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FABLE - Talk, tale, legend, myth, nvQos muthos.
1 Tim i. 4 Neither give heed to fables and endless
4. 7 But refuse profane and old wives fables
z Ti. 4. 4 turn away . . and shall be turned unto fa.
Titus i. 14 Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and
2 Pe. i. 16 have not followed cunningly devised fa.

FACE
l.Face, J 9 N anpin.
Dan. 2. 46 the king Nebuchadnezzar fell upon It

2.Face, nose, *Kaph.
Gen. 3. 19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat
19. i bowed himself with his face toward the
24. 47 and I put the ear ring upon her face, and
42. 6 and bowed down . .(with) their faces to
48. 12 he bowed himself with his face to the
Num 22. 31 he bowed down, .and fell flat on his face
1 Sa. 20. 41 fell on his face to the ground, and bowed
24. 8 David stooped with his face to the earth
25. 41 and bowed herself on (her) face to the e.
28. 14 and he stooped with (his) face to the gr.
2 Sa 14. 4 she fell on her face to the ground, and
14. 33 and bowed himself on his face to the gr.
18. 28 he fell down to the earth upon his face
24! 20 bowed himself before the king on his face
i Ki i. 23 he bowed himself . . with his face to the g.
i. 31 Then Bath-sheba bowed with (her) face
1 Ch.2i. 21 and bowed himself, .with (his) face to
2 Ch. 7. 3 they bowed themselves with their faces
20. 18 Jehoshaphat bowed his head with (his)f.
Neh. 8. 6 worshipped the LORD with (their) faces
Eze. 38. 18 (that) my fury shall come up in my face
Z.Eye, aspect, ]-.]i ayin.
Exodio. 5 And they shall cover the face of the eart!>
10. 15 they covered the face of the whole earth
Nunii4. 14 that thou, LORD, art seen face to face
22. 5 behold, they cover the face of the earth
22. ii (there is) a people, .which covereth the f.
1 Ki. 20. 38 disguised himself with ashes upon his face
20. 41 and took the ashes away from his face
2 Ki. 9. 30 she painted her face, and tired her head

3. Face, D  panim.
Gen. i. 2 and darkness (was) upon the face of the
1. 2 the Spirit of God moved upon the face of
1. 29 which (is) upon the face of all the earth
2. 6 and watered the whole face of the ground
Gen. 4. 14 thou hast driven me out. .from the (ace
4. 14 and from thy face shall I be hid ; and I
6. i when men began to multiply upon the f.
6. 7 I will destroy man. .from the face of the
7. 3 to keep seed alive upon the face of all
7. 4 will I destroy from off the face of the
7. 18 and the ark went upon the face of the
7. 23 which was upon the face of the ground
8. 8 the waters were abated from off the face
8. 9 for the waters (were) on the face of the
8. 13 and, behold, the face of the ground was
9. 23 their faces (were) backward, and they saw
10. 4 scattered abroad upon the face of the. .e.
11. 8 the LORD scattered them, .upon the face
11.9 scatter them abroad upon the face of all
16. 6 Sarai dealt hardly . . she fled from her face
16. 81 flee from the face of my mistress Sarai
17. 3 Abrain fell on his face: and God talked
17. 17 Then Abraham fell upon his face, and la.
19. 13 cry of them is waxen great before the fa.
30. 33 it shall come for my hire before thy face
30. 40 set the faces of the flocks toward the ri.
31. 21 andset his face (toward) the mount Gilead
32. 20 afterward I will see his face ; peradven.
32. 30 I have seen God face to face, and rny
33. 10 seen thy face, us though I had seen the f.
35. i when thou fleddest from the face of Esau
35. 7 when he fled from the face of his brother
36. 6 went into the country from the face of
38. 15 an harlot ; because she had covered her f.
41. 56 the famine was over all the face of the
43- 3 5 Ye shall not see my face, except your
43. 31 And he washed his face, and went out
44. 23 Except, .ye shall see my face no more
44. 26 for we may not see the man s face, except
46. 28 he sent Judah. .to direct his face unto
46. 30 Now let me die, since I have seen thy f.
48. ii I had not thought to see thy face; and, lo
50. i And Joseph fell upon his father s face, and
50. 1 8 also went and fell down before his face
Exod. 2. 15 But Moses fled from the face of Pharaoh
3. 6 Moses hid his face ; for he was afraid to
10.28 Get thee from me . . see my face no more
10. 28 for in (that) day thou seest my face thou
10. 29 Thou hast spoken well, I will see thy face
14. 25 Let us flee from the face of Israel ; for
16. 14 behold, upon the face of the wilderness
17. 7 and laid before their faces all these words
20. 20 that his fear may be before your faces
25. 20 and their faces (shall look) one to another
25. 20 toward the mercy seat shall the faces of
32. 12 consume them from the face of the earth?
33. ii the LORD spake unto Moses face to face
33. 16 all the people that (are) upon the face of
33. 20 And he said, Thou canst not see my face
33. 23 back parts ; but my face shall not be seen
34. 29 the skin of his face shone while he talked
34. 30 skin of his face shone ; and they were
34. 33 Moses had done . .he put a veil on his fact-
34. 35 the children of Israel saw the face of M.
34. 35 that the skin of Moses face shone : and
34. 35 Moses put the veil upon his face again
37. 9 cherubim . . with their faces one to anot.
37. 9 to the mercy seatward were the faces of
Lev: 9. 24 they shouted, and fell on their faces
13. 41 from the part of his head toward his face
17. 10 I will even set my face against that soul
20. 3, 5 I will set my face against that man, and
20. 6 I will even set my face against that soul
26. 17 I will set my face against you, and ye
Num. 6. 25 The LORD make his face shine upon thee
11. 31 two cubits (high) upon the face of the
12. 3 all the men which (were) upon the face
12. 14 If her father had but spit in her face
14. 5 Moses and Aaron fell on their faces before
1 6. 4 when Moses heard (it), he fell upon his f.
16. 22 they fell upon their faces, and said, O God
16. 45 Get you up. .And they fell upon their fa.
20. 6 they fell upon their faces : and the glory
24. i but he set his face toward the wilderness
Deut. 1.17 shall not be afraid of the face of man
5. 4 The LORD talked with you face to face in
6. 15 destroy thee from off the face of the earth
7. 6 above all people that (are) upon the face
7. 10 repayeth them that hate him to their face
7. 10 not be slack . . he will repay him to his face
8. 20 which the LORD destroyeth before your f.
25. 2 to be beaten before his face, according to
25. 9 spit
in his face, and shall answer and say
28. 7 thine enemies . . to be smitten before thy f.
28. 31 violently taken away from before thy face
31. 5 LORD shall give them up before your face
31. 17 I will hide my face from them, and they
31. 18 And I will surely hide my face in that day
32. 20 And he said, I will hide my face from
34. 10 Moses, whom the LORD knew face to face
Josh. 5. 14 Joshua fell on his face to the earth, and
7. 6 fell to the earth upon his face before the
Judg. 6. 22 have seen an angel of the LORD face to f.
13. 20 Manoah and his wife, .fell on their faces
1 8. 23 they turned their faces, and said unto
Ruth 2. 10 Then she fell on her face, and bowed
1 Sa- 5- 3. * Dagon (was) fallen upon his face to the
17. 49 and he fell upon his face to the earth
20. 15 cut off. .every one from the face of the
25. 23 fell before David on her face, and bowed
26. 20 let not my blood fall . . before the face of
2 Sa. 2. 22 how then should I hold up my face to J.
3. 13 Thou shalt not see rny face, except thou
3. 13 Michal. .when thou comesttoseemyface
9. 6 he fell on his face, and did reverence
14. 24 And the king said, .let him not see my f.
2 Sa. 14. 24, 28 So Absalom . . saw not the king s face
14. 32 now therefore let me see the king s face
18. 8 battle was there scattered over the face
19. 4 the king covered his face, and the king
19. 5 Thou hast shamed this day the faces of
1 Ki. 2. 15 set their faces on me, that I should reign
8. 14 the king turned his face about, and blessed
13. 6 Entreat now the face of the I.ORD thy
1 3. 34 to destroy (it) from off the face of the
1 8. 7 he knew him, and fell on his face, and
1 8. 39 they fell on their faces ; and they said
1 8. 42 and put his face between his knees
19. 1 3 when Elijah heard (it) . . he wrapped his f.
21. 4 he laid him down . . and turned away his f .
2 Ki. 4. 29 and lay my staff upon the face of the ch.
4. 31 and laid the staff upon the face of the
8. 15 and spread (it)
on his face, so that he
9. 32 he lifted up his face to the window, and
9. 37 the carcase . . shall be as dung upon the f .
12. 17 Hazael set his face to go up to Jerusalem
13. 14 Joash. .came down, .and wept over his f.
14. 8 Come, let us look one another in the face
14. ii looked one another in the face at Beth-s.
20. 2 he turned his face to the wall, and prayed
x Ch.i2. 8 whose faces (were like) the faces of lions
16. ii Seek the LORD, .seek his face continually
21. 16 David and the elders, .fell upon their faces
2 Ch. 3. 13 they stood on their feet, and their faces
6. 3 king turned his face, and blessed . . Israel
6. 42 turn not away the face of thine anointed
25. 17 Come, let us see one another in the face
25. 21 they saw one another in the face, (both)
29. 6 turned away their faces from the habita.
30. 9 will not turn away (his) face from you, if
32. 21 So he returned with shame of face to his
35. 22 Josiah would not turn his face from him
Ezra 9. 6 I am ashamed and blush to lift up my f.
9. 7 and to confusion of face, as (it is) this day
Esth. 7. 8 the word went . . they covered Hainan s f.
Job i . 1 1 put forth . . and he will curse thee to thy f.
2. 5 put forth . . and he will curse thee to thy f.
4. 15 Then a spirit passed before my face; the
9. 24 he covereth the faces of the judges there.
n. 15 For then shalt thou lift up thy face
13. 24 Wherefore hidest thou thy face, and
1 6. 8 my leanness . . beareth witness to my face
1 6. 1 6 My face is foul with weeping, and on my
21. 31 Who shall declare his way to his face?
22. 26 For then shalt thou. .lift up thy face
24. 15 shall see me; and disguiseth (his) face
26. 9 He holdeth back the face of his throne
30. 10 abhor, .and spare not to spit in my face
33. 26 he shall see his face with joy : for he will
34. 29 when he hideth (his) face, who then can
37. 12 commanded them upon the face of the
38. 30 The waters are hid . . and the face of the
40. 13 them in the dust, .(and) bind their faces
41. 13 Who can discover the face of his garment?
41.14 Who can open the doors of his face ? his
Psa. 5. 8 make thy way straight before my face
10. 1 1 he hideth his face ; he will never see (it)
13. i how long wilt thou hide thy face from me?
17. 15 I will behold thy face in righteousness
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21. 12 upon thy strings against the face of them
22. 24 neither hath he hid his face from him
24. 6 This (is) the generation . . that seek thy f.
27. 8 Seek ye my face. .Thy face, LORD, will I
27. 9 Hide not thy face (far) from me ; put not
30. 7 thou didst hide thy face, (and) I was
31. 1 6 Make thy face to shine upon thy servant
34. 5 They looked, .and their faces were not
34. 1 6 The face of the LORD (is) against them
41. 12 upholdest. .and settest me before thy fa.
44. 15 and the shame of my face hath covered
44. 24 Wherefore hidest thou thy face, (and)
51. 9 Hide thy face from my sins, and blot out
67. i bless us ; (and) cause his face to shine
69. 7 for thy sake . . shame hath covered myface
69. 17 hide not thy face from thy servant ; for
80. 3, 7, 19 cause thy face to shine; and we
83. 1 6 Fill their faces with shame ; that they
84. 9 and look upon the face of thine anointed
88. 14 LORD, .(why) hidest thou thy face from
89. 14 mercy and truth shall go before thy face
89. 23 I will beat down his foes before his face
102. 2 Hide not thy face from me in the day
104. 15 oil to make (his) face to shine, and bread
104. 29 Thou hidest thy face, they are troubled
104. 30 and thou renewest the face of the earth
105. 4 Seek the LORD, .seek his face evermore
119. 135 Make thy face to shine upon thy servant
132. 10 turn not away the face of thine anointed
143. 7 hide not thy face from me, lest I be like
Prov. 7. 15 came I. .diligently to seek thy face
8. 27 when he set a compass upon the face of
21. 29 A wicked man hardeneth his face: but (as)
14. 31 (and) nettles had covered the face thereof
27. 19 As in water face (answereth) to face, so
Eccl. 8. i man s wisdom maketh his face to shine
8. i the boldness of his face shall be changed
Isa. 3. 15 What mean ye (that) ye. .grind the faces
6. 2 with twain he covered his face, and with
8. 17 that hideth his face from the house of
13. 8 be amazed one at another ; their faces
14. 21 nor fill the face of the world with cities
1 6. 4 be thou a covert to them from the face
23. 17 of the world upon the face of the earth
25. 7 face of the covering cast over all people
25. 8 GOD will wipe away tears from off all fa.
27. 6 and fill the face of the world with fruit
29. 22 neither shall his face now wax pale
36. 9 How then wilt thou turn away the face of
Isa. 38. 2 Hezekiah turned his face toward the wall
50. 6 I hid not my face from shame and spitting
50. 7 therefore have I set my face like a flint
53. 3 and we hid as it were (our) faces from
54. 8 I hid my face from thee for a moment
59. 2 your sins have hid (his) face from you
64. 7 for thou hast hid thy face from us, and
65. 3 A people that provoketh me. .to my face
Jer. i. 8 Be not afraid of their faces : for I (am)
i. 13 and the face thereof (is) toward ttir nith
1. 17 be not dismayed at their faces, lest I con.
2. 27 (their) back unto me, and not (their) face
5. 3 they have made their faces harder than a
7. 19 to the confusion of their own faces?
8. 2 they shall be for dung upon the face of
13. 26 will I discover thy skirts upon thy face
16. 4 they shall be as dung upon the face of
16. 17 they are not hid from my face, neither is
1 8. 17 I will show them the back, and not the f.
21. 10 I have set my face against this city for
22. 25 the hand of (them) whose face thou
25. 26 which (are) upon the face of the earth
* 28. 16 I will cast thee from off the face of the
30. 6 and all faces are turned into paleness?
32. 31 I should remove it from before my face
32. 33 turned unto me the back, and uot ihe fa.
33. 5 I have hid my face from this city
42. 15 If ye wholly set your faces to enter into
42. 17 be with all the men that set their faces
44. ii I will set my face against you for evil
44. 12 that have set their faces to go into the
50. 5 shall ask the way to Zion, with their faces
51. 51 shame hath covered our faces ; for
Lam 2. 19 pour out. . .like water before the face of
3. 35 To turn aside, . . .before the face of the



5. 12 the faces of elders were not honoured
Eze. . 6 every one had four faces, and every one
. 8 they four had their faces and their wings
. 10 As for the likeness of their faces, they
. 10 had the face of a man, and the face of
, 10 they four had the face of an ox on the
. 10 they four also had the face of an eagle
. ii Thus (were) their faces : and their wings
. 15 behold one wheel, .with his four faces
i. 28 I fell upon my face, and I heard a voice
3. 8 made thy face strong against their faces
3. 23 arose, and went forth . . and I fell on my f.
4. 3 set thy face against it, and it shall be
4. 7 Therefore thou shalt set thy face toward
6. 2 set thy face toward the mountains of Isr.
7. 18 and shame (shall be) upon all faces, and
7. 22 My face will I turn also from them, and
8. 16 their faces toward the east ; and they
9. 8 I fell upon my face, and cried, and said
10. 14 every one had four faces : the first face
10. 14 the face of a cherub, and the second face
10. 14 face of a man, and the third the face of
10. 14 and the fourth the face of an eagle
10. 21 Every one had four faces
apiece, and
10. 22 likeness of their faces (was) the same fa.
11. 13 Then fell I down upon my face, and cried
12. 6 thou shalt cover thy face, that thou see
12. 12 he shall cover his face, that he see not
13. 17 set thy face against the daughters of thy
14. 3 the stumblingblock . .before their face
14. 4, 7 the stumblingblock. .before his face
14. 6 turn away your faces from all your abo.
14. 8 And I will set my face against that man
15. 7 I will set my face against them : they
15. 7 ye shall know .. when I set my face
20. 35 there will I plead with you face to face
20. 46 Son of man, set thy face toward the south
20. 47 all faces from the south to the north
21. 2 Son of man, set thy face toward Jerusal.
21. 16 Go thee. .whithersoever thy face (is) set
25. 2 Son of man, set thy face against the Am.
28. 21 Son of man, set thy face against Zidon
29. 2 Son of man, set thy face against Pharaoh
34. 6 my flock was scattered upon all the face
35. 2 Son of man, set thy face against mount
38. 2 Son of man, set thy face against Gog, the
38. 20 all the men that (are) upon the face of
39. 14 those that remain upon the face of the
30. 23 therefore hid I my face from them, and
39. 24 According, .have I done, .and hid my fa.
39. 29 Neither will I hide my face any more
40. 15 from the face of the gate of the entrance
40. 15 unto the face of the porch of the inner
41. 19 So that the face of a man (was) toward the
41.19 face of a young lion toward the palm tree
41. 21 (and) the face of the sanctuary ; the
41. 25 thick planks upon the face of the porch
43. 3 like the vision. .and I fell upon my face
44. 4 and I looked, .and I fell upon my face
Dan. i. 10 for why should he see your faces worse
8. 5 an he goat came from the west, on the f.
8. 17 I was afraid, and fell upon my face : but
8. 18 I was in a deep sleep
on my face toward
9. 3 I set my face unto the Lord God, to seek
9. 7 but unto us confusion of faces, as at this
9. 8 to us (belongeth) confusion of face, to
10. 6 his face as the appearance of lightning
o. 9 in a deep sleep on my face, and my face
0. 15 I set my face toward the ground, and I
1. 17 He shall also set his face to enter with
i. 18 After this shall he turn his face unto the
1. 19 Then he shall turn his face toward the
Ho. 5. 5 the pride of Israel doth testify to his face
5. 15 till they acknowledge . . and seek my face
7. 10 And the pride of Israel testifleth to his f.
Joel 2. 6 Before their face the people shall be
a. 20 with his face toward the east sea, and

FACE 323 FAINT
Amos 5. 8 poureth them out upon the face of the
9. 6 poureth them out upon the face of the
y. 8 I wil! destroy it from off the face of the
Mic. 3. 4 he will even hide his face from them at
Mali. a. i Hethatdasheth. .is come up before thy f.
2. 10 the faces of them all gather blackness
3. 5 I will discover thy skirts upon thy face
Hab. i. 9 their faces shall sup up (as) the east wind
4.cch. 5. 3 curse that goeth forth over the face of
Mai. 2. 3 and spread duug upon your faces, (even)
5. Face, tyj opsis.
Johnn. 44 and his face was bound about with a nap.
45. Purr, irpofftairov prosopoti.
Matt. 6. 16 for they disfigure their faces, that they
6. 17 anoint thine head, and wash thy face
11. 10 I send my messenger before thy face
16. 3 ye can discern the face of the sky ; but
17. 2 and his face did shine as the sun, and
17. 6 they fell on their face, and were sore
18. io their angels do always behold the face
26. 39 fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my
26. 67 Then did they spit in his face, and buffeted
Mark i . 2 I send my messenger before thy face
14. 65 to cover his face, and to buffet him, and to
Luke i. 76 for thou shalt go before the face of the
2. 31 Which thou hast prepared before the face
5. 12 seeing Jesus, fell on (his) face, and besou.
7. 27 I send my messenger before thy face
9. 51 he stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusa.
9. 52 sent messengers before his face : and
9. 53 his face was as though he would go to .1.
10. i sent them two and two before his face
12. 56 ye can discern the face of the sky and of
17. 16 fell down on (his) face at his feet, giving
21. 35 all them that dwell on the face of the
22. 64 they struck him on the face, and asked
24. 5 bowed down (their) faces to the earth
Acts 6. 15 saw his face as it had been the face of an
7. 45 whom God drave out before the face of our
17. 26 for to dwell on all the face of the earth
20. 25 I know that ye all. .shall see my face no
20. 38 that they should see his face no more
i 00.13. I2 F r now we see. .but then face to face
14. 25 falling down on (his) face he will worship
a Co. 3. 7 could not stedfastly behold the face of M.
3. 13 as Moses, (which) put a veil over his face
3. 18 we all, with open face beholding as in a
4. 6 to (give) the light . . in the face of Jesus
11. 20 ye suffer, .if a man smite you on the face
Gal. i. 22 was unknown by face unto the churches
2. ii I withstood him to the face, because he
Col. 2. i and (for) as many as have not seen my f.
i Th. 2. 17 endeavoured, .to see your face with great
3. io praying, .that we might see your face
Jas. 1.238 man beholding his natural face in a
1 Pe. 3. 12 the face of the Lord (is) against them
Rev. 4. 7 and the third beast had a face as a man
6. 16 hide us from the face of him that sitteth
7. ii and fell before the throne on their faces
9. 7 and their faces (were) as the faces of men
jo. i and his face (was) as it were the sun, and
11. 16 fell upon their faces, and worshipped
12. 14 half a time, from the face of the serpent
20. 1 1 from whose face the earth and the heaven
22. 4 And they shall see his face ; and his name
FACE to faee
1. face to face, Kcna, irpoffonrov kata prosiipon.
Acts 25. 16 he which, .have the accusers face to face
2. Mouth to mouth, ar^ua irpbs (Trd/ua. [stoma],
2 John 12 but I trust to come, .and speak face to f.
3 John 14 and we shall speak face to face. Peace
FADE (away) , to
1. To fade, ^ baJal, 5.
Isa. 64. 6 all do fade as a leaf ; and our iniquities
2. To fade or wear away, ^31 nabel.
2 Sa. 22. 46 Strangers shall fade away, and they shall
Psa. 18. 45 The strangers shall fade away, and be
Isa. i. 30 ye shall be as an oak whose leaf fadeth
24. 4 The earth mourneth (and) fadeth away
24. 4 the world languisheth (and) fadetli away
28. i whose glorious beauty (is) a fading flower
28. 4 the glorious beauty, .shall be a fading
40. 7, 8 The grass withereth, the flower fadeth
Jer. 8. 13 the leaf shall fade ; and (the things that)
Eze. 47. 12 whose leaf shall not lade, neither shall
3.7*0 cause to fade, ij.a.pa.lvw maraiiw.
Jas. i. ii so also shall the rich man fadeaway in
FADETH not away, that
\.Uiifading, a^a.pa.vTivos amarantinos.
i Pe. 5. 4 a crown of glory that fadeth not away
2. Unfading, apdpavTos amarantos.
i Pe. i. 4 To an inheritance, .that fadeth not away
FALL
l.fs not, J?N ayin.
Isa. 44. 12 yea, he is hungry, and his strength faileth
2.7*0 sit, zy; yashab.
i Sa. 20. 5 I should not fail to sit with the king at
3. Failing, consumption, n^s kaleh.
Deut28. 32 and fail (with longing) for them all the
4. To perish, .be lost, njx abaci.
Psa. 1 42. 4 refuge failed me ; no man cared for my
Eze. 12. 22 days are prolonged, and every vision fail.
5. To go away, SIN azal.
Job 14. ii (As) the waters fail from the sea, and the
G. To cease, fail, have an end, D5K ap/tes.
Gen. 47. 15 why should we die. .for the money faileth
47. 16 will give you for your cattle, if money fail
7.7"o be emptied, made void, "pj baqaq, 2.
Isa. 19. 3 the spirit of Egypt shall fail in the midst
8. To fail, "V? 3 f/amar.
Psa. 77. E doth (his) promise fail for evermore?
9.7V) loathe, cast away, Sys ijaal, 5.
Job 21. io Their bull gendereth, and faileth not
10. To be lean, poor, low, weak, ^r\ dalal.
Isa. 38. 14 mine eyes fail (with looking) upward : O
11.7*0 cease, leave off, forbear, ^nchadal.
Job 19. 14 My kinsfolk have failed, and my familiar
12.7*0 lack, abate, icn chaser.
i Ki. 17. 14 neither shall the cruise of oil fail, until
Isa. 51. 14 not die. .nor that his bread should fail
IB. Lacking, tcri chaser.
1 Ki.i7. 16 neither did the cruise of oil fail, accord.
Eccl.io. 3 a fool walketh by the way, his wisdom f.
14.7*0 go out or forth, xy; yatsa.
Gen. 42. 28 their heart failed . . and they were afraid
Song 5. 6 my soul failed when he spake : I sought
15.7*0 be or become weak, dim, nnj kahah.
Isa. 42. 4 He shall not fail nor be discouraged, till
16.7*0 lie, deceive, 215 kazab, 3.
Isa. 58. ii like a spring of water, whose waters fail
1 7. 7*o fail, E>nj kachash.
Psa. 109. 24 are weak . . and my flesh faileth of fatness
IS.To fail, lie, deceive, E*n| kachash, 3.
Hos. 9. 2 not feed . .the new wine shall fail in her
Hab. 3. 17 the labour of the olive shall fail, and the
19.7*0 be completed, consumed, ended, nh$ kalah.
Job ii. 20 the eyes of the wicked shall fail, and
17. 5 even the eyes of his children shall fail
Psa. 69. 3 mine eyes fail while I wait for iny God
71. 9 forsake me not when my strength faileth
73. 26 My flesh and my heart faileth. .God
1 19. 82 Mine eyes fail for thy word, saying
119. 123 Mine eyes fail for thy salvation, and for
143. 7 my spirit faileth : hide not thy face from
Prov 22. 8 and the rod of his anger shall fail
Isa. 15. 6 the grass faileth, there is no green thing
21. 16 and all the glory of Kedar shall fail
31. 3 fall down, and they all shall fail together
32. io for the vintage shall fail, the gathering
Jer. 14. 6 their eyes did fail because.. no grass
Lam. 2. ii Mine eyes do fail with tears, my bowels
3. 22 consumed, because his compassions fail
4. 17 our eyes as yet failed for our vain help
20. To be cut off, rn? karath, 2.
2 Sa. 3. 29 let there not fail from the house of Joab
1 Ki. 2. 4 there shall not fail thee. .a man on the
8. 25 There shall not fail thee a man in my
9. 5 There shall not fail thee a man upon the
2 Ch. 6. 16 There shall not fail thee a man, in my
7. 18 There shall not fail thee a man (to be)
21.7*0 stumble, be feeble, ^J kashal.
Psa. 31. io strength faileth, because of mine iniquity
ZZ.Tofall, JSJ naphal.
Josh 21. 45 There failed not ought of any good thing
23. 14 not one thing hath failed of all the good
23. 14 (and) not one thing hath failed thereof
i Sa. 17. 32 Let no man s heart fail because of him
i Ki. 8. 56 there hath not failed one word of all his
23.7*0 be dried up, ny) rtashath.
Isa. 41.17 their tongue faileth for thirst, I the LORD
Jer. 51. 30 in (their) holds ; their might hath failed
24. 7*o become dried up, ray: nashath, 2.
Isa. 19. 5 the waters shall fail from the sea, and
25. 7*o pass over, away, by, ~\y.y abar.
Esth. 9. 27 so as it should npt fail, that they would
9. 28 these days of Purim should not fail from
26. 7*o be lacking, -.ny adar, 2.
Isa. 34. 16 no one of these shall fail, none shall want
40. 26 for that (he is) strong in power ; not one f
59. 15 Yea, truth faileth . . the LORD saw (it), and
Zeph. 3. 5 he faileth not ; but the unjust knoweth
27.7*0 leave, forsake, abandon, 3iy azab.
Psa. 38. io My heart panteth, my strength faileth
40. 1 2 they are more . . therefore my heart faileth
28.7*0 be feeble, covered, rpy ataph.
Isa. 57. 16 for the spirit should fail before me, and
29. To pass away, come to an end, D pasas.
Psa. 12. i for the faithful fail from among, .men
30. 7*o break, make void, fail, ~is parar, 5.
Eccl. 12. 5 they shall be afraid . desire shall fail
31.7*0 mike feeble, let be feeble, n$-j raphah, 5.
Deut.3i. 6 he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee
31. 8 he will not fail thee, neither forsake thee
Josh. 1.5! will not fail thee, nor forsake thee
i Ch.28. 20 he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee
32. Error, mistake, 7(i shalu.
Ezra. 4. 22 Take heed now that ye fail not to do this
6. 9 it be given them day by day without fail
33.7*0 lie, deceive, ipy shaqar, 3.
Psa 89. 33 from him, nor suffer myfaithfulness to f.
34.7*0 be finished, consumed, CJ-i taniam.
Gen. 47. 15 when money failed in the land of Egypt
Josh. 3. 16 those that came down toward the sea. .f.
35.A*o< to be steadfast, J
xS Io aman, 2.
Jer. 15. 1 8 be. .as a liar, (and as) waters (that) fail?
36.7*0 leave out, cease, iK\fiittt> ekleipo.
Lukei6. 9 when ye fail, they may receive you into
22. 32 But I have prayed . .that thy faith fail not
Heb. i . 1 2 thou art the same . . thy years shall not fa.
37. To fall off or away, iKitiitru ekpipto.
i Co.i3. 8 Charity never [faileth]: but whether(there
38.7*0 leave upon or besides, tiriKtiiru epileipd.
Heb. 1 1. 32 for the time would fail me to tell of G.
39.7*0 make useless, Ka.ra.pyfw katargco.
1 Co. 13. 8 prophecies, they shall fail ; whether (there
40. To fall, iriirTu pipto.
Lukei6. 17 to pass, than one tittle of the law to fail
41.7*0 be behind, la^k, vtrrtpfw hustereii.
Heb. 12. 15 lest any man [fail] of the grace of God
FAIL, to cause to
1.7*o cause to be lacking, ".pri chaser, 5.
Isa. 32. 6 will cause the drink of the thirsty to fail
2.7*0 finish, consume, n^j kalah, 3.
Job 31. 1 6 have caused the eyes of the widow to fail
3.7*o cause to cease, r\yy shabath, 5.
Jer. 48. 33 I have caused wine to fail from the wine.
FALL, to let
7*o cause or let fall, Vs^ naphal, 5.
Esth. 6. io let nothing fail of all that thou hast spo.
FALL, to make to
7*o cause to cease, r\+V shabath, 5.
Amos S. 4 even to make the poor of the land to fail
FAILETH not, that
Not leaving off, unfailing, oW/fAeiirTos anekleiptos.
Luke 1 2. 33 a treasure in the heavens that faileth not
FALLING
Consumption, failing, jvV? killayon.
Deut28. 65 and failing of eyes, and sorrow of mind
FALLING, hearts
7*o swoon away, airo^vxtt) apopsucho.
Luke2i. 26 Men s hearts failing them for fear, and
FAIN, would
1. To flee, rn? barach.
Job 27. 22 he would fain flee out of his hand
2.7*0 fix the mind or desire on, Iin6vij.tu epithum.
Lukeis- 16 he would fain have filled his belly with
FAINT
1. Sick, nrj daveh.
Lam. 1. 13 he hath made me desolate .. faint all the
5. 17 For this our heart is faint ; for these
I.Sick, f3 davvai.
Isa. i. 5 The whole head is sick. .the. .heart faint
Jer. 8. 1 8 I would comfort myself, .my heart (is) f.
Lam. i. 22 my sighs (are) many, and my heart (is) f.
3. Weary, *\y.l yacph.
2 Sa. 16. 2 that such as be faint in the wilderness
Isa. 40. 29 He giveth power to the faint ; and to
^.Wearied, ^y ayejah.
Gen. 25. 29 Esau came from the field, and he (was) f.
25. 30 Feed me, I pray thee . . for I (am) faint
Deut2s. 18 smote, .when thou (wast) faint and weary
Judg. 8. 4 Gideon . . passed over . . faint, yet pursuing
8. 5 Give, I pray you, loaves, .for they (be) f.
Isa. 29. 8 (he is) faint, and his soul hath appetite
FAINT, to
1 . To become, happen, n;n hayah, 2.
Dan. 8. 27 And I Daniel fainted, and was sick
2. 7*o labour, be weary, jn; yaga.
Jer. 45. 3 I fainted in my sighing, and I find nr> rest
3.7*0 be weary, ^i" yuaph.
Isa. 40. 28 the Creator, .faintethnot, neither is wea.?
40. 30 Even the youths shall faint and be weary
40. 31 (and) they shall walk, and not faint
44. 12 he driuketh no water, and is faint
4.7*0 become weak, restrain, nnj kahah, 3.
Eze. 21. 7 shall be feeble, and every spirit shall fa.
5.7*0 be complete, finisJied, consumed, r| kalah.
Psa. 84. 2 My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth for
119. 81 My soul faiuteth for thy salvation
6. 7*o be feeble, weary, nx^ laah.
Job 4. 5 it is come upon thee, and thou faintest
7. To faint, be feeble, an) lahah.
Gen. 47. 13 Canaan, fainted by reason of the famine
8.7*0 melt, dissolve, J S mug.
Eze. 21. 15 that (their) heart may faint, and (their)
9. 7*o be melted, KD mug, 2.
Josh. 2. 24 the inhabitants of the country do faint
10. To faint, be melted, Dpi? masas.
Isa. io. 18 as when a standard bearer fainteth
11.7*0 be melted, DfO masas, 2.
Deut 20. 8 lest his brethren s heart faint as well as
FAINT 324 FAITH
12.ro show selffeeble, rpy ataph, 7.
Psa. 107. 5 Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted
Jon. 2. 7 When my soul fainted within me I re.
13. To be covered, wrapped up, faint, ff?y alaph, 4.
Ilk 51. 20 Thy sons have fainted, they lie at the head
14. To cover or wrap self up, faint, rfry alaph, 7.
Amos 8. 13 In that day shall the fair virgins .. faint
Jon. 4. 8 he fainted, and wished in himself to die
IS.To beftebk, cease, faint, us pug.
Gen. 45. 26 Jacob s heart fainted, for he believed
16.ro be tender, soft, timid, 35-1 rakak, 2.
Deut 20. 3 let not your he..rts faint, fear not, and do
Isa. 7. 4 fear not, neither be faint hearted for the
Jer. 51. 46 lest your heart faint, and ye fear for the
17. To show selffeeble, n$"j raphah, 7.
Prov 24. 10 (If) thou faint in the day of adversity
18.7Y turn out badly, cave in, tKKaKtw ekkakeij.
Luke 1 8. i ought always to pray, and not to faint
2 Co. 4. i as we have received mercy, we faint not
4. 16 For which cause we faint not; but though
Eph. 3. 13 Wherefore I desire that ye faint not at
19.ro loose out, relax, IK\VU> ekluo.
Matt. 9. 36 because [they fainted], and were scattered
15. 32 I will not send them, .lest they faint in
Mark 8. 3 if I send them away, .they will faint by
Gal. 6. 9 in due season we shall reap, if we faint
Heb. 12. 3 lest ye be wearied and faint in your
12. 5 nor faint when thou art rebuked of him
20. To toil, work out, weary, KO.UVW kamnd.
Rev. 2. 3 And hast borne, .and hast not fainted
FAINT, to be
1.7V) be weary, ] > uph.
i Sa. 14. 28 And the people were faint
14. 31 and the people were very faint
2.7*0 be or become faint, 1:9 paijar, 3.
1 Sa. 30. 10 two hundred . . which were so faint that
30. 21 two hundred men, which were so faint
3.7*0 be feeble, r^-i raphah.
Isa. 13. 7 Therefore shall all hands be faint, and
FAINT, that
To be feeble,
P
,?J, ataph.
Lam. 2. 19 thy young children, that faint for hunger
FAINT, to wax
7*o be weary, r^y uph.
2 Sa. 21. 15 David went down .. and David waxed faint
FAINT hearted
Tender of heart, 2^ tp rak lebab.
Deutzo. 8 What man. .fearful and faint hearted?
FAINT hearted, to be
7*o be melted, ws mug, 2.
Jer. 49. 23 they are faint hearted .. sorrow on the sea
FAINTED
Faint-ness, !? ?! ulpeh.
Eze. 31. 15 all the trees of the field fainted for him
FAINTNESS
Faintntss, Tjnb morek.
Lev. 26. 36 I will send a faintness into their hearts
FAIR, fairer
I. Clean, pure, li.tp tah or.
Zech. 3. 5 Let them set a fair mitre upon his head
3. 5 So they set a fair mitre upon his head
Z.Good, fair, 3iB tob.
Gen.
-
6. 2 the daughters of men that they (were) fair
24. 1 6 And the damsel (was) very fair to look
26. 7 because she (was) fair to look upon
Judg 15. 2 (is) not her. .sister fairer than she?
Esth. i. ii the queen, .for she (was) fair to look on
Isa. 5. 9 many houses., great and fair, without in.
Dan. i. 15 their countenances appeared fairer and
Z.Ooodness, 31D tub.
Hos. 10. 1 1 but I passed over upon her fair neck
i.Fair, beautiful, .19; yapheh.
Gen. i ;. nl know that thou (art) a fair woman to
12. 14 beheld the woman, that she (was) very fair
1 Sa. 17. 42 a youth, and ruddy, and of a fair counte.
2 Sa 13. i Absalom the son of David, had a fair sis.
14. 27 she was a woman of a fair countenance
i Ki. i. 3 they sought for a fair damsel throughout
i. 4 the damsel (was) very fair, and cherished
Job 42. 15 no women found (so) fair as the daughters
Prov ii. 22 a fair women which is without discretion
Song i. 15 thou (art) fair, my love, .thou art fair
i. 16 thou (art) fair, my beloved, yea, pleasant
4. i thou art fair, my love, .thou art fair
4. 7 Thou (art) all fair, my love . .no spot in
6. 10 fair as the moon, clear as the sun
Jer. ii. 16 A green olive tree, fair, .of goodly fruit
Eze. 31. 3 a cedar in Lebanon with fair branches
31. 9 I have made him fair by the multitude of
Amos 8. 13 In that day shall the fair virgins, .faint
b.Good in appearance, njns sic tob march.
Esth. 2. 2 Let there be fair young virgins sought
a. 3 gather together all the fair young virgins
G.Fdir, beautiful, "i 9~ shappir.
Dan. 4. 12 The leaves thereof (were) fair, and the
4. 21 ^J3iose leaves (were) fair, and the fruit
7. Traffic, market, jujy izsabtm.
Eze. 27. 12 with silver. .they traded in thy fairs
27. 14 the house of Togarmah traded in thy fairs
27. 16, 22 they occupied in thy fairs with
27. 19 going to and fro occupied in thy fairs
27. 27 Thy riches, and thy fairs, thy merchandise
8. Tobeoractgraciously, ]}nchanan,3. [Xtv- SPEAK. ]
Prov.26. 25 When he speaketh fair, believe him not
9. Fair ofform, iNh nc; [yapheh].
Esth. 2. 7 and the maid (was) fair and beautiful
10. Belonging to the town, agreeable, oo-Ttior asteios
Acts 7. zo Moses was born, and was exceeding fair
FAIR, to be
7*o be fair, beauteous, n$; yaphah.
Song 4. 10 How fair is thy love, my sister
7. 6 How fair and how pleasant art thou, O
Eze. 31. 7 Thus was he fair in his greatness, in the
FAIR, to make self
Tb make or show selffair, .15; yaphah^ 7.
Jer. 4. 30 in vain shall thou make thyself fair
FAIR, very
Very fair, .T?-ng: yepheh-phiyyah.
Jer. 46. 20 Egypt, .a very fair heifer. . destruction
FAIR colours
Red ore, stibium, rufty, ^3 puk.
Isa. 54. ii I will lay thy stone, with fair colours
FAIR one
Fair, beauteous one, .15; yapheh.
Song 2. 10 my love, my fair one, and come away
FAIR show, to make a
7*0 make a fair face, evirpofftinreta evprosdpeo.
Gal. 6. 12 As many as desire to make a fair show in
FAIR speech
l.A taking, reception, doctrine, n^ leqach.
Prov. 7. 21 With her much fair speech she caused him
2. Easy discourse, fi>\oyia eulogia.
Rom 1 6. 1 8 by good words and fair speeches deceive
FAIR weather
\.Oold, shining, fair weather, 2nt zahab.
Job 37. 22 Fair weather cometh out of the north
2. Fine weather, euSi a eudia.
Matti6. 2 ye say, (It will be) fair weather ; for the
FAIR word
00^, aia tob.
Jer. 12. 6 though they speak fair words unto thee
FAIRER, to be
7Y> become fair, be made fair, n:; yaphah, 4.
Psa. 45. 2 Thou art fairer than the children of men
FAIREST
Fair, beauteous one, np; yapheh.
Song i. 8 O thou fairest among women, go thy way
5. 9 thou fairest among women ? what (is)
6. i O thou fairest among women ? whither
FAIR HAVENS, KaKol Ai/xeVes kaloi limenes.
A harbour in the island of Crete, not mentioned in any
other ancient writing. It was on the S. and was prac
tically the harbour of Lasasa, about five miles to the E.
of Cape Matala, the most conspicuous headland on the
.S. coast of the island.
Acts 27. 8 a place which is called The Fair Havens
FAITH
\. Faithfulness, steadiness, JON emun.
Deut32. 20 very froward . . children in whom (is) no f.
2. Faith fulness, stability, rt}?s emunah.
Hab. 2. 4 but the just shall live by his faith
S.Hope, 4\iris elpis.
Heb. 10. 23 hold fast the profession of (our) faith
4. Faith, faithfulness, steadfastness, irlims pistis.
Matt. 8. 10 not found so great faith, no, not in Israel
9. 2 Jesus, seeing their faith, said unto the
9. 22 Daughter . . thy faith hath made thee wh.
9. 29 According to your faith be it unto you
15. 28 woman, great (is) thy faith : be it unto
17. 20 If ye have faith as a grain of mustard
21. 21 If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall
23. 23 of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith
Mark 2. 5 Jesus saw their faith, he said unto the
4. 40 he said, .how is it that ye have no faith?
5. 34 thy faith hath made thee whole : go in
10. 52 Go thy way ; thy faith hath made thee
11. 22 Jesus answering saith. .Have faith in<io<l
Luke 5. 20 when he saw their faith, he said unto him
7. 9 not found so great faith, no, not in Israel
7. 50 Thy faith hath saved thee : go in peace
8. 25 And he said unto them, Where is yourf.?
8. 48 thy faith hath made thee whole ; go in
17. 5 And the apostles said . . Increase our faith
17. 6 If ye had faith as a grain of mustard
17. 19 go thy way ; thy faith hath made thee
18. 8 shall he find faith on the earth?
1 8. 42 Receive thy sight, .faith hath saved thee
22. 32 prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not
Acts 3. 16 his name through faith in his name hath
3. 16 the faith which is by him hath given him
6. 5 man full of faith and of the Holy Ghost
Acts 6. 7 the priests were obedient to the faith
6. 8 Stephen, full of [faith] and power, did
11. 24 and full of the Holy Ghost and of faith
13. 8 to turn away the deputy from the faith
14. 9 perceiving that he had faith to be healed
14. 22 exhorting tin-in to continue in the faith
14. 27 opened the doorof faith unto the Gentile*
15. 9 purifying their hearts by faith
16. 5 the churches established in the faith
20. 21 and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ
24. 24 heard him concerning the faith in Christ
26. 18 are sanctillud by faith that is in me
Rom i. s obedience to the faith among all nations
i. 8 your faith is spoken of throughout the
i. 12 by the mutual faith both of you and me
i. 17 righteousness, .revealed from faith to fa.
i. 17 is written, The just shall live by faith
3. 3 shall their unbelief make the faith of
3. 22 righteousness of God (which is) by faith
3. 25 propitiation through faith in his blood
3. 27 of works ? Nay ; but by the law of faith
3. 28 justified by faith without the deeds of
3. 30 faith, and uncircumcision through faith
3. 31 we then make void the law through fai. t
4. 5 his faith is counted for righteousness
4. 9 that faith was reckoned to Abraham for
4. ii righteousness of the faith, which (he had
4. 12 steps of that faith of our father Abraham
4. 13 but through the righteousness of faith
4. 14 faith is made void, and the promise
4. 16 (it is) of faith, that (it might be)l>y grace-
4. 16 that also which is of the faith of Abrah
4. 19 being not weak in faith, he considered
4. 20 was strong in faith, giving glory to God
5. i being justified by faith, we have peace
5. 2 access by [faith] into this grace wherein
9. 30 even the righteousness which is of faith
9. 32 (they sought it) not by faith, but as it
10. 6 righteousness which is of faith speaketh
10. 8 that is, the word of faith, which we pre.
10. 17 faith (cometh) by hearing, and hearing
n. 20 thou standest by faith. Be not high
12. 3 dealt to every man the measure of faith
12. 6 according to the proportion of faith
14. i Him that is weak in the faith receive ye
14. 22 Hast thou faith ? have (it) to thyself
14. 23 damned . . because (he eateth) not of faith
14. 23 for whatsoever (is) not of faith is sin
16. 26 all nations for the obedience of faith
i Co. 2. 5 your faith should not stand in the wisdom
12. 9 To another faith by the same Spirit
13. 2 though I have all faith, so that I could
13. 13 now abideth faith, hope, charity, these
15. 14 preaching vain, and your faith (is), .vain
15. 17 Christ be not raised, your faith (is) vain
16. 13 stand fast in the faith, quit you like meu
2 Co. i. 24 that we have dominion over your faith
1. 24 helpers of your joy : for by faith ye stand
4. 13 having the same spirit of faith, according
5. 7 For we walk by faith, not by sight
8. 7 (in) faith, and utterance, and knowledge
10. 15 when your faith is increased, that weshall
13. 5 Examine, .whether ye be in the faith
Gal. i. 23 preacheth the faith which once he destr.
2. 16 by the laith of Jesus Christ, even we have
2. 1 6 might be justified by the faith of Christ
2. 20 I live by the faith of the Son of God
3.2, 5 by the works . . or by the hearing of faith?
3. 7 they which are of faith, the same are the
3. 8 would justify the heathen through faith
3. 9 they which be of faith are blessed with
3. it evident : for, The just shall live by faith
3. 12 the law is not of faith : but, The man that
3. 14 the promise of the Spirit through faith
3. 22 promise by faith of Jesus Christ might
3. 23 before faith came, we were kept under
3. 23 the faith which should afterwards
3. 24 that we might he justified by faith
3. 25 after that faith is come, we are no longer
3 36 children of God by faith in Christ Jesus
5. 5 for the hope of righteousness by faith
5. 6 but faith which worketh by love
5. 22 long suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith
6. 10 them who are of the household of faith
Eph. 1.15! heard of your faith in the Lord Jesus
2. 8 For by grace are ye saved through faith
3. 12 access with confidence by the faith of
3. 17 Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith
4. 5 One Lord, one faith, one baptism
4. 13 we all come in the unity of the faith
6. 16 taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye
6. 23 love with faith, from God the Father
Phil. i. 25 for your furtherance and joy of faith
1. 27 striving together for the faith of the
2. 17 the sacrifice and service of your faith
3. 9 righteousness which is of God by faith
3. 9 that which is through the faith of Christ
CoL i. 4 Since we heard of ynur faith in Christ
1. 23 If ye continue in the faith grounded and
2. 5 the stedfastness of your faith in Christ
2. 7 stablished in the faith, as ye have been
2. 12 through the faith of the operation of God
1 Th. i. 3 Remembering, .your work of faith, and
i. 8 your faith to God ward is spread abroad
3. 2 and to comfort you concerning your faith
3. S I sent to know your faith, lest by some
3. 6 good tiding of your faith and charity
3. 7 we were comforted over you . . by your f.
3. 10 that which is lacking in your faith?
5. 8 putting on the breastplate of faith and
2 Th. i 3 your faith groweth exceedingly, and the
i. 4 for your patience and faith in all your
FAITH
2,Th. i 11 goodness, and the work of faith with po
3. = bu delivered, .for all (men) have not faith
i Ti. i. 2 Unto Timothy, (my) own son in the faith
i. 4 than godly edifying which is in faith
i. 5 a good conscience, and (of) faith unfeig.
i. 14 faith and love which is in Christ Jesus
1. 19 Holding faith, and a good conscience
1. 19 concerning faith have made shipwreck
a. 7 a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and
2. 15 if they continue in faith and charity and
3. 9 mystery of the faith in a pure conscience
3. 13 in the faith which is in Christ Jesus
4. i some shall depfcrt from the faith, giving
4. 6 the words of faith and of good doctrine
.4. 12 in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity
5. 8 he hath denied the faith, and is worse
5. 12 they have cast off their first faith
6 10 have erred from the faith, and pierced
6. ii godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness
6. 12 Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold
,
. 6. 21 some, .iiave erred concerning the faith
u Ti. i. 5 the unfeigned faith that is in thee
1. 13 faith and love which is in Christ Jesus
2. 18 and overthrow the faith of some
2. 22 follow righteousness, faith, charity, peace
3. 8 corrupt, .reprobate concerning the faith
3. 10 faith, long suffering, charity, patience
3. 15 through faith which is in Christ Jesus
4. 7 finished (my) course, I have kept the faith
Titus i. i according to the faith of God s elect, and
i . 4 Titus, (mine) own son after the common f
1. 13 that they may be sound in the faith
2. 2 sound in faith, in charity, in patience
3. 15 Greet them that love us in the faith
Phm. 5 Hearing of thy love and faith, which thou
6 the communication of thy faith may bee.
Heb. 4. 2 mixed with faith in them that heard (it)
6. i from dead works, and of faith toward G.
6. 12 through faith and patience inherit the
o. 22 in full assurance of faith, having our
0. 38 the just shall live by faith : but if (any)
i faith is the substance of things hoped
3 Through faith we understand that the
4 By faith Abel offered unto God a more
5 By faith Enoch was translated that he
6 without faith (it is) impossible to please
7 By faith Noah, being warned of God of
7 the righteousness which is by faith
1. 8 By faith Abraham, when he was called to
i. 9 By faith he sojourned in the land of
i. ii Through faith also Sara herself received
. 13 all died in faith, not having received
17 By faith Abraham, when he was tried
20 By faith Isaac blessed Jacob and Esau
. 21 By faith Jacob, when he was a dying
. 22 By faith Joseph, when he died, made
. 23 By faith Moses, when he was born, was
. 24 By faith Moses, when he was come to
27 By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing
. 28 Through faith he kept the passover, and .
29 By faith they passed through the Red sea
. 30 By faith the walls of Jericho fell down
31 By faith the harlot Rahab perished not
33 throughifaith subdued kingdoms, wrought
39 obtained a good report through faith
12. 2 the author and finisher of (our) faith
13. 7 whose faith follow, considering the end
Jas. i. 3 trying of your faith worketh patience
1. 6 But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering
2. i have not the faith of our Lord Jesus
2. 5 the poor of this world rich in faith
2. 14 hath faith, and have not works? can fa.
2. 17 faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being
2. 18 Thou hast faith, .show me thy faith
2. 18 and I will show thee my faith by my
2. 20 know, .that faith without works is dead?
2. 22 Seest thou how faith wrought with his
2. 22 and by works was faith made perfect
2. 24 that by works . . and not by faith only
2. 26 so faith without works is dead also
5. 15 the prayer of faitli shall save the sick
i Pe. i. 5 through faith unto salvation ready to be
i. 7 the trial of your faith, being much more
i. 9 Receiving the end of your faith, (even)
1. 21 that your faith and hope might be in God
5. 9 Whom resist stedfast in the faith, know.
a Pe. i. i that have obtained like precious faith
5 add to your faith virtue ; and to virtue
4 that overcometh the world, (even) our fa.
3 the faith which was once delivered unto
20 building up. .on your most holy faitli
2. 13 hast not denied my faith, even in those
2. 19 and faith, and thy patience, and thy
13. 10 the patience and the faith of the saints
14. 12 commandments of God, and the faith of
FAITH, of little
Little offaith, b\iy6iriffTos olif/opistos.
Matt 6. 30 more (clothe) you, 6 ye of little faith?
8. 20 Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith?
14. 31 O thou of little faith, wherefore didst
16. 8 O ye of little faith, why reason ye among
Lukeis. 28 how much more .. you, O ye of little faith?
FAITHFUL
].. Faithfulness, truth, J?CN emun.
.Prov 13. 17 but a faithful ambassador (is) health
14. 5 A faithful witness will not lie : but a
20. 6 but a faithful man who can find?
Z. Faithfulness, stability, rac^ emunah.
Psa. 1 19. 86 All thy commandments (are) faithful
119. 138 Thy testimonies, .(are), .very faithful
i Jo. 5.
Jude
Rev.
.
Eph.
2 Th.
i Ti.
2 Ti.
325
3. To be steady, faithful, |5X aman.
3 Sa. 20. 19 (that are) peaceable (and) faithful in Isr
Psa. 12. i faithful fail from among the children of
31. 23 (for) the LOKD preserveth the faithful
4. To be steady, faithful, J2K aman, 5.
Dan. 6. 4 forasmuch as he (was) faithful, neither
5. Truth, stedfastness, nCK cmeth.
Neh. 7. 2 he (was) a faithful man, and feared God
6. Faithful, steady, irurrds pistos.
Matt.-4. 45 Who then is a faithful and wise servant
25. 21, 23 faithful servant : thou hast been fait.
Lukei2. 42 Who then is that faithful and wise stew
16. 10 faithful in that which is least, .faithful
16. n been faithful in the unrighteous mam.
16. 12 faithful in that which is another man s
19. 17 thou hast been faithful in a very little
Acts 16. 15 judged me to be faithful to the Lord
i Co. i. 9 God (is) faithful, by whom ye were called
4. 2 required .. that a man be found faithful
4. 17 my beloved son, and faithful in the Lord
7. 25 obtained mercy of the Lord to be faithful
10. 13 God (is) faithful, who will not suffer you
Gal. 3. 9 they, .are blessed with faithful Abraham
i. i and to the faithful in Christ Jesus
6. 21 brother and faithful minister in the Lord
i. 2 faithful brethren in Christ which are at
i. 7 is for you a faithful minister of Christ
4. 7 faithful minister and fellow servant in
4. 9 Onesimus, a faithful and beloved brother
i Th. 5. 24 Faithful (is) he that calleth you, who also
3. 3 the Lord is faithful, who shall stablish
1. 12 he counted me faithful, putting me into
n 15 This (is) a faithful saying, and worthy of
3. ii not slanderers. .faithful in all things
4. 9 This (is) a faithful saying, and worthy of
6. 2 they are faithful and beloved, partakers
2. 2 the same commit thou to faithful men
2. ii (It is) a faithful saying: For if we be
2. 13 abideth faithful : he cannot deny himself
Titus i. 6 having faithful children, not accused of
1. 9 the faithful word as he hath been taught
3. 3 (This is) a faithful saying, and these
Heb. 2. 17 a merciful and faithful High Priest in
3. 2 was faithful to him that appointed him
3. 5 Moses verily (was) faithful in all his
10. 23 for he (is) faithful that promised
11. ii she judged him faithful who had promi.
i Pe. 4. 19 commit, .(to him), .as unto a faithful Oea.
5. 12 By Silvanus, a faithful brother unto you
i Jo. i. 9 he is faithful and just to forgive us (our)
Rev. i. 5 (who is) the faithful Witness, (and) the
2 10 be thou faithful unto death, and I will
2. 13 wherein Antipas (was) my faithful martyr
3. 14 the faithful and true Witness, the begin.
17. 14 and they that are with him (are), .faithful
19. ii he that sat. .(was) called Faithful andTr.
21. 5 for these words are true and faithful
22. 6 These sayings (are) faithful and true : and
FATTHFTTL, to be
To be faithful, steady, jcx aman, 2.
Mum1 2. 7 My servant Moses . . who (is) faithful in all
Deut. 7. 9 Know, .he
(is) God, the faithful God
1 Sa. 2. 35 And I will raise me up a faithful priest
22. 14 who (is so) faithful among all thy servants
Neh. 9. 8 And roundest his heart faithful before
13. 13 for they were counted faithful ; and their
Psa. 89. 37 and (as) a faithful witness in heaven
101. 6 Mine eyes (shall be) upon the faithful of
Provn. 13 he that is of a faithful spirit concealeth
25. 13 (so is) a faithful messenger to them that
27. 6 Faithful (are) the wounds of a friend: but
i. 21 How is the faithful city become an har. !
i. 26 thou shalt be called. .The faithful city
8. 2 I took unto me faithful witnesses to rec.
49. 7 because of the LORD that is faithful, (and)
42. 5 be a true and faithful witness between us
12 but Judah. .is faithful with the saints
FAITHFUL (man)
Faithfulness, stability, rmON emunah.
Prov 28. 20 A faithful man shall abound with bless.
FATTHFtTLLY
1. Faithfulness, stability, .i}*D? emunah.
2 Ki. 12. 15 they reckoned not. .for they dealt faith.
22. 7 no reckoning, .because they dealt faith.
aCh.ig. 9 faithfully, and with a perfect ; 31.12, 34.12.
la. Trustworthiness, n^x emeth.
Jer. 23. 28 let him speak my word faithfully
2. Faithful, steady, irttrrds pistos.
3 Jo. 5 Beloved, thou doest faithfully whatsoever
FAITHFTJLNUSS
\.Faithfulness, stability, nytsg emunah.
i Sa. 26. 23 render to every man. .his faithfulness: for
Psa. 36. 5 thy faithfulness (reacheth) unto the clou.
40. 10 I have declared thy faithfulness and thy
88. 1 1 (or) thy faithfulness in destruction 1
89. i will I make known thy faithfulness to all
89. 2 thy faithfulness shalt thou establish in
89. 5 thy faithfulness also in the congregation
89. 8 or to thy faithfulness round about thee?
89. 24 my faithfulness and my mercy (shall be)
89. 33 nor suffer my faithfulness to fail
92. 2 To show forth . . thy faithfulness every
119. 75 (that)thou in faithfulness hast afflicted me
1 19. 90 Thy faithfulness (is) unto all generations
143. i in thy faithfulness answer me, (and) in
5 and faithfulness the girdle of his reins
Isa.
Jer.
Hos.
Isa.
FALL
Isa. 25 i counsels of old (are) faithfulness (and) Lam. 3 23 new every morning: great (is) thy Uith.
Hos. 2. 20 even betroth thee unto me in faithfulness
2. To be prepared, established, ready, pa kun, 2.
Psa. 5. 9 For (there is) no faithfulness in their mo.
FAITHLESS
Unsteadfast, unfaithful, HWHTTOS apistos.
Matt 17. 17 O faithless and perverse generation, how
Mark 9. 19 O faithless generation, how long shall I be
Luke 9. 41 O faithless and perverse generation ! how
John 20. 27 and be not faithless, but believing
FALL
1. Stumbling, Ji
1
??? kishshalon.
Prov. 1 6. 1 8 and an haughty spirit before a fall
2. Fall, carcase, n^,? mappeleth.
Prov.29. 16 but the righteous shall see their fall
Eze. 26. 15 isles shake at the sound of thy fall
26. 18 the isles tremble in the day of thy fall
31. 16 nations to shake at the sound of his fall
32. 10 at (every) moment, .in the iay of thy fall
S.Tofall, ty naphal.
Jer. 49. 21 earth is moved at the noise of their fall
4.A falling aside, irapairTtafj.a paraptOma. Rom ii. ii through their fall salvation (is come)
11. 12 Now if the fall of them (be) the riches of
5. Fall, downfall, irriaffi s ptisis.
Matt. 7. 27 and it fell : and great was the fall of it
Luke 2. 34 Behold, this (child) is set for the fall and
FALL (amonr),to
I. To be, rrn hayah.
Josh 22. 20 wrath fell on all the congregation of Is.T
2. To go or come out, ttifi yatsa.
Nuni33. 54 shall be in the place where his lot falleth
Josh 16. i the lot of the children of Joseph fell from
3. To go or come doicn, TV yarad.
Nuiu ii. 9 when the dew fell . . the manna fell upon
4. To bend or bow the knee, yi| kara.
2 Ki. i. 13 came and fell on his knees before Elijah
Ezra 9. 5 I fell upon my knees, and spread out my
5.7*0 stumble, befeebl", V? kashal.
Lev. 26. 37 they shall fall one upon another, as it
Isa. 28. 13 go, and fall backward, and be broken
31. 3 both he that helpeth shall fall, and he
- Jer. 6. 2 1 and the sons together shall fall upon them
46. 1 6 He made many to fall, yea, one. .upon
Lam. 5. 13 and the children fell under the wood
Hos. 4. 5 Therefore shalt thou fall in the day, and
4. 5 the prophet also shall fall with thee in
5. 5 therefore . . Judah also shall fall with them
14. i for thou hast fallen by thine iniquity
6. To stumble, be feeble, S?| kashal, 2.
Psa. 9. 3 they shall fall and perish "at thy presence
Prov.24. 16 but the wicked shall fall into mischief
Isa. 40. 30 and the young men shall utterly fall
Eze. 33. 12 he shall not fall thereby in the day that
Dan. ii. 14 exalt themselves, .but they shall fall
ii. 33 yet they shall fall by the sword, and by
it. 34 when they shall fall, they shall be holpen
ii. 35 (some) of them, .shall fall, to try them
Hos. 5. 5 therefore shall Israel, .fall in; 14. 9.
7. To be stumbled, a;^ labat, 2.
Prov 10. 8, 10 but a prating fool shall fall ; Hos. 4. 14.
la. Be moved, Bio mot, 2.
Psa. 140. 10 let burning coals fall upon them
8. To cause to pour out or run oi\r, ij} nagar, 5.
Psa. 63. 10 They shall fall by the sword ; they shall
9. To fall, ^5J naphal.
Gen. 4. 5 was very wroth, and his countenance fell
4. 6 LORD said . . why is thy countenance fallen?
14. 10 and the kings of Sodom, .fell there ; and
15. 12 a deep sleep fell upon Abram ; and. lo, an
15. 12 horror of great darkness fell upon him
17. 3 And Abram fell on his face : and God
17. 17 Abraham fell upon his face, and laughed
33. 4 Esau ran . . and fell on his neck, and kissed
44. 14 and they fell before him on the ground
45. 14 he fell upon his brother Benjamin s neck
46. 29 Joseph, .fell on his neck, and wept on his
49. i7 so that his rider shall fall backward
50. i Joseph fell upon his father s face, and
Exodis. 16 Fear and dread shall fall upon them ; by
21. 33 dig a pit. .and an ox or an ass fall therein
32. 28 there fell . . that day about three thousand
Lev. 9. 24 they shouted, and fell on their faces
ii. 32 upon whatsoever (any) of them, .doth fall
ii. 33 every earthen vessel whereinto (any). .1
ii. 35 whereupon (any part) of their carcase fall,
ii. 37 if (any part) of their carcase fall upon any
11.38 and (any part) of their carcase fall thereon
26. 7 they shall fall before you by the sword
26. 8 your enemies shall fall before you by the
26. 36 and they shall fall when none pursueth Num 14. 3 brought us unto this land, to fall by the
14. 5 Moses and Aaron fell on their faces before
14. 29 Your carcases shall fall in this wilderness
14. 32 carcases, they shall fall in this wilderness
14. 43 ye shall fall by the sword : because ye are
16. 4 when Moses heard (it), he fell upon his f.
16. 22 they fell upon their faces, and said, O God
16. 45 consume . . And they fell upon their faces
20. 6 Moses and Aaron . .fell upon their facea
34. 2 the land that shall fall unto you for an
FALL 326 FALL
Deut aa. 8 that thou bring not blood if any man f.
Josh. 5. 14 Joshua fell on his face to the earth, and
7 6 Joshua, .fell to the earth upon his face
8. 25 And (so) it was, (that) all that fell that day
11. 7 So Joshua came, .and they fell upon them
17. 5 And there fell ten portions to Manasseh
Judg 4 16 all the host ofsisera fell upon the edge
s. 27 he fell, .at her feet he bowed, he fell
7 . 13 smote it that it fell, and overturned it
8. 10 there fell an hundred and twenty thous.
12. 6 there fell at that time of the Ephraimitt-s
13 20 Manoah and his wife looked, .and fell on
15. 1 8 fall into the hand of the uncircumcised ?
1 6. 30 the house fell upon the lords, and upon
1 8. i inheritance had not fallen unto them
20. 44 there fell, .eighteen thousand men : all
20. 46 So that all which fell that day of Benja.
Ruth 2. 10 Then she fell on her face, and bowed her.
3. 18 until thou know how the matter will full
i S. 4. 10 there fell of Israel thirty thousand footm.
4. 18 he fell from off the seat backward by the
ii. 7 the fear of the LORD fell on the people
14. 13 fell before Jonathan ; and his armour b.
14. 45 there shall not one hair of his head fall
17. 49 and he fell upon his face to the earth
20. 41 fell on his face to the ground, and bowed
25. 23 fell before David on her face, and bowed
25. 24 fell at his feet, and said, I pon me, my
26. 20 let not my blood fall to the earth before
a*. 20 Saul fell straightway all along on the ea.
29. 3 I have found no fault in him since he fell
31.4 Therefore Saul took a sword, and fell upon
31. 5 his armour bearer, .fell likewise upon his
a Sa. i. 2 when he came . .he fell to the earth, and
3. 29 or that falleth on the sword, or that
3. 34 falleth before wicked men, (so) fellest
4. 4 it came to pass, .that he fell, and became
9. 6 he fell on his face, and did reverence. And
11. 17 there fell (some) of the people of the ser.
14. 4 she fell on her face to the ground, and
14. ii there shall not one hair of thy son fall to
14. 22 Joab fell to the ground on his face, and
17. 12 we will light upon him as the dew falleth
20. 8 a girdle . . as he went forth it fell out
21. 9 they fell (all) seven together, and were
si. 22 fell by the hand of David, and by the hand
24. 14 let us fall now. .let me not fall into
i Ki. i. 52 there shall not an hair of him fall to the
1 8. 7 he knew him, and fell on his face, and
18. 38 the flre of the LORD fell, and consumed
18. 39 when all the people saw (it), they fell on
20. 30 a wall fell upon twenty and seven thous.
22. 20 that he may go up and fall at Kamoth-g. T
Ki. 2. 13 He took, .the mantle, .that fell
a. 14 he took the mantle, .that fell from him
4. 37 Then she went in, and fell at his feet
6. 5 the ax head fell into the water : and
6. 6 And the man of God said, Where fell it ?
7. 4 let us fall unto the host of the Syrians
10. 10 there shall fall unto the earth nothing
14. 10 that thou shouldestfall . .thou, and Judah
i Ch. 5. 10 with the Ilagarites, who fell by their hand
10. 4 So Saul took a sword, and fell upon it
10. 5 when his armour bearer saw. .he fell lik.
12. 19 And there fell (some) of Manasseh to D.
12. 19 saying, He will fall to his master Saul
12. 20 there fell to him of Manasseh, Adnah
20. 8 they fell by the hand of David, and by
21. 13 let me fall now. .let me not fall into
21. 14 there fell of Israel seventy thousand men
21. 16 clothed in sackcloth, fell upou their faces
26. 14 And the lot eastward fell to Shelemiah
a Ch.i 5 . 9 for they fell to him out of Israel in abun.
18. 19 that he may go up and fall atRamoth-g.?
20. 1 8 inhabitants of Jerusalem fell before the
25. 19 that thou shouldest fall, .thou, and Jud.
20. 9 lo, our fathers have fallen by the sword
Eth. 6. 13 before whom thou hast begun to fall
6. 13 but shall surely fall before him
8. 17 for the fear of the Jews fell upon them
9. 2 for the fear of them fell upon all people
9. 3 because the fear of Mordecai fell upon
Job i. 15 And the Sabeans fell . .and took them
i. 19 fell upon the young men, and they are
4. 1 3 the visions . . when deep sleep falleth
13. ii Shall not. .his dread fall upon you 1
31. 22 let mine arm fall from my shoulder blade
33. 15 when deep sleep falleth upon men
I ga. 5. 10 letthem fall by their own counsels ; cast
10. 10 that the poor may fall by his strong ones
27. 2 and my foes, .they stumbled and fell
35 8 into that very destruction let him fall
37. 24 Though he fall, he shall not be utterly
45. 5 arrows (are) sharp . . the people fall under
78. 64 Their priest fell by the sword ; and their
82. 7 But ye shall . .fall like one of the princes
91. 7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten
105. 38 for the fear of them fell upon them
118. 13 that I might fall: but the LORD helped me
141. 10 Let the wicked fall into their own nets
145. 14 The LORD upholdeth all that fall, and
I"rov ii. 5 the wicked shall fall by his own wicked,
n. 14 Where no counsel (in), the people fall
ii. 28 He that trusteth in his riches shall fall
13. 17 A wicked messenger falleth into mischief
17. 20 he that hath a perverse tongue falleth
22. 14 he that is abhored of the LORD shall fall
24. 16 For a just (man) falleth seven times
24. 17 Rejoice not when thine enemy falleth
26. 27 Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein
38. 10 he shall fall himself into his own pit
28. 14 he that hardeneth his heart shall fall into
Pov 28. 1 3 but . .perverse (in his) ways shall fall at
Keel. 4. 10 if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow
4. 10 woe to him (that is) alone when he falle.
912 when it falleth suddenly upon them
10. 8 He that diggeth a pit shall fall into it
11. 3 and if the tree fall toward the south
ii. 3 in the place where the tree falleth, there
Isa. 3. 25 Thy men shall fall by the sword, and thy
8 15 many among them shall stumble, and fall
10. 4 Without me . . they shall fall under the
10 34 and Lebanon shall fall by a mighty one
13. 15 every one that is joined, .shall fall by the
22. 25 be removed, and be cut down, and fall
24. 18 Jleeth from the noise of the fear shall fa.
24. 20 and it shall fall, and not rise again
26. 18 neither have the inhabitants . . fallen
30. 25 And there shall be . . when the towers fallj
31. 8 Then shall the Assyrian fall with the swo.
47.11 Therefore . . mischief shall fall upon thee
54. i j whosoever, .against thee shall fall for thy
Jer 6. 15 they shall fall among them that fall
8. 4 Shall they fall, and not arise ? shall he
8. 12 shall they fall among them that fall
9. 22 men shall fall as dung upon the open field
20. 4 they shall fall by the sword of their
21. 9 he that goeth out, and falleth to the C.
23. 12 they shall be driven on, and fall therein
25. 27 Drink ye. .spue, and fall, and rise no more
25. 34 and ye shall fall like a pleasant vessel
39. 9 and those that fell away, that fell to him
39. 18 thou shalt not fall by the sword, but thy
44. 12 and they shall all . . fall in the land of Kg.
46. 6 they shall stumble, and fall toward the
46. 16 one fell upon another; and they said
48. 44 He that fleeth from the feur shall fall
49. 26 Therefore her young men shall fall in her
50. 30 Therefore shall her young men fall in the
50. 32 the most proud shall stumble and fall
51. 4 Thus the slain shall fall in the land ofthe
51. 44 yea, the wall of Babylon shall fall
51. 47 all her slain shall fall in the midst of her
51. 49 Babylon (hath caused) the slain, .to fall
51 49 so at Babylon shall fall the slain of all
52. 15 residue, .that fell to the king of Babylon
Lam. i. 7 when her people fell into the hand of the
Eze. i . 28 when I saw (it), I fell upon my face, and I
3 -3 behold the glory, .and I fell on my face
5 . 12 a third part shall fall by the sword round
6. 7 the slain shall fall in the midst of you
6. ii they shall fall by the sword, by the fami.
6. 12 and he that is near shall fall by the sword
8. i the hand of the Lord GOD fell there upon
9. 8 I fell upon my face, and cried, and said
11 5 And the Spirit ofthe LORD fell upon me
1 1. 10 Ye shall fall by the sword : I will judge
13. ii Say unto them, .it shall fall : there shall
13 ii and ye, O great hail stones, shall fall
13. 14 the foundation thereof . .shall fall, and ye
17. 21 with all his bands shall fall by the sword
23. 25 and thy remnant shall fall by the sword
24. 6 bring it out piece by piece ; let no lot fall
24. 21 your daughters, .shall fall by the sword
25 13 they of Dedan shall fall by the sword
27. 27 shall fall into the midst of the seas in the
27. 34 all thy company in the midst, .shall fall
29. 5 thou shalt fall upon the open fields
30. 4 when the slain shall fall in Egypt, and
30 5 the men of the land . . shall fall with them
30. 6 They also that uphold Egypt shall fall
3o. 6 shall they fall in it by the sword, saith
30 17 The young men . .shall fall by the sword
32 20 They shall fall in the midst of. .slain by
33 27 they that (are) in the wastes shall fall by
35 8 shall they fall that are slain with the swo.
38. 20 steep places shall fall, and every wall s. f.
39. 4 Thou shalt fall upou the mountains of Is.
39 5 Thou shalt fall upon the open field ; for
39. 23 gave them, .so fell they all by the sword
43 3 that I saw. .and I fell upon my face
44 4 behold, the glory . . and I fell upon my face
47 14 this laud shall fall unto you for iuherita.
Dan. 8. 17 I was afraid, and fell upon my face : but
10 7 a great quaking fell upon them, so that
ii. 19 he shall stumble and fall, and not be
Hos 7 16 their princes shall fall by the sword for
10. 8 they shall say. .to the hills, Fall on us
13 16 they shall fall by the sword ; their infants
Joel 2. 8 they fall upon the sword, they shall not
Amos 3. 5 fan a bird fall in a snare upon the earth
3 14 horns of the altar shall be cut off, and fall
7. 17 thy sons and thy daughters shall fall by
8 14 they shall fall, and never rise tip again
o. 9 yet shall not the least grain fall upon the
Jon. i . 7 they cast lots, and the lot fell upon Jonah
Mic 7 8 Rejoice not . . when I fall, I shall arise
Nan. 3. 12 they shall even fall into the mouth of the
10. To cause or let self to fall, "?5} naphal, 7.
Gen. 43. 18 that he may seek, .and fall upon us
II. To fall, ^5} nephal.
Dan. 2. 46 king Nebuchadnezzar fell upon his face
4. 31 there fell a voice from heaven .OlOBgN.
7. 20 before whom three fell ; even (of) that
12. To go up, nty alah.
Lev. 16. 9 the goat upon which the LORD S lot fell
16. 10 the goat, on which the lot fell, to be the
13. To fall upon, y;$ paga.
Judg. 8. 21 Rise thou, and fall upon us : for as the
15. 12 that ye will not fall upon me yourselves
i Sa. 22. 17 to fall upon the priests ofthe LOKI>
1 Sa. 22. 1 8 fall upon the priests .. and he fell upon the
2 Sa. 1.15 David . . said, Go near, (and) fall upon him
1 Ki. 2. 25 and he fell upon him that he died
2. 29 Solomon sent, .saying, Go, fall upon him
2. 31 Do as he hath said, and fall upon him
2. 34 Benaiah. .went up, and fell upon him
2. 46 Benaiah . . which went out, and fell upou
14. To become, come into beiny, yivo/j.ai r/iit >mai.
Rev. 16. 2 there fell a noisome and grie. ; Acts 1. 18.
15. To fall out, iKiriirrw ekpiptO.
Marki3. 25 the stars of heaven [shall fall], and tha
Acts 27. 17 fearing lest they should fall into the
27. 29 fearing lest we should have fallen upon
Jas. i. ii the flower thereof falleth, and the grace
2 Pe. 3. 17 lest ye also, .fall from your own sted.
16. To fall in or into, ^uinVrai m empiptv eis.
Matti2. 1 1 and if it fall into a pit on the sabbath day
Luke 10. 36 was neighbour unto him that fell among
14. 5 Which of you shall have an . .ox [fallen
i Ti. 3. 6 lest being lifted up with pride he fall
3. 7 lest he fall into reproach and the snare
6. 9 they that will lie rich fall into temptation
Heb 10. 31 (It is) a fearful thing to fall into the ha
17. To fall upon, itriitiirru fpijnpto.
Luke i. 12 he was troubled, and fear fell upon him
15. 20 ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him
Acts 8. 16 as yet he was fallen upon none of them
10 10 while they made ready, [he fell] into a
10. 44 the Holy Ghost [fell on] all them which
11. 15 as I began to speak, the Holy Ghost fell
13. ii there [fell on] him a mist and a darknes*
19. 17 ; 20. 10 ; 20. 37 ; Kom. 15. 3.
18. To cast upon, ifi($<i\\(} cpibalU.
Luke 1 5. 12 give me trie portion of ~oods that falleth
19. To come down, Karaftaivu katabaino.
Rev. 16. 21 there fell upon men a great hail out of
20. To fall down, Kara-iti-mca katapipto.
Acts 26. 14 when we were all fallen to the earth
21. To bear down, Ka-ratytpu k&tapherS,
Acts 20. 9 Eutychus, being fallen into a deep sleep
22. To fall, itiirTU) piptd.
Matt. 7. 25 beat upon that house ; and it fell not
7. 27 and beat upon that house; and it fell
10. 29 one of them shall not fall on the ground
13. 4 some, .fell by the wayside, and the fowls
13. 5 Some fell upou stony places, where
13. 7 some fell among thorns ; and the thorns
13. 8 other fell into good ground, and bro.
15. 14 Let them alone, .both shall fall into the
15. 27 crumbs which fall from their masters
17. 6 they fell on their face, and were sore afr.
17. 15 ofttimes he falleth into the flre, and oft
21. 44 whosoever shall fall on the stone
21. 44 on whomsoever it shall fall, it will grind
24. 29 and the stars shall fall from heaven
26. 39 he went a little farther, and fell on his
Mark 4. 4 as he sowed, some fell by the way side
4. 5 some fell on stony ground, where it had
4. 7 some fell among thorns, and the thorn*
4. 8 other fell on good ground, and did yield
5. 22 and when he saw him, he fell at his feet
9. 20 fell on the ground, and wallowed foamii
14. 35 fell on the ground, and prayed that, if it
Luke 5. 12 a man full of leprosy, .fell on (his) face
6. 39 shall they not both fall into the ditch
6. 49 stream did beat., and immediately [it fellj
8. 5 and as he sowed, some [fell] by the way
8. 6 some fell upon a rock ; and as soon as it
8. 7 some fell among thorns ; and the thorn*
8 8 other fell on good ground, and sprang u|>
8. 14 And that which fell among thorns are they
10. 18 I beheld Satan as lightning fall from he.
n. 17 a house (divided) against a house falleth
13. 4 upon whom the tower in Siloam fell, and
16. 21 crumbs which fell from the rich man s
20. 18 Whosoever shall fall, .shall be broken
20. 18 on whomsoever it shall fall, it will grind
21. 24 they shall fall by the edge of the sword
23. 30 begin to say . .Fall on us ; and to the hill*
Johni2. 24 Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground
13. 6 they went backward, and fell to thegro.
Acts i. 26 the lot fell upon Matthias ; and he was
9. 4 he fell to the earth, and heard a voice
22 7 I fell unto the ground, and heard a voice
27. 34 there shall not an hair [fall] from the hea<l
Rom ii. ii Have they stumbled that they should falir
11. 22 on them which fell, severity ; but toward
14. 4 to his own master he standeth or falleth
i Co 10. 8 fell in one day three and twenty thousand
10. 12 Wlierefore let him . .take heed Iest3ie fall
Heb. 3. 17 whose carcases fell in the wilderness?
4. ii lest any man fall after the same example
Jas. 5. 12 let your yea be yea. .lest ye fall into con
Rev. i. 17 when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead
2. 5 Remember, .from whence [thou art fallen)
6. 13 the stars of heaven fell unto the earth
6. 16 Fall on ns, and hide us from the fao* of
7. ii and fell before the throne on their faces
8 10 and there fell a great star from heaven
8. 10 it fell upon the third part of the rivers
9 i and I saw a star fall from heaven unto
ii ii preatfear[fell]upontheniwhichBawthentt
11.13 the tenth part of the city fell, and in the
1 1 16 fell upon their faces, and worshipped God
14. 8 Babylon is fallen, [is falien], thatgreatcity
16. i g cities of the nations fell : and great Bat*.
PALL 327 FALSE
Rev. 17. 10 five are fallen, and one is, (and) the other
1 8. 2 Babylon the great is fallen, [is fallen), and
19. jo I fell at his feet to worship him. And he
23.ro .ituiuble, K-ra.da ptaio.
j Pe. i. 10 if ye do these things, ye shall never fall
FALL among, to
Ti> fall around, irtpunVrui peripiptO.
Lukeio. 30 Acertain(man) .fell among thieves,which
FALL at, to
To fall toward, irpoa-ir ivrw prospipto.
Nlark 7. 25 a (certain) woman . .came and fell at his
FALL away, to
1. To fall, ^5} naphal.
2 Ki.25- ii fugitives that fell away to the king of
Jer. 37. 13 saying, Thou fallest away to the Chaldeans
37. 14 (It is) false ; I fall uot away to the Chal.
39. 9 those that fell away, .with the rest of the
52. 15 those that fell away . .and the rest of the
2. To place away, a^iffrri^i aphistemi.
Luke 8. 13 and in time of temptation fall away
3. To fall oat, tKiri-mu ekpiptd.
1 Pe. i. 24 and the flower thereof falleth away
^.To fall beyond, amiss, irapairtirToi parapipto.
Heb. 6. 6 If they shall fall away, to renew them
FALL, to cause to
1. To cause to stumble, V^5 kashal, 5.
Prov. 4. 16 sleep uot . . unless they cause (some) to fall
Eze. 36. 15 shalt thou cause thy nations to fall any
2. To cause to fall, ^5J naphal, 5.
Gen. 2.21 God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam
2 Ki. 19. 7 I will cause him to fall by the sword in
Isa. 37. 7 I will cause him to fall by the sword in
Jer. 3. 12 I will not cause mine anger to fall upon
15. 81 have caused (him) to fall upon it sudd.
19. 7 I will cause them to fall by the sword
Eze. 30. 22 I will cause the sword to fall out of his
32. 12 will I cause thy multitude to fall, the
39. 3 will cause thine arrows to fall out of thy
FALL, caused to
A stumbling block, Vitypa mikshol.
Eze. 44. 12 caused the house of Israel to fall into in.
FALL down, to
I. To stumble, ^5 kashal.
Psa.io7. 12 they fell down, and (there was) none to
Z.To fade, wear away, Sgj nabel.
Isa. 34. 4 all their host shall fall down, as the leaf
S.Tofalf, *?5j naphal.
Gen. 50. 18 his brethren also went and fell down be.
Deut22. 4 Thou shall not see .his ox fall down by
Josh. 6. 5 the wall of the city shall fall down flat
6. 20 the wall fell down flat, so that the people
Judg. 5. 27 where he bowed, there he fell down dead
19. 26 Then came the woman, .and fell down at
1 Sa. 17. 52 the wounded of the Philistines fell down
31. i the men . . fell down slain in mount Gilboa
2 Sa. 2. 16 so they fell down together: wherefore
2. 23 he fell down there; and died in the same
2. 23 to the place where Asahel fell down and
19. 18 the son of Gera fell down before the king
j Ki. i. 2 Ahaziah fell down through a lattice in his
1 Ch. 5. 22 For there fell down many slain, because
10. i the men . fell down slain in mount Gilboa
2 Ch.i3. 17 so there fell down five hundred thousand
Esth. 8. 3 Esther spake . and fell down at his feet
Job i. 20 fell down upon the ground, and worship.
Isa. 9. 10 The bricks are fallen down, but we will
31. 3 he that is holpen shall fall down, and
Eze. 11.13 Then fell I down upon my face, and cried
30. 25 and the arms of Pharaoh shall fall down
Dan. ii. 26 overflow ; and many shall fall down slain
4.7" cause self to fall, "75} naphal, 7.
Deut. 9. 1 8 I fell down before the LORD, as at the
9. 25 fell down before the LORD, .as I fell down
6. To fall,
S J nephal.
Dan. 3. 5, 10 fall down and worship the golden
3. 6, 1 1 whoso falleth not down and worship
3. 7 fell down (and) worshipped the golden ini.
3. 15 fall down and worship the image which
3. 23 these three men. .fell down bound into
Q.To bow down, do obeisance, 139 sagad.
Isa. 44. 15 he maketh a god . .and falleth down
44. 17 he falleth down unto it, and worshippeth
44. 19 shall I fall down to the stock of a tree ?
46. 6 he maketh it a god : they fall down, yea
I.To crouch, lie dovm, \ 3~\ rabats.
Xuni22. 27 she fell down under Balaam : and Balaam s
8. To buw self, do obeisance, worship, nntfshachah, 7.
2 Sa. 1 8. 28 he fell down to the earth upon his face
Psa. 72. ii yea, all kings fall down before him
Isa. 45. 14 they shall fall down unto thee, they shall
9.7V) >/o or come down, Kara^aivw katabaino.
Liike22. 44 drops of blood falling down to the ground
10. To fall down, Karcnriirrw katapipto.
Acts 28. 6 swollen, or fallen down dead suddenly
11.7V) fall, triirru pipto.
Halt. 2. 1 1 they saw the young child . .and fell down
4. 9 if thou wilt fall down and worship me
18. 26 servant therefore fell down, and worship.
18. 29 his fellow-servant fell down at his feet
Luke 8. 41 he fell down at Jesus feet, and besought
17. 16 fell down on (his) face at his feet, giving
Johnn. 32 she fell down at his feet, saying unto him
Acts 5. 5 Ananias hearing these words fell down
5. 10 Then fell she down straightway at his
10. 25 Cornelius met him, and fell down at his
15. 16 tabernacle of David, which is fallen down
20. 9 fell down from the third loft, and was
1 Co. 14. 25 so falling down on (his) face he will wor,
Heb. ii. 30 By (aith the walls of Jericho fell down
Rev. 4. 10 The four and twenty elders fall dowu bef.
5. 8 four (and) twenty elders fell down before
5. 14 the four (and) twenty elders fell down and
19. 4 the four and twenty elders .fell down
22. 8 1 fell down to worship before the feet of
FALL down at, to
To fall toward, irptxririirrw prospipto.
Luke 5. 8 When Simon Peter saw (it), he fell d. at
FALL down, to let
To cause or let i/o down, TV yarad, 5.
t Sa. 21. 13 let his spittle fall down upon his beard
FALL down before, to
To fall toward, npoffiriirru prospipto.
Mark 3. n unclean spirits .fell down before him
5. 33 the woman, .fell down before him, and
Luke 8. 28 he cried out, and fell down before him
8. 47 she came trembling, and falling down
Acts 16. 29 came trembling, and fell down before
FALL down from Jupiter, which
fallen from Zeus, i.e., heaven, AioTe-nfti Diopetes.
Acts 19. 35 of the (image) which fell down from Ju.?
FALL flat, to
To bow self, do obeisance, worship, xny shachah, 7.
Nuni22. 31 bowed down his head, and fell flat.on his f.
FALL from, to
1. To fall off"from, airoirrrTtu apopipto.
Acts 9. 18 immediately there fell from his eye* as it
2.To fall out of, tKiriirru ekpiptd.
Gal. 5. 4 justified by the law ; ye are fallen from
2 Pe. 3. 17 lest ye. .fall from your own stedfastness
FALL grievously, to
To revolve, *rn, *??n chul, chil.
Jer. 23. 19 it shall fall grievously upon the head of
FALL headlong, to
Becoming prostrate, TprjvTjs ytvofitvos prenes gen.
Acts i. 18 falling headlong, he burst asunder in the
FALL into, to
To fall around, irfptiriirrca peripipto.
Acts 27. 41 falling into a place where two seaa met
Jas. t. 2 count it all joy when ye fall into divers
FALL, to let
\.To spread out, leave, v} natash.
Numn. 31 let (them) fall by the camp, as it were a
2. To let or cause to fall, Sjj naphal, 5.
i Sa. 3. 19 let none of his words fall to the ground
Psa. 78. 28 And he let (it) fall in the midst of their
3. To spoil, V1
?? shalal.
Ruth 2. 16 And let fall also (some) of the kandfuls
FALL, to make
1 . To cause to fall, Ssj naphal, 5.
1 Sa. 18. 25 Saul thought to make David fall by the
2.7*0 cause to stumble, S?$ kashal, 5.
a Ch.25. 8 God shall make thee fall before the enemy
Psa. 64. 8 they shall make their own tongue to fall
Lam. 1. 14 hath made my strength to fall, the LORD
FALL off, to
1. To fade, wear away, Saj nabel.
Isa. 34. 4 as the leaf falleth off from the vine, and
2. To fall off, tKiriirrw ekpiptii.
Acts 12. 7 And his chains fell off from (his) hands
27. 32 Then the soldiers cut .and let her fall off
FALL out, to
1. To go or come out, K)t; yatsa.
2 Ch 21. 19 his bowels fell out by reason of his sickn.
2. To meet, happen, tojj qara.
Exod. i. 10 when there falletli out any war, they join
3. To be angry, irj ragaz.
Gen. 45. 24 See that ye fall not out by the way
4. To come, Upxo^ai erchomai.
Phil, i . 1 2 things (which happened) . . have fallen out
FALL, ready to
To fall, *?5J naphal.
Isa. 30. 13 shall be to you as a breach ready to fall
FALL upon, to
1. To fall upon, jn? paga.
Exod. 5. 3 lest he fall upon us with pestilence, or
1 Ki. 2. 32 who fell upon two men more righteous
2 . To push out, strip, 0^9 pashat.
2 Ch.25. 3 the soldiers, .fell upon the cities ofJudah
Job i . 1 7 The Chaldeans . . fell upon the camels, and
FALL with pain, to
To revolve, "j n, Sin chul, chil.
Jer. 30. 23 it skall fall with pain upon the head of
FALLEN, to be
1.7*0 come in, icia bo.
Niiin j2. 19 our inheritance is fallen to us on thU side)
2. To stumble, Sp? kashal.
Isa. 59. 14 for truth is fallen in the street, and equi
3. To fall, Ssj naphal.
Gen. 4. 6 and why is thy countenance fallen?
Josh. 2. 9 that your terror is fallen upon us, and
8. 24 they were all fallen on the edge of the
Judg. 3. 25 their lord (was) fallen down dead on the
19. 27 the woman his concubine was fallen down
1 8a. 5. 3, 4 Dagon(was) fallen upon his face to the
26. 12 because a deep sleep, .was fallen upon
31. 8 found Saul and his three sons fallen in
2 Sa. i. 4 many of the people also are fallen and
i. 10 could not live after that he was fallen
i. 12 because they were fallen by the sword
i. 19 high places : how are the mighty fallen t
i. 25 How are the mighty fallen in the midst
i. 27 How are the mighty fallen, and the weap.
3. 38 and a great man fallen this day in Israel ?
22. 39 yea, they are fallen under my feet
1 Ch.io. 8 they found Saul and his sons fallen in
2 Ch.2o. 24 they (were) dead bodies fallen to the earth
Esth. 7. 8 Hainan was fallen upon the bed whereon
Job i. 16 The fire of God is fallen from heaven, and.
Psa. 7. 15 and is fallen into the ditch (which) he
16. 6 The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant
18. 38 were not able to rise : they are fallen
20. 8 They are brought down and fallen : buk
36. 12 There are the workers of iniquity fallen
55. 4 and the terrors of death are fallen upon
57. 6 into the midst whereof they are fallen
69. 9 the reproaches of them . .are fallen upon
Isa. 3. 8 Jerusalem is ruined, and Judah is fallen,
14. 12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Luci.
16. 9 for the shouting, .for thy harvest is fallen
21. 9 and said, Babylon is fallen, is fallen; and
Jer. 38. 19 I am afraid of the Jews that are fallen to
46. 12 mighty, (and) they are fallen both togeth.
48. 32 the spoiler is fallen upon thy. .fruits and
50. 15 her foundations are fallen, her walls are
51. 8 Babylon is suddenly fallen and destroyed
Lam. 2. 21 my young men are fallen by the sword
5. 16 The crown is fallen (from) our head : woa
Eze. 13. 12, 31. 12, 31. 22, 23, 24, 32. 27.
Hos. 7. 7 ; Amos 5. 2, 9. n ; Zech. n. 2.
4. To fall out of, (Kitiirrta ekpiptii.
Rev. 2. 5 Remember.. from whence thou art fall.
FALLEN in decay, be
Ifis hand wavers, ii; .19*? [;/ad].
Lev. 25. 35 waxen poor and fallen in decay with thee
FALLING
\.0verthrow, falling, TH dechi.
Psa. 56. 13 (wilt) not (thou deliver) my feet from fal.
1 16. 8 thou hast delivered . . my feet from falling;
2. To fall, Ssj naphal.
> um24. 4, \6 falling (into a trance), but having his
Job 14. 18 the mountain falling cometh to nought
3. To stumble, hv$ kashal.
Job 4. 4 words have upholdeu him that was falling
t.Tofade, wear away, Ssj nabel.
Isa. 34. 4 and as a falling (fig) from the fig tree
FALLING away
The falling away, ri a.rocrra.<ria he apostasia.
2 Th. 2. 3 except there come a falling away flrit
FALLING down
To move, slip, fail, tro mot.
Prov. 25. 26 A righteous man falling down before tha
FALLING, from
Unfailing, without falling, &irta.iaro\ aptaistos.
Jude 24 him that is able to keep you from falling
FALLOW deer
Fallow deer, brown goat or gazelle, usa* yachmur.
Deut. 14. 5 the roebuck, and the fallow deer, and
i Ki. 4. 23 harts, and roebucks, and fallow deer
FALLOW ground
Broken up ground, tillage, VJ nir.
Jer. 4. 3 Break up your fallow ground, and sow
Hos. 10. 12 reap in mercy; break up your fallow fro.
FALSE
1. Vanity, iniquity, JiJf aven.
Prov. 1 7. 4 A wicked doer giveth heed to false lips
2. Violence, o?n chamas.
Psa. 35. ii False witnesses did rise up ; they laid to
3.^4 lie, deceit, 219 kazab.
Prov.2i. 28 A false witness shall perish: but the man
^.Deceit, ni?"|? mirmah.
Prov. 1 1. i A false balance (is) abomination to the
20. 23 Divers weights, .and a false balance (U)
5. Deceit, -TOI remiyyah.
Psa. 1 20. 3 what shall be done unto thee, thou falsa
6.Emptiness, vanity, falsehood, Ni^ shav.
Exod. 23. i Thou shalt not raise a false report ; put
Deut. 5. 20 Neither shalt thou bear false witness
Lam. 2. 14 but have seen for thee false burdens and
Eze. 21. 23 it shall be unto them as a false divinati.
Zech. 10. 2 and the diviners . . have told false dreams.
FALSEHOOD FAMILY
7.Falsehood, ~i$y sheqer.
Exod 30. 16 Thou shalt not bear false witness
23. 7 Keep thee far from a false matter
Deut 19. 18 behold (if) the witness (be) a false witness
2 Ki. 9. 12 And they said, (It is) false ; tell us now
Job 36. 4 For truly my words (shall) not (be) false
Psa. 27. 12 false witnesses are risen up against me
119. 104 I get. .therefore I hate every false way
119. 128 Therefore. .1 hate every false way
Prov 12. 17 showeth. .righteousness, but a false wit.
14. 5 A faithful witness will not lie : but a fal.
19. 5, 9 A false witness shall not be unpunish.
25. 14 Whoso boasteth himself of a false gift
25. 1 8 A man that beareth false witness against
Jer. 14. 14 they prophesy unto you a false vision and
23. 32 I (am) against them that prophesy false
37. 14 (It is) false; I fall not away to the Chald.
Zech. 8. 1 7 let none . . imagine evil . . lovejno false oath
Mai. 3. 5 And I will come near to.. false swearers
8. False, lying, tyt uSrjr pseudes.
Acts 6. 13 And set up false witnesses, which said
[See alto Accusation, accuser, apostle, brethren, christs,
prophet, witness.]
FALSEHOOD
1. Transgression, Vyp rnaal.
Job 21. 34 in your answers there remaineth falseho.
2. Falsehood, ~iff? sheqer.
2 Sa. 18. 13 Otherwise I should have wrought falseh.
Psa. 7. 14 Behold, he . .brought forth falsehood
119. 118 them that err. .for their deceit (is) fals.
144. 8, ii right hand (is) a right hand of falseh.
Isa. 28. 15 under falsehood have we hid ourselves
57. 4 (are) ye not. .a seed of falsehood ?
59. 13 uttering from the heart words of falseh.
Jer. 10. 14 for his molten image (is) falsehood, and
13. 25 thou hast forgotten me, and trusted in f.
51. 17 for his molten image (is) falsehood, and
Hos. 7. i for they commit falsehood, and the thief
Mif. 2. 1 1 If a man walking in the spirit and falseh.
FALSELY
I. Emptiness, vanity, tfiy shar.
Hos. 10. 4 swearing falsely in making a covenant
2. Falsehood, n^ sheqer.
Lev. 6. 5 all that about which he hath sworn fals.
19. 12 ye shall not swear by my name falsely
Deut 19. 1 8 hath testified falsely against his brother
Jer. 5. 2 The LORD liveth ; surely they swear fals.
5. 31 The prophets prophesy falsely, and the
6. 13 unto the priest every one dealeth falsely
7. 9 Will ye. .swear falsely, and burn incense
8. 10 from the prophet, .everyone dealeth fal.
29. 9 For they prophesy falsely unto you in my
40. 1 6 for thou speakest falsely of Ishmael
43. 2 saying unto Jeremiah, Thou speakest fa.
Zech. 5. 4 the house of him that sweareth falsely
3. Over a falsehood, i^ ^y al-sheqer.
Lev. 6. 3 lieth concerning it, and sweareth falsely
4.7V) speak falsely, lie, ^fi/Souai pseudomai.
Matt. 5. 1 1 say all manner of evil against you falsely
FALSELY so called
Falsely named, tytv94rvpt pseudonumos.
i Ti. 6. 20 oppositions of science falsely so called
FALSELY, to deal
1. To lie, act deceitfully, vny kachash, 3.
Lev. 19. ii ye shall not steal, neither dial falsely
2. To lie, utter falsehood, "W shaqar.
Gen. 21. 23 that thou wilt not deal falsely with me
S.TVj lie, deal falsely, "IJ3? shaqar, 3.
Psa. 44. 17 neither have ve dealt falsely in thy cov.
FALSIFYING
To pervert, rny avath, 3.
Amos 8. 5 and falsifying the balances by deceit ?
FAME
1. Voice, Vip qol.
Gen. 45. 1 6 the fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh s
Z.Xame, O& shem.
i Ki. 4. 31 his fame was in all nations round about
i Ch.i4. 17 the fame of David went out into all
22. 5 the house . . exceeding magniflcal, of fame
Zeph 3. 19 and I will get them praise and fame in
3. Hearing, fame, report, nyiop shemuah.
1 Ki. 10. 7 prosperity exceedeth the fame which
2 Ch. 9. 6 (for) thou exceedest the fame that I heard
4. Hearing, fame, report, ypi? shema.
Num i4. 15 the nations which have heard the fame of
1 Ki. 10. i the queen of Sheba heard of the fame
2 Ch. 9. i the queen of Sheba heard of the fame
Job 28. 22 We have heard the fame thereof with
Isa. 66. 19 that have not heard my fame, neither
5 Hearing, fame, yv shoma.
Josh. 6. 27 and his fame was (noised) throughout all
9. 9 for we have heard the fame of him, and
Esth. 9. 4 For Mordecai (was) great .. and his fame
Jer. 6. 24 We have heard the fame thereof ; our
6.Hearing, OKO^ akoe.
Matt. 4. 24 And his fame went throughout all Syria
14. i Herod the tetrarch heard of the fame of
Mark i. 28 And immediately hit fame spread abroad
7.A sound, noise, ^x
Luke 4. 37 And the fame of him went out into every
S.Word, Ao-yoi logos.
Luke 5. 15 But so much the more went there a fame
d.Fame, saying, QJinri pheme.
Matt. 9. 26 And the fame hereof went abroad into
Luke 4. 14 there went out a fame of him through
FAME, to spread abroad one s
To say throughout, everywhere, 8ia.q>ri/j.ifa diaphe.
Matt. 9. 31 But they, .spread abroad his fame in all
FAMILIAR
Peace, prosperity, completeness, DiS? shalom.
Psa. 41. Q Yea, mine own familiar friend, in whom
Jer. 20. 10 All my familiars watched for my halting
FAMILIAR friend
To be known, acquainted urith, jnj yada, 4.
Job 19. 14 my familiar friends have forgotten me
FAMILIAR spirit
A necromancer, 3iN db.
Lev. 19. 31 Regard not them that have familiar spir.
20. 6 the soul that turneth after .. familiar spi.
20. 27 A man also, .that hath a familiar spirit
Deut 1 8. ii or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a
1 Sa. 28. 3 had put away those that had familiar sp.
28. 7 Seek me a woman thatihath a familiarsp.
28. 7 Behold . . a woman that hath a familiar s.
28. 8 divine unto me by the familiar spirit
28. 9 hath cut off those that have familiar spi.
2 Ki ii. 6 dealt with familiar spirits and wizards
23. 24 Moreover the (workers with) familiar sp.
1 Ch. 10. 13 for asking (counsel) of . .a familiar spirit
2 Ch.33. 6 dealt with a familiar spirit, and with wiz.
Isa. 8. 19 Seek unto them that have familiar spirits
19. 3 seek, .to them that have familiar spirits
29. 4 as of one that hath a familiar spirit, out
FAMILIES
Infants, household, IB taph.
Gen. 47. 12 with bread according to (their) families
FAMILY
1..4 thousand, *]^N eleph.
Judg. 6. 15 behold, my family (is) poor in Manasseh
I.House, household, n 3 bayith.
1 011.13. 14 the ark of God remained with the family
2 Ch.35. 5, 12 to the divisions of the families of the
Psa. 68. 6 God setteth the solitary in families : he
^.Family, "inpipp mishpachah.
Gen. 10. 5 every one. .after their families, in their
10. 18 and afterward were the families of the
10. 20 the sons of Ham, after their families
10. 31 the sons of Shem, after their families
10. 32 These . . the families of the sons of Noah
12. 3 in thee shall all families of the earth be
28. 14 in thy seed shall all the families of the
36. 40 These., the names, .according to their fa.
Bxod. 6. 14 Carmi : these (be) the families of Reuben
6. 15 Shaul. .these (are) the families of Simeon
6. 17 Libni and Shimi, according to their fam.
6. 19 these (are) the families of Levi according
6. 24 these (are) the families of the Korhites
6. 25 these, .the heads, .according to their fa.
12. 21 take you a lamb according to your fami.
Lev. 20. 5 I will set my face, .against his family
25. 10 ye shall return every man unto his family
25. 41 and shall return unto his own family
25. 45 and of their families that (are) with you
25. 47 or to the stock of the stranger s family
25. 49 or (any) that is nigh . . of his family may
Num. i. 2 Take ye the sum of all. .after their fami.
i. 18 declared their pedigrees after their fami.
1. 20 of the children of. .after their families
[So in v. 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42.]
2. 34 they set forward, every one after their f.
3. 15 Number the children, .by their families
3. 18 thes* (are) the names . .by their families
3. 19 the sons of Kohath by their families
3. 20 the sons of Merari by their families
3. 20 These (are) the families of the Levites
3. 21 Of Gershon. .the family of the Libnites
3. 21 and the family of the Shimites. .families
3. 23 The families of the Gershonites shall
3. 27 And of Kohath . . the family of the A.
3. 27 and the family of the Izeharites
3. 27 and the family of the Hebronites
3. 27 and the family of the Uzzielites
3. 27 these (are) the families of the Kohathites
3. 29 The families of the sons of Kohath shall
3. 30 And the chief . .of the families of the Ko.
3. 33 Of Merari. .the family of the Mahlites
3. 33 and the family of the Mushites
3. 33 these (are) the families of Merari
3. 35 And the chief, .of the families of Merari
3. 39 throughout their families, all the males
4. 2 the sons of Levi, after their families, by
4. 18 Cut ye not off the tribe of the families of
4. 22 of the sons of Gershon . .by their families
4. 24, 28, 33 This (is) the service of thefamiliesol
4. 29 thousnaltnumberthemaftertheirfamilies
4. 34 numbered the sons . . after their families
4. 36 those that were numbered, .by theirfamil.
4. 37 These, .they that were numbered of the f
4. 38 the sons of Gershon, throughout their f.
4. 40 numbered of them, throughout their fam
4. 41 they that were numbered of the families
4. 42, 45 those that were numbered ofthefamilies
Num. 4. 42 sons of Mcrari, throughout their families
4. 44 those that were numbered . . after their f.
4. 46 numbered of the Levites . . after their fa.
ii. 10 heard the people weep throughout their fa.
26. 5 of Reuben ; Hanoch . . the family of the H.
26. 5 of Pallu, the family of the Palluites
26. 6 Of Hezron, the family of the Hezronites
26. 6 of Carmi, the family of the Carmites
s6. 7 These (are) the families of the Reubenitus
26. 12 The sons of Simeon after their families
26. 12 of Nemuel, the family of the Nenmelites
26. 12 of Jamiu, the family of the Jaminites
26. 12 of Jachin, the family of the Jachinites
26. 13 Of Zerah, the family of the Zarhites
26. 13 of Shaul, the family of the Shaulitcs
26. 14 These (are) the families of the Simeonites
26. 15 The children of Gad after their families
26. 15 of Zephon, the family of the Zephonites
26. 15 of Haggi, the family of the Hairintrs
26. 15 of Shuni, the family of the Shuuites
26. 16 Of Ozni, the family of the Oznites
26. 16 of Eri, the family of the Erites
26. 17 Of Arod, the family of the Arodites
26. 17 of Areli, the family of the Arelites
26. 18 These (are) the families of the children of
26. 20 the sons of Judah after their families
26. 20 of Shelah, the family of the Shelauites
26. 20 of Pharez, the family of the Pharzites
26. 20 of Zerah, the family of the Zarhites
26. 21 of Hezron, the family of the Hezronites
26. 21 of Hamul, the family of the Hamulites
26. 22 These (are) the families of Judah according
26. 23 the sons of Issachar, after their families
26. 23 (of) Tola, the family of the Tolaites
26. 23 of Pua, the family of the Punites
26. 24 of Jashub, the family of the Jashubites
26. 24 of Shimrou, the family of the Shimronites
26. 25 These (are) the families of Issachar
26. 26 the sons of Zebulun after their families
26. 26 of Sered, the family of the Sardites
26. 26 of Elon, the family of the Elonites
26. 26 of Jahleel, the family of the Jahleelites
26. 27 These (are) the families of the Zebulunites
26. 28 The sons of Joseph after their families
26. 29 of Machir, the family of the Machirites
26. 29 of Gilead. .the family of the Gileadites
26. 30 (of) Jeezer, the family of the Jeezerites
26. 30 of Helek, the family of the Helekites
26. 31 And(of)Asriel, the family of the Asrielites
26. 31 and (of) Shechem, the family of the Sheo.
26. 32 And (of) Shemida, the family of the Shem,
26. 32 and (of) Hepher, the family of the Heph.
26. 34 These (are) the families of Manasseh
26. 35 the sons of Ephraim after their families
26. 35 of Shuthelah, the family of the Shuthali
26. 35 of Becher, the family of the Bachrites
26. 35 of Tahan, the family of the Tahanites
26. 36 of Eran, the family of the Eranites
26. 37 These (are)the families of the sons of Eph.
26. 37 the sons of Joseph after their families
26. 38 The sons of Benjamin after their families
26. 38 of Bela, the family of the Belaites
26. 38 of Ashbel, the family of the Ashbelites
26. 38 of Ahiram, the family of the Ahiramites
26. 39 Of Shupham, the family of the shupham.
26. 39 of Hupham, the family of the Huphamit.
26. 40 (Of Ard), the family of the Ardites
26. 40 of Naaman, the family of the Naamites
26. 41 the sons of Benjamin after their families
26. 42 These, .the sons of Dan after their famil.
26. 42 of Shuham, the family of the Shuhamites
26. 42 These, .the families of Dan after their fa.
26. 43 All the families of the Shuhamites, accord.
26. 44 the children of Asher after their families
26. 44 of Jimna, the family of the Jimnites
26. 44 of Jesui, the family of the Jesuites
26. 44 of Beriah, the family of the Beriites
26. 45 of Heber, the family of the Heberites
26. 45 of Malchiel, the family of the Malchielit.
26. 47 These, .the families of the sons of Asher
26. 48 the sons of Naphtali after their families
26. 48 of Jahzeel, the family of the Jahzeelites
26. 48 of Guni, the family of the Gunites
26. 49 of Jezer, the family of the Jezerites
26. 49 of Shillem, the family of the Shillemites
26. 50 families of Naphtali ace. to their families
26. 57 And these, .of the Levites after their fa.
26. 57 of Gershon, the family of the Gershonites
26. 57 of Kohath, the family of the Kohathitea
26. 57 of Merari, the family of the Merarites
26. 58 These (are) the families of the Levites
26. 58 the family of the Libnites, the family of
26. 58 the family of the Mahlites, the family of
26. 58 the family of the Korathites
27. i of the families of Manasseh the son of J. *
27. 4 be done away from among his family
27. ii kinsman that is next to him of his family
33. 54 shall divide the land . . among your fami.
36. i the chief fathers of the families of the
36. i of the families of the sons of Joseph
36. 6 only to the family of the tribe of their
36. 8 shall be wife unto one of the family of
36. 12 they were married into the families of
36. 12 their inheritance remained in . . the family
Deut.eg. 1 8 Lest there should be among you. .family
Josh. 7. 14 the tribe, .shall come according to the f.
7. 14 and the family which the LORP shall take
7. 17 And he brought the family of Judah
7. 17 and lie took the family of the Zarhites
7. 17 and he brought the family of the Xarhites
13. 15 Moses gave, .according to their families
13. 23 This, .of Reuben after their families
FAMINE 329 FAR
Josh. 1 3.
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1 8.
18.
21.
Ruth 2.
i Sa. 9.
a Sa. 14.
16.
iCh. 2.
Neh.
Esth.
Job
Psa. 107
Jer. i.
25-
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Eze. 20
Amos 3.
Mic. 2.
Nah. 3.
Zech.i2
14.
14.
A.Family
Eph. 3.
24 tribe of Gad .. according to their families
28 inheritance, .of Gad after their families
29 the half tribe of Manasseh . . by their fa.
31 one half, .of Machir by their families
1 the tribe, .of Judah by their families
12, 20 of Judah. .according to their families
5 Ephraim according to their families
8 the children of Ephraim by their families
2 the children of Manasseh by their families
2 male children, .of Joseph by their fami.
ii, 20, 21, 28 Benjamin., according to their f.
i, 8 Simeon according to their families
10, 16 Zebulun according to their families
17, 23 Issachar according to their families
24, 31 of Asher according to their families
32, 39 Naphtali according to their families
40, 48 of Dan according to their families
4 And the lot came out for the families of
5 Kohath (had) by lot out of the families
6 of Gershon(had)bylotout of the families
7 The children of Merari by their families
10 the children of Aaron, (being) of the fa.
20 the families of the children of Kohath
26 All the cities (were) ten . . for the families
27 children of Gershon, of the families of
33 of the Gershonites according to their fa.
34 unto the families of the children of Merari
40 for the children of Merari, by their fam.
40 which were remaining of the families of
25 but they let go the man and all his family
1 communed with them, and. .all the fam.
2 a certain man of Zorah, of the family of
7 there was a young man . . of the family of
2 the children of Dan sent of their family
n there went from thence of the family of
19 thou be a priest unto a. .family in Israel?
24 every man to his tribe and to his family
1 a mighty man of wealth, of the family of;E.
21 and my family the least of all the families
21 to come near by their families, the family
1 8 what (is) my life, (or) my father s family
6 a yearly sacrifice there for all the family
29 Let me go, I pray thee ; for our family
7 the whole family is risen against thine
5 thence came out a man of the family of
53 the families of Kirjath-jearim ; the Ithr.
55 the families of the scribes which dwelt
2 These (are) the families of the Zorathites
8 the families of Aharhel the son of Harum
21 the families of the house of them that
27 neither did all their family multiply, like
38 These mentioned, .princes in their fami.
7 his brethren by their families, when the
19 these are the families of the Levites ace.
54 of the families of the Kohathites ; for
60 All their cities throughout their families
6 1 sons of Kohath. .left of the family of
62 sons of Gershom, throughout their fami.
63 sons of Merari. .throughout their famil.
66 And . . of the families of the sons of Koh.
70 Bileam with her suburbs, for the family
71 out of the family of the half tribe of Ma.
5 their brethren among all the families of
13 I even set the people after their families
28 every family, every province, and every
34 or did the contempt of families terrify
41 and maketh (him) families like a flock
15 I will call all the families of the kingdo.
4 Hear, .all the families of the house of I.
14 I will take you one of a city, .two of a f.
3 residue of them that remain of this evil f.
25 Pour out thy fury . . upon the families that
9 I will send and take all the families of
i will I be the God of all the families of Is.
24 The two families which the LORD hath
32 We will be as the heathen, as the families
1 children of Israel, against the whole fam.
2 You only have I known of all the families
3 saith the LORD ; Behold, against this fa.
4 selleth . . families through her witchcrafts
12 the land shall mourn, every family apart
12 the family of the house of David apart
12 the family of the house of Nathan apart
13 The family of the house of Levi apart
13 the family of Sbimei apart, and their
14 All the families that remain, every family
17 whoso will not come up of (all) the fami.
1 8 And if the family of Egypt go not up
(one s own), irarpid patria.
15 Of whom the whole family in heaven and
FAMINE
1.Famine, hunger, j$9 kaphan.
Job 5. 22 At destruction and famine thou shalt la.
30. 3 For want and famine . .solitary ; fleeing
2. Hunger, famine, 3JH raab.
Gen. 12. 10 there was a famine in the land : and A.
12. 10 for the famine (was) grievous in the land
26. i And there was a famine in the land
26. i beside the first famine that was in the
. 27 seven empty, .shall be seven years of fa.
30 there shall arise . . seven years of famine
. 30 and the famine shall consume the land
31 shall not be known, .by reason of that f.
4 . 36 store . . against the seven years of famine
4 . 36 that the land perish not through the fam.
. 50 born two sons before the years of famine
. 56 the famine was over all the face of the
. 56 the famine waxed sore in the land of Eg.
. 57 because that the famine was (so) sore in
42. 5 for the famine was in the land of Canaan
i And the famine (was) sore in the land
6 For these two years (hath) the famine
11 for yet (there are) five years of famine
4 for the famine (is) sore in the land of Ca.
13 the famine (was) very sore, so that the
13 of Canaan, fainted by reason of the famine
20 because the famine prevailed over them
i came to pass, .that there was a famine
1 there was a famine in the days of David
13 Shall seven years of famine come unto
37 If there be in the land famine, if there be
2 And (there was) a sore famine in Samaria
25 And there was a great famine in Samaria
4 then the famine (is) in the city, and we
1 for the LORD hath called for a famine
3 And on the ninth, .the famine prevailed
12 Either three years famine ; or three mo.
9 If. .evil cometh upon us. .or famine, we
11 Hezekiah persuade you. .to die by famine
20 In famine he shall redeem thee from
19 and to keep them alive in famine
16 Moreover he called for a famine upon the
30 I will kill thy root with famine, and he
19 the famine, and the sword : by whom
12 neither shall we see sword nor famine
22 sons and their daughters shall die by fa.
12 but I will consume them, .by the famine
13 neither shall ye have famine ; but I will
15 say, Sword and famine shall not be in this
15 By sword and famine shall those prophets
16 because of the famine and the sword
1 8 behold them that are sick with famine !
2 such as (are) for the famine, to the famine
4 and they shall be consumed, .by famine
21 deliver up their children to the famine
7 I will deliver Zedekiah. .from the famine
9 Hethat abideth . . shall die . . by the famine
10 I will send the sword, the famine, and
8 that nation will I punish, .with the fam.
13 Why will ye die. .by the famine, and by
17 will send upon them the sword, the fam.
1 8 I will persecute them, .with the famine
24 because of the sword, and of the famine
36 It shall be delivered .. by the famine, and
17 liberty, .to the pestilence, and to the fa.
2 He that remaineth . . shall die . . by the fa.
16 the famine, whereof ye were afraid, shall
17 they shall die by the sword, by the famine
22 know, .that ye shall die. .by the famine
12 they shall, .be consumed, .by the famine
1 2 they shall die . . by the sword and . . famine
13 I have punished Jerusalem, .by the fam.
1 8 and have been consumed, .by the famine
27 men of Judah . . shall be consumed . . by . . f .
6 the famine was sore in the city, so that
10 Our skin was black .. because of the. .fa.
12 with famine shall they be censumed in
16 I shall send, .the evil arrows of famine
1 6 I will increase the famine upon you
17 So will I send upon you famine and evil
1 1 they shall fall by the sword, by the fam.
12 he that, .is besieged shall die by the fam.
15 and the pestilence and the famine within
15 he that (is) in the city, famine and pestil.
16 I will leave a few men. .from the famine
13 and will send famine upon it, and will
21 send my four sore judgments, .famine
29 I will also save you. .and lay no famine
30 ye shall receive no more reproach of fam.
1 1 that I will send a famine in the land
11 not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for w.
S.Hnnger, famine, Ji3jfi reabon.
Gen. 42. 19 carry corn for the famine of your houses
42. 33 take (food for) the famine of your house.
Psa. 37. 19 in the days of famine they shall be satis.
4.Hunger, famine, Ai/xJs limos.
Matt 24. 7 there shall be famines, and pestilences
Marki3. 8 and there shall be famines and troubles
Luke 4. 25 widows were in Israel, .when great fam.
15. 14 there arose a mighty famine in that land
21. ii great earthquakes shall be. .and famines
Rom. 8. 35 famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword ?
Rev. 1 8. 8 shall her plagues come in one day. .fam.
FAMISH, to
To make lean, famish, nn razah.
Zeph. 2. 1 1 for he will famish all the gods of the earth
FAMISH, to suffer to
To cause to hunger, ay-j raeb, 5.
Prov.io. 3 LORD will not suffer the soul, .to famish
FAMISHED
Hunger, a^n raab.
Isa. 5. 13 and their honourable men (are) famished
FAMISHED, to be
To be hungry, ayi raeb.
Gen. 41. 55 when all the land of Egypt was famished
FAMOTJS
\.Honourable, -nx addir.
Psa. 1 36. 1 8 And slew famous kings : for his mercy
Eze. 32. 1 8 and the daughters of the famous nations
Z.Called, N 1P [V.L. unp].
Num26. 9 Dathan and Abiram . . famous in the con.
3. Called, K^t5 qari.
Numi6. 2 famous in the congregation, men of ren.
4.J/<??i of names, nisi?
%
ir;N [anashim].
i Ch. 12. 30 famous throughout the house of their
Gen. 43.
45.
45.
47.
47.
47.
47.
Ruth i.
2 Sa. 21.
24.
i Ki. 8.
1 8.
3 Ki. 6.
7.
8.
25.
1 Ch.2i.
2 Ch.2o.
32.
Job 5.
Psa. 33.
105.
Isa. 14.
51.
Jer. 5.
ii.
14.
14.
14.
14.
14.
14.
15.
1 6.
1 8.
21.
21.
24.
27.
27.
29.
29.
32.
32.
34.
38.
42.
42.
42.
44.
44.
44.
44.
44.
52.
Lam. 5.
Eze. 5.
5.
5.
5.
6.
6.
7.
7.
12.
14.
14.
36.
36.
Amos 8.
8.
5. Of name, Dp shem.
i Ch. 5. 24 mighty men of valour, famous men
Eze. 23. 10 and she became famous among women
FAMOUS, to be
1. To be known, jrv yada, 2. Psa. 74. 5.
2. To be called, x-ijj qara, 2. Ruth 4. 14.
3. To call a name, Dp top qara shem.
Ruth 4. 1 1 Ephratah, and be famous in Bethlehem
FAN
I.Fan, .-nic mizreh.
Isa. 30. 24 winnowed with the shovel and. .the fan
Jer. 15. 7 I will fan them with a fan in the gates
2.Fan, irrvov ptuon.
Matt. 3. 12 Whose fan (is) in his hand, and he will
Luke 3. 17 Whose fan (is) in his hand, and he will
FAN, to
1. To scatter, fan, winnow, rnj zarah.
Isa. 41. 16 Thou shalt fan them. and the wind shall
Jer. 4. ii A dry wind, .not to fan, nor to cleanse
15. 7 I will fan them with a fan in the gates
2. To scatter, winnou; rni zarah, 3.
Jer. 51. 2 send unto Babylon fanners, that shall fan
FANNER
To be strange, lit zur.
Jer. 51. 2 And will send unto Babylon fanners, that
FAR
\.Might, exceedingly, IKE meod.
Judg 19.11 when they (were) by Jebus, the day was f.
Psa 97. 9 LORD . . thou art exalted far above all god
Jer. 49 30 Flee, get you far off, dwell deep, o ye in.
2.Far off", prnc merchaq.
2 Sa. 15. 17 and tarried in a place that was far off
Prov 25 25 so (is) good news from a far country
Isa. 8. 9 and give ear, all ye of far countries : gird
10. 3 desolation (which) shall come from far?
17. 13 they shall flee far off, and shall be chased
30. 27 the name of the LORD cometh from far
46. ii man that executethmy counsel from a far
Jer. 4. 1 6 watchers come from a far country, and
5. 15 I will bring a nation upon you from far
6. 20 and the sweet cane from a far country ?
Eze. 23. 40 ye have sent for men to come from far
3 Far, far off, afar, pirn rachoq.
Deut 28. 49 bring a uation against thee from far, from
29. 22 the stranger that shall come from a far
Josh. 9. 6 We be come from a far country : now
9. 9 From a very far country thy servants are
9. 22 We (are) very far from you ; when ye dw.
JudgiS. 7 and they (were) far from the Zidonians
18. 28 no deliverer, because it (was) far from Z.
1 Ki. 8. 41 a stranger, that, .cometh out of a far co.
8. 46 they carry them away captives, .far or
2 Ki.2o. 14 Hezekiah said, They are come from a far
2 Ch. 6. 32 stranger, .is come from a far country for
Neh. 4. 19 we are separated . . one far from another
Esth. 9. 20 sent letters unto all. .(both) nigh and far
Psa. 22. i (why art thou so) far from helping me
119. 155 Salvation (is) far from the wicked : for
Prov 15. 29 The LORD (is) far from the wicked : but
31. 10 virtuous woman? for her price (is) far
Eccl. 7. 23 I will be wise ; but it (was) far from me
Isa. 5. 26 lift up an ensign to the nations from far
22. 3 bound together, (which), .fled from far
39. 3 Hezekiah said, They are come from a far
43. 6 bring my sons from far, and my daught.
46. 12 ye stout hearted, that (are) far from
49. i hearken, ye people, from far ; The LORD
49. 12 Behold, these shall come from far ; and
60. 4 thy sons shall come from far, and thy da.
60. 9 to bring thy sons from far, their silver
Jer 12. 2 thou (art) near in their mouth, and far
25. 26 all the kings of the north, far aud near
48. 24 upon all the cities, .of Moab, far or near
Eze. 22. 5 (Those that be) near, and (those that be) f.
Hab. i. 8 and their horsemen shall come from far
4. Far, far off, afar, p rn rachiq.
Ezra 6. 6 Now (therefore), .be ye far from thence
5.7*0 be far, pirn rachaq.
Josh. 3. 16 upon an heap very far from the city Adam
Psa. 103. 12 As far as the east is from the west, (so)
Q.Far off, a long way off, fj.a.Kpdi> maki-an.
Mar. 12. 34 Thou art not far from the kingdom of God
Luke 7. 6 when he was now not far from the house
John2i. 8 they were not far from land, but as it
Acts 17. 27 though he be not far from every one of us
7. Far, far o/, paKpts rnakros.
Lukeis. 13 took his journey into a far country, and
19. 12 certain nobleman went into a far country
8.Forwards, far off, irdppw porrhd.
Matt 1 5. 8 This people, .but their heart is far from
Mark 7. 6 This people . . but their heart is far from
9. Much more, iro\\cji /uaAAoi/ pollO mallon.
Phil. i. 23 and to be with Christ ; which is far better
10. From before, "UJO min-neged.
Judg. 9 17 adventured his life far, and delivered
11.Separation, impurity, .TJJ niddah.
Eze. 7. 20 therefore have I set it far from them
[See also Above, away, drive, flee. go, keep, put, remove,
thus, withdraw.]
42
FAR 330 FASTEN
FAR tbove
Over abocr, Inrtpaivta huperano.
Eph. i. 21 Far above all principality, and power
4. 10 the same also that ascended up far above
FAR abroad
Afar, far, far off, pirrj rachoq.
2 Ch.26. 15 his name spread far abroad; (or he was
FAR away, to be
To be far off, PT! rachaq.
Isa* 49. 19 they that swallowed thee up., be far away
FAR way, to put
To put far off, p.T] rachaq, 5.
Job ii. 14 iniquity (be) in thine hand, put it far away
Fsa. 88. 8 put away mine acquaintance far from me
FAR, be
I. Profanation, n^ ^n chalilah.
Gen. 1 8. 25 That be far from thee to do after this
18. 25 be as the wicked, that be far from thee
i Sa. 2. 30 Be it far from me ; for them that honour
20. 9 Far be it from thee : for if I knew
22. 15 enquire of God for him? be it far from me
3 Sa. 20. 20 Far be it, far be it from me, that I sh.
23. 17 Be it far from me, O LORD, that I should
Job 34. 10 Far be it from God, (that he should do; ,
2.(e)kind to thyself, 7\ us ffoi h ilc.iis soi.
Matt 1 6. 22 Be it far from thee, Lord : this shall not
FAR, to be
To de far off, prri rachaq.
Job 5. 4 His children are far from safety, and they
21. 16 the counsel of the wicked is far from me
22. 18 the counsel of the wicked is far from me
Psa. 22. ii Be not far from me; for trouble (is) near
22. 19 But be not thou far from me, O LORD
35. 22 keep not silence. . LORD, be not far from
38. 21 Forsake me not . . my God, be not far from
71. 12 be not far from me : O my God, make
109. 17 delighted not in blessing, so let it be far
119. 150 They draw nigh, .they are far from thy
Prov 22. 5 he that doth keep his soul shall be far
Isa. 54. 14 thou shalt be far from oppression ; for
59. 9 Therefore is judgment far from us, neither
Lam. i. 16 because the comforter, .is far from me
FAR country
Afar, far off, PCI")? merchaq.
Zech. io. 9 they shall remember me in far countries
FAR, dwell in
Afar, far off, P?")p merchaq.
Jer. s. 19 because of them that dwell in a far country
FAR, to get
To be far off, prn rachaq.
Eze. ii 15 Get you far from the LORD : unto us is
FAR hence
A long way, far off, jj-axpav makran.
Acts 22. 21 I. .send thee far hence unto the Gentiles
FAR off
1.Afar, far off, pniz merchaq.
Isa. 1713 and they shall flee far off, and shall be
2. Far, far off, pirn rachoq.
Deut. 13. 7 nigh unto thee, or far off from thee, from
20. 15 cities (which are) very far off from thee
30. ii it (is) not hidden, .neither (is) it far oft*
2 Ch. 6. 36 away captives unto a land far off or near
Prov 27. 10 a neighbour. . near than a brother far off
Eccl. 7. 24 That which is far off, and exceeding deep
Isa. 33 13 Hear, ye (that are) far off, what I have
57. 9 didst send thy messengers far off, and didst
57. 19 Peace, peace to (him that is) far off, and
Eze. 6. 12 He that is far off shall die of the pestil.
12. 27 prophesieth of the times (that are) far off
Dan. 9. 7 unto all Israel . .(that are) far off, through
Joel 3. 8 sell them to the Sabeans, to a people far off
Zech. 6. 1 5 they (that are) far off shall come and build
3. From before, 1J3O min-nerjerl.
Num. 2. 2 far off about the tabernacle of the congre.
4. To put far off, prrj rachaq, 5.
Gen. 44. 4 gone out of the city, (and) not (yet) far off
5. A long way, far off, fjiaKpav makran.
Eph. 2. 1 3 ye who sometime were far off are made
FAR, from
From far off, naicpdOtv makrothen.
Mark s. 3 faint, .for divers of them came from far
FAR, thut
Up to this, t ojj rovrov heos toutou.
Luke22. 51 And Jesus answered. .Suffer ye thus far
FAR off. to be
To be far off, prj rachaq.
Isa. 46. 13 it shall not be far off, and my salvation
59. ii for salvation, (but) it is far off from us
FAR off. to cast
To put far off, prrj rachaq, 5.
Eze. ii. 16 I have east them far off among the heat.
FAR off, very
Afar, far off, prrra merchaq.
Isa. 33. 17 shall behold the land that is vry far off
FAR off, to (wander)
Ti> put far off, prrj rachaq, 5.
Psa. 55. 7 Lo, (then) would I wander fax off, (and)
FAR pawed
Much, main/, iro\vs polus.
Mark 6. 35 disciples, .said, .now the time (is) far pa
FAR, to put -
To put far off, prrj rachaq, 5.
Job "19. 13 He hath put my brethren far from me
Psa. 88. 1 8 Lover and friend hast thou put far from
Prov. 4. 24 aud perverse lips put far from thee
FAR removed, to be
To be far off, prrj rachaq.
Mic. 7. 1 1 that day shall the decree be far removed
FAR richer, to be
To make yreat wealth,^} tyy nyy asah osher (jadol
Dan. ii. 2 fourth shall be far richer than (they) all
FAR spent iro\vs polus.
Mark o. 35 when the day was now fur spent, his dis.
FAR, that are
Far off, afar, pn"j racheq.
Psa. 73! 27 they that are far from thee shall perish
FAR, to be too
To be far off, prr; rachaq.
Diiti2. 21 If the place, .there be too far from thee
14. 24 if the place be too far from thee, which
FARE
Peace,prosperity, completeness, ciS? shalom.
1 Sa. 17. 18 look how thy brethren fare, and take their
FARE
Hire, reward, irf sakar.
Jon. i. 3 so he paid the fare thereof, and went
FARE, to
To make merry, eixppaivw euphrahio.
Lukei6. 19 clothed., and fared sumptuously every day
FAREWELL, or FARE YE WELL
1. To make strong, puvvv/j.1 rhonnumi.
Acts 15. 29 abstain . .ye shall do well. Fare ye well
23. 30 what they had against him. [Farewell]
2. To rejoice, xaipw chairo.
2 Co. 13. ii Finally, brethren, farewell. Be perfect
FAREWELL, to bid
To arrange offfrom, airorda a o/j.ai apotassomaf.
Luke 9. 61 bid them farewell, which are at home at
Acts 1 8. 21 bade them farewell, saying, I must by all
FARM
Field (cultivated), a-ypos agros.
Matt22. 5 one to his farm, another to his merchan.
FARTHER side, the
The other stde, beyond, rb irfpav to peran.
Markio. i the coasts, .by the farther side of Jordan
FARTHING
l.Assarion, (I -tenth of a denarius), afftrapiov.
Matt 10. 29 Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing ?
Lukei2. 6 Are not five sparrows .. for two farthings ?
2.Quadrans, (\-fourth of an os.\ KoSpdvrris kodra.
Matt. 5. 26 till thou hast paid the uttermost farthing
Marki2. 42 threw in two mites, which make a farth.
FASHIOH
I. Likeness, niDi demuth.
2 Ki. 16. 10 the fashion of the altar, and the pattern
^.Judgment, rule, Q$P3 mishpat.
Exod26. 30 the tabernacle according to the fashion
i Ki. 6. 38 and according to all the fashion of it
Eze. 42. ii (were) both according to their fashions
^.Preparation, establishment, njian tekunah.
Eze. 43. ii form of the house, and the fashion thereof
4. Thing seen, sight, apjwarance, tltios eidos.
Luke 9. 29 fashion of his countenance was altered
5. Face, countenance, Trp6<ruirot> prosdpon.
Jas. i. ii the grace of the fashion of it perisheth
6. Scheme, o x JM* schema.
i Co. 7. 31 the fashion of this world passeth away
Phil. 2. 8 being found in fashion as a man. he hum.
7. Type, model, riiiros tupos.
Acts 7. 44 according to the fashion that he had seen
FASHION, on thii
Thus, OI/TODS houtfis.
Mark 2. 12 saying, We never saw it on this fashion
FASHION, to
1. T form, frame, ft", yatsar.
Psa. 33. 15 He fashioiieth their hearts alike; he con.
Isa. 22. ii respect unto him that fashioned it long
44. 12 fashioiieth it with hammers, and worketh
45. 9 Shall the clay say to him that fashionetli
l.To prepare, set vp, pa kun, 3a.
Job 31. 15 and did not one fashion us in the womb ?
Psa. 1 19. 73 Thy hands have made me and fashioned
3. To do, fiyy asah.
Job io. 8 Thine hands have made me, and fashioned
4. To fashion, compress, "NX tsur.
Kxod >. 4 fashioned it with a graving tool, after
FASHION one s self according to, to
To form with, conform to, ffvyxiinurtfa suscheina.
i Pe. i. 14 not fashioning yourselves according to
FASHIONED, to be
l.To be formed, i*; yatsar, 4.
Psa. 139. 16 (which) in continuance were fashioned
2.To be prepared, set up, pa kun, 2.
Eze. 16. 7 (thy) breasts are fashioned, and thine
FASHIONED like unto, to be
IIiii-ing same form with, ffi>/j.p.op<pos summorphos.
Phil. 3. 21 be fashioned like unto his glorious body
FASTI.
Speedily, diligently, carefully, KJ19CK osparna.
Ezra 5. 8 this work goeth fast on, and prospereth
2. To bind, 10K amr.
Judgi5. 13 we will bind thee fast, and deliver thee
16. ii If they bind me fast with new ropes that
3. Might, (with), IN;? meod.
Jer. 48. 1 6 calamity, .and his affliction hasteth fast
4.7*0 restrain, keep in, iyy atsar.
Gen. 20. 18 the LORD had fast closed up all the wombs
f>..4 fast, cix tsom.
1 Ki. 21. 9 Proclaim a fast, and set Naboth on high
21. 12 They proclaimed a fast, and set Naboth
2 Ch.2o. 3 proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah
Ezra 8. 21 I proclaimed a fast there, at the river
Isa. 58. 3 in the day of your fast ye find pleasure
58. 5 Is it such a fast that I have chosen ?
58. 5 thou call this a fast, and an acceptable
58. 6 (Is) not this the fast that I have chosen ?
Jer. 36. 9 they proclaimed a fast before the LORD
Joel i. 14 Sanctify ye a fast, call a solemn assembly
2. 15 sanctify a fast, call a solemn assembly
Jon. 3. 5 proclaimed a fast, and put on sackcloth
Zech. 8. 19 The fast of the fourth (month), and the f.
8. 19 the fast of the seventh, and the fast
6.A fasting, fast, vya-Tfla nesteia.
Acts 27. 9 because the Tast was now already past
[See also Abide, asleep, cleave, hold, keep, set, stand,
stick.]
FAST, to
l.To fast, C?x (sum.
Judg.2o. 26 and fasted that day until even, and
1 Sa. 7. 6 And they . . fasted on that day, and said
31. 13 they took their bones, .and fasted seven
2 Sa. 1. 12 mourned and wept, and fasted until even
12. 21 Thou didst fast and weep for the child
12. 22 While the child was yet alive, I fasted and
12. 23 now he is dead, wherefore should I fast?
i Ki. 21. 27 fasted, and lay in sackcloth, and went
1 Ch.io. 12 buried their bones, .and fasted seven d.
Ezra 8. 23 So we fasted, and besought our God for
Neh. i. 4 and mourned (certain) days, and fasted
Esth. 4. 16 gather together all the Jews . . and fast y
4. 16 I also and my maidens will fast likewise
Isa. 58. 3 Wherefore have we fasted, (say they)
58. 4 Behold, ye fast for strife and debate
58. 4 ye shall not fast as
(ye do this) day, t
Jer 14. 12 When they fast, I will not hear their cry
Zech. 7. s When ye fasted and mourned in the fifth
7. 5 did ye at all fast unto me, (even) to me f
l.To fast afatt, ni* D>x tsum tsom.
2 Sa. 12. 16 David fasted, aud went in, and lay all
3. To fast, vi)ffTfv<a nesteuo.
Matt. 4. 2 when he had fasted forty days and forty
6. 16 Moreover, when ye fast, be not, as the
6. 16 that they may appear unto men to fast
6. 17 But thou, when thoufastest, anoint thine
6. 18 That thou appear not unto men to fast
9. 14 Pharisees fast oft, but thy disciples fast
9. 15 days will come, .and then shall they fast
Mark 2. 18 the Pharisees fast, but thy disciples fast
2. 19 [Can. .children of the bridechamberfa.]
2. 19 as long as they have, .they cannot fast
2. 20 and then shall they fast in those days
Luke 5. 33 Why do the disciples of John fast often
5. 34 Can ye make the children .. fast while the
5. 35 and then shall they fast in those days
18. 12 I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of
Acts io. 30 Four days ago I was [fasting] until this
13. 2 As they ministered to the Lord, and fast
13. 3 And when they had fasted and prayed
FAST, used to
They were fasting, -}\aoLV vriffTtvovrts^iiesteud].
Mark 2. 18 And the disciples of John.. used to fast
FAST, to make
To make.firm,jixed, sure, aa-<pa\i<i> asphalizo.
Arts 16. 24 and made their feet fast in the stocks
FASTEN, to
. . To lay hold, Jnx achaz.
i Ki. 6. 6 (the beams) should not be fastened in the
Esth. i. 6 fastened with cords of fine linen and pu
1. To strengthen, harden, Jix, pin chazaq, 3.
laa. 41. 7 he fastened it with nails, (that) it should
Jer. io. 4 they fasten it with nails and with ham.
FASTEN 331 FATHER
S.To flirr, ;n} nathan.
BxodaS. 14 fasten the wreathen chains to the ouches
18. 25 two wreathen (chains) thou shalt fasten
39. 18 two ends, .they fastened in the two ouc.
39. 31 to fasten (it) on high upon the mitre ; as
40. 1 8 Moses reared up the tabernacle, and fas.
4. To anise to alight, to fasten, njy tsanach.
Judg. 4. 21.smote the nail, .and fastened it into the
5. Tu strike, fix, VJ3J? laqa.
Judgi6. 14 she fastened (it) with the pin, and said
i Sa. 31. 10 and they fastened his body to the wall of
1 Ch. 10. 10 fastened his head in the temple of Dagon
Isa. 22. 23 I will fasten him (as) a nail in a sure
22. 25 the nail that is fastened in the sure place
FASTEN on, to
Tn fit or fix down on, KaBairru kathapto.
Acts 28. 3 a viper out of the heat, and fastened on
FASTEN one s eyes, to
Tu look intently, a.T(i>ifa alenizii.
Luke 4. 20 eyes of all . .in the synagogue were faste.
Acts 3. 4 Peter, fastening his eyes upon him with
ii. 6 when I had fastened mine eyes, I consid.
FASTENED
I. To be prepared, set up, established, pa kun, 6.
Eze. 40. 43 within (were) hooks, an hand broad, fas.
Z.To plant, J, 9J nata.
Eccl. 12. ii words of the wise (are), .as nails fastened
3. To le joined, coupled, fastened, i?y tsamad, .
2 Sa.ao. 8 upon it a girdle (with) a sword fastened
FASTENED, to be
I. To be laid hold of, irjx achar., 6.
2 Ch. 9. 18 six steps, .(which were) fastened to the
2.7To be sunk, yy$ taba, G.
Job 38. 6 are the foundations thereof fastened ? or
FASTING
I. Fasting, nit? tevath.
Dan. 6. 18 Then the king, .passed the night fasting
Z.Fastiny, Cis tsom.
Neh. 9. i children of Israel were assembled with f.
Esth. 4. 3 mourning among the Jews, and fasting
9. 31 the matters of the fastings and their cry
Psa. 35. 13 I humbled my soul with fasting; and my
69. 10 I wept, (and chastened) my soul with fas.
109. 24 My knees are weak through fasting; and
Jer. 36. 6 in the LORD S house upon the fasting day
Dan. 9. 3 to seek by prayer and . . with fasting, and
Joel 2. 12 Turn ye (even) to me with, .fasting, and
Z.Faxtiiiy, u-ithout food, &airos asitos.
Acts 27. 33 ye have tarried and continued fasting
4.A fasting, fast, VTivreia nesteia.
Matti7. 21 [kind goeth not out but by prayer and fas.]
Mark 9. 29 can come forth by nothing but by. .[fas.]
Luke 2. 37 but served (God) with fastiugs and pray.
Acts 14. 23 when they had. .prayed with fasting, they
1 Co. 7. 5 that ye may give yourselves to [fasting]
2 Co. 6. 5 in labours, in watchings, in fastings
ii. 27 in fastiugs often, in cold and nakedness
5. Fasting, not eating, crja-m nest is.
Mattis- 32 and I will not send them away fasting
Mark 8. 3 if I send them away fasting to their own
FAT
l.Fat, firm, "!3 beri.
Eze. 34. 20 I, will judge between the fat cattle and
2.Fat,firtii, N"i? bar!.
Gen. 41. 4 eat up the seven well favoured and fat k.
41. 18 seven kiue, fat fleshed and well favoured
41. 20 the lean . .eat up the first seven fat kine
Judg. 3. 17 king of Moab : and Eglon (was) a very fat
i Ki. 4. 23 Ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen out of the
Zech ii. 16 he shall eat the flesh of the fat, and tear
S.Fof, opulent, isn dashen.
Psa. 22. 29 All (they that be) fat upon earth shall eat
92. 14 they shall be fat and flourishing
Isa. 30. 23 it shall be fat and plenteous : in that day
4.Fat, best part, marrow, 3J>n,
aSn cheleb.
Gen. 4. 4 firstlings of his flock, and of the fat ther.
45 18 and ye shall eat the fat of the land
Exod23. 18 neither shall the fat of my sacrifice rem.
29. 13 thou shalt take all the fat that covereth
29. 13 two kidneys, and the fat that (is) upon
29. 22 Also thou shalt take of the ram the fat
29. 22 the rump, and the fat that covereth the
29. 22 two kidneys, and the fat that (is) upon
I*v- 3- 3. 9. 4 t le fa* *nat covereth the inwards
3. 3, 9, 14 all the fat that (is) upon the inwar.
3. 4 the two kidneys, and the fat that (is) on
3. 9 the fat thereof, (and) the whole rump, it
3. 10, 15 two kidneys, and the fat that (is) upon
3. 16 for a sweet savour. All the fat (is) the L.
3. 17 statute, .that ye eat neither fat nor blood
4. 8 he shall take off from it all the fat of the
4. 8 the fat that covereth . . and all the fat that
4. 9 two kidneys, and the fat that (is) upon
4. 19 he shall take all his fat from him, and b.
4. 26 he shall burn all his fat upon the altar
4. 26 as the fat of the sacrifice of peace offer.
4. 31, 35 he shall take away all the fat thereof
4. 31 as the fat is taken away from off the
4. 35 as the fat of the lamb is taken away
6. 12 burn thereon the fat of the peace offer.
Lev. 7. 3 he shall offer of it all the fat thereof
7. 3 the rump, and the fat that covereth the
7. 4 two kidneys, and the fat that (is) on them
;. 23 Ye shall eat no manner of fat, of ox, or
7 . 24 the fat of the beast, .and the fat of that
7. 25 For whosoever eateth the fat of the beast
7. 30 the fat with the breast, it shall he bring
7. 31 priest shall bum the fat upon the altar
7. 33 the sons of Aaron that offereth . .the fat
8. 16, 25 all the fat that(was)upon the inwards
fc. 16, 25 and the two kidneys, and their fat
8. 25 And he took the fat, and the rump, and
8. 26 put (them) on the fat, and upon the right
9. 10 But the fat, and the kidneys, and the ca.
9. 19 And the fat of the bullock and of the ram
9. 20 And they put the fat. .and he burnt the f.
9. 24 and consumed upon the altar, .the fat
10. 15 the offerings made by fire of the fat, to
16. 25 fat of the sin offering shall he burn upon
17. 6 burn the fat for a sweet savour unto the
Numi8. 17 shalt burn their fat (for) an offering made
Deut 32. 14 with fat of lambs, and. .fat of kidneys of
32. 38 Which did eat the fat of their sacrifices
Judg 3. 22 the fat closed upon the blade, so that he
1 Sa. 2. 15 Also before they burnt the fat, the priest s
2. 16 Let them not fail to burn the fat presently
15. 22 (and) to hearken than the fat of rams
2 Sa. i. 22 from the fat of the mighty, the bow of
1 Ki. 8. 64, 64 and the fat of the peace offerings
2 Ch. 7. 7 he offered burnt offerings, and the fat of
7. 7 to receive the burnt offerings, .and the f.
29. 35 offerings (were) in abundance, with the f .
35. 14 in offering of burnt offerings and the fat
Psa. 17. 10 They are inclosed in their own fat : with
Isa. i. ii I am full of the. .fat of fed beasts ; and
34. 6 with the fat of the kidneys of rams : for
43. 24 neither hast thou filled me with the fat
Eze. 34. 3 ye eat the fat, and ye clothe you with the
39. 19 ye shall eat fat till ye be full, and drink
44. 7 when ye offer my bread, the fat and the
44. 15 they shall stand . .to offer unto me the fat
5.Preciousness, -ip; yaqar.
Psa. 37. 20 enemies of the LORD (shall be) as the fat
6.Fat oily substances, n 3cyo mashmannim.
Neh. 8. 10 he said unto them, Go your way, eat the f.
7 .Grease, fat, "^ peder.
Lev. i. 8 the priests, Aaron s sons, shall lay. .the f.
i. 12 he shall cut it. .with his head and his fat
8. 20 and Moses burnt the head, .and the fat
S.Oily, JO^ shamen.
Gen. 49. 20 Out of Asher his bread (shall be) fat, and
Numi3. 20 what the land (is), whether it (be) fat or
i Ch. 4. 40 And they found fat pasture and good, and
Neh. 9. 25 And they took strong cities, and a fat la.
9. 35 and in the large and fat land which thou
Eze. 34. 14 and (in) a fat pasture shall they feed upon
34. 16 but I will destroy the fat and the strong
Hab. i. 16 because by them their portion (is) fat, and
9.A stall, fattening, p3~! marbeq.
i Sa. 28. 24 And the woman had a fat calf in the ho.
10.0(7, J95* shemen.
Isa . 28. i which (arc) on the head of the fat valleys
28. 4 beauty, which (is) on the head of the fat
FAT, to be
To be fat, insensate, rsu (aphash.
Psa. 1 19. 70 Their heart is as fat as grease ; (but) I
FAT beast or cattle
Failing, sT^p wer!.
i Ki. i. 9 Adonijah slew sheep and oxen and fat ca.
1. 19, 25 hath slain oxen and fat cattle and sheep
Amos 5. 22 regard the peace offerings of your fat be.
FAT, to become
To make or become fat, \cy shaman, 5.
Neh. 9. 23 and became fat, and delighted themselves
FAT, to be made
I. To be made fat, }&"* dashen, 4.
Provn. 25 The liberal soul shall be made fat; and he
13. 4 the soul of the diligent shall be made fat
28. 25 that putteth his trust . . shall be made fat
Isa. 34. 7 and their dust made fat with fatness
I.To be made fat, Jgn dashen, lb.
Isa. 34. 6 it is made fat with fatness, (and) with the
FAT, to make
I. To fatten, ;eh dashen, 3.
Prbv.15. 30 (and) a good report maketh the bones fat
2.7*0 arm, } Sn chalats, 5.
Isa. 58. ii And the LORD shall . .make fat thy bones
3.7*0 mate fat or oily, ]sy shaman, 5.
Isa. 6. 10 Make the heart of this people fat, and
FAT, to make selves
7*o make fat, K^ bara, 5.
i Sa. 2. 29 to make yourselves fat with the chiefest
FAT ones
\.Fat ones, c-ra mechim.
Isa. 5. 17 and the waste places of the fat ones shall
2.Fatn<-ss, fat one, ]C?*P mishman.
Isa. 10. 16 send among his fat ones leanness ; and
FAT things
Oil, fatness, jet? shemen.
Isa. s. 6 make unto all people a feast of fat things
"f 6 fat things full of marrow, of wines on the
FAT, to wax
1. To be or become fat, 15*7 dashen.
Deut3i.2oand they shall have eaten .. and waxen fat
2.7*0 be or become fat, oily, ]iyy shaman.
Deut 32. 15 But Jeshurun waxed fat, and kicked
FAT, to be waxen
To be or become fat, oily, J5(? shaman.
Deut 32 15 thou art waxen fat, thou art grown thick
Jer. 5. 28 They are waxen fat, they shine : yea, they
FAT fleshed
Fat in flesh, -175 K*TS beri basar.
Gen. 41. 2, 18 seven wellfavouredkineandTatttestied
FATHER
"[.Father, ancestor, source, inventor, 3H ab.
Gen. 2. 24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and
4. 20 And Adah bare Jabal : he was the father
4. 21 he was the father of all such as handle
9. 18 Japheth : and Ham (is) the father of C.
9. 22 the father of Canaan, saw. . his father, and
9. 23 and covered the nakedness of their father
9. 23 and they saw not their father s nakedneaa
10. 21 Unto Shem also, the father of all the chiL
11. 28 Haran died before his father Terah in
11. 29 father of Milcah, and the father of Iscah
12. i Get thee out . .from thy father s house
17. 4 and thou shalt be a father of many na.
17. 5 a father of many nations have I made
19. 31 Our father (is) old, and (there is) not a
19. 32 Come, let us make our father dnnk wine
19. 33 they made their father drink wine that
19. 34 Behold, I lay yesternight with my father
19. 35 they made their father drink wine that
19. 36 the daughters . . with child by their father
19. 37 the same (is) the father of the Moabites
19. 38 the same (is) the father of the children of
20. i 2 she (is) the daughter of my father, but
20. 13 God caused me to wander from my fath.
22. 7 Abraham his father, and said, My father
22. 21 Huz_.and Kemuel the father of Aram
24. 7 God. .which took me from my father s h.
24. 23 is there room (in) thy father s house for
24. 38 But thou shalt go unto my father s house
24. 40 thou shalt take a wife, .of my father s h.
26. 3 oath which I sware unto Abraham thy f.
26. 15 For all the wells which his father s serv.
26. 15 digged in the days of Abraham his father
26. 18 they had digged in the days of. .his father
26. 18 after the names by which his father had
26. 24 I (am) the God of Abraham thy father
27. 6 I heard thy father speak unto Esau thy
27. 9 I will make . . savoury meat for thy father
27. 10 thou shalt bring (it) to thy father, that
27. 12 My father peradventure will feel me, and
37. 14 savoury meat, such as his father loved
27. 18 came unto his father, and said, My fath.
27. 19 Jacob said unto his father, I (am) Esau
27. 22 And Jacob went near unto Isaac his father
27. 26 his father Isaac said unto him, Come near
27. 30 Jacob was. .scarce gone out from, .his f.
27. 31 savoury meat, and brought it unto his f.
27. 31 and said unto his father, Let my father
27. 32 Isaac his father said unto him, Who(art>
27. 34 when Esau heard the words of his father
27. 34 and said unto his father. .O my father !
27. 38 And Esau said unto his father
27. 38 Hast thou but one blessing, my father?
27. 38 bless me, (even) me also, O my father !
27. 39 Isaac his father answered and said unto
27. 41 because of the blessing wherewith his fa.
27. 41 The days of mourning for my father are
28. 2 the house of Bethuel, thy mother s father
28. 7 And that Jacob obeyed his father and hia
28. 8 daughters of Canaan pleased not. .his fa.
38. 13 I (am) the LORD God of Abraham thy fa.
28. 21 So that I come again to my father s house
29. 9 Rachel came with her father s sheep ; for
29. 12 Jacob told Rachel that he (was) her fath.
29. 12 and she ran and told her father
31. i Jacob hath taken . . all that (was) our fa.
31. i of (that) which (was) our father s hath he
31! 5 said unto them, I see your father s coon.
31. 5 the God of my father hath been with me
31. 6 with all my power I have served your f.
31. 7 your father hath deceived me.and changed
31. 9 God hath taken, .the cattle ol your father
31. 14 (Is there) yet any portion, .in our father s
31. 16 the riches. .God hath taken from our fa.
31. i8-to go to Isaac his father in the land of C.
31. 19 had stolen the images that (were) her fa.
31. 29 but the God of your father spake unto me
31. 30 because thou sore longedst after thy fath.
31. 35 she said to her father, Let it not displease
31. 42 Except the God of my father, the God of
31. 53 the God of their father, judge betwixt us
31. 53 Jacob sware by the Fear of his father la.
32. 9 O God of my father. .God of my father I.
33. 19 at the hand of. .Hamor, Shechem s father
34. 4 Shechem spake unto his father Hamor
34. 6 Hamor the father of Shechem went out
34. 1 1 Shechem said unto her father and unto
34. 13 sons of Jacob answered . . Hamor his fath.
34. 19 honourable than all the house of his fath.
35. 18 Ben-oni : but his father called him Benj.
35. 22 Reuben went and lay with Bilhah his fa.
35. 27 Jacob came unto Isaac his father unto
36. 9 Esau the father of the Edomites in mount
36. 24 as he fed the asses of Zibeou his father
36. 43 he (is) Esau the father of the Edonnte*

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1 dwelt in the land wherein his father was
. 2 and with the sons of Zilpah, his father s
2 Joseph brought unto his father their evil
4 when his brethren saw that their father
10 he told (it) to his father, and to his breth.
10 his father rebuked him, and said unto h.
11 but his father observed the saying
12 his brethren went to feed their father s
22 to deliver him to his father again
32 they brought (it) to their father ; and said
35 Thus his father wept for him
1 1 Remain a widow at thy father s house
1 1 Tamar went and dwelt in her father s h.
51 God. .hath made me forget all. .my fath.
13 the youngest (is) this day with our father
29 they came unto Jacob their father unto
32 We. .twelve brethren, sons of our father
32 the youngest (is) this day with our father
35 they and their father saw the bundles of
36 Jacob their father said unto them, Me
37 Reuben spake unto his father, saying
2 their father said unto them, Go again
7 (Is) your father yet alive ? have ye
8 Judah said unto Israel his father, Send
1 1 And their father Israel said unto them
23 the God of your father, hath given you
27 (Is) your father well, the old man of
28 And they answered, Thy servant our fat.
1 7 get you up in peace unto your father
19 saying, Have ye a father, or a brother?
20 We have a father, an old man, and a
20 he alone is left . . and his father loveth him
22 we said. .The lad cannot leave his father
22 for (if) he should leave his father, (his f.)
24 we came up unto thy servant my father
25 our father said, Go again, .buy us a little
27 And thy servant my father said unto us
30 when I come to thy servant my father
31 the gray hairs of thy servant our father
32 became surety for the lad unto my father
32 I shall bear the blame to my father for
34 For how shall I go up to my father
34 I see the evil that shall come on my fat.
3 I (am) Joseph : doth my father yet live T
8 he hath made me a father to Pharaoh
9 Haste ye, and go up to my father, and
13 ye shall tell my father of all my glory in
18 take your father, and your households
19 this do ye. .bring your father, and come
23 And to his father he sent after this
23 bread and meat for his father by the way
25 and came into. .Canaan unto, .their fat.
27 the spirit of Jacob their father revived
i sacrifices unto the God of his father Isaac
3 I (am) God, the God of thy father : fear
5 sons of Israel carried Jacob their father
29 Joseph, . wentlup to meet Israel his father
31 And Joseph said . .unto his father s house
31 My brethren, and my father s house
i My father and my brethren . . are come
5 Thy father and thy brethren are come
6 in the best of the land make thy father
7 And Joseph brought in Jacob his father
11 Joseph placed his father and his brethren
12 And Joseph nourished his father, and
i told Joseph, Behold, thy father (is) sick
9 Joseph said unto his father, They (are)
17 when Joseph saw that his father laid his
17 he held up his father s hand, to remove
1 8 Joseph said unto his father, Xot so, my f.
i Q his father refused, and said, I know (it)
2 and hearken unto Israel your father
4 because thou wentest up to thy father s
8 thy father s children shall bow down bef.
25 by the God of thy father, who-shall help
26 The blessings of "thy father have prevail.
28 this (is it) that their father spake unto
1 Joseph fell upon his father s face, and
2 commanded, .physicians to embalm his f.
5 My father made me swear, saying, Lo, I
5 therefore let me go up . . and bury my fa.
6 Pharaoh said, Go up and bury thy father
7 Joseph went up to bury his father : and
8 the house of Joseph . . and his father s h.
10 he made a mourning for his father seven
14 his father after he had buried his father
15 when Joseph s brethren saw that their f.
16 Thy father did command before he died
17 forgive the . . servants of the God of thy fa.
22 Joseph dwelt in Egypt, he. .his father s
1 6 fill iMl the troughs to water their father s
1 8 And when they came to Reuel their fat.
6 he said, I (am) the God of thy father, the
2 my father s God, and I will exalt him
4 for the God of my father, .(was) mine
12 Honour thy father and thy mother : that
15 he that smiteth his father, or his mother
17 he that curseth his father, or his mother
17 If her father utterly refuse to give her
15 as thou didst anoint their father, that
32 to minister in the priest s office in his f.
7 The nakedness of thy father, or the nak.
8 The nakedness of thy father s wife shalt
8 it (is) thy father s nakedness
9 nakedness of . . the daughter of thy fath.
1 1 The nakedness of thy father s wife s dan.
11 begotten of thy father, she (is) thy sister
12 not uncover the nakedness of thy fathe.
12 she (is) thy father s near kinswoman
14 not uncover the nakedness of thy father s
3 Ye shall fear every man his. .father
o every one that curseth his father or his m.
Lev. 20. 9 he hath cursed his father or his mother
20. 1 1 the man that lieth with his father s wife
20. ii hath uncovered his father s nakedness
20. 17 if a man shall take his sister, his father s
20. 19 not uncover the nakedness, .of thy fath.
21. 2 for his mother, and for his father, and
21. 9 she profaneth her father : she shall be
21. ii Neither shall he. .defile himself for his f.
22. 13 and is returned unto her father s house
22. 13 she shall eat of her father s meat
Num. 3. 4 ministered . .in the sight of. . their father
3. 24, 30, 35 the chief of the house of the fath.
o. 7 not make himself unclean for his father
12. 14 If her father had but spit iu her face
17. 6 gave . . according to their fathers houses
1 8. i Thou and thy sons and thy father s house
1 8. 2 the tribe of thy father, bring thou with
27. 3 Our father died in the wilderness, and he
27. 4 Why should the name of our father be
27. 4 possession among the brethren of our fa.
37. 7 inheritance among their father s brethren
27. 7 shalt cause the inheritance of their father
27. 10 shall give his inheritance unto his father s
27. ii if his father have no brethren, then ye
30. 3 (being) in her father s house in her youth
30. 4 And her father hear her vow, and her
30. 4 and her father shall hold his peace at her
30. 5 But if her father disallow her in the day
30. 5 LORD shall forgive her, because her father
30. 1 6 between the father and his daughter
36. 6 to the family of the tribe of their father
36. 8 one of the family of the tribe of her fath.
36. 12 in the tribe of the family of their father
Deut. 5. 16 Honour thy father and thy mother, as
21. 13 bewail her father and her mother a full
21. 18 which will not obey the voice of his fath.
21. 19 Then shall his father and his mother lay
22. 15 Then shall the father of the damsel, and
22. 16 the damsel s father shall say unto the eld.
22. 19 and give, .unto the father of the damsel
22. 21 the damsel to the door of her father s h.
22. 21 to play the whore in her father s house
22. 29 man . . shall give unto the damsel s father
22. 30 A man shall not take his father s wife
22. 30 nor discover his father s skirt
26. 5 A Syrian ready to perish (was) my father
27. 1 6 Cursed (be) he that setteth light by his f
27. 20 Cursed (be) he that lieth with his father s
27. 20 because he uncovereth his father s skirt
27. 22 lieth with, .the daughter of his father
32. 6 (is) not lie thy father (that) hath bought
32. 7 ask thy father, and he will show thee
33. 9 Who said unto his father and to his moth.
Josh. 2. 12 ye will, .show kindness unto my father s
2. 13 ye will save alive myfather, and my moth.
2. 18 thou shalt bring thy father, and thy
2. 1 8 all thy father s household, home unto thee
6. 23 men. .brought out Rahab, and her father
6. 25 Joshna saved Rahab. .and her father s h.
15. 13 the city of Arba the father of Anak, which
15. 18 she moved him to ask of her father a field
17. i Machir the first born of Manasseh, the fa.
17. 4 gave .. among the brethren of their father
19. 47 Dan, after the name of Dan their father
21. 1 1 they gave them the city of Arba the father
24. 2 Your fathers dwelt on the other side of
24. 2 Terah, the father of Abraham, and the f.
24. 3 I took your father Abraham from the
24. 32 sons of Hampr the father of Shechem for
Judg. 1.14 she moved him to ask of her father a field
6. 15 and I (am) the least in my father s house
6. 25 Take thy father s young bullock, even the
6. 25 the altar of Baal that thy father hath
6. 27 because he feared his father s household
8. 32 buried in the sepulchre of Joash his fat.
9. i family of the house of his mother s father
9. 5 he went unto his father s house at Ophrah
9. 17 my father fought for you, and adventured
9. 18 ye are risen up against my father s h.
9. 28 serve the men of Hamor the father ofsS.
9. 56 which he did unto his father, in slaying
n. 36 And she said unto him, My father
ii. 37 she said unto her father, Let this thing
ii. 39 she returned unto her father, who did
14. 2 he came up, and told his father and his
14. 3 his father and his mother said unto him
14. 3 Samson said unto his father, Get her for
14. 4 his father and his mother knew not that
14. 5 Then went Samson down, and his father
14. 6 he told not his father or his mother what
14. 9 went, .and came to his father and mother
14. 10 So his father went down unto the woman
14. 15 lest we burn thee and thy father s house
14. 16 I have not told (it) my father nor my mo.
14. 19 and he went up to his father s house
15. i her father would not suffer him to go in
15. 2 her father said, I verily thought that thou
15. 6 came up, and burned her and her father
16. 31 brethren, and all the house of his father
16. 31 in the burying place of Manoah his father
17. 10 Dwell with me, and be unto me a father
18. 19 go. .and be to us a father and a priest
18. 29 Dan, after the name of Dan their father
19. 2 went away from him unto her father s
19. 3 she brought him unto her father s house
19. 3 when the father of the damsel saw him
19. 4 and his father in law, the damsel s father
19. 5 the damsel s father said unto hla son in
19. 6 the damsel s father had said unto the man
19. 8 the damsel s father said. Comfort thine
19. 9 his father in law. the damsel s father, snid
Ruth 2. ii thou hast left thy father and thy mother
Ruth 4. 1 7 he (is) the father of Jesse, the father of D.
i Sa. 2. 25 they hearkened not unto, .their father
1. 27 Did I . .appear unto the house of thy fath.
2. 28 did I give unto the house of thy father
2. 30 thy house, and the house of thy father
2. 31 I will cut otf . .the arm of thy father s h.
9. 3 And the asses of Kish Saul s father were
10. 2 thy father hath left the care of the asses
10. 12 But who (is) their father? Therefore it
14. i let us go over. . But he told not his father
14. 27 Jonathan heard not when his father ch.
14. 28 Thy father straitly charged the people
14. 29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath tro.
14. 51 Kish (was) the father of Saul. .>er the f.
17. 15 David went, .to feed his father s sheep at
17. 25 and make his father s house free in Israel
17. 34 Thy servant kept his father s sheep, and
18. 2 would let him go no more . . to his father s
18. 18 what (is) my life, (or) my father s family
19. 2 Saul my father seeketh to kill thee : now
19. 3 I will go out and stand beside my father
19. 3 I will commune with my father of thee
19. 4 spake good of David unto Saul his father
20. i and what (is) my sin before thy father
20. 2 behold, my father will do nothing either
20. 2 why should my father hide this thing
20. 3 Thy father certainly knoweth that I have
20. 6 If thy father at all miss me. then say
20. 8 why shouldest thou bring me to thy fat.?
20. 9 that evil were determined by my fjither
20. 10 what (if) thy father answer thee roughly?
20. 12 when I have sounded my father about
20. 13 but if it please my father (to do) thee evil
20. 13 with thee, as he hath been with my father
20. 32 Jonathan answered Saul his father, and
20. 33 knew that it was determined of his father
20. 34 was grieved for David, because his father
22. i when, .all his father s house heard (it)
22. 3 Let my father and my mother, I pray
22. ii Ahimelech. .and all his father s house
22. 15 (nor) to all the house of my father : for
22. 16 Thou shalt surely die . . and all thy father s
22. 22 of all the persons <jf thy father s house
23. 17 Fear not : for the hand of Saul my father
23. 17 and that also Saul,my father knoweth
24. ii Moreover, my father, see, yea. see the
24. 21 wilt not destroy my name out of my fat.
a Sa. 2. 32 buried him in the sepulchre of his father
3. 7 Wherefore hast thou gone in unto my f.
3. 8. kindness this day unto the house of . . thy f.
3. 29 Let it rest, .on all his father s house
6. 21 the LORD, which chose me before thy fa.
7. 14 I will be his father, and he shall be my
9. 7 I will. .show, .kindness for. .thy father s
9. 7 will restore . . all the land of Saul thy fa.
10. 2 as his father showed kindness unto me
10. 2 David sent to comfort him . . for his father
10. 3 thou that David doth honour thy father
13. 5 when thy father cometh to see thee, say
14. 9 the iniquity (be) on me, and on my father s
15. 34 (as) I (have been) thy father s servant hL
16. 3 shall . . restore . . the kingdom of my father
16. 19 as I have served in thy father s presence
16. 21 Go in unto thy father s concubines, which
16. 22 Absalom went in unto his father s concn.
17. 8 For, said Hushai, thou knovest thy father
17. 8 thy father (is) a man of war, and will not
17. lo for all Israel knoweth that thy father (is)
17. 23 was buried in the sepulchre of his father
19. 28 For all (of) my father s house were but
19. 37 by the grave of my father, and of my
21. 14 Zelah, in the sepulchre of Kish his father
24. 17 Let thine hand, .be against, .my father s
i Ki. i. 6 his father had not displeased him at any
2. 12 Solomon upon the throne of . .his father
2. 24 set me on the throne of David my father
2. 26 barest the ark. .before David my father
2. 26 been afflicted in all wherein my father
2. 31 from me, and from the house of my fat.
2. 32 and slew them with the sword, my father
2. 44 that thou didst to David my father
3. 3 walking in the statutes of David his fat.
3. 6 Thou . . showed unto thy servant . . my fa.
3. 7 thy servant king instead of. .my father
3. 14 as thy father David did walk, then I will
5. i anointed him king in the room of his fa.
5. 3 Thou knowest how that David my father
5. 5 as the LORD spake unto David my father
6. 12 which I spake unto David thy father
7. 14 his father (was) a man of Tyre, a worker
7. 51 brought in the things which D. his father
8. 15 spake with his mouth unto David my fa.
8. 17 it was in the heart of David my father to
8. 1 8 And the LORD said unto David my father
8. 20 I am risen up in the room of D. my father
8. 24 Who hast kept with thy servant D. my f.
8. 25 God. .keep with thy servant David my f.
8. 26 thou spakest unto thy servant D. my fa.
9. 4 as David thy father walked, in integrity
9. 5 as I promised to David thy father, saying
11. 4 as (was) the heart of David his father
ii. 6 went not fully after the LORD. an. .his fa.
11.12! will not do it for David thy father s sake
ii. 17 certain Kdnmites of his father s servants
ii. 27 repaired the breaches of the city of. .his f.
ii. 33 have not walked., as (did) David his father
11. 43 slept with his fathers. .of David his fat.
12. 4 Thy father made our yoke grievous : now
12. 4 make thou the grievous service of thy f.
12. 6 men, that stood before Solomon his father
12. 9 Make the yoke which thy father did put
12. 10 Thy father made our yokeheavy.but make
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i Ki. 12. 10 shall be thicker than my father s loins
12. ii now whereas my father did lade you with
12. ii my father hath chastised you with whips
12. 14 My father made your yoke heavy, and I
12. 14 my father (also) chastised you with whips
13. ii them they told also to their father
13. 12 their father said unto them, What way
15. 3 he walked in all the sins of his father
15. 3 not perfect, .as the heart of David his f.
15. ii Asa did. .right, .as (did) David his father
15. 15 he brought in the things which his father
15. 19 (and) between my father and thy father
15. 24 in the city of David his father, and
15. 26 and walked in the way of his father, and
18. 18 but thou, and thy father s house, in that
19. 20 Let me, I pray thee, kiss my father anil
20. 34 cities which my father took from thy fa.
20. 34 thou shalt make streets, .as my father
22. 43 walked in all the ways of Asa his father
22. 46 which remained in the days of his father
22. 50 was buried . . in the city of David his fath.
2f. 52 walked in the way of his father, and in
22. 53 according to all that his father had done
a Ki. 2. 12 My father, my father! the chariot of Isr.
3. 2 he wrought evil . . but not like his father
3. 2 put away the image of Baal that his father
3. 13 get thee to the prophets of thy father
4. 18 he went out to his father to the reapers
4. 19 he said unto his father, My head, my he.
5. 13 My father, (if) the prophet had bid thee
6. 21 My father, shall I smite (them)? shall I
9. 25 rode together after Ahab his father, the
10. 3 set (him) on his father s throne, and fight
13. 14 O my father, my father ! the chariot or I.
13. 25 out of the hand of Jehoahaz his father by
14. 3 yet not like David his father : he did
14. 3 according to all things as Joash his father
14. 5 slew his servants which had slain . .his fa.
14. 21 and made him king instead of his father
15. 3 according to all that his father Amaziah
15. 34 he did according to all that his father U.
15. 38 was buried, .in the city of David his fat.
16. 2 did not. .right, .like David his father
18. 3 according to all that David his father did
20. 5 Thus saith . . the God of David thy father
21. 3 the high places which Hezekiah his fath.
21. 20 he did. .evil, .as his father Manasseh did
21. 21 he walked in all the way that his father
21. 22 And he forsook the LOKD God of his fat.
22. 2 walked in all the way of David his father
23. 30 and made him king in his father s stead
23. 34 king in the room of Josiah his father, and
24. 9 according to all that his father had done
i Ch. 2. 17 the father of Amasa (was) Jether the Ish.
2. 21 to the daughter of Maehir the father of
2. 23 (belonged) to the sons of Maehir, the fat.
2. 24 Hezron s wife, bare him Ashur the father
2. 42 Mesha his first born, which (was) the fat.
2. 42 the sons of Mareshah the father of Heb.
2. 44 Shema begat Raham the father of Jorko.
2. 45 and Maon (was) the father of Beth-zur
2. 49 She bare also Shaaph the father of Mad.
2. 49 Sheva the father of Machbenah, and the f.
2. 50, 52 Shobal the father of Kirjath-jearim
2. 51 father of Bethlehem, Hareph the father
2. 55 Hemath, the father of the house of Rec.
4. 3 these (were of) the father of Etam ; Jezr.
4. 4 the father of Gedor, and Ezer the father
4. 5 Ashur the father of Tekoa had two wives
4. ii begat Mehir, which (was) the father of Es.
4. 12 and Tehinnah the father of Irnahash
4. 14 Joab, the father of the valley of Charas.
4. 17 and Ishbah the father of Eshtemoa
4. 18 .Tehudijah bare Jered the father of Gedor
4. 18 father of Socho, and Jekuthiel the father
4. 19 the father of Keilah the Garmite, and Es.
4. 21 father of Lecah, and Laadah, the father
5. i forasmuch as he defiled his father s bed
7. 14 the Aramitess bare Maehir the father of
7. 22 And Ephraim their father mourned many
7. 31 Malchiel, who (is) the father of Birzavith
7. 40 children of Asher, heads of (their) father s
8. 29 And at Gibeon dwelt the father of Gibeoi
9. 19 his bretlH-en, of the house of his father
9. 35 And in Gibeon dwelt the father of Gibeon
12. 28 of his father s house twenty and two cap
17. 13 I will be his father, and he shall be my
19. 2 because his father showed kindness to me
19. 2 sent . .to comfort him concerning his fat
19. 3 Thinkest. .that David doth honour thy f.
21. 17 Let thine hand . .be on me, and on my fa
22. 10 shall be my son, and I (will be) his father
23. ii one reckoning, according to (their) fath.
24. 2 Nadab and Abihu died before their father
24. 19 orderings. .under Aaron their father, as
25. 3 under the hands of their father .Teduthuu
25. 6 these (were) under the hands of their fat.
26. 6 ruled throughout the house of their fat.
26. 10 he was not the first horn, yet his father
28. 4 chose me before all the house of my fath
28. 4 the house of Judah the house of my fat.
28. 4 among the sons of my father he liked me
28. 6 have chosen him . . and I will be his father
28. 9 my son, know thou the God of thy father
29. 10 Blessed (be)thou, LORD God of
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Israel our f
29. 23 Solomon sat. .instead of David his father
s Ch i. 8 showed great mercy unto David my fath
1. 9 let thy promise unto David my father be
2. 3 As thou didst deal with Duvid my father
2. 7 men . . whom David my father did provid
2. 13 sent a cunning man. .of Huram my fath
2. 14 his father (was) a man of Tyre, skilful to
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2 Ch. 2. 14 cunning men of my lord David thy father
2. 17 numbering wherewith David his father
3. i LORD appeared unto David his father, in
4. 16 The pots also, .did Huram his father
5. i brought . . the things that David his father
6. 4 which he spake with his mouth to my fa.
6. 7 Now it was in the heart of David my fat.
6. 8 But the LORD said to David my father
6. 10 risen up in the room of David my father
6. 15, 16 with thy servant David my father that
7. 17 if thou wilt walk, .as David thy father
7. 1 8 as I have covenanted with David thy fat.
8. 14 according to the order of David his father
9. 31 was buried in the city of David his father
10. 4 Thy father made our yoke grievous : now
10. 4 ease, .the grievous servitude of thy father
10. 6 that had stood before Solomon his father
10. 9 Ease somewhat the yoke that thy father
10. 10 Thy father made our yoke heavy, but
10. 10 (finger) shall be thicker than my father s
10. 1 1 For whereas my father put a heavy yoke
10. ii, 14 my father chastised you with whips
10. 14 My father made your yoke heavy, but I
15. 18 he brought, .the things that his father
16. 3 (there was) between my father and thy f.
17. 3 cities of Ephraim, which Asa his father
17. 4 But sought to the LORD God of his father
20. 32 And he walked in the way of Asa his fa.
21. 3 And their father gave them great gifts of
21. 4 was risen up to the kingdom of his father
21. 12 saith the LORD God of David thy father
21. 12 not walked in the ways of. .thy father
21. 13 hast slain thy brethern of thy father s ho.
22. 4 counsellors, after the death of his father
24. 22 the kindness which Jehoiada his father
25. 3 slew his servants that had killed, .his fat.
26. i made him king in the room of his father
26. 4 according to all that his father Amaziahj
27. 2 according to all that his father Uzziah did
28. i he did not . . right . . like David his father
29. 2 according to all that David his father had
33. 22 he did. .evil, .as did Mauasseh his father
33. 22 carved images which Manasseh his father
33. 23 humbled not himself, .as Manasseh his f.
34. 2 walked in the ways of David his father
34. 3 to seek after the God of David his father
36. i made him king in his father s stead in
Neh. i. 6 both I and my father s house have sinned
Esth. 2. 7 for she had neither father nor mother
2. 7 when her father and mother were dead
4. 14 and thy father s house shall be destroyed
Job 15. 10 very aged men, much elder than thy fat.
17. 14 have said to corruption, Thou (art) my f.
29. 16 I (was) a father to the poor : and the
31. 18 he was brought up with me, as (with) a f.
38. 28 Hath the rain a father ? or who hath
42. 15 their father gave them inheritance among
Psa. 27. 10 When my father and my mother forsake
45. 10 forget . .thine own people, and thy father s
68. 5 A father of the fatherless, and a judge of
89. 26 Thou (art) my Father, my God, and the
103. 13 Like as a father pitieth (his) children, (so)
Prov. i. 8 My son, hear the instruction of thy father
3. 12 even as a fathenthe son (in whom) he
4. i Hear.. the instruction of a father, and
4. 3 For I was my fathers son, tender and
6. 20 My sou, keep thy father s commandment
10. i A wise son maketh a glad father : but a
13. i A wise son (heareth) his father s instruc.
15. 5 A fool despiseth his father s instruction
15. 20 A wise son maketh a glad father : but a
17. 21 and the father of a fool hath no joy
17. 25 A foolish son (is) a grief to his father
19. 13 foolish son (is) the calamity of his father
19. 26 Hethat wastethQiis) father, (and) chaseth
20. 20 Whoso curseth his father or nis mother
23. 22 Hearken unto thy father that begat thee
23. 24 The father of the righteous shall greatly
23. 25 Thy father and thy mother shall be glad
27. io Thine own friend, and thy father s friend
28. 7 companion of riotous (men) shameth his f.
28. 24 Whoso robbeth his father or his mother
29. 3 Whoso loveth wisdom rejoiceth his father
30. 1 1 a generation (that) curseth their father
30. 17 The eye (that) mocketh at (his) father
Isa. 3. 6 his brother, of the house of his father
7. 17 LORD shall bring, .upon thy father s ho
8. 4 For before the child . . cry, My father, and
9. 6 The mighty God, The everlasting Father
22. 2 1 he shall be a father to the inhabitants of
22. 23 be for a glorious throne to his father s ho.
22. 24 all the glory of his father s house, the
38. 5 saith the LORD, the God of David thy fa.
38. 19 the father to the children shall make
43. 27 Thy first father hath sinned, and thy tea.
45. io Woe unto him that saith unto (his) father
51. 2 Look unto Abraham your father, and unto
58. 14 feed thee with the heritage of. .thy father
63. 16 Doubtless thou (art) our Father, though
63. 16 thou, O LORD, (art) our Father, our Red.
64. 8 But now, O LORD, thou (art) our Father
Jer. 2. 27 Saying to a stock, Thou (art) my father
3. 19 I said, Thou shalt call me, My father
12. 6 thy brethren, and the house of thy father
16 7 cup of consolation to drink for their fath.
20. 15 the man who brought tidings to my fath.
22. ii which reigned instead of Josiah his father
22. 15 Did not thy father eat and drink, and do
31. 9 for I am a father to Israel, and Ephraim
35. 6 for Jonadab the sou of Rechab our father
35. 8 have we obeyed . . the son of Rechab our f.
35. to according to all that Jonadab our father
FATHER
Jer. 35. 14 they drink none, but obey their father s
35. 16 performed the commandment of their fa.
35. 18 Because ye have obeyed, .your father
Eze. 16. 3 thy father (was) an Amorite, and thy m,
16. 45 an Hittite, and your father an Amorite
18. 4 as the soul of the father, so also the soul
18. 14 a son, that seeth all his father s sins
18. 17 shall not die for the iniquity of his father
18. 18 his father, because he cruelly oppressed
18. 19 doth not the son bear the iniquity of thef.
18. 20 son shall not bear the iniquity of the fath.
18. 20 neither shall the father bear the iniquity
22. 7 In thee have they set light by father and
22. 10 In thee have they discovered their fath.
22. 1 1 hath humbled his sister, his father s dau.
44. 25 but for father, or for mother, or for son
Amos 2. 7 a man and his father .vill go in unto the
Mic. 7. 6 For the son dishpnoureth the father, the
Zech.i3. 3 his father and his mother that begat him
Mai. i. 6 A son honoureth (his) father, and a serv.
1. 6 if then I (be) a father, where (is) mine h.
2. 10 Have we not all one father* hath not ona
1.Father, ancestor, 3N ab.
Dan. 5. 2 golden and silver vessels which his father
5. it and in the days of thy father, light and
5. ii whom the king Nebuchadnezzar thy fath.
5.11 thy father, made master of the magicians
5. 13 whom the king my father brought out of
5. 18 God gave Nebuchadnezzar thy father a
3. Father, ancestor, irar-fip pater.
Matt. 2. 22 did reign in Judea in the room of his fa.
3. 9 We have Abraham to (our) father : for I
4. 21 in a ship with Zebedee their father
4. 22 immediately left the ship and their fath.
5. 16 and glorify your Father which is in heav.
5. 45 That ye may be the children of your Fat.
5. 48 Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Fa.
6. i otherwise ye have no reward of your Fa.
6. 4 thy Father which seeth in secret himself
6. 6 pray to thy Father which is in secret
6. 6 and thy Father which seeth in secret
6. 8 for your Father knoweth what things ye
6. 9 pray ye, Our Father which art in heaven
6. 14 your heavenly Father will also forgive
6. 15 neither will your Father forgive your
6. 18 but unto thy Father which is in secret
6. 1 8 and thy Father, which seeth in secret
6. 26 yet your heavenly Father feedeth them
6. 32 for your heavenly Father knoweth that
7. ii how much more shall your Father which,
7. 21 but he that doeth the will of my Father
8. 21 Lord, suffer me first to go and bury my f.
10. 20 but the Spirit of your Father which spea.
10. 21 brother shall deliver up. .and the father
10. 29 not fall on the ground without your Fat.
TO. 32 him will I confess also before my Father
10. 33 him will I also deny before my Father
10. 35 I am come to set a man . . against his fat.
10. 37 He that loveth father or mother more
11. 25 said. .0 Father, Lord of heaven and earth
ii. 26 Even so, Father ; for so it seemed good in
ii. 27 All. .are delivered unto me of my Father
ii. 27 no man knoweth the Son, but the Father
11. 27 neither knoweth any man the Father,-save
12. 50 For whosoever shall do the will of my F.
13. 43 as the sun in the kingdom of their Father
15. 4 saying, Honour thy father and mother
15. 4 He that curseth father or mother, let
15. 5 Whosoever shall say to . .father or. .mot.
15. 6 And honour not his father or his mother
15. 13 Every plant, which my heavenly Father
16. 17 hath not. .but my Father which is in he.
16. 27 the Son . . shall come in the glory of his F.
18. 10 behold the face of my Father which is ia
18. 14 Even so it is not the will of your Father
18. 19 it shall be done for them of my Father
18. 35 So likewise shall my heavenly Father do
19. 5 For this cause shall a man leave father
19. 19 Honour thy father and (thy) mother; and
19. 29 [every one that hath forsaken fatherorm.}
20. 23 for whom it is prepared of my Father
21.31 Whether of them .. did the will of .. father?
23. 9 And call no (man) your father upon the
23. 9 for one is your Father, which is in heaven
24. 36 not the angels of heaven, but my Father
25. 34 Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit
26. 29 when I drink it new with you in my Fat.
26. 39 prayed, saying, O my Father, if it be pos.
26. 42 O my Father if this cup may not pass aw.
26. 53 Thinkest. .that Icaunot. .pray to my F.
28. 19 baptizing them in the name of the Father
Mark i. 20 they left their father Zebedee in the ship
5. 40 taketh the father and the mother of the
7. 10 Moses said, Honour thy father and thy
7. 10 Whoso curseth father or mother, let him
7. 1 1 If a man shall say to his father or mother
7. 12 suffer him no more to do ought for his f.
8. 38 when he cometh in the glory of his Fath.
9. 21 he asked his father, How long is it ago
9. 24 straightway the father of the child cried
10. 7 For this cause shall a man leave his fat.
10. 19 Thou knowest . . Honour thy father and m.
10. 29 There is no man that hath left house . . or f
11. 10 Blessed (be) the kingdom of our father
ii. 25 that your Father also which is in heaven
ii. 26 [if ye do not forgive, neither will your F.J
13. 12 brother shall betray, .and the father the
13. 32 of that day . . knoweth no man . . but the F
14. 36 Abba, Father, all things (are) possible
15. 21 they compel one Simon . . father of Alexa.
Luke i. 32 God shall give, .him the throne of his fa.
FATHER 334 FATHERLESS
Luke i. 59 Xachariaa, after the name of his father
i. 62 they made signs to his father, how he
i. 67 his father Zacharias was filled with the
1. 73 The oath which he sware to our father A.
2. 48 thy father and I have sought thee sorrow.
2. 49 wist ye not that I must be about my Fat.
3. 8 We have Abraham to (our) father : for I
6. 36 Be ye. .merciful, as your Father also is
8. 51 the father and the mother of the maiden
9. 26 come in his own glory, and (in his) Fath.
9. 42 and delivered him again to his father
9. 59 Lord, suffer me first to go and bury my f.
10. 21 I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven
10. 21 even so, Father ; for so it seemed good
10. 22 All things are delivered to me of my Fat.
10. 22 no man knoweth who the Son is, but the F.
n. 2 When ye pray, say, Our Father which art
11. ii If a son shall ask bread of . .a father, will
11. 13 how much more shall, .heavenly Father
12. 30 your Father knoweth that ye have need
12. 32 it is your Father s good pleasure to give
12. 53 The father shall be divided against the
12. 53 and the son against the father ; the mot.
14. 26 If any . .come to me, and hate not his fat.
15. 12 younger of them said to (his) father, Fat.
15. 17 How many hired servants of my father s
15. 1 8 I will arise and go to my father, and will
15. 1 8 Father, I have sinned ngainst Heaven
15. 20 And he arose and came to his father
15. 20 when he was yet a great way off, his fat.
15. 21 the son said unto him, Father, I have 8.
15. 22 the father said to his servants, Bring
15. 27 thy father hath killed the fatted calf
15. 28 therefore came his father out, and entrea.
15. 29 And he answering said to (his) father, Lo
16. 24 And he cried and said. Father Abraham
16. 27 Then he said, I pray thee therefore, fat.
16. 27 thou wouldest send him to my father s h.
16. 30 And he said, Kay, father Abraham : but
1 8. 20 Thou knowest. .Honour thy father and
22. 29 as my Father hath appointed unto me
22. 42 Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove
23. 34 [Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them]
23. 46 Father, into thy hands I commend my
24. 49 I send the promise of my Father upon you
John i. 14 glory as of the only begotten of the Fath.
i 18 Son, which is in the bosom of the Father
2. 16 make not my Father s house an house of
3. 35 The Father loveth the Son, and hath giv.
4. 12 Art thou greater than our father Jacob
4. 21 nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father
4. 23 the true worshippers shall worship the F.
4. 23 for the Father seeketh such to worship
4. 53 So the father knew that (it was) at the
5. 17 My father worketh hitherto, and I work
5. 18 but said also that God was his Father
5. 19 nothing, .but what he seeth the Father
5. 20 For the Father loveth the Son, and show.
5. 21 Forasthe Father raiseth upthe dead, and
5. 22 For the Father judgeth no man, but hath
5. 23 the Son, even as they honour the Father
5. 23 honoureth not the Father which hath
5. 26 For as the Father hath life in himself
5. 30 but the will of [the Father] which hath
5. 36 for the works which the Father hath
5. 36 bear witness of me, that the Father hath
5. 37 the Father himself, which hath sent me
5. 43 I am come in my Father s name, and ye
5. 45 Do not think . . I will accuse . . to the Fath.
6. 27 Son . .for him hath God the Father sealed
6. 32 but my Father giveth you the true bread
f>. 37 All that the Father giveth me shall come
f>. 39 And this is the [Father s] will which hath
6. 42 Is not this Jesus . . whose father and mot.
6. 44 No man can come to me, except the Fat.
6. 45 and hath learned of the Father, cometh
6. 46 Not that any man hath seen the Father
6. 46 he which is of God, he hath seen the Fat.
6. 57 Father hath sent me, and I live by the F
8. 16 not alone, but I and the Father that sent
8. 18 the Father that sent me beareth witness
8. 19 said they unto him, Where is thy Father?
8. 19 Ye neither know me, nor my Father : if
8. 19 ye should have known my Father also
8. 27 understood not that he spake . .of the Fat.
8. 28 but as my Father hath taught me, I speak
8. 29 (the Father] hath not left me alone ; for
8. 38 I speak that. .1 have seen with niy fath.
8. 38 ye do that, .ye have seen with your father
8. 39 They answered . .him, Abraham is our fa.
8. 41 Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said
8 41 born of fornication ; we have one Father
8. 42 If God were your Father, ye would love
8. 44 Ye are of (your) father the devil, and the
P. 44 lusts of your father ye will do. He was
8. 44 a lie. .for he is a liar, and the father of it
8. 49 1 honour my Father, and ye do dishonour
8. 53 Art thou greater than our father Abraham
8. 54 it is my Father that honoureth me ; of
8. 56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my
10. 15 As the Father knoweth me, even so know
10. 17 Therefore doth my Father love me, beca.
10. 18 This commandment. .1 received of my F.
10. 25 the works that I do in my Father s name
o. 29 My Father, which gave (them) me, is
o. 29 is able to pluck . . out of my Father s hand
o. 30 1 and (my) Father are one
o. 32 Many . . works have I showed . . from my F.
o. 36 say ye of him, whom the Father hath
o. 37 If I do not the works of my Father, beli.
0. 38 ye may know and believe that the Father
1. 41 Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard
Johni2. 26 if any man serve me, him will (my) Father
12. 27 what shall I say? Father, save me from
12. 28 Father, glorify thy name. Then came
12. 49 the Father which sent me, he gave me a
12. go I speak therefore, even as the Father said
13. j depart out of this world unto the Father
13. 3 Jesus knowing that the Father had given
14. 2 In my Father s house are many mansions
14. 6 no man cometh unto the Father, but by
14. 7 ye should have known my Father also
14. 8 Lord, show us the Father, and itsufticeth
14. q he that hath seen me hath seen the Fath.
14. 9 how sayest thou (then), Show us the Fa.
14. 10 that I am in the Father, and the Father
14. 10 I speak not of myself : but the Father
14. ii that I (am) in the Father, and the Father
14. 12 greater. . because I go unto my Father
14. 13 that the Father may be glorified in the
14. 1 6 I will pray the Father, and he shall give
14. 20 ye shall know that I (am) in my Father
14. 21 he that loveth me shall be loved of my F.
14. 23 my Father will love him, and we will come
14. 24 not mine, but the Father s which sent me
14. 26 But the Comforter, .whom the Father
14. 28 I go unto the Father ; for my Father is
14. 31 the world may know that I love the Fa.
14. 31 as the Father gave me commandment
15. i I am the true vine, and my Father is the
15. 8 Herein is my Father glorified, that ye
15. 9 As the Father hath loved me, so have I
15. 10 as I have kept my Father s command.
15. 15 all things that I have heard of my Father
15. 1 6 whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in
15. 23 He that hateth me hateth my Father also
15. 24 now have they, .hated both me and my F.
15. 26 whom I will send unto you from the F.
15. 26 truth, which proeeedeth from the Father
16. 3 because they have not known the Father
16. 10 Of righteousness, because I go to my F.
16. 15 All things that the Father hath are mine
16 16 [ye shall see me; because I go to the F.I
1 6. 1 7 What is this . . Because I go to the Father ?
16. 23 Whatsoever ye shall ask the Father in
ifi. 25 but I shall show you plainly of the Father
16. 26 I say not. .1 will pray the Father for you
16. 27 For the Father himself loveth you, beca.
16. 28 I came forth from the Father, and am
1 6. 28 I leave the world, and go to the Father
16. 32 yet I am not alone, because the Father
17. i Father, the hour is come ; glorify thy Son
17. 5 And now, O Father, glorify thou me with
17. ii Holy Father, keep through thine own
17. 21 That they all may be one ; as thou, Father
17. 24 Father, I will that they also whom thou
17. 25 O righteous Father, the world hath not
18. ii the cup which my Father hath given me
20. 17 for I am not yet ascended to my Father
20. 17 I ascend unto my Father, and your Father
20. 21 as (my) Father hath sent me, even so send
Acts i. 4 but wait for the promise of the Father
1. 7 which the Father hath put in his own
2. 33 having received of the Father the promise
7. 2 The God of glory appeared unto our fa.
7. 4 from thence, when his father was dead
7. 14 Then sent Joseph, and called his father
7. 20 Moses was . . nourished up in his father s
1 6. i the son of a. .Jewess, .but his father
16. 3 they knew all that his father was a Greek
28. 8 it came to pass, that the father of Publius
Rom. i. 7 Grace to you and peace from God our F.
4. i What shall we then say that . . our [father]
4. ii that he might be the father of all them
4. 12 the father of circumcision to them who
4. 12 in the steps of that faith of our father
4. 16 of Abraham ; who is the father of us all
4. 17 I have made thee a father of many natio.
4. 18 might become the father of many nations
6. 4 from the dead by the glory of the Father
8. 15 the spirit . . whereby we cry, Abba, Father
9. 10 Rebecca, .conceived, .by our father Isaac
15. 6 even the Fathet of our Lord Jesus Christ
1 Co. i. 3 Grace, .and peace, from God our Father
5. i that one should have his father s wife
8. 6 But to us. .one God, the Father, of whom
15. 24 delivered up the kingdom to. .the Father
2 Co. i. 2 Grace, .and peace from God our Father
i. 3 Blessed (be) God, even the Father of our
i. 3 the Father of mercies, and the God of all
6. 1 8 And will be a Father unto you, and ye
ii. 31 The God and Father of our Lord Jesus C.
Gal. i. i but by Jesus Christ, and God the Father
i. 3 Grace, .and peace from God the Father
i. 4 according to the will of God and our Fa.
4. 2 until the time appointed of the father
4. 6 sent forth the spirit . . crying, Abba, Fath.
Eph. i. 2 Grace, .and peace, from God our Father
1. 3 Blessed (be) the God and Father of our L.
1.17 the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Fa.
2. 18 have access by one Spirit unto the Fath.
3. 14 I bow my knees unto the Father of our L.
4. 6 One God and Father of all, who (is) above
5. 20 Givinp thanks, .unto God and the Father
5. 31 For this cause shall a man leave his fat.
6. 2 Honour thy father and mother ; which
6. 23 love with faith, from God the Father and
Phil. i. 2 Grace, .and peace, from God our Father
2. 11 confess, .to the glory of God the Father
2. 22 as a son with the father, he hath served
4. 20 Now unto God and our Father (be) glory
Col. i. 2 Grace, .and peace, from God our Father
i. 3 We give thanks to God and the Father of
i. 12 Giving thanks unto the Father, which
CoL 2. 2 [of God, and of the Father, and of < hristl
3. 17 giving thanks to God and the Father by
i Mi. i. i of the Thesgalonians . .in God the Father
i. i Grace, .and peace, from God [our Father]
1. 3 in the sight of God and our Father
2. ii we exhorted, .as a father (doth) his chil.
3. ii Now God himself and our Father, and our
3. 13 God, even our Father, at the coming <>i
Th. i. i God our Father and the Lord Jesus (, hr.
1. 2 Grace, .and peace, from God our Father
2. 16 God, even our Father, which hath loved
1 Ti. i. 2 peace, from God our Father and Jesus
5. i Rebuke not an elder, but entreat . . as a fa.
2 Ti. i. 2 peace, from God the Father and Christ
Titus i. 4 peace, from God the Father and the
Phm. 3 peace, from God our Father and tbe L.
Heb. i. 5 I will be to him a Father, and he shall be
7. 10 he was yet in the loins of his father when
12. 7 what son is he whom the father chasten
12. 9 be in subjection unto the Father of
Jas. i. 17 Kvery good gift, .cometh down from the F.
1. 27 Pure religion, .before God and the hath.
2. it Was not Abraham our father justified by
3. 9 Therewith bless we God, even the Father
i Pe. i. 2 according to the foreknowledge of . .the F.
i. 3 Blessed (be) the God and Father of our L
i. 17 if ye call on the Father, who without
a Pe. i. 17 For he received from God the Father ho
i Jo. i. 2 that eternal life which was with the fath.
1. 3 truly our fellowship (is) with the Father
2. i we have an advocate with the Father
2. 13 because ye have known the Father
2. 15 world, the love of the Father is not in him
2. 16 the pride of life, is not of the Father, but
2. 22 he is antichrist, that denieth the Father
2. 23 denieth the Son, the same hath not the F.
2. 24 shall continue in the Son, arid in the Fat.
3. i Behold what manner of love the Father
4. 14 do testify that the Father sent the Son
j. 7 in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the
a Jo. 3 peace, from God the Father, and from the
3 Jesus Christ, the Son of the Father, in
4 have received a commandment from theF.
9 he hath both the Father and the Son
Jnde i them that are sanctified by God the Fath.
Rev. i. 6 made us. .priests unto God and his Fath.
2. 27 rule, .even as I received of my Father
3. 5 I will confess his name before my Father
3. 21 and am set down with my Father in his
14. i having his Father s name written in their
FATHER, wioe
Son of, |3 ben.
Lev. 24. 10 whose father (was) an Egyptian, went out
FATHER, murderer of a
Smite.r of a father, TrorpaAipay patralGas.
i Ti. i. 9 for murderers of fathers and murderers
FATHER, without
Without a father, airdrtap apatOr.
Heb. 7. 3 Without father, without mother, without
FATHER (in) law
\.Husband s father, en chum.
Gen. 38. 13 Behold, thy father in law goeth up to
38. 25 she sent to her father in law, saying. By
i Sa. 4. 19 and that her father in law and her husb.
4. 21 because of her father in law and her hus.
2. Wife s father, }$n chothen.
Exod.3- i Moses Kept the flock of . .his father in law
4. 18 Moses .returned to Jethro his father in 1.
18. i When Jetliro. .Moses" father in law, heard
2 Then Jethro, Moses father in law, tock
8. 5 Moses" father in law, came with his sons
8. 6 I thy father in law Jethro am come unto
8. 7 Moses went out to meet his father in law
8. 8 Moses told his father in law all that the
8. 12 Moses" father in law, took a burnt offering
8. 12 came, .to eat. .with Moses father in law
8. 14 when Moses father in law saw all that he
8. 15 Moses said unto his father in law, Because
8. 17 Moses father in law said unto him. The
8. 24 Moses hearkened to. .hie father in law
8. 27 And Moses let his father in law depart
Num o. 29 said unto Hobab. .Moses father in law
Judg. i. 16 children of the Kenite, Moses father in 1.
4. ii of the children of Hobab, the father in law
19. 4 And his father in law, the damsel s father
19. 7 when the man rose up. .his father in law
19. 9 his father in law, the damsel s father, said
^.Father in law, irevdtpos pentheros.
JohmS. 13 to Annas first : for he was father in law
FATHERLESS
I. Orphan, fatherless, Din; yathom.
Kxod22. 24 shall be widows, and your children fath.
Deutio. 1 8 He doth execute the judgment of the fa.
14. 29 the fatherless, and the widow, which (are)
16. ii, 14 the fatherless, and the widow, that
24. 17 Thou shalt not pervert, .the fatherless
24. 19, 20. 21 shall be for the stranger, for the f.
26. 12 and hast given (it) unto, .the fatherlew
26. 13 also have given them . .to the fatherless
27. 19 Cursed (be) he that perverteth. .the fath.
Job 6. 27 Yea, ye overwhelm the fatherless, and ye
22. 9 the arms of the fatherless have )>!. -r.
24. 3 They drive away the ass of the fuherlewi
24. 9 They pluck the fatherless from the breast
29. 12 Because I delivered the. .fatherless
31. 17 and the fatherless hath not eaten thereof
31. 21 If I have lifted up. .against the fatherless
FATHERLESS
I sa. 10. 14 for. .thou art the helper of the fatherless
10. 18 To judge the fatherless and the oppressed
68. 5 A father of the fatherless, and a judge of
82. 3 Defend the poor and fatherless : do just.
94. 6 They slay . . and murder the fatherless
109. 9 Let his children be fatherless, and his
109. 12 neither let there be any to favour his fa.
146. 9 The LORD, .relieveth the fatherless and
l*rov 23. 10 enter not into the fields of the fatherless
Isa. i. 17 judge the fatherless, plead for the widow
i. 23 they judge not the fatherless, neither
9. 17 neither shall have mercy on their father.
10. 2 and (that) they may rob the fatherless !
Jer. 5. 28 they judge not the cause, .of the fatherl.
7. 6 (If) ye oppress not the stranger, the fath.
22. 3 do no violence to the stranger, the fath.
49. ii Leave thy fatherless children, I willpre.
Eze. 22. 7 in thee have they vexed the fatherless
Hos. 14. 3 for in thee the fatherless findeth mercy
Zech. 7. 10 And oppress not the widow, nor the fath.
Mai. 3. 5 against those that oppress . . the fatherless
"2. There is not a father, 3X px en ab.
Lam. 5. 3 We are orphans and fatherless, our mot.
3. Orphan, op<pav6s orphanos.
Jas. i. 27 To visit the fatherless and widows in their
FATHERLESS child
Orphan, fatherless, Din; yathoin.
Exod22. 22 shall not afflict any. .fatherless child
FATHER S brother
Father s brother, uncle, fn dod.
Xum36. ii were married unto their father s brothers
2 Ki.24. 17 made Mattaniah his father s brother king
FATHER S lister
Father s sister, aunt, rnii dodah.
Exod. 6. 20 And Amram took, .his father s sister, to
FATHERS
1 . Fathers,
Gen. 15.
31-
46.
47-
47-
47-
48.
48.
48.
Exod. 3.
3-
6.
6.
ancestors, JVQK aboth.
is And thou shaltgo to thy fathers in peace
3 Eeturn unto the land of thy fathers, and
34 even until now, both we. . also our fathers
3 Thy servants (are) shepherds . . also our f.
9 the years of the life of my fathers in the
30 I will lie with my fathers, and thou shalt
15 God, before whom my fathers Abraham
1 6 and the name of my fathers Abraham and
2 1 bring you again unto the land of your fa.
13 The God of your fathers hath sent me
15, 16 The LORD God of your fathers, the G.
5 believe that the LORD God of their fathers
14 These (be) the heads of their fathers ho.
25 these (are) the heads of the fathers of the
10. 6 neither thy fathers, nor thy father s fat.
12. 3 according to the house of (their) fathers
13. 5 which he sware unto thy fathers to give
13. ii as he sware unto thee and to thy fathers
20. 5 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
34. 7 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
Lev. 25. 41 unto the possession of his fathers shall
26. 39 in the iniquities of their fathers shall
26. 40 confess . . the iniquity of their fathers
Num. i. 2 by the house of their fathers, with the
i. 4 every one head of the house of his fathers
i. 16 princesof the tribes of their fathers, heads
i. 18 their families, by the house of their fath.
So in v. 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42.]
i. 44 each one was for the house of his fathers
i. 45 by the house of their fathers, from twenty
1 . 47 the Levites after the tribe of their fathers
2. 2 Every man . .with the ensign of their fa.
2. 32 numbered, .by the house of their fathers
2. 34 according to the house of their fathers
3. 15 Number, .afterthe house of theirfathers
3. 20 Levites according to the house of their f.
4. 2, 29, 38, 40, 42 by the house of their fathers
4. 22 throughout the houses of their fathers, by
4. 34, 46 and after the house of their fathers
7. 2 heads of the house of their fathers
ii. 12 land which thou swarest unto their fath.
13. 2 of every tribe of their fathers shall ye
14. 18 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
14. 23 the land which I sware unto their fathers
17. 2 according to the house of (their) fathers
17. 3 for the head of the house of their fathers
17. 6 according to their fathers houses, (even)
20. 15 How our fathers went down into Egypt
20. 15 and the Egyptians vexed us and our fat.
26. 2 throughout their fathers house, all that
26. 55 the names of the tribes of their fathers
31. 26 and the chief fathers of the congregation
32. 8 Thus did your fathers, when I sent them
32. 14 ye are risen up in your fathers stead, an
32. 28 chief fathers of the tribes of the children
33. 54 according to the tribes of your fathers
34. 14, 14 according to the house of their fathe.
36. i And the chief fathers of the families of
36. i the chief fathers of the children of Israel
36. 3 taken from the inheritance of our fathe.
36. 4, 7 inheritance of the tribe of our fathers ,
Deut. i. 8 land, .the LORD sware unto your fathe.
i. n The LORD God of your fathers make you
i. 21 as the LORD God of thy fathers hath said
:. 35 which I sware to give unto your fathers
4. i which the LORD God of your fathers giv.
4. 31 nor forget the covenant of thy fathers
4. 37 because he loved thy fathers, therefore he
5. 3 made not this covenant with our fathers
5. 9 visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon
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Deut. 6. 3 as the LORD God of thy fathers hath pro.
6. 10 the land which he sware unto thy fathers
6. 1 8 which the LORD sware unto thy fathers
6. 23 the land which he sware unto our fathers
7. 8 oath which he had sworn unto your fath.
7. 12 the mercy which he sware unto thy fat.
7. 13 the land which he sware unto thy fathe.
8. i the land . . the LORD sware unto your fat.
8. 3 humbled thee . . neither did thy fathers
8. 16 with manna, which thy fathers knew not
8. 1 8 covenant which he sware unto thy fathe.
9. 5 the word, .the LORD sware unto thy fat.
10. ii the land, which I sware unto their fathe.
10. 15 the LORD had a delight in thy fathers to
10. 22 Thy fathers went down into Egypt with
11. 9, 21 which the LORD sware unto your fat.
12. i the land which the LORD God of thy fat.
13. 6 thou hast not known, thou, nor thy fath.
13. 17 as he hath sworn unto thy fathers
19. 8 as he hath sworn unto thy fathers, and
19. 8 land which he promised . . unto thy fathers
24. 16 The fathers shall not be put to death for
24. 16 neither shall the children, .for the fathe.
26. 3 which the LORD sware unto our fathers
26. 7 we cried unto the LORD God of our fath.
26. 15 as thou swarest unto our fathers, a land
27. 3 the LORD God of thy fathers hath promi.
28. ii the land . . the LORD sware unto thy fathe.
28. 36, 64 which neither thou nor thy fathers
29. 13 and as he hath sworn unto thy fathers
29. 25 covenant of the LORD God of their fathe.
30. 5 into the land which thy fathers possessed
30. 5 and multiply thee above thy fathers
30. 9 rejoice, .as he rejoiced over thy fathers
30. 20 the land . .the LORD sware unto thy fath.
31. 7 the LORD hath sworn unto their fathers
31. 16 Behold, thou shalt sleep with thy fathers
31. 20 the land which I sware unto theirfathers
32. 17 to new (gods that) came, .whom your fa.
Josh. i. 6 the land which I sware unto their fathers
4. 21 When your children shall ask their fath.
5. 6 which the LORD sware unto their fathers
14. i and the heads of the fathers of the tribes
1 8. 3 land, which the LORD God of your fathers
19. 51 the heads of the fathers of the tribes of
21. i Then came near the heads of the fathers
21. i unto the heads of the fathers of the trib.
21. 43 which he sware to give unto their fathers
21. 44 to all that he sware unto their fathers
. 22. 14 an head of the house of their fathers
22. 28 Behold the pattern, .which our fathers
24. 2 Thus saith the LORD. .Your fathers dwelt
24. 6 And I brought your fathers out of Egypt
24. 6 Egyptians pursued after your fathers
24. 14 and put away the gods which your fath.
24. 15 whether the gods which your father ser.
24. 17 the LORD, .brought us up and our fathe.
Judg. 2. 10 generation were gathered unto their fat.
2. 12 they forsook the LORD God of their fath.
2. 17 turned, .out of the way which their fath.
2 . 19 corrupted (themselves) more than their f.
2. 20 my covenant. .1 commanded their fathers
2. 22 they will keep the way. .as their fathers
3. 4 which he commanded their fathers by
6. 13 where (be) all his miracles which our fa.
21. 22 And it shall be, when their fathers or
1 Sa. 12. 6 brought your fathers up out of the land
12. 7 which he did to you and to your fathers
12. 8 and your fathers cried unto the LORD
12. 8 Moses, .which brought forth your fathers
12. 15 against you, as (it was) against your fat.
2
Sa_. 7. 12 and thou shalt sleep with thy fathers
1 Ki. i. 21 when my lord, .shall sleep with his fath.
2. 10 So David slept with his fathers, and was
8. i the chief of the fathers of the children
8. 21 covenant, .which he made with our fath.
8. 34, iS land which thou gavest unto their f.
8. 40 the land which thou gavest unto our fat.
8. 53 when thou broughtest our fathers out of
8. 57 as he was with our fathers : let him not
8. 58 statutes, .which he commanded our fath.
9. 9 God, who brought forth their fathers out
ii. 21 heard, .that David slept with his fathers
11. 43 Solomon slept with his fathers, and was
13. 22 not come unto the sepulchre of thy fath.
14. 15 good land, which he gave to their fathers
14. 20 and he slept with his fathers, and Nadab
14. 22 above all that their fathers had done
14. 31 And Rehoboam slept with his fathers, and
14. 31 was buried with his fathers in the city of
15. 8 Abijam slept with his fathers ; and they
15. 12 removed all the idols that his fathers
15. 24 And Asa slept with his fathers, and was
15. 24 buried with his fathers in the city of Da.
16. 6 Baasha slept with his fathers, and was
16. 28 Omri slept with his fathers, and was bu.
19. 4 for I (am) not better than my fathers
21. 3 give the inheritance of my fathers unto
21. 4 give thee the inheritance of my fathers
22. 40 So Ahab slept with his fathers ; and Ah.
22. 50 And Jehosaphat slept with his fathers
22. 50 and was buried with his fathers in the
2 Ki. 8. 24 And Joram slept with his fathers, and
8. 24 was buried with his fathers in the city of
9. 28 buried him in his sepulchre with his fat.
10. 35 Jehu slept with his fathers : and they b.
12. 18 his fathers, kings of Judah, had dedicated
12. 21 they buried him wifch his fathers in the
13. 9 Jehoahaz slept with his fathers ; and they
13. 13 Joash slept with his fathers ; and Jerob.
14. 6 The fathers shall not be put to death for
14. 6 nor the children .. for the fathers ; but
FATHERS
2 Ki. 14. 16 Jehoash slept with his fathers, and was
14. 20 and he was buried, .with his fathers in
14. 22 after that the king slept with his fathers
14. 29 Jeroboam slept with his fathers, (even)
15. 7 So Azariah slept wjth his fathers ; and
15. 7 they buried him with his fathers in the
15. 9 he did . . evil . . as his fathers had done
15. 22 And Menahem slept with his fathers
15. 38 And Jotham slept with his fathers, and
15. 38 was buried with his fathers in the city of
16. 20 And Ahaz slept with his fathers, and was
16. 20 buried with his fathers in the city of Da.
17. 13 the law which I commanded your fathers
17. 14 like to the neck of their fathers, that did
17. 15 covenant that he made with their fathers
17. 41 as did their fathers, so do they unto this
19. 12 delivered them which my fathers have
20. 17 that which thy fathers have laid up
20. 21 And Hezekiah slept with his fathers : and
21. 8 out of the land which I gave their fathers
21. 15 since the day their fathers came forth out
21. 18 And Manasseh slept with his fathers, and
21. 22 And he forsook the LORD God of his fath.
22. 13 because our fathers have not hearkened
22. 20 I will gather thee unto thy fathers, and
23. 32, 37 according to all that his fathers had
24. 6 So Jehoiakim slept with his fathers : and
1 Ch. 4. 38 the house of their fathers increased gre.
5. 13 brethren of the house of their fathers
5. 15 Ahi. .chief of the house of their fathers
5. 24, 24 heads of the house of their fathers
5. 25 transgressed against the God of their fa.
6. 19 of the Levites according to their fathers
7. 2 and Shemuel, heads of their father s house
7. 4 after the house of their fathers, (were)
7. 7, q heads of the house of (their) fathers,
7. ii All these, .by the heads of their fathers
8. 6 heads of the fathers of the inhabitants
8. 10 These (were) his sons, heads of the fathers
8. 28 These (were) heads of the fathers, by
9. 9 All these men (were) chief of the fathers
9. 13 brethren, heads of the house of their fat.
9. 19 and their fathers, (being) over the host of
9. 33 these (are) the singers, chief of the fathers
9. 34 These chief fathers of the Levites (were)
12. 17 the God of our fathers look (thereon), and
12. 30 famous throughout the house of their fa.
15. 12 Ye (are) the chief of the fathers of the L.
17. 1 1 that thou must go (to be) with thy fathers
23. 9 These (were) the chief of the fathers of
23. 24 their fathers ; (even) the chief of the fat.
24. 4 chief men of the house of (their) fathers
24. 4 according to the house of their fathers
24. 6 and (before) the chief of the fathers of
24. 30 Levites after the house of their fathers
24. 31 and the chief of the fathers of the priests
24. 31 even the principal fathers over against
26. 13 according to the house of their fathers
26. 21 chief fathers, (even) of La a dan the Ger.
26. 26 and the chief fathers, the captains over
26. 31 to the generations of his fathers
26. 32 brethren, .(were) two thousand, .chief fa.
27. i the chief fathers and captains of thous.
29. 6 Then the chief of the fathers and princes
20 15 and sojourners, as (were) all our fathers
20. 18 our fathers, keep this for ever in the
29. 20 blessed the LORD God of their fathers
2 Ch. i. 2 in all Israel, the chief of the fathers
5. 2 Solomon assembled, .the chief of the fat.
6. 25 land . .thou gavest to them and to their f.
6. 31 land which thou gavest unto our fathers
6. 38 land, which thou gavest unto their fathers
7. 22 they forsook the Lord GOD of their fath.
9. 31 Solomon slept with his fathers, and he
11. 16 sacrifice unto the LORD God of their fa.
12. 16 And Rehoboam slept with his fathers
13. 12 not against the. .God of your fathers
13. 18 relied upon the LORD God of their fathers
14. i So Abijah slept with his fathers, and they
14. 4 Judah to seek the. .God of their fathers
15. 12 to seek the LORD God of their fathers
16. 13 Asa slept with his fathers, and died in
17. 14 according to the house of their fathers
19. 4 back unto the LORD God of their fathers
19. 8 and of the chief of the fathers of Israel
20. 6 LORD God of our fathers, (art) not thou
20. 33 their hearts unto
the_ God of their fathers
21. i Jehoshaphat slept with his fathers
21. i and was buried with his fathers in the ci.
21. 10 had forsaken the LORD God of his fathers
21. 19 no burning, .like the burning of his fath.
23. 2 and the chief of the fathers of Israel
24. 1 8 left the house of the . .God of theirfathers
24. 24 had forsaken the LORD God of their fath.
25. 4 The fathers shall not die for the children
25. 4 neither shall the children die for the fath.
15. 5 according to the house of (their) fathers
25. 28 buried him with his fathers in the city of
26. 2 after that the king slept with his fathers
16. 12 whole number of the chief of the fathers
*6. 23 So Vzziah slept with his fathers
6. 23 and they buried him with his fathers
27. 9 Jotham slept with his fathers, and they
28. 6 had forsaken the. .God of their fathers
28. 9 because the LORD God of your fathers was
28. 25 provoked to anger the . . God of his fathers
28. 27 Ahaz slept with his fathers, and they
29. 5 the house of the LORD God of your fathers
29. 6 For our fathers have trespassed, and done
29. 9 lo, our fathers have fallen by the sword
30. 7 be not ye like your fathers, and like your
30. 7 against the LORD God of their fathers
FATHERS 336 FAULT
Job
2 Ch.3o. 8 be ye not stiffnecked, as your fathers
30. 19 to seek God, the LORD God of his fathers
30. 22 confession to the . . God of their fathers
31. 17 priests by the house of their fathers
32. 13 Know ye not what I and my fathers have
32. 14 the gods of those nations that my fathers
32. 15 and out of the hand of my fathers
32. 33 Hezekiah slept with his fathers, and they
33. 8 land which I . .appointed for your fathers
33. 12 humbled himself, .before the God of hisf.
33. 20 Manasseh slept with his fathers, and they
34. 21 because our fathers have not kept the
34. 28 Behold, I will gather thee to thy fathers
34. 32 covenant of God, the God of their fathers
34. 33 following the LORD, the God of their fat.
35. 4 And prepare . . by the houses of your fath.
35. 5 of the fathers of your brethren the people
35. 34 buried in . . the sepulchres of his fathers
36. 15 the LORD God of their fathers sent to
Ezra i. 5 Then rose up the chief of the fathers of
2. 59 they could not show their fathers house
2. 68 And. .of the chief of the fathers, when
3. 12 of the priests, .and chief of the fathers
4. 2 they came, .to the chief of the fathers
4. 3 and the rest of the chief of the fathers of
7. 27 Blessed (be) the LORD God of our fathers
8. i These (are) now the chief of their fathers
8. 28 offering unto the LORD God of your fath.
8. 29 before the. .chief of the fathers of Israel
9. 7 Since the days of our fathers (have) we
10. ii confession unto the. .God of your fathers
10. 16 And Ezra, .(with) certain chief of the fat.
10. 16 after the house of their fathers, and all
Neb.. 2. 3 when . . the place of my fathers sepulchres
2. 5 unto the city of my fathers sepulchres
7. 61 they could not show their fathers house
7. 70, 7i some of the chief of the fathers gave
8. 13 the chief of the fathers of all the people
9. 2 confessed, .the iniquities of their fathers
9. 9 didst see the affliction of our fathers in
9. 16 But they and our fathers dealt proudly
9. 23 which thou hadst promised to their fath.
9. 32 come, .on our fathers, and on all thy peo.
9. 34 Neither have . . our fathers, kept thy law
9. 36 the land that thou gavest unto our fath.
10. 34 after the houses of our fathers, at times
11. 13 And his brethren, chief of the fathers
12. 12 were priests, the chief of the fathers
12. 22 TheLevites. .recorded chief of the fathers
12. 23 sons of Levi, the chief of the fathers
13. 18 Did not your fathers thus, and did not
8. 8 prepare thyself to the search of their fa.
15. 18 Which wise men have told from their fa.
30. i have me in derision, whose fathers I
Psa. -22. 4 Our fathers trusted in thee : they trusted
39. 12 a stranger, .a sojourner, as all my fathers
44. i O God, our fathers have told us, (what)
45. 16 Instead of thy fathers shall be thy child.
49. 19 He shall go to the generation of his fath.
78. 3 which, .our fathers have told us
78. 5 which he commanded our fathers, that
78. 8 And might not be astheir fathers, a stub.
78. 12 things did he in the sight of their fathers
78. 57 and dealt unfaithfully like their fathers
95. 9 When your fathers tempted me, proved
106. 6 We have sinned with our fathers, we ha.
106. 7 Our fathers understood not thy wonders
109. 14 Let the iniquity of his fathers be reme.
Prov 17. 6 the glory of children (are) their fathers
19. 14 House and riches, .the inheritance of fa.
22. 28 the ancient landmark, which thy fathers
Isa. 14. 21 for the iniquity of their fathers; that
37. 12 delivered them which my fathers have
39. 6 which thy fathers have laid up in store
64. ii Our holy, .house, where our fathers prai.
65. 7 and the iniquities of your fathers togeth.
2. 5 What iniquity have your fathers found
3. 18 given for an inheritance unto your fathe
3. 24 shame hath devoured the labour of our f .
3. 25 we have sinned, .we and our fathers
6. 21 the fathers and the sons together shall
7. 7 in the land that I gave to your fathers
7. 14 which I gave to you and to your fathers
7. 18 The children gather wood, and the fathu.
7. 22 For I spake not unto your fathers, nor
7. 25 Since the day that your fathers came for.
7. 26 Yet. .they did worse than their fathers
9. 14 after Baalim, which their fathers taught
9 16 whom neither they nor their fathers hav.
ii. 4 Which I commanded your fathers in the
ii. 5 oath which I have sworn unto your fath.
ii. 7 I earnestly protested unto your fathers
ii. 10 covenant which I made with their fathe.
13. 14 And I will dash, .the fathers and the so.
14. 20 We acknowledge, .the iniquity of our fa.
16. 3 concerning their fathers that begat them
16. ii Because your fathers have forsaken me
16. 12 And ye have done worse than your fathe.
16. 13 ye know not, (neither) ye nor your fathe
16. 15 their land that I gave unto their fathers
16. 19 Surely our fathers have inherited lies
17. 22 the sabbath day, as I commanded your f.
19. 4 whom neither they nor their fathers ha.
23. 27 as their fathers have forgotten my name
23. 39 the city that I gave you and your father.
24. 10 that I gave unto them and to their fathe.
25. 5 and to your fathers for ever and ever
30. 3 to the land that I gave to their fathers
31. 29 The fathers have eaten a sour grape, an.
31. 32 the covenant that I made with their fat.
32. 18 recpmpensest the iniquity of the fathers
32. 22 which thou didst swear to their fathers
Jer.
Jer. 34. 5 and with the burnings of thy fathers
34. 13 I made a covenant with your fathers in
34. 14 but your fathers hearkened not unto me
35. 15 I have given to you and to your fathers
44. 3 whom they knew not . . nor your fathers
44. 9 forgotten the wickedness of your fathers
44. 10 that I set before you and before your fa.
44. 17 our fathers, our kings, and our princes
44. 21 ye, and your fathers, your kings, and you.
47. 3 fathers shall not look back to. .children
50. 7 even the LORD, the hope of their fathers
Lara. 5. 7 Our fathers ha,ve sinned, (and are) not
Eze. 2. 3 they and their fathers have transgressed
5. 10 Therefore the fathers shall eat the sous
5. 10 and the sons shall eat their fathers
1 8. 2 The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and
20. 4 to know the abominations of their fathe.
20. 18 Walk ye not in the statutes of your fath.
20. 24 their eyes were after their fathers idols
20. 27 Yet in this your fathers have blaspheme.
20. 30 polluted afterthe manner of your fathers?
20. 36 Like as I pleaded with your fathers in
20. 42 lifted up mine hand to give it to your fa.
36. 28 in the land that I gave to your fathers
37. 25 dwell in the land . . wherein your fathers
47. 14 lifted up mine hand to give it unto your f.
Dan. 9. 6 which spake in thy name to . . our father.
9. 8 to us . . confusion of face . . and to our fat.
9. 16 and for the iniquities of our fathers
ii. 24 he shall do (that) which his fathers have
ii. 37 Neither shall he regard the God of his fa.
ii. 38 a god whom his fathers knew not shall
Hos. 9. 10 I saw your fathers as the first ripe in the
Joel i. 2 Bath this been . .in the days of your fat. ?
Amos 2. 4 after the which their fathers have walk.
Mic. 7. 20 which thou hast sworn unto our fathers
Zee. i. 2 hath been sore displeased with your fat.
i. 4 Be ye not as your fathers, unto whom
i. 5 Your fathers, where (are) they? and the
i. 6 did they not take hold of your fathers?
8. 14 when your fathers provoked me to wrath
Mai. 2. 10 profaning the covenant of our fathers ?
3. 7 Even from the days of your fathers ye
4. 6 he shall turn the heart of the fathers to
4. 6 the heart of the children to their fathers
2. Fathers, ancestors, frt^x abahan.
Ezra 4. 15 the book of tne records of thy fathers
5. 12 But after that our fathers had provoked
Dan. 2. 23 I thauk thee. .O thou God of my fathers
3. Fathers, ancestors, irartpfspateres.
Matt 23. 30 If we had been in the days of our fathe.
23. 32 Fill ye up. .the measure of your fathers
Luke i. 17 to turn the hearts of the fathers to the
i. 55 As he spake to our fathers, to Abraham
i. 72 To perform the mercy, .to our fathers
6. 23 for in the like manner did their fathers
6. 26 for so did their fathers to the false pro.
ii. 47 ye build, .and your fathers killed them
ii. 48 that ye allow the deeds of your fathers
John 4. 20 Our fathers worshipped in this mounta.
6. 31 Our fathers did eat manna in the desert
6. 49 Your fathers did eat manna in the wildc.
6. 58 not as your fathers did eat manna, ami
Acts 3. 13 the God of our fathers, hath glorified his
3. 22 [For Moses truly said unto the fathers)
3. 25 covenant which God made with our fath.
5. 30 The God of our fathers raised up Jesus
7. 2 And he said, Men, brethren, and fathers
7. ii and our fathers found no sustenance
7. 12 Jacob heard . . he sent out our fathers first
7. 15 So Jacob, .died, he, and our fathers
7. 19 The same . . evil entreated our fathers, so
7. 32 I (am) the God of thy fathers, the God of
7. 39 To whom our fathers would not obey, but
7. 44 Our fathers had the tabernacle of witness
7. 45 Which also our fathers that came after
7. 45 God drave out before the face of our fat.
7. 5 1 ye do always . . as your fathers (did), so (do)
7. 52 Which of the prophets have not your fat.
13. 17 The God of this people, .chose our fathers
13. 32 the promise which was made unto the fa.
13. 36 David . . was laid unto his fathers, and saw
15. 10 which neither our fathers nor we were
22. i Men, brethren, and fathers, hear ye my
22. 14 And he said, The God of our fathers hath
26. 6 of the promise made of God unto our fa.
28. 25 Well spake the Holy Ghost . . unto our fa.
Rom. 9. 5 Whose (are) the fathers, and of whom as
11. 28 (they are) beloved for the fathers sakes
15. 8 to confirm the promises . . unto the fathers
1 Co. 4. 15 yet (have ye) not many fathers : for in Ch.
10. i how that all our fathers were under the
Eph. 6. 4 And, ye fathers, provoke not your children
Col. 3. 21 Fathers, provoke not your children (to a.)
Heb. 3. 9 When your fathers tempted me, proved
8. 9 the covenant that I made with their fat.
12. 9 Furthermore we have had fathers of pur
2 Pe. 3. 4 for since the fathers fell asleep, all things
i Jo. 2. 13 I write unto you, fathers, because ye have
a. 14 I have written unto you, fathers, because
FATHERS, of the, or of one s
I. Paternal, ancestral, irarpiKos patrikos.
Gal. 1.14 zealous of the traditions of my fathers
2. Paternal, irarp<fos patrOos.
Acts 22. 3 the perfect manner of the law of the fat.
24. 14 so worship I the God of my fathers, beli.
28. 17 against the people or customs of our fa.
FATHERS, by tradition from the
Given over by ancestors, irarpoirapaSoros patropa.
1 Pe. i. 18 conversation .. by tradition from your fa
FATHOM
Fathom, (length of outstretched arms], bpyvid.
Acts 27. 28 sounded, and found (it) twenty fathoms
27. 28 sounded again, and found (it) fifteen fath.
FAILING
1. Fat ones, o*na mechim.
Psa. 66. 15 I will offer, .burnt sacrifices of fallings
2.Fat, firm, x"C meri.
2 Sa. 6. 13 had gone, .he sacrificed oxen and fallings-
Isa. ii. 6 the young lion and the falling tog -thi-r
Eze. 39. i -; bullocks, all of them failings of Bashuu
3. Second, (younger and later), "!?<? mishneh.
i Sa. 15. 9 spared, .of the failings, and the lambs, and
4. Fattened, fed up, <TITI<TT&S sitistos.
Matt 22. 4 my oxen and (my) fallings (are) killed
FATNESS
1. Fatness, ]y^ deshen.
Judg. 9. 9 Should I leave my fatness, wherewith by
Job 36. 16 should be set on thy table . .full of fatness
Psa. 36. 8 They shall be . . satisfied with the fatness
63. 5 My soul shall be satisfied as (with), .fatn.
65. ii goodness, and thy paths drop fatness
Isa. 55. a and let your soul delight itself in fatness
Jer. 31. 14 And I will satiate the soul, .with fatness
2. Fat, best part, marrow, 3^r cheleb.
Job 15. 27 he covereth his face with his fatness
Psa. 73. 7 Their eyes stand out with fatness : they
Isa. 34 . 6 it is made fat with fatness .. with the blood
34. 7 and their dust made fat with fatness
3. Fatness, fat one, ]$V3 mishman.
Gen. 27. 28 the fatness of the earth, and plenty of corn
27. 39 thy dwelling shall be the fatness of the
Isa. 17. 4 and the fatness of his Mesh shall wax lean
4. Fatness, oil, ]oy shemen.
Psa. 109. 24 weak, .and my flesh faileth of fatness
5. Fatness, fat, iriorris /Ho^es.
Rom ii. 17 with them partakest of the root and fat.
FATS
Press or vat for oil or itnne, 2jT yeqeb.
Joel 2. 24 the fats shall overflow with wine and oil
3. 13 for the press is full, the fats overflow
FATTED
1. To be fattened, DJX abas.
i Ki. 4. 23 roebucks, and fallow deer/and fatted fowl
2. Fattened, stall, P3~>S marbeq.
Jer. 46. 21 her hired men (are), .like fatted bullocks
^.Fattened, fed up, fftrevros siteutos.
Lukeis. 23 And bring hither the fatted calf, and kill
15. 27 thy father hath killed the fatted calf
15. 30 thou hast killed for him the fatted calf
FATTER
Faf, firm, n l? bari.
Dan. i. 15 countenances appeared fairer and fatter
FATTEST (place*)
Fatness, fat one, ]sys mishman.
Psa. 78. 31 slew the fattest of them, and smote down
Dan. ii. 24 He shall enter, .even upon the fattest pi.
FAULT
I. Error, failure, sin, Kipri chata.
Exod. 5. 16 but the fault (is) in thine own people
2. Error, failure, sin, KSjrt chel.
Gen. 41. 9 saying, I do remember my faults this day
3. What and what, whatever, ns?R? meumah.
1 Sa. 29. 3 I have found no fault in him since he
^.Perversity, iniquity, py avon.
2 Sa. 3. 8 that thou chargest me to day with a fault
Psa. 59. 4 prepare themselves without (my) fault
5. Wrongnfss, unckedness, n%y-} rishah.
Deutas. 2 and to be beaten, .according to his fault
6. To corrupt, nny shechath.
Dan. 6. 4 thcy could find none occasion nor fault
6. 4 neither was there any error or fault found
7. Cause, case, alria aitia.
John 1 8. 38 Pilate saith . . I find in him no fault (at all)
19. 4 that ye may know that I find no fault in
19. 6 Pilate saith. .1 find no fault in him
S.Cause, case, afnov aition.
Luke 23. 4 Then said Pilate . . I find no fault in this
23. 14 I . .have found no fault in this man
S.Lack, failure, defect, ^TTTJ/UO htttema.
i Co. 6. 7 Now therefore there is utterly a fault am.
10.A falling aside, mishap, irapdirToifi.ap<ir(ipti>ma.
Gal. 6. i if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which
Jas. 5. 1 6 Confess . . [faults] one to another, and pray
FAULT, to find
To blame, /u*fi<|>ouai menphomai.
Mark 7. 2 with unwashen hands, they found fault
Rom. 9. 10 Thou wilt say . Why doth he yet find fault?
Heb. 8. 8 For, liiuliuj, fault with them, he saith.
FAULT 337 FEAR
FAULT, to tell one i
To conrict, e A.e-yx " elejjcho.
Matt. 1 8. 15 go and tell him his fault between thee
FAULT, without
Without blemish, blame, spot, &HW/ULOS amomos.
Kev. 14. 5 they are without fault before the throne
FAULTLESS
1. Without blame, HutfjurTos amemptos.
Ileb. 8. 7 For if that first (covenaut)hail been fault.
2. Without blemish, blame, spat, &/ua>juo; amomos.
Jude 24 to present, .faultless before the presence
FAULTS, for your
To miss, err, sin, af^apTavta hamartano.
1 Pe. 2. 20 if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye
FAULTY, one which is
Guilty, Ctfx ashem.
2 Sa. 14. 13 the king doth speak, .as one which isfau.
FAULTY, to be found
To be or become guilty, nyx asham.
Hos. 10. 2 now shall they be found faulty : he shall
FAVOUR
l.Grace, favour, jn chen.
Gen. iS. 3 My Lord, if now I have found favour in
30. 27 I pray thee, if I have found favour in
39. 21 gave him favour in the sight of the keeper
Exod. 3. 21 I will give this people favour in the sight
11. 3 the LORD gave the people favour in the si.
12. 36 the LORD gave the people favour in the
Nunin. ii wherefore have I not found favour in thy
ii. 15 if I have found favour in thy sight
Deut 24. i it come to pass that she find no favour
Ruth 2. 13 she said, Let me find favour in thy sight
i Sa. 16. 22 for he hath found favour in my sight
20. 29 now, if I have found favour in thine eyes
25. 8 Wherefore let the young men nnd favour
a Sa. 15. 25 if I shall find favour in the eyes of the L.
i Ki. ii. 19 Hadad found great favour in the sight of
Esth. 2. 15 Esther obtained favour in the sight of all
5. 2 the king saw Esther, .she obtained favour
5. 8 If I have found favour in the sight of the
7. 3 If I have found favour in thy sight, O
8. 5 and if I have found favour in his sight
Prov. 3. 4 So shalt thou find favour and good und.
13. 15 Good understanding giveth favour : but
22. i loving favour rather than silver and goH
28. 23 He that rebuketh . . shall find more favour
31. 30 Favour (is) deceitful, and beauty (is) vain
Eccl. 9. 1 1 nor yet favour to men of skill ; but time
Z.Grace, favour, nj jn chaninah.
Jer. 16. 13 a land, .where I will not show youfavour
^.Kindness, ipn chesed.
Esth. 2. 17 sheobtained grace and favour in his sight
Job 10. 12 Thou hast granted me life and favour
Dan. i. 9 Now God had brought Daniel into favour
^.Delighting, pan chaphets.
Psa. 35. 27 Let them, .be glad, that favour my righ.
5. Face, n )$ panim.
Psa. 45. 12 (even) the rich, .shall entreat thy favour
119. 58 I entreated thy favour with (my) whole
Piov 19. 6 Many will entreat the favour of the prince
29. 26 Many seek the ruler s favour : but (every)
6. Pleasure, good will, p:r] ratson.
Deut33. 23 O Naphtali, satisfied with favour, and f.
I sa. 5. 12 with favour wilt thou compass him as
30. 5 in his favour (is) life : weeping may enduro
30. 7 LORD, by thy favour thou hast made my
89. 17 in thy favour our horn shall be exalted
106. 4 Remember me, O LORD, with the favour
Prov. 8. 35 and shall obtain favour of the LORD
11. 27 He that, .seeketh good procureth favour
12. 2 A good (man) obtaineth favour of the Lo RD
14. 9 but among the righteous (there is) favour
14. 35 The king s favour (is) toward a wise serv
16. 15 his favour (is) as a cloud of the latter ra.
18. 22 (Whoso; flndeth a wife .. obtaineth favour
19. 12 but his favour (is) as dew upon the grass
Isa. 60 10 in my favour have I had mercy on thee
7. Peace, prosperity, completeness, Qi 1
?^ shalom.
Song 8. 10 then was I. .as one that found favour
8. Grace, favour, njnp techinnah.
Josh. 1 1. 20 that they might have no favour, but that
9. Grace, xp s charis.
Luke i. 30 Fear not, Mary ; for thou hast found fav.
2. 52 Jesus increased, .in favour with God and
Acts 2. 47 Praising God, and having favour with all
7. 10 gave him favour and wisdom in the sight
7. 46 Who found favour before God, and desir.
25. 3 And desired favour against him, that he
FAVOUR, (be in) to
l.To incline or be gracious to, Jjri chancn.
Psa. 102 13 the time to favour her, yea, the set time
109. 12 neither let there be any to favour his fa.
Lam. 4. 16 they respected not. .they favoured not
2.To incline or be gracious to, j;ij chanan, 3a.
Psa. 102. 14 For thy servants, .favour the dust thereof
3. To have delight in, i*?n chaphets.
2 Sa. 2c. 1 1 He that favoureth Joab, and he thai (is)
Psa. 41. -i By this I know that thou favourest me
4.Good in the eyes of, TV3 TIB fob be-ene.
i Sa. 2. 26 was in favour both with the LORD, and
29. 6 nevertheless the lords favour thee not
FAVOUR, to find
\.ToJind grace or favour, Jjn chanan, 6.
Prov.2i. 10 his neighbour finduth no favour in his
l.To be or become good, 3D; yatab.
Neh. 2. 5 if thy servant have found favour in thy
FAVOUR, to have a
To be pleased with, nyi ratsah.
Psa. 44. 3 because thou hadst a favour unto them
FAVOUR, to show
To incline or be gracious to, Jjri chanan.
Deut.28. 50 shall not regard, .nor show favour to the
Psa. 112. 5 A good man showeth favour, and lendeth
Isa. 27. ii he that formed, .will show them no favo.
FAVOUR, to be showed
To find (/race or favour, jjn chanan, 6.
Isa. 26. 10 Let favour be showed to the wicked
FAVOURABLE, to be
1. To incline or be gracious to, ]jn chanan.
Judg.2i. 22 Be favourable unto them for our sakes
2. To be pleased with, nyi ratsah.
Job 33. 26 he will be favourable unto him ; and he
Psa. 77. 7 and will he be favourable no more ?
85. i LORD, thou hast been favourable unto
FAVOURED, well
l.Fair of appearance, nKiij ns yephath mareh.
Gen. 29. 17 but Rachel was beautiful and well favou.
39. 6 And Joseph was. .goodly, .and well fayo.
41. 2 there came up. .seven well favoured kine
41. 4 did eat up the seven well favoured and f.
2. Fair ofform, iNrrns^ [yapheJi].
Gen. 41. 18 seven kiue, fat fleshed and well favoured
3. Good in appearance, "ix"]
1
? 2ia fob mareh.
Dan. i. 4 well favoured, and skilful in all wisdom
i.d ood of grace, Jrt 2ia tab chen.
Nali. 3. 4 the well favoured harlot, the mistress of
FAVOURED, highly
To give grace to, treat graciously, xaptroco chnritol.
Luke i. 28 Hail, .highly favoured, the Lord (is) with
FEAR
\.Terror, n? x emah.
Exodis. 16 Fear and dread shall fall upon them
23. 27 I will send my fear before thee, and will
Ezra 3. 3 fear (was) upon them because of the pec.
Job 9. 34 from me, and let not his fear terrify me
Prov 20. 2 The fear of a king (is) as the roaring of a
2. Fear, sorrow, .iJNn deagah.
Josh.22. 24 if we have not. .done it for fear of (this)
3. Trembling, ninq cho.radah.
Prov. 29. 25 The fear of man bringeth a snare : but
Isa. 21. 4 my pleasure hath he turned into fear
4. Fright, terror, nn chath.
Job 41. 33 not his like, who is made without fear
5. Fear, reverence, nxT yirah.
Gen. 20. ii Surely, the fear of God (is) not in this
Exod2o. 20 and that his fear may be before your fa. !
Deut. 2. 25 This day will I begin to put. .the fear
2 Sa. 23. 3 (must be) just, ruling in the fear of God I
2Ch.i9. 9 Thus shall ye do in the fear of the LOUD | Neh. 5. 9 ought ye not to walk in the fear of our
5. 15 so did not I, because of the fear of God
Job 4. 6 (Is) not (this) thy fear, thy confidence
6. 14 he forsaketh the fear of the Almighty
15. 4 Yea, thou fastest off fear, and restrair.c
22. 4 Will he reprove thee for fear of thee .
28. 28 the fear of the LORD, that (is) wisdom
Psa. 2. n Serve the LORD with fear, and rejoice
5. 7 in thy fear will I worship toward thy
19. 9 The fear of the LORD (is) clean, enduring |
34. ii I will teach you the fear of the LORD
90. 1 1 even according to thy fear, (so is) thy wr.
in. 10 The fear of the LORD (is) the beginning of
119. 38 thy servant, who (is devoted) to thy fear
Prov. i. 7 The fear of the LORD (is) the beginning of
1. 29 and did not choose the fear of the Loitl)
2. 5 Then shalt thou understand the fear of
8. 13 The fear of the LORD (is) to hate evil : pr.
9 10 The fear of the LORD (is) the beginning of
10. 27 The fearof the LORD prolongeth days : but
14. 26 In the fear of the LORD (is) strong confld.
14. 27 The fear of the LORD (is) a fountain of life
15. 16 Better (is) little with the fear of the LORD
15. 33 The fear of the LORD (is) the instruction
16. 6 by the fear of the LORD (men) depart from
19. 23 The fear of the LoRD(tendeth) to life ; and
22. 4 By humility, (and) the fear of the LORD
23. 17 in the fear of the LORD all the day long
Isa. 7. 25 there shall not come thither the fear of
n. 2 of the fear of ; n. 3, 29. 13, 33. 6, 63. 17.
Jer. 32. 40 I will put my fear in their hearts, that
Eze. 30. 13 I will put a fear in the land of Egypt
Jon. i. 16 Then the men feared the LORD exceed.
6.Fear, "VUD mayor.
Psa. 31. 13 fear (was) on every side : while they took
Isa. 31. 9 shall pass over to his strong hold for fear
Jer. 6. 25 the sword of the enemy (and) fear (is) on
20. 10 I heard the defaming of many, fear on
Jer. 46. 5 fear (was) round about, aaith the LORD
49. 29 they shall cry . . Fear (is) on every gide
7. Fear, Trap megorah.
Prov 10. 24 The fear of the wicked, it shall come upon
8. Fear, ~nup megurah.
Psa. 34. 4 and delivered me from all my fears
Isa. 66. 4 will bring their fears upon them; because
9. Fear, reverence, toiD mora.
Gen. 9. 2 the fear of you and the dread of you shall
Isa. 8. 12 neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid
8. 13 (let) him (be) your fear, and (let) him (be)
MaL i. 6 and if I (be) a master, where (is) my feart
2. 5 I gave them to him (for) the fear wherew.
10. Fear, .TTD morah.
Psa. 9. 20 Put them in fear, O LORD ; (that) the
11. Dread, fear, in? pachad.
Gen. 31. 42 Except, .the Fearof Isaac, had been with
31. 53 Jacob sware by the Fearof his father Isaac
Deut 1 1. 25 the LORD your God shall lay the fear of
28. 67 for the fear of thine heart wherewith thou
1 Sa. ii. 7 the fear of the LORD fell on the people
i Ch.i4. 17 the LORD brought the fear of him upon
a Ch. 14. 14 for the fear of the LORD came upon them
17. 10 the fear of the LORD fell upon all the
19. 7 now let the fear of the LORD be upon you
90. 29 the fear of God was on all the kingdoms
Esth. 8. 17 for the fear of the Jews fell upon t.iem
9. 2 for the fear of them fell upon all people
9. 3 because the fear of Mordecai fell upon
Job 4. 14 Fear came upon me, and trembling
at. 9 Their houses (are) safe from fear, neither
82. 10 snares, .and sudden fear troubleth thee
25. 2 Dominion and fear (are) with him ; he
39. 16 her labour is in vain -without fear
39. 22 He mocketh at fear, and is not affrighted
Psa. 31. ii I was. .a fear to mine acquaintance
36. i (that there is) no fear of God before his
53. 5 were they, .(where) no fear was : for God
64. i preserve my life from fear of the enemy
105. 38 for the fear of them fell upon them
119. 120 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee ; and
I rov. i. 26 I will mock when your fear cometh
i. 27 When your fear cometh as desolation
1. 33 and shall be quiet from fear of evil
3. 25 Be not afraid of sudden fear, neither of
Song 3. 8 every man. .his sword, .because of fear
Isa. 2. 10 hide thee in the dust, for fearof the LORD
2. 19 they shall go into the holes, .for fear of
2. 21 for fear of the LORD, and for the ylory of
24. 17 Fear, and the pit, and the snare, (are)
24. 18 he who fleeth from the noise of the fear
Jer . 30. 5 We have heard a voice of. .fear, and not
48. 43 Fear, and the pit, and the snare, .upon
48. 44 He that fleeth from the fear shall fall into
49. 5 Behold, I will bring a fear upon thee
Lam. 3. 47 Fear and a snare is come upon us, dea.
\ 2.Dread, fear, ;rmg pachdah.
Jer. 2. 19 and that my fear (is) not in thee, saith
IS. Rage, anger, trembling, u1
! rogez.
Isa. 14. 3 LORD shall give thee rest, .from thy fear
14. Fear, terror, trembling, EB"i retet.
Jer. 49. 24 Damascus is waxed feeble . fear hath
l5.Tre?nbling, nijp readah.
Psa. 48. 6 Fear took hold upon them there, (and)
16. Timidity, Sft\ia deilia.
2 Ti. i. 7 God hath not given us the spirit of fear
17. Fear, terror, ipdfios phobos.
Matti4. 26 It is a spirit : and they cried out for fear
28. 4 for fear of him the keepers did shake
28. 8 they departed quickly, .with fear and
Luke i. 12 when Zacharias saw. .fear fell upon him
i". 65 fear came on all that dwelt round about
5. 26 were all amazed, .and were filled with f.
7. 16 there came a fear on all : and they glori.
8. 37 for they were taken with great fear. Ard
21. 26 Men s hearts failing them for fear, and
John 7. 13 no man spake openly of him for fear of
19. 38 a disciple of Jesus, but secretly for fear
20. 19 the disciples were assembled for fear of
Acts 2. 43 fear came upon every soul : and many
5. 5 great fear came on all them that heard
5. ii great fear came upon all the church, and
9. 31 walking in the fear of the Lord, and in
19. 17 fear fell on them all, and the name of the
Rom. 3. 1 8 There is no fear of God before their eyes
8. 15 not received the spirit of bondage, .to fe.
13. 7 fear to whom fear ; honour to whom hon.
i Co. 2. 3 I was with you in weakness, and in fear
a Co! 7. i perfecting holiness in the fear of God
7. 5 without (were) fightings, within (were) f
7. ii (what) indignation, yea, (what) fear, yea
7. 15 how with fear and trembling ye received
Eph. 5. 21 Submitting . . one to another in the fear of
6. 5 with fear and trembling, in singleness of
Phil. 2. 12 work out your own salvation with fear
Heb. 2. 15 And deliver them who through fear of
i Pe. i. 17 pass the time of your sojourning, .in fear
2. 18 subject to (your) masters with all fear
3. 2 yourchaste conversation (coupled) with f.
3. 15 an answer, .with meekness and fear
i Jo. 4. 1 8 There is no fear in love ; but perfect
4. 18 love casteth out fear : because fear hath
Jude 23 others save with fear, pulling. . out of
Rev. ii. ii great fear fell upon them which saw them
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4. 10 that they may learn to fear me all the
5. 29 an heart in them, that they would fear
PEAR
Rev. 18. 10 Standing afar off for the fear of her tor.
1 8. 15 shall stand afar off for the fear of her
FEAR, to
I. To be afraid, n gur.
Deut 32. 27 Were it not that I feared the wrath of the
Psa. 22. 23 and fear him, all ye the seed of Israel
Hos. 10. 5 The inhabitants of Samaria shall fear
2. To be afraid, Sri dechal.
Dan. 5. 19 all people, nations, and languages . .feared
6. 26 in every dominion . . men tremble and fear
3. To be pained, "rn, Vin chul, chil.
i Ch.i6. 30 Ffar before him, all the earth : the world
Psa. 96. 9 O worship . . fear before him, all the earth
4. To be afraid, ~>J; yagor.
Psa. 1 19. 39 Turn away my reproach which I fear; for
Jer. 22. 25 into the hand of. . whose face thou fearest
5. To fear, reverence, >n; yare.
Gen. 13. i Fear not, Abram: I (am) thy shield, (and)
19. 30 he feared to dwell in Zoar : and he dwelt
21. 17 What aileth thee, Hagar ? fear not ; for
26. 7 for he feared to say, (She is) my wife; lest
26. 24 I (am) the God of Abraham thy father : f.
35. 17 the midwife said unto her, Fear not
43. 23 And he said, Peace (be ) to you, fear not
46. 3 fear not to go down into Egypt ; for I
50. 19 And Joseph said unto them, Fear not
50. 21 Now therefore fear ye not : I will nour.
Exod. 1.17 the midwives feared God, and did not
1. 21 came to pass, because the midwives fea. :
2. 14 Moses feared, and said, Surely this thing
9. 30 I know that ye will not yet fear the LORD
14. 13 Moses said unto the people, Fear ye not
14. 31 the people feared the LORD, and believ.
20. 20 Moses said unto the people, Fear not
Lev. 19. 3 Ye shall fear every man his mother and
19. 14 but shall fear thy God: I (am) the LORD
19. 32 Thou shalt rise up. .and fear thy God
25. 17 but thou shalt fear thy God : for I (am)
25. 36 Take thou no usury of him. .but fear
25. 43 Thou shalt not rule, .but shalt fear thy Num 14. 9 neither fear ye the people, .fear them
21. 34 the LORD said unto Moses, Fear him not
Deut. i. 21 possess, .fear not, neither be discouraged
3. 2 the LORD said unto me, Fear him not
3. 22 Ye shall not fear them : for the LORD
4
6. 2 that thou mightest fear the LORD thy God
6. 13 Thou shalt fear the LORD thy God, and
6. 24 these statutes, to fear the LORD our God
8. 6 to walk in his ways, and to fear him
10. 12 to fear the LORD thy God, to walk in all
10. 20 Thou shalt fear the LORD thy God ; him
13. 4 Ye shall walk after the LORD, .and fear
13. 1 1 all Israel shall hear, and fear, and shall
14. 23 that thou mayest learn to fear the LORD
17. 13 And all the people shall hear, and fear
17. 19 that he may learn to fear the LORD his
19. 20 those which remain shall hear, and fear
20. 3 let not your hearts faint; fear not, and do
21. 21 and all Israel shall hear, and fear
28. 58 that thou mayest fear this glorious and
31. 6 Be strong, and of a good courage, fear
31. 8 he will not fail thee. .fear not, neither
31. 12 fear the LORD your God, and observe to
31. 13 hear, and learn to fear the LORD your
Josh. 4. 14 they feared him, as they feared Moses
4. 24 that ye might fear the LORD your God
8. i the LORD said unto Joshua, Fear not
10. 2 That they feared greatly, because Gibeon
10. 8 the LORD said unto Joshua, Fear them
10. 25 Joshua said unto them, Fear not, nor be
24. 14 fear the LORD, and serve him in sincerity
Judg. 4. 18 Turn in, my lord, turn in to me ; fear not
6. 10 fear not the gods of the Amorites, in
6. 23 Peace (be) unto thee ; fear not : thou
6. 27 because he feared his father s household
8. 20 youth drew not his sword ; for he feared
Ruth 3. 1 1 now, my daughter, fear not ; I will do to
1 Sa. 3. 15 And Samuel feared to show Eli the vision
4. 20 said . . Fear not ; for thou hast born a son
12. 14 If ye will fear the LORD, and serve him
12. 18 all the people greatly feared the LORD
12. 20 Samuel said unto the people, Fear not
12. 24 Only fear the LORD, and serve him in
14. 26 no man put. .for the people feared the
15. 24 because I feared the people, and obeyed
22. 23 Abide thou with me, fear not ; for he
23. 17 he said unto him, Fear not; for the hand
2 Sa. 3. ii could not answer, .because he feared him
9. 7 David said unto him, Fear not : for I will
10. 19 So the Syrians feared to help the children
12. 1 8 the servants of David feared to tell him
13. 28 I say unto you. Smite Amnon. .fear not
i Ki. i. 50 And Adonijah feared because of Solomon
i. 51 Behold, Adonijah feareth king Solomon
3. 28 and they feared the king : for they saw
8. 40 That they may fear thee all the days that
8. 43 to fear thee, as (do) thy people Israel
17. 13 And Elijah said unto her. Fear not ; go
18. 12 I thy servant fearthe LORD from my youth
a Ki. 6. 16 And he answered, Fear not ; for they that
17. 7 the children of Israel, .had feared other
17. 25 they feared not the LORD : therefore the
17. 28 taught them how they should fear the L.
*7- 35 Ye shall not fear other gods, nor bow
17. 36 the LORD, .him shall ye fear, and him
17. 37 and ye shall not fear other gods
17. 38 not forget; neither shall ye fear other
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2Ki. 17. 39 But the LORD your God ye shall fear ; and
25. 24 Fear not to be the servants of the t hald.
1 Ch.28. 20 fear not, nor be dismayed ; for the LORD
2 Ch. 6. 31 That they may fear thee, to walk in thy
6. 33 know, .and fear thee, as. .thy people Isr.
20. 3 Jehoshaphat feared, and set himself to
20. 17 fear not, nor be dismayed ; to morrow
Neh. i. 1 1 thy servants, who desire to fear thy name
7. 2 a faithful man, and feared God above
Job i. 9 said, Doth Job fear God for nought ?
9. 35 (Then) would I speak, and not fear him
11.15 thou shalt be stedfast, and shalt not fear
37. 24 Men do therefore fear him : he respecteth
Psa. 23. 4 I will fear no evil: for thou (art) with me
27. i The LoRD(is)my light, .whom shall I fe.?
27. 3 my heart shall not fear : though war
33. 8 Let all the earth fear the LORD : let all
34. 9 O fear the LORD, ye his saints : for (there
40. 3 many shall see (it), and fear, and shall
46. 2 Therefore will not we fear, though the
49. 5 Wherefore should I fear in the days of
52. 6 The righteous also shall see, and fear, and
55. 19 they have no changes, therefore they fear
56. 4 I will not fear what flesh can do unto me
64. 4 suddenly do they shoot at him, and fear
64. 9 all men shall fear, and shall declare the
67. 7 all the ends of the earth shall fear him
72. 5 They shall fear thee as long as the sun
76. 8 to be heard . .the earth feared, and was
86. 1 1 LORD, .unite my heart to fear thy name
102. 15 So the heathen shall fear the name of the
112. i Blessed (is) the man (that) feareth the L.
1 1 8. 6 The LORD (is) on my side ; I will not fear
119. 63 I (am) a companion of all. .that fear thee
Prov. 3. 7 fear the LORD, and depart <rom evil
24. 21 My son, fear thou the LohJ and the king
Eccl. 3. 14 God doeth (it), that (men) should fear
5. 7 also (divers) vanities : but fear thou God
8. 12 well with them, .which fear before him
12. 13 Fear God, and keep his commandments
Isa. 7. 4 Take heed, and be quiet ; fear not, neither
8. 12 A confederacy ; neither fear ye their fear
25. 3 the city of the terrible nations shall fear
35. 4 Be strong, fear not : behold, your God
41. 5 The isles saw (it), and feared ; the ends
41. 10 Fear thou not ; for I (am) with thee ; be
41.13 saying unto thee, Fear not ; I will help
41.14 Fear not, thou worm Jacob, (and) ye men
43. i O Israel, Fear not : for I have redeemed
43. 5 Fear not ; for I (am) with thee : I will
44. 2 Fear not, O Jacob, my servant ; and thou
51. 7 fear ye not the reproach of men, neither
54. 4 Fear not ; for thou shalt not be ashamed
54. 14 far from oppression ; forthou shalt notf.
57. ii of whom hast thou been afraid or feared
57. 1 1 even of old, and thou fearest me not ?
59. 19 So shall they fear the name of the LORD
Jer. 3. 8 yet her treacherous sister Judah feared
5. 22 Fear ye not me ? saith the LOKD : will ye
5. 24 Let us now fear the LORD our God, that
10. 7 Who would not fear thee, O king of
23. 4 they shall fear no more, nor be dismayed
30. 10 Therefore fear thou not, O my servant
32. 39 that they may fear me for ever, for the
40. 9 Fear not to serve the Chaldeans : dwell
44. 10 neither have they feared, nor walked in
46. 27 But fear not thou, O my servant Jacob
46. 28 Fear thou not, O Jacob my servant, saith
51. 46 lest your heart faint, and ye fear for the
Lam. 3. 57 I called upon thee. .thou saidst, Fear not
Eze. 3. 9 fear them not, neither be dismayed at
11. 8 Ye have feared the sword ; and I will
Dan. 10. 12 Then said he unto me, Fear not, Daniel
10. 19 O man greatly beloved, fear not : peace
Hos. 10. 3 We have no king, because we feared not
Joel 2. 21 Fear not, O land ; be glad and rejoice
Amos 3. 8 The lion hath roared, who will not fear ?
Jon. 1. 16 Then the men feared the LORD exceedin.
Mic. 7. 17 our God, and shall fear because of thee
Zeph. 3. 7 I said, Surely thou wilt fear me, thou
3. 16 it shall be said to Jerusalem, Fear thou
Hag. i. 12 and the people did fear before the LORD
2. 5 my spirit remaineth among you : fear ye
Zech. 8. 13 fear not, (but) let your hands be strong
8. 15 and to the house of Judah : fear ye not
9. 5 Ashkelon shall see (it), and fear ; Gaza
Mai. 2. 5 wherewith he feared rne, and was afraid
3. 5 and fear not me, saith the LORD of hosts
6. Fearing, reverencing, to; yare.
Gen. 22. 12 now I know that thou fearest God, seeing
32. 1 1 I fear him, lest he will come and smite me
42. 1 8 This do, and live ; (for) I fear God
Exod. 9. 20 He that feared the word of the LORD am.
18. 21 provide, .able men, such as fear God
Deut25_ 18 How he met thee. .and he feared not God
Judg. 7. 10 But if thou fear to go down, go thou with
1 Ki.iS. 3 Now Obadiah feared the LOUD greatly
2 Ki. 4. i thou knowest that thy servant did fear
17. 32 So they feared the LORD, and made unto
17. 33 They feared the LORD, and served their
17. 34 they fear not the LORD, neither do they
17. 41 So these nations feared the LORD, and se.
Job i. i one that feared God, and eschewed evil
1. 8 an upright man, one that feareth God, and
2. 3 an upright man. one that feareth God, and
Psa. 15. 4 but he honoureth them that fearthe LORD
22. 23 Ye that fear the LORD, praise him; all ye
22. 25 I will pay my vows before them that fear
25. 12 What man (is) he that feareth the LORD?
25. 14 secret of the LORD (is) with them that f.
31. 19 which thou hast laid up for them that f.
FEAR
Psa. 33. 18 the eye of the LORD (is) upon them that f.
34. 7 encampeth round about them that fear
34. 9 for . . no want to them that fear him
60. 4 Thou hast given a banner to them that f.
61. 5 given (me) the heritage of those that fear
66. 16 Come, .hear, all ye that fear God, and I
85. 9 his salvation (is) nigh them that fear him
03. 1 1 great is his mercy toward them that fear
03. 13 the LORD pitieth them that fear him
03. 17 the mercy . .is. .upon them that fear him
ii. 5 He hath given meat unto them that fear
15. ii Ye that fear the LORD, trust in the LORD
15. 13 He will bless them that fear the LORD
18. 4 Let them now that fear the LORD say, that
1 9. 74 They that fear thee will be glad when they
19. 79 Let those that fear thee turn uuto me, and
28. i Blessed (is) every one that feareth the L.
28. 4 thus shall the man be blessed that fear.
35. 20 ye that fear the LORD, bless the LORD
45. 19 will fulfil the desire of them that fear him
47. 1 1 LORD taketh pleasure in them that fear
Prov. 13. 13 he that feareth the commandment shall
14. 2 He that walketh in his uprightness fear.
14. 16 A wise (man) feareth, and departeth from
31. 30 a woman (that) feareth the LORD, she sh.
Eccl. 7. 1 8 he that feareth God shall come forth of
8. 12 shall be w^ll with them that fear God
8. 13 because he feareth not before God
9. 2 he that sweareth, as (he) that feareth an
Isa. 50. 10 Who (is) among you that feareth the L.
Jer. 26. 19 did he not fear the LORD, and besought
42. 16 the sword, which ye feared, shall over.
Dan. 1. 10 And the prince, .said unto Daniel, I fear
Jon. i. 9 I (am) an Hebrew; and I fear the LORD
Mai. 3. 1 6 Then they that feared the LORD spake
3. 16 abook. .was written, .forthemthat feared
4. 2 But unto you that fear my name shall
7. To fear, be afraid, terrified, Y~U! o.rats.
Job 31. 34 Did I fear a great multitude, or did the
Isa. 29. 23 sanctify, .and shall fear the God of Israel
8. To fear, be afraid, in pachad.
Deut 28. 66 thou shalt fear day and night, and shalt
28. 67 of thine heart wherewith thou shalt fear
Job 3. 25 For the thing which I greatly feared is
Psa. 78. 53 led them on safely, so that they feared
Isa. 19. 1 6 it shall be afraid and fear, because of the
44. 8 Fear ye not, neither be afraid : have not
44. ii they shall fear, .they shall be ashamed
60. 5 thine heart shall fear, and be enlarged
Jer. 33. 9 they shall fear and tremble for all the
Hos. 3. 5 shall fear the LORD and his goodness in
9. To fear, be afraid, in$ pachad, 3.
Prov 28. 14 Happy (is) the man that feareth alway
Isa. 51. 13 and hast feared continually every day
10. To fear, be afraid, frightened, tyj? saar.
Deut 32. 1 7 new (gods) . . whom your fathers feared not
ll.Tb be circumspect, cautious, ftiAa/StOjuat tulaben.
Acts 23. 10 the chief captain, [fearing] lest Paul should
12.7V) cause fear, terrify, <f>o/3(u phobeo.
Matt. i. 20 Joseph, thou son of David, fear not to
o. 26 Fear them not therefore : for there is
o. 28 And fear not them which kill the body
28 but rather fear him which is able to des.
0. 31 Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more val.
4. 5 he feared the multitude, because they
21. 26 if we shall say, Of men ; we fear the peo.
21. 46 they feared the multitude, because they
27. 54 they feared greatly, saying. Truly this
28. 5 the angel answered . . Fear nor ye ; for I
Mark 4. 41 they feared exceedingly, and said one to
5. 33 But the woman, fearing and trembling
6. 20 For Herod feared John, knowing that he
ii. 18 they feared him, because all the people
11. 32 if we shall say, Of men ; they feared the
12. 12 they sought to lay hold on him, but fear.
Luke i. 13 But the angel said unto him, Fear not
1. 30 And the angel said unto her, Fear not
1. 50 his mercy (is^ on them that fear him
2. 10 the angel said unto them, Fear not : for
5. 10 And Jesus said unto Simon. Fear not
8. 50 when Jesus heard (it), he answered. . Fe.
9. 34 they feared as they entered into the
9. 45 they feared to ask him of that saying
12. 5 I will forewarn you whom ye shall fear
12. 5 Fear him . . I say unto you . . Fear him
12. 7 Fear not therefore : ye are of more value
12. 32 Fear not, little flock ; for it is your Path.
18. 2 There was in a city a judge, which feared
1 8. 4 Though I fear not God, nor regard man
10. 21 For I feared thee, because thou art an
20. 19 they feared the people ; for they percei.
22. 2 might kill him; for they feared the people
23. 40 Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art
John r>. 22 These, .spake his parents, because they f.
12. 15 Fear not, daughter of Sion : l>ehold. thy
Acts 5. 26 for they feared the people, lest they
10. 2 A devout (man), and one that feared God
10. 22 Cornelius the centurion . . one that feareth
10. 35 But in every nation he that iVarrth him
13. 16 Men of Israel, and ye that fear (iod, give
13. 26 whosoever among you feareth (Jod, to
16. 38 they feared, when they heard that they
27. 17 fearing lest they should fall into the
27. 24 Fear not, Paul ; thou must be brought
27. 29 fearing lest we should have fallen upon
Rom. 1 1. 20 Well. .Be not hfgh-niiiided, but fear
2 Co. n. 3 I fear, lest, by any means, as the serpent
is. 20 I fear, lest, when I come, I shall not find
FEAR 339 FEEBLE
Gal. 2. 12 withdrew and separated himself, fearing
Col. 3. 22 but in singleness of heart, fearing God
Heb. 4. i Let us therefore fear, lest, a promise
ii. 27 By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing
13. 6 I will not fear what man shall do unto
i Pe. 2. 17 Honour all. .Fear God. Honour the
i Jo. 4. 18 He that feareth is not made perfect in
Rev. i. 17 Fear not ; I am the first and the last
2. 10 Fear none of those things which thou
ii. 1 8 them that fear thy name, small and gre.
14. 7 Saying with a loud voice, Fear God, and
15. 4 Who shall not fear thee, O Lord, and
19. 5 Praise our God, all . .ye that fear him
1 3. To have fear, <f>6fiov *xw phooon echo.
i 11. 5. 20 that sin rebuke . . that others also may fear
FEAR exceedingly, to
To be greatly afraid, terrified, ftpoftos tli/ai.
Heb. 12. 21 Moses said, I exceedingly fear and quake
FEAR, to be in
Tu fear, be afraid, "inp pachad.
Psa. 14. 5 There were they in great /ear : for God
53. 5 There were they in great fear, (where) no
FEAR, without
fearlessly, without fear, atfrdfiais aphobos.
Luke i. 74 we, being delivered, .serve him without f.
i Co. 16. 10 see that he may be with you without fear
Phil. i. 14 more bold to speak the word without fe.
Jude 12 feeding themselves without fear : clouds
FEAR of
Face of. .55 pene.
Judg. 9. 21 Jotham ran away, .for fear of Abimelech
i Sa. 21. 10 David arose, and fled that day for fear of
23. 26 David made haste to get away for fear of
Jer. 35. ii Come.and let us go to Jerusalem for fear of
35. ii and for fear of the army of the Syrians
37. ii was broken up from Jerusalem for fear of
41. 9 which Asa the king had made for fear of
50. 16 for fear of the oppressing sword they shall
FEAR, to put in
To make afraid, in; yare, 3.
Neh. 6. 14 the rest, .that would have put me in fear
6. 19 Tobiah sent letters to put me in fear
FEARED, to be
1.2V be feared, reverenced, tcryare, 2.
i Ch.i6. 25 he also (is) to be feared above all gods
Psa. 76. 7 Thou . . thou, (art) to be feared : and who
96. 4 the LORD . . he (is) to be feared above all
130. 4 forgiveness . . that thou mayest be feared
1. To fear, lie afraid, terrified, f~\y arats, 2.
Psa. 89. 7 God is greatly to be feared in the assem.
FEARED, that ought to be
Fear or reverence, (an object of), K"iio mora.
Psa. 76. ii presents unto him that ought to be feared
FEARETH, in that
"
Vone1
from or on account of his cautiousness, airb rr<s
tii\al3fia.s apo tes eulabeias.
Heb. 5. 7 to save . . and was heard in that he feared
FEARFUL
I. To be feared, reverenced, *r>lyare, 2.
Exod.is. ii LORD, fearful (in) praises, doing wond ?
Deut.28. 58 mayest fear this glorious and fearful na.
"Vi.Fe iring, K~I; yare.
Deut.2o. 8 What man. .fearful and faint hearted?
Judg. 7. 3 Whosoever (is) fearful and afraid, let
3. To be hasty, hastened, iria mahar, 2.
Isa. 35. 4 Say to them, .of a fearful heart, Be strong
4. Timid, Sfi\ds deilos.
Matt. 8. 26 Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith ?
Mark 4. 40 he said unto them, Why are ye so fear. ?
Rev. 21. 8 But the fearful, and unbelieving, and
5. Fearful, terrible, <f>o/3fpos phoberos.
Heb. 10. 27 But a certain fearful looking for of Judg.
FEARFUL sight
What is fearful or terrible, <f>6/3rtrpof,(f> 0r]Cpo-^
Luke2i. ii fearful sights and great signs shall there
FEARFUL thing
Fearful, terrible, <po/3epo
s phoberos.
Heb. 10. 31 a fearful thing to fall into the hands of
FEARFULLY
To be feared, reverenced, K~V yare, 2.
Psa. 139. 14 I will praise thee ; for I am fearfully(and)
FEARFULNESS
I. Fear, reverence, nsri yirah.
Psa. 55. 5 Fearfulness and trembling are come upon
2. Trembling, horror, fright, rrtsVs pallatsuth.
Isa. 21. 4 My heart panted, fearfulness affrighted
3. Trembling, TI^T readah.
Isa. 33. 14 fearfulness hath surprised the hypocrites
FEARING
Fearing, reverencing, N~V yare.
Josh. 22. 25 make our children cease from fearing the
FEARS
Terrors, C flnrir; chathcludtim.
Eccl. 12. 5 fears (shall be) in the way, and the almon.
FEAST
1. Festival, :n, art chag.
Exodio. 9 for we (must hold)a feast unto the LORD
12. 14 and ye shall keep it a feast to the LORD
13. 6 in the seventh day. .a feast to the LORD
23. 15 Thou shalt keep the feast of unleavened
23. 16 the feast of harvest, the first fruits of thy
23. 16 the feast of ingathering, .in the end of the
32. 5 said, To morrow (is) a feast to the LORD
34. 18 The feast of unleavened bread shalt thou
34. 22 thou shalt observe the feast of weeks, of
34. 22 the feast of ingathering at the year s end
34. 25 neither shall the sacrifice of the feast of
Lev. 23. 6 on the fifteenth day. .(is) the feast of unl.
23. 34 The fifteenth day. .(shall be) the feast of
23. 39 ye shall keep a feast unto the LORD seven
23. 41 ye shall keep it a feast unto the LORD
Num 28. 17 the fifteenth day of this month (is) the fe.
29. 12 ye shall keep a feast unto the LORD seven
Deut 1 6. 10 thou shalt keep the feast of weeks unto
16. 13 Thou shalt observe the feast of tabernac.
16. 14 thou shalt rejoice in thy feast, thou, and
16. 16 Three times, .in the feast of unleavened
16. 16 in the feast of weeks, and in the feast
31. 10 seven years, .in the feast of tabernacles
Judg2i. 19 a feast of the LORD in Shiloh yearly
1 Ki. 8. 2 all the men of Israel, .at the feast in
8. 65 And at that time Solomon held a feast
12. 32 Jeroboam ordained a feast in the eighth
12. 32 like unto the feast that (is) in Judah, and
12. 33 ordained a feast unto the children of
2 Ch. 5. 3 the men of Israel assembled, .in the feast
7. 8 at the same time Solomon kept the feast
7. 9 for they kept . . the feast seven days
8. 13 in the feast of unleavened bread
8. 13 in the feast of weeks, and in the feast of
30. 13 assembled . . much people to keep the fe.
30. 21 children of Israel, .kept the feast of
35. 17 the feast of unleavened bread seven
Ezra 3. 4 They kept also the feast of tabernacles
6. 22 kept the feast of unleavened bread seven
Neh. 8. 14 should dwell in booths in the feast of
8. 1 8 they kept the feast seven days ; and on
Eze. 45. 17 in the feasts, and in the new moons, and
45. 21 ye shall have the passover, a feast of
45. 23 seven days of the feast he shall prepare
45. 25 shall he do the like in the feast of the se.
46. ii in the feasts and in the solemnities, the
Hos. 9. 5 What will ye do. .in the day of the feast
Amos 8. 10 And I will turn your feasts into mourning
Zech 14. 1 6 and to keep the feast of tabernacles
14. 18, 19 not up to keep thefeast of tabernacles
2. Bread, eating, on1
? lechem.
Dan. 5. i Belshazzar the king made a great feast to
3. An appointed meeting, -lyio moed.
Lev. 23. 2 feasts of the LORD . . these (are) my feasts
23. 4, 37 These (are) the feasts of the LORD
23. 44 Moses declared, .the feasts of the LORD
2 Ch.3o. 22 they did eat throughout the feast seven
Zech. 8. 19 joy and gladness, and cheerful feasts
^.Contortion, perversion, JijJD maog.
Psa. 35. 16 With hypocritical mockers in feasts, they
5. Feast, drinking, nPKf P mishteh.
Gen. 19. 3 he made them a feast, and did bake
21. 8 Abraham made a great feast the. .day
26. 30 he made them a feast, and they did eat
29. 22 Laban gathered, .the men. .andmade af.
40. 20 he made a feast unto all his servants
Judgi4. 10 Samson made there a feast ; for so used
14. 12 declare, .within the seven days of the fe.
14. 17 And she wept, .while their feast lasted
1 Sa. 25. 36 held a feast in his house, like the feast of
2 Sa. 3. 20 David made Abner, and the men. .a feast
i Ki. 13. 15 Solomon, .made a feast to all his servants
Esth. i. 3 third year of his reign, he made a feast
i. 5 the king made a feast unto all the people
1. 9 Also Vashti the queen made a feast for
2. 18 made a great feast, .(even) Esther s feast
8. 17 the Jews had joy . . a feast and a good day
Prov. 15. 15 a merry heart (hath) a continual feast
Isa. 5. 12 the harp, .and wine, are in their feasts
25. 6 in this mountain shall, .make, .a feast
25. 6 a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things
Jer. 51. 39 In their heat I will make their feasts
6. Supper, Setwvov deipnon.
Matt 23. 6 love the uppermost rooms at feasts, and
Marki2. 39 seats, .and the uppermost rooms at feasts
Luke2o. 46 the scribes, .love, .the chief rooms at fe.
7 . Reception, 5ox^ dochc.
Luke 5. 29 Levi made him a great feast in his own
14. 13 when thou makest a feast, call the poor
8. Feast, festival, eoprri heorte.
Matt 26. 5 Not on the feast . . lest there be an uproar
27. 15 at (that) feast the governor was wont to
Markis. 6 at (that) feast he released unto them one
Luke 2. 41 to Jerusalem every year at the feat of
2. 42 to Jerusalem after the custom of the feast
22. i the feast of unleavened bread drew nigh i
23. 17 [must release one unto them at the feast]
John 4. 45 at the feast: for they, .went unto the feast
5. i After this there was a feast of the Jews
6. 4 the passover, a feast of the Jews, was
7. 2 the Jews feast of tabernacles was at hand
7. 8 this feast : I go not up. .unto this feast
7. 10 then went he also up unto the feast, not
7. ii the Jews sought him at the feast, and
7. 14 about the midst of the feast, Jesus went
John 7. 37 In. .that great (day) of the feast, Jesus
11. 56 that he will not come to the feast?
12. 12 much people that were come to the feast
12. 20 that came up to worship at the feast
13. i before the feast of the passover, when
13. 29 that we have need of against the feast
Acts 1 8. 21 [I must by all means keep this feast that]
FEAST of the dedication
Dedications, lyicaivia ejjkainia.
John 10. 22 at Jerusalem the feast of the dedication
FEAST, to
To make a feast, nwp.p nyy asah mishteh.
Job i. 4 his sons went and feasted (in their) houses
FEAST (day)
1. Festival, in, :n chag.
Hos. 2. 1 1 I will . . cau.se . . to cease, her feast days
Amos 5. 21 I hate, I despise your feast days, and /
2. Feast, festival, (opr-fi heorte.
Marki4. 2 Not on the feast (day), lest there be an
John 2. 23 in the feast (day), many believed in his
FEAST, to hold or keep (a solemn)
I. To hold, keep or observe a festival, iin chagag.
Exod. 5. i that they may hold a feast unto me in the
12. 14 ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance
23. 14 Three times thou shalt keep a feast unto
Lev. 23. 39 ye shall keep a feast unto the LORD seven
Deuti6. 15 Seven days shalt thou keep a solemn feast
2. To hold a feast, top-rdfa hfortazH.
i Co. 5. 8 let us keep the feast, not with old leaven
FEAST, set
Appointed meeting, *ijjic moed.
Num 29. 39 ye shall do . . in your set feasts, beside your
1 Ch.23- 31 all burnt sacrifices, .on the set feasts
2 Ch.3i. 3 for the new moons, and for the set feasts
Ezra 3. 5 set feasts of the LORD that were consecr.
Neh. 10. 33 for the set feasts . . and (for) all the work
FEAST, solemn
1..4 festival, in, ity chag.
Psa. 81. 3 Blow up the trumpet, .on our solemn fe.
Nah. 1.15 keep thy solemn feasts, perform thy vows
Mai. 2. 3 (even) the dung of your solemn feasts
2.Appointed meeting, "iyia moed.
Numis. 3 or in your solemn feasts, to make a sweet
2 Ch. 2. 4 the solemn feasts of the LORD our God
Lam. i. 4 because none come to the solemn feasts
?. 6 the LORD hath caused the solemn feasts
2. 7 a noise, .as in the day of a solemn feast
Eze. 36. 38 the flock of Jerusalem in her solemn fea.
46. 9 before the LORD in the solemn feasts
Hos. 2. ii I will . . cause . . to cease . . her solemn fea.
12. 9 dwell, .as in the days of the solemn feasts
3.Appointed meeting, .-nyio moadah.
2 Ch. 8. 13 on the solemn feasts, three times in the
FEAST with, to
To hold well icith, ffvvtvwxtu sunev.iJcheo.
2 Pe. 2. 13 sporting, .with, .while they feast with you
Jude 12 they feast with you, feeding themselves
FEASTING
Feast, drinking, nntf C mishteh.
Esth. 9. 17, 18 made it a day of feasting and gladness
9. 19 gladness and feasting, and a good day
9. 22 that they should make tl. em days of feas.
Job i. 5 when the days of. .feasting were pone jib.
Eccl. 7. 2 mourning than, .to the horse of feasting
Jer. 1 6. 8 Thou shalt not., go into the house of fea.
FEATHER
1. Wing, .TI?N ebrnh.
Psa. 68. 13 dove, .and her feathers with yellow gold
91. 4 He shall cover thee with his feathers
2.Feather, nyi notsah.
Eze. 17. 3 full of feathers, which had divers colours
17. 7 another great eagle with, .many feathers
Job 39. 13 or wings and feathers unto the ostrich ?
3. Feather, nyi notsah.
Lev. i. 16 shall pluck away his crop with his feath.
FEATHERED
Wing, 1J? kanaph.
Psa. 78. 27 He rained . . feathered fowls like as the
Eze. 39. 17 Speak unto every feathered fowl, and to
FED (beast)
\.Fat, firm, to? bari.
Eze. 34. 3 Ye eat the fat. .kill them that are fed
2. To be fed, ]?r zitn, 6 [V.L. ji;].
Jer. 5. 8 They were (as) fed horses in the morning
3. Falling, NT? men.
Isa. i. ii I am full of . .the fat of fed beasts; and I
FED, to be J" zun, "2. to be fed.
Dan. 4. 12 boughs thereof, and all flesh was fed of it
1. To feed, ny-iraah.
Psa. 37. 3 Trust in the LORD., verily thou shalt be f.
2. To fatten, satisfy, xoprdfa ehortazo.
Luke 1 6. 21 desiring to be fed with the crumbs which f.
FEEBLE
1. Weak, SIpCK amelal.
Neh. 4. 2 What do these feeble Jews? will thev t.
FEEBLE 310 FEET
2. To be feeble, Spn chashal, 2.
Duutzs- 18 he., smote., all., feeble behind thee, when
3. To bend or bow the knee, jrjp kara.
Job 4. 4 Uum hast strengthened the feeble knees
4.7V stumble, V? kashal.
2 Ch.28. 15 carried all the feeble of them upon asses
Psa. 105. 37 not one feeble (person)among their tribes
Isu. 35. 3 weak hands, and coniinn the feeble knees
5. Tn be stumbled, ^v? kashal, 2.
Zech. 12. 8 he that is feeble among them at that day
G.Xot abundant, great, mighty, T?; xi
1
? lo kabbir.
Isa. 1 6. 1 4 and the remnant . . very small . . feeble
7. Xot strong or bony, DisyKS lo atsum.
Prov 30. 26 The conies, .a feeble folk, yet make they
8. ]\ it/u>ut strength, acr8fvrts asthenes.
i Co. 12. 22 members, .which seem to be more feeble
9. To loose, disjoin, Trapa\v<a paraluo.
Heb. 12. 12 Wlurefore lift up. .the feeble knees
FEEBLE, to be
1.7*0 be feeble, covered, "$y. ataph, 5.
Gen. 30. 42 But when the cattle were feeble, he put
2. To faint, cease, be feeble, i\s pmj, 1.
Psa. 38. 8 I am feeble and sore broken : I have roar.
3. 7"o be or become feeble, n$-i raphah.
2 Sa. 4. i his hands were feeble, and all the Israel.
ze. 7. 17 All hands shall be feeble, and all knees
21. 7 all hands shall be feeble, and every spirit
FEEBLE, to wax
To be or become feeble, n*~i raphah.
Jer. 6. 24 our hands wax feeble : anguish hath tak.
49. 24 Damascus is waxed feeble, (and) tumeth
50. 43 hath heard, .and his hands waxed feeble
FEEBLE, to be waxed
To be or become weak, V.?H amal, 46.
i Sa. 2. 5 she that hath . . children is waxed feeble
FEEBLE minded
Of a little soul, faint-hearted, o\iyfyvxos oligops.
1 Til. 5. 14 comfort the feebleminded, support the
FEEBLENESS
Feebleness, ]V-i riphyon.
Jer. 47. 3 not look back . .for feeblenesss of hands
FEEBLER
To fie feeble,
r$j ataph.
Geii. 30. 42 so the feebler were Laban s, and the
FEED, to bestow to)
1. To eat, V;x akal.
Lam. 4. 5 They that did feed delicately are desolate
Dan. ii. 26 they that feed, .of his meat shall destroy
2. To cause to burn, consume, IK? baar, 3.
Exod22. 5 and shall feed in another man s field; of
3. To taste, oyo team.
Dan. 5. 21 they fed him with grass like oxen, and
4.7*0 cause to tear, feed, ^pp taraph, 5.
Prov. 30. 8 feed me with food convenient for me
5. To sustain, nourish, Sis kul, Sa.
2 Sa. 19. 33 Come thou over with me, and I will feed
20. 3 the king . . put them in ward, and fed them
i Ki. 17. 4 I have commanded the ravens to feed
1 8. 4 took an hundred prophets, .and fed them
18. 13 I hid an hundred men. .and fed them with
Zech n. 16 nor feed that that standeth still ; but he
6. 7"o feed, give to eat, oy^ laat, 5.
Gen. 25. 30 Esau said to Jacob, Feed me, I pray thee
7. To lead, tend, feed, Vn) nahal, 3.
Gen. 17. 17 he fed them with bread for all their cattle
8. To feed, n-firaah.
Gen. 2g. 7 water ye the sheep, and go (and) feed
30. 31 I will again feed (and) keep thy Hock
30. 36 Jacob fed the rest of Laban s flocks
36. 24 as he fed the asses of Zibeon his father
37. 12 his brethren went to feed their father s fl.
37. 13 Do not thy brethren feed, .in Shechem?
37. 16 tell me, I pray thee, where they feed
41. 2 well favoured kine. .fed in a meadow
41. 18 seven kine. .and they fed in a meadow
48. 15 the God which fed me all my life long
Kxod34. 3 neither let the flocks nor herds feed befo.
1 Sa. 17. 15 David went, .to feed his father s sheep at
2 Sa. 5. 2 Thou shall feed my people Israel, ami
7. 7 whom I commanded to feed my people I.
i Ch.ji. 2 Thou shalt feed my people Israel, and
17. 6 whom I commanded to feed my people
27. 29 And over the herds that fed in Sharon
Job 24. 2 they violently take away flocks, and feed
Psa. 28. 9 Save thy people, .feed them also, and lift
49. 14 laid in the grave ; death shall feed on
78. 71 he brought him to feed Jacob his people
78. 72 So he fed them according to the integrity
Prov 10. 21 The lips of the righteous feed many: but
15. 14 the mouth of fools feedeth on foolishness
Song i. 7 Tell me. .where thou feedest, where thou
1. SO thou fairest among women . .feed thy
2. 16 My beloved . . feedeth among the lilies
4. 5 young roes, .which feed among the lilies
6. 3 My beloved is gone down, .to feed in the
6. 3 my beloved (is) mine : he feedeth among
Is*. 5. 17 Then shall the lambs feed after their man.
Isa. ii. 7 And the cow and the bear shall feed
14. 30 the first born of the poor shall feed, and
27. 10 there shall the calf feed, and there shall
30. 23 in that day .shall thy cattle feed in large
40. M He shall feed his flock like a shepherd; he
44. 20 He feedeth on ashes : a deceived heart
49. 9 They shall feed in the ways, and their
61. 5 strangers shall stand and feed your flocks
65. 25 the wolf and the lamb shall feed together
Jer. 3. 15 pastors. . whichshall feed you with know.
6. 3 they shall feed every one in his plan-
23. 2 against the pastors that feed my people
23. 4 set up shepherds .. which shall feed tinm
50. 19 he shall feed on Caruiel and Bashan, and
Eze. .54. 2 Woe (be) to the shepherds, .that do feed
34. 2 should not the shepherds feed the 11. n-k.- !
34. 3 Ye eat the fat., (but) ye feed not the lU-U
34. 8 the shepherds fed themselves, and fed not
34. 10 cause them to cease from feeding the Hock
34. 10 neither shall the shepherds feed themsel.
34. 13 I will, .feed i,nem upon the mountains of
34. 14 I will feed them in a good pasture, and
34. 14 a fat pasture shall they feed upon the
34. 15 I will feed my flock, and I will cause them
34. 16 the fat. .1 will feed them with judgment
34. 23 one Shepherd . . and he shall feed them
34. 23 he shall feed them, and he shall be their
Hos. 4. 16 now the LORD will feed them as a lamb
9. 2 floor and the wine press shall not feed
12. i Ephraim feedeth on wind, and followeth
Jon. 3. 7 flock, .let them not feed, nor drink water
Mic. 5. 4 he shall stand and feed in the strength of
7. 14 Feed thy people with thy rod, the flock of
7. 14 let them feed (in) Bashan and Gilead, as
Z,eph. 2. 7 they shall feed thereupon : in the houses
3. 13 they shall feed and lie down, and none
Zech ii. 4 saith . . Feed the flock of the slaughter
ii. 7 I will feed the flock of slaughter, .you, O
ii. 7 And I took . . two staves . . and I fed the
ii. 9 Then said I, I will not feed you : that
9. To feed, pasture, ftoaKw bosko.
Matt. 8. 30 there was. .an herd of many swine feed.
Mark 5. n there was. .a great herd of swine feeding
5. 14 they that fed the swine fled, and told (it)
Luke 8. 32 there was. .an herd of many swine feed.
8. 34 When they that fed . . saw what was done
15. 15 he sent him into his fields to feed swine
John2i. 15 He saith unto him, Feed my lambs
21. 17 Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep
10. 7*o tend as a shepherd, irot/j.aivia poimaino.
John 21. 1 6 He saith unto him, Feed my sheep
Acts 20. 28 Take heed, .to feed the church of God
i Co. 9. 7 or who feedeth a flock, and eateth not of
i Pe. 5. 2 Feed the flock of God which is among
Jude 1 2 they feast . . feeding themselves without f .
Kev. 7. 17 For the Lamb . . shall feed them, and shall
11. To nourish, rptQta trepho.
Matt. 6. 26 yet your heavenly Father feedeth them
25. 37 LORD, when saw we thee. .and fed (thee)?
Lukei2. 24 Consider the ravens. .God feedeth them
Rev. 12. 6 that they should feed her there a thousand
1 2. To feed with bits as a child, $iefj.iw psomizii. Rom 12. 20 if thine enemy hunger, feed him ; if he
i Co. 1 3. 3 though I bestow all my goods to feed
FEED cattle, to
7 o tend as a shepherd, iroiuaivu poimaino.
Lukei7. 7 having a servant, .feeding cattle, will say
FEED to the full, to
To satisfy, fill, y$p saba, 5.
Jer. 5. 7 when I had fed them to the full, they
FEED with, to
l.To cause or give to eat, *??!< akal, 5.
Exodi6. 32 see the bread wherewith I have fed you
Deut. 8. 3 he humbled thee . . and fed thee with m.
8. 16 Who fed thee in the wilderness with in.
1 Ki. 22. 27 feed him with bread of affliction,and with
2 Ch. 18. 26 feed him with bread of affliction and with
Psa 80. 5 Thou feedest them with the bread of tears
81. 16 He should have fed them also with the
Isa. 49. 26 I will feed them, .with their own flesh
58. 14 I will, .feed thee with the heritage of Jae.
Jer. 9. 15 I will feed them, .with wormwood, and
23. 15 I will feed them with wormwood, and
Eze. 1 6. 19 oil, and honey, (wherewith) I fed thee
2. To give to drink, to water, rorlfti pufizil.
i Co. 3. 2 I have fed you with milk, and not with
FEEDING
To feed, ny-i raah.
Gen. 37. 2 Joseph, .was feeding the flock with his
Job 1.14 oxen were plowing, and the asses feeding
FEEDING place
/ fi-i/inij place, n^-ic mireh.
Nan. 2. ii Where(is). .the feedingplaceof the young
FEEL, to
l.To understand, feel, j
%3 6m.
Psa. 58. 9 Before your pots can feel the thorns, he
1. To know, jn; yada.
Job 20. 20 Surely he shall not feel quietness in his
Prov 23. 35 they have beaten me, (and) I felt (it) not
Keel. 8. 5 keepeth the commandment shall feel no
Z.Tofeel, touch, grope, 13 mush 5, [v.L. c*?;].
Judg 16. 26 3utfr me that I may feel the pillars where.
4. To feel, touch, sho mush.
Gen. 27. 21 Come near, I pray thee, that I may feel
5. To feel, search, grope, vyc viashash.
Gen.27. 12 My father perad venture will feel me, and
27. 22 Jacob went near, .and he felt him, aiid
6. To bejin lo know, yiv(i>TK(i> fjinoskd.
Mark 5. 29 she felt in. .body that she wa healed of
7. 7"o suffer, irdffxa paschii.
Acts 28. 5 he shook off the beast, .and felt no harm:
FEET, after, to--
To touch, handle, feel after, \)/Tj\a<pdtt> paSlaptiaS.
Acts 17. 27 if haply they might feel after him, and
FEELING, to be pat
To put away pain, aira.\ytta apalgeS.
Kph. 4. 19 Who being past feeling have given them.
FEELING of, to be touched with the
To suffer along with, ffv^iradtw sumpatheo.
Heb. 4. 15 cannot be,touched with the feeling of our
FEET
1. feet (place of the), ni 1?^^ margeloth.
Ruth. 3. 4 thou shalt go in, and uncover his feet, and
3. 7 she came softly, and uncovered his feet
3. 8 and, behold, a woman lay at his feet
3. 14 And she jay at his feet until the niurning
Dan. 10. 6 his feet like in colour to polished brass
1. Ancles, joints (of the feet), C*;>p"!j3 qarsullayim.
2 Sa. 22. 37 my steps, .so that my feet did not slip
Psa. 18 36 enlarged my steps. . that my feet did not
3. Feet, C ^T rctglayim.
Gen. 18. 4 wash your feet, and rest yourselves under
19. 2 tarry all night, and wash your feet, and
24. 32 to wash his feet, and the men s feet that
43. 24 gave, .water, and they washed their feet
49. 10 nor a lawgiver from between his feet, un.
49. 33 he gathered up his feet into the bed, and
Exod. 3. 5 put off thy shoes from off thy feet, for
4. 25 cast (it) at his feet, and said, Surely a bl.
12. ii loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and
24. 10 under his feet as it were a paved work of
25. 26 four corners that (are) on the four feet
30. 19 his sons shall wash, .their feet thereat
30. 21 they shall wash their hands and their feet
37. 13 the four corners that (were) in the four f.
40. 31 and his sous washed, .their feet thereat
Lev. 3. 24 upon the great toes of their right feet ; and
ii. 21 which have legs above their feet, to leap
ii. 23 creeping things, which have four feet
ii. 42 whatsoever hath more feet among all cr.
Nuni2o. 19-! will only, .go through on my feet
Deut. 2. 28 only I will pass through on iny feet
1 1. 24 whereon the soles of your feet shall tread
28. 57 one that cometh out from between her f.
33. 3 they sat down at thy feet ; (every one) sh.
Josh. 3. 13, 15 the feet of the priests that bare the
4. 3 place where the priest s feet stood linn
4. 9 in the place where the feet of the priests
4. 1 8 the soles of the priests feet were lifted
9. 5 old shoes and clouted upon their feet, and
10. 24 put your feet upon the necks of these ki.
10. 24 they, .put their feet upon the necks of
14. 9 land whereon thy feet have trodden shall
Judg. 3. 24 Surely he covereth his feet in his summer
4. 10 with ten thousand men at his feet: and
4. 15 so that Sisera. .fled away on his feet
4. 17 Sisera fled away on his feet to the tent of
5. 27 At her feet he bowed, .at her feet he bo.
19. 21 they washed their feet, and did eat and
1 Sa. 2. 9 He will keep the feet of his saints, and
14. 13 Jonathan climbed up upon, .his feet, and
24. 3 Saul went in to cover his feet : and David
25. 24 fell at his feet, and said. Upon me, my
25. 41 handmaid (be) a servant to wash the feet
2 Sa. 3. 34 Thy hands (were) not bound, nor thy feet
4. 4 Jonathan . . had a son . . lame of (his) feet
4. 12 they, .cut off their hands and their feet
9. 3 hath yet a son, (which is) lame on (his) f.
9. 13 Mephibosheth . . was lame on both his feet
11. 8 Go down to thy house, and wash thy feet
19. 24 had neither dressed his feet, nor trimmed
22. 10 came down; and darkness (was) under his f.
22. 34 He niaketh my feet like hinds (feet) ; and
22. 39 yea, they are fallen under my feet
1 Ki. 2. 5 and in his shoes that (were) on his feet
5.
4
3 until the LORD put them under, .his feet
14. 6 when Ahijah heard the sound of her feet
14. 12 when thy feet enter into the city, the ch.
15. 23 Nevertheless, .he was diseased in his feet
2 Ki. 4. 27 whttu she came, .she caught him by the f.
4. 37 Then she went in, and fell at his feet, and
6. 32 (is) not the sound of his master s feet be.
9. 35 they found no more of her than . the feet
13. 21 he revived, and stood upon his f. et
21. 8 Neither will I make the feet of Israel mo.
i Ch.28. 2 Then David the king stood up upon his f.
a Ch. 3. 13 and they stood on their feet, and their f.
16. 12 And Asa. .was diseased in his feet, until
Neh. 9. 21 waxed not old, and their feet swelled not
Ksth. 8. 3 Esther spake, .and fell down at his feet
Job 12. 5 He that is ready to slip with (his) feet (is
13. 27 Thou puttest my feet also in the stocks
13. 27 settest a print upon the heels of my feet
IB. 8 For he is cast into a net by his own feet
18. ii Terrors, .shall drive him to his feet
29. 15 I was eyes to the blind, and feet (was) I
30. i j they push away my feet, and they raise
FEET .341 FENCE
Job 33. ii He putteth my feet in the stocks, he ma.
J*8. K. 6 them hast put all (things) under his feet
18. 9 came down, .darkness (was) under his f.
18. 33 He maketh my feet like hinds (feet), and
18. 38 not able, .they are fallen under my feet
22. 16 they pierced my hands and my feet
25. 15 for he shall pluck my feet out of the net
31. 8 thou hast set my feet in a large room
40. 2 He. .set my feet upon a rock, (and)estali.
47. 3 He shall subdue . . the nations under our f .
56. 13 (wilt) not (thou deliver) my feet from fnl.
t6. 9 and suffercth not our feet to be moved
73. 2 my feet were almost gone ; my steps had
105. 18 Whese feet they hurt with fetters : he
115. 7 feet have they, but they walk not ; neith.
116. 8 eyes from tears, (and) my feet from falling
119. 59 and turned my feet unto thy testimonies
119. "101 refrained my feet from every evil way
119. 105 Thy word (is) a lamp unto my feet, and
122. 2 Our feet shall stand within thy gates, O
Prov. i. 16 their feet run to evil, and make haste to
4. 26 Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all
5. 5 Her feet go down to death ; her steps ta.
6. 13 he speaketh with his feet, he teauheth
6. 18 feet that be swift in running to mischief
6. 28 upon hot coals, and his feet not be burn.?
7. ii her feet abide not in her house
19. 2 and he that hasteth with (his) feet sinne.
26. 6 sendeth a message, .cutteth off the feet
Song 5. 3 I have washed my feet ; how shall I defl.
Isa. 3. 16 and making a tinkling with their feet
6. 2 with twain he covered his feet, and with
7. 20 shave, .the head, and the hair of the feet
23. 7 own feet shall carry her afar off to sojou.
26. 6 foot shall tread it down, (even) the feet
28. 3 The crown . . shall be trodden under feet
32. 20 (thither) the feet of the ox and the ass
41. 3 way (that) he had not gone with his feot
49. 23 and lick up the dust of thy feet; and thou
52. 7 feet of him that bringeth good tidings
59. 7 feet run to evil, and they make haste to
60. 13 will make the place of my feet glorious
60. 14 themselves down at the soles of thy feet
Jer. 13. 16 before your feet stumble upon the dark
14. 10 they have not refrained their feet
18. 22 pit to take me, and hid snares for my f.
38. 22 thy feet are sunk in the mire, (and) they
Lam. i. 13 he hath spread a net for my feet; he hath
3. 34 crush under his feet all the prisoners of
Eze. i. 7 their feet (were) straight feet ; and the
1. 7 sole of their feet (was) like, .calf s foot
s. i stand upon thy feet, and I will speak unto
2. 2 set me upon my feet, that I heard him
3. 24 set me upon my feet, and spake with me
16. 25 hast opened thy feet to every one that
24. 17 put on thy shoes upon thy feet, and cover
24. 23 and your shoes upon your feet : ye shall
25. 6 stamped with the feet, and rejoiced in
32. 2 troubledst the waters with thy feet, and
34. 18 tread down with your feet the residue of
34. 18 ye must foul the residue with your feet?
34. 19 that which ye have trodden with your feet
34. 19 that which ye have fouled with your feet
37. 10 stood up upon their feet, an exceeding
43. 7 the place of the soles of my feet, where
Nah. i. 3 and the clouds (are) the dust of his feet
1. 15 feet of him that bringeth good tidings
Hab. 3. 5 and burning coals went forth at his feet
3. 19 and he will make my feet like hinds
Zech.i4. 4 his feet shall stand in that day upon
14. 12 consume, .while they stand upon their f.
Mai. 4. 3 ashes under the soles of your feet in the
4. Foot, hr\ regal.
Dan. 2.33 his feet part of iron and part of clay
2. 34 upon his feet (that were) of iron and clay
2. 41 thou sawest the feet and toes, part of
2. 42 (as) the toes of the feet (were) part of iron
7. 4 made stand upon the feet as a man, and a
7. 7 stamped the residue with the feet of it
7. 19 and stamped the residue with his feet
5. Foot, TTOVS pous.
Matt. 7. 6 lest they trample them under their feet
10. 14 depart, .shake off the dust of your feet
15. 30 came, .and cast them down at Jesus feet
18. 8 two feet to be cast into everlasting flre
18. 29 [his fellow servant fell down at his feet]
28. 9 they came and held him by the feet, and
Hark 5. 22 and when he saw him, he fell at his feet
6. 1 1 shake off the dust under your feet for a
7. 25 heard of him . . came and fell at his feet
9. 45 than having two feet to be cast into hell
Luke i. 79 to guide our feet into the way of peace
7. 38 stood at his feet, .began to wash his feet
7. 38 kissed his feet, and anointed (them) with
7. 44 thou gavest me no water for my feet
7. 44 she hath washed my feet with tears, and
7 45 woman, .hath not ceased to kiss my feet
7. 46 woman hath anointed [my feet] with oint.
8. 35 sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed, and
8. 41 he fell down "at Jesus feet, and besought
9. 5 shake off the very dust from your feet
10. 39 Mary, which also sat at Jesus feet, and
15. 22 ring on his hand, and shoes on (his) feet
17. 16 fell down on (his) face at his feet, giving
24. 39 Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I
24. 40 [showed them (his) hands and (his) feet]
JohniT. a and wiped his feet with her hair, whose
11. 32 she fell down at his feet, saying unto him
12. 3 anointed the feet, .and wiped his feet
13. 5 began to wash the disciples feet, and to
13. 6 Peter saith. .Lord, dost thou wash my f. ? I
John 13. 8 saith. .Thou shalt never wash my feet
13. 9 not my feet only, but also (my) hands and
13. 10 He. .needeth not save to wash (his) [feet]
13. 12 after he had washed their feet, aud had
13. 14 If I then, (your) Lord, .washed your feet
13. 14 ye also ought to wash one another s feet
20. 12 one at the head, and the other at the feet
Acts 4. 35 And laid (them) down at the apostles feet
4. 37 money, and laid (it) at the apostles feet
5. 2 a . . part, and laid (it) at the apostles feet
5. 9 the feet of them which have buried thy
5. 10 fell she down straightway at his feet
7. 33 Put off thy shoes from thy feet: for the
7. 58 laid . . their clothes at a young man s feet
10. 25 fell down athis feet, and worshipped (him)
13. 25 whose shoes of (his) feet I am not worthy
13. 51 shook off the dust of their feet against
14. 8 impotent in his feet, being a cripple from
14. 10 Stand upright on thy feet. And he leaped
16. 24 and made their feet fast in the stocks
21. ii and bound his own hands and feet, and
22. 3 yet brought up. .at the feet of Gamaliel
26. 1 6 stand upon thy feet : for I have appeared
Rom. 3. 15 Their feet (are) swift to shed blood
10. 15 feet of them that preach the gospel of
16. 20 bruise Satan under your feet shortly
i Co. 12. 21 nor again the head to the feet, I have no
15. 25 he hath put all enemies under his feet
15. 27 For he hath put all things under his feet
Eph. i. 22 hath put all (things) under his feet, and
6. 15 your feet shod with the preparation of
i Ti. 5. 10 if she have washed the saints feet, if she
Heb. 2. 8 all things in subjection under his feet
12. 13 make straight paths for your feet, lest
Rev. i. 15 his feet like unto fine brass, as if they
1. 17 when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead
2. 18 and his feet (are) like fine brass
3. 9 them to come and worship before thy feet
10. i the sun, and his feet as pillars of flre
11. ii into them, and they stood upon their feet
12. i a woman, .with., the moon under her feet
13. 2 was like unto a leopard, and his feet were
19. 10 I fell at his feet to worship him. And he
22. 8 to worship before the feet of the angel
6. Stepping, foot, basis, j8d<m basis.
Acts 3. 7 feet and ancle bones received strength
FEIGN, to
1. To devise, feign, soj bada.
Neh. 6. 8 thou feignest them out of thine own heart
2. To pretend, be judged under a mask, viroKplvo-
/UCH hupokrinomai.
Luke2o. 20 which should feign themselves just men
FEIGN self to be another, to
To make self a stranger, 154 nakar, 7.
1 Ki. 14. 5 shall feign herself (to be)another (woman)
14. 6 why feignest thou thyself (to be) another?
FEIGN self to be a mourner, to
To show self a mourner, *?jx abal, 7.
2 Sa. 14. 2 I pray, .feign thyself to be a mourner
FEIGNED
1. Deceit, ncio mirmah.
Psa. 17. i prayer, (that goeth) not out of feigned
I.Shaped, formed, ir\atTr6s plastos.
2 Pe. 2. 3 with feigned words make merchandise of
FEIGNEDLY
Falsehood, -$y sheqer.
Jer. 3. 10 not. .with her whole heart, but feignedly
FE -IIX, *f}Ai phelix, (from Latin felix}, happy. A cruel Roman procurator of Judica, appointed (after
Oumanus) by the emperor Claudius, whose freedman
he was. A.D. 51-58.
Acts 23. 24 and bring (him) safe unto F. the governor
23. 26 Claudius Lysias unto the. .governor F.
24. 3 We accept (it) always . . niost noble F.
24. 22 When F. heard these things . . he deferred
24. 24 after certain days, when F. came with
24. 25 as he reasoned of righteousness. .F.
24. 27 after two years P. Festus came into F.
25. 14 There is a certain man left in bonds by F.
FELL, to
To cause to fall, *?} naphal, 5.
2 Ki. 3. 19 shall fell every good tree, and stop all
3. 25 and they, .felled all the good trees : only
FELLER
To cut off, rn? karath.
Isa. 14. 8 Since thou.. no feller is come up against us
FELLING
To cause to fall, *?5} naphal, 5.
2 Ki. 6. 5 as one was felling a beam, the ax head f.
FELLOES
Spokes (of a wheel), c ps n chishshuqim.
i Ki. 7. 33 felloes, and their spokes, (were) all molten
FELLOW
I.A man, individual, e> N ish.
T Sa. 29. 4 Make this fellow return, that he may go
1.A man, riatJ enosh.
JudgiS. 25 lest angry fellows run upon thee, and thou
^.Companion, I2n chabcr.
Psa. 45. 7 God . . hath anointed thee . . above thy fci.
Keel. 4. 10 they fall, the one will lift up his fellow
Isa. 44. ii all big fellows shall be ashamed ; and
Kze. 37. 19 and the tribes of Israel his fellows, and
4. Companion, ijn chabar.
Dan. 2. 13 sought Daniel and his fellows to be Main
2. 18 that Daniel and his fellows sh/nild not
5. Companion, .Tizir; chabrah.
Dan. 7. 20 whose look, .more stout than his fellovs
6. Fellow, fell-owshin, n Oj; amith.
Zechi 3 . 7 Awake ! . against the man (that is) my fell.
7. Friend, jp. rea.
Kxod. 2. 13 Wherefore smitest thou thy fellow?
Judg. 7. 13 a man that told a dream unto his fellow
7. 14 And his fellow answered and said, This
7. 22 set every man s sword against his fellow
1 Sa. 14. 20 every man s sword was against his fellow
2 Sa. 2. 16 caught every one his fellow by the head
2. 16 and (thrust) his sword in his fellow s rid*
Isa. 34. 14 and the satyr shall cry to his fellow
Jon. i. 7 they said every one to his fellow, Come
Zech. 3. 8 thou, and thy fellows that sit before thee
S. Friend, njp. reah [V.L. .vjp rayah\
Judgn. 37 and bewail my virginity, I and my fellowg
9.^4 man, avf]p aner.
Acts 17. 5 certain lewd fellows of the baser sort
10. Companion, comrade, iraipos hetairos.
Matt. 1 1. 16 like, .children, .calling unto their "[fell.]
11. Partner, holding with others, jueroxoy metochos.
Heb. i. 9 God. .hath anointed thee. .above thy feL
FELLOWSHIP
I. Fellowship, deposit, T nc^i;) tesumeth yad.
Lev. 6. 2 commit a trespass, .in fellowship, or in
I.Fellmoship, communion, tcoivaivia koinf/nia.
Acts 2. 42 in the apostles doctrine and fellowship
1 Co. i. 9 by whom ye were called unto the fellow.
2 Co. 8. 4 the fellowship of the ministering to the
Gal. 2. 9 they gave, .the right hands of fellowship
Eph. 3. 9 see what (is) the [fellowship] of the mys.
Phil. i. 5 For your fellowship in the Gospel from
2. i if any fellowship of the Spirit, if any
3. 10 That I may know, .the fellowship of his
1 Jo. i. 3 that ye also may have fellowship with u&
i. 3 truly our fellowship (is) with the Father
i. 6 If we say that we have fellowship with
i. 7 we have fellowship one with another, ai:d
3. Partnership, a holding with, ^trox^l metoche.
2 Co. 6. 14 what fellowship hath righteousness with
[See also Base, citizen, disciple, heir, helper, labourer,
pestilent, prisoner, servant, soldier, such, this, work,
worker, yoke.]
FELLOWSHIP with, to have
1. To be joined, ijn chabar, 4.
Psa. 94. 20 Shall . . iniquity have fellowship with
2. To become apartaker, KOIKCVOS yivo^ai koinanosg.
i Co. 10. 20 that ye should have fellowship with dev.
3. To be a joint partaker with, crvyKoivwvtca svgko.
Eph. 5. ii have no fellowship with the unfruitful
FELT, to be
To (cause to) feel, touch, grope, vy$ maslscfh, 5.
Exod.io. 21 there, .be darkness, .(which) may be felt
FEMALE
\.A woman, female, wife, nyx ishshak.
Gen. 7. 2 male and his female, .male and his fern.
2.A female, n^p: neqebah.
Gen. i. 27 God created man. .male and female crea.
5. 2 Male and female created he them ; and
6. 19 living thing . . they shall be male and fern.
7. 3 Of fowls also. . the male and the female
7. 9 There went in. .the male and the female
7. 16 they that went in, went in male and fern.
. Lev. 3. i whether, .a male or female, he shall offer
3. 6 male or female, he shall offer it without
4. 28 he shall bring, .a female without blemish
4. 32 he shall bring, .a female without blemish
5. 6 he shall bring, .a female from the flock
12. 7 the law for her that hath born, .a female
27. 4 if it (be) a female, then thy estimation
27- 5 thy estimation shall be. .for the female
27. 6 for the female thy estimation, .three sh.
27. 7 thy estimation . . for the female ten shekels
Num. 5. 3 Both male and female shall ye put out
Deut. 4. 16 and make, .the likeness of male or fern.
S.Female, (from 6i)\-fi, teat), 6rj\vs thflus.
Matt 19. 4 that he . . made them male and female
Markio. 6 But. .God made them male and female
Gal. 3. 28 there is neither male nor female : for ye
FEN
Mire, swamp, ^3 bitstsah.
Job 40. 21 lieth . . in the covert of the reed, and fer.s
FENCE
Hedge, wall, iij gader.
Psa. 62. 3 shall be., as a bowing wall, .a tottering/.
FENCE, to
1. To fence, pty azaq, 3.
Isa. 5. 2 he fenced it, and gathered out the stones
2. To hedge, fence, "^v suk, 3a.
Job 10. ii Thou, .hast fenced me with bones and
FENCE 342 FIELD
PENCE up, to
To hedge or wall up, "n| gadar.
Job 19. 8 He hath fenced up my way that I cannot
FENCED
I. To fence, cut of, -i*3 batsar.
Deut. 3. 5 All these cities (were) fenced with high
q. i to possess . . cities great, and fenced up to
28. 52 until thy high and fenced walls come
Josh. 14. 12 (that) the cities (were) great (and) fenced
2 Sa. 20. 6 lest he get him fenced cities, and escape
2 Ki. 18. 13 did.. come up against all the fenced cities
IQ. 25 thou shouldst be to lay waste fenced cit.
2 Ch.i 7. 2 he placed forces in all the fenced cities
19. 5 throughout all the fenced cities of Judah
32. i and encamped against the fenced cities
33. 14 put captains of war in all the fenced cit.
Isa. 2. 15 every high tower, and . . every fenced wall
.ler. 15. 20 I will make thee. .a fenced brasen wall
Kze. 36. 35 ruined cities (are become) fenced, (and)
Uos. 8. 14 and Judah hath multiplied fenced cities
Zeph. i. 16 A day of. .alarm against the fenced cities
2. Fenced place, iyap mibtsar.
Num32. 17 shall dwell in the fenced cities because
32. 36 Beth-minrah, and Beth-haran, fenced cit.
Josh. 10. 20 that the rest, .entered into fenced cities
19. 35 the fenced cities (are) Ziddim, Zer, and
1 Sa. 6. 1 8 of fenced cities, and of country villages
a Ki. 3. 19 ye shall smite every fenced city, and ev.
10. 2 chariots . . a fenced city also, and armour
17. 9 the tower of the watchmen to the fenced
18. 8 the tower of the watchmen to the fenced
2 Ch.i?. 19 whom the king put in the fenced cities
Jer. 5. 17 they shall impoverish thy fenced cities
S.Bulwark, tixp matsor.
2 Ch. 8. 5 fenced cities, with walls, gates, and bars
4. Bulwark, .TWXO inetsurah.
2 Ch.n. 23 he dispersed of all. .unto every fenced c.
12. 4 And he took the fenced cities which
14. 6 he built fenced cities in Judah : for the
it. 3 their father gave them, .fenced cities in
FENCED, to be
To be or become full, K^ip male, 2.
2 Sa. 23. 7 But the man . .must be fenced with iron
FENCED city
Bulwark, >"nixp metsurah.
2 Ch.n. 10 in Judah and in Benjamin fenced cities
FENCED, most
Fenced place, "I^PP mibtsar.
Dan. n. 15 king, .shall, .take the most fenced cities
FERRET
A ferret, hedgehog, rtjjjt? anaqah.
Lev. it. 30 And the ferret, and the chameleon, and
FERRY boat
Ferry boat, x~]L abarah.
2 Sa. 19. 18 there went over a ferry boat to carry over
FERVENT
1. Extended, stretched out, txTtyfis ektenes.
1 Pe. 4. 8 above all things have fervent charity am.
2. To boil, be hot, fervid, 4ta zed.
Rom 12. ii Not slothful, .fervent in spirit ; serving
FERVENT, to be
To boil, be hot, fervid, tta zed.
Acts 18. 25 being fervent in the spirit, he spake and
FERVENT mind
Zeal, fervour, TJ\OS selos.
2 Co. 7. 7 told us. .your fervent mind toward me
FERVENTLY
In an outstretched manner, fitrtvias ektenos.
i Pe. i. 22 love one another with a pure heart ferv.
FES -TTJS, *7)o-To$ (from Latin festus).
Porcius Festus, the successor of "Felix as procurator of
Judiea. A.D. 58-62.
Acts 24. 27 after two years Porcius F. came into F.
25. i when F. was come into the province
25. 4 F. answered, that Paul should be kept at
25 . 9 F., willing to do the Jews a pleasure
25. 12 F., when he had conferred with the cou.
25. 13 Bernice came untoCswarea to salute F.
25. 14 F. declared Paul s cause unto the king
25. 22 Then Agrippa said unto F., I would also
25. 23 at F. s commandment Paul was brought
25. 24 F. said, King Agrippa, and all men which
26. 24 F. said with a loud voice, Paul, thou art
26. 25 But he said, I am not mad, most noble F.
26. 32 Then said Agrippa unto F., This mau
FETCH, to
1.7*0 gather, i? asaph.
a Sa. ii. 27 David sent and fetched her to his house
2.7V) cause to come in, bring in, Ki3 bo, 5.
Neh. 8. 15 Go forth unto the mount, and fetch olive
3. To take, receive, rijjV laqach.
Gen. 18. 5 I will fetch a morsel of bread, and comf.
18. 7 Abraham, .fetched a calf tender and good
27. 9 Go now to the flock, and fetch me from
27. 13 only obey my voice, and go fetch me
27. 14 And he went, and fetched, and brought
27. 45 I will send and fetch thee from thence
42. 16 Send one of you, and let him fetch your
Ezod. 2. 5 saw the ark . . she sent her maid to fetch
Deut 19. 12 the elders of his city shall send and fetch
24. 19 thou shall not go again to fetch it : it
30. 4 and from thence will he fetch thee
Judgn. 5 the elders of Gilead went to fetch Jeph.
18. 18 these, .fetched the carved image, the
20. 10 to fetch victual for the people, that they
1 Sa. 4. 3 Let us fetch the ark of the covenant of
10. 23 And they ran and fetched him thence
16. ii Samuel said unto Jesse, Send and fetch
20. 3 now send and fetch him unto me, for he
26. 22 one of the young men come, .and fetch it
2 Sa. 4. 6 (as though) they would have fetched wh.
9. 5 David . .fetched him out of the house of
14. 2 Joab sent to Tekoah, and fetched thence
1 Ki. 7. 13 Solomon sent and fetched Hiram out of
9. 28 they came to Ophir, and fetched from
17. 10 Fetch me. .a little water in a vessel, that
17. ii as she was going to fetch (it), he-called to
2 Ki. 6. 13 spy where he (is), that I may send and f.
11. 4 Jehoiada sent and fetched the rulers over
Isa. 56. 12 I will fetch wine, and we will fill ourselves
Jer. 36. 21 So the king sent Jehudi to fetch the roll
4.7*0 lift up, Kf} nasa.
2 Oh. 12. ii the guard came and fetched them, and
Job 36. 3 I will fetch my knowledge from afar, and
FETCH (a pledge), to
To obtain a pledge, 03^ abat.
Deut 24. 10 not go into his house to fetch his pledge
FETCH a stroke, to
To be driven away, rnj nadach, 2.
Deut 1 9. 5 his hand fetcheth a stroke with the ax to
FETCH about, to
To go or bring round about, 235 sabab, 3.
2 Sa. 14. 20 To fetch about this form of speech hath
FETCH forth, to
To causa to come out, bring out, xy; yatsa, 5.
Jer. 26. 23 they fetched forth Urijah out of Egypt
FETCH heme again, to
To cause to dime back, 3ie> shub, 5.
2 Sa. 14. 13 in that the king doth not fetch home again
FETCH out
l.To cause to come, out, xy; yatsa, 5.
Num2o. 10 must we fetch you water out of this rock?
2.7*0 lead out, tdy<a exago.
Acts 16. 37 let them come themsel. and fetch us out
FETCH up, to
l.As No. 2.
2 Ch.i. 17 they fetched up, and brought forth out
2. 7*0 cause to come up, n*?y alah, 5.
1 Sa. 6. 21 come ye down, (and) fetch it up to you
7. i the men . . fetched up the ark of the LORD
FETCHED, to be
To be taken, npV laqach, 6.
Gen. 18. 4 Let a little water, I pray you, be fetched
FETTER
I. Fetter, "?3f kebeL
Psa.ios. 18 Whose feet they hurt with fetters : he
149. 8 To bind . . their nobles with fetters of iron
2. Chains, fetters, D jst ziqqim.
Job 36. 8 And if. .bound in fetters.. be holden in
3. Brass, n^n; nechosheth.
2 Sa. 3. 34 hot bound, nor thy feet put into fetters
2 Ch.33. ii and bound him with fetters, and carried
36. 6 Nebuchadnezzar . . bound him in fetters
4. Fetter (for the feet), irtSrj pede.
Mark 5. 4 he had been often bound with fetters and
5. 4 and the fetters broken in pieces : neither
Luke 8. 29 was kept bound with chainsand in fetters
FETTER of brai
Brass, nyru nechosheth.
Judgi6. 21 took, .and bound him with fetters of brass
2 Ki.25. 7 and bound him with fetters of brass
FEVER
\.Fever, burning heat, nrnp qaddachath.
Deut 28. 22 The LORD shall smite thee. .with a fever
2. Fiery heat, fever, irvptr&s /)( / AIV.
Mutt. 8. 15 he touched her hand, and the fever left
Mark i. 31 the fever left her, and she ministered
Luke 4. 38 wife s mother was taken with ftgnatfev.
4. 39 he stood over her, and rebuked the fever
John 4. 52 at the seventh hour the fever left him
Acts 28. 8 the father of Publius lay sick of a fever
FEVER, to be sick of a
To be in a fever, irvptffffca 2>uresso.
Matt. 8. 14 he saw his wife s mother, .sick of a fever
Mark i. 30 Simon s wife s mother lay sick of a fever
FEW
1. Single ones, cnn.x achadim.
Gen. 27. 44 tarry with him a few days, until thy broth.
29. 20 and they seemed unto him . . a few days
Dan. ii. 20 but within few days_he shall be destro.
I.Few, a small company, nytp mizar.
Isa. 24. 6 inhabitants, .are burned, and few men
3..-1 little, few, eyp meat.
Gen. 47. 9 ftw and evil have the days of ..my life been
Lev. 25. 52 if there remain but few years unto the
N umi3. 18 whether they, .strong or weak, few or m.
26. 54 to few thou shall give the less inheritance
26. 56 shall, .be divided between many and few
35. 8 from (them that have) few ye shall give
Josh. 7. 3 make not all to labour, .for they, .few
i Sa. 14. 6 no restraint . . to save by many or by few
17. 28 with whom hast thou left those few sheep
i Ch.i6. 19 When ye were., even a few, and btrangera
a Ch.2g. 34 the priests were too few, so that they
Neli. 7. 4 the people (were) few therein, and the
Job 10. 20 (Are) not my days few? cease, .let me
1 sa. 109. 8 Let his days be few. .let another take his
ccl. 5. 2 God (is) in heaven, .let thy words be few
9. 14 a little city, and few men within it ; and
Isa. 10. 7 off nations not u few ; Jer. 42. 2 ; Eze. 5. 3.
3. Men offewness, ayp Qtf [incthim].
Deut 26. 5 sojourned there with a few, and became
28. 62 ye shall be left few in number, whereas
l.Men, D JT? methitn.
Gen. 34. 30 I. .few in nnmber, they shall gather them.
Deut. 4 27 ye shall be left few in number ; Ps. 105. 12.
4. Men of number, "iC9 TO [methini].
i Ch.i6. 19 When ye were but few. .and strangers in
5. Short, I5fi5 qatser.
Job 14. i Man . . born of a woman (is) of few days
Q.A number, ~i$PP mispar.
Num. 9. 20 when the cloud was a few days upon the
Deut 33. 6 Let Reuben Iive . . let (not) his men be few
Job 16. 22 When a few years are come, then I shall
Isa. 10. 19 the rest of the trees, .shall be few, that
Eze. 12. 16 I will leave a few men of them from the
7. Little, feu; 0X170* oligos.
Matt. 7. 14 which leadeth unto life, and few there be
9. 37 truly, .plenteous, but the labourers, .few
15. 34 they said, Seven, and a few little fishes
20. 16 [for many be called, but few chosen]
22. 14 For many are called, but few. .chosen
Mark 6. 5 he laid his hands upon a few sick folk
8. 7 they had a few small fishc s : and he bles.
Lukeio. 2 truly (isjgreat, but the labourers (are) few
13. 23 Lord, are there few that be saved? And
Acts 17. 4 Greeks, .and of the chief women not afew
17. 12 of honourable women . .of men, not a few
Heb. 12. 10 For they verily for a few days chastened
1 Pe. 3. 20 wherein few, that is, eight souls were
Rev. 3. 4 Thou hast a few names even in Sardia
FEW, few things
Little, few, bxiyos oligos. .
Matt25. 21, 23 hast been faithful over a few things
Luke 12. 48 that knew not. .shall be beaten with few
Kev. 2. 14, 20 I have a few things against thee, beca.
FEW words, a
Concisely, briefly, avt>r6/j.ws sitntomos.
Acts 24. 4 that thou wouldest hear, .a few words
FEW words, in (a)
1. In (or through) short space, 8ia jSpaxtW dia brack.
Heb. 13. 22 I have written a letter, .in a few words
2. In a little, briefly, tv b\iy<? en olig<~>.
Eph. 3. 3 the mystery; as I wrote afore in few wo.
FEW, to be, borrow, or give
l.To be or become few, BJJ? maat.
Jer. 30. 19 multiply them, and they shall not be few
l.To become few, aye maat, 3.
Eccl. 12. 3 the grinders cease, because they are few
3.To make feu; ays maat, 5.
Num.35. 8 > e shall give few : every one shall give
2 Ki. 4. 3 borrow thee vessels, .borrow not a few
FEW in number, to make
7*o make few, aye maat, 5.
Lev. 26. 22 beasts, .which shall, .make you few in n.
FEW, some or very
A feu; Byo meat.
Neh. 2. 12 I arose in the night, I and some few men
Psa. 105. 12 When they were (but) . . very few. and sir.
FEWER, FEWEST
Few, cyp meat.
Num. 33. 54 to the fewer ye shall give the less inher.
Deut. 7. 7 for ye (were) the fewest of all people
FEWNESS
7*o be feu; ay? maat.
Lev. 25. 16 according to the fewness of years thou
FIDELITY
Faith, stedfastness, -irlffris pistis.
Titus 2. io Not purloining, but showing all. .fidelity
K I K.T.T)
I. Earth, land, p erels.
Eze. 29. 5 I have given. .to the beasts of the field
1.Field, open country, T3 bar.
Dan. 2. 38 the beasts of the field . . hath he given
4. 12 beasts of the field had shadow under it
4. 15, 23 leave the stump, .in. .grass of the fle.
4. 21 under which the beasts of the field dwelt
4. 23 his portion (be) with . . beasts of the field
4. 25, 32 thy dwelling, .with, .beasts of the fle.
3. Without, out place, nn chuts.
Job 5. io Who. .sendeth waters upon the fields
Prov. 8. 26 While as yet he had not made, .the fields
FIELD 343
^.Portion, rgSn chelqah.
2 Sa. 14. 30 .toab s Held (is) near mine, and he hath
14. -,o Absalom s servants set the field on tire
14. 3! have thy servants set my field ou lire?
6. Level place, field, nn? sadeh.
Gen 2 5 every plant of the field before it was in
2. 5 every herb of the field before it grew
2. 19 LORD God formed every beast of the field
2. 20 gave names to. .every beast of the field
;. i more subtile than any beast of the field
3 14 cursed .. above every beast of the field
"3. 18 and thou shalt eat the herb of the field
4. 8 came to pass, when they were in the fie.
23. 9 the cave . .which (is) in the end of his fl.
23. ii the field give I thee, and the cave that
2 , 13 I will give thee money for the field ; take
23 17 the field of Ephron, which (was) in Mac.
23! 17 the field, and the cave which (was) there.
23. 17 and all the trees that (were) in the field
23. 19 buried Sarah, .in the cave of the field
23. 20 the field, and the cave, .were made sure
24. 63 Isaac went out to meditate in the field
24. 65 What man. .walketh in the field to meet
25. 9 in the field of Ephron . . which (is) before
25. 10 Ths field which Abraham purchased of
25. 27 was a cunning hunter, a man of the field
25. 29 Esau came from the field, and he (was)
27. 3 take, .thy weapons, .and go out to the f.
27. 5 Esau went to the field to hunt (for) veui.
27. 27 the smell . .(is) as the smell of a field
29. 2 he looked, and behold a well in the field
30. 14 Reuben, .found mandrakes in the field
30. 1 6 Jacob came out of the field in the even.
31. 4 Jacob . . called Rachel . . to the field unto
33. 19 he bought a parcel of a field, where he
34. 5 his sons were with his cattle in the field
7 the sons of Jacob came out of the field
34. 28 They took, .that which (was) in the field
36. 35 who smote Midian in the field of Moab
37. 7 we (were) binding sheaves in the field
37 . 15 and, behold, (he was) wandering in the f.
30. 5 blessing, .was upon all he had. .in the fl.
41. 48 the food of the field, which (was) round
47. 20 the Egyptians sold every man his field
47. 24 shall be your own, for seed of the field
49. 29, 30 in the cave that (is) in the field of
49. 30 which Abraham bought with the field of
49. 32 The purchase of the field and of the cave
50. 1 3 buried him in the cave of the field of
50. 13 which Abraham bought with the field
Exod. 1.14 and in all manner of service in the field
8. 13 and the frogs died, .out of the fields
9. 3 upon thy cattle which (is) in the field
9. 19 gather, .all that thou hast in the field
9. 19 every man and beast, .found in the field
9. 21 left his servants and his cattle in the fie.
9. 22 may be hail .upon every herb of the fie.
q. 25 the hail smote, .all that (was) in the field
9. 25 the hail smote every herb of the field
9. 25 the hail, .brake every tree of the field
10. 5 which groweth for you out of the field
10. 15 remained not any. .thing, .in. .the field
16. 25 to day ye shall not find it in the field
22. 5 If a man shall cause a field . .to be eaten
22. 5 his beast . .feed in another man s field
22. 5 of the best of his own field . . shall he
22. 6 If fire break out. .so that, .the field, be
22. 31 flesh (that is) torn of beasts in the field
23. ii what they leave the beasts of the field
:$. 1 6 labours, which thou hast, .in the field
23. 16 gathered in thy labours out of the field
23. 29 lest, .the beast of the field multiply
Lev. 14. 7 let the living bird loose into the .. field
14. *3 let go the living bird., into the open fields
17. "5 which they offer in the open field, even
ID. 9 thou shalt not wholly reap, .thy field
19. 19 thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled
23. 22 thou shalt not make clean, .thy field
25. 3 Six years thou shalt sow thy field, and
25. 4 thou shalt neither sow thy field, nor
25. 12 ye shall eat the increase, .out of the fiel
2=. 31 villages, .shall be counted as the fields o
25. 34 the field of the suburbs of their cities
26. 4 the trees of the field shall yield their
27. 16 if a man shall sanctify, .of a field of his
27. 17 If he sanctity his field from the year of
2- 1 8 if he sanctify his field after the jubilee
27. 19 if he that sanctified the field will in any
27. 20 And if he will not redeem the field, or if
2- 20 if he have sold the field to another man
27. 21 But the field . .shall be. .as a field devoted
27. 22 a field, .which (is) not of the fields of his
27. 24 the field shall return unto him of whom
7. 28 no devoted thing, .of the field, .shall be
f. 14 or. .inheritance of fields and vineyards
19. 16 one. .slain with a sword in the open fields
20. 17 we will not pass through the fields, or
21. 22 we will not turn into the fields, or into
22. 4 as the ox licketh up the grass of the field
22. 23 the ass turned, .and went into the field
23. 14 he brought him into the field of Zophim
Deut. 5. 21 shalt thou covet thy neighbour s, .field
7. 22 lest the beasts of the field increase upon
11.15! will send grass in thy field for thy cattle
14. 22 that the field bringeth forth year by year
20. 19 for the tree of the field (is) man s (life)
21. i If (one) be found slain, .lying in the field
22. 25 But if a man find a. .damsel in the field
22. 27 he found her in the field, .the betrothed
24. 19 When thou cuttest down . .in thy field
24. 19 and hast forgot a sheaf in the field, thou
Deut 28. 3 and blessed (shalt) thou (be) in the fleld
28. 16 and cursed (shalt) thou (be) in the fleld
28. 38 Thou shalt carry . . seed out into the fleld
Josh. 8. 24 all the inhabitants of Ai in the field, in
15. 18 that she moved him to ask . .a fleld
21.12 But the fields, .gave they to Caleb the son
Judg. i. 14 that she moved him to ask. afield
5. 4 when thou marchedst out of the fleld of
5. 1 8 people, .jeoparded their lives, .in. .thefl.
9. 27 they went out into the fields, and gath.
9. 32 thou and the people . .lie in wait in the ft.
9. 42 that the people went out into the fleld
9. 43 he took, .and laid wait in the fleld, and
9.44 ran upon all. .that (were) in the flelds
13. 9 the angel . . came . . as she sat in the fleld
19. 16 there came an old man . . out of the fleld
20. 31 of which one goeth. .to Gibeah in the fle.
Kutli 2. 2 Let me now go to the fleld, and glean
2. 3 she. .gleaned in the fleld after the reap.
2. 3 her hap was to light on a part of the fle.
2. 8 Go not to glean in another fleld, neither
2. 9 (Let) thine eyes (be) on the field that
2. 17 So she gleaned in the fleld until even
2. 22 that they meet thee not in any other fleld
4. 5 What day thou buyest the fleld of the
1 Sa 4. 2 they slew of the army in the fleld about
6. 14 the cart came into the fleld of Joshua, a
6. 1 8 unto this day in the fleld of Joshua, the
8. 14 he will take your flelds, and your viney.
ii. 5 Saul came after the herd out of the fleld
14. 15 was trembling in the host, in the fleld
17. 44 I will give thy flesh .. to .. beasts of the fl.
19. 3 stand beside my father in the fleld where
20. 5 that I may hide myself in the fleld unto
20. 1 1 Come, and let us go out into the fleld
20. 1 1 they went out both of them into the field
20. 24 So David hid himself in the fleld : and
20. 35 Jonathan went out into the fleld at the
22. 7 will the son of Jesse give . . you flelds and
25. 15 with them, when we were in the flelds
30. ii And they found an Egyptian in the fleld
2 Sa. i. 21 neither, .rain upon you, nor flelds of
10. 8 Syrians of Zoba . . by themselves in the fl.
1 1 . 1 1 servants . . are encamped in the open flelds
11. 23 the men. .came out unto us into the fleld
14. 6 and they two strove together in the fleld
17. 8 as a bear robbed of her whelps in the fleld
1 8. 6 So the people went out into the fleld
20. 12 he removed Amasa. .into the fleld, and
21. 10 day, nor the beasts of the fleld by night
1 Ki. 2. 26 Get.. to Anathoth, unto thine own flelds
1 1 . 29 and they two (were) alone in the fleld
14. ii him that dieth in the fleld shall the fowls
16. 4 him that dieth of his in the fields shall
21. 24 him that dieth in the fleld shall the fowls
2 Ki. 4. 39 one went out into the fleld to gather he.
7. 12 are they gone, .to hide, .in the fleld
8. 6 Restore, .all the fruits of the field since
9. 25 cast him in the portion of the fleld of N.
9. 37 shall be as dung upon the face of the fleld
18. 17 which (is) in the highway of the fuller s fl
19. 26 they were (as) the grass of the fleld, and
1 Ch. i. 46 which smote Midian in the fleld of Moab
6. 56 the flelds. .they gave to Caleb the son of
16. 32 let the flelds rejoice, and all that (is)
19. 9 kings that were come (were), .in the fleld
27. 25 over the store houses in the flelds, in the
27. 26 over them that did the work of the field
2 Ch. 26. 23 they buried him . . in the fleld of the burial
31. 5 brought, .of all the increase of the field
31. 19 in the flelds of the suburbs of their cities
Neh. ii. 25 And for the villages, with their flelds
11. 30 at Lachish, and the fields thereof, at Az.
12. 29 out of the flelds of Geba and Azmaveth
12. 44 to gather into them out of the flelds of
13. 10 Levites. .were fled every one to his fleld
Job 5. 23 be in league with the stones of the fleld
5 . 23 the beasts of the field shall be at peace
24. 6 They reap, .his corn in the fleld : and they
40. 20 where all the beasts of the fleld play
Psa. 78. 12 Marvellous things did he in. .the fleld of
78. 43 wrought . .his wonders in the fleld of Zoan
103. 15 as a flower of the fleld, so he flourisheth
107. 37 And sow the flelds, and plant vineyards
132. 6 we found it in the flelds of the wood
Prov 23. 10 enter not into the flelds of the fatherless
24 27 and make it fit for thyself in the fleld
24. 30 I went by the fleld of the slothful, and by
27. 26 and the goats (are) the price of the fleld
31. 16 She considereth a fleld, and buyeth it
Eccl. 5. 9 the king (himself) is served by the fleld
Song 2. 7 I charge you.. by the hinds of the fleld
3. 5 I charge you. .by the hinds of the fleld
7. ii Come, .let us go forth into the fleld ; let
Isa. 5. 8 Woe unto them, .(that) lay fleld to fleld
7. 3 pool in the highway of the fuller s fleld
32. 12 They shall lament, for the pleasant flelds
36. 2 pool in the highway of the fuller s fleld
37. 27 they were (as) the grass of the fleld, and
40. 6 all the goodliness. .as the flower of the fl.
43. 20 The beast of the fleld shall honour me
55. 12 all the trees of the fleld shall clap, .hands
Jer. 6. 12 flelds and wives together: for I will
6. 25 Go not forth into the fleld, nor walk by
7. 20 poured out. .upon the trees of the fleld
8. 10 I give, .their flelds to them that shall
9. 22 shall fall as dung upon the open fleld
12. 4 shall, .the herbs of every fleld wither
12. 9 assemble all the beasts of the fleld, come
13. 27 abominations on the hills in the fleld
14. 5 the hind also calved in the fleld, and
14. 18 If I go forth into the field, then behold
FIELD
Jer. 17. 3 O my mountain in the field, I will give
26. 18 Zion shall be plowed, .a fleld, and Jeru.
27. 6 the beasts of the fleld -have I given him
28. 14 I have given him the beasts of the fleld
32. 7 Buy thee my fleld that (is) in Anathoth
32. 8 Buy my fleld, I pray thee, that (is) in A.
32. 9 I bought the fleld of Hanameel my uncle s
32. 15 Houses and fields, .shall be possessed
32. 25 Buy thee the fleld for money, and take
32. 43 And fields shall be bought in this land
32. 44 Men shall buy fields for money, and sub.
35. 9 neither have we vineyard, nor fleld, nor
40. 7,13 all the captains of the forces . . in the fl.
41. 8 we have treasures in the fleld, of wheat
Eze. 7. 15 he that (is) in the fleld shall die with the
16. 5 but thou wast cast out in the open fleld
16. 7 thee to multiply as the bud of the fleld
17. s seed, .and planted it in a fruitful fleld
17. 24 all the trees of the fleld shall know that I
20. 46 prophesy against the forest of the . . fleld
26. 6 her daughters which (are) in the fleld
26. 8 He shall slay, .thy daughters in the fleld
29. 5 thou shalt fall upon the open fields ; thou
31. 4 little rivers unto all the trees of the fleld
31. s was exalted above all the trees of the fl.
31. 6 did all the beasts of the fleld bring forth
31. 13 all the beasts of the fleld shall be upon
31. 15 all the trees of the fleld fainted for him
32. 4 I will cast thee forth upon the open field
33. 27 him that (is) in the open fleld will I give
34. s became meat to all the beasts of the fleld
34. 8 became meat to every beast of the fleld
34. 27 the tree of the fleld shall yield her fruit
36. 30 I will multiply, .the increase of the fleld
38. 20 the beasts of the fleld. .shall shake at my
39. 4 give thee unto, .the beasts of the fleld to
39. 5 Thou shall fall upon the open fleld : for I
39. 10 they shall take no wood out of the fleld
39. 17 Speak unto, .every beast of the fleld
Hos. 2. 12 and the beasts of the fleld shall eat them
2. 1 8 a covenant, .with the beasts of the fleld
4. 3 with the beasts of the fleld , and with the f.
Joel i. 10 The fleld is wasted, the land mourneth
i. ii because the harvest of the fleld is perished
i. 12 all the trees of the fleld, are withered
i. 19 flame hath burned all the trees of the fl.
1. 20 The beasts of the fleld cry also unto thee
Obad. 19 possess the fields of Ephraim, and the fl.
Mic. i. 6 will make Samaria as an heap of the fleld
2. 2 they covet fields, and take, .by violence
2. 4 turning away he hath divided our fields
3. 12 Therefore shall Zion. .be plowed, .a field
4. 10 thou shalt dwell in the field, and thou
Zech. 10. i the LORD shall . . give . . grass in the fleld
Mai. 3. ii your vine cast her fruit, .in the fleld
6. Level places, *i\p sadai.
Deut 32. 13 that he might eat the increase of the fleld
Psa. 8. 7 All .. oxen, yea, and the beasts of the field
50. ii and the wild beasts of the fleld (are) mine
80. 13 the wild beast of the fleld doth devour rt
96. 12 Let the fleld be joyful, and all that (is)
104. 1 1 They give drink to every beast of the fl.
Isa. 56. 9 All ye beasts of the fleld, come to devour
Jer. 4. 17 As keepers of a fleld, are they against her
18. 14 of Lebanon .. from the rock of the fleld?
Lam. 4. 9 pine away.. for.. the fruits of the fleld
Hos. 10. 4 as hemlock in the furrows of the fleld
12. ii their altars (are) as heaps in. .the fields
Joel 2. 22 Be not afraid, ye beasts of the fleld : for
7. Field, nryvy shedemah.
Deut 32. 32 For their vine (is), .of the fields of Com.
2 Ki.23 . 4 he burned them, .in the fields of Kidrpn
Isa. 16. 8 the fields of Heshbon languish.. the vine
Hab. 3. 17 the fields shall yield no meat; the flock
S.Fields (cultivated), D 3J? yegebim.
Jer. 39. 10 Nebuzar-adan. .gave them, .fields at the
9.As No. 7 [v. L. n-c-iB-].
Jer. 31. 40 all the fields unto the brook of Kidron
10. Field, iyp6s agros.
Matt 6 28 Consider the lilies of the fleld, how they
6 30 if God so clothe the grass of the fleld
13! 24 a man which sowed good seed in his fleld
i\ 27 didst not thou sow good seed in thy fleld T
13 31 svhich a man took, and sowed in his fleld
13 36 Declare, .the parable of the tares of thefl.
13! 38 The fleld is the world ; the good seed are
13 44 is like unto treasure hid in a fleld
44 selleth all. .he hath, and buyeth that fleld
24! 1 8 Neither let him which is in the fleld return
24. 40 Then shall two be in the fleld ; the one
27 7 bought with them the potter s fleld, to
27. 8 that fleld was called, The fleld of blood
27 10 gave them for the potter s fleld, as the L.
Markis 16 let him that is in the field not turn back
Lukei2. 28 the grass, which is to day in the fleld, and
15. 15 he sent him into his fields to feed swine
15- 25 ^ow nis eljer son was in the field : and
17 7 when he is come from the fleld, Go and
17 7i he that is in the fleld, let him likewise
17. 36 [Two. .shall be in the fleld ; the one sh.]
11. .4 space, open country, xfy>
chor&-
John 4. 35 Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields
Jas. s- 4 labourers who. .reaped down your fields
12.A little space or place, \uplov chorion.
Acts i 18 Now this man purchased a fleld with the
i. 19 that fleld is called. .The fleld of blood
PIERCE
FIERCE
I. Fierce, ijjht akzar.
Job 41. io None (is so) fierce that dare stir him up
2.Heat, jinn charon.
Exod32. 12 Turn from thy fierce wrath, and repent of
Num 25. 4 that the fierce anger of the LORD may be
32. 14 to augment yet the fierce anger of the L.
1 Sa. 28. 1 8 nor executedst his fierce wrath upon Am.
2 Ch.28. ii the fierce wrath of the LORD (is) upon you
28. 13 and (there is) fierce wrath against Israel
29. io that his fierce wrath may turn away from
Psa. 88. 16 Thy fierce wrath goeth over me ; thy ter.
Isa. 13. 9 cruel both with wrath and fierce anger
13. 13 remove, .in the day of his fierce anger
Jer. 4. 8 the fierce auger of the LORD is not turned
4. 26 cities, .were broken down, .by his fierce
12. 13 ashamed, .because of the fierce anger of
25. 37 are cut down because of the fierce anger
25. 38 is desolate, .because of his fierce anger
30. 24 The fierce anger of the LORD shall not re.
49. 37 I will bring evil upon them, .my fierce a.
51. 45 deliver, .from the fierce anger of the LORD
Lam. 1.12 LORD hath afflicted . . in. .his fierce anger
4. 1 1 he hath poured out his fierce anger, and
Jon. 3. 9 God will . .turn away from his fierce an.
Zeph. 2. 2 before the fierce anger of the LORD come
3. 8 to pour upon them, .all my fierce anger
S.Heat, "inchori.
1 Sa. 20. 34 So Jonathan arose, .in fierce anger, and
Isa. 7. 4 for the fierce anger of Rezin with Syria
Lam. 2. 3 He hath cut off in. .fierce anger all the
4. To be strong, iy; yaaz, 2.
Isa. 33. 19 Thou shnlt not gee a fierce people, a peo.
5. Strong, ty az.
Gen. 49. 7 Cursed (be) their anger, for (it was) fierce
Deut 28. 50 A nation of fierce countenance, which
Isa. 19. 4 and a fierce king shall rule over them
Dan. 8. 23 a king of fierce countenance, .shall stand
6.A"o< mild, savage, avfjufpos anemeros.
2 Ti. 3. 3 false accusers, incontinent, fierce, desp.
7. Hard, <rK\i]p6s skleros.
Jas. 3. 4 Behold also the ships, .driven of fierce
9. Dangerov^, fierce, injurious, ^a\tir6s chalepos.
Matt. 8. 28 exceeding fierce, so that no man might
FIERCE, to be
To be sharp, acute, light, Tin chadad.
Hab. i. 8 Their horses, .are more fierce than. .wol.
FIERCE, to be the more
To be strong upon, iiri<rxv<a epischuo.
Luke23. 5 An<l they were the more fierce, saying
FIERCE lion
A (roaring) lion, *?nv shachal.
Job 4. 10 the voice of the fierce lion, and the teeth
io. 16 Thou huntest me as a fierce lion ; and
28. 8 not trodden . . nor the fierce lion passed by
FIERCENESS
1. Ifeat, pin charon.
Deut. 1 3. 17 that the LORD may turn from the fierce.
.Tosh. 7. 26 So the LORD turned from the fierceness
2 Ki. 23. 26 the LORD turned not from the fierceness
2 Ch. 30. 8 that the fierceness of his wrath may turn
Psa. 78. 49 He cast upon them the fierceness of his
85. 3 thou hast turned, .from the fierceness of
Jer. 25. 38 is desolate because of the fierceness of the
Hos. ii. 9 I will not execute the fierceness of mine
Nah. i. 6 who can abide in the fierceness of his a. ?
2. Shaking, trembling, Pjp raash.
Job 39. 24 He swalloweth the ground with fierceness
3. Wrath, 6vfj.of thumos.
Rev. 1 6. 19 the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his
19. 15 the wine press of the fierceness and wrath
FIERCER, to be
To be sharp, hard, n^jj qashah.
2 Sa. 19. 43 the words of the men of Judah were fler.
FIERY
I. Fire, B"K esh.
Psa. 21. 9 Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven in
2. Fire, *: nur.
Dan. 3. 6, n, is into the midst of a burning fiery f.
3. 17 to deliver us from the burning fiery turn.
3. 20 to cast (them) into the burning fiery fur.
3. 21 cast into the midst of the burning fiery f.
3. 23 fell down bound into, .the burning fiery f.
3. 26 came near to. .the burning fiery furnace
7. 9 his throne . . the fiery flame . . his wheels
7. io A fiery stream . .came forth from before
3. Burning one, r\~iy saraph.
Num2i. 6 the LORD sent fiery serpents among the
Deut. 8. 15 fiery serpents, and scorpions, and drought
4. Fire, irvp pur.
Heb.io. 27 But a certain fearful looking for of. .fiery
5. To be set on fire, irupoo^ai puroomai.
Eph. 6. 16 ye shall be able to quench all the fiery
FIERY serpent
Burning one, f\~ry saraph.
Num.2i. 8 Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon
Isa. 14. 29 his fruit (shall be) a fiery flying serpent
30. 6 whence . . the viter and fiery flying serpent
344
FIERY trial -
A burning, irvptaffis purosis.
1 Pe. 4. 12 concerning the fiery trial which is to try
F-IKTKKBf
I. Five (and) ten, "fyy n^pn or rrtyy ron [chamesh],
Gen. 5. 10 Enos lived, .eight hundred arid fifteen ye.
7. 20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters pre.
Exniby. 14 The hangings of one side, .fifteen cubits
27. 15 on the other side, .hangings fifteen (cubi.)
38. 14 The hangings of the one side, .fifteen cu.
38. 15 on this., and that., hangings of fifteen cub.
Lev. 27. 7 then thy estimation shall be fifteen she.
Judg. 8. 10 their hosts with them, about fifteen tho.
2 Sa. q. 10 Ziba had fifteen sons and twenty servants
19 17 Ziba. .his fifteen sons and his twenty
1 Ki. 7. 3 (lay) on forty five pillars, fifteen (in) a row
2 Ki. 1 4. 1 7 Amaziah . . lived after . . Jehoash . . fifteen y.
20. 6 And I will add unto thy days fifteen yea.
2 Ch. 25. 25 of Jehoahaz king of Israel, fifteen years
Isa. 38. 5 I will add unto thy days fifteen years
Eze. 45. 12 five and twenty shekels, fifteen shekels
Hos. 3. 2 So I bought her to me for fifteen, .of ail.
2.Five and ten ,~\yy\ e en chamesh ve-asar.
Gen. 25. 7 an hundred threescore and fifteen years
ExodsS. 25 seven hundred and threescore and fifteen
Num3i. 37 six hundred and threescore and fifteen
3. Ten (and) Jive, SfKatrefTf dekapente.
Johnn. 18 Bethany was. .about fifteen furlongs off
Acts 27. 28 they sounded again, and found (it) fifteen
Gal. i. 18 to see Peter, and abode with him fifteen
4. Seventy five, tf&ofj.fiKovra
irtvTf. [hebdomekonta].
Acts 7. 14 all his kindred, threescore and fifteen
FIFTEENTH
I. Five (and) ten, "ipy wan chamishshah asar.
Exodi6. i on the fifteenth day of the second month
Lev. 23. 6 on the fifteenth day. .the feast of unleav.
23. 34 The fifteenth day of the seventh month
23. 39 Also in the fifteenth day. .ye shall keep a
Nuni28. 17 in the fifteenth day of this month (is) the f.
29. 12 on the fifteenth day. .ye shall have an
33. 3 they departed, .on the fifteenth day of
i Ki.i2. 32 ordained a feast, .on the fifteenth day of
12. 33 the fifteenth day of the eighth month
i Ki.i4. 23 In the fifteenth year of Amaziah the son
1 Ch.24. 14 The fifteenth to Bilgah, the sixteenth to
25. 22 The fifteenth to Jeremoth . . his sons, and
2 Ch.is. 10 they gathered, together, .in the fifteenth
Esth. 9. 18 on the fifteenth, .of the same they rested
9. 21 and the fifteenth day of the same, yearly
Eze. 32. 17 in the fifteenth, .of the month, .the word
45. 25 in the fifteenth day of the month, shall
2.Five and tenth, irej/TeKcuSe /caTos pentekaidekatos.
Luke 3. i in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiber.
FIFTH
1.Fifth, TPB, T Pn chamishshi, chamishi.
Gen. i. 23 the evening and . . morning were the fifth
30. 17 she conceived, and bare Jacob the fifth
47. 24 that ye shall give the fifth, .unto Pharaoh
Lev. 19. 25 in the fifth year shall ye eat of the fruit
22. 14 he shall put the fifth, .thereof unto it
27. 13 he shall add a fifth, .thereof unto thy
27. 15, 19 he shall add the fifth, .of the money
27. 27 he. .shall add a fifth (part) of it thereto
27. 31 he shall add thereto the fifth, .thereof
Num. 5. 7 he shall, .add unto it the fifth, .thereof
7. 36 On the fifth day Shelumiel the son of Z.
29. 26 on the fifth day nine bullocks, two rams
33. 38 died . . in the first (day) of the fifth month
Josh. 19. 24 the fifth lot came out for the tribe . . of A.
Judg.ig. 8 he arose early, .on the fifth day to depart
2 Sa. 3. 4 the fifth, Shephatiah the son of Abital
1 Ki. 14. 25 it came to pass, in the fifth year of king R.
2 Ki. 25. 8 in the fifth month . .came Nebuzar-adan
1 Ch. 2. 14 Nethaneel the fourth, Raddai the fifth
3. 3 The fifth, Shephatiah of Abital ; the sixth
8. 2 Nohah the fourth, and Rapha the fifth
13. 10 Mishmannah the fourth, Jeremiah, .fifth
34. 9 The fifth to Malchijah, the sixth to Mij.
25. 12 The fifth to Methaniah. .his sons, and his
26. 3 Elam the fifth, Jehohanan the sixth, Eli.
26. 4 Sacar the fourth, and Nethaneel the fifth
27. 8 The fifth (captain) for the fifth month
2 Ch. 12. 2 in the fifth year. .Shishak. .came up
Ezra 7. 8 he came to Jerusalem in the fifth month
7. 9 on the first, .of the fifth month came he
Jer. i. 3 of Jerusalem captive in the fifth month
28. i it came to pass, .in the fifth month, (that)
36. 9 it came to pass in the fifth year of Jehoi.
52. 12 in the fifth month, .came ]Sebuzar-adan
Eze. i. 2 fifth . .of the month, which (was) the fifth
20. i it came to pass . . in the fifth (month)
Zech. 7. 3 Should I weep in the fifth month, .as I
7. 5 When ye fasted and mourned in the fifth
8. 19 the fast of the fifth, .shall be. .joy and
%.Five, nypn, e>pn chamesh, chamishshah.
2 Ki. 8. 16 in the fifth year. . Jehoram . . began to
Neh. 6. 15 the wall was finished in the twenty andfi.
Eze. i . i in the fifth . . of the month . . the heavens
i. 2 In the fifth . . of the month . . the fifth yea.
8. i in the sixth (month), in the fifth, .of the
33. 21 in the tenth (month), in the fifth, .of the
3. Fifth, W/uirTor pemptos.
Rev. 6. 9 when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw
9. i the fifth angel sounded, and I sawa starf.
FIFTY
Rev. 16. 10 the fifth angel poured out his vial upon
21. 20 The fifth, sardonyx ; the sixth, sardiua
FIFTH part
Fifth, Tppn, Vpn chamishshi, chamishi.
Lev. 5. 16 he. .shall add the fifth part thereto, and
6. 5 he. .shall add the fifth part more thereto
1 Ki. 6. 31 the lintel (and) side posts (were) a fifth p.
FIFTH part, to take iip the
To take fifth part, rank or place, cfcn dirniiesh, 3.
Gen. 41. 34 Let Pharaoh, .take up the fifth part of
FIFTH, (rib)
Fifth (part or rib), e>?n chomesh.
2 Sa. 2. 23 Abner. .smote him under the fifth (rib)
3. 27 Joab . . smote him there under the fifth (r.)
4. 6 and they smote him under the fifth (rib)
20. 10 so he smote him therewith in the fifth (r.)
i ilTH time
Fifth, V9C], T pn chamishshi, chamishi.
Neh. 6: 5 Then sent Sanballat. .the liftli time with
FIFTIES, by
By fifty, d/i irevr-^Kovra ana pentfkonta.
Mark 6. 40 And they sat down in ranks, .by fifties
Luke 9. 14 Make them sit down by fifties in a comp.
FIFTIETH
Fifty, cippn chamishshim.
Lev. 25. 10 ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proc.
25. ii A jubile shall that fiftieth year be unto
2 Ki. i j. 23 In the fiftieth year of Azariah king of J.
15. 27 In the two and fiftieth year of Azariah
FIFTY
1. Fifty, C ^pn chamishshim.
Gen. 6. 15 the breadth of it fifty cubits, and the
7. 24 upon the earth an hundred anil fifty days
8. 3 after the end of the hundred and fifty da.
9. 28 Noah lived., three hundred and fifty years
9. 29 days . . were nine hundred and fifty years
1 8. 24 Peradventure there be fifty righteous
18. 24 for the fifty righteous that (are) therein ?
18. 26 If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within
18. 28 there shall lack five of the fifty righteous
EiodiS. 21, 25 rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens
26. 5 Fifty loops shalt thou make in the one
26. 5 fifty loops shalt thou make in the edge
26. 6 And thou shalt make fifty taches of gold
26. 10 thou shalt make fifty loops on the edge
26. 10 fifty loops in the edge of the curtain
26. ii thou shalt make fifty taches of brass, and
27. 12 on the west side .. hangings of fifty cubits
27. 13 the breadth of the court . .(shall be) fifty
30. 23 Take, .cinnamon, .two hundred and fifty
30. 23 sweet calamus two hundred and fifty
36. 1 2 Fifty loops made he in one curtain, and fi.
36. 13 he made fifty taches of gold, and coupled
36. 17 fifty loops upon . . and fifty loops made he
36. 18 he made fifty taches (of) brass to couple
38. 12 for the west side, .hangings of fifty cubits
38. 13 for the east side eastward fifty cubits
38. 26 three thousand and five hundred and fifty
Lev. 23. 16 unto the morrow, .shall ye number fifty
27. 3 thy estimation shall be fifty shekels of si.
27. 16 an homer of barley seed, .at fifty shekels
Num. i. 23 Those, .numbered of them, .(were) fifty
i. 25 forty, .five thousand six hund. and fifty
i. 29 fifty and four thousand and four hundred
i. 31 fifty and seven thousand and four hundred
i. 43 fifty aud three thousand and four hundred
1. 46 three thousand, .five hundred and fifty
2. 6 fifty and four thousand and four hundred
2. 8 fifty and seven thousand and four hundred
2. 13 fifty and nine thousand and three hundred
2. 15 five thousand and six hundred and fifty
2. 1 6 fifty and one thousand . . four hund. and f.
2. 30 fifty and three thousand and four hundred
2. 31 an hundred thousand and fifty and seven
2. 32 three thousand and five hundred and fifty
4. 3, 23, 30, 35, 39, 43, 47 From . . until fifty years
4. 36 were two thousand seven hundred and fl.
8. 25 from the age of flfty years they shall cease
16. 2 two hundred and fifty princes of the ass.
16. 17 two hundred and fifty censers; thou also
16. 35 consumed the two hundred and fifty men
26. 10 fire devoured two hundred and fifty men
26. 34 fifty and two thousand and seven hundred
26. 47 fifty and three thousand and four hundred
31. 30 thou shalt take one portiou of fifty, of the
31 47 Moses took one portion of fifty, .of man
31. 52 sixteen thousand seven hundred aud fifty
Deut. i. 15 captains over fifties, and captains over
22. 29 Then the man . . shall give . . fifty . . of silver
Josh. 7 21 a wedge of gold of fifty shekels weight
1 Sa. 6. 19 he smote of the people fifty thousand and
8. 12 he will appoint, .captains over fifties
2 Sa. 15. i Absalom prepared . . fifty men to run before
24. 24 David bought., the oxen for fifty shekels of
1 KI. i. 5 he prepared .. fifty men to run before him
7. 2 the breadth thereof fifty cubits, and the
7. 6 the length thereof, .fifty cubits, and the
q. 23 five hundred and fifty, which bare rule
10. 29 and an horse for an hundred and fifty
18. 19 prophets of Baal four hundred and fifty
18. 22 Baal s prophets, .four hundred and fifty
2 Ki. . 9 king sent, .a captain of fifty with his fifty
10 Elijah answered, .the captain of fifty, If I
10 then let fire .. consume thee and thy fifty
10 came . . fire . . and consumed him and his fl.
11 another captain of fifty with liis fifty
FIFTY 345 FIGHT
s Ki. i. 12 let tire, .consume thee and thy lifty
i. 12 fire., came., and consumed him and his fl.
i. 13 he sent, .a captain of. .fifty with his fifty
i 13 And the third captain of fifty went up
1 13 let. .the life of these fifty thy servants
1. 14 captains of the. .fifties with their fifties
2. 7 fifty men of the sons of the prophets went
2 16 there be with thy servants fifty strong
2 17 Send. They sent therefore fifty men
13 7 Neither did he leave, .but fifty horsemen
15 2 he reigned two and fifty years in J erusalem
15 20 Menahem exacted, .of each man fifty sh.
15. 25 and with him llfty men of the Gileadites
21. i Manasseh. .reigned fifty and five years in
1 Ch. 5. 21 they took, .of their camels fifty thousand
5. 21 sheep two hundred and fifty thousand
8. 40 sons, and sons sons, an hundred and fifty
9. 9 brethren . . nine hundred and fifty and six
12. 33 Of Zebulun . .fifty thousand, which could
2 Ch. i. 17 and an horse for an hundred and fifty
2. 17 they were found an hundred and fifty th.
3. 9 the weight of the nails (was) fifty shekels
8. 10 two hundred and fifty, that bare rule over
8. 1 8 took, .four hundred and fifty talents of
26. 3 lie reigned fifty and two years in Jerusa.
33. i he reigned fifty and five years in Jerusa.
Ezra 2. 7 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 14 children of Bigvai, two thousand fifty and
2. 15 children of Adin, four hundred fifty and f.
2. 22 The men of Netophah, fifty and six
2. 29 The children of Nebo, fifty and two
2. 30 children of Magbish, an hundred fifty and
2. 31 Elam, a thousand two hundred fifty and
2. 37 children of Immer, a thousand fifty and
2. 60 children of Nekoda, six hundred fifty and
8. 3 with him . . of the males an hundred and f.
8. 6 the son of Jonathan, and with him fifty
8. 26 six hundred and fifty talents of silver
Neh. 5. 17 an hundred and fifty of the Jews and ru.
6. 15 So the wall was finished, .in fifty and two
7. 10 The children of Arah, six hundred fifty
7. 12 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 20 children of Adin, six hundred fifty and fl.
7. 33 The men of the other Nebo, fifty and two
7. 34 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 40 children of Immer, a thousand fifty and
7. 70 The Tirshatha gave, .fifty basons, five h.
Esth. 5.14 Let a gallows be made of fifty cubits high
7. 9 Behold also, the gallows, fifty cubits high
Isa. 3. 3 The captain of fifty, and the honourable
Eze. 40. 15 from the . . gate . . unto the . . porch . . fifty
40. 21, 25, 36 the length, .fifty cubits, and the
40. 29, 33 fifty cubits long, and five and twenty
42. 2 north door, and the breadth, .fifty cubits
42. 7 chambers, the length thereof . .fifty cub.
42. 8 the length of the chambers, .(was) fifty
45. 2 fifty cubits round about for the suburbs
48. 17 toward the north two hundred and fifty
48. 17 toward the south two hundred and fifty
48. 17 toward the east two hundred and fifty
48. 17 toward the west two hundred and fifty
Hag. 2. 16 for to draw out fifty, .out of the press
2. Fifty irfVTT)Kovra. pentekonta.
Luke 7. 41 five hundred pence, and the other fifty
16. 6 Take thy bill, and sit down . .write fifty
John 8. 57 Thou art not yet fifty years old, and hast
21. ii great fishes, an hundred and fifty and th.
Acts 13. 20 about the space of four hundred and fifty
FIFTY every where
Ftfty by fifty, D trsqs D trcrj
Exodz?. 18 and the breadth fifty every where, and
FIFTY, by
Fifty men (i.e. each), K> X D ^on chamishshim ish.
1 Ki. 18. 4 Obadiah.. hid them by fifty in a cave, and i.
18. 13 I hid an hundred men. .by fifty in a cave
FIG
I. Fig, Jiff tree, n}Nfi teenah.
Gen. 3. 7 they sewed fig leaves together, and made
Numi3- 23 and., of the pomegranates and of the figs
20. 5 it (is) no place of seed, or of figs, or of vi.
2 Ki. 20. 7 Isaiah said, Take a lump of figs. And
Neh. 13. 15 as also wine, grapes, and figs, and all
Isa. 38. 21 Isaiah.. said, Let them take a lump of fl.
Jer. 24. i two baskets of figs . . set before the temple
24. 2 very good figs . . figs . . first ripe . . naughty fl.
24. 3 And I said, Figs ; the good figs, very good
24. 5 Like these good figs, so will I acknowled.
24. 8 as the evil figs, which cannot be eaten
29. 17 I will., make them like vile figs, that ca.
2.F/</, (TVKOV sukon.
Matt. 7. 16 Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figsof
Markn. 13 nothing but leaves; for the time of figs
Luke 6. 44 For of thorns men do not gather figs, nor
Jas. 3. 12 either a vine, figs? so (can) no fountain
FIG, green
C/reen, hard, unripe fig, 39 pag.
Song. 2. 13 The fig tree putteth forth her green figs
TIG, untimely
UnripeJig, o\w6os olunthos.
Rev. 6. 13 as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs
-TIG tree
l.Fig tree, fig, ruxn teenah.
Deut. 8. 8 A land of wheat . . and fig trees, and pom.
Tudg. 9, 10 the trees said to the fig tree, Come thou
9. ii But the fig tree said unto them, Should
* Ki. 4. 25 man under his vine and under his fig tree
2 Ki. 18. 31 eat ye. .every one of his fig tree, and dr.
Psa.ios. 33 He smote their vines.. and their fig trees
Prov 27. 18 Whoso keepeth the fig tree shall eat the f.
Song 2. 13 The fig tree putteth forth her green figs
Isa. 34. 4 down . . as a falling (fig) from the fig tree
36. 1 6 eat ye. .every one of his fig tree, and dr.
Jer. 5. 17 shall eat up thy vines and thy fig trees
8. 13 nor figs on the fig tree, and the leaf shall
Hos. 2. 12 I will destroy her vines and her fig trees
9. 10 as the first ripe in the fig tree at her first
Joel i. 7 He hath .. barked my fig tree : he hath
1. 12 The vine is dried up, and the fig tree la.
2. 22 the fig tree and the vine do yield their
Amos 4. 9 your fig trees and your olive trees increased
Mic. 4. 4 shall sit every man. .under his fig tree
Nah. 3.12 All thy strongholds (shall be like) fig trees
Hab. 3. 17 Although the fig tree shall not blossom
Hag. 2. 19 the vine, and the fig tree, and the pome.
Zech. 3. 10 call . . under the vine and under the fig tree
l.Fig, fig tree, crvKta, VVKTI sukea, suke.
Matt 21. 19 when he saw a fig tree in the way, he came
2i. 19 presently the fig tree withered away
21. 20 How soon is the fig tree withered away !
21. 21 shall not only do this, .to the fig tree
24. 32 Now learn a parable of the fig tree : When
Markn. 13 seeing a fig tree afar off;having leaves, he
ii. 20 they saw the fig tree dried up from the
ii. 21 the fig tree which thou cursedst is wither.
13. 28 Now learn aparable of the fig tree ; When
Luke 1 3. 6 A certain (man) had a fig tree planted in
13. 7 years I come seeking fruit on this fig tree
21. 29 Behold the flg tree, and all the trees
John i. 48 when thou was under the flg tree, I saw
i. 50 I saw thee under the fig tree, believest
Jas. 3. 12 Can the fig tree, .bare olive berries?
Rev. 6. 13 as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs
FIGHT
1. Order, rank, arranging, n:nj;c maarakah.
i Sa.i7. 20 as the hot was going forth to the fight
2. Public conflict, aya>i> agon.
1 Ti. 6. 12 Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on
2 Ti. 4. 7 I have fought a good fight, I have finish.
3. A contest, struggle, &6\ri(rts athlesis.
Heb. 10. 32 ye endured a great fight of afflictions
4. War, battle, fight, ir6\e/j.os polemos.
Heb. ii. 34 waxed valiant in fight, turned to flight
FIGHT, to
\.Tofight, consume, cnh lacham.
Psa. 35. i fight against them that fight against me
56. i for man. .he fighting daily oppresseth
56. 2 for (they be) many that fight against me
2. To fight, be consumed, Dn^> lacham, 1.
Exod. 1. 10 join, .our enemies, and fight against us
14. 14 The LORD shall fight for you, and ye
14. 25 the LORD fighteth for them against the
17. 8 Then came Amalek, and fought with Is.
17. 9 Choose us out men, and go out, fight with
17 10 So Joshua, .fought, with Amalek : and M.
Num2i. i he fought against Israel, and took, .of
21. 23 he came to Jahaz, and fought against Is.
21. 26 Sihon. .had fought against the former
Deut. i. 30 The LORD your God. .he shall fight for
i. 41 We have sinned, .we will go up and fight
i. 42 Say unto them, Go not up, neither fight
3. 22 the LORD your God he shall fight for you
20. 4 to fight for you against your enemies, to
20. 10 thou comest nigh unto a city to fight
Josh. 9. 2 they gathered themselves together, to fi.
10. 14 hearkened, .for the LORD fought for Isr.
10. 25 all your enemies against whom ye fight
10. 29 Then Joshua, .and all Israel, .fought
10. 31, 34 encamped against it, and fought
10. 36 Joshua, .and all Israel, .fought against it
10. 38 Joshua returned, .to Debir, and fought
10. 42 the LORD God of Israel fought for Israel
11. 5 pitched together, .to fight against Israel
19. 47 the children of Dan went up to fight
23. 3 your God (is) he that hath fought for you
23. 10 the LORD your God, he (it is) that fighte.
24. 8 they fought with you : and I gave them
24. ii and the men of Jericho fought against
Judg. i. i Who shall go up. .to fight against them ?
i. 3 Come up with me. .that we may fight
i. 5 they fought against him, and they slew
i. 8 the children of Judah had fought against
i. 9 children of Judah went down to fight
5. 19 The kings came (and) fought, then fought
5. 20 They fought, .the stars in their courses f.
8. i when thou wentest to fight with the M. ?
9. 17 For my father fought for you, and adven.
9. 38 go out, I pray now, and fight with them
9. 39 Gaal went out. .and fought with Abimel.
9. 45 Abimelech fought against the city all
9. 52 Abimelech came unto the tower, and fou.
10., 9 passed over Jordan to flght also against J.
10. 18 What man (is he) that will begin to flght
11. 6 that we may fight with the children of
ii. 8 and fight against the children of Ammon
ii. 9 If ye bring me home again to flght against
ii. 12 that thou art come against me to fight in
ii. 20 Sihon. .pitched in Jahaz, and fought
n. 25 Balak. .did he ever flght against them
11. 32 Jephthah passed over, .to flght against
12. i Wherefore passedst thou over to fight
12. 3 then are ye come up. .to fight againstme?
12. 4 gathered .. all the men .. and fought with
i Sa. 4. 9 quit yourselves like men, and fight
1 Sa. 4. 10 the Philistines fought, and Israel was
8. 20 go out before us, and flght pur battles
12. 9 the Philistines, .fought against them
13. 5 the Philistines gathered, .to fight with I.
14. 47 Saul, .fought against all his enemies on
15. 18 flght against them until they be consum.
17. 9 If he be able to fight with me, and to kill
17. 10 give me a man, that we may fight toget.
17. 19 in the valley of Elah, fighting with the P.
17. 32 thy servant will go and fight with this P.
17. 33 Thou art not able to go. .to fight with
18. 17 be thou valiant for me, and flght the
19. 8 David went out and fought with the Ph.
23. i the Philistines fight against Keilah, and
23. 5 David and his men. .fought with the Ph.
25. 28 my lord flghteth the battles of the LORD
28. i Philistines gathered their armies . . to fig.
29. 8 that I may not go flght against the ennm.
31. i Now the Philistines fought against Israel
2 Sa. 2. 28 the people stood still .-.neither fought
8. 10 because he had fought against Hadad.
10. 17 Syrians set themselves in array, .and fo.
11. 17 And the men of the city, .fought with J.
11. 20 approached ye so nigh, .when ye did fl. ?
12. 26 Joab fought against Rabbah of the child.
12. 27 I have fought against Rabbah, and have
12. 29 David .. fought against it, and took it
21. 15 David went down, .and fought against
1 Ki.iz. 21 to flght against the house of Israel, to
12. 24 Ye shall not go up, nor fight against
20. 23 but let us fight against them in the plain
20. 25 we will flght against them in the plain
22. 31 Fight neither with small nor great, save
22. 32 And they turned aside to fight against
2 Ki. 3. 21 that the kings were come up to fight aga.
8. 29 when he fought against Hazael king of S.
9. 15 when he fought with Hazael king of Syr.
10. 3 even out. .and flght for your master s ho.
12. 17 Hazael. .fought against Gath, and took it
13. 12 his might wherewith he fought against A.
14. 15 how he fought with Amaziah king of Ju.
19. 9 he is come out to fight against thee
1 Ch. 10. i Now the Philistines fought aaainst Israel
18. 10 because he had fought against Haderezer
19. 17 against the Syrians, they fought with him-
2 Ch.n. i to fight against Israel, that he might bri.
11. 4 Ye shall not go up, nor fight against your
13. 12 O. .fight ye not against the LORD God of
18. 30 Fight ye not with small or great, save
18. 31 they compassed about him to fight : but
20. 17 Ye shall not (need) to fight in this (battle)
20. 29 that the LORD fought against the enemies
22. 6 when he fought with Hazael king of Syria
27. 5 He fought also with the king of the Amo.
32. 8 with us (is) the LORD . . to fight our battles
35. 20 Necho king of Egypt came up to fight
35. 22 disguised himself, that he might fight
35. 22 came to fight in the valley of Megiddo
Neh. 4. 8 to fight against Jerusalem, and to hinder
4. 14 remember the LORD, .and fight for your
4. 20 resort ye thither. .God shall flght for us
Psa. 109. 3 They . . fought against me without a cause
Isa. 19. 2 they shall fight every one against his bro.
20. i Tartan came . . and fought against Ashdod
30. 32 in battles of shaking will he fight with it
63. 10 therefore he was turned, .he fought
Jer. i. 19 they shall fight against thee ; but they
15. 20 they shall fight against thee, but they
21. 4 wherewith ye fight against the king of B.
21. 5 I myself will fight against you with an
32. 5 though ye fight with the Chaldeans, ye
32. 24 into the hand of the Chaldeans, that fight
32. 29 the Chaldeans, that fight against this city
33. 5 They come to fight with the Chaldeans
34. i and all the people, fought against Jeru.
34. 7 the king of Babylon s army fought again.
34. 22 and they shall fight against it, and take
37. 8 And the Chaldeans shall . . fight against
37. 10 whole army of the Chaldeans that fight
41. 12 they took all the men, and went to tight
51. 30 The. .men of Babylon have forborn to fig.
Dan. 10. 20 now will I return to fight with the prince
n. ii the king of the south shall, .fight with
Zech 10. 5 they shall fight, because the LORD (is)
14. 3 Then shall the LORD go forth, and fight
14. 3 as when he fought in the day of battle
14. 14 Judah also shall fight at Jerusalem : and
3. To assemble, unr, serve, K?? tsaba.
Isa. 29. 7 the multitude of all the nations that fight
29. 8 so shall . . the nations be that fight against
31. 4 so shall the LORD, .come down to fight
Zech 14. 12 all the people that have fought against
LTo war, n^y tsabah.
Isa. 29. 7 even all that flght against her and her
5. War, warfare, battle, ncnVs milchamah.
Deut. 2. 32 Sihon came out against us. .to fight at J.
Judg2o. 20 Israel put themselves in array to fight
1 Ki.2o. 26 went up to Aphek, to flght against Israel
2 Ch-32. 2 that he was purposed to fight against J.
Psa. 144. i my hands to war, (and) my fingers to fight
6. To agonize, contest publicly, iyuviofj.ai agonize.
JohmS 36 then would my servants fight, that I shou.
1 Ti. 6. 12 Fight the good flght of faith, lay hold on
2 Ti. 4. 7 I have fought a good flght, I have finished
7. To fight, strive, /x^xMai machomai.
Jas. 4. 2 ye flght and war, yet ye have not, because
8. To war, battle, fight, iroA*/xo> polemet.
Rev. 2. 16 I . .will fight against them with the sword
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FIGHT 346 FILLET
Rev. 12. 7 Michael and his angels fought against
12. 7 and the dragon fought and his angels
9. To Itox, irvKTtvia pnkteud.
i Co. 9. -26 so fight I, not as one that beateth the air
FIGHT against God, to
l.To fight irlth frod, 6fo/j.axtv t/teomached.
Acts 23. 9 find 110 evil . . let us not flght against God
2.Fighti/i>! with God, Oto/j.dxos theoiiuichos.
Acts 5. 39 tiaply ye be fouud even to flght against G.
FIGHT with beasU, to
Tofight with wild beasts, 0T)p(Oyuax<> thriomaclu8.
1 00.15. 32 if.. I have fought with beasts at Ephesus
FIGHTING
A fight, striving, /XOXT? mache.
2 Co. 7. 5 without (were) fightings, within (were)
Jas. 4. i From whence (come) wars and lightings
FIGHTING men
To do or make war, ncrpp nyy asah milchamah.
2 Ch.26. ii I zziah had an host of fighting men, that
FIGURE
l.Figure, idol, ^C, Sap seiet.
Deut. 4. 1 6 the similitude of any figure, the likeness
2. Form, building, n"?? tabnith.
Isa. 44 13 he. . maketh it after the figure of a man
3. Antitype, corresponding impression, avrirvirov.
Heb. 9. 24 the holy places, .the figures of the true
4.A parable, placing alongside, iropa/3o\7J parabola.
Heb. 9. 9 Which (was) a figure for the time then
ii. 19 whence also he received him in a figure
6.A ti/pe, impression, TI^ITOJ (upon.
Acts 7. 43 ye took up. .figures which ye made to
Rom. 5.14 who is the figure of him that was to come
FIGURE, like
Antitype, ia/rlrvirov antitupon.
i Pe. 3. 21 The like figure whereunto (even) baptism
FIGURES, carved
Carving, graving, rjj T.pp miqlaath.
i Ki. 6. 29 carved all the walls.. with carved figures
FILEFile,
notched cdy, D $ .TVS? petsirah pirn.
i Sa. 13. 21 Yet they had a file for the mattocks, and
FILL
I.FtiU, K^~ male.
Jer. 13. 24 do not I fill heaven and earth? saith the j
2. Fulness, K*?p ynelo.
Exod 1 6. 32 Fill an omer of it to be kept for your gen.
Isa. 8. 8 stretching out of his wings shall fill, .thy i
S.Sfitieti/, fulness, y^cr soba.
Lev. 25. 19 ye shall eat your fill, and dwell therein
Deut 23. 24 thou niayest eat grapes thy fill at thine J
FILL, to
1. To Jill, complete, befall, vhS male.
Gen. i. 22 multiply, and fill the waters in the seas
Exod 10. 6 they shall fill thy houses, and the houses
4- 34. 35 glory of the LOKD filled the tabernacle
1 Ki. 8. 10 the cloud filled the house of the LORD
8. ii glory of the LORD had filled the house of
18. 33 Kill four barrels with water, and pour(it)
2 Ch. 5 14 glory of the LORD had filled the house of
7. i and the glcry of the LORD filled the house
7. 2 because the glory of the LORD had filled
Psa 1 10 6 shall fill (the places) with the dead bodies
Isa. 14. 21 m>r fill the face of the world with cities
27. 6 Israel shall, .fill the face of the world
Jer. i<,. 18 tl:ey have filled mine inheritance with
19. 4 they, .filled this place with the blood of
46. 12 and thy cry hath filled the land : for the
Eze. 8.17 fur they have filled the land with violence
10. 3 and the cloud filled the inner court
28. 16 they have filled, .thee with violence, and
30. ii they shall, .fill the land with the slain
43. 5 the glory of the LORD filled the house
44. 4 the glory of the LORD filled the house of
Z.Tofill, x1
*!? male, 3.
Gen. 21. i5, went and filled the bottle with water, and
24. 16 she went down, .and filled her pitcher
26. 15 had stopped them, and filled them with
42. 25 commanded to fill their sacks with corn
44. i Fill the men s sacks (with) food, as much
Exod. 2. 16 they . .filled the troughs to water their f.
28. 3 whom I have filled with the spirit of wis.
31. 3 I have filled him with the spirit of God
35. 31 he hath filled him with the spirit of God
35. 35 Them hath he filled with wisdom of heart
Deut. 6. ii houses., which thou filledst not, and wells
Josh. q. 13 these bottles of wine, which we filled
i Sa. 16. i Fill thine horn with oil, and go, I will
1 Ki. 18. 35 and he filled the trench also with water
20. 27 hut the Syrians filled the country
2 Ki. 3. 25 cast every man his stone, and filled it
21. 16 till he had filled Jerusalem from one end
23. 14 he. .filled their places with the bones of
24. 4 he filled Jerusalem with innocent blood
Ezra o. 1 1 abominations, which have filled it from
Job 3. 15 Or with princes, .who filled their houses
8. 21 Till he fill thy mouth with laughiiii:. and
15. 2 Should a wise man . . fill his belly with the
30. 33 (When) he is about to fill his belly, (God)
Job 22. 18 Vet he filled their houses with good
23. 4 I would, .fill my mouth with arguments
38. 39 Wilt thou. .fill the appetite of the young
41. 7 Canst thou nil his skin with barbed irons .
Psa. 17. 14 whose belly thou tlllest with thy hid (tr.)
80. 9 cause it to take deep root, and it filled
81. 10 open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it
83. 16 Fill their faces with shame ; that they
107. 9 he . . ttlleth the hungry soul with goodness
129. 7 Wherewith the mower.fllleth not his hand
Prov. 1.13 we shall fill our houses with spoil
8. 21 to inherit substance ; and I will fill their
Isa. 33. 5 he hath filled Zion with judgment and
65. 20 an old man that hath not filled his days
Jer. 13 13 I will fill all the inhabitants of this land
15. 17 for thou hast filled me with indignation
33. 5 to fill them with the dead bodies of men
41. 9 Ishmael the son of Nethaniah filled it
51. 14 Surely I will fill thee with men, as with
51. 34 he hath filled his belly with my delicate*
Eze. 3. 3 fill thy bowels with this roll that I give
7. 19 shall not satisfy their souls, neither fill
9. 7 Defile the house, and fill the courts with
10. 2 and fill thine hand with coals of fire from
11. 6 ye have filled the streets thereof with the
24. 4 Gather the pieces . . fill (it) with the choice
32. 5 I will . . fill the valleys with thy height
35. 8 I will fill his mountains with his slain
Nah. 2. 12 The lion, .filled his holes with prey, and
Zeph. i. 9 which fill their master s houses with vio.
Hag. 2. 7 I will fill this house with glory, saith the
Zech. 9. 13 When I have, .filled the bow with Ephr.
3. To fill, Sp mela.
Dan. 2. 35 the stone that smote the image . . filled the
4. To cover, ropy atah.
Psa. 84. 6 make it a well ; the rain also fllleth the
i>. To fill, satisfy, water, nn rarah, 5.
Isa. 43. 24 neither hast thou filled me with the fat
6. To satisfy, .satiate, Jill, J37 saba, 5.
Job 9. 1 8 He will not suffer, .but filleth me with
Psa. 147. 14 fllleth thee with the finest of the wheat
Lam. 3. 15 He hath filled me with bitterness, he hath
Eze. 27. 33 thou filledst many people ; thou didst
32. "4 I will fill the beasts of the whole earth
7. To Jill, load, yt/jiifa gemizo.
Lukci4. 23 to come in, that my house may be filled
15. 16 he would fain have filled his belly with
John 2. 7 Fill the waterpots . . And they filled
6. 13 they.. filled twelve baskets with the frag.
Rev. 8. 5 the angel, .filled it with fire of the altar
15. 8 temple was filled with smoke from the
8. To fill in, make quite full, fjuiriirATJ^UJ empiplemi.
Luke i. 53 He hath filled the hungry with good thi.
John 6. 12 When they were filled, he said unto his
Rom 15. 24 if first I be somewhat filled with your
9. To fill in, ^uirjTrAaoi empiplao.
Acts 14. 17 filling our hearts with food and gladness
10. To mingle, mix, Kfpdvw^i kerannumi, -vc\
Rev. 18. 6 cup which she hath filled fill to her double
11. To fill, make full, trl/JUT A. 77/111, Tr\T)8ta pletho.
Matt 27. 48 took a sponge, and filled (it) with vinegar
Luke i. 15 he shall be filled with the Holy Ghost
i. 41 Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost
i. 67 Zacharias was filled with the Holy Ghost
4. 28 all they in the synagogue . . were filled
5. 7 filled both the ships, so that they began
5. 26 they were all amazed, .and were filled
6. ii were filled with madness ; and commune;!
John 19. 29 they filled a sponge with vinegar, and
Acts 2. 4 they were all filled with the Holy Ghost
3. 10 they were filled with wonder and amaze.
4. 8 Then Peter, filled with the Holy Ghost
4. 31 and they were all filled with the Holy G.
5. 17 and all they, .were filled with indignation
9. 17 that thou mightest. .be filled with the
13. 9 Saul, .filled with the Holy Ghost, set his
13. 45 they were filled with envy, and spake
19. 29 the whole city was filled with confusion
12. To fill, make full, ir\fjp6w plernr>.
Luke 2. 40 waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom
3. 5 Every valley shall be filled, and every
John 12. 3 was filled with the odour of the ointment
16. 6 because I have said . . sorrow hath filled
Acts 2. 2 and it filled all the house where they
5. 3 why hath Satan filled thine heart to lie
5. 28 have filled Jerusalem with your doctrine
13. 52 the disciples were filled with joy, and
Rom. i. 29 Being filled with all unrighteousness
15. 13 the God of hope fill you with all joy and
15. 14 ye also are. .filled with all knowledge
2 Co. 7. 4 I am filled with comfort, I am excecdim.
Eph. i. 23 the fulness of him that fllleth all in all
3. 19 might be filled with all the fulness of God
4. 10 ascended up. .that he might fill all things
5. 18 be not drunk, .but be filled with the Spirit
Col. i. 9 thatye might be tilled with the knowledge
2 Ti. i, 4 desiring to see thee.. that I may be filled
13. To fill together or thoroughly, <rvfj.ir\-r)p6u sumpl.
Luke 8. 23 they were filled, .and were in jeopardy
14. To feed, xoprdfa chortaso.
Matt. 5 . 6 Blessed (are) they . . for they shall be filled
14. 20 they did all eat, and were filled : and they
15. 33 so much bread, .as to fill so great a mul.?
15. 37 they did all eat, and were filled : and they
Mark 6. 42 And they did all eat, and were filled
Mark 7. 27 Jesus said. .Let the children first be filled
8. 8 So they did eat, and were filled : and they
Luke 6. 21 Blessed are (ye), .for ye shall be filled
9. 17 And they did eat, and were all filled : and
John 6. 26 ye did eat of the loaves, and were filic I
Jas. 2. 16 Depart in peace, be (ye) warmed and till- 1
Rev. 19. 21 all the fowls were filled with their fieili
FILL full, to
To fill, load, yt/j.iw gemizo.
Markis. 36 one ran and filled a sponge full of vinegar
FILL Mlvei, to
l.To suck in, satiate, N^f saba.
Isa. 56. 12 we will fill ourselves with strong drink
1-To satisfy, satiate, yytf saba.
Deut 31. 20 they shall have eaten and filled tliemseL
FILL, to take the
To be filled, satisfied, watered, ny; ravah.
Prov. 7. 18 let us take our fill of love until the mor.
FILL or be filled up, to
l.To fill up, avair\r]p6ia onapleroo.
1 Th. 2. 16 might be saved, to fill up their sins alway
2. To fill up instead of, di/TavairATjpow antanapler.
Col. i. 24 Who. .fill up that which is behind of the
3. To fill, make full, ir\rip6ta pleroS.
Matt23. 32 Fill ye up then the measure of your fath.
4. To end, rt\fu teleo.
Rev. 15. i for in them is filled up the wrath of God
FILL up, which is put in to
That which fills vp, ir\ripu/j.a pleriima.
Matt 9. 16 that which is put in to fill it up taketh
FILLED
Full, tths male.
Isa. 6. i lifted up, and his train filled the temple
FILLED, to be
1. To be full, 169 male.
Gen. 6. 13 the earth is filled with violence through
2 Ch. 5. 13 the house was filled with a cloud, (even}
Zech. 9. 15 they shall be filled like bowls, (and) as
l.To be filled, nho male, 2.
Eccl. 6. 7 and yet the appetite is not filled
Hab. 2. 14 earth shall be filled with the knowledge-
3. To fill, N>? male, 3.
2 Ch.i6. 14 in the bed which was filled with sweet
4. To be satisfied, satiated, yty saba.
Deut;26. 12 may eat within thy gates, and be filled
Neh. 9. 25 so they did eat, and were filled, and
Psa. 78. 29 So they did eat, and were well filled : for
Prov. i. 31 and be filled with their own devices
14. 14 The backslider, .shall be filled with his
Eccl. 6. 3 If . .his soul be not filled with good, and
Eze. 39. 20 ye shall be filled . . with horses and char.
Hos. 13. 6 so were they filled ; they were filled, and
FILLED full, to be
To be satisfied, satiated, yy? saba.
Lam. 3. 30 He giveth . .he is filled full with reproach
FILLED with
Full, N!? male.
Eze. 36. 38 the . . cities be filled with flocks of men
FILLED with, to be
l.To be full, K1
?!? male.
Psa. 38. 7 For my loins are filled with a loathsome
Prov 12. 21 but the wicked shall be filled with misc.
Isa. 21. 3 Therefore are my loins filled with pain
34. 6 The sword of the LORD is filled with bio.
Jer. 51. 5 their land was filled with sin against the=
l.To be full, K"?D male, 2.
Gen. 6. ii and the earth was filled with violence
Exod. i. 7 and the land was filled with them
Numi4. 21 all the earth shall be filled with the
1 Ki. 7. 14 was filled with wisdom and understand.
2 Ki. 3. 17 yet that valley shall be filled with water
3. 20 and the country was filled with water
Psa. 126. 2 Then was our mouth filled with laughter
Prov. 3. 10 So shall thy barns be filled with plenty
20. 17 his month shall be filled with gravel
24. 4 be filled with all precious and pleasant
Eccl. i. 8 not satisfied .. nor the ear filled with hea.
Song 5. 2 for my head is filled with dew, (and) my
Isa. 6. 4 and the house was filled with smoke
Jer. 13. 12, 12 Every bottle shall be filled with wine
Eze. 10. 4 the house was filled with the cloud, and
23. 33 Thou shall be filled with drunkenness
3. To be satisfied, satiated, yyp saba.
Exodi6. 12 in the morning ye shall be filled with br.
Psa.io4. 28 openest thine haml. fhey are filled with
123. 3 we are exceedingly filled with contempt
123. 4 Our soul is exceedingly filled with the
Prov. 5. 10 Leststraugers be filled with thy wealth
18. 20 (and) with the increase . .shall he be filled
25. 16 lest thou be filled therewith, and vomit
30. t6the earth (that) is not filled with water
30. 22 and a fool when he is filled with meat
Hab. 2. 16 Thou art filled with shame for glory
4. Tn fill up, mak- full, ir\rip6w pleroS.
Phil. i. ii Being ftlled with the fruits of righteous.
FILLET
Thread, cord, B?n chut.
Jer. 52. 21 a fillet of twelve cubits did compass it

FILLET to fillet or fasten, pfft} chashaq, 3.
Exodus. a 8 overlaid their chapiters, aud filleted them

FILLETED, to be filleted
To be filleted or fastened, p?n chashaq, 4.
Exo 2 7 17 the pillars, .(shall he) filleted with silver
38. 17 pillars of the court (were) filleted with

FILLED up, piece that
That which fills in, fills up
Mark a. 21 else the new piece that filled it up taketh

FILLETS
Fillets, fastenings, Q pfn chashuqim.
Exo 27:10 the hooks, .aud their fillets (shall be of) s.
27. ii the hooks of the pillars and their fillets
36. 38 overlaid their chapiters and their fillets
38 10, ii, 12, 17 hooks of the pillars and., fillets
38. 19 the overlaying of. .their fillets (of) silver
FILTH
\.Filth, excrement, rrxi* isoah.
Isa. 4. 4 Lord shall have washed away the filth of
2.Cleansings, offscourings, irepiKadapua, perikath.
i Co. A. 13 we are made as the filth of the world
Z.Filth, dirt, pviros rhupos.
1 Pe. 3, 21 the putting away of fhe filth of the flesh
FILTHINESS
1. Undeanness, DNSO tumah.
Ezra 6. 21 from the fllthiness of the heathen of the
Lam. i. 9 Her filthiness (is) in her skirts ; she rem.
Eze. 22. 15 I . .will consume thy filthiness out of thee
24-!n the filthiness of it may be molten in it
24. 1 3 In thy filthiness (is) lewdness : because I
24. 13 shalt not be purged from thy filthiness
36 25 from all your filthiness . . will I cleanse
2. Impurity, n-nj niddah.
2 011.29. 5 carry forth the filthiness out of the holy
Ezra 9 11 unclean, .with the fllthiness of the people
5. Brass, impudence, rag ni nechosheth.
Eze. 16. 36 Because thy fllthiness was poured out
4. Excrement, filth, nxi;; tsoah.
Prov.30. 12 and (yet) is not washed from their fllthi
Isa. 28. 8 tables are full of vomit (and) fllthiness
5. Baseness, obscenity, aicrxpoTrjs aischroles.
Eph. 5. 4 Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking
6. Undeanness, aicaddp-rris akathartes.
Rev. 1 7. 4 having a golden cup . . full of . . ftlthiness
1.A soiling, defilement, /uoAvcTiUtfj molusmos.
2 Co. 7. i cleanse ourselves from all fllthiness of
8. Dirt, filth, pvirapia. rhuparia.
Jas. i. 21 lay apart all fllthiness and superfluity of
FILTHY
1 To be filthy, nVx alach, 2.
Job 15. 16 much more abominable and filthy (is)
I.Thinys passing aivay. ony iddim.
Isa. 64. 6 all our righteousnesses (are) as filthy rags
Z. Filth, Nix tso.
Zech. 3. 3 Joshua was clothed with filthy garments
3. 4 Take away the filthy garments from him
4. Shameful, aiffxpds aischros.
Titus i. ii teaching things, .for filthy lucre s sake
5.Lasciciousness, otreAyeia aselyeia.
2 Pe. 2. 7 vexed with the filthy conversation of the
FILTHY communication
Shameful discourse, cd<rxpo\oyla aischrologia.
Col. 3. 8 put off . . blasphemy, filthy communicat
FILTHY, to be
I. To be rebellious, N"JD mara.
Zeph. 3. i Woe to her that is filthy and polluted, to
2. To make filthy, act filthily, pvirota rhupoo.
Rev 22. ii he which is [filthy], let him [be filthy] stil
FILTHY, to become
To be filthy, nSx alach, ;2.
Psa. 14. 3 they are (all) together become filthy
53. 3 they are altogether become filthy ; (there
FIN
Fin, TS:P senappir.
Lev. ii. 9 whatsoever hath flns and scales in the w
ii. 10 that have not fins and scales in the seas
ii. 12 hath no flns nor scales in the waters
Dcuti4. 9 all that have flns and scales shall ye
14. 10 whatsoever hath not flns and scales ye
FINALLY
1. \VJmt is left, remaining, \onrov loipon.
2 Co. 13. ii Finally, brethren, farewell. Be perfect
Eph. 6. 10 Finally, my brethren, be strong in the L.
Phil. 3. i Finally, my brethren, rejoice in the Lord
4. 8 Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are
2 Th. 3. i Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the
I.Entl, completion, Te\os telos.
i Pe. 3. 8 Finally, (be ye) all of one mind, having
FIND, to
l.To find, KfO r/iatsa.
Gen. 4. 14 every one that ftndeth me shall slay me
6. 8 Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD
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Gen. 8. 9 dove found no rest forthe sole of her foot
ii. 2 they f jund a plain in the laud of Shinar
16. 7 angel of the LORD found her by a fountain
18. 3 if now I have found favour in thy sight
18. 26 If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within
18. 28 If I find there forty and five, I will not
18. 30 I will not do (it), if I find thirty there
19. 1 1 they wearied themselves to find the door
19. 19 thy servant hath found grace in thy sight
26. 19 and found there a well of springing water
26. 32 and said unto him, We have found water
27. 20 How (is it), .thou hast found (it) so quick.
30. 14 found mandrakes in the field, aud brou.
30. 27 if I have found favour in thine eyes
31. 32 With whomsoever thou flndest thy gods
31. 13 went into Jacob s tent, .he found (them)
31. 34 searched all the tent, but found (them)
31. 35 And he searched, but found not the ima.
31. 37 what hast thoufoundof all thy household
32. 5 sent, .that I may find grace in thy sight
32. 19 shall ye speak unto Esau, when ye find
33. 8 to find grace in the sight of my lord
33. io if now 1 have found grace in thy sight
33. 15 let me find grace in the sight of my lord
34. ii Let me find grace in your eyes, and what
36. 24 that found the mules in the wilderness
37. 15 a certain man found him, and, behold, he
37. 17 went after his brethren, and found them
37. 32 This have we found : know now whether
38. 20 from the woman s hand ; but he found
38. 22 he returned, .and said, I cannot find her
38. 23 I sent this kid, and thou hast not found
39. 4 Joseph found grace in his sight, and he
41. 38 Can we find (such a one) as this (is), a man
44. 8 the money which we found in our sack s
44. 16 found out the iniquity of thy servants
47. 25 let us find grace in the sight of my lord
47. 29 If now I have found grace in thy sight
50. 4 If now I have found grace in your eyes
Exod. 5. ii Go ye, get you straw where ye can find it
15. 22 they went three days. .and found no wa.
16. 25 to day ye shall not find it in the field
16. 27 went, .for to gather, and they found none
33. 12 thou hast also found grace in my sight
33. 13 if I have found grace in thy sight, show
33. 16 thy people have found grace in thy sight ?
33. 17 thou hast found grace in my sight, and I
34. 9 If now I have found grace in thy sight, O
Lev. 6. 3 have found that which was lost, and lieth
6. 4 restore . . the lost thing which he found
Nunin. ii have 1 not found favour in thy sight
ii. 15 kill me. .if I have found favour in thy
15. 32 they found a man that gathered sticks
15. 33 And they that found him gathering sti.
32. 5 if we have found grace in thy sight, let
35. 27 the revenger of blood find him without
Deut. 4. 29 thou shalt find (him), if thou seek him w.
22. 3 which he hath lost, and thou hast found
22. 14 when I came to her, I found her not a in.
22. 17 saying, I found not thy daughter a maid
22. 23 a man find her in the city, and lie with
22 25 man find a betrothed damsel in the field
22. 27 found her in the field, (and) the betrothed
22. 28 If a man find a damsel (that is) a virgin
24. i it come to pass that she find no favour in
24. i he hath found some uncleanness in her
32. 10 He found him in a desert land,andin the
Josh. 2. 22 throughout all the way, but found (them)
Judg. i. 5 they found Adoni-bezek in Bezek : and
6. 17 If now I have found grace in thy sight
15. 15 he found a new jawbone of an ass, aud
17. 8 to sojourn where he could find a (place)
17. 9 go to sojourn where I may find a (place)
21. 12 they found among the inhabitants of
Ruth i. 9 The" LORD grant you that ye may find rest
2. 2 (him) in whose sight I shall find grace
2. io Why have I found grace in thine eyes
2. 13 Let me find favour in thy sight, my lord
i Sa. i. 18 Let thine handmaid find grace in thy sig.
9. 4 land of Shalisha, but they found (them)
9. 4 through the land . . but they found (them)
9. 1 1 found young maidens going out to draw
9. i3$-e shall straightway find him, before he
9. 13 for about this time ye shall find him
io. 2 shalt find two men by Rachel s sepulchre
12. 5 that ye have not found ought in my hand
14. 30 spoil of their enemies which they found?
16. 22 for he hath found favour in my sight
20. 3 that I have found grace in thine eyes
20. 29 if I have found favour in thine eyes, let
23. 17 for the hand of Saul, .shall not find thee
24. 19 if a man find his enemy,will he let him
25. 8 let the young men find favour in thine ey.
27. 5 If I have now found grace in thine eyes
29. 3 have found no fault in him since he fell
29. 6 I have not found evil in thee since the
29. 8 what hast thou found in thy servant so
30. ii they found an Egyptian in the field, and
31. 8 they found Saul and his three sons fallen
2 Sa. 7. 27 therefore hath thy servant found in his
14. 22 I have found grace in thy sight, my lord
15. 25 shall find favour in the eyes of the LORD
16. 4 I may find grace in thy sight, my lord, O
17. 20 when they had sought and could not find
i Ki. i. 3 found Abishag a Shuuamniite, aud brou.
ii. 19 Hadad found great favour in the sight of
ii. 29 Ahijah the Shilonite found him in the
13. 14 and found him sitting under an oak
13. 28 found his carcase cast in the way, and
18. 5 find grass to save the horses and mules
18. io took an oath, .that they found thee not
18. 12 and he cannot find thee, he shall slay me
FIND
1 Ki. 19. 19 found Elisha the son of Shaphat, who
20. 36 was departed from him, a lion found hire*
20. 37 he found another man, and said. Smite
21. 20 Hast thou found me, O mine enemy?
21. 20 I have found (thee); because thou hast
2 Ki. 2. 17 they sought three days, but found him
4. 39 found a wild vine, and gathered thereof
9. 35 they found no more of her than the skull
17. 4 And the king, .found conspiracy in Hosh.
19. 8 found the king of Assyria warring against
22. 8 I have found the book of the law in the
23. 24 book that Hilkiah the priest found in the
1 Ch. 4. 40 they found fat pasture and good, and the
10. 8 found Saul and his sons fallen in mount
17. 25 found (in his heart) to pray before thee
20. 2 found it to weigh a talent of gold, and
2 Ch. 20. 16 shall find them at the end of the brook
20. 25 they found among them in abundance
22. 8 found the princes of Judah, and the sona
25. 5 found them three hundred thousand ch.
29. 16 uncleanness that they found in the temp.
32. 4 kings of Assyria come, and find much wat.
34. 14 Hilkiah the priest found a book of the
34. 15 I have found the book of the low in the
Ezra 8. 15 and found there none of the sons of Levi
Neh. 5. 8 their peace, and found nothing (to answer)
7. 5 1 found a register, .and found written ther.
8. 14 they found written in the law which the
9. 8 foundest his heart faithful before thee
Esth. 5. 8 found favour in the sight of the king
7. 3 If I have found favour in thy sight, O
8. 5 and if I have found favour in his sight
Job 3. 22 are glad, when they can find the grave ?
17. 10 for I cannot find (one) wise (man) among
23. 3 Oh that I knew where I might find him !
31. 29 or lifted up myself when evil found him
32. 3 found no answer, and (yet) had condemn.
32. 13 ye should say. We have found out wisdom
33. 10 ftndeth occasions against me, he counteth
33. 24 saith, Deliver him . . I have found a rans.
37. 23 (Touching) the Almighty, we cannot find
Psa. 10. 15 seek, .his wickedness (till) thou find none
17. 3 thou hast tried me, (and) shalt find noth.
69. 20 I looked . . for comforters, but I found no.
76. 5 none of the men . .have found their hands
84. 3 the sparrow hath found an house, and
89. 20 I have found David my servant ; with my
107. 4 They wandered . . they found no city to dw.
116. 3 hold upon me : I found trouble and sorr.
119. 162 rejoice, .as one that flndeth great spoil
132. 6 we found it in the fields of the wood
Prov. 1. 13 We shall find all precious substance, we
1. 28 seek me early, but they shall not find me
2. 5 Then shalt thou. .find the knowledge of
3. 4 So shalt thou find favour and good
3. 13 Happy (is) the man (that) findeth wisdom
4. 22 they (are) life unto those that find them
7. 15 to seek thy face, and I have found thee
8. 9 and right to them that find knowledge
8. 17 those that seek me early shall find me
8 35 whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall
16. 20 that handleth a matter wisely shall find
17. 20 that hath a froward heart flndeth no good
1 8. 22 (Whoso) flndeth a wife flndeth a good(th.)
19. 8 he that keepeth understanding shall find
20 6 but a faithful man who can find ?
21 21 He that followeth. .mercy findeth life
24 14 when thou hast found (it), then there
25. 16 Hast thou found honey ? eat so much as
28 23 shall find more favour than he that
31 10 Who can find a virtuous woman ? for her
7. 28 a woman among all those have I not found
7 29 this only have I found, that God hath
8 17 man cannot find out the work that is done
8 17 yet he shall not find, .not be able to find
Q io Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do
i for thou shalt find it after many days
i, 2 I sought him, but I found l.im not
3 watchmen that go about the city found
4 but I found him whom my soul loveth
s 6 I sought him, but I could not find him
i! 7 watchmen that went about the city found
8 if ye find my beloved, that ye tell him
8 i I should find thee without, I would kiss
8 io then was I in his eyes as one that found
io io hand hath found the kingdoms of the idols
io 14 hath found as a nest the riches of the pe.
,4 14 and find for herself a place of rest
,7 8 found the king of Assyria warring against
AI. 12 shall seek them, aud shait not find them
V io thou hast found the life of thine hand
58 - in the day of your fast ye find pleasure
2 5 What iniquity have your fathers found in
2 24 in her month.they shall find her
2 34 I have not found it by secret search, but
s i if ye can find a man, if there be (any) that
6. 16 and ye shall find rest for your souls
io 18 distress them, that they may find (it so)
14 3 they came to the pits, (and) found no w.
23. ii in my house have I found their wicked.
29. 13 And ye shall seek me, aud find (me)
31 2 The people . . found grace in the wildern.
41. 12 found him by the great waters that (are)
45. 3 fainted in my sighing, and I find no rest
50. 7 All that found them have devoured them
Lam. i 3 among the heathen, she findeth no rest
i. 6 become like harts (that) find no pasture
Song 3
Isa
Jer
FIND
Lam. 2. 9 prophets also flnd no vision from the LOR:
2. 16 looked for ; we have found, we have see:
Eze. 3. i eat that thou flndest; eat this roll, and g
22. 30 And I sought for a man. .but I found
Dan. i. 20 he found them ten times better than all
Hos. 2. 6 make a wall, that she shall not flnd her
a. 7 shall seek them, but shall not find (them
5. 6 they shall not find (him) ; he hath withd
9. 10 found Israel like grapes in the wildernes
12. 4 found him (in) Beth-el, and there he spa
12. 8 I have found me out substance ; (in) all
12. 8 flnd none iniquity in me that (were) sin
Amos 8. 12 word of the LORD, and shall not flnd (it)
Jon. i. 3 he found a ship going to Tarshish : so he
2. To find, n;y shekach, 5.
Ezra 4. 15 so shalt thou find in the book of the rec.
7. 16 that thou canst flnd in all the province
Dan. 2. 25 I have found a man of the captives of
6. 4 sought to flnd occasion against Daniel
6. 4 they could find none occasion nor fault
6. 5 not flnd any occasion against this Daniel
6. 5 we flnd (it) against him concerning the
6. ii found Daniel praying and making suppli
o. To find out, avevpifrxdj aneurisko.
Luke 2. 16 found Mary and Joseph, and the babe
Acts 21. 4 finding disciples, we tarried there seven
4. To find, tvpiffKu heurisko.
Matt t. 1 8 was found with child of the Holy Ghost
2. 8 when ye have found (him), bring me word
7. 7 seek, and ye shall find ; knock, and it
7. 8 he that seeketh flndeth ; and to him
7. 14 the way. .and few there be that find it
8. 10 I have not found so great faith, no, not
10. 39 He that flndeth his life shall lose it
ID. 39 loseth his life for my sake shall flnd it
iii 29 and ye shall flnd rest unto your souls
12. 43 dry places, seeking rest, and flndeth none
12. 44 he flndeth (it) empty, swept, and garnish.
13. 44 which when a man hath found, he hideth
13. 46 when he had found one pearl of great
16. 25 lose his life for my sake shall flnd it
17. 27 thou shalt find a piece of money : that
t8. 13 if it so be that he find it, verily I say
18. 28 found one of his fellow-servants, which
20. 6 found others standing idle, and saith unto
21. 2 shall flnd an ass tied, and a colt with her
21. 19 found nothing thereon, but leaves only
22. 9 as many as ye. .find, bid to the marriage
22. 10 as many as they found, both bad and good
24. 46 lord when he cometh shall find so doing
26. 40 findeth them asleep, and saith unto Peter
26. 43 And he came and found them asleep again
26. 60 found none : yea, though many false
26. 60 false witnesses came, (yet) [found they]
27. 32 they found a man of Cyrene, Simon Mark by i 37 when they had found him, they said unto
7. 30 she found the devil gone out, and her
11. 2 flnd a colt tied, whereon never man sat
xi. 4 and found the colt tied by the door with,
ii. 13 haply he might flnd any thing thereon
11.13 came to it, he found nothing but leaves
13. 36 Lest coming suddenly he flnd you sleeping
14. 16 came., and found as he had said unto them
14. 37 and flndeth them sleeping, and saith unto
14. 40 he found them asleep again, for their eyes
14. 55 sought for witness . . and found none
Lake i. 30 for thou hast found favour with God
2. 12 shall flnd the babe wrapped in swaddling
2. 45 when they found him not, they turned
2. 46 they found him in the temple, sitting in
4. 17 he found the place where it was written
5. 19 when they could not flnd by what (way)
6. 7 they might flnd an accusation against him
7. 9 I have not found so great faith, no, not
7. 10 found the servant whole that had been
8. 35 found the man, out of whom the devils
9. 36 the voice was past, Jesus was found alone
ii. 9 seek, and ye shall flnd ; knock, and it
ii. 10 he that seeketh flndeth; and to him that
ii. 24 finding none, he saith, I will return unto
11. 25 cometh,heflndeth(itysweptandgarnisned
12. 37 lord when he cometh shall flnd watching
12. 38 flnd (them) so, blessed are those servants
12. 43 lord when he cometh shall flnd so doing
13. 6 and sought fruit thereon, and found none
13. 7 seeking fruit on this flg tree, and flnd none
15. 4 after that which is lost, until he flnd it?
15. 5 when he hath found (it), he layeth (it) on
15. 6 for I have found my sheep which was lost
15. 8 and seek diligently till she flnd (it)?
15. 9 when she hath found (it), she calleth (her)
15. 9 I have found the piece which I had lost
15. 24 he was lost, and is found. And they began
15. 32 is alive again ; and was lost, and is found
17. 18 I here are not found that returned to pive
18. 8 cometh, shall he flnd faith on the earth ?
19. 30 shall flnd a colt tied, whereon yet never
19. 32 and found even as he had said unto them
22. 13 went, and found as he had said unto them
22. 45 he found them sleeping for sorrow
23. 2 found this (fellow) perverting the nation
23. 4 said Pilate . I flnd no fault in this man
S3. 14 have found no fault in this man touching
23. 22 I have found no cause of death in him
14- 2 they found the stone rolled away from
24. 3 and found not the body of the Lord Jesus
24. 23 when they found not his body, they came
24. 24 found (it) even so as the woman had said
24. 33 found the eleven gathered together, and
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John i. 41 He first tlndcth hig own brother Simon
i. 41 We have found the Messias, which is
i. 43 flndeth Philip, and saith unto him ; r..l
1. 45 Philip flndeth Nathanael, and saith nnt<
i 45 We have found him, of whom Moses in
2. 14 found in the temple those that sold oxei
5. 14 Jesus flndeth him in the temple, and gait
6. 25 found him on the other side of the sea
7- 34. 36 Ye shall seek me, and shall not flnd
7. 35 Whither will he go, that we shall not flm
9. 35 when he had found him, he said unto bin.
0. 9 and shall go in and out, and flnd pasture
1. 17 he found that he had (lain) in the grave
2. 14 when he had found a young ass, sat the.
8. 38 and saith. .1 flnd in him no fault (at all)
9. 4 ye may know that I flnd no fault in him
9. 6 crucify (him) : for I flnd no fault in him
21. 6 rightjside of the ship, and ye shall find
Acts 4. 21 finding nothing how they might punish
5. 10 and found her dead, and, carrying (her)
5. 22 found them not in tho prison, they retu.
5. 23 prison truly found we shut with all safety
5. 23 when we had opened, we found no man
5- 39 ye be found even to fight against God
7. 1 1 and our fathers found no sustenance
7. 46 Who found favour before God.aud desired
7. 46 to find a tabernacle for the God of Jacob
8. 40 Philip was found at Azotus : and passing
9. 2 if he found any of this way, whether they
9- 33 found a certain man named jEneas, which
10. 27 and found many that were corne together
11. 26 when he had found him, he brought him
12. 19 found him not, he examined the keepers
13. 6 they found a certain sorcerer, a false
13. 22 I have found David the (son) of Jesse, a
13. 28 they found no cause of death (in him), yet
17. 6 when they found them not, they drew J.
17. 23 I found an altar with this inscription, To
17. 27 if haply they might, .find him, though he
18. 2 found a certain Jew named Aquila, born
19. i came to Ephesus : and finding certain d.
19. 19 counted the price, .and found (it) fifty
21. 2 finding a ship sailing over unto Phenicia
23. 9 We find no evil in this man: but if a
24. 5 wehave found this man (a) pestilent (fel. )
24. 12 neither found me in the temple disputing
24. 1 8 Jews, .found me purified in the temple
24. 20 if they have found any evil doing in me
27. 6 found a ship of Alexandria sailing into
27. 28 And sounded, and found (it) twenty fat!:.
27. 28 they sounded again, and found (it) fifteen
28. 14 Where we found brethren, and were de
Rom. 4 . i What shall we say . .Abraham, .hath f. .
7. 10 (ordained) to life, I found (to be) unto d.
7. 18 to perform that which is good [I flnd]
7. 21 I find them a law, that, when I would do
10. 20 I was found of them that sought me not
1 Co. 4. 2 in stewards, that a man be found faithful
15. 15 and we are found false witnesses of God
2 Co. 2. 13 I found not Titus my brother : but taking
5. 3 being clothed we shall not be found naked
9. 4 flnd you unprepared, we . . should be ash.
n. 12 that, .they may be found even as we
12. 20 I shall not flnd you such as I would, and
12. 20 (that) I shall be found unto you such as
Gal. 2. 17 we ourselves also are found sinners
2. 8 being found in fashion as a man, he hu.
3. 9 And be found in him, not having mine
i. 17 sought me out very diligently, and found
1. 18 he may find mercy of the Lord in that d.
Heb. 4. 16 and find grace to help in time of need
11. 5 was not found, because God had transla.
12. 17 he found no place of repentance, though
1 Pe. i. 7 the trial . . might be found unto praise and
2. 22 Who did no sin, neither was guile found
2 Pe. 3. 14 ye may be found of him in peace, without
2 John 4 I found of thy children walking in truth
Rev. 2. 2 hast tried, .and hast found them liars
3. 2 not found thy works perfect before God
5. 4 no man was found worthy to open and
9. 6 men seek death, and shall not flnd it
12. 8 neither was their place found any more
14. 5 And in their mouth was found no guile-
16. 20 and the mountains were not found
18. 14 and thou shalt flnd them no more at all
18. 21 Babylon .. shall be found no more at all
18. 22 shall be found any more in thee
18. 24 in her was found the blood of prophets
20. 1 1 and there was found no place for them
20. 15 whosoever was not found written in the
. To tfike, thoroughly, Kara.\au.0dvw katdlamband.
Acts 25. 25 I found that he had committed nothing
FIND, can
ofind, (vpiffKw hturiskd.
Luke 19. 48 could not flnd what they might do : for
FIND, to cause to
o cause to find, Ky? malsa, 5.
Job 34. ii cause every man to flnd accor. to (his) ways
FIND occasion, to
ofind, ys matsa.
Judg. 9. 33 do to them as thou shall flnd occasion
TND out, to -
I. To think out, 3TH chashab.
2 Ch. 2. 14 to flnd out every device which shall be
I.Tofind, Ky? matsa.
Gen. 44. 16 God hath found out the iniquity of thy
>uni32. 23 and be sure your sin will find you out
Phil.
2Ti.
JudgT4. 12 certainly declare it me. .and find (it) out
14. 18 If ye had not ploughed., ye had notfo. out
i Sa. 20. 21 send a lad, (saying), Go, flnd out the air.
20. 36 Run, flnd out now the arrows which I gh. Job ii. 7 Canst thou by searching flnd out God :
ii. 7 canst thou find out the Almighty unto
Psa. 21. 8 Thine hand shall flnd out all thine enem.
21. 8 right hand shall flnd out those that hate
132. 5 Until I flnd out a place for the LORD
Prov. 8. 12 and flnd out knowledge of witty invent.
Eccl. 3. 1 1 no man can find out the work that God
7. 24 That which is far. .who can find it out?
7. 27 (counting), .to find out the account
8. 17 a man cannot flnd out the work that is
12. 10 Preacher sought to find out acceptable
FINDING (out)
1. To find, n?c malsa.
Gen. 4. 15 lest any finding him should kill him
Isa. 58. 13 nor finding thine own pleasure, nor spe.
^.Search, searching, npn cheqer.
Job 9. 10 Which doeth great things past finding o.
FINDING out, past
Not to be traced out, avt^ixviaa-ros anexichniastos.
Rom. 1 1. 33 judgments, and his ways past finding out I
[Sec also Ease, favour, mercy.]
FINE, finest
1 . Fatness, 3^1 cheleb.
Psa. 81. 16 should have fed them also with the finest
147. 14 fllleth thee with the finest of the wheat
Z.Good, 29 tab.
Dan. 2. 32 image s head (was) of fine gold, his breast
5. Good, aiB tob.
2 Ch. 3. 5 which he overlaid with fine gold, and set
3. 8 he overlaid it with fine gold, (.amounting)
l.Fine combed, pn-,- sariq.
Isa. 19. 9 they that work in fine flax, and they that
5. To be made to shine, 3ny tsahab, 6.
Ezra 8. 27 vessels of fine copper, precious as gold
FINE, to
To refine, ppt zaqaq.
Job 28. Tand a place for gold (where) they fine (it\
FINE flour
\.Fineflovr (rolled or crushed small), nbc soteth.
Lev. 2. i his offering shall be (of) fine ffour; and he
2. 4 cakes of fine flour mingled with oil
2. 5 fine flour unleavened, mingled with oil
2. 7 it shall be made (of) fine flour with oil
5. ii of an ephah of fine flour for a sin offering
6. 20 fine flour for a meat offering perpetual
7. 12 cakes mingled with oil, of fine flour, fried
14. 10 deals of fine flour (for) a meat offering
14. 21 flneflourmingled with oil for a meat offer.
23. 13 tenth deals of fine flour mingled with oil
23. 17 they shall be of fine flour; they shall be
24. 5 shalt take fine flour, and bake twelve
Xum. 6. 15 cakes of fine flour mingled with oil. and
7. 13, 19, 25, 31, 37 fine flour mingled vith oil
7. 43, 49, 55, 61 fine flour mingled with oil
7. 67, 73, 79 of fine flour mingled with oil
8. 8 fine flour mingled with oil, and another
1 Ki. 4. 22 was thirty measures of fine flour, and
2 Ki. 7. i measure of flue flour (be sold) for a shekel
7. 1 6 a measure of fine flour was (sold) for a
7. 18 and a measure of fine flour for a shekel
i Ch. 9. 29 the fine flour, and the wine, and the oil
23. 29 for the fine flour for meat offering, and
Eze. 16. 13 thou didst eat fine flour, and honey, and
16. 19 fine flour, and oil, and honey (wherewith)
46. 14 hin of oil, to temper with the flue flour
1. Fine flour, <rffj.iS&\is semidalis.
Rev. 18. 13 fine flour, and wheat, and beasts, and
FINE brass
Fine frankincense or brass, xa\Ko\l^avov chalk.
Rev. i. 15 his feet like unto fine brass, as if they
2. 1 8 flame of flre, and his feet (are) like fine b.
FINE gold
ne gold, pin charuts.
Prov. 3. 14 and the gain thereof than fine gold
Zech. 9. 3 and fine gold as the mire of the streets
TNE linen
I. Fine, linen, braided or tvxstcd yarn, \i-K ctun.
Prov. 7. 16 carved (works), with fine linen of Egypt
2. Fine white h nen, bussus, p2 bids.
1 Ch. 4. 21 the house of them that wrousht fine linen
15. 27 (was) clothed with a robe of fine linen
2 Ch. 2. 14 in blue, and in fine linen, and in crimson
3. 14 fine linen, and wrought cherubim thereon
Esth. i. 6 fastened with cords of fine linen and
8. 15 with a garment of flue linen and purple
Eze. 27. 16 purple, and broldered work, and flue li.
S.Byssus, fine trlite linrn. Rvvtrwos bussinox.
Rev. 18. 16 that was clothed in fine linen, and purple
19. 8 be arrayed in fine linen, clean and white
19. 8 fine linen is the righteousness of saints
19. 14 clothed in fine linen, white and clean
4. Fine linen, muslin, mvbwv sindon.
Mark 15. 46 he bought fine linen, and took him down
FINER 349 FIRE
S.Jiyti.-iUts, Jiiie whit? Hin /i, /Si trtros Im.xsos.
Luke 1 6. 19 clothed in purple anil flue linen; UeviS.ia.
FINE meal. .SV MEAL.
FINER
To refine, ^"yf tsaraph.
Prbv.25. 4 there shall come, .a vessel Ar the finer
FINGER
1. Finger, J/5*x etsba.
Exod. 8. 19 magicians said . . This (is) the finger of God
29. 12 put (it) upon the horns . . with thy finger
31. 1 8 tables, .written with the finger of God
Lev. 4. 6 priest shall dip his finger in the blood
4. 17 shall dip his finger (in some) of the blood
4. 25, 34 shall take of the blood . . with his ling.
4. 30 take of the blood thereof with his finger
3. 15 put (it) upon the horns, .with his finger
9. 9 he dipped his finger in the blood, and
34. 16 the priest shall dip his right finger in
14. 16 shall sprinkle of the oil with his finger
14. 27 priest shall sprinkle with, .right finger
1 6. 14 and sprinkle (it) with his finger upon the
16. 14 sprinkle of the blood with his finger
16. 19 sprinkle of the blood, .with his finger
Numig. 4 shall take of her blood with his finger ,
Deut. 9. 10 tables, .written with the finger of God
z Sa. 21. 20 that had on every haud six fingers, and
i Ch.2o. 6 whose fingers and toes (were) four and
Psa. 8. 3 consider, .heavens, the work of thy fingers
144. i strength which teacheth .. my fingers to
Prov. 6. 13 with his feet, he teacheth with his fingers
7. 3 Bind them upon thy fingers, write them
j
Song 5. 5 and my fingers (with) sweet smelling
Isa. 2. 8 that which their own fingers have made |
17. 8 respect (that) which his fingers have made i
58. 9 the yoke, the putting, forth of the finger
59. 3 with blood, and your fingers with iniquity
Jer. 52. 21 th thickness thereof (was) four fingers
2. Fingers, Jj/?x etsbean.
Dan. 5. 5 In the same hour came forth fingers of a
Z. Finger, 8a.KTu\os daklulos.
Matt 23. 4 will not move, .with one of their fingers
Mark 7. 33 put his fingers into his ears, and he spit
Luken. 20 I with the finger of God cast out devils
1 1 . 46 touch not the burdens with . . your fingers
1 6 24 he may dip the tip of his finger in water
John 8. 6 [arid with(his) finger wrote on the ground]
20. 25 put my finger into the print of the nails
20. 27 Reach hither thy finger, and behold my
FINING pot
Refining vessel, *p>"? matsreph.
Prov.i7. 3 The fining pot (is) for silver, and the fur.
27. 21 (As) the fining pot for silver, and the fur.
FINISH, to
I. To cut of, y-f-} balsa, 3.
Zech. 4. 9 his hands shall also finish it ; and thou
Z.To shut, restrain, finish, N^ kala, 3.
Dan. 9. 24 to finish the transgression, and to maks
3. To complete, finish, n?| kalah.
i Ch.28. 20 until thou hast finished all the work for
^.To finish, complete, vh^ kalah, 3.
Gen. 6. 16 and in a cubit shalt thou finish it above
Exoc^o. 33 So Moses finished the work
Ruth 3, 18 until he have finished the thing this day
i Ki. 6. 9 So he built the house, and finished it
6. 14 Solomon built the house, and finished it
7. i and he finished all his house
9. i finished the building of the house of the
1 Ch.27. 24 he finished not, because there fell wrath
2 Ch. 7. ii Solomon finished the house of the LORD
24. 14 when they had finished (it), they brought
31. 7 and finished (them) in the seventh month
5. To complete, finish, SS? kelal, 5a.
Ezra 6. 14 finished (it), according to the commandm.
6. To finish, complete, chy shalam, 3.
1 Ki. 9. 25 before the LORD. So he finished the house
7. To finish, complete, chy shelam, 5.
Dan. 5. 26 numbered thy kingdom, and finished it
8. To end fully, a.irore\eca apotelet.
Jas. 1. 15 when it is finished, bringeth forth death
9. To finish throughout, 5iavuio dianud.
Acts 21. 7 when we had finished (our) course from
10. To end fully, fKTt\fu ekteleo.
Lukei4. 29 foundation, and is not able to finish (it)
14. 30 began to build, and was not able to finish
11. To end besides or upon, eirire\e(a epiteleo.
2 Co. 8. 6 would also finish in you the same grace
12. To end together or wholly, awrtXtia sunteleo.
Rom. 9. 28 he will finish the work, and cut (it) short
13.7V) end, finish, rf\ei6ca teleioo.
John 4. 34 is to do the will . . and to finish his work
5. 36 which the Father hath given me to finish
17. 4 I have finished the work which thou gav.
Acts 20 24 I might finish my course with joy, and
14. Ttie things toward completion, TO. Trpbs airap-
TKr/Aov ta pros apartismon.
Lukei4. 28 whether he have (sufficient) to [finish]
15. To end, finish, Te\ o> teleo.
Matt 1 3. 53 when Jesus had finished these parables
19. i when Jesus had finished these sayings
Matt 26. i when Jesus had finished all these sayings
Johmg. 30 he said, it is finished : and he bowed
2 Ti. 4. 7 I have finished (my) course, I have kept
Rev. 10. 7 the mystery of God should be finished
11. 7 they shall have finished their testimony
20. 5 until the thousand years were finished
16. To complete doing, niii-y.
1
? n^ kulah la-asoth.
2 Ch. 4. ii II uram finished the work that he was to
FINISHED, to be
1.7*0 cause to yo out, xy yetsa, 5a.
Ezra 6. 15 this house was finished on the third day
2. To be complete, finished, rhy kalah.
Exod39. 32 Thus was all the work, .finished; and the
1 Ki. 6. 38 was the house finished throughout all
2 Ch. 8. 1 6 was prepared, .and until it was finished
29. 28 until the burnt offering was finished
Dan. 12. 7 when, .all these (things) shall be finished
3. To be completed, finished, nhy kalah, 4.
Gen. 2. i the heavens and the earth were finished
2 Ch.3i. i when all this was finished, all Israel
4. To be finished, complete, thy shalam.
2 Ch. 5. i all the work . . for the house . . was finished
Iseh. 6. 15 the wall was finished in the twenty and
5. To be finished, complete, chy shelam.
Ezra 5. 16 in building, and (yet) it is not finished
G.To become, happen, yivofj.at ginomai.
Heb. 4. 3 works were finished from the foundation
FINISHER
Finisher, ender, completer, reKsuarfa teleiotes.
Heb. 12. 2 the author and finisher of (our) faith
FIR -
\.Fir, cypress, pine, eni? berosh.
2 Sa. 6. 5 all manner of (instruments . . of) fir wood
1 Ki. 5. 8 of cedar, and concerning timber of fir
5. 10 gave Solomon cedar trees and fir trees
6. 15 the floor of the house with planks of fir
6. 34 the two doors (were of) fir tree : th,e two
9. ii with cedar trees and fir trees, and with
2 Ch. 3. 5 the greater house he ceiled with fir .tree
2. Cypresses, firs, pines, D rvn? berolhim.
Song i. 17 beams, .(are) cedar, (and) our rafters of f.
FIR tree
Fir, cypress, or pine tree, W\~Q. berosh.
2 Ki.ig. 23 cut do%vn. .the choice fir trees thereof
2 Ch. 2. 8 fir trees, and algum trees, out of Lebanon
Vsa.104- 17 (as for) the stork, the fir trees (are) her
Isa. 14. 8 the fir trees rejoice at thee, (and) the
37. 24 cut down, .the choice fir trees thereof
41. 19 I will set in the desert the fir tree, .pine
55. 13 Instead of the thorn shall come, .fir tree
60. 13 the fir tree, the pine tree, and the box
Eze. 27. 5 all thy (ship) boards of fir trees of Senir
31. 8 the fir trees were not like his boughs
IIos. 14. 8 I (am) like a green fir tree. From me is
Xah. 2. 3 and the fir trees fhall be terribly shaken
Zechn. 2 Howl, fir tree ; for the cedar is fallen
FIRE
I. Light, fire, iix ur.
Isa. 24. 15 Wherefore glorify ye the LORD in the fires
31. 9 whose fire (is) in Zion, and his furnace in
44. 16 saith, Aha, I am warm, I have seen the f
47. 14 coal to warm at, (nor) fire to sit before it
Eze. 5. 2 Thou shalt burn with fire a third part in
2. Fire, B*x esh.
Gen. 19. 24 and fire from the LORD out of heaven
22. 6 he took the fire in his hand, and a knife
22. 7 Behold the fire and the wood : but where
Exod. 3. 2 a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush
3. 2 the bush burned with fire, and the bush
9. 23 and the fire ran along upon the ground
9. 24 fire mingled with the hail, very grievous
12. 8 eat the flesh in that night, roast with fire
12. 9 nor sodden at all. .but roast (with) fire
12. 10 which remaineth. .ye shall burn with fire
13. 21 in a pillar of fire, to give them light
13. 22 by day, nor the pillar of fire by night
14. 24 the pillar of fire and of the cloud, and
19. 1 8 because the LORD descended, .in fire
22. 6 If fire break out, and catch in thorns, so
24. 17 glory of the LORD (was) like devouring fire
29. 14 thou burn with fire without the camp
29. 34 thou shalt burn the remainder with fire
32. 20 and burnt (it) in the fire, and ground (it)
32. 24 I cast it into the fire, and there came out
35. 3 Ye shall kindle no fire throughout your
40. 38 fire was on it by night, in the sight of all
Lev. i. 7 the priest shall put fire upon the altar
i. 7 and lay the wood in order upon the fire
i. 12 that (is) on the fire which (is) upon the al.
1. 17 upon the wood that (is) upon the fire
2. 14 green ears of corn dried by the fire, (even)
3. 5 which (is) upon, .wood that (is) on the fl.
4. 12 burn him on the wood with fire : where
6. 9 the fire of the altar shall be burning in it
6. 10 and take up the ashes which the fire hath
6. 12 fire upon the altar shall be burning in it
6. 13 fire shall ever be burning upon the altar
6. 30 sin offering, .it shall be burnt in the fire
7. 17 the remainder, .shall be burnt with fire
7. 19 it shall be burnt with fire : and as for
8. 17 dung, he burnt with fire without the camp
8. 32 that which remaineth. .ye burn with fire
9. 1 1 hide he burnt with fire without the camp
9. 24 there came a fire out from before the LORD
Lev. 10. i took . . his censer, and put fire therein, and
10. i olfered strange fire before the LORD, which
10. 2 went out fire from the LORD, and devoured
13. 52 garment, .it shall be burnt in the fire
13. 55 thou shalt burn it in the fire ; it (is) fret
13. 57 burn that wherein the plague (is) with fire
16. 12 take a censer full of burning coals of fire
16. 13 the incense upon the fire before the LoRl>
16. 27 they shall burn in the fire their skins
19. 6 the third day, it shall be burnt in the fire
20. 14 shall be burnt with fire, both he and they
21. 9 she profaneth . .she shall be burnt with fire
Num. 3. 4 they offered strange fire before the LORD
6. 18 and put (it) in the fire which (is) under
9. 15 as it were the appearance of tire, until
9. 16 and the appearance of fire by night
11. i the fire of the LORD burnt among them
ii. 2 prayed unto the LORD, the fire was quen
11. 3 the fire of the LORD burnt among them
14. 14 goest before, .in a pillar of fire by night
16. 7 put fire therein, and put incense in them
16. 1 8 put fire in them, and laid incense thereou
16. 35 there came out a fire from the LORD, and
1 6. 37 scatter thou the fire yonder ; for they are
16. 46 put fire therein from off the altar, and
18. 9 most holy things, (reserved) from the fire
21. 28 For there is a fire gone out of Heshbon, a
26. 10 fire devoured two hundred and fifty men
26. 61 they offered strange fire before the LORD
31. 10 burnt, .all their goodly castles, with fixe
31. 23 Every thing that may abide the fire
31. 23 ye shall make (it) go through the fire, and
31. 23 all that abideth not the fire ye shall make
Deut. i. 33 in fire by night, to show you by what way
4. ii the mountain burned with fire unto the
4. 12 spake unto you out of the midst of the fire
4. 15 you in Horeboutof themidstof the fire
4. 24 the LORD thy God (is) a consuming fire
4. 33 God speaking out of the midst of the fire
4. 36 upon earth he showed thee his great fire
4. 36 his words out of the midst of the fire
5. 4 LORD talked, .out of the midst of the fire
5. 5 ye were afraid by reason of the fire, and
5. 22 LORD spake, .out of the midst of the fire
5. 23 for the mountain did burn with fire
5. 24 heard his voice out of the midst of the fira
5. 25 for this great fire will consume us : if we
5. 26 God speaking out of the midst of the fire
7. 5 and burn their graven images with fire
7. 25 images of their gods, .ye burn with fire
9. 3 (as) a consuming fire he shall destroy them
9. 10 out of the midst of the fire in the day of
9. 15 the mount burned with fire : and the two
9. 21 and burnt it with fire, and stamped it
10. 4 out of the midst of the fire in the day of
12. 3 burn their groves with fire ; and ye shall
12. 31 they have burnt in the fire to their gods
13. 16 shalt burn with fire the city, and all the
18. 10 or his daughter to pass through the fire
1 8. 16 neither let me see this great fire any
32. 22 fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall
Josh. 6. 24 they burnt the city with fire, and all;
7. 15 accursed thing shall be burnt with fire
7. 25 and burned them with fire, after they had
8. 8 (that) ye shall set the city on fire
8. 19 and hasted and set the city on fire
11. 6 thou shalt. .burn their chariots with fire
ii. 9 and burnt their chariots with fire
11. ii smote all. .and he burnt Hazor with fire
Judg. i. 8 and smitten it. .and set the city on fire
6. 21 there rose up fire out of the rock, and
9. 15 let fire come out of the bramble, and
9. 20 if not, let fire come out from Abimelech
9. 20 let fire come out from the men of Shech.
9. 49 and set the hold on fire upon them
9. 52 hard unto the door, .to burn it with fire
12. i will burn thine house upon thee with fire
14. 15 burn thee and thy father s house with fi.
15. 5 And when he had set the brands on fire
15. 6 and burnt her and her father with fire
15. 14 became as fiax that was burnt with fire
16. 9 tow is broken when it toucheth the fire
18. 27 they smote, .and burnt the city with fire
20. 48 also they set on fire all the cities that
1 Sa. 30. i smitten Ziklag, and burnt it with fire
30. 3 and, behold, (it was) burned with fire
30. 14 of Caleb ; and we burned Ziklag with fire
2 Sa. 14. 30 See, Joab s field, .go and set it on fire
14. 30 Absalom s servants set the field on fire
14. 31 have thy servants set my field on fire ?
22. 9 fire out of his mouth devoured: coals were
22. 13 before him were coals of fire kindled
23. 7 they shall be utterly burned with fire in
1 Ki. 9. 16 and taken Gezer, and burnt it with fire
16. 18 Zimri. .burnt the king s house. .with fire
18. 23, 23 lay (it) on wood, and put no fire
18 24 and the God that answereth by fire, let
18. 25 and call on. .your gods, but put no fire
18. 38 the fire of the LORD fell, and consumed
19. 12 And after the earthquake a fire
19. 12 not in the fire : and after the fire a still
2 Ki. i. 10, 12 let fire come down from heaven, and
i. 10, 14 there came down fire from heaven
1. 12 the fire of God came down from heaven
2. ii a chariot of tire, and horses of fire, and
6. 17 full of horses and chariots of fire round
8. 12 their stronghold wilt thou set on fire
16. 3 made his son to pass through the fire
17. 17 caused their sons, .to pass through, .fire
17. 31 Sepharvites burnt their children in fire
19. 18 And have cast their gods into the fire
21. 6 he made his son pass through the fire
FIRE 350 FIRE
2 Ki.23. 10 make his son . .to pass through the ftre
23. 1 1 burned the chariots of the sun with ftre
25. 9 every great, .house burnt he with fire
i Ch.i4. 12 And. .their gods, .were burned with ttre
21. 26 he answered him from heaven by tire
a Ch. 7. i fire came down from heaven, and consu.
7. 3 all. . Israel saw how the lire came down
28 3 and burnt his children in the fire, after
33 6 to pass through the tire in the valley of
35 . 13 And they roasted the passover witli fire
36. 10 burnt all the palaces thereof with fire
Neh. i. 3 the gates thereof are burned with ftre
2. 3, 13. 17 gates thereof., consumed with ftre?
9! i2 in the night by a pillar of ftre, to give
9. 19 neither the pillar of fire by night, to shew
Job 1. 16 The fire of God is fallen from heaven, and
15. 34 ftre shall consume the tabernacles of brib.
18. 5 and the spark oi his flre shall not shine
20. 26 a flre not blown shall consume him ; it
22. 20 the remnant of them the ftre consumeth
28. 5 and under it is turned up as it were flre
31. 128 flre (that) consumeth to destruction
41. 19 go burning lamps, .sparks of flre leap out
Psa. ii. 6 he shall rain, .flre and brimstone, and an
18. 8 flre out of his mouth devoured : coals
18. 12 clouds passed, hail . .and coals of flre
18. 13 gave his voice ; hail, .and coals of flre
21. 9 in his wrath, and the flre shall devour
29. 7 voice of the LORD divideth . . flames of flre
39. 3 while I was musing the flre burned
46. 9 he burneth the chariot in the flre
50. 3 a fire ghall devour before him, and it
66. 12 we went through flre and through water
68. 2 as wax melteth before the fire, (so) let
74. 7 They have cast flre into thy sanctuary
78. 14 and all the night with a light of flre
78. 21 a ftre was kindled against Jacob, and
78. 63 The ftre consumed their young men ; and
79. 5 LORD?, .shall thy jealousy burn like flre ?
80. 16 burned with flre, (it is) cut down : they
83. 14 As the ftre burneth a wood, and as the
89. 46 LORD ?. . shall thy wrath burn like flre ?
97. 3 A flre goeth before him, and burneth up
104. 4 Who maketh . . his ministers a flaming flre
105. 32 He gave them . . flaming flre in their land
105. 39 and fire to give light in the night
106. 18 And a flre was kindled in their company
118. 12 they are quenched as the ftre of thorns
140. 10 let them be cast into the fire ; into deep
148. 8 Fire, and hail ; snow, and vapours ; stormy
Prov. 6. 27 Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his
16. 27 and in his lips (there is) as a burning flre
26. 20 Where no wood is. .the fire goeth out
26. 21 (As), .wood to flre ; so (is) a contentious
30. 16 and the flre (that) saith not, (It is) enough
Hong 8. 6 the coals thereof (are) coals of flre
Isa. i. 7 your cities (are) burned with flre : your
4. 5 and the shining of a flaming flre by night
5. 24 as the flre devoureth the stubble, and
9. 5 but. .shall be with burning, .fuel of flre
9. 18 For wickedness burneth as the flre : it
9. 19 people shall be as the fuel of the flre
io. 16 a burning like the burning of a flre
10. 17 the light of Israel shall be for a flre
26. 1 1 fire of thine enemies shall devour them
29. 6 tempest, and the flame of devouring flre
30. 14 a sherd to take ftre from the hearth
30. 27 and his tongue as a devouring flre
30. 30 and (with) the flame of a devouring fire
30. 33 the pile thereof (is) flre and much wood
33. ii your breath, (as) flre, shall devour you
33. 12 (as) thorns., shall they be burned in the ft.
33. 14 who. .shall dwell with the devouring flre?
37. 19 And have cast their gods into the flre
43 2 when thou walkest through the flre, thou
44. 16 He burneth part thereof in the flre ; with
44. 19 I have burned part of it in the flre ; yea
47. 14 Behold, .the flre shall burn them ; they
50. 1 1 Behold, all ye that kindle a fire, that
50. 1 1 walk in the light of your flre, and in the
54. 16 smith that bloweth the coals in the flre
64. 2 As (when) the melting fire burneth, the fi.
64. ii our beautiful house, .is burnt up with fire
65. 5 These (are) a smoke in my nose, a flre
66. 15 behold, the LORD will come with flre
66. 15 to render. . his rebuke with flames of fire
66. 16 For by flre. .will the LORD plead with all
66. 24 neither shalt their flre be quenched ; and
ier. 4. 4 lest my fury come forth like ftre, and
5. 14 I will make my words in thy mouth fire
6. 29 lead is consumed of the fire; the founder
7. 18 the fathers kindle the flre. and the worn.
7. 31 to burn . . their daughters in the flre
n. 16 he hath kindled flre upon it, and the
15. 14 for a flre is kindled in mine anger, (which)
17. 4 for ye have kindled a ftre in mine anger
17. 27 then will I kindle a fire in the gates there,
iq. 5 burn their sons with flre (for) burnt offe.
20. 9 as a burning flre shut up in my bones
21. 10 this city, .he shall burn it with fire
21. 12 lest my fury go out like flre, and burn
21. 14 I will kindle a flre in the forest thereof
22. 7 and they shall . . cast (them) into the fire
23. 29 (Is) not my word like as a fire ? saith the
29. 22 the king of Babylon roasted in the flre
32. 29 Chaldeans . . shall come and set flre on this
34. 2 this city . .he shall burn it with flre
34. 22 and they shall, .burn it with flre : and I
36. 23 he cut it. .and cast (it) into the fire that
36. 23 until all the soil was consumed in the fi.
36. 32 which Jehoiakim . . had burnt in the ftre
37. 8 Chald. shall come . . and burn it with flre
Jer. 37. io (yet) should they, .burn this city with flre
38. 17 this city shall not be burned with ttre
38. 18 they shall burn it with ttre, and thou
38. 23 cause this city to be burned with flre
39. 8 Chaldeans burned . . the houses . . with fire
43. 12 I will kindle a ftre in the houses of the
43. 13 and the houses .. shall he burn with flre
48. 45 a ftre shall come forth out of Heshbon
49. 2 and her daughters shall be burnt with fl.
49. 27 will kindle a fire in the wall of Damascus
50. 32 I will kindle a ttre in his cities, and it
51. 32 the reeds they have burned with flre, and
51. 58 her high gates shall be burned with flre
51. 58 folk in the flre, and they shall be weary
52. 13 and all the houses . . burned he with flre
Lam. i . i i From above hath he sent flre into my bo.
2. 3 burned against Jacob like a flaming fire
2. 4 he stood . . he poured out his fury like ft.
4. ii hath kindled a flre in Zion, and it hath
Eze. i. 4 a great cloud, and a flre infolding itself
i. 4 of amber, out of the midst of the flre
1.13 like burning coals of fire, (and) like the
i. 13 the fire was bright, and out of the flre
i. 27 I saw.. the appearance of flre round
1. 27 I saw as it were the appearance of flre
5. 4 cast them into the midst of the (ire, and
5. 4 burn them in the ftre ; (for) thereof shall
5. 4 flre come forth into all the house of Israel
8. 2 Io, a likeness as the appearance of flre
8. 2 from the appearance of his loins, .ftre
io. 2 and fill thine hand with coals of fire from
io. 6 Take flre from between the wheels, from
10. 7 the flre that (was) between the cherubim
15. 4 it is cast into the fire, .the flre devoureth
15. 5 when the fire hath devoured it, and it is
15. 6 which I have given to the fire for fuel
15. 7 go out from (one) fire, and (another) flre
16. 41 they shall burn thine houses with flre
19. 12 and withered; the flre consumed them
19. 14 fire is gone out of a rod of her branches
20. 31 make your sons to pass through the flre
20. 47 Behold, I will kindle a flre in thee, and
21. 31 I will blow against thee in the fire of my
21. 32 Thou shalt be for fuel to the fire ; thy
22. =o to blow the flre upon it, to melt (it) ; so
22. 21 blow upon you in the fire of my wrath
22. 31 I have consumed them with the flre of
23. 25 thy residue shall be devoured by the fire
23. 47 and burn up their houses with flre
24. io Heap on wood, kindle the fire, consume
24 12 wearied, .her scum (shall be) in the flre
28. 14 walked, .in the midst of the stones of flre
28. 16 from the midst of the stones of flre
28. 1 8 therefore will I bring forth a fire from
30. 8 when I have set a flre in Egypt, and
30. 14 will set flre in Zoan, and will execute
30. 16 1 will set ftre in Egypt : Sin shall have
36. 5 in the flre of my jealousy have I spoken
38. 19 in the flre of my wrath have I spoken
38. 22 and great hailstones, fire, and brimstone
39. 6 I will send a fire on Magog, and among
39. 9 shall set on fire and burn the weapons
39. 10 they shall burn the weapons with fire
Dan. io. 6 his eyes as lamps of flre, and his arms
Hos. 7. 6 the morning it burneth as a flaming flre
8. 14 but I will send a fire upon his cities
Joel i. 19, 20 the flre hath devoured the pastures of
2. 3 A fire devoureth before them ; and behind
2. 5 a flame of ftre that devoureth the stubble
2. 30 show, .blood, and flre, and pillars of sm.
Amos 1.4! will send a flre into the house of Hazael
i. 7, io I will send a flre on the wall of
1. 12 I will send a fire upon Teman, which
1. 14 I will kindle a flre in the wall of Kabbah
2. 2, 5 But I will send a flre. .and it shall dev.
5. 6 lest he break out like flre in the house of
7. 4 the LORD God called to contend by flre
Obad. 18 And the house of Jacob shall be a flre
Mic. i. 4 as wax before the flre, (and) as the waters
i. 7 the hires, .shall be burned with the flre
Xah. i. 6 his fury is poured out like flre, and the
3. 13 Behold, .the fire shall devour thy bars
3. 1 5 There shall the fire devour thee ; the sw.
Hab. 2. 13 the people shall labour in the very flre
Xcpli. i. 18 shall be devoured by the fire of his jealo.
3. 3 shall be devoured with the fire of my jea.
Zech. 2. 5 For I . . will be . . a wall of fire round about
3. 2 not this a brand plucked out of the fire ?
9. 4 Behold . . she shall be devoured with fire
11. i Open thy doors, .that theflre maydevour
12. 6 like an hearth of flre among the wood
12. 6 like a torch of fire in a sheaf ; and they
13. 9 I will bring the third part through the fi.
Mai. 3. 2 like a refiner s flre, and like fullers sop*
S.Firc, nyx e.ihshah.
Jer. 6. 29 the lead is consumed of the flre ; the fo.
4. ftiirning, -"Hi!3 beerah.
Exod22. 6 he that kindled the flre shall surely make
5. Fire, *fl) nitr.
Dan. 3. 22 the flame of the fire slew those men that
3. 24 Did not we cast three men. .into, .the fl.?
3. 25 four men . .walking in the midst of the fl.
3. 36 came forth of the midst of the fire
3. 27 upon whose bodies the flre had no power
3. 27 nor the smell of flre had passed on them
7. 9 flery flame, .his wheels (as) burning flre
G.Fire, fvp pur.
Matt. 3. io tree, .is hewn down, and cast into the fire
3. ii baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and . flre
Jas.
1 Pe. i
2 Pe. 3
Jude
Rev.
Matt. 3. 12 burn up the chaff with unquenchable flre
5. 22 Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell flre
7. 19 tree, .is hewn down, and cast into the fire
13. 40 As. .the tares are. .burned in the flre ; so
13. 42 shall cast them into a furnace of flre
13. 50 shall cast them into the furnace of flre
17. i$ for oft times he falleth into the flre, and
1 8. 8 two feet to be cast into everlasting flre
1 8. 9 having two eyes to be cast into hell flre
25. 41 Depart from me. .into everlasting fire
Mark 9. 22 oft times it hath cast him into the flre
9- 43. 45 [the flre that shall never be quenched]
9. 44, 46, 48 [and the flre is not quenched]
9. 47 having two eyes to be cast into hell [flre]
9. 49 For every one shall be salted with flre
Luke 3. 9 tree . . is hewn down, and cast into the flre
3. 16 baptize . . with the Holy < ihost and with fl.
3. 17 the chaff he will burn with ftre unquench.
9. 54 that we command flre to come down from
12. 49 I am come to send fire on the earth
17. 29 it rained flre and brimstone from heaven
22. 55 when they had kindled a ftre in the miust
Johnis. 6 men. .cast, .into the flre, and they are bur.
Acts 2. 3 cloven tongues like as of flre, and it sat
2. 19 blood, and flre, and vapour of smoke
7. 30 an angel . . in a flame Of flre in a bush
28. 5 he shook off the beast into the flre, and
Rom. 12. 20 thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head
1 Co. 3. 13 because it shall be revealed by flre
3. 13 the flre shall try every man s work of
3. 15 himself shall be saved; yet so as by flre
2 Th. i. 8 In flaming flre taking vengeance on them
Heb. i. 7 Who maketh . .his ministers a ttame of fl.
11. 34 Quenched the violence of ftre, escaped
12. 18 the mount, .that burned with flre, nor
12. 29 For our God (is) a consuming flre
3. 5 how great a matter a little fire kindleth !
3. 6 the tongue (is) a ftre, a world of iniquity
5. 3 and shall eat your flesh as it were ftre
i. 7 your faith, .though it be tried with flre
7 reserved unto ftre against the day of
7 suffering the vengeance of eternal flre
23 pulling, .out of the flre ; hating even the
1. 14 and his eyes (were) as a flame of flre
2. 1 8 who hath his eyes like unto a fiame of fire
3. 1 8 to buy of me gold tried in the fire
4. 5 seven lamps of flre burning before the
8. 5 filled it with fire of the altar, and cast
8. 7 there followed hail and flre mingled with
8. 8 a great mountain burning [with flre] was
9. 17 out of their mouths issued flre and smoke
9. 1 8 by the flre, and by the smoke, and by the
10. i mighty angel, .his feet as pillars of fire
11. 5 fire proceedeth out of their mouth, and
13. 13 so that he maketh fire come down fromh,
14. io he shall be tormented with flre and brim.
14. 1 8 another angel . . which had power over fire
15. 2 as it were a sea of glass mingled with flre
16. 8 given unto him to scorch men with flre
17. 16 shall eat her flesh, and burn her with flre
18. 8 she shall be utterly burned with fire
19. 12 His eyes, .as a flame of fire, and on his
19. 20 both were cast alive into a lake of fire
20. 9 fire came down from God out of heaven
20. io the devil, .was cast into the lake of flre
20. 14 And death and hell were cast into . . fire
20. 15 not found, .was cast into the lake of ftre
21. 8 in the lake which burneth with fire and
7.Fire, pyre, wpd pura.
Acts 28. 2 for they kindled a fire, and received us
28. 3 And when Paul, .laid (them) on the flre
8. Light, <pias phos.
Marki4 54 he sat. .and warmed himself at the ftre
Luke 22. 56 maid beheld him as he sat by th,e fire
FIRE, to be on
To be set on fire, irvp6ofj.ai puroomai.
2 Pe. 3. 12 wherein the heavens being on ftre shall
FIRE, of
Offire, fiery, irvpivos purinos.
Rev. 9. 17 having breastplates of fire, and of jacinth
FIRE, to set or be set on [See SET.j
1. To kindle, fntni, n*; yatsath, 5.
2 Sa. 14. 31 have thy servants set my field on flre ?
2. To set on fire, burn, srp lahat, 3.
Deut32. 22 and set on fire the foundations of the m.
Pga, 57. 4 (even among) them that are set on fire
83. 14 the flame setteth the mountains on ttre
Isa. 42. 25 and it hath set him on flre round about
3. To set in a blaze, <j>\oyifa phlogizd.
Jas. 3. 6 setteth on flre . . and it is set on fire of hell
FIRE, sign of
Uplifted signal, nKfc? maseth.
Jer. 6. i set up a sign of flre in Beth-haccerem
FIRE brand
1. Brand, iix ud.
Isa. 7. 4 for the two tails of these smoking fireb.
Amos 4. 1 1 ye were as a firebrand plucked out of the
2.Sparks, C j3l ziqqim.
Prov.26. 18 As a mad (man) who casteth firebrands
3. Lamp, T91
? lappid.
Judpi;. 4 took firebrands, and turned tail to tail
15. 4 and put a firebrand in the mid->t between
351 FIRST
FIRE pan
Fire pan, censer, snuff dish, rum? machtah.
Exod27. 3 and his flesh hooks, and his flre pans
38. 3 (and) the flesh hooks, and the flre pans
2 Ki. 25. 15 the flre pans, and the bowls, .such things
Jer. 52. 19 the flre pans, and the bowls, and the cal.
FIRKIN
A measure, ^rp^r-frs metretes.
John 2. 6 containing two or three firkins apiece
FIRM
1 . Firm, fat, O9 bari.
Psa. 73. 4 in their death ; but their strength (is) firm
"2. To prepare, establish, set up, pa kun, 5.
Josh. 3. 17 the priests, .stood firm on dry ground in
4. 3 the place where the priests feet stood firm
3. Steadfast, firm, sure, /8e/3aios bebaios.
Heb. 3. 6 rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end
FIRM, to be (as)
To be firm, p$; yatsaq.
Job 41. 23 they are firm in themselves ; they cannot
41. 24 His heari; is as firm as a stone ; yea, as
FIRM, to make
To make strong, IP? teqeph, 3.
Dan. 6. 7 to make a firm decree, that whosoever
FIRMAMENT
Expanse, y "p"; raqia.
Gen. i. 6 God said, Let there be a firmament in the
i. 7 God made the firmament, and divided
i. 7 the waters which (were) under the firm,
i. 7 waters which (were) above the firmament
i. 8 And God called the firmament Heaven
i. 14 Let there be lights in the firmament of
i. 15 let them be for lights in the firmament of
i. 17 And God set them in the firmament of
i. 20 fly above the earth in the open firmament
Psa. 19. i the firmament showeth his handywork
150. i praise him in the firmament of his power
Eze. i. 22 And the likeness of the firmament upon
i 23 under the firmament (were) their wings
i. 25 there was a voice from the firmament that
1. 26 above the firmament that (was) over their
10! i the firmament that (was) above the head
Dan. 12. 3 shine as the brightness of the firmament
FIRST
l.One, iriN echad.
Gen. il 5 evening and the morning were the first
2. ii The name of the first (is) Pison : that (is)
8. 5 on the first, .of the month, were the tops
8. 13 in the six hundredth and first year
8. 13 the first, .of the month, the waters were
Exod4o. 2 On the first day of the., month shaltthou
40. 17 on the first, .of the month, .the tabernacle
Lev. 23 24 In the seventh month, in the first, .of the
Num. i. i on the first, .of the second month, in the
i. 18 on the first, .of the second month, and
29. i in the seventh month, on the first . . of the
33. 38 died, .in the first, .of the fifth month
Deut. i. 3 in the eleventh month, on the first, .of
1 Ki. 1 6. 23 In the thirty and first year of Asa king of
2 Ch.29 17 Now they began on the first, .of the. .mo.
36. 22 in the first year of Cyrus king of Persia
Ezra i. i in the first year of Cyrus king of Persia
3. 6 From the first day of the seventh month
7. 9 For upon the first . . of the . . month
7. 9 on the first, .of the fifth month came he
10. 16 sat down in the first day of the tenth
10. 17 made an end. .by the first day of the
Neh. 8. 2 upon the first day of the seventh month
Job 42. 14 he called the name of the first, Jemima
Eze. 26. i in the eleventh year, in the first, .of the
29. 17 in the first . .of the month, the word
31. i in the third (month), in the first, .of the
32. T in the twelfth month, in the first, .of the
45. 18 in the first, .of the month, thou shalt
Dan. i. 21 Daniel continued, .unto the first year of
9. i In the first year of Darius the son of A.
9. 2 In the first year of his reign. I Daniel
11. i Also I, in the first year of Darius the Mede
Hag. i. i in the sixth month, in the first day of
"l.One, in chad.
Ezra 5. 13 in the first year of Cyrus the king of B.
6. 3 in the first year of Cyrus the king
Dan. 6. 2 three presidents, of whom Daniel, .first
7. i In the first year of Belshazzar king of Ba.
3. Former, Oip qadmai.
Dan. 7. 4 The first . . like a lion, and had eagle s win.
7 . 8 there were three of the first horns plucked
7. 24 and he shall be diverse from the first
4. Head, first, pjjf! reishon.
Josh.2i. io of Levi, had . for their s was the first lot
Job 15. 7 (Art) thou the first man (that) was born?
6.Head, principal, trxi rosh.
i Ch.i2. 9 Ezer the first, Obadiah the second, Eliab
16 7 David delivered flrst . . to thank the L.
23. 19 Of the sons of Hebron ; Jeriah the first
23. 20 Of the sons of TJzziel ; Micah the flrst
24. 21 sons of Rehabiah, the first. .Isshiah
Amos 6. 7 now shall they go captive with the flrst
1.Head, first, p2>!O
rishon.
Gen. 8. 13 in the flrst (month), .the waters were dr.
13. 4 which he had made there at the first
25. 25 the flrst came out red, all over like an
26. i beside the first famine that was in the
Gen. 28. 19 name of that city. .Luz at the flrst
38. 28 a scarlet thread, saying, This came out fl.
41. 20 the ill favoured kine did eat up the first
Exod. 4. 8 neither hearken to the voice of the first
12. 2 it. .the flrst month of the year to you
12. 15 the flrst day ye shall put away leaven out
12. 15 from the first day until the seventh day
12. 16 in the first day. .an holy convocation
32. 18 In the flrst. .on the fourteenth day of the
34. i Hew. .tables of stone like unto the flrst
34. i the words that were in the flrst tables
34. 4 two tables of stone like unto the flrst
40. 2 On the . . day of the flrst month shalt thou
40. 17 in the flrst month in the second year, on
Lev. 4. 2 1 burn him as he burned the flrst bullock
5 8 offer (that) which (is) for . . sin offering fl.
9. 15 slew it, and offered it for sin, as the first
23. 5 In the fourteenth . . of the flrst month at
23. 7 In the flrst day ye shall have an holy
23. 35 On the flrst day. .an holy convocation : ye
23. 39 on the flrst day. .a sabbath, and on the
23. 40 ye shall take you on the first day the
Num. 2. 9 camp of Judah. .These shall first set forth
7 . 12 he that offered his offering the first day
g. i in the first month of the second year after
9. 5 on the fourteenth day of the first month
io. 13 they first took their journey according to
io. 14 In the first (place) went the standard of
20. i into the desert of Ziu in the flrst month
28. 16 in the fourteenth day of the flrst month
28. 18 In the first day. .an holy convocation
33. 3 they departed from Rameses in the first
33. 3 on the fifteenth day of the flrst month
Deut. 9. 1 8 I fell down, .as at the first, forty days
io. i. 3 tables of stone like unto the first
io. 2 the words that were in the first tables
10. 4 wrote . . according to the flrst writing
io io I stayed, .according to the flrst time, fo.
13. 9 thine hand shall be flrst upon him to put
16. 4 which thou sacriflcedst the first day at
17. 7 The hands of the witnesses shall be first
Josh. 4. 19 on the tenth, .of the first month, and
8. 5 it shall come to pass . .as at the first, that
8. 6 say. They flee before us, as at the first
JudgiS. 29 name of the city (was) Laish at the flrst
20. 22 they put themselves in array the flrst day
20. 32 They (are) smitten down, .as at the flrst
20. 39 they are smitten . . as (in) the first battle
1 Sa. 14. 14 that flrst slaughter, .was about twenty
2 Sa. 19. 20 I am come the first this day of all the
19. 43 that our advice should not be first had
21. 9 they . .were put to death . .in the flrst
i Ki.i7- 13 but make me thereof a little cake first
18. 25 Choose, .one bullock, .and dress (it) first
20. 9 All that thou didst send for. .at the flrst
20. 17 And the young men. .went out first; and
1 Ch. 9. 2 Now the first inhabitants., in their poss.
11. 6 Whosoever smiteth the Jebusites first
11. 6 So Joab the son of Zeruiah went first up
12. 15 they that went over Jordan in the first
15. 13 For because ye (did it) not at the first
24. 7 the flrst lot came forth to Jehoiarib
25. 9 the flrst lot came forth for Asaph to Jos.
27. 2 Over the flrst course for the flrst month
27. 3 the captains of the host for the flrst mo.
29. 29 the acts of David the king, first and last
2 Ch. 3. 3 The length by cubits after the first mea
9. 29 the rest of the acts of Solomon, first and
12. 15 Now the acts of Rehoboam, first and last
16. ii the acts of Asa, first and last, Io, they
17. 3 he walked in the first ways of his father
20. 34 the rest of the acts of Jehoshaphat, first
25. 26 the rest of the acts of Amaziah, first and
26. 22 the rest of the acts of Uzziah, first and
28. 26 rest of his acts and of all his ways, flrst
29. 3 He, in the flrst year, .in the flrst month
29. 17 they began on . . the flrst month to sanctify
29. 17 in the sixteenth day of the flrst month
35. i on the fourteenth, .of the flrst month
35. 27 And his deeds, first and last, behold
Ezra 3. 12 ancient men, that had seen the first house
6. 19 upon the fourteenth, .of the flrst month
7. 9 For upon, .the flrst month began he to
8. 31 on the twelfth, .of the first month, to go
10. 17 they made an end. .by the. .first month
Neh. 7. 5 found . .of them which came up at the fl.
8. 1 8 from the flrst day unto the last day, he
Esth. i. 14 (and) which sat the flrst in the kingdom
3. 7 In the flrst month, that (is), the month N .
3. 12 on the thirteenth day of the first month
Prov.iS. 17 flrst in his own cause, .just ; but his
Isa. i. 26 I will restore thy judges as at the flrst
9. i when at the first he [Heb. eth rishon.}
41. 4 I the LORD, the first, and with the last
41. 27 The first (shall say) to Zion, Behold
43. 27 Thy flrst father hath sinned, and thy
44. 6 I (am) the flrst, and I (am) the last ; and
48. 12 Hearken. .1 (am) the flrst, I also (am) the
60. 9 the ships of Tarshish first, to bring thy
Jer. 7. 12 Shiloh, where I set my name at the first
16. 18 first I will recompense their iniquity and
33. 7 I . .will build them, as at the flrst
33. ii For I will cause to return, .as at the first
w. 17 flrst the king of Assyria hath devoured
Eze. 29. 17 in the first (month), .the word of the Lo.
30. 20 in the first (month) in the seventh . . of
40. 21 were after the measure of the first gate
45. 18 In the flrst (month), .thou shalt take a
45. 21 In the first (month), in the fourteenth
Dan. 8. 21 and the great horn . . (is) the flrst king
io. 4 the flrst month, as I was by the side of
io. 12 from the first day. .thy words were heard
Hos. 2. 7 I will go and return to my first husband
Joel 2. 23 cause to come., the latter rain in the first
Mic. 4. 8 unto thee shall it come, even the first
Hag. 2. > Who. .saw this house in her flrst glory :
Zech. 6. 2 In the flrst chariot (were) red horses, and
12. 7 The LORD also shall save . .Judah flrst
14. io unto the place of the flrst gate, unto the
7. Beginning, first, }rn rishoni.
Jer. 25. i the flrst year of Nebuchadrezzar king of
8. Foremost, first, nTK"! reshith.
Exod23. 19 The first of the first fruits of thy land
34. 26 The flrst of the first fruits of thy land
iNum 15. 20 Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of your
15. 21 Of the first of your dough ye shall give
24. 20 said, Amalek. .the first of the nations
Deut. 1 8. 4 and the first of the fleece of thy sheep
26. 2 That thou shalt take of the firstiof all the
Eze. 44. 30 And the first of all the first fruits of all
44. 30 ye shall . give unto the priest the first of
9. Commencement, first, nVnp techillah.
Judg. i. i Who shall go up for us. .first, to fight
20. 18 Which of us shall go up first to the battle
20. 18 the LORD said, Judah (shall go up) first
2 Sa. 17. 9 some of them be overthrown at the first
Dan. 8. i after that which appeared .. at the first
10. To begin, tyn chalal, 5.
i Sa. 14. 35 the same was the first altar that he built
11. Its (Heb. pron. = Eng. the first).
Lev. 14. io one ewe lamb of the first year without
Num. 6. 14 one ewe lamb of the first year without
15. 27 he shall bring a she goat of the first year
\1. Beginning, principal point, apx^l arc/ie.
Heb. 5. 12 the first principles of the oracles Ac. 26.4
13. One, fiia mia.
Titus 3. io after the flrst and second admonition
I4.Prior, Trpdrtpov proteron.
Heb. 4. 6 they to whom it was first preached
7 . 27 to offer up sacrifice, first for his own sins
15. First, irpcaTov, or rb irpunov proton, or to proton.
Matt. 5. 24 first be reconciled to thy brother, and
6. 33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God
7. 5 flrst cast out the beam out of thine own
8. 21 suffer me flrst to go and bury my father
12. 29 except he first bind the strong man ?
13. 30 Gather ye together first the tares, and
17. io Whythensay. .that Elias must first come?
17. ii Elias truly shall [first] come, and restore
23. 26 cleanse flrst that, .within the cup and
Mark 3. 27 except he will first bind the strong man
4. 28 first the blade, then the ear, after that
7. 27 Let the children first be filled : for it is
9. ji Why say the scribes that Elias must flrst
9. 12 he answered. .Elias verily cometh flrst
13. io the Gospel must first be published among
16. 9 [he appeared flrst to Mary Magdalene]
Luke 6. 42 cast out first the beam out of thine own
9. 59 suffer me flrst to go and bury my father
9. 61 but let me flrst go bid them farewell
10. 5 into whatsoever house ye enter, first say
11. 38 he had not first washed before dinner
14. 28 For which of you . . sitteth not down first
14. 31 Or what king, .sitteth not down first, and
17. 25 But first must he suffer many things
21. 9 for these things must first come to pass
John 1 8. 13 led him away to Annas first; for he was
Acts 3. 26 Unto you first God, having raised up his
7. 12 in Egypt, he sent out our fathers first
11. 26 disciples were called Christians first in A.
13. 46 word of God should first have been spoken
26. 20 But showed flrst unto them of Damascus
Rom. i 8 First, I thank my God through Jesus Ch.
1 16 to the Jew [first], and also to the Greek
2 9 of the Jew flrst, and also of the Gentile
2 io to the Jew flrst, and also to the Gentile
15 24 if first I be somewhat filled with your
1 Co. 12. 28 flrst apostles, secondarily prophets, third.
15. 46 that (was) not flrst which is spiritual, but
2 Co 8. 5 flrst gave their own selves to the Lord
Eph 4 9 he also descended [flrst] into the lower
1 Th 4. 16 and the dead in Christ shall rise flrst
2 Th " 3 except there come a falling away first
1 Ti 2. i I exhort therefore, that, first of all
3 . io let these also flrst be proved ; then let
K 4 let them learn flrst to show piety at home
2 Ti. i. 5 which dwelt flrst in thy grandmother L.
Heb 7. 2 flrst being by interpretation King of
Jas 3 17 wisdom that is from above is flrst pure
1 Pe. 4. 17 if (it) first (begin) at tus, what shall the
2 Pe i 20 Knowing this flrst, that no prophecy of
3. i Knowing this first, that there shall come
16. Foremost, first, irpuros protos.
Matt io. 2 The first, Simon, who is called Peter, and
12 45 last, .of that man is worse than the first
17. 27 take up the fish that first cometh up ; and
19! 30 first shall be last ; and the last, .first
20! 8 beginning from the last unto the flrst
20 io But when the first came, they supposed;
20! 16 the last shall be flrst, and the flrst last
21 28 he came to the flrst, and said, Son, go
21. 31 They say unto him, The [first]. Jeous saith
21. 36 sent other servants more than the first
22. 25 the first, .left his wife unto hie brother
22. 38 This is the first and great comm 26. 17-
27. 64 last error shall be worse than the first
Mark 9. 35 If any man desire to be [first], (the same)
io. 31 first shall be last ; and the last first
12. 20 flrst took a wife, and dying left no seed
FIRST 352 FIRSTLING
Mark 1 2 28 Which is the first commandment of all
12. 29 The first of all the commandments (is)
12. 30 [This (is) the first command.] 14. 22; 16. 9 Luke 2. 2 this taxing was first made when Cyrentu
n. 26 the last (state), .is worse than the first
13. 30 which shall be first, and there are first
14. 18 The first said unto him, I have bought a
16. 5 said unto the first, How much owest tho
19. 16 Then came the first, saying, Lord, thy
20. 29 the first took a wife, and died without
John 1.41 He [first] flndeth his own brother Simon
5. 4 [whosoever then first . .stepped in was]
8. 7 He that is without sin . . [let him first cast
19. 32 soldiers, .brake the legs of the first, and
10. 4 the other disciple . . came first to the sep
20. 8 disciple which came first to the sepulchre
Acts 12. 10 When they were past the first, .ward
20. 18 from the first day that I came into Asia
26. 23 he should be the first that should rise
27. 43 cast (themselves) first (into the sea), ant
Rom 10. 19 First Moses saith, I will provoke you to
i Co. 14. 30 If (any thing) be revealed . . let the first
15. 45 The first man Adam was made a living
15. 47 The first man (is) of the earth
Eph. o. 2 which is the first commandment with
il. i. 5 For your fellowship., from the first day
1 Ti. i. 16 in me first Jesus Christ might show forth
2. 13 For Adam was first formed, then Eve
5. 12 because they have cast off their first faith
2 Ti. 2. 6 husbandman that laboureth must be flrsl
4. 16 At my first ans .ver no man stood with me
Heb. 8. 7 if that first (covenant) had been faultless
8. 13 new (covenant), he hath made the first
9. i the first (covenant) had also ordinances
9. 2 the first, wherein (was) the candlestick
0. 6 priests went . . into the first tabernacle
9. 8 as the first tabernacle was yet standing
9. 15 (that were) under the first testament
;. 18 neither the first (testament) was dedica.
10. 9 He taketh away the first, that he may est.
i Jo. 4. 19 We love him, because he first loved us
Rev. i. 1 1 Alpha and Omega, [the first and the last]
1. 17 Fear not ; I am the first and the last
2. 4 because thou hast left thy first love
2. 5 repent, and do the first works ; or else I
2. 8 These things saith the First and the Last
2. 19 and the last (to be) more than the first
4. i the first voice which I heard (was) as it
4. 7 the first beast (was) like a lion, and the
8. 7 The first angel sounded, and there fol.
13. 12 exercisethall the power of the first beast
1 3. 1 2 causeth . . them . . to worship the first beast
1 6. 2 the first went, and poured out his vial
20. 5 finished. This (is) the first resurrection
20. 6 he that hath part in the first resurrection
21. i for the first heaven and the first earth
21. 19 The first foundation, .jasper; the second
22. 13 Alpha and Omega, .the first and the last
FIRST, at ^the)
1. First, irpu-Tov proton.
Johnio 40 into the place where John at first bapti
12 16 understood not hie disciples at the first
19. 39 which at the first tame to Jesus by night
Acts 15 14 how God at the first did visit the Gentiles
2. Prior, irpdrtpov proteron.
Gal. 4. 13 how. .1 preached, .unto you at the first
FIRST, to be
To lie or be laid before, irpoKti^cu prokeimai.
2 Co. 8. 12 For if there be first a willing mind, (it is)
FIRST child, to bring forth
To briny forth a first born, 13? bakar, 5.
Jer. 4. 31 of her that bringeth forth her first child
FIRST (day)
l.O/if. juo ana.
Matt28. i as it began todawntoward the ftrst(day)
Mnrki6. 2 the first (day) of the week, they came
I uke 74. i upon the first (day) of the week, very e.
Johu2o. i The first (day) of the week cometh Mary
20. 19 being the first (day) of the week, when
Acts 20. 7 upon the first (day) of the week, when
i Co 16. a Upon the first (day)of the week Tit. 3 . 10.
2. foremost, first, irptaros r>rotos.
Matt 16. : 7 Now the first (day) of the. .unleavened
Mark r 4. i? And the ftrst day of unleavened bread
16. 9 [risen early the first (day) of the week]
FIRST etate
Beginning, principality, apx fl arche.
Jude 6 angels which kept not their first estate
FIRST, from the very
From aboce,from the first, UvuStv annthen.
Luke i. 3 understanding of all.. from the very first
FIRST of all
I. Among the foremost, iv irpurois en prMais.
i Co. 15. 3 I delivered unto you first of all that which
2. First, ITpurov proton.
Luke 12. i began to say unto his disciples first of a.
i < o. ii. 18 For first of all, when ye come together
FIRST begotten
First li-irti, irpuTOTOKOs priitotokos.
Heb. i. 6 when he bringeth in the first begotten
Rev. i. 5 Jesus Christ . . the first begotten of the d.
FIRST, of the
Son, produce, fS ben.
E.xodi2. 5 without blemish, a male of the first year
29. 38 two lambs of the first year day by day co.
Lev. 9. 3 of the first year, without blemish, for a
12. 6 she shall bring a lamb of the first year for
23. 12 he lamb without blemish of the first year
23. 18 lambs without blemish of the first year
23. 19 two lambs of the first year for a sacrifice
Num. o. 12 shall bring a lamb of the first year fora
6. 14 one he lamb of the first year without blc
6. 14 one ewe lamb of the first year without Id.
7. 15 one ram, one lamb of the first year
[So in v. 21, 27, 33, 39, 45, SI , S7( 63, 69, 75, 81.]
7. 17 he goats, five lambs of the first year
[So in V. 23. 29. 35. 4i, 47, 53. 59- 65, 71, 77, 83.]
7. 87 the lambs of the first year twelve, with
7. 88 the lambs of the first year sixty
38. 3, 9 lambs of the first year without spot
28. n, 19, 27 one ram, seven lambs of the first
29. 2 lambs of the first year, without blemish
29. 8, 13 lambs of the first year; they shall be
29. 17, 20, 23, 26, 29,. 32 fourteen lambs of the fir.
29. 36 seven lambs of the ftrst year, without bl.
Eze. 46. 13 a lamb of the first year without blemish
FIRST part or time
\.Begmniny, first or best, DTK"?, reshith.
Deut33. 21 he provided the first part for himself
Hos. 9. 10 as the first ripe in the fig tree at her first t.
^.Commencement, n**rty techillah.
Gen. 43. 18 returned in our sacks at the first time are
43. 20 we came indeed down at the first time
FIRST born
1. First barn, firstling, -1133 bekor.
Gen. 10. 15 Canaan begat Sidon his first born, and
22. 21 Huz his first born, and Buz his brother
25. 13 first born of Ishmael, Nebajoth ; and Ked.
27. 19 I (am) Esau thy first born ; I have done
27. 32 he said, I (am)thy son, thy first born, Esau
35. 23 Reuben, Jacob s first born, and Simeon
36. 15 sons of Eliphaz the first born, .of Esau
38. 6 Judah took a wife for Er his first born
38. 7 Er, Judah s first born, was wicked in the
41. 51 Joseph called the name of the first born
43. 33 the first born according to his birthright
46. 8 and his sons : Reuben, Jacob s first born
48. 14 wittingly ; for Manasseh (was) the first bo.
48. 18 Not so, my father: for this (is) the first b.
49. 3 Reuben, thou (art) my firstborn, my might
Exod. 4. 22 saith . . Israel (is) my son . . my first born
4- 23 I will slay thy son . . thy first born
6. 14 sons of Reuben the first born of Israel
n. 5 all the flrst born in the land of Egypt shall
ii. 5 from the first born of Pharaoh that sitteth
11. 5 unto the flrst born of the maidservant
xi. 5 and all the flrst born of beasts
12. 12 I. .will smite all the flrst born in the land
12. 29 the LORD smote all the flrst born in the
12. 29 from the flrst born of Pharaoh that sat on
12. 29 unto the flrst born of the captive that
12. 29 and all the flrst born of cattle
13. 2 Sanctify unto me all the first born, what.
13. 13 all the first born of man among thy chll.
13. 15 that the LORD slew all the first born in
13. 15 the first born of man, and the first born
13. 15 all the first born of my children I redeem
22. 29 the first born of thy sons shall thou give
34. 20 All the first born of thy sons thou shalt
Num. 3 . 2 Nadab the ftrst born, and Abihu, Eleaxar
3. 12 instead of all the first born that openeth
3. 13 Because all the first born (are) mine
3. 13 on the day that I smote all the flrst born
3. 13 I hallowed unto me all the flrst born in I.
3. 40 Number all the flrst born of the males
3. 41 instead of all the first born among the c.
3. 42 And Moses numbered . . all the first bora
3. 43 all the flrst born males by the number
3. 45 Take the Levites instead of all the flrst b.
3. 46, jo
of the flrst born of the children of Isr.
8. 16 the first born of all the children of Israel
8. 17, 18 all the flrst born of the children of Is.
8. 17 I smote every first born in the land of E.
18. 15 the first born of man shalt thou surely
33. 4 For the Egyptians buried nil . .first born
Deut2i. 15 and. .the flrst born son be her s that was
ai. 16 the son of the hated . the flrst born
21. 17 son of the hated (for) the first born
25. 6 the ftrst born which she beareth shall
Josh. 6. 26 shall lay the foundation, .in his flrst born
17. i Manasseh ; for he (was) the flrst born of
17. i for Machir the flrst born of Mauasseh
Judg. 8. 10 he said unto .Tether his first born, Up
1 Sa. 8. 2 first born [Heb. ben bekor. first born son]
17. 13 Eliab the flrst born; and next unto him, A.
2 Sa. 3. 2 his first born was Amnon, of Ahinoam
i Ki. 16. 34 laid the foundation, .in. .his flrst bom
i Ch. i. 13 Canaan begat Zidon his flrst born, and H.
1. 29 flrst born of Ishmael, Nebaioth ; then K.
2. 3 Er, the flrst born of Judah, was evil in
2. 13 Jessie begat his first born Eliab, and A.
2. 25 sons of Jerahmeel the flrst born of Hez.
2. 27 sons of Ram the first born of Jerahmeel
2. 42 Mesha his flrst born, whigh (was) the fa.
2. 50 the son of HUT, the flrst born of Ephratali
3. i the flrst born Amnon, of Ahinoam the
3. 15 sons of .Tosiah. .the first born Johanan
4. 4 sons of Hur, the flrst born of Ephratali
5. i sons of Reuben, the flrst born of Israel
1 Ch. 5. 3 sons, .of Reuben the first bom of Israel
6. 28 sons of Samuel ; the first born Vashni
8. i Now BeoJamia begat Bela his first born
8. 30 And his first born son Abdon, and Zur
8. 39 Ulain his first born, Jehush the second
9. 5 Shilonites ; Asaiah the flrst born, and his
9. 31 the first born of Shallum the Korahite
9. 36 And his first born sou Abdon, then Zur
26. 2 Zechariah the first born, Jediael the sec
26. 4 Shemaiah the ftrst born, Jehozabad the
26. 10 he was not the first born, yet his father
2 Ch.2i. 3 to Jehoram, because he (was) the first b
L 10. 36 Also the first born of our sons, and of our Job 1 8. 13 the first born of death shall devour his
fsa. 78. 51 And smote all the first born in Egypt
89. 27 I will make him (my) first born, higher
105. 36 He smote also all the fliwt born in their
135. 8 Who smote the first born of Egypt, both
136. 10 To him that smote Egypt in their ftrst b
Isa. 14. 3o And the first born of the poor shall feed
Jer. 31. 9lamafather..andEphraim(is)rnyfirstb.
.MIC. 6. 7 shall I give my first bom (for) my transg
Zech.i2. 10 as one that is in bitterness for. .first born
2. Birthright, .1705 bekorah.
Deut2i. 17 son of the hated, .the right of the first b.
3. First born, rrypa brkirah.
Gen. 19. 31 And the first born said unto the younger
9- 33 the first born went in, and lay with her
19. 34 that the ftrst born said unto the younger
19. 37 the first born bare a son, and called his
29. 26 to give the younger, before the first born
1 Sa. 14. 49 name of the first born Merab, and the
i.First born, irpwr^roKos prdtotokos.
Matt. i. 25 till she had brought forth her [flrst born) Luke 2. 7 And she brought forth her flrst born son
Rom. 8. 29 that he might be the first born among
Col. i. 15 \Vho is. .the first born of every creature
1. 18 who is. .the flrst born from the dead
Heb. ii. 28 lest he that destroyed the first born sho.
12. 23 To the general assembly, .of the first born
FIRST born, to make
To constitutefirst b>rn, 155 bakar, 3.
Deut 21. 16 not make the son of the beloved flrst bom
FLRST fruit
1. First or earliest fruit, 1133 Bikkur.
Exod23. 16 the flrst fruits of thy labours, which thou
23. 19 The flrst of the first fniits of thy land thou
34. 22 of the flrst fruits of wheat harvest, and
34. 26 The flrst of the first fruits of thy land
Lev. 2. 14 if thou offer a meat offering of thy flrst f.
2. 14 for the meat offering of thy flrst fruits
23. 17 (they are) the flrst fruits unto the LORD
23. 20 with the bread of the first fruits, (for) a Num2 8. 26 in the day of the flrst fruits, when ye bri.
2 Ki. 4. 42 brought the man of God bread of the f. f.
Neh. 10. 35 And to bring the flrst fruits of our ground
10. 35 and the first fruits of all fruit of all trees
13. 31 and for the flrst fruits. Remember me, O
Eze. 44. 30 And the first of all the flrst fruits of all
2. First or principal, rcp-jo reshith.
Lev. 2. 12 As for the oblation of the ftrst fruits, ye
23. 10 ye shall bring a sheaf of the ftrst fruits
Num 1 8. 12 the flrst fruits of them which they shall
Deut 18. 4 The ftrst fruit, .of thy corn, of thy
26. 10 flrst fruits [Heb. reshith peri, first offruitl
2 Ch. 31. 5 brought in abundance the first fruits of
Neh. 10. 37 we should bring the flrst fruits of our d.
12. 44 for the first fruits, and for the tithes, to
Prov. 3. 9 and with the flrst fruits of all thine incr.
Jer. 2. 3 the first fruits of his increase : all that
Eze. 20. 40 the first fruits of your oblations, with all
48. 14 nor alienate the ftrst fruits of the land
3. First fruits, a.irapx h aparchl.
Rom. 8. 23 which have the first fruits of the Spirit
ii. 16 For if the first fruit (be) holy, the lump
16. 5 who is the first fruits of Achaia unto Ch.
i Co. 15. 20 become the flrst fruits of them that slept
15. 23 Christ the flrst fruits ; afterward they
16. 15 that it is the flrst fruits of Achaia, and
Jas. i. 18 that we should be a kind of flrst fruits of
Rev. 14. 4 the flrst fruits unto God and to the Lamb
FIRST ripe
\.Fi it rip* fruit, T33 bikkur.
Num. 13. 20 the time (was) the time of the first ripe
18. 13 whatsoever is first ripe in the lau-l, which
2. First ripe fruit, .Tj 23 bikkurah.
Hos. 9. 10 I saw your fathers as the first ripe in the
3. First ripe fruit, .TT33 bakkurah.
Jer. 24. 2 very good figs, .like the flgs. .first ripe
FIRST ripe fig
Fir.it ripe fruit, T33 bikkur.
Nah. 3. 12 fig trees with the first ripe figs : if they
FIRST ripe fruit
First ripe fruit, rryrs bikkurah.
Mic. 7. i Woe . . my soul desired the first ripe fruit.
FIRSTLING
\. Firstling, first born, TIS bekor.
Lev. 27. 26 Only the firstling of the beasts, which
Num. 3. 41 instead of all the firstlings among theca.
18. 15 the firstling of unclean beasts shalt thou
18. 17 But the firstling of a cow, or the firstling
Deut 1 5. 19 All the firstling males that come of thy
FIRSTLING 353 FIVE
Deut 15. iy thoii shalt do no work with the firstling
15. 19 nor shear the firstling of thy sheep
33. 17 His glory (is like) the firstling of his bill.
2. Firstling, Jirst born, JTii 33 bekorah.
Gen. 4. 4 Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of
Deut 12. 6 the firstlings of your herds and of your
12. 17 the firstlings of thy herds, or of thy flock
14. 23 the firstlings of thy herds and of thy flocks
Neh. 10. 36 the firstlings of our herds and of our llocks
3. What opens (the womb), "IBS peter.
Exod 13. 12 every firstling that cometh of a beast
13. 13 every firstling of an ass thou shalt redeem
54. 19 every firstling anioni; thy cattle, .ox or
34. 20 But the firstling of an ass thou shalt red.
FIRSTLING, to be
To be ma.de, a firstling, "133 bakar, 4.
Lev. 27. 26 which should be the LORD S firstling, uo
FISH
l.Fish, 37 [v. i.. :JH] (Jay.
Neh. 13. 16 There dwelt men. .which brought fish
2. Fish, m dag.
Gen. 9. 2 shall be . . upon all the fishes of the sea
Numn. 22 or shall all the fish of the sea be gathered
1 Ki. 4. 33 he spake also of beasts, .and of fishes
2 Ch. 33. 14 even to the entering in at the fish gate
Neh. 3. 3 the fish gate did the sons of Hasseuaah
12. 39 And from . . above the fish gate . . even unto
Job 12. 8 the fishes of the sea shall declare unto
41 . 7 Canst thou fill . . his head with fish spears ?
Psa. 8. 8 The fowl of the air, and the fish of the
Eccl. 9. 12 as the fishes that are taken in an evil net
Eze. 38. 20 So that the fishes of the sea, and the fowls
Hos. 4. 3 the fishes of the sea also shall be taken
Jon. i. 17 LORD had prepared a great fish to swallow
i. 17 Jonah was in the belly of the fish three
2. 10 LORD spake unto the fish, and it vomited
Hah. i. 14 And makest men as the fishes of the sea
Zeph. i. 3 I will consume . . the fishes of the sea, and
i. 10 the noise of a cry from the fish gate, and
3. Fish, nil dagah.
Gen. i. 26, 28 have dominion over the fish of the sea
Exod 7. 18 And the fish that (is) in the river shall
7. 21 And the fish that (was) in the river died
Num n. 5 We remember the fish which we did eat
Deut. 4. 18 likeness of any fish that (is) in the waters
Psa. 105. 29 turned . . waters into blood, and slew . . fish
Isa. 50. 2 their fish stinketh, because . . no water, and
Eze. 29. 4 I will cause the fish of thy rivers to stick
29. 4 all the fish of thy rivers shall stick unto
29. 5 leave, .thee and all the fish of thy rivers
47. 9 there shall be a . .great multitude of fish
47. 10 their fish shall be according to their kinds
47. 10 as the fish of the great sea, exceeding
Joa. 2. i Then Jonah prayed . . out of the fish s belly
4..So, breathing creature, tyw nephesh.
Isa. 19. 10 all that make sluices (and) ponds for fish
S.fc ish, IxBvs ichthus.
Matt. 7. 10 if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpe.?
14. 17 We have here, .five loaves, and two fishes
14. 19 took the five loaves, and the two fishes
15. 36 he took the seven loaves and the fishes
17. 27 and take up the fish that first cometh up
Mark 6. 38 they knew, they say, Five, and two fishes
6. 41 had taken the five loaves and the two fish.
6. 41 the two fishes divided he among them all
6. 43 full of the fragments, and of the fishes
Luke 5. 6 they inclosed a great multitude of fishes
5. 9 draught of the fishes which they had taken
9. 13 We have, .but five loaves and two fishes
g. 16 he took the live loaves and the two fishes
3i. ii or if. .a fish, will he for a fish give him
24. 42 they gave him a piece of a broiled fish
John? i. 6 able to draw it for the multitude of fishes
21. 8 came, .dragging the net with fishes
21. ii drew the net to land full of great fishes
i Co. 15. 39 another of fishes (and) another of birds
6..-1 little or small fish, ofyaptov opsarion.
John 6. ii likewise of the fishes as much as they
21. 9 they saw a fire of coals there, and fish laid
21. ie Bring of the fish which ye have now cau.
21. 13 cometh, and taketh bread, .and flahlikew.
FISH, little or small
\.A little or small fish, IxOvotov ichthudion.
Matt 15. 34 they said, Seven, and a few little fishes
Mark 8. 7 they had a few small fishes : and he bles.
2.A little or small fish, o-fydpiov opsarion.
John 6. 9 five barley loaves, and two small fishes
FISH, to
Tofi-sh, 3 "I dig.
.1 er. 16. 16 for many fishers . . and they shall fish them
FISH hook
Fish hook, thorn, run vp sir dugali.
Amos 4. 2 will take . . your posterity witli fish hooks
FISHER
l.Fishei; rn davvag. [v.L. 3;ii in Jer.]
Jer. 16. 1 6 I will send for many fishers, saith the L.
Eze. 47. 10 the fishers shall stand upon it from E.-g.
2.Fisher, 3n dayyag.
Isa. 19. 8 The fishers also shall mourn, and all they
3. Fisher, a\ievs halieus.
Matt. 4. 18 a net into the sea : for they were fUhers
Matt. 4. 19 and I will make you fishers ol men
Mark i. 16 a net Into the sea : for they were fishers
1.17 and I will make you. .fishers of men
FISHER S coat
..1 tunic, cloak, eirej/SvTTjs epe.udu.tSs.
Johnai. 7 he girt(his) fisher s coat, .forhe was naked
FISHERMAN
Fisher, a\ievs halieus.
Luke 5. 2 but the fishermen were gone out of them
FISHING, a
To fish, a\tfv(a halieuo.
John2i. 3 Peter saith unto them, I go a fishing
FISHPOOL
Blessing, pool, pond, npi^i berekah.
Song 7. 4 thine eyes . . the flshpools in Heshbon
FIST
1. Fist, *]11JN eyroph.
Exod2i. 18 and oue smite another, .with (his) fist
Isa. 58. 4 and to smite with the fist of wickedness
2. Two lumds, fists, r&n chophnayim.
Prov.3o. 4 who hath gathered the wind in his fists ?
FIT
1. Ready, fit, opportune, fly itti.
Lev. 16. 21 by the hand of a fit man into the wilder.
2. Wall or conveniently placed, ev6rros euthetos.
Luke 9. 62 No man. .looking back, is fit for the kin.
14. 35 It is neither fit for the land, nor yet for
S.Coming down, becoming, suitable, KaQfjKov kath.
Acts 22. 22 Away with such, .for it is not [fit] that lie
FIT, to
1. To do, rayy asah.
Isa. 44. 13 he fitteth it with planes, and he marketh
2. To make fully ready, Karaprifa katartizo.
Rom. 9. 22 the vessels of wrath fitted to destruction
FIT, to be
To come up, be becoming, suitable, aj/Tj/cou aneko.
Col. 3. 18 submit yourselves, .as it is fit in the Lord
FIT, to make
To make ready, inj; athud, 3.
Prov 24. 27 and make it fit for thyself in the field
FIT to go out
Going oat, Nil? yatsa (partic. ).
i Ch. 7. ii fit to go out for war and battle
FITCHES
\. Prickly, spelt, noes kussemeth.
Eze. 4. 9 Take ttioii also unto thee. .fitches, and put
2. Black cumin, nsjj qetsach.
Isa. 28. 25 doth he not cast abroad the fitches, and
28. 27 the fitches are not threshed with a tlires.
28. 27 the fitches are beaten out with a start
FITLY
l.At ifs times or circumstances, vj^X" ^ [/].
Prov 25. ii A word fitly spoken (is like) apples of gold
2.0n the fillings up, rm.?;?-
i
?H al milleth.
Song 5. 12 His eyes, .washed with milk, .fitly set
FITTED
To be made straight, )$>; yashar, 4.
i Ki. 6. 35 with gold fitted upon the carved work
FITTED, to be
To be prepared, set up, established, pa kun, 2.
Prov 22. 18 they shall withal be fitted in thy lips
FIVE
\.Five, nycq, B>cn chamishshah, chamesh.
Gen. 5. 6 Seth lived an hundred and five years
5. ii days of Enos were nine hundred and five
5. 15 And Mahalaleel lived sixty and five years
5. 17 were eight hundred ninety and five years
5. 21 Enoch lived sixty and five years, and
5. 23 were three hundred sixty and five years
5. 30 five hundred ninety and five years
5. 32 And Noah was five hundred years old
ii. ii Shem lived, .five hundred years, and
ii. 12 Arphaxad lived five and thirty years, and
11. 32 were two hundred and five years : and T.
12. 4 Abram. .seventy and five years old when
14. 9 king of Ellasar ; four kings with five
18. 28 Peradventure there shall lack five of the
18. 28 wilt thou destroy all. .for (lack of) five ?
18. 28 If I find there forty and five, I will not
43. 34 was five times so much as any of theirs
45. 6 yet. .five years, in the which, .neither
45- ii for yet. .five years of famine; lest thou
45. 22 to Benjamin . . five changes of raiment
47. 2 he took some of his brethren, .five men
Lxod22. i he shall restore five oxen for an ass
26. 3 The five curtains shall be coupled toge.
26. 3 and. .five curtains, .coupled one to auot.
26. 9 thou shalt couple five curtains by thems.
26. 26 five for the boards of the one side of the
26. 27, 27 five bars for the boards of the
26. 37 make, .five pillars, .and. .cast five sockets
27. i five cubits long, and five cubits broad
27. 18 the height five cubits (of) fine twined lin.
30. 23 Take, .of pure myrrh five hundred
30. 24 And of cassia five hundred, .after the
36. 10 the five curtains ; 36. 10, 16, 31, 32, 32.
K.\od 36. 38 the five pillars of it with their hook.s
36. 38 but their five sockets (were of) brass
38. i five cubits . . the length . . and five cubits
38. 18 the height in the breadth (was) five cub.
38. 26 three thousand and five hundred and flf.
38. 28 of the. .five, .he made hooks for the pill.
Lev. 26. 8 five of you shall chase an hundred, ami
27. 5 from five years old even unto twenty yea.
27. 6 from a month old even unto five years
27. 6 shall be of the male five shekels of
Num. i. 21 forty and six thousand and five hundred
i. 25 of Gad, (were) forty and five thousand
i. 33 of Ephraim. .forty thousand and five hu.
i. 37 of Benjamin .. thirty and five thousand
i. 41 forty and one thousand and five hundred
1. 46 three thousand and five hundred and flf.
2. ii forty and six thousand and five hundred
2. 15 forty and five thousand and six hundred
2. 19 his host, .forty thousand and five hund.
2. 23 thirty and five thousand and four hund.
2. 28 forty and one thousand and five hundred
2. 32 three thousand and five hundred and fif.
3. 22 (were) seven thousand and five hundred
3. 50 three hundred and threescore and five
4. 48 were eight thousand and five hundred
7. 17 five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the
[So in v. 23, 29, 35, 41, 47, 53 , 59, 65, 71, 77, 83.]
8. 24 from twenty and five years old and
ii. 19 Ye shall not eat one day. .nor five days
8. 16 for the money of five shekels, after the
26. 18 of Gad. .forty thousand and five hundred
26. 22 and sixteen thousand and five hundred
26. 27 threescore thousand and five hundred
26. 37 thirty and two thousand and five hund.
26. 41 forty and five thousand and six hundred
26. 50 forty and five thousand and four hundred
31. 8 and Hur, and Reba, five kings of Midiau
31. 28 one soul of five hundred, .of the persons
31. 32 seventy thousand and five thousand she.
31. 36 thirty thousand and five hundred sheep
31. 39 (were) thirty thousand and five hundred
31. 43 seven thousand and five hundred sheep
31. 45 thirty thousand asses and five hundred
Josh. 8. 12 And he took about five thousand men
o. 5 Therefore the five kings of the Amorites
o. 16 these five kings fled, and hid themselvel
o. 17 The five kings are found hid in a cave at
o. 22 bring out those five kings unto me out of
o. 23 brought forth those five kings unto him
o. 26 slew them, and hanged them on five trees
3. 3 five lords of the Philistines ; the Gazat.
4. 10 -forty and five years, .fourscore and five
Judg 3. 3 five lords of the Philistines, and all the
8. 2 Dan sent of their family five men from
8. 7 the five men departed, and came to Laish
8. 14 Then answered the five men that went to
8. 17 the five men that went to spy out the
o. 35 twenty and five thousand and an hundred
o. 45 they gleaned of them . . fi ve thousand men
o. 46 twenty and five thousand men that drew
1 Sa. 6. 4 Five golden emerods, and five golden mi.
6. 16 when the five lords of the Philistines had
6. 18 all the cities., (belonging) to the five lords
17. 5 the weight, .(was) five thousand shekels
17. 40 And he. .chose him five smooth stones
21. 3 give (me) five (loaves of) bread in mine
22. 18 slew on that day fourscore and five per.
25. 1 8 five sheep ready dressed, and five measu.
25. 42 with five damsels of hers that went after
2 Sa. 4. 4 He was five years old when the tidings
21. 8 five sous of Michal the daughter of Saul
24. 9 of Judah. .five hundred thousand men
1 Ki. 4. 32 and his songs were a thousand and five
6. 6 The nethermost chamber (was) five cu.
6. 10 he built chambers .. five cubits high
6. 24 five cubits, .the one. .and five cubits the
7. 3 (lay) on forty five pillars, fifteen (in) a
7. 16 the height.. five cubits, .height.. five
7. 23 his height (was) five cubits ; and a line of
7. 39 he put five bases on the right side of th<
7. 39 and five on the left side of the house
7. 49 five on the right, .and five on the left
9. 23 five hundred and fifty, which bare rule
22. 42 Jehoshaphat (was) thirty and five years
22. 42 he reigned twenty and five years in Jer
2 Ki. 6. 25 fourth part of a cab. .for five (pieces) of
7. 13 take, I pray thee, five of the horses that
13. 19 Thou shouldest have smitten five or six
14. 2 He was twenty and five years old when
15. 33 Five and twenty years old was he when
18. 2 Twenty and five years old was he when
19. 35 an hundred fourscore and five thousand
21. i and reigned fifty and five years in Jems.
23. 36 Jehoiakim (was) twenty and five years old
25. 19 five men of them that were in the king s
1 Ch. 2. 4 All the sons of Judah (were) five
2. 6 and Calcol, and Dara : five of them in
3. 20 OheL.and Hasadiah, Jushab-hesed, five
4. 32 Rimmon, and Tocheu, and Ashan, five ci.
4. 42 five hundred men, went to mount Seir
7. 3 Joel, Ishiah, five : all of them chief men
7. 7 and Uzziel, and Jerimoth, and Iri, five
ii. 23 he slew an Egyptian .. five cubits high
29. 7 And gave . . of gold five thousand talents
2 Ch. 3. 1 1 one wing, .five cubits., other wing, .five
3. 12 wing of the other, .five cubits, .five cub.
3. 15 two pillars of thirty and five cubits high
3. 15 the chapiter, .of each, .(was) five cubits
4. 2 a molten sea . . five cubits the height ther.
4. 6, 7, 8 five on the right hand, and five on
6. 13 of five cubits long, and five cubits broad
13. 17 fell, .five hundred thousand chosen men
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FIVE
19 the five and thirtieth year of the reign of
31 thirty and five years old when he began
31 he reigned twenty and ttve years in Jer.
i Amaziah (was) twenty and five years old
13 and seven thousand and five hundred
i Jotham (was) twenty and five years old
8 He wus live and twenty years old when
i Hezekiah. .(was) five and twenty years
i he reigned fifty and five years in Jer.
,j live thousand. .and five hundred oxen
5 Jehoiakirn (was) twenty and five years old
11 vessels, .five thousand and four hundred
5 of Arah, seven hundred seventy and five
8 of Zattu, nine hundred forty and five
20 The children of Gibbar, ninety and five
33 of Lod. .seven hundred twenty and live
34 of Jericho, three hundred forty and five
66 their mules, two hundred forty and five
67 camels, four hundred thirty and five
69 five thousand pounds of silver, and one
13 of Zattu, eight hundred forty and five
20 of Adin, six hundred fifty and five
25 The children of Gibeou, ninety and five
36 Jericho, three hundred forty and five
67 two hundred forty and flve singing men
68 their mules, two hundred forty and five
69 camels, four hundred thirty and five
7 flve hundred and thirty priests garments
6 the Jews, .destroyed five hundred men
12 Jews have, .destroyed five hundred men
16 of their foes seventy and flve thousand
3 and five hundred yoke of oxen, and
3 flve hundred she asses, and a very great
8 within threescore and five years shall
6 five in the outmost fruitful branches
1 8 In that day shall flve cities in the land of
17 at the rebuke of flve shall ye flee : till
36 a hundred and fourscore and five thous.
22 and the height of one. .(was) flve cubit s
30 seven hundred forty and five persons
31 in the five and twentieth, .of the month
16 about five and twenty men, with their
i at the door of the gate flve and twenty
1 In the flve and twentieth year of our cap.
7 between the little chambers, .five cubits
13 the breadth (was) flve and twenty cubits
21, 25 and the breadth flve and twenty cubits
29 fifty cubits long, and five and twenty cu.
30 five and twenty cubits long, and flve cub.
33 fifty cubits long, and five and twenty cub.
36 and the breadth five and twenty cubits
48 five cubits on this side, and flve cubits on
2 five cubits on the one side, and flve cubits
9 The thickness of the wall, .(was) flve cub.
11 breadth of the place .(was) flve cubits
12 the wall of the building (was) five cubits
16, 17, 18, 19 He measured, .five hundred re
20 five hundred, .long, and five hundred br.
1 the length of flve and twenty thousand
2 flve hundred, .with five hundred, .square
3 the length of five and twenty thousand
5 the ftve and twenty thousand of length
6 possession of the city five thousand broad
6 and flve and twenty thousand long
12 twenty shekels, flve and twenty shekels
8, 9, 10, 13, 15 flve and twenty thousand
15 And the flve thousand (that are) left in the
16, 16, 16, 16, 30, 33, 34 four thousand and five
20 flve and twenty thousand by flve and
21, 21 over against the flve and twenty thou
[ . 12 three hundred and live and thirty days
2.Five, irtvTt pcnte.
Matti4. 17 We have here but five loaves, and two fi.
14. 19 took the flve loaves, and the two fishes
16. 9 remember the ftve loaves of the flve thou.
25. 2 flve of them were wise, and flve. .foolish
25. 15 unto one he gave five talents, to another
25. 16 he that had received the flve talents went
25. 16 traded, .and made, .other flve talents
25. 20 And so he that had received five talents
25. 20 came and brought other five talents
25. 20 thou deliveredst .. flve .. have gained . . ft ve
Mark 6. 38 when they knew, they say, Five, and two
6. 41 when he had taken the ftve loaves and the
8 19 When I brake the ftve loaves among five
Luke i. 24 his wife, .hid herself five months, saying
913 We have no more but five loaves and two
a. 16 Then he took the five loaves and the two
J2 6 Are not ttve sparrows sold for two farth.?
12. 52 there shall be flve in one house divided
14. 19 I have bought flve yoke of oxen, and I gi
16. 28 I have five brethren ; that he may testify
19 18 Lord, thy pound hath gained ftve pounds
19 19 And he said. .Be thou also over ftve cities,
John 4 1 8 thou hast had five husbands; and he
5. 2 is called . . Bethesda, having flve porches
6. 9 which hath flve barley loaves, and two
6. 13 the fragments of the flve barley loaves
6. 19 So when they had rowed about five and
Acts 4. 4 and the number . . was about flve thousam
20. 6 and came unto them to Troas in five days
24. i after flve days Ananias, .descended with
i 0.14. 19 Yet.. I had rather speak flve words with
Rev. 9. s they should be tormented flve months
9. 10 their power (was) to hurt men flve monthi
17. 10 there are seven kings : flve are fallen, an<
FIVE apiece
Five five, n?*pn rwpcn chamesheth chamesheth.
Hum 3. 47 Thou shalt. .take five shekels apiece by
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FTVE times
vive times, invraKis pentakis.
: Co. ii. 24 Of the Jews five times received I forty
FIX, to
To set fast, tm)f>i<a
sterizo.
Lukeio. 26 between us and you there is a great gulf fl.
ITXED, to be
7b be prepared, set up, established, pa kun, 2.
Psa 57 7 My heart is flxed, O God, my heart is flxed
108. i OGod,myheartisflxed;IwiIlsingandgive
112. 7 his heart is flxed, trusting in the LOKD
FLAGI.
Reed, inx achu.
Job 8. ii can the flag grow without water?
2. Weed, *]1D suph.
Exod. 2. 3 she laid fit) in the flags by the river s br.
2. 5 and when she saw the ark among the flags
Isa. 19. 6 and dried up : the reeds and flags shall
FLAGON
[.A cake of grapes, npv* ashishah.
2 Sa. 6. 19 Andhedealt. .toeveryone. .aflagon(of w.^
t Ch.i6. 3 And he dealt toeveryone. .a flagon (of w.)
Song 2. 5 Stay me with flagons, comfort me with a.
Hos. 3. i the children of Israel . . love flagons of w.
2. Bottle, Saj, Vaj nebel.
Isa. 22. 24 of cups, even to all the vessels of flagons
FLAKES
Refuse, flake, ^ mappal.
Job 41. 23 The flakes of his flesh are joined together
FLAME
I. Fire, Kf K eshsha.
Dan. 7. ii and his body, .given to the burning fiame
2. Completeness, V^a kalil.
Judg.2o. 40 the flame of the city ascended up tohea.
3. Heart, middle, na1
? labbah.
Exod. 3. 2 the Angel, .appeared.. in a flame of flre
i. Flame, an1
? lahab.
Judg.13. 20 when the flame went up toward heaven
13. 20 that the angel, .ascended in the flame of
Job 41. 21 and a flame goeth out of his mouth
Isa. 13. 8 at another ; their faces (shall be as) fla.
29. 6 tempest, and the flame of devouring fire
30. 30 the flame of a devouring fire, .scattering
66. 15 to render . . his rebuke with flames of fire
Joel 2. 5 a flame of flre that devoureth the stubble
5.Flame, nan1
?, nan1
? lehabah, lahebeth.
Xuni2i. 28 a" flame from the city of Sihon : it hath
Psa. 29. 7 The voice, .divideth the flames of fire
83. 14 as the flame setteth the mountains onflre
106. 1 3 company; the flame burned up the wicked
Isa 5. 24 Therefore as . .the flame consumeth the
10. 17 his Holy One for a flame : .and it shall
43. 2 neither shall the flame kindle upon thee
47. 14 themselves from the nower of the flame
Jer. 48. 45 and a flame from the midst of Sihon
Eze. 20. 47 the flaming flame shall not be quenched
Dan. 1 1. 33 yet they shall fall . .by flame, by captivity
Joel i. 19 the flame hath burnt all the trees of
2. 3 behind them a flame burneth : the land
Obad. 18 the house of Joseph a flame, and the
6. Uplifted signal, rtNfcfl? maseth.
Judg.2o. 40 when the flame began to arise up out of
7. Spark, flame, a 3i? shrbib.
Dan. 3. 22 the flame of the fire slew those men that
7. 9 his throne, the fiery flame, .his wheels
8. Flame, nan^i? shalhebeth.
Job 15. so the flame shall dry up his branches ; and
Song 8. 6 coals of fire . . a most vehement flame
9. Flame, <]>\6 phlox.
Luke 1 6. 24 mercy, .for I am tormented in this flame
Acts 7 30 angel of the Lord in a flame of fire in a
Heb. i. 7 Who maketh.. his ministers aflame of ft.
Rev. 1.14 and his eyes (were) as a flame of flre
2. 18 who hath his eyes like unto a flame of flre
19. 12 His eyes (were) as a flame of flre, and on
FLAME, great
Uplifted signal, nNip 3 maseth.
Jiidg. 20. 38 that they should make a great flame
FLAMING
1 .Fire, e*x ish.
Nah. 2. 3 the chariots . . with flaming torches in th
2. Flame, rt3/i
i
?, nan^ lehabah, lahebeth.
Psa. 105. 32 He gave them, .flaming flre in their land
Isa. 4. 5 and the shining of a flaming fire by nicht
Lam. 2. 3 burned against Jacob like a flaming ftrv
Hos. 7. 6 in the morning it burneth as a flaming fi.
3. To flame, flash, en1
? lahat.
Psa.104. 4 Who maketh.. his ministers a flaming fire
4. Flame, flashing, err? lahat.
Gen. 3. 24 a flaming sword which turned every way
5. Flame, <p\o phlox.
2 Th. i . 8 In flaming flre taking vengeance on them
6. Flame, nanSgj shalhebeth.
Eze. 20. 47 th flaming flame shall not be quenched
FLED
FLANKS
Flank, loin, hg$ kesel.
Lev. 3. 4, 10, 15 which (is) by the flanks, and the
4. 9 which (is) by the flanks, and the caul
7. 4 which (is) by the flanks, and the caul
Job 15. 27 and maketh collops of fat on (his) flanks
FLAT
Under, nnn tachath,
Josh. 6. 5 and the wall . . shall fall down flat
FLAT nose, to have a
To be compressed, C~m charam.
Lev. 21. 18 or a lame, or he that hath a flat nose
FLATTER, to
1. To make smooth, flatter, p"?n chalaq, 5.
Psa. 5. 9 open sepulchre ; they flatter with their
36. 2 For he flattereth himself in his own eyes
Prov. 2. 16 the stranger, .flattereth with her words
7 . 5 the stranger, .flattereth with her words
28. 23 than he that flattereth with the tongue
29. 5 A man that flattereth his neighbour
2.7*0 make simple, entice, nr$ pathah, 3.
Psa. 78. 36 they did natter him with their mouth
FLATTERETH, that
To be or make simple, entice, np^ pathah.
Prov 20. 19 meddle not with him that flattereth
FLATTERIES
1. Smoothnesses, flatteries, rtipSn chalaqqoth.
Dan. ii. 32 And such.. shall lie corrupt by flatteries
2. Smoothnesses, flatteries, nipSp^D chalaqlaqqoth.
Dan. ii. 21 and obtain the kingdom by flatteries
11. 34 many shall cleave to them with flatteries
FLATTERING
1. Smooth, flattering, p^n chalaq.
Prov. 26. 28 and a flatfering mouth worketh ruin
Eze. 12. 24 nor flattering divination within the house
2. Smoothness, phn chcleq.
Prov. 7. 21 wih the flattering of her lips she forced
3. Smoothness, flattery, ng/n chelqah.
Psa. 12. 2 flattering lips, with a double heart, do
12. 3 The LOKD shall cut off all flattering lips
4. Flattery, adulation, roXoxcfa knlakeia.
1 Th. 2. 5 neither at any time used we flattering
FLATTERING titles, to give
To surname, give flattering title, n}| kanah, 3.
Job 32. 21 neither let me give flattering titles unto
32. 22 For I know not to give flattering titles
FLATTERY
l.Smoothness, flattery, phn cheleq.
Job 17. 5 He that speaketh flattery to (his) friends
2. Smoothness, flattery, n$n chelqah.
Prov. 6. 24 from the flattery of the tongue of a str*.
FLAX
I. Flax, wick, nmp$ pishtah.
Exod. o. 31 And the flax and the barley was smitten
9. 31 (was) in the ear, and the flax (was) boiled
Isa. 42. 3 the smoking flax shall he not quench
I.Flax, linen, nwps pishteh.
Josh. 2. 6 hid them with the stalks of flax, which she
Judgis. 14 became as flax that was burnt with fire
Prov 31. 13 She seeketh wool and flax, and worketh
Isa. 19. 9 they that work in fine flax, and they that
Eze. 40. 3 with a line of flax in his hand, and a
Hos. 2. 5 my wool and my flax, mine oil and my
2. 9 and will recover my wool and my flax
3. Flax, \lvov linon.
Matt 12. 20 and smoking flax shall he not quench
FLAY, to
To strip off, ay? pashat, 5.
Lev. i. 6 he shall flay the burnt offering, and cut
2 Ch.ag. 34 they could not flay all the burnt offerings
35. ii from their hands, and the Levites flayed
Mic. 3. 3 Who also., flay their skin from off them
FLEA
Flea, c*jn? parosh.
i Sa. 24. 14 after whom dost thou pursue, .after a flea
26. 20 for the king, .is come out to seek a flea
FLED, to be
1. To flee, rn? barach.
Gen 31. 22 it was told Laban. .that Jacob was fled?
1 Sa. 27! 4 it was told Saul that David was fled to G.
2 Sa. 19. o now he is fled out of the land for Absalom
i 10.12! 2 he was fled from the presence of . .Solom.
Neh.i3- 10 singers, .were fled every one to his field
2.7*0 move, wander, flee away, TIJ nadad.
Isa. 22. 3 All thy rulers are fled together, they are
Jer 4. 25 all the birds of the heavens were tied
9. 10 both the fowl . . and the beast are fled
3.7*0 hasten, flee, o nti.t.
Gn. 39. 13 he had left his garment, .and was fled
Xumss. 25, 26 city of his refuge, whither he was fled
35. 32 him that is fled to the city of his refuge
1 Sa. 4. 17 Israel is fled before the Philistines, and
2 Sa. i. 4 That the people are fled from the battle
10. 14 Ammon saw that the Syrians were fled
i Ki. 2. 29 that Joab was fled unto the tabernacle
i Cb.iQ. 15 Ammon saw that the Syrians werti fled
FLEE 355 FLESH
Isa. 10. 29 Kamah is afraid ; (iilicah of Saul is fled
Jer. 46. 5 their mighty ones, .are fled apace, and
FLEE, to
1 . To flee, rn? barach.
Gen. r6. 6 dealt hardly with her, she fled from her
16. 8 I flee from the face of my mistress Sarai
27. 43 flee thou to Laban my brother to Haran
31. 20 iu that he told him not that he fled
31. 21 So he fled with all that he had; and he
35. i when thou fleddest from the face of Esau
35. 7 when he fled from the face of his brother
Kxod. 2. 15 Moses fled from the face of Pharaoh
14. 5 it was told the king, .that the people fled
Num24. i 1 Therefore now flee thou to thy place
Judg ii. 3 Jephthah fled from his brethren, and dw.
1 Sa. IQ. 12 and he went, and fled, and escaped
19. 18 So David fled, and escaped, and came to
20. i David fled from Naioth in Ilamah, and
21. 10 David, .fled that day for fear of Saul, and
22. 17 and because they knew when he fled
22. 20 Abiathar, escaped, and fled after David
23. 6 when Abiathar the son of Ahimelech lied
2 Sa. 4. 3 the Beerothites fled to Gittaim, and were
13. 34 But Absalom fled. And the young man
13. 37 Absalom fled, and went to Talmai, the
13. 38 Absalom fled, and went to Geshur, and
15. 14 And David said. .Arise, and let us flee
1 Ki. 2. 7 for so they came to me when I fled beca.
ii. 17 That Hadad fled, he and certain Edomites
ii. 23 which fled from his lord Hadadexer king
1 1. 40 Jeroboam arose, and fled into Egypt, unto
2 Ch.io. 2 whither he had fled from the presence of
Neh. 6. ii And I said, Should such a man as I flee?
Job 14. 2 he fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth
20. 24 He shall flee from the iron weapon
27. 22 he would fain flee out of his hand
Psa. 3. title, when he fled from Absalom his son
57. title, when he fled from Saul in the cave
139. 7 or whither shall I flee from thy presence ?
Isa. 22. 3 are bound ..(which) have fled from far
48. 20 flee ye from the Chaldeans, with a voice
Jer. 4. 29 The whole city shall flee for the noise of
26. 21 when Urijah heard it, he. .fled, and went
39. 4 then they fled, and went forth out of the
52. 7 all the men of war fled, and went forth
Dan. 10. 7 so that they fled to hide themselves
Hos. 12. 12 Jacob fled into the country of Syria; and
Jon. i. 3 Jonah rose up to flee unto Tarshish from
1. 10 that he fled from the presence of the LORD
4. 2 Therefore I fled before unto Tarahish
2. To move, wander, flee aioay, ~n} nadad.
Psa. 31. ii they that did see me without fled from
Isa. 21. 14 prevented with their bread him that fled
21.15 For they fled from the swords, from the
33. 3 At the noise of. .tumult the people fled
Hos. 7. 13 Woe unto them ! for they have fled from
Nah. 3. 7 all they that look upon thee shall flee
3. To move self off, 11 J nud.
Psa. ii. i how say ye. .Flee (as) a bird to your mo.?
4.7*0 hasten, flee, DM nus.
Gen. 14. 10 the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah fled
14. jo they that remained fled to the mountain
IQ. 20 Behold now, this
city (is) near to flee unto
39. 12 he left his garment in her hand, and fled
39. 15, 18 he left his garment with me, and fled
Exod. 4. 3 a serpent ; and Moses fled from before it
14. 25 Let us flee from the face of Israel ; for the
14. 27 the Egyptians fled against it ; and the L.
21. 13 appoint, .a place whither he shall flee
Lev. 26. 17 and ye shall flee when none pursueth you
26. 36 they shall flee, as fleeing from a sword
Num 10. 35 let them that hate thee flee before thee
16. 34 And all Israel, .fled at the cry of them
35. 6 cities for refuge . . that he may flee thither
35. ii that the slayer may flee thither, which
35. 15 that killeth any person unawares may fl.
Deut. 4. 42 That the slayer might flee thither, which
19. 3 parts, that every slayer may flee thither
zg. 4 of the slayer which shall flee thither, that
19. 5 he shall flee unto one of those cities, and
19. ii if any man .. fleeth into one of these cities
28. 7 they shall. . flee before thee seven ways
28. 25 thou shalt. .flee seven ways before them
Josh. 7. 4 and they fled before the men of Ai
8. 5 it shall come to pass, .we will flee
8. 6 will say, They flee . . therefore we will flee
8. 15 and fled by the way of the wilderness
8. 20 they had no power to flee this way or
8. 20 the people that fled, .turned back upon
10. n it came to pass, as they fled from before
10. 16 these five kings fled, and hid themselves
20. 3 That the slayer . . unawares . . may flee
20. 4 when he that doth flee unto one of those
20. 6 return . .unto the city from whence he fled
20. 9 whosoever killeth. .unawares might flee
Judg. i. 6 Adoni-bezek fled ; and they pursued after
4. 15 so that Sisera. .fled away on his feet
7. 22 the host fled to Bcth-shittah in Zererath
8. 12 when Zcbah and Kalmunna fled, he purs.
9. 21 Jotham ran away and fled and went to B.
9. 40 Abimelech chased him, and he fled before
9. 51 and thither fled all the men and women
20. 32 Let us flee, and draw them from the city
20. 45 they, .fled toward the wilderness unto the
20. 47 six hundred men turned and fled to the
I Sa. 4 . 10 and they fled every man into his tent
4. 16 I fled to day out of the army. And he said
14. 22 they heard that the Philistines fled, even
>7- 24 all the men of Israel, .lied from him. and
1 Sa. 17. 51 And when the Philistines saw. .they fled
19. 8 great daughter ; and they fled from him
19. 10 and David fled, and escaped that night
30. 17 four hundred young men, which, .fled
31. i the men of Israel fled from before the P.
31. 7 Israel . . saw that the men of Israel fled
31. 7 they forsook the cities, and fled, and the
2 Sa. 4. 4 and his nurse took him up, and fled
4. 4 as she made haste to flee, that he fell
10. 13 Joab drew nigh . .and they fled before him
10. 14 then fled they also before Abishai, and
10. 1 8 the Syrians fled before Israel ; and David
13. 29 then all the king s sons arose, .and fled
17. 2 the people that (are) with him shall flee
38. 3 for if we flee away, they will not care for
18. 17 and all Israel fled every one to his tent
19. 3 people, .steal away when they flee in batt.
19. 8 for Israel had fled every man to his tent
23. ii and the people fled from the Philistines
24. 13 or wilt thou flee.. before thine enemies
i Ki. 2. 28 Joab fled unto the tabernacle of the LOUD
12. 18 Rehoboam made speed, .to flee to Jerus.
20. 20 the Syrians fled, and Israel pursued them
20. 30 But the rest fled to Aphek, into the city
20. 30 Benhadad lied, and came into the city
i Ki. 3. 24 so that they fled before them : but they
7. 7 they arose, and fled in the twilight, and
7. 7 left their tents, .and fled for their life
8. 21 and the people fled into their tents
9. 3 open the door and flee, and tarry not
9. 10 And he opened the door, and fled
9. 23 Joram turned his hands, and fled, and
9. 27 he fled by the way of the garden house
9. 27 and he fled to Megiddo, and died there
14. 12 and they fled every man to their tents
14. 19 he fled to Lachish ; but they sent after
1 Ch.io. i the men of Israel fled from before the P.
10. 7 when all the men . .saw that they fled
10. 7 then they forsook their cities, and fled
11. 13 people fled from before the Philistines
19. 14 Joab. .drew nigh, .and they fled before
19. 15 they likewise fled before Abishai his brp.
19. 18 the Syrians fled before Israel; and David
2 Ch. 10. 18 Rehoboam made speed . .to flee to Jeru.
13. 16 the children of Israel fled before Judah
14. 12 before Judah ; and the Ethiopians fled
25. 22 and they fled every man to his tent
25. 27 he fled to Lachish : but they sent to Lac.
Psa, 68. i let them also that hate himlflee before him
104. 7 At thy rebuke they fled ; at the voice of
1 14. 3 The sea saw (it), and fled : Jordan was
114. 5 What (ailed) thee . . that thou fleddest ?
Proves, i The wicked flee when no man pursueth
28. 17 A man that doeth violence, .shall flee toj
Isa. 10. 3 to whom will ye flee for help? and where
13. 14 they shall, .flee every one into his own
17. 13 they shall flee far off, and shall be chased
20. 6 whither we flee for help to be delivered
14. 18 he who fleeth from the noise of the fear
30. 16 will flee upon horses ; therefore shall ye
30. 17 at the rebuke of five shall ye flee
31. 8 he shall flee from the sword, and his
Jer. 48. 6 Flee, save your lives, and be like the
48. 19 ask him that lieeth, and her that escapeth
48. 45 They that fled stood under the shadow of
49. 8 Flee ye, turn back . . O inhabitants of De.
49. 24 Damascus .turneth herself to flee, and
49. 30 Flee, get you far off, dwell deep, O ye
50. 16 they shall flee every one to his own land
50. 28 The voice of them that flee and escape out
51. 6 Flee out of the midst of Babylon, and
Amos 5. 19 As if a man did flee from a lion, and a
9. i he that fleeth of them shall not flee away
Zech. 2. 6 flee from the land of the north, saith the
14. 5 ye shall flee (to) the valley of the moun.
14. 5 ye shall flee, like as ye fled from before
5. To (cause to) flee, 013 mis, 5.
Judg. 7. 21 and all the host ran, and cried, and fled
6. 7*0 go forth, flee, x^J natsa.
Jer. 48. 9 Give wings unto Moab, that it may flee
. To flee out, iictpefryu ekphcugo.
Acts 16. 27 supposing, .the prisoners had been fled
19. 16 so that they fled out of that house naked
S.Toftee down, Kara<j)(vy(a katapJieugo.
Acts 14. 6 They were ware of (it), and fled unto L.
Heb. 6. 18 who have fled for refuge to lay hold upon
9. To flee, Qtvyca pheugo.
Matt. 2. 13 take the young child . . and flee into Egypt
3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the
8. 33 they that kept them fled, and went their
10. 23 flee ye into another: for verily I say unto
24. 16 Then let them which be in Judea flee
26. 56 all the disciples forsook him, and fled
Mark 5. 14 they that fed the swine fled, and told (it)
13. 14 then let them that be in Judea flee to
14. 50 And they all forsook him, and fled
14. 52 he left the linen cloth, and fled from
16. 8 they went out quickly, and fled from the
Luke 3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the
8. 34 they fled, and went and told (it) in the
21. 21 let them which are in Judea nee to the
Johnio. 5 will they not follow, but will flee from
10. 12 he that is an hireling, .fleeth: and the
10. 13 The hireling fleeth, because he. .careth
Acts 7. 29 Then fled Moses at this saying, and was
27. 30 as the shipmen were about to flee out of
i Co. 6. 1 8 Flee fornication. Every sin that a man
10. 14 my dearly beloved, flee from idolatry
1 Tl. 6. ii thou, O man of God, flee these things
2 Ti. 2. 22 Flee also youthful lusts : but follow
Jas. 4. 7 Resist the devil, and he will flee from you
Rev. 9. 6 to die, and death shall flee from them
12. 6 the woman fled into the wilderness, where
FLEE apace, to -
To move, wander, Jlee away, TIJ nadad.
Psa. 68. 12 Kings of armies did flee apace ; and she
FLEE away, to
1. To flee, rpj barach.
Gen. 31. 27 Wherefore didst thou flee away secretly
Job 9. 25 my days . . they flee away.they see no good Amos 7. 12 flee thee away into the land of Judah
2. To move, wander, flee away, TIJ nadad, 36.
Nah. 3. 17 when the sun ariseth they flee away, and
3.7*0 move self o/, Tiy nadad, la.
Psa. 64. 8 all that see them shall flee away
4. To flee, D nus.
Judg. 4. 17 Sisera fled away on his feet to the tent of
Song 2. 17 Until.. the shadows flee away, turn, my
4. 6 Until, .the shadows flee away, I will get
Isa. 35. 10 and sorrow and sighing shall flee away
51. ii sorrow and mourning shall flee away
Jer 46. 6 Let not the swift flee away, nor the
46. 21 they also are turned, .are fled away tog. Amos 2. 16 among the mighty shall flee away naked
9. i of them shall not flee away, and he that
Nah. 2. 8 yet they shall flee away. Stand, stand
5. To flee forth, \-: n uts.
Lam. 4. 15 when they fled away and wandered, they
6. To Jlee, be weary, f^y uph.
Nah. 3. 16 the cankerworm spoileth.and fleeth away
7. To flee, tytvyta pheugo.
Rev. 16. 20 every island fled away, and the moun.
20. 1 1 from whose face . . the heaven fled away
FLEE before, to
To go or co>/ie before, c^iJ qadarn, 3. [,SV FLEE 11
Jon. 4. 2 Therefore I fled before unto Tarshish
FLEE far, to
7 o be far off, prn rachaq.
Job 30. 10 They abhor me, they flee far from me, and
FLEE to hide, to
To cover self, np^ kasah, 3.
Psa.i43. 9 LOUD. .1 flee unto thee to hide me
FLEE, to make
1. To cause to flee, rn2 barach, 5.
Job 41. 28 The arrow cannot make him flee : sling
2.7*0 cause to flee, cu nus, 5.
Exod. 9. 20 He., made his servants and his cattle flee
FLEE, way to
Refuge (place of), flight, oiiS inanos.
Jer. 25. 35 the shepherds shall have no way to flee
FLEECE
1. fleece, mowings of grass, u gez.
Deut 18. 4 the first of the fleece of thy sheep, shalt
Job 31. 20 (not) warmed with the fleece of my sheep
2. Fleece, mowings of grass, nja gizzah.
Judg. 6. 37 I will put a fleece of wool in the floor
6. 37 if the dew be on the fleece only, and
6. 38 for he. .thrust the fleece together, and
6. 38wringed the dew out of the fleece, a bowl
6. 39 let me prove, .this once with the fleece
6. 39 let it now be dry only upon the fleece
6. 40 for it was dry upon the fleece only, and
FLEEING
1. Flight, niyup menusah.
Lev. 26. 36 they shall flee, as fleeing from a sword
I.Toflee, DIJ n-us.
Deut. 4. 42 and that fleeing unto one. .he might live
3. To flee, p-itf araq.
Job 30. 3 fleeing into the wilderness in former time
FLEETH, that
One fleeing, D J nis.
Jer. 48. 44 He that fleeth from the fear shall fall hit*
FLESH
1. Flesh, *iyr$ basar.
Gen. 2. 21 he. .closed up the flesh instead thereof
2. 23 said, This (is) now. . flesh[of my flesh: she
2. 24 unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh
6. 3 strive with man, for that he also (is) flesh
6. 12 for all flesh had corrupted his way upon
6. 13 The end of all flesh is come before me
6. 17 waters upon the earth, to destroy all flesh
6. 19 And of every living thing of all flesh, two
7. 15 of all flesh, wherein (is) the breath of life
7. 16 went in male and female of all flesh, as
7. 21 all flesh died that moved upon the earth
8. 17 all flesh, (both) of fowl, and of cattle, and
9. 4 flesh with the life . . shall ye not eat
9. 1 1 neither shall all flesh be cut off any more
9. 15 you and every living creature of all flesh
9. 15 no more become a flood to destroy all fle.
9. 16 and every living creature of all flesh that
9. 17 me and all flesh that (is) upon the earth
FLESH 3f> 6 FLESH
Gen 17. ii circumcise tin; llesliof your foreskin; and
17 13 my covenant shall be in your flesh for an
17. 14 man child whote flesh., tonotcircumcised
17. 23 circumcised the flesh of their foreskin in
17. 24, 25 when he was circumcised in the tlcr-h
29. 14 Surely thou (art) my bone and my flesh
37 27 for he (is) our brother (and) our flesh
40. 19 the birds shall eat thy flesh from oil thi-i-
Exod 4 7 it WHS turned again as his (other) flesh
12. 8 they shall eat the flesh in that night
12 46 thou shall not carry forth, .flesh abroad
16. 3 when we sat by the flesh pots, (and) when
16. 8 the LORD shall give yon., flesh to eat, and
16. 12 saying, At even ye shall eat flesh, and in
21. 28 and his flesh shall not be eaten ; but the
22. 31 neither shall ye eat (any) flesh (that is)
29. 14 flesh of the bullock, .shalt thou burn with
29. 31 and seethe his flesh in the holy place
29. 32 Aaron and his sons shall eat the flesh of
29. 34 And if ought of the flesh . . remain uutothu
30. 3 Upon man s flesh shall it not be poured
Lev. 4. ii and all his flesh, with his head, aud with
6. 10 breeches shall he put upon his flesh, and
6 27 Whatsoever shall touch the flesh thereof
>. 15, 18 the flesh of the sacrifice of his peace
7. 17 remainder of the flesh, .shall be burnt
-. 19 the flesh that,toueheth anyunclcau (thing)
i. 19 as for the flesh, all that be clean shall eat
>. 20, 21 flesh of the sacrifice of peace offerings
8. 17 But the bullock, and his hide, his flesh
8. 31 Boil the flesh (at) the door of the tabtni.
8. 32 And that which remaineth of the flesh
9. 1 1 the flesh aud the hide he burnt with tire
ii. 8 Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their
11. ii ye shall not eat of their flesh, but ye shall
12. 3 flesh of Ills foreskin shall be circumcised
13. 2 shall have in the skia of his flesh a rising
13. 2 and it be in the skin of his flesh (like) the
iv 3 on the plague in the skin of the flesh
13. 3 (l>e) deeper than the skin of his flesh, it
13. 4 spot (be) white in the skin of his flesh
13. 10 (there be) quick raw flesh in the rising
13. ii an old leprosy in the skin of his flesh
13. 13 the leprosy have covered all his flesh, lie
13. 14 But when raw flesh appeareth in him, he
13 15 And the priest shall see the raw flesh, and
13. 15 the raw flesh (is) unclean : it (is) a leprosy
13. 16 Or if the raw llesh turn again, .he shall
13. 18 The flesh also, in which, .was a boil, and
13. 24 Or if there be (any) flesh, in the skin
13. 38 in the skin of their flesh bright spots
i). 39 bright spots in the skin of their flesh
13. 43 the leprosy, .in the skin of the flesh
14. 9 also he shall wash his flesh in water, and
15. 2 hath a running issue out of his flesh
15. 3 whether his flesh run . .or his flesh be
-.5. 7 lie that toucheth the flesh of him that
15. 13 shall, .bathe his flesh in running water
15. 16 then he shall wash all his llesh in water
15. 19 if. .her issue in her flesh be blood
16. 4 have the linen breeches upon his flesh
16. 4 therefore shall he wash his flesh in water
16. 24 he shall wash his flesh with water in the
16. 26. 28 And he. .shall, .bathe his flesh in wat.
16. 27 they) shall burn in the tire, .their flesh
17. ii For the life of the flesh (is) in the blood
17. 14 For (it is) the life of all flesh ; the blood
17. 14 shall eat the blood of no manner of flesh
17. 14 for the life of all flesh (is) the blood the.
17 16 if he wash (them) not, nor bathe his llesh
-.9. 28 any cuttings in your flesh for the dead
21. 15 nor make any cuttings in their flesh
22. 6 unless he wash his flesh with water
26. K) eat the flesh of your sons, and the flesh
Num. 8 7 and let them shave all their flesh, and
ii. 4 and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat ?
ji 13 Whence should I have flesh to give unto
11.13 saying. Give us flesh, that we may eat
11. 18 ye shall eat flesh : for ye have wept in
ji. 18 saying, Who shall give us flesh to eat?
ii. 18 therefore the LORD will give you flesh, aud
11. 21 thou hast said, I will give them flesh
11.33 the flesh (was) yet between their teeth
12 12 of whom the flesh is half consumed when
16. 22 the God of the spirits of all flesh, shall
18. is that openeth the matrix in all flesh
18. >S the flesh of them shall be thine, as the
19. 5 her skin, and her flesh, and her blood
19. 7 and he shall bathe his flesh in water
19-. 8 And he. .shall .bathe his flesh in water
27 16 God of the spirits of all flesh, set a man
Deut. 5. 26 who (is there of) all flesh, that hath heard
12. ic thou mayest. .eat flesh in all thy gates
12. 20 thou shalt say, I will eat flesh, hrcaiiM-
12. 20 longethtoeat flesh, thou mayest cat fU-,h
12 23 mayest not eat the life with the flesh
12. 27 thou shalt offer, .the flesh and. .hi KOI I
12. 27 thy God, and thou shalt eat the flesh
14. 8 ye shall not eat of their flesh, nor tourh
16. 4 neither shall, .flesh, .remain all night
28. 53 thou shall eat. .the flesh of thy sunn and
28. 55 that he will not give, .of the flesh of his
32. 42 and my sword shall devour flesh : (and
Judg. 6. 19 the flesh he put in a basket, and he
6. 20 Take the flesh aud the unleavened cakes
6. 21 Then the angel, .touched the flesh and
6. 21 lire, .consumed the flesh and theunleav.
8.7! will tear your flesh with the thorns
9. 2 also that I (am) your bone and your flesh
x S 2. 13 while the flesh was in seething, with a
2. 15 said. .Give flesh to roast for the priest
a. 15 he will not have sodden lli-sh of thee, but
1 Sa. 17. 44 I will give thy flesh unto the fowls of the
2 Su. 5. i Behold, we (are) thy bone and thy flesh
19. 12 my brethren, ye (are) my bones and my fl.
19. 13 (Art) thou not of my bone, aud of my H.?
i Ki.i?. 6 the ravens brought him bread and flesh
17. 6 bread and flesh in the evening ; and he
19 21 boiled their flesh, .and gave unto the pe.
21. 25 that he. .put sackcloth upon his flesh, and
i Ki. 4. 34 and the flesh of the child waxed warm
5. 10 and thy flesh shall come again to thee
5. 14 his flesh came again like unto the flesh of
6 30 (he had) sackcloth within upon his flesh
9. 36 shall dogs eat the flesh of Jezebel
1 Ch.ii. i Behold, we (are) thy bone and thy flesh
2 Ch.32. 8 With him (is) an arm of flesh ; but with
Neh. 5 5 our flesh (is) as the flesh of our brethren
Job 2. 5 touch his bone and his flesh, and he will
4. 15 passed before my face ; the hair of my fl.
6. 12 strength of stones? or (is) my flesh of br. .
7. 5 My flesh is clothed with worms and clods
10. 4 Hast thou eyes of flesh? or seest thou as
10. ii Thou hast clothed me with skin and flesh
13. 14 Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth
14. 22 But his flesh upon him shall have pain
19. 20 My bone cleareth..to my flesh, and I am
19. 22 and are not satisfied with my flesh?
19. 26 destroy this (body), yet in my flesh shall
21 6 and trembling taketh hold on my flesh
31. 31 said not, Oh that we had of his flesh ! we
33. 21 His flesh is consumed away, that it cannot
33. 25 His flesh shall be fresher than a child s
34. 15 All flesh shall perish together, and man
41. 25 The flakes of his flesh are joined together
Psa. 16. 9 my flesh also shall rest in hope
27. 2 came upon me to eat up my flesh, they
38. 3, 7 (There is) no soundness in my flesh
50. 13 Will I eat the flesh of bulls, or drink the
56. 4 I will not fear what flesh can do unto me
63. i my flesh longeth for thee in a dry . . land
65. 2 hearest prayer, unto thee shall all flesh
78. 39 he remembered that they (were but) flesh
79. 2 the flesh of thy saints unto the beasts of
84. 2 and my flesh crieth out for the living God
109. 24 My knees are weak., my flesh faileth of
119. 120 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee ; and
136. 25 Who giveth food to all flesh : for his me.
145. 7.1 let all flesh bless his holy name for ever
Prov. 4. 22 For they (are)., health to all their flesh
5. ii when thy flesh and thy body are consu.
14. 30 A sound heart (is) the life of the flesh
23. 20 Be not . . among riotous eaters of flesh
Eccl. 4. 5 The fool .. eateth his own flesh
5. 6 Suffer not thy mouth to cause thy flesh
11. 10 Therefore, .put away evil from thy flesh
12. 12 and much study (is)a weariness of the fl.
Isa 9. 20 they shall eat every man the flesh of his
17. 4 and the fatness of his flesh shall wax
22. 13 killing sheep, eating flesh, and drinking
31. 3 and their horses flesh, and not spirit
40. 5 and all flesh shall see (it) together : for
40. 6 Ajl flesh (is) grass, and all the goodliuess
44. 16 with part thereof he eateth flesh; he
44. 19 I have roasted flesh, and eaten (it) and
49. 26 that oppress thee with their own flesh
49. 26 and all flesh shall know that I the LOKI>
58. 7 thou hide not thyself from thine own fl.?
65. 4 which eat swine s flesh, and broth of ah.
(.6. 16 sword will the LORD plead with all flesh
66. 17 eating swine s flesh, and the abomination
66. 23 shall all flesh come to worship before me
66. 24 they shall be an abhorring unto all flesh
Jer. 7. 21 Put ..unto your sacrifices, and eat flesh
11. 15 and the holy flesh is passed from thee :
12. 12 end of the land : no flesh shall have peace
17. 5 trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his
19. 9 I will cause them to eat the flesh of their
19. 9 sons, and the flesh of their daughters
19. 9 they shall eat every one the flesh of his
25. 31 for the LORD, .will plead with all flesh
32. 27 I (am) the LORD, the God of all flesh : is
45. 5 I will bring evil upon all flesh, saith the
Lam. 3. 4 51 y flesh and my skin hath he made old
Eze. 4. 14 neither came there abominable flesh into
n. 3 (city is) the caldron, and we (be) the flesh
n. 7 they (are) the flesh, and this (city is) the
11. ii neither shall ye be the flesh in the midst
ii. 19 will take the stony heart out of their fle.
ii. 19 and will give them an heart of flesh
16. 26 Egyptians thy neighbours, great of flesh
20. 48 alfflesh shall see that I the LORD have
21. 4 shall my sword go forth, .against all flesh
21. 5 That all flesh may know that I the LORD
23. 20 whose flesh (is as) the flesh of asses, and
24. 10 consume the flesh, and spice it well, and
32. 5 I will lay thy flesh upon the mountains
36. 26 take, .the stony heart out of your flesh
36. 26 andl will give you an heart of flesh
37. 6 And I will, .bring up flesh upon you
37. 8 the sinews and the flesh came up upon
39. 17 That ye may eat flesh, and drink Mood
39. 18 Ye shall eat the flesh of the mighty
40. 43 upon the tables (was> the flesh of the off.
44. 7 uncircumcised in flesh, to be in my sane.
44. <) No stranger, .nncircumcised in flesh
Dan. 1.15 fatter in flesh than all the children which
10. 3 neither came flesh nor wine in my mouth
Hos. 8. 13 They sacrifice flesh (for) the sacrifices of
Joel 2. 28 I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh
Mic. 3. 3 and as flesh within the caldron
Hag. 2. 12 If one bear holy flesh in the skirt of his
Xei-h. 2. IT, Be silent, O all flesh, before the LORD
11. q lot the rest eat every one the flesh of
Zech ii. 1 6 he shall eat the flesh of the fat, and
14. 12 Their flesh shall consume away while they
I.Flfsh, 15 ? besar.
Dan. 2. ii the gods, whose dwelling is not with fle
4. 12 meat for all. .and all flesh waa fed of it
7. 5 and they said. .Arise, devour much II. !
S.Slaughtered fowl, nrnp tibctuih.
i 83.25. " my flesh that I have killed for my shear.
l.Flesh, meat, food, cin7 lechum.
Zeph. i. 17 blood, .as dust, and their flesh as the d.
5.Flesh, (remainder, remains), ~\vsf sheer.
Psa. 73. 26 My flesh aud my heart faileth . .God (is)
78. 20 Behold . .can he provide flesh for his pe. ?
78. 27 He rained flesh also upon them as dust
Prov. 11.17 but (he that is) cruel troubleth his own
Jer. 51. 35 The violence done to me and to my flesh
Mic. 3. 2 and their flesh from off their bones
3. 3 Who also eat the flesh of my people, and
6.Flesh, meat, itptas kreas.
Rom. 14. 21 good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink w.
i Co. 8. 13 I will eat no flesh while the world stand.
7. Flesh, <riip
sarx.
Matt 16. 17 flesh and blood hath not revealed (it)
19. 5 And said, .and they twain shall be one fl. ?
19. 6 they are no more twain, but one flesh
24. 22 there should no flesh be saved : but for
26.41 the spirit, .(is) willing, but the flesh (is)
Markio. 8 And they twain shall be one flesh : so
10. 8 they are no more twain, but one flesh
13. 20 no flesh should be saved : but for the
14. 38 The spirit, .(is) ready, but the flesh (is)
Luke 3. 6 all flesh shall see the salvation of God
24. 39 for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as
John i. 13 nor of the will|of the flesh, nor of the will
1. 14 the Word was made flesh, and dwelt
3. 6 That which is born of the flesh is flesh
6. 51 the bread that I will give is my flesh
6. 52 How can this man give us (his) flesh to
6. 53 Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man
6. 54 Whoso eateth my flesh, .hath eternal life
6. 55 my flesh is meat indeed, and my blood is
6. 56 He that eateth my flesh, .dwelleth in me
6. 63 the flesh profit eth nothing : the words
8. is Ye judge after the flesh ; I judge no man
17. 2 thou hast given him power over all flesh
Acts 2. 17 I will pour out of my Spirit upon all fle
2. 26 moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope
2. 30 [according to the flesh, he would raise]
2. 31 neither his flesh did see corruption
Roni. i. 3 of the seed of David according to the fle.
2. 28 circumcision which is outward in the fl.
3. 20 there shall no flesh be justified in his
4. i our father, as pertaining to the flesh
6. 19 because of the infirmity of your flesh
7. 5 when we were in the flesh, the motions of
7. 18 that in me that is, in my flesh, dwelleth
7. 25 but with the flesh the law of sin
8. i [to them . . who walk not after the flesh]
8. 3 in that it was weak through the flesh
8. 3 likeness of sinful flesh, .sin in the flesh
8. 4 in us, who walk not after the flesh, but
8. 5 after the flesh do mind, .things of the tie.
8. 8 they that are in the floh cannot please
8. 9 ye are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit
8. 12 not to the flesh, to live after the flesh
8. 13 if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die
9. 3 for. .my kinsmen according to the flesh
9. 5 of whom as concerning the flesh Christ
9. 8 They which are the children of the flesh
n 14 I may provoke to emulation, .my flesh
13. 14 and make not provision for the flesh
1 Co. i. 26 that not many wise men after the flesh
1. 29 That no flesh should glory in his presence
5. 5 for the destruction of the llesh, that the
6. 16 for two, saith he, shall be one flesh
7. 28 such shall have trouble in the flesh : but
10. 18 Behold Israel after the flesh : are notj
15. 39 All flesh (is) not the same flesh : but
15. 39 but. .one. .[flesh] of men, another (flesh]
15. 50 flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingd.
2 Co. i. 17 do I purpose according to the flesh, that
4. 1 1 might be made manifest in our mortal fl.
5. 16 henceforth know we no man after the fl.
5. 16 we have known Christ after the {flesh
7. i from all fllthiness of the flesh and spirit
7. 5 when we were come, .our flesh had no
10. 2 as if we walked according to the flesh
10. 3 the flesh, we do not war after the flesh
11. 18 Seeing that many glory after the flesh
12. 7 there was given to me a thorn in the fle.
Gal. i. 16 I conferred not with flesh and blood
2. 16 for by. .the law shall no flesh be justified
2. 20 the life which I now live in the flesh I
3. 3 are ye now made perfect by the flesh ?
4. 13 through infirmity of the flesh I preached
4. 14 my temptation which was in my flesh ye
4. 23 was born after the flesh ; but he of the
4. 29 as then he that was bora after the flesh
5. 13 not liberty for an occasion to the flesh
5. 16 ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh
5. 17 For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit
5. 17 and the Spirit against the flesh : anil
5. 19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest
5. 24 have crucified the flesh with the affect.
6. 8 that sweth to his flesh shall of the flesh
6. 12 as desire to make a fair show in the flesh
6. 13 but . .that they may glory in your flesh
Eph. 2. 3 conversation . .in the lusts of our flesh
FLESH 3f>7 FLOOD
Kph. -. 3 fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of
2. ii (being) in time past Gentiles in the flesh
.-. ii the CiiviiuiriMoii in the llesh made by
.. 15 Having abolished in his flesh the enmity
-
. 29 Kor mi man ever yet hated his own flesh
s. 50 I Kor we are members, .of his flesh]
s. 31 his wife, and they two shall he one flesh
1 1. 5 that are. .masters according to the flesh
>. 12 we wrestle not against flesh and blood
Phil. i. 22 if I live in the flesh, this (is) the fruit of
i. 24 Nevertheless to abide in the flesh (is)
3. 3 For we. .have no confidence in the flesh
3. 4 I might, .have confidence in the flesh
3. 4 hath whereof he might trust in the flesh
Col. i. 22 In the body of his flesh through death, to
1. 24 afflictions, .in my flesh for his body s
2. i as have not seen my face in the flesh
2. 5 For though I be absent in the flesh, yet
2. ii in putting oft , .the sins of the flesh by
2. 13 and the uncircumcision of your flesh
2. 23 any honour to the satisfying of the flesh
3. 22 obey, .masters according to the flesh
i Ti. 3. 16 God was manifest in the flesh, justified
Vhm. 16 a brother, .in the flesh, and in the Lord .
Heb. 2. 14 as the children are partakers of flesh and
5. 7 Who in the days of his flesh, when he
9. 13 sanctifleth to the purittying of the flesh
10. 20 through the veil, that is to say, his flesh
12. 9 we have had fathers of our flesh which
Jas. 5. 3 and shall eat your flesh as it were lire
1 Pe. i. 24 For all flesh (is) as grass, and all the glo.
3. 18 Christ, .being put to death in the flesh
3. 21 the putting away of the filth of the flesh
4. i Christ hath suffered for ns in the flesh
.<. i for he that hath suffered in the flesh
4. 2 live the rest of (his) time in the flesh
4. 6 be judged according to men in the flesh
2 Pe. 2. 10 chiefly them that walk after the flesh in
2. 18 they allure through the lusts of the flesh
1 Jo. 2. 1 6 the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the
4. 2, 3 that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh
2 Jo. 7 that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh
Jude 7 and the cities, .going after strange flesh
8 these (filthy) dreamers defile the flesh
23 even the garment spotted by the flesh
Rev. 17. 16 shall eat her flesh, and burn her with
19. 18 flesh of kings, and the flesh of captains
19. 18 the flesh of mighty men, and the flesh of
19. 18 the flesh of all (men, both) free and bond
19. 21 all the fowls were filled with their flesh
FLESH hook
l.JInok, for/.; aSjo mazleg.
i Sa. 2. 13 a flesh hook of three teeth in his hand
2. 14 all that the flesh hook brought up the
2. Hooks, forks, rmSjp mizlagolh.
Exodzy. 3 and his flesh hooks, and his fire pans
38. 3 (and) the flesh hooks, and the fire pans
Xum. 4. 14 the flesh hooks, and the shovels, and the
1 Ch. 28. 17 gold for the flesh hooks, and the bowls
2 Ch. 4. 16 the flesh hooks, and all their instruments
FLESHLY, fleshy
1. Fleshly, fleshlike, vapKiKos sarkikos.
2 < o. i. 12 not with fleshly wisdom, but by the grace
1 Pe. 2. ii abstain from fleshly lusts, which war aga.
I.Offlesh, o-dpKivos sarkinos.
2 Co. 3. 3 not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables
S.F7e,ih, ffdp sarx.
Col. 2. 18 vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind
FLIES, divers sorts of
Beetle, doy Jlij, Tij^ urob.
Psa. 78. 45 He sent divers sorts of flies among them
105. 31 there came divers sorts of flies, (and) lice
FLIETH, that
Fh/iiKj find or bird, r
|iy oph.
Dent 14. 19 And every creeping thing that ttieth (is)
FLIGHT
l.Flii/ht, D131J manos.
Amos 2. 14 the flight shall perish from the swift
1. Flight, npu? menusah.
Isa. 52. 12 not go out with haste, nor go by flight
3. Flight, <pvyrf phuge.
Matt 24. 20 that your flight be not in the winter
Marki3. 18 that [your flight) be not in the winter
FLIGHT, to put to
1.7*o cause to fine, rn? barach, 5.
i Ch.i2. 15 put to flight all (them) of the valleys
2.7*0 CMISC to flee, oil nus, 5.
Beut 32. 30 two put ten thousand to flight, except
3. To pursue, *]TJ radap/i.
Lev. 26. 8 you shall put ten thousand to flight
FLINT
1. Flint., u> pWi challamish.
Deut. 8. 15 brought, water out of the rock of flint
Psa. 114. 8 turned . . the flint into a fountain of waters
Isa. 50. 7 therefore have I set my face like a flint
2. Hock, is tsar.
Kze. 3. 9 harder than flint have I made thy forehe.
FLINTY
Flint, crc^n clutllamish.
Deut32. 13 to suck, .oil out of the flinty rock
FLOATS
Floats of i-nfts (of Umber), nnin dobroth.
i Ki. 5. 9 I will convey them by sea in floats unto
FLOCK
1. Cattle, acquisition, njpp m.iqneh.
Xuni32. 20 our flocks, and all our cattle, shall be
1. Flock, droce, herd, -ny eder.
Gen. 29. 2 (were) three flocks of sheep lying by it
29. 2 out of that well they watered the flocks
29. 3 And thither were all the flocks gathered
29. 8 until all the flocks be gathered together
30. 40 he put his own flocks by themselves, and
Judg. 5. 16 to hear the hleatings of the flocks?
1 Sa. 17. 34 a bear, and took a lamb out of the flock
2 Ch.32. 28 all manner of beasts, and cotes for flocks
Job 24. 2 they violently take away Hocks, and feed
Psa. 78. 52 guided them in . .wilderness like a flock
Song i. 7 turneth. .by the Hocks of thy companions
4. r thy hair (is) as a flock of goats, that
4. 2 like a flock (of sheep that are even) shorn
6. 5 thy hair (is) as a flock of goats that
6. 6 as a flock of sheep which go up from the
Isa. 17. 2 they shall be for flocks, which shall lie
32. 14 a joy of wild asses, a pasture of flocks
40. ii He shall feed his flock like a shepherd
Jer. 6. 3 shepherds with their flocks shall come
13. 17 the LORD S flock is carried away captive
13. 26 where (is) the flock (that) was given thee
31. 10 keep him, as a shepherd (doth) his flock
31. 24 and they (that) go forth with flocks
51. 23 also break, .the shepherd and his flock
Eze. 34. 12 As a shepherd seeketh out his flock in
Joel i. 18 yea, the flocks of sheep are made desolate
Mic. 2. 12 as the flock in the midst of their fold
4. 8 O tower of the flock, the strong hold of
5. 8 as a young lion among the flocks of sheep
Zeph. 2. 14 flocks shall lie down in the midst of her
Zech.io. 3 hath visited his flock the house of Judah
Mai. i. 14 which hath in his flock a male, and vow.
Z.Sheep, flock, ;NS tson.
Gen. 4. 4 brought of the firstlings of his flock
13. 5 Lot also, .had flocks, and herds, and tents
21. 28 set seven ewe lambs of the flock by thems.
24. 35 he hath given him flocks, and herds, and
26. 14 he had possession of flocks, and possession
27. 9 Go now to the flock, and fetch me from
29. 2 there (were) three flocks of sheep lying by
29. 10 the flock of Laban his mother s brother
30. 31 I will again feed (and) keep thy flock
30. 32 I will pass through all thy flock to day
30. 36 and Jacob fed the rest of Laban s flocks
30. 38 which he had pilled before the flocks in
30. 38 when the flocks came to drink, that they
30. 39 the flocks conceived before the rods, and
30. 40 set the faces of the flocks toward the
30. 40 and all the brown in the flock of Laban
31. 4 called Rachel and Leah, .unto his flock
31. 38 the rams of thy flock have I not eaten
32. 5 I have oxen, and asses, flocks, and men
32. 7 the flocks, and herds, and the camels
33. 13 flocks and herds with young pire) with
33. 13 overdrive them, .all the flock will die
37. 2 was feeding the Hock with his brethren
37. 12 to feed their father s flock in Shechem
37. 14 see whether it be well, .with the flocks
;8. 17 I will send (thee) a kid from the flock
45. 10 thy flocks, and thy herds and all that
46. 32 they have brought their flocks, and their
47. i and their flocks, and their herds, and all
47. 4 servants have no pasture for their flocks
47. 17 the flocks [Heb. miqneh tson, possessions
50. 8 their flocks, and their herds [of flocks]
Exod. -2. 16 the troughs to water their father s flock
2. 17 and helped them, and watered their flock
2. 19 (water) enough for us, and watered the fl.
3. i the flock of Jethro his father in law
3. i the flock to the backside of the desert
10. 9 We will go. .with our flocks and with
10. 24 let your Hocks and your herds be stayed
12. -52 Also take your flocks and your herds, as
12. 38 flocks, and herds, .very much cattle
34. 3 neither let the Hocks nor herds feed bef.
Lev i. 2 the cattle, .of the herd, and of the flock
i. 10 And if his offering (be) of the flocks
3. 6 And if his offering, .(be) of the flock
5. 6 a female from the flock, a lamb or a kid
5. 15, 18 a ram without blemish out of the flo.
6. 6 a ram without blemish out of the flock
27. 32 And concerning the tithe of. .the flock
Xum ii. 22 Shall the flocks and the herds be slain
15. 3 to make a sweet savour, .of the flock
31. 30 take one portion of fifty, .of the flocks
Deut. 8. 13 And. .thy herds and thy flocks multiply
12. 6 firstlings of your herds and of your flocks
12. 17 firstlings of thy herds, or of thy flock
12. 21 then thou ahalt kill, .of thy flock, which
14. 23 firstlings of thy herds and of thy flocks
i-. 14 Thou shalt furnish him. .out of thy Hock
;=;. K.I and of thy Hock thou shalt sanctify unto
1 6. 2 Thou shalt. . sacrifice . .of the flock and
1 Sa. 30. 20 David took all the flocks and the herds
2 Sa. 12. 2 The rich, .had exceeding many flocks and
12. 4 he spared to take of his own flock, and of
1 Ch. 4. 39 they went, .to seek pasture for their flo.
4. 41 (there was) pasture there for their flocks
zj. 31 over the Hocks (was) Jaziz the Hagarite
2 Ch.i7- ii and the Arabians brought him flocks
32. 29 and possessions of Hocks and herds in
35. 7 Josiah gave to the people, of the flock
Ezra 10. 19 a ram of the flock for their tresspass
Neh. 10. 36 firstlings of our herds and of our Hocks
Job 21. "n send forth their little ones like a flock
30. i to have set with the dogs of my flock
I sa. 65. 13 The pastures are clothed with flocks
77. 20 Thou ltddst thy people like a flock by
80. i thou that leadtst Joseph like a flock
107. 41 and maketh (him) families like a flock
Prov 27. 23 diligent to know the state of thy flocks
Song i. 8 go. .forth by the footsteps of the Hock
Isa. 60. 7 the flocks, .shall be gathered together
61. 5 And strangers shall, .feed your flocks
63. ii of the sea with the shepherd of his flock?
65. 10 And Sharon shall be a fold of flocks
Jer. 3. 24 their flocks and their herds, their sons
5. 17 they shall eat up thy flocks and thine
13. 20 where (is), .thy beautiful flock?
23. 2 Ye have scattered my flock, and driven
23. 3 I will gather the remnant of my flock
25. 34 wallow yourselves . .ye principal of the fl,
25. 35 nor the principal of the flock to escape
25. 36 an howling of the principal of the flock
31. 12 for the young of the flock and of the herd
33. 12 shepherds causing (their) flocks to lie do.
33. 13 shall the flocks pass again under the ha.
49. 20 Surely the least of the Hock shall draw
49. 29 and their flocks shall they take away
50. 8 and be as the he goats before the flocks
50. 45 Surely the least of the flock shall draw
Eze. 24. 5 Take the choice of the flock, and burn
25. 5 the Ammonites a couching place for flo.
34. 2 should not the shepherds feud the flocks?
34. 3 ye eat the fat . . ye feed not the flock
34. 6 my flock was scattered upon all the face
34. 8 my flock became a prey, and my flock b.
34. 8 search for my flock . . fed not my flock
34. 10 I will require my flock at their hand
34. 10 cause, .to cease from feeding the flock
34. 10 I will deliver my flock from their mouth
34. 15 I will feed my flock, and I will cause
34. 17 O my Hock, thus saith the LOUD God
34. 19 my nock, they eat that which ye have
34. 22 Therefore will I save my flock, and they
34. 31 And ye my flock, the flock of my pasture
36. 37 I \vill increase them with men like a flock
36. 38 Astbeholy flock, as theflock of Jerusalem
36. 38 so shall, .waste cities be tilled with flocks
43. 23, 25 a ram out of the flock, without blem.
45. 15 one lamb out of the flock, out of two hu.
Hos. 5. 6 They shall go with their flocks and with
Amos 6. 4 and eat the lambs out of the flock
7. 15 the LORD took me as I followed the flock
Jon. 3. 7 Let neither, .herd nor flock, taste any
Mic. 7. 14 Feed, .the flock of thine heritage, which
Hab. 3. 17 the flock shall be cut off from the fold
Zeph. 2. 6 the sea coast shall be. .folds for flocks
Zech. 9. 1 6 save them, .as the flock of his people
10. 2 therefore they went their way as a flock
11. 4 saith. .Feed the flock of the slaughter
ii. 7 And I will feed the flock of slaughter
ii. 70 poor of the flock. .And I fed the flock
ii. ii the poor of the flock that waited upon me
ii. 17 the idol shepherd that leaveth the flock !
4. A flock, iroi/jivn poimne.
Matt26. 31 the sheep of the flock shall be scattered
Luke 2. 8 keeping watch over their flock by night
i Co. 9. 7 a flock, and eateth not of. .the flock?
5.A little flock, iroifjiviov poimnion.
Lukei2. 32 Fear not, little flock; for it is your
Acts 20. 28 Take heed therefore, .to all the flock
20. 29 grievous wolves, .not sparing the flock
i Pe. 5. 2 Feed the flock of God which is among jf0u
5. 3 lords . . but being ensamples to the flock
FLOCK, little
A bare or exposed flock,
r
tVU chasiph.
i Ki.2o. 27 pitched, .like two little flocks of kids
FLOCKS
I. Pasturing, feeding flock, n-
y|D marith.
Jer. 10. 21 and all their flocks shall be scattered
^.Multiplications, ninir^i ashtaroth.
Deut. 7. 13 he will, .bless, .the flocks of thy sheep
28. 4 Blessed (shall be). . the flocks of thy sheep
28. 1 8 Cursed (shall be), .the flocks of thy sheep
28. 51 shall not leave thee. .flocks of thy sheep
FLOOD
I. A brook, flood, IK or.
Amos 8. 8 and it shall rise up wholly as a flood
2. Inundation, flood, storm, C^i zerem.
Isa. 28. 2 as a flood of mighty waters overflowing
3..1 brook, flood, nix: yeor.
Jer. 46. 7 Who (is) this (that) cometh up as a flood
46. 8 Egypt riseth up like a flood, and (his) w.
Amos 8. 8 it shall be. .drowned, as (by) the flood of
9. 5 and it shall rise up wholly like a flood
o. 5 and shall be drowned, as (by) the flood of
4.A flood, deluge, ^2? mabbul.
Gen. 6. 17 behold, I, even I, do bring a flood of wa.
7. 6 when the flood of waters was upon the e.
7. 7 ark, because of the waters of the flood
-. 10 waters of the flood were upon the earth
7. 17 the flood was forty days upon the earth
i,. ii cut off any more by the waters of a flood
o. 1 1 neither shall there any more be a flood to
c. 15 the waters shall no more become a Hood
9. 28 And Noah lived after the flood three
10. i unto them were sous born after the flood
FLOOD FLY
Gen. 10. 32 divided in the earth after the flood
ii. 10 begat Arphaxud two years after the flood
Psa. 29. 10 The LORD sitteth upon the flood ; yea
5. A rircr, iri} nahar.
Josh. 24. -j dwelt on the other side of the flood in
24. 3 Abraham from the other side of the flood
24. 14 served on the other side of the flood
24. 15 that (were) on the other side of the flood
Job 14. ii and the flood decayeth and drieth up
20. 17 He shall not see the rivers, the floods
22. 16 foundation was overflown with a flood
28. ii He bindeth the floods from overflowing
Psa. 24. 2 For he. .established it upon the floods
66. 6 they went through the flood on foot
93. 3 The floods have lifted up, O LORD
93. 3 the floods have lifted up their voice
93. 3 the floods lift up their waves
98. 8 Let the floods clap . . hands : let the hills
Song 8. 7 neither can the floods drown it : if a man
Isa. 59. 19 When the enemy shall come in like a flood
Kze. 31. 15 I restrained the floods thereof, and the
Jon. 2. 3 the floods compassed me about : all thy
G.Toflow, S} nazal.
Exod. 15. 8 the floods stood upright as an heap
Psa. 78. 44 their floods, that they could not drink
Isa. 44. 3 I will pour, .floods upon the dry ground
1.A brook, ^ nachal.
2 Sa. 22. 5 floods of ungodly men made me afraid
Job 28. 4 The flood breaketh out from the inhabi.
Psa. 18. 4 floods of ungodly men made me afraid
74. 15 didst cleave the fountain and the flood
Jer. 47. 2 waters, .shall be an overflowing flood
8.F!fiod, stream, nSa? shibboleth.
Psa. 69. 2 waters, where the floods overflow me
69. 15 Let not the water flood overflow me
9.0rerflnwiiic/,flood,
r
flj, ]?? shetejrft.
Psa. 32. 6 surely in the floods of great waters they
Dan. 9. 26 and the end thereof, .with a flood, and
11. 22 with the arms of a flood shall they be ov.
Nah. i. 8 with an overrunning flood he will make
10.Deluge, washing doirn, KaTa.K\u(rfi6s kataklu.
Matt 24. 38 in the days that were before the flood
24. 39 knew not until the flood came, and took
Lukei7. 27 the flood came, and destroyed them all
2 Pe. 2. 5 bringing in the flood upon the world of
1 1 . Flood tide, full Jfowing, TrArj/uuupa pltm mura.
Luke 6. 48 when the flood arose, the stream beat
12.River flood, stream, ITOTO/XOJ potamos.
Matt. 7. 25 the rain descended, and the floods came
7. 27 the rain descended, and the floods came
Rev. 12. 15 the serpent cast out. .water as a flood
12. 16 the flood which the dragon cast out of his
FLOOD, carried away of the
Borne on Itij the streaiii, iroTo/uo<opTjTos potamoph.
Rev. 12. 15 cause her to be carried away of the flood
FLOOR
1 . Tli resh ing floor, forum, fji goren .
Gen. 50. ii saw the mourning in the floor of Atad
Deut 15. 14 Thou shall furnish him. .out of thy floor
Judg. b. 37 I will put a fleece of wool in the floor
Ruth 3. i Wash, .and get thee down to the floor
3. 6 And she went down unto the floor, and
3. 14 known that a woman came into the floor
Isa. 21. 10 O my threshing, and the corn of my floor
Hos. 9. i hast loved a reward upon every corn flo.
9. 2 The floor, .shall not feed them, and the
13.3 chaff (that) is driven . . out of the floor, and
Joel 2. 24 floors shall be full of wheat, and the fats
Mic. 4. 12 for he shall gather them, .into the floor
2. Floor, bottom, yp"]p qarqa.
Num. ;. 17 of the dust that is in the floor of the
1 Ki. 6. 15 he built, .both the floor of the house, and
6. 15 covered the floor of the house with planks
6. i6he built.. both the flodr and the walls
6. 30 the floor of the house he overlaid with
&.Floor, barn, a\uv halOn.
Matt. 3. 12 and he will throughly purge his floor
Luke -?. 17 he will throughly purge his floor, and
[Sfe also Barn floor, corn floor, threshing floor.]
FLOOR, to
To join, cause to meet, .Tip qarah, 3.
2 Ch. 34. 1 1 and to floor the houses which the kings
FLOOR, one tide of the
Floor, bottom, I pip qarqn.
1 Ki. 7. 7 with cedar from one side of the floor to
FLOTES
Float*, rafts, rvniET raphsodoA.
2 Ch. 2. 16 we will bring it to thee in flotes by sea to
FLOUR
1.Dough, pjy bntseq.
* Sa. 13. 8 she took flour, and kneaded (it), and made
2.Fine crushed flour, nSb soleth.
Exod 29. 2 (of) wheaten flour shall thou make them
29. 40 a tenth deal of flour mingled with the fo.
Lev. 2. 2 and he shall take . . of the flour thereof
6. 15 he shall take . .of the flour of the meat
Num 15. 4 a tenth deal of flour mingled with thi-
15. 6, 9 tenth deals of flour mingled with
28 5 a tenth (part) of an ephah of flour for a
?8 9 two tenth deals of flour . . mingled with
28. 12, 12 tenth deals of flour (for) a meat offer.
Num 28. 138 several tenth deal of flour mingled with
28. 20 meat offering (shall be of) flour mingled
28. 28 their meat offering of flour mingled with
29. 3, 9, 14 meat offering (shall be of) flour mi.
3. Rubbed grain, meal, nijg qemach.
Judg. 6. 19 unleavened cakes of an ephah of flour
1 Sa. 1.24 she took . . one ephah of flour, and a bottle
28. 24 and she., took flour, and kneaded (It), and
2 Sa. 17. 28 Brought beds, .and barley, and flour, and
FLOUR, fine
Fin f flour, (L<it. simila, similago,) <T(/j.i$a\is.
Rev. 18. 13 and flue flour, and wheat, and beasts, and
FLOURISH, to
1. To flourish (become despised?) j K} naats, 5.
Eccl. 12. 5 the almond tree shall flourish, and the
2 . To break forth, flourish, rn? parach.
Psa. 72. "7 In his days shall the righteous flourish
92. 12 The righteous shall flourish like the palm
Prov 1 1 . 28 the righteous shall flourish as a branch
Song 6. ii (and) to see whether the vine flourished
7. 12 let us see if the vine flourish, (whether)
Isa. 66. 14 your bones shall flourish like an herb
3. To (cause to] flourish, rr^ parach, 5.
Psa. 92. 13 Those .shall flourish in the courts of our
Prov. 14. ii tabernacle of the upright shall flourish
4. To blossom, flourish, |"s tsuts, 5.
Psa. 72. 16 (they), .shall flourish like grassof the ea.
90. 6 In the morning it flourisheth, and growe.
92. 7 all the workers of iniquity do flourish
103. 15 as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth
13?. 18 upon himself shall his crown flourish
FLOURISH, to make to
To cause to break forth or flourish, rn^ parach, 5.
Isa. 17. ii shall thou make thy seed to flourish
Eze. 17. 24 and have made the dry tree to flourish
FLOURISH again, to
To flourish, or s/ioot up again, a.va6a\\ca anathal.
Phil. 4. 10 your care of me hath flourished again
FLOURISHING -
\. Fresh, flourishing, ]M^ raanan.
Psa. 02. 14 they shall be fat und flourishing
2. Fresh, flourishing, jan raanan.
Dan. 4. 4 Nebuchadnezzar was . . flourishing in my
FLOW, to
1.7*0 flow, issue, an .-,ub.
Exod. 3. 8, 17 land flowing with milk and honey
[So in 1-5. 5 ; 33. 3 ; Lev. 20. 24 ; Num. 13. 27 ; 14. 8 ; 16.
13, 14; Deut. 6. 3; ii. 9; 26. 9, 15; 27. 3; 31. 20; Josh.
5. 6, Jer. ii. 5 ; 32. 22 ; Ezek. 20. 6, 15.]
Jer. 49. 4 Wherefore gloriest thou in . . thy flowing
2. To go on, "^ yalak.
Josh. 4. 18 the waters, .flowed over all his banks, as
Joel 3. 18 the hills shall flow with milk, and all the
3. 1 8 rivers of Judah shall flow with waters
3. To flow, become bright, ini nahar.
Isa. 2. 2 above the hills ; and all nations shall flow
Mic. 4. i above the hills ; and people shall flow
4. To flow, V;} nazal.
Psa. 147. 18 causeth. .to blow, (and) the waters flow
b.Tofloic, overflow, 7* tsuph.
Lam. 3. 54 Waters flowed over mine head ; (then) I
6. To flow, f>t<o
rheo.
John 7. 38 out of his belly shall flow rivers of living
FLOW away, to
To be poured out, spread out, 1:} nagar, 2.
Job 20. 28 shall flow away in the day of his wrath
FLOW, to cause to
To cause to flmr, *?}} nazal, 5.
Isa. 48. 2i caused the waters to flow out of the rock
FLOW down, to
To flow, tremble, 7$ zalal, 2.
Isa. 64. i that the mountains might flow down at
64. 3 mountains flowed down at thy presence
FLOW out, to
To flow, flow on. Si} nazal.
Song 4. 1 6 (that) the spices thereof may flow out
FLOW together, to
To flou; become bright, in} nahar.
isn. 60. 5 Then thou shall sec, and flow together
Jer. 31.12 they shall come, .and shall flow together
51. 44 nations shall not flow together any more
FLOWER
1. Tower, towering plant, S??2 migdal.
Song 5. 13 His cheeks (are), .(as) sweet flowers ; his
2. Blossom, flower, ^nitstsah.
Job 15. 33 and shall cast off his flower as the olive
Isa. 18. 5 the sour grape is ripening in the flower
3. Blossom, flower, ;?J n itstsan .
Song 2. 12 The flowers appear on the earth ; the ti.
4 . Flower, flourishing, rn^ perach.
Exodz5.*3i and his flowers, snail be of the same
25. 3? (with) ;\ knop and a flower in one branch
25. 33 and three bowls, .(with) a knop and a fl.
25. 34 bowls, .(with) their kuops and their flow.
37.
37.
37.
Num. 8.
t Ki. 7.
7.
2 Ch. 4.
4.
Nan. i.
5. Blossom
i Ki. 6.
6.
6.
6.
Job 14.
Psa. 103.
Isa. 28.
40.
40.
6. Blossom
Isa. 28.
7 .A flowe
Jas. 1.
i.
i Pe. i.
17 knops, and his flowers, were of the same
19 in one branch, a knop and a flower
19 and three bowls, .a knop and a flower : so
20 four bowls . . his knops, and his flowers
4 unto the flowers thereof, (was) beaten
26 brim . . was wrought . . with flowers of lilies
49 with the flowers, and the lamps, and th
5 and the brim . . with flowers of lilies
21 the flowers, and the lamps, and the tongs
4 and the flower of Lebanon langui.shrth
, flower, |"V
tsits.
18 carved with knops and open flowers : all
29 palm trees and open flowers, within and
32 carved upon them carvings of. .flowers
35 And he carved (thereon), .open flowers
2 He cometh forth like a flower, and is cut
15 as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth
i whose glorious beauty (is) a fading flower
6 all thegoodliness thereof (is)as the flower
7, 8 The grass withereth, the flower fadeth
, flower, nyy tsitsah.
4 glorious beauty, .shall be a fading flower
, &t>6os anthos.
10 because as the flower, .he shall passaway
11 and the flower thereof falleth, and the
24 the glory of man as the flower of grass
i. 24 and the flower thereof falleth away
FLOWER of one s age, to pass the
To be, beyond the point, tifii virfpaK/j.os. [eimi].
i Co. 7. 36 if she pass the flower of (her) age, and
FLOWER of their age, in the
Men, c ?i;
U|? enoshim.
1 Sa. 2. 33 all . . shall die in the flower of their age
FLOWERS
Impurity, separation, rni niddah.
Lev. 15. 24 lie with her. .and her flowers be upon him
15. 33 of her that is sick of her flowers, and of
FLOWING
I. To send orflow forth, j;;} naba.
ProviS. 4 wellspring of wisdom (as) a flowing brook
2.Toflou; ^u nazal.
Jer. 18. 14 shall the cold flowing waters that come
3. To overflow, *}%> shataph.
Isa. 66. 12 the glory of the Genliles like a flowing
FLUTE
Flute, pipe, reed, Krrpvs mashroqitha.
Dan. 3. 5, 15 ye hear the sound of the cornet, flute
3. 7 the people heard the sound of the. .flute
3. 10 that shall hear the sound of the. .flute
FLUTTER, to - -
To move, flutter, shake, IT] rachaph, y.
Deut. 32. ii As an eagle, .fluttereth over her young
FLUX
Dysentery, tivatvTtpia dusenteria.
Acts 28. 8 the father, .lay sick, .of a bloody flux
FLY
Fly, 3?3J zebub.
Eccl.io. i Dead flies cause the ointment, .to send
Isa. 7. 18 the LORD shall hiss for the fly that (is) in
FLY, to
1. To use the wing, i; abar, 5.
.Fob 39. 26 Dotii Ihe hawk fly by thy wisdom
2. To fly, nx? daah.
Deut 28. 49 the end of the earth, .as the eagle flieth
Psa. 18. 10 he did fly upon the wings of the wind
Jer. 48. 40 lie shall fly as an eagle, and shall spread
49. 22 he shall come up and fly as the eagle
S.Toflii, W uph.
Deut. 4. 17 of any winged fowl that flieth in the air
2 Sa. 22. ii And he rode upon a cherub, and did fly
Job 5. 7 unto trouble, us the sparks fly upward
Psa. 18. 10 And he rode upon a cherub, and did fly
91. 5 (nor) for the arrow (that) flieth by day
Isa. 6. 6 Then flew one of the seraphim unto me
ii. 14 they shall fly upon the shoulders of the P
60. 8 Who (are) these (that) fly as a cloud, and
Hab. i. 8 they shall fly as the eagle (that) hasteth
4. To fly, rpy uph, Sa.
Gen. i. 20 and fowl . .may fly above the earth in the
Isa. 6. 2 covered his feet, .with twain he did fly
:>. To be ravenous, O V it.
i Sa. 15. 19 didst fly upon the spoil, and didst evil in
6. As No. 5 [v.i,. .Vtf asah].
i Sa. 14. 32 the people flew upon the spoil, and took
7. To fly, expand the. wings, ir*Too/xa petaomai.
Rev 4. 7 the fourth heart, .like a [flying] eagle
8. 13 And I beheld, and heard an angel Illying]
14 61 saw another angel [fly] in the midst of
19. 17 all the fowls that [fly) in the midst of h.
8. To fly, expand the wings, Wrouai petnmai.
Rev. 12. 14 that she might fly into the wilderness
FLY away, to -
1. To flu,
r
|i> uph.
Job 20. S He shall fly away as a dream, ai;d si-all
Psa. 55. 6 then) would I fly away, and be at rest
90. 10 for it is soon cut off, and we fly away
FLY 359 FOLLOW
2. To (cause to] fly, yy uph, 1 [v.L. 5].
Prov. 33. 5 they fly away as an eagle toward heaven
3. To show selfflying, yy uph, la.
Hos. 9. 1 1 their glory shall fly away like a bird, from
FLY, to be caused to
To be. caused to fly, IT, yaaph, 6.
Dan. 9. 21 being caused to fly swiftly, touched me
FLY, to make
To cause to break out, rnp parach.
Eze. 13. 20 ye. .hunt the souls to make (them) fly
13. 20 souls that ye hunt to make (them) fly
FLYING
1. Win i (with], ^ kanaph.
Psa, i 48. 10 cattle ; creeping things, and flying fowl
2. To fly, rpy uph.
Prov 26. 2 as the swallow by flying, so the curse
Isa. 31. 5 As birds flying, so will the LORD of hosts
Zech. s- i Then I . .looked, and, behold, a flying roll
5. 2 And I answered, I see a flying roll ; the
3. To fly, 1 V uph, 3a.
Isa. 14. 29 and his fruit, .a fiery flying serpent
30. 6 whence (come) the . . fiery flying serpent
4. Fowl, rpy oph.
Lev. ii. 21 of every flying creeping thing that goeth
ii. 23 all. .flying creeping things, which have
FOAL
I.Son, ]2 ben.
Zech. 9. 9 riding, .upon a colt the foal of an ass
2. Foal, colt of an ass, T5i ayir.
Gen. 32. 15 ten bulls, twenty she asses, and ten foals
49. 1 1 Binding his foal unto the vine, and his
3. Son, vios hiiios.
Matt. 21. 5 upon an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass
FOAM
Chip, foam, P
( i2 qetseph.
Hos. 10. 7 her king is cut off as the foam upon the
FOAM, to
To foam, froth, typify aphrizo.
Mark 9. 18 he foameth, and gnasheth with his teeth
9. 20 fell on the ground, and wallowed foaming
FOAM out, to
To foam upon, or about, ira<f>pt<a epaphrizo.
Jude 13 waves . . foaming out their own shame
FOAMETH again, that he
With foam, /uera a<j>pov
meta aphrou.
Luke 9. 39 it teareth him that he foameth again
FODDER
Provender, V?? belil.
Job 6. 5 grass ? or loweth the ox over his fodder ?
FOE
1.Enemy, 3..N oyebh.
Psa. 27. 2 mine enemies and my foes, came upon
30. i hast not made my foes to rejoice over me
2. Adversary, straitener, distresser, "iy, ff tsar.
i Ch.2i. 12 months to be destroyed before thy foes
Psa. 89. 23 I will beat down his foes before his face
3. To hate, xty sane.
Esth. 9. 1 6 But the other Jews, .slew of their foes
4. Enemy, lxfy>
s echthros.
Mattio. 36 a man s foes, .they of his own household
Acts 2. 35 Until I make thy foes thy footstool
FOLD
I. Ifedged or fenced place, Tyi| gederah.
Num32. 16 We will build sheep folds here for our cat.
32. 24 Build you. .folds for your sheep ; and do
32. 36 And. .fenced cities : and folds for sheep
Zeph. 2. 6 the sea coast shall be. .folds for flocks
2.Pasture land, fold, i^M dober.
Mic. 2. 12 as the flock in the midst of their fold
3. Restrained place, fold, "Piip miklah.
Psa. 50. 9 I will take no . . he goats out of thy folds
78. 70 David . . and took him from the sheep fol.
Hab. 3. 17 the flock shall be cut off fronVthe fold
4. Home, comely place, rnj naveh.
Isa. 65. 10 And Sharon"shall be a fold of flocks
Jer. 23. 3 and will bring them again to their folds
Eae. 34. 14 upon, .high mountains, .shall their fold
34. 14 there shall they lie in a good fold, and
b.Court, yard, av\ri aule.
Johnio. 16 sheep I have, which are not of this fold
6. A flock, iroi/j.vrt poimne.
Johnio. 16 there shall be one fold, .one shepherd
FOLD, to
To clasp, p-n chabaq.
Eccl. 4. 5 The fool foldeth his hands together, and
FOLD, to make a
To cause to crouch, p;rj rabats, 5.
Isa. 13. 20 shall the shepherds make their fold there
FOLD up, to
To roll or fold up, eAiWco helissfi.
Heb. i. 12 And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up
FOLDEN together
To wrap together, :|3p sabak.
Nah. i. 10 For while, .folden together (as) thorns
FOLDING -
1. Folding, S ^3 galil.
i Ki. 6. 34, 34 the two leaves of the. .door, .folding
I.Clasping, pan chibbuq.
Prov. 6. 10 a little folding of the hands to sleep
24. 33 a little folding of the hands to sleep
FOLK
1. Nation, people, ON? lemn.
Jer. 51. 58 folk in the fire, and they shall be weary
2.People, cy, oy am.
Gen. 33. 15 leave, .of the folk that (are) with me
Prov 30. 26 The conies, .a feeble folk, yet make they
FOLLOW
Foot (at the foot of), SJT regel.
Exodn. 8 Get thee out, and all. .that follow thee
Judg. 8. 5 bread unto the people that follow me
i Sa. 25. 27 unto the young men that follow my lord
1 Ki. 20. 10 handfuls for all the people that follow
2 Ki. 3. 9 and for the cattle that followed them
FOLLOW, to
1.After, inx achar, I.QN achare.
Xumi4. 24 because he. .hath followed me fully, him
32. 1 1 because they have not wholly followed
32. 12 for they have wholly followed the LORD
Deut. i. 36 because he hath wholly followed the Lo.
12. 30 thou be not snared by following them
Josh. 14. 8 but I wholly followed the LORD my God
14. 9 because thou hast wholly followed the
14. 14 wholly followed the LORD God of Israel
Judg. 9. 3 their hearts inclined to follow Abim.
1 Sa. 13. 7 all the people followed him trembling
2 Sa. [2. 19 in going he turned not. .from following]
17. 9 slaughter among the people that follow
1 Ki[i2. 20 none that followed the housepf David]
16. 22 the people that followed Omri prevailed
16. 22 against the people that followed Tibni
20. 19 came, .and the army which followed
Neh. 4. 23 nor the men of the guard which followed
Psa. 45. 14 the virgins her companions that follow
Jer. 17. 16 I have not hastened, .to follow thee
Eze. 16. 34 none followeth thee to commit whoredoms
Amos 7. 15 the LORD took me as I followed the flock
2.70 pursue, f\~n radaph.
Gen. 44. 4 Up, follow after the men ; and when thou
Exodi4. 4 that he shall follow after them ; and I
Deut 16. 20 That which is. .just shalt thou follow
Judg. 3. 28 And he said unto them, Follow after me
2 Ki. 5. 21 So Gehazi followed after Naaman. And
9. 27 Jehu followed after him, and said, Smite
Psa. 23. 6 goodness and mercy shall follow me all
38. 20 because I follow (the thing that) good (is)
Isa. 5. ii early, .(that) they may follow strong dri.
3. To pursue, i\~r> radaph, 3.
Prov.i 2. ii he that followeth vain (persons is) void
4.To follow, a.KO\ovde(i> akoloutheo.
Matt. 4. 20 they straightway left, .and followed him
4. 22 And they, .left the ship, .and followed
4. 25 And there followed him great multitudes
8. i was come, .great multitudes followed
8. 10 and said to them that followed, Verily I
8. 19 Master, I will follow thee whithersoever
8. 22 But Jesus said unto him, Follow me
8. 23 into a ship, his disciples followed him
9. 9 Follow me. And he arose, and followed
9. 19 And Jesus arose, and followed him, and
9. 27 two blind men followed him, crying, and
io. 38 that taketh not his cross, and followeth
12. 15 great multitudes followed him, and he
14. 13 they followed him on foot out of the cities
16. 24 let him., take up his cross, and follow me
19. 2 great multitudes followed him ; and he
19. 21 Jesus said unto him. .come, .follow me
19. 27 we have forsaken all, and followed thee
19. 28 I say. .That ye which have followed me
20. 29 from Jericho, a great multitude followed
20. 34 received sight, and they followed him
21. 9 the multitudes, .that followed, cried
26. 58 Peter followed him afar off unto the high
27. 55 women, .which followed Jesus from Gal.
Mark 1. 18 they forsook their nets, and followed
2. 14 Follow me. And he arose and followed
2. 15 there were many, and they followed him
3. 7 a great multitude from Galilee [followed]
5. 24 and much people followed him, and
6. i he went out . . and his disciples follow him
8. 34 let him. .take up his cross, and follow me
9. 38 [in thy name, and he followeth not us]
9. 38 [forbad him, because he followeth not us]
io. 21 come, take up the cross, and follow me
io. 28 we have left all, and have followed thee
io. 32 and as they followed, they were afraid
10. 52 he received his sight, and followed Jesus
11. 9 they that followed, cried, saying, Hosan.
14. 13 there shall meet you a man. .follow him
14. 51 there [followed] him a certain young man
14. 54 Peter followed him afar off, even into
15. 41 Who also, .followed him and ministered
Luke 5. ii land, they forsook all, and followed him
5. 27 and he said unto him, Follow me
5. 28 he left all, rose up, and followed him
7. 9 said unto the people that followed him
9. ii the people, .followed him : and he
Luke 9. 23 take up his cross daily, and follow me
9. 49 because he followeth not with us
9. 57 LORD, I will follow thee whithersoever
9. 59 And he said unto another, Follow me
9. 61 LORD, I will follow thee ; but let me first
18. 22 sell all. .thou hast, .and come, follow me
1 8. 28 Lo, we have left all, and followed thee
1 8. 43 he received his sight, and followed him
22. io follow him into the house where he
22. 39 and his disciples also followed him
22. 54 house. And Peter followed afar off
23. 27 there followed him a great company of
John i. 37 heard him speak, and they followed Jes.
i. 38 Jesus turned, and saw them following
i. 40 One of the two which, .followed him
1. 43 flndeth Philip, and saith unto him, Foil.
6. 2 a great multitude followed him, because
8. 12 he that followeth me shall not walk in
io. 4 he goeth before . .and the sheep follow
io. 5 a stranger will they not follow, but will
10. 27 and I know them, and they follow me
11. 31 The Jews then, .followed her, saying, She
12. 26 If any man serve me, let him follow me
13. 36 Whither I go, thou canst not follow me
13. 36 but thou shalt follow me afterwards
13. 37 Lord, why cannot I follow thee now ? I
18. 15 And Simon Peter followed Jesus, and (so
20. 6 Then cometh Simon Peter following him
21. 19 had spoken this, he saith unto him, Foil.
21. 20 the disciple whom Jesus loved following
21. 22 what (is that) to thee? Follow thou me
Acts 12. 8 Cast thy garment about thee, and follow
12. 9 he went out, and followed him ; and
13. 43 many of the Jews, .followed Paul and B.
21. 36 the multitude of the people followed
i Co io. 4 of that spiritual Rock, .followed them
Rev. 6. 8 Death, and Hell followed with him
14. 4 These are they which follow the Lamb
14. 8 And there followed another angel, saying
14. 9 the third angel followed them, saying
14. 13 labours; and their works do follow them
19. 14 the armies., in heaven followed him upon
5. To become, begin to be, yivo^.ai ginomai.
Rev. 8. 7 there followed hail and fire mingled with
6. To pursue, SK&KCO dioko.
Luke 1 7. 23 See here, .go not after (them),inor follow
1 Th. 5. 15 but ever follow that which is good, both
2 Ti. 2. 22 follow righteousness, faith, charity
Heb. 12. 14 Follow peace with all (men), and holiness
7. Come behind, Sevre oiriffia deute opiso.
Matt. 4. 19 Follow me, and I will make you fishers
8. To be after, et/u.1 juera eimi meta.
Matt. 27. 62 that followed the day of the preparation
9. To follow out, ia,Ko\ov6f<a exakoloutheo.
2 Pe. i. 16 we have not followed cunningly devised
2. 2 many shall follow their pernicious ways
2. 15 following the way of Balaam, .of Bozor
IQ.Tofollmv upon 4ira,KO\ov0tia epakoloutheij.
\Iarki6. 20 [confirming the words with signs follow.]
i Ti. 5. io if she have diligently followed every good
1 Pe. 2. 21 example, that ye should follow his steps
\\.Tofollow down or thoroughly, Ka.Ta.Ko\ov6t<a.
Acts 16. 17 The same followed Paul and us, and
12. To mimic, imitate, fUfji^Ofjuu mimeomai.
2 Th. 3. 7 yourselves know how ye ought to follow
3. 9 make, .an ensample unto you to follow
Heb. 1 3. 7 whose faith follow, considering the end
3 Jo. ii follow not that which is evil, but that
1 3. To follow alongside of, Trapa.Ko\ov6f<a parakol.
Marki6. 17 [signs shall follow them that believe]
1 4. To follow along with, ffvvaKoXovOeca sunakolo.
Mark 5. 37 he suffered no man [to follow] him, save
Luke23. 49 the women that followed him from Gali.
15. To go in after, ~inN Ni2 bo achar.
Exodi4. 17 they shall follow them : and I will get
2 Ki.n. 15 him that followeth her kill with the
2 Ch.23. 14 whoso followeth her, let him be slain
16. To be after, inx n;n hayah achar.
Exod23. 2 Thou shaft not follow a multitude to
1 Sa.i2. 14 continue following the LORD your God
2 Sa. 2. io But the house of Judah followed David
i Ki.i6. 21 half of the people followed Tibni ; 12. 20.
17.ro go on after, --N TjSi halak achar.
Gen. 32. 19 so commanded he. .all that followed the
Deut. 4. 3 for all the men that followed Baal-peor
Josh. 6. 8 the ark of the covenant of the JX>RD foil
1 Sa. 17. 13, 14 and the three eldest, .followed Saul
2 Sa. 3. 31 And king David (himself) followed the
i Ki.i4. 8 and who followed me with all his heart
IS.Togo on habitually after, ^n halak achar, 7.
i Sa. 25. 27 unto the young men that follow my lord
19. To go on after, inx q?J yalak achar.
Gen. 24. 5, 8 the woman will not be willing to follow
24. 39 Peradventure the woman will not follow
24. 61 And Rebekah arose, .and followed the
Numi6. 25 and the elders of Israel followed him
Judg. 2. 12 And they forsook, .and followed other g.
9. 4 vain and light persons, which followed
9. 49 all the people, .followed Abimelech
Ruth 3. 10 inasmuch as thou followedst not young
i Sa. 30. 21 faint that they could not follow David
i Ki. 18. 18 forsaken, .and thou hast followed Baalim
18. 21 God, follow him : but if Baal . .follow him
19. 20 Kiss., my mother, and. .1 will follow thee
F O L L, OW 360 FOO L
a Ki. 4. 30 leave thee. And he arose, and followed
6. 19 neither (is) this the city : follow me, and
13. 2 he. .followed the sins of Jeroboam tin-
17. T 5 they followed vanity, and became vain
Eze. 10. n whither the head looked they followed it
13. 3 that follow their own spirit, and have
20. To go out, **; yatsa.
2 Sa. ii. 8 there followed him a mess. . .from the ki.
FOLLOW after, to
1.7V) pursue, JTJ radnph.
Psa. 1 19. 150 They draw nigh that follow after misch.
Prov 21. 21 He that followeth after righteousness and
Isa. i. 23 every;one loveth gifts and followeth after
. 51. i ye that follow after righteousness, ye
Ilos. 12. i Kphraim.. followeth after the east wind
2. To pursue, ]TJ radaph, 3.
Prov 15. 9 he loveth him that followeth after righ.
28. 19 he that followeth after vain (persons)
Hos. 2. 7 she shall follow after her lovers, but she
3. To pursue, oiwKca diokft.
Kom. 9. 30 which followed not after righteousness
9.31 Israel, which followed after. .righteousu.
14. ig Let us therefore follow after the things
i 00.14. i Follow after charity, and desire spiritual
Phil. 3. 12 I follow after, if that I may apprehend
i Ti. 6. ii But thou. .follow after righteousness
4. To follow upon, fira.Ko\ov6fci> epuholovtheo.
i Ti. 5. 24 and some (men) they follow after
5.7 order, /ca0c|?}s kathexes,
Acts 3. 24 from Samuel and those that follow after
6. To pursue thoroughly, /coraSici/cw katadiuko.
Mark i. 36 they that were with him followed after
7. To follow thoroughly, Ka.Ta.Ko\ov9tw kafakolouth.
Luke23. 55 And the women also, .followed after, and
FOLLOW, that should
After these (things), fj.tra. ravra meta tauta.
i Pe. i. ii and the glory that should follow
FOLLOW, what would
What is about to be, rb iffontvov to esoinen^m.
Luke22. 49 When they. . saw what would follow, they
FOLLOW close or hard, to
To cleave, adhere to, pa^ dabeq.
Psa. 63. 8 My soul followeth hard after thee : thy
Jer. 42. 16 the famine, .shall follow close after you
FOLLOW hard f after or upon), to
To (cause to) cleave or adhere to, PS? dabeq, 5.
1 Sa. 14. 22 they also followed hard after them in
31. 2 the Philistines followed hard upon Saul
2 Sa. i. 6 and horsemen followed hard after him
1 Ch.io. 2 the Philistines followed hard after Saul
FOLLOW on, to
To pursue, i\~r> radaph.
Hos. 6. 3(iO we follow on to know the LORD
FOLLOWED, to be
To be, done, n-?y asah, 2.
2 Sa. i;. 23 saw that his counsel was not followed
FOLLOWER
Imitator, yui^rjT^v mimetes.
i Co. 4. 16 I beseech you, be ye followers of me
ii. i Be ye followers of me, even as I also (am)
Eph. 5. i Be ye therefore followers of God, as dear
i Th. i. 6 ye became followers of us, and of the L.
2. 14 became followers of the churches of God
Heb. 6. 12 That ye be not slothful, but followers of
i Pe. 3. 13 if ye be [followers] of that which is good?
FOLLOWER together
Joint imitator, ffu/xju/ii)Ti7 summimetes.
Phil. 3. 17 be followers together of me, and mark
FOLLOWING (after)
1. After, cfteiicard, TTtK achar.
Deut. 7. 4 they will turn away, .from following me
Josh. 22. 16, 18 turn away, .from following the LORD
22. 23 an altar to turn from following the LORD
22. 29 tuni this day from following the LORD
Ruth i. 16 to return from following after thee
i Sa. 12. 20 turn not aside from following the LOKD
14. 46 Saul went up from following the Philis.
15. 1 1 for he is turned back from following me
24. i Saul was returned from following the P.
a Sa. 2. 21 Asahel would not turn aside from follow.
2. 22 said. .Turn thee aside from following
2. 26 return from following their brethren?
2. 27 every one from following his brother
2. 30 Joab returned from following Abner : and
7. 8 I took thee. .from following the sheep, to
1 Ki. i. 7 and they following Adonijah helped (him)
9. 6 if ye shall at all turnlfrom following me
2 Ki 17. 21 (I rave Israel from following the LORD
18. 6 departed not from following him, but
i Ch.i7. 7 I took thee. .from following the sheep
a Ch.25. 27 did turn away from following the LORD
34. 33 departed not from following the LORIJ
Psa. 78. 71 From following the ewes, .he brought him
2. Another, tntf acher.
Psa. 109. 13 in the generation following let their name
3. Behind, pinx acharon.
Psa. 48. 13 ye may tell (it) to the generation follow.
4. the. coming (night], -rfi Itrioixrri if epiouse.
Acts 23. 1 1 the night following, the Lord stood by
5. To go on after, "m ijS; yalak achar.
Judg. 2. 1 9 in following other gods to serve them
i Ki. 21. 26 did very abominably in following idols
Q.Aftenrxirds, j^ inK achare ken.
Gen. 41. 31 by reason of that famine following ; for
FOLLOWING, the day
1. Upon the ni irrov, rrj liravpiov t? epaurion.
John i. 43 The day following Jesus would go forth
f. 22 The day following, when the people which
2. The coming (day], rrj iitiovcrri te fpiouse.
Acts 21. 18 the (day) following Paul went in with us
3. The succeeding (day), Trj e|7Jy te hexes.
ActS2i. i we came, .the (day) following unto Rhod.
1. The adjoining (day), rfj exo/utVr/^e echomene.
Luke 1 3. 33 I must walk to day . .and the (day) folio.
FOLLY
I. Folly, n^. iweleth.
Prov. 5/23 in the greatness of his folly he shall go
13. 16 but a fool layeth open (his) folly
14. 8 his way : but the folly of fools (is) deceit
14. 1 8 The simple inherit folly : but the prudent
14. 24 (but) the foolishness of fools (is) folly
14. 29 (he that is) hasty of spirit exalteth folly
15. 21 Folly (is) joy to (him that is) destitute of
16. 22 but the instruction of fools (is) folly
17. 12 a man, rather than a fool in his folly
1 8. 13 before he heareth (it), it (is) folly and
26. 4 Answer not a fool according to his folly
26. 5 Answer a fool according to his folly, lest]
26. ii As a dog. .(so) a fool returneth to his folly
I.Self confidence, folly, Voa kesel.
Psa. 49" 13 This their way (is) their folly : yet their
Eccl. 7. 25 and to know the wickedness of folly
3. Keif confidence, folly, nSp? kislah.
Psa. 85. 8 but let them not turn again to folly, even
1. Emptiness, folly, n^yj nebalah.
Gen. 34. 7 because he had wrought folly in Israel
Deut22. 21 because she hath wrought folly in Israel
Josh. 7. 15 because he hath wrought folly in Israel
Judgig. 23 do not (so) wickedly, .do not this folly
20. 6 for they have committed . . folly in Israel
20. 10 folly that they have wrought in Israel
1 Sa. 25. 25 Nabal (is) his name, and folly (is) with
2 Sa. 13. 12 Nay, my brother, .do not thou this folly
Job 42. 8 lest I deal with you (after your) folly, in
Isa. 9. 17 and every mouth speaketh folly. For all
5. Thickheadedness, ^>?p sekel.
Eccl. 10. 6 Folly is set in great dignity, and the rich
6. Thickheadedness, n^rp sikluth.
Eccl. 2. 3 to lay hold on folly, till I might see what
2. 12 And I turned myse|f to behold, .folly: for
2. 13 Then I saw that wisdom excelleth folly
10. i (so doth) a little folly him that is in rep.
7. Thickheadedness, n^?? sikluth.
Eccl. i. 17 And I gave my heart to know, .folly : I
8. Folly, (light ?) n^njji toholah.
Job 4. 18 and his angels he charged with folly
9. Insipidity, folly, n^n tiphlah.
Job 24. 12 crieth out : yet God layeth not folly (to
Jer. 23. 13 And I have seen folly in the prophets of
10. Senselessness, avoid, anoia.
2 Ti. 3. 9 for their folly shall be manifest unto all
II.Heedlessness, foolishness, o.<ppo<fvvr\ aphrosune.
2 Co. 1 1. i couid bear with me a little in (my) folly
FOOD
1.7*0 eat, *?;K akal.
Gen. 47. 24 four parts shall be your own. .food for
2. Eating, food, *?3K okel.
Gen. 41. 35 And let them gather all the food of those
41. 35 and let them keep food in the cities
41. 36 that food shall be for store to the land
41. 48 he gathered up all the food of the seven
41. 48 laid up the food in the cities : the foot!
42. 7 From the laud of Canaan to buy food
42. 10 but to buy food are thy servants come
43. 2 father said. .Go again, buy us a little fo.
43. 4 we will go down and buy thee food
43. 20 O sir, we came indeed down, .to buy food
43. ?2 other money have we brought, .to buy f.
44. i saying, Fill the men s sacks (with) food
44. 25 said, Go again, (and) buy us a little food
47. 24 seed of the field, and for your food
Prov 13. 23 Much food (is in) the tillage of the poor
3. Eating food, rhs* oklah.
Gen. 6. 21 shall be for food for thee, and for them
4. Increase, food, Via bi/L
Job 40. 20 the mountains bring him forth food
5. Bread, food, cn^> lechem.
Lev. 3. ii, 16 the food of the offering made by lire
22. 7 of the holy things; because it (is) his food
Deut jo. 18 loveth. .in giving him food and raiment
i Sa. 14. 24, 28 Cursed, .the man that eateth any) f.
14. 24 So none of the people tasted (any) food
r Sa. q. 10 thy master s son may have food to eat
i Ki. 5. 9 accomplish my desire, in giving food for
Job 24. 5 wilderness (yieldeth) food for them (and^
Psa. 78. 25 Man did eat angels food : he sent them
104. 14 may bring forth food out of the earth
136. 25 Who giveth food to all flesh : for burner.
146. 7 which giveth food to the hungry. The
147. 9 He giveth to the beast his food, (and) to
Prov. 27. 27 (thou slial t have) goats milk, .for thy f.
27. 27 for the food of thy household, and (for)
28. 3 a sweeping rain which leaveth no food
30. 8 feed me with food convenient for me
31. 14 ships ; she bringeth her food from afar
Eze. 48. 18 for food unto them that serve the city
6.Eating, food, Sr|ji2 maukal.
Gen. 2. 9 to grow every tree that is. .good for food
3. 6 saw that the tree (was) good for food, and*
6. 21 take thou unto thee of all food that is e.
Lev. 19. 23 planted all manner of trees for food
Prov. 6. 8 (and) gathereth her food in the harvest
7. Eating, food, nt S? makkoleth.
1 Ki. 5. 1 1 of wlieat (for) food to his household, and
^.Hunting, venison, T* tsayid.
Job 38. 41 Who provideth for the raven his food?
9. Food, Jlesh, nxy sheer.
Exod2i. 10 her food . . and her duty of marriage, shall
10.Eating, the act of eating, 0<xxm bri>sis.
2 Co. 9. 10 both minister bread for (your) food, and
\\.TJiorough nourishment, 5iaTpo<ij diatrophe.
i Ti. 6. 8 having food., let us be therewith content
12. Nourishment, Tpo<pri trophe.
Acts 14. 17 filling our hearts with food and gladness
Jas. 2. 15 If a brother, .be. .destitute of daily food
FOOL
I. Fool, S ljt evil.
Psaio7. 17 Fools, because of their transgression and
Prov. i. 7 (but) fools despise wisdom and instruc.
7. 22 as a fool to the correction of the stocks
10. 8, 10 but a prating fool shall fall
10. 2: feed many : but fools die for want of wis.
11. 29 the fool (shall be) servant to the wise of
12. 15 The way of a fool (is) right in his own eyes
12. 16 A fool s wrath is presently known : but a
14. 9 Fools make a mock at sin : but among
15. 5 A fool despiseth his father s instruction
16. 22 but the instruction of fools (is) folly
17. 28 Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace
20. 3 strife : but every fool will be meddling
24. 7 Wisdom (is) too high for a fool : he open.
27. 3 a fool s wrath (is) heavier than them both
27. 22 Though thou snouldest bray a fool in a
Isa. 19. 1 1 Surely the princes of Zoan (are) fools, the
35. 8 wayfaring men, though fools, shall not err
Hos. 9. 7 the prophet (is) a fool, the spiritual man
2. Boaster, ^n halal.
Psa. 75. 4 I said unto the fools, Deal not foolishly
3. Self confident, ST? kesil.
Psa. 49. 10 the fooland the brutish person perish
92. 6 neither doth a fool understand this
94. 8 and (ye) fools, when will ye be wise ?
Prov. i. 22- scorning, and fools hate knowledge?
i. 32 the prosperity of fools shall destroy them
3. 35 but shame shall be the promotion of fools
8. 5 ye fools, be ye of an understanding heart
10. 18 and he that uttereth a slander, (is) a fool
10. 23 (It is) as sport to a fool to do mischief
12. 23 the heart of fools proclaimeth foolishness
13. 16 dealeth with knowledge : but a fool lay.
13. 19 abomination to fools to depart from evil
13. 20 a companion of fools shall be destroyed
14. 8 his way : but the folly of fools (is) deceit
34. 16 but the fool rageth, and is confident)
14. 24 (but) the foolishness of fools (is) folly
14. 33 but (that which is) in the midst of fools
35. 2 mouth of fools poureth out foolishness
15. 14 the mouth of fools fcedethon foolishness
17. 10 more than an hundred stripes into a fool
1 7. 1 2 meet a man, rather than a fool in his folly
17. 16 price in the hand of a fool to get wisdom
17. 21 He that begetteth a fool (doeth it) to his
17. 24 eyes of a fool (are) in the ends of the
78. 2 A fool hath no delight in understanding
18. 6 A fool s lips enter into contention, and
18. 7 A fool s mouth (is) his destruction, and
19. i perverse in his lips, and is a fool
19. 10 Delight is not seemly for a fool ; much
19. 29 and stripes for the back of fools
23. 9 Speak not in the ears of a fool ; for he
26. i so honour is not seemly for a fool
26. 3 for the ass, and a rod for the fool s back
26. 4 Answer not a fool according to his folly
26. 5 Answer a fool according to his folly, lest
26. 6 sendeth a message by the ha:d of a fool
26. 7, 9 so (is) a parable in the month of fools
26. 8 so (is) he that giveth honour to a fool
26. 10 The great (God), .both rewanleth the fool
26. ii As a dog. .(so) a fool returneth to his
26. 12 (there is) more hope of a fool than of him
28. 26 that trnsteth in his own heart is a fool
29. 1 1 A fool uttereth all his mind : but a wise
29. 20 (there is) more hope of a fool than of him
Eccl. 2. 14 the fool walketh in darkness : and I my.
2. 15 As it happeneth to the fool, so it hap.
2. ;<? of the wise more than of the fool forever
2. 16 And how dieth the wise (man) ? as the f.
4. 5 fool foldcth his handstogether. andeateth
5. i to hear than to give the sacrifice of fools
POOL 361 FOOTMAN
Eccl. 5. 3 and a fool s voice (is known) by., words
5. 4 pay it ; for (he hath) no pleasure in fools
6. 8 what hath the wise more than the fool?
7. 4 the heart of fools (is) .n the house of
7. 5 than for a man to hei r the song of fools
7. 6 crackling, .so (is) the laughter of the fo.
7. 9 for anger resteth in the bosom of fools
9. 17 the cry of him that ruleth among fools
10. 2 right hand ; but a fool s heart at his left
10. 12 the lips of a fool will swallow up himself
4. Empty person, fool, *?;n nabal.
2 Sa. 3. 33 and said, Died Abner as a fool dieth ?
13. 13 thoushalt be as one of the fools in Israel
Job 30. 8 (They were) children of fools, yea, child.
Psa. 14. i The fool hath said in his heart, (There is)
53. i The fool hath said in his heart, (There is)
Prov 17. 7 Excellent speech becometh not a fool
17. 21 and the father of a fool hath no joy
30. 22 and a fool when he is filled with meat
Jer. 17. ii leave them, .and at his end shall be a f.
^.Thickheaded, Sap. sakal.
Eccl. 2. 19 whether he shall be a wise (man) or a f. ?
10. 3 when he that is a fool walketh by the
10. 3 he saith to every one (that) he (is) a fool
10. 14 A fool also is full of words : a mail can.
6. Thoughtless, avor^ros anoetos.
Luke 24. 25 O fools, and slow of heart to believe all
7. Unwise, baofyos asojihos.
Eph. 5. 15 See then that ye walk, .not as fools, but
8.Heedless, witless, &<ppuv aphron.
Luke ii. 40 fools, did not he that made that which is
12. 20 fool, this night thy soul shall be required
i Co. 15. 36 (Thou) fool, that which thou sowest is
a Co. ii. 16 I say again, Let no man think me a fool
11. 16 if otherwise, yet as a fool receive me
11. 19 For ye suffer fools gladly, seeing ye. .are
12. 6 I shall not be a fool ; for I will say the
12. ii I am become a fool in glorying ; ye have
9,Fool, (or as in Hebrew, a rebel), iiiap&s mSros.
Matt. 5. 22 whosoever shall say, Thou fool ! shall
23. 17, io (Ye) fools, and blind ! for whether is
1 Co. 3. 18 let him become a fool, that he may be
4. io We (are) fools for Christ s sake, but ye
POOL, to speak as a-
To think amiss or wrongly, irapafypovfia paraphr.
2 Co. ii. 23 I speak as a fool, I (am) more : in labours
FOOL, to become a
To make foolish, fiupaivu moraino.
Kom. i. 22 Professing, .to be wise, they became fools
FOOL, to play the
To act foolishly, 739 sakal, 5.
i Sa. 26. 21 behold, I have played the fool, and have
FOOLISH
I. Fool, foolish, 7 iK evil.
Job 5. 2 wrath killeth the foolish man, and envy
5. 3 I have seen the foolish taking root : but
Prov io. 14 the mouth of the foolish (is) near destru.
14. 3 In the mouth of the foolish (is) a rod of
29. 9 a wise man contendeth with a foolish man
Jer. 4. 22 my people (is) foolish, they have not kn.
2. Foolish, Six evili.
Zech ii. 15 the instruments of a foolish shepherd
Z.Brutish, nv3 boar.
Psa. 73. 22 So foolish (was) I, and ignorant : I was
4. To boast, 7^ri haled.
Psa. 5. 5 The foolish shall not stand in thy sight
73. 3 For I was envious at the foolish, (when)
5. Self confident, "TO? kesil.
Prov io. i but a foolish son (is) the heaviness of his
14. 7 Go from the presence of a foolish mau
15. 7 the heart of the foolish (doeth) not so
15. 20 but a foolish man despiseth his mother
17. 25 A foolish son (is)a grief to his father, and
19. 13 foolish son (is) the calamity of his father
21. 20 but a foolish man spendeth it up
Eccl. 4. 13 an old and foolish king, who will no more
io. 15 The labour of the foolish wearieth every
6,/Self confidence, rU7 p? kesiluth.
Prov. 9. 13 foolish woman (is) clamorous; (she is) si.
7. Empty, foolish, 75} nabal.
Deut32. 6 O foolish people and unwise ? (is) not he
32. 21 provoke them to anger with a foolish na.
Psa. 39. 8 make me not the reproach of the foolish
74. 18 foolish people have blasphemed thy name
74. 22 the foolish man reproacheth thee daily
Eze. 13. 3 Woe unto the foolish prophets, that
^.Thickheaded, 7?p. sakal.
Eccl. 7. 17 neither be thou foolish : why shouldest
Jer. 5. 21 Hear now this, O foolish people, and
9. Simple, n pethi.
Prov. 9. 6 Forsake the foolish, and live ; and go in
10. Thoughtless, avoriros anoetos.
Gal. 3. i O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched
3. 3 Are ye so foolish? having begun in the S.
i Ti. 6. 9 (into) many foolish and hurtful lusts, wh.
Titus 3. 3 For we ourselves also were, .foolish, dis.
11. Unintelligent, affvveros asunetos.
Rom. i. 21 and their foolish heart was darkened
io. 19 (and) by a foolish nation I will anger you
46
\%. Heedless, senseless, tiuppiav ciphron.
Rom. 2. 20 An instructor of the foolish, a teacher of
1 Pe. 2. 15 put to silence the ignorance of foolish
13. Foolish, dull, slow, (i<ap6s
mfiros.
Matt. 7. 26 shall be likened unto a foolish man
25. 2 five, .were wise, and five (were) foolish
25. 3 They that (were) foolish took their lamps
25. 8 the foolish said unto the wise, Give us of
2 Ti. 2. 23 But foolish and unlearned questions av.
Titus 3. 9 avoid foolish questions,and genealogies
FOOLISH, to be
1. To be or become foolish, 7N; yaal, 2.
Jer. 5. 4 Surely these (are) poor ; they are foolish
2. Tn be self confident, foolish, Vp? kasal.
Jer. io. 8 But they are.. brutish* and foolish; the
FOOLISH, to make
l.To make foolish, 7?p sakal, 3.
Isa. 44. 25 and maketh their knowledge foolish
2. To make foolish, /j.a>paiv<a
moraino.
i Co. i. 20 hath not God made foolish the wisdom of
FOOLISH talking or things
\.Insipid, untem2>ered, Sen taphel.
Lam. 2. 14 Thy prophets have seen . . foolish things
2. Foolish discourse, /acapohoyia. morologia.
Eph. 5. 4 Neither filthiness, nor foolish talking
3.Foolish, fjitapds mfiros.
1 Co. i. 27 But God hath chosen the foolish things
FOOLISH woman
Empty, foolish woman .1^3; nebalah.
Job 2. io as one of the foolish women speak eth
FOOLISHLY
1. Folly, n^jK ivveleth.
Prov. 14. 17 (He that is) soon angry dealeth foolishly
2. Folly, n"??n tiphlah.
Job i. 22 Job sinned not, nor charged God foolishly
3./ senselessness, tv a,<ppo<rvvT)
en aphrosune.
2 Co. ii. 17 That which I speak. I speak, .foolishly
ii. 21 is bold, I speak foolishly, I am bold also
FOOLISHLY, to deal
To boast, y?n halal.
Psa. 75. 4 I said unto the fools, Deal not foolishly
FOOLISHLY, to do
1. 7*o be or become foolish, Sx; yaal, 1.
Xumi2. ii wherein we have done foolishly, and
1. To be empty, foolish, 7?^ nabel.
Prov 30. 32 If thou hast done foolishly in lifting up
3. To act foolishly, 7?p. sakal, 2.
1 Sa. 13. 13 Samuel said. .Thou hast done foolishly
2 Sa. 24. io take away . . for I have done very foolishly
1 Oh. 21. 8 do away, .for I have done very foolishly
2 Ch. 16. 9 11 ereinthou hast done foolishly : therefore
4.7V> artfotfishly, 739 sakal, o.
Gen. 31. 28 Thou hast now done foolishly in (so) doing
FOOLISHNESS
\. Folly, n^.X ivveleth.
Paa. 38.
*
5 are corrupt because of my foolishness
69. 5 O God, thou knowe.st my foolishness
Prov 12. 23 the heart of fools proclaimeth foolishness
14. 24 (but) the foolishness <>f fools (is) folly
15. 2 mouth of fools poureth out foolishness
15. 14 the mouth of fools feedeth 011 foolishness
19. 3 foolishness of man peryerteth his way
22. 15 Foolishness (is) bound in the heart of a
24. 9 The thought of foolishness (is) sin : and
27. 22 (yet) will not his foolishness depart from
2. Folly, r7?p sikluth.
Eccl. 7. 25 of folly, even of foolishness (and) madness
io. 13 The beginning, .(is) foolishness ; and the
3.Senselessness, aQpoffvvrj aphrosnne.
Mark 7. 22 evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness
4. Folly, ptapta. moria.
i Co. i. 18 preaching of the cross is. .foolishness
i. 21 foolishness of preaching to save them
1. 23 and unto the Greeks foolishness
2. 14 of God : for they are foolishness unto
3. 19 the wisdom of this world is foolishness
; ). That which is foolish, rb ,u.wp6v to moron.
1 Co. i. 25 the foolishness of God is wiser than men
FOOLISHNESS, to turn into
To make foolish, 7?p. sakal, 3.
2 Sa. 15. 31 turn the counsel of A. into foolishness
FOOLS, to become or make
l.To boast, praise, VVn halal, Za.
Job 12. 17 he leadeth. .and maketh the judges fools
2. To be or become foolish, ?x; yoal, 1.
Isa. 19. 13 The princes of Zosm are become fools
FOOT
I.Base, station, }3 ken.
Exotic. 1 8 Thou shalt. .make, .his foot (also of) Y>r.
30. 28 all his vessels, and the laver and his foot
31. 9 his furniture, and the laver and his foot
35. 16 and all his vessels, the laver and his foot
38. 8 he made . .the foot of it (of) brass, of the
39- 39 an<i all his vessels, the laver and his foot
Kxo<l4o. ii thou shalt anoint the laver and his foot
Lev. 8. ii his vessels, both the laver and his foot
2. Step, c.y$ paam.
2 Ki. 19. 24 with the sole of my feet have I dried up
Psa. 58. io wash his feet in the blood of the wicked
74. 3 Lift up thy feet unto the perpetual deso.
Prov 29. 5 flattereth . .spreadeth a net for his feet
Song 7. i How beautiful are thy feet with shoes, O
Isa. 37. 25 with the sole of my feet have I dried up
3. Foot, 7rj rr.rifl.
Gen. 8. 9 found no rest for the sole of her foot, and
41. 44 shall no man lift up his hand or foot
Exod2i. 24 tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot forf.
29. 20 upon the great toe of their right foot, and
Lev. 8. 23 and upon the great toe of his right foot
13. 12 the plague from his head even to his foot
14. 14, 17, 25, 28 upon the great toe of his right f.
Nuni22. 25 crushed Balaam s foot against the wall
Deut. 2. 5 no, not so much as a foot breadth ; beca.
8. 4 neither did thy foot swell, these forty ye.
ii. io wateredst (it) with thy foot, as a garden
19. 21 tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for f.
25. 9 loose his shoe from off his foot, and sptt
28. 35 from the sole of thy foot unto the top of
28. 56 set the sole of her foot upon the ground
28. 65 shall the sole of thy foot have rest : but
29. 5 thy shoe is not waxen old upon thy foot
32. 35 their foot shall slide in (due) time : for
33. 24 brethren, and let him dip his foot in oil
Josh. i. 3 that the sole of your font shall tread upon
5. 15 Loose thy shoe from off thy foot : for the
2 Sa. 2. 18 Asahel (was as) light of foot as a wild roe
14. 25 from the sole of his foot even to the cro.
2 Ch.33. 8 Neither will I any more remove the foot
Job 2. 7 from the sole of his foot unto his crown
28. 4 (even the waters) forgotten of the foot
39. 15 forgetteth that the foot may crush them
Psa. 9. 15 in the net. .is their own foot taken
-_-6. 12 My foot standeth in an even place : in the?
36. ii Let not the foot of pride come against me
38. ID when my foot slippeth, they magnify., ag.
68. 23 That thy foot may be dipped in the blood
91. 12 lest thou dasli thy foot jinainst a stone
94. 18 When I said, My foot slippeth ; thymer.
Prov. i. 15 My son. .refrain thy foot from their path
3. 23 walk in thy way safely, and thy foot
3. 26 and shall keep thy foot from being taken
4. 27 Turn not. .remove thy foot from evil
25. 17 Withdraw thy fc: t from thy neighbour s
25. 19 Confidence, .(is like), .a foot out of joint
Eccl. 5. i Keep thy foot when thou goest to the h.
Isa. i. 6 From the sole of the foot even unto the
20. 2 and put oif thy shoe from thy foot. And
26. 6 The foot shall tread it down, (even) the f.
41. 2 Who. .called him to his foot, gave the
58. 13 If thou turn away thy foot from the sab.
Jer. ;;. 25 Withhold thy foot from being unshod
Eze. 6. ii stamp with thy foot, and say, Alas for all
29. ii Xo foot of man. .nor foot of beast shall
32. 13 neither shall the foot of mautrfluble them
Amos 2. 15 (he that is) swift of foot shall not deliver
l.Foot, irovs poi(s.
Matt. 4. 6 lest, .thou dash thy foot against a stone
1 8. 8 if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut
22. 13 Bind him hand and foot, and take him
Mark 9. 45 if thy foot offend thee, cut it off : it is
Luke 4. n lest, .thou dash thy foot against a stone
Johnii. 44 bound hand and food with grave clothes
i Co.i2. 15 If the foot shall say, Because I am not
Rev. io. 2 and he set his right foot upou the sea, and
[See also Trample, tread under, trodden, trodden under.
FOOT, on
I. Foot, Srj regel.
.Tudg. 5. 15 he was sent ou font into the valley. For
Psa. 66. 6 they went through the Hood ou foot
2. Foot soldier, ^JT ragli.
Exod 12. 37 about six hundred thousand on foot (that
3. On foot, by land, irt^rj pe~e.
Matt 14. 13 they followed him on foot out of the cities
FOOT on, to set one s -
Foot step, foot breadth, jSTJ/xa irotios beia podos.
Acts 7. 5 no, not (so much as) to set his foot on
FOOT, garment down to the
Reaching the foot, TroS-hprjs pofleres,
Rev. i. 13 clothed with a garment down to the foot
FOOT, to tread under
1. To tread down, CT bits.
Isa. 14. 25 upon my mountains tread him under foot
2. To tread down, D?r bus, Ba.
Jer. 12. io have trodden my portion under foot, they
3. To be trodden down, D l bus, 6.
Isa. 14. 19 the pit ; as a carcase trodden under foot
FOOTMAN
1. Footman, ^11 ragli.
Xuinii. 21 people.. six hundred thousand footmen
1 Sa. 4. io for there fell, .thirty thousand footmen
15. 4 two hundred thousand footmen, and ten
2 Sa. io. 6 the Syrians, .twenty thousand footmen
1 Ki.2o. 29 slew, .an hundred thousand footmen in
2 Ki.i3- 7 ten chariots, and ten thousand footmen
Jer. 12. 5 If thou hast run with the footmen, and
FOOTSTEP 362 FOB
2. To run, \"~i
nits.
1 Sa. 22. 17 the king said unto the footmen that stood
3. Footman, man on foot, -\y\ trx ish ragli.
Judg2o. 2 four hundred thousand footmen that drew
2 Sa. 8. 4 horsemen, and twenty thousand footmen
1 Ch. i. 4 iuul twenty thousand footmen ; 19. 18.
FOOTSTEP
I. Heel, trace, footstep, 3PX aqeb.
Psa. 77. 19 waters, and thy footsteps are not known
89. 51 they have reproached the footsteps of
Song i. S go thy way forth by the footsteps of the
2. Mucement, step, foot, anvil, time, now, cyspaam.
Psa. 17. 5 in thy paths, (that) my footsteps slip not
FOOTSTOOL
\.Footstool, place for treading on, B*3| kebesh.
2 Ch. 9. 1 8 six steps, .with a footstool of gold
1.A stool for tlie foot, S:T cng liadom regel.
1 Ch. 28. 2 for the footstool of our God, and had
Psa. 99. 5 our God, and worship at his footstool
no. i until I make thine enemies thy footstool
132. 7 we will worship at his footstool
Isa. 66. i my throne, and the earth (is) my footstool
Lam. 2. i remembered not his footstool in the day
3. Footstool, \olw.t is under the foot, viroiroSiov.
Jas. 2. 3 there, or sit here under my footstool
4. Footstool of the feet, inroirootov rfav iroocav.
Matt. 5. 35 Nor by the earth ; for it is his footstool
22. 44 till I make thine enemies [thy footstool]?
Mark:2. 36 till I make thine enemies thy footstool
Luke 20. 43 Till I make thine enemies thy footstool
Acts 2. 35 Until I make thy foes thy footstool
7. 49 earth (is) my footstool : what house will
Heb i . : -, until I make thine enemies thy footstool ?
10. i ] till his enemies be made his footstool
FOR
l.Tfien, IN az.
2 Ki. 5/3 for he would recover him of his leprosy
2. t nto. *?K ef.
Exod. 8/25 Pharaoh called for Moses and for Aaron
3. Because, for, -,tp.x3 ba-asher.
Eccl. 7. 2 for that (is) the end of all men ; and the
4. The, that, at, with, nx eth.
Lev. 5. 7 then he shall bring for his trespass.. two
L.In (that which). ^03 bemo.
Isa. 25. 10 straw is trodden down for the dunghill
G.For, through, ?<;>, over, by, tn behalf of, 1^3 bead,
Gen. 20. 7 he shall pray for tliee. and thou shalt
Exod 8. 28 shall not go very far away : entreat for
32. 30 I shall make an atonement for your sin
Lev. 16. 6 and make an atonement for himself, and
Jer. 7. 1,6 neither lift up cry nor prayer for them
21. 2 Enquire. I pray thee, of the LORD for us
7. Because of, for the sake, of, "?Ss galal.
Jer ii. 17 for ths evil of the house of Israel, and of
8. Because, for, ^di
Ezra 7. -. 3 for why should there be wrath against
9. Jifcause, for, ? hi.
Gen. 2. 5 for. .God had not caused it to rain upon
29. 32 for she said Surely the LORD hath looked
Exodi3. 17 for God said, Lest peradventure thepeop.
10. To, for, te lemn.
Job 27. 14 be multiplied, (it is) for the sword : and
11. From, |t? mitt.
Dan. 2. 20 Blessed be the name of God for ever and
5. 19 for the majesty that he gave him, all
12. For the sake of, jyijV le-maan.
Gen. 18. 24 for the fifty righteous that (are) therein?
IS.Orer against, n?i nokach.
Gen. 25. 21 And Isaac entreated the LORD for his
14. For tlie purpose of, inj, 3 ba-abur.
Exod. 9. 16 have I raised tliee up, for to show (in)
15.1 nto, till, iy ad.
Gen. 13. 15 to thee will I give it, and to thy seed for
Dau. 6. 7 ask a petition of any god or man for
7. 12 yet their lives were prolonged for a sea.
7. 18 possess the kingdom for ever, even for
16. Tn reference to, for, ^J? al.
Gen. 19. 17 that he said, Escape for thy life ; look not
Ezra 4. 15 for which cause was this city destroyed
6. ii let his house be made a dunghill for this
6. 17 and for a sin ottering for all Israel, twelve
6. 1 8 in their courses, for the service of God
Dan. 6. 23 Then was the king exceeding glad for
17./rt consequence of, 3<y eqeb.
Isa. 5. 23 Which justify the wicked for reward, and
18. In exchange fur, r\hn cheleph.
XuniiS. 21 all the tenth in Israel for an inheritance
18. 31 it (is) your reward for your service in
19.0r-v against, in behalf of, avri anti.
Matt. 5. 38 An eye for nn eye, and a tooth for a tooth
17. 27 take, and give unto them for me and thee
20. 28 and to give his life a ransom for many
Murkio. 45 and to give his life a ransom for many
Luken. ii will he for a fish give him a serpent?
John i- 16 have all we received, and grace for grace
Rom 12 17 Recompense to no man evil for evil
i Co. ii. 15 for (her) hair is given her for a covering
i Th. 5. 15 See that none render evil for evil unto
Heb. 12. 2 who for the joy that was set before him
12. 16 who for one morsel of meat sold his birth.
Jas. 4. 15 For that ye (ought) to say, If the Lord
x Pe. 3. 9 Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for
20. From, on account of, at6 apo.
Matt 13. 44 for joy thereof goeth and selleth all that
14. 26 is a spirit : and they cried out for fear
28. 4 for fear of him the keepers did shake
Luke 19 3 could not for the press, because he was
21. 26 Men s hearts failing them for fear, and
22. 45 he found them sleeping for sorrow
24. 41 while they yet believed not for joy, and
John2 1 6 were not able to draw it for the multitude
Acts 12. 14 she opened not the gate for gladness, but
22. ii when 1 could not see for the glory of
21. During, until, &\pi achri.
Luke 4. 13 lie departed from him for a season
Acts 13. ii be blind, not seeing the sun for a season
22. Verily, therefore, ydp gar.
Matt. i. 20 for that which ia conceived in her is of
1. 21 for he shall save his people from their
2. 2 for we have seen his star in the east, and
2. 5 for thus it is written by the prophet
2. 6 for out of thee shall come a Governor
2. 13 for Herod will seek the young child to
2. 20 for they are dead which sought the young
3. 2,3,9, SI 4-6. 10,17,18 ; 5. 12, 18,20, 29, 30,46; 6.
7, 8, 14, 16, 21, 24, 32. 34 ; 7. 2, 8, 12, 25, 29 ; 9 5, 13, 16, 21,
24; 10. 10, 17, [19], 20, [23], 26, 35; ii. [10], 13, 18,30; 12.
8,33. 34.37. 4. 5I 3- 12,15, 71 4- 3. 4. 241 5- 2, 4. 9?
16. 2, 3, 25, 26, 27 ; 17. 15, 20 ; 18. 7, 10, [ii], 20; 19. 12,
14, 22 ; 20. i, [16] ; 21. 26, 32 ; 22. 14, 16, 28, 30 ; 23. 3, [4],
8, 9, [10], 13, 17, 29, 39 ; 24. 5, 6, 7, 21, 24, 27, [28], 38 ; 25.
14, 29, 35, 42 ; 26.9, 10, ii, 12, 28, 31, 43.52; 27- 8. 19, 43.;
28 2, 5, 6.
Mark i. 16, 22, 38; 2. 15 ; 3. 10, 21, [35] ; 4. 22, 25, [?8] ; 5.
8, 28, 42 ; 6. 14, 17, 18, 20, 31, [36], 48, 50, 52, [52] ; 7. 3,
[8], 10, 21, [25], 27; 8. [3], 35, 36; 9. 6, 6, 31, 34, 39.
40, 41, 49 ; 10. 14, 22, [27] ; ii. 13, 18, [23]. 32 ; 12. 12, 14,
23. 25. [36], 44 I 13 [6], [7], 8, [9], ii, 19, 22, 33, 35 ; 14. 5, 7,
40, 56 ; 15. 10 ; 16. 4, 8.
Luke i. 15, 18, 30, 44, 48, 76 ; 2. 10 ; 3 8:4. [8], 10 ; 5. 9,
39 ; 6. 23, 23, 26, 38, 43, 44, 44, 45, [48] ; 7. 5, 6, [28], 33 ; 8. 1 7,
IB, 29, 29, 40, 46 ; 9. 14, 24, 25, 26, 44, 48, 50, [56] ; 10. 7, 24 ;
11. 10, 30 ; 12. 12, 30, 34, 52, 58 ; 14. 14, 24, 28 ; 16. 2, 13,
28 ; 17. 21, 24 ; 18. 16, 23, 25, 32 ; 19. 5, 10, 21, [26], 48 ; 20.
6, 19, 33, 36, 38 ; 21. 4, 8, 9, 15, 23, 26, 35 ; 22. 2, 16, 18, 27,
37, 71 ; 23. 8. 12, 15, 34, 41
John 2. 25 ; 3. 2, 16, 17, 20, 24, 34, 34 ; 4. 8, 9, 18, 42, 44,
45, 47 I S- UL 3. 9, 20, 21, 22. 26, 36, 46, 46 ; 6. 6, 27,
33. 55, 64, 71 ; 7. i, 4, 5, 39; 8. 24, 42; 9. 22; it. 39;
12. 8, 43, 47; 13. ii, 13, 15, 29; 14 30; 16. 7, 13, 27; 18
13; 19. 6,31, 36; 20. 9, 17; 21. 7, 8. Acts i. 20; 2. 15,
25, 34, 39 1 3 [22] ; 4- 3>
I2, 16, 20, 22, 27, 34 ; 5. 26, 36 ;
6. 14; 7. 33, 40; 8. 7, 16, 21, 23; 9. n, 16; 10. 46; 13.
8, 27, 36, 47; 15. 21, 28; 16. 3, 28; 17. 20, 23, 28, 28; 18.
[3], [15], 18, 28; 19 24, 32, 37; 20. 10, 13, 16, 16, 27, [29];
21. 3, 13, 22, 29, 36; 22. 22, 26; 23. 5, 8, II, 17, 21 ; 24.
5; 25. [ii], 27; 26. 16, 26, 26, 26; 27. 22 23, 25, 34, 34;
28. 2, 22, 27.
Rom. i. 9, n, 16, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26; 2. i, r, ii, 12,
13, 14, 24, 25. 28 ; 3. 3, 7, 9. 20, 22, 23 ; 4. a, 3, g, 13,
14, [15] , 5- <5> 7, io> 3. 5- 6. 17, 19; 6. 5, 7, 10, 14, 14,
19, 20, 21, 23; 7. t, 2, 5, 7, 8, ii, [14], 15, 15, 18, 18, 19,
22 ; 8. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 24, 24, 26,
38; 9. 3, 6, 9. ii, 15, 17, 19, 28, [32] ; 10. 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, ii,
12, 12, 13, 16; ii. i, [13], 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 32. 34;
12. 3, 4, 19, 20; 13. i, 3, 4, 4, 4, 6, 6, 8 9, 11 ; 14. 3, 4, 6,
7. 8, 9, 10, n, 17, 18 ; 15. 3, 4, 18, [24], 26, 27 ; 16. 18, 19.
i Co. i. n, 17, 18, 19, 21, 26; 2 2, 8, 10, ii, 14, 16; 3.
2 . 3. 3. 3> 4> 9> "i 3> 7, 9, >9, 21 ; 4- 4, 7, 9- 5, I5> 20;
5. 3, 12 ; 6. 16, 20; 7. [7], 9 14, 16, 22, 31 ; 8. [8], 10:9 2,
9, 15, 16, 16, 17, 19 ; 10. 4, 5, 17, 26, [28], 29 ; n. 5, 6. 7, 8,
12, 18, 19, 21, 23, 26, 29, [31] ; 12. 8, 12 ; 13 [9], [12] ; 14.
2. 2, [5], 9, [14], 17, 31 33, 34. 35; 15- 3. 9, 16, 21. 22. 25,
27, 32, 34, 4 52, 53! >6. 5, 7, 9>
lo>
" 8- Co. i.
8. 12, 13, 19, 20, 24; 2. 2, 4, 9, n, 17 ; 3. 6, 9, ii, 14; 4.
5, n, 15, 17. 18 ; 5. i, 2, 7, 10, [12], 13, 14. [21] ; 6. 2, 14,
16; 7. 3, [8], 9, 10, ii ; 8. 9, 10, 12, 13 59. i, 2. 7; 10. 3,
4, 8, 12,14,14 18; ii. 2, 2, 4, [5], 9, 13, 14, 19. 20; 12.
6, 6, p,
10. n, n, 13, 14, 14, 20; 13. 4. 8, 9.
Gal. i. 10, [10], 12, 13 ; 2. 6, 8, 12, 18, 19, 21 ; 3. 10, 10,
[13], 18, 21, 26, 27, 28 ; 4. 15. 22, 24, 25, 27, 30; 5. 5, 6.
13, 14, 17 ; 6. 3, 5, 7, 9. 13, 15, 17- Ep- 2. 8, 10. 14; 5.
5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 29 ; 6. i. Phil. i. 8, 19, 21, [23] ; 2 13,
20, 21, 27 ; 3. 3, 18. 20; 4. n. Col. 2. i, 5 ; 3. 3, 20, [24] ;
4. 13. i Th. i. 8, 9; 2. i, 3, 5, 9, [9], 14, 19, 20; 3. 3, 4,
914-2, 3, 7, Q, 14, 15 I 5 2, [3], 7, 18. 2 Th. 2. 7 ; 3. 2,
7, 10, n. i Ti. 2. [3], 5, 13; 3. 13; 4- 5- 8. 10, 16; 5. 4,
i n, 15, 18; 6. 7, 10. 2 Ti. i. 7, 12 ; 2. n, 16; 3. 2, 6, 9 ;
4. 3, 6, 10. ii. 15. Titus i. 7, 10; 2. ii ; 3 9, 12. Phm
7, 5. 22.
Heb. i 5 ; 2. 2, 5, 8, 10, n, 16, 18 ; 3. 3, 4, 14, 16 ; 4. 3, 4,
8, 10, 12, 15 ; 5. i, 13, 13 ; 6. 4, 7, 10, 13, 16 ; 7. i, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 21, 26, 27, 28 ; 8. 3, [4], 5, 7. 8 ; 9. 2, 13, 16,
17,19,24; 10.1,4,14,15,23,26,30,36,37; 11.2,5,6,10,
14, 16, 26, 27, 32 ; 12. 3, 6. 7, 10, 17, 17, 18, 20, 25 ; 13. 2, 5,
9, ii, 14, 16, 17, 17, 18.
Jas. i. 6, 7, n, 13, 20, 24 ; 2. 2, 10, ii, 13, 26 ; 3. 2, 7, 16;
4. 14. i Pe. 2. to, 20, 21, 25 ; 3. 5, 10, 17 ; 4. 3, 6. 2 Pe. i.
8, 10, ii, 16, 17, 21 ; 2. 4, 8,18, 19, 20, 21 ; 3. 4, 5. i Jo. 2. 19 ;
4.20; 5.3. 2 Jo. ii. 3 Jo. 3. Jude 4. Rev. i. 3; 3.
2 ; 9. 19, 19 ; 13. 18 ; 14. 4, [5] ; 16. [6], 14 ; 17. 17 ; 9- 8,
10 ; 21. i, 22, 23, 25 ; 22. [9], [18].
23. Through, by means of, Sid (gen.) dia.
Rom 15. 30 Now I beseech you brethren, for the L.
24. Because of this, Siort dioti.
Luke i. 13 Fear not, Zacharias : for thy prayer is
21. 28 lift up your heads; for your redemption
Acts 10. 20 doubting nothing : for I have sent them
18. 10 For I am with thee. .for I have much
22. 18 for they will not receive thy testimony
Gal. 2. 16 for by the works of the law shall no flesh
i Pe. i. 24 For all flesh (is) as grass, and all the glory
25. But, now, moreover, 8 de.
Marki6. 8 for they trembled and were amazed
Luke23. 17 For of necessity he must release one unto
26. With a view to, tit eis.
Matt. 5. 13 it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to
6. 34 Take therefore no thought for the morr.
8. 4 offer the gift, .for a testimony unto them
10. 10 Nor scrip for (your) journey, neither two
10. 18 for a testimony against them and the O.
24. 14 gospel, .shall be preached .. for a witnesi
26. 13 shall also this, .be told for a memorial of
26. 28 which is shed, .for the remission of sins
27. 10 gave them for the potter s field, as the L.
Mark i. 4 preach the baptism of repentance for the
1. 44 offer, .those things, .fora testimony unto
6. 8 they should take nothing for (their) jour.
6. 1 1 shake off the dust . . for a testimony agai.
13. 9 brought, .for a testimony against them
14. 9 shall be spoken of for a memorial of her
Luke 2. 34 set for the fall and rising again of many
2. 34 for a sign which shall be spoken against
3. 3 preaching the baptism of repentance for
5. 4 and let down your nets for a draught
5. 14 and offer, .for a testimony unto them
9. 3 Take nothing for (your) journey, neither
9. 5 shake off the very dust, .for a testimony
9. 13 we should go and buy meat for all this p
9. 62 No man .looking back, is fit [for] the
12. 19 thou hast, .goods laid up for many years
14. 35 It ia neither fit for the land, nor yet for
21. 13 And it shall turn to you for a testimony
John i. 7 The same came for a witness, to bear
9. 39 For judgment I am come into this world
Acts 2. 38 be baptized, .for the remission of sins
7. 5 he would give it to him for a possession
7. 21 took him up, and nourished him for her
;o. 4 are come up for a memorial before God
13. 2 for the work whereunto I have called
13. 47 for salvation unto the ends of the earth
14. 26 recommended, .for the work which they
23. 30 how that the Jews laid wait for the man
Rom. i 5 for obedience to the faith among all nat.
2. 26 uncircumcision be counted for circumci.
4. 3 was counted unto him for righteousness
4. 5 his faith is counted for righteousness
4. 9 that faith was reckoned to Abraham for
4. 22 it was imputed to him for righteousness
8. 28 that all things work together for good to
9. 8 the children, .are counted for the seed
10. 4 the end of the law for righteousness to
1 j. 4 is the minister of God to thee for good
15. 2 please (his) neighbour for (his) good to e.
15. 4 were written for our learning ; that we
15. 26 for the poor saints which are at Jerusal.
15. 31 my service which (I have)[for] Jerusalem
16. 26 made known, .for the obedience of faith
1 Co. 5. 5 to deliver, .for the destruction of the fl.
11. 17 not for the better, but for the worse
14. 22 Wherefore tongues are for a sign, not to
16. i the collection for the saints, as I have gi.
2 Co. 5. 5 he that hath wrought us for the selfsama
8. 14 abundance (may be a supply) for their
8. 14 abundance also may be (a supply) for your
9. 10 both minister bread for (your) food, and
10. 8 for edification, and not for your destruc.
Gal. 3. 6 it was accounted to him for righteousness
5. 13 only (use) not liberty for an occasion to
Eph. 2. 22 are builded together for an habitation of
4. 12 for the work of the ministry, for the edi.
5. 2 a sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling
6. 22 I have sent unto you for the same purp.
Phil. i. 17 I am set for the defence of the Gospel
i. 25 for your furtherance and joy of faith
Col. i. 1 6 things were created by him, and for him
i. 25 which is given to me for you, to fulfil
- Ti. 4 . 1 1 he is profitable to me for the ministry
Titus 3. 14; Heb. 3. 5; 6. 16; 9.9; 9 15; ii. 8; Jas.
2. 23 ;
i Pe i. 4 ; 2. 14 ; Rev 9. 15 ; 22. 2.
27. liecause, Sid (ace.) dia.
Matt. 6 25 ; 12. 27 ; 13. 13, 52 ; 14. 2 ; 18. 23 ; 21. 43 ;
23. 14 ; 24. 44 ; Mark 6. 14; 11.24; 12.24; Luke
n. 19, 49 : 12. 22; 14. 20; John i. 3 i; 5. 6, 18;
6. 65 ; 7 22 ; S. 47 ; 9- 23 ; 10. 17 ; 12. 39 ; 13. 1 1 ;
15. 19; 16. 15; 19 ii I Acts 2. 26; Rom. 4. 16;
2 Co. 4. i ; 7. 13 ; 13. 10 ; i Th. 3. 7; 2Ti. 2. 10;
Phm 15 ; Heb. i. 9 ; 2. i ; i Jo. 3. i ; 4. 5 ; Rev.
7. 15 ; 12. 12 ; 18. 8.
28.0ut of, from, IK ek.
Matt2o. 2 agreed with the labourers for a penny a
Rev. 16. 10 and they gnawed their tongues for pain
29. In, iv en.
Matt 6. 7 shall be heard for their much speaking
Luke i. 44 the babe leaped in my womb for joy
Phil. i. 26 be more abundant in Jesus Christ for me
i Ti. 5. 10 Wr
ell reported of for good works ; if she
Jas. 5. 3 treasure together for the last days
i Pe. 4. 14 ye be reproached for the name of Christ
30. Because of, on account of, tvtKa. heneka.
Acta 28. 2o~for the hope of Israel I am bound with
Rom 14. 20 For meat destroy not the work of God
FOR
30. Since truly, inasmuch as, tirdS-fi epeidi.
Luke 1 1. 6 For a friend of mine in his journey is
i Co. i. 22 For the Jews require a sign, and the
Phil. 2. 26 For he louged after you all, and was full
31. Upon, about, for, firi (dat.~\ epi.
Mattiq. 9 put away, .except (it be) for fornication
Mark 3. 5 being grieved for the hardness of their
Luke 2. 20 for all the things that they had heard
13. 17 rejoiced for all the glorious things that
Acts 4. 21 glorified God for that which was done
15. 1 4 to take out of them a people [for] his name
15. 31 they rejoiced for the consolation
20. 38 most of all for the words which he spake
26. 6 for the hope of the promise made of God
1 Co. i. 4 for the grace of God which is given you
2 Co. 7. 13 the more joyed we for the joy of Titus
9. 13 glorify God for your professed subjection
9. 15 Thanks, .unto God for his unspeakable
Phil. i. 5 For your fellowship in the Gospel from
3. 12 that for which also I am apprehended of
i Th. 3. 9 render, .for all the joy wherewith we joy
Jas 5. i howl for your miseries that shall come
5. 7 and hath long patience for it, until he
Rev. 18. 9 lament [for] her, when they shall see the
32. Upon, fur, tiri (ace.) epi.
Luke 7. 44 thou gavest me no water for my feet
1 8. 4 he would not for a while : but afterward
23. 28 for me, but weep for yourselves, and for
Johni9. 24 and for my vesture they did cast lots
Phil. 3. 14 [for] the prize of the high calling of God
Heb. i2. io but he for (our) profit, that (we) might be
i Pe. i. 13 for the grace that is to be brought unto
33. And, Kaikai.
Luke 6. 32 For if yelovethem which lore you, what
Rom ii. 27 For this (is) my covenant unto them, when
i Jo. 3. 4 for sin is the transgression of the law
34. ind verily indeed, KO.\ ydp kai gar.
Matt. S. 9 For I am a man tinder authority, having
26. 73 Surely thou. .for thy speech bewrayeth
Mark 1 4. 70 for thou art a Galiltcan, and thy speech
Luke 6. 32 for sinners also love those that love
6. 33 for sinners also do even the same
22. 59 also was with him ; for he is a Galilsean
John 4. 23 for the Father seeketh such to worship
Acts 19. 40 For we are in danger to be called in
Rom. 16. 2 for she hath been a succourer of many
i Co. 8. 5 For though there be that are called gods
12. 13 For by one Spirit are we all baptized
12. 14 For the body is not one member, but many
14. 8 For if the trumpet give an uncertain
a Co. 2. 10 for if I forgave anything, to whom I
3. 10 For even that which was made glorious
5. 4 For we that are in (this) tabernacle do
7. 5 For, when we were come into Macedonia
13. 4 For though he was crucified through
Heb. 4. 2 For unto us was the Gospel preached, as
5. 12 For when . .the time ye ought to be teach.
10. 34 For ye had compassion of me in my bonds
12. 29 For our God (is) a consuming fire
13. 22 for I have written a letter unto you in
35. Down upon, or along, /carci (ace.) kata.
Matt 1 9. 3 man to put away his wife for every cause
36. Of the, TOV tou.
Luke 2. 21 for the circumcising of the child, his name
37. That, because, Sri hoti.
Matt. 6. 26 for they sow ,not, neither do they reap
Mark i. 27 (for with authority commandeth he even]
12. 32 for there is one God ; and there is none
Luke i. 45 for there shall be a performance of those
1. 48 for, behold, from henceforth allgenerat.
4. 36 for with authority and power he comm.
7. 39 what manner of woman . .for she is a sin.
8. 25 for he commandeth even the winds and
12. 24 the ravens : for they neither sow nor reap
15. 6 for I have found my sheep which was lost
15. 9 for I have found the piece which I had
John 4. 35 for they are white already to harvest
5. 28 for the hour is coming, in the which all
7. 52 for out of Galilee ariseth no prophet
14. 17 for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in
Acts 8. 33 for his life is taken from the earth
22. 15 For thou shalt be his witness unto all
1 Co. 1 6. 17 for that which was lacking on your part
2 Co. i. 5 For as the sufferings of Christ abound
2. 15 For we are unto God a sweet savour of
7. 14 For if I have boasted anything to him
8. 3 For to (their) power, I bear record, yea
Gal. 4. 27 for the desolate hath many more 3. n.
Eph. 2. 18 For through him we both have access by
Phil. 4. 16 For even in Thessalonica ye sent once and
1 Th. i. 5 For our gospel came not unto you in word
2 Th. 3. 7 for we behaved not ourselves disorderly
i Jo. 3. 2 like him ; for we shall see him as he is
3. 20 [For] if our heart condemn us, God is
4. 8 [loveth not knoweth not God ; for God is]
Rev. 12. 12 for the devil is come down unto you
18. 20 Rejoice, .for God hath avenged you on
19. 7 for the marriage of the Lamb is come, and
21. 5 for these words are true and faithful
38.Because, OTL hoti (causal).
Matt. 5. 3, 10 for their s is the kingdom of heaven
5. 4 that mourn : for they shall be comforted
5. 5 meek : for they shall inherit the earth
5. 6 which do hunger, .for they shall be filled
5. 7 the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy
5. 8 the pure in heart : for they shall see God
5. 9 for they shall be called the children v.io.
363
Matt. 5. 12 for great (is) your reward in heaven
5. 34 neither by heaven ; for it is God s throne
5. 35 Nor by the earth ; for it is his footstool
5. 35 for it is the city of the great King
5. 45 for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil
6. 5 for they love to pray standing in the
6. 13 [For thine is the kingdom, and the power]
7. 13 for wide (is) the gate, and broad (is) the
ii. 21 for if the mighty works, which were done
ii. 23 for if the mighty works, which have been
ii. 26 for so it seemed good in thy sight
11. 29 for I am meek and lowly in heart : and
12. 42 for she came from the uttermost parts of
13. 16 for they see : and your ears, for they hear
15. 23 Send her away ; for she crieth after us
1 6. 17 for flesh and blood hath not revealed (it)
16. 23 for thou savourest not the things that be
17. 15 have mercy on my son : for he is lunatic
23. 13 for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven
23. 14 [for ye devour widows houses, and for a]
23. 15 for ye compass sea and land to make one
23. 23 for ye pay tithe of mint and anise and
23. 25 for ye make clean the outside of the cup
23. 27 for ye are like unto whited sepulchres
24. 42 for ye know not what hour your Lord doth
24. 44 for in such an hour as ye think not the S.
25. 8 Give us of your oil ; for our lamps are
25. 13 for ye know neither the day nor the hour
Mark 5. 9 My name (is) Legion : for we are many
6. i- Philip s wife ; for he had married her
8. 33 for thou savourest not the things that be
14. 27 for it is written, 1 will smite the Shepherd
Luke i. 37 For with God nothing shall be impossible
i. 49 For he that is mighty hath done to me
1. 68 for he hath visited and redeemed his
2. ii For unto you is born this day. .a Saviour
2. 30 For mine eyes have seen thy salvation
4. 6 for that is delivered unto me ; and to wh.
4. 32 his doctrine : for his word was with power
4. 41 speak : for they knew that he was Christ
4. 43 other cities also : for therefore am I sent
5. 8 Depart from me ; for I am a sinful man
6. 19 for there went virtue out of him, and
6. 20 Blessed . .for your s is the kingdom of God
6. 21 for ye shall be tilled, .for ye shall laugh
6. 24 for ye have received your consolation
6. 25 for ye shall hunger, .for ye shall mourn
6. 35 for he is kind unto the unthankful and (to)
7. 47 sins . . are forgiven ; for she loved much
8. 37 for they were taken with great fear. And
8. 42 For he had one only daughter, about twel.
9. 12 get victuals : for we are here in a desert
9. 38 look upon my son : for he is mine only ch.
10. 13 for if the mighty works had been done in
10. 21 Father ; for so it seemed good in thy sight
11.31 for she came from the utmost parts of
11. 32 for they repented at the preaching of J.
ii. 42 for ye tithe mint and rue and all manner
ii. 43 for ye love the uppermost seats in the
ii. 44 for ye are as graves which appear not
ii. 46 for ye lade men with burdens grievous to
ii. 47 for ye build the sepulchres of the proph
1 1. 48 for they indeed killed them, and ye build
11. 52 for ye have taken away the key of know.
12. 15 for a man s life consisteth not in the
12. 32 for it is your Father s good pleasure to
12. 40 for the Son of man cometh at an hour
13. 24 for many, .will seek to enter in, and shall
13. 31 depart hence : for Herod will kill thee
13. 33 for it cannot be that a prophet perish out
14. ii For whosoever exalteth himself shall be
14. 14 for they cannot recompense thee. .thou
14. 17 Come ; for all things are now ready
15 24 For this my son was dead, and is alive
15. 32 for this thy brother was dead, and is alive
it. 3 for my lord taketh away from me the
16. 8 for the children of this world are. .wiser
10. 15 for that which is highly esteemed among
16. 24 tongue ; for I am tormented in this flame
18. 14 for every one that exalteth himself shall
19. 4 to see him : for he was to pass that (way)
19. 43 For the days shall come upon thee, that
21. 22 For these be the days of vengeance, that
23. 29 For, behold, the days are coming, in the
23. 31 For if they do these things in a green tree
24. 29 for it is toward evening, and the day is f.
24. 39 for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as
John i. 15, 30 preferred before me : for he was befo.
i. 17 For the law was given by Moses, (but)
4. 22 we know what we worship : for salvation
5. 38 for whom he hath sent, him ye believe
5. 39 for in them ye think ye have eternal life
6. 38 For I came down from heaven, not to do
7. 8 I go not up yet. .for my time is not yet
7. 29 for I am from him, and he hath sent me
8. 14 for I know whence I came, and whither
8. 16 For I am not alone, but I and the Father
8. 20 no man laid hands on him ; for his hour
8. 29 for I do always those things that please
8. 44 for he is a liar, and the father of it
10. 4 sheep follow him : for they know his voi.
10. 5 for they know not the voice of strangers
11. 47 What do we? for this man doeth many
12. 49 For I have not spoken of myself ; but
14. 28 I go unto the Father : for my Father is
15. 5 for without me ye can do nothing
15. 15 for the servant knoweth not what his lord
15. 15 for all things that I have heard of my F.
16. 14 for he shall receive of mine, and shall
17. 8 For I have given unto them the words
17. 9 which thou hast given me ; for they are
17. 24 for thou lovedst me before the foundation
FOR
Julm 18. 2 for Jesus oft times resorted thither with
18. 18 had made a fire of coals; for it was cold
19. 20 for the place, .was nigh to the city : and
19. 42 for the sepulchre was nigh at hand
Acts i. 5 For John truly baptized with water; but
1. 17 For he was numbered with us, and had
2. 25 for he is on my right hand, that I should
4. 21 for all (men) glorified God for that which
5. 38 for if this counsel or this work be of men
9. 15 for he is a chosen vessel unto me, to bear
10. 14 for I have never eaten anything that is
10. 38 went about doing good . . for God was with
11. 8 for nothing common . .hath, .entered into
ii. 24 For he was a good man, and full of the
13. 41 for I work a work in your days, a work
22. 21 Depart : for I will send thee far hence
Rom. 8. 29 For whom he did foreknow, he also did
ii. 36 For of him, and through him, and to him
1 Co. 4. 9 for we are made a spectacle unto the
10. 17 For we (being) many are one bread, (and)
11. 15 for (her) hair is given her for a covering
2 Co. 4. 6 For God . .hath sinned in our hearts, to
7. 8 For though I made you sorry with a letter
8. 17 For indeed he accepted the exhortation
10. 10 For (his) letters, .(are) weighty and pow.
Gal 3. ii evident : for, The just shall live by faith
4. 12 be as I (am) ; for I (am) as ye (are): ye
4. 20 desire to be present, .for I stand in doubt
6. 8 For he that sowetb to his flesh shall of
Eph 4. 25 for we are members one of another
5. 23 For the husband is the head of the wife
5. 30 For we are members of his body, of his
6. 12 For we wrestle not against flesh and bio.
Phil. i. 29 For unto you it is given in the behalf of
Col. i. 16 For by him were all things created, that
1. 19 For it pleased (the Father) that in him
2. 9 For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the
1 Th. 2. 14 for ye also have suffered like things of |
3. 8 For now we live, if ye stand fast in the
4. 1 6 For the Lord himself shall descend from
5. 9 For God hath not appointed us to wrath
2 Th. 2. 3 for (that day shall not come), except there
1 Ti. 4. 4 For every creature of God (is) good, and
2 Ti. i. 16 for he oft refreshed me, and was not
Heb. 8. 10 For this(is) thecovenant that I will make
8. ii for all shall know me, from the least to
8. 12 For I will be merciful to their unright.
Jas. i. 12 for when he is tried, he shall receive the
i. 23 Forif any be ahearerof the word, and not
5. 8 for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh
i Pe i 16 it is written, Be ye holy ; for I am holy
2 15 For so is the will of God, that with well
3. 12 For the eyes of the Lord (are) over the
3. 18 For Christ also hatli once suffered for
4. i for he that hath suffered in the flesh hath
4. 8 for charity shall cover the multitude of
4. 14 for the Spirit of glory..resteth upon you
4 . 17 For the time (is come) that judgment
5. 5 for God resisteth the proud, and giveth
5. 7 Casting all your care upon him ; for he
1 Jo 2. 1 6 For all that (is) in the world, the lust of
3. 8 for the devil siuneth from the beginning
3. 9 for his seed remaineth in him : and he
j. ii For this is the message thatye heard from
4. 7 love one another : for love is of God ; and
5. 4 For whatsoever is horn of God overcometh
5. 7 For there are three that bear record in
5. 9 for this is the witness of God which he
2 Jo. 7 For many deceivers are entered into the
Jude 1 1 for they have gone in the way of Cain
Rev. 3. 4 walk with me in white : for they are wor.
3 8 for thou hast a little strength, and hast
4 . ii for thou hast created all things, and
5. 9 for thou wast slain, and hast redeemed
6. 17 For the great day of his wrath is come
7. 17 For the lamb . . shall feed them, and shall
11. 2 for it is given unto the Gentiles : and the
12. 10 for the accuser, .is cast down, which
12 12 for the devil is come down unto you
14. 7 for the hour of his judgment is come : and
14. 15 for the time is come for thee to reap ; for
14. 18 gather the clusters, .for her grapes are
15 i for in them is filled up the wrath of God
15. 4 for (thou) only (art) holy : for all nations
15. 4 for thy judgments are made manifest
16. 6 For they have shed the blood of saints
16. 21 for the plague thereof was. .great
17. 14 for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings
18. 3 For all nations have drunk of the wine
18. 5 For her sins have reached unto heaven
1 8 7 for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen
18. 8 for strong (is) the Lord . . who judgeth her
18 10 for in one hour is thy judgment come
18. ii for no maubuyeth their merchandise any
18. 17 For in one hour so great riches is come to
18. 19 for in one hour is she made desolate
18 23 for thy merchants were the great men of
1 8. 23 for by thy sorceries were, .nations deceiv.
19! 2 For true and righteous(are)hisjudgnients
19. 2 for he hath judged the great whore, which
19. 6 for the Lord Gcd omnipotent reigneth
21 4 neither, .any more pain : [for] the former
>>! 5 for the Lord God giveth them light : and
22. 10 prophecy of this book : LforJ the time is
39. Concerning, about, vepi (gen.) peri.
Matt. 2. 8 and search diligently for the young child
6. 28 And why take ye thought for raiment?
22. 16 Master, .neither carest thou for any
26. 28 this is my blood . . which is shed for many
Mark i. 44 offer for thy cleansing those things which
12.14 we know that thou . . carest for no man
FOR FOR
Mark 1 4. 24 blood of the new testament, .sheil [for]
Luke 2. 27 to do for him after the custom of the law
3. 19 reproved by him for Herodias. .and for
4. 38 mother, .and they besought him for her
5. 14 offer for thy cleansing, according as M.
12. 26 is least, why take ye thought for the rest?
19. 37 praise Hod. .for all the might; works that
22. 32 Hut I have prayed for thee, that thy
John 9 21 ask him : he shall speak for himself
o. 13 The hireling, .careth not for the sheep
10. 33 For a good work we stone thee not
10. 31 but for blasphemy; and because that thou
1 2. 6 This . . not that he cared for the poor ; but
15. 22 now they have no cloak for their sin
16. 26 I say not. .1 will pray the Father for you
17. 9 I pray for them, .not for the world, but f.
17. 20 Neither pray I for these alone, but for
19. 24 but cast lots for it, whose it shall be
Act8 8. 15 Who. .prayed for them, that they might
19. 40 be called in question for this day s uproar
"24. 21 Except it be for this one voice, that I
Rom. 8. 3 and for sin, eondemed sin in the flesh
Eph. 6. 18 Praying always, .in the spirit, .for all
Col. i . 3 We give thanks . . praying always (for] you
2. i what great conflict I have [for] you, and
4. 3 praying also for us, that God would open
i Th. i. 2 \Ve give thanks to God always.for you all
3. o what thanks can we render to God. .for
5. 25 Brethren, pray for us
-a Th. i. 3 We are bound to thank God always for
1. ii Wherefore also we pray always for you
2. 13 to give thanks alway to God for you
3. i Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the
Phm. 10 I beseech thee for my son Oncsimus
Heb. 5. 3 he ought, as for the people, so also for
10. 6 In burnt offerings . .for sin thou hast had
10. 8 burnt offerings . . for sin thou wouldest not
10. 18 these (is, there is) no more offering for sin
10. 26 there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins
11. 40 God. .provided some better thing for us
13. ii is brought into the sanctuary, .[for] sin
13. 18 Pray for us : for we trust we have a good
j Pe. 3. 18 Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the
5. 7 Casting all . . upon him ; for he careth for
i Jo. 2. 2 for our sins, .for our s only, but also for
4. 10 his Son . .the propitiation for our sins
5. 16 T do not say that he shall pray for it
40. Toward, leading to, irp6s (gen.} pros.
Acts 27. 34 take, .meat ; for this is for your health
41. Toward, in consideration of, irp6s (ace.) pros.
Matt 26. 12 on my body, she did (it) for my burial
Mark 10. 5 For the hardness of your heart he wrote
Luke 8. 1 3 have no root, which for a while believe
John 5. 33 ye were willing for a season to rejoice in
Acts 3. 10 they knew that it was he which sat for
13. 15 any word of exhortation for the people
1 Co. 7. 5 except, .with consent for a time, that ye
7. 35 And this I speak for your own profit
7. 35 but for that which is comely, and that
10. ii and they are written for our admonition
2 Co. 2. 16 And who (is) sufficient for these things?
7. 8 made you sorry, though . . but for a season
Gal. 2. 5 we gave place, .no, not for an hour
Eph. 412 For the perfecting of the saints, .the wp.
i Th 2. 17 being taken from you for a short time in
i Ti. i. 16 for a pattern to them which should
i Ti. 3. 16 for doctrine, for reproof, for correction f.
Phm. 15 perhaps he. .departed for a season, that
Heb. 12. 10 they verily for a few days chastened
12. ii no chastening for the present seemeth
42. In behalf of, vittp (gen.) huper.
Matt. 5. 44 pray for them which, .persecute you
Luke 6. 28 pray [for] them which despitefully use
9. 50 said, .he that is not against us is for us
22. 19 This is my body, which is given for you
22. 20 in my blood, which is shed for you
John 6. 51 which I will give for the life of the world
30. 1 1 good shepherd giveth his life for the she.
10. 15 and I lay down my life for the sheep
11. 4 but for the glory of God, that the Son of
21. 50 that one man should die for the people
ii. 51 that Jesus should die for that nation
11. 52 not for that nation only, but that also
15. 13 that aman laydown his lifefor his friends
18. 14 that one man should die for the people
Acts 5. 41 counted worthy to suffer shame for his
8. 34 Pray ye to the Lord for me, that none of
12. 5 but praytr was made, .unto God [for] him
15 26 have hazarded their lives for the name of
21. 13 to die. .for the name of the Lord Jesus
21. 26 should be offered for every one of them
26. i Thou art permitted to speak [for] thyself
Rom. i. 5 obedience., amungall nations, for his na.
i. 8 First, I thank my God. .[for] you all, that
5. 6 in due time Christ died for the ungodly
5. 7 scarcely for a righteous man will one die
5. 7 for a good man some would even dare
5. 8 while, .yet sinners. Christ died for us
8. 26 the Spirit itself maketh intercession [for]
8. 27 he maketh intercession for the saints ace.
3. 31 If God (l>e) for us. who (can be) against
8. 32 but delivered him up for us all, how shall
8. 34 Christ.. who also maketh intercession for
q 3 were accursed from Christ for my breth.
10. i Brethren, my. .prayer to God for Israel
14. 15 Destroy not him. .for whom Christ died
15. 3 was a minister of the circumcision for the
15. 9 Gentiles might glorify God for (his) mercy
15. 30 with me in (your) prayers to God for me
16. 4 Who have for my life laid down their own
i Co. i. 13 was Paul crucified [for] you? or were ye
4. b that no one of you be puffed up for one
5. 7 For even Christ. . is sacrificed [for] us
10. 30 evil spoken of . .for which I give thanks?
3i. 24 this is my body, which is broken for you
12. 25 should have the same care one foranoth.
25. 3 how that Christ died for our sins accord.
15. 29 they do which are baptized for the dead
15. 29 why are they then baptized for the dead .
a Co. i. 6 for your consolation . .for your consola.
1. ii also helping together by prayer for us
5. 14 if one died for all, then were all dead
5. 15 And. .he died for all, that they which
5. 15 unto him which died for them, and rose
5. 20 Now then we are ambassadors for Christ
5. 21 he hath made him. .sin for us, who knew
7. i 2 but that our care for you in the sight of
8. 16 put. .care into the heart of Titus for you
9. 14 by their prayer for you, which long after
12. 8 For this thing I besought the Lord thrice
12. 15 I will very gladly, .be spent for you
12. 19 all things, dearly beloved, for your edify.
13. 8 nothing against the truth, but for the
Gal. i. 4 Who gave himself [for] our sins, that he
2. 20 Son of God, who. .gave himself for me
3. 13 Christ, .being made a curse for us : for it
Eph. 1. 16 Cease not to give thanks for you, making
3. i Paul, the prisoner of Jesus Christ for you
3. 13 ye faint not at my tribulations for you
5. 2 hath given himself for us im offering and
5. 20 Giving thanks always for all things unto
5. 25 even as Christ also . . gave himself for it
6. 19 And forme, that utterance maybe given
6. 20 For which I am an ambassador in bonds
Phil. i. 4 in every prayer of mine for you all making
Col. i. 7 who is for you a faithful minister of Chr.
i. 9 do not cease to pray for you, and to desire
i 24 Who now rejoice in my sufferings for you
4. 12 labouring fervently for you in prayers
4. 1 3 that he hath a great zeal for you, and them
1 Th. 5. 10 Who died for us, that, whether we wake
2 Th i. 4 we . . glory in you . . for your patience and
1. 5 kingdom of God, for which ye also suffer
i Ti. 2. i giving of thanks, be made for all men
2. 2 For kings, and . . all . . in authority
2. 6 Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be
Titus 2. 14 Who gave himself for us, that he might
Heb. 2. 9 that he . . should taste death for every man
5. i every high priest . . is ordained for men in
5. i that he may offer, .sacrifices for sins
5. 3 And . . he ought . . to offer [for] sins
o. 20 Whither the fo -erunner is for us entered
7. 25 ever liveth to make intercession for them
7. 27 offer up sacrifice, first for his own sins
9. 7 not without blood, which he offered for
9. 24 to appear in the presence of God for us
10. 12 after he had offered one sacrifice for sins
13. 17 they watch for your souls, as they that
Jas. 5. 16 and pray one for another, that ye maybe
i Pe 2. 21 because Christ also suffered for us, leaving
3. iS the just for the unjust, that he might
4. i as Christ . . suffered [for] us in the flesh
i Jo. 3. 16 because he laid down his life for us : and
3. 16 to lay down (our) lives for the brethren
43. As, liJce as, <5>s hos.
Mattzi. 46 because they took him for a prophet
i Pe. 2. 16 and not using, .liberty for a cloke of
\See also Aloud, as, call, care, shout, sing, wait, waited.
why.]
FOR all
l.-Kven, C3 gam.
Lev. 26. 44 And yet for all that, when they be in the
2. With, DJ im.
Neh. 5. 1 8 yet for all this required not I the bread of
FOR all that
Thus, so, ovTta houto.
i Co. 14. 21 yet for all that will they not hear me
FOR... cause
I. Over against flu s, avrl -rovrov anti touiou.
Eph. 5. 31 For this cause shall a man leave his f.
2. Through thi-s, on account of this, Sta rovro.
John 12. 18 For this cause the people also met him
12. 27 but for this cause came I unto this hour
Acts 28. 20 For this cause .have I called for you, to
Rom. i. 26 For this cause God gave them up unto
13. 6 For, for this cause pay ye tribute also
15. 9 For this cause I will confess to thee
i Co. 4. 17 For this cause have I sent unto you Tim.
11. 10 For this cause ought the woman to have
ii. 30 For this cause many (are) weak and sick.
Col. i. 9 For this cause we also, since the day we
1 Th. 2. 13 For this cause also thank we God without
3. 5 For this cause, when I could no longer
2 Tli. 2. ii for this cause God shall send them strong
i Ti. i. 16 Howbeit for this cause I obtained mercy
Heb. 9. 15 for this cause he is the mediator of the
3. With a view to this, els TOVTO eis touto.
John. 1 8. 37 and for this cause came I into the world
i Pe. 4. 6 for this cause was the gospel preached
4. Because of, on account of, <iv(Ka heneka.
Matt.-iq. 5 For this cause shall a man leave father
Mark 10. 7 For this cause shall a man leave his fa.
Acts 26. 21 For these causes the Jews caught me in
a Co. 7. 12 not for his cause that had done the wrong
7. 12 rior for his cause that suffered wrong, but
5. For the sake oftkfs,rovTov x^Plv toutou charin.
Eph. 3. i For this cause I Paul, the prisoner of J.
3. 14 For thin cause I bow my knees unto the
Titus i. 5 For this cause left I thee in Crete, that
6. For you, vpTtv (dat.) humin.
2 Co. 5. 13 whether we be sober, [it is] for your cause
FOR ever
All the days, U ^n-hs kol-hay-yami,n.
Gen. 43. 9 then let me bear the blame for ever
44. 32 shall bear the blame to my father fi>rey.
Deut. 4. 40 prolong (thy) days upon the earth, .for e.
18. 5 minister in the name of the LORD, .for e.
Josh. 4. 24 ye might fear the LORD your God for ev.
i Sa. 28. 2 make thee keeper of mine head for ever
1 Ki. 12. 7 then they will be thy servants for ever
2 Ch.2i. 7 a light to him and to his sons for ever
Psa. 23. 6 will dwell in the house of the LORD for e.
Jer. 31. 36 from being a nation before me forever
32. 39 that they may fear me for ever, for the
35. 19 want a man to stand before me for ever
FOR... sake
\. Because of, for the sake of, ^>j r/alal.
Gen 30. 27 the LORD hath blessed me for thy sake
39. 5 LORD blessed the. .house for Joseph s M.
Deut. J. 37 LORD was angry witli me for your sakes
Mic. 3. 12 shall /ion fur your sake be plowed . .a ft
2. On account of, 5ia (ace.) dia(gen.)
Mattio. 22 shall be hated of all. .for my name s sake
14. 3 and put. .in prison for Herodias sake
14. 9 nevertheless for the oath s s-ake, and
19. 12 eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven s fa.
24. 9 hated of all nations tor my name s sake
24 22 for the elect s sake those days shall be
Mark 4. 17 persecution ariseth for the word s take
6. 17 bound him in prison for Herodias sake
6. 26 sorry ; (yet) for his oath s sake, and for
13. 13 be hated of all. .for my name s sake
13. 20 for the elect s sake, whom he hathchosen
Iuke2i. 17 ye shall be hated, .for my name s sake
Johni2. 9 they came not for Jesus sake only, but
14. ii or else believe me for the very work s sake
15. 21 will they do unto you for my name s .sake
Rom. 4. 23 Now it was not written for his sake alone
13. 5 for wrath, but also for conscience sake
15. 30 for. .Christ s sake, and for the love of tl;e
1 Co. 4. 10 We (are) fools for Christ s sake, but ye
9. 23 And this I do for the Gospel s sake, thnt
10. 25, 27 askingno question for conscience sake.
2 Co. 4. 5 ourselves your servants for Jesus sake
4. ii alway delivered:iinto death for Jesus sake
Col. 3. 6 [For which things sake] the wrath of
i Th. 5.13 esteem them . . in love for their work s snk.
1 Ti. 5. 23 use a little wine for thy stomach s sake
2 Ti. 2. 10 I endure all things for the elect s cakes
Phm. 9 Yet forlove s sake I rather beseech . . being
i Pe. 2 13 Submit yourselves, .for the Lord s sake
3. 14 and if ye suffer for righteousness s:ike
1 Jo. 2. 12 sins are forgiven you for his name s sake
2 Jo. 2 For the truth s sake, which dwelleth in
3. On account oft .i, Si f)fj.as <ii hemas.
i Co. 9. 10 Or saith be (it) altogether for our sake* ?
9. 10 For our sakes, no doubt, (this) is written
4. On account of you, Si fytns ili human.
John r i. 15 I am glad for your sakes that I was not
12. 30 This voice came not. .but for your sakes
Rom. 1 1. 28 for your sakes . .beloved for the fathers sa.
1 Co. 4. 6 transferred to myself., for your sakes
2 Co. 2. 10 for your sakes. .in the person of Christ
4. 15 For nil things (are) for your sake?, that
8. 9 yet for your sakes he became poor, that
i Th. i. 5 what manner of men we were . . for your s
3. 9 we joy for your sakes before our God
5. On account of (hat one. Si iKtlvov >!i ekcinnn.
i Co. 10. 28 eat not for his sake that showed it, and
6./M, iv en.
Eph. 4. 32 God for Christ s sake hath forgiven you
T. Because of, on account of, tvfKa l>*ek<i.
Matt. 5. 10 are persecuted for righteousness sake
5. ii say all. .evil against you. .for my sake
10. 18 brought before governors, .for my sake
10. 39 he that loseth his life for my sake shall
16. 25 whosoever will lose his life for my sake
IQ. 29 hath forsaken houses, .for my name s sa.
Mark 8 35 whosoever shall lose his life for my sake
10. 29 left house, .for my sake, and the gospel s
13.9 shall be brought before . . kings for my sa.
Luke 6. 22 shall reproach, .for the Son of man s sake
o. 24 whosoever will lose his life for my sake
18 29 left house, .for the kingdom of God s sake
21. 12 brought before kings, .for my name s sake
Rom. 8. 36 For thy sake we are killed all the day long
S. Around, about, concerning, irtpi peri (yen.)
Acts 26. 7 For which hope s sake, king Agrippa, I
O./n behalf of, vicfp hiiprr (yen.}
Johni3. 37 Lord. .1 will lay down my life for thy sake
13. 38 Wilt thou lay down thy life for my sake?
17. 19 for their sakes I sanctify myself, that they
Acts 9. 16 things he must suffer for my tuu,<- ~ .)<
a Co.i2. ID pleasure . . in distresses, for brat s sake
Phil. i. 29 not only, .but also to suffer for his sake
Col. i. 24 for his body s sake, which is the church
3 Jo. 7 that for his name s sake they went forth
10. For the sake of, \apiv charin.
Titus i. ii teaching things, .for filthy lucre s sake
FOR 365 FOREFRONT
FOR that
I.//, xincc, <i </.
Heb. 7. 15 for tliat after the similitude of Melchised.
2. Since, seeing that, tire/ epe.i.
lleb. 5. 2 for that he himself also is compassed with
S.Si/n~e. truly, tiretSri epeide.
2 Co. 5. 4 not [for that] we would be unclothed
4.f r
pon, about, for, M (dat.) epi.
Eoni. 5. 12 so death passed upon all men, [for that]
$.Because, &n hoti.
John 1 2. 1 8 the people .. met him, for that they heard
2 Co. T. 24 Not for that we have dominion over your
i Ti. i. 12 for that he counted me faithful, putting
FOR that... ought to say
Instead of saying, avrl rov Xeynv, anti ton legein.
Jas. 4* 15 For that ye (ought) to say, If the Lord
FOR then
1. Sinee, seeing that, ttrsi epei.
Rom. 3. 6 for then how shall God judge the world?
Heb. 9. 26 For then must he often have suffered
10. 2 For then would they not have ceased to
2. Seeing that then, eirei apa epei am.
1 Co. 5. 10 for then must ye needs go out of the wor.
FOR to
1. In order to, jya? le.-maan.
Jer 43. 3 for todeliver us into the hand of the
2. With a vieio to the, es 10 eis to.
Ronui. ii Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy
3. In order that, to the end that, so that, "va hina.
Mark 3. 10 they pressed upon him for-to touch him
Johnio. 10 The thief conieth not, but for to steal
n. 53 took counsel, .for to put him to death
Acts 17. 15 receiving a commandment, .for to come
22. 5 to bring them, .bound, .for to be punish.
Eph. 2. 15 for to make in himself of twain one new
Rev. 9. 15 loosed, .for to slay the third part of men
12. 4 the dragon stood . . for to devour her child
^.Toward the. irp&s -r6 pros to.
Matt 23. 5 all their works they do for to be seen of
[See alxo Call, cause, ever, evermore, hope, intent, lay,
lie. little, look, make, purpose, season, seek, send, tarry,
time, wait.]
FORASMUCH as
1. After, nnx achar.
Gen. 41. 39 Forasmuch as God hath showed thee all
2. After that, vx tnx achare asher.
.) udg 1 1. 36 forasmuch as the LORD hath taken veng.
2 Sa. 19. 30 forasmuch as my lord the king is come
3. Because, ]]i*_ yaan.
Amos 5. ii Forasmuch therefore as your treading (is)
4. liecnuse that, ~\ty\*
: \y\ yaan aslier.
i Ki.i4- 7 Forasmuch as I exalted thee from among
5.necaiise that, 3 [jr yaan ki.
i Ki. 13. 21 Forasmuch as thpu hast disobeyed the
Isa. 8. 6 Forasmuch as this people refuseth the
29. 13 Forasmuch as this people draw near (me)
6. That, because, 3 ki.
I)euti2. 12 forasmuch as he hath no part nor inner.
7. Because that, \3~hy 3 ki al ken.
Nurn 10. 31 forasmuch as thou knowest how we are
S.Jlecause that, ^ SaiP Sa kol qebel di.
Ezra 7. 14 Forasmuch as thou art sent of the king
Dau. 2. 40 forasmuch as iron breaketh . . and subdueth
2. 41 forasmuch as thou sawest the iron mixed
2. 45 Forasmuch as thou sawest that the stone
4. 18 forasmuch as all the wise (men) of my
5. 12 Forasmuch as an excellent spirit, and
6. 4 forasmuch as he (was) faithful, neither
6. 22 forasmuch as. .iimoceucy was found iu
9. Till, ny ad.
Josh. 17. 14 forasmuch as the LORD hath blessed me
10. If, since, el ei.
Acts ii. 17 Forasmuch then as God gave them the
II. Sinee, seeing that, tirei epei.
i Co. 14. 12 Even so ye, forasmuch as ye are zealous
Heb. 2. 14 Forasmuch then as the children are par.
12. Since indeed, eTreiS^JTrep, c-ireiSri epeidiper.
Luke i. i Forasmuch as many have taken in hand
Acts 15. 24 Forasmuch as we have heard, that certain
FORASMUCH as...was
Being, iav on.
Acts 9. 38 forasmuch as Lydda was nigh to Joppa
FORBEAR, to
I. To be silent, cease, stand still, DO? damam.
Eze. 24. 17 Forbear to cry, make no mourning for
2. To cease, leave off, forbear, rnri chadal.
Exod23. 5 and wouldest forbear to help him; thou
Num. 9. 13 and forbeareth to keep the possover, even
Deut 23. 22 if thou shalt forbear to vow, it shall be
i Sa. 23. 13 told Saul, .and he forbare to go forth
1 Ki. 22. 6 Shall I go . . to battle, or shall I forbear ?
32. 15 shall we go. .to battle, or shall we forb.?
2 Ch. 18. 5, 14 Shall we go. .to battle, or shall I for.?
25. 16 forbear ; why shouldest thou be smitten?
25. 16 Then the prophet forbare, and said, I
2 Ch. 35. 21 forbear thee from . .God, who (is) with me
Job 16. 6 and (though) I forbear, what am I eased?
Jer. 40. 4 but if it seem ill unto thee . .forbear
41. 8 So he forbare, and slew them not among
51. 30 The mighty men of Babylon have forborne
Eze. 2. 5, 7 they will hear, or whether they will fo.
3. ii they will hear, or whether they will forb.
3. 27 let him forbear: for they (are) a rebellious
Zechu 12 give (me) my price ; and if not, forbear
3. To- keep back, spare, withhold, T)tfTi chasak.
Prov24. ii If thou forbear to deliver, .drawn unto
4. To draw or stretch out, "t O mashak.
Neh. 9. 30 Yet many years didst thou forbear them
5. To hold self back or up, aWxoA anechomai.
Eph. 4. 2 with long suffering, forbearing one anot.
Col. 3. 13 Forbearing, .and forgiving one another
(3 To send back, let away, avirjui anierni.
Eph. 6. 9 forbearing threatening : knowing that
7. To spare, {peiSopai pheidomai.
2 Co. 12. 6 but. . I forbear, lest any man should think
FORBEAR working, to
Not to wurk. IJ.T) tpya&ffOai me ergazesthai.
i Co. 9. 6 have not we power to forbear working ?
FORBEAR, can
To cover, conceal, forbear, ffrtyu stego.
i Th. 3. i when we could no longer forbear, we
3. 5 when I could no longer forbear, I sent
FORBEARANCE
.1 holding back, a.vox"h anoche.
Rom. 2. 4 riches of his goodness and forbearance
3. 25 past, through the forbearance of God
FORBEARETH, he that
Ceasing, leaving off, forbearing, TJ0 citadel.
Eze. 3. 27 him hear ; and he that forbeareth, let
FORBEARING
I. Temper, f]X aph.
Prov25. 15 By long forbearing is a prince persuaded
2. To contain, sustain, Sis ki J, Sa.
Jer. 20. 9 1 was weary with forbearing, and I could
FORBID
Profanation, n^ Vn chalilah.
i Sa. 24. 6 The LOUD forbid that I should do this
26. ii The LORD forbid that I should stretch fo.
i Ki. 21. 3 Naboth said to Ahab, The LORD forbid
i Ch. ii. 19 And said, My God forbid it me, that I
FORBID (to take), to
I. To restrain, shut up, N73 kala.
Num ii. 28 Josnua. .said, My lord Moses, forbid the.
2. To set up, command, lay a charge, rmf tsavah, 3.
Deut. 2. 37 whatsoever the LORD our God forbade us
4. 23 the LORD thy God hath forbidden thee
3. To cut short, thoroughly, restrain, Sia.K<a\vw.
Matt 3 14 John forbade him, saying, I have need to
4. To cut short, restrain, KCUA.UCO koluo.
Matt 19. 14 and forbid them not, to come unto me
Mark 9. 38 he followeth not us: and we forbade him
9. 39 Jesus said, Forbid him not : for there is
10 14 and forbid them not : for of such is the k.
Luke 6. 29 him that taketh away thy cloke forbid
9. 49 we forbade him, because he followeth not
9. 50 And Jesus said unto him, Forbid, .not
18. 16 forbid them not : for of such is the king.
23. 2 forbidding to give tribute to Cesar, say.
Acts 10. 47 Can any man forbid water, that these
16. 6 forbidden of the Holy Ghost to preach the
24 23 should forbid none of his acquaintance to
i 00.14. 39 an(l forbid not to speak with tongues
i Th. 2. 16 Forbidding us to speak to the Gentiles
1 Ti. 4. 3 Forbidding to marry, .to abstain from m.
2 Pe. 2. 16 voice forbade the madness of the prophet
3 Jo. 10 forbiddeth them that would, and casteth
FORBID, God
I. Profanation, n/ Vci chalilah.
Gen. 44. 7 God forbid that thy servants should do
44. 17 he said, God forbid that I should do so
Josh 22. 29 God forbid that we should rebel against
24. 16 God forbid that we should forsake the
i Sa. 12. 23 God forbid that I should sin against the
14. 45 Shall Jonathan die. .God forbid : (as) the
20. 2 Gotl forbid ; thou shalt not die;: behold
Job 27. 5 God forbid that I should justify you: till
2. Let it not be, /j.r) ytvoi-ro me genoito.
Luke2o. 16 when they heard (it), they said, God for.
Rom. 3. 4 God forbid : yea, let God be true, but ev.
3. 6 God forbid : for then how shall God jud.
3. 31 God forbid : yea, we establish the law
6. a God forbid. How shall we, that are dead
6. 15 What then? shall we sin. .God forbid
7. 7 (Is) the law sin? God forbid. Nay, I had
7. 13 Was. .good made death unto me? God f.
9. 14 (Is), .unrighteousness with God ? God fo.
ii. i Hath God cast away his people? God fo.
ii. ii God forbid : but. .through their fall saly.
i Co. 6. 15 make, .members of SO harlot? God forbid
Gal. 2. 17 (is). .Christ the minister of sin? God for.
3. 21 God forbid : for if there had been a law
6. 14 God forbid that I should glory, save in
FORBIDDEN, to be
Not, xS lo.
Lev. 5. 17 any of these things which are forbidden
FORBIDDING, no man
Uncut off, unrestrained, a.K<n\vrwi ak<~>lut<~ts.
Acts 28 31 and teaching, .no man forbidding him
FORCE
I. Arm, force, 5TJ1N edra.
Ezra 4. 23 made them to cease by force and power
2. Strength, pK on.
Job 40. 16 and his force (is) in the navel of his belly
3. Might, rrjis? geburah.
Jer. 23. ie course is evil, and .their force (is),not
^.Strength, .t^in chozqah.
1 Sa. 2. 16 give, .and if not, I will take (it) by force
Eze. 34. 4 with force and with cruelty have ye ruled
5.Hand, ij yad.
Jer. 18. 21 pour out. .(blood) by the .force of the sw.
Eze. 35. 5 by the force of the sword in the time of
6. Power, n3 koach.
Job 30. 1 8 By the great force, .is my garment chan
Jer. 48. 45 They that tied stood . . because of the force
Amos 2. 14 the strong shall not strengthen his force
FORCE, of
Steadfast, firm, /Se /Scuos bebaios.
Heb. 9. 17 For a testament (is) of force after men
FORCE, to
I. To take hold, prn chazaq, 5.
Deut 22. 25 the man force her, and lie with her
2. To subdue, Z 33 kabash.
Esth. 7. 8 Will he force the queen also before me in
3. To press, crush, fnV lachats.
Judg. i. 34 the Amorites forced the children of Dan
4. To drive or force away, rn: nadach, 5.
Prov. 7. 21 with the flattering of her lips she forced
5. To afflict, humble, raj; an ah, 3.
Judg 20. 5 my concubine have they forced, that; she
2 Sa. 13. 12 Nay, my brother, do not force me ; for no
13. 14 but, being stronger than she, forced her
13. 22 because he had forced his sister Tamar
13. 32 from the day. .he forced his sister Tamar
FORCE self, to
To refrain or force self, P3N apluiq, 7.
1 Sa. 13. 12 I forced myself therefore, and offered a
FORCE, to take by
To snatch away, seise, apirafa liarpazo.
Matt ii. 12 kingdom. . and the violent take it by forco
John 6. 15 they would come and take iliim by force
Acts 23. 10 to take him by force from among them
FORCES
1. Strength, force, army, ^n chayil.
2 Ch. 17. 2 he placed forces in all the fenced cities of
Isa. 60. 5 the forces of the Gentiles shall come unto
60. ii may bring, .the forces of the Gentiles
Jer. 40. 7, 13 all the captains of the forces
41. ii, 13, 16 the captains of the forces that
42. i Then all the captains of the forces, and
42. 8 and all the captains of the forces which
43. 4, 5 and all the captains of the forces
Obad. ii strangers carried away captive his force*
2. Strong ones, forces, nncxs maamatstsim,
Job 36. 19 not gold, nor ail the forces of strength
3. Stronghold, strength, Tiyo maoz.
Dan. ii. 38 shall he honour the God of forces : and a
FORCES, great
Strength, force, army, V n chayil.
Dan. 1 1 . 10 shall assemble a multitude of great forces
FORCIBLE, to be
To be powerful (or sweet], po marats, 2.
Job 6. 25 How forcible are right words ! but what
FORCING
1. Wringing out, churning, |"P
mits.
Prov 30. 33 the forcing of wrath bringeth forth striie
2. To drive or force away, rnj nadach.
Deut2o 19 destroy, .by forcing an ax against them
FORD
I.Passage, ford, -qSLS maabar.
Gen. 32. 22 rose, .arid passed over the ford Jabbok
2. Passage, ford, n-ipyE mabarah.
Josh. 2. 7 them the way to Jordan unto the fords
Judg. 3. 28 took the fords of Jordan toward Moab
Isa. 16^ 2 Moab shall be at the fords of Arnon
FORECAST, to
I. To think, devise, design, =?;n chashab.
Dan. ii. 25 they shall forecast devices against him
2. To think, devise, design, ir^n chushab, 3.
Dan. ii. 24 he shall forecast his devices against the
FOREFATHER
I. First father, p;ro nx ab rishon.
Jer. ii. 10 to the iniquities of their forefathers
2. Earlier born ones, progenitors, irpdyovoi progon.
2 Ti. i. 3 God, whom I serve from (my) forefathers
FORE-FRONT
I.Over against the face, D%
J$ Sn mul panim.
Exod26. 9 double, .in the fore-front of the taberna
FOREHEAD 366 FORGETFUL
ExodzS. 37 upon the fore-front of the mitre it shall he
Lev. 8. 9 upon his fore-front, did lie put the golden
2 8a. n. 15 Set ye Uriah in the fore-front of the hot.
%.Facc, 0*29 panim.
- ICJ.i6. 14 from the fore-front of the house, from
lize. 40. 19 from the fore-front of the lower gate
40. 19 unto the fore-front of the inner court
47. i for the fore-front of the house (stood) to.
3.Head, B>hO rosh.
2 Ch. 20. 27 Jehoshaphat in the fore-front of them
4. Tooth, ]V shen.
i Sa. 14. 5 The fore-front of the one (was) situate
FOREHEAD - -
1 . Nose, iht aph.
Eze. 16. 12 I put a jewel on thy forehead, and earr.
2. Forehead, nyo metsnch.
Exod28. 38 it shall he upon Aaron s forehead, that
28. 38 it shall he always upon his forehead
1 Sa. 17. 49 smote the Philistine in his forehead
17. 49 that the stone sunk into his forehead
2 Ch 26. 19 the leprosy even rose up in his forehead
26. 20 behold, he (was) leprous in his forehead
Jer. 3. 3 thou hadst a whore s forehead, thou ref.
Eze. 3. 8 thy forehead strong against their forehea.
3. 9 harder than flint have I made thy foreh.
9. 4 set a mark upon the foreheads of the men
3. Forehead, between the eyes, ftirtnrov mctopon.
Rev. 7. 3 have sealed the servants.. in their foreh.
9. 4 have not the seal of (iod in their foreheads
13. 16 all . . to receive a murk . . in their foreheads
14. i Father s name written in their foreheads
14. 9 receive (his) mnik in his forehead, or in
17. 5 And upon her forehead (was) a name
20. 4 received (hig) mark upon their foreheads
22. 4 and his name (shall he) in their foreheads
FOREHEAD, bald
With bald forehead, r\zi gibbcach.
Lev. 13. 41 fallen off. .he (is) forehead bald : (yet is)
FOREIGNER
1. Unknown, stranger, "O} nokri.
Deut 15. 3 Of a foreigner thou mayest exact (it aga.)
Obad. ii foreigners entered into his gates, and
2. Settler, 3?in toshab.
Exodi2. 45 A foreigner and an hired servant shall
S.flojourner, one dwelling near, irdpoiKo? paroikos.
Eph. 2. 19 ye are uo more strangers and foreigners
FOREKNOW, to -
To begin to knmo first or beforehand, irpoytvwffKu:.
Rom. 8. 29 whom he did foreknow, he also did pred.
n. 2 cast away his people whom he foreknew
FOREKNOWLEDGE
A knotting Jirst or beforehand, vpoyvuais prognr,.
Acts 2. 23 determinate counsel and foreknowledge
1 Pe. i. 2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of
FOREMOST -
First, former, foremost, pJO rishon.
Gen. 32. 17 he commanded the foremost, saying
33. 2 put the handmaids and their children f.
2 Sa. 18. 27 Me thinketh the running of the foremost
FOREORDAIN, to
To begin to know beforehand, TrpoyivuxTxta progin.
i Pe. i. 20 Who verily was foreordained before the f.
FORE PART
I.Face, DUp panim.
Exod 28. 27 toward the fore part thereof, over against
39. 20 underneath, toward the fore part of it
i Ki. 6. 20 the oracle in the fore part, .twenty cub.
Eze. 42. 7 toward the outer court on the fore part
2. Fore part, prow, irptapa. pro-ret.
Acts 27. 41 the fore part stuck fast, and remained
FORERTTNNER
One that. runs before, irp6opouos prodromos.
Heb. 6. 20 Whither the forerunner is for us entered
FORESEE, to
To see, behold, .INT) raah.
Prov 22. 3 a prudent (man) foreseeth the evil, and
27. 12 A prudent (man) foreseeth the evil, (and)
FORESEE, see before, to --
To see before, irpoflSov ; Acts 2. 25 irpoopdo/j.ai.
Acts 2. 31 He, seeing this before, spake of the
Gal. 3. 8 the Scripture, foreseeing that God would
FORESHIP
J row (of a ship), irpwpa prora.
Acts 27 30 would have cast anchors out of the fores.
FORESKIN
Uncircumcuion, foreskin, nViy orlah.
Gen. 17. ii shall circumcise the flesh of your foreskin
17. 14 whose flesh of his foreskin is not circum.
17. 23 circumcised the flesh of their foreskin
17. 24, 25 circumcised in the flesh of his foreskin
Exod. 4. 25 cut off the foreskin of her son, and cast
Lev 12. 3 in the eighth day the flesh of his foreskin
Deut 10. 1 6 Circumcise, .the foreskin of your heart
Josh. 5. 3 circumcised . . at the hill of the foreskins
i Sa. 18. 25 an hundred foreskins of the Philistin> -
18. 27 David brought their foreskins, and they
2 Sa. 3. 14 I espoused to me for an hundred foresk.
Jer. 4. 4 take away the foreskins of your heart
FORESKIN uncovered, to be
To be uncirrumrised, h~>y ard, 1.
Hab. 2. 1 6 let thy foreskin be uncovered : the cup
FOREST
I. Forest, thicket, enn choresh.
2 Ch.27. 4 in the forests he built castles and towers
I.Forest, out-.tpre.ad place, iy? yaar.
i Sa. 22. 5 David . .came into the forest of Hareth
1 Ki. 7. 2 He built also the house of the forest of
10. 17, 21 the house of the forest of Lebanon
2 Ki. 19. 23 I will enter into, .the forest of his Carnicl
2 Ch. Q. 16, 20 the house of the forest of Lebanon
1 sa. 50. 10 every beast of the forest (is) mine . . the
104. 20 all the beasts of the forest do creep
Isa. 9. 18 shall kindle in the thickets of -the forest
:o. 18 shall consume the glory of his forest
10. 19 the rest of the trees of his forest shall be
:o. 34 shall cut down the thickets of the forests
21. 13 In the forest in Arabia shall ye lodge, O
22. 8 to the armour of the house of the forest
29. 17 fruitful Held shall be esteemed as a forest?
32. 15 the fruitful Held be counted for a forest
32. 19 it shall hail, coming down on the forest
47. 24 I will enter into . . the forest of his Carmel
44. 14 Cypress, .among the trees of the forest
44. 23 break forth. .O forest, and every tree th.
56. 9 to devour, .all ye beasts in the forest
Jer. 5. 6 a lion out of the forest shall slay them
10. 3 for (one) cutteth a tree out of the forest
12. 8 heritage is unto me as a lion in the forest
21. 14 I will kindle a fire in the forest thereof
26. 18 the house as the high places of a forest
46. 23 They shall cut down her forest, saith the
Eze. 15 2, 6 vine tree, .among the trees of the for.?
20. 46 prophesy against the forest of the south
20. 47 say to the forest of the south, Hear the
39. 10 neither cut down (any) out of the forests
Hos. 2. ii I will make them a forest, and the beasts
Amos 3. 4 Will a lion roar in the forest, when he
Mic. 3 12 the house as the high places of the forest
5. 8 as a lion among the beasts of the forest
Zech ii. 2 the forest of the vintage is come down
3.Forest, wit spread place, rny.; yaarah.
Psa. 29. Q maketh . . to calv e . . discovereth the forests
4. Paradise, park or garden ground, D^n? pardes.
Neh. 2. 8 unto Asaph the keeper of the king s forest
FOREST of Arabia, T3H.3 if: yaar baarab.
Its situation is quite unknown.
Isa. 21. 13 In the forest in A. shall ye lodge
FOREST of Carmel, ^DiJ 1JK yaar karmcl.
South of Accho, in Zebulun, on the S. border of Asher.
2 Ki. 19. 23 will enter into, .the forest of his C.
Isa. 37. 24 will enter into . . the forest of his C.
FOREST of Hareth, rnn 1 yaar chereth.
Somewhere on the border of the Philistine plain in
the S. of Judah.
i Sa. 22. 5 departed, and came into the forest of H.
FOREST of Lebanon, p3/>i? 1J yaar hallebanon.
The " House of the forest of Lebanon " was so called
probably from being fitted up with cedar. It was built
by Solomon for an armoury in Jerusalem, with forestlike
rows of the cedars of Lebanon.
1 Ki. 7. 2 built also the house of the forest of L.
10. 17 put them in the house of the forest of L.
10. 21 the vessels of the house of the forest of L.
2 Ch. 9. 16 put them in the house of the forest of L.
y. 20 the vessels of the house of the forest of L.
FORETELL
1. To say beforehand, irpofltrov proeipon.
Marki3- 23 behold, I have foretold you all things
2.To announce beforehand, irpoKarayyf\\a>.
Acta 3. 24 have likewise [foretold] of these days
, 3. To lay before, tell before, irpo\tyw prolego.
2 Co. 13. 2 I told you before, and foretell you, as if
FOREWARN, to
I. To say before, irpotiirov proeipon.
i Th. 4. 6 as we also have forewarned youand testi.
2. To show secretly, uTroSf/Kcy/xt hupodeiknuini .
Lukei2. 5 ! will forewarn you whom ye shall fear
FORFEITED, to be
To be devoted, O Vt charam, 6.
Ezra 10. 8 all his substance should be forfeited, and
| FORGE, to
! To stitch or sew on, Vjp taphal.
Job 13. 4 ye (are) forgers of lies, ye (are) all physi.
Psa. 119. 69 The proud have forged a lie against me
FORGET
] Forgetful, forgetting, r.yy xhakeach.
Psa. 9. 17 into hell, .all the nations that forget God
Isa. 65. ii ye (are) they that, .forget my holy rnoun
FORGET, to
1. To forget, .~;
; nashah.
Jer. 23. 39 behold, I, even I, will utterly forget you
Lain. 3. 17 thou hast removed my soul. .1 forgat
2. To foryet, *,? shaifah.
Deut 32. 18 and hast forgotten, God that formed thoe
3. To for(jet, neglect, nyy shakach.
Gen. 27. 45 and he forget (that) which thou hast done
40. 23 did not. .remember Joseph, but forgat
Deut. 4. 9 keep thy soul diligently, lest thou forget
4. 23 lest ye forget the covenant of the LOUD
4. 31 nor forget the covenant of thy fathers
6. la beware lest thou forget the LORD, which
8. 1 1 Beware that thou forget not the !- >ri> thy
8. 14 and thou forget the LORD thy God, which
8. 19 if thou do at all forget the LOUD thy God
9. 7 Remember, .forget not, how thou provo.
24. 19 and hast forgot a sheaf in the field
25. 19 thou shall blot out., thou shalt not forget
26. 13 commandments, neither have I forgotten
Judg. 3. 7 forgat the LORD their God, and served
1 Sa. i. ii remember me, and not forget thine
12. 9 when they forgat the LORD their God, he
2 Ki. 17. 38 And the covenant, .ye shall not forget
Job 8. 13 So (are) the paths of all that forget God
9. 27 If I say, I will forget my complaint
ii. 16 Because thou shalt forget (thy) misery
19. 14 my familiar friends have forgotten me
24. 20 The womb shall forget him ; the worm
39. 15 forgetteth that the foot may crush them
Psa, 9. 12 he forgetteth not the cry of the humble
10. 1 1 hath said in his heart, God hath forgotten
10. 12 Arise, O LORD, .forget not the humble
13. i How long wilt thou forget me, O LORD?
42. 9 Why hast thou forgotten me? why go I
44. 17 yet have we not forgotten thee, neither
44. 20 If we have forgotten the name of our God
44. 24 forgettest our affliction and our oppres.?
45. 10 forget also thine own people, and thy fa.
50. 22 Now consider this, ye that forget God
59. ii Slay them not, lest rny people forget
74. 19 forget not the congregation of thy poor
74. 23 Forget not the voice of thine enemies
77. 9 Hath God forgotten to be gracious?
78. 7 and not forget the works of God, but
78. 1 1 And forgat his works, and his wonders
102. 4 My heart is smitten . . so that I forget to
103. 2 Bless the LORD . . forget not all his benefits
106. 13 They soon forgat his works ; they waited
106. 21 They forgat God their Saviour, which
119. 16 thy statutes : I will not forget thy word
119. 61 robbed me. .1 have not forgotten thy law
119. 83 like a bottle, .do I not forget thy statutes
119. 93 I will never forget thy precepts : for with
119. 109 in my hand : yet do I not forget thy law
119. 139 mine enemies have forgotten thy words
119. 141 despised; (yet) do not I forget thy prec.
119. 153 Consider, .for I do not forget thy law
119. 176 for I do not forget thy commandments
137. 5 If I forget, .let my right hand forget
Prov. 2. 17 and forgetteth the covenant of her Go I
3. i ily son. forget not my law ; but let thine
4. 5 get understanding: forget (it) not ; in it h.
31. 5 Lest they drink, and forget the law, and
31. 7 Let him drink, and forget his poverty
Isa. 17. 10 Because thou hast forgotten the God of
49. 14 /ion said, .my Lord hath forgotten me
49. 1 5 Can a woman forget her sucking child
49 15 they may forget, yet will I not forget
51.13 forgettest the LORD thy Maker, that hath
54. 4 thou shalt forget the shame of thy youth
Jer. 2. 32 Can a maid forget her ornaments
2. 32 yet my people have forgotten me days
3. 21 they have forgotten the LORD their God
33. 25 thou hast forgotten me, and trusted in
18. 15 my people hath forgotten me, they have
23. 27 as their fathers have forgotten my name
30. 14 All thy lovers have forgotten thee
44. 9 Have ye forgotten the wickednew of
50. 6 they have forgotten their resting place
Lam. 5. 20 Wherefore dost thou forget us for ever
Eze. 22. 12 and hast forgotten me, saith the Lord G.
23. 35 Because thou hast forgotten me, and
Hos. 2. 13 she went after her lovers, and forgat me
4. 6 thou hast forgotten the law of thy God
4. 6 I will also forget thy children
8. 14 For Israel hath forgotten his Maker
13. 6 filled, .therefore have they forgotten me
Amos 8. 7 I will never forget any of their works
4. To forget about, ftrtXavOavonai epilanthanomai.
Matti6. 5 his disciples, .had forgotten to take bread
Mark 8. 14 (the disciples) had forgotten to take brt.
Lukei2. 6 not one of them is forgotten before God
Phil. 3. 13 forgetting those things which are behind
Heb. 6. 10 God (Is) not unrighteous to forget your
13. 16 to do good and to communicate forget
Jas. i. 24 forgettt-th what manner of msn lie was
5. To forget utterly, fK\av6dvo/jiai eklanthanomai.
Heb. 12. 5 ye have forgotten the exhortation which
6. To receiveforgetfulness, Aa^t/Sacw \49tivlambanG.
2 Pe. x. 9 hath forgotten that he was purged from
FORGET, to cause to
To cause to forget, ny? shakach, 5.
Jer. 23. 27 Which think to cause my people to forget
FORGET, to make
To cause to forget, n^j nashah, 3.
Gen. 41. 51 God. .hath made me forget all my toil
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FORGETFUL
| Forgetfulness, iiti\-nffjj.o>r^ epilesmone".
Jag. i. 25 he being not a forgetful hearer, but a
FORGETFUL 367 FORMER
FORGETFTTL, to be
To forget also or besides, 4iriXa.v6a.vonai epilantha.
Heb. 13. 2 Be not forgetful to entertain strangers
FORGETFULNESS
Forgetfidness, n;e
;
j ncshiyyah.
Psa. 88. 12 thy righteousness in the land of forget. ?
FORGIVE, to
1.7*0 cover, "!5J kaphar, 3.
Psa. 78. 38 But he. .full of compassion, forgave (their)
Jer. 18. 23 forgive not their iniquity, neither blot out
2. To lift up or away, Kyi uasa.
Gen. 50. 17 Forgive, .the trespass, .forgive the tresp.
Exodio. 17 Now therefore forgive, I pray thee, my
32. 32 Yet now, if thou wilt forgive their sin
Xum 14. IQ and as thou hast forgiven this people
Josh 24. 19 he will not forgive your transgressions
i Sa. 25. 28 forgive the trespass of thine handmaid
Psa. 25. 1 8 Look upon, .and forgive all my sins
32. 5 and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin
85. 2 Thou hast forgiven the iniquity of thy p.
99. 8 thou wast a God that forgavest them
Isa. 2. 9 humbleth. .therefore forgive them not
3. To send away, let go, nVp salach.
Num3o. 5, 8, 12 and the LORD shall forgive her
1 Ki. 8. 30 hear thou. . and when thouhearest.forgire
8. 34 forgive the sin of thy people Israel
8. 36 forgive the sin of thy servants, and of thy
8. 39 in heaven thy dwelling-place, and forgive
8. 50 And forgive thy people that have sinned
2 Ch. 6. 21 hear, .and when thou hearest forgive
6. 25 hear thou from the heavens, and forgive
6. 27 hear, .and forgive the siu of thy servants
6. 30 forgive, and render unto every man acco.
6. 39 and forgive th> people which have sinned
7. 14 will forgive their sin, and will heal their
Psa. 103. 3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities ; who

Psa. 103. 3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities ; who
Jer. 31. 34 I will forgive their iniquity, and I will re.
36. 3 that I may forgive their iniquity and
Dan. 9. 19 O Lord, forgive ; O Lord, hearken and
Amos 7. 2 O Lord GOD, forgive, I beseech thee : by
4. To loose away, a.iro\via apoluo.
Luke 6. 37, 37 forgive, and ye shall be forgiven,
6. To be gracious to, x.api 0^.0.1. charizomai.
Luke 7. 43 I suppose.. (he) to whom he forgave most
3 Co. 2. 7 So that . . ye (ought) rather to forgive (him)
2. 10 To whom ye forgive . . for if I forgave
2. 10 any thing, to whom I forgave (it), for your
12. 13 not burdensome to you? forgive me this
Eph. 4. 32 tender-hearted, forgiving one another
4. 32 as God for Christ s sake hath forgiven
Col. 2. 13 quickened . .having forgiven you all tres.
3. 13 forgiving one another, .as Christ forgave
6. To send or let off or away, aQiij/ju aphiemi.
Matt. 6. 12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive
6. 14 For if ye forgive men their trespasses
6. 14 your heavenly Father will, .forgive you
6. 15 if ye forgive not men their trespasses
6. 15 neither will your Father forgive your tr.
9. 2 Son, be of good cheer ; thy sins be forgi.
9. 5 sins be forgiven thee ; or to say, Arise
Q. 6 hath power on earth to forgive sins
12/31 All manner of sin. .shall be forgiven
12. 31 the blasphemy, .shall not be forgiven unto
12. 32 the Son of man, it shall.be forgiven him
i2. 32 it shall not he forgiven him, neither in
18. 21 Lord, how oft shall . .1 forgive him ? till
18. 27 loosed him, and forgave him the debt
18. 32 I forgave thee all that debt, because thou
18. 35 [if ye from your hearts forgive not every]
Wark 2. 5 he said. .Son, thy sins be forgiven thee
2. 7 who can forgive sins but God only?
2. 9 sins be forgiven thee ; or to say, Arise
2. 10 hath power on earth to forgive sins
3. 28 All sins shall be forgiven unto the sons
4. 12 and (their) sins should be forgiven them
ii. 25 forgive . . that your Father, .may forgive
ii. 26 [do- not forgive, neither wiil your F; f.]
Luke 5. 20 said . . Man, thy sins are forgiven thee
5. 21 Who can forgive sins, but God alone?
5. 23 Thy sins be forgiven thee ; or to say
5. 24 Son of man hath power. . to forgive sins
7. 47 Her sins, which are many, are forgiven
7. 47 but to whom little is forgiven, .loveth
7. 48 he said unto her, Thy sins are forgiven
7. 49 Who is this that forg_iveth
sins also?
11. 4 forgive us our sins : for we also forgive
12. 10 shall be forgiven him . .it shall not be fo.
17. 3 Take heed . . if he repent, forgive him
17. 4 saying, I repent : thou shalt forgive him
23. 34 [Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them]
Acts 8. 22 if perhaps the thought . . may be forgiven
Bom. 4. 7 Blessed, .they whose iniquities are forgi.
Jas.. 5. 15 committed sins, they shall be forgiven
i Jo. i. 9 he is faithful and just to forgive us
2. 12 because your sins are forgiven you for
FORGIVE frankly, to
To be gracious to, yapj^o/xoi charizomai.
Luke 7 . 42 nothing, .he frankly forgave them both
FORGIVE, ready to
/Sending away, letting go, n^p sallach.
Psa. 86. 5 thou, LORD, (art) good, and ready to forg.
FORGIVEN
To lift up or away, xya nasa.
Psa. 32. i (is he whose) transgression (is) forgiven
I*a. 33. 24 the people . .(shall be) forgiven . .iniquity
FORGIVEN, to be
1. To be covered, ns* kaphar, 7.
Deut2i. 8 And the blood shall be forgiven them
2. To be sent away, let go, n^p salach, 2.
Lev. 4. 20, 26, 31, 35 and it shall be forgiven
5. 10, 13, 16, 18 and it shall be forgiven him
6. 7 it shall be forgiven him for any thing
19. 22 the sin. .he hath done shall be forgiven
- 25, 26, 28, and it shall be forgiven
FORGIVENESS
1.^4 sending away, letting go, nn ^p sdichah.
Psa. 130. 4 But. .forgiveness with thee, that thou
Dan. 9. 9 To the Lord our God. .forgivenesses
2.A sending away, letting go, Htpfffis aphesis.
Mark 3. 29 hath never forgiveness, but is in danger
Acts 5. 31 a Saviour, .to give, .forgiveness of sins
13. 38 is preached unto you the forgiveness of
26. 1 8 that they may receive forgiveness of sins
Eph. i. 7 In whom we have, .the forgiveness of
Col. i. 14 In whom we have, .the forgiveness of
FORGIVING
1.To lift up or away, Kyi nasa.
Exod34. 7 forgiving iniquity and transgression
Numi4. 18 forgiving iniquity and transgression
2. To be gracious to, xapb/xat charizomai.
Eph. 4. 32 tender-hearted, forgiving one another
Col. 3. 13 Forbearing, .and forgiving one another
FORGOTTEN
To be forgotten, nap shakach, 2.
Job 28. 4 forgotten of the foot : they are dried up
FORGOTTEN, to be
1. To be forgotten, my) nashah, 2.
Isa. 44. 21 O Israel, thou shalt not be forgotten of
2. To be forgotten, n? ; shakach, 2.
Gen. 41. 30 the plenty shall be forgotten in the land
Deutsi. 21 shall not be forgotten out of the
Psa. 9. 1 8 the needy shall not alway be forgotten
31. 12 I am forgotten as a dead man out of
Eccl. 2. 1 6 that which now (is), .shall all be forgot.
9. 5 for the memory of them is forgotten
Isa. 23. 15 Tyre shall be forgotten seventy years
23. 1 6 thou harlot that hast been forgotten
65. 1 6 because the former troubles are forgotten
Jer. 20. ii everlasting confusion shall never be forg.
23. 40 shame, which shall not be forgotten
50. 5 covenant (that) shall not be forgotten
S.To be or become forgotten, nap shakach, 7.
Eccl. 8. 10 they were forgotten in the city where
FORGOTTEN, to cause to be
To cause to forget, Ky shakach, 3.
Lam. 2. 6 hath caused the . . sabbaths to b3 forgot.
FORK
Triple fork, jtetyp C Sp shelosh qilleshon.
1 Sa. 13. 21 for the coulters, and for the forks, and
FORM
1. Sight, appearance, vision, nxip mareh.
Job 4. 16 I could not discern the form thereof
2.Judgment, rule, B29*P inishpat.
2 Ch. 4. 7 candlesticks, .according to their form
3. Face, D JS panim.
2 Sa. 14. 20 To fetch about this form of speech hath
4.Form, sharp outline, rri tsurah.
Eze. 43. 1 1 show them the form of the house, and the
43. ii the forms thereof, .all the forms thereof
43. ii that they may keep the whole form ther.
5. Image, shadow, o^x tselem.
Dan. 3. 19 the form of his visage was changed against
6. Appearance, sight, i"> rev.
Dan. 2. 31 image . . and the form thereof (was) torri.
3. 25 form of the fourth is like the Son of God
7.Form, visage, IXFI toar.
1 Sa. 28. 14 he sr.id unto her, What fcrm (is) he of?
Isa. 52. 14 atid his form more than the sons of men
53. 2 For . . he hath no form nor comeliness
8. Pattern, form, building, m^n tabnith.
Eze. 8. 3 he put forth the form of an hand, and
8. 10 behold, every form of creeping things
10. 8 appeared . . the form of a man s hand
9.Form, fj.op^>-{\ morphe.
Marki6. 12 [he appeared in another form unto two]
Phil. 2, 6 Who, being in the form of God, thought
2. 7 took upon him the form of a servant
]Q.Form, appearance, fjidptydiffts morphdsis.
Rom. 2. 20 which hast the form of kuowledpeand of
2 Ti. 3. 5 Having a form of godliness, but denying
IT.. Type, impress, TVTTOS tupos.
R.om. 6. 17 that form of doctrine which was delivered
12. Under type, outline, t/irorviroxm hupotuposis.
2 Ti. 1.13 Hold fast the form of sound words, which
FORM, to
1. To bring forth (in pain), VQ, ^n chil, 3a.
Deut32. 1 8 and hast forgotten God that formed thee
Job 26. 13 his hand . .formed the crooked serpent
Psa. oo. 2 or ever thou hadst formed the earth and
Prov.ao 10 The great (God), that formed all. .both
2. To form, fashion, frame, constitute, ij; yat.wr.
Gen. 2. 7 the LORD God formed man (of) the dust
2. 8 there he put the man. .he had formed
2. 19 God formed every beast of the field
2 Ki.i<j. 25 of ancient times that I have formed it?
Psa. 94. 9 he that formed the eye, shall he not sect
95. 5 and his hands formed the dry (land)
Isa. 27. ii he that formed them will show them no
37. 26 Hast thou not heard . .that I . . formed it ?
43. i thus saith . .he that formed thee, O Israel
43. 7 I have formed him ; yea, I have made
43. 21 This people have I formed for myself
44. 2 LORD that made thee, and formed thee
44. 10 Who hath formed a god, or molten a
44. 21 I have formed thee ; thou(art)my servant
44. 24 he that formed thee from the womb
45. 7 I form the light, and create darkness
45. 18 God himself that formed the earth and
45. 18 he formed it to be inhabited : I (am) the
49. 5 And now, saith the LORD that formed me
Jer. i. 5 Before I formed thee in the belly I knew
10. 16 he (is) the former of all. .and Israel (is)
33. 2 the LORD that formed it, to establish it
Amos 4. 13 For, lo, he that formeth the mountains
7. i he formed grasshoppers in the beginning
Zech. 1 2. i formeth the spirit of man within him
S.To form, /j.op(f>6ca morphoo.
Gal. 4. 19 I travail in birth, .until Christ be formed
4. To shape, mould, ir\uffau> plasso.
Rom. 9. 20 say to him that formed (it), Why hast tkou
i Ti. 2. 13 For Adam was lirst formed, then Eve
FORM, \vithout
A ruin, vacancy, ^n tohu.
Gen. i. 2 And the earth was without form, and
Jer. 4. 23 and, lo, (it was) without form and void
FORMED, thing
Thing moulded or shaped, ir\dfffj.a plasma.
Horn. 9. 20 Shall the thing formed say . . Why hast
FORMED, to be
1. To be brought forth (in pain), S n, ^n chil, 4a.
Job 26. 5 Dead (things) are formed from under
2. To be formed, fashioned, framed, ny; yatsar, 2.
Isa. 43. 10 before me there was no God formed
S.To be formed, fashioned, framed, "i$; yatsar, 6.
Isa. 54. 17 No weapon that is formed against thee
4. To be moved, kneaded, formed, fil? qarats, 4.
Job 33. 6 Behold. . I also am formed out of the clay
FORMER
1. To form, constitute, fashion, frame, is; yatsar.
Jer. 51. 19 for he (is) the former of all things ; and
2. Before, eastern, ancient, iioip qadmoni.
Zech 14. 8 half of them toward the former sea
Mai. 3. 4 pleasant unto the LORD. . as in former ye
3. First, former, foremost, ] vx~! rishon.
Gen. 40. 13 after the former manner when thou wast
Nuni2i. 26 who had fought against the former king
Deut 24. 4 Her former husband, which sent her
1 Sa. 17. 30 answered him . . after the former manner
2 Ki. i. 14 the two captains of the former tlt ties with
17. 34 Unto this day they do after the former
17. 40 but they did after their former manner
Neh. 5. 15 But the former governors that (had been)
Psa. 79. 8 O remember not against us former iniqui.
89. 49 where (are) thy former loving kindnesses
Eccl. i. ii (There is) no remembrance of former
7. 10 that the former days were better than
Isa. 41. 22 let them show the former things, what
42. 9 the former things are come to pass
43. 9 who . . can . . show us former things ? let
43. 18 Remember ye not the former things
46. 9 Remember the former things of old : for
48. 3 I have declared the former things from
61. 4 shall raise up the former desolations
65. 7 therefore will I measure their former
65. 16 because the former troubles are forgot.
65. 17 and the former shall not be remembered
Jer. 34. 5 the former kings which were before tliee
36. 28 and write in it all the former words that
Dan. 1 1. 29 but it shall not be as the former, or as thi
Hag. 2. 9 shall be greater than of the former, saith
Zech. i. 4 unto whom the former prophets have
7. 7 LORD hath cried by the former prophets
7. 12 sent in his Spirit by the former prophets
8. ii I (will) not (be), .as in the former days
4. First, former, [it?") rishon.
Job 8. 8 enquire, I pray thee, of the former age
5.Before, first, Trporepos prote-ros, -ov.
Eph. 4. 22 concerning the former conversation, the
Heb. 10. 32 call to remembrance the former days, in
i Pe. i. 14 according to the former lusts in your ig.
6. First, foremost, irp<Lros protos*
Acts i. i The former treatise have I made, O The.
Rev. 21. 4 for the former things are passed away
FORMER estate
Former state or condition, ncnp gadmah.
Eze. 16. 55, 55 shall return to their former estate
1 6. 55 shall return to your former estate
FORMER (rain)
l.Sprinkling rain, rnis moreh.
Joel 2. 23 given you the former ram. .former rain
FORMER 368 FORTH
1.Sprinkling rain, TIT yoreh.
Jer. 5. 24 giveth rain, both the former and the latter
3. To 6e abundant, flow orer, .TV yarah.
Hos. 6. 3 as the latter (and) former rain unto the
FORMER things
First, firmer, foremost, ppsc"! rishon.
Isu 41. 2- let them show the former things, what
42. 9 Behold, the former things are come to p.
43. 9 who. .can. .show us former things? let
13. 18 .Remember ye not the former things
46. o Remember the former things of old : for
48. 3 I have declared the former things from
FORMER time
Face, front, o 3$panim.
Ruth 4. 7 Now this (was the manner) in former time
FORMER time, in
Yester-night, former time, ebx emesh.
Job 30. 3 wilderness in former time desolate and
FORNICATION
I. Fornication, whoredom, rm:n taznuth.
Eze. 16. 15 pouredst out thy fornications on every
16. 29 Thou hast, .multiplied thy fornication
2, Fornication, whoredom, iropveta porneia.
Matt. 5- 32 saving for the cause of fornication, cause
15. "19 For out of the heart proceed, .fornicatio
19. 9 put away his wife, except, .for foruica.
Mark 7. 21 from within, .proceed, .fornications, mil
John 8. 41 We be not born of fornication ; we have
Acts 15. 20 that they abstain from, .fornication, and
15 29 that ye abstain . . from fornication . from
21, 25 onlythat they keep themselves, .from fo.
Rom. i. 29 Being filled with.. [fornication], wicked.
1 Co. 5. i (that there is) fornication among you
5. i fornication as is not so much as named
6. 13 Now the body (is) not for fornication, but
6 18 Flee fornication. Every sin that a man
7. i (to avoid) fornication, let every man have
2 Co. 12. 21 have not repented of the. .fornication
Gal. 5. 19 Now the works of the flesh . . are . . fornic.
Kph. =:. 3 But fornication . . let it not be once named
Col. 3. 5 fornication, .inordinate affection, evil
1 Th. 4. 3 that ye should abstain from fornication
Rev. 2. 21 space to repent of her fornication ; and
9. 21 Neither repented .. of their fornication
14. 8 the wine of the wrath of her fornication
17. 2 drunk with the wine of her fornication
17. 4 abominations and filthiness of her forni.
18. 3 the wine of the wrath of her fornication
ic,. 2 did corrupt the earth with her ioruicati.
FORNICATION, to cause to commit
To cause to commit fornication, .IJT zanah, it.
2 Ch.2i. ii caused the inhabitants, .to commit torn.
FORNICATION, to commit
1.7*0 commit fornication, nil zanah.
Isa. 23. 17 and shall commit fornication with all
Eze. 1 6. 26 Thou hast also committed fornication
2.7V) commit fornication, iropvevca porneuii.
i Co. 6. 18 but he that committeth fornication sin.
10. 8 Neither let us commit fornication, as
Rev. 2. 14 sacrificed unto idols, and to commit forn
2. 20 to teach, .to commit fornication, and to
17. 2 With whom the kings, .have committed f.
18. 3 have committed fornication with her, and
18. 9 kings, .who have committed fornication
FORNICATION, to give one s self over to
To commit much fornication, fKiropvt vo> ekporneuo.
.Tude 7 giving themselves over to fornication
FORNICATOR
Fornicator, iropvos pornos.
i Co. 5. 9 I wrote . . not to company with fornicators
5. 10 Yet not altogether with the fornicators
5. ii if any man. .be a fonricator, or covetous
6. 9 neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor
Heb. 12. 16 Lest there (be) any fornicator, or profane
FORSAKE, to
1.7V) cease, leave of, forbear. Tin chadal.
.Tudg 9. 1 1 Should I forsake my sweetness, and my
2. To leave, spread out, IPCJ natash.
Deut32. 15 then he forsook God (which) made him
Jndg. 6. 13 but now the LORD hath forsaken us, and
i Sa. 12. 22 the LOUD will not forsake his people for
1 Ki. 8. 57 let him not leave us, nor forsake us
2 Ki. 2i. 14 And I will forsake the remnant of mine
Psa. 78. 60 So that he forsook the tabernacle of S.
Prov. i. 8 and forsake not the law of thy mother
6. 20 and forrake not the law of thy mother
Isa. i. 6 Therefore thou hast forsaken thy people
Jer. 7. 29 the LOUD hath rejected and forsaken the
15. 6 Thou hast forsaken me, saith the Loiu>
23. 33 I will even forsake you, saith the LOKD
23. 39 I will forsake you, and the city that I
3.To forsake, leave, leave off, 215; azab.
Deut 12. 19 Take heed to thyself that thou forsake n.
14. 27 the Levite. .thou shalt not forsake him
28. to doings, whereby thou hast forsaken me
29. 25 Because they have forsaken the covenant
31. 6 he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee
31. 8 he will not fail thee, neither forsake thee
31. 16 will forsake me, and break my covenant
31. 17 I will forsake them, and I will Lnde my f.
Josh. i. 5 I will not fail thee, nor forsake thet
24. 16 God forbid that we should forsake the
24. 20 If ye forsake the LORD, and serve strange
Judg. 2. 12 forsook the LORD God of their fathers
2. 13 they forsook the LOUD, and served haal
10. 6 forsook the LORD, and served not him
10. 10 we have forsaken our God, and also served
10. 13 Vet ye have forsaken me, and served ot.
i Sa. 8. 8 wherewith they have forsaken me, and
12. 10 because we have forsaken the LORD, and
31. 7 they forsook the cities, and fled ; and the
1 Ki. 6. 13 and will not forsake my people Israel
9. 9 Because they forsook the LORD their God
11. 33 Because that they have forsaken me, and
12. 8 But he forsook the counsel of the old m.
12. 13 the king, .forsook the old men s counsel
18. 18 in that ye have forsaken the eommandm.
19. 10, 14 the children of Israel have forsaken
2 Ki 21. 22 he forsook the Lord GOD of his fathers
22. 17 Because they have forsaken me, and have
1 Ch. 10. 7 then they forsook their cities, and fled
28. 9 if thou forsake him, he will cast thee off
28. 20 will not fail thee, nor forsake thee, until
2 Ch. 7. 19 But if ye turn away, and forsake my
7. 22 Because they forsook the LORD God of
10. 3 he forsook the counsel which the old men
10. 13 king Rehoboam forsook the counsel of
12. i he forsook the law of the LORD, and all
12. 5 Thus saith the LORD, Ye have forsaken me
13. 10 we have not forsaken him ; and the priests
13. 1 1 we keep the charge . . but ye have forsaken
15. 2 if ye forsake him, he will forsake you
21 10 because he had forsaken the LORD God of
24 20 forsaken the LORD, he hath also forsaken
24. 24 because they had forsaken the LORD God
28. 6 because they had forsaken the LORD God
20. 6 For our fathers .. have forsaken him, and
34. 25 Because they have forsaken me, and have
Ezra 8. 22 his wrath (is) against all them that forsake
9. 9 yet our God hath not forsaken us in our
p. 10 for we have forsaken thy commandments
Neh. g. 17 ready to pardon, .and forsookest them
o 19 thou. .forsookest them not in the wilder
(). 31 thou didst not utterly . . forsake them : for
10 30 we will not forsake the house of our God
Job 6. 14 he forsaketh the fear of the Almighty
20. 13 (Though) he spare it, and forsake it not
20. 19 he hath oppressed (and) forsaken the poor
Psa. 9. 10 for thou, LORD, hast not forsaken them
22 i My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken
27 9 leave me not, neither forsake me, O God
27 10 When my father and my mother forsake
37 8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath . fret
37 28 For the LORD, .forsaketh not his saints
38. 21 Forsake me not, O LORD : O my God, be
71. 9 forsake me not when my strength faileth
71. ii Saying, God hath forsaken him: persecute
71. 18 forsake me not, until I have showed thy
89 30 If his children forsake my law, and walk
94. 14 neither will he forsake his inheritance
119 81 will keep thy statutes : () forsake me
:ig. 53 because of the wicked that forsake thy
119. 87 had almost consumed, .but I forsook not
Prov. 2. 17 Which forsaketh the guide of her youth
3. 3 Let not mercy and truth forsake thee
4. 2 good doctrine, forsake ye not my law
4. 6 Forsake her not, and she shall preserve
9. 6 Forsake the foolish, and live; and go in
15. 10 grievous unto him that forsaketh the way
27. 10 thy father s friend, forsake not ; neither
28. 4 They that forsake the law praise the wi
28 13 whoso confesseth and forsaketh (them)
Isa. i. 4 forsaken the LORD, they have provoked
1. 28 and they that forsake the LORD shall be
41. 17 the God of Israel will not forsake them
4-?. 16 will I do unto them, and not forsake them
49 14 The LORD hath forsaken me, and my Lord
54 7 For a small moment have I forsaken thee
ss. 7 Let the wicked forsake his way, and the
58. 2 forsook not the ordinance of their God
65. 1 1 But ye (are) they that forsake the LORD
Jer. i. 16 against them, .who have forsaken me, and
2. 13 they have forsaken me, the fountain of
2. 17 in that thou hast forsaken the LORD thy
2. 19 thou hast forsaken the LORD thy God, and
5. 7 thy children have forsaken me, and sworn
5. 19 Like as ye have forsaken me, and served
9. 13 the LORD saith, Because they have forsa.
9. 19 because we have forsaken the land
12. 7 I have forsaken mine house, I have left
14. 5 and forsook (it), because there was no
1 6. ii Because your fathers have forsaken me
16. ii have forsaken me, and have not kept my
17. 13 all that forsake thee shall be ashamed
17. 13 because they have forsaken the LORD, the
19. 4 Because they have forsaken me, and have
22. 9 Because they have forsaken the covenant
35 38 He hath forsaken his covert, as the lion
51. 9 forsake her, and let us go every one into
Lam. 5. 20 Wherefore dost thou .. forsake us so long
Eze. 8. 12 the LORD hath forsaken the earth
9. 9 The LORD hath forsaken the earth, and
20. 8 neither did they forsake the idols of Eg.
Dan. ii. 30 intelligence with them that forsake the
Jon. 2. 8 They that observe lying vanities forsake
4. To fail, let alone, desist. n?l raphah, 5.
Deut. 4. 31 he will not forsake thee. neither destroy
Psa. 138. 8 forsake not the works of thine own hands
S.Apostacy from, a-irocrraffia. atro apostasia apo.
Arts 21. 21 thou teachest all the Jews .to forsake M.
6. To arrange (self) o/ or away, airora.ff(jona.i apotas.
Lukei4. 33 whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not
7. To send or let away, a<pirifj.i aphiemi.
M:itt i.,. 27 we have forsaken all, and followed thee
19. 29 And every one that hath forsaken houses
26. 56 Then all the disciples forsook him, and
Mark i. 18 And straightway they forsook their nets
14. 50 And they all forsook him, and fled
Luke 5. ii they forsook all, and followed him
8.7V) leave down in, t-y/caToAenrco eykataleipo.
Matt 27. 46 My God ! my God ! why hast thou forsa.
Markis. 34 My God ! my God ! why hast thou forsa.
2 Co. 4. 9 Persecuted, but not forsaken ; cast down
2 Ti. 4. 10 For Demas hath forsaken me, having lov.
4. ID but all (men) forsook me : (I pray God)
Heb. 10. 25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves
13. 5 I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee
9. To leave down or thoroughly, KaraKfitrta katale.
Heb. ii. 27 By faith he forsook Egypt, not fearing
2 Pe. 2. 15 Which have forsaken the right way, and
FORSAKEN
l.Widoived,forsakcnom, JC^>N alman.
Jer. 51. 5 For Israel (hatli) not (been) forsaken, nor
2. To forsake, leave, DIJ; azab.
Isa. 17. 2 cities of Aroer (are) forsaken : they shall
17. 9 his strong cities be as a forsaken bough
54. 6 hath called thee as a woman forsaken
60. 15 thou hast been forsaken and hated, so
62. 4 Thou shalt be no more termed Forsaken
Jer. 4. 29 every city (shall be) forsaken, and not a
Zeph. 2. 4 For Gaza shall be forsaken, and Ashkelou
3.7Vj be sent away, let alone, rhy shalach, 4.
Isa. 27. 10 (and) the habitation forsaken, and left like
FORSAKEN, to be
1.7*0 be left, spread out, e>B} natash. 2.
Amos 5. 2 she is forsaken upon her land ; (there is)
2.7V> be left, spread out, roj nalash, 4.
Isa. 32. 14 Because the palaces shall be forsaken
3.7V) fail, be plucked away, CTIJ nathash, 2.
Jer. 18. 14 shall the cold flowing waters, .be forsak.?
4. To be forsaken, left, 3$ azab, 2.
Neh. 13. ii said, Why is the house of God forsaken ?
Job 18. 4 shall the earth be forsaken for thee? and
Psa. 37. 25 yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken
Isa. 7. 16 land, .shall be forsaken of both her kings
62. 12 be called, Sought out, A city not forsaken
Eze. 36. 4 saith. .to the cities that are forsaken
FORSAKING
Forsaking, abandonment, ."i^ i1
. azubah.
Isa. 6. 12 and (there be) a great forsaking in the
FORSOMTTCH as
Because that, xaOoTi kathoti.
Lukeig. 9 forsomuch as he also is a son of Abraham
FORSWEAR oneself, to
To sivear against or falsely, f-irtopKeu epiorkeo.
Matt. 5. 33 Thou shalt not forswear thyself, but sha .t
FORT
1. Fort, fortification, prj dayeg.
2 Ki.25. I they built forts against It round about
Jer. 52. 4 and built forts against it round about
Eze. 4. 2 build a fort against it, and cast a mount
17. 17 and building forts, to cut off many pers.
21 22 to cast a mount, (and) to build a fort
26. 8 and he shall make a fort against thee
2. Stronghold, Tijra maoz.
Dan.n. 19 he shall turn his face toward the fort of
^.Stronghold, fortress, fl(D metsad.
Eze. 33. 27 they that (be) in the forts and in the cave*
4. Stronghold, fortress, rnp metsudah.
2 Sa. 5. 9 So David dwelt in the fort, and called it
^.Bulwark, -TTSP metsurah.
Isa. 29. 3 and I will raise forts against thee
6. Fort, high or secret place, Spy ophel.
Isa. 32. 14 the forts and towers shall be for deus for
FORT, high
High place, toirer, 23(7? misgab.
Isa. 25. 12 the fortress of the high fort of thy walls
FORTH
1.7V) go on, tfeij halak.
Psa. 126. 6 He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing
2. Without, outside, fin chuts.
Gen. 39-13 garment in her hand, and was fled forth
Judgig. 25 so the man took, .and brought her forth
4.A breach, breaking forth, ]-\$ perets.
Gen. 38. 29 and she said, How hast thou broken fo.?
i 5,/ttto tht midst, tis rb ptffov eis to meson.
Mark 3. 3 And he saith unto the man . Stand forth
6. Without, forth, fta exo.
Johnn. 43 cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come fo.
15. 6 abide not in me, he is cast forth as a bra,
19. 4 Pilate therefore went forth again, and
19. 4 I bring him forth to you, that ye may k.
19. 5 Then came Jesus forth, wearing the era
19. 13 he brought Jesus forth, and sat down in
FORTH
Acts 5. 34 and commanded to put the apostles forth
9. 40 Peter put them all forth, ,and kneeled
[See also Break, breaking, bring, brought, bud, call,
called, carry, cast, come, conduct, draw, driven, fetch,
fruit, get, give, go, going, have, hold, joy, launch, lead,
led, let, look, manifest, order, pass, proceed, poured,
put, putting, reach, send, sending, set, setter, shed,
shew, shine, shoot, show, sing, speak, spread, spreadest
spring, stand, stretch.stretched, take, thousands,write.]
FORTH of or without
1. Unto from the house of, n^p-^N el mib-beth.
2 Ki. ii. 15 Have her forth without the ranges : and
2 Ch.23- 14 Have her forth of the ranges : and whoso
2.From on, ^yp me-al.
Amos 7. 17 Israel shall, .go into captivity forth of
FORTHWITH
I. Speedily, diligently, carefully, X}13P>< osparna.
Ezra 6. 8 forthwith expences be given unto these
%. Straightway, tvQecas eutheos.
Matt 13. 5 and forthwith they sprung up, because
26. 49 forthwith he came to Jesus, and said, Ha.
Mark i. 29 forthwith, when they were come out of
i. 43 charged him, and [forthwith] sent him
5. 13 And forthwith Jesus gave them leave
Acts 12. 10 forthwith the angel departed from him
21. 30 and forthwith the doors were shut
3. Straightway, evOvs euthus.
John 19. 34 forthwith came thereout blood and wat
4. With the thing itself, therewith, irapaxprj/jia par.
Acts 9. 1 8 he received sight [forthwith], and arose
FORTIETH
Forty, D y^HK arbaim.
Num33: 38 in the fortieth year after the children of
Deut. i. 3 it came to pass in the fortieth year, in
1 Ch.26. 31 In the fortieth year of the reign of David
2 Ch.i6. 13 died in the one and fortieth year of his
FORTIFIED
Muhuark, lixp matsor.
Mic. 7. 12 the fortified cities, and from the_fortress
FORTIFY, to
1.7V) strengthen, harden, fDK amats, 3.
Nah. 2. i make, .loins strong, fortify, .power migh.
2. To fence, is? batsar, 3.
Isa. 22. 10 the houses have ye broken down to forti.
Jer. 51. 53 and though she should fortify the height
3. To strengthen, pin chazaq, 3.
2 Ch.ii. ii he fortified the strongholds, and put
26. 9 Uzziah built towers, .and fortified them
Nah. 3. 14 fortify thy strongholds : go into clay
4.7V) leave, 3$ azab.
Neh. 3. 8 they fortified Jerusalem unto the broad
4. 2 will they fortify themselves? will they
5. 7V> bind together, fortify, iii tsur.
Judg. 9. 31 behold, they fortify the city against thee
FORTRESS
1.Fenced place, iyap mibtsar.
Isa. 17. 3 The fortress also shall cease from Ephra.
25. 12 the fortress of the high fort of thy walls
34. 13 nettles and brambles in the fortresses
Jer. 6. 27 I have set thee. .a tower, .a fortress am.
Hos. 10. 14 all thy fortresses shall be spoiled, as Sh.
Amos 5. 9 spoiled shall come against the fortress
2. Stronghold, liya maoz.
Jer. 16. 19 O LORD, my strength, and my fortress
Dan. ii. 7 and shall enter into the fortress of the
ii. 10 return, and be stirred up. .to his fortress
3. Fortress, bulwark, nyxo metsudah.
2 Sa. 22. 2 The LORD (is) my rock, and my fortress
Psa. 18. 2 the LORD (is) my rock and my fortress
31. 3 For thou (art) my rock and my fortress
71. 3 for thou (art) my rock and my fortress
91. 2 (He is) my refuge and my fortress
144. 2 My goodness, and my fortress ; my high
4.Buhvark, 11x9 matsor.
Jer. 10. 17 Gather up. .O inhabitant of the fortress
Mic. 7. 12 and from the fortress even to the river
FOR-TU-NA -TTTS, *opToui/aroy (from Latin), for
tunate.
A Corinthian Christian mentioned by Paul.
i Co.i6. 17 I am glad of the coming of . .F. and Ach.
FORTY
I.Forty, C yanx arbaim.
Gen. 5. 13 Cainan lived, .eight hundred and forty
7. 4, 12 upon the earth forty days and forty
7. 17 the flood was forty days upon the earth
8. 6 it came to pass at the end of forty days
1 8. 28 And he said, If I find there forty and five
18. 29 Peradventure there shall be forty found
18. 29 he said, I will pot do (it) for forty s sake
25. 20 Isaac was forty years old when he took
26. 34 Esau was forty years old when he took
32. 15 forty kine, and ten bulls, twenty she asses
47. 28 age of Jacob was an hundred forty and se.
50. 3 forty days were fulfilled for him ; for so
Exodib. 35 children of Israel did eat manna forty
24. 18 in the mount forty days and forty nights
26. 19 thou shalt make forty sockets of silver
sC\ 21 their forty sockets (of) silver; two sockets
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Exod34. 28 with the LORD forty days and forty nights
36. 24 forty sockets of silver he made under
36. 26 their forty sockets of silver ; two sockets
Lev. 25. 8 shall be unto thee forty and nine years
Num. i. 21 of the tribe of Reuben, .forty and six
i. 25 of the tribe of Gad. .forty and five
i. 33 of the tribe of Ephraim .. forty thousand
1. 41 of the tribe of Asher. .forty and one tho.
2. 1 1 And his host . . forty and six thousand
2. 15 And his host, .forty and five thousand
2. 19 And his host, .forty thousand and five
2. 28 And his host, .forty and one thousand
13. 25 And they returned . .after forty days
14. 33 your children shall wander . .forty years
14. 34 in which ye searched the land . .forty days
14. 34 shall ye bear your iniquities, .forty years
26. 7 of them were forty and three thousand
26. 1 8 of them, forty thousand and five hundred
26 41, 50 were numbered of them, .forty and
33. 13 he made them wander, .forty years, until
35. 6 to them ye shall add forty and two cities
35. 7 give to the Levites. .forty and eight cities
Deut. 2. 7 these forty years the LORD thy God (hath
8. 2 LORD thy God led thee these forty years
8. 4 neither did thy foot swell, these forty ye.
9. 9 then I abode . .forty days and forty nights
9. it at the end of forty days and forty nights
9. 18, 25 fell down, .forty days and forty nights
10. 10 1 stayed, .forty days and forty nights
25. 3 Forty stripes he maygive him . . not exceed
29. 5 I have led you forty years in the wilder.
Josh. 4. 13 About forty thousand prepared for war
5. 6 the children of Israel walked forty years
14. 7 Forty years old (was) I when Moses the
14. 10 the LORD hath kept me alive, .these forty
21. 41 All the cities, .forty and eight cities with
Judg. 3. ii And the land had rest forty years. And
5. 8 was there a shield . . seen among forty th.
5. 31 And the land had rest forty years
8. 28 the country was in quietness forty years
12. 6 and there fell, .forty and two thousand
12. 14 he had forty sons and thirty nephews
13. i into the hand of the Philistines forty ye.
1 Sa. 4. 18 And he had judged Israel forty years
17. 16 the Philistine . . presented himself forty
2 Sa. 2. 10 Ish-bosheth, Saul s son, (was) forty years
5. 4 David, .thirty years old. .reigned forty
10. 18 David slew, .forty thousand horsemen
15. 7 it came to pass after forty years, that Ab.
i Ki. 2. ii David reigned over Israel .. forty years
4. 26 Solomon had forty thousand stalls of
6. 17 the temple before it, was forty cubits
7. 3 the beams, that (lay) on forty five pillars
7. 38 one laver contained forty baths, .every la.
11. 42 Solomon reigned in Jerusalem, .forty ye.
14. 21 Rehoboam . .forty and one years old when
15. 10 forty and one reigned he in Jerusalem
19. 8 went, .forty days and forty nights unto
2 Ki. 2. 24 and tare forty and two children of them
8. 9 of every good thing of Damascus, forty
10. 14 two and forty men ; neither left he auy
12. i and forty years reigned he in Jerusalem
14. 23 began to reign in Samaria, .forty and one
1 Ch. 5. 18 four and forty thousand seven hundred
12. 36 of Asher. .expert in war, forty thousand
19. 18 David slew, .forty thousand footmen
29. 27 he reigned over Israel, .forty years ; seven
2 Ch. 9. 30 Solomon reigned in Jerusalem, .forty ye.
12. 13 Rehoboam (was) one and forty years old
22. 2 Forty and two years old (was) Ahaziah
24. i and he reigned forty years in Jerusalem
Ezra 2. 8 of Zattu, nine hundred forty and five
2. 10 of Bani, six hundred forty and two
2. 24 the children of Azmaveth, forty and two
2. 25 seven hundred and forty and three
2. 34 of Jericho, three hundred forty and five
2. 38 Pashur, a thousand two hundred forty
2. 66 their mules, two hundred forty and five
Neh. 5. 15 and wine, besides forty shekels of silver
7. 13 of Zattu, eight hundred forty and five
7. 15 of Binnui, six hundred forty and eight
7. 28 The men of Beth-azmaveth, forty and two
7. 29 Buroth, seven hundred forty and three
7. 36 of Jericho, three hundred forty and five
7. 41 of Pashur, a thousand two hundred forty
7. 44 The singers, .an hundred forty and eight
7. 62 of Nekoda, six hundred forty and two
7. 67 and they had two hundred forty and five
7. 68 their mules, two hundred forty and five
9. 21 forty years didst thou sustain them in the
11. 13 chief of the fathers, two hundred forty
Job 42. 1 6 lived Job an hundred and forty years
Psa. 95. 10 Forty years long was I grieved with (this)
Jer. 52. 30 captive of the Jews seven hundred forty
Eze. 4. 6 iniquity of the house of Judah forty
29. ii neither shall it be inhabited forty years
29. 12 the cities, .shall be desolate forty years
29. 13 At the end of forty years will I gather the
41. 2 he measured the length thereof, forty
46. 22 courts joined of forty, .long, and thirty
Amos 2. 10 led you forty years through the wilder.
5. 25 Have ye offered, .offerings, .forty years
Jon. 3. 4 Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be
2.Forty. rfffffapaKOtra. tcssarakonta, rffffffpdKov.
Matt. 4. 2 had fasted forty days and forty nights
Mark i. 13 he was there in the wilderness forty
Luke 4. 2 Being forty days tempted of the devil
John 2. 20 Then said the Jews, Forty and six! years
Acts i. 3 being seen of them forty days, and speak.
4. 22 For the man was above forty years old
7. 30 when forty years were expired, there ap.
FOULED
Acts 7. 36 wonders, .in the wilderness forty years
7. 42 sacrifices, .forty years in the wilderness?
13. 21 gave. .Saul, .by the space of forty years
23. 13 they were more than forty which had
23. 21 for there lie in wait for him. .forty men
2 Co. ii. 24 Of the Jews five times received I forty
Heb. 3. 9 proved me, and saw my works forty years
3. 17 But with whom was he grieved forty yea.?
Rev 7. 4 sealed an hundred (and) forty, .four thou.
ii. 2 holy city shall they tread under foot forty
13. 5 unto him to continue forty, .two months
14. i and with him an hundred forty, .four
14. 3 could learn that song but the hundred, .f.
21. 17 he measured.. an hundred.. forty, .fourc.
FORTY. . .thousand
Four myriad, W3n. (or isi) yy]K arba ribbo.
Ezra 2. 64 The whole . . forty and two thousand three
Neh. 7. 66 The whole . . forty and two thousand three
FORTY years old
Forty years time, Teenropo/covTotTTjs xP >/or -
Acts 7. 23 when he was full forty years old, it came
FORTY years, of
Forty years, recro opa/coi ToeT^s tessarakontaetes.
Acts 13. 1 8 about the time of forty years suffered he
FORWARD
1. Yonder, beyond, henceforth, ^lon haleah.
Num32. 19 not. .on yonder side Jordan, or forward
i Sa. 10. 3 Then shalt thou go on forward from the.
18. 9 Saul eyed David from that day . .forward
Eze 39. 22 LORD their God from that day and forw.
43. 27 and (so) forward, the priests shall make
2. To go on, T^n halak.
Gen. 26. 13 went forward, and grew until he became
Z.And upward, "i^ysi u-malah.
1 Sa. 16. 13 came upon David from that day forward
30. 25 it was (so) from that day forward, that
4. To the front, D iD^ le-phaiiim.
Jer. 7. 24 and went backward, and not forward
Eze. 10. 22 they went every one straight forward
5. Before, CIJD qedem.-
Job 23. 8 Behold, I go forward, but he (is) not
6. Speedy, hasty, cirovo aios spoudaiot.
2 Co. 8. 17 being more forward, of his own accord
FORWARD, to be
1.7V) wish, will, 6(\a> thelo.
2 Co. 8. 10 to do, but also to be forward a year ago
2.7V) hasten, make speed, a-irovSd^u S2)oudazo.
Gal. 2. 10 the same which I also was forward to do
FORWARD, to go
To lift up, remove, journey, yp} nasa.
Exodi4. 15 children of Israel, that they go forward
Num. 2. 24 they shall go forward in the third rank
10. 5 that lie on the east parts shall go forward
FORWARD, to set
1.7*0 cause to go up, advance, promote, ^>y; yaal, 5.
Job 30. 13 They mar my path, they set forward my
2. To remove, lift -up, journey, J?5J nasa.
Num. i. 51 when the tabernacle setteth forward, the
2. 17 Then the tabernacle .. shall set forward
2. 17 as they encamp, so shall they set forward
2. 34 and so they set forward, every one after
4. 5 And when the camp setteth forward, Aa.
4.15 sanctuary, as the camp is to set forward
10. 17 the sons of Merari set forward bearing
10. 18 the standard . .of Reuben set forward ae.
10. 21 the Kohathites set forward, bearing the
10. 22 the standard, .of Ephraim set forward ac.
10. 25 the standard, .of Dan set forward
10. 28 the journeyings. .when they set forward
10. 35 came to pass, when the ark set forward
21. 10 the children of Israel set forward, and
22. i the children of Israel set forward, and
FORWARDNESS
Speed, haste, ffirovS-fi spoude.
2 Co. 8. 8 but by occasion of the forwardness of
FORWARDNESS of mind
Readiness of mind, irpoOvpia prothumia.
2 Co. 9. 2 For I know the forwardness of your mind
FOTTL
Unclean, atcdOapros akathartos.
Mark 9 25 he rebuked the foul spirit. saying unto
Rev. 1 8. 2 the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage
FOUL weather
Winter, a pouring out (of rain), xe
A"6" cheimon.
Matt 16. 3 And in the morning, .foul weather to day
FOTTL, to
To foul, trample, trouble, iffSI raphas.
Eze. 32. 2 earnest forth . . and fouledst their riven
34. 18 but ye must foul the residue with your
FOTTL, to be
To smear, become, smeared, npn chamar, la.
Job 16. 16 My face is foul with weeping, and on
FOULED, that which., have
Foul or trampled thing, fcsip mirpas.
Eze. 34. 19 they drink that which ye have fouled
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FOUND 370 FOUNTAIN
FOUND, to
1. To found, lay a foundation, ip; yasad.
Psa. 24. 2 For he hath founded it upon the seas, and
89. 1 1 the fulness thereof, tliou hast founded
104. 8 unto the place which thou hast founded
119* 152 that thou hast founded them for ever
Prov. 3. 19 The Loni> by wisdom hath founded the
Isa. 14. 32 LORD hath founded Zion, and the poor of
23. 13 the Assyrian founded it for them that
Amos 9. 6 and hath founded his troop in the earth
2. To found, 6e^(\i6d> themeliod.
Matt. 7. 25 it fell not : for it was founded upon a r.
Luke. 6. 48 not shake it., [for it was founded upon a r.]
FOUND, to be [See also FIND. ]
1 . To find, be found, KlfO matsa.
Gen. 2. 20 but for Adam there was not found an h.
Job 20. 8 He shall fly away, .and . .not be found
Psa. 32. 6 in a time when thou mayest be found
36. 2 until his iniquity be found to be hateful
Eccl. 9. 15 Now there was found in it a poor wise
2. To be found, Nyjp matsa, 2.
Gen. 18. 29, 30, 31 Peradventure there shall be., fou.
18. 32 Peradventure ten shall be found there
44. 9 whomsoever of thy servants it be found
44. 10 he with whom it is found shall be my
44. 12 the cup was found in Benjamin s sack
44. 16 and (he) also with whom the cup is found
44. 17 the man in whose hand the cup is found
47. 14 gathered up all the money that was found
Exod. 9. 19 every man and beast which shall be found
12. 19 Seven days shall there be no leaven found
21. 16 or if he be found in his hand, he shall
22. 2 If a thief be found breaking up, and be
22. 4 If the theft be certainly found in his h.
22. 7 if the thief be found, let him pay double
22. 8 If the thief be not found, then the master
35. 23 And every man, with whom was found
35. 24 every man, with whom was found shittim
Deut 17. 2 If there be found among you, within any
18. 10 There shall not be found among you
20. 1 1 all the people . . found therein shall be tri.
21. i If (one) be found slain in the land which
22. 20 virginity be not found for the damsel
22. 22 If a man be found lying with a woman
22. 28 and lie with her, and they be found
24. 7 If a man be found stealing any of his
. osh.io. 17 The five kings are found hid in a cave at
i $a. 9. 20 set not thy mind on them . .they are found
10. 2 The asses . . thou wentest to seek are fou.
10. 16 He told us. .that the asses were found
10. 21 they sought him, he could not be found
13. 19 Now there was no smith found through.
13. 22 there was neither sword nor spear found
13. 22 and with Jonathan his son was there fo.
25. 28 and evil hath not been found in thee
9 Sa. 17. 12 in some place where he shall be found
17. 13 until there be not one small stone found
i Ki. i. 52 but if wickedness shall be found in him
14. 13 because in him there is found (some) good
a Ki.is. 5 wheresoever any breach shall be found
12. 10 told the money that was found in the ho.
12. 18 all the gold (that was) found in the treasu.
14. 14 all the vessels that were found in the ho.
1 6. 8 silver and gold that was found in the ho.
18. 15 Hezekiah gave. .all. .(that was) found
K>. 13 and all that was found in his treasures
2-j. 9 gathered the money that was found in
22. 13 concerning, .this book that is found : for
23. 2 book of the covenant which was found in
25. 19 and five men . . which were found in the
25. 19 and threescore men of thepeople. .found
i Ch. 4. 41 the habitations that were found there
24. 4 there were more chief men found of the
26. 31 there were found among them mighty
28. 9 if thou seek him, he will be found of thee
29. 8 they with whom . . stones were found gave
aCii. 2. 17 they were found an hundred and fifty
15. 2 if ye seek him, he will be found of you
15. 4 and sought him, he was found of them
15. 15 Judah. .sought. . and he was found of th.
19. 3 Nevertheless there are good things found
21. 17 all the substance that was found in the
aj. 24 all the vessels that were found in the
34. 17 gathered, .the money that was found in
34. 21 the words of the book that is found
34. 30 the book of the covenant that was found
36. 8 that which was found in him, behold they
Ezra 2. 62 their register, .but they were not found
10. 18 among, .sons of the priest there were fo.
Neh. 7. 64 their register. . but it was not founa
13. i and therein was found written, that the
Esth. 6. 2 it was found written, that Mordecai hail
Job 19. 28 seeing the root of the matter is found in
28. 12 But where shall wisdom be found?
28. 13 neither Is it found in the land of the liviii!.-
42. 15 in all the land were no women found
Psa. 37. 36 I sought him, but he could not be found
Prov. 6. 31 But (if) he be found, he shal) restore tev.
10. 13 In the lips of him. wisdom is found
16. 31 (if) it be found in the way of righteous.
Isa 13. 15 Every one that is found shall be thrust
22. 3 all that are found in thee are bound
30. 14 so that there shall not be found in the
35. 9 it shall not be found there ; but the
39. 2 and all that was found in his treasures
51. 3 joy and gladness shall be found therein
55. 6 Seek ye the LORD while he may be found
65. i I am found of (them that) sought me not
65. 8 As the new wine is found in the cluster
Jer. 2. 26 As the thief is ashamed when he is found
2. 34 Also in thy skirts is found the blood of
2. 34 I have not found it by secret search, but
5. 26 For among my people are found wicked
IT. 9 A conspiracy is found among the men of
15. 16 Thy words were found, and I did eat them
29. 14 And I will be found of you, saith the L.
41. 3 and the Chaldeans that were found there
41 . 8 But ten men were found among them that
48. 27 Israel . . was he found among thieves ? for
50. 20 sins of Judah, and they shall not be found
50. 24 O Babylon .. thou art found, and also can.
52. 25 seven men. .which were found in the city
52. 25 that were found in the midst of the city
Eze. 26. 21 yet shall thou never be found again
28. 15 perfect, .till iniquity was found in thee
Dan. i. 19 among them all was found none like Da.
u. 19 shall stumble and fall, and not be found
12. i every one that shall be found written in
Hos. 14. 8 Ephraim . . From me is thy fruit found
Mic. i. 13 the transgressions of Israel were found in
Zeph. 3. 13 neither shall a deceitful tongue be found
Zech.io. 10 and (place) shall not be found for them
Mai. 2. 6 and iniquity was not found in his lips
3.7V) be found, nsp shekach, 5.
Ezra 4. 19 it is found that this city of old time hath
\. To be found, nyy shekach, 2.
Ezra 6. 2 there was found at Achmetha, in the pa.
Dan. 2. 35 that no place was found for them : and
5. ii light, .and wisdom, .was found in him
5. 12 of doubts, were found in the same Daniel
5. 14 and excellent wisdom is found in thee
527 Thou art weighed . . and art found wanting
6. 4 neither was there any . . fault found in him
6. 22 before him innocency was found in me
6, 23 no manner of hurt was found upon him
5. To become, yivo^ai pinomai.
2 Co. 7. 14 our boasting, .before Titus, is found a
FOUND out, to bo
I. To be searc/ied out, ipn chaqar, 2.
1 Ki. 7. 47 neither was the weight of the brass f. out
2 Ch. 4. 18 the weight of the brass could not be f. out
2. To be found, N?a matsa, 2.
Esth. 2. 23 inquisition was made, .it was found out
FOUNDATION
I. Socket, jnx eden.
Job 38. *6 Whereupon are the foundations thereof
2. Foundation, w~yx ashish.
Isa. 16. 7 for the foundations of Kir-hareseth shall
3. To be founded, ip; yasad, 2.
Exod 9. 18 since the foundation thereof even until
4. To be founded, tp; yasad, 4.
1 Ki. 7. 10 the foundation . . costly stones, even great
5. Foundation, iio? yesod.
2 Ch. 23. 5 a third part at the gate of the foundation
Job 4. 19 them, .whose foundation (is) in the dust
22. 16 whose foundation was overflown with a
Psa. 137. 7 Rase (it), rase . . to the foundation thereof
Prov. 10. 25 the righteous (is) an everlasting founda.
Lam. 4. ii it hath devoured the foundations thereof
Eze. 13. 14 so that the foundation thereof shall be
30. 4 her foundations shall be broken down
Mic. i. 61 will discover the foundations thereof
Hab. 3. 13 by discovering the foundation unto the
6.Foundation, nyc*. yesiidah.
Psa. 87. i His foundation (is) in the holy mountains
7.Foundation, 1^0 musad.
2 Ch. 8. 1 6 prepared unto the day of the foundation
Isa. 28. 16 Behold, I lay in Zion. .a sure foundation
8. Foundation, rnp3 musadah.
Eze. 41. 8 the foundations of the side chambers
9. Base, ji:D makon.
Psa 104. 5 (Who) laid the foundations of the earth
10. Foundation, Tpi? massad.
i Ki. 7. 9 even from the foundation unto the coping
11. Foundation, prince, column, ny shath.
Psa, ii. 3 If the foundations be destroyed, what can
12.Foundation, anything laid, 0fpf\ios themelios.
Luke 6. 48 digged deep, and laid the foundation on
6. 49 is like a man that without a foundation
14. 29 Lest haply, after lie hath laid the founda.
Acts 16. 26 so that the foundations of the prison were
Rom 15. 20 I should build upon another man s foun.
i Co. 3. 10 I have laid the foundation, and another
3. ii For other foundation can no man lay
3. 12 if any man build upon this foundation
Eph. 2. 20 are built upon the foundation of the ap.
1 Ti. 6. 19 Laying up. .a good foundation against
2 Ti. 2. 19 the foundation of God standeth sure
Heb. 6. i not laying again the foundation of repe.
u. 10 he looked for acitywhichhath foundations
Rev. 21. 14 the wall of the city had twelve founda.
21. 19 the foundations of the wall of the city
21. 19 The first foundation (was) jasper ; the
I3.A casting or laying down, founding, Kara-
&o\-fi katabole.
Matt 1 3. 35 kept secret from the foundation of the
2 5- 34 prepared for you from the foundation of
Luken. 50 which was shed from the foundation of
John 17. 24 thou lovedst uic before the foundation of
Eph. i. 4 in him before the foundation of the world
Heb. 4. 3 were finished from the foundation of the
9. 26 suffered since the foundation of the world
i Pe. i. 20 foreordained before the foundation of the
Rev. 13. 8 slain from the foundation of the world
17. 8 not written . .from the foundation, of the
FOUNDATION to be laid
1. To be founded, ip; yasad, 2.
Isa. 44. 28 even saying. .Thy foundation shall be laid
2. To be founded, 1C; yasad, 4.
1 Ki. 6. 37 fourth year was the foundation . . laid
Ezra 3. 6 But the foundation . . was not . . laid
Hag. 2. 18 the foundation of the. .temple was laid
Zech. 8. 9 the foundation of the house . . was laid
3. To befounded, np; yasad, b.
Ezra 3 n, 12 the foundation of the house was. laid
FOUNDATION, to lay for a
To found, lay as a foundation, ij; i/nund, 3,
Isa. 28. 16 I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone
FOUNDATION, to lay the
1. To found, lay n foundation, ic; yasad.
2 Ch.3i. 7 they began to lay the foundation of the
Job 38. 4 when 1 laid the foundations of the earth?
Psa. 102. 25 Of old hast thou laid the foundation of
Isa. 48. 13 Mine hand also hath laid the foundation
51. 13 and laid the foundations of the earth
51. 16 and lay the foundations of the earth
54. ii and lay thy foundations with sapphires
Zee. 12. i and layeth the foundation of the earth
2.To found, lay a foundation, ip; yasad, 3.
Josh. 6. 26 he shall lay the foundation thereof in his
1 Ki. 5. 17 stones, to lay the foundation of the house
16 34 he laid the foundation thereof in Abirara
Ezra 3. 10 when the builders laid the foundation of
3. 12 when the foundation of this house was
Zech. 4. 9 have laid the foundation of this house
FOTTNDATION of, to lay the
To found, lay foundation of, 6tnt\i6d> themeliod.
Heb. i . 10 Thou . . hast laid the foundation ef the ea.
FOTJNDATIONS
I. Foundations, rivyit oshyoth.
Jer. 50. 15 her foundations are fallen, her walls are
2. Foundations, j^x ushshin.
Ezra 4. 12 have set up. .and joined the foundations
5. 16 laid the foundation of the house of God
6. 3 let the foundations thereof be strongly
3. Foundations, nnjio mosadoth.
Deutj2. 22 and set on fire the foundations of the
2 Sa. 22. 8 the foundations of heaven moved and
22. 16 the foundations of the world were disco.
Psa. 1 8. 7 the foundations also of the hills moved
18. 15 the foundations of the world were disco.
82. 5 all the foundations of the earth are out
Prov. 8. 29 when he appointed the foundations of the
Isa. 24. 18 the foundations of the earth do shake
40. 21 have ye not understood from the founda.
58. 12 thou shalt raise up the foundations of
Jer. 31. 37 and the foundations of the earth searched
51. 26 for a corner, nor a stone for foundations
Mic. 6. 2 Hear., ye strong foundations of the earth
FOUNDER
To refine, purify, *py tsaraph.
Judgi7_ 4 and gave them to the founder, who made
Jer. 6. 29 the founder melteth in vain : for the wic.
10. 9 the work, .of the hands of the founder
10. 14 every founder is confounded by the grav.
51.17 every founder is confounded by the grav.
FOUNTAIN
l.lVell, cistern, [v.L. 112], T3 bayir.
Jer. 6. 7 As a fountain casteth out her waters, so
2. Fountain, yi3? mabbua.
Eccl.i2. 6 or the pitcher be broken at the fountain
3. Spring, fountain, |;yo mayan.
Gen. 7. 1 1 the same day were all the fountains of
8. 2 The fountains also of the deep and the
Lev. ii. 36 Nevertheless a fountain or pit, (wherein
Josh. 15. 9 unto the fountain of the water of Nepht.
1 Ki. 1 8. 560.. unto all fountains of water, and unto
2 Ch. 32. 4 who stopped all the fountains, and the
Psa. 74. 15 Thou didst cleave the fountain and the ft.
114. 8 turned., the Hint into a fountain of waters
Prov. 5. 1 6 Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad
8. 24 when, .no fountains abounding with wa.
25. 26 a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring
Song 4. 12 a spring shut up, a fountain sealed
4. 15 A fountain of gardens, a well of living w.
Isa. 41. 1 8 and fountains in the midst of tin- valleys
Hos. 13. 15 and his fountain shall be dried up : he
Joel 3. 18 a fountain shall come forth of the house
4. Fountain, iip9 maqor.
Lev. 20. 18 he hath discovered her fountain, and
20. 18 she hath uncovered the fountain of her
Psa. 36. 9 For with thee (is) the fountain of life
68. 26 Bless, .the Lord, from the fountain of Is.
Prov. 5. 18 Let thy fountain be blessed : and rejoice
13. 14 The law of the wise (is) a fountain of life
14. 27 The fear of the LORD (is) a fountain of life
Jer. 2. 13 they have forsaken me, the fountain of
9. i and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that
17. 13 the LORD, the fountain of living waters
Hos. 13. 15 his fountain shall be dried up : he shall
Zech.m. i In that day there shall be a fountain
FOUR 371 FOURSCOHB
. Spring, fountain, V]i ayin.
Gen. 1 6. 7 angel, .found her by a fountain of water
1 6. 7 by the fountain in the way to .Shur
Nuni33. 9 and in Elim. .twelve fountains of water
Deut. 8.78 land of brooks of water, of fountains
33. 28 the fountain of Jacob, .upon a land of
1 Sa. 29. i the Israelites pitched by a fountain which
2 Ch.32. 3 to stop the waters of the fountains which
Neh. 2. 14 Then I went on to the gate of the fount.
3. 15 But the gate of the fountain repaired
12. 37 at the fountain gate, which was over aga.
Prov. 8. 28 when he strengthened the fountains of
Q.Finitit, source, irijyf] pege.
Mark 5. 29 straightway the fountain of her blood
Jas. 3. ji Doth a fountain send forth at the same
3.12 [so (can) no fountain both yield salt water]
Rev. 7. 17 shall lead them unto living fountains of
8. 10 and upon the fountains of waters
14. 7 madeheaven. .and the fountains of waters
16. 4 poured out his vial upon the. .fountains of
21. 6 of the fountain of the water of life freely
FOUR
l.Four,(n>i3-ix,)y3-iK arba.
Gen. 2. io it was parted, and became into four heads
ii. 13, 15 lived, .four hundred and three years
ii. 16 Eber lived four and thirty years, and be.
11. 17 Eber lived, .four hundred and thirty yea.
14. 9 king of Ellasar ; four kings with five
15. 13 they shall afflict them four hundred years
23. 15 the land (is worth) four hundred shekels
23. 16 four hundred shekels of silver, current
32. 6 to meet thee, and four hundred men with
33. i Esau came, and with him four hundred
47. 24 four parts shall be your own, for seed of
Exodi:?. 4o sojourning, .(was)four hundred and thirty
12. 41 it came to pass at the end of the four hu.
22. i he shall restore . . four sheep for a sheep
25. 12 thou shalt cast four rings of gold for it
25. 12 and put (them) in the four corners there.
25. 26 thou shalt make for it four rings of gold
25. 26 four corners that (are) on the four feet
25. 34 in the candlestick (shall be) four bowls
26. 2, 8 the breadth of one curtain four cubits
26. 32 thou shalt hang it upon four pillars of
26. 32 gold, upon the four sockets of silver
27. 2 horns of it upon the four corners thereof
27. 4 make four braseu rings in the four corners
27. 1 6 their pillars, .four, and their sockets four
28. 17 thou shalt set in it. .four rows of stones
36. 9 the breadth of one curtain four cubits
36. 15 and four cubits (was) the breadth of one
36. 36: made thereunto four pillars (of) shittim
36. 36 and he cast for them four sockets of silv.
37. 3, 13 And he cast for it four rings of gold
37. 3 (to be set) by the four corners of it ; even
37. 13 put the rings upon the four corners that
37. 20 in the candlestick (were) four bowls made
38. 2 he made the horns, .on the four corners
38. 5 he cast four rings for the four ends of the
38. 19 pillars(were)four,,and their sockets, .four
38. 29 and two thousand and four hundred she.
39 10 And they set in it four rows of stones
Lev. ii. 20 All fowls that creep, going upon (all) four
11.21 creeping thing that goeth upon (all) four
ii. 23 creeping things, which have four feet
11.27 all manner of beasts that go on (all) four
ii. 42 whatsoever goeth upon (all) four, or what.
Num. i. 29 fifty and four thousand and four hund.
i. 31 fifty and seven thousand and four hund.
i. 37 thirty and five thousand and four hund.
1. 43 fifty and three thousand and four hund.
2. 6 fifty and four thousand and four hund.
2. 8 fifty and seven thousand and four hund.
2. 9 six thousand and four hundred, through.
2. 16 fifty and one thousand and four hund.
2. 23 (were) thirty and five thousand and four
2. 30 fifty and three thousand and four hund.
7. 7 Two wagons and four oxen he gave unto
7. 8 four wagons and eight oxen he gave unto
7. 85 two thousand and four hundred (shekels)
7. 88 peace offerings, (were) twenty and four
25. 9 those that died . . were twenty and four
26. 25, 43 threescore and four thousand and
26. 47 fifty and three thousand and four hund.
26. 50 forty and five thousand and four hund.
Deut 3. ii four cubits the breadth of it, after the
22. 12 make thee fringes upon the four quarters
Josh 19. 7 Ether, and Ashan ; four cities and their
21. 18 and Almon with her suburbs ; four cities
. 22 Beth-horon with her suburbs ; four cities
. 24 Gath-rimmon with her suburbs; four cit.
29 En-gannim with her suburbs ; four cities
. 31 and Rehob with her suburbs ; four cities
. 35 Nahalal with her suburbs ; four cities
. 39 Jazer with her suburbs ; four cities in all
Judg. 9. 34 they laid wait against Shechem in four
ii. 40 went yearly to lament, .four days in a ye.
19. 2 and was there four whole months
20. 2 four hundred thousand footmen that
20. 17 were numbered four hundred thousand
20. 47 abode in the rock Rimmon four months
21. 12 they found, .four hundred young virgins
i Sa. 4 . 2 and they slew . . about four thousand men
22. 2 there were with him about four hundred
25. 13 there went up after David about four h.
27. 7 David dwelt . . a fnil year and four months
30. 10 David pursued, he and four hundred men
30. 1 7 save four hundred young men, which rode
-2 Sa. 21. 20 four and twenty in number ; and he also
21. 22 These four were born to the giant in Gath
i Ki. 6. i And it came to pass, in the four hundred
7. 2 upon four rows of cedar pillars, with ce
7. 19 (were) of lily work in the porch, four cu.
7. 27 four cubits (was) the length of one base
7. 27 and four cubits the breadth thereof, and
7. 30 And every base had four brasen wheels
7. 30 the four corners thereof had undersetters
7. 32 And under the borders (were) four wheels
7. 34 four undersetters to the four corners of
7. 38 every laver was four cubits, .upon every
7. 42 four hundred pomegranates for the two
9. 28 gold, four hundred and twenty talents
10. 26 he had a thousand and four hundred
15. 33 to reign over all Israel, .twenty and four
18. 19 the prophets of Baal four hundred and
18. 19 the prophets of the groves four hundred
18. 22 but Baal s prophets (are) four hundred
18. 33 Fill four barrels with water, and pour
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22. 6 about four hundred men, and said unto
2 KI. 7. 3 And there were four leprous men at the
14. 13 unto the corner gate, four hundred cubits
1 Ch. 3. 5 four, of Bath-shua the daughter ofAmmon
5. 1 8 four and forty thousand seven hundred
7. i Tola, and Puah, Jashub, and Shimrom, fo.
7. 7 and two thousand and thirty and four
9. 24 In four quarters were the porters, toward
9. 26 For these Levites, the four chief porters
12. 26 Of the children of Levi, four thousand
20. 6 whose fingers and toes, .four and twenty
21. 5 Judah (was) four hundred threescore and
21. 20 his four sons with him hid themselves
23. 4 Of which, twenty and four thousand
23. 5 Moreover, four thousand (were) porters
23. 5 and four thousand praised the LORD with
23. 10 These (four) were Uie sons of Shimei
23. 12 Amram, Izhar, Hebron, and Uzziel, four
24. 18 the four and twentieth to Maaziah
25. 31 The four and twentieth to Romanti-ezer
26. 17 northward four a day, southward four a
26. 18 At Parbar westward, four at the causeway
27. i of every course . . twenty and four thous.
27. 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 his,course (were) twenty and f.
27. 10, ii, 12, 13, 14, 1 5 his course., twenty and f.
2 Ch. i. 14 he had a thousand and four hundred
4. 13 four hundred pomegranates on the two
8. 1 8 took thence four hundred and fifty talents
9. 25 Solomon had four thousand stalls for
13. 3 with . . four hundred thousand chosen men
18. 5 gathered . . of prophets four hundred men
25. 23 to the corner gate, four hundred cubits
Ezra i. 10 basons of a second . . four hundred and
1. ii All. .five thousand and four hundred
2. 7 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 15 of Adin, four hundred fifty and four
2. 31 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 40 Levites. .of Hodaviah, seventy and four
2. 67 Their camels, four hundred thirty and
Neh. 6. 4 they sent unto me four times after this
7. 12 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 23 of Bezai, three hundred twenty and four
7. 34 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 43 Levites . . of Hodevah, seventy and four
7. 69 camels, four hundred thirty and five
ii. 6 four hundred threescore and eight valiant
ii. 18 Levites. .two hundred fourscore and four
Job i. 19 and smote the four corners of the house
42. 16 Job. .saw. .his sons sons, .four generati.
Prov 30. 15 (yea), four (things) say not, (It is) enough
30. 1 8 too wonderful for me, yea, four which I
30. 21 disquieted, and for four, .it cannot bear
30. 24 There be four . . little upon the earth, but
30. 29 three, .which go well, yea, four are comely
Isa. 1 1 . 1 2 gather . . from the four corners of the earth
17. 6 four, .five in the outmost fruitful branches
Jer. 15. 3 I will appoint over them four kinds, saith
36. 23 when Jehudihad read three or four leaves
49. 36 the four winds from the four quarters of
52. 21 the thickness thereof (was) four fingers
5 . 30 all the persons (were) four thousand and
Eze. . 5 the likeness of four living creatures
6 And every one had four faces
6 and every one had four wings
8 under their wings on their four sides
8 they four had their faces and their wings
10 they four had the face of a man, and
10 they four had the face of an ox on the
10 they four also had the face of an eagle
15 by the living creatures, with his four f.
1 6 they four had one likeness : and their
17 they went upon their four sides
1 8 rings . . full of eyes round about them four
7. 2 the end is come upon the four corners of
o. 9 when I looked, behold the four wheels
o. 10 they four had one likeness, as if a wheel
o. ii they went upon their four sides; they
o. 12 wheels, .the wheels that they four had
o. 14 And every one had four faces : the first f.
o. 21 Every one had four faces .four wings
4. 21 when I send my four sore judgments upon
37. 9 Come from the four winds, O breath, and
40. 41 Four tables (were) on this side, and four
40. 42 And the four tables (were) of hewn stone
41. 5 the breadth of . . side chamber, four cubits
42. 20 He measured it by the four sides : it had
43. 14 to the greater settle (shall be) four cubits
43. 15 So the altar (shall be) four cubits ; and
43. 15 from the altar and upward, .four horns
43. 16 altar, .square in the four squares thereof
43. 17 and fourteen broad in the four squares
43. 20 on the four horns, .and on the four corn.
45. 19 upon the four corners of the settle of the
46. 21 caused me to pass by the four corners of
Eze. 46. 22 In the four corners of the court, .courts
46. 22 these four corners (were) of one measure
46. 23 And . . a row . . round about them four
48. 16, 16, 16, 16, 30, 32, 33, 34 four thousand and
Dan. i. 17 As for these four children, God gave thou
8. 8 for it came up four notable ones 1. 1. four
8. 22 whereas four stood up for it, four kingd
10. 4 in the four and twentieth day of the first
11. 4 shall be divided toward the four winds of Amos i. 3 , 6, 9, ji, 13 For three trans. . .and for four
2.1,4,6 For three transgressions . . and for four
Hag. i. 15 In the four and twentieth day of the sixth
2. 10 In the four and twentieth (day) of the
2. 18 from the four and twentieth day of the
2. 20 the word . .came unto Haggai in the four
Zecn. i. 7 Upon the four and twentieth day of the
i. 18 Then . . I . .saw, and behold four horns
1. 20 And the LORD showed me four carpenters
2. 6 I have spread you abroad as the four wi.
6. i there came four chariots out from betw.
6. 5 These (are) the four spirits of the heavens
Ezra 6. 17 two hundred rams, four hundred lambs
Dan. 3. 25 I see four men loose, walking in the midst
7. 2 the four winds of the heaven strove upon
7. 3 four great beasts came up from tire sea
7. 6 upon the back of it four wings of a fowl
7. 6 the beast had also four heads ; and dom.
7. 17 These, .beasts, which are four, (are) four
3. Four, Tfcrffapfs tessares.
Matt 24. 31 shall gather together., from the four winds
Mark 2. 3 sick of the palsy, which was borne of four
13. 27 shall gather together., from the four winds
Luke 2. 37 a widow of about fourscore and four years Johm i. 17 he had (lain) in the grave four days already
19. 23 made four parts, to every, soldier a part
Acts 10. 1 1 a great sheet knit at the four corners
11. 5 let down from heaven by four corners
12. 4 delivered (him) to four quaternions of
21. 9 the same man had four daughters, virgins
21. 23 We have four men which have a vow on
27. 29 they cast four anchors out of the stern
Rev. 4. 4 round about the throne (were) four and
4. 4 and upon the seats I saw four and twenty
4. 6 round about the throne, (were) four bea.
4. 8 the four beasts had each of them six wi.
4. 10 The four and twenty elders fall down be.
5. 6 in the midst, .of the four beasts, and in
5. 8 when he had taken the book, the four
5. 8 and four (and) twenty elders fell down
5. 14 And the four beasts said, Amen. And
5. 14 the four (and) twenty elders fell down
6. i I heard . . one of the four beasts saying
6. 6 I heard a voice in the midst of the four
7. i I saw four angels standing on the four c
7. i holding the four winds of the earth
7. 2 cried with a loud voice to the four angels
7. 4 sealed an hundred, .forty, .fourthousand
7. ii and (about) the elders, and the four beas.
9. 13 I heard a voice from the [four] horns of
9. 14 Loose the four angels which are bound in
9. 15 the four angels were loosed, which were
ii. 16 the four and twenty elders which sat
14. i with him an hundred forty, .four thousa.
14. 3 and before the four beasts, and the elders
14. 3 but the hundred . forty, .four thousand
15. 7 one of the four beasts gave unto the seven
19. 4 the four and twenty elders, and the four
20. 8 the nations which are in the four quarters
21. 17 measured, .an hundred, .forty, .four cub.
4. Fourth, ftrapros tetartos.
Acts 10. 30 Four days ago I was fasting until this h.
FOUR (days, months, hundred, thousand)
1. Four months, (the space of), Terpa/urjcoi/, -oy.
John 4. 35 Say not ye, There are yet four months
2. Belonging to fourth day, rfraprcuos tetartaios.
Johnn. 39 hestinketh: forhehathbeen(dead)fourd.
3. Four thousand, rfTpaKiffx^ oi tetrakischilioi.
Mattis. 38 they that did eat were four thousand men
16. TO Neither the seven loaves of the four tho.
Mark 8. 9 they that had eaten were about four tha
8. 20 when the seven among four thousand
Acts 21. 38 leddest out. .four thousand men that
4. Four hundred, rfrpaKocrtoi tetrakosioi.
Acts 5. 36 to whom a number of men, about four t
7. 6 and entreat (them) evil four hundred ye.
13. 20 about the space of four hundred andlfty
Gal. 3. 17 the law, which was four hundred and th.
FOUR and twenty
Twenty fovr, f<Ko<riTcr(rapes eikositessares.
Rev. 5. 14 the [four (and) twenty elders] fell down
FOUR fold
1.Four fold. Q-
ny3~!>< arbatayim.
2 Sa. 12. 6 he shall restore the lamb four fold, beca.
2. Four fold, T6TpairA.Jos tetraploos.
Luke 19. 8 by false accusation, I restore, .four fold
FOUR footed beast
Four footed, quadruped, Tfrpairovs letrapints.
Acts 10. 12 Wherein, .all manner of four footed bea.
ii. 6 I considered, and saw four footed beasts
Rom. i. 23 and four footed beasts, aud creeping
FOURSCORE
I. Eighty, C KK? shemoniin.
Gen. 16. 16 Abram (was) fourscore and six years oW.
FOURSQUARE 372 FRAGMENT
Gen 35 28 Isaac were an hundred and fourscore y.
j
Exod 7 7 Moses (was) fourscore. .Aaron fourwon
Num 3 Q an hundred thousand and fourscore tho.
4 48 eight thousand and five hundred and fou.
Josh 14. 10 I (am) this day fourscore and five years
Judg T, jo And the land had rest fourscore years
1 Sa 22 1 8 slew on that day fourscore and five per.
2 Sa 10 12 Barzillai was a very aged man. .fourscore
19 35 I (am) this day fourscore years old. .can
i Ki 515 fourscore thousand hewers in the moun.
12 -i hundred and fourscore thousand chosen
2 Ki o. 25 until an ass s head was (sold) lor fourscore
u) ..4 Jehu appointed fourscore men without
,,, 35 an hundred fourscore and five thousand
1 Ch 7. 5 reckoned in all . .fourscore and seven th.
1 5 9 Eliel the chief, and his brethren fourscore
25. 7 all . . was two hundred fourscore and eight
2 Ch. 2. 2 fourscore thousand to hew in the moun.
2 18 fourscore thousand (to be) hewers in the
ii. i hundred and fourscore thousand chosen
14! 8 two hundred and fourscore thousand
1 7- i 5 two hundred and fourscore thousand
17 1 8 an hundred and fourscore thousand
26! 17 with him fourscore priests of the LORD
Kzra 8. 8 Zebadiah . . and with him fourscore males
Neh. 7. 26 Netophah, an hundred fourscore and
ii. 1 8 Levites. .two hundred fourscore and four
Esth i 4 many days., an hundred and fourscore
Psa go. 10 and if by reason of strength .. fourscore
Song 6. 8 There are threescore queens, and foursc.
Isa 37 36 a hundred and fourscore and five thou.
Jer. 41. 5 there came . . from Samaria . . fourscore
2 Eighty, oySoitKovTa ogdockonta.
Luke 2 37 And she (was) a widow of about fourscore
1 6. 7 he said.. Take thy bill, and write fours.
FOURSaUARE
1. Fourth, y^n rebii.
Eze. 48. 20 ye shall offer the holy oblation foursquare
2. To befoul-square, yyi rain.
Exod
-
2 7. i the altar shall be foursquare : and the
28. 16 Foursquare it shall be, (being) doubled
30. 2 foursquare shall it be ; and two cubits
37 -5 he made the incense altar, .foursquare
38 i And he made the altar, .foursquare
39. 9 It was foursquare ; they made the
8. To be foursquare, W! raba, 4.
i Ki 7. 31 gravings with their borders, foursquare
Eze. 40. 47 and an hundred cubits broad, foursquare
l.Four cornered, Tfrpayuvos tetragonos.
Rev. 21. 16 the city lieth foursquare, and the length
FOURTEEN
,
Gen 31 41 I served thee fourteen years for thy two
46. 22 sons of Rachel, .all the souls (were) fou.
Num. i. 27 threescore and fourteen thousand and
2. 4 threescore and fourteen thousand and
1 6. 49 Now they that died . . were fourteen tho.
29 13, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32 fourteen lambs of the
29! 1 5 tenth . . to each lamb of the fourteen lambs
Josh 15. 36 of Judah. .fourteen cities with their vil.
18. 28 of Benjamin, .fourteen cities with their
i Ki. 8. 65 seven days and seven days . . fourteen days
1 Ch. 25. 5 God gave to Heman fourteen sons and
2 Ch! 13 21 Abijah .. married fourteen wives, and
Job 42. 12 for he had fourteen thousand sheep
Eze. 43. 17 settle .. fourteen . .long and fourteen br.
^.Fourteen, titKartcrffapfs dekatessares.
Matt. i. 17 from Abraham to David .. fourteen gener.
i. 17 away into Babylon (are) fourteen genera.
1.17 unto Christ (are) fourteen generations
2 Co 12 2 I knew a man in Christ above fourteen
Gal. 2. i Then fourteen years after I went up again
FOURTEENTH
1. Four (and) ten, *?% nyy}H,n-!.v%V3~l* arbaah asar.
Gen. 14. 5 in the fourteenth year cameChedorlaomer
Exod 1 2. 6 shall keep it up until the fourteenth day
12 18 In the first (month), on the fourteenth day
Lev. 23. 5 In the fourteenth, .of the first month at
Num. o. 3 In the fourteenth day of this month, at
9. 5 they kept the passover on the fourteenth
q. 1 1 The fourteenth day of the second month
28. 16 in the fourteenth day of the first month
Josh 5. 10 kept the passover on the fourteenth day
2 Ki 18. 13 in the fourteenth year of king Hezekiah
i Ch ^4 13 to Huppah, the fourteenth to Jeshebeab
-5 21 The fourteenth to Mattithiah . . his sons
2 Ch 30. 15 they killed the passoveron the fourteenth
35. i they killed the passover on the fourteenth
Ezra 6. 19 kept the passover upon the fourteenth
K-ith. 9. 15 on the fourteenth day also of the month
9. 17 on the fourteenth day of the same rested
9. 1 8 Jews, .assembled, .on the fourteenth th.
9. 19 made the fourteenth day of the month
9. 21 they should keep the fourteenth day of
Isa. 36. i Now ifccame to pass in the fourteenth ye.
Eze. 40. i in the fourteenth year after that the city
45. 21 in the fourteenth day of the month, ye
I.Faur and tenth, reffffapsffKatSfKaros tessareska.
Acts 27. 27 But when the fourteenth night was come
27. 33 This day is the fourteenth day that ye
FOURTH
1. Fuiif, ySlN arba.
1 Ki. 22. 41 in the fourth year of Ahab king of Israel
2 Ch. 3. 2 he began to build . .in the fourth year of
Neh. 9. i Now in the twenty and fourth day of this
Zech. 7. i it came to pass in the fourth year of
7. i in the fourth (day) of the ninth mouth
I.Fourth, T31 rebii.
Gen. i. 19 the evening and the morning were the f.
2. 14 And the fourth river (is) Euphrates
15. 16 But in the fourth generation they shall
Exod28. 20 And the fourth row a beryl, and an onyx
39 13 And the fourth row, a beryl, an onyx, and
Lev. 19. 24 But in the fourth year all the fruit thrr.
Num. 7. 30 On the fourth day Elizur the son of She.
29. 23 And on the fourth day ten bullocks, two
Josh. 19. 17 the fourth lot came out to Issachar, for
Judg 19. 5 it came to pass on the fourth day, when
2 Sa. 3. 4 the fourth, Adonijah the son of Haggith
1 Ki. 6. i in the fourth year of Solomon s reign over
6. 33 posts (of) olive tree, a fourth part (of the
6. 37 In the rourth year was the foundation of
2 Ki. 10. 30 thy children of the fourth (generation)
15. 12 saying, Thy sons shall sit. .unto the fourth
18. 9 And it came to pass in the fourth year of
1 Ch. 2. 14 Nethaneel the fourth, Raddai the fifth
3 . 2 the fourth, Adonijah the son of Haggith
3 . 15 the third Zedekiah, the fourth Shallum
8. 2 Nohah the fourth, and Rapha the fifth
12. 10 Mishmannah the fourth, Jeremiah the fl.
23. 19 Jahaziel the third, and Jekameamthe fo.
24 8 The third to Harim, the fourth to Seorim
2! 23 Jahaziel the third, Jekameam the fourth
25. ii The fourth to Izri, (he), his sons, and his
26. 2 Zebadiah the third, Jathniel the fourth
26 4 Sacar the fourth, and Nethaneel the fif tli
26. ii Tebaliah the third, Zechariah the fourth
27. 7 The fourth (captain) for the fourth month
2 Ch.2o! 26 And on the fourth day they assembled
Ezra 8 33 Now on the fourth day was the silver and
Jer. 25. i in the fourth year of Jehoiakim the son
28. i in the fourth year, (and) in the fifth mo.
36. i it came to pass, in the fourth year of
39. 2 in the fourth month, the ninth (day) of
45. i in the fourth year of Jehoiakim the son
46. 2 in the fourth year of Jehoiakim the son
51. 59 into Babylon in the fourth year of his re.
52. 6 Aud in the fourth month, in the ninth
Eze. i. i it came to pass., in the fourth (month)
10. 14 and the fourth the face of an eagle
Dan. ii. 2 and the fourth shall be far richer than
Zech 6 3 in the fourth chariot grisled and bay
8. 19 The fast of the fourth (month), and the
3. Fourth, T71 rebii.
Dan 2 40 And the fourth kingdom shall be strong
3 25 form of the fourth is like the Son of God
7 7 and behold a fourth beast, dreadful and
7 19 I would know the truth of the fourth b.
7. 23 said, The fourth beast shall be the fourth
I.Fourth, (those oftlie), D yrt ribbeim.
Exod2o. 5 unto the third and fourth (generation) of
34. 7 unto the third and to the fourth (gener.)
Numi4 18 unto the third and fourth (generation)
Deut. 5. 9 unto the third and fourth (generation) of
5. Fourth, Ttrapros tetartos.
Matt 14 25 in the fourth watch of the night Jesus
Mark 6 48 and about the fourth watch of the night
Rev. 4. 7 the fourth beast (was) like a flying eagle
6. 7 And when he had opened the fourth seal
6. 7 I heard the voice of the fourth beast say
8. 12 And the fourth angel sounded, and the t
16 8 the fourth angel poured out his vial upon
21. 19 third, a chalcedony ; the fourth, anemer.
FOTTHTH (part)
I.Fourth, y 3~> rebii.
Exod29. 40 and the fourth part of an hin of wine (for
Lev. 23. 13 (shall be) of wine, the fourth (part) of ai
Numis. 4 with the fourth (part) of an hin of oil
15 5 the fourth (part) of an hin of wine for a
28. 5 mingled with the fourth (part) of an hin
28 7 And the drink . .(shall be) the fourth (pa.
28 14 and a fourth (part) of an hin unto a laml
Neh 9 3 read in the book . . (one) fourth part of the
9. 3 and (another) fourth part they confessed
I.Fourth, yyi reba.
Exod2o. 40 the fourth part of an hin of beaten oil
1 Sa. 9. 81 have here at hand the fourth part of a
3. Fourth, yyi roba.
Num 23. 10 the numberof the fourth (part)of Israel
2 Ki 6 25 the fourth part of a cab of dove s dung
i. Fourth, TtrapTos tetartos.
Rev. 6. 8 power was given . . over the fourth part of
FOWL
1. Choice or fat geese. D"i3i3 barburim.
i Ki. 4. 23 roebucks, and fallow deer, and fatted fowl
2. Fowl, ]iy oph.
Gen. i. 20 fowl (that) may fly above the earth in the
i. 21 and every winged fowl after his kind : and
i. 22 fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl
i. 26, 28 and over the fowl of the air, and over
1. 30 to every fowl of the air, and to every
2. 19 the LORD God formed .. every fowl of the
2. 20 gave names, .to the fowl of the air, and
6. 7 I will destroy, .the fowls of the air : for
6. 20 Of fowls after their kind, and of cattle
7. 3 Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the m.
7. 8 of fowls, and of every thing that creepeth
7. 14 every fowl after his kind, every bird of
7. 21 And all flesh died . .both of fowl, and of
7. 23 creeping things, and the fowl of the he.
Gen. 3. 17 Bring forth with thee. .(both) of fowl
8. 19 every creeping thing, and every fowl
8. 20 took, .of every clean fowl, and offered
9. 2 upon every fowl of the air, upon all that
9. 10 of the fowl, of the cattle, and of every
Lev. i. 14 And if the burnt sacrifice . .(be) of fowls
7. 26 ye shall eat no manner, .of fowl or of
ii 13 shall have in abomination among the fo
ii. 20 All fowls that creep, going upon (all)
xi. 46 of the fowl, and of every living creature
17. 13 catcheth any beast or fowl that may be
20. 25 and between unclean fowls and el. -an
20. 25 abominable by beast, or by fowl, or by
Deut,i4. 20 (But of) all clean fowls ye may eat
->3 26 thy carcase shall be meat unto all fowls
i Sa. 17. 44 I will give thy flesh unto the fowls of the
17. 46 give the carcases, .this day unto the fowl*
i Ki 4 33 he spake also of beasts, and of fowl, and
14 ii him that dieth. .shall the fowls of the air
16. 4 him that dieth . . shall the fowls of the
21. 24 and him that dieth. .shall the fowls, .eat
Job 12. 7 But ask now.. the fowls of the air, and
28. 21 and kept close from the fowls of the air
35 ii maketh us wiser than the fowls of heav.?
Psa. 50. ii I know all the fowls of the mountains
78. 27 feathered fowls like as the sand of the sea.
70 2 given (to be) meat unto the fowls of the
104! 12 By them shall the fowls of the heaven
Jer 7. 33 carcases, .shall be meat for the fowls of
9. 10 both the fowl of the heavens and the
15. 3 the fowls of the heaven, and the beasts
16. 4 carcases shall be meat for the fowls of
19. 7 will I give to be meat for the fowls of
34. 20 bodies shall be for meat unto the fowls
Eze 29 5 I have given thee for meat, .to the fowls
3 1. 6 All the fowls of heaven made their nests
31 13 Upon his ruin shall all the fowls of the
32. 4 will cause all the fowls of the heaven to
38 20 fowls of the heaven, and the beasts of
44! 31 shall not eat. .whether it be fowl or beast
Hos 2 18 with the fowls of heaven, and (with) the
4 . 3 shall languish . . with the fowls of heavea
7. ia I will bring them down as the fowls of
Zeph. i. 3 I will consume the fowls of the heaveu
Z.Fowl, niy oph.
Dan 2 38 and the fowls of the heaven hath he
7. 6 had upon the back of it four wings of a f.
4. Ravenous fowl, o:y ayit.
Gen 15. ii the fowls came down upon the carcases
Job 28 7 (There is) a path which no fowl knoweth
Isa. 1 8. 6 left . . unto the fowls . . and the fowls
5. Bird, sparrow, fowl, nia* tsippor.
Deut 4. 17 likeness of any winged fowl that flieth
Neh 5 18 also fowls were prepared for me, and
Psa 8. 8 The fowl of the air, and the flsh of the
148 10 cattle ; creeping things, and flying fowl
Eze 17 23 under it shall dwell all fowl of every wi.
39. 17 Speak unto every feathered fowl, and to
6. Bird, sparrow, fowl, 15 tsippar.
Dan 4 12 fowls of the heaven dwelt in the boughs
4 14 and the fowls from his branches
4. 21 upon whose branches the fowls of t.ie
7. Bird, fowl, opveov orneon.
Rev. 19. 17 saying to all the fowls that fly in th
19. 2i all the fowls were filled with their flesh
8. Winged fowl, vfreivAv peteinon.
Matt 6. 26 Behold the fowls of the air : for they sow
13 4 and the fowls came and devoured them
Mark 4 4 fowls of the air came and devoured it up
4 32 so that the fowls of the air may lodge
Luke 8 5 and the fowls of the air devoured it
12 24 much more are ye better than the fowls?
13 19 the fowls of the air lodged in the bran.
Acts 10. 12 and creeping things, and fowls of the air
ii. 6 and creeping things, and fowls of the air
FOWLER -
1. Fowler, ensnarer, trip; yaqosh.
Hos. 9. 8 the prophet (is) a snare of a fowler in all
2 Fowler, ensnarer, c* p; ijaqush.
Psa 01. 3 he shall deliver thee from the fowler
Prov. 6. 5 and as a bird from the hand of the fowler
3 To lay a snare, ensnare, op: yaqosh.
Psa. 124. 7 as a bird out of the snare of the fowlers
FOX
\.Fox, jackal, tytf shual.
.TudgiS. 4 Samson . . caught three hundred foxes, and
Neh 4 3 if a fox go up, he shall even break down
Psa fiT TO they shall be a portion for foxes
Song * s Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that
Lani 5! il which is desolate, the foxes walk upon
Eze. 13. 4 thy prophets are like the foxes in the
2.F0Z, iXcuirirt alopex.
Matt 8 20 The foxes have holes, and the birds of
Luke Q 58 Foxes have holes, and birds of the air
13. 32 Go ye, and tell that fox, Behold, I cast
FRAIL 373 FRIEND
FRAIL
Left, forbearing, frail, Vin chadel.
Psa. 39. 4 LORD . . (that) I may know how frail I (am)
FRAME
1 . Frame, formation, imagination, i* . yetser.
Psa. 103. 14 For he knoweth our franie ; he rememb.
2. Building, frame, n^p mibneh.
Eze. 40. 2 by which (was) as the frame of a city on
FRAME, to
1. To frame,, constitute, i*; yatsar.
Psa. 94. 20 iniquity, .which frameth mischief by a
Isa. 29. 1 6 shall, .say of him that framed it, He
Jer. 1 8. ii Behold, I frame evil against you, and
2. To prepare, establish, pa kun, 5.
Judg.i2. 6 for he could not frame to pronounce (it)
3. To give, [} nathan.
Hos. 5. 4 They will not frame their doings to turn
4.To couple, join together, nay tsamad, 5.
Psa. 50. 19 to evil, and thy tongue frameth deceit
5.7*0 make thoroughly Jit, Koroprlfw katartizd.
Heb. ii. 3 that the worlds were framed by the word
FRAME together, to fitly
To lay out fitly together, ffvyapuo\oy4u sunarmol.
Eph. 2. 21 whom all the building, fitly framed toge.
FRAMED, thing
Frame, form, imagination, IS", yetser.
Isa. 29. 16 or shall the thing framed say of him that
FRANKINCENSE
1. Frankincense, njiap lebonah.
Exod3o. 34 sweet spices with pure frankincense
lev. 2. i and he shall, .put frankincense thereon
2. 15 And thou shalt.. lay frankincense thereon
2. 16 with all the frankincense thereof
5. i i neither shall he put (any) frankincense
6. 15 and all the frankincense which (is) upon
24. 7 thou shalt put pure frankincense upon
Xum. 5. 15 nor put frankincense thereon ; for it (is)
i Ch. 9. 29 and the frankincense, and the spices
Neh. 13. 5 they laid, .the frankincense, and the ye.
13. 9 with the meat offering and the frankin.
Song 3. 6 perfumed with myrrh and frankincense
4. 6 I will get me. .to the hill of frankincense
4. 14 cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense
2. Frankincense, xifiavos libanos.
Matt 2. ii they presented unto him. .frankincense
Rev. 1 8. 13 ointments, and frankincense, and wine
FRAUD
Fraud, oppression, 7]n tok.
Psa. 10. 7 His mouth is full of cursing, .and fraud
FRAUD, to keep back by
To deprive of, airoffrepfw apostereO.
Jas. 5. 4 hire . . which is of you kept back by fraud
FRAY (away), to
To cause to tremble, trouble, ~ryj charad, 5.
Deut28. 26 the beasts, .and no man shall fray, .away
Jer. 7. 33 the beaets. .and none shall fray, .away
Zech. i. 21 but these are come to fray them, to cast
FREE
1. Gratis, for nought, Djn chinnam.
Exod2i. ii then shall she go out free without money
2. Free, T?rt chophshi.
Exod 21. 2 in the seventh he shall go out free for no.
21. 5 I love ..my children ; I will not go out free
21. 26 he shall let him go free-for his eye s sake
21. 27 he shall let him go free for his tooth s
Deut 15. 12 seventh year thou shalt let him go free
15. 13 And when thou sendest him out free from
15. 1 8 when thou sendest him away free from
1 Sa. 17. 25 and make his father s house free in Isra.
Job 3. 19 and the servant (is) free from his master
39. 5 Who hath sent out the wild ass free? or
Psa. 88. 5 Free among the dead, like the slain that
Isa. 58. 6 (Is) not this, .to let the oppressed go free
Jer. 34. 9 man should let his man servant, .go free
34. 10 and every one his maid servant, go free
34. ii whom they had let go free, to return
34. 14 thou shalt let him go free from thee
3. Willing, liberal, noble, 3"ij nadib. _
2 Ch.2g. 31 and as many as were of a free heart
Psa. 51. 12 Restore, .and uphold me (with thy) free
^.Acquitted, pj naqi.
Deut 24. 5 he shall be free at home one year, and
5. Open, let away, free, na^, tv$ patar or patir.
i Ch. 9. 33 (who remaining) in the chambers (were) f.
Q.Free, at liberty, t\fvdfpos eleutheros.
Matti7. 26 Jesus saith. .Then are the children free
John 8. 33 how sayest thou, Ye shall be made free?
8. 36 If the Son . . ye shall be free indeed
Rom. 6. 20 ye were the servants of sin, ye were free
7. 3 she is free from that law ; so that she is
i Co. 7. 21 if thou mayest be made free, use (it)
7. 22 he that is called, (being) free, is Christ s
9. i Am I not an apostle ? am I not free !
9. 19 For though I be free from all (men), yet
12. 13 whether (we) be bond or free ; and have
Oal. 3. 28 there is neither bond nor free, there is
4. 26 But Jerusalem which is above is free
4. 31 So then brethren, we are. .of the free
Eph. 6. 8 receive of the Lord whethc; ..bond or fr.
Col. 3. 1 1 Barbarian, Scythian, bond (nor) free : but
i Pe. 2. 1 6 As free, and not using, .liberty for a
Rev. 13. 16 Andliecauseth all. .free and bond, to
19. 18 and the tlesh of all. .free and bond, both
FREE, to be
1. To be or become free, c*sn chaphash, 4.
Lev. 19. 20 be put to death, because she was not fr.
2. To be or become acquitted, npj naqah, 2.
Num. 5. 19 be thou free from this bitter water that
5. 28 then she shall be free, and shall conceive
FREE, to let go
To open, loose, nn pathach, 3.
Psa. 105. 20 the ruler of the people, and let him go f .
FREE, to make
To free, make free, 4\v6(p6ca eleutheroo.
John 8. 32 know, .and the truth shall make you free
8. 36 If the Son therefore shall make you free
Rom. 6. 18 Being then made free from sin, yejbeca.
6. 22 But now being made free from sin, and
8. 2 in Christ Jesus hath made me free from
Gal. 5. i wherewith Christ hath made us free, and
FREE gift
A grace, gift, %dpi 07*0 charisma.
Rom. 5. 15 not as the offence, so also (is) the free g.
5. 16 the free gift is of many offences unto ju.
FREE offering
Willing offering, .131}
Exod36. 3 they brought yet unto him free offerings
Amos.4. 5 proclaim . .publish the free offerings ; for
FREE man or woman
I. One fully freed, aire\ev6fpos apeleutheros.
1 Co. 7. 22 (being) a servant, is the Lord s free man
2. Free person, i\e6dfpos eleutheros.
Gal. 4. 22 by a bond maid, the other by a free wo.
4. 23 but he of the free woman (was) by promi.
4. 30 not be heir with the son of the free woman
Rev. 6.15 every free man, hid themselves in the dens
VUHHTI to be
1. To be cut off, rns karath, 2.
Josh. 9. 23 there shall none of you be freed from
2. To justify, declare just, StKai6w dikaioo.
Rom. 6. 7 For he that is dead is freed from sin
FREEDOM
I. Freedom, ny$n chuphshah.
Lev. 19. 20 not at all redeemed, nor freedom given
2. Citizenship, TroXi-reia politeia.
Acts 22. 28 With a great sum obtained I this freedom
FREELY
l.Graiis, for nought, D}n chinnam.
Numn. 5 the flsh which we did eat in Egypt freely
2. Willing offering, n;n} nedabah.
Psa. 54. 6 I will freely sacrifice unto thee : I will
Hos. 14. 4 I will love them freely : for mine anger
3. Freely, gratis, Scapedv dorean.
Mattio. 8 Heal . .freely ye have received, freely give
Rom. 3. 24 Being justified freely by his grace through
2 Co. ii. 7 I have preached to you the gospel . . freely?
Rev. 21. 6 of the fountain of the water of life freely
22. 17 let him take the water of life freely
4. Withfullspeech,/j.fTa ira^prjffias metaparrhesias.
Acts 2. 29 let me freely speak unto you of the pat.
5. To use full speech or ease, ira^7j<nab/xat parrhe.
Acts 26. 26 before whom also I speak freelv : for I am
FREEWILL, to be minded of one s own
To offer willingly, TI? nedab, 1.
Ezra 7. 13 which are minded of their own free will
FREEWILL offering
1.7V? offer willingly, 31} nedab, 2.
Ezra 7. 1 6 with the freewill offering of the people
2. Willing offering, n;nj nedabah.
Lev. 22. 18 for all his freewill offerings, which
22. 21 or a freewill offering in beeves or sheep
22. 23 mayest thou offer (for) a freewill offering
23. 38 and beside all your freewill offerings
Numis. 3 or in a freewill offering, or;n your solemn
29. 39 your vows, and your freewill offerings
Deut 12. 6 your freewill offerings, and the firstlings
12. 17 nor thy freewill offerings, or heave
16. 10 a tribute of a freewill offering of thine
23. 23 a freewill offering, according as thou
2 Ch.3i. 14 Kore. .(was) over the freewill offeringsof
Ezra i. 4 beside the freewill offering for the house
3. 5 that willingly offered a freewill offering
8. 28 silver and the gold (are) a freewill offer.
Psa. 1 19. 108 Accept, .the freewill offerings of my
FREftT/ENT, more
More abundantly, Trtpifffforfpws perissoteros.
2 Co. 1 1. 23 in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft.
FRESH
1. New, fresh, 2hn chadash.
Job 29. 20 My glory (was) fresh in me, and my bow
2. Moisture, freshness, "v^J leshad.
Xumi i. 8 the taste of it was as the taste of fresh oil
0. Fresh, j^n raanan.
Psa. 92. io my horn. .1 shall be anointed with fresh
4.tiweet, y\vKvs glukus.
Jas. 3. 12 no fountain both yield saltwater and fre.
FRESH, to be
To be fresh, 8*59 "} rutaphash.
Job 33. 25 His flesh shall be fresher than a child s
FRET, to
1. To be ivroth, sad, morose, fiyi zaaph.
Prov 19. 3 and his heart fretteth against the LORD
2. To be angry, trj ragaz.
Eze. 16. 43 but hast fretted me in all these (things)
FRET inward
A hollow, fretting, corrosion, nnn9 pechetheth.
Lev. 13. 55 it (is) fret inward, (whether) it (be) bare
FRET, to make to
To cause to thunder or trembling, oyi raam, 5.
i Sa. i. 6 for to make her fret, because the LORD
FRET selves, to
1. To fret self, n-jn charah, 7.
Psa. 37. i Fret not thyself because of evil doers
37. 7 fret not thyself because of him who prosp.
37. 8 fret not thyself in any wise to do evil
Prov. 24. 19 Fret not thyself because of evil (men)
2.7*0 (be or) show self wroth, ^jfiJ qatsaph, 7.
Isa. 8. 21 they shall fret themselves, and curse the.
FRETTING
To fret, prick, IND maar, 5.
Lev. 13. 51 the plague(is) a fretting leprosy ; it (is)
13. 52 for it (is) a fretting leprosy ; it shall be
14. 44 it (is) a fretting leprosy in the house : it
FRIED, (that which is)
To be fried, TIJT rabak, 6.
Lev. 7. 12 cakes mingled with oil, of fine flour, fried
1 Ch. 23. 29 for that which is fried, and for all man.
FRIEND
1. To love, ariK ahab.
2 Sa. 19. 6 In that thou . . hatest thyfriends : for thou
zCh. 20. 7 to the seed of Abraham thy friend for
Esth. 5. io Haman. .sent and called for his friends
5. 14 Then said, .all his friends unto him, Let
6. 13 And Haman told, .all his friends every
Prov 14. 20 poor is hated . . but the rich (hath) many f .
1 8. 24 a friend (that) sticketh closer than a bro.
27. 6 Faithful (are) the wounds of a friend
Isa. 41. 8 But thou. .the seed of Abraham my frf.
Jer. 20. 4 a terror to thyself, and to all thy friends
20. 6 buried there, thou, and all thy friends
2. To love, 3nx ahab, 3.
Zech. 13. 6 I was wounded (in) the house of my fri.
S.Men ofpeace, ci 1
?^ *&}$ aneshe shalom.
Jer. 38. 22 Thy friends have set thee on, and have
^.Leader, *]iVi<, ^N alluph.
Prov 16. 28 and a whisperer separateth chief friends
17. 9 that repeateth a matter separateth . . fr.
5. Friend, jno merea.
Gen. 26. 26 Abimelech . . and Ahuzzath one of his fri.
2 Sa. 3. 8 show, .to his brethren, and to his friends
Prov 19. 7 howmuch more do his friendsgo farfrom
6. Friend, K"i rea.
Job 6. 27 ye overwhelm, .ye dig. .for your friend
7.Friend, in rea.
Gen. 38. 12 he and his friend Hirah the Adullamite
38. 20 sent the kid by the hand of his friend the
Exod33. ii spake, .as a man speaketh unto his friend
1 Sa. 30. 26 he sent of the spoil, .to his friends, saving
2 Sa. 13. 3 But Amnon had a friend, whose name
1 6. 17 said.. (Is) this thy kindness tc thy friend?
16. 17 why wentest thou not with thy friend?
i Ki. 16. ii neither of his kinsfolks, nor of his frienda
Job 2. ii Now when Job s three friends heard of
6. 14 pity (should be showed) from his friend
16. 20 My friends scorn me. .mine eye poureth
17. 5 He that speaketh flattery to . . friends
19. 21 have pity upon me, O ye my friends
32. 3 Also against his three friends was his
42. 7 against thee, and against thy two frienda
42. io LORD turned . . when he prayed for his fr.
Psa. 35. 14 as though (he had been) my friend (or)
38. ii My lovers and my friends stand aloof
88. 18 Lover, and friend hast thou put far from
Prov. 6. i My son, if thou be surety for thy friend
6. 3 thou art come into the hand of thy friend
6. 3 humble thyself and make sure thy friend
17. 17 A friend loveth at all times, and a brother
17. 18 becometh surety in the presence of his f.
18. 24 A man (that hath) friends must show him.
io. 4 Wealth maketh many friends : but the
19. 6 every man (is) a friend to him that giveth
22. n the grace of his lips the king, .his friend
27. 9 so (doth) the sweetness of a man s friend
27. io Thine own friend, and thy father s friend
27. 14 He that blesseth his friend with a loud
27. 17 so a man. .the countenance of his friend
Song 5. i eat, O friends ; drink, yea, drink abund.
5. 16 This (is) my beloved, and this (is) my fri.
Jer. 6. 21 the neighbour and his friend shall perish
19. 9 shall eat every one the flesh of his friend
Lam. i. 2 All her friends have dealt treacherously
FRIEND 374 FROM
Hos. 3. i Go yet, love a woman beloved of (her) fr.
Mic. 7. 5 Trust ye not iu a friend, put ye not con.
S.Friend, njj-i reek.
2 Sa. 15. 37 So Hushai, David s friend, came into the
16. 16 when Hushai the Archite, David s friend
i Ki. 4. 5 Zabud. .principal officer, .king s friend
9.C omr(li; iratpos hetairos.
Matt ;o. i j Friend, I do thee no wrong : didst not
22. 12 Friend, how earnest thou in hither not
26. 50 said . . Friend, wherefore art thou come ?
lO.Friend, <f>/Aos pliilos.
Matt 1 1. 19 Behold, .a friend of publicans and sinners
Luke 7. 6 the centurion sent friends to him, saying
7. 34 Behold, .a friend of publicans and sinners
ii. 5 a friend, and shall go. . Friend, lend me
n. 6 For a friend of mine in his journey is
,
11. 8 not . . give him because he is his friend, yet
12. 4 I say unto you my friends, Be not afraid
14. 10 he may say unto thee, Friend, go up hi.
14. 12 call not thy friends, nor thy brethren
15. 6 calleth together, .friends and neighbours
15. 9 she calleth. .friends and. .neighbours
15. 29 that I might make merry with my friends
16. 9 Make to yourselves friends o^ the mam.
21. 16 ye shall be betrayed both by. .friends
23. 12 Pilate and Herod were made friends tog
John 3. 29 but the friend of the bridegroom, which
ii. ii Our friend Lazarus sleepeth ; but I go
15. 13 that a man lay down his life for his fri.
15. 14 Ye are my friends, if ye do whatsoever
15. 15 but I have called you friends ; for all
19. 12 let this man go, thou art not Cesar s fri.
Acts 10. 24 Cornelius, .had called together his. .fri.
19. 31 And certain, .which were his friends
27. 3 gave . . liberty to go unto his friends to re.
Jas. 2. 23 and he was called the Friend of God
4. 4 a friend of the world is the enemy of God
3 John 14 (Our) friends salute thee. Greet the frieu.
FRIEND, to make one a
To persuade, irtiOta peithij.
Acts 12. 20 having made Blastus .. their friend> des.
FRIEND, to use as
To treat as a friend, nj,
1-
j raah, 3.
Judg 14 20 companion, whom he had used as his fr.
FRIENDLY
Heart, a1
? kb.
Judg 19. 3 went after her, to speak friendly unto
Ruth 2. 13 thou hast spoken friendly unto thine ha.
FRIENDLY, to show self
To show self a friend, yy~l raa, la.
Prov 18. 24 A man. .must show himself friendly; and
FRIENDS (M) -
Men. C"7is methim.
Job 19. 19 All my inward friends abhorred me : and
Female friend, <f>l\rj pliile. Luke 15. 9.
Those beside him, ol irap avrov hoi par antou.
Mark 3. 21 when his friends heard, .they went out
FRIENDS, thy
Those belonging to, or with thee, ol ffoi hoi soi.
Mark 5. 19 Go home to thy friends, and tell them
FRIENDSHIP
1 riendsliip, <f>i\la philia.
Jas. 4. 4 know ye not that the friendship of the
FRIENDSHIP with, to make
i show self a friend, njfi raa/i, 7.
Prov 22. 24 Make no friendship with an angry man
FRINGE
l.Fringe, lock (of hair), nyy tsitsith.
>"umis. 38 bid them that they make them fringes in
15. 38 and that they put upon the fringe of the
15. 39 it shall be unto you for a fringe, that ye
2. Fringes, wreaths, O 1
?!? gedilim.
Deut22. 12 Thou shall make thee fringes upon the
FRO
To turn back, aitf shub.
Gen. 8. 7 a raven, which went forth to and fro
(See also Driven, go, going, reel, removing, run, run
ning, to, toss, tossed, tossing, walk to.]
FROG -
l.Fi-off, 1TTW tsephardea.
Exod. 8. 2 I will smite all thy borders with frogs
8. 3 the river shall bring forth frogs abund:;
8. 4 the frogs shall come up both on thee, ainl
8. 5 cause frogs to come up upon the land of
8. 6 the frogs came up, and covered the land
8. 7 and brought up frogs upon the land of
8. 8 that he may take away the frogs from me
8. 9 to destroy the frogs from thee and thy
8. ii the frogs shall depart from thee, and
8. 12 because of the frogs which he had broug.
8. 13 the frogs died out of the houses, out of
Psa. 78. 45 He sent, .frogs, which destroyed them
105. 30 Their land brought forth frogs in abund.
H.Frog, jBirpoxos lalrachos.
Rev. 16. 13 And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs
FROM
I.From then, ixp me-az.
Ruth 2. 7 came, and hath continued even from the
2. From after, "I"*"? me-achare.
2 Sa. ii. 15 retire ye from him, that lie may be sniit.
EJob
34. 27 Because they turned back from him, ati.ll
Jer. 32. 40 that I will not turn away from them, tuj
Z.Unto, hyel.
Exod3&. 22 tenons equally distant one from another
l.Near, beside, with, tyx etsel.
i Sa. 17. 30 And he turned from him toward another
5. With, nN eth.
Gen. 4. i said, I have gotten a man from the LORD
6. So as not, fhyh U bilti.
Josh. 22. 25 our children cease from fearing the LORD
7 .From the sufficiency of, "*p tnid-de,
1 Sa. 7. 16 he went from year to year in circuit to
2 Ch.24. 5 to repair the house of your God from ye.
Isa. 66. 23 from one. .to another, .from one. .to an.
Zech 14. 16 shall even go up from year to year to wor.
8. Over against, ^D mvl.
Lev. 5. 8 wring off his head from his neck, but
9. Even from, ]^> le-min.
Deut: 9. 7 from the day that thou didst depart out
lO.Frojn, out of, |P min.
Gen. 2. 6 But there went up a mist from the earth
Ezra 4. 12 the Jews which came up from thee to us
4 . 21 until, .commandment shall be given from
6. 6 your companions, .be ye far from thence
6. ii let timber be pulled down from his house
Dan. 2. 5 The thing is gone from me : if ye will not
2. 8 because ye see the thing is gone from me
3. 17 our God. .is able to deliver us from the
4. 13 and an holy one came down from heaven
4. 14 get away from under it. .from his branch
4. 16 Let his heart be changed from man s, and
4. 23 an holy one coming down from heaven
4. 25 That they shall drive thee from men
4. 31 there fell a voice from heaven. .O king
4. 31 The kingdom is departed from thee
4. 32 And they shall drive thee from men, and
4. 33 he was driven from men, and did eat
5. 20 he was deposed from his kingly throne
5. 21 And he was driven from the sons of men
6. 20 is. .God. .able to deliver thee from the
6. 27 delivered Daniel from the power of the
7. 3 from the sea, diverse one from another
/. 4 and it was lifted up from the earth
7. 7 it (was) diverse from all the beasts that
7. 10 A fiery stream issued, .forth from before
7. 19 which was diverse from all the others
7. 23 which shall be diverse from all kingdoms
7. 24 and he shall be diverge from the first
11. From before, Dip. ]? min qodam.
Dan. 2. 15 Why (is) the decree (so) hasty from the
12. From on, *?j^p me-al.
Gen. 4. 14 thou hast driven me out this day from the
1 3. Over, Vy al.
Dan. 6. 18 Then the king, .his sleep went from him
11. From (being) with, cyp me-im.
Gen. 44. 29 if ye take this also from me, and mischief
15. With, By im.
Dan. 4. 3 his dominion (is) from generation to gen.
4. 34 his kingdom (is) from generation to gen.
16. From icith me, ISi P me-immad-i.
i Sa. 10. 2 When thou art departed from me to day
17 . From before , 357 ( 39^7) mi}>-pene (iiiil-U-phene].
Xuni32. 33 and turned from me ; [Heb., .3?
1
? before.]
22. 33 unless she had turned from me, surely
1 Sa. 17. 24 all the men of Israel, .fled from him, and
19. 8 David went out. .and they fled from him
25. 10 break away every man from his master
2 Sa. 15. 14 for we shall not. .escape from Absalom
2 Ki. ii. 2 hid him. .in the bedchamber from Atha.
Esth. i. 19 let there go a royal commandment from
Job 13. 20 then will I not hide myself from thee
Psa. 61. 3 thou hast been . .a strong tower from the
Eccl. 10. 5 as an error, .proceedeth from the ruler
Isa. 20. 6 to be delivered from the king of Assyria
21. 15 For they fled from the swords, from the
21. is bent bow, and from the grievousness of
Jer. 41.15 But Ishmael . . escaped from Johauan with
48. 44 He that fleeth from the fear shall fall
Eze. 30. 9 shall messengers go forth from me in sh.
Hos. ii. 2 they called them, so they went from them
Amos 5. 19 As if a man did flee from a lion, and a
1 8 . Before, 01 jj qodam .
Dan. 5. 24 Then was the part of the hand sent from
10. From over against, 1350 min-neged.
Jer. 16. 17 neither is their iniquity hid from mine e.
20. From over, iaj?p me-eber.
Job i. 19 there came a great wind from the wilde.
21. Between., between, J
3...
] 3 ben... ben.
Gen. i. 4 God divided the light from the darkness
22. From between, p3P mib-ben.
Eze. 47. 1 8 shall measure from . .and from, .ami from
47. 1 8 from the land, .from the border unto the
23.From, away from, airo apn.
Matt i. 17 So all the generations from Abraham to
i. 17 from David until the carrying away into
i. 17 from the carrying away into Babylon un.
i. 21 for he shall save his people from their s
i. 24 Then Joseph, buin^ raised from sleep, did
Matt. 2. i there came wise men from the east to Je.
2. 16 slew all. .from two years old and under
3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the w.
3. 13 Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jor.
4. 17 From that time Jesus began to preach
4. 25 great multitudes of people from Galilee
5. 18 one tittle shall in no wise pass from the
5. 29, 30 and cast (it) from thee : for it is pro.
6. 13 lead us not into, .but deliver us from evil
7. 23 depart from me, ye that work iniquity
8. i When he was come down from the moun.
8. 1 1 That many shall come from the east and
8. 30 there was a good way off from them an
9. 15 when the bridegroom shall be taken from
9. 16 that which is put in . . taketh from the
9. 22 the woman was made whole from that h.
11. 12 from the days of John the Baptist until
it. 25 thou hast hid these things from the wise
12. 38 Master, we would see a sign from thee
13. 12 whosoever hath not, from him shall be
13. 35 kept secret from the foundation of the
14. 2 This is John the Baptist : he is risen from
15. 8 This people, .their heart is far from me
15. 27 dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from
15. 28 her daughter was made whole from that
17. Q as they came down [from] the mountain
17. 18 the child was cured from that very hour
18. 8, q and cast . .from thee : it is better for
18. 35 if ye from your hearts forgive not every
19. i he departed from Galilee, and came into
19. 8 but from the beginning it was not so
20. 8 beginning from the last unto the first
20. 29 as they departed from Jericho, a great
21. 8 others cut down branches from the treea
21. 43 The kingdom of God shall be taken from
22. 46 neither durst any. .from that day forth
23. 34 and persecute (them) from city to city
23. 35 from the blood of righteous Abel unto
24. i Jesus went out, and departed [from] the
24. 29 the stars shall fall from heaven, and the
24. 31 gather, .from one end of heaven to the
25. 28 Take therefore the talent from him, and
35. 29 [from] him that hath not shall be taken
25. 32 he shall separate them one from another
25. 32 as a shepherd divideth . . sheep from the
25. 34 the kingdom prepared for you from the
25. 41 Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlas.
26. 16 from that time he sought opportunity to
26. 39 if it be possible, let this cup pass from
26. 42 if this cup may not pass away [from mej
26. 47 from the chief priests and elders of the
27. 40 If. .the Son of God, come down from the
27. 42 let him now come down from the cross
27. 45 Now from the sixth hour there was dark
27. 51 rent in twain from the top to the bottom
27. 55 women, .which followed Jesus from Gal.
27. 64 He is risen from the dead ; so the last error
28. 2 came and rolled back the stone [from] the
28. 7 tell his disciples that he is risen from the
28. 8 they departed quickly from the sepulch.
Mark i. 9 that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee
1. 42 the leprosy departed from him, and he
2. 20 the bridegroom shall be taken away from
3. 7 multitude from Galilee . . and from
3. 8 And from Jerusalem, and from Idumaea
3. 22 the scribes which came down from Jeru.
4. 25 from him shall be taken even that which
5. 35 there came from the ruler of the synagog.
7 i certain of the scribes, which came from
7. 4 And . . from the market, except they wash
7. 6 This people, .their heart is far from me
7. 17 when he was entered into the house from
7. 33 he took him aside from the mulitude, and
8. 1 1 seeking of him a sign from heaven, temp.
9. 9 as they came down [from] the mountain
10. 6 But from the beginning of the creation
xi. 12 when they were come from Bethany, he
12. 34 Thou art not far from the kingdom of G.
13. 19 such as was not from the beginning of
13. 27 from the uttermost part of the earth to
14. 35 if. .possible, the hour might pass from him.
14. 36 Father, .take away this cup from me
14. 52 he left the linen cloth, and fled [from]
15. 30 Save thyself, and come down from thecr.
15. 32 Let Christ, .descend now from the cross
15. 38 rent in twain from the top to the bottom.
16. 8 they went out quickly, and fled from the
I.uliO i. 2 which from the beginning were eye witn.
i. 38 And the angel departed from her
i. 48 from henceforth all generations shall call
1. 52 He hath put down the mighty from (their)
2. 4 Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of
2. 15 as the angels were gone away from them
2. 36 and had lived . . seven years from her vir
2. 37 which departed not [from] the temple
3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the w
4. i Jesus, .returned from Jordan, and was
4. 13 thedevil. .departed from him for a season
4.42 that he should not depart from them
5. 3 he would thrust out a little from the Ian i
5. 8 Depart from me ; for I am a sinful man
5. 10 from henceforth thou shalt catch men
5 . 13 immediately the leprosy departed from
5. 35 the bridegroom shall be taken away from
7. 6 when he was now not far from the house-
8. 18 whosoever hath not, from him shall be
8. 37 multitude . . besought him to depart from
9. 5 shake off the very dust from your feet
9. 33 it came to pass, as they departed from
9. 37 when they were come down from the hill
9. 39 bruising him hardly departeth from him
9. 45 it was hid from them, that they perceived
FROM 375 FROM
Luke 9. 54 command flre to come down [from] heav.
10. 21 thou hast hid these things from the wise
jo. 30 A certain (man) went down from Jerusa.
10. 42 which shall not be taken away from her
11. 4 [lead us not. .but deliver ua from evil]
11. 50 which was shed from the foundation of
11.51 From the blood of Abel unto the blood of
12. 52 For from henceforth there shall be five
12. 58 that thou mayest be delivered from him
13! 15 on the sabbath loose his ox or. .ass from
13. 16 be loosed from this bond on the sabbath
13. 27 depart from me, all (ye) workers of iniqu.
13. 29 come from the east, .and [from] the north
16. 3 for my lord taketh away from me the
16. 18 marrieth her that is put away [from] (her)
16. 21 crumbs which fell from the rich man s
16. 30 but if one went unto them from the dead
17. 29 it rained flre and brimstone from heaven
18. 34 this saying was hid from them, neither
19. 24 Take from him the pound, and give (it)
19. 26 from him that hath not . .takenaway [from
19. 39 some of the Pharisees from among the
19. 42 but now they are hid from thine eyes
21. ii and great sigus shall there be from heav.
22. 41 he was withdrawn from them about a
22. 42 remove this cup from me : nevertheless
22. 43 [there appeared an angel unto him from]
22. 45 when he rose up from prayer, and was
23. 5 beginning from Galilee to this place
23. 49 the women that followed him from Gal.
24. 2 they found the stone rolled away from
24. 9 Andreturned from the sepulchre, and told
24. 13 which was from Jerusalem . . threescore fu.
24. 51 he was parted from them, and carried up
John 3. 2 thou art a teacher come from God
8. 44 He was a murderer from the beginning
10. 5 but will flee from him ; for they know
10. 1 8 No man taketh it from me, but I lay it
11. 53 Then from that day forth they took cou.
12. 36 departed, and did hide himself from them
13. 3 that he was come from God, and went to
14. 7 from henceforth ye know him, and hath
15. 27 ye have been with me from the beginning
16. 22 and your joy no man taketh from you
16. 30 we believe that thou earnest forth from
18. 28 Then led they Jesus from Caiaphas unto
19. 27 from that hour that disciple took her unto
11. S they were not far from land, but as it
Acts i. 4 they should not depart from Jerusalem
j. ii this same Jesus, which is taken up from
i. 12 from the mount called Olivet, which is
i. 22 Beginning from the baptism of John, unto
1. 22 that he was taken up from us, must one
2. 40 Save yourselves from this untoward gene.
3. 19 of refreshing shall come from the preseu.
3. 24 Yea, and all the prophets from Samuel
3. 26 in turning away every one of you from his
5. 38 Refrain from these men, and let them
5. 41 they departed from the presence of the c.
8. 10 from the least to the greatest, saying
8. 26 unto the way that goeth down from Jer.
8. 33 declare, .for his life is taken from the
9. 3 shined round about him a light [from] h.
9. 8 Saul arose from the earth ; and when his
9. 1 8 immediately there fell from his eyes as it
io 1 7 the men which were sent from Cornelius
jo. 21 [which were sent unto him from Cornel.]
10. 23 certain brethren from Joppa accompanied
10. 37 began from Galilee, after the baptism
11. ii three men. .sent from Cesarea unto me
11. 27 came prophets from Jerusalem unto An.
12. io forthwith the angel departed from him
12. io And he went down from Judeato Cesarea
33. 8 seeking to turn away the deputy from
13. 13 when Paul and his company loosed from
13. 13 John departing from them, returned to J.
13. 14 when they departed from Perga, they
33. 29 they took, .down from the tree, and laid
13. 31 which came up with him from Galilee
13. 39 all that believe are justified from all
14. 15 ye should turn from these vanities unto
14. 19 there came thither. .Jews from Antioch
15. i certain men which came down from Jud.
15. 18 Known unto God are all his works from
15. 20 that they abstain (from] pollutions of id.
15. 33 they were let go in peace from the bret.
15. 38 who departed from them from Pamphylia
15. 39 that they departed asunder one from the
x6. 1 1 Therefore loosing from Troas, we came
17. 27 though he be not far from every one of
18. 2 a certain Jew. .lately come from Italy
1 8. 5 when Silas and Timotheus were come fr.
18. 6 from henceforth I will go unto the Gen.
18. 16 And he drave them from the judgment
18. 21 And he sailed from Ephesus
19. 9 he departed from them, and separated
19. 12 So that from his body were brought unto
19. 12 and the diseases departed from them
20. 6 we sailed away from Philippi after the
20. 9 Eutychus. .fell down from the third loft
20. 17 from Miletus he sent to Ephesus, and
30. 1 8 Ye know, from the first day that I came
30. 26 that I (am) pure from the blood of all
21. i after we were gotten from them, and
31. 7 when we had finished . .course from Tyre
21. io there came down from Judea a certain
22 22 said, Away with such, .from the earth
22. 29 Then straightway they departed from
22. 30 he loosed him [from, .bands,] and com.
23. 21 ready, looking for a promise from thee
24. 18 Whereupon certain Jews from Asia found
35. i he ascended from Cesarea to Jerusalem
Acts 25. 7 the Jews which came down from Jerusa.
26. 18 To open their eyes, .to turn, .from dark.
27. 21 ye should, .not have loosed from Crete
28. 23 persuading them, .from morning till ev.
Rom. i. 7 Grace to you and peace from God our F.
1. 18 the wrath of God is revealed from heaven
i. 20 the invisible things of him from the ere.
5. 9 we shall be saved from wrath through
5. 14 Nevertheless death reigned from Adam
6. 7 For he that is dead is freed from sin
6. 18 Being then made free from sin, ye became
6. 22 But now being made free from sin, and
j. 2 she is loosed from the law of (her) husb.
7. 3 if her husband be dead, she is free from
7. 6 now we are delivered from the law, that
8. 2 hath made me free from the law of sin
8. 21 shall be delivered from the bondage of
8. 35 Who shall separate us from the love of C.?
8. 39 shall be able to separate us from the love
9. 3 were accursed from Christ for my breth.
ii. 26 and skall turn away ungodliness from J.
15. 19 so that from Jerusalem, and round about
15. 31 That I may be delivered from them that
1 Co. i. 3 Grace (be) unto you, and peace, from God
7. io Let not the wife depart from (her) husba.
7. 27 Art thou loosed from a wife ! seek not a
10. 14 Wherefore, my dearly beloved, flee from
14. 36 What ! came the word of God out from y.?
2 Co. i. 2 Grace (be) to you, and peace, from God
3. 18 are changed into the same image from
5. 6 in the body, we are absent from the Lord
7. i let us cleanse ourselves from all fllthiness
11. 3 so your minds should be corrupted from
11. 9 the brethren which came from Macedo.
12. 8 I besought, .that it might depart from
Gal. i. 3 Grace (be) to you, and peace, from: God
i. 6 that ye are so soon removed from him
2. 12 For before that certain came from James
4. 24 one from the mount Sinai, which gender.
Eph. i. 2 Grace (be) to you, and peace, from God
3. 9 which from the beginning of the world
4. 31 Let all. .evil speaking, be put away from
6. 23 and love with faith, from God the Father
Phil. i. 2 Grace (be) to you, and peace, from God
i. 5 For your fellowship in the Gospel from
4. 15 when I departed from Macedonia, no
Col. i. 2 Grace (be) unto you, and peace, from God
i. 23 not moved away from the hope of the
1. 26 which hath been hid from ages and from
2. 20 if ye be dead with Christ from the rudi.
i Th. i. i [Grace (be) unto you, and peace, from G ]
i. 8 For from you sounded out the word of
i. 9 how ye turned to God from idols to serve
i. io which delivered us from the wrath to
217 being taken from you for a short time in
3. 6 when Timotheus came from you unto us
4. 3 that ye should abstain from fornication
4. 16 the Lord himself shall descend from hea.
5. 22 Abstain from all appearance of evil
2Th. i. 2 Grace unto you, and peace, from God
. i. 7 the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from h.
i. 9 destruction from the presence . . and from
2. 13 because God hath [from the beginning]
3. 2 that we may be delivered from unreason.
3. 3 who shall stablish you, and keep, .from
3. 6 that ye withdraw yourselves from every
i Ti. i. 2 Grace, mercy, .peace, from God our Fa.
6. 5 corrupt minds . . [from such withdraw th. ]
6. io they have erred from the faith, and pier.
2Ti. i. 2 Grace, mercy., peace, from God the Father
1. 3 God, whom I serve from (my) forefathers
2. 19 that nameth the name of Christ departrf.
2. 21 If a man therefore purge himself from
3. 15 that from a qhild thou hast known the
4. 4 they shall turn away (their) ears from the
4. 1 8 the Lord shall deliver me from every evil
Titus i. 4 Grace, mercy . .peace, from God the Fa.
2. 14 that he might redeem us from all iniquity
Phm. 3 Grace to you, and peace, from God ourF.
Heb. 3. 12 evil heart, .in departing from the living
4. 3 although the works were finished from
4. 4 God did rest the seventh day from all his
4. io ceased from his own works, as God . . from
6. i the foundation of repentance from dead
6. 7 the earth, .receiveth blessing from God
7. i who met Abraham returning from the
7. 26 harmless, undeflled, separate from sin.
8. 1 1 all shall know me, from the least to the
9. 14 purge your conscience from dead works
10. 22 having our hearts sprinkled from an evil
11. 15 mindful of that, .from whence they came
12. 25 if we turn, .from him that (speaketh) fr.
Jas. i. 17 cometh down from the Father of lights
i. 27 to keep himself unspotted from the world
4. 7 Resist the devil, and he will flee from you
5. 19 if any of you do err from the truth, and
1 Pe. i. 12 with the Holy Ghost sent down from he.
3. io let him refrain his tongue from evil, and
2 Pe. 3. 4 continue . . from the beginning of the crea.
i Jo. i. i That which was from the beginning
i. 7 Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin
1. 9 and to cleanse us from all unrighteous.
2. 7 an old commandment which ye had from
2. 7 is the word which ye have heard [from]
2. 13, 14 ye have known him. .from the begin.
2. 20 ye have an unction from the Holy One
2. 24 which ye have heard from the beginning
2. 24 If that which ye have heard from the b.
3. 8 for the devil sinneth from the beginning
3. n this is the message that ye have heard f.
3. 17 and shutteth up his bowels, .from him
4. 21 And this commandment have we from
1 Jo. 5. 21 Little children keep yourselves from idola
2 Jo. 5 but that which we had from the begin.
6 That, as ye have heard from the begin.
Jude 14 Enoch also, the seventh from Adam
Rev. i. 4 from him which is. .and from the seven
i. 5 And from Jesus Christ, .the faithful wit.
i. 5 washed us [from] our sins in his own
3. 12 which cometh down out of heaven from
6. 4 to take peace [from] the earth, and that
6. 16 hide us from the face, .and from the
7. 2 I saw another angel ascending from the
7. 17 God shall wipe away all tears [from] theii
9. 6 shall desire, .and death shall flee from
12. 14 nourished .. from the face of the serpent
13. 8 slain from the foundation of the world
14. 3 which were redeemed from the earth
14. 4 These were redeemed from among men
1 6. 17 there came a great voice, .from the th.
17. b written . . from the foundation of the world
18. 14 And the fruits, .are departed from thee
1 8. 14 and all things, .are departed from thee
20. 9 flre came down [from God] out of heaven
20. 1 1 from whose face the earth and the heaven
21. 2 new Jerusalem, coming down from God
21. 4 God shall wipe away all tears [from] their
21. io city . .descending out of heaven [from]
22. 19 if any.mau shall take away from the
^.Through, Sid (gen.) dm.
2 Th. 2. 2 nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as
25. Near, nigh, iyyvs eygus.
Acts i. 12 from Jerusalem a sabbath day s journey
26.0ut of, from, IK ek, i ex.
Matt 3. 17 And Io a voice from heaven, saying
12. 42 for she came from the uttermost parts of
15. 18 those things, .come forth from the heart
16. i he would show them a sign from heaven
17. 9 Son of man be risen again from the dead
19. 12 which were so born from (their) mother s
21. 25 whence was it? from heaven, or of men?
a*. 25 If we shall say, From heaven; he will say
24. 31 gather together his elect from the four
28. 2 the angel of the Lord descended from h.
Mark i. n And there came a voice from heaven
6. 14 That John the Baptist was risen from the
6. 16 It is John, .he is risen [from the dead]
7. 31 And again, departing from the coasts of
9. 9 till the Son of man were risen from the
9. io what the rising from the dead should
10. 20 all these have I observed from my youth
11. 20 they saw the fig tree dried up from the
1 1. 30 The baptism ot John, was (it) from hea.
11. 31 If we shall say, From heaven ; he will
12. 25 For when they shall rise from the dead
13. 27 gather together his elect from the four
16. 3 Who shall roll us away the stone [from]
Luke i. 15 be filled, .even from his mother s womb
i. 71 That we should be saved from our enem.
i. 71 and from the hand of all that hate us
i. 78 whereby the dayspring from on high
3. 22 and a voice came from heaven, which
9. 7 was said . . that John was risen from the
io. 7 remain. .Go not from house to house
10. 1 8 I beheld Satan as lightning fall from he.
11. 16 others, .sought of him a sign from heav.
11. 31 she came from the utmost parts of the .
12. 36 when he will return from the wedding
16. 31 neither, .though one rose from the dead
17. 7 will say. .when he is come from the field
20. 4 The baptism of John, was it from heaven
20. 5 If we shall say, From heaven ; he will say
20. 35 to obtain, .the resurrection from the d.
23. 55 the women, .which came with him from
24. 46 and to rise from the dead the third day
24. 49 until ye be endued with power from on
John i. 19 when the Jews sent . . Levites from Jerus.
1. 32 I saw the Spirit descending from heaven
2. 22 When therefore he was risen from the d.
3. 13 but he that came down from heaven
3. 27 except it be given him from heaven
3. 31 He that cometh from heaven is above all
5. 24 not come . . but is passed from death unto
6. 23 there came other boats from Tiberias
6. 31 He gave them bread from heaven to eat
6. 32 bread from heaven. .true bread from he.
6. 33 is he which cometh down from heaven
6. 38 For I came down [from] heaven, not to
6 41 I am the bread which came down from h.
6. 42 that he saith, I came down from heaven?
6. 50 the bread which cometh down from hea.
6. 51, 58 bread whioh came down from heaven
6. 64 For Jesus knew from the beginning who
8. 23 Ye are from beneath ; I am from above.
8. 42 for I proceeded forth and came from G.
Q. i he saw a man which was blind from
10. 32 Many good works have I showed you from
12. i Lazarus .. whom he raised from the dead
12. 9 Lazarus. . whom he had raised from the d.
12. 17 Lazarus, .and raised him from the dead
12. 27 Father, save me from this hour : but for
12. 28 Then came there a voice from heaven
12. 32 And I, if I be lifted up from the earth
13. 4 He riseth from supper, and laid aside his
17. 15 but that thou shouldest keep them from
1 8. 3 having received a band, .from the chief
19. 23 coat. .woven from the top throughout
20. i Mary . . seeth the stone taken away from
20. 9 that he must rise again from the dead
21. 14 after that he was risen from the dead
Acts i. 25 [from] which Judas by transgression fell
2. 2 And suddenly there came a sound from
FROM 376 FRUIT
Acts 3. 2 a certain man lame from his mother s
3. 15 whom God hath raised from the dead
4. 2 preached . . the resurrection from the dead
4. 10 Jesus, .whom God raised from the dead
10. 41 with him after he rose from the dead
11. 5 let down from heaven by four corners
11. 9 But the voice answered me again from h.
12. 7 And his chains fell off from (his) hands
12. 25 Barnabas and Saul returned from Jerus
13. 30 But God raised him from the dead
13. 34 And. .that he raised him up from the d.
14. 8 being a cripple from his mother s womb
35. 24 that certain which went out from us
15. 29 from which if ye keep yourselves ye shall
37. 3 Christ must needs have . .risen again from
17. 31 in that he hath raised him from the dead
38. i After these things Paul departed from A.
38. 2 commanded all Jews to depart [from] R.
22. 6 suddenly there shone from heaven a
26. 4 My manner of life from my youth, which
26. 1 7 Delivering thee from the people, and . . the
27. 34 for there shall not an hair fall [from] the
28. 17 yet was I delivered prisoner from Jerus.
K >in. i. 17 righteousness of God revealed from faith
4. 24 that raised up Jesus our Lord from the d
6. 4 that like as Christ was raised up from
6. 9 Knowing that Christ being raised from
6. 13 as those that are alive from the dead
6. 17 but ye have obeyed from the heart that
7. 4 to him who is raised from the dead
7. 24 who shall deliver me from the body of
8. ii of him that raised up Jesus from the d.
8. 1 1 he that raised up Christ from the dead
10. 7 to bring up Christ again from the dead
10. 9 that God hath raised him from the dead
v ii. 15 what, .the receiving, .but life from the
1 Co. 9. 19 For though I be free from all (men), yet
15. 12 if Christ be preached that he rose from
15. 20 But now is Christ risen from the dead
15 47 the second man (is) the Lord from heaven
2 Co. i. 10 Who delivered us from so great a death
3. i or (letters) of commendation from you ?
5. 2 clothed upon with our house which is fr.
5. 8 willing rather to be absent from the body
Gal. i. i God the Father, who raised him from the
i. 4 that he might deliver us from this present
i. 8 though we, or an angel from heaven, pre.
1. 15 who separated me from my mother s wo.
3. 13 Christ hath redeemed us from the curse
Eph. i. 20 when he raised him from the dc id, and
4. 1 6 From whom the whole body fitly joined
5. 14 arise from the dead, and Christ shall give
6. 6 doing the will of God from the heart
Phil. 3. 20 from whence also we look for the Saviour
Col. i. 13 Who hath delivered us from the power
1. 18 the beginning, the first born from the de.
2. 12 God, who hath raised him from the dead
2. 19 not holding the Head, from which all the
4. 16 ye likewise read the (epistle) from Laodi.
1 Th. i. 10 And to wait for his Son from heaven
1. 10 whom he raised from the dead, (even) J.
2 Ti. 2. 8 was raised from the dead according to
Heb. 5. 7 unto him that was able to save .. from
7. 6 he whose descent is not counted from
11. 19 able to raise, .up, even from the dead
13. 20 that brought again from the dead our L.
Jas. 5. 20 he which converteth the sinner from the
5. 20 shall save a soul from death, and shall
i Pe. i. 3 by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from
1. 1 8 redeemed, .from your vain conversation
1. 21 God, that raised him up from the dead
9 Pe. i. 18 this voice which came from heaven we
2. 21 [to turn from the holy commandment]
i Jo. 2. 19 They went out from us, but they were
3. 14 We know that we have passed from death
Rev. 3. 10 I also will keep thee from the hour of
8. 10 and there fell a great star from heaven
q. i and I saw a star fall from heaven unto
9. 13 I heard a voice from the four horns of
10. 1 1 saw another, .angel come down from h.
10. 4 I heard a voice from heaven saying unto
10. 8 the voice which I heard from heaven sp.
11. ii the Spirit of life from God entered into
ii. 12 they heard a great voice from heaven
13. 13 he maketh fire come down from heaven
14. 2 I heard a voice from heaven, as the voice
14. 13;! heard a voice from heaven saying unto
14. i3~that they may rest from their labours
14. 18 another angel came out from the altar
15. 8 from the glory of God, and from hispow.
18. i I saw another angel come down from h.
38. 4 I heard another voice from heaven, say.
20. 1 1 saw an angel come down from heaven
27. From, from beside, irapd (gen.) para.
Marki2. 2 that he might receive from the husband.
14. 43 from the chief priests and the scribes and
Luke i. 45 of those things which were told her from
2. i there went out a decree from Cesar Au.
8. 49 there cometh one [from] the ruler of the
John i. 6 There was a man sent from God, whose
5. 34 But I receive not testimony from man
5. 41 I receive not honour from men
5. 44 and seek not the honour that (cometh) fr.
7. 29 for I am from him, and he hath sent me
15. 26 whom I will send unto you from the Fat.
15. 26 of truth, which proceedeth from the Fat.
1 6. 27 and have believed that I came out from
16. 28 I came forth [from] the Father, and am
17. 8 and have known, .that I came out from
Acts 9. 14 here he hath authority from the chief
22. 5 from whom also I received letters unto
Acts 26. 10 having received authority from the chief
26. 12 authority and commission [from] thech.
Phil. 4. iShavingreceivedofE. the things, .from you
2 Pe. 1.17 For he received from God the Father ho.
2 John 3 from God . . and from the Lord Jesus Ch.
4 we have received a commandment from
28. Of the, rov tou.
Rom 15. 22 I have been much hindered from coming
29.By, vir6 (gen.) hupo.
Luke i. 26 the angel Gabriel was sent [from] God
2 Pe. 1. 17 a voice to him from the excellent glory
FROM among (or up)
I.From, out of, ]S min.
Eze. 36. 24 I will take you from among the heathen
2. From (being) with, cyp me-im.
Ruth 4. 10 name of the dead be not cut off from am.
S.From, &v6 apo.
Acts 15 19 them which from among the Gentiles
4. Out of, K (ntffcv) ek mesou.
Matti3 49 and sever the wicked from among 19. 20.
Acts 3. 23 shall be destroyed from among Lu. 18. 21.
17. 33 So Paul departed from amont, them
23. 10; i 00.5.2,13; 2 Co. 6. 17; Heb. 5. i.
FROM thence, that place fKfWtv ekeithen.
Matt. 4.21; 9. 9; 12. 15 ; 15. 29; Mark 6. i, 10;
7. 24 ; 10. i ; Luke 16. 26 ; Acts 7. 4 ; 13. 4 ;
16. 12 ; 21. i ; 27. 4 ; 38. 15.
FROM beside
Xear, beside, with, SSN etsel.
1 Ki. 3. 20 took my son from beside me, while thine
Eze. 10. 16 wheels also turned not from beside them
FROM between
From (being) with, cyo me-im.
Gen. 48. 12 Joseph brought them out from between
FROM off
From on, ^yo me-al.
Gen. 7. 4 will I destroy from off the face of the ea.
FROM the midst
From between, pap mib-ben.
Jer. 48. 45 and a flame from the midst of Sihon
FRONT
Face, C J^ panim.
2 Sa. 10. 9 When Joab saw that the front of the bat.
2 Ch. 3. 4 And the porch that (was) in the front
FRONTIER
End, extremity, njfjj qatseh.
Eze. 25. 9 from his cities .. on his frontiers, the glory
FRONTLETS
Frontlets, nis^io totaphoth.
Exodi3. 16 and for frontlets between thine eyes
Deut. 6. 8 they shall be as frontlets between thine
ii. 1 8 that they may be as frontlets between yo.
FROST
I.Frost, hail stones, Spjri chanamal.
Psa. 78. 47 and their sycamore trees with frost
I.Cold, frost, ice, rn^ qerach.
Gen. 31. 40 consumed me, and the frost by night
Job 37. 10 By the breath of God frost is (riven
Jer. 36. 30 shall be cast out. .in the night to the fr.
FROWARD
\.Froward, tortuous, ^5555 haphakpak.
Prov 21. 8 The way of man (is) froward and strange
2. To be perverse, perverted, m luz, 2.
Prov. 2. 15 crooked, and (they) froward in their paths
3. 32 For the froward (is) abomination to the
3. Perverse, Vpy iqqesh.
2 Sa. 22. 27 with the froward thou wilt show thyself
Psa. 18. 26 with the froward thou wilt show thyself
101. 4 A froward heart shall depart from me
Prov 1 1. 20 They that are of a froward heart (are) ab.
17. 20 He that hath a froward heart flnaeth
2*. 5 snares (are) in the way of the froward
4. To be a wrestler, hn^pathal, 2.
Job 5. 13 and the counsel of the froward is carried
Prov. 8. 8 nothing froward or perverse in them
S.Perverseness, frowardness, nv DE,in tahpukoth.
Prov 8. 13 pride, .and the froward mouth, do I hate
io. 31 but the froward tongue shall be cut out
1 6. 28 A froward man soweth strife ; and a wh is.
6. Perverse, perversities, WPpy iqqeshuth.
Prov. 4. 24 Put away from thee a froward mouth
6. 12 a wicked man, walketh with a froward
7. Crooked, perverse, (TKo\i6s skolios.
i Pe. 2. 18 not only to the good, .but also to the fro.
FROWARD. to show elf
To show self a wrestler, Sn$ pcrthal, 7.
Psa. 18. 26 froward thou wilt show thyself froward
FROWARD, very, (thing)
Perverseness, frowardness, niDBnn tahpukoth.
Deut 32. 20 for they (are) a very froward generation
Prov. 2. 12 from the man that speaketh froward tin.
ic. 30 He shutteth his eyes to devise froward t.
FROWARDLT
Turning back, ayijp shobab.
Isa. 57. 17 he went on frowardly in the way of his h.
FROWARDNESS
Perverseness, frowardness, rvojrin tahpukoth.
Prov 2. 14 delight in the frowardness of the wicked
6. 34 Frowardness (is) in his heart, he deviseth
io. 32 the mouth of the wicked . . frowardness
FROZEN, to be
To become caught or struck together, 13^ lakad, 7.
Job 38. 30 and the face of the deep is frozen
I. Fruit, budding, 3K eb.
Song 6. 1 3 I went down . . to see the fruits of the va.
2.Fruit, budding, 3N eb.
Dan. 4. 12, 21 and the fruit thereof much, and in it
4. 34 shake off his leaves, and scatter his fruit
3. Increase, hiy. yebul.
Deut 33. 17 and that the land yield not her fruit
Hab. 3. 37 neither (shall) fruit (be) in the vines : the
Hag. 3. 30 and the earth is stayed (from) her fruit
t.Child, i^; yeled.
Exod2i. 22 so that her fruit depart, .and yet no
5.Bread, food, on1
? lechem.
Jer. 33. 19 Let us destroy the tree with the fruit
6. Eating, food, VJKIJ maakal.
Sell. 9. 25 vineyards .. and fruit trees in abundance
7. Fulness, nijSp meleah.
Deut 22. 9 the fruit of thy seed which thou hast sown
8. Fruit, utterance, 2 i nib [V.L. !"].
Isa. 57. 19 I create the fruit of the lips ; Peace
9. Fruit, utterance, 3"} nib.
Mai. i. 12 The table, .(is) polluted ; and the fruit
10. Fruit, "59 peri:
Gen. i. 1 3 the fruit tree yielding fruit . whose seed
i. 12 and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed
i. 29 every tree, in the which (is) the fruit of
3. 2 We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the
3. 3 But of the fruit of the tree which (is) in
3. 6 she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat
4. 3 Cain brought of the fruit of the ground
30. 2 withheld from thee . . fruit of the womb ?
Kxodio. 15 they did eat. .all the fruit of the trees
Lev. 19. 23 then ye shall count the fruit thereof as
39. 24 all the fruit thereof shall be holy, to
19. 25 in the fifth year shall ye eat of the fruit
25. 19 And the land shall yield her fruit, and ye
26. 4 the trees of the field shall yield their fruit
26. 20 neither shall the trees, .yield their fruits
27. 30 (whether) of the seed . . (or) of the fmit of
Num 33. 20 and bring of the fruit of the land. Now
33. 26 and showed them the fruit of the land
13. 27 came unto the land, .and this (is) the fr.
Deut. i . 25 they took of the fruit of the land in their
7. 13 bless the fruit of thy womb, and the fruit
26. 2 of the first of all the fruit of the earth
28. 4 Blessed (shall be) the fruit of thy body
28. 4 fruit of thy ground, and the fruit of thy
28. i I plenteous . .in the fruit of thy body, and
28. ii the fruit of thy cattle, and in the fruit of
28. 38 the fruit of thy body, and the fruit of thy
28. 33 The fruit of thy land, and all thy labours
28. 42 All thy trees and fruit of thy land shall
28. 51 eat the fruit of thy cattle, and the fruit
28. 53 thou shalt eat the fruit of thine own body
30. 9 plenteous, .in the fruit of thy body, and
30. 9 fruit of thy cattle, and in the fruit of thy
2 Ki. 19. 29 plant vineyards, and eat the fruits there.
19. 30 take root downward, and bear fruit upw.
Neh. o. 36 to eat the fruit thereof and the good the.
10. 35 of all fruit of all trees, year by year, unto
30. 37 and the fruit of all manner of trees, of
Psa. 3. 3 that bringeth forth his fruit in his Man in
23. 30 Their fruit shalt thou destroy from the
72. 36 the fruit thereof shall shake like Lebanon
104. 13 is satisfied with the fruit of thy works
105. 35 and devoured the fruit of their ground
107. 37 which may yield fruits of increase
127. 3 the fruit of the womb (is his) reward
132. ii Of the fruit of thy body will I set upon
Prov. 3. 33 they eat of the fruit of their own way
8. 39 My fruit (is) better than gold, yea, than
11. 30 The fruit of the righteous (is) a tree of
32. 34 be satisfied, .by the fruit of (his) mouth
33. 2 A man shall eat good by the fruit of (his)
18. 20 be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth
38. 21 they that love it shall eat the fruit there.
27. 18 Whoso keepeth the. .tree shall eat the f.
31. 16 with the fruit of her hands she planteth
31. 31 Give her of the fruit of her hands; and
Eccl. 2. 5 planted trees in them of all (kind of) fr.
Song 2. 3 and his fruit (was) sweet to my taste
4. 13 plants (are) an orchard . . with pleasant fr.
4. 16 Let my beloved, .eat his pleasant fruits
8. 1 1 every one for the fruit thereof was to br.
8. 12 those that keep the fruit, .two hundred
Isa. 3. io they shall eat the fruit of their doings
4. 2 the fruit of the earth (shall be) excellent
io. 12 I will punish the fruit of the stout heart
13. 18 have no pity on the fruit of the womb
14. 29 and his fruit (shall be) a fiery Hying serp.
27. 9 this (is) all the fruit to take away his sin
37. 30 plant vineyards, and eat the fruit thereof
37. 31 again take root, .and bear fruit upward
FRUIT 377 FULFIL
Isa. 65. 21 plant vineyards, and eat the fruit of them
Jer. 2. 7 to eat the fruit.. and the goodness there.
6. 19 the fruit of their thoughts, because they
7. 20 poured out upon, .the fruit of the ground
11. 16 A green olive tree, fair, (and) of goodly f.
12. 2 they grow, yea, they bring forth fruit
17. 8 neither shall cease from yielding fruit
17. 10 (and) according to the fruit of his doings
21. 14 will punish you according to the fruit of
29. 5, 28 plant gardens, and eat the fruit of
32. 19 and according to the fruit of his doings
Lam. 2. 20 Shall the women eat their fruit, (and)
Eze. 17. 8 It was planted .. that it might bear fruit
17. 9 shall he not . . cut off the fruit thereof
17. 23 and bear fruit, and be a goodly cedar : and
19. 12 the east wind dried up her fruit ; her
19. 14 fire, .hath devoured her fruit, so that
25. 4 they shall eat thy fruit, and . . drink thy
34. 27 the tree of the field shall yield her fruit
36. 8 yield your fruit to my people of Israel
36. 30 I will multiply the fruit of the tree, and
47. 12 neither shall the fruit, .be consumed : it
47. 12 the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and
Hos. 9. 16 root is dried up, they shall bear no fruit
10. i he bringeth forth fruit unto himself
10. i according to the multitude of his fruit
10. 13 ye have eaten the fruit of lies : because
14. 8 From me is thy fruit found
Joel 2. 22 for the tree beareth her fruit, the fig tree
Amos 2. 9 yet I destroyed his fruit from above, and
6. 12 the fruit of righteousness into hemlock
9. 14 make gardens, and eat the fruit of them
Mic. 6. 7 fruit of my body (for) the sin of my soul ?
7. 13 be desolate, .for the fruit of their doings
Zech. 8. 1 2 the vine shall give her fruit, and the
Mai. 3. 1 1 not destroy the fruits of your ground
11. Incoming, fruit, nxm? tebuah.
Exodz3. 10 and shalt gather in the fruits thereof
Lev. 23. 39 when ye have gathered in the fruit of the
25. 3 and gather in the fruit thereof
25. 15 unto the number of years of the fruits he
25. 16 number, .of the fruits doth he sell unto
25. 21 it shall bring forth fruit for three years
25. 22 and eat. .of old fruit until the ninth year
25. 22 until her fruits come in ye shall eat. .the
Deut22. 9 and the fruit of thy vineyard, be defiled
33. 14 for the precious fruits, .by the sun
Josh. 5. 12 they did eat of the fruit of the land of
2 Ki. 8. 6 Restore all . . the fruits of the field since
Prov 10. 16 to life : the fruit of the wicked to sin
12.Fruit, increase, nyjp tenubah.
Judg. 9. ii Should I forsake, .my good fruit, and go
Isa. 27. 6 and fill the face of the world with fruit
Lam. 4. 9 stricken through for. .the fruits of the fl.
13. Produce, -yeVj/Tj/xa genneina.
Matt 26. 29 I will not drink henceforth of this fruit
Marki4. 25 I will drink no more of the fruit of the v.
Luke 12. 18 there will I bestow all my [fruits] and my
22. 18 I will not drink of the fruit of the vine
2 Co. 9. 10 increase the fruits of your righteousness
14. Fruit, Kapiros karpos.
Matt. 3. 8 Bring forth therefore fruits meet forv. 10.
7. 16 Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do
7. 17 every good tree bringeth forth good fruit
7. 17 a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit
7. 1 8 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit
7. 18 neither (can) a corrupt tree, .good fruit
7. 19 tree that bringeth not forth good fruit
7. 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know
12. 33 Either make the tree good, and his fruit
12. 33 fruit corrupt : for the tree is known by . .f.
13. f, brought forth fruit, some an hundred fold
13. 26 was sprung up, and brought forth fruit
21. 19 Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward
21. 34 And when the time of the fruit drew near
21. 34 that they might receive the fruits of it
21. 41 which shall render him the fruits in their
21. 43 given to a nation bringing forth the fruits
Mark 4. 7 thorns, .choked it, and it yielded no fruit
4. 8 did yield fruit that sprang up and incre.
4. 29 But when the fruit is brought forth
11. 14 No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ev.
12. 2 might receive . . of the fruit of the vineya.
Luke i. 42 and blessed (is) the fruit of thy womb
3. 8 Bring forth therefore fruits worthy of re
3. 9 which bringeth not forth good fruit is
6. 43 good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit
6. 43 neither doth a corrupt tree, .good fruit
6. 44 For every tree is known by his own fruit
8. 8 sprang up, and bare fruit an hundred fold
12. 17 I have no room where to bestow my fru.?
13. 6 he came and sought fruit thereon, and
13. 7 these three years I come seeking fruit on
13. 9 And if it bear fruit . . and if not . . after th.
20. 10 that they should give him of the fruit of
John 4. 36 and gathereth fruit unto life eternal
12. 24 but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit
15. 2 Every branch in me that beareth not fru.
15. 2 purgeth it, that it may bring forth more f.
15. 4 As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself
15. 5 the same bringeth forth much fruit: for
15. 8 that ye bear much fruit ; so shall ye be
15. 16 that ye should go and bring forth fruit
15. 16 and (that) your fruit should remain
Acts 2. 30 that of the fruit of his loins, according to
Rom. 1.13 that I might have some fruit among you
6. 21 What fruit had ye then in those things
6. 22 ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the
15. 28 and have sealed to them this fruit, I will
tOo.g. 7 and eateth not of the fruit thereof? or
Gal. 5. 22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, Joy
Eph. 5. 9 the fruit of the Spirit (is) in all goodness
Phil, i. ii Being filled with the fruits of righteous,
i. 22 But if I live in the flesh, this (is) the fruit
4. 17 I desire fruit that may abound to your ac.
2 Ti. 2. 6 husbandm... must be. .partaker of the fr.
Heb. 12. ii it yieldeth the peaceable fruit of righte.
13. 15 the fruit of (our) lips giving thanks to his
Jas. 3. 17 gentle . .full of mercy and good fruits
3.18 the fruit of righteousness is sown in peace
5. 7 waiteth for the precious fruit of the ea.
5. 1 8 and the earth brought forth her fruit
Rev. 22. 2 which bare twelve (manner of) fruits
22. 2 (and) yielded her fruit every month
[See also Cast, first ripe, hasty, new, summer, sycamore.]
FRUIT, best
What is praised, m,p7 zimrah.
Gen. 43. ii take of the best fruits in the land in your
FRUIT, to bear
To bear fruit, Kapiro<pop(<0 karpophoreo.
Matt 13. 23 which also beareth fruit, and bringeth fo.
FRUIT, to bring
To be fruitful, rn^ parah.
Eze. 36. 1 1 and they shall increase and bring fruit
FRUIT, to bring forth
1. To bring forth, increase, 3 nub.
Psa. 92. 14 They shall still bring forth fruit in old
2.To bear fruit, Kapiro<popf<i> karpophoreo.
Mark 4. 20 and receive (it), and bring forth fruit
4. 28 the earth bringeth forth fruit of herself
Luke 8. 15 keep .. and bring forth fruit with patience
Rom. 7. 4 that we should bring forth fruit unto God
7. 5 did work . . to bring forth fruit unto death
Col. i. 6 and bringeth forth fruit, as .also in you
FRUIT, first of ripe
Fulness, n<5?p meleah.
Exod22. 29 the first of thy ripe fruits, and of thy liq.
FRUTT, without
Without fritit, &Kapiros akarpos.
Jude 12 without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by
FRUIT withereth, whose
Withering autumnal fruit, tyQivoirwpivos phthino.
Jude 12 trees whose fruit withereth. .twice dead
FRUITFUL
l.Seed, VII zera.
Eze. 17. 5 took, .and planted it in a fruitful field
2. To be fruit/til, iri? parah.
Gen. 49. 22 a fruitful bough . . a fruitful bough by a
Psa. 1 28. 3 Thy wife, .as a fruitful vine by the sides
Isa. 17. 6 four (or) five in the outmost fruitful bra.
32. 12 They shall lament, .for the fruitful vine
Eze. 19. 10 she was fruitful and full of branches by
3. Offruit, ")9 peri.
Psa. 107. 34 A fruitful land into barrenness, for the
148. 9 and all hills ; fruitful trees, and all ced.
4. Fruit bearing, Kaptrotyopos karpophoros.
Acts 14. 17 gave us rain from heaven, and fruitful
FRUITFUL, to be
I. To produce fruit, tf}^ para, 5.
Hos. 13. 15 though he be fruitful among, .brethren
Z.To be fruitful, rrjp parah.
Gen. i. 22 Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the wat.
i. 28 God said unto them, Be fruitful, and mu.
8. 17 that they may breed, .and be fruitful
9. i Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish
9. 7 And you, be ye fruitful, and multiply
26. 22 and we shall be fruitful in the land
35. ii And God said, .be fruitful and multiply
Exod. i. 7 And the children of Israel were fruitful
Jer. 23. 3 and they shall be fruitful and increase
3. To bear fruit, Kapiro<poptw karpophoreo.
Col. i. 10 being fruitful in every good work, and
FRUITFUL, to cause to be
To make fruitful, .Tip parah, 5.
Gen. 41. 52 For God hath caused me to be fruitful in
FRUITFUL field
Fruitful place or field, ^cn? karmel.
Isa. 10. 18 of his fruitful field, both soul and body
29. 17 Lebanon shall be turned into a fruitful ft.
29. 17 the fruitful field shall be esteemed as a f.
32. 15 and the wilderness be a fruitful field
32. 15 the fruitful field be counted for a forest
32. 16 righteousness remain in the fruitful field
FRUITFUL, to make
To make fruitful, rn? parah, 5.
Gen. 17. 5 I will make thee exceeding fruitful, and
1 7. 20 I . . will make him fruitful, and will mult.
28. 3 God. .bless thee, and make thee fruitful
48. 4 I will make thee fruitful, and multiply
Lev. 26. 9 I will. .make you fruitful, and multiply
FRUITFUL place
Fruitful place or field, ^-13 karmel.
Jer. 4. 26 the fruitful place (was) a wilderness, and
FRUITFUL, very
A son of oil, ic?*"|3 ben shemen.
Isa. 5. i hath a vineyard ir> a very fruitful hill
FRUITS
I. Power, r\3 koach.
Job 31. 39 If I have eaten the fruits thereof without
2. Ripe or full fruits, oirwpa opora.
Rev. 18. 14 the fruits that thy soul lusted after are
FRUSTRATE, to
1. To break, make void, "np parar, 5.
Ezra 4. 5 to frustrate their purpose, all the days
Isa. 44. 25 That frustrateth the tokens of the liars
2. To put aside, aQcrtu atheted.
Gal. 2. 21 1 do not frustrate the grace of God : for
FRYING pan
Frying pan, kettle, n^rrip marchesheth.
Lev. 2. 7 if . . a meat offering (baken) in the frying p.
7. 9 and all that is dressed in the frying pan
FUEL
I. Eating, food, nb?N oklah.
Eze. 15. 4 Behold, it is cast into the fire for fuel
15. 6 which I have given to the fire for fuel
21. 32 Thou shalt be for fuel to the fire ; thy
Z.Eatiny, food, n.^b^p maakoleth.
Isa. 9. 5 but . . shall be with burning . . fuel of fire
9. 19 shall be as the fuel
FUGITIVE
\.0nefieeing, a fugitive, r^$ bariach.
Isa. 15. 5 his fugitives, .unto Zoar, an heifer of
I.One fleeing, a fugitive, rrno mibrach.
Eze. 17. 21 all his fugitives with all his bands shall
3. To move, shake, stagger, luander, y~: nua.
Gen. 4. 12 a fugitive and a vagabond shalt thou be
4. 14 I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond
4. To fall, *?5j naphal.
2 Ki.zs. n the fugitives that fell away to the king of
5. One who slips out, &*?$ palit.
Judg 12. 4 Ye Gileadites (are) fugitives of Ephraim
FULFIL, to
I. To cut off, JN3. batsa, 3.
Lam. 2. 17 he hath fulfilled his word that he had
2. To complete, finish, n^ kalah, 3.
Exod. 5. 13 Fulfil your works .. daily tasks, as when
5. 14 Wherefore have ye not fulfilled your task
3. Tofill up or in, K^C male.
Job 36. 17 thou hast fulfilled the judgment of the w.
4. To fill in or up, xSp male, 3.
Gen. 29. 27 Fulfil her week, and we will give thee
29. 28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled her week
Exod23. 26 the number of thy days I will fulfil
1 Ki. 2. 27 that he might fulfil the word of the LORD
8. 15 and hath with his hand fulfilled (it), say.
8. 24 and hast fulfilled (it) with thine hand, as
2 Ch. 6. 4 who hath with his hands fulfilled (that)
6. 15 and hast fulfilled (it) with thine hand, as
36. 21 To fulfil the word of the LORD by the m.
36. 21 desolate, .to fulfil threescore and ten ye.
Psa. 20. 5 banners : the LORD fulfil all thy petitions
Jer. 44. 25 and fulfilled with your hand, saying
5. To do, nyy asah.
2 Sa. 14. 22 in that the king hath fulfilled the request
1 Ch.22. 13 if thou takest heed to fulfil the statutes
Psa. 145. 19 He will fulfil the desire of them that fear
148. 8 vapour ; stormy wind fulfilling his word
6. To fill up, avair\rip6u anapleroo.
Matt 13. 14 And in them is fulfilled the prophecy of
Gal. 6. 2 Bear ye., and so fulfil the law of Christ
7. To fill out, fKir\rip6(0 ekplerod.
Acts 13. 33 God hath fulfilled the same unto us their
S.To fill, make full, rt\t\p6fa pleroo.
Matt. 3. 15 for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righ.
4. 14 That it might be fulfilled which was sp.
5. 17 I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil
Acts 12. 25 returned, .when they had fulfilled, .min.
13. 25 And as John fulfilled his course, he said
13. 27 voices, .they have fulfilled, .in condemn.
14. 26 recommended, .forthe work which they f.
Rom. 13. 8 he that loveth another hath fulfilled
Phil. 2. 2 Fulfil ye my joy, that ye be like minded
Col i. 25 made a minister, .to fulfil the word of G.
4 17 And say. .Take heed, .that thou fulfil it
2 Th. i. ii fulfil all the good pleasure of (his) good.
9. To do, make, iroteca poieo.
Acts 13. 22 a man. .which shall fulfil all my will
Eph. 2. 3 fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of
Rev. 17. 17 in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to
10.ro accomplish, end, re\d6(a teleioo.
Luke 2 43 And when they had fulfilled the days, as
Johnig 28 that the Scripture might be fulfilled, saith
II. To end, re\fca teleo.
Acts 13. 29 when they had fulfilled all that was wri.
Rom. 2. 27 if it fulfil the law, judge thee. who by
Gal 5. 16 ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh
Jas. 2. 8 If ye fulfil the royal law according to the
Rev. 15. 8 till the seven plagues . . were fulfilled
17. 17 until the words of God shall be fulfilled
20. 3 till the thousand years should be fulfilled
12.7*0 end together, trwr(\fa> sunteleo.
Marki3- 4 sign when all these things shall be fulfil
48
FULFILLED 378 FULL
FULFILLED, to be --
1 . To be complete, finished, rhy kalah.
Ezra i . i that the word of the LOUD . . might be ful.
2. To be full, Kh$ male.
Gen. 25. 24 when her days to be delivered were fill.
29. 21 Give, .my wife, for my days are fulfilled
50. 3 Ami forty days were fulfilled for him
50. 3 for so are fulfilled the days of those that
Lev. 12. 4 the days of her purifying be fulfilled
12. 6 when the days of her purifying arc ful.
Num. 6. 5 until the days be fulfilled, in the which
6. 13 when the days of his separation are ful.
2 Sa. 7. 12 when thy days be fulfilled, and them
Lam. 4. 18 our end is near, our days are fulfilled
Eze. 5. 2 when the days of the siege are fulfilled
Dan. 10. 3 till three whole weeks were fulfilled
3. To be filled, completed, n1
?? male, 2.
Exod. 7. 25 And seven days were fulfilled, after that
4. To be ended, ",10 suph.
Dan. 4. 33 Tlie same hour was the thing fulfilled
5. To become, come to pass, yivo/uat ginomai.
Matt. 5. 18 shall in no wise pass, .till all be fulfilled
24. 34 shall not pass, till all these things be f.
Luke2i. 32 shall not pass away, till all be fulfilled
Q. To Jill, make full, irArjpow pleroo.
Matt i. 22 this was done, that it might be fulfilled
2. 15 it might be fulfilled which was spoken of
2. 17 Then was fulfilled that which was spoken
2. 23 that it might be fulfilled which was spo.
8. 17 That it might be fulfilled which was spo.
12. 17 That it might be fulfilled which was spo.
13. 35 That it might be fulfilled that was spoken
21. 4 All this was done, that it might be ful.
26. 54 how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled
26. 56 scriptures of the prophets might be ful.
27. 9 Then was fulfilled that which was spoken
27. 35 [that it might be fulfilled which was sp.j
Mark i. 15 The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of
14. 49 but the scriptures must be fulfilled
15. 28 [And the scripture was fulfilled, which]
Luke i. 20 my words, which [shall be fulfilled] in
4. 21 This day is this scripture fulfilled in your
21. 22 that all things, .written [may be fulfilled]
21. 24 until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled
22. 16 until it be fulfilled in the kingdom of God
24. 44 that all things must be fulfilled, which
John 3. 29 voice ; this my joy therefore^ fulfilled
12. 38 That the saying, .might be fulfilled, which
13. 1 8 but that the scripture may be fulfilled
15. 25 that the wo*rd might be fulfilled that is
17. 12 that the scripture might be fulfilled
17. 13 that they might have my joy fulfilled
18. 9 That the saying might be fulfilled, which
1 8. 32 That the saying of Jesus might be fulfil.
19. 24 that the scripture might be fulfilled
19. 36 done, that the scripture should be ful.
Acts i. 16 this scripture must needs have been ful.
3. 1 8 But those things, .he hath so fulfilled
9. 23 And after that many days were fulfilled
Rom. 8. 4 righteousness, .might be fulfilled in us
2 Co. 10. 6 disobedience, when your obedience is fu.
Gal. 5. 14 For all the law is fulfilled in one word
Jas. 2. 23 the scripture was fulfilled which saith
Rev. 6. i r and their brethren . . should be fulfilled
FULFILLING, (be)
Fulness, irA^poyto plUroma.
Rom. 1 3. 10 therefore love (is) the fulfilling of the
FULL
l.Full, vb? nude.
Gen. 41. 7 ears devoured the seven rank and full
41. 22 seven ears came; up in one stalk, full and
Num. 7. 13 both of them, .full of fine Hour mingled
7. 14, 20 One spoon of. .gold, full of incense
7. 19 full of fine flour mingled with oil, for a
[So in v. 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, ss, 61, 67, 73, 79].
7. 26, 32, 38, 44, 50 golden spoon, .full of ince.
7. 56, 62, 68, 74, 80 golden spoon, .full of incen.
7. 86 The golden spoons, .twelve, full of incen.
Deut. 6. ii houses full of all good, .which thou fille.
33. 23 and full with the blessing of the LORD
34. 9 Joshua, .was full of the spirit of wisdom
Ruth. i. 21 I went out full, and the LORD hath brou.
2 Sa. 23. ii where was a piece of ground full of lenti.
2 Ki. 4. 4 and thou shall sel aside that which is full
7. 15 all the way (was) full of garments and v.
i Ch.n. 13 where was a parcel of ground full of bar.
21. 22 thou shall granl il me for the full price
21. 24 but I will verily buy it for Ihe full price
Neh. 9. 25 and possessed houses full of all goods
Psa. 73. 10 walers of a full (cup) are wrung oul to
75. 8 a cup, and the wine is red ; it is full of mi.
144. 13 our garners, .full, affording all manner
Prov.i 7. i than an house full of sacrifices, .strife
Eccl. i. 7 run into the sea; yet the sea (is) not full
Isa. i. 21 the faithful city, .it was full of judgment
22. 2 Thou that art full of stirs, a tumultuous
51. 20 they are full of the fury of the LORD, the
Jer. 4. 12 a full wind from those, .shall come unto
5.27 cage is full of birds, so (are) their houses f.
6. ii the aged with (him that is) full of days
35. 5 And I set . . pots full of wine, and cups
ze. i . 1 8 rings . . full of eyes round about them four
10. 12 and the wheels, .full of eyes round about
17. 3 full of feathers, which had divers colours
28. 12 Thou, .full of wisdom, and perfect in be.
37. i midst of the valley which (was) full of b.
Amos 2. 13 as a cart is pressed (that is) full of sheaves
Nah. 3. i it (is) all full of lies . . robbery ; the prey
2. Fulness, N^P, Sp melo.
Exodi6. 33 Take a pot, and pul an omer full of man.
Lev. 16. 12 he shall take a censer full of burning
16. 12 hands full of sweet incense beaten small
Num22. 18 If Balak would give me his house full of
24. 13 If Balak would give me his house full of
Judg. (j. 38 wringed the dew. .a bowl full of water
2 Sa. 8. 2 measured, .with one full line to keep ali.
2 Ki. 4. 39 gathered thereof wild gourds his lap full
Eccl. 4. 6 than both the hands full (with) travail
Isa. 6. 3 Holy . .the whole earth (is) full of his glo.
Eze. 32. 15 be destitute of that whereof it was full
41. 8 foundations, .a full reed of six great cub.
3. Many, much, great, 31 rob.
Lain. i. i How doth the city sit solitary (that was) f.
4. Satisfied, satiated, yyy sabea.
Gen. 25. 8 Then Abraham . .died . .an old man, and f.
i Sa. 2. 5 full have hired out themselves for bread
Prov 27. 7 The full soul loatheth an honey comb: b.
5. Satiety, yye soba.
Exodi6. 3 when we did eat bread to the full ; for
Lev. 26. 5 ye shall eat your bread to the full, and
Psa. 78. 25 angels food : he sent them meat to the f .
6. To complete, ahy shalam, 3.
Exod22. 3 he should make full restitution : if he
7. Finished, perfect, chy shalem.
Gen. 15. 16 the iniquity of the Amorites (is) not yet f.
Ruth 2. 12 a full reward be given thee of the LORD
S.Bont, essence, C^i! elsem.
Job 21. 23 One dieth in his full strength, being wh.
9. Perfect, complete, C pn tamim.
Lev. 25. 30 not redeemed within the space of a full
10. Days, D p; yamim.
Dan. 10. 2 I Daniel was mourning three full weeks
11. To satiate, satisfy, KopcWuyut korennumi.
1 Co. 4. 8 Now ye are full, now ye are rich, ye have
12. Replete, stored, full, ft,fffr6s mestos.
Mail 23. 28 within ye are full of hypocrisy and ini.
Johmg. 29 Now there was set a vessel full of vinegar
21. ii drew the net lo land full of greal fishes
Rom. i. 29 full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, ma.
15. 14 that ye also are full of goodness, filled
Jas. 3. 8 (it is) an unruly evil, full of deadly poison
3. 17 full of mercy and good fruits, without
2 Pe. 2. 14 Having eyes full of adultery, and that
13.ro replete, store, fill, pearou mestoo.
Acts 2. 13 Others, .said, These men are full of new
Il.Full, irA^pTjy pleres.
Matt 14. 20 up of the fragments, .twelve baskets full
15. 37 broken (meat), .was left seven baskets f.
Mark 4. 28 ear, after lhal the full corn in the ear
6. 43 And they took up twelve baskets full of
8. 19 how many baskets full of fragments took
Luke 4. i And Jesus, being full of the Holy Ghost
5. 12 behold a man full of leprosy ; who seeing
John i. 14 dwelt among us. .full of grace and truth
Acts 6. 3 men. .full of the Holy Ghost and wisdom
6. 5 they chose Stephen, a man full of faith
6. 8 Stephen, full of faith and power, did
7. 55 he, being full of the Holy Ghost, looked
9. 36 this woman was full of good works and
1 1. 24 he was a good man, and full of the Holy
13. 10 O full of all subtilty and all mischief
19. 28 they were full of wrath, and cried out
2 John 8 lose not. .but that we receive a full rew.
15. To make full, irArjpoco pleroo.
Johm6. 24 ye shall receive, that your joy may be full
1 Jo. i. 4 write we unto you that your joy may be f.
2 John 12 speak face to face, that our joy may be f.
16. Fulness, irA4jpo>/ua pleroma.
Mark 8. 20 how many baskets full of fragments took
[See also Age, branches, ears, end, feed, filled, weight.]
FULL, to be (or have)
1. To be full, nh$ male.
Exod. 8. 21 houses of Ihe Egyptians shall be full of
Judgi6. 27 Now the house was full of men and wo.
2 Ki. 4. 6 came to pass, when the vessels were full
6. 17 the mountain (was) full of horses and ch.
Job 20. n His bones are full, .of his youth, which
21. 24 His breasts are full of milk, and his bones
32. 18 For I am full of matter, the spirit within
36. 16 should be set on thy table . . full of fatness
Psa. 10. 7 His mouth is full of cursing and deceit
26. 10 and their right hand is full of bribes
33. 5 earth is full of the goodness of the LORD
48. 10 thy right hand is full of righteousness
65. 9 the river of God. .is full of waler : thou
74. 20 dark places . . are full of the habitations
104. 24 O LORD, .the earth is full of thy riches
119. 64 The earth, O LORD, is full of thy mercy
Eccl. 9. 3 also Ihe heart, .is full of evil, and mad.
Isa. 1.15 will not hear : your hands are full of bl.
ii. 9 the earth shall be full of the knowledge
13. 21 houses shall be full of doleful creatures
15. 9 the waters of Dimon shall be full of blood
22. 7 thy choicest valleys shall be full of char.
28. 8 For all tables are full of vomit . . fllthinuss
Isa. 30. 27 his lipa are full of indignation, and his
Jer. 6. 1 1 I am full of Ihe fury of Ihe LORD ; I am
23. 10 For Ihe land is full of adullerers; for
Eze. 7. 23 is full of bloody crimes, and Ihe city is f
9. 9 laud is full of blood, and the city full of
10. 4 Ihe court was full of the brightness of the
Joel 2. 24 the floors shall be full of wheat, and Ihe
3. 13 for Ihe press is full, the fats overflow
Mic. 3. 8 truly I am full of power by the spirit of
6. 12 For the rich men thereof are full of vio.
Hab. 3. 3 God came . . the earth was full of his pra.
1. To be filled, vhq male, 2.
2 Ki. 10. 21 Ihe house of Baal was full from one end
Eslh. 3. 5 bowed nol. .then was Hainan full of wra.
5. 9 he was full of indignation against Morde.
Eccl. ii. 3 If the clouds be full of rain, they empty
Isa. 2. 7 Their laud also is full of silver and gold
2. 7 their laud is also full of horses, neilher
2. 8 Their hind also is full of idols ; Ihey wor.
Eze. 9. 9 the land is full of blood, and the city full
32. 6 thy blood . .and the rivers shall be full of
Zech. 8. 5 Ihe streets of the city shall be full of boys
3. To fill in or iip, Sip male, 3.
Psa.i27. 5 Happy, .the man that hath his quivers f.
4. To be filled, tfyf mela, 4.
Dan. 3. 19 Then was Nebuchadnezzar full of fury
5. To be satisfied, satiated, yyy saba.
Deut. 6. 1 1 when thou shall have ealen and be full
8. 10 When Ihou hasl ealen and art full, Ihen
8. 12 Lesl. .Ihou hasl ealen and art full, and
11. 1.5 grass, .lhal Ihou may.esl eat, and be full
1 Ch.23. i; Psa. 104. 16; Prov. 27. 20; 30. 9.
6. To befed, xPr^ljLat chortaz&mai.
Phil. 4. 12 I am instructed both to be full and to
7 .To fill, load, freight, yeplfa gemizo.
Mark 4. 37 beat into the ship, so that it was now full
8. To fill in, make full, 4fj.iriirATJ^J empiplimi.
Luke 6. 25 Woe unto you thai are full ! for ye shall
9. To make full, v\rip6<a pleroo.
Mall 1 3. 48 Which, when it was full, they drew to sh.
Johnis- ii might remain, .and. .your joy might be f.
Acls 7. 23 And when he was full forty years old
Phil. 4. 1 8 I am full, having received of Epaphrodi.
FULL, to become
To be or become full, N|? male.
Lev. 19. 29 and the land become full of wickedness
FULL, to be come to the
To perfect, finish, ccj? tamam, 5.
Dan. 8. 23 when, .transgressors are come to the full
FULL, to draw
To fill up, the male, 3.
2 Ki. 9. 24 Jehu drew a bow with his full strength
FULL of
I. Satisfied, satiated, yyy sabea.
Gen. 35. 29 Isaac gave up the ghost .old and full of
1 Ch.2g. 28 he died, .full of days, riches and honour
Job 10. 15 (I am) full of confusion ; therefore see
14. i Man. .(is) of few days, and full of trouble
42. 17 So Job died, .old, and full of days
2. To be full, replete, loaded, yepta gemo.
Rev. 4. 6 four beasts full of eyes before and behind
5. 8 golden vials full of odours, which are the
15. 7 golden vials full of the wrath of God
17. 3 full of names of blasphemy, having seven
17. 4 having a golden cup in her hand full of
21. 9 seven vials full of Ihe seven lasl plagues
FULL of, to be
\.To make many, n^T rabah, 5.
Eccl. 10. 14 A fool also is full of words : a man cannot
2. To be satiated, yyp saba.
2 Ch.24. 15 Jehoiada. .was full of days when he died
Job 7. 4 and I am full of tossiugs to and fro unto
Psa. 17. 14 they are full of children, and leave the
88. 3 For my soul is full of troubles : and my
Isa i. ii I am full of the burnt offerings of rams
3. To be full, replete, ytpu gemS.
Matt 23. 25 within they are full of extortion and
23. 27 but are within full of dead, .bones, and
Luken. 39 your inward part is full of ravening and
Rom. 3. 14 Whose mouth (is) full of cursing and
Rev. 4. 8 And the four beasts, .full of eyes within
[See also Compassion, heaviness, labour, marrow.]
FULL, to make
To make full, ir\rip6u pleroo.
Acts 2. 28 Ihou shall make me full of joy with thy
FULL come, to be
To make full, irAr)p<ta pterod.
John 7. 8 not up yet . . for my tune is not yet full .
FULL tale, to give in
To fill up, KS? male, 3.
i Sa. 18. 27 they gave Ihem in full tale to the king
FULL, till be
Satiety, *>&
sobah.
Eze. 39. 19 ye shall eat fat till ye be full, and drink
FULL, 379 FURY
FULL, to the
To lie satisfied, satiated, yy? saba.
Exodi 6. 8 give you. .in the morning bread to the f.
FULL time) came
To rill full, 7rA.Tj0o> pleth~>.
Luke n 57 Now Elizabeth s full time came that she
FULL year
Days, c 2; yamim.
Lev. 25. 29 within a. .full year may he redeem it
FULLER
1. To wash, 039 kabas.
2 Ki. 18. 17 which (is) in the high way of the fuller s f.
Isa. 7. 3 pool in the high way of the fuller s field
36. 2. stood . . in the high way of the fuller s field
2. To wash, D3| kabas, 3.
Mai. 3. 2 like a refiner s fire, and like fuller s sope
3.^-1 fuller, cloth dresser, yvcupfvs gnapheus.
.Mark 9. 3 so as no fuller on earth can white them
FULLY
l.To finish, n^J kalah, 3.
Num. 7. i on the day that Moses had fully set up
2. Full, N^p male.
Nah. i. 10 they shall be devoured as stubble fully
3. To fill in or up, tfoo male, 3.
Nunii4. 24 because he. .hath followed me fully, him
4. To be put before, "UJ nagad, 6.
Ruth 2. 1 1 It hath fully been showed me all that
FULLY preach, to
To make full, ir\rip6<a pleroo.
Rom 15. 19 I have fully preached the gospel of Christ
FULLY, to go
To fill up, complete, stVp male, 3.
i Ki. 1 1. 6 Solomon . . went not fully after the LORD
FULLY set, to be
To be full, fill in, N"?D male.
Eccl. 8. ii the heart, .of men is fully set in them
FULNESS
\.To be full, fill in, complete, xVp mala.
Job 20. 22 In the fulness of his sufficiency he shall
2. Fulness, x Si? melo.
Deut33- 16 the precious things of the earth and ful.
i Cli.io. 32 Let the sea roar, and the fulness thereof
Psa. 24. i The earth (is) the LORD S, and the fulness
50. 12 the world (is) mine, and the fulness ther.
89. 1 1 the world and the fulness thereof, thoti
96. 1 1 let the sea roar, and the fulness thereof
98. 7 Let the sea roar, and the fulness thereof
Eze. 19. 7 the land was desolate, and the fulness
8. Fulness, niop meleah.
NuimS. 27 as though, .the fulness of the wine press
4. Satiety, yyy soba.
1 sa. 16. ii in thy presence (is) fulness of joy ; at thy
5. Satiety, ny^i? sibah.
Eze. 16. 49 fulness of bread, and abundance of idlen.
^.Fullness, TrArjpWjUa pleroma.
John i. 1 6 And of his fulness have all we received
Rum. 1 1. 12 if the fall, .how much more their fulness!
ii. 25 until the fulness of the Gentiles be come
15. 29 I shall come in the fulnessof the blessing
i Co. 10. 26, 28 the earth (is) the Lord s, and the ful.
Gal. 4. 4 But when the fulness of the time was
Eph. i. 10 That in the dispensation of the fulness
i. 23 the fulness of him that filleth all in all
3. 19 that ye might, be fllled with alltthe fulness
4. 13 the measure of the stature of the fulness
1. 19 pleased, .that in him should all fulness
2. 9 For in him dwelleth all the fulness of
[See alto Assured, come, know, known, persuaded, ripe.]
FURBISH, to
\.Topolish, Bip marat.
Eze. 21. 9 a sword is sharpened, and also furbished
21. ii he hath given it to be furbished, that it
21. 28 sword, .for the slaughter (it is) furbished
2.To scour, polish, pip maraq.
Jer. 46. 4 furbish the spears, .put on the brigau.
FURBISHED
To be jwlished, snp marat, 4.
Eze. 21. 10 it is furbished that it may glitter
21. ii and it is furbished, to give it into the
FURIOUS
I.Heat, fury, npn chemah.
Prov 22. 24 and with a furious man thou shalt not go
29. 22 and a furious man abouudeth in trans.
Eze. 5. 15 execute judgments, .in furious rebukes
25. 17 vengeance upon them with furious rebu.
2. Possessor of heat, npn *?jf3 baal chemah.
Nah. i. 2 God. .the LORD revengeth, and (is) fur.
FURIOUS, to be
To be wroth, r^-p qetsaph.
Dan. 2. 12 For this cause the king was. .very fur.
FURIOUSLY
l.//i heat, npng be-chemah.
Eze. 23. 25 and they shall deal furiously with thee
Col.
"2. With madness, fury, \\yyv3.be-skiyyaon.
2 Ki. 9. 20 driving of Jehu . .tor he driveth furiously
FURLONG
A stade, (one tenth of English mile, one eighth of
Roman], ffrd.Sioi stadion.
Luke24. 13 was from Jerusalem . .threescore furlongs
John 6. 19 about five and twenty or thirty furlongs
11. 18 Bethany was nigh, .about fifteen furlongs
Rev. 14. 20 space of a thousand, .six hundred furlo.
21. 16 with the reed, twelve thousand furlongs
FURNACE
1. Furnace, oven, pRN attun.
Dan. 3. 6, ii, 15 the midst of a burning fiery furnace
3. 17 to deliver us from the burning fiery fur.
3. 19 should heat the furnace one seven times
3. 20 to cast, .into the burning fiery furnace
3. 21, 23 the midst of the burning fiery furnace
3. 22 and the furnace exceeding hot, the flame
3. 26 to the mouth of the burning fiery furnace
2. Furnace, smelting oven, |^:i3 kibshan.
Gen. 19. 28 smoke, .went up as the smoke of a fur.
Exod. 9. 8 Take to you handfuls of ashes of the fur.
9. 10 they took ashes of the furnace, and stood
19 18 smoke .. ascended as the smoke of a fur.
3.Furnace, a crucible, ~fl3 kur.
Deut. 4. 20 brought you forth out of the iron furnace
i Ki. 8. i from the midst of the furnace of iron
Prov 17. 3 pot (is) for silver, and the furnace for gold
27. 21 the fining pot for silver, and the furnace
Isa. 48. 10 I have chosen thee in the furnace of
Jer. ii. 4 I brought them, .from the iron furnace
Eze. 22. 18 they (are) brass, .in the midst of the fur.
22. 20 they gather, .into the midst of the fur.
22. 22 As silver is melted in the. .furnace, so
^.Furnace, ^J alii.
Psa. 12. 6 silver tried in a furnace of earth, puri.
5.An oven, "! 3n tannur.
Gen. 15. 17 a smoking furnace, and a burning lamp
Neh. 3. ii Hashub. .repaired, .the tower of the fur.
12. 38 from beyond the tower of the furnaces
Isa. 31. 9 LORD, whose fire (is) in Zion, and his fur.
6. Furnace, KO./U.IVOS kaminos.
Matt 13. 42 shall cast them into a furnace of fire
13. 50 shall cast them into the furnace of fire
Rev. i. 15 his feet, .as if they burned in a furnace
9. 2 smoke . . as the smoke of a great furnace
FURNISH, to
1. To fill in or up, complete, N.^>p male, 3.
Isa. 65. n furnish the drink offering unto that num.
2. To lift up, Npu nasa, 3.
1 Ki 9. ii Hiram, .had furnished Solomon with
3. To encircle as with a chain, pty anaq, 5.
Deut. 15. 14 Thou shalt furnish him liberally out of
4. To set in array, Tpy o.rak.
Psa 78. 19 Can God furnish a table in thewilderness?
Prov. 9. 2 wine ; she hath also furnished her table
5. To make a vessel,
t!
7? .Ypj; asah keli.
Jer. 46. 19 furnish thyself to tro into captivity ; for
Q. To be filled, ir\riOofji.ai plethomai.
Matt 22. 10 and the wedding was furnished with
7. To spread out, ffrpcavvvfju stronnumi.
Mark 14. 15 he will show you a large upper room f.
Luke22. 12 he shall show you a large upper room f.
FURNISH thoroughly, to
To fit out, eapTfo> exurtizS.
2 Ti. 3. 17 throughly furnished unto all good works
FURNITURE
I. Vessel, implement, ^>? keli.
Exod3i. 7 and all the furniture of the tabernacle
31. 8 And the table and his furniture, and the
31. 8 pure candlestick with all his furniture
31. 9 altar of burnt offering with all his furni.
35. 14 The candlestick also, .and his furniture
39. 33 the tent, and all his furniture, his taches
Nah.
"
2. 9 glory out of all the pleasant furniture
2.Bolster,~*3 kar.
Gen. 31. 34 Rachel, .put them in the camel s furni.
FURROW
I. Cut ting, furrow, nna gedud.
Psa. 65. 10 thou settlest the furrows thereof: thou
2.Furrovj, njyo, rny.o maaaali, maanith.
Psa. 1 29. 3 The piowers. .they made long their fur.
3. Furrow, njty onah [v.L. nrj;].
Hos. 10. 10 shall bind themselves in their two fur.
4.Sed, furrow, njny arugah.
Eze. 17. 7 that he might water it by the furrows
17. 10 it shall wither in the furrows where it
5.Furrow, ridge, o|?n idem.
Job 31. 38 or that the furrows likewise . . complain
39. 10 Canst thou bind the unicorn . . in the f.?
Hos. 10. 4 springeth up as hemlock in the furrows
12. ii their altars (are) as heaps in the furrows
FURTHER
1.Further, moreover, inr yother.
Eccl. 12. 12 And further, by these, my sou, be admo.
2. Again, yet, anymore, Tiy od.
Esth. 9. 12 what (is) thy request further ? and it shall
3. Yet, further, (TI eti.
Matt 26. 65 what further need have we of witnesses?
Acts 21. 28 and further brought Greeks also into the
Heb. 7. ii what further need, .that another priest
4. Vet further, 4irl ir\f1ov epipleion.
Acts 4. 17 But that it spread no further among the
24. 4 that I be not further tedious unto thee
2 Ti. 3. 9 But they shall proceed no further, for
^.Further, iroppurfpta porrhiJtero.
Luke 24. 28 made as though he would have gone fur.
6.7V; add, *]p, yasaph.
Deut2o. 8i the officers shall speak further unto the
7. To add, IP; yasaph, 5.
Num22. 26 the angel of the LORD went further, and
Job 38. ii Hitherto shalt thou come, but no further
FURTHER, any
Yet, still, further, tn eti.
Mark 5. 35 why troublest thou the Master any fur.?
14. 63 What need we any further witnesses ?
Lukt 22. 71 What need we any further witness ? for
FURTHER, to (go)
1.7V) lift up, K3 nasa, 3.
Ezra 8. 36 they furthered the people, and the house
2.To bring out, pis puq, 5.
Psa. 140. 8 further not his wicked device, (lest) they
3. To set apart, SJUTTTJ^U diistemi.
Acts 27. 28 when they had gone a little further, they
FURTHERANCE
A striking forward, advance, irpoKoir^ prokopH.
Phil. i. 12 have fallen out rather unto the furthera.
i. 25 abide, .for your furtherance and joy of f.
FURTHERMORE
1 .Again, yet, anymore, tip od.
Exod. 4. 6 And the LORD said furthermore unto him
2. Then, so then, elra eita.
Heb. 12. 9 Furthermore we have had fathers of our
3. As to what is left, rb \otir6v to loipon.
i Th. 4. i Furthermore then we beseech you, bret.
4.And, i va.
Eze. 8. 6 He said furthermore unto me, Son of m,
FURTHERMORE, and
Also, *JN aph.
Eze. 23. 40 And furthermore, that ye have sent for
FURY
I.Heat, fury, xcn chema.
Dan. ii. 44 he shall go forth with great fury to dest.
2. Heat, fury, Npn chama.
Dan. 3. 13 Then Nebuchadnezzar in. .rage and fury
Dan. 3. 19 Then was Nebuchadnezzar full of fury
3. Heat, fury, npn chemah.
Gen. 27. 44 tarry, .until thy brother s fury turn away
Lev. 26. 28 I will walk contrary unto you . . in fury
Isa. 27. 4 Fury (is) not in me : who would set the
34. 2 and. .fury upon all their armies : he hath
42. 25 he hath poured upon him the fury of hia
51. 13 because of the fury of the oppressor, as
51. 13 and where (is) the fury of the oppressor?
51. 17 which hast drunk, .the cup of his fury
51. 20 they are full of the fury of the LORD, the
51. 22 the dregs of the cup of my fury ; thou
59. 1 8 he will repay, fury to his adversaries
63. 3 for I will, .trample them in my fury ; and
63. 5 therefore, .my fury, it upheld me
63. 61 will . . make them drunk in my fury, and
66. 15 to render his anger with fury, and his
Jer. 4. 4 lest my fury come forth like fire, and
6. ii I am full of the fury of the LORD ; I am
7. 20 mine anger and my fury shall be poured
10. 25 Pour out thy fury upon the heathen that
21. 5 in anger, and in fury, and in great wrath
21. 12 lest my fury go out like fire, and burn
23. 19 whirlwind of the LORD is gone forth in f.
25. 15 Take the wine cup of this fury at my
30. 23 the whirlwind, .goeth forth with fury
32. 31 city hath been . . a provocation . . of my fu.
32. 37 whither I have driven them . . in my fury
33. 5 of men, whom I have slain, .in my fury
36. 7 for great (is) the anger and the fury that
42. 18 As. .my fury hath been poured forth
42. 18 so shall my fury be poured forth upon
44. 6 my fury and mine anger was poured for.
Lam. 2. 4 he stood . .he poured out his fury like fire
4. ii The LORD hath accomplished his fury
Eze. 5. 13 I will cause my fury to rest upon them
5. 13 when I have accomplished my fury in
5. 15 in anger and in fury and in furious rebu.
6. 12 thus will I accomplish my fury upon
7. 8 Now will I shortly pour out my fury
8. 18 Therefore will I also deal in fury : mine
9. 8 in thy pouring out of thy fury upon Jer.?
13. 13 rend (it) with a stormy wind in my fury
13. 13 great hailstones in (my) fury, to consume
14. 19 and pour out my fury upon it in blood
16. 38 I will give thee blood in fury and jealo.
16. 42 So will I make my fury toward thee to
19. 12 she was plucked up in fury, she was cast
20. 8 I said, I will pour out my fury upon
20. 13, 21 I said.^I would pour out my fury
GAAL 380 GALATIA
Eze. 20. 33 with fury poured out, will I rule over
20. 34 I will bring you. .with fury poured out
21. 17 I will cause my fury to rest : I the LORD
22. 20 ao will I gather (you), .in my fury, and I
22. 22 that I the LORD have poured out my fury
24. 8 That it might cause fury to come up to
24. 13 till I have caused my fury to rest upon
25. 14 according to mine anger and. .to my fury
30. 15 I will pour out my fury upon Sin, the
36. 6 I have spoken, .in my fury, because ye
36. 1 8 I poured my fury upon them for the bio.
38. 1 8 it shall come to pass . . my fury shall come
Dan. 8. 6 and ran unto him in the fury of his pow.
9. 1 6 let. .thy fury be turned away from thy
Mic. 5. 15 in anger and fury upon the heathen
 ah. i. 6 his fury is poured out like fire, and the
Zech. 8. 2 and I was jealous for her with great fury
4.ffeat, fierceness, wrath, J nij charon.
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      Cambridge Theological Seminary is a "Church" and recognizes no agency or religious institution apart from the local Church:

      FACT! Jesus Christ only claimed ONE INSTITUTION as His Own, HIS CHURCH! (Matt 16:18); Thus Scripturally, we recognize no religious institution apart from Christ's Church, be it a SEPARATE Bible College, Seminary, University, Mission Board, TV-RADIO Media Ministry, etc., etc.,

        JESUS ORDAINED NO ORGANIZATION-INSTITUTION EXCEPT HIS CHURCH, ESTABLISHING ITS PURPOSE, GOVERNMENT and AUTHORITY!

        And any Christian Day School, Christian Bible School, Seminary (training Ministers), that is NOT CHURCH is NOT SCRIPTURAL.

      FACT! Jesus - as leader of His Church here on Earth - TRAINED MINISTERS as part of HIS CHURCH . . . Jesus did NOT ordain a "separate" institution, or set up a "different" way, with "other" goals, and it's "own" authority, to train-educate Ministers!

      FACT! If a Bible School or Seminary is NOT a Church, it is NOT Scriptural School, and has NO RIGHT to train-educate Ministers, Christian School Teachers!

      FACT! If a Church is NOT Teaching Doctrine, Training and Ordaining Ministers, it is NOT a Scriptural Church - NOT a True Church - regardless what the IRS declares according to 501-C-3!

        (PS. Church is also NOT a Singing-and-Entertainment Center!);


      FACT! "Doctor" has NOTHING to do with medicine (except in modern American slang and pop" culture;

      FACT: "Doctor" in the Greek is "Master Teacher" and was used by Jesus many times!

      FACT! Old Testament Scholars were "Doctor's of the Law" over 3,000 years BEFORE modern Schools "copied" the word "Doctor" from the Bible!

      FACT! Likewise the word "Degree!"

      FACT: Thus "Doctor" and "Degree" are both Scriptural Concepts and words of Doctrine preceding the MODERN STATE UNIVERSITIES by millennia!

      FACT: That Harvard and Yale, Cambridge an Oxford CHOOSE to copy these terms from the Holy Scriptures, DOES NOTE preclude Christ's Church from retaining - and using - what has ALWAYS been ours!

    Go thou and teach likewise!


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