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

EACH I. One, -irix echad.
Num. 7. ii They shall offer their offering, each prince
7. 85 Each charger of silver, .each bowl seventy
29. 14 two tenth deals to each ram of the two
29. 15 a several tenth deal to each lamb of the
Josh 22. 14 with him ten princes, of each chief house
2 Ki.is. 20 of each man fifty shekels of silver, to give
2 Ch. .4. 13 two rows-of pomegranates on each wreath
2.A man, each one, B N ish.
Gen. 15. 10 and laid each piece one against another
Num. i. 44 each one was for the house of his fathers
16. 17 thou also, and Aaron, each, .his censer
1 Ki.22. 10 sat each on his throne, having put on
2 Ki. 9. 21 each in his chariot, and^hey
went out
3. .4 woman, each one, rr^N ishshah.
Ruth i. 8 Go, return each to her mother s house
i. 9 LORD grant you that ye may find rest, each
4. One by one, apiece, c KO(? tavr6 hen kath heauto.
Rev. 4. 8 [the four beasts had each of them six]
5.Each, each one, tva. fKavrov hena hekaston.
Acts 2. 3 cloven tongues . sat upon each of them
EACH, a like of
Part by part, nj? 13 bad be-bad.
Exod3o. 34 sweet spices . . of each shall there be a like
EACH man
1 . One, each one, "inx echad.
i Ki. 4. 7 each man his month in a year made pro.
2.A man, each one, i? X ish.
Gen. 34. 25 Dinah s brethren,took each man his sword
40. 5 each man his dream . . each man according
41. ii we dreamed each man according to the
41. 12 to each man according to his dream he
45. 22 he gave each man changes of raiment
Judg2i. 22 we reserved not to each man his wife in
EACH one
I. One, each one, inx echad.
Num. 7. 3 for two of the princes, and for each one
Isa. 6. 2 Above it stood the seraphims : each one
2. Each, each one, ficao-ros hekastos.
Lukei3. 15 doth not each one of you on the sabbath
EAGLE
\.An eagle, ~v?} nesher.
Exodig. 4 I bare you on eagles wings, and brought
EAR
Lev. ii. 13 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the osp.
Deut 14. 12 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the osp.
28. 49 from the end of the earth . . as the eagle
32. ii Asan eagle stirreth up her nest, fluttereth
2 Sa. i. 23 swifter than eagles, they were stronger
Job 9. 26 as the eagle (that) hasteth to the prey
39. 27 Doth the eagle mount up atthycomman 1
Psa. 103. 5 thy youth is renewed like the eagle s
Prov 23. 5 they fly away as an eagle toward heaven
30. 17 shall pick it out, and the young eagles
30. 19 The way of an eagle in the air ; the way
Isa. 40. 31 they shall mount up with wings as eagles
Jer. 4. 13 Behold, .his horses are swifter than eagles
48. 40 he shall fly as an eagle, and shall spread
49. 16 shouldest make thy nest as high as the e.
49. 22 he shall come up and fly as the eagle
Lam. 4. 19 Our persecutors are swifter than the eag.
Eze. i. 10 they four also had the face of an eagle
10. 14 and the fourth the face of an eagle
17. 3 A great eagle with great wings, long
17. 7 There was also another great eagle with
Hos. 8. i as an eagle against the house of the LORD
Obad. 4 Though thou exalt (thyself) as the eagle
Mic. i. 16 enlarge thy baldness as the eagle ; for
Hab. i. 8 they shall fly as the eagle (that) hasteth
2. An eagle, "&} neshar.
Dan. 4. 33 till his hairs were grown like eagle s
7. 4 The first (was) like a lion, and had eagle s
3. An eagle, aer6s aetos.
Matt 24. 28 there will the eagles be gathered together
Lukei7_ 37 thither will the eagles be gathered toget.
Rev. 4. 7 the fourth beast (was) like a flying eagle
12. 14 woman were given two wings of a great e.
Lev.
EAR
1 . Ear, JJ
Gen. 20.
35.
44.
50.
Exod 10.
ii.
17.
21.
29.
29.
32.
32.
8.
8.
14. Num ii.
14.
Deut. 5.
15.
29.
31.
31.
32.
Josh. 20.
Judg. 7.
9.
9.
17.
i Sa. .
Job
15.
18.
2 Sa 3.
3.
7.
22.
2 Ki. 18.
19.
19.
21.
23.
1 Ch.i7.
2 Ch. 6.
7.
34.
Neh. i.
i.
8.
4.
12.
13.
13.
15.
28.
29.
33.
34.
36.
36.
42.
Psa. 10.
17.
18.
31.
34.
40.
44.
45.
49.
58.
71.
78.
86.
ozen.
8 and told all these things in their ears
4 the. .ear rings which (were) in their ears
18 let. .speak a word in my lord s ears
4 speak, I pray you, in the ears of Pharaoh
2 thou mayest tell in the ears of thy son
2 Speak now in the ears of the people
14 and rehearse (it) in the ears of Joshua
6 his master shall bore his ear through with
. 20 put (it) upon the tip of the right uar of
20 upon the tip of the right ear of his sons
2 golden earrings, which (are) in the ears
3 golden ear rings, which (were) in.their ears
23 put (it) upon the tip of Aaron s right ear
24 put of the blood upon, .their right ear
14, 17, 25, 28 upon the tip of the right ear
18 for ye have wept in the ears of the LURD
28 as ye have spoken in mine ears, so will I
1 judgments which I speak in your ears
17 and thrust (it) through his ear unto the
4 the LORD hath not given you . .ears to
28 I may speak these words in their ears
30 spake in the ears of all the congregation
44 Moses, .spake all the words, .in the ears
4 declare his cause in the ears of the elders
3 go to, proclaim in the ears of the people
2 Speak, I pray you, in the ears of all the
3 brethren spake of him in the ears of all
2 which thou. . spakest of also in mine ears
11 both the ears of every one that heareth
21 he rehearsed them in the ears of the LORD
15 the LORD had told Samuel in his ear a day
4 told the tidings in the ears of the people
14 What (meaneth) then this, .in mine ears
23 servants spake those words in the ears of
19 Abner also spake in the ears of Benjamin
19 Abner went also to speak in the ears of D.
22 to all that we have heard with our ears
7 hear .. and my cry (did enter) into his ears
26 in the ears of the people that (are) on the
16 LORD, bow down thine ear, and hear
28 and thy tumult is come up into mine ears
12 whosoever heareth of it, both his ears
2 he read in their ears all the words of the
20 to all that we have heard with our ears
40 (let) thine ears (be) attent unto the prayer
15 and mine ears attent unto the prayer
30 he read in their ears all the words of the
6 Let thine ear now be attentive, and thine
11 let now thine ear be attentive to the
3 ears of all;the people (were atte utive) unto
12 and mine ear received a little thereof
ii Doth not the ear try words? and the
1 mine ear hath heard and understood it
17 Hear, .my declaration with your ears
21 A dreadful sound (is) in his ears : in pros.
22 have heard the fame thereof with our ears
ii When the ear heard (me), then it blessed
16 he openeth the ears of men, and sealeth
3 the ear trieth words, as the mouth tasteth
10 He openeth also their ear to discipline
15 and openeth their ears in oppression
5 heard of thee by the hearing of the ear
17 thou wilt cause thine ear to hear
6 incline thine ear unto me, (and hear) my
6 cry came before him, (even) into his ears
2 Bow down thine ear to me ; deliver me
15 and his ears (are open) unto their cry
6 mine ears hast thou opened : burnt offer.
1 We have heard with our ears, God, our
10 consider, incline thine ear; forget also
4 I will incline mine ear to a parable : I will
4 like the deaf adder (that) stoppeth her ear
2 incline thine ear unto me, and save me
i incline your ears to the words of my
i Bow down thine ear, O LORD, hear me
EAR 280 EARTH
Psa. 88. 2 incline thine ear unto ray cry
92. u mine ears shall hear (my desire) of the
94. 9 He that planted the ear, shall he not h. ?
102. 2 I am in trouble ; incline thine ear unto
115. 6 They have ears, but they hear not ; noses
1 16. 2 Because he hath inclined his ear unto
130. 2 let thine ears be attentive to the voice of
135. 17 They have ears, but they hear not ; neit.
Prov. 2. -i So that thou incline thine ear unto wis.
4. 20 My sou. .incline thine ear untomy sayings
5 i bow thine ear to my understanding
5. 13 nor inclined mine ear to them that inst.
15. 31 The ear that heareth the reproof of life
1 8. 15 and the ear of the wise seeketh knowledge
20. 12 The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the
21. 13 Whoso stoppeth his ears at the cry of the
22. 17 Bow down thine ear, and hear the words
23. 9 Speak not in the ears of a fool ; for he
23. 12 Apply, .thine ears to the words of know.
25. 12 a wise reprover upon an obedient ear
26. 17 (is like) one that taketh a dog by the ears
28. 9 turneth away his ear from hearing the
Eccl. i. 8 the eye is not satisfied, .nor the ear filled
Isa. 5. 9 In mine ears (said) the LORD of hosts, Of
6. jo make their ears heavy.andshut theireyes
6. 10 hear with their ears, and understand with
u. 3 reprove after the hearing of his ears
22. 14 it was revealed in mine ears by the LORD
30. 21 thine ears shall hear a word behind thee
32. 3 the ears of them that hear shall hearken
33. 15 he that, .stoppeth his ears from hearing
35. 5 the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped
36. 1 1 in the ears of the people that (are) on the
37. 17 Incline thine ear, O LORD, and hear
37. 29 thy tumult, is come up into mine ears
42. 20 opening the ears, but he heareth not
43. 8 Bring forth . . the deaf that have ears
48. 8 that time (that) thine ear was not opened
49. 20 children, .shall say again in thine ears
50. 4 he wakeneth mine ear to hear as the
50. 5 The Lord GOD hath opened mine ear, and
55. 3 Incline yourear, and come unto me : hear
59. i neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear
Jer. "2. 2 Go and cry in the ears of Jerusalem
5. 21 O foolish people, .which have ears, and
6. 10 their ear (is) uncircumcised, and they
7. 24 hearkened not, nor inclined their ear
7. 26 hearkened not. .nor inclined their ear
9. 20 let your ear receive the word of his
n. 8 they obeyed not, nor inclined their ear
17. 2.1 obeyed not, neither inclined their ear
19. 3 the which whosoever heareth, his ears
25. 4 have not hearkened, nor inclined your e.
26. 1 1 as ye have heard with your ears
26. 15 to speak all these words in your ears
28. 7 in thine ears, and in the ears of all the
29. 29 the priest read this letter in the ears of
34. 14 hearkened not., neither inclined their ear
35. 15 ye have not inclined your ear, nor heark.
36. 6 read . .i the ears of the people, in the L.
36. 6 thou shalt read them in the ears of all
36. 10 at the entry, .in the ears of all the people
36. 13 Baruch read the book in the ears of the
36. 14 wherein thou hast read in the ears of the
36. 15 Sit down now, and read it in our ears
36. 15 So Baruch read (it) in their ears
36. 20 told all the words in the ears of the king
36. 21 in the ears of the king, and in the ears of
44. 5 hearkened not, nor inclined their ear
Lam. 3. 56 hide not thine ear at my breathing, at my
Eze. 3. 10 all my words . .hear with thine ears
8. 18 they cry in mine ears with a loud voice
9. i He cried also in mine ears with a loud
12. 2 they have ears to hear, and hear not
16. 12 And I put. .ear rings in thine ears
23. 25 shall take away thy nose and thine ears
24. 26 to cause (thee) to hear (it) with (thine)e?
40. 4 with thine eyes, and hear with thine ears
44 5 with thine eyes, and hear with thine ears
Dan. 9 18 O my God, incline thine ear, and hear
Amos 3 1 2 As the shepherd taketh . . a piece of an ear
Mic. 7 16 (their) hand upon (their) mouth,their ears
Zech. 7. ii they., stopped theirears, that they should
. Hearing, OKO^J akoe.
Mark 7 35 And straightway his ears were opened
Acts 17. 20 thou bringest. .strange things to our ears
2 Ti. 4 3 heap to themselves . .having itching ears
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4. 4 they shall turn away (their) ears from the
8. The ear, ov j ous.
!att 10. 27 what ye hear in the ear. (that) preach ye
11. 15 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
13. 9 Who hath ears to hear, let him hear
13 15 and (their) ears are dull of hearing
13. 15 lest . .they should . .hear with (their) ears
13. 16 But blessed (are) your., ears, for they hear
3- 43 Wno hath ears to hear, let him hear
Mark 4. 9 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
4. 23 If any man have ears to hear, let him
7. 1 6 If any man have ears, .let him hear
7- 33 put his fingers into his ears, and he spit
8. 1 8 having ears, hear ye not? and do ye not
Luke i. 44 of thy salutation sounded in mine ears
4. 21 day is this scripture fulfilled in your ears
8. 8 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
9. 44 Let these sayings sink down into your e.
12. 3 that which ye have spoken in the ear
14. 35 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
22. 50 And one of them . . cut off his right ear
Acts 7. 51 Ye. .uncircumcised in heart and ears
7. 57 they cried out. .and stopped their ear
Acts ii. 22 tidings of these things came unto the ears
28. 27 their ears are dull, .hear with, .ears
Rom ii. 8 God hath given them, .ears that they
i Co. a. 9 written, Eye hatlunot seen, nor ear heard
12. 16 if the ear shall say, Because I am not the
Jas. 5. 4 cries of them .. are entered into the ears
i Pe. 3. 12 his ears (are open) unto their prayers
Rev. 2. 7, ii, 17, 29 He that hath an ear, let him
3. 6, 13, 22 He that hath an ear, let him hear
13. 9 If any man have an ear, let him hear
4. The ear, its external lobe, uriov, otion.
Mattzt . 51 drew, .and struck, .and smote off his ear
Marki4. 47 And one of them, .cut off his [ear]
Luke22 51 And he touched his ear, and healed him
John 1 8. 10 Then Simon Peter, .cut off his right [ear]
18. 26 being (his) kinsman., whose ear Peter cut
5. Budding, sprout, ear, 3 3ht abib.
Exod. 9. 31 the barley (was) in the ear, and the flax
6. An ear of grain or corn, trrdyvs stachus.
Mark 4. 28 the ear, after that the full corn in the e.
EAR of corn -
An ear of grain or corn, ffrdxvs stachus.
Matti2. i disciples, .began to pluck the ears of c.
Mark 2. 23 disciples began, .to pluck the ears of c.
Luke 6. i his disciples plucked die ears of corn
EAR, to
1. To plough, cnn charash.
1 Sa. 8. 12 he will . .(set them) to ear his ground
2. To serve, t;y abad.
Isa. 30. 24 the young asses that ear the ground
EAR, to give
l.To give ear, ]ix azan, 5.
Exod 15. 26 and wilt give ear to his commandments
Deut. i. 45 hearken to your voice, nor give ear unto
32. i Give ear, O ye heavens, and I will speak
Judg. 5. 3 give ear, O ye princes; I, (even) I, will
2 Ch.24. 19 testified, .they would not give ear
>"eh. 9. 30 many years, .yet would they not give ear
Job 32. ii I gave ear to your reasons, whilst ye.
34. 2 give ear unto me, ye that have knowledge
Psa. 5. i Give ear to my words, O LORD ; consider
17. i give ear unto my prayer,(that gpeth) not
39. 12 Hear my prayer, O LORD, and give ear
49. i give ear, all (ye) inhabitants of the world
54. 2 O God ; give ear to the words of my mouth
55. \ Give ear to my prayer, O God ; and hide
77. i I cried unto God . . and he gave ear uitto
78. i Give ear, O my people, (to) my law : incl
8c. i Give ear, Shepherd of Israel, thou that
84. 8 hear my prayer : give ear, O God of Jacob
86. 6 Give ear, O LORD, unto my prayer ; and
141. i give ear unto my voice, when I cry unto
143. i O LORD, give ear to my supplications
Prov 17. 4 (and) a liar giveth ear to a naughty tongue
Isa. i. 2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth
i. 10 give ear unto the law of our God, ye pe.
8. 9 and give ear, all ye of far countries
28. 23 Give ye ear, and hear my voice ; hearken
32. 9 careless daughters ; give ear unto my sp.
42. 23 Who among you will give ear to this?
51. 4 give ear unto me, O my nation : for a law
Jer. 13. 15 Hear ye, and give ear; be not proud : for
Hos. 5. i and give ye ear, house of the king
Joel i. 2 give ear, all ye inhabitants of the land
2. To hear, hearken, yyy shama.
Job 29. 21 Unto me (men) gave ear, and waited, and
EAR, to perceive by the
To give ear, JJK azan, 5.
Isa. 64. 4 have not heard, nor perceived by the ear
EARED, to be
To be served, t^y abad, 2.
Deut2i. 4 a rough valley, which is neither eared
EARIN6 (time)
Ploughing, cutting, v"~in charish.
Gen. 45. 6 (there shall) neither (be) earing nor harv.
Exod 34. 21 in earing time and in harvest thou shalt
EARLY
I. Morning, ij3& boqer.
Psa. 46. 5 G*od shall help her, (and that) right early
90. 14 satisfy us early with thy mercy ; that we
101. 8 will early destroy all the wicked of the
2.Daum, ~np shachar.
Psa. 57. 8 Awake up . . I (myself) will awake early
108. 2 Awake, psaltery . . I (myself) will awake e.
3. To rise or go early, 05^ shakam, 5.
Psa. 127. 2 (It is) vain for you to rise up early
Hos. 6. 4 and as the early dew it goeth away
13. 3 and as the early dew that passeth away
4. At early daum, opBptos orthrios.
Luke 24. 22 women, .which were [early] at the sepul.
5. Early, before, irput prdi.
Marki6. 9 rwhen(Jesus)wasrisenearlytheflr8t(d.)l
John 20. i first day of the week cometh Mary. .ear.
6. Early (rain], Trpwipos proimos, irpoi>oj.
Jas. 5. 7 he receive the early and latter rain
7. Earl\j, irptaia proia.
John 1 8. 28 it was early ; and they themselves went
[See also Arise, depart, inquire, morning, rise, rise up,
rising, rising up, seek.]
EARLY, to be up
To rise or go early, Dyp sJiaJeam, 5.
1 a. 29. 10 as soon as ye be up early in the morning
EARLY, to get (oneelf)
To rise or go early, 03? shnktrin, 5.
J udg 19. 9 to morrow get you early on your way, that
EARLY, to get up
To rise or go early, cyy shalMM, 5.
Gen. 19. 27 Abraham gat up early in the morning to
Song 7. j 2 Let us get up early to the vineyards
EARLY in the morning, very
Early, K^K? sfapharpara.
Dan. 6. 19 the king arose very early in the morning
EARN wages, to
To hire self out, ity sakar, 7.
Hag. i. 6 he that earneth wages, earneth wages (to)
EARNEST
Surety, pledge, earnest, afipafiiav arrhab m. [Heb. ]
2 Co. i. 22 the earnest of the spirit in our hearts
5. 5 given unto us the earnest of the spirit
Eph. i. 14 Which is the earnest of our inheritance
EARNESTLY
With prayer, irpofftvxfi proseuche.
Jas. 5. 17 prayed earnestly that it might not rain
EARNESTLY, to behold
To look stedfastly, arevifa atenizo.
Acts 23. i And Paul,earnestly beholding the coun.
EARNESTLY on or upon, to look
To look stedfastly, artyifa atenizo.
Luke 22. 56 and earnestly looked upon him, and said
Acts 3. 12 why look ye so earnestly on us, as though
EARNESTLY, more
Jfore fervently, stretched out, tKTfvtffTtpov ektene.
Luke22. 44 being in an agony, he prayed more earn.
EAR RING
1. Charm, whisper, amulet, trnS lachash.
Isa. 3. 20 head bands, and the tablets, and the ear r.
2. Ring for ear or nose, DJJ nezem.
Gen. 24. 22 the man took a golden ear ring of half
24 30 when he saw the ear ring, and bracelets
24. 47 and I put the ear ring upon her face
35. 4 And they gave unto Jacob all the. .ear r.
Exod32. 2 Break off the golden ear rings which
32. 3 all the people brake off the golden ear r.
35. 22 many as were willing . . brought . . ear rin^s
Judg. 8. 24 ye would give me every man the ear rings
8. 24 they had golden ear rings, because they
8. 25 did cast therein every man the ear rings
8. 26 the weight of the golden ear rings that
Job 42. 1 1 every man also gave him . . an ear ring of
Prov 25. 12 an ear ring of gold, and an ornament of
Hos. 2. 13 she decked herself with her ear rings and
3. A ring, S jy agil.
Nuni3i. 50 what every man hath gotten, of . . ear rings
Eze. 16. 12 And I put. .ear rings in thine ears, and
EARS
I.Ear of corn, sprout, nT^S melilah.
Deut 23. 25 thou mayest pluck the ears with thine
2. Ear of corn, branch, sprout, rbsy sh ibboleth.
Gen. 41. 5 seven ears of corn came up upon one
41. 6 seven thin ears, .sprung up after them
41. 7 seven thin ears devoured the. .full ears
41. 22 seven ears came up in one stalk, full and
41. 23 seven ears . . sprung up after them
41. 24 thin ears devoured the seven good ears
41. 26 and the seven good ears (are) seven years
41. 27 the seven empty ears, blasted with the
Ruth 2. 2 Let me now go . . and glean ears of corn
Job 24. 24 cut off as the tops of the ears of corn
Isa. 17. 5 the harvest man. .reapeth the ears with
17. 5 as he that gathereth ears in the valley of
EARS (of corn), full or green
1. Grain, (for garden land), 72~>3 karmel.
Lev. 2. 14 green ears of corn dried by the fire
2. 14 (even) corn beaten out of full ears
2 Ki. 4. 42 full ears of corn in the husk thereof
2.Budding, spnmt, ear, T3K abib.
Lev. 23. 14 ye shall eat neither bread .. nor green ears
EARS, to come to one s
To hear about, iutovta iiri akouo epi.
Matt 28. 14 And if this come [to] the governor s ears
EARTH
1. Ground, soil, land, nsix adamah.
Gen. i. 25 every thing that creepeth upon the earth
4. ii now (art) thou cursed from the earth
4. 14 driven me out . . from the face of the earth
6. i began to multiply on the face of the earth
6. 7 destroy man . . from the face of the earth
6. 20 of every creeping thing of the earth after
7. 4 I destroy from off the face of the earth
7. 8 of every thing that creepeth upon the ea.
9. 2 upon all that moveth (upon) the eurth
12. 3 in thee shall all families of the earth b*
28. 14 shall all the families of the earth
EARTH 281 EARTH
Kxodio. 6 the day that they were upon the earth
20. 24 An altar of earth thou shalt make unto
32. ia consume them from the face of the earth?
33. 16 from all the people . .upon . .the earth
Nuniia. 3 all the men which (wore) upon . . the earth
16. 30 But if. .the earth open her mouth, and
Deut. 4. 10 the days, .they shall live upon the earth
4. 40 mayest prolong (thy) days upon the earth
6. 15 destroy thee from off the face of the earth
7. 6 all people that (are) upon, .the earth
12. i all the days that ye live upon the earth
12. 19 as long as thou livest upon the earth
14. 2 all the nations that (are) upon the earth
26. 2 of the first of all the fruit of the earth
1 Sa. 4. 12 ran a man. .with earth upon his head
20. 15 every one from the face of the earth
2 Sa. i. 2 clothes rent, and earth upon his head
14. 7 name nor remainder upon the earth
15. 32 his coat rent, and earth upon his head
i Ki. 13. 34 destroy (it) from off the face of the earth
17. 14 the LORD sendeth rain upon the earth
18. i Go. .1 will send rain upon the earth
2 Ki. 5. 17 thy servant two mules burden of earth?
Nell. 9. i with sackclothes, and earth upon them
Psa. 83. 10 they became (as) dung for the earth
104. 30 thou renewest the face of the earth
146. 4 His breath, .he returneth to his earth
Isa. 23. 17 all the kingdoms .. upon . .the earth
24. 21 the kings of the earth upon the earth
30. 23 give . . bread of the increase of the earth
45. 9 potsherd . . with the potsherds of the earth
Jer. 16. 4 they shall be as dung upon.. the earth
25. 26 and all the kingdoms, .upon, .the earth
Eze. 38. 20 creeping things that creep upon the earth
38. 20 all the men that (are) upon . . the earth
Dan. 12. 2 them that sleep in the dust of the earth
Amos 3. 2 You only have I known of all. .the eartli
3. 5 shall (one) take up a snare from the earth
9. 8 I will destroy it from off. .the earth
2. Earth, land, JTIK ara.
Ezra 5. 1 1 servants of the God of heaven and earth
Jer. 10. ii they shall perish from the earth, and
Dan. 2. 35 became a. .mountain, and filled the. .ea.
2. 39 which shall bear rule over all the earth
4. i all people . . that dwell in all the earth
4. 10 behold a tree in the midst of the earth
4.11 sight thereof to the end of all the earth
4. 15 leave the stump of his roots in the earth
4. 15 with the beasts in the grass of the earth
4. 20 and the sight thereof to all the earth
4. 22 and thy dominion to the end of the earth
4. 23 leave the stump of the roots, .in the ear.
4. 35 inhabitants of the earth (are) reputed as
4. 35 and (among) the inhabitants of the earth
6. 25 all people, .that dwell in all the earth
6. 27 signs and wonders in heaven and in earth
7. 4 it was lifted up from the earth, and made
7. 17 kings, (which) shall arise out of the earth
7. 23 shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth
7. 23 shall devour the whole earth, and shall
S.JSarth, land, px erets.
Gen. i. i God created the heaven and the earth
i. 2 And the earth was without form and
i. 10 And God called the dry (land) Earth
i. ii God said, Let the earth bring forth
i. ii whose seed (is) in itself, upon the earth
1. 12 the earth brought forth grass, (and) herb
1. 15 for lights, .to give light upon the earth
1. 17 set them, .to give light upon the earth
i. 20 fowl (that) may fly above the earth in the
i. 22 and let fowl multiply in the earth
i. 24 Let the earth bring forth the living crea.
i. 24 and beast of the earth after his kind
i. 25 God made the beast of the earth after
i. 26 over the cattle, and over all the earth
i. 26 creeping thing that creepeth upon . . earth
i. 28 and multiply, and replenish the earth
i. 28 living thing that moveth upon the earth
i. 29 which (is) upon the face of all the earth
i. 30 to every beast of the earth, and to every
1. 30 every thing that creepeth upon the earth
2. i the heavens and the earth were finished
2. 4 generations of the heavens and of the earth
2. 4 LORD God made the earth and the heavens
2. 5 every plant, .before it was in the earth
2. 5 had not caused it to rain upon the earth
2. 6 there went up a mist from the earth, and
4. 12 and a vagabond shalt thou be in the earth
4. 14 a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth
6. 4 There were giants in the earth in those
6. 5 wickedness of man (was) great in the ea.
6. 6 that he had made man on the earth
6. ii The earth also was corrupt before God
6. ii and the earth was filled with violence
6. 12 God looked upon the earth, and, behold
6. 12 all flesh .. corrupted his way upon the ea.
6. 13 the parth is filled with violence through
6. 1 3 behold, I will destroy them with the ea.
6. 17 do bring a flood of waters upon the earth
6. 17 every thing that (is) in the earth shall die
7. 3 seed alive upon the face of all the earth
7. 4 I will cause it to rain upon the earth
7. 6 the flood of waters was upon the earth
7. 10 waters of the flood were upon the earth
7. 12 the rain was upon the earth forty days
7. 14, 21 thing that creepeth upon the earth
7. 17 the flood was forty days upon the earth
7. 17 and it was lift up above the earth
7. 1 8 and were increased greatly upon the ea.
i. IQ waters prevailed, .upon the earth
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21 all flesh died that moved upon the earth
23 and they were destroyed from the earth
24 the waters prevailed upon the earth an
i God made a wind to pass over the earth
3 returned from oft the earth continually
7 waters were dried up from off the earth
9 waters (were) on the face of the whole e.
1 1 the waters were abated from off the earth
13 waters were dried up from off the earth
14 in the second month, .was the earth dri.
17 creeping thing that cioepeth upon the e.
17 they may breed abundantly in the earth
17 be fruitful, and multiply upon the earth
19 whatsoever creepeth upon the earth, after
22 While the earth remaineth, seedtime
1 and multiply, and replenish the earth
2 shall be upon every beast of the earth
7 bring forth abundantly in the earth, and
10 and of every beast of the earth with you;
10 all that go. .to every beast of the earth
1 1 any more be a flood to destroy the earth
13 of a covenant between me and the earth
14 when I bring a cloud over the earth
16 of all flesh that (is) upon the earth
17 and all flesh that (is) upon the earth
19 of them was the whole earth overspread
8 he began to be a mighty one in the earth
25 for in his days was the earth divided
32 were the nations divided in the earth
1 the whole earth was of one language, and
4 abroad upon the face of the whole earth
8 thence upon the face of all the earth
9 confound the language of all the earth
9 abroad upon the face of all the earth
1 6 make thy seed as the dust of the earth
16 a man can number the dust of the earth
19 high God, possessor of heaven and earth
22 God, the possessor of heaven and earth
18 all the nations of the earth shall be bless.
25 Shall not the Judge of all the earth do
23 The sun was risen upon the earth when
31 and (there is) not a man in the earth
31 to come . . after the manner of all the earth
18 shall all the nations of the earth be bles.
3 swear by. .the God of the earth, that
52 worshipped the LORD. . to the earth
4 shall all the nations of the earth be bles.
28 give thee of. .the fatness of the earth, and
39 dwelling shall be the fatness of the earth
12 and behold a ladder set up on the earth
14 thy seed shall be as the dust of the earth
10 to bow down ourselves to thee to the ea.?
56 famine was over all the face of the earth
6 Joseph s brethren, .bowed down, .to thee.
26 and bowed themselves to him to the ear.
7 to preserve you a posterity in the eartli
12 he bowed himself with his face to the ea.
16 into a multitude in the midst of the ear.
14 (there is) none like me in all the earth
15 thou shalt be cut off from the earth
16 may be declared throughout all the earth
29 mayest know how that the earth (is) the
33 the rain was not poured upon the earth
5 they shall cover the face of the earth
5 one cannot be able to see the earth
15 they covered the face of the whole earth
12 Thou stretchedst out. .earth swallowed
5 above all people : for all the earth (is)
4 above, or that (is) in the earth beneath
4 or that (is) in the water under the earth
1 1 six days the LORD made heaven and earth
8 and bowed his head toward the earth
10 as have not been done in all the earth
2 among all the beasts that (are) on the e.
21 legs, .to leap withal upon the earth
29, 42 creeping things that creep upon the e.
41, 44 thing that creepeth upon the earth
46 creature that creepeth upon the earth
19 and I will make your, .earth as brass
21 all the earth shall be filled with the glory
32 the earth opened her mouth, and swall.
33 the earth closed upon them; and they
34 for they said, Lest the earth swallow us
5 behold, they cover the face of the earth
11 which covereth the face of. the earth
10 the earth opened her mouth, and swall.
24 what God (is there) in heaven or in earth
17 of any beast that (is) OB the earth
18 that (is) in the waters beneath the earth
26 I call heaven and earth to witness against
_ 32 that God created man upon the earth
.. 36 upon earth he shewed thee his great fire
39 he (is) God . . upon the earth beneath
8 above, or that (is) in the earth beneath
8 or that (is) in the waters beneath the earth
14 the earth (also), with all that therein (is)
6 how the earth opened her mouth, and
n. 21 as the days of heaven upon the earth
12. 1 6, 24 shall pour it upon the earth as water
13. 7 end of the earth . .(other) end of the earth
28. i on high above all nations of the earth
28. 10 all people of the earth shall see that
28. 23 the earth that (is) under thee (shall be)
28. 25 removed, .into all the kingdoms of the e.
28. 26 shall be meat, .unto the beasts of the ea.
28. 49 bring a nation, .from the end of the earth
28. 64 from the one end of the earth even unto
30. 19 I call heaven and earth to record this day
31. 28 I may. .call heaven and earth to record
32. i hear, earth, the words of my mouth
32. 13 ride on the high places of the earth
32. 22 shall consume the earth with her increase
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Deut 33. 16 for the precious things of the earth and
33. 17 push the people, .to the ends of the earth
Josh. 2. 1 1 he (is) God in heaven above, and in earth
3. ii, 13 the ark. .of the LORD of all the earth
4. 24 That all the people of the earth might
7. 6 Joshua, .fell to the earth upon his face
7. 9 and cut off our name from the earth
7. 21 they (are) hid in the earth in the midst of
23. 14 I (am) going the way of all the earth
Judg. 5. 4 the earth trembled, and the heavens dr.
6. 4 and destroyed the increase of the earth
6. 37 and (it be) dry upon all the earth (beside)
i Sa. 2. 10 the LORD shall judge the ends of the ear.
4. 5 great shout, so that the earth rang again
5. 3 Dagon . . fallen upon his face to the earth
14. 15 the earth quaked : so it was a very great
17. 46 will give, .to the wild beasts of the earth
17. 46 that all the earth may know that there
17. 49 and he fell upon his face to the earth
24. 8 David stooped with his face to the earth
25. 41 bowed herself on (her) face to the earth
26. 8 with the spear even to the earth at once
26. 20 let not my blood fall to the earth before
28. 13 I saw gods ascending out of the earth
28. 20 Saul fell straightway all along on the ea.
28. 23 So he arose from the earth, and sat upon
16 spread abroad upon all the earth, eatiug
2 he fell to the earth, and did obeisance
1 1 shall I not . .take you away from the earth
9 of the great (men) that (are) in the earth
23 what one nation in the earth (is) like thy
1 6 went in, and lay all night upon the earth
17 to raise him up from the earth : but he
20 Then David arose from the earth, and
31 the king arose, .and lay on the earth
ii there shall not one hair, .fall to the earth
20 to know all (things) that (are) in the earth
9 taken up between the heaven and the e.
28 he fell down to the earth upon his face
8 Then the earth shook and trembled ; the
43 beat, .as small as the dust of the earth
4 the tender grass (springing) out of the ear.
31 bowed with (her) face to the earth
40 the earth rent with the sound of them
52 shall not an hair of him fall to the faith
2 I go the way of all the earth : be thou
34 there came, .from all kings of the earth
23 in heaven above, or on earth beneath
27 But will God indeed dwell on the earth?
43 that all people of the earth may know
53 from among all the people of the earth
60 all the people of the eartli may know that
24 all the earth sought to Solomon, to hear
42 he cast himself down upon the earth and
15 no God in all the earth, but in Israel
jo there shall fall unto the earth nothing of
15 God. .of all the kingdoms of the earth
15 thou hast made heaven and earth
19 all the kingdoms of the earth may know
10 he began to be mighty upon the earth
19 because in his days the earth was divided
14 his judgments (are) in all the earth
23 Sing unto the LORD, all the earth ; shew
30 Fear before him, all the earth : the world
31 heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice
33 because he cometh to judge the earth
8 of the great men that (are) in the earth
21 one nation in the earth (is) like thy people
1 6 stand between the earth and the heaven
8 hast shed much blood upon the earth
11 for all (that is) in. .the earth (is thine)
15 our days on the earth (are) as a shadow
9 like the dust of the earth in multitude
12 that made heaven and earth, who hath
14 (there is) no god like thee. .in the earth
18 But will God. .dwell with men on the ear.
33 all people of the earth may know thy
22 passed all the kings of the earth in riches
23 kings of the earth sought the presence of
9 run to and fro throughout the whole ear.
24 they (were) dead bodies fallen to the earth
19 against the gods of the people of the earth
23 All the kingdoms of the earth hath the
2 given me all the kingdoms of the earth
6 thou hast made heaven, .the earth, and
7 From going to and fro in the earth, and
8 that (there is) none like him in the earth
2 From going to and fro in the earth, and
3 (there is) none like him in the earth, a
14 With kings and counsellors of the earth
10 Who giveth rain upon the earth, and
22 thou be afraid of the beasts of the earth
25 thine offspring as the grass of the earth
i not an appointed time to man upon earth ?
9 because our days upon earth (are) a sha.
6 Which shaketh the earth out of her place
24 earth is given into the hand of the wicked
9 measure thereof (is) longer than the earth
8 Or speak to the earth, and it shall teach
15 them out, and they overturn the earth
24 of the chief of the people of the earth
8 the root wax old in the earth, and the
19 which grow (out) of the dust of the earth
19 Unto whom alone the earth was given
29 prolong the perfection, .upon the earth
18 earth, cover not thou my blood, and let
4 shall the earth be forsaken for thee? and
17 remembrance shall perish from !".c earth
4 since man was placed upon earth
27 and the earth shall rise up against him
8 (as for) the mighty man, he had the eartls
4 the poor of the earth hide themselves
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Job 24. 18 their portion is cursed in the earth : he
26. 7 He stretcheth out . . and hangeth the earth
28. 5 (As for) the earth, out of it cometh bread
28. 24 For he looketh to the ends of the earth
30. 8 base men : they were viler than the ear
34. 13 hath given him a charge over the earth?
35. ii more than the beasts of the earth, and
37. 3 He directeth. . unto the ends of the earth
37. 6 he saith to the snow, Be thou (on) the ear.
37. 12 upon the face of the world in the earth
37. 17 when he quieteth the earth by the south
38. 4 when I laid the foundations of the earth?
38. 13 might take hold of the ends of the earth
38. 18 thou perceived the breadth of the earth ?
38. 24 scattereth the east wind upon the oartli ?
38. 26 To cause it to rain on the earth, (where)
38. 33 set the dominion thereof in the earth ?
39. 14 Which leaveth her eggs in the earth, and
Psu. . 2 The kings of the earth set themselves, and
2. 8 the uttermost parts of the earth (for) thy
2. 10 be instructed, ye judges of the earth
7. 5 tread down my life upon the earth, and
8. i, 9 how excellent (is) thy name in all the c.
10. 18 man of the earth may no more oppress
12. 6 silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified
16. 3 to the saints that (are) in the earth, and
17. ii set their eyes bowing down to the earth
18. 7 Then the earth shook and trembled
19. 4 Their line is gone, .through all the earth
21. 10 Their fruit shalt thou destroy from. .ea.
22. 29 All. . fat upon earth shall eat and worship
24. i The earth (is) the LORD S, and the fulness
25. 13 and his seed shall inherit the earth
33. 5 the earth is full of the goodness of the L.
33. 8 Let all the earth fear the LORD : let
33. 14 looketh upon all the inhabitants of the ear
34. 16 the remembrance of them from the earth
37. 9 those that wait . . shall inherit the earth
37. 1 1 But the meek shall inherit the earth
37. 22 blessed of him shall inherit the earth
41. 2 he shall be blessed upon the earth
44. 25 For. . our belly cleaveth unto the earth
45. 16 thou mayestmake princes in all the earth
46. 2 will not we fear, though the earth be
46. 6 he uttered his voice, the earth melted
46. 8 desolations he hath made in the earth
46. 9 wars to cease unto the end of the earth
46. 10 Be still . . I will be exalted in the earth
47. 2 (he is) a great King over all the earth
47. 7 For God (is) the King of all the earth
47. 9 for the shields of the earth (belong) unto
48. 2 the joy of the whole earth, (is) mount Zion
48. 10 thy praise unto the ends of the earth
50. i God. .hath spoken, and called the earth
50. 4 He shall call to. .the earth, that he may
57. 5, ii (let) thy glory (be) above all the earth
58. 2 weigh . . violence of . . hands in the earth
58. 1 1 he is a God that judgeth in the earth
59. 13 God ruleth. .unto the ends of the earth
60. 2 Thou hast made the earth to tremble
61. 2 From the end of the earth will I cry unto
63. 9 shall go into the lower parts of the earth
65. 5 the confidence of all the ends of the earth
65. 9 Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it
66. 4 All the earth shall worship thee, and
67. 2 That thy way may be known upon earth
67. 4 thou shalt. .govern the nations upon ear
67. 6 (Then) shall the earth yield her increase
67. 7 all the ends of the earth shall fear him
68. 8 The earth shook, the heavens also dropped
68. 32 Sing unto God, ye kingdoms of the earth
69. 34 Let the heaven and earth praise him
71. 20 up again from the depths of the earth
72. 6 come down .. showers (that) water the e.
72. 8 from the river unto the ends of the earth
72. 1 6 shall be an handful of corn in the earth
72. 1 6 shall flourish like grass of the earth
72. 19 let the whole earth be filled (with) his
73. 9 their tongue walketh through the earth
73. 25 none upon earth. .1 desire beside thee
74. 12 working salvation in the midst of the e.
74. 17 Thou hast set all the borders of the earth
74. 20 the dark places of the earth are full of
75. 3 The earth and all the inhabitants thereof
75. 8 all the wicked of the earth shall wring
76. 8 the earth feared, and was still
76. 9 God arose, .to save all the meek of the e.
76. 12 (he is) terrible to the kings of the earth
77. 18 thunder (was) in the heaven, .the earth
78. 69 like the earth which he hath established
79. 2 of thy saints unto the beasts of the eartli
82. 5 all the foundations of the earth are out
82. 8 Arise, O God, judge the earth: for thou
83. 18 thou . .(art) the Most High over all the e.
85. ii Truth shall spring out of the earth ; and
89. ii The heavens (are) thine, the earth also
89. 27 make him . . higher than the kings of the e.
90. 2 or ever thou hadst formed the earth and
94. 2 Lift up thyself, thou judge of the earth
95. 4 In his hand . . the deep places of the earth
96. i sing unto the LORD, all the earth
96. 9 fear before him, all the earth
96. ii Let the heavens rejoice . . let the earth
96. 13 he cometh. .he cometh to judge the earth
97. i The LORD reigneth ; let the earth rejoice
97. 4 His lightnings . . the earth saw, and trem.
97. 5 presence of the Lord of the whole earth
97. 9 thou, LORD (art) high above all the earth
98. 3 all the ends of the earth have seen the
98. 4 Make a joyful noise . . all the earth
98. 9 LORD ; for he cometh to judge the earth
%\ i let the people tremble . . let the earth be
Psa.io2. 15 and all the kings of the earth thy glory
102. 19 from heaven did the LORD behold the e.
102. 25 hast thou laid the foundation of the earth
103. 1 1 as the heaven is high above the earth
104. 5 (Who) laid the foundations of the earth
104. 9 that they turn not again to cover the e.
104. 13 the earth is satisfied with the fruit of thy
104. 14 he may bring forth food out of the earth
104. 24 O LORD . . the earth is full of thy riches
104. 32 He looketh on the earth, and it trembleth
104. 35 Let. .sinners be consumed out of the ear.
105. 7 his judgments (are) in all the earth
106. 17 The earth opened and swallowed up D.
108. 5 Be thou exalted, .above all the earth
109. 15 cut off the memory of them from the e.
j 12. 2 His seed shall be mighty upon earth
113. 6 things that are) in heaven and in the ear.
115. 15 of the LORD, which made heaven and ea.
115. 16 the earth hath he given to the children
119. 19 I (am) a stranger in the earth : hide not
119. 64 The earth O LORD, is full of thy mercy
119. 87 They had almost consumed me upon ea.
119. 90 hast established the earth, and it abide.
119. 119 puttest away all the wicked of the eart.
121. 2 the LORD, which made heaven and earth
124. 8 the LORD, who made heaven and earth
134. 3 The LORD that made heaven and eartli
135. 6 (that) did he in heaven, and in earth, in
135. 7 to ascend from the ends of the earth
136. 6 him that stretched out the earth above
138. 4 the kings of the earth shall praise thee
139. 15 wrought in the lowest parts of the earth
140. 1 1 evil speaker be established in the earth
141. 7 cutteth and cleaveth (wood) upon the ea.
146. 6 Which made heaven, and earth, the sea
147. 8 who prepareth rain for the earth, who
147. 15 sendeth forth his commandment (upon) e.
148. 7 Praise the LORD from the earth, ye dra.
148. ii Kings of the earth, and all people
148. ii princes, and all judges of the earth
148. 13 his glory (is) above the earth and heaven
Prov. 2. 22 wicked shall be cut off from the earth
3. 19 The LORD by wisdom hath founded the e.
8. 16 nobles, (even) all the judges of the earth
8. 23 from the beginning, or ever the earth
8. 26 While as yet he had not made the eartli
8. 29 appointed the foundations of the earth
8. 31 Rejoicing in .. habitable part of his earth
10. 30 the wicked shall not inhabit the earth
11. 31 righteous, .be recompensed in the earth
17. 24 eyes of a fool (are) in . .ends of the earth
25. 3 heaven for height, and the earth for dep.
30. 4 established all the ends of the earth !
30. 14 to devour the poor from off the eartli
30. 16 the earth (that) is not filled with water
30. 21 For three (things) the earth is disquiets!
30. 24 (things which are) little upon the earth
Eccl. i . 4 but the earth abideth for ever
3. 21 beast that goeth downward to the earth:
5. 2 for God (is) in heaven, and thou upon e.
5. 9 Moreover the profit of the earth is for
7. 20 (there is) not a just man upon earth
8. 14 a vanity which is done upon the earth
8. 16 the business that is done upon the earth
10. 7 princes walking as servants upon the ea.
n. 2 knowest not. .evil shall be upon the ear.
11. 3 they empty (themselves) upon the earth
12. 7 the dust return to the earth as it was
Song 2. 12 The flowers appear on the earth ; the
Isa. i. 2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, (> earth
2. 19, 21 he ariseth to shake terribly the earth
4. 2 the fruit of the earth (shall be) excellent
5. 8 placed alone in the midst of the earth
5. 26 hiss unto them from the end of the earth
6. 3 the whole earth (is) full of his glory
8. 22 they shall look unto the earth ; and be.
10. 14 have I gathered all the earth ; and then
11. 4 with equity for the meek of the earth
ii. 4 he shall smite the earth with the rod of
ii. 9 the earth shall be full of the knowledge
11. 12 Judah from the four corners of the earth
12. 5 this (is) known in all the earth
13. 13 the earth shall remove out of her place
14. 7 The whole earth is at rest, (and) is quiet
14. 9 (even) all the chief ones of the earth
14. 16 the man that made the earth to tremble
14. 26 that is purposed upon the whole earth
18. 3 and dwellers on the earth, see ye, when
18. 6 and to the beasts of the earth
18. 6 beasts of the earth shall winter upon
23. 8 traffickers (are) the honourable of the ea.
23. 9 into contempt . . the honourable of the e.
24. i the LORD maketh the earth empty, anil
24. 4 The earth mourneth (and) fadeth away
24. 4 haughty people of the earth do languish
24. 5 The earth also is defiled under the
24. 6 hath the curse devoured the earth
24. 6 the inhabitants of the earth are burned
24. 16 From the uttermost part of the earth
24. 17 (are) upon thee, O inhabitant of the ear.
24. 1 8 and the foundations of the earth do
24. i:) earth is utterly broken down, the earth
24. 19 the earth is moved exceedingly
24. 20 The earth shall reel to and fro like a
25. 8 shall he take away from off all the earth
26. 9 when thy judgments (are) in the earth
26. 15 far (unto) all the ends of the earth
26. 18 not wTought any deliverance in the earth
26. 19 and the earth shall cast out the dead
26. 21 to punish the inhabitants of the eartli
26. 21 the earth also shall disclose her blood
28. 2 shall cast down to the earth with tho ha.
Isa. 28. 22 even determined upon the whole earth
33. 9 The earth mourneth (and) languisheth
34. i let the earth hear, and all that is therein
37. 16 alone, of all the kingdoms of the earth
37. 1 6 thou hast made heaven and earth
37. 20 that all the kingdoms of the earth m:iy
40. 12 comprehended the dust of the earth in a
40. 21 understood from, .foundations of the ea.
40. 22 that sitteth upon the circle of the earth
40. 23 maketh the judges of the earth as vanity
40. 24 stock shall not take root in the earth
40. 28 the Creator of the ends of the earth
41. 5 the ends of the earth were afraid, drew
41. 9 I have taken from the ends of the earth
42. 4 till he have set judgment in the earth
42. 5 God. .he that spread forth the earth
42. 10 Sing, .his praise from the end of the earth
43. 6 my daughters from the ends of the earth
44. 23 shout, ye lower parts of the earth : break
44. 24 that spreadeth abroad the earth by myself
45. 8 let the earth open, and let them bring
45. 12 I have made the earth, and created man
45. 18 God himself that formed the earth and
45. 19 not spoken, .in a dark place of the earth
45. 22 be ye saved, all the ends of the earth
48. 13 also bath laid the foundation of the earth
48. 20 utter it (even) to the end of the earth
49. 6 be my salvation unto the end of the earth
49. 8 to establish the earth, to cause to inherit
49. 13 Sing, heavens ; and be joyful, O earth
49. 23 they shall bow down, .toward the earth
51. 6 Lift up your eyes, .look upon the earth
51. 6 the earth shall wax old like a garment
51. 13 and laid the foundations of the earth
51. it, and lay the foundations ol the earth
52. 10 all the ends of the earth shall see the
54. 5 God of the whole earth shall he be called
54. 9 waters . . should no more go over the earth
55. 9 the heavens are higher than the earth
55. 10 but watereth the earth, and maketh it
58. 14 to ride upon the high places of the earth
60. 2 darkness shall cover the earth, and gross
61. ii For as the earth bringeth forth her bud
62. 7 till he made Jerusa. a praise in the earth
63. 6 will bring down their strength to the e.
65. 16 he who blesseth himself in the earth
65. 16 and he that sweareth in the earth shall
65. 17 I create new heavens and a new earth
66. i heaven (is) my throne, and the eartli (is)
66. 8 Shall the earth be made to bring forth
66. 22 For as the new heavens and the new eartlj
Jer. 6. 19 Hear, O earth : behold, I will bring evi!
6 22 shall be raised from the sides of the earth
7. 33 shall be meat . . for the beasts of the earth
9. 3 not valiant for the truth upon the earth
9. 24 judgment, and righteousness.fin the earth
10. 10 at his wrath the earth shall tremble
10. 12 He hath made the earth by his power
10. 13 to ascend from the ends of the earth
14. 4 for there was no rain in the earth
15. 3 the beasts of the earth, to devour and
15. 4 removed into all kingdoms of the earth
15. 10 a man of contention to the whole earth
1 6. 4 shall be meat for .... beasts of the earth
16. 19 come unto thee from the ends of the earth
17. 13 depart from me shall be written in the e.
19. 7 to be meat for. .the beasts of the earth
22. 29 O earth, earth, earth, hear the word of
23. 5 execute judgment and justice in the earth
23. 24 Do not I fill heaven and earth ? saith the
24. 9 into all the kingdoms of the earth for
25. 29 upon all the inhabitants of the earth
25. 30 against all the inhabitants of the earth
25. 31 shall come (even) to the ends of the earth
95. 32 be raised up from the coasts of the earth
25. 33 end of the earth . . unto . . end of the earth
26. 6 a curse to all the nations of the earth
27. 5 I have made the earth, the man. and the
29. 18 removed to all the kingdoms of the earth
31. 22 hath created a new thing in the earth
31. 37 the foundations of the earth searched out
32. 17 thou hast made the heaven and the earth
33. 9 honour before all the nations of the earth
33. 25 the ordinances of heaven and earth
34. i all the kingdoms of the earth of his dom.
34. 17 removed into all the kingdoms of the ea.
34. 20 for meat . .to the beasts of the earth
46. 8 I will go up, (and) will cover the earth
49. 21 The earth is moved at the noise of their
50. 23 How is the hammer of the whole earth
50. 41 be raised up from the coasts of the earth
50. 46 the earth is moved, and the cry is heard
51. 7 a golden cup. .that made all the earth
51. 15 He hath made the earth by his power
51. 16 to ascend from the ends of the earth
51. 25 mountain . . which destroyest all the earth
51. 41 how is the praise of the whole earth sur. !
51. 48 Then the heaven and the earth, and all
51. 49 so. .shall fall the slain of all the earth
Lam. 2. i cast down from heaven unto the earth the
2. ii my liver is poured upon the earth
9. 15 (Is) this, .the joy of the whole earth?
3. 34 To crush, .all the prisoners of the earth
4. 12 The kings of the earth, and all the
Eze. i. 15 one wheel upon the earth by the living
1.19 creatures were lifted up from the earth
i. 21 when those were lifted up from the earth
7. 21 to the wicked of the earth for a spoil
8. 3 the spirit lifted me up between the earth
8. 12 say. .the LORD hath forsaken the earth
9. 9 The LORD hath forsaken the earth
10. 16 their wings to mount up from the earth.
EARTH 283 EARTHQUAKE
Eze. 10. 19 cherubims. .mounted, up from the earth
36. 20 shall set thee in the low parts of the earth
27. 33 thou didst enrich the kings of the earth
S. 18 I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth
31. 14 death, to the nether parts of the earth
31. 16 comforted in the nether parts of the earth
31.18 unto the nether parts of the earth
32. 4 I will fill the beasts of the whole earth
32. 18 cast, .unto the nether parts of the earth
32. 24 gone, .into the nether parts of the earth
3 4 . 6 was scattered upon all the face of the e.
34. 27 and the earth shall yield her increase
35. 14 When the whole earth rejoiceth, I will
39. 14 that remain upon the face of the earth
39. 18 drink the blood of the princes of the earth
Dan. 8. $ from the west on the face of the whole e.
Hos. 2. 2 1 the heavens, and they shall hear the earth
2. 22 the earth shall hear the corn, and the
2. 23 I will sow her unto me in the earth
6. 3 the latter (and) former rain unto the ea.
Joel 2. 30 wonders in the heavens and in the earth
3. 16 the heavens and the earth shall shake
Amos 2. 7 That pant after the dust of the earth on
3. 5 Can a bird fall in a snare upon the earth
4. 13 treadeth upon the high places of the ea.
5. 7 and leave off righteousness in the earth
5. 8 and poureth them out upon, .the earth
8. 9 I will darken the earth in the clear day
9. 6 and hath founded his troop in the earth
9. 6 and poureth them out upon . .the earth
9. 9 shall not the least grain fall upon the ea.
Jon. 2. 6 the earth with her bars (was) about me
Mic. 4. 13 substance unto the Lord of the. .earth
5. 4 he be great unto the ends of the earth
6. 2 Hear ye . . strong foundations of the earth
7. 2 The good . .is perished out of the earth
7. 17 out of their holes like worms of the earth
Nah. i. 5 and the earth is burned at his presence
2. 13 I will cut off thy prey from the earth
Hab. 2. 14 the earth shall be filled with the know.
2. 20 let all the earth keep silence before him
3. 3 and the earth was full of his praise
3. 6 He stood, and measured the earth
3. 9 Thou didst cleave the earth with rivers
Zeph. 2. 3 Seek ye the LORD, all ye meek of the earth
2. ii he will famish all the gods of the earth
3. 8 all the earth shall be devoured with the
3. 20 a praise among all people of the earth
Hag. i. 10 and the earth is stayed (from) her fruit
2. 6, 21 I will shake the heavens, and the earth
Zech. i. 10 sent to walk to and fro through the eartii
i. ii have walked to and fro through the earth
i. ii all the earth sitteth still, and is at rest
4. 10 run to and fro through the whole earth
4. 14 that stand by the Lord of the whole earth
5. 3 the curse that goeth forth over the . . earth
5. 6 their resemblance through all the earth
5. 9 lifted up the ephah between the earth
6. 5 standing before the Lord of all the earth
6. 7 might walk to and fro through the earth
6. 7 walk to and fro through the earth
6. 7 they walked to and fro through the earth
9. 10 from the river, .to the ends of the earth
12. i and layeth the foundation of the earth
12. 3 though all the people of the earth be
14. 9 the LORD shall be king over all the earth
14. 17 come up of (all) the families of the earth
Mai. 4. 6 I come and smite the earth with a curse
4. Earth, land, KRIX arqa.
Jer. 10. ii The gods that have not made the. .earth
5.Earthen ware, v~\n chores.
Lev. 15. 12 the vessel of earth, that he toucheth
G.Dry land, nsQ: yabbesheth.
Dan. 2. 10 There is not a man upon the earth that
7. Dust, -i?j; aphar.
Gen. 26. 15 Philistines had . .filled them with earth
Job 8. 19 and out of the earth shall others grow
19. 25 stand at the latter (day) upon the earth
28. 2 Iron is taken out of the earth, and brass
30. 6 To dwell., (in) caves of the earth, and (in)
41. 33 Upon earth there is not his like, who is
Isa. 2. 19 they shall go into, .caves of the earth
Dan. 12. 2 them that sleep in the dust of the earth
8. Earth, land, yy ge.
Matt. 5. 5 the meek : for they shall inherit the earth
5. 13 Ye are the salt of the earth : but if the
5. 18 Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or
5. 35 Nor by the earth ; for it is his footstool
6. 10 thy will be done in earth, as (it is) in hea.
6. 19 Lay not up. .treasures upon earth, where
9. 6 that the Son of man hath power on earth
10. 34 that I am come to send peace on earth
11. 25 Father, Lord of heaven and earth,because
12. 40 and three nights iii the heart of the earth
12. 42 from the uttermost parts of the earth
13. 5 fell, .where they had not much earth
13. 5 because they had no deepness of earth
16. 19 whatsoever thou shall bind on earth
16. 19 whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth
17. 25 of whom do the kings of the earth take
18. 18 Whatsoever ye shall bind on earth shall
18. 18 whatsoever ye shall loose on earth shall
18. 19 That if two of you shall agree on earth
23. 9 call no (man) your father upon the earth
23. 35 the righteous blood shed upon the earth
24. 30 then shall all the tribes of the earth mo.
24. 35 Heaven and earth shall pass away, but
25. 18 he. .went and digged in the earth, and
Matt 25.
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Mark 2.
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25 I. .went and hid thy talent in the earth
51 the earth did quake, and the rocks rent
18 All power is given unto me in. .earth
10 the Hon of man hath power on earth to
5 fell, .where it had not much earth
5 because it had no depth of earth
28 the earth bringeth forth fruit of herself
31 when it is sown in the earth, is less
31 than all the seeds that be in the earth
3 so as no fuller on earth can white them
27 from the uttermost part of the earth to
31 Heaven and earth shall pass away: but
14 and on earth peace, good will toward
24 hath power upon earth to forgive sins
49 man that, .built an house upon the earth
21 O Father, Lord of heaven and earth
2 Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth
31 came from the uttermost parts of the e.
49 I am come to send fire on the earth
51 that I am come to give peace on earth ?
56 the face of the sky and of the earth
17 it is easier for heaven and earth to pass
8 shall he find faith on the earth ?
25 upon the earth distress of nations, with
33 Heaven and earth shall pass away : but
35 that dwell on the face of the whole earth
44 there was a darkness over all the earth
5 and bowed down (their) faces to the earth
31 he that is of the earth is earthly
31 and speaketh of the earth
32 I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will
4 I have glorified thee on the earth : I have
8 and unto the uttermost part of the earth
19 I will show, .signs in the earth beneath
25 all the kindreds of the earth be blessed
24 which hast made heaven and earth, and
26 The kings of the earth stood up, and the
49 Heaven(is)my throne.and earth, .myfoot.
33 for his life is taken from the earth
4 he fell to the earth, and heard a voice
8 Saul arose from the earth ; and when his
11 a great sheet, .let down to the earth
12 all manner of four footed beasts of. .ea.
6 I. .saw four footed beasts of the earth
47 for salvation unto the ends of the earth
15 which made heaven, and earth, and the
24 seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth
26 for to dwell on all the face of the earth
22 Away with such a (fellow) from the eartii
14 when we were all fallen to the earth, I
:7 might be declared, throughout all the e.
28 will the Lord make upon the earth
18 their sound went into all the earth, and
5 called gods, whether in heaven or in eartii
26, 28 The earth (is) the Lord s, and the ful.
47 The first man (is) of the earth, earthy
10 are in heaven, and which are on earth
15 whole family in heaven and earth is
9 first into the lower parts of the earth
3 and thou mayest live long on the earth
16 that are in heaven, and that are in earth
20 whether (they be) things in earth, or
2 things above, not on things on the earth
5 your members which are upon the earth
10 hast laid the foundation of the earth
7 the earth which drinketh in the rain
4 For if he were on earth he should not be
13 were strangers and pilgrims on the earth
38 and (in) dens and caves of the earth
25 who refused him that spake on earth
26 Whose voice then shook the earth : but
26 shake not the earth only, but also heaven
5 Ye have lived in pleasure on the earth
7 for the precious fruit of the earth
12 neither by heaven, neither by the earth
17 it rained not on the earth by the space
18 and the earth brought forth her fruit
5 the earth standing out of the water and
7 the heavens and the earth which are now
10 the earth also and the works that are
13 look for new heavens and a new earth
8 there are three that bear witness in earth
5 and the prince of the kings of the earth
7 kindreds of the earth shall wail because
10 to try them that dwell upon the earth
3 nor in earth, neither under the earth
6 spirits of God sent, .into all the earth
10 and we shall reign on the earth
13 on the earth, and under the earth, and
4 sat thereon to take peace from the earth
8 power, .over the fourth part of the earth
8 death, and with the beasts of the earth
10 our blood on them that dwell on the earth
13 stars of heaven fell unto the earth
15 the kings of the earth, and the great men
. i standing on the four corners of the earth
. i holding the four winds of the earth, that
. i the wind should not blow on the earth
. 2 was given to hurt the earth and the sea
. 3 Hurt, not the earth, neither the sea, nor
. 5 the censer, .and cast (it) into the earth
. 7 and they were cast upon the earth
. 13 woe, woe to the inhabiters of the earth
. i a star fall from heaven unto the earth
. 3 there came out. .locusts upon the earth
. 3 as the scorpions of the earth have power
. 4 should not hurt the grass of the earth
. 2 and he set. .(his) left (foot) on the earth
. 5 stand upon the sea and upon the earth
. 6 the earth, and the things that therein are
. 8 standeth upon the sea and upon the earth
. 4 standing before the God of the earth
Rev. ii. 6 to smite the earth with all plague-), as
ii. 10 they that dwell upon the earth shall rejo.
ii. 10 tormented them that dwelt on the earth
11. 1 8 destroy them which destroy the earth
12. 4 his tail, .did cast them to the eartii
12. 9 he was cast out into the earth, and his
12. 12 Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and
12. 13 dragon saw that he was cast unto the ea.
12. 16 the earth helped the woman, and the ea.
13. 8 all that dwell upon the earth shall wor.
13. 1 1 another beast coming up out of the earth
13. 12 and causeth the earth and them which
13. 13 maketh fire come down, .on the earth
13. i4,i4(U cfivf.thfinthat dwell on the earth
14. 3 which were redeemed from the earth
14. 6 preach unto them that dwell on the ear.
14. 7 worship him that made heaven, and earth
14. 15 for the harvest of the earth is ripe
14. 16 on the earth ; and the earth was reaped
14. 18 gather the clusters of the vine of the ea.
14. 19 angel thrust in his sickle into the earth
14. 19 and gathered the vine of the earth, and
16. i vials of the wrath of God upon the earth
16. 2 and poured out his vial upon the earth
:6. 14 go forth unto the kings of the earth and
16. 18 as was not sincemen were upon theearth
17. 2 With whom the kings of the earth have
17. 2 and the inhabitants of the earth have
17. 5 of harlots and abominations of the earth
17. 8 they that dwell on the earth shall won.
17. 18 which reigneth over the kings of the ear.
18. i and the earth was lightened with his
18. 3 the kings of the earth have committed
18. 3 the merchants of the earth are waxed
18. 9 And the kings of the earth, who have
18. ii And the merchants of the earth shall
18. 23 merchants were the great men of the ea.
18. 24 and of all that were slain upon the earth
19. 2 which did corrupt the earth with her
19. 19 I saw the beast, and the kings of the ea.
20. 8 are in the four quarters of the earth
20. 9 they went up on the breadth of the earth
20. ii from whose face the earth and the heaven
21. i I saw a new heaven and a new earth
21. i for the first heaven and the first earth
21. 24 the kings of the earth do bring their
9. Inhabited earth or land, oiKov^ffri
oikmtmeni.
Luke2i. 26 things which are coming on the earth
EARTH, in
OH earth, terrestrial, liriytios epigeios.
Phil. 2. 10 of (things) in heaven, and (things) in earth
EARTH, of
Made of earthenware, offrpatKivos ostrakinos.
2 Ti. 2. 20 but also of wood and of earth ; and some
EARTH, under the
Under ground, Karax^ovios katachthonios.
Phil. 2. 10 in heaven, .and (things) under the earth
EARTHEN
I.Earthen ware, fe^n cheres.
Lev. 6. 28 the earthen vessel wherein it is sodden
ii. 33 every earthen vessel, whereinto (any) of
14. 5 the birds be killed in an earthen vessel
14. 50 shall kill the one of the birds in an earth.
Num. 5. 17 shall take holy water in an earthen vessel
Jer. 19. i Go and get a potter s earthen bottle
32. 14 put them in an earthen vessel that they
Lam. 4. 2 how are they esteemed as earthen pitch.
y.Made of earthen ware, oarpaKtvos ostraktnos.
2 Co. 4. 7 we have this treasure in earthen vessels
3. To form, fashion, frame, is; yatsar.
2 Sa. 17. 28 Brought beds, and basons, and earthen
EARTHLY
l.Out of theearth, IK TTJJ 77)5 ek tes ges.
John 3. 31 he that is of the earth is earthly, and
I.Upon earth, iviynos epigeios.
2 Co. 5. i For we know that if our earthly house
Jas. 3. 15 descendeth not from above, but (is) ear.
EARTHLY things
Upon earth, tniyftos epigeios.
John 3 12 If I have told you earthly things, and ye
Phil. 3. 19 in their shame, who mind earthly things
EARTHQUAKE
I. Shaking, trembling, t?in raash.
i Ki 19. ii and after the wind an earthquake
19. ii the LORD (was) not in the earthquake
19. 12 And after the earthquake a fire
Isa. 29 6. with earthquake, and great noise, with
Amos i. t he saw. .two years before the earthquake
Zech. 14. 5 as ye fled from before the earthquake in
2. A shaking, <reiffu6s seismos.
Matt 24. 7 there shall be famines, .and earthquakes
27. 54 when the centurion . . saw the earthquake
28. 2 behold, there was a great earthquake
Marki3. 8 there shall be earthquakes in divers pla.
Luke 21. ii great earthquakes shall be in divers
Acts 1 6. 26 suddenly there was a great earthquake
Rev. 6. 12 and, lo, there was a great earthquake
8. 5 voices, .and lightnings, and an earthqii.
ii. 13 the same hour was there a great earthqu.
ii. 13 and in the earthquake were slain of men
ii. 19 voices, and thunderings, and an earthqu.
16. 1 8 there was a great earthquake, such as
16. 18 so mighty an earthquake (and) so great
EARTHY
EARTHY
Alade of earth or clay, xofro r choikos.
1 Co. 15. 47 The first mau (is)
of the earth, earthy
15. 48 the earthy, such (are) they also that aree.
15. 49 as we have borne the image of the earthy
EASE
I lace of rest, ease, .tmj!? menuchah.
Judg:o. 43 trode them down with ease over **
EASE, to
1.7*0 lift up, K~} nasa.
Job 713 bed shall comfort me, my couch shall ease
2. 7*o make light, ^ qalal, 5.
2 Ch. 10. 4 ease thou somewhat the grievous servi.
10. 9 Ease somewhat the yoke that thy father
EASE, t
1. (rood, 3>Q tob.
Psa. 25. 13 His soul shall dwell at case ; and his seed
2. Rest, quiet, safe, secure, "by, rty shaleo*
Job 1 6. 12 I was at ease, but he hath broken me
EASE, to be at
To be quiet, at ease, secure, ]Kip shaan, 3a.
Jer. 46. 27 be in rest and at ease, and none shall
48. 1 1 Moab hath been at ease from his youth
EASE, being at
l.&tfc, at ease, "by shalev.
Eze. 23. 42 voice of a multitude being at ease (was)
2. Quick, at ease, secure, ])*hv shalanan.
Job 21. 23 in his full strength, being wholly at ease
EASE, to find
7*o cause, give, or let rest, J7rj ruga, 5.
Deut 28 65 among these nations, .thou find no ease
EASE, to take
To cause to cease, avairavu anapauo.
Lukei2. 19 take thine ease, eat, drink, (and)be merry
EASE (oce s self), to
To be comforted, get breath again, Cnj nacham, 2.
Isa. i . 24 I will ease me of mine adversaries, and
EASE iclf, to
To sit down, zc*; yashab.
Deut 23. 13 when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou
EASE, (that is, at
Ease, quiet, at rest, ])KV shaanan.
Job 12. 5 in the thought of him that is at ease
I sa.i23. 4 ^h.
e scorning of those that are at ease
Isa. 32. 9 Rise up, ye women that are at ease ; hear
32. ii Tremble, ye women that are at ease
Amos 6. i Woe to them (that are) at ease in Zion
Zech. 115 displeased with, .heathen (that are) at e.
EASED, to be
1.7*0 yofrom, p ^n halak min.
Job 1 6. 6 and (though) I forbear, what am I eased ?
1.A sending back, release, avtcns ancsis.
2 Co. 8. 13 that other men be eased, and ye burdened
EASIER
Less irearisome or laborious, (vKOirurepos eukopo.
Matt. 9. 5 For whether is easier to say, (Thy) sins be
19. 24 It is easier for a camel to go through
Mark 2. 9 Whether is it easier to say to the sick
10. 25 It is easier for a camel to go through
Luke 5. 23 Whether is easier, to say, Thy sins be
1 6. 17 it is easier for heaven and earth to pass
1 8. 25 it is easier for a camel to go through a
EAKi KH to be
To make light, S^u qalal, 5.
ExodiS. 22 so shall it be easier for thyself, and they
EAST
I. Pottery, rvpin, [V.L. mcnri], charsith.
Jer. 19. 2 which (is) by the entry of the east gate
".Outgoing (of the sun), KyiD motsa.
Psa. 75. 6 promotion (cometh) neither from the cast
3. Rising (of tlie sun), rrjta mizrach.
Josh. 4. 19 in Gilgal ; in the east border of Jericho
11. 3 the Canaanite on the east and on the w.
12. i Hermon, and all the plain on the east
12. 3 to the sea of Chinneroth on the east
12. 3 (even) the salt sea on the east, the way
16. i unto the water of Jericho on the east, to
[16. 5 of their inheritance on the east side]
16. 6 and passed by it on the east to Janonah
17. 10 on the north, and in Issachar on the east
38. 7 inheritance beyond Jordan on the east
19. 13 on along on the east to Gittah-hepher
i Ki. 7. 25 and three looking toward the east
i Ch. ;. 10 throughout all the east (land) of Gilead
9. 24 toward the east, west, north, and south
12. 15 toward the east, and toward the west
a Ch. 4. 4 and three looking toward the east
5. 12 stood at the east end of the altar, and
29. 4 gathered them together into the east
31. 14 porter toward the east, (was) over the
Neh. 3. 26 against the water gate toward the east
3. 29 of Shechaniah, the keeper of the east gate
Psa.io3. 12 Asfar^sthe east is from the west, (so) far
107. 3 from the east, and from the west, from
Isa. 41. 2 raised up the righteous (man) from the e.
43. 5 I will bring thy seed from the east, and |
46. ii Calling a ravenous bird from the east
284
Jer. 31. 40 comer of the horse gate toward the east
Dan. 8. 9 toward the east, and toward the pleasant
11. 44 But tidings out of the east and out of the
Amos 8. 12 from.the north even to;the east, they shall
>-ech. 8. 7 will save my people from the east country
14. 4 in the midst thereof toward the east
4.JSast, what is before, D"iiJ qadim.
Kzodio. 13 brought an east wind, .the cast wind
14. 21 caused the sea to go (back) by a strong e.
Psa. 48. 7 Thou breakest the ships . . with an east
Jer. 1 8. 17 I will scatter them as with an east wind
Eze. 17. 10 wither, when the east wind toucheth it .
19. 12 the east wind dried up her fruit; her
ST. 26 east wind hath broken thee in the midst
40. 6 the gate which looketh toward the east
40. 22 of the gate that looketh toward the cast
4<-. 23 over against the gate, .toward the east
40. 32 into the inner court toward the east : and
40. 44 one at the side of the east gate (having)
41. 14 and of the separate place toward the east
42. 10 of the wall of the court toward the east
42. 12 directly before the wall toward the east
42. 15 the gate whose prospect (is) toward the e.
42. 16 He measured the east side with the me.
43. i (even) the gate that looketh toward the e.
43. 2 the glory . . came from the way of the east
43. 4 the gate whose prospect (is) toward the e.
43. 17 and his stairs shall look toward the east
44. i sanctuary which looketh toward the east
45. 7 from the west border unto the east bor.
4t. i inner court that looketh toward the east
40. 12 the gate that looketh toward the east
47. i front of the house (stood toward) the east
47. 18 the east side ye shall measure from Hau.
47. 1 8 from the border. .And (this is) the east
48. i for these are his sides east (and) west
48. 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 8, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 from the east
48. 3, 6 from the east side even unto the west
48. 10 toward the east ten thousand in breadth
48. 1 6, 32 on the east side four thousand and five
48. 17 toward the east two hundred and fifty
48. 21 of the oblation toward the east border
Hos. i-,. 15 an east wind shall come, the wind of the
Jon. 4. 3 that God prepared a vehement east wind
5. East, C~ij qedcm.
Gen. 3. 24 he placed at the east of the garden of E.
10. 30 goest unto Sephar a mount of the east
ji. 2 as they journeyed from the east, that
12. 8 from thence unto a mountain on the east
12. 8 Beth-el on the west ; and Hai on the east
13. ii Lot journeyed east: and they separated
25. 6 and sent them away, .unto the east coun.
29. i into the land of the people of the east
Num23. 7 out f fhe mountains of the east, (saying)
Judg. 6. 3 the children of the east, even they came
6. 33 children of the east were gathered togeth.
7. 12 all the children of the east lay along in
8. 10 all the hosts of the children of the east
8. ii them that dwelt in tents on the east of
1 Ki. 4. 30 the wisdom of all the children of the east
Job i. 3 was the greatest of all the men of the ea.
Isa. 2. 6 because they be replenished from the ea.
11. 14 they shall spoil them of the east togeth.
Jer. 49. 28 Arise ye, go. .and spoil the men of the e.
Eze. 25. 4 I will deliver thee to the men of the east
25. 10 Unto the men of the east with the Anim
Zech 14. 4 which (is) before Jerusalem on the east
6. East, c~p qedem.
Gen. 28. 14 and thou shalt spread abroad, .to the east
Exod27. 13 the breadth of the court on the east side
38. 13 And for the east side eastward fifty cubi.
Num. 3 38 encamp before the tabernacletowardthee.
34. 10 ye shall point out your east border from
35. 5 from without the city on the east side two
Josh. is- 5 the east border (was) the salt sea, (even)
18. 20 Jordan was the border of it on the east
19. 13 from thence passeth on along on the east
Eze. 8. 1 6 the temple, .and their faces toward the e
8. 16 they worshipped the sun toward the east
45. 7 from the west, .and from the east side
7. East, eastward, -ifj"!? qidniah.
Gen. 2. 14 that (is) it which goeth toward the east of
4. 16 dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of E.
Eze. 39. 1 1 valley of the passengers on the east of the
8. East, eastern, pan? qadmon.
Eze. 47. 8 waters issue out toward the east country
9. East, eastern, JiO"p qadmoni.
Eze. 10. 19 stood at the door of the east gate of the
ii. i brought me unto the east gate of the L.
47. 1 8 from the border unto the east sea
Joel 2. 20 with his face toward the east sea, and
10. East, uprising (of the sun), &,varo\-lj anatole.
Matt 2. i came wise men from the east to Jerus.
2. 2 we have seen his star in the east, and
2. 9 the star, which they saw in the east, went
8. ii many shall come from the east and west
24. 27 as the liuhtening cometh out of the east
Luke 1 3. 29 they shall come from the east, and (from)
Rev. 7. 2 I saw another angel ascending from the e.
16 12 the way of the kinirs of the east might
21. 13 On the east, three gates ; on the north
EAST end or part
The east, D^p qedem.
Lev. 1. 16 cast it beside the altar on the east part Num 10. 5 ramps that lie on the east parts shall
2 Ch. 4. 10 the sea on the right side of the east end
BAT
EAST side
1. Rising (of the sun), (rc(p)-rirp mizrach -(shemesh.)
Judgn. 18 came by the east side of the land of Moab
31. 19 on the east side of the highway: .1 .i.-h. i .5.
1 Ch. 4. 39 unto the east side of the valley, to seek
6. 78 by Jericho, on the east side of Jordan
I.East, what is before, 0"ijj qadim.
Eze. 42. 9 the entry on the east side, as one goeth
3. East, D^ij qedem.
Num 34 ii Shepham to Kiblah, on the east side of
Josh. 7. 2 Beth-aven, on the east side of Beth-el
Eze. 1 1. 23 which (is) on the east side of the city
Jon. 4. 5 and sat on the east side of the city
4. East, onp qedem.
Num. 2* 3 on the east side toward the rising of
EAST wind
East (wind), D ljj qadim.
Gen. 41. 6 thin ears and blasted with the east wind
41. 23 thin, (and) blasted with the east wind
41.27 empty ears, blasted with the east wind
Job 15. 2 and fill his belly with the east wind i
27. 21 The east wind carrieth him away, and he
38. 24 scattereth the east wind upon the earth ?
Pu. 78. 26 caused an east wind to;blow in the heaven
Isa. 27. 8 rough wind in the day of the east wind
Hos. 12. i Ephraim. .lollowcth after the east wind
Hab. i. 9 their faces shall sup up (as) the east wind
EASTER
Passover (from Heb. nj-) a passing over); iriyxo-
Acts 12. 4 intending after Easter to bring him forth
EASTWARD
1. Rising (of the sun), rrii? mizrach.
Exod27. 13 the court on the east side eastward
38. 13 for the east side eastward fifty cubits
Num. 3. 38 tabernacle of the congregation eastward
32. 19 fallen to us on this side Jordan eastward
Deut. 3. 17 the saltsea, under Ashdoth-pisgah eastw.
3. 27 northward, and southward, and eastward
4. 49 the plain on this side Jordan eastward
Josh. 1 1. 8 and unto the valley of Mizpeh eastward
13. 8 Moses gave them, beyond Jordan eastw.
13. 27 on the other side Jordan eastward
13. 32 the other side Jordan, by Jericho, eastw.
1 6. 6 went about eastward unto Taanath-shiloh
20. 8 the other side Jordan by Jericho eastw.
2 Ki. 10. 33 Jordan eastward [Heb.wizrttrh nhfineith].
i Ch. 5. 9 eastward he inhabited uuto the entering
7. 28 eastward Naaran, and westward Gezer
o. 18 hitherto (waited) in the king s gate eastw.
26. 14 And the lot eastward fell to Shelemiah
26. 17 Eastward (were) six Levites, northward
Neh. 12. 37 even unto the water gate eastward
2. East, eastward, 0*1$ qadim.
Eze. ii. i the east gate, .which looketh eastward
40. 19 an hundred cubits eastward and north.
45. 7 westward, and from the east side eastw.
47. i under the threshold of the house eastw.
47. 2 gate by the way that looketh eastward
47. 3 the line in his hand went forth eastward
48. 18 (portion shall be) ten thousand eastward
3. East, eastward, c^jj qedem.
Gen. 2. 8 God planted a garden eastward in Eden
I. East, eastward, C~p qedem.
Gen. 13. 14 art northward, and southward, and eastw.
25. 6 sent them away from Isaac, .eastward
Lev. 16. 14 his finger upon the mercy seat eastward
Num 34. 3 outmost coast of the salt" sea eastward
34. ii side of the sea of Chinnereth eastward
34. 15 on this side Jordan (near) Jericho eastw.
Josh. 19. 12; i Ki. 7. 39, 17. 3; 2 Ki. 13. 17-
5. The east, nyip qidmah.
i Sa. 13. 5 in Michmash, eastward from Keth-aven
tj. The way of the east, c-jpn rt-n derek haq-qadim.
Eze. 40. 10 the little chambers of the sate eastward
EASY
Useful, good, kind, xp jo To r chrestos.
Mattn. 30 my yoke (is) easy, and my burden is light
EASY, to be
To be light, S^jj qalal, 2.
Prov.i4. 6 knowledge (is) easy unto him that under.
EAT, to
l.Toeat, ^ttakal.
Gen. 2. 16 Of every tree, .thou mayest freely eat
2. 17 But of the tree, .thou shalt not eat of it
2. 17 in the day that thou eatest thereof thou
3. i shall not eat of every tree of the garden ?
3. 2 We may eat of the fruit of the trees of
3. 3 Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye
3. 5 God doth know that in the day ye cat
3. 6 she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat
3. 6 save . .unto her husband, .and he did eat
3. ii Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof
3. 1 1 commanded . .that thou shouldest not e. t
3. 12 she gave me of the tree, and I did cut
3. 13 The serpent beguiled me. and I did eat
3. 14 dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy
3. 17 Because thou hast, .eaten of the tree, of
3. 17 Thou shalt not eat of it : cursed (is) the
3. 17 shalt thou eat (of) it all the days of thy
3. 18 and thou shalt eat the herb of the field
3. 19 In*the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat
3. 22 take also, .and eat, and live for ever
o. 4 flesh with the life, .shall ye not eat
EAT
Gen. 14. 24 only that which the young men have ea.
18. 8 stood, .under the tree, and they did eat
19. 3 bake unleavened bread, and they did eat
-4. 33 And there was set (meat) before him to eat
-4. 33 I will not eat, until I have told mine
.4. 54 they did eat and drink, he and the men
25. 34 he did eat and drink, and rose up, and
-6. 30 he made them a feast, and they did eat
27. 4 and bring (it) to me, that I may eat
27. 7 make me savoury meat, that I may eat
.7. io bring (it) to thy father, that he may eat
27. 19 arise, I pray thee, sit aud eat of my veiii.
27. 25 Bring (it) near to me, and I will eat of
27. 25 he brought (it) near to him, and he did e.
.7. 31 Let my father arise, and eat of his son s
37. 33 I have eaten of all before thou earnest
13. 20 and will give me bread to eat, and raim.
31. 38 the rams of thy flock have I not eaten
31. 46 aud they did eat there upon the heap
31. 54 Jacob .. called his brethren to eat bread
31. 54 they did eat bread, and tarried all night
32. 32 the children of Israel eat not (of) the
37. 25 And they sat down to eat bread : and
39. 6 ought, .save the bread which he did eat
*o. 17 the birds did eat them out of the basket
40. 19 the birds shall eat thy flesh from off thee
43. 2 when they had eaten up the corn which
43. 25 they heard that they should eat bread
43. 32 for the Egyptians which did eat with
43. 32 because the Egyptians might not eat br.
45. 18 and ye shall eat the fat of the land
47. 22 for the priests, .did eat their portion
Exod.2. 20 he said, .call him, that he may eat bread
io. 5 they shall eat. .and shall eat every tree
io. 12 and eat every herb of the land, (even) all
io. 15 and they did eat every herb of the land
12. 4 every man according to his eating shall
12. 7 the houses, wherein they shall eat it
12. 8 they shall eat the flesh in that night
12. 8 (and) with bitter (herbs) they shall eat
12. 9 Eat not of it raw, nor sodden at all with
12. ii thus shall ye eat it ; (with) your loins
12. ii eat it in haste : it (is) the LORD S passov
12. 15 Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread
12. 15 whosoever eateth leavened bread from
12. 18 ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the
12. 19 whosoever eateth that which is leavened
12. 20 Ye shall eat nothing leavened
12. 20 in all your habitations shall ye eat unle.
12. 43 There shall no stranger eat thereof
12. 44 hast circumcised him, then shall he eat
12. 45 an hired servant shall not eat thereof
12. 48 no uncircumcised person shall eat thereof
6 Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened b.
3 when we did eat bread to the full ! for y e
8 shall give you in the evening flesh to eat
12 At even ye shall eat flesh, and in the mo
25 Eat that to day ; for to day (is) a sabbath
35 the children of Israel did eat manna forty
35 they did eat manna, until they came unto
12 Aaron came, .to eat bread with Moses
31 neither shall ye eat (any) flesh (that is)
1 1 that the poor of thy people may eat
ii and what they leave the beasts .. shall e.
15 thou shalt eat unleavened bread seven d.
1 1 also they saw God, and did eat and dri.
32 Aaron and his sons shall eat the flesh of
33 they shall eat those things wherewith
33 a stranger shall not eat. .because
6 the people sat down to eat and to drink
15 call thee, and thou eat of his sacrifice
1 8 Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened
28 he did neither eat bread, nor drink water
17 statute, .that ye eat neither fat nor blood
16 remainder, .shall Aaron and his sons eat
1 6 in the. .congregation they shall eat it
1 8 males among the children . . shall eat of it
26 The priest that offereth it. .shall eat it
29 All the males among the priests shall e.
6 Every male among the priests shall eat
1 8 the soul that eateth of it shall bear his
19 as for the flesh, all that be clean shall e.
20 the soul that eateth (of) the flesh of the
21 eat of the flesh of the sacrifice of peace
23 Ye shall eat no manner of fat, of ox, or
24 be used, .but ye shall in no wise eat of it
25 For whosoever eateth the fat of the beast
25 the soul that eateth (it) shall be cut off
26 Moreover ye shall eat no manner of blood
27 Whatsoever soul (it be) that eateth any
. 31 there eat it with the bread that (is) in
8. 31 saying, Aaron and his sons shall eat it
io. 12 and eat it without leaven beside the
io. 13 And ye shall eat it in the holy place
io. 14 wave breast, .shall ye eat in a clean place
10. 17 Wherefore have ye not eaten the sin off.
io. 18 ye should indeed have eaten it in the holy
10. 19 (if) I had eaten the sin offering to day
11. 2 These (are) the beasts which ye shall eat
ii. 3 Whatsoever parteth the hoof., shall ye eat
ii. 4 Nevertheless these shall ye not eat of them
ii. 8 Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their
ii. 9 These shall ye eat of all that (are) in the
ii. 9 whatsoever hath fins, .them shall ye eat
ii. ii ye shall not eat of their flesh, but ye shall
ii. 21 Yet these may ye eat of every flying cree.
n. 22 these of them ye may eat ; the locust
ii. 40 he that eateth of the carcase of it shall
ii. 42 them ye shall not eat ; for they (are) an
14. 47 he that eateth in the house shall wash his
17. io that eateth any manner of blood
17. io set my face against that soul that eateth
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Lev. 17. 12 I said . . No soul of you shall eat blood
17. 12 neither shall any stranger, .eat blood
17. 14 Ye shall eat the blood of no manner of
"17. 14 whosoever eateth it shall be cut off
17. 15 every soul that eateth that which died
19. 8 that eateth it shall bear his iniquity
19. 25 in the fifth year shall ye eat of the fruit
19. 26 Ye shall not eat (any thing) with the
21. 22 He shall eat the bread of his God
22. 4 he shall not eat of the holy things, until
22. 6 shall not eat of the holy things, unless
22. 7 he shall . . afterward eat of the holy things
22. She shall not eat to defile himself therewith
22. io There shall no stranger eat (of) the holy
22. io an hired servant, shall not eat (of) the
22. ii if the priest buy . . he shall eat of it
22. ii he that is born iu his house, .shall eat of
22. 12 she may not eat of an offering of the holy
22. 13 she shall eat of her father s meat
22. 13 but there shall no stranger eat thereof
22. 14 if a man eat (of) the holy thing unwitt.
22. 16 when they eat their holy things : for I
23. 6 seven days ye must eat unleavened bread
23. 14 ye shall eat neither bread, nor parched
24. 9 and they shall eat it in the holy place
25. 12 ye shall eat the increase thereof out of
25. 19 ye shall eat your fill, and dwell therein
25. 20 What shall we eat the seventh year?
25. 22 eat (yet) of old fruit until the ninth year
25. 22 until her fruits come in ye shall eat (of)
26. 5 and ye shall eat your bread to the full
26. io ye shall eat old store, and bring forth the
26. 16 sow. .in vain, for your enemies shall eat
26. 26 and ye shall eat, and not be satisfied
26. 2q And ye shall eat the flesh of your sons
26. 29 the flesh of your daughters shall ye eat
26. 38 the land of your enemies shall eat you up
Num. 6. 3 neither shall he . . eat moist grapes, or
6. 4 shall he eat nothing that is made of the
9. 1 1 at even they shall keep it, (and) eat it with
n. 5 We remember the fish which we did eat
ii. 13 saying, Give us flesh, that we may eat
ii. 18 Sanctify yourselves .. ye shall eat flesh
ii. 1 8 LORD will give you flesh, and ye shall eat
ii. 19 Ye shall not eat one day, nor two days
ii. 21 I will give them flesh, that they may eat a
13. 32 a land that eateth up the inhabitants
15. 19 when ye eat of the bread of the land
18. 10 In the most holy . . shalt thou eat it
18. io every male shall eat it : it shall be holy
18. ii, 13 that is clean in thy house shall eat
18. 31 And ye shall eat it in every place
23. 24 he shall not lie down until he eat (of) the
25. 2 the people did eat, and bowed down to
Deut. 2. 6 shall buy meat of them . . that ye may eat
2. 28 sell me meat for money, that I may eat
4. 28 ye shall serve gods, .which neither, .eat
6. n when thou shalt have eaten, and be full
8. 9 A land wherein thou shalt eat bread
8. io, 12 When thou hast eaten and art full
9. 9, 18 neither did eat bread nor drink water
11. 15 And I will send, .that thou mayest eat
12. 7 there ye shall eat before the LORD your
12. 15 thou mayest kill and eat flesh in all thy
12. 15, 22 the unclean and the clean may eat
12. 16 Only ye shall not eat the blood ; ye shall
12. 17 Thou mayest not eat within thy gates the
12. 18 thou must eat them before the LORD thy
12. 20 and thou shalt say, I will eat flesh
12. 20 because thy soul longeth to eat flesh
12. 20 thou mayest eat flesh, whatsoever thy
12. 21 thou shalt eat iu thy gates whatsoever
12. 22 shalt eat them, .the clean shall eat
12. 23 Only be sure that thou eat not the blood
12. 23 thou mayest not eat the life with the flesh
12. 24 Thou shalt not eat it ; thou shalt pour it
12. 25 Thou shalt not eat it, that it may go
12. 27 thou shalt offer, .and thou shalt eat the
14. 3 Thou shalt not eat any abomiuable thing
14. 4 These (are) the beasts which ye shall eat
14. 6 among the beasts, that ye shall eat
14. 7 shall not eat of them that chew the cud
14. 8 ye shall not eat of their flesh, nor touch
14. 9 shall eat of all that (are) iu the waters
14. 9 that have fins and scales shall ye eat
14. io hath not fins and scales ye may not eat
14. 1 1 (Of) all clean birds ye shall eat
14. 12 these (are they) of which ye shall not eat
14. 20 (But of) all clean fowls ye may eat
14. 21 not eat (of) anything that dieth of itself
14. 21 unto the stranger, .that he may eat it
14. 23 thou shalt eat before the LORD thy God
14. 26 shalt eat there before the LORD thy God
14. 29 shall come, and shall eat and be satisfied
15. 20 Thou shalt eat (it) before the LORD thy
15. 22 Thou shalt eat it within thy gates
15. 23 Only thou shalt not eat the blood thereof
16. 3 Thou ahalt eat no learened bread with
16. 3 seven days shalt thou eat unleavened
16. 7 thou shalt roast and eat (it) iu the place
16. 8 Six days thou shalt eat unleavened bread
18. i they shall eat the offerings of the LORD
18. 8 They shall have like portions to eat
20. 14 thou shalt eat the spoil of thine enemies
20. 19 thou mayest eat of them, and thou shalt
23. 24 thou mayest eat grapes thy fill at
26. 12 may eat within thy gates, and be filled
26. 14 I have not eaten thereof in my mourning
27. 7 offer peace offerings, and shalt eat there
28. 31 Thine ox. .thou shalt not eat thereof
28. 39 (the grapes) ; for the worms shall eat them
28. 51 he shall eat the fruit of thy cattle, aud
EAT
Deut28. 53 thou shalt eat the fruit of thine own body
28. 55 flesh of his children whom he shall eat
28. 57 she shall eat them for want of all (things)
29. 6 Ye have not eaten bread, neither have ye
31. 20 shall have eaten and filled themselves
32. 13 he might eat the increase of the fields
32. 38 Which did eat the fat of their sacrifices
Josh. 5. ii they did eat of the old corn of the laud
5. 12 had eaten of the old corn of the land
5. 12 they did eat of the fruit of the laud of
24. 13 oliveyards which ye planted not do ye eat
Judg. 9. 27 did eat and drink, aud cursed Abirnulech
13. 4 drink not wine, .and eat not any uncleau
13. 7 drink no wine, .neither eat any unclean
13. 14 eat of any (thing) that conieth of the vine
13. 14 neither let her. .eat any unclean (thing)
13. 16 Though thou detain me, I will not eat of
14. 9 took thereof in his hands . . went on enting
14. 9 and he gave them, and they did eat
19. 4 they did tat and drink, and lodged there
19. 6 did eat and drink both of them together
19. 8 tarried until afternoon, and they did eat
19. 21 washed their feet, and did eat and drink
Ruth 2. 14 eat of the bread, and dip thy morsel in
2. 14 and she did eat, and was sufficed, and
3. 3 he shall have done eating and drinking
3. 7 when Boaz had eaten and drunk, aud his
1 Sa. i. 7 therefore she wept, and did not eat
i. 8 why weepest thou? and why eatest thou
i. 9 Hannah rose up after they had eaten in
1. 18 the woman went her way, and did eat
a. 36 that I may eat a piece of bread
9. 13 before he go up to the high place to cat
9. 13 for the people will not eat until he cotue
9. 13 (and) afterwards they eat that be bidden
9. 19 ye shall eat with me to day; and tomorrow
9. 24 which is left ! set(it) before thee, (and) eat
9. 24 So Saul did eat with Samuel that day
14. 24, 28 Cursed (be) the man that eateth (any>
14. 30 if haply the people had eaten freely
14. 32 the people did eat (them) with the blood
14. 33 in that they eat with the blood
14. 34 his sheep, and slay (them) here, and e.\t
14. 34 sin not against the LORD in eating with,
20. 24 the king sat him down to eat meat
20. 34 did eat no meat the second day of the
28. 20 eaten no bread all the day, nor all the
28. 22 eat, that thou mayest have strength when
28. 23 But he refused, and said, I will not eat
28. 25 And she brought (it), .and they did eat
30. ii and gave him bread, and he did eat
30. 12 when he had eaten, his spirit came agaia
30. 12 he had eaten no bread, nor drunk (any)
30. 16 eating and drinking, and dancing, beca.
2 Sa. 9. 7 shalt eat bread at my table continually
9. io that thy master s son may have food to eat
9. io master s son shall eat bread ahvay at my
9. ii eat at my table, as one of the king s sous
9. 13 he did eat continually at the king s table
ii. ii go into mine house, to eat and to drink
11. 13 when David had called him, he did eat
12. 3 it did eat of his own meat, aud drank of
12. 20 they set bread before him, and he did eat
12. 21 child was dead, thou didst rise and eat
13. 5 that I may see (it), and eat (it) at her hand
13. 9 poured (them) out. .but he refused to eat
13. ii when she had brought, .unto him to eat
16. 2 summer fruit for the young men to eat
17. 29 for the people that (were) with him, to eat
19. 28 them that did eat at thine own table
19. 35 can thy servant taste what I eat or what
19. 42 have we eaten at all of the king s (cost) ?
1 Ki. i. 25 they eat and drink before him, and say
1.41 heard (it) as they had made an end of eat.
2. 7 let them be of those that eat at thy table
4. 20 eating and drinking, and making merry
131. 8, 16 neither will I eat bread nor drink
13. 9 Eat no bread, nor drink water, nor turn
13. 15 Come home with me, and eat bread
13. 17 Thou shalt eat no bread nor drink water
13. 18 Bring him back, .that he may eat bread
13. 19 So he went back with him, and did eat
13. 22 But earnest back, and hast eaten bread
13. 22 Eat no bread, and drink no water
13. 23 it came to pass, after he had eaten bread
13. 28 the lion had not eaten the carcase, nor
14. ii dieth. .in the city shall the dogs eat
14. ii dieth in the field shall the fowls, .eat
16. 4 dieth . . in the city shall the dogs eat
16. 4 dieth. .in the fields shall the fowls, eat
17. 12 of meal, .that we may eat it, aud die
17. 15 and she, and he, and her house, did eat
18. 19 the prophets, .which eat at Jezebel s table
18. 41 Elijah said. .Get thee up, eat and drink
1 8. 42 So Ahab went up to eat and to drink
19. 5 angel touched him, and said . . Arise . . eat
19. 6 he did eat and drink, and laid him down
19. 8 Aud he arose, and did eat and drink
19. 21 he. .gave unto the people, and they did e.
21. 4 he. .turned away . .and would eat no bre.
21. 5 Why is thy spirit so sad, that thou eatest
21. 7 Arise, .eat bread, and let thine heart be
21. 23 The dogs shall eat Jezebel by the wall of
21. 24 dieth. .in the city the dogs shall eat
21. 24 dieth in the field shall the fowls, .eat
2 Ki. 4. 8 and she constrained him to eat bread
4. 8 as he passed by, he turned in. .to eat
4. 40 So they poured out for the men to eat
4. 40 as they were eating of the pottage, that
4. 40 Aud they could not eat (thereof)
4. 41 he said, Pour out. .that they may eat
4. 42 Give unto the people, that they may eat
EAT
2 Ki. 4. 43 Give the people, that they may eat
4. 43 They shall eat, and shall leave (thereof)
4. 44 he set (it) before them, and they did eat
6. 22 set bread and water, .that they may eat
6. 23 and when they had eaten and drunk
6. 28, 29 Give thy son, that we may eat him
6. 28 and we will eat my son to morrow
6. 29 So we boiled my son, and did eat him
7. 2, 19 thou shall see. .but shalt not eat
7. 8 they went into one tent, and did eat
9. 10 the dogs shall eat Jezebel in the portion
9. 34 he was come in, he did eat and drink
9. 36 In the portion of Jezreel shall dogs eat
1 8. 27 that they may eat their own dung, and
1 8. 31 eat ye every man of his own vine
19. 29 Ve shall eat this year such things as grow
19. 29 plant vineyards, and eat the fruits there.
23. 9 they did eat of the unleavened bread
25. 29 he did eat bread continually before him
1 Oh. 1 2. 39 they were with David, .eating and drink.
29. 22 And did eat and drink befofe the LORD
2 Oh. 30. 18 yet did they eat the passover otherwise
30. 22 they did eat throughout the feast seven
31. 10 we have had enough to eat, and have
Ezra a. 63 the Tirshatha said . . they should not eat
6. 21 all. .as had separated themselves .. did e.
9. 12 that ye may be strong, and eat the good
10. 6 he did eat no bread, nor drink water
h 5. 2 we take up corn, .that we may eat, and
5. 14 I and my brethren have not eaten the
7. 65 the Tirshatha said . . they should not eat
8. 10 Go your way, eat the fat, and drink the
8. 12 all the people went their way to eat
9. 25 so they did eat, and were filled, and
9. 36 thou gavest unto our fathers to eat the
Esth. 4. 16 neither eat nor drink three days, night
Job i. 4 called for their three sisters to eat
1. 13 his sons and his daughters (were) eating
1. 1 8 Thy sons and thy daughters (were) eating
21. 25 And another. . never eateth with pleasure
31. 8 let me sow, and let another eat; yea
31. 17 Or have eaten my morsel myself alone
31. 17 and the fatherless hath not eaten thereof
31. 39 If I have eaten the fruits thereof without
40. 15 Behold now behemoth, .he eateth grass
42. ii they, .did eat bread with him in his hou.
Psa 14. 4 who eat up my people. . they eat bread
22. 26 The meek shall eat and be satisfied
22. 29 All. .fat upon earth shall eat and worship
27. 2 When . . my foes, came upon me to eat up
41. 9 mine own. .friend.. which did eat of my
50. 13 Will I eat the flesh of bulls, or drink the
53. 4 who eat up my people . . the} eat bread
78. 24 had rained down manna upon them to e.
78 25 Man did eat angels food: he sent them
78. 29 So they did eat, and were well filled
02. 4 heart is smitten . . so that I forget to eat
02. 9 For I have eaten ashes like bread, and
05. 35 And did eat up all the herbs in their
06. 20 the similitude of an ox that eateth grass
06. 28 They joined . . and ate the sacrifices of the
27. 2 vain for you . . to eat the bread of sorrows
28. 2 thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands
Prov. 1.31 Therefore shall they eat of the fruit of
13. 2 A man shall eat good by the fruit of (his)
13. 25 righteous eateth to the satisfying of his
18. 21 they that love it shall eat the fruit
23. 7 Eat and drink, saith he to thee ; but his
23. 8 morsel (which) thou hast eaten shalt thou
24. 13 My son, eat thou honey, because (it is)
25. 1 6 eat so much as is sufficient for thee
25. 27 (It is) not good to eat much honey ; so
27. 1 8 Whoso keepeth the fig tree shall eat the
30. 17 and the young eagles shall eat it
30. 20 she eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and
31. 27 and eateth not the bread of idleness
Zccl. 2. 24 that he should eat and drink, and (that)
2. 25 For who can eat, or who else can hasten
3. 13 also that every man should eat and drink
4. 5 The fool .. eateth his own flesh
5. 11 increase, they are increased that eat them
5. 12 (is) sweet, whether he eat little or much
5. 17 All his days also he eateth in darkness
5. 18 (it is) good and comely (for one) to eat
5. 19 hath given him power to eat thereof, and
6 2 to eat thereof, but a stranger eateth it
8. 15 no better thing under the sun, than to e.
9. 7 eat thy bread with joy, and drink thy
10. 16 and thy princes eat in the morning :
10. 17 thy princes eat in due season, for strength
Song 4. 16 his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits
5. i I have eaten my honey comb with my h
5. i eat, O friends ; drink, yea, drink abun.
Isa. i 19 obedient, ye shall eat the good of the
3. 10 they shall eat the fruit of their doings
4. i We will eat our own bread, and wear our
5. 17 and the waste places, .shall strangers eat
-. 15 Butter and honey shall he eat, that he
7. 22 for the abundance of milk, .he shall eat
r 22 butter and honey shall every one eat
9. 20 he shall eat on the left hand, and they
9. 20 eat every man the flesh of his own arm
n. 7 and the lion shall eat straw like the ox
21. 5 watch in the watch tower, eat, drink
i2. 13 killing sheep, eating flesh, and drinking
22. 13 eat and drink; fur to morrow we shall die
23. 18 eat sufficiently, and for durable clothing
20. 8 hungry (man) dreameth, and, behold, he e.
30. 24 young asses, .shall eat clean provender
36. 12 they may eat their own dung, and drink
36. 16 eat ye every one of his vine, and every
37. 30 eat (this) year such as groweth of itself
L>86 EAT
Jer.
Isa. 37. 30 plant rineyards, and eat the fruit thereof
44. 16 with part thereof he eateth flesh
44. 10 I have roasted flesh, and eaten (it)
51. 8 and the worm shall eat them like wool
55. i come ye, buy.and eat ; yea, come, buy wine
55. 2 eat ye (that which is) good, and let your
59. 5 he that eateth of their eggs dieth, and
61. 6 ye shall eat the riches of the Gentiles
62. 9 they that have gathered it shall eat it
65. 4 eat swine s flesh, and broth of abominable
65. 13 servants shall eat, but ye shall be hungry
65. 21 plant vineyards, and eat the fruit of them
65. 22 they shall not plant, and another eat
65. 25 the lion shall eat straw like the bullock
66. 17 eating swine s flesh, and the abomination
a. 7 to eat the fruit thereof, and the goodness
5. 17 thy sons and thy daughters should eat
7. 21 put. .offerings unto, .sacrifices, and eat
15. 16 Thy words were found, and I did eat them
16. 8 to sit with them to eat and to drink
19. 9 shall eat every one the flesh of his friend
22. 15 Did not thy father eat and drink, and do
29. 5, 28 plant gardens, and eat the fruit of
31. 29 The fathers have eaten a sour grape, and
31. 30 every man that eateth the sour grape
41. : they did eat bread together in Mizpah
52. 33 he did continually eat bread before him
Lam. 2. 20 Shall the women eat their fruit, (and)
Eze. 2. 8 open thy mouth, and eat that I give thee
5. i Son of man, eat that thou flndest; eat
3. 3 Then did I eat (:t) ; and it was in my mo.
4. 9 hundred and ninety days shalt thou eat
4. 10 meat which thou shalt eat (shall be) by
4. 10 from time to time shalt thou eat it
4. 12 thou shalt eat it (as) barley cakes, and
4. 13 the children of Israel eat their defiled
4. 14 have I not eaten of that which dieth of
4. 1 6 they shall eat bread by weight, and with
5. 10 fathers shall eat the sons in the midst
5. 10 and the sous shall eat their fathers
12. 18 eat thy bread with quaking, and drink
12. 19 shall eat their bread with carefulness
16. 13 didst eat fine flour, and honey, and oil
1 8. 2 The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and
18. 6 hath not eaten upon the mountains
ii.. ii hath eaten upon the mountains, and de.
18. 15 (That) hath not eaten upon the mount.
22. 9 and in thee they eat upon the mountains
24. 17 cover not (thy) lips, and eat not the bread
24. 22 cover your lips, nor eat the bread of men
25. 4 they shall eat thy fruit, and they shall
33. 25 Ye ei.t with the blood, and lift up your
34. 3 Ye eat the fat, and >e clothe you with
39. :7 that ye may eat flesh, and drink blood
39. 1 8 Ye shall eat the flesh oi the mighty, and
39. 19 ye shall eat fat till ye be full, and drink
42. 1 3 priests . . shall eat the most holy things
44. 3 he shall sit in it to eat bread before the
44. 29 They shall eat the meat offering, and the
44. 31 The priests shall not eat of any thing
i. 12 let them give us pulse to eat, and water
1.13 the countenance of the children that eat
1. 15 than all the children which did eat the
:o. 3 I ate no pleasant bread, neither came
2. 12 and the beasts of the field shall eat them
4. 10 For they shall eat, and not have enough
S 33 They sacrifice flesh, .offerings . .and eat
0. 3 they shall eat unclean (things) in Assyria
9. 4 all that eat thereof shall be polluted
10. 13 ye have eaten the fruit of lies : because
1. 4 locust eaten, cankerworm eaten, .eaten
2. 25 the years that the locust hath eaten
2. 26 ye shall eat in plenty, and be satisfied
Amos 6. 4 That, .eat the lambs out of the flock, and
7. a when they had made an end of eating the
7. 12 there eat bread, and prophesy there
9. 14 they shall also make gardens, and eat
Mic. 3. 3 Who also eat the flesh of my people
6. 14 Thou shalt eat, but not be satisfied
7. i no cluster to eat ; my soul desired the
Xah. 3. 15 it shall eat thee up like the cankerworm
Hab. i. 8 shall fly as the eagle (that) hasteth to eat
Hap. i. 6 ye eat, but ye have not enough
Zech. 7. 6 when ye did eat, and when ye did drink
7. 6 did ye not eat . . and drink (for yourselves)
11. 9 let the rest eat every one the flesh of
ii. 1 6 but he shall eat the flesh of the fat
2. To be eaten, S;K nkal, 2.
Exodi2. 16 save (that) which every man must eat
3. To eat, *?38 nkal.
Dan. 4. 33 did eat grass as oxen, and his body was
1. Eating, food, H^-K oklah.
Exodi6. 15 which the LORD hath given you to eat
Lev. ii. 39 And if any beast, of which ye may eat
5. To eat, nourish, Jill, rn*i barah.
2 Sa. 12. 17 neither did he eat bread with them
13. 6 in my sight, that I may eat at her hand
13. 10 Bring the meat, .that 1 may eat of thine
6. To eat (bread), cnS lacham.
Psa. 141. 4 and let me not eat of their dainties
Prov. 4. 17 For they eat the bread of wickedness
9. 5 Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the
23. i When thou sittest to eat with a ruler
23. 6 Eat thou not the bread of . . au evil eye
7. To feed, enjoy, consume, njfi raah.
Eze. 34. 19 they eat that which ye have trodden with
8. To eat, fiifipuffKw bibrCsku.
John 6. 1 3 over and above unto them that had eaten
Dan.
Hos.
Joel
9. To taste, ytvofiai geuomai.
Acts 10. 10 became very hungry-, and would have ea.
20. 1 1 he .. was come up again and . . had . . eaten
23. 14 we will eat nothing until we have slain
10. To eat, tffdiu fsthio.
Matt. 9. ii Why eateth your Master with . .sinners ?
ii. 18 John came neither eating nor driuking
11. in The Son of man came eating and drinking
12. i began to pluck the ears of corn, and to e.
14. 21 they that had eaten were about five tho.
15. 2 wash not their hands when they eat
15. 27 yet the dogs eat of the crumbs which
15. 38 they that did eat were four thousand
24. 49 And shall begin . .to eat and drink with
26. 21 as they did eat, he said, Verily I say Mark i. 6 and he did eat locusts and wild honey
2. 16 the scribes, .saw him eat with publicans
2. 16 How is it that he eateth and drinketh
7. 2 they saw some of his disciples eat bread
7. 3 the Jews, .eat not, holding the tradition
7. 4 the market . . except . . they wash . . eat not
7. 5 thy disciples .. eat bread with unwashen
7. 28 yt the dogs under the table eat of the
14. 1 8 as they sat and did eat, Jesus said
14. 18 One of you which eateth with me, shall
14. 22 as they did eat, Jesus took bread, and
Luke 5. 30 Why do ye eat and drink M *th publicans
5. 33 the disciples of John fast. . out thine eat
6. i his disciples plucked . . and did eat
7. 33 John the Baptist came neither eating
7. 34 The Son of man is come eating and drin.
10. 7 in the same house remain, eating and d.
10. 8 eat such things as are set before you
12. 45 to eat and drink, and to be drunken
15. 16 with the husks that the swine did tat
17. 27 They did eat, they drank, they married
17. 28 they did eat, they drank, they bought
22. 30 That ye may eat and drink at my table
Acts 27. 35 when he had broken (it), he began to eat Rom 14. 2 another, who is weak, eateth herbs
14. 3 that eateth despise him that eateth not
14. 3 which eateth not judge him that eateth
14. 6 He that eateth, eateth to the Lord, for
14. 6 he that eateth not, to the Lord he eateth
14. 20 evil for that man who eateth with offence
1 Co. 8. 7 eat (it) as a thing offered unto an idol
8. 10 to eat those things which are offered to
9. 7 who planteth a vineyard, and eateth not
9. 7 who feedeth a flock, and eateth not of
10. 18 are not they which eat of the sacrifices
10. 25 eat, asking no questions for conscience
10. 27 whatsoever is set before you, eat, asking
10. 28 This is offered in sacrifice, .eat not for
10. 31 Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or
11. 22 have ye not houses to eat and to drink in
ii. 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 For he that eateth and drinketh unworth.
1 1 . 29 eateth and drinketh damnation to himself
11. 34 if any man hunger, let him eat at home
2 Th. 3. 10 would not work, neither should he eat
3. 12 that with quietness they work, and eat
11. To take or receive over, nfra\afj.0dvta metalam.
Acts 2. 46 they. . did eat their meat with gladness
12. To have pasture, e^co von^v echo nomen.
2 Ti. 2. 17 And their word will eat as doth a canker
1 3. To eat, gnaw, chew, devour, rpwyw trogr,.
Matt24. 38 they were eating and John drinking, marrying 6.54, 56 eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood
6. 57 so he that eateth me, even he shall live
6. 58 he that eateth of this bread shall live for
13. 18 He that eateth bread with me hath lifted
14. To eat, q>a.yu> phago.
Matt 6. 25 Take no thought, .what ye shall eat
6. 31 take no thought. .What shall we eat t
12. 4 entered into the house of God, and did eat
12. 4 which was not lawful for him to eat
14. 16 They need not depart ; give ye them to cat
14. 20 And they did all eat, and were filled
15. 20 to eat with uuwashen hands defileth not
15. 32 now three days, and hare nothing to eat
15. 37 And they did all eat, and were tilled
26. 17 wilt thou that we prepare for thee to eat
26. 26 and said, Take, eat; this is my body
.Mark 2. 26 How he went . . and did eat the shewbread
2. 26 which is not lawful to eat but for the
;. 20 that they could not so much as eat bread
;. 43 that something should be given her to e.
6. 31 they had no leisure so much as to eat
6. 36 buy . . bread : for they having nothing to a
6. 37 He answered. .Give ye them to eat
6. 37 Shall we. .buy. .and give them to eat?
6. 42 And they did all eat, and were filled
6. 44 they that did eat of the loaves were
8. i the multitude, .having nothing to eat
8. 2 three days, and have nothing to eat
8 So they did eat, and wtre filled
8. 9 they that had eaten were about four
ii. 14 No man eat -fruit of thee hereafter for
14. 12 that thou niayect eat the passover?
14- M where I shall eat the passover with my
14. 22 and said. Take, eat : this is my body- Luke 4. 2 And in those days he did eat nothing
6. 4 and did take and eat the shewbread, and
6. 4 which it is not lawful to eat but for the
7. 36 desired him that he would eat with him
9. 13 he said unto them, Give ye them to eat
9. 17 And they did eat, and were all tilled
EAT
Lukei2. 19 take thine ease, eat, drink, (and) be
12.22 Take no thought, .what ye shall eat
12. 29 And seek not ye what ye shall eat
13. 26 We have eaten and drunk in thy presence
14. i he went into the house, .to eat bread on
14 15 Blessed (is) he that shall eat bread in the
15 23 and kill (it) ; and let us eat, and be merry
17 8 and serve me, till I have eaten and drunk.
17! 8 afterward thou shalt eat and drink?
22. 8" prepare .. the passover, that we may eat
-ii where I shall eat the passover with my
-i. 15 With desire I have desired to eat this
22 1 6 I will not any more eat thereof, until it
24! 43 And he took (it), and did eat before them
John 4. 31 disciples prayed him, saying, Master, eat
4. 32 he said unto them, I have meat to eat
4 . 33 Hath any man brought him (ought) to e. ?
6. 5 Whence shall we buy. .that these may eat?
6. 23 unto the place where they did eat bread
6. 26 because ye did eat of the loaves, and
6. 31 Our fathers did eat manna in the desert
6. 31 He gave them bread from heaven to eat
6. 49 Your fathers did eat manna in the wild.
6. 50 that a man may eat thereof, and not die
6. 51 If any man eat of this bread, he shall live
6. 52 How can this man give us. .flesh to eat?
6. 53 Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man
6. 58 not as your fathers did eat manna
1 8. 28 but that they might eat the passover
Acis 9. 9 three days., and neither did eat nor drink
10. 13 there came a voice. .Peter ; kill, and eat
10. 14 for I have never eaten any thing that is
11. ?a voice saying. .Arise, Peter ; slay, and e.
23. 12, 21 neither eat nor drink till they had
Rom 14. 2 one believeth that he may eat all things
14. 21 good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink
14. 23 he that doubteth is damned if he eat
1 Co. 8. 8 for neither, if we eat, are we the better
8. 8 neither, if we eat not, are we the worse
8. 13 I will eat no flesh while the world stand.
9. 4 Have we not power to eat and to drink?
10. 3 And did all eat the same spiritual meat
10. 7 The people sat down to eat and drink
11. 20 (this) is not to eat the Lord s supper
ii. 24 he brake (it), and said, Take, eat: this is
1 1. 33 when ye come together to eat, tarry one
15. 32 let us eat and drink ; for to morrow we
2 Th. 3. 8 Xeither did we eat any man s bread for
Heb. 13. 10 whereof they have no right to eat which
Jas. 5. 3 and shall eat your flesh as it were fire
Rev. 2. 7, 17 him that overcometh will I give to e.
2. 14 to eat things sacrificed unto idols, and to
2. 20 to eat things sacrificed unto idols
10. 10 soon as I had eaten it, my belly was hitter
17. 1 6 shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire
19. 18 That ye may eat the flesh of kings, and
15. MIJ food, S:rh \lechem~].
Job 3. 24 For my sighing cometh before I eat
16./. his mouth was, v?3 [peh].
Gen. 25. 28 Isaac loved Esau, because he did eat of
17. To make common, SSn chalal, 3.
Deut 20. 6 and hath not (yet) eaten of it ? let him
20. 6 lest he die. .and another man eat of it
18. To go in unto the heart, in^N M3 bo el qcreb.
Gen. 41. 21 it could not be known that they had eaten
EAT, to cause or make to
1. To cause or give to eat, ^3x akal, 5.
Jer. 19. 9 I will cause them to eat the flesh of
Eze. 3. 2 and he caused me to eat that roll
3. 3 Son of man, cause thy belly to eat, and
2. To cause to eat, .Tia barah, 5.
2 Sa.3. 35 people came to cause David to eat meat
3. To (cause to) taste, Djfl? team.
Dan. 4. 25, 32 they shall make thee to eat grass as
EAT enough
To satiate, satisfy, fill, nopfvvvfj.1 korennumi.
Acts 27. 38 when they had eaten enough, they light.
EAT up, to
1 . To eat, Vrx akal.
Gen. 41. 4, 20 And the ill favoured .. kine did eat up
Num24. 8 he shall eat up the nations his enemies
Deut 28. 33 shall a nation, .thou knowest not eat up
Job 5. 5 Whose harvest the hungry eateth up, and
Psa. 69. o the zeal of thine house hath eaten me up
Isa. 50. 9 wax old. .the moth shall eat them up
51. 8 moth shall eat them up like a garment
Jer. 5. 17 And they shall eat up thine harvest
5. 17 they shall eat up thy flocks and thine h.
10. 25 they have eaten up Jacob, and devoured
Hos. 4. 8 They eat up the sin of my people, and
Ainos 7. 4 devoured the great deep, and did eat up
2. To swallow up, yV? bala.
Isa. 28. 4 while it is yet in his hand he eateth it up
3. To consume, i^a baar, 3.
Isa. 3. 14 ye have eaten up the vineyard ; the spoil
5. 5 take away the hedge . . it shall be eaten up
4. To feed, enjoy, cotisume, ny-\raah.
Eze. 34. 18 a small thing unto you to have eaten up
5.To go in unto the heart, rjirSx nia bo el-qcrcb.
Gen. 41. 21 And when they had eaten them up
6. To eat down or fully, Karatpdya kataphago.
John 2. 17 The zeal of thine house hath eaten me up
Rev. 10. o he said unto me, Take (it), and eat it up
10. 10 I took the little book, .and ate it up
EAT -with, to
To eat with, cvvfffSita sunesthiS.
Lukeis. 2 This, .receiveth sinners, and eateth with
Acts 10. 41 who did eat and drink with him after he
11. 3 Thou wentest in . . and didst eat with
i Co. 5.11 written . . with such an one no not to eat
Gal. 2. 12 he did eat with the Gentiles : but when
EATEN, to be
I.To be eaten, Sax akal, 2.
Gen. 6. 21 take thon unto thee of all food that is e.
Exodi2. 46 In one house shall it be eaten : thou
13. 3 there shall no leavened bread be eaten
13. 7 Unleavened bread shall be eaten seven
21. 28 and his flesh shall not be eaten ; but the
29. 34 it shall not be eaten, because it (is) holy
Lev. 6. 16 with unleavened bread shall it be eaten
6. 23 every meat offering, .shall not be eaten
6. 26 in the holy place shall it be eaten
6. 30 And no sin offering, .shall be eaten ; it
7. 6 it shall be eatrn in the holy place : it (is)
7. 15 the flesh, .shall be eaten the same day
7. 1 6 it shall be eaten the same day that he
7. 16 also the remainder of it shall be eaten
7. 18 And if (any) of the flesh, .be eaten at all
7. 19 And the flesh, .unclean, .shall not be eat.
11.13 they shall not be eaten, they (are) an ab.
1 1. 34 Of all meat which may be eaten, (that) on
ii. 41 every creeping thing, .shall not be eaten
ii. 47 between the beast that may be eaten
ii. 47 and the beast that may not be eaten
17. 13 any beast or fowl that may be eaten
19. 6 It shall be eaten the same day ye offer it
19. 7 if it be eaten at all on the third day
19. 23 three years, .it shall not be eaten of
22. 30 On the same day it shall be eaten up
Nuni28. 17 seven days shall unleavened bread be ea.
Deut 12. 22 as the roebuck and the hart is eaten
14. 19 every creeping thing, .shall not be eaten
Job 6. 6 Can that which is unsavoury be eaten
Jer. 24. 2 which could not be eaten, they were so
24. 3 that cannot be eaten, they are so evil
24. 8 which cannot be eaten, they are so evil
29. 17 like vile figs, that cannot be eaten
Eze. 45. 21 unleavened bread shall be eaten
2. To cause to burn, consume, nya baar, 3.
Isa. 6. 13 and (it) shall return, asd shall be eaten
EATEN, to cause to be
To cause to eat up, consume, lya baar, 5.
Exod22. 5 If a man shall cause a field, .to be eaten
EATER
To eat, *?;$ akal.
Judg 14. 14 Out of the eater came forth meat, and
Isa. 55. 10 seed to the sower, and bread to the eater
Nah. 3. 12 even fall into the mouth of the eater
EATING
I. Eating, food, *?2N okel.
Exodi2. 4 every man according to his eating shall
j6. 16, 18, 21 every man according to his eating
I.Eating, (the act), $pffis brosis.
i Co. 8. 4 concerning therefore the eating of those
3. To eat, ipayw phago.
i Co. ii. 21 in eating every one taketh before (other)
EATING, to be
To eat, fffOtw esthio.
Matt 26. 26 as they were eating, Jesus took bread
EATING, while... is
Food, D?n^>
lechum.
Job 20. 23 shall rain (it) upon him while he is eating
E -BAI, "?3<y bare.
1. Son of Shobal, son of Seir the Horite. B.C. 1797.
Gen. 36. 23 children of Shobal (were) these . . E.
i Ch. i. 40 The sons of Shobal. .E., Shephi, and On.
2. A rocky mountain in Ephraim.
Deut ii. 29 and the curse upon mount E.
27. 4 I command you this day, in mount E.
27. 13 these shall stand upon mount E. to curse
Josh. 8. 30 Then Joshua built an altar, .in mount E.
8. 33 and half of them over against mount E.
3. A son of Joktan, son of Eber grandson of Shem, B.C.
22OO.
i Ch. i. 22 And E., and Abimael, and Sheba
E -BED, 13^ servant, slave.
1. An\Ephramite, father of Gaal who rebelled against
Abimelech when he was reigning in Shechem, B.C. 1209.
Judg. 9. 26 Gaal the son of E. came with his brethren
9. 28 Gaal the son of E. said, Who (is) Abimel.
9. 30 heard the words of Gaal the son of E.
9. 31 Gaal the son of E., and his brethren, be
o. 35 Gaal the son of E. went out, and stood
2. One of the Bene-Adin that came up with Ezra, B.C.
Ezra 8. 6 E. the son of Jonathan, and with him
EBED ME -LECH, ~^D 13]^ servant of (he king.
An Ethiopian eunuch in the service of Zedekiah, through
whose aid Jeremiah was released from prison, B.C. 589.
Jer. 38. 7 Now, when E. the Ethiopian . .heard that
38. 8 E. went forth out of the king s house
38. 10 Then the king commanded E. the Ethio.
EDGE
Jer. 38. ii So E. took the men with him, and went
38. 12 And E. the Ethiopian said unto Jeremiah
39. 16 Go and speak to E. the Ethiopian, saying
E -BER, HE -BER, i^y a shoot.
1. A great grandson of Shem, B.C. 2255.
Gen. 10. 21 the father of all the children of E.
10. 24 Arphaxad begat Salah ; and S. begat E.
10. 25 unto E. were born two sons : the name
11. 14 Salah lived thirty years, and begat E.
ii. 15 Salah lived after he begat E. four hundred
ii. 16 E. lived four and thirty years, and begat
ii. 17 E. lived after he begat Peleg four hundred
i Ch. i. 1 8 Arphaxad begat Shelah, and S. begat E.
i. 19 unto E. were born two sons : the name
1. 25 E., Peleg, Reu
2. The head of a family in Gad, B.C. 800.
i Ch. 5. 13 Jorai, and Jachan, and Zia, and H.
3. A son of Elpaal, a Benjamite, B.C. noo.
i Ch. 8. 12 sons of Elpaal ; E., and Misham, and
4. A son of Shashak, a Benjamite, B.C. 1340.
i Ch. 8. 22 And Ishpan, and H., and Eliel
5.A priest of the family of Amok, B.C. 447.
Neh. 12. 20 Of Sallai, Kallai ; of Amok, E.
6. This name seems used as a patronymic denoting the
descendants of Eber ; but it may also be understood as
referring to those " beyond the river."
Nuni24. 24 And ships, .shall afflict E., and he also
| E-BEN E -ZER, -iijjn ]?N stone of the help.
\ A stone set up by Samuel after a defeat of the Philis
tines as a memorial of the help received, B.C. 1141. It
stood between Mizpeh("the watch-tower, "a few miles
N. of Jerusalem) and Shen (" the tooth or crag *).
i Sa. 4. i Israel went out . . and pitched beside E.
5. i Philistines . . brought it from E. unto Ash.
7. 12 Then Samuel .. called the name of it E.
EB-IA -SAPH, r
,c;3K the father of gathering.
A great-grandson of Korah, B.C. 1470. (See Abiasaph.)
1 Ch. 6. 23 Elkanah his son, and E. his son, and
6. 37 Assir, the son of E., the son of Korah
9. 19 Kore, the son of E., the son of Korah, and
EBONY
Ebony, D 33n hobnim.
Eze. 27. 15 (for) a present horns of ivory and ebony
EB-RO -NAH, nypy bank, beach, coast.
The thirtieth station of the Israelites in the Wilder
ness, and the nineteenth from Sinai, near Ezion-geber
on the Red Sea.
Xuni33. 34 they removed., and encamped at E.; 33.35.
EDAR. .See EDER.
E -DEN, py delight.
1. The place of man s creation and first abode ; the
situation of which is uncertain.
Gen. 2. 8 And the LORD planted a garden . . in E.
2. 10 a river went out of E. to water the garden
2. 15 put him into the garden of E. to dress it
3. 23 sent him forth from the garden of E.
3. 24 he placed at the east of the garden of E.
4. 16 in the land of >
T
od, on the east of E.
Isa. 51. 3 he will make her wilderness like E., and
Eze. 28. 13 Thou hast been in E. the garden of God
31. 9 so that all the trees of E. . .envied him
31. 16 all the trees of E. . .shall be comforted
31. 18 whom art thou. .among the trees of E. ?
31. 18 be brought down with the trees of E.
36. 35 This land. .is. .like the garden of E.
Joel 2. 3 the land (is) as the garden of E. before
2. A Gershomite, son of Joah, B.C. 726.
2 Ch.29. 12 Joah the son of Zimmah, and E. the son
3. A Levite in the time of Hezekiah appointed to dis
tribute the oblations, B.C. 726.
2 Ch.3i. 15 next him (were) E., and Miniamin, and
4. A mart that supplied Tyre with richly embroidered
stuffs. It is associated with Haran, Sheba, and Asshur.
The sons of Eden are mentioned with Gozan, Haran,
and Rezeph as victims of Assyrian conquest. It
probably lay to the X.W. of Mesopotamia, or near
Damascus.
2 Ki.ig. 12 children of E. which (were) in Thelasar?
Isa. 37. 12 children of E. which (were) in Telassar?
Eze. 27. 23 flaran, and Canneh, and E., the mercha.
Amos i. 5 holdeth the sceptre from the house of E.
E -DER, E -DAR, TiJ? flock.
1. A place near Ephrath in Bethlehem.
Gen. 35. 21 spread his tent beyond the tower of E.
2. A border city in the S. of Judah towards Edom. See
also Adar and Arad.
Jos. 15. 21 uttermost cities, .of Judah. .were. .E.
3. A grandson of Merari son of Levi, B.C. 1015.
i Ch.23- 23 sons of Mushi ; Mahli, and E., and Jer.
24. 30 sons also of Mushi ; Mahli, and E., and
EDGE
I. Mouth, n$peh.
Gen. 34. 26 slew Hamor. .with the edge of the sword
Exodi?. 13 discomfited Amalek. .with the edge of
>
Tum2i. 24 smote him with the edge of the sword
Deut 1 3. 15 surely smite, .with the edge of the swora
13. 15 cattle thereof, with the edge of the sword
20. 13 shalt smite, .with the edge of the sword
Josh. 6. 21 destroyed all. .with the edge of the swo.
8. 24 were all fallen on the edge of the sword
8. 24 and smote it with the edge of the sword
EDGE 288 EGLON
Josh 10. 28, 30 smote it with the edge of the sword
10. 32, 35, 37 smote it with the edge of the
10. 39 smote them with the edge of the sword
it. ii smote all. .with the edge of the sword
n. 12 smote them with the edge of the sword
n. 14 they smote with the edge of the sword
19. 47 smote it with the edge of the sword, and
Judg. i. 8 and smitten it with the edge of the swo.
i. 25 smote the city with the edge of the swo.
4. 15 discomttted Sisera. . with the edge of the
4. 16 the host . . fell upon the edge of the sword
1 8. 27 smote them with the edge of the sword
20. 37 smote . .thecity with the edge of|the sword
20. 48 smote them with the edge of the sword
21. jo smite the inhabitants, .with the edge of
1 Sa. 15. 8 destroyed all the people with the edge of
22. 19 smote he with the edge of the sword
22. 19 and sheep, with the edge of the sword
2 Sa. 15. 14 smite the city with the edge of the sword
2 Ki. 10. 25 smote them with the edge of the sword
Job i. 15, 17 slain the servants with the edge of
Jer. 21. 7 smite them with the edge of the sword
2. Mouth, n;9 peyah.
Judg. 3. 16 made him a dagger which had two edges
3. Faces, face, D ^9 panim.
Eeel.io. 10 iron be blunt, and he do not whet the e.
4. Sharpness, i?s tsur.
Psa. 89. 43 hast also turned the edge of his sword
5.End. extremity, nyjj qatsali.
Exod.2S. 7 shoulder pieces, .joined at the twoedges
Q.End, extremity, nsjj qatseh.
Exod.i3. 20 in Etham, in the edge of the wilderness
26. 5 fifty loops shall thou make in the edge
36. 12 fifty loops made he in the edge of the
1X1111133. 6 which (is) in the edge of the wilderness
33. 37 mount Hor, in the edge of the laud of
Josh. 13. 27 unto the edge of the sea of Chiuuereth
7. End, extremity, rnsp qitsvah.
Exod.3g. 4 by the two edges was it coupled together
8. Lip, .12^7 saphah.
Exodio. 4 loops of blue upon the edge of the one
26. 4 in the uttermost edge of (another) curta.
26. 10 loops on the edge of the one curtain
26. 10 fifty loops in the edge of the curtain
36. ii loops of blue on the edge of one curtain
36. 17 upon the uttermost edge of the curtain
36. 17 fifty loops made he upon the edge of the
Eze. 43. 13 the border thereof by the edge thereof
9. Month, ffr6fia, stoma.
Luke 21. 24 they shall fall by the edge of the sword
Heb. ii. 34 escaped the edge of the sword, out of
EDGE, to be set on
To be blunt, nnjj qahah.
Jer. 31. 29 and the children s teeth are set on edge
31. 30 sour grape, his teeth shall be set on ed.
Eze. 18. 2 and the children s teeth are set on edge?
EDGES, with two
Tw mouthed, SiVroyuoy distomos.
Rev. 2. 12 which hath the sharp sword with two ed.
EDIFICATION
Building up, oiKo5o/j.r] oikodomi.
Rom 15. 2 please (his) neighbour, .to edification
1 Co. 14. 3 speaketh unto men (to) edification
2 Co. 10. 8 the Lord hath given us for edification
13. 10 the Lord hath given me to edification
EDIFY, to
To build up, oiKoSo/iifu oikodomeO.
Acts 9. 31 had the churches rest, .and were edified
i Co. 8. i Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edifi.
10. 23 lawful for me, but all things edify not
14. 4 speaketh in an (unknown) tongue edifleth
14. 4 he that prophesieth edifieth the church
14. 17 but the other is not edifled
i Th. 5. 1 1 and edify one another, even as also ye do
EDIFY, things wherewith one may
The thiitys of the buildiny up, rit rfjs oiKoSojufjs.
Rom. 14. 19 things wherewith one may edify another
EDIFYING
I. Building up, otKoSo/xi? oihodoml.
1 Co. 14. 5 that the church may receive edifying
14. 12 may excel to the edifying of the church
14. 26 Let all things be done unto edifying
2 Co. 12. 19 but (we do) all things, .for your edifying
Eph. 4. 12 for the edifying of the body of Christ
4. 16 increase of the body unto the edifying
4. 29 that which is good to the use of edifying
3. Building up, of/coSo/xjo oikodomia.
i H. i. 4 ratherthangodlyedifying which is infaith
E -DOM, Cix red.
1. Elder son of Isaac, and so named from the colour of
the lentile pottage for which he sold his birthright to
his twin brother Jacob, B.C. 1809.
Gen. 25. 30 therefore was his name called E.
36. i these, .the generations of Esau, who(is)E.
36. 8 Thus dwelt Esau in . .Seir : Esau (is) E.
36. 19 These (are) the sons of Esau, who (is) E.
2. This name is also employed to designate both the
people that sprang from Esau and the country in which
they lived. (In Mark 3. 8 only is the country called
Idumea). Previously the country- waa called Mount
Seir, from the progenitor of the Horites, who had their
name from Hori grandson of Seir, because it was de
scriptive of their habits as dwellers in caves.
lieu. 32. 3 unto the land of Seir, the country of E.
36. 16 the dukes, .of Eliphaz in the land of E.
36. 17 the dukes, .of Reuel in the land of E.
36. 21 the children of Seir in the land of E.
36. 31 the kings that reigned in the laud of E.
36. 32 Bela the son of Beor reigned in E.
36. 43 duke Magdiel . . these (be) the dukes of K.
Exodis. 15 Then the dukes of E. shall be amazed
Nuni2o. 14 sent messengers, .unto the king of E.
20. 18 E. said unto him, Thou shalt not pass by
20. 20 E. came out against him with much pe.
20. 21 E. refused to give Israel passage through
20. 23 by the coast of the land of E., saying
21. 4 journeyed, .to compass the land of E.
24. 18 E. shall be a possession, Seir also shall
33. 37 Hor, in the edge of the land of E.
34. 3 the wilderness . . along by the coast of E.
Josh. 15. i to the border of E. the wilderness of
15. 21 cities of. . Judah toward the coast of E.
Judg. 5. 4 thou marchedst out of the field of E.
ii. 17 sent messengers unto the king of E.
ii. 17 but the king of E. would not hearken
ii. 18 Then they, .compassed the laud of E.
1 Sa. 14. 47 Saul, .fought, .against E., and against
2 Sa. 8. 14 he put garrisous in E.; throughout all E.
1 Ki. 9. 26 the shore of the Red sea, in the land of E.
ii. 14 he (was) of the king s seed in E.
ii. 15 it came to pass, when David was in E.
ii. 15 after he had smitten every male in E.
ii. 16 until he had cut off every male in E.
22. 47 then no king in E. ; a deputy (was) king
2 Ki. 3. 8 The way through the wilderness or E.
3. 9 the king of Judah, and the king of E.
3. 12 Jehoshaphat and the king of E. went
3. 20 behold, there came water by th e way of E.
3. 26 to break through, .unto the king of E.
8. 20, 22 E. revolted from under the hand of
14. 7 He slew of E. in the valley of Salt ten
14. 10 Thou hast indeed smitten E., and thine
1 Ch. i. 43 the kings that reigned in the land of E.
i. 51 the dukes of E. were ; duke Timnah, d.
i. 54 duke Irani. These (are) the dukes of E.
18. ii from E., and from Moab, and from the
18. 13 he put garrisons in E. ; and all the Edo.
2 Ch. 8. 17 to Eloth, at the sea side in the land of E.
25. 20 because they sought after the gods of E.
Psa. 60. title, and smote of E. in the valley of Salt
60. 8 over E. will I cast out my shoe : Philistia
60. o the strong city ? who will lead me into E. :
83. 6 The tabernacles of E., and the Ishmael.
108. 9 over E. will I cast out my shoe ; over P.
108. 10 the strong city ? who will lead me into E. .
137. 7 Remember, O LORD, the children of E. in
Isa. ii. 14 they shall lay their hand upon E. and M.
63. i Who (is) this that cometh from E., with
Jer. 9. 26 Egypt, and Judah, and E., and the chil
25. 21 E., and Moab, and the children of Annn.
27. 3 send them to the king of E., and to the
40. ii Likewise, .all the Jews that (were) in. E.
49. 7 concerning E., thus saith the LORD of
49. 17 Also E. shall be a desolation : every one
49. 20 of the LORD, that he hath takenagainst E.
49. 22 shall the heart of the mighty men of E.
Lam. 4. 21 Rejoice and be glad, daughter of E.
4. 22 he will visit thine iniquity, O daughter of E.
Eze. 25. 12 Because that E. hath dealt against the
25. 13 I will, .stretch out mine hand upon E
25. 14 And I will lay my vengeance upon E.
25. 14 they shall do in E. according to mine
32. 29 There (is) E., her kings, and all her prin.
Dan. ii. 41 these shall escape out of his haud. .E.
Joel 3. 19 E. shall be a desolate wilderness, for the
Amos i. 6 the whole captivity, to deliver.. up to E.
i. 9 delivered up the whole captivity to E.
1. ii For three transgressions of E. . .1 will not
2. i he burned the bones of the king of E. into
9. 12 That they may possess the remnant of K.
Obad. i Thus saith the Lord GOD concerning E.
8 Shall I not. .destroy the wise, .out of E.
Mai. i. 4 Whereas E. saith, We are impoverished
E-DOM-ITES, Q pnx, ciix adomim, edom.
The patronymic of the descendants of Edom or Esau.
Their first form of government resembled that of the
modern Bedawin, each tribe having a petty chief or
Sheikh.
Gen. 36. 9 Esau the father of the E. in mount Seir
36. 43 he (is) Esau the father of the E.
Deut 23. 7 Thou shalt not abhor an E. ; for he (is)
i Sa. 21. 7 his name (was) Doeg, an E., the chiefest of
22. 9 Then answered Doeg the E., which was
22. 18 Doeg the E. turned, and he fell upon the
1 Ki. ii. i Solomon loved, .women of the.. E.,Zidon.
ii. 14 And the LORD stirred up. .Hadad the E.
2 Ki. 8. 21 he rose by night, and omote the E. which
1 Ch. 18. 12 the son of Zeruiah slew of the E. in the
18. 13 and all the E. became David s servants
2 Ch.2i. 8 In his days the E. revolted from under
21. 9 he rose up by night, and smote the E.
21. 10 So the E. revolted from under the hand
25. 14 was come from the slaughter of the E.
25. 19 Thou sayest, Lo, thou hast smitten the E.
28. 17 For again the E. had come and smitt.-n
Psa. 52. title, when Doeg the E. came and told Saul
ED-RE -I, 7"HN sown land.
1. A city of Og, in the S^ of Bashan, and N. of the river
Jabbok, given to Manasseh. It is 25 miles from Bozrah
and 9 from Abila (now Draa), which is itself 24 from
Damascus.
Nuni2i. 33 he, and all his people, to the battle at E.
Deut i. 4 and Og. .which dwelt at Astaroth in E
3. i he and all his people, to the battle at E.
3. 10 Salchah and E., cities of the kingdom of
Josh. 12. 4 Og. .that dwelt at Ashtaroth ana at E.
13. 12 Og. .which reigned in Ashtaroth and in E.
13. 31 Ashtaroth, and E., cities of the kingdom.
>. A city of the tribe of Naphtali.
Josh. 1 9. 37 And Kedesh, and E., and Eu-hazor
EFFECT
I. Matter, 171 dabar.
Eze 12. 23 The days are at hand, and the effect of
"2. Service, niog. abodah.
Isa. 32. 17 the effect of righteousness quietness and
EFFECT, to become of no
To be made useless, Karapyfo/jiai katargeomai.
Gal. 5. 4 Christ is become of no effect unto you
EFFECT, to make of none
\.Tobreak, discourage, disallow, xu no, 5.
Psa. 33. 10 he maketh the devices, .of none effect
2. To break, make void, ~r\$ parar, 5.
Nuni3o. 8 he shall make her vow. .of none effect
3. To makepowerless, lordlcsx, a.Kvp6ca akuroo.
Matt. 15. 6 Thus have ye made . . of none effect by
Mark 7. 13 making the word of God of none effect
4. To make useless, Karapyfta katargeo.
Rom. 4. 14 and the promise made of none effect
Gal. 3. 17 it should make the promise of none effect
5. To make vain, empty, Kev6a> kenoij.
1 Co. 1.17 the cross .. should be made of none effect
EFFECT, to make without
To make useless, Karapytta kafargeo.
Rom. 3. 3 make the faith of God without effect ?
EFFECT, to take none
To fall out of, KiriiTT(o ekpipld.
Rom. 9. 6 the word of Grd hath taken none effect
EFFECT, to (prosperously)
1. To do, rfyy asah.
Jer. 48. 30 saith the LORD, .his lies shall not so effect
2. To cause to prosper, r^> tsuleach, 5.
2 Ch. 7. ii all that came, .he prosperously effected
EFFECTUAL
In working, ivfpyj\s energes.
1 Co. 16. Q For a great door and effectual is opened
Phm. 6 That the communication . . may become e.
EFFECTUAL, to be
To work in, tvtpyfia eergefi.
2 Co. i. 6 which is effectual in the enduring of the
EFFECTUAL fervent
To work in, tvepyeuenergeo.
Jas. 5.16 The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous
EFFECTUAL working
Inworking, ivtpytia. energeia.
Eph. 3. 7 given unto me by the effectual working
4. 1 6 according to the effectual working in the-
EFFECTUALLY in, to work
To work iii, Ivfpytta energeo.
Gal. 2. 8 For he that wrought effectually in Peter
i Th. 2. 13 which effectually worketh also in you that
EFFEMINATE
Soft, fj.a\a.Kos malakos.
1 Co. 6. 9 nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves
EGG
l.-Ki/g, yolk, curdled milk, TRC^r, challamitth.
Job 6. 6 is there (any) taste in the white of an egg?
2. Eggs, DT3 betsim.
Deut 22. 6 young ones, or eggs, and the dam
22. 6 and the dam sitting upon . . the eggs
Job 39. 14 Which leaveth her eggs in the earth, ami
Isa. 10. 14 and as one gathereth eggs (that are) left
59. 5 They hatch cockatrice eggs, and weave
59. 5 he that eateth of their eggs dieth, and that
3. E(jj, u6v of>n.
Luken. 12 Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer
EG -LAH, njujj calf.
One of David s wives, and mother of his 6th sou, B.C.
1050.
2 Sa. 3. 5 And the sixth, Ithream, by E., David s
i Ch. 3. 3 the sixth, Ithream by E., his wife
EG LA -M, c;^x double spring.
A city of Moab, eight miles S. of Areopolis.
Isa. 15. 8 the howling thereof unto E., and. .Beer.
EG -LON, jiSjj; circle.
1. An Amorite* city in X.W. of Judah (now Ajlan),
in the Shffelah or " low country." King Debir was iU
ruler when Joshua conquered it and its four confederate
cities.
Josh. 10. 3 sent . . unto Debir king of E., saying
10. 5 king of Lachish, the king of E., gathered
10. 23 the king of Lachish, (and) the king of E.
10. 34 from Lachish Joshua passed unto E.
10. 36 Joshua went up from E., and all Israel
10. 37 according to all that he had done to E.
12. 12 The king of E., one ; the king of Gezer
15. 39 Lachish, and Bozkath and E.
EGYPT
2. A king of the Moabites who, aided by the Ammonites
and Amalekites, crossed the Jordan and took "the city
of Palm-trees," or Jericho, where he built a palace and
continued for eighteen years to oppress the Israelites.
He was slain by Ehud, son of Gera, a Benjamite, B.C.
i336 -
Judg. 3. 12 the LORD strengthened E. the king of
3. 14 So the children of Israel served E. the
3. 15 Israel sent a present unto E. the king of
3. 17 E. king of Moab : and E. (was) a very fat
E -OYPT, 0"isC, Atyinrros, Metrpaiv.
A country at the N.E. angle of Africa, and lying between
31 37 and 24 i N. ; and 27 13 and 34 12 E. Its
limits appear to have been almost always the same.
In Eze. 29. 10 and 30.
6 the whole country is spoken of as
extending from Jligdol to Syene, which indicates the
same limits to the E. and S. as at present. The tract
irrigated by the Nile was, in ancient times, the real
extent of Egypt. In modern times alone has the name
been used in a more extended sense. In the Bible the
common iiameis";.Vifsratw or " the land of Mitsrairn."
It was colonised by the descendants of Ham. The word
Mitsraim is dual, and indicates the natural division of
the country into an upper and lower region the plain
of the Delta, and the narro\y valley above, as it, has
been commonly called at all times. When the singular
form Matsor occurs, some suppose it points out Lower
Egypt only. Matsor means " red mud." The "land of
Ham," is also poetically used in the Bible for Egypt.
The foliowing table has been compiled from the works
of the best authorities : In B.C. 2717 Menes.the lirst king
of Egypt, and founder of the Thiuite dynasty, begins to
reign; 2280 Thebes founded; 2188 Memphis founded;
2126 Egypt divided into Egypt proper, Lower Egypt,
This, and Memphis; 2122 Hieroglyphics invented by
Athotes ; 2120 Suphis and his brother Seusuphis build
pyramids to the north of Memphis, which still exist;
2100 Osymandyas extends his conquests into Asia ; the
worship of Osiris, Isis, Phtha, and Ammou introduced;
2080 Memphis taken by the shepherd kings of Phoenicia,
who establish their dynasty ; 1938 lake Mceris con
structed ; 1920 arrival of Abraham, and expulsion of
the shepherd kings ; 1891 Syphoas introduces common
letters; 1828 the Phoenicians expelled from Lower
Egypt ; 1822 Memuon invents the Egyptian alphabet ;
1821 Ameuophis I. becomes king of all Egypt; 1728
Joseph sold into Egypt ; 1706 settlement of Jacob and
his family in Goshen; 1635 death of Joseph; 1618
accession of Sesostris; 1615 the Ethiopians obtain a
footing in Egypt; 1491 the ten plagues are suffered by
the Egyptians, and the exodus of the Israelites is
accomplished ; 1485 reign of Egyptus, from whom the
country is named Egypt instead of Mizraim ; 1322 com
mencement of first Sothic cycle ; 1308 reign of Sethos,
who builds the temple of Vulcan at Memphis, and
other works; 1214 reign of Thuoris, or Proteus; 1183
Menelaus arrives in Egypt after the Trojan war, and
receives Helen from Thuoris ; 1082 reign of Cheops ;
1004 alliance between Shishak, king of Egypt, and
Solomon ; 972 Shishak invades Judea, and takes Jeru
salem ; 82; accession of Peterbastes, founder of the
Tanaite dynasty ; 786 Egypt establishes her supremacy
over the .Mediterranean ; 781 commencement of the
Saite dynasty ; 769 So, the Ethiopian, deposes Anysis ;
722 alliance with Hosea kingof Israel ; 719 So abdicates
and returns to Ethiopia ; 711 invaded by Sennacherib
king of Assyria; 685 Egypt divided between twelve
kings ; 660 Psammetichus I. obtains the sovereignty of
the whole of Egypt ; 630 siege of Azotus, or Ashdod, by
Psammetichus it lasts twenty years ; 610 Pharaoh
Necho attempts to connect the Mediterranean and Red
Seas by a canal; but, after losing 120,000 men, com
pelled to relinquish the undertaking; 605 Pharaoh
Necho defeated by Nebuchadnezzar ; 600 Psammis,
king of Egypt, invades Ethiopia ; 581 Nebuchadnezzar
deposes Pharaoh Hophra, or Apries ; 572 he ravages
Egypt; 569 makes Amasis king, during whose reign
Egypt contains 20,000 cities ; 554 Solon visits it ; 536
Pythagoras visits it ; 535 Cyrus renders Egypt tributary;
525 Cambyses invades Egypt, and abolishes the empire
of the Pharaohs ; 484 Xerxes suppresses an insurrection
of the Egyptians; 460 Inarus rebels against the
Persians; 418 Herodotus visits Egypt ; 413 Amyrtseus
restores it to independence ; 350 it is again subjected to
Persia by Ochus ; 332 Alexandria founded by Alexander
the Great; 322 Ptolemy I (Soter) restores the inde
pendence of Egypt, and transfers the seat of govern
ment to Alexandria; 320 revolt of Phoenicia, and
immigration of about 100,000 Jews ; 314 Phoenicia is
wrested from Egypt by Autigonus, king of Phrygia;
301 battle of Ipsus, which secures the independence of
Egypt, and final restoration of Phoenicia ; 273 an
Egyptian embassy arrives at Rome ; 272 Memphis is
made capital ; 246 Ptolemy III. invades Syria ; 217
battle of Raphia, which subjects Coele-Syria and
Palestine to the Egyptian yoke ; 203 alliance concluded
with Rome Judea is lost; 198 Syria regains its inde
pendence ; 183 an insurrection quelled by Polycrates ;
171 Antiochus Epiphanes defeats Euleeus, regent of
Egypt, and makes him prisoner ; 164 kingdom divided
between Ptolemy VI. and his brother Physcon; 146
Ptolemy falls in battle, and Physcon usurps the
throne; 131 Physcou (Ptolemy VII.) puts away his
wife Cleopatra and marries her daughter by his own
brother; 129 is compelled to flee to Cyprus; 128 a
pestilence, caused by swarms of locusts, carries off
800,000 of the population ; 107 Cleopatra compels
Ptolemy VIII. to retire to Cyprus, and governs Egypt ;
88 civil war between Ptolemy VIII. and Alexander I. ;
82 capture and destruction of Thebes ; 80 abdication
of Alexander III., and election of Ptolemy X., who
289
renders his country tributary to the Romans ; 58 the
Egyptians expel Ptolemy X., and establish Berenice
and Tryphaena ; 51 death of Ptolemy., who leaves his
kingdom to Ptolemy XI. and Cleopatra; 49 Ptolemy
expels Cleopatra, and civil war eusues.
Gen. 12. 10 Abram went down into E. to sojourn there
12. ii when he was come near to enter into E.
12. 14 it came to pass .Abram was come into E.
13. i Abram went up out of E., he, and his
13. 10 like the land of E., as thou comest unto
13. 18 from the river of E. unto the great river
31. 21 took him a wife out of the land of E.
25. 18 from Havilah unto Shur, that (is) before E.
26. 2 And the LORD . . said, Go not down into E.
37. 25 bearing, .myrrh, .to carry (it) down to E.
37. 28 and they brought Joseph into E.
37. 36 the Midianites sold him into E. unto P.
39. i And Joseph was brought down to E.
40. i the butler of the king of E. and (his) ba.
40. i had offended their lord the king of E.
40. 5 the butler and the baker of the king of E.
41. 8 sent and called for all the magicians of E.
41. 19 such as I never saw in all the land of E.
41. 29 great plenty throughout all the land of E.
41. 30 plenty shall be forgotten in the land of E.
41.33 man . . wise, and set him over the land of E.
41. 34 take up the fifth part of the land of E.
41. 36 of famine, which shall be in the land of E.
41. 41 I have set thee over all the land of E.
41. 43 made him (ruler) over all the land of E.
41. 44 shall no man lift up his hand. .in. .E.
41. 45 Joseph went out over, .the land of E.
41. 46 when he stood before Pharaoh kingof E.
41. 46 Jos. . .went throughout all the land of E.
41. 48 seven years, which were in the land of E.
41.53 sevenyears of plenteousness . . in . . E. , were
41. 54 in all the land of E. there was bread
41. 55 And when all the land of E. was famished
41. 56 the famine waxed sore in the land of E.
41. 57 all countries came into E. .to buy (corn)
42. i Jacob saw that there was corn in E.
42. 2 I have heard that there is corn in E.
42. 3 ten brethren went down to buy corn in E.
43. 2 corn which they had brought out of E.
43. 15 rose up, and went down to E., and stood
45. 4 Jos. your brother, whom ye sold into E.
45. 8 and a ruler throughout all the land of E.
45. 9 God hath made me lord of all E.
45. 13 shall tell my father of all my glory in E.
45. 1 8 will give you the good of the land of E.
45. 19 take you wagons out of the land of E.
45. 20 for the good of all the land of E. (is)
45. 23 asses laden with the good things of E.
45. 25 they went up out of E., and came into
45. 26 he (is) governor over all the land of E.
46. 3 fear not to go down into E. ; for I will there
46. 4 I will go down with thee into E.
46. 6 they took their cattle . .and came into E.
46. 7 all his seed, brought he with him into E.
46. 8 the children of Israel which came into E.
46. 20 unto Joseph in the land of E. were born
46. 26 the souls that came with Jacob into E.
46. 27 sons of Joseph, which were born him in E.
46. 27 souls of the house of Jacob . . came into E.
47. 6 The land of E. (is) before thee : in the
47. ti gave them a possession in the land of E.
. 47. 13 the land of E. . .fainted by reason of the
47. 14 the money that was found in the land of E.
47. 15 And when money failed in the land of E.
47. 20 Joseph bought all the land of E. for Ph.
47. 21 removed them, .from (one) end of . .E.
47. 26 Joseph made it a law over the land of E.
47. 27 And Israel dwelt in the land of E.
47. 28 Jacob lived in the land of E. seventeen
47. 29 bury me not, I pray thee, in E.
47. 30 thou shalt carry me out of E., and bury
48. 5 Ephr. and Manasseh . . were born . . in . . E.
48. 5 before I came unto thee into E., (are)
50. 7 and all the elders of the land of E.
50. 14 Joseph returned intoE., he, and his
50. 22 Joseph dwelt in E., he and his father s
50. 26 and he was put in a coffin in E.
Exod. i. i children of Israel, which came into E.
i. 5 for Joseph was in E (already)
i. 8 Now there arose up a new king over E.
i. 15 And the king of E spake to the Hebrew
i. 17 midwives. .did not as the king of E. co.
1. 18 And the king of E called for the midwives
2. 23 in process of time . . the king of E. died
3. 7 affliction of my people which (are) in E
3. 10 mayest bring forth my people . . out of E.
3. ii I should bring forth. .Israel out of E ?
3. 12 hast brought forth the people out of E.
3. 16 have. .(seen)thatwhichisdonetoyouinE.
3. 17 will bring you up out of the affliction of E.
3. 18 and thou shalt come .unto the kingof E.
3. 19 the king of E. will not let you go, no
3. 20 I will stretch out my hand, and smite E
4. 18 return unto my brethren which (are) in E.
4. 19 And the LORD said. .Go, return into E.
4. 20 and he returned to the land of E.
4. 21 When thou goest to return into E., see
5. 4 the king of E. said unto them, Wherefore
5. 12 scattered, .throughout all the land of E.
6. ii Go In, speak unto Pharaoh king of E.
6. 13 them a charge unto .. Pharaoh king of E.
6. 13 to bring the children of Israel out of . . E.
6. 26 Bring out the children of Israel from. .E.
6. 27 they which spake to Paraoh king of E.
6. 27 to bring out the children of Israel from E.
6. 28 LORD spake unto Moses in the land of E.
6. 29 speak thou unto Pharaoh king of E. all
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Exod. 7. 3 multiply .. my wonders in the land of E.
7. 4 that I may lay my hand upon E.
7. 4 out of the land of E.by great judgments
7. 5 when I stretch forth mine hand upon K
7. n the magicians of E., they also did in lik.r
7. 19 stretch . . thine hand upon the waters of E.
7. 19 may be blood throughput all the land of K.
7. 22 the magicians of E. did so with their v. \
8. 5 cause frogs to come up upon the land of K.
8. 6 stretched . . his hand over the waters of V..
8. 6 frogs came up, and covered the land of K.
8. 7 and brought up frogs upon the land of E.
8. 16 become lice throughout all the land of E.
8. 17 became lice throughout all the land of E.
8. 24 there came., (flies) into., all the land of E.
9. 4 the cattle of Israel and the cattle of E.
9. 6 and all the cattle of E. died : but of
9. 9 become small dust in all the land of E.
9. 9 upon beast, throughout all the land of E.
9. 18 such ashatli not been in E. since the fou.
9. 22 there may be hail in all the land of E.
9. 22 every herb .. throughout the land of E.
9. 23 the LORD rained hail upon the land of E.
9. 24 there was none like it in all the land of E.
9. 25 hail smote throughout all the land of E.
10. 2 what things I have wrought in E.,and my
10. 7 knowest thou not yet that E. is destroyed ?
10. 12 Stretch out thine hand over the land of E.
10. 12 they may come up upon the land of E.
10. 13 stretched forth his rod over the land of E.
10. 14 the locusts went up over all the land of E.
10. 14 and rested in all the coasts of E.
10. 15 not any green thing. . through.. E.
10. 19 not one locust in all the coasts of E.
10. 21 there may be darkness over the land of E.
10. 22 there was. .darkness in all the land of E.
11. i will I bring one plague (more) upon. .E.
ii. 3 Moses (was) very great in the land of E.
ii. 4 midnight will I go out into the midst of E.
n. 5 all the first born in the land of E. shall
ii. 6 shall be a great cry throughout all . . E.
11. 9 wonders may be multip. in the laud of E.
12. i LORD spake unto Moses, .in the land of E.
12. 12 I will pass through the land of E. this
12. 12 will smite all the first born in the land of E.
12. 12 against all the gods of E. I will execute
i2. 13 when I smite the land |Of E.
12. 17 I brought your armies out of the land of E.
12. 27 passed over the houses of. .Israel in E.
12. 29 smote all the first born in the land of E
12. 30 and there was a great cry in E. ; for
12. 39 dough which they brought forth out of E
12. 39 because they were thrust out of E., and
12. 40 of the children of Israel, who dwelt iu E
12. 41 all the hosts of the LORD went out. .of E.
12. 42 for bringing them out from the laid of E.
12. 51 the LORD did bring. .Israel out of . .E.
13. 3 this day, in which ye came out from E.
13. 8 unto me when I came forth out of E.
13. 9 hath the LORD brought thee out of E.
13. 14 the LORD brought us out from E., from
13. 15 slew all the first born in the land of E.
13. 16 strength. .LORD brought. .us out of E.
13. 17 the people repent, .and. .return to E.
13. 18 went up harnessed out of the land of E.
14. 5 it was told the king of E. that the people
14. 7 And he took, .all the chariots of E., and
14. 8 the LORD hardened . . Pharaoh king of E.
14. ii Because (there were) no graves inE., hast
14. ii dealt thus, .to carry us forth out of E. ?
14. 12 (Is) not this, .that we did tell thee in E.
16. i month after their departing out of . . E.
16. 3 had died by the hand of the LORD in. .E
16. 6 hath brought you out from the land of E.
16. 32 I brought you forth from the land of E.
17. 3 thou hast brought us up out of E., to kill
18. i the LOKD had brought Israel out of E.
19. i when. .Israel were gone forth out of . .E.
20. 2 which have brought thee out of . . E.
22. 21 for ye were strangers in the land of E.
23. 9 seeing ye were strangers in the land of E.
23. 15 for in it thou earnest out from E.
29. 46 brought them forth out of the land of E
32. i that brought us up out of the land of E.
32. 4 brought thee up out of the land of E.
32. 7 which thou broughtest out of the land of E.
32. 8 brought thee up out of the land of E.
32. ii hast brought forth out of the land of E.
32. 23 that brought us up out of the land of E.
33. i hast brought up out of the land of E.
34. 18 the month Abib thou earnest out from E.
Lev. 1 1 . 45 the LORD that bringeth you up out of . . E.
1 8. 3 After the doings of the laud of E.
19. 34 for ye were strangers in the land of E.
19. 36 which brought you out of the land of E.
22. 33 That brought you out of the land of .
23. 43 when I brought them out of the laud of E.
25. 38 brought you forth out of the laud of E.
25. 42 servants, which I brought forth out of ..E.
25. 55 servants whom I brought forth out of . . E.
26. 13 God, which brought you forth out of. .E.
26. 45 ancestors, whom I brought forth out of . .E.
Num. i. i after they were come out of the land of E.
3. 13 I smote all the first born in the land of E.
8. 17 I smote eyery first born in the laud of E.
9. i after they were come out of the land of E.
ii. 5 We remember the fish . . we did eat in E.
11.18 flesh to eat ? for (it was) well with us in E.
ii. 20 saying, Why came we forth out of E. ?
13. 22 Hebron was built .. before Zoan in E.
14. 2 Would God that we had died in. .E. !
14. 3 Were it not better for us to return into E,
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JJum 14. 4 make a captain, and let us return into E.
14. 19 forgiven this people, from K. even until
14. 22 my miracles, which I did in E. and in
15. 41 which brought you out of the land of E.
20. 5 have ye made us to come up put of E., to
ao. 15 How our fathers went down into E.
20. 15 and we have dwelt in E. a long time
20 16 aud hath brought us forth out of E.
21. 5 have ye brought us up out of E. to die
22. 5, ii Behold, .a people come out from E.
23. 22 God brought them out of E. ; he hath
24. 8 God brought him forth out of E. ; he hath
26. 4 which went forth out of the land of E.
26. 59 whom (her mother) bare to Levi in E.
32. 1 1 none of the men that came up out of E.
33. i which went forth out of the land of E.
33. 38 Israel were come out of the land of E.
34. 5 compass from Aznton unto the river of E.
Deut. i. 27 hath brought us forth out of the land of E.
i . 30 according to all that he did for you in E.
4. 20 the LORD hath taken you. .out of E.
4. 34 according to all. .God did for you in E.
4. 37 thee. .with his mighty power out of E.
4. 45 spake . . after they came forth out of E.
4. 46 after they were come forth out of E.
5. 6 which brought thee out of the land of E.
5. 15 thou wast a servant in the land of E.
6. 12 brought thee forth out of the land of E.
6. 21 We were Pharaoh s bondmen in E.
6. 21 LORD brought us out of E. with a mighty
6. 22 LORD showed signs and wonders . . upon E.
7. 8 from the hand of Pharaoh king of E.
7. 15 will put none of the evil diseases of E.
7. 18 remember what. .God did. .unto all E.
8. 14 brought thee forth out of the land of E.
9. 7 thou didst depart out of the land of E.
9. 12, 26 which thou hast brought forth out of E.
10. 19 for ye were strangers in the land of E.
10. 22 Thy fathers went down into E. with three.
11. 3 miracles . . which he did in the midst of E.
ii. 3 unto Pharaoh the king of E., and unto
n. 4 what he did unto the army of E., unto
ii. 10 land, .(is) not as the land of E., from
13. 5, 10 which brought you out of the laud of E.
15. 15 thou wast a bondman in the land of E.
16. i God brought thee forth out of E. by night
16. 3, 3 thou earnest forth out of the land of E.
16. 6 season that thou earnest forth out of E.
16. 12 remember that thou wast a bondman in E.
17. 16 shall not. .cause the people to return to E.
20. i brought thee up out of the land of E.
23. 4 met you not . . when ye came fo. out of E.
24. 9 after that ye were come forth out of E.
24. 18, 22 remember, .thou wast a bondman in E.
25 17 when ye were come forth out of E.
26. 5 he went down into E. , and sojourned
26 8 And the LORD brought us forth out of E.
28. 27 LORD will smite thee with the botch of E.
28. 60 bring upon thee all the diseases of E.
28. 68 the LORD shall bring thee into E. again
29. 2 all that the LORD did . . in the land of E.
29. 1 6 know how we have dwelt in the land of E.
29. 25 brought them forth out of the land of E.
34. ii which the LORD sent him to do in. .E.
Josh. 2. 10 dried up the. .sea. .when ye came out of E.
5. 4 All the people that came out of E.
5. 4 of war, died . . after they came out of E.
5. 5 by the way as they came forth out of E.
5. 6 men of war, which came out of E., were
5. 9 I rolled away the reproach of E. from off
9. Q we have heard . .all that he did in E.
13. 3 From Sihor, which (is) before E., even
15. 4 Azmon, and went out unto the river of E.
15. 47 unto the river of E., and the great sea
24. 4 Jacob and his children went down into E.
24. 5 I sent Moses also, .and I plagued E.
24. 6 And I brought your fathers out of E.
24. 7 eyes have seen what I have done in E.
24. 14 gods which your fathers served, .in E.
24. 17 brought, .our fathers out of the land of E.
24. 32 children of Israel brought up out of E.
Judg. 2. i and said, I made you to go up out of E.
2. 12 which brought them out of the land of E
6. 8 saith the LORD . . I brought you up from E
6. 13 Did not the LORD bring us up from E. ?
ii. 13 my land, when they came up out of E.
11. 1 6 But when Israel came up /rom E.
19. 30 that . . Israel came upout of the land of E
s Sa. 2. 27 when they were in E. in Pharaoh s house
8. 8 day that I brought them up out of E.
10. 18 saith the LORD. .1 brought up. .out of E
12. 6 LORD . . brought your fathers up out of . . E
12. 8 When Jacob was come into E., and your
12. 8 which brought forth your fathers out of E
15. 2 I remember, .when he came up from E.
15. 6 kindness, .when they came up out of E.
15. 7 comest to Shur, that (is) over against E.
27. 8 goest to Shur, even unto the land of E.
30. 13 he said, I (am) a young man of E., servan
a Sa. 7. 6 since the time . . I brought . . Isr. out of E
7. 23 which thou redeemedst to thee from E.
i Ki. 3. i made affinity with Pharaoh king of E.
4. 21 Solomon reigned, .unto the border of E.
4. 30 Solomon s wisdom excelled . . wisdom of E
6. i children of Israel were come out of . .E.
8. 9 when they came out of the land of E.
8. 16 I brought forth my people, .out of E.
8. 21 he brought them out of the land of E.
8. 51 which thou broughtest forth out of E.
8. 53 thou broughtest our fathers out of E.
8. 65 from . . Hamath unto the river of E.
9. o brought forth their fathers out of . .E.
1 Ki. 9. 1 6 (For) Pharaoh king of E. had gone up and
10. 28 Solomon had horses brought out of E.
10. 29 a chariot came up and went out of E. for
i 17 That Iladad fled, .to go into E.
i. 18 came to E., unto Pharaoh king of E.
i. 21 Hadad heard in E. that David slept with
i. 40 fled into E., unto Shishak king of E.
1. 40 and was in E. until the death of Solomon
2. 2 when Jeroboam . . who was yet in E.
2. 2 was fled from . . Solomon, and . . dwelt in E.
2. 28 which brought thee . . out of the land of E.
4. 25 Shishak king of E. came up against Jer.
2 Ki. 7. 4 he had sent messengers to So king of E.
7. 7 brought them up out of the land of E.
7. 7 from under the hand of Pharaoh king of E.
7. 36 the LORD, who brought you up out of . . E.
8. 21 the staff of this bruised reed, .upon E.
8. 21 so (is) Pharaoh king of E. unto all that
8. 24 put thy trust on E. for chariots and for
i. 15 the day their fathers came forth out of E.
23. 29 In his days Pharaoh-nechoh king of E.
23. 34 and he came to E., and died there
24. 7 And the king of E. came not again any
24. 7 king . . had taken from the river of E. unto
24. 7 all that pertained to the king of E.
25. 26 the captains of the armies . . came to E.
1 Ch. 13. 5 from Shihor of E. even unto the entering
17. 21 people, .thou hast redeemed out of E.?
2 Ch. i. 16 Solomon had horses brought out of E.
1. 17 And they, .brought forth out of E. acha.
5. 10 children of Israel, when they ca. out of E.
6. 5 I brought forth my people out of . .E.
7. 8 from . . Hamath unto the river of E.
7. 22 brought them forth out of the land of E.
9. 26 reigned over all. .to the border of E.
9. 28 brought unto Solomon horses out of E.
10. 2 Jeroboam . . in E. . . returned out of E.
12. 2 Shishak king of E. came up against Jer.
12. 3 without number that came, .out of E.
12. 9 So Shishak king of E. came up against
20. 10 when they came out of the land of E.
26. 8 name spread . . to the entering in of E.
35. 20 Necho king of E. came up to fight against
36. 3 the king of E. put him down at Jerusalem
36. 4 the king of E. made Eliakini his brother
36. 4 Necho took Jehoahaz . . and carried . . to E.
Neh 9. 9 didst see the affliction of our fathers in E.
9. 1 8 God that brought ihee up out of E.
Psa. 68. 31 Princes shall come out of E. ; Ethiopia
78. 12 Marvellous thingsdidhe.. in the landofE.
78. 43 How he had wrought his signs in E.
78. 51 And smote all the first born in E.
80. 8 Thou hast brought a vine out of E.
81. 5 when he went out through the land of E.
8 1. 10 which brought thee out of the land of E.
105. 23 Israel also came into E. ; and Jacob
105. 38 E. was glad when they departed : for the
106. 7 fathers understood not thy wonders in E.
106. 21 saviour, which had done great things in E.
114. i When Israel went out of E., the house of
1 35. 8 Who smote the first born of E. , both of
135. 9 sent . . wonders into the midst of thee, O E.
136. 10 To him that smote E. in their first born
Prov. 7. 16 have decked my bed . .with fine linen of E.
Isa. 7. 1 8 in the uttermost part of the rivers of E.
10. 24 lift up his staff . . after the manner of E.
10. 26 shall he lift it up after the manner of E.
11. ii recover the remnant of his peo. . .from E.
ii. 16 day that he came up out ot the land of E.
19. i The burden of E . . Behold, the LORD rideth
19. i Behold, the LORD, .shall come into E.
19. i the idols of E. shall be moved at his pre.
19. i the heart of E. shall melt in the midst of
19. 3 the spirit of E. shall fail in the midst
19. 12 what the LORD of hosts. . purposedupon E.
19. 13 they have also seduced E., (even they
19. 14 they have caused E. to err in every work
19. 15 Neither shall there be (any) work for E.
19. 16 that day shall E. be like unto women
19. 17 land of Judah shall be a terror unto E.
19. 18 In that day. .five cities in the land of E.
19. 19 an altar to the LORD in the midst of. . E.
19. 20 witness unto the LORD, .in the land of E.
19. 21 And the LORD shajl be known to E.
19. 22 the LORD shall smite E. : he shall smite
19. 23 In that day shall, .be a highway out of E.
19. 23 and the Assyrian shall come into E.
19. 24 In that day shall Israel be. .with E. and
19. 25 Blessed (be) E. my people, and Assyria
20. 3 a sign and wonder upon E. and upon Eth.
20. 4 buttocks uncovered, to the shame of E.
20. 5 they shall be. .ashamed of . .E. their
23. 5 As at the report concerning E., (so) shall
27. 12 from the channel, .unto the stream of E.
27. 13 and the outcasts in the land of E. . .shall
30. 2 That walk to go down into E., and have
30. 2 and to trust in the shadow of E.!
30. 3 the trust in the shadow of E. (your) con.
31. i Woe to them that go down to E. for help
36. 6 thou trustest in . .this broken reed, on E.
36. 6 so (is) Pharaoh king of E. to all that trust
36. 9 put thy trust on E. for chariots and for
43. 3 I gave E. (for) thy ransom, Ethiopia and
45. 14 The labour of E. . .shall come over unto
52. 4 My people went down aforetime into K.
Jer 2. 6 LORD . . brought u s up out of the land of E
2. 1 8 what hast thou to do in the way of E.
2. 36 thou also shalt be ashamed of E., as thou
7. 22 the day that I brought them out of . . E.
7. 25 day. .your fathers came forth out of . .E.
9. 26 E., and Judah, and Edom, and the chil.
ii. 4 I brought them forth out of the land of .K.
Jer. ii. 7 I brought them up out of the land of E
16. 14 brought up the child, of Israel out of . . E.
23. 7 brought up the children of Is. out of . .E.
24. 8 and them that dwell in the land of E.
25. 19 Pharaoh king of E. . . and all his people
26. 21 he was afraid, and fled, and went into E.
26. 22 Jehoiakim the king sent men into E.
26. 22 and (certain) men with him into E.
26. 23 And they fetched forth I rijah out of E.
31. 32 to bring them out of the land of E.
32. 20 Which hast set signs, .in the land of E.
32. 21 hast brought forth thy people . . out of . . E.
34. 13 I brought them forth out of the land of E.
37. 5 Pharaoh s army was come forth out of E.
37. 7 Pharaoh s army . . shall return to E. into
41. 17 And they departed . .to go to enter into E.
42. 14 No ; but we will go into the land of E.
42. 15 ye wholly set your faces to enter into E.
42. 16 sword, .shall overtake you there in. .E.
42. 16 shall follow close after you there in E.
42. 17 the men that set their faces to go into E.
42. 18 upon you, when ye shall enter into E.
42. 19 ye remnant of Judah ; Go ye not into E.
43. 2 to say, Go not into E. to sojourn there
43. 7 So they came into the land of E. ; for they
43. 1 1 he eometh, he shall smite the land of E.
43. 12 kindle a fire in. .houses of the gods of E.
43. 12 shall array himself with the land of E.
43. 13 Beth-shemesh, that (is) in the land of E.
44. i the Jews which dwell in the land of E.
44. 8 incense unto other gods in the land of E.
44. 12 set their faces to go into the land of E.
44. 12 they shall all. .fall in the land of E.
44. 13 punish them that dwell in the land of E.
44. 14 which are gone into the land of E., to
44. 15 the people that dwelt in the land of E.
44. 24 all Judah that (are) in the land of E.
44. 26 all Judah that dwell in the land of E.
44. 26 any man of Judah in all the land of E.
44. 27 men of Judah that (are) in the land of E.
44. 28 number, .shall return out of the la. of E.
44. 28 that are gone into the land of E.
44. 30 I will give Pharaoh-hophra king of E.
46. 2 Against E., against the army of . .E.
46. 8 E. riseth up like a flood, and (his) waters
46. ii take balm, O virgin, the daughter of E.
46. 13 Nebuchadrezzar, .come (and) smite. .E.
46. 14 Declare ye in E., and publish in Migdol
46. 17 Pharaoh king of E. (is but) a noise
46. 19 O thou daughter dwelling in E., furnish
46. 20 E. (is like) a very fair heifer, (but) destr.
46. 24 The daughter of E. shall be confounded
46. 25 I will punish . . Pharaoh, and E., with
Eze 17. 15 rebelled against him in sending, .into E.
19. 4 brought . . with chains unto the land of E.
20. 5 made myself known unto them in . . E.
20. 6 to bring them forth of the land of E.
20. 7 defile not yourselves with the idols of E.
20. 8 neither did they forsake the idols of E.
20. 8 accomplish myanger . . in the midst of . . E.
20. 9 bringing them forth out of the land of E.
20. 10 I caused them to go . . out of the land of E.
20. 36 as. .with your fathers in the. .land of E.
23. 3 And they committed whoredoms in E.
23. 8 Neither left she her whoredoms . . from E.
23. 19 she had played the harlot in the land of E.
23. 27 and thy whoredom .. from the land of E.
23. 27 thou shalt not. .remember E. any more
27, 7 Fine linen with broidered work from E.
29. 2 set thy face against Pharaoh king of E.
29. 2 prophesy against him, and against all E.
29. 3 I (am) against thee, Pharaoh king of E.
29. 6 inhabitants of E. shall know that I (am)
29. 9 the land of E. shall be desolate and waste
29. 10 I will make the land of E. utterly waste
29. 12 And I will make the land of E. desolate
29. 14 And I will bring again the captivity of E.
29. 19 I will give the land of E. unto Nebucha.
29. 20 I have given him the land of E. (for) his
30. 4 And the sword shall come upon E., and
30. 4 when the slain shall fall in E., and they
30. 6 They also that uphold E. shall fall
30. 8 when I have set a fire in E., and (when)
30. 9 great pain shall come .. as in the day of E.
30. 10 I will also make the multitude of E. to[
30. 1 1 they shall draw their swords against E.
30. 13 there shall be no more a prince of . .E.
30. 13 and I will put a fear in the land of E.
30. 15 pour my fury upon, .the strength of E.
30. 16 And I will set fire in E. : Sin shall have
30. 1 8 when I shall break there the yokes of E.
30. 19 Thus will I execute judgments in E.
30. 21 I have broken the arm of Pha. king of E.
30. 22 Behold, I (am) against Pharaoh king of E.
30. 25 shall stretch it out upon the land of E.
31. 2 speak unto Pharaoh king of E., and to
32. 2 take up a lamentation for Pharaoh . . of E.
32. 12 and they shall spoil the pomp of E., and
32. 15 When I shall make the land of E. deso.
32. 16 they shall lament for her. .for E., and
32. 18 Son of man, wail for the multitude of E.
Dan. 9. 15 hast brought thy people forth out of . .E.
ii. 8 And shall also carry captives into E. their
ii. 42 and the land of E. shall not escape
ii. 43 power, .over all the precious things of E,
Hos. 2. 15 when she came up out of the land of E.
7. ii they call to E., they go to Assyria
7. 16 (shall be) their derision in the land of E.
8. 13 and visit their sins: they shall return to E,
9. 3 Ephraim shall return to E., and they
9. 6 E. shall gather them up, Memphis shall
ii. i I loved him, and called my son out of S
EGYPTIAN 291 EIGHTH
Hog. ii. 5 He shall not return into the land of E.
11. ii They shall tremble as a bird out of E.
12. i and oil is carried into K.
12. 9 I. .the LORD thy God from the land of K.
12. 13 by a prophet the LORD brought., out of K.
4 I. .the LOUD thy God from the land of K.
19 K. shall be a desolation, and Edom shall
10 I brought you up from the land of K.
3. i which I brought up from the land of E.
3. 9 Publish, .in the palaces in the land of R.
4. 10 have sent among you the pestilence . . of E.
8. 8 and drowned, as (by) the flood of E.
9. 5 shall be drowned, as (by) the flood of E.
Q. 7 I brought up Israel out of the land of E.?
Mic. 6. 4 I brought thee up out of the land of E. ?
7. 15, days of thy coming out of the land of E.
Nah. 3. 9 Ethiopia and E. (were) her strength, and
Hag. r. 5 I covenanted with you. .ye came out of E.
Zech 10. 10 I will bring them . .out of the land of E.
10. ii and the sceptre of E. shall depart away
14. 1 3 if the family of E. go not up, and come
14. 19 This shall be the punishment of E., and
Matt. 2. 13 and take the youngchild. .and flee into E.
2. 14 When he arose, .and departed into E.
2. 15 Out of E. have I called my son
2. 19 LORD appeareth in a dream to Joseph in E.
Acts 2. 10 Phrygia, and Pamphilia, in E., and in
7. 9 And the patriarchs, .sold Joseph into E.
7 10 favour, .in the sight of Pha. king of E.
7. 10 he made him governor over E. and all his
7. ii came a dearth over all the land of E.
7. 12 Jacob heard that there was corn in E.
7. 15 So Jacob went down into E., and died
7. 17 the people grew and multiplied in E.
7 34 I have seen the affliction . . which is in E.
7. 34 And now come, I will send thee into E.
7. 36 he had showed wonders . . in the land of E.
7. 39 their hearts turned buck again into E.
7. 40 which brought us out of the land of E.
13. 17 they dwelt as strangers in the land of E.
Heb. 3. 16 howbeit not all that came out of E. by Mo.
8. 9 hand to lead them out of the land of E.
11. 26 greater riches than the treasures in E.
11. 27 By faith he forsook E., not fearing the
Jude 5 saved the people out of the land of E.
Rev. ii. 8 which spiritually is called Sodom and E.
EGYPTIAN, EGYPTIANS, D l??, DHSP, Alyvirrto^.
I The inhabitants of Egypt descendants of Mitsraim
the son of Ham.
Gen. 12. 12 when the-E. shall see thee, that they shall
12. 14 the E. beheld the woman that she (was)
16. i she had an handmaid, an E., whose name
16. 3 And Sarai. .took Hagar her maid, the E.
21. 9 And Sarah saw the son of Hagar the E.
25. 12 Ishmael. .whom Hagar the E. . .bare unto
39. i an E., bought him of the hands of the Is.
39. 2 he was in the house of his master the E.
39. 5 the LORD blessed the E. s house for Jose.
41. 55 Pharaoh said unto all the E., Go unto J.
41. 56 Joseph, .solduntothe E ; andthefamine
43. 32 and for the E. which did eat with him
43. 32 because the E. might not eat bread with
43. 32 that (is) an abomination unto the E.
45. 2 the E. and the house of Pharaoh heard
46. 34 shepherd (is) an abomination unto theE.
47. 15 all the E. came unto Joseph, and said
47. 20 for the E. sold every man his fleld, beca.
50. 3 the E. mourned for him threescore and
50. ii This (is) a grievous mourning to the E.
Exod. i. 13 the E. made the children of Israel to
1. 19 the Hebrew women (are) not as the E.
2. ii and he spied an E. smiting an Hebrew
2. 12 he slew the E., and hid him in the sand
2. 14 thou to kill me, as thou killedst the E. ?
2. 19 An E. delivered us out of the hand of the
3. 8 to deliver them out of the hand of the E.
3. 9 the oppression wherewith the E. oppress
3. 21 I will give, .favour in the sight of the E.
3. 22 and ye shall spoil the E.
6. 5 the children of Israel, whom the E. keep
6. 6, 7 out from under the burdens of the E
7. 5 the E. shall know that I (am) the LORD
7. 18 the E. shall loathe to drink of the water
7. 21 the E. could not drink of the water of the
7. 24 all the E digged round about the river
8. 21 the houses of the E. shall be full, .(of flies)
8. 26 shall sacrifice the abomination of the E.
8. 26 shall we sacrifice the abomination of theE.
9. ii for the boil was upon, .all the E.
0. 6 they shall fill, .the houses of all the E.
1. 3 the people favour in the sight of the E.
1. 7 LORD doth put a difference between theE
2. 23 the LORD will pass through to smite the E.
2. 27 when he smote the E., and delivered our
2. 30 he, and all his servants, and all the E
12. 33 And the E. were urgent upon the people
12. 35 they borrowed of the E. jewels of silver
12. 36 sight of the E. . .and they spoiled the E.
14. 4 that the E. may know that I (am) the L.
14. 9 But the E. pursued after them, all the
14. 10 and, behold, the E. marched after them
14. 12 Let us alone, that we may serve the E. !
14. 12 (it had been) better for us to serve the E.
14 13 for the E. whom ye have seen to day, ye
14. 17 I will harden the hearts of the E.
14. 18 the E. shall know that I (am) the LORD
14. 20 it came between the camp of the E. and
14. 23 And the E. pursued, and went in after
14. 24 the LORD looked unto the host of the E,
*4. 24 and troubled the host of the E.
14. 25 the E. said, Let us flee from the face of
E>odi4. 25 the LORD flghteth for them against the E.
14. 26 the waters may come again upon the E.
14. 27 and the E. fled against it
14. 27 the LORD overthrew the E. in the midst
14. 30 saved Israel, .out of the hand of the E.
14. 30 Israel saw the E. dead upon the sea shore
14. 31 work which the LoKD did upon the K.
15. 26 diseases. .1 have brought upon the E.
18. 8 all that the LORD had done unto, .the E.
1 8. 9 had delivered out of the hand of the E.
18. 10 delivered you out of the hand of the E.
18. 10 delivered the people from under the. .E.
19. 4 Ye have seen what I did unto the E.
32. 12 Wherefore should the E. speak, and say
Lev. 24. 10 Israelitish woman, whose father(was)an E
Numi4. 13 Then the E. shall hear (it), for thou bro.
20. 15 and the E. vexed us and our fathers
33. 3 Israel went out .. in the sight of all the E.
33. 4 For the E. buried all. .first born, which
Deut23. 7 thou shalt not abhor an E., because thou
26. 6 And the E. evil entreated us, and afflicted
Josh 24. 6 the E. pursued after your fathers with
24. 7 he put darkness between you and the E.
Judg. 6. 9 I delivered you out of the hand of the E.
10. ii (Did) not (I deliver you) from the E.
1 Sa. 4. 8 these (are) the Gods that smote the E.
6. 6 as the E. and Pharaoh hardened their h. ?
10. 18 delivered you out of the hand of the E.
30. ii And they found an E. in the field, and
2 Sa. 23. 21 And he slew an E., a goodly man
23. 21 and the E. had a spear in his hand
23. 21 and plucked the spear out of the E. s
2 Ki. 7. 6 the kings of the E., to come upon us
i Ch. 2. 34 And Shesham had a servant, an E., whose
11. 23 he slew an E., a man of (great) stature
11. 23 in the E. s hand (was) a spear like a wea.
1 1. 23 and plucked the spear out of the E. s hand
Ezra 9. i the Moabites, the E., and the Amorites I
Isa. 19. 2 I will set the E. against the E. n. 15.
19. 4 the E. will I give over into the hand of
j
19. 21 the E. shall know the LORD in that day
19. 23 and the E. into Assyria ; and the E. shall
20. 4 So shall the king, .lead away the E. pris.
30. 7 the E. shall help in vain, and to no purp.
31. 3 Now the E. (are) men, and not God
Jer. 43. 13 the houses of the gods of the E. shall he
Lam. 5. 6 We have given the hand (to) the E. ,(and to)
Eze. 16. 26 hast, .committed fornication with the E.
23. 21 in bruising thy teats by the E. for the
29. 12 and I will scatter the E. among the nati.
29. 13 I gather the E. from the people whither
30. 23, 26 1 will scatter theE. among the nations
Acts 7. 22 was learned in all the wisdom of the E.
7. 24 him that was oppressed, and smote the E.
7. 28 kill me, as thou diddest the E. yesterday ?
21. 38 Art not thou that K., which, .madest an
Heb ii. 29 which the E. assaying to do were drow.
2. As an adjective, an epithet applied to the whole or
only the northern part of the Red Sea.
Isa. ii. 15 LORD shall, .destroy the tongue of the E.
E -HI, nx unity.
Son of Benjamin, same as Ehud in i Ch. 8. 6. B.C. 1690.
Gen. 46. 21 sons of Benjamin (were). . Xaaman, E.
E -HTJD, -nnx strong.
1. Ehud the great-grandson of Benjamin. B C. 1690.
i Ch. 7. 10 sons of Bilhan. .Benjamin, and E., and
8. 6 these (are) the sons of E.: these are the
2. The son of Gera, the second judge (or deliverer) of
the Israelites, B.C. 1336. He slew Eglori, who had
established himself in Jericho, which was within the
boundaries of Benjamin.
Judg 3. 15 E. the son of Gera, a Benjamite, a man
3. 16 E. made him a dagger which had two ed.
3. 20 E. came unto him ; and he was sitting in
3. 20 E. said. I have a message from God unto
3. 21 E. put forth his left hand, and took the
3. 23 E. went forth through the porch, and
3. 26 E. escaped while they tarried, and passed
4. i Israel again did evil . . when E. was dead
EIGHT
1.Eight, nioy, njbip shemoneh, shemonah.
Gen. 5. 4 the days of Adam . . were eight hundred
5. 7Seth lived, .eight hundred and seven
5. loEnos lived, .eight hundred and fifteen
5. 13 Cainan lived, .eight hundred and forty
5. 16 Mahalaleel lived, .eight hundred and th.
5. 17 all the days of Mahalaleel were eight
5. 19 Jared lived, .eight hundred years, and
17. 12 he that is eight days old shall be circum.
21. 4 circumcised his son Isaac being eight
22. 23 these eight Milcah did bear to Nahor
Exod 26. 2 The length of one curtain . . eight and
26. 25 they shall be eight boards, and their soc.
36. 9 The length of one . .(was) twenty and eig.
36. 30 there were eight boards ; and their sock.
Num. 2. 24 an hundred thousand and eight thousand
3. 28 eight thousand and six hundred, keeping
4 48 eight thousand and five hundred and
7. 8 four wagons and eight oxen he gave unto
29. 29 on the sixth day eight bullocks, two rams
35. 7 give to the Levites . . forty and eight cities
Deut. 2. 14 the space, .(was) thirty and eight years
Josh 21. 41 Allthecities. .(were) forty and eight cities
Judg. 3. 8 the children of Israel served . . eight years
12. 14 and he judged Israel eight years
1 Sa. 4. 15 Now Eli was ninety and eight years old
17. 12 he had eight sons : and the man went
2 Sa. 23. 8 (he lift up his spear) against eight hund.
2 Sa. 24. 9 there were in Israel eight hundred thou
1 Ki. 7. 10 of ten cubits, and stones of eight cubits
2 Ki. 8. 17 he reigned eight years in Jerusalem
10. 36 And the time, .(was) twenty and eight
22. i Josiah (was) eight years old when he
1 Ch. 12. 24 six thousand and eight hundred, ready
12. 30 twenty thousand and eight hundred
12. 35 of the Danites. .twenty and eight thmis.
1 6. 38 with their brethren, threescore and eight
23. 3 man by man, was thirty and eight thou.
24. 4 and eight among the sons of Ithamar
25. 7 was two hundred fourscore and eight
2 Ch.n. 21 Rehoboam. . begat twenty and eight sons
13. 3 with eight hundred thousand chosen m.
21. 5, 20 he reigned eight years in Jerusalem
29. 17 sanctified the house of the LORD in eight
34. i Josiah (was) eight years old when he
36. 9 Jehoiachin (was) eight years old when he
Ezra 2. 6 two thousand eight hundred and twelve
2. 16 The children of Ater. .ninety and eight
2. 23 of Anathoth, an hundred twenty and eig.
2. 41 of Asaph, an hundred twenty and eight
8. ii and with him twenty and eight males
Neh. 7. ii two thousand and eight hundred (and)e.
7. 13 of Zattu, eight hundred forty and five
7. 15 of Binnui, six hundred forty and eight
7. 1 6 of Bebai, six hundred twenty and eight
7. 21 of Ater of Hezekiah, ninety and eight
7. 22 of Hashum, three hundred twenty and e.
7. 26 of Bethlehem, .hundred fourscore and e.
7. 27 of Anathoth, an hundred twenty and ei.
7. 44 of Asaph, an hundred forty and eight
7. 45 The porters, .hundred thirty and eight
11. 6 of Perez, .four hundred threescore and e.
ii. 8 Sallai, nine hundred twenty and eight
ii. 12 their brethren, .eight hundred twenty
11. 14 their brethren, .hundred twenty and ei.
Eccl ii. 2 Give a portion to seven, and also to eight
Jer. 41. 15 escaped from Johanan with eight men
52. 29 he carried away captive, .eight hundred
Eze. 40. 9 the porch of the gate, eight cubits
40. 31, 34, 37 the going up to it (had) eight steps
40. 41 eight tables, whereupon they slew (their
Mic. 5. 5 shall we raise against him. .eight, .men
1. Eight, OKTW oktfj.
Luke 2. 21 when eight days were accomplished for
9. 28 it came to pass, about an eight days after
John 5. 5 had an infirmity thirty and eight years
20. 26 after eight days, again his diaoiples were
Acts 9. 33 which had kept his bed eight years
1 Pe. 3. 20 few, that is, eight souls, were saved by
EIGHTEEN
I. Eight (oMd) ten, "fyy njb?> shemonah asar.
Gen. 14. 14 own house, three hundred and eighteen
Judg. 3. 14 the children of Israel served .. eighteen
10. 8 they vexed., the children., eighteen years
20. 25 eighteen thousand men ; all these drew
20. 44 there fell of Benjamin eighteen thousand
2 Sa. 8. 13 smiting of the Syrians, .eighteen thousa.
1 Ki. 7. 15 he cast two pillars, .eighteen cubits high
2 Ki. 24. 8 Jehoiachin (was) eighteen years old
25. 17 The height of the one pillar (was) eight.
1 Ch.i2. 31 half tribe of Manasseh eighteen thousand
18. 12 slew, .in the valley of salt eighteen tho.
26. 9 Meshelemiah had. .strongmen, eighteen
2 Oh. ii. 21 he took eighteen wives, and threescore
Ezra 8. 9 with him two hundred and eighteen
8. 18 with his sons and his brethren, eighteen
Neh. 7. ii thousand and eight hundred (and) eight
Jer. 52. 21 the height of one pillar (was) eighteen
Eze. 48. 35 (It was) round about eighteen thousand
2. Ten and eight, Se /co /col OKTU deka kai oktij.
Lukei3- 4 Or those eighteen, upon whom the towei
13. ii which had a spirit of infirmity eighteen
13. 16 whom Satan hath bound, lo, these eight.
EIGHTEEN thousand
A myriad ami 8,000, D jiS? njic?*? iai. [ribbo].
i Ch.29- 7 and cf brass eighteen thousand talents
EIGHTEENTH
Eight (and) ten, ~tyy nicy shemonah asar.
1 Ki. 15. i in the eighteenth year of king Jeroboam
2 Ki. 3. i the eighteenth year of Jehoshaphat king
22. 3 in the eighteenth year of king Josiah
23. 23 in the eighteenth year of king Josiah
1 Ch. 24. 15 seventeenth to Hezir, the eighteenth to
25. 25 The eighteenth to Hanani, (he), his sons
2 Ch.i3. i in the eighteenth year of king Jeroboam
34. 8 in the eighteenth year of his reign, when
35. 19 In the eighteenth year of the reign of J.
Jer. 32. i the eighteenth year of Nebuchadrezzar
52. 29 the eighteenth year of Nebuchadrezzar
EIGHTH
1. Eighth, } ?!? shemini.
Exod22. 30 on the eighth day thou shalt give it me
Lev. 9. i it came to pass on the eighth day, (that)
1 2. 3 the eighth day the flesh of his foreskin
14. 10 on the eighth day he shall take two he
14. 23 he shall bring them on the eighth day for
15. 14 on the eighth day he shall take to him
15. 29 on the eighth day she shall take unto her
22. 27 from the eighth day and thenceforth it
23. 36 on the eighth day shall be an holy
23. 39 and on the eighth day (shall be) a sabbath
25. 22 ye shall sow the eighth year, and eat (yet) Num. 6. 10 on the eighth day he shall bring two
7. 54 On the eighth day (offered) Gamaliel the
29. 35 On the eighth day ye shall have a solemn
EIGHTH 292 ELDER
i Ki. 6. 38 the month Bui, which (is) the eighth moti.
8. 66 On the eighth day lie sent the people aw:iy
12. 32 ordained a feast in the eighth month, on
12. 33 the fifteenth day of the eighth month
1 Ch.i2. 12 Johanan the eighth, Elzabad the ninth
24. 10 seventh to Hukknz, the eighth to Abijah
25. 15 The eighth to Jeshaiah, (he), his sons, ami
26. 5 Issaeharthe seventh, Peulthaithe eighth
27. ii The eighth (captain) for the eighth month
2 Ch. 7. 9 eighth day they made a solemn assembly
Neh. 8. 1 8 on the eighth day (was) a solemn assembly
Eze. 43. 27 upon the eighth day, and (so) forward, the
Zech. i. i In the eighth month, in the second year
Z.Eight, nioy, "ipy* shemonah, sheinoneh.
1 Ki.io. 29 in the thirty and eighth year of Asa king
2 Ki.is. 8 In the thirty and eighth year of Azariah
24. 12 took him in the eighth year of his reign
2 Ch.2g. 17 on the eighth day of the month, came they
34. 3 in the eighth year of his reign, while he
3. Eighth, oytioos ogdnos.
Luke i. 59 on the eighth day they came to circumcise
Acts 7. 8 (Abraham), .circumcised him the eighth d.
2 Pe. 2. 5 saved Noah, the eighth (person), a preu.
Rev. 17. ii he, is the eighth, and is of the seven, and
21. 20 the eighth, beryl ; the ninth, a topaz
EIGHTH day, the -
Eighth day, oKTari/Afposoktaemeros.
Phil. 3. 5 Circumcised the eighth day, of the stock
EIGHTIETH
Eighty, C lby shemonim.
i Ki. 6. i in the four hundred and eightieth year
EIGHTY
Eight;/, C jb?* shemonim.
Gen. 5. 25 Methuselah lived an hundred eighty and
5. 26 seven hundred eighty and two years
5. 28 Lamech lived an hundred eighty and two
EITHER
I. Or, in o.
Lev 13. 49, 53 either in the warp, or in the woof, or
2. If, ex im.
i Ch.2i. 12 Either three years famine ; or three mo.
S.And, i ve.
Deuti7. 3 either the sun, or moon, or any of the
4. That, ? ki.
i Ki.iS. 27 either he is talking, or he is pursuing
5. Either, ij e.
Matt. 6. 24 either he will hate the one, and love the
12. 33 Kither make the tree good, and his fruit
Luke 6. 42 Either how canst thou say to thy brother
15. 8 Either what woman, having ten pieces of
16. 13 either he will hate the one, and love the
Acts 17. 21 either to tell, or to hear some new thing
i 00.14. 6 shall speak to you either by revelation
Phil 3. 12 as though I had already attained, either
Jas. 3. 12 Can the fig tree. .bear, .berries? either
EITHER side, on
Hence and hence, tvrfvdfv Koii fVTfvdfv[enteuthen].
John 19. iS and two other with him, on either side
Rev. 22. 2 on either side of the river, (was there) tht
EITHER of them
1...4 man, c* K ish.
Lev. 10. i took either of them his censer ; 2 Ch. 18.9.
2. TJie second pillar, ;?? -ueyn [ammud].
i Ki. 7. 15 a line, .did compass either of them about
EITHER ..or
Even. ..even, D3...D3 gam., gam.
Eccl. 9. i no man knoweth either love or hatred (by)
E -KER, iJiZ root.
Descendant of Judah through Hezron and Jerahmeel.
B.C. 1421.
i Ch. 2. 27 of Ram . . were Maaz, and Jamin, and .
EK -RON, jiipj; naturalisation.
The most northerly of the five cities belonging to the
1 nilistines. It was in the low country or Shefdah, as
well as the other four, and fell to the lot of Judah, and
then to Dan. It is now called Akir and lies five miles
S.W. of Ramleh, and three due E. of Jabneh (Yebna), on
the N. side of the Wady Surar.
Josh 13. 3 From Sihor . . unto the borders of E. nort.
15. ii the border went out unto the side of E.
15. 45 E., with her towns and her villages
15. 46 From E. even unto the sea, all that (lay)
19. 43 And Elon, and Thirnnathah, and E.
Judg. i. 1 8 Askelon. .and E. with the coast thereof
i Sa. 5. 10 Therefore they sent the ark of God to E.
5. 10 as the ark of God came to E.
6. 16 they returned to.E. the same day
6. 17 for Askelon one, for Gath one, for E. one
7. 14 cities. . were restored . .fromE. even unto
17. 52 until thou come, .to the tates of E.
17. 52 Philistines fell down by the way. .unto E.
a Ki. i. 2 Go, enquire of Baal-zebub the god of E.
i. 3, 6, 16 enquire of Baal-zebub the god of E.?
Jer. 25. 20 all the kings of the land of . .E., and
Amos i. G and I will turn mine hand against E.
Zeph. 2. 4 at the noon day, and E. shall be rooted
Zech. ci. 5 Gaza also, .and be very sorrowful, and E.
9. 7 as a governor iu Judah, and E. as a Jub.
EK-RON-ITE and EK-RON-ITES, Tnpjj.
The inhabitants of Ekron.
Josh 13. 3 Eshkalonites, the Gittites, and the E.
i Sa. 5. 10 the E. cried . . They have brought about
EL-A DAH, ~7V."x God is ornament.
Descendant of Ephraim in the fourth degree. B.C. 1570.
i Ch. 7. 20 and E. his son, and Tahath his son
E -LAH, nSx, N^N oak.
1. A duke, chief, or prince of Edom. B.C. 1470.
Gen. 36. 41 Duke Aholibamah, duke E., duke Pinon
i Ch. i. 52 Duke Aholibamah, duke E., duke Pinou
2. A valley in Judah where David slew Goliath. Now
called Wady Stunt.
i Sa. 17. 2 And Saul, .pitched by the valley of E.
17. 19 Saul, and they . . (were) iu the valley of E.
21. 9 whom thou slowest in the valley 01 E.
3. Father of a Ilenjamite commissariat officer under
Solomon. . B.C. 1015.
i Ki. 4. 18 Shimei the sou of E. iu Benjamin
A. Sou and successor of Baasha king of Israel. He
reigned little more than a year, being killed (while
drunk) by Zimri while his army was absent at the siege
of Gibbethou. B.C. 930.
1 Ki. 16. 6 and E. his son reigned in his stead
16. 8 began E. the son of Baasha to reign over
16. 13 For all the sins of Baasha, and. .of E. his
16. 14 Now the rest of the acts of E., and all
5. Father of Hoshea, last king of Israel. B\:. 739.
2 Ki.i5. 30 Hoshea the son of E. made a conspiracy
17. i began Hosha the son of E. to reign in
18. i in the third year of Hoshea son of E.
18. 9 the seventh year of Hoshea son of E. king
6. A son of Caleb son of Jephunneh. B.C. 1450.
i Ch. 4. 15 Iru, E., and Naam : and the sons of E.
7. One of the tribe of Benjamin. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 9. 8 E. the son of Uzzi, the son of Michri, and
E -LAM, c^ K, chiy youth.
1. A son of Sheni, whose family gave his name to a
district which lay S. of Assyria and E. of Persia Proper.
B.C. 2300.
Gen. 10. 22 children of Shem ; E., and Asshur, and
i Ch. i. 17 sons of Shem ; E., and Asshur, and Arp.
2. Country inhabited by the descendants of Elam, i.e.,
Persia.
Gen. 14. i Chedorlaomer king of E., and Tidal king
14. 9 With Chedorlaomer the king of E., and
Isa. ii. ii from E., and from Shinar, and from H.
21. 2 Go up, O E. : besiege, O Media : all the
22. 6 E. bare the quiver with chariots of men
Jer. 25. 25 all the kings of E., and all the kings of
49. 34 came to Jeremiah the prophet against K.
49. 35 I will break the bow of E., the chief of
49. 36 upon E. will I bring the four winds from
49. 36 no nation whither the outcasts of E. shall
49. 37 I will cause E. to be dismayed before
49. 38 I will set my throne in E., and will dest.
49. 39 I will bring again the captivity of E.
Eze. 32. 24 There (is) E. and all her multitude round
Dan. 8. 2 Shusham . . which (is) in the province of E
3. Son of Shashak, a Benjamite. B.C. 1340.
i Ch. 8. 24 And Hananiah, and E., and Antothijah
4. A son of Meshelemiah, a Kohathite. B.C. 1015.
T Ch.26. 3 E. the fifth, Jehohanan the sixth, Elioe.
5. Progenitor of a family that came up from exile. B.C.
536.
Ezra 2. 7 children of E., a thousand two hundred
Neh. 7. 12 children of E., a thousand two hundred
6. Another whose posterity returned from exile. B.C.
53-
Ezra 2. 31 children of the other E.,- a thousand two
Neh. 7. 34 children of the other E., a thous-nd two
7. One whose descendants came up with Ezra. B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 7 of the sons of E. ; Jeshaiah the son of
8. An ancestor of Shechaniah, who made confession of
the people having trespassed in taking strange wives.
B.C. 457.
Ezra 10. 2 Jehiel. .of the sons of E., answered and
10. 26 of the sons of E.; Mattauiah, Zechariah
9. Av.uief that, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant,
B.C. 457.
Neh. 10. 14 chief of the people. .E., Zatthu, Bani
10. A priest who took part in the ceremonial of purify
ing the wall of Jerusalem after it had been rebuilt.
B.C. 445-
Neh. 12. 42 and Malchijah, and E., and Ezer
E-LAJJ-ITES, N !?
The inhabitants of Elam carried to Samaria. B.C. 721.
Ezra 4. 9 Snsanehites, the Dehavites, (and) the E.
Acts 2. 9 Parthians, and Medes, and E., and the
E-LA -SAH, E-LEA -SAH, -T^K God is doer.
1. A priest who had married a strange wife. B.C. 445.
Ezra io. 22 of the sons of Pashur. . Jozabad, and E.
2. An ambassador whom Zedekiah sent to Nebuchad
nezzar. B.C. 599.
Jer. 29. 3 By the hand of E. the sou of Shaph:iu
E -LATH, E -LOTH, n^ H, jrirK palm grove.
An Elamite port now called Eyleh, on the E.orEiauitic
gulf of the Red Sea, near Eziongeher, and now called
Gelaua.
Dent. 2. 8 through the way of the plain from E.
2 Ki.i4. 22 He built K., a;id restored it to Judah
16. 6 recovered K. . . and drave the Jews from E.
1 6. 6 and the Syrians came to E., and dwelt
EL BETH -EL, Shrrrs "?>< god of the house of God.
The name given to the place where God appeared to
Jacob when flying from his brother Esau. B.C. 1739.
Gen. 35. 7 built, .an altar, and called the place E.
EL-DA AH, nJJ?* whom God called.
The last in order of the sons of Midiau. B.C. 1800.
Gen. 25. 4 the sons of Midian . . Abiduli, and E.
i Ch. i. 33 the sons of Midian. .Abida, and E.
EL -DAD, ivx God is a friend.
One of two elders to whom was given the prophetic
power of Moses. B.C. 1492.
Num ii. 26 name of the one (was) E., and the name
n. 27 E. and Medad do prophesy iu the camp
ELDER, (woman;
I. Great, ^nj gadol.
Gen. io. 21 Eber, the brother of Japheth the elder
27. 42 these words of Esau her elder sou were
29. 16 the name of the elder (was) Leah, and the
i Sa. 18. 17 Behold my elder daughter Merah, her
i Ki. 2. 22 kingdom also; for he (is) mine elder broth.
Eze. 16. 46 thine elder sister (is) Samaria, she and
16. 6 1 thy sisters, thine elder and thy younger
23. 4 Aholah the elder, and Aholibah her sister
"2. Old, aged, bearded, Jj3j zaqen.
Gen. 50. 7 elders Of his house, and all the elders
Exod. 3. 16 gather the elders of Israel together, and
3. 18 shalt come, thou and the elders of Israel
4. 29 gathered together all the elders of the
12. 21 Moses called for all the elders of Israel
17. 5 and take with thee of the elders of Israel
17. 6 did so in the sight of the elders of Israel
18. 12 Aaron came, and all the elders of Israel
19. 7 and called for the elders of the people
24. 1,9 Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Is.
24. 14 he said unto the elders, Tarry ye here for
Lev. 4. 15 the elders of the congregation shall lay
9. i Aaron and his sons, and the elders of
Num1 1. 16 seventy men of the elders of Israel
ii. 16 knowest to be the elders of the people
ii. 24 seventy men of the elders of the people
ii. 25 and gave (it) unto the seventy elders
ii. 30 gat him into the carnp, he and the elders
16. 25 the elders of Israel followed him
22. 4 And Moab said unto the elders of Midian
22. 7 elders of Moab and the elders of Midian
Deut. 5. 23 the heads of your tribes, and your elders
19. 12 the elders of his city shall send and
. 2 thy elders and thy judges shall come
. 3 elders of that city shall t.ike an heifer
. 4 the ciders of that city shall bring down
. 6 the elders of that city, (that are) next
. 19 bring bin: cut unto the elders of his city
. 20 shall say unto the elders of his city
22. 15 unto the elders of the city in the gate
22. 16 damsel s father shall say unto the elders
22. 17 the cloth before the elders of the city
22. 18 the elders of that city shall take that
25. 7 wife go up to the gate unto the elders
25. 8 the elders of his city shall call him
25. 9 unto him in the presence of the elders
27. i Moses with the elders of Israel comnian.
29. io your captains of your tribes, your elders
31. 9 and unto all the elders of Israel
31. 28 Gather unto me all the elders of your
32. 7 thy elders, and they will tell thee
Josh. 7. 6 he and the elders of Israel, and put dust
8. 10 and went up, he and the elders of Israel
8. 33 all Israel, and their elders, and officers
9. ii our elders, and all the inhabitants of
20. 4 in the ears of the elders of that city
23. 2 called for all Israel, (and) for their elders
24. i called for the elders of Israel, and for
24. 31 days of the elders that overlived Joshua
Judg. 2. 7 days of the elders that outlived Joshua
8. 14 princes of Succoth, and the elders
8. 16 he took the elders of the city, and thorns
ii. 5 elders of Gilead went to fetch Jephthah
ii. 7, 9 Jephthah said unto the elders of Gil.
ii. 8, io elders of Gilead said unto Jephthah
11. ii Jephthah went with the elders of Gilead
21. 16 Then the elders of the congregation said
Ruth 4. 2 he took ten men of the elders of the city
4. 4 Buy (it), .before the elders of my people
4. 9 Boaz said unto the elders, and (unto) all
4. ii and the elders, said, (We are) witnesses
1 Sa. 4. 3 people were come, .elders of Israel said
8. 4 the elders of Israel gathered themselves
n. 3 the elders of Jabesh said unto him ; Give
15. 30 before the elders of my people, and
16. 4 the elders of the town trembled at his
30. 2.6 he sent of the spoil unto the elders of J.
2 Sa. 3. 17 communication with the elders of Israel
5. 3 the elders of Israel came to the king to
12. 17 the elders of his house arose, (and went)
17. 4 pleased Absalom well, and all the elders
17. 15 counsel Absalom and the elders *f Israel
19. ii Speak unto the elders of Judah, saying
i Ki. 8. i Solomon assembled the elders of Israel
ELDER 293 ELEVEN
1 Ki. 8. 3 the elders of Israel came, ami the priests
;o. 7 king, .called all the elders of the land
20. 8 the elders, and all the people, said unto
21. 8 sent the letters unto the elders and to
21. ii the elders and the nobles who were the
2 Ki. 6. 32 in his house, and the elders sat with him
f . \2 he said to the ciders, See ye how this
10. i uuto the rulers of Je/.reel, to the elders
jo. 5 he that (was) over the city, the elders
19. 2 the scribe, and the elder* of the priests
23. i they gathered unto him all the elders of
1 Ch.n. 3 Therefore came all the elders of Israel
15. 25 David, and the elders of Israel, and
21. 16 David and the elders, .fell upon their
2 Ch. 5. 2 Sulomon assembled the elders of Israel
5. 4 the elders of Israel came ; and the Lev.
34. 29 gathered together all the elders of Judah
Ezra 10 8 the counsel of the princes and the elders
10. 14 with them the elders of every city, and
I sa. 107. 32 praise him in the assembly of the elders
1 rov.ji. 23 he sitteth among the elders of the land
Isa. 37. a the scribe, and the elders of the pric-sts
Jer. 26. 17 rose up certain of the elders of the land
29. i unto the residue of the elders which
Lam. i. 19 my priests and mine elders gave up the
2. 10 the elders of the daughter of Zion sit
4. i6the priests, they favoured not the elders
5. 12 the faces of elders were not honoured
5. 14 The elders have ceased from the gate
Eze. 8. i and the elders of Judah sat before me
14. i Then came certain of the elders of Israel
20. i certain of the elders of Israel came to
20. 3 speak unto the elders of Israel, and say
Joel i. 14 gather the elders(and) all the inhabitants
2. 16 assemble the elders, gather the children
3. Great, ri rab.
Gen. 25 23 and the elder shall serve the younger
4.Grey headed, z\? sab.
Ezra 5. 5 eye of their God was upon the elders of
5. 9 Then asked we those elders, (and) said
6. 7 the governor of the Jews, and the elders
6. 8 ye shall do to the elders of these Jews
6. 14 the elders of the Jews builded, and they
5.A cjfd as to days, C C;? C jpt zeqenim Ic-yamim.
Job 32. 4 because they (were) elder than he
6. (Greater, /neifav mcizfin.
Rom. 9. 12 The elder shall serve the younger
7. Elder, aged person, irptff&vTfpos prcsbnteros.
Mattis. 2 transgress the tradition of the elders?
16. 21 and suffer many things of the elders and
si. 23 chief priests and the elders of the people
26. 3 the scribes, and the elders of the people
26. 47 chief priests and elders of the people
26. 57 the scribes and the elders were assembled
26. 59 the chief priests, and elders, and all the
27. i chief priests and elders of the people
27. 3 silver to the chief priests and elders
.^7. 12 accused of the chief priests and elders
27. 20 the chief priests and elders persuaded
27. 41 mocking (him), with the scribes and elders
28. 12 when they were assembled with the elders
Mark 7. 3 holding the tradition of the elders
7. 5 according to the tradition of the elders
8. 31 and be rejected of the elders, and (of) the
11. 27 priests, and the scribes, and the elders
14. 43 priests and the scribes and the elders
14. 53 all the chief priests and the elders and
15. i held a consultation with the elders and
Luke 7. 3 he sent unto him the elders of the Jews
9. 22 and be rejected of the elders and n. 2;.
20. i the scribes came upon (him) with the eld.
22. 52 and captains of the temple, and the elders
Acts. 4. 5 that their rulers, and elders, and scribes
4. 8 rulers of the people, and elders of Israel
4. 23 all that the chief priests and elders had
6. 12 they stirred up the people, and the elders
ii. 30 sent it to the elders by the hands of
14. 23 had ordained them elders in every church
15. 2 to Jerusalem unto the apostles and elders
15. 4 church, and (of) the apostles and elders
15. 6 the apostles and elders came together
15. 22 Then pleased it the apostles and elders
15. 23 The apostles and elders and brethren
16. 4 were ordained of the apostles and elders
20. 17 and called the elders of the church
21. 18 and all the elders were present
23. 14 they came to the chief priests and elders
24. i the high priest descended with the elders
25. 15 the chief priests and the elders of the
5. i Rebuke not an elder, but entreat (him) as
5. 17 Let the elders that rule well be counted
5. 19 Against an elder receive not an accusation
Titus i. 5 and ordain elders in every city, as I had
Heb. ii. 2 by it the elders obtained a good report
Jas. 5. 14 let him call for the elders of the church
i The elders which are among you
i The elder unto the elect lady and her
i The elder nnto the well beloved Gaius
4 I saw four and twenty elders sitting
4. 10 The four and twenty elders fall down
5. 5 one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not
5. 6 in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb
5. 8 four (and) twenty elders fell down before
5. 1 1 the throne and the beasts and the elders
5. 1 4 the four (and) twenty elders fell down and
7. 1 1 about the throne, and (about) the elders
7. 13 one of the elders answered, saying unto
11. 16 the four and twenty elders which sat
i Ti
1 Pe.
2 Jo.
3 Jo.
Rev.
Rev. 14. 3 and before the four beasts, and the elders
19. 4 the four and twenty elders, and the four
ELDER, also an
A fellow elder, crv/j.Trptff/3vrfpos ftumprrsbuteros.
i Pe. 5. i who am also an elder, and a witness of
ELDERS, (estate of) the
1. Eldership, presbytery, Trpfapintpiovpresbttterion.
Luke 22. 66 the elders of the people, and the chief
Acts 22. 5 and all the estate of the elders
2. Elder, aged person, irpta&vTfpos prcsbuteros.
Luke 15. 25 his elder son was in the field : and as he
i Ti. 5. 2 The elder women as mothers; the younger
1 Pe. 5. 5 younger, submit yourselves unto the eld.
ELDEST (son)
1. First lorn, 1123 bekor.
> um. i. 20 the children of Reuben, Israel s eldest s.
26. 5 Reuben, the eldest son of Israel
2 Ki. 3. 27 he took his eldest son, that should have
Job i. 13 drinking.. in then-eldest brother s house
1. 18 drinking, .in their eldest brother s house
I.Great, Vna gadol.
Gen. 27. i he called Esau his eldest son, and said
27. 15 goodly raiment of her eldest son Esau
44 12 began at the eldest, and left at the young.
1 Sa. 17. 13 the three eldest sons of Jesse went (and)
17. 74 and the three eldest followed Saul
17. 28 Eliab his eldest brother heard when he
3.Aged, jp: zaqen.
Gen. 24. 2 Abraham said unto his eldest servant of
i. First, rtrxi rishon.
2 Ch.22. i the band of men . . had slain all the eldest
5. Elder, irpffffivrfpos prcsbuteros.
John 8. 9 beginning at the eldest, (even) unto the
EL -EAD, ~^X God is witness.
A descendant of Ephrairn, slain by invaders. B.C. 1680.
i Ch. 7. 21 Ezer, and E., whom the men of Gath
EL-EA -LEH, n^x .vS^x God is exalted. ,
A place on the E. of the Jordan in the pastoral country
taken possession of by Reuben The modern name is
El-A al ("the high"), a mile >". of Heshbon. Exten
sive ruins are still seen.
Nun>32. 3 Heshbon, and E.. Shebam, and Nebo
32 37 children of Reuben built Heshbon, and E.
Isa. 1 5 4 Heshbon shall cry, and E : their voice
16. 9 I will water thee with . . tears, O . . E.
Jer. 48 34 From the cry of Heshbon (even) unto E.
EL-EA -SAH, EL-A -SAH, n^x God is doer.
1. A son of Helez of the family of Hezron. B C. 1305
i Ch. 2. 39 Azariah begat Helez, and Helez begat E.
2. 40 E. begat Sisamai, and Sisamai begat Sha
2. A son of Rapha or Raphaiah, a descendant of Saul.
B.C. 960
i Ch. 8. 37 Rapha. .his son, E. his son, Azel his son
9. 43 Rephaiah his son, E. his son, Azel his
EL-EA -ZAR, iJS^x, EA.eoap God is helper.
1 . Third son of Aaron by Elisheba, daughter of Amminadab,
a descendant of Judah through Pharez. B C. 1452.
Exod. 6 23 she bare him Nadab, and Abihu, E., and
6. 25 E., Aaron sson. took, .of the daughters of
28. i Nadab and Abihu, E. and Ithamar
Lev. 10. 6 Moses said unto Aaron, and unto E.
10. 12 Moses spake unto Aaron, and unto E.
10. 16 he was angry with E. and Ithamar, the
Num 3. 2 Nadab the first born, and Abihu, E., and
3. 4 E. and Ithamar ministered in the priest s
3. 32 E. . .(shall be) chief over the chief of the
4. 16 And to the office of E . .the oil for the
16. 37 Speak unto E. the son of Aaron the pri.
16. 39 E. the priest took the brasen censers
7 9- 3 > e shall give her unto E. the priest, that
19. 4 E. the priest shall take of her blood with
20. 25 Take Aaron and E. his son, and bring
20. 26, 28 and put them upon E. his son
25. 7 when Phinehas, the son of E. . . saw (it)
25. M Phinehas, the son of E. . .hath turned my
26. i LORD spake unto Moses and unto E. the
26. 3 Moses and E. the priest spake with them i
26. 60 unto Aaron was born Nadab,and Abihu.E. |
2d. 63 that were numbered by Moses and E.
27. 2 they stood before Moses, and before E.
2-7. 19 set him before E the priest, and before
|
27, 21 he shall stand before E. the priest, who I
27. 22 he took Joshua, and set him before E. the
31. 6 them and Phinehas the son of E. the pr.
31. 12 they brought the captives, .unto. .E. the
31. 13 Moses, and E. the priest, .went forth to
31. 21 E. the priest said unto the men of war
~i\. 26 Take the sum of the prey, .thou, and E.
31. 29 Take (it) of their half, and give (it) unto E.
31. 31 Moses and E. the priest did as the LORD
31. 41 Moses gave the tribute, .unto E. the pri.
31. 51, 54 And Moses and E. the priest took the
32. 2 the children of Reuben, .spake unto. .E.
32. 28 So concerning them Moses commanded E.
34. 17 E. the priest, and Joshua the son of >"un
Deut 10. 6 E. his sou ministered in the priest s office
Josh 14. r which E. the priest, .distributed for inh.
17. 4 they came near before E. the priest, and
19. 51 These (are) the inheritances, which E.
21. i Then came, .the Levites uuto E. the
22. 13 Phinehas the sou of E. the priest
Josh. 22. 31 Phinehas the son of E. the priest said
22. 32 Phinehas the son of E. the priest, .retu.
24. 33 E. the son of Aaron died ; and they bur.
Judgio. 28 Phinehas, the son of E. . .stood liefore it
i Ch. 6. 3 The sons also of Aaron. .E., and Ithamar
6. 4 E. begat Phinehas, i hinehas begat Abish.
6. 50 E. his son, Phinehas his son, Abishua
9. 20 Phinehas the son of E. was the rnl> r over
24. i sons of Aaron. .Abihu, E., and Ithamar
24. 2 E. and Ithamar executed the priest s office
24. 3 both Zadok of the sons of E., and A him.
24. 4 more chief men found of the sons of E.
24. 4 Among the sons of E. . .sixteen chief men
24. 5 governors, .were of the sons of E., and
24. 6 principal household being taken for E.
Ezra 7. 5 Abishua.. son of Phinehas.. son of E.
2. Son of Amminadab of Kirjath-jearim, set apart to take
care of the ark after it was sent back by the Philistines.
B.C. 1 1 20.
1 Sa. 7. i sanctified E. his son to keep the ark of
3. A son of Dodo, the Ahohite, one of the three chief
captains of David s army. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 9 after him (was) E. the son of Dodothj A.
i Ch.n. 12 after him (was) E. the son of Dodo, the A.
4. A Merarite and son of Mahli. He had daughters
only, who were married to their cousins. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.23. 21 The sons of of Mahli ; E. and Kish
23. 22 E. died, and-had no sons, but daughters
24. 28 Of Mahli (came) E., who had no sons
5. A priest who participated in the feast of the dedica
tion of the wall under Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Xeh. 12. 42 Maaseiah, and Shemaiah, and E., and U.
6. A son of Fhinehas. a Levite. B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 33 and with him. .E. the son of I hinehas
7. Son of Eliud, three generations above Joseph the
husband of Mary.
Matt. i. 15 Eliud begat E. ; and E. begat Matthan
ELECT -
I. Chosen, choice, Tra bnchir.
Isa. 42. i my servant, whom I uphold : mine elect
45. 4 For . . Israel mine elect, I have even called
65. 9 mine elect shall inherit it, and my ser.
65. 22 mine elect shall long enjoy the work of
2. Laid out, chosen, choice, f /cAf/cros efclekfos.
Matt 24. 22 for the elect s sake those days shall be
24. 24 if. .possible, they shall deceive the very e.
24. 31 and they shall gather together his elect
Marki3- 20 no flesh should be saved : but for the eL
13. 22 to seduce, if (it were) possible, even the e.
13. 27 and shall gather together his elect from
Luke 1 8. 7 And shall not God avenge his own elect
Rom. S. 33 lay anything to the charge of God s elect?
Col. 3.12 Put on therefore, as the elect of God, holy
1 Ti. 5. 21 I charge, .before God. .and the elect
2 Ti. 2. 10 I endure all things for the elect s sake
Titus i. i according to the faith of God s elect, and
1 Pe. i. 2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of
2. 6 I lay in Sion a chief corner stone, elect
2 Jo. i The elder unto the elect lady and her
13 The children of thy elect sister greet thee
ELECTED together -with
Chosen along with, ffvvtK\fK-r6s suneklektos.
i Pe. 5. 13 at Babylon, elected together with
ELECTION
Choice, a laying out, ftchoyi) ekloye.
Rom. 9. it according to election might stand, not
ii. 5 there is a remnant according to the ele.
ii. 7 the election hath obtained it, and the
ii. 28 but as touching the election, (they are)
1 Th. i. 4 Knowing, brethren beloved, your elec.
2 Pe. i. 10 to make your calling and election sure
El ELO-HE IS-RA -EL, Vso^ nV ^x God, the God
of Israel.
The name given by Jacob to the altar he erected near
Shechem, where he pitched his tent and afterwards
purchased from the sons of Hamor. B.C. 1732.
Gen. 33. 20 he erected, .an altar, and called it E.
ELEMENTS
Elements, rudiments,jirst step,ffToixf?ov stuicheion.
Gal. 4. 3 were in bondage under the elements of
4. 9 to the weak and beggarly elements
2 Pe. 3. 10, 12 the elements shall melt with fervent
E -LEPH, l^x union, ox.
A town of Benjamin, and named next to Jerusalem.
Josh.iS. 28 Zelah, E., and Jebusi, which (is) Jerusa.
ELEVEN
1. Eleven, one (and) ten, W TJX achad asar.
Gen. 32. 22 his two women, servants, and his eleven
37. 9 the eleven stars, made obeisance to me
2 Ki. 23. 36 Jehoiakim. .reigned eleven years in Jer.
24. 18 Zedekiah. .reigned eleven years in Jeru.
2 Ch-36. 5 Jehoiakim. .reigned eleven years in Jer
36. ii Zedekiah. .reigned eleven years in Jeru.
Jer. 52. i Zedekiah. .reigned eleven years in Jeru.
Z. Eleven, (T.fc i;) -\yy nyy ashte asar.
Exod26. 7 upon the tabernacle ; eleven curtains
26. 8 the eleven curtains (shall be all) of one
36. 14 over the tabernacle : eleven curtains he
36. 15 the eleven curtains (were) of one size
Xum 29. 2 on the third day eleven bullocks, two
Eze. 40. 49 and the breadth eleven cubits ; and
3. Eleven, one (and) ten, cVScica hendeka.
Matt 28. 16 Then the eleven disciples went away
ELEVENTH 294 ELIEZER
Marki6. 14 he appeared unto the eleven as they sat
Luke 24. 9 and told all these tilings unto the eleven
24. 33 they rose up. .and found the eleven
Acts i. 26 he was numbered with the eleven apost.
2. 14 Peter, standing up with the eleven
ELEVENTH
l.Kleven, (n~! t?y) W Wa asMc astir.
Num. 7 72 On the eleventh day Pagiel. .(offered)
Deut. i. 3 in the eleventh month, on the first (day)
1 Ki. 6 38 in the eleventh year, in the month Bui
2 Ki. 9. 29 in the eleventh year of Jorum the son of
25. 2 the city was besieged unto the eleventh
i Ch. 12. 13 Jeremiah the tenth, Machbanai the elev.
24. 12 The eleventh to Eliashib, the twelfth to
25. 18 The eleventh to Azareel, (he), his sons
27. 14 The eleventh (captain) for the eleventh
Jer. i. 3 unto the end of the eleventh year of Zed.
39. 2 (And) in the eleventh year of Zedekiah
52. 5 the city was besieged unto the eleventh
Eze. 26. i And it came to pass in the eleventh year
30. 20 it came to pass in the eleventh year, in
31. i it came to pass in the eleventh year, in
Zech. i. 7 and twentieth day of the eleventh month
^..Eleventh, ivStKaro? htndekatos.
Matt 20. 6 And about the eleventh hour he went
20. 9 they came that (were hired) about the el.
Rev. 21 20 the eleventh, a jacinth ; the twelfth, an
EL-HA -NAN, iJnVx God is gracious.
1. Son of Jair, who slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath
the Gittite. B C. 1048.
1 Ch. 20. 5 E the son of Jair slew Lahmi the brother
2 Sa. 21. 19 E. the son of Jaare-oregim. .slew (the br.)
2. A son of Dodo the Bethlehemite, and one of the thirty
of David s chief men. B c. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 24 E. the son of Dodo of Beth-lehem
i Ch.ti. 26 E. the sou of Dodo of Beth-lehem
E -LI, ^y Jah is high.
High priest and judge of Israel, who immediately pre
ceded Samuel. His descent was through Ithamar the
younger of Aaron s two surviving sous.
i Sa. i. 3 And the two sons of E . .(were) there
i. 9 K. the priest sat upon a seat by a post of
i. 12 it came to pass, .that E. marked her mo.
i. 13 therefore E. thought she had been drunk.
1. 14 E. said unto her, How long wilt thou be
i. 17 E. answered and said, Go in peace : and
1. 25 slew a bullock, and brought the child to K.
2. it child did minister unto the LORD before E
B. 12 Now the sons of E. (were) sons of Belial
2. 20 E. blessed Elkanah and his wife, and said
2. 22 E. was very old, and heard all that his
2. 27 And there came a man of God unto E.
3. i Samuel ministered unto the L. before E.
3. 2 when E. (was) laid down in his place, and
3. 5 And he ran unto E., and said, Here (am)
3. 6 Samuel arose and went to E . and said
3. 8 he arose and went to E., and said, Here
3. 8 E. perceived that the LOUD had called
3. 9 E. said unto Samuel, Go, lie down : ami
3. 12 I will perform against E, all . .which I
3. 14 I have sworn unto the house of E., that
3. 14 the iniquity of E. s house shall not be
3. 15 And Samuel feared to show E. the vision
3. 16 E. called Samuel, and said, Samuel, my
4. 4 the two sons of E. . .(were) there with the
4. j i the two sons of E., Hophni and Phinehas
4. 13 E. sat upon a seat by the wayside watch
4 14 when E heard the noise of the crying, he
4. 14 And the man came in hastily, and told E.
4. 15 Now E. was ninety and eight years old
4.16 the man said unto E . I (am) he that came
14. 3 Phiuehas. the son of E.. the LORD S priest
i Ki. 2. 27 he spake concerning the house of E in
E-LI, HAi; in Heb. ^N eli, my God.
Matt 27. 46 cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli ! Eli !
E-LI -AB, UN ^K God is father.
1. A son of Helon. and leader of the tribe of Zebulun
at the time of the census in the wilderness. B.C. 1490.
Num. i. 9 Of Zebulun; E the son of Helon
2. 7 E. the son of Helon . . captain of the chil.
7. 24 On the third day E. the son of Helon
7, 29 this (was) the offering of E. the son of H.
10. 16 over the host, .of Zebulun. .E. the son of
2. A Reubenite, son of Pallu or Phallu, and father of
Dathan and Abiram. B C. 1490.
Numio i Dathan and Abiram the sons of E. . .took
16. 12 to call Dathan and Abiram, the sons of E
26. 8 And the sons of Pallu : E.
26. 9 the sons of E.; Nemuel, and Dathan. and
Deut ii. 6 did unto Dathan and Abiram . .sons of E
3. The eldest son of Jesse and brother of David. He
is called Elihu in i Ch 27. 18. B.C. 1065.
i Sa. 16. 6 it came to pass, that he looked on E
17. 13 three sons that wont to the battle (were) E.
17. 28 E. his eldest brother heard when he spake
17. 28 X. saugt-r was kindled against D., and he
1 Ch. 2. 13 Jessy henat his first born ?:., and Abina.
2 Ch.n. 18 Abihail the daughter of E the son of Je
4. A I/evite in the time of David, and was both a porter
and a musician on the psaltery. B C. 1015.
i Ch.is. 18 Jehiel, and I nni, E , and Benaiah, and
15. 20 Jehiel, and I : nni, and E., and Maaseiah
16 5 Jehiel, and Mattlthiah, and E., and Ben.
5. A Gadite warlike leader who with others came over
to David in the wilderness. B.C. 1058.
i Ch.i2. 9 Ezer the first, Obadiah the second, E. the
6 An ancestor of Samuel the prophet ; a Kohathite
Levite, son of Nahath In other statements of the
genealogy he is called r.lihu (i Sa. i. i); and Eliel
(i Ch. 6. 34).
1 Ch. 6. 27 E. his son, Jeroham his son, Elkanah his
EL-IA -DA, in;
1
?* (lad is knowing.
1. One of the sons of David. B.C. 1030.
2 Sa. 5. 16 And Klishama, and E., and Eliphalet
1 Ch. 3. 8 And Elishama, and E., and Eliphalet
2. A Benjamite mighty warrior who led 200,000 of his
tribe to the army of Jehoshaphat. B.c 941.
2 Ch 17. 17 of Benjamin; E. a mighty man of valour
EL-IA -DAH, yvVN God is knoicing.
An Aramite of Zobah, father of Rezou, the captain of a
marauding band that annoyed Solomon. B.C. 1025.
i Ki.ii. 23 Rezon the son of E., which fled from his
E-LI -All. n;Si< God is Jah.
1. A sou of Jeroham the Beujamite, and head of his
tribe. B.C. 1300.
1 Ch. 8. 27 Jaresiah, and E., and Zit-hri, the sons of
2. One of the Bene-Elara that married a strange wife
B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 26 Jehiel, and Abdi, and Jeremoth, and E.
EL-IAH -BA, N?rC* God hides.
A Shaalbonite, one of David s famous guard of thirty
B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 32 E. the Shaalbonite, of the sons of Jashen
1 Ch.n. 33 Azmaveth the Baharumite, E. the Shaal.
EL-IA -XIM, C7;Sx, E\ia.Kfi/j. God is setting up.
1. A son of Hilkiuh, successor of Shebna as master of
Hezekiah s household. B.C. 710.
2 Ki. 18. 18 there came out to them E. the son of H.
18. 26 Then said E. the son of Hilkiah, and Sh.
18. 37 Then came E. the son of Hilkiah, which
19. 2 And he sent E., which (was) over the ho
Isa. 22. 20 I will call my servant E. the son of Hilk.
3t>. 3 Then came forth unto him E., Hilkiah s
36. 1 1 Then said E. and Shebna and Joah unto
36. 22 Then came E . .that (was) over the house.
37. 2 And he sent E., who (was) over the house.
2. Original name of king Jehoiakim. B.C. 599.
2 Ki.2^. 34 Pharaoh-nechoh made E. thesonof Josiah
2 Ch.3o. 4 the king of Egypt made E. his brother
3. A priest that assisted at the dedication of the wall in
the time of Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 41 the priests; E., Maaseiah, Miniamin, Mi.
4. Eldest son of Abiud or Judah ; brother of Joseph, and
father of Azor in the genealogy of Christ.
Matt. 1.13 Abiud begat E. ; and E. begat Azor
Luke 3. 30 (son) of Jonan, which was (the son) of E.
E-LI -AM, Cj,"^N God is founder of the people.
1. Father of Bath-sheba, wife of David, B C. 1060. Called
also Ammiel.
2 Sa. ii. 3 not this Bath sheba, the daughter of E.
2. One of David s thirty mighty men. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 34 E. the son of Ahithophel the Gilonite
E-LI -AS, HAias, the Greek-form of Elijah.
Mattn. 14 if ye will receive (it), this is E., which
16 14 Some. .John the Baptist ; some, E
17. 3 there appeared unto them Moses and E.
17. 4 thee, and one for Moses, and one for E.
17. 10 Why then say the scribes that E. must
17. ii E. truly shall first come, and restore all
17. 12 E. is come already, and they knew him
27. 47 Some . . said, This (man) calleth for E.
27 49 let us see whether E. will come to save
Mark 6. 15 Others said, That it is E And others said
8. 28 but some. .E. ; and others, One of the pr
9. 4 there appeared unto them E. with Moses
9. 5 thee, and one for Moses, and one for E.
9. ii Why say the scribes that E. must first c.?
9. 12 E. verily cometh first, and restoreth all
9. 13 E. is indeed come, and they have done
15. 35 some of them . . said. Behold, he calleth E.
15. 36 let us >ee whether E. will come to take
Luke i. 17 shall go before him in the spirit, .of E.
4. 25 many widows, .in Israel in the days of E.
4. 26 unto none of them was E. sent, save unto
9. 8 And of some, that E. had appeared ; and
9. 19 They answering said . .but some (say), E.
9. 30 talked with him two men. .Moses and E.
9. 33 thee, and one for Moses, and one for E.
9. 54 and consume them, even as E. did ?
John i. 21 they asked him, What then? Art thou E. :
1. 25 Why baptizest thou . . if thou be not . . E.
Rom ii. 2 Wot ye not what the Scripture saith of E. :
Jas. 5 17 E. was man subject to like passions as
EL-IA -SAPH, IP^N God is yatherer.
1. Son of Deuel and head of the tribe of Gad at the
census in the wilderness. B.C. 1490.
Num. 1. 14 Of Gad ; E. the son of Deuel
2. 14 the captain of the sons of Gad. .E.
7. 42 On the sixth day E. the sou of Deuel
7. 47 this, .the offering of K. the son of Deuel
10. 20 over, .the children of Gad. .E. the son of
2. Son of Lael a chief of the house of the father of the
Gershonites at the census in the wilderness. B.C. 1490.
Num. 3. 24 the chief, .of the Gershonites. .E. the son
EL-IA -SHIB. 3V^K God is requiter.
1. A priest in the time of David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.24. i: The eleventh to E., the twelfth to Jakini
2. A descendant of the royal family of Judah. B.C. 445
i Ch. 3. 24 the sons of Elioenai. .Hodaiah, and E.
3. The high priest at the time of the rebuilding of the
wall under Neherniah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. i E. the high priest rose up, with his breth.
3. 20 unto the door of the house of E. the high
3. 21 house of K. ..to the end of the house of E.
13. 4 E. the priest, .(was) allied untoTobiah
13. 7 I . . understood . . the evil that E. did f</r
13. 28 Joiada, tin- son of E. the high priest
4. A singer who married a strange wife in the exile.
B.C. 44S.
Ezra 10. 24 Of the singers also ; E. : and of the
5. A son of /at 1 11. whose wife was a stranger. B.C. 445.
Ezra io. 27 of the sous of Zattu ; Elioenai, E., Matt.
6. A sou of Bani, who married a strange wife. B C. 445.
Ezra 10. 36 Vaniah, Meremoth, E.
7. An ancestor of Johanan who assisted Ezra in the as
sembly about strange wives. B.C. 445.
Ezra io. 6 into the chamber of Johanan the son of E.
Neh. 12. io J. begat Joiakim, Joiakim also begat E.
12. 22 The Levites, in the days of E. . .(were)
12. 23 until the days of Johanan the son of E.
E-LI-A -THAH, "riN bK God is come.
A son of Ill-mail appointed by lot for the service of
song in the sanctuary. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.25. 4 Hem. : the sons of Heman ; Bukkiah. .E.
25. 27 The twentieth to E , (he), his sons, and
E-LI -DAD, -n S* God is a friend.
A chief of Benjamin chosen to represent his tribe in
the allotment of Canaan. B.C. 1452.
Num. 34. 21 Of the tribe of Benjamin, E. the son of
E-Ll -EL, Vx1^ God is God.
1. Great-grandfather of Samuel the prophet : in i Ch.
6. 27 it is Eliab.
i Ch. 6. 34 Jeroham, the son of E., the son of Toah
2. Head of the house of Manasseh in Bashan. B.C 800.
i Ch. 5. 24 E. . .heads of the house of their fathers
3. A son of Shimhi the Benjamite. B.C. 1340
i Ch. 8. 20 And Elienai, and Zilthai, and E.
4 A son of Shashak, a Benjamite. B.C 1340.
i Ch. 8. 22 And Ishpan, and Heber, and E.
5. A captain of David s army. B.C 1048.
i Ch.ii. 46 E. the Mahavite, and Jeribai and Josh.
G Another of David s valiant men. B.C. 1048
i Ch ii 47 E., and Obed, and Jasiel the Mesobaite
7. A Gadite that joined David at Ziklag ; perhaps the
same as No. 5. or 6.
i Ch 12. ii Attai the sixth, E. the seventh
8 A chief of Judah in David s time ; perhaps the same
as No. 5
i C h.i5. 9 Of the sons of Hebron ; E. the chief
!) A chief Levite whom David called on to assist in
bringing up the Ark from the house of Obed-edom. B c.
1042
1 Ch.i5. ii David called for.. the priests, aud..E.
10. A Levite, overseer of the dedicated things in the
time of Hezekiah. B.C. 726
2 Ch-si. 13 E., and Ismachiah, and Mahath. .overs.
E-LI-E -KAI, Til SiS unto God are mine eyes.
\ son of Shimhi, a Benjamite. B.C. 1340.
i Ch. 8. 20 And E., and Zilthai, and Eliel
E-LI E -ZER, IJB^gi EAuCep God is help.
1. Abraham s chief servant, called by him " Eliezer of
Damascus," (or rather Damascus Eliezer). The com
mon version makes him born in Abraham s house;
but the original is simply "son of my house" (Gen
15. 3), which imports no more than that he was one of
the household. B.C. 1913.
Gen. 15. 2 the steward of my house (is) this E. of D.
2. Second son of Moses and Zipporah, to whom his
father gave this name as a memento of his gratitude to
God. B.C. 1500.
Exod. 18. 4 the name of the other (was) E. ; for the
i Ch.23. 15 The sons of Moses (were) Gershom and E.
23. 17 the sons of E. (were) Rehabiah the chief
23. 17 And E. had none other sons
26. 25 And his brethren by E. ; Rehabiah his
3. A grandson of Benjamin. B.C. 1650.
i Ch. 7. 8 And the sons of Becher ; Zemira, and . . E.
4. A priest who assisted in bringing up the ark from the
house of Obed-edom. B.C. 1042.
i Ch.is. 24 Benaiah, andE., the priests, did blow
"). A ruler of Reuben in the time of David. B.C. 1015.
1 01.27. 16 the ruler of the Reubenites (was) E.
6 A prophet that rebuked Jehoshaphat for joining
with Ahaziah king of Israel in an expedition to Ophir.
B.C. 896.
2 Ch.2o. 37 E. the son of Dodavah. .prophesied agai
7. A chief sent with others to induce some Levites and
others to accompany Ezra to Jerusalem. B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 16 Then sent I for E., for Ariel, for Shemai.
8. A priest who had taken a strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra io. 1 8 Maaseiah, and E. , and Jarib, and Gedaliah
9. A Levite who had trespassed like No. S.
Ezra io. 23 Levites ; Jozabad, and Shimei. .and E.
ELIHOREPH 295 ELISHAMA
10. One of the sons of Harim who had done likewise.
Ezra 10. 31 And (of) the sons of Harim ; E., Ishijah
11. An ancestor of Joseph husband of Mary in the line
traced by Luke. Luke 3. 29.
ELIHOENAI. See ELIOENAI.
ELI-KO REPH, TjrvS? God of harvest rain.
A scribe or secretary of Solomon. B.C. 1015.
i Ki. 4. 3 E. and Ahiah, the sons of Shisha, scribes
E-LI -HTT, n Sg God himself.
1. Great-grandfather of Samuel the prophet, and son of
Tohu. Both Eliel and Eliab are used of this man in
i Ch. vi. B.C. 1230.
i Sa. i. i the son of Jeroham, the son of E.
2. Manassehite who joined David at Ziglag. B.C. 1058.
i Ch.iz. 20 E., and Zilthai, captains of the thousands
3. A Kohathite of the family of Kprah, and a porter at
the tabernacle in the time of David. B.C. 1022.
i Ch. 26. 7 whose brethren (were) strong men, E.
4 A brother of David (same as Eliab), made ruler over
Judah. B.C. 1060.
i Ch.27. 18 Of Judah; E., (one) of the brethren of D.
6. Youngest of Job s three-friends. B.C. 1520.
Job 32. 2 Then was kindled the wrath of E. the son
32. 4 Now E. had waited till Job had spoken
32. 5 When E. saw that (there was) no answer
32. 6 E. . . said, I (am) young, and ye (are) very
34. i Furthermore, E. answered and said, Hear
35. i E. spake moreover, and said, Thinkest
36. i E. also proceeded, and said, Suffer me
E-LI -JAH, M^K my God is Jah, or God himself.
1. The grandest and most romantic character that Israel
ever produced. " Elijah the Tishbite of the inhabitants
of Gilead," is literally all we know of his parentage.
B.C. 897.
i Ki. 17. i And E. the Tishbite. .said unto Ahab
17. 13 And E. said unto her, Fear not ; go
17. 15 she. .did according to the saying of E.
17. 16 word of the LORD, which he spake by E.
17. 18 she said unto E., What have I to do with
17. 22 the LORD heard the voice of E.; and the
17. 23 E. took the child, and brought him down
17. 23 and E. said, See, thy son liveth
17. 24 the woman said to E., Now by this I know
18. i the word of the LORD came to E. in the
18. 2 And E. went to show himself unto Ahab
8. 7 as Obadiah was in the way, behold, E.
8. 7 and said, (Art) thou that my lord E.?
8. 8,11,14 go. tell thy lord, Behold, E. (is here)
8. 15 E. said, (As) the LORD of hosts liveth
8. 16 and Ahab went to meet E.
8. 17 it came to pass, when Ahab saw E., that
8. 21 E. came unto all the people, and said
8. 22 Then said E. unto the people, I . .1 only
8. 25 And E. said unto the prophets of Baal
8. 27 E. mocked them, and said, Cry aloud
8. 30 E. said unto all the people, Come near
8 31 E. took twelve stones, according to the
8. 36 E. came near, and said, LORD God of Ab.
8. 40 E. said unto them, Take the prophets of
8. 40 E. brought them down to the brook K.
8. 41 E. said unto Ahab, Gettheeup, eat and
8. 42 and E. went up to the top of Carmel
8. 46 And the hand of the LORD was on E.
9. i Ahab told Jezebel all that E. had done
19. 2 Jezebel sent a messenger unto E., saying
19. 9 said unto him, What doest thou ihere, E.I
19. 13 E. heard (it,).,what dost thou here, E.v
19. 19 E. passed by him, and cast his mantle
19. 20 And he left the oxen, and ran after E.
19. 21 he arose, and went after E., and ministe.
21 17 the word of the LORD came to E. the T.
21. 20 Ahab said to E., Hast thou found me, O
21. 28 the word of the LORD came to E., the T.
aKi. i. 3 the angel of the LORD said to E. the Ti.
i. 4 Thou., shalt surely die. And E. departed
:. 8 And he said, It (is) E. the Tishbite
i. 10 E. answered and said to the captain of
i. 12 E. answered and said unto them, If I (be)
1.13 third captain . .fell on his knees before E.
i. 15 the angel of the LORD said unto E., Go
1. 17 died according to the word . .which K. had
2. i .the LORD would take up E. into heaven
3. i that E. went with Elisha from Gilgal
2. 2 E. said unto Elisha, Tarry here, I pray
2. 4 E. said unto him, Elisha, Tarry here
2. 6 E. said unto him, Tarry, I pray thee
2. 8 E. took his mantle, and wrapped (it)
2. 9 E. said unto Elisha, Ask what I shall do
2. 1 1 E. went up by a whirlwind into heaven
2. 13 He took up also the mantle of E. that
2. 14 he took the mantle of E. , .and smote the
2. 14 and said, Where (is) the LORD God of E.?
2. 15 The spirit of E. doth rest on Elisha
3. ii Elisha. .poured water on the hands of E.
9. 36 which he spake by his servant E. the
TO. 10 LORD hath done . . which he spake by . . E.
10. 17 saying of the LORD, which he spake to E.
2 Ch.2i. 12 there came a writing to him from E.
Mai. 4. 5 Behold, I will send you E. the prophet
2. One who took a strange wife during the exile. B.C.
456.
Ezra 10. 21 of the sons of Harim ; Maaseiah, and E.
E-LT-KA, Ny pN God is rejector.
A Harodite, one of David s guard. The name is omitted
in i Ch. xi. B.C. 1048.
a Sa. 23. 25 Shammah the Harodite, E. the Harodite
E -LTM, oh t< palm trees.
Second encampment of Israel after they .crossed the
Red Sea. It had twelve fountains of water, and seventy
palm trees ; hence its name.
Exodis. 27 they came to E., where (were) twelve
16. i they took their journey from E., and all
16. i wilderness of Sin, which (is) between E.
Num33- 9 from M. and came unto E. : and in E.
33. 10 they removed from E., and encamped by
E-U-ME -LECH, ^p 1
?^ God is king.
A man of Judah, and of the Hezronite family dwelling
in Bethlehem Ephratah in the days of the Judges. He
became husband of Naomi and father in law of Ruth.
B.C. 1322.
Ruth i. T. the name of the man (was) E., and the
1. 3 E., Naomi s husband, died ; and she was
2. i a kinsman, .of the family of E.; and his
2. 3 unto Boaz, who (was) of the kindred of E.
4. 3 parcel of land, .(was) our brother E. s
4. 9 I have bought all that (was) E. s and all
EI-IO-E -NAI, J HirrVtf, TiT^N to Jah are mine eyes.
1. A son of Neariah of the family of David. B.C. 460.
i Ch. 3. 23 the sons of Neariah ; E., and Hezekiah
3. 24 the sons of E. . .Hodaiah, and Eliashib
2. Head of a family of Simeon. B.C. 800.
i Ch. 4. 36 E., and Jaakobah, and Jeshohaiah, and
3. Head of one of the families of the sons of Becher
son of Benjamin. B.C. 1650.
i Ch. 7. 8 the sons of Becher ; Zemira. .and E., and
4. A priest in Ezra s time who put away his strange
wife. Perhaps the same as the one in Neh. 12. 41.
B.C. 457.
Ezra 10. 22 of the sons of Pashur ; E., Maaseiah
5. A son of Zattu who married a strange wife. B.C. 437.
Ezra 10. 27 ef the sons of Zattu ; E., Eliashib, Mat.
6. Probably the same as No. 4.
Neh. 12. 41 the priests ; Eliakim, Maaseiah. .E., Zee.
7. Better Elihoenai; the seventh son of Meshelemiah
the son of Kore, of the sons of Asaph, and one of the
doorkeepers of the temple. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.26 3 Elam the fifth, Jehohanan the sixth, E.
8. A descendant of Pahath Moab, who came up with
Ezra in Artaxerxes time. B.c. 457.
Ezra 8. 4 E. . .son of Zerahiah, and with him two
E-LI -PHAI, Vs ^ God is judge.
A captain in David s army. B.C. 1048.
1 Ch.ii. 35 Ahiham . .son of Sacar. .E. the son of Ur
E-II-PHA -LET, E-LI-PHE -LET tfftt$K,God isescape.
1. The last of David s thirteen sons by his wives. The
names Elphalet and Phaltiel are=Eliphalet.
2 Sa. 5. 16 And Elishama, and Eliada, and E.
i Ch. 3. 8 And Elishama, and Eliada, and E., nine
14. 7 And Elishama, and Beeliada, and E.
2. Another of David s sons, born after his establishment
in Jerusalem. Called Elphalet in i Ch. 14. 5. B.C. 1040.
1 Ch. 3. 6 Ibhar also, and Elishama, and E.
3. One of David s thirty valiant men. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 34 E. the son of Ahasbai, the son of the
4. A Benjamite, a son of Eshek and descendant of Saul
through Jonathan. B.C. 830.
i Ch. 8. 39 the sons of Eshek his brother (were). .E.
5. A leader of the sons of Adonikam who came up with
Ezra from the exile.
Ezra 8.13 the last sons of Adonikam . . E. , Jeiel, and
6. One who took a strange wife ; the same as No. 5.
Ezra 10. 33 sons of Hashum ; Mattenai . . Zabad, E.
E-LI -PHAZ, 75 ^ God is dispenser.
1. Son of Esau by the daughter of Elon. B.C. 1790.
Gen 36. 4 Adah bare to Esau E. ; and Bashemath
36. to These (are) the names of Esau s sons ; E.
36. 1 1 the sons of E. were Teman, Omar, Zepho
36. 12 Timna was concubine to E., Esau s son
36. 12 she bare to E. Amalek : these (were) the
36. 15 the sons of E. the first born (son) of Esau
36. 16 these (are) the dukes (that came) of E. in
i Ch. i. 35 The sons of Esau ; E., Reuel, and Jeush
i. 36 The sons of E. ; Teman, and Omar, Zephi
2. The chief of Job s three friends, a descendant of
Teman son of Eliphaz, from whom a portion of Arabia
took its name, and whose name is used in Jer. 49. 20 as
a poetical parallel to Edom. B.C. 1530.
Job 2. ii E. the Temanite, and Bildad the Shuhite
4. i Then E. the Temanite answered and said
15. i Then answered E. the Temanite, and said
22. i Then E. the Temanite answered and said
42. 7 the LORD said to E. the Temanite, My
42. 9 E. . .did according as the LORD comman.
E-LI-PHE -LEH, inS^ Sx Jah is distinction.
A Levite set over the choral service when the ark was
brought up from the house of Obed-edom. B.C. 1042.
i Ch.is. 18 their brethren of the second. .E., and
15. 21 Mattithiah, and E., and Mikneiah, and
E-LI-SA -BETH, EAicra^eT (from the Heb.) God is
swearer.
Wife of Zecharias and mother of John the Baptist. She
was of a priestly family and a relation of the Virgin
Mary whom she was the first to greet as the mother of
her "
Lord."
Luke i. 5 of the daughters of Aaron, .her name.. E.
i. 7 they had no child, because . . E. was barren
i. 13 thy wife E. shall bear thee a son
i. 24 after those days his wife E. conceived
i. 36 E. . .hath also conceived a son in her old
i. 40 the house of Zacharias, and saluted E.
i. 41 when E. heard the salutation of Mary
i. 41 and E. was filled with the Holy Ghost
1. 57 E. s full time came that she should be
E-LIS-E -TTS, E\iffffatos.
The form in which the name of Eligha appears in the
Common Version of the New Testament and Apocry
pha.
Luke 4. 27 were in Israel in.the time of E. the prophet
E-LI -SHA, yv hg God is saviour.
Son of Shaphat of Abel-meholah ; the attendant and
disciple of Elijah, and his successor as prophet in
Israel. His call by Elijah was (B.C. 901), four years
before the death of Ahab (B.C. 897), and he held the
office of prophet in Israel for 55 years. The thrilling
incidents of his life are related in the i and 2 Books
of Kings.
1 Ki. 19. 16 E. . . shalt thou anoint (to be) prophet in
19. 17 that escapeth from the sword, .shall E.
19. 19 So he departed thence, and found E. the
2 Ki. 2. i Elijah went with E. from Gilgal
2. 2 Elijah said unto E., Tarry here, I pray
2. 2 E. said .. I will not leave thee. So they
2. 3 the sons of the prophets . . came forth to E.
2. 4 Elijah said unto him, E., tany here, Fpray
2. 5 the sons of the prophets . . came to E. , and
2. 9 Elijah said unto E. . .And E. said, I pray
2. 12 E. saw (it), and he cried, My father, my
2. 14 they parted hither and thither : and E.
2. 15 said, The spirit of Elijah doth rest on E.
2. 19 the men of the city said unto E., Behold
2. 22 according to the saying of E. which he
3. 1 1 Here (is) E. the son of Shaphat, which
3. 13 E. said unto the king of Israel, What
3. 14 E. said, (As) the LORD of hosts liveth
4. i there cried a certain woman . . unto E.
4. 2 E. said unto her, What shall I do
4. 8 E. passed to Shunem, where (was) a great
4. 17 at that season that E. had said unto her
4. 32 when E. was come into the house, behold
4. 38 And E. came again to Gilgal : and
s . 8 E. . . heard that the king . . rent his clothes
5. 9 Na. . .stood at the door of the house of E.
5. 10 E. sent a messenger unto him, saying
5. 20 Gehazi, the servant of E. the man of G.
5. 25 And E. said unto him, Whence. .Gehazi?
6. i the sons of the prophets said unto E.
6. 12 E., the prophet, .telleth the king of Israel
6. 17 E. prayed. . LORD .. open his eyes, that he
6. 17 horses and chariots of fire round about E.
6. 18 E. prayed unto the LORD, and said, Smite
6. 18 blindness according to the word of E.
6. 19 E. said unto them, This (is) not the way
6. 20 E. said, LORD, open the eyes of these
6. 21 the king of Israel said unto E., when he
6. 31 if the head of E. . . stand on him this day
6. 32 E. sat in his house, and the elders sat
7. i E. said, Hear ye the word of the LORD
8. i Then spake E. unto the woman, whose
8. 4 Tell me. .the great things that E. hath
8. 5 this (is) her son, whom E. restored to
8. 7 E. came to Damascus ; and Ben-hadad
8. 10 E. said unto him, Go, say unto him, Thou
8. 13 E. answered, The LORD hath showed me
8. 14 he departed from E., and came to his
8. 14 who said to him, What said E. to thee?
9. i E. the prophet called one of the children
13. 14 E. was fallen sick of his sickness whereof
13. 15 E. said unto him, Take bow and arrows
13. 16 E. put his hands upon the king s hands
13. 17 E. said, Shoot : and he shot. And he
13. 20 And E. died, and they buried him
13. 21 cast the man into the sepulchre of E.
13. 21 when the man. .touched the bones of E.
E-LI -SHAH, ny -hz.
Eldest son of Javan grandson of Noah, and ancestor of
the JEolians, a leading Hellenic tribe. The designation
of a race rather than of a locality. Javan represents
! the lonians, and Elisha the ^Eolians. B c. 2250.
Gen. 10. 4 sons of Javan ; E., i Ch. i. 7; Eze. 27. 7-
| E-LI-SHA -MA, y~y^$ God is hearer.
| 1 Grandfather of Joshua, and son of Ammihud a chief
of Ephraim in the wilderness. B.C. 1490.
Num i 10 of Ephraim : E. the son of Ammihud
2. 18 the captain of the sons of Ephraim. .E.
7. 48 On the seventh day E. . .(offered)
7 53 this, .the offering of E. the son of Amru.
10. 22 over his host (was) E. the son of Ammihud
1 Ch. 7. 26 Laadan his son, Ammihud his son, E. his
2. A son of king David : one of the thirteen sons born
to him in Jerusalem. B.C. 1030.
2 Sa. 5. 16 And E., and Eliada, and Eliphalet
i Ch. 3. 8 And E., and Eliada, and Eliphelet
14. 7 And E., and Beeliada, and Eliphalet
3. Another son, who is also called Elishua. B.C. 1050.
i Ch. 3. 6 Ibhar also, and E., and Eliphelet
4. A descendant of Judah. B.C. 1280.
i Ch. 2. 41 Shallum begat Jekam. . .Jekam. begat E.
5. The same, according to Jerome, as No. 4.: father of
Nethauiah and grandfather of Ishmael " of the seed
royal," who lived at the time of the exile. B.C. 635.
ELISHAPHAT 296 EMERALD
2 Ki. 25. 25 Ishmael . . son of Nethaniah, the son of E.
Jer. 41. i Ishmael the son of >"ethaniah. .son of E.
6. A scribe or secretary to Jehoiakim. B.C. 606.
Jer. 36. 12 all the princes sat there. .E. the scribe
36. 20 laid up the roll in the chamber of E.
36. 21 he took it out of K. the scribe s chamber
7. A priest sent by Jehoshaphut to teach the law. B.C.
912.
z Ch.i;. 8 and with them E. and Jehoram, priests
E-LI-BHA -PHAT, e^V"
1
??? God is judge.
One of the " captains of hundreds " whom Jehoiada the
priest employed to collect the Levites and other leaders
to Jerusalem before bringing forward Joash as king.
B.C. 878.
2 Oh. 23. i Jehoiada . . took . . E. . . into covenant with
E-LI-SHE -BA, MB^N God is sicearer.
Daughter of Amminadab, sister of Naushon. B.C.
1490.
Exod. 6. 23 And Aaron took him E. . . to wife ; and she
E LI -SHtTA, jnc*
1 God is rich.
A son of David, B.C 1030. He is called Elishama in
i Ch. 3. 6.
2 Sa. 5. 15 Ibhar also, and E., and Nepheg, and Ja.
i t h. 14. 5 And Ibhar, and E., and Elpalet
E-Ll -TJD, EXiovS (from the Heb.)
Son of Achim in the genealogy of Jesus four genera
tions before Joseph.
Matt i. 14 Sadoc begat Achim ; and Achim begat E.
1. 15 E. begat Eleazar ; and Eleazar begat M.
E-U-ZA -PHAN, j?y
%i
?H God is protector.
1. Son of Uzziel, a Levite, chief of the Kohathitesat the
taking of the census at Sinai. B.C. 1490.
Num. 3. 30 the chief, .(shall be) E. the son of I zziel
1 Ch.is- 8 Of the sons of E. ; Shemaiah the chief
2. Son of Parnach, "prince" of Zebulun, and appointed
to assist in apportioning the land. B.C. 1490.
Num34 25 the prince of the tribe, .of Zebulun, E.
8. Ancestor of certain Levites that assisted in cleansing
the temple in the time of Hezekiah. B c 724.
2 Ch.2g. 13 of the sons of E. ; Shimri, and Jeiel
E-LI -ZTO, -flx^K God is a rock.
A chief Reubenite who assisted in taking the census
under Moses. B C 1490.
Num. i . 5 of (the tribe of) Reuben ; E. the son of S
2. 10 the captain of the children of Reuben. .E.
7. 30 On the fourth day E. the son of Shedeur
7. 35 this (was) the offering of E. the son of S.
10 18 over his host (was) E. the son of Shedeur
EL-KA -NAH. njjjSx God is possessing.
1 A grandson of Korah grandson of Kohath. B.C. 1490.
Exod. 6 24 the sons of Korah; Assir, and E., and A.
i Ch. 6 23 E his son, and Ebiasaph his son
2. Father of the prophet Samuel, and a descendant of
No i in the fifth generation. B C. 1171.
i Sa. i. i his name (was) E., the son of Jeroham
j. 4 when the time was that E. offered, he
i. SThensaid E... to her, Hannah, why weep.
i. 19 E. knew Hannah, .and the LORD remem.
i. 21 E. . .went up to offer unto the LORD the
1. 23 E. . .said unto her. Do what seemeth thee
2. ii And E. went to Ramah to his house
2. 20 Eli blessed E. and his wife, and said, The
i Ch 6. 27 Eliab his son, Jeroham his son, E. his son
6. 34 The son of E.. the son of Jeroham, the
3. A descendant of Levi through Kohath. B.C. 1490.
i Ch. 6. 25 the sons of E. ; Amasai. and Ahimoth
6. 36 The son of E. , the son of Joel, the son of
4. A descendant of Kohath, (the same as No. 3 ?)
i Ch. 6. 26 (As for) E. : the sons of E. ; Zophai his
6 35 The son of Zuph, the son of E., the son
E An ancestor of Netophathite villagers. B.C. 500.
i Ch. 9 16 Berechiah, the son of Asa, the son of E.
6. A Korhite who joined David at Ziklag. B.C. 1058.
i Ch. 12. 6 E., and Jesiah, and Azareel, and Joezer
7 A Levite doorkeeeper of the ark; (the same as No. 6?)
1 Ch.is 23 Berechiah and E. . .doorkeepers for the
8. An officer in the household of king Ahaz, slain when
Pekah invaded Judah. B.C. 741.
2 Ch.28. 7 and E. (that was) next to the king
EL-KO-SHTTE, TP^N.
A native of ElkoshY the birthplace of the prophet
Nahum, which in Jerome s time was considered to be
in Galilee. B.C. 713.
Nah. i. i The book of the vision of Nahum the E.
EL-LA -SAR, -I^K.
A Chaldean town, the city of Arioch. In the native
dialect it was called Larsa or Larancha, and was known
to the Greeks as Larissa or Larach6n. This suits the
connection with Elam and Shinar. Larsa was in Lower
Babylonia or Chaldea, midway between Ur and Erech
(now called Mugheir and Warlca) on the left of the
Euphrates. It is now called Senkereh.
Gen. 14. i in the days of . .Arioch king of E.
14. 9 Arioch king of E. ; four kings with five
KT.lt
Oak, terebinth, ,-I^K elah.
HOB. 4- 3 UP( B the hills, under oaks, .and elnis
EL-MO-DAM, EA/n<u8e^, EA/uiSo/u.
Son of Er, six generations earlier than Zerubbabel in
the genealogy of Joseph the husband of Mary.
Luke 3. 28 which was (the son) of E., which Wfl9
EL-NA -AM, oy^tf God is pleasant.
Father of David s guard, Jeribai and Joshaviah. B.C.
1050.
1 Ch.n. 46 Jeribai, and Joshaviah, the sons of E.
EL-NA -THAN, |fl| God is giving.
1. Father of Nehushta, Jehoiakim s queen. B.C. 640.
2 Ki.24. 8 Nehushta, the daughter of E.of Jerusalem
Jer. 26. 22 E. the son of Achbor, and . . men with
36. 12 the princes sat there. .Elishama. .and E.
36. 25 Nevertheless E. ..had made intercession
2. Name of three Levites in the time of Ezra. B.C. 457
Ezra 8. 16 Then sent I for E. . . and for E. . . and for E.
ELOI, EA.o>f ; in Heb. rr? elohai, my God.
Mark 15. 34 a loud voice, saying, Eloi, Eloi, lama saba.
E -LON, p k<x oak, strong.
1. Father of the wife of Esau. B.C. 1796.
Gen. 26. 34 Bashemath the daughter of E. theHittite
36. 2 Adah the daughter of E. the Hittite
2. The second of Zebulun s three sons. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 14 the sons of Zebulun ; Sered, and E., and
Nuni26. 26 of E., the family of the Elonites : of
3. A town in the border of Dan, between Ajalon and
Ekron.
Josh. 19. 43 And E., and Thimnathah, and Ekron
4. The Zebulonite who judged Israel for ten years and
was buried in Aijalon. Elonand Aijalon are(in Hebrew)
composed of preciselythe same letters ; hence "Aijalon
may have had its name from Elon being buried
there.
Judg.i2. ii after him E., a Zebulonite, judged Israel
12. 12 E. the Zebulonite died, and was buried
E-ION BETH HA -NAN, j^n-n 3 pV N oak of the
house of grace.
One of the three Danite towns that formed one of
Solomon s commissariat districts, (the same as the Elon
of Joshua 19. 43?)
i Ki. 4. 9 in Shaalbim, and Beth-shemesh, and E.
E-LO-NTTES, *ybyt belonging to Elon.
Descendants of Elon, son of Zebul v
Nuni26. 26 of Zebulon. .of Elon, tfhe family of the E.
ELOQUENT
I. To be intelligent, p? bin, 2.
Isa. 3. 3 the cunning artificer, and the eloquent
1.A man of words, D tyi r K ish debarim.
Exod. 4. 10 I (am) not eloquent, neither heretofore
Z. Eloquent, full of words, \6yios logios.
Acts 18. 24 an eloquent man, (and) mighty in the s.
E -LOTH, niVx oak or terebinth grove.
Another orthography of Klath, which see.
1 Ki. 9. 26 beside E., on the shore of the Red sea
2 Ch. 8. 17 went Solomon to Ezion-geber, and to E.
26. 2 He built K, and restored it to Judah
EL-PA -AL, *>j^x
God is working.
Son of Shaharaim, a Benjamite. B C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. ii And of Hushim he begat Abitub, and E.
8. 12 sons of E. ; Eber, and Misham, and Sha.
8. 1 8 and Jezliah, and Jobab, the sons of E.
EL-PA -LET, B^N God is escape.
A son of David, called Eliphalet in i Ch. 3. 6, but
omitted in 2 Sa. 5. B.C. 1040.
i Ch. 14. 5 And Ibhar, and Elishua, and E.
EL PA -RAN, J-JN$ S N oak of Paran.
A place in the S. of Canaan and W. of Edom, where
the Horites dwelt in Seir.
Gen. 14. 6 the Horites in their mount Seir, unto E.
ELSE
I.If not, j:x CN im, ayin.
Gen. 30. i unto Jacob, Give me children, or else I die
^.Because, for, but, surely, ? ki.
Exod to. 4 Else, if thou refuse to let my people go
3.A gain, yet, any more, liy od.
Deut. 4. 35 he (is) God : (there is) none else beside
i.ftut (or now) if not, tl St /j.-f) ei de ml.
Mark 2. 21 else the new piece that filled it up taketh
2. 22 else the new wine doth burst the bottles
5.But if not indeed, el Se
/J.-f>yf
ei de mege.
Matt 9. 17 else the bottles break, and the wine run.
Luke 5. 37 else the new wine will burst the bottles
6. Since if so, if otherwise, \ictl epei.
i Co. 14.16 Else when thou shalt bless with the spirit
15. 29 Else what shall they do which are bapti.
7. Since otherwise indeed, firtl &pa epei ara.
i Co. 7. 14 else were your children unclean ; but now
S.Thc other, trtpos heteros.
Acts 17. 21 spent their time in nothing else but
9..4 nd, even, xai kai.
Rom 2. :s accusing or else excusing one another
ELSE, or
And if not, VcKi ve-im-lo.
Gen. 42. 16 or else by the life of Pharaoh surely ye
EL-TE -KEH, Njpi^x, npn^ God is Teqe. A city in Dan given to the Kohathites.
Josh. 19. 44 And E., and Gibbethon, and Baalath
21. 23 out of the tribe of Dan, E. with her sub.
EL-TE -KON, PJ^X God is firm.
A city in the mountains of Judah, three or four miles
N. of Hebron.
Josh. 15. 59 And Maarath, and Beth-anoth, and K.
EL-TO -LAD, -iVin^ God is begetter. A city in the S. of Judah given to Simeon, and in pos
session of the tribe until the time of David. In i Ch.
4. 29 it is Tolad, now El-Toula.
Josh. 15. 30 And E., and Chesil, and Hormah
19. 4 And E., and Bcthul, and Hormah
EL -TJL, S?SN the gleaning month.
The sixth month of the sacred year of the Jews,
beginning with the last new moon of September and
ending with the first one of November.
Neh. 6. 15 in the twenty and fifth (day) of . .E.
EL-TJ -ZAI, IIJ^K God is strong.
A Benjamite who joined David at Ziklag. B.C. 1048.
i Ch 12. 5 E., and Jerimoth, and Bealiah, and Shem.
EL-Y -MAS, f.\vfj.as a sorcerer.
A false prophet who withstood Saul and ISamabas at
Paphos in Cyprus.
Acts 13. 8 E. the sorcerer, .withstood them, seeking
EL-ZA -BAD, "i^x God is endowing.
1 A Gadite who joined David at Ziklag. He was tho
ninth of the eleven heroes of his tribe that crossed the
Jordan to assist David. B.C. 1058.
i Ch.i2. 12 Johanan the eighth, E. the ninth
2.A Korhite Levite, son of Shemaiah. B.C. 1000.
i Ch.26. 7 E., whose brethren (were) strong men
EL-ZA -PHAN, |$x God is protecting.
1. Second son of Uzziel and grandson of Levi. He was
thus cousin to Miriam Aaron, and Moses. Called also
Elizaphan. B.C. 1490
Exod. 6. 22 And the sons of Tzziel ; Mishael, and E.
Lev. 10. 4 Moses called Mishael and E. . .and said
2. A prince of Zebulun, who was one of those appointed
to divide the land B c 1490.
Num34. 25 the prince of the tribe, .of Zebti .an, E.
EMBALM, to
To embalm, Bjn chanat.
Gen. 50. 2 commanded the physicians to embalm his
50. 2 and the physicians embalmed Israel
50. 3 the days of those which are embalmed
50. 26 they embalmed him. and he was put in
EMBOLDEN, to
To make powerful, embolden, fie marats, 5.
Job 16. 3 what emboldeneth thee that thou answe.
EMBOLDENED, to be
To build up, oiKo5ov.t<i> oikodomeo.
1 Co. 8. 10 him which is weak be emboldened to eat
EMBRACE, to
1 . To embrace, clasp, p;n chabaq.
2 Ki. 4. 16 About this season, .thou shalt embrace
Eccl. 3. 5 a time to embrace., to refrain from embr.
2. To embrace, clasp, cleave to, p;n chabaq, 3.
Gen. 29. 13 embraced him, and kissed him. and bro.
33. 4 Esau ran to meet him, and embraced
48. 10 and he kissed them, and embraced them
Job 24. 8 embrace the rock for want of a shelter
Prov 4. 8 to honour, when thou dost embrace her
5. 20 and embrace the bosom of a stranger ?
Song 2. 6 and his right hand doth embrace me
8. 3 and his right hand should embrace me
Lam. 4. 5 that were brought up in scarlet embrace
3.7*o draw to oneself, salute, d<rjrao/ua< aspazomai.
Acts 20. i called unto (him) the disciples, and emb.
Heb. ii. 13 were persuaded of (them), and embraced
4.7*0 take round about, <TVfj.wepi\a/Li0dvw srumperi.
Acts 20. 10 and fell on him, and embracing (him)
EMBROIDER, to
To inleru-eare, }"y? shabats, 3.
Exod28. 39 shalt embroider the coat of fine linen
EMBROIDERER
To embroider, CjT! raqam.
Exod35. 35 of the embroiderer, iu blue, and in purple
38. 23 an embroiderer in blue, and in purple
EMERALD
I. Carbuncle, ruby, emerald, ^J nophek.
ExodzS. 18 And the second row (shall be) an emerald
39. ii the second row, an emerald, a sapphire
Eze. 27. 16 they occupied in thy fairs with emeralds
28. 13 the jasper, the sapphire, the emerald, and
2. Of emerald, light green, ffnap^ySivo^ smnragdin.
Rev. 4.38 rainbow . . in sight like unto an emerald
3. Emerald, light green stime,(rfii<ipa,yl>os xmardgdos.
Rev. si. 19 third, a chalcedony ; the fourth, an emera.
SMERODS 207 END
EMERODS
I.Emerods, tumors, D lintp techorim.
1 Sa. 6. ii of gold, and the images of their emerods
6. 1 7 these (are) the golden emerods which the
2./W/, enterod, tyy ophel.
Deut 28. 27 The LORD will smite thee . .with the em.
i Sa. 5. 6 destroyed them, and smote them with e.
5. 9 they had emerods in their secret parts
5. 12 men that died not. .with the emerods
6. 4 Five golden emerods, and five golden mice
6. 5 ye shall make images of your emerods
E -MTMS, D C N the terrible.
A race of gigantic stature originally dwelling on the E.
of the Salt Sea. Anciently the whole country was held
by a race of giants the Rephaim on the N. ; uext, the
Zuzim; and next the Emim ; then the Horim on the
S. Afterwards the kingdom of Bashan embraced the
territories of the Rephaim ; the Ammonites that of
the /.ii/.iin ; the Moabites that of the Emim ; while
Edom embraced the mountains of the Horim. The
Emim were related to the Anakim, and generally called
by the same name ; but their conquerors, the Moabites,
called them Emim" The Terrible."
Gen. 14. 5 and the E. in Shaveh Kiriathaim
Deut. 2. 10 The E. dwelt therein in times past
2. ii but the Moabites call them E.
EMINENT (place)
1.An arched place, 2* gab.
Eze. 16. 24 also built unto thee an eminent place
16. 31 In that thou buildest thine eminent pla
16. 39 they shall throw down thine eminent pi.
2. To be lofty, tyi* talal.
Eze. 17. 22 plant (it) upon an high mountain and em.
EM-MA-NU -EL, Efi.fj.avoirfi\. See IMMANUEL.
Matt. i. 23 they shall call his name E., which, being
EM-MA -US, E/itjuaous. A village about -j\ miles from Jerusalem to which two
of the disciples of Christ were going when He appeared
to them on the day of his resurrection.
Lukez4. 13 two of them went that same day to. .E.
EM -MOR, EjUfiefp, Eyu/xcup.
The father of Sychem. See HAMOR.
Acts 7. 16 sepulchre that Abraham bought, .of E.
EMPIRE
Kingdom, ni3^o malekuth.
Esth. i. jo shall be published throughout all his em.
EMPLOY, to
To go in from before, C j^a Nia bo mip-panim.
Deut 20. 19 not cut them, .to employ (them) in the
EMPLOYED, to be
To stand, stand still, i!?j; amad.
Ezra 10. 15 Jonathan, .and Jahaziah. .were employed
EMPTIED
Empty, vain, pi, p ! req.
Xeh. 5. 13 even thus be he shaken out, and emptied
EMPTIED, to be
1. To be emptied, ppji baqaq, 2.
Isa. 24. 3 The land shall be utterly emptied, and
2. To be or become lean, poor, low, weak, V rn dalal.
Isa. 19. 6 the brooks of defence shall be emptied
3. To be drawn out, emptied, pn rug, 6.
Jer. 48. ii Moab. .hath not been emptied from ves.
EMPTIER
To empty, make void, ppa baqaq.
Nah. 2. 2 for the emptiers have emptied them out
EMPTINESS
Emptiness, ma bohu.
Isa. 34. ii line of confusion, and the stones of empt.
EMPTY
1. To (be) empty, ppa baqaq.
Hos. 10. i Israel (is) an empty vinp, he bringeth fo.
2.Emptiness, voidness, npia buqah.
Nah. 2. 10 She is empty, and void, and waste
S.Erityty, vain, pi, p l req.
Gen. 37. 24 the pit (was) empty, (there was) no water
41. 27 the seven empty ears, blasted with thee.
Judg. 7. 16 with empty pitchers, and lamps within
2 Ki. 4. 3 borrow . . empty vessels ; borrow not a few
Isa. 29. 8 but he awaketh, and his soul is empty
Eze. 24. ii Then set it empty upon the coals thereof
4. Empty, vain, pi riq.
Jer. 51. 34 he hath made me an empty vessel, he
5.Empty, in vain, c^ i reqam.
Gen. 31. 42 surely thou hadst sent me away now em.
Exod. 3. 21 when ye go, ye shall not go empty
23. 15 and none shall appear before me empty
34. 20 And none shall appear before me empty
Deut 15. 13 thou shalt not let him go away empty
16. 16 shall not appear before the LOKD empty
Ruth i. 21 LORD hath brought me home again empty
3. 17 Go not empty uuto thy mother in law
1 Sa. 6. 3 If ye send away, .send it not empty
2 Sa. i. 22 and the sword of Saul returned not empty
Tob 22. 9 Thou hast sent widows away empty
Jer. 14. 3 they returned with their vessels empty
, Kti>6s kenos.
\l ark i 2. 3 they . . beat him, and sent (him) away em
Luke i. 53 and the rich he hath sent empty away
20. 10 but . . beat him, and sent (him) away emp.
20. ii beat him also, .and sent (him) away emp.
7. To be free, at leisure, unoccupied, o~xoAaa).
Matt 12. 44 when he is come, he flndeth (it) empty
EMPTY, to
1 . To empty, ppa baqaq, 3a.
Jer. 51. 2 fanners, that., shall empty her land: for
2. To expose, make naked, empty out, rnj; arah, 3.
Gen. 24. 20 and emptied her pitcher into the trough
2 Ch.24. 1 1 the high priest s officer came and emptied
3. To prepare, n)$ panah, 3.
Lev. 14. 36 that they empty the house, before the
4. To draw out, empty out, pn ruq, 5.
Gen. 42. 35 as they emptied their sacks, that, behold
Eccl.n. 3 If the clouds be full of rain, they empty
Jer. 48. 12 and shall empty his vessels, and break
Hab. 1.17 Shall they therefore empty their net, and
Zech. 4. 12 which through the two golden pipes emp.
EMPTY, to be
To be inspected, looked after, npp paqad, 2.
i Sa. 20. 18 shalt be missed, bee. thy seat will be em.
20. 25 Abner sat. .and David s place was empty
20. 27 the second (day) . . David s place was em.
EMPTY, to make
1. To empty, make void, ppj baqaq.
Isa. 24. i Behold, the LORD maketh the earth empty
2. To draw out, empty out, pn ruq, 5.
Isa. 32. 6 to make empty the soul of the hungry
EMPTY out, to
To empty, make void, ppa baqaq.
Nab. 2. 2 for the emptiers have emptied them out
EMPTY place
Emptiness, inn tohu.
Job 26. 7 stretcheth out the north over the emptyp.
EMULATION
Zeal, T}AOJ zelos.
Gal. 5. 20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, e.
EMULATION, to provoke to
To make one zealous, irapafjjAtta parazeloo.
Rom ii. 14 If by any means I may provoke to emu.
ENABLE, to
To put strength in, ivtivva.fi.6w endunamoo.
i Ti. i 12 I thank Christ, .who hath enabled me
E -NAM, Dj y double fountains.
A city in the lowlands of Judah.
Josh 15. 34 Zanoah, and En-gannim, Tappuah, andE.
E -NAN, \yy, fountain.
Father of Ahira, of the tribe of Naphtali, appointed to
assist Moses in taking the census at Sinai.
Num. 1. 15 Of Naphtali ; Ahira the son of E.
2. 2Q captain . . of Naphtali . . Ahira the son of E.
7. 78 On the twelfth day Ahira the son of E.
7. 83 this, .the offering of Ahira the son of E.
10. 27 And over the host. .Ahira the son of E.
ENCAMP, to
To encamp, settle down, njn chanah.
Exod 1 3. 20 they took their journey, .and encamped
14. 2 Speak unto . . Israel, that they turn and e.
14. 2 before it shall ye encamp by the sea
14. 9 overtook them encamping by the sea
15. 27 and they encamped there by the waters
18. 5 where he encamped at the mount of God
Num. i. 50 and shall encamp round about the taber
2. 17 as they encamp, so shall they set forward
2. 27 And those that encamp by him (shall be)
3. 38 those that encamp before the tabernacle
10. 31 thou knowest how we are to encamp in
33. 10 they removed from Elim, and encamped
33. 1 1 removed from the Red Sea, and encamp.
33. 12 they took their journey, .and encamped
33. 13 they departed, .and encamped in Alush
33. 14 they remqved from Alush, and encamped
33. 17 they departed . .and encamped at Hazero.
33. 24 they removed, .and encamped in Harad.
33. 26 they removed . . and encamped at Tahath
33. 30 they departed . . and encamped at Mosero.
33. 32 they removed . .and encamped atHor-ha.
33. 34 they removed, .and encamped at Ebronah
33. 35 departed . . and encamped at Ezion-gaber
33. 46 removed, .and encamped in Almon-dib.
Josh. 4. 19 the people came, .and encamped in Gil.
s,. 10 the children of Israel encamped in Gilgal
if. 5 they and all their hosts, encamped before
10. 31, 34 encamped against it, and fought
Judg. 6. 4 they encamped against them, and destr
q. 50 Then went Abimelech. .and encamped
10. 17 encamped in Gilead. .encamped in Miz.
20. 19 the children of Israel, .encamped against
1 Sa. ii. i Nahash. .came up, and encamped against
13. 16 but the Philistines encamped inMichmash
2 Sa. ii. ii servants, .are encamped in the open fields
12. 28 therefore gather the rest, .and encamp
: Ki. 1 6. 15 the people (were) encamped against Gibb.
1 6. 1 6 the people (that were) encamped heard
1 Ch. ii. 15 the host of the Philistines encamped in
2 Ch-32. i and encamped against the fenced cities
Job 19. 12 and encamp round about my tabernacle
Psa. 27. 3 Though an host Hliould encamp against
34. 7 The angel of the LORD encampeth round
53. 5 scattered the bones of him that encamp.
Zech. 9. 8 And I will encamp about mine house
ENCHANTER
I. To whisper, use enchantment, e>nj nachash, 3.
DeutiS. 10 an observer of times, or an enchanter, or
2. To observe the clouds, ])% anan, 3a.
Jer. 27. 9 hearken not ye.. to your enchanters, nor
ENCHANTMENT
1. Joining, charm, nan cheber.
Isa. 47. 9 for the great abundance of thine enchant.
47. 12 .Stand now with thine enchantments, and
1.A whisper, charm, amulet, vih lachash.
Eccl. 10. ii Surely the serpent will bite without en.
3. Secret, enchantment, gentleness, o) lat.
Exod. 7. 22 magicians did so with their enchantments
8. 7, 18 magicians did so with their enchant.
4. Whisper, enchantment, E*n; nachash.
>"um 23. 23 Surely (there is) no enchantment against
24. i went not, as at other times, to seek for e.
5. To whisper, use enchantment, r?} nachash, 3.
2 Ki.i7. 17 pass through the fire, and used, .enchan.
ENCHANTMENT, to use
To whisper, use enchantment, emj nachash, 3.
Lev. 19. 26 neither shall ye use enchantment, nor
2 Ki.2i. 6 observed times, and Tised enchantments
2 Ch-33. 6 he observed times, and used enchantme.
ENCHANTMENTS
Flashings, D
Bn^>
lehatim.
Exod. 7. ii did in like manner with their enchantm.
ENCOUNTER, to
To throw (selves) together, crv;udAAb> sumballo.
Acts 17. 18 Then certain philosophers, .encountered
ENCOURAGE, to
To strengthen, harden, fix, pin chazaq, 3.
Deut. i. 38 encourage him ; for he shall cause Israel
3. 28 encourage him, and strengthen him : for
2 Sa. ii. 25 overthrow it ; and encourage thou him
2 Ch-35. 2 he. .encouraged them to the service of
Psa. 64. 5 They encourage themselves (in) an evil
Isa. 41. 7 So the carpenter encouraged the goldsm.
ENCOURAGE self, to
To strengthen self, pin chazaq, 7 .
Judg2o. 22 the men of Israel, encouraged themselves
1 Sa. 30. 6 David encouraged himself in the LORD
ENCOURAGED, to be
To be or become strong, p]n chazaq.
2 Ch.3i. 4 that they might be encouraged in the law
END
1. Latter end, hinder part, ninx acharith.
Deut ii. 12 from the beginning, .unto the end of the
32. 20 he said . . I will see what their end (shall
Psa. 37. 37 Mark. . behold . .for the end of (that) man
37. 38 the end of the wicked shall be cut off
73. 17 Until I went, .(then) understood I their e.
Prov. 5. 4 her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as
14. 12 the end thereof (are) the ways of death
14. 13 and the end of that mirth (is) heaviness
16. 25 the end thereof (are) the ways of death
20. 21 but the end thereof shall not be blessed
23. 18 For surely there is an end : and thine
25. 8 lest(thou know not) what to do in the end
Eccl. 7. 8 Better (is) the end of a thing than the
10. 13 enl of his talk (is) mischievous madness
Isa. 46. 10 Declaring the end from the beginning
Jer. 5. 31 and what will ye do in the end thereof 1
17. ii uot by right, .at his end shall be a fool
29. 1 1 not of evil, to give you an expected end
31. 17 there is hope in thine end, saith the LORD
Dan. 12. 8 what (shall be) the end of these (things)?
Amos 8. 10 I will make .the end thereof as a bitter
2.End, cessation, ancle, DN ephes.
Deut 33. 17 he shall push the people, .to the ends of
i Sa. 2. 10 the LORD shall judge the ends of the
Psa. 22. 27 All the ends of the world shall remember
59. 13 God ruleth. .unto the ends of the earth
67. 7 and all the ends of the earth shall fear
72. 8 from the river unto the ends of the earth
98! 3 all the ends of the earth have seen the
Prov 30. 4 who hath established all the ends of the
Isa. 45. 22 be ye saved, all the ends of the earth
52. 10 all the ends of the earth shall see the
Jer. 16. 19 Gentiles shall come, .from the ends of
Mic. 5. 4 he be great unto the ends of the earth
Zech. 9. 10 from the river, .to the ends of the earth
^.Border, n&?3 gabluth.
Exod28. 22 make upon the breastplate chains at thee.
39. 15 made upon the breastplate chains at thee.
^.Intent, rriyi dibrah.
Eccl. 7. 14 to the end that man should find nothing
5. To be completed, finished, consumed, nS^ kalah.
Ruth 2. 23 to glean unto the end of barley harvest
^.Completion, consumption, end. n^s kalah.
Eze. 20. 17 neither did I make an end of them in the
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END S98 END
7. Wing, j}j kanaph.
Job 37. 3 his lightning unto the ends of the earth
38. 13 That it might take hold of the ends of
%.Pre-eminence, perpetuity, nyj, nyj netsach.
Job 34. 36 Job may be tried unto the end, because
Jer. 3. 5 will he keep (it) to the end ? Behold, thou
9. End, rear, last, jio soph.
2 Ch.2o. 16 ye shall find them at the end of the brook
EccL 3. 1 1 maketh from the beginning to the end
7. 2 that (is) the end of all men; and the living
Dan. 4. ii the sight thereof to the end of all the ea.
4. 22 and thy dominion to the end of the earth
6. 26 his dominion (shall be even) unto the end
7. 26 consume and to destroy (it) unto the end
7. 28 Hitherto (is) the end of the matter. As
10. //eel, rear, 2fjv; eqeb.
Psa. 1 1 9. 33 the way. .and I shall keep it (unto) the e.
119. 112 perform thy statutes, .even (unto) the e.
II. Corner, side, nt<B peah.
Eze. 41. 12 before the separate place at the end
12.Mouth, n| peh.
2 Ki. 10. 21 the house of Baal was full from one end
21. 16 till he had tilled Jerusalem from one end
Ezra 9. ii have lilled it from one end to another
IS.End, extremity, pp gets.
Gen. 6. 1 3 The end of all flesh is come beiore me ; for
8. 6 it came to pass at the end of forty days
41. i it came to pass at the end of two full ye.
Exodi2. 41 it came to pass at the end of the four
Deut. 9. ii it came to pass, at the end of forty days
15. i At the end of (every) seven years thou
31. 10 At the end of every seven years, in the
Judgn. 39 it came to pass, at the end of two months
2 Sa. 14. 26 it was at every year s end that he polled
1 Ki. 2. 39 it came to pass at the end of three years
2 Ch. 8. i And it came to pass at the end of twenty
21. 19 after the end of two years, his bowels
Job 6. ii what (is) mine end, that I should prolong
16. 3 Shall vain words have an end ? or what
18. 2 How long (will it be ere) ye make an end
28. 3 He setteth an end to darkness, and sear.
Psa. 39. 4 LORD, make me to know mine end, and
119. 96 I have seen an end of all perfection
Eccl. 4. 8 yet (is there) no end of all his labour
4. 16 no end of all the people, .of all that have
12. 12 of making many books (there is) no end
Isa. t) 7 no end, upon the throne of David, and
23. 15 after the end of seventy years shall Tyre
23. 17 it shall come to pass, after the end of
Jer. 34. 14 At the end of seven years let ye go every
51. 13 thine end is come, .the measure of thy
Lam. "4. 18 our end is near, .for our end is come
Eze. 7. 2 An end, the end is come upon the four
7. 3 Now (is) the end (come) upon thee, and
7. 6 An end is come, the end is come : itwat.
21. 25 is come, when iniquity (shall have) an end
21. 29 when their iniquity (shall have) an end
29. 13 At the end of forty years will I gather
35. 5 the time (that their) iniquity (had) an end
Dan. 8. 1 7 at the time of the end (shall be) the vision
8. 19 at the time appointed the end (shall be)
9. 26 and the end thereof (shall be) with a flood
9 26 unto the end of the war desolations are
n. 6 in the end of years they shall join them.
1 1. 27 yet the end (shall be) at the time appoin.
ii. 35 make, .white, .to the time of the end
ii. 40 at the time of the end shall the king of
11. 45 he shall come to his end, and none shall
12. 4 seal the book, .to the time of the end
12. 6 How long (shall it be) to the end of these
12. 9 closed up and sealed till the time of the e.
12 13 But go thou thy way till the end (be)
12. 13 and stand in thy lot at the end of the
Amos 8. 2 The end is come upon my people of Isra.
Hab. 2. 3 but at the end it shall speak, and not lie
14. End, extremity, .iyp qatsah.
Exod?5. 18 make, .in the two ends of the mercy-seat
25. 19 on the one end, and. .on the other end
25. 19 make the cherubim on the two ends
28. 23 shalt put the two rings on the two ends
28. 24 two rings, .on the ends of the breastplate
28. 25 (the other) two ends of the two wreathen
28. 26 thou shalt put them upon the two ends
37. 7 made . . on the two ends of the mercy
37. 8 One cherub on the end on this side
37. 8 another cherub on the. .end on that side
37. 8 made he the cherubim on the two ends
39. 1 6 put the two rings in the two ends of the
39 17 in the two rings on the ends of the breast.
39. 1 8 And the two ends of the two wreathen
39. 19 put (them) on the two ends of the breast.
Job 28. 24 For he looketh to the ends of the earth
Psa. 19. 6 and his circuit unto the ends of it
Isa. 40. 28 the Creator of the ends of the earth
41. 5 the ends of the earth were afraid, drew
41. 9 (Thou) whom I have taken from the ends
Eze. 15. 4 the fire devoureth both the ends of it
l5.End, extremity, nxj} qatseh.
Gen. 8. 3 after the end of the hundred and fifty
23. 9 the cave . . which (is) in the end of his Held
47. 21 he removed them to cities from (one) end
47. 21 the borders of Egypt even to the (other) e.
Exod26. 28 the boards shall reach from end to end
36. 33 through the boards from the one end
Deut 1 3. 7 from thee, from the (one) end of the earth
13. 7 even unto the (other) end of the earth
14. 28 At the end of three years thou shalt bring
Deut 28. 49 bring a nation . . from the end of the earth
28. 64 the one end of the earth even unto the
Josh. 9. 1 6 it came to pass, at the end of three days
15. 5 (was) the salt sea, (even) unto the end
15. 8 at the end of the valley of the giants
18. 15 And the south quarter (was) from the end
18. 16 the border came down to the end of the
:8. 19 the salt sea at the south end of Jordan
Judg. 6. 21 the angel of the LORD put forth the end
Ruth 3. 7 he went to lie down at the end of the heap
1 Sa 9. 27 they were going down to the end of the
14. 27 wherefore he put forth the end of the rod
14. 43 taste a little honey with the end of the rod
2 Sa. 24! 8 they came to Jerusalem at the end of nine
1 Ki. 9. 10 it came to pass at the end of twenty years
2 KI. 8. 3 it came to pass at the seven years end
1 8. 10 at the end of three years they took it
Psa. 1 9. 4 Their line is gone . . their words to the end
19. 6 His going forth (is) from the end of the
46. 9 He maketh wars to cease unto the end
61. 2 From the end of the earth will I cry unto
135. 7 to ascend from the ends of the earth
Provi7. 24 the eyes of a fool (are) in the ends of the e.
Isa. 5. 26 he will . . hiss . . from the end of the earth
7. 3 at the end of the conduit of the upper
13. 5 from a far country, from the end of hea.
42. 10 Sing, .his praise from the end of the earth
43 6 bring my. .daughters from the ends of
48. 20 utter it (even) to the end of the earth
49. 6 be my salvation unto the end of the earth
62. ii the LORD hath proclaimed unto the end
Jer. 10. 13 causeth the vapours to ascend from the e.
12. 12 the sword, .shall devour from the (one)e.
12. 12 even to the (other) end of the land
25. 31 A noise shall come (even) to the ends
25. 33 at that day from (one) end of the earth
25. 33 even unto the (other) end of the earth
51. 16 the vapours to ascend from the ends
51. 31 show the king, .his city is taken at (one) e.
Eze. 3. 1 6 it came to pass at the end of seven days
39. 14 after the end of seven months shall they
48. i From the north end to the coast of the
16. End, extremity, n^rp qetseh.
Isa. 2. 7 neither (is there any) end of their treasures
2. 7 neither (is there any) end of their chariots
Nah. 2. 9 (there is) none end of the store (and) glory
3. 3 and (there is) none end of (their) corpses
17. End, extremity, ixp qetsec.
Psa. 48. 10 so (is) thy praise unto the ends of the ea.
65. 5 the confidence of all the ends of the earth
Isa. 26. 15 thou hast removed (it) far(unto) all the e.
IS. End, extremity, ni?p qitsvah.
Exod37. 8 made . . cherubim on the two ends thereof
38. 5 he cast four rings for the four ends of the
19. End, extremity, nyp qetsath.
Dan. i. 5 at the end thereof they might stand be.
i. is at the end of ten days their countenances
i. 18 at the end of the days, .he should bring
4. 29 At the end of twelve months he walked
4. 34 at the end of the days I . . lifted up mine
20. Head, Z tci rosh.
1 KI. 8. 8 the ends of the staves were seen out in
2 Ch. 5. 9 the ends of the staves were seen from the
^.Perfection, end, n ^n taklith.
Neh. 3. 21 even to the end of the house of Eliashib
Job 26. 10 until the day and night come to an end
22. To be perfect, finished, complete, 03$ tamam.
Jer. i. 3 unto the end of the eleventh year of Zed.
23. Revolution, circuit, end, n$?pp tequphah.
Exod34. 22 the feast of ingathering at the year s end
2 Ch.24. 23 it came to pass at the end of the year
24. Outgoing, tK&ao-is ekbasis.
Heb. 13. 7 whose faith follow, considering the end
25. Extremity, irtpas peras.
Rom 10. 1 8 and their words unto the ends of the wo.
Heb. 6. 1 6 an oath for confirmation (is) to them an e.
26. Full end, ffvvrf\fia sunteleia.
Matt 13. 39 the harvest is the end of the world
13. 40 so shall it be in the end of this world
13. 49 So shall it be at the end of the world
24. 3 what (shall be) the sign . .of the end
28. 20 I am with you alway, (even) unto the end
Heb. 9. 26 once in the end of the world hath he ap.
27. End, reAoj telos.
Matt 10 22 he that endureth to the end shall be
24. 6 all these things must come, .but the end
24. 13 he that shall endure unto the end. .shall
24. 14 in all the world, .and then shall the end
26. 58 Peter, .sat with the servants, to see the e.
Mark 3 26 he cannot stand, but hath an end
13. 7 needs be ; but the end (shall) not (be) yet
13. 13 he that shall endure unto the end
Luke i. 33 of his kingdom there shall be no end
21. 9 these things must come first . . the end (is)
22. 37 for the things concerning me have an end
John 13. i his own. .he loved them unto the end
Rom. 6. 21 for the end of those things (is) death
6. 22 unto holiness, and the end everlasting
10. 4 Christ (is) the end of the law for righteo.
i Co. i. 8 Who shall also confirm you unto the end
10. ii upon whom the ends of the world are co.
15. 24 the end, when he shall have delivered
a Co. i. 13 ye shall acknowledge even to the end
3. 13 to the end of that which is abolished
11. 15 whose end shall be according to their
Phil. 3. 19 Whose end (is) destruction, whose god
i Ti. 1.5 Now the end of the commandment is ch.
Heb. 3. 6 rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end
3. 14 of our confidence stedfast unto the end
6. 8 nigh unto cursing ; whose end (is) to be
6. ii to the full assurance of hope unto the e.
7. 3 neither beginning of days, nor end of life
Jas. 5. ii Ye. .have seen the end of the Lord ; that
1 Pe. i. 9 Receiving the end of your faith, .the sal.
4. 7 But the end of all things is at hand : be
4. 17 what shall the end (be) of them that
Rev. 2. .?6 he that . . keepeth my works unto the end
21. 6 I am Alpha, .the beginning and the end
22. 13 I am . . the beginning and the end, the first
[See also cast, Come to, grow to, hinder, what, world.]
END, to
I. To cease, leave off, forbear, Virj chadal.
Isa. 24. 8 the noise of them that rejoice endeth
2.To be complete, finished, n^j kalah, 3.
Gen. 2. 2 on the seventh day God ended his work
Ruth 2. 2 1 until they have ended all my harvest
Eze. 4. 8 till thou hast ended the days of thy siege
%. To perfect, finish, CCIji tamam, 5.
2 Sa. 20. 1 8 surely ask. .at Abel : and so they ended
4. To Jill up or out, irKrip&w pleroo.
Luke 7. i when he had ended all his sayings in the
Acts 19. 21 After these things were ended, Paul pur.
5. To end together or fully, vwrtKim sunteled.
Matt. 7. 28 it came to pass, when Jesus had ended
Luke 4. 2 when they were ended, he afterward hu.
4. 13 when the devil had ended all the tempt.
Acts 21. 27 when the seven days were almost ended
END, to be at an
I. To cease, fail, have an end, DDK aphes.
Isa. 16. 4 the extortioner is at an end, the spoiler
2. To be swallowed up, ySj bala, 1 .
Psa. 107. 27 They .. stagger . . and are at their wit s end
3. To fill in, complete, be full, tfSo male.
Lev. 8. 33 until, .your consecration be at an end
END, to come to an
To be perfected, finished, Dpi? tamain.
Psa. 9. 6 destructions are come to a perpetual end
END, full
Completion, consumption, "6$ kalah.
Jer. 4. 27 desolate ; yet will I not make a full end
5. 10 make not a full end ; take away her bat.
5. 18 I will not make a full end with you
30. ii though I make a full end of all nations
30. 1 1 yet will I not make a full end of thee
46. 28 I will make a full end of all the nations
4.6. 28 but I will not make a full end of thee
Eze. n. 13 wilt thou make a full end of the remnant
END, to have an
1. To be ended, consumed, ^o suph.
AmoS3. 15 and the great houses shall have an end
2. To be perfected, CSi? tamam, 2.
Psa. 102. 27 But thou. .thy years shall have no end
END, to make an
I. To finish, seal up, cnn Chatham. [See No. f.]
Dan. 9. 24 transgression, and to make an end of sins
2.7*0 finish, consume, determine, n^1? kalah, 3.
Gen. 27. 30 as soon as Isaac had made an end of
49- 33 when Jacob had made an end of comma.
Exod3i. 18 when he had made an end of communing
Lev. 16. 20 when he hath made an end of reconciling
Num. 4. 15 Aaron and his sons have made an end of
16. 31 as he had made an end of speaking all
Deut. 20. 9 when the officers have made an end of
26. 12 When thou hast made an end of tithing
31. 24 when Moses had made an end of writing
32. 45 And Moses made an end of speaking all
Josh. 8. 24 when Israel had made an end of slaying -1
ic. 20 when . . Israel had made an end of slaying
19. 49 When they had made an end of dividing
19. 51 So they made an end of dividing the
Judg. 3. 18 when he had made an end to offer the
15. 17 when he had made an end of speaking
1 Sa. 3. 12 when I begin, I will also make an end
10. 13 when he had made an end of prophesying
13. 10 as soon as he had made an end of offering
18. i when he had made an end of speaking
24. 16 when David had made an end of speaking
2 Sa. 6. 18 as soon as David had made an end of
11. 19 When thou hast made an end of telling
13. 36 as soon as he had made an end of speak.
1 Ki. i. 41 as they had made an end of eating
3. i until he had made an end of building his
7. 40 So Hiram made an end of doing all the
8. 54 when Solomon had made an end of pray.
2 Ki. 10. 25 as soon as he had made an end of offering
1 Ch.i6. 2 when David had made an end of offering
2 Ch. 7. i when Solomon had made an end of pray.
20. 23 when they had made an end of the inha.
24. 10 brought in. .until they had made an end
29. 17 in the sixteenth day . .they made an end
29. 29 when they had made an end of offering
Ezra 10. 17 And they made an end with all the men
Neh. 4. 2 will fchey make an end in a day ? will
Jer. 26. 8 when Jeremiah had made an end of spea.
43. i when Jeremiah had made an end of spe.
51. 63 when thou hast made an end of reading
END
Eze. 4;. 15 when he had made an end of measuring
43. 23 When thou hast made an end of cleans.
Amos 7. 2 when they had made an end of eating
3.7*0 make an end, complete, n?j nalah, 5.
Isa. 33. i when thou shalt make an end to deal
4. TV finish, chtpshalam, 5.
Isa. 38. 12, 13 to night wilt thou make an end of me
5. To perfect, finish, OD tamam, 5. [See No. 1.]
Dan. 9. 24 to finish . . and to make an end of sins
G.T<> end. rt\tu teleo.
Matt ii. i when Jesus had made an end of comman.
END of, to be an
To be completed, finished, consumed, nh$ kalah.
Jer. 44. 27 be consumed, .until there be an end of
END of, in the
To go out or forth, N?; yatsa.
Exod23. 16 in the end of the year, when thou hast
END, in the
Lot? in the evening, ofye opse.
Matt 28. i In the end of the sabbath, as it began to
END, to the
1.7Y/ the intent, [ID^ lemaan.
Exod. 8. 22 to the end thou mayest know that I (am)
2. With a view to, et s r6 eis to.
Acts 7. 19 cast out. .to the end they might not live
Rom. i. ii gift, to the end ye may be established
4. 1 6 to the end the promise might be sure
i Th. 3. 13 To the end he may stablish your hearts
3. Perfectly, completely, TeAeiwr teleios.
1 Pe. i. 13 hope to the end for the grace that is to
END, to this
With a I iciv to this, els TO WTO eis touto.
JohniS. 17 To this end was I born, and for this cause
Rom 14. 9 For to this end Christ both died, and rose
2 Co. 2. 9 For to this end also did I write, that I
END that, to this
Toward this, irpbs r6 pros to.
LukeiS. i spake a parable unto them (to this e.) that
END, the latter
The last things, TO <rxTa la eschata.
2 Pe. 2. 20 the latter end is worse with them than
END, utter
Completion, consumption, end, rhy kalah.
Xah. i. 8 he will make an utter end of the place
i. 9 he will make an utter end : affliction shall
END to the other, from one
From point unto point, air &Kpcav etas &Kpwv.
Matt 24. 31 from one end of heaven to the other
END, -world without
Unto ages of duration, ii C^P iy ad oleme ad.
Isa. 45- 17 shall not be ashamed .. world without end
ENDAMAGE, to
To cause loss, pj} nesaq, 5.
Ezra 4. 13 thou shalt endamage the revenue of the
ENDANGER, to make
To endanger, forfeit, cause to owe, anchub, 3.
Dau. i. io then shall ye make (me) endanger my
ENDANGERED, to be
To be endangered, jsg sakan, 2.
Eccl. io. 9 he that cleaveth wood shall be endang.
ENDEAVOUR, to
I.To seek, (^jre cc zeteo.
Acts 16. io immediately we endeavoured to go into
2. To make speed or haste, (nrovSdfa spoudazo.
Eph. 4. 3 Endeavouring to keep the unity of the
1 Tli. 2. 17 we. .endeavoured the more, .to see your
2 Pe. i. 15 I will endeavour that ye may be able
ENDEAV01JRS
Doing, acting, ^i/J maaJal.
Psa. 28. 4 according to the wickedness of their en.
ENDED, to be
1. To be completed, finished, .1^9 kalah.
Gen. 41. 53 seven years of plenteousness . . were ended
2C h.29. 34 Levites did help., till the work was ended
Jer. 8. 20 The harvest is past, the summer is ended
2. To be completed, finished, .1^3 kalah, 4.
Psa. 72. 20 The prayers of . . the son of Jesse are ended
3. To befinished, complete, thy shalam.
i Ki. 7. 51 So was ended all the work that king Sol.
Isa. 60. 20 the days of thy mourning shall be ended
4. To be perfected, finished, DSI? tamam.
Gen. 47. 18 When that year was ended, they came
Deut 31. 30 words of this song^ntil they were ended
34. 8 days of weeping . . for Moses were ended
Job 31. 40 The word-3 of Job are ended
5. To become, -yivofi.au ginomai.
John 13. 2 And supper being ended, the devil having
ENDING
End, T(\OS telos.
Fev. i. 8 beginning and the ending, saith the LORD
299
ENDLESS
I.Not loosed down, a.Ka,ra.\vros akatalutos.
Heb. 7. 16 made, .after the power of an endless life
^.Endless, unpierced through, aWpavTos aperantos.
i Ti. i. 4 Neither give heed to fables and endless
EN -DOR, in or IKI ]*% fountain of Dor.
A city of Manasseh, four miles S. of Tabor, or at the S.
of the sea of Galilee in Issachar. It is now called
Endur, and the rock on which it stands is hollowed
into caves. From the slopes of Gilboa to Endor is seven
or eight miles over rugged ground.
Josh 17. ii the inhabitants of E. and her towns
1 Sa. 28. 7 a woman that hath a familiar spirit at .
Psa. 83. io perished at E. : they became (as) dung
ENDOW, to
To endow, purchase, inn mahar.
Exod22. 16 he shall surely endow her to be his wife
ENDS
I. Borders, 1175:0 migbaloth.
Exod28. 14 Arid two chains (of) pure gold at the ends
I.Last or extreme point, &TXTOS eschatos.
Acts 13. 47 shouldest be for salvation unto the ends
ENDUE, to
To endow, endue, IJT zabad.
Gen. 30. 20 God hath endued me (with) a good dowry
ENDTTED with
1. To know, be acquainted with, j;v yada.
2 Ch. 2. 12 endued with prudence and understanding
2. 13 a cunningman, endued with understand.
I.To go in, be clothed with, cVSucu enduo.
Luke:4. 49 until ye be endued with power from on
ENDURE, to (can)
1.7*0 be, n;n hayah.
Psa. 72. 17 His name shall endure for ever : his name
8 1. 15 their time should have endured for ever
89. 36 His seed shall endure for ever, and his
104. 31 The glory of the LORD shall endure for
2. To be able, endure, Sb; yakol.
Esth. S. 6 how can I endure, .how can I endure to
Job 31. 23 by reason of his highness I could not en.
3.7*0 sit doivn or still, aty; yashab.
Psa. 9. 7 the LORD shall endure for ever : he hath
102. 12 thou, O LORD, shalt endure for ever, and
4. 7*o lodge, pass the night, jf? lun.
Psa. 30. 5 weeping may endure for a night, but joy
5. Until not, "?? iy ad beli.
Psa. 72. 7 peace so long as the moon endureth
6. With. ..and before,
"
l}2
L
?]...Qy im...ve-li-phene.
Psa. 72. 5 as long as the sun and moon endure
7.7*0 stand, stand still, loj; amad.
Exod1 8. 23 thou shalt be able to endure, and all this
Psa. 19. 9 fear of the LORD (is) clean, enduring for
102. 26 They shall perish, but thou shalt endure
in. 3 and his righteousness endureth for ever
in. io of the LORD . .his praise endureth for ever
112. 3, 9 his righteousness endureth for ever
Eze. 22. 14 Can thine heart endure, or can thine
8.7*0 rise up, stand still, mp gum.
Job 8. 15 shall hold it fast, but it shall not endure
9. To hold up, oWxo/xoi anechomai.
2 Th. i. 4 in all your .. tribulations that ye endure
2 Ti. 4. 3 when they will not endure sound doctr.
10.7*0 be strong, firm, Kaprtpeta kartereo.
Heb. ii. 27 he endured, as seeing him who is invisi.
11.7*0 remain, /j.tvw meno.
John 6. 27 meat which endureth unto everlasting
Heb. io. 34 a better and an enduring substance
i Pe. i. 25 the word of the Lord endureth for ever
12. 7*o bear, carry, <pfpta j)herd.
Rom. 9 22 endured with much long suffering the
Heb. 12. 20 could not endure that which was com.
13.7*0 remain under, virofifvu hupomeno.
Matt io. 22 that endureth to the end shall be saved
24. 13 he that shall endure unto the end, the
Marki3. 13 he that shall endure unto the end, the
1 Co. 13. 7 hopeth all things, endureth all things
2 Ti. 2. io I endure all things for the elect s sakes
Heb. io. 32 ye endured a great fight of afflictions
12. 2 endured the cross, despising the shame
12. 3 ; 12. 7; Jas. i. 12 ; 5. it.
14. It is, forl esti.
Mark 4. 17 have no root...and so endure but for
15.7*0 bear up under, inro<ptpu hupophero.
2 Ti. 3.11 at ... what persecutions I endured
1 Pe. 2. 19 for conscience toward God endure grief
ENDURE hardness, to
To suffer evil, KaKoira6t(a kakopatheo.
2 Ti. 2. 3 therefore endure hardness, as a good sol.
ENDURE patiently, to
To be long or patient minded, iMa.npodvtJ.toi makro.
Heb. 6. 15 after he had patiently endured, he obtain.
ENEMY
ENDURING
Remaining up under, virofj.ovfi hupomone.
2 Co. i. 6 which is effectual in the enduring of the
E-NE -AS, AtWav (from Hebrew, praise ofJah.)
A. man of Lydda healed by Peter.
Acts 9. 33 there he found a certain man named &.
9. 34 &., Jesus Christ maketh thee whole
EN EG-LA -IM. D^j? ] y. fountain of two calves.
A place near the Salt Sea ; but not the same as Ejlaim.
See BETH-HOOLAH.
Eze. 47. 10 shall stand upon it from Engedi . . unto E.
ENEMY
I. Enemy, Tk oyeb.
Gen. 22. 17 shall possess the gate of his enemies
49. 8 (shall be) in the neck of thine enemies
Exodis. 6 hand, .hath dashed in pieces the enemy
15. 9 enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake
23. 4 If thou meet thine enemy s ox or his asa
23. 22 I will be an enemy unto thine enemies
23. 27 I will make all thine enemies turn their
Lev. 26. 7 ye shall chase your enemies, and they
26. 8 your enemies shall fall before you by the
26. 16 your seed .. for your enemies shall eat it
26. 17 and ye shall be slain before your enemies
26. 25 be delivered into the hand of the enemy
26. 32 your enemies which dwell therein shall
26. 34 as long as. .ye (be) in your enemies land
26. 36 faintness . .in the land of their enemies
26. 37 no power to stand before your enemies
26. 38 the land of your enemies shall eat you up
26. 39 in their iniquity in your enemies lands
26. 41 brought them into, .land of their enem.
26. 44 when they be in the land of their enem.
Numio. 9 go to war in your land against the enemy
10. 35 Rise, .and let thine enemies be scattered
14. 42 ye be not smitten before your enemies
23. 1 1 I took thee to curse mine enemies, and
24. 10 I called thee to curse mine enemies, and
24. 1 8 shall be a possession for his enemies
32. 21 until he hath driven out his enemies
35- 2 3 (was) not his enemy, neither sought his
Deut. i. 42 lest ye be smitten before your enemies
6. 19 To cast out all thine enemies from befo.
12. 10 rest from all your enemies round about
20. i goest out to battle against thine enemies
20. 3 this day unto battle against your enem.
20. 4 to fight for you against your enemies
20. 14 thou shalt eat the spoil of thine enemies
21. 10 goest forth to war against thine enemies
23. 9 host goeth forth against thine enemies
23. 14 and to give up thine enemies before thee
25. 19 given thee rest from all thine enemies
28. 7 The LORD shall cause thine enemies that
28. 25 to be smitten before thine enemies
28. 31 thy sheep (shall be) given unto thine ene.
28. 48 Therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies
28. 53, 55, 57 wherewith thine enemies shall
28. 68 there ye shall be sold unto your enemies
30. 7 will put all these curses upon thine ene.
32. 27 it not that I feared the wrath of the ene.
32. 31 even our enemies themselves (being)
32. 42 the beginning of revenges upon the ene.
33. 27 he shall thrust out the enemy from
33. 29 thine enemies shall be found liars unto
Josh. 7. 8 Israel turneth their backs before their en.
7. 12 Israel could not stand before their enem.
7. 12 turned (their) backs before their enemies
7. 13 thou canst not stand before thine enem.
TO. 13 had avenged themselves upon their ene.
10. 19 stay ye not. .pursue after your enemies
10. 25 to all your enemies against whom ye fight
21. 44 there stood not a man of all their enem.
21. 44 the LORD delivered all their enemies into
22. 8 divide the spoil of your enemies with
23. i rest unto Israel from all their enemies
Judg. 2. 14 he sold them into the hands of their ene.
2. 14 they could not. .stand before their ene.
2. 18 delivered, .out of the hand of their ene.
3. 28 the LORD hath delivered your enemies
5. 31 So let all thine enemies perish, O LORD
8. 34 out of the hands of all their enemies
1 1 . 36 taken vengeance for thee of thine enemies
1 6. 23 Our god hath delivered Samson our ene.
16. 24 hath delivered into our hands our enemy
i Sa. 2. i my mouth is enlarged over mine enemies
4. 3 it may save us out of the hand of our ene.
12! 10 deliver us out of the hand of our ene.
12. ii delivered you out of the hand of . .ene.
14. 24 that I may be avenged on mine enemies
14. 30 spoil of their eneniies which they found ?
14. 47 Saul, .fought against all his enemies on
18. 25 to be avenged of the king s enemies
*
1 8. 29 Saul became David s enemy continually
19. 17 Why hast thou. .sent away mine enemy
20. 15 when the LORD hath cut off the enemies
20. 16 even require (it) at the hand of David s en.
24. 4 I will deliver thine enemy into thine hand
24. io if a man find his enemy, will he let him
25. 22 So and more also do God unto the ene.
25. 26 now let thine enemies . .be as Nabal
25. 29 thine enemies, them shall he sling out
26. 8 God hath delivered thine enemy into
29. 8 that I may not go fight against the enem.
30. 26 of the spoil of the enemies of the LORD
a Sa. 3. 1 8 and out of the hand of all their enemies
4. 8 Saul thine enemy, which sought thy life
5. 20 LORD hath broken forth upon mine ene.
7. i had given him rest . .from all his enemies
ENEMY 300 ENGINES
2 Sa. 7. 9 and have cut off all thine enemies out of
7. 1 1 I . . caused thee to rest from all thine cue.
12.14 thou hast given great occasion to the ene.
18. 19 the LORD hath avenged him of his ene.
18. 32 And Cushi answered, The enemies of my
19. 9 king saved us out of the hand of our ene.
22. i him out of the hand of all his enemies
22. 4 so shall 1 be saved from mine enemies
22. 1 8 He delivered me from my strong enemy
22. 38 I have pursued mine enemies, and destr.
22. 41 hast also given me the necks of mine ene.
22. 49 that bringeth me forth from mine ene.
1 Ki. 3. 1 1 nor hast asked the life of thine enemies
8. 33 Israel be smitten down before the ene.
8. 37 if their enemy besiege them in the land
8. 44 If thy people go out. .against their ene.
8. 46 and deliver them to the enemy, so that
8. 46 carry them . . unto the land of the enemy
8. 48 in the land of their enemies which led
21. 20 Hast thou found me, O mine enemy?
2 Ki. 17. 39 he shall deliver you out of. all your en.
21. 14 deliver them into the hand of their eue.
21. 14 they shallbecome. .a spoil to all their ene.
i Ch.i4- n God hath broken in upon mine enemies
17. 8 and have cut off all thine enemies from
17. 10 Moreover I will subdue all thine enemies
21. 12 while that the sword of thine enemies
22. 9 I will give him rest from all his enemies
a Ch. 6. 24 Israel be put to the worse before the ene.
6. 28 if their enemies besiege them in the cities
6. 34 If thy people go out. .against their ene
6. 36 and deliver them over before (their) en.
20. 27 had made them to rejoice over their ene.
20. 29 the LORD fought against the enemies of
25. 8 God shall make thee fall before the enemy
26. 13 army, .to help the king against the ene.
Ezra S. 22 to help us agaiust the enemy in the way
8. 31 he delivered us from the hand of the ene.
Jfeh. 4. 15 when our enemies heard that it was
5. 9 the reproach of the heathen our enemies ;
6. i the rest of our enemies, heard that I had
6. 16 it came to pass, that when all our ene.
9. 28 leftest thou them in the hand of their e.
Esth. 7. 6 The adversary and enemy (is) this wicked
8. 13 ready, .to avenge themselves on their e.
9. i in the day that the enemies of the Jews
9. 5 Thus the Jews smote all their enemies
9. 1 6 had rest from their enemies, and slew
9. 22 wherein the Jews rested from their ene.
Job 13. 24 Wherefore, .holdest me for thine enemy !
27. 7 Let mine enemy be as the wicked, and he
33. 10 Behold, .he counteth me for his enemy
Psa 3. 7 for thou hast smitten all mine enemies
6. 10 Let all mine enemies be ashamed and
7. 5 Let the enemy persecute my soul, and
8. 2 thou mightest still the enemy and the
9. 3 When mine enemies are turned back, they
9. 6 O thou enemy, destructions are come to
13. 2 how long shall mine enemy be exalted
13. 4 Lest mine enemy say, I have prevailed
17. 9 my deadly enemies, (who) compass me ah
18. title, from the hand of all his enemies, and
18. 3 so shall I be saved from mine enemies
18. 17 He delivered me from my strong enemy
18. 37 I have pursued mine enemies, and over.
i 8. 40 hast . . given me the necks of mine enemies
8. 48 He delivereth me from mine enemies
21. 8 Thine hand shall find out all thine ene
25. 2 let not mine enemies triumph over me
25. 19 Consider mine enemies, for they are many
27. 6 mine head be lifted up above mine ene.
31. 8 not shut me up into the hand of the enc.
31. 15 deliver me from the hand of mine enemies
35. 19 Let not them that are mine enemies
37. 20 the enemies of the LORD, .as the fat of la.
38. 19 mine enemies (are) lively . .they are strong
41. 2 not deliver him unto the will of his ene.
41. 5 Mine enemies speak evil of me, When sh. (
41. ii mine enemy doth not triumph over me
42. 9 because of the oppression of the enemy i
44. 16 by reason of the enemy and avenger
45. 5 sharp in the heart of the. .enemies
54. 7 and mine eye hath seen, .upon mine ene. I
55. 3 Because of the voice of the enemy
55. 12 For. .not an enemy (that) reproached me {
56. 9 then shall mine enemies turn back : this I
59. i Deliver me from mine enemies, my God C
61. 3 hast been . . a strong tower from the enemy I
64. i preserve my life from fear of the enemy I
66. 3 shall thine enemies submit themselves
68. i Let God arise, let his enemies be scattered
68. 21 God shall wound the head of his enemies
68. 23 foot may be dipped in the blood of. .ene.
69. 4 mine enemies wrongfully, are mighty
69. 18 deliver me, because of mine enemies
71. 10 For mine enemies speak against me ; and
72. Q and his enemies shall lick the dust
74. 3 all (that) the enemy hath done wickedly
74. 10 shall the enemy blaspheme thy name for
74. 18 Remember this, (that) the enemy hath
78. 53 but the sea overwhelmed their enemies
80. 6 and our enemies laugh among themselves
81. 14 I should soon have subdued their enemies
83. 2 For, lo, thine enemies make a tumult
89. 10 thou hast scattered thine enemies with
89. 22 The enemy shall not exact upon him
89. 42 thou hast made all his enemies to rejoice
89. 51 Wherewith thine enemies have reproach.
92. 9 thine enemies, O LORD, .thine enemies
102. 8 Mine enemies reproach me all the day
106. 10 redeemed them from the hand of the e.
106. 42 Their enemies also oppressed them, and
Psa. no. i until I make thine enemies thy footstool
no. 2 rule thou in the midst of thine enemies
119. 98 Thou, .hast made me wiser than mine e.
127. 5 they shall speak with the enemies in the
132. 1 8 His enemies will I clothe with shame
138. 7 stretch forth . .againstthewrathofminee.
139. 22 I hate them. .1 count them mine enemies
143. 3 For the enemy hath persecuted my soul
143. 9 Deliver me, O LORD, from mine enemies
143. 12 And of thy mercy cut off mine enemies
ProviC. 7 hemaketheven his enemies to be at peace
24. 17 Rejoice not when thine enemy falleth
Isa. i. 24 Ah, I will, .avenge me of mine enemies
9. 1 1 the LORD shall . . join his enemies together
42. 13 The LORD, .shall prevail against his ene.
59. 1 8 he will repay, .recompence to his enemies
62. 8 I will no more give . . meat for thine ene.
63. 10 therefore he was turned to be their ene.
66. 6 LORD that rendereth recompence to his e.
66. 14 and (his) indignation toward his enemies
Jer. 6. 25 the sword of the enemy . . (is) on every side
12. 7 beloved of my soul into the hand of here.
15. 9 I deliver to the sword before their enemies
15. ii I will cause the enemy to entreat thee
15. 14 1 will make (thee) to pass with thine en.
17. 4 I will cause thee to serve thine enemies
1 8. 17 I will scatter them, .before the enemy
19. 7 1 will cause them to fall, .before their e.
19. g wherewith their enemies, .shall straiten
20. 4 they shall fall by the sword of their ene.
20. 5 will I give into the hand of their enemies
21. 7 and into the hand of their enemies
30. 14 wounded thee with the wound of an ene.
31.16 shall come again from the land of the en.
34. 20 will, .give them into the hand of their e.
34. 21 will I give into the hand of their enemies
44. 30 I will give, .into the hand of his enemies
44. 30 Nebuchadnezzar king of B., his enemy
49. 37 before thine enemies, and before them
Lan i. 2 all her friends .. are become her enemies
i. 5 Her adversaries are the chief, her enemies
i. 9 LORD, behold my affliction ; for the e.
i. 16 my children are desolate, because the e.
1. 21 all mine enemies have heard of my tro.
2. 3 he hath drawn back, .from before the e.
2. 4 He hath bent his bow like an enemy
1. 5 The LORD was an enemy : he hath swall.
2. 7 hath given up into the hand of the enemy
2. 1 6 thine enemies have opened their mouth
2. 17 caused (thine) enemy to rejoice over thee
2. 22 those that I. .swaddled, .enemy consum.
3. 46 our enemies have opened their mouths
3. 52 Mine enemies chased me sore, like a bird
4. 12 that the adversary and the enemy should
Eze. 36. 2 the enemy hath said against you, Aha !
39. 27 gathered them out of their enemies lands
Hos. 8. 3 Israel, .the enemy shall pursue him
Amos 9. 4 go into captivity before their enemies
Mic. 2. 8 of late my people is risen up as an enemy
4. 10 redeem thee from the hand of-thine enem.
5. 9 and all thine enemies shall be cut off
7. 6 man s enemies (are) the men of his own
7. 8 Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy
7. 10 (she that is) mine enemy shall see (it)
Nah. i. 2 and he reserveth (wrath) for his enemies
i. 8 and darkness shall pursue his enemies
3. 1 1 shalt seek strength because of the enemy
3. 13 sluill be set wide open unto thine enemies
Zeph. 3. 15 he hath cast out thine enemy
2. -Enemy, one awake, ~\y ar.
i Sa. 28. 16 seeing the LORD, .is become thine enemy
Psa. 139. 20 (and) thine enemies take (thy name) in
Dan. 4. 19 interpretation thereof to thine enemies
3. Adversary, a distresser, straitencr, ~ff, iy tsar.
Gen. 14. 20 delivered thine enemies into thy hand
Numio. 9 against the enemy that oppresseth you
24. :- . he shall eat up the nations his enemies
Deut32. 41 I will render vengeance to mine enemies
33. 7 be thou an help(to him) from his enemies
1 Sa. 2. 32 thou shalt see an enemy (in my) habita.
2 Sa. 24. 13 flee three months before thine enemies
i Ch. 12. 17 (ye be come) to betray me to mine enem.
Neh. 9. 27 into the hand of their enemies, who vex.
9. 27 them out of the hand of their enemies
Esth. 7. 4 enemy could not countervail the king s
Job 6. 23 Deliver me from the enemy s hand? or
16 9 mine enemy sharpeneth his eyes upon
19. ii counteth me. .as (one of) his enemies
Psa. 27. 2 When the wicked, .mine enemies and my
27. 12 Deliver me not. .unto the will of mine e.
44. 5 Through thee will we push down our en.
44. 7 But thou hast saved us from our enemies
44. 10 Thou makest us to turn back from the e.
60. 12 for he. .shall tread down our enemies
78. 42 day when he delivered them from the en.
78. 61 delivered, .his glory into the enemy s ha.
78. 66 he smote his enemies in the hinder part
97. 3 A fire, .burneth np his enemies round
105. 24 he. .made them stronger than their ene.
106. ii And the waters covered their enemies
107. 2 whom he hath redeemed from, .the eue.
108. 13 he. .shall tread down our enemies
112. 8 until he see (his desire) upon his enemies
119. 139 because mine enemies have forgotten
119. 157 Many (are) my persecutors and mine e.
136. 24 And hath redeemed us from our enemies
Isa. 26. n the fire of thine enemies shall devour
59. 19 When the enemy shall come in like a
Ter. 48. 5 the enemies have heard a cry of destruc.
Lam. i. 5 are gone into captivity before the enemy
Lam. i. 7 her people fell into the hand of the ene.
Eze. 39. 23 I . .gave them into the hand of their eue.
4. To straiten, distress, ~ny isarar.
Esth. 3. 10 the son of Hammedatha. .the Jews ene.
8. i give the house of Haman, the Jews enemy
9. 10 The ten sons of Haman. .the enemy of the
9. 24 Haman. .the enemy of all the Jews, had
Psa. 6. 7 it waxeth old because of all mine enemies
7.4! have delivered him that . . is my enemy
7. 6 because of the rage of mine enemies
8. 2 thou ordained strength because of thine e.
10. 5 (as for)all his enemies, he puffeth at them
23. 5 before me in the presence of mine enem.
31. n I was a reproach among all mine enemies
42. 10 with a sword in my bones, mine enemies
74. 4 Thine enemies roar in the midst of thy c.
74. 23 Forget not the voice of thine enemies
5. To stand up, icithxtand, C p qum.
Exod32. 25 had made them naked, .among their en.
6. To hate, ttiy sane.
Exod.i. 10 they join also unto our enemies, ami light
2 Sa. 19. 6 In that thou lovest thine enemies, and
2 Ch. i. n hast not asked, .the life of thine enemies
Prov2s. 21 If thine enemy be hungry, give him bread
27. 6 but the kisses of an enemy (are) deceitful
7. To behold, look; watch, ~nv shur.
Psa. 92. n Mine eye also shall see. .mine enemies
8. To behold, observe, vatch, ~ny sharar.
Psa. 5. 8 Lead me, O LORD, .because of mine ene.
27. n Teach me thy way. .because of mine ene.
54. 5 He shall reward evil unto mine enemies
56. 2 Mine enemies would daily swallow (me)
59. 10 God shall let me see. .mine enemies
9. Enemy, opponent, ^x^P^s echthms.
Matt. 5. 43 love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy
5. 44 Love your enemies, bless them that curse
13. 25 But while men slept, his enemy v. 28.
13. 39 The enemy that sowed them is the devil
22. 44 till I make thine enemies thy footstool .
Marki2. 36 till I make thine enemies thy fi>t.-t""l
Luke 1.71 That we should be saved from our ene.
i. 74 being delivered out of the hand of our e.
6. 27 Love your enemies, do good to them which
6. 35 But love ye your enemies, and d" ^rood
10. 19 power, .over all the power of the enemy
19. 27 But those mine enemies, which would
19. 43 thine enemies shall cast a trench about
20. 43 Till I make thine enemies thy footstool
Acts 13. 10 child of the devil, .enemy of all ri^hti-o.
Rom. 5. 10 For if, when we were enemies, we were
11. 28 As concerning the Gospel, .enemies for
12. 20 Therefore if thine euemy hunger, feed
1 Co. 15. 25 till he hath put all enemies under his
15. 26 The last enemy (that) shall be destroyed
Gal. 4. 16 Am I therefore become your enemy, be.
Phil. 3. 1 8 (they are) the enemies of the cross of
Col. i. 21 you, that were sometime alienated, ande.
2 Th. 3. 15 Vet count, .not as an enemy, liut admonish
Heb. i. 13 until I make thine enemies thy footstool
10. 13 expecting till his enemies be made his
Jas. 4. 4 a friend of the world is the enemy of
Rv. n. 5 fire proceedeth . . and devoureth their e.
n. 12 they ascended up. .and their enemies
10. Man, enemy, t%6p}>s av9pcatros echthms anthr.
Matt 13. 28 He said unto them. An enemy hath done
ENEMY, to be an
}
To be at enmity, 3!i< ayab.
Exod23. 22 then I will be an enemy unto thine ene.
ENFLAME selves, to
To become worm, enftamed, D~n chamam, 2.
Isa. 57. 5 Euflaming yourselves with idols under
ENGAGE, to
To pledge, 2~3l arab.
Jer. 30. 21 for who (is) this that engaged his heart
EN GAN -NIM, C J3 \*y. fountain ofgardens.
\ 1. A city in the lowlands of Judah between Zanoah and
Tappuah. Now called Genin.
Josh.is. 34 Zanoah, and E., Tappuah, and Enam
I
2. A city on the border of Issachar allotted to the
| Gershonites, now called Jenln, and surrounded with
orchards or gardens ; the spring is still the character
istic of the place. In i Ch. 6. 73, Anem is put for
Sngannim.
Josh 19. 21 Remeth, and E.-g., and En-haddah, and
21. 29 E.-g. with her suburbs ; four cities
EN GE -DI, "ia ^z fountain of Gad, or Kid.
A town on the W. shore of the Salt Sea, in the wilder
ness of Judah. Its original name was Iln;a; ii-Tamar
("pruning of the palm,") from the palm-groves around
it. Now called A in Jidy.
Josh. 15. 62 Nibshan, and the city of Salt, and E.
1 Sa. 23. 29 David, .dwelt in stronghnliN at
24. i Behold, David (is) in the wilderness of E
2 Ch.2o. 2 they (be) in Hazazon-tamar, which (is) E,
Song i. 14 cluster of camphire in. .vineyards of E.
Eze. 47. 10 the fishers shall stand upon it from E.
ENGINES
2 Ch. 26. 15 he made in Jerusalem engines, invented
1. Raftering ram, OP mechi.
Eze. 26. 9 he shall sot engines of war against thy
ENGRAFTED 301 ENQUIRE
ENGRAFTED
Implanted, HpQuros emphutos.
Jas. i. 21 receive with meekness the engrafted
ENGRAVE, to
l.To open up, nn^ patkach, 3.
Exo<l28. ii shalt thou engrave the two stones with
Zech. 3. 9 behold, I will engrave the graving there.
2. To strike, carve, or cut in, tvTviroia entupofj.
2 Co. 3. 7 if the ministration of death . . engraven
ENGRAVER
Opener up, engraver, carver, cnn charash.
ExodiS. ii With the work of an engraver in stone
35- 35 to work all manner of work of the eng.
38. 23 Aholiab. .an engraver, and a cunning wo.
ENGRAVING
A graving, carving, rnn? pittuach.
Exod28. n, 21, 36 (like) the engravings of a signet
39. 14, 30 (like) the engravings of a signet
EN HAD-DAH, rnn py swift fountain.
A city on the border of Issachar, near Engannim. Van
de Velde identifies it with Ain-haud on the W. side of
Carmel and about two miles from the sea.
Josh. 19. 21 Remeth, and En-gannim, and E.. and B.
EN HAK-KO -RE, lO.ijsri | y fountain of the crier.
The spring that burst forth in inswer to the "cry" of
Samson. The name is a pun on the word YIKRA (" he
called ") in verse 18. Leehi. "jaw," is the name of a place
as well as Maktesh, the "hollow place."
Judgi5. 19 wherefore he called the name thereof E.
EN HA -ZOR, Tixn
\"y fountain of the village.
A fenced city in Kaphtali, distinct from Razor, and
near Keclesh.
Josh 19. 37 And Kedesh, and Edrei, and E.
ENJOIN, to
1 . To charge, look after, iji? paqad.
Job. 36. 23 Who hath enjoined him his way? or who
Z.To raise up, cause to stand, mp qum, 3.
Esth. 9. 31 and Esther the queen had enjoined them
S.To enjoin on, dvrf\\ofj.ai entellomai.
Heb. 9. 20 the testament which God hath enjoined
i.To arrange over or about, fTrtrdffffoi epitasso.
I hm. 8 bold, .to enjoin thee that which is conv.
ENJOY, to
1. To becojm: (Mow/) to, } n;n, hayah h.
Deut 28. 41 thou shalt not enjoy them ; for they
2. To possess, en; yarash.
Jfum 36. 8 that the children of Israel may enjoy
Josh. i. 15 ye shall return unto the land, .and enjoy
3. To see, ntf~i raah.
Eccl. 2. Yl will prove thee with mirth; therefore e.
3. 13 that every man should, .enjoy the good
5. 18 and to enjoy the good of all his labour
4. To be pleased with, enjoy, nyj ratsah.
Lev. 26. 34 Then shall the land enjoy her sabbaths
26. 43 The land also . . shall enjoy her sabbaths
2 Ch-36. 21 until the land had enjoyed her sabbaths
5. To be pleased with, enjoy, nyn ratsah, 5.
Lev. 26. 34 then shall the land rest, and enjoy her
6. With a view to full enjoyment, els a.ir6\avffiv.
i Ti. 6. 17 God, whogiveth us richly all things to e.
7. To happen vpw. rv\ ^a.vii3 tugchinS.
Acts 24. 2 Seeing that by thee we enjoy great quie.
8. To have a full enjoyment, e^cu a.ir6\avffiv.
Heb. ii. 25 than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a
ENJOY long, to
To wear out, n ja- balah, S.
Isa. 65. 22 mine elect shall long enjoy the work of
ENJOY, to make
To cause to see or enjoy, .TSO raah, 5.
Eccl. 2. 34 he should make his soul enjoy good in
ENLARGE, to
l.To open, extend, entice, persuade, n$$ pathah, 5.
Gen. 9. 27 God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall
2. To make large, great, ny] rabah, 5.
1 Ch. 4. 10 Oh that thou wouldest. .enlarge my coast
3. To make broad, wide, 3rn rachab, 5.
Exod34. 24 For I will . . enlarge thy borders : neither
Deut 12. 20 When the LORD thy God shall enlarge
19. 8 if the LORD thy God enlarge thy coast
33. 20 he said, Blessed (be) he that enlargeth
2 Sa. 22. 37 Thou hast enlarged my steps under me
Psa. 4. i thou hast enlarged me.. in distress
18. 36 Thou hast enlarged my steps under me
119. 32 I will run. .when thou shalt enlarge my
Isa. s- 14 Therefore hell hath enlarged herself
54. 2 Enlarge the place of thy tent, and let
57. 8 thou hast enlarged thy bed, and made
Amos i. 13 ripped up . . that they might enlarge their
Hie. i. 16 enlarge thy baldness as the eagle ; for
Hab. 2. 5 a proud man . .who enlargeth his desire
4. To spread out, noy- shatach.
Job 12. 23 he enlargeth the nations, and straiteneth
5. To make great, /j.fya\vf(a megaluno.
Matt 23. 5 they . .enlarge the borders of their gar.
2 Co. io. 15 that we shall be enlarged by you accord.
6. To make broad, icide, irAoriW platuno.
2 Co. 6. ii our mouth is open, .our heart is enlarged
6. 13 for a recompence. .be ye also enlarged
ENLARGED, to be
To be enlarged, broad, wide, arn rachab.
i Sa. 2. i my mouth is enlarged over mine enemies
Isa 60. 5 thine heart shall fear, and be enlarged
ENLARGEMENT
Space, respite, rrn revach.
Esth. 4. 14 (then) shall there enlargement and deliv.
ENLARGING, (to be) an
To be enlarged, broad, wide, arn rachab.
Eze. 41. 7 And (there was) an enlarging and a wind.
ENLIGHTEN, to
1. To cause (to give) light, shine, IIK or, 5.
Psa. 19 8 commandment, .(is) pure, enlightening
97. 4 His lightnings enlightned the world
2. To cause to shine, enlighten, rn} nagah, 5.
Psa. 18. 28 LORD my God will enlighten my darkne.
3. To give light, tfxari^u photizo.
Eph. i. 18 The eyes of your understanding being en.
Heb. 6. 4 impossible for those who were once en.
ENLIGHTENED, to be
1. To be or become light, shining, IIK or.
i Sa. 14. 27 hand to his mouth ; and his eyes were en.
14. 29 see. .how mine eyes have been enlighten.
2. To become light, shining, "lix or, 2.
Job 33. 30 to be enlightened with the light of the
EN BUSH -PAT BpO \ ]l fountain ofjudgment.
A place called Kadesh in the wilderness of Paran (not
in Zin).
Gen. 14. 7 they returned, and came to E., which(is)
ENMITY
\.Enmity, na N ebah.
Gen. 3. 15 I will put enmity between thee and the
Nuni35. 21 Or in enmity smite him with his hand
35. 22 if he thrust him suddenly without enmity
2. Enmity, x0pa echthra.
Luke23_ 12 for before they were at enmity between
Rom. 8. 7 Because the carnal mind (is) enmity
Eph. 2. 15 Having abolished in his flesh the enmity
2. 16 the cross, having slain the enmity thereby
Jas. 4. 4 friendship of the world is enmity with G.
E -NOCH, HE -NOCH, Tfurr, Evux tuition, teacher.
l.Eldest son of Cain. B.C. 3875.
Gen. 4. 17 she conceived, and bare E. : and he buil.
4. 18 unto E. was born Irad : and Irad begat
2. A city built by Cain and called after his son s name.
Gen. 4. 17 builded a city, and called the name. .E.
3. A son of Jared a descendent of Seth. B.C. 3382-3017
Gen. 5. 18 hundred sixty and two. .and he begat E.
5. 19 Jared lived after he begat E. eight hund.
5. 21 And E. lived sixty and five years
5. 22 E. walked with God. .three hundredv.24.
5. 23 the days of E. were three hundred sixty
1 Ch. i. 3 Henoch, Methuselah, Lamech
Luke 3. 37 Mathusala, which was (the son) of E.
Heb. ii. s By faith E. was translated that he should
Jude 14 And E. also, the seventh from Adam, pro
ENOS, enjg. Eras mortal.
Son of Seth and grandson of Adam. B C. 3769-2864.
Gen. 4. 26 And to Seth. and he called his name E.
5. 6 an hundred and five years, and begat E.
5. 7 And Seth lived after he begat E. eight
5. 9 E. lived ninty years, and begat Cainan
5. io E. lived after lie begat Cainan eight hun.
5. ii the days of E. were nine hundred and
t Ch. i. i Adam, Sheth, Enosh.
Luke 3. 38 Which was (the son) of E. . .(the son) of S.
ENOUGH
I. Sufficiency, "i dai.
Prov27. 27 And. goats milk enough for thy food, for
Nan. 2.12 The lion did tear in pieces enough for his
Mai. 3. io that (there shall) not (be room) enough
2.7*0 draw (up) water, nVj dalah.
Exod. 2. 19 An Egyptian, .drew, .enough for us, and
3. Wealth, substance, sufficiency, fin hon.
Prov 30. 15 (yea), four (things) say not, (It is) enough
30. 16 and the fire (that) saith not, (It is) enough
4.. All, ?:> kol.
Gen. 33. ii God hath dealt graciously . . and . . I have e.
5. Abundant, much, TI rob.
Gen. 24. 25 We have both straw and provender eno.
33. 9 I have enough., my brother ; keep that
45. 28 (It is) enough ; Joseph my son (is) yet
Exod. 9. 28 Entreat the LORD for (it is) enough
2 Sa. 24. 16 It is enough ; stay now thine hand
i Ki.ig. 4 It is enough ; now, OLORD, take away my
i Ch.2i. 15 said to the angel. .It is enough, stay now
6. Satiety, fulness, nya^ sobah.
Isa. 56. ii greedy dogs (which) can never have eno.
7. On two hands, i; yad.
Gen. 34. 21 behold, (it is) large enough for them
8. Sufficient, enough, apxt-rds arketos.
Mattio. 25 It is enough for the disciple that he be
d. Enough, sufficient, IKO.VOS /tikanos.
Luke22. 38 And he said unto them, It is enough
ENOUGH, to be
l.To be found, met, come upon, Kyy matsa, 2.
Josh. 17. 16 The hill is not enough for us : and all the
2.7V) be enough, apxtw arkeo.
Mattss- 9 lest there be not enough for us and you
ENOUGH, to have
I. Sufficiency, "^ dai.
Jer. 49. 9 they will destroy till they have enough
Obad. 5 would they not have . . till they had eno.
2. To be satisfied, satiated, yyf saba.
2 Ch.3i. io we have had enough to eat, and have left
Prov 28. 19 he that followeth. .shall have poverty en.
Hos. 4. io For they shall eat, and not have enough
3. Satiety, fulness, nyly snbah.
Hag. i . 6 ye eat, but ye have not enough ; ye drink
ENOUGH and to spare, have
Abound, irfpiafffviii perisseuo,
Luke 15. 17 How many . .have bread enough and to
ENOUGH, it is
To hold off, dire
^a> apecho.
Marki4. 41 take. .rest: it is enough, the hour is come
ENOUGH, more than
Sufficiency, ^ dai.
Exod36. s The people bring much more than enough
ENQUIRE, (for), to
l.To enquire, nya baah.
Isa. 21. 12 if ye will enquire, enquire ye : return
1. To seek, enquire, 1(35 baqar, 3.
2 Ki. 16. 15 the brasen altar shall be for me to enqul.
Psa. 27. 4 behold the beauty of the LORD, and to e.
3. To seek, enquire, np3 beqar, 3.
Ezra 7. 14 of his seven counsellors, to enquire cone.
4. To seek, enquire, require, request, trpj baqash, 6.
2 Sa. 21. i year after year; and David enquired of
Job io. 6 That thou enquirest after mine iniquity
Dan. i. 20 that the king enquired of them, he found
5. To seek, enquire, require, eni darash.
Gen. 25. 22 And she went to enquire of the LORD
ExodiS. 15 Because the people come unto me to en.
Deuti2. 30 Take heed, .that thou enquire not after
13. 14 Then shalt thou enquire, and make search
17. 4 thou hast heard (of it), and enquired dil.
17. 9 thou shalt come unto the priest, .and en.
Judg. 6. 29 when they enquired and asked, they said
1 Sa. 9. 9 when a man went to enquire of God
28. 7 that I may go to her, and enquire of her
2 Sa. ii. 3 David sent and enquired after the worn,
i Ki. 22. 5 Enquire, I pray thee, at the word of the
22. 7 not here a prophet, .that we might enqu.
22. 8 by whom we may enquire of the LORD
a Ki. i. 2, 3, 6, 16 enquire of Baal-zebub the god of
i. 16 no God in Israel to enquire of his word
3. ii not here a prophet, .that we may enquire
8. 8 meet the man of God, and enquire of
22. 13 Go ye, enquire of the LORD for me, and
22. 18 the king of .ludah, which sent you to en.
1 Ch.io. 13 of (one that had) a familiar spirit, toenq.
io. 14 And enquired not of the LORD : therefore
13. 3 we enquired not at it in the days of Saul
21. 30 David could not go before it to enquire
2 Ch.iS. 4 Enquire, I pray thee, at the word of the
18. 6 not here a prophet . . that we might enqu.
18. 7 by whom we may enquire of the LORD
32. 31 who sent unto him to enquire of the wo.
34. 21 Go, enquire of the LORD for me, and
34. 26 who sent you to enquire of the LORD
Jer. 21. 2 Enquire, I pray thee, of the LORD for us
37. 7 : Eze. 14. 7, 20. i, 20. 3 ; Zeph. i. 6.
6. To ask, demand, beg, desire, hi<y shaal.
Gen. 24. 57 We will call the damsel, and enquire at
Judg. 4. 20 when any man doth come and enquire
8. 14 And caught a young man. .and enquired
20. 27 the children of Israel enquired of the
1 Sa. io. 22 Therefore they enquired of the LORD
17. 56 Enquire thou whose son the stripling (is)
22. io And he enquired of the LORD for him
22. 13 that thou hast, .enquired of God for him
22. 15 Did I then begin to enquire of God for
23. 2 David enquired of the LORD, saying, Shall
23. 4 David enquired of the LORI> yet again
28. 6 when Saul enquired of the LORD, the
30. 8 David enquired at the LORD, saying
2 Sa. 2. i that David enquired of the LORD, saying
5. 19 David enquired of the LORD, saying, Shall
5. 23 when David enquired of the LORD, he
16. 23 as if a man had enquired at the oracle of
i Ch.i4. io David enquired of God, saying, Shall I go
14. 14 Therefore David enquired again of God
18. io to enquire of his welfare, and to congra.
Job 8. 8 For enquire, I pray thee, of the former
Ecel. 7. io thou dost not enquire wisely concerning
7. To know thoroughly, Siaytvwa-Ku diaginosko.
Acts 23. 15 as though ye would enquire something
8. To seek after, tirt^ijrfta epizeteo.
Acts 19. 39 But if ye enquire any thing concerning
9. To search out, 4fTacii exetazo.
Matt. io. ii enquire who in it is worthy ; and there
ENQUIRE
10. To seek, farica zeteo.
Johm6. 19 Do ye enquire among yourselves cf that
Acts 9. 1 1 enquire in the house of Judas for (one)
11.7*0 ask, enquire, irvvOa.voij.ai. punthanomai.
John 4. 52 Then enquired he of them the hour when
Acts 23. 20 as though they would enquire somewhat
12.2*0 seek together, vvfyrtu suzeteo.
Lukez2. 23 they began to enquire among themselves
ENQUIRE or search diligently, to
1. To enquire exactly, aKptfiota akribod.
Matt. 2. 7 Then Herod . . enquired of them diligently
2. 1 6 which he had diligently enquired of the
2.7V) seek out, ^KIJTO> ekzeteo.
i Pe. i. 10 prophets have enquired and searched di.
ENQUIRE early, to
To seek early, ~np shachar, 3.
1 sa. 78. 34 they returned and enquired early after
ENQUIRED of, to be -
To be sought, eni darash, 2.
Eze. 14. 3 should I be enquired of at all by them ?
20 3 (As) I live . . I will not be enquired of by
20. 31 shall I be enquired of by you, O house of
36. 37 I will yet (for) this be enquired of by the
ENQUIRY (for), to make
1.7*0 seek, enquire, ">p3 baqar, 3.
Prov2o. 25 holy, and after vows to make enquiry
2. 7*0 ask or enquire thoroughly, Sifpuiraco dierotao.
Acts 10. 17 the men which were sent, .made enq. for
ENRICH, to
1.7*0 enrich, ~apy ashar, 5.
i Sa. 17. 25 the king will enrich him with great riches
Psa. 65. 9 thou greatly enrichest it with the river
Eze. 27. 33 thou didst enrich the kings of the earth
2.7*0 make rich, ir\ovTica ploutizo.
1 Co. i. 5 That in every thing ye are enriched by
2 Co. 9 ii Being enriched in everything to all
EN RIM -MON, pa-i pa fountain of Rimmon.
A city of Judah, the same as Ain and Rimmon (Josh.
15. 32), Ain, Remmon (19. 7 : and see i Ch, 4, 32).
Neh. ii. 29 at E., and at Zareah, and at Jarnmth
EN RO -GEL, Vri py the fullers s fountain.
A fountain near Jerusalem on the boundary line
between Judah and Benjamin. It was the point next
to Jerusalem and at a lower level. Its modern name
is Ain- V mined- Daraj, "fountain of the virgin."
Josh 15. 7 and the goings out thereof were at E.-r.
18. 16 And the border, .descended to E.-r.
2 Sa. 17. 17 Jonathan and Ahimaaz stayed by E.-r.
iKi. i. 9 the stone of Zoheleth, which (is) by E.-r.
ENSAMPLE
1.A type, TVTTOS tupos.
i Co. 10. ii things happened unto them [for ensam.l
Phil. 3. 17 which walk so as ye have us for an ensa.
1 Th. i. 7 So that ye were ensamples to all that
2 Th. 3. 9 to make ourselves an ensample unto you
t Pe. 5. 3 Neither as being lords, .but being ensam.
2. A wider or secret sign, vir6Sfiyfj.a hupodeigma.
2 Pe. 2. 6 an ensample unto those that after should
EN SHE -MESH, irt? ] % fountain of the sun.
A spring forming one of the landmarks between the
tribe of Judah and Benjamin, at the E. of Jerusalem
and theMountrof Olives. Now called A in Hand, about
a mile from Bethany, the first halting-place on the road
to Jericho.
Josh. 15. 7 border passed toward the waters of E.
18. 17 drawn from the north, and went forth to E.
ENSIGN
\.Kign, ensign, token, signal, nix oth.
Num. 2. 2 with the ensign of their father s house
Psa. 74. 4 Thine enemies, .set up their ensigns (for)
%.$ign, ensign, banner, sail, Dl nes.
Isa. 5. 26 he will lift up an ensign to the nations
it. 10 which shall stand for an ensign of the
n. 12 he shall set up an ensign for the nations
18. 3 see ye, when he lifteth up an ensign on the
30. 17 till ye be left, .as an ensign on an hill
31. 9 his princes shall be afraid of the ensign
ENSIGN, to lift up as an
7*o lift self up, display self, Dp} nasas, la.
Zech. 9. 16 lifted up as an ensign upon his land
ENSNARED, to be
Snare, j3iD inoqesh.
Job 34. 30 reign not, lest the people be ensnared
ENSUE, to
7*o cause to flee, pursue, SIWKCO dioko.
1 Pe. 3. 1 1 let him seek peace, and ensue it
ENTANGLE, to
To entrap, ensnare, traytStvu pagideuo.
Matt 22. 15 took counsel how they might entangle
ENTANGLE in, to
7*o entangle (self) in, ^uirXt/coj empleko.
2 Pe 2. 20 For if . .they are again entangled therein
ENTANGLE one s self with, to
To entangle (self) in, t/j.ir\ticu> empleko.
2 Ti. 2. 4 No man that warreth entaugleth himself
302
ENTANGLED with, to be
1 . 7*o be perplexed, entangled, 7pa buk, 2.
Kxi >d 1 4 . 3 They (are) entangled in the land, the wild.
2.7*0 hold in, ivtxw enecho.
Gal. 5. i be not entangled again with the yoke of
EN TAP-PU -AH, nsn py fountain of Tappuah.
The boundary of Manasseh went from facing Shechem
"to the inhabitants of En-tappuah." Probably iden
tical with Tappuah, but not to be confounded with
Beth-tappuah in the mountains of Judah.
Josh. 17. 7 the right hand unto the inhabitants of E.
ENTER, to
1 . 7*o go in, enter, xia 60.
Gen. 7. 13 In the selfsame day entered Noah, and
19. 3 and they turned in unto him, and entered
19. 23 The sun was risen, .when Lot entered
31. 33 Then went he out. .and entered into R.
43. 30 he entered into (his) chamber, and wept
Exod33. 9 as Moses entered into the tabernacle
40. 35 Moses was not able to enter into the tent
Num 4. 3 all that enter into the host, to do the
4- 3> 35> 39> 43 every one that entereth into
5 24, 27 the water that causeth the curse s. e.
20. 24 he shall not enter into the land which
Deut23. i, 2, 3 shall not enter into the congregation
23. 2 to his tenth generation shall he not enter
23. 3 their tenth generation shall they not en.
23. 8 children that are begotten ofthem shall e
Josh. 2. 3 Bring forth the men. .which are entered
8. 19 they entered into the city, and took it
10. 19 suffer them not to enter into their cities
10. 20 the rest (which) remained of them enter
Judg. 6. 5 they entered into the land to destroy it
9. 46 they entered into an hold of the house
18. 9 be not slothful to go. .to enter to possess
2 Sa. 10. 14 the children of A mmon. .entered into the
1 Ki. 14. 12 when thy feet enter into the city, the
22. 30 I will disguise myself, and enter into the
2 Ki. 7. 4 If we say, We will enter into the city
7. 8 they . . came again and entered
19. 23 I will enter into the lodgings of his bord
1 Ch.ig. 15 they likewise fled, .and entered into the
2 Ch. 7. 2 the priests could not enter into the house
12. ii when the king entered into the house of
15.. 12 they entered into a covenant to seek the
27. 2 he entered not into the temple of the L.
30. 8 enter into his sanctuary, which he hath
31. 16 unto every one that entereth into the
32. i Sennacherib . . entered into Judah, and
Neh. 2. 8 and for the house that I shall enter into
2. 15 Then went I up. .and entered by the gate
10. 29 They clave to their brethren . . and entered
Esth. 4. 2 none (might) enter into the king s gate
Job 22. 4 will he enter with thee into judgment?
38. 16 Hast thou entered into the springs of the
38. 22 Hast thou entered into the treasures of
Psa. 37. 15 Their sword shall enter into their own
45. 15 they shall enter into the king s palace
95. ii that they should not enter into my rest
loo. 4 Enter into his gates with thanksgiving
1 18. 20 gate . .into which the righteous shall enter
143. 2 enter not into judgment with thy servant
Prov. 2. 10 When wisdom entereth into thine heart
4. 14 Enter not into the path of the wicked
18. 6 A fool s lips enter into contention, and
23. 10 enter not into the fields of the fatherless
Isa. 2. 10 Enter into the rock, and hide thee in the
3. 14 The LORD will enter into judgment with
26. 20 Come, my people, enter thou into thy
37. 24 I will enter into the height of his border
57. 2 He shall enter into peace : they shall rest
59. 14 truth is fallen, .and equity cannot enter
Jer. 2. 7 but when ye entered, ye defiled my land
7. 2 that enter in at these gates to worship
8. 14 and let us enter into the defenced cities
9. 21 For death, .is entered into our palaces
14. 1 8 if I enter into the city, then behold them
16. s Enter not into the house of mourning
17. 25 Then shall there enter into the gates of
21. 13 or who shall enter into our habitations?
34. 10 which had entered into the covenant
37. 16 When Jeremiah was entered into the du.
41. 17 they departed . .to go to enter into Egypt
Lam. 1. 10 she hath seen, .the heathen entered into
i. 10 they should not enter into thy congrega.
4. 12 the enemy should have entered into the
Eze. 2. 2 the spiritentered into me when he spake
3. 24 the spirit entered into me, and set me
7. 22 the robbers shall enter into it, and defile
13. 9 neither shall they enter into the land of
16. 81 sware unto thee, and entered into a cov.
20. 38 they shall not enter into the land of Isr.
26. 10 when he shall enter into thy gates, as
36. 20 when they entered unto the heathen
41. 6 they entered into the wall which (was) of
44. 3 he shall enter by the way of the porch
44. 9 Nostranger. .shall enter into mysanctua
44. 16 They shall enter into my sanctuary
44. 21 when they enter into the inner court
46. 2 the prince shall enter by the way of the
46. 8 And when the prince shall enter, he shall
46. 9 he that entereth by the way of the south
Dan. ii. 7 and shall enter into the fortress of the
ii. 17 He shall also set his face to enter with
ii. 24 He shall enter peaceably even upon the
ii. 40 and he shall enter into the countries
ii. 41 He shall enter also into the glorious land
Hos. ii. 9 I (am) God.. I will not enter into the city
Amos <- & But seek not Beth-el,nor enter into Gilgal
ENTER
Obad. 13 Thou shouldest not have entered into the
Jon/ 3. 4 Jonah began to enter into the city a clay s
Hab. 3. 1 6 rottenness entered into my bones, and
Zech. 5. 4 it shall enter into the house of the thief
2. To go on, proceed, T|Sn halak.
Job 34. 23 he should enter into judgment with God
3. 7*o come down, nn} nachath.
Prov. 17. 10 A reproof entereth more into a wise man
4. 7*o go or pass over, ~Qy abar.
Deut29- I2 That thou shouldest enter into covenant
5. 7*o go up into, avafiaivu anabainfi.
John2i. 3 They went forth, and fentered] into a ship
i Co. 2. 9 neither have entered into the heart of m.
6.7*0 come or go into, eiWpxoM eiserchomai.
Matt. 5. 20 ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom
6. 6 when thou prayest, enter into thy closet
7. 21 Not every one. .shall enter into the king.
8. 5 when Jesus was entered into Capernaum
10. 5 into (any) city of the Samaritans enter ye
jo. ii into whatsoever city or town ye shall en.
12. 4 How he entered into the house of God
11. 29 how can one enter into a strongman s
18. 3 ye shall not enter into the kingdom of
18. 8, 9 it is better for thee to enter into life
19. 17 if thou wilt enter into life keep the com.
19. 23 a rich man shall hardly enter into the
19. 24 than for a rich man [to enter] into the
23. 13 neither suffer ye them that are entering
24. 38 until the day that Noe entered into the
25. 21, 23 enter thou into the joy of thy lord
26. 41 pray, that ye enter not into temptation
Mark 1.21 [entered] into the synagogue, and taught
1. 45 Jesus could no more openly enter into
2. i again he entered into Capernaum after
3. i And he entered again into the synagogue
3. 27 No man can enter into a strong man s
5. 12 Send us into the swine, that we may enter
5. 13 the unclean spirits went out, and entered
6. 10 In what place soever } e enter into an ho.
7. 17 when he was entered into the house from
7. 24 from thence he arose, .and entered into
9. 25 come out of him, and enter no more into
9. 43, 45, 47 it is better for tl:c-e to enter, .into
10. 15 as a little child, he shall not enter therein
10. 23 hardly shall they that have riches enter
10. 24 for them that trust in riches to enter into
10. 25 than for a rich man to enter into the kin.
11. ii Jesus entered into Jerusalem, and into
13. 15 neither enter, .to take anything out of
14. 38 pray, lest ye [enter] into temptation
16. 5 and [enteringjmto the sepulchre, they saw
Luke i. 40 And entered into the house of Xacharias
4. 38 he arose outof the synagogue, and entered
6. 6 he entered into the synagogue and taught
7. i when he had ended . . he entered into Cap.
7. 6 I am not worthy that thou shouldest enter
7.44 I entered into thine house, thou gavest me
8. 30 Oecause many devils were entered into
8. 32 that he would suffer them to euter into
8. 33 Then went the devils out. .and entered
9. 4 whatsoever house ye enter into, there ah.
9. 34 they feared as they entered into the cloud
9. 52 and entered into a village of the Saniar.
10. 5 into whatsoever house ye enter, first
10. 8, 10 into whatsoever city ye enter, andthejf
jo. 38 that he entered into a certain village
17. 12 as he entered into a certain village, there
17. 27 until the day that Noe entered into the
18. 17 as a little child shall in no wise enter
18. 24 hardly shall they that have riches [enter]
18. 25 than for a rich man to enter into the kin.
19. i And (Jesus) entered and passed through
21. 21 let not them, .in the countries enter the.
22. 3 Then entered Satan into Judas surnamed
22. 10 when ye are entered into the city
22. 40 Pray that ye enter not into temptation
22. 46 rise and pray, lest ye enter into temptat.
24. 26 Oughtnot Christ, .to enter into his glory?
John 3. 4 can he enter the second time into his mo.
3. 5 he cannot enter into the kingdom of God
4. 38 other men laboured, and ye are entered
10. t He that entereth not by the door into the
13. 27 And after the sop Satan entered into him
18. i a garden, into the which he entered, and
18. 33 Then Pilate entered into the judgment
Acts 3. 8 And he . . entered with them into the tern.
5. 21 when they heard (that), they entered into
9. 17 Ananias went his way, and entered into
10. 24 the morrow after they entered into
11. 8 nothing, .unclean hath at anytime enter.
ii. 12 and we entered into the man s house
14. 22 we must through much tribulation enter
16. 40 they went out of the prison, and entered
18. IQ but he himself entered into the synagogue
21. 8 we entered into the house of Philip the
23. 16 he went and entered into the castle, and
25. 23 and was entered into the place of hearing
Rom. 5. 12 as by one man sin entered into the world
Heb. 3. ii Isware. .They shall not enter into my rest
3. 18 that they should not enter into his rest
4. i a promise being left (us) of entering into
4. 3 For we which have believed do enter into
4. 3, 5 if they shall enter into my rest
4. 6 Seeing. . .remaineth that some must ent.
4. 10 For he that is entered into his rest
4. ii Let us labour therefore to enter into that
6. 19 which entereth into that within the veil
6. 20 Whither the forerunner is for us entered
g. 24 For Christ is not entered into the 10. 19
ENTER 303 ENVYING
Heb. g. 25 as the high priest entereth into the holy
Jas. 5. 4 cries of them which have reaped are en.
2 Jo. 7 many deceivers [are entered] into the wo.
Rev. ii. ii the Spirit of life from God entered into
15. 8 no man was able to enter into the temple
21. 27 there shall in no wise enter into it any
7. To pass over into, eiViroptvo/xeu eisporeuomai.
Mark 6. 56 whithersoever he entered, .they laid the
7. 15 There is nothing, .entering into v. 18. 10.
ii. 2 as soon as ye be entered into it, ye shall
Lukeig. 30 at your entering ye shall ttnd a colt tied
Acts 3. 2 to ask alms of them that entered into the
8. To (jo into, ln&aivto embainS.
Matt 8. 23 when he was entered into a ship, his dis.
9. i And he entered into a ship, and passed
Mark 4. i he entered into a ship, and sat in the sea
8. 10 he entered into a ship with his disciples
8. 13 and, entering into the ship again, departed
Luke 5. 3 And he entered into one of the ships
John 6. 17 And entered into a ship, and went over
6. 22 [that one whereinto his disciples were en.]
9. To go into, cftrei^t eiseimi.
Acts 21. 26 Paul, .the next day. .entered into the
10. Way in, ttffotios eisodos.
Heb to. 19 Having, .boldness to enter into the hoi.
II. To go or come, %pxofj.at erchomai.
Mark t . 29 they entered into the house of Simon and
Acts 18. 7 he departed thence, and [entered] into a
12. To come into sideways, irapf iffepxonai pareis.
Rom. 5. 20 the law entered, that the offence might
ENTER, to cause to
To cause to go or come in, xia bo, 5.
Eze. 37. 5 I will cause breath to enter into you
Lam. 3. 13 He hath caused the arrows, .to enter into
ENTER in, to
1.7*0 go or come in, xia bo.
Num. 4. 23 all that enter in to perform the service
2 Ki. 9. 31 as Jehu entered in at the gate, she said
11. 5 A third part of you that enter in on the
2 Ch.23. 19 none . .unclean in any thing should en. in
Jer. 17. 20 all the inhabitants, .that enter in by
22. 2 and thy people that enter in by these
22. 4 then shall there enter in by the gates of
Eze. 44. 2 This gate., no man shall enter in by it
44. 17 when they enter in at the gates of the
46. 9 he that entereth in by the way of the
Joel 2. 9 they shall enter in at the windows like a
2. To go or come into, tlfffpxo^ai eiserchomai.
Matt. 7. 13 Enter ye in at the strait gate : for wide
12. 45 they enter in and dwell there : and the
luken 26 [they enter in,] and dwell there: and the
ii. 52 lawyers, .ye enter not in yourselves
ii. 52 them that were entering in ye hindered
13. 24 Strive to enter in at the strait gate
13. 24 will seek to enter in, and shall not be
24. 3 they entered in, and found not the body
John 10. 2 But he that entereth in by the door is
10. 9 I am the door: by me if any man enter in
Acts 19. 30 when Paul would have entered in unto
20. 29 shall grievous wolves enter in among you
28. 8 to whom Paul entered in, and prayed
Heb. 3. 19 So we see that they could not enter in
4. 6 they, .entered not in because of unbelief
9. 12 he entered in once into the holy place
Kev. 22. 14 and may enter in through the gates into
, >. To pass over into, flffiropfvo/^ai eisporeuomai.
Mattis. 17 whatsoever entereth in at the mouth
Mark 4. 19 the lusts of other things entering in
5. 40 and entereth in where the damsel was
Luke 8. 16 that they which enter in may see the light
22. 10 into the house where he entereth in
ENTER into or therein, to
I. To go or come in, xia bo.
Gen. i2. ii when he was come near to enter into E.
Jer. 42. 15 If ye wholly set your faces to enter into
42. 18 when ye shall enter into Egypt, .ye shall
Eze. 42. 12 toward the east, as one entereth into
42. 14 When the priests enter therein, then shall
Obad. ii foreigners entered into his gates, and
2.7V) go up on, eiri&a.iv(a epibaino.
Acts 27. 2 entering into a ship of Adramyttium
3. To pass over into, fltriroptvofj.ai eisporeuomai.
Acts 8. 3 made havoc of the church, entering into
ENTER into, as men
Going in, entrance, N13D mabo.
Eze. 26. 10 as men enter into a city wherein is made
ENTERING
1 . Going in, entrance, xiaa mabo.
2 Ch 23. 15 when she was come to the entering of
2. Opening, nn pethach.
Josh. 8. 29 cast it at the entering of the gate of the
20. 4 shall stand at the entering of the gate
Judg. 9. 35 Gaal. .stood in the entering of the gate
9. 40 chased him . . unto the entering of the
9. 44 stood in the entering of the gate of the
18. 16 of the children of Dan, stood by the ent.
1 8. 17 the priest stood in the entering of the
2 Sa. ii. 23 we were upon them even unto the enter,
i Ki. 6. 31 for the entering of the oracle he made
Jer. i. 15 the entering of the gates of Jerusalem
ENTERING in
1.7*o go or come in, xia bo.
Judg. 3. 3 from . . Baal-hermon unto the entering in
1 Ki. [S. 65 from the entering in of Hamath unto the
2 Ki. 23. ii at the entering in of the house of the L.
1 Ch. 5. 9 he inhabited unto the entering in of the
2 Ch. 7. 8 from the entering in of Hamath unto the
26. 8 his name spread, .to the entering in of
33. 14 even to the entering in at the flsh gate
Isa. 23. i so that there is no house, no entering in
Jer. 17. 27 even entering in at the gates of Jerusa.
Amos 6. 14 they shall afflict you from the entering in
1. Entrance, xnip mabo.
2 Ch.23. 3 stood at his pillar at the entering in
Eze. 44. 5 mark well the entering in of the house
3. Opening, nn^ pethach.
Exod35. 15 door at the entering in of the tabernacle
2 Sa. 10. 8 in array at the entering in of the gate
1 Ki. 19. 13 and stood in the entering in of the cave
2 Ki. 7. 3 were four leprous men at the entering in
10. 8 Lay ye . .in two heaps at the entering in
23. 8 the gates that (were) in the entering in
2 Ch.iS. 9 at the entering in of the gate of Samaria
4. Wai/ in, efrroSos eisodos.
1 Th. i. 9 what manner of entering in we had unto
ENTERING into
To go or come in, xia bo.
Josh. 1 3. 5 mount Hermon unto the entering into
ENTERPRISE
Substance, wisdom, nj^in tushiyyah.
Job 5. 12 their hands cannot perform (their) enter.
ENTERTAIN, to
7*o receive strangers, tvifa xenizo.
Heb. 13. 2 thereby some have entertained angels
ENTICE, to
1.7*0 move, persuade, WD suth, 5.^
Deut 13. 6 If thy brother . .entice thee secretly, say.
2. 7*o entice, persuade, nps pathah, 3.
Exod22. 16 if a man entice a maid that is not betro.
Judg 14 15 Entice thy husband, that he may declare
16. 5 Entice him, and see wherein his great
2 Ch.iS. 19 Who shall entice Ahab king of Israel
18. 20 a spirit, .stood, .and said, I will entice
1 8. 21 Thou shalt entice (him), and thou shalt
Prov. i. 10 My son, if sinners entice thee, consent
16. 29 A violent man enticeth his neighbour
3. To bait or entice, 8eA.eao> deleazo.
Jas i. 14 is drawn away of his own lust, and entic.
ENTICED, to be
1.7*0 be enticed, persuaded, n$$ pathah.
Job 31. 27 And my heart hath been secretly enticed
2.7*0 be enticed, nn^ pathah, 4.
Jer. 20. 10 he will be enticed, and we shall prevail
ENTICING
Persuasive, ireiQ6s peithos.
i Co. 2. 4 not with enticing words of man s wisdom
ENTICING words
Persuasive speech, iriOavoKoyia pithanologia.
Col. 2. 4 man should beguile you with enticing wor.
ENTIRE
Whole in every part, 6\($K\ripos holokleros.
Jas. i. 4 that ye may be perfect and entire want
ENTRANCE
I. Entrance, strength, pn K ithon.
Eze. 40. 15 from the face of the gate of the entrance
2. To go in, xia bo.
Num34. 8 point out. .unto the entrance of Hamath
i Ki.i8. 46 ran before Ahab to the entrance of Jezr.
3. Entrance, X QO mabo.
i Ch. 4. 39 they went to the entrance of Gedor, (even)
4. Opening, rtrs pethach.
1 Ki.22. 10 in a void place in the entrance of the gate
2 Ch.i2. 10 the guard, that kept the entrance of the
Mic. 5. 6 the land of Nirnrod in the entrances
^.Opening, nng pethach.
Psa.ng. 130 The entrance of thy words giveth light
6. Way in, efrroSos eisodos.
2 Pe. i. ii For so an entrance shall be ministered
ENTRANCE in
Way in, tfooSos eisodos.
i Th. 2. i For yourselves, .know our entrance in
ENTRANCE into
Going in, entrance, xiao mabo.
Judg. i. 24 Show us, we pray thee, the entrance into
i. 25 when he showed them the entrance into
ENTREAT, to
1.7*0 meet, come upon, yi$paga.
Gen. 23. 8 entreat forme to Ephron the son of Zohar
2.7*o ask, desire, tpund<a erotao.
Phil. 4. 3 And I entreat thee also, true yokefellow
3. To ask (a thing) away, irapatreofjiai paraiteomai.
Heb. 12. 19 they that heard entreated that the word
4. 7*o call alongside of one, irapaKaXtw parakaleu.
. 28 therefore came his father out, and entre.
i Co. 4. 13 Being defamed, we entreat : we are made
i Ti. 5. i Rebuke not an elder, but entreat (him)
5.7*o use, xpdofj.a.1 chraomai.
Acts 27. 3 And Julius courteously entreated Paul
ENTREAT, to cause to
7*o cause to meet, yi$ paga, 5.
Jer. 15. nl will cause the enemy to entreat thee
ENTREAT, shamefully
Luke 2O. 1 1 (oTi^efCw dishonour).
1 Thes. 2. 2 (vfipifa art insolently towards).
ENTREATED, easy to be
Easily persuaded, tvirtiO-fis eupeithes.
Jas. 3. 17 then peaceable, gentle, (and) easy to be e.
ENTREATY
,4 calling alongside for help, irapa/cA.7j(m parakle.
2 Co. 8. 4 Praying us with much entreaty that we
ENTRY
I. Going in, entrance, nxa biah.
Eze. 8. 5 behold . .this image of jealousy in the en
2. Entrance, xisp mabo [v. L. xia bo, 5, partic. ].
Eze. 42. 9 from under these chambers (was) the en.
S.Going in, ^entrance, XUD mabo.
2 Ki. 16.18 the king s entry without, turned he from
1 Ch. 9. 19 their fathers . .(were) keepers of the entry
Jer. 38. 14 the third entry that (is) in the house of
Eze. 27. 3 O thou that art situate at the entry of the
46. 19 After he brought me through the entry
4. Mouth, n peh.
Prov. 8. 3 She crieth at the gates, at the entry of
v. Opening, nns pethach.
2 Ch. 4. 22 the entry of the house, the inner doors
Jer. 19. 2 which (is) by the entry of the east gate
26. 10 sat down in the entry of the new gate of
36. 10, 43. 9 ; Eze. 40. ii. 40. 38, 40. 40.
ENVIED
Zeal, envy, nip qinah.
Eccl. 4. 4 that for this a man is envied of his neigh.
ENVIOUS, to be
7b be zealous, jealous, envious, X} qana, 3.
Psa. 37. i neither be thou envious against the wor.
73. 3 For I was envious at the foolish, (when) I
Prov 24. i Be not thou envious against evil men
24. 19 neither be thou envious at the wicked
ENVIRON, to
To be, go, turn round about, 239 sabab, 2.
Josh. 7. 9 shall hear (of it), and shall environ us
ENVY
I. Zeal, jealousy, envy, nwp qinah.
Job 5. 2 wrath killeth the foolish man, and envy
Prov 14. 30 but envy the rottenness of the bones
27. 4 but who (is) able to stand before envy ?
Eccl. 9. 6 their hatred, and their envy, is now peris.
Isa. ii. 13 The envy also of Ephraim shall depart
76. ii shall see, and be ashamed for (their) en.
Eze. 35. ii according to thine envy, which thou hast
2 .Zeal, envy, jealousy, n\os zelos.
Acts 13. 45 they were filled with envy, and spake
3.Envy, jealousy, tyQovos phthonos.
Matt27. 18 he knew that for envy they had delivered
Markis. TO the chief priests had delivered him fore.
Rom. i. 29 full of envy, murder, debate, deceit
Phil. i. 15 Some indeed preach Christ even of envy
i Ti. 6. 4 whereof comethenvy, strife, railings, evil
Titus 3. 3 living in malice and envy, hateful
Jas. 4. 5 spirit that dwelleth in us lusteth to envy?
i Pe. 2. i Wherefore, laying aside all. .envies, and
ENVY, to
1.7*0 be zealous, jealous, envious, Kft qana, 3.
Gen. 26. 14 servants : and the Philistines envied him
30. i she bare Jacob no children, Rachel envied
37. ii his brethren envied him; but his father
Xunin. 29 Moses said . . Enviest thou for my sake?
Psa. 106. 16 They envied Moses also in the camp, (and)
Prov. 3. 31 Envy thou not the oppressor, and choose
23! 17 Let not thine heart envy sinners : but
Isa. n! 13 Ephraim shall not envy.fudah, and Jiidah
Eze. 31! 9 the trees, .in the garden of God, envied
2. 7*o be zealous, i)\6ca zeloii.
i Co. 13. 4 charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not
3. 7*o be envious, Qdovtw phthoneo.
Gal. 5. 26 provoking one another, envying one ano.
ENVY, to be moved with
7*o be zealous, r]\6a ziloo.
Acts 7. 9 the patriarchs, moved with envy, sold J.
17. 5 [inovedwithenvy,]tookuntothemcertain
ENVYING
l.Zeal, envy, jealousy, ijAos zelos.
Rom. 13. 13 Let us walk, .not in strife and envying
1 Co. 3. 3 for whereas (there is) among you envying
2 Co. 12. 20 lest (there be) debates, envyings, wraths
Jas. 3. 14 if ye have bitter envying and strife in
3. 16 where envying and strife (",) there (is) a
2. Envy, jealousy, <p06vos phthonos.
Gal. 5. 21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, reveL
EPAPHRAS 304 EPHRAIM
EP-A -PHRAS,
A fellow-labourer of the apostle Vaul.
Col. i. 7 As ye also learned of E. our dear fellow.
4. 12 K., who is (one) of you, a servant of Christ
Phm. 23 There salute thee E., my fellow prisoner
EP-A-PHRO-DI -TUS, EwoippoSrroy.
A messenger between Paul uud the churches.
Phil. 2. 25 I supposed it necessary to send to you E.
4. 18 having received of E. the thiugs. .from
EP-.K -NE -TUS, E7rat i/Toj.
A native of Asia or Achaia.
Rom. 1 6. 5 Salute my well beloved E., who is the first
E -PHAH, rtE/y obscurity.
1. A concubine of Caleb in the line of Judah. B.C.
1500.
i Ch. 2. 46 E., Caleb s concubine, bare Haran, and
2. A son of Jahdai, also in the line of Judah. B.C.
455-
i Ch. 2. 47 And the sons of Jahdai ; Regem . . and E.
3. A son of Midian son of Abraham by Keturah. The
name is also used of his posterity and their land. B.C.
1800.
Gen. 25. 4 And the sons of Midiau ; E. , and Epher
i Ch. i. 33 And the sons of Midiau ; E., and Epb-r
Isa. 60. 6 the dromedaries of Midian and E.
EPHAH
Ephah, a measure, three seah, HE/N ephah.
Exodi6. 36 an omer (is) the tenth (part) of an ephah
Lev. 5. ii the tenth part of an ephah of fine flour
6. 20 the tenth part of an ephah of fine flour
19. 36 Just balances, just weights, a just ephah
Num. 5. 15 the tenth (part) of an ephah of barley
28. 5 And a tenth (part) of an ephah of flour
.Tudg. 6. 19 unleavened cakes of an epiiah of flour
Ruth 2. 17 and it was about an ephah of barley
i Sa. i. 24 one ephah of flour, and a bottle of wine
17. 17 Take now for thy brethren an ephah of
Isa. 5. 10 the seed of an homer shall yield an ephah
Eze. 45. 10 just balancts, and a just ephah, and a
45. ii The ephah and the bath shall be of one
45. 1 1 and the ephah the tenth part of an homer
45. 13, 13 thesixth part of an ephah of anhomer
45. 24 shall prepare a meat offering of an ephah
45. 24 an ephah for a ram. .of oil for an ephah
46. 5 an ephah for a ram . . oil to an ephah
46. 7 an ephah for . . an ephah for . . an ephah
46. 1 1 an ephah to . . an ephah to . . to an ephah
46. 14 an ephah, and the third part of an hin
Amos 8. 5 making the ephah small, and the shekel
Zech. 5. 6 said, This (is) an ephah that goeth forth
5. 7 woman that sitteth in the midst of thee.
5. 8 And he cast it into the midst of the ephah
5. 9 they lifted up the ephah between the ea.
5. 10 said I . .Whither do these bear the ephah ?
E -PHAI. "5 J? obscuring.
One whose sons were among " the captains of the forces"
left in Judah after the carrying away to Babylon.
They submitted themselves to Gedaliah the governor,
and seem to have been murdered with him by Ishmael
(Jer. 41. 3, compare 40. 13). B.C. 620.
Jer. 40. 8 the sons of E. the Netophathite, and Jez.
E -PHER, -5;? young deer or calf.
1. Second son of Midian son of Abraham. B.C. 1800.
Gen. 25. 4 And the sous of Midian ; Ephah, and E.
i Ch. i. 33 And the sons of Midian ; Ephah, and E.
2. One of the descendants of Judah, and possibly of the
family of Caleb son of Jephunneh. B C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 17 the sons of Ezra (were) Jether. .and E.
3. A chief of Mauasseh E. of the Jordan. B.C. 800.
i Ch. 5. 24 heads of the house of their fathers, even E.
E-PHES DAM -BUM, C D-I D$IN extension of brooks.
A place between Shochoh and Azekah, now called
Dainim.
i Sa. 17. i pitched betw. Shochoh and Azekah, in E.
E-PHE-8I-AN, E4>Vio* belonging to Ephcsus.
Acts 19. 28 cried, .saying, Great (is) Diana of the E.s
19. 34 cried out, Great (is) Diana of the E.s
19. 35 the city of the E.s is a worshipper of . .D.
21. 29 For they had seen before with him . . an E.
E-PHE -STJS, *E<f>t<ros. A famous city ill Ionia nearly opposite the island of
Sainos, and about the middle of the W. coast of Asia
Minor. The " Asia " of the New Testament was the
western province of the peninsula, with Ephesus as its
capital.
Acts 18. 19 And he came to E., and left them there
18. 21 if God will. And he sailed from E.
18. 24 a certain Jew named Apollos. .came to E.
19. i through the upper coasts came to E.
19. 17 known to. .the Jews and Greeks, .at E.
39. 26 ye see and hear, that not alone at E.
19. 35 men of E., what man is there that know
20. 16 For Paul had determined to sail by E.
20. 17 from Miletus he sent to E., and called
i Co. 1 5. 32 If. .1 have fought with beasts at E.
16. 8 But I will tarry at E. until Pentecost,
Eph. i. i Paul . .to the saints which are [at E.I
1 Ti. i. 3 As I besought thee to abide still at E
2 Ti. 1. 18 many things he ministered unto me at E.
4. 12 And Tychicus have I sent to E.
Rev. i. 1 1 send (it) unto the seven churches . . unto E.
2. i Unto the angel of the church [of E.] write
14.
21.
23.
EPH -LAI, S^DN judging.
Descendant of 1 harez through Jerahmeel
i Ch. 2. 37 And Zabad begat E., and E. begat Obed
E -PHOD, 12K oracular.
Father of Hanniel, prince of Manasseh, one of Joshua s
assistants in dividing the land.
Num 34. 23 tribe . . of Manasseh, Hanniel the son of E.
EPHOD
\.Ephod, a priestly garment, ~I2N, TiBN ephod.
Exodzs. 7 stones, and stones to be set in the ephod
28. 4 a breastplate, and an ephod, and a robe
28. 6 they shall make the ephod (of) gold, (of)
28. 12 stones upon the shoulders of the ephod
28. 15 after the work of the ephod thou shall
28. 25 on the shoulder pieces of the ephod
28. 26 in the side of the ephod inward
28. 27 on the two sides of the ephod underneath
28. 27, 28 above the curious girdle of the ephod
28. 28 bind . . unto the rings of the ephod
28. 28 the breastplate be not loosed from the e.
28. 31 thou shalt make the robe of the ephod
29. 5 take, .the robe of the ephod, and the ep.
29. 5 gird . . with the curious girdle of the ephod
35. 9, 27 stones to be set, for the ephod, and for
39. 2 he made the ephod (of) gold, blue, and
39. 7 he put them on the shoulders of the ep.
39. 8 cunning work, like the work of the ephod
39. 18 put. .on the shoulder pieces of the ephod
39. 19 which (was) on the side of the ephod iuw.
39. 20 put them on the two sides of the ephod
39. 20, 21 above the curious girdle of the ephod
39. 21 by his rings unto the rings of the ephod
39. 21 might not be loosed from the ephod
39. 22 he made the robe of the ephod (of) woven
Lev. 8. 7 clothed him . . and put the ephod upon
8. 7 with the curious girdle of the ephod
Judg. 8. 27 Gideon made an ephod thereof, and put
17. 5 and made an ephod, and teraphim, and
1 8. 14 know that there is in these houses an ep.
18. 17 took the graven image, and the ephod
18. 18 fetched the carved image, the ephod
1 8. 20 priest s heart was glad; and he took the e
1 Sa. 2. 1 8 Samuel, .a child,girded with a linen ephod
2. 28 I choose him . .to wear an ephod before
3 LORD S priest in Shiloh, wearing an ephod
9 wrapped in a cloth behind the ephod
8 slew, .persons that did wear a linen ephod
. 6 he came down (with) an ephod in his
23. 9 said to. .the priest, Bring hither the eph.
30. 7 I pray thee, bring me hither the ephod
30. 7 And Abiathar brought thither the ephod
2 Sa. 6. 14 David (was) girded with a linen ephod
i Ch. 15. 27 David also (had) upon him an ephod of
HOB. 3. 4 and without an ephod, and. .teraphim
2. Ephod, garment, rn^K aphuddah.
Exod28. 8 the curious girdle of the ephod, which
39. 5 the curious girdle of his ephod, that (was)
EPHPHATHA. See page 305, col. i.
EPH-RA -IM, D -iEX, Etypat/j. doubly fruitful.
1. Second son of Joseph by Asenath. B.C. 1711.
Gen. 41. 52 the name of the second called he E. : For
46. 20 in the land, .were born Manasseh andE.
48. i with him his two sons, Manasseh and E.
48. 5 thy two sons, E. and Mauasseh. .(are)
48. 13 Joseph took them both, E. . .and Manasseh
48. 14 his right hand, and laid (it) upon E. s
48. 17 laid his right hand upon the head of E.
48. 17 to remove it from E. s head unto Mana.
48. 20 God make thee as E., and as Manasseh
48. 20 and he set E. before Manasseh
50. 23 Joseph saw E. s children of the third
Num 26. 28 sons of Joseph, .(were) Manasseh and E.
i Ch. 7. 20 the sons of E. ; Shuthelah, and Bered
7. 22 And E. their father mourned many days
2. The tribe that sprang fromEphraim or their territory.
Num i. 10 of E. ; Elishama the son of Ammihud
i. 32 of the children of E., by their generations
1. 33 the tribe of E. . .forty thousand and five
2. 18 (shall be) the standard of the camp of E.
2. 18 the captain of the sons of E. . .Elishama
2. 24 that were numbered of the camp of E.
7. 48 Elishama. .prince of the children of E.
10. 22 the standard . .of the children of E. set
13. 8 Of the tribe of E., Oshea the son of Nun
26. 35 These (are) the sons of E. after their fa.
26. 37 These (are) the families of the sons of E.
34. 24 prince of the tribe of the children of E.
Deut33. 17 and they (are) the ten thousands of E.
34. 2 And all Xaphtali, and the land of E.
Josh 14. 4 the children of Joseph. .Manasseh and E.
16. 4 the children of Joseph, Manasseh and E.
16. 5 the border of the children of E. . . was(thus)
16. 8 the inheritance, .of the children of E.
16. 9 the separate cities for the children of E.
17. 8 Tappuah . . (belonged) to the children of E
17. 9 these cities of E. (are) among the cities
17. 10 Southward (it was) E. s, and northward
17. 17 Joshua spake, .(even) to E. and to Mana.
21. 5 by lot out of the families of the tribe of E.
21. 20 the cities of their lot out of the tribe of E.
Judg. i. 29 Neither did E. drive out the Canaanites
5. 14 Out of E. (was there) a root of them aga.
7. 24 all the men of E. gathered themselves
8. i And the men of E. said unto him, Why
8. 2 (Is) not the gleaning of the grapes of E.
10. 9 to fight also . .against the house of E.
12. i the lucu of E. gathered themselves toget.
Judg 1 2. 4 gathered . . men of Gil. and fought with E
12. 4 and the men of Gilead smote E., because
12. 4 said, Ye Gileadites (are) fugitives of E.
12. tsAbdon. .was buried, .in the land of E.
2 Sa. 2. 9 made him king over Gilead. .and over E.
1 Ch. 6. 66 had cities, .out of the tribe of E.
9. 3 and of the children of E., and Manasseh
12. 30 the children of E. twenty thousand and t
27. 10 Helez the Pelonite, of the children of E.
27. 14 Benaiah the Pirathonite, of the chil. of E
27. 20 Of the children of E., Hoshea the son of.
2 Ch. 15. 9 and the strangers with them out of E.
17. 2 set garrisons . . in the cities of E., which
25. 7 LORD (is) not . . (with) all the children of E.
25. 10 the army that was come to him out of E.
28. 7 Zichri, a mighty man of E., slew Maaseiah
28. 12 certain of the heads of the children of E.
30. i Hezekiah . . wrote letters also to E. and
30. 10 posts passed, .through the country of E.
30. 1 8 many of E. . .had not cleansed themselves
31. i threwdowu the high places, .altars, .in E.
34. 6 (did), .in the cities of Manasseh and E
34. 9 Levites had gathered of the hand of . .E.
Psa. 60. 7 E. also (is) the strength of mine head
78. 9 The children of E. . .armed . .turned back
78. 67 and chose not the tribe of E.
80. 2 Before E. and Benjamin . . stir up thy str.
108. 8 E. also (is) the strength of mine head
Isa. 7. 2 saying, Syria is confederate with E.
7. 5 Syria, E. . .have taken evil counsel against
7. 8 within threescore and five years shall E.
7. 9 And the head of E. (is) Samaria
7. 17 from the day that E. departed from Jud.
9. 9 And all the people shall know. .E., and
9. 21 Manasseh, E.; and E., Manasseh. .they
ii. 13 The envy, .of E shall depart. .E. shall
ii. 13 and Judah shall not vex E.
17. 3 The fortress also shall cease from E.
28. i Woe to the crown . . to the drunkards of E.
28. 3 the drunkards of E., shall be trodden
Jer. 7. 15 as I have cast out. .the whole seed of E.
31. 9 I am a father to Israel, and E. (is) my
31. 18 I have surely heard E. bemoaning hims.
31. 20 (Is) E. my dear son? (is he) a pleasant ch. ?
Eze. 37. 16 write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of E.
37. 19 which (is) in the hand of E., and the tribes
48. 5 unto the west side, a (portion for) E.
48. 6 by the border of E. . .a (portion for) Reu.
Hos. 4. 17 E. (is) joined to idols : let him alone
5. 3 I know E., and Israel is not hid from me
5. 3 O E., thou committest whoredom, (and)
5. 5 therefore shall Israel and E. fall in their
5. 9 E. shall be desolate in the day of rebuke
5. ii E. (is) oppressed, .broken in judgment
5. 12 Therefore (will) I
(be) unto E. as a moth
5. 13 When E. saw his sickness, and Judah
5. 13 then went E. to the Assyrian, and sent
5. 14 For I (will be) unto E. as a lion, and as
6. 4 O E., what shall I do unto thee ?
6. 10 there (is) the whoredom of E., Israel is
7. i then the iniquity of E. was discovered
7. 8 E., he hath mixed himself. .E. is a cake
7. : i E. also is like a silly dove without heart
8 9 alone by himself : E. hath hired lovers
8. 1 1 Because E. hath made many altars to sin
9. 3 but E. shall return to Egypt, and they
9. 8 The watchman of E. (was) with my God
9. ii E., their glory shall fly away like a bird
9. 13 E. . .(is) planted in a pleasant place
9. 13 E shall bring forth his children to the
9. 16 E. is smitten, their root is dried up
10. 6 E. shall receive shame. .Israel shall be
jo. 1 1 And E. (is as) an heifer (that is) taught
10. ii I will make E. to ride ; Judah shall plow
11. 3 I taught E. also to go, taking them by
ii. 8 How shall I give thee up, E. ?. .shall I
ii. 9 I will not return to destroy E. : for 1 (am)
11. 12 E. compasseth me about with lies, and
12. i E. feedeth on wind, and followeth after
12. 8 And E. said, Vet I am become rich, I have
12. 14 E. provoked, .to anger most bitterly
13. i When E. spake trembling, he exalted h.
13. 12 The iniquity of E. (is) bound up ; hia sin
14. 8 E. (shall say,) What have I to do any more
Obad. 19 and they shall possess the fields of E.
Zech. 9. 10 And I will cut off the chariot from E.
9. 13 When I have, .filled the bow with E.
10. 7 (they of) E. shall be like a mighty (man)
The following localities were in the territory of
Ephraim : Abel-meholah, Ajalon, Arumah, Ataroth
Adar, Baal-hazor, Baal-shalisha, Beth-horon the Tpper,
Ebal, Gaash, Gazer, Gerizim, Janonh, Jeshanah, Jokmeam,
Kibzain, Lebonah, Michmethah, Maarah,
Ramah, Samaria, Shalisha, Shamir, Shechem, Taanath,
Shiloh, Tabbath, Thebez, Timnath-heres, Tipheah,
Tirzah, Vzzen-sherah, Zuph, Ac.
3. A town which was "by" or "beside" Absalom s
sheep-farm.
2 Sa. 13. 23 sheep shearers in Baal-hazor. .beside E.
4. A city in the wilderness, to which Christ retired with
his disciples from the violence of the priests. By the
" wilderness" is probably meant the hill-country N.E.
of Jerusalem, lying between the central towns and
the Jordan valley. Hence Ophrah and Ephraim are iden
tical, and now called et Tanjibeh, a village on a conical
hill, overlooking the valley of the Jordan and the Salt
Sea. It stands five miles E. of Bethel, and sixteen
from Jerusalem.
Johnn. 54 but went thence., into a city called E , and
EPHRAIM 305 ERROR
EPH RA -IM, Gate of, DyiEX "W shaar ephrayim.
A gat i- of Jtrusalem at the north, nearly at the posi
tion of the modern " Damascus Gate."
2 Ki.i4. 13 from the gate of E. unto the corner gate
2 Oh. 25. 23 from the gate of E. to the corner gate
Neh. 8. 16 and in the street of the gate of E.
12. 39 from above the gate of E., and above the
EPH-RA -IM, Wood of, Q lpx iy. yaar ephrayim.
A foivst in which a battle was fought between the armies
of David and Absalom, on the E. side of the Jordan.
Perhaps it was so named from the tribe of Ephraim
being i he chief sufferers in this battle. SeealsoJuA. 12.4.
2 Sa. iS. 6 and the battle was in the wood of E.
EPHRAHCTES, D"iEX, l^BX.
The descendants of Ephraim, son of Joseph.
Josh.i6. 10 Canaanites dwell among the E. unto this
Judgiz. 4 (are) fugitives of Ephraim among the E.
12. 5 took the passages of Jordan before the E.
12. 5 when those E. . .said. Let me go over
12. 5 the men of Gilead said. .(Art) thou an E.?
12. 6 there fell, .of the E. forty and twothous.
EPH-RA -IN, I 1?y [V.L. jnsj?] hamlet.
A city in Benjamin eight miles from Jerusalem, and
near Bethel in the wilderness of Judah.
2Ch. 13. 19 and E. with the towns thereof
EPH-RA -TAH, i^nsx fertility.
1. Ihe ancient name of Bethlehem-Judah.
Ruth 4. ii do thou worthily in E., and be famous in
Psa. 132. 6 Lo, we heard of it at E.; we found it in
Mic. 5. 2 But thou, Beth-lehem E., (though) thou
2 Second wife of Caleb son of Hezron. She was the
mother of Hur, and grandmother of Caleb son of Jephuuneh.
B.C. 1540.
i Ch. 2. 50 the sou of Hur, the first born of E.
4. 4 the sons of Hur, the first born of E.
EPH -RATH, n-iax. (nmsx).
1. A city oi Judah ; the same as Ephratah.
Gen. 35. 16 there was but a little way to come to E.
35. 19 R. died, and was buried in the way to E.
4& 7 (there was), .a little way to come unto E.
48. 7 and I buried her there in the way of E.
2. Caleb s second wife. See Ephratah (No 2.)
i Ch. 2. 19 Caleb took unto him E., which bare him;
EPH RA-THITE, JTJEX.
1. An inhabitant of Bethlehem-Judah.
Ruth i. 2 his two sons Mahlon and Chilion, E s of
i Sa. 17. 12 David (was) the son of that E. of Beth.
2. A certain Epraimite, twice so designated.
i Sa. i. i the son of Tohu, the son of Zuph, an E.
i Ki. ii. 26 Jeroboam the son of Nebat, an E. of Ze.
EPH -RON, I VIEJJ strong.
1. Son of Zohar a Hittite, from whom Abraham pur
chased a field (opposite Mamre or Hebron), containing
a cave, and buried Sarah therein. B.C. 1860.
Gea. 23. 8 hear me, and entreat for me to E. the son
13. 10 E. dwelt among the children of Heth
23. 10 E. the Hittite answered Abraham in the
23. 13 he spake unto E. in the audience of the
23. 14 E. answered Abraham, saying unto him
23. 16 And Abraham hearkened unto E.
23. 1 6 Abraham weighed to E. the silver
23. 17 the field of E., which (was) in Machpelah
25. 9 in the field of E. the son of Zohar the H.
49. 29 in the cave that (is) in the field of E. the
49. 30 Abraham bought with the field of E.
50. 13 which Abraham bought, .of E. the Hit.
2. A mountain between Judah and Benjamin, between
the water of Nephtoah and Kirjath-jearim.
Josh. 15. 9 and went out to the cities of mount E.
EPH-PHA -THA
Be opened, f<p<pa6d from Chald. nn to open.
Mark 7. 34 and saith . . Ephphatha, that is, Be opened
E-PI-CTJ-RE -AN, EiriKovpetos.
A sect of philosophers that derived its name from
Epicurus (B.C. 342-271), a philosopher of Attic descent,
whose garden at Athens rivalled the " Porch " and the
Academy." His aim was to discover a practical
guide to happiness ; his search was for pleasure, not
absolute truth ; and he relied on experience as the test,
not on reason.
Acts 17 1 8 Then certain philosophers of the E.
EPISTLE
Epistle, letter, eVitrToATJ epistole.
Acts 15. 30 multitude together, they delivered the e.
23. 33 and delivered the epistle to the governor
Rom 16. 22 I Tertius, who wrote (this) epistle, salute
1 Co. 5. 9 I wrote unto you in an epistle not to
2 Co. 3. i need we.. epistles of commendation to
3. 2 Ye are our epistle written in our hearts
3. 3 manifestly declared to be the epistle of C.
7. 8 I perceive that the same epistle hath
Col. 4. 16 And when this epistle is read among you
1 Th. 5. 27 I charge you by the Lord that this epistle
2 Th. 2. 15 been taught, whether by word, orour ep.
3. 14 if any man obey not our word by this ep.
3. 17 which is the token in every epistle
2 Pe 3. i This second epistle, beloved, I now write
3 . 16 As also in all (his) epistles, speaking iu
EQUAL
1. Valuation, arrangement, ^ny erek.
Psa. 55. 13 But (it was) tb<*i, a man mine equal, my
2. One of the same aye, ffvvr\\iKi<tirris sunelikifttes.
Gal. i. 14 above many my equals in mine own
;5.Equal to, the same as, 7<n>i, foot isos.
Matt 20. 12 and thou hast made them equal unto us
John 5. 18 God washis Father, makiiighini.selfe(jual
Phil. 2. 6 thought it not robbery to be equal with
Rev. 21. 16 breadth and the height of it are equal
EQUAL, to
\.To be fsft in array, arrange, T!V orak.
Job 28. 17 The gold and the crystal cannot equal it
28. 19 The topas of Ethiopia shall not equal it
2. To make equal, .11^ shavah, 5.
Lam. 2. 13 what shall I equal to thee that I may
EQUAL, to make
To make equal, my shavah, 5.
Isa. 46. s will ye liken me, and make (me) equal
EQUAL, to be
To be weighed, pondered, J5n takan, 2.
Eze. 18. 25 ye say, The way of the LORD is not equal
18. 25 O house of Israel ; Is not my way equal ?
1 8. 29 The way of the LORD is not equal
1 8. 29 O house of Israel, are not my ways equal ?
33. 17 The way of the LORD is not equal
33. 17 but, as for them, their way is not equal
33. 20 ye say, The way of the LORD is not equal
EQUAL, to be not
To be thin, lean, poor, weak, 77* dalal.
Prov 26. 7 The legs of the lame are not equal ; so
EQUAL, that are
Uprightness, upright things, D Tf p mesharim.
Psa. 17. 2 thine eyes behold the things that are eq.
EQUAL, that which is
The equality, rj Iff^rijs he isotes.
Col. 4. i give unto . . servants that which is . . equal
EQUALITY
Equality, iffOTns isotes.
2 Co. 8. 14 an equality . .that there may be equality
EQUITY
I. Right, uprightness, ~\ty", yashar.
Mic. 3. 9 abhor judgment, and pervert all equity
2. Uprightness, lip yosher.
Prov 17. 26 not good, .to strike princes for equity
3. What is right, equity, benefit, p"K?3 kishrom.
Eccl. 2. 21 in wisdom, and iu knowledge, and in eq.
4. Uprightness, "iiB> p mishor.
Isa. ii. 4 reprove with equity for the meek of the
Mai. 2. 6 he walked with me in peace and equity
5. Uprightness, upright things, D ^ p mesharim.
Psa. 98. 9 judge the world, and the people with eq.
99. 4 thou dost establish equity, thou executes!
Prov. i. 3 To receive the instruction of. .equity
2. 9 Then shalt thou understand, .equity
6. Straightforwardness, ITOJ nakoach.
Isa. 59. 14 truth is fallen in the street, and equity
ER,-iy "Up
watcher.
1. Eldest son of Judah by the daughter of Shua the
Canaanite. B.C. 1720.
Gen. 38. 3 bare a son ; and he called his name E.
38. 6 Judah took a wife for E. his first born
38. 7 E. . . was wicked in the sight of the LORD
46. 12 the sons of Judah ; E., and Onan, and
46. 12 E. and Onan died in the land of Canaan
Nuni26. 19 sons of Judah. .E. and Onan : and Er
i Ch. 2. 3 sous of Judah ; E., and Onan, and Shelah
2. 3 E. . . was evil in the sight of the LORD
2. A son of Shelah, youngest son of Judah by the
daughter of Shua the Canaanite. B.C. 1660.
1 Ch. 4.21 sons of Shelah . . (were) E. . . and Laadah
3. An ancestor of Jesus.
Luke 3. 28 Elmodam, which was (the son) of E.
E -RAN, py watcher.
A sou of Ephraim s eldest son Shuthelah. B.C. 1452.
Nuni26. 36 of ., the family of the Eranites
ERANITES, rjy belonging to Eran.
Descendants of Eran, grandson of Ephraim.
Num26. 36 of Eran, the family of the E.
E-RAST -US, "EpcuTTOS.
1. A Christian sent by Paul into Macedonia.
Acts 19. 22 So he sent. .two. .Timotheus and E.; but
2 Ti. 4. 20 E. abode at Corinth : but Trophimus have
2. Chamberlain of Corinth, a convert of Paul s ; perhaps
the same as No. 1.
Rom 16. 23 E. the chamberlain of the city saluteth
ERE
I. Before, (not] yet, D^B terem.
Num 1 1. 33 ere it was chewed, the wrath of the LORD
Exod. i. 19 are delivered ere the midwives come in
2. Not, xS lo.
Jer. 47. 6 how long, .ere thou be quiet ? Put up
Hos. 8. 5 how long, .ere they attain to iunocency?
3. Before, ere, irpiv prin.
John 4. 49 The nobleman saith. .Sir, come down ere
E -RECH, T3* length, size.
One of the cities of Nimrod s kingdom in the land of
Miiiiiir. It is the same as Orchoe, eighty-two rniles 8.
and forty-three E. of Babylon, and is now Warka, Irka,
and Irak. It was the necropolis of the Assyrian kings,
the whole neighbourhood being covered with mound.s,
and strewed with bricks and coffins.
Gen. 10. 10 the beginning of his kingdom was. .E.
ERECT, to
To set up, 2?) natsab, 5.
Gen. 33. 20 he erected there an altar, and called it
E -RI, ny my watcher.
A son of Gad. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 16 And the sons of Gad ; Ziphion, and. .E.
Nuni26. 16 of E., the family of the Elites
E -RITES, ny belonging to Er.
The descendents of Eri son of Gad.
Nuni26. 16 of Eri, the family of the E.
ERR, to
1. To err, go astray, lyy shagag.
Lev. 5. 1 8 concerning his ignorance wherein he erred
2. To err, go astray, nyy shagah.
Numis. 22 if ye have erred, and not observed all
i Sa. 26. 21 I have played the fool, and have erred ex.
Job 6. 24 me to understand wherein I have erred
19. 4 And be it indeed (that) I have erred
Psa. 1 19. 21 which do err from thy commandments
119. 118 Thou hast trodden, .all them that err
Prov 19. 27 hear the instruction (that causeth) to err
Isa. 28. 7 But they also have erred through wine
28. 7 the priest and the prophet have erred
28. 7 they err in vision, they stumble (in)judg.
Eze. 45. 20 thou shalt do. .for every one that erreth
3. To err, wander, go astray, nyn taah.
Psa. 95. 10 It (is) a people that do err in their heart
119. no yet I erred not from thy precepts
Prov. 14. 22 Do they not err that devise evil? but
Isa. 29. 24 They also that erred in spirit shall come
35. 8 wayfaring men, though fools, shall not err
4. To cause to err, wander, go astray, nyj;i iaah, 5.
Prov 10. 17 but he that refuseth reproof erreth
5. To wander off, airoir\avao/j.at apoplanaomai.
i Ti. 6. 10 while some coveted after, they have erred
6. To miss the mark, swerve, <X<TTOXO astocheo.
1 Ti. 6. 21 Which some professing have erred concer.
2 Ti. 2. 18 Who concerning the truth have erred
7 -To wander, Tr\avdo/j.a.i planaomai.
Matt22. 29 Ye do err, not knowing the Scriptures
Marki2. 24 Do ye not therefore err, because ye know
12. 27 God of the living : ye therefore do. .err
Heb. 3. 10 They do alway err in (their) heart ; and
Jas. i. 16 Do not err, my beloved brethren
5. 19 if any of you do err from the truth
ERR, to cause to
To cause to err, wander, go astray, nyj-i taah, 5.
Isa. 3. 12 they which lead thee cause (thee) to err
q. 1 6 leaders of the people cause (them) to err
19. 14 they have caused Egypt to err in every
30. 28 in the jaws of the people, causing. . to err
Jer 23. 1 3 prophesied . . and caused mypeople . . to err
23. 32 and cause my people to err by their lies
Hos. 4. 12 spirit of whoredoms have caused, .to err
Amos 2. 4 their lies caused them to err, after the
ERR, to make (to)
To cause to err, wander, go astray, nyn taah, 5.
2 Ch.33- 9 So Manasseh made Judah. .to err
Isa. 63. 17 O LORD, why hast thou made us to err
Mic. 3. s the prophets that make my people err
ERRAND
Word, matter, i;n dabar.
Gen. 24. 33 I will not eat, until I have told mine err.
Judg-3- 19 I have a secret errand unto thee, O king
2 Ki. 9. 5 said, I have an errand to thee. r* captain
ERROR
l.Error, oversight, wandering, .i:icb meshugah.
Job 19. 4 I have erred ; mine error remaineth with
2. Error, wandering, niy? shegagah.
Eccl. 5. 6 neither say thou . . that it (was) an error
10. 5 as an error (which) proceedeth from the
3. Error, rashness, S? shal.
2 Sa. 6. 7 and God smote him there for (hia) error
i.Error, rashness, mistake, )?y shalu.
Dan. 6. 4 neither was there any error or fault found
5. Error, injury, nyin toah.
Isa. 32. 6 iniquity, .to utter error against the LORD
Q. Ignorance, ayvorifaa. agnoema.
Heb. 9. 7 he offered for himself, and (for) the errors
7. Wandering, it\a.vi) plane.
Matt 27. 64 so the last error shall be worse than the
Rom. i. 27 that recompence of their error which was
Jas. 5. 20 which converteth the sinner from the e.
2 Pe. 2. 18 clean escaped from them who live in e.
3. 17 being led away with the error of the wi.
i Jo. 4. 6 the spirit of truth, and the spirit of error
Jude i x luiU ran greedily after the error of Balaam
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ERRORS 306 ESHBAAL
ERRORS
1 . Errors, niK Jip shegioth.
Psa. 19. 12 Who can understand (his) errors? cleanse
2. Errors, D ynV5 tatuiin.
Jer. to. 15 They (are) vanity, (and) the work of errors
51. 18 They (are) vanity, the work of error*
E-SA-I -AS, H<ro?as, Hiraiaj tft tfreeA; form, of
Isaiah.
Matt. 3. 3 For this is he that was spoken of by . . E.
4. 14 be fulfilled which was spoken by E. the
8. 17 be fulfilled which was spoken by E. the
12. 17 be fulfilled which was spoken by E. the
13. 14 in them is fulfilled the prophecy of E.
15. 7 hypocrites, well did E. prophesy of you
Mark 7. 6 Well hath E. prophesied of you hypocrit.
Luke 3. 4 is written in the book of the words of E
4. 17 was delivered unto him the book of . .E.
John i. 23 Make straight the way. .as said. .E.
12. 38 the saying of E. the prophet might be
12. 39 they could not believe, because that E.
12. 41 These things said E., when he saw his
Acts 8. 28 sitting in his chariot read E. the prophet
8. 30 and heard him read the prophet E.
28. 25 Well spake the Holy Ohost by E. the
Rom. 9. 27 E. also crieth concerning Israel, Though
9. 29 as E. said before, Except the Lord of ,s.
10. 16 E. saith, Lord, who hath believed our
10. 20 E. is very bold, and saith, I was found of
15. 12 E. saith, There shall be a root of Jesse
E-SAR-HAD -DON, J^rriON victorious, conqueror.
fine of the greatest of the kings of Assyria He v/as son
of Sennacherib and grandson of Sargou, who succeeded
Shalmaneser. B.C. 698.
2 Ki. 19. 37 And E. his sou reigned in his stead
Ezra 4. 2 do sacrifice unto him since the days of E.
Isa. 37.. 38 and E. his son reigned h> ~.iis stead
E -SATJ, iyy Hcrav hirsute, hairy.
1. Eldest son of Isaac and twin brother of Jacob by
Rebekah. B.C. 1837.
Gen. 25. 25 first came, .and they called his name E.
25. 26 and his hand took hold on E. s heel
25. 27 E. was a cunning hunter, a man of the
25. 28 Isaac loved E., because he did eat of (his)
25. 34 Jacob gave E. bread and pottage of lenti
25. 34 thus E. despised (his) birthright
26. 34 E. was forty years old when he took to
27. i when Isaac was old. .he called E. his
27. 5 Rebekah heard when Isaac spake to E.
27. 5 E. went to the field to hunt (for) venison
27. 6 I heard thy father speak unto E. thy
27. ii Behold, E. my brother (is) a hairy man
27. 15 Re. took goodly raiment of her. .son E.
27. 19 Jacob said unto his father, I (am) E.
27. 21 whether thou (be) my very son E. or not
27. 22 Jacob s voice, but the hands (are) the
27. 23 his hands were hairy, as his brother E. s
27. 24 he said, (Art) thou my very son E.?
27. 30 E. his brother came in from his hunting
27. 32 he said, I (am) thy son, thy first born E
27. 34 when E. heard the words of his father, he
27. 37 Isaac answered and said unto E., Behold
27. 38 E. said unto his father, Hast thou but one
27. 38 And E. lifted up his voice, and wept
27. 41 E. hated Jacob because of the blessing w.
27. 41 E. said in his heart, The days of mourn.
27. 42 these words of E. . .were told to Rebekah
27. 42 Behold, thy brother E. . . doth comfort
28. 5 the brother of Rebekah, Jacob s and E. s
28. 6 When E. saw that Isaac had blessed Jac.
28. 8 E. seeing that the daughters of Canaan
28. 9 Then went E. unto Ishmael, and took
32. 3 Jacob sent messengers before him to E.
32. 4 Thus shall ye speak unto my lord E.
32. 6 We came to thy brother E., and also he
32. 8 If E. come to the one company, and
32. 1 1 Deliver . . I pray thee, from the hand of E.
33. 13 and took, .a present for E. his brother
32. 17 When E. my brother meeteth thee, and
32. 18 it (is) a present sent unto my lord E.
32. 19 On this manner shall ye speak unto E.
33. i E. came, and with him four hundred
33. 4 E. ran to meet him, and embraced him
33. 9 And E. said, I have enough, my brother
33. 15 E. said, Let me now leave with thee
33. 16 So E. returned that day on his way unto
35. i thou fleddest from the face of E. thy
35. 29 and his sons E. and Jacob buried him
36. i Now these, .the generations of E., who
36. 2 E. took his wives of the daughters of C.
36. 4 Adah bare to E. Eliphaz ; and Bashein.
36. 5 these, .the sons of E., which were born
36. 6 E. took his wives, and his sous, and his
36. 8 Thus dwelt E. in mount Seir : E. (is) Ed.
36. 9 these, .the generations of E. the father
36. 10 of E. s sons, .of Adah the wife of E.
36. 10 Reuel the son of Bashemath the wife of E.
36. 12 Eliphaz, E. s son. .the sons of Adah, E. s
36. 13 these were the sons of Bashemath, E. s
36. 14 daughter of Zibeon, E. s wife, .bare to E.
36. 15 sons of E. . .Eliphaz the first born, .of E.
36. 17 of Reuel E. s son. .of Bashemath, E. s wife
36. 18 of Aholibamah, E. s wife. . Anah, E. s wife
36. 19 These (are) the sons of E., who (is) Edom
36. 40 these, .the names of the dukes, .of E.
36. 43 he (is) E. the father of the Edomites
Josh 24. 4 And 1 gave unto Isaac Jacob and E.
24. 4 I gave uuto E. mount Seir, to possess
1 Ch. i. 34 The sons of Isaac ; E. and Israel
,. 35 sons of E. ; Eliphaz, Reuel, and Jeush
Mai. i. 2 (Was) not E. Jacob s brother ? saith the
1. 3 I hated E., and laid his mountains
2. The name Esau is sometimes (not often) used as a
patronymic to denote the descendants of Esau or the
country they dwelt in.
Deut. 2. 5 I have given mount Seir unto E. . .a poss.
Jer. 49. 8 I will bring the calamity of E. upon him
49. io I have made E. bare, I have uncovered
Obad. 6 How are (the things) of E. searched out !
So alto in mich elliptical expresniong as these :
Deut. 2. 4 Ye (are) to pass through the coast of . .E.
2. 8 our brethren the children of E., which
2. 12 but the children of E. succeeded them
2. 22 As he did to the children of E., which
2. 29 As the children of E. which dwell in Seir
Obad. 8 and understanding out of the mount of E. !
9 every one of the mount of E. may be cut
18 and the house of E. for stubble, and
1 8 there shall not be. .of the house of E.
19 the south shall possess the mount of E.
21 ; Rom. 9. 13 ; Heb. n. 20 ; 12. 16.
ESCAPE
I. Place of escape, B^$a miphlat.
Psa. 55. 8 I would hasten my escape from the windy
I.Escaped one, D1
?? palet.
Jer. 44. 14 none shall return but such as shall escape
50. 28 The voice of them that flee and escape out
51. 50 Ye that have escaped the sword, go away
3. Escape, ^5pallet.
Psa. 56. 7 Shall they escape by iniquity ? in (thine)
4. One escaped, W1
?? palit.
Josh. 8. 22 that they let none of them remain or es.
2 Ki. 9. 15 let none go forth (nor) escape out of the
Jer. 42. 17 none of them shall remain or escape from
44. 14 none of the remnant, .shall escape or re.
5. Escape, no ?? peletah.
Gen. 32. 8 the other company which is left shall es.
2 Sa. 15. 14 for we shall not (else) escape from Absal.
Jer. 50. 29 that bend the bow. .let none thereof es.
Dan. 1 1. 42 and the land of Egypt shall not escape
Joel 2. 3 yea, and nothing shall escape them
ESCAPE, to
I.To go out or forth, xy; yatsa.
i Sa.i4. 41 Jonathan were taken : but the people es.
Jer. ii. ii which they shall not be able to escape
2. To escape, slip away, ohc malat, 2.
Gen. 19. 17 Escape for thy life; look not behind thee
19. 17 escape to the mountain, lest thou be con.
19. 19 I cannot escape to the mountain, lest
19. 20 let me escape thither, (is) it not a little
19. 22 escape thither ; for I cannot do any thing
Judg. 3. 26 And Ehud escaped while they tarried, and
3. 26 and passed beyond the quarries, and esc.
3. 29 men of valour ; and there escaped not a
1 Sa. 19. io and David fled, and escaped that night
19. 12 and he went, and fled, and escaped
19. 18 So David fled, and escaped, and came to
22. i David . . escaped to the cave Adullam : and
22. 20 Abiathar, escaped, and fled after David
27. i escape into the land of the Philistines
27. i so shall I escape out of his hand
30. 17 there escaped not a man of them, save
2 Sa, 4. 6 Rechab and Baanah his brother escaped
j Ki.i8. 40 Elijah said, .let not one of them escape
19. 17 him that escapeth the sword of Hazael
19. 17 him that escapeth from the sword of Jehu
20. 20 king of Syria escaped on an horse with
2 Ki. io. 24 any . . men . . whom I have brought . . escape
19. 37 and they escaped into the land of Arm.
2 Ch.i6. 7 king of Syria escaped out of thine hand
Esth. 4. 13 that thou shalt escape in the king s house
Prov 19. 5 (he that) speaketh lies shall not escape
Eccl. 7. 26 whoso pleaseth God shall escape from
Isa. 20. 6 we flee for help . . and how shall we esc. ?
37. 38 they escaped into the land of Armenia
Jer. 32. 4 Zedekiah king of Judah shall not escape
34. 3 thou shalt not escape out of his hand
38. 18, 23 thou shalt not escape out of their hand
41. 15 the son of Nethaniah escaped from Johan.
46. 6 Let not . . the mighty man escape
48. 8 upon every city, and no city shall escape
48. 19 ask him that fleeth, and her that escapeth
Eze. 17. 15 shall he escape that doeth such (things) ?
17. 18 done all these (things), she shall not esc.
Dan. ii. 41 these shall escape out of his hand, (even")
3. To pass over, ~yj abar.
Psa. 141. io whilst that I withal escape
4. To escape, slip away, E8
?? palat.
Eze. 7. 16 they that escape of them shall escape
5.To deliver oneself, Vy} nalsal, 5.
2 Sa. 20. 6 he get him fenced cities, and escape us
6. To flee away, airotpevyu apopheugo.
2 Pe. i. 4 having escaped the corruption that is in
2. 18 those that were clean escaped from them
2. 20 after they have escaped the pollutions
7. To save thoroughly, Sicwwfeo diasozo.
Acts 28. i when they were escaped, then they knew
28. 4 though he hath escaped the sea, yet
S.ToJtee different ways, Staipfvyu diapheugo.
Acts 27. 42 lest Jiny of them should swim out and es.
9. To flee out or forth, txiptvyta ekpheuyu.
Luke2i. 36 ye may be accounted worthy to escape
Rom. 2. 3 thou shalt escape the judgment of God ?
2 Co. 1 1. 33 in a basket was I let down, .and escaped
i Th. 5. 3 destruction cometh.. they shall not escape
Heb. 2. 3 How shall we escape, if we neglect so
10. To come out or forth, ftpxo(i.ai exerckomai.
John io. 39 to take him : but he escaped out of their
ll.Tofice, tyfvyta pheuyfi.
Heb. ii. 34 escaped the edge of the sword, out of
12. 25 if they [escaped] not who refused him that
ESCAPE, can
To flee from, <ptvyu>
itro pheuyo apo.
Matt 23. 33 how can ye escape the damnation of hell?
ESCAPE, to cause to -
To let to escape, e1^ palat, 3.
Psa. 71. 2 cause me to escape : incline thine ear
ESCAPE, not
Refuge has perished, Di: 13* abad manos.
job ii. 20 wicked shall fail, and they shall not esc.
ESCAPE, that
One that escapes or slips aicay, B"*}} palet.
Isa. 66. 19 I will send those that escape of them
Jer. 44. 28 escape the sword ; Eze. 6. S, 6. 9, 7. 16.
ESCAPE safe, to
To save tlwrowjhlij, Siaviafa ihasozij.
Acts 27 44 came to pass, that they escaped all safe
ESCAPE, way to
A joins/ up out of, tK&airis ekbasis.
i Co io. 13 but will, .also make a way to escape
ESCAPED
An escaped party, .i?
1
?? peletah.
2Ch. 20. 24 fallen to the earth, and none escaped
ESCAPED, to be
1 . 7\> be slipped away, th$ malat, 2.
1 Sa. 19. 17 sent away mine enemy, that he is escaped
23. 13 it was told Saul that David was escaped
2 Sa. i. 3 Out of the camp of Israel am I escaped
Job i. 15, 16, 17, 19 I only am escaped alone to tell
Psa. 1 24. 7 Our soul is escaped, .and we are escaped
2. To slip away for oneself, oSc malat, 7.
Job 19. 20 I am escaped with the skin of my teeth
:i. To be snatched or slipt avay, ^S) natsal, 2.
Deut 23. 15 the servant which is escaped from his
ESCAPED, that
1. One that escapes or slips away, B ?9 palet.
>"uni2i. 29 Moab. .he hath given his sons that escap.
2. One that escapes or slips away, a S? palit.
Gen. 14. 13 And there came one that had escaped
Judgi2. 5 those Ephraimites which were escaped
Isa. 45. 20 draw near together, ye (that are) escaped
Eze. 33. 21 one that had escaped out of Jerusalem
33. 22 evening, afore he that was escaped came
ESCAPED, that had
Remnant, residue, nnxjp slieerith.
2 Ch-36. 20 And them that had escaped from the swo.
ESCAPED, that have
One that slips away or escapes, 87? palet.
Jer. 51. 50 Ye that have escaped the sword, go away
ESCAPED, that is
Escape, escaped party, ^^9 peletah.
Exodio. 5 eat the residue of that which is escaped
Judg2 i. 17 an inheritance for them that be escaped
2 Ki. 19. 30 the remnant that is escaped of the house
1 Ch. 4. 43 the rest of the Amalekites that were esc.
2 Ch. 30. 6 that are escaped out of the hand of the
Neh. i. 2 asked, .concerning the Jews that had es.
Isa. 4. 2 comely for them that are escaped of Israel
io. 20 such as are escaped of the house of Jacob
ESCAPETH, that--
One that escapes or slips away, E^9 palit.
Eze. 24. 26 he that escapeth in that day shall come
Amos 9. i he that escapeth of them shall tiiX be
ESCAPING
Escape, escaped party, n^ l?? peletah.
Ezra o. 14 (there should be)no remnant nor escaping?
ESCHEW, to
I. To turn aside, "no sur.
Job i. i one that feared God, and eschewed evil
1. 8 one that feareth God, and escheweth evil ?
2. 3 one that feareth God , and escheweth evil ?
1. To incline or bend out of, tKK\lvo> ekklino.
i Pe. 3. ii Let him eschew evil, and do good ; let
E -SEK, pyy contention.
A well in the valley of Geaar, dug by the servants ol
Isaac, and striven for by the servants of Abimelech.
Gen. 26. 20 and he called the name of the well E.
ESH-BA -AL, Syjp< a man of Baal.
Fourth son of Saiil according to i Ch. 8. 33 and q. 39.
He is no doubt identical with Ishboshcth ("man of
shame.")
i Ch. 8. 33 and Malchi-shua, and Abinadab, and E.
9. 39 and Malchi-shua, and Abinadab, and E.
ESHBAN 307 ESTEEMED
EBH -BAN, |2tpx man of understanding.
A M>ii of I lisl ioii or Dishan, sou of >cii .
<!en. 36. 26 Hemdan, and K., and Ithran, and Cheran
i Ch. 1.41 Amrain, and E., and Ithran, and Cheran
I8H -COL, ^ay*, ViapK cluster of grapes.
1. Hrother of Mamre and Auer the Amorites, allies of
Abraham in pursuing the four kings who had carried
>tf Lot. B C. 1918.
Gen. 14. 13 of Mamre the Amorite, brother of E.
14. 24 the men which went with me, Aner, E.
2. Valley or brook of Eshcol in the neighbourhood of
Hebron, and explored by the spies sent out by Moses.
In the valley that crosses the vale of Hebron NYE. and
S.W. and about two miles X. of the town there is a
fine spring now called Ain-Eshkali.
Nunii3. 23 they came unto the brook of E., and cut
13. 24 The place was called the brook E.
32. 9 they went up unto the valley of E., and
Ueut. i. 24 And they, .came unto the valley of E.
E8H-E -AN, HTK slope.
A city in the mountains of Judah.
Josh. 15. 52 Arab, and Dumah, and E.
E -8HEK. py% strife.
A descendant of Saul through Jonathan.
i C h. 8. 39 the sons of E. his brother. .I lam his
ESH-KA LO-NITES, uiSp^N belonging to Ashkelon.
The inhabitants of Ashkelon.
Josh. 13. 3 Ashdothites, the E., the Gittites, and
ESH-TA -OL, Sixn^N hollow way.
A town in the country of Judah, grouped with Zorah.
It is now called Stital and is west of Zorah, which is
now called Surah.
Josh. 15. 33 in the-valley, E., and Zoreah, and Aslmah
19. 41 coast of their inheritance was. .E., and
Judgi3. 25 the camp of Dan between Zorah and E.
16. 31 buried him between Zorah and E., in the
18. 2 men of valour, from Zorah, and from E
18. 8 came uuto their brethren to Zorah and E.
1 8. ii there went from thence.. outofE., six
E8H-TA-UL-ITES, ^Wfty belonging to Eshtaol.
The inhabitants of Eshtaol, descendants of Shobal son
of Caleb son of Hur.
i Ch. 2. 53 of them came the Zareathites. .the E.
ESH-TE-MO -A, ESH TE -MOH, JTCWN fOp^K.
1 . A Levitical town in the mountains of Judaii. It is
now called Scinua, a village seven miles S of Hebron.
Josh. 1 5. 50 And Anab, and E., and Anim
21. 14 Jattir. .and K. with her suburbs
i Sa. 30. 28 and to (them) which (were) in E.
i Ch. 6. 57 to the sous of Aaron they gave. .E. with
2. A Maachathite, a descendant of Ezra.
i Ch. 4. 17 she bare . . Ishbah the father of E.
4. 19 Keilah the Garmite, and E. the Maacha.
ESH -TON, pni?K rest.
Grandson of Clielub, through Caleb.
i Ch. 4. ii Mehir, which (was) the father of E.
4. 12 E. begat Beth-rapha, and Paseah, and
ES- LI, Eo-Ai, EtrXet.
This was probably Azaliah in the genealogy of Christ;
the name occurs in the line of the ancestors of Joseph
husband of Mary.
Luke 3. 25 Naum, which was (the son) of E., which
ESPECIALLY
1. Might, iND meod.
Psa. 31. ii I was a reproach, .especially among my
2. Most of all, fj.d\i(rra malista.
Acts 26. 3 Especially (because I know) thee to be
Gal. 6. 10 especially unto them who are of the hou.
1 Ti. 5. 17 especially they who labour in the word
j Ti. 4. 13 the books, (but) especially the parchments
ESPOUSAL
1 . Espousal, marriage, n|nq chathunnah.
.Song 3. ii crowned him in the day of his espousals
2. Espousals, niSiSs kduloth.
Jer. 2. 2 the love of thine espousals, when thou
ESPOUSE, to
1.7V) betrothe, espouse, trix aras, 3.
2 Sa. 3. 14 Deliver (me) my wife . . which I espoused
1. To befitted together, op/xJ^o/uoi hannozomai.
2 Co. 1 1. 2 for I have espoused you to one husband
ESPOUSED, to be
To ask in marriage, /j.vi)ffTtvai mnfsteuo.
Matt. i. 1 8 When as his mother Mary was espoused
Luke i. 27 To a virgin espoused to a man whose
2. 5 To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife
ESPY, to
1. To watch, look out, nsy tvaphah, 3.
Jer. 48. 19 O inhabitant . . stand by the way, and espy
2. To see, ntr\ raah.
Gen. 42. 27 as one of them opened his sack . .he espied
3. To search,, spy out, iin tur.
Eze. 20. 6 into a land that I had espied for them
ESPY out, to
To traverse, spy OIK, Vr; ragal, 3.
Josh. 14. 7 Moses . . *eut me . . to espy out the land
ES -ROM, Effpuft.
Son of 1 hares in the genealogy of Jesus.
Matt. i. j 1 hares begat E. ; and E. begat Aram
Luke j. 33 Aram, which was (the son) of E., which
ESTABLISH, to
1,7V) strengthen, harden, } $ umats, 3.
Prov 8: 28 When he establfshed the clouds above
1. To found, lay a foundation, ip; yasad.
Psa. 78. 69 like the earth which he hath establishes
Hab. i. 12 thou hast established them for correction
3. To set
uj>, place, stay, w, yatsag, 5.
Amos 5. 15 love the good, and establish judgment
4. 7V> cause to dwell or sit, settle, yy", yashab, 5.
Job 36. 7 he doth establish them for ever, and they
5. To form, prepare, establish, ps kun, 3.
Exodis. 17 the sanctuary, .thy hands have establis.
Deut 32. 6 hath he not made thee, and established
Psa. 24. 2 and established it upon the floods
40. 2 He brought me up . . (and) established my
48. 8 God will establish it for ever. Selah
87. 5 the Highest himself shall establish her
90. 17 establish thou the work of our hands
90. 17 the work of our hands establish thou it
99. 4 thou dost establish equity, thou executes!
119. 90 thou hast established the earth, and it
Prov 3. 19 by understanding hath he established the
Isa. 45. 18 he hath established it, he created it not
62. 7 And give him no rest, till he establish
6. To prepare, establish, p3 kun, 5.
1 Sa. 13. 13 now would the LORD have established .
2 Sa. 5. 12 the LORD had established him king over
7. 12 will set up. .and I will establish his kin.
i Ki. 2. 24 the LORD liveth, which hath established
1 Ch.i7. ii raise up. .and I will establish his kingd.
22. 10 I will establish the throne of his kingdon
28. 7 I will establish his kingdom for ever
2 Ch.i2. i when Rehoboam had established the kin.
Psa. 89. 2 thy faithfulness shalt thou establish in
89. 4 Thy seed will I establish for ever, and
Jer. 10. 12 he hath established the world by his wis.
33. 2 the LORD that formed it, to establish it
51. 15 he hath established the world by his wis.
7. To set up, 2$j natsab, 5.
Prov. 15. 25 he will establish the border of the widow
8. To sup2)ort, stay, "ii B saad.
Isa. 9. 7 to establish it with judgment and with
9. To cause to stand, set up, establish, icy amad, 5.
1 Ki.is. 4 set up his son after him; and to establish
2 Ch. 9. 8 loved Israel, to establish them for ever
30. 5 So they established a decree to make
Prov. 29. 4 king by judgment established the land
Dan. ii. 14 exalt themselves to establish the vision
10.7V) raise up, establish, confirm, Dip qum, 5.
Gen. 6. 18 with thee will I establish my covenant
9. 9 I establish my covenant with you, and
9. ii And I will establish my covenant with
9. 17 which I have established between me and
17. 7 I will establish my covenant between me
17. 19 I will establish my covenant with him
17. 21 my covenant will I establish with Isaac
Exod. 6. 4 I have also established my covenant with
Lev. 26. 9 and establish my covenant with you
Nuni3o. 13 Every vow. .her husband may establish it
30. 14 he establlsheth all her vows, or all her
Deut. 8. 18 he may establish his covenant which he
28. 9 The LORD shall establish thee an holy
29. 13 That he may establish thee to day for a
j Sa. i. 23 only the LORD establish his word
2 Sa. 7. 25 establish (it) for ever, and do as thou hast
i Ki. 9.5! will establish the throne of thy kingdom
Psa. 78. 5 he established a testimony in Jacob, and
Prov 30. 4 established all the ends of the earth
Isa. 49. 8 to establish the earth, to cause to inherit
Eze. 16. 60 I will establish unto thee an everlasting
16. 62 I will establish my covenant with thee
11. To establish, Dip qum, 3.
Dan. 6. 7 consulted together to establish a royal
12. To raise up, establish, Dip qum, 5.
Dan. 6. 8 establish the decree, and sign the writing
6. 15 nor statute which the king establisheth
13.7"o make firm, establish, f)tfiai6w bebaiofi.
Heb. 13. 9 that the heart be established with grace
14. To place, set, cause to stand, (Vrrj/xi histemi.
Rom. 3. 31 God forbid : yea, we establish the law
10. 3 to establish their own righteousness
Heb. 10. 9 that he may establish the second
15.7V) appoint a law, vo/j.o6fTf<a nomotJieteo.
Heb. 8. 6 which was established upon better pro.
16. To make stable, or strong, (rrtptow stereoo.
Acts 16. 5 so were the churches established in the
1 7. To set or make fast, fix, <mripifa sterizo.
Rom. i. ii to the end ye may be established
1 Tli. 3. 2 to establish you, and to comfort you
2 Pe. i. 12 and be established in the present truth
ESTABLISHED
To sustain, support, ~0p samak.
Psa. 1 12. 8 His heart (is) established, he shall not be
ESTABLISHED, to be
1. To be w become steady or firm, [ON aman, 2.
i S&. 3 . 20 established (to be) a prophet of the LORD
1 Ch. 17. 23 concerning his house, be established for
17. 24 Let it even be established, that thyuama
a Ch. i. gletthy promise unto David., be establish.
20. 20 Believe . . so shall ye be established
Isa. 7. 9 surely ye shall not be established
2. To be or become strong, piri chazaq.
2 Ch.25. 3 when the kingdom was established to him
3. To be formed, prepared, established, J13 kun, 2.
Gen. 41. 32 because the thing (is) established by God
1 Sa. 20. 31 shalt not be established, nor thy kingdom
2 Sa. 7. j6 shall be established for ever before thee
7. 26 house of thy servant David be established
i Ki. 2. 12 and his kingdom was established greatly
2. 45 the throne of David shall be established
?. 46 kingdom was established in the hand of
i Ch.i7. 4 throne shall be established for evermore
17. 24 house of David thy servant be established
Job 21. 8 Their seed is established in their sight
Psa. 89.21 With whom my hand shall be established
89. 37 It shall be established for ever as the
93. 2 Thy throne (is) established of old : thou
96. 10 world also shall be established that it
102. 28 seed shall be established before thee
140. ii Let not an evil speaker be established in
Prov. 4 . 26 and let all thy ways be established
12. 3 man shall not be established by wicked.
12. 19 lip of truth shall be established for
16. 3 and thy thoughts shall be established
16. 12 throne is established by righteousness
20. 18 (Every) purpose is established by counsel
25. 5 throne shall be established in righteous.
29. 14 his throne shall be established for ever
Isa. 2. 2 the mountain . . shall be established in the
Jer. 30. 20 congregation shall be established before
Mic. 4. i the mountain . . shall be established in the
4.7V) be prepared, established, {13 kun, 6.
Isa. 16. 5 in mercy shall the throne be established
Zech. 5. ii it shall be established, and set there
5. To establish self, pa kun, 7a.
Prov 24. 3 and by understanding it is established
Isa. 54. 14 In righteousness shalt thou be established
6. 7V> rise up, stand up, be established, Dip qum.
Lev. 25. 30 the house . . shall be established for ever
1 Sa. 24. 20 kingdom of Israel shall be established
Job 22. 28 and it shall be established unto thee
Prov 15. 22 in the multitude, .they are established
7. To be made straight or right, jpF teqan, 6.
Dan. 4. 36 and I was established in my kingdom, and
8. To cause to stand, "O-TTJ/UI histemi.
MattiS. 16 that, .every word may be established
2 Co. 13. i In the mouth, .every word be established
ESTABLISHMENT
Truth, faithfulness, steadfastness, nc emeth.
2 Ch.32. i After these things, and the establishment
ESTATE
I. Order, condition, .Tja n dibrah.
Eccl. 3. 18 concerning the estate of the sons of men
2. Station, J3 ken.
Dan. ii. 7 shall (one) stand up in his estate, which
ii. 20 Then shall stand up in his estate a
ii. 21 in his estate shall stand up a vile person
ii. 38 in his estate shall he honour the God of
3.Form, turn, iin tor.
i Ch.i7. 17 according to the estate of a man of high
ESTATE, your
The thin ys concerning you, ra irtpl ii^lav ta peri.
Col. 4. 8 that he might know [your] estate, and
ESTEEM, to
1.7V) think, reckon, 3E n chashab.
Job 41. 27 He esteemeth iron as straw, (and) brass
Isa. 53. 3 he was despised, and we esteemed him
53. 4 we did esteem him stricken, smitten of
2. To set in array, value, ^ny arak.
Job 36. 19 Will he esteem thy riches ? (no), not gold
3. To lay up, hide, conceal, ISX tsaphan.
_ Job 23. 12 I have esteemed the words of his mouth
4. To lead, lead out, rjytoiJ.ai hegeomai.
Phil. 2. 3 each esteem other better than themselves
i Th. 5. 13 to esteem them very highly in love for
Heb. ii. 26 Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater
5. To judge, xpivia krino.
Rom 14. 5 One man esteemeth one day above another
14. 5 another esteemeth every day (alike)
To reckon, \oyio/j.at logizomai.
Rom 14. 14 that esteemeth any thing to be unclean
ESTEEMED, highly
//////(, emlted, u^TjAos hupselos.
Lukeio. 15 that which is highly esteemed among men
ESTEEMED, to be
To lie reckoned, thought, esteemed, :$;n chashab, 2.
Isa. ~u. it> shall be esteemed as the potter s clay
29 17 fruitful field shall be esteemed as a
Lam. 4. 2 are they esteemed as earthen pitchers
ESTEEMED, to be least
ro think nothing of, tov6fi>tw txoutheneS.
i Co. 6. 4 who are least esteemed in the church
ESTEEMED 308 EUNUCH
ESTEEMED, to be lightly
1. To be lightly esteemed, rfy) qalah, 2.
i Sa. 18. 23 I (am) a poor niau, and lightly esteemed
2.7"o be or become lightly esteemed, jSjj qalal.
i Sa. 2. 30 that despise me shall be lightly esteemed
ES -THEK, ">!??? the planet Venus.
The Persian name of Hadaitsah, daughter of Abihail
son of Shlmei son of Kish, a Benjamite (Mordecai), and
cousin of Mordecai. She was an orphan captive, and
was selected by Ahasuerus (Xerxes son of Darius
tlystaspis) as his queen instead of Vashti. B.C. 479.
Esth. 2. 7 he brought up Hadassah, that (is), E.
2. 8 E. was brought also unto the king s house
2. 10 E. had not showed her people nor her
2. it Mordecai walked, .to know how E. did
2. 15 when the turn of E. . . was come to go in
2. 15 E. obtained favour in the sight of all them
2. 16 E. was taken unto king Ahasuerus into
2. 17 the king loved E. above all the women
2. 18 the king made a great feast. .E. s feast
2 20 E. had not . . showed her kindred nor her
2. 20 E. did the commandment of Mordecai
2. 22 to Mordecai, who told (it) unto E. the
2. 22 E. certified the king . .inMordecai suame
4. 4 E. s maids and her chamberlains came
4. 5 Then called E. for Hatach, (one) of the
4. 8 to show (it) uuto E., and to declare (it)
4. 9 Hatach came and told E. the words of
4. 10 Again E. spake unto Hatach, and gave
4. 12 And they told to Mordecai E. s words
4. 13 Then Mordecai commanded to answer E.
4. 15 Then E. bade, .return Mordecai (this an.)
4. 17 did according to all that E. had comma.
5. i on the third day . . E. put on . .royal (app )
5. 2 the king saw E. the queen standing in the
5. 2 the king held out to E. the golden sceptre
5. 2 E. drew near, and touched the top of the
5. 3 What wilt thou, queen E. ? and what (is)
5. 4 E. answered, If. .good unto the king, let
5 5 that he may do as E. hath said
5. 5 came to the banquet that E. had prepared
5. 6 the king said unto E. at the banquet of
5. 7 answered E , and said, My petition and my
5. 12 E. the queen did let no man come in
6. 14 bring Human unto the banquet that E.
7. i Haman came to banquet with E. the qu.
7. 2 the king said again unto E. on the second
7. 2 What (is) thy petition, queen E.? and it
7. 3 Then E. the queen answered and said, If
7. 5 Ahasuerus answered and said unto E. the
7. 6 E. said, The adversary, .(is) this wicked
7. 7 Haman stood up to make request, .to E.
7. 8 Ha. was fallen upon the bed whereon E.
8. i did . . give the house of Hamau . . unto E.
8. i for E. had told what he (was) unto her
8. 2 E. set Mordecai over the house of Hainan
8. 3 And E. spake yet again before the king
8. 4 held out the golden sceptre toward E.
8. 4 So E. arose, and stood before the king
8. 7 king Ahasuerus said unto E. the queen
8. 7 Behold, I have given E. the house of Ha.
9. 12 And the king said unto E. the queen
9. 13 Then said E., If it please the king.let it
9. 29 Then E. the queen, .wrote with all auth.
9. 31 according as. .E. the queen had enjoined
9. 32 the decree of E. confirmed these matters
ESTIMATE, to
TV set in array, value, T!V arak, 5.
Lev. 27. 14 the priest shall estimate it, whether it
27. 14 as the priest shall estimate it, so shall
ESTIMATION
Array, order, valuation, ipy e/rek.
Lev. 5.15 with thy estimation by shekels of silver
5. 18 with thy estimation, for a trespass offering
6. 6 thy estimation, for a trespass offering
27. 2 (shall be) for the LORD by thy estimation
27. 3 thy estimation shall be of the male from
27. 3 thy estimation shall be fifty shekels of
27. 4 thy estimation shall be thirty shekels
27. 5 thy estimation shall be of the male twenty
27. 6 thy estimation shall be of the male five
27. 6 thy estimation shall be three shekels of
27. 7 thy estimation shall be fifteen shekels ,
27. 8 if he be poorer than thy estimation, then
27. 13 a fifth (part) thereof unto thy estimation
27. 15, 19 (part) of the money of thy estimation
27. 16 thy estimation shall be according to the
27. 17 according to thy estimation it shall stand
27. 18 it shall be abated from thy estimation
27. 23 shall reckon . . the worth of thy estimation
27. 23 he shall give thine estimation in that
27. 25 thy estimations shall be according to the
27. 27 redeem (it) according to thine estimation
27. 27 shall be sold according to thy estimation
NumiS. 16 thou redeem according to thine estima.
2STRANGE, to
To make unknown, 13J nakar, 3.
Jer. 19. 4 forsaken me, and have estranged this pla.
ESTRANGED, to be
1.7V be strange, estranged, "lit zur.
Job 19. 13 mine acquaintance are verily estranged
Psa. 58. 3 The wicked are estranged from the womb
78. 30 They were not estranged from their lust
2.7*o become strange, estranged, "nt zur, 2.
Eze. 14. 5 they are all estranged from me through
E -TAM, oyy. wild beasts lair.
1. A village of the tribe of Simeon, now called Urtas.
1 Ch. 4. 32 their villages . . E., and Ain, Rimmon, and
2. A place in Judah rebuilt by Rehoboam.
2 Ch.n. 6 He built even Beth-lehem, and E., and
3. A name occurring in the list of Judah s descendants,
but probably referring to the place named in No. 2.
i Ch. 4. 3 And these (were of) the father of E.
4. A rocky district in the W. of Judah.
Judgis. 8 went, .and dwelt in the top of the rock E.
15. ii Judah went to the top of the rock E.
ETERNAL
I.Age lasting, nViy olam.
Isa. 60. 15 I will make thee an eternal excellency
2. What is before in time or place, Q lg qedem.
Deut 33. 27 eternal God (is thy) refuge, and under.
^.Perpetual, atStns aidios.
Rom. i . 20 (even) his eternal power and Godhead
4. Age, al(i>v aion, (pf).
Eph. 3. 1 1 According to the eternal purpose which
1 Ti. 1.17 unto the King eternal, immortal, invisi.
5. Age lasting, aliavios aiunios.
Mattig. 16 shall I do, that I may have eternal life
25. 46 but the righteous into life eternal
Mark 3. 29 but is in danger of eternal damnation
10. 17 what shall I do that I. .inherit eternal
10. 30 and in the world to come eternal life
Lukeio. 25 what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
1 8. 1 8 what shall I do to inherit eternal life?
John 3. 15 should not perish, but have eternal life
4. 36 and gathereth fruit unto life eternal
5. 39 for in them ye think ye have eternal life
6. 54 Whoso eateth my flesh . .hath eternal life
6. 68 thou hast the words of eternal life
10. 28 And I give unto them eternal life
12. 25 and he. .shall keep it unto life eternal
17. 2 that he should give eternal life to as
17. 3 thia is life eternal, that they might know
Acts 13. 48 as many as were ordained to eternal life
Rom. 2. 7 To them who .. seek for glory . . eternal life
5. 21 through righteousness unto eternal life
6. 23 the gift of God (is) eternal life through
2 Co. 4. 17 more exceeding (and) eternal weight of
4. 18 things which are not seen (are) eternal
5. i not made with hands, eternal in the
1 Ti. 6. 12 lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou
6. 19 that they may Jay hold on [eternal] life
2 Ti. 2. 10 obtain the salvation . . with eternal glory
Titus i. 2 In hope of eternal life, which God, that
3. 7 according to the hope of eternal life
5. 9 he became the author of eternal salvation
6. 2 of resurrection, .and of eternal judgment
9. 12 having obtained eternal redemption (for
9. 14 who through the eternal Spirit offered
9. 15 receive the promise of eternal inheritan.
i Pe. 5. 10 who hath called us unto his eternal glory
i Jo. i. 2 show unto you that eternal life which
2. 25 he hath promised us, (even) eternal lift-
3. 15 no murderer hath eternal life abiding in
5. ii God hath given to us eternal life, and
5. 13 ye may know that ye have eternal life
5. 20 This is the true God, and eternal life
7 suffering the vengeance of eternal fire
21 the mercy of our Lord, .unto eternal life
ETERNITY
Duration, continuity, iy ad.
Isa. 57. 15 and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity
E -THAM, orm.
The second station of Israel after leaving Egypt. It is
said to be in the edge of the wilderness near the present
Stba Biar, or " seven wells," about three miles from the
western side of the ancient head of the gulf.
Exodi3. 20 took their journey, .and encamped in E.
Num33. 6 they departed, .and pitched in E., which
33. 7 they removed from E , and turned again
33. 8 went three days journey in the w. of E.
E -THAN, JiVN ancient.
1. A sage renowned in the time of Solomon.
i Ki. 4. 31 he was wiser than all men ; than E. the
Psa. 89. tide. Maschil of E. the Ezrahite
2. A son of Zerah son of Judah.
i Ch. 2. 6 Zimri, and E., and Heman, an Calcol
2. 8 And the sons of E. ; Azariah
3. A descendant of Gershon son of Levi.
i Ch. 6. 42 The son of E.,the son of Zimmah, the son
4. A descendant of Merari the son of Levi.
i Ch. 6. 44 E. the son of Kishi, the son of Abdi
15. 17 their brethren, E. the son of Kushaiah
15. 19 Asaph, and E. . .to sound with cymbals of
E-THA -NTM, O jnNn Hie perennial.
The seventh month of the sacred year of the Hebrews,
from the last new moon of October till the first one of
November.
i Ki. 8. 2 the month E., which (is) the seventh
ETH-BA -AL, Sysnx with Baal or naafs man.
A king of Sidon, father of Jezebel wife of Ahab. He
was king of the Tynans as well, and is the same as
Eithobalits (a priest ef Astarte), who, after having
murdered Pheles, held the throne of Tyre for thirtytwo
years.
i Ki. 16. 31 took to wife Jezebel, the daughter of E.
Ueb.
Jude
E -THEE, injr riches, fulness.
A city in the lowlands of Judah, afterwards allotted to
Simeon, now Athar. In i Ch. 4. 32 Tochen is substituted
for Ether.
Josh. 15. 42 Libuah, and E., and Ashan
19. 7 Aiu, Rummou, and E., and Ashan ; four1
E-THI-0-PI-A, P?3, AlOioif/.
1. This is the word used by the Greeks and Romans
for the Hebrew name Cuxlt. Cush was the son of Ham,
and his descendants occupied the country to the S. of
Egypt, and comprehended, in its widest sense, the
modern Nubia, Sennar, Kordofau, and northern Abys
sinia, but in its more limited sense, only the kingdom
of Meroe, from the junction of the White and Blue
branches of the Nile to the S. border of Egypt. Syene
was the division between both countries.
Gen. 2. 13 it that compasseth the whole land of E.
Esth. i. i Aha.su. . .reigned from India even uuto E.
8. 9 rulers of. .provinces, .from India unto E.
Job 28. 19 The topaz of E. shall not equal it
Psa. 87. 4 Tyre, with E. ; this (man) was born there
Isa. 18. i land.. which (is) beyond the rivers of E.
Eze. 29. 10 tower of Syene even uuto the border of E.
Zeph-3. 10 From beyond the rivers of E. my suppli.
Acts 8. 27 and, behold, a man of E., an eunuch
2. This name is also used to denote the people who
occupied the land of Cunh.
2 K i. i.,. 9 when he heard say of Tirhakah king of E.
Psa. 68. 31 E. shall soon stretch out her hands unto
Isa. 20. 3 sign and wonder upon Egypt and upon E.
20. 5 they shall be afraid and ashamed of E.
37. 9 heard say concerning Tirhakah king of E.
43- 3 Egypt (for) thy ransom, E. and Seba for
45. 14 labour of Egypt, and merchandise of E.
Eze. 30. 4 upon Egypt, and great pain shall be in E.
30. 5 E. . . and Lydia, and all the mingled peo.
38. 5 Persia, E., and Libya with them
Nan. 3. 9 E. and Egypt, .her strength, arid (it was>
E-THI-0-PI-AN, and E-THI-0-PI-ANS, TU>, B>?3,
A.idio\l/.
The name generally given in the English Bible to the
descendants of Cush son of Ham. It is used both us a.
noun and an adjective.
Numi2. i because of the E. woman whom he had
12. i for he had married an E. woman
2 Ch.i2. 3 the Lubims, the Sukkiims, and the E.s
14. 9 there came out against them Zerah the E.
14. 12 the LORD smote the E. . .and the E. fled
14. 13 the E. were overthrown, that they could
1 6. 8 Were not the E. and the Lubims a huge
21. 16 of the Arabians, that (were) near the K
Isa. 20. 4 and the E. captives, young and old
Jer. 13. 23 Can the E. change his skin, or the leop.
38. 7 Ebed-melech the E., one of the eunuchs
38. 10 the king commanded Ebed-melech the E.
38. 12 Ebed-melech the E. said unto Jeremiah
39. 16 Go and speak to Ebed-melech the E., say
46. 9 the E. and the Libyans, that handle the
Eze. 30. 9 in ships to make the careless E. afraid
Dan. ii. 43 and the E. (shall be) at his steps
Amos 9. 7 (Are) ye not as children of the E. unto me
Zeph. 2. 12 Ye E. also, ye (shall be) slain by my sword
Acts 8. 27 authority under Candace queen of the
ETH -NAN, |:rm gift.
Grandson of Ashur through Caleb son of HUT. B C. 1500.
i Ch. 4. 7 the sons of Helah. .Zereth. .and E.
ETH -NI, ^IN my gift.
Ancestor of Asaph whom David set over the service of
song. B.C. 1020.
1 Ch. 6. 41 The son of E., the son of Zerah
ETJ-BTT -LUS, E6/3ot>\os.
A disciple at Rome who saluted Timothy.
2 Ti. 4. 21 E. greeteth thee, and Pudens, and Linus
EtT-NI -CE, EvviKy.
Timothy s mother ; in Acts 16. i she is spoken of as a
"Jewess that believed."
2 Ti. i. 5 grandmother Lois, and thy mother E.
ETJNTJCH
1.Eunuch, officer, O ~ip saris.
2 Ki. 9. 32 looked out to him two (or) three eunuchs
20. 18 they shall be eunuchs in the palace of
Isa. 39. 7 they shall be eunuchs in the palace of
56. 3 neither let the eunuch say, Behold, I (am)
56. 4 unto the eunuchs that keep my sabbaths
Jer. 29. 2 the king, and the queen, and the eunuchs
34. 19 the princes of Jerusalem, the eunuchs
38. 7 one of the eunuchs which was in the
41. 16 women, and the children, and the eunu.
52. 25 He took also out of the city an eunuch
Dan. i. 3 Ashpeuaz the master of his eunuchs
i. 7 whom the prince of the eunuchs gave
i. 8 he requested of the prince of the eunuch
i. 9 love with the prince of the eunuchs
i. 10 prince of the eunuchs said unto Daniel
i. ii whom the prince of the eunuchs had set
i. 1 8 prince of the eunuchs brought them in
2. Eunuch, evvovxos eunouchos.
Matt. 19. 12 there we some eunuchs, .are some eun.
19. 12 there be eunuchs, which have made
Acts 8. 27 an eunuch of great authority under
8. 34 the eunuch answered Philip, and said
8. 36 the eunuch said, See, (here is) water
8. 38 into the water, both Philip and the eunucln
8. 39 that the eunuch saw him no more
EUNUCH 309 EVEN
EUNUCH, to make
To make a eunuch, tvvov%ia> runouchizS.
Mattig. 12 which were made eunuchs of men
19. 12 which have made themselves eunuchs
EU-O-DI -AS, EvtaSia, EvoSia.
This name is more accurately Euodia ; a Christian
woman at Philippi. The two persons here mentioned
by Paul are both women.
Phil. 4. 2 I beseech E., and beseech Syntyche, that
EU-PHRA -TES, rrj9, Ev<t>pdri)s bursting, sweet.
The River (Ha-)M-har in Heb. often), as pre-eminently
the river of Asia in contrast to the short-lived torrents
of Canaan. Its modern name is Frat, which is nearly
the Hebrew spelling. It rises in Armenia, flows S.
like the Tigris, and falls into the Persian Gulf.
Gen. 2. 14 And the fourth river (is) E.
15.18 from the river of Egypt unto . . the river E.
Deut. i. 7 Lebanon, unto the. .river, the river E..
ii. 24 from.. the river E., even unto the utter.
Josh. i. 4 From the wilderness . . unto the . . river E.
2 Sa. 8. 3 to recover his border at the river E.
2 Ki.23. 29 against the king of Assyria to the. .E.
24. 7 from the river of Egypt unto the river E.
1 Ch. 5. 9 of the wilderness from the river E.
18. 3 to stablish his dominion by the river E.
2 Ch.35. 20 UP t flht against Carchemish by E.
Jer. 13. 4 arise, go to E., and hide it there in a hole
13. 5 So I went, and hid it by E., as the LORD
13. 6 Arise, go to E., and take the girdle from
13. 7 Then I went to E., and digged, and took
46. 2 against the army . . which was by the . . E.
46. 6 and fall toward the north by the river E.
46. 10 a sacrifice in the north, .by the river E.
51. 63 and cast it into the midst of E.
Rev. 9. 14 angels which are bound in the great. .E.
16. 12 poured out his vial upon the. .river E.
EU-RO-CLY -DON, EvpOK\vo<ov, EvpvK\v$<ai>,
A tempestuous wind often experienced by navigators in
the Levant; it blows from N.E. or E.N.E. The name
really means the united winds Eurus and Aquilo.
Acts 27. 14 therearose. .a tempestuous wind, called E.
EU TY -CHUS, E&TVXOS.
A young man of Troas restored to life.
Acts 20. 9 in a window a certain young man named E.
EVANGELIST
On", who announces good tidings, euayyeTWo TTjy.
Acts 21. 8 into the house of Philip the evangelist
Eph. 4. ii and some, prophets ; and some, evangel.
2 Ti. 4. 5 do the work of an evangelist, make full
EVE. nin, Eva life, life-giving.
The name of the first woman.
Gen. 3. 20 And Adam called his wife s name E.
4. i Adam knew E. his wife ; and she concei.
2 Co. ii. 3 as the serpent beguiled E. through his
1 Ti. 2. 13 For Adam was first formed, then E.
EVEN
I. Only, TIN ak.
Exod.iz. 15 even the first day ye shall put away
2. Also, ]N aph.
Lev. 26. 28 I, even I, will chastise you seven times
3. Even, also, D3 gam.
, Gen. 20. 5 even she herself said, He (is) my brother
4.Lo, lo as, xn he.
Dan. 2. 43 even as iron is not mixed with clay
5. That, when, because, ? ki.
Exod. 32. 29 even every man upon his son, and upon
6. Till, unto, during, which, 15; ad.
Lev. 23. 16 Even unto the morrow after the seventh
7. Only, surely, nevertheless, p-i raq.
2 Ch.28. 10 (are there) not with" you, even with you
8. For, verily then, ydp gar.
Jas. 4. 14 It is [even] a vapour, that appeareth for a
9. Kut, moreover, Se de.
Rom. 3. 22 Even the righteousness of God (which is)
9. 30 even the righteousness which is of faith
Phil. 2. 8 unto death, even the death of the cross
10. Any more, any longer, yet, still, tn eti.
Luke i. 15 the Holy Ghost, even from his mother s
\\.Unto, up to, eo>y heos.
Marki4. S4 even into the palace of the high priest
12 And, even, Kai kai.
Matt. 5 . 46 do not even the publicans the same ?
5. 47 do not even the publicans so ?
7. 12 should do to you, do ye even so to them
8. 27 that even the winds and the sea obey
12. 8 Son of man is Lord even of the sabbath
13. 12 shall be taken away even that he hath
18. 33 compassion . . [even] as I had pity on thee ?
20, 14 give unto this last even as unto thee
r:$. 29 be taken away eren that which he hath
Mark i. 27 commandeth he even the unclean spirits
4. 25 shall be taken even that which he hath
4. 41 that even the wind and the sea obey him?
6. 2 even such mighty works are wrought by
13. 22 seduce, if (it were) possible, even the
Luke 8. 1 8 taken even that which he seemeth to
8. 25 he commandeth even the winds and
9. 54 and consume them, even as Klias did
10. 1 1 Even the very dust of your city, which
12. 41 this parable unto us, or even to all
12. 57 why even of yourselves judge ye not
18. ii unjust, adulterers, or even as this publi
19. 26 even that he hath shall be taken away
19. 42 known, even thou, at least in this thy day
20. 37 even Moses showed at the bush, when he
24. 24 found (it)[even]so as the women had said
John 5. 21 even so the Son quickeneth whom he will
8. 25 Even (the same) that I said unto you from
n. 22 even now, whatsoever thou wilt ask of
11. 37 that even this man should not have died
Acts 15. 8 the Holy Ghost, even as (he did) unto us
26. 1 1 persecuted (them) even unto strange cit.
Rom. 1.13 you also, even as among other Gentiles
5. 14 even over them that had not sinned after
5. 18 even so by the righteousness of one (the)
5. 21 even so might grace reign through
8. 23 even we ourselves groan within ourselves
8. 34 who is [even] at the right hand of God
9. 24 Even us, whom he hath called, not of the
ii. 5 Even so then at this present time also
15. 3 even Christ pleased not himself ; but, as
15. 6 even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ
i Co. 2. 1 1 even so the things of God knoweth no
3. 5 even as the Lord gave to every man ?
7. 7 would that all men were even as I myself
9. 14 Even so hath the Lord ordained that
14. 12 Even so ye, forasmuch as ye are zealous
15. 22 even so in Christ shall all be made alive
15. 24 the kingdom to God, even the Father
1 6. i as I have given order, .even so do ye
a Co. i. 3 even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ
i. 8 insomuch that we despaired even of life
1. 13 ye shall acknowledge [even] to the end
7. 14 even so our boasting, which (I made) be
10. 7 as he (is) Christ s, even so (are) we Christ s
10. 13 a measure to reach even unto you n 1 2 wherein they glory they may be . . even as
Gal. 2. 1 6 even we have believed in Jesus Christ
4. 3 Even so we, when we were children, were
4. 29 (born) after the Spirit, even so (it is) now
5. 12 would they were even cut off which tro.
Eph. 2. 3 the children of wrath, even as others
4. 4 even as ye are called in one hope of your
4. 32 even as God for Christ s sake hath forgi.
5. 12 For it is a shame even to speak of those
5. 23 even as Christ is the head of the church
5. 29 cherisheth it, even as the Lord the church
Phil. i. 15 preach Christ even of envy and strife
3. 15 God shall reveal even this unto you
j. 18 and now tell you even weeping, (that they)
4. 16 even in Thessalonica ye sent once and
Col. 3. 13 even as Christ forgave you, so also (do)
1 Th. 2. 14 suffered . . even as they (have) of the Jews
2. 19 (Are) not even ye in the presence of our
3. 4 even as it came to pass, and ye know
3. 12 toward all (men), even as we (do) toward
3. 13 in holiness before God, even our Father
4. 5 even as the Gentiles which know not God
4. 13 even as others which have no hope
2 Th. 2. 16 [even] our Father, which hath loved us
3. i and be glorified, even as (it is) with you
Phm. 19 owest unto me even thine own self besides
Heb. 7. 4 [even] the patriarch Abraham gave the
1 1. 12 sprang there even of one and him as good
ii. 19 able to raise (him) up, even from the de.
Jas. 2. 17 Even so faith, if it hath not works, is
3. 5 Even so the tongue is a little member
a Pe. 1. 14 even as our Lord Jesus Christ hath show.
2. i even denying the Lord that bought them
Jude 23 hating even the garment spotted by the
Rev. 2. 13 [even] in those days wherein Antipas
17. ii even he is the eighth, and is of the seven
18. 6 Reward her even as she rewarded you
IS.fndeed, truly, jueV men.
i Th. 2. 18 come unto you, even I Paul, once and
14. Thus, so, OTJTU, oSreas houto, hontos.
Acts 27. 25 that it shall be even as it was told me
1 5. And, also, re te.
Rom. i. 26 even their women did change the natural
1 6. Right, righteousness, just, pis tsedeq.
Job 31. 6 Let me be weighed id an even balance
EVEN
1.Even ing, 3TJ? ercb.
*Exodi6. 12 At even ye shall eat flesh, and in the
18. 14 stand by thee from morning unto even
^29. 30, 41 other lamb thou shalt offer at even
*3o. 8 when Aaron lighteth the lamps at even
Lev. ii. 24, 27, 31, 32, 39 be imclean until the even
ii. 25, 28, 40, 40 and be unclean until the even
14. 46 shall be unclean until the even
T 5- 5> 6. 7. 8, 10, ii, 16, 17 unclean until the e
15. 10, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 27 unclean until the e.
17. 15 bathe, .and be unclean until the even
22. 6 any such shall be unclean until even
*23. 5 fourteenth (day) of the first month at even
*Num. o. 3 at even, ye shall keep it in his appointed
*g. 5 fourteenth day of the first month at even
*g. 1 1 fourteenth day of the second month at e.
9. 21 cloud abode from even nnto the morning
19. 7 priest shall be unclean until the even
19. 8, 10 be unclean until the even ; 19. 21, 22.
*28. 4, 8 the other lamb shalt thou offer at even
Deut 28 67 thou shalt say Would God it were even !
*Heb. between the two evening tunes.
.Tudg2o. 23 and wept before the LORI) until even, and
20. 26 fasted that day until even, and offered
21. 2 and abode there till even before God
Ruth 2. 17 she gleaned in the field until even, and
2 Sa. i. 12 and fasted until even, for Saul, and for
2 Ch.iS. 34 stayed (himself) up. .until the even
Eze. 12. 7 in the even I digged through the wall
1.Late (in the evening), o\l/t npse.
Markn. 19 when even was come, he went out of the
Z.Evening, tyia opsia.
Matt. 8. 16 When the even was come, they brought
20. 8 So when even was come, the lord of the
26. 20 when the even was come, he sat down
27. 57 When the even was come, there came a
Mark 4. 35 when the even was come, he saith unto
6. 47 when even was come, the ship was in the
15. 42 when the even was come, because it was
John 6. 16 when even was (now) come, his disciples
EVEN, at
l.Evening, 3^ ercb.
Gen. 19. i there came two angels to Sodom at even
Exodi2. 1 8 the fourteenth day of the month at even
12. 1 8 and twentieth day of the month at even
16. 6 At even, then ye shall know that the LORD
16. 13 at even the quails came up, and covered
Lev. 23. 32 in the ninth (day) of the month at even
Num. 9. 15 at even there was upon the tabernacle as
19. 19 bathe himself, .and shall be clean at even
Deut 16. 4 thou sacrificedst the first day at even
1 6. 6 thou shalt sacrifice the passover at even
28. 67 at even thou shalt say, Would God it
Josh. 5. 10 the fourteenth day of the month at even
Judgig. 16 from his work out of the field at even
1 Sa. 20. 5 in the field unto the third (day) at even
2 Sa. it. 13; i Ki. 22. 35; i Ch. 23. 30 ; Eze. 12. 4.
1. Evening having come, oifia? yej/o/uVT)s.
Mark i. 32 And at even, when the sun did set
S.Late (in the evening), otyf opse.
Mark 1 3. 35 at even, or at midnight, or at the cock
EVEN as
\.Even as, KaOdirfp katho,per.
Rom. 4. 6 Even as David also describeth the bless.
2 Co. i. 14 even as ye also (are) ours in the day of
2.A ccording as, KaBus kathos.
Mark1 1. 6 said unto them even as Jesus had comm.
Luke i. 2 Even as they delivered them unto us
19. 32 and found even as he had said unto them
John 5. 23 the Son, even as they honour the Father
12. 50 even as the Father said unto me, so I
15. 10 even as I have kept my Father s comman.
17. 14, 16 even as I am not of the world
17. 22 that they may be one, even as we are one
Rom. i. 28 even as they did not like to retain God
i Co. i. 6 Even as the testimony of Christ was
ii. i followersof me, even as I also (am) of Chr.
13. 12 then shall I know even as also I am
Gal. 3. 6 Even as Abraham believed God, ard it
Phil. i. 7 Even as it is meet for me to think this
i Th. 5. ii and edify one another, even as also ye do
i Jo. 2. 6 ought, .also so to walk, even as he walked
2. 27 even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide
3. 3 purifieth himself, even as he is pure
3. 7 is righteous, even as he is righteous
3 Jo. 2 be in health, even as thy soul prospereth
3 even as thou walkest in the truth
3.In what turn or manner, bv Tp6irov hon tropon.
Matt. 23. 37 even as a hen gathereth her chickens
4. So, according to what manner, (ourus) Ka6 t>t>
TpAirov. (houtds) kath hon tropon.
Acts 15. ii believe, .we shall be saved, even as they
27. 25 that it shall be even as it was told me
5. As, us hos.
Mattis. 28 be it unto thee even as thou wilt
Mark 4. 36 they took him even as he was in the ship
i Co. 12. 2 Gentiles, carried away, .even as ye were
Eph. 5. 33 every one. .love his wife even as himself
i Pe. 3. 6 Even as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling
Jude 7 Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the
6. Even as, fienrep hosper.
Matt. 5. 48 [even as] your Father which is in heaven
20. 28 Even as the Son of man came not to be
EVEN like
As, according as, us hos.
Rev. 21. ii even like a jasper stone, clear as crystal
EVEN ..not
AW eren, ovSt oude.
Johii2i. 25 even the world itself could not contain
EVEN now
1. To day, Dvn hay-yarn.
Deut.3i. 21 even now, before I have brought them
2.JV0M?, &prt arti.
Matt. 9. 1 8 My daughter is even now dead : but
S.Xow, already, ^5rj ede.
Lukeig. 37 even now at the descent of the mount of
EVEN place
Uprightness, a plain, lie* ? mishor.
Psa. 26. 12 My foot standeth in an even place : in
EVEN so
[.As thus, n~5 kakah.
Jer. 19. ii Even BO will I break this people, and thia
EVEN 310 EVER
2. So, thus, }9 krn.
Exod39. 43 Loni). .cutnniandeil, even so had they
3. Yes, yea, vai nui.
Matt 1 1. 26 Kven so, Father ; for so it seemed good in
Luke to. 21 even an, Father : for so it seemed good
Rev. i. 7 shall wail because of him. Kven so. A.
16. 7 Kven so, Lord (Jod Almighty, true and
22. 20 come quickly. Amen. [Even so], come
4. Thus, mi, OVTU, OVTUS houtii, houtiJs.
Matt. 7. 17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth
12. 45 Even so shall it be also unto this wicked
18. 14 Eveu so it is not the will of your Father
23. 28 Even so ye also outwardly appear right.
John 3. 14 even so must the Son of mau be lifted
14. 31 Father gave me commandment, even so
Acts 12. 15 constantly affirmed that it was eveu so
Rom. 6. 4 even so we also should walk in newness
6. 19 even so now yield your members servants
n. 31 Even so have these also now not believed
i Co. ii. 12 eveu so (is) the man also by the woman
i -Th. 2. 4 But as we were allowed, .even so we
4. 14 even so them also which sleep in Jesus
f>. Kven so, itffu&mt hitautSt.
1 Ti. 3. 1 1 Even so (must their) wives (be) grave
EVEN to, unto, until
1. Unto, iy ad.
Bxodaj. 5 may be even to the midst of the altar
"2. Unto, up to, wy heos.
Mattz6. 38 is exceeding sorrowful, even unto death
2 Co. 3 15 even unto this day, when ; i Jo. 2 9.
3. Until, as fur (is, &XPL
"XP y chri achris.
Acts ii. 5 a great sheet, .and it came ; Heb. 4. 12.
i Co. 4 1 1 even unto this present hour
EVEN thu
According to these things, Kara ravra kntu timtii.
Lukei7. 30 Even thus shall it be in the day when the
EVEN. ..very
And, Kai kai.
Luke 1 2. 7 even the very hairs of your head are all
EVEN, also
Anil, Kai kai.
Luke t,. 33 have ye? for sinners also do even the same
EVEN, and
l.And, Kai kai.
i Jo. 4. 3 and eveu now already is it in the world
2. Yet even, at the same time, opus homos.
i Co. 14. 7 even things without life giving sound
EVENING
1.7*0 do (it) in the evening, yyj arab, l>.
i Sa. 17. 16 Philistine drew near morning and evening
2. Ere/iiny, :nj; ereb.
Gen. i. 5, 8, 13, 19, 23, 31 evening and the morning
*
8. 1 1 the dove came in to him in the evening
24. ii at the time of the evening, (even) the time
29. 23 it came to pass in the evening, that he
30. 1 6 Jacob came out of the field in the even.
tExodi2. 6 Israel shall kill it in the evening
16. 8 shall give you in the evening flesh to eat
18. 13 stood, .from the morning unto the even.
27. 21 shall order it from evening to morning
Lev. 24. 3 order it from the evening unto the morn.
Dent 23. ii when evening cometh on, he shall wash
Josh 10. 26 hanging upon the trees until the evening
i .Sa. 14. 24 man that eateth (any) food until evening
30. 17 even unto the evening of the next day
1 Ki.i7. 6 and bread and flesh in the evening
2 Ki. 16. 15 the evening meat offering, and the king s
1 Oh. 1 6. 40 offering continually morning and evening
2 Oh. 2. 4 the burnt offerings morning and evening
13. 1 1 every morning and every evening burnt
13. ii the lamps thereof, to 1mm every evening
31. 3 the morning and evening burnt offerings
Ezra "3. 3 (even) burnt offerings morning and even.
9. 4 sat astonied until the evening sacrifice
9. 5 at the evening sacrifice I arose up from
\
Ksth. 2. 14 In the evening she went, and on the mor. \
Job 4. 20 They are destroyed from morning to ev.
Vsa. 55. 17 Evening, and morning, and at noon, will
59. 6 They return at evening ; they make a
59. 14 at evening let them return ; (and)
65. 8 outgoings of the morning and evening
90. 6 in the evening it is cut down, and with.
104. 23 and to his labour until the evening
141. 2 lifting up of my hands (as) the evening
ti rov. 7. 9 in the evening, in the black and dark
Keel. 1 1. 6 in the evening withhold not thine hand
.Jer. 6. 4 shadows of the evening are stretched out
Eze. 33. 22 hand of the LORD, .upon me in the eveu.
46. 2 gate shall not be shut until the evening
Dan. 8. 26 the vision of the evening and the morn.
9. 3i about the time of the evening oblatimi
Hal), i. 8 are more fierce than the evening wolves
Zeph. 2. 7 shall they lie down in the evening
3. 3 her judges (are) evening wolves ; they
Zecb 14. 7 (that) at evening time it shall be light
3..1 plain, wilderness. Arabah, na^ arabah.
Jer. 5 . 6 a wolf of the evenings shall spoil them
4.Eieniny, eventide, fa-irtpa hespera.
Luke24. 29 it is toward evening, and ; Acts 28. 23.
Hebrew, tth ereb. t Hebrew, brtwetn the tiro
<" -iiuij tunes. (Hebrew, ereb yum.
i>. Evening, o\l/ia upsin.
.Matt 14. 15 when it was evening, his disciples came
16. 2 When it is evening, ye say, (It will lie)
EVENING, at
// l>i-in(f late, odffijs otyias (Hints opsias.
Johii2o. 19 the same day at evening, being the first
EVENING, in the
Evening haviny c<nne, o^/ias yfvofifvws opsin8 yen.
Mark i4. 17 in the evening he cometh with the twelve
EVENING, toward
To be lute, ^"^ la-arob.
Judgiy. 9 the day draweth toward evening, I pray
EVENING tide, or eventide
I. Time of even in i/, 3-y; ny. eth ereb.
2 Sa. ii. 2 it came to pass in an evening tide, that
Isa. 17. 14 behold at evening tide trouble; (and)
l.Kreniny, ia-iripa hespera.
Acts 4. 3 unto the next day : for it was now even,
j. The hour being late, otyias TT/S Spar. [hdra].
Markn. n the eventide was come, he went out unto
EVENT
f hanre, titrurrence, event, "np.7 iniqreh.
Eccl. 2. 14 also that one event happeueth to them all
9. 2 (there is) one event to the righteous, and
q. 3 that (there is) one event unto all
EVENTIDE
\. Even ing, TIJ; ereb.
Josh. 7. 6 and fell to the earth, .until the eventide
J. Time of evening, 3"ji* ny eth ereb.
Josh. 8. 29 of Ai he hanged on a tree until eventide
3. Approach of evening, 2~ij, ni32 penoth ereb.
(Zen. 24. 63 to meditate in the field at the eventide
EVER
1. To 2>re-eminence, perpetuity, riSJj
1 la-netsach.
Isa. 28. 28 he will not ever be threshing it, 33. 20.
l.Age, aye-lasting, cViy olam.
Gen. 13. 15 will I give it, and to thy seed for ever
Exodu. 24 ordinance to thee and. .thy sons for ever
2;. 21 (It shall be) a statute for ever unto their
28. 43 (It shall be) a statute for ever unto him
29. 28 a statute for ever from the children of
30. 21 it shall l)e a statute for ever to them
Lev. 6. 1 8 (It shall be) a statute for ever in your
6. 22 (it is) a statute for ever unto the LORD
7. 34 by a statute for ever from among the
7. 36 (by) a statute for ever throughout their
10. 9 (it shall be) a statute forever throughout
10. 15 it shall be thine, .by a statute for ever
1 6. 29 (this) shall be a statute for ever unto you
16. 31 afflict your souls, by a statute for ever
17. 7 This shall be a statute for ever unto them
23. 14, 2i, 31, 4 1 -(it shall be) a statute for ever
24. 3 (it shall be) a statute for ever in your
Xinn 10. S shall be to you for an ordinance for ever
15. 15 an ordinance for ever in your generations
18. 8 and to thy sous, by an ordinance forever
18. ii, 19, daughters with thee, by a statute fore.
18. 23 (It shall be) a statute for ever through.
19. 10 unto the stranger, .for a statute for ever
Deut 12. 28 and with thy children after thee for ever
13. 16 it shall be an heap for ever; it shall not
15. 17 and he shall be thy servant for ever
23. 3 not enter into the congregation . . for ever
28. 46 be upon thee. .and upon thy seed for ever
29. 29 unto us and to our children for ever
Josh. 4. 7 unto the children of Israel for ever
8. 28 made it an heap for ever, (even) a desola.
14. 9 inheritance, and thy children s for ever
1 Sa. i. 22 before the LORD, and there abide for ever
2. 30 thy house, .should walk before me for e.
3. 13 that I will judge his house for ever for
3. 14 not be purged with sacrifice, .for ever
13. 13 established . .kingdom tipon Israel for ev.
20. 15 cut. .thy kindness from my house for cv.
20. 23 the LOKD (be) between thee and me for e.
20. 42 and between my seed and thy seed for ev.
27. 1 2 therefore he shall be my servant for ever
2 Sa. 3. 28 (are) guiltless before the LORD for ever
7. 13 establish, .throne of his kingdom forever
/. 16 shall be established for ever before thee
7. 16 thy throne shall be established for ever
7 24 Israel (to be) a people unto thee forever
7. 25 concerning his house, establish (it) for ev.
7. 26 let thy name be magnified for ever
i Ki. 2. 33 there be peace for ever from the LORD
2. 45 be established before the LORD for ever
8. 13 settled place for. .to abide in for ever
9. 3 thishouse . . to put my name there forever
1 Ch. 15. 2 chosen, .to minister unto him for ever
16. 36 Blessed (be) .he LuRPGod. .foreverande.
17. 12 and I will establish his throne for ever
17. 14 in mine house and in my kingdom forever
17. 22 didst thou make thine own people for ev.
17. 23 let the thing, .be established for ever
17. 24 that thy name may be magnified for ever
22. 10 and I will establish the throne, .for ever
23. 13 he and his sons for ever, to burn incense
23. 13 and to bless in his name for ever
28. 8 for your children after you for ever
2 Ch. 6. 2 and a place for thy dwelling for ever
7. 16 house, that my name may he there for e.
Ezra 9. 12 nor seek their peace or their wealth fore.
9. 12 an inheritance to your children for ever
>>* ). 5 bless the LORD your God for everuderr
Neh. 13. i not come into the congregation . .for ever
Job 41. 4 wilt thou take him for a servant for ever ?
I sa. 5. 1 1 let them ever shout for joy, because thou
10. 16 The LORD (is) King for ever and
21. 4 (even) length of days for ever and
28. 9 feed them also, and lift them up for ever
45. 6 Thy throne, O God, (is) for ever and
48. 8 God will establish it forever
48. 14 For this God (is) our God for eve;- and
52. 8 I trust in the mercy of (Jod for ever and
61. 4 I will abide in thy tabernacle for ever
61. 7 He shall abide before God or ever
66. 7 He ruleth by his power for ever ; his
89. i sing of the mercies of the LORD for ever
89. 2 said, Mercy shall be built up for ever
89. 4 Thy seed will I establish for ever, ami
89 37 It shall be established for ever as the
104. 5 (that) it should not be removed for ever
in. 5 he will ever be mindful of his covenant
in. 8 They stand fast for. .ever, (and are)
1 19. 98 mine enemies ; for they (are) ever with
125. 2 his people from henceforth, even for ever
131. 3 in the LORD from henceforth and for ever
148. 6 also established them for. .ever
Isa. 9. 7 justice from henceforth even for ever
30. 8 for the time to come for. .ever
32. 14 and towers shall be for dens for ever
32. 17 quietness and assurance for ever
34. 17 they shall possess it for ever, from gener.
59. 21 saith the LORD, .henceforth and for ever
Jer. 7. 7 I gave to your fathers, for ever and ever
1 7. 4 kindled a fire . . (which) shall burn forever
25. 5 you and to your fathers for ever and ever
35. 6 drink no wine . . ye, nor your sons for ever
49. 33 And Hazor shall be . . a desolation for ever
51. 26 thou shall be desolate for ever, saith the
51. 62 but that it shall be desolate for ever
Eze. 37. 25 and their children s children, for ever
Dan. 12. 7 sware by him that liveth for ever, that
Joel 2. 2 there hath not been ever the like, neither
Mic. 4. 7 the LORD shall reign over them .. for ever
Mai. i. 4 whom the LORD hath indignation forever
?>.To strive, 3"> rib.
Judgn. 25 did he ever strive against Israel, or did
4. Continually, vpfl tamid.
Psa. 25. 15 Mine eyes (are) ever toward the LORD; for
51. 3 and my sin (is) ever before me
,"). What is before (in time or place), G~$. qedem.
1 rov. 8. 23 from the beginning, or ever the earth wa*
o. .1 1 ways, aye, dei aei.
Markis. 8 (him to do) as he had ever done unto
7. To the aye, tls rbv aliava eis ton aiona.
Heb. 7. 24 this (man), because he coutinueth ever
8. To all the ages, tis iravras TOVS alitivas eis pantos.
Jude 25 dominion and power, both now and ever
Q.Alway, at all time, iravrorf pantote.
Luke 15. 31 Son, thou art ever with me, and all that
JohniS. 20 I ever taught in the synagogue, and in
1 Tli. 4. 17 so shall we ever be with the Lord
5. 15 ever follow that which is good, both
2 Ti. 3. 7 Ever learning, and never able to come to
Heb. 7. 25 he ever liveth to make intercession for
EVER, for
1.7*0 pre-eminence, perpetuity, n?fo la-netsach t n>j
netsach.
2 Sa. 2. 26 Shall the sword devour for ever? knowest
Job 4. 20 perish for ever without any regarding
14. 20 Then prevailest for ever against him. and
20. 7 shall perish for ever like his own dung
23. 7 should I be delivered for ever from my
36. 7 he doth establish them for ever, and they
Psa. 13. i How long wilt thon forget. .O LORD? fore.?
44. 23 O LORD ? arise, casl (us) not off for ever
49. 9 he should still live for ever, (and) not see
52. 5 God shall likewise destroy thee for ever
68. 16 yea, the LORD will dwell (in it) for ever
74. i () God, why hasl thou cast (us) off for e.f
74. 10 the enemy blaspheme thy name forever?
74 19 forget not the congregation, .for ever
77. 8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever? doth
79. 5 wilt thou be angry for ever : shall thy
89. 46 will thou hide thyself forever? shall thy
Jer. 50. 39 it shall be no more inhabited for ever
Lam. 5. 20 Wherefore dost thou forget us for ever
Amos T. ii and he kept his wrath forever
^..Dx ration, continuity, ty ad.
Nuni24. 20 end (shall be) that he perish for ever
24. 24 Eber, and he also shall perish for ever
i Oh. 28. 9 forsake him, he will cast thee off forever
Job 19. 24 they were graven, .in the rock for ever
Psa. 9. 18 expectation . .shall (not) perish for ever
19. 9 The fear of the LORD, .enduring for ever
21. 6 thon hast made him most blessed forever
22. 26 your heart shall live for ever
37. 29 righteous shall, .dwell therein for ever
61. 8 will I sing praise unto thy name for ever
83. 17 them be confounded and troubled forever
89. 29 seed also will I make (to endure) for ever
92. 7 that they shall be destroyed for ever
in. 3 and his righteousness endureth for ever
in. 8 They stand fast for ever and
in. 10 his praise endureth for ever
112. 3, o his righteousness endureth for erer
132. 14 This (is) my rest for ever : here will I
148. 6 also stablished them for ever and erer
Prov 12. 19 lip of truth shall be established for evr
EVER 311 EVERLASTING
Prov 20. 14 his throne shall be established for ever
Isa. a6. 4 Trust ye in the LORD for ever : for in the
64 g LOuit neitheriiemembwIniquity
lor ever
6s -8 rejoice for ever (in that) which I create
Mic. 7. 18 heretainethuothi.iangerforever,becaiise
Z.Aqe-lasting, oViy, D^iyiy, cViyS. (le or ml) olam.
Gen ; 22 take also of the tree . .and live for ever
Exod t 15 this (is) my name toe ever, and this (is)
i- 14 keep it a feast by an ordinance for ever
,., I7 ye observe, .by an ordinance for ever
14 13 ye shall see them again no more for ever
IQ o people may hear . . and believe thee for e v.
2i 6 and he shall serve him forever
oi 17 a sign between me and . .Israel for ever
t- H seed, and they shall inherit (it) for ever
Lev 2s 46 they shall bo your bondmen for ever: but
NamiS. 19 it (is) a covenant of salt for ever before
Deut s. 29 with them, and with their children for e.
25 6 nor their prosperity all thy days for ever
J. 4o lift up my hand, .and say, I live for ever
2 Sa 7 20 that it may continue for ever before thee
7 2q house of thy servant be blessed for ever
i Ki. . 31 said, Let my lord king David live for ever
-> 33 and upon the head of his seed for ever
2! 33 shall there be peace for ever from the
q 5 Then I will establish the throne .for ever
10. 9 because the LORD loved Israel for ever
a Ki 5 27 unto thee, and unto thy seed for ever
21 7 In this house . . will I put my name for ever
I Ch.i6. 34 (heis)good. .hismercy(endureth)forever
16 41 because his mercy (endureth) for ever
17 27 that it may be before thee for ever
2325 that they may dwell in Jerusalem for ever
28 4 chose me . . to be king over Israel for ever
28 7 I will establish his kingdom for ever, if
29 18 keep this for ever in the imagination of
aCh 2 4 This (is an ordinance) for ever to Israel
e 13 (he is) good . .his mercy (eudureth) for e.
7 3 (he is) good . . his mercy (endureth) for ever
7 6 because his mercy (endureth) for ever
e S loved Israel, to establish them for ever
i- 5 gave the kingdom . .to David for ever
20 7 gavest it to the seed of Abraham . . for ever
20 21 Praise the LOKD. .mercy (endureth) for e.
30 8 which he hath sanctified for ever
- 4 In Jerusalem shall my name be for ever
Ezra 3. ii his mercy (endureth) for ever toward Is.
Neh 2. i Let the king live for ever : why should
Pga q 7 the LORD shall endure for ever : he hath
12 7 preserve . . from this generation for ever
20 10 yea, the LORD sitteth King for ever
12 God, I will give thanks unto thee for ever
3*3 n The counsel of the LORD standeth for e.
37. 18 and their inheritance shall be for ever
37. 28 they are preserved for ever : but the seed
41. 12 and settest me before thy face for ever
44 8 we boast . . and praise thy name for ever
45 - therefore God hath blessed thee for ever
5 8 For the redemption, .ceaseth for ever
49 ii (that) their houses (shall continue) for e.
S2 o I will praise thee for ever, because thou
72. 17 His name shall endure for ever : his name
72. IQ And blessed (be) his glorious name for e.
73 26 of my heart, and my portion for ever
7? o I will declare for ever ; I will sing praises
77! 7 Will the Lord cast off for ever ? and will
-8 69 earth which he hath established for ever
70 13 So we. .will give thee thanks for ever
Si 15 their time should have endured for ever
8= s Wilt thou be angry with us for ever > wilt
Sc 16 His seed shall endure for ever, and his
102 12 thou, O LORD, shalt endure for ever, and
io- 9 neither will he keep (his anger) for ever
104 -i glon of the LOKD shall endure for ever
105 8 He hath remembered his covenant for e
106. i (he is) good . .his mercy (endureth) for e.
107. i (he is) good . .his mercy (endureth) for e.
1 10 4 Thou (art>a priest for ever after the order
in. 9 he hath commanded his covenant for e.
112 6 Surely he shall not be moved for ever
117 2 the truth of the LORD (endureth) for ever
118 i, 2, 3, 4, 29 his mercy (endureth) for ever
no 89 For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled i
IIQ! in testimonies., taken as an heritage for evei
no 152 that thou hast founded them for ever
no. 160 thy righteous judgments (endureth) fore
125 i cannot be removed, (but) abideth for e.
i 17 Thy name, O LORD, (endureth) for ever
136. i, 2, 3, 4, 5 for his mercy (endureth) for ev
[So in V. 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, n, 12, 13, 14, J5> 16, 17, 18, 19, 20
ai, 22, 23, *4, 25, 26.]
138. 8 thy mercy, O LORD, (endureth) for ever
-46. 6 which keepcth truth for ever
146 10 The LORD shall reign for ever, (even) thy
Prov - 7. 24 riches (are) not for ever : and doth the
Eccl. i. 4 but the earth abideth for ever
2 16 no remembrance of the wise . .for ever
- 14 whatsoever God doeth, it shall be forev.
9 6 neither have they . . more a portion for e.
In. 74. 10 the smoke thereof shall go up for ever
40 8 the word of our God shall stand for ever
47. 7 thou saidst, I shall be a lady for ever
51. 6 but my salvation shall be for ever, and
51. 8 my righteousness shall be for ever, and
57. 16 I will not contend for ever, neither will
60 21 they shall inherit the land for ever, the
Ter. 3 . 5 Will he reserve (his anger) for ever? will
3. 12 (and) I will not keep (anger) for ever
17. 25 and this city shall remain for ever
31 40 nor thrown down any more for ever
33. ii good; for his mercy (eudureth) for ever
Lam. 3. 31 For the Lord will not cast off forever
5. 19 Thou, O LORD, remainest for < ver ; thy
Eze 37 25 and their children ! children for ever
17 25 David (shall be) their prince for ever
4*. 7 midst of the children of Israel for ever
3 9 will dwell in the midst of them for ever
Hos 2 19 And I will betroth thee unto me forever
Joel 3. 20 Judah shall dwell for ever, and Jerusa.
Obad. 10 and thou shalt be cut off for ever
Jon. 2. 6 earth with her bars (was) about me for e.
Mic 2. 9 have ye taken away my glory for ever
Zech. i. 5 and the prophets, do they live for ever?
4. To the age, oi vy.
1
? le-elom.
2 Ch. 33 . 7 In this house, .will I put my name for e.
5.Hidden time, D"?J; alum.
Dan. 2. 4 O king, live for ever: tell thy .servants the
2 44 and the kingdom, .shall stand for ever
3 9 They spake and said. .Oking, live forever
4 34 honoured him that liveth for ever, whose
s 10 O king, live for ever ; let not thy thoughts
6 6 and said thus. .King Darius, live for ever
6 21 Then said Daniel. .<) king, live for ever
6. 26 (is) the living God, and stedfast for ever
6.A cutting off, extinction, nrrpv tsemithuth.
Lev 25 23 The land shall not be sold for ever : for
25. 30 walled city shall be established for ever
7.For length of dai/s, D p; ^tt
1
? le-orek yamim.
Psa 23. 6 dwell in the house of the LORD for ever
93. 5 holiness becometh thine house, .for ever
S. Age-lasting, altavios aionios.
Phm. 15 that thou shouldest receive him for ever
9. To the age, eiy aliava. eis aiona.
Matt. 6. 13 and the power, and the glory for ever
21 . 19 no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ev.
Markii. 14 No man eat fruit of thee. .for ever
Luke i. 33 reign over the house of Jacob for ever
i 55 to Abraham, and to his seed [for ever]
John 6. 51 eat of this bread, he shall live for ever
6. 58 eateth of this bread shall live for ever
8. 35 servant abideth not in the house for ever
8. 35 (but) the Son abideth ever
12. 34 We have heard . . Christ abideth for ever
14 16 that he may abide with you for ever
Rom i. 25 than the Creator, who is blessed for ever
q 5 who is over all, God blessed for ever
1 1 36 (are) all things : to whom (be) glory for e.
16. 27 (be) glory, through Jesus Christ for ever
2 Co. 9. 9 his righteousness remaineth for ever
Heb. 5. 6 Thou (art) a priest for ever after the
6 20 (even) Jesus, made an high priest for ever
7 . 17, 21 Thou (art) a priest for ever, after the
13 8 same yesterday, and to day, and for ever
1 Pe i 23 word., which liveth and abideth [for ever]
i 25 the word of the Lord endureth for ever
2 Pe 217 the mist of darkness is reserved [for ever]
1 Jo 217 doeth the will of God abideth for ever
2 Jo. 2 dwelleth in us . . shall be with us for ever
Jude 13 reserved .. blackness of darkness for ever
10. To the day of the age, (is ^tpav aliavos.
2 Pe. 3. 18 To him (be) glory both now and for ever
\\.Cmtinuouslil, eij rb SiTjveic/s eis to dienekes.
Heb 10. 12 ha"d offered one sacrifice for sins for ever
10. 14 perfected for ever them that are sancti.
EVER (and ever), for
1 To perpetuity, D nyj n$j? le.-nelsach netsachim.
Isa. 34. 10 none shall pass through it for ever and ev.
2.To the age and onward, ijn oSiyS le-olam va-ed,
Exodi 5 . 1 8 The LORD shall reign for ever and ever
Psa o 5 hast put out their name for ever and ever
jo 16 The LORD (is) king for ever and ever
21 4 (even) length of days for ever and ever
45 6 Thy throne, O God, (is) for ever and ever
4 r I7 the people praise thee for ever and ever
48 14 For this God (is) our God for ever and ev
*2 81 trust in the mercy of God for ever and e.
104 5 (that) it should not be removed for ever
i ii 8 They stand fast for ever and ever, (and are;
no 44 keep thy law continually for ever and ev.
145 i I will bless thy name for ever and ever
145 2 I will praise thy name for ever and ever
145 21 bless his holy name for ever and ever
Isa 30 8 be for the time to come for ever and evei
Dan !> 3 shine . . as the stars for ever and ever
Mic. 4. 5 name of the LORD . .God for ever and ev.
S.Frorn eternity to eternity, nViyn nyi DSiyn 1= [olam]
i Ch. 16. 36 Blessed (be) the LORD, .for ever and ever
2q. 10 Blessed (be) thou, LORD. . for ever and e.
Neh. 9. 5 bless the LORD your God for ever and e
4. From age even unto age, K^y ~HH N?^"P [alem</\.
Dan 2 20 Blessed be the name, .for ever and ever
7. 18 kingdom for ever, even for ever and evei
5. To ages of ages, (is aitavas aui<v<av [a ion],
Rev. 14 ii smoke, .ascendeth up for ever and ever
6. To the age of the age, sis rbv aiuva TOV aiavos.
Heb. i. 8 Thy throne, O God, (is) for ever and ever
7. To the ages of the ages, eis TOVS aluvas TWV
Gal i. 5 To whom (be) glory for ever and ever. A.
Phil 4. 20 Now unto God . .(be) glory for ever and e.
1 Ti. 1.17 (be) honour and glory for ever and ever
2 Ti 4. 18 to whom (be) glory for ever and ever. A.
Heb 13. 21 to whom (be) glory for ever [and ever]. A.
i Pe. 4. n be praise and dominion for ever and ever
5. n (be) glory and dominion for ever (and er.]
Rev. i. 6 (be) glory and dominion forever [and ev. j
4. 9 to him . . who liveth for ever and ever
4. 10 worship him that liveth for ever and ever
5. 13 and unto the Lamb for ever and ever
5. 14 worshipped him . .[liveth for ever and ev. J
7. 12 (be) unto our God for ever and ever, Am.
10. 6 sware by him that liveth for ever and ever
n. 15 and he shall reign for ever and ever
15. 7 wrath of God, who liveth for ever and e.
19. 3 And her smoke rose up for ever and ever
20. 10 tormented day and night for ever and e.
22. 5 and they shall reign for ever and ever
EVER yet
Once, at any time, wort pote.
Eph. 5. 29 no man ever yet hated his own flesh ; but
EVER, or
Kefore, irp6 pro.
Acts 23. 15 we, or ever he come near, are ready to
EVER of old
Age, age-lasting, nSy olam.
Psa. 25. 6 mercies . . for they (have been) ever of old
EVERLASTING
I. Duration, continuity, iy ml.
Isa. 9. 6 everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace
Hab. 3. 6 the everlasting mountains were scattered
2. Age, age-lasting, cSiy olam.
Gen. 9. 16 I may remember the everlasting coven.
17. 7 for an everlasting covenant, to be a God
17. 8 Canaan, for an everlasting possession
17.13 my covenant . . for an everlasting covenant
17. 19 with him for an everlasting covenant
21. 33 the name of the LORD, the everlasting G.
48. 4 this land . .(for) an everlasting possession
49. 26 the utmost bound of the everlasting hills
Exod4o. 15 shall surely be an everlasting priesthood
Lev. 16. 34 shall be an everlasting statute unto you
24. 8 (being taken) . . by an everlasting covenant
Num25. 13 the covenant of an everlasting priesthood
Deut 33. 27 and underneath (are) the everlasting anna
2 Sa. 23. 5 hath made with me an everlasting cove,
t Ch.i6. 17 (and) to Israel (for) an everlasting cove.
Psa. 24. 7 and be ye lift yp, ye everlasting doors
24. 9 even lift (them) up, ye everlasting doors
41.13 God . . from everlasting, and to everlasting
90. 2 from everlasting to everlasting, thou (art)
93. 2 of old ; thou (art) from everlasting
oo. 5 the LORD is good ; his mercy (is) everlast
03. 17 LORD (is) from everlasting to everlasting
05. 10 (and) to Israel (for) an everlasting cove.
06. 48 Blessed, .from everlasting to everlasting
12. 6 righteous shall be in everlasting remem.
19. 142 righteousness (is).. everlasting right.
19. 144 Thy righteousness, .(is) an everlasting
39 24 and lead me in the way everlasting
45. 13 Thy kingdom (is) an everlasting kingdom
Prov. 8. 23 I was set up from everlasting, from the
10. 25 righteous (is) an everlasting foundation
Isa. 24. 5 have.. broken the everlasting covenant
26. 4 the LORD JEHOVAH (is) everlasting stre
33. 14 shall dwell with everlasting burnings ?
35. 10 and everlasting joy upon their heads
40. 28 thou not heard, (that) the everlasting God
45 17 be saved . . with an everlasting salvation
51. n everlasting joy (shall be) upon their head
54. 8 with everlasting kindness will I have
55 3 I will make an everlasting covenant with
55! 13 for an everlasting sign (that) shall not be
56 5 I will give them an everlasting name
60 19 shall be unto thee an everlasting light
60 20 the LORD shall be thine everlasting light
61. 7 everlasting joy shall be unto them
61 8 make an everlasting covenant with them
63 12 to make himself an everlasting name
63 16 our Redeemer ; thy name (is) from ever.
Jer 10. 10 the living God, and an everlasting king
20 n (their) everlasting confusion shall never
2 q 40 bring an everlasting reproach upon you
31! % have loved thee with an everlasting love
o2 40 make an everlasting covenant with them
Eze 1 6 60 establish unto thee an everlasting coven
37 26 be an everlasting covenant with them
Dan q 24 to bring in everlasting righteousness, and
1 2 2 some to everlasting life , and some to .. ev.
Mic ; 2 (have been) from of old, from everlasting
Hab. 3. 6 hills did bow : his ways (are) everlasting
3. Age, age-lasting, cSy alam.
Dan 4 3 his kingdom (is) an everlasting kingdom
4 34 whose dominion (is) an everlasting dom.
7 14 his dominion (is) an everlasting dominion
7. 27 whose kingdom (is) an everlasting king.
4 What is before (in time or place), .01(5 qedem.
Hab. i. 12 (Art) thou not from everlasting, O LORD
5. Perpetual, attiios aidios.
Jude 6 he hath reserved in everlasting chains
Q. Age-lasting, aiuvws aionios.
MattiS. 8 or two feet to be cast into everlasting fire
iq. 29 and shall inherit everlasting life
25. 41 Depart, .ye cursed, into everlasting nre
25. 46 shall go awayintoeverlastingpunishment
Lukei6 9 receive you into everlasting habitations
18. 30 and in the world to come life everlasting
John 3. 16 not perish, but have everlasting life
3. 36 believeth on the Son hath everlasting
EVERMORE 312 EVERY
John 4.
5-
6.
6.
6.
12.
Acts 13.
Rom. 6.
1 6.
Gal. 6.
1 Th. i.
iTi. i!
6.
Heh. 13.
2 Pe. i.
Rev. 14.
14 water springing up into everlasting life
24 hath everlasting life, and shall not come
27 meat which endureth uuto everlasting
40 believeth on him. may have everlasting
47 believeth on me hath everlasting life
50 that his commandment is life everlasting
46 yourselves unworthy of everlasting life
22 holiness, and the end everlasting life
26 the commandment of the everlasting God
8 shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting
9 be punished with everlasting destruction
16 hath given (us) everlasting consolation
16 believe on him to life everlasting
16 to whom (be) honour and power everlas.
20 the blood of the everlasting covenant
ii abundantly into the everlasting kingdom
6 having the everlasting gospel to preach
EVER MORE
1. Pre-eminence, perpetuity, nyj netsach.
Psa. 16. ii (there are) pleasures for evermore
I.Age, age-lasting, oVij; olam.
2 Sa. 22. 51 unto David, and to his seed for evermore
1 Ch.i7. 4 throne shall be established for evermore
Psa. 1 8. 50 to David, and to his seed for evermore
106. 31 for righteousness unto all. .for evermore
113. 2 from this time forth and for evermore
115. 18 from this time forth and for evermore
121. 8 from this time forth, and even for ever.
133. 3 the blessing, (even) life for evermore
^.Continual, continually, TCP (amid.
Psa. 105. 4 Seek the LOUD, .seek his face evermore
4. To the age, tls rbv aiwva. [a/on].
2 Co.n. 31 Jesus Christ, which is blessed for ever.
Heb. 7. 28 the Son, who is consecrated for evermore
5. To the ages of the ayes, tisrot/s aOavas rwv aluvwv.
Rev. i. 1 8 I am alive for evermore, Amen ; anil
tf. A Iway, at all time, iravrorf pantote.
John 6. 34 Lord, evermore give us this bread
i Th. 5. 16 Rejoice evermore
7. To generation and generation,"^ ~hf? le-dor va-dor.
Psa. 77. 8 doth (his) promise fail for evermore ?
8. All the days, C svr 1
?? kol hay-yamim.
Deut.28 29 be only oppressed and spoiled evermore
EVER MORE, for
1. Durations o/ duration, ~<y"~!ii, tide ad.
Psa. 1 32. 12 also sit upon thy throne for evermore
2. To the age, c^yh le-olam.
Psa. 37. 27 and do good ; and dwell for evermore
86. 12 and I will glorify thy name for evermore
89. 28 My mercy will I keep for him for everm.
89. 52 Blessed (be) the LORD for evermore Am.
Q2. 8 But thou, LORD, (art most) high for ever.
Eze. 37. 26 my sanctuary in the midst .. for evermore
37. 28 be in the midst of them for evermore
EVERY (in, out of, throughout, which)
I. One, ~!n echcul.
Exod36. 30 of silver, under every board two sockets
Nuni29. 14 three tenth deals unto every bullock
Josh. 3 12 twelve men. .out of every tribe of man
i Ki. 7. 38 (and) every laver was four cubits : (and)
2. -4 /nan, t"x ish.
i Ki. 7. 30 undersetters.. at the side of every addition
3. A looman, npx ishshah.
Amos 4. 3 every (cow at that which is) before her
4.A man which, "VfX: r K ish asher.
Gen 49. 28 every one according to his blessing he
5. A II, every, "Sj kol.
Gen. 7. 4 every living substance that I have made
Psa. 39. 5 every man at his best state (is) altogether
Dan. 3. 10 every man that shall hear the sound
3. 29 every people, nation, and language
6. 12 every man that shall ask (a petition) of
6. 26 in every dominion of my kingdom men
fi. Each one, sfj fKa&ros heis hekastos.
Eph. 4. 16 working in the measure of every part
7 .Each, tuatrTos hekastos.
Luke 4. 40 he laid his hands on every one of them
6. 44 For
every tree is known by his own fruit
16. 5 he called every one of his lord s debtors
Johuig. 23 made four parts, to every soldier a part
Acts 17. 27 though he be not far from every one of
20. 31 I ceased not to warn everyone night and
21. 26 should be offered for every one of them
1 Co.i2. 18 the members every one of them in the
5- 38 God giveth . .to every seed his own body
tph. 4. 7 But unto every one of us is given grace
2. ii comforted and charged every one of you
2 Th. i. 3 charity of every one of you all toward
9. Down along or during, Kard kata, (ace.) Luke 2. 41 his parents went to Jerusalem every year
1 6. 19 and fared sumptuously every day Heb. 9. 25 entcveth into the holy place every year
10. 3 ; Luke 8. i, 4 ; Acts 14. 23; 15. 2I ; 20. 23.
9. Down through each one, Kara iva. fKavrov.
Rev. 22. 2 (and) yielded her fruit [every] month
10. A II, every, -ras pas.
Matt. 3. 10 every tree which bringeth not forth good
Matt. 4. 4 by every word that proceedeth out of
7. 17 every good tree bringeth forth good
7. 19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good
9. 35 healing every sickness and every disease
12. 25 Every kingdom divided against itself is
12. 25 every city or house divided against itself
j2. 36 every idle word that men shall speak
13. 47 into the sea, and gathered of every kind
13. 52 every scribe (which is) instructed unto
15. 13 Every plant, which my heavenly Father
1 8. 1 6 that, .every word may be established
19. 3 man to put away his wife for every cause?
Mark o. 49 [every sacrifice shall be salted with salt]
16 15 [and preach the Gospel to every creature]
Luke 2. 23 Every male that openeth the womb shall
3 5 Every valley shall be filled, and every
3. 9 every tree therefore which bringeth not
4. 4 [by bread alone, but by every word of]
4. 37 every place of the country round about
5. 17 were come out of every town of Galilee
10. i before his face into every city and place
11. 17 Every kingdom divided against itself is
John i. 9 which lighteth every man that conieth
2. 10 Every man at the beginning doth set
15. 2 Every branch in me that beareth not fr.
15. 2 every (branch) that beareth fruit he pur.
Acts 2. 5 men, out of every nation under heaven
2. 43 fear came upon every soul : and many
3. 23 (that) every soul, which will not hear
10. 35 in every nation he that feareth him, and
13. 27 Prophets which are read every sabbath
15. 21 read in the synagogues every sabbath day
15. 36 visit our brethren in every city where
1 8. 4 reasoned in the synagogue every sabbath
20. 31 warn every one night and day with tears
26. ii I punished them oft in every synagogue
Rom. 2. 9 upon every soul of man that doeth evil
3. 2 Much every way : chiefly, because that
3. 4 yea, let God be true, but every man a liar
3. 19 every mouth may be stopped, and all the
13. i every soul be subject unto the higher
14. 5 another esteemeth every day (alike)
14. ii every knee shall bow to me, and every
1 Co. i. 2 all that in every place call upon the
4. 17 as I teach every wherein every church
6. 18 Every sin that a man doeth is without the
11. 3 know, that the head of every man is Chr.
ii. 4 Every man praying or prophesying, havi.
11. 5 every woman that prayeth or prophesieth
15. 30 And why stand we in jeopardy every h.?
2 Co. 2. 14 of his knowledge by us in every place
4. 2 to every man s conscience in the sight of
7. 5 but we were troubled on every side
9. 8 that ye. .may abound to every good work
10. 5 and every high thing that exalteth itself
10. 5 every thought to the obedience of Christ
13. i shall every word be established
Gal. 5. 3 I testify again to every man that is
Eph. i. 21 every name that is named, not only in this
4. 14 carried about with every wind of doctrine
4. 16 by that which every joint supplieth
Phil. i. 3 thank my God upon every remembrance
1 . 4 in every prayer of mine for you all making
1. 18 every way, whether in pretence, or in tru.
2. 9 him a name which is above every name
2. 10 the name of Jesus every knee should bow
2. 1 1 every tongue should confess that Jesus
4. 21 Salute every saint in Christ Jesus
Col. i. 10 being fruitful in every good work, and
1.15 the first born of every creature
i. 23 (and) which was preached to every creat.
i. 28 warning every man, and teaching every
i. 28 we may present every man perfect in C.
1 Th. i. 8 in every place your faith to Godward is
2 Th. 2. 17 stablish you in every good word and work
3. 6 withdraw yourselves from every brother
3. 17 hand, which is the token in every epistle
1 Ti. 4. 4 every creature of God (is) good, and noth.
5. 10 have diligently followed every good work
2 Ti. 2. 21 (and) prepared unto every good work
4. 18 shall deliver me from every evil work
Titus i. 1 6 and unto every good work reprobate
3. i in mind, .to be ready to every good work
Phm. 6 by the acknowledging of every good thing
Heb. 2. 2 and every transgression and disobedience
3. 4 every house is builded by some (man)
5. i every high priest taken from among men
8. 3 every high priest is ordained to offer
9. 19 when Moses had spoken every precept to
10. ii every priest standeth daily ministering
12. i let us lay aside every weight, and the sin
12. 6 and scourgeth every son whom he receive.
13. 21 Make you perfect in every good work to
Jas. 1.17 Every good gift and every perfect gift
i. 19 let every man be swift to hear, slow to
3. 7 every kind of beasts, and of birds, and of
3. 1 6 there (is) confusion and every evil work
i Pe. 2. 13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of
i Jo. 4. i believe not every spirit, but try the
4. 2 Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus
4. 3 every spirit that confesseth not that
Rev. i. 7 every eye shall see him, and they (also)
5. 9 to God by thy blood out of every kindred
5. 13 every creature which is in heaven, and
6. 14 everymountainandislandwere moved out
6. 15 and every bondman, and [every] free man
14. 6 to every nation, and kindred, and tongue
16. 3 and every living soul died in the sea
16 20 every island fled away, and the mount.
18. 2 is become. . the hold of every foul spirit
1 8. x a cage of every unclean and hateful bird
18. 17 every ship uiabter, and all the company
EVERY (man) - -
Head, PKT rosh.
J udg. 5. 30 to every man a damsel (or) two ; to Siscra
EVERY man (woman)
1. A man, P x ish.
Gen. 9. 5 at the hand of every man s brother will
42. 25 restore every man s money into his sack
45. i Cause every man to go otit from me
47. 20 the Egyptians sold every man his field
Exod. i. i every man and his household came with
7. 12 they cast down every man his rod, and
12. 3 they shall take to them every man a lamb
16. 16 Gather of it every man according to hig
16. 1 6 take ye every man for (them) which (are)
16. 18 gathered every man according to his eat.
16. 21 gathered . . every man according to his e.
16. 29 abide ye every man in his place ; let no
25. 2 of every man that giveth it willingly
30. 12 they give every man a ransom for his
32. 27 Put every man his sword by his side
32. 27 (and) go in . .and slay every man his bro.
32. 27 every man his companion, and errry man
32. 29 even every man upon his son, and upon
33. 8 and stood every man (at) his tent door
33. 10 and worshipped, every man (in) his tent
36. 4 every man from his work; Heb. ifh ink.
Lev. 19. 3 fear every man his mother and his father
25. 10, 13 return every man unto his possession
25. 10 shall return every man unto his fain.
Num. i. 52 every man by his own camp, and every m.
2. 2 Every man of the children of Israel shall
2. 17 every man in his place by their standards
5. io every man s hallowed things shall be his
7. 5 to every man according to his service
11. io every man in the door of his tent
16. 17 take every man his censer, and put inse.
16. 17 before the LORD every man his censer
16. 18 they took every man his censer, and put
17. 2 write thou every man s name upon Ins
17. 9 they looked, and took every man his rod
31. 50 what every man hath gotten, of jewels of
31. 53 had taken spoil, every man for himself
36. 8 every man the inheritance of his fathers
Deut. i. 41 girded on every man his weapons of war
3. 20 ye return every man unto his possession
12. 8 every man whatsoever (is) right in his own
16. 17 Every man (shall give) as he is able
24. 16 every man shall be put to death for his
Josh 6. 5 ascend up every man straight before him
6. 20 every man straight before him, and they
24. 28 depart, every man unto his inheritance
Judg. 2. 6 Israel went every man unto his inheri.
7. 7 (other) people go every man unto his pi.
7. 21 they stood every man in his place round
7. 22 set every man s sword against his fellow
8. 24, 25 every man the earrings of his prey
9. 49 likewise cut down every man his bough
9. 55 they departed every man unto his place
17. 6 every man did (that which was) right
21. 21 catch you every man his wife of the dau.
21. 24 every man to his tribe and to his family
21. 24 from thence every man to his inheritance
1 Sa. 4. io and they lied every man into his tent
8. 22 Go ye every man unto his city
io. 25 the people away, every man to his house
13. 2 the rest, .he sent every man to his tent
13. 20 to sharpen every man his share, and his
14. 20 every man s sword was against his fellow
14. 34 hither every man his ox, and every man
14. 34 brought every man his ox with him that
25. io that break away every man from his
25. 13 Gird ye on every man his sword
25. 13 And they girded on every man his sword
26. 23 render to every man his righteousness
27. 3 every man with his household, (even) D.
30. 6 every man for his sons and for his (laugh.
30. 22 to every man his wife and his children
2 Sa. 2. 3 bring up, every man with his household
13. 9 And they went out every man from him
13. 29 every man gat him up upon his mule, and
15. 4 every man which hath any suit or cause
15. 30 the people, .covered every man his head
19. "8 for Israel had fled every man to his tent
20. i every man to his tents, O Israel
20. 2 every man of Israel went up from after
20. 22 from the city, every man to his tent
1 Ki. 4. 25 every man under his vine and under his
4. 27 all that came, .every man in his month
4. 28 every man according to his charge
8. 39 give to every man according to his ways
10. 25 they brought every man his present, ves.
12. 24 return every man to his house ; for this
20. 24 Take, .away, every man out of his place
22. 17 return every man to his house in peace
22. 36 Every man to his city, and every man to
2 Ki. 3. 25 piece of land cast every man his stone
9. 13 took every man his garment, and put
11. 8, ii every man with his weapons in his
11. 9 they took every man his men that were
12. 4 the money that every man is set at, (and)
12. 5 to them, every man of his acquaintance
14. 6 every man shall be put to death for his
14. 12 and they fled every mail to their tents
1 8. 31 (then) eat ye every man of his own vine
1 Ch.i6. 43 people departed every man to his bouse
2 Ch. 6. 30 render uuto every man according unto all
9. 24 they brought every man his present, ves.
10. 16 every man to your tents, O Israel : (and)
11. 4 return every man to his house ; for this
18. 1 6 return (therefore) every man to his house
EVERY 313 EVERY
Neh.
Esth
Job
Psa.
Isa.
Jer.
Eze.
Jon.
Mic.
Hag.
Zech.
i Ch.23. 7 every man with his weapons in his hand
8 took every man his men that were to co.
10 every man having his weapon in his hand
4 but every man shall die for his own sin
22 they lied every man to his tent
1 every man to his possession, into their
2 every man according to his service, the
i} God shake out every man from his house
8 according to every man s fHeb. ish ink.]
22 every man should bear rule in his owri
1 1 every man to find according to (his) ways
11 every man also gave him a piece
6 Surely every man walketh in a vain show
12 renderest to every man according to his
20 eat every man the flesh of his own arm
7 every man shall cast away his idols of
13 every man to his heritage, and every man
10 to give every man according to his ways
8 they shall say every man to hisncighbour
27 they tell every man to his neighbour
36 for every man s word shall be his burden
3 turn every man from his evil way, that I
26 every man (that is) mad, and maketh him.
34 every man his neighbour, and every man
9 every man should let his man servant
9 every man his maid servant, .go free
14 let ye go every man his brother an Hebr.
15, 17 proclaiming, .every man to his neigh
1 6 caused every man his servant, and every m.
15 Return ye now every man from his evil
3 may return every man from his evil way
10 should they rise up every man in his tent
5 shall be driven out every man right forth
6 Flee out. .and deliver every man his soul
45 deliver ye every man his soul from the
11 with every man his censer in his hand
12 every man in the chambers of his imagery
1 every man (with) his destroying weapon
2 every man a slaughter weapon in his hand
4 Every man of the house of [Heb. isfi ish.]
7 Cast ye away every man the abominations
8 they did not every man cast away the
10 every man for his own life, in the day of
21 every man s sword shall be against his
18 scattered every man from his possession
5 cried every man unto his god, and cast
4 they shall sit every man under his vine
2 hunt every man his brother with a net
9 and ye run every man unto his own house
10 call every man his neighbour under the
9 show mercy and compassions every man
4 every man with his staff in his hand for
16 Speak ye every man the truth to his
Mai. 2. 10 deal treacherously every man against his
2.Any one, &v TIS nn tis.
Acts 2. 45 parted them to all . .as every man had
3. Up to, up by, apiece, avd ana.
Matt2o. 9 they received every man a penny
20. 10 they likewise received every man a penny
4. All together, all at once, OTTOS hapas.
Mark 3. 25 he was restored, and saw every man
5. Each one, tis fua<Tros heis hekastos.
Acts 2. 6 every man heard them speak in his own
Col. 4. 6 may know how ye ought to answer every
G.Each, eKaffros hekastos
,VIatti6.*7 reward every man according to his works
25. 15 every man according to his several ability
Marki3. 34 gave, .to every man his work, and comm.
John 7. 53 [And every man went unto his own house]
16. 32 shall l)e scattered, every man to his own
Acts 2. 8 how hear we every man in our own tongue
4. 35 jnto every man according as he had need
n. 29 every man according to his ability
Rom. 2. 6 render to every man according to his
12. 3 dealt to every man the measure of faith
14. 5 Let every man be fully persuaded in his
1 Co. 3. 5 even as the Lord gave to every man
3. 8 every man shall receive his own reward
3. 10 let every man take heed how he buildeth
3. 13 Every man s work shall be made manifest
3. 13 try every man s work of what sort it is
4. 5 then shall every man have praise of God
7. 2 every man have his own wife, .every worn.
7. 7 every man hath his proper gift of God
7. 17 But as God hath distributed to every man
7. 20 Let every man abide in the same calling
7. 24 let every man, wherein he is called
10. 24 seek his own, but [every manl another s
12. 7 is given to every man to profit withal
12. ii dividing to every man severally as he will
15. 23 every man in his own order : Christ the
2 Co. 9. 7 Every man according as he purposeth in
Gal. 6. 4 let every man prove his own work
6. 5 For every man shall bear his own burden
Eph. 4! 25 speak every man truth with his neighbour
I hil. 2. 4 every man on his own things, but every m.
Heb. 8. ii every man his neighbour, and every man
Jas. i. 14 But every man is tempted, when he is
i Pe. 1.17 judgeth according to every man s work
4. 10 As every man hath received the gift.(e ven)
Rev. 20. 13 judged every man according to their
22. 12 every man according as his work shall be
7.A II, every one, iras pas.
Luke 6. 30 Give to every man that asketh of thee
16. 16 the kingdom . .every man presseth into it
John 6. 45 Every man therefore that hath heard
Rom. 2. 10 and pence, to every man that worketh
12. 3 to every man that is among you, not to
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1 Co. 8. 7 (there is) not in every man that knowledge
9. 25 every man that striveth for the mastery
2 Co. 8. 7 as ye abound in every thing, (in) faith
Heb. 2. 9 that he . . should taste death for every man
i Pe. 3. 15 always to (give) an answer to every man
i Jo. 3. 3 And every man that hath this hope in him
Rev. 22. 18 I testify unto every man that heareth
8. Who what? ris rl tis ti.
Mark 15. 24 lots upon them, what every man should
EVERY man, how much
Who icluit I ris rl tis ti,
Luke 1 9. 15 how much [every] man had gained by tra
EVERY one
I.A man, B^N ish.
Gen. 10. 5 every one after his tongue, after their
49. 28 every one according to his blessing he
Exod28. 2t every one with his name shall they be
39. 14 every one with his name, according to the
Lev. 20. 9 every one that curseth his [Heb. ish ixh.]
> um. 2. 34 set forward, everyone after their families
4. 19 appoint them every one to [Heb. ish ish.]
4. 49 every one according to his [Heb. ish ish.]
25. 5 Slay ye every one his men that were joined
26. 54 to everyone shall his inheritance be given
35. 8 every one shall give of his cities unto
36. 7 every one of the children of Israel shall
36. 9 every one of the tribes of the children
Judgi6. 5 we will give thee, every one of us, eleven
1 Sa. 20. 15 everyone from the face of the earth
2 Sa. 2. 16 caught every one his fellow by the head
6. 19 to every one a cake of bread, and a good
6. 19 people departed every one to his house
18. 17 and all Israel fled every one to his tent
1 Ki.2o. 20 And they slew every one his man : and
2 Ki.iS. 31 and every one of his fig-tree
18. 31 and drink ye every one the waters of his
23. 35 of every one according to his taxation
i Ch.i6. 3 he dealt to every one of Israel, both man
16. 3 to every one a loaf of bread, and a good
Ezra 2. i and came again . . every one unto his city
Neb. 3. 28 priests, every one over against his house
4. 15 we returned, .every one unto his work
4. 1 8 every one had his sword girded by his
4. 22 Let every one with his servant lodge
4. 23 (that) every one put them off for washing
5. 7 Ye exact usury, every one of his brother
7. 3 every one in his watch, and every one
7. 6 and came again . every one unto his city
8. 16 every one upon the roof of his house, and
ii. 3 dwelt every one in his possession in their
ii. 20 of Judah, every one in his inheritance
13. 10 Levites. .were fled every one to his field
13. 30 the Levites, every one in his business
Job i. 4 feasted (in their) houses, every one his
2. ii they came every one from his own place
2. 12 and they rent every one his mantle, and
42. 1 1 and every one an ear ring of gold
Psa. 12. 2 speak vanity every one with his neighb.
64. 6 the inward (thought) of every one (of th.)
Prov 20. 6 will proclaim every one his own goodness
Song 8. ii every one for the fruit thereof was to
Isa. 3. 5 every one by another, and every one by
14. 18 lie in glory, every one in his own house
19. 2 every one against his brother, .every one
36. 16 every one of his vine, and every one of
36. 16 drink ye every one the waters of his own
41. 6 They helped every one his neighbour
47. 15 shall wander every one to his quarter
53. 6 we have turned every one to his own way
56. ii every one for his gain, from his quarter
Jer 1. 15 they shall set every one his throne at
5. 8 every one neighed after his neighbour s
6. 3 they shall feed every one in his place
9. 4 Take ye heed every one of his neighbour
9. 5 they will deceive everyone his neighbour
ii. 8 every one in the imagination of their
16. 12 every one after the imagination of his
18. it return ye now every one from his evil
18. 12 every one do the imagination of his evil
19. q eat every one the flesh of his friend
22. 7 against thee. every one with his weapons
23. 30 that steal my words every one from his
23. 35 every one to his neighbour, and everyone
25. 5 Turn ye. .now every one from his evil
31. 30 every one shall die for his own iniquity
32. it) to give every one according to his ways
34. to that every one should let his man serva.
34. 10 everyone his maid servant, go free, that
34. 17 in proclaiming, .every one to his brother
50. 16 they shall turn every one to his people
50. 16 they shall flee every one to his own land
51. 9 let us go every one into his own country
Eze. i. 9, 12 they went every one straight forward
i. ii two (wings) of every one (were) joined
i. 23, 23 every one had two, which covered on
7. 16 all. .mourning, every one for his iniquity
10. 22 they went every one straight forward
14. 7 every one of the house of [Heb. ish ish.}
18. 30 judge, .every one according to his ways
20. 39 serve ye every one his idols, and hereafter
22. ~6 every one were in thee to their power to
33. 20 will judge you every one after his ways
33. 26 yc defile every one his neighbour s wife
33- 3 speak, .every one to his brother, saying
45. 20 thou shalt do. .for every one that erreth
Joel 2. 7 they shall march every one on his ways
Obad. 9 **> the end that every one of the mount
Jon. i. 7 they said every one to his fellow, Come
3. 8 let them turn every one from his evil way
Mic. 4. 5 walk every one in the name of hig god
Zeph. 2. ii every one from his place, (even) all the
Hag. 2. 22 every one by the sword of his brother
Zecn. 8. 10 all men every one against nis neighbour
10. i of rain, to every one grass in the Held
11. 6 men every one into his neighbour s hand
13. 4 shall be ashamed every one of his vision
14. i } every one on the hand of his neighbour
2.A man, ~>^3 geber.
Joel 2. 8 they shall walk every one in his path
3.All, even/, -*?2, Sa kol.
Gen. 30. 33 every one that (is) not speckled and
Isa. 43. 7 (Even) every one that is called by my na.
4. A II together, Hiras hapas.
Acts 5. 16 and they were healed every one
S.Eo.ch, tKOffros Iiekastos.
Matt 18. 35 from your hearts forgive not every one
26. 22 began every one of them to say unto him
Luke 2. 3 to be taxed, every one into his own city
John 6. 7 that every one of them may take a little
Acts 2. 38 be baptized every one of you in thename
3. 26 in turning away every one of you from
Rom. 14. 12 every one of us shall give account of
15. 2 Let every one of us please(his) neighbour
1 Co. i. 12 that every one of yousaith, I am of Paul
7. 17 as the Lord hath called every one, so let
ii. 21 every one taketb before (other) his own
14. 26 every one of you hath a psalm, hath a
16. 2 let every one of you lay by him in store
2 Co. 5. 10 every one may receive the things (done)
i Th. 4. 4 That every one of you should know how
Heb. 6. i: we desire that every one of you do show
Rev. 2. 23 will give unto every one of you according
5. 8 having every one of them harps, and
6. ii robes were given unto [every one of] them
6. One by one, Ka8 4v kath hen.
John2i. 25 which, if they should be written everyone
Rom. 12. 5 and every one members one of another
7.All, every, iras pas.
Matt. 7. 8 every one that asketh receiveth ; and he
7. 21 > ot every one that saith unto me, Lord
7. 26 every one that heareth these sayings of
19. 29 every one that hath forsaken houses, or
25. 29 unto every one that hath shall be given
Mark 7. 14 Hearken unto me every one (of you), and
9. 49 [every one shall be salted with fire, and]
Luke 6. 40 every one that is perfect shall be as his
9. 43 they wondered every one at all things
ii. 4 forgive every one that is indebted to us
ii. 10 every one that asketh receiveth ; and he
18. 14 every one that exalteth himself shall be
19. 26 unto every one which hath shall be given
John 3. 8 is every one that is born of the Spirit
3. 20 For every one that doetli evil hateth the
6. 40 that every one which seeth the Son, and
18. 37 Every one that is of the truth heareth
Acts 16. 26 opened, and every one s bands were loosed
28. 2 received us every one, because of the
Rom. i. 16 unto salvation toevery one that believeth
10. 4 righteousness to every one that believeth
1 Co. 16. 16 and to every one that helpeth with (us)
Gal. 3. 10 Cursed (is) every one that continuethnot
3. 13 Cursed (is) every one that hangeth on a
2 Ti. 2. 19 let every one that nameth the name of
Heb. 5. 13 every one that useth milk (is) unskilful
i Jo. 2. 29 every one that doeth righteousness is
4. 7 every one that loveth is born of God, and
5. i every one that loveth him that begat
EVERY one in particular
Each one by one, K&6 tva (Karros.
Eph. 5. 3*3 let every one of you in particular so love
EVERY place
All, whole, every, any, *?3 kol.
Isa. 30. 32 (in) every place where the grounded staff
EVERY several
Each one separately, ava *fy fKaffros.
Rev. 21. 21 every several gate was of one pearl : and
EVERY side, on
1. To be round about, 3J? sabab.
Psa. 71.21 Thou shalt. .comfort me on every side
2. In every, tt> iravri en panti.
a Co. 4. 8 (We are) troubled on every side, yet not "
3. From even/, iravroOtv pantothen.
Lukei9- 43 compass, .and keep thee in on every side
EVERY thing
l.All, u-hole, every, any, 73 kol.
Gen. 6. 17 every thing that (is) in the earth shall
2. All, every, was pas.
Matt. 8. 33 told every thing, and what was befallen to
1 Co. i. 5 in every thing ye are enriched by him
2 Co. 9. 1 1 enriched in every thing to all
Eph. 5. 24 so (let) the wives (be), .in every thing
Phil. 4. 6 in every thing by prayer and supplication
i Th. 5. 18 In every thing gire thanks : for this is
EVERY where
l.fn every, iv travrl en panti.
Phil. 4. 12 every where and in all things I am
2. In every place, tv iravrl r6ir(i> en panti fopo.
i Ti. 2. 8 will therefore that men pray every where
3.Every where, iravraxov pantachoi .
Mark1 6. 20 [they went forth, and prsaehed every wh.J
EVERY
Luke 9. 6 preaching- .and healing every where
Act 17. 30 commandeth all men every where to rep.
21. 28 teacheth all (men) (every where] against
28. 22 that every where it is spoken against
i Co. 4. 17 as I teach every where in every church
EVERY whit -
1. Complete, completely, T7| fattti
Deut 13. 16 all the spoil thereof every whit, for the
2. WfioU, H\os holos.
John 7. 13 I have made a man every whit whole on
13. io He that is washed, .is clean every whit
EVERT, in or into -
Down almiff, Hard (ace.) kata.
Acts 5. 42 in every house, they ceased not to teach
8. 3 entering into every house, and haling
14. 23 had ordained them elders in every church
15.21 Moses of old time hath in every city them
20. 23 the Holy Ghogt witnesseth in every city
22. 19 imprisoned and beat in every synagogue
Titus i. 5 and ordain elders in every city, as I had
EVERY, out of or throughout
Down, along, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Luke . i he went throughout every city and villa.
8. 4 and were come to him out of every city
EVERY quarter, from -
From (c<ry where, ira.vra.x60fv pantachothen.
Mark i. 45 and they came to him [from every quarter]
E -VI,
"
:K desire.
A prince of Midian, slain in the plains of Moab, whose
lands were afterwards given to Reuben. B.C. 1452.
Nuni3i. E E., and Rekem, and Zur, and Hur, and
Josh 13. 21 princes of Midian, E., and Rekem, and
EVIDENCE
1. Book, letter, l$p sepher.
Jer. 32. 10 I subscribed the evidence, and sealed (it)
32. 1 1 So I took the evidence of the purchase
32. 12 I gave the evidence of the purchase unto
32. 14 Take these evidences, this evidence of the
32. 14 both which is sealed, and this evidence
32. 16 Now when I had delivered the evidence
32. 44 and subscribe evidences, and seal (them)
2. Concictioii, Afyx J elefjchos.
Heb. ii. i Now faith is.. the evidence of things not
EVIDENT, more evident -
l.O/i tte face, C j^-Sy al panim.
Job 6. 28 look upon me : for (it is) evident unto
2. Manifest, 8^A.os delos.
Gal. 3. 11 that no man is justified, .(it is) evident
3. Very manifest, KaroSTjAos katadelos.
Heb. 7. i, it is yet far more evident : for that after
4. Manifest beforehand, irpd^TjAos prndelos.
Heb. 7. 14 (it is) evident that our Lord sprang out
EVIDENTLY
Openly, manifestly, <t>avtp<as phaneros.
Acts io. 3 He saw in a vision evidently, .an angel
EVIL
1. Vanity, iniquity, [IK aven.
Prov 12. 21 There shall no evil happen to the just
2. Worthlessness, ^K^? beliyyaal.
Psa. 41. 8 An evil disease, .cleaveth fast unto him
S.Ecil, bad, jn ra.
Gen. 2. 9 the tree of knowledge of good and evil
2. 17 the tree of the knowledge of good and e.
3. 5 shall be as gods, knowing good and evil
3. 22 as one of us, to know good and evil
6. 5 every imagination . .(was) only evil conti.
8. 21 for the imagination of man s heart (is) e.
19. 19 lest some evil take me, and I die
37. 2 brought unto his father their evil report
37. 20 Some evil beast hath devoured him : and
57. 33 an evil beast hath devoured him: Joseph
44. 4 Wherefore have ye rewarded evil for good?
44. 34 see the evil that shall come on my father
47. 9 few and evil have the days of the years
48. 16 Angel which redeemed me from all evil
50. 15 and will certainly requite us all the evil
5-). 17 for they did untothee evil : and now
50. 20 as for you, ye thought evfl against me
Kiod.";. 19 did see (that) they (were) in evil (case)
ic. 10 he said . .look (to it); for evil (is) before
23. 2 shalt not follow a multitude to (do) evil
;;. 12 and repent of this evil against thy people
32. 14 the LORD repented of the evil which he
33. 4 when the people heard these evil tidings
Lev. 26. 1 1 will rid evil beasts out of the land
Num 14. .7 How loug(shall I bear with)this evil
14. 35 I will surely do it unto all this evil cong.
14. 37 those men that did bring up the evil rep.
20. 5 to bring us in unto this evil place ?
32. 13 that had done evil in the sight of the L.
Deut. i. 35 not one of these men of this evil genera,
i. 39 had no knowledge between good and evil
4. 25 shall do evil in the sight of the LORD thy
7.15 will put none of the evil diseases of Egypt
13. 5 so shall thou put the evil away from the
17. 7 So thou shalt put the evil away from
17. 12 thou shalt put away the evil from Israel
19. 19 so shalt thou put the evil away from
19. 20 no more any such evil [Heb. dabar ra. ]
21. 21 so shalt thou put evil away from among
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Deut22. 14 bring up an evil name upon her, and say
22. 19 he hath brought up an evil name upon a
32. 21 shall thou put evil away from among you
32. 22 so shalt thou put away evil from Israel
32. 24 so thou shalt put away evil from among
24. 7 thou shalt put evil away from among you
29. 21 the LORD shall separate him unto evil
30. 15 I have set before thee. .death and evil
31. 17 many evilsand troubles shall befall them
31. 17 Are nol these evils come upon us, because
31. 1 8 for all the evils which they shall have
31. 21 when many evils and troubles are befal.
31. 29 and evil will befall you in the latter days
31. 29 ye will do evil in the sight of the LORD
Josh 23. 15 shall the LORD bring upon you all evil
Judg. 2. 1 1 children of Israel did evil in Ihe sighl of
2. 15 hand of Ihe LORD was against them for e.
3. 7 children of Israel did evil in Ihe sighl
3. 12 children of Israel did evil again in the
3. 12 they had done evil in the sight of the L.
4. i children of Israel again did evil in the
6. i children of Israel did evil in the sight
9. 23 God sent an evil spirit between Abimele.
9. 57 all the evil, .did God render upon Ihelr
10. 6 children of Israel did evil again in Ihe
13. i the children of Israel did evil again in
20. 13 lhal we may . .put away evil from Israel
20. 34 but they knew not that evil (was) near
so. 41 they saw that evil was come upon them
1 Sa. 2. 23 I hear of your evil dealings by all this
6. 9 (then) he hath done us this great evil
12. 19 we have added unto all our sins (this) ev.
15. 19 and didst evil in the sight of the LORD?
16. 14 an evil spirit from the LORD troubled
16. 15 an evil spirit from God troubleth thee
16. 16 when the evil spirit from God is upon
1 6. 23 and the evil spirit departed from him
18. io the evil spirit from God came upon Saul
19. 9 evil spirit from Ihe LORD was upon Saul
20. 7 be sure lhat evil is determined by him
20. 9 if I knew certainly that evil were deter.
20. 1 3 but if it please my father (to do) thee ev.
24. 1 1 and see that (there is) neither evil nor
24. 17 whereas I have rewarded thee evil
25. 3 Ihe man (was) churlish and evil in his
25. 17 for evil is determined against our master
25. 21 and he hath requited me evil for good
25. 26 they thai seek evil to my lord, be as Na.
25. 28 evil hath nol been found in Ihee (all) thy
25. 39 and hath kept his servant from evil : for
26. 1 8 what have I done ? or what evil (is) in
29. 6 for I have not-found evil in thee since the
2 Sa. 3. 39 LORD shall reward the doer of evil acco.
12. 9 Wherefore hast thou despised, .to do ev.
12. ii Behold, I will raise up evil against thee
13. 16 this evil in sending me away (is) greater
15. 14 overtake us suddenly, and bring evil
17. 14 that the LORD plight bring evil upon Ab.
19. 7 than all the evil that befell thee from
19. 35 (and) can I discern between good and ev. !
24. 16 the LORD repented him of the evil
1 Ki. 5. 4 (there is) neither adversary norevil occu.
9. 9 the LORD brought upon them all Ihis ev.
11. 6 Solomon did evil in the sight of the LORD
13. 33 Jeroboam returned not from his evil way
14. 10 I will bring evil upon the house of Jero.
14. 22 Judah did evil in the sight of the LORD
15. 26, 34 he did evil in the sight of the LORD
16. 7 even for all the evil that he did in the
16. 19 in doing evil in the sight of the LORD
16. 25 Omri wrought evil in the eyes of the LORD
1 6. 30 Ahab. .did evil in the sight of the LORD
21. 20 to work evil in the sighl of the LORD
21. 21 Behold, I will bring evil upon Ihee, and
21. 29 I will nol bring Ihe evil in his days
21. 29 (bul) in his son s days will I bring the e.
22. 8 for he doth nol prophesy good . .bul evil
22. 18 he would prophesy no good. .bul evil?
22. 23 Ihe LORD hath spoken evil concerning
22. 52 he did evil in the sight of the LORD, and
2 Ki. 3. 2 he wrought evil in the sight of the LORD
6. 33 Behold, this evil (is) of the LORD ; what
8. 12 Because I know the evil thai Ihou wilt do
8. 18, 27 did evil in the sight of the LORD
13. 2, ii (that which was) evil in the sight of
14 24 (that which was) evil in the sighl of the
15. 9, 18, 24, 28 (thai which was) evillinlhe sight
17. 2 (thai which was) evil in the sight of the
17. 13 saying, Turn ye from your evil ways, and
17. 17 sold themselves to do evil in the sight of
21. 2, 16, 20 (lhal which was) evil in Ihe sighl of
21. 9 Manasseh seduced Ihem to do more evil
21. 12 I (amVbringing(such) evil upon Jerusalem
21. 15 they have done (lhal which was) evil in
22. 16 Behold, I will bring evil upon Ihis place
22. 20 and Ihine eyes shall not see all the evil
23- 3 2 > 37 (that which was) evil in the sight of
24. 9, io (thai which was) evil ifl Ihe sight of
1 Ch. 2. 3 E. . .was evil in Ihe sighl of Ihe LORD
4. io that thou wouldsl keep (me) from evil
7. 23 because il wenl evil with his house
21. 15 he repented him of the evil, and said to
2 Ch. 7. 22 therefore hath he brought all Ihis evil
12. 14 he did evil, because he prepared nol his
18. 7 he never prophesied good . . bul always e.
18. 17 wouldnol piophesygood unto me, but e.?
18. 22 Ihe LORD hath spoken evil against thee
20. o If, (when) evil cometh upon us, (as) the
21. 6 (that which waa) evil in the eyes of the
33. 4 Wherefore he did evil in the sight of tli,
29. 6 (that which was) evil in the eyes of the
33. 2, 22 (thai which was) evil in the sight of
EVIL
2 Ch. 33. 6 he wrought much evil in the sight of th*
34. 24 Behold, I will bring evil upon this place
34. 28 neither shall thine eyes see all the evil
36. 5, o, 12 (that which was) evil in the sight of
Ezra 9. 13 thai is come upon us for our evil det l.s
Nell. 6. 13 Ihey might have (mailer) for an evil re;>.
9. 28 Bul afler. .Ihey did evil again before
13. 7 and understood of the evil thai 11 did
13. 17 Whal evil thing (is) this lhal ye do, and
13. 18 did nol our God bring all this evil upon
13. 27 hearken unto you Io do all Ihis great evil
Esth. 7. 7 he saw thai there was evil determined
8. 6 how can I endure to see.lhe evil that shall
Job i. i and one that feared God, and esch<u i J
1. 8 one that feareth God, and escheweth evil
z. 3 one that feareth God, andeschewethev. ?
2. io and shall we not receive evil ? In all
2. ii heard of all this evil lhal was come upon
5. 19 in seven Ihere shall no evil touch thee
28. 28 and to depart from evil (is) understand.
30. 26 When I looked for good, then evil came
31. 29 or lifted up myself when evil found him
42. ii over all the evil that the LORD had brou.
Psa. 5. 4 neither shall evil dwell with thee
7. 4 If I have rewarded evil unto him that
10. 15 Break thou Ihe arm of . .the evil (man)
15. 3 nor doeth evil to his neighbour, nor tak
ai. ii For they intended evil against thee ; they
23. 4 Yea, though I walk . . I will fear no evil
34. 13 Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy lips
34. 14 Depart from evil, and do good ; seek pe
34. 1 6 the LORD (is) against them thai do evil, to
34. 21 Evil shall slay the wicked ; and they that
35. 12 They rewarded me evil for good, (to) the
36. 4 He deviseth mischief . .heabhorreth note.
37. 19 They shall not be ashamed in the evil time
37. 27 Depart from evil, and do good ; and dwell
38. 20 They also that render evil for good are
40. 12 innumerable evils have compassed me
40. 14 them be., put to shame that wish me evil
41. 5 Mine enemies speak evil of me, When
49. 5 Wherefore should I fear in the days of e.
50. 19 Thou givest thy mouth to evil, and thy
51. 4 and done (this) evil in Ihy sighl; lhat
52. 3 Thou lovest evil more than good ; (and)
54. 5 He shall reward evil unto mine enemies
56. 5 all their thoughts (are) against me for e.
64. 5 They encourage themselves (in) an evil
78. 49 by sending evil angels (among them)
90. 15 (and) the years (wherein) we have seen e,
91. io There shall no evil befall thee, neither
97. io Ye that love the LORD, hate evil : he
109. 5 And they have rewarded me evil for good
109. 20 of them that speak evil against my soul
us. 7 He shall nol be afraid of evil lidings : hi*
119. 101 I have refrained my feel from every e.
121. 7 The LORDshall preserve thee from all evil
140. i Deliver me, O LORD, from the evil man
140. ii evil shall hunt Ihe violenl man Io overth
141. 4 Incline not my heart to (any) evil Ihing
Frov. i. 16 Eor their feet run to evil, and make liustt;
1. 33 and shall be quiet from fear of evil
2. 12 To deliver thee from the way of the evil
2. 14 Who rejoice to do evil, (and) delight in
3. 7 fear the LORD, and depart from evil
3. 29 Devise not evil against thy neighbour
4. 14 and go not in the way of evil (men)
4. 27 Turn nol . . remove Ihy fool from evil
5. 14 I was almost in all evil in thg midst of
6. 24 To keep Ihee from the evil woman, from
8. 13 The fear of the LORD (is) to hate evil
8. 13 and arrogancy, and the evil way, and Ihe
11. 19 he lhal pursueth evil (pursueth it) to hi
12. 12 The wicked desireth the net of evil (men)
12. 20 (is) in the heart of them thai imagine evil
13. 19 abominalion Io fools Io depart from evil
13. 21 Evil pursuelh sinners : bul to the righte
14. 16 wise (man)feareth.and departeth from e.
14. 19 The evil bow before the good ; and the w.
14. 22 Do they nol err that devise evil ? but me
15. 3 in every place, beholding the evil and the
15. 15 All the days of the afflicted (are) evil?
16. 4 yea, even the wicked for the day of evil
16. 6 by the fear of the LORD .. depart from evil
16. 17 The highway . .(is) to depart from evil : he
16. 27 An ungodly man diggelh up evil ; and in
16. 30 moving his lips he bringeth evil to pass
17. ii evil (man) seeketh only rebellion ; there.
17. 13 Whoso rewardeth evil for good, evil shall
19. 2^ he shall not be visited with evil
20. 8 A king, .scattereth away all evil with hi*
20. 22 Say not thou, I will recompense evil
20. 30 blueness of a wound cleanseth away evil
21. 10 The soul of the wicked desireth evil : his
22. 3 A prudent (man) forseeth Ihe evil, and
23. 6 the bread of (him that hath) an evil eye
24. i Be not thou envious against evil men
24. 20 For there shall be no reward to the evil
27. 12 A prudent (man) forseeth the evil, (and)
28. 5 Evil men understand not judgment : but
28. io causeth. .to go astray in an evil way, he
28. 22 He that hastelh to t>e rich (hath) an evil
29. 6 In the transgression of an evil man
31. 12 She will do him good and not evil all the-
Eccl. a. 21 This also (is) vanity and a great evil
4. 3 who hath not seen the evil work that is
5. i for they consider not that they do evil
6. i There is an evil which I have seen und
6. 2 this (is) vanity, and it (is) an evil disease
EVIL 315 EVIL
Keel. 8. 3 stand not in an evil thing ; for he doeth
8. 5 Whoso keepeth. .shall feel no evil thing
8. ii stntcnrr a^ainM an evil work is not exe.
8. ii the heart, .is fully set in them to do evil
8. 12 Though* sinner do evil an hundred times
9. 3 This (is) an evil among all (things) that
9. 3 heart of the sons of men is full of evil
9. 12 as the lishes that are taken in an evil net
9. 12 so (are) the sons of men snared in an evil
ic. 5 There is anevil (which) I have seen under
11. 2 thou knowest not what evil shall be upon
n. io and put away evil from thy flesh: for
12. i while the evil days come not, nor the ye.
12. 14 whether (it be) good, or whether (it be) e.
Isa. 3. 9 they have rewarded evil unto themselves
5. 20 unto them that call evil good, and good e.
7. 5 Syria, Ephraim. .have taken evil couusel
7. 15 that he may know to refuse the evil, and
7. 16 the child shall know to refuse the evil
13. ii And I will punish the world for (their) e.
31. 2 Yet he also (is) wise, and will bring evil
32. 7 The instruments also of the churl (are)e.
33. 15 and shutteth his eyes from seeing evil
45. 7 I make peace, and create evil : I the Lo.
47. ii Therefore shall evil come upon thee
56. 2 and keepeth his hand from doing any evil
57. i the righteous is taken away from the evil
59. 7 Their feet run to evil, and they make
59. 15 he (that) departeth from evil maketh
65. 12 ye did not hear ; but did evil before mine
66. 4 they did evil before mine eyes, and chose
Jei. i. 14 Out of the north an evil shall break forth
2. 3 evil shall come upon them, saith the LORD
2. 13 For my people have committed two evils
2. 19 and see that (it is} an evil (thing) and
5 Behold, thou hast spoken and done evil
17 after the imagination of their evil heart
6 for I will bring evil from the north, and
12 neither shall evil come upon us ; neither
1 for evil appeareth out of the north, and
19 behold, I will bring evil upon this people
24 in the imagination of their evil heart
30 children of Judah have done evil in my
3 of them that remain of this evil family
3 for they proceed from evil to evil, and
8 in the imagination of their evil heart
1 1 Behold, I will bring evil upon them, which
17 pronounced evil against thee, for the evil
23 I will bring evil upon the men of Anath.
14 saith the LORD against all mine evil
10 This evil people, .shall even be as this
1 1 in the time of evil and in the time of affl.
io pronounced all this great evil against us?
12 after the imagination of his evil heart
1 7 thou (art) my hope in the day of evil
1 8 bring upon them the day of evil, and
8 If that nation . .turn from their evil, I
8 will repent of the evil that I thought to
10 If it do evil in my sight, that it obey not
1 1 I frame evil against you, and devise a
1 1 return ye now every one from his evil
12 every one do the imagination of his evil
20 Shall evil be recompensed for good? for
3 Behold, I will bring evil upon this place
15 I will bring upon this city, .all the evil
io have set my face against this city for evil
10 their course is evil, and their force (is)
12 for I will bring evil upon them, (even)
17 they say. .No evil shall come upon you
22 turned them from their evil way, and
3 the evil, very evil, that cannot be eaten
8 And as the evil figs, which cannot be
5 Turn ye., now every one from his evil way
32 evil shall go forth from nation to nation
3 and turn every man from his evil way
3 that I may repent me of the evil which
13 the LORD will repent him of the evil that
ic, the LORD repented him of the evil which
19 Thus might we procure great evil against
8 of war, and of evil, and of pestilence
11 thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give
23 therefore thou hast caused all this evil to
30 the children of Judah have only done e.
32 Because of all the evil of the children of
42 Like as I have brought all this great evil
15 Return ye now every man from his evil
17 I will bring, .all the evil that I have
3 all the evil which I purpose to do unto
3 they may return every man from his evil
7 will return every one from his evil way
31 I will bring upon them, .all the evil that
16 will bring my words upon this city for e.
2 LORD thy God hath pronounced this evil
ii But when Johauan. .heard of all the evil
6 Whether (it be) good, or whether (it be) e.
10 I repent me of the evil that I have done
17 or escape from the evil that I will bring
2 have seen all the evil that I have brought
7 Wherefore commit ye (this) great evil
1 1 I will set my face against you for evil
17 (then) had we plenty, .and saw no evil
23 therefore this evil is happened unto you
44. 27 Behold, I will watch over them for evil
44. 29 shall surely stand against you for evil
45. 5 behold, I will bring evil upon all flesh
48. 2 in Heshbon they have devised evil against
49. 23 for they have heard evil tidings : they are
49. 37 I will bring evil upon them, (even) my
51. 24 all their evil that they have done in Zion
51. 60 Jeremiah wrote, .all the evil that should
51. 64 shall not rise from the evil that I will
52. 2 (that which was) evil in the eyes of the
Lam. 3. 38 Out of the mouth, .proceedeth not evil
Eze. 5. 16 When I shall send upon them the evil
5. 17 So will I send upon you . .evil beasts, and
6. 9 for the evils which they have committed
6. io that I would do this evil unto them
6. ii Alas for all the evil abomi nations of the
7. 5 An evil, an only evil, behold, is come
14. 22 concerning the evil that I have brought
20. 43 for all your evils that ye have committed
33. 1 1 turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways; lor
34. 25 will cause the evil beasts to cease out of
36. 31 Then shall ye remember your own evil
38. io and thou shalt think an evil thought
Dan. 9. 12 by bringing upon us a great evil : for
9. 13 As (it is) written, .all this evil is come
9. 14 hath the LORD watched upon the evil
Joel 2. 13 kindness, and repenteth him of the evil
Amos 3. 6 shall there be evil in a city, and the LORD
5.13 silence in that time ; for it (is) an evil time
5. 14 Seek good, and not evil, that ye may live
5. 15 Hate the evil, and love the good, and
6. 3 Ye that put far away the evil day, and
9. 4 I will set mine eyes upon them for evil
9. io The evil shall not overtake nor prevent
Jon. i. 7 we may know for whose cause this evil
1. 8 for whose cause this evil (is) upon us ?
3. 8 let them turn every one from his evil way
3. io that they turned from their evil way
3. io God repented of the evil that he had said
4. 2 kindness, and repentest thee of the evil
Mic. i. 12 evil came down from the LORD unto the
2. i Woe to them that . . work evil upon their
2. 3 against this family do I devise an evil
2. 3 neither shall ye go . . for this time (is) evil
3. 2 Who hate the good, and love the evil
3. ii (Is) not the LORD among us? none evil
7. 3 That they may do evil with both hands
Xah. i. ii that imagineth evil against the LORD
Hab. 1.13 (Thou art) of purer eyes than to behold e.
2. 9 Woe to him that coveteth an evil covetous.
2. 9 may be delivered from the power of evil !
/eph. 3. 15 thou shalt not see evil any more
Zech. i. 4 Turn ye now from your evil ways
i. 4 and (from) your evil doings : but they
7. io let none of you imagine evil against hi
8. 17 let none of you imagine evil in your hea.
Mai. i. 8 if ye offer the blind, .(is it) not evil? and
1. 8 and if ye offer the lame . .(is it) not evil ?
2. 17 Every one that doeth evil (is) good in the
4. Evil, badness, y\ roa.
Isa. 1. 16 put away the evil of your doings from
Jer. 4. 4 because of the evil of your doings
21.12 because of the evil of your doings
23. 2 I will visit upon you the evil of your
23. 22 and from the evil of their doings
25. 5 from the evil of your doings, and dwell
26. 3 because of the evil of their doings
44. 22 could no longer bear, because of the evil
5. To be evil, Wj raa.
Josh. 24. 15 if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD
6. To do evil, J7JTJ raa, 5.
Prov 24. 19 Fret not thyself because of evil (men)
7. Evil, KaKia kakia.
Mavt. 6. 34 Sufficient unto the day (is) the evil thereof
S.Evil, KO.KOS, KO.KOV kakos, kakon.
Matt24. 48 if that evil servant shall say in his heart
27. 23 Why, what evil hath he done? But they
Mark 7. 21 For from within, .proceed evil thoughts
15. 14 Why, what evil hath he done? And they
Luke23. 22 Why, what evil hath he done? I have
JohuiS. 23 If I have spoken . .bear witness of the evil
Acts 9. 13 how much evil he hath done to thy saints
23. Q saying, We find no evil in this man : but
Rom. 2. 9 upon every soul of man that doeth evil
3. 8 Let us do evil, that good may come ?
7. 19 but the evil which I would not, that I do
7. 21 when I would do good, evil is present
9. ii neither having done any good or evil
12. 17 Recompense to no man evil for evil
12. 21 Be not overcome of evil, but overcome e.
13. 3 not a terror to good works, but to the evil
13. 4 to (execute) wrath upon him that doeth e.
14. 20 (it is) evil for that man who eateth with
16. 19 which is good, and simple concerning evil
1 Co. 13. 5 is not easily provoked, thiuketh no evil
15. 33 evil communications corrupt good mann.
2 Co 13. 7 Now I pray to God that ye do no evil
Phil. 3. 2 Beware of dogs, beware of evil workers
Col. 3. 5 evil concupiscence, and covetousness,
i Th. 5. 15 See that none render evil for evil unto
1 Ti. 6. io love of money is the root of all evil
2 Ti. 4. 14 the coppersmith did me much evil : the
Titus i. 12 The Cretians(are)alway liars, evil beasts
Heb. 5. 14 exercised to discern both good and evil
Jas. i. 13 for .God cannot be tempted with evil
3. 8 (it is) an unruly evil, full of deadly poison
i Pe. 3. 9 Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for
3. io let him refrain his tongue from evil
3. ii Let him eschew evil, and do good ; let
3. 12 but the face, .(is) against them thut do e.
9.Evilly, KO.KUS kakos.
JohinS. 23 If I have spoken evil, bear witness of
Acts 23. 5 Thou shalt not speak evil of the ruler of
10. The evil, (6) irovrj^oj (/in) poniros.
Matt. 5. 37 for wnatsoever is more, .cometh of evil
5. 39 I say unto you, That ye resist not evil
5. 45 he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and
6. 13 lead us not . . but deliver us from evil
Matt. 6. 23 But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body
7. ii If ye then, being evil, kuow how to give
7. 17 but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil
7. 1 8 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit
9. 4 Wherefore think ye evil in your hearts !
12. 34 how can ye, being evil, speak good thin.?
12. 35 and an evil man, out of the evil treasure
12. 39 An evil and adulterous generation seek.
15. 19 For out of the heart proceed evil thought*
20. 15 Is thine eye evil, because I am goodv
Mark 7. 22 an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, fooliihn
Luke 3. 19 for all the evils which Herod had done
6. 22 and cast out your name as evil, -for the
6. 35 kind unto the unthankful and (to) the e.
6. 45 an evil man out of the evil treasure of
7. 21 infirmities and plagues, and of evil spiriti
8. 2 which had been healed of evil spirits and
ii. 4 lead us not . .but deliver us from evil
ii. 13 If ye then, being evil, know how to giv^i
ii. 29 he began to say, This is an evil general,
ii. 34 when (thine eye)is evil, thy body also (is>
John 3. 19 men loved .. because their deeds were evil
7. 7 I testify . .that the works thereof are evil
Acts 19. 12 and the evil spirits went out of them
19. 13 to call over them which had evil spiriti
19. 15 the evil spirit answered and said, Jesus
19. 16 the man in whom the evil spirit was le.
Gal. i. 4 deliver us from this present evil world
Eph. 5. 16 Redeeming the time, .the days are evil
6. 13 may be able to withstand in the evil day
1 Th. 5. 22 Abstain from all appearance of evil
2 Th. 3 3 stablish you, and keep (y u) from eril
1 Ti. 6. 4 whereof cometh envy . . evil surmising*
2 Ti. 3. 13 evil men and seducers shall wax worse
4. 18 the Lord shall deliver me from every evil
Heb. 3. 12 lest there be in any of you an evil heart
io. 22 having our hearts sprinkled from an evil
Jas. 2. 4 and are become judges of evil thoughts ?
4. 16 now ye rejoice, .all such rejoicing is evil
i Jo. 3. 12 because his own works were evil, and
11.Evil word, Trovrjpbv /3f/^a poneron rhema.
Matt. 5. ii shall say all manner of evil against you
12. Worthless. <j>av\os phaulos.
John 3. 20 every one that doeth evil hateth the light
5. 29 that have done evil, unto the resurrect.
Jas. 3. 16 there (is) confusion and every evil work
EVIL, to be
I.To be. evil, VT. yera.
Deut 28. 54 his eye sliall be evil toward his brother
28. 56 her eye shall be evil toward the husband
2. To be evil, J7JH raa.
Deut. 15. 9 thine eye be evil against thy poor brother
EVIL, to be so
From badness, jpa meroa.
Jer. 24. 3, 8 cannot be eaten, they are so evil
29. 17 that cannot be eaten, they are so evil
EVIL, to bring
To do evil, treat ill, J?5T] raa, 5.
i Ki.i7- 20 hast thou also brought evil upon the wi
Jer. 25. 29 Io, I begin to bring evil on the city which
EVIL, to do
l.Ei-il, y~! ra.
Jer. ii. 15 when thou doest evil, then thourejoicest
2. To do evil, treat ill, y\T, raa, 5.
Gen. 44. 5 Ye have done evil in so doing
Exod. 5. 23 since I came, .he hath done evil to thu
Lev. 5. 4 pronouncing with (his) lips to do evil
i Ki.i4. 9 hast done evil above all that were before
i Ch.2i. 17 that have sinned, and done evil indeed
Psa. 37. 8 fret not thyself in anywise to do evil
Prov 24. 8 He that deviseth to do evil shall be
Isa. i. 16 Wash you, make you clean, .cease todoe.
41. 23 or do evil, that we may be dismayed
Jer. 4. 22 they (are) wise to do evil, but to do good
io. 5 for they cannot do evil, neither also (i
13. 23 do good, that are accustomed to do evil
38. 9 these men have done evil in all that they
Zeph. i. 12 will not do good, neither will he do evil
3. To do evil, Kaitoiroifw kakopoieo.
Mark 3. 4 Is it lawful to do good . . or to do evil ?
Luke 6. 9 Is it lawful, .to do good, or to do evil ?
3 Jo. ii but he that doeth evil hath not seen God
EVIL entreat, to
1. To evil entreat, njfi raah.
Job 24. 21 He evil entreateth the barren (that) bear
2. To do evil, treat ill, yjft raa, 5.
Exod. 5. 22 wherefore hast thou (so) evil entreated
Deut 26. 6 Egyptians evil entreated us, and afflicted
3. To do evil to, KO.KOW kakoo.
Acts 7. 6 and entreat (them) evil four hundred
7. 19 dealt subtilly . .and evil entreated our
EVTL man
Eril, bad, y~i ra.
Job 35. 12 answer, because of the pride of evil meo
EVIL report
Evil account or report, .i^ dibbaJi.
Gen. 37. 2 brought unto his father their evil report
Num 13. 32 they brought up an evil report of the
14. 37 that did bring up the evil report upon
EVIL 316 EXCEED
EVIL speaker
A man of tongue, pvh V H ish lashon.
Psa.140. ji Let not ail evil speaker be established in
EVIL things -
1. Evil, JH ra.
Prov 15. 28 moutli of the wicked poureth ont evil th.
2. Evil, bad, Kaic6s kakos.
Lukei6. 25 and likewise Lazarus evil things : but
Rom. i. 30 proud, boasters, inventors of evil things
i Co. io. 6 we should not lust after evil things, as
%.Ei-il, irovripds poneros.
Matti2. 35 and an evil man. . bringeth forth evil thi.
Mark 7. 23 All these evil things cometh from within
a Jo. 11 that biddeth . . is partaker of his evil deeds
4. Worthless, <pav\o* phaulos.
Titus 2. 8 ashamed, having no evil thing to say of
EVIL doing
1. Injustice, aSinrma adikema.
Acts 24. 20 if they have found any evil doing in me
2. To do evil, KaKoiroitia kakopoied.
i Pe. 3. 17 suffer for well doing, than for evil doing
EVIL doer
I. As No. 2.
Isa. 31. 2 arise against the house of the evil doers
2. To do evil, treat ill, yyi roo, 5.
Job 8. 20 neither will he help the evil doers
Psa. 26. 5 have hated the congregation of evil doers
37. i Fret not thyself because of evil doers
37. 9 For evil doers shall be cut off : but those
94. 16 Whowillrise upformeagainstthe evil d.?
119. 115 Depart from me, ye evil doers : for I will
Isa. i. 4 a seed of evil doers, children that are cor.
9. 17 every one (is) an hypocrite and an evil d.
14. 20 seed of evil doers shall never be renowned
Jer. 20. 13 hath delivered, .from the hand of evil d.
23. 14 they strengthen also the hands of evil d.
~S.Eril doer, xaKoirods kakopoios.
1 Pe. 2. 12 they speak against you as evil doers, they
2. 14 by him for the punishment of evil doers
3. 16 [whereas they speak . . of you, as of evil d. ]
4. 15 (as) a thief, or (as) an evil doer, or (f&) a
4. Evil worker, Kaxovpyos kakourgos.
2 Ti. 2. 9 Wherein I suffer trouble, as an evil doer
EVIL favouredness
EM thing, jn %n dabar ra.
Deutij. i wherein is blemish, (or) any evil favour.
EVIL, that which is
I. That which, is evil or bail, o Kax6s ho kakos.
Rom1 3. 4 if thou do that which is evil, be afraid
3 Jo. 1 1 Beloved, follow not that which is evil, but
I.Tkat which is evil, & irovripSs ho poiieros.
Luke 6. 45 bringeth forth that which is evil : for of
Rom 12. 9 Abhor that which is evil ; cleave to that
EVIL, the
Thnt which is evil, 6 irovrjpds ho poneros.
John 17. 15 thou shouldest keep them from the evil
EVIL, they which are
Evil, bad, KO.K&S kakos.
Rev. 2. 2 thou canst not bear them which are evil
EVLL affected, to make
To xuike bad, KO.KO<I> ktiko5.
Acts 14. 2 made their minds evil affected against
E-VIL ME-RO DACH, ""ip ViN.
Sun and successor of Nebuchadnezzar. He released
Jehoiakin whomhi* father had kept in prison for thirtyseven
years. His reign was short, from 561-559. B.C.
2 KJ.25. 27 E. . .did lift up the head of Jehoiachin
Jer. 52. 31 E. .lifted up the head of Jehoiachin king
EWE
I. Ewe, lamb, Vrr; rachel.
Gen. 31. 38 thy ewes, .have not cast their young, and
32. 14 he goats, two hundred ewes, and twenty
2. young lamb, kid, sheep, ny seh.
Lev. 22. 28 (whether it be) cow or ewe, ye shall not
EWE LAMB
Ewr lamb, njf??, 1733 kabsah, kibsah.
Gen. 21. 28 Abraham set seven ewe lambs of the flock
21. 29 What(mean) these seven ewe lambs which
n. 30 For (these) seven ewe lambs shalt thou
Lev. 14. io one ewe lamb of the first year without
Num. 6. 14 one ewe lamb of the first year without
2 Sa. j2. 3 had nothing, save one little ewe lamb
EWES great with young
Suckling, one giving milk, ^y ul.
I ga. 78.71 From following the ewes great with young
EXACT, to
1. To came to come out, bring forth, Ny; yatsa, 5.
a Ki.is. 20 And Menahem exacted the money of Israel
2. To exact, i??) nagos.
Deutis. 2 he shall not exact (it) of his neighbour
15. 3 Ola foreigner thou mayest exact (it again)
2 Ki.23. 35 he exacted the silver and the gold of the
Isa. 58. 3 ye find pleasure, and exact all your lab.
3. To fscact, lift up, K?; nasha.
Neh. 5. 7 Ye exact usury every one of his brother
4. To (cause to) exact, tty} nasha, 5.
l*sa. 89. 22 The enemy shall not exact upon him ; nor
5. To exact, mp) nashah.
Neh. 5. io I likewise, .might exact of them money
5. 1 1 Restore . . to them . . that ye exact of them
6. To (cause to) exact, "Vj nashah, 5.
Job : i. 6 Know therefore that God exacteth of thee
7. To do, practise, produce, irpdirffta prassO.
Luke 3. 13 Exact no more than that which is appoin.
EXACTION
1. Expulsion, exaction, n^hj ycrushah.
Eze. 45. 9 take away your exactions from my people
2. An exaction, lifting up, nyy mashsha.
Neh. jo. 31 would leave.. and the exaction of every
EXACTOR
To exact, r:j nagas.
Isa. CXD. 17 also make. . ..line exactors righteousness
EXALT, to
1 . To make high, aja gabah, 5.
Prov 17. 19 he that exalteth his gate seeketh destruc.
Eze. 17. 24 know that I the LORD, .have exalted the
21. 26 exalt (him that is) low, and abase (him
Obad. 4 Though thou exalt (thyself) as the eagle
2. To lift up (selfi, K^J nasa.
Hos. 13. i he exalted himself in Israel ; but when
3. To lift up, N^ nasa, 3.
2 Sa. 5. 12 he had exalted his kingdom for his people
4. To raise up, exalt, V^p salal, 3.
Prov. 4. 8 Exalt her, and she shall promote thee
5.7b lift up, exalt, en rum, 3.
Exod 15. 2 The LORI> (is) my strength .. and I will e.
Job 17. 4 therefore shalt thou not exalt (them)
Psa. 34. 3 and let us exalt his name together
37. 34 and he shall exalt thee to inherit the land
99. 5 Exalt ye the LORD our God, and worship
99. 9 Exalt the LORD our God.and worship at his
107. 32 Let them exalt him also in the congreg.
1 18. 28 praise thee : (thou art) my God, I will e.
Prov 14. 34 Righteousness exalteth a nation : but
Isa. 25. i O LORD . . I will exalt thee, I will praise
Hos. ii. 7 though they called, .none at all would e.
6. To lift up, exalt, en rum, 5.
i Sa. 2. io nud exalt the horn of his anointed
1 Ki. 14. 7 as I exalted thee from among the people
16. 2 Forasmuch as I exalted thee out of the
2 Ki. 19. 22 against whom hast thou exalted (thy) voi.
Psa. 89. 19 I have exalted (one) chosen out of the
92. io my horn shalt thou exalt like (the horn of)
148. 14 He also exalteth the horn of his people
Prov 14. 29 (he that is) hasty of spirit exalteth folly
Isa. 13. 2 exalt the voice unto them, shake the hand
14. 13 I will exalt my throne above the stars of
37. 23 against whom hast thou exalted (thy) voi.
7. To set on high, iff sagab, 5.
Job. 36. 22 Behold, God exalteth by his power : who
8. To raise high, elevate, fy6c>> hupsoo.
Mattn. 23 And thou .. which art exalted unto heaven
23. 12 whosoever shall exalt himself shall be
23. 12 that shall humble himself shall be exal.
Luke "i. 52 put down the mighty, .and exalted them
10. 15 And thou. .which art exalted to heaven
14. ii whosoever exalteth himself shall be aba.
14. ii he that humbleth himself shall be exalted
1 8. 14 every one that exalteth himself shall be
18. 14 he that humbleth himself shall be exalted
Acts 2. 33 being by the right hand of God exalted
5. 31 Eim hath God exalted with his right
13. 17 exalted the people when they dwelt as
2 Co. n. 7 in abasing myself that ye might be exalted
i Pe. 5. t that he may exalt you in due time
EXALT self, to
1. To be or become high, ajj gabah.
Eze. 31. 14 To the end that none, .exalt themselves
2. To lift up self, K} nasa, 7.
1 Ki. i. 5 the son of Haggith exalted himself, saying
Eze. 29. 15 neither shall it exalt itself any more
Dan. ii. 14 also the robbers, .shall exalt themselves
3. To raise up self, ^9 salal, 7a.
Exod. 9. 17 As yet exaltest thou thyself against my
4.7*0 be high, lifted up, en rum.
Psa. 66. 7 let not the rebellious exalt themselves
1 40. 8 further not . . (lest) they exalt themselves
5. To lift up self, on rum, 7a.
Dan. ii. 36 he shall exalt himself, and maenify
6.7b lift up upon or against, tiraipw rpaird.
2 Co. io. 5 and every high thing that exalteth itself
11. 20 if a man exalt himself, if a man smite
7.7*0 lift up above, inrtpaipca hi/perairO.
2 Th. 2. 4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself
EXALT highly, to
To lift up ahore, virtpv^oca huperupsoo.
Phil. 2. 9 Cod also hath highly exalted him, and
EXALTED, to be
1. To be or become high or haughty, a;3 gabah.
Job 36. 7 doth establish them.. and they are exalt.
Isa. 5. iC IxihD of hosts shall be exalted in judg.
Eze. 19. 1 1 her stature was exalted among the thick
31. 5 his height was exalted above all the trees
2. To be lifted up, xp; nasa, 2.
Isa. 2. 2 shall be exalted above the hills ; and all
40. 4 Every valley shall be exalted, and every
Mic. 4. i it shall be exalted above the hills ; and
3. 7*o lift up self, N?J nasa, 7.
Nnni24. 7 higher, .and his kingdom shall be exalted
i Ch. 29. ii and thou art exalted as head above all
4. 7"o be gone up, rhy alah, 2.
Psa. 47. 9 (belong) unto God : he is greatly exalted
97. 9 For thou, LORD, .art exalted far above
5.7*0 be high, lifted up, en rum.
1 Sa. 2. i mine horn is exalted in the LORD ; my
2 Sa. 22. 47 exalted be the God of the rock of my salv.
Psa. 12. 8 wicked walk, .when the vilest men are e.
13. 2 how long shall mine enemy be exalted
18. 46 and let the God of my salvation be exal.
21. 13 Be thou exalted, LORI>, in thine own
46. io I will be exalted . . I will be exalted in
57. 5, ii Be thou exalted, O God. above the
89. 16 in thy righteousness shall they be exalt.
89. 24 and in my name shall his horn be exalted
108. 5 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens
112. 9 his horn shall be exalted with honour
Prov ii. ii By the blessing, .the city is exalted
Isa. 30. 18 therefore will he be exalted, that he
49. ii and my highways shall be exalted
52. 13 he shall be exalted and extolled, and be
Hos 13. 6 were filled, and their heart was exalted
6. To be lifted up, exalted, C?n rum, 3o.
Neh. 9. 5 which is exalted above all blessing and
Psa. 75. 10 the horns of the righteous shall be exal.
7. tie lifted up, exalted, Dn rum, 1 [v. L. f>].
Psa. 89. 17 iu thy favour our horn shall he exalted
8. 7*o be high, D?T ramam.
Job 24. 24 They are exalted for a little while, but
Psa 118. 16 The right hand of the LORI> is exalted
0. To be or become high, on rum, 7a.
Isa. 33. io Now will I rise, .now Mill I be exalted
10. 7"o be high or strong, 23 sagab.
Job 5. 1 1 those which mourn may be exalted to saf.
11. To be or become high or strong, :?;; sagab, 2.
Isa. 2. ii, 17 the LORD alone shall be exalted in
12. 4 make mention that his name is exalted
33. 5 The LORD is exalted ; for he dwelleth
EXALTED above measure, to be
7*o lift up above, virfpatpu huperairS.
2 Co. 1 2. 7, 7 lest I should be exalted above measure
EXALTED, in that he is
In his lifting up, (i> rtf vtyti ai/rov. [hupsos].
Jas i. 9 Let the brother, .rejoice in that he isex.
EXAMINATION
A judging up, examination, investigation, avd-
Kpiffis anakrisis.
Acts 25. 26 after examination had, I might have so.
EXAMINE, be examined, to
1. 7*o try, prove, test, jn? bachan.
Psa. 26. 2 Examine me, LORD, and prove me ; try
2.7*0 examine, seek, enquire, sr"n darash.
Ezra io. 16 and sat down, .to examine the matter
3. 7*o examine, investigate, avtucpivti) onakrino.
Luke23. 14 I, having examined (him) before you, have
Acts 4. 9 If we this day be examined of the good
12. 19 he examined the keepers, and commanded
24. 8 by examining of whom thyself mayest
28. 18 Who, when they had examined me, would
i Co. 9. 3 Mine answer to them that do examine
4.7*0 examine fully, avtrdfa anetazi .
Acts 22. 24 bade that he should be examined by sc.
22. 29 from him which should have examined
5. To prove, 8oKtftao> dokimazo.
1 Co. 1 1. 28 let a man examine himself, and ?o kt him
6. 7*o try, vtip&fa peirazo.
2 Co. 13. 5 Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the
FXAKPLE
I. Sample, exhibition, Sfiy^a deigmc.
Jude 7 the cities, .are set forth for an example
"1.A type, model, TVTTOS tupos.
i Co. io. 6 Now these things were our examples, to
i Ti. 4. 12 but be thou an example of the believer*
B.Copy, an under-u-riting, inroypa/unos hupogra.
i Pe. 2. 21 leaving us an example, that ye should
4. A sample, r.rJiibition, vird5<ty/j.a hvpodeigma.
John 13. is I have given you an example, that ye
Heb. 4. ii lest any man fall after the same example
8. 5 Who serve unto the example and shadow
Jas. 5. io for an example of suffering affliction, and
EXAMPLE, to make a public
7"o exhibit publicly, irapatifiynarifa paradeigmati.
Matt. i. 19 not willing [to make her a public example]
EXCEED, to
1.7V) show self might u, 153 gabar, 7.
Job 36. Q their transgressions that they have exce.
EXCEEDING 317 EXCEPT
2. To be or become great, Sia gadal.
i Ki. 10. 23 So king Solomon exceeded all the kings of
3. To make or become great, Via gadal, 5.
1 Sa. 20. 41 wept cue with another, uutil David exc.
4. To add, ]0; yasaph.
2 Ch. 9. 6 (for) thou exceedest the fame that I heard
5. To add, fjp; yasaph, 5.
Deut2s. 3 not exceed : lest, (if) he should exceed
1 Ki. 10. 7 thy wisdom and prosperity exceedeth the
6. To be over and above, abound, exceed, irfpuTafvu.
Matt, s- 20 except your righteousness shall exceed
2 Co. 3. 9 much more doth the ministration., exceed
EXCEEDING
\. Excellent, abundant, f^f. yattir.
Dan. 3. 22 the furnace exceeding hot, the flame of
7. 19 exceeding dreadful, whose teeth (were of)
^.Superabundance, excellency, in; yether.
Dan. 8. 9 a little horn, which waxed exceeding gr.
3. Might, ik? meod.
Gen. 15. i I (am) thy shield, (and) thy exceeding g.
17. 6 And I will make thee exceeding fruitful
27. 34 he cried with a great and exceeding bitter
Exod. i. 7 multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty
19. 16 the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud
Numi4. 7 The land . .(is) an exceeding good laud
2 Sa. 8. 8 from Betah. .king David took exceeding
12. 2 The rich (man) had exceeding many floe,
i Ki. 4. 29 God gave Solomon wisdom, .exceeding
7. 47 because they were exceeding many
1 Ch 20. 2 he brought also exceeding much spoil out
2 Ch. 32. 27 Hezekiah had exceeding much riches and
Psa. 1 19. 96 (but) thy commandment (is) exceeding
Jer. 48. 29 the pride of Moab, he is exceeding proud
Eze. 9. 9 The iniquity of the house .(is) exceeding
16. 13 thou wast exceeding beautiful, and thou
37. 10 and stood up. .an exceeding great army
47. 10 as the flsh of the (treat sea, exceeding
4.Above, upward, onward, ">H *^ te-malah.
1 Ch. 22. 5 the house . . (must be} exceeding magniflcal
2 Ch. 16. 12 until his disease (was) exceeding (great)
5. To spread out, rno sarach.
Eze. 23. 15 exceeding in dyed attire upon their heads
6. Many, much, enough, abundant, 3T rab.
2 Ch. 14. 14 for there was exceeding much spoil in
7. To make great or abundant, ^tp.iyj rabahmeod,5
2 Ch. ii. 12 (he put) shields .and made them exceed
B.Great, tciy saggi.
Dan. 6. 23 Then was the king exceeding glad for
9.Beyond surpassing, -a(T uTrep/SoA^v kath hupet:
Rom. 7. 13 that sin. .might become exceeding sinful
10. Very, greatly, \iav Han.
Matt. 2. 16 Then Herod, .was exceeding wroth, and
4. 8 taketh him up into an exceeding high
8. 28 two possessed with devils, .exceeding
Mark g. 3 became shining, exceeding white as snow
Luke 23. 8 when Herod saw Jesus, he was exceeding
11. To God, TV Off to theo.
Acts 7. 20 Mcses was born, and was exceeding fair
12. Grtatly, vehemently, ffcpoSpa spliodra.
ilatt 2. 10 they rejoiced with exceeding great joy
17. 23 And they were exceeding sorry
26. 22 they were exceeding sorrowful, and began
Rev. 16. 21 for the plague thereof was exceeding
IS.Ocer, above, i/trtp huper.
Eph. 3. 20 Now unto him that is able to do exceed.
14. TII cast beyond, surpass, inrepf3ci\\<a huperbailo.
2 Co. 9. 14 which long after you for the exceeding
Eph. i. 19 the exceeding greatness of his power to
2. 7 he might show the exceeding riches of his
15. To be over and above, inrtpirfpiffTtiKa huperper.
2 Co. 7. 4 am exceeding joyful in all our tribulation
16. To God, c^nh l-elohim.
Jon. 3. 3 Now Nineveh was an exceeding great city
17. To be made wise, D?n chakam, 4.
Prov 30. 24 little upon the earth, but they (are) exceed.
IS. With joy, gladness, mirth, nriDif? be-simchah.
Psa. 21. 6 thou hast made him exceeding glad with
43 4 Then will I go . .unto God my exceeding
19. With great joy, riVi? nnajf simchah gedolah.
Jon. 4. 6 So Jonah was exceeding glad of the gourd
EXCEEDING, far more
Beyond measure surpassing, Ka.9 yirepjSoA.rjj els
virfpfio\-fiv.
2 Co. 4. 17 a far more exceeding (and) eternal weight
EXCEEDING proudly
Ilijh, haughty, giaj gaboah.
i Sa. 2. 3 Talk no more so exceeding proudly ; let
EXCEEDINGLY
1. Abundant, excellent, TJT yattir.
Dan. 7. 7 dreadful and terrible, and strong exceed.
2. Might, (lira) IN? meod (meod).
Gen. 7. 19 the waters prevailed exceedingly upon
13. 13 and sinners before the LOKD exceedingly
17. 2 and will multiply thee exceedingly
17. 20 and will multiply him exceedingly; twelve
Ge. 30, 4.5 the man increased exceedingly, and had
4.7. 27 and grew, and multiplied exceedingly
2 Ki.io. 4 But they were exceedingly afraid, and
Esth. 4. 4 Then was the queen exceedingly grieved
Psa.n<> 167 thy testimonies; and I love them exce.
3. Above, upward, onward, "1^5/9? le-mala/t,
i Ch.29- 25 the LORD magnified Solomon exceedingly
a Ch. i. i God (was) with him, and magnified him e.
17. 12 And Jehoshaphat waxed great exceediu.
26. 8 for he strengthened (himself) exceedingly
4. Many, much, enough, abundant, 3~i rab.
Paa.123. 3 for we are exceedingly filled with conte.
123. 4 Our soul is exceedingly filled with the
5. To makemanyor abundant, ikp nyj rabahmeod,5.
i Gen. 16. 10 I will multiply thy seed exceedingly, that
1 Sa. 26. 21 have played the fool, and have erred ex.
(J. To joy, rejoicing, S "
/ N ele gil.
Job 3. 22 Which rejoiceexceedingly, (and) are glad
7. A trembling, ni-iq charadaJi.
Gen. 27. 33 lsaac trembled very exceedingly, and
8. With rejoicing, gladness, mirth, nmnbe-timchah.
Psa. 68. 3 rejoice before God; yea, let them exceed.
$. Desire, lust, rni<n taavah.
Psa.io6. 14 But iiisted exceedingly in the wildernes.-
lQ.Greatdis2}teasureorfear, iy-loT J n^) [fa, yirah].
Neh. 2. 10 it grieved them exceedingly that there
Jon. i. to Then were the men exceedingly afraid
i. 16 the men feared the LORD exceedingly, ami
4 i But it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and
11. With very great hatred, 1x9 n^n? n%)v [sinah}.
2 Sa. 13. 15 Then Anmoii hated her exceedingly ; so
12. More abundantly, Trfpiffcrortptas perissoteros.
2 Co. 7. 13 and exceedingly the more joyed we for
13. Exceedingly, ireptcrcraij perissos.
Acts 26. ii and, being exceedingly mad against them
H. Greatly, vehemently, crcpoSpa. sphodra.
.Mutt ty. 25 they were exceedingly amazed, saying
\5. Greatly, vehemently, (rcpoSpvs sphodrijs.
Acts 27. 1 3 we being exceedingly tossed with a temp.
16. Above out of measure, virtp e/c irepiffffov.
i Th. 3 10 Night and day praying exceedingly that
17.^4 great fear, <f>6$ov fj.tyav phobon megan.
Hark 4. 41 they feared exceedingly, and said one to
EXCEEDINGLY, the more
More abundantly, irepj<rcroTe pa>s perissoteros.
Markis. 14 they cried out [the more exceedingly]
Gal. i. 14 being [more exceedingly] zealous of the
EXCEL, to
1.Mighty, ~r\3i gibbor.
Psa. 103. 20 ye his angels, that excel in strength, that
I.To make abundant, in; yathar, 5.
Gen. 49. 4 Unstable as water thou shalt not excel
3. To be pre-eminent, excel, n$} natsach, 3.
i Ch.is. 21 with harps on the Sheminitn to excel
4. To go up, rby cdah.
Prov. 31. 29 done virtuously, but thou excellest them
5. To be abundant, n;n mbah.
i Ki. 4. 30 Solomon s wisdom excelled the wisdom
6. To be over and above, irepicrcrevui perisseuo.
1 Co. 14. 12 seek that ye may excel to the edifying
7. To cast beyond, surpass, jirtpfia.\\<a huperballo.
2 Co. 3. 10 by reason of the glory that excelleth
EXCELLENCY
I. Rising, excellency, nixa gaavah.
Deut 33.26 (who) ridetli . . in his excellency on the sky
33. 29 and who (is) the sword of thy excellency !
Psa. 68. 34 his excellency (is) over Israel, and his
2. Rising, excellency, J INJ gaon.
Exod 1 5. 7 in the greatness of thine excellency thou
Job 37 4 thundereth with . . voice of his excellency
Psa. 47. 4 the excellency of Jacob, whom he loved
Isa. 13. 19 the beauty of the Chaldees excellency
60. 15 I will make thee an eternal excellency, a
Eze. 24. 21 excellency of your strength, the desire
Amos 6. 8 I abhor the excellency of Jacob, and hate
8. 7 LOKD hath sworn by the excellency of Jac.
Nah. 2. 2 excellency of Jacob, as the excellency of
3.Height, loftiness, nji gobah.
Job 40. 10 Deck thyself, .(with) majesty and excell.
^.Honour, beauty, majesty, "nn liadar.
Isa. 35. 2 the excellency of carmel and Sharon
35. 2 shall see.. the excellency of our God
5. Superabundance, excellency, irr yether.
Gen. 49. 3 excellency of dignity, and the excellency
Job 4. 21 Doth not their excellency (which is) in
6.Advantage, jiirj yithron.
Eccl. 7. i? excellency of knowledge (is, that) wisdom
".Excellence, rising, r\xy seeth.
Job 13. ii Shall not his excellency make you afraid?
Psa. 62. 4 to cast (him) down from his excellency
8. Excellency, try si.
Job 20. 6 his excellency mount up to the heavens
9.A casting beyond, surpassing, i/rfpj3o\rj huperb.
2 Co. 4. 7 the excellency of the power may be of God
10. The pre-eminence, rb virtpt\ov to huperechon.
Phil. 3. 8 the excellency of the knowledge of Christ
11.<-1 holding over or beyond, virfpoxj\ huperochi.
1 Co. 2. i with excellency of speech or of wisdom
EXCELLENT
1. Honourable, "t^tf addir.
Psa. 8.1,9 h w excellent (is) thy name in all the ea.
16. 3 the excellent, in whom (is) all my delight
76. 4 Thou (art) more glorious (and) excellent
2. To choose, try, Jix on, 1175 bachar.
Song 5. 15 (is) as Lebanon, excellent as the cedars
^.Rising, excellency, pride, |iK| gaon.
Isa. 4. 2 the fruit of the earth (shall be) excellent
4. To make or become great, Sij gadal, 5.
Isa. 28. 29 wonderful in counsel, .excellent in wor.
5. Precious, ~\^ yaqar.
Psa. 36. 7 How excellent (is) thy loving kindness, O
6. Excellent, abundant, TJV yattir.
Dan. 2. 31 great image, whose brightness (was) ex.
4. 36 and excellent majesty was added unto m
5. 12 as an excellent spirit, and knowledge, and
5. 14 and excellent wisdom is found in thee
6. 3 because an excellent spirit (was) in him
7. Superabundance, excellency, in^ yether.
Prov 17. 7 Excellent speech becometh not a fool
8. Excellent, 13; yaqar [V.L. -ig qar\,
Provi7. 27 man of understanding Is., excellent spirit
9. Abundance, 3T rob.
Psa 150. 2 praise him . . to his excellent greatness
10. Great, tV3\p saggi.
Job 37. 23 (he is) excellent in power, and in judgment
II. Ornaments, "iJJ. adi.
Eze. 16. 7 and thou art come to excellent ornaments
12. Beauty, rn^En tiphereth.
Esth. i. 4 and the honour of his excellent majesty
13. Proper or becoming to the great, (j.(ya\oirpfirr)s.
2 Pe. i. 17 a voice to him from the excellent glory
EXCELLENT, more
l.Greater, better, widely different, SicKpopurfpjs.
Heb. i. 4 obtained a more excellent name than
8. 6 he obtained a more excellent ministry
2. Very surpassing, Ka.6 virp0o\-ftv. \_huperboli],
i Co. 12. 31 yet show I unto you a more excellent way
3. More, greater, fuller, irXtliev pleion.
Heb. 1 1. 4 a more excellent sacrifice than Cain
EXCELLENT, moat
A host, powerful, noble, Kpdria-ros kratistos.
Luke i. 3 write unto thee. .most excellent Theoph,
Acts 23. 26 Claudius Lysias unto the most excellent
EXCELLENT, things that are (more)
Things that differ, are pre-eminent, ret Sicupfpovra.
Rom. 2. 18 approvest. .things that are more excellent
Phil. i. 10 ye may approve things that are excellent
EXCELLENT, to be
1. To become set on high, 21? sagab, 2.
Psa. 148. 13 his name alone is excellent ; his glory
2. To cause to go about or spy out, "HH tur, 5.
Prov. 12. 26 The righteous (is) more excellent than his
EXCELLENT thing
\.Risinj, excellency, niNJ geuth.
Isa. 12. 5 he hath done excellent things: this (is)
2.Foremost, leading, TJ} nagid.
Prov. 8. 6 Hear ; for I will speak of excellent things
3. Threefold, excellent, weighty, v hj shalish.
Prov 22. 20 Have not I written, .thee excellent things
EXCELLENT (oil)
Read, top, fftii rosh.
Psa. 141. 5 (it shall be) an excellent oil, (which) shall
EXCELLETH
Advantage, prr yithron.
Eccl. 2. 13 excelleth folly, as far as light excelleth
EXCEPT
1. When not, pNi ve-ayin.
Gen. 44 26 except our youngest brother (be) with us
2. To the separation of, na? le-bad,
Esth. 4. ii except such to whom the king shall hold
3. Without, i=^2 bilti.
Gen. 43. 3 shall not see my face except your brot-
Amos 3. 3 two walk together, except they be agreed t
4. That, because, when, ? ki.
Num. 16. 13 except thou make thyself altogether
5. Therefore, except, but, ]rh lahen.
Dan. 2. 1 1 except the gods, whose dwelling is not
6. 5 except we find (it) against him concerning
Q. If not, sty Me.
Gen. 43. 10 except we had lingered surely now we
7. If not, ^ lule.
i Sa. 25. 34 except thou hadst hasted and come to
Isa. i. 9 Except the LORD of hosts had left unto
EXCEPT 318 EXPECTATION
S.Only, surely, nevertheless, PT rag.
Gen. 47. 26 except the land of . .priests only, (which)
$.If...iwt, fai ...urj ran. ..me.
Matt. 5. 20 except your righteousness shall exceed
12. 29 except he tlrst bind the strong man .-
18. 3 Except ye be converted, and become as
26. 42 not pass away from me, except I drink
Mark 3. 27 except he will first bind the strong man
7. 3 except they wash (their) hands oft, eat
7. 4 except they wash, they eat not 1,11.13- j, 5
John 3. -2 do these miracles . . except God be with
3. 3 Except a man be born again, he cannot
3. 5 Except a man be born of water and (of)
3. 27 except it be given him from heaven
4. 48 Except ye see signs and wonders, ye will
6. 44 except the Father which hath sent me
6. 53 Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man
6. 65 except it were given unto him of my
12. 24 Except a corn of wheat fall into the
15. 4 bear fruit, .except it abide in the vine
15. 4 no more can ye, except ye abide 20. 25.
Acts 8. 31 How can I, except some man should
15. i Except ye be circumcised after the
27. 31 Except these abide in the ship, ye cannot
Rom. 10. 15 how shall they preach except they be
1 Co. 14. 6 except I shall speak to you either by
14. 7 except they give a distinction in the
14. 9 except ye utter by the tongue words easy
15. 36 that, .is not quickened, except it die
2 Th. 2. 3 except there come a falling away first
2 Ti. 2. 5 not crowned, except he strive lawfully
Rev. 2. 5 remove thy candlestick . . except thou re.
2. 22 except they repent of their deeds
10.7/ not, ft fj.r) ei me.
Matt 19. 9 [except (it be) for fornication, and shall]
24. 22 And except those days should be shorte
John 19. ii except it were given thee from above
Rom. 7. 7 except the law had said, Thou shalt not
9. 29 Except the Lord of Sabaoth had left us
2 Co. 12. 13 except (it be) that I . . was not burdenso.
3 1.// not, fl fiL-rt n ei me ti.
Luke 9. 13 except we should go and buy meat for
i Co. 7. 5 except (it be) with consent for a time
z Co. 13. 5 Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates
12. If not, except, IKTOS el ^ ektos ei me.
i Co. 14. 5 except he interpret, that the church
Y6.Xcar by, without, outside of, iraptKros parektos.
Acts 26. 29 altogether such as I am, except these
14..1/o/-e than, except, ir\-i\t> plen.
Acts 8. i were all scattered . . except the apostles
15 But if, except, EN ? ki im.
Gen 32. 26 willuot let thee go, except thou bless me
16. // not, S EN im lo.
Gen. 44. 23 Except your youngest brother come down
Dent 32. 30 except their Rock had sold them and
Josh. 7. 12 except ye destroy the accursed from
EXCEPT it be
Either, or, tf e.
Acts 24. 21 Except it be for this one voice, that I
EXCEPT that
If not, fl jui; ei me.
Mark 1 3. 20 except that the Lord had shortened those
EXCEPTED, to be
Without, outside, fKr6s ektos.
i Co. 15. 27 he is excepted which did put all things
EXCESS
1. Incontinence, aKpaaia. akrasia.
Matt 23. 25 they are full of extortion and (excess]
1.A pouring out upon, avaxvais anachusis
i Pe. 4. 4 not with (them) to the same excess of
3. Prodigality, afftaria. asotia.
Eph. 5. 18 be not drunk with wine, wherein is exc.
EXCESS of wine
Overflowing of wine, olvoq>\vyla oinophlugia.
i 1 e. 4. 3 in lasciviousness, lusts, excess of wine
EXCHANGE -
Change, exchange, Tiiap temurah.
Lev. 27. 10 it and the exchange thereof shall be holy
Job 28. 17 exchange of it (shall not be for) jewels of
EXCHANGE, in
An equivalent, fair exchange. avrd\\ayna antall.
Matti6. 26 what shall a man give in exchange for
Mark 8. 37 what shall a man give in exchange for
EXCHANGE, to
To change, exchange, i O mur, 5.
Eze. 48. 14 neither exchange, nor alienate the first
EXCHANGER
One who sits at a table, exchanger, TpaireiT7?s.
Matt2s. 27 to have put my money to the exchangers
EXCLUDE, to
To shut out, tKK\fi<a ekkleio.
Rom. 3. 27 Where (is) boasting then ? It is excluded
Gal. 4. 17 they would exclude you, that ye might
EXCUSE, to make
Tonsk offfrom, or away, impair fo^aiparaiteomai.
Lukei4. 18 all with one (consent) began to make ex.
EXCUSE, without -
Without apology, ava-Kohdynros anapologetos.
Rom. j. 20 M> that they are without excuse
EXCUSE (ens ) self, to
To speak s< If off, apologise, diroAo-yto/iaj apologeo.
Rom. 2. 15 accusing or else excusing one another
2 Co. 12. 19 think ye that we excuse ourselves unto
EXCUSED, to be
To ask offrom, ifa.pantofj.ai paraiteomai.
Luke 1 4. 18 go and see it : I pray thee have me exc.
14. 19 to prove them : I pray thee have me ex.
EXECRATION
Execration, uath, curse, n^>K alah.
Jer. 42. 18 shall be an execration, and an astonish.
44. 12 shall be au execration, (and) an astonish.
EXECUTE, to
I. To do, 13J, tibad.
Num. 8. 1 1 they may execute the service of the LORD
2.7"o do, nyy asah.
Exodi2. 12 thegods of Egypt I will execute judgment
Num. 5. 30 priest shall execute upon her all this
33. 4 gods also the LORD executed judgments
Deut 10. 18 execute the judgment of the fatherless
33. 21 he executed the justice of the LORD, and
1 Sa. 28. 18 executedst his tierce wrath upon Ainalek
2 Sa. 8. 15 David executed judgment and justice
i Ki. 6. 12 and execute my judgments, and keep all
1 Ch. 18. 14 executed judgment and justice among all
2 011.24. 24 So they executed judgment against Joash
Psa. 9. 1 6 known (by) the judgment (which) he exe
99. 4 thou executest judgment and righteous.
103. 6 LORD executeth righteousness and judg.
119. 84 execute judgment on them that persecute
146. 7 Which executeth judgment for the oppr.
149. 7 To execute vengeance upon the heathen
149. 9 To execute upon them the judgment
Isa. 1 6. 3 execute judgment ; make thy shadow as
Jer. 5. i if there be (any) that executeth judgment
7. 5 if ye throughly execute judgment betw.
22. 3 Execute ye judgment and righteousness
23. 5 execute judgment and justice in the earth
23. 20 until he have executed, and till he have
33. 15 shall execute judgment and righteousness
Eze. 5. 8 will execute judgments in the midst of
5. 10 I will execute judgments in thee, and the
5. 15 I shall execute judgments in thee in anger
ii. 9 and will execute judgments among you
ii. 12 neither executed my judgments, but have
16. 41 execute judgments upon thee in the sight
18. 8 executedtrue judgment between man and
18. 17 hath executed myjudgments, hath walked
20. 24 they had not executed my judgments, but
23. 10 for they had executed judgment upon her
25. 1 1 I will execute judgments upon Moab
25. 17 I will execute great vengeance upon them
28. 22 I shall have executed judgments in her
28. 26 I have executed judgments upon all those
30. 14 and will execute judgments in No
30. 19 Thus will I execute judgments in Egypt
39. 21 see my judgment that I have executed
45. 9 execute judgment and justice, take away
Hos. 1 1. 9 not execute the fierceness of mine anger
Joel 2. n for (he is) strong that executeth his word
Mic. 5. 15 will execute vengeance in anger and fury
7. 9 plead my cause . . execute judgment for
3. To judge, act as magistrate, D5^> shaphat.
Zech. 7. 9 Execute true judgment, and show merry
8. 16 execute the judgment of truth and peace
4. To do, troieta poieo.
John 5. 27 given him authority to execute judgment
Jude 15 To execute judgment upon all, and to
EXECUTE (judgment), to
To judge, decide, JT din.
Jer. 21. 12 Execute judgment in the morning, and
EXECUTED, to be
1 To be done, performed, i;j abad, 4.
Ezra 7. 26 let judgment be executed speedily upon
2 To be done, performed, nyy a.tah, 2.
Eccl. 8 1 1 an evil work is not executed speedily
EXECUTING
To do, nyy asah.
2 Ki.io. 30 executing (that which is) right in mine
EXECUTION, to be put in
To be done, xyy asah, 2.
Esth. 9. i decree drew near to be put in execution
EXECUTIONER
A xptarman (from Lat. $peculator), rirfKov\a.Tup.
Mark 6. 27 king sent an executioner, and commanded
EXEMPTED
Free, acfuitted, exempt, p} naqi.
i Ki.i5. 22 throughout all Judah; none (was)exem.
EXERCISE
Gymnastic exercise, yvpvaala gvmnasia.
i Ti. 4. 8 For bodily exercise proflteth little ; but
EXERCISE, to
1. To do, ,TV7 asah.
Jer. 9. 24 the LORD which exercise loving kindness
2. To work up, aaittw askeo.
Acts 24. 16 herein do I exercise myself, to have alw
3.7V) use exercise, train up, yv/j.vdu> yumnazO.
1 Ti. 4. 7 exercise thyself (rather) unto godliness
Heb. 5. 14 exercised to discern both good and evil
12. ii unto them which are exercised thereby
2 Pe. 2. 14 have exercised with covetous practices"
4. To do, Troifta poieo.
Rev. 13. 12 he exerciseth all the power of the first
EXERCISE (robbery), to
To take away violently, ty gazal.
Eze. 22. 29 exercised robbery, and have vexed the
EXERCISE self, to
To go, u-alk, proceed, TjSn halak, 3.
Psa. 131. i neither do I exercise myself in great
EXERCISED, to be
To be afflicted, humbled, njy anah.
Eccl. i. 13 hath God given, .to be exercised therew.
3. 10 to the sons of men to be exercised iii it
EXHORT, to
I. To exhort, recommend, irapaiviu paraineo.
Acts 27. 22 I exhort you to be of good cheer ; for
2. To call near, or for, Tra.pa.Ka\iw porakaleo.
Acts 2. 40 other words did he testify and exhort
ii. 23 exhorted them all, that with purpose
14. 22 exhorting them to continue in the faith
15. 32 exhorted the brethren with many words
Rom 12. 8 he that exhorteth, on exhortation : he
2 Co. 9. 5 thought, .necessary to exhort the breth.
1 Th. 2. ii As ye know how we exhorted and comfo.
4. i exhort (you) by the Lord Jesus, that as ye
5. 14 we exhort you, brethren, warn them that
2 Th. 3. 12 exhort by our Lord Jesus Christ, that with
1 Ti. 2. i I exhort therefore, that, first of all
6. 2 These things teach and exhort
2 Ti. 4. 2 exhort, with, .long suffering and doctri.
Titus i. 9 to exhort and to convince the gaiusayers
2. 6 Young men likewise exhort to be sober
2. 15 and exhort, and rebuke with all author.
Heb. 3. 13 But exhort one another daily, while it is
i Pe. 5. i The elders which are among you I exh.
5. 12 exhorting, and testifying that this is the
Jude 3 aud exhort (you) that ye should earnestly
3. To turn forward, propel, irporptirw 2> otrepi>.
Acts 18. 27 exhorting the disciples to receive him
EXHORT (one another), to
To call near or for, irapa.Ka.\t<a parakaleo.
Heb. 10. 25 exhorting (one another) : and so much
EXHORTATION
A calling near or for, TrapeJ/cXrjo-is paraklHsis.
Acts 13. 15 if ye have any word of exhortation for
Rom 12. 8 he that exhorteth, on exhortation : he
1 Co. 14. 3 edification, and exhortation, and comfort
2 Co. 8. 17 he accepted the exhortation ; but being
i Th. 2. 3 our exhortation (was) not of deceit, nor
1 Ti. 4. 13 to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine
Heb. 12. 5 ye have forgotten the exhortation which
13. 22 brethren, suffer the word of exhortation
EXHORTATION, to give much
To call near with much discourse, irapaKa\(d> \6yca
7roA.A<p. parakaleo logo polio.
Acts 20. 2 had given them much exhortation, he
EXHORTATION, in one s
To call near or for, irapa.Ka\fta parakale i.
Luke 3. 18 And many other things in his exhortation
fXTT.T.
To remove, nSj galah.
2 Sa. 15. 19 for thou (art) a stranger, and also an ex.
EXILE, captive
Wanderer, nyp tsoeh.
Isa. 51. 14 The captive exile hasteueth that he may
EXORCIST
One who adjures out demons, 4^opKtffrijs erorkistes.
Acts 19. 13 certain of the vagabond Jews, exorcists
EXPECT, to
1.7V) receive from, expect, wait for, cKSc xojuai.
Heb. 10. 13 expecting till his enemies be made his
2.7*0 think tou-ard, look for, irpoaSoKau prosdokn i.
Acts 3. 5 expecting to receive something of them
EXPECTATION
I. Expectation, 050 mabbat.
Isa. 20. 5 and ashamed of Ethiopia their expecta.
20. t> such (is) our expectation, whither we flee
2. Expectation, 230 mebbat.
Zech. 9. 5 Ekron, for her expectation, shall be asha.
Z.Hope, expectation, nipn tiqvah.
Psa. 9. 1 8 expectation of the poor shall (not) perish
62. 5 f,)r my expectation (is) from him
Frov 10. 28 expectation of the wicked shall perish
ii. 7 man dieth, (Ins) expectation shall periMi
1 1. 23 the expectation of the wicked (is) wrath
23. 18 thine expectation shall not be cut off
24. 14 and thy expectation shall not be cut off
4. Thinking tou-ard, lookingfor, irpo<r$oKia prosdok/a
Acts 12. ii (from) all the expectation of the people ot
EXPECTATION, to be in
To think toirard, look for, irpocrSoKaw j/rosdokaO.
Luke 3. 15 as the people were in expectation, and a!5
EXPECTATION
EXPECTATION, earneit
A thinking or looking away to, ttiroKapaXoitla..
Rom. 8. 19 the earnest expectation of the creature
I hil. i . 20 According to my earnest expectation and
EXPECTED
Jtopr, expectation, nijjB tiqvah.
JUT. 29. 1 1 not of evil, to give you an expected end
EXPEDIENT, to be
To bear together, avptofpta sumphero.
John 1 1. 50 it is expedient for us, that one man should
16. 7 It is expedient for you that I go away
1 3. 14 that it was expedient that one man should
1 Co. 6. 12 lawful, .but all things are not expedient
10. 23 lawful . . but all things are not expedient
2 Co. 8. 10 this is expedient for you, who have begun
12. i It is not expedient for me doubtless to
EXPEL, to
1. To cast out, en? garash, 3.
Judg ii. 7 expel me out of my father s house ? aud
2. To thrust out, nn hadaph.
Josh. 23. 5 he shall expel them from before you, and
3. To take possession of, dispossess, BH; yarash, 5.
Josh. 13. 13 Israel expelled not the Qeshurites, nor
Judg. i. 20 expelled thence the three sons of Anak
4. To cast out, &c/3a\Ao> ekballo.
Acts 13. 50 and expelled them out of their coasts
EXPELLED, to be
To drive or force away, rna nadach.
2 Sa. 14. 14 his banished be not expelled from him
EXPENSES
Outgoing, expenditure, Nj?E3 niphqa.
Ezra 6. 4 let the expenses be given out of the king s
6. 8 expenses be given unto these men, that
EXPERIENCE
Proof, testing, SOKIU?/ dokime.
Kom 5. 4 patience, experience ; and experience
EXPERIENCE, to have
To see, nxi raah.
EccL i 16 had great experience of wisdom and kno.
EXPERIENCE, to learn by
To observe diligently, nj nachash, 3.
Gen. 30. 27 I have learned by experience that the
EXPERIMENT
Proof, trying, 80x1,1x17 dokime.
2 Co. 9. 13 by the experiment of this ministration
EXPERT
3 . To be taught, accustomed, ~oS lamad, 4.
Song 3. 8 They all hold swords, (being) expert in
"2. To cause to act wisely, ^y sakal, 5.
Jer. 50. 9 arrows (shall be) as of a mighty expert
3. One that knows, yvwffrris gnostes.
Acts 26. 3 I know) thee to be expert in all customs
EXPERT in
To set in array, ?nV arak.
1 Ch. 12. 33 expert in war, with all instruments of
12. 35 of the Danites expert in war twenty and
12. 36 went forth to battle, expert in war, forty
EXPIRE, to
1 . To fill out, ir\T\p6<a pleroo.
Acts 7. 30 And when forty years were expired, there
2. To end, r(\f<a teleo.
Rev. 20. 7 [when the thousand years are expired]
EXPIRED, be
Return, revolution, nyuo$ teshubah.
2 Sa. n. i after the year was expired, at the time
1 Ch. 20. i after the year was expired, at the time
2 Ch. 36. 10 the year was expired, king Nebuchadne.
EXPIRED, to be
1. To finish, consume, nS| kalah, 3.
Eze. 43. 27 when these days are expired, it shall be
2. To be full, K^D male.
i Sa. 1 8. 26 and the days were not expired
i Ch.i7. u when thy days be expired that thou must
Esth. i . 5 when these days were expired, the king
EXPOUND, to
l.To put or bring before, "ij} nagad, 5.
Judg 14. 14 could not in three days expound the rid.
14. 19 unto them which expounded the riddle
2. To interpret thoroughly, Siep/j.r]vti>(a
dierm?neuo.
Luke 24. 27 expounded unto them in all the Scriptures
3. To put forth, eicTt 07j^u eklithemi.
Acts ii. 4 expounded (it) by order unto them, saying
1 8. 26 expounded unto him the way of God more
28. 23 to whom he expounded and testified the
4. To loose further, solve, iri\vca epilufi.
Murk 4. 34 he expounded all things to his disciples
EXPRESSED, to be
To be. pie-reed, defined, marked out, 3J2J naqab, 2.
Num i. 17 men which are expressed by (their) names
i Ch. 12. 31 half tribe, .which were expressed by na.
1 6. 41 were chosen, who were expressed by name
319
2 Ch.28. 15 men which were expressed by name rose
31. 19 the men that were expressed by name, to
Ezra. 8. 20 all of them were expressed by name
EXPRESSLY
l.To say, ~~x amar.
i .Sa. 20. 2 1 if I expressly say unto the lad, Behold
2. In express words, prjrws rhetos.
i Ti. 4. i the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the
EXTEND, to
I. To draw out, ~c O mashak.
Psa. 109. 12 there be none to extend mercy unto him
2.7To stretch out, n^j natah.
Isa. 66. 12 I will extend peace to her like a river
3. To stretch out, npj natah, 5.
Ezra 7. 28 hath extended mercy unto me before the
9. 9 hath extended mercy unto us in the sight
EXTINCT, to be
l.To be extinguished, yyy daak.
Isa. 43. 17 they are extinct, they are quenched as
2. To become extinguished, ~^y] za.dk, 2.
Job 17. i my days are extinct; the graves (are ready)
EXTOL, to
l.To exalt, raise up, S^p salal.
Psa. 68. 4 extol him that rideth upon the heavens
2. To lift up, exalt, en ruin, 3.
Psa. 30. i I will extol thee, O LORD ; for thou hast
145. i I will extol thee, my God, O king ; and I
3. To lift up, exalt, en rum, 3.
Dan. 4. 37 and extol and honour the King of heaven
EXTOLLED, to be
l.To be lifted up, ttyi nasa, 2.
Isa. 52. 13 he shall be exalted and extolled, and be
2.e lifted up, en rum, 4a [or noin romani}.
Psa. 66. 17 and he was extolled with my tongue
EXTORTION
l.Oppression, strife, pvy oshcq.
Eze. 22. 12 thou hast greedily gained.. by extortion
^.Snatching away, ainrayf) liarpage.
Matt 23. 25 within they are full of extortion and ex.
EXTORTIONER
l.To wring out, extol, po muts.
Isa. 16. 4 the extortioner is at an end, the spoiler
2. To bite, lend on usury, rvy) nashah.
Psa. 109. u Let the extortioner catch all that he
3. One that snatches away, apiral- harpax.
Luke 1 8. ii I am not as other men (are), extortioners
i Co. 5. 10 with the covetous, or extortioners, or
5. ii or a railer, or a drunkard, or an extortion.
6. 10 nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingd.
EXTREMITY
Extremity, V$pash.
Job 35. 15 yet he knoweth (it) not in great extrem.
EYE
I. Eye, J j; ayin.
Gen. 3. 5 then your eyes shall be opened, and ye
3. 6 and that it (was) pleasant to the eyes
3. 7 And the eyes of them both were opened
6. 8 Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD
13. 10 Lot lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the
13. 14 Lift up now thine eyes, and look from
16. 4 her mistress was despised in her eyes
1 6. 5 when she saw . . I was despised in her eyes
1 8. 2 And he lift up his eyes and looked
19. 8 and do ye to them as (is) good in your ey.
20. 16 behold he (is) to thee a covering of the ey.
21. 19 God opened her eyes, and she saw a well
22. 4 the third day Abraham lifted up his eyes
22. 13 Abraham lifted up his eyes, and looked
24. 63 he lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, beh.
24. 64 And Rebekah lifted up her eyes, and
27. i his eyes were dim, so that he could not
30. 27 if liiave found favour in thine eyes.(tarry)
30. 41 Jacob laid the rods before the eyes of
31. 10 I lifted up mine eyes, and saw in a dream
31. 12 he said, Lift up now thine eyes and see
31. 40 and my sleep departed from mine eyes
33. i Jacob lifted up his eyes, and looked, and
33. 5 he lifted up his eyes, and saw the women
34. ii Let me find grace in your eyes, and what
37. 25 and they lifted up their eyes and looked
39. 7 his master s wife cast her eyes upon Jos.
41. 37 in the eyes of Pharaoh, and in the eyes of
42. 24 Simeon, and bound him before their eyes
43. 29 he -lifted up his eyes, and saw his brother
44. 21 that I may set mine eyes upon him
5. 12 your eyes see, and the eyes of my brother
46. 4 Joseph shall put his hand upon thine ey.
47. 19 Wherefore shall we die before thine eyes
48. 10 Now the eyes of Israel were dim for age
49. 12 His eyes, .red with wine, and his teeth
50. 4 If now I have found grace in your eyes
Exod. 5. 21 in the eyes of Pharaoh, and in the eyes
8. 26 shall we sacrifice, .before their eyes, and
13. 9 and for a memorial between thine eyes
13. 16 and for frontlets between thine eyes
14. 10 the children of Israel lifted up their eyes
21. 24 Kye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for
21. 26 if a mau smite the eye of his servant
21. 26 or the eye of his utuid, that it perish
EYE
Kxod 21. 26 he shall let him go free for his eye s sake
24. 17 fire.. in the eyes of the children of Israel
Lev. 4. 13 the thing be hid from the eyes of the
20. 4 if the people . . hide their eyes from the
21. 20 or that hath a blemish in his eye, or be
24. 20 Breach for breach, eye for eye, tooth for
26. 16 burning ague, that shall consume the ey.
Num. 5. 13 and it be hid from the eyes of her husba.
10. 31 and thou mayest be to us instead of eyes
11. 6 (there is) nothing at all . .(before) our eye*
15. 39 after your own heart and your own eyes
16. 14 wilt thou put out the eyes of these men !
20. 8 speak ye unto the rock before their eyes
20. 12 to sanctify me in the eyes of the children
22. 31 Then the LORD opened the eyes of Balaam
24. 2 Balaam lifted up his eyes, and he saw
24. 3, 15 the man whose eyes are open hath
24. 4, 16 falling, .but having his eyes open
27. 14 sanctify me at the water before their ey.
33. 55 that those, .(shall be) pricks in your eyes
Deut. i. 30 according to all. .he did. .before your ey.
3. 21 Thine eyes have seen all that the LORD
3. 27 lift up thine eyes westward, and northw.
3. 27 and behold (it) with thine eyes : for tlmu
4. 3 Your eyes have seen what the LORD did
4. 9 forget the things, .thine eyes have seen
4. 19 lest thou lift up thine eyes unto heaven
4. 34 to all that tne LORD . . did . .before/youre. ?
6. 8 shall be as frontlets between thine eyes
6. 22 the LORD showed signs, .before our eyes
7. 16 thine eye shall have no pity upon them
7. 19 The great temptations which thine eyes
9. 17 I took, .and brake them before your eyes
10. 21 terrible things which thine eyes have
u. 7 But your eyes have seen all the great acts
11. 12 the eyes of the LORD thy God (are) always
11. 1 8 they may be as frontlets between your e.
12. 8 every man whatso. (is) right in his own ey.
13. 8 neither shall thine eye pity him, neither
13. 18 to do. .right in the eyes of the L<oRt>
14. i nor make any baldness between your eyes
15. 9 and thine eye be evil against thy poor )>r.
16. 19 for a gift doth blind the eyes of the wise
19. 13 Thine eye shall not pity him : but thou
19. 21 And thine eye shall not pity
19. 21 life, .for life, eye for eye, tooth for
21. 7 and say. .neither have our eyes seen
24. i that she find no favour in his eyes
25. 12 Then, .thine eye shall not pity (her)
a8. 31 Thine ox. .slain before thine eyes, and
28. 32 thine eyes shall look, and fail, .for them
28. 34 shalt be mad for the sight of thine eyes
28. 54 his eye shall be evil toward his brother
28. 56 her eye shall be evil toward the husband
28. 65 and failing of eyes, and sorrow of mind
28. 67 for the sight of thine eyes which thou
29. 2 all that the LORD did before your eyes
29. 3 The great temptations which thine t-yes
29. 4 and eyes to see, and ears to hear, unto
32. 10 he kept him as the apple of his eye
34. 4 I have caused thee to see. .with thine ey.
34. 7 his eye was not dim, nor his natural force
Josh. 5. 13 he lifted up his eyes and looked, and
23. 13 but they shall be . . thorns in your eyes
24. 7 your eyes have seen what I have done in
Judg 16. 21 Philistines took him, and put out his eyes
16. 28 I may be at once avenged, .for my two e.
17. 6 every man did. .right in his own eyes
19. 17 when he had lifted up his eyes, he saw
21. 25 every man did. .right in his own eyes
Ruth 2. 9 (Let) thine eyes (be) on the field that they
2. 10 Why have I found grace in thine eyes
1 Sa. 2. 33 the man . . (shall be) to consume thine eyes
3. 2 his eyes began to wax dim, (that) he could
4. 15 his eyes were dim, that he could not see
6. 13 they lifted up their eyes, and saw the ark
11. 2 that I may thrust out all your right eyes
12. 3 (any) bribe to blind mine eyes therewith .
12. 16 which the LORD will do before your eyes
14. 27 and his eyes were enlightened
14. 29 how mine eyes have been enlightened
20. 3 that I have found grace in thine eyes
20. 29 now, if I have found favour in thine eyes
24. 10 Behold, this day thine eyes haveseen how
25. 8 let the young men find favour in thine ey.
26. 21 my soul was precious in thine eyes this
26. 24 thy life was much set by. .in mine eyes
26. 24 let my life be much set by in the eyes of
27. 5 If I have now found grace in thine eyes
2 Sa. 6. 20 who uncovered himself to day in the eyes
12. ii and I will take thy wives before thine e.
13. 34 And the young man . .lifted up his eyes
15. 25 if I shall find favour in the eyes of the
1 8. 24 lifted up his eyes, and looked, and behold
22. 28 but thine eyes (are) upon the haughty
24. 3 that the eyes of my lord the king may see
i Ki. i . 20 And thou . . the eyes of all Israel (are) upon
i. 48 to sit on my throne this day, mine eyes
8. 29 That thine eyes may be open toward this
8. 52 That thine eyes may be open unto the
9. 3 mine eyes and mine heart shall be there
10. 7 until I came, and mine eyes had seen (it)
11. 33 not walked, .to do. .right in mine eyes
14. 4 for his eyes were set by reason of his age
14. 8 who followed, .to do. .right in mine eyes
15. 5, u did. .right in the eyes of the LORD
16. 25 Omri wrought eyilinthe eyes of the LORD
20. 6 whatsoever is pleasant in thine eyes
22. 43 doing, .right in the eyes of the LORD
z Ki. 4. 34 his eyes upon his eyes, and his hands
4. 35 seven times, and the child opened his ey.
6. 17 I pray thee, open his eyes, that he may see
BYE 320 EYE
i Ki 6. 17 And the LORD opened the eyes of the
6. 20 open the eyes of these . . that they may
6. 20 the LORD opened their eyes, and they
7. z, 19 Behold, thou shalt see . . with thine ey.
10. 5 do thou (that which is) good in thine eyes
10. 30 in executing, .right in mine eyes
19. 16 and hear ; open, LOKI>, thine eyes, and see
19. 22 against whom hast thou. . lifted up thine e.
22. 20 thine eyes shall not see all the evil
25. 7 slew the sons of Zedekiah before his eyes
25. 7 put out the eyes of Zedekiah, and bound
i 01.13. 4 the thing was right in the eyes of all the
17. 17 this was a small thing in thine eyes, O G.
21. 16 David lifted up his eyes, and saw the an.
21. 23 let my lord. .do. .good in his eyes
i Ch. 6. 20 That thine eyes may be open upon this
6. 40 let, I beseech thee, thine eyes be open
7. 15 Now mine eyes shall be open, and mine
7. 16 mine eyes and mine heart shall be there
9. 6 until I came, and mine eyes had seen (it)
14. 2 Asa did . . good and right in the eyes of the
16. 9 For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro
20. 12 our God . . our eyes (are) upon thee:
21. 6 he wrought, .evil in the eyes of the LORD
29. 6 and done . . evil in the eyes of the LORD
29. 8 and to hissing, as ye see with your eyes
Ezra 3.12 the foundation . . was laid before their ey.
5. 5 But the eye of their God was upon the
9. 8 that our God may lighten our eyes, and
Neh 1.6 Let thine ear.. be attentive, and thine e.
6. 1 6 were much cast down in their own eyes
Esth. 1.17 shall despise their husbands in their eyes
Job 2. 12 when they lifted up their eyes afar off
3. 10 not shut, .nor hid sorrow from mine eyes
4. 16 an image (was) before mine eyes, .silence
7. 7 mine eye shall no more see good
7. 8 The eye of him that hath seen me shall
7. S thine eyes (are) upon me, and I (am) not
10. 4 Hast thou eyes of flesh . or seest thou as
10. 1 8 I had given up the ghost, and no eye had
n. 4 thou hast said . . I am clean in thine eyes
11. 20 But the eyes of the wicked shall fail
13. i Lo, mine eye hath seen all. .mine ear
14. 3 dost thou open thine eyes upon such an
15. 12 carry thee away ? and what do thy eyes
16. 9 mine enemy sharpeueth his eyes upon me
16. 20 mine eye poureth out (tears) unto God
17. 2 doth not mine eye continue in their pro.
17. 5 even the eyes of his children shall fail
17. 7 Mine eye also is dim by reason of sorrow
19. 27 Whom I shall see. .and mine eyes shall
20. 9 The eye also (which) saw him shall (see
21. 8 and their offspring before their eyes
21. 20 His eyes shall see his destruction, and
24. 15 The eye also of the adulterer waiteth for
24. 15 No eye shall see me ; and disguiseth (his)
24. 23 safety, .yet his eyes (are) upon their ways
27. 19 The rich, .openeth his eyes, and he (is)
28. 7 and which the vulture s eye hath not seen
28. 10 and his eye seeth every precious thing
28. 21 Seeing it is hid from the eyes of all living
29. 1 1 when the eye saw (me), it gave witness to
29. 15 I was eyes to the blind, and feet (was) I
31. i I made a covenant with mine eyes ; why
31. 7 and mine heart walked after mine eyes
31. 16 have caused the eyes of the widow to fail
32. i because he (was) righteous in his own e.
34 21 For his eyes (are) upon the ways of man
36. 7 He withdraweth not his eyes from the
39. 29 From thence . .her eyes behold afar off
40. 24 He taketh it with his eyes ; (his) nose
41. 18 his eyes (are) like the eyelids of the
42. 5 I have heard, .but now mine eye seeth
Psa. 6. 7 Mine eye is consumed because of grief
10. 8 his eyes are privily set against the poor
n. 4 his eyes behold, his eyelids try, the chil.
13. 3 lighten mine eyes, lest I sleep the. .death
15. 4 In whose eyes a vile person is contemned
17. 2 let thine eyes behold the things that are
17. 8 Keep me as the apple of the eye; hide
17. ii they have set their eyes bowing down to
19. 8 rejoicing the heart . . enlightening the e.
25. 15 Mine eyes (are) ever toward the LORD
26. 3 thy loving kindness (is) before mine eyes
31. 9 mine eye is consumed with grief, .ray
31. 22 I am cut off from before thine eyes
32. 8 I will guide thee with mine eye
33. 18 the eye of the LORD (is) upon them that
34. 15 The eyes of the LORD (are) upon the righ.
35. 19 let them wink with the eye that hate me
35. 21 (and) said, Aha, aha! our eye hath seen
36. i (there is) no fear of God before his eyes
36. 2 For he flattereth himself in his own eyes
38. 10 as for the light of mine eyes, it also is gone
50. 21 and set. .in order before thine eyes
54. 7 mine eye hath seen (his desire) upon mine
66. 7 his eyes behold the nations : let not the
69. 3 mine eyes fail while I wait for my God
69. 23 Let their eyes be darkened, that they see
73. 7 Their eyes stand out with fatness
77. 4 Thou holdest mine eyes waking : I am so
88. 9 Mine eye mourneth by reason of affliction
91. 8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold
92. ii Mine eye also shall see (my desire) on
94. 9 he that formed the eye, shall he not see ?
101. 3 I will set no wicked thing before mine e
101. 6 Mine eyes (shall be) upon the faithful of
115. 5 they speak not ; eyes have they, but they
11 6. 8 mine eyes from tears . .my feet from
1 18. 23 LORD S doing ; it (is) marvellous in our e
119. 18 Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold
119. 37 Turn away mine eyes from beholding va
Psa.ii9. 82 Mine eyes fail for thy word, saying
119. 123 Mine eyes fail for thy salvation, and
119. 136 Kivers of waters run down mine eyes
119. 148 Mine eyes prevent the (night) watches
121. i I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
123. i Unto thee lift I up mine eyes, O thou
133. a as the eyes of servants, .unto the hand
123. 2 as the eyes of a maiden unto the hand
123. 2 so our eyes, .upon the LORD our God
131. i my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes
132. 4 I will not give sleep to mine eyes, (or)
135. 16 they speak not ; eyes have they, but they
139. 16 Thine eyes did see my substance, yet
141. 8 mine eyes (are) unto thee, O GOD the
145. 15 The eyes of all wait upon thee ; and thou
Prov. 3. 7 Be not wise in thine own eyes : fear the
3. 21 son, let not them depart from thine eyes
4. 21 Let them not depart from thine eyes
4. 25 Let thine eyes look right on, and let
5. 21 the ways of man (are) before the eyes of
6. 4 Give not sleep to thine eyes, nor slumber
6. 13 He winketh with his eyes, he speaketh
7. 2 Keep, .my law as the apple of thine eye
10. 10 He that winketh with the eye causeth
10. 26 as smoke to the eyes, so (is) the sluggard
12. 15 The way of a fool (is) right in his own eyes
15. 3 The eyes of the LORD (are) in every place
15. 30 The light of the eyes rejoiceth the heart
1 6. 2 the ways of a man (are) clean in his own e.
16. 30 He shutteth his eyes to devise frowardj
17. 8 A gift (is as) a precious stone in the eyes
17. 24 but the eyes of a fool (are) in the ends of
go. 8 A king . . scattereth away all evil with his e.
to. 12 The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the
20. 13 open thine eyes, .thou shalt be satisfied
21. 2 way of a man (is) right in his own eyes
21. 10 his neighbour tindeth no favour in his e.
22. 9 He that bath a bountiful eye shall be
22. 12 The eyes of the LORD preserve knowledge
23. 5 Wilt thou set thine eyes upon that which
23. 6 Eat thou not the bread of . .an evil eye
23. 26 My son. .let thine eyes observe my ways
23. 29 without cause ? who hath redness of eyes ?
23. 33 Thine eyes shall behold strange women
25. 7 presence of the prince whom thine eyes
27. 20 so the eyes of man are never satisfied
28. 22 that hasteth to be rich (hath) an evil eye
28. 27 he that hideth his eyes shall have many
29. 13 the LORD lighteneth both their eyes
30. 12 a generation, .pure in their own eyes
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30. 138 generation, O how lofty are their eyes !
30. 17 The eye (that) mocketh at (his) father
Eccl. i. 8 the eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor
2. 10 whatsoever mine eyes desired I kept not
2. 14 The wise man s eyes (are) in his head
4. 8 neither is his eye satisfied with riches
5. ii saving the beholding, .with their eyes?
6. 9 Better (is) the sight of the eyes than the
8. 16 neither day nor night seeth. .with his e
ii. 7 pleasant .. for the eyes to behold the sun
ii. 9 of thine heart, and hi the sight of thine e.
Song i. 15 thou (art) fair; thou (hast) doves eyes
4. i thou (hast) doves eyes within thy locks
4. 9 ravished my heart with one of thine eyes
5. 12 His eyes (are) as. .of doves by the rivers
6. 5 Turn away thine eyes from me, for they
7. 4 thine eyes, .the fishpools in Heshbon, by
8. 10 then was I in his eyes as one that found
Isa. i. 15 spread, .your hands, I will hide mine eyes
i. 16 the evil of your doings from before mine e.
3. 8 against the LORD, to provoke the eyes of
3. 16 with stretched forth necks, and wanton e.
5. 15 and the eyes of the lofty shall be humbled
5. 21 Woe unto, .wise in their own eyes, and
6. 5 mine eyes have seen the King, the LORD
6. 10 make their ears heavy, and shut their e.
6. 10 lest they see with their eyes, and hear
n. 3 he shall not judge after the sight of his e.
13. 16 shall be dashed to pieces before their e.
13. 1 8 no pity . .their eye shall not spare children
17. 7 his eyes shall have respect to the Holy
29. 10 of deep sleep, and hath closed your eyes
29. 18 the eyes of the blind shall see out of ob.
30. 20 but thine eyes shall see thy teachers
32. 3 the eyes of them that see shall not be
33. 15 and shutteth his eyes from seeing evil
33. 17 Thine eyes shall see the King in his beauty
33. 20 thine eyes shall see Jerusalem a quiet
35. 5 Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened
37. 17 Incline thine ear. .open thine eyes, O
37. 23 against whom hast thou . . lifted up thine e.
38. 14 mine eyes fail (with looking) upward
40. 26 Lift up your eyes on high, and behold
42. 7 To open the blind eyes, to bring out the
43. 8 Bring forth the blind, .that have eyes
44. 18 he hath shut their eyes, that they cannot
49. 5 yet shall I be glorious in the eyes of the
49. 18 Lift up thine eyes round about, and beh
51. 6 Lift up your eyes to the heavens, and look
52. 8 they shall see eye to eye, when the LORD
52. 10 made bare his holy arm in the eyes of all
59. 10 and we grope as if. .no eyes : we stumble
60. 4 Lift up thine eyes round about, and see
64. 4 perceived by the ear, neither hath the eye
65. 12 did not hear ; but did evil before mine e.
65. 16 and because they are hid from mine eyes
66. 4 not hear: but they did eril before mine e.
Jer. 3. 2 Lift up thine eyes unto the high places
5. 3 O LORD, (are) not thine eyes upon the
5. 21 which have eyes, and see not; which
7. ii become a den of robbers in your eyes?
9. i and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I
Jer. 9. 1 8 that our eyes may run down with tears
13. 17 mine eye shall weep sore, and run down
13. 20 Lift up your eyes, and behold them that
14. 6 their eyes did fail, because . . no grass
14. 17 Let mine eyes run down with tears night
16. 9 to cease out of this place in your eyes
16. 17 For mine eyes (are) upon all their ways
16. 17 neither is. .iniquity hid from mine eyes
20. 4 they shall fall . . and thine eyes shall be.
22. 17 But thine eyes and thine heart (are) not
24. 6 For I will set mine eyes upon them for
29. 21 and he shall slay them before your eyes
31. 16 Refrain, .thine eyes from tears : for thy
32. 4 and his eyes shall behold his eyes
32. 19 thine eyes (are) open upon all the ways
34. 3 thine eyes shall behold the eyes of the
39, 6 slew the sons of Zedekiah . .before his ey.
39. 7 Moreover he put out Zedekiah s eyes
42. 2 a few of many, as thine eyes do behold
52. 2 he did. .evil in the eyes of the LORD
52. 10 slew the sous of Zedekiah before his eye*
52. ii Then he put out the eyes of Zedekiah
Lam. i. 16 mine eye, mine eye runneth down with
2. 4 and slew all. .pleasant to the eye in the
2. ii Mine eyes do fail with tears, my bowels
2. 18 let not the apple of thine eye cease
3. 48 Mine eye runneth down with rivers of w.
3. 49 Mine eye trickleth down, and ceaseth not
3. 51 Mine eye affecteth mine heart because of
4. 17 our eyes as yet failed for our vain help
5. 17 heart is faint; for these, .our eyes are di;a
Eze. i. 18 their rings, .full of eyes round about tl.er:;
5. ii neither shall mine eye spare, neither will
6. 9 with their eyes, which go a whoring after
7. 4, <? mine eye shall not spare . . neither will
8. 5 lift up thine eyes now the way toward
8. 5 I lifted up mine eyes the way toward the
8. 1 8 mine eye shall not spare, neither will I
9. 5 let not your eye spare, neither have ye
9. 10 as for me also, mine eye shall not spare
10. 12 and the wheels, .full of eyes round about
12. 2 which have eyes to see, and see not
12. 12 that he see not the ground with (his) ejxs
16. 5 None eye pitied thee, to do any of these
18. 6, 12, 15 hath lifted up his eyes to the idols
20. 7 every man the abominations of his eyes
20. 8 cast away the abominations of their eyes
20. 17 mine eye spared them from destroying
20. 24 then- eyes were after their fathers idols
21. 6 and with bitterness sigh before their eyes
22. 26 and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths
23. 16 as soon as she saw them with her eyes
23. 27 so that thou shalt not lift up thine eyes
23. 40 thou didst wash thyself, paintedst thine e.
24. 16 I take away, .the desirepf thine eyes with
24. 21 the excellency, .the desire of your eyes
24. 25 joy of their glory, the desire of their eyes
33. 25 and lift up your eyes toward your idols
36. 23 I shall be sanctified, .before their eyes
37. 20 the sticks, .in thine hand before their e.
38. 16 I shall be sanctified .before their eyes
38. 23 I will be known in the eyes of many nat.
40. 4 behold with thine eyes, and hear with
44. 5 behold with thine eyes, and hear with
Dan. 4. 34 I Nebuchadnezzar lifted up mine eyes
7. 8 in this horn (were) eyes like the eyes of
7. 20 even (of) that horn that had eyes, and a
8. 3 I lifted up mine eyes, and saw, and, beh.
8. 5 goat (had) a notable horn between his e
8. 21 the great horn that (is) between his eyes
9. 18 open thine eyes, and behold our desola.
10. 5 I lifted up mine eyes, and looked, and
10. 6 his eyes as lamps of fire, and his arms
Hos. 13. 14 repentance shall be hid from mine eye^
Joel i. 16 Is not the meat cut off before our eyes
Amos 9. 4 I will set mine eyes upon them for evil
9. 8 the eyes of the Lord GOD (are) upon the
Mic. 4. ii Let her be defiled, and let our eye look
7. 10 mine eyes shall behold her : now shall
Hab. i. 13 of purer eyes than to behold evil, and
Zeph. 3. 20 turn back your captivity before your eyes
Hag. 2. 3 in your eyes in comparison of it as nothing?
Zech. i. 18 Then lifted I up mine eyes, and saw
2. 1 1 lifted up mine eyes again, and louk-. ci
2. 8 toucheth you toucheth the apple of his e.
3. 9 For . . upon one stone (shall be) seven eyes 1
4. 10 they (are) the eyes of the LORD, which
5. i Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes
5. 5 said unto me, Lift up now thine eyes
5. 9 Then lifted I up mine eyes, and looked
6. i I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, and
8. 6 If it be marvellous in the eyes of the
8. 6 should it also be marvellous in mine eyer?
9. i when the eyes of man, as of all the tribes
9. 8 for now have I seen with mine eyes
11. 17 sword, .upon his arm, and upon his right e.
11. 17 his right eye shall be utterly darkened
12. 4 I will open mine eyes upon the house of
14. 12 their eyes shall consume away in their
Mai. i. 5 And your eyes shall see, and ye shall say
2. The eye; sight, o/u/ta omma.
Mark 8. 23 when he had spit on his eyes, .he asked
3. The eye, o^OaAjuoy ophthalmos.
Matt. 5. 29 if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out
5. 38 An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth
6. 22 The light of the body is the eye
6. 22 if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole
6. 23 But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body
7. 3 beholdest . . the mote . . in thy brother s eye
7. 3 considerest not the beam . . in thine own e.
~. 4 Let me pull . . the mote out of thine eye
BYE 321 FACE
Matt. 7 4 and, behold, a beam (is) in thine own eye?
7 5 first cast, .the beam out of thine own eye
7 5 to cast . .the mote out of thy brother s eye
9. 29 Then touched he their eyes, saying, Ace.
q 30 their eyes were opened : and Jesus straitly
ri. 15 and their eyes they have closed ; lest
13 15 any time they should see with (their)eyes
13. 1 6 But blessed (are) your eyes, for they see
17. 8 And when they had lifted up their eyes
18. Q if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out
is! 9 rather than having two eyes to be cast
20. 15 Is thine eye evil, because I am good?
20. 33 Lord, that our eyes may be opened
20 34 had compassion . . and touched their eyes
20. 34 immediately [their eyes] received sight
21. 42 doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes?
26. 43 asleep again : for their eyes were heavy
Mark 7. 22 an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness
8. 1 8 Having eyes, see ye not? and haying ears
8. 25 he put (his) hands again upon his eyes
9. 47 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out
g. 47 than having two eyes to be cast into
12. it doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes?
14. 40 asleep again, for their eyes were heavy
Luke 2. 30 For mine eyes have seen thy salvation
4. 20 And the eyes of all. .were fastened on
6. 20 And he lifted up his eyes on his disciples
6. 41 beholdest., the mote., in thy brother s eye
.41 perceivest not the beam . . in thine own e. ?
f>. 42 let me pull out the mote . .in thine eye
6. 42 beholdest not the beam, .in thine own eye?
6. 42 out of thine own eye . .in thy brother s eye
10. 23 Blessed (are) the eyes which see the things
11. 34 The light of the body is the eye
ii. 34 therefore when thine eye is single, thy
16. 23 in hell he lift up his eyes, being in tor.
18. 13 would not lift up so much as (his) eyes
19. 42 but now they are hid from thine eyes
24. 16 their eyes were holden that they should
24. 31 their eyes were opened, and they knew
John 4. 35 Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields
6. 5 When Jesus then lifted up (his) eyes, and
a. 6 he anointed the eyes of the blind man
o. 10 said they. .How were thine eyes opened?
9. ii Jesus made clay, and anointed mine eyes
Q. 14 Jesus made the clay, and opened his eyes
q. 15 He put clay upon mine eyes, and I washed
g. 17 thou of him, that he hath opened thine e.?
q. 21 or who hath opened his eyes, we know
q. 26 What did he. .how opened he thine eyes?
a. 30 he is, and (yet) he hath opened mine eyes
o 32 that any man opened the eyes of one that
10. 21 Can a devil open the eyes of the blind?
n. 37 man, which opened the eyes of the blind
11.41 Jesus lifted up (his) eyes, and said, Father
12 40 He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened
12! 40 that they should not see with (their) eyes
17. i and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and
Acts 9. 8 when his eyes were opened, he saw no
9. 1 8 there fell from his eyes as it had been
9. 40 she opened her eyes : and when she saw
26. 1 8 To open their eyes. . to turn, .from dark.
28 27 their ears are dull, .their eyes have they
28 27 lest they should see with (their) eyes
Rom. 3. 18 There is no fear of God before their eyes
11. 8 God hath given them, .eyes that they
11. 10 Let their eyes be darkened, that they
i Co. 2. 9 as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor
12. 16 Because I am not the eye, I am not of
12. 17 If the whole body (were) an eye, where
12. 21 And the eye cannot say unto the hand
15. 52 In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye
Gal !. i before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been
4. 1 5 ye would have plucked out your own eyes
Eph. i 1 8 The eyes of your understanding being
Heb 4.13 unto the eyes of him with whom we have
1 Pe. 3. 12 For the eyes of the Lord (are) over the
2 Pe. 2. 14 Having eyes full of adultery, and that
i Jo. i. i That.. which we have seen with our eyes
2. 1 1 because that darkness hath blinded his e.
2. 16 the lust of the eyes, .is not of the Father
Rev. i. 7 and every eye shall see him, and they
1. 14 and his eyes (were) as a flame of fire
2. 18 who hath his eyes like unto a flame of
3. 18 anoint thine eyes with eyesalve, that
4. 6 four beasts, full of eyes before and behind
4. 8 full of eyes within : and they rest not
5 6 having seven horns and seven eyes
7 . 17 shall wipe away all tears from their eyes
19. 12 His eyes (were) as a flame of fire, and
21. 4 shall wipe away all tears from their eyes
4. Hole, a boring, rpv/j.a\id tritmalia.
Markio. 25 It is easier, .to go through the eye of an.
LukeiS. 25 it is easier, .to go through a needle s [e.]
5. Hole, a boring, rpuTnj/xo trupema.
Matt. 1 9. 24 It is easier, .to go through the eye of a
EYE, with one
One-eyed, (jLov6<f>Oa\(j.os monophthalmos.
Matt. 1 8. 9 better, .to enter into life with one eye
Mark 9. 47 to enter into the kingdom . . with one eye
EYE, to
To eye, jl^, pjj avan, ayan. [v.L. Jijf], ayan.
i Sa. 1 8. 9 Saul eyed David from that day and lor.
EYE brows
The arches of the eyes, o:yy_ naa gabboth enayim [gab].
Lev. 14. o shall shave ail his hair off his . . eyebrows
EYE lids
Eyelids, D 9y?y aphappim.
Job 1 6. 1 6 and on my eyelids (is) the shadow of death
41. 18 his eyes (are) like the eyelids of the mom.
Psa. ii. 4 his eyes behold, his eyelids try, the child.
132. 4 sleep to mine eyes . . slumber to mine eye.
Prov. 4. 25 let thine eyelids look straight before
6. 4 thine eyes, nor slumber to thine eyelids
6. 25 neither let her take thee with her eyelids
30. 13 how lofty are their eyes! and their eyelids
Jer. 9. 1 8 and our eyelids gush out with waters
EYE salve
Collyriuin, a small cake, KO\\OVOIOV. Ko\\vpiov.
Rev. 3. 18 anoint thine eyes with eye salve, that
EYE service
Eye service, o(t>6a\no5ov\fia ophthalmodouleia.
Eph. 6. 6 Not with eye-service, as men pleasers; but
Col. 3. 22 not with eye-service, as men pleasers ; but
EYE sight
Eye, J!J2 ayin.
2 Sa. 22. 25 according to my cleanness in his eyesight
Psa. 18. 24 according to the cleanness, .in his eyesi.
EYE witness
l.One who beholds for himself, avr^irrijs autoptes.
Luke i. 2 which from the beginning were eyewitn.
1.A looker on, ^rJirTT/s epoptes.
2 Pe i. 16 but were eyewitnesses of his majesty
EZAR, i Ch. i. 38. See EZER.
EZ -BAI, 3JN shining, beautiful.
The father of one of David s thirty mighty men. In 2 Sa.
23. 35, the words are "Paarai the Arbite." B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n. 37 Hezro the Carmelite, Naarai the son of E.
EZ -BON, p3?!< splendour.
1. Son of Gad and founder of a Gadite family. In Nu.
26. 16, the name is written "
Ozni." B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 16 Shuni, and E., Eri, and Arodi, and Areli
2. Son of Bela son of Benjamin. It is strange that
while Ezbon is not elsewhere mentioned among the
children of Bela or of Benjamin he appears here with Iri,
which was not a Benjamite family, but which is found
with Ezbon (Ozni) among Gadite families, both in Gen.
46. 16, (" Eri ) and Num. 26. 16. B.C. 1670.
i Ch. 7. 7 the sons of Bela ; E., and Uzzi, and Uzz.
E-ZE-KI -AS, E^tKioj, the Greek form of Hezekiah.
Matt. i. 9 Joatham begat Achaz ; and Achaz begat E.
i. 10 E. begat Manasses; and Manasses begat
E-ZE-KI -EI, Vnptiv God is strong.
A priest who prophesied to the exiles in Mesopotamia,
by the river Chebar, (the Nahr Malcha) and wrote the
book in the Old Testament which bears his name. He
is one of the four so called "greater prophets," but he
rarely alludes to himself. He prophesied from the fifth
year (B.C. 595) of Jehoiachin.
Eze. i. 3 word of the LORD came expressly unto E.
24. 24 Thus E. is unto you a sign : according to
E -ZEL, "?IK division, separation.
A memorial stone near Saul s residence, the scene of the
final parting of David and Jonathan. The place or
" Heap of Stones" was between Rama and Nob.
i Sa. 20. 19 .thou. .shalt remain by the stone E.
E -ZEM, oxj; strength.
A city of Simeon. The name appears In Joshua (15. 29.
and 19. 3) as Azem.
i Ch. 4. 29 And at Bilhah, and at E., and at Tolad
E -ZER, niy, 1JJJ, "-JV help.
1. A son of Ephraim slain by the inhabitants of Gath
while carrying off their cattle. B.C. 1680.
i Ch. 7. 21 and Shuthelah his son, and E , and Etead
2. A priest noticed in the book of Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 42 Jeh., and Malchijah, and Elam, and E.
3. A descendant of Judah through Caleb son of, Hur.
Perhaps the same as Ezra in i Ch. 4. 17.
i Ch. 4. 4 Penuel the father of Gedor, and E. the
4. A valiant Gadite who joined David at Ziklag. B.C.
1048.
i Ch.i2. 9 E. the first, Obadiah the second, Eliab
5. A Levite who assisted in repairing the wall of Jeru
salem in the time of Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 19 next to him repaired E. the son of Jeshua
E -ZER, -ISN union.
A son of Seir the Horite. B.C. 1780.
Gen. 36. 21 Dishon, and E., and Dishan: these (are)
36. 27 children of E. . .these ; Bflhan, and Za.
36. 30 Duke Dishon, duke E., duke Dishan
i Ch. i. 38 Anah, and Dishon, and E., and Dishan
i. 42 sons of E.; Bilhan, and Zavan, (and) J.
EZ-ION GA -BER, ^a ji ^ backbone of a mighty
one. [EZION GEBER.]
The last station of the Israelites before coming to the
" wilderness of Zin, which is Kadesh." It was subse
quently the station of Solomon s navy ; that at which
Jehoshaphat s ships were broken. This port is at the
Modern Ain-el Ghudyan about ten miles up the dry
bed of the Arabah, and near Elath or Berenice.
Nuni33. 35 And they departed, .and encamped at E.
33. 36 And they removed from E., and pitched
Deut. 2. 8 the plain from Elath, and from E.
1 Ki. 9. 26 king Solomon made a navy of ships in E.
22. 48 went not ; for the ships were brok. at E.
2 Ch. 8. 17 Then went Solomon to E., and to Eloth
20. 36 and they made the ships in E.
EZ -NTTE, J5? the one belonging to Etsen.
Patronymic of Adino one of David s worthies.
2 Sa. 23. 8 the same (was) Adino the E. : (he lift up
EZ -RA, trjuj, n-jij; help.
1. The head of one of the twenty-two courses of priest*
that came up from exile with Zerubbabel and Jeshua
Nehemiah (10. 2-8) has the name Azariah as is pro
bably the case in Ezra 7. i.
Neh. 12. i Seraiah, Jeremiah, E.
2. A descendant of Judah through Caleb.
i Ch. 4. 17 the sons of E. . . Jether, and Mered, and
3. A famous scribe and priest descended from Hilkiah
the high priest.
Ezra. 7. i E. the son of Seraiah, the son of Azariah
7. 6 This E. went up from Babylon ; and he
7. 10 E. had prepared his heart to seek the
7. ii the king Artaxerxes gave unto E. the
7. 12 Artaxerxes, king of kings, unto E. the
7. 21 whatsoever E. . .shall require of you, it
7. 25 thou, E. . .set magistrates and judges
10. i when E. had prayed, and when he had
10. 2 Shechaniah . . answered and said unto E.
10. 5 Then arose E., and made the chief prie.
10. 6 E. rose up from before the house of God
10. 10 E. the priest stood up, and said unto them
10. 1 6 E. the priest, (with) certain chief of the
Neh. 8. i they spake unto E. the scribe to bring
8. 2 E. the priest brought the law before the
8. 4 E. the scribe stood upon a pulpit of wood
8. 5 E. opened the book in the sight of all
8. 6 And E. blessed the LORD, the great G.
8. 9 E. the priest, .said unto all the people
8 13 were gathered together. . unto E. . .to
12. 13 Of E., Meshullam ; of Amariah, Jehoha.
12. 26 in the days of . .. the priest, the scribe
12. 33 And Azariah, E., and Meshullam
12. 36 of David the man of God, and E. the

EZ-RA-HITE, iri|x belonging to Ezrach.
Patronymic of Ethan and Heman. The word is deriv
able from Ezrah or Zerach ; and Ethan and Heman are
both given as sons of Zerah, son of Judah. Another
Ethan and Heman are named as Levite musicians in
i Ch. vi.
i Ki. 4. 31 he was wiser than. .Ethan the E.
Psa. 88. title. Maschil of Heman the E.
89. title. Maschil of Ethan the E.


EZ -RI, my help.
Qne of the superintendents of David. B.C. 1015.
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