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HA -Exclamation, Wonder! Be amazed, Understand!
Job 39! 25 He saith among the trumpets, Ha, ha !

HA-A-HASH-TA - the courier.
The Ahashtarite, a man or a family descended from
Ashur father of Tekoa, by his second wife Naarah.
B.C. 1500.
1 Oh. 4. 6 Naarah bare . . Hepher, and Temeni.and H.

HA-BA -IAH, nr30 -Tan ,/oA is protection.
The Bene-C habajah were among the sons of the priests
who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 61 the children of H., the children of Koz
Neh. 7. 63 And of the priests : the children of II.

HABAKKUH - HA-BAK -KUK, pipaq love's embrace.
A prophet in Judah whose parentage, birthplace, and
era are unrecorded. B.C. 626.
Hab. i. i The burden which H. the prophet did see
3. i A prayer of H. the prophet upon Shigio.
HA-BA-ZIN -IAH, .-vfltaq.
The head of the family of the Rechabites. His descen
dant Jaazeniah was chief among them in the days of
Jeremiah. B.C. 660.
Jer. 35. 3 the son of Jeremiah, the son of H., and

HABERGEON
l. Coat of mail, armour, shinjah.
Job 41. 26 the spear, the dart, nor the habfcigeon
2.Coat of mail, p 7*? shinjon.
2 Ch.26. 14 spears, and helmets, and habergeons, and
Neh. 4. 16 the shields, and the bows, and the haber.
3. A linen coat of mail. K^nn tachara.
Exod28. 32 as it were the hole of an habergeon, that
39. 2 3 And .. an hole .. as the hole of an habergeon

HABITABLE part
Fruitful or habitable place, San tebel.
Prov. 8. 31 Rejoicing in the habitable part of his e.

HABITATION
I. Place of sojourn, habitation, nna geruth.
Jer. 41. 17 habitation of Chimham, which is by Beth.
^.Habitation, Vat, *?i3j zebul.
2 Ch. 6. 2 I have built an house of habitation for
Isa. 63. 15 behold from the habitation of thy holi.
Hab. 3. ii sun. .moon stood still in their habitation
S.Toiuer, rryB tirah.
Psa. 69. 25 Let their habitation be desolate, .let
4. To sit dawn or still, dwell, 3?>; yashab.
f A. 33. 14 From the place of his habitation he look.
,?er. 9. 6 Thine habitation (is) in the midst of dec.
Obad. 3 whose habitation (is) high ; that saith in
5. Seat, dwelling place, ayno moshab.
Gen. 36. 43 according to their habitations in the land
Exodi2. 20 in all your habitations shall ye eat unlea,
35. 3 shall kindle no fire throughout your hab.
Lev. 13. 46 dwell alone ; without the camp, .his hab.
23. 17 Ye shall bring out of your habitations two
Numis. 2 When ye be come into the land of your ha.
i Ch. 4. 33 These, .their habitations, and their gene.
7. 28 their possessions and habitations. .Beth.
Psa. 107. 7 that they might go to a city of habitation
107. 36 that they may prepare a city for habitati.
132. 13 the LORD, .hath desired (it) for his habit.
Eze. 6. 14 make . . desolate . .in all their habitations
G.Fixed place, base, pss makon.
Psa. 89. 14 Justice and judgment (are) the habitation
97. 2 righteousness and judgment (are) the h.
7 . Preparation, birth, habitation, -Tiia? mekurah.
Eze. 29. 14 return, .into the land of their habitation
%. Espousal, .Tiap mekerah.
Gen. 49. 5 instruments of cruelty (are in) their hab.
9.Habitation, Jiya maon.
Deut26. 15 Look down from thy holy habitation, from
i Sa. 2. 29 which I have commanded (in my) habit.
2. 32 thou shalt see an enemy (in my) habitat.
1 Ch. 4. 41 and the habitations that were found there
Psa. 26. 8 I have loved the habitation of thy house
68. 5 A father . . (is) God in his holy habitation
71 . 3 Be thou my strong habitation, whereunto
91. 9 hastimade. .the most high, thy habitation
Jer. 25. 30 and utter his voice from his holy habita.
Zech. 2. 13 for he is raised up out of his holy habit.
10. Habitation, njiytj meonah.
Jer. 21. 13 or who shall enter into our habitations?
II. Settled dwelling place, jspa mishkan.
2 Ch.2g. 6 turned away their faces from the habita.
Psa. 78. 28 let (it)fall . . round about their habitations
132. 5 an habitation for the mighty (God) of Ja.
Isa. 22. 16 graveth an habitation for himself in a
54. 2 stretch forth the curtains of thine habit.
12. Settled dwelling "place, ]yps mishkan.
Ezra 7. 15 God of Israel, whose habitation (is) in Jer.
l^.Comely or resting place, ^xj naah.
i sa. 74. 20 dark places of the earth are full of the h.
Jer 9. 10 and for the habitations of the wilderness
25. 37 the peaceable habitations are cut down
Lam. 2. 2 Lord hath swallowed up all the habitat.
Amos i. 2 the habitations of the shepherds shall
14.Comei,y or resting place, nij navah.
Job 8. 6 make the habitation of thy righteousness
15.Co;nely or resting place, rnj naveh.
Exod 15. 13 guided . .in thy strength unto thy holy h.
2 Sa. 15. 25 and show me (both) it and his habitation
Job 5. 3 the foolish, .suddenly I cursed his habit.
5 . 24 thou shalt visit thy habitation, and shalt
18. 15 brimstone shall be scattered upon his h.
Prov. 3. 33 but he blesseth the habitation of the just
Isa. 27. 10 the habitation forsaken, and left like a
32. 1 8 my people shall dwell in a peaceable ha.
33. 20 thine eyes shall see Jerusalem a quiet h.
34. 13 an habitation of dragons, .a court for owls
35. 7 in the habitation of dragons, where each
Jer. 10. 25 and have made his habitation desolate
25. 30 he shall mightily roar upon his habitation
31. 23 The LORD bless thee, O habitation of jus.
33. 12 shall be an habitation of shepherds caus.
49. 19 come, .against the habitation of the str.
49. 20 shall make their habitations desolate
50. 7 LORD, the habitation of justice, even the
50. 19 I will bring Israel again to his habitation
50. 44 come up . . unto the habitation of the str.
50. 45 shall make (their) habitation desolate
IG.Settled dwelling place, \yo sheken.
Deut 12. 5 unto his habitation shall ye seek, and
17. Fold, irav\i<! epaulis.
Acts i. 20 Let his habitation be desolate, and let no
18. Place of habitation, KaroiKr,ri]piov katoiketerion.
Eph. 2. 22 builded together for an habitation of God
Rev. 18. 2 Babylon, .is become the habitation of
19.^1 dwelling house, KarotKia katoikia.
Acts 17. 26 determined, .the bounds of their habita.
^.Habitation, oln^r^piov oiketerion.
Jude 6 angels which, .left their own habitation
21. Tent, tabernacle, aKwh skene.
Lukei6. 9 they may receive you into everlasting h.
HABITATION, to have
1. To settle down, rest, ]3y shaken.
Psa. 104. 12 the fowls of the heaven have their habit.
2. To settle down, rest, |?t? shekan.
Dan. 4. 21 the fowls of the heaven had their habit.
HABITATION, to prepare an
To make to rest, nj} navah, 5.
Exod. 1 5. 2 my God, and I will prepare him an hab.
HA -BOE, iuri united.
The affluent of the Euphrates called by Strabo, Abhorras
; by Isidore, Aburas ; and by Pliny and Ptolemy,
Chaboras. It still bears the name of Khabour, which
was inserted in an Assyrian inscription in the gth
century before our era. See CHTCBAR.
2 Ki. 17. 6 placed them in . . Habor (by) the river of
18. ii put them . .in H. (by) the river of Gozan
i Ch. 5. 26 brought them unto. .H., and Hara, and
HA-CHAL -IAH, Jr^aq Jah is hidden.
Father of Nehemiah the Tirshatha. B.C. 476.
Neh. i. i The words of Nehemiah the son of H.
10. i those that sealed (were), .the son of H.
HA-CHI -LAH, nVaq drought.
A hill in the S. of Judah, in the wilderness of Ziph,
facing the Jeshimon (i.e. waste and barren) district,
i Sa. 23. 19 H., which (is) on the south of Jeshimon?
26. 3 And Saul pitched in the hill of H., 26.1
HACH-MO -NI, Uioan the wise.
The father of Jehiei who was a companion of the sons
of David. B.C. 1080.
i 011.27. 32 Jehiei the son of H. (was) with the king s
HACH-MO-NTTE, jiaan-ja.
That is, the " son of Hachmoni" (according to i Ch.27.
32), where it is rightly translated. See TACHMONITE.
i Ch.n. ii Jashobeam, an H., the chief of the capt.
HAD
There is, there are, P:. yesh.
Gen. 39. 4 and all (that) he had he put into his hand
39. 5 in his house, and over all that he had
39. 5 all that he had in the house, and in the
Ezra 10. 44 and (some) of them had wives by whom
[See also Abomination, charge of.]
HAD, to be
To become, begin to be, yivona.1 ginomai.
Acts 25. 26 that, after examination had, I might have
HAD no. when as yet he
Jfe not having, aim. ovros avrf ouk ontos autij.
Acts 7. 5 would give jt to him . . when . . he had no
HAD not
// not, SiV lule.
Psa.io6. 23 had not Moses his chosen stood before
HA -BAD. Tin, Tin mighty.
1. A son of Bedad, kingof Edom. SeeHADAR. 6.0.1500.
Gen. 36. 35 H. the son of Bedad. .reigned in his stead
36. 36 H. died, and Samlah. .reigned in his ste.
i Ch. i. 46 H. the son of. Bedad. .reigned in his stead
i. 47 when H. was dead, Samlah. .reigned in
2. An Edomite of the royal family who lived in the timo
of Solomon. B.C. 1015.
i Ki. ii. 14 And the LORD stirred up. .H. the Edomite
ii. 17 II. fled, .to go into Egypt. .H. (being) yet
ii. 19 H. found great favour in the sight of Ph.
ii. 21 H. heard in Egypt that David slept with his
ii. 21 H. said to Pharaoh, Let me depart, that I
11.25 beside the mischief that H. (did) : and he
3. A son of Ishmael, and grandson of Abraham. B.C. 1840.
i Ch.i. 30 Mishma.and Dutnah, Massa, H., andl ema
4. The last of the early kings of Edom. This name
should be Iladar. In his childhood he escaped the
massacre under Joab in which his father seems to have
fallen. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch. i. 50 when Baal-hanan was dead, H. reigned in
i. 51 H. died also. And the dukes of Edom
HA-DAD-E -ZER, "njrnn mighty is the help.
The king of the ArVmlte state of Zobah, who was de
feated by David and driven across the Euphrates. See
HADAHEZER. B.C. 1040.
2 Sa. 8. 3 David smote also H., the son of Rehob
8. 5 Syrians of Damascus came to succour H.
8. 7 And David took the shields of gold., of H.
8. 8 from Betah, and fromBerothai, cities of H.
8. 9 that David had smitten all the host of H:
8. 10 because he had fought against H. . .for H.
8. 12 of Amalek, and of the spoil of H., son of
1 Ki. ii. 23 which fled from his lord H. king of Zobah
HA-DAD-RIM- MON, pDTp- Ifadad of Rimmon.
A place in the valley of ifegiddo in Issachar where
Josiah died.uot far from Jezreel; nowcalled.fiitmian/i.
Zech. 1 2. ii as the mourning of H. in the valley of M.
HA -DAR, vi q enclosing, fire God, VH powerful.
1. A son of Ishmael and grandson of Hagar. B.C. 1840.
Gen. 25. 15 H., and Tema, Jetur, Naphish, and Ked.
2. The 8th and last of the ancient kings of Edom.
B.C. 1500.
Gen. 36. 39 Baal-hanan. .died, and H. reigned in his
HA-DAR-E -ZER, "iisrnn JIader is help.
The king of Aram-zobah, sometimes called Hadadezer,
which see. B.C. 1040.
2 Sa. 10. 16 H. sent, and brought out the Syrians that
10. 16 Shobach the captain of the host of H.
10. 19 all the kings (that were) servants to H.
1 Ch.iS 3 David smote H. king of Zobah unto H.
18 5 the Syrians of Damascus came to help H.
18. 7 And David took the shields of gold . . of H.
18. 8 from Tibhath, and from Chun, cities of H.
18. 9 David had smitten all the host of H. king
18. 10 because he had fought against H. . .for H.
19. 16 captain of the host of H. (went) before
19. 19 when the servants of H. saw that they
HA-DA -SHAH, riyhq neio.
A town of Judah in the maritime low country, near
Gofno, three miles from Beth-horon.
Josh 15. 37 Zenan, and H., and Migdal-gad
HA-DAS -SAH, njnn myrtle.
The eaiUier name of Esther the cousin of Mordecai.
She became the wife of Ahasuerus (Xerxes). B.C. 518.
Esth. 2. 7 And he brought up H., that (is) Esther
HA-DAT -TAH, nj-nq new.
An appellation of Razor in Judah not a separate city
us the Common Version has it.
Josh 15. 25 Hazor, H., and Kerioth, (and) Hezron
KA DID, T~IJ peak, sharp.
A city of Benjamin near Lod and Ono, now called
a-Haditheh, about three miles E. of L;idd or Lod.
Ezra 2. 33 The children of Lod, H., and Ono, seven
Neh. 7. 37 The children of Lod, H., and Ono, seven
11. 34 H., Zeboim, Neballat
HAD -LAI, S-tn lax.
An Ephraimite, father of Amasa who was one of the
chiefs of the tribe in the reign of Pekah. B.C. 742.
2 Ch.28. 12 Amasa the son of H., stood up against
HA-DO -RAM, c-rrn Hadar is high.
1. A son of Joktan of the family of Shern. B.C. 2210.
Gen 10. 27 And H., and Tzal, and Diklah
i Ch. i. 21 H. also, and t zal, and Diklah
2. A sou of Tou, king of Hamath in the time of David.
1 Ch.iS. 10 He sent H. his son to king David, to en.
3 The intendant of taxes under David. Solomon, and
Rehobnam, who lost his life at the revolt at bhechem.
In i Kings 4. 6, the name is given in the longer form
Adoniram ; in Samuel as Adomm (2 Sa. 20. 24). B.C. 975.
2 Ch.io. 18 Rehoboam sent H. that (was) over the tr.
HAD -RACH, ~vin periodical return.
Perhaps this name is derived from Hadar. It war a
disti-ict of Syria, but mentioned only once. Some tb,nk
that Hadrach is the name of the Syrian god of the sea
sons, or of a king called after him, and having Damas
cus as his capital.
Zech. 9. i the burden . . of the LORD in the land of H.
HAFT
An haft-, shaft, ay: nitstsab.
Judg. 3. 22 And the haft alsa went in after the blade
HA -GAB, 33rt bent.
The Itene-hagab were among the Nethinim who re
turned with Zerubbabel to Jerusalem This name is
omitted in Nehemiah s list. B.C. 536.
Ezu 2. 46 The children of H., the children ?rf ShaL
56
HAGABAH 442 HALF
HA-GA -BAH, HAGABA. xjjn, njjq.
Another returned Xethinini exile. B. c. 536.
Ezra 2. 45 children of Lebanah, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 48 children of Lebana, the children of H.
HA -GAR. ~jrr, "Ayap wandering.
Sarai s Rnptua handmaid who became the mother o:
Ishmacl l>y
Al>ram. See AOAR. B.C. 1914.
Gen. 16. i had an handmaid, .whose name (was) H
16. 3 And Sarai, Abram s wife, took H. . .and
1 6. 4 And he went in unto H., and she conce.
16. 8 And he said, H., .Sarai s maid, whence c.
16. 15 And H. bare Abram a son
16. 15 Abram called his son s name, which H.
16. 16 when H. bare Ishnmel to Abram
21. 9 Sarah saw the son of El. the Egyptian
21. 14 a bottle of water, and gave (it) unto H.
21.17 tne angel of God called to H. out of hea.
21. 17 and said unto her, What aileth thee, H. .
25. 12 Abraham s son, whom H.. .bare unto A.
HAG-A-RENES, C"iJn.
Psa. 83. 6 The tabernacles, .of Moab, and the H.
HAG-A-RITES. C N-ljn.
A people upon whom the Reubenites made war in the
time of Saul. They were W. of the Jordan, and E of
Gilead.
i Ch. 5. 10 the days of Saul, .made war with the H.
5. 19 they made war with the H., with Jetur
5. 20 and the H. were delivered into their
HAG-E-RrTE, -?an.
A patronymic of Jaziz whom David set over his flocks.
i Ch.27. 31 And over the flocks (was) Jaziz the If
HAG -OAI, }n festive.
The tenth in order of what are called the minor
prophets, and the first of those that prophesied after
the captivity.
Ezra 5. i H. the prophet . . prophesied unto the Je.
6. 14 prospered through the prophesying of H.
Hag. i. i came the word of the LORD by H. the
i. 3 Then came the word of the LORD by H.
1. 12 Joshua., obeyed., the words of H. the
1. 13 Then spake H. the LORD S messenger in
2. i the word of the LORD by the prophet H.
2. 10 the word of the LORD by H. the prophet
2. 13 Then said H., If (one that is) unclean
2. 14 Then answered H., and said, So (is) this
2. 20 again the word of the LORD came unto H.
HAG-GE -RI, -);n wanderer.
The father of Mibhar, one of David s heroes. B.C. 1040.
i Ch.ii. 38 brother of Nathan, Mibhar the son of H.
HAG -GI, an festive.
The second son of Gad, founder of the Haggites. B.C.
1670. The same name precisely is applied to the
family.
Gen. 46. 16 sons of Gad ; Ziphion, and H., Shuni
Num 26. 15 of H., the family of the Haggites : of Shuni
HAG-GI -AH, njan.
A descendant of Merari the son of Levi. B.C. 1035.
1 Ch. 6 30 .">himea his son, H. his son, Asaiah his
HAG-GITZS. %;-n the Haggile.
The posterity of Haggi the second son of Gad. B.C.
1670.
Num 26. 15 of Haggi, the family of the H. : of Shuni
HAG -GITH, r. sn festive.
A wife of king David and mother of his fourth son
Adonijah. B.C. 1045.
2 Sa. 3. 4 And the fourth, Adonijah the son of H.
i Ki. i. 5 Then Adonijah the son of H. exalted
1. ii Hast thou not heard that A. the son of H.
2. 13 Adonijah the son of H. came to Bath-sh.
i Ch. 3. 2 the fourth, Adonijah the son of H.
HA -I, in haai, the heap.
This is the form in which Ai appears in the first
instance in the Common Version. This arises from the
translators having expressed the definite article (ha),
with which A i is variably accompanied, in the Hebrew
text. It was a city of Benjamin E. of Beth-el. See
Gen. 12. 8 Beth-el on the west, and H. on the east
13. 3 at the beginning, between Beth-el and H.
HATT.
1. Hail, TI^ barad.
Exod. 9. 18 I will cause it to rain a very grievous h.
9. 19 hail shall come down upou them, and
9. 22 that there may be hail in all the land of
9. 23 LORD sent thunder and hail, and the fire
9. 23 LORD rained hail upon the land of Egypt
9. 24 there was hail, and fire mingled with t.h.
9. 25 the hail smote throughout all the land
9. 25 the hail smote every herb of the field
9. 26 in the land of Gosheu . . was there no hail
9. 28 there be no. .mighty thunderings and h.
9. 29 cease, neither shall there be any more h.
9. 33 the thunders and hail ceased, and the
9. 34 when Pharaoh saw that the rain and the h.
10. 5 which remaineth unto you from the hail
10. 1 2 eat every herb of the land . . all that the h.
10. 15 fruit of the trees which the hail had le.
Job 38. 22 or hast thou seen the treasures of theh.?
Psa. 1 8. 12, 13 hail (stones) and coals of fire
78. 47 He destroyed their -vines with hail, and
78. 48 He gave up their cattle also to the hail
ios- 32 He gave them hail for rain, .flaming
i/v J. 8 Fire, and hail ; snow, and vapour; stormy
Isa. 28. 2 as a tempest of hail . . a destroying storm
28. 17 the hail shall sweep away the refuge of
Hag. 2. 17 I smote you with blasting, .and with ha.
Z.Hail, xoA.oa chalaza.
Rev. 8. 7 there followed hail and fire mingled with
ii. 19 and there were lightnings, .and great h.
16. 21 there fell upon men a great hail out of h.
16. 21 men blasphemed God because of. .the h.
HAIL, to
1. To hail, send hail, TIJ barad.
Isa. 32. 19 When it shall hail, coming down on the
2. To rejoice, be of good cheer, xaipw chairo.
Matt. 26. 49 and said, Hail, Master ! and kissed him
27. 29 mocked him, saying, Hail, King of the J. !
Mark 1 5. 18 began to salute him, Hail, King of theJ.!
Luke i. 28 Hail !. .highly favoured, the Lord (is) John 19. 3 And said, Hail, King of the Jews ! and
HAH, all
To rejoice, be of good cheer, xaV:u chairo.
Matt-28. 9 behold, Jesus met them, saying, All ha. !
HATT. STONE -
l.Stoneofhail,T$]3*ebenbarad, Joshio. 1 1,13.30.30.
I.Stone of ice or hail, e* 3J^x j3N [even].
Eze. 13. ii, 13 ; 38. 22.
HAIR
\.A lock of hair, nVi dallah.
Song 7. 5 and the hair of thine head like purple
^.Separation, chaplet, in nezer.
Jer. 7 . 29 Cutoff thine hair., and cast (it) away, and
S.Hair, nyj? saar.
Isa. 7. 20 shave, .the head, and the hair of the feet
4. Hair, ~\yef sear.
Lev. 13. 3 the hair in the plague is turned white
13. 4 and the hair thereof be not turned white
13. 10 and it have turned the hair white, and
13. 20 skin, and the hair thereof be turned wh.
13. 21 and, behold, .no white hairs therein
13. 25 the hair in the bright spot be turned wh.
13. 26 no white hair in the bright spot, and it
13. 30 in it a yellow thin hair ; then the priest
13. 31 no black hair in it ; then the priest shall
13. 32 and there be in it no yellow hair, and the
13. 36 the priest shall not seek for yellow hair
13. 37 and. .there is black hair grown up therein
14. 8 shave off all his hair, and wash himself
14. 9 he shall shave all his hair off his head
14. 9 even all his hair he shall shave off : and
Num. 6. 5 let the locks of the hair of his head grow
6. 18 take the hair of the head of his separat.
Judgi6. 22 the hair of his head began to grow again
2 Sa. 14. 26 he weighed the hair of his head at twoh.
Ezra 9. 3 I . . plucked off the hair of my head and
Song 4. i thy hair (is) as a flock of goats, that app.
6. 5 thy hair (is) as a flock of goats that app.
Eze. 16. 7 thine hair is grown, whereas thou (wast)
5. Hair, nj$r sear.
Dan. 3. 27 nor was an hair of their head singed
4. 33 till his hairs were grown like eagles
7. 9 and the hair of his head like the pure
6. Hair, frytfp saarah.
Judg2o. 16 every one could sling stones at an hair
1 Sa. 14. 45 there shall not one hair of his head
2 Sa. 14. ii shall not one hair of thy son fall to
i Ki. i. 52 there shall not an hair of him fall to the
Job 4. 15 a spirit passed, .the hair of my flesh sto.
Psa. 40. 12 more than the hairs of mine head
69. 4 are more than the hairs of mine head
7 .Hair, (wool, feathers), 0pl thrix.
Matt. 3. 4 same John had his raiment of camel s h.
5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or b.
10. 30 the very hairs of your head are all num.
Mark i. 6 John was clothed with camel s hair, and
Luke 7. 38 and did wipe, .with the hairs of her head
7. 44 and wiped (them) with the hairs of her h.
13. 7 the very hairs of your head are all num.
21. 1 8 there shall not an hair of your head per.
Johnn. 2 Mary which, .wiped his feet with her h.
12. 3 Then. .Mary, .wiped his feet with her h.
Acts 27. 34 there shall not an hair fall from the head
i Pe. 3. 3 not be that outward, .of plaiting [the h.]
Rev. i. 14 His head and . .hairs. . white like wool, as
9. 8 they had hair as the hair of women, and
8. Hair (of the. head), ic6/j.rj kome.
i Co. ii. 15 a glory., for. .hair is given her for a cover.
HAIR, broided
Folded or braided hair, ir^fy/aa plegma.
Ti. 2. 9 nor with broided "hair, or gold, or pea.
HAIR to be fallen off
To be peeled, polished, plucked o/, o-yf marat, 2.
Lev. 13. 40 the man whose hair is fallen off his head
13. 41 he that hath his hair fallen off frcra the
IATR, to pluck off
To peel, jjolish, pluck off, BIS marat.
Neh. 13. 25 plucked off their hair, and made them
Isa. 50. 6 my cheeks to them that plucked off the h.
HAIR, to have long
To have or let the hair grow long, Koudw komao.
i Co. 11.14 man have lone hair, it is a shame unto h.
11. 15 if a woman have long hair, it is a glory
HAIR, well (tet;
Wreathed or curled work, nypG miqsheh.
Isa. 3. 24 instead of well set hair baldness ; and
HAIR, of
Made of hair, hairy, rpixwos tricflinos.
Rev. 6. 12 sun became black as sackcloth of hair
TTATRY - -
1.Hairy, 1 yy sair.
Gen. 27. ii Esau my brother (is) a hairy man, and I
27. 23 his hands were hairy, as his brother Esa.
2.Hair, Vjy sear.
Gen. 25. 25 the first came out red, all over like an h,
Psa. 68. 21 the hairy scalp of such an one as goeth
3. Owner of hair, %p Vl3 baal sear.
2 Ki. i. 8 hairy man, and girt with a girdle of lea.
HAK-KA -TAN, jt?j?n the little one.
The father of Johanan who was chief of the Bene-
Azgad returned exiles with Ezra. B.C. 538. The name
is simply Katan, "
little," with the definite article
prefixed.
Ezra 8. 12 the son of H., and with him an hundred
HAK -KOZ, j-pn the nimble.
A priest, the chief of the 7th course in the service of
the sanctuary as appointed by David. B.C. 1015. la
Ezra 2. 61, and Neh. 3. 4, 21, the name occurs as that of
a family of priests, the prefix in these passages being
taken correctly as the definite article. Hence the name
appears as Koz, which see.
1 Ch.24. 10 The seventh to H., the eighth to Abijah
HA-KtJ -FHA, X2?prt incitement.
The Bene-Chupha were among the Nethinim who
returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 51 the children of H., the children of Harh.
Neh. 7. 53 the children of H., the children of Harh.
HA -LAH, n jq.
Probably this is a different place from the Calah of
Gen. 10. ii ; but it may be identified with the Chalcitis
of Ptolemy, which is described as between Anthemusia
and Gauzanitis. The name seems to remain in the
modern Gla, a large mound on the Upper Khabonr
above its confluence with the Jerujer. Hither a por
tion of the Israelites were transported by Shalmaneser.
B.C. 721.
2 Ki. 17. 6 and placed them in H. and in Habor
18. ii and put them in H. and in Habor
i Ch. 5. 26 and brought them unto H., and flabor
HA -LAK, ppn the smooth (mountain).
A mountain, named as the southern limit of Joshua s
conquests, but which has not yet been identified.
Josh.n. 17 from the mount H., that goeth up to S.
12. 7 unto the mount H., that goeth up to Seir
TTAT.T:, to
l.To draw or drag down or along, Karaffvpu kata.
Lukei2. 58 lest he hale thee to the judge, and the j.
2. To draw or drag, <rvpo>
suro.
Acts 8. 3 and haling men and women, committed
TTAIVP
1. Half, middle, yrj, yrt chetsi, chatsi.
Exod24. 6 Moses took half of the blood, and put
24. 6 half of the blood he sprinkled on the al.
25. 10, 17 two cubits and a half, .the length
25. 10, 17 and a cubit and a half the breadth
25. 10, 23 and a cubit and a half the height the.
26. 12 the half curtain that remaineth shall ha.
26. 16 a cubit and a half, .the breadth of one
36. 21 the breadth of a board one cubit and a h.
37. i, 6 two cubits and a half, .the length of it
37. i, 6 and a cubit and a half the breadth of
37. i, 10 and a cubit and a half the height of
Numi2. 12 of whom the flesh is half consumed when
15. 9 of flour mingled with half an hin of oil
15. 10 bring for a drink offering half an hin of
28. 14 drink offerings shall be half an hin of w.
32. 33 unto half the tribe of Manasseh the son
34. 13 unto the nine tribes, and to the half tri.
34 14 half the tribe of Manasseh have received
34. 15 two tribes and the half tribe have recei.
Deut. 3. 12 half mount Gilead, and the cities thereof
3. 13 of Og, gave I unto the half tribe of Man.
29. 8 to the Gadites, and to the half tribe of M.
Josh. i. 12 to half the tribe of Manasseh, spake Jos.
4. 12 half the tribe of Manasseh, passed over
8. 33 half of them over against mount Gerizim
8. 33 and half of them over against mount E.
12. 2 from half Gilead, even unto the river J.
12. 5 and the Maachathites, and half Gilead
12. 6 the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manas.
13. 7 the jnine tribes, and the half tribe of Ma.
13. 25 and half the land of the children of Am.
13. 29 Moses gave, .unto the half tribe of Man.
13. 29 was. .of the half tribe of the children of
13. 31 And half Gilead, and Ashtaroth, and Ed.
13. 31 to the one half of the children of Machir
14. 2 for the nine tribes, and (for) the half tri.
14. 3 and an half tribe on the other side Jor.
18. 7 Gad, and Reuben, and half the tribe of
21. 5 out of the half tribe of Manasseh, ten ci.
21. 6 out of the half tribe of Manasseh in Ba.s
21. 27 out of the (other) Half tribe of Manasseh
22. i the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manas.
22. 7 Now to the (one) hah* of the tribe of Ma.
22. 7 unto the (other) half thereof gave JoshuaHALF
443 HAMATE
Josh 22 9 the half tribe of Mauasseh, returned, and
>?. 10 the half tribe of Manasseh, built there an
22. ii and the half tribe of Manasseh, have bui.
:. 13 and to the half tribe of Manasseh, into
22 15 and to the half tribe of Manasseh, unto
22. 21 the half tribe of Manasseh, answered and
1 Sa. 14. 14 within as it were an half acre of land
2 Sa. 10. 4 shaved off the one half of their beards
18. 3 neither if half of us die, will they care for
IQ. 40 the king, and also half the people of Is.
I Ei. 3. 25 give half to the one. aud half to the other
r. 31 mouth, .(was) round, .a cubit and an half
7 . 32 height of a wheel (was) a cubit and half
7. 35 a round compass of half a cubit high : and
jo. 7 and, behold, the half was not told me
13. 8 If thou wilt give me half thine house, I
16. 21 half of the people followed Tibni the son
16. 21 to make him king ; and half followed O.
i Ch. 2. 52 Shobal . . had sons ; Ilaroeh . . half of the M .
2. 54 and half of the Manahethites, the Zorites
5. 1 8 the Gadites, and half the tribe of Mana.
5. 23 children of the half tribe of Manasseh
5. 26 and the half tribe of Manasseh, and bro.
6. 61 the half (tribe) of Manasseh, by lot, ten c.
6. 71 out of the family of the half tribe of Ma.
12. 31 of the half tribe of Manasseh eighteen th.
12. 37 and of the half tribe of Manasseh, with
26. 32 made rulers over, .the half tribe of Man.
27. 20 of the half tribe of Manasseh ; Joel the son
27. 21 Of the half, .of Manasseh in Gilead ; Iddo
a Ch. 9. 6 one half of the greatness of thy wisdom
Neh. 3. 9, 12, 16, 17, 18 the ruler of the half part of
4. 6 wall was joined together unto the half
4. 1 6 half of my servants wrought in the work
4. 16 the other half of them held both the sp.
4. 21 half of them held the spears from the
12. 32 Hoshaiah, and half of the princes of Ju.
12. 38 and the half of the people upon the wall
12. 40 and I, and the half of the rulers with me
13. 24 children spake half in the speech of Ash.
Esth. 5. 3 be even given thee to the half of the ki.
5. 6 to the half of the kingdom it shall be pe.
7. 2 be performed . .to the half of the kingdom
Eze. 1 6. 51 Neither hath Samaria committed half of
40. 42 cubit and an half long, .a cubit and an h.
43. 17 and the border about it . . half a cubit ; and
Dan. 12. 7 for a time, times, and an half; and when
Zech 14. 2 half of the city shall go forth into capti.
14. 4 half of the mountain shall remove toward
14. 4 the north, and half of it toward the south
14. 8 half of them toward . . former sea.and half
Num.
O? mechetsah.
31. 36 the half, .the portion of them that went
31. 43 the half (that pertained unto) the congr.
Z.Half, n sno machatsith.
Exodso. 13 This they shall give, .half a shekel after
30. 13 an half shekel .the offering of the LORD
30. 15 poor shall not give less, than half a she.
38. 26 A bekah for every man. .half a shekel
Lev. 6. 20 half of it in the morning, and half thereof
si. 29 Take, .of their half, and give, .unto Elea.
31. 30 of the children of Israel s half, thou shalt
31. 42 of the children of Israel s half, which M.
31. 47 of the children of Israel s half, Moses took
Josh 21. 25 out of the half tribe of Manasseh
i Ki. 16. 9 Zimri, captain of half (his) chariots, con.
i Ch. 6. 61 left of the family . .out of the half tribe
6. 70 out of the half tribe of Manasseh ; Aner
^.Middle, midst, t]in tavek.
Deut. 3. 1 6 even unto the river Arnon half the valley
5.Half, T]fj.icrv hemisu.
Mark 6. 23 I will give (it) thee, unto the half of my
,Luke 19. 8 the half of my goods I give to the poor
Rev. ii. 9 see their dead bodies three days and an h.
11. ii after three days and an half the spirit of
12. 14 nourished for a time, and times, and ha.
HALF dead
Half dead, rifj.iOavris hUmilhanes.
Luke 10. 30 wounded, .departed, leaving, .half dead
HALF hour, the space of
Half an hour, f)/j.i(t>pioi> hmi<Jrion,i)p.uapov.
Kev. S. i silence, .about the space of half an hour
HALF, to live out
To halve, nyri chatsah.
Psa. 55. 23 deceitful men shall not live out half their
HALF so much
Half, rvsqo machatsith.
Exod3o. 23 Take, .of sweet cinnamon half so much
HAL -HTJL, ^rkrtfull of Mlows.
A. city in the hill country of Judah beside Beth-zur and
Gedor, N. of Hebron, and about four miles distant from
it. The name is said to be still unchanged, others
write it Ilulhal.
Josh. 15. 58 H., Beth-zur, and Gedor
HA -LL, Sq. A town on the boundary of Asher, named between
Helkath and Beten ; but nothing more is known of its
situation.
Josh. 19. 25 And their border was Helkath, and H.
HALL
Open court, auA.^ aide.
Markis. 16 the soldiers led him away into the haH
Luke22. 55 had kindle1 a fire in the midst of the h.
HALL, common
Praetor s houseor office, irpair<i>piopraiiorion.(Lat.)
Matt 27. 27 took Jesus into the common hall, and g.
HALLOW
1.7*0 set apart, Pijj qadesh, 3.
Exod2o. ii LOUD blessed the sabbath day, and hallo.
29. i to hallow them, to minister unto me in
40. 9 shalt hallow it, and all the vessels thereof
Lev. 16. 19 hallow it from the uncleanness of the ch.
22. 32 Israel : I (am) the LORD which hallow
25. 10 ye shall hallow the fiftieth year, and pro.
Num. 6. ii and shall hallow his head that game day
1 Ki. 8. 64 The same day did the king hallow the
2 Ch. 7. 7 Solomon hallowed the middle of the co.
Jer. 17. 22 hallow ye the sabbath day, as I comma.
17. 24 hallow the sabbath day, to do no work
17. 27 to hallow the sabbath day, and not to. .b.
Eze. :o. 20 hallow my sabbaths ; and they shall be a
44. 24 my laws, .they shall hallow my sabbaths
2.7T
(> set apart, cnf? qadesh, 5.
Exod28. 38 Israel shall hallow in all their holy gifts
Lev. 22. 2 which they hallow unto me : I (am) the L.
22. 3 the children of Israel hallow unto the L.
Num. 3. 13 I hallowed unto me all the first born in I.
1 Ki. 9. 3 I have hallowed this house which thou
9. 7 house, which I have hallowed for my na.
2 Ch.36. 14 the house of the LORD which he had hal.
3. 7*0 set apart, hallow, sanctify, ayi&fa hagiazo.
Matt. 6. 9 pray ye : Our Father. .Hallowed he thy
Luken. 2 say, Our Father. .Hallowed be thy name
HALLOWED
*1 setting apart, separation, cn p qodesh.
1 Sa. 21. 4 there is hallowed Dread; if the young
21. 6 So the priest gave him hallowed (bread)
HALLOWED, to be
1. To be set apart, &-$ qadash.
Exod2g. 21 he shall be hallowed, and his garments
Numi6. 37 take up the censers, .for they are hallowed
16. 38 therefore they are hallowed : and they
2. To be or become set apart, en [3 qadesh, 1.
Lev. 22. 32 I will be hallowed among the children of
HALLLOWED part
What is set apart, enj?P miqdash.
NumiS. 29 (even) the hallowed part thereof out of it
HALLOWED things
What is set apart, separation, v~\\> qodesh.
Lev. 12. 4 she shall touch no hallowed thing, nor
19. 8 he hath profaned the hallowed thing of
Num. 5. 10 every man s hallowed things shall be his
18. 8 heave offerings of all the hallowed things
Deuta6. 13 I have brought away the hallowed things
2 Ki.ij. 1 8 Jehoash. .took all the hallowed things
12. 1 8 his own hallowed things, and all the gold
HA-LO -HESH, HAL-LO -HESH. rni^n the whisperer.
1. Father of Shallum who ruled over part of Jerusalem
and helped to rebuild the wall. B.C. 475.
Neh. 3. 12 unto him repaired Shallum the son of H.
2. One or a family that sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.
B.C. 475.
Neh. 10. 24 H., Pileha, Shobek
HALT
Lame, crippled, x<a\6s cholos.
Matt 18. 8 better, .to enter into life halt or maimed
Mark 9. 45 better for thee to enter halt into life
Lukei4. 21 bring in hither the poor, .and the halt
John 5. 3 great multitude .. of blind, halt, withered
HALT, to
1. 7*o leap, j)ass over, rips pasach.
i Ki. 18. 21 How long halt ye between two opinions?
2.7*0 halt, JfSy tsala.
Gen. 32. 31 the sun rose, .and he halted upon his
Mic. 4. 6 will I assemble her that halteth, and I
4. 7 I will make her that halted a remnant
Zeph. 3. 19 I will save her that halteth, and gather
^.Halting, ySy txela.
Psa. 38. 17 For I (am) ready to halt, and my sorrow
HALTING
Halting, j, S* tselu.
Jer. 20. 10 All my familiars watched for my halting
TTAM) orr multitude.
Here Chedorlaomer smote the Zuzim. If these people
were the Zamzummim, Ham must have been in what
was afterwards the land of the Ammonites. Hence
Ham may be but another name of their chief strong
hold Kabbah, now Amman. Others think it is the
modern Humeimath one mile above Rabba, the ancient
Ar-moab, on the Koman road.
Gen. 14. 5 smote, .the Zuzims in H., and the Emims
HAM, crt swarthy, dark coloured.
1. The youngest son of Noah, and father of Canaan. The
Egyptian word Kern, Egypt=Ham, as an adjective,
means " black " and " warm." His sons were Cush and
Mizraim, Phut and Canaan. Ham was the only son of
Noah after whom a country was named. B.C. 2348.
Gen. 5. 32 and Noah begat Shem, H., and Japheth
6. 10 Noah begat three sons, Shem, H., and J.
7. 13 Shem, and H., and Japheth, the sons of
9. 18 the sons of Noah, .were Shem, and H.
9. 18 and H. (is) the father of Canaan
9. 22 H.. .saw the nakedness of his father
Gen. 10. i generations of the sons of Noah ; Shem, H.
10. 6 the sons of H. ; dish, and Mizraim, and
10. 20 These (are) the sons of H., after their
i Ch. i. 4 Noah, Shern, H., and Japheth
i. 8 The sons of H. ; Cush, and Mizraim
2. The patronymic of his descendants.
1 Ch. 4. 40 for (they) of H. had dwelt tkere of old
Psa. 78. 51 (their) strength in the tabernacles of H.
105. 23 and Jacob sojourned in the laud of H.
105. 27 showed his. .wonders in the land of H.
1 06. 22 Wondrous works in the land of H., (and)
HA -MAN, ln celebrated Havian, Horn.
The chief minister or vizier of Ahasuerus (Xerxes).
B.C. 510. After the failure of his plot to cut off all
the Jews in the empire of Persia he was hanged on the
gallows which he had erected for Mordecai. He ii
called the Agagite, as signifying that he was of Amalekitishdescent
: but in the LXXheiscalleda3/acedontan
in Esth. 9. 24 (cf. 3. i), and a Persian by Sulpiciua
Severus.
Esth. 3. i Afterthese. .didk. Ahasuerus promoteH.
3. 2 all the king s servants, .reverenced H.
3. 4 they told H., to see whether Mordecai s
3. 5 when H. saw. .then was H. full of wrath
3. 6 wherefore H. sought to destroy all the J.
3. 7 they cast Pur, that (is), the lot, before II.
3. 8 H. said unto king Ahasuerus, There is a
3. io king took his ring, .and gave it unto H.
3. ii the king said unto H., The silver (is)giv.
3. 12 all that H.had commanded,unto the king s
3. 15 And the king and H. sat down to drink
4. 7 the money that H. had promised to pay
5. 4 let the king and H. come this day unto
5. 5 the king said, Cause H. to make haste
5. 5 So the king and H. came to the banquet
5. 8 let the king and H. come to the banquet
5. 9 Then went H. forth that day joyful and
5. 9 when H. saw Mordecai in the king s gate
5. io Nevertheless H. refrained himself, and
5. 1 1 H. told them of the glory of his riches, and
5. 12 H. said moreover, Yea, Esther., did let
5. 14 the thing pleased H.; and he caused the
6. 4 Now H. was come into the outward court
6. 5 said . . Behold, H. standeth in the court
6. 6 So H. came in. And the king said unto
6. 6 H. thought in his heart, To whom would
6. 7 H. answered the king, For the man whom
6. io Then the king said to H., Make haste
6. ii Then took H. the apparel and the horse
6. 12 but H. hasted to his house mourning
6. 13 H. told Zeresh his wife and all his friends
6. 14 and hasted to bring H. unto the banquet
7. i So the king and H. came to banquet with
7. 6 The adversary and enemy (is) this. .H.
7. 6 Then H. was afraid before the king and
7. 7 H. stood up to make request for his life
7. 8 H. was fallen upon the bed whereon Est.
7. 8 As the word went out. .they covered H. s
7. 9 gallows .. which H. had made for Morde.
7. 9 the gallows, .standeth in the house of H.
7. io Sp they hanged H. on the gallows that
8. i did . . Ahasuerus give the house of H. . . un.
8. 2 his ring, which he had taken from H.
8. 2 Esther set Mordecai over the house of H.
8. 3 besought . . to put away the mischief of H.
8. 5 the letters devised by H. the son of Ha.
8. 7 I have given Esther the house of H., and
9. 10 ten sons of H. the son of Hammedatha
9. 12 The Jews have slain, .the ten sons of H.
9. 13 let H. s ten sons be hanged upon the gal.
9. 14 given, .and they hanged H. s ten sons
9. 24 Because H. . .had devised against the Je.
HA -MATH, HE -MATH, nsn dffenced, walled.
A city of Upper Syria in the valley of the Orontes,
about midway between its source (near Baalbek) and
the bend which it makes at Jisrhadid. The Hamathites
were a Hamitic race and are included among the
desendants of Canaan (Gen. io. 18.)
Numi3. 21 So they went up. .as men come to H.
34. 8 shall point out . . unto the entrance of H.
Judg. 3. 3 Baal-hermon unto the entering in of H.
2 Sa. 8. 9 Toi king of H. heard that David had sm.
1 Ki. 8. 65 from the eutering in of H. unto the river
2 Ki. 14. 25 from the entering of H. unto the sea of
14. 28 how he recovered Damascus, and H. . .for
17. 24 the king of Assyria brought, .from H.
17. 30 and the men of H. made Ashima
18. 34 Where (are) the gods of H., and of Arpa.T
19. 13 Where (is) the king of H., and the king
23 33 Pharaoh-nechoh put him in bands . . in . . H
25. 21 slew them at Riblah in the land of H.
1 Ch.i3- 5 Shihor of Egypt, .unto the entering of H.
18. 3 David smote Hadarezer. .unto H., as he
18. 9 Tou king of H. heard how David had sm.
2 Ch. 7. 8 from the entering in of H. unto the river
8. 4 the store cities, which he built in H.
Isa. io. q (is) not H. as Arpad? (is) not Samaria as
11. ii his people, which shall be left, from. .H.
36. 19 Where (are) the gods of H. and Arphad
37- 3 Where (is) the king of H., and the king of
Jer. 39. 5 they brought him up. .to Riblah in.. H.
49. 23 Concerning Damascus. H. is confounded
52. 9 they took the king . . to Riblah in . . H.
52. 27 put them to death . . in the land of H.
Eze. 47. 16 H.,Berothah, Sibraim, which (is) between
47. 16 border of Damascus, and the border of H.
47. 17 north northward and the border of H.
47. 20 border, till a man come over against H.
48. i of the way of Hethlon, as oue goetb to H
HAMATHITE 444 HAND
Eze. 48. i of Damascus northward, to the coast of H.
Amos 6. 2 and from thence go ye to H. the great
6. 14 shall afflict, .from the entering in of II.
Zech. 9. 2 And H. also shall border thereby
HA-MATH-ITE, *risrj belonging to llamath.
The patronymic of certain descendants of Canaan
dwelling on the extreme north of Palestine.
Gen. 10. 18 Arvadite, and the Zemarite, and the H.
1 t h. 1. 16 Arvadite, and the Zemarite, and the H.
HA-MATH ZO -BAH, a$is n?r|.
The fuller name of Ifamath. It is called by the Greeks
Epiphaiiia: but it is probably not Hamath the Great,
being distinguished from it by the suffix Xobah ; as
Ramath-(?j7earf is distinguished from Ramah in Benja
min.
2 Ch. 8. 3 Solomon wenttoH., and prevailed against
HAM -MATH, n^r, warm springs. A fortified city in the territory allotted to Naphtali, one
mile from Tiberias. Its name indicates that it con
tained the " hot baths" of Tiberias. Josephus calls it
jfmmatu, a village not far from Tiberias, where Ves
pasian encamped before Tiberias. The Haminam, at
present four in number, still send up their hot sulphu
reous waters (144 Fahr.), at a spot rather more than
a mile S. of the modern town, Tubariyeh, at the ex
tremity of the ruins of the ancient city.
Josh. 19. 35 the fenced cities. .Ziildim, Zer, and H.
HAM ME-DA -THA, *rn?a given by Horn.
The father of Hainan the Agagite at the court of Ahasuerus
( Xerxes) king of Persia. B.C. 550.
Esth. 3. i promote Haman the son of H. the Agagite
3. 10 and gave it unto Haman the son of H.
8. 5 letters devised by Haman the son of H.
9. 10 ten sons of Haman the son of H. . .slew
9. 24 the son of H. . .had devised against the
HAM-ME -LECH, ^8n the king.
Though this is given in the Common Version as a proper
name, it might and perhaps ought to have been trans
lated as the ordinary Hebrew word for " the king" ; i.e.,
in the first case Jehoiakim, and in the latter Zedekiah.
Jer. 36. 26 king commanded Jerahmeel the son of H.
38. 6 the dungeon of Malchiah the son of H.
HAMMER
1. Hammer, hammering, rno^n halmuth.
Jadg. 5. 26 She put her hand, .to the workmen s ha.
2. Hammer, a^jjip maqqabah.
\ Ki. 6. 7 there was neither hammer nor ax. .heard
Isa. 44. 12 fashioneth it with hammers, and worketh
Jer. 10. 4 they fasten it with nails and with ham.
S.Hammer, n^j i/iaqqfbeth.
Judg. 4. 21 Then Jael. .took an hammer in her hand
4. Hammer, vtz^pattixh.
Isa. 41. 7 he that smootheth (with) the hammer
Jer. 23. 29 a hammer (that) breaketh the rock in pi.
50. 23 How is the hammer, .cut asunder and
5. Hatchets, clubs, nis^j kelappoth.
Psa. 74. 6 now they break down . . with axes and h.
HAM-MO-LE -KETH, rc^arr the queen.
Daughter of Machir and sister of Gilead the grandson
of Manasseh. One of her children was Abi-ezer, from
whose family sprang the great judge Gideon. She mayhave
ruled over a portion of the land belonging to
Gilead; and hence her name. B.C. 1450.
i Ch. 7. 18 sister H. bare Ishod, and Abiezer, and M.
HAM MON, pan hot spring.
1. A city of Asher, not far from Zidon-rabbah, or
" Great Zidon". It may be Hamul, about ten miles
from Tyre, and near the coast.
Joah.ig. 28 Rehob, and H., and Kanah. .unto great
5. A city allotted to the Levites out of the tribe of
Naphtali, and answering to the cities (or city) called
Hammath and Hammath-dor.
i Ch. 6. 76 with her suburbs, and H. with her sub.
HAM-MOTH DOR INI nan.
A city of Naphtali allotted to the Gershonite Levites,
and appointed a city oftefuge. It is perhaps identical
with Hammath. In i Chr. 6. 76, the name is Uammon.
Josh 21. 32 H.-d. with her suburbs, and Kartan with
HA-MO -NAH, .t}i2a multitude.
The place in or near which the multitudes of Gog are
to be buried, after the great slaughter, and which is to
derive its name from that circumstance.
Eze. 39. 16 also the name of the city (shall be) H.
HA MON GOO, J -3 pen multitude by Gog. A glen previously known as the " ravine of the passen
gers on the E. of the Sea," after the burial there of Gog
and all his multitude.
Eze. 39. ii and they shall call (it), The valley of H.-g.
39. 15 have buried it in the valley of H.-g.
HA -MOR, lien large jackass.
The figure employed by Jacob for Issachar; also a
Hivite or Horite, who, at the return of Jacob into Pales
tine, was prince of the city of Shechem, and father of
Snechem whose treatment of Dinah brought destruction
:o himself and all his kindred and city. The name in
J Greek form is Emmor, and Abraham is said to have
oought his sepulchre from the sons of Emmor. B.C. 1739.
Gen. 33. 19 at the hand of the children of H.
Gen. 34. 2 when Shechem the son of H. . .saw her
34. 4 Shechem spake unto his father H., saying
34. 6 H. the father of Shechem went out unto
34. And H. communed with them, saying
34. 13 sons of Jacob answer* -d Sluvhem and H.
34. 18 their words pleased II., and Shechem, H. s
34. 20 H. and Shechem. .came unto the gate of
34. 24 unto H., and unto Shechem his son, hear.
34. 26 they slew H. and Shechem his son with
Josh. 24. 32 which Jacob bought of the sons of H. the
Judg 9. 28 Serve the men of H. the father of Shechem
HA-MTJ -EL, Swan God is a sun.
A son of Mishnia, a Simeonite, of the family of Shaul.
B.C. 1 200.
i Ch. 4. 26 the sons of Mishma ; H. his son, Zacchur
HA -MTJL, ^-n pity.
The younger son of Pharez son of Judah by Tamar.
He was the head of the Ilainulite family. B.C. 1650.
Gen. 46. 12 the sons of Pharez were Hezron and H
Nuni26. 21 of H., the family of the Hamulites
1 Ch. 2. 5 The sons of Pharez; Hezron, and H.
HA-MTJ-LITES, ^oj belonging to Hamul.
The descendants of Hamul son of Pharez.
Nuni26. 21 of Hamul, the family of the H.
HA MTJ -TAL, S^on God isfresh life; kin to the dew.
A daughter of Jeremiah of Libnah, one of king Josiah s
wives, and mother of Jehoahaz and Mattaniah or
Zedekiah. In the last two texts the name is given as
Hamital, which the LXX. adopts throughout. B.C. 600.
2 Ki. 23. 31 his mother s name (was)H., the (laughter
24. 18 his mother s name(wr.s)H., the daughter
Jer. 52. i his mother s name(was) H. the daughter
HA-NAM -EEL, Sxsjn gift or grace of God.
Son of Shallum and cousin of Jeremiah the who prophet purchased a field from him in full assurance that
it would ultimately prove a good investment. B.C. 590.
Jer. 32. 7 H. the son of Shallum thine uncle, shall
32. 8 H., mine uncle s son, came to me in the
32. 9 I bought the field of H., my uncle s son
32. 12 in the sight of H. mine uncle s (son)
HA -NAK, j:n merciful.
1. A son of Shashak, a descendant of Benjamin. B.C. i
134-
i Ch. 8. 23 And Abdon, and Zichri, and H.
2. A son of Azel a Benjamite, through Saul. B.C. 860.
i Ch. 8. 38 Azel had six sons . . Azrikam, Booheru . . H.
9. 44 Azel had six sons. . Azrikani, Bochern. .H.
3. Son of Maachah, one of the heroes of David s guard.
B.C. 1040.
i Ch. ii. 43 H. the son of Maachah, and Joshaphat
4. A Nethinim returned captive with Zerubbabel B c
536.
Ezra. 2. 46 children of Shalmai, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 49 children of H., the children of Giddel
5. A Levite who assisted Ezra when he read the law.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 7 H. . . caused the people to understand the
C. A Levite who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah
and the people. [Perhaps the same as No. 5]. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 10 their brethren, Shebaniah, Hodijah. .H.
13. 13 next to them (was) H. the son of Zaccur
7. A chief (or the patronymic of a family) who sealed the
covenant with Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 22 Pelatiah, H., Anaiah
8. Another of the chiefs on the same occasion.
Neh. TO. 26 And Aliijah, H., Anaii
9. An officer in the Lord s house whose sons had a
chamber in the temple. He was son of Igdaliorhic.
B.C. 600.
Jer. 35. 4 into the chamber of the sous of H., the
HA-NAN -EEL. *?N^n God is gracious.
Hananeel was the builder of the tower near the Sheepgate
of Jerusalem.
Neh. 3. i they sanctified it, unto the tower of H.
12. 39 the tower of H., and the tower of Meah
Jer. 31. 38 from the tower of II. unto the gate of the
Zech. 14. 10 the tower of H.uuto the king s wine pre.
HA-NA -NI, ";~ gracious.
1. One of the sons of Heman, David s seer and head of
the i8th course of the service of the Sanctuary. B.C.
1015.
1 Ch.25. 4 Of Henian. .Hananiah, H., Eliathah, Gid.
25. 25 H. . .his sons, and his brethren, .twelve
1. A seer who rebuked Asa for buying off Benhadad
king of Syria. B.C. 941.
2 Ch. 16. 7 at that time H. the seer came to Asa king
3. The father of Jehu the seer who testified against
Baasha and Jehoshaphat. B.C. 930.
i Ki.i6. i the word, .came to Jehu the son of H.
16. 7 by the hand of. .Jehu the son of H. came
a Ch.ig. 2 Jehu the son of H. the seer went out to
20. 34 written in the book of Jehu the son of H.
4. A priest who had taken a strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 20 of the sons of Immer ; H., and Zebadiah
A brother of N<:hemiah who returned from Jerusalem
to Susa and was afterwards made governor of Jerusalem
under Nehemiah. B.C. 446.
Neh. i. 2 That H., one of my brethren, came, he
7. 2 I gave my brother H. . . charge over Jeru.
0. A priest and musician who assisted in the ceremonial
of purifying the walls of Jerusalem. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 36 his brethren, Shemaiah. .Judah, H., with
HA NAN -IAH, in;;.-n. ,r;;q Jah is gracious.
1. A son of Heman the singer and chief of the i6th
course of the 24 into which the 288 Levite musicians
were divided by king David. Heman s sons were espe
cially employed to blow the horns. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.25. 4 sons of Heman . .H., Hanani, Eliathah
25. 23 H. . .his sons, and his brethren, .twelve
2. A chief captain of king I zziah s army. B.C. 810.
2 Ch.26. ii under the hand of H., (one) of the king s
3. The father of Zedekiah, one of the princes in the reign
of Jehoakim king of Judah. B.C. 630.
Jer. 36. 12 sat. .the son of H., and all the princes
4. Son of Azur, a Benjamite of Gibeon and false prophet
in the reign of Zedekiah king of Judah. B.C. 595. In
this year he withstood Jeremiah the prophet.
Jer. 28. i II. the son of Azur the prophet, .spake
28. 5 prophet Jere. said unto the prophet H.
28. 10 H. . .took the yoke from off. .Jeremiah s
28. ii H. spake in the presence of all the people
28. 12 after. .H. the prophet had broken the
28. 13 Go and tell H., saying, Thus saith the L.
28. 15 Then said the prophet Jeremiah unto H.
28. 15 Hear now, H. ; The LORD hath not lent
28. 17 So H. the prophet died the same year, in
5. Grandfather of Irijah, the captain of the ward at the
gate of Benjamin. He arrested Jeremiah on a charge
of deserting to the Chaldaeus. B.C. 596.
Jer. 37. 13 Irijah, the son of Shelemiah . . son of H.
6. Son of Shashak and head of a Benjamite house. B.O
134-
i Ch. 8. 24 And H., and Elam, and Antothijah
7. The Hebrew name of Shadrach, who was of the hoitsr
of David. B.C. 607.
Dan. i. 6 these were, of the children of Judah . . H
i. 7 of Belteshazzar ; and to H., of Shadrach
i. ii prince of the eunuchs had set over. .H.
i. 19 among., all was found none like Daniel, II
2. 17 Daniel, .made the thing known to H.
8. A son of Zerubbabel in the ancestry of Jesus. E.c
500.
i Ch. 3. 19 sons of Zerubbabel ; Meshullam, and H.
3. 21 And the sons of H. ; Pelatiah, and Jesai.
9. A son of Bebai, who returned with Ezra from Baby Ion
B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 28 the sons also of Bebai ; Jehohanan, H.
10. An apothecary and priest. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 8 Next unto him also repaired H. the son
11. One that repaired a portion of the wall of Jerusalem
with Hanun. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 30 After him repaired H. the son of Shele.
12. A ruler of the palace at Jerusalem under Nehemiah.
B.C. 44S.
Neh. 7.2! gave . . Hanani, and H. . . charge over J.
13. An individual or family that sealed the covenant
B.C. 445-
Neh. 10. 23 Hoshea, H., TTashub
14. A priest in the time of Jehoiakim. B.C. 630.
Neh. 12. 12 the chief of the fathers, .of Jeremiah, H.
12. 41 the priests. .Zechariah, (and) H., with
HAND
\.Palmcfthehand, ]3N ekeph.
Job 33. 7 neither shall my hand be heavy upon
2. Hand, T yad.
Gen. 3. 22 now, lest he put forth his hand, and take
4. ii receive thy brother s blood from thy hand
5. 29 concerning our work and toil of our han.
8. 9 then he put forth his hand, and took her
9. 2 into your hand are they delivered
9. 5, 5 at the hand of every beast will I require
9. 5; at the hand of man ; at the hand of every
14. 20 delivered thine enemies into thy hand
14. 22 I have lift up mine hand unto the LORI)
16. 6 Behold, thy maid (is) in thy hand ; do to
16. 9 and submit thyself under her hands
16. 12 his hand (will be) against every man, and
16. 12 every man s hand against him ; and he
19. 10 the men put forth their hand, and pulled
19. 16 the men laid hold upon his hand, and
19. 16 the hand of his wife, and upon the hand
21. 1 8 Arise, .and hold him in thine hand ; for
21. 30 seven ewe lambs shalt thou take- of my h.
22. 6 he took the fire in his hand, and a knife
22. 10 And Abraham stretched forth his hand
22. 12 Lay not thine band upon the lad, neither
24. 2 Put, I pray tliee, thy hand under my thi.
24. 9 the servant put his hand under the thigh
24. 10 the goods of Us muter(were) in hit hand
24. 18 and let down her pitcher upon her hand
24. 22 two bracelets for her hands of ten (shekA
24. 30 and bracelets upon his sister s hands, and
24. 47 and I put. .the bracelets upon her hands
95. 26 and his hand took hold on Esau s heel
27. 16 And she put the skins.. upon his hands
=7. 17 the bread, .intothehand of her son Jacob
27. 22 but the hands
(are) the hands of Esau
27. 23 his hands were hairy, as. .Esau s hands
30. 35 and gave (them) into the hand of his sons
31. 29 It is in the power of my hand to do you
31. 39 of my hand didst thou require it, (whet.)
32. n the hand of my brother, from the har.il
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13 took of that which canie to his hand a
16 hs delivered, .into the hand of. his serv.
10 then receive my present at my hand ; for
19 at the hand of the children of Hamor
4 strange gods which (were) in their hand
21 and he delivered him out of their hands
22 Shed no blood, .and lay no hand upon
22 he might rid him out of their hands, to
27 and let not our hand be upon him ; for
18 she said, .tl.y staff that (is) in thine hand
20 sent the kid by the hand of his friend
20 receive (his) pledge from the woman s h.
28 to pass, .that (the one) put out (his) hand
28 and bound upon his hand a scarlet thread
29 as he drew back his hand, that, behold
30 that had the scarlet thread upon his hand
1 bought him of the hands of the Ishmeel.
3 the LORD made all. .to prosper in his ha.
4 and all (that) he had he put into his ha.
6 he left all that he had in Joseph s hand
5 committed all that he hath to my hand
12, 13 left his garment in her hand, and fled
22 committed to Joseph s hand, .the prison.
23 looked not to any thing, .under his hand
1 1 And Pharaoh s cup (was) in my hand: and
13 shalt deliver Pharaoh s cup into his hand
35 lay up corn under the hand of Pharaoh
42 Pharaoh took off his ring from his hand
42 put it upon Joseph s hand, and arrayed
44 without thee shall no man lift up his ha.
37 deliver him into my hand, and I will bri.
9 of my hand shalt thou require him : if I
12 And take double money in your hand
1 2 the money . . carry (it) again in your hand
13 they took double money in their hand
21 we have brought it again in our hand
22 we brought down in our hands to buy fo.
26 the present which (was) in their hand
17 the man in whose hand the cup is found
4 Joseph shall put his hand upon thine ey.
29 put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thi.
14 upon Manasseh s head, guiding his hands
17 his right hand upon the head of Ephraim
17 he held up his father s hand, to remove
22 I took out of the hand of the Amorite
8 thy hand (shall be) in the neck of thine e.
24 the arms of his hands were made strong
24 by the hands of the mighty (God) of Ja.
19 delivered us out of the hand of the shep.
5 deliver them out of the hand of the Egy.
19 not let you go, no, not by a mighty hand
20 I will stretch out my hand, and smite E.
2 What (is) that in thine hand ? And he
4 Put forth thine hand . . he put forth his ha.
6 Put now thine hand into thy bosom. And
6 put his hand into his bosom : and when
6 behold, his hand (was) leprous as snow
7 Put thine hand into thy bosom again
7 he put his hand into his bosom again
13 by the hand (of him whom) thou wilt
17 thou shalt take this rod in thine hand
ID and Moses took the rod of God in his h.
21 those wonders. .1 have put in thine hand
21 to put a sword in their hand to slay us
i with a strong hand shall he let them go
i with a strong hand shall he drive them
4 that I may lay my hand upon Egypt
5 when I stretch forth mine hand upon E.
15 the rod. .shalt thou take in thine hand
17 smite with the rod that (is) in mine hand
19 stretch out thine hand upon the waters
5 Say unto Aaron, Stretch forth thine hand
6 And Aaron stretched out his hand over
17 Aaron stretched out his hand with his
3 hand of the LORD is upon thy cattle
15 now I will stretch out my hand, that I
22 Stretch forth thine hand toward heaven
12 Stretch out thine hand over the land of
21 Stretch out thine hand toward heaven
22 Moses stretched forth his hand toward h.
ii eat it ; (with), .your staff in your hand
3 by strength of hand the LORD brought
9 be for a sign unto thee upon thine hand
9 with a strong hand hath the LORD brou.
i/,, 16 By strength of hand the LORD brou.
16 it shall be for a token upon thine hand
8 the children . . went out with an high ha.
16, 26 stretch out thine hand over the sea
21, 27 Moses stretched, .his hand over the
30 saved, .out of the hand of the Egyptians
9 will draw my sword, my hand shall dest.
170 LORD, (which) thy hands have establi.
20 Miriam . . took a timbrel in her hand ; and
3 died by the hand of the LORD in the land
5 thy rod. .take in thine hand, and go
9 stand . .with the rod of God in mine hand
1 1 when Moses held up his hand, that Isra
11 and when he let down his hand, Amalck
12 But Moses hands (were) heavy ; and they
12 stayed up his hands, .and his hands were
9, io out of the hand of the Egyptians
10 delivered . .out of the hand of Pharaoh
10 from under the hand of the Egyptians
13 There shall not an hand touch it, but he
13 but God deliver (him) into his hand ; then
. 16 or if he be found in his hand, he shall
. 20 with a rod, and he die under his hand
. 24 tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for 1
. 4 If the theft be certainly found in his ha
. 8, ii put his hand unto his neighbour s go.
. i put not thine hand with the wicked to be
. 31 inhabitants of the land into your hand
445
E.\od24- ii upon the nobles, .he laid not his hand
29. io, 15, 19 shall put their hands upon the he.
29. 20 and upon the thumb of their right hand
29. 25 thou shalt receive them of their hands
30. 19, 21 shall wash their hands and their feet
32. 4 And lie received (them) at their hand
32. ii with great power, and with a mighty ha ?
32. 15 two tables of the testimony, .in his hand
32. 19 cast the tables out of his hands, andbrake
34. 4 took in his hand the two tables of stone
34. 29 the two tables of testimony in Moses ha.
35. 25 all the women, .did spin with their hands
35. 29 commanded to be made by the hand of
38. 21 by the hand of Ithamar, son to Aaron the
40. 31 washed their hands and their feet there.
Lev. i. 4 he shall put his hand upon the head of
3. 2, 8, 13 he shall lay bis hand upon the head
4. 4 lay his hand upon the bullock s head, and
4. 15 elders . . shall lay their hands upon the he.
4. 24, 29, 33 shall lay his hand upon the head
7. 30 His own hands shall bring the offerings
8. 14, 1 8, 22 laid their hands upon the head of
8. 23 put (it), .upon the thumb of his right ha.
8. 24 upon the thumbs of their right hands
8. 36 the LORD commanded by the hand of M.
9. 22 Aaron lifted up his hand toward the pe.
io. ii spoken unto them by the hand of Moses
14. 14, 17, 25, 28 upon the thumb of his. .hand
14. 32 baud is uot able to get (that which per.)
15. ii and hath not rinsed his hands in water
16. 21 Aaron shall lay both his hands upon the
16. 21 send (him) away by the hand of a fit man
22. 25 Neither from a stranger s hand shall ye
24. 14 that heard, .lay their hands upon his he.
2s. 14 or buyest (ought) of thy neighbour s ha.
28 remain in the hand of him that, .bought
25 be delivered into the hand of the enemy
46 in mount Sinai by the hand of Moses
28 under the hand of Ithamar the son of A.
37 commandment of the LORD by the hand
45 the word of the LORD by the hand of M.
49 they were numbered by the hand of Mo.
1 8 the priest shall have in his hand the bitter
25 shall take . . out of the woman s hand, and
21 beside (that) that his hand shall get : ac.
8 under the hand of Ithamar the son of A.
10 shall put their hands upon the Levites
12 the Levites shall lay their hands upon the
23 commandment of the LORD by the hand
13 commandment of the LORD by the hand
23 Is the LORD S hand waxed short ? thou
23 commanded you by the hand of Moses
40 the LORD said to him by the hand of M.
1 1 Moses lifted up his hand, and with his
20 with much people, and with a strong ha.
2 wilt . . deliver this people into my hand
26 taken all his land out of his hand, even
34 for 1 have delivered him into thy hand
7 the rewards of divination in their hand
23 his sword drawn in his hand : and the ass
29 I would there were a sword in mine hand
31 his sword drawn in his hand : and he
7 when Phinehas. .took a javelin in his ha.
18 Take. .Joshua, .and lay thine hand upon
23 he laid his hands upon him, and gave him
23 the LORD commanded by the hand of M.
6 and the trumpets to blow in his hand
1 with their armies under the hand of Mo.
3 Israel went out with an high hand in the
18 Or (if) he smite him with an hand weap.
21 Or in enmity smite him with his hand
25 deliver, .out of the hand of the revenger
13 the LORD commanded by the hand of M.
25 they took of the fruit, .in their hands
27 deliver us into the hand of the Aniorites
7 blessed thee in all the works of thy hand
15 the hand of the LORD was against them
24 I have given into thine hand Sihon the
30 that he might deliver him into thy hand
2 I will deliver him . . into thy hand ; and
3 LORD our God delivered into our hands
8 out of the hand of the two kings of the
24 show, .thy greatness, and thy mighty ha.
28 shall serve gods, the work of men s hands
34 wonders, and by war, and by a mighty h.
15 brought thee out. .through a mighty ha.
8 shalt bind them for a sign upon thine h.
21 brought us out of Egypt with a mighty h.
8 LORD brought you out with a mighty ha.
8 from the hand of Pharaoh king of Egypt
19 the mighty-hand, and the stretched out
7. 24 he shall deliver their kings into thine h.
8. 17 the might of (mine) hand hath gotten me
9. 15 two tables of the covenant, .in my two h.
9. 17 tables, and cast them out of my two ha.
9. 26 brought, .out of Egypt with a mighty ha.
10. 3 up . . having the two tables in mine hand
11. 2 your God, his greaness, his mighty hand
11. 18 and bind them for a sign upon your hand
12. 6 heave offerings of your hand, and your
12. 7 rejoice in all that ye put your hand unto
12. 1 1 the heave offering of your hand, and all
12. 17 offerings, or heave offering of thine hand
12. 18 in all that thou puttest thine hands unto
13. 9 thine hand shall be first upon him to put
13. 9 and afterwards the hand of all the people
13. 17 nought of the cursed thing to thine hand
14. 25 bind up the money in thine hand, and
14. 29 bless thee in all the work of thine hand
15. 3 with thy brother thine hand shall release
15. 7 nor shut thine hand from thy poor brot.
15. 8 thou shalt open thine hand wide unto h.
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1 1 Thou shalt open thine hand wide unto
10 a tribute of a freewill offering of thine h.
15 bless thee. .in all the works of thine ha.
7 The hands of the witnesses shall be first
7 and afterward the hands of all the people
5 his hand fetcheth a stroke with the ax to
12 deliver him into the hand of the avenger of
21 tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for f.
13 thy God hath delivered it into thine hand
6 shall wash their hands over the heifer
7 Our hands have not shed this blood, nei.
10 God hath delivered them into thine hand
20 in all that thou settest thine hand to in
25 thou mayest pluck the ears with thine h.
1 give (it) in her hand, and send her out of
3 givetn (it) in her hand, and sendeth her
19 may bless thee in. .the work of thine hand
1 1 out of the hand of him that smiteth him
11 putteth forth her hand, and taketh him
4 priest shall take the basket out of thine h.
8 brou. us . . out of Egypt with a mighty h.
15 the work of the hands of the craftsman
8, 20 all that thou settest thine hand unto
12 and to bless all the work of thine hand
32 and (there shall be) no might in thine h.
30. 9 thee plenteous in every work of thine h.
31. 29 to anger through the work of your hands.
32. 27 lest they should say, Our hand (is) high
32. 39 neither, .that can deliver out of my hand
32. 40 I lift up my hand to heaven, and say, I
32. 41 If. .mine hand take hold on judgment, I
33. 3 all his saints (are) in thy hand : and they
33. 7 let his hands be sufficient for him ; and
33. ii Bless, .and accept the work of his bauds
34. 9 for Moses had laid his hands upon hii.i
34. 12 And in all that mighty hand, and in all
Josh 2. 19 blood . .on our head, if (any) hand be upon.
2. 24 LORD hath delivered into our hand* all
4. 24 That all. .might know the hand of the L.
5. 13 a man. .with his sword drawn in his hand
6. 2 See, I have given into thine hand Jericho
7. 7 to deliver us into the hand of the Amor.
8. i I have given into thy hand the king of A.
8. 7 LORD your God will deliver it into your h.
8. 18 Stretch out the spear that (is) in thy hand
8. 18 for I will give it into thine hand. And J.
8. 18 stretched out the spear, .in his hand to.
8. 19 as soon as he had stretched out his hand
8. 26 Joshua drew not his hand back, where.
9. 25 And now, behold, we (are) in thine hand
9. 26 delivered them out of the hand of the c.
io. 6 Slack not thy hand from thy servants
io. 8 for I have delivered them into thine hand
io. 19 God hath delivered them into your hand
io. 30 LORD delivered it also . . into the hand of
10. 32 LORD delivered Lachish into the hand of
11. 8 LORD delivered them into the hand of I.
14. 2 as the LORD commanded by the hand of
20. 2 whereof I spake unto you by the hand of
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5 not deliver the slayer up into his hand
9 uot die by the hand of the avenger of b.
2, 8 LORD commanded by the hand of Mo.
44 LORD delivered . .enemies into their hand
9 to the word of the LcRD by the hand of
31 children of Israel out of the hand of the
8 I gave them into your hand, that ye mi.
io Balaam, .so I delivered you out of his ha.
24. 1 1 and I delivered them into your hand
Judg i. 2 I havp delivered the land into his hand
i . 4 delivered . . the Perizzites into their hand
1. 35 the hand of the house of Joseph prevail.
2. 14 into the hands of spoilers that spoiled
2. 14 sold them into the hands of their eneni.
2. 15 the hand of the LORD was against them
2 16 out of the hand of those that spoiled them
2. 18 out of the hand of their enemies all the
2. 23 neither delivered he them into the hand
4 commanded their fathers by the hand of
8 and he sold them into the hand of Chus.
10 of Mesopotamia into his hand ; and his h.
15 Ehud, .a Benjamite, a man left handed
21 Ehud put forth his left hand, and took
28 your enemies the Moabites into your ha.
30 So Moab was subdued, .under the hand
2 LORD sold them into the hand of Jabin
7 and I will deliver him into thine hand
9 shall sell Siserainto the hand of a woman
14 LORD hath delivered Sisera into thine h.
21 Then Jael. .took an hammer in her hand
24 the hand of the children of Israel prosp.
26 She put her hand to the nail, and herr.h.
1 them into the hand of Midiaii seven years
2 the hand of Midiau prevailed against Isr.
9 I delivered you out of the hand of the E.
9 out of the hand of all that oppressed you
21 the end of the staff that (was) in his hand
^6, 37 thou wilt save Israel by mine hand
1 me to give the Midianites into their hand
2 saying, Mine own hand hath saved me
6 of them that lapped, .their hand to
7 and deliver the Midianites into thine h.
8 So the people took victuals in their hand
9 for I have delivered it into thine hand
11 afterward shall thine hands be strength.
14 into his hand hath God delivered Midiau
15 LORD hath delivered into your hand the
16 he put a trumpet in every man s hand
19 brake the pitchers that (were) in their h.
20 and held the lamps in their left hands
20 and the trumpets in their right hands tc
3 God hath delivered into your hands the
HAND 446 HAND
Judg. 8. 6, i5Are..Zebahand7,alinunna. .inthinch.
8. 7 delivered Zebah andZalmonna into mine h.
8. 22 thou hast delivered us from the hand of
8. 34 out of the hands of all their enemies on
9. 16 according to the deserving of his hands
9. 17 delivered you out of the hand of Midian
9. 29 to God this people were under my hand !
9. 48 Abimeleeh took an ax in his hand, and
10. 7 sold them into the hands of the Philistines
10. 7 into the hands of the children of Ammon
10. 1 2 cried . . and I delivered you out of their h.
it. 21 Sihon and all his people into the hand of
11. 30 the children of Aminon into mine hands
n. 32 and the LORD delivered them into his h.
12. 2 called., ye delivered me not out of their h.
12. 3 the LORD delivered them into my hand
13. i LORD delivered them into the hand of
13. 5 deliver Israel out of the hand of the Ph.
13. 23 received, .a meat offering at our hands
14. 6 and (he had) nothing in his hand : but
15. 12 deliver thee into the hand of the Philis.
15. 13 bind thee. .and deliver thee into their h.
15. 14 and his bands loosed from off his hands
15. 15 put forth his band and took it, and slew
is- 17 he cast away the jawbone out of his hand
15. 18 given this great deliverance into the hand
15. 18 and fall into the hand of the uncircum.?
1 6. 1 8 came up. .and brought money in their h.
16. 23 delivered Samson our enemy into our h.
16. 24 Our god hath delivered into our hands
16. 26 said unto the lad that held him by the h.
17. 3 the silver, .from my hand for my son, to
1 8. 10 for God hath given it into your hands
18. 19 lay thine hand upon thy mouth, and go
19. 27 and her hands (were) upon the threshold
20. 28 Go up. .1 will deliver them into thine h.i
Ruth 1.13 the hand of the LORD is gone out against
4. 5 What day thou buyest the field of the h.
4. 9 that I have bought all . . of the hand of N.
x Sa. ?. 73 with a flesh hook of three teeth in his h.
4. 8 out of the hand of these mighty gods?
5. 4 the palms of his hands (were) cutoff upon
5. 6 the hand of the LORD was heavy upon
5. 7 his hand is sore upon us, and upon Dagon
5. 9 the hand of the LORD was against the city
5.11 the hand of God was very heavy there
6. 3 known . . why his hand is not removed
6. 5 peradventure he will lighten his hand
6. 9 then we shall know that (it is) not his h.
7. 3 he will deliver you out of the hand of the
7. 8 he will save us out of the hand of the P.
7. 13 the hand of the LORD was against the I .
7. 14 did Israel deliver out of the hands of the
9. 8 I have here at hand the fourth part of a
9. 16 he may save my people out of the hand
10. 4 which thou shalt receive of their hands
10. 18 delivered you out of the hand of the Eg.
10. 18 and out of the hand of all kingdoms, (and)
11. 7 sent (them), .by the hands of messengers
12. 3 of whose hand have I received (any) bribe
12. 4 neither, .taken ought of any man s hand
12. 5 that ye have not found ought in my hand
12. 9 he sold them into the hand of Sisera, ca.
12. 9 and into the hand of the Philistines
12. 9 and into the hand of the king of Moab
12. 10 deliver us out of the hand of our enemies
12. ii delivered you out of the hand of your en.
12. 15 then shall the hand of the LORD be again.
13. 22 neither sword nor spear found in the ha.
14. 10 hath delivered them into our hand : and
14. 12 delivered them into the hand of Israel
14. 13 And Jonathan climbed up upon his hands
14. 19 and Saul said. .Withdraw thine hand
14. 26 no man put his hand to his mouth : for
14. 27 the end of the rod . . in his hand, and dip.
14. 27 and put his hand to his mouth ; and his
14. 37 wilt thou deliver them into the hand of I.
14. 43 the end of the rod that (was) in mine ha.
14. 48 out of the hands of them that spoiled
6. 16 that he shall play with his hand, and thou
16. 23 took an harp, and played with his hand
17. 22 left his carriage in the hand of the keeper
17. 37 he will deliver me out of the hand of this
17. 40 he took his staff in his hand, and chose
17. 40 his sling (was) in his hand : and he drew
17. 46 will the LORD deliver thee into mine ha.
17. 47 and he will give you into our hands
17. 49 David put his hand in his bag, and took
17. 50 (there was) no sword in the hand of Da.
17. 57 the head of the Philistine in his hand
18. 10 and David played with his hand, as at
1 8. 10 and (there was) a javelin in Saul s hand
18. 17 Let not mine hand be upon him, but
18. 17 let the hand of the Philistines be upon h.
18. 21 that the hand of the Philistines may be
18. 25 make David fall by the hand of the Phil.
19. q his hand : and David played with (his) h.
20. 16 require (it) at the hand of David s enemies
21. 3 Now therefore what is under thine hand
21. 3 give(me)five (loaves of) bread in mine hand
21. 4 no common bread under inine hand ; but
21. 8 is there not here under thine hand spear
si. 13 and feigned himself mad in their hands
22. 6 now Saul . . having his spear in his hand
ac. 17 because their hand also (is) with David
22. 17 would not put forth their hand to fall
23. 4 deliver the Philistines into thine hand
23. 6 came down (with) an ephod in his hand
23. 7 God hath delivered him into mine hand
23. 1 1 Will the men . . deliver me .. into his hand ?
23. 12 me and my men into the hand of Saul ?
23. 14 but God delivered him not into his hand
1 Sa. 23. 16 Jonathan, .strengthened his hand in God
23. 17 the hand of Saul, .shall not find thee
23. 20 to deliver him into the king s hand
24. 4 deliver thine enemy into thine hand, that
24. 6 to stretch forth mine hand against him
24. 10 delivered thee to day into mine hand in
24. 10 not put forth mine hand against my lord
24. 1 1 see the skirt of thy robe in my hand : for
24. 1 1 evil nor transgression in mine hand, and
24. 12, 13 but mine hand shall not be upon thee
24. 15 plead, .and deliver me out of thine hand
24. 1 8 the LORD had delivered me into thine h.
24. 20 Israel shall be established in thine hand
25. 8 give . . whatsoever cometh to thine hand
25. 26 from avenging thyself with thine own h.
25. 33 from avenging myself with mine own ha.
25. 35 So David receiv-d of her hand (that)
25. 39 of my reproach from the hand of Nabal
26. 8 delivered thine enemy into thine hand
26. 9 who can stretch forth his hand against
26. ii that I should stretch forth mine hand
26. 18 have I done ? or what evil
(is)
in mine h.?
26. 23 for the LORD delivered thee into (my) h.
26. 23 but I would not stretch forth mine hand
27. i now perish one day by the hand of Saul
27. i despair, .so shall I escape out of his hand
28. 17 hath rent the kingdom out of thine hand
28. 19, 19 deliver, .into the hand of the Philis.
30. 15 nor deliver me into the hands of my mas.
30. 23 and delivered the company, .into our ha.
2 Sa. i. 14 to stretch forth thine hand to destroy the
2. 7 now let your hands be strengthened, and
3. 8 not delivered theeinto the hand of David
3. 12 and, behold, my hand (shall be) with thee
3. 1 8 saying, By the hand of my servant David
3. 1 8 save, .out of the hand of the Philistines
3. 1 8 and out of the hand of all their enemies
3. 34 Thy hands (were) not bound, nor thy feet
4. i his hands were feeble, and all the Israel.
4. 1 1 shall I not. .require his blood of your h.
4. 12 and cut off their hands and their feet, and
5. 19 wilt thou deliver them into mine hand .
5. 19 deliver the Philistines into thine hand
8. i took, .out of the hand of the Philistines
10. 2 to comfort him by the hand of his serv.
10. 10 he delivered into the hand of Abishaihis
11. 14 wrote a letter, .and sent
(it) by the hand
12. 7 I delivered thee out of the hand of Saul
12. 25 he sent by the hand of Nathan the prop.
13. 5 that I may see (it), and eat (it) at her ha.
13. 6 in niy sight, that I may eat at her hand
13. 10 Bringthemeat. .that Imayeatof thine h.
13. 19 laid her hand on her head, and went on
14. 19 (Is not) the hand of .Toab with thee in all
15. 5 he put forth his hand, and took him, and
1 6. 8 delivered the kingdom into the hand of
16. 21 then shall the hands of all. .be strong
18. 2 a third part, .under the hand of Joab
1 8. 2 a third part under the hand of Abishai
1 8. 2 a third part under the hand of Ittai the
18. 12 put forth mine hand against the king s
1 8. 28 that lifted up their hand against my lord
20. 9 Amasa by the beard with the right hand
20. 10 took no heed to the sword, .in Joab s h.
20. 21 hath lifted up his hand against the king
21. 9 he delivered them into the hands of the G.
21. 20 a rjan. .that had on every hand six flng.
21. 22 fell by the hand of David, and by the ha.
22. 21 according to the cleanness of my hands
22. 35 He teacheth my hands to war ; so that a
23. 6 because they cannot be taken with hands
23. 10 until his hand was weary, and his hand
23. 21 and the Egyptian had a spear in his hand
23. 21 plucked the spear out of the Egyptian s h.
24. 14 let us fall now into the hand of the LORD
24. 14 and let me not fall into the hand of man
24. 16 when the angel stretched out his hand
24. 1 6 said. .It is enough ; stay now thine hand
24. 17 Let thine hand, I pray thee, be against
i Ki. 2. 25 king Solomon sent by the hand of Benai.
2. 46 the kingdom was established in the hand
8. 15 and hath with his hand fulfilled (it), say.
8. 24 hast fulfilled (it) with thine hand, as (it is)
8. 42 For they shall hear, .of thy strong hand
8. 53 as thou spakest by the hand of Moses thy
8. 56 which he promised by the hand of Moses
ii. 12 I will rend it out of the hand of thy son
ii. 26 even he lifted up (his) hand against the
ii. 27 the cause that he lifted up (his) hand
ii. 31 I will rend the kingdom out of the hand
ii. 34 not., the whole kingdom out of his hand
ii. 35 I will take the kingdom out of his sou s h.
13. 4 that he put forth his hand from the altar
13. 4 And his hand, .dried up, so that he could
13. 6 that my hand may be restored me again
13. 6 the king s hand was restored him again
14. 1 8 which he spake by the hand of his serv.
14. 27 unto the hands of the chief of *he guard
15. 18 them into the hand his servants
16. 7 also Dy the liand of the prophet Jehu the
16. 7 provokinf him . . with the work of his ha.
17. ii Bring me. .a morsel of bread in thine h.
1 8. 9 wouldest eliver thy servant into the ha.
1 8. 46 And the hand of the LORD was on Elijah
20. 6 they shall put (it) in their hand, and take
20. 13 I will deliver t in o thine hand this day
20. 28 deliver all this, .multitude into thine ha.
20. 42 thou hast let go -lit f (thy) hand a man
22. 3 take it not out of he hand of the king of
22. 6, 15 LORD shall deliver (it) into the hand
22. 12 shall deliver (it) into the king s hand
22. 34 Turn thine hand, and carry me out of
2 Ki. 3. 10, 15 to deliver them into the hand of Mo.
3. 1 1 which poured water on the hands of Eli.
3. 1 5 that the hand of the LORD came upon him
3. 18 deliver the Moabites also into your hand
4. 29 take my staff in thine hand, and go thy
5. 1 1 and strike his hand over the place, and
5. 1 8 he leancth on my hand, and I bow myse.
5. 20 in not receiving at his hands that which
5. 24 he took (them) from their hand, and besto.
6. 7 And lie put out his hand, and took it
7. 2 a lord on whose hand the kintr leaned
7. 17 appointed the lord on whose hand he le.
8. 8 Take a present in thine hand, and go, meet
8. 20, 22 Edom revolted from under the band
9. i take this box of oil in thine hand, anil go
9. 7 avenge the blood . .at the hand of Jeze)>el
9. 23 Joram turned his hands, and fled,and said
9. 35 and the feet, and the palms of (her) hands
10. 15 give, .thine hand. And he gave, .his ha.
10. 24 men whom I have brought into your ha.
11. 8 every man with his weapons in his hand
ii. ii every man with his weapons in his hand
11. 1 6 And they laid hands on her; and she went
12. it gave the money, .into the hands of them
12. 15 the men into whose hand they delivered
13. 3 delivered them into the hand of Hazael
13. 3 and into the hand of Ben-hadad the son
13. 5 they went out from under the hand of the
13. 16 Put thine hand upon, .he put his hand
13. 1 6 Elisha put his hands upon the king s ha.
13. 25 took again out of the hand of Ben-hadad
13. 25 cities which he had taken out of the hand
14. 5 as the kingdom was confirmed in his hand
14. 25 he spake by the band of his servant Jonah
14. 27 he saved them by the hand of Jeroboam
15. 19 hand, .to confirm the kingdom in his band
17. 7 from under the hand of Pharaoh king of
17. 20 delivered them into the hand of spoilers
.17. 39 deliver you out of the hand of all your
1 8. 29 not be able to deliver you out of his hand
18. 30 shall not be delivered into the hand of
18. 33 delivered at all his land of the hand of
18. 34 they delivered Samaria out of mine hand!
18. 35 delivered their country out of mine band
18. 35 should deliver Jerusalem out of mine ha.?
19. 10 delivered into the hand of the king of A.
19. 14 Hezekiah received the letter of the hand
19. 18 no gods,but the work of men s hands,wood
19. 19 save thou us out of his hand, that all the
21. 14 deliver them into the hand of their ene.
22. 5 let them deliver it into the band of the
22. 7 money that was delivered into their hand
22. 9 into the hand of them that do the work
22. 17 provoke me. .with, .works of their hand
1 Ch. 4. 10 that thine hand might be with me, and
5. 10 with the Hagarites, who fell by their hand
5. 20 Hagarites were delivered into their hand
6. 15 carried . .by the hand of Nebuchadnezzar
ii. 23 in the Egyptian s hand (was) a spear like
11. 23 plucked the spear out of . .Egyptian s hand
13. 9 I zza put forth his hand to hold the ark
13. 10 he put his hand to the ark : and there be
14. 10 wilt thou deliver them into mine hand
14. 10 for I will deliver them into thine hand
14. ii broken in upon mine enemies by mine h.
16. 7 into the hand of Asaph and his brethren
1 8. i towns out of the hand of the Philistines
19. ii unto the hand of Abishai his brother, and
20. 8 fell by the hand of David, and by the h.
21. 13 let me fall now into the hand of the LORD
21.13 ut let me not fall into the hand of man
21. 15 said. .It is enough, stay now thine hand
21. 16 having a drawn sword in his hand stret.
21. 17 Let thine hand, I pray thee, O LORD my
22. 18 inhabitants of the land into mine hand
25. 2 under the hands of Asaph. which proph.
25. 3 under the hands of their father Jeduthun
25. 6 these (were) under the hands of their fa.
26. 28 (it was) under the hand of Shelomith, and
28. 19 understand in writing by (his) hand upon
29. 5 (to be made) by the hands of artificers
29. 8 by the hand of Jehiel the Gershonite
29. 12 hand (is) power and might; and in thine h.
29. 16 this store, .(cometh) of thine hand, and
2 Ch. 6. 4 who hath with his hands fulfilled (that)
6. 15 hast fulfilled (it) with thine hand, as (it
6. 32 thy mighty hand, and thy stretched nut
8. 1 8 sent him, by the hands of his servants
10. 15 which he spake by the hand of Ahijah the
12. 5 I also left you in the hand of Shishak
12. 7 out upon Jerusalem by the hand of Shis.
12. 10 to the hands of the chief of the guard
13. 8 kingdom. . in the hand of the sons of D.
13. 16 and God delivered them into their hand
15. 7 let not your hands be weak : for your wo.
16. 7 king of Syria escaped out of thine hand
16. 8 LORD, he delivered them into thine hand
17. 5 LORD stablished the kingdom in his hand
18. 5 God will deliver (it) into the king s hand
18. 1 1 shall deliver (it) into the hand of the king
18. 14 they shall be delivered into your hand
18. 33 Turn thine hand, that thou mayest carry
ao. 6 and in thine hund (is there not) power and
21. 10 under the hand of Judah unto this day
21. 10 did Libnah revolt from under his hand
23. 7 every man with his weapons in his hand
23. 10 every man having his weapon in his ha.
23. 15 they laid hands on her : and when she was
23. 18 by the hand of the priests the Levites
24. ii was brought, .by the hand of the Levites
24. 24 delivered a . . great host into their hand
25. 15 deliver their own people out of thine ha.?
HAND
a Ch.25. 20 deliver them into the hand (qf . .enemies)
26. 1 1 account by the hand of Jeiel the scribe
26. 1 1 under the haud of Hanaiiiah, (one) of the
26. 13 under their hand (was) an army, three
26. 19 (had) a censer in his hand to burn incense
28. 5 him into the hand of the king of Syria
28. 5 into the haud of the king of Israel, who
28. 9 he hath delivered them into your Iiaud
29. 23 and they laid their hands upon them
30. 12 hand of God was to give them one heart
30. 16 (they received) of the hand of the Levites
31. 13 (were) overseers under the hand of Con.
32. 13 to deliver their lands out of mine hand?
32. 14 could deliver his people out of mine hand
32. 14 be able to deliver you out of mine hand ?
32. 15 out of mine hand, and out of the hand of
32. 15 your God deliver you out of mine hand?
32. 17 delivered their people out of mine hand
32. 17 deliver his people out of mine hand
32. 19 (which were) the work of the hands of m.
32. 22 saved, .from the hand of Sennacherib the
32. 22 and from the hand of all (other), and
33. 8 and the ordinances by the hand of Moses
34. 9 of the hand of Manasseh and Ephraim
34. 10 they put (it) in the hand of the workmen.
34. 17 the hand of. .overseers, and to the hand
?4. 25 provoke me. .with, .the works of their ha.
35. 6 the word of the LORD by the hand of M.
35. ii sprinkled (the blood) from their hands
36. 17 he gav^ (them) all into his hand
Ezra i. 6 strengthened their hands with vessels of
1. 8 by the hand of Mithredath the treasurer
4. 4 weakened the hands of the people of Ju.
6. 22 to strengthen their hands in the work of
7. 6 to the hand of the LORD his God upon
7. 9 to the good hand of his God upon him
7. 28 the hand of the LORD my God (was) upon
8. 1 8 by the good hand of our God upon us
8. 22 The hand of our God (is) upon all them
8. 26 even weighed unto their hand six hundr.
8. 31 the hand of our God was upon us, and
8. 33 by the hand of Meremoth the son of U.
9. 2 the hand of the princes and rulers hath
9. 7 into the hand of the kings of the lands
10. 19 they gave their hands that they would put
Jfeh. i. 10 thou hast redeemed, .by thy strong hand
2. 8 according to the good hand of my God
2. 1 8 I told them of the hand of my God which
2. 18 So they strengthened their hands for (this)
4. 17 with one of his hands wrought in the wo.
6. 5 the fifth time with an open letter in his h.
6. 9 Their hauds shall be weakened from the
6. 9 Now therefore, (p God,) strengthen my h.
8. 6 Amen, Amen, with lifting up their hands
9. 14 and laws, by the hand of Moses thy serv.
9. 24 and thou. .gavest them into their hands
9. 27 into the hand of their enemies, who vex.
9. 27 saved them out of the hand of their ene.
9. 28 leftest thou them in the hand of their en.
9. 30 into the hand of the people of the lands
ii. 24 at the king s hand in all matters concer.
13. 21 if ye do (so) again, I will lay hands on you
Esth. 2. 21 sought to lay hand on the king Ahasuer.
3. 6 he thought scorn to lay hands on Morde.
3. 9 to the hands of those that have the char.
3. 10 the king took his ring from his hand, and
5. 2 the golden sceptre that (was) in his hand
6. 2 sought to lay hand on the king Ahasuer.
6. 9 be delivered to the hand of one of the ki.
8. 7 because he laid his hand upon the Jews
9. 2 to lay hand on such as sought their hurt
9. 10 but on the spoil laid they not their hand
9. 15 but on the prey they laid not their hand
9. 16 but they laid not their hands on the prey
Job 1. 10 Thou hast blessed the work of his hands
i. ii But put forth thine hand now, and touch
1. 12 only upon himself put not forth thine h.
2. 5 But put forth thine hand now, and touch
2. 6 he (is) in thine hand ; but save his life
4. 3 and thou hast strengthened the weak ha.
5. 12 so that their hands cannot perform .. ent.
5. 15 But he saveth. .from the hand of the m.
5. 1 8 he woundeth, and his hands make whole
6. 9 that he would let loose his hand, and cut
6. 23 Or, Deliver me from the enemy s hand?
6. 23 or, Redeem me from the hand of the mig.?
9. 24 earth is given into the hand of the wick.
9. 33 (that) might lay his hand upon us both
10. 7 none that can deliver out of thine hand
10. 8 Thine hands have made me, and fashion.
11. 14 If iniquity (be) in thine hand, put it far
12. 6 into whose hand God bringeth (abundant.)
12. 9 the hand of the LORD hath wrought this?
12. 10 In whose hand (is) the soul of every living
14. 15 have a desire to the work of thine hand
15. 23 day of darkness is ready at his hand
15. 25 he stretcheth out his hand against God
16. 1 1 turned me over into the hands of the wi.
17. 3 who (is) he (that) will strike hands with
17. 9 he that hath clean hands shall be strong.
19. 21 for the hand of God hath touched me
20. 10 and his hands shall restore their goods
20. 22 every hand of the wicked shall come
21. 5 be astonished, and lay. .hand upon. .mo.
21. 16 Lp, their good (is) not in their hand : the
26. 13 his hand hath formed the crooked serpe.
27. 1 1 I will teach you by the h. of God : (that)
27. 22 spare : he would fain flee out of his hand
28. 9 He putteth forth his hand upon the rock
29. 20 and my bow was renewed in my hand
30. 2 whereto (might) the strength of their h.
30. 21 with thy strong hand thou opposest thy.
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Job 30. 24 Howbeit he will not stretch out (his) hand
31. 21 If I have lifted up my hand against thef.
31. 25 and because mine hand had gotten much
31. 27 or my mou*h hath kissed my hand
34. 19 for they "11 (are) the work of his hands
34. 20 mighty shall be taken away without hand
35. 7 gi vest . . or what r ceiveth he of thine ha.?
37. 7 He sealeth up the hand * very man
40. 4 1 will lay mine hand upo" my mouth
Psa. 8. 6 dominion over *he works of thy hands
10. 12 Arise, LORD ; O G d, lift up thine hand
10. 14 mischief, .to requite (it) with thy hand
17. 14 From men (which are) thy hand, O LORD
1 8. title, his enemies, and from the hand of Saul
18. 20, 24 according to the cleanness of my ha.
1 8. 34 He teacheth my hands to war, so that a
21. 8 Thine hand shall find out all thine ene.
22. 16 the wicked, .pierced my hands and my
26. 10 In whose hands (is) mischief, and their
28. 2 when I lift up my hands toward thy holy
28. 4 give them after the work of their hands
28. 5 they regard not. .the operation of his h.
31. 5 Into thine hand I commit my spirit : thou
31. 8 not shut me up into the hand of the ene.
31. 15 My times (are) in thy hand : deliver me
31. 15 from the.liand of mine enemies, and from
32. 4 day and night thy hand was heavy upon
36. 1 1 let not the hand of the wicked remove
37. 24 for the LORD upholdeth (him with) his h.
37. 33 The LORD will not leave him in his hand
38. 2 fast in me, and thy hand presseth me sore
39. 10 I am consumed by the blow of thine hand
44. 2 didst drive out the heathen with thy hand
55. 20 He hath put forth his hands against such
58. 2 ye weigh the violence of your hands in
68. 31 Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her h.
71. 4 Deliver me. .out of the hand of the wic.
73. 23 thou hast holden (me) by my right hand
74. ii Why withdrawest thou thy hand, even
75. 8 For in the hand of the LORD (there is) a
76. 5 none of the men . . have found their hands
77. 20 a flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron
78. 42 They remembered not his hand, (nor) the
78. 61 and his glory into the enemy s hand
80. 17 Let thy hand be upon the Man of thy
81. 14 turned my hand against then: adversaries
82. 4 rid (them) out of the hand of the wicked
88. 5 and they are cut off from thy hand
89. 13 strong is thy hand, (and) high is thy right
89. 21 With whom my hand shall be established
89. 25 I will set his hand also in the sea, and his
89. 48 deliver his soul from the hand of the g.?
90. 17 establish, .the work of our hands upon us
90. 17 yea, the work of our hands establish thou
92. 4 I will triumph in the works of thy hauds
95. 4 In his hand (are) the deep places of the
95. 5 he made it ; and his hands formed the
95. 7 and we (are), .the sheep of his hand. Tod.
97. 10 delivereth. .out of the hand of the wicked
102. 25 and the heavens (are) the work of thy h.
104. 28 thou openest thine hand, they are filled
1 06. 10 he saved, .from the hand of him that ha.
106. 10 redeemed them from the hand of the ene.
106. 26 he lifted up his hand against them, to
1 06. 41 gave them into the hand of the heathen
106. 42 brought into subjection under their hand
107. 2 redeemed from the hand of the enemy
109. 27 That they may know that this (is) thy h.
in. 7 The works of his hands (are) verity and
115. 4 Their idols (are), .the work of men s hand
115. 7 They have hands, but they handle not
119. 73 Thy hands have made me and fashioned
119. 173 Let thine hand help me : for I have ch.
121. 5 the LORD (is) thy shade upon thy right h.
123. 2 (look) unto the hand of their masters,(and)
123. 2 eyes of a maiden unto the hand of herm.
125. 3 lest the righteous put forth their hands
127. 4 As arrows, .in the hand of a mighty man
134. 2 Lift up your hands(in) the sanctuary, and
135. 15 The idols., (are)., the work of men s hands
136. 12 With a strong hand, and .. stretched out
138. 7 thou shalt stretch forth thine hand against
138. 8 forsake not the works of thine own hands
139. 10 Even there shall thy hand lead me, and
140. 4 Keep me. .from the hands of the wicked
143. 5 thy works ; I muse on the work of thy h.
143. 6 I stretch forth my hands unto thee : my
144. i the LORD, .which teacheth my hands to
144. 7 Send thine hand from above ; rid me, and
144. 7 deliver, .from the hand of strange child.
144. ii Rid me. .from the hand of strange child.
145. 16 Thou openest thine hand, and satisfiest
149. 6 and a two edged sword in their hand
Prov. i. 24 I have stretched out my hand, and no m.
3. 27 it is in the power of thine hand to do (it)
6. 5 as a roe from the hand (of the hunter)
6. 5 as a bird from the hand of th_ fowler
6. 10 slumber, a little folding of the hands to
6. 17 tongue, and hands that shed innocent bl.
10. 4 but the hand of the diligent maketh rich
11. 21 (Though) hand (join) in hand, the wicked
12. 14 iherecompenceof a man s hands shall be
12. 24 The hand of the diligent shall bear rule
14. i foolish plucketh it down with her hands
16 5 (though) hand (join) in hand, he shall not
17. 16 price in the hand of a fool to get wisdom
19. 24 A slothful (man) hideth his hand in (his)
21. i king s heart (is) in the hand of the LORD
21. 25 desire, .killeth him ; for his hands
24. 33 slumber, a little folding of the hands to
26. 6 sendeth a message by the hand of a fool
26. 9 goeth up into the hand of a drunkard, so
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Prov 26. 15 The slothful hideth his hand in (his) bos
30. 28 The spider taketh hold with her hands
30. 32 if thou hast thought evil, (lay) thine hand
31. 19 She layeth her hands to the spindle, and
31. 20 She reacheth forth her hands to the needy
31.31 Give her of the fruit of her hands ; and
Eccl. 2. ii I looked on. .the works, .my hands had
2. 24 I saw that it (was) from the hand of God
4. 5 The fool foldeth his hands together, and
5. 6 and destroy the work of thine hands?
5. 14 and (there is) nothing in his hand
5. 15 which he may carry away in his hand
7. 18 also from this withdraw not thine hand
7. 26 snares and nets, (and) her hands (as) ba.
9. i the wise, .(are) in the hand of God : no
9. 10 Whatsoever thy hand ftndeth to do, do
10. 18 through idleness of the hands the house
11. 6 in the evening withhold not thine hand
Song 5. 4 My beloved put in his hand by the hole
5. 5 and my hands dropped (with) myrrh, and
5. 14 His hands (are as) gold rings set with the
7. i the work of the hands of a . . workman
Isa. i. 12 who hath required this at your hand, to
i. 15 will not hear: yo^r hands are full of bl.
1. 25 will turn my hand upon thee, and purely
2. 8 they worship the work of their own hand
3. 6 and (let) this ruin (be) under thy hand
3.11 the reward of his hands shall be given him
5. 12 neither consider the operation of his hand
5. 25 stretched forth his hand against them
5. 25 not turned away, but his hand (is) stret.
6. 6 Hew one. .having a live coal in his hand
8. 1 1 the LORD spake thus . . with a strong hand
9. 12, 17, 21 but his hand (is) stretched out still
10. 4 but his hand (is) stretched out still
10. 5 staff in their hand is mine indignation
10. 10 hand hath found the kingdoms of the idols
10. 13 the strength of my hand I have done (it)
10. 14 my hand hath found as a nest the riches
10. 32 he shall shake his hand (against) the mo.
11. 8 shall put his hand on the cockatrice den
ii. ii the LORD shall set his hand again the
ii. 14 shall lay their hand upon Kdom and M.
ii. 15 shall he shake his hand over the river
13. 2 shake the hand, that they may go into
13. 7 Therefore shall all hands be faint, and
14. 26 this (is) the hand that is stretched out
14. 27 and his hand (is) stretched out, and who
17. 8 look to the altars, the work of his hands
19. 4 give over into the hand of a cruel lord
19. 16 shaking of the hand of the LORD of hosts
19. 25 Assyria the work of my hands, and Israel
22. 21 will commit thy government into his hand
23. 1 1 He stretched out his hand over the sea
25. 10 in this mountain shall the hand of the
25. ii he shall spread forth his hands in the
25. ii together with the spoils of their hands
26. ii thy hand is lifted up,- they will not see
28. 2 cast down to the earth with the hand
29. 23 the work ofmine hands, in the midst of h.
31. 3 the LORD shall stretch out his hand, both
31. 7 own hands have made unto you (for) a
34. 17 hand hath divided it unto them by line
35. 3 Strengthen ye the weak hands, and con.
36. 15 into the hand of the king of Assyria
36. 1 8 out of the hand of the king of Assyria ?
36. 19 they delivered Samaria out of my hand ?
36. 20 have delivered their land out of my hand
36. 20 should deliver Jerusalem out of my hand?
37. 10 into the hand of the king of Assyria
37. 14 letter from the hand of the messengers
37. 19 but the work of men s hands, wood and
37. 20 our God, save us from his hand, that all
40. 2 hath received of the LORD S hand double
41. 20 the hand of the LORD hath done this, and
42. 6 will hold thine hand, and will keep thee
43. 13 (is) none that can deliver out of my hand
44. 5 subscribe (with) his hand unto the LORD
45. 9 makest thou ? or thy work, He hath no h.?
45. ii concerning the work of myhands command
45. 12 my hands, have stretched out the heavens
47. 6 I have, .given them iuto thine hand
48. 13 Mine hand also hath laid the foundation
49. 2 in the shadow of his hand hatli he hid me
49. 22 I will lift up mine hand to the Gentiles
50. 2 Is my hand shortened at all, that it can.
50. 1 1 This shall ye have of mine hand ; ye shall
51. 16 covered thee in the shadow of mine hand
51. 17 which hast drunk at the hand of the LORD
51. 1 8 (is there any) that taketh her by the hand
51. 22 I have taken out of thine hand the cup
51. 23 into the hand of them that afflict thee
53. 10 pleasure of the LORD, .prosper in his ha.
56. 2 and keepeth his hand from doing any
57. 10 thou hast foundthe life of thine hand
59. i the LORD S hand is not shortened, that
60. 21 work of my hands, that I maybe glorified
62. 3 Thoushalt be a crown of glory in the hand
64. 8 and we all (are) the work of thy hand
65. 2 I have spread out my hands all the day
65. 22 shall long enjoy the work of their hands
66. 2 all those (things) hath mine haud made
66. 14 the hand of the LORD shall be known to.
Jer. i. 9 the LORD put forth his hand, and touched
1. 16 worshipped the works of their own hands
2. 37 thine hands upon thine head : for the L.
6. 9 turn back thine hand as a grape gatherer
6. 12 stretch out my hand upon the inhabitants
6. 24 our hands wax feeble : anguish hath
10. 3 the work of the hands of the workman
10. 9 the work, .of the hands of the founder
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2i Prophesy not. .thou die not by our hand
6 will I stretch out my hand against thee
17 I sat alone, because of thy haml : (or them
21 deliver thee outof the hand of the wicked
21 cause them to know mine hand and my
4 vessel, .marred in the hand of the potter
6 the potters s hand, so (are) ye in mine h.
7 the hands of them that seek their lives
4 into the hand of the king of Babylon
5 I give into the hand of their enemies
1 3 soul of the poor from the hand of evil
4 weapons of war that (are) in your hand*
5 against you with an outstretched ham!
7 hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon
7 hand of their enemies, and into the hand
10 into the hand of the king of Babylon
12 deliver, .out of the hand of the oppressor
3 deliver, .out of the hand of the oppressor
-4 were the signet upon my right hand, yet
05 into the hand of them that seek thy life
2 5 the hand of (them) whose face thou fear.
Vthe hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of Ba.
-5 and into the hand of the Chaldeans
14 strengthen also the hands of evil doers
6, 7 provoke me . . with the works of your h.
1 4 according to the works of their own hands
15 Take the wine cup of this fury at my ha.
17 Then took I the cup at the LORD S hand
-8 refuse to take the cup at thine hand to
14 As for me, behold, I (am) in your hand
24 the hand of Ahikam . . was with Jeremiah
" not give him into the hand of the people
3 by the hand of the messengers which come
6 into the hand of Nebuchadnezzar the ki.
8 until I have consumed them by his haml
3 By the hand of Elasah the son of Shaph.
21 into the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of
6 every man with his hands on his loins
1 1 and ransomed him from the hand of (him
32 in the day. .1 took them by the hand, to
3 4, 36 into the hand of the king of Babylon
4 shall not escape out of the hand of the C
-i with wonders, and with a strong hand
~-4, 25, 28, 43 into the hand of the Chaldean
28 into the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king
-o provoked me . . with the work of their hand
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2 give this city into the hand of the king
3 thou shalt not escape out of his hand
3 shalt.. be taken, and delivered into his h,
20 I will even give them into the hand of
20 into the hand of them that seek their lift
21 hand of their enemies, and into the ham:
4 21 the hand of the king of Babylon s army
36 14 Take in thine hand the roll wherein thoi
36 14 took the roll in his hand, and came unt(
37 17 thou shalt be delivered into the hand of
38. 3 This city shall surely be given into the h
38. 4 thus he weakeneth the hands of the met
4 and the hands of all the people, in speak
38. 5 the king said, Behold, he (is) in your ham
38 16 neither will I give thee into the hand of
38. 18 then shall this city be given into the ham
38. 18, 23 thou shalt not escape out of their ham
38 19 lest they deliver me into their hand, am
38 23 shalt be taken by the hand of the king o
39 17 thou shalt not be given into the hand
40. 4 the chains which (were) upon thine ham
41. 5 with offerings and incense in their hand
42. 1 1 save you, and to deliver you from his h.
3 to deliver us into the hand of the Chalde
j. o Take great stones in thine hand, and hid
4 8 provoke me. .with the works of your han
4 25 and fulfilled with your hand, saying, W
4 30 king of Egypt into the hand of his enen.
4. 30 into the hand of them that seek his life
30 as I gave Zedekiah . into the hand of Ne
46. 24 shall be delivered into the hand of the
46 26 I will deliver them into the hand of thos
46 26 and into the hand of Nebuchadrezzar
46 26 and into the hand of his servants ; and
47 3 shall not look back, .for feebleness of h.
48 37 upon all the hands, .cuttings, and upon
so 15 Shout against her. .she hath given her 1
50. 43 bis hands waxed feeble : anguish took 1
5 1 7 Babylon . . a golden cup in the LORD S han
51 25 I will stretch out mine hand upon thee
Lam i 7 when her people fell into the hand of the
1. 10 The adversary hath spread out his hand
i 14 The yoke . .is bound by his hand ; they
1 14 LORD hath delivered me into (their) hand
1. 17 Zion spreadeth forth her hands, .none to
2. 7 he hath given up into the hand of the en.
2 8 he hath not withdrawn his hand from d.
3 3 he turneth his hand (against me) all the
3 64 LORD, according to the work of their haml
4. 2 pitchers, the work of the hands of the p. !
4 6 overthrown . . and no hands stayed on her
4. 10 The hands of the pitiful women have 10
5 6 We have given the hand (to) the Egypti.
5. 8 none that doth deliver, .outof their hand
5. 12 Princes are hanged up by their hand: the
Eze. i. 3 the hand of the LORD was there upon linn
1. 8 And. .the hands of a man under their w.
2. 9 I looked, behold, an hand (was) sent unto
3. 14 the hand of the LORD was strong upon me
3. 18, 20 his blood will I require at thine hand
3. 22 the hand of the LORD was there upon me
6. 14 So will I stretch out my hand upon them
7. 17 All hands shall be feeble, and all knees
7. 21 I will give it into the hands of the stra.
7. 27 the hands of the jjeople of the land shall
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Eze 8 i the hand of the Lord GOD fell there upon
8. 3 he put forth the form of an hand, and
s ii with every man his censer in his haml
<x i (with) his destroying weapon in his hand
q - every man a slaughter weapon in his ha.
10. 7 cherub stretched forth his hand from be.
10 8 the form of a man s hand under their w.
10. 12 their whole body . .and their hands, and
10. 21 and the likeness of the hand* of a iiwn
ii 9 deliver you into the hands of stran^rs
12. 7 I digged through the wall with mine hand
13! 9 mine hand shall be upon the prophets
13 21 and deliver my people out of your hand
13 21 they shall be no more in your hand to be
13 22 strengthened the hands of the wicked
13 23 I will deliver my people out of your hand
14 o I will stretch out my hand upon him, and
14 . 13 then will I stretch out mine hand upon
16. ii I put bracelets upon thy hands, and a
16 27 I have stretched out my hand over thee
16 39 I will also give thee into their hand, and
16 40 neither did she strengthen the hand of
17. 18 when, lo, he had given his hand, and ha.
18. 8 hath withdrawn his hand from Iniquity
18. 17 hath taken off his hand from the poor
20. 5 In the day when I . .lifted up mine hand
20 5 when I lifted up mine hand unto them
20. 6 In the day . .1 lifted up mine hand unto
20 15 Yet also I lifted up my hand unto them
20 22 I withdrew mine hand, and wrought for
20 23 I lifted up mine hand unto them, also in
20 28, 42 (for) the which I lifted up mine hand
20! 33 I live, .surely with a mighty hand, and
20. 34 I will bring you out . . with a mighty hand
21. 7 all hands shall be feeble, and every spirit
21. ii furbished, to give it into the hand of the
21. 31 deliver thee into the hand of brutish men
22 14 or can thine hands be strong, in the days
23 o into the hand of her lovers, into the hand
23 28 I will deliver thee into the hand . . into t. h
23! 31 therefore will I give her cup into thine h
23 37 blood (is) in their hands, and with their
23 42 which put bracelets upon their hands, am
23 45 (are) adulteresses, and blood (is) in their h
25 6 Because thou hast clapped . . hands, and
25 7 I will stretch out mine hand upon thee
25. 13 I will also stretch out mine handfupon
25 14 lay my vengeance upon Edorn by the h.
25 16 I will stretch out mine hand upon the 1
27 15 many isles, .the merchandise of thine h.
28 Q a man, and no god, in the hand of him
28 10 Thou shalt die . . by the hand of stranger
30 10 to cease by the hand of Nebuchadrezzar
30 12 sell the land into the hand of the wickec
30! 12 make the land waste, .by the hand of str
30 22 will cause the sword to fall out of his h.
30 24 And I will, .put my sword in his hand
30 25 when I shall put my sword into the hand
. ii into the hand of the mighty one of tlie h
^3 6 blood will I require at the watchman s h
33 8 but his blood will I require at thiue ham
13 22 the hand of the LORD was upon me in th
u 10 and I will require my Bock at their ham
34 27 delivered them out of the hand of those
or 3 I will stretch out mine hand against the
36 7 thus saith . . GOD ; I have lifted up mine h
37 i The hand of the LORD was upon me, am
37 17 and they shall become one in thine han
37 19 the stick . .which (is) in the hand of Eph
37. IQ stick, and they shall be one in mine ham
37 20 the sticks, .shall be in thine hand before
38 12 to turn thine hand upon the desolate pi
30. 3 I will smite thy bow out of thy left han
30 3 thine arrows to fall out of thy right ham
39. 21 and my hand that I have laid upon then
39 23 and gave them into the hand of their en
4 i in the self same day the hand of the LORD
40. 3 with a line of tlax in his hand, and a me.
40 5 in the man s hand a measuring reed of
44. 12 therefore have I lifted up mine hand
46 7 according as his hands shall attain unto
47 3 when the man that had the line in his h.
47 14 I lifted up mine hand to give it unto your
Dan i. 2 LORD gave Jehoiakim . .into his hand
8 4 neither, .that could deliver out of his h.
8 7 none . could deliver the ram out of his h.
8 25 he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand
8 25 but he shall be broken without hand
q 15 of the land of Egypt with a mighty hand
10 10 And, behold, an hand touched me, which
10. 10 set me upon, .the palms of my hands
11. ii the multitude shall begiven into his hand
11 16 land, which by hishand shall be consumed
ii 41 these shall escape outof hishand. .Edom
ii 42 He shall stretch forth his hand also upon
Uos 2, 10 and none shall deliver her out of mine h.
7 s he stretched out his hand with scorners
12. 7 the balances of deceit (are) in his hand
14. 3 neither will, .say . .to the work of our h.
Joel 3. 8 into the hand of the children of Jmlah
Amos i. 8 and I will turn mine hand BgalBK Ekron
5. iq leaned his hand on the wall, and a ser.
7. 7 Lord stood . .with a plumb line in his h.
a. 2 into hell, thence shall mine hand take
Mic. 2. i because it is in the power of their hand
5. 9 Thine hand shall be lifted up upon thine
5. 12 I will cut off witchcrafts out of thine h;
5. 13 no more worship the work of thine hands
7. 16 they shall lay. .hand upon, .mouth, their
Hab. 3. 4 he had horns (comim;) out of his hand
3. 10 the deep, .lifted up his hands on high
Zeph. i. 4 I will also stretch out mine hand upon J.
Zeph. 2 13 he will stretch ouV his hand against the-
2. 15 every one. .shall hiiis, (and) wag his hand
3. 16 it shall be said to. .Zion, Let not thine h.
Hag 2 14 so (is) every work of their hands ; and
2. 17 I smote you . .in all the labours of your h.
Zech 2. i a man with a measuring line in his hand
2. Q I will shake mine hand upon them, and
4 9 The ham .s of Zerubbabel have laid the
4! 9 his hands shall also finish it; and thou
A. 10 shall see the plummet in the hand of Z.
8 4 every man with his staff in his hand for
8. 9 Let your hands be strong, ye that hear
8. 13 fear not, (but) let your hands be strong
it 6 into his neighbour s hand, and into the h.
ii. 6 and out of their hand I will not deliver
I3. 6 What (are) these wounds in thine hands ?
13. 7 I will turn mine hand upon the little
14. 13 on the hand of his neighbour, and his h.
14. 13 shall rise up against the hand of his nei.
Mai. i. 10 neither, .accept an offering at your hand
1.13 should I accept this of your hand ? saith
2. 13 receiveth (it) with good will ,at your hand
S.Ifan tf, i: yad.
Ezra 5 8 and this work . . prospereth in their hands
5 12 he gave them into the hand of Nebuch.
6 12 people that shall put to their hand to
7 14 the law of thy God which (is) in thine h.
7 25 wisdom of thy God that (is) in thine hand
Dan. 2. 34 till that a stone was cut out without hand
2. 38 the fowls, .hath he given into thine hand
2 45 was cut out of the mountain without hand
3 15 God that shall deliver you out of my ha. ?
3. 17 he will deliver (us) out of thine hand, O
4 35 none can stay his hand, or say unto him
5 5 same hour came . . fingers of a man s hand
s . 5 the king saw the part of the hand that
s 23 God in whose hand thy breath (is), and
S 24 Then was the part of the hand sent from
7. 25 they shall be given into his hand until a
i.Palm (of the hand), sole (of the foot), 13 kaph.
Gen. 20. 5 in the. .innocency of my hands, have I
31 42 God hath seen, .the labour of my hands
4o ii and I gave the cup into Pharaoh s hand
40. 21 and he gave the cup into Pharaoh s hand
Exod 4 4 (caught it, and it became a rod in his hand
q "9 I will spread abroad my hands unto the
q 33 spread abroad his hands unto the LORD
20 24 in the hands of Aaron, and in the hands
33 22 will cover thee with my hand while I
13. 23 1 will take away mine hand, and thou
Lev 8 27 upon Aaron s hands, and upon his sons It
8 28 Moses took them from off their hands
14. 16 finger in the oil that(is) in his left handi
14 17 of the rest of the oil that (is) in his hand
14 1 8 of the oil that (is) in the priest s hand he
i! 27 of the oil that (is) in his left hand seven t.
14 28 priest, put of the oil that (is) in his hand
14 29 rest of the oil that (is) in the priest s hand
Mum 5 18 put the offering of memorial in her hand
6. IQ shall put. .upon the hands of the Nazar.
24 10 he smote his hands together : and BaUlc
Deut 25. 12 thou shalt cut off her hand, thine eye
Judg 6 13 delivered us into the hands of the Midi-
614 thou shalt save Israel from the hand of
8. 6, 15 (Are) the hands of Zebah and Zalmu.
I2 3*1 put my life in my hands, and passed
14 q he took thereof in his hands, and went
i Sa ] \ may save us out of the hand of our ene.
iq 5 he did put his life in his hand, and slew
28 21 I have put my life in my hand, and have
- Sa 14 16 to deliver his handmaid out of the hand
18 12 a thousand (shekels)of silver in mine hand
18 14 he took three darts in his hand, and th.
iq 9 The king saved us out of the hi.nd of our
19 q and he delivered us out of the hand of
22 i out of the hand of all. .out of .ae hand
1 Ki 822 and spread forth his hands toward heaven
8 38 spread forth his hands toward this house
8 54 from kneeling on his knees with his hand
18. 44 a little cloud out of the sea, like a man s h.
2 Ki 4 34 And he. .put. .his hands upon his hands
ii 12 they clapped their hands, and said, God
16 7 save me out of the hand of the king of S.
!& 7 and out of the hand of the king of Israel
1 8 21 it will go into his hand, and pierce it : so
20 6 city out of the hand of the king of Assyria
1 Ch.i2. 17 seeing (there is) no wrong in mine hands
2 Ch 6 12 And he stood., and spread forth his hands
6 1 3 and spread forth his hands toward heaven
6 29 shall spread forth his hands in this house
3o. 6 that are escaped out of the hand of the k
2 n shall deliver us out of the hand of the ki.
Ezra 8 31 he delivered us from the hand of the ene.
q s spread out my hands unto the LORD my
Job g. 30 and make my hands never so clean
10 3 shouMr-t dc.-pisethe work of thine hands
11 13 and stretch out thine hands toward him
13 14 Wherefore do I. .put my life in mine h.?
1321 Withdraw thine hand far from me ; and
16 17 Not for. .injustice in mine hands : also
23 30 it is delivered by the pureness of thine h.
27 33 (Men) shall clap their hands at him, and
2q q The princes, .laid (their) hand on their
31 7 if any blot hath cleaved to mine hands
41 8 Lay thine hand upon him, remember the
psa 730 LORD . . if there be iniquity in my hands
9 16 is snared in the work of his own hands
18 title, delivered him from the hand of all lua
24 4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure h.
36 6 I will wash mine hands in innocency : so
44 so or stretched out our hand* to a strausre
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Psa. 47. i (> clap your hands, all ye people ; shout
71. 4 the hand of tln> unrighteous and cruel in
73. 13 I have, .washed my hands in innocency
78. 72 guided them by the skilfulness of his ha
81. 6 his hands were delivered from the pots
88. 9 I have stretched out my hands unto thee
91. 12 They ahull bear thee up in (their) hands
98. 8 Let the floods clap (their) hands : let tin
119. 48 My hands also will I lift up unto hy com
119. 109 My soul (is) continually m my hand
128. 2 thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands
129. 7 Wherewith the mower fllleth not his hand
139. 5 beset me. .and laid thine hand upon me
141. i the lifting up of my hands (as) the even.
Prov. 6. i thou hast stricken thy hand with a strau
6. 3 thou art come into the hand of thy friend
10. 4 beco. poor that dealeth (with) a slack h.
17. 1 8 A man void of understanding striketh h.
22. 26 Be not thou. .of them that strike hands
31. 13 and worketh willingly with her hands
31. 16 with the fruit of her hands she planteth
31. 19 the spindle, and her hands hold the dist.
3-r. ao She stretcheth out her hand to the poor
Isa. i. 15 when ye spread forth your hands, I will
28. 4 while it is yet in his hand he eateth it up
33. 15 shaketh his hands from holding of bribes
36. 6 it will go into his hand, and pierce it : so
38. 6 city out of the hand of the king of Assyria
49. 16 graven thee upon the palms of (my) hands
55. 12 all the trees of the field shall clap, .hands
59. 3 your hands are denied with blood, and
59. 6 and the act of violence (is) in their hands
62. 3 and a royal diadem in the hand of thy G.
Jer. 4. 31 spreadeth her hands . . Woe (is) me now !
12. 7 I have given, .into the hand of her ene.
15. 21 redeem thee out of the hand of the terri.
Lam. a. 15 All that pass by clap., hands at thee; they
2. 19 lift up thy hands toward him for the life
3. 41 lift up our. .hands unto God in the heaven
Eze. 6. it Smite with thine hand, and stamp with
at. 14 prophesy, and smite, .hands together
2t. 17 I will also smite mine hands together
21. 24 ye. .come, .ye shall be taken with the h.
22. 13 I have smitten mine hand at thy dishon.
29. 7 When they took hold of thee by thy hand
Jon. 3. 8 from the violence that (is) in their hands
Mic. 4. 10 shall redeem thee from the hand of thine
7. 3 That they may do evil with both hands
Nah. 3. 19 all that hear, .shall clap the hands over
Hag. i . 1 1 a drought .. upon all the labour of the hand
S.ffand (and arm), x.ttp cheir.
Matt. 3. 12 Whose fan (is) in his hand, and he will
4. 6 in (their) hands they shall bear thee up
5. 30 if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off
8. 3 Jesus put forth (his) hand, and touched
8. 15 he touched her hand, and the fever left
9. 1 8 come and lay thy hand upon her, and
9. 25 went in, and took her by the hand, and
12. 10 there was a man which had (his) hand
12. 13 Then saith he. .Stretch forth thine hand
12. 49 he stretched forth his hand toward his
14. 31 Jesus stretched forth (his) hand, and ca.
15. 2 they wash not their hands when they eat
15. 20 to eat with unwashen hands deflleth not
17. 22 shall be betrayed into the hands of men
18. 8 if thy hand or thy foot offend thef , cut
18. 8 rather than having two hands or two feet
19. 13 that he should put (his) hands on them
19. 15 he laid (his) hands on them, and depart.
22. 13 Bind him hand and foot, and take him
26. 23 He that dippeth (his) hand with me in
26. 45 the Son of man is betrayed into the hands
26. 50 Then came they, and laid hands on Jesus
26. 51 stretched out (his) hand, and drew his
27. 24 he took water, and washed (his) hands
Mark i. 31 he came and took her by the hand, and
i. 41 Jesus, .put forth (his) hand.and touched h.
3. i was a man there which had a withered
3. 3 unto the man which had the withered h.
3. 5 saith unto the man, Stretch forth thine h.
3. 5 his hand was restored whole as the other
5. 23 come and lay thy hands on her, that she
5. 41 he took the damsel by the hand, and said
6. 2 such mighty works are wrought by his h. ?
6. 5 save that he laid his hands upon a few
7. 2 with defiled that is. .withunwashenhands
7. 3 except they wash (their) hands oft, eat
7. 5 but eat bread with unwashen hands ?
7. 32 they beseech him to put his hand upon
8. 23 he took the blind man by the hand, and
8. 23 put his hands upon him, he asked him if
8. 25 he put (his) hands again upon his eyes, and
9. 27 Jesus took him by the hand, and lifted
9. 31 The Son of man is delivered into the hand
9. 43 if thy hand offend thee, cut it off : it is
9. 43 than having two hands to go into hell
10. 16 put (his) hands upon them, and blessed
14. 41 the Son of man is betrayed into tthe hands
14. 46 they laid their hands on him, and took
16. 18 [they shall lay hands on the sick, and]
Lake i. 66 And the hand of the Lord was with him
i. 71 and from the hand of all that hate us
i. 74 being delivered out of the hand of our
3. 17 Whose fan (is) in his hand, and he will
4. ii in (their) hands they shall bear thee up
4. 40 he laid his hands on every one of them
5. 13 he put forth (his) hand, and touched him
6. i did eat, rubbing (them) in (their) hands
6. 6 was a man whose right hand was wither.
6. 8 to the man which had the withered hand
6. 10 Stretch forth thy hand. And he did so
Luke 6. 10 his hand was restored whole as the other
8. 54 took her by the hand, and called, saying
9. 44 shall be delivered into the hands of men
9. 62 No man, having put his hand to the plo
13. 13 he laid (his) hands on her : and immedi.
15. 22 put a ring on his hand, and shoes on (his;
20. 19 the same hour sought to lay hands on
21. 12 they shall lay their hands on you, and
22. 21 the hand of him that betrayeth me (is)
22 - 53 ye stretched forth no hands against me
23. 46 Father, into thy hands I commend my s
24. 7 be delivered into the hands of sinful men
24. 39 Behold my hands and my feet, that it is
24. 40 [he showed them (his) hands and (his) ft.
24. 50 he lifted up his hands, and blessed then
John 3 . 35 and hath given all things into his hand
7. 30 no man laid hands on him, because his h
7. 44 taken him i but no man laid hands on h.
10. 28 any man pluck them out of my hand
10. 29 able to pluck (them) out of my Father s h
10. 39 take him : but he escaped out of their h
n. 44 bound hand and foot with grave clothes
13. 3 had given all things into his hands, and
13. 9 feet only, but also (my) hands and (my)
20. 20 showed unto them (his) hands and his sid
20. 25 see in his hands the print of the nails
20. 25 thrust my hand into his side, I will not
20. 27 behold my hands ; and reach hither thy h.
21. 18 thou shalt stretch forth thy hands, and
Acts 2. 23 by wicked hands have crucified and slain
3. 7 he took him by the right hand, and lifted
4. 3 they laid hands on them, and put (them)
4. 28 to do whatsoever thy hand and thy coun.
4. 30 By stretching forth thine hand to heal
5. 12 by the hands of the apostles were many
5. 18 laid their hands on the apostles, and put
6. 6 had prayed, they laid (their) hands on th.
7. 25 that God by his hand would deliver them
7. 35 deliverer by the hand of the Angel which
7.41 rejoiced in the works of their own hands
7. 50 Hath not my hand made all these things .
8. 17 Then laid they (their) hands on them, and
8. 18 through laying on of the apostles hands
8. 19 on whomsoever I lay hands, he may rec.
9. 12 and putting (his) hand on him, that he m.
9. 17 putting his hands on him, said, Brother
9. 41 he gave her (his) hand, and lifted her up
ii. 21 the hand of the Lord was with them : and
11. 30 to the elders by the hands of Barnabas
12. i the king stretched forth (his) hands to vex
12. 7 And his chains fell off from (his) hands
12. ii delivered me out of the hand of Herod
12. 17 beckoning unto them with the hand to
13. 3 laid (their) hands on them, they sent (th.)
13. ii the hand of the Lord (is) upon thee, and
13. 16 beckoning with (his) hand, said, Men of
14. 3 and wonders to be done by their hands
17. 25 Neither is worshipped with men s hands
19. 6 when Paul had laid (his) hands upon them
19. ii special miracles by the hands of Paul
19. 26 they be no gods which are made with ha.
19. 33 And Alexander beckoned with the hand
20. 34 hands have ministered unto my necessit.
21. n bound his own hands and feet, and said
21. ii deliver (him) into the hands of the Gent.
21. 27 stirred, .the people, and laid hands on
21. 40 beckoned with the hand unto the people
23. 19 the chief captain took him by the hand
24. 7 [with, .violence took (him), .out of ourh.J
26. i Paul stretched forth the hand, and ans.
28. 3 came a viper, .and fastened on his hand
28. 4 saw the (venomous) beast hang on his h.
28. 8 and laid his hands on him, and healed
28. 17 delivered . .into the hands of the Romans
Rom 10. 21 I have stretched forth my hands unto a
1 Co. 4. 12 And labour, working with our own hands
12. 15 I am not the hand, I am not of the body
12. 21 the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have
16. 21 salutation of (me) Paul with mine own h.
2 Co. ii. 33 down by the wall, and escaped his hands
Gal. 3. 19 (it was) ordained by angels in the hand
6. ii have written unto you with mine own h.
Eph. 4. 28 working with (his) hands the thing which
Col. 4. 18 The salutation by the hand of me Paul
1 Th. 4. 1 1 and to work with your own hands, as
2 Th. 3. 17 The salutation of Paul with mine own h.
1 Ti. 2. 8 lifting up holy hands, without wrath and
4. 14 laying on of the hands of the presbytery
5 22 Lay hands suddenly on no man, neither
2 Ti. i. 6 in thee by the putting on of my hands
Phm. i 19 I Paul have written (it) with mine own h.
Heb. i. 10 the heavens are the works of thine hands
2. 7 [didst set him over the works of thy han.J
6. 2 of laying on of hands, and of resurrection
8. 9 I took them by the hand to lead them out
10. 31 to fall into the hands of the living God
12. 12 lift up the hands which hang down, and
Jas. 4 . 8 Cleanse (your) hands, (ye) sinners ; and
i Pe 5. 6 Humble yourselves., under the mighty h.
i Jo. i. i our hands have handled, of the Word of
Rev. i. 16 he had in his right hand seven stars ; and
i. 17 he laidj his right [hand] upon me, saying
6. 5 he. .had a pair of balances in his hand
7. 9 with white robes, and palms in their ha.
8. 4 ascended up . . out of the angel s hand
9. 20 repented not of the works of their hands
10. 2 he had in his hand a little book open: and
o. 5 the angel, .lifted up his hand to neaven
o. 8 in the hand of the angel which standeth
o. 10 the little book out of the angel s hand
3. 16 to receive a mark in their right hand, or
4. 9 (his) mark in his forehead, or in his hand
Rev. 14. 14 having, .in his hand a sharp sickle
17. 4 having a golden cup in her hand full of
19 2 and hath avenged the blood . . at her hand
20. i angel, .having, .a great chain in his hand
20. 4 neither . . received (his) mark . . in their ha.
HAND, at
l.A ear, ahjj qarob.
Deut 3 2. 35 for the day of their calamity (is) at hand
Isa. 13. 6 for the day of the LORD (is) at hand ; it
Jer. 23. 23 (Am) I a God at hand, saith the LORD
Joel. 1. 15 for the day of the LORD (is) at hand, and
Zeph. i. 7 for the day of the LORH (is) at hand : for
2. Nigh, tyyvs eQgus.
Matt 26. 18 The Master saith, My time is at hand ; I
John 2. 13 the Jews passover was at hand ; and Je.
7. 2 the Jews feast of tabernacles was at hand
Phil. 4 . 5 known unto all men. TheJLord (is) at h.
Rev. i. 3 keep those things . . for the time (is) at h.
22. 10 he saith unto me. .the time is at hand
HAND, to be at hand
I. To be riear, yv$ qarab.
Gen. 27. 41 The days of mourning, .are at hand ; then
Deut 15. 9 saying, .the year of release, is at hand
Eze. 12. 23 The days are at hand, and the effect of
2. To be or come near, 3~\$ qarab, 3.
Eze. 36. 8 people of Israel ; for they are at hand to
3. To be ur covie nigh, tyylfa etfgizo.
Matt. 3. 2 Repent . . the kingdom of heaven is at hand
4. 17 Repent, .thekingdomof heaven is at hand
10. 7 saying, The kingdom of heaven is at hand
26. 45 behold, the hour is at hand, and the Son
26. 46 behold, he is at hand that doth betray me
Mark i. 15 the kingdom of God is at hand : repent
14. 42 go ; lo, he that betrayeth me is at hand
Rom 13. 12 The night is far spent, the day is at hand
1 Pe. 4. 7 But the end of all things is at band : be
4. To place in, or upon, lv(<m\\ji\. enistemi.
2 Th. 2. 2 as that the day of Christ is at h*md
5. To place or set over, i<piffTr)/j.i ephistemi.
2 Ti. 4. 6 and the time of my departure te at hand
HAND, (gome) to lead by the
I. To lead by the hand, x<pa7wy< cheirayogeo.
Acts 9. 8 they led him by the hand, and brought
22. 1 1 being led by the hand of them that were
2. One who leads by the hand, xfipaya>y6s cheirag.
Acts 13. ii seeking some to lead him by the hand
HAND, out of
To kill, rin harag.
Numn. 15 kill me, I pray thee, out of hanC, if I have
HAND, to take in
To put hand mi, undertake, lirixttpfto epicheired.
Luke i. i many have taken in hand to set forth in
EIAND, with one s own
With one s own hand, avrdxcp autocheir.
Acts 27. 19 cast out with our own hands the tackling
HAND BREADTH, hand broad
\.Hand bread ,ti, rtja tej)hach.
1 Ki. 7. 26 it (was) an hand breadth thick, and the
2 Ch 4. 5 the thickness of it (was) an hand breadth
Psa. 39. 5 thou hast made my days (as) an hand br.
2.Hand breadth, njfa tophach.
Exod25. 25 a border of an hand breadth round about
37. 12 a border of an handbreath round about
Eze. 40. 5 reed of six cubits . . and an hand breadth
40. 43 within (were) hooks, an hand broad, fast.
43. 13 The cubit (is) a cubit and an hand breadth
KANDED, broken, left. See BROKEN and LEFT.
HANDFUL
..Sheaf, -\*sy amir.
Jer. 9. 22 as the handful after the harvest man, and
2. Handful, expansion, superabundance, n^Bpissah.
Psa. 72. 16 There shall be an handful of corn in the
\.Handful, closed hand, j pp qomets.
Gen. 41. 47 the earth brought forth by handfuls
Lev. 6. 15 he shall take of it his handful, of the
i. Handful, hollow of the hand, htft? shoal.
i Ki. 20. 10 if. .dust of Samaria, .suffice for handfuls
Eze. 13. 19 handfuls of barley and. .pieces of bread
5. Fulness of the twojists, O ;rri *>ip [melo].
Exod. 9. 8 Take . . handfuls of ashes of the furnace
i. Fulness of the palm of the hand, ]3 N^D melo kaph.
Eccl. 4. 6 Better (is) an handful (with) quietness
i Ki. 17. 12 but an handful of meal in a barrel, and a
.Fulness of the closed hand, fc p ttSo melo qomets.
Lev. 2. 2 take thereout his handful of the flour
5. 12 and the priest shall take his handful of
HANDFTJX, to take an
. To take a handful, fSj? qamats.
Num. 5. 26 the "priest shall take an handful of the
.Fill (his) hand, is? xte [male, 3] ; Lev. 9. 17.
HANDFULS -
Heaps, C rgx tsebathim.
Ruth 2. 16 let fall., (some) of the handfuls of purpose
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HANDKERCHIEFS
Napkin, handkerchief, <rovSdpiov soudarian. (Lat.}
Acts 19. 12 brought unto the sick handkerchiefs or
HANDLE
Handle, ]3 kaph.
Song 5. 5 dropped . . myrrh, upon the handles of the
HANDLE, to [See SHAMEFULLY.]
1. To lay hold, mx achaz.
2 Ch.25. 5 that could handle spear and shield
2. To feel, touch, CND mush, 5.
Psans. 7 They have hands, but they handle not
3. To draw out, ?!!?!? mashak.
Judg 5. 14 they that handle the pen of the writer
4. To set in array, T3V arak.
i Ch. 12. 8 that could handle shield and buckler
5. To handle, bsn taphas.
Gen. 4. 21 of all such as handle the harp and organ
Jer. 2. 8 they that handle the law knew me not
46. 9 Libyans.that handle . . Lydians.that handl.
50. 16 Cut off. .him that handleth the sickle in
Eze. 27. 29 And all that handle the oar, the mariners
38. 4 great company . . all of them handling sw.
Amos 2. 15 Neither shall he stand that handleth the
Q.To touch, Biyydixe thiygano.
Col. 2. 21 Touch not ; taste not ; handle not
7. To feel, grope, handle, \J/7jA.a(J>da> pselaphaS.
Luke2j. 39 handle me. .for a spirit hath not flesh
1 Jo. i. i our hands have handled, of the word
HANDLE deceitfully, to
To UK deceit, 5o\Aci> doloo.
2 Co. 4. 2 nor handling the word of God deceitfully
HANDLED, to be
To catch or handle with the palm, 1?3 ?5J? [taphas].
Eze. 21. ii to be furbished, that it may be liandled
HANDMAID
1 . Handmaid, rCN amah.
Exod23. 12 the son of thy handmaid and the stranger
Judg 19. 19 also for me, and for thy handmaid, and
Ruth 3. 9 she answered, I (am) Ruth thine handm.
3. 9 spread . .thy skirt over thine handmaid
1 Sa/ i. ii look on the affliction of thine handmaid
i. ii remember, .and not forget thine haudm.
i. ii wilt give unto thine handmaid a man ch.
i. 16 Count not thine handmaid for a daughter
25. 24 let thine handmaid, I pray thee, speak
25. 24 and hear the words of thine handmaid
25. 25 I thin handmaid saw not the young men
25. 28 forgive the trespass of.thine handmaid
2?. 31 dealt well, .then remember thine handm.
25. 41 Behold, (let) thine handmaid (be) a serv.
2 Sa 6. 20 eyes of the nandmaids of his servants, as
14. 15 will perform the Bequest o* his handmaid
14. 16 to deliver his handmaid out of the hand
20. 17 Hear the words of thine handmaid. And
i Ki. i. 13 Didst not thou . . swear unto thine hand.
i. 17 My lord, thouswarest . . unto thine hand.
3. 20 she arose . . while thine handmaid slept
Psa. 86. 16 turn . . and save the son of thine handm.
1 1 6. 1 6 truly I (am) . . the son of thine handmaid
2. Maid servant, nn??> shijihchah.
Gen. 16. i and she had an handmaid, an Egyptian
25. 12 Hagar the Egyptian, Sarah s handmaid
29. 24 gave . . Zilpah his maid (for) an handmaid
29. 29 gave . . Bilhah his handmaid to be her
30. 4 she gave him Bilhah her handmaid to
33. i divided the children . . unto the two hand.
33. 2 he put the handmaids and their children
35. 25 And the sons of Bilhah, Rachel s handm.
35. 26 And the sons of Zilpah, Leah s handmaid
Ruth 2. 13 has spoken friendly unto thine handm.
1 Sa. i. 18 Let thine handmaid find grace in thy
25. 27 which thine handmaid hath brought unto
28. 21 thine handmaid hath obeyed thy voice
28. 22 also unto the voice of thine handmaid
2 Sa. 14. 6 thy handmaid had two sons, and they
T4. 7 family is risen against thine handmaid
14. 12 Let thine handmaid . . speak (one) word
14. 15 thy handmaid said, I will now speak unto
14. 17 Then thine handmaid said, The word of
14. 19 put . . words in the mouth of thine hand.
2 Ki. 4. 2 Thine handmaid hath not any thing in
4. 16 Nay. . do not lie unto thine handmaid
Prov 30. 23 an handmaid that is heir to her mistress
Isa. 14. 2 possess them . . for servants and handm.
Jer. 34. ii caused the servants and the handmaids
34. ii, 16 brought them into subjection . . for h.
34. 16 every man his handmaid, whom he had
Joel 2. 29 upon the servants and . . the handmaids
3. Female slave or servant, SOI/A.T) doule.
Luke 1. 38 Behold the handmaid of the Lord ; be it
HAND MAIDEN
l.Maid servant, nil?? shiphchah.
Gen. 33. 6 Then the handmaidens came near, they
Ruth 2. 13 not like unto one of thine handmaidens
%. Female slave or servant, SOU\TJ doule.
Luke i. 48 regarded the low estate of his handmaiden
Acts 2. 18 on my handmaidens I will pour out in
HANDS on, to lay
\,To exercise power, Kpareu krateo.
MattiS. 28 he laid hands on him. and took (him) by
si. 46 when they sought to lay hands on him
2. To holdfast, seize, iridfa piazo.
John 8. 20 no man laid hands on him; for his hour
HANDS, made by or with
Made by hands, xei^oTroiTjros chelropoietos.
Marki4- 58 this temple that is made with hands
Acts 7. 48 dwelleth not in temples mac1 with hands
17. 24 dwellethno in temple made with hands
Eph. 2. ii Circumcision in the flesh made by hands
Heb. 9. ii perfect tabernacle, not mpde with hands
9. 24 into the ho , places made with hands
HANDS, not made with (or without)
Not inade by hands, axtipoirolyro- acheiropoietos.
Marki4. 58 I will build another made without hands
2 Co. 5. i an house not made with hands, eternal in
Col. 2. 1 1 with the circumcision made without hands
HANDS, (both)
Both hands, c?jEn chophnayim.
Lev 16. 12 hands full of sweet incense beaten small
Eccl. 4. 6 than both the hands full (with) travail
Eze. 10. 2 fill thine hand with coals of fire from
10. 7 into the hands of (him that was) clothed
HAND STAFF
A staff of the hand, T ^ maqqel yad.
Eze 39. 9 set on fire and burn . . the hand staves, and
HAND WRITING
Writter. by the, hand, x^ poypa^ov cheirographcn.
Col. 2. n Blotting out the handwriting of ordinances
HANDY WORK
Work of the hands, DH; nb^a maaseh yadayim.
Psa. 19. i and the firmament showeth his handywork
HA -NES. o:n Mercury.
A place in Egypt. It is improbable that it was the
Heracleopolis Magna in the Heptanomis ; but most
likely it was identical with Tahpanes. Daphne, a
fortified town on the eastern frontier of Egypt.
Isa. 30. 4 at Zoan, and his ambassadors came to H.
HANG, to
1. To hang up, disjoint, S?p; yaqa, 5.
2 Sa. 21. 9 hanged them in the hill before the LORD
2. To give, put, ]nj nathan.
Exod26. 32 shalt hang it upon four pillars of shittim
3. To spread out, rno sarach.
Exod26. 12 the half curtain . .shall hang over the
26. 13 it shall hang over the sides of the taber.
i.Tohang up, xbn tala.
2 Sa. 21. 12 where the Philistines had hanged them
5. To hang up, n^n talah.
Gen. 40. 19 Pharaoh . . shall hang thee on a tree ; and
40. 22 But he hanged the chief baker : as Joseph
41. 13 so it was; me he restored .. him he hanged
Deut2i. 22 put to death, and thou hang him on a
Josh. 8. 29 the king of Ai he hanged on a tree until
10. 26 slew them, and hanged them on five trees
2 Sa. 4. 12 hanged (them) up over the pool in Hebron
21. 12 where the Philistines had hanged them
Esth. 6. 4 tospeas unto the king to hang Mordecai
7. 9 Then the king said, Hang him thereon
7. 10 So they hanged Haman on the gallows
8. 7 him they have hanged upon the gallows
9. 14 and they hanged Haman s ten sons
Job 26. 7 He. .hangeth the earth upon nothing
Psa. 137. 2 We hanged our harps upon the willows
Song 4. 4 whereon there hang a thousand bucklers
Isa. 22. 24 they shall hang upon him all the glory
Eze. 15. 3 a pin of it to hang any vessel thereon?
6. To hang up, nSi talah, 3.
Eze. 27. 10 they hanged the shield and helmet in the
27. ii they hanged their shields upon thy walls
7. To hang i/p or on, KptjiJarwvpi, Kpffj.dw.
MattiS. 6 a millstone were hanged about his neck
22. 40 On these two commandments hang all
Luke23- 39 one of the malefactorswhich were hanged
Acts 5. 30 Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree
10. 39 whom they slew and hanged on a tree
28. 4 sawthe(venomous)beasthangonhishand
Gal. 3. 13 Cursed (is) every one that hangeth on a
HANG down to
1. To cause to go doum, let down, TV yarad, 5.
Lam. 2. 10 the virgins . . hang down their heads to
2. To let down beside, Trapltj/jn pariemi.
Heb. 12. 12 lift up the hands which hang down, and
HANG in doubt, to
To hang up, xS? tala.
Deut 28. 66 thy life shall hang in doubt before thee
HANG self, to
1 . To strangle self, pjn chanaq, 1.
2 Sa. 17. 23 Ahithophel . . hanged himself and died
2. To strangle self, airdyxo/j.ai apagchomai.
Matt 27. 5 departed, and went and hanged himself
HANG up, to
1. To hang up, disjoint, yp; yaqa, 5.
Nuni25. 4 Take all the heads . . and hang them up
2 Sa. 21. 6 we will hang them up unto the LORD in
2.To give, |rt) nathan.
Exod26. 33 And thou shalt hang up the veil under
40. 8 and hang up the hanging at the court
HANGED (up), to be
1. To be hanged or disjointed, yp; yaqa, 6.
2 Sa. 21. 13 the bones of them that were hanged
2. To hang up, n1
?)? talah.
Deut 21. 23 for he that is hanged (is) accursed of God
2 Sa. 1 8. 10 Behold, I saw Absalom hanged in an oak
Esth. 5. 14 that Mordeeai may be hanged thereon
9. 3 and let Haman s ten sons be hanged upon
9. 25 that he and his sons should be hanged
3. To be hanged up, rf?$ talah, 2.
Esth. 2. 23 therefore they were both hanged on a
Lam. 5. 12 Princes are hanged up by their hand
4. To smite, hang up, xnp mecha, 2.
Ezra 6. ii being set up, let him be hanged thereon
HANGED about, to be
To lie around, ireptKci/uai perikeimai.
Mark 9. 42 a millstone were hanged about hi neck
Lukei?. 2 a millstone were hanged about his neck
HANGING
\.Houses, Q R [apparently an error].
2 Ki. 23. 7 the women wove hangings for the grove
2.A hanging, 390 masak.
Exod26. 36 thou shalt make an hanging for the door
26. 37 thou shalt make for the hanging five piL
27. 16 an hanging of twenty cubits, (of) blue
35. 15 the hanging for the door at the entering
35. 17 and the hanging for the door of the court
36. 37 an hanging for the tabernacle door (of)
38. 1 8 the hanging fur the gate of fhe court (was)
39. 38 and the hanging for the tabernacle door
39. 40 and the hanging for the court gate, his
40. 5 the hanging of the door t the tabernacle
40. 8 and hang up the hanging at the court
40. 28 he set up the hanging (at) the door of the
40. 33 set up the hanging of the court gate. So
Num. 3. 25 the hanging for the door of the tabernacle
3. 31 the hanging, and all the service thereof
4. 25 the hanging for the door of the tataernac.
4. 26 the hanging for the door of the gate of
3. Hangings, D^PJB qelaim.
Exod27. 9 hangings for the court (of) fine twined
27. ii (be) hangings of an hundred (cubits) long
27. 12 (shall be) hangings of fifty cubits
27. 14 hangings of one side (of the gate shall)
27. 15 the other side (shall be) hangings fifteen
35. 17 The hangings of the court, his pillars
38. 9 hangings of the court (were of) fine twined
38. 12 west side (were) hangings of fifty cubits
38. 14 The hangings of the one side (of the gate)
38. 15 that hand, (were) hangings of fifteen cub
38. 16 the hangings of the court round about
38. 1 8 answerable to the hangings of the court
39. 40 The han ngs of the court, his pillars
Num. 3. 26 the hangings of the court, and the cur.
4. 26 And the hangings of the court, and the h.
4. To hang, n^n talah.
Josh. 10. 26 they were hanging upon the trees until
HAN -NAH, njn grace.
One of Elkanah s two wives, and mother of Samuel the
prophet, while she also herself was a prophetess, as is
proved by the prophecy contained in her hymn of
thanksgiving for the birth of her son. It is in the high
est order of prophetic poetry. It contains the first de
signation of the "Messiah," under that name. B.C.
1171.
i Sa. i. 2 two wives ; the name of the one (was) II.
i. 2Penninahhad children, but H. hadnochil.
i. 5 But unto H. he gave a worthy portion
i. 5 for he loved H. : but the Lord had shut
i. 8 H., why weepest thou? and why eatcst
i. 9 H. rose up after they had eaten in Shiloh
i. 13 H., she spake in her heart ; only her lips
i. 15 H. answered and said, No, my lord; I(am)
i. 19 Elkanah knew H. his wife ; and the Ixyd
i. 20 the time was come about after H. had
1. 22 H. went not up ; for she said unto her h
2. i Ii. prayed, and said, My heart . . in the L.
2. 21 the Lord visited H, so that she conceived
HAN-NA -THON, jinjn dedicated to grace.
A city of Zcbulun at a point apparently on the northern
boundary, now called Hannah.
Josh. 19. 14 compasseth it on the north side to H.
HAN-NI -EL. HANIEL, ^X JO Ood is gracious.
1. A son of Ephod who, as prince of Manasseh, assisted
in the division of the land. In the Hebrew text his
name is identical with that of Hauiel (No 2). B.C. 1452.
Num. 34. 23forthe tribe. . of Manasseh, H the son of
2. A son of Ulla, a prince and hero of Asher.
i Ch. 7. 39 the sons of Ola ; Arah, aud H., and Re.
KA -NOCH. HE -NOCH, ipjn dedicated.
1. The third of the children of Midian aud a grandson
of Abraham by Kcturah. In the parallel-list in i Ch. i.
33, the name is Henoch (as above). B.c. 1800.
Gen. 25. 4 And the sons of Midian ; Ephah . . and H.
i Ch. i. 33 And the sons of Midian ; Ephah . . and H.
2. The eldest son of Reuben, and founder of the family
of the Hanochites. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 9 sons of Reuben ; H., and Phallu. and H.
Exod 6. 14 The sons of Reuben . . El., arid Pallu, Hez.
Num 26. 5 the children of Reuben ; H.. . the family
i Ch. 5. 3 The sons . . of Reuben . . H. , and Pallu, He
HANOCHITBS 451 HARDEN
3. The son of .Tared, a descendant of Seth, is once thus
named. In Genesis his name is given Enoch. B.C.
3382-3017.
1 Ch. i. 3 II., Methuselah, Lamech
HA-NO-CHITES, ?Jn belonging to Chanok.
A family whose founder was Hanoch, the eldest son of
Reuben. B.C. 1700.
Num 26. 5 Hanoch. .the family of the H. : of Pallu
HA -NTTN, p:n gracious.
1. Son of Nahash, king of Amman, who dishonoured the
ambassadors of David and involved the Ammonites in
a disastrous war. B.C. 1037.
2 Sa. io. i died, and H. his son reigned in his stead
10. 2 said David, I will show kindness unto H.
io. 3 the princes of. . Ammou said unto H. their
io. 4 Wherefore H. tool: David s servants, and
i Ch.ig. 2 David said, I will show kindness unto H.
19. 2 servautsof David came, .to H., tocomfort
19. 3 princes of. .Ammon said to H.,Thinkest
19. 4 Wherefore H. took David s servants, and
19. 6 H. . .sent a thousand talents of silver to
2. A son of Zalaph who assisted in the repair of the wall
of Jerusalem on the E. side. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 30 H. the sixth son of Zalaph, another piece
3. A man, who, with the people of Zanoah, repaired the
ravine gate in the wall of Jerusalem. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 13 The valley gate repaired H., and the in.
HAP
Chance, event, JTipD miqreh.
Kuth 2. 3 her hap was to light on a part of the
HAPH-RA -IM, D"i?n double (two) pells, or two pits.
A city of Issachar next to Shunem. About six miles
N.E. of Lejjun and two miles W. of Sola)n(ih<3 ancient
Shunem) stands the village of el-Afuleh, which may be
the representative of Chapharaim, the Arabic Ain hav
ing been substituted for the Hebrew Cheth.
Josh 19. 19 And H., and Shihou, and Anaharath
HAPLY (if)
1. If, that, wS, & lu.
1 Sa. 14. 30 if haply the people had eaten freely
2. // then, el &pa ei ara.
Markn. 13 if haply he might find any thing thereon
3. If then, ft &payf ei arage.
Acts 17. 27 if haply they might feel after him, and
HAPLY, lest
\.Lest ever, at any time, /urJTrore mepote.
Lukei4- 29 Lest haply, after he. .laid the foundation
Acts 5. 39 lest haply ye be found even to fight
2. Lest by any way or means, ^TTCOS mepos.
2 Co. 9. 4 Lest haply if they of Macedonia come
HAPPEN, to
1.7*0 meet, happen, befall, njx anah, 4.
Prov 12. 21 There shall no evil happen to the just
2.7*0 be, n;rr hayah.
1 Sa. 6. 9 it (was) a chance (that) happened to us
3. To come to, touch, y;j naga, 5.
Keel. 8. 14, 14 it happeneth according to the work of
4. To meet, happen, K~\$ qara.
Jer. 44. 23 this evil is happened unto you, as at this
5. To meet, happen, rnf; qarah, 2.
2 Sa. i. 6 I happened by chance upon mount Gilboa
G.To become, begin to be, yivo/j.a.t ginomai.
Rom ii. 25 blindness in part is happened to Israel
7. To go or come up together, ffvpftaivw sumbaino.
Markio. 32 tell, .what things should happen unto him
Luke24_ 14 of all these things which had happened
Acts 3. io at that which had happened unto him
i Co. io. ii things happened unto them for ensamples
1 Pe. 4. 12 some strange thing happened unto you
2 Pe. 2. 22 it is happened unto them according to
HAPPEN to be, to
To meet, happen, come, try} qara, 2.
2 Sa. 20. i there happened to be there a man of Be.
HAPPEN (to or unto), to
To meet happen, come, .TJJJ qarah.
i Sa.28. io punishment happen to thee for this thing
Esth. 4. 7 told him. .all that had happened unto him
JEccl. 2. 14 also that one event happeneth to them
2. 15 it happeneth even to m ; and why was I
9. ii bui time and chance happeneth to them
Isa. 41. 22 and show us what shall happen : let them
HAPPENETH
Chance, event, "HP
1
? miqreh.
Eccl. 2. 15 As it happeneth to the fool, so it
HAPPY, HAPPIER
I. To be happy, nzJK ashar, 4.
Prov. 3. 18 and happy (is every one) that retaineth
^.Happiness, T^N osher.
Gen. 30. 13 Happy am I, for the daughters will call
3. Happinesses of, ~itpN ashere.
Deut 33. 29 Happy (art) thou, O Israel : who (is) like
1 Ki. io. 8 Happy (are) thy men, happy (are) these
2 Ch. 9 7 Happy (are) thy men . . happy (are) these
Job 5. 17 happy (is) the man whom God correcteth
Psa. 127. 5 Happy (is) the man that hath his quiver
Psa. 128. 2 happy (shalt) thou (be), and (It shall be)
137. 8 happy (shall he be) that rewardeth thee
137. o Happy (shall he be) that taketh and das.
H>. 15 Happy (is) that) people that is in such a
344 15 happy (is that) people whose God (is) the
146. 5 Happy (is he) that (hath) the God of Jacob
frov. 3. 13 Happy (is) the man (that)flndeth wisdom
14. 21 that hath mercy on the poor, happy (is) he
16. 20 whoso trusteth in the LORD, happy (is) he
28. 14 Happy (is) the man that feareth alway
29. 18 but he that keepeth the law, happy (is)he
i.Ifappy, /j.aitdpios makarios.
John 13. 17 these things, happy are ye if ye do them
Acts 26. 2 I think myself happy, king Agrippa, bee.
Rom 14. 22 Happy (is) he that condenmeth not him.
i Co. 7. 40 she is happier if she so abide, after rny
i Pe. 3. 14 suffer for righteousness sake, happy (are
4. 14 If ye be reproached, .happy (are ye)
HAPPY, to be
To be at rest, safe, "hy, n^p shalah, shalav.
Jer. 12. i (wherefore) are all they happy that deal
HAPPY, to call or count
1. To declare happy, n^x ashar, 3.
Mai. 3. 15 we call the proud happy ; yea, they that
2. To declare happy, paKapifa makarizo.
Jas. 5. ii Behold, we count them happy which
HA -RA, N-irr hill country.
A place utterly unknown unless it is identified with
Haran or Charran, the city of Mesopotamia to which
Abraham came from Ur. Haran was known to the
ancients as Carrhae. Hence we may conclude that a
portion of the Israelites carried off by Pul and Tiglathpileser
were settled in Harran on the Belik, while the
greater number were conveyed to Chabora.
i Ch. 5. 26 H., and to the river Gozan, unto this day
HA-RA -DAH, nriri terror.
A desert station, the twentieth encampment of the
Israelites in the wilderness, and the ninth from Sinai.
Its position is still unknown.
. 24 from mount Shapher, and encamped in H.
33. 25 they removed from H. , and pitched in M.
HA -RAN, n?> Hn strong, enlightened.
1. The third son of Terah, Abraham s father, and hence
the youngest brother of Abram. He had three children ,
Lot, and two daughters, viz., Milcah who married her
uncle Nahor, and Iscah of whom we have the name
only, though by Josephus and others she is held to be
identical with Sarah. B.C. 1990
Gen. ii. 26 Terah lived seventy years, and begat. .H.
ii. 27 Terah begat Ab., Nahor, and H.; and H.
ii. 28 H. died before his father Terah in the
ii. 29 Nahor s wife, Milcah, the daughter of H.
ii. 31 Lot the son of H. his son s son, and Sarai
2. A Gershonite Levite in David s time, and one of the
family of Shimei. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.23. 9 sons of Shimei ; Shelomith . . and H., three
3. Charan. A son of Caleb the spy, by his concubine,
Ephah; he had a son named Oazez. B.C. 1500.
1 Ch. 2. 46 bare H., and Moza, and Gazez : and H.
4. Charan. The place to which Abram with his family
migrated from Ur, and where the descendants of his
brother Nahor established themselves. Hence Haran
(i.e., Charan) is called " the city of Nahor." It was in
Padan-aram, which is the cultivated district at the foot
of the hills, a beautiful district which lies between the
Khabour and the Euphrates. (See Padan-aram). About
midway in the district is a town still called Haran,
which seems to have held its name through all changes,
and is the Haran or Charran of Scripture. Till a recent
date the people of Harran retained the Chaldean
language, and the worship of the Chaldean deities.
Harran is upon the Belik (the ancient Bilichus), a
small affluent of the Euphrates, and which falls into it
at nearly 39 E. longitude. It was famous among the
Romans as being near the scene of the defeat of Crassus.
In the N.T. the name is given as Charran.
Gen. ii. 31 and they came unto H., and c wclt there
11. 32 and Terah died in H.
12. 4 five years old when he departed out of H.
12. 5 and the souls that they had gotten in H.
27. 43 arise, flee thou to Laban my brother to H.
28. io Jacob went. .fromBeer-sheba. .toward H.
29. 4 whence (be) ye? And they said, Of H. (are)
2 Ki. 19. 12 Gozan, and H., and Rezeph, and the ch.
Isa. 37. 12 Gozan, and H., and Rezeph, and the ch.
Eze. 27. 23 H., and Canneh, and Eden, the merchant.
These passages may not all refer to the same place.
HA-RA-RITE, n-irr, TJgrr, Tin? mountaineer.
Thought to denote a native of the hill-country of Judah
or Ephraim. B. . 1048.
2 Sa. 23. i after him . . Shammah . . son of Agee the H.
23. 33 Shammah the H. . . son of Sharar the H.
i Ch. ii. 34 Jonathan the son o Shage the H.
Ahiam the son of Sacar the H., Eliph.
Third of the seven eunuchs or chamberlains that served
Ahasuerus (Xerxes), king of Persia. B.C. 510.
Esth. i. io On the seventh day. .he commanded .. H.
7. 9 H., one of the chamberlains, said before
HARD
1. Strong, ]riN, jrrN ethan.
Prov 13. 15 but the way of transgressors (is) hard
2. Weighty, heavy, 139 kabed.
Eze. 3. 5, 6 strange speech and of an hard language
3. To be wonderful, t<h$ pala, 2.
2 Sa. 13. 2 Amnon thought it hard for him to do an>
4. Sharp, hard, n^p qasheh.
Exod. i. 14 made then- lives bitter with hard bondage
18. 26 the hard causes they brought unto Moses
Deut26 6 afflicted . . and laid upon us hard bondage
2 Sa. 3. 39 the sons of Zeruiah (be) too hard for me
Isa. 14. 3 from the hard bondage wherein thou wast
5.Hard to please, 5iWoA.os duskolos.
Markio. 24 how hard is it for them that trust in
Q.Dried up, sti/, <r/cAr?poy skleros.
Matt2s. 24 I knew thee that thou art an hard man
John 6. 60 This is an hard saying ; who can hear it?
Acts 9. 5 [hard for thee to kick against the pricks]
26. 14 hard for thee to kick against the pricks
Jude 15 their hard (speeches) which ungodly sin.
[See also Follow, go, lie, pursue.]
HARD, to be
1. To be firm, p$: yatsaq.
Job 41. 24 hard as a piece of the nether (millstone)
2.7*0 be sharp or hard, ny$ qashah.
Deut. i. 17 the cause that is too nard for you, bring
HARD, to arise... too
To be wonderful, vbs pala, 2.
Deut 17. 8 arise a matter too hard for thee in judg.
HARD by
I. Near, *?xx etsel.
1 Ki. 21. i hard by the palace of Ahab king of San..
2.0ver against, nsj? ummah.
Lev. 3. 9 shall lie take off hard by the back bone
HARD hearted
Hard or sharp of heart, 31
? nz>p [qasheh}.
Eze. 3. 7 all . . Israel (are) impudent and hard hear.
HARD (labour), to have or be in
1. 7*o hare it hard (in bearing), mp$ qashah, 3.
Gen. 35. 16 Rachel travailed, and she had hard lab.
2.7*0 have it hard (in bearing), r\Vd qashah, 5.
Gen. 35. 17 when she was in hard labour, that the
HARD to be understood or uttered
Hard to be understood, Suo-voriros dusnoetos.
2 Pe. 3. 16 uonie tilings hard to be under. Heb. 5. n
HARD question
Acute saying, hidden thing, rrvn chidah.
i Ki. io. i she cameto prove him withhardquestions
2 Ch. 9. i came to prove Solomon with hard quest.
HARD, to seem
7*o be sharp or hard, nr^ qashah.
Deut 15. 18 It shall not seem hard unto thee when
HARD sentences
Acute saying, hidden thing, JVITK achidan.
Dan. 5. 12 showing of hard sentences, and dissolving
HARD thing, to (ask) a
7*o make hard (in asking), ny$ qashah, 5.
2 Ki. 2. io Thou hast#sked a hard thing: (neverth.) HARD things
1.Ancient, stiff, pny athaq.
Psa. 94. 4 shall they utter (and) speak hard things ?
2. Sharp, si , rrB jj qasJieh.
Psa. 60. 3 Thou hast showed thy people hard things
HARD, to be too
To be wonderful, yb$ pala, 2.
Gen. 18. 14 Is any thing too hard for the LORD? At the
Jer. 32. 17 (and) there is nothing too hard for thee
32. 27 is there anything too hard for me ?
HARDEN, to
1.7*0 strengthen, harden, "SN amats, 3.
Deut 15. 7 thou shalt not harden thine heart, nor
2 011.36. 13 hardened his heart from turning unto
2.7*0 be or become strong, pin chazaq.
Kxod 7. 13 hardened Pharaoh s heart, that he heark.
3. 7*o strengthen, harden, pin chazaq, 3.
Exod 4. 21 I will harden his heart, that he shall not
9. 12 the LORD hardened the heart of Pharaoh
10. 20, 27 But the LORD hardened Pharaoh s h.
11. io the LORD hardened Pharaoh s heart, so
14. 4 And I will harden Pharaoh s heart, that
14. 8 the LORD hardened the heart of Pharaoh
14. 17 I will harden the hearts of the Egyptians
Josh ii. 20 it was of the LORD to harden their hearts
4.7*0 make heavy, weighty, or hard, 135 kabed, 3.
i Sa. 6. 6 Wherefore then do ye harden your hearts
6. 6 as the Egyptians . . hardened their hearts ?
5.7*o make heavy, hard, 135 kabed, 5.
Exod. 8. 15 he hardened his heart, and hearkened not
8. 32 Pharaoh hardened his heart at this time
9. 34 hardened his heart, he and his servants
io. i I have hardened his heart, and the heart
6. 7*o make strong, hard, impudent, 115; azaz, 5.
Prov 21. 29 A wicked man hardcueth his face : but
7.7*0 make sharp, hard, n^j? qashah, 5.
Exod. 7. 3 \v ill harden Pharaoh s heart, and multiply
Deut. a. v> tiiy God hardened his spirit, and made
HARDEN HARP
2 Ki 17 14 would not hear, but hardened their necks
Nreh g 16 dealt proudly, and hardened their uecks
o 17 but hardened their necks, and in their
o 20 hardened their neck, and would not hear
Job 9 4 who hath hardened (himself) against him
Psa os 8 Harden not your heart, as in tlie prove.
Prov 28, 14 he that hardeneth his heart shall fall into
20 i often reproved, hardeneth (his) neck, shall
Jer 7 26 hardened their neck : they did worse
19. 15 because they have hardened their necks
8. To harden, ny$ qashach, 5.
Isa. 63. 17 (and) hardened oui heart from thy fear ?
9.7*0 make hard or callous, irupow poroo.
Mark 8 17 he saith. .have ye your heart yet harde. ;
Johni2. 40 He hath., hardened their heart; that they
10 To make dry or stiff, <rK\-r)pvvw
skleruno.
Rom 9. 18 Therefore , .whom he will he hardeneth
Heb 3. 8, 15 Harden not your hearts, as in the pro.
4. 7 will hear his voice, harden not your heart
HARDEN self, to
To exalt, tread upon, S? salad, 3.
Job 6. 10 yea, I would harden myself in sorrow : let
HARDENED
Heavy, nn? k<xd.
Exoil. 7. 14 Pharaoh s heart (is) hardened, he refuseth
HARDENED, to be
1. To be or become strong, hard, pin chazaq.
Exod. 7. 22 Pharaoh s heart was hardened, neither
8. IQ and Pharaoh s heart was hardened, and
9 . 35 the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, nei.
2 To be or become heavy, t?? kabed.
Exod. o. 7 the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, and
3. To harden, nyp qashach, 5.
Job 39. 16 She is hardened against her young ones
4 To be or become strong, IP? teqeph.
Dau. 5 20 his mind hardened in pride, he was dep.
5. To make hard or callous, irwpoca poroo.
Mark 6. 52 considered not. .for their heart was har.
Q.To make hard or stiff, OKXiipvvw skleruno.
Acts 19 9 when divers were hardened, and believed
Heb. 3.13 lest any of you be hardened through the
HARDER
Strong, pin chazaq.
Eze. 3. 9 As an adamant harder than flint have I
HARDER, to make
To strengthen, pm chazaq, 3.
Jer. 5. 3 have made their faces harder than a rock
HARDLY
l.Hard to please, 8vffK6\<as duskolos.
Matt IQ 23 rich man shall hardly enter into, .heaven
Markio 23 How hardly shall they that have riches
Luke 1 8. 24 How hardly shall they that have riches
2. With labour, pain or trouble, /j.6yis mogis.
Luke 9. 39 bruising him, hardly departeth from him
3. With toil and fatigue, fi.6\ts molis.
Acts 27 . 8 hardly passing it, came unto a place which
HARDLY bestead
To be or become, hardened or sharpened,^?!} qashah, 2.
Isa 8. 21 pass through it hardly bestead and hung.
HARDLY, would
To harden, sharpen, .Tj i? qashah, 5.
Exod. 1 3. 15 when Pharaoh would hardly let us go
HARDNESS
l.Straitness, hardness, pya mntsaq.
Job 38. 38 When the dust groweth into hardness
I.IIardness, caUousness,*triap<acris porosis.
Mark 3. 5 grieved ior the hardness of their hearts
S.Dryness, hardness, irK\-r]p6rr}s sklerotes.
Rom. 2. 5 after thy hardness and impenitent heart
HARDNESS of heart
Drt/ncss or stiffness of litart, (rK\r)poKapfiia sklero.
Matt 19. 8 because of the hardness of your hearts
Markio. 5 For the hardness of your heart he wrote
16. 14 with their unbelief and hardness of heart
HARDNESS, to endure
To suffer evil, ttaKoiraQeui kakopatheo.
2 Ti. 2. 3 endure hardness, as a good soldier of J .
HARE
A hare, W\t<
arnebeth.
Lev ii 6 the hare, because he cheweth the cud, but
Deut.i 4. 7 the hare, and the coney : for they chew
HA -REPH, lin early born.
A son of Caleb the son of Hur, and father of Beth-gader.
In Ezra 2. 18. and Ken. 7. 24, Hariph occurs. B.C. 1450.
i Ch. 2. 51 H. the father of Beth-gader.
HA -RETH, rnn thicket.
A piece of forest land in the hill country of Judah.
i Sa. 22. 5 departed, and came into the forest of H.
HAR-HA -IAH, rrrnn, "i;rriri JaJi is protecting.
Father of Uzziel who repaired a part of the wall of
Jerusalem after Nehemiah returned from Shushan.
B.C. 445-
Neh. 3- 8 Next, .him repaired Uzziel the son of H.
HAR -HAS, orpri glitter, splendour.
Grandfather of Shallum, the husband of Huldah the
prophetess, who lived in the time of Josiah, king of
Judah. B.C. 700.
2 Ki.22. 14 Tikvah, the son of H., keeper of the ward.
HAR -HUR, 11 rnn nobility, distinction.
A Nethinim who returned from exile. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 51 children of Hakupha, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 53 children of Hakupha, the children of H.
HA -RIM, c~)n snub-nosed.
1. A priest who had charge of the third division in the
duties of the sanctuary. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.24. 8 The third to H., the fourth to Seorim
Ezra 2. 39 children of H., a thousand and seventeen
10 21 of the sons of H.; Maaseiah, and Elijah
Neh. 3. ii Malchijah the son of H., and Hashub the
This may rather refer to No. 4.
Neh. 7. 42 children of H., a thousand and seventeen
2. A place in Judah or Benjamin, or rather a family of
Bene-hariin which returned from exile.
Ezra 2. 32 children of H. , three hundred and twenty
Neh. 7. 35 children of H., three hundred and twenty
3 One whose descendents took strange wives. B.C.
536-
Ezra 10. 31 the sons of H.; Eliezer, Ishijah, Malchiah
4. One that sealed the covenant with Nehemiah. B.C.
445-
Neh. 10. 5 H., Meremoth, Obadiah
5. A family that sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 27 Malluch, H., Baauah
G. Perhaps the same as No. 4.
Neh. 12. 15 of H., Adna; of Meraioth, Helkai
HA -RLPH, f]-iri, r^-iij early born.
1. A hundred and twelve of the JScne-hariph returned
from the captivity with Zerubbabel. B.C. 537.
Neh. 7. 24 children of H., an hundred and twelve
2. The head of a family of Jews that sealed the covenant
with Nehemiah. B.C. 442. In Ezra (2. 18) this man is
called Jorah. Several MSS. (as well as the Arabic
and Syriac versions) have Jodah.
Neh. 10. 19 H., Anathoth, Nebai
HARLOT
\.To commit fornication, go a whoring, n:j zanah.
Gen. 34. 31 he deal with our sister as with an harlot .
Lev. 21. 14 A widow, .(or) an harlot, these shall he
Josh. 2. i they went, and came into an harlot s ho.
6. 17 only Rahab the harlot shall live, she and
6. 22 Go into the harlot s house, and bring out
6. 25 Joshua saved Rahab the harlot alive, and
Judg.n. i NowJephthah..(was) the son of an harlot
16. i went Samson to Gaza, and saw. .an harlot
i Ki. 3. 16 Then came . . two women (that were) harl.
Prov 7. 10 a woman (with) the attire of an harlot
29. 3 but he that keepeth company with harlots
Isa. i. 21 How is the faithful city become an har. !
23. 15 after the end . . shall Tyre sing as an harlot
23. 16 thou harlot that hast been forgotten
Jer. 5. 7 and assembled, .in the harlots houses
Eze. 16. 31 and hast not been as an harlot, in that
16. 35 Wherefore, O harlot, hear the word of
Joel 3 3 have given a boy for an harlot, and sold
Mic i 7 for she gathered (it) of the hire of an har.
i. 7 they shall return to the hire of an harlot
Nah. 3. 4 whoredoms of the well favoured harlot
2.0ne set apart, nynp qedeshah.
Gen 38.21 Where (is) the harlot?.. There was no har.
38. 22 the men. .said, .there was no harlot in
Hos. 4. 14 for themselves, .sacrifice with harlots
3. One sold, a setter, fornicator, iropvr) pome.
Matt 21. 31 That the publicans and the harlots go
21. ?2 the publicans and the harlots believed
Luke 1 5. 30 hath devoured thy living with harlots
i Co. 6. 15 and make (them) the members of an ha. *
6. 16 he which is joined to an harlot is one bo.
Heb ii. 31 By faith the harlot Rahab perished not
Jas 2 25 was not Rahab the harlot jiistitted by wo.
R.ev. 17. 5 The mother of [harlots] and abominations
HARLOT, to be or play the
To commit fornication, go a whoring, nj? zanah.
Gen. 38. 15 he thought her (to be) an harlot ; because
38. 24 thy daughter in law hath played the liar.
Jer. 2. 20 thou wanderest, playing the harlot
3. i hast played the harlot with many lovers
3. 6 gone up . . and there hath played the har.
3 . 8 but went and played the harlot also
Eze. 16. 15 playedst the harlot because of thy renown
16. 16 and playedst the harlot thereupon
16. 28 thou hast played the harlot with them
16. 41 cause thee to cease from playing the harlot
23. 5 Aholah played the harlot when she was
23. 19 played the harlot in the land of Egypt
23 44 in unto a woman that playeth the harlot
Hos. 2. 5 their mother hath played the harlot ; she
3. 3 thou shalt not play the harlot, and thou
4. 15 Though thou, Israel, play the h.; Am. 7. 17
HARM
1. Evil, JT3 ra.
Gen. 31. 52 thou shalt not pass ever this, .for harm
Num 35. 23 (was) not his enemy, neither sought his h.
Prov. 3. 30 Strive not. .if he have done thee no harm
Jer 39. 12 look well to him, and do him no harm
2.An evil thing, jn i?; dabar ra.
2 Ki. 4. 41 And there was no harm in the pot
3. Anything out of place, &.TOTTOS atopos.
Acts 28. 6 and saw no harm come to him, they cha.
4.ad, Ka.ic6s kakos.
Acts 16. 28 Do thyself no harm ; for we are all here
28. 5 he shook off the beast . .and felt no harm
5. Evil, Trovnp6s poneros.
Acts 28. 21 neither, .showed or spake any harm of
6.Harm, injury, damage, v/Bpis hubris.
Acts 27. 21 and to have gained this harm and loss
HARM, to (do)
I. To do evil, IT. yera.
2 Sa. 20. 6 Sheba. .do us more harm than (did) Abs.
2. To afflict, do evil, JJJTJ raa, 5.
i Sa. 26. 21 I will no more do thee harm, because my
i Ch.i6. 22 Touch not. .and do my prophets no harm
Psa. 105. 15 Touch not. .and do my prophets no harm
3. To treat badly, Ka.K.6w kako<~>.
i Pe. 3. 13 who (is) he that will harm you, if ye be
HARM he hath done
To miss the mark, do lorong, sin, H?n chata.
Lev. 5. 1 6 harm that ha hath done in the holy thing
HARMLESS
l.Abtf bad, harmless, &KCLKOS akakos.
Heb. 7. 26 harmless, undeflled, separate from sinn.
2. Harmless, unmixed, aicfpaios akeraios.
Matt 10. 16 wise as serpents, and harmless as doves
Phil. 2. 15 ye may be blameless and harmless, the s.
HAR-NE -PHER, ngj-in.
A son of Zopher of the tribe of Asher. B.C. 1570.
1 Ch. 7. 36 sons of Zophah ; Suali, and H., and Shual
HARNESS -
I.Armour, p^j, p0 nesheq.
2 Ch. 9. 24 harness, and spices, horses, and mules, a
2. Coat of mail, \",-ry shiryan.
1 Ki.22. 34 smote .. between the joints of the harness
2 Ch.iS. 33 smote., between the joints of the harness
HARNESS, to
To bind, harness, npx asar.
Jer. 46. 4 Harness the horses; and get up, ye horse.
HARNESSED
Armed, girded, CVC~> chamushim.
Exodi3- 18 the children of Israel went up harnessed
HA -ROD, Tin terror, trembling.
The well of Harod was a fountain by which Gideon and
his army encamped before the rout of the Midianites.
It is now the,-lm Jalud; and "the Hill of Moreh" is
the Jabel Duhy. Harod was in Manasseh W. of the
Jordan, in the plain of Jezreel at Gilboa.
Judg. 7. i rose up . . and pitched beside the well of H.
HA-ROD-ITE, "nq belonging to Harod.
Patronymic of two of David s warriorguard, Shammah
and Elika. In i Chron. n. 27 the name is Harorite.
2 Sa. 23. 25 Shammah the H., Elika the H.
HA-RO -EH, riNin the seer.
A son of Shobal, father of Kirjath-jearim, of the tribe
of Judah. B.C. 1450.
i Ch. 2. 52 had sous ; H. . .half of the Manahethites
HA-RO-RITE, 7nn belonging to Haror.
Patronymic of Shammoth, one of David s valiant men.
It is a variation of llarodite.
i Ch.n. 27 Shammoth the H., Ilelez the Pelonite
HA-RO -SHETH, nijhq forest.
" Harosheth of the Gentiles" (so called from the mixed
races that inhabited it), was a city of Galilee in the X.
of the land of Canaan, supposed to have stood on the
W coast of the lake Merom (el-Jluleh) from which the
Jordan issues in an unbroken stream. Harosheth was
the residence of Sisera, captain of Jabin king of Canaan,
whose capital Hazor lay N.W. of it. No trace of the
site has as yet been found.
Judg 4 - Sisera, which dwelt in H. of the Gentiles
4 13 from H. of the Gentiles unto the river of
4. 16 Barakpursued after the chariots, .unto H.
HARP
I. Harp, 113? kinnor.
Gen 4 21 of all such as handle the harp and orpan
-i 27 and with songs, v ith tabret, and with h. .
1 Sa 10. 5 tabret, and a pipe, and a harp, before
16 16 a man, (who is) a cunning player on an h.
16 23 took an harp, and played with his hand
2 Sa 6s harps, and on psaltenes, and on timbrels
i Ki.io. 12 harps also and psalteries for singers
1 Ch.i3- 8 with harps, and with psalteries, and with
15. 16 psalteries and harps and cymbals, sound.
15. 21 with harps on the Sheminith to excel
15 28 making a noise with psalteries and harps
16. 5 Jeiel with psalteries and with harps ; but
25! i who should prophesy with harps, with
25. 3 who prophesied with a harp, to give thanks
25. 6 harps, for the service of the house of God
2 Ch. 5. 12 having cymbals, and psalteries, and harps
Q. 1 1 and harps and psalteries for singers : and
20. 28 to Jerusalem with psalteries and harps
29. 25 with harps, according to the commandm.
Nek 12. 27 (with) cymbals, psalteries, and with harps
HARP
Job 21. 12 They take the timbrel and harp, and
30. 31 My harp also is (turned) to mourning, and
Psa. 33. 2 Praise the LORD with harp : sing unto h.
43. 4 upon the harp will I praise thee, O God
49. 4 I will open my dark saying upon the harp
57. 8 awake, psaltery and harp : I (myself) will
71. 22 unto thee will I sing with the harp, O
81. 2 bring . . the pleasant harp with the psaltery
92. 3 upon the harp with a solemn sound
98. 5 unto thn LORD with the harp ; with the h.
108. 2 Awake, psaltery and harp ; I (myself) will
137. 2 We hanged our harps upon the willows
147. 7 sing praise upon the harp unto our God
M9- 3 praises unto him with . . timbrel and harp
150- 3 praise him with the psaltery and harp
Isa. 5.12 the harp and the viol, the tabret and pipe
1 6. ii bowels shall sound like an harp for Moab
23. 16 Take an harp, go about the city, thou
24. 8 The mirth . . the joy of the harp ceaseth
30. 32 (it) shall be with tabrets and harps : and
Eze. 26. 13 sound of thy harp shall be no more heard
2.Harp, Dinp, Din p qitharos, qathros.
Dan. 3. 5 hear the sound of the cornet, flute, harp
3. 7, 10, 15 cornet, flute, harp, sackbut, psaltery
3. Harp, Kt6dpa kithara.
i Co. 14. 7 giving sound, whether pipe or harp, exc.
Rev. 5. 8 having every one of them harps, and gol.
14. 2 voice of harpers harping witli their harps
15. 2 stand on the sea . .having the harps of God
HARP, to
To use the harp, KiBapifa kitharizij.
1 Co. 14. 7 how shall it be known what is. .harped?
Rev. 14. 2 I heard the voice of harpers harping with
HARPER
One who plays upon a harp or guitar, KiOapySos.
Rev. 14. 2 I heard the voice of harpers harping with
18. 22 the voice of harpers, and musicians, and
HARROW
Pike, pi? charits.
2 Sa. 12. 31 put (them) under saws, and under harrows
i Ch.2o. 3 cut (them) with saws, and with harrows
HARROW, to
To level, harrow, Tiy sadad, 3.
Job 39. 10 or will he harrow the valleys after thee?
HAR -SHA, xshn, artificer.
The children of Harsha were amonur the Nethinim who
returned with Zerubtoabel from exile. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2.52 children of Mehida, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 54 children of Mehida, the children of H.
HART
A hart, ^X ayyal.
Deuti2. 15 as of the roebuck, and as of the hart
12. 22 Even as the roebuck and the hart is eateii
14. 5 The hart, and the roebuck, and the fallow
15. 22 alike, as the roebuck, and as the hart
i Ki. 4. 23 an hundred sheep, beside harts, and roe.
Psa. 42. i As the hart panteth after the water broo.
Song 2. 9 My beloved is like a roe or a young hart
2. 17 be thou like a roe or a young hart upon
8.143 young hart upon the mountains of spices
Isa. 35. 6 Then shall the lame (man) leap as an hart
Lam. i. 6 become like harts (that) find no pasture
HA -RUM, c-irr elevated.
Father of Aharhel a descendant of Coz, from Caleb son
of Hur. B.C. 1430.
i Ch. 4. 8 and the families of Aharhel the son of H.
HA-RTT -MAPH, 1nq.
Neh. 3. 10 next .. them repaired Jedaiah the son of H.
HA-RTJ-PHITE, ?nq [v.L. Tiq].
Shephatiahu, a Korlute who joined David atZiklag. B.C.
1048.
1 Ch.i2. 5 and Shemariah, and Shephatiah the H.
HA -RTTZ, pin industrious.
Father of Meshullemeth, Manasseh s queen, and
mother of Amon king of Judah. B.C. 698.
2 Ki. 21. 19 (was) Meshullemeth, the daughter of H.
HARVEST
l.Reafnng, TSJJ qatsir.
Gen. 8. 22 seed time and harvest, .shall not cease
30. 14 Reuben went in the days of wheat harvest
45. 6 (there shall) neither (be) earing nor har.
Exod23 16 the feast of harvest, the first fruits of thy
34. 21 earing time and in harvest thou shalt
34. 22 of the first fruits of wheat harvest, and
Lev. 19. 9 when ye reap the harvest of your land
19. 9 neither, .gather the gleanings of thy har.
23. 10 and shall reap the harvest thereof, then
23. 10 sheaf of the first fruits of your harvest
23. 22 when ye reap the harvest of your land
23. 22 neither, .gather any gleaning of thy har.
25. 5 groweth of its own accord of thy harvest
Dent24. 19 When thou cuttest down thine harvest
Josh 3. 15 Jordan overfloweth. .all the time of har.
Judg 15. i in the time of wheat harvest, that Samson
Ruth i. 22 came, .in the beginning of barley harvest
2. 21 until they have ended all my harvest
2. 23 end of barley harvest and of wheat harvest
1 Sa. 6. 13 reaping their wheat harvest in the valley
8. 12 and (will set them), .to reap his harvest
12. 17 (Is it) not wheat harvest to day ? I will
2 Sa. 21. 9 were put to death in the days of harvest
21. 9 hi the beginning of barley harvest
453
2 Sa. 21. 10 from the beginning of harvest until water
23. 13 came to David in the harvest time unto
Job 5. 5 Whose harvest the hungry eateth up, and
Prov. 6. 8 (and) gathereth her food in the harvest
10. 5 he that sleepeth in harvest is a son that
20. 4 shall he beg in harvest, and (have) noth.
25. 13 As the cold of snow in the time of harvest
26. i As snow in summer, and as rain in harvest
Isa. 9. 3 they joy., according to the joy in harvest
16. 9 thy summer fruits, and for thy harvest, is
17. ii the harvest (shall be) a heap in the day
18. 4 like a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest
1 8. 5 afore the harvest, when the bud is perfect
23. 3 the harvest of the river, (is) her revenue
Jer. 5. 17 they shall eat up thine harvest, and thy
5. 24 reserveth. .appointed weeks of the harv.
8. 20 The harvest is past, the summer is ended
50. 1 6 handleth the sickle in the time of harvest
51. 33 and the time of her harvest shall come
Hos. 6. 1 1 O Judah, he hath set an harvest for thee
Joel i. ii because the harvest of the field is perish.
3. 13 Put ye in the sickle; for the harvest is
Amos 4. 7 yet three mouths to the harvest : and I
^.Reaping, Qfpur/j.6s tJierismos.
Matt. 9. 37 The harvest truly (is) plenteous, but the
9. 38 Pi-ay ye^tnerefore the Lord of the harvest
9. 38 will send forth labourers into his harvest
13. 30 Let both grow together until the harvest
13. 30 in the time of harvest I will say to the
13. 39 the harvest is the end of the world ; and
Mark 4. 29 in the sickle, because the harvest is come
Lukeio. 2 The harvest truly (is) great, but the lab.
10. 2 pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest
10. 2 would send forth labourers into his harv.
John 4. 35 four months, and (then) cometh harvest ?
4. 35 for they are white already to harvest
Rev. 14. 15 to reap ; for the harvest of the earth is
HARVEST man
I. Heaping, reaper, Tj3 qatsir.
Isa. 17. 5 wlien the harvest man gathereth the corn
2. To reap, shorten, nsi3 qatsar.
Jer. 9. 22 as the handful after the harvest man, and
HA-SAD -IAH, rv-ipn Jah is kind.
A son of /erubbabel and descendant of Jehoiakim, king
of Judah. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 3. 20 Hashubah. .Ohel, and Berechiah, and H.
HA-SE-NTJ -AH, nxJipn the violated.
A Benjamite of one of the chief families. The name is
really Senuah, the definite article being prefixed.
i Ch. 9. 7 Sallu. .the son of Hodaviah, the son of H.
HA-SHAB -IAH, .Trnrq, ^^U Jah is associated.
1. A Merarite Levite, son of Amaziah in the line of
hthan the singer. B.C. 1150.
i Ch. 6. 45 The son of H., the son of Amaziah, the
1. Another Merarite Levite. B.C. 470.
i Ch. 9. 14 Shemaiah .. the son of H.,of thegonsof M.
3. The fourth of the six sons of Jeduthun, who played
the harp in the sanctuary, and had charge of the twelfth
course. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.25, 3 sons of Jeduthun. .Zeri. .H., and Mattith.
4. A descendant of Hebron son of Kohath. B.C. 1015
i Ch.26. 30 of the Hebronites, H. and his brethren
5. A son of Kemuel who was prince of the Levites in the
time of David. B c. 1015.
1 Ch.27. 17 Of the Levites, H. the son of Kemuel: of
6. Another Levite, a chief of his tribe, and assisted king
Josiah at his great passover feast. B.C. 623.
2 Ch.35. 9 Conaniah -jlso, and Shemaiah. .and H.
7. A Merarite Levite who accompanied Ezra from Baby
lon. B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 19 H.,andwithhimJeshaiahofthesonsof M.
8. A chief of the priests of the family of Kohath. B.C.
457-
Ezra 8. 24 of the chief of the priests Sherebiah, H,
9. A ruler of half the environs of Keilah. He repaired
a portion of the wall under Nehemiah. B.C. 457.
Neh. 3. 17 Next unto him repaired H., the ruler of
10. A Levite that sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.
(Perhaps the same man as in Neh. 12. 24).
Neh. 10. TI Micha, Rehob, H.
11. Another Levite, son of Bunni. B.C. 470.
Neh. a. 15 Shemaiah. .the son of II., the son of Bu.
12. Another Levite, son of Mattaniah and an attendant
at the temple. B.C. 457.
Neh. ii. 22 Uzzi. .the son of H., the son of Mattaniah
13. A priest of the family of Hilkiah in the days of Joiakiin
son of Jeshua. B.C. 623.
Neh. 12. 21 Of Hilkiah, H. ; of Jedaiah
14. A chief Levite appointed for thanksgiving after the
return from Babylon [same as No. 12?].
Neh. 12. 24 the chief of the Levites : H., Sherebiah
HA SHAB -NAH, n:rc:
q Jah is a friend. A chief of the people that sealed the covenant with
Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 25 Rehum, H., Maaseiah
HA-SEAB-NT -AH, rvfjrrj Jah is a friend.
1. His son Hattush helped to repair the wall of Jeru
salem. B.C. 480.
Neh. 3. 10 next, .him repaired Hattush the son of H.
HASTE
2. A Levite who officiated at the great fast under BTT
and Nehemiah when the covenant was sealed B c
445-
Neh. 9. s Then the Levites, Jeshua, and. .H., Sh.
HASH-BAD -ANA. nj-JCPj. A man who stood by Ezra on the left while he read tho
law to the people. B.C. 445.
Xeh. 8. 4 on his left hand, Pedaiah. .and H., Zech.
KA -SHEM, C37I shining.
Father of several of David s valiant guard. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n. 34 sons of H. the Gizonite, Jonathan ttie son
HASH-MO -NAH, njbfr, fruitfulness. A station of the Israelites next before Moseroth near
Mount Hor. It was the twenty-fifth in the wilderness
and the fourteenth from Sinai.
Num33. 29 went from Mithcah, and pitched in H.
33. 30 they departed from H., and encamped at
HA -SmiB, HAS -3HtTB, y&r, associate.
1. Father of Shemaiah a descendant of Merari. Tli3 Common Version has omitted the doubling of the letter
V ; the name is identical with that elsewhere correctly
given, Hasshnb. 8.0.480.
i Ch. 9. 14 of the Levites ; Shemaiah the son of H.
IN eh. ii. 15 of the Levites : Shemaiah the son of H.
2. A son of Pahath Moab who helped to repair the wall
of Jerusalem. 8.0.480.
Keh. 3. ii H. the son of Pahath-Moab, repaired the
3. Another who assisted at another part of the walL
B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 23 repaired Benjamin and H. over against
4. A head of a family who sealed the covenant with
Nehemiah.
Neh. 10. 23 Hoshea, Hananiah, H.
HA-SHU -BAH, rcrn association.
A son of Zerubbabel and descendant of Jehoiakim, king
of Judah. B.C. 500.
1 Ch. 3. 20 And H., and Ohel, and Berechiah, and Ha
HA -SHTTM. Dirn shining.
1. His descendants returned with Zerubbabel from
Babylon. B.C. 636.
Ezra 2. 19 children of II., two hundred twenty and
10. 33 Of the sons of II. ; Mattenai, Mattathah
Neh. 7. 22 children of H., three hundred twenty and
1. A priest who stood beside Ezra while he read the law
to the people. B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 4 and on his left hand, Pedaiah. .and H.
3. The head of a family that sealed the covenant with
Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 18 Hodijah, H., Bezai
HAS -RAH, rnpn splendour.
Another form of Harhas (2 Kings 22. 14), which see.
2 Ch. 34. 22 Shallum . . the son of II. , keeper of the ward.
HAS-SE-NA -AH, nxjpri the thorn hedge.
The Bene-has-senaah rebuilt the fish gate when the wall
of Jerusalem was repaired. The name is no doubt
identical with the Senaah of Ezra 2. 35 and Neh. 7. 38,
having the definite article prefixed. It may have some
connection with the cliff Seneh of i Sam. 14. 4.
Neh. 3. 3 the fish gate did the sons of H. build, who
HAST
There is, there are, sr. yesh.
2 Ki. 4. 2 tell me, what hast thou in the house ?
Job 33. 32 If thou hast any thing to say, answer me
Prov 3. 28 Say not . . Go . . when thou hast it by thee
HASTE
I. To make haste, 15? chapJiaz.
2 Ki. 7. 15 the Syrians had cast away in their haste
Psa. 31. 22 For I said in my haste, I am cut off from
116. ii I said in my haste, All men (are) liars
2. Haste, pi^n chippazon.
Exodi2. ii ye shall eat it in haste : it (is) the Lor.p S
Deuti6. 3 thou earnest forth out of. .Egypt in haste
Isa. 52. 12 For ye shall not go out with haste, nor
3. Haste, ffirovSJi spoude.
Mark 6. 25 she came in . . with haste unto the king
Luke i. 39 and went into the hill country with hastd
HASTE, to
I. To hasten, press, px uts.
Exod. 5. 13 And the taskmasters hasted (them) say.
Josh 10. 13 hasted not to go down about a whole day
Provig. 2 he that hasteth with (his) feet sinneth
2. To be troubled, hastened, Sri? bahel, 2.
Prov28. 22 He that hasteth to be rich (hath) an evfl
3.7V> haste, take trouble, Vn? bahel, 5.
Esth. 6. 14 hasted to bring Haman unto the banquet
4. To hasten, press, *]rn dachaph, 2.
2 Ch.26. 20 yea, himself hasted also to go out, beca.
Esth. 6. 12 but Hainan hasted to his house mourning
5. To make haste, t?in chush.
i Sa. 20. 38 Jonathan cried. .Make speed, haste, stay
Job 31. 5 or if my foot hath hasted to deceit
Psa. 22. 19 O my strength, haste thee to help me
Hab. i. 8 shall fly as the eagle (that) hasteth to eat
6. To make haste, e!?n chush, 5.
Judg2o. 37 And the liers in wait hasted, and rushed
HASTE 454 HATE
7. To hasten, ipn chaphaz.
Job 40. 23 he drinketh up a river, (and) hasteth not
8.7*0 dash, hasten, fc?a tus.
Job 9. 26 as the eagle (that) hasteth to the prey
9. To make haste, ins mahar, 3.
Gen. 18. 7 fetched a calf, .and he hasted to dress it
19. 22 Haste thee, escape thither ; for I cannot
24. iS and she hasted, and let down her pitcher
24. 20 And she hasted, and emptied her pitcher
45. 9 Haste ye, and go up to my father, and say
45. 13 ye shall haste and bring down my father
Josh. 4. 10 and the people hasted and passed over
8. 14 that they hasted, and rose up early, and
8. 19 the ambush, .hasted and set the city ou fire
1 Sa. 17. 48 David hasted, and ran toward the army
23. 27 Haste thee, and come ; for the Philistines
25. 23 she hasted, and lighted off the ass, and fell
25. 34 except thou hadst hasted and come to me.
25. 42 And Abigail hasted, and arose, and rode
28. 24 she hasted, and killed it, and took flour
2 Sa. 19. 16 Shimei. .hasted and came down with the
1 Ki. 20. 41 And he hasted, and took the ashes away
2 Ki. 9. 13 they hasted, and took every man his gar.
Prov. 7. 23 as a bird hasteth to the snare, and know.
Jer. 48. 16 neartocome.andhisaftlictiouhastethfast
10.Hasting, ins maher.
Zeph. i. 14 The great day of the LORD, .hasteth gre.
11. To pant, swallow up, *$$ shaaph.
Eccl. i. 5 and hasteth to liis place where he arose
12. To hasten, ffirfvbta speudo.
Acts 20. 1 6 for he hasted, if it were possible for him
HASTE away, to
To be hastened, Tjn chaphaz, 2.
Psa. 48. 5 they were troubled, (and) hasted away
104. 7 at. .voice of thy thunder they hasted aw.
HASTE, to cause to make -
To cause to make has.e, hasten, ins mahar, 3.
Esth. 5. 5 Cause Haman to make haste, that he may
HASTE, in or with
I. Haste, iS ng behilu.
Ezra 4. 23 they went up in haste to Jerusalem unto
2.7*0 be hastened, Sn?. behal, 4.
Dan. 2. 25 brought. . Daniel before the king in haste
3. 24 the king was astonied, and rose . .in haste
6. 19 king. . went in haste unto the den of lions
3. To hasten, ins mahar, 3.
Exodio. 16 Pharaoh called for Moses and Aaron in h.
12. 33 send them out of the land in haste; for
4. To hasten, <rir(v5u speudo.
Luke 2. 1 6 they came with haste, and found Mary and
HASTE, to make
1. To hasten, press, px tits.
Prov28. 20 he that maketh haste to be rich shall not
2. To hasten, ^13 bahel, 3.
2 Ch. 35. 21 for God commanded me to make haste
3. To flee, 015 barach.
Song 8. 14 Make haste, my beloved, and be thou like
4. To make haste, c>in chiish.
Deut 32. 35 the things that shall come, .make haste
Job 20. 2 to answer, and for (this) I make haste
Psa. 38. 22 Make haste to help me, O Lord my salva.
40. 13 deliver. .O LORD, make haste to help me
70. 5 make haste unto me, O God : thou (art)
119. 60 I made haste, and delayed not to keep
141. i LORD, I cry unto thee : make haste unto
5. To make haste, tf?n chush, 5.
Isa. 28. 16 he that believeth shall not make haste
6. To make haste, pin chush [V.L. e;
n].
Psa. 71. 12 O God. .O my God, make haste for my help
7. To hasten, 1517 chaphaz.
2 Sa. 4. 4 came to pass.as she made haste to flee,that
8. To be hastened, Jjn chaphaz, 2.
i Sa. 23. 26 David made haste to get away for fear of
9. To make haste, ins mahar, 3.
Gen. 24. 46 she made haste, and let down her pitcher
43. 30 Joseph made haste ; for his bowels did
Exod34. 8 And Moses made haste, and bowed his h.
Judg. 9. 48 make haste, (and) do as I (have done)
13. 10 And the woman made haste, and ran and
i Sa. 9. 12 make haste, .for he came to day to the
25. 18 Abigail made haste, and took two hund.
Esth. 6. 10 Make haste . .take the apparel and . .horse
Prov i. 16 their feet run to evil, and make haste to
Isa. 49. 17 Thychildren shallmakehatte; thydestro.
59. 7 they make haste to shed innocent blood
Jer. 9. 1 8 let them make haste, and take up a wail.
-Sah. 2. 5 they shall make haste to the wall thereof
lO.To hasten, cnrtvSw speudo.
Luke 19. 5 Zacchonis, make haste, and come down
19. 6 And he made haste, and came down, and
Acts 22. 18 Make haste, and get thee quickly out of
HASTE, to require
To be urgent, j
n: nachats.
i Sa. 21. 8 because the king s business required haste
HASTE unto, to
To haste, urge on, ffirevSw speudo.
2 Pet. 3. 12 hasting unto the coming of the day of G.
HASTEN, to
I. To hasten, pi-ess, \iKuts, 5.
Gen. 19. 15 then the angels hastened Lot, saying, Ar.
Jer. 17. 16 I have not hastened from (being) a pastor
2. To haste, r?n chush.
Eccl. 2. 25 who else can hasten (hereunto), more than
3.7"o make haste, wn chush, 5.
Psa. 55. 8 I would hasten my escape from the windy
Isa. 5.19 Let him make speed, (and) hasten his work
60. 22 I the LORD will hasten it in his time
4.7V) hasten, spe"d, ins mahar.
Psa. 16. 4 (that) hasten (after) another (god) : their
5.7V) make haste, ins mahar, 3.
Gen. 1 8. 6 Abraham hastened into the tent unto S.
1 Ki.22. 9 Hasten (hither) Micaiah the son of Imlah
2 Ch.24. 5 Go out. .and see that ye hasten the matter
24. 5 Howbeit the Levites hastened (it) not
Isa. 51. 14 The captive exile hasteneth that he may
6. To watch, i^; shaqad.
Jer. i. 12 for I will hasten my word to perform it
HASTENED, to be
1.7V) be troubled, hastened, ^nji bahel, 4.
Esth. 8. 14 the posts, .being hastened and pressed
2. To press, ^rn darhaph.
Esth. 3 . 15 being hastened by the king s command.
HASTILY
I. Hastily, speedily, ins maher.
Judg. 2. 23 left, .without driving them out hastily
Prov 25. 8 Go not forth hastily to strive, lest, .what
2. Haste, speed, .Tins meherah.
Judg. 9. 54 he called hastily unto the young man his
3. To make haste, ins mahar, 3.
i Sa. 4. 14 And the man came in hastily, and told E.
i Ki.2o. 33 Xow the men., did hastily catch (it) : and
4. Quickly, shortly, raxf^s tacheos.
John ii. 31 saw Mary, that she rose up hastily and
HASTILY, to bring or be gotten .
1. To be hastened, Sij bahel, 4.
%
Prov 20. 21 An inheritance (may be) gotten hastily at
2. To cause to r\m, pi ruts, 5.
Gen. 41. 14 brought him hastily out of the dungeon
HASTING
Hasty, hasting, Tns mahir.
Isa. 16. 5 seeking judgment, and hasting righteou.
HASTY
1.7*0 hasten, press, px uts.
Prov 21. 5 but of every one (that is) hasty, only to
29. 20 Seest thou a man (that is) hasty in his w.
2. To be urgent, fjsn chatsnph, 5.
Dan. 2. 15 Why (is) the decree (so) hasty from the k.
3.7V) be or become hasty, speedy, inp malier, 2.
Hab. i. 6 Chaldeans, (that) bitter and hasty nation
4. 7*o be wroth, *]$$ qatsaph.
Prov 14. 29 but (he that is) hasty of spirit exalteth fol.
HASTY, to be
I. To be hastened, Vn^ bahal, 2.
Eccl. 8. 3 Be not hasty to go out of his sight : stand
2. To haste, ^n? bahal, 3.
Eccl. 7. 9 Be not hasty in thy spirit to be angry : for
3. 7*0 make haste, ins mahar, 3.
Eccl. 5. 2 and let not thine heart be hasty to utter
HASTY fruit
First fruit, 1133 bikkur.
Isa. 28. 4 the hasty fruit before the summer ; which
HA-SU -PHA, HASH-TJ -FHA, tt^iyri, N? fn, nakedness.
A Xethinim family that returned from exile. In the i
Common Version of Xehemiah 7. 46 the name is
j
inaccurately given as Ilashupha.
Ezra 2. 43 children of H., the children of Tabbaoth
Keh. 7. 46 children of Ziha, the children of H. ,the ch
HAT
Turban, N^nj karbela.
Dan. 3. 21 these men were bound in their, .hats, and
HA -TACH, Tinq. A chamberlain eunuch in the court of Ahasuerus
(Xerxes) in immediate attendance on Esther. B.C. 510.
Esth. 4 . s Then called Esther for H., (one) of the
4. 6 So H. went forth to Mordecai unto the
4. 9 H. came and told Esther the words of M.
4. 10 Again Esther spake uuto H., and gave him
HATCH, to
1.7*o cleave, rend, hatch, ypj baqa.
Isa. 34. 15 There shall the great owl . . hatch, and ga.
2. To cleave, rend, hatch, J P3 baqa, 3.
Isa. 59. 5 They hatch cockatrice eggs, and weave
3. 7*o bear, bring forth, iS; yalad.
Jer. 17. ii partridge sitteth (on eggs), and hatcheth
HATE, to
1.7*0 hate, oppose, ccy* satam.
Gen. 27. 41 Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing
49. 23 archers have sorely grieved, .and hated
50. 15 Joseph will peradventure hate us, and
Job 16. 9 .teareth (me) in his wrath, who hateth me
Psa. 55. 3 cast iniquity . .and in wrath they hate me
2. To hate, KV;
1 sane.
Gen. 24. 60 possess the gate of those which hate them
26. 27 Wherefore come ye to me, seeing ye hate
37. 4 hated him, and could-not speak peaceably
37. 5, 8 and they hated him yet the more
ExodiS. 21 men of truth, hating covetousness ; and
20. 5 and fourth (generation) of them that hate
23. 5 If thou see the ass of him that hateth thee
Lev. 19. 17 Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thine
26. 17 they that hate you shall reign over you
Deut. 4. 42 hated him not in times past ; and that
5. 9 fourth (generation) of them that hate me
7. 10 repayeth them that hate him to their face
7. 10 he will not be slack to him that hateth h.
7. 15 will lay them upon all (them) that hate
12. 31 for every abomination, .which he hateth
16. 22 image ; which the LORD thy God hateth
19. 4 neighbour, .whom he hated not in time
19. 6 inasmuch as he hated him not in time
19. ii if any man hate his neighbour, and lie in
22. 13 a wife, and go in unto her, and hate her
22. 1 6 unto this man to wife, and he hateth her
24. 3 (if) the latter husband hate her, and write
30. 7 on them that hate thee, which persecuted
Josh. 20. 5 unwittingly, and hated him not beforeti.
Judg ii. 7 Did not ye hate me, and expel me out of
14. 16 Thou dost but hate me, and lovest me not
15. 2 thought that thou hadst utterly hated her
2 Sa. 13. 15 Amnon hated her exceedingly ; so that
13. 15 hatred wherewith he hated her (was) gr.
13. 22 Absalom hated Amnon, because he had
19. 6 lovest thine enemies, .hatest thy friends
22. 18 He delivered me. .from them that hated
1 Ki. 22. 8 I hate (him ; for he doth not prophesy go.
2 Ch. 1 8. 7 I hate him ; for he never prophesied good
19. 2 love them that hate the LORD ? therefore
Esth. 9. i Jews had rule over them that hated them
9. 5 did what they would unto those that hated
Job 8. 22 They that hate thee shall be clothed with
34. 17 Shall even he that hateth right govern?
Psa. 5. 5 thou hatest all workers of iniquity
9. 13 trouble (which I suffer) of them that hate
ii. 5 him that loveth violence his soul hateth
1 8. 17 He delivered me. .from them which hated
21. 8 hand shall find out those that hate thee
25. 19 many ; and they hate me with cruel: hat.
26. 5 have hated the congregation of evil doers
31. 6 hated them that regard lying vanities: but
34. 21 that hate the righteous shall be desolate
35. 19 (neither) let them wink . . that hate me
38. 19 that hate me wrongfully are multiplied
41. 7 that hate me whisper together against me
45. 7 lovest righteousness, and hatest wicked.
50. 17 thou hatest instruction, and easiest my
69. 4 They that hate me without a cause are
69. 14 me be delivered from them that hate me
86. 17 they which hate me may see (it), and be
97. 10 Ye that love the LORD, hate evil : he
101. 3 I hate the work of them that turn aside
105. 25 He turned their heart to hate his people
106. 10 them from the hand of him that hated
106. 41 and they that hated them ruled over them
118. 7 I see (my desire) upon them that hate me
119. 104 therefore I hate every false way
119. 113 hate (vain) thoughts : but thy law do I
119. 128 to be) right ; (and)! hate every false
119. 163 I hate and abhor lying : (but) thy law do
120. 6 long dwelt with him that hateth peace
129. 5 confounded and turned back that hate Z.
139. 21 Do not I hate them, O LORD, .and am not
139. 22 I hate them with perfect hatred ; I count
Prov. i. 22 How long. .will, .fools hate knowledge ?
1. 29 they hated knowledge, and did not choose
5.12 How have I hated instruction, and my he.
6. 16 six (things) doth the LORD hate ; yea, se.
8. 13 The fear of the LORD (is) to hate evil
8. 13 evil way, and the freward mouth, do I h.
9. 8 Reprove not a scomer, lest he hate thee
11. 15 and he that hateth suretiship is sure
12. i but he that hateth reproof (is) brutish
13. 5 A righteous (man) hateth lying : but a
13. 24 He that spareth his rod hateth his son
15. 10 (and) he that hateth reproof shall die
15. 27 but he that hateth gifts shall live
19. 7 the brethren of the poor do hate him ; h.
25. 17 lest he be weary of thee, and (so) hate
26. 24 He that hateth dissembleth with his lips
26. 28 A lying tongue hateth (those that are)
28. 16 he that hateth covetousness shall prolong
29. 10 The blood thirsty hate the upright : but
29. 24 partner with a thief hateth his own soul
Eccl. 2. 17 I hated life : because the work that is
2. 18 I hated all my labour which I had taken
3. 8 A time to love, and a time to hate ; a time
Isa. i. 14 and your appointed feasts my soul hateth
61. 8 I hate robbery for burnt offering ; and I
66. 5 Your brethren that hated you, that cast
Jer. 12. 8 it crieth out. .therefore have I hated it
44. 4 do not this abominable thing that I hate
Eze. 16. 27 unto the will of them that hate thee, the
16.37 with all (them) that thou hast hated; I will
23. 28 into the hand (of them) whom thou hatest
35. 6 thou hast not hated blood, even blood
Hos. 9. 15 I hated them : for the wickedness of their
HATED 455 HAVE
Amos 5. 10 They hate him that rebuketh in the gate
5. 15 Hate the evil, and love the good, and
5. 21 I hate, I despise your feast days, and I
6. 8 abhor the excellency, .hate his palaces
Mic. 3. 2 Who hate the good, and love the evil
Zech. 8. 17 these (are things) that I hate, saith the
Mai. i. 3 I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and
2, 16 LORD, .saith, that he hateth putting away
3. To hate, Kiy sane, 3.
Numio. 35 let them that hate thee flee before thee
Deut 32. 41 and will reward them that hate me
33. n smite, .the loins of them, .that hate him
2 Sa. 22. 41 that I might destroy them that hate me
Job 31. 29 at the destruction of him that hated me
Psa. 18. 40 that I might destroy them that hate me
44. 7 and hast put them to shame that hated
44. 10 they which hate us spoil for themselves
55. 12 neither (was it) he that hated me (that)
68. i let them, .that hate him flee before him
83. 2 that hate thee have lifted up the head
89. 23 wflTbeat. .and plague them that hate him
139. 21 O LORD, that hate thee ? and am not I
Prov. 8. 36 all they that hate me love death
4. To hate, Kfy sene.
Dan. 4. 19 the dream (be) to them that hate thee
5. Hatred, nxfp sinah.
Deut. i. 27 the LORD hated us, he hath brought us
9. 28 he hated them, he hath brought them
6. To hate, /j-icrtca misco.
Matt. 5. 43 love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy
5. 44 [do good to them that hate you], and pray
6. 24 he will hate the one, and love the other
10. 22 be hated of all (men) for my name s sake
24. 9 hated of all nations for my name s sake
24. 10 shall betray, .and shall hate one another
Markt3. 13 be hated of all (men) for my name s sake
Luke i. 71 and from the hand of all that hate us
6. 22 Blessed are ye when men shall hate you
6. 27 But I say . . do good to them which hate you
14. 26 hate not his father, and mother, and wife
16. 13 he will hate the one, and love the other
19. 14 his citizens hated him, and sent a message
21. 17 be hated of all (men) for my name s sake
John 3. 20 every one that doeth evil hateth. .light
7. 7 The world cannot hate you ; but me it h.
12. 25 he that hateth his life in this world shall
15. 1 8 world hate you, ye know that it hated me
15. 19 chosen you. .therefore the world hateth
15. 23 He that hateth me hateth my Father also
15. 24 now have they, .hated both me and my
15. 25 written. .They hated me without a cause
17. 14 world hath hated them, because they are
Rom. 7. 15 that do I not ; but what I hate, that do I
9. 13 Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated
Jude
Rev.
1 Jo. 2. 9, ii He that, .hateth his brother, is in da.
3. 13 Marvel not.. if the world hate you
3. 15 Whosoever hateth his brother is a murd.
4. 20 If a man say, I love God, and hateth his
23 hating even the garment spotted by the
2. 6 thou hatest the deeds, .which I also hate
2. 15 that hold the doctrine, .[which thing I h.]
17. 16 And the ten horns, .shall hate the whore
HATED, to be
l.To hate, ttly sane.
Gen. 29. 31 when the LORD saw that Leah (was) hated
29. 33 Because the LORD hath heard . . I (was) h.
Deut 21. 15 two wives, one beloved, and another ha.
21. 15 (both) the beloved and the hated
21. 16 first born before the son of the hated
21. 17 he shall acknowledge the son of the hated
2 Sa. 5. 8 the blind, (that are) hated of David s soul
Isa. 60. 15 thou hast been forsaken and hated
2. To be hated, ttXy sane, 2.
Prov 14. 17 and a man of wicked devices is hated
14. 20 The poor is hated, .of his own neighbour
S.One hated, R sy sani.
Deut 21. 15 the first born son be hers that was hated
HATEFUL, (to be)
I. To be hated, KM sane.
Psa. 36. 2 until his iniquity be found to be hateful
l.To hate, piacca miseo.
Rev. 18. 2 a cage of every unclean and hateful bird
S.Hated, abominated, ffrvyr/ros stur/etos.
Titus 3. 3 living in malice and envy, hateful, (and)
HATEFULLY
Hatred, nxj^ sinah.
Eze. 23. 29 And they shall deal with thee hatefully
HATER
To hate. Kiy sane, 3.
Psa. 81.15 haters of the LORD should have submitted
HATH
1. Unto, *?>< el.
Gen. 47. 18 my lord also hath our herds of cattle
2. There is (to or in), (*? or a) vi yesh (le or be).
Gen. 39. 8 he hath committed all. .he hath to my h.
2 Ch.25. 8 God hath power to help, and to cast down
Job 38. 28 Hath the rain a father? or who. .the dro.
itfal. i. 14 deceiver, which hath in his flock a male
HATH it, he that
Its owners, r^3 [baal].
Prov 1 6. 22 a well spring of life unto him that hath it
17. 8 stone in the eyes of him that hath it
Eccl. 10. 20 and that which hath wings shall tell the
HATH (life)
Soul, breath, e>J nephesh.
Gen. i. 20 the moving creature that hath life, and
HATH, that
Owner, n^73 baalah.
i Sa. 28. 7, 7 a woman that hath a familiar spirit
HATH, such things as one
The present things, TO, irap6vTa ta paronta.
Heb. 13. 5 content with such things as ye have : for
HATH, that one
l.J/y things, ra tfj.d ta ema.
Lukeis. 31 And he said. .Son. .all that I have is thine
2. The things beside one, ra irapd ta para.
Mark 5. 26 had spent all that she had, and was noth.
3. Thepresent things, ra vird.px.ovra ta huparchonta.
Matt 19. 21 sell that thou hast, and give to the poor
Luke 1 2. 33 Sell that ye have, and give alms ; provide
12. 44 will make him ruler over all that he hath
14. 33 of you that forsaketh not all that he hath
HA -THATH, nno bruised.
A son of Otimiel the Kenazite and judge of Israel,
through Caleb son of Hur. B.C. 1380.
1 Ch. 4. 13 and Seraiah : and the sons of Othniel ; H.
HA-TI -PHA, N? Bq.
The e?ie-Hatipha were among the Nethinim that re
turned from Babylon. B.C. 636.
Ezra 2. 54 children of Neziah, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 56 children of Neziah, the children of H.
HA-TI -TA, NB tpq exploration.
A porter or gate keeper of the temple whose descen
dants returned from the exile. B.C. 636.
Ezra 2. 42 children of Akkub, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 45 children of Akkub, the children of H.
HATRED
\,Enmity, n^ x ebah.
Eze. 25. 15 vengeance, .to destroy (it) for the old ha.
35. 5 Because thou hast had a perpetual hatred
2. Hatred, nso&Q mastemah.
Hos.; o. 7 for. .thine iniquity, and the great hatred
9. 8 ways, (and) hatred in the house of his God
3. Hatred, nxfy sinah.
Num 35. 20 But if he thrust him of hatred, or hurl
2 Sa. 13. 15 that the hatred wherewith he hated her
Psa. 25. 19 many ; and they hate me with cruel ha.
109. 3 compassed me about, .with words of ha.
109. 5 they have rewarded me. .hatred for my
139. 22 I hate them with perfect hatred ; I count
Prov 10. 12 Hatred stirreth up strifes : but love cov.
10. 18 He that hideth hatred (with) lying lips
15. 17 than a stalled ox and hatred therewith
26. 26 hatred is covered by deceit, his wicked.
Eccl. 9. i no man knoweth either love or hatred
9. 6 their hatred, and. .envy, is now perished
Eze. 35. n hast used out of thy hatred against them
4. Enmity, ex^Pa echthra.
Gal. 5. 20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, em.
HAT -TIL, rtpn decaying.
The fiewe-Hattil were among the children of Solomon s
slaves who returned from exile. B.C. 636.
Ezra 2. 57 children of Shephatiah, the children of H.
Neh. 7. 59 children of Shephatiah, the children of H.
HAT -TUSK, ehsn contender.
1. A descendant of the kings of Judah, perhaps a son
of Shechaniah, in the 4th or sth generation from
Zerubbabel. B.C. 465.
i Ch. 3. 22 and the sons of Shemaiah ; H., and Igeal
2. A descendant of David who went up from Babylon
with Ezra in the reign of Artaxerxes. In .Neh. 12. 2 he
is said to have returned with Zerubbabel.
Ezra 8. 2 Daniel : of the sons of David ; H.
Neh. 3. 10 next unto him repaired H. the son of Hash.
10. 4 H., Shebaniah, Malluch
3. A priest who returned with Zerubbabel. B.C. 636.
Neh. 12. 2 Amariah, Malluch, H.
HAUGHTILY
Loftiness, nan romah.
Mic. 2. 3 neither shall ye go haughtily : for this
HAUGHTINESS
1. Rising, excellency, nix? gaavah.
Isa. 13. ii lay low the haughtiness of the terrible
16. 6 his haughtiness, and his pride, and his
1. Loftiness, on rum.
Isa. 2. ii the haughtiness of men shall be bowed d.
2. 17 the haughtiness of men shall be made low
Jer. 48. 29 his pride, and the haughtiness of his hea.
HAUGHTY
\.Height, haughtiness, fiji: gobah.
Prov 16. 18 Pride, .and an haughty spirit before a fall
2. High, haughty, n33, auj gaboah.
Isa. 10. 33 hewn down, and the haughty shall be h.
3. Haughty, vn; yahir.
Prov 21. 24 Proud (and) haughty scorner (is) his name
4.Height, high place, ona marom.
Isa. 24. 4 haughty people of the earth do languish
5. To be lofty, en rum.
2 Sa. 22. 28 but thine eyes (are) upon the haughty
HAUGHTY, to be
To be high or haughty, ajj gabah.
Psa. 131. i LORD, my heart is not haughty, nor mine
Prov 1 8. 12 Before destruction the heart, .is haughty
Isa. 3. 16 Because the daughters of Zion are haughty
Eze. 16. 50 werehaughty.andcommittedabomination
Zeph. 3. ii thou shaltno moie be haughty because of
HAUNT
Foot, Sri regel.
i Sa. 23. 22 see his place where his haunt is, (and)
HAUNT, to
To sit down or still, 2t?; yashab.
Eze. 26. 17 cause their terror, .on all that haunt it 1
HAUNT, to be wont to
To go habitually, or up and doion, ~Sn halak, 7.
1 Sa. 30. 31 where David. . and his men were wont to h.
HAU -RAN, j-iin cave district.
The modern Haurdn and the Greek province of Auranitis,
S. of Damascus, W. of Golan and Bashan, E. of
Trachonitis (now Ledsha), and once called Auranitis.
In Ezekiel it includes Golan and Bashan W. of the
Jordan.
Eze. 47. 16 Hazar-hatticon. .(is) by the coast of H.
47. 18 the east side ye shall measure from H.
HAVE, to
la. There is to (or with), (DJ; or) h 2^ yesh le (or im).
Gen. 33. 9 Esau said, I have enough, my brother
33. ii Take.. my blessing.. because I have eno.
43. 7 The man asked us. .have ye (another) b.?
44. 19 saying, Have ye a father, or a brother?
44. 20 We have a father, an old man, and a child
Ruth i. 12 If I should say, I have hope, (if) I should
2 Sa. 19. 28 what right, .have I yet to cry any more
i Ki. 17. 12 I have not a cake, but an handful of meal
1 Ch. 29. 3 I have of mine own proper good, of gold
2 Ch. 16. 9 from henceforth thou shalt have wars
Eccl. 4. 9 they have a good reward for their labour
Isa. 43. 8 Bring forth .. the deaf that have ears
Jer. 41. 8 we have treasures in the field, of wheat
Ib.Totake, ntf laqach ; Deut. 21. n ; I Sa. 2. 15.
le. There is in (or to), (S or) 2 S X ithai be (or le).
Ezra 4. 16 by this means thou shalt have no portion
Dan. 2. 30 for (any) wisdom that I have more than
3. 25 I see four men loose . . and they have no h.
2.0wner, Si2 baal.
Eccl. 7. 12 wisdom giveth life to them that have iti
Isa. 41. 15 new sharp threshing instrument having
Dan. 8. 20 The ram. .having (two) horns (are) the
3. To be, xiq hara.
Dan. 6. 2 and the king should have no damage
4. To inherit, Snj nachal.
Numi8. 23 a statute, .that, .they have no inheritance
18. 24 I have said, .they shall have no inherita.
5. To go or come in, xi2 bo.
Gen.
Jc
6. To be to, *? nin havah le.
Eccl. 2. 22 what hath man of all his labour, and of
7. To be to, 7 iTn hayah le.
Gen. ii. 3 they had brick for stone, .slime had they
8. To complete, finish, rhy kalah, 3.
Gen. 43. a when they had eaten up the corn which
9. To be fauna, xya matsa, 2.
Deut. 21. 17 him a double portion of all that he hath
10. To give, \nnathan.
Neh. 13. 4 Eliashib the priest, having the oversight
11. To place, set, D fc
1
, DIS? sum, sim.
Ezra 10. 44 (some)., had wives by whom they had ch.
[See also Abomination, appetite, assurance, bitterness,
can, charge, compassion, damage, deeply, delight, deri
sion, desire, do, dominion, done, end, enough, experience,
favour, fellowship, fouled, good success, habitation,
hair fallen off, hard (labour), heat, hoofs, hope, horns,
hunger, indignation, inheritance, intelligence, issue,
joy, knowledge, lack, loss, maintenance, many, mastery,
mercy, mercy upon, more, need , need of, occasion, over,
oversight, pain, part, pity, pity upon, pleasure, plenty,
possession, power, profit, respect, rest, rule, running
issue, secret, sent back, shadow, sorrow, superfluous,
tithes, understanding, vent, well, wholly.]
12.ro interchange, a.vnfta.\X<a antiballo.
Luke24. 17 (are) these that ye have one to another
13. To hold off or away, aTre xco apecho.
Matt. 6. 2, 5, 16 say unto you, They have their rew.
Phil. 4. 18 I have all, and abound : I am full, having
14. To become, begin to be, ylvo/Mai ginomii.
Matt 18. 12 If a man have an hundred sheep, and one
Acts 15. 2 and Barnabas had no small dissension
i Co. 4. 5 then shall every man have praise of God
15. To be, el/jii eimi.
Matt 19. 22 sorrowful : for he had great possessions
Sen. 43. 23 Peace (be) to you. .1 had your money
Job 6. 8 Oh that I might have my request ; and
HAVE
Matt 19. 27 followed thee ; what shall we have there.
Mark 5. 25 which had an issue of blood twelve years
10. 22 went, .grieved: for he had great possession
11. 23 he shall have whatsoever he saith
11. 24 What things, .ye desire, .ye shall have
Luke i. 7 they had no child, because that Elisabeth
i. 14 thou shalt have joy and gladness ; and
6. 32, 33, 34 what thank have ye? for sinners
7. 41 a certain creditor which had two debtors
8. 42 For he had one only daughter, about tw.
8. 43 a woman, having an issue of blood twelve
9. 13 We have no more but five loaves and two
10. 39 she had a sister called Mary, which also
12. 24 which neither have storehouse nor barn
14. 10 shalt thou have worship in the presence
John 18. 39 ye have a custom, that I should release
Acts. 4. 32 his own ; but they had all things common
7. 44 Our fathers had the tabernacle of witness
8. 21 hast neither part nor lot in this matter
13. 15 if ye have any word of exhortation for
18. 10 for I have much people in this city
19. 25 that by this craft we have our wealth
21. 9 the same man had four daughters, virgins
21. 23 Do therefore this. .We have four men
Rom. 9. 2 . 9. 9 ; i Co. 9. 16 ; Rev. 22. 14.
16. My, mine, TO. t/j.a ta ema.
Lukeis. 31 And he said, .all that I have is thine
17.ro have, %w echo.
Matt. 3. 4 John had his raiment of camel s hair, and
3. 9 not to say. .We have Abraham to (our) f.
3. 14 I have need to be baptized of thee, and
5. 23 that thy brother hath ought against thee
5. 46 love them which love . .what reward have
6. i ye have no reward of your Father which
6. 8 what things ye have need of before ye ask
7. 29 he taught them as (one) having authority
8. 9 under authority, having soldiers under me
8. 20 The foxes have holes, and the birds of
8. 20 Son of man hath not where to lay (his)
9. 6 Son of man hatli power on earth to forgive
9. 36 scattered . . as sheep having no shepherd
ii. 15 He thc-it hath ears to hear, let him hear
11. 18 nor drinking, and they say, He hath a
12. 10 was a man which had (his) Hand withered
12. ii What man. .shall have one sheep, and
13. 5 places, where they had not much earth
13. 5 because they had no deepness of earth
13. 6 they had no root, they withered away
13. 9 Who hath ears to hear, let him hear
13. 12 whosoever hath, to him shall be given
13. 12 but whosoever hath not, from him shall
13. 12 shall be taken away even that he hath
13. 21 Yefehath he not root in himself, but dur.
13. 27 thy field ? from whence then hath it tares ?
13. 43 Who hath ears to hear, let him hear
13. 44 selleth all that he hath, and buyeth that
13. 46 and sold all that he had, and bought it
14. 4 It is not lawful for thee to have her
14. 17 have here but five loaves, and two fishes
15. 30 having with them (those that were) lame
15. 32 now three days, and have nothing to eat
15. 34 saith unto them, How many loaves have
17. 20 If ye have faith as a grain of mustard
18. 8 than having two hands or two feet to be
18. 9 having two eyes to be cast into hell fire
1 8. 25 as he had not to pay, his lord commanded
18. 25 his wife and children, and all that he had
19. 16 shall I do, that [I may have] eternal life?
19. 21 thou shalt have treasure in heaven ; and
21. 3 ye shall say, The Lord hath need of them
ai. 21 If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall
3. 28 A (certain) man had two sons ; and he
3s. 12 in hither not having a wedding garment?
:T3. 24 If a man die, having no children, his
iji. 25 having no issue, left his wife unto his
8c. 28 whose, .shall she he. .they all had her
25. 25 lo, (there) thou hast (that is) thine
25. 28 give (it) unto him which hath ten talents
25. 29Unto every one that hath shall be given
25. 29 but from him that hath not shall be taken
25. 29 be taken away even that which he hath
26. 7 a woman having an alabaster box of very
26. ii For ye have the poor always with you
26. 1 1 but me ye have not always
26. 65 what further need have we of witnesses ?
27. 16 they had then a notable prisoner, called
27. 65 Ye have a watch : go your way, make (it)
/Hark i. 22 he taught them as one that had authority
2. 10 Son of man hatli power on earth to forg.
2. 17 They that are whole have no need of the
2. 19 [as they have the bridegroom with them]
2. 25 when he had need, and was an hungered
3. i a man there which had a withered hand
3. 3 unto the man which had the withered h.
3. 10 for to touch him, as many as had plagues
3. 15 to have power to heal sicknesses, and to
3. 22 He hath Beelzebub, and by the prince of
3. 26 divided, he cannot stand, but hath an end
3. 29 hath never forgiveness but is in danger
3. 30 they said, He hath an nnclean spirit
4. 5 stonyground, whereithadnotmuchearth
4. 5 because it had no depth of earth
4. 6 because it had no root, it withered away
4. 9 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
4. 17 have no root in themselves, and so endu.
4. 23 any man have ears to hear, let him hear
4. 25 he that hath, to him shall be given ; and
4. 25 he that hath not, from him shall be taken
4. 25 shall be taken even mat which he hath
4. 40 he said, .how is it that ye have no faith?
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Mark 5. 3 Who had (his) dwelling among the tombs
5. 1 5 see him that . . [had] the legion, sitting, and
6. 18 lawful for thee to have thy brother s wife
6. 34 they were as sheep not having a shepherd
6. 36 buy. .bread : [for they have nothing to eat]
6. 38 saith . . How many loaves have ye ! go and
7. 16 any man have ears to hear, let him hear
7. 25 young daughter had an unclean spirit
8. i the multitude, .having nothing to eat
8. 2 been . . three days, and have nothing to eat
8. 5 he asked them, How many loaves have
8. 7 they had a few small fishes : and he bless.
8. 14 neither had they in the ship with them
8. 1 6 saying, (It is) because we have no bread
8. 17 Why reason ye because ye have no bread?
8. 17 have ye your heart yet hardened ?
8. 18 Having eyes, see ye not? and having ears
9. 17 brought, .my son, which hath a dumb sp.
9. 43 than having two hands to go into hell
9. 45 having two feet to be cast into hell, into
9. 47 than having two eyes to be cast into hell
9. 50 Have salt in yourselves, and have peace
10. 21 sell whatsoever thou hast, and give to the
10. 21 thou shalt have treasure in heaven : and
10. 23 How hardly shall they that have riches
11. 3 say ye that the Lord hath need of him
11.13 seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves
ii. 22 Jesus, .saith unto them, Have faith in G.
11. 25 forgive, if ye have ought against any
12. 6 Having yet therefore one son, his wellbe.
12. 23 whose wife . .for the seven had her to wife
12. 44 of her want did cast in all that she had
3 woman having an alabaster box of oint.
7 For ye have the poor with you always
7 do them good : but me ye have not alway
8 not to say . .We have Abraham to (our) f.
1 1 He that hath two coats, let him impart
ii to him that hath nous ; and he that hath
33 which had a spirit of an unclean devil
40 that had any sick with divers diseases
24 Son of man hatli power upon earth to fo.
8 to the man which had the withered hand
8 under authority, having under me soldiers
33 drinking wine ; and ye say, He hath a d.
40 Simon, I have somewhat to say unto thee
42 when they had nothing to pay, he frankly
8 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
13 these have no root, which for a while
1 8 whosoever hath, to him shall be given
18 whosoever hath not, from him shall be
18 taken even that which he seemeth to have
27 a certain man, ^ ,hich had devils long time
3 he said, .neither have two coats a piece
ii and healed them that had need of healing
58 Foxes have holes, and birds of the air
58 Son of man hath not where to lay (his) h.
5 Which of you shall have a friend, and
6 and I have nothing to set before him ?
36 (be) full of light, having no part dark, the
4 after that have no more that they can do
5 after he. .hath power to cast into hell
17 I have no room where to bestow my fru.
19 hast much goods laid up for many years
50 1 have a baptism to be baptized with ; and
6 had a fig tree planted in his vineyard
ii had a spirit of infirmity eighteen years
18 go and see it : I pray thee have me excii.
19 prove them : I pray thee have me excused
35 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
4 What man of you, having an hundred
8 what woman, having ten pieces of silver
ii And he said, A certain man had two sons
i a certain rich man which had a steward
28 I have five brethren ; that he may testify
29 They have Moses and the Prophets ; let
6 ye had faith as a grain of mustard seed
7 having a servant plowing or feeding cattle
22 sell all that thou hast, and distribute
, 22 thou shalt have treasure in heaven : and
24 How hardly shall they that have riches
. 17 have thou authority over ten cities
24 and give (it) to him that hath ten pounds
25 said unto him, Lord, he hath ten pounds
26 unto every one which hath shall be given
26 from him that hatli not, even that he ha.
31 say. .Because the Lord hath need of him
34 And they said, The Lord hath need of him
24 Whose image and superscription hath it?
20. 28 If any man s brother die, having a wife
20. 33 whose, .is she? for seven had her to wife
21. 4 hath cast in all the living that she had
22. 36 he that hath a purse, let him take (it)
22. 36 he that hath no sword, let him sell his
??. 37 for the things concerning me have an end
24. 39 and see ; for a spirit hath not flesh and
24. 39 flesh and bones, as ye see me have
24. 41 he said unto them, Have ye here any m. ?
2. 3 mother of Jesus saith . .They have no wine
3. 15 should not perish, but have eternal life
3. 16 not perish, but have everlasting life
3. 29 He that hath the bride is the bridegroom
3. 36 believeth on the Son hath everlasting
4.11 thou hast nothing to draw with, and the
4. ii whence then hast thou that living water?
4. 17 woman answered and said, I have no hus.
4. 17 Jesus said, .well said, I have no husband
4. 18 For thou hast had five husbands; and lie
4. 18 he whom thou now hast is not thyhusba.
4. 32 I have meat to eat that ye know not of
4. 44 prophet hath no honour in his own country
5. 2 a pool . . Bethesda, having five porches
5. s had an infirmity thirty and eight years
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John 5. 7 I have no man, when the water is troubled
5. 24 hath everlasting life, and shall not come
5. 26 the Father hath life in himself, BO hath
5. 36 I have greater witness than (that) of John
5. 38 ye have not his word abiding in you : for
5. 39 in them ye think ye have eternal life
5. 40 not come to me, that ye might have life
5. 42 that ye have not the love of God in you
6. 9 which hath five barley loaves, and two
6. 40 believeth on him, may have everlasting
6. 47 believeth on me hath everlasting life
6. 53 drink his blood, ye have no life in you
6. 54 and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life
6. 68 thou hast the words of eternal life
7. 20 hast a devil : who goeth about to kill thee
8. 6 [that they might have to accuse him]
8. 12 but shall have the light of life
8. 26 I have many things to say and to judge
8. 41 said they . .we have one lather, (even) G.
8. 48 thou art a Samaritan, and hast a devil?
8. 49 I have not a devil ; but I honour my Fa.
8. 52 we know that thou hast a devil. Abrah.
9. 41 If ye were blind, ye should have no sin
10. 10 might have life, and that they might have
10. 16 sheep I have, which are not of this fold
10. 18 I have power to lay it down, and I have
10. 20 He hath a devil, and is mad ; why liear
12. 6 had the bag, and bare what v/as put the.
12. 8 always ye have with you : but me ye have
12. 35 Walk while ye have the light, lest dark.
12. 36 While ye have light, believe in the light
12. 48 rejecteth me. .hath one that judgeth him
13. 8 wash thee not, thou hast nopart with me
13. 29 because Judas had the bag, that Jesus
13. 29 that we have need of against the feast
13. 35 disciples, if ye have love one to another
14. 21 He that hath my commandments, and
14. 30 the prince of this world, .hath nothing
15. 13 Greater love hath no man than this, that
15. 22 they had not had sin : but now they have
15. 24 none otherman did, they had not had sin
16. 12 I have yet many things to say unto you
16. 15 All things that the Father hath are mine
16. 21 woman when she is in travail hath sorrow
16. 22 And ye now therefore have sorrow : but
16. 33 have peace. In the world ye shall have
17. 5 which I had with thee before the world
17. 13 might have my joy fulfilled in themselves
1 8. 10 Peter having a sword drew it, and smote
19. 7 We have a law, and by our law he ought
19. 10 I have power to crucify thee, and have
19. ii thou couldest have.. hath the greater sin
19. 15 answered We have no king but Cesar
20. 31 ye might have life through his name
21. 5 saith unto them, Children, have ye any
Acts 2. 44 were together, and had all things comm.
2. 45 parted, .to all (men), as every man had
2. 47 and having favour with all the people
3. 6 such as I have give I thee : In the name
4. 35 unto every man according as he had need
9. 14 he hath authority from tne chief priests
9. 31 Then had the churches rest throughout
13. 5 and they had also John to (their) minister
14. 9 perceiving that he had faith to be healed
15. 21 hath in every city them that preach him
18. 18 shorn (his)head in Cenchrca. .hehadavow
10. 13 to call over them which had evil spirits
19. 38 if Demetrius, .have a matter against any
21. 23 four men which have a vow on them
23. 17 for he hath a certain thing to tell him
23. 18 man . .who hath something to say unto
23. 19 asked . . What is that thou hast to tell me ?
23. 29 hav e nothing laid to his charge worthy
24. 15 have hope toward God, which they them.
24. 16 have always a conscience void of offence
24. 19 and object, if they had ought against me
24. 23 let (him) have liberty, and that he should
25. 16 accused have the accusers face to face
25. 19 But had certain questions against him of
25. 26 I have no certain thing to write unto my
25. 26 after. .1 might have somewhat to write
28. 9 others, .which had diseases in the island
28. 19 that I had ought to accuse my nation of
28. 29 and had great reasoning among themse.
Rom. i. 13 that I might have some fruit among you
2. 14 when the Gentiles, which have not the law
2. 14 these, having not the law, are a law unto
2. 20 which hast the form of knowledge and of
4. 2 he hath, .to glory ; but not before God
5. i [we have] peace with God through our L.
5. 2 By whom also we have access by faith
6. 21 What fruit had ye then in those things
6. 22 ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the
8. 9 Now if any man have not the spirit of Ch.
8. 23 which have the first fruits of the spirit
9. 21 Hath not the potter power over the clay
TO. 2 I bear them record that they have a zeal
12. 4 For as we have many members in one body
i->. 4 and all members have not the same office
12! 6 Having then gifts differing according to
13. 3 and thou shalt have praise of the same
14. 22 Hast thou faith ? have (it) to thyself bef.
15. 4 that we through patience . .might have h.
15. 17 I have therefore whereof I may glory
15. 23 having no more place., and havinga great
i Co. 2. 16 instruct him? But we have the mind of
4. 7 what hast thou that thou didst not rec. ?
4. 15 though ye have ten thousand instructors
5 . i reported., that one should have his father s
6. i Dare any oiyou, having a matter against
6. 4 If then ye have judgments of things per
6. 19 which ye have of God, and ye are not your
HAVE 457 HAVE
I Co 7. 2 have his own wife, and let every woman
7. 7 every man hath his proper gift of God
7. 12 If any brother hath a wife that believeth
7. 13 the woman which hath an husband that
7. 25 concerning virgins I have no command.
7. 28 such shall have trouble in the flesh : but
7. 29 they that have wives be as though they
7. 37 having no necessity, but hath power over
7. 40 I think also that I have the spirit of God
8. i Now. .we know that we all have knowle.
8. 10 if any man see thee which hast knowledge
9. 4 Have we not power to eat arid to drink ?
9. 5 Have we not power to lead about a sister
9. 6 Or. .have not we power to forbear work.
9. 17 if I do this thing willingly, I have a rew.
ii. 4 having(his)head covered, dishonoureth his
ii. 10 ought the woman to have power on (her)
ii. 16 we have no such custom, neither the chu.
11. 22 have ye not houses to eat and to drink in?
n. 22 or despise, .and shame them that have
12. 12 as the body is one, and hath many mem.
12. 21 I have no need of thee. .1 have no need
12. 23 our uncomely (parts) have more abund.
12. 24 our comely (pails) have no need : but
12. 30 Have all the gifts of healing? do all speak
13. i Though I speak, .and have no charity, I
13. 2 though I have . . prophecy . . though I have
13. 2 and have not charity, I am nothing
13. 3 and have not charity, it profiteth me not.
14. 26 hath a psalm, hath a doctrine, hath a
14. 26 hath a revelation, hath an interpretation
15.31 I protest by your rejoicing which I have
15. 34 for some have not the knowledge of God
2 Co. i. 9 we had the sentence of death in ourselves
1. 15 come, .that ye might have a second ben.
2. 3 lest, when I came, I should have sorrow
2. 4 the love which I have more abundantly
2. 13 I had no rest in my spirit, because I fou.
3. 4 such trust have we through Christ to God
3. 12 Seeing then that we have such hope, we
,. i Therefore, seeing we have this ministry
4. 7 we have this treasure in earthen vessels
4. 13 We having the same spirit of faith, acco.
5. i we have a building of God, an house not
5. 12 that ye may have somewhat to. .them
6. 10 having nothing, and (yet) possessing all
7. i Having therefore these promises, dearly
7. 5 our flesh had no rest, but we were troub.
8. 1 1 a performance . . out of that which ye have
8. 12 (it is) accepted according to that a man h.
8. 12 (and) not according to that he hath not
9. 8 that ye, always having all sufficiency in
10. 6 having in a readiness to revenge all diso.
10. 15 having hope, when your faith is increased
Gal. 2. 4 our liberty which we have in Christ Jesus
4. 22 Abraham had two sons ; the one by a
4. 27 children than she which hath an husband
6. 4 then shall he have rejoicing in himself
6. 10 As we have therefore opportunity, let
Eph, i. 7 In whom we have redemption through
2. 12 having no hope, and without God in the
2. 18 through him we both have access by one
3. 12 In whom we have boldness and access
4. 28 that he may have to give to him that
5. 5 hath any inheritance in the kingdom of
5. 27 a glorious church, not having spot, or
Phil. i. 7 because I have you in my heart ; inasm.
i 23 having a desire t depart, and to be with
1. 30 Having the same conflict which ye saw
2. 2 having the same love, (being) of one ace.
2. 20 For I have no man like minded, who will
2. 27 lest I should have sorrow upon sorrow
3. 4 Though I might also have confidence
3. 9 not having mine own righteousness, which
3. 17 which walk so as ye have us for an ensam.
Col. i. 14 In whom we have redemption through his
2. i that ye knew what great conflict I have
2. 23 Which things have indeed a show of wis.
3. 13 if any man ha e a quarrel against any
4. i knowing that ye also have a Master in h.
4. 13 he hath a grea zeal for you, and them
1 Th. i. 9 what manner entering in we had unto
3. 6 that ye have good remembrance of us al.
4. 12 and (that) ye may have lack of nothing
4. 13 not, even as others which have no hope
5. i But. .ye have no need that T write unto
2 Th. 3. 9 Not because we have not power, but to
1 Ti. 3. 4 having hn children in subjection with all
3. 7 he must have a good report of them wh.
4. 8 having promise of the life that now is
5. 4 if any widow have children or nephews
5. 12 Having damnation, because they have
5. 16 If any man or woman that believeth have
6. 2 they that have believing masters, let them
6. 8 having food and raiment let us be there.
6. 1 6 Who only hath immortality, dwelling in
2 Ti. i. 3 I have remembrance f thee in my prayers
2. 19 standeth sure, having this seal, The Lord
3. 5 Having a form of godliness, but denying
Titus i. 6 having faithful children, not accused of
2. 8 ashamed, having no evil thing to say of
Phm. 5 which thou hast toward the Lord Jesus
7 we have great joy and consolation in thy
Heb. 2. 14 might destroy him that had the power of
3. 3 builded. .hathmorehonour ^hanthehouse
4. 14 Seeing then that we have a great High P.
4. 15 we have not an high priest which cannot
5. 12 ye have need that one teach you again
5. r2 are become such as have need of milk
:v. 14 those who by reason of use h,uve their sen.
6. 1 8 we might have a strong consolation, who
5. ig Which, .we have as an anchor of the soul
Heb. 7. 3 having neither beginning of days, nor end
7. 5 have a commandment to take tithes of
7. 6 and blessed him that had the promises
7. 24 this (man), .hath an unchangeable priest.
7. 28 maketh men high priests which have intt.
8. i We haye such an High Priest, who is set
8. 3 that this man have somewhat also to offer
9. i the first, .had also ordinances of divine
9. 4 Which had the golden censer, and the ark
9. 4 wherein (was) the golden pot that had m.
10. i the law having a shadow of good things
10. 2 should have had no more conscience of
10. 19 Having therefore, brethren, boldness to
10. 34 that ye have in heaven a better and an
10. 35 which hath great recompence of reward
10. 36 ye have need of patience, that, after ye
11. 10 he looked for a city which hath founda.
n. 15 And truly, .they might have had opport.
12. 9 we have had fathers of our flesh whi^h
12. 28 let us have grace, whereby we may serve
13. 10 We have an altar, whereof they have no
13. 14 here have we no continuing city, b"t we
13. 18 we trust we have a good conscience, in
Jas. i. 4 let patience have (her) perfect work, that
2. i have not the faith of our Lord Jesus Ch.
2. 14 though a man say he hath faith, and have
2. 17 Even so faith, if it hath n works, is dead
2. 18 Thou hast faith, and I have works
3. 14 if ye have bitter envying and strife in your
4. 2 Ye lust, and have not. .ye have not, bee.
i Pe. 2. 12 Having your conversation honest among
3. 16 Having a good conscience ; that, whereas
4. 8 above all things have fervent charity am.
s Pe. 1.19 We have also a more sure word of proph.
2. 14 Having eyes full of adultery, and that
2. 14 an heart they have exercised with covetous
1 Johm. 3 that ye also may have fellowship with us
i. 6 If we say that we have fellowship with
i. 7 we have fellowship one with another, and
1. 8 If we say that we have no sin, we deceive
2. i we have an advocate with the Father, J.
2. 7 an old commandment which ye had from
2. 20 ye have an unction from the holy one, and
2. 23 [the same hath not the Father : (but he]
2. 28 when he shall appear, we may have con.
3. 3 every man that hath this hope in him
3. 15 ye know that no murderer hath eternal 1.
3. 17 But whoso hath this world s good, and
3. 17 and seeth his brother have need, and sh.
3. 21 (then) have we confidence toward God
4. 16 known and believed the love that God ha.
4. 17 that we may have boldness in the day of
4. 1 8 love casteth out fear : because fear hath
4. 21 And this commandment have we from
5. 10 He that believeth. .hath the witness in
5. 12 He that hath the Son hath life ; (and)
. 5. 12 he that hath not the Son of God hath not
5. 13 that ye may know that ye have eternal
5. 14 this is the confidence that we haye in him
5. 15 we know that we have the petitions that
2 John 5 that which we had from the beginning
9 Whosoever transgresseth . . hath not God
9 he hath both the Father and the Son
12 Having many things to write unto you, I
3 John 4 I have no greater joy than to hear that
13 I had many things to write, but I will
Jude 19 These be. .sensual, having not the spirit
Rev. i. 16 And he had in his right hand seven stars
1. 18 and have the keys of hell and of death
2. 3 and hast patience, .laboured, and. .not f.
2. 4 Nevertheless I have, .against thee, beca.
2. 6 this thou hast, that thou hatest the deeds
2. 7, ii, 17, 29 He that hath an ear, let him h.
2. 10 ye shall have tribulation ten days : be
2. 12 which hath the sharp sword with two e.
2. 14, 20 I have a few things against thee, be.
2. 14 thou hast there them that hold the doc.
2. 15 So hast thou also them that hold the do.
2. 18 who hath his eyes like unto a flame of fire
2. 24 as many as have not this doctrine, and
2. 25 that which ye have, .hold fast till I come
3. i he that hath the seven spirits of God, and
3. i that thou hast a name that thou livest
3. 4 Thou hast a few names even in Sardis
3. 6, 13, 22 He thai hath an ear, let him hear
3. 7 he that hath the key of David, he that
3. 8 thou hast a little strength and hast kept
3. ii hold that fast which thou hast, that no
3. 17 thou sayest, I am v;ch. .and have need of
4. 4 [and they had on their heads crowns of]
4. 7 the third beast had a face as a man, and
4. 8 th four beasts had each of them six wi.
5. 6 ha .i seven horns and seven eyes, which
5. 8 having ery one of them harps, and go.
6. 2 he that sat on him had a bow ; ^nd a cr.
6. 5 he that sat n him had a pair of balances
7. 2 having the seal of the living God : and
8. 3 stood at the altar, having a ,^lden censer
8. 6 the seven angels which had the seven tr.
8. 9 which were in the sea, and had life, died
9. 3 as the scorpions of the earth have power
o. 4 those men which have not the seal of G.
9. 8 they had hair as the hair of women, and
9. 9 they had breastplates, as it were breastp.
9. 10 they had tails like unto scorpions, and
9. ii they had a king over them, .the angel of
9. ii in the Greek tongue hath (his) name Ap.
9. 14 to the sixth angel which had the trumpet
9. 17 them that sat on them, having breastpla.
9. 19 like unto serpents, and had heads, and
10. 2 And he had in his hand a little book open
11. 6 These have power to shut heaven, that it i
Rev. ii. 6 and have power over waters to turn them
12. 3 having seven heads and ten horns, and
12. 6 where she hath a place prepared of God
12. 12 the devil is come down unto you, having
12. 12 he knoweth that he hath but a short time
12. 17 and have the testimony of Jesus Christ
13. i having seven heads and ten horns, and
13. 9 If any man have an ear, let him hear
13. n he had two horns like a lamb, and he sp.
13. 14 which had the wound by a sword, and
13. 17 save he that had the mark, or the name
13. 1 8 Let him that hath understanding count
14. i having his Father s name written in their
14. 6 having the everlasting gospel to preach
14. ii they have no rest day uor night, who wo.
14. 14 having on his head a golden crown, and
14. 17 another angel, .he also having a sharp si.
14. 1 8 another angel, .which had power over fire
14.. 18 cried, .to him that had the sharp sickle
15. i angels having the seven last plagues
15. 2 on the sea of glass, having the harps of G.
15. 6 seven angels, .having the seven plagues
16. 2 the ?nen which had the mark of the beast
16. 9 God, which hath power over these plagues
17. i the seven angels which had the seven vi.
17. 3 beast, .having seven heads and ten horns
17. 4 haying a golden cup in her hand full of
17. 7 which hath the seven heads and ten ho.
17. 9 And here (is) the mind which hath wisd.
17. 13 These have one mind, and shall give their
1 8. i I saw another angel, .having great power
18. 19 were made rich all that had ships in the
19. 10 thy brethren that have the testimony of
19. 12 he had a name written, that no man knew
19. 16 he hath on (his) vesture and on his thigh
20. i having the key of the bottomless pit and
20. 6 Blessed and holy (is) he that hath part
20. 6 on such the second death hath no power
21. 9 the seven angels, which had the seven v.
21. ii Having the glory of God : and her light
21. 12 And had a wall great and high, (and) had
21. 14 the wall of the city had twelve foundat.
21. 15 he that talked with me had a golden reed
21. 23 the city had no need of the sun, neither
18. To hold down, /core^o) katecho.
John 5. 4 [made whole of whatsoever disease he had]
19. To take, receive, \a/j.&di>ci> lainbano.
Marki2. 22 And the seven [had her, and] left no seed
Acts 25. 16 and have licence to answer for himself
Heb. ii. 36 others had trial of. .moekirigs and scour.
20. To receive again, jj.eTa\aijL$dvui metalambano.
Acts 24. 25 when I have a convenient season I will
21. To begin, possess, have, virdpxv hvparchO.
Acts 3. 6 Silver and gold have I none ; but such as
4. 37 Having land, sold (it), and; brought the
HAVE, can
1. To know, lie acquainted with, jn; yada.
Isa. 56. 1 1 greedy dogs (which) can never have eno.
2. To have, txw echo.
John 1 9. ii Thou couidest have uo power (at all) ag:
HAVE (a dream), to
To see (a vision), Kjq chaza.
Dan. 7. i Daniel had a dream and visions of his h.
HAVE away, to
To cause to go or imss over or beyond, -i3J alar, 5.
2 Ch-35. 23 said. .Have me away ; for I am sore \vo.
HAVE forth or out, to
To cause to go out, y; yatsa, 5.
2 Sa. 13. 9 And Amnon said, Have out all men from
2 Ki.n. 15 Have her forth without the ranges : and
2 Ch.23- 14 Have her forth of the ranges ; and whoso
HAVE here, to
To be found, present, xys inatsa, 2.
i Sa. 9. 8 I have here at hand the fourth part of a
HAVE (inheritance) to
1.7*0 inherit, "?~.j nachal,
Josh 17. 6 the daughters, .had an inheritance among
2. To fall into inheritance (?), n^n;? hs) [naphal].
Eze. 47. 22 they shall have inheritance with you am
HAVE (knowledge), to
To know, be acquainted with, yv yada.
Prov.i7. 27 He that hath knowledge spareth his wo.
30. 3 wisdom, nor have the knowledge of the
HAVE on, to
To go in, envelope, clothe, cV5va> enduo.
Matt 22. ii a man which had not on a wedding gar.
Eph. 6. 14 having on the breastplate of righteous.
H VE (possession) to
To be kept or held fast, I~N achaz, 2.
Gen. 47. 27 they had possessions therein, and grew
Nuni32. 30 they shall have possessions among you
HAVE (sufficient), to
To have, exu echo.
Lukei4. 28 whether he haye (sufficient) to finish (it)?
HAVE (understanding), to
To k)iou\ be acquainted with, J/v yada.
Job 38. 4 if thou hast understanding ; i Ch 12.32.
58
HAVE 453 HE
HAVE nothing to do with, to
X l iiiny to thee and to, /xr)5 crol Kal r<p [mlde-n].
Matt 27. 19 Have thou nothing to do with that Just
HAVE to do with, to
What to ine and to tliee 1 rl ipol Kal ffol ?[ti emoi}
Matt. 8. *j What have we to do with thee, Jesus
Mark i. 24 what have we to do with thee, thou Jesus
5. 7 What have I to do with thee, Jesus. .Son
Luke 4. 34 what have we to do with thee. .Jesus of
8. 28 What have I to do with thee, Jesus. .Son
John 2. 4 Woman, what have I to do with thee ?
HAVE to do, with whom we
Of whom ice are speaking, irpbr t>v i}fj.~tv 6 \6yos.
Heb. 4. 13 the eyes of him witli whom we have to do
HAVEN
I. Shore, haven, ]in choph.
Gen. 49. 13 Zebulun shall dwell at the haven of the
49. 13 and he (shall be) for an haven of ships
2. Haven, refuge, nnp machoz.
Psa.io;. 30 so he bringeththem unto their desired h.
Z.Haven, refuge, \I/J.TJI> limen.
Acts 27. 12 because the haven was not commodious
27. 12 Phenice. .an haven of Crete, and lieth
HAVENS, FAIR. Ka\oi Ai^utVes Kaloi Limenes.
A haven at the S. of Cape Salmone in Crete.
Acts 27. 8 came unto a place which is called theF.H.
HA-VI -LAH, nS in circle, district.
1. A son of Cush, arid descendant of Ham. B.C. 2290.
Gen. 10. 7 the sons of Cush ; Seba, and H., and Sa.
i Ch. i. 9 the sons of Cush ; Seba, and H., and Sa.
2. A son of Joktan and descendant of Shem. B.C. 2240.
Gen. 10. 29 And Ophir, and H., and Jobab : all these
i Ch. -,. 23 And Ophir, and H., and Jobab. All these
8. The land of Chicalissi W. of Ural (?).
Gen. 2. 1 1 which compasseth the whole land of H.
4. A district E. of Amalek.
Gen. 25. ic they dwelt from H. unto Shur, that (is)
i Sa. 15. 7 And Saul smote the Amalekites from H.
HAVOC of, to make
To treat outrageously, Xv^aivo^ai lumainomai.
Acts 8. 3 As for Saul, he made havoc of the church
HA -VOTH JA -IR, TX; n?n villages of Jair.
Certnin villages OD the E. of the Jordan, in Gilead or
Bashan. These villages were taken by Jair son of
Manasseh, and Gilead was allotted to his tribe, while
he named the villages after himself Havoth-jair. In
Deut. 3. 14 it is stated that Jair " took all the tract of
Argob unto the boundary of the Geshurite and the
Maachathite.and called themafter his ownnamefias/iomhai
oth-jair."
Nuni32. 41 took the small towns, .and called themll.
Deut. 3. 14 called them after his. .name, Bashan-h.-g.
J lJgio. 4 thirty cities, which are called H.-J. unto
HAWK
Hawk, j
l nets.
Lev. ii. 16 the cuckow.and the hawk after his kind
Deuti4. 15 the cuekow. and the hawk after his kind
Job 39. 26 Doth the hawk fly by thy wisdom . . stretch
HAWK, night
Owl, swallow, cuckoo, O?",? tachmas.
Lev. ii. 16 And the owl, and the night hawk, and
Deut 14. 15 And the owl, and the night hawk, and
HAY
l.Iftiy, grass, leek, Tyri chatsir.
Prov.27. 25 The hay appeareth, and the tender grass
Isa. 15. 6 the hay is withered away, the grass fail.
1. Fodder, grass, hay, \6pros chortos.
i Co. 3. 12 silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble
HA-ZA -EL, ^xiq, ^JflH God sees.
A king of Damascus who reigned from 886 to 840 B.C.
He stood in a high official capacity at Ben-hadad s
court, and was sent by the latter to Elisha (when he
visited Damascus) to ask whether he would recover
from the malady from which he was suffering. Elisha s
answer was that Benhadad might recover, but would
certainly die. When Hazael returned he murdered his
master and usurped the throne. Elijah had anointed
him as king of Syria. B.C. 906.
1 Ki.i9. 15 Go, return, .anoint H. . .king over Syria
19, 17 him that escapeth the sword of H. shall
2 Ki. 8. 8 the king said unto H., Take a present in
8. 9 So H. went to meet him, and took a pre.
8. 12 H. said, Why weepeth my lord? And he
8. 13 H. said, But what ! (is) thy servant a dog
8. 15 he died : and H. reigned in his stead
8. 28 he went with Joram . .to the waragainst H.
8. 29 when he fought against H. king of Syria
9. 14 Joram had kept Ram.-gil. . .because of H.
9. 15 when he fought with H. king of Syria
10. 32 H. smote them in all the coasts of Israel
12. 17 H. . .went up. .and H. set his face to go
12. 1 8 sent (it) to H. king of Syria : and he went
13. 3 he delivered them into the hand of H.
13. 3 into the hand of Ben-hadad the son of H.
13. 22 II. king of Syria oppressed Israel all the
13. 24 So H. king of Syria died ; and Ben-hadad
13. 25 out of thenand of Ben-hadad the son of H.
a Ch.22. 5 to war against H. king of Syriaat Ramoth
22. 6 Ramah, when he fought with H. king of
Aicos i. 4 I will send a fire into the house of H.
HA-ZA -IAH, .t;in Jah is seeing.
A man of Judah of the family of the Shilonltes, or
descendants of Shelah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 1 1. 5 the son of Col-hozeh, the son of H., the
HA-ZAR AD -DAR, TJX -|$p.
A place on the S. boundary of the promised : land, [ between Kadesh-Barnea and Azmon. The name
appears in the shorter form of Addar (or Adar, in Josh.
5- 3).
Num 34. 4 shall go on to H., and pass on to Azmon
HAZARD, to
To (five over, irapaSiScaui paradidomi.
Acts 15. 26 Men that have hazarded their lives for
HA-ZAR E -NAN, J} y iyn court of the fountains.
The spot at which the N. and E. boundaries of the pro
mised land meet. The place has been identified with
the modern Kuryctein (" the two cities"), a village more
than 60 miles E.N.E. of Damascus. Here are large
fountains, the only ones in that vast region.
Num 34. 9 and the goings out of it shall be at H.
34. 10 ye shall point out your east border from H.
Eze. 47. 17 the border from the sea shall be H., the
[In this passage the Hebrew is Ilazar-enon.]
48 i H. , the border of Damascus northward, to
HA-ZAR GAD -DAH, rna -ijq court of Gad.
A town in the S. district of Jiidah, near Heshmon, but
not identified with any modern site. Some think
Jurrah near Moladah (El-Milh) is the modern site.
Josh. 1 5. 27 And H., and Heshmon, and Beth-palet
HA -ZAR HAT-TI -CON, p prr "i$jj middle Hazar.
A place specified as on the boundary of Hauran, and
named by Ezekiel (47. 16) as one of the ultimate bound
aries of the land.
Eze. 47. 16 H., which (is) by the coast of Hauran
HA-ZAR-MA -VETH, nicnjrj court of death.
The third in order of the sons of Joktan of the family of
Shem. B.C. 2210. The name is preserved in the Arabic
Hadramaict and Hadrumawt, the appellation of a
province and ancient people of southern Arabia. This
identification of the settlement of the descendants of
Joktan is accepted by most Biblical scholars. It rests
not only on the resemblance of name, but is supported
by the fact that Joktan settled in the Yemen, along the
S. coast of Arabia; by the physical characteristics of the
people of this region, and by the identification of the
name of several others of Joktan s sons. The province of
Hadramawt is E. of the modern Yemen; anciently
the limits of the latter province embraced almost the
whole of the S. of the peninsula, extending to the dis
tricts of Shihr and Mahrek. Its capital is Shibani, a
very ancient city, whose chief ports are Alirbdt, Xa,rlri,
and Kisheem, from which in ancient times a great trade
was carried on with India and Africa.
Gen. 10. 26 Almodad, and Sheleph, and H., and Jer.
i Ch. i. 20 Almodad, and Sheleph, and H., and Jerah
HA -ZAR SHTJ -Al, Sj, i ~%n fox or jackal village.
A town in the south of Judith, between Hazar-gaddah
and Beer-sheba. The modern Saweh is at or about the
right spot, and may be a corruption of the old name.
Josh. 15. 28 And H., and Beer-sheba. and Bizjothjeh
19. 3 And H., and Balah, and Azem
i Ch. 4. 28 dwelt at Beer-sheba, and Moladah, and H.
Neh. ii. 27 And at H. . .and (in) the villages thereof
HA-ZAR STT -SAH (STJSIM), nc D i$n horse village.
A city in the extreme south of Judah, and allotted to !
Simeon ; it stood near Beth-marcaboth. another city of
j
Simeon.
Josh. 19. 5 Bath-marcaboth, and H. ; i Ch. 4. 31. |
HAZAZON. See HAZEZON.
HAZEL
Hazel, nS luz.
Gen. 30. 37 Jacob took, .of the hazel and chestnut
HA-ZE-LEL-PO -NT, "iis^yrr protection ofthe face of.
Sister of the sons of Etam in the genealogies of Judah.
B.C. 1380.
i Ch. 4. 3 and the name of their sister (was) H.
HA-ZE -RIM, C"!*n villages, courts.
A. district in the S. of Canaan near Gaza, inhabited in
ancient times by the Avim (or Avvim), a tribe that
tented over the S.W. of Palestine, and are said to have
lived in villages (Hazerim) as far as Gaza (Deut. 2. 23)
before their expulsion by the Caphtorim.
Deut. 2. 23 And the Avims which dwelt in H.
HA-ZE -ROTH, rvnyn courts, villages.
The station of the Israelites in the desert next to
Kibroth-Hattavah, and perhaps recognisable iii the
Arabic Hudhera, which is about eighteen hours journey
from Sinai on the road to Akabah.
Num ii. 35 from Kibroth unto II. ; and abode at H.
12. 16 afterward the people removed from II.
33. 17 And they departed, .and encamped at H.
33. 18 they departed from H., and pitched in
Deut. i. i Paran, and Tophel, and Laban, and H.
HA-ZE-ZON TA -MAR, -.?i? ji*n row of palms.
The ancient name of En-gedi. The Amorites were
dwelling in Hazezon-tamar when the four kings (Gen.
14. 7) made their incursion and fought their successful
battle with the five kings. The name is interpreted by
Gesenius as " the pruning or felling of the palm ;"
Jerome calls it Urbs palmarum. This may have been
the " city of palm trees "
(Judg. i. 16).
Gen. 14. 7 smote, .the Amorites, that dwelt in H.
2 Ch.2o. 2 behold, they (be) in iiazazon. .En-gedi
HA-ZI-EL, Sx m God is seeing.
A Levite of the family of Shimei or Shinii in the time
of David. This was the younger branch of the Gershonites.
B.C. 1015.
i Ch.23. 9 sons of Shimei ; Sheloniith, and H., and
HA -ZO, iin wsion, seer.
A son of Nahor by Milcah his wife. The name has not
been perpetuated in either territory or posterity, B.C.
1800. But he must be placed in Ur (of the Chaldees),
or the adjacent countries. Chazene by the Euphrates
in Mesopotamia, or Chazene in Assyria, is suggested by
Bunsen.
Gen. 22. 22 Chesed, and H., and Pildash, and Jidlaph
HA -ZOR, Tisn enclosed.
1. A fortified city allotted to Nnphtali. It was between
Ramah and Kadesh on the high ground overlooking
Lake Merom. It is now Khurubeh, " the ruins," near
Kcdcsh and Lake llidch. Jabin was its king, and it
was the chief city of the whole of North Palestine,
" the head of all those kingdoms "
(Josh. n. 10). Hazor
was the only city burnt by Joshua.
Josh. 1 1. i when Jabin king of H. had heard (those
ii. 10 Joshua at that time turned . .and took H.
ii. 10 H. . . was the head of all those kingdoms
ii. ii they smote, .and he burnt H. with fire
11. 13 Israel burned none of them, save H. only
12. 19 king of Madon, one ; the king of H., one
19. 36 And Adamah, and Ramah, and H.
Judg. 4. 2 Jabin king of Canaan, that reigned in H.
4. 17 peace between Jabin the king of H. and
1 Sa. 12. 9 hand of Sisera, captain of the host of H.
2 Ki. 15. 29 took. .H., and Gilead, and Galilee, all the
2 A city in the extreme south of Judah, named next iu
order to Kedesh (Josh. 15. 33).
Josh 15. 23 And Kedesh, and H., and Ithnan
i Ki. 9. 15 and H., and Megiddo, and Gezer
3. Hazor-Hadattah, " new Hazor," another of the
southern towns of Judah.
Josh 15. 25 and Kerioth, (and) Hezron, which (is) H.
4. A place in which the Benjamites resided after their
return from captivity. It was N. of Jerusalem, and
not far distant from it. Probably identical with Baalhazor.
Neh. ii. 33 H., Ramah, Gittaim
5. A name given to certain countries in the E. of Arabia.
Jer. 49. 28 and concerning the kingdoms of H. .which
49. 30 Flee, get you far otf . .ye inhabitants of H.
49. 33 And H. shall be a dwelling for dragons
HA-ZOR HA-DAT -TAH, ni-iiri i>xn newcourt orvillage.
A city of Judah near Kerioth. (See No. 3, under Hazor.)
Josh 15. 25 Hazor Hadattah, and Kerioth, (and) H.
HE
I. A man, any one, e> x ish.
Prov.28. 22 He that hasteth to be rich (hath) an evil
29. i He that, being often reproved, hardeneth
20. 4 but he that receiveth gifts overthroweth
2.He himself, x?n hu.
Gen. 4. 4 Abel, he also brought of the firstlings of
Isa. 9. 15 ancient and (honourable, he (is) the head
9. 15 the prophet that teacheth lies, he (is) the
3. This one, nj zeh.
Exodis. 2 LORD, is become my salvation : he (is)
4. Who 1 he who, ? mi.
2 Sa. 20. 1 1 He that favoureth Joab, and he that (is)
5. Soul, breathing thing, P} nephtsh.
Psa.ios- 18 Whose feet they hurt . .he was laid in iron
6. The hand, T yad.
Lev. 5. 7, ii And if he be not able 12 3. 25. 28.
T.He, he himself, avros autos.
Matt. i. 21 he shall save his people from their sins
3. ii he that eometh after me is mightier than
8. 24 covered with the waves : but he was asleep
12. 3 when [he] vas an hungered, and they that
14. 2 This is John the Baptist : he is risen from
16. 20 should tell no man that he was Jesus the
21. 27 he said unto them, Neither tell I you by
25. 17 And likewise, .[he] also gained other two
Mark i. 8 but he shall baptize you with the Holy G.
2. 25 And he said unto them, Have ye never
2. 25 what David did. .he, and they that were
3. 13 called, .whom he would : and they came
4 27 spring and grow up, he knoweth not how
4. 38 he was in the hinder part of the ship. asl.
6. 16 said, It is John., [he] is risen from the dead
6. 45 unto Bethsaida, while he sent away the
6. 47 midst of the sea, and he alone on the land
7. 36 the more [he] charged tlu-m, so much the
8. 29 he saith unto them, But whom say yethat
12. 21 [neither left he any seed : and the third]
14. 15 he will show you a large upper room fur.
Luke i. 17 he shall go before him in the spirit and
1. 22 he beckoned unto them, and remained
2. 28 Then took he him up in his arms, and
3. 15 mused, .whether he were the Christ, or
3. 16 he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost
4. 15 he taught in their synagogues, being glo.
4. 30 he passing through the midst of them
5. i of God, he stood by the lake of Gennesaret
5. 14 he charged him to tell no man : but go
HE 459 HEAD
Luke 5. 16 he withdrew himself into the wilderness
5. 17 came to pass on a certain day, as he was
6. 8 he knew their thoughts, and said to the
6. 20 he lifted up his eyes on bis disciples, and
6. 35 he is kind unto the unthiinkful and (to)
7. 5 loveth our nation, and he hath built us a
S. i that he went throughout every city and
8. 22 that he went into a ship with his disciples
8. 37 he went up into the ship, and returned
8. 41 and [he] was a ruler of the synagogue : and
8. 54 he put them all out, and took her by the h.
9. 51 hestedfastly set his face to go to Jerusal.
10. 38 that he entered into a certain village : and
11. ij But he, knowing their thoughts, said unto
11. 28 But he said, Yea rather, blessed (are) they
15. 14 when, .had spent all. .he began to be in
16. 24 he cried and said, Father Abraham, have
17. ii he passed through the midst of Samaria
18. 39 should hold his peace : but he cried so
19. 9 forasmuch as he also is a son of Abraham
22. 41 he was withdrawn from them about a
-3. 9 questioned with him in many words ; but
24. ->i he which should have redeemed Israel
24. 25 Then he said unto them, O fools, and slow
24. 28 he made as though he would have gone f.
24. 31 knew him ; and he vanished out of their
John i. 27 [Heitis,] whocomingafterme,ispreferred
2. 12 went down to Capernaum, he, and his m.
2. 25 should testify, .for he knew what was in
7. 10 then went he also up unto the feast, not
9. 21 he is of age, ask him ; [he] shall speak for
12. 49 he gave me a commandment, what I should
14. 10 the Father, that dwelleth in me, he doeth
18. i into the which he entered and his discip.
Acts 7. 15 So Jacob, .died, he, and our fathers
10. 42 that it is [he] which was ordained of God
14. 12 Mercurius, because he was chief speaker
16. 33 was baptized, he and all his, straightway
17. 25 seeing he giveth to all life, and breath
20. 35 how he said, It is more blessed to give
28. 6 changed their minds, and said that he was
Eph. 2. 14 he is our peace, who hath made both one
4. ii he gave some, apostles ; and some, prop.
5. 23 as Christ . .and lie is the saviour of the
5. 27 That he might present it to himself a glo.
Col. i. 17 he is before all things, and by him all
i. 18 And he is the head of the body, the chu.
1. 1 8 that in all. .he might have the pre-emin.
Heb. i. 5 I will be to him a Father, and he shall be
4. 10 he also hath ceased from his own works
Jas. 1.13 God cannot, .neither tempteth he any
i Jo. i. 7 if we walk in the light, as he is in the
2. 2 he is the propitiation for our sins ; and
2. 25 this is the promise that he hath promised
3. 24 dwelleth in him, and he in him. And
4. 10 but that he loved us, and sent his Son
4. 13 that we dwell in him, and he in us, beca.
4. 15 confess. .God dwelleth in him, and he in
4. 19 We love him, because [he] first loved us
Rev. 3. 20 come . . and will sup with him, and he with
14. 17 angel came, .he also having a sharp sickle
17. ii the beast that was, and is not, even he is
19. 15 he shall rnle them with a rod of iron
19. 15 he treadeth the wine press of the flercen.
21. 7 I will be his God, and he shall be my Son
S.That person there, fKf ivos ekeinos.
John i. iS the only begotten Son. .he hath declared
2. 21 But he spake of the temple of his body
3. 30 He must increase, but I (must) decrease
4. 25 I know that Messias cometh. .when he is
5. 19 what things soever he doeth, these also
5. 35 He was a burning and a shining light: and
5. 38 for whom he hath sent, him ye believe not
5. 46 ye would have believed me : for he wrote
6. 29 that ye believe on him whom he hath se.
7. ii the Jews sought him . . said, Where is he ?
8. 42 neither came I of myself, but he sent me
6. 44 He was a murderer from the beginning
9. 9 others (said) . . is like him : (but) he said
9. ii He answered and said A man that is cal.
9. 12 then said they unto him, Where is he?
9. 25 He answered and said, whether, .a sinner
9. 36 He answered and said. Who . . Lord, that
9. 37 Thou hast both seen him, and it is he th.
13. 25 He then lying on .lesus breast saith unto
13. 26 He it is to whom I shall give a sop, when
13. 30 He then having received the sop went
14. 21 and keepeth them, he it is that loveth
14. 26 he shall teach you all things, and bring
15. 26 when the Comforter is come, .he shall
16. 8 he will reprove the world of sin, and of
16. 13 Howbeit when he, the spirit of truth, is
16. 14 He shall glorify me. .shall receive of mine
18. 17 Art not thou also (one). .He saith, I am
18. 25 Art not thou also (one). .He denied (it)
19. 21 but that he said, I am king of the Jews
Acts 3. 13 when [he] was determined to let (him) go
2 Co. 10. 18 For not he that commendeth himself is
2 Ti. 2. 13 If we believe not, (yet) he abideth faithful
i Jo. 2.. 6 ought himself also so to walk, even as he
3. 3 every man . . purifieth himself, even as he
3. 5 ye know that he was manifested to take
3. 7 that doeth righteousness is righteous
3. 16 because he laid down his life for us : and
4. 17 because as he is, so are we in this world
9. This one here, #8e hnde.
Luke 16. 25 now [he] is comforted, and thou art torm.
10. This person here, OVTOS houtos.
Matti3. 22, 23 that received seed . .is he that heareth
27. 58 He went to Pilate, and begged the body
Luke i. 32 He shall be great, and shall be called the
19.
"
2 was the chief, .and [he] was r. 20. 28, 30.
23. 22 Why, what evil hath he done ! I have fou.
23. 35 let him save himself, if he be Christ, the
John i. 41 He first ttndeth his own brother Simon
4. 47 When he heard that Jesus was come out
6. 42 how is it then that [he] saith, I came down
6. 46 which is of God, he hath seen the Father
6. 71 for he it was that should betray him, be.
7- 35 Whither will he go, that we shall not find
18. 30 If he were not a malefactor, we would
Acts 3. 10 they knew that it was he which sat for
4. 9 impotent man, by what means he is made
7. 36 He brought them out, after that, .had
9. 15 for he is a chosen vessel unto me, to bear
9. 20 preached Christ . . that he is the Son of G.
jo. 6 He lodgeth with one Simon a tanner
10. 6 [he shall tell thee what thou oughtegt to]
10. 32 he is lodged in the house of . . Simon a ta.
10. 36 peace by Jesus Christ : he is Lord of all
17. 24 seeing that he is Lord of heaven and ear.
18. 26 he began to speak boldly in the synagogue
Rom. 8. 9 have not the spirit, .he is none of his
Jas. i. 23 he is like unto a man beholding his natu.
i. 25 [he] being not a forgetful hearer, but a
1 Jo. 2. 22 he is antichrist, that denieth the Father
2 John 9 abideth . . he hath both the Father and
11.Any one, a certain one, TIS tis.
Acts 4. 35 unto every man according as he had need
Heb. 10. 28 He that despised Moses law died without
HE also
Even that one, Kaxelvos kakeinos.
John1 4. 12 the works that I do shall he do also; and
Acts 5. 37 he also perished; and all. .as many as
2 Ti. 2. 12 if we deny (him), he also will deny us
HE himself
I.He himself, avrds autos.
Lukeio. i city and place, whither he himself would
John 6. 6 for he himself knew what he would do
6. 15 he departed again into a mountain hims.
7. 4 and he himself seeketh to be known ope.
Acts 2. 34 he saith himself, The LORD said unto my
18. 19 he himself entered into the synagogue
19. 22 but he himself stayed in Asia for a season
i Co. 2. 15 he that is spiritual . .he himself is judged
3. 15 he himself shall be saved ; yet so as by
Heb. 2. 18 in that he himself hath suffered, being
5. 2 he himself also is compassed with infirm.
3 John 10 neither doth he himself receive the bret.
Rev. 19. 12 a name, .that no man knew but he him.
I.This one himself, auros OVTOS autos houtos (gen.)
Acts 25. 25 he himself hath appealed to Augustus
3. One s self, himself, tavrov heautou.
Luke23- 2 saying that he himself is Christ a
Acts 25. 4 that he himself would depart shortly
HE that
1. If any one, e? ns ei tis.
Rev. 13. 10 He that leadeth into captivity shall go
13. 10 he that killeth with the sword must be
2.He who, As hos.
Mattio. 38 he that taketh not his cross, and followeth
Mark 3. 29 he that shall blaspheme against the Holy
4. 25 For he that hath, .and he that hath not
9. 40 he that is not against us is on our part
3. Who at least, 6o-yt hosge.
Rom. 8. 32 He that spared not his own Son, but deli.
4. Whoever, ocms hostis.
Matt23. 12 he that shall humble himself shall be ex.
HE, (even he, ) and
Even that one, Kattftvos kakeinos.
Luken. 7 And he from within shall answer and say
22. 12 And he shall show you a large upper room
John 6. 57 ;_ 7. 29 ; 19. 35.
And he, o Se ho de.
Matt. 2. 21 And he arose, and took the; 12. n
HE be
There is, there are, w\ yesh.
1 Sa. 23. 23 if he be in the land, that I will search
HE goat
I.He goat, vigorous, "uny attud.
Num. 7. 17 five rams, five he goats, five lambs of the
[So in verse 23, 29, 35, 41, 47, 5^, 50, 65, 71, 77, 83.]
7. 88 the rams sixty, the he goats sixty, the
Isa. i . ii I delight not in the blood . . of he goats
Jer. 50. 8 and be as the he goats before the flocks
51. 40 bring them down like, .rams with he go.
Eze. 34. 17 judge, .between the rams and the he go.
2.^-1 young he goat, hairy, T?y tsaphir.
2 Ch.29- 21 seven he goats, for a sin offering for the
Ezra 8. 35 twelve he goats (for) a sin offering: all
Dan. 8. 8*l herefore the he goat waxed very great
3.Hairy one of the goats, c y Y?y [tsaphir}.
Ezra 6. 17 twelve he goats, according to the number
Dan. 8. 5 an he goat came from the west, on the
HE is
There is, v.. yesh.
i Sa. 9. 12 and said, He is ; behold(he is)before you
HEAD
1. Poll, skull, nj>ita gulgoleth.
i Ch.io. 10 fastened his head in the temple of Dagon
I.PiUow, bolster, rivvrf? meraashoth.
i Ki. 19. 6 a cruse of water at his head : and he did
Z.Head, vvr\. resh.
Dan. 2. 28 the visions of thy head upon thy bed, are
2. 32 This image s head (was) of fine gold, his
2. 38 made thee ruler. .Thou (art) this head of
3. 27 nor was an hair of their head singed
4. 5 and the visions of my head troubled me
4. 10 the visions of mine head in my bed ; I
4. 13 I saw in the visions of my head upon my bed
7. i Daniel had a dream and visions of his h.
7. 6 the beast had also four heads ; and domiii.
7. 9 the hair of his head like the pure wool
7. 15 and the visions of my head troubled me
7. 20 of the ten horns that (were) in his head
4. Head, t?to rosh.
Gen. 2. 10 it was parted, and became into four heads
3. 15 it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt
40. 13, 19 Yet. .shall Pharaoh lift up thine head
40. 16 (I had) three white baskets on my head
40. 17 eat them out of the basket upon my head
40. 20 he lifted up the head of the chief butler
47. 31 Israel bowed himself upon the bed s head
48. 14 Ephraim s head, .upon Manasseh s head
48. 17 his right hand upon the head of Ephraim
48. 17 from Ephraim s head unto Manasseh s h.
48. 1 8 father, .put thy right hand upon his head
49. 26 they shall be on the head of Joseph, and
Exod.6. 14 These (be) the heads of their father s ho.
6. 25 these (are) the heads of the fathers of th
12. 9 but roast (with) fire ; his head with his
18. 25 Moses, .made them heads over the people
26. 24 above the head of it unto one ring : thus
29. 6 thou shall put the mitre upon his head
29. 7 pour (it) upon his head, and anoint him
29. 10, 15, 19 shall put their hands upon the h.
29. 17 put. .unto his pieces, and unto his head
36. 29 coupled together at the head thereof, to
Lev. i. 4 he shall put his hand upon the head of
i. 8 lay. .the head, .in order upon the wood
i. 12 his pieces, with his head and his fat : ami
i. 15 the priest shall. . wring off his head, and
3. 2, 8, 13 he shall lay his hand upon the head
4. 4 lay his hand upon the bullock s head, and
4. ii with his h>ad, and with his legs, and his
4. 15 shall lay their hands upon the head of the
4. 24, 29, 33 he shall lay his hand upon the head
5. 8 and wring off his head from his neck, but
8. 9 he put the mitre upon his head ; also upon
8. 12 And he poured, .oil upon Aaron s head
8. 14, 18, 22 laid their hands upon the head of
8. 20 Moses burnt the head, and the pieces, and
9. 13 with the pieces thereof, and the head
10. 6 And Moses said . . Uncover not your heads
13. 12 the plague from his head even to his foot
13. 29 If a man. .have a plague upon the head
13. 30 (even) a leprosy upon the head or beard
13. 40 the man whose hair is fallen off his head
13. 41 from the part of his head toward his face
13. 44 a leprous man. .his plague (is) in his head
13. 45 clothes shall be rent, and his head bare
14. 9 he shall shave all his hair off his head
14. 18, 29 upon the head of him that is to be
16. 21 shall lay both his hands upon the head
16. 21 putting them upon the head of the goat
19. 27 shall not round the corners of your heads
21. 5 shall not make baldness upon their head
21. 10 upon whose head the. .oil was poured
21. 10 shall not uncover his head, nor rend his
24. 14 let all. .lay their hands upon his head
Num. i. 4 every one head of the house of his fathers
i. 1 6 princes, .heads of thousands in Israel
5. 18 priest shall, .uncover the woman s head
6. 5 there shall no razor come upon his head
6. 5 shall let the locks of the hair of his head
6. 7 consecration of his God (is^ upon his head
6. 9 hath defiled the head of his consecration
6. 9 then he shall shave his head in the day
6. ii and shall hallow his head that same day
6. 18 And the Nazarite shall shave the head of
6. 1 8 and shall take the hair of the head of his
7. 2 heads of the house of their fathers, who
8. 12 shall lay their hands upon the heads of
TO. 4 heads of the thousands of Israel, shall
13. 3 those men (were) heads of the children of
17. 3 the head of the house of their fathers
25. 4 Take all the heads of the people, and ha.
25. 15 he (was) head over a people, (and) of a c.
30. i Moses spake unto the heads of the tribes
Deut. 1.15 and made them heads over you, captains
5. 23 the heads of your tribes, and your elders
21. 12 shall shave her head, and pare her nails
28. 13 the LORD shall make thee the head, and
28. 23 thy heaven that (is) over thy head shall
28. 44 he shall be the head, and thou shalt be
33. 5 the heads of the people (and) the tribes
33. 16 come upon the head of Joseph, and upon
33. 21 he came with the heads of the people
Josh. 2. 19 blood (shall be) upon his head, .on our h.
7. 6 and the elders, .put dust upon their he.
11. 10 was the head of all those kingdoms
14. i the heads of the fathers of the tribes of
19. 51 the heads of the fathers of the tribes of
21. i came near the heads . .unto the heads
22. 21, 30 heads of the thousands of Israel
23. 2 for their elders, and for their heads, and
24. i for their heads, and for their judges, and
Judg. 5. 26 smote Sisera, she smote off his head, when
7. 25 brought the heads of Oreb and Zeeb to G.
8. 28 so. .they lifted up their heads no more
9. 53 cast a. .millstone upon Abimelech s head
HEAD 4GO HEAL
Judy. 9. 57 evil, .did God render upon their heads
10. 18 sh:Ul be head over all the inhabitants of
n. 8 be our head overall the inhabitants of G.
n. 9 And Jephthah said . .shall I l>e your head?
11. ii the people made him head and captain
13. 5 no razor shall come on his head : for the
16. 13 weavest the seven locks of my head with
16. 17 hath not come a razor upon mine head
16. 19 to shave off the seven locks of his head
16. 22 the hair of his head began to grow again
i Sa. i. ii there shall no razor come upon his head
4. 12 his clothes rent, and. .earth upon his he.
5. 4 head of Dagon anil both the palms of his
10. i took a vial, .and poured (it) upon his he.
14. 45 there .-hall not one hair of his head fall
15. 17 the head of the tribes of Israel, and the
17. 5 an helmet of brass upon his head, and he
17. 38 he put an helmet of brass upon his head
17. 46 smite thee, and take thine head from thee
17. 51 David, .slew him, and cut off his head
17. 54 David took the head of the Philistine, and
17. 57 the head of the Philistine in his hand
25. 39 wickedness of Nalial upon his own head
28. 2 make thee keeper of mine head for ever
29. 4 (should it) not (be) with the heads of these
31. 9 they cut off his head, and stripped off his
aSa. i. 2 his clothes rent, and earth upon his head
i. 10 took the crown that (was) upon his head
1. 16 David said. .Thy blood (be) upon thy head
2. 16 caught every one his fellow by the head
3. 8 Abner. .said, (Am) I a dog s head, which
3. 29 Let it rest on the head of Joab, and on all
4. 7 beheaded him, and took his head, and gat
4. 8 they brought the head of Ish-bosheth unto
4. 8 Behold the head of Ish-bosheth the son of
4. 12 but they took the head of Ish-bosheth
12. 30 took their king s crown from off his head
12. 30 stones : and it was (set) on David s head
13. 19 Tamar put ashes on her head, and rent h.
13. 19 laid her hand on her head, and went on
14. 26 when he polled his head, for it was at
14. 26 he weighed the hair of his head at two
15. 30 as he went up, and had his head covered
15. 30 all the people, .covered every man his h.
15. 32 with his coat rent, and earth upon his h.
16. 9 let me go over, .and take off his head
18. 9 his head, caught hold of the oak, and he
20. 21 his head shall be thrown to thee over the
20. 22 they cut off the head of Sheba the son of B.
22. 44 hast kept me (to be) head of the heathen
j Ki. 2. 32 shall return his blood upon his own head
2. 33 head of Joab, and upon the head of his
2. 37 thy blood shall be upon thine own head
2. 44 return thy wickedness upon thine, .head
8. i all the heads of the tribes, the chief of
8. 32 bring his way upon his head ; and justi.
20. 31 let us. .put. .ropes upon our heads, and
20. 32 So they, .(put) ropes on their heads, and
aKi. 2. 3, 5 take, .thy master from thy head today?
4. 19 he said unto his father, My head, my h. !
6. 25 until an ass s head was (sold) for fourscore
6. 31 if the head of Klisha the son of Shaphat
6. 32 hath sent to take away mine head ?
9. 3 take . . oil, and pour (it) on his head, and
9. 6 he poured the oil on his head, and said
9. 30 she painted her face, and tired her head
10. 6 take ye the heads of. .your master s sons
10. 7 put their heads in baskets, and sent him
10. 8 brought the heads of the king s sons
19. 21 Jerusalem hath shaken her head at thee
25. 27 did lift up the head of Jehoiachin king of
j Ch. 5. 24, 24 heads of the house of their fathers
7. 2, 40 heads ov
f their father s house
7. 7, p heads of the house of (their) fathers
7. ii All these, .by the heads of their fathers
8. 6, 13 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 their
9. 13 heads of the house of their fathers, a tho.
10. 9 they took his head, and his armour, and
12. 19 He will fall, .to (the jeopardy of) our he.
12. 32 the heads of them (were) two hundred
20. 2 David took the crown . . from off his head
20. 2 it was set upon David s head : and he br.
29. ii and thou art exalted as head above all
j Ch. 3. 16 put (them) on the heads of the pillars ; and
5. 2 and all the heads of the tribes, the chief
6. 23 recompensing his way upon his own head
28. 12 of the heads of the children of Kphraim
Ezra 9. 3 plucked off the hair of my head and of
9. 6 Our iniquities are increased over (our) h.
Neh 4. 4 turn their reproach upon their own head
Esth. 2. 17 he set the royal crown upon her head
6. 8 the crown royal which is set upon his h.
6. 12 house mourning, and having ihis head co.
9. 25 should return upon his own head, and
Job i. 20 Then Job arose . . and shaved his head, and
2 12 and sprinkled dust upon their heads to.
10. 15 (yet) will I not lift up my head. I (am)
16. 4 I could heap up words . . and shake mine h.
19. 9 He hath . .taken the crown (from) my h.
20. 6 and his head reach unto the clouds
29. 3 When his candle shined upon my head
41. 7 Canst thou fill . .his head with fish spears?
Psa. 3. 3 my glory, and the lifter up of mine head
7. 16 mischief shall return upon his own head
18. 43 hast made me the head of the heathen : a
21. 3 settest a crown of pure gold on his head
72. 7 they shoot out the lip, they shake the h.
23. 5 thou anointest my head with oil ; my cup
24. 7, 9 Lift up your heads, O ye gates, .lift up
27. 6 now shall mine head be lifted up above
Psa. 38. 4 mine iniquities are gone over mine head
40. 12 they are more than the hairs of mine he.
44. 14 a shaking of the head among the people
60. 7 Kphraim also (is) the strength of mine h.
66. 12 hast caused men to ride over our heads
68. 21 God shall wound the head of his enemies
69. 4 are more than the hairs of mine head
74. 13 thou hrakest the heads of the dragons
74. 14 Thou brakest the heads of leviathan in
83. 2 they that hate thee have lifted . . the head
108. 8 Ephraim..(is) the stnnuth of mine head
109. 25 looked upon me they shaked their heads
1 10. 6 he shall wound the heads over many cou.
1 10. 7 drink, .therefore shall he lift up the head
1 18. 22 is become the head (stone) of the corner
133. 2 the precious ointment upon the head
140. 7 thou hast covered my head in the day of
140. 9 the head of those that compass me about
141. 5 oil, (which) shall not break my head : for
Prov. i. 9 an ornament of grace unto thy head, and
4. 9 shall give to thine head an ornament of
10. 6 Blessings (are) upon the head of the just
11. 26 blessing (shall be) upon the head of him
25. 22 shall heap coals of fire upon his head, and
Eccl. 2. 14 The wise man s eyes (are) in his head ; but
9. 8 and let thy head lack no ointment
Song 2. 6 His left hand (is) under my head, and his
5. 2 for my head is tilled with dew, (and) my
5. ii His head (is as) the most flue gold ; his
7. 5 Thine head upon thee (is) like Carmel, and
7. 5 hair of thine head like purple : the king
8. 3 His left hand (should be) under my head
Isa. i. 5 The whole head is sick, and. .heart faint
1. 6 even unto the head (there is) no soundn.
7. 8 For the head of Syria (is) Damascus, and
7. 8 head of Damascus (is) Kezin ; and within
7. 9 head of Ephraim . .and the head of Sam.
7. 20 the head, and the hair of the feet : and it
9. 14 will cut olf from Israel head and tail
9. 15 The ancient and honourable, he (is) the h.
15. 2 on all their heads (shall be) baldness, (and)
19. 15 work..whicL1 the head or tail, .may do
28. i which (are) on the bead of the fat valleys
28. 4 which (is) on the head of the fat valley
35. 10 and everlasting joy upon their heads : they
37. 22 daughter, .hath shaken her head at thee
51. n everlasting joy (shall be) upon their head
51. 20 they lie at the head of all the streets, as
58. 5 (is it) to bow down his head as a bulrush
59. 17 and an helmet of salvation upon his head
Jer. 2. 37 and thine hands upon thine head : for
9. i Oh that my head were waters, and mine
14. 3 they were ashamed, .and covered their h.
14. 4 were ashamed, they covered their heads
18. 16 evcvy one that passeth. .shall, .wag his h.
22. 6 Thou (art) Gilead . .(and) the head of L.
23. 19 grievously upon the head of the wicked
30. 23 fall with pain upon the head of the wic.
48. 37 For every head (shall be) bald, and every
52. 31 lifted up the head of Jehoiachin king of
Lam. 2. 10 they have cast up dust upon their heads
2. 10 the virgins, .hang down their heads to
2. 15 they . .wag their head at the daughter of
3. 54 Waters flowed over mine head ; (then) I
5. 1 6 The crown is fallen (from) our head : woe
Eze i. 22 upon the heads of the living creature
i. 22 stretched forth over their heads above
i. 25, 26 the firmament that (was) over their h.
5. i cause (it) to pass upon thine head and
7 18 faces, and baldness upon all their heads
8. 3 took me by a lock of mine head ; and the
9. 10 will recompense their way upon their h.
10. i that was above the head of the cherubim
10. ii whither the head looked they followed it
11. 21 recompense their way upon their own h.
13. 1 8 kerchiefs upon the head of every stature
16. 12 and a beautiful crown upon thine head
16. 25 thy high place at every head of the way
16. 31 eminent place in the head of every way
16. 43 will recompense thy way upon (thine) h.
17. 19 it will I recompense upon his own head
21. 19 chose (it) at the head of the way to the
21. 21 stood, .at the head of the two ways, to
22. 31 have I recompensed upon their heads
23. 15 in dyedttttire upon their heads, all of them
23. 42 and beautiful crowns upon their heads
24. 23 And your tires (shall be) upon your heads
27. 30 and shall cast up dust upon their heads
29. 1 8 every head (was) made bald, and every
32. 27 laid their swords under their heads ; but
42. 12 a door in the head of the way, (even) the
44. 18 shall have linen bonnets upon their heads
44. 20 Neither shall they shave their heads, nor
44. 20 grow long ; they shall only poll their hea.
Dan. 1. 10 ye make (me) endanger my head to the
Hos. i. ii appoint themselves one head, and they
Joel 3. 4, 7 return your recompence upon your. .h.
Amos 2. 7 of the earth on the head of the poor
8. 10 I will bring, .baldness upon every head
9. i and cut them in the head, all of them
Obad. 15 reward shall return upon thine own head
Jon. 2. 5 the weeds were wrapped about my head
4. 6 that it might be a shadow over his head
4. 8 the sun beat upon the head of Jonah, that
Mic. 2. 13 and the LORD on the head of them
3. i Hear, I pray you, O heads of Jacob, and
3. 9 Hear this . . ye heads of the house of Jacob
3. ii The heads thereof judge for reward, and
Hab. 3. 13 thou woundest the head out of the house
3. 14 with his staves the head of his villages
Zech. i. 21 so that no man did lift up his head : hut
3. 5 Let them set a fair mitre upon his head
Zech. 3. 5 So they set a fair mitre upon his head
6. 1 1 set (them) upon the head of Joshua the
5. The head, Kt<ct\^ kephale.
Matt. 5. 36 Neither shalt thou swear by thy head, be.
6. 17 when thou fastest, anoint thine head, and
8. 20 Son of man hath not where to lay (his; h.
10. 30 very hairs of your head are all nuniKt-n 1
14. 8 Give me. .John Baptist s head in a char.
14. ii his head wab brought in a charger, and
ai. 42 the same is become the head of the cor.
26. 7 poured (it) on his head, as he sat (at ment)
27. 29 they put (it) upon his head, and a reed
27. 30 took the reed, and smote him on the head
27. 37 set up over his head his accusation writ.
27. 39 And they, .reviled him. va..L-UIL their he.
Mark 6. 24 she said, The head of John thi- J
apti>t
6. 25 give me. .in a charger the head of John
6. 27 and commanded his head to be brought
6. 28 brought his head in a charger, and gave
12. 10 stone, .is become the head of the comer
14. 3 brake the box, and poured (it) on his head
15. 19 they smote him on the head with a reed
15. 29 they, .railed on him, wagging their heads
Luke 7. 38 did wipe (them) with the hairs of her head
7. 44 wiped (them) with the hairs of her head
7. 46 My head with oil thou didst not anoint
9. 58 Son of man hath not where to lay (his) h.
12. 7 very hairs of your head are all numbered
20. 17 the same is become the head of the cor.?
21. 18 shall not an hair of your head perish
21. 28 then look up, and lift up your heads ; for
Johni3. 9 Lord, not my feet only but also (my), .he.
19. 2 a crown of thorns, and put (it) on his head
19. 30 he bowed his head, nnd gave up the ghost
20. 7 And the napkin, that was about his head
20. 12 two angels.. sitting, the one at the head
Acts 4. ii which is become the head of the corner
18. 6 Your blood (be) upon your own heads ; 1
18. 18 having shorn (his) head in Cenchrea : for
21. 24 that they may shave (their) heads : and all
27. 34 shall not an hair fall from the head of any
Horn 12. 20 thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head
i Co. ii. 3 that the head of every man is hrist ; and
n. 3 the head of the woman, .and the head
11. 4 (his) head covered, dishonoureth his head
ii. 5 head uncovered, dishonoureth her head
in 7 man indeed ought not to cover (his) head
11. 10 power on (her) head because of the angels
12. 21 nor again the head to the feet, I have no
Eph. i. 22 gave him (to be) the head over all (things)
4. 15 into him . .which is the head, (even) Christ
5. 23 For the husband is the head of the wife
5. 23 even as Christ is the head of the church
Col. i. 18 he is the head of the body, the church
2. 10 is the head of all principality and power
2. 19 not holding the Head, from which all the
i Pe. 2. 7 the same is made the head of the corner
Rev. i. 14 His head and . .hairs (were) white like w.
4. 4 they had on their heads crowns of gold
9. 7 on their heads (were) as it were crowns
9. 17 the heads of the horses (were) as the heads
9. 19 like unto serpents, and had heads, and
10. i and a rainbow (was) upon his head, and
12. i upon her head a crown of twelve stars
12. 3 great red dragon, having seven heads and
12. 3 tenhorns.andsevencrownsuponhisheads
13. i beast, .having seven heads and ten horns
13. i npon his heads the name of blasphemy
13. 3 I saw one of his heads as it were wounded
14. 14 having on his head a golden crown, and
17. 3 beast, .having seven heads and ten horns
17. 7 which hath the seven heads and ten horns
17. 9 The seven heads are seven mountains, on
18. 19 they cast dust on their heads, and cried
19. 12 and" on his head (were) many crowns ; and
HEAD, -wound in the
To bring to a head, Kt(pa\aivu btphafaioS.
Marki2. 4 cast stones, and wounded (him) in the h.
[See also Ox head, bald, cow, crown, grey, hoar, hoary,
top.]
TTEATi (of a hatchet or spear)
I.Iron, fy-is barzel.
Deut 19. 5 and the head slippeth from the helve, and
2. Flame, Made, njnS, lahcbeth.
1 Sa. 17. 7 spear s head (weighed) six hundred shek.
HEADBANDS
Bands, girdle, D lfp yishshurim.
Isa. 3. 20 the head bands, and the tablets, and the
HEADLONG, to cast down
To cast down a precipice, KaraKpripvifa katakrfm.
Luke 4. 29 that they might cast him down headlong
HEADLONG, to fall
To fall forward, irpi)v\is yivopai prints (jinnmai.
Acts i. 1 8 falling headlong, he burst asunder in the
HEAD STONE
Stone of the head, ."V^ ;ZN ct#n roshah.
Zech. 4. 7 and he shall bring forth the head stone
HEADY -
Falling forwcrd, irpoirfr^s propetes.
2 Ti. 3. 4 heady, high minded, lovers of pleasures
HEAL, to
1. To heal, repair, KZ~i rapha.
Gen. 20. 17 and God healed Abimelech, and his wife
Exodis- 26 for I (am) the LORD that healeth thee
HEALED 461 HEAR
.
Nunrn. 13 Heal her now, O God, I beseech thee
Deut 3 2. 39 and I make alive; I wound, and I heal
2 Ki.2o. 5 I have seen thy tears : behold, I will heal
20. 8 the sign that the LORD will heal me, and
2 Ch. 7. 14 forgive their sin, and will heal their land
30. 20 LORD hearkened, .and healed the people
Psa. 6. 2 () LORD, heal me ; for my bones are vexed
30. 2 I cried unto thee, and thou hast healed
41. 4 LORD, be merciful unto me : heal my soul
60. 2 heal the breaches thereof ; for it shaketh
103. 3 Who forgiveth . . who healeth all thy dis.
107. 20 He sent his word, and healed them, and
147. 3 He healeth the broken in heart, and bin.
Eccl. 3 3 A time to kill, and a time to heal ; a time
Isa. 19. 22 he shall smite and heal (it) : and they shall
19. 22 be entreated of them, and shall heal them
30! 26 and healeth the stroke of their wound
57. 18 I have seen Ins ways, and will heal him
57. 19 saith the LORD ; and I will heal him
Jer. 3. 22 Return . .(and) I will heal your backslid.
17. 14 Heal me, LORD . . save me, and I shall be
30. 17 I will heal thee of thy wounds, saith the
Lam. 2. 13 thy breach (is) great . . who can heal thee ?
Hos. 5. 13 yet could he not heal you, nor cure you
6. i he hath torn, and he will heal us ; he hath
7. i When I would have healed Israe*. then
11. 3 but they knew not that I healed them
14. 4 I will heal their backsliding, I will love
2. To heal, $1 rapha, 3.
2 Ki. 2. 21 I have healed these waters ; there shall
Jer. 6. 14 They have healed also the hurt (of the
8. 1 1 they have healed the hurt of the daughter
51. 9 We would have healed Babylon, but she
Eze. 34. 4 neither have ye healed that which was
Zeeh. ii . 16 nor heal that that is broken, nor feed that
3. To make thoroughly sound or whole, Siacrwfa.
Luke 7. 3 that he would come and heal his servant
4. With a view to healing, eis taaiv eis iasin.
Acts 4. 30 By stretching forth thine hand to heal
5.To attend to, heal, eepairevea therapeuo.
Matt. 4. 23 healing all manner of sickness and all
4. 24 that had the palsy ; and he healed them
8. 7 saith unto him, I will come and heal him
8. 1 6 and he. .healed all that were sick
9. 35 healing every sickness and every disease
10. i to heal all manner of sickness, and all
10. 8 Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise
12. 10 Is it lawful to heal on the sabbath days?
12. 15 followed him, and he healed them all
12. 22 he healed him, insomuch that the blind
14. 14 with compassion . .and he healed their sick
15. 30 cast them . .at Jesus feet ; and he healed
19. 2 followed him ; and he healed them there
21. 14 the lame came to him. .and he healed them
Mark i. 34 he healed many that were sick of divers
3. 2 he would heal him on the sabbath day
3. 10 he had healed many ; insomuch that they
3. 15 to have power [to heal] sicKness, and to
6. 5 upon a few sick folk, and healed (them)
6. 13 many that were sick, and healed (them)
Luke 4. 23 this proverb, Physician, heal thyself
4. 40 on every one of them, and healed them
5. 15 to be healed by him of their infirmities
6. 7 whether he would heal on the sabbath d.
6. iS with unclean spirits : and they were he.
8. 2 11-jaled of evil spirits and infirmities
8. 43 physicians, neither could be healed of any
9. 6 preaching . . and healing every where
10. 9 heal the sick that are therein ; and say
13. 14 Jesus had healed on the sabbath day, and
13. 14 in them therefore come and be healed
14. 3 Is it lawful to heal on the sabbath day?
Acts 4. 14 man which was healed standing with them
5. 16 sick folks, .they were healed every one
8. 7 palsies, and that were lame, were healed
28. 9 others . . which had diseases . . were healed
Rev. 13. 3 his deadly wound was healed : and all the
13. 12 first beast, whose deadly wound was heal.
6. To heal, iaopai iamnai.
Matt. 8. 8 but speak, .and my servant shall be heal.
8. 13 servant was healed in the self same hour
13. 15 be converted, and I should heal them
Mark 5. 29 felt, .that she was healed of that plague
Luke 4. 18 [hath sent me to heal the broken-hearted]
5. 17 the power of the Lord was (present) to h.
6. 17 and to be healed of their diseases
6. 19 virtue out of him, and healed (them) all
7. 7 but say. .and my servant shall be healed
8. 47 and how she was healed immediately
9. 2 preach the kingdom . .and to heal the sick
9. ii and healed them that had need of healing
9. 42 healed the child, and delivered him again
14. 4 took (him), and healed him, and let him go
17. 15 when he saw that he was healed, turned
22. 51 And he touched his ear, and healed him
John 4.47 that he would come down, and heal his son
5. 13 And [he that was healed] wist not who it
12. 40 and be converted, and I should heal them
Acts 3. 1 1 man which [was healed] held Peter and Jo.
10. 38 healing all that were oppressed of the
28. 8 and laid his hands on him, and healed him
28. 27 be converted, and I should heal them
Heb. 12. 13 which is lame, .let it rather be healed
Jas. 5. 16 pray . .for another, that ye may be healed
i Pe. 2. 24 by whose stripes ye were healed
7. To make sound, or whole, ffiafa sozrl.
Mark 5. 23 thy hands on her, that she may be healed
Luke 8. 36 he. .possessed of the devils was healed
Acts 14. 9 perceiving that he had faith to be healed
HEALED, to be
l.To heal, be healed, N?T rapha.
Isa. 6. 10 and understand . . and convert, and be he.
2. To be or become healed, N^ rapha, 2.
Lev. 13. 1 8 The flesh, .was a boil, and is healed
13. 37 the scall is healed, he (is) clean : and the
14. 3 plague of leprosy be healed in the leper
14. 48 house clean, because the plague is healed
Deut28. 27 itch, whereof thou canst not be healed
28. 35 a sore botch that cannot be healed, from
1 Sa. 6. 3 ye shall be healed, and it shall be known
2 Ki. 2. 22 So the waters were healed unto this day
Isa. 53. 5 and with his stripes we are healed
Jer. 15. 18 incurable, (which) refuseth to be healed?
17. 14 I shall be healed ; save me, and I shall
51. 8 take balm, .if so be she may be healed
51. 9 she is not healed ; forsake her, and let us
Eze. 47. 8 (being) brought, .the waters shall be he.
47. 9 they shall be healed ; and every thing shall
47. 1 1 and the marishes thereof shall not be h.
3. To let self be healed, NET rapha, 7.
2 Ki. 8. 29 Joram went back to be healed in Jezreel
9. 15 Joram was returned to be healed in Jez.
2 Ch.22. 6 And he returned to be healed in Jezreel
4. To give remedies, nix?"] jnj nathan rephuoth.
Eze. 30. 21 it shall not be bound up to be healed, to
HEALED, to cause to be
To heal, cause to be healed, NET rapha, 3.
Exod2i. 19 shall cause (him) to be thoroughly healed
TTRAT.F. R.
To bind up, gird, viy\ chabash.
Isa. 3. 7 I will not be an healer ; for in my house
HEALING
1. 1 Veakening, ring kehah.
Nah. 3. 19 (There) is no healing of thy bruise ; thy
2. Healing, US )? marpe.
Jer. 14. 19 (there is) no healing for us ? we looked
14. 19 the time of healing, and behold trouble !
Mai. 4. 2 the Sun.. arise with healing in his wings
3. What raises up, strengthens, n^n tealah.
Jer. 30. 13 bound up : thou hast no healing medici.
4. A ttendance, healing, Bfpairfia tlierapeia.
Luke 9. ii and healed them that had need of heal.
Rev. 22. 2 (were) for the healing of the nations
^.Healing, tafj.a iama.
1 Co. 12. 9 the gifts of healing by the same spirit
12. 28 then gifts of healings, helps
12. 30 Have all the gifts of healing ? do all
6. Healing, iacris iasis.
Acts 4. 22 on whom this miracle of healing was sh.
HEALTH
I.Lengthening, prolongation, ^3"$, nans arukah.
Isa. 58. 8 thine health shall spring forth speedily
Jer. 8. 22 why then is not the health of the daugh.
30. 17 I will restore health unto thee, and I
33. 6 I will bring it health and cure, and I
2. Safety, .tj^B>? yeshuah.
Psa. 42. ii the health of my countenance, and my G.
43. 5 the health of my countenance, and myG.
Z.Healing, KS"io marpe.
Prov. 4. 22 For they (are), .health to all their flesh
12. 18 but the tongue of the wise (is) health
13. 17 but a fiiitlifnl ambassador (is) health
16. 24 sweet to the soul, and health to the bones
Jer. 8. 15 for a time of health, and behold trouble !
i.ffealing, niNEH riphuth.
Prov. 3. 8 It shall be health to thy navel, and mar.
5. Peace, completeness, Q hy shalom.
2 Sa. 20. 9 Joab said. (Art) thou in health, my bro.?
6. Soundness, safety, <r<arripta soteria.
Acts 27. 34 this is for your health : for there shall
HEALTH, to be in
To be in health, vyialvia hugiaino.
3 John 2 that thou mayest prosper and be in health
HEAP
I.Heap, 73 gal.
Gen. 31. 46 heap : and they did eat there upon the h.
31. 48 This heap (is) a witness between me and
31. 51 Behold this hoap, and behold (this) pillar
31. 52 This heap (be) witness, and (this) pillar
31. 52 I will not pass over this heap to thee
31. 52 over this heap and this pillar unto me
Josh. 7. 26 a great heap of stones unto this day
8. 29 and raise thereon a great heap of stones
2 Sa. 18. 17 laid a very great heap of stones upon him
2 Ki.ig. 25 to lay waste, .cities (into) ruinous heaps
Job 8. 17 His roots are wrapped about the heap,(and)
15. 28 houses . . which are ready to become heaps
Isa. 25. 2 thou hast made of a city an heap ; (of) a
37. 26 lay waste . .cities (into) ruinous heaps
Jer. 9. 1 1 I will make Jerusalem heaps, (and) a den
51. 37 Babylon shal1
. become heaps, a dwelling
Hos. 12. ii as heaps in the furrows of the fields
2. Mass, T?n chomer.
Exod. 8. 14 they gathered them together upon heaps
Hab. 3. 15 walk, .(through) the heap of great waters
1 3. Heap (of ruins), yp mei.
1 Isa. 17. i a city, &nd it shall be a rubious heap
4. Heap, mound, wall, I} ned.
Exod 1 5. 8 the floods stood upright as an heap, (and)
Josh. 3. 13 and they shall stand upon an neap
3. 1 6 upon an heap very far from the city Adam
Psa. 33. 7 the waters of the sea together as an heap
78. 13 he made the waters to stand as an heap
Isa. 17. ii the harvest, (shall be) a heap in the day
5.Heap (of ruins), y i.
Psa. 79. i they have laid Jerusalem on heaps
Jer. 26. 1 8 and Jerusalem shall become heaps, and the
Mic. i. 6 will make Samaria as an heap of the field
3. 12 and Jerusalem shall become heaps,and the
6. Heap, ncny. aremah.
Ruth 3. 7 iie down at the end of the heap of corn
2 011.31. 6 of holy things, .and laid (them) by heaps
31. 7 began to lay the foundation of the heaps
31. 8 and the princes came and saw the heapa
31. 9 Hezekiah questioned, .concerning the h.
Neh. 4. 2 revive the stones out of the heaps of the
Song 7. 2 .in heap of wheat set about with lilies
Jer. 50. 26 cast her up as heaps, and destroy her ut.
Hag. 2. 16 (one) came to an heap of twenty (meas.)
7.Mound, heap, hillock, Sn tel.
Deuti3. 16 it shall be an heap for ever; it shall not
Josh 8. 28 burnt Ai, and made it an heap for ever
Jer. 30. 1 8 city shall be builded upon her own heap
49. 2 Rabbah. .shall be a desolate heap, and
HEAP, to
l.To put, put down, nrui chathiih.
Prov 25. 22 thou shall heap coals of fire upon his h.
2. To add, n?? saphah, 5.
Deut 32. 23 I will heap mischiefs upon them ; I will
9. To heap up, i;v tsabar.
Hab. i. 10 for they shall heap dust, and take it
4. To press together (with the fingers), { Ji? qabats.
Hab. 2. 5 gathereth. .and heapcth unto him all
5. To make much, multiply, ^~] raltah, 5.
Eze. 24. 10 Heap on wood, kindle the fire, consume
6. To heap up upon, fTrtff&pevw episorcvfl.
2 Ti. 4. 3 shall they heap to themselves teachers
7. To heap up, ffwpfvu soreuo.
Rom. 12. 20 for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of
HEAP up, to
1. To join, associate, or heap together, ~i." chnbar, 5.
Job 16. 4 I could heap up words against you, aud
2. To gather or heap up, DJJ kanas.
Eccl. 2. 26 to gather and to heap up, that he may g.
3. To heap up, tyf tsabar.
Job 27. 16 Though he heap up silver as the dust, and
Psa. 39. 6 he heapeth up (riches), and knoweth not
Zech. 9. 3 Tyrus. .heaped up silver as the dust, and
4. To place, set, put, cy, C iy sum, sim.
Job 36. 13 the hypocrites in heart heap up wrath
HKAP treasure together, to
To treasure up, 6t]<ra.vpi^u>
thesauri^.
Jas. 5. 3 Ye have heaped treasure together for the
HEAPS (high)
1. Twofold heaps, &rrr\m~hc~c!iamor chamorathayim.
Judg 15. 16 heaps upon heaps, with the jaw of an ass
2. Heaps, D lay tsibburim.
2 Ki. 10. 8 And he said, Lay ye them in two heaps
3. High heaps (as way marks), D in?ri tamrurim.
Jer. 31. 21 Set. .up way marks, make thee high heaps
HEAR
Hearing of the ear, Jix y::y shema ozcn.
Psa. 18. 44 As soon as they hear of me, they shall
HEAR, to
1. To give ear, JIN azan, 5.
Psa. 1 35. 17 They have ears, but they hear not, neither
140. 6 hear the voice of my supplications, O L.
2.7*0 answer, respond, njj, anah.
i Sa. 7. 9 and Samuel cried . and the LORD heard
8. 18 the LORD will not hear you in that day
i Ki. 18. 26 called on the name of Baal. .O Baal, hear
18. 37 Hear me, O LORD, hear me; that this p.
Job 30. 20 I cry unto thee, and thou dost not hear
Psa. 3. 4 he heard me out of his holy hill. Selah
i Hear me when I call, O God of my right.
3 Consider (and) hear me, O LORD my God
6 for thou wilt hear me, O God : incline
i The LORD hear thee in the day of trouble
20. 6 he will hear him from his holy heaven
20. 9 LORD : let the King hear us when we call
22. 2 I cry in the day time, but thou hearest
22. 21 for thou hast heard me from the horns of
34. 4 I sought the LORD, and he heard me, and
38. 15 do I hope : thou wilt hear, O Lord my G.
55. 2 Attend unto me, and hear me : I mourn
60. 5 save (with) thy right hand, and hear me
69. 13 in the multitude of thy mercy hear me
69. 16 Hear me, O LORD ; for thy loving kindn.
69. 17 for I am in trouble : hear me speedily
86. i Bow down thine ear, O LORD, hear me
118. 21 I will praise thee : for thou hast heard
119. 26 I. .declared my ways, and thou heardest
119. 145 hear me. OLoRD : I will keep thy statutes
120. i I cried unto the LORD, and he heard me
143. 7 Hear me speedily, LORD ; my spirit fa
Isa. 41.17 LORD will hear them, (I) the God of Israel
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20.
HEAR 462 HEAR
Isa. 49. 8 In an acceptable time have I heard thee
ifos. 2. 21 in that day, I will hear, saith the LORD
2. 21 I will hear the heavens, and they shall h.
2. 22 earth shall hear, .and they shall hear Je.
14. 8 I have heard (him), and observed him : I
Jon. a. 2 I eried . . unto the LORD, and he-heard me
Mic. 3. 4 he will not hear them : he will even hide
Zech 10. 6 I (am) the LORD their (iod, and will hear
13. 9 they shall call on my name, and I will h.
3. Hearing, yyy shema.
Hos. 7. 12 chastise, .as their congregation hath he
4. To hear, yap shamea.
Oen. 3. 8 And they heard the voice of the LORD G.
3. 10 he said, I heard thy voice in the garden
4. 23 hear my voice ; ye wives of Lamech.hear.
14. 14 Abram heard that his brother was taken
16. ii because the LORD hath heard thy affliction
17. 20 as for Ishmael, I have heard thee : Behold
18. 10 Sarah heard (it) in the tent door, which
21. 6 (so that) all that hear will laugh with me
21. 17 God heard the voice of the lad; and the
21. 17 for God hath heard the voice of the lad
21. 26 didst thou tell me, neither yet heard I
23. 6 Hear us, my lord : Thou (art) a mighty p.
23. 8 hear me, and entreal for me to Ephron
23. ii Nay, my lord, hear me : the field give I
23. 13 I pray thee, hear me : I will give thee
24. 30 when he heard the words of Kebekah his
24. 52 when Abraham s servant heard their w.
27. 5 Kebekah heard when Isaac spake to Esau
27. 6 I heard thy father speak unto Esau thy
27. 34 when Esau heard the words of his father
29. 13 when Laban heard the tidings of Jacob
29. 33 Because the LORD hath heard that I (was)
30. 6 God hath judged me, and hath also heard
31. i And he heard the words of Laban s sons
34. 5 Jacob heard that he had defiled Dinah his
34. 7 came out of the field when they heard (it)
35. 22 Reuben, .lay with Bilhah. .and Israel he.
37. 6 Hear, I pray you, this dream which I have
37. 17 for I heard them say, Let us go to Dothan
37. 21 Reuben heard (it), and he delivered him
39. 15 when he heard that I lifted up my voice
39. lo. when his master heard the words of his
41. 15 I have heard say of thee. .thou canst un.
42. 2 I have heard that there is corn in Egypt
42. 21 when he besought us, and we would noth.
42. 22 Spake I not unto you. .and ye would noth.
43. 25 they heard that they should eat bread
45. 2 he wept . . and the house of Pharaoh heard
49. 2 Gather yourselves together, and hear, ye
Exod. 2. 15 when Pharaoh heard this thing, he sought
2. 24 God heard their groaning, and God rem.
3. 7 and have heard their cry by reason of
4. 31 when they heard that the LORD had visit.
6. 5 I have also heard the groaning of the c.
6. 12 how then shall Pharaoh hear me, who
7. 16 behold, hitherto thou wouldest not hear
15. 14 The people shall hear, (and) be afraid
16. 7 for that he heareth your murmurings
16. 8 the LORD heareth your murmurings which
16. 9 LORD : for he hath heard your murmur.
16. 12 I have heard the murmurings of the clu.
18. i heard of all that God had done for Moses
19. 9 that the people may hear when I speak
20. 19 Speak thou with us, and we will hear
22. 23 and they cry. .1 will surely hear their cry
22. 27 when he crieth unto me, that I will hear
32. 17 when Joshua heard the noise of the peo.
32. 18 but the noise of (them that) sing do I hear
33. 4 when the people heard these evil tidings
Ley. 5. i if a soul sin, and hear the voice of swear.
10. 20 And when Moses heard (that), he was c.
24. 14 let all that heard (him) lay their hands
Xum. 7. 89 he heard the voice of one speaking unto
9. 8 I will hear what the LORD will command
n. i the LORD heard (it) ; and his anger was
11. 10 Then Moses heard the people weep thro.
12. 2 spoken also by us ? And the LORD heard
12. 6 Hear now my words : If there be a prop.
14. 13 Then the Egyptians shall hear (it), for
14. 14 they have heard that thou, LORD, (art)
14. 15 the nations which have heard the fame
14. 27 I have heard the munnurings of the chi.
16. 4 when Moses heard (it), he fell upon his f.
1 6. 8 Moses said. .Hear, I pray you, ye sons of
20. 10 Hear now, ye rebels ; must we fetch you
20. 16 he heard our voice, and sent an angel
22. 36 when Balak heard that Balaam was come
23. 18 Rise up, Balak, and hear ; hearken unto
24. 4, 16 He hath said, which heard the words
30. 4 And her father hear her vow, and her
30. 5 father disallow her in the day that he h.
30. 7, 1 1 her husband heard (it), and held his
30. 7, 14 held his peact . . in the day that he he.
30. 8 disallowed her on the day that he heard
30. 12 utterly made them void on the day he h.
30. 15 make them void after that he hath heard
33. 40 heard of the coming of the children of I.
Dent. i. 16 Hear, .between yourbrethren, and judL c
1. 17 ye shall hear the small as well as the _rr.
i. 17 too hard, .bring (it) unto me, and I willh.
i. 34 LORD heard the voice of your words and
1. 43 ye would not hear, but rebelled against
2. 25 who shall hear report of thee, and shall
3. 26 LORD was wroth, .and would not hear me
4. 6 which shall hear all these statutes, and
4. 10 1 will make them hear my words, that
4. 12 ye heard the voice of the words, but saw
4. 28 which neither see, nor hear, nor eat, nor
(. 33 Did . . people hear the voice . . as thou . . h.
i>eut. 4. 36 ( Kit of heaven he made thee to hear his
4. 36 thou heardest his words out of the midst
5. i Hear, O Israel, the statutes and judgments
5. 23 when ye heard the voice out of the midst
5. 24 we have heard his voice out of the midst
5. 25 if we hear the voice of the LORD our God
5. a<> that hath heard the voice of the living <;.
5. 27 hear all that the LORD our God shall say
5. 27 speak thou.. andwewillhear(it),anddo(it)
5. 28 LORD heard the voice of your words, when
5. 28 I have heard the voice of the words of
6. 3 Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe to
6. 4 Hear, O Israel : The LORD our God (is)
9. i Hear, O Israel : Thou (art) to pass over
9. 2 thou hast heard . . Who can stand before
1 2. 28 Observe and hear all these words which
13. ii all Israel shall hear, and fear, and shall
13. 12 If thou shall hear, .in one of thy cities
17. 4 And it be told thee, and thou hast heard
17. 13 all the people shall hear, and fear, and
18. 16 Let me not hear again the voice of the L.
19. 20 those which remain shall hear, and fear
20. 3 Hear, O Israel; ye approach this day un.
21. 21 stone him. .and all Israel shall hear, and
26. 7 LORD heard our voice, and looked on our
29. 4 eyes to see, and ears to hear, unto this d.
29. 19 when he heareth the words of this curse
30. 17 heart turn away, so that thou wilt not h.
31. 12 that they may hear, and that they may
31. 13 their children, .may hear, and learn to
32. i and hear, O earth, the words of my mouth
33. 7 Hear, LORD, the voice of Judah, and bring
Josh. 2. 10 we have heard how the LORD dried up the
2. ii as we had heard, .our hearts did melt
3. 9 Come hither, and hear the words of the L.
5. i heard that the LORD had dried up the w.
6. 5 when ye hear the sound of the trumpet
6. 20 when the people heard the sound of the
7. 9 all the inhabitants of the land shall hear
9. i when, .the Hivite, and the Jebusite, he.
9. 3 heard what Joshua had done unto Jericho
9. 9 we have heard the fame of him, and all
9. 16 they heard that they (were) their neighb.
jo. i when Adoni-zedek . .heard now Joshua
ii. i when Jabin king of Hazor had heard
14. 12 thou heardest in that day how the Ana.
22. ii the i-l i ili lici i of Israel heard say, Behold
22. 12 when the children of Israel heard, .the
22. 30 heard the words that the children of Re.
24. 27 it hath heard all the words of the LORD
Judg. 5. 3 Hear, O ye kings ; give ear, O ye princes
5. 1 6 to hear the bleatings of the flocks? For
7. ii thou shalt hear what they say ; and after.
7. 15 when Gideon heard the telling of the dr.
9. 30 when Zebul. .heard the words of Gaal the
9. 46 all the men of the tower of Shechem he.
14. 13 Put forth thy riddle, that we may hear it
20. 3 the children of Benjamin heard that the
Ruth i. 6 she had heard in the country of Moab h.
2. 8 Hearest thou not, my daughter? Go not
1 Sa. 2. 22 heard all that his sons did unto all Israel
2. 23 I hear of your evil dealings by all this peo.
2. 24 for (it is) no good report that I hear : ye
3. 9 say, Speak, LORD ; for thy servant heareth
3. 10 answered, Speak ; for thy servant heareth
3. ii both the ears of every one that heareth
4. 6 when the Philistines heard the noise of
4. 14 when Eli heard the noise of the crying
4. 19 when she heard the tidings that the ark
7. 7 when the Philistines heard that the child.
7. 7 when the children of Israel heard (it), they
8. 21 Samuel heard all the words of the people
it. 6 came upon Saul when he heard those tid.
13. 3 Jonathan smote, .and the Philistines he.
13. 3 Saul blew, .saying, Let the Hebrews hear
13. 4 all Israel heard say (that) Saul had smit.
14. 22 they heard that the Philistines fled, even
14. 27 Jonathan heard not when. his father cha.
15. 14 and the lowing of the oxen which I hear?
16. 2 if Saul hear (it), he will kill me. And
17. ii When Saul and all Israel heard
17. 23 spake, .the same words : and David hea.
17. 28 Eliab his eldest brother heard when he
22. i his brethren and all his father s house h.
22. 6 When Saul heard that David was discov.
22. 7 Hear now, ye Benjamites ; will the son of
22. 12 And Saul said, Hear now, thou son of A.
23. 10 thy servant hath certainly heard that S.
23. ii come down, as thy servant hath heard?
23. 25 when Saul heard . . he pursued after David
24. 9 Wherefore hearest thou men s words, sa.
25. 4 David heard in the wilderness that Nabal
25. 7 now I have heard that thou hast shearers
25. 24 and hear the words of thine handmaid
25. 39 when David heard that Nabal was dead
26. 19 let my lord the king hear the words of
31. ii heard of that which the Philistines had
2 Sa. 3. 28 afterward when David heard (it), he said
4. i when Saul s son heard that Abner was d.
5. 17 when the Philistines heard that they had
5. 17 David heard, .and went down to the hold
5. 24 when thou hearest the sound of a goinir
7. 22 according to all that we have heard with
8. 9 When Toi king of Hamath heard that D.
10. 7 when David heard of (it), he sent Joab
n. 26 heard that Uriah her husband was dead
13. 21 when king David heard of all these things
14. 16 the king will hear, to deliver his handm.
15. 3 but. .no man. .of the king to hear thee
15. 10 As soon as ye hear the sound of the tru.
5- 35 what thing soever thou shalt hear out of
15. 36 send unto me every thing that ye can hear
2Sa. 16. 21 all Israel shall hear that thou art abhorred
17. 5 and let us hear likewise what he saith
17. 9 that whosoever heareth it will say, There
18. 5 all the people heard when the king gave
19. 2 the pttuple heard say that day how the
19. 35 can I hear any more the voice of singing
20. 16 Hear, hear ! say, I pray you, unto Joab
20. 17 Hear the words. .And he answered, I do h.
22. 7 he did hear my voice out of his temple
22. 45 as soon as they hear, [Ueb., the ear hears.]
1 Ki. i. ii Hast thou not heard that Adomjah tne
i. 41 Adonijah, and all the guests, .heard (it)
i. 41 when Joab heard the sound of the train.
1. 45 This (is) the noise that ye have heard
2. 42 saidst. .The word (that) I have heard (is)
3. 28 all Israel heard of the judgment which
4. 34 there came of all people to hear the wis.
4. 34 all kiugii . . which had heard of his wisdom
5. i he had heard that they had anointed him
5. 7 when Hiram heard the words of Solomon
6. 7 hammer nor ax (nor) any tool of iron h.
8. 30 hear thou. .and when thou hearest,forgive
8. 32 hear thou in heaven, and do, and judge
8. 34, 36 hear thou in heaven, and forgive the
8. 39, 43 hear thou in heaven thy dwelling pi.
8. 42 they shall hear of thy great name, and of
8. 45, 49 hear thou in heaven their prayer and
9. 3 I have heard thy prayer and thy supplicat.
10. i when the queen of Sheba heard of the fa.
10. 6 It was a true report that I heard in mine
10. 7 wisdom, .exceedeth the fame which I he.
10. 8 Happy (are) thy men . . that hear thy wis.
10. 24 all the earth sought to Solomon, to hear
11. 21 when Hadad heard in Egypt that David
12. 2 when Jeroboam the son of Nebat. .heard
12. 20 when all Israel heard that Jeroboam was
13. 4 when king Jeroboam heard the saying of
13. 26 that brought him back from the way heard
14. 6 when Ahijah heard the sound of her feet
15. 21 when Baasha heard, .he left off building
16. 16 the people, .encamped heard say, Zimri
17. 22 LORD heard the voice of Elijah ; and the
19. 13 when Elijah heard, .he wrapped his face
20. 12 when (Ben-hadad) heard this message, as
20. 31 we have heard that the kings of the house
21. 15 when Jezebel heard thatNaboth was sto.
21. 16 when Ahab heard that Naboth was dead
21. 27 when Ahal) heard those words, .he rent
22. 19 Hear thou therefore the word of the LORD
2 Ki. 3. 21 when all the Moabites heard that the kings
5. 8 when Elisha the man of God had heard
6. 30 when the king heard the words of the w.
7. i Elisha said, Hear ye the word of the LORD
9. 30 when Jehu was come. .Jezebel heard (of
ii. 13 when Athaliah heard the noise of the g.
14. ii But Amaziah would not hear. Therefore
17. 14 they would not hear, but hardened their
18. 12 and would not hear (them), nordo(them)
18. 28 Hear the word of the great king, the king
19. i when king Hezekiah heard, .he rent his
19. 4 It may be the LORD thy God will hear all
19. 4 words which the LORD thy God hath he.
19. 6 Be not afraid of the words . . thou hast h.
19. 7 he shall hear a rumour, and shall return
19. 8 he had heard that he was departed from
19. 9 when he heard say of Tirhakah king of E.
19. ii thou hast heard what the kings of Assy.
19. 16 LORD, bow down thine ear, and hear ; open
19. 16 hear the words of Sennacherib, which
19. 20 (That) which thou hast prayed . . I have h.
19. 25 Hast thou not heard long ago. .1 have d.
20. 5 I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy
20. 12 he had heard that Hezekiah had ben
20. 16 Isaiah said. .Hear the word of the LORD
21. 12 whosoever heareth of it, both his ears
22. ii when the king had heard the words of
22. 18 (As touching) the words., thou hast heard
22. 19 when thou heardest what I spake against
82. 19 I also have heard (thee), saith the LORD
25. 23 heard that the king of Babylon had made
1 Ch.io. ii heard all that the Philistines had dune in
14. 8 heard that David was anointed king over
14. 8 David heard, .and went out against them
14. 15 when thou shalt hear a sound of giiiii /
17. 20 according to all that we have heard with
18. 9 when Tou king of Hamath heard how D.
19. 8 when David heard, .he sent Joab, and all
28. 2 Hear me, my brethren, and my people
2 Ch. 6. 21 hear thou. .and when thou hearest, forjr.
6. 23 hear thou from heaven, and do, and judge
6. 25, 27 hear thou from the heavens, and forg.
6. 30 hear thou from heaven thy dwelling place
6. 33, 39 hear thou from the heavens. . from thy
6. 35 hear thou from the heavens their prayer
7. 12 I have heard thy prayer, and have chosen
7. 14 then will I hear from heaven, and will
9. i when the queen of Sheba heard of the
9. 5 (It was) a true report which I heard in
9. 6 (for) thou exceedest the fame that I heard
q. 7 Happy . . thy servants, which .. hear thy w.
9. 23 to hear his wisdom, that God had put in
10. 2 when Jeroboam the son of Nebat. .heard
13. 4 Hear me, thou Jeroboam, and all Israel
15. 2 Hear ye me, Asa, and all Judah and Benj.
15. 8 when Asa heard these words, and the pr.
:6. 5 it came to pass, when Baasha heard (it)
1 8. 1 8 Therefore hear the word of the LORD ; I
20. 9 (when) evil cometh . . thou wilt hear and h
20. 20 Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabitants of
20. 29 when they had heard that the LORD fought
23. 12 when Athaliah heard the noise of the pe.
25. 20 But Amaziah would not hear ; for it (ca),
HEAR
a Oh. 28. 1 1 hear me therefore, and deliver the captiv.
29. 5 Hear me, ye Levites ; sanctify now your.
33. 13 heard his supplication, and brought him
34. 19 when the king had hoard the words of
34. 26 (concerning) the words which thou hasth.
34. 27 when thou heardest his words against
34. 27 I have even heard (thee) also, saith the
E/ra 4. i heard that the children of the captivity
9. 3 when I heard this thing, I rent my garm.
Neh. i. 4 it came to pass, when I heard these words
1. 6 that thou inayest hear the prayer of thy
2. 10 Tobiah the servant, the Amn.pnite, heard
2. 19 But when..Geshem the Arabian, heard
4. i when Sanballat heard that we builded
4. 4 Hear, O our God ; for we are despised
4. 7 heard that the walls of Jerusalem were
4. 15 when our enemies heard that it was known
4. 20 In what place . . ye hear the sound of the
5. 6 I was very angry when I heard their cry
6. 16 all our enemies heard . . and all the heath.
8. 2 and all that could hear with understand.
8. 9 all the people wept, when they heard the
9. 9 and heardest their cry by the Red sea
9. 27, 28 they cried., thou heardest.. fromheav.
9. 39 hardened their neck, and would not hear
13. 3 when they had heard theflaw, that they s.
Esth. i. 1 8 which have heard of the deed of the queen
Job 2. 1 1 when Job s three friends heard of all this
3. 1 8 they hear not the voice of the oppressor
4. 16 (there was) silence, and I heard a voice
5. 27 hear it, and know thou (it) for thy good
13. i mine ear hath heard and understood it
13. 6 Hear now my reasoning, and hearken to
13. 17 Hear diligently my speech, and my decl.
15. 8 Hast thou heard the secret of God ? and
15. 17 I will show thee, hear me ; and that.. I
16. 2 I have heard many such things : miserab.
20. 3 I have heard the check of my reproach
21. 2 Hear diligently my speech ; and let this
22. 27 he shall hear thee, and thou shalt pay thy
27. 9 Will God hear his cry when trouble com.
28. 22 We have heard the fame thereof with
29. ii When the ear heard (me), then it blessed
31. 35 Oh that one would hear me ! behold, my
33. i Wherefore, Job, I pray thee, hear my spe.
33. 8 and I have heard the voice of (thy) words
34. 2 Hear my words, O ye wise (men); and give
34. 16 If now. .understanding, hear this ; heark.
34. 28 and he heareth the cry of the afflicted
35. 13 Surely God will not hear vanity, neither
37. 2 Hear attentively the noise of his voice
42. 4 Hear, I beseech thee, and I will speak : I
42. 5 I have heard of thee by the hearing of the
Psa. 4. i Hear me when I call, O God of my right.
4. i have mercy upon me, and hearmy prayer
4. 3 the LORD will hear when I call unto him
5. 3 My voice shalt thou hear in the morning
6. 8 LORD hathheard the voice of my weeping
6. 9 LORD hath heard my supplication ; the L.
10. 17 thou hast heard the desire of the humble
17. i Hear the right, O LORD, attend unto my
17. 6 incline thine ear unto me. .hear my spee.
1 8. 6 he heard my voice out of his temple, and
18. 44 As soon as they hearof me, they shall obey
22. 24 but when he cried unto him, he heard
27. 7 Hear, O LORD. .1 cry with my voice : ha.
28. 2 Hear the voice of my supplications when
28. 6 because he hath heard the voice of my
30. 10 Hear, LORD, and have mercy upon me
31. 13 For I have heard the slander of many
3 1 . 22 thou heardest the voice of my supplication
34. 2 the humble shall hear (thereof), and be
34. 6 This poor man cried, and the LORD heard
34. 17 cry, and the LORD heareth, and deliver.
38. 13 But I, as a deaf (man), heard not ; and
38. 14 Thus I was as a man that heareth not
39. 12 Hear my prayer, LORD, and give ear
40. i he inclined unto me, and heard my cry
44. i We have heard with our ears, O God, our f.
48. 8 As we have heard, so have we seen in the
49. i Hear this, all. .people ; give ear, all. .in.
50. 7 Hear, O my people, and I will speak ; O
54. 2 Hear my prayer, O God ; give ear to the
55. 17 Evening, and morning, .he shall hear my
55. 19 God shall hear, and afflict them, even he
59. 7 swords (are) in their lips: for who. .dothh.?
61. i Hear my cry, O God ; attend unto my pra.
61. 5 For thou, O God, hast heard my vows
62. ii twice have I heard this, that power, .unto
64. i Hear my voice, O God, in my prayer : pre.
65. 2 O thou that hearest prayer, unto thee
66. 16 Come, .hear, all ye that fear God, and I
66. 18 If I regard iniquity. .LORD will not hear
86. 19 verily God hath heard . . he hath attended
69. 33 the LORD heareth the poor, and despisetli
78. 3 Which we have heard and known, and
78. 21 Therefore the LORD heard. . and was wroth
78. 59 When God heard, .he was wroth, and gr.
It. 5 I heard a language (that) I understood not
81. 8 Hear, O my people, and I will testify unto
84. 8 LORD God of hosts, hear my_prayer: give
85. 8 I will hear what God the LORD will speak
92. ii mine ears shall hear, .of the wicked that
94. 9 He that planted the ear, shall he not h.?
95. 7 To day if ye will hear his voice
97. 8 Zion heard, and was glad ; and the daug.
102. i Hear my prayer, O LORD, and let my cry
102. 20 To hear the groaning of the prisoner ; to
106. 44 regarded their affliction, when he heard
115. 6 They have ears, but they hear not; noses
1 16. 1 1 love the LORD, because he hath heard
119. 149 Hear myvoice, according unto thy loving i
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Psa. 130. 2 Lord, hear my voice ; let thine ears be
132. 6 we heard of it at Ephratah ; we found it
138. 4 when they hear the words of thy mouth
141. 6 they shall hear my words ; for they are
143. i Hear my prayer, O LORD, give ear to my
145. 19 he also will hear their cry, and will save
Prov. i. 5 A wise (man) will hear, and will increase
i. 8 My son, hear the instruction of thy father
4. i Hear, ye children, the instruction of a f.
4. 10 Hear, O my son, and receive my sayings
5. 7 Hear me now therefore, O ye children, ami
8. 6 Hear ; for I will speak of excellent things
8. 33 Hear instruction, and be wise, and refuse
8. 34 Blessed (is) the mail that heareth me, wa.
13. i A wise son . .a scorner heareth not rebuke
13. 8 but the poor heareth not rebuke
15. 29 but he heareth the prayer of the righteous
15. 31 The ear that heareth the reproof of life
15. 32 he that heareth reproof getteth underst.
18. 13 that answereth a matter before he heareth
19. 20 Hear counsel, and receive instruction,that
19. 27 Cease, my son, to hear the instruction, .to
20. 12 The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the
21. 28 the man that heareth speaketh constantly
22. 17 Bow down thine ear, and hear the words
23. 19 Hear thou, my son, and be wise, and gui.
25. 10 Lest he that heareth . . put thee to shame
29. 24 he heareth cursing, and bewrayeth (it)
Eocl. 5. i be more ready to hear than to give the s.
7. 5 (It is) better to hear the rebuke of the
7. 5 than for a man to hear the song of fools
7. 21 no heed, .lest thou hear thy servant curse
12. 13 Let us hear the conclusion of the whole
Isa. i. 2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth
1. 10 Hear the word of the LORD, ye rulers of S.
1. 15 when ye make many prayers, I will noth.
6. 8 I heard the voice of the LORD, saying
6. 9 Hear ye indeed, but understand not ; and
6. 10 hear with their ears, and understand
7. 13 Hear ye now, O house of David ; (Is it) a
16. 6 have heard of the pride of Moab . . very p.
18. 3 and when he bloweth a trumpet, hear ye
21. 10 that whichII hare heard of the LORD of h.
24. 16 have we heard songs, .glory to the right.
28. 12 this, .refreshing: yet they would not hear
28. 14 hear the word of the LORD, ye scornful
28. 22 I have heard from the Lord GOD of hosts
28. 23 hear my voice ; hearken, and hear my
29. 1 8 in that day shall the deaf hear the words
30. 9 children, .will not hear the law of the L.
30. 19 when he shall hear it, he will answer thee
30. 21 thine ears shall hear a word behind thee
32. 3 the ears of them that hear shall hearken
32. 9 hear myivoice, ye careless daughters; give
33. 13 Hear, ye . .far off, what I have done ; and
34. i Come near, ye nations, to hear ; and he.
34. i let the earth hear, and all that is therein
36. 13 Hear ye the words of the great king, the
37. i came to pass, when king Hezekiah heard
37. 4 thy God will hear the words of Kabsha.
37. 4 words which the LORD thy God hath he.
37. 6 Be not afraid of the words, .thou hast h.
37. 7 he shall hear a rumour, and return to his
37. 8 he had heard that he was departed from L.
37. 9 And he heard say concerning Tirhakah
37. 9 when he heard . .he sent messengers to H.
37. 1 1 thou hast heard what the kings of Assyria
37. 17 Incline thine ear, O LORD, and hear, .hear
37. 26 Hast thou not heard long ago . . I have
38. 5 I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thv
39. i he had heard that he had been sick, and
39. 5 said. .Hear the word of the LORD of hosts
40. 21 Have ye not known? have ye not heard?
40. 28 Hast thou not known, hast thou not he.
41. 26 yea> (there is) none that heareth your. wo.
42. 18 Hear, ye deaf ; and look, ye blind, that
42. 20 opening the ears, but he heareth not |
42. 23 will hearken, and hear for the time to c.? i
43. 9 or let them hear, and say, (It is) truth |
44. i Yet now hear, O Jacob my servant ; and
47. 8 Therefore hear now this, thou. .given to
48. i Hear ye this, house of Jacob, which are
48. 6 Thou hast heard, see all this ; and will
48. 7 before the day when thou heardest them
48. 8 thou heardest not ; yea, thou knewest not
48. 14 All ye, assemble yourselves, and hear
48. 16 Come ye near unto me, hear ye this ; I h.
50. 4 wakeneth mine ear to hear as the learned
51. 21 Therefore hear now this, thou afflicted
52. 15 which they had not heard shall they con.
55. 3 hear, and your soul shall live ; and I will
59. i neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear
59. 2 hid (his) face from you, that he will not h.
64. 4 have jnot heard, nor percieved by the ear
6$. 12 when I spake, ye did not hear ; but did
65. 24 while they are yet speaking, I will hear
66. 4 when I spake, they did not hear : but
66. 5 Hear the word of the LORD, ye that tremb.
66. 8 Who hath heard such a thing ? who hath
66. 19 the isles, .that have not heard my fame
Jer. 2. 4 Hear ye the word of the LORD, O house
4. 19 because thou hast heard . .the sound of
4. 21 How long shall I. .hear the sound of the
4. 31 I have heard a voice as of a woman in
5. 21 Hear now this, O foolish people, and
5. 21 see not ; which have ears, and hear not
6. 10 and give warning, that they may hear ?
6. 18 Therefore hear, ye nations, and know
6. 19 Hear, O earth : behold, I will bring evil
6. 24 We have heard the fame thereof : our
7. 2 Hear the word of the LORD, all (ye of) J.
7. 13 and I spake uito you. .but ye heard not
HEA B
Jr. 7. 16 Therefore pray not. .1 will not hear thee
8. 6 I hearkened and heard, (but) they spake
9. 10 neither can (men) hear the voice of thu
9. 20 Yet hear the word of the Low, O ye
10. i Hearyetheword which the LOUD speaketh
11. 2, 6 Hear ye the words of thi.s covenant
1 1. 10 refused to hear my words ; and they went
ii. 14 for I will not hear(them) in the time that
13. 10 evil people, which refuse to hear my wo.
13. ii and for a glory : but they would not hear
13. 15 Hear ye, and give ear ; be not proud : for
13. 17 But if ye will not hear it, my soul shall
14. 12 When they fast, I will not hear their cry
17. 20 Hear ye the word of the LORD, ye kings
17. 23 that they might not hear, nor receive
18. 13 Ask.. the heathen, who hath heard such
19. 3 Hear ye the word of the LORD, O kings of
19. 3 which whosoever heareth, his ears shall
19. 15 that they might not hear my words
20. i Now Pashur. .heard that Jeremiah prop.
20 10 For I heard the defaming of many, fear
20. 16 and let him hear the cry in the morning
21. n touching, .(say), Hear ye the word of the
22. 2 Hear the word of the LORD, O king of J.
22. s if ye will not hear these words, I swear
22. 21 (but} thou saidst, I will not hear
22. 29 earth, earth, hear the word of the LORD
23. 18 and hath perceived and heard his word ;
23. 18 who hath marked his word, and heard
23. 25 I have heard what the prophets said
25. 4 hearkened, nor inclined your ear to hear
25. 8 Because ye have not heard my words
26. 7 all the people heard Jeremiah speaking
26. 10 When the princes of Judah heard these
26. 1 1 prophesied . . as ye have heard with your e.
26. 12 prophesy, .all the words that ye have h.
26. 21 and all the princes, heard his words, the
26. 21 but when Urijah heard it, he was afraid
28. 7 hear thou now this word that I speak in
28. 15 Hear now, Hananiah ; The LORD hath not
29. 19 but ye would not hear, saith the LORD
29. 20 Hear ye therefore the word of the LORD
30. 5 We have heard a voice of trembling, of
31. 10 Hear the word of the LORD, O ye nations
31. 18 I have surely heard Ephraim bemoaning
33. 9 which shall hear all the good that I do
34. 4 Yet hear the word of the LORD, O Zede.
34. 10 when all the princes, .heard that every
35. 17 I have spoken, .but they have not heard
36. 3 the house of Judah will hear all the evil
36. ii When Michaiah. .had heard out of the
36. 13 all the words that he had heard, when
36. 16 when they had heard all the words, they
36. 24 were not afraid, .that heard all these wo.
36. 25 to the king, .but he would not hear them
37. 5 when the Chaldeans, .heard tidings of
37. 20 Therefore hear now, I pray thee, < ) my
38. i heard the words that Jeremiah had
38. 7 when Ebed-melech. .heard that they had
38. 25 if the princes hear that I have talked
40. 7, ii heard that the king of Babylon had
41. ii heard of all the evil that Ishmael the sou
42. 4 the prophet said unto them, I have heard
42. 14 nor hear the sound of the trumpet, nor
42. 15 now therefore hear the word of the LORD
44. 24 Hear the word of the LORD, all Judah
44. t6 Therefore hear ye the word of the LOUD
46. 12 The nations have heard of thy shame
48. 5 enemies have heard a cry of destruction
48. 29 We have heard the pride of Moab, he is
49. 14 I have heard a rumour from the LORD
49. 20 Therefore hear the counsel of the LORD
49. 23 for they have heard evil tidings : they are
50. 49 king of Babylon hath heard the report of
50. 45 Therefore hear ye the counsel of the LORD
51. 51 because we have heard reproach : shame
lam. i. 18 hear, I pray you, all people, and behold
i. 21 They have heard that I sigh ; (there is)
i. 21 mine enemies have heard of my trouble
3. 56 Thou hast heard my voice ; hide not thL
3. 61 Thou hast heard their reproach, O LORD
Eze. i. 24 I heard the noise of their wings, like the
1. 28 and I heard a voice of one that spake
2. 2 that I heard him that spake unto me
2. 5 they, whether they will hear, or whether
2. 7 shalt speak . . whether they will hear, or
2. 8 son of man, hear what 1 say unto thee
3. 10 receive in thine heart, and hear with thine
3. n whether they will hear, or whether they
3. 12 and I heard behind me a voice of a great
3. 17 therefore hear the word at my mouth
3. 27 He that heareth, let him hear : and he
6. 3 Ye mountains of Israel, hear the word
8. 18 though they cry. .(yet) will I not hear
12. 2 they have ears to hear, and hear not : for
13. 2 say thou unto them. .Hear ye the word
13. 19 by your lying to my people that hear (your)
16. 35 Wherefore, O harlot, hear the word of
18. 25 Hear now, O house of Israel ; Is not my
19. 4 The nations also heard of him ; he was
20. 47 say to the forest. .Hear the word of the
25. 3 say unto the Ammonites, Hear the word
33. 4 whosoever heareth the sound of the tru
33. s He heard the sound of the trumpet, ancj
33. 7 thou shalt hear the word at my mouth
33. 30 and hear what is the word that cometh
33. 31 they hear thy words, but they will not do
33. 32 they hear thy words, but they do thm
34. 7 ye shepherds, hear the word of the LORD
34. 9 O ye shepherds, hear the word of the L.
35. 12 I have heard all thy blasphemies which
35. 13 your words against me : J have heard
HEAR 464 HEAR
EM. 36. i Ye mountains of Israel, hear the word of
36. 4 ye mountains of Israel, hear the word of
37. 4 O ye dry bones, hear the word of the LORD
40. 4 behold with thine eyes, and hear with
43. 6 I heard (him) speaking unto me out of
44. 5 behold with thine eyes, and hear with
Dan. 8. 13 Then I heard one saint speaking, and an.
8. 16 I heard a man s voice between (the banks)
9. 17 O our Ood, hear the prayer of thy servant
9. 18 O my God, incline thine ear, and hear
9. 19 O Lord, hear ; O Lord, forgive ; Lord
to. 9 Yet heard I the voice of his words : and
10. 9 when I heard the voice of his words, then
12. 7 And I heard the man clothed in linen
12. 8 I heard, but I understood not : then said
Hos. 4. i Hear the word of the LORD, ye children of
5. i Hear ye this, O priests ; and hearken, ye
Joel i. 2 Hear this, ye old men, and give ear, all
Amos 3. i Hear this word that the LOUD hath spoken
3. 13 Hear ye, and testify in the house of Jacob
4. i Hear this word, ye kine of liashan, that
5. i Hear ye this word which I take up
5. 23 I will not hear the melody of thy viols
7. 16 therefore hear thou the word of the LORD
8. 4 Hear this, ye that swallow up the needy
Obad. i We have heard a rumour from the LOUD
Jon. 2. 2 cried I, (and) thou heardest my voice
Mic. i. 2 Hear, all ye people ; hearken, O earth, and
3. i Hear, I pray you, O heads of Jacob, and
3. 9 Hear this, I pray you, ye heads of the h.
5. 15 and fury, .such as they have not heard
6. i Hear ye now what the LORD saith ; Arise
6. i contend thou. .and let the hills hear thy
6. a Hear ye, O mountains, the LORD S contr.
6. 9 hear ye the rod, and who hath appointed
7. 7 I will wait, .my Ood will hear me
Nah. 3. 19 all that hear the bruit of thee shall clap
Hab. i. 2 long shall I cry, and thou wilt not hear !
3. 2 LORD, I have heard thy speech, (and)
3. 16 When I heard, my belly trembled; my
Zeph. 2. 8 I have heard the reproach of Moab, and
Zech. i. 4 but they did not hear, nor hearken unto
3. 8 Hear now, O Joshua the high priest, thou
7. 1 1 stopped their ears, that they should not h.
7. 12 lest they should hear the law, and the w.
7. 13 they would not hear, .and I would not h.
8. 9 ye that hear in these days these words by
8. 23 for we have heard (that) God (is) with you
Mai. 2. 2 If ye will not hear, and if ye will not lay
3. 16 heard (it), and a book of remembrance
5. To cause to be heard, yiy shamea, 5.
Deutso. 12, 13 bring it unto us, that we may hear it
6. To hear, yzy shema.
Dan. 3. 5, 1 5 at what time ye hear the sound of the
3. 7 when all the people heard the sound of
3. 10 every man that shall hear the sound of
5. 14 I have even heard of thee, that the spirit
5. 16 I have heard of thee, that thou canst ma.
5. 23 which see not, nor hear, nor know : and
6. 14 Then the king, when he heard (these) w.
7. To give ear, hearken, hi-ar, O.KOVU akouo.
Matt. 2. 3 When Herod the king had heard (these t.)
2. 9 When they had heard the king, they de.
2. 18 In Rama was there a voice heard, lanien.
2. 22 But when he heard that Archelaus did
4. 12 Now when Jesus had heard that John was
5. 21, 27 ye have heard that it was said by them
5- 33> 38, 43 J e have heard that it hath been s.
7. 24 whosoever heareth these sayings of mine
7. 26 every one that heareth these sayings of
8. 10 When Jesus heard (it), he marvelled, and
9. 12 But when Jesus heard . .he saui untc them
10. 14 whosoever shall not. .hear your words
10. 27 what ye hear in the ear. .preach ye upon
11. 2 when John had heard in the prison the
ii. 4 show John, .those things which ye do hear
11. s the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear
n. 15 He that hath ears [to hear], let him hear
12. 19 neither shall any man hear his voice in
12. 24 when the Pharisees heard (it) they said
12. 42 for she came, .to hear the wisdom of Sol.
13. 9 Who hath ears [to hear], let him hear
13. 13 hearing, they hear not, neither do they
13. 14 By hearing ye shall hear, and shall not
13. 15 hear with (their) ears, and should under.
13, 16 blessed are. .your ears, for they hear
13. 17 and have not seen (them) ; and to hear
13. 17 (things) which ye hear, and have not heard
13. 1 8 Hear ye therefore the parable of the sow.
13. 19 When any one heareth the word of the
13. 20 the same is he that heareth the word, and
13. 22, 23 that received seed . .is he that heareth
13. 43 Who hath ears [to hear], let him hear
14. i Herod the tetrarch heard of the fame of
14. 13 When Jesus heard, .he departed thence
14. 13 when the people had heard, .they follow.
15. 10 and said unto them, Hear, and understa.
15. 12 were offended, after they heard this say.
17. 5 This is my beloved Son. .hear ye him
17. 6 And when the disciples heard (it), they
18. 15 if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained
18. 16 But if he will not hear, .take with thee
19. 22 when the young man heard that saying
19. 25 When his disciples heard (it), they were
20. 24 when the ten heard (it), they were moved
ao. 30 when they heard that Jesus passed by
21. 16 said unto him, Hearest thou what these
21. 33 Hear another parable : There was a cert.
21. 45 when the chief priests and Pharisees had h.
22. 7 But when the king [heard] . .he was wroth
sa. 22 When they had heard, .they marvelled
Matt 22. 33 when the multitude heard, .they were as.
22. 34 when the Pharisees had heard that he had
24. 6 ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars
26. 65 behold, now ye have heard his hlasplii .
27. 13 Hearest thou not how many things they
27. 47 Some, .when they heard, .said, This (man)
Mark 2. 17 Wheu Jesus heard (it), he saith unto them
3. 8 when they had heard what great things
j. ->i when his friends heard . .they went out to
4. 9 He that hath ears to hear, let him h.
4. 12 hearing they may hear, and not underst.
4. 15 but, when they have heard, Satan corneth
4. 16 who, when they have heard the word, im.
4. 1 8 sown amon1
.; thorns; such as hear the wo.
4. 20 such as hear the word, and receive (it)
4. 23 If any man have ears to hear, let him hear
4. 24 he said unto them, Take heed what ye h.
4. 24 unto you that hear shall more be given
4. 33 spake he. .as they were able to hear (it)
5. 27 When she had heard of Jesus, came in the
5. 36 As soon as Jesus heard the word that was
6. 2 and many hearing (him) were astonished
6. ii whosoever shall not. .hear you, when ye
6. 14 And king Herod heard (of him); for his
6. 16 But when Herod heard (thereof,) he said
6. 20 when he heard him, he . .heard him gladly
6. 29 when his disciples heard . . they came and
6. 55 those that were sick, where they heard he
7. 16 If any man have ears to hear, let him he.
7. 25 For a. .woman, .heard of him, and came
7. 37 he maketh both the deaf to hear, and the
8. 18 and having ears, hear ye not? and do ye
9. 7 saying, This is my beloved Sou : hear him
10. 41 when the ten heard (it), they began to be
10. 47 when he heard that it was Jesus of Naza.
11. 14 No man eat fruit . . And his disciples heard
1 1 . 1 8 the scribes and chief priests heard (it), and
12. 28 came, and having heard them reasoning
12. 29 Hear, O Israel ; The Lord our God is one
12. 37 And the common people heard him gladly
13. 7 when ye shall hear of wars and rumours
14. ii when they heard (it), they were glad and
14. 58 We heard him say, I will destroy this tern
14. 64 Ye have heard the blasphemy : what think
15. 35 And some of them, .when they heard (it)
16. ii [when they had heard that he was alive]
Luke 1.41 when Elisabeth heard the salutation of M.
i. 58 her neighbours and her cousins heard how
1. 66 And all they that heard . laid (them) up
2. 1 8 all they that heard (it) wondered at those
2. 20 for all the things that they had heard and
2. 46 both hearing them, and asking them que.
2. 47 all that heard him were astonished at his
4. 23 whatsoever we have heard done in Cape.
4. 28 all they in the synagogue, when they heard
5. i as the people pressed upon him to hear the
5. 15 great multitudes came together to hear
6. 17 which came to hear him, and to be healed
6. 27 I say unto you which hear, Love your en.
6. 47 Whosoever eometh to me, and heareth
6. 49 he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a
7. 3 when he heard of Jesus, lie sent unto him
7. 9 When Jesus heard these things, he marv.
7. 22 tell John what, .ye have seen and heard
7. 22 the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the
7. 29 all the people that heard, .and the publi.
8. 8 cried, He that hath ears to hear, let him h.
8. 10 and hearing they might not understand
8. 12 Those by the way side are they that hear
8. 1 3 on the rock (are they), which, when they h.
8. 14 when they have heard, go forth, and are
8.15 having heard the word, keep (it), and bring
8. 18 Take heed therefore how ye hear for w.
8. 21 my brethren are these which hear the w.
8. 50 when Jesus heard, .he answered him, sa.
9. 7 Herod the tetrarch heard of all that was
9. 9 who is this of whom I hear such things ?
9. 35 saying, This is my beloved Son : hear him
ib. 1 6 He that heareth you heareth ue ; and he
10. 24 many, .have desired to. .hear those things
10. 24 which ye hear, and have not heard (them)
10. 39 also sat at Jesus feet, and heard his word
11. 28 blessed (are) they that hear the word ofGod
11. 31 for she came, .to hear the wisdom of Sol.
12. 3 whatsoeverye have spoken, .shairbe heard
14. 15 Andwhenoneof them, .heard these things
14. 35 He that hath ears to hear, let him hear
15. i the publicans and sinners for to hear him
15. 25 as he came, .he heard music and dancing
16. 2 How is it that I hear this of thee ? give an
16. 14 the Pharisees also, .heard all these things
16. 29 They have, .the prophets ; let them hear
16. 31 If they hear not Moses and the prophets
18. 6 Lord said, Hear what the unjust judge
18. 22 when Jesus heard these things, he said
1 8. 23 when he heard this, he was very sorrow.
18. 26 they that heard, .said, Who then can he
18. 36 hearing the multitude pass by, he asked
19. 1 1 as they heard these things, he added and
19. 48 the people were very attentive to hear him
20. 16 And when they heard . . they said, God for.
21. 9 when ye shall hear of ware and commot.
21. 38 all the people came early, .for to hear h m
22. 71 for we ourselves have heard of his own m.
23. 6 When Pilate heard of Galilee, he asked
23. 8 because he had heard many things of him
John i. 37 the two disciples heard him speak, and
i. 40 One of the two which heard John (speak")
3. 8 and thou hearest the sound thereof, but
3. 29 which standeth and heareth him, rejoice.
3. 32 what he hath seen and heard, that he tes.
4. i how the Pharisees had heard that Jesus
John 4. 42 for we have heard . . ourselves, and knuw
4. 47 When he heard that Jesus was come out
5. 24 He that heareth my word, and belie veth
5. 25 when the dead shall hear the voice of the
5. 25 Son of God: and they that hear shall live
5. 28 all that are in the graves shall hew his voi.
5. 30 as I hear, I judge : and my judgment is
5. 37 Yehaveneitherheardhisvoiceatanytime
6. 45 Every man therefore that hath heard, and
6. 60 Many therefore, .when they had heard
6. 60 This is an hard saying ; who can hear it !
7.32 The Pharisee* beard that the people mar.
7. 40 Many of the people., when thty heard tbfe
7. 51 Doth our law judge, .man before it hear h.
8. 9 [they which beard.. being convicted by]
8. 26 I speak, those things whicli I have heard
8. 40 told . . the truth, which I have heard of G.
8. 43 (even) because ye cannot hear my word
8. 47 He that is of God heareth God s words
8. 47 ye therefore hear, .not, bet u. e yt are not
9. 27 I have told you already, anil ye did nut h.
9. 27 wherefore would ye hear (it) again ! will ye
9. 31 Now we know that God heareth not sin.
9. 31 if any man. .doeth his will, him he hear.
9. 32 was it not heard that any man opened the
9. 35 Jesus heard that they had cast nini out
9. 40 the Pharisees which were with him heard
o. 3 the sheep hear his voice : and lie callt th
o. 8 robbers : but the sheep did not hear them
o. 16 them also I must bring, and they shall h.
o. 20 He hath a devil, and is mad ; why hear ye
0. 27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them
1. 4 When Jesus heard., he said, This si< -ki.i -
i. 6 When he had heard therefore that he was
i. 20 as soon as she heard that Jesus was com.
i. 29 As soon as she heard, .she arose tinickly
i. 41 Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard
1. 42 And I knew that thou hearest me always
2. 12 when they heard that Jesus was coming
2. 1 8 that they heard that he had done this m.
2. 29 people therefore that stood by, and heard
2. 34 We have heard out of the law that Christ
2. 47 if any man hear my words, and believe not
4. 24 the word which ye hear is not mine, but
4. 28 Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go
5. 15 all th ng that I have heard of my Father
6. 13 whatsoever he shall hear, (that) shall he
8. 21 ask them which heard me, what I have
8. 37 Every one that is of the truth heareth my
8, 13 When Pilate therefore heard that sa.
.. 7 Now when Simon Peter heard that it was
Acts i. 4 promise, .which, (saithhe), yehave heard
2. 6 ever} nian heard them speak in his own
2. 8 how hear we every man in our own ton.
2. 1 1 we do hear them speak in our tongues the
2. 22 Ye men of Israel, hear these words, Jesus
2. 33 shed forth this, which ye now see and h.
2. 37 Now when they heard . .they were pricked
3. 22 him shall ye hear in all things whatsoever
3. 23 every soul, which will not hear that pro.
4. 4 many of them which heard the word bel.
4. 20 the things which we have seen and heard
4. 24 when they heard that, they lifted up their
5. 5 Ananias hearing these words fell down
5. 5 fear came on all them that heard thest
5. ii and upon as many as heard these things
5. 21 when they heard, .they entered into the
5. 24 when the high priest . . heard these things
5. 33 When they heard . . they were cut . . and to
6. ii Wenave heard him speak blasphemous w.
6. 14 we have heard him say, that this Jesus of
7. 12 when Jacob heard that there was com in
7. 34 I have heard their groaning, and am come
7. 37 A prophet, .like unto me; him shall (ye h.]
7. 54 When they heard these things, they were
8. 6 hearing and seeing the miracles which he
8. 14 Now when the apostles, .heard that Sam.
8. 30 Philip ran thither, .and heard him read
9. 4 and heard a voice saying unto him, Saul
9. 7 the men., stood speechless.hearinga voice
9. 13 Lord, I have heard by many of this man
9. 21 all that heard, .were amazed, and said
9. 38 disciples had heard that Peter was there
10. 22 tosendforthee. .and to hear words of thee
10. 33 to hearall things thatarecommanded the.
10. 44 Ghostfellonallthemwhichheardtheword
10. 46 For they heard them speak with tongues
11. i the apostles, .heard that the Gentiles had
ii. 7 I heard a voice saying unto me, Arise, P.
ii. 18 When they heard these things, they held
13. 7 Paulus .. desired to hear the word of God
13. 44 whole city together to hear the word of G.
13. 48 when the Gentiles heard this, they were
14. 9 The came heard Paul speak : who st< dia-a.
14. 14 when the apostles, Barnabas and Paul, h.
15. 7 should hear the word of the Gospel, and
15. 24 Forasmuch as we have heard, that certain
16. 14 a certain woman, .heard (us) : whose he.
16. 38 they feared, when they heard that they
17. 8 they troubled the people, .when they h.
17. 21 but either to tell, or to hear some new t.
17. 32 when they heard of the resurrection of the
17. 32 otherssaid, We will hear theeagain of this
18. 8 many of the Corinthians hearing believed
18. 26 whom when Aquilla and Priscilla had h.
19. 2 We have not so much as heard whether
19. 5 When they heard, .they were bapti/cil iii
19. 10 so thatall they which dwelt in Asiahearrt
19. 26 Moreover ye see and hear, that not alone
19. 28 when they heard . . they were full of wrath
21. 12 when we heard these things, both we, and
si 20 when they heard, .toey glorified the Loni
HEAR
Acts 21. 22 for they will hear that thou art come
22. i Men, brethren, and fathers, hear ye my
22. 2 when they heard that he spake in the H.
22. 7 and heard a voice saying unto me, Saul
22. 9 they heard not the voice of him that spake
22. 14 and shouldest hear the voice of his mouth
22. 15 witness, .of what thou hast seen and he.
22. 26 When the centurion heard . . he went and
23. 16 when Paul s sister s son heard of their ly.
24. 4 I pray thee that thou wouldest hear us of
24. 22 when Felix [heard these things], having
24. 24 and heard him concerning the faith in ( .
25. 22 said. .1 would also hear the man myself
25. 22 To morrow, said he, thou shalt hear him
26. 3 wherefore I beseech thee to hear me pa.
26. 14 I heard a voice speaking unto me, and
26. 29 but also all that hear me this day, were
28. 15 when the brethren heard of us, they ca.
28. 22 we desire to hear of thee what thou thin.
28. 26 Hearing ye shall 4ear, and shall not ;uid.
28. 27 and hear with (their) ears, and understand
28. 28 unto the Gentiles and. .they will hear it
Rom 10. 14 believe in him of whom they have not h.
10. 14 and how shall they hear without a prea.?
10. 1 8 But I say, Have they not heard? Yes
11. 8 given them, .ears that they should not h.
15. 21 they that have not heard shall understand
1 Co. 2. 9 Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither
n. 18 I hear that there be divisions among you
2 Co. 1 2. 4 and heard unspeakable words, which it is
12. 6 that which he seeth me. .or. .heareth of
. Gal. i. 13 ye have heard of my conversation in time
i. 23 they had heard only, that he which per.
4. 21 Tell me.. [do ye not hear] the law?
Eph. i. 13 alter that ye heard the word of truth, the
t. 15 after I heard of your faith in the Lord ./.
3. 2 If ye have heard of the dispensation of the
4. 21 If so be that ye have heard him, and have
Phil. i. 27 or else be absent, I may hear of your atfa.
1. 30 ye saw in me, (and) now hear (to be) in
2. 26 that ye had heard that he had been sick
4. 9 Those things, which ye have both, .heard
Col. i. 4 Since we heard of your faith in Christ .1.
i. 6 since the day ye heard . .and knew the gr.
i. 9 we also, since the day we heard (it), do not
1. 23 hope of the gospel, which ye have heard
a. Th. 3. 1 1 For we hear that there are some which w.
1 Ti. 4. 16 both save thyself, and them that hear thee
2 Ti. i. 13 sound words, which thou hast heard of
2. 2 And the things that thou hast heard of
4. 17 and (that) all the Gentiles might hear
Phm. 5 Hearing of thy love and faith, which thou
Heb. 2. i heed to the things which we have heard
2. 3 was confirmed unto us by them that heard
3. 7 Wherefore. .To day if ye will hear his vo.
3. 15 To day if ye will hear his voice, harden
3. 16 For some, when they had heard, did pro.
4. 2 being mixed with faith in them that heard
4. 7 To day if ye will hear his voice, harden
12. 19 which (voice) they that heard entreated
Jas. i. 19 let every man be swift to hear, slow to
5. ii Ye have heard of the patience of J ob, and
a Pe. i. 18 this voice which came from heaven wa h.
i Jo. i . i which we have heard, which we have seen
i. 3 That which we have seen and heard decl.
1. 5 is the message which we have heard of h.
2. 7, 24, 24 which ye have heard from the beg.
2. 18 as ye have heard that antichrist shall come
3. 1 1 this is the message that ye have heard from
4. 3 whereof ye have heard that it should come
4. 5 of the world, and the world heareth them
4. 6 of God: he that knoweth God heareth us
4. 6 he that is not of God heareth not us
5. 14 that, if we ask anything, .he heareth in
5. 15 And if we know that he hear us, whatso.
si John 6 That, as ye have heard from the beginning
3 John 4 I have no greater joy than to hear that
Rev. i. 3 they that hear the words of this prophecy
1. 10 and heard behind me a great voice, as of
2. /, ii, 17, 29 He that hath an ear, let him h.
3. 3 L Remember therefore how thou hast, .h.]
3. 6, 13, 22 He that hath an ear, let him hear
3. 20 if any man hear my voice, and open the
4. i the first voice which 1 heard (was) as it
5. ii I heard the voice of many angels round
5. 13 and all that are in them, heard I saying
6. i I heard, as it were the noise of thunder
6. 3,5,7! heard the . . beast say, Come and see
6. 6 I heard a voice in the midst of the four b.
7. 4 I heard the number of them which were
8. 13 and heard an angel flying through the
9. 13 I heard a voice from the fourhorns of the
9. 16 horsemen, .and I heard the number of
9. 20 which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk
-o. 4 I heard a voice from heaven saying unto
10. 8 the voice which I heard from heaven spake
ti. 12 they heard a great voice from heaven sa.
12. 10 And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven
13. 9 If any man have an ear, let him hear
14. 2, 13 And I heard a voice from heaven
14. 2 I heard the voice of harpers harping with
16. i I heard a great voice out of the temple
16. 5 I heard the angel of the waters say, Thou
16. 7 I heard another out of the altar say, Even
18. 4 I heard another voice from heaven, saying
19. i I heard a great voice of much people in h.
19. 6 I heard as it were the voice of a great mill.
21. 3 I heard a great voice out of heaven, saying
22. 8 And I John saw these things, and heard
22. 8 And when I haa heard and seen, I fell d.
22. 17 And let him that heareth say, Come
32. 18 I testify unto every man that heareth the
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8. To hear thoroughly, SIOKOVW diakouo.
Acts 23. 35 I will hear thee, said he, when thine ac.
9. To give ear to, fiearken to, tiaaKovia eisakowi.
Matt. 6. 7 they shall be heard for their much speak.
Luke i. 13 Fear not, Zacharias : for thy prayer is h.
Acts 10. 31 And said, Cornelius, thy prayer is heard
1 Co. 14. 21 yet for all that will they not hear me
Heb. 5. 7 strong crying, .and was heard in that he
10. To give ear, hear, hearken unto, iTtaKovia epak.
2 Co. 6. 2 I have heard thee in a time accepted, and
11. To hearken unto, tita.Kpoa.op.ai epakroaomai.
Acts 16. 25 sang praises . . and the prisoners heard the.
HEAR, to cause to
1. Proclamation, nij^,-t hashmauth.
Eze. 24. 26 to cause (thee) to hear (it) with (thine)
2. To give attention, 35*17 qashab, 5.
Psa. 10. 17 LORD, .thou wilt cause thine ear to hear
3. To cause to hear, yoy shamea, 5.
Psa. 143. 8 Cause me to hear thy loving kindness in
Song 8. 13 the companions hearken .. cause me to h.
Jer. 1 8. 2 there I will cause thee to hear my words
23. 22 andhad caused mypeople to hear mywords
Eze. 36. 15 Neither will I cause (men) to hear in thee
HEAR, to let
To cause to hear, yoy shamea, 5.
Song 2. 14 let me hear thy voice , for sweet (is) thy
HEAR, to make to
To cause to hear, yoy shamea, 5.
Deut. 4. 10 I will make them hear my words,thatthey
4. 36 Out of heaven he made thee to hear his v.
2 Ki. 7. 6 had made, .the Syrians to hear a noise of
Psa. 51. 8 Make me to hear joy and gladness
HEAR tell, to
To hear, yoy shamea.
Nam 21. i king Arad. .heard tell that Israel came
HEAR before, to
To hear before or formerly, ttpoa.Kovw proakouo.
Col. r. 5 whereof ye heard before in the word of
HEAR, to neglect to
To hear amiss, disregard, irapaKovw parakouo.
Matt 18. 17 if he shall neglect to hear them, tell (it)
18. 17 if he neglect to hear the church, let him
HEARD
To be heard, yoy shamea, 2.
Eccl. 9. 16 the poor man s . . words are not heard
9. 17 The words of wise (men are) heard in
HEARD, which...
Hearing, the thing heard, a.KO-fi akoe.
i Th. 2. 13 received the word of God which ye heard
HEARD, to be
1. To be answered, responded to, njjf anah, 2.
Job 19. 7 I cry out of wrong, but I ai*not heard
Prov2i. 13 he also shall cry. .but shall not be heard
2. To be heard, yoy shamea, 2.
Gen. 45. 16 fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh s ho.
Exod28. 35 his sound shall be heard when he goeth
Deut. 4. 32 whether there, .hath been heard like it
i Sa. i. 13 she spake, .but her voice was not heard
17. 31 when the words were heard which David
i Ki. 6. 7 (nor) any tool of iron heard in the house
2^Ch.3o. 27 their voice was heard, and their prayer
Ezra 3. 13 people shouted . .the noise was heard afar
Neh. 6. i when Sanballat . . heard that I had builded
12. 43 so that the joy of Jerusalem was heard
Esth. 2. 8 when the king s commandmeKt. . was he.
Job 26. 14 but how little a portion is heard of him
37. 4 will not stay them when his voice is hea.
Psa. 19. 3 nor language (where) their voice is not h.
Song 2. 12 voice of the turtle is heard in our land
Isa. 15. 4 their voice shall be heard (even) unto J.
60. 18 Violence shall no more be heard in thy
65. 19 weeping shall be no more heard in her
Jer. 3. 21 A voice was heard upon the high places
6. 7 violence and spoil is heard in her
8. 16 The snorting of his horses washeard from
9. 19 For a voice of wailing is heard out of Z.
31. 15 A voice was heard in Raman, lamentation
33. 10 Again there shall be heard in this place
49. 21 the noise thereof was heard in the Red s.
50. 46 and the cry is heard among the nations
51. 46 for the rumour that shall be heard in the
Eze. 10. 5 And the sound . . was heard (even) to the
19. 9 his voice should no more be heard upon
26. 13 sound of thy harp shall be no more heard
Dan. 10. 12 thy words were heard, and I am come for
Nah. 2. 13 of thy messengers shall no more be heard
SEARD, to cause to be
1. To give, cause or rouse attention, 2y$ qashab, 5.
Isa. 10. 30 Lift up thy voice . . cause it to be heard
2. To cause to hear, yoy shamea, 5.
Psa. 76. 8 Thou didst cause judgment to he heard
Isa. 30. 30 cause his glorious voice to be heard, and
42. 2 nor cause his voice to be heard in the
Jer. 48. 4 little ones have caused a cry to be heard
49. 2 I will cause an alarm . . to be heard in R.
Eze. 27. 30 cause their voice to be heard against thee
HEARD, to let be
1. To be heard, yoy shamea, 2.
Exod23. 13 neither let it be heard out of thy mouth
Jer. 18. 22 Let a cry be heard from their houses
HEARKEN
2. To cause to hear, yoy shamea, 5.
Judg 18. 25 Let not thy voice be heard among us, lest
HEARD, to make to be
To cause to be heard, yoy sliamea, 5.
2 Ch. 5. 13 to make one sound to be heard in praising
Psa. 66. 8 make the voice of his praise to be heard
Isa. 58. 4 to make your voice to be heard on high
HEARER
1. To give ear, hear, hearken, CLKOVOO akouS.
Eph. 4. 29 it may minister grace unto the hearers
2 Ti. 2. 14 no profit, (but) to the subverting of the h.
2.A hearer, d/cpoa-Hjy akroates.
Rom. 2. 13 For not the hearers of the law (are) just
Jas. i. 22 and not hearers only, deceiving your own
i. 23 For if any be a hearer of the word, and
i. 25 he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer
HEARING
I, Ear, jtk ozen.
Deut3i. ii thou shalt read this, .in their hearing
2 Sa. 18. 12 for in our hearing the king charged thee
Job 33. 8 Surely thou hast spoken in mine hearing
Eze. 9. 5 to the others he said in mine hearing, i
J.>
10. 13 it was cried unto them in my hearing
1. Hearing, yoyo mishma.
Isa. ii. 3 neither reprove after the hearing of hi
3. Attention, 35* j3 qesheb.
2 Ki. 431 but (there was) neither voice nor hearing
4. To hear, yoy shamea.
Prov.28. 9 turneth away his ear from hearing the
Eccl. i. S satisfied.. nor the ear filled with hearing
Isa. 21. 3 I was bowed down at the hearing (of it)
33. 15 that stoppeth his ears from hearing of
Amos 8. ii but of hearing the words of the LORD
5. Hearing, yt}y shema.
Job 42. 5 I have heard of thee by the hearing cf
6. Hearing, the thing heard, axo-h akoe.
Mattis. 14 By hearing ye shall hear, and shall not
Acts 28. 26 Hearing ye shall hear, and shall not und.
Rom. 10. 17 faith (corneth) by hearing, and hearing
i Co. 12. 17 where, .the heaving? if the whole, .hear.
Gal. 3. 2, 5 works of the law, or by the hearing o.r
Heb. 5 . ii nmny things, .seeing ye are dull of hear
2Pe. 2. 8 in seeing and hearing, vexed (his) rights.
7. Thorough knowledge, oidyvcaats diagnosis.
Acts 25. 21 to be reserved unto the hearing of A.
HEARING, to be dull of
To hear heavily, /Sopeoij aKovca bareos akouS.
Matt 13. 15 and (their) ears are dull of hearing, and
Acts 28. 27 and their ears are dull of hearing, and
HEARING, place of
Place of hearing, court "oom, axpoariipiov akroate.
Acts 25. 23 and was entered into the place of hearing
HEARKEN, to
I. To give ear, jrn axan, 5.
Num 23. 1 8 hearken unto me, thou son of Zippor
Job 9. 1 6 believe that he had hearkened unto my
33. i Job, I pray tnee. .hearken to all my wor.
34. 16 hearken to the voice of my words
37. 14 Hearken unto this, O J ob : stand still, and
2. To attend, be attentive, ypj) qashab.
Isa. 32. 3 the ears of them that hear shall hearken
B.To give attention, 3^,7 qashab, 5.
1 Sa. 15. 22 better., to hearken than the fat of rams
2 Ch.2o. 15 Hearken ye, all Judah, and ye inhabitants
33. 10 to his people ; but they would not hearken
Neh. 9. 34 nor hearkened unto thy commandments
Job 13. 6 and hearken to the pleadings of my lips
Psa. 5. 2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my king
Prov.29. 12 If a ruler hearken to lies, all his servant!
Song 8. 13 the companions hearken to thy voice
Isa. 21. 7 he hearkened diligently with much heed
28. 23 Give ye ear . . hearken, and hear my speech
34. i and hearken, ye people : let the earth hear
42. 23 willhearken, andhearforthe time to come?
48. 18 O that thou hadst.hearkened to my com.
49. i hearken, ye people, from far ; The LORD
51. 4 Hearken unto me, my people; andgiveear
Jer. 6. 10 and they cannot hearken : behold, the w.
6. 17 Hearken . . But they said, We will not he.
6. 19 they have not hearkened unto my words
8. 6 I hearkened and heard, (but) they spake
Dan. 9. 19 O LORD, hearken and do ; defer not, for
Hos. 5. i hearken, ye house of Israel ; and give ye
Mic. i. 2 hearken, O earth, and all that therein is
Zech. i. 4 they did not hear, nor hearken unto me
7. ii But they refused to hearken, and pulled
Mai. 3. 16 and the LORD hearkened, and heard (it)
4. To hear, hearken, yoy shamea.
Gen. 3. 17 Because thou hast hearkened unto the v.
16. 2 And Abram hearkened to the voice of S.
21. 12 hearken unto her voice ; for in Isaac shall
23. 15 My lord, hearken unto me : the land (is)
23. 16 And Abraham hearkened unto Ephron
30. 17 God hearkened unto Leah, and she cone.
30. 22 God hearkened to her, and opened her
34. 17 But if ye will not hearken unto us, to be
34. 24 unto . . his son, hearkened all that went out
39. 10 he hearkened not unto her, to lie by her
49. 2 and hearken unto Israel your father
Exod. 3. 18 And they shall hearken to thy voice : and
4. i they will not believe me, nor hearken unto
4. 8, 9 if they will not believe, .neither hearken,
59
HEARKEN 466
13
13
is.
Exod 6 o hearkened not unto Moses for anguish of
6 la Israel have not hearkened unto me ; how
6 30 and how shall Pharaoh hearken unto me .
7 4 But Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you
7 13 that he hearkened not unto them ; as the
7 22 neither did he hearken unto them ; as the
8 is 19 hearkened not unto them ; as the Lo.
o lihearkeued not unto them ; as the LORD h.
ii o Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you ; that
is 26 If thou wilt diligently hearken to the vo.
1 6 20 Notwithstanding they hearkened not unto
18 19 Hearken now unto my voice, I will give
is 24 So Moses hearkened to the voice of his
Lev 26 14 But if ye will not hearken unto me, and
26 18 And if ye will not yet for all this hearken
26 2t And if ye. .will not hearken unto me ; I
26 27 if ye will not for all this hearken unto me
Sum 14 22 and have not hearkened to my voice
21 - And the LORD hearkened to the voice of J.
lieut i 45 the LORD would not hearken to your voice
, i Now therefore hearken, O Israel, unto the
7 12 if ye hearken to these judgments, and keep
q 19 But the LORD hearkened unto me at
q 23 ye believed him not, nor hearkened to
10 10 LORD hearkened unto me at that time also
11 13 if ye shall hearken diligently unto my
i , 3 Thou shalt not hearken unto the words of
8 Thou shalt not . . hearken unto him ; neith.
1 8 shalt hearken to the voice of the LORD
J5 5 Only if thou carefully hearken unto the
17 12 and will not hearken unto the priest that
!8 14 these nations, .hearkened unto observers
1 8 15 a Prophet, .unto him ye shall hearken
is 19 whosoever will not hearken unto my words
21 18 chastened him, will not hearken unto th.
3 ? $ the LORD thy God would not hearken unto
26 14 I have hearkened to the voice of the LORD
26 17 keep his statutes . . and to hearken unto his
27 o Take heed, and hearken,O Israel ; this day
28 i if thou shalt hearken diligently unto
28 2 if thou shalt hearken unto the voice of the
28 1 3 if that thou hearken unto the commandm.
28 15 if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of
28 45 because thou hearkenedst not unto the
o io If thou shalt hearken unto the voice of the
,4 9 the children of Israel hearkened unto him
Josh i. 17 According as we hearkened unto Moses
i 17 so will we hearken unto thee : only the
1 18 and will not hearken unto thy words in
10 14 LORD hearkened unto the voice of a man
24 io But I would not hearken unto Balaam
Judg 2 17 they would not hearken unto their judges
2 20 and have not hearkened unto my voice
, 4 know whether they would hearken unto
q 7 Hearken unto me . . that God may hearken
11 17 but the king of Edom would not hearken
n 28 Howbeit the king, .hearkened not unto
1 3 9 God hearkened to the voice of Manoah
ic" 25 But the men would not hearken to him
20. 13 But . . Benjamin would not hearken to the
x Sa 2 25 they hearkened not unto the voice of
8. 7 Hearken unto the voice of the people in
8 9 Now therefore hearken unto their voice
8 22 Hearken unto their voice, and make them
12 1 1 have hearkened unto your voice in all
15 i hearken thou unto the voice of the words
IQ 6 Saul hearkened unto the voice of Jonat.
25 35 I have hearkened to thy voice, and have
28 21 and have hearkened unto thy words wh.
28 22 hearken thou also unto the voice of thine
28 23 and he hearkened unto their voice. So he
30 24 who will hearken unto you in this matter?
a Sa. 12. 1 8 and he would not hearken unto our voice
13. 14 he would not hearken unto her voice
13 16 But he would not hearken unto her
i Ki 8 28 to hearken unto the cry and to the prayer
8 29 that thou mayest hearken unto the prayer
8 30 hearken thou to the supplication of thy
8 52 to hearken unto them in all that they c.
ii. 38 if thou wilt hearken unto all that I coin.
12 15 Wherefore the king hearkened not unto
12 16 when all Israel saw that the king heark.
12 24 They hearkened therefore to the word of
15 20 So Ben-hadad hearkened unto king Asa
20! 8 said . . Hearken not (unto him), nor cons.
20 25 he hearkened unto their voice, and did
22 28 said, Hearken, O people, every one of you
4 Ki.io. 6 and (if) ye will hearken unto my voice
1 3 4 and the LORD hearkened unto him ; for he
16 9 the king of Assyria hearkened unto him
17 40 Howbeit they did not hearken, but they
18 31 Hearken not to Hezekiah : for thus saith
i8 32 and hearken not unto Hezekiah, when he
20 13 Hezekiah hearkened unto them, and sho.
21 9 But they hearkened not: and Mauasseh
2 -> 13 because our lathers have not hearkened
3 Ch. 6. 19 to hearken unto the cry and the prayer
6 20 to hearken unto the prayer which thy se.
6. 21 Hearken therefore unto the supplications
10 is So the king hearkened not unto the people
10 16 that the king would not hearken unto
16 4 And Ben-hadad hearkened unto king Asa
18. 27 And he said, Hearken, all ye people
24. 17 princes, .then the king hearkened unto
25. 16 and hast not hearkened unto my counsel
30. 20 And the LORD hearkened to Hezekiah
35. 22 and hearkened not unto the words of N.
Neh. 9. 16, 29 hearkened not to thy commandments
13. 27 Shall we then hearken unto you to do all
Esth. 3. 4 and he hearkened not unto them, that
Job 32. io Therefore I said, Hearken to me ; I also
33. 31 Mark well, Job ; hearken unto me : hold
JoD , 33 if not, hearken unto me : hold thy peace
34 ^o Therefore hearken unto me, ye men of
. 34 and let a wise man hearken unto me
Psa 3 1 1 Come, ye children, hearken unto me; I will
5 io Hearken, O daughter, and consider, and
58 5 Which will not hearken to the voice of
81 8 O Israel, if thou wilt hearken unto me
81 ii But my people would not hearken to my
81 13 Oh that my people had hearkened unto
103 20 hearkening unto the voice of his word
106! 25 hearkened not unto the voice of the LORD
Prov i 33 whoso hearkeueth unto me shall dwell
7 24 Hearken unto me now therefore, O ye
8 -2 Now therefore hearken unto me, O ye ch.
i- 15 he that hearkeneth unto counsel (is) wise
23 22 Hearken unto thy father that begat thee
Isa 36 16 Hearken not to Hezekiah ; for thus saith
46 3 Hearken unto me, O house of Jacob, and
46 12 Hearken unto me, ye stout hearted, that
48 i" Hearken unto me.O Jacob and Israel, my
S i I Hearken to me, ye that follow after right,
si 7 Hearken unto me, ye that know righteo.
55 2 hearken diligently unto me, and eat ye
Jer 7 24 But they hearkened not, nor inclined
7 26 Yet they hearkened not unto me, nor inc.
7 27 but they will not hearken to thee : thou
ii ii Behold. .1 will not hearken unto them
16 12 that they may not hearken unto me
17 24 if ye diligently hearken unto me, saith
17 27 But if ye will not hearken unto me to
18 io hearken to the voice of them that cont.
2- 16 Hearken not unto the words of the prop
25 3 I have spoken, .but ye have not hearke.
25! 4 but ye have not hearkened, nor inclined .
25 7 Yet ye have not hearkened unto me, saith |
26. 3 If so be they will hearken, and turn every
26 4 If ye will not hearken to me, to walk in
26 5 To hearken to the words of my servants
26 5 and sending (them), but ye have not he.
"
27 9 Therefore hearken not ye to your proph.
27 14 hearken not unto the words of the prop.
27. 16 Hearken not to the words of your prop.
27 17 Hearken not unto them ; serve the king
29 8 neither hearken to your dreams which ye
29 12 pray unto me, and I will hearken unto
20 19 they have not hearkened to my words
32. 33 have not hearkened to receive instruction
34. 14 but your fathers hearkened not unto me
?4 17 Ye have not hearkened unto me, in
Is 1 3 instruction to hearken to my words . saith
35 14 have spoken, .but ye hearkened not unto
35 15 inclined your ear, nor hearkened unto me
35 16 this people hath not hearkened unto me
36. 31 I have pronounced, .but they hearkened
37. 2 did hearken unto the words of the LORD
37 14 he hearkened not to him : so Irijah took
38. 15 counsel, wilt thou not hearken unto me?
44. 1 6 we will not hearken unto thee
i 5 they hearkened not, nor inclined their
ze 3 6 they would have hearkened unto thee
3. 7 Israel will not hearken unto thee ; for
i 7 they will not hearken unto me : for all
"o 8 rebelled . . and would not hearken unto me
20 39 (also), if ye will not hearken unto me: but
Dan o. 6 hearkened unto thy servants the prophets I
Hos. 9. 17 they did not hearken unto him : and they |
Zech. i. 4 they did not hear, nr hearken unto me
5. To give ear, hearken, hear, O.KOVOJ akouo.
Mark 4 3 Hearken ; Behold, there went out a sower
7. 14 Hearken unto me every one (of you), and
Acts 4. 19 to hearken unto you more than unto God
2 Men, brethren, and fathers, hearken ; The
ic 13 saying, Men (and) brethren, hearken unto
Jas. 2. 5 Hearken, my beloved brethren, Hath not
6.To hearken a little, viraKova hupakouo.
Acts 12. 13 a damsel came to hearken, named Rhoda
HEARKEN to or unto, to
I. To give ear, }\K azan, 5.
Gen. 4. 23 ye wives of Lamech, hearken unto my sp.
2. To obey authority, TreiflapWoi peitharcheo.
Acts 27. 21 ye should have hearkened unto me, and
3. To receive in the ear, give ear to, evwrifrpai enot.
Acts 2. 14 known unto you, and hearken to my wo.
HEARKENING
To hear, ycy shamea.
Psa. 103. 20 hearkening unto the voice of his word
HEART
1. The heart, S? 1>al.
Dan. 6. 14 set (his) heart on Daniel to deliver him
2. Tlie. heart, aS leb.
Gen. 6. 5 imagination of the thoughts of his heart
6. 6 repented . . and it grieved him at his heart
8. 21 the LORD said in his heart, I will not
8 21 imagination of man s heart (is) evil from
1717 said in his heart, Shall (a child) be born
1 8. 5 and comfort ye your hearts ; after that ye
24 45 before I had done speaking in mine heart
27 41 and Esau said in his heart, The days ol
4-. 28 their heart failed (them), and they were
45 26 Jacob s heart fainted, lor he believed them
Exod. 4. 14 seeth thee, he will be glad in his heart
4. 21 I will harden his heart, that he shall not
7 3 will harden Pharaoh s heart, and multiply
7. 13 hardened Pharaoh s heart, that he heark.
7. 14 Pharaoh s heart (is) hardened, he refuseth
7 22 Pharaoh s heart was hardened.neither did
7. 23 neither did he set his heart to this also
HEART
Exod. 8. 15 he hardened his heart, and hearkened not
8. 19 and Pharaoh s heart was hardened, and he
8. 32 Pharaoh hardened his heart at this time
o. 7 the heart of Pharaoh was hardened, and he
o. 12 the LORD hardened the heart of Pharaoh
q. 14 send all my plagues upon thine heart
o. 34 hardened his heart, he and his servants
9. 35 the heart of Pharaohwashardened.neithcr
io. i I have hardened his heart, and the heart
io. 20 LORD hardened Pharaoh s ht-art, so that
10. 27 the LORD hardened Pharaoh s heart, and
11. io LORD hardened Pharaoh s heart, so that
14. 4 I will harden Pharaoh s heart, that he
14. 8 the LORD hardened the heart of Pharaoh
14. 17 will harden the hearts of the Egyptians
15. 8 were congealed in the heart of the sea
25. 2 that giveth it willingly with his heart
28. 29 breastplate of judgment upon his heart
28. 30 they shall be upon Aaron s heart when he
28. 30 judgment of the children . . upon his heart
31. 6 the hearts of all that are wise hearted
35. 5 whosoever (is) of a willing heart, let him
35. 21 every one whose heart stirred him up
35. 26 the women whose heart stirred them up
35 29 whose heart made them willing to bring
35. 34 hath put in his heart that he may teach
35. 35 Them hath he filled with wisdom of heart
36. 2 in whose heart the LORD had put wisdom
36. 2 every one whose heart stirred him up to
Num32. 7 wherefore discourage ye the heart of the
32. 9 discouraged the heart of the children
Deut28. 65 shall give thee there a trembling heart
29. 4 hath not given you an heart to perceive
29. 19 I walk in the imagination of mine heart
Josh ii. 20 was of the LORD to harden their hearts
14. 8 brethren . .made the heart of the people
Judg. 5. 9 heart (is) toward the governors of Israel
s . 15 Reuben (there were) great thoughts of h.
5. 16 (there were) great searchings of heart
9. 3 their hearts inclined to follow Abimelech
16. 15 when thine heart (is) not with me? thou
16. 17 told her all his heart, and said unto her
16. 18 saw that he had told her all his heart
16. 18 Come . .for he hath showed me all his he.
16. 25 when their hearts were merry, that they
18. 20 the priest s heart was glad ; and he took
19. 5 Comfortthineheartwithamorselofbread
IQ. 6 Be content . . and let thine heart be merry
19. 22 as they were making their hearts merry
Ruth 3. 7 his heart was merry, he went to lie down
iSa. i. 13 Now Hannah, she spake in her heart
2. i My heart rejoiceth in the LORD ; mine h.
4. 13 for his heart trembled for the ark of God
6. 6 as the Egyptians . . hardened their hearts ?
10. 9 God gave him another heart : andall those
io. 26 a band of men, whose hearts God had tou.
17. 32 Let no man s heart fail because of him
24. 5 David s heart smote him, because he had
25. 31 nor offence of heart unto my lord, either
25. 36 and Nabal s heart (was) merry within him
9 Sa, 6. 16 and she despised him in her heart
7. 21 according to thine own heart, hast thou
7. 27 hath thy servant found in his heart to pr.
13 28 Mark ye now when Amnon s heart is mer.
13 33 let not my lord .. take the thing to. .heart
14 i that the king s heart (was) toward Absa.
is. 6 so Absalom stole the hearts of the men
1 5 13 Theheartsof the men of Israel are after A.
17. io whose heart (is) as the heart of a lion, sha.
1 8 14 thrust them through the heart of Absalom
19. 19 that the king should take it to his heart
24. io And David s heart smote him after that
1 Ki. 3. 9 Give.. thy servant an understanding hea.
3 12 lo, I have given thee a wise, .heart; soth.
4 29 God gave Solomon .. largeness of heart
8 23 that walk before thee with all their hea.
8 66 went unto their tents joyful and glad of h.
9 3 and mine heart shall be there perpetually
10. 24 his wisdom, which God hath put in his h.
11. 3 and his wives turned away his heart
12 26 Jeroboam said in his heart. Now shall
12. 27 then shall the heart of this people turn ag.
12 33 month.. he had devised of his own heart
1 8 37 thou hast turned their heart back again
21 7 Arise., eat bread, and let thine heart be m.
2 Ki s 26 he said unto him, Went not mine heart
6 ii Therefore the heart of the king of Syria
q. 24 and the arrow went out at his heart and
12 4 money that cometh into any man s heart
ii" io and thine heart hath lifted thee up
~3 3 with all (their)heart and all (their) soul, to
i Ch.i2. 33 (they were) not of double heart
12 38 the rest also of Israel (were) of one heart
is 29 and she despised him in her heart
16 io let the heart of them rejoice that seek
17 19 according to thine own heart, hast thou
26! 9 serve him with a perfect heart, and with
20 9 because with perfect heart they offered
z Ch. t>. u that walk before thee with all their hea.
6 38 return to thee with all their heart and
7 io glad and merry in heart for the goodness
7 ii all that came into Solomon s heart to make
7 16 and mine heart shall be there perpetually
q 23 his wisdom, that God had put in his hea.
14 because he prepared not his heart to seek
29! 31 and as many as were of a free heart, bur.
HEART
z Ch.3o. 12 was to givt them one heart to do the com.
32. 25 for his heart was lifted up : therefore
32. 26 humbk d himself for the pride of his he.
Ezra 6. 22 turned the heart of the king of Assyria
7. 27 put (such a thing) as this in the king s h.
Neh. 2. 2 this(is) nothing (rlsi-) but sorrow of heart
2. 12 what my God had put in my heart to do
6. 8 thou feignest them out of thine own heart
7. 5 my God put into mine heart to gather
Esth. i. 10 when the heart of the king was merry with
5. 9 Then went Haman forth, .with a glad h.
6. 6 Now Haman thought in his heart, To wh.
7. 5 that durst presume in his heart to do so ?
Job 7. 17 thou shouldest set thine heart upon him ?
8. 10 and utter words out of their heart?
11. 13 If thou prepare thine heart, and stretch
12. 24 He taketh away the heart of the thief of
15. 12 Why doth thine heart carry thee away;
17. 4 thou hast hid their heart from understa.
23. 16 For God maketh my heart soft, and the A.
29. 13 I caused the widow s heart to sing for joy
31. 7 and mine heart walked after mine eyes
31. 9 If mine heart have been deceived by a
31. 27 my heart hath been secretly enticed, or
33- 3 My words (shall be of). . my heart ; and
34. 14 If he set his heart upon man,(if) he gather
36. 13 But the hypocrites in heart heap up wrath
57. i At this also my heart trembleth, and is
37. 24 respecteth not any (that are) wise of heart
41. 24 His heart is as firm as a stone ; yea, as h.
Psa. 4. 7 Thou hast put gladness in my heart, more
7. 10 of God, which saveth the upright in heart
9. i I will praise (thee). .with my whole heart
10. 6 He hath said in his heart, I shall not be
10. ii He hath said in his heart, God hath for.
10. 13 he hath said in his heart, Thou wilt not
10. 17 thou wilt prepare their heart, thou wilt
11. 2 they may. .shoot at the upright in heart
12. 2 (and) with a double heart, do they speak
13. 5 my heart shall rejoice in thy salvation
14. i The fool hath said in his heart. (There is)
16. 9 Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory
17. 3 Thou hast proved mine heart ; thou hast
19. 8 The statutes . . rejoicing the heart : the co.
19. 14 Let. .themeditationofmyheart.beaccept.
21. 2 Thou hast given him his heart s desire
22. 14 my heart is like wax ; it is melted in the
26. 2 O LORD . . try my ruins and my heart
27. 3 my heart shall not fear ; though war sho.
27. 8 my heart said unto thee, Thy face, LORD
27. 14 and he shall strengthen thine heart : wait
28. 7 my heart trusted in him, and I am helped
28. 7 therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth ; and
32. ii shout, .all (ye that are) upright in heart
33. ii the thoughts of his heart to all generati.
33. 15 He fashioneth their hearts alike ; he con.
33. 21 For our heart shall rejoice in him ; betau.
34. 18 nigh unto them that are of a broken hea.
35. 25 Let them not say in their hearts, Ah ! so
36. i the wicked saith within my heart (that th.)
36. 10 thy righteousness to the upright in heart
37. 4 shall give thee the desires of thine heart
37. 15 sword shall enter into their own heart
37. 31 The law of his God (is) in his heart ; none
38. 8 by reason of the disquietness of my heart
38. 10 My heart panteth, my strength faileth me
39. 3 My heart was hot within me ; while I was
40. 10 hid thy righteousness within my heart ; I
40. 12 they are more . . therefore myheart faileth
41. 6 his heart gathereth iniquity to itself ;(wh.)
44. 18 Our heart is not turned back, neither have
44- 21 for he knoweth the secrets of the heart
45. i My heart is inditing a good matter : I
45- 5 Thine arrows (are) sharp in the heart of
49- 3 and the meditation of my heart (shall be)
51. 10 Create in me a clean heart, O God ; and
51. 17 a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou
53. i The fool hath said in his heart. (There is)
55. 4 My heart is sore pained within me ; and
55. 21 but war (was) in his heart: his words were
57. 7 My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fix.
58. 2 Yea, in heart ye work wickedness ; ye w.
61. 2 when my heart is overwhelmed : lead me
2. 10 if riches increase, set aot your heart(upon)
4. 6 both the inward (thought), .and the heart
64. 10 and all the upright in heart shall glory
66. 18 If I regard iniquity in my heart, the LORD
9. 20 Reproach hath broken my heart, and I am
74. 8 They said in their hearts. Let us destroy
78. 8 a generation (that) set not their heart ar.
78. 37 For their heart was not right with him
81. 12 gave them up unto their own hearts lust
84. 2 my heart and my flesh crieth out for the
94. 15 all the upright in heart shall follow it
97. ii and gladness forthe upright in heart
02. 4 My heart is smitten, and withered like
05. 3 let the heart of them rejoice that seek
05. 25 He turned their heart to hate his people
07. 12 he brought down their heart with labour
08. i God, my heart is fixed ; I will sing
09. 22 and my heart is wounded within me
12. 7 his heart is fixed, trusting in the LORD
12. 8 His heart (is) established, he shall not be
19. 2 (and that) seek him with the whole heart
19. 10 With my whole heart have I sought thee
19. ii Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I
19- 3 2 run . . when thou shalt enlarge my heart
19. 34 I shall observe it with (my) whole heart
19. 36 Incline my heart unto thy testimonies
19- 58 I entreated, .with (my) whole heart : be
19- 69 will keep thy precepts with (my) whole h
19- 70 Their heart is as fatasgrease ; (but)Idelig
467 HEART
Psa.ii9. 80 Let my heart be sound in thy statutes
119. in for they (are) the rejoicing of my heart
119. 112 I have inclined mine heart to perform
119. 145 I cried with (my) whole heart ; hear me
119. 161 my heart standeth in awe of thy word
131. i LORD, my heart is not haughty, nor mine
138. i I will praise thee with my whole heart
140. 2 Which imagine mischiefs in (their) heart
141. 4 Incline not my heart to (any) evil thing
143. 4 Therefore., my heart within me is dcsnia.
147. 3 healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth
Prov. 2 . 2 (and) apply thine heart to understanding
2. 10 When wisdom entereth into thine heart
3. i let thine heart keep my commandments
3. 3 write them upon the table of thine heart
3. 5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart
4. 4 Let thine heart retain my words : keep my
4. 23 Keep thy heart with all diligence ; for
5. 12 have I hated instruction, and my heartde.
6. 14 Frowardness (is) in his heart, he deviseth
6. 1 8 An heart that deviseth wicked imaginati.
6. 21 Bind them continually upon thine heart
7. 3 write them upon the table of thine heart
7. 10 there met him a woman . . subtil of heart
7. 25 Let not thine heart decline to her ways
8. 5 ye fools, be ye of an understanding heart
10. 8 The wise in heart will receive command.
10. 20 the heart of the wicked (is) little worth
11. 20 They that areof a froward heart(are) ab.
1 1. 29 fool (shall be) servant to the wise of heart
12. 8 but he that is of a perverse heart shall be
12. 20 Deceit (is) in the heart of them that imag.
12. 23 the heart of fools proclaimeth foolishness
12. 25 Heaviness in the heart of man maketh
13. 12 Hope deferred maketh the heart sick: but
14. 10 The heart knoweth his own bitterness; and
14. 13 Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful
14. 14 The backslider in heart shall be filled with
14. 30 A sound heart (is) the life of the flesh : but
14. 33 Wisdom resteth in the heart of him that
15. 7 but the heart of the foolish (doeth) not so
15. 13 A merry heart maketh a cheerful counte.
15. 13 but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is
15. 14 The heart of him., seeketh knowledge: but
15. 15 he that is of a merry heart (hath) a con.
15. 28 heart of the righteous studieth to answer
15. 30 The light of the eyes rejoiceth the heart
16. i The preparations of the heart in man, and
1 6. 5 Every one (that is) proud in heart (is) an
16. 9 A man s heart deviseth his way : but the
1 6. 21 The wise in heart shall be called prudent
16. 23 The heart of the wise teacheth his mouth
17. 16 get wisdom, seeing (he hath) no heart (to
17. 20 He that hath a froward heart flndeth no
17.22 A. merry heart doeth good (like) a medic.
18. 2 but that his heart may discover itself
18. 12 Before destruction the heart of man is
18. T 5 The heart of the prudent getteth knowled.
19. 3 and his heart fretteth against the LORD
19. 21 (There are) many devices in a man s heart
20. 5 Counsel in the heart of man (is like) deep
20. q I have made my heart clean, I am pure
21. i The king s heart (is) in the hand of the
21. 4 An high look, and a proud heart, (and)
22. ii He that lovetn pureness of heart, (for)
1
22. 15 Foolishness (is) bound in the heart of a
22. 17 apply thine heart unto my knowledge
23. 7 drink, saith he . . but his heart (is) not
73. 12 Apply thine heart unto instruction, and
23. 15 My sou, if thine heart be wise, my heart
23. 17 Let not thine heart envy sinners : but
23. 19 be wise, and guide thine heart in the way
23. 26 My son, give me thine heart, and let thine
23. 33 thine heart shall utter perverse things
24. 2 For their heart studieth destruction, and
24. 17 let not thine heart be glad when he stum.
25. 3 and the heart of kings (is) unsearchable
25. 20 he that singeth songs to an heavy heart
26. 23 Burning lips and a wicked heart (are like
26. 25 (there are) seven abominations in his he.
27. Q Ointment and perfume rejoice the heart
27.
* i My son, be wise, and make my heart glad
97. 19 As in water, .so the heart of man to man
?8 1 4 he that hardeneth his heart shall fall into
18. 26 He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool
31. i j heart of her husband doth safely trust in
Eccl. i. 13 I gave my heart to seek and search out
1. 16 I communed with mine own heart, say.
1. 1 6 my heart had great experience of wisdom
1. 17 I gave my heart to know wisdom, and to
2. i I said in mine heart, Go to now, I will
2. 3 I sought in mine heart to give myself unto
2. 3 yet acquainting mine heart with"wisdom
2. 10 I withheld not my heart from any joy
2. 10 for my heart rejoiced in all my labour
2. 15 Then said I in my heart, As it happeneth
2. 15 Then I said in my heart, that this also (is)
2. 20 I went about to cause myheart to despair
3. 22 of the vexation of his heart, wherein he
2. 23 his heart taketh not rest in the night
3. ii also he hath set the world in their heart
3. 17 I said in mine heart, God shall judge the
3. 18 I said in mine heart concerning the estate
5. 2 let not thine heart be hasty to utter (any
5. 20 God answereth (him) in the joy of his h
7. 2 and the living will lay (it) to his heart
7. 3 for by the sadness . . the heart is made bet.
7. 4 heart of the wise (is) in the house of mo.
7. 4 but the heart of fools (is) in the house of
7. 7 man mad ; and a gift destroyeth the heart
7. 22 oftentimes also thine own heart knoweth
7. 25 applied mine heart to know, and to search
Isa.
Jer.
Eccl. 7. 26 the woman whose heart (is) snares and iieU
8. 5 a wise man s heart discerneth both time
8. 9 and applied my heart unto cv. IT work
8. 1 1 therefore the heart of the sons of men is
8. 16 I applied mine heart to know wisdom, and
9. i For all this I considered in my heart, ev.
9. 3 also the heart of the sons of men is full of
9. 7 and drink thy wine with a merry h. art
10. 2 A wise man s heart, .but a fool s heart
11. 9 let thy heart cheer thee in the days of thy
n. 9 walk in the ways of thine heart, and in the
ii. 10 Therefore remove sorrow from thy Ii> art
Song 3. ii in the day of the gladness of his heart
5. 2 I sleep, but my heart waketh : (it ig) the
8. 6 Set me as a seal upon thine heart, as a
6. 10 Make the heart of this people fat, and
15. 5 heart shall cry out for Moab ; his fugitive
29. 13 have removed their heart far from me
32. 6 and his heart will work iniquity, to prac.
33. 18 Thine heart shall meditate terror. Where
35. 4 Say to them (that are) of a fearful heart
38. 3 how I have walked . . with a perfect heart
42. 25 it burned him, yet he laid (it) not to heart
44. 19 And none considereth in his heart.neither
44. 20 a deceived heart hath turned him aside
47. 7 didst not lay these (things) to thy heart
47. 10 thou hast said in thine heart, I (am), and
51. 7 the people in whose heart (is) my law
57. i perisheth, and no man layeth (it) to heart
57. ii and hast not. .laid (it) to thy heart ? have
57. 15 and to revive the heart of the contrite
57. 17 went on frowardly in the way of his heart
59. 13 uttering from the heart words of falsehood
63. 4 For the -lay of vengeance (is) inminehea.
63. 17 LORD, why hast thou . . hardened our heart
65. 14 my servants shall sing for joy of heart,buc
65. 14 ye shall cry for sorrow of heart, and shall
66. 14 when ye see(this), your heart shall rejoice
3. 10 not turned onto me with her whole heart
3. 15 give you pastors according to mine heart
3. 17 after the imagination of their evil heart
4. 9 the heart of the king . . and the heart of the
4. 14 wash thine heart from wickedness, that
4. 18 because it reacheth unto thine heart
4 19 I am pained at my very heart ; my heart
5. 23 this people hath a revolting, .heart; they
7. 24 in the imagination of their evil heart, and
7. 31 (them) not, neither came it into my heart
8. 1 8 I would comfort myself, .my heart (is) fai.
9. 14 after the imagination of their own heart
9. 26 the house, .(are)tindrcumcised in the he.
n. 8 in the imagination of their evil heart
1 1. 20 O LORD . . that triest the veins and the h.
12. 3 seen me, and tried mine heart toward thee
12. 1 1 desolate, because no man layeth (it) to he.
13. 10 walk in the imagination of tlieir heart, and
14. 14 they prophesy, .the deceit of their heart
\6. 12 walk., after the imagination of his evil he.
17. i (it is) graven upon the table of their heart
17. 5 and whose heart departeth from the Lor.D
17. 9 The heart (is) deceitful above all (things)
17- 10 I the LORD search the heart, (I) try the re.
18. 12 will.. do the imagination of his evil heart
20. 9 was in mine heart as-a burning fire shut
20. 12 seestthe reins and the heart, let me see thy
22. 17 But thine eyes and thine heart (are) not
23. 9 Mine heart within me is broken because of
23. 16 they speaka vision of their own heart,(and)
23. 17 after the imagination of his own heart, No
23. 20 have performed the thoughts of his heart
23. it> How long shall(t bis) be in the heart of the
23. 26 prophets of the deceit of their own heart
24. 7 I will give them an heart to know me, that
24. 7 return unto me with their whole heart
30. 21 for who (is) this that engaged his heart to
30. 2^ have performed the intents of his heart
31. 21 set thine heart toward the highway, (even)
31. 33 write it in their hearts ; and will be their
32. 39 I will give them one heart, and one way
32. 41 I will plant them . .with my whole heart
48. 29 his pride, and the haughtiness of his heart
48. 36 mine heart shall sound for Moab like pipes
48. 36 and mine heart shall sound like pipes for
48. 41 mighty men s hearts, .as the heart of aw.
49. 16 pride of thine heart, O thou that dwellest
49. 22 heart of the mighty., be as the heart of a
Lam. i. 20 mine heart is turned within me ; for I h.
1. 22 my sighs (are) many, and my heart (is) f.
2. 18 Their heart cried unto the LORD, O wall of
2. 19 pour out thine heart like water before the
3. 65 Give them sorrow of heart, thy curse unto
5. 15 The joy of our heart is ceased ; our dance
5. 17 For this our heart is faint ; for these (th.)
6. 9 I am broken with their whorish heart
ii. 19 I will give them one heart, and I will put
ii. 19 take the stony heart, .give them an heart
ii. 21 whose heart walkethaftertheheart of their
13. 2 them that prophesy out of their own heart
13. 17 which prophesy out of their own heart
13. 22 ye have made the heart of the righteous
14. 3 have set up their idols in their heart, and
14. 4, 7 setteth up his idols in his heart, and
14. 5 I may take . . Israel in their own heart
18. 31 make you a new heart and a new spirit
20. 16 polluted, .for tlieir heart went after their
21. 7 every heart shall melt, and all hands shall
21. 15 that (their) heart may faint, and (their)
22. 14 Can thine heart endure, or can thine
28. 2 Because thine heart (is) lifted up.and thou
28. 2 though thou set thine heart as the heart
28. 6 Because thou hast set . . as the heart of G.
28. 17 Thine heart was lifted up because of thy
Eze.
HEART 168
Eze. 32. 9 I will also vex the hearts of mauy people
33. 31 their heart goeth after their covet, msn.-s.s
36. 26 A new heart also will I give you, and a
36. 26 will take away the stony heart out of your
36. 26 flesh, ami I will give you an heart of Mesh
40. 4 set thine heart; upon all that I shall show
44. 7 strangers, uncireumeised in heart, and
44. 9 No stranger, uneircumcised in heart, nor
Dan. i. 8 But Daniel purposed in his heart that he
10. 12 first day that thou didst set thine heart t<>
Hos. 4. it wine and new wine take away the heart
7 . 6 they have made ready their heart like an
7. ii Kphraim also, .without heart : they call
7. 14 have not cried unto me with their heart
10. 2 Their heart is divided ; now shall they be
11. 8 Mine heart is turned within me, my rep.
13. 6 they were filled, and their heart was ex.
13. 8 will rend the caul of their heart, and there
Obad. 3 pride of thine heart hath deceived th.-e
3 that saith in his heart, Who shall bring
Nah. 2. 10 and the heart melteth, and the knees sm.
Zeph. 3. 14 be glad and rejoice with all the heart
Zech. 7. 12 they made their hearts (as) an adamant
10. 7 their heart shall rejoice, .heart shall rej.
12. 5 the governors, .shall say in their heart
Mai. 2. a and if ye will not lay (it) to heart, to give
2. a already, because ye do not lay (it) to heart
4. 6 he shall turn the heart of the fathers to
4. 6 the children, and the heart of the children
3. The heart, 21
? leh.
Dan. 7. 28 in me : but I kept the matter in my heart
4. The heart, 3?^ lebab.
Gen. 20. 5 in the integrity of my heart, and iuuocency
20. 6 didst this in the integrity of thy heart
Kxodi4. s heart of I haraoh and of his servants was
Lev. IQ. 17 shall not hate thy brother in thine heart
26. 36 1 will send a faintnessinto their hearts in
26. 41 if then their uncircumcised hearts be
N urn 1 5. 39 ye seek not after your own heart and your
Dent. i. 28 our brethren have discouraged our heart
2. 30 and made his heart obstinate, that he mi.
4.
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9 lest they depart from thy heart all the
4 29 if thou seek him with all thy heart and
4 39 consider (it) in thine heart, that the LOUD
5 29 O that there was such an heart in them
6. 5 shalt love the LORD .with all thine heart
6. 6 And these words . . shall be in thine heart
7 17 If thou shalt say in thine heart, These
8. 2 toknowwhat(was)in thine heart, whether
8. 5 Thou shalt also consider in thine heart
8. 14 Then thine heart be lifted up, and thou
8 17 And thou say in thine heart, My power
g. 4 Speak not thou in thine heart, after that
Q 5 or for the uprightness of thine heart, dost
jo. 12 and to servethe LORD, .with all thy heart
10. 16 Circumcise, .the foreskin of your heart
11.13 and to serve him with all your heart and
11. 16 that your heart be not deceived, and ye
ii. 18 lay up these my words in your heart and
13. 3 love the LORD, .with all your heart and
15. 7 thou shalt not harden thine heart, nor
15. a there be not a thought in thy wicked he.
15. 10 and thine heart shall not be grieved when
17 17 that his heart turn not away : neither sh.
17. 20 That his heart be not lifted up above his
18. 21 And if thou say in thine heart, How shall
iq. 6 while his heart is hot, and overtake him
20. 3 let not your hearts faint ; fear not, and
20. 8 brethren s heart faint as well as his heart
26. 1 6 keep and do them with all thine heart
28. ?8 shall smite thee with, .astonishment of h.
if 47 servedst not . . with gladness of heart, for
aE 67 for the fear of thine heart wherewith thou
29. 1 8 whose heart turneth away this day from
29. 19 that he bless himself in his heart, saying
30. 2 I command thee . . with all thine heart, and
30. 6 will circumcise thine heart, and the heart
30. 6 to love the LORD, .with all thine heart
30. 10 turn unto the LORD, .with all thine heart
30. 14 But the word (is) very nigh, .in thy heart
30 17 But if thine heart turn away, bo that thou
3?. 46 Set your hearts unto all the words which
Josh 2 ii hearts did melt, neither did there remain
5 i that their heart melted, neither was the.
7. 5 wherefore the hearts of the people melted
14 7 brought him word, .as (it was) in mine h.
22. 5 to serve him with all your heart, and with
23 14 ye know in all your hearts, and in all
24. 23 incline yourheart unto the LORD God of I
Judgiy. 8 Comfort thine heart, I pray thee. And
IQ 9 lodge here, that thine heart may be merry
i Sa. i. 8 why is thy heart grieved ? (am) not I bet
2 35 which (is) in mine heart and in my mind
6. 6 Wherefore then do ye harden your heart.
7. 3 If ye do return . . with all your hearts
7 ? and prepare your hearts unto the LORD
9. 10 and will tell thee all that (is) in thine he
12. 20 but serve the LORD with all your heart
12 24 and serve him in truth with all your hear
is 14 sought him a man after his own heart
14. 7 Do all that (is) in thine heart : turn thee
14 7 I (am) with thee according to thy heart
16. 7 outward . . but the LORD looketh on the h
17 28 and the naughtiness of thine heart; for
21 12 David laid up these words in his heart
i Sa 7.3 Go, do all that (is) in thine heart ; for th
19. 14 the heart of all the men of .ludali, e.\vn
i Ki. i. 4 to walk, .with all their heart and with al
2. 44 all the wickedness which thine heart is
3. 6 and in uprightness of heart with the.- ; an
. 17 it was in the heart of David my father t
1 Ki. 8. 18 Whereas it was in thine heart to build an
8. 18 didst well that it was in thine heart
8. 38 which shall know . . his own heart, and sp.
8. 39 whose heart thou knowest; for thou, (even)
8. 39 knowest the hearts of all the children of
8. 48 return unto thee with all their heart, and
8. 58 That he may incline our hearts unto him
8. 61 lA- t your heart therefore be perfect with
9. 4 in integrity of heart, and in uprightness
10. 2 she communed, .of all that was in her he.
11. 2 (for) surely they will turn away your he.
ii. 4 his wives turned away his heart afterothcr
ii. 4 heart was not perfect . . as (was) the heart
11. 9 because his heart was turned from the L.
14. 8 and who followed me with all his heart
15. 3 heart was not perfect, .as the heart of D.
15. 14 nevertheless Asa s heart was perfect with
2 Ki.io. 15 heart right, as my heart (is) with thy h. ?
10. 30 hast done, .all that (was) in mine heart
10. 31 took no heed to walk, .with all his heart
20. 3 how I have walked . . with a perfect heart
22. 19 Because thine heart was tender, and thou
23. 25 that turned to the LORD with all his heart
1 Ch.i2. 17 mine heart shall be knit unto you : but if
12. 38 All these men . . came with a perfect heart
17. 2 Do all that (is) in thine heart ; for God (is)
;2. 19 Now set your heart and your soul to seek
28. 2 I (had) in mine heart to build an house of
28. 9 searcheth all hearts, and understandeth all
29. 17 I know also, .that thou triest the heart
29. 17 in the uprightness of mine heart I have
29. 18 keep this for ever in . .the heart of thy pe.
29. 1 8 and prepare their heart unto thee
2 Ch. i. 1 1 Because this was in thine heart, and thou
6. 7 it was in the heart of David my father to
6. 8 Forasmuch as it was in thine heart to build
6. 8 didst well in that it was in thine heart
6. 30 and render unto every man . .whose heart
6. 30 for thou only knowest the hearts of the ch.
9. i she communed . . of all that was in her hea.
11. 16 such as set their hearts to seek the LORDG.
15. 12 to seek the LORD God. with all their heart
1 5. 15 for they had sworn with all their heart, and
15. 17 nevertheless the heart of Asa was perfect
16. 9 behalf of (tliem) whose heart (is) perfect
19. 3 and hast prepared thine heart to seek God
19. 9 saying, Thus shall ye do . . with a perfect h.
20. 33 the people had not prepared their hearts
22. 9 who sought the LORD with all his heart
25. 2 did. .right, .but not with a perfect heart
29. 10 Now (it is) in mine heart to make a coven.
29. 34 the Lerites(were) more upright in heart to
30. 19 prepareth hisheartto seek God, the LORD
31. 21 he did (it) with all his heart, and prospered
32. 31 he might know all (that was) in his heart
34. 27 Because thine heart was tender, and thou
34. 3 1 and his statutes, with all his heart, and wi.
36. 13 hardened his heart from turning unto the
Ezra 7. 10 Ezra had prepared his heart to seek the law
Neh. 9. 8 And foundest his heart faithful before th.
Job i. 5 sinned, and cursed God in their hearts
9. 4 (He is) wise inheart, and mighty in streng.
10. 13 these (things) hast thou hid in thine heart
17.11 broken off, (even) the thoughts of my heart
22. 22 and lay up his words in thine heart
27. 6 my heart shall not reproach (me) so long
Psa. 4. 4 commune with your own heart upon your
13. 2 (having) sorrow in my heart daily ? how lo.
15. 2 and speaketh the truth in his heart
20. 4 Grant thee according to thine own heart
22. 26 shall praise., your heart shall live for ever
24. 4 that hath clean hands, and a pure heart
25. 17 The troubles of my heart are enlarged
28. 3 peace . .but mischief (is) in their hearts
31. 24 he shall strengthen your heart, all ye that
62. 8 ye people, pour out your heart before him
69. 32 and your heart shall live that seek God
73. i good, .(even) to such as are of a clean heart
73. 7 they have more than heart could wish
73- 3 Verily I have cleansed my heart (in) vain
73. 21 my heart was grieved, and I was pricked in
73. 26 My flesh and my heart faileth : (but)Go<J
73. 26 the strength of my heart, and my portion
77. 6 I commune with mine own heart; and my
78. 18 they tempted God in their heart, by asking
78. 72 according to the integrity of his heart; am
84. 5 thee ; in whose heart (are) the ways (of t.
86. 1 1 O LORD, .unite my heart to fear thy nani(
86. 12 I will praise thee . . with all my heart ; am
90. 12 that we may apply (our) hearts unto wis
95. 8 Harden not your heart, as in the provoca
95. 10 It (is) a people that do err in their heart
101. 2 walk within my house with a perfect hearl
101. 4 A froward heart shall depart from me
101. 5 him that hath . .a proud heart will not I
104. 15 wine (that)maketh glad the heart of man
104. 15 and bread (which) strengtheneth man sh
109. 16 he might even slay the broken in heart
in. i will praise the LORD with (my) whole hear
119. 7 praise thee with uprightness of heart : am
139. 23 Search me, O Goo, and know my heart
Prov. 4. 21 keep them in the midst of thine heart
6. 25 Lust not after her beauty in thine heart
Eccl. 9. 3 madness (is) in their heart while they live
Isa. i . 5 whole head is sick, and the whole heart f
6. 10 and understand with their heart, and con
7. 2 his heart was moved, and the heart of hi
9. 9 say in the pride and stoutness of heart
10. 7 neither doth his heart think so ; but (it is
10. 7 in his heart to destroy and cut off nations
10. 12 I will punish the fruit of the stout heart
i). 7 be faint, and every mau s heart shall nil
HEART
Isa. 14. 13 For thou hast said in thine heart, I will
19. i heart ><\ Iviypt shall melt in the midst of
21. 4 My heart panted, fearfulnessatfrighted me
30. 29 gladness of heart, as when one goeth with
32. 4 heart also of the rash shall understand
47. 8 that sayest in thine heart, I (am), and no.
49. 21 Then shalt thou say in thine heart, Who
60. 5 and thine heart shall fear, and be enlarged
Jer. 4. 4 take away the foreskins of your heart, ye
5. 24 Neither say they in their heart, Let us
13. 22 if thou say in thine heart, Wherefore co.
15. 16 and thy word was. .rejoicing of mine heart
29. 13 ye shall search for me with all your heart
32. 40 but I will put my fear in their hearts
51. 46 lest your heart faint, and ye fear for the
Lam. 3. 41 Let us lift up our heart with (our) hands
Eze. 3. 10 all my words . receive in thine heart, and
18. 5 and thine heart is lifted up because of thy
28. 6 Because thou hast set thine heart as the
31. 10 and his heart is lifted up in his height
36. 5 with the joy of all (their)heart, with des.
Dan. 8. 25 and he shall magnify (himself) in his heart
ii. 12 his heart shall be lifted up ; and he shall
ii. 27 both these kings hearts (shall be) to do
ii. 28 heart (shall be) against the holy covenant
Hos. 7. 2 they considernot in their hearts (that) I
Joel 2. 12 Turn ye (even) to me with all your heart
2. 13 rend your heart, and not your garments
Zeph. i. 12 that say in their heart, The LORD will not
2. 15 that said in her heart, I (am), and (there
Zech. 7. 10 none of you imagine evil, .in your heart
8. 17 none of you imagine evil in your heart
5. The "heart, ajS leltab.
Dan. 2. 30 mightest know the thoughts of thy heart
4. 16 Let his heart be changed from man s
4. 16 and let a beast s heart be given unto him
s . 20 But when his heart was lifted up, and his
5. 21 and his heart was made like the beasts
5. 22 thou. .hast not humbled thine heart, tho.
7. 4 made stand . . and a man s heart was given
6. Heart, n$ libbah.
Psa. 7. 9 the righteous God trieth the hearts and
125. 4 to (them that are) upright in their heart*
Prov. 15. ii how much more then the hearts of the ch.
17. 3 for gold : but the LORD trieth the hearts
21. 2 eyes : but the LORD pondereth the hearts
24. 12 doth not he that pondereth the heart con.
Isa. 44. 1 8 their hearts, that they cannot understand
Eze. 16. 30 How weak is thine heart, saith the LORD
7. Sou,*, breath, tfSj nephesh.
Exod23. 9 for ye know the heart of a stranger, seeing
Lev. 26. 16 consume the eyes, and cause sorrow of h.
Deut 24. 15 for he (is) poor, and setteth his heart upon
1 Sa. 2. 33 consume thine eyes, and to grieve thine h.
2 Sa. 3. 21 mayest reign over all that thine heart
Psa 10. 3 the wicked boasteth of his heart s desire
Prov. 23. 7 For as he thinketh in his heart, so (is) he
28. 25 He that is of a proud heart stirreth up str.
31. 6 wine unto those that be of heavy hearts
Jer. 42. 20 For ye dissemble in your hearts, when ye
Lam. 3. 51 Mine eye affecteth mine heart l>ecause of
Eze. 25. 6 and rejoiced in heart with all thy despite
25. 15 with a despiteful heart, to destroy (it) for
27. 31 shall weep for thee with bitterness of heart
Hos. 4. 8 and they set their heart on their iniquity
8. Covered part, P^ sekvi.
Job 38. 36 who hath given understanding to the h.*
9. Bon-els, C i D meim.
Psa. 40. 8 6 my God . .thy law (is) within my heart
10. Centre, midst, :nj3 qereb.
Jer. 9. 8 peaceably . . but iu heart he layeth his wait
II. The heart, jcopSia kardia.
Matt. 5. 8 Blessed (are) the pure in heart : for they
5. 28 hath committed adultery . . in his heart
6. 21 where your treasure is, there . .your heart
9. 4 Wherefore think ye evil in your hearts?
11. 29 for I am meek and lowly in heart : and ye
12. 34 for out of the abundance of the heart the
12. 35 out of the good treasure [of the heart]
12. 40 andjthree nights in the heart of the earth
13. 15 For this people s heart is waxed gross
13. 15 and should understand with (their) heart
13 19 catcheth. .that which was sown in his h.
15 8 with (their) lips ; buttheir heart isfar fr.
15.18 But those things, .come forth from the h.
15 19 For outof the heart proceed evil thoughts
18 35 if ye from your hearts forgive not every
22. 37 love the Lord thy God with all thy heart
24. 48 if that evil servant shall say in his In-art
Mark 2 6 sitting there, and reasoning in their hea.
". 8 Whyreason ye these things in your hearts?
-. 5 grieved for the hardness of their hearts
4! 15 [takethaway the word, .sown in their he ]
6. 52 considered not . . for their heart was har.
7. 6 with (their) lips, but their heart is far from
j. 19 Because it entereth not into his heart
7. 21 outof the heart of men, proceed evil tho.
8. 17 saith . .have ye your heart yet hardened?
xi. 23 shall not doubt in his heart, but shall
12. 30 love the Lord thy God with all thy heart
ia. 33 to love him with all the heart, and with
Luke i. 17 to turn the hearts of the fathers to the
i. 51 proud in the imagination of their hearts
1. 66 And all they, .laid (them) up in their hea
2. 19 But Mary- .pondered (them) in her he;irt
2. 35 that the thoughts of many hearts may be
2. 51 mother kept all these savings in her heart
3 15 all men mused in their hearts of John
HEART
.Luke 5. 22 said. .What reason ye in your hearts?
f<. 45 out of the good treasure of his heart l>ri.
6. 45 [outof the evil treasure of his heart brin.)
>. 45 of the abundance of the heart his mouth
8. 12 taketh away the word out of their hearts
8. 15 in an honest and good heart, having
9. 47 perceivingthethoughtof then-heart, took
to. 27 love the Lord thy God with all thy heart
12. 34 where your treasure is there.
.your
heart
12. 45 But and if that servant say in his heart
16. 15 but God knoweth your hearts : for that
21. 14 Settle (it) therefore in your hearts, not to
21. 34 lest at any time your hearts be overchar.
24. 25 O fools, and slow of heart to believe all
24. 32 Did not our heart burn within us, while
24. 38 and why do thoughts arise in your hearts?
John 1 2. 40 He hath., hardened their heart; that they
12. 40 nor understand with (their) heart, and he
13. 2 the devil having now put into the heart
14. i Let not your heart be troubled : ye believe
14. 27 Let not your heart be troubled, neither let
16. 6 unto you, sorrow hath filled your heart
16. 22 your heart shall rejoice, and your joy no
Acts 2. 26 Therefore did my heart rejoice, and my
2. 37 they were pricked in their heart, and said
2. 46 did eat their meat with gladness . . of heart
4. 32 multitude., were of one heart., neither sa.
5. 3 why hath Satan filled thine heart to lie to
5. 4 why hast thou conceived, .in thine heart ?
7. 23 it came into his heart to visit his brethren
7. 39 in their hearts turned back again into Kg.
j. 51 uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do
7. 54 they were cut to the heart, and they gna.
8. 2 1 for thy heart is not right in the sight of G.
8. 22 if perhaps the thought of thine heart may
8. 37 [If thoubelievest with, .thine heart, thou]
ii. 23 that with purpose of heart they would cl.
13. 22 I have found David . . after mine own heart
14. 17 filling our hearts with food and gladness
15. 9 no difference, .purifying their hearts by f.
16. 14 whose heart the Lord opened, that she att.
21. 13 mean ye to weep and to break mine heart ?
28. 27 For tho heart of this people is waxed gro.
28. 27 understand witli (their) heart, and should
Rom. i. 21 and their foolish heart was darkened
1. 24 through the lusts of their own hearts, to
2. 5 after thy hardness and impenitent heart
2. 15 Which show the work, .in their hearts
2. 29 and circumcision (is that) of the heart, in
5. 5 love of God is shed abroad inourhearts by
<5. 17 ye have obeyed from the heart that form
8. 27 he that searcheth the hearts knoweth wh.
9. 2 That I have great heaviness . . in my heart
10. i my heart s desire and prayer to God for
10. 6 Say not in thine heart, Who shall ascend
to. 8 The word is nigh thee. .and in thy heart
10. 9 and shalt believe in thine heart that God
10. 10 For with the heart man believeth unto ri.
16. 18 and fair speeches deceive the hearts of
i Co. 2. 9 neither have entered into the heart of man
4. 5 make manifest the counsels of the hearts
7. 37 he that standeth stedfast in his heart
7. 37 and hath so decreed in his heart that he w.
14. 25 thus are the secrets of his heart made
a Co. i. 22 giventheearnestofthespiritinourhearts
2. 4 and anguish of heart I wrote unto you
3. 2 Ye are our epistle written in our hearts
3. 3 of stone, but in Meshy tables of the heart
3. 15 Moses is read, the veil is upon their heart
4. 6 hath shined in otir hearts, to (give) the
5. is which glory in appearance, and not in he. ;
f*. 6. ii our mouth is open unto you, our heart is
7. 3 ye are in our hearts to die and live with
8. 16 put the same earnest care into the heartof
9. 7 F.very man . . as he purposeth in his heart
Gal. 4. 6 sent forth the spirit . . into your hearts, c.
Eph. 3. 17 Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith
4. 18 because of the blindness of their heart
5. 19 making melody in your heart to the Lord
6. 5 in singleness of your heart, as unto Christ
6. 22 and (that) he might comfort your hearts
Phil. i. 7 I have you in my heart ; inasmuch as both
4. 7 shall keep your hearts and minds through
Col. 2. 2 That their hearts might be comforted
3. 15 let the peace of God rule in your hearts
3. 16 singing with grace in your hearts to the L.
3. 22 but in singleness of heart, fearing God
4. 8 know your estate, and comfort your he.
i Th. 2. 4 but God, which trieth our hearts
2. 17 being taken from you. .not in heart, end.
3. 13 he may stablish your hearts unblameable
zTh. 2. 17 Comfort your hearts, and stablish you in
3. 5 the Lord direct your hearts into the love
1 Ti. i. 5 charity out of a pure heart, and (of) a go.
2 Ti. 2. 22 that call on the Lord out of a pure heart
Heb. 3. 8, 15 Harden not your hearts, as in the pro.
3. 10 They do alway err in (their) heart : and
3. 12 lest there be in any of you an evil heart
4. 7 if ye will hear, .harden not your hearts
4. 12 and (is) a discerner. .of the heart
8. 10 and write them in their hearts ; and I will
10. 16 I will put my laws into their hearts, and in
10. 22 Let us draw near with a true heart, in full
10. 22 having our hearts sprinkled from an evil
13. 9 For (it is) a good thing that the heart be
Jas. i. 26 but deceiveth his own heart, this man s
3. 14 But if ye have bitter, .strife in yourhearts
4. 8 and purify (your) hearts, (ye) double min.
5 5 ye have nourished yourhearts, as in a day
5. 8 Be ye also patient ; stablish your hearts
Pe. i. 22 love one another with a pure heart ferve.
3. 4 Get it he) the hidden man of the heart.in
469
1 Pe. 3. 15 But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts
2 Pe. i. 19 and the day star arise in your hearts
2. 14 an licart they have exercised with covet,
i Jo. 3. 19 and shall assure our hearts before him
3. 20 if our heart condemn us, God is greater
3. 20 than our heart, and knoweth all things
3. 21 Beloved, if our heart condemn us not
Rev. 2. 23 he which searcheth the reins and hearts
17. 17 For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil
18. 7 for she saith in her heart,! sit a queen,and
\%.Soul, life, ^/VX TI psttche.
Eph. 6. 6 doing the will of God from the heart
HEART, hardness of
Dryness or hardness of heart, ffK^poKapSia skltr.
Matt 19. S Moses because l the hardness of your h.
Markio. 5 For the hardness of your heart he wrote
16. 14 with their unbelief and hardness of heart
HEART, which knoweth the
Heart knowing, KapSto-yviiiffrris kardiognostes.
Acts i. 24 Lord, which knowest the hearts of all (men)
15. 8 God, which knoweth the hearts, bare them
HEARTED
1. Jfeart, 3^ leb.
Exod2S. 3 shaltsppakuntoall(thatare)wisehearted
35. 10 every wise hearted among you shall come
35. 22 and women, as many as were willing hea.
35. 25 the women that were wise hearted did spin
36. i every wise hearted man, in whom the LOUD
36. 2 every wise hearted man, in whose heart the
36. 8 every wise hearted man among them that
Psa. 76. 5 The stout hearted are spoiled, they have
Isa. 24. 7 languisheth, all the merry hearted do sigh
46. 12 Hearken unto me, ye stout hearted, that
61. i sent me to bind up the broken hearted, to
Eze. 2. 4 impudent children, and stiff hearted. I do
3. 7 the house . .(are) impudent and hard hea.
2. Ifmrt, 331
? lebab.
Deut 20. 8 What man . . fearful and faint hearted ? let
Isa. 7. 4 neither be faint hearted fi ir the two tails of
S. Heart, KapSia kcrdia.
Luke 4. 1.8 sent me to heal the broken hearted, to
HEARTH
1. A stove, nx ach.
Jer. 36. 22 (a fire) on the hearth burning before him
36. 23 into the fire that (was) on the hearth
36. 23 in the fire that (was) on the hearth
I.Pan, iva kiyyor.
Zech.i2. 6 like an hearth of fire among the wood
".Burning, ip.ia moqed.
Psa. 102. 3 and my bones are burned as an hearth
HEARTH, from the
To burn, ip; yaqad.
Isa. 30. 14 a sherd to take fire from the hearth, or
HEARTILY
Out of the soid, e /f fyvxrjs ek p.mches.
Col. 3. 23 do (it) heartily, as to the Lord, and not
HEARTS (men s) failing from fear
To breathe away, a.irotyvxv apopsuehd.
Luke2i. 26 Men s hearts failing them for fear, and for
HEARTY
Soul, breath, r?: nephesli.
Prov.27. 9 the sweetness of a man s friend by hearty
HEAT
I. Hrat, nn chom.
Gen. 8. 22 cold and heat, and summer and winter,and
18. i in the tent door in the heat of the day
1 Sa. ii. ii and slew the Ammonites until the heat of
2 Sa. 4. 5 came about the heat of the day to the
Job 24. 19 Drought and heat consume the snowwater
Isa. 18. 4 dwelling place like a clear heat upon
18. 4 a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest
Jer. 17. 8 shall not see when heat cometh, but her
51. 39 In their heat I will make their feasts
I.Ileat, nsn chanimah.
Psa. 19. 6 there is nothing hid from the heat thereof
3. Heat, fury,
~~~ chfmah.
Eze. 3. 14 in bitterness, in the heat of my spirit
4. Drought, 3~ih chorrb.
Job 30. 30 and my bones are burnt with heat
Isa. 4. 6 a shadow in the day time from the heat
25. 4 a shadow from the heat, when the blast
25. 5 as the heat in a dry place; (even)the heat
Jer. 36. 30 shall be cast out in the day to the heat
5. Heat, fury, "in chori.
Deut.29. 24 what (meaneth) the heat of this great an.
6. Heat, mirage, -~yr sharab.
Isa. 49. 10 neither shall the heat nor sun smite them
7. Warmth, lieat, Qfpur, thcrme.
Acts 28. 3 there came a viper out of the heat, and
8. Heat, KO.VHO. kmnna.
Rev. 7. 16 shall the sun liyht on them, nor any heat
16. 9 men were scorched with great heat, and
9.Burning, heal, KOLIXTUIV kait-sfm.
Matt.2o. 12 have borne the burden and heat of theday
Luke 12. 55 ye say. There will be heat ; and it cometh
HEATHEN
HEAT, burning - -
lin i ii ing, heat. Kavffwv ktn/.- ni.
Jas. i. 1 1 in no sooner risen with a burning heat
HEAT, with fervent
To be set on Jin; burn, Kavervofiai kmtsoomai.
2 Pe. 3. 10, 12 elements shall melt with fervent heat
HEAT, to
1 . To heat, KJK aza.
Dan. 3. ig tiiey should heat the furnace one seven
3. 19 times more than it "as wont to be heated
2. To be burning, %; baar.
Hos. 7. 4 as an oven heated by the baker, (who) cease
HEAT, to get - -
1.7*0 t>e or become warm, Cljn chamam.
i Ki. i. 2 that my lord the king may get heat
2. To be or become warm, cr* yacham.
1 Ki. i. i covered him with clothes, .but. .gat no h.
HEAT, to have
To be or become warm, c~n chamam.
Eccl. 4. ii if two lie together, then they have heat
HEATH
l.Xaked or destitute object, lyny. aroer.
Jer. 48. 6 and be like the heath in the wilderness
I.Xaked or destitute object, 1fy nrar.
Jer. 17. 6 he shall be like the heath in the desert
HEATHEN
I. A tuition, 13 goi.
Lev. 25. 44 of the heathen that are round about you
26. 33 I will scatter you among the heathen, and
26. 38 ye shall perish among the heathen, and
26. 45 I brought, .in the sight of the heathen
Deut. 4. 27 shall be left few in number among the h.
2 Sa. 22. 44 hast kept me (to be) head of the heathen
22. 50 thanks unto thee, O LORD, among the hea
2 Ki. 16. 3 to the abominations of the heathen
17. 8 And walked in the statutes of the heathen
17. ii as (did) the heathen whom the LOKD car.
17. 15 went after the heathen that (were) round
21. 2 after the abominations of the heathen
1 Ch.i6. 24 Declare his glory among the heathen
16. 35 deliver us from the heathen, that we may
2 Ch.2o. 6 over all the kingdoms of the heathen ?
28. 3 after the abominations of the heathen
33. 2 like unto the abominations < >f the heathen
33. 9 to do worse than the heathen, whom the
36. 14 after all the abominations of the heathen
Ezra 6. 21 the filthiness of the heathen of the land
Xeh. 5. 8 the Jews, which were sold unto the hea.
5. 9 the reproach of the heathen our enemies
5. 17 from among the heathen that (are) about
6. 6 is reported among the heathen, and Gas.
6. 16 the heathen that(were)about us saw(these)
Psa. 2. i Why do the heathen rage, and the people
2. 8 give, .the heathen (for) thine inheritance
9. 5 Thou hast rebuked the heathen, thou hast
9. 15 The heathen are sunk down in the pit
9. 19 let the heathen be judged in thy sight
10. 16 the heathen are perished out of his land
18. 43 thouhastmade me the head of the heath.
18. 49 I give thanks.. O LORD, among the heathen
33. 10 bringeth the counsel of the heathen to
44. 2 didst drive out the heathen with thy hand
44. 1 1 and hast scattered us among the heathen
44. 14 Thou makest us a byword among the hea.
46. 6 The heathen raged, the kingdoms were m.
46. 10 I will be exalted among the heathen, I
47. 8 God reigneth over the heathen : God sit.
59. 5 O LORD, .awake to visit all the heathen
59. 8 shalt have all the heathen in derision
78. 55 He cast out the heathen also before them
79. i heathen are come into thine inheritance
79. 6 Pour out thy wrath upon the heathen
79. 10 Wherefore should the heathen say, Where
79. 10 let him be known among the heathen in
So. 8 hast cast out the heathen, and planted it
94. 10 He that chastiseth the heathen, shall not
96. 3 Declare his glory among the heathen, his
96. 10 Say among the heathen . .the LORD reign.
98. 2 openly showed in the sight of the heathen
02. 15 heathen shall fear the name of the LORD
05. 44 gave them the lands of the heathen : and
06. 35 But were mingled among the heathen, and
06. 41 gave them into the hand of the heathen
06. 47 gather us from among the heathen, to g.
10. 6 He shall judge among the heathen, he sh.
11. 6 give them the heritage of the heathen
15. 2 Wherefore should the heathen say. Where
26. 2 then said they among the heathen, The L.
35. 15 The idols of the heathen (are) silver and
49. 7 To execute vengeance upon the heathen
Isa. 16. 8 the lords of the heathen have broken down
Jer. 9. 16 will scatter them also among the heathen
10. 2 Learn not the way of the heathen, and be
10. 2 for the heathen are dismayed at them
10. 25 Pour out thy fury upon the heathen that
18. 13 Ask ye now among the heathen, who hath
49. 14 an ambassador is sent unto the heathen
49. 15 I will make thee small among the heathen
Lam. i. 3 she dwelleth among the heathen, she
i 10 she hath seen (that) the heathen entered
4. 15 they said among the heathen, They shall
4. 20 I nder his shadow, .live among the heath.
Eze. 7. 24 I will bring the worst of the heathen
11. 12 done after the manners of the heathen
11. 16 have cast them far off among the heathen

HEATHEN 470 HEAVEN
Eze i-. i "> all their abominations among the heathen
16. 14 went, .among the heathen for thy beauty
20. 9, 14 not be polluted before the heathen
20. 22 be polluted in the sight of the heathen
20. 23 I would scatter them among the heathen
20. 32 will be us the heathen, as the families
20. 41 be sanctified in you before the heathen
22. 4 I made thee a reproach unto the heathen
22. 15 I will scatter thee among the heathen
22. 16 in thyself in the sight of the heathen
23. 30 hast gone a whoring after the heathen
25. 7 deliver thee for a spoil to the heathen
25. 8 Juduh (is) like unto all the heathen
28. 25 sanctified, .in the sight of the heathen
30. 3 it shall lie the time of the heathen
31. ii hand of the mighty one of the heathen
31. 17 under his shadow in., midst of the hen then
34. 28 shall no more be a prey to the heathen
34. 29 bear the shame of the heathen any more
36. 3 possession unto the residue of the heathen
36. 4 derision to the residue of the heathen
36. 5 spoken against the residue of the heathen
36 6 ye have borne the shame of the heathen
36. 7 the heathen that (are) about you, they .dial 1
36. 15 hear, .the shame of the heathen any more
36. 19 I scattered them among the heathen, and
36. 20 they entered unto the heathen, whither
36. 21 Israel had profaned among the heathen
36. 22 which ye have profaned among the heathen
36. 23 which was profaned among the heathen
36. 23 the heathen shall know that I (am) the LOUD
36. 24 I will take you from among the heathen
36. 30 no. .reproach of famine among the heathen
36. 36 the heathen that are left round about
37. 21 children of Israel from among the heathen
37. 28 the heathen shall know that I the LORD
38. 16 the heathen may know me, when I shall
39. 7 the heathen shall know that I (am) the I,o.
39. 21 among the heathen, and all the heathen
39. 23 the heathen shall know that the house of
39. 28 be led into captivity among the heathen
Joel 2. 17 that the heathen should rule over them
2. 19 make you a reproach among the heathen
3. ii come, all ye heathen, and gather yoursel.
3. 12 Let theheathen be wakened, and come up
3. 12 sit to judge all the heathen round about
Amos 9. 12 the heathen, which are called bymy name
Obacl. i an ambassador is sent among the heathen
2 I have made thee small among the heathen
15 day of the LORD (is) near, .all the heathen
16 shall all the heathen drink continually
Mic. 5. 15 in anger and fury upon theheathen, such
Hab. i. 5 Behold ye among the heathen, and regard
3. 12 thou didst thresh the heathen in anger
Zeph. 2. ii every one. .all the isles of the heathen
Hag. 2. 22 strength of the kingdoms of the heathen
Zech. i. 15 displeased with the heathen (that are) at
8. 13 ye were a cnrse among the heathen, O h.
9. 10 and he shall speak peace unto the heathen
14. 14 the wealth of all the heathen round about
14. 18 the LORD will smite the heathen that co.
Mai. i. ii my name (shall be) great among the hea.
1. 14 my name (is) dreadful among the heathen
%. Nation, fQvos ethnos.
Acts 4. 25 Why did the heathen rage, and the people
2 Co. 1 1. 26 (in) perils by the heathen, (in) perils in the
Gal. i. 1 6 that I might preach him among the hea.
2. 9 we (should go) unto the heathen, and they
3. 8 would justify the heathen through faith"
3. Those belonging to tkenations, ol tQviKoilioiftlmikoi
.Matt. 6. 7 use not vain repetitions, as the heathen (do)
HEATHEN man
Hdonginrf to tlie nations, IBvixos ethnikos.
MattiS. 17 be.. as an heathen man and a publican
HEAVE, to
To make Itiyh, lift up high, en rum, 5.
Xum 15. zo as (ye do) the. .offering, .shall ye heave
18. 30 ye have heaved the best thereof from it
1 8. 32 ye have heaved from it the best of it
HEAVE offering
A heaved up offering, aanp ternmnli.
Exod2g. 27 the shoulder of the heave offering, which
29. 28 be Aaron s, .for it (is) an heave offering
29. 28 it shall be an heave offering from the
29. 28 (even) their heave offering unto the LORD
Lev. 7. 14 (for)an heave offering untotheLoi.D, (and)
7. 32 unto the priest (for) an heave offering of
Nunii5. 19 offer up an heave offering unto the LOUD
15. 20 offer up a cake, .(for) an heave offering
15. 20 heave offering of the threshing floor, so
15. 21 an heave offering in your generations
18. 8 the charge of mine heave offerings of
18. ii the heave offering of their gift, with all
18. 19 All the heave offerings of the holy things
18. 24 offer (as) an heave ottering unto the LORD
1 8. 26 ye shall offer up an heave offering of
1 8. 27 heave offering shall be reckoned unto you
1 8. 28 ye also shall offer an heave offering
18. 28 LORD S heave offering to Aaron the priest
18. 29 offer every heave offering of the LORD
31. 29 give, .(for) an heave offering of the LORD
31. 41 tribute, (which was) the LORD S heave off.
Deut 12. 6 heave offerings of your hand, and your
12. ii the heave offering of yonr hand, and all
12. 17 offerings, or heave offering of thine hand
HEAVE (shoulder)
A heaved itfi offering, nsnn terumah.
Lev. 7. 34 the heave shoulder have I taken of the
Lev. 10. 14 heave shoulder shall ye eat in a clean place
10. 15 Tlie heave shoulder and the wave bivast
> um. 6. 20 with the wave breast and heave shoulder
HEAVED up, to be
To be made or lifted vjt hijh, en rum, 6.
Exod-jg. 27 which is heaved up, of the ram of the con.
HEAVEN
\.liolling cloud, Spi gdlyaJ.
Psa. 77. 1 8 voice of thy thunder (was) in the heaven
Z.Thin cloud, pitf shachaq.
Psa. 89. 6 who in the heaven can be compared unto
89. 37 and (as) a faithful witness in heaven
3. Heavens, (/waved up thinys), cvjy shamayim.
Gen. i. i God created the heaven and the earth
i. 8 God called the firmament Heaven. And the
i. 9 the waters under the heaven be gathered
i. 14, 15 lights in the firmament of the heaven
i. 17 set them in the firmament of the heaven
i. 20 may fly. .in the open firmament of heaven
6. 17 to destroy all flesh, .from under heaven
7. 1 1 and the windows of heaven were opened
7. 19 hills that (were) under the whole heaven
7. 23 creeping tilings, and the fowl of the hea.
8. 2 and the windows of heaven were stopped
8. 2 and the rain from heaven was restrained
11. 4 a tower whose top (may reach) unto hea.
14. 19, 22 high God, possessor of heaven and ea.
15. 5 Look now toward heaven, and tell thest.
19. 24 and fire from the LORD out of heaven
21. 17 angel of God called to Hagar out of heaven
22. ii angel, .called unto him out of heaven
22. 15 angel, .called unto Abraham out of heaven
22. 17 thy seed as the stars of the heaven, and as
24. 3 the God of heaven, and the God of the
24. . 7 The LORD God of heaven, which took me f.
26. 4 seed to multiply as the stars of heaven
27. 28 God give thee of the dew of heaven, and
27. 39 and of the dew of heaven from above
28. 12 and the top of it reached to heaven : and
28. 17 of God, and this (is) the gate of heaven
49. 25 bless thee with blessings of heaven above
Exod. 9. 8 let Moses sprinkle it toward the heaven in
9. 10 and Moses sprinkled it up toward heaven
9. 22 Stretch forth thine hand toward heaven
9. 23 stretched forth his rod toward heaven
10. 21 Stretch out thine hand toward heaven
10. 22 stretched forth his hand toward heaven
16. 4 I will rain bread from heaven for you ; and
17. 14 remembrance of Amalek from under hea.
20. 4 any likeness (of any thing) that (is) in hea.
20. ii (in) six days the LORD made heaven and
20. 22 that I have talked with you from heaven
24. 10 and as it were the body of heaven in (his)
31. 17 for (in) six days the LORD made heaven and
32. 13 multiply your seed as the stars of heaven
Lev. 26. 19 I will make your heaven as iron, and your
Deut. i. 10 ye (are) this day as the stars of heaven for
1. 28 cities (are) great and walled up to heaven
2. 25 nations (that are) under the whole heaven
3. 24 for what God (is there)in heaven or in earth
4. 1 1 burned with fire unto the midst of heaven
4. 19 lest thou lift up thine eyes unto heaven
4. 19 (even) all the host of heaven, shouldest be
4. 19 unto all nations under the whole heaven
4. 26 I call heaven and earth to witness against
4. 32 (ask) from the one side of heaven unto the
4. 36 Out of heaven he made thee to hear his
4. 39 God in heaven above, and upon the earth
5. 8 likeness (of any thing) that (is) in heaven
7. 24 destroy their name from under heaven
9. i cities great, and fenced up to heaven
9. 14 blot out their name from under heaven
10. 14 the heaven, and the heaven of heavens, (is)
10. 22 hath made thee as the stars of heaven for
1 1. 1 1 (and) drinketh water of the rain of heaven
ii. 17 he shut up the heaven, that there be norain
n. 21 as the days of heaven upon the earth
17. 3 orauy of the host of heaven, which I have
25. 19 thou shalt blot out . . from under heaven
26. 15 Look down . . from heaven, and bless thy p.
28. 12 the heaven to give the rain unto thy land
28. 23 thy heaven that (is) over thy head shall be
28. 24 from heaven shall it come down upon thee
28. 62 whereas ye were as tlie stars of heaven
29. 20 shall blot out his name from under heaven
30. 4 be driven out unto the utmost . . of heaven
30. 12 It(is)not in heaven, that thou shouldest say
30. 12 Whoshallgoupforustoheaven,andbring
30. 19 I call heaven and earth to record this day
31. 28 call heaven and earth to record against
32. 40 For I lift up my hand to heaven, and say
33. 13 fortheprecious things of heaven, for the d.
33. 26 (who) rideth upon the heaven in thy help
Josh. 2. ii God in heaven above, and in earth beneath
8. 20 smoke of the city ascended up to heaven
10. 1 1 LORD cast down great stones from heaven
10. 13 the sun stood still in the midst of heaven
Judg. 5. 20 They fought from heaven ; the stars in
13. 20 when the flame went up toward heaven
20. 40 flame of the city ascended up to heaven
1 Sa. 2. 10 out of heaven shall he thunder upon them
5. 12 and the cry of the city went up to heaven
2 Sa. : 3. 9 he was taken up between tlie heaven and
21. 10 water dropped upon them out of heaven
22. 8 the foiiitdati insofhea veil moved audshook
22. 14 The LORD thundered from heaven, and the
i Ki. 8. 22 and spread forth his hands toward heaven
8. 23 (there ii)DOOodlike thee, in heaven above
8. 27 heaven, and heaven of heavens, cannot
Seh.
1 Ki. 8. 30, 32, 34, 36, 39, 43, 45, 49 hear thou in heav.
8. 35 When heaven isshut up, and there U no ra.
8. 54 kneeling, .with his hands spread up to hea.
18. 45 that the heaven was black with clouds and
22. 19 all the host of heaven standing by him
2 Ki. i. 10, 12 let tire come down from heaven,and LO.
i. 10 And there came down fire from heaven
i. 12 the fire of God came down from heaven
1. 14 Behold, there came flre down from heaven
2. i the LORD would take up Elijah into heaven
n. n Klijahwentnp bya whirlwind into heaven
7. 2 the LORD would make windows in heaven
7. 19 the LORD should make windows in heaven
14. 27 blot out the name, .from under heaven : b.
17. 16 worshipped all the host of heaven, and ser.
19. 15 O LORD. . thou hast made heaven and earth
21. 3 worshipped all the host of heaven, and ser.
21. 5 he built altars for all the host of heaven
23. 4 the grove, and for all the host of heaven
23. 5 the planets, and to all the host of heaven
i Ch.2i. 16 stand between the earth and the heaven
21. 26 he answered him from heaven by flre upon
29. 1 1 for all (that is) in the heaven and in the e.
a Ch. 2. 6 the heaven and heaven of heavens cannot
2. 12 Blessed (be) the LORD, .that made heaven
6. /3 and spread forth his hands toward heaven
6. 14 (there is) no God like thee in the heaven
6. 18 heaven and the heaven of heavens cannot
6. 21 hear thou. .fromheaven; and when thou
6. 23, 27, 30 Then hear thou from heaven, and
6. 25, 33, 35, 39 Then hear thou from the heaven
6. 26 M hen the heaven is shut up, and there is
7. i fire came down from heaven, and consu.
7. 13 If I shut up heaven that there be no rain
7. 14 then will I hearfrom heaven, and will for.
18. 18 all the host of heaven standing on his
20. 6 O LORD God . . (art) not thou God in heaven?
28. 9 in a rage (that) reacheth up unto heaven
30. 27 their prayer came (up. .even) unto heaven
32. 20 sou of Amoz, prayed and cried to heaven
33. 3 worshipped all the host of heaven, and
33. 5 he built altars for all the host of heaven
36. 23 hath the LORD God of heaven given me
Ezra i. 2 The LORD God of heaven hath given me
4 and prayed before the God of heaven
i. 5 O LORD God of heaven, the great and terrl.
1 . 9 unto the uttermost part of the heaven
2. 4 So I prayed to the God of heaven
2. 20 The God of heaven, he will prosper us
9. 6 hast made heaven, the heaven of heavens
9. 6 and the host of heaven worshippeth thee
9. 13 and spakest with them from heaven, and
9. 15 gavest them bread from heaven for their
9. 23 Their children also . . as the stars of hea.
9. 27 thou heardest (them) from heaven ; and
9. 28 thou heardest (them) from heaven ; and
1. 16 The fire of God is fallen from heaven, and
2. 12 sprinkled klust upon their headstowardh.
IT. 8 (It is) as high as heaven ; what canst thou
16. 19 Also now, behold, my witness (is) in heav.
20. 27 The heaven shall reveal his iniquity
22. 12 (Is) not God in the height of heaven . and
22 14 and he walketh in the circuit of heaven
26. ii pillars of heaven tremble and are astonish.
28. 24 (and) seeth under the whole heaven
35. ii maketh us wiserthan the fowls of heaven?
37. 3 He directeth it under the whole heaven
38. 29 and the hoary frost of heaven, who hath
38. 33 Knowest thou the ordinances of heaven?
38. 37 or who can stay the bottles of heaven
41. ii (whatsoever is) under the whole heaven is
Psa. ii. 4 the LORD S throne (is) in heaven : his eyes
14. 2 The LORD looked down from heaven upon
19. 6 going forth (is) from the end of the heaven
20. 6 he will hear him from his holy heaven
33. 13 The LORD looketh from heaven ; he l>eh.
53. 2 God looked down from heaven upon the
57. 3 He shall send from heaven, and save me
69. 34 Let the heaven and earth praise him, the
73. 25 Whom have I in heaven (but thee)? and
76. 8 cause judgment to be heard from heaven
78. 23 above, anil opened the doors of heaven
78. 24 and had given them of the corn of heav.
78. 26 caused an east wind to biowin the heaven
79. 2 given (to be)meat unto the fowls of theh.
80. 14 look down from heaven, and behold, and
85. ii righteousness shall look downfrom heaven
89. 29 and his throne as the days of heaven
102. 19 from heaven did the I.oKDbehoKi tlie earth
103. ii For as the heaven is lii^rli above the earth
104. 12 By them shall the fowls of the heaven h.
105. 40 satisfied them with the bread of heaven
107. 26 They mount up to the heaven, they go d
113. 6 to behold(the things that are)inheaven
115. 15 of the LORI> which made heaven and earth
115. 16 The heaven, (even) the heavens, (are) the
119. 89 O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven
121. 2 the LORD, which made heaven and earth
124. 8 of the LORD, who made heaven and earth
134. 3 LORD that made heaven and earth bless
135. 6 (that) did he in heaven, and in earth, in
136. 26 give thanks unto the God of heaven : for
139. 8 If I ascend upintoheaven,thou(art)there
146. 6 Which made heaven and earth, the sea
147. 8 Who covereth theJieaven with clouds, who
148. 13 his glory (is) above the earth and heaven
Prov.23. 5 they fly away as an eagle toward heaven
25. 3 The heaven for height, and the earth for
30. 4 Who hath ascended up into heaven, or
Eccl. i. 13 all (things) that are done under heaven
2. 3 which they should do under the heaven aU
3. i a time to every purpose under the luaven
Job
HEAVEN
Keel ; 2 for God (is) in heaven, and thou upon ea.
Isa i *. 5 They come from . . the end of heaven
i3 10 the stars of heaveu and the constellations
it i- How art thou fallen from heaven, O Luc.
I i - I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my
4 all the host of heaven shall be dissolved
s For my sword shall lie bathed in heaven
,7 1 6 O LORD, .thou hast made heaven and ea.
40 12 and meted out heaven with the span, and
55 10 and the snow from heaven, and returneth
63 i s Look down from heaven, and behold from
66 i The heaven (is) my throne, and the earth
Jer 7 18 to make cakes to the queen of heaven
7 3- shall be meat for the fowls of the heaven
8 2 the host of heaven, whom they have loved
8~ 7 Yea, the stork in the heaven knoweth her
to 2 be not dismayed at the signs of heaven
ic > the fowls of the heaven, and the beastsof
16 4hall be meat for the fowls of heaven
IQ 7 give to be meat for the fowls of the heaveu
10 i } burned incense unto all the host of hea.
23. 24 do not I fill heaven and earth ? saith the
31 -7 If heaven above can be measured, and the
32. 17 thou hast made the heaven and the earth
3. 22 As the host of heaven cannot be number
V 25 appointed the ordinances of heaven and
34. 20 be for meat unto the fowls of the heaven
44. 17 to burn incense unto the queen of heaven
44. 1 8, 25 to burn incense to the queen of heaven
14. 19 we burnt incense to the queen of heaven
49. 36 winds from the four quarters of heaven
51. 9 for her judgment reacheth unto heaven
51. 15 hath stretched out the heaven by his und.
51. 48 Then the heaven and the earth, and all
51. 53 Babylon should mount up to heaven, and
Lam 2 i cast down from heaven unto the earth the
3 50 LORD look down, and behold from heaven
4! 19 are swifter than the eagles of the heaven
Eze. 8. 3 spirit lifted me up between the.. heaven
29. 5 given thee for meat . . to the fowls of the h.
31. 6 All the fowls of heaven made their nests
31.13 shall all the fowls of the heaven remain
32. 4 will cause all the fowls of the heaven to
32 7 I will cover the heaven, and make the
32! 8 Allthebrightlights of heaven will Imake
38. 20 the fowls of the heaven, and the beasts of
Dan. 8. 8 came up., toward the four winds of heaven
8. 10 waxed great, (even) to the host of heaven
a. 1 2 for under the whole heaveu hath not been
11. 4 divided toward the four winds of heaven
12. 7 he held up his right hand, .unto heaveu
Hos. 2. 18 with the fowls of heaven, and (with) the
4. 3 with the fowls of heaven ; yea, the fishes
7. 12 bring them down as the fowls of the heaven
Amos 9. 2 though they climb up to heaven, thence
q. 6 he that buildethhis stories in the heaven
Jon. i. 9 the God of heaven, which hath made the
Nah. 3. 16 multiplied, .above the stars of heaven: the
Zeph. i. 3 I will consume the fowls of the heaven
1. 5 that worship the host of heaven upon the
Hag. i. 10 Therefore the heaven over you is stayed f.
Zecli. 2. 6 spread . . as the four winds of the heaven
5 . 9 the ephah between the earth and the heav.
Mai. 3. 10 will not open you the windows of heaven
^.Heavens, (heaved up things), pop shemayin.
Ezra 5. ii We are the servants of the God of heaven
5. 12 fathers had provoked the God of heaven
6. 9 the burnt offerings of the God of heaven
6. 10 offer ...sweet savours unto the God of hea.
7. 12, 21 scribe of the law of theGod of heaven
7. 23 commanded by the God of heaven, let it
7. 23 done for the house of the God of heaven
Dan. 2. 18 would desire mercies of theGod of heaven
2. 19 Then Daniel blessed the God of heaven
2. 28 But there is a God in heaven that reveal.
2. 37 for the God of heaven hath given thee a
2. 38 and the fowls of the heaven hath he given
2. 44 shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom
4. ii and the iheight thereof reached unto heav.
4. 12 fowls of the heaven dwelt in the boughs
4. 13,23 watcher and an holy one., from heaven
4. 15, 23 let it be wet with the dew of heaven
4. 20 whose height reached unto the heaven
4. 21 whose branches the fowls of the heaven
4. 22 reacheth unto heaven, and thy dominion
4. 25 they shall wet thee with the dew of heaven
4. 31 therefella voice from heaven, (saying), O
4. 33 his body was wet with the dew of heaven
4. 34 lifted up mine eyes unto heaven, and mine
4. 35 doeth. .his will in the army of heaven
4. 37 extol and honour the King of heaven, all
. 21 his body was wet with the dew of heaven
5. 23 lifted up. .against the Lord of heaven
6. 2.7 worketh signs and wonders in heaven and
7. 2 the four winds of the heaven strove upon
7. 13 Son of man came with the clouds of heaven
7. 27 of the kingdom under the whole heaven
5. Heaven, sky, air, ovpavds ouranos.
Matt. i. 2 for the kingdom of heaven is at hand
3. 17 lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my
4. 17 for the kingdom of heaven is at hand
5. 3, 10 for theirs is the kingdom of heaven
5. 12 great (is) your reward in heaven : for so
5. 1 6 glorify your Father which is in heaven
5. 18 Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or
5. 19 called the least in the kingdom of heaven
5. 19 be called great in the kingdom of heaven
5. 20 ye shall in no case enter into, .heaven
5. 34 neither by heaven ; for it is God s throne
5. 45 children of your Father which is in heaven
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Matt. 5. 48 even as your Father [which is in heaven]
6. i have no reward of your Father . . in heaven
6. 9 Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed
6. 10 Thy will be done in earth, as (it is)inheav.
6. 20 lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven
7. n shall your Father which is in heaven give
7. 21 shall enterinto the kingdom of heaven
7 . 21 the will of my Father which is in heaven
8. ii shall sit down, .in the kingdom of heaven
10. 7 saying, The kingdom of heaven is at hand
10. 32, 33 before my Bather which is in heaven
11. 1 1 he that is least in the kingdom of heaven
ii. 12 the kingdom of heaven suifereth violence
11. 23 which art exalted unto heaven, shalt be
n. 25 () Father, Lord of heaven and earth, beca.
12. 50 the will of my Father which is in heaven
13. ii the mysteries of the kingdom [of heaven]
13. 24 The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a
13. 31 The kingdom of heaven is like to a grain
13. 33, 44,45,47, 52 The kingdom of heaven is like
14. 19 looking up to heaven, he blessed, and br.
16. i he would show them a sign from heaveu
16. 17 but my Father which is in heaven
16. 19 give, .the keys of the kingdom of heaven
16. 19 bind on earth shall be bound in heaven
16. 19 loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven
1 8. i Who is . .greatest in the kingdom of heav.
18. 3 not enter into the kingdom of heaven
1 8. 4 same is greatest in the kingdom of heaven
18. 10 in heaven their angels do always behold
18. 10 the face of my Father which is in heaven
18. 14 will of your Father which is in heaveu
18. 18 bind on earth, shall be bound in heaven
18. 18 loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven
18. 19 be done, .of my Father which is in heaven
1 8. 23 kingdom of heaven likened unto a certain
19. 12 eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven s sake
19. 14 for of such is the kingdom of heaven
19. 21 thou shalt have treasure in heaven ; and
19. 23 hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven
20. i the kingdom of heaven is like unto a man
21. 25 baptism of John, whence was it? from h.
21. 25 If we shall say, From heaven; he will say
22. 2 The kingdom of heaven is like unto a
22. 30 but are as the angels of God in heaven
23. 9 one is your Father, [which is in heaven]
23. 13 shut up thekingdom of heaven against men
23. 22 he that shall swear by heaven, sweareth
24. 29 the stars shall fall from heaven, and the
24. 30 the sign of the Son of man in heaven
24. 30 Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven
24. 31 from one end of heaven to the other
24. 35 Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my
24. 36 not the angels of heaven, but my Father
25. i the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten
26. 64 power, and coming in the clouds of heaven
28. 2 angel of the Lord descended from heaven
28. 18 power is given unto me in heaven and in
Mark i. n there came a voice from heaven, (saying)
6. 41 he looked up to heaven, and blessed, and
7. 34 looking up to heaveu, he sighed, and saith
8. ii seeking of him a sign from heaven, temp.
10. 21 thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and
11. 25 your Father also which is in heaven may
ii. 26 [neither, .your Father which is in heaven]
n. 30 The baptism of John, was (it) from heaven
11. 31 If we shall say, From heaven ; he will say
12-. 25 are as the angels which are in heaven
13. 25 the stars of heaven shall fall, and the
13- 25 powers that are in heaven shall be shaken
13 27 the earth to the uttermost part of heaven
13. 31 Heaven and earth shall pass away; butmy
13. 32 no not the angels which are in heaven
14. 62 power, and coming in the clouds of heaven
ID. 19 [he was received up into heaven, and sat]
Luke 2. 15 were gone away from them into heaven
3. 21 it came to pass, .the heaven was opened
3. 22 a voice camefrom heaven,which said,Thou
4. 25 heaven was shut up three years and six
6. 23 your reward (is) great in heaven : for in the
o. 16 lookingup to heaven, he blessed them, and
1.
10. 20 because your names are written in heaven
10. 21 O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that
11. 2 [Our Father which art in heaven , Hallow, ]
ii. 2 [will be done, as in heaven, so in earth]
ii. 16 others., sought of him a sign from heaven
15- 7 Joy shall be in heaven over one sinner
15. 18, 21 Father, I have sinned against heaven
16. 17 is easier for heaven and earth to pass
17. 24 lighteneth out. .one (part) under heaven
17. 24 shineth unto the other (part) under heaven
17 29 it rained fire and brimstone from heaven
18. 13 lift up so much as (his) eyes unto heaven
18. 22 thou shalt have treasure in heaven : and
19. 38 peace in heaven, and glory in the highest
:o. 4 The baptism of John, was it from heaven
20. 5 If we shall say, From heaven ; he will say
21. ii great signs shall there be from heaven
21. 26 for the powers of heaven shall be shaken
21. 33 Heaven and earth shall pass away; but my
22. 43 [appeared an angel unto him from heaven]
24. 51 [parted from them, and carried.. into hea.]
John i. 32 spirit descending from heaven like a dove
i. 51 ye shall see heaven open, and the angels
3. 13 heaven, but he that came down from he.
3. 13 (even)the Son of man [which is in heaven]
3. 27 except it be given him from heaven
3. 31 he that cometh from heaven is above all
6. 31 He gave them bread from heaveu to eat
John 6.
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HEAVEN
32 Hoses gave you not that bread from hea.
32 giveth you the true bread from heaven
33 is he which cometh down from heaven , and
38 I came down from heaven, not to do mine
41 the bread which came down from heaven
42 that he saith, I came down from heaven?
50 the bread which cometh down from hea.
51 living bread which came down from hea.
58 that bread which came down from heaveu
28 Then came there a voicefrom heaven,(say.)
1 lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said
10 stedfastly toward heaven as he went up
1 1 why stand ye gazing up into heaven ? this
1 1 which is taken up from you into heaven
1 1 come . . as ye have seen him go into heaveu
2 there came a sound from heaven as of a
5 men, out of every nation under heaven
19 I will show wonders in heaven above, and
21 the heaven must receive until the times
12 there is none other name under heaven
24 God, which hast made heaven, and earth
42 gave them up to worship, .host of heaven
49 Heaven (is) my throne, and earth (is) my
55 looked up stedfastly into heaven, and saw
3 shined round about, .a light from heaven
it saw heaven opened, and a certain vessel
16 vessel was received up again into heaven
5 let down from heaven by four corner s
9 the voice answered me ugainfrom heaven
10 and all were drawn up again into heaven
15 which made heaven, and earth, and the se
24 seeing, .he is Lord of heaven and earth
6 there shone from heaven a great light
1 8 the wrath of God is revealed from heaven
6 \Vho shall ascend into heaven? that ia, to
5 whether in heaven or in earth, as there be
47 the second man (is) the Lord from heaven
2 with our house which is from heaven
2 such an one caught up to the third heaven
8 or an angel from heaven, preach any other
10 which are in heaven, and which are on
15 Of whom the whole family in heaven and
9 knowing that your Master, .is in heaven
20 our conversation is in heaven ; from when.
5 hope which is laid up for you in heaven
16 all things created that are in heaven
20 be) things in earth, or things in Ijeaven
23 to every creature whichisunderheaveu
i that ye also have a Master in heaven
10 to wait for his Son from heaven, whom he
16 shall descend from heaven with a shout
7 Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven
24 into heaven itself, now to appear in the
34 have [in heaven] a better and an enduring
23 first born, which are written in heaven
2 5 away from him that (speaketh) from heav.
26 shake not the earth only, but also heaven
12 neither by heaven, neither by the earth
18 and the heaven gave rain, and the earth
4 an inheritance.. reserved in heaven foryou
12 with the Holy Ghost sent down from heav.
22 Who is gone into heaven, and is on the
18 voice which came from heaven we heard
7 are three that bear record in [heaven]
12 cometh down out of heaven from my God
1 a door (was) opened in heaven: andtheflrst
2 a throne was set in heaven, and (one) sat
3 no man in heaven, nor in earth, neither
13 every creature which is in heaven, and on
13 the stars of heaven fell unto the earth
14 the heaven departed as a scroll when it
i there was silence in heaven about the
10 and there fell a great star from heaven
i a star fall from heaven unto the earth
i another mighty angel come, .from heaven
4 heard a voice from heaven saying unto me
5 the angel, .lifted up his hand to heaven
6 who created heaven, and the things that
8 the voice which I heard from heaven spake
6 These have power to shut heaven, that it
12 great voice from heaven saying unto them
12 they ascended up to heaven in a cloud
13 and gave glory to the God of heaven
15 there were great voices inheaven, laying
19 the temple of God was opened in heaven
1 appeared a great wonder in heaven
3 there appeared another wonder in heaven
4 the third part of the stars of heaven, and
7 there was war in heaven: Michael and his
8 neither was theirplace found . . in heaven
10 I heard a loud voice saying in heaven
6 tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven
13 hemakethfire comedown fromheavenon
2 I heard a voice from heaven, as the voice
7 worship him that made heaven, and earth
"13 heardavoice from heaven saying unto me
17 cameout of the templewhich isinheaven
i I saw another sign in heaven, great and
5 the tabernacle of the testimony in heaven
11 blasphemed the God of heaven because of
17 great voice out of the temple [of heaven]
21 fell upon men a great hail out of heaven
i saw anotherangel come down from heaven
4 I heard another voice from heaven, sayinp
5 her sins have reached unto heaven.and God
20 Rejoice over her, (thou) heaven, and (ye)
i a great voice of much people in heaven
ii I saw heaven opened, and behold a white
14 the armies(which were)in heaven followed
i I saw an angel come down from heaven
9 fire came down from God out of heaven
ii the earth and the heaven fled away ; and
HEAVEN 472 HEBER
lluv. 21. i I saw a new heaven and a new earth : for
31. i the first heaven and the first earth were
ax. a coming down from God out of heaven, pre.
31. 3 I heard a great voice out of [heaven] saying
21. 10 city, .descending out of heaven from God
HEAVEN, from
From, fieaven, ovpavoOtv otiranolh-en.
Acts 14. 17 gave us rain from heaven, and fruitful
26. 13 I saw in the way a light from heaven, above
HEAVEN, in
Heavenly, in or on heaven, fcrmprfrwt epouranios.
Hiil. 2. 10 of (things) in heaven, and (things) in ea.
HEAVEN, midt of -
AIi<( heaven, fUffovpJanuut mesouranema.
Ilev. 8. 13 angel flying through the midst of heaven
14. 6 saw another angel fly in the midst of he.
19. 17 all the fowls that fly in the midst of hea.
HEAVENLY
I. Out of heaven, t ovpavov ex ouranou.
Luken. 13 how much more shall (your) heavenly .
2. Heavenly, in or on htaven, iirovpavios epouranios.
Matt.iS. 35 So like wise shall my [heavenly] Father do
1 Co. 15. 48 heavenly, such (are)they also that (are)h.
15. 49 shall also bear the image of the heavenly
Kph. i. 20 set . . at his own right hand in the heavenly
2 Ti. 4. iS will preserve (me) unto his heavenly kin.
Heb. 3. i partakers of the heavenly calling, consi.
6. 4 have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were
11. 16 now they desire a better, .that is, an hea.
12. 22 are come unto, .the heavenly Jerusalem
3. Heaven!;/, ovpdvws ouranios.
Matt. 6. 14 your heavenly Father will also forgive you
6. 26 the fowls, .yet your heavenly Father feed
6. 32 your heavenly Father knowuth thatye ha.
15. 13 Every plant, which my heavenly Father h.
Luke 2. 13 amultitiideof the heavenly host praising
Acts 26. 19 was not disobedient unto the heavenly vi.
HEAVENLY placet)
The. heavenlies, T& tirovpdina. (a ejiourania.
Kph. i. 3 spiritual blessings in heavenly (places) in
2. 6 sit together in heavenly (places) in Christ
3. 10 and powers in heavenly (places) might be
HEAVENLY things
The tkings in heaven, ra trovpdvut ta epourania.
John 3. 12 believe, if I tell you (of) heavenly things?
Heb. 8. 5 the example and shadow of heavenly thi.
9. 23 but the heavenly things themselves with
HEAVENS
I. Mixed cloud, nyyt, arabah.
Psa 68. 4 extol him that rideth upon the heavens by
^.Dropping clouds, C 9 iy, ariphim.
Isa. 5. 30 the light is darkened in the heavens the.
3.Heavens, the heaved up things, czy shamayim.
Gen. 2. i Thus the heavens and the earth were flu.
2. 4 the generations of the heavens and of the
2. 4 LORD God made the earth and the heavens
Detit 10. 14 the heaven of heavens, (is) the LORD S thy
32. i Give ear, () ye heavens, and I will speak
33. 28 Israel . . his heavens shall drop down dew
Judg. 5. 4 the heavens dropped, the clouds also dr.
2Sa. 22. 10 Hebowed the heavens also, and came down
i Ki. 8. 27 andheavenofheavens.cannotcontainthee
i Ch.i6. 26 (are) idols: but the LORD made the heavens
16. 31 Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth
27. 23 increase Israel like to the stars of the he.
a Ch. 2. 6 seeing the. .heaven of heavens cannot con.
6.18 the heaven of heavens cannot contain thee
6- 25. 33. 35. 39 Then hear thou from the heav.
Ezra 9. 6 our trespass is grown up unto the heavens
Neh. 9. 6 the heaven of heavens, with all their host
Job 9. 8 Which alone spreadeth out the heavens
14. 12 till the heavens (be) no more, they shall
15- 5 yea. the heavens are not clean in his sight
20. 6 Though his excellency mount up to theh.
26. 13 By his spirit he hath garnished the heav.
35. 5 Look unto the heavens, and see ; and be.
Psa. 2. 4 He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh
8. i who hast set thy glory above the heavens
8. 3 When I consider thy heavens, the work of
18. 9 He bowed the heavens also, and came do.
18. 13 The LOKI> also thundered in the heavens
19. i Theheavensdeclarethegloryof God ; and
33. 6 By the word of the LORD were the heavens
36. 5 Thy mercy, O LORD, (is) in the heavens
50. 4 He shall call to the heavens from above
50. 6 the heavens shall declare his righteousness
57. 5 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heav.
57. 10 For thy mercy (is) great unto the heavens
57. ii Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens
68. 8 the heavens also dropped at the presence
68. 33 To him that rideth upon the heavens of h.
73. 9 They set their mouth against the heavens
89. 2 shalt thou establish in the very heavens
89. 5 And the heavens shall praise thy wonders
89. ii The heavens (are) thine, the earth also (is)
$6. 5 (are) idals : but the LORD made the heav.
96. 1 1 Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth
97. 6 The heavens declare his righteousness,and
102. 25 and the heavens (are) the work of thy ha.
103. 19 LORD hath prepared his throne in the h.
icu. 2 who atretchest out the heavens like a cu.
108. 4 For thy mercy (is) great above the heavens
x>8. 5 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heav.
113. LORD (is) high . . his glory above the heav.
Pga.iis. 3 Kut our God (is) in the heavens : he hath
115. 1 6 the heavens, (are) the LORD S : but the ea.
133. i t nto thee.. O thou that dwellcst in theh.
136. 5 To him that by wisdom made the heavens
144. 5 Bow thy heavens, O LORD, and come down
148. i Praise ye the LORD from the heavens : pr.
148. 4 Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye
148. 4 and ye waters that (be) above the heavens
Prov. 3. 19 byunderstanding., established the heaven
8. 27 When he prepared the heavens, I (was)
Jga. i. 2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth
13. 13 Therefore I will shake the heavens, and
34. 4 the heavens shall be rolled together as a
40. 22 that stretcheth out the heavens as a curt.
42. 5 he that created the heavens, and stretch.
44. 23 Sing, O ye heavens ; for the LOUD hath
44. 24 that stj-etcheth forth the heavens alone
45. 8 Drop down, ye heavens, from above, and
45. 12 I. .have, .stretched out the heavens, and
45. 1 8 thus saith the LORD that created the he.
48. 13 and my right hand hath spanned the he.
49. 13 Sing. O heavens; and be joyful, earth
50. 3 I clothe the heavens with blackness, and
51. 6 Lift up your eyes to the heavens, and look
51. 6 for the heavens shall vanish away like sm.
51. 13 the LORD, .hath stretched forth the heav.
51. 16 that I may plant the heavens, and lay the
55. 9 For (as) the heavens are higher than the
64. i Oh that thou wouldest rend the heavens
65. 17 For, behold, I create new heavens, and a
66. 22 For as the new heavens, and the new earth
Jer. 2. 12 Be astonished, O ye heavens, at this, and
4. 23 I beheld . . the heavens, and they (had) no
4. 25 and all the birds of the heavens were fled
4. 28 For this shall, .the heavens above be black
9. 10 both the fowl of the heavens and the bea.
10. 12 stretched out the heaven by his discretion
10. 13 a multitude of waters in the heavens, and
14. 22 or can the heavens giyeshowers? Art not
51. 16 amultitude of waters in the heavens ; and
Lam. 3. 41 lift up our heart. ..unto God in the heav.
3. 66 destroy them, .from under the heavens of
Eze. i. i the heavens were opened,and I saw visions
Hos. 2. 21 1 will hear the heavens, and they shall
Joel 2. 10 the heavens shall tremble : the sun and
2. 30 I will show wonders in the heavens and
3. 1 6 and the heavens and the earth shall shake
Hab. 3. 3 His glory covered the heavens, and the
Hag. 2. 6 I will shake the heavens, and the earth
2. 21 saying, I will shake the heavens and the
Zech. 6. 5 These (are) the four spirits of the heavens
8. 12 the heavens shall give their dew; and I
12. i which stretcheth forth the heavens, and
4.Heavens, (heaved up things), ] y shemayin.
Jer. 10. ii The gods that have not made the heaven
10. 1 1 they shall perish . . from under these heav.
Dan. 4. 26 shalt have known that the heavens do rule
5.1/rarens, skies, ovpavoi ouranoi.
-Matt. 3. 16 and, lo, the heavens were opened unto him
24. 29 and the powers of the heavens shall be
Mark i. 10 he saw the heavens opened, and the spir.
Lukei2. 33 a treasure in the heavens that faileth not
Acts 2. 34 For David is not ascended into the heav.
7. 56 Behold, I seethe heavens opened, and the
2 Co. 5. i not made with hands, eternal in the hea.
Kph. 4. 10 far above all heavens, that he might fill all
Heb. i. 10 the heavens are the works of thine hands
4. 14 that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the
7. 26 High Priest, .made higher than the heav.
8. i set on. .the throne of the majesty in theh.
9. 23 the patterns of things in the heavens shou.
2 Pe. 3. 5 that by the word of God the heavens were
3. 7 the heavens and the earth which are now
3. 10 in the which the heavens shall pass away
3. 12 wherein the heavens beingonfire shall be
3. 13 we. .look for new heavens and a new earth
Rev. 12. 12 Therefore rejoice, (ye) heavens, and ye


8. i who hast set thy glory above the heavens
8. 3 When I consider thy heavens, the work of
18. 9 He bowed the heavens also, and came do.
18. 13 The LORD also thundered in the heavens
19. 1 The heavens declare the glory of God ; and
33. 6 By the word of the LORD were the heavens
36. 5 Thy mercy, O LORD, (is) in the heavens
50. 4 He shall call to the heavens from above
50. 6 the heavens shall declare his righteousness
57. 5 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heav.
57. 10 For thy mercy (is) great unto the heavens
57.11 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens
68. 8 the heavens also dropped at the presence
68. 33 To him that rideth upon the heavens of h.
73. 9 They set their mouth against the heavens
89. 2 shalt thou establish in the very heavens
89. 5 And the heavens shall praise thy wonders
89. ii The heavens (are) thine, the earth also (is)
$6. 5 (are) idals : but the LORD made the heav.
96. 1 1 Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth
97. 6 The heavens declare his righteousness,and
102. 25 and the heavens (are) the work of thy ha.
103. 19 LORD hath prepared his throne in the h.
icu. 2 who atretchest out the heavens like a cu.
108. 4 For thy mercy (is) great above the heavens
x>8. 5 Be thou exalted, O God, above the heav.
113. LORD (is) high . . his glory above the heav.
Pga.iis. 3 Kut our God (is) in the heavens : he hath
115. 1 6 the heavens, (are) the LORD S : but the ea.
133. i t nto thee.. O thou that dwellcst in theh.
136. 5 To him that by wisdom made the heavens
144. 5 Bow thy heavens, O LORD, and come down
148. i Praise ye the LORD from the heavens : pr.
148. 4 Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye
148. 4 and ye waters that (be) above the heavens
Prov. 3. 19 byunderstanding., established the heaven
8. 27 When he prepared the heavens, I (was)
Jga. i. 2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth
13. 13 Therefore I will shake the heavens, and
34. 4 the heavens shall be rolled together as a
40. 22 that stretcheth out the heavens as a curt.
42. 5 he that created the heavens, and stretch.
44. 23 Sing, O ye heavens ; for the LOUD hath
44. 24 that stj-etcheth forth the heavens alone
45. 8 Drop down, ye heavens, from above, and
45. 12 I. .have, .stretched out the heavens, and
45. 1 8 thus saith the LORD that created the he.
48. 13 and my right hand hath spanned the he.
49. 13 Sing. O heavens; and be joyful, earth
50. 3 I clothe the heavens with blackness, and
51. 6 Lift up your eyes to the heavens, and look
51. 6 for the heavens shall vanish away like sm.
51. 13 the LORD, .hath stretched forth the heav.
51. 16 that I may plant the heavens, and lay the
55. 9 For (as) the heavens are higher than the
64. i Oh that thou wouldest rend the heavens
65. 17 For, behold, I create new heavens, and a
66. 22 For as the new heavens, and the new earth
Jer. 2. 12 Be astonished, O ye heavens, at this, and
4. 23 I beheld . . the heavens, and they (had) no
4. 25 and all the birds of the heavens were fled
4. 28 For this shall, .the heavens above be black
9. 10 both the fowl of the heavens and the bea.
10. 12 stretched out the heaven by his discretion
10. 13 a multitude of waters in the heavens, and
14. 22 or can the heavens giyeshowers? Art not
51. 16 amultitude of waters in the heavens ; and
Lam. 3. 41 lift up our heart. ..unto God in the heav.
3. 66 destroy them, .from under the heavens of
Eze. i. i the heavens were opened,and I saw visions
Hos. 2. 21 1 will hear the heavens, and they shall
Joel 2. 10 the heavens shall tremble : the sun and
2. 30 I will show wonders in the heavens and
3. 1 6 and the heavens and the earth shall shake
Hab. 3. 3 His glory covered the heavens, and the
Hag. 2. 6 I will shake the heavens, and the earth
2. 21 saying, I will shake the heavens and the
Zech. 6. 5 These (are) the four spirits of the heavens
8. 12 the heavens shall give their dew; and I
12. i which stretcheth forth the heavens, and
4.Heavens, (heaved up things), ] y shemayin.
Jer. 10. ii The gods that have not made the heaven
10. 1 1 they shall perish . . from under these heav.
Dan. 4. 26 shalt have known that the heavens do rule
5.1/rarens, skies, ovpavoi ouranoi.
-Matt. 3. 16 and, lo, the heavens were opened unto him
24. 29 and the powers of the heavens shall be
Mark i. 10 he saw the heavens opened, and the spir.
Lukei2. 33 a treasure in the heavens that faileth not
Acts 2. 34 For David is not ascended into the heav.
7. 56 Behold, I seethe heavens opened, and the
2 Co. 5. i not made with hands, eternal in the hea.
Kph. 4. 10 far above all heavens, that he might fill all
Heb. i. 10 the heavens are the works of thine hands
4. 14 that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the
7. 26 High Priest, .made higher than the heav.
8. i set on. .the throne of the majesty in theh.
9. 23 the patterns of things in the heavens shou.
2 Pe. 3. 5 that by the word of God the heavens were
3. 7 the heavens and the earth which are now
3. 10 in the which the heavens shall pass away
3. 12 wherein the heavens beingonfire shall be
3. 13 we. .look for new heavens and a new earth
Rev. 12. 12 Therefore rejoice, (ye) heavens, and ye
HEAVIER
Weighty, lieavy, naj kabed.
Prov 27. 3 but a fool s wrath (is) heavier than them
HEAVIER, to be
To be heavy, weighty, 139 kabad.
Job 6. 3 it would be heavier than the sand of the
23. 2 to day . . my stroke is heavier than my gr.
HEAVILY
I. Heaviness, weight, rn35 kebeduih.
Exodi4. 25 they drave them heavily : so that the Eg.
2.7*0 be black, mourning, Tip qadar.
Psa. 35. 14 I bowed down heavily, as one that mour.
HEAVILY, to lay
Ta make heavy or weighty, 139 kabed, 5.
Isa. 47. 6 upon the ancient hast thou . .heavily Itid
HEAVINESS
1. Sorrow, fear, r.tiri dragah.
Prov.i2. 25 Heaviness in the heart of man maketh it
^.Weakness, rnj kehah.
Isa. 61. 3 garment of praise for the spirit of heavi.
Z.Face, aspect, D ip panim.
Job 9. 27 I will leave off myheaviness, and comfort
4, Lamentation, mourning, n;jKn taaniyinih.
Isa. 29. 2 and there shall be heaviness and sorrow
S.Ajflictifm, sorrow, ny>F\ ///</</ /( .
PsaiiQ. 28 My soul meiteth for heaviness: strengthen
Prov 10. i a foolish eon (is) the heaviness of his
14. 13 and the end of that mirth (is) heaviness
^.Affliction, humiliation, rt Hlp taanith.
Ezra 9. 5 I arose up from my heaviness; and, having
7. Dejection of the ei/e, Kar-i^tta kattpheia.
Jas. 4. 9 be turned to mourning, and. . joy to heav.
8. Grief, \virri lupe.
Rom. 9. 2 I have great heaviness and continual
2 Co. 2. i that I would not come again to you in he.
HEAVINESS, to be full of
1.7*0 be feeble, mortal, r-J nvxh.
Psa. 69. 20 and I am full of heaviness: and I looked
2.7*0 be very heart/, fain f, aoTjfjiovtw uiKimmeo.
Phil. 2. 26 For he longed, .and was full of heaviness
HEAVINESS, to be in
To be grieved, AiiWo/tac, liipcomai.
i Pe. i. 6 ye are in heaviness through manifold
HEAVY
I.Heary. weighty, 159 kabed.
Exod 17. 12 But Moses hands (were) heavy ; and they
18. 18 for this thing (is) too heavy for thee ; thou
1 Ki. 12. 4 and his heavy yoke which he put upon us
12. ii my father did lade you with a heavy yoke
2 Ch.io. 4 and his heavy yoke that he put upon us
10. ii my father put a heavy yoke upon you, I
Psa. 38. 4 mine iniquities., as an heavy burden they
^.Heaviness, 132 kobed.
Prov 27. 3 A stone (is) heavy, and the sand weighty
Isa. 30. 27 and the burden (thereof is) heavy : his lips
3. A bar, yoke, n^is motah.
Isa. 58. 6 to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the
4. Bitter, ~Q mar.
Prov 31. 6 wine unto those that be of heavy hearts
5. Sulky, sour, ip sar.
i Ki. 20. 43 went to his house heavy and displeased
21. 4 Ahab came into his house heavy and dig.
G.Shar]), hard, ny^ qaslieh.
i Ki. 14. 6 for I (am) sent to thee (with) heavy (titl.)
7.Eril, in ra.
Prov 25. 20 he that singeth songs to an heavy heart
8. Heavy, weighty, fiapvs barns.
Matt 23. 4 For they bind heavy burdens and grievous
HEAVY, to be
1. To be heavy, weighty, 139 kabed.
1 Sa. 4. 18 for he was an old man, and heavy. And he
5. 6 the hand of the LORD was heavy upon them
5. 1 1 the hand of God was very heavy there
2 Sa. 14. 26 because (the hair) was heavy on him, th.
Neh. 5. 18 because the bondage was heavy upon this
Job 33. 7 neither shall my hand be heavy upon thee
Psa. 32. 4 day and night thy hand was heavy upon
38. 4 For mine iniquities, .they are too heavy
Isa. 24. 20 the transgression thereof shall be heavy
59. i neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear
2. To be heavy, weighed down, f)apfo/j.cu lareomai.
Matt 26. 43 asleep again : for their eyes were heavy
Marki4. 40 for their eyes were [heavy], neither wist
Luke 9. 32 Peter and they . . were heavy with sleep
HEAVY, to be very
To lie very heavy, faint, aSrinovtia ademoneo.
Matt 26. 37 and began to lie sorrowful and very heavy
Mark 1 4. 33 began to be sore amazed, and to be very h.
HEAVY, to make
To make heavy, "39 kal>ed, 5.
1 Ki. 12. 10 Thy father made our yoke heavy, but
12. 14 My father madeyouryoke heavy, and I
2 Ch.io. 10 Thyfathermade ouryoke heavy, but make
10. 14 My father made your yoke heavy, but I
Isa. 6. 10 make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes
Lam. 3. 7 cannot get out : he hath made my chain h.
HEAVY, (to be) too
Heart/, weighty, 139 kabed.
Num ii. 14 I am not able, .because (it is) too heary
HE -BER. 135? shoot, production, shoot.
l.Head of a family in the tribe of Gad.
i Ch. 5. 13 Jorai, and Jachan, and X.ia, and H., seven
2. A son of Shashak of tin- tribe of Benjamin,
i Ch. 8. 22 And Ishpan, and H., and Eliel
HE-BER, 137: (Nu. 26.25 T}n), -i;n, E0tp companion.
1. A son of Beriah the son of Asher. B c. 1640.
Gen. 46. 17 and the sons of Beriah ; H., and Malchiel
Xum26. 45 Of the sons of Beriah ; of H., the family
i Ch. 7. 31 And the sons of Beriah ; H., and Malchiel
7. 32 And H. begat Japhlet, and shomer, and
Luke 3. 35 Phrilec, which was (the sou) of H., which
2. The husband of Jael who killed Sisera. He was a
Kenite, while Sisera was captain of Jabin s army. B.C.
1360.
Judg. 4. ii H. the Kenite. .of the children of Hobab
4. 17 fled, .to the tent of Jael the wife of H.
4. 17 peace between Jabin. .and the house of H.
4. 21 Then Jael H. s wife took a nail of the tent
5. 24 Blessed, .shall Jael the wife of H. the K.
3. A son of Ezra, apparently of the family of Caleb son
of Jephunneh. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 18 And his wife. .bare. .H. the father of Soc.
4. A eon of Elpnal. n Bcnjamite. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. 17 and Meshullum, and Hezeki, and H.
HBBERITES 473 HE EL
HE-BB-HJTES. nan belonging to Heber.
A family descended from Heber, a descendant of Bcriah
on of Asher. B.C. 1640.
Nuinao. 45 of Heber, the family of the H. : of Malchiel
HE -BREW, ^ay Efipatos belonging to Eber.
1. Patronymic of Abraham and his offspring.
Gen. 14. 13 there came one. .and told Abram the H.
19. 14 he hath brought in an H. unto us to mock
39. 17 The H. servant, .came in unto me to mock
40. 15 I was stolen . .put of the land of the H.
41.12 And. .there with us a young man, an H.
43. 32 Egyptians might not eat bread with the H.
Exod. 1.15 the king of Egypt spake to the H. midw.
i. 16 ye do the office of a midwife to the H. wo.
1. 19 the H. women (are) not as the Egyptian
2. 6 she. . said, This(J8one)of the H. schildren
2. 7 Shall I go and call . . a nurse of the H. wo.
2. 1 1 he spied an Egyptian smiting an H., one of
2. 13 behold, two men of the H. strove together
3. 18 The LORD God of the H. hath met with us
5. 3 The God of the H. hath met with us
7. 16 The LORD God of the H. hath sent me unto
9. i, 13 Thus saith the LORD God of the H.
10. 3 Thus saith the LORD God of the H.
21. 2 If thou buy an H. servant, six years he
Deutis- 12 if. .an H. man, or an H. woman, be sold
1 Sa. 4. 6 What.. the noise.. in the camp of the H.?
4. 9 that ye be not servants unto the H., as
13. 3 Saul blew the trumpet . . saying, Let the H.
13. 7 And (some) of the H.went over Jordan to
13. 19 Lest the H. make (them) swords or spears
14. n the H. come forth out of the holes where
14. 21 Moreover the H. . .(turned) to be with the
29. 3 Then said the princes . . What (do)these H.
Jer. 34. 9 every man should let . . an H. or an Hebr.
34. 14 let ye go every man his brother an H.
Jon. i. 9 And he said unto them, I (am) an H.
Acts 6. i murmuring of the Grecians against the H.
2 Co. ii 22 Are they H.? so (am) I. Are they Israe.?
Phil. 3. 5 Circum. the eighth day. .an H. of the H.
2. The language spoken by the Jews in Palestine in the
time of Christ. It might more accurately have been
called Syro-Chaldee, being a mixture of the Aramaean
of Daniel and Ezra with the ancient Hebrew. The
Syriac Peshito and the Chaldee Targum of Onkelos are
its substantial representatives. In the schools of the
Rabbis after the destruction of Jerusalem an attempt
was made to return to the Hebrew of the Old Testa
ment, as may be seen in the Mishnah, &c.
Acts 21. 40 he spake unto (them) in the H. tongue
22. 2 they heard that he spake in the H. tongue
26. 14 I heard a voice speaking, .in the H. ton.
HEBREW (tongue), in the
Hebraistic, E/Bpai o-Tt Hebrai-sti.
John 5. 2 which is called in the Hebrew tongue B.
19. 13 the Pavement, but in the Hebrew, Gabb.
19. 17 which is called in the Hebrew, Golgotha
19. 20 it waswrittenin Hebrew,(and) Greek, (and)
Rev. 9. ii whose name in the Hebrew tongue (is)Ab.
16. 16 a place called in the Hebrew tongue A.
HEBREW, (of)
Hebraic, EjSpoiWj Hebraikos.
Luke23. 38 in letters of Greek.and Latin, and Hebrew
HEB -RON, I najr, pan ford, company.
l.A city of Asher near Rehob, called also Abdon (which
see). Properly Ebron.
Josh. 19. 28 H., and Rehob, and Hammon, andKanah
2. A city of Judah, 22 miles S. of Jerusalem, in a rocky
but fertile district ; it was also called Kirjath-arba, and
DOW El-khulil.
Gen. 13. 1 8 in the plain of Mamre, which (is) in H.
23. 2, 19 the same (is) H. in the land of Canaan
35. 27 which (is) H., where Abraham and Isaac
37. 14 So he sent him out of the vale of H., and
Numi3. 22 ascended by the south, and came untoH.
13. 22 H. was built seven years before Zoan in E.
Josh 10. 3 Adoni-zedek . .sent unto Hoham king of H.
10. 5 Therefore . . the king of H. . . encamped be.
10. 23 did so, and brought forth, .the king of H-
10. 36 And Joshua went up from Eglon . . unto H.
10. 39 as he had done to H., so he did to Debir
11. 21 cut off the Anakims. .from H., from Debir
ia. 10 The kingof Jerusalem, one ; thekingofH.
14. 13 Joshua, .gave unto Caleb. .H. for an inh.
14. 14 H. therefore became the inheritance of C.
14. 15 the name of H. before (was) Kirjath-arba
15. 13 Caleb.. he gave..Arba. .which (city is) H.
15. 54 Humtah, and Kirjath-arba, which (is) H.
20. 7 appointed. .Kirjath-arba, which (is) H.
21. ii they gave them.. Arba.. which (city is) H.
21. 13 they gave to the children of Aaron. .H.
JudL . i. 10 against the Canaanites that dwelt in H.
i. 10 now the name of H. before (was) Kirjath.
1. 20 they gave H. unto Caleb, as Moses said
1 6. 3 up to the top of an hill, that (is) before H.
3 Sa. 30. 31 to (them) which (were) in H., and to all
2 Sa. 2. i Whither shall I go up ? And he said . . H.
2. 3 and they dwelt in the cities of H.
2. ii David was king in H. . .seven years and
2. 32 and they came to H. at break of day
3. 2 And unto David were sons born in H.
3. 5 These were born to David in H.
3. 19 to speak in the ears of David in H.
3. 20 So Abner came to David to H. , and twenty
3. 22 but Abner (was) not with David in H.
3. 27 when Abner was returned to H., 3.32.
4. i Saul s son heard . . Abner was dead in H.
a. 8 brought the head of Ish-bosheth. .to II.
2 Sa. 4. 12 and handed (them) up over the pool in H.
4. 12 buried (it) in the sepulchre of Abner in H.
5. i Then came all the tribes . . to David unto II
5. 3 elders of Israel came to the king to H.
5. 3 king David made a league with them in H.
5. 5 In H. he reigned over Judah seven years
5. 13 took, .wives, .after he was come from H.
15. 7 which I have vowed unto the LORD, in H
15. 9 Go in peace. So he arose, and went to H.
15. 10 then ye shall say, Absalom reigneth in H.
i Ki. 2. ii seven years reigned he in H., and thirty
1 Ch. 3. i the sons, .which were born unto him in H.
3. 4 (These) six were born unto him in H ; and
6. 55 they gave them H. in the land of Judah
6.57 to the sons of Aaron they gave. .H.,(thec.)
ii. i all Israel gathered .. to David unto H.
ii. 3 came all the elders, .to the kingtoH.
11. 3 David made a covenant with them in H.
12. 23 the bands, .ready, .came to David to H.
12. 38 these, .came with a perfect heart to H.
29. 27 seven years reigned he in H., and thirty
2 Ch.n. 10 Zorah, and Aijalon, and H., whieh(are)in
3. A son of Kohath, the son of Levi. B.C. 1600.
Exod. 6. 18 And the sons of Kohath. .H., and Uzziel
Num. 3. 19 And the sons of Kohath. .H., and Uzziel j
i Ch. 6. 2 And the sons of Kohath. .H., and Uzziel
6. 18 And the sons of Kohath.. H., and Uzziel
23. 12 The sons of Kohath. .H., and Uzziel, four
23. 19 Of the sons of H. ; Jeriah the first, Ama.
4. The patronymic of Mareshah a descendant of Caleb
the son of Hezron. B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 2. 42 the sons of Mareshah the father of H.
2. 43 And the sons of H. ; Korah, and Tappuah
15. 9 Of the sons of H.; Eliel the chief, and his
HE-BRO-NTTES, Tnnn, ran.
Patronymic of the family of Hebron the son of Kohath.
B.C. 1600.
Num. 3. 27 And of Kohath. .th,e family of the H.
26. 58 families of the Levites . . family of the H.
i Ch.26. 23 Of the Amramites. .the Izharites, the H.
26. 30 the H., Hashabiab and his brethren, men
26. 31 Among the H. (was) Jerijah the chief
26. 31 among the H., according to the generat.
HEDGE
1. Hedge, fold, *n3 gader.
Psa. 80. 12 Why hast thou. .broken down her hedges
Eccl. 10. 8 whoso breaketh an hedge, a serpent
Eze. 13. 5 neither made up the hedge for the house
22. 30 that should make up the hedge, and stand
2. Hedge, fold, TTTU gederah.
i Ch. 4. 23 those that dwelt among plants and hedges
Psa. 89. 40 Thou hast broken down all his hedges
Jer. 49. 3 lament, and run to and fro by the hedges
Nsh. 3. 17 which camp in the hedges in the cold day
S. Hedge, njnirp mesukah.
Prov 15. 19 the slothful (man is) as an hedge of thorns
Isa. 5. 5 I will take away the hedge thereof, and
4.A hedge, <ppayfj.6s phragmos.
Marki2. i set an hedge about (it), and digged (a
Luke 14. 23 Go out into the highways and hedges
HEDGE, to
To liedge about, Ti3 gadar.
Lam. 3. 7 He hath hedged me about, that I cannot
HEDGE in, to
To shut up, cover in, ijjij sakak, 5.
Job 3. 23 to a man. .whom God hath hedged in?
HEDGE, to make an
To make a fence, ?$& suk, 5.
Job 1. 10 Hast not thou made an hedge about him
HEDGE round about, to
To put a hedge around, irfpiriOript Qpay^v.
Matt 21. 33 and hedged it round about, and digged a
HEDGE up, to
To hedge up, iv suk.
Hos. 2. 6 I will hedge up thy way with thorns, and
HTHRD, to give
To give attention, 2y$ qashab, 5.
Prov. 17. 4 A wicked doer giveth heed to false lips
Jer. 18. 18 let us not give heed to any of his words
18. 19 Give heed to me, O LORD, and hearken to
HKKP to, to give
To hold toward, irpoa-f\ti> prosecHo.
Acts 8. 10 Towhomtheyallgaveheed.from theleast
i Ti. i. 4 Neither give heed to fables and endless
4. i givingheedtoseducingspirils.anddoctri.
Titus i. 14 Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and
HEED, to give good
To give ear, JIN azatij 3.
Eccl. 1 2. 9 he gave good heed, and sought out, (and)
HEED, much
Attention, 3!?j5 qeslieb.
Isa. 21. 7 he hearkened diligently with much heed
HEED, to take
1. To be icarned, ini zehar.
Ezra 4. 22 Take heed now that ye fail not to do this
2. To observe silently, n?p sakath, 5.
Deut 27. 9 Take heed, and hearken, Israel ; this day
3. To give the heart, zh ;n} nathan leb.
Eccl. 7. 21 Also take no heed unto all words that are
4. To see, n>n raah.
1 Ch. 28. 10 Take heed now ; for the LORD hath chosen
2 Ch. 19. 6 Take heed what ye do : for ye judge not
5. To watch, observe, iyp shamar.
Num 23. 12 Must I not take heed to speak that which
Josh 22. 5 take diligent heed to do the commandme.
i Ki. 2. 4 If thy children take heed to their way, to
8. 25 that thy children take heed to their way
a Ki. 10. 31 But Jehu took no heed to walk in the law
1 Ch.22. 13 if thou takest heed to fulfil the statutes
2 Ch. 6. 16 so that thy children take heed to their way
19. 7 take heed, and do (it): for(thereis)noiniq
33. 8 they will take heed to do all that I have
Psa. 39. i I will take heed to my ways, that I sin
Hos. 4. 10 they have left off to take heed to the LORD
6. To be watchful, i?y shamar, 2.
Gen. 31. 24 Take heed that thou speak not to Jacob
31. 29 Take thou heed that thou speak not to.Iac
Exod 10. 28 Get thee from me, take heed to thyself
19. i2Take heed to yourselves, (that ye)go(not)
34.12 Take heed to thyself, lest thou make a cov.
Deut. 4. 9 Only take heed to thyself, and keep thy so.
4. 1 5 Take ye therefore good heed unto yourselv
4. 23 Take heed unto yourselves, lest ye forget
1 1 . 1 6 Take heed to yourselves, that yi >ur heart be
12. 13, 19, 30 Take heed to thyself that thou
24. 8 Take heedintheplagueof leprosy, that th.
Josh 23. ii Take good heed therefore unto yourselves
1 Sa. 19. 2 take heed to thyself until the morning
2 Sa. 20. 10 But Amasa took no heed to the sword that
Job 36. 21 Take heed, regard not iniquity : forthia
Isa. 7. 4 Take heed, and be quiet ; fear not, neither
Jer. 9. 4 Take ye heed every one of his neighbour
17. 21 Take heed toyourselves, and bearnoburd.
Mai. 2. 15 Therefore take heed to your spirit, and let
2. 16 therefore take heed to your spirit, that ye
7. To look, look on or to, j8\tira> blepo.
Matt 24. 4 Take heed that no man deceive you
Mark 4. 24 he saith unto them, Take heed what ye hear
13. 5 Take heed lest any (man) deceive you
13. 23 But take ye heed : behold, I have foretold
13. 33 Take ye heed, watch and pray : for ye
Luke 8. iSTakeheedthereforehowyehear: for who.
21. 8 Take heed that ye be not deceived : for
1 Co. 3. 10 let every man take heed how he buildeth
8. 9 take heed, lest by any means this liberty
10. 12 Wherefore let him. .take heed lest he fall
Gal. 5. 15 take heed that ye be not consumed one
Col. 4. 17 Take heed to the ministry which thou hast
Heb. 3. 12 Take heed, brethren, lest there be in any of
8. To see, see to, 6odca horaO.
Matti6. 6 Take need and beware of the leaven of tli"
18. 10 Take heed that ye despise not one of thet o
Mark 8. 15 Take heed, beware of the leaven of the
Lukei2. 15 Take heed, and beware of covetousness
Acts 22. 26 Take heed what thou doest : for this man
9. To hold toward, irpofftxu prosecho.
Matt. 6. i Take heed that ye do not your alms before
2 Pe. 1. 19 whereunto ye do well that ye take heed
lO.To look at or on, mark, ffKoirfu skope<~>.
Luken. 35 Take heed therefore that the light which
HEED, taking
To watch, observe, ~vyy shamar.
Psa. 119. 9 By taking heed (thereto) according to thy
HEED unto self, to take
To be watchful, n?y; shamar, 2.
Deut. 2. 4 take ye good heed unto yourselves therefo.
TTRT.T1 to, to take [See TAKE.]
I. To look, look on or at, /3\*iro> blepo.
Marki3. 9 But take heed to yourselves: fortheyshall
Col. 4. 17 Take heed to the ministry which thou hast
2. To hold toward, irpocrtx^ prosechv.
Lukei?. 3 Take heed to yourselves : If thy brother
21. 34 take heed to yourselves, lest at any time
Acts 5. 35 Ye men of Israel, take heed to yourselves
HEED to, to give the more earnest
To hold the mr>re toward, irtpifftyortpus npoaix -
Heb. 2. i ought to give the more earnest heed to
H Kkli unto, to give
1. To hold upon, ^ir<=x epecho.
Acts 3. 5 gave heed unto them, expecting to rece.
2. To hold tou-anJ, irpofftx^ prosecho.
Acts 8. 6 the people with one accord gave heed un.
HEED unto, to take
1. To hold upon, irex& epecho.
i Ti. 4. 16 Take heed unto thyself, and unto the
2. To hold toward, trpofftxw prosecho.
Acts 20. 28 Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and
TTR RT.
I. The heel, 3pj; aqeb.
Gen. 3. 15 thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel
25. 26 his hand took hold on Esau s heel : and
49. 17 that biteth the horse heels, so that his
Job 18. 9 The gin shall take (him) by the heel, (and)
Psa. 41. 9 hath lifted up (his) heel against me
49. 5 the iniquity of my heels shall compass me
Jer. 13. 22 discovered, (and) thy heels made bare
l.A root, v~v shoresh.
Job 13. 27 settlest a print upon the heels of my feet
S.Tlic heel, irrfpva pterna.
Johni3. 18 He. .hath lifted up his heel against me
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HEEL 474 HELL
HEEL, to take by the
To circumvent, tn.kf by the heel, 3pV aqab.
Hos. 12. 3 took his brother by the heel in the womb
HE -GE, HE -GAI, K^n, jn, ?n.
Chief chamberlain of Ahasuerus, king of Persia. B.C.
518.
Esth. :. 3 unto the custody of II. the king s chainb.
2. 8 were gathered., to the custody of H.
2. 8 Esther was brought . . to the custody of II.
2. 15 she required nothing but what II. ..app.
HEIFER -
1. ///>;/, rc^yyeijlah (Deu. 21.3, iSa. 16.2 with 133).
Gen. 15. 9 Take me an heifer of three years old, and
Deut 21. 3 elders of that city shall take an heifer
21. 4 shall bring down the heifer unto a rough
21. 4 shall strike off the heifer s neck there in
21. 6 shall wash their hands over the heifer
Judg 14. 18 If ye had not ploughed with my heifer, ye
i Sa. 16. 2 Take an heifer with thee, and say, I am
Isa. 15. 5 unto Zoar, an heifer of three years old
Jer. 46. 20 Egypt s like) a very fair heifer, (but)
48. 34 uttered . .(as) an heifer of three years old
50. ii ye are grown fat as the heifer at grass
Hos. 10. ii Ephraim (is as) an heifer (that is) taught
2*Co?t , kine, n~!$ parah.
Num 19, 2 they bring thee a red heifer without spot
19. 5 (one) shall burn the heifer in his sight
19. 6 the midst of the burning of the heifer
19. 9 shall gather up the ashes of the heifer
19 10 he that gathereth the ashes of the heifer
Hos. 4. 16 slideth back as a backsliding heifer: now
3. .4 tamed heifer, SauaAis damalls.
Heb. 9. 13 ashes of an heifer sprinkling the unclean
HEIGHT
l.Hriyht, high plane, n^j bamah.
Isa. 14. 14 ascend above the heights of the clouds
Z.Tii make high or lofty, ajj gabah, 5.
Isa. 7. ii either in. .depth, or in the height above
S.Loftiness, n;J! gobah.
1 Sa. 17. 4 whose height (was) six cubits and a span
2 Oh. 3. 4 and the height (was) an hundred and tw.
Job 22. 12 (Is) not God in the height of heaven ? and
Eze. 19. ii and she appeared in her height with the
31. 10 and his heart is lifted up in his height
31. 14 their trees stand up in their height
41. 8 also the height of the house round about
Amos 2. 9 height (was) like the height of the cedars
4. Lofty, a" 2 3 gaboak.
1 Sa. 16. 7 Look not. .on the height of his stature
5. High place, cnp marom.
2 Ki. 19. 23 come up to the height of the mountains
Psa. io:. 19 down from the height of his sanctuary
148. i Praise ye the LORD, .in the heights
Isa. 37. 24 I come up to the height of the mountains
37. 24 will enter into the height of his border
Jer. 31.12 shall come and sing in the height of Zion
49. 1 6 thou. .that holdest the height of the hill
51. 53 she should fortify the height of her stren.
Eze. 17. 23 In the mountain of the height of Israel
20. 40 in the mountain of the height of Israel
6. Stature, height, n^ip qomah.
Gen. 6. 15 and the height of it thirty cubits
Exod25. io. 23 a cubit and a half the height thereof
27. i the height thereof (shall be) three cubits
27. 1 8 height five cubits (of) fine twined linen
30. 2 two cubits (shall be) the height thereof
37. i and a cubit and a half the height of it
37. io and a cubit and a half the height thereof
37. 25 two cubits (was) the height of it ; the h.
38. i and three cubits the height thereof
38. 1 8 the height in the breadth (was) nve cubits
1 Ki. 6. 2 and the height thereof thirty cubits
6. 20 twenty cubits in the height thereof : and
6. 26 height of the one cherub (was) ten cubits
7. 2 the height thereof thirty cubits, upon
7. 1 6 height of the one chapiter (was) nve cub.
7. 1 6 the height of the other chapiter (was) five
7. 23 his height (was) five cubits ; and a line of
7. 27 and three cubits the height of it
7. 32 height of a wheel (was) a cubit and half a
a Ki.25- 17 The height oftheonepillar (was) eighteen
25. 17 the height of the chapiter three cubits
2 Ch. 4. i he made, .ten cubits the height thereof
4. 2 five cubits the height thereof ; and a line
Jer. 52. 21 the height of one pillar (was) eighteen cu.
52. 22 the height of one chapiter(was) five cubits
Eze. 31. 5 Therefore his height was exalted above all
31. io and his heart is lifted up in his height
31. 14 trees, .exalt themselves for their height
40. 5 breadth . . one reed ; and the height one reed
7. Head, ran rosh.
Job 22. 12 behold the height of the stars, how high
8. Height, loftiness, en rum.
Prov. 25. 3 The heaven for height, and the earth for
\ .TTA 6. 3 the height therefore threescore cubits
l)an. 3. i an image . . whose height (was) threescore
4. io a tree, .and the height thereof (was) great
4. ii the height thereof reached unto heaven
4. 20 whose height reached unto the heaven, and
9. Hugeness, rwj ramulh.
Eze. 32. 5 will lay., and fill the valleys with thy hei.
10. Height, ftyoy hupsos.
Eph. 3. 18 what (is) the breadth, .and depth, and he.
Rev. 21. 1 6 the breadth, and the height of it are equal
II. High thing or place, ttyo^ta hupsoma.
Horn. 8. 39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other crea.
HEIGHT, to raise up to a great -
To make high or lofty, 133 gabah, 5.
2 Ch. 33. 14 raised it up to a very great height, and
HETKOTTS crime
Wicked thought or device, n?} zimmah.
Job 31. ix For this (is) an heinous crime; yea, it (is)
HETR
1.7*0 possess, occupy, succeed, en; yarash.
Gen. 15. 3 and, Io, one bom in my house is mine heir
2 Sa 14. 7 and we will destroy the heir also : and so
Jer. 49. i Hath Israel no sons? hath he no heir? why
49. 2 unto them that were his heirs, saith the
Mic. i. 15 Yet will I bring an heir unto thee. O inh.
I.One u-ho receives a lot or portion, K\ripovSfj.os.
Matt2i. 38 This is the heir; come, let us kill him
Mark 1 2. 7 This is the heir; come, let us kill him
Luke2o. 14 This is the heir: come, let us kill him
11 pin. 4. 13 that he should be the heir of the world
4. 14 For if they which are of the law (be) heirs
8. 17 And if children, then heirs; heirs of God
Gal. 3. 29 and heirs according to the promise
4. i say, (That) the heir, as long as he is a child
4. 7 a son, then an heir of God through Christ
Titus 3. 7 we should be made heirs according to
Heb. i. 2 whom he hath appointed heir of all things
6. 17 willing, .to show unto the heirs of prom*
ii. 7 became heir of the righteousness which is
Jas. 2. 5 and heirs of the kingdom which he hath p.
HEIR (of), to be
1. To possess, occupy, succeed, en; yarash.
Gen. 15. 4 saying, This shall not be thine heir; but
15. 4 he that shall come, .shall be thine heir
21. io for the son . .shall not be heir with my son
Prov 30. 23 an handmaid that is heir to her mistress
Jer. 49. 2 then shall Israel be heir unto them that
2.7V) receive a lot or portion, K\r,povof^.(ta kleronomsfi.
Gal. 4. 30 for the son . . shall not be heir with the son
Heb. i. 14 for them who shall be heirs of salvation?
HEIR together, or with
One receiving a lot with (another], crvyic\r)pov&/j.os.
Heb. ii. 9 the heirs with him of the same promise
i Pe. 3. 7 and as being heirs together of the grace
HEIR, fellow or joint
One receiving a lot with (another), ffvyK\ripov6/j.os.
Rom. 8. 17 heirs of God, and joint heirs with Christ
Eph. 3. 6 That the Gentiles should be fellow heirs
HEL -AH, nx^n tenderness.
A wife of Asher, a descendant of Caleb son of Hur
fromJudah. B.C. i $60.
1 Ch. 4. 5 the father of Tekoa had two wives, H. and
4. 7 the sons of H. (were) Zereth, and Jezoar
HE -LAM, cSvt, CK^n.
A place E. of the Jordan, but W. of the Euphrates.
Perhaps it is identical with Alamatha, on the W. of
the Euphrates, near Nicephorium.
2 Sa. io. 16 they came to II. ; andShobach. .(went) be.
io. 17 and passed over Jordan, and came to H.
HEL -BAH, n^n fertility.
A town in the tribe of Asher, near Achzib.
Judg. i. 31 did Asher drive out the inhabitants of.. H.
HEL -BON, iu^n fruitful.
A city celebrated in ancient times for the quality of its
wine. It still bears its ancient name Helbon and is a
village within a few miles of Damascus and still cele
brated for producing the finest grapes in the country.
The Arab c name Halbun contains the Hebrew equiva
lents exactly.
Eze. 27. i8thymerchant..inthewineofH.,andwhitew.
HELD
To be hidden, N^n chaba, 2.
Job 29. io nobles held their peace, and their tongue
HELD in, to be
To curb, o?p Ixilam.
Psa. 32. 9 whose mouth must be held in with bit and
HEL -DAI, "sSn enduring.
1. The i2th captain for the monthly service in the sanc
tuary. He was descended from Othniel and is called
"the Netophathite." B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.27- 15 The., (captain) for the twelfth month. .II.
2. An Israelite who returned from captivity and to
whom special honour was given. In verse 14 his name
appears to be changed to Helem. B.C. 519.
Zech. 6. 10 Take of (them of) the captivity, .of H.
HE -LEB, 3^0 fat. [See HELED.]
One of David s valiant men, from Netophah, S.E. of
Jerusalem. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 29 H. the son of Raanah, a Netophathite
HE -LED, iSx The same as Heleb.
i Ch. ii. 30 H. the son of liaanah the Netophathite
HE -LEK, p^r; portion.
Second son of Gilead, and founder of the family of the
Helekites, descended from Mauasseh, Joseph s son.
B.C. 1560.
Num.6. 30 of H., the family of the Helekites
Josh.i?. 2 forthechildrenofH..andforthechildren
HEL-E-KITES, p^n.
Descendants of Helek, son of Gilead of the tribe of
Manasseh.
Nuni26. 30 of Gilead. .of Helek, the family of the H.
HE -LEM, cjri strength.
1. One mentioned among the descendants of Asher,
through Heber son of Beriah. B.C. jpSoo.
1 Ch. 7. 35 the sons of his brother H. ; Zophah, and
2. Person mentioned only once, and apparently the same
as Ileldai in verse io of the same chapter. B.C. 519,
Zech. 6. 14 the crowiw shall be to H., and toTobijah
HE -LEPH, n place of rushes.
A border town of Naphtali. It is now probably Btetllj
an ancient site nearly due E. of Rag Abijad, and W. of
Kades, on the edge of a ravine which probably formed
part of the boundary between Asher and Naphtali.
Josh. 1 9. 33 their coast was from H. . .unto Lakum
HE -LEZ, f Sn, j^>n, f^ri strength.
1. The Pelonite. one of the thirty of David s guard.
I altite in 2 Sa. 23. 26 is likely a corruption. He was aa,
Ephraimite, and captain of the 7th monthly course.
B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 26 H. the Paltite, Ira the son of Ikkesh the T.
i Ch.n. 27Shammoth the Harorite, H. the Pelonite
27. io seventh, .for the seventh month (was) H.
2. A man of Judah and son of Azariah, a descendant of
Jerameel of the great family of Hezrou. B.C. 1300.
1 Ch. 2. 39 And Azariah begat H., and H. begat Ele.
HE -LI, HAi, HAi.
The father of Joseph, the husband of Mary and real
brother of Jacob the father of the Virgin Mary herself.
This name in the Hebrew is identical with that of Eli
the high priest.
Luke 3. 23 son of Joseph, which was (the son) of H.
HEL -KAI, pSn Jah is a portion.
A priest of the family of Meraioth or Meremoth, who
was living in the generation following the return from
Babylon under Zerubbabel. See Hilkiah. B.C. 500.
Neh. 12. 15 Of Harlm, Adna; of Meraioth, H.
HEL -KATH, Dp
1
?!?, np,Vn portion.
The town at the starting point of the tribe of Asher s
boundary ; and allotted to the Gershonite Levites. Some
identify it with the modern Yerka, 8 miles E. of Akka.
In i Ch. 6. 75, Hukok is substituted for Helkath.
Josh 19. 25 their border was H., and Hali, and Beten
21. 31 H. with her suburbs, andRehob with her
HEL-KATH HAZ-ZTJ -BIM, c lxrr T\n field of rocks.
A smooth piece of ground, close to the pool of Gibeon,
where Joab s men had a flght with Abner s, which ended
in the death of the selected combatants, and brought
on a general battle.
2 Sa 2. 16 wherefore that place was called H. , which
TTET.T.
I. The unseen state, ViN:? sheol.
Deut 32. 22 and shall burn unto the lowest hell, and
2 Sa. 22. 6 The sorrows of hell compassed me about
Job ii. 8 what canst thou do? deeper than hell
26. 6 Hell(is)nakedbeforehim, and destruction
Psa. 9. 17 The wicked shall be turned intohell,(and)
16. io For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell
18. 5 The sorrows of hell compassed me about
55. 15 (and) let them go down quick into hell : for
86. 13 delivered my soul from the lowest hell
116. 3 and the pains of hell gat hold upon me
139. 8 if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou
Prov. 5. 5 down to death ; her steps take hold on h.
7. 27 Her house (is) the way to hell, going dovn
9. 18 knoweth. .her guests (are) in the depths of
15. ii Hell and destruction (are) before the LORD
15. 24 that he may depart from hell beneath
23. 14 beat, .and shall deliver his soul from hell
27. 20 Hell and destruction are never full ; BO
Isa. 5. 14 Therefore hell hath enlarged herself, and
14 9 Hell from beneath is moved for thee to
14. 15 Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to
28. 15 and with hell are we at agreement ; when
28. 18 your agreement with hell shall not stand
57. 9 and didst debase (thyself even) unto hell
Eze. 31. 16 when I cast him down to hell with them
31. 17 They also went down into hell with him
32. 21 shall speak to him out of the midst of hell
32. 27 which are gone down to hell with their
Amos 9. 2 Though they dig into hell, thence shall
Jon. 2. 2 out of the belly of hell cried I, (and) thou
Hab. 2. 5 who enlargeth his desire as hell, and (is) as
I.Hades, the unseen world, ^Srjv hades.
Matt 1 1. 23 thou. .shalt be brought down to hell: for
16. 18 gates of hell shall not prevail against it
Luke io. 15 And thou. .shall be thnist down to hell
16. 23 in hell he lifted up his eyes, being in tor.
Acts 2. 27 thou wilt not leave my soul in hell, neither
2. 31 that his soul was not left in hell, neither
Rev. i. 18 I . .have the keys of hell and of death
6. 8 I looked . .and Hell followed with him
20. 13 death and hell delivered up the dead
20. 14 deatli and hell were cast into the lake
3. Valley of Hinnom, Grhc-nna, yttvva geenna.
Matt. 5. 22 shall say. .shall be in danger of hell fire
5. 29, 30 thy whole body should be cast into h
io. 28 him which is able to destroy, .body in hell
18. o having two eyes to be cast into hell flre
23. 15 twofold more the child of hell than your.
93. jj how can ye escape the damnation of hellf
HELL 475 HEMLOCK
Mark 9. 43 than having two hands to go into hell
9. 45 than having two feet to be cast into hell
9. 47 having two eyes to be cast into hell fire
Luke 1 2. 5 hath power to cast into hell ; yea, I say
Jas. 3. 6 the tongue, .and it is set on fire of hell
HELL, to cast down to
To send into Tartarus, raprapdu tartaroo.
2 Pe. 2. 4 but cast (them) down to hell, and deliver.
HELM
An oar, rudder, irrtSd\tov pedalion.
Jas. 3. 4 they turned about with a very small helm
HELMET
l.Helnift, yys koba.
1 Sa. 17. 5(had)auhelmetofbrassuponhishead,and
2 Ch.26. 14 Uzziah prepared for them, .helmets.audh.
Isa. 59. 17 an helmet of salvation upon his head; and
Jer. 46. 4 stand forth with (your) helmets ; furbish
Eze. 27. 10 they hanged the shield and helmet in thee
38. 5 Persia . . all of them with shield and helmet
2. Helmet, yyp qoba.
1 Sa. 17. 38 he put an helmet of brass upon his head
Eze. 23. 24 shall set. .shield and helmet round about
^.Something around the head, TrfpiKf<pa\aiai)erik.
Eph. 6. 17 take the helmet of salvation, and the sw.
i Th. 5. 8 and for an helmet the hope of salvation
HE -LOW. ]hn strong.
Father of Eliab, chief man of the tribe of Zebulun,
at the taking of the census in the wilderness at Sinai.
B.C. 1520.
>"um. i. 9 Of Zebulun; Eliab the son of H.
2. 7 Eliab the son of H. . . captain of the chil.
7. 24 On the third day Eliab the son of H. . .(did
7. 29 this, .the offering of Eliab the son of H.
10. 16 over the host, .(was) Eliab the son of H.
HELP
I. Safety, nyw: yeshuah.
2 Sa. 10. n be too strong for me, then thou shalt help
Psa. 3. 2 which say.. (There is) no help for him in G.
42. 5 praise him (for) the help of his countena.
2.Help, <? ezer.
Gen. 2. 18 I will make him an help meet for him
2. 20 there was not foundanhelp meet for him
Exod i S. 4 God ofjny father, (said he, was) mine help
Deut33. 7 be thou an help (to him) from his enemies
33. 26 (who) rideth upon the heaven in thy help
33. 29 saved by the LORD, the shield of thy help
Psa. 20. 2 Send thee help from the sanctuary, and
33. 20 soul waiteth for the LORD: he (is) our help
70. 5 thou (art) my help and deliverer; O LORD
89. 19 I have laid help upon (one that is) mighty
115. 9, 10, ii the LORD: he (is) their help and th.
121. i unto the hills, from whence cometh my h.
121. 2 My help (cometh) from the LORD, which
1 24. 8 Our help (is) in the name of the LORD, who
146. 5 that (hath) the God of Jacob for his help
Isa. 30. 5 nor be an help nor profit, but a shame, and
Eze. 12. 14 all that (are) about him to help him, and
Dan. 1 1. 34 they shall be holpen with a little help : but
Hos. 1 3 . 9 destroyed thyself; but in me (is) thine help
3. Help, nnijg, rrjtj; ezrath, ezrah.
Judy. 5. 23 to the help of the LORD, to the help of the
Job 6. 13 (Is) not my help in me ? and is wisdom d.
31. 21 I have lifted up. .when I saw my help ui
Psa. 22. 19 LORD : my strength, haste thee to help
27. 9 thou hast been my help ; leave me not
35. 2 Take hold of shield . . stand up for mine h.
38. 22 Make haste to help me, O Lord my salva.
40. 13 to deliver me : O LORD, make haste to h.
40. 17 thou (art) my help and my deliverer; m.
44. 26 Arise for our help, and redeem us for thy
46. i God (is), .a very present help in trouble
60. ii Give us help from trouble : for vain (is)
63. 7 Because thou hast been my help, there.
70. i O God. .make haste to help me, O LORD
71.12 not far. .O my God, make haste for my h.
94. 17 I nless the LORD (had been) my help, my
108. 12 Give us help from trouble : for vain (is)
Isa. ic. 3 to whom will ye flee for help ? and where
20. 6 whither we flee for help to be delivered
31. i Woe to them that go down to Egypt for h
31. 2 against the help of them that work iniq.
Jer. 37. 7 Pharaoh s army, which is come forth to h.
Lam. 4. 17 our eyes as yet failed for our vain help
^.Safety, n^pj-i teshuah.
i Sa. 1 1. 9 (that time) the sun be hot, ye shall have h.
i Ch.ig. 12 then thou shalt help me : but if the chil.
Psa. 60. 1 1 from trouble : for vain (is) the help of m.
108. 12 from trouble : for vain (is) the help of m.
146. 3 in the son of man, in whom (there is) no h.
5. A helping, supporting, avTi\r)^is antilepsis.
1 Co. 12. 28 God hath set some in the church .. [helps]
6. Help, succour, oT]0eia boetheia.
Acts 27. 17 when they had taken up, they used helps
7. Help, aid, assistance, eiriKovpta epikouria.
Acts 26. 22 Having therefore obtained help of God, I
HELP, to
1. To strengthen, ptn chazaq, 3.
2 Ch. 29. 34 their brethren the Levites did help them
2. To make strong, ptrt chazaq, 5.
Job 8. 20 not cast away . . neither will he help the
3.2"o save, give safety, yy; yasha, 5.
Exod. 2. j? Moses stood up and helped them, and
2 Sa. to. ii too strong, .then I will come and help
10. 19 the Syrians feared to help the children of
14. 4 and did obeisance, and said, Help, O king
2 Ki. 6. 26 there cried a woman unto him, saying, H.
6. 27 the LORD do not help. .wheace shall I help
1 Ch. 19. 12 too strong for thee, then I will help thee
19. 19 neither would the Syrians help the child.
2 Ch.2o. 9 we. .cry .then thou wilt hear and help
Psa. 12. i Help, LOUD ; for the godly man ceaseth
116. 61 was brought low, and he helped me
4. To lift up, Njj j nasa, 3.
Ezra i. 4 let the men of his place help him with si.
Esth. 9. 3 and officers of the king, helped the Jews
5. To leave, 3]j; azaJb.
Exod. 23 5 to help him ; thou shalt surely help with
6. To help, njy azar.
Gen. 49. 25 the God of thy father, who shall help thee
Deut.32. 38 leathern rise up and help you, (aud)be your
Josh. i. 14 all the mighty men of valour, and help
10. 4 Come up unto me, and help me, that we
10. 6 come up to us quickly, and save us, and h.
10. 33 Horam king of Gezer came up to help La.
i Sa. 7. 12 saying, Hitherto hath the LORD helped us
i Ki. i. 7 and they following Adonijah helped (him)
20. 1 6 the thirty and two kings that helped him
1 Ch.i2. 17 If ye be come peaceably unto me to help me
12. 1 8 peace (be) unto thee. .for thy Godhelpeth
12. 19 but they helped them not : for the lords
12. 21 theyhelped David against the band (of the)
12. 22 day by day there came to David to help
15. 26 when God helped the Levites that bare
1 8. 5 the Syrians of Damascus came to help H.
22. 17 commanded all the princes of Israel toh.
2 Ch.i4. ii nothing with thee to help, .help us, O Lo.
18. 31 Jehosaphat cried out, and the LORD hel.
19. 2 Shouldest thou help the ungodly, and lo.
20. 23 every one helped to destroy another
25. 8 for (Jod hath power to help, and to cast
26. 7 God helped him against the Philistines
26. 13 made war. .to help the king against the
28. 16 send unto the kings of Assyria to help him
28. 23 I sacrifice to them, that they may help me
32. 3 He took counsel . .and they did help him
32. 8 but with us (is) the LORD our God to help
Ezra 8. 22 band of soldiers and horsemen to help us
10. 15 and Shabbethai the Levite helped them
Job 26. 2 How hast thou helped (him that is) with.
29. 12 delivered, .(him that Jiad) none to help
Psa. 22. ii trouble (is) near ; for (there is) none to h.
37. 40 LORD shall help them, and deliver them
46. 5 God shall help her, (and that) right early
79. 9 Help us, God of our salvation, for the
86. 17 because thou, LORD, hast holpen me, and
107. 12 they fell down, and (there was) none to h.
109. 26 Help me, O LORD my God : O save me ac.
118. 7 taketh my part with them that help me
118. 13 Thou hast thrust, .but the LORD helped
119. 86 they persecute me wrongfully; help thou
119. 173 Let thine hand help me : for I have cho.
119. 175 Let my soul live., let thy judgments help
Isa. 30. 7 the Egyptians shall help in vain, and to
31. 3 both he thathelpeth shall fall, and he that
41. 6 They helped every one his neighbour ; and
41. 10 I will strengthen thee ; yea, I will help
41. 13 saying unto thee, Fear not ; I will help
41. 14 I will help thee, saith the LORD, and thy
44. 2 Thus saiththe LORD, .(which)will help thee
49. 8 in a day of salvation have I helped thee
50. 7 the Lord GOD will help me ; therefore
50. 9 Behold, the Lord GOD will help me ; who
63. 5 I looked, and (there was) none to help
Lam. i. 7 when her people fell, .none did help her
Eze. 32. 21 the midst of hell with them that help him
Dan. 10. 13 Michael . . came to help me; and I remain,
ii. 45 come to his end, and none shall help him
Zech. i. 15 and they helped forward the affliction
7. To give help, iiy azar, 5.
2 Ch.28. 23 the gods of the kings of Syria help them
8. Help, iTiTj; ezrah (see under HELP, No. 3).
2 Ch.28. 21 unto the king of Assyria : but he helped
9. To call, cry, K~}3 qara.
Psa. 59. 4 (my) fault : awake to help me, and behold
W.Arm, yVir zeroa.
Psa. 83. 8 they have holpen the children of Lot. Se.
11. To take, hold over again, assist, arTiA.a/u/SacojUcH.
Luke i. 54 He hath holpen his servant Israel, in re.
12. To help, &o7i0f<a boetheo.
(i Matt 15. 25 worshipped him, saying, Lord, help me
Mark 9. 22 have compassion on us, and help us
9. 24 Lord, I believe ; help thou mine unbelief
Acts 16. 9 saying, Come over into Macedonia, and h.
21. 28 Crying out, Men of Israel, help : This is
Rev. 12. 16 the earth helped the woman; and the ear.
13. With a view to help, tls /JoVjfleiai eis boetheian.
Heb- 4. 16 mercy, and find grace to help in time of
1 4. To take hold at the same time, ffv\\a/j.pdv(i> sul.
Luke 5. 7 that they should come and help them
Phil. 4. 3 help those women which laboured with
15. To throw together, assist, ffvfj.f}d\\o/j.ai sumbal.
Acts 1 8. 27 who.. helped them much which had bel.
16. To take hold with one, <Tvva.vTi\a.(j.$a.vofjLa.i sun.
Luke 10. 40 bid her therefore that she help me
Rom. 8. 26 the spirit also helpeth our infirmities
[See Lift up again.]
HELP together, to
To work a little together, ffwuirovpytu sunupourgeo.
2 Co. i. 1 1 Ye also helping together by prayer for
HELP up, to
To cause to rise up, Cip qum, 5.
Deut22. 4 thou shalt surely help him to lift (them) up.
Eccl. 4. 10 for (he hath) not another to help him up
HELP with, to
To ivork with, or together, ffvvfpytw sunergev.
i Co.ic. 16 and to every one that helpeth with(us)
HELPED, to be
To be helped, irj; azar, 2.
1 Ch. 5. 20 they were helped against them, and the
2 Ch.26. 15 he was marvellously helped, till he was
Psa. 28. 7 my heart trusted in him, and I am helped
Dan. 1 1. 34 they, shall be holpen with a little help
HELPER, (fellow)
1. To help, i)j, azar.
2 Ki.i4. 26 nor any left, nor any helper for Israel
1 Ch. 1 2. i among the mighty men, helpers of the war
12. 18 unto thee, and peace (be) to thine helpers.
Job 9. 13 the proud helpers do stoop under him
30. 13 they set forward, .they have no helper
Psa. 10. 14 thou art the helper of the fatherless
30. 10 have mercy upon me: LORD, be thou my h.
54. 4 Behold, God (is) mine helper : thelx)RD(is)
72. 12 the pooralso, and(him)thathathno helper
Jer. 47. 4 cut off from Tyrus and Zidon every helper
Eze. 30. 8 (when) all her helpers shall be destroyed
2. Help, .TIJJJ ezrah.
Nah. 3. 9 Put and Lubim were thy helpers
3. Helper, jSoTjO^s boethos.
Heb. 13. 6 we may boldly say, The Lord (is) my help.
4. Fellow orjoint worker, ffvvtpyos sunergos.
Rom 16. 3 Greet Priscilla and Aquila my helpers
16. 9 Salute Urbane our helper in Christ, and
2 Co. i. 24 but are helpers of your joy 8. 23 ; 3 Jo. 8.
HELPING
I. Safety, ny\v] yeshuah.
Psa. 22. i far from helping me. .the words of my
2. To support, i#p sead, 5.
Ezra 5. 2 with them, .the prophets of God helping
HELVE
Wood, ] ]). ets.
Deut 19. 5 the head slippeth from the helve, and
HEM
I.Hem, skirt, train, VIE* shul.
ExotbS. 33 upon the hem of it. .roundabout the hem.
28. 34 upon the hem of the robe round about
39. 24 they made upon the hems of the robe po.
39. 25 the pomegranates upon the hem of the
39. 26 round about the hem of the robe to ruin.
Z.Bordcr, hem, KpamrfSov kraspcdon.
Matt. 9. 20 and touched the hem of his garment
14. 36 they might only touch the hem of his ga.
HE -MAM, C2*n raging.
A sou of Lotan the eldest son of Seir. In i Ch. i. 3^
the name is given as Homam, the correct form ; which
see.
Gen. 36. 22 the children of Lotan were Hori and H.
HE -MABT, Jij n faithful.
1. A son of Zerah the son of Jacob. B.C. 1640.
i Ki. 4. 31 he was wiser than all men; than. .H.,and
i Ch. 2. 6 the sons of Zerah . . H. , and Calcol, and D.
2. Son of Joel and grandson of Samuel the prophet, a
Kohathite. He was called "the singer" (i.e. musician,)
and was the first of the three chief Levites to whom was
entrusted the conduct of the vocal and instrumental
music of the sanctuary in David s time.
1 Ch. 6. 33 of the sons of theKohathites; H. a singer
15. 17 So the Levites appointed H. the son of J.
15. 19 So the singers, H., Asaph, and Ethan
16. 41, 42 with them H. and Jeduthan.and the rest
25. i to the service of the sons of. . H., and of
25. 4 Of H.: the sons of H.; Bukkiah, Mutt in
25. 5 All these (were) ttie sons of H. the king s.
25. 5 God gave to H. fourteen sons and three
25. 6 according to the king s order to A. . . and H.
2 Ch. 5. 12 allof them, .of H. . .arrayed in white linen
29. 14 of the sons of H.; Jehiel, and Shimei
35. 15 according to the command, of D. . .and H.
Psa. 88. title. Maschil of H. the Ezrahite
HE -MATH, ncq n^n warmth.
1. Another form of the name Hamath, but not warranted
by the Hebrew.
Amos 6. 14 afflict you from the entering in of H. unto
2. A person or place mentioned in the genealogical lists
of Judah as the original of the Kenites and the fathe*
of the house of Rechab. Hebrew, llaiiimath.
i Ch. 2. 55 These (are) the Kenites that came of H.
HEM -DAN, i7?n pleasant.
Eldest son of Dishon, son of Anah, the Horite. In i Ch.
i. 41 the name is//aira?i, which in the Common Version
is given as Ainram, instead of Chamran. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 26 children of Dishon; H., and Eshban, and
HEMLOCK
l.Wormwood, n^ laanah.
Amos 6. 12 the fruit of righteousness into hemlock
HEN 476 HERE
^..Poisonous herb, venom, TKI rosh.
Hos. 10. 4 judgment Bpringeth up as hemlock in the
HEN, jn grace,
A son of Zephaniah, apparently the same that is culled
Josiah in verse 10. B.C. 519.
Zech. 6. 14 the crowns shall be to. .H. the gon of
HEN
Fou l, hen, opvis ornis.
Matt 23. 37 as a hen gathereth her chickens under (h.)
Luke 13. 34 as a hen (doth gather) her brood under(h.)
HE NA, y;n low land.
A chief city that had been reduced by the Assyrian
kings shortly before the time of Sennacherib. On the
Euphrates, not far from Sippara, now (Mogiab), is an
ancient town called Ana or Aiuih, which is perhaps the
site of the ancient Ilena.
2 Ki. 1 8. 34 where (are) the Rods of Sepharvaim, H.
19. 13 Where (is) the king of . . Sepharvaim, of H.
Isa. 37. 13 Where (is) the king of . . Sepharvaim, H.
HE NA -DAD, i~}~ Hadad is gracious.
The head of a Levite family that aided in rebuilding the
temple under Jeshua. B.C. 480.
Kzra 3. 9 sons of H.. .their sons and their brethren
N eh. 3. 18 A tier him repaired . . Bavai the son of H.
3. 24 After him repaired Binnui the son of H .
10. 9 the Levites. .Binnui of the sons of H., K
HENCE, (from)
l.Froiti, this, "lO miz-zeh.
Gen. 37. 17 the man said, They are departed hence
"2. Ffon this or that.plnce, fvi(i,0fi> enteullicn.
Matt. 17. 20 shall say onto this mountain, Remove [h.]
l.uk- i ,. 3i(<et tlieeout. and depart hence ,4. 9 ; 16.26.
Jchn 2. 16 Tike thece things hence ; make not my
7 3 said, unto him, Depart hence, and go into
14. 31 that the world . .let us go hence, 18. 36.
Jas 4. i (come they) not hence, (even) of your lusts
3.After these, /UTO ravras ieta tautas.
Acts i . 5 with the Holy Ghost not many days hence
[Set also Jet, from.]
HENCEFORTH
1. Yet, still, -i sy oil.
Num. 1 8. 72 Neither must the children of Israelhence.
2.Ao?r, n?y attnh.
i Ch.i6. 9 from henceforth thou shalt have wars
3. To add, cause to add, re; yasaph, 5.
Gen. 4. 12 it shall not henceforth yield unto thee
4. From now, air apn ap arli.
Matt23 39 Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye
26 29 I will not drink henceforth of thisJo.n. 7.
S.What is I ft, remainder, \oiirov loipon.
9 Ti. 4. 8 Henceforth there is laid up for me a cro.
6. AT
o more, not again, /Z^KS TJ meketi.
Acts 4. 17 speak henceforth to no man in this name
T.Nou , rb vvv to nun.
Luke i. 48 behold, from henceforth all generations
5. 10 Fear not; from henceforth thou shalt cat.
12. 52 from henceforth there shalt be five in one
Acts 18. 6 from henceforth I will go unto the Gentiles
a Co. 5.16 henceforth know we no man after the flesh
HENCEFORTH . . no more
A?O longer, oiiKtn oukrti.
2 Co. 5. 1 6 yet now henceforth know we (him) no more
HENCEFORTH, from
1 .From note, airdpn aparti.
Kev. 14. 13 which die in the Lord [from henceforth]
2. What is left, remainder, rov \oiiroii, ri> \otirov.
Gal. 6. 17 From henceforth let no man trouble me
Heb. TO. 13 From henceforth expecting till his enemies
HENCEFORTH . not
l.j\o more, not again, unKtn meketi.
Rom. 6. 6 that henceforth we should not serve sin
a Co. 5.13 should not henceforth live unto themsel.
Eph. 4. 17 thatyehenceforthwalknotaBotherGent.
I.No more, not again, ovutn ouketi.
John 1 5. 15 Henceforth I call you not servants ; for
HENCEFORWARD
I. Yonder, beyond, henceforth, nx^rt halcah.
Numis. 23 and henceforward among your generations
2.iVo more, not again, /xry/cen mfketi ; Matt.2l. 19.
HENOCH. See ENOCH and HANOCH.
HE -PHER, i$n a digging, a well.
1. Tlie youngest son of Gilead, and head of the family
of the Hepherites. B.C. 1600. Hepher was the father
of Zelophehad whose daughters first raised the question
of the right of a woman having no brother to hold her
father s property.
Nuni26. 32 and (of) H.. the family of the 26.33.
27. i the daughtersof Zelophehad, the son of H.
Josh 17. 2 There was also (a lot) for. .children of H.
17. 3 Zelophehad, the son of H. . .had no sons
2. The second son of Naarah one of Ashur s two wives.
Tekoa was founded by Ashur in Judah s genealogy.
B.C. i<;oo.
i Ch. 4. 6 Naarah bare him Ahuzam, and H., and T.
3.A Mechernthite, one of the thirty heroes of David s
guard. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n. 36 H. the Mecherathitc, Ahijah the Pelonite
4. A royal city of the Canaanites on the W. of the Jor
dan; so also was the "land of Hepher," one of Solo
mon s commissariat districts. It lay below Dor, near
Sochoh, to the 8. of the centre of Palestine.
Josh. 12. 17 The king of Tappuah.one; the king of 11.
1 Ki. 4. 10 to him. .Sochoh, and all the land of LI.
HE-PHER-ITE8, ~!?n belonging to Chepher.
The family of Hepher son of Gilead.
Num 26. 32 and (of) Hepher, the family of the H.
HEPH-ZI -BAH, n^-
%SE~ my delight i-s in her.
1. The wife of Hezekiahi and mother of Manasseh king
of Jiulah. B.C. 710.
2 Ki. 21. i Manasseh. .his mother s name (was) H.
2. A name to be borne by Jerusalem when restored.
Isa. 62. 4 thou shalt be called H., and thy land B.
HER
1. Soul, breath, desire, v} nephesh.
Jer. 2. 24 snuffeth up the wind at her pleasure
2. He, she, it, avr6s autos.
Matt. j. 20 that which is conceived in her is of the Holy
Z.He, she, it, avros (gen.) autos.
Matt. i. 25 she had brought forth her first born son
2. 18 Rachel weeping (for) her children, and
n. 19 But wisdom is justified of her children
14. 8 she, being before instructed of her mother
14. ii the damsel : and she brought (it) to her
20. 20 the mother of Zebedee s children with her
24. 29 and the moon shall not give her light, and
Mark 6. 24 she went forth, and said unto her mother
6. 28 and the damsel gave it to her mother
7. 26 would cast forth the devil out of herdaugh.
7. 3o"when she was come to her house, she found
10. 12 if a woman shall put away her husband
12. 44 she of her want did cast, .(even) all her
13. 24 and the moon shall not give her light
13. 28 When her branch is yet tender, and putteth
Luke i. 36 hath also conceived a son in her old age
2. 7 she brought forth her first born son, and
2. 19 Mary kept, .and pondered (them) in her
2. 36 had lived . . seven years from her virginity
2. 51 hismother kept all these sayings in her he.
7. 33 But wisdom is justified of all her children
7. 38, 44 wipe (them) with the hairs of her head
10. 38 woman named Martha received him into h.
12. 53 mother in law against her daughter in law
12. 53 daughter in law against her mother in law
9i. 4 but she of her penury hath cast in all
John 4. 28 The woman then left her water pot, and
11. 2 wiped his feet with her hair, whose brot.
11. 28 called Mary her sister secretly, saying
12. wiped his feet with her hair : and the ho.
Acts 9. 40 she opened her eyes : and when she saw P.
1 6. 1 6 which brought her masters much gain by
Gal. 4. 25 now is, and is in bondage with herchildren
Jas. 5. 18 and the earth brought forth her fruit
Rev. 2. 21 I gave, .to repent of her fornication ; and
6. 13 even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs
12. 14 fly into the wilderness, into her place, w.
12. 1 6 the earth opened her mouth, and swallow.
14. 8 the wine of the wrath of her fornication
17. 4cupinherhandfullof..her fornication
17. 5 And upon her forehead (was) a name wr.
1 8. 7 for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen
19. 2 did corrupt the earth with her fornication
21. 2 prepared as abrideadomed forherhusba.
22. 2 yielded her fruit every month : and the
4. This one, OTOS (ace.) houtos , ravrnv.
Rev. 12. 15 cause her to be carried away of the flood
HER, as for
She, KYT/U.
Eze. 30. 18 as for her, a cloud shall cover her, and her
TTF.R own (self)
\.lle, she, it, avros (gen.) autos.
Luke i. 56 three months, and returned to her own h.
2.0f himself, one s oicn, iavrov heantou.
Acts 7. 21 tookhimup.andnourishedliiinforherown
Matt. 9. 21 ; 13. 37 ; Luke 13. 34 ; i Co. n. 5; i Th. 2 . 7
HERALD
Crier, herald, rtip karoz.
Dan. 3. 4 Then an herald cried aloud, To you it is c.
HERB
I. Shining herb, TTIK orah.
2 Ki. 4. 39 went out into the field to gather herbs
Isa. 26. 19 for thy dew (is as) the dew of herbs, and
2. Shining herb, IIK or.
Isa. 18. 4 like a clear heat upon herbs, (and) like a
3. Grass, tender grass, K& * ileshc.
2 Ki. 19. 26 (as) the green nerb, (as) the grass on the h.
Psa. 37. 2 For they shall . . wither as the green herb
Isa. 37. 27 they were, .(as) the green herb, (as) the
66. 14 and your bones shall flourish like an herb
4. liny, grass, -iTtn chatsir.
Job 8. 12 it withereth before any (other) herb
5. Green herb, p~v yaraq.
Deutn. 10 sowed thy seed, .as a garden of herbs
i Ki. 21. 2 that I may have it for a garden of herbs
Prov. 15. 17 Better (is) a dinner of herbs where love is
6. Herb, ityy eseb.
Gen. i. ii the herb yielding seed, (and) the fruit tree
x. 12 herb yielding seed after his kind, and
i. 29 I have given you every herb bearing seed
1. 30 (I have given) every green herb for meat
2. 5 and every herb of the field before it grew
3. 1 8 and thou shalt eat the herb of the field
9. 3 even as the green herb have I given you
Exod. 9. 22 upon every herb of the field, throughout
9. 25 the hail smote every herb of the field, and
10. 12 eat every herb of the land, (even) all that
10. 15 they did eat every herb of the land, and
10. 15 or in the herbsof the field, through all the
Psa. 104. 14 herb for the service of man : that he may
105. 35 did eat up all the herbs in their land
Prov 27. 25 and herbs of the mountains are gathered
Isa. 42. 15 I will, .dry up all their herbs; and I
Jer. 12. 4 How long shall, .the herbs of every field
7 .Herbage, grass, ^oravrj botan?.
Heb. 6. 7 bringeth forth herbs meet for them by
8. Garden herbs, \tix at">t lachanon.
Matt 13. 32 it is the greatest among herbs, and beco.
Mark 4. 32 becometh greater than all herbs, and sho.
Luke ii. 42 tithe mint and rue, and all manner of he.
Rom. 14. 2 another, who is weak, t-ateth herbs
HERB, tender
Tender gro^s, K(fH deshe.
Deut32. 2 as the small rain upon the tender herb, and
Job 38. 27 and to cause the bud of the tender herb
HERD
\.0xen, herd, cattle, "55 baqar.
Gen. 13. 5 Lot also, .had flocks, and herds, and tents
18. 7 Abraham ran unto the herd, and fetched a
24. 35 lie hath given him flocks, and herds, and
26. 14 Forhehad. .possession of herds, and great
32. 7 he divided . . the flocks, and herds, and the
33. 13 the flocks and herds with young (are) with
45. 10 thy flocks, and thy hen s, and all that thou
46. 32 they have brought, .their herds, and all
47. i their herds, .are come out of the land of
47. 17 for the cattle of the herds, and for the asses
50. 8 their herds, they left in the land of Goshen
Exod. 10. 9 with our flocks and with our herds will
10. 24 let your flocks and your herds be stayed
12. 32 take your flocks and your herds, as ye
12. 38 and flocks and herds, (even) very much
34. 3 neither let . . herds feed before that moun.
Lev i. 2 ye shall bring your offering, .of the herd
i. 3 offering (be) a burnt sacrifice of the herd
3.
i if he offer (it) of the herd ; whether (it be)
27. 32 concerning the tithe of the herd, or of the
Num. 1 1. 22 Shall the flocks and the herds be slain
15. 3 a sweet savour unto the LORD, of the herd
Deut. 8. 13 (when) thy herds and thy flocks multiply
12. 6 ye shall bring, .firstlings of your herds
12. 17 mayest not eat. .firstlings of thy herds
12. 21 thou shalt kill of thy herd and of thy
14. 23 thou shalt eat. .firstlings of thy herds
15. 19 the firstling males that come of thy herd
16. 2 Thou shalt therefore sacrifice, .the herd
1 Sa. ii. 5 Saul came after the herd out of the field
30. 20 David took all the flocks and the herds
2 Sa. i2. 2 The rich (man) had exceeding many. .he.
12. 4 and he spared to take of . .his own herd
1 Ch.27. 29 over the herds, .and over the herds (that
2 Ch. 32. 29 he provided him . . herds in abundance ; for
Isa. 65. 10 the valley of Achor a place for the herds
Jer. 3. 24 For shame hath devoured, .their herds
5. 17 they shall eat up thy flocks and. .herds
31. 12 for the young of the flock and of the herd
Hos. 5. 6 shall go with their flocks and. .herds
Jon. 3. 7 Let neither, .herd nor flock, taste any thing
Hab. 3. 17 and (there shall be) no herd in the stalls
2. Acquisition, possession, njpc miqnch.
Gen. 47. 18 my lord also hath our herds of cattle
Z.Flock, drove, herd, -ny. eder.
Prov. 27. 23 Be thou diligent, .look well to thy herds
Joel 1. 18 the herds of cattle are perplexed, because
4. Herd, drove, ay4\ri arjeU.
Matt. 8. 30 there was a good way off from them an h.
8. 31 suffer us to go away into the herd of swine
8. 32 they went into the [herd of] swine : and
8. 32 the whole herd of swine ran violently down
Mark 5. n there was there .. a great herd of swine
5. 13 the herd ran violently down a steep place
Luke 8. 32 And there was there an herd of many sw.
8. 33 the herd ran violently down a steep place
HERDKAN
\.Herdman, npis boqer.
Amos 7. 14 but I (was)anherdman,andagatherrof
2.Herdman, sheep master, ipnj noqed.
Amos i. i Amos, who was among theherdmenof T.
3. Tofeed, nJTJ rank.
Gen. 13. 7 the herdmen of Abram s. .and the herd.
13. 8 between my herdmen and thy herdmen
26. 20 the herdmen. .did strive with, .herdmen
i Sa. 21. 7 an Kdomite, the chiefest of the herdmen
\.Here, nmi; K EN, icx epho.
Exod33. 16 wherein shall it be known here that I and
2.Here, hither, C^q halom.
Gen. 16. 13 Have I also here looked after him that
Judg 20. 7 ye (arc) all children of Israel ; give her*
HERE 477 HERODIANS
3. Here, hither, njr? henah.
Gen. 21. 23 therefore swear uuto me here by God
4. In this (place), nj3, .119 baz-zrh, /xi-zeh.
Exod?4 14 Tarry ye here for us, until we come again
1 Sa. 21. 9 take (it), .(there is) uo other save that h.
5. Thus, here, now, na koh.
Gen 31 37 set (it) here before my brethren and thy
Num 23. 15 he said unto Balak, Stand here by thy
2 Sa. 18. 30 said (unto him), Turn aside, (and) stand h.
6. Here, KB po.
Job 38. ii and here shall thy proud waves be stayed
7. Here, is po, napoh.
Gen. 19. 12 said unto Lot, Hastthou here any besides?
Isa. 22. 16 hast thou here, and whom hast thou here
22. 16 thou hast hewed thee out a sepulchre h.
8. Here, there, CLVTOV autou.
Matt 26. 36 saith unto the disciples, Sit ye here, while
9. Hither, here, ti>6d8f enthade.
Luke24. 41 he said unto them, Have ye here any in.?
Acts 1 6. 28 Do thyself no harm ; for we are all here
25. 24 both at Jerusalem, and (also) here, crying
lO.Here, 8 hode.
Matt 12. 41 and, behold, a greater than Jonas (is)
he.
12. 42 and, behold, a greater than Solomon (is)h.
14. 8 said, Give me here John Baptist s head
14. 17 they say unto him, We have here but five
16. 28 I say unto you, There be some standing h.
17. 4 to be here : if thou wilt, letus make here
ao. 6 saith . . Why stand ye here all the day idle?
24. 2 There shall not be left here one stone
24. 23 if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here
26. 38 Then saith he unto them . .tarry ye here
28. , 6 He is not here ; for he is risen, as he said
Mark 6. 3 are not his sister here with us ? And they
8. 4 can a man satisfy these . . with bread here
9. i That there be some of them that stand h.
9. 5 Master, it is good for us to be here : and
13. 21 if any man shall say to you, Lo, here (is)
14. 32 and he saith to bis disciples, Sit ye here
14. 34 And saith unto them, .tarry ye here, and
16. 6 he is risen ; he if not here : behold the
Luke 4. 23 whatsoever we have heard . .do also here
9. 12 Send the multitude away . .for we are here
9. 27 of a truth, there be some standing [here]
9. 33 Master.it is good for us to be here: and let
ii. 31 and, behold, a greater than Solomon(is)h.
ii. 32 and, behold, a greater than Jonas (is) here
17. 21 Neither shall they say, Lo here lor, lo there!
17. 23 they shall say to you, See here! or,see there
22. 38 they said, Lord, behold, here (are) two swo.
24. 6 He is not here, but is risen : rememberhow
John 6. 9 There is a lad here, which hath five barley
ii. 21 Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother
ii. 32 Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother
Acts 9.14 And here he hath authority from the chief
Col. 4. 9 They shall make known unto you . .here
Heb. 7. 8 And here men that die receive tithes ; but
13. 14 For here have we no continuing city, but
Jas. 2. 3 Sit thou [here] in a good place., or sit here
Rev. 13. 10 Here is the patience and the faith of the
13. 18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath under.
14. 12 Here is the patience of the saints : [here]
17. 9 And here (is) the mind which hath wisdom
[See Have, present, stand.]
MKK/R to be
1. To be found, n^ rnatsa, 2.
Gen. 19. 15 take, .thy two daughters, which are here
2. To be beside, present, irdp(i/j.i pareimi.
Acts 24. 19 Who ought to have been here before thee
TTFTRF. present, to be
To be beside, present, irdpet/j.t pareimi.
Acts 10. 33 therefore are we all here present before G.
HERE, to be all
To be finished, done, 031* tamam.
i Sa. 16. ii Samuel said unto Jesse, Are here all (thy)
HERE and there, to be
To be sprinkled, plj zaraq.
Hos. 7. Q yea.grcyhairsarehereandthereuponhim
HEREAFTER
1 .Behind, backward, liriK achor.
Isa. 41. 23 Show the things that are to come hereafter
l.Bthind, last, furthest, inx achar.
Eze. 20. 39 serve ye everyone his idols, and hereafter
S.After this, ]~t "i.nx achare den.
Dan. 2. 29 what should come to pass hereafter ; and he
2. 45 what shall come to pass hereafter : and
4. From now, henceforth, air apn ap arti.
Matt 26. 64 Jesus saith. .Hereafter shall ye see the
John i. 52 I say unto you, [Hereafter] ye shall see
5. Yet, still, ilri eti.
Johui4. 3 Hereafter I will not talk much with you
6. No more, yet again, priKfri mSketi.
Markn. 14 No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ever
7. From now, henceforth, airbrov vvv apo tou nun.
Luke22. 69 Hereafter shall the Son of man sit on the
8. After these, fj.tra TO.VTO, meta tauta.
John 13. 7 not now ; but thou shalt know hereafter
Rev. i. 19 and the things which shall be hereafter
4. i show thee things which must be hereafter
912 behold, there come two woes more hereaf.
HEREBY
l./w or by this, rmis be-oth.
Gen. 42. 15 Hereby ye shall be proved : By the life of
2. Out of this, IK TOVTOV ek toutou.
i Jo. 4. 6 Hereby know we the spirit of truth, and
3./n this, iv rovrtf en touto.
i Co. 4. 4 yet am I not hereby justified : but he that
1 Jo. 2. 3 hereby we do know that we know him
2. 5 whoso keepeth his word . . hereby know we
3. 16 Hereby perceive we the love (of God), bee.
3. 19 hereby we know that we are of the truth
3. 24 hereby we know that he abideth in us
4. 2 Hereby kiuiw ye the spirit of God. Every
4. 13 Hereby know we that we dwell in.him, and
HEREIN
I./M or by this, nxi? be-zoth.
Gen. 34. 22 Only herein will the men consent unto us
2.7w this, (v rovT<f en touto.
John 4. 37 herein is that saying true, One soweth,and
9. 30 herein is a marvellous thing, that ye know
15. 8 Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear
Acts 24. 16 herein do I exercise myself, to have always
2 Co. 8. 10 herein I give (my) advice : for this is expe.
i Jo. 4. 10 Herein is love, not that we loved God, but
4. 17 Herein is our love made perfect, that we
HEREOF
1. This, avrri haute.
Matt. 9. 26 fame hereof went abroad into all that land
2.This, OUTOS (ace.) houtos.
Heb. 5. 3 by reason hereof he ought, as for the peo.
HE RES, D"?n heat, sun.
Mount Heres hear Aijalon on the borders of Judah and
Dan, inhabited by Amorites.
Judg. i. 35 the Amorites would dwell in mount H. in
HE -RESH, snn work, silence.
The head of a Levite family and attached to the staff of
the tabernacle. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 9. 15 Bakbakkar, H., and Galal, and Mattan.
HERESY
Choice, opinion, sentiment, aipfffis hairesis.
Acts 24. 14 that after the way which they call heresy
1 Co. 1 1. 19 For there must be also heresies among you
Gal. 5. 20 variance . .wrath, strife, .seditions, heresies
2 Pe. 2. i privily shall bring in damnable heresies
HERETIC, that is an
Opinionative person, heretic, alperiKos hairetikos.
Titus 3. 10 A man that is an heretic after the first and
HERETOFORE
. Yesterday, Viop temol.
Exod. 4. 10 I (am) not eloquent, neither heretofore
5. 7 straw to make brick, as heretofore : let
5. 8 bricks, which they did make heretofore
5. 14 both yesterday and to day, as heretofore?
Josh. 3. 4 ye have not passed (this) way heretofore
Ruth 2. ii people which thou knewest not heretofore
2. Yesterday, third day, tiv^y SiDflN ethmol shilshom.
i Sa. 4. 7 there hath not been such a thing heretofore
HEREUNTO
With a view to this, ei j rovro eis touto.
i Pe. 2. 21 hereunto were ye called ; because Christ
HEREWITH
In, by, or with this, rmi?, r)NJ3 ba-zoth, be-zoth.
Eze. 16. 29 and yet thou wast not satisfied herewith
Mai. 3. 10 prove me now herewith, saith the LORD
HERITAGE
I.Possession, ny"j? yerushshah.
Psa. 61. 5 thou hast given (me) the heritage of those
2.Possession, n^-jin morashah.
Exod. 6. 8 I will give it you for an heritage : I (am)
3.Inheritance, n?ru nachalah.
Job 20. 29 the heritage appointed unto him by God
27. 13 the heritage of oppressors, (which) they
Psa. 94. 5 They break . . and afflict thine heritage
in. 6 that he may give them the heritage of the
127. 3 Lo, children (are) an heritage of the LORD
135. 12 their land (for) an heritage, an heritage
136. 21 And gave their land for an heritage : for
136. 22 an heritage unto Israel his servant : for
Isa. 49. 8 cause to inherit the desolate heritages
54. 17 This (is) the heritage of the servants of the
58. 14 feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy
Jer. 2. 7 and made mine heritage an abomination
3. 19 give thee. .a goodly heritage of the hosts
12. 7 I have left mine heritage ; I have given
12. 8 Mine heritage is unto me as a lion in the
12. 9 Mine heritage (is) unto me (as) a speckled
12. 15 will bring, .every man to his heritage, and
17. 4 shalt discontinue from thine heritage
50. ii O ye destroyers of mine heritage, because
Joel 2. 17 and give not thine heritage to reproach
3. 2 for my people and (for) my heritage Israel
Mic. 2. 2 they oppress . . even a man and his heritage
7. 14 the flock of thine heritage, which dwell
7. 18 transgression of the remnant of his herit.
Mai. i. 3 laid his mountains and his heritage waste
^.Inheritance, r6n; nachalath.
Psa. 16. 6 lines are fallen . .yea, I have a goodly he.
5. Lot, allotment, K\f)pos kleros.
i Pe. 5. 3 Neither as being lords over (God s) herit.
HERITAGE, to take a an
To have, take or give inheritance, Snj nachal.
Psa. 1 19. in testimonies have I taken as an heritage-
HER -MAS, Epfj.as Mercury, interpreter.
A. person to whom Paul sends greeting in his epistle to
the Romans. The name is Greek, as well as the other
four mentioned in the verse.
Kom 16. 14 Salute.. H., Patrobas, Hermes, and the
HER -MES, Ep^.7)s Mercury, interpreter.
A Christian Greek in Rome to whom Paul sends saluta
tion.
Rom 16. 14 Salute .. Hermas, Patrobas, H., and the
HER-MO-GE -NES, "Epfj.oyfvi)s. A person who hud turned away from Paul in his latest
extremities.
2 Ti. i. 1 5 turned away., of whom are Phygel. and H.
HER -MON, pD-in prominent, rugged.
A mountain in the N. eastern border of Palestine, over
against Lebanon, adjoining the table- land of Bashan.
It stands at the southern end, and is the culminating
point of the range of Antilibanus, towering high above
the ancient city of Dan and the sources of the Jordan.
It still retains its name Harmun or Hermun. The
Amorites called it Shenir, and the Zidonians Sirion. In
Deut. 4. 48 it is called Sion, which must not be con
founded with Xion (Zi-yon).
Deut. 3. 8 from the river of Aruon unto mount H.
3. 9 (Which) H. the Sidonians call Sirion, and
4. 48 Aroer. .unto mount Sion, which (is) H.
Josh ii. 3 the Hivite under H. in the land of Mizpeh
11. 17 in the valley of Lebanon, under mount H.
12. i from the river Arnon unto mount H., and
12. 5 reigned in mount H.,and in Salcah, and in
13. 5 from Baal-gad under mount H. unto the
13. ii all mount H., and all Bashaii unto Salcah
i Ch. 5. 23 increased from Bashan. .unto mount H.
Psa. 89. 12 Tabor and H. shall rejoice in thy name
133. 3 As the dew of H. . .that descended upon
Song 4. 8 look, .from the top of Sheuir and H., from
HER-MO-NITES, C ra-|n.
The inhabitants at the N. of Naphtali and Manasseh on
Mount Hermon.
Psa. 42. 61 remember thee from the land . . of the H.
HE -ROD, HpaJSj/j.
1. Son of Antipater, procurator of Judea under Julius
Osesar and king under Augustus, and was designated
Herod the Great. B.C. 47 A.D. 2.
Matt. 2. i Jesus was born . . in the days of H. the king
2. 3 When H. the king had heard . .he was tro.
2. 7 Then H. . .enquired of them diligently \vh.
2.12 warned . . that they should not return to H.
2. 13 H. will seek the young child to destroy
2. 15 And was there until the death of H. : that
2. 16 Then H. . .slew all the children that were
2. 19 when H. was dead, .an angel, .appeareth
2. 22 did reign, .in the room of his father H.,he
Luke i. 5 There was, in the days of H. . . a certain pr.
2. Herod Antipas, son of Herod the Great by Matthace,
a Samaritan, became tetrarch of Galilee and Peraea : but
banished, A.D. 41.
Matti4. i At that time H. the tetrarch heard of
14. 3 H. had laid hold on John, and bound him
14. 6 But when H. s birthday was kept
14. 6 the daughter of Herodias. .pleased H.
Mark 6. 14 king H. heard, .and he said, That John
6. 16 whenH. heard, .he said, It is John, whom
6. 17 H. himself had sent forth and laid hold
6. 18 John had said unto H., It is not lawful for
6. 20 H. feared John, knowing that he was a
6. 21 H., on his birthday, made a supper to his
6. 22 daughterof the said Herodias. .pleased H.
8. 15 Take heed, beware of the leaven, .of H.
Luke 3. i and H. being tetrarch of Galilee, and his
3. 19 H. the tetrarch, being reproved by him for
3. 19 and for all the evils which H. had done
8. 3 JoannathewifeofChuzaH. ssteward.and
9. 7 H. the te trarch heard of all that was done
9. 9 And H. said, John have I beheaded : but
13. 31 Get thee out, and depart hence : forH. will
23. 7 soon as he knew that he belonged unto H. s
23. 7 he sent him to H. , who himself also was
23. 8 when H. saw Jesus, he was exceeding glad
23. n H. with his men of war set him at nought
23. 12 Pilate and H. were made friends together
23. 15 No, nor yet H. : for I sent you to him ; and
Acts 4. 27 both H. . .and the people of Israel, were
13. i Manaen. . had been brought up with H.
3. The grandson of Herod the Great, and the son of Aristobulus
and Berenice. He was Herod Agrippa I. In
A.D. 37 Caligula gave him the governments of the
tetrarchs Philip and Lysanias with other marks of royal
favour. He died, A.D. 44.
Acts 12. i H. the king stretched forth., hands to vex
12. 6 And when H. would have brought him forth
12. ii hath delivered me out of the hand of H.
12. 19 when H. had sought for him. and found h
12. 20 [H.] was highly displeased with them of
12. 21 H., arrayed in royal apparel, sat upon his
23. 35 commanded him to be kept in H. s judg.
HE-RO-DI-ANS, HpuStavol.
A political Jewish party that favoured Greek customs.
Matt22. 16 sent out unto him their discipleswiththeH.
Mark 3. 6 the Pharisees . .took counsel with the H.
i2. 13 they send unto him certain of the . . H., to
HERODIAS 478 HBZEKIAH
HE-RO-DI AS. Hpu-Sia j.
A daughter of Aristobulus, son of Herod the Great. She
was married to her uncle, Philip, but left him for his
brother Herod the tetrarch of Galilee.
Matt 14. 3 and put (him) in prison for H. s sake, his
14. 6 the daughterofH. danced before them, and
Mark 6. 17 hound him in prison for H. s sake, his bro.
6. 19 Therefore H. had a quarrel against him
6. 22 when the daughter of the said H. came in
Luke 3. 19 being reproved by him for H. his brother
HE RO-DI ON. HpuSiaiv.
A Christian of Rome and a kinsman of Paul.
Rom 16. ii Salute [Ii.] my kinsman. Greet them that
HERON
Heron, nsjx nnaphah.
Lev. ii. 19 the heron after her kind, and the lapwing
Deut 14. 1 8 the heron after her kind, and the lapwing
HERSELF
1. Soul, self, breath, r?J ncphesh.
ISA. 5. 14 hell hath enlarged herself, and opened
2. Self, eairrov hcautou.
Matt. 9. 21 said within herself, If I may but touch
Luke i. 24 Elizabeth conceived, and hid herself five
Rev. 2. 20 which calleth herself a prophetess, to te.
1 8. 7 How much she hath glorified [herself] 19.7
3. Spontaneously, avrd/j.aros automates ; Mk. 4. 28.
HE -SED, icn kindness.
The Father of one of Solomon s commissariat officers, in
Aruboth; in Judah B.C. 1015.
i Ki. 4. 10 The son of H., in Aruboth ; to him (perta.J
HESH -BON, jisyn stronghold.
A Levitical city cif Reuben and Gad. It first belonged
to Moab and then to Ammou, and was N. of the lower
part of the Arnon. The ruins of Ilcsb&n, twenty miles
E. of the Jordan on the parallel of the N. end of the
.Dead Sea mark the site.
N"um2i. 25 Israel dwelt in. .H., and inall the villages
21. 26 H. (was) the city of Sihon the king of the
21. 27 Come intoH., let the city of Sihon be built
21. 28 For there is a fire gone out of H., a flame
21. 30 H. is perished even unto Dibon, and we
21. 34 do to him as thou didst unto Sihon.. atH.
32. 3 H., and Elealeh, and Shebam, and Nebo
32. 37 the children of Reuben built H., and Ele.
Deut. i. 4 After he had slain S. . .which dwelt in H.
2. 24 I have given into thine hands., king of H.
2. 26 I sent messengers, .unto Sihon king of H.
2. 30 Sihon king of H. would not let us pass by
3. 2 as thou didst unto S. .which dwelt at H.
3. 6 as we did unto Sihon king of H., utterly
4. 46 in the land of Sihon. .who dwelt at H.
29. 7 Sihon the king of H. . . came out against us
Josh. 9. 10 all that he did to. .Sihon king of H., and
12. 2 S. king of the Amorites, who dwelt in H.
12. 5 Gilead, the border of Sihon king of H.
13. loallthe cities of Sihon. .which reigned in H.
13. 17 H., and all her cities that (are) in the plain
13. 21 kingdom of Sihon . .which reigned in H.
13. 26 from H. unto Ramath-mizpeh, and Beto.
13. 27 rest of the kingdo.a of Sihon king of H.
21. 39 H. with her suburbs, Jazer with her sub.
JUdgn. io sent messengers unto Sihon. .king of H.
ii. 26 While Israel dwelt in H. and her towns
i Ch. 6. Si H. with her suburbs, and Jazer with her
Neh. 9. 22 they possessed . . the land of the king of H.
fiong 7. 4 thine eyes(like)the fishpools in H., by the
Isa. 15. 4 H. shall cry, and Elealeh : their voice shall
1 6. 8 the fields of H. languish . . the vine of Sib.
16. 9 I will water thee with my tears, OH., and
Jer. 48. 2 in H. they have devised evil against it
48. 34 From theory of H. . .unto Elealeh. .unto
48. 45 they that fled stood under the shadow of H.
48. 45 a fire shall come forth out of H., and a fl.
49. 3 Howl, H., for Ai is spoiled : cry, ye da.
HESH -MON, pcyn fruitfulness.
A town in the extreme south of Judah, between Moladah
and Beersheba. It is perhaps the same as Azmon
(Num. 34. 4).
Josh 15. 27 Hazar-gaddah, and H., and Beth-palet
HETH, nn terrible.
A second son of Canaan, ancestor of the Hittites. B.C.
2200.
Gen. io. 15 Canaan begat Sidon his first born, and H
23. 3 Abraham . . spake unto the sons of H . , say.
23. 5 the children of H. answered Abraham, say.
23. 7 Abraham . .bowed . .to the children of H.
23. io Ephron dwelt among the children of H.
23. io in the audience of the children of H.
23. 16 had named in. .audience of the sons of H.
23. 18 in the presence of the children of H. 25.10.
23. 20 made sure unto Abraham, .by. .sons of H.
27. 46 I am weary, .because of. .daughters of H.
27. 46 if Jacob take a wHe of the daughters of Fl.
49. 32 purchase, .(was) from the children of H.
i Ch. 1. 13 Canaan begat Zidon his first born, and H.
EETH -LON, [Sir; lurking place, stronghold. A place in the northern border of the promised land.
The "way of Hethlon" is the pass at the N. end of
Lebanon from the coast of the Mediterranean to the
great plain of iHameth, and is hence identical with the
" entrance of Hameth " (Num. 34. 8, Ac.)
Eze. 47. 15 great sea, the way of H., as men go to Z.
48. i north end to the coast of the way of H.
HEW, tD
1.7*0 cut, hew, carre, :en chatab.
Deut 19. 5 into the wood with his neighbour to hew
2.7*0 hew, dig, 3*n chatseb.
1 Ch.22. 2 and he set masons to hew wrought stone
2 Ch. 2. 2 and fourscore thousand to hew in the
Prov. 9. i she hath hewn out her seven pillars
Isa. 10. 15 against him that heweth therewith
Jer. 2. 13 hewed them out cisterns, broken cisterns
Hos. 6. 5 Therefore have I hewed (them) by the pro.
3. Tfc cut (off or down], rnj karath.
i Ki. 5. 6 they hew me cedar, .can skill to hew ti.
Jer. 6. 6 the LORD of hosts said, Hew ye down tr.
4. To grave, "?C? posed.
Exod34. i the LORD said . . Hew thee two tables of
34. 4 he hewed two tables of stone like unto
Deutio. i the LORD said . . Hew thee two tables of
10. 3 I . . hewed two tables of stone like unto
i Ki. 5. 18 Hiram s builders did hew (them), and
5. To htw (stone), \arofj.(u latomeo.
Matt 27. 60 which he had hewn out in the rock : and
Mark 15. 46 laid him in a sepulchre which was hewn
HEW down, to
1. To cut down, TI? gedad.
Dan. 4. 14 Hew down the tree, and cut off his branc.
4. 23 saying, Hew the tree down, and destroy
2.7V) cut down, off, asunder, jnj gada.
Isa. io. 33 high ones of stature (shall be) hewn down
3. To cut down, jnj gada, 3.
Dent 1 2. 3 ye shall hew down the graven images of
4. To cut (off or down], rnj karath.
Isa. 44. 14 He heweth him down cedars, and taketh
5. 7*0 cut off, fKK6irrta ekkoptO.
Matt. 3. io bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn do.
7. 19 bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn do.
Luke 3. 9 bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn do.
HEW in pieces, to
1. To cut in pieces, nn) nathach, 3.
i Sa. 1 1. 7 a. yoke of oxen, and hewed them in pieces
2. To hew, f\VF shosaph, 3.
i Sa. 15. 33 Samuel hewed Agag in pieces before the L.
HEW out, to
To Jicw, dig, 25fn chatseb.
Isa. 22. 16 hast hewed thee out., that heweth him out
HEWED
I.IIewn work, n ?3 gazith.
1 Ki. 5. 17 they brought great, .hewed stones, to lay
2. Hewn ivork, a^ns machtseb.
2 Ki. 12. 12 to buy timber and hewed stone to repair
ULEWKK
1.7*0 cut, hew, carve, 3on chatab.
Deut 29. 1 1 from the hewer of thy wood unto the dra.
Josh. 9. 21 let them be hewers of wood and drawers
9. 23 hewers of wood and drawers of water for
9. 27 Joshua made them that day hewers of w.
2 Ch. 2. io I will give to thy servants, the hewers that
Jer. 46. 22 and come against her. .as hewers of wood
2.7*0 hew, dig, 3}fn chatseb.
1 Ki. 5. 15 fourscore thousand hewers in the mounta.
2 Ki.i2. 12 And to masons, and hewers of stone, and
1 Ch.22. 15 workmen with thee in abundance, hewers
2 Ch. 2. 18 fourscore thousand (to be) hewers in the
HEWN, to be
l.Tb be hewn, digged, 33?n chatseb, 4.
Isa. 51. i look unto the rock (whence) ye are hewn
2.1fewn work, 23P"? machtseb.
2 Ki.22. 6 to buy timber and hewn stone torepairthe
2 Ch.34. ii to buy hewn stone, and timber for coup.
HEWN in itone
Hewn out of a rock, Ao^eurdj laxeutos.
Luke 23. 53 laid it in a sepulchre that was hewn in st.
HEWN down, to be
7*o wither, be withered, V?p qamal.
Isa. 33. 9 Lebanonisashamed(and)hewndown; Sh.
HEWN or hewed stone
Hewn work, n -n gazith.
Exod2o. 25 thou shalt not build it of hewn stone : for
i Ki. 6. 36 he built the inner court . . of hewed stone
7. 9 according to the measures of hewed stones
7. ii after the measures of hewed stones, and
7. 12 three rows of hewed stones, and a row of
Isa. 9. io but we will build with hewn stones
Lam. 3. 9 He hath inclosed my ways with hewn stone
Eze. 40. 42 the four tables (were) of hewn stone for
Amos 5. ii ye have built houses of hewn stone, but ye
HEZ-E -Kl, pin Jah is strength.
A son of Elpaal, a descendant of Benjamin. B.C. 1400.
1 Ch. 8. 17 Zebadiah,andMeshullarn,andH.,andHe.
HEZ-E KI -AH, n;pin, J.TpJn Jah is strength.
1. Son and successor of Ahaz on the throne of Judah.
B.C. 724-697-
2 Ki.i6. 20 Aha/, slept, .and II. his son reigned in his
18. i H. the son of Ahaz king of Judah becan
1 8. 9 it came to pass in the. .year of king H.
18. io in the sixth year f H. . . Samaria was taken
18. 13 in the fourteenth year of king H. did Sen.
2 Iii.i8. 14 H. king of Judah sent to the king uf Assy.
18. 14 the lungof Assyria appointed unto H. king
18. 15 H. gave., all the silver (that was) found ii.
18. 16 At that time did H. cut off (the gold from)
18. 16 the pillars which H. king of Judah had
18. 17 the king., sent., to king H. with a great
18. 19 Speak ye now to H;, Thus saith the greaf
18. 22 whose high places. .H. hath taken away
18. 29 Thus saith the king, Let not H. deceive
18. 30 Neither let H. make you trust in the LORD
18. 31 Hearken not to H.: for thus saith the king
18. 32 hearken not unto H., when he persuadeth
:8. 37 Then came Kliakim. .and Shebna. .to H.
19. i when king H. heard (it), that he rent his
19. 3 Thus saith H., This day (is)a day of trou.
19. 5 So the servants of king H. came to Isaiah
19. 9 he sent messengers again unto H., saying
19. io Thus shall ye speak to H. king of Judah
19. 14 H. received the letter, .and read it : andH.
19. 15 H. prayed before the LORD, and said, O
19. 20 Then Isaiah the son of Amoz sent to H.
20. i In those days was H. sick unto death : and
20. 3 O LORD, remember. .And H. wept sore
20. 5 Turn again, and tell H. the captain of my
20. 8 H. said unto Isaiah, What, .the sign that
20. io H. answered, It is a light thing for the
20. 12 Ber. . .sent letters and a present unto H.
20. 12 for he had heard that H. had been sick
20. 13 H. hearkened unto them, and showed
20. 13 there was nothing, .that H. showed them
20. 14 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto king H.
20. 14 H. said, They are come from a far country
20. 15 H. answered. All. .that (are) in mine house
20. 16 Isaiah said unto H., Hear the word of the
20. 19 Then said H. unto Isaiah,Good(is)the word
20. 20 the rest of the acts of H.,and all his might
20. 21 H. slept with his fathers : and Manasseh
21. 3 the high places which H. his father had
1 Ch. 3. 13 Ahaz his son, H. his son. Manasueh his
4. 41 written by name came in the days of H.
2 Ch. 28. 27 Ahaz slept, .and H. his son reigiied in his
29. i H. began to reign (when he was) five and
29. 1 8 Then they went in to H. the king, and
29. 20 H. thekingroseearly..andwentuptothe
29. 27 H. commanded to offer the burnt offering
29. 30 H. the king, .commanded the Levites to
29. 31 H. answered and said, Now ye have con.
29. 36 H. rejoiced, and all the people, that God
30. i H. sent to all Israel and Judah, and wrote
30. 18 H. prayed forthem, saying. ThegoodLoRD
30. 20 LORD hearkened to H., and healed the
30. 22 H. spake comfortaoly unto all the Leviteg
30. 24 H. . . did give to the congregation a thousa.
31. 2 And H. appointed the courses of the pri.
31. 8 when H. and the princes came and saw
31. 9 H. questionedwiththepriests.. concerning
31. ii Then H. commanded to prepare chambers
31. 13 overseers., at the commandment of H. the
31. 20 thus did H. throughout all Judali, and
32. 2 when H. saw that Sennacherib was come
32. 8 rested themselves upon the words of H.
32. 9 Sennacherib . . send his sen-ants . . unto H,
32. ii Doth not H. persuade you to give over
32. 12 Hath not the sameH. taken away his high
32. 15 Now therefore let not H. deceive you, nor
32. 16 And his servants spake yet . . against . . H.
32. 17 so shall not the God of H. deliver his pe.
32. 20 H. the king, .prayed and cried to heaven
32. 22 Thus the LORD saved H. and the inhabit
32. 23 many brought, .presents to H. king of J.
32. 24 In those days H. was sick to the death
32. 25 H. rendered not again according to the
32. 26 H. humbled himself for the pride of his K
32. 26 the wrath, .came not. .in the days of H.
32. 27 H. had exceedingmuch riches and honour
32. 30 H. also stopped . . And H. prospered in all
32. 32 Now the rest of the acts of H., and his
32. 33 H. slept with his fathers, and they buried
33. 3 the high places which H. his father had
Prov 25. i whichithe men of H. king of Judah copied
Isa. i. i which he saw concerning. .Ahaz. (and)H.
36. i it came to pass in the. .year of king H.
36. 2 the king of Assyria sent, .unto king H.
36. 4 Say ye now to H., Thus saith the great k.
36. 7 and whose altars H. hath taken away, and
36. 14 Thus saith the king, Let not H. deceive you
36. 15 Neither let H. make you trust in theL<>RD
36. 16 Hearken not to H.; for thus saith the king
36. 18 lest H. persuade you, saying. The LORD
36. 22 Then came Eliakim. .and Shebna. .to H.
37. i it came to pass, when king H. heard (it)
37. 3 Thus saith H., This day (is) a day of tro.
37. 5 So the servants of king H. came to Isaiah
37. 9 when he heard(it),he sent messengers to H.
37. io Thus shall ye speak to H. king of Judah
37. 14 H. received the letter, .and read it: andH. ,
37. 15 And II. prayed unto the LORD, saying
37. 21 Isaiah the son of Amoz sent unto H., say.
38. i In those days was H. sick unto death
38. 2 Then H. turned his face toward the wall
38. 3 Remember. .O LORD, .and H. wept sore
38. 5 Go and say to H., Thus saith the LORD
38. 9 The writing of H. king of Judah. when he
38. 22 H. also had said. What (is) the sign that I
39. i Merodach. .sent letters and a present to H.
39. 2 H. was glad of them, and showed them the
39. 2 there was nothing, .that H. showed them
39. 3 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto king H.
39. 3 H. said, They are come from a far country
39. 4 H. answered. All that (is) in mine house
39. 5 Then said Isaiah to H., Hear the word of
39. Then said H. to Isaiah, Good (is) the word
HEZION 479 HIDE
Jer. 15. 4 because of Manasseh the son of H. king*>f
26. 18 Micah. .prophesied in the days of H. king
26. 19 Did H. . .put him at all to death? did he
Hog. i. i in the days of Uzziah. .(and) II., kings of
Mic. i. i in the days of Jotham. .and H., kings of
2. A son of Neariah, a descendant of the royal family of
Judah. B.C. 460.
i Ch. 3. 23 And. .sons of Neariah; Elioenai, and H.
3. The same name is found in Zephaninh, though it is
there rendered in the Common Version Hizkiah. B.C.
640.
Zeph. i. i Gedaliah. .son of Amariah, the son of H.
4. An exile that returned from Babylon.
Ezra 2. 16 children of Ater of H., ninety and eight
Neh. 7. 21 children of Ater of H., ninety and eight
HEZ -ION, p ln vision.
The grandfather of Benhadad king of Syria in the time
t>f Asa king of Judah. B.C. 970.
i Ki.i5- 18 H., king of Syria, that dwelt at Damascus
HE -ZIR, Tiri returniny home.
1. A priest, leader of the i7th monthly course in the time
of David. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.24. 15 The seventeenth to H., the eighteenth to
2. One of the chiefs that sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 20 Magpiash, Meshullam, H.
HEZ-RAI, "}?r\ bioominy, beautiful [V.L. nsn].
A Carmelite, one of David s thirty heroes.
2 Sa. 23. 35 H. the Carmelite, Paarai the Arbite
HEZ -RO, "Pstn blooming.
Supposed to be the same as the preceding.
i Ch.n. 37 H. the Carmelite, \aaraithe son of Ezbai
HEZ -RON, p^n, i li^n blooming.
1. Son of Pharez and grandson of Judah. B.C. 1650.
Gen. 46. 12 And the sons of Pharez were H. and Ham.
Num26. 6 Of H., the family of the Hezronites : of C.
26. 21 Of H.,the family of the Hezronites : of H.
Ruth 4. 18 generations of Pharez : Pharez begat H.
4. 19 H. begat Ram, and Ram begat Ammin.
i Ch. 2. 5 The sons of Pharez ; H., and Hamul
2. 9 The sons also of H., that were born unto
2. 1 8 Caleb the son of H. begat . . of Azubah (his)
2. 21 H. went in to the daughter of Machir the
2. 24 after that H. was dead in Caleb-ephratah
2. 24 H. s wife, bare him Ashur the father of T.
2.25 sons of Jerahmeel the first born of H. were
4. i Pharez, H., and Carmi, and Hur, and Sho.
2. A son of Reuben, and founder of the family of the
Hezronites. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 9 Hanoch, and Phallu, and H., and Carmi
Exod. 6. 14 Hanoch, and Pallu, H., and Carmi
1 Ch. 5. 3 Hanoch, and Pallu, H., and Carmi
3. A town on the S. border of the territory of the tribe
of Judah (called Hazor in Josh. 15. 25).
Josh 15. 3 passed along to H., and went up to Adar
15. 25 and Kerioth, (an l) H., which (is) Hazor
HEZRONITES, rnjtnn.
A family that sprang from Hezron the son of Reuben.
Nuni26. 6 Of Hezron, the family of the Hezronites
26. 21 of Hezron, the family of the Hezronites
HID, to be
I. To be hidden, N^n chaba, 2.
Josh. 10. 17 five kings are found hid in a cave at Ma.
10. 27 into the cave wherein they had been hid
2 9a. 17. 9 he is hid now in some pit, or in some (other)
Job 5. 21 Thou shalt be hid from the scourge of the
2.7V) be hidden, K^rt chaba, 6.
Isa. 42. 22 they are hid in prison houses : they are for
3. To hide self, n^n chaba, 7.
2 Ki.n. 3 he was with her hid in the house of the
2 Ch.22. 9 they caught him, for he was hid in Sam.
22. 12 he was with them hid in the house of G.
Job 38. 30 The waters are hid as (with) a stone, .and
4. To hide, secrete,]^ taman.
Deut33. 19 shall suck . . (of) treasures hid in the sand
Josh. 7. 21 they (are) hid in the earth in the midst of
7. 22 (it was) hid in his tent, and the silver under
Job 20. 26 All darkness (shall be) hid in his secret
5.7V) be hid, in? kachad, 2.
Psa. 69. 5 O God . . my sins are not hid from thee
139. 15 Mysubstance was not hid from thee. when
Hos. 5. 3 I know Ephraim, and Israel is not hid
6. To be hidden, "ty; sathar, 2.
Gen. 4. 14 From thy face shall I be hid ; and I shall
Job 3. 23 to a man whose way is hid, and whom G.
Psa. 19. 6 there is nothing hid from the heat thereof
38. 9 Lord . .my groaning is not hid frim thee
Isa. 40. 27 My way is hid from.the LORD, an 1 myjud.
65. 1 6 and because they are hid from n ine eyes
Jer. 16. 17 they are not hid from my face, neither is
Hos. 13. 14 repentance shall be hid from mi le eyes Amos 9. 3 though they be hid from my sight in the
Zeph. 2. 3 it may be ye shall be hid in the day of the
7. To hide self, become hidden, in!j sathar, 7.
Isa. 29. 14 and the understanding of . .shall be hid
8. To be hidden, concealed, cVy alam, 2.
Lev. 4. I3 the thing be hid from the eyes of the ass.
5. 3, 4 and it be hid from him ; when he kno.
N um. 5,13 and it be hid from the eyes of her husband
1 Ki. 10. 3 there was not (any) thing hid from the k.
2 Ch. 9. 2 there was nothing hid from Solomon whi.
Job 28. 21 Seeing it is hid from the eyes of all living
Nah. 3. ii tin iu shalt be hid, thou also shalt seek
9. To hide or conceal self, chy alam, 7.
Job 6. 16 reason of the Ice . . wherein the snowis hid
10. To be hidden, laid up, |5y tsaphan, 2.
Jer. 1 6. 17 neither if> their iniquity hid from mine eyes
11. Hidden, pEV [tsaphan], [Ps. 17.4, V.L. j ?y].
Psa. 17. 14 whose belly thou fillest with thy hid
Hos. 13. 12 The iniquity of Ephraim. .his sin (is) hid
12.Hid away, air6Kpv<pos apokruphos.
Luke 8. 17 neither., hid, that shall not be known and
Col. 2. 3 In whom are hid all the treasures of
l$.Hidden, hid, upvirrds kruptos.
Matt 10. 26 there is nothing, .hid, that shall not be
Mark 4. 22 there is nothing hid, which shall not be
Lukei2. 2 that shall not be revealed ; neither hid
14.7(5 be or lie hid, \a.vQa.v<a lanthand.
Mark 7. 24 have no man know (it), .he could not be hid
Luke 8. 47 thewomansawthatshewasnothid.shec.
Acts 26. 26 none of these things are hidden from him
[See Treasure.]
HID, (thing that is)
Secret or hidden thing, n^yp taalummah.
Job 28. ii (the thing that is)b.idbringeth he forth tol.
HTD -DAI, "?n mighty, chief.
One of David s thirty valiant men, and dwelt in the hill of
Gaash B.C. 1048. In i Ch. n. 32 he is called Uurai.
2 Sa. 23. 30 Benaiah the Pirathonite, H. of the brooks?
HED-DE -KEL, Si?? rapid.
The ancient name of the Tigris and the river of Eden
which flowed eastward to Assyria. Digla or Diglath,
has been a name of the Tigris in all ages. The prefix
hi or hai "lively" is used of running water, Gen. 26. 19.
The name now in use in Mesopotamia is Dijleh. But
Digla is a Semitic corruption of Tigra, which is the
true name of the river, and means in Medo-persic "an
arrow." In the inscriptions of Assyria, however, the
name is Tiggar. See TIGRIS.
Gen. 2. 14 the name of the third river (is) H.: that
Dan. 10. 4 I was by the side of the great river. . H.
HIDDEN
1. To hide, secrete,]^ taman.
Job 3. 16 Or as an hidden untimely birth I had not
2. To stop, hide, cnij satham.
Psa. 51. 6 inthehidden(part)thoushaltmakemeto
3. To be wonderful, vh$ pala, 2,
Deut3o. ii this commandment, .(is) not hidden from
4.Hid, hidden, Kpvirrds kruptos.
i Pe. 3. 4 the hidden man of the heart, in that wh.
5. To hide away, awoKpinrrcis apokrupto.
i Co. 2. 7 we speak the wisdom of God . . the hidden
HIDDEN, to be
1.7V) be searched out, hidden, t?cn chaphas, 4.
Prov. ?8. 12 but when the wicked rise, amanis hidden
2. To be hidden, concealed, oby alam, 2.
Lev. 5. 2 (if) it be hidden from him ; he also shall be
3. To be laid up, hidden, \*af tsaphan, 2.
Job 15. 20 the number of years is hidden to theopp.
24. i Why, seeing times are not hidden from the
HIDDEN one
To lay up, hide, ]sy tsaphan.
Psa. 83. 3 They, .consulted against thy hidden ones
HIDDEN thing
I. Laid up or hidden things, D JBVD matspunim.
Obad. 6 (how) are his hidden things sought up !
2. To keep, reserve, } natsar.
Isa. 48. 6 I have showed thee. .even hidden things
3. Hid, hidden thing, Kpvirrov krupton.
1 Co. 4. 5 both will bring to light the hidden things of
2 Co. 4. 2 have renounced the hidden things of dis.
HIDE
Skin, ~i*y or.
Lev. 8. 17 the bullock, and his hide, his flesh, and
9. ii the flesh and the hide he burnt with fire
HIDE, to
1.7*0 hide, N^n chaba, 5.
Josh. 6. 17, 25 because she hid the messengers that we
1 Ki.iS. 4 Obadiah took, .and hid them by fifty in a
18. 13 I hid an hundred men of the LORD S proph.
2 Ki. 6. 29 that we may eat him ; and she hath hid her
Isa. 49. 2 in the shadow ofhis hand hath he hidme
2.7*0 darken, keep back, withhold, ~yn chashak, 5.
Psa. 1 39. 12 darkness hideth not from thee; but the ni.
3. To hide, lay up, ;?> tsaphan.
Psa. 27. 5 For in the time of trouble he shall hide me
4. To be hidden, JC$ taman, 2.
Isa. 2.10 hide thee in the dust, for fear of the L.
5.7V) hide, secrete,}^ taman.
Gen. 35. 4 Jacob hid them under the oak which (was)
Exod. 2. 12 slew the Egyptian, and hid him in the sand
Josh. 2. 6 hid them with the stalks of flax, which she
Job 31. 33 by hiding mine iniquity in my bosom
40. 13 Hide them in the dust together., bind their
Jer. 13.
13.
13.
13.
Psa. 9. 15 in the net which they hid is their own foot
35. 7 without cause have they hid fur me their
35. 8 let his net that he hath hid catch himself
140. 5 The proud have hid a snare for me, and
Prov.19. 24 A slothful (man) hideth his hand in (his)
15 The slothful hideth his hand in (his) bosom
4 go to Euphrates, and hide it there in ahole
5 I went,and hid it by Euphrates, as the LoRt
6 which I commanded thee to hide there
7 girdle from the place where I had hid it
18. 22 they have digged a pit to take me, and hid
43. 9 Take great stones in thine hand, and hide
43. 10 will set., upon these stones that I have hid
6.7*0 hide, secrete,^ taman, 5.
2 Ki. 7. 8 and went and hid (it), .and went and hid
7. To cut of, hide, in? kachad, 3.
Gen. 47. 18 We will not hide (it) from my lord, how
Josh. 7. 19 tell me now what thou hast done ; hide (it)
1 Sa. 3. 17 hide it not from me .. if thpuhide(any)thi.
3. 18 Samuel told him every whit, and hid noth.
2 Sa. 14. 18 Hide not from me, I pray thee, the thing
Job 15. 18 wise men have told, .and have nothid(it)
Psa. 78. 4 Wewillnothide(them)fromtheirchildren
Isa. 3. 9 they declare theirsinas Sodom, theyhide
Jer. 38. 14 I will ask thee a thing; hide nothing from
38. 25 hide it not from us, and we will not put
8. 7*o cut off, hide, nn$ kachad, 5.
Job 20. 12 sweet, .(though)hehide it under his tong.
9.7V) cover, conceal, .199 kasah, 3.
Gen. 18. 17 Shall I hidefromAbraham that thingwhich
Job 33. 17 That he may. .hide pride from man
Psa. 32. 5 mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will
40. 10 I have not hid thy righteousness within my
143. 9 Deliver me. .1 flee unto thee to hide me
Prov.io. 18 He that hideth hatred (with) lying lips
10.7*0 hide, in? sathar, 3.
Isa. 16. 3 hide the outcasts ; bewray not him that
11. 7*o hide, trio sathar, 5.
Exod. 3. 6 Moses hid his face ; for he was afraid to
Deutsi. 17 I will hide my face from them, and they
31. 18 I will surely hide my face in that day for
32. 20 I will hide my face from them, I will see
1 Sa. 20. 2 why shonld my fatherhide this thing from
2 Ki. n. 2 they hid him, (even) him and his nurse, !n
2 Ch.22. ii So Jehoshabeath. .hid him from Athaliah
Job 3. 10 it shut not up the doors, .nor hid sorrow
13. 24 Wherefore hidest thou thy face, and hoi.
34. 29 and when he hideth (his) face, who then
Psa. 10. 1 1 God hath forgotten : he hideth his face
13. i how long wilt thou hide thy face from me ?
--,. 8 hide me under the shadow of thy wings
22. 24 neither hath he hid his face from him ; but
27. 5 in. .his tabernacle shall he hide me ; he
27. 9 Hide not thy face (far) from me ; put not
30. 7 thou didst hide thy face, (and) I was trou.
31. 20 Thou shalt hide them in the secret of thy
44. 24 Wherefore hidest thou thy face . . forgett.
51. 9 Hide thy face from my sins, and blot out
64. 2 Hide me from the secret counsel of the w.
69. 17 hide not thy face from thy servant ; for I
88. 14 LORD, .(why) hidest thou thy face from
102. 2 Hide not thy face from me in the day
104. 29 Thou hidest thy face, they are troubled
119. 19 hide not thy commandments from me
143. 7 hide not thy face from me, lest I be like
Isa. 8. 17 I will wait upon the LORD, that hideth
29. 15 Woe unto them that seek deep to hide
49. 2 a polished shaft ; in his quiver hath he h.
50. 6 I hid not myface from shame and spitting
53. 3 we hid as it were our faces from him ; he
54. 8 In a little wrath I hid my face from thee
57. 17 I hid me and was wroth, and he went on
59. 2 your sins have hid (his) face from you, that
64. 7 thou hast hid thy face from us, and hast
Jer. 33. 5 for all. .1 have hid my face from this city
36. 26 to take Baruch. .but the LORD hid them
Eze. 39. 23 therefore hid I my face from them, and
39. 24 have I done unto them, aud hid my face
39. 29 Neither will I hide my face any more from
Mic. 3. 4 he will even hide his face from them at
12.7*0 hide, oSy alam, 5.
Lev. 20. 4 if the people of the land do any ways hide
2 Ki. 4. 27 the LORD hath hid (it) from me, and hath
Job 42. 3 Who (is) he that hideth counsel without
Psa. 10. i (why) hidest thou (thyself) in times of tr. ?
Prov. 28.27 he that hideth his eyes shall have many
Isa. 1.15! will hide mine eyes from you ; yea, when
Lam. 3. 56 hide not thine ear at my breathing, at my
Eze. 22. 26 and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths
13.7*0 conceal, Ejy amam.
Eze. 28. 3 there is no secret that they can hide from
31. 8 cedars in the garden of God could not hide
14.7*0 hide, lay up, conceal, ;sy tsaphan.
Exod. 2. 2 she saw. .he (was) a goodly (child), she hid
Josh. 2. 4 the woman took the two men, and hid them
Job 10. 13 these (things) hast thou hid in thine heart
17. 4 For thou hast hid their heart from under.
Psa. 1 19. ii Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that
Prov. 2. i if thou wilt receive my words, and hide
27. 16 Whosoever hideth her hideth the wind
15. To hide, ;5V tsaphan, 5.
Exod. 2. 3 when she could not longer hide him, she
Job 14. 13 O that thou wouldest hide me \n the grave
16.7V) cause to flee, remove hastily, ro: mis. 5.
Judg. 6. ii Gideon threshed wheat. . to hide (it) from
HIDE 480 HIGH
17. To hide away, iiroKpvirrta apnkrupto.
-Matt n. 25 [thou hast hid] these things from the w.
25. 18 he that had receivedwne. .[hid] his lord s
Lukeio. 21 thou hast hid these things from the wise
Kph. 3. 9 which from the beginning., hath beenbid
Col. i. 26 the mystery which hath been hid from
IS.To cover, hide, Ka\virr(a kaluptt.
2 Co. 4. 3 if our gospelbe hid, it is hid tutht-ni that
Jas. 5. 20 he which couverteth the sinner, .shall h.
19.ro hide, KpvitTia krupt j.
Matt. 5. 14 A city that is set on an hill cannot be h.
1 3. 44 like unto treasure hid . . which . . he hideth
25. 25 I was afraid, and went and hid thy talent
LukeiS. 34 this saying was hid from them, neither
19. 42 known., but now they are hid from thine
Col. 3. 3 and your life is hid with Christ in God
x Ti. 5. 25 and they that are otherwise cannot be hid
Heb. ii. 23 Moses, when he waa born, was hid three
Rev. 2. 17 To him. .will I give, .the hidden manna
6. 15 the kings of the earth . .hid themselves in
6. 16 Fall on us, and hide us from the face of
20.7*0 Cucer beyond, irapa.na.\vTrr<i> parakahqit i.
Luke 9. 45 it was hid from them, that they perceived
2I.Tohidc around, irtpiKpinrrca pel ikrupto.
I.uke i. 24 Elisabeth conceived, and hid herself five
HTT)E in, to
To hide in, tyKpyirTU eifkruptS.
Matt 13. 33 which a woman took and [hid] in three
Lukei3. 21 which a woman took and [hid] in three
[See Flee.]
HIDE self, to
1.7*0 be hidden, ?n chaba, 2.
Gen. 3. 10 he said. .1 was afraid, .and I hid myself
Josh. 10. 16 hid themselves in a cave at Makkedah
Judg. 9. 5 yet Jotham. .was left ; for he hid himself
1 Sa. 10. 22 he hath hid himself among the stutf
19. 2 abide in a secret (place), and hide thyself
2 Ch.iS. 24 when thou shalt go. .to hide thyself
Job 29. S young men saw me, and hid themselves
Dan. 10. 7 so that they fled to hide themselves
Amos 9. 3 they hide themselves in the top of Carmel
2.7*0 be hidden, N^n chaba, 4.
Job 24. 4 the poor of the earth hide themselves to.
3. To hide self, K?n chaba, 7.
Gen. 3. 8 Adam and his wife hid themselves from
i Sa. 13. 6 the people did hide themselves in caves
14. ii the holes where they had hid themselves
14. 22 men of Israel which had hid themselves
23. 23 lurking places where he hideth himself
i Ch.2i. 20 his four sons with him hid themselves
4.7*0 hide, n-n cfiabah.
Isa. 26. 20 hide thyself as it were for a little moment
5.7o be hidden, n^ri chabah, 2.
Josh. 2. 16 hide yourselves there three days, until
1 Ki. 22. 25 when thou shalt go. .to hide thyself
2 Ki. 7. 12 gone out of the camp to hide themselves
Jer. 49. 10 he shall not be able to hide himself : his
6. As No. 7.
Prov 22. 3 foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself
7. To be hidden, TJ?? sathar, 2.
Deut. 7. 20 hide themselves from thee, be destroyed
i Sa. 20. 5 that I may hide myself in the field unto
20. 19 the place where thou didst hide thyself
20. 24 David hid himself in the field : and when
i Ki. 17. 3 hide thyself by the brook Cherith, that
Job 13. 20 then will I not hide myself from thee
34. 22 workers of iniquity may hide themselves
Psa. 55. 12 then I would have hid myself from him
89. 46 wilt thou hide thyself for ever? shall thy
Prov 27. 12 foreseeth the evil, (and) hideth himself
28. 28 When the wicked rise, men hide thems.
Isa. 28. 15 under falsehood have we hid ourselves
Jer. 23. 24 Can any hide himself in secret places
Amos 9. 3 they hide themselves in the top of Carmel
8.7*0 hide self, inj sathar, 7.
i SSL. 23. ig Doth not David hide himself with us in
26. i Doth not David hide himself in the hill
Psa. 54. title. Doth not .David hide himself with us? -
Isa. 45. 15 Verily thou (art) a God thathidest thyself
9. To cover, wrap up, n^y ataph.
Job 23. 9 he hideth himself on the right hand, that
10.7*0 hide self, ofy alam, 7.
Deut=2. i, 4 and hide thyself from them : thou shalt
22. 3 do likewise : thou mayest not hide thyself
Psa. 55. i hide not thyself from my application
Isa. 58. 7 that thou hide not thyself from thine own
11.7*0 hide, [5> tsaphan, 5.
Psa. 56. 6 they hide themselves, they mark my steps
12. To hide, Kpvirria krupto.
John 8. 59 Jesus hid h imself, and went out of the tern .
12. 36 departed, and did hide himself from them
HIDING
Hiding, jvan chebyon.
Hab. 3. 4 and there (was) the hiding of his power
HIDING place
I.Hiding place, K3TC machabe.
Isa. 32. _* a man shall be as an hiding place from the
t f or secret place, trip sether.
Psa. 32. 7 Thou (art) my hiding place; thou shalt pre
119. 114 Thou (art) myhidingplaceandmyshield
Isa. 28. 17 the waters shall overflow the hiding place
HI -EL, "JK n God is living.
A native of Bethel who rebuilt Jericno in the reign of
Ahab, B.C. 918, and in whom was fulfilled the curse
pronounced by Joshua (6. 26).
1 Ki.io. 34 In his days did H. the Beth-elite build
HI-E-RA POLIS, l(pdiro\if priestly city.
A city of 1 hrygia 20 miles W. of Colosse and 6 N. of
Laodicea which are all in the basin of the Mwander.
It is now called J tiinbuk-Kalessi.
Col. 4. 13 that he hath a great zeal for. . them in H.
HIG-GA -ION, j Vjf!.
This word occurs three times iu the book of Psalms ;
and from the multiplicity of interpretations suggested, it
would seem to have two meanings one of a general
character implying "thought,"
"
reflection ;" and another
in Ps. 9. 17 and 92. 4 of a special technical nature,
bearing the import of musical sounds or signs well
known in the age of David, but whose import cannot
now easily be determined.
Psa. 9. 16 snared in the work of his own hands. H. S.
HIGH (things)
1.A man, C* x ish.
Psa. 49. 2 Bothlowand high, richandpoor, together
^.Length, Tpk orek.
2 Ch. 3. 15 two pillars of thirty and five cubits high
3. High, lofty, a^j gabah.
Psa.ioi. 5 him that hath an high look and a proud
Eze. 31. 3 the Assyrian (was), .of an high stature
4.Height, loftiness, aj-i gobah.
Job ii. 8 (It is) as high as heaven, what canst thou
Eze. i. 18 they were so high that they were dreadful
40. 42 a cubit and a half broad, and one cubit h.
5. High, haughty, ?i3, aus gaboah.
Gen. 7. 19 all the high hills that (were) under the
Deut. 3. 5 All these cities (were) fenced with high
28. 52 until thy high and fenced walls come down
1 Ki. 14. 23 on every high hill, and under every green
2 Ki.i7. 10 images and groves in every high hill, and
Ksth. 5. 14 a gallows be made of fifty cubits high, and
7. 9 the gallows, flftycubits high, which Hainan
Job 41. 34 He beholdeth all high (things): he (is) a
Psa. 104. 18 The high hills (are) a refuge for the wild
Eccl. 12. 5 they shall be afraid of (that which is) high
Isa. 2. 15 upon every high tower, and upon every
30. 25 there shall be upon every high mountain
40. 9 get thee up into the high mountain
Jer. 2. 20 upon every high hill and under every
j. 6 she is gone up upon every high mountain
17. 2 by the green trees upon the high hills
51. 58 her high gates shall be burnt with fire
Eze. 17. 22 will plant (it) upon an high mountain and
17. 24 have brought down the high tree, have
21. 26 Thus saith the Lord. . abase (him that is)h.
40. 2 set me upon a very high mountain, by
41. 22 The altar of wood (was) three cubits higJi
Dan. 8. 3 and the (two) horns (were) high ; but 01; j
Zeph, i. 16 fenced cities, and against the high towers
6. Heights, summits, O JJ?? gabnunnim.
Psa. 68. 15 an high hill, (as) the .hill of Bashan
68. 16 Why leap ye, ye high lulls? (this is) the
7. Great, Vnj gadol.
Gen. 29. 7 Lo, (it is) yet high day, neither (is it) time
Lev. 21. 10 the high priest among his brethren, upon
Num 35. 25 in it unto the death of the high priest
35. 28 high priest, .death of the high priest
Josh 20. 6 until the^death of the high priest that shall
2 Ki.i2. 10 king s scribe and the high priest came up
22. 4 Go up to Hilkiah the high priest, that he
22. 8 Hilkiah the high priest said unto Shaphan
23. 4 king commanded Hilkiah the high priest
2 Ch-34. 9 when they came to Hilkiah the high priest
Neh. 3. i Eliashib the high priest rose up, with
3. 20 of the house of Eliashib the high priest
13. 28 Joiada, the son of Eliashib the high priest
Hag. i. i, 12, 14 Joshua.. son of Josedech the high
2. 2, 4 Joshua the son of Josedech, the high p.
Zech. 3. i And he showed me Joshua the high priest
3. 8 Hear now, O Joshua the high priest, thou
6. n Joshua the son of Josedech, the high pri.
8. High place, or person, on:p marom.
Psa. 71. 19 Thy righteousness also, O God, (is) very h.
92. 8 But thou, LORD, (art most) high for ever
Isa. 57. 15 I dwell iu the high and holy (place), with
Jer. 17. 12 A glorious high throne from the beginning
Eze. 34. 14 upon the high mountains of Israel shall
Obad 3 whose habitation (is) high ; that saith in h.
Mic. 6. 6 bow myself before the high God ? shall I
9 . 7*o be lifted up, *?) nasa, 2.
Isa. 30. 25 there shall be. .upon every high hill, rivers
57. 7 Upon a lofty and high mountain has! thou
10. Most high, "^y illai.
Dan. 4. 2 signs and wonders that the high God hath
11. High, uppermost, most high, ]vVj{ elyon.
Deut26. 19 to make thee high above all nations which
1 Ki. 9. 8 at this house, (which) is high, every one
2 Ch. 7. 21 this house, which ishigh, shall be an asto.
23. 20 they came through the high gate into the
27. 3 He built the high gate of the house of the
Neh. 3. 25 which lieth out from the king s high house
Psa. 78. 35 they remembered . . the high God their re.
97. 9 thou, LORD, (art) high above all the earth
Jer. 20. a put him in the stocks . . in the high gate of
12. Height, stature, n^ip qomah.
1 Ki. 6. 10 he built chambers, .five cubits high : and
6. 23 he made two cherubim, .ten cubits high
7. 15 he cast two pillars, .eighteen cubits hih
7. 35 a round compass of half a cubit high : ;i:nl
2 Ch. 6. 13 a brasen scaffold .. three cubits high, and
13.7*0 be high, en rum.
Exodi4. S children of Israel wentout with an high h
Num 33. 3 children of Israel went out with anhighh.
Deut,i2. 2 nations which, .served, upon the high in.
Job 21. 22 seeing he judgeth those that are high
38. 15 the wicked . . the high arm shall be brokea
Psa. 18. 27 For thou wilt, .bring down high looks
78. 69 he built his sanctuary like high (palaces)
113. 4 The LORD(is) high above all nations, (and)
138. 6 Though the LOKD (be) high, yet hath he
Isa. 2. 13 all the cedars of Lebanon, (that are) high
2. 14 upon all the high mountains, and upon all
6. i the LORD sitting upon a throne, high and
57. 15 thus saith the high and lofty One that
Eze. 6. 13 round about their altars, upon every high
17. 22 I will also take, .of the high cedar, and
20. 28 they saw every high hill, and all the thick
34. 6 Mysheep wandered . . upon every high lull
1 4. Exaltation, QJjn romam.
Psa. 149. 6 (Let) the high (praises) of God (be) in their
15. 7*o be high, set on high, ify sagab, 2.
ProviS. ii The rich man s wealth (is), .as an high wall
Isa. 30. 13 swelling out in a high wall, whose breaking
16.7*0 be high, ngy shaphah, 2.
Isa. 13. 2 Lift ye up a banner upon the high moun.
17. Height, on high, en rum.
Prov 21. 4 An high look, and a proud heart, (and) the
Isa. 10. 12 I will punish, .the glory of his high looks
j
IS. Up, above, high, avw ano.
Phil. 3. 14 the prize of the high calling of God in C. J.
I
19. Great, /xtyas megas.
Johnig. 31 for that sabbath day was an high day
Heb. 10. 21 And. .an high priest over the house of God
20. High, v^r/\6s hupselos.
Matt. 4. 8 devil taketh him up into an exceeding high
17. i bringeth them up into an high mountain
Mark 9. 2 leadeth them up into an high mountain
Luke 4. 5 [devil, taking him up into an hi(jh mouu.)
Acts 13. 17 with an high arm brought he them out of
Rom 12. 16 Mind not high things, but condescend to
Heb. 7. 26 such an high priest became us, (who is)
Rev. 21. 10 he carried me. .to a great and high mou.
21. 12 had a wall great and high .had twelve g.
[See also Captain, exalt, fort, heaps, minded, most,
sounding, tower.]
HIGH, to be
1. To be high, lofty, njj gabah.
Psa. 103. 1 1 For as the heaven is-high above the earth
Isa. 52. 13 be exalted and extolled, and be very high
2.7*0 be high, exalted, en rum.
Deut 32. 27 lest they should say. Our hand (is) high
Job 22. 12 the height of the stars, how high they are !
Psa. 89. 13 strong is thy hand . .high is thy right hand
99. 2 The LORD, .he (is) high above all people
3. To be high, set on high, liy sagab, "2.
Psa. 139. 6 knowledge, .it is high, I cannot (attain)
HIGH degree
1.A man, r K ish.
Psa. 62. 9 Surely, .men of high degree (are) a lie : to
2. Going up, ascent, step, n^y? maalah.
1 Ch.i7. 17 according to the estate of a man of high d.
HIGH, to lift up on
To lift up, exalt, en rum, 3a.
2 Sa. 22. 49 thou also hast lifted me up on high above
HIGH, to make
1. 7*o make high, go up high, a;3 gabah, 5.
: Jer. 49. 1 6 though thou. .make thy nest as high as
2. 7*o exalt, lift up, en rum, 5.
Job 39. 27 Doth the eagle . . make her nest on high ?
HIGH, most
I. High place or person, Cn2 marom.
Psa. 56. 2 many . . fight against me, O thou most high?
2. Most high, above, hy, hy al-
Hos. 7. 16 They return, (but) not to the most high
ii. 7 though they called them to the most high
3.^fost high, "^y illai.
Dan. 3. 26 ye servants of the most high God, come
4. 17 the living may know that the most high
4. 24 this (is) the decree of the most high, wh.
4. 25,32 thou know that the most high ruleth in
4. 34 I blessed the most high, and I praised
5. 18 O thou king, the most high God gave Ne.
5. 21 till he knew that the most high God ruled
7. 25 against the most high, .of the most high
4. High, upjtermost, most high, p ^jj elyon.
Gen. 14. 18 he (was) the priest of the most high God
14. 19 Blessed (be) Abram of the most high God
14. 20 blessed be the most high God, which hath
14. 22 I have lift up mine hand unto, most hinh
Xuni24. 16 and knew the knowledge of the most high
Deut 32. 8 When the most high divided to the nations
2 Sa. 22. 14 and the most high uttered his voice
Psa. 7. 17 will sing praise to. .the LORD most high
HIGH 481 HIGHER
isa. i,. 2 sing praise to thy name, o thou most high
21. 7 through the mercy of the most high hi-
40. 4 (place) of the tabernacles of the most high
47. 2 For the I.RD most high (is) terrible ; (he
50. 14 and pay thy vows unto the most high
57. 2 I will cry unto God most high ; unto God
73. ii and is tliere knowledge in the most high?
77. 10 years of the right hand of the most high
78. 17 by provoking the most lii . h in the wilder.
78. 56 tempted and provoked the most high God
82. 6 all of you (are) the children of the most h.
83. 18 thou. .(art)the most high over all the.eai-th
91. i in the secret place of the most high shall
91. 9 thou hast made . .(even)the most high, thy
92. i sing praises unto thy name, o most hi^h
107. ii contemned the counsel of the most high
^sa. 14. 14 clouds : I will be like the most high
Lam. 3. 35 turn aside . . before the face of the most h.
3. 38 Out of the mouth of the most high proce.
&.Hi:jh, uppermost, most high, jv
1
?^ elyon.
Dun. 7. 18 the saints of the most high shall take
7. 22 was given to the saints of the most high
7. 25 speak (great) words against the most high
7. 27 the people of the saints of the most high
Q.Highest, most high, V^KTTOS hupsistos.
Mark 5. 7 Jesus, (thou) Son of the most high God ?
Luke 8. 28 Jesus, (thou) Son of God most high ? I
Acts 7. 48 Howbeit the most high dwelleth not in t.
16. 17 These men are the servants of the most h.
Hel>. 7. i priest of the most high God, who met A.
HIGH, on
l.A/xn-e, upu. ard, ^y~^, "vi"? ??, IPW, i
1? [M/].
Exod25. 20 shall stretch forth (their) wings on high
37. 9 cherubim spread out (their) wings on high
39. 31 to fasten (it) on high upon the mitre ; as
1 011.14. 2 f r hig kingdom was lifted up on high
2 Ch.2o. 19 to praise, .with a loud voice on high
34. 4 the images, that (were) on high above them
2.Hiyh place or person, on hiyh, ens marom.
2 Ki.ig. 22 lifted up thine eyes on high? (even) against
Job 5. ii To set upon high those that be low ; that
16. 19 now, behold . . my record (is) on high
31. 2 inheritance of the Almighty from on high
39. i3 What time she lifteth up herself on high
Psa. 7. 7 for their sakes.. return thou on high
68. 18 Thou hast ascended on high, thou hast
75. 5 Lift not up your horn on high : speak
93. 4 The LORD on high (is) mightier than the
Isa. 22. 16 heweth him out a sepulchre on high
24. 1 8 the windows from on high are open, and
24. 21 shall punish the host, .(that are) on high
26. 5 bringeth down them that dwell on high
32. 15 spirit be poured upon us from on high
33. 5 is exalted ; for he dwelleth on high : he
33. 16 He shall dwell on high ; his place of defe.
37. 23 lifted up thineeyesonhigh? (even)against
40. 26 Lift up your eyes on high, and behold
58. 4 to make your voice to be heard on high
Jer. 25. 30 The LORD shall roar from on high, and
Hat). 2. 9 that he may set his nest on high, that he
3. A hove, h]l al.
2 Sa. 23. i the man (who was) raised up on high, the
4. High, uppermost, most high, ji Sj? elyon.
Deut 28. i the LORD thy God will set thee on high
5. Head, top, E NT ro.ih.
1 Ki. 21. 9, 12 set Xaboth on high among the people
6. On. high, on rom.
Hah. 3 10 the deep, .lifted up his hands on high
7. To lift up, exalt, en rum, Sa.
2 Sa. 22. 49 thou also hast lifted me up on high above
8. On high, Iv v^rj\o7s en hupselois.
Heb. i. 3 on the right hand of the majesty on high
9. Height, (ets) inj/os (eis) hupsos.
Luke i. 78 the day spring from on high hath visited
24. 49 until ye be enduedwith power from on high
Eph. 4. 8 When he ascended upon high, he led cap.
HIGH, to dwell on
To i/o high to dwell, rn?V ajj f> Wi (5) yashab}.
Psa.ii3. 5 Who(is) like . .our God, who dwelleth on h.
HIGH ones
1. IHijh place or person, cns marom.
Isa. 24. 21 LORD shall punish the host of the high o.
2.7*0 be hiyh, exalted, tall, en rum.
Isa. 10. 33 the high ones of stature (shall be) hewn
HIGH place
I.High place, height, nsj bamah.
Lev. 26. 30 I will destroy your high places, and cut
Num.2i. 28 (and)the lords of the high places of Arnon
22. 41 brought him up into the high places of B.
33. 52 and ((uite pluck down all their high places
Deut 32. 13 He made him ride on the high places of
33. 29 thou shalt tread upon their high places
1 Sa. 3. 12 for. .a sacrifice . .to. day in the high place
9. ;3 before he go up to the high place to eat
9. 14 Samuel came . . to go up to the high place
9. 19 go up before me unto the high place ; for
9. 25 when they were come down from the h. p.
10. 5 prophets coming down from the high place
10. 13 had made an end . . he came to the high p.
2 Sa. 1.19 beauty of Israel is slain upon thy high pi.
i. 25 O Jonathan, .slain in thine high places
22. 34 He. .setteth me upon my high places
i Ki. 3. 2 Only the people sacrificed in high places
1 Ki. 3. 3 he sacrificed and burnt incense in high pi.
3. 4 Gibeon. .for that (was) the great hL h i.]
11. 7 Then did Solomon build an high place for
12. 31 he made an house of high places, and
12. 32 he placed in B. the priests of the high pi.
13. 2 shall he offer the priests of the high places
13. 32 against all the houses of the high places
13. 33 priests of the high places, .of the high pi.
14. 23 they also built them high places, and
15. 14 But the high places were not removed
22. 43 the high places, .yet in the high places
2 Ki. 12. 3 But the high places, .in the high places
14. 4 high places, .incense on the high places
15. 4 high places, .still on the high places
15. 35 high places, .still in the high places
16. 4 and burnt incense in the high places, and
17. 9 built them high places in all their cities
17. ii they burnt incense in all the high places
17. 29 put (them) in the houses of the high pla.
17. 32 of the high places, .houses of the high p.
1 8. 4 He removed the high places, and brake
18. 22 he whose high places and whose altars H.
21. 3 he built up again the high places which
23. 5 to bum incense in the high places in the
23. 8 high >laces. .brake down the high places
23. 9 priests of the high places came not up to
23. 13 the high places that (were) before Jerusa.
23. 15 high place which Jeroboam the son of Ne.
23. 15 high place, .and burned the high place
23. 19 all the houses also of the high places that
23. 20 he slew all the priests of the high places
1 Ch.i6. 39 in the high place that (was) at Gibeon
21. 29 at that season in the high place at Gibeon
2 Ch. i. 3, 13 to the high place that (was) at Gibeon
11.15 ordained him priests for the high places
14. 3, 5 he took away, .the high places, and
15. 17 the high places were not taken away out
17. 6 he took away the high places and groves
20. 33 the high places were not taken away; for
21. ii he made high places in the mountains of
28. 4 He . . burnt incense in the high places, and
28. 25 he made high places to burn incense unto
31. i threw down the high places and the altars
32. 12 taken away his high places and his altars
33. 3 For he built again the high places which
33. 17 did sacrifice still in the high places, (yet)
33. 19 the places wherein he built high places
34. 3 from the high places, and the groves, and
Psa. 1 8. 33 and setteth me upon my high places
73. 58 provoked him. .with their high places
Isa. 15. 2 He is gone up to. .the high places, to we.
16. 12 that Moab is weary on the high place
36. 7 whose high places . . Hezekiah hath taken
58. 14 to ride upon the high places of the earth
Jer. 7. 31 they have built the high places of Tophet
17. 3 thy high places for sin, throughout all
19. 5 They have built also the high places of
26. 18 mountain of the house as the high places
32. 35 they built the high places of Baal, which
48. 35 him that offereth in the high places, and
Eze. 6. 3 and I will destroy your higli places
6. 6 the high places shall be desolate ; that
16. 16 and deckedst thy high places with divers
20. 29 What (is) the high place whereunto ye go?
36. 2 Aha ! even the ancient high places are
43. 7 nor by the carcases .in their high places
Hos. 10. 8 The high places also of Aven, the sin of I.
Amos 4. 13 treadeth upon the high places of the ear.
7. 9 the high places of Isaac shall be desolate
Mic. i. 3 tread upon the high places of the earth
i. 5 and what (are) the high places of Judah?
3. 12 mountain of the house as the high places
Hab. 3. 19 make me to walk upon mine high places
2.High place or person, cnip marom.
Jiidg. 5. 18 the death in the high places of the field
Job 25. 2 he maketh peace in his high places
Prov. 8. 2 She standeth in the top of high places, by
9. 14 on a seat in the high places of the city
3. Pit, rny tsariach.
1 Sa. 13. 6 the people did hide, .in high places, and
4. High place, nc~j ramah.
Eze. 16. 24 hast made thee an high place in every st.
16. 25 Thou hast built thy high place at every
16. 31 makest thine high place in every street
16. 39 shall break down thy high places: they
. Exposed place, "99 shephi.
JS uni23. 3 I will go . . And he went to an high place
Isa. 41. 18 I will open rivers in high places, and
49. 9 their pastures (shall be) in all high places
Jer. 3. 2 Lift up thine eyes unto the high places
3. 21 A voice was heard upon the high places
4. ii A dry wind of the high places in the wil.
7. 29 take up a lamentation on high places
12.12 The spoilers are come upon all high places
14. 6 wild asses did stand in the high places
6. OH or in heaven, 4irovpdi>tos epouranios.
Eph. 6. 1 2 against spiritual wickedness in high (places)
HIGH priest
I. The head priest, otcaj ;n3 kohen harosh.
2 Ch.24- ii the high priest s officer came and emptied
1. Priest, Ifptvs hiereus.
Acts 5. 24 when the [high priest] and the captain of
S.C hief 2>riest, apxtfptvs archiereus.
Matt 26. 3 unto the palace of the high priest, who
26. 51 strtvk a servant of the high priest, and
26. 57 led (him) away to Caiaphas the hiLrh priest
26. 58 followed. . uuto the high priest s palace
Matt 26. 62 the high priest arose, and said unto mm
26. 63 the high priest answered and said unto
26. 65 Then the high priest rent his clothes, say.
Mark 2. 26 in the days of Abiathar the high pri^t
14. 47 smote a servant of the high priest, and
14. 53 they led Jesusaway to the high priest: and
14. 54 even into the palace of the high pri -.it
14.60 the high priest stood up in the midst
14. 61 Again the high priest asked him, and said
14. 63 Then the high priest rent his clothes, and
14. 66 cometh oncf Ui: maidsof the high priest
Luke j. 2 Annas and Cai&pbMbeingthe hignpriecti
22. 50 smote a servant of the high priest, and cut
22. 54 brought him into the high priest s house
Johnn. 49 being the high priest that same year
ii. 51 but being high priest thatyear.heproph.
1 8. 10 smote the high priest s servant, and cut
18. 13 Caiaphas, which was the high priest that
1 8. 15 the high priest, .palace of the high priest
18. 16 which was known unto the high priest, and
i3. 19 The high priest then asked Jesus of hiadftk
18. 22 saying, Answerest thou the high priest so?
18. 24 Annas had sent him. .unto, .the high prie.
18. 26 One of the servants of the high priest, being
Acts 4. 6 Annas the high priest, and Caiaphas, and
5. 17 Then the high priest rose up, and all they
5. 21 the high priest came, and they that were
5. 27 council : and the high priest asked tin-in
7. i Then said the high priest, Arethese things
9. i And Saul, .went unto the high priest
22. 5 As also the high priest doth bear me wit.
23. 2 the high priest Ananias commanded them
23. 4 they., said, Revilest thou God s high priest?
23. 5 I wist not. .that he was the high priest
24. i Ananias the high priest descended with the
25. 2 the high priest and the chief of the Jews
Heb. 2. 17 be a merciful and faithful high priest in
3. i consider the apostle and high priest of our
4. 14 that we have a great high priest, that is
4. 15 we have not an high priest which cannot
5. T every high priest taken from among men
5. 5 not himself to be made an high priest ; but
5. 10 Called of God an high priest after the order
6. 20 made an high priest for ever.afterthe order
7. 26 For such an high priest became us. .holy
7. 27 needethnot daily, as those high priests, t<>
7. 28 the law maketh men high priests which
8. i We have such an high priest, whoisset on
8. 3 every high priest is ordained to offergifts
9. 7 into the second (went) the high priest alone
9. ii ButChristbeingcome an high priest of good
9. 25 as the high priest entereth into the holy
13. ii into the sanctuary by the high piiest for
HIGH, to set (up) on
1 To lift up, exalt, on rum, 3a.
Eze. 31. 4 the deep set him up on high with her
2. To make high, set on hiyh, 3JJ? soyab, 3.
Psa. 69. 29 let thy salvation, God, set me up on h
91. 14 I will set him on high, because he hnth
107. 41 Yet setteth he the poor on high from atfl.
HIGH thing -
Hiyh tlthifj, fyttfui hups&ma.
2 Co. 10. 5 Casting down. .every high thing that exalt
HIGH, things too
To be u-onderful, b$ pnla, 2.
Psa.i3i. i neither do I exercise, .in things too high
HIGH, too
To be high, en rum.
Prov. 24. 7 Wisdom (is) too high for a fool : he opec
HIGH, very
Alore, upward, onward, ,y. maal.
Deut 28. 43 The stranger, .shall get up. .very higu
HIGH time
Hour, upa hora.
Rom 13. ii knowing the time, that now (it is) high i.
HIGHER
Ufigh, sij fjabonh.
1 Sa 9. 2 (he was) higher than any of the people
Eccl 5. 8 higherthanthehighest..highertlianthey
Dan. 8. 3 one. .higher than the other, and the higher
2.High, ui)permosl, most high, jra elyon.
2 Ki. 15. 35 He built the higher gate of the house of
Psa. 89 27 I will make him (my) first born, hiifh.-r
Jer. 36. 10 Then read Btruch..to the higher court, at
Eze. 9. 2 six men came from the way of the higher
^.Higher, avwrtpov o.noteron.
Lukei4- 10 Friend, go up higher: then shalt thou
4. To hold or be above. virtptx& huperccho.
Rom 13. i Let every soul be subject unto the higher
5. High, fyn\6s hv.jwelos.
Heb. 7. 26 high priest, .made higher than the heaven
HIGHER, to be
I. To be high, n;j yabuh.
i Sa. 10. 23 when he stood, .he was higher than any
Job 35. 5 behold the clouds, .are higher than t lou
Isa. 55. 9 the heavens are higher., saare my ways h.
2.7*0 be high, lifted up, exalted, en rum.
> um24- 7 his king shall be higher than Agag. and
Psa. 61. 2 lead me to the rock (that) is higher than
HIGHER place
I. Rack, upper part, arch, 23 gci)t.
Eze. 43. 13 this (shall be) the higher place o the altar
61
HIGHEST 482 HIM
2.Cleanor dry place, n ns, tsechiach.
Neh. 4. 13 on the higher places, I even set the people
HIGHEST
l.J/igh, uppermost, most high, p 7J7 cli/n.
Psa. 1 8. 13 the highest gave his voice; hail, .and coals
87. 5 and the highest himself shall establish her
Eze. 41. ^ the lowest, .to the highest by the midst
^.Highest, most -high, ityiffTos hupsistos.
Matt.zi. 9 Blessed (is) he . . Hosanna in the highest !
Mark 1 1. 10 Blessed (be) the .. Hosanna in the highest
Luke i. 32 and shall he called the Son of the highest
i. 35 thepowerof the highest shall overshadow
1. 76 shall be called tlie prophet of the highest
2. 14 Glory to God in the highest, and on earth
6. 35 and ye shall be the children of the highest
19. 38 peace in heaven, and glory in the highest
HIGHEST branch
Flingr, highest branch, rnsy tsammrreth.
Kze. 17. 3 and took the highest branch of the cedar
17. 22 I will also take of the highest branch of
HIGHEST part
Head, lop, uttt rosh.
Prov. 8. 26 nor the highest part of the dust of the w.
HIGHEST places
Backs or arches of the high place, cr: S3 [// /;].
Prov. 9. 3 crieth upon the highest places of the city
HIGHEST room
First reclining place, vfntroK\urla prdtokliaia.
Lukci4. 8 sit not down in the highest room ; lest a
HIGHEST seat
Firstor foremost seat, irpuTOKiiBtSpiaprotokatheil.
Lukezo. 46 the scribes .love, .the highest seats in the
HIGHLY
[See Displeased, esteemed, think].
HIGHLY, very
Very abundantly, virtp e/c irfpirrffov liuper ekperiss.
i lh. 5. 13 to esteem them very highly in love for
HIGH BUFDED, to be
To think high, tyyXofypovtu hupsflophroneo.
Horn. ii. 20 Well.. [be nut high minded], but fear
i Ti. 6. 17 Charge them, .that they be not high mind.
HIGHNESS
1. Rising, excellency, pride, nwa gaavah.
Isa. 13. 3 mighty ones, .them that rejoice in my h.
^.Lifting up, nxv seeth.
Job 31. 23 by reason of his highness I could not en.
HIGHWAY
1. Customary path, rni< orach.
Judg. 5. 6 the highways were unoccupied, and the
2. U rti/, TTVI ~~n derek derek.
Deut. 2. 27 I will go along by the highway, I will nei.
3. Out place, pn chuts.
Amos 5. 16 they shall say in all the highways, Alas !
^.Raised up way, highway, "?P* mesilla-h.
Nuni2o. 19 said unto him, \Ve will go by the highway
Judg2o. 31 in the highways, of which one goeth up to
20 32 draw them from the city unto the highw.
20. 45 they gleaned of them in the highways five
21. 19 on the east side of the highway thatgoeth
1 Sa. 6. 12 went along the highway, lowing as they
a Sa. 20. 12 wallowed, .in the midst of the highway
20. 12 he removed Amasa out of the highway into
20. 13 he was removed out of the highway, all
2 Ki. 18. 17 which (is) in the highway of the fuller s fl.
Prov 16. 17 The highway of the upright (is) to depart
Isa. 7. 3 pool in the highway of the fuller s field
ii. 1 6 there shall be an highway for the remnant
19. 23 In that day shall there be an highway out
33. 8 The high ways lie waste,the wayfaring man
36. 2 pool in the highway of the fuller s field
40. 3 make straight, .a highway for our God
49. 1 1 and my highways shall be exalted
62. 10 cast up, cast up the highway; gather out
Jer. 31. 21 set thine heart toward the highway, (even)
5. Highway, ^p? maslul.
Isa. 35. 8 an highway shall be there, and a way, and
6. Way, 65<5j hodos.
Matt 22. 10 those servants went out into the highways
Markio. 46 Timeus, sat by the highway side lagging
Luke 14. 23 Go out into the highways and hedges
7. Crossioays of the ways, 5if d5ous raiv &$ui> dicx.
Matt 22. 9 Go ye therefore into the highways, and as
HI LEN, iS n strong place.
A city (called in Josh. 15. 51, 21. 15 Holon) belonging to
Judah, and assigned to the Levites.
1 Ch. 6. 58 H. with her suburbs, Debir with her sub.
HTL-KT -AH, .t;p
i
?n, n;pWi Jah is protection.
1. Father of Kliakim master of the household to king
Hezekiah. B.C. 740.
2 Ki. 18. 18 the son of II., which (was) over the house.
18. 26 Then said Kliakim the son of H., and >h.
18. 37 Then came Eliakim the son of H., which
Isa. 22. 20 will call my servant Eliakim the son of H.
36. 3 Then came forth unto him Eliakim, H. s
36. 3* Then came Kliakim the son of H., that
2. High priest in the time of Josiah king of Judah.
B.C. 650.
a Ki. 22. 4 Go up to H. the high priest, that he may
22. 8 H. the high priest said unto Shaphan the
22. 8 H. gave the book to Shaphan, and he read
22. 10 H. the priest hath delivered me a book
22. 12 the king commanded H. the priest, and
22. 14 So H. the priest, .went unto Huldah the
23. 4 the king commanded H. the high priest
23. 24 the book that H. the priest found in the
1 Ch. o. 13 Shallurn begat H., and II. begat Azariah
9. ii Azariah the son of H., the son of Meshul.
2 Ch. 34. 9 when they cameto H. the high priest, they
i 14 H. the priest found a book of the law of
34. 15 H. answered and said to Shaphan the scr.
34. 15 And H. delivered the book to Shaphan
34. 18 saying, H. the priest hath given me a book
34. 20 the king commanded H., and Ahikam the
34. 22 H. . . went to Huldah the prophetess, the
35. 8 H. and Zechariah and Jehiel, rulers of the
Ezra 7. i Seraiah, the son of Azariah, the son of H.
Jer. 29. 3 By the haud of. .Gemariah the son of H.
3. A descendant of Merari, son of Levi. B.C. 650.
i Ch. 6. 45 Hashabiah . . son of Amaziah,thesonofH.
4. A son of Hosah, a descendant of Merari, and a gate
keeper of the tabernacle in the time of David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.26. ii H. the second, Tebaliah the third, Zech.
s. A priest who stood by Ezra while reading the book of
the law to the people. B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 4 Anaiah, and Urijah, and H., and Maaseiah
11. ii Seraiah the son of H., ths son of Meshul.
12. 7 Sallu.Amok, H., Jedaiah.These(were)the
12. 21 Of H., Hashabiah ; of Jedaiah, Nethaneel
C. A priest of Anathoth, and father of Jeremiah the
prophet. B.C. 650-
Jer. i. i The words of Jeremiah the son of H., of
TTTT.T.
I. Height, hillock, ny?3 gibah.
Gen. 49. 26 the utmost bound of the everlasting hills
Exodi?. 9 I will stand on the top of the hill with the
17. 10 and Hur, went up to the top of the hill
Num23. 9 from the hills I behold him : lo, the pe< iple
Deut 12. 2 upon the hills, and under every green tree
33. 15 for the precious things of the lasting hills
Josh. 5. 3 Joshua, .circumcised, .at the hill of the
24.33 Eleazar. .died; and they buried him in ah.
Judg. 7. i TheMidianiteswere..bythehillof Moreh
1 Sa. 7. i into the house of Abinadab in the hill, and
10. 5 After that thou shaltcome to the hill of G.
10. 10 when they came thither to the hill, behold
13. 19 Doth not David hide, .in the hill of Hach.
26. i Doth not David hide himself in the hill
26. 3 Saul pitched in the hill of Hachilah
2 Sa. 2. 24 when they were come to the hill of Amm.
2. 25 children of B. . .stood on the top of an h.
1 Ki. 14. 23 they also built, on every high hill, and
2 Ki. 16. 4 he sacrificed, .on the hills, and under e.
17. 10 they set. .groves in every high hill, and
2 Ch.28. 4 He sacrificed also, .on the hills, and under
Job 15. 7 or wast thou made before the hills ?
Psa. 148. 9 Mountains, and all hills ; fruitful trees
Prov. 8. 25 before the hills was I brought forth
Song 2. 8 he cometh . . skipping upon the hills
4. 6 I will get me. .to the hill of frankincense
Isa. 2. 2 and shall be exalted above the hills ; and
2. 14 and upon all the hills (that are) lifted up
10. 32 he shall shake his hand against, .the hill
30. 17 till ye be left, .as an ensign on an hill
30. 25 there shall be. .upon every high hill, rivers
31. 4 to fight for mount Ziou, and for the hill
40. 4 every mountain and hill shall be made low
40. 12 Whoihath.. weighed. .the hills in a balance
41.15 Behold . . thou . . shalt make the hills as ch.
42. 15 I will make waste mountains and hills
54. 10 the mountains shall depart, and the hills
55. 12 the mountains and the hills shall break
65. 7 fathers, .blasphemed me upon the hills
Jer. 2. 20 whenuponeveryhighhill..thouwanderest
3. 23 Truly in vain, .from the hills, .the mult.
4. 24 they trembled, and all the hills moved Ii.
13. 27 I have seen, .abominations on the hills
16. 16 they shall hunt them . .from every hill
17. 2 and their groves, .upon the high hills
31. 39 measuring line, .upon the hill Gareb
49. 16 thou . .that holdest the height of the hill
50. 6 they have gone from mountain to hill, they
Eze. 6. 3 Thus saith the Lord GOD. .to the hills
6. 13 among their idols, .upon every high hill
20. 28 they saw every high hill, and all the thick
34. 6 My sheep wandered . . upon every high hill
34. 26 the places round about my hill a blessing
35. 8 in thy hills. . shall they fall that are
36. 4, 6 and to the hills, to the rivers, and to the
Hos. 4. 13 They sacrifice, .upon the hills, under oaks
10. 8 they shall say. .to the hills. Fall on us
Joel 3. 18 the hills shall flow with milk, and all the
Amos 9. 13 the days come, .and all the hills shall melt
. Mic. 4. i it shall be exalted above the hills ; and
6. i Arise, .and let the hills hear thy voice
N ah. i. 5 the hills melt, and the earth is burned at
Hab. 3. (> the perpetual hills did bow : his ways
Zeph. 1. 10 and a great crashing from the hills
Z. Mount, -.rr har.
Gen. 7. 19 all the high hills that (were) under the
Exod24. 4 Moses, .builded an altar under the hill
Num 14. 44 they presumed to go up unto the hill top
14. 45 the Canaanites which dwelt in that hill
Deut. i. 7 take your journey . .in the hills, and in
Deut. 1.41 ye were ready to go up into the hill
i. 43 and went presumptuously up into the hill
8. 7 depths that spring out of valleys and hi I U
ii. ii the land, whether ye go. .(is) a laud of h.
Josh. 9. i when all the kings, .in the hills, and in
10. 40 Joshua smote all the country of the hills
11. . Joshua took all that land, the hills, nr.d
15. 9 the border was. .from the top of the hill
17. 16 The hill is not enough for us : and all tlm
18. 13 the border descended, .near the hill that
18. 14 the border, .compassed, .from the hill
21. 11 they gave them the city of Arba. .in the h.
24. 30 they buried him. .on. .side of the hill of
Judg. 2. 9 they buried him . . on the . . side of the hill
1 6. 3 Samson . . carried them . . to the top of an h.
1 Sa. 25. 20 she came down by the covert of the lull
26. 13 David, .stood on the top of an hill afar
2 S a. 13. 34 came much people by the way of the hill
16. 13 Shimei went aloiiK on the hill s side over
21. 9 they hanged them in the hill before the
1 Ki. ii. 7 Then did Solomon build, .in the hill that
16. 24 he bought the hill, .built on the hill 5
16. 24 after the name of Shemer, owner of the h.
20. 23 Their gods (are) gods of the hills ; there.
20. 28 The LORD (is) God of the hills, but he (is)
22. 17 I saw all Israel scattered upon the hills
2 Ki. i. 9 and, behold, he sat on the top of an hill
4. 27 when she came to the man of G od to the h.
Psa. 2. 6 Yet have I set my king upon my holy h.
3. 4 I cried, .he heard me out of his holy lull
15. i LORD, .who shall dwell in thy holy hill?
18. 7 the foundations also of the hills moved
24. 3 Who shall ascend into the hill of the L.T
42. 6 will I remember, .from the hill Mizar
43. 3 let them bring me unto thy holy hill, and
68. 15 The hill of God (is as) the hill of Batihan
68. 15 an high hill (as) the hill of Bashan
68. 16 Why leap ye, ye high hills?, .the hill. .O.
80. 10 The hills were covered with the shadow
95. 4 the strength of the hills (is) his also
97. 5 The hills melted like wax at the presence
98. 8 floods clap., let the hills be joyful together
99. 9 Exalt the LORD, .worship at his holy hill
104. 10 He sendeth the springs, .run among the h.
104. 13 He watereth the hills from his chambers
104. 18 The high hills (are) a refuge for the wild
104. 32 he toucheth the hills, and they smoke
121. i I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
Isa. 5. 25 the hills did tremble, and their carcases
7. 25 all hills that shall be digged with the
3. Mount, mountain, ~nn, ~rm harar, herer.
Deut. 8. 9 out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass
Psa. 50. 10 (and) the cattle upon a thousand hills
4. Ascent, going up, -"Ply? maaleh.
i Sa. 9. ii as they went up the hill to the city, they
5.Hill, /Souros bounos.
Luke 3. 5 every mountain and lull shall be brought
23. 30 shall they begin to say . .to the hills, Cover
6. Mount, mountain, opos oros.
Matt. 5. 14 A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid
Luke 4. 29 led him unto the brow of the hill whereon
9. 37 when they were come down from the hill
7. Horn, promontory, pg qere.n.
Isa. 5. i hath a vineyard in a very fruitful hill
TTTT.T. country
1. Hill, hill country, in har.
Josh 13. 6 the inhabitants of the hill country from
2.Mountainous, opfivAs oreinos.
Luke t. 39 Mary, .went into the hill country with h.
i. 65 throughout all the hill couutrj of Judea
HILLS, little -
A height, hill, nyas gibah.
Psa. 65. 12 They drop, .and the little hills rejoice on
72. 3 bring-peace. .the little hills, by righteous.
114. 4, 6 skipped like rams. .little hills like la.
HTL -LEL, Tfn praised greatly.
Father of Abdon, of the judges of Israel. He -.vas a
native of Pirathou in Mount Ephraim. B.C. 1130.
Judgi2. 13 after him Abdon the son of H., a I irath.
12. 15 Abdon the son of H. the Pirathonite died
TTTM
I.A man, c N ish.
Prov 19. 6 every man (is) a friend to him that gi veth
2.7/c, Kin AM.
Gen. 4. 26 to Seth, to him also there was born a son
3. Who, ? mi.
Eccl. 9. 4 tohimthatisjoinedtoalltl.elivingthere
4. Himself, airrts, autos.
Matt. 8. 1 8 Jesus saw great multitudes about him
Marl; 5. 30 knowing, .that virtue had gone out of him
Luke 1 6. 40 to be brought unto him : and when he was
IQ. 15 these servants to be called unto him, to
John i. 47 Jesus saw Nathanael coming to him, and
6. 5 Jesus . . saw a great company come imt< < h.
Acts 5. 37 Judas, .drew away much people after liiiu
9. 4 he. .heard a voice saying unto him. Saul
23. 2 Ananias commanded them that stood by h.
25. 21 I commanded him to be kept till I nhi. lit
Heb. 12. 2 who for the joy that was set before him
5. Of himself, favrov heautou.
Mark 14. 33 he taketh with [hies], Lu. 9.47 , Co.io.a
HIM
G.Thut one, -ravra fauta.
Heb. ii. 12 sprang there even of one, aud him as go.
I.JIitn, TOV-TOV touton.
.Matt 27. 32 Simon, .him they compelled to bear his
Luke- 9. 26 of him shall the Son of man be ashamed
12. 5 Fear him. .yea, I say unto you, Fear him
20. 12 they wounded [him] also, and cast (him) o.
20. 13 they will reverence. . when they gee him
John 5. 6 Jesus saw him lie, and knew that he had
6. 27 Son . . for him hath God the Father sealed
21. 21 Peter seeing him saitht Jesus Lord, and
Acts 2. 23 Him, being delivered by the determinate
3.31 Him hath God exalted with his right hand
10. 40 Him God raised up the third day, and
13. 27 their rulers, because they knew him not
15. 38 Paul thought no goo . to take him with
16. 3 Him would Paul have to go forth, .and
17. 23 Whom, .ye ignorantly worship, him dec).
i Co. 2. 2 not to know, .save Jesus Christ, and him
3. 17 If any man defile the temple, .[him] shall
Phil. 2. 23 Him therefore I hope to send presently
8. Of this one, TOUTOV toulou.
John 9. 31 if any man . . doeth his will, him he hearetli
:). Tn this one, rovry touts.
Lukeig. 19 said likewise to him, Be thou also over
John 5. 38 for whom he hath sent, him yu Relieve not
10. 3 To him the porter opeueth ; and the sheep
1 3. 24 Simon Peter therefore beckoned to him
Acts 4. 10 by him doth this man stand here before
10. 43 To him give nil the prophets witness, that
13. 39 by him all that believe are justified
25. 5 accuse., if there be any wickedness in him
i Jo. 2. 4 is a liar, and the truth is not in him
2. 5 in him verily is the love of God perfected
10. A mule, ipj zakar.
Nuni3i. 17 woman that hath known., by lying with h.
11.7/iwi, i, in...<c. (a suffix of various forms).
Gen. 2. 15 and put him into the garden of Eden
3. 9 and said unto him Where art thou
4. 7 and thou shalt rule over him
[Very frequent.]
12. Him, 3... (Aramaic guff, alsofreq.).
Ezra 7. 26 let judgment be executed, .upon him
13.7/w eyes, } . J_ at/in.
Gen. 27. i2 I shall seem to him as a deceiver, and I
2Q. 20 they seemed unto him. .a few days, for the
48. 17 when Joseph saw. .it displeased him : and
1 Sa. j. 18 the LORD: let., do what seemeth him good
18. 8 and the saying displeased him ; aud he said
18. 20 they told Saul, and the thing pleased him
2 Sa 10. 12 LORD <lo that which seemeth him good
24. 22 and offer up what(seemeth)good unto him
i Ki. 9. 12 to see the cities, .and they pleased him
Lsth 2. 9 the maiden pleased him, and she obtained
Prov.24. 18 Lest the Loiibsee(it) andit displease him
Isa. 59. 15 and it displeased him that, .no judgment
14. His face, Q )$ panim,
Gen. 32. 2 1 So went the present over before him . and
Exod34. 6 LORD passed by -before him, and proclaim.
1 Sa. 1 7. 24 all the men of Israel . . fled from him
18. 15 when Saul saw. .he was afraid of him
19. 8 David went out. .and they fled from him
2 Ki. i. 15 the angel .. said .. be not afraid of him
2 Ch.i4. 10 Asa went out against him, and they set
19. 2 Jehu., went out to meet him, and said to
Esth. 1.19 let there go a royal commandment from h.
2. 9 And the maiden., obtained kindness of h.
Job 42. 8 Job shall pray for you ; for him will I ac.
Psa. 17. 13 Arise, LORD, disappoint him, cast, .down
15. 11 is midst, 3-JJ5 qereb.
i Ki.i?. 21 let this child s soul come into him again
17. 22 the soul of the child came into him again i
HIM, of
Concerning or in reference to this, n.jf> la-zeh.
i Sa. 2i. 1 1 did they not sing one to another of him in
HIM that is
A man, c* x ish.
I*v- 5- 33 aud of him that lieth with her that is un.
HIM also, and him
And that one, Ka/cetVos kakeinos.
Mark 1 2. 4 and at him they cast stones, and wounded
12. 5 again he sent another; and him they killed
Luke2o. i c another servant : and they beat him also
HIMSELF
~LHi\ ?n hu.
Nuni3s. 19 The revenger of blood himself shall slay
IJUs (or its) answer, njjjp maaneh.
Prov 16. 4 The LORD hatn made all . . for himself ; yea
3. His life (being), u>; nephesh.
i Ki. 19. 4 lie requested for himself that he might die
Job 18. 4 He tea.ret.li himself in his anger : shall the
32. 2 he justified himself rather than God
Amos 6. 8 The LORD God hath sworn by himself, say.
4. Of himself, avrov hautou.
John 9. 21 he is of age ; ask . .he shall speak for him.
19- 12 whosoever maketh himself a king speak,
H?:i. i. 5 Having predestinated us . .to himself, ace.
i. Q pleasure which he hath purposed in him.
483
Heb. 9. 26 to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself
12. 3 consider him that endured . . against him.
. Of himself, favrov lieautou.
Matt 12. 26 he is divided against himself ; how shall
12. 45 taketh with himself, .other spirits.. th. h.
13. 21 Yet hath lie not root in himself, but durtth
16. 24 let him deny himself, and take up his cross
18. 4 shall hun-ble himself as this little child
23. 12 whosoever shall exalt himself shall be
23. 12 he that shall humble himself shall be
27. 42 He saved others ; himself he cannot save
Mark 3. 26 if Satan rise up against himself, and be
5. 5 crying, and cutting himself with stones
5. 30 knowing in bin.self that virtue had gone
8. 34 let him deny himself, and take up his cross
12. 33 to love (his) neighbour as himself, is more
15. 31 He saved others ; himself he cannot save
Luke 7. 39 he spake within himself, saying, This in.
9. 23 let him deny himself, and take up his cross
9. 25 he gain the whole world, and lose himself
10. 29 he, willing to justify himself, said unto
11. 18 If Satan also be divided against himself
u. 26 other spirits more wicked than himself
12. 17 he thought within himself, saying, What
12. 21 he that layeth up treasure for himself
14. ii \vhosoeverexaltethhimselfshallbeabased
14. 1 1 that humbleth himself shall be exalted
15. 17 when he came to himself, he said, How
163 the steward said within himself. What
10. 4 he said within himself, Though I fear not
18. ii stood and prayed thus with himself, God
18. 14 one that exalteth himself shall be abased
iB. 14 he that humbleth himself shall be exalted
19. 12 to receive for himself a kingdom, and to
23. 2 saying that he himself is Christ a king
23. 35 let him save himself, if he be Christ, the
24. 12 [wondering in himself at that which was]
24. 27 expounded, .the things concerning [him.] John 2. 24 Jesus did iwt commit [himself] uuto them
5. 18 his Father, making himself equal with G.
5. iq The Son can do nothing of himself, but
5. 26 as the Father hath life m himself, so
5. 26 given to tks Son to have life in himself
6. 61 Jesus knew in himself that his disciples
7. 18 He that speakethof himself seeketh his
8. 22 Then said the Jews. Will he kill himself?
11. 38 Jesus therefore, again groaning in himself
11. 51 this spake he not of himself : but being
13. 4 and took a towel, and girded himself
13. 32 God shall also glorify him in himself
16. 13 for he shall not speak of himself ; but
IQ. 7 because he made himself the Son of God
21. i Jesus showed himself again to the
21. 7 naked, and did cast himself into the sea
Acts i. 3 he showed himself alive after his passion
5. 36 Theudas.boastinghimself to be somebody
B 9 giving out that himself was some great
8. 34 speaketh.. of himself, or of someotherm.?
10. i Peter doubted in himself what thisvision
12. u when Peter was come to himself, he said
14. 17 he left not [himself] without witness, in
16. 27 would have killed himself, supposing that
19. 31 not adventure himself into the theatre
HINGE
i Jo. 5. 10 He that believtth . . hath the witness in h.
5. 18 he that is begotten of God keepeth hiing
HIMSELF, by
\Yith his person (back), "",3 ijaph.
Kxodzi. 3 came in by himself . .shall go out by him.
21. 4 beher master s. .heshallgooutbyhjii.fcUl
HIN
ttiu(liquulmeasure=12 loijs,or 280 cub. in.), pn hin.
Exod2g. 40 the fourth part of an hin of beaten oil
29. 40 fourth part of an hin of wine(for)adrink
30. 24 of cassia five, .and of oil olive an hin
Lev. 19. 36 a justephah, and a just hin, shall ye have
: 3- 3 (shall be) of wine, the fourth(part) of on h. A urn 1 5 . 4 mingled with the fourtli (part) of an liiu
15. 5 the fourth (part) of an hiu of wine lor a
15. 6 mingled with the third (part) of an hin of
15. 7 otter the third (part) of an hin of wine
15. 9 of flour mingled with half an hin of oil
15. 10 for a drink offering half an hin of wine
28. 5 with the fourth (part) of an hin of be;.ttu
28. 7 fourth (part) of an hin for the one lamb
28. 14 half an hin. .of an hin. .of an Inn uuto a
Eze. 4. 1 1 water by measure, the sixth part of an hin
45. 24 for a ram, and an hin of oil for an ephah
46. 5, 7, u and an hin of oil to an ephah
46. 14 third part of an hiu of oil, to temper
HIND
UJind, n/;N ayyaiah.
Gen. 49. ai Naphtali (is) a hind let loose : he giveth
2 Sa. 22. 34 He maketh my leet like hinds (feet); and
Job 39. i canst thou mark when the hinds do calve
Psa. 18. 33 He maketh my feet like lands (feet), aud
29. 9 voice of the LOKD makcth the hinds to
Song 2. 7 I charge you.. by the hinds of the field
3. 5! charge you., by the hinds of the field
Hab. 3. 19 lie will make my feet like hinds (feet)
".Hind, rfyjf ayydeth.
Pro*. 5. 19 (be as) the loving hind and pleatant roe
Jer. 14. 5 Yea, the hind also calved in the field, and
HINDER
Behind, last, furthest, jrrjx ache ma.
2ech 14. S :.nd half of them toward the hinder sea
HINDER, to
1. To hinder, delay, inx achar, ?,.
Gen. 24. 56 And he said unto them, Hinder me not
2. To keep back, withhold, darken, -;- chnsak.
Isa. 14. 6 he. .Js persecuted, (and) none hindereth
3. To withhold, keep buck, I1
;? manu, 1.
.Sum 22. 16 Let nothing, .hiuder thee from coming
4. To caust- to go back, ~-v shub, 5.
Job o. 12 behold, he taketh away, who can hindei
5. To ma/ce an injury, nyn nyy asah toah.
Iv eh. 4. C tight against Jerusalem, ami to hinder it
6. To cut up o> back, avaKnirroo anakuptu.
Gal. 5. 7 who [did hinder] you that ye should not
25. 4 he himself would depart shortly (thither; i 7 To ninfnn Jntrr-,-mt,n.> */., L.*-s r ;. <;<-, ,,,1
28. 16 Paul was suffered to dwell by himself Rom 14. 7 to himself, and no man dieth to himself
: 9- e 8 Uld hinder the gt- spe1 of chruit
S. To cut in, interrupt, S^KO-XTU cykopto. Rom 15. 22 been much hindeied from coining to you
i Th 2. 18 have come unto you. .but Satan hindered
14. 12 shall give account of himself to God
14 22 Happy(is)he that condemneth not himself
15. 3 Christ pleased not himself ; but, as it is
i Co. 3. 1 8 Let no man deceive himself. If any man
ii. 28 let a man examine himself, and so let him
ii. 29 eatethauddrinketh damnation to himself
14. 4 in an (unknown) tongue edifleth himself
14. 28 and let him speak to himself, and to God
2 Co. 5. i3 reconciled us to himself by Jesus Christ
5. 19 reconciling the world unto himself, not
lo, 7 man trust to himself that he is Christ s
10. 7 let him of himself think this again
10. 18 he that commendeth himself is approved
Gal. i. 4 Who save himself for our sins, that he
2. 12 he withdrewand separated himself, fear.
2. 20 who loved me, and gave himself for me
6. 3 when he is nothing, hedeceiveth himself
6. 4 shall he have rejoicing in himself alone
Eph. 2. 15 to make in himself of twain one new man
5. 2 hath given himself for us an offering
5. 25 loved,the church, and gave himself for it
5. 27 present it to himself a glorious church
.-. 28 He that loveth his wife loveth himself
5. 33 every one. .love his wife even as himself
Phil. 2. 7 made himself of no reputation, and took
2. 8 he humbled himself, and became obedient
3. 21 even to subdue all things uuto himself
2 Th. 2. 4 sitteth. .showing himself that he is God
1 Ti. 2. 6 Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be
2 Ti. 2. 13 abideth faithful : he cannot deny himself
2. 21 a man therefore purge himself from these
Titus 2. 14 Who g"ve himself for us, that he might
2. 14 and purify unto himself a peculiar people
Heb. i. 3 when he harl by [himself] purged our sins
5. 3 so also for [himself], to offer for sins
5. 4 no man taketh this honour unto himself
5. 5 Christ glorified not himself to be made
6. 13 swear by nogreater, he swarehy [himself!
7. 27 he did once, when he offered up himself
9. 7 which he ottered for himself, and (for)t!ie
9. 14 who. .offered himself without spotto God
9. 25 Nor. .that he should offer himself often
Jas.
i. 27 to keep himself unspotted from th. .
i Jo. 3. 3 purifleth himself, even as he is pure
i. 24 he beholdeth himself, and goeth his way
e world
9 TO CM Off, tKKOTTTta ckiiOJ)t l.
1 Fe. 3. 7 that .\ourgrayersbe not [hindered]
19.ro hinder, nu\v<a koluo.
Lnken. 52 them that were entering in ye hindered
Acts 8. 36 See . . what doth hinder me to be baptized 1
HINDER end
After, kinder, ~\~X achar.
2 Sa. 2. 23 Abner with the hinder er.d of the spear
HINDER part (of the ship)
I.Back or hinder part, ninx achor.
1 Ki. 7. 25 aud all their hinder parts (were) inward
2 Ch. 4. 4 and all their hinder parts (were) inward
Psa. 78. 66 he smote his enemies in the hinder part
2. End, tear, ]
;D soph.
Joel 2. 20 his hinder part toward the utmost sea
3. Hinder part, stern, irpv/^va prunma.
Mark 4. 38 he was in the hinder part of the ship
Acts 27. 41 but the hinder part was broken with the
HINDERED, to be
To cease, cause to cease, "re? betel.
Ezra 6. 8 unto these men, that they be not hindered
HINDERMOST, HINDMOST
1. Behind, last, furthest, pirjx acharon.
Gen. 33. 2 And he put. .Kachel and Joseph hinder.
Num. 2. 31 shall go hindmost with their standard/1
2. Furthest part, latter end, rnrm acharith.
Jer. 50. 12 the hinderrnost of the nations (shall be)a
HINDMOST, to smite the
To smite the tail or rear, :;j zanab, 3.
Deut 25. 18 smote the hindmost of thee, (even) all
Josh. 10. 19 pursue, .and smite the hindmost of them
HINGE
\.Uiwjet openiny, ns poth.
i Ki. 7. 50 the hinges (of) gold, (both) for the
HINNOM 484 HITHER
2. Hitvj, , form, Y* tsir.
Prov.z6.i4 (As) the doorturneth upon his hinges, so
HIN-NOM, tin gratis.
A person of whom nothing is 1 nown but that be bad :i
son whose name is not given, rom whom a valley that
lay on the W and S.W. of Jerusalem was named, and
in which human sacrifices and tilth were burnt. See
HELL. No. 3.
Josh 15. 8 went up by the valley of the son of H.
15 8 mountain thnt(lieth) before the valley.. H.
18. i6mountjuuthat(lieth)beforethe valley. .H.
18. 16 and descended to the valley of H., to the
-
Ivi.23. 10 Topheth.. in the valley of., children 01 H.
2 i h.28. 3 burnt Incense In the valley of the sou of H.
33 . 6 through, .fire in the valley of the son of B
Neh. ii. 30 And they dwelt, .unto the valley of II.
Jer. 7 31 which (is) in the valley of the sou of H.
7. 3" Tophet, nor The valley of the son of H.
la 2 go forth unto the valley of the son of II.
IQ 6 Tophet, nor The valley of the son of H.
32. 35 which (are) in the valley of the sou of H.
HIP
Lai, limb, thigh, ps
sJioq.
J 11 Jg 15. 8 he smote them hip and thigh with a great
HI RAH, .Tyn distinction, nobility.
Ap Vlullaniite, the friend" of .I udah. B.C. 1727. For
"
friend" the LXX and Vulgate read "shepherd.
Gen. 38. i certain Adullamite, whose name (was) H.
38. 12 went up. .he and his friend H. the Adul.
HI -RAM, C"J rt. civ-.
1 A kins ot Tyre who lived on most friendly alliance
with both David and Solomon. B.C. 1015.
2 Sa 5 1 1 H. king of Tyre sent messengers to David
T Ki. 5. i H. king of Tyre sent . . for H. was ever a 1.
5 2 And Solomon sent to H., saying
5 . 7 when H. heard the words of Solomon, that
5! 8 H. sent to Solomon, saying, I have eonsi.
5 10 H. gave Solomon cedar trees and fir trees
5 . ii Solomon gave II. twenty thousand meas.
5. ii thus gave Solomon to H. year by year
5 12 there was peace between H. and Solomon
s iS Solomon s buildersaml H. sdidhew. .and
g. 1 1 H. . .had funiished Solomon with cedar t.
a. i r Solomon gave H. twenty cities in the ia:i> i
Q. 12 H. came out from Tyre to see the cities w.
9 . 14 H. sent to the king sixscoretalents of gold
o 27 H. sent in the navy his servants, shipmen
10. ii the navy also of H., that brought gold from
10. 22 king had at sea a navy- .with thenavyof H.
1 Ch.i4. i H. king of Tyre sent messsengers to David
2 Ch. 2. ii H. the kin;/ of Tyre answered in writing
2. 13 I have sent a cunning man . of H. my fa.
8 2 the cities which H.had restored to Solomon
8 iS H. sent him, by the hands of his servants
o 10 the servants also of H... brought algum t.
9. 21 went to Tarshish with the servants of H.
2 A man of eminence and the principal architect sent
by King Hiram to Solomon. In Chronicles he is called
Humn>, where also he has the title --16 (father or
master) given to him. See HURAU.
i Ki 713 Solomon sent and fetched H. out of Tyre
7 . 40 H. made the lavers, and the shovels
7 40 H. made an end of doing all the work
7 . 45 which H. made to king Solomon for the h
HIRE --
l.tfift, hire, ]#*> 1&* f^nan.
Deut 23. 1 8 Thou shall not bring the hire of a whore
Isa 2? 17 and she shall turn to her hire, aud shall
23. 18 and her hire shall be holiness to the LORD
Eze. 16. 31 as an harlot, in that thou scornest hire
i j. 41 and thou also shall give no hire any more
Mic. i. 7 the hires thereof shall be burnt with
i 7 she gathered (it) of the hire of an harlot
i . 7 shall return to the hire of an harlot
2. Price, hire, Tray mechir.
Mic. 3. ii the priests thereof teach for hire, aud
3. Hire, wage, price, reward, fare, i;-r" snknr.
Gen 30. 18 God hath given me my hire, because I h.
30. 32 spotted cattle, .(of such) shall be my hire
30. 33 it shall come for my hire before thy face
31. 3 The ringstraked shall be thy hire ; then
Kxod22. 15 (be) an hired (thing), it came for his hire
Deut 24. 15 At his day thou shall give (him) his hire
i Ki. 5. 6 unto thee . . I give hire for thy servants
fcech. 8. 10 no hire for man, nor any hire for beast
t. Hire, wage, rewird, fii<T06s
viisthos.
Matt 23. 8 give them (their) hi- e, beginning from the
Luke 10. 7 for the labourer is worthy of his hire
Jas. 5. 4 hire of the labourers who have reaped
2 Ch.24. 12 hired masons aud carpenters to repair
25. 6 He hired also an hundred thousand mig.
Neh. 6. 12 for Tobiah and Sanballat had hired him
6. 13 Therefore (was) he hired, that I should be
13. 2 hired Balaam against them, that he should
Isa. 46. 6 and weigh silver, .(and) hire a goldsmith
3. To bribe, reward, ~ny shachad.
Eze. 1 6. 33 hirest them, that they may come unto thee
4. To give, hire, n^(? tanah.
Hos. 8. 10 they have hired among the nations, now
5. To give, hire, njiji tanah, 5.
Hos. 8. 9 by himself : Ephraim hath hired lovers
6. To hire, ntff66ofj.ai mistlioomai.
Matt 20. i went, .to hire labourers into his vineyard
20. 7 They say. .Because no man hath hired us
HIRE out selves, to
To be hired, i?y salxtr, 2.
i Sa. 2. 5 (They), .have hire ] out themselves for b.
HIRED \man- servant)
I. One hired, fa? safcir.
Exod 12. 45 an hired servant shall not eat thereof
22. 15 if it (be) an hired (thing), it came for his
Lev. 22. 10 or an hired servant, shall not eat (of) the
25. 6 thy hired servant, and for thy stranger
25. 40 as an hired servant, (and) as a sojourner
25. 50 according to the time of an hired servant
25. 53 as a yearly hired servant shall he be
Deut 15. 1 3 been worth a double hired servant (to thee)
24. 14 Thou shalt not oppress an hired servant
Jer. 46. 21 her hired men (are) in the midst ot her
*2. Hireling, one hired, niaOio? misthios.
Lukeis! 17 How many hired servants of my father s
15. 19 make me as one of thy hired servants
C.0H<! hired, maQmros misthotos.
Mark i. 20 in the ship with the hired servants, and
4. Any thing hired, /uuirOaiua wisihSma.
Acts 28. ;o two whole years in his own hired house
HIRED, that is
I. One hired, 1 ; ; snkir.
Lev. 19. 13 the wages of him that is hired shall not
2. What is hired, .TV?;? sekirah.
Isa. 7 20 the LORD shave with a razor that is hired
HIRE, to
1. To hire, 15? snkar.
Ezra 4. 5 And hired counsellors against them, to
2. To hire, reward, i;; skar.
Gen. 30. 16 I have hired thee with my son s mandra.
Deut 23. 4 they hired against thee Balaam the son
Judg. 9. 4 Abimelech hired vain and liitht prr- ins
18. 4 and hath hired me, and I am his pnr-t
2 Sa. 10. 6 sent and hired the Syrians of Beth-rehob
a Ki. 7. 6 the king of Israel hath hired against us
i Oh. 19. 6 to hire them chariots and horsemen out
19. 7 hired thirty aud two thousand cluiriota
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HIRELING
I I. One hired, T?? sakir.
Job 7. i days also like the days of an hireling?
7. 2 hireling looketh for (the reward of) his
14. 6 shall accomplish, as an hireling, his day
Isa. 16. 14 tliree years, as the years of an hireling
21. 16 according to the years of an hireling
Mai. 3. 5 that oppress the hireling in (his) wages
2. Hired one, hireling, uiffdcaros inisthGtot,
John 10. i? he that is un hireling, .not the shepherd
10. 13 [hireling] fleeth, because he is an hireling
HIS
I. His, of him, <XVTOL hautou.
Matt" i. 21 he shall save his people from their sins
I.IIis own, one s MO. foivrou heautov.
Luken. 21 When a strong man armed keepeth his p.
I2 47 that servant which knew his I.or -
13 . 19 which a man took, and cast into his garrt.
14. 26 hate not [his] father, and mother, and wife
15. 5 he layeth (il) on [his] shoulders, rejoicing
15. 20 And he arose and came to [his] father. Bur,
16. 5 So he called every one of his lord s debtors
19. i he called his ten servants, and delivered
Rom. 5. S But Gol commendeth his love toward us
1 Co. 7. 37 decreed . .that he will keep his virgin, do.
2 Co. 3. 13 put a veil over [his] face, that the children
Gal. 6. 8 he that soweth to his flesh shall of the 11.
Eph. 5. 28 He that loveth his wife loveth himself
5. 33 let every one of you so love his wife even
1 Th. 2. 1 1 charged . .you, as a father (doth) his chil.
2. 12 who hath called you unto his kingdom and
4. 4 should know how to possess his vessel ins.
2 Tli. 2. 6 that he might be revealed in his time
Rev. 10. 7 as he hath declared to his servants the pr.
: 3. His men proper, ISios idios.
Matt 22. 5 went their ways, one to his farm, another
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John 5. 18 but said also that God was his Father
1 Ti. 6. 15 Which in his times he shall show, (who is)
Heb. 4. 10 he also hath ceased . . as God . . from his
2 Pe. 2. 16 But was rebuked for his iniquity : the du.
i 4. Of him, TOV ton.
Acts 17. 28 have said. For we are also his offspring
[See also Acquaintances, bring, company].
HIS own
I. His, of him, O.VTOV havtou.
MattiG. 26 gain the. .world, and lose Irs own soul?
27. 60 laid it in his own new tomb, which he had
Mark 6. i went out . . and came into his own country
6. 4 without honour, but in his own country
6. 4 among his own kin, and in his own house
8. 36 gain the. .world, and lose his own soul?
Luke i. 23 accomplished, he departed to his own ho.
5. 25 departed to his own house. jilrifyin,:"" !
5. 29 made him a great feast in his own hnu-i;-
9. 26 when he shall come in his own glory, an 1
18. 7 shall not God avenge his own elect, which
John 7. 53 And every man went unto his own house
Acts 21. ii bound his own hands and feet, aud said
i Co. 6. 14 will also raise up us by his own power
Eph. i. 1 1 worketh . .after the counsol of his own will
i. 20 aud set (him) at his own right hand in the
Heb. 3. 6 Christ as a Son over his own house ; whose
4. 10 he uUo hath ceased from his own works
Jas. i. 26 but deceiveth his own heart, this man s
i Pe. 2. 24 bare our sins in his own body on the tree
Rev. i. 5 washed us from our sins in his own blood
2. Of one s oiwi, auroi~ heautou.
Luke 1 4. 26 his own life also, he cannot be my disciple
Horn. 4. 19 he considered not his own body now dead
8. 3 sending his own Son in the likeness of
i Co. 7. 2 let every man have his own wife, and let
10. 24 Let no man seek his own, but every man
Gal. 6. 4 let every man prove his own work, and
Eph. 5. 29 no man ever yet hated his own tlesh ; but
Phil. 2. 4 Look not every man on his own things
3. Hi.-i own proper, ?5ius idios.
Matt. g. i passed over, and came into his own city
25. 14 (who) called his own servants, and deliv.
Markis. 20 put [his own] clothes on him, and led him
Luke 2. 3 to be taxed, every one into [his own] city
6. 41 the beam that is in thine own eye?
6. 44 For every tree is known by his own fruit
10. 34 set him on his own beast, and brought h.
John 1. 1 1 He came unto his own, and his own reeei.
i. 41 He first findeth his own brother Simon
4. 44 prophet hath no honour in his own coun.
5. 43 if another shall come in his own name
i. 18 speaketh of himself seeketh his OTOI glory
8. 44 he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own
10. 3 aud lie calleth his own sheep by name, and
10. 4 when he putteth forth his own sheep, he
13. i loved his own which were in the world
15. 19 the world would love his own : but beca.
16. 32 shall be scattered, every man to his own
19. 27 that disciple took her unto his own (home)
Acts i. 7 the Father hath put in his own power
1. 25 fell, that he might go to his own place
2. 6 heard them speak in his own lannu.iL, !
4. 32 thethings which he possessed was his own
13. 36 after he had served his own generation
20. 28 he hath purchased with his own blood
13. 30 two whole years in his own hired house
Rom. 3. 32 He that spared not his own Son, but
14. 4 to his own master he standeth or falleth
14. 5 be fully persuaded in his own mind
i Co. 3. 8 every man shall receive his own reward
3. 8 reward, according to his own labour
6. 18 but he. .sinneth against his own body
7. 4 husband hath not power of his own body
7. 37 hath power over his own will, and hath
9. 7 a warfare any time at his own charges ?
ii. 21 one taketh before (other) his own supper
15. 23 every man in his own order : Christ the
75. 38 God giveth. .to even- seed his own body
Gal. 6. 5 For every man shall bear his own burden
i Ti. 3. 4 One that ruleth well his own house, hav.
3. 5 a man know not how to rule his own no-i.
5. 3 But if any provide not for his own, and
Heb. 7.27 for his own sins, and then for the people s
9. 12; 13. 12; Jas. i. 14; 2 Pe. 2. 22.
4.Any one, TIS tis.
Acts ii. 29 every man according to his ability
HIS several
Hi-s OK-H proper, "Sins idios.
Matt 25. 15 gave, .according to his several ability
HISS, to
To hiss, call, pry sharaq.
1 Ki. 9. 8 by it shall be astonished, and shall hiss
Job 27. 23 (Men)- -shall hiss him out of his place
Isa. 5. 26 hiss unto them from the end of the earth
7. 1 8 the LORD shall hiss for the fly that (is)
Jer. 19 8 hiss because of all the plagues thereof
49. 17 and shall hiss at all the plagues thereof
50. 13 astonished, and hiss at all her plagues
Lam. 2. 15 hiss and wag their head at the daughter
2. 16 they hiss and gnash the teeth : they say
Eze. 27. 36 The merchants, .shall hiss at thee : thou
Zeph. 2. 15 every one that passeth by her shall hiss
Zech 10. 8" I will hiss for them, and gather them
HISSING
I. Hissing, nippy, [v L. n?iy] she. //// .
Jer. T8. 16 To make their land.. a perpetual hissing
2. Hissing, njjiy shereqah.
2 Ch.29- 8 trouble, to astonishment, and to hissing
Jer. 19. 8 make this city desolate, and an his-ing
25. 9 and an hissing, and perpetual desolations
25. 18 an hissing, and a curse ; as (it is) this day
29. 18 to be a curse.. an hissinc. and a reproach
51. 37 And Babylon shall become, .an hissing
Mic. 6. 16 and the Inhabitants thereof an hissing
HIT, to
To find, K? matsa.
i Sa. 31. 3 archers hit him ; and he was sore woun.
i Ch.io. 3 the archers hit him, and he was wounded
HITHKR
1. 1fere, hither. cVi hflnm.
Kxod. 3. 5 Draw not nigh hither : put off thy shoes
JudgiS. 3 saiil unto him. Who broticht thai- hither?
Ruth 2. 14 At meal time come thou hither, and eat
i Sa. 14. 36 said. .Let us draw near hither unt j God
HITHER 485 HOLD
1 Sa. 14. 38 Draw ye near hither all the chief of the
Psa. 73. 10 Therefore his people return hither ; and
I.Htre, hither, njri henah.
Gen. 15. 16 they shall come hither again : for the in.
2 Ki. 8. 7 saying, The man of God is come hither
3.Here, ^S, na po.
i Sa. 16. ii we will not sit down till he come hither
4.J/itht;r, here, tvOdte enthodc.
John 4. 15 thirst not, neither come hither to draw
4. 16 Go, call thy husband, and come hither
Acts 17. 6 crying, These, .are come hither also
25. 17 when they were come hither, without any
5.1fithfr, here, o>8 hode.
Matt. 8. 29 art thou come hither to torment us before
14. 18 He said. Bring them hither to me
17. 17 Jesus answered. .Bring him hither to me
22. 12 Friend, how earnest thou in hither not
Markn. 3 and straightway he will send him hither
Luke 9. 41 Jesus answering said .. Bring thy son [hi.]
14. 21 bring in hither the poor, and the maimed
19. 27 mine enemies. . bring hither, and slay (th.)
John 6. 25 they said. .Rabbi, when earnest thou hi. ?
20. 27 Reach hither thy finger, and behold my
Acts 9. 21 came hither for that intent, that he might
Rev. 4. i Come up hither, and I will show thee th.
ii. 12 Come up hither. And they ascended up to
HITHER, to bring
To cause to come nigh, c>JJ nagash, 5.
1 Sa. 13. 9 Bring hither a burnt offering to me, and
14. 18 Saul said. .Bring hither the ark of God
14. 34 Bring me hither every man his ox, and
15. 32 Bring ye hither to me Agag the king of
23. 9 he said to Abiathar. .Bring hither the ep.
30. 7 I pray thee, bring me hither the ephod
HITHER, to come
To come nigh, j; nagash.
Josh. 3. 9 Come hither, and hear the words of the Lo.
[See Come hitherj.
HITHER, to call
To call for, fj.eraKa\fo/j.ai nutakaleomai.
Acts io. 32 call hither Sim on, whose surname is Peter
HITHERTO
I. From then, from that time, INO me-a*.
2 Sa. 15. 34 thy father s servant hitherto, so (will) I
2. Yonder, beyond, nx^n halcah.
Isa. 18. 7 terrible from their beginning hitherto ; a
3. Unto thus, hitherto, ns ty ad koh.
Exod. 7. 16 and, behold, hitherto thou wouldestnot
Josh. 17. 14 forasmuch as the LORD hath blessed me h.
4. Unto tJius, hitherto, n$"iy ad kah.
Dan. 7. 28 Hitherto (is) the end of the matter. As for
5. Here, hither, cVn ly ad haloin.
2 Sa. 7. 1 8 that thou hast brought me hitherto?
i Ch.i7. 16 that thou hast brought me hitherto?
6. Unto here, hitherto, n$n -y ad henah.
Judgi6. 13 Hitherto thou hast mocked me, and told
7. Until here or now, &XP TOV otvpo vchri ton deuro.
Rom. i. 13 I purposed to come, .but was let hitherto
8. Until now, itcs &pn he.iJs arti.
John 5. 17 My Father worketh hitherto, and I work
ID. 24 Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my na.
HITHERTO not
yot yet, otiiria oiipd.
i Co. 3. 2 for hitherto ye were not able (to bear it)
HIT-TITES, V-n.
The descendants of Heth, son of Canaan, and inhabiting
the mountainous country of Judah.
Gen. 15. 20 theHittites, and the Perizzites, and theR.
23. 10 Ephron the H. answered Abraham in the
25. 9 the field of Ephron the son of ZohartheH.
26. 34 he took . . Judith . . daughter of Beeri the H.
26. 34 Bashemath the daughter of Elon the H.
36. 2 Adah the daughter of Elon the H., and A.
49. 29 cave that (is) in the field of Ephron the II.
49. 30 bought with the field of Ephron the H. for
50. 13 possession of a burying place of E. the H.
Exod. 3. 8, 17 the Canaanites, and the H., and the A.
13. 5 the Canaanites, and the H., and the Am.
23. 23 the Amorites, and the H., and the Periz.
23. 28 drive out the Hivite. .Canaanite, and. .H.
33. 2 the Canaanite, tbe Amorite, and the H.
34. ii theAmorite, andtheCanaauite, and the H.
Kumi3. 29 the H., and the Jebusites, and the Amor.
Deut. 7. i cast out many nations before thee, the H.
20. 17 the II., and the Amorites. the Canaanite*
Josh. i. 4 all the land of the H., and unto the great
3. 10 drive out. .the Canaanites. and the H., and
9. i the H., and the Amorite, the Canaanite
11. 3 onthewest,and(to)theAmorite,andtheH.
12. 8 the H., the Amorites, and the Canaanites
24. ii the Canaanites, and the H., and the Gir.
Judg. i. 26 the man went into the land of the H., and
3. 5 Israel dwelt among the Canaanites, H. , and
i Sa. 26. 6 Then . . David . . said to Ahimelech the H.
a Sa. ii. 3 of Eliam, the wife of Uriah the H. ?
n.6 David sent . . (saying), Send . . Uriah the H.
IT. 17 fell(some)of the people, .and Uriah the H.
u. 21, 24 Thy servant Uriah the H. is dead also
12. 9 Thou hast killed Uriah the H. with the s.
12. 10 and hast taken the wife of Uriah the H.
23. 39 Uriah the H. : thirty and seven in all
1 Ki. 9. 20 all the people . left of the Amorites, H.
10. 29 so for all the kings of. the H., and for the
11. i Ammonites, Ednniites,Zidonians,(and)H.
15. 5 save only in the matter of Uriah the H.
2 Ki. 7. 6 hath hired against us the kings of the H.
1 Ch.n. 41 Uriah the H., Zabad the son of Ahlai
2 Ch. i. 17 for all the kings of the H., and for the k.
8. 7 (As for) all the people . . left of the H. , and
Ezra 9. i of the Canaanites, the H., the Perizzites
Xeh. 9. 8 to give the land of the Cauaanites, the H.
Eze. 16. 3 father, .an Amorite. .thy mother an H.
16. 45 your mother. .anH.,and yourfatheranA.
HTV-ITES, in villager, midlander.
This word in the original Hebrew is always in the
singular number, and it is quite uncertain whether it
refers to a progenitor or a locality. In the common
English version it is sometimes kept in the singular,
the "
Hivite." The Hivite is named in Gen. 10. 17 and
i Ch. i. 15 as descended from Canaan, son of Ham. It
is difficult to fix their locality ; but at the time of
Jacob s return to Canaan they possessed Shechern,
Hamor the Hivite being the prince of the land. They
were peaceful and commercially inclined (Gen. 10. 21,
23, 28, 29).
Gen. 10. 17 And the H., and the Arkite, and the Sin.
34. s when Shechem the son of Hamor the H.
36. 2 of Anah the daughter of Zibeon the H.
Exod. 3. 8, 17 the Perizzites, and the H., and the J.
13. 5 the Amorites, and the H., and the Jebus.
23. 23 the Canaanites, the H., and the Jebusites
23. 28 which shall drive out the H., the Canaan.
33. 2 I will drive out the. .H., and the Jebusi.
34. ii the Perrizzite, and the H., and the Jehu.
Deut. 7. i the Perizzites, and the H., and the Jebu.
20. 17 the Perizzites, the H., and the Jebusites
Josh. 3. 10 the Hittites, and the H., and the Perizzi.
9. i the Perizzite, the II., and the Jebusite
9. 7 And the men of Israel said unto the K.
ii. 3 and (to) the H. under Hermon in the land
11. 19 save the H., the inhabitants of Gibeon
12. 8 the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the H.
24. ii the Girgashites, the H., and the Jebusite
Judg. 3. 3 and the H. that dwelt in mount Lebanon
3. 5 Amorites, and Perizzites, and H., and J.
2 Sa. 24. 7 And came . .to all the cities of the H., and
i Ki. 9. 20 Hittites, Perizzites, H., and Jebusites
1 Ch. i. 15 And the H., and the Arkite, and the Sin.
2 Ch. 8. 7 the Perizzites, and the H., and the Jebu.
HLZ KI -AH, njijjn Jah is strong.
An ancestor of Zephar.iah the prophet. In the Hebrew
this name is exactly the taxaetaHizkijah and Hczckiah.
B.C. 640.
Zeph. i. i Gedaliah.thesonof Amariah.thesonofH.
EIZ-KI -JAH, !"i, i?jn Jah is strong.
The Hebrew of this name is identical with Hezekiah
and Hizikah ; and there is no doubt that the name
should be taken with that preceding it, as -4<er-hizkijah,
as given in the lists of those that returned from Baby
lon with Zerubbabel. B.C. 638.
Xeh. 10. 17 Ater, H., Azzur
HO !
Ho! (threatening, grief, exhortation), "; n he:.
Isa. 55. i Ho, every one that thirsteth, couie ye to
Zech. 2. 6 Ho, ho ! (come forth), and fiee from the
HOAR, HOARY frost
Hoarfrost, "PE3 kephor.
Exdd 16. 14 (as) small as the hoar frost on the ground
Job 38. 29 hoary frost of heaven, who hath gendered
Psa. 147. 16 he scattereth the hoar frost like ashes
HOAR (or) HOARY hair or bead
Age, gray headedness, nyt? selah.
Lev. 19. 32 Thou shalt rise up before the hoary head
i Ki. 2. 6 let not his hoarhead godown tothe grave
2. 9 his hoar head bring thou down to the gr.
Provi6. 31 The hoary head (is) a crown of glory, (if)
Isa. 46. 4 to hoar hairs will I carry (you) : I have
KOARY,(tobe)
A ge, gray headedness, n~ & sebah.
Job 41. 32 (one) would think the deep (to be) hoary
HO -BAB, 2yn belored.
This name occurs twice. It is doubtful whether it
means the father in law of Moses or his son. In Num.
10. 29 he is called the son of Raguel (or Reuel), who is
identified with Jethro in Ezra 2. 18 compared with
3. i, &c. The words of Judg. 4. n are in favour of
Hobab s identity with Jethro. Yet this is of later date
and a more casual statement.
Xunno. 29 Moses said unto H., the son of Raguel
Judg. 4. ii the children of H., the father in law of M.
HO -BAH, n^n lurking place.
The place to which Abraham pursued the Icings who
had pillaged Sodom. It was situated to the X. of
Damascus. Three miles X. of Damascus there is a
place called ^fasjad Ibrahim, the "prayer place of
Abraham ;" and the tradition is that this is the spot
on which Abraham thanked God after his victory.
Behind this spot tbere is a cleft in the rock wherein
according to tradition the patriarch took refuge on one
occasion from the giant Ximrod. Hobah signifies
" hiding place." The Jews of Damascus hold that the
village of J6bar, not far from Buzzch, is the Hobah of
Scripture, and they have a synagogue there dedicated
to Elijah.
Gen. 14. 15 smcte them, and pursued them unto H.
HOD. Tin glory.
A son of Zophah, a descend nt of Asher. B.C. 1550.
i Ch. 7. 37 Bezer, and H., and Shanima, and Shilshah
HO-DA -IAH, "IVTIH,
of ! nt"]"in huiwurer nf Jah.
This name ought to be given as ffndaviah the son of
Elioenai, a descendant of the royal line of Judah. B.C.
445-
i Ch. 3. 24 And the sons of Elioenai (were) H., and
HO-DAV -IAH, n;yvn.
1. A chief of the half tribe of Manasseh on the E. of the
Jordan. B.C. 800.
i Ch. 5. 24 H., and Jahdiel. .heads of the house of
2. The son of Haseenuah a lienjamite. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 9. 7 Sallu the son of Meshullam, the son of H.
3. A Levite and founder of the family of the Bene-hodaviah.
In Xehtmiah the name is Hodevali (Xeh. 7. 43)
B.C. 638.
Ezra 2. 40 of the children of H.. seventy and four
HO -DESH. cnn new i/ifion.
A wife of Sliaharaim, a Benjamite. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. 9 he begat of H his wife. Jobali. and Zibai
HO-EE -VAH, ni--,T [V.L. rr-pi] Jah is honour.
A Levite family that returned from captivity with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 638.
Xc-h. 7. 43 of the children of H., seventy and four
KO-DI -AH, or HO-DI - U
TAH, n;f n.
1. The wife of one Ezra, a man of Judah ; she is the
same person as Jehudijah in i Ch. 4 18. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 19 the sons of (his) wife H., the sister of Xa.
2. A Levite in the time of Ezra and Xtheiniah. B.C.
445-
Xeh. S. 7 H., Maaseiab, Kelita, Azariah, .Tozabad
9. 5 H. . .said, Stand up. .bless the UK;, your
ID. 10 their brethren, Shebaniah,H., Kelita, Pel
10. 13 H., Bani, Beuinu
3. A chief of the people under Xehemiah. B.C. 445.
Xeh. ic. 18 H., Hashum, Bezai
HOG -LAH, nj>:n magpie.
The third of the five daughters of Zdophehad. The
name is also in Beth-hoglah. B.C. 1450.
Xuni26. 33 Mahlah, and Xoah, H., Milcah, and Tirz.
27. i Xaah, and H.. and Milcah, and Tirzah
36. ii Mahlah, Tirzah, and H., and Milcah. and
Josh.i?. 3 Mahlah, and Xoah, H., Milcah, and Tirzah
HO HAM, crrrtJah protects the multitude.
An Amorite king of Hebron, and one of the five kings
captured and put to death by Joshua in the cave of
Makkedah. B.C. 1450.
Josh 10. 3 Adoni-zedek. .sentuntoH.kingof Hebron
KOISE up, to
To Lft up, firaipu epair i.
Acts 27. 40 noised up the mainsail to the wind, and
HOLD
1.Stronghold, fortified place, ">? K. tsad.
i Ch.i2. S separated, .unto David into the hold to
12. 16 there came of the children . .to the hold
Jer. 51. 30 they have remained in (their) holds : their
2. Stronghold, fortijied jjlace, -ITS?, nysc metsfdah.
1 Sa.22. 4 all the while that David was in the hold
22. 5 Abide not in the hold ; depart, and get
24. 22 and his men gst them up unto the hold
2 Sa. 5. 17 David heard, .and went down to the hold
23. 14 David (was) then in an hold, and the gar.
i Ch.ii. 16 And David (was)then inthehold, and the
Eze. 19. 9 they brought him into holds, that his voice
3. Pit, cellar, h-ole, n -iy tsanach.
Judg. 9. 46 they entered into an hold of the house
9. 49 set the hold on fire upon them : so that
4. Keeping, r^pTjcriy teresis.
Acts 4. 3 put (them) in hold unto the next day : for
5. Watch, ward, <pv\a.Kri phula^ce.
Rev. 1 8. 2 the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage
[See Strong].
HOLD, to
l.To lay or keep hold on, THK achaz.
Ruth 3. 15 Bring the veil that (thou hast), .and hold
i Ch.i3. 9 Uzza put forth his hand to hold the ark
Job 17. 9 The righteous also shall hold on his way
25. ii My foot hath held hisfteps, his way have
Psa. 73. 23 thou hast holden (me) by my right hand
77. 4 Thou boldest mine eyes waking : I am so
139. 10 Even vhere. .thy right hand shall hold me
Eccl. 2. 3 to lay hold on folly, till I niiyht see what
Song 3. 4 I held him, and would uotleth.m go, iBitil
3. 8 They all hold swords, (being) e.vptrt in vr.
Isa. 5. 29 lay hold of the prey, and shall carry (it)
Eze. 41. 6 they had not hold in the wall of the house
2. To bind, 1C* asar.
Song 7. 5 the king (is) held in the galleries
3. To lay or keep hold, pin cha~aq, 5.
Gen. 21. 18 hold him in thine hand ; for I will make
Exod. o. 2 if thou refuse, .and wilt hold them stiH
Judg. 7. ro held the lamps in their left hands, and
16. 26 unto the lad that held him by the hand
Xeh. 4. it other half of them held both the spears
4. 17 and with the other (hand) held a weapon
4. 21 half of them held the spears from thy
HOLD 48G HOLE
Iu. 41. 13 God will hold thy ri, ht hand, saying unto
42. 6 will hold thine h:ind, :ind will keep thee
45. i whose right hand I have h.dden, to sub luo
Jer. 50. 42 They shall hold the how and the lanco
4.7<> sfr&ythcn self, p]ij chazaq, 7.
Dan. 10. 21 none that holdeth with tne in these things
5.7o think, reckon, syri ckashab.
Job 13. 24 Wherefore, .boldest me for thine enemy?
6. To contain, comprehend, "ra knl, 5.
2 Ch. 4. 5 received and held three thousand baths
Jer. 2. 13 broken cisterns, that can hold no water
7. T<> keep hold, *?JiJ qabal, 5.
i:.xodj6. 12 the loops held one (curtain) to another
8. To stand, Dip qwn.
Job 41. 26 The sword, .that layeth at him cannot h.
9. To set, put, place, C r, aib sum., s> m.
FHL 66. 9 Which holdeth our s.ml in life, and suffer.
10. To hold, uphold, retain, "j^n tamik.
Prov 31. 19 and her hands hold the distaff
Amos i. 5, S and him thnt holdeth the sceptre from
11. To catch, keep hoi), t^r? taphas.
Jer. 49. 16 thou. .that .loMest the height of the hill
Eze. 30. 21 to make it strung to hold the sword
12. To have, hold, tx>
fchr>-
ilatt 21. 26 we fear, .for all hold John as a prophet
Kill. 2. 29 Receive him. .and [hold] such in reputat.
1 Ti. i. 19 Holding faith, and a good conscience
3. 9 Holding the mystery of the faith in a pure
Rev. 6. 9 slain, .for the testimony which they held
13. li rtj, -fjv en.
Acts 14. 4 part held with the Jews, and part with the
14. To hold doirn or thoroughly, *caTexw katechii.
Rom. i. 18 who hold the truth in unrighteousness
7. 6 law, that being dead wherein we were h.
Hc-b. 3. 14 we hold the beginning of our confidence
15. 7*i > lay hold on, Kpartta krated.
Murk 7. 3 holding the tradition of th? elders
7. 4 things, .which they have received to hold
7. 8 hold the tradition ofmen, (ai)the washing
Luke 24 1 6 their eyes were holden that they should
Acts 2. 24 was not possible, .he should be holden of
3. ii as the lame man which was healed held
Col. 2. 19 not holding the Head, from which all the
2 Til 2. 15 hold the traditions which ye have been t.
Rev. 2. i These things saith he that holdeth the se.
2. 14 thou hast there them that hold the doctri.
?. 15 them that hold the doctrine ot the Nicol.
7. i holding the four winds of the earth, that
16.7*- take, receive, Aa^8avo> lambanv.
Matt 12. 14 the Pharisees went out, and held a coun.
17.7*0 do, wake, irottiv poie~>.
Markts. i the chief priests held a consultation with
18.7"i) hold at the same time, ffvvfxv sunech~>.
Luke2t. 63 the men that held Jesus mocked him, and
*fl>w Catch, lay, take : also Feast, guiltless, guilty, inno
cent, peace, tongue].
HOLD bock, to
1. To lay or keep hold, nx achaz, 3.
Job 26. 9 He holdeth back the face of his throne
2.7*i> keep back, withhold, darken, Tjyrt chasak.
2 Sa. 18. i5 people returned, .for Joab held back the
HOLD by, to
To lay or ketp hold, Kpurtta krateii.
Matt 28. 9 held him by the feet, and worshipped him
HOLD fat, to
I. To lay or keep hold, piri chazaq, f>.
Job 2. 3 still he holdeth fast his integrity, although
8. 15 he shall hold it fast, but it shall not end.
27. 6 My righteousness I hold fast, and will not
Jer. 8. 5 they hold fast deceit, they refuse to return
50. 33 all that took them captives held them fast
2.7*0 press, crush, hold fast, fnS. lachats.
t Ki. 6. 32 shut the door, and hold him fast at the
3.7"o holdover against, dvrt xo/uai antechomai.
Titus i. Q Holding fast the faithful word as he hath
4. To hold doicm or thoroughly, Kartxw ka.tec.h~>.
1 Th. 5. 21 Prove all . .hold faft that which is good
Heb. 3. 6 If we hold fast the confidence and the rej.
10. 23 Let us hold fast the profession of. .faith
!>. To lay or keep holil, Kpartca krateS.
Matt 26. 48 shall kiss, that same is he : hold him fast
Heb. 4. 14; Rev. 2. 13; 2. 25; 3. n.
.6. To haw, hold, ?x<w fho.
2 Ti. i. 13 Hold fast the form of sound words
7. To watch, observe, k&y, rrjptca tereo.
Rev. 3. 3 [Remember therefore., and hold fast, and)
HOLD forth, to
To hotd upon, ^T X epe<:h!>.
I hil. 2. 16 Holding forth the word of life ; that I may
EOLD (a feast), to
To do, make, observe, nyj,* asah.
i Ki 8. 65 at that time Solomon held a feast, and all
HOLD, to catch
I. To lay or keep hold, ni< achaz.
i Ki. 1.51 caught hold on the horns of the altar, say.
2. To make strong, keep tiold, pn chazaq, 5.
1 Ki. i. 50 and caught hold on the horns of the altar
2. 28 and caught hold ou the horns of the altar
HOLD ion or upon), to lay
1. To lay hold, n achaz.
2 Sa. a. 21 lay thee hold on one of the young men, and
2.7*o lay or keep hold, piri chazaq, 5.
Gen. 19. 16 men laid hold upon his hand, and upon
Judgic?. ip laid hold ou his concubine, and dividt-d
1 Sa. 15. 27 he laid hold upon the skirt of his mantle
2 Ch. 7. 22 laid hold on other gods, and worshipped
Prov. 3. 18 a tree of life to them that lay hold upon
Isa. 56. 2 and the son of man (that) layeth hold on
Jer 6. 23 They shall lay hold on bow and spear; they
Zcchi4. 13 shall lay hold everyone on the hand of his
3. To catch, capture, la>/ or keep hold, e-Sf? taphas.
I)eut.2i. 19 Then shall his father, .lay hold on him
22. 28 If a man tind a damsel . .and lay hold on
i Ki. 13. 4 put forth his hand, .saying, Lay hold on
4.7*< lay or keep hold, tViXajujSat ouai epilambano.
Luke23. 26 laid hold upon one Simon, a Cyrenian
1 Ti. 6. 12 lay hold on eternal life, whereunto thou
6. 19 that they may lay hold on eternal life
5. To lay or keep hold, Kpartta krateo.
Matt. 12. ii will he not layhold on it,andlift(it)out?
14. 3 For Herod had laid hold on John, and
26. 55 sat daily with you . . and ye laid no hold on
26. 57 And they that had laid hold on Jesus led
Mark 3. 21 they went out to lay hold on him : for they
6. 17 laid hold upon John, and bound him in
12. 12 they sought to lay hold on him, but feared
14. 51 young man. .and the young men laid h. on
Heb. 6. 1 3 fled., to lay hold upon the hope set before
Rev. 20. 2 he laid hold on the dragon, that old serp.
HOLD (of on or upon), to take
I. To lay hold, Iflx achaz.
Gen. 25. 26 his hand took hold on Esau s heel ; and
Exodis. 14 take hold on the inhabitants of Palestina
15. 15 trembling shall take hold upon them ; all
Deut32. 41 and mine hand take hold ou judgment, I
2 Sa, 4. 10 I took hold of him, and slew him in Zikl.
6. 6 and took hold of it ; for the oxen shook (it)
Job 21. 6 and trembling taketh hold on my flesh
30. 16 days of affliction have taken hold upon
38. 13 it might take hold of the ends of the earth
Psa. 48. 6 Fear took hold upon them there, (and)
119. 53 Horror hath taken hold upon me because
Eccl. 7. 1 8 good that thou shouldesttake hold of this
Song 7. 8 I will take hold of the boughs thereof
Isa. M. 8 sorrows shall take hold of them ; they
21. 3 pangs have taken hold upon me, as the
2. To take or keep hold, pin cliazaq, 5.
2 Sa. i. ii Then David took hold on his clothes, and
13. ii he took hold of her, and said unto her
1 Ki. 9. 9*Because they, .have taken hold upon other
2 Ki. 2. 12 took hold of his own clothes, and rent th.
Psa. 35. a Take hold of shield and buckler, and sta.
Isa. 4. i take hold of one man, saying. We will eat
27. 5 Or let him take hold of my strength, (that)
56. 4 please me, and take hold of my covenant
56. 6 keepeth . .and taketh hold of my covenant
64. 7 stirreth up himself to take hold of thee
Jer. 6. 24 anguish hath taken hold of us, (and)paiu
8. 21 astonishment hath taken hold on me
50. 43 anguish took hold of him, (.and) pangs as
Zcch. 8. 23 men shall take hold, .shall take hold (of)
3. To reach, attain, overtake, Jjfy nasag, 5.
Job 27. 20 Terrors take hold on him as waters, a te.
Psa. 40. 12 mine iniquities have taken hold upon me
69. 24 let thy wrathful angor take hold of them
Prov. 2. 19 neithertake they hold of the paths of life
Zech. i. 6 did they not take hold of your fathers?
4.7b turn to clasp, np^ laphath.
Judg 16. 29 Samson took hold of the two middle pil.
5. To remove, Jpj nasag, 5.
Mic. 6. 14 thou shalt take hold, but shalt not deliver
6.7*0 let receive, cause to take, ^53 qabal, ~>.
Exod26. 5 that the loops may take hold one of ano.
7.7"o hold, uphold, retain, "!! tamak.
Job 36. 17 judgment and justice take hold (on thee)
Prov. 5. 5 Her feet go down, .her steps, .hold on h.
8.7"o catKh, capture, keep hold, L~5.? taphas.
Isa. 3. 6 When a man shall take hold of his brother
Eze. 29. 7 When they took hold of thee by thy hand
9.7*) catch, capture, keep hold, ys~> taphas, 3.
Prov. 30. 28 The spider taketh hold with her hands
10.7*0 take hold upon, jiriXau/Sdvouai epilambano.
Luke2o. 20 that they might take hold of his words
20. 26 they could not take hold of his words before
HOLD, to take fast
To make strong, take or keep hold, pin chazaq, 5.
Prov. 4. 13 Take fast hold of instruction : let (her)
HOLD (one s peace, to [v PEACE.]
1.7*0 it silenf, deaf, v~i~ charask.
Psa. ti). 12 hold hot thy peace at my tears : for I
83. i hold :v>t thy pe.ice. and be not still, O G.
109. i Hold not thy peace, O God of my praise
2. 7*o keep silent, trn charash, 5.
Gen. 24. 21 wondering at her hel 1 his peace, to wit
34. 5 Jacob held his peace until they were come
Exodi4- 14 fight foryon, :md ye shall hold yourpeace
Kum3o. 4 h-jr father shall hold hislpeace at her: tlu-n
30. 7 held his peace at her in the day that he
30. ii husband heard (it), and held his peace at
30. 14 her husband altogether hold his peace at
30. 14 held his peace at her in the day that he
JudgiS. 10 Hold thy peace, lay thine hand upon thy
1 Sa. to. 27 despised him . . But he held his peace
2 Sa. 13. 20 But hold now thy peace, my sister : he(U)
2 Ki. 1 8. 36 But the people held their peace, and an.
JN eh. 5. 8 Then held they their peace, and found no.
Esth. 4. 14 if thou altogether holdest thy peace at
Job it. 3 Should thy lies make men hold their peace?
13. 5 that ye would altogether hold your peace1
13. 13 Hold your peace.let me alone, thatl may
33 31 hearken unto me : hold thy peace, and I
33. 33 hold thy peace, and I shall touch thee wis.
Prov 1 1. 12 man of "understanding holdeth his peace
Isa. 36. 21 But they held tht-ir peace, and answered
Jer 4. 19 I cannot hold my peace, because thou h.
3.7*0 keep silence, ffty&u signd.
Luke2o. 26 they could not take hold of his words be.
Acts 12. 17 beckoning unto them, .toholdtheirpeace
15. 13 after they had held theirpcace, James
1 Co. 14. 30 to another . . let the first hold his peace
4. 7*o hold one s peace, ai.-jaira.ta siopau.
Matt2o. 31 because they should hold their peace: but
26. 63 Jesus held his peace. And the high priest
Mark 3. 4 lawful, .to kill . But they held their peace
9. 34 they held theirpeace: for bvtheway they
10. 48 charged him that he should hold his peace
14. 61 he held his peace, and answered nothing
Luke i S. 39 rebuked him, that he should [hold his pea. j
19. 40 that, if these should hold their peace, the-
Acts 1 8. 9 Be not afraid, .and hold not thy peace
5.7*0 muzzle, put to silence, <ptu6a phimot.
Mark i. 25 saying, Hold thy peace, and come out of h.
Luke 4. 35 saying, Holdthypeace, andcomeout of h.
HOLD to, to
7*o hold over against, dvTfxoM " antechomai.
Matt. 6. 24 hold to the one, an< . despise the other
LukeiS. i j hold to the one, and despise the other
HOLD up, to
1.7*0 lift up, K?) nasa.
2 Sa. 2. 22 then should I hold up my face to Joab
2.7o support, iji 9 saad.
Psa. 18. 35 thyrighthandhathholdenmeup.andthy
94. 18 My foot slippeth ; thy mercy . .held me up
119. 117 Hold thou me up, and I shall be safe: and
3.7*0 lift up, exalt, en rum, 5.
Exodi;. ii when Moses held up his hand, that Israel
Dan. 12. 7 he held up his right hand and his left
4. To hold, uphold, retain, ~\2~i tumak.
Gen. 48. 17 he held up his father s hand, to remove it
Psa. 17. 5 Holdup my goings in thy paths, (that) my
5.7*0 make to stand, TO-TTJUI hist mi.
Rom 14. 4 he shall be holden up ; for God is able to
HOLD out, to
7*o extend, hold out, Bp; yashdl, 5.
Esth. 4. ii the king shall hold out the golden sceptre
5. 2 the king held out to Esther the golden
8. 4 held out the golden sceptre toward Esther
HOLD upon, to get or take
I. To jiu d, nyrp matsa.
Psa. 1 16. 3 the pain* of hell gat ho. upon me: I found
2.7*0 cause to reach, attain, overtake, tip) nasag, 5.
Psa. 40. 12 mine iniquities have taken hold upon me
HOLDEN, to bo
1.7*o be ca2>(ured, tak- n, 1;^ lakad, 2.
Job 36. 8 (and) be holden in cords of affliction
2. 7*o be supported, ~\~}~} samak, 2.
Psa. 71. 6 Bythee have Ibeen holden . . from thewomb
3.7*0 do, make, .%"; asah, 2.
2 Ki.23. 22 there was not holden such a passoverfrom
23. 23 this passover was holden to the LORD in
4.7*0 l>e held, retained, --; tamak, 2.
Prov. 5. 22 shall be holden with the cords of his sins
HOLDING
7*0 hold, retain, TI?*? tamak.
Isa. 33. 15 shaketh his hands from holding of bribes
HOLDING in
7"o contain, Sir k:tl, 5.
Jer. 6. 1 1 I am weary with holding in : I will pour it
HOLE
1. Hole, hollowed out place, Tft, TH chor, chiir.
1 Sa. 14. it the Hebrews come forth out of the holes
2 Ki. 12. 9 Jehoiada. .bored a hole in the lid of it
Song 5. 4 My beloved put in his hand by the hole
Isa. n. 8 child shall play on the hole of the asp
42. 22 all of them snared in holes, and they are
Eze. 8. 7 wi.n I looked, behold a hole in the wall
Nah. 2. 12 flllei his holes with prey, and his (ions
Zech 14. ia eyes shall consume away in their holes
2. Enclosure, rn:p? misgereth.
Mic. 7. 17 they shall move out of their holes like
S.Cave, cavern, den, ~ry$ mearah.
Isa. 2. 19 they shall go into the holes of the recks
HOLES 487 HOLY
i.IIole, n^pr maqqrbeth.
Ia. 51. i look.. to the hole of the pit (whence) ye
5. Hole, cleft, p pj neqiq.
I MI. 7. 19 shall rest, .in the holes of the rocks, and
Jer. 13. 4 and hide it there in a hole of the rock
16. 16 from every hill, and out of the holes of the
6.A/im.th, opening, 13 peh.
ExodzS. 32 there shall be an hole in the top of it, in
28. 32 woven work round about the hole of it
39. 23 (there was) an hole in the midst of the
39. 23 as the hole of . . round about the hole, that
7. Pit, nrij pachath.
Jer. 48. 28 her nest in the sides of the hole s mouth
8. Hole, burrow, $<a\t6s phuleos.
Matt. 8. 20 The foxes have holes, and the birds of the
Luke g. 58 Foxes have holes, and birds of the air (h.)
HOLES, with
To pierce, 3j3} naqab.
Hag. i. 6 wages (to put it) into a bag with holes
HOLIER, to be
To f>f. set apart, separate, enj} qadesh.
Isa. 65. 5 come not near to me ; for I am holier than
HOLIEST (of all)
1. The separate, set apart objects, ra ayta ta hagia.
Heb. 9. 8 that the way into the holiest of all was
10. 19 boldness to enter into the holiest by the
Z.Ifoty of holies, ayta. ayictiv hagia hagion.
Heb. 9. 3 tabernacle wh. is called the Holiest of all
HOLH.7
Kindly, graciously, 6atus hosios.
i Th. 2. 10 how holily . . we behaved ourselves among
HOLINESS
l.Sepiration, place, or thing set apart, ff^P qodesh.
Exodi.;. ii glorious in holiness, fearful (in) praises
28. 36 and grave upon it . . Holiness to the LORD
39. 30 wrote upon it. .HOLINESS TO THE LORD
1 Ch.i6. 29 worship the LOKD in the beauty of holin.
2 Ch.7o. 21 should praise the beauty of holiness, as
31. 18 they sanctified themselves in holiness
Psa. 29. 2 worship the LORD in the beauty of holin.
30. 4 give thanks at the remembrance of his h.
47. 8 God sitteth upon the throne of his holiness
48. i praised, .(in) the mountain of his holiness
60. 6 God hath spoken in his holiness; I will
89. 35 Once have I sworn by my holiness that I
93. 5 holiness becometh thine house, LORD
96. 9 O worship the LORD in the beauty of holi.
97. 12 give thanks at the remembrance of his ho.
108. 7 God hath spoken in his holiness ; I will
no. 3 in the beauties of holiness from the womb
Isa. 23. 18 and her hire shall be holiness to the LOUD
35. 8 and it shall be called, The way of holiness
62. 9 shall drink it in the courts of my holiness
63. 15 behold from the habitation of thylioliness
63. 18 The peopleof thy holiness have possessed
Jer. 2. 3 Israel (was) holiness to the LORD, .the first
23. 9 and because of the words of his holiness
u. 23 The LORD bless tliee, O. .mountain of ho.
Amos 4. 2 The Lord GOD hath sworn by his holiness
Obad 17 upon mount Zion . . there shall be holiness
Zech.i4. 20 upon the bells.. HOLINESS UNTO THE LORD
14. 21 every pot. . in Judah shall be holiness unto
Mai. 2. n Judah hath profaned the holiness of the
Z.Separation, setting apart, aytacrnos hagiasmos.
Horn. 6. 19 servants to righteousness unto holiness
6. 22 ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the
i Th. 4. 7 not. .unto uncleanness, but unto holiness
1 Ti. 2. 1 5 if they continue in . . holiness with sobriety
Heb.i2. 14 Follow peace with all. .holiness, without
3. Separation, setting apart, aytorrjs hagfotes.
Heb. 12. 10 that (we, might be partakers of his holin.
^.Separation, setting apart, ayiaxrvvr) hayiosn.ne.
Rom. i. 4 according to the spirit of holiness, by the
2 Co. 7. i perfecting holiness in the fear of God
i Th. 3. 13 unblameable in holiness before God, even
^.Reverence, evfffflfia eusebeia.
Acts 3. 12 as though by our own power or holiness
Q. Kindness, gracionsness, 6<Tiori}s hosiotes.
Luke i. 75 In holiness and righteousness before him
Eph. 4. 24 is created in righteousness and true holi.
HOLINESS, as becometh
Proper to
2>riests, itpoirpcir-ris hieroprepes.
Titus 2. 3 in behaviour as becometh holiness, not
HOLLOW
\.Hollow, f}3 kaph.
Gen. 32. 25 touched the hollow of his thigh; andtheh.
32. 32 the hollow of the thigh, .touched the hoi.
I.To be hollow, 23} nabob.
Exodi;. 8 Hollow with boards shalt thou make it: as
38. 7 he made the altar hollow with boards
Jer. 52. 21 a fillet of twelve cubits, .(it was) hollow
HOLLOW of the hand
Handful, Sjjir shoal.
Isa. 40. 12 the waters in the hollow of his hand, and
HOLLOW place
Hollow place, wn?,? maktesh.
*udg 15. 19 God clave an hollow place that (was) in
HOLLOW strakes
Hollow strakes or places, rhnj^jjp sheqaaruroth.
Lev. 14. 37 the walls of the house with hollow strakes
HO -LON, jSn, jiSn strong place.
1. A city in Judah s lot, and assigned to the Levites.
In i Ch. 6. 58 it is called Hilen.
Josh. 15. 51 Goshen, and H., and Giloh; eleven cities
21. 15 H. with her suburbs, and Debir with her
2. A city of Moab, a town of the Mishor or level downs
E. of the Jordan, and named with Jahazah. Hibon and
other known places, but not yet identified : probably
Huron.
Jer. 48. 21 upon H., and upon Jahazah, aud upon M.
HOLY
1.Kind, Tprt cliasid.
Deut33. 8 Thumminand thy Trim (be) with thy holy
Psa. 86. 2 Preserve my soul, for I (am) holy : O thou
145. 17 (is) righteous, .and holy in all his works
2. Separate, set apart, v">i^ qadosh.
Exodig. 6 a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation
29. 31 and seethe his flesh in the holy place
Lev. 6. 16 shall it be eaten in the holy place; in the
6. 26 in the holy place shall it be eaten, in
6. 27 whereon it was sprinkled in. .holy place
7. 6 it shall be eaten in the holy place : it
10. 13 ye shall eat it in the holy place, because
11. 44 ye shall be holy ; for I (am) holy : neither
n. 45 ye shall therefore be holy, for I (am) holy
16. 24 wash his flesh with water in. .holy place
19. 2 be holy : for I the LORD your God (am) h.
20. 7 Sanctify yourselves., and be ye holy : for I
20. 26 be holy unto me ; for I the LORD (am) holy
21. 6 They shall be holy unto their God, and not
21. 7 take a wife . .for he (is) holy unto his God
21. 8 sanctify him. .he shall be holy unto thee
21. 8 forl the LORD, winch sanctifyjyou, (am)h.
24. 9 they shall eat_it in .,,ie holy place : for it (is)
Num. 5. 17 shall take holy water in an earthen vessel
6. 5 he shall be holy, (and) shall let the locks
6. 3 the days of his separation he (is) holy
15. 40 doall my commandments, and beholyun.
16. 3 the congregation (are) holy, every one o>
16. 5 will show who (are) his, and (who is) holj
1 6. 7 whom the LoRD doth choose . (shall be) h .
Deut 7. 6 (art) an holy people unto the LORD thy G.
14. 2, 21 a. holy people unto the LORD thy God
23. 14 therefore shall thy camp be holy : that he
26. 19 be an holy people unto the LORD thy God
28. 9 establish thee anholypeopleuntohimself
Josh.24- 19 he (is) an holy God ; he (is) a jealous God
1 Sa. 2. 2 (There is) none holy as the LORD: for(there
6. 20 able to stand before this holy LORD God :
2 Ki. 4. 9 I perceive that this (is) an holy man of
2 Ch. 35. 3 Levites. .which were holy unto the LORD
Neh. 3. 9 This day (is) holy unto the LORD your G.
8. 10 for (this) day (is) holy unto our Lord: ne.
8. n Hold your peace, for the day (is) holy; ne.
Psa. 22. 3 But thou (art) holy,(O thou) that inhabitest
46. 4 the holy (place) of the tabernacles of the
j
65. 4 goodness of thy house, .of thy holy temp.
99. 3 Let them praise thy . . name ; (for) it (is) h.
99. 5 Exalt ye the LoRDourGod. .(for)he(is)h.
99. 9 Exalt the LORD, .the LORD our God (is) h.
in. 9 He sent, .holy and reverend (is) his name
Prov. 9. 10 knowledge of the holy (is) understanding
30. 3 learned . . nor have the knowledge of the h.
Eccl. 8. 10 come and gone from the place of the holy
Isa. 4. 3 remaineth in Jerusalem, shall be called h.
5. 16 God, (that is) holy, shall be sanctified in
6. 3 said, Holy, holy, holy (is) the LORD of h.
57. 15 high and lofty One., whose name (is) holy
57. 15 I dwell in the high and holy (place), with
58. 13 delight, the holy of the LORD, honourable
Eze. 42. 13 there shall they lay. .for the place (is) h.
Dan. 8. 24 shall destroy the mighty and the holy pe.
3. Separate, set apart, v^a qaddish.
Dan. 4. 8 and in whom (is) the spirit of the holy g.
4. 9 I know that the spirit of the holy gods (is)
4. 18 for the spirit of the holy gods (is) in thee
5. ii in whom (is) the spirit of the holy gods
4. Separation, object set ajxirt, c ~p qodesh.
Exod 3. 5 place whereon thou standest (is) holy gr.
12. 16 an holy convocation, .an holy convocation |
15. 13 in thy strength unto thy holy habitation
16. 23 the rest of the holy sabbath unto the Lo.
22. 31 And ye shall be holy nic-n unto me: neither
26. 33 veil shall divide unto you between the h.
28. 2 thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron
28. 4 they shall make holy garments for Aaron
zS. 29, 35 when he goeth in unto the holy (place)
28. 38 children, .shall hallow in all their holyg.
28. 43 unto the altar to minister in the holy (p.)
29. 6 thou shalt. .put the holy crown upon the
29. 29 the holy garments of Aaron shall be his
29. 30 when he cometh. .to minister in the holy
29. 33 shall not eat . .because they (are) holy
2>. 34 it shall not be eaten, because it (is) holy
30. 25 thou shalt make it an oil of holy ointment
30. 25 ointment., it shall be an holy anointing oil
30. 31 This shall be an holy anointing oil unto me
30. 32 it (is) holy, (and) it shall be holy unto you
30. 35 a perfume .. tempered together, pure. .h.
30. 37 it shall be unto thee holy for the LORD
31. 10 the holy garments for Aaron the priest
31. n anointing oil, and sweet incense for the h.
31. 14 keep the sabbath . .for it (is) holy unto you
31. 15 (is) the sabbath of rest, holy to the LoRX>
s. 19 to do service in the holy (place), the holy
35. 21 all his service, and for the holy garment*
37. 29 he made the holy anointing oil, and the
38. 24 work in all the work of the holy (place)
39. i the holy (place), and made the holy gar.
39. 30 the plate of the holy crown (of) pure gold
39. 41 to do service ui the holy (place), and the h.
40. i, and shalt hallow it. .and it shall he holy
40. 13 shalt put upon Aaron the holy garments
Lev. 6. 30 to reconcile (withal) in the holy (place)
8. 9 he put the golden plate, the holy crown
10. 10 put difference between ho4y and unholy
10. 17 not eaten the sin ortfriim in the holy place
10. 18 was not brought in within the holy (place)
10. 18 indeed have eaten it in the holy (plaee)
14. 13 the burnt offering, in the holy (place): for
16. a cirme not at all times into the holy (place)
16. 3 Thus shall Aaron come into the holy (pi.
16. 4 He shall put on the holy linen coat, and
16. 4 these (are) holy garments; therefore shall
16. 16 make an atonement for the holy (place)
16. 17 to make an atonement in the holy (place)
16. 20 an end of reconciling the holy (place)
16. 23 put on when he went into the holy (place)
16. 27 in to make atonement in the holy (place)
16. 32 the linen clothes,(even) the holy garments
16. 33 make an atonement for the holy sanctuary
19. 24 the fruit thereof shall be holy, to praise
20. 3 mysanctuary.andtoprofanemyholynama
21. 6 do offer : therefore they shall be holy
21. 22 (both) of the most holy, and of tlie holy
22. 2 they profane not my holy name (in those
22. 32 Neither shall ye profane my holy name
23. 2, 37 shallproclaim(tobe)holyconvocation
23. 3 the sabbath of rest, an holy convocation
23. 4 holy convocations, which ye shall proclaim
23. 7 ye shall have an holy convocation ; ye
23. 8 the seventh day (is) an holy convocation
23. 20 shall be holy to the LORD for the priest
23. 21 it may be an holy convocation unto you
23. 24 blowing of trumpets, an holy convocation
23. 27, 36 shall be an holy convocation unto you
23. 35 first day (shall be) an holy convocation
25. 12 it shall be holy unto you : ye shall eat
27. 9 all that (any man) giveth. .shall be holy
27. 10 it and the exchange thereof shall be holy
27. 14 his house (to be) holy unto the LORD
27. 21 shall be holy unto the LORD, as a field
27. 23 that day, (as) a holy thing unto the LORP
27. 30 all the tithe, .(it is) holy unto the LORD
27. 32 the tenth shall be holy unto the LORD
27. 33 both it and the change thereof shall be h.
Num. 6. 20 this (is) holy for the priest, with the "vav*
18. 10 every male shall eat it : it shall be holy
1 8. 17 they (are) holy : thou shalt sprinkle their
28. 7 in the holy (place) shall thou cause the
28. 18 In the first day. .an holy convocation : ye
28. 25, 26 ye shall have an holy convocation ; ye
29. i ye shall have an holy convocation ; ye
29. 7 tenth .. of this seventh month an holy con.
29. 12 fifteenth, .ye shall have an holy convoca.
31. 6 to the war, with the holy instruments, and
35. 25 priest, which was anointed with the holy
Deut 26. 15 Look down from thy holy habitation, from
Josh. 5. 15 forthe place whereon thoustandest(is)h.
i Sa. 21. 5 and the vessels of the young men are holy
i Ki. 8. 4 all the holy vessels, .in the tabernacle, ev.
8. 8 seen out in the holy (place) nefore the or
8. 10 the priests were come out of the hoiy (p.)
1 Ch.i6. 10 Glory ye in his holy name : let the heart
16. 35 that we may give thanks to thy holy name
22. 19 to bring, .the holy vessels of God, into the
23. 32 should keep, .the charge of the holy (p.)
29. 3 all that I have prepared icr the holy ho.
29. 16 to build thee an house for thine holy name
2 Ch. 5. 5 all the holy vessels that (were) in the ta.
5. it when the priests were come out of the h.
8. n because (the places are) holy, whereunto
23. 6 they shall go in, for they (are) holy : but
29. 5 carry forth the futilities* out of the holy
29. 7 nor offered burnt offerings in the holy (p.)
30. 27 to his holy dwelling place, .unto heaven
35. 3 Put the holy ark in the house which Sol.
75. 5 stand in the holy (place), according to the
35. 13 but the (other) holy (offerings) sod they
Ezra 8 28 Ye (are) holy, .the vessels (are) holy also
9. 2 so that the holy seed have mingled them.
9. 8 to give us a nail in his holy place, that
Neh. 9. 14 madest known unto them thy holy sabb.
10. 31 not buy . .011 the sabbath, or on the holy
10. 33 for the set feasts, and for the holy (things)
11. i one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem the holy
ii. 18 All the Levites in the holy city, .two hu.
Psa. 2. 6 Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill
3. 4 and he heard, me out of his holy hill
5. 7 in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy
n. 4 The LORD (is) in his holy temple, the L.
15. i LOKD. .who shall dwell in thy holy hill
20. 6 he will hear him from his holy heaven
24. 3 and who shall stand in his holy place?
28. 2 when I lift up my bunds toward thy holy
33. 21 because we have trusted in his holy name
43. 3 let them bring me unto thy holy hill, aud
51. ii and take not thy holy spirit from me
68. 5 judge of the widows (is) God in his holy h.
68. 17 (is) among them, (as in) Sinai, in the holy
79. i O God . . thy holy temple have they defiled
87. i His foundation (is) in the holy mountains
89. 20 with my holy oil have I anointed him
98. i his holy arm, hath gotten him the victory
90. o worship at his holy hill ; forthe LORD our
103. i all that is within me, (bless) his holy name
HOLY HOLY
I sa. 105. 3 Glory ye in Us holy name : let the heart of
105. 42 Forherememberedhisholypromise,(and)
106. 47 Save us. .to give thanks unto thy holy na.
138. 2 I will worship toward thy holy temple
145. 21 let all flesh bless his holy name for ever
Prov 20. 25 the man (who) devoureth (that which is) h.
Isa. C>. 13 the holy seed (shall be) the substance ther.
ii. 9 shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy
27. 13 shall worship the LORD in the holy mount
48. 2 For they call themselves of the holy city
52. i Awake, awake. .<> Jerusalem, the holy
52. 10 The LORD hath made bare his holy arm in
56. 7 them will I bring to my holy mountain
57. 13 but he. .shall inherit my holy mountain
58. 13 from. .doing thy pleasure on my holy day
62. 12 The holy people, The redeemed of the L.
63. to they rebelled, and vexed his holy spirit
63. ii (is) he that put his holy spirit within h.?
64. 10 Thy holy cities are a wilderness, Zion is
64. ii Ourholyandourbeautifulhouse.whereour
65. 1 1 ye (are) they . . that forget my holy mount.
65. 25 shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy
66 20 shall bring, .to my holy mountain Jerusa.
Jer. ii. 1 5 and the holy flesh is passed from thee !
25. 30 and utter his voice from his holy habitation
3 1 . 40 the whole valley . . (shall be) holy unto the
Eze. -jo. 39 pollute ye my holy name no more with your
20. 40 in mine holy mountain, in the mountain of
22. 26 have put no difference between the holy
28. 14 thou wast upon the holy mountain of God
36. 20 they profaned my holy name, when they s.
36. 21 But I had pity for mine holy name, which
36. 22 but for mine holy name s sake, which ye
36. 38 As the holy flock, as the flock of Jerusalem
39. 7 So will 1 make my holy name known in the
39. 7 I will not . . pollute my holy name any more
39. 25 and will be jealous for my holy name
42.13 they (be) holy chambers, where the priests
42. 14 not go out of the holy, .for they (are) holy
43. 7 my holy name, shall the house of Israel no
43. 8 they have even defiled my holy name by
44. 19 lay them in the holy chambers.and they
44. 23 between the holy and profane, and cause
45. i This(shallbe)holy in ah the borders thereof
45. 4 the holy (portion) of the lands shall be for
45. 6 long, overagainst the oblation of the holy
45. 7 on the other side of the oblation of the h.
45. 7 the city, before the oblation of the holy
46. 19 into the holy ckambersof the priests, whi.
48. 10 And for them . . shall be (this) holy oblat.
48. 14 not sell of it. .(it is) holy unto the LORD
48. 18 over against the oblation of the holy (po.)
48. 20 ye shall offer the holy oblation four squ.
48. 21 of the holy oblation . . be the holy oblation
Dan. 9. 16 from thy city Jerusalem, thy holy moun.
9. 20 my supplication . . for the holy mountain
9. 24 upon thy people, and upon thy holy city
ii. 28 and his heart, .against the holy covenant
ii. 30 against the holy covenant, .forsake the h.
11. 45 the seas in the glorious holy mountain
12. 7 to scatter the power of the holy people
Joel --. i and sound an alarm in my holy mountain
3. 17 your God dwelling in Zion, my holy moun.
3. 17 then shall Jerusalem be holy, and there
Amos 2. 7 That pant, .to profane my holy name
Obad. 1 6 as ye have drunk upon my holy mountain
Jon. 2. 4 yet I will look again toward thy holy tern.
2. 7 my prayer came, .into thine holy temple
Mic. i. 2 Lord GOD . . the Lord from his holy temple
Hab. 2. 20 But the LORD (is) in his holy temple : let
Zeph. 3. 1 1 be haughty because of my holy mountain
Hag. 2. 12 If one l>ear holy flesh in the skirt of his
Zech. 2. 12 inherit Judah his portion in the holy land
2. 13 for he is raised up out of his holy habit.
8. 3 mountain of the LORD . . the holy mountain
5.Separate, set apart, holt/, ayios haf/ios.
Matt. 4. 5 the devil taketh him up into the holy city
7. 6 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs
24. 15 see the abomination . .stand in the holy j>.
25. 31 and all the [holy] angels with him, then
37. 53 went into the holy city, and appeared unto
Mark 6. 20 knowing, .he was a just man and an holy
8. 38 the glory of his Father with the holy ang.
Luke i. 40 For he that is mighty, .holy (is) his name
i. 70 As he spake by the mouth of his holy pr.
1. 72 and to remember his holy covenant
2, 23 that openeth the womb shall be called h.
q. 26 (in his) Father s, and of the holy angels
Johni;. ii Holy Father, keep through thine own n.
Acts 3. 21 by the mouth of all his holy prophets si.
4. 27 For of a truth against thy holy child Je.
4. 30 may be done by the name of thy holy oh.
6. 13 words against this holy place, and the law
7. 33 place where thoustandestis holy ground
10. 22 was warned from God by an holy angel
21. 28 and further, .hath polluted this holy pi.
Rom. i. 2 Which he had promised . .in the holy scr.
7. 12 Wherefore the law (is) holy, and theco. h.
11. 16 if the first fruit (be) holy, the lump (is)
11. 1 6 if the root (be) holy. so (are) the brain-In^
12. i living sacrifice, holy, acceptablenntoGod
16. 16 Salute one another with an holy kiss. The
x Co. 3. 17 temple of God is holy, which (temple) ye
7. 14 children unclean : but now are they holy
7. 34 may be holy both in body and in spirit
16. 20 Greet ye one another with an holy kiss
a 00.13. >2 Greet one another with an holy kiss
Eph i. 4 we should be holy and without blame bef.
2. 21 proweth unto an holy temple in the Lord
3. 5 now revealed unto his holy apostles and
S- 37 it should be holy and without blemish
i. 15 hath called you is holy, so be ye holy
1. 16 it is written, Be ye holy ; for 1 am holy
2. 5 an holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual
r. 9 ye (are), .an holy nation, a peculiar people
- f in Tin- .ill) film, tli. liiilv r/hnumalftA \i t ,
, ifpos hieros, rd Itpa ta hicra.
1 Co. 9. 13 they which ministeraboutholy things, live
2 Ti. 3. 15 thou hast known the Holy Scriptures
7. Kind, graciotu, offios hosios.
i Ti. 2. 8 lifting up holy hands, without wrath and
Titus i. 8 of good men, sober, just, holy, temperate
Heb. 7. 26 (who is) holy, harmless, undeflled. si parati
Rev. 1 5 . 4 glorify thy name . for (thou) only (art ) | h . J
HOLY, to be
1. To be separite, set apart, vh$ qadesh.
Exod2g. 37 whatsoever toucheth. .altar shall be holy
30. 29 whatsoever toucheth them shall be holy
Lev. 6. 18 every one that toucheth. .shall be holy
6. 27 whatsover shall touch, .shall be holy
Hag. 2 12 his skirt do touch bread, .shall it be holy?
1. To separate, set apart, aytdfa haaiazfi.
Rev 22 ii and he that is. .let him be holy still
HOLY day
l.Separatio-n, separate or set apart object, vtyqodetk.
Exodss. 2 there shall be to you an holy day, a sab.
*2.A fea.it, festival loprT) hcorte.
Col. 2. 16 in respect of an holy day, or of the new
HOLY day, to keep
To keep or celebrate a festival, a:ij rhacjag.
Psa. 42. 4 went with a multitude that kept holy day
HOLY GHOST, Hyiov Tri>ev/j.a hagion pneuma.
Mat. i. 18, 20; 3. ii ; 12. 32; 28. 19; Mark i. 8 ; 3. 29;
12. 36; 13. ii ; Luke i. 15, 35, 41, 67 ; 2. 25, 26; 3. 16,
22 ; 4. i ; 12. 10, 12 ; John i. 33; [7. 39;] 14. 26; 20. 22;
Acts i. 2, 5, 8, 16; 2. 4, 33, 38; 4. 8, 31 ; 5. 3, 32; 6. [3,]
5 ; 7- s . 55; s. 15, 17. l^,] 19 ; 9- 17. 31 ; - 38, 44, 45.
47; ii. 15,16, 24; 13. 2, 4, 9,52; 15. 8,28; 16. 6; 19.
2, 2, 6 ; 20. 23, 28 ; 21. ii ; 28. 25 ; Rom. 5. 5 ; o. i ; 14.
7 >
I 5- 3i i i Co. 2. [13] : 6. 19 ; 12. ^ ; 2 Co. 6. 6 ;
13. 14 (13); i Th. i. 5, 6; 2Ti. i. 14; Titus 3 . 5 ; Heb.
2. 4 ; 3. 7 ; 6. 4 ; 9. 8 ; 10. 15 ; i Pe. i. 12 ; 2 Pe. i. 21 ;
U jo. 5. 7;] Jude 2o.
HOLY, (thing or place , most
1. If01 y of holies, cv^.n cnp qodesh haq-qodashim.
Exod26. 33 between the holy (place) and the most h.
26. 34 mercy seat upon the ark . . in the most holy
29. 37 it shall be an altar most holy : whatsoever
30. 10 atonement, .it (isl most holy unto the L.
30. 29 sanctify, .that they may bemost holy : wh.
30. 36 it shall be unto you most holy
40. 10 sanctify, .and it shall be an altar most h.
Lev. 2. 3, 10 a thing most holy of the offerings of
6. 17 it (is) most holy, as (is) the sin offering
6. 25 be killed before the LORD : it (is) most h.
6. 29 males . . shall eat thereof : it (is) most holy
7 i Likewise this (is) the law. .it (is) most h.
7. 6 Every male . . shall eat thereof . . it (is) m. h.
10 12 eat it without leaven, .for it (is) most h.
10. 17 seeing it (is) most holy, and (God) hath
14. 13 (so is) the trespass offering : it (is) most h.
24. 9 it (is) most holy unto him of the offerings
27. 28 every devoted thing (is) most holy unto
Num. 4. 4 service of the sons, .(about) the most h.
4. 19 when they approach unto the most holy
18. 9 This shall be thine of the most holy thing
18. 9 (shall be) most holy for thee and thy sons
1 8 10 In the most holy (place) shall thou eat it
iKi 6. 16 forthe oracle, (even) for the most holy (p.)
7. 50 the doors of the inner house, the most h.
8. 6 brought in the ark. .to the most holy (p.)
1 Ch. 6. 49 for all the work of the (place) most holy
23. 13 that he should sanctify the most holy th.
2 Ch. 3. 8 he made the most holy house, the length
3. 10 in the most holy house he made two che.
4. 22 the innerdoorsthereforeforthemostholy
5. 7 broughtinthe ark. .intothemostholy(p.)
Ezra 2. 63 should noteat of themo*t holy things, till
Neh. 7. 65 should not eatof the most holythings, till
Eze. 41. 4 said unto me. This (is) the most holy (pi.)
43. 12 limit thereof round about (shall be)mosth.
45. 3 be the sanctuary (and) the most holy (pi.)
48. 12 most holy by the bonier of the Levites
Dan. o. 24 to seal up. .and to anoint the mst holy
Tlie. holy things of the holies. C vHp n V"[qodesh~\
Lev. 21. 22 bread, .of the most holy, and of the holy
2 Ch.3i. 14 oblations of the LORD, and the most Imlyt.
Eze. 42. 13 the priests, .shall eat the most holy things
42. 13 there shall they lay the most hol\ thiiiL s
44. 13 any of my holy things, in the most holy (p.)
; 3. Separate, set apart, holv, Sytos haflios.
I Jude 20 buildingupyourselvesonyourmostholyf.
HOLY, to keep
To separate or get apart, sn$ qadesh, 3.
Exod2o. 8 Remember the sabbath day, to keep it h.
HOLY one
I. Kind, gracious, Ten chasid.
Psa. 16. 10 thou suffer thine holy one to see corruption
89. 19 thou spakestiu vision to thy holy one, and
2. Separate or set apart one, riip qadosh.
2 Ki. 19. 22 (even) against the holy (one) of Israel
Job 6. 10 not concealed the words of the holy one
Psa. 71. 22 with the harp, <t thou holy one of Israel
78. 41 Yea, they, .limited the holy one of Israel
89. 18 and the noly one of Israel (is) our King
Isa. i. 4 provoked, .holy one of Israel unto ai ^rr
5. 19 let the counsel of the holy one of Israel
5. 34 despised th ; word of. . holy one <.f Israel
10. 17 for a fire, and his holy one for a flame
10. 20 stay upon the LORD, the holy one of Israel
12. 6 great (is) the holy one of Israel in the
17. 7 have respect to the holy one of Israel
29. 19 shall rejoice in the holy one of I-i ;n 1
19. 23 sanctify the holy one of Jacob, and shall
30. 11 cause the holy one of Israel to cease from
30. 12 thus saith the holy one of Israel, Because
30. 15 saith the Lord GOD, the holy one of Isiael
31. i they look not unto the holy one of Israel
37. 23 (even) against the holy one of Israel
40. 25 or shall I be equal? saith the holy one
41.14 and thy redeemer, the holy one of Israel
41. 16 (and) snaltglorj in the holy one of Israel
41. 20 the holy one of Israel hath created it
43. 3 God, the holy one of Israel, thy saviour : I
43. 14 LORD, your redeemer, the holy one of I.
43. 15 holy one, the creator of Israel, your king
45. ii LORD, the holy one of Israel, and his m.
47. 4 LORD of hosts (is) his name, the hol> one
48. 17 LORD, thy Redeemer, the holy one of Isr.
49. 7 theRedeemerof Israel, (and)his holy one
49. 7 (and) the holy one of Israel, and he shall
54. 5 and thy Redeemer the holy one of Israel
55. 5 thy God, and for the holy one of Isn.e!
60. 9 to the holy one of Israel, because he hath
60. 14 call thee.. The /ionoftheholyoneof Israel
Jer. 50. 29 proud, .against the holy one of Israel
51. 5 with sin against the holy one of Israel
Eze. 39. 7 that I (am) the LORD, the holy one in Isr.
Hos. n. 9 the holy one in the midst of thee : and I
Hab. i. 12 my God, mine holy one? we shall not die
3. 3 and the holy one from Mount Paran. Stlah
3. One. separate or set apart, r"^ qaddish.
Dan. 4. 13, 23 an holy one came down from heaven
4. 17 the demand by the word of the holy one*
4. Separate, set apart, holy &yios hagios.
Mark i. 24 I know, .who thou art, the holy one of G.
Luke. 4. 34 I know . . who thou art ; the holy one of G.
Acts 3. 14 ye denied the holy one and the just, and
i Jo. 2. 20 ye have an unction from the holy one, and
5. Kind, gracious, ocrios hosios.
Acts 2. 27 neither wilt thou suffer thine holy one to
13. 35 Thou shalt not suffer thine holy one to see
! HOLY place
i l.Place separate or set apart, c:-ps miqdash.
Psa. 68. 35 (thou art) terrible out of thy hojy [.lares
Eze. 21. 2drop(thyword)towardtheholy pl.-ues, and
45. 4 it shall be. .an holy place for the sanctuary
2. To separate, set apart, tr$ qadesh, 3.
Eze. 7. 24 and their holy places shall be defiled
3. Separate, set apart, hob/, Hyiov hagion.
Heb. 9. 12 in once into the holy place ; 9. 24, 9. 25.
HOLY SPIRIT Lk. 11.13, El
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HOLY thing
1. Separation, separateor set apart object, en p godc*h.
Exod28. 38 may bear the iniquity of the holy things
Lev. 5. 15 and sin. .in the holy things of the LOUD
5. 16 harm that he hath done in the holy thing
22. 2 the holy things of the children of Israel
22. 3 goeth unto the holy things, which the <-lnL
22. 4 he shall not eat of the holy thintis. until
22. 6 shall not eat of the holy things, unl. >-
22. 7 and shall afterward eat of the holy thiiigs
22. 10 shall no stranger eat (of) the holy thine
22. 10 servant, shall not eat (of) the holy thing
22. 12 not eat of an offering of the holy things
22. 14 a man eat (of) the holy thing unwittingly
22. 14 give, .unto the priest with the holy thing
22. 15 they shall not profane the holy things of
22. 16 iniquity when they eat their holy things
Num. 4. 15 but they shall not touch (any) holy thing
4. 20 to see when the holy thi ys are coven d
5. 9 every offering of all theholy things of the
18. 19 All the heave offerings of the holy things
1 8. 32 neither shall ye pollute the holy things of
Deut.i2. 26 Only thy holy things which thoii hast, and
1 Ch.23. 28 in toe purifying of all holy things, ai.d the
2 Ch.ji. 6 the tithe of holy things which were conse.
Neh. io. 33 for the set feasts, and for the holy (thingy
1
)
Eze. 20. 40 of your oblat ions, with all your holy tluuiis
22. 8 Thou hast despised mine holy things, and
22. 26 and have profaned mine 1 oh things : they
44. 8 have not kept the charge of mine holy th.
44. 13 nor to come near to any of my holy things
2.Srparate or set opart objeet, ayiov hf/ginn.
Luke i. 35 that holy thing which shall be born of th.
HOLY 489 HONOUR
HOLY portion
tiejHiralioii, separate or set apart object, en p qodesh.
Kze. 45. i offer, .unto the LORD, an holy portion of
HO MAM, c~in raging.
The form under which an Edomite name appears,
which, in Gen. 36. 22, is given Hcinani. Gesenius
considers Hoinaiti the original form. B.C. 1760.
i Ch. i. 39 And the sons of Lotan; Hori, and H.
HOME -
\.Tntt, SnK ohel.
.1 udg. 19" 9 get . . on your way, that thou mayest go ho
2.1i"itse, n 3 bai/ith.
Gen. 39. 16 laid up. .garment, .until his lord came h.
43. 16 Bring (these) men home, and slay, and ma.
43. 26 when Joseph came home, they brought him
Exod. 9. 19 beast which, .shall not be brought home
Lev. 18. 9 born at home, or bon abroad, .their nak.
Dent 24. 5 he shall be free at home one year, and shall
Josh. 2. 18 all thy father s household, home unto thee
1 Sa. 6. 7 and bring their calves home from them
6. 10 and shut up their calves at home
10. 26 Saul also went home to Gibeah; and there
24. 22 Saul went home ; but David and his men
2 Sa. 13. 7 Then David sent home to Tamar, saying,
1 Ki. 5. 14 a month, .in Lebanon, .two months at ho.
-? Ki. 14. 10 glory . . and tarry at home ; for why should
2 Ch. 25. 19 abide now at home ; why shouldest thou
Esth. 5. 10 when he came home, he sent and called for
Psa. 68. 12 she that tarried at home divided the spoil
I rov. 7. 19 For the goodman (is) not at home, he is
7. 20 (and) will come home at the day appointed
Eccl. 12. 5 because man goeth to his long home ; and
Jer. 39. 14 that he should carry him home : so he dw.
Lam. i. 20 Behold,O LORD.. at home (there is) as de.
Hag. i. 9 when ye brought (it) home, I did blow up.
S.Place, Dip!? maqom.
1 Sa. 2. 20 And they went unto their own home
2 011.25. 10 to go home again. . and theyreturned home
4. To cause to turn back, 215? shnb, 5.
Judg. ii. 9 If ye bring me home again to fight against
Ruth i. 21 LORD hath brought me home again empty
2 Sa. 14. 13 the king doth not fetch home again his
Job 39. 12 that he will bring home thyseed.and gather
5. Middle, midst, Tjin, ~h tok, tarek.
Deut 21. 12 thou shall bring her home to thine house
6.0/ics ownproper (house), I$IOS(O!KOS) idios(oikos).
Acts 21. 6 we took ship ; and they returned home
i Ti. 5. 4 let them learn first to show piety at home
7. House, household, olnia. oikia.
Matt. 8. 6 my servant lieth at home sick of the palsy
S.If iuse, household, olxos oikos.
Mark 5. 19 Go home to thy friends, and tell them how
Luke 15. 6 when he cometh home,he calleth together
1 Co. 1 1. 34 if any man hunger, let him eat at home
14. 35 let them ask their husbands at home : for
HOME, their own
Their own, lai/rous (ace.} heautous.
Johii2o. 10 disciples went, .again unto [their own h.]
HOME, to be at
To be among one s people, be at home, ^/5rjjue a>.
2 Co. 5. 6 whilst we are at home in the body, we are
HOME, to go
To turn back, 3*v shub.
i Sa. 18. 2 would let him no more go home to his f.
HOME, to keep at home
I. To remain at home, nij navah.
Hab. 2. 5 a proud man, neither keepeth at home
%, Watching or keeping the house, oiicovpds oikoitros,
Titus 2. 5 [keepers at home], good, obedient to their
HOME again [.Sec Bring, fetch.]
HOME born
1. Native, indigenous, aboriginal, rntx ezrach.
Exodi2. 49 One law shall be to him that is home born
2. Born in the house, tvg T^ yelid biiyith.
Jer. 2. 1 4 (is) ho a home born (slave)? why is he spoil.?
HOMER -
Homer, (a dry measure = 10 ephahs), "ten chomer.
Lev. 27. 16 an homer of barley seed (shall be valued)
Nunin. 32 that gathered least gathered ten homers
Isa. 5. 10 seed of an homer shall yield an ephah
Eze. 45. ii may contain the tenth part of an homer
45. n the ephah the tenth part of an homer: the
45. 1 1 measure thereof shall be after the homer
45. 13, 13 sixth part of an ephah of an homer of
45. 14 the cor, (which is) an homer of ten baths
45. 14 for ten baths (are) an homer
Hos. 3. 2 and (for) an homer of barley, and an half
HOMER, half
Lethek, (a halj homer), !]& lethek.
Hos. 3. 2 of barley, and an half homer of barley
HONEST (thing)
l.Ez;llent, i(ct\os kalos.
Luke 8. 15 which in an honest and good heart, having Rom 12. 17 Provide things honest in the sight of
7. Co. 8. 21 Providing for honest things, not only in
i Pe. 2. 12 conversation honest among the Gentiles
2. Venerable, grave, at/Avcs semnos.
Phil. 4. 8 whatsoever things (are) honest whatsoev.
HONEST, that which it
That which is excellent, rb xaXov to kalon.
2 Co. 13. 7 ye should do that which is honest, though
HONESTLY
1. Decently, becomingly, tva-xri^vias euschemonijs.
Rom 13. 13 Let us walk honestly as in the day ; not
i Th. 4. 12 ye may walk honestly toward them that
*2. Excellent}n, Ka\ias kalOs.
Heb. 13. 18 in all things willing to live honestly
HONESTY
(jrarity, venerableness, o-fjui/Jrrjs sfinnotes.
i Ti. 2. 2 peaceable life in. .godliness and honesty
HONEY
\.lloiiey, vy\ debash.
Gen. 43. ii a little honey, spices, and myrrh, nuts,and
Exod. 3. 8, 17 a land flowing with milk and honey
13. 5 a land flowing with milk and honey, that
16. 31 taste, .(was) like wafers-(made) with honey
33. 3 a land flowing with milk and honey : for
Lev. 2. ii nor any honey, in any offering of the LORD
20. 24 a land that floweth with milk and honey
Num. 1 3. 27 it floweth with milk and honey; and this
14. 8 a land which floweth with rnilk and honey
16. 13, 14 land that floweth with milk and honey
Deut. 6. 3 land that floweth with milk and honey
8. S pomegranates, .landof oilolive.and honey
ii. 9 aland that floweth with milk and honey
26. 9, 15 land that floweth with milk and honey
27. 3 a land that ttoweth with milk and honey
31 20 land, .that floweth with milk and honey
32. 13 made him to suck honey out of the rock
Josh, 5. 6 a land that floweth with milk and honey
Judg 14. 8 bees and honey in the carcase of the lion
14. 9 the honey out of the carcase of the lion
14. 18 What (is) sweeter than honey? and what
1 Sa. 14. 25 and there was honey upon the ground
14. 26 the honey dropped ; but no man put his
14. 29 because I tasted a little of this honey
14. 43 I did but taste a little honey with the
2 Sa. 17. 29 honey, and butter, and sheep, and cheese
1 Ki. 14. 3 And take, .a cruse of honey, and go to him
2 Ki. 18. 32 aland of oil olive and of honey, that ye
2 Ch. 31. 5 honey, and. .all the increase of the field
Job 20 17 thefloods, the brooks of honey and butter
Psa. 19. 10 sweeter also than honey, and the honey c.
81. 16 with honey out of the rock should I have
119. 103 (yea, sweeter) than honey to my mouth
Prov.24. 13 My son, eat thou honey, because (it is)
25. 16 Hast thou found honey? eat so much as is
25. 27 (It is) not good to eat much honey ; so for
Song 4.11 honey and milk (are) under thy tongue
5. i I have eaten my honey comb with my ho.
Isa. 7. 15 honey shall he eat, that he may know t<>
7. 22 honey shall every one eat (that is) left in
Jer. ii. 5 a land flowing with milk and honey, a (it
32. 22 a land flowing with milk and honey
41. 8 and of barley, and of oil, and of honey
Eze. 3. 3 was in my mouth as honey for sweetness
it>. 13 thon didst eat fine flour, and honey, and
16. 19 honey, (wherewith) I fed thee, thou hast
20. 6, 15 land, .flowing with milk and honey
27 17 and Pauuag,and honey, and oil, and balm
2,Honey, /xeAi rneli,
Matt. 3. 4 and his meat was locusts and wild honey
Mark i. 6 and he did eat locusts and wild honey
Eev. 10. 9 it shall be in thy month sweet as honey
10. 10 it was in my mouth sweet as honey . and
HONEY COMB
\.Dropping, juice, n|ij nopheth.
Prov. 5. 3 lips of a strange woman drop (as) . . honeyc.
24. 13 honeycomb, (which is) sweet to thy taste
27. 7 The full soul loatheth an honey comb
Song 4. ii lips, O (my) spouse, drop (as) the honey co.
2. Comb of honey, E>j~rt rny; yarath had-debash.
i Sa. 14. 27 dipped it in an honey comb, and put his
S.Comb (of honey), il" yaar,
Song 5. i Ihaveeatenmy honeycomb with my honey
k. Dropping of the Jlowings, Q ? * nEJ [nopheth ].
Psa. 19. 10 sweeter also than ho ley, and the honeyc.
5.A flowing of honey, vyi tp
s tsuph debash.
Prov 1 6. 24 Pleasant words (are as) an honey comb
6.An honeycomb, /j.t\iff<riov K-ripiov jiielission kerion.
Lnke24. 42 of a broiled fish, and of an honey comb
HONOTJR
I.Honour, beauty, majesty, "nn hadar.
i Ch.i6. 27 Glory and honour (are) in his presence
Psa. 8. 5 hast crowned him with glory and honour
145. 5 of the glorious honour of thy majesty
149. 9 this honour ha^e all his saints. Praise
Prov3i. 25 Strength and honour (are) her clothing
2. Honour, beauty, majesty, ~>~L! hadar.
Dan. 4. 36 honour and brightness returned unto me
5. 18 kingdom, and majesty, and glory, and hon.
o. Honour, beauty, majesty, nin hadarah.
Prov 14. 28 multitude of people (is) the king s honour
4. Honour, beauty, brilliancy, tin hod.
Xuni27. 20 shaitput(some)of thine honour uponhim
Psa. 21. 5 honour and majesty hast thou laid upon
96. 6 Honour and majesty (are) before him
104. i thou art clothed with honouracdmajesty
Prov. 5. 9 Lest thou give thine honour unto others
Dan. ii. 21 shall not give the honour of the kmi. <lin
5.1 rcciousness, honour, ip* yeqar.
Esth. i. 4 and the honour of his excellent majesty
1. 20 wives shall give to their husbands honour
6. 3 What honour and dignity hath ln-fiidoue
6. 7, 9, 9, ii the kingdelighteth to honour
6. 6 delight to do honour more than to myself?
8. ; 6 had light, and gladness, and joy, and hono.
Psa. 49. 12 man (being) in honour abkleth not : he is
49. 20 Man (that is) in honour, and uiiderstandeth
Q.Preciousness, honour, ij<: yeqar.
Dan. 2. 6 gifts and rewards and great honour
4. 30 power, and for the honour of my majesty?
7. Weight, heaviness, honour, TO^ kabod.
Gen. 49. 6 unto their assembly, mine honour, be not
N1111124. ii the LORD hath kept thee back from honour
i Ki. 3. 13 also given thee. .both riches and hononr
1 Ch.i7. 18 to thet for the honour of thy sen-ant?
29. 12 richesandhonour(come)ofthee,andthou
29. 28 old age, full of days, riches, and honour
2 Ch. i. ii hast not asked riches, wealth, or honour
i-. 12 give thee riches, and wealth, and honour
17. 5 and he hadriches and honourin abundance
18. i had riches and honour in abundance, and
26. ;8 neither (shall it be) for thine honour from
32. 27 had exceeding much riches and honour
32. 33 inhabitants, .did him honour at his death
Psa. 7. 5 yea, let him. .lay mine honourin the dust
26. 8 andtheplace where thine hononrdwelleth
66. 2 Sing forth the honour of his name ; make
112. 9 his horn shall be exalted with honour
Prov. 3. 16 (and) in her left hand riches and honour
8. 1 8 Riches and honour (are) with me ; (yea)
11. 16 A gracious woman retaineth honour; and
15. 33 wisdom ; and before honour (is) humility
18. 12 is haughty, and before honour (is)huinit
20. 3 an honour for a man to cease from strife
21.21 findeth life, righteousness, and honour
22. 4 By humility, .(are) riches, honour, and life
25. 2 honour of kings (is) to search out a matter
26. i so hononr is not seemly for a fool
26. 8 so (is) he that giveth honour to a fool
29. 23 honour shall uphold the humble in spirit
Eccl. 6. 2 God hath given riches, wealth, and honour
10. i is in reputation for wisdom (and) honour
8. Beauty, glory, n^cn, n-ixgn tipharah, tiphcreth,
Deut 26. 19 in praise, and in name, and in honour
Judg. 4. 9 journey, .shall not be for thine honour
Psa. 71. 8 (with) thy praise (and with) thy honour
Jer. 33. 9 an honour before all the nations of the
9. Glory, Ufrdoxa.
John 5. 41 I receive not honour from men
5. 44 which receive honour one of another, and
5. 44 not the honour that (cometh) from God
8. 54 my honour is nothing : it is my Father
2 Co. 6. 8 By honour and dishonour, by evil report
Rev. 19. 7 glad and lejoice, and give honour to him
10. Weight, honour, rip-fi tinu.
John 4. 44 prophet hath no honour in his own country
Acts 28. 10 Who also honoured us with many honours
Rom. 2. 7 seek for glory and honour and immortality
2. 10 honour, and peace, to every man that w
9. 21 power, .to make one vessel unto honour
12. 10 in honour preferring one another
13. 7 fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour
i Co. 12: 23 upon these we bestow more abundant ho.
12. 24 abundant honour to that (part) which lack
Col. 2. 23 not in any honour to the satisfying of
i Th. 4. 4 to possess, .in sanctification and honour
1 Ti. 1.17 (be) honour and glory for ever and ever
5. 17 be counted worthy of double honour
6. i their own masters worthy of all honour
6. 16 to whom (lie) honour and power everlasi.
2 Ti. 2. 20 some to honour, and some to dishonour
2. 21 he shall be a vessel unto honour, sancti.
Heb. 2. 7 crownedst him with glory and honour
2. 9 Jesus, .crowned with glory and honour
3. 3 he who hath builded . .hath more honour
5. 4 no man taketh this honour unto himself
1 Pe. i. 7 found unto praise and honour and glory
3. 7 husbands, .giving honour unto the wife
2 Pe. i. 17 he received from God the Father honour
Rev. 4. o give glory and honour and thanks to him
4. 1 1 to receive glory and honour and powey
5. 12 Worthy, .to receive, .honour, and glory
5. 13 Blessing, and honour, and glory, and po.
7. 12 honour, and power, and might, (be) unto
19. i [honour], and power, unto the Lord our G.
21. 24 do bring their glory and honour into it
21. 26 bring the glory [and honour] ofthenationa
HONOUR, to get
To be nr become honoured or mighty, ^! kabed, 2.
Exodi4. 17 I will get me honour upon Pharaoh, and
14. i S when I have gotten me honour anon Ph.
HONOTJR, to
I. To honour, "?n hadcr.
Lev. 19. 15 nor honour the person of themighty: (but)
19. 32 Thou shalt. .honour the face of the old
2.7*0 honour, -no hadar, 3.
Dan. 4. 34 I praised and honoured him that liveth
4. 37 Now I., extol and honour the king of he.
3. To jnakc heavy, weighty, honoured, 13? kabed, 3.
Eiod2o. 12 Honour thy friher and thy mother : that
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HONOUR
Deut. 5. 16 Honour thy father and thy mother, as tin-
Jiulg. 9. 9 wherewith by me they honour God and
1 da. 2. 29 and houourest thy sons above me, to make
2. 30 for them that honour me I will honour
15. 30 I have sinned : (yet) honour me now, I
2 Sd. to. 3 Thinkest thou that David doth honour
i Ch.ig. 3 Thinkest thou that David doth honour
Psa. 15. 4 buthe honoureth them that fear the LORD
91. 15 I will deliver him, and honour him
Prov. 3. 9 Honour the LORD with thy substance, and
14. 31 he that honoureth him hath mercy on the
Isa. 29. 1 3 this people . . with their lips do honour me
43. 20 The beast of the field shall honour me
43. 23 neither hast thou honoured me with thy
58. 13 shalt honour him, not doing thine own
Lam. i. 3 all that honoured herdespise her, because
Dan. ii. 38 in his estate shall he honour the God of
11. 38 and a god. .shall he honour with gold
Mai. i. 6 A son honoureth (his) father, and a serv.
4. To make glorious, 5oCw doxazo.
John 8. 54 Jesus answered, if I honour myself, my
8. 54 it is my Father that honoureth me ; of
5.To wak* heavy, honour, rt/j.du> tima t.
Matt 15. 4 Honour thy father and mother : and, He
15. 6 honour not his father or his mother, (he)
15. 8 honoureth me with (their) lips ;but their
19. 19 Honour thy father and (thy) mother; and
Mark 7. 6 This people honoureth me with (their)lips
7. 10 Honour thy father and thy mother ; and
10 19 Defraud not, Honourthy fatherand moth.
LiikeiS. 20 Honour thy father and thy mother
John 5. 23 should honour the Son, even as they hon. i
5. 23 He that honoureth not the Son honoureth I
8. 49 I honour my Father, and ye do dishonour
j
12. 26 man serve me, him will (my) Father hou.
Acts 23. 10 Who also honoured us with many honours
Eph. 6. 2 Honour thy father and mother; which is
i Ti. 5. 3 Honour widows that are widows indeed
1 Pe. 2. 17 Honour all (men). Love the brotherhood
2. 17 Fear God. Honour the king
HONOUR, without
Without honour, unhonoured, Urt^os atimos.
Matti3. 57 A prophet is not without honour, save in
Mark 6. 4 A prophet is not without honour, but in
HONOUR, to do, bring, or promote to
To make weighty, heavy, honoured, 139 kabed, 3.
Nuiti22. 17 I will promote thee unto very great hou.
22. 37 am I not able, .to promote thee to honour?
24. 1 1 I thought to promote thee unto great ho.
Judg 13. 17 sayings come to pass we may do thee ho. ?
Prov. 4. 8 she shall bring thee to honour, when thou
HONOUR, to come to, or be had in
1. To be or become weighty, honoured, 135 kabed.
Job 14. 21 His sons come to honour, andheknoweth
2. To be or become weighty, honoured, 125 kabed, -.
2 Sa. 6. 31 maidservants, .ofthemshalllbehadln h.
HONOUR self, to
Toreckon self heavy, weighty, honoured^y^kabed,?.
Prov. 12. 9 (is) better than he that honoureth himself
HONOURABLE
1. Honour, beauty, majesty, tin hod.
Psa.ni. 3 His work(is) honourable and glorious; and
2. Tn be or become weigh ty, honoured, 123 kabed, 2.
Gen. 34. 19 he (was) more honourable than all the h.
Nuni22. 15 sent, .princes, .more honourable than th.
1 Sa. 9. 6 a man. of God, and (he is) an honourable
22. 14 goeth. .and is honourable in thine house?
2 Sa. 23. 19 Was he not most honourable of three?
23. 23 He was more honourable than the thirty
i Ch. 4. 9 was more honourable than his brethren
H. 21 he was more honourable than the two, for
1 1. 25 he was honourable among the thirty, but
Isa. 3. 5 and the base against the honourable
23. 8 whose traffickers (are) the honourable of
23. 9 bring into contempt all the honourable of
3. To be made heavy, weighty, honour?/], 135 kabed, 4.
Isa. 58. 138 delight, the holy of the LORD, honour.
4. Weight, heaviness, honour, rta$ kabod.
Isa. 5. 13 and their honourable men (are) famished
5. Glorious, in glory, ??8oo* endoxo*.
1 Oo. 4. 10 ye (are) honourable, but we (are) despised
6. Well fashioned, tvyx^fitav euschemdn.
Markis. 43 Joseph, .an honourable counsellor, which
Acts 13. 50 stirred up the devout and honourable w.
17. 12 of honourable women which were Greeks
7. Weighty, honourable, rifj-ios timios.
Heb. 13. 4 Marriage (is)honourable in all, and theb.
^.Lifted up of face, D j? vi?) nasa phanim.
2 Ki. 5. i Naaman . .was a great man . .and honour.
Isa. 3. 3 the honourable man, and the counsellor
9. 15 The ancient and honourable, he (is) the h.
HONOURABLE, less
Without honour, or i"ei;/ht, &TI/UO* alimos.
i Co. 12. 23 which we think to be less honourable
HONOURABLE, more
Honourable, in honour, <Vrifior entinios.
Luke 14. 8 lest a more honourable man than thou be
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HONOURABLE, to be
Isa. 43. 4 thou hast been honourable, and I have
HONOURABLE, to make
To make honourable, -nK adar, 5.
Isa. 42. 21 magnify the law, and make (it) honour.
HONOURABLE man or woman - -
1. To be heavy, weighty, honourable, 135 kabed, 2.
Nah. 3. 10 and they cast lots for her honourable men
2. Lifted up efface, }$ mtr: [nasa].
Job 22. 8 and the honourable man dwelt in it
3. Precious, rare, ~i$l yaqar.
Psa. 45. 9 (were) among thy honourable women
HONOURED, to be
1. To be or become honoured or adorned, "nn hadar,1.
Lam. 5. 12 the faces of elders were not honoured
2. To be or become weighty, honoured, 13? kabed, 2.
i;\od ; ( . 4 and I will be honoured upon Pharaoh, and
3. To be made weighty, heavy, honoured, 139 kabed, 4.
Prov 13. 18 that regardeth reproof shall be honoured
27. 18 that waitethonhis master shall be houo.
4.7V; moke glorious, 5oaw doxazT,.
1 Co. 12. 26 or one member be honoured, all the me.
HOOD
A liood, diadem, filf tsaniph.
Isa. 3. 23 the fine linen, and the hoods, and the ve.
HOOF
Hoof, my; 9 parsah.
Exodio. 26 there shall not an hoof be left behind : for
Lev. H. 3 Whatsoever parteth the hoof, and is clo.
ii. 4 divide the hoof, .divideth not the hoof
ii. 5 And the coney., divideth not the hoof ; he
H. 6 cheweth the cud, but divideth not the h.
ii. 7 the swine, though he divide the hoof, and
ii 26 of every beast which divideth the hoof
Deuti4 6 every beast that parteth the hoof, and cl.
14. 7 the cloven hoof, .but divide not the hoof
14. 8 the swine, because it divideth the hoof
Isa. 5. 28 their horses hoofs shall be counted like
Jer. 47. 3 noise of the stamping of the hoofs of his
Eze. 26. H With the hoofs of his horses shall he tread
32. 13 neither shall, .the hoofs of beasts trouble
Mic. 4. 13 I will make thy hoofs brass; and thoush.
HOOFS, to have
To divide, have hoofs, 0-39 paras, 5.
Psa. 69. 31 ox (or) bullock that hath horns and hoofs
HOOK
\.R?ed, PCJX agmon.
Job 41 2 Canst thou put an hook into his nose? or
2. Hook, peg, 11 rar.
Exod26. 32 their hooks (shall be of) gold, upon the
26. 37 their hooks (shall be of) gold : and thou
27. 10, ii the hooks of the pillars and their fill.
27 17 their hooks (shall be of) silver, and their
36. so their hooks (were of) gold ; and he cast
36, 38 five pillars of it with their hooks : and he
38 10, H, 12, 1 7 the hooks of the pillars and their
38. 10 their hooks (of) silver, and the overlaying
38. 28 he maie hooks for the pillars, and overt.
3. Hook, chain, ring (fornose},ny chach..
2 Ki. 19. 28 therefore I will put my hook in thy nose
Isa. 37. 29 therefore will I put my hook in thy nose
Eze. 29. 4 But I will put hooks in thy jaws, and I
38. 4 I will . . put hooks into thy jaws, and I will
4. Angle, hook, n?rt chakkah.
Job 41. i Canstthou draw, .leviathan with an hook?
5. Thorn, hook, njy isinnah.
Amos 4. 2 that he will take you away with hooks
Q.J>ouble hooks, C RSV shephattayim .
Eze. 40. 43 within (were) hooks, .fastened round
7. A hook,fishing hook, &yKiffrpov afikistron.
Matt 17. 27 cast an hook, and take up the tlsh that
HOOK, fish
Thorn, jish, hook, nan Tp sir dugah.
Amos 4. 2 he will take . . your posterity with fish h.
[See aho Pruning hook.]
HOPE
1. Confidence, n9 belach.
Psa. 16. 9 Therefore..my flesh also shall rest in h.
2 .Confidence, jTip? bittachon.
Eccl. 9. 4 joined to all the living there is hope : for
^.Confidence, folly, Sgg kesel.
Job 8. 14 Whose hope shall be cut off, and whose
31. 24 If I have made gold my hope, or have
Psa. 78. 7 That they might set their hope in God, and
^.Confidence, n??,
1
? mibtach.
Jer. 17. 7 Blessed (is) the man. .whose hope the L.
fi-Refug1
, nonip machseh.
Jer. 17. 17 Be not a terror unto me : thou (art) my h.
Joel 3. 16 the LORD (will be) the hope of his people
^.Expectation, rnp? miqvek.
Ezra 10. 2 there is hope in Israel concerning this
Jer. 14. 8 O the hope of Israel, the iavionr thereox
17. n O LORD, the hope of Israel, all that fora.
50. 7 even the LORD, the h^pe of their fathers
HOPE
7. Hope, waiting, ijp seber.
Psa. 119. 116 and let me not be ashamed of my hope
146. 5 his help, whose hope (is) in the LOUD his
8. Hope, expectation, n^mn tocheleth.
Job 41. 9 Behold, the hope of him is in vain : shall
Psa. 39. 7 Lord, what wait I for? my hope (is) in thee
Prov 10. 28 The hope of the righteous (shall be) gtau.
ii. 7 and the hope of unjust (men) perisneth
13. 12 Hope deferred maketh the heart sick : but
Lam. 3. 18 My strength and my hope is perished from
te, expectatimt, rnj3J? tiqrah.
Ruth i. 12 I have hope, (iOI should have an husband
Job 4. 6 thy hope, and the uprightness of thy ways?
5. 16 the poor hath hope, and iniquity stoppeth
7. 6 My days, .are spent without hope
8. 13 and the hypocrite s hope shall perish
ii. 1 8. shalt be secure, because there is hope
11. 20 hope (shall be as) the giving up of the
14. 7 there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down
14. 19 and thou destroyest the hope of man
17. 15 where (is) now my hope? as for my hope
19. 10 mine hope hath he removed like a tree
27. 8 what(is)thehopeof the hypoorite, though
Psa. 71. 5 thou (art) my hope,*) Lord Gc ): (thou art)
Prov. 19. 18 Chasten thy son while there is hope, and
26. 12 (there is) more hope .of a fool than of him
29. 20 (there is) more hope of a fool than of him
Jer. 31. 17 there is hope in thine end, saiththe LORD
Lam. 3. 29 in the dust, if so be there may be hope
Eze. 19. 5 her hope was lost, then she took another
37. ii Our bones are dried, and our hope is lost
Hos. 2. 15 the valley of Achor for a door of hope
Zech-9 . 12 to the strong hold, ye prisoners of hope
10. Hope, I \iris elpis.
Acts 2. 26 moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope
16. 19 saw that the hope of their gains was gone
23. 6 of the hope and resurrection of the dead
24. 15 have hope toward God,which they themse
26. 6 the hope of the promise made of God unto
26. 7 For which hope s sake, king Agrippa, I am
27 20 all hope that we should be saved was then
28. 20 for the hope of Israel I am bound with
Rom. 4. 1 8 Who against hope believed in hope, that
5. 2 and rejoice in hope of the glory of God
5. 4 patience, experience; and experience.hope
5. 5 hope maketh not ashamed ; because the
8. 20 him who hath subjected (the same) in h.
8. 24 hope : but hope that is seen is not hope
12. 12 Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation
15. 4 that we through patience, .might have h
15. 13 the God of hope fill. . ye may abound in h.
i Co. 9. 10 he that ploweth should plow in hope ; and
9. 10 [in hope should be partaker of his hope!
13. 13 abideth faith, hope, and charity, these th.
z Co. i. 7 our hopeof you(is)stedfast, knowing, that
3. 12 Seeing then that we have such hope, we
10. 15 having hope, when your faith is increased
Gal. 5. 5 wait for the hope of righteousness by
Eph. i. 18 may know what is the hope of his calling
2. 12 no hope, and without God in the world
4. 4 are called in one hope of your calling
Phil. i. 20 to my earnest expectation and (my) hope
Col. i. 5 hope which is laid up for you in heaven
i. 23 moved away from the hope of the gospel
1. 27 which is Christ in you, the hope of glory
1 Th. i. 3 patience of hope incur Lord Jesus Christ
2. 19 For what (is) our hope, or joy, orcrownof
4. 13 even as others which have no hope
5. 8 and for an helmet the hope of salvation
2 Th. 2. 16 consolation good hope through grace
i Ti. i. i and Lord Jesus Christ, (which b)ourhope
Titus i. 2 In hope of eternal life, which God, that
2. 13 Looking for that blessed hope, and the
3. 7 according to the hope of eternal life
Heb. 3. 6 rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end
6. it the full assurance of hope unto the end
6. 1 8 to lay hold upon the hope set before us
7. 19 but the bringing in of a better hope (did)
i Pe. i. 3 hath begotten us again unto a lively hope
i. 21 that your faith and hope might be iu God
3. 15 a reason of the hope that is in you with
i Jo. 3. 3 And every man that hath this hope in him
HOPE, to
1.7*0 be confident, trust, lean on, n?? batach.
Job 6. 20 were confounded l>ecause they had hoped
2. To stay, Sin chul
Lam. 3. 26 (a man) should both hope and quietly wait
3. To wait with hope, Sir yachal, 3.
Job 6. ii What(is)my strength, that I should hopeT
Psa. 31. 24 courage, .all ye that hope in the LORD
33. 1 8 upon them that hope in his mercy
r\. 22 be upon us, according as we hope in tin e
71. 14 But I will hope continually, and will yet
119. 43 for I have hoped in thy judgments
119. 49 upon which thou hast caused me to hope
119. 74 glad, .because I have hoped in thy word
1 19. 8 1 My soul fainteth . (but) I hope in thy word
119. 1 14 Thou (art), .my shield : I hope in thy wo.
119. 147 prevented, .and cried : I hoped in thy wo.
130. 7 Let Israel hope in the LORD : for with the
131. 3 Israel hope in the LORD from henceforth
147. ii pleasure, .in those that hope in hism.T<-y
Eze. 13. 6 to hope that they would confirm the word
4. To wait with hope, Sir yachal, 5.
Psa. 38. 15 in thee, LORD, do Ihope : thou v.ilthear
42. 5, 1 1 hope thou in God ; for I shall yet praise
43. 5 hope iu God ; for I shall yet nraise him
HOPE 491 HORSE
Psa.ijo. 5 soul doth wait, in his word do I hope
Lain. 3. 24 my portion, .therefore will I hope in him
5.T/> hope., wait, look for, 13? sabar, 3.
Kath. 9. i enemies of the Jews hoped to have power
Psa. IK). 166 LORD, I have hoped for thy salvation, and
Isa. 38. 1 8 they that go. .cannot hope for thy truth
6. To h tpe, t\irifa elpiz l.
Luke 6. 34 lend (to them) of whom ye hope to receive
23. 8 he hoped to have seen sonic miracle done
Acts 24. 26 He hoped also that moneyshould have been
26. 7 Unto which, .our twelve tribes, .hope to
1 0.13. 7 hopeth all things, endureth all things
2 Co. 8. 5 not as we hoped, but first gave their own
Phil. 2. 23 Him therefore I hope to send presently
i Ti. 3. 14 write I., hoping to come unto tliee shortly
i Pe. i. 13 hope to the end for the grace that is to be
HOPE, to cause or make to -
1. To cause, to lean or trust, naj batach, 5.
Psa. 22. 9 thou didst make me hope (when I was)
2. To cause to wait with hope, Sn; yachal, 3.
Psa. 1 19. 49 uponwhich thou hast causedme to hope for
Eze. 13. 6 they have made (others) to hope that they
HOPE, to have
l.To take refuge, trust, ngn chasnh.
Prov.i4. 32 but the righteous hath hope in his death
2. To wait with hope, Srj; yachal, 5.
Lam. 3. 21 I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope
3. To hope, t\irifa elpiz~>.
i 00.15. T 9 H m this l"e only we have hope in Christ
HOPE for, to
To hope, i\iri&> elpizo.
Rom. 8.24 whataman.ieeth.whydothheyethopefor
8 25 But if we hope for that we see not, (then)
HOPE far again, to
To Jiope away from, aire\iri^ca apelpizo.
Luke 6. 35 do good, and lend, hoping for nothing a.
HOP2, to be no
To be desperate, despairing, c*x; yaash, 2.
Isa. 57. 10 saidst thou not, There is no hope : thou h.
Jer. 2. 25 but thou saidst There is no hope: no; for
18. 12 And they said, There is no hope : but we
HOPED for, thing
To hope, iKirifa elpizo.
Heb. ii. i faith is the substance of things hoped for
HOPH -NI, :EIJ strong.
A sou of Eli the high priest and Judge. B.C. 1141.
i Sa. i. 3 And the two sons of Eli, H. and Phinehas
2. 34 that shall come upon thy two sons, on H.
4. 4 the two sons of Eli, H. and Phinehas
4. 1 1 the two sons of Eli, H. and Phinehas, were
4. 17 thy two sons also, H. and Phinehas, are
HOB,, T~, ~n mountain.
1. The mountain of mountains," on which Aaron died.
It was on the boundary line of the land of Edom, and
was the next halting place of the Israelites after Kadesh.
Num2o. 22 the children of I. . .came unto mount H.
20. 23 spake unto Moses and Aaron \\\ mount H.
20. 25 Take Aaron and Eleazar. .unto mount H.
20. 27 they went up into mount II. in the sight
21 4 they journeyed from mount H. by the way
Deut32. 50 as Aaron thy brother died in mount H.
2. A hill on the northern frontier of Israel [Num.
34- 7, 8].
HO -RAM, eyi elevated.
A kin ;jj of Gezer at the time of the conquest of the S.\V.
part of Palestine. B.C. 1451.
Josh. 10. 33 H. king of Gezer came up to help Lachish
HO -REB, 3-1 h ivaste.
The range of mountains of which Sinai is the chief.
S"rbal is now understood to be the range, and Jabellivsa
( "mount of Moses") to be Sinai. See Sinai.
Exod. 3. i and came to the mountain of God. .to H.
17. 61 will stand, .there upon the rock in H.
33. 6 Israel stripped themselves, .by. .mount H.
Deut. i. 2 eleven days . . from H. by the way of mount
i. 6 The LORD our God spake unto us in H.
i. 19 when we departed from H., we went thr.
4. 10 stoodest before the LOKD thy God in H.
4. 15 the LORD spake unto you in H. out of the
5. 2 LORD. .God made a covenant with us in H.
9. 3 Also in H. ye provoked the LORD to wrath
18. 16 thou desiredst of the LORD thy God in H.
29. i the covenant that he made;with them in H.
1 Ki. 8. 9 two tables . . which Moses put there at H.
19. 8 forty days and forty nights unto H. the
2 Ch. 5. io"two tables which Moses put. .at H. when
Psa.io5. 19 They made a calf in H., and worshipped
Mai. 4. 4 which I commanded unto him in H. for
HO -REM, c-in fortress.
A fortified place in the territory of Xaphtali, named
with Iron and Migdalel. It is now called Hurah, near
1 an n, on a Tell at the S. end of the Wady-cl-Ain.
Josh 19. 38 Iron, and Migdal-el, H., and Beth-anath
HOR HA-GID GAD.-n-pn -in hill A ofUie cleft. desert station where the Israelites encamped ; pro
bably the same as Gudgodah (Deut. 10. 7). Num 33 . 32 And they removed, .and encamped at H.
33- 33 they went from H., and pitched in Jotb.
HO -HI, "in, ^n fret, noble.
1. A Horite, the son of Lotau, son of Seir. B.C. 1780.
Gen. 36. 22 And the children of Lotan were H. and II.
36. 30 these (are) the dukes (that came) of H.
[Here it has the article prefixed, and is precisely the
same word as that rendered "the llorites" in Gen. 36.
21 and 29].
i Ch. i. 39 And the sons of Lotan ; H., and Homarn
2. A Simeonite whose son Shaphat was one of the spies.
B.C. 1 4 so.
Numi3. 5 the tribe of Simeon, Shaphat the son of II.
HO -RIM, HO -RITES, "inn, C -inrt troglodytes.
The aboriginal inhabitants of Mount Seir, probably
related to the Emini and Rephaim. Their excavated
dwellings are still found in hundreds in the sandstone
cliffs and mountains of Edom, but especially at Petra.
Perhaps they are referred to in Job 30. 6, 7.
Gen. 14. 6 the H. in their mount Seir, unto El-paran
36. 20 These (are) the sons of Seir the H., who
36 21 these (are) the dukes of the H., the chil.
36. 29 These (are) the dukes, .of the H. dukes
Deut. 2. 12 The II. also dwelt in Seir before time; but
2. 22 when lie destroyed the II. from before
HOR -MAH, nrp-in fortress.
Under its earlier name Zephath it was the chief town
of the king of a Canaanitish town on the S. of Palestine.
After its reduction by Joshua it became a territory of
Judah, but belonged to Simeon whose territory is rec
koned as part of the former. It is now called Es-Svfa
and is situated in the gap in the mountain barrier run
ning S.W. and N.E., completing the plateau of southern
Palestine. See /ephath.
Numi4. 45 smote them, .discomfited them, .unto H.
21. 3 and he called the name of the place H.
Deut. i. 44 and destroyed you in Seir, (even) unto H.
Josh 12. 14 The king of H., one ; the king of Arad, one
15. 30 And Eltolad, and Chesil, and H.
19. 4 And Eltolad, and Bethul, and H.
Judg. i. 17 And the name of the city was called H.
T Sa. 30. 30 And to (them) which (were) in H., and to
i Ch. 4. 30 And at Bethnel, and at H., and at Ziklag
HORN
I.Horn, pf5 cjeren.
Gen. 22. 13 a ram caught in a thicket by his horns: and
Exod2;. 2 shalt make the horns . .his horns shall be
29. 12 put (it) upon the horns of the altar with
30. 2 the horns thereof (shall be) of the same
30. 3 sides . . round about, and the horns thereof
30. 10 make an atonement upon the horns of it
37. 25 the horns thereof were of the same
37. 26 sides, .round about, and the horns of it
38. 2 made the horns thereof on the four corn.
38. 2 the horns thereof were of the same : and
Lev. 4. 7, 18, 25, 30, 34 upon the horns of the altar
8. 15 put (it) upon the horns of the altar round
9. 9 put (it) upon the horns of the altar round
16. 1 3 put (it) upon the horns of the altar, and
Deut 33. 17 his horns (are like) the horns of unicorns
Josh. 6. 5 they make a long (blast) with the ram s h.
1 Sa. 2. i mine horn is exalted in the LORD ; my m.
2. 10 he shall . . exalt the horn of his anointed
16. i Fill thine horn with oil, and go, I will
16. 13 Samuel took the horn of oil, and anointed
2 Sa. 22. 3 the horn of my salvation, my high tower
i Ki. i. 39 took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle
1. 50, 51 caught hold on the horns of the altar
2. 28 ard caught hold on the horns of the altar
22. 1 1 son of Chenanah made him horns of iron
1 Ch.25. 5 All these (were). . to lift up the horn. And
2 Ch.iS. 10 Ze-dekiah.. had made him horns ofiron,and
Job 16. 15 I have, .defiled my horn in the dust
Psa. 18. 2 horn of mysalvation, (and) my high tower
22. 21 hoard me from the horns of the uricorns
75. 4 and to the wicked, Lift not up the horn
73. 5 Li ft not up your horn on high: spea^(not)
75. 10 the horns of the wicked, .the horns of the
89. 17 in thy favour our horn shall be exalted
89. 24 and in my name shall his horn be exalted
92. 10 P.tit my horn shalt thou exalt like, .an
112. o h:s horn shall be exalted with honour
118. 27 cords, (even) unto the horns of the altar
132. 17 There will I make the horn of David to 1).
148. 14 He also exalteth the horn of his people
Jer. 17. i is
1
* graven, .upon the horns of your altars
48. 25 Tiie horn of Moab is cut off, and his arm
Lam. 2. 3 cutoff in (his) fierce anger all the horn of I.
2. 17 hath set up the horn of thine adversaries
Eze. 27. 15 (for) a present horns of ivory and ebony.
29. 21 horn of the house of Israel to bud forth
34. 21 pushed all the diseased with your horns
43. 15 the altar and upward (shall be) four horns
43. 20 put (it) on the four horns of it.and on the
Dan. 8. 3 which had (two) horns: and the (two) hor.
8. 5 goat(had) a notable horn between his eyes
8. 6 he came to the ram that had (two) horns
8. 7 and smote the ram, and brake his two h.
8. 8 great horn was broken ; and for it came
8. 9 out of one of them came forth a little h.
8. 20 ram which thou sawest having (two) horns
8. 21 the orrent horn that (is) between his eyes
Amos 3. 14 horns of the altar shall be cut off, and
6. 13 Have we not taken to us horns by our own
Mio. 4. 13 Arise, .for I will make thine horn iron
Hab. 3. 4 he had horns (coming) out of his hand
Zech. i. 18 lifted I up mine eyes, .behold. four horns
i. 19, 21 These (are) the horns which have sea.
i. 21 cast outthehorns. .whichlifted up. .horn
Z.Horn, \~$ qeren.
Dan. 7. 7 behold a fourth beast, .and it had ten h.
7. 8 considered the horns . .another little horn
7. 8 three of the first horns, .in this horn (w.)
7.11 voice of the great words which the horn
7. 20 of the ten horns . . even (of) that horn that
7. 21 the same horn made war with the saints
7. 24 the ten horns out of this kingdom (are)
Z.Horn, Ktpas keras.
Luke i. 69 hath raised up an horn of salvation for
Rev. 5. 6 lamb, .having seven horns and seven eyes
9. 13 a voice from the four horns of the golden
12. 3 dragon, having seven heads and ten horns
13. i ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns
13. ii he had two horns like a lamb, and he sp.
17. 3 beast, .having seven heads and ten horns
17. 7 which hath the seven heads and ten horns
17. 12, 16 And the ten horns which thou sawest
HORN, ink
Ink horn, rtfj3 qeseth.
Eze. 9. 2 clothed with linen, with a writer s ink horn
9. 3 which (had) the writer s ink horn by his
9. ii clothed with linen, which(had) the iukh.
[See also Ram s horn.]
HORNET
Hornet, ivasp, njfiy tsirah.
Exod23. 28 will send hornets before thee, which shall
Deut. 7. 20 the LORD, .will send the hornet among
Jos. 24. 12 I sent the hornet before you, which drave
HORNS, to have
To have or use. horns, p;j qaran, 5.
Psa. 69. 31 ox (or) bullock that hath horns and hoofs
HO-RO-NA -M, e:;~n double caves.
A town of Moab named with Zoar and Luhith, but no
clue has been found to its exact site.
Isa. 15. 5 in the way of H. they shall raise up a cry
Jer. 48. 3 A voice of crying, .from H., spoiling and
48. 5 in the going down of H. the enemies have
48. 34 from Zoar. .unto H. . .heifer of three years
HO-RO-NTTE, Tin.
A native of Horonaim Sanballat -who opposed Xehemiah
in the restoration of Jerusalem. Fiirst derives it
from JReth-horoD.
Neh. 2. 10 M henSanballattheH.. .heard, .itgrieved
2. 19 when Sanballat the H., and Tobiah. .he.
13. 28 son in law to Sanballat the H.: therefore
HORRIBLE (thing)
I. Horror, heat, n^j^i zilajjhah.
Psa. ii. 6 fire and brimstone, and an horrible tern.
^.Wasting, desolation, noise, px^ shaon.
Psa. 40. 2 He brought me up. .out of an horrible pit
3. Vile, horrible, ~v~iy.y shaarur.
Jer. 23. 14 I have seen also, .an horrible thing : they
4. Vile, horrible, "injy? shaantri.
Jer. 18. 13 the virgin, .hath done a very horrible th.
Hos. 6. 10 I have seen an horrible thing in . . Israel
HORRIBLY
Fear, fright, trembling, -iiV soar.
Eze*. 32. 10 theirkingsshallbehorriblyafraidforth.ee
HORRIBLY afraid, to be
To be whirled away, tiV saar.
Jer. 2. 12 be horribly afraid, be ye very desolate
HORROR
I. Terror, .TS N emah.
Gen. 15. 12 an horror of great darkness fell upon him
2. Horror, heat, n^j;?] zalaphah.
Psa. 1 19. 53 Horror hath taken hold upon me because
3. Trembling, horror, fright, rfls* pallatsuth.
Psa. 55. 5 upon me, and horror hath overwhelmed
Eze. 7. 18 horror shall cover them; and shame(shall
HORSE
l.A horse, DID sits.
Gen. 47. 17 gave them bread (in exchange) for horses
49. 17 an adder, .that biteth the horse heels, so
Exod 9. 3 the hand of the LORD is upon . . the horses
14. 9 all the horses (and) chariots of Pharaoh
14. 23 all Pharaoh s horses, his chariots, and hia
15. i, 21 the horse and his rider hath he thrown
15. 19 For the horse, .went in with his chariots
Deutn. 4 what he did. .unto their horses, and to
17. 16 he shall not multiply horses to himself
17. 16 to the end that he should multiply horses
20. i When thou. .seest horses and chariots
Josh. ii. 4 went, .withhorsesandchariotsverynianv
ii. 6 thou shalt hough their horses, and burn
ii. 9 Joshua, .houghed their horses and burnt
2 Sa. 15. i Absalom prepared, .chariots and horses
1 Ki. 4. 26 had forty thousand stallsof horsesforhis
4. ?S Barley also and straw for the horses and
10. 25 horses, and mules, a rate year by year
10. 28 Solomon had horses brought out of Egypt
10. 29 and an horse for an hundred and fifty
18. 5 may find grass to save the horses, .alive
20. i thirty and two kings with him, and horses
20. 20 king of Syria escaped on an horse with the
20. 21 smote the horses and chariots, and slew
20. 25 horse for horse, and chariot for chariot
22. 4 people as thy people, my horses as thy h.
2 Ki. 2. ii a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and
3. 7 as thy people, (and) my horses as thy he.
HORSEBACK 492 HOST
2 Ki. 5. 9 Naaman came with his horses and. .cha.
6. 14 Therefore sent lie thither horses, and d>.
6. 15 host compassed the city both with h>
6. 17 behold, the mountain (was) full of horses |
7. 6 a noise of chariots, and a noise of horses
j
7. 7 left their tents, and their horses, and their
7. 10 horses tied, and asses tied, and the tent*
7. 13 take., five of the horses that remain, which
7. 14 They took therefore two chariot horses
9. 33 her blood was sprinkled, .on the horses
10. 2 (there are) with you chariots and horses
n. 16 way by the which the horses came into the
14. 20 they brought him on horses; and he was
18. 23 I will deliver thee two thousand horses, if
23. ii he took away the horses that the kings of
a Ch. i. 1 6 Solomon had horses brought out of Egypt
i. 17 and an horse for an hundred and fifty
9. 24 horses, and mules, a rate year by year
9. 35 had four thousand stalls for horses and
9. 28 they brought unto Solomon horses out of
23. 15 come to the entering of the horse gate by
25. 28 brought him upon horses, and buried him
Ezra 2. 66 Their horses fwere) seven hundred thirty
Neh. 3. 28 From above the horse gate repaired the
7. 68 Their horses, seven hundred thirty and six
Esth. 6. 8 and the horse that the kin;; riileth upon
6. 9 let this apparel and horse be delivered to
6. 10 haste, (and) take the apparel and the horse
6. 1 1 Then took Hainan the apparel and the h.
Job 39. 18 she scorneth the horse and his rider
39. 19 Hast thou given the horse strength? hast
Psa. 20. 7 Some (trust) in chariots, and some in hor.
32. 9 Be ye not as the horse, (or) as the mule
33. 17 An horse (is) a vain thing for safety : nei.
76. 6 chariot and horse are cast into a dead si.
147. 10 delighteth not in the strength of the hor.
Prov.2i 31 horse (is) prepared against the day of b.
26. 3 A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass
Eccl. 10. 7 I have seen servants upon horses, and
Isa. 2. 7 their land is also full of horses, neither
5. 28 their horses hoofs, .counted like flint, and
30. 16 ye said, No; for we will flee upon horses
31. i and stay on horses, and trust in -.harlots
31. 3 their horses flesh, and not spirit. When
36. 8 I will give thee two thousand horses, if
4.3. 17 bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the
63. 13 led them, .as an horse in the wilderness
66. 20 upon horses . . in chariots, and in litters
Jer. 4. 13 his horses are swifter than eagles. Woe
5. 8 They were (as) fed horses in the morning
6. 23 they ride upon horses, set in array as men
8. 6 as the horse rusheth into the battle
8. 16 The snorting of his horses was heard from
12. 5 then how canst thou contend with horses ?
17. 25 kings, .riding in chariots and on horses
22. 4 kings, .riding in chariots and on horses
31. 40 unto the corner of the horse gate toward
46. 4 Harness the horses ; and get up, ye horse.
46. 9 Come up, ye horses ; and rage, ye chariots
50. 37 A sword (is) upon their horses, and upon
50. 42 they shall ride upon horses, (every one)
51. 21 I break in pieces the horse and his rider
51. 27 cause the horses to come up as the rough
Eze. 17. 15 might give him horses and much people
23. 6, 12 captains and .. horsemen riding upon
23. 20 and whose issue (is like) the issue of hor.
23. 23 captains, .all of them riding upon horses
26. 7 from the north, with horses, and . . chariots
26. 10 By reason of the abundance of his horses
26. ii With the hoofs of his horses shall he tread
27. 14 They, .traded in thy fairs with horses and
38. 4 all thine army, horses and horsemen, all
38. 15 people, .all of them riding upon horses
39. 20 with horses and chariots, with mighty men
Hos. i. 7 will not save them . .by horses, nor by
14. 3 we will not ride upon horses ; neither will
Joel 2. 4 The appearance of them (is) as. .of horses
Amos 2. 15 neither shall he that rideth the horse de.
4. 10 have taken away your horses; and I have
6. 12 Shall horses run upon the rock i will (one)
Mic. 5. 10 I will cut off thy horses out of the midst of
Nah. 3. 2 The noise, .of the prancing horses, and
Hab. i. 8 horses also are swifter than the leopards
3. 8 that thoudidst ride upon thinehorses,(and)
3. 15 walk through the sea with thine horses
Hag. 2. 22 horses and their riders .-hall comedown
Zecn. i. 8 and behold a man riding upon a red horse
i. 8 behind him (were there) red horses, spec.
6. 2 red horses . . in the second . . black horses
6. 3 white horses . . in the fourth . . bay horses
6. 6 The black horses . . go forth into the north
9. 10 T will cut off. .the horse from Jerusalem
10. 3 made them as his goodly horse in the ba.
10. 5 the riders on horses shall be confounded
12. 4 will smite every horse with astonishment
12. 4 and will smite every horse, .with blindness
14. 15 so shall be the plague of the horse, of the
14. 20 shall there be upon the bells of the horses
2. A horse, "iriroj hippos.
Jas. 3. 3 put bits in the horses mouths, that they
Rev. (\ 2 I saw, and behold a white horse : and he
6. 4 there went out another horse (that was)
6. 5 I beheld, and Ion black horse: andhethnt
6. 8 I looked, and behold a pale horse : and his
9. 7 like unto horses prepared unto battle ; and
9. g as the sound of chariots of many horses
9. 17 the horses . .and the heads of the horses
1 4. 20 blood came . . even nnto the horse bridle*
:8. 13 horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls
19. ii heaven opened, and behold a white horse
19. 14 the :i;-mies. .followed him upon white ho.
Rev. 19. 18 That ye may eat. .the flesh of horses, and
19. 19 make war against him that sat on the h.
19. 21 the sword of him that Eat upon the horse
HORSEBACK, ito bring; on
I.A horse, C D sus.
Esth. 8. 10 sent letters by posts on horseback, (and)
I.Riding on a horse, D?D 3ri [ra&oi].
2 Ki. 9. 1 8 there went one on horseback to meet him
9. 19 Then he sent out a second on horseback
3. To cause to rule, ;"3 rakab, 5.
Esth. 6. 9 bring him on horseback through the street
6. ii brought him on horseback through the st.
HORSE HOOFS -
Horse heel, C D 2p2( aqcb sus.
Judg. 5. 22 Then were the horse hoofs broken by the
HORSE LEACH
Leech, nyby, aluqah.
Pro\ 3o. 1 5 The horse leach hath two daughters, (cry.)
HORSEMAN
1 . Horseman, c^s parash.
Gen. 50. 9 there wer.t up . . both chariots and horsem.
Exodi4. 9 his horsemen and his army. . overtookthem
14. 17, 1 8 upon his chariots, and upon his horse.
14. 23 (even) all Pharoah s horses, .and his hors.
14 26 the waters may come . .upon their horse.
14. 28 covered the chariots, and the horsemen
15. 19 went in. .with his horsemen into the sea
Josh 24. 6 Egyptians pursued . . with . . horsemen unto
1 Sa. 8. ii Hewilltakeyoursons..(tobe)hishorsem.
13. 5 six thousand horsemen, and people as the
2 Sa. 8. 4 And David took, .seven hundred horsem.
10. 18 Davidslew. .forty thousand horsemen, and
1 Ki. i. 5 he prepared him chariots and horsemen
4. 26 And Solomon had. .twelve thousand hor.
9. 19 cities for his chariots, and. .horsemen, and
9. 22 and rulers of his chariots, and his horse.
10 26 Solomon gathered . . chariots and horsem.
10. 26 and twelve thousand horsemen, whom he
20. 20 escaped on an horse with the horsemen
2 Ki. 2. 12 the chariot of Israel, and the horsemen
13. 7 Neither did he leave, .but fifty horsemen
13. 14 chariot of Israel, and the horsemen ther.
18. 24 and put thy trust on Egypt for. .horsem.?
1 Ch.iS. 4 David took, .seven thousand horsemen
19. 6 silver to hire . . chariots and horsemen out
2 Ch. i. 14 Solomon gathered chariots and horsemen
i 14 he had., twelve thousand horsemen, which
8. 6 the cities of the horsemen, and all that S.
8. 9 and captains of his chariots and horsemen
9. 25 And Solomon had. .twelve thousand hor.
12, 3 With, .threescore thousand horsemen : a.
16. 8 with very many chariots and horsemen ?
Ezra 8. 22 horsemen to help us against the enemy
Neh. 2. 9 sent captains of the army and horsemen
Isa. si. 7 he saw a chariot (with) a couple of horse.
21. 9 chariot of men, (with) a couple of horse
22. 6 bare the quiver with chariots of . . horsem.
22. 7 horsemen shall set themselves in array at
28. 28 because he will not. .bruise it (with)hish.
31. i trust, .in horsemen, because they are very
36. 9 and put thy trust on Egypt for . . horsemen ?
Jer 4. 29 the noise of the horsemen and bowmen
46. 4 get up, ye horsemen, and stand forth with
Eze. 25. 6, 1 2 captains and. .horsemen riding upon h.
26. 7 with horsemen, and companies, and much
26. 10 walls, .shake at the noise of the horsemen
27. 14 traded, .with horses and horsemen and
38. 4 horses and horsemen, all of them clothed
Dan. 1 1. 40 with horsemen, and with many ships ; and
Hos. i. 7 will not save them by bow., nor by horsem.
Joel 2. 4 and as horsemen, so shall they run
Nah. 3. 3 The horseman lifteth up. .the. .sword
Hab. i. 8 their horsemen shall spread, .their horse.
2.A rider, l$n rakkitb.
2 Ki. 9. 17 Take an horseman, and send to meet them
S.Oimier ofa horse, e:-i* ^3 hial parash.
2 Sa. i. 6 chariots and horsemen followed hard after
4.Horseman, cavalry, {mrucdV hippiknn.
Rev. 9. 16 thenumberof the armyof the [horsemen]
5. Horseman, l-jrirtvs hippeus.
Acts 23. 23 horsemen threescore and ten, and spearm
23. 32 they left the horsemen to go with him, and
HORSES, company of
Song 1.98 company of horses in Pharaoh s chariots
HO -SAH, ri;n refuge.
\. A city of the tribe of Asher, and the. next land mark
on the boundary to Tyre.
Josh 19. 29 and the coast turneth toH.; and the out.
2. A Levite selected by David to be one of the first door
keepers to the ark after its arrival in Jerusalem. B.C.
1042.
i Ch.i6. 38 Obed-edom also the son of .Tednthun. .H.
26. 10 Also H.,ofthechildrenofMerari, had sons
26. ii all the sons and brethren of H. . .thirteen
26. 16 To Shuppim and H. . .westward, with the
HOSANNA
Save, icepray thee I (Heb. ttyyv^) i-cravvd.
Matt 21. 9, 15 saying, Hcsaima to the son of David
21. 9 nameof the Lord ! Hosanna Intbebiffhest
Markn. 9 Hosanna ! Blessed (is) he that eomeu in
Markn. 10 Blessed (be) the kingdom.. Hosanua in the
John 12. 13 Hosanna: Blessed (is) the King of Israel
HO SE -A. i Bnn Jah is help.
The lirst of what are commonly railed the "minor pro
phets," as they appear in the l.iiirlisli Bible. The name
in the Hebrew is Hughea. He pri.plu -led 8.0.784-725.
Hog. i. i The word of the LORI> that came unto Hi.
2 beginning of the word of the LORD by H.
i. 2 IXiKii said to H., Go, take unto thee a wife
HOSEN
Fine upper (jarment, res, [v. L. B*
%
C?] petesh.
Dan. 3.21 were bound in their coats, their hoeen, and
HO-SHA -IAH, n;yrn.
1. A man who led the princes of Judah in the proces
sion in the ceremony oi the dedication of the wail of
Jerusalem. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 32 after them went H., and half of the princes
2. Father of Jezaniah or Azariah, a man of note in thn
time of Nebuchadnezzar. B.C. 610.
Jer. 42. i Jezaniah the son of H., and all the people
43. 2 Then spake Azariah the son of H., and J.
HO-SHA -MA, V^in Jah is heartf.
A son of Jeconiah or Jehoiachin, the last but one of tlj*
kings of Judah. B.C. 580.
i Ch. 3. 18 Shenazar, Jecamiah, H., and Nedabiah
HO SEE -A. or OSHEA, y&tn Jah is htlp.
1. The original name of Joshua the son of Nun. In
Num. 13. 8 it is given Oshea. B.C. 1450.
Deut32. 44 Moses came and spake., he and H. the son
2. The ruler of the tribe of Ephraim in David s time.
B.C. 1015.
i Ch.27. 20 Of the children of Ephraim, H. the son of
3. The nineteenth, last, and best king of Israel. B.C.
729-720; and was subdued and imprisoned by Jargon
king of Assyria.
Ki. 15. 30 H. the son of Elah made a conspiracy ag.
17. i began H. the son of Elah to reign in Sa.
17. 3 H. became his servant, and gave him pr.
17. 4 king of Assyria found conspiracy in Ho.
17. 6 In the ninth year of H. the king of Assy
18. i; 18. 9; 18. 10.
4. A Jew who sealed the covenant with Nehemiab.
Neh. 10. 23 H., Hauaniah, Hashub.
HOSPITALITY
Love of strangers, hospitality, j>i\ottrlaphiloxfnia,
Rom 12. 13 Distributing, .given to hospitality
HOSPITALITY, given to, lover of, use
Lover ofstrangers, hospitable, <f>i\6fvosphil(>zenos.
i Ti. 3. 2 of good behaviour, given to hospitality;.) t
Titus i. 8 a lover of hospitality, a lover of good men
i Pe. 4. 9 Use hospitality one to another without
HOST
1. Strength, wealth, army, force, 7!0 chayil.
Exod i4. 4 I will be honoured, .uponallhishost; that
14. 17 I will get me honour upon, .all his host
14. 28 and covered, .all the host of Pharaoh
15. 4 Pharaoh s . . host hath he cast into the sea
Numsi. 14 was wroth with the officers of the host
1 Sa. 14. 48 he gathered an host, and smote the Am.
17. 20 as the host was going forth to the fight
2 Sa. 8. 9 had smitten all the host of Hadadc ;-t r
24. 2 the king said to. .the captain of the host
24. 4 and against the captains of the host
24. 4 Joab and the captains of the host went
1 Ki. 15. 20 the captains of the hosts which he had
20. i Ben-haded . .gathered all his host togeth.
2 Ki. 6. 14 Therefore sent he thither, .a great host
6. 15 behold, an host compassed the city both
7. 6 of horses, (even) the noise of a great host
9. 5 the captains of the host (were) sitting; and
ii. 15 commanded, .the officers of the host, and
25. i Nebuchadnezzar, .came, he. and all his h.
1 Ch.i8. 9 heard how David had smitten all the host
2 Ch. 14. 9 with an host of athousand thousand, and
16. 7 therefore is the host. . escaped out of thine
16. 8 Were not the Ethiopians, .a huge ho>t
23. 14 the captains .. that were set over the host
24. 23 the host of Syria came up against him
24. 24 delivered-a very great host into their hand
26. ii Uz/iah had an host 01 fighting men, that
Psa. 33. 16 no king saved by the multitude of an host
136. 15 But overthrew I haraoh and his host in the
^.Strength, wealth, army, force, *? ? cfiel.
2 Ki. 18. 17 with a great host against Jerusalem : and
Obad. 20 captivity of this host of the children of
S.Camp, encampvunt, njn? machanrh.
Gen. 32. 2 This (is) God s host : and he called the
Exod 14. 24 looked unto the host, .troubled the host
16. 13 and. .the dew lay round about the host
Deut 2. 14 were wasted out from among the host, as
2 15 to destn.y them from among the host
23. 9 When the host goeth forth against thine
Joab. x. ii Pass through the host, and command the
3. 2 that the officers went through the host
8. 13 all the host that (was) on the north of the
10. 5 went up. they and all their hosts, and en.
11. 4 they and all their hosts with them, much
18. 9 came, .to Joshua to the host at Shijoh
Judg. 4. i* LOKP discomfited Sisera. .and all (bis) ho.
4. 16 after the host, .all the host of sisera fell
7. i so that the host of the Midianites were on
7. 8 host of Miilian was beneath him in the
7. 9 Arise, get thee down unto the host ; for
HOST 493 HOST
Judg. 7. 10 with 1 liurnh thy servant down to the host
7. 1 1 be strengthened to go down unto the host
7. ii of the armed men that (were) in the host
7. 13 a cake, .tumbled inti/ tin: host of Midiau
7. 14 into his hand. .God delivered, .all the host
7. 15 the host of Israel, .the host of Mii!i;in
7. 21 and all the host ran, and cried, and fled
7.22 throughout all the host : and the host tied
8. 10 and their hosts, .all the hosts of the
8. ii and smote the host : for the host was
8. 12 took, .and discomfited all the host
tSa. ii. ii they came into the midst of the host in
14. 15 there was trembling in the host, in the
14. 19 that the noise that (was) in the host of the
17. 46 the carcases of the host of the Philistines
28. 5 when Saul saw the host of the Philistines
28. 19 LORD also shall deliver the host of Israel
29. 6 and thy coming in with me in the host (is)
2 Sa. 5. 24 go out . . to smite the host of the Philistines
23. 16 three . . men brake through the host of the
i Ki.22. 34 carry me out of the host ; for I am woun.
22. 36 went a proclamation throughout the host
a Ki. 3. 9 and there was no water for the host, and
6. 24 Ben-hadad.. gathered all his host, and
7. 4 let us fall unto the host of the Syrians : if
7. 6 the LORD had made the host . . to hear a
7. 14 the king sent after the host of the Syrians
1 Ch. 9. 19 fathers, (being) over the host of the LORD
ii. 15 the host of the Philistines encamped in the
11. 18 brake through the host of the Philistines
12. 22 (it was) a great host, like the host of God
14. 15 gone forth . . to smite the host of the Phil.
14. 16 they smote the host of the Philistines from
2 Ch. 14. 13 destroyed before the LORD, and. .his host
18. 33 thou mayest carry me out of the host; for
Ps>a. 27. 3 Though an host should encamp against
Kze. i. 24 voice of speech, as the noise of an host
1. Host, warfare, service, x^y tsaba.
Gen. 2. i were finished, and all the host of them
21. 22, 32 Phichol the chief captain of his host
Exodiz. 41 all the hosts of the LORD went out from
Num. i. 52 and every man .. throughout their hosts
2. 4, 6, 8, ii, 13, 15, 19, 21, 23, 26, cS, 30 his h.
2. 32 of the camps, throughout their hosts, (we.)
4. 3 all that enter into the host, to do the wo.
10. 14 over his host (was) Nahshon the son of A.
10. 15, 16, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 27 over the host of
10. 1 8, 22, 25 and over his host (was)
31. 48 which (were) over thousands of the host
Dent. 4. i) stars, (even)all the host of heaven, should.
17. 3 worshipped, .any of the host of heaven
Josh. 5. 14 captain of the host of the LORD am I now
5. 15 captain of the LORD S host said unto Josh.
Judg. 4. 2 the captain of whose host (was) Sisera
i Sa. i. 3 and to sacrifice unto the LORD of hosts in
i. ii vowed a vow, and said, O LORD of hosts
4. 4 ark of the covenant of the LORD of hosts
12. 9 Sisera, captain of the host of Razor, and
14. 50 the captain of his host (was) Abner, the
15. 2 Thus saitlfthe LORD of hosts
[So in 2 Sa. 7. 8; i Ch. 17. 7 ; Isa. 3. 15 ; Jer. 6. 9:7. 3,
21 ; 9. 7, 15, 17; ii. 22; 1 6. 9; 19. 3, ii, 15 ; 23. 15, 16;
25. 8, 27, 28, 29, 32 ; 26. 18 ; 27. 4, 19, 21 ; 28. 14 ; 29. 4, 3,
17, 21 ; 31. 23; 32. 14, 15; 33. 12; 35.13, 17, 18, 19; 39.
16; 42. 15, 18; 43. 10; 44. 2; 44. n, 25; 49. 7; 50. 18, 33;
51. 33, 58; Hag. i. 5, 7; 2. 6, ii ; Zech. i. 3, 4, 14, 17;
2. 8; 3. 7; 8. 2, 4, 6, 14, 19, 20, 23; Mai. i. 4.]
1 Sa. 17. 43 to thee in the name of the LORD of hosts
17. 55 said unto Abner, the captain of the host
26. 5 the son of Ner, the captain of his host
2 Sa. 2. 8 the son of Ner, captain of Saul s host
3. 23 all the host that (was) with him werekiome
5. 10 and the LORD God of hosts (was) with him
6. 2 called by the name of The LORD of hosts
6. 18 blessed, .in the name of the LORD of hosts
7. 26 The LORD of hosts (is) the God over Israel
7. 27 thou, O LORD of hosts, God of Israel, hast
8. 16 Joabthesonof Zeruiah (was) over the host
10. 7 Joab, and all the host of the mighty men
10. 1 6 captain of the host of Hadarezer (went)
10. 18 smote Snobach the captain of their host
17. 25 Amasa captain of the host instead of .Toab
19. 13 if thou be not captain of the host before
20. 23 Joab (was) over all the host of Israel : and
1 Ki. i. 19 priest, and Joab the captain of the host
1. 25 the captains of the host, and Abiathar
2. 5 the two captains of the hosts of Israel
2. 32 the host of Israel . .of the host of Judah
2. 35 put Benaiah. .in his room over the host
4. 4 the son of .Tehoiada (was) over the host
11. 15, 21 Joab the captain o_f
the host was
16. 16 made Omri, the captain of the host, king
18. 15 (As)theLoRDofhostsliveth, before whom
19. 10. 14 very jealous for the LORD God of hosts
22. 19 host of heaven standing by him on his
2 Ki. 3.14 (As)the LORD of hosts li\ eth, before whom
4. 13 the king, or to the captain of the host?
5. i captain of the host of the king of Syria
17. 16 worshipped all the host of heaven, and
21. 3 worshipped all the host of heaven, and
21. 5 built altars for all the host of heaven
23. 4 the grove, and for all the host of heaven
23. 5 the planets, and to all the host of heaven
25. 19 the principal scribe of the host, which
i Ch. n. 9 for the LORD of hosts (was) with him
12. 14 of the sonS of Gad, captains of the host
12. 21 mightymen.. and were captains in thehost
17. 24 The LORD of hosts (is) the God of Israel
18. 15 Joab the son of Zeruiah (was) over the h.
19. 8 Joab, and all the host of the mighty men
1 Ch. 19. 18 Shophach the captain of the host
25. i the captains of the host separated to the
26. 26 the captains of the host, had dedicated
27. 3 chief of all the captains of the host for
27. 5 third captain of the host, .(was) Benaiah
2 Ch.iS. 18 the host of heaven standing on his right
26. 14 throughoutall the host, shields, and spears
28. 9 he went out before the host that came to
33. 3 and worshipped all the host of heaven
33. 5 he built altars for all the host of heaven
33. ii the captains of the host of the king of A.
Neh. 9. 6 heaven of heavens, with all their host, the
9. 6 the host of heaven worshippeth thee
Psa. 24. 10 The LORD of hosts, he (is) the king of glory
33. 6 all the host of them by the breath of his
46. 7, ii LORD of hosts (is) with us ; the God of
48. 8 seen in the city of the LORD of hosts, in
59. 5 Thou therefore, O LORD God of hosts, the
69. 6 that wait on thee, O Lord GOD of hosts, be
80. 4 O LORD God of hosts, how long wilt thou
80. 7 Turn us again, God of hosts, and cause
80. 14 Return, we beseech thee, O God of hosts
80. 19 Turn usagain, O LORD God of hosts, cause
84. i amiable(are)thytabernacles,OLoRDofh.!
84. 3 O LORD of hosts, my king, and my God
84. 8 O LORD God of hosts, hear my prayer: give
84. 12 O LORD of hosts, blessed (is) the man that
89. 8 O LORD God of hosts, who (is) a strong L.
103. 21 Bless ye the LORD, all (ye) his hosts ; (ye)
ioS. ii wilt not thou, O God, go. .with our hosts?
148. 2 all his angels: praise ye him, all his hosts
Isa. i. 9 Except the LORD of hosts had left unto us
1. 24 the LORD of hosts, the mighty One of Isr.
2. 12 the day of the LORD of hosts (shall be)
3. i behold, the Lord, the LORD of hosts, doth
5. 7 For the vineyard of the LORD of hosts (is)
5. 9 In mine ears (said) the LORD of hosts, Of
5. 16 But the LORD of hosts shall be exalted in
5. 24 cast away the law of the LOUD of hosts
6. 3 Holy, holy, holy(is) the LORD of hosts : the
6. 5 for mine eyes have seen., the LORD of hosts
8. 13 Sanctify the LORD of hosts himself ; and (1.)
8. 18 from the LORD of hosts, which dwelleth in
9. 7 zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this
9. 13 neither do they seek the LORD of hosts
9. 19 Through the wrathof the LORD of hostsis
10. 16 Therefore shall the. .Lord of hosts, send
10. 23 For the Lord GOD of hosts shall make a
10. 24 thus saith the Lord GOD of hosts, O my
10. 26 LORD of hosts shall stir up a scourge for him
10. 33 the LORD of hosts, shall lop the bough
13. 4 LORD of hosts mustereth the host of the
13. 13 in the wrath of the LORD of hosts, and in
14. 22 I will rise up. .saith the LORD of hosts
14. 23 I will sweep it. .saith the LORD of hosts
14. 24 LORD of hosts hath sworn, saying, Surely
14. 27 For the LORD of hosts hath purposed, and
17. 3 be as the glory, .saith the LORD of hosts
1 8. 7 present be brought unto the LORD of ho.
15. 7 place of the name of the LORD of hosts
19. 4 rule, .saith the Lord, the LORD of hosts
19. 12 know what the LORD of hosts hath purp.
19. 16 shaking of the hand of the LORD of hosts
19. 17 the counsel of the LORD of hosts, which he
19. 18 five cities, .swear to the LORD of hosts
19. 20 for a witness unto the LORD of hosts in
19. 25 Whom the LORD of hosts shall bless, say.
21. 10 which I have heard of the LORD of hosts
22. 5 of perplexity by the Lord GOD of hosts in
22. 12 did the Lord GoDof hosts call to weeping
22. 14 revealed in mine ears by the LORD of hosts
22. 14 till ye die, saith the Lord GOD of hosts
22. 15 Thus saith the Lord GOD of hosts, Go, get
22. 25 In that day, saith the LORD of hosts, shall
23. 9 The LORD of hosts hath purposed it, to
24. 21 LORD shall punish the host of the high
24. 21 when the LORD of hosts shall reign in m.
25. 6 shall the LORD of hosts make unto all
28. 5 In that day shall the LORD of hosts be for
28. 22 I have heard from the Lord GOD of hosts
28. 29 This, .cometh forth from the LORD of ho.
29. 6 visited of the LORD of hosts with thunder
31. 4 so shall the LORD of hosts come down to
31. 5 so will the LORD of hosts defend Jerusalem
34. 4 the host of heaven . . all their host shall
37. 16 LORD of hosts, God of Israel, that dwellest
37. 32 zeal of the LORD of hosts shall do this
39. 5 said . . Hear the word of the LORD of hosts
40. 26 that bringeth out their host by number
44. 6 and his redeemer the LORD of hosts ; I
45. 12 and all their host have I commanded
45. 13 not for price, .saith the LORD of hosts
47. 4 the LORD of hosts (is) his name, the holy
48. 2 The LORD of hosts (is) his name
51.15 roared : The LORD of hosts (is) his name
54. 5 thy maker. .The LORD of hosts (is) his na.
Jer. 2. 19 not in thee, saith the Lord GOD of hosts
3. 19 a goodly heritage of the hosts of nations?
5. 14 thus saith the LORD God of hosts, Because
6. 6 For thus hath the LOKD of hosts said, H.
8. 2 the host of heaven, whom they have loved
8. 3 have driven them, saith the LORD of hosts
10. 16 The LORD of hosts (is) his name
11. 17 the LoRDof hosts, that planted thee, hath
n. 20 LORD of hosts, that judgest righteously
15. 16 called by thy name, O LORD God of hosts
it). 13 burned incense unto, .the host of heaven
20. 12 LORD of hosts, that triest the righteous
23. 36 living God, of the LORD of hosts our God
27. 18 make intercession to the LORD of hosts
28. 2 Thus speaketh the LORD of hosts, the G.
29. 25 Thus speaHeth the LORD of hosts, the G.
Jer. 30. 8 in that day, saith the LORD of hosts
31. 35 the LORD of hosts (is) his name
32. 18 Great, the Mighty God, the LORD of hosts
33. 1 1 Praise the LORD of hosts : for the I.OKD
33. 22 As the host of heaven cannot be number.
38. 17 Thus saith the LORD, the God of hosts
44. 7 the God of hosts, the God of Israel
46. 10 the day of the Lord GOD of hosts
46. 10 the Lord GOD of hosts hath a sacrifice
46. i A the king, whose name (is) The IxjRD of h
46. 25 The LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, saith
48. i thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of I
48. 15 the king, whose name (is) The LORD of h
49. 5 Behold . . saith the Lord GOD of hosts, from
49. 26 cut off in that day, saith the LORD of hos.
50. 25 work of the Lord GOD of hosts in the land
50. 31 saith the Lord GOD of hosts : for thy day in
50. 34 the LORD of hosts (is) his name : he shall
51. 3 and spare ye not. .destroy ye. .all her h.
51. 5 of his God, of the LORD of hosts; though
51. 14 The LORD of hosts hath sworn by himself
51. 19 the LORD of hosts (is) his name
51. 57 the King, whose name (is) The LORD of h.
52. 25 and the principal scribe of the host, who
Dan. 8. 10 waxed great, (even) to the host of heavi-n
8. 10 and it cast down (some) of the host and of
8. ii Yea., even to the prince of the host, and by
8. 12 an host was given (him) against the daily
8. 13 and the host to be trodden under foot?
Hos. 12. 5 Even the LORD God of hosts ; the LORD (is) Amos 3. 13 saith the Lord GOD, the God of hosts
4. 13 The LORD, The God of hosts, (is) his name
5. 14 the God of hosts, shall be with you, as ye
5. 15 Lord GOD of hosts will be gracious unto
5. 16 the God of hosts, the Lord, saith thus
5. 27 the LORD, whose name (is) The God of h.
6. 2 saith the LORD the God of hosts, I abhor
6. 14 saith the LORD the God of hosts ; and they
9. 5 Lord GOD of hosts (is) he that toucheth the
Mic. 4. 4 mouth of the LORD of hosts hath spoken
Nan. 2. 13 I (am) against thee. saith the LORD of h.
3. 5 I (am) against thee, saith the LORD of h.
Hab. 2. 13 Behold, (is it) not of the LORD of hosts
Zeph. i. 5 them that worship the host of heaven
2. 9 (as) I live, saith the Loi D of hosts, the God
2. 10 against the people of the LORD of hosts
Hag. i. 2 Thus speaketh the LORD of hosts, saying
i. 9 Why ? saith the LORD of hosts. Because
1. 14 in the house of the LORD of hosts, theirG.
2. 4 I (am) with you, saith the LORD of hosts
2. 7 fill, with glory, saith the LOUD of hosts
2. 8 the gold (is) mine, saith the LORD of hosts
2. 9 saith the LORD of hosts : and in this place
2. 9 will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts
2. 23 In that day, saith the LORD of hosts, will
2. 23 have chosen thee, saith the LORD of hosts
Zech. i. 3 Turn ye unto me, saith the LORD of hosts
i. 3 will turn unto you, saith the LORD of ho.
i. 6 Like as the LORD of hosts thought to do
1. 12 O LORD of hosts, how long wilt thou not
1. 16 be built in it, saith the LORD of hosts, and
2. 9, ii that the LORD of hosts hath sent me
3. 9 saith the LORD of hosts, and I will remove
3. 10 In that day, saith the LORD of hosts, shall
4. 6 but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts
4. 9 that the LORD of hosts hath sent me unto
5. 4 bring it forth, saith the LORD of hosts
6. 12 Thus speaketh the LORD of hosts, saying
6. 15 that the LORD of hosts hath sent me unto
7. 3 in the house of the LORD of hosts, and to
7. 4 Then came the word of the LORD of hosts
7. 9 Thus speaketh the LORD of hosts, saying
7. 12 words which the LORD of hosts hath sent
7. 12 came a great wrath from the LORD of host*
7. 13 I would not hear, saith the LORD of hosts
8. i the word of the LORD of hosts came (to me)
8. 3 and the mountain of the LORD of hosts
8. 6 in mine eyes ! saith the LORD of hosts
8. 9 house of the LORD of hosts was laid
8. ii the former days, saith the LORD of hosts
8. 14 provoked me. .saith the LoRDofhosts, and
8. 1 8 the word of the LORD of hosts came unto
8. 21 Let us go. .to seek the LORD of hosts ; I
8. 22 shall come to seek the LORD of hosts in
9. 15 The LORD of hosts shall defend them ; and
10. 3 the LORD of hosts hath visited his flock
12. 5 strength in the LORD of hosts their God
13. 2 in that day, saith the LORD of hosts, (that
13. 7 Awake, O sword, .saith the LORD of hosts
14. 16, 17 to worship the king, the LORD of hosts
14. 21 shall be holiness unto the LORD of hosts
14. 21 no more, .in the house of the LORD of ho.

Mal. i. 6 saith the LORD of hosts unto you, Opriests
i . 8 accept thy person ? saith the LORD of hosts
i. 9 will he regard . . saith the LORD of hosts
i. 10 no pleasure in you, saith the LORD of hosts
i. 1 1 (shall be) great . . saith the LORD of hosts
i. 13 ye. .snuffed at it, saith the LORD of hosts
1. 14 I (am) a great king, saith the LORD of hosts
2. 2 unto my name, saith the LORD of hosts
2. 4 be with Levi, saith the LORD of hosts
2. 7 he (is) the messenger of the LORD of hosts
2. 8 covenant of Levi, saith the LORD of hosts
?. 12 offereth an offering unto the LoRD of hosts
2. 16 saith the LORD of hosts : therefore take
3. i he shall come, saith the LORD of hosts
3. 5 and fear not me, saith the LORD of hosts
3. 7 will return unto you, saith the LORD of ho
3. :o prove me now . .saith the LORD of hosts
3. it time in the field, saith the LORD of hosts
3. 12 delightsome land, saith the LORD of hosts                                   3. 14 mournfully before the LORD of hosts?

Mai. 3. 17 shall be mine, saith the LOUD of hosts, in
4. i burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts
4. 3 I shall do (this), saith the LORD of hosts


5. A stranger, Host, *Voj xenos.
Rom 16. 23 Gaius mine host, and of the whole church

6.One who receives all,
Luke 10. 35 two pence, and gave (them) to the host

7.Army, hast, ffrpa.no. stratia.
Luke 2. 13 a multitude of the heavenly host praising
Acts 7. 42 gave them up to worship the host uf lieu.

HOSTAGE
Son of sureties, pledges, nm~i B-j2 len taarnimtli.
z Ki. 14. 14 he took, .hostages, and returned toS in.
2 Ch.25- 24 hostages also, and returned to Samaria
HOT
1.7*0 heat, r\ N, KTX aza, azah.
Dan. 3. 22 the furnace exceedinghot, the flame of the
Z.Fire, U>x esh.
Lev. 13. 24 in the skin whereof (there is) a hot bum.
3. Hot, warm, en cftam.
Josh. 9. 12 This our bread we took hot (for) our pro.
4. Heat, on chom.
i Sa. 21. 6 to put hot bread in the day when it was
5. Fervent, ^t<rr6s
zestos.
Rev. 3 . 15 art neither cold nor hot. .cold or hot
3. 16 because thou art. .neither cold nor hot
[See aUu Thunderbolts.]
HOT displeasure
Heat, fury, poiso/i, nijrr chcmah.
Deut. 9. 19 I was afraid of the anger andhot displea.
Psa. 6. i neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure
38. i neither chasten me in thy hot displeasure
HOT, to be cr wax
1. 11 eat, cn clv>m.
i Sa. ii. 9 Tomorrow, by (that time) the sun be hot
Neh. 7. 3 the gates., be opened until the sun be hot
Job 6. 17 when it is hot, they are consumed out of
2. To be or become warm, C^n chamam.
Exod 16. 21 and when the sun waxed hot, it melted
Psa. 39. 3 My heart was hot within me ; while I was
3. To be or become warm, cjrs chamum, 2.
Hos. 7. 7 They are all hot as an oven, and have
4. To burn, be wroth, .Tin charali.
Exod22. 24 my wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill
32. 10 my wrath may wax hot against them, and
32. 1 1 doth thy wrath wax hot against thy people
32. 19 Moses anger waxed hot, and he cast the
32. 22 Let not the anger of my lord wax hot
Judg. 2. 14, 20 anger of the LORD was hot against Is.
3. 8 anger of the Lor.D was hot against Israel
6. 39 Let not thine anger be hot against me
10. 7 anger of the LOUD was hot against Israel
5. To be warm, hot, c~; yacham.
Deut 19. 6 pursue the slayer, while his heart is hot
Eze. 24. 1 1 the brass of it may be hot, and may burn
HOT iron, to be seared with a
To brand, cause to burn in, Kavrripidfa /cauteriazo.
i Ti. 4. 2 havingtheirconscieuceser.redwithahoti.
HO -THAM. Cirri determination. [HOTHAJT.]
1. A son of Heber of the family of Beriah of the tribe of
Asher. B.C. 1640.
i Ch. 7. 32 Heber begat Japhlet, and Shomer, and II.
t. An Aroerite whose two sons Shama and Jehiel were
among David s worthies. B.C. 1048. IIothnntorHothani.
is an error since the English Version of A.D. 1611.
i Ch.n. 44 Shama and Jehiel the sons of H. the Ar.
HO-THIR, vrrn abundance.
Thirteenth son of Heman " the king s seer." He was n
Kohathite and had charge of the twenty-first course in
the service of the tabernacle. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.25. 4 .loshbekashah, Mallothi, H., (and) Mah.
25. 28 The one and twentieth to H. . .his sons
HOTLY [See Pursue.]
HOTTEST
Zirony, pin chazaq.
= Sa. ii. 15 in the fore front of the hottest battlo
HOUGH to
To rout out, ipv (iqar, 3.
Josh. 1 1. 6 thou shalt hough their horses, and burn
11. 9 he houghed their horses, and burnt their
2 Sa. 8. 4 David houghed all the chariot (horses)
i Ch.i8. 4 David also houghed alltho chariot (horses)
HOUR
1. Look, ylance, hour, nyy shaah.
Dan. 3. 6 the same hour be cast into the midst of
3. 15 ye shall be cast the same hour into the
4 19 Belteshnzzar, was astonied for one hour
4. 33 The same hour was the thing fulfilled
5. 5 In the same hour came forth fingers of a
2.//0W, Spa hdra.
Matt. 8. 13 servant was healed in the self same hour
9. 22 the woman was made whole from that h,
10. 19 [it shall be given you in that same hour]
ij. 28 daughter was made whole from that. .h.
ly. 18 the child waa cured from that very hour
Matt 20. 3 he went out about the third hour, ana saw
20. 5 went out about the sixth and ninth hour
20. 6 about the eleventh [hour] he wentout, and
20. 9 that (were hired) about the eleventh hour
20. 12 These last have wrought (but) one hour
24. 36 of tha*. day and hour knoweth no (man)
24. 42 knownot what [hourjyour Lord doth conic
24. 44 in such an hour as ye think not tin- S"n
24. 50 and in an hour that he is not aware of
25. 13 the hour wherein the Son of man cometh
26. 40 What 1 could ye not watch with me one h.?
26. 45 take (your) rest : behold, the hour is at h.
26. 55 In that same hour said Je.siis to the mul.
27. 45 from the sixth hour. . unto the ninth hour
27. 46 about the ninth hour Jesus critd with a
Mark 1 3, 11 whatsoever., be given you in that hour
13. 32 of that day and (that) hour kuoweth no
14. 35 if it were possible, the hour might pass
14. 37 Simon. .couldestnotthou watch one hour?
14. 41 it is enough, the hour is come ; beheld
15. 25 was the third hour, and they crucified him
15. 33 the sixth hour, .until the ninth hour
15. 34 at the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud
Luke 7. 21 [the same] hour lie cured many of (their)
10. 21 In that hour Jesus rejoiced in spirit, and
12. 12 teach you in the same hour what ye ought
12. 39 had known what hour the thief would c.
12. 40 cometh at an hour when ye think not
12. 46 a::d at an hour when he is not aware, and
20. 19 the same hour sought to lay hands on him
22. 14 when the hour was come, he sat down, and
22. 53 this is your hour, and the power of dark.
22. 59 about the space of one hour after, anoth.
23. 44 the sixth hour, .until the ninth hour
24. 33 they rose up the same hour, and returned
John i. 39 and abode, .for it was about the tenth h.
2. 4 Jesus saith . . Woman . . mine hour is not
4. 6 sat thus, .(and) it was about the sixth h.
4. 21 Woman, believe me, the hour cometh, w.
4. 23 But the hour cometh, and now is, when
4. 52 the hour, .at the seventh hour the fever
4. 53 at the same hour in the which Jesus said
5. 25 The hour is coming, and now is, when the
5. 28 for the hour is coming, in the which all
7. 30 no man laid . .because his hour was not
8. 20 no man laid, .for his hour was not yet c.
n. 9 Are there not twelve hours in the day?
12. 23 The hour is come, that the Son of man
12. 27 save me from this hour, .unto this hour
13. i when Jesus knew that his hour was come
16. 21 hath sorrow, because her hour is come
16.32 Behold, the hour cometh, yea is now come
17. i Father, the hour is come ; glorify thy Son
19. 14 it was. .about the sixth hour : andhesaith
19. 27 from that hour that disciple took her unto
Acts 2. 15 seeing it is (but) the third hour of the day
3. i went . . into the temple at the hour of pr.
5. 7 about the space of three hours after, \vh.
10. 3 evidently, about the ninth hour of the day
10. 9 Peter went up. .to pray about the sixth h.
10. 30 Four days ago I was fasting until this h.
10. 30 at the ninth [hour] I prayed in my house
16. 18 And he came out the same hour
16. 33 he took them the same hour of the night
19. 34 about the space of two hours cried out, G.
22. 13 And the same hour I looked up upon him
23. 23 Make ready . . at the third hour of the night
i Co. 4. u Even unto this present hour we. .hunger
15. 30 And why stand we in jeopardy every ho.T
Gal. 2. 5 we gave place, .no, not for an hour; that
Rev. 3. 3 thou shalt not know what hour I will co.
3. 10 will keep thee from the hour of ternpta.
9. 15 which were prepared for an hour, and a
11. 13 the same [hour] was there a great earthq.
14. 7 for the hour of his judgment is come : and
17. 12 but receive power as kings one hour with
1 8. 10 for in one hour is thy judgment come
18. 17 For in one hour so great riches is come to
1 8. 19 Alas, .for in one hour is she made desol.
HOUR, half an
Half an hour, rj/juwptov hetni&rion.
Rev. 8. i silence . . about the space of [half an hour]
HOTJR, this
A oic, &prt arti.
i Co. 8. 7 unto this hour eat (it) as a thing offered
HOUSE
I. House, household, n 3 bayith.
Gen. 7. i Come thou and all thy house into the ark
12. i Get thee. .from thy father s house, unto
12. 15 the woman was taken into Pharaoh s ho.
12. 17 the LORD plagued Pharaoh and his house
14. 14 his trained (servants), born in his own h.
15. 2 steward of my house (is) this Eliezer of D.?
15. 3 and, lo, one born in my house is mine h.
17. 12 he that is born in the house, or bought
17. 13 He that is bom in thy house, and he that
17. 23 and all that were born in his house, and
17. 23 male among the men of Abraham s house
17. 27 the men of his house, born in the house
19. 2 turn in. .into your servant s house, and
19. 3 turned in. .and entered into his house ;and
19. 4 menof Sodom, compassed thehouseroiind
n>. 10 pulled Lot into the house to them, and
19. ii the men that (were) at the door of the h.
20. 13 caused me to wander from my father s h.
20. 18 all the wombs of the house of Abimelech
24. 2 eldest servant of liis house, that ruled over
24. 7 which took me from mv father s house, and
34. 23 is their room (in) thy father s house for us
Gen. ^4. 27 LORD led me to the house of my master s
24. 28 ran, and told (them of) her mother s house
24. 31 for I have prepared the house, and room
24. 32 man came into the house : and he ungir.
24. 38 But thou shall go unto my father s house
24. 40 thou shalt take a wife. .OX my father s h.
27. 15 raiment, .which (were) with her in the h.
28. 2 to the house of Bethuel thy mother s fa.
28. 17 this (is) none other but the house of God
28. 21 So that I come again to my father s house
28. 22 this stone, .shall be God s house : and ot
29. 13 kissed him, and brought him to his house
30. K when shall I provide for mine own house
31. .4 or inheritance for us in our father s house?
31. 30 thou sore longedst after thy father s house
31. 41 Thus have I been twenty years in !hy h.
33. 1 7 Jacob . . built him an house, and made bo.
34. 19 more honourable than all the house of his
34. 26 and took Irnah out of Shechem s house
34. 29 and spoiled even all that (was) in the ho.
34. 30 and I shall be destroyed, I and my house
36. 6 Esau took, .all the persons of his house
38. 1 1 Remain a widow at thy father s house, till
38. 1 1 Tamar went and dwelt in her father s h.
39. 2 he was in the house of his master the E.
39. 4 and he made him overseer over his house
39. 5 he had made him overseer in his house
39. 5 the LORD blessed the Egyptian s house fov
39. 5 all that he had in the house, and in the
39. 8 wotteth not what (is) with me in the house
39. 9 (There is) none greater in this house than
39. ii went into the house to do his business
39. ii none of the menof the house there within
39. 14 she called unto the men of her house, and
40. 3 in the house of the captain of the guard
40. 7 with him in the ward of his lord s house
40. 14 But think, .and bring me out of this ho.
41. 10 ward in the captain of the guard s house
41. 40 Thou shalt be over my house, and accor.
41. 51 forget, .my toil, and all my father s house
42. 19 be bound in the house of your prisou
42. 19 carry corn for the famine of your houses
43. 16 he said to the ruler of his house, Hriny
43. 1 7, 24 man brought the men into Joseph s ho.
43. 18 they were brought into Joseph s house
43. iQ of Joseph s house, .the door of the house
43. 26 brought him the present, .into the house
44. i he commanded the steward of his house
44. 8 out of thy lord s house silver or gold?
44. 14 his brethren came to Joseph s house ; for
45. 2 Egyptians and the house of Pharaoh heard
45. 8 lord of . .his house, and a ruler through out
45. 16 fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh s ho.
46. 27 the souls of the house of Jacob, which
46. 31 his brethren, and unto his father s house
49. 31 and my father s house, which (were) in the
47. 14 brought the money into Pharaoh s house
50. 4 Joseph spake unto the house of Pharaoh
50. 7 elders of his house, and all the ciders
50. 8 the house of Joseph, and his brethren
50. 8 his father s home : only their little ones
50. 22 dwelt in Egypt, he and his father s house
Exod. i. 21 feared God, that he made them houses
2. i there went a man of the house of Levi
3. 22 and of her that sojourneth in her house
6. 14 These, .the heads of their fathers houses
7. 23 Pharaoh turned and went into his house
8. 3 shall go up and come into thine house
8. 3 into the house of thy servants, and upon
8. 9 destroy . .frogs from thee and thy houses
8. ii from thy houses, and from thy servants
8. 13 the frogs died out of the houses, out of
8. 21 into thy houses : and the houses of the
8. 24 swarm (of flies) into the house of Pharaoh
8. 24 (into) his servants houses, and into all
9. 20 and his cattle flee into the houses
10. 6 they shall fill thy houses, and the houses
10. 6 the houses of all the Egyptians ; which
12. 3 house of (their) fathers, .lamb for an house
12. 4 his neighbour next unto his house take
12. 7 and on the upper door post of the houses
12. 13 for a token upon the houses where ye (are)
12. 15 shall put away leaven out of your houses
12. 19 there be no leaven found in your houses
12. 22 shall go out at the door of his house
12. 23 to come in unto your houses to smite (you)
12. 27 houses of the children of Israel in Egypt
12. 27 smote the Egyptians . . delivered our hoiis.
12. 30 not ahouse where(therewas)notonedead
12. 46 In one house shall it be eaten ; thou shalt
12. 46 of the flesh abroad out of the house
13. 3 from Egypt, out of the house of bondage
13. 14 out from Egypt, from the house of bondage
16. 31 And the house of Israel called the name
19. 3 Thus shaltthou say tothe house of Jacob
20. ? broughtthee. .out of thehouseof bondage
20. 17 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour s house
22. 7 nd it be stolen out of the man s house
22. 8 the master of the house shall be brought
23. 19 bring into the house of the LOUD thy God
34. 26 bring unto the house of the LORD thy God
40. 38 in the sight of all the house of Israel
Lev. 10. 6 the whole house of Israel, bewail the
14. 34 a house of the land of your possession
14. 35 he that owneth the house shall come and
14. 35 (there is) as it were a plngue in the house
14. 36 shall command that they empty thehouse
14. 36 that all that (is) in thehouse benotmade
14. 36 the priest shall go in to see the house
14. 37 the wallsof the house with hollow strakes
14. 38 of the house to the door of the house
14. 38 and shut up the house seven days
HOUSE 495 HOUSE
Lev. 14. 39 be i-j ...-,. I in the walls of the house
14. 41 In shall cause the house to be scraped
14. 42 other mortar, and shall plaster the house
14. 4) break out in the house, after that he hath
14. 43 after he hath scraped the house, and after
14. 44 (if) the plague be spread in the house
14. 44 it (is) a fretting leprosy in the house : it
14. 45 he shall break down the house, the stones
14. 45 shall break down, .the mortar of the house
14. 46 he that goeth into the house all the while
14. 47 he that lieth in the house shall wash his
14. 47 he that eateth in the house shall wash his
14. 48 the house, after the house was plastered
14. 48 the priest shall pronounce the house clean
14. 49 shall take to cjeanse the house two birds
14. 51 water, and sprinkle the house seven time*
14. 52 he shall cleanse the house with the blood
14. 53 make an atonement for the house : and it
14. 55 the leprosy of a garment, and of a house
16. 6, ii atonement for himself, and. .his house
1 7. 3, 8, 10 (there be) of the house of Israel
22. ii he that is born in his house : they shall
22. 13 is returned unto her father s house, as
zc. 18 Whatsoever (he be) of the house of Israel
25. 29 sell a dwelling house in a walled city
25. 30 house that (is) in the walled city shall
25. 31 the houses of the villages which have no
25. 32 houses of the cities of their possession
25. 33 the house that was sold, and the city of
25. 33 the houses of the cities of the Levites
27. 14 his house (to be) holy unto the LORD
27. 15 he that sanctified . .will redeem his house
Num. i. 2 by the house of their fathers
[So also 18, 20,22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36,38, 40, 42, 45].
i. 4 every one head of . .house of his fathers
1. 44 each one was for the house of his fathers
2. a with the ensign of their father s house
2. 32 numbered, .by the house of their fathers
2. 34 according to the house of their fathers
3. 15 of Levi after the house of their fathers
3. 20 according to the house of their fathers
3. 24, 30, 35 chief of the house of the father
4. 2, 29, 40, 42 by the house of their fathers
4. 22 throughout the houses of their fathers
4. 34, 46 and after the house of their fathers
4. 38 and by the house of their fathers
7. 2 heads of the house of their fathers, who
12. 7 not so, who (is) faithful in all mine house
16. 32 houses, and all the men that (appertained)
17. 2, 2 according to the house of (their) fathers
17. 3 the head of the house of their fathers
17. 6 according to their fathers houses, (even)
1 7. 8 the rod of Aaron for the house of Levi
18. i thy father s house with thee, shall bear
18. ii, 13 every one that is clean in thy house
20. 29 they mourned, .all the house of Israel
22. 1 8 give me his house full of silver and gold
24. 13 give me his house full of silver and gold
25. 14 of a chief house among the Simeonites
25. 15 a people, (and) of a chief house in Midian
26. 2 throughout their fathers house, all that
30. 3 (being) in her father s house in her youth
30. 10 if she vowed in her husband s house, or
30. 1 6 yet) in her youth in her father s house
32. 18 We will not return unto our houses, until
34. 14, 14 according to the house of their fathers
Deut. 5. 6 land of Egypt, from the house of bondage
5. 21 shalt thou covet thy neighbour s house
6. 7 talk, .when thou sittest in thine house
6. 9 write them upon the posts of thy house
6. ii houses full of all good (things), which thou
6. 12 land of Egypt, from the house of bondage
7. 8 redeemed you out of the house of bond men
7. 26 bring an abomination into thine house
8. 12 built goodly houses, and dwelt (therein)
8. 14 land of Egypt, from the house of bondage
ii. 19 when thou sittest in thine house, and wh.
1 1 . 20 write . . upon the door posts of thine house
13. 5 redeemed you out of the house of bondage
13. 10 land of Egypt, from the house of bondage
15. 16 he loveth thee and thine house, because
19. i dwellest in their cities, and in their houses
20. 5 What man (is ther ) that, .built a new h.
20. 5 let him go and return to his house, lest
20. 6, 7, 8 let him go and return unto his house
21. 12 thou shalt bring her home to thine house
21. 13 shall remain in thine house, and bewail
22. 2 thou shalt bring it unto thine own house
22. 8 When thou buildest a new house, then
22. 8 thou bring not blood upon thine house
22. 21 damsel to the door of her father s house
22. 21 to play the whore in her father s house
23. 18 into the house of the LORD thy God for
24. i give (it), .and send her out of his house
24. 2 when she is departed out of his house
24. 3 and sendeth her out of his house ; or if
24. 10 not go into his house to fetch his pledge
25. 9 that will not build up his brother s house
25. 10 house of him that hath his shoe loosed
25. 14 not have in thine house divers measures
26. ii hath given unto thee, and unto thine house
26. 13 the hallowed things out of (mine) house
28. 30 thou shalt build an house, and thou shalt
Joeh. 2. i came into an harlot s house, named Rahab
2. 3 men. . which are entered into thine house
2. 12 also show kindness unto my father s house
2. 15 for her house (wns) upon the town wall
2. iq the doors of thy house into the street, his
2. 19 whosoever shall be with thee in the house
6. 17 and all that (are) with her in the house
6. 22 Go into the harlot s house, and bring out
6. 24 the treasury of the house of the LORD
Josh. 9. 12 hot (for) our provision out of our houses
9. 23 drawers of water for the house of myGod
17. 17 Joshua spake unto the house of Joseph
1 8. 5 the house of Joseph shall abide in their
20. 6 unto his own house, unto the city from
21. 45 LOKD had spoken unto the houss of Israel
22. 14 of each chief house a prince throughout
22. 14 each one(was)an head of the house of their
24. 15 as for me and my house, we will serve the
24. 17 land of Egypt, from the house of bondage
Judg. i. 22 the house of Joseph, they also went up
,. 23 house of Joseph sent to descry .Beth-el
,. 35 hand of the house of Joseph prevailed
4. 17 Hazorand the house of HeV/er the Kenite
6. 8 you forth out of the house of bondage
6. 15 and I (am) the least in my father s house
8. 27 a snare unto Gideon, and to his house
8. 29 Jerubbaal . .went and dwelt in his own h.
8. 35 Neithershowedtheykindnes8tothehou.se
9. i family of the house of his mother s father
9. 4 silver out of the house of Baal-berith
9. 5 he went unto his father s house at Ophrah
9. 6 gathered together, and all the house of
9. 16 dealt well with Jerubbaal and his house
9. 1 8 risen up against my father s house this d.
9. 19 with Jerubbaal and with his house this
9. 20 men of Shechem, and the house of Millo
g. 20 let fire come, .from the house of Millo
9. 27 went into the house of their god, and did
9. 46 an hold of the house of the god Berith
10. 9 to fight .. against the house of Ephraim
11. 2 shalt not inherit in our father s house
ii. 7 and expel me out of my father s house ?
ii. 31 cometh forth of the doors of my house to
11. 34 Jephthah carne to Mizpeh unto his house
12. i will burn thine house upon thee with fire
14. 15 burn thee and thy father s house with fire
14. 19 and he went up to his father s house
16. 21 and he did grind in the prison house
16. 25 called for Samson out of the prison house
16. 26 the pillars whereupon the house standeth
36. 27 Now the house was full of men and women
16. 29 middle pillars upon which the house stood
16. 30 the house fell upon the lords, and upon
16. 31 all the house of his father came down, and
17. 4 and they were in the house of Micah
17. 5 the man Micah had an house of gods, and
17. 8 to mount Ephraim, to the house of Micah
17. it. became his priest, and was in the house
18. 2 to the house of Micah, they lodged there
1 8. 3 When they (were) by the house of Micah
1 8. 13 And they, .came unto the house of Micah
18. 14 know that there is in these houses an ep.
1 8. 15 came to the house of the young man the
1 8. 15 into the house of Micah, and saluted him
1 8. 18 went into Micah s house, and fetched the
18. 19 be a priest unto the house of one man, or
18. 22 when they were a good way from the ho.
18. 22 in the houses near to Micah s house were
1 8. 26 he turned and went back unto his house
18. 31 all the time that the house of God was in
19. 2 went away from him unto her father s h.
19. 3 she brought him into her father s house
19. 15 no man that took them into his house to
19. 1 8 going to the house of the LORD ; and there
19. 18 no man that receiveth me to house
19. 21 So he brought him into his house, and g.
19. 22 the men. .beset the house round about
19. 22 and spake to the master of the house, the
19. 22 the man that came into thine house, that
19. 23 the man, the master of the house, went
19. 23 seeing, .this man is come into mine house
19. 26 of the man s house where her lord (was)
19. 27 opened the doors of the house, and went
19. 27 fallen down (at) the door of the house, and
19. 29 when he was come into his house, he took
20. 5 and beset the house round about upon me
20. 8 neither will we any (of us) turn into his h.
Ruth i. 8 Go, return each to her mother s house : the
1. 9 each (of you) in the house of her husband
2. 7 that she tarried a little in the house
4. n the woman that is come into thine house
4. ii which twodid build thehouse of Israel:and
4. 12 let thy house be like the house of Tharez
i Sa. i. 7 went up to the house of the LOKD, so she
i. 19 came to their house to Ramah : and Elka.
i. 21 the man Elkanah, and all his house, went
1. 24 brought him unto the house of the LORD
2. ii And Elkanah went to Ramah to his house
2. 27 Did I plainly appear unto the house ofthy
2. 27 when they were in Egypt, in Pharaoh s h.v
2. 28 did I give unto the house of thy father
2. 30 I said indeed, (that) thy house, and the h.
2. 31 cut ott . .the arm of thy father s house
2. 32 shall not be an old man in thine house
2. 33 the increase of thine house shall die in
2. 35 I will build him a sure house : and he
2. 36 every one that is left in thine house
3. 12 which I have spoken concerning his house
3. 13 I will judge his house for ever for the
3. 14 I have sworn unto the house of Eli, that
3. 14 the iniquity of Eli s house shall not be
3. 15 opened the doors of thehouse of the LORD
5. 2 they brought it into the house of Dagon
5. 5 nor any that come into Dagon s house
7. i brought it into the house of Abinadab in
7. 2 house of Israel lamented after the LOUD
7. 3 Samuel spake unto all the house of Israel
7. 17 there (was) his house ; and there he judged
9. 1 8 Tell me, I pray thee, where the seer s ho.
g. 20 on thee, and on all thy father s house .
10. 25 the people away, every man to his house
1 Sa. 15. 34 Saul went upto his house to Gibeah of Saul
17. 25 and make his father s house free in Israel
18. 2 him go no more home to his father s house
18. 10 he prophesied in the midst of the house
19. 9 he sat in his house with his javelin in his
19. ii also sent messengers unto David s IK, use
20. 15 cut off thy kindness from my house for
20. 16 made (a covenant) with the house of Da.
21. 15 shall this (fellow) come into my house?
22. i brethren and all his father s house heard
22. ii son of Ahitub, and all his father s house
22. 14 bidding, and is honourable in thine IK. use?
22. 15 servant, (nor) to all the house of my fath.
22. it, Ahimelech, thou, and all thy father s ho.
22. 22 of all the persons of thy father s house
23. 18 David abode. .Jonathan went to his house
24. 21 destroy my name out of my father s house
25. i and buried him in his house at Ramah
25. 6 peace (be) to thine house, and peace (be)
25. 28 will certainly make my lord a sure house
25 35 Go up in peace to thine house ; see, I have
25. 36 he held a feast in his house, like the
28. 24 the woman had a fat calf in the house, and
31. 9 to publish (it in) the house of their idols
31. 10 put his armour in the house of Ashtaroth
2 Sa. i. 12 for the house of Israel; because they were
2. 4 David king over the house of Judali
2. 7 the house of Judah have anointed me king
2. 10 But the house of Judah followed David
2. ii king in Hebron over the house of Judah
3. i, 6 between the house of Saul and the ho.
3. i house of Saul waxed weaker and weaker
3. 6 Abner made himself strong for the house
3. 8 do show kindness this day unto thehouse
3. 10 translate the kingdom from the bouse of
3. 19 seemed good to the whole house of Benj.
3. 29 Let it rest, .on all his father s house ; and
3. 29 let there not fail from the house of Joab
4. 5 and came, .to the house of Ish-bosheth
4. 6 came thither into the midst of the house
4. 7 when they came into thehouse, he lay on
4. ii slain, .in his own house upon his bed?
5. 8 the lame shall not come into the house
5. ii and masons : and they built David an ho.
6. 3, 4 brought it out of thehouse of Abinadab
6. 5, 15 David and all the house of Israel
6. 10 into the house of Obed-edom the Gittite
6. ii the ark. .continued in the house of Obed.
6. 12 hath blessed the house of Obed-edom, and
6. 12 from the house of Obed-edom into the city
6. 19 the people departed every one to his ho.
6. ?i before thy father, and before all his house
7. i when the king sat in his house, and the
7. 2 See now, I dwell in an house of cedar
7. 5 Shalt thou build me an house, .to dwell
7. 6 Whereas I have not dwelt in (any) house
7. 7 Why build ye not me an house of cedar f
7. ii telleth thee that hewill make thee an house
7. 13 He shall build an house formy name; and
7. 1 6 And thine house and thy kingdom shall be
7. 18 what(is) my house, that thou hast brough
7. iq hast spoken also of thy servant s house
7. 25 concerning his house, establish (it) for ever
7. 26 let the house of thy servant David be
7. 27 saying.Iwill build thee an house; therefore
7. 29 to bless the house of thy servant, that
7. 29 house of thy servant be blessed for ever
9. i yet any that is left of the house of Saul
9. 2 (there was) of the house of Saul a servant
9. 3 (Is) there not yet any of the house of Saul
9. 4 he (is) in the house of Machir, the son of
9. 5 fetched him out of the house of Machir
9. 9 that pertained to Saul and to all his house
9. 12 all that dwelt in the house of Ziba (were)
ii. 2 walked upon the roof of the king s house
ii. 4 purified, .and she returned unto her ho.
ii. 8 Go down to thy house, and wash thy feet
ii. 8 Uriah departed out of the king s house
n. 9 slept at the door of the king s house with
ii. 9 But Uriah, .went not down to his house
ii. 10 saying, Uriah went not down unto his ho.
ii. 10 didst thou not go down unto thine house I
ii. ii shall I then go into mine house, to eat
ii. 13 went out. .but went uot down to his ho.
11. 27 David sent and fetched her to his house
12. 8 gave thee thy master s house, and thy
12. 8 and gave thee the house of Israel :iiid of
la. io sword shall never depart from thine hous
12. ii evil against out of thine own house, and 1
12. 15 Nathan departed unto his house. And the
12. 17 the elders of his house arose, and (went)
12. 20 and came into the house of the LORD, and
12. 20 then he came to his own house ; and when
13. 7 Go now to thy brotherAmnon s house, and
13. S Tamar went to her brotherAmnon s house
13. 20 desolate in her brother Absalom s house
14. 8 Go to thine house, and I will give charge
14. 9 iniiiuity(be)onme,andonmyfather shou.
14. 24 Let him turn to his own house, and let
14. 24 Absalom returned to his own house, and
14. 31 came to Absalom unto (his) house, and
15. 16 king left ten women, .to keep the house
15. 35 thou shalt hear out of the king s house
16. 3 To day shall the house of Israel -restore
16. 5 a man of the family of the house of Saul
16. 8 all the blood of the house of Saul, in
16. 21 which he hath left to keep the house
17. 18 came to a man s house in Bahurim, which
17. 20 servants came to the woman to the house
17. 23 and gat him home to his house, to his citj
19. 5 Joab came into the house of the king, and
iq. ii last to bring the king back to the house 1
HOUSE HOUSE
a Sa. 19. 1 1 is come to the king, (even) to his house
19. 17 the sen-ant of the house of .Saul, and his
19. 20 first this day of nil the house of Joseph
19. 28 all (of) my father s house were but dead
19. 30 come again in peace unto his own houv
20. 3 David came to his house at J erusalem ; and
20. 3 whom he had left to keep the house, and
21. i for (his) bloody house, because he slew
21. 4 silver nor gold of Saul, nor of his house
23. 5 Although my house (be) not so with God
24. 17 against me, and against my father s house
i Ki. i. 53 Solomon said unto him, Go to thine !M;ISH
2. 24 who hath made me an house, as he prom.
2. 27 concerning the house of Eli in Shiloh
2. 31 from me, and from the house of my father
2. 33 upon his house, and upon his throne, shall
2. 34 buried in his own house in the wilderness
2. 36 Build thee an house in Jerusalem, and
3. i of building his own house, and the house
3. 2 no house built unto the name of the LOKD
3- 17 I and this woman dwell in one house ; and
3. 17 delivered of a child with her in the house
3. 1 8 in the house, save we two in the house
5. 3 my father could not build an house unto
5. 5 I purpose to build an house unto the name
5. 5 he shall build an house unto my name
5. 17 stones, to lay the foundation of the house
5. 18 timber and stones to build the house
6. i he began to build the house of the Loiu>
6. 2 the house which king Solomon built for
6. 3 the porch before the temple of the house
6. 3 according to the breadth of the house
6. 3 (was) the breadth thereof before the house
6. 4 for the house he made windows of narrow
6. 5 against the wall of the house he built
6. 5 (against), .walls of the house round about
6. 6 (in the wall) of the house he made narrow.
6. 6 not be fastened in the walls of the house
6. 7 the house, when it was in building, was
6. 7 (nor) any tool of iron heard in the house
6. 8 (was) in the right side of the house : (and)
6. 9 he built the house, and finished it ; and
6. 9 covered the house with beams and boards
6. 10 he built chambers against all the house
6. 10 rested on the house with timber of cedar
6. 12 this house which thou art in building
6. 14 Solomon built the house, and finished it
6. 15 he built the walls of the house within
6. 15 the floor of the house, and the walls of
6. 15 covered the floor of the house with planks
6. 16 twenty cubits on the sides of the house
6. 17 the house, that (is), the temple before it
6. 18 the cedar of the house within (wu)carved
6. 19 oracle he prepared in the house within
6. si overlaid the house within with pure gold
6. 22 the whole house he overlaid with pure gold
6. 22 until he had finished all the house : also
6. 27 set the cherubim within the inner house
6. 27 one another in the midst of the house
6. 29 carved all the walls of the house round
6. 30 floor of the house he overlaid with gold
6. 37 foundation of the house of the LORD laid
6. 38 was the house finished throughout all the
7. i was building his own house thirteen years
7. i But Solomon, .finished all his house
7. 2 also the house of the forest of Lebanon
7. 8 house where he dwelt (had) another court
7. 8 made also an house for Pharaoh s daughter
7. 12 the inner court of the house of the LOKD
7. 12 innercourt. .and for the porch of the house
7. 39 five bases on the right side of the house
7. 39 five on the left side of the house : and he
7. 39 the sea on the right side of the house
7. 40, 45, 51 made . .for the house of the LORD
7. 48 that (pertained) unto the house of the Lo.
7. 50 (both) for the doors of the inner house
7. 50 for the doors of the house, (to wit), of the
7. 51 the treasures of the house of the LORD
8. 6 into the oracle of the house, to the most
8. TO the cloud filled the house of the LORD
8. ii glory, .had filled the house of the LOUD
8. 13 surely built thee an house to dwell in, a
8. 16 I chose no city out. .to build an house
8. 17 house for the name of the LORD God of
8. 18 build an house unto my name, thou didst
8. 19 thou shall not build the house; but thy
8. 19 he shall build the house unto my name
8. 20 house for the name of the IxD God of
8 27 much less this house that I have builded!
8. 29 be open toward this house night and day
8. 31 come before thine altar in this house
8. 33 make supplication unto thee in this house
8. 38 spread forth his hands toward this house
8. 42 he shall come and pray toward this house
8. 43 they may know that this house, which
8. 44, 48 house that I have built for thy name
8. 63 Israel dedicated the house of the LORD
8.64 that (was) l>eforc the house of the I. >i:i>
9. i the house of the LORD, and the king s ho.
9. 3 hallowed this house which thou hast built
9. 7 this house, which I have hallowed for my
9 8 this house, (which) is high, ever> one that
9. 8 done this unto this land . . to this house :
9. 10 when Solomon had built the two hon^. ,
9. 10 the house of the LORD, and the king s ho.
9. 15 the house of the LORD, and his own house
9. 24 her house which (Solomon) had built :!
9. 25 before the LORD. So he finished the house
10. 4 wisdom, and the house that he had built
10. 5 he went up unto the house of the LORD
10. 12 house of tne LORD, and for the king s ho.
10. 17, 21 the kuiisi- of the forest of Lebanon
1 Ki. ir. i3 gave him an house, and appointed him
ii. 20 whom Taphenes weaned in Pharaoh s ho. i
n. 28 all the charge of the house of Joseph
11. 38 build thee a sure house, as I built for D.
12. 1 6 see to thine own house, David. So Israel
12. 19 against the house of David unto this day
12. 20 none that followed the house of David but
12. 21 he assembled all the house of Judah, with
12. 21 to fight against the house of Israel, to
12. 23 unto alltliehouseof Judah and Benjamin
12. 24 return every man to his house ; for this
12. 26 the kingdom return to the house of David
12. 27 in the house of the LOKD at Jerusalem
12. 31 he made an house of high places, and made
13. 2 shall be born unto the house of David
13. 8 If thou wilt give me half thine house, I
13. 18 Bringhim back withthee into thine hotue
13. 19 did cut bread in his house, and drank water
13. 32 the houses of the high places which (are)
13. 34 became sin unto the house of Jeroboam
14. 4 came to the house of Ahijah. But Ahijah
14. S the kingdom away from the house of David
14. 10 bring evil upon the house of Jeroboam
14.10 away the remnant of the house of J erob< >am
14. 12 get thee to thine own house ; (and) when
14. 13 (some) good thing, . inthehouseof Jerobo.
14. 14 cut off the house of Jeroboam that day
14. 26 the treasures of the house of the LORD
14. 26 the treasuresof the king s house; he even
14. 27 which kept the do jr of the king s house
14. 28 the king went into the house of the LORD
15. 15 into the house of the LORD, silver, and
15. 1 8 the treasures of the house of the LORD
15. 1 3 and the treasures of the king s house, and
15. 27 son of Ahijah, of the house of Issachar
15. 29 he smote all the house of Jeroboam ; he
16. 3 of Baasha, and the posterity of his house
16. 3 will make thy house like the house of
16. 7 against his house, even for all the evil
16. 7 in being like the house of Jeroboam ; aud
16. 9 the house of Arza, steward of (his) house
16. ii he slew all the house of Baasha: he left
16. 12 did Zimri destroy all the house of Baasha
16. iS went into the palace of the king s house
16. 18 king s house, and burnt the king s house
16. 32 an altar for Baal in the house of Baal
17. 15 and she. .and her house, did eat (many)
17. 17 the mistress of the house, fell sick ; anil
17. 23 down out of the chamber into the house
18. 3 which (was) the governor of (his) house
18. 18 thyfather shouse, in that ye have forsaken
20. 6 shall search thine house, and the houses
20. 31 kings of the house of Israel (are)merciful
20. 43 went to his house heavy and displeased
21. 2 it (is) near unto my house : aud I will give
21. 4 came into his house heavy and displeased
21. 22 will make thine house like the house of
21. 22 the house of Baasha the son of Ahijah
21. 29 days will I bring the evil upon his house
22. 1 7 let them return every man to his house in
22. 39 and the ivory house which he made, and
2 Ki. 4. 2 tell me, what hast thou in the house?
4. 2 handmaid hath not anything in the house
4. 32 when Elisha was come into the house, be.
4. 35 Then he returned, and walked in the ho.
5. 9 stood at the door of the house of Elisha
5. 18 when my master goeth into the house of R.
5. 1 8 I bow myself in the house of Rimmon
5. 24 bestowed (them) in the house : and he let
6. 32 Elisha sat in his house, and the elders sat
7. ii and they told (it) to the king s house within
8. 3 to cry unto the king for her house and for
8. 5 cried to the king for her house aud for her
8. 1 8 And he walked . . as did the house of Ahab
8.27 he walked in the way of the house of Ahab
8. 27 he (was) the son-in-law of the house of A.
9. 6 he arose, and went into the house ; and he
9. 7 thou shalt smite the house of Ahab thy in.
9. 8 For the whole house of Ahab shall perish
9. 9 I will make the house of Ahab like the ho.
9. 9 like the house of Baastm the son of Ahijah
9. 27 he tied by the way of the garden house
10. 3 Look . . anil fight for your master s house
10. 5 he that (was) over the house, and he that
10. 10 LORD spake concerning the house of Ahab
10. ii slew all that remained of the house of Ah.
10. 12 ashe(was)attheshearinghouse in the way
10. 14 slew them at the pit of the shearing house
10. 21 And they came into the house of Baal; and
10. 21 the house of Baal was full from one end
10. 23 And Jehu went, .into the house of Baal
10. 25 and went to the city of the house of Baal
10. 26 brought, .the images out of the house of
10. 27 brake down the house of Baal, and made
to. 30 hast done unto the house of Ahab accord.
11. 3 he was with her hid in the house of the L.
n. 4 brought them to him into the house of the
ii. 4 took an oath of them in the house of the
ii. 5 be keepers of the watch of the king s ho.
ii. 6 so shall ye keep the watch of the II<>UM
ii. 7 they shall keep the watch of the house of
ii. 15 Let her not be slain in the house of theL.
ii. 16 way. .horses came into the king s house
ii. 18 went into the house of Baal, and brake it
ii. 18 appointed officers over the house of the
ii. 19 they brought down the king from the ho.
ii. 19 by the way of the gate, .to the king s hou.
11. 20 slew Athaliah. .(beside) the king s house
12. 4 cometh . .to bring into the house of the L.
12. 5 let them repair the breaches of the house
12. 6 had not repaired UM breaches of the ho.
12. 7 Why repair ye not the breaches of the h.?
2 Ki. 12. 7 but deliver it for the breaches of the ho.
12. 8 neither to repair the breaches OL the ho.
12. 9 on the right side as one cometh into the h.
12. 9, i -, brought into the house of the LORD
12. 10 the money, .found in the house of iheLoRD
12. ii that had the oversight of the house of the
12. ii that wrought upon the house of theLuKD
12. 12 to repair the breaches of the house of.the
12. 12 all that was laid out forthe house to rep
12. 13 there were not made for the house of the L.
12. 14 and repaired therewith the house of the L.
12. 18 in the treasures of the house of the LOKD
12. 18 and in the king s house, and sent (it) to H.
12. 20 servants, .slew Joashin (beboose of Milk)
13. 6 not from the sins of the house of Jeroboam
14. 14 the vessels, .found in the house of the L.
14. 14 and in the treasures of the king s house
15. 5 was a leper, .and dwelt in a several house
15. 5 Jot ham the king s son (was)ovcrthe house
15. 25 in the palace of the king s house, with Ar.
5- 35 He built the higher gate of the house of
16. 8 gold, .found in the house of the LORD
16. 8 and in the treasures of the king s house
16. 14 brasen altar, .from the forefront of the h.
16. 14 from between the altar and the house of
16. 18 the covert, .they had built in the house
16. 18 turned he from the lioii.se of the LORD for
17. 21 For he rent Israel from the house of L a.
17. 29, 32 in the houses of the high places which
1 8. 15 all the silver, .found in the house of the
18. 15 and in the treasures of the king s house
19. i Hezekiah. .went into the house of the L.
19. 14 Hezekiah went up into the house of the L.
19. 30 the remnant that is escaped of the house
19. 37 was worshipping in the house of Nisroch
20. i Set thine house in order ; for thou shalt
20. 5, 8 go up unto the house of the Loi:i>
20. 13 showed them all the house of his precious
20. 13 the house of his armour, and all that was
20. 13 there was nothing in his house, nor in all
20. 15 said, What have they seen in thine house?
20. 15 All. .that (are) in mine house have they
20. 17 all that (is) in thine house, and that wh.
21. 4 he built altars in the house of the LORD
21. 5 in the two courts of the house of the L< >I:D
21. 7 he set a graven image, .in the house, of
21. 7 In this house, and in Jerusalem, which I
3i. 13 and the plummet of the house of Ahab
21. 18 wasburiedinthe garden of his own house
21. 23 the servants, .slew the king in his own h.
22. 3 the king sent Shaphan . .to the house of
22. 4 silver, .brought into the house of the Lo.
22. 5, o that have the oversight of the house of
22. 5 the work which (is) in the house of the L.
22. 5 to repair the breaches of the house
22. 6 to buy. .hewn stone to repair the house
22. 8 I have found the book of the law in the h.
22. 9 the money that was found in the house
23. 2 the king went up into the house of the L.
23. 2 of the book . . found in the house of the L.
23. 6 he brought out the grove from the house
23. 7 he brake down the houses of the sodom.
23. 7 that(were)l>ythehoiiseoftheLoRD,where
23. ii at the entering in of the house of the L.
23. 12 in the two courts of the house of the Lo.
23. 19 all the houses also of the high places that
23. 24 book that .Hilkiah.. found in the house
23. 27 I have removed.. the house of which Isa.
24. 13 all the treasuresof the house of the I.< KD
24. 13 and the treasures of the king s house, mid
25. 9 And he burnt the house of the LORD, and
25. 9 and the king s house, and all the hoii-e-.
25. 9 every great (man s) house burnt he witli
-5- 13 pillars of brass, .in the house of the LORD
25. 13 the brazen sea. .in the house of the LOKD
25. 16 Solomon had made for the house of the L.
i Ch. 2. 54 Thesonsof Salma. .the house ofJoah, ami
2. 55 Hemath, the father of the house of Rechab
4. 21 families of the house, .of the house of A.
4. 38 the house of their fathers increased grea.
5. 13 their brethren, of the house of their 1 ath.
5. 15 Guni, chief of the house of their fathers
5. 24, 24 heads of the house of their fathers
6. 31 set over the service of song in the house
6. 32 until Solomon had built the house of the
6. 48 service of the talwrnacle of the house of
7. 2 sons ofTola, .headi oftheir father s house
7. 4 with them, .after the house of their fath.
7. 7, o heads of the house of (their) fathers
7. 23 Beriah, because it went evil with his ho.
7. 40 All these, .heads of (their) father s house
9. 9 chief of the fathers in the house of their
9. 1 1 son of Ahitub, the ruler of the house of G.
9. 13 brethren, heads of the house of their fath.
9. 13 for the work of the service of the house of
9. 19 his brethren, of the house of his father
9. 23 the oversight of the gates of the house of
9. 23 the house of the tabernacle, by wards
9. 26 the chambers and treasuries of the l>i,-.
9. 27 they lodged round about the house of G.
10. 6 Saul died . . and all his house died together
10. 10 they put his armour in the house of their
12. 28 of his father s house twenty and two cap.
12. 29 had kept the ward of the house of Saul
12. 30 famous throughout the house of their fa.
13. 7 they carried the ark . . out of the house of
13. 13 carried it aside into the house of Obed-e.
13. 14 the ark of God remained, .in his house
13. 14 the LORD blessed the house of Obed-edom
14. i masons and carpenters, to build him an h.
15. i made him houses in the city of David, and
15. 25 to bring up the ark. .out of the house of
HOUSE 497 HOUSE
I Ch.it. 43 And all. .departed every man to his house
16. 43 and David returned to bless his house
17. i carao to pass, as David sat iti his house
17. i I dwell in an house of cedars, but the ark
17. 4 Thou shall not build me an house to dw.
17. 5 For I have iiot dwelt in an house since
17. 6 Whyhaveyenotbuilt meanhouseofcedar
ij . 10 tell thee. .the LORD will build tin-ran ho.
17. 12 He shall build me an house, and I will
17. 14 I will settle him ill mine house and in my
17. 16 Who (am) I. .and what (is) mine house
17. 17 thou hast, .spoken of thy servant s housb
17. 23 concerning thy servant, and. .his house
17. 24 (let) the house of David, .(be) established
17. 25 hast told, .thou wilt build him an house
17. 27 let it please thee to bless the house of thy
21. 17 be on me, and on my father s house; but
22. i This (is) the house of the LORD God, and
22. 2 he set masons, .to build the house of God
22. 5 the house (that is) to be builded for the L.
22. 6 charged him to build an house for the L.
2.2. 7 it was in my mind to build an house unto
22. 8 thou shalt not build an house unto my
22. 10 He shall build an house for my name
22. u build the house of theLoRDthyGod.ashe
22. 14 I have prepared for r,he house of the LORD
22. 19 into the house that is to be built to the
23. 4 to set forward thework of the house of the
23. ii reckoning, according to(thelr) father s ho.
23. 2\ sons of Levi after the house of their fath.
23. 24, 28, 32 the service of the house of the L.
23. 28 the work of the service of the house of G.
24. 4 sixteen chief men of the house of (their)
24. 4 eight, .according to the house of their fa.
24. 19 in their service to come into the house of
24. 30 of the Leyites after the house of their fa.
25. 6 for song (in) the house of the LORD, with c.
25. 6 for the service of the house of God, accord.
26. 6 ruled throughout the house of their father
26. 12 to minister in the house of the LORD
26. 13 according to the house of their fathers
26. 15 and to his sons the house of Asuppim
26 ->.o over the treasures of the house of God, and
26. 22 overthe treasures of the house of the LORD
26. 27 did they dedicate to maintain the house of
28. 2 I (had) in mine heart to build an house of
28. 3 Thou shalt not build an house for my name
28. 4 chose me before all the house ofmy father
28. 4 the house of Judah the house of my father
8. 6 he shall build my house and my courts
28. 10 chosen thee to build an house for the san.
28. ii of the porch, and of the houses thereof
28. 12 of the courts of the house of the LORD, and
28. 12 of the treasuries of the house of God, and
28. 13, 20 the service of the house of the LORD
28. 13 vessels of service in the house of the L.
28. 21 forallt^e service of the house of God : and
29. 2 I have prepared . . for the house of my G.
29. 3 I have set my affections to the house of
29. 3 I have given to the house of my God. over
29. 3 all that I have prepared for the holy ho.
29. 4 silver, to overlay the walls of the houses
29. 7 gave for the service of the house of God
29. 8 to the treasure of the house of the LORD
29. 16 to build thee an house for thine holy na.
,?Ch. 2. i to build an house for the name of the Lo.
2. i of the LORD, and an house for his kingdom
2. 3 cedars to build him an house to dwell th.
2. 4 I build an house to the name of the LORD
2. 5 house which I build (is) great ; for great
2. 6 who is able to build him an house, seeing
2. 6 that I should build him an house, save
2. 9 for the house which I am about to build
2. 12 build an house for the LORD, and an h.
3. i Then Solomon began to build the house
3 was instructed for the building of the hou.
4 according to the breadth of the house
5 the greater house he ceiled with fir tree
6 he garnished the house with precious st.
7 He overlaid also the house, the beams
8 he made the most holy house, the length
8 according to the breadth of the house
3. 10 in the most holy house he made two che.
3. ii, 12 reaching to the wall of the house
3. 15 he made before the house two pillars of
4. u finished the work, .for the house of God
4. 16 their instruments . . for the house of the L.
4. 19 all the vessels that (were for) the house of
4. 22 the entry of the house, the inner doors
4. 22 and the doors of the house of the temple
5. i that Solomon made for the house of the L.
5. i among the treasures of the house of God
5. 7 unto his place, to the oracle of the house
5. 13 house was filled with a cloud . .the house
5. 14 the glory of the LORD had filled the house
6. 2 I have built an house of habitation for
6. 5 I chose no city, .to build an house in, that
6. 7 to build an house for the name of the L.
6. 8 it was in thine heart to build an house for
6. 9 thou shalt not build the house ; but thy
6. 9 he shall build the house for my name
6. 10 have built the house for the name of the
6. 18 much less this house which I have built !
6. 20 That thine eyes may be open upon this h.
6. 22 the oath come before thine altar in this h.
6. 24 make supplication before thee in this ho.
6. 29 shall spread forth his hands in this house
6. 32 if they come and pray in this house
6. 33 that this house, which I have built, is cal.
6. 34, 38 house which 1 have built for thy name
y. i and the glory of the LORD filled the house
7. 2 the priests could not enter into the house
a Ch. 7. 2 glory of the LORD had filled the . . house
7. 3 and the glory of the LORD upon the house
7. 5 So the king, .dedicated the house of God
7. 7 the court that (was) before the house of
7. ii the house of the LORD, and the king s h.
7. ii the house of the LORD, and in his own h.
7. 12 choseu this place to myself for an house
7. 16 now have I chosen and sanctified this ho.
7. 20 and this house, which I have sanctified for
7. ii this house, which is high, shall be an as.
7. 21 done thus unto this land, and unto this h.
8. i built the house of the LORD, and his own h.
8. ii unto the house that he had built for her
8. 1 1 My wife shall not dwell in the house of D.
8. 16 the day of the foundation of the house of
8. 16 (So) the house of the LORD was perfected
Q. 3 when the queen . . had seen . . the house that
9. 4 by.which he went up into the house of the L.
9. ii terraces to the house oi tue LORD, and to
9. 16, 20 the house of the forest of Lebanon
10. 16 (and) now, David, see to thine own house
10. 19 Israel rebelled against the house of David
11. i he gathered of the house of Judah and B.
11. 4 return every man to his house ; for this
12. 9 the treasures of the house of the LORD
T2. 9 and the treasures of the king s house ; he
12. 10 that kept the entrance of the king s house
12. ii when theking entered into thehouseofthe
15. 18 he brought into the house of God the things
16. 2 house of the LORD and of the king s house
16. 10 was wroth, .and put him in a prison house
17. 14 according to the house of theirfathers : of
18. 16 return, .every man to his house in peace
19. i the king, .returned to his house in peace
19. ii the ruler of the house of Judah, for all the
20. 5 in the house of the LORD, before the new
20. 9 before this house . . thy name (is) in this ho.
20. 28 with . . trumpets into the house of the LORD
21. 6 like as did the house of Ahab : for he had
21. 7 LORD would not destroy the house of David
21. 13 like to the whoredoms of the house of A.
21. 13 hast slain thy brethren of thy father s ho.
2 1 . 1 7 the substance . . found in the king s house
22. 3 He also walked In the ways of the house
22. 4 he did evil, .like the house of Ahab : for
22. 7 had anointed to cut off the house of Ahab
22. 8 was executing judgment upon the house
22. 9 So the house of Ahaziah had no power to
22. 10 all the seed royal of the house of Judah
22. 12 he was with them hid in the house of God
23. 3 made a covenant with the king in the house
23. 5 a third part (shall be) at the king s house
23. 5 in the courts of the house of the LORD
23. 6 let none come into the house of the LORD
23. 7 whosoever. . cometh into the house, he sho.
23. 9 shields . . which (were) in the house of God
23. 12 she came to the people unto the house of
23. 14 said, Slay her not in the house of the LORD
23. 15 of the horse gate by the king s house, they
23. 17 all the people went to the house of Baal
23. 1 8 the offices of the house of the LORD by the
23, 18 had distributed in the house of the LORD
23. 19 he set the porters at the gates of the house
23. 20 brought down the king from the house of
23. 20 through the high gate into the king shouse
24. 4 Joash was minded to repair the house of
24. 5 money to repair . . house of your God from
24. 7 had broken up the house of God ; and also
24. 7 the dedicated things of the house of the L.
24. 8 without at the gate of the house of the Lo.
24. 12 of the service of the house of the LORD
24. 12 to repair the house of the LORD, and also
24. 12 as wrought.,to mend the house of the LORD
24. 13 they set the house of God in his state, and
24. 14 whereof were made vessels for the house
24. 14 they offered burnt offerings in the house
24. 16 both toward God, and toward his house
24. 18 they left the house of the LORD God of
24. 21 stoned him. .in the court of the house of
24. 27 and the repairing of the house of God
25. 5 captains. . according to the houses of. .fa.
25. 24 all the vessels that were found in the ho.
25. 24 the treasures of the kin^s house, the ho.
26. 19 before the priests in the house of the Lo.
26. 21 and dwelt in a several house, .a leper
26. 21 he was cut off from the house of the LORD
26. 21 Jotham his son (was) over the king s ho.
27. 3 He built the high gate of the house of the
28. 7 slew. . Azrikam the governor of th house
28. 21 a portion (out) of the house of the LORD
28. 21 and (out) of the house of the king, and of
28. 24, 24 the vessels of the house of God
28. 24 shut up the doors of the house of the LORD
29. 3 opened the doors of the house of the LORD
29. 5 sanctify the house of the LORD God of your
29. 15 and came, .to cleanse the house of the L.
29. 16 the inner part of the house of the LORD
29. 16 into the court of the house of the LORD
29. 17 they sanctified the house of the LORD in
29. 18 We have cleansed all the house of the L.
29. 20 Hezekiah . . went up to the house of the L.
29. 25 he set the Levites in the house of the Lo.
29. 31 bring, .offerings into the house of the L.
29. 35 the service of the house of the LORD was
30. i they should come to the house of the LORD
30. 15 brought, .offerings into the house of the
31. 10 Azariah the chief priest of the house of Z.
3 1. 10 to bring the offerings into the house of the
31 ii to prepare chambers in the house of the
31. 13 and Azariah the ruler of the house of God
31. 16 that entereth into the house of the LORD
31. 17 the genealogy of the priests by the house
-a Ch. 31. 21 In the service of the house of God, andin
32. 2 when he was come into the house of his.
33. 4 he built altars in the house of the LORD
33. 5 in the two courts of the house of the LORD
33. 7 he set a carved image . . in the house of G.
33. 7 In this house, and in Jerusalem, which I
33. 15 and the idol out of the house of the LORD
33. 15 in the mount of the house of the LORD
33. 20 they buried him in his own house : and A.
33. 24 And his servants, slew him in his own h.
34. 8 when he had purged the land, and the ho.
34. 8 to repair the house of the LORD his God
^4. 9, 14 money that was brought into the ho.
14. 10 workiufc.,)thathad. . oversight of the house
34. 10 that wru jifht in the house of the LORD
34. 10 gave it. .to repair and amend the house
34. 1 1 to floor the houses which the kirgs of J.
34. 15 I hav.e found the book of the law in the h.
34. 17 the monej that was found m the house of
^4. 30 the king went up into the house of the L.
34. 30 book, .that was found in the house of the
35. 2 to the service of the house of the LORD
35. 3 Put the holy ark in the house which Sol.
35. 4 prepare . . by the houses of your fathers
35. 8 rulers of the house of God, gave unto the
35. 21 but against the house wherewith I have
36. 7 the vessels of the house of the LORD to B.
36. 10 with the goodly vessels of the hcuse of the
36. 14 polluted the house of the LORD which he
36. 17 slew, .with the sword in the houseof their
36. 18 all the vessels of the house of God, great
36. 18 the treasures of the house of the LORD
36. 19 they burnt the house of God, and braked.
36. 23 hath charged me to build him an house
Ezra i. 2 hath charged me to build him an house
i. 3 build the house of the LORD God of Israel
i. 4 freewill offeringfor the houseof God that
i. 5 to go up to build the house of the LORD
i. 7 brought forth the vessels of the house of
1. 7 and had put them in the house of his gods
2. 36 of the house of Jeshua, nine hundred se.
2. 59 they could not show their fathers house
2. 68 when they came to the house of the LORD
2. 68 offered freely for the house of God to set
3. 8 of their coming unto the house of God at
3. 8 to set forward the work of the house of the
3. 9 to set forward the workmen in the house
3. ii because the foundation of the house of the
3. 12 ancient men, that had seen the first house
3. 12 when the foundation of this house was laid
4. 3 Ye have nothing to do .. to build an house
6. 22 in the work of the house of God, the God
7. 27 to beautify the house of the LORD which
8. 17 bring unto us ministers for the house of
8. 25 the offering of the house of our God, wh.
8. 29 in the chambers of the house of the LORD
8. 30 to Jerusalem, unto the house of our God
8. 33 weighed in the house of our God by the h,
8. 36 they furthered the people, and the house
9. 9 to set up the house of our God, and to
10. i casting himself down before the house of
10. 6 Ezra rose up from before the house of God
10. 9 the people sat in the street of the house
10. 16 chief of the fathers, after the house of:their
Nell. i. 6 both I and my father s house have sinned
2. 8 thepalacewhich(appertained)tothehouse
2. 8 and for the house that I shall enter into
3. 10 repaired Jedaiah. .over against his house
3. 16 repaired Xehemiah. .unto the house of the
3. 20, 21 the door of the house of Kliashib
3. 21 even to the end of the house of Eliashib
3. 23 After him repaired, .over against their h.
3. 23 After him repaired Azariah. .by his house
3. 24 from the house of Azariah unto the turn.
3. 25 which lieth out from the king s high house
3. 28 repaired, .every one over against his house
3. 29 repaired Zadok. .over against his house
4. 14 and fight for., your wives, and your houses
4. 16 the rulers, .behind all the house of Judah
5. 3 Wehavemortgagedourlands..andhouses
5. ii Kestore.I pray you, to them .theirhouses
5. 13 God shake out every man from his house
6. 10 I came unto thehouseofShemaiahtheson
6. 10 Let us meet together in the houseof God
7. 3 and everyone(tobe)overagainsthishouse
7. 4 therein, and the houses (were) not builded
7. 39 the house of Jeshua, nine hundred seventy
7. 61 they could not show their fathers house
8. 16 in the courts of the house of God, and in
9. 25 possessed houses full of all goods, wells
10. 32 for the service of the house of our God
10. 33 (for) all the work of the house of our God
10. 34 lots, .to bring (it) into the house of ourG.
10. 34 after the houses of our fathers, at times
ID. 35 And to bring. . unto the house of the LORD
10. 36 to bring to the house of ourGod, unto the
jo. 36 priests that minister in the house of our
10. 37 to the chambers of the house of our God
10. 38 the tithe of the tithes unto the houseof our
10. 38 to the chambers, into the treasure house
10. 39 we will not forsake the house of our God
11. it Seraiah. .(was) the ruler of the house of
ii. 12 their brethren that did the work of the ho.
ii. 16 the outward business of the house of God
11. 22 singers, .over the business of the house ol
12. 29 from the house of Gilgal, andoutof thef.
12. 37 above the house of David, even unto tha
12. 4080 stood the two. .in the house of God, and
13. 4 of the chamber of the house of our God
13. 7 chamber in the courtsof the house of G.
13. 9 brought I again the vessels of the house
13. 1 1 and said, Whyis the house of God forsaken)
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HOUSE 498 HOUSE
> eh 13. 14 that I have done for the house of my God
Esth. i 8 appointed to.. the officers of his house
i Q women (in) the royal house which fbelo.)
1 22 every man should bear rule in his. .house
2 3 thehouseof the women, unto the custody
2 8 was brought also unto the king s house
- o to Ue given her, out of the king s house
2. 9 the best (place) of the house of the women
2 ii before the court of the women s house, to
2 13 house of the women unto the king s house
2! 14 into the second house of the women,tothe
2. 16 unto king Ahasuerus into his house i..\al
4. 13 thou shalt escape in the king s house more
4 14 thy father s house shall be destroyed: and
5 i king s house, over against the king s house
5 . i house, over against thegateof the house
6 4 the outward court of the king s house
6. 12 Haman hasted to his house mourning, and
7 8 force the queen . . before me in the house .
7 9 gallows . . standeth in the house of Hainan
3. i give the house of Haman, the Jews enemy
8 2 set Mordecai over the house of Haman
8. 7 I have given Esther the house of Haman
9. 4 Mordecai (was) great in the king s house
Job i . 4 his sons went and feasted (in their) houses
i 10 about his house, and about all that he
i. 13, 18 eating, .in theireldest brother s house
i 19 smote the four corners of the house, and
3 15 who filled their houses with silver
4 19 less (in) them that dwell in houses of clay
7! 10 He shall return no more to his house
8 15 He shall lean upon his house, but it
15. 28 in houses which no man inhabiteth, -which
17 1 3 the grave (is) mine house : I have made my
19 15 They that dwell in mine house, and my
20 19 taken away an house which he builded not
20 28 The increase of his house shall depart
21 q Their houses (are) safe from fear, neither
21 21 what pleasure (hath) he in his house after
21 28 say, Where (is) the house of the prince? and
23 1 8 he filled their houses with good (things)
24 16 In the dark they dig through houses, (wh.)
27 18 He buildeth his house as a moth, and as
30 23 and (to) the house appointed for all living
ii. 20 know the paths (to) the house thereof?
30 6 Whose house I have made the wilderness
12 ii did eat bread with him in his house : and
Psa s 7 will come (into) thy house in the multitude
23. 6 dwell in the house of the LOUD for ever
26. 8 I have loved the habitation of thy house
27 4 I may dwell in the house of the LORD all
30! title, (at) the dedication of the house of David
31 2 rock, for an house of defence to save me
36 8 satisfied with the fatness of thy house
42 4 I went with them to the house of God
5o o I will take no bullock out of thy house
5
- title. David is come to the house of Ahime.
52 8 like a green olive tree in the house of G.
55. 14 walked unto the house of God in company
59. title, and they watched the house to kill him
65 4 satisfied with the goodness of thy house
66. 13 I will go into thy house with .. offerings
6g q the zeal of thine house hath eaten me up
84 3 Yea, the sparrow hath found an house
1. 4 Blessed (are) they that dwell in thy house
84. 10 be a doorkeeper in the house of my God
92. 13 Those that be planted in the house of the
03. 5 holiness becometh thine house, O LORD
08 3 and his truth toward the house of Israel
lot. 2 walk within my house with a perfect heart
101 7 deceit shall not dwell within my house : he
104 17 (as for) the stork, the fir trees (are) her h.
105. 21 He made him lord of his house, and ruler
112. 3 Wealth and riches (shall be) in his house
113 9 He maketh the barren woman to keep h.
114. i house of Jacob from a people of strange
115 10 O house of Aaron, trust in the LORD: he
115. 12 The LORD., will bless the house of Israel
115 12 he will bless the house of Aaron
116. 19 In the courts of the LORD S house, in the
1 18. 3 Let the house of Aaron now say, that his
11 8. 26 we have blessed you out of the house of
119. 54 have been my songs in the house of my
122, i Let us go into the house of the LORD
12". s set thrones, .the thrones of the house of
122 9 Because of the house of the LOKD our God
127 i Except the LORD build the house, they
128. 3 fruitful vine by the sides of thine house
1 32. 3 not come into the tabernacle of my house
134. i which by night stand in the house of the
135. 2 Ye that stand in the house of the LORD, in
1-55. 2 in the courts of the house of our God
135. 19 Bless the LORD, O house of Israel. .O house
135. 20 Bless the LORD, O house of Levi : ye that ,
Prov. i. 13 we shall fill our houses with spoil
2. 18 For her house inclineth unto death, and
3. 33 curse, .(is) in the house of the wicked
5. 8 and come not nigh the door of her house
5. 10 thy labours (be) in the house of a stranger
6. 31 shall give all the substance of his house
7. 6 For at the window of my house I looked
7. 8 Passing, .he went the way to her house
7. ii stubborn ; her feet abide not in herhou-r
7. 27 Her house (is)the way to bell, goingdown
9. i Wisdom hath builded her house, she hath
Q, 14 she sitteth at the door of her house, on
it. 29 He that troubleth his own house shall
12. 7 the house of the righteous shall stand
14. i Every wise woman buildeth her house
JProv. 14. ii house of the wicked shall be overthrown
15. 6 In the house of the righteous (is) much
15. 25 LORD will destroy the house of the proud
15. 27 He that is greedy, .troubleth his own ho.
17. i an house full of sacrifices (with) strife
17. 13 evil shall not depart from his house
19. 14 House and riches (are) the inheritance of
21. 9 with a brawling woman in a wide house
21. 12 eonsidiTeth the house of the wicked
24. 3 Through wisdom is an house builded, and
24. 27 Prepare, .and afterwards build thine ho.
25. 17 Withdraw thy foot from. . neighl>our s ho.
25. 24 with a brawling woman and in a wide ho.
27. 10 neither go into thy brother s house in the
30. 26 yet make they their houses in the rocks
Eccl. 2. 4 builded me houses; I planted me viney.
2. 7 maidens, and had servants born in my h.
5. i when thou goest to the house of God, and
7. 2 house of mourning than to go to the house
7. 4 The heart of the wise (is) in the house of
7. 4 heart of fools (is) in the house of mirth
10. 18 through idleness of the hands the house
12. 3 the keepers of the house shall tremble
Song 1.17 The beams of our house (are) cedar, (and)
2. 4 He brought me to the banqueting house
3. 4 I had brought him into my mother s house
8. 2 bring thee into my mother s house, (who)
8. 7 all the substance of his house for love
Isa. 2. 2 the mountain of the LORD S house shall be
2. 3 let us. .to the house of the God of Jacob
2. 5 O house of Jacob, come ye, and let us walk
2. 6 forsaken thy people the house of Jacob
3. 6 his brother, of the house of his father
3. 7 in my house (is) neither bread nor clothing
3. 14 the spoil of the poor (is) in your houses
5. 7 For the vineyard, .(is) the house of Israel
5. 8 Woe unto them that join house to house
5. 9 many houses shall be desolate, (even) gr.
6. 4 cried, and the house was filled with smoke
6. ii the houses without man, and the land be
7. 2 it was told the house of David, saying
7. 13 O house of David ; (Is it) a small thing for
7. 17 upon thy father s house, days that have
8. 14 of offence to both the houses of Israel
8. 17 hideth his face from the house of Jacob
10. 20 such as are escaped of the house of Jacob
13. 16 their houses shall be spoiled, and their
13. 21 houses shall be full of doleful creatures
14. i they shall cleave to the house of Jacob
14. 2 the house of Israel shall possess them in
14. 17 opened not the house of his prisoners?
14. 1 8 lie in glory, every one in his own house
22. 8 the armour of the house of the forest
22. 10 the houses of Jerusalem, and the houses
22. 15 (even) unto Shebna, which (is)overtheh.
22. 1 8 (shall be) the shame of thy lord s house
22. 21 shall be a father, .to the house of Judah
22. 22 the key of the house of David will I lay
22. 23 a glorious throne to his father s house
22. 24 all the glory of his father s house, the
23. i there is no house, no entering in : from
24. 10 every house is shut up, that no man may
29. 22 concerning the house of Jacob, Jacob
31. 2 arise against the house of the evil doers
32. 13 all the houses of joy (in) the joyous city
36. 3 Hilkiah s son, which was over the house
37. i and went into the house of the LORD
37. 14 went up uuto the house of the LORD, and
37. 31 that is escaped of the house of Judah
37. 38 he was worshipping in the house of Nisr.
38. i Set thine house in order : for thou shalt
38. 20 we will sing, .in the house of the LORD
38. 22 I shall go up to the house of the LORD t
39. 2 the house of his precious things, the
39. 2 all the house of his armour, and all that
39. 2 there was nothing in his house, nor in
39. 4 What have they seen in thine house? And
39. 4 All that (is) in mine house have they seen
39. 6 all that (is) in thine house, and (that)
42. 7 sit in darkness out of the prison house
42. 22 they are hid in prison houses: they are
44. 13 figure, .that it may remain in the house
46. 3 Hearken unto me, O house of Jacob, and
46 3 the remnant of the house of Israel, which
48. i O house of Jacob, which are called by the
56. 5 unto them will I give in mine house and
56. 7 make them joyful in my house of prayer
56. 7 called an house of prayer for all people
58. i and show, .the house of Jacob their sins
58. 7 the poor that are cast out to thy house?
60. 7 and I will glorify the house of my glory
63. 7 great goodness toward the house of IM :u 1
64. ii our beautiful house, where our fathers
65. 21 they shall build houses, ndlnhabtt(tbem)
66. i where (is) the house that ye build untonic?
66 20 an offering, .into the house of the I. i:i
Jer 2. 4 the word of the Lour, O house of Jacob
2. 4 all the families of the house of Israel
2. 26 so is the house of Israel ashamed ; they
3. 18 house of Judah shall walk with the house
3. 20 treacherously with me, O house of [me]
5 . 7 assembled, .by troops in. .harlots DOOMI
5 . ii thehouseof Israel and the house of Judah
5. 15 will bring a nation . .O house of Israel
s. 20 Derlare this in the house of Jacob, and
5. 27 so (are) their houses full of deceit : there.
6. 12 their houses shall be turned unto others
7. 2 Stand in the gate of the LORD S house
7. 10 stand before me in this house, which is
7. ii Is this house, which is called by my name
7 14 Therefore will I do unto (this) house
7 30 in the house which is called by my name
Jer. 9. 26 the house of Israel (are) uncircumcised in
10. i LORD speaketh unto you,O house of Israel
11. 10 the house of Israel and the hoiiseof Judah
ii. 15 What hath my beloved to do in mine ho.
11. 17 of the house of Israel, and of the house
12. 6 the house of thy father, even they have
12. 7 I have /orsaken mine house, I have left
12. 14 pluck out thehouseof Judah from ani iiig
13. ii whole house of Israel and the whole house
16. 5 Enter not into the house of mourning
16. 8 not also go into the house of feasting
17. 22 out of your houses on the sabbath day
17. 26 sacrifices, .unto the house of the LORD
18. 2 go down to the potter s house, and there
18. 3 I went down to the potter s house ; aud
18. 60 house of Israel, cannot I do with you
18. 6 so (are) ye in mine hand, O house of Israel
18. 22 Let a cry be heard from their houses
19. 13 the houses of Jerusalem, and the houses
19. 13 the houses upon whose roofs they have
19. 14 he stood in the court of the LORD S house
20. i chief governor in the house of the LORD
20. 2 which (was) by the house of the LORD
20. 6 all that dwell in thine house, shall go
21. ii touching the house of the king of Judah
21. 12 O house of David, thus saith the LORD
22. i Go down to the house of the king of Jud.
22. 4 enter in by the gates of this house kings
22. 5 that this house shall become a desolation
22. 6 the LORD unto the king s house of Judah
22. 13 buildeth his house by unrighteousness
22. 14 build me a wide house and large chambers
23. 8 which led the seed of the house of Israel
23. ii in my house have I found their wicked.
23. 34 will even punish that man and his house
26. 2 Stand in the court of the LORD S house
26. 2 which come to worship in the LORD S ho.
26. 6 Then will I make this house like Shiloh
26. 7 these words in the house of the LORD
26. 9 This house shall be like Shiloh, and this
26. 9 against J eremiah in the house of the LOKD
26. 10 king s house unto the house of the LORD
26. 12 sent me to prophesy against this house
26. 18 the mountain of the house as the high
27. 16 the vessels of the LORD S house shall now
27. 18, 2t house of the Lord, and (in) the house
28. i spake unto me in the house of the LORD
28. 3 all the vessels of the LORD S house that
28. 5 that stood in the house of the LORD
28. 6 to bring, .the vessels of the LORD S house
29. 5, 28 Build ye houses, and dwell (in them)
29. 26 be officers in the house of the LORD, for
31. 27 sow the house of Israel, and the house
31. 31 house of Israel, and with the house of I.
31. 33 I will make with the house of Israel
32. 2 which (was) in the king of Judah s house
32. 15 Houses and fields and vineyards shall be
32. 29 burn it with the houses upon whose roofs
32. 34 in the house which is called by name
33. 4 concerning the houses of this city, and
33. 4 concerning the houses of the kings of I.
33. ii sacrifice, .into the house of the LORD
33. 14 the house of Israel, and to the house of
33. 17 upon the throne of the house of Israel
34. 13 of Egypt, out of the house of bond men
34. 15 in the house which is called by my name
35 . 2 Go unto the house of the Rechabites, and
35. 2 bring them into the house of the LORD
35. 3 and the whole house of the Rechabites
35. 4 brought them into the house of the Lor.D
35 5 I set before the sons of the house of the
35 7 Neither shall ye build house, nor sow seed
35. 9 Nor to build houses for us to dwell in
35 18 said unto the house of the Rechabites
36. 3 It may be that the house of Judah will
36. 5 I cannot go into the house of the LORD
36. 6 in the LORD S house upon the fasting day
36. 8 words of the LORD in the LORD S house
36. 10 Then read Baruch. .in the house of the L.
36. 10 entry of the new gate of the LORD S house
36. 12 he went down into the king s house, into
36. 22 the king sat in the winter house, in the
37. 15, 20 in the house of Jonathan the scribe
37. 17 the king asked him secretly in his house
38. 7 one of the eunuchs, .in the king s house
38 8 went forth out of the king s house, and
3s! ii went into the house of the king under the
38 14 entry that (is) in the house of the LORD
3S. 17 and thou shalt live, and thine house
38. 22 that are left in the king of Judah s house
38 26 cause me to return to Jonathan s house
39 8 burned the king s house, and the houses
41 5 to bring (them) to the house of the LORD
3! 9 the entry of Pharaoh shouseinTahpanhes
13 12 fire in the houses of the gods of Egypt
3 13 the houses of the gods of the Egyptians
48 13 house of Israel was ashamed of Beth-el
5 i . 51 into the sanctuaries of the LORD S house
52! 13 the house of the LORD, and the king s h.
52. 13 houses of Jerusalem, and all the houses
s" 17 pillars (were) in the house of the LORD
52. 17 sea that (was) in the house of the LORD
52. 20 Solomon had made in the house of the L.
Lar.i. 2. 7 made a noise in the house of the LORD
5. 2 turned to strangers, our houses to aliens
Eze. 2. 5 forbear, for they (are) a rebellious house
2. 6 afraid . . though they (be) rebellious ho.
2. 8 not. .rebellious like that rebellious house
3. i and go speak unto the house of Israel
3. 4 get thee unto the house of Israel, and
3. 5 (art) not sent .. (but) to the house of I srael
3. 7 the house of Israel will not hearken unto
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Eze. 3. 7 the house of Israel (are) impudent and h
3. 9 fear them not.. they (be) a rebellious
3. 17 a watclini:iii unto the house of Israel
3. al said. .Go, shut thyself within thine hous
3. 26, 27 for they (are) a rebellious house
4. 3 (shall be) a sign to the house of Israel
4. 4, 5 the iniquity of the house of Israel
4. 6 thou shalt bear the iniquity of the house
5. 4 come forth into all the house of Israel
6. ii evil abominations of the house of Israel
7. 24 the heathen . .shall possess their houses
8. i I sat in mine house, and the elders of
8. 6 that the house of Israel committeth here
8. 10 idols of the house of Israel, pourtrayed
8. ii, 12 the ancients of the house of Israel
8. 14 the door of the gate of the LORD S house
8. 16 into the inner court of the LORD S house
8. 17 Is it a light thing to the house of Judah
9. 3 gone up. .to the threshold of the house
9. 6 ancient men which (were) before the house
9. 7 Deflle the house, and fill the courts with
9. 9 The iniquity of the house of Israel and
10. 3 stood ou the right side of the house when
10. 4 the threshold of the house ; and the house
10. 18 from off the threshold of the house, and
10. 19 door of the east gate of the LORD S house
11. i unto the east gate of the LORD S house
ii. 3 let us build houses : this (city is) the
ii. 5 Thus have ye said, house of Israel : for
11. 15 the house of Israel wholly, (are) they unto
12. 2 dwellest in. .midst of a rebellious house
12. 2 hear not : for they (are) a rebellious house
12. 3 though they (be) a rebellious house
12. 6 sec. .(for) a sign unto the house of Israel
12. 9 the house of Israel, the rebellious house
12. 10 the house of Israel that (are) among them
12. 24 divination within the house of Israel
12 25 in your days, O rebellious house, will I
12. 27 (they of) the house of Israel say, The
13. 5 neither made up the hedge for the house
13. 9 inthe writingof the house of Israel,neither
14. 4 Every man of the house of Israel that
14. 5 I may take the house of Israel in their
14. 6 say unto the house of Israel, Thus saith
14. 7 every one of the house of Israel, or of the
14. ii the house of Israel may go no more astray
16. 41 they shall burn thinehouses with lire, and
17. 2 speak a parable unto the house of Israel
17. 12 Say now to the rebellious house, Know ye
18. 6, 15 to the idols of the house of Israel
18. 25 O house of Israel; Is not my way equal
18. 29 Yet saith the house of Israel, The way of
18. 29 O house of Israel, arenot my ways equal?
18. 30 I will judge you, O house of Israel, every
18. 31 for why will ye die, O house of Israel?
20. 5 hand unto the seed of the house of Jacob
20. 13 the house of Israel rebelled against me
20. 27 speak unto the house of Israel, and say
20. 30 say unto the house of Israel, Thus saith
20. 31 I be enquired of by you, O house of Israel?
20. 39 house of Israel, thus saith the Lord GOD
20. 40 all the house of Israel, all of them in the
20. 44 your corrupt doings, O ye house of Israel
22. 18 the house of Israel is to me become dross
23. 39 have they done in the midst of mine house
23. 47 slay, .and bum up their house with fire
24. 3 a parable unto the rebellious house, and
24. 21 Speak unto the house of Israel, Thus saith
25. 3 against the house of Judah, when they we.
25. 8 Behold, the house of Judah (is) like unto
25. 12 hath dealt against the house of Judah by
26. 12 they shall, .destroy thy pleasant houses
27. 14 They of the house of Togarmah traded in
28. 24 a pricking brier unto the house of Israel
28. 25 have gathered the house of Israel from the
28. 26 shall build houses, and plant vineyards
29. 6 been a staff of reed to the house of Israel
29. 16 no more the confidence of the house of I.
29. 21 horn of the house of Israel to bud forth
33. 7 set . . a watchman unto the house of Israel
33. 10 speak unto the house of Israel, .saying
33. ii for why will ye die, O house of Israel ?
33. 20 O ye house of Israel, I will judge you every
33. 30 the walls, and in the doors of the houses
34. 30 they. . the house of Israel, (are) my people
35. 15 the inheritance of the house of Israel, bee.
36. 10 all the house of Israel, (even) all of it : and
36. 17 when the house of Israel dwelt in their
36. 21 which the house of Israel had profaned
36. 22 Therefore say unto the house of Israel
36. 22 do not (this) for your sakes, O house of Isr.
36. 32 be ashamed and confounded . . O house of
36. 37 be enquired of by the house of Israel
37. 1 1 these bones are the whole house of Israel
37. 16 (for)all the house of Israel his companions
38. 6 the house of Togarmah of the north quar.
39. 12 seven months shall the house of Israel be
39. 22 So the house of Israel shall know that I
39. 23 shall know that the houss of Israel went
39. 25 mercy upon the whole house of Israel, and
39. 29 my spirit upon the house of Israel, saith
40. 4 declare all that thou seest to the house of
40. 5 behold a wall on the outside of the house
40. 45 the keepers of the charge of the house
40. 47 and the altar (that was) before the house
40. 48 he brought me to the porch of the house
41. s After he measured the wall of the house
41. 5, 10 round about the house on every side
41. 6 into the wall which (was) of the house for
41. 6 they had not hold in the wall of the house
41. 7 for the winding about of the house went
41. 7 upward round about the house : therefore
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Eze. 41. 7 breadth of the house (was still) upward
41. 8 I saw also the height of the house round
41. 13 So he measured the house, an hundred c.
41. 14 Also the breadtli of the face of the house
41. 17 even unto the inner house, and without
41. 19 made through all the house round about
41. 26 and (upon) the side chambers of the house
42. 15 made an end of measuring the inner house
43. 4 the glory of the LORD came into the house
43. 5 and . . the glory of the LORD filled the house
43. 6 speaking unto me out of the house ; and
43. 7 shall the house of Israal no more defile
43. 10 show the house to the house of Israel, that
43. ii show them the form of the house, and the
43. 12 This (is) the law of the house; upon the top
43. 21 burn it in the appointed place of the house
44. 4 way of the north gate before the house
44. 4 the glory of the LORD filled the house of
44. 5 the ordinances of the house of the LORD
44. 5 mark well the entering in of the house
44. 6 thou shalt say . . to the house of Israel, Thug
44. 6 O ye house of Israel, let it suffice you of
44. 7 to be in my sanctuary, .(even) my house
44. 1 1 of the house, and ministering to the house
44. 12 caused the house of Israel to fall into in.
44. 14 keepers of the charge of the house, for all
44. 22 maidens of the seed of the house of Israel
44. 30 cause the blessing to rest in thine house
45. 4 it shall be a place for their houses, and
45. 5 the Levites, the ministers of the house
45. 6 it shall be for the whole house of Israel
45. 8 give to the house of Israel according to
45. 17 in all solemnities of the house of Israel
45. 17 make reconciliation for the house of Israel
45. 19 put (it) upon the posts of the house, and
45. 20 simple : so shall ye reconcile the house
46. 24 the ministers of the house slwll boil the
47. i he brought me . . unto the door of the house
47. i out from under the threshold of the house
47. i the forefront of the house (stood toward)
47. i from the right side of the house, at the
48. 21 and the sanctuary of the house (shall be)
Dan. i. 2 with part of the vessels of the house of G.
i. 2 he carried into . . the house of his god ; and
i. n brought . into the treasure house of his g.
Hos. i. 4 blood of Jezreel upon the house of Jehu
i. 4 cause to cease the kingdom of the house
i. 6 have mercy upon the house of Israel ; but
i. 7 I will have mercy upon the house of Judah
5. i and hearken, ye house of Israel ; and give
5. i house of the king ; for judgment (is) tow.
5. 12 and to the house of Judah as rottenness
5. 14 as a young lion to the house of Judah : I
6. 10 seen an horrible thing in the house of Is.
8. i as an eagle against the house of the LORD
g. 4 shall not come into the house of the LORD
9. 8 a snare . . (an d) hatred in the house of his G .
9. 15 I will drive them out of mine house, I will
ii. ii will place them in their houses, saith the
ii. 12 house of Israel with deceit : but Judah
Joel i. 9 is cut off from the house of the LORD ; the
i. 13 withholden from the house of your God
i. 14 (into) the house of the LORD your God, and
1. 16 and gladness from the house of our God i
2. 9 they shall climb up upon the houses ; they
3. 18 a fountain shall come forth of the house
Amos i. 4 I will send a fire into the house of Hazaei
1. 5 holdeth the sceptre from the house of E.
2. 8 they drink the wine, .(in) the house of
3. 13 Hear ye; and testify in the house of Jacob
3. 15 the winter house with the summer house
3. 15 and the houses of ivory shall perish, and
3. 15 the great houses shall have an end, saith
5. i (even) a lamentation, O house of Israel
5. 3 that, .shall leave ten, to the house of Isr
5. 4 saith the LORD unto the house of Israel
5. 6 lest he break out like fire in the house
5. ii ye have built houses of hewn stone, but
5. 19 went into the house, and leaned his hand
5. 25 Have ye offered, .sacrifices. .O house of
6. i Woe. .to whomthe house of Israel came !
6. 9 if there remain ten men in one house, that
6. 10 of the house, .by the sides of the house
6. ii smite the great house, .the little house
6. 14 will raise up against you a nation, O house
7. 9 I will rise against the house of Jeroboam
7. 10 against thee in the midst of the house of
7. 16 drop not (thy word) against the house of
9. 8 will not utterly destroy the house of Jacob
9. 9 I will sift the house of Israel among all
Obad. 1.17 house of Jacob shall possess their posse.
i. 18 house of Jacob shall be a fire, and the h.
i. 18 house of Esau for stubble, and they shall I
1. 18 not be (any) remaining of the house of E.
Mic. i. 5 for the sins of the house of Israel. What
i. 10 in the house of Aphrah roll thyself in the
1. 14 the houses of Achzib (shall be) a lie to the
2. 2 they covet . . houses, and take (them) away
2. 2 so they oppress a man and his house, even
2. 7 O (thou that art) named The house of Ja.
2 9 cast out from their pleasant nouses; from
3. i ye princes of the house of Israel ; (Is it)
3. 9 house of Jacob, and princes of the house
3. 12 mountain of the house as the high places
4. i mountain of the house of the LORD shall
4. 2 to the house of the God of Jacob ; and he
6. 4 redeemed, .out of the house of servants
6. 10 wickedeness in the house of the wicked
6. 1 6 and all the works of the house of Ahab
7. 6 a man s enemies (are), .of his own house
Nah. 1. 14 out of the house of thy gods will I cut off
Hab. 3. 9 coveteth an evil covetousness to his house
HOUSE
Hab. 2. 10 Thou hast consulted shame to thy house
3. 13 woundedst the head out of the house of
Zeph. i. 9 which fill their masters houses with., dec.
1. 13 their houses a desolation, .build houses
2. 7 be for the remnant of the house of Judah
2. 7 in the houses of Askelon shall they lie
Hag. i. 2 time that the LORD S house should Ite bu.
i. 4 dwell in your ceiled houses, and this ho.
i. 8 bring wood, and build the house ; and I
i. 9 Because of mine house that (is) waste, and
i. 9 ye run every man.unto his own house
1. 14 did work in the house of the LORD of ho.
2. 3 you that saw this house in her first glory?
2. 7 I will fill this house with glory, saith the
2. 9 The glory of this latter house shall be gr
Zech. i. 16 my house shall be built in it, saith the L.
3. 7 then thou shalt also judge my house, and
4. 9 have laid the foundation of this house; his
5. 4 it shall enter into the house of the thitf
5. 4 and into the house of him that sweareth
5. 4 it shall remain in the midst of his house
5. 1 1 To build it an house in the land of Shinar
6. 10 the house of Josiah the son of Zephaniah
7. 2 When they had sent unto the house of O.
7. 3 the priests which (were) in the house of
8 9 the foundation of the house of the LORD
8. 13 O house of Judah, and house of Israel ; go
8. 15 to do well, .to the house of Judah : fear
8. 19 to the house of Judah joy and gladness
9. 8 I will encamp about mine house because
o. 3 hath visited his flock the house of Judah
0. 6 strengthen the house, .save the house of
1. 13 cast them to the potter in the house of the
2. 4 open mine eyes upon the house of Judah
2. 7 that the glory of the house of David and
2. 8 the house of David (shall be) as God, as
2. 10 And I will pour upon the house of David
2. 12, 12, 13 the family of the house of
3. i a fountain opened to the house of David
3. 6 I was wounded (in) the house of my friends
4. 2 the houses rifled, and the women ravished
4. 20 the pots in the LORD S house shall be like
4. 21 no more, .in the house of the LORD of ho.
Mai. 3. 10 that there may be meat in mine house
ZJlouse, ;V3 bayith.
Ezra 4. 24 Then ceased the work of the house of God
5. 2 Jeshua. .began to build the house of God
5. 3, 9 commanded you to build this house, and
5. 8 to the house of the great God, which is
5. ii We.. build the house that was builded these
5. 12 who destroyed this house, and carried the
5. 13 Cyrus made a decree to build this house
5. 14 the vesselsalso. .of thehouseof God, which
5. 15 the house of God be builded in his place
5. 16 laid the foundation of the house of God
5. 17 search made in the king s treasure house
5. 17 to build this house of God at Jerusalem
6. i search was made in the house of the rolls
6. 3 a decree (concerning) the house of God at
6. 3 Let the house be builded, the place where
6. 4 expenses be given out of the king s house
6. 5 silver vessels of the house of God, which
6. 5 place, and place (them) in the house of G.
6. 7 Let the work of this house of God alone
6. 7 let the governor, .build this house of God
6. 8 for the building of this house of God ; that
6. ii let timber be pulled down from his house
6. ii let his house be made a dunghill for this
6. 12 this house of God which (is) at Jerusalem
6. 15 this house was finished on the third day
6. 16 kept the dedication of this house of God
6. 17 at the dedication of this house of God an
7.16 offering willingly for the house of their G.
7. 17 offer them upon the altar of the house of
7. 19 for the service of the house of thy God
7. 20 be needful for the house of thy God
7. 20 bestow (it) out of the king s treasure house
7. 23 diligently done for the house of the God of
7. 24 or ministers of this house of God, it shall
Dan. 2. 5 and your houses shall be made a dunghill
2. 17 Then Daniel went to his house, and made
3. 29 and their houses shall be made a dunghill
4. 4 I Nebuchadnezzar was at rest in mine h.
4. 30 I have built for the house of the kingdom
5. 3 of the temple of the house of God which
5. 10 the queen, .came into the banquet house
5. 23 brought. . vessels of his house before thee
6. 10 he went into his house ; and, his windows
S.Comely place, habitation, nxj naah.
Psa. 83. 12 Let us take to ourselves the houses of G.
4.House, place of habitation, olK-rtr-fipiof oiketerion.
2 Co. 5. 2 with our house which is from heaven
5. House, household, family, retainers, oi/cto oikia.
Matt. 2. 1 1 And when they were come into the house
5. 15 giveth light unto all that are in the house
7. 24 wise man, which built his house upon a
7. 25, 27 the winds blew, and beat upon that h.
7. 26 man, which built his house upon the sand
8. 14 when Jesus was come into Peter s house
9. 10 as Jesus sat at meat in the house, behold
9. 23 when Jesus came into the ruler s house
9. 28 when he was come into the house, the
10. 12 And when ye come into an house, salute
10. 13 the house be worthy, let your peace come
10. 14 when ye depart out of that house or city
12. 25 every city or house divided against itself
12. 29 a strong man s house, and spoil his house
13. i The same day went Jesusout of the house
13. 36 Then Jesus . .went into the house : and his
HOUSE 500 HOW
Matt i j 57 in his own country, and in his own house
17 25 when he was come into the house, Jesus
ig 29 every one that hath forsaken houses, or
23 14 [ye devour widows houses, and for a pr.]
24 17 come down to take anything out of his h.
24 43 would not have suffered his house to be
26 6 when Jesus was in Bethany, in the house
Mark i 29 they entered into the house of Simon and
- 15 as Jesussat at meat in his house, many p.
3 . 25 if a house be divided, .that house cannot
3 27 a strong man s house, and spoil, .his ho.
6 4 among his own kin, and in his own house
6. 10 what place soever ye enter into an house
7. 24 entered intoan house, and would have no
9 33 and, being in the house, he asked them
10. 10 in the house hisdisciples asked him again
10. 29 There is no man that hath left house, or
10. 30 he shall receive, .now in this time, houses
12. 40 Which devour widows houses, and for a
13. 15 the [h.]. .to take any thing out of his ho.
13. 34 a man taking afar journey, wholeft hish.
13. 35 ye know not when the master of the house
14. 3 being in Bethany, in the house of Simon
Luke 4. 38 And he arose, .and enteredinto Simon sh.
5. ao Levi made him a great feast in his own h.
6. 48 which built an house, .beat, .upon thath.
6. 49 built an house, .and the ruin of that house
7. 6 wheu he was now not far from the house
7. 36 he went into the Pharisee s [house], and
7. 37 (Jesus) sat at meat in the Pharisee s house
7. 44 I entered into thine house, thou gavest
8. 27 neither abode in. .house, but in the tombs
8. 51 when he came into the house, he suffered
9. 4 whatsoever house ye enter into, there abide
10. 5 into whatsoever house ye enter, first say
10. 7 in the same houss remain, eating and dr.
10. 7 Go not from house to house
15. 8 sweep the house, and seek diligently till
15. 25 he came and drew nigh to the house, he
17. 31 his stuff in the house, let him not come
18. 29 There is no man that hath left house, or
20. 47 Which devour widows houses, and for a
22. 10 follow him into the house where he elite.
22 ii shall say unto the goodman of the house
John 4. 53 and himself believed, and his whole house
8. 35 servant abideth not iu the house for ever
11.31 Jews, .which were with her in the house
12. 3 the house was nlled with the odour of
14. 2 In my Father s house are many mansions
Acts 4. 34 possessors of lands or houses sold them
9. ii enquire in the house of Judas for (one)
9. 17 entered into the house; and putting his
10. 6 a tanner, whose house is by the sea side
10. 17 men. .had made enquiry for Simon s ho.
10. 32 he is lodged in the house of (one) Simon
11. ii already come unto the house where I was
12. 12 to the house of Mary the mother of John
16. 32 they spake, .to all that were in his house
17. 5 assaulted the house of Jason, and sought
18. 7 entered into a certain (man s) house, nani.
1 8. 7 whose house joined hard to the synagogue
1 Co. ii. 22 have ye not houses to eat and to drink in
16 15 ye know the house of Stephanas, that it
2 Co. 5. i if our earthly house of (this) tabernacle
5. i an house not made with hands, eternal
a Ti. 2. 20 a great house there are not only vessels
3. 6 are they which creep into houses, and
2 John 10 receive him not iuto(your)house, neither
6. House, OIKOS oikos.
Matt. 9. 6 take up thy bed, and go unto thine house
9. 7 And he arose, and departed to his house
10. 6 to the lost sheep of the house of Israel
1 1. 8 wear soft (clothing) are in king s houses
12. 4 he entered into the house of God, and did
12. 44 return into my house from whence I came
15. 24 unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel
21.13 My house shall be called the house of
23. 38 your house is left unto you desolate
Mark 2. i it was noised that he was in the house
2. ii Arise, .and go thy way into thine house
2. 26 How he went into the house of God in the
3. 19 And Judas, .and they went into an house
5 . 38 the house of the ruler of the synagogue
7. 17 entered into the house from the people
7. 30 when she was come to her house, she
8. 3 send them away fasting to their, .houses
8. 26 And he sent him away to his house, say.
9. 28 when he was come into the house, his
ii. 17 My house shall be called, .house of prayer
Luke i. 23 that, .he departed to his own house
i. 27 a man whose name was Joseph, of the h.
i. 33 he shall reign over the house of Jacob for
i. 40 entered into the house of Zacharias, and
i. 56 And Mary, .returned to her own house
1. 69 an horn, .in the house of his servant David
2. 4 because he was of the house and lineage
5. 24 take up thy couch, and go into thine house
5. 25 departed to his own house, glorifying God
6. 4 How he went into the house of God, and
7. 10 returning to the house, found the servant
8. 39 Return to thine own house, and show how
8. 41 besought., that he would come into his h.
9. 61 farewell which are at home at my house
10. 5 And . .first say, Peace (be) to this house
10. 38 named Martha received Win into her h"
11.17 and a house (divided) against a house fal.
11. 24 will return unto my house whence I came
12. 39 not have suffered his house to be broken
T2. 52 there shall be five in one house divided
13. 35 Behold, your house is left unto you des.
14. * a he w ent into the house of one of the
Lukei4. 23 compel . .to come in, that ray house may
16. 4 they may receive me into their houses
16. 27 thou wouldest send him to my father s h.
18. 14 this man went down to his house justified
19! 5 Zaccheus. .to day I must abide at thy ho.
19. 9 This day is salvation come to this house
19 46 My house is the house of prayer : but ye
22. 54 brought him into the high priest s [house]
John 2 16 make not my Father s house an lum-c m
2. 17 The zeal of thine house hath eaten me up
7 53 [And every man went unto his own house]
1 1 20 Martha . . went . . but Mary sat . . in the hou.
Acts 2. 2 it tilled all the house where they were sit.
2. 36 let all the house of Israel know assuredly
7. 10 he made him governor over . . all his house
7. 20 nourished up in his father s house three
7. 42 O ye house of Israel, have ye offered to me
7. 47 But Solomon built him an house
7 49 what house will ye build me ? saith the L.
10. 2 one that feared God with all his house
10 22 to send for thee into his house, and to hear
10. 30 at the ninth hour I prayed in my house
it. 12 and we entered into the man s house
11 13 how he had seen an angel in his house
11. 14 whereby thou and all thy house shall be
16. 15 come into my house, and abide (there)
16. 31 and thou shalt be saved, ana thy house
16 34 wheu he had brought them into his house
18 8 believed on the Lord with all his house
19. 16 so that they fled out of that house naked
21 8 we entered into the house of Philip the ev.
Rom 1 6. 5 Likewise, .the church that is in their house
i Co 16 19 with the church that is in their house
Col 4 is Salute, .the church which is in his house
1 Ti 3. 4 One that ruleth well his own house, having
j 5 know not how to rule his own house, how
3 12 ruling their children and their own houses
3 15 to behave thyself in the house of God
2 Ti i. 1 6 The Lord give mercy unto the house of O
Titus i ii who subvert whole houses, teaching things
Phm 2 fellow soldier, and to the church in thy h.
Heb 3. 2 as also Moses (was faithful) in all his house
3 as he. .hath more honour than the house
3 4 For every house isbuilded by some (man)
3 5 Moses verily (was) faithful in all his house
3 6 over his own house ; whose house are we
S. 8 the house of Israel and with the house of
8. 10 ; 10. 21 ; ii. 7; i Te. 2-
s> 4- *7-
HOUSE, at thy
With thee, irpls fft pros se.
Matt. 26. 18 I will keep the passover at thy house
HOUSE, draught
Outgoings, niN^C motsaoth, or riurjna mctcharaoth.
2 Ki.io. 27 and made it a draught house unto this daj
HOUSE to house, from
I. From house to house, xar olitov kat" oikon.
Acts 2 46 and breaking bread from house to house
20. 20 taught yon publicly . .from house to house
1. The houses, ras ouuas tas oikias.
i Ti. 5. 13 wandering about from house to house ; and
HOUSE, in or into every
From hou-se to house, Karolxov kaf oikon.
Acts 5 42 in every house, they ceased not to teach
8. 3 entering into every house, and haling mei
HOUSE, goodman or master of the
House despot or ruler, otKoSttriroTr)? oikodespotes.
Matt 10. 25 If they have called the master of the housi
20 ii murmured against the goodman of the h
24 43 if the goodman of the house had known
Marki4 . 14 say ye to the good man of the house, Th<
Lukei2. 39 if the goodman of the house had known
13 25 When once the master of the house is nsei
14. 21 Then the master of tlie house, being align
HOUSE, to guide the
To be a house desj)ot or ruler, olKoS(ffirora oikod
i Ti. 5. 14 women marry, bear children, guide the h
HOUSE, hired
What is hired, /uiVflwjua misthoma.
Acts 28. 30 dwelt two whole years in his own hired h
HOUSE, those of his own
Belonging to the hovse, olKflos oikeios.
i Ti. 5. 8 and specially for those of his own house
HOUSE, with all his
With all his household, -xavoiKi panoiki.
Acts 16. 34 rejoiced, believing in God with all his he
HOUSEHOLD
I. House, household, n:3 bayith.
Gen 18 IQ he will command., his household after 1
31 37 what hast thou found of all thy honseht
35 2 Then Jacob said unto his household, an
2 33 take (food for) the famine of your house
45. ii lest thou, and thy household, and all tha
45 18 take your father.and your households.an
47 12 nourished., allhisfather shousehold.wit
47. 24 for them of your households, and for foo
Exod i i every man and his household came with
12. 4 if the household be too little for the lam
Lev. 1 6. 17 made an atonement, .for his household
XunnS. 31 shall eat it in every place, ye and your ho
Deut 6. 22 andirponallhishousehold.beforeoureyi
11. 6 swallowed them up, and their household
12. 7 ye and your households, wherein the Ix
14. 26 thou shalt rejoice, thou, and thine houi
is 20 Thou shalt eat. .thou and thy household
Josh. 2. 1 8 thy father s household, home unto thee
6. 25 her father s household, and all that she
7. 14 shall come by households; and the lioii.v;
7. 18 Andhebroughthlshouseholdnianbynian
Judg. 6. 27 because he feared his father s household
1 8. 25 lose thy life, with the lives of thy house.
1 Sa. 25. 17 against our master, and against all his Ii >.
27. 3 he and his men, every man with his hous.
2 Ha. 2. 3 bring up, every man with his hoiisi hol.i
6. ii LORD blessed Obed-edom, and all his ho.
6. 20 Then David returned to bless his houshold
15. 16 the king went forth, and all his household
16. 2 The asses (be) for the king s household to
17. 23 put his household in order, and hanged
19. 18 a ferry boat to carry over the king s hou.
19. 41 have brought the king and his household
1 Ki. 4. 6 And Ahishar(was)overthe household; and
4. 7 victuals for the king and his household
5. 9 my desire, in giving food for my household
5. ii measures of wheat (for) food to his house.
ii. 20 Genubath was in Pharaoh s household
2 Ki. 7. 9 that we may go and tell the king shouse.
8. i Arise, and go thou and thine household
8. 2 went with herhousehold.andsojourned
18. 18, 37 Eliakim .. which (was) over the house.
19. 2 Eliakim, which (was) over the household
i Ch.24. 6 one principal household being taken for
IS eh. 13. 81 cast forth all the household stuff of T.
Prov.27- 27 for the food of thy household, and (for)
31. 15 giveth meat to her household, and a port.
31. 21 She is not afraid of the snow for her househ.
31. 21 all her household (are) clothed with scarlet
31. 27 looketh well to the ways of her household
Isa. 36. 22 Kliakim. .that (was) over the household
37. 2 Eliakim,who (was) over the household,and
2. Service, household, rn^y, abuddah.
Job i. 3 a very great household ; so that this man
^.Service, household, Btpairfla. therapeia.
Matt24- 45 his lord hath made ruler over his[house.]
Luke 1 2. 42 lord shall make ruler over his household
4. Household, oiitia oikia.
Phil. 4. 22 chiefly they that are of Cesar s household
5.House, household, olicoy oikos.
Acts 16. 15 when she was o&ptized, and her household
1 Co. 1. 16 I baptized also the household of Stephanas
2 Ti. 4. 19 Salute Priscaaud Aquila.andthehouseho.
HOUSEHOLD, of the
Belonging to the home, oi/etTos oikeios.
Gal. 6. 10 especially unto them who are of the ho.
Eph. 2. 19 fellow citizens, .and of the household of
HOUSEHOLD servant
Household servant, domestic, ojWrrjs oiketes.
Acts 10. 7 he called two of his household sen-ants
HOUSEHOLD, they of the
Belonging to the house, OIKIUKOS oikiakos,
Matt 10. 25 how much more, .them of his household?
10. 36 a man s foes (shall be) they of his own h.
HOUSEHOLDER
House despot or ruler, oiKoStffvorns oikodespotes.
Matti3. 27 the servants of the householder came and
13 52 is like unto a man . .an householder which
20! i is like unto a man. .an householder, which
21! 33 There was a certain householder, which
HOUSES, desolate
Forsaken habitations, ni:D?K almanoth.
Isa. 13. 22 wild beasts. . shall cry in their desolate h.
[See also Roof, shearing, summer.]
HOUSE TOP -
I. Roof, top, pinnacle, gag.
i Ki 19. 26 they were, .(as) the grass on the house tops
Psa ID- 7 am as a sparrow alone upon the house top
129 6 them be as the grass (upon) the house top
Prov2i 9(Itis)..todwellinacornerofthehousetop
25 24 (Itis)..todwelliu..cornerof
the housetop
Isa 22 i thou art wholly gone up to the house tops?
37 27 they were., (as) the grass on the house t.
.Ter 48 38 lamentation.. upon all the house tops of
Zeph. i. 5 worship the host of heaven upon the h. t
2.Bi/ilding, 5<a^a
d<~nna.
Matt 10. 27 what ye hear, .preach ye upon the house t.
24 17 Let him which is on the house top not co.
Marki3. 15 let him that is on the house top not go
Luke 5. IQ they went upon the house top and let
12 3 shall be proclaimed up< n tl e house tops
i 7 31 he which shall be upon the house top, and
Acts 10! 9 Peter went up upon the house top to pray
HOW?
\.Where ? how 1
%K e.
Jer. 5. 7 How shall I pardon thee for this? thy ch.
2. How f hmo, TX ek.
Gen 44 34 how shall I go up to my father, and the
Judg". 15 How canst thou say, I love thee, wheu
3.7/<>> ? hmn, n; N ekah.
Deut i. 12 How can I myself alone bear your cumb.
7 . 17 These nations . . how can I dispossess them?
\.1Iow f how, n;j
%K ekakah.
Esth 8 6 how can I endure ?. .or how can I endure.
Song 5. 3 how shall I put it on ?. .how shall I deflle
5.1fine ? hmr, *cas p<is.
Matt 6 28 Consider the lilies of the field, how they
7 . 4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let.
HOW 501 HOWL
Mattio. 19 take 710 thought how or what ye shall sp.
12. 4 How heentered into the house of God, and
12. 26 divided.. how shall then his kingdom st.?
12. 29 how can one enter into a strong man s h.
12. 34 how can ye.beingevil, speakgood things?
16. 1 1 How is it that ye do not ondentand that
21. 20 How soon is the flg tree withered away!
22. 12 Friend, how earnest thou in hither not
22. 43 How then doth David in spirit call him L.
22. 45 If David then call him Lord, how is he his
23. 33 how can ye escape the damnation of hell?
26. 54 how then shall the scriptures be fulfilled
Mark 2. 26 [How] he went into the house of God in
3. 23 and said . . How can Satan cast out Satan ?
4. 13 and how then will ye know all parables?
4. 40 Why are ye so fearful? how is it that ye
5. 16 told them how it befell to him that was
8. 21 said. .How is it that ye do, not understand?
9. 12 how it is written of the Son of man, that
10. 23 How hardly shall they that have riches
10. 24 how hard is it for them that trust in riches
11. 18 and sought how they might destroy him
12. 35 How say the scribes that Christ is the son of
12. 41 beheld how the people cast money into the
14. i scribes sought how they might take him by
14. it sought how he might conveniently betray
Luke i. 34 Howshallthisbe.seeinglknownotaman?
6. 42 Either how canst thou say to thy brother
8. 18 Take heed therefore how ye hear : for w.
10. 26 What is written in the law ? how readest
11. 18 how shall his kingdom stand? because ye
12. ii take ye no thought how or what thing ye
12. 27 Consider the lilies how they grow: they
12. sohowami straitened till it be accomplished!
1 2. 56 how is it that ye do not discern this time ?
14. ^ when he marked how they chose out the
18. 24 How hardly shall they that have riches
20. 41 How say they that Christ is David s son?
20. 44 calleth him Lord, how is he then his son?
22. 2 scribes sought how they might kill him
22. 4 how he might betray him unto them
John 3. 4 How can a man be born when he is old?
3. 9 and said unto him, How can these things
3. 12 how shall ye believe, if I tell you (of)
4. 9 How is it that thou, being a.Jew, askest
5. 44 How can ye believe, which receive honour
5. 47 writings, how shall ye believe mywords ?
6 42 how is it then that he saith, I came down
6. 52 How can this man give us (his) flesh to eat
7. 15 How know, this man letters, having never
8. 33 how sayest thou, Ve shall be made free ?
9. 10 said, .unto him, How were thine eyes op.?
9. 15 asked him how he had received his sight
9. 1 6 Howcan a man that is a sinner do such mir.
9. 19 was born blind? how then doth henowsee?
9. 26 What did he. .how opened he thine eyes?
11. 36 said the Jews, Behold how he loved him !
12. 34 how sayest thou, The Son of man must be
14. 5 we know not. .and how can we know the
14. 9 how sayest thou (then), Show us the Fath.
Acts 2. 8 how hear we every man in our own tongue
4. 21 finding nothing how they might punish
8. 31 How can I. except some man should guide
9. 27 how he had seen the Lord in the way, and
9. 27 how he had preached boldly at Damascus
11. 13 he showed us how he had seen an angel in
12. 17 how the Lord had brought him out of the
1 5. 36 visit our brethren . . (and see) how they do
Rom. 3. 6 for then how shall God judge the world?
4. 10 How was it then reckoned? when he was
6. 2 How shall we, that are dead to sin, live
8. 32 how shall he not with him also freely
10 14 [How] then shall they call on him in wh.
10. 14 [how] shall they believe in him of whom
10. 14 [how] shall they hear without a preacher?
10. 15 [how] shall they preach except they he
1 Co. 3. TO let every man take heed how hebuildeth
7. 32 he. .careth. .[how] he may please the L.
7. 33 he . . careth . . [how] he may please (his) w.
7. 34 careth . . [how] she may please (her) husb.
14. 7 how shall it be known what is piped or
14. o how shall it be known what is spoken? for
14. 16 how shall he that occupieth the room of
15. 12 how say some among you that there is no
15. 35 How. .the dead raised up? and with what
2 Co. 3. 8 How shall not the ministration of the sp.
Gal. 4. 9 how turn ye again to the weak and begg.
Col. 4. 6 know how ye ought to answer every man
1 Th. i. 9 how ye turned to God from idols to serve
4. i how ye ought to walk and to please God
2 Th. 3 . 7 yourselves know how ye ought to follow
i Ti. 3. 5 how shall he take care of the church of G .?
3. 15 thou mayest know how thou oughtest to
Heb. 2. 3 How shall we escape, if we neglect so great
i Jo. 3. 17 how dwelleth the love of God in him?
4. 20 [how] can he love God whom he hath not
Rev. 3. 3 Remember, .how thou hast received and
6. Wherefore, ^vhy, what, how ? ris tis.
Matt 1 8. 12 How think ye? If a man have an hundred
Mark 2. 16 [How is it] that he eateth and drinketh
Luke i. 62 made signs, .how he would have him cal.
2. 49 How is it that ye sought me? wist ye not
16. 2 How is it that I hear this of thee? give
Johni4. 22 how is it that thou wilt manifest thyself
Acts 5. 9 How is it that ye have agreed together to
i Co. 7. 16 or how knowest thou, O man, whether
14. 26 How is it then, brethren? when ye come
Eph. 6. 21 ye also may know my affairs, (and) how I
HOW
\.That which, T^X ax eth asher.
Gen. 30. 29 knowest how I have served thee, and how
2. How* 7] n Me.
1 Ch.i3. 12 How shall I bring the ark of God (home)
Dan. 10. 17 how can the servant of this my lord talk
3. That, <3 ki.
Josh. 10. i king, .had heard hew Joshua had taken
4. Wherefore ? yni? maddua.
Exod. 2. 18 IIow(is it that) ye are come so soon to day?
5. What ? ichat ! what, ns mah.
Nuni23. 8 How shall I curse, whom God hath not
6. How ? according to what ? .153 kam-mah.
Gen. 47. 8 Pharaoh said unto Jacob, How old (art)
7. What ? what, re ineh.
2 Sa. i. 4 How went the matter? I pray thee, tell
8.According as, nadus kathds.
Acts 15. 14 Simeon hath declared how God at the first
9.How, that, so that, SITUS hopos.
Matt 12. 14 against himrhow they might destroy him
22. 15 how they might entangle him in (his) talk
Mark 3. 6 took counsel, how they might destroy h.
Luke24. 20 And how the chief priests and our rulers
10. That, on hoti.
Luke i. 58 her cousins heard how the Lord had sh.
21. 5 how it was adorned with goodly stones
John 4. i the Lord knew how the Pharisees had h.
12. 19 Perceive ye howye prevail nothing? behold
14. 28 Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go
Acts 14. 27 how he had opened the door of faith unto
20. 35 how he said, It is more blessed to give
Gal. 4. 13 Ye know how through infirmity of the
Phm. 19 albeit I do not say to thee how thou owest
Jas. 2. 22 Seest thou how faith wrought with his
Rev. 2. 2 how thou canst not bear them which are
11. How, as, ws hos.
Mark 4. 27 the seed, .grow up, he knowethnot how
12. 26 [how] in the bush God spake unto him
Luke 6. 4 [How] he went into the houseof God, and
8. 47 declared, .how she was healed immediat.
22. 6 1 Peter remembered, .how he had said unto
23. 55 beheld the sepulchre, and how his body
24. 6 remember [how] he spake unto you when
24. 35 how he was known to them in breaking of
Acts 10. 28 Ye know how that it is an unlawful thing
10. 38 How God anointed Jesus of JJazareth with
11. 1 6 the word of the Lord, how that he said
20. 20 how I kept back nothing that was profit.
Rom. 10. 15 How beautiful are the feet of them that
ii. 2 how he maketh intercession to God agai.
ii. 33 how unsearchable (are) his judgments, and
2 Co. 7. 15 how with fear and trembling ye received
i Th. 2. 10 Ye (are)witnesses, and God (also), how h.
2. ii As ye know how we exhorted; Phil. 1.8.
HOW great (things)
1. What ? what ! na mah.
Dan. 4. 3 How great (are) his signs ! and how mig.
2.How much, offos hosos.
Mark 5. 19 tell them how great things the Lord hath
5. 20 how great things Jesus had done for him
Luke 8. 39 show how great things, .how great things
Acts 9. 16 I will show him how great things he must
Z.How great, rj\iicos helikos, Jas. 3. 5.
4:.How great, TTTJAIKOS ^e/iAo.9.
Heb. 7. 4 consider how great this man (was), unto
5. How great, how much, iroffos posos.
Matt. 6. 23 be darkness, how great (is) that darkness !
HOW greatly
As, how, &s h<ls.
Phil. i. 8 how greatly I long after you. .in the bow.
HOW it will go with
The things concerning, TO. irtpt ta peri.
Phil. 2. 23 so soon as I shall see how it will go with
HOW large
How great, irri\iicos pelikos.
Gal. 6. n Ye see how large a letter I have written
HOW long
I. According to ivhat, TO? kam-mah.
Job 7. 19 How long wilt thou not dep.; 2 Sam. 19. 34.
2. Till when, tws iroVe heos pote.
Matt 17. 17 how long shall I be with you ? how long s.
Mark 9. 19 how long shall I be with you ? how long s.
Luke 9. 41 how long shall I be with you, and suffer
Johnio. 24 How long dost thou make us to doubt? If
Rev. 6. 10 How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou
3. How great, how much, woaos posos.
Mark 9. 21 How long is it ago since this came unto h.?
4. Titt when ? njK iy, IV"
1! nd an, ad anah.
Job 8. 2 How long wilt thou speak these (things)?
18. 2 How long (will it be ere) ye make an end
5. Till what ? ncny ad mah.
Psa. 4. 2 how long (will ye turn) my glory into s. ?
74. 9 neither..among us any that knoweth how lo.
HOW many (things)
I. How much, offos hosos.
3 Ti. 1. 18 in how many things he ministered unto
2. /Tow great, how much, iroao? posos.
Matt 15. 34 Jesus saith unto them, How many loaves
1 6. 9 remember . . how many baskets ye took up?
16. 10 thousand, and how many baskets ye took
Matt 27. 13 Hearest thou not how many things thej
Mark 6. 38 saith. . How many loaves have ye? go and
8. 5 he asked them, How many loaves have yet
8. 19, 20 how many baskets full of fragment*
15. 4 how many things they witness against thee
Luke 15. 17 Howmany hired servantsof my father s h.
Acts 21. 20 seest, brother, how many thousands of J.
HOW many soever they be
As they and as they, cnri cnj ka-hem ve-ka-hem.
i Sa. 24. 3 unto the people, how many soever they be
HOW mighty
Wliat ? what !
."tip m/ih.
Dan. 4. 3 how mighty (are) his wonders ! his king.
HOW much
I.How much, offos hosos.
Acts 9. 13 how much evil he hath done to thy saint*
Heb. 8. 6 by how much also he is the mediator of
Rev. 1 8. 7 How much she hath glorified herself, and
2.How great, how much, iroffos jwsos.
Matt. 7. 1 1 how much more sliall your Father which
0. 25 how much more, .them of hia household?
2. 12 How much then is a man better than a s.t
Luke i. 13 how much more shall (your) heavenly Y.
2. 24 how much more are ye better than the f.T
2. 28 how much more, .you, O ye of little faith?
6. 5 said . . How much owest thou unto mylord ?
6. 7 Then said he. .And how much owest thou?
Rom i. 12 the fall of them, .how much more their
1. 24 how much more shall these, which be the
Phm. 16 how much more unto thee, both in the flesh
Heb. 9. 14 How muchmore shall the blood of Christ
10. 29 Of how much sorer punishment, suppose
3. What, ris tis.
Lukeig. 15 know how much every man had gained
HOW much, less, more, rather then
I. Also, *]X aph.
Job 4. 19 How much less (in) them that dwell in h.
2.Also that, ? r,N aph ki.
i Sa. 14. 30 How much more, if haply the people had
1 Ki. 8. 27 how much less this house that I have built
2 Ki. 5. 13 how much rather then, when he saith to
3.Not at all then, much more then, p^ri ye meti ge.
i Co. 6. 3 how much more things that pertain to this
HOW oft or often
I.According to what, na; kamrmah.
Psa. 78. 40 How oft did they provoke him in the w.
2,How oft, iroffa.Kis posakis.
Matt 1 8. 21 how oft shall my brother sin against me
23 37 how often would I have gathered thy ch.
Lukei3. 34 how o>.teu would I have gathered thy ch.
HOW that
That, ort hoti.
Matti2. 5 how that on the sabbath days the priests
1 6. 12 Then understood they how that he bade
if.. 21 how that he must go into Jerusalem, and
Luke 7. 22 [how that] the blind see, the lame walk
Acts 7. 25 would have understood how that God by
13. 32 how that the promise which was made
15. 7 ye know how that a good while ago God
20. 35 how that so labouring ye ought to support
Rom. 7. i Know yenot..howthatthelawhath dom.
1 Co. i. 26 howthatnotmany wise men after the flesh
10. i how that all our fathers were under thecl.
15. 3 how that Christ diedforoursinsaccording
2 Co. 8. 2 How that in a great trial of affliction the
12. 4 Howthat he was caught up into paradise
13. 5 how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye
Gal. i. 13 how that beyond measure I persecuted
Eph. 3. 3 How that by revelation he made known
Heb.i2. 17 ye know how that afterward, when he w.
Jas. 2. 24 Y e see then how that by works a man is
Jude 5 how that the Lord, having saved thepeo.
1 8 How that they told you there should be
HOWBEIT
l.Jiut, truly, yet, D^x ulam
Judg 18. 29 howbeit the name of the city (was) Laish at
2.0nly, T)N ak.
1 Sa. 8. 9 howbeit yet protest solemnly unto them
S.End, no more, no further, only, opx ephes.
2 Sa. 12. 14 Howbeit, because by this deed thou hast
4. So, such, thus,}3 ken.
2 Ch-32. 31 Howbeit in (the business of) the ambass.
5.0nty, surely, nevertMess, fn raq.
i Ki. ii. 13 Howbeit I will not rend away all the kin
Q.But, save, howbeit, a\\d alia.
John 7. 27 Howbeit we know this man whence he is
Acts 7. 48 Howbeit the most high dwelleth not in t.
i Co. 8. 7 Howbeit. .not in every man that knowle.
14. 20 howbeit in malice be ye children, but in
15. 46 ; Gal. 4. 8 ; i Ti. i. 16 ; Heb. 3. 16.
7. But, 8e de.
John 6. 23 Howbeit there came other boats from T.
8. Yet, nevertheless, jueWot mentoi.
John 7. 13 Howbeit no man spake openly of him for
HOWL, to
1.7*0 hold, ty, yalal, 5.
Isa. 1 3. 6 Howl ye ; for the day of the LORD (is) at
14. 31 Howl, O gate ; cry, O city; thou, whole
15. "2 Moab shall howl over Xebo, and over M.
HOWL 502 HUNDRED
Isa. 15. 3 everyone shall howl, weeping abundantly
16. 7 Moab howl for Moal>, every one shall ho.
23. i, 14 Howl, ye ships of Tarshish : for
23. 6 Pass ye over to Turshish ; howl, ye inlia.
65. 14 servants, .shall howl for vexation of spirit
Je 4. 8 gird you with sackcloth, lament and howl
25. 34 Howl, ye shepherds, and cry; and wallow
47. 2 all the inhabitant! of the land shall howl
48. 20 howl and cry ; tell ye it in Arnon, that M.
48. 31 Therefore will I howl for .Moab, and I will
48. 39 They shall howl . . How is it broken down !
49. 3 Howl, O Heshbon, for Ai is spoiled : cry
51. 8 Babylon is suddenly fallen, .howl for her
Eze. 21. 12 Cry and howl, son of man ; for it shall be
30. 2 Thus saith the Lord Goi>
; Howl ye, Woe
Hos. 7. 14 cried . .when they howled upon their beds
Joel i. 5 howl, all ye drinkers of wine, because of
i. ii howl,O ye vine dressers, for the wheat and
i. 13 howl, ye ministers of the altar ; come, lie
Mic. i. 8 Therefore I will wail and howl, I will go
Ze;>h. i. ii Howl, ye inhabitants of M.iktesh, for all
Zeehn. 2 Howl, fir tree; for the cedar is fallen; be.
ii. 2 howl, O ye oaks of Bashan ; for the forest
2. Ti> hoicl, oKoKv^ta ololuzo.
Jas. 5. i howl for your miseries that shall come
HOWL, to make to -
To cause, to howl, hh] yalal, 5.
Isa. 52. 5 they that rule over them make them to h.
HOWLING
1. Ifmoling, S1
? yelel.
Dent 32. 10 found him. .in the waste howling wilde.
2. Howling, nVS* yelaJah.
Isa. 15. 8 ttie howling thereof unto, .and the howl.
Jer. 25. 36 and an howling of the principal of the fl.
Zeph. i. 10 an howling from the second, and a great
Zeeh.ii. 3 a voice of the howling of the shepherds; for
BOWLINGS, to be
To (cause, to) howl, ^ yaJnl, 5.
Amos 8. 3 the songs of the temple shall be howlings
HOWSOEVER
1. All that which, ~sf :
Sa Icol asher.
Zeph. 3. 7 howsoever I punished them: but they rose
2. Only, surely, nerertJieless, p~i raq.
Judg 19. 20 howsoever (let) all thy wants (l e)upon me
3. Let it be what, nirvv \_liayuh].
2 Sa. 1 8. 22 howsoever, let me, I pray thee, also run
HVGE
Abundance, mnUitn le, greatness, 31 rob.
2 Ch. 16. 8 Were not the Ethiopians . . a huge host
HTTK -KOK. ppn, ditch.
A place on the boundary of ^Taphtali. It is now called
Yakuk, a village in the mountains of Naphtali, W. of
the upper e7id of the Sea of Galilee, about seven miles
S.8.W. of Safed, and at the head of Wadi/-el-Amud. The
Jews have ah ancient tradition that Habakkuk s tomb
was here.
Josh 19. 34 the coast, .goeth out from thence to n.
HU -KOK, pp n ditch.
A name of a city in Asher which is substituted, in i Ch.
6. 75, for Hclkath in Josh. 21. 31.
i Ch. 6. 75 H. with her suburbs, and Rehob with her
HtTL, Sin circle.
Second son of Aram and grandson of Shem the son of
Noah. B.C. 2200. In i Ch i. 17 he is made a son of Shem.
Gen. 10. 23 the children of Aram ; I*z, and H., and G.
1 Ch. i. 17 and I z, and H., and Gether, and Meshech
HTTL -DAH, fljjfi
weasel.
A prophetess hi the time of king Josiah, who consulted
her on the book of the law found by Hilkiah. B.C. 641.
2 Ki. 22. 14 Hilkiah the priest, .went unto H. the pr.
2 Ch.34. 22 And H. . .went to H the prophetess, the
HUMBLE (person)
1. Humble, afflicted, poor, 1JJ
1
, }^ ani, anav.
Psa. 9. :2 he forgetteth not the cry of the humble
10. 12 Arise, O LORD, .forget not the humble
10. 17 thou hast heard the desire of the humble
34. 2 the humble shall hear(thereof),and be glad
69. 32 The humble shall see (this, and) be glad
2. Low or humble, S$ip shaphal.
Prov.i6. 19 Better (it is to he)of an humble spirit with
29. 23 honour shall uphold the hnmhle in spirit
Isa. 57. 15 humble spirit, to revive the spirit of theli.
3.Bent down ofeyes, humble, C i y ny shach enayim.
Job 22. 29 lifting up ; and he shall save the humble p.
l.Loic, loicly, TairttvSs tnpeinos.
Jas. 4. 6 saith, God . . pi veth grace unto the humble
i Pe. 5. 5 for God. .givuth grace to the humble
HUMBLE, to
I. To afflict, humble, njy anah, 3.
Deut. 8. 2 to humble thee . . to prove thee, to know
8. 3 he h ambled thee, and suffered thee to h.
8. 16 that he might humble thee, and that he
21. 14 shall not., because* thou hast humbled her
22. 24 because he hath humbled his neighbour s
22. 29 because he hath humbled her, he may not
Judg 10. 24 humble ye them, and do with them what
Psa. 35. 13 I humbled my soul with fasting; and my
Eze. 22. 10 in thee have they humhl-jd her that was
22. ii another in thee. .humbled his sister, his
2. To make low or humble, Sjjy shaphel, 5
Psa. 1 1 3. 6 Who hurableth (himself) to behold (the thi.
3. To make low or humble, *?yy sh>-phal, 5.
Dan. 5. 22 thou. .hast not humbled thine heart, tho.
4. To make low, Tairttvdca tapcinoo.
Matt 18. 4 Whosoever therefore shall humble hims.
23. 12 lie that shall humble himself shall be ex.
Luke 14. ii he that humhleth himself shall be exalted
18. 14 he that humbleth himself shall be exalted
2 Co. 12. 21 lest, .my God will humble me among you
Phil. 2. 8 he humbled himself, and became obedient
HUMBLE self, ta
1. TII be or become humbled, y;$ kana, 2.
1 Ki. 21. 29 Seest thou how Ahab humbleth himself
21. 29 Because he humbleth himself before me
2 Ki. 22. 19 thou hast humbled thyself before the LORD
i Ch. 7. 14 If my people, .shall humble themselves
12. 6 princes, .and the king humbled themsel.
12. 7 when the LoRPeaw that they humbled the.
12. 7 saying, They have humbled themselves
12. 12 when he humbled himself, the wrath of
30. ii humbled themselves, and came to Jerusa.
32. 26 Hezekiah humbled himself for the pride of
33. 12 humbled himself greatly before the God of
33. 23 And humbled not himself before the LORD
33. 23 as Manasseh his father had humbled him.
34. 27 and thou did ;t humble thyself before God
34. 27 humbledst thyself before me, and didst
36. 12 humbled not himself before Jeremiah the
2.7*0 be or become humbled, niy anah, 2.
Exodio. 3 How long wilt thou refuse to humble thy.
3. To trample on self, os~> raphas, 7.
Prov. 6. 3 humble thyself, and make sure thy friend
4. To bow, nrry shachfich.
Psa 10. 10 humbleth himself, that the poor may fall
5. TV be or become low or humble, Sgy shaphel.
Isa. 2. 9 the great man humbleth himself : therefore
6.7V) make low or humble, Sjy shaphel, 5.
Jer. 13. 18 Humble yourselves, sit down: for your
7.7"o make self low, Tairtiv6ofj.a.i tapeinoomai.
Jas. 4. 10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the L.
1 Pe. 5. 6 Humble yourselves therefore under the
HUMBLED, to be
1.7*0 be bruised, humbled, xrn daka, 4.
Jer. 44. 10 They are not humbled, .unto this day
2. To be or become humbled, y)y kana, 2.
Lev. 26. 41 if . .their uiicircumcised hearts he humbl.
2 Ch-33. 19 and set up groves, .before he was humb.
3.7*0 bow down, my sJinach, 5.
Lam. 3. 20 still in remembrance, and is humbled in
4.7*0 be or become loto or humble, 72y sh ipliel.
Isa. 2. ii The lofty looks of man shall be humbled
5. 15 and the mighty man shall be humbled
5. 15 and the eyes of the lofty shall be humbled
10. 33 Behold, .and the haughty shall be humb.
HUM3LENESS of mind
Lowliness of mind, -rairtLvo^pocrvvt] tapeinophros.
Col. 3. 12 Put on therefore, .humbleness of mind
HUMBLY
To be lowly, humble, prepared, ypf tsana, 5.
Mic. 6. 8 to love mercy, and to walk humbly with
HUMBLY beseech, to
To bow down self, nriy shachah, 7.
2 Sa 16. 4 I humbly beseech thee. .1 may find grace
HUMILIATIONLowliness,
rairfivwcris tapeinOsis.
Acts 8. 33 In his humiliation Ms judgment was taken
HUMILITY
l.I/umility, gentleness, affliction, nij^ anavah.
Prov 15. 33 of wisdom ; and before honour (is) humi.
18. 12 is haughty, and before honour (is)humil.
22. 4 By humility . .the fear of the LORD, (are)
2. Lowliness q/ mind, Tairtivo<$>po<rvvj}tapeinophros.
CoL 2. 18 in a voluntary humility and worshipping
2. 23 Jind humility, andneglecting of the body
i Pe. 5. 5 Yea, all.. be clothed with humility : for
HUMILITY of mind
Lmcliness of mind, Tcnrftvo(t>po<rvi>Ti tnpeinophro.i.
Acts so. 19 Serving the Lord with all humility of m.
HUM -TAH, n$pn enclosed place.
A city of Judah in the hill country next to Hebron.
Josh 15. 54 H.. and Kirjath-arba, which (is) Hebron
HUNDRED
\.llttndretl, nx? meah [v.L. DISK].
Eze. 42. 16 five hundred reeds, with the measuring
^.Hundred, nxp meah.
Gen. 5. 3 Adam lived an hundred and thirty years
5. 4 the days of Adam . .were eight hundred
5. 5 nine hundred and thirty years : and he
5. 6 Seth lived an hundred and five years, and
5. 7 eight hundred and seven years, and begat
5. 8 nine hundred and twelve years : and he
5. 10 eight hundred and fifteen years, and begat
5 it nine hundred and five years: and he died
5. 13 eight hundred and forty years, and begat
5. 14 nine hundred andten years: and he died
Gen. 5. 16 eight hundred and thirty years, and begat
5. 17 eight hundred ninety and five years, and
5. 1 8 And Jared lived an hundred sixty and two
5. 19 lived after he begat Enoch eight hundred
5. 20 were nine hundred sixty and twoyears: and
5. 22 And Enoch walked with God . . three hund.
5. 23 were three hundred sixty and five years
5. 25 lived an hundred eighty and seven years
5. 26 lived, .seven hundred eighty and two years
5. 27 were nine hundred sixty and nine years
5. 28 lived an hundred eighty and two years,and
5. 30 lived, .five hundred ninety and five years
5. 31 were seven hundred seventy ami seven y.
5. 32 Xoah was five hundred years old : and > .
6. 3 days shall be an hundred and twenty years
6. 15 the ark (shall be) three hundred cubits
7. 6 Noah (was) six hundred years old when the
7. 24 upon the earth an hundred and fifty daya
8. 3 after the end of the hundred and fifty days
9. 28 N oah lived . three hundred and fifty years
9. 29 days, .were nine hundred and fifty years
ci. 10 .Shem (was) an hundred years old, and b.
ii. ii Shem lived, .five hundred years, and begat
ii. 13, 15 lived, .four hundred and three years
ii. 17 Eber lived, .four hundred and thirty years
n. 19 Peleg lived, .two hundred and nine years
ii. 21 Reu lived, .two hundred and seven years
ii. 23 Serug lived, .two hundred years, and beg
ii. 25 lived, .an hundred and nineteen years, and
11. 32 days, .were two hundred and five years
14. 14 (servants), .three hundred and eighteen
15. 13 they shall afflict them four hundred years
17. 17 unto him that is an hundred years old?
21. 5 Abraham was an hundred years old when
23. i hundred and seven and twenty years old
23. 15 (is worth) four hundred shekels of silver
23. 16 four hundred shekels of silver, current
25. 7 an hundred threescore and fifteen years
25. 17 an hundred and thirty and seven years
32. 6 meet thee, and four hundred men with
32. 14 Two hundred she goats, and twenty he g.
32. 14 two hundred ewes, and twenty rams
33. i Esau came, and with him four hundred
33. 19 a field . .for an hundred pieces of money
35. 28 days, .were an hundred and fourscore y.
45. 22 he- gave three hundred (pieces) of silver
47. 9 The days, .(are) an hundred and thirty y.
47. 28 age. .\vasanhundredfortyandsevenyears
50. 22 and Joseph lived an hundred and ten years
50. 26 died, (being) an hundred and ten years old
Exod. 6. 16 (were) an hundred thirty and seven years
6. 18 (were) an hundred thirty and three years
6. 20 an hundred and thirty and seven years
12. 37 hundred thousand on foot (that were)men
12. 40 (was) four hundred and thirty years
12. 41 end of the four hundred and thirty years
14. 7 he took six hundred chosen chariots, and
18. 21, 25 rulersof hundreds, rulers of flfties.and
27. 9 of an hundred cubits long for one side
27. ii be) hangings of an hundred (cubits) long
27. 1 8 The length, .(shall be) an hundred cubits
30. 23 of pure myrrh five hundred (shekels), and
30. 23 (even) two hundred and fifty (shekels), and
30. 23 calamus two hundred and fifty (shekels)
30. 24 of cassia five hundred (shekels), after the
38 9 of) fine twined linen, an hundred cubits
38. ii (the hangings were) an hundred cubits
38. 24 seven hundred and thirty shekels, after
38. 25 the silver, .(was) an hundred talents, and
38. 25 a thousand seven hundred and threescore
38. 26 for six hundred thousand and three
38. 26 thousand and five hundred and flfty(men)
38. 27 of the hundred talents of silver were cast
38. 27 an hundred sockets of the hundred talents
38. 28 of the thousand seven hundred seventyand
38. 29 two thousand and four hundred shekels
Lev. 26. 8 shall chase an hundred, and an hundred
Num. i. 21 forty and six thousand and five hundred
i. 23 fifty and nine thousand and three hundred
i. 25 and five thousand six hundred and fifty
i. 27 and fourteen thousand and six hundred
i. 29 fifty and four thousand and four hundred
i. 31 fifty and seven thousand and four hundred
i 33 (were) forty thousand and five hundred
1 35 thirty and two thousand and two hundred
i. 37 thirty and five thousand and four hundred
i. 39 and two thousand and seven hundred
i. 41 forty and one thousand and five hundred
1.43 fifty and three thousand and four hundred
i. 46 all they, .were six hundred thousand and
1. 46 three thousand and five hundred and fifty
2 4 and fourteen thousand and six hundred
2 6 fifty and four thousand and four hundred
2 8 fifty and seven thousand and four hundred
2. 9 (were)an hundred thousand and fourscore
2. 9 thousand and six thousand and four hun.
211 forty and six thousand and five hundred
2 13 flftyandnine thousand and threehuudred
2 15 and five thousand and six hundred and fifty
>
. 16 (were) an hundred thousand and fifty and
2. 16 one thousand and four hundred and fifty
2. 19 (were) forty thousand and five hundred
2. 21 thirty and two thousand and two hundred
2. 23 thirty and five thousand and four hund
2. 24 All . .of the camp . .(were) an hundred th.
2. 24 eight thousand and an hundred, through.
2. 26 and two thousand and seven hundred
1. 28 forty and one thousand and five hundred
2. 30 fifty and three thousand and four hundr.
2. 31 All they, .(were) an hundred thousand and
2. 31 fifty and seven thousand and six hundred
2. 32 all those..(were) six hundred thousand and
HUNDRED 503 HUNDRED
Ifum. 2. 32 three thousand and flve hundred and fifty
3. 22 (were) seven tli<>us;mil and flve hundred
3. 28 (were) eight thousand and six hundred
3. 34 (were) six thousand and two hundred
3. 4? two hundred and threescore and thirteen
3. 46 two hundred and threescore and thirteen
3. 50 a thousand three hundred and threescore
4. 36 two thousand seven hundred and fifty
4. 40 two thousand and six hundred and thirty
4. 44 were three thousand and two hundred
4. 48 thousand and five hundred and fourscore
7. 13 whereof (was) an hundred and thirty (sh.)
[3o In verse 19, 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, 55, 61, 67, 73, 79, 85.]
7. 85 two thousand and four hundred (shekels)
7. 86 gold . .(was) an hundred and twenty (she.)
ii. 21 people, .(are) six hundred thousand foot.
16. a two hundred and fifty princes of the
16. 17 bring ye. .two hundred and fifty censers
16. 35 two hundred and fifty men that offered
16. 49 were fourteen thousand and seven hund.
26. 7 thousand and seven hundred and thirty
26. 10 flre devoured two hundred and fifty men
26. 14 twenty and two thousand and two hund.
26. 18 families, .forty thousand and five hund.
26. 22 and sixteen thousand and five hundred
26. 25 and four thousand and three hundred
26. 27 threescore thousand and five hundred
26. 34 fifty and two thousand and seven hund.
26. 37 thirty and two thousand and flve hundred
26. 41 forty and flve thousand and six hundred
26. 43 and four thousand and four hundred
26. 47 fifty and three thousand and four hundr.
j6. 50 forty and five thousand and four hundred
26. 51 children of Israel, six hundred thousand
26. 51 and a thousand seven hundred and thirty
31. 14 captains over hundreds, which eameifrom
31. 28 one soul of flve hundred, (both) of the
31. 32 hundred thousand and seventy thousand
31. 36 three hundred thousand and seven and
31. 36 thirty thousand and five hundred sheep
31. 37 six hundred and threescore and fifteen
31. 39 (were) thirty thousand and flve hundred
31. 43 hundred thousand and thirty thousand
31. 43 seven thousand and five hundred sheep
31. 45 thirty thousand asses and flve hundred
31. 48, 52 of thousands,and captains of hundreds
31. 52 thousand seven hundred and fifty shekels
31. 54 captains of thousands and of hundreds
33. 39 Aaron (was) an hundred and twenty and
Dent i. 15 captains over hundreds, and captains over
22. 19 in an hundred (shekels) of silver, and
31. 2 I (am) an hundred and twenty years old
34. 7 Moses (was) an hundred and twenty years
Josh. 7. 21 two hundred shekels of silver and a wedge
24. 29 died, (being) an hundred and ten yearsold
24. 32 bought, .for an hundred pieces of silver
Judg. 2. 8 died, (being) an hundred and ten years old
3. 31 whicli slew of the Philistines six hundred
4. 3, 13 nine hundred chariots of iron, and
7. 6 them that lapped . . were three hundred
7. 7 the three hundred men that lapped will
7. 8 retained those three hundred men. And
7. 1 6 divided the three hundred men (into) th.
7. 19 the hundred men that (were) with him
7. 22 the three hundred blew the trumpets, and
8. 4 the three hundred men that (were) with
8. 10 an hundred and twenty thousand men
8. 26 thousand and seven hundred (shekels) of
ii. 26 dwelt in Heshbon. .three hundred years?
15. 4 went and caught three hundred foxes, and
16. 5 give thee. .eleven hundred (pieces) of sil.
17. 2, 3 The eleven hundred (shekels) of silver
17. 4 mother took two hundred (shekels) of si.
18. ii hundred men appointed with weapons of
18. 16 the six hundred men appointed with their
18. 17 six hundred men (that were) appointed
20. 2 hundred thousand footmen that drew sw.
20. 10 And we will take ten men of an hundred
20. 10 anhundred of a thousand, and a thousand
20. 15, 16 seven hundred chosen men]
20. 17 four hundred thousand men that drew sw.
20. 35 and flve thousand and an bandied men
20. 47 six hundred men turned and fled to the
21. 12 four hundred young virgins, that had kn.
i Sa. ii. 8 children of Israel were three hundredth.
13. 15 present with him, about six hundred men
14. 2 the people, .(were) about six hundred m.
15. 4 two hundred thousand footmen, and ten
17. 7 head (weighed);six hundred shekels of iron
18. 25 an hundred foreskins of the Philistines
18. 27 slew of the Philistines two hundred men
22. 2 were with him about four hundred men
22. 7 captains of thousands, and. .of hundreds
23. 13 and his men (which were) about six hu.
25. 13 about four hundred men ; and two hund.
25. 18 took two hundred loaves, and two bottles
25. 18 and an hundred clusters of raisins, and
25. 18 two hundred cakes of figs, and laid (them)
27. 2 the six hundred men that (were) with him
v). 2 passed on by hundreds and by thousands
30. 9 the six hundred men that (were) with him
30. 10 he and four hundred men : fortwo hundred
30. 17 four hundred young men, which rode upon
30. 21 David came to the two hundred men, wh.
3 Sa. 2. 31 three hundred and threescore men died
3. 14 an hundred foreskins of the Philistines
8. 4 and seven hundred horsemen, and twenty
8. 4 reserved of them (for) an hundred chariots
10. 1 8 (of) seven hundred chariots of the Syrians
14. 26 at two hundred shekels after the king s
15. ii went two hundred men out of Jerusalem
15. 18 six hundred men which came after him
2.Sa. 16. i upon them two hundred {loaves)
of bread
16. i hundred bunches of raisins, and an him.
18. i and set captains . . of hundreds over them
18. 4 the people came out by hundreds, and by
21. 16 three hundred (shekels) of brass in weight
23. 8 (lift up his spear) against eight hundred
23. 18 lifted up his spear against three hundred
?4. 9 eight hundred thousand valiant men that
24. 9 the men. .(were) five hundred thousand
1 Ki. 4. 23 hundred sheep, beside harts, and roebucks
5. 16 three thousand and three hundred, which
6. i in the four hundred and eightieth year
7. 2 the length thereof (was)an hundred cubits
7. 20 the pomegranates (were) two hundred, in
7. 42 four hundred pomegranates for the two
8. 63 and an hundred and twenty thousand sh.
9. 23 flve hundred ami llfty, which bare rule
9. 28 gold, four hundred and twenty talents
10. 10 ~.n hundred and twenty talents of gold
10. 14 six hundred threescore and six talents of
10. 16 made two hundred targets (of) beaten gold
10. 16 six hundred (shekels) of g^ld went to one
10. 17 (made) three hundred shields (of) beaten
10. 26 had a thousand and four hundred chariots
10. 29 went.. for six hundred (shekels) of silver
10. 29 an horse for an hundred and fifty : and so
11. 3 he had seven hundred wives, princesses
11. 3 three hundred concubines : and his wives
12. 21 an hundred and fourscore thousand
1 8. 4 Ubadiah took an hundred prophets, and
18. 13 hid an hundred men of the LORD S proph.
18. 19 prophets of Baal four hundred and fifty
18. 19 the prophets of the groves four hundred
1 8. 22 prophets (are) four hundred and fifty men
20. 15 they were two hundred and thirty two
20. 29 slew, .an hundred thousand footmen in
22. 6 prophets together, about four hundred
2 Ki. 3. 4 an hundred thousand lambs, and an hun.
3. 26 took, .seven hundred men that drew sw.
4. 43 should I set this before an hundred men?
ii. 4, 19 rulers over hundreds, with the captains
ii. 9 captains over the hundreds did according
ii. 10 to the captains over hundreds did the
ii. 15 commanded the captains of the hundreds
14. 13 brake down the wall . . four hundred cubits
18. 14 appointed, .three hundred talents of silver
19. 35 an hundred fourscore and five thousand
23. 33 tribute of an hundred talents of silver
j Ch 4. 42 flve hundred men, went to mount Seir
5. 1 8 thousand seven hundred and threescore
5. 21 of sheep two hundred and fifty thousand
5. 21 they took away, .men an hundred thous.
7. 2 two and twenty thousand and six hundred
7. 9 (was) twenty thousand and two hundred
7. ii thousand and two hundred (soldiers), fit
8. 40 sons, and sons sons, an hundred and fifty
9. 6 and their brethren, six hundred and ninety
9. 9 brethren, .nine hundred and fifty and six
9. 13 thousand and seven hundred and threes.
9. 22 porters, .(were) two hundred and twelve
ii. ii lifted up his spear against three hundred
11. 20 lifting, .his spear against three hundred
12. 14 one of the least (was) over an hundred, and
12. 24 (were) six thousand and eight hundred
12. 25 men. .seven thousand and one hundred
12. 26 of Levi, four thousand and six hundred
12. 27 (were) three thousand and seven hundred
12. 30 twenty thousand and eight hundred
12. 32 the heads of them (were) two hundred; and
12. 35 twenty and eight thousand and six hund.
12. 37 an hundred and twenty thousand
13. i the captains of thousands and hundreds
15. 5 and his brethren an hundred and twenty
15. 6 and his brethren two hundred and twenty
15. 7 and his brethren an hundred and thirty
15. 8 the chief, and his brethren two hundred
15. 10 and his brethren an hundred and twelve
1 8. 4 but reserved of them an hundred chariots
21. 3 an hundred times so many more as they
21 5 an hundred thousand men that drew sword
21. 5 Jndah (was) four hundred threescore and
si. 25 six hundred shekels of gold by weight
22. 14 an hundred thousand talents of gold, and
25. 7 was two hundred fourscore and eight
26. 26 the captains over thousands and hundreds
26. 30 a thousand and seven hundred, (were)
26. 32 thousand and seven hundred chief fathers
27. i captains of thousands and hundreds, and
28. i and captains over the hundreds, and the
29. 6 the captains of thousands and of hundreds
29. 7 and one hundred thousand talents of iron
2 Ch. i. 2 captains of thousands and of hundreds
i. 14 hadathousand and four hundred chariots
i. 17 chariot for six hundred (shekels) of silver
1. 17 an horse for an hundred and fifty : and so
2. 2 thousandandsixhundredto oversee them
2. 17 and they were found an hundred and fifty
2. 17 and three thousand and six hundred
2. 1 8 six hundred overseers to set the people
3. 4 andthelieinht(was)anhundredandtwen.
3. 8 gold, (amounting) to six hundred talents
3. 1 6 made anhundred pomegranates, and put
4. 8 And he made an hundred basins of gold
4. 13 hindred pomegranates on the two wreaths
5. 12 with them anhundred and twenty priests
7. 5 and an hundred and twenty thousand sh.
8. 10 two hundred and fifty, that bare rule over
8. 1 8 four hundred and fifty talents of gold
9. 9 an hundred and twenty talents of gold
9. 13 hundred and threescore and six talents of
9. 15 made two hundred targets (of) beaten gold
9. 15 six hundred (shekels) of beaten gold went
2 Ch. 9. 16 hundred shields (made he of) beaten gold
9. 16 three hundred (shekels) of gold went to
11. i hundred and fourscore thousand chosen
12. 3 twelve hundred chariots, and threescore
13. 3 (even)fourhundred thousand chosenmen
13. 3 with eight hundred thousand chosen men
13. 17 fell.. flve hundred thousand chosen men
14. 8 out ofJudah three hundred thousand ; and
14. 8 two hundred and fourscore thousand : all
14. 9 with an host, .and three hundred chariot*
15. ii hundred oxen and seven thousand sheep
17. ii seven thousand and seven hundred rams
17. ii seven thousand and seven hundred he goa.
17. 14 men of valour three hundred thousand
17. 15 with.. two hundred and fourscore thousand
17. 16 two hundred thousand mighty, men of va.
17. 17 with bow and shield two hundred thousand
17. 18 an hundred and fourscore thousand ready
1 8. 5 gathered . .of prophets four hundred men
23. i took the captains of hundreds, Azariah
23. 9 delivered to the captains of hundreds
23. 14 brought out the captains of hundreds
23. 20 he took the captains of hundreds, and the
24. 15 an hundred and thirty years old (was he)
25. 5 captains over hundreds, according to the
25. 5 three hundred thousand choice (men, able)
25. 6 hired also an hundred thousand mighty
25. 6 hired . . for an hundred talents of silver
25. 9 what shall we do for the hundred talents
25. 23 brake down the wall, .four hundred cub.
26. 12 men. .(were) two thousand and six hund.
26. 13 three hundred thousand, and seven thou.
26. 13 flve hundred, that made war with mighty
27. 5 same year an hundred talents of silver
28. 6 slew, .hundred and twenty thousand in
28. 8 of their brethren two hundred thousand
29. 32 hundred rams, (and) two hundred lambs
29. 33 six hundred oxen and three thousand ?h.
35. 8 hundred (small cattle), and three hundred
35. 9 (small cattle), and flve hundred oxen
36. 3 an hundred talents of silver and a talent
Ezra i. 10 of a second (sort) four hundred and ten
1. ii (were) flve thousand and four hundred
2. 3 two thousand an hundred seventy and two
2. 4 children . . three hundred seventy and two
2. 5 of Arah, seven hundred seventy and five
2. 6 two thousand eight hundred and twelve
2. 7 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 8 of Zattu, nine hundred forty and five
2. 9 of Zaccai, seven hundred and threescore
2. 10 of Bani, six hundred forty and two
2. 1 1 of Bebai, six hundred twenty and three
2. 12 a thousand two hundred twenty and two
2. 13 of Adonikam, six hundred sixty and six
2. 15 of Adin, four hundred fifty and four
2. 17 of Bezai, three hundred twenty and three
2. 18 children of Jorah, an hundred and twelve
2. 19 Hashum, two hundred twenty and three
2. 21 Beth-lehem, an hundred twenty and three
2. 23 Anathoth, an hundred twenty and eight
2. 25 Beeroth, seven hundred, .forty and three
2. 26 and Gaba, six hundred twenty and one
2. 27 men of Michmas, an hundred twenty and
2. 28 and Ai, two hundred twenty and three
1. 30 of Magbish, an hundred fifty and six
2. 31 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 32 of Harim, three hundred and twenty
2. 33 and Ono, seven hundred twenty and five
2. 34 of Jericho, three hundred forty and flve
2. 35 three thousand and six hundred and thi.
2. 36 Jeshua, nine hundred seventy and three
2. 38 a thousand two hundred forty and seven
2. 41 of Asaph, an hundred twenty and eight
2. 42 (in) all an hundred thirty and nine
2. 58 (were) three hundred ninety and two
2. 60 of Nekoda, six hundred fifty and two
2. 64 thousand three hundred (and) threescore
2. 65 thousand three hundred thirty and seven
2. 65 two hundred singing men and singing w.
2. 66 Their horses (were) seven hundred thirty
2. 66 their mules, two hundred forty and five
2. 67 Their camels, four hundred thirty and fl.
2. 67 asses, six thousand seven hundred and
2. 69 They gave, .onehundred priests garments
8. 3 with him . of the males an hundred and
8. 4 Elihoeuai. .withhimtwohundredmales
8. 5 Jahaziel, and with him three hundred ma.
8. Q with him two hundred and eighteen males
8. 10 with him an hundred and threescore males
8. 12 and with him an hundred and ten males
8. 20 two hundred and twenty Nethinims : all
8. 26 six hundred and fifty talents of silver
8. 26 and silver vessels an hundred talents
8. 26 (and) of gold an hundred talents
Neh. 5. 17 my table an hundred and fifty of the Jews
7. 8 two thousand an hundred seventy and two
7. 9 Shephatiah, three hundred seventy and
7. 10 children of Arah, six hundred fifty and twu
7. ii two thousand and eight hundred (and) eig.
7. 12 Elam, a thousand two hundred fifty and
7. 13 children of Zattu, eight hundred forty and
7. 14 children of Zaccai, seven hundred and th.
7. 15 children of Binnui, six hundred forty and
7. 16 children of Bebai, six hundred twenty and
7. 17 two thousand three hundred twenty and
7. 18 Adonikam, six hundred threescore andse.
7. 20 children of Adin, six hundred fifty and fl.
7. 22 of Hashum, three hundred twenty and ei.
7. 23 of Bczai, three hundred twenty and four
7. 24 children of Hariph, an hundred and twe.
7. 26 The men.. an hundred fourscore and eight
7. 27 Anathoth, an hundred twenty and eight
HUNDRED 504 HURAI
Neh. 7. 29 Beeroth, seven hundred forty and three
7. 30 of Ramah and Gaba, six hundred twenty
7. 31 of Michnias, an hundred and twenty and
7. 32 men of . .Ai, an hundred twenty and three
7. 34 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 35 children of Harim, three hundred and tw.
7. 36 of Jericho, three hundred forty and five
7. 37 and Ono, seven hundred twenty and one
7. 38 three thousand nine hundred and thirty
7. 39 priests, .nine hundred seventy and three
7. 41 a thousand two hundred forty and seven
7. 44 The singers, .an hundred forty and eight
7. 45 The porters . . an hundred thirty and eight
7. 60 All. .(were)three hundred ninetyand two
7. 62 The children, .six hundred forty and two
7. 66 forty and two thousand three hundred and
7. 67 seven thousand three hundred thirty and
7. 67 two hundred forty and five singing men
7. 68 Their horses, seven hundred thirty and six
7. 68 their mules, two hundred forty and five
7. 69 camels, four hundred thirty and five
7. 69 six thousand seven hundred and twenty
7. 70 five hundred and thirty priests garments
7. 71 two thousand and two hundred pound of
it. 6 four hundred threescore and eight valiant
ii. 8 afterhim. . nine hundred.twenty and eight
ii. 12 (were) eight hundred twenty and two
ii. 13 his brethren., two hundred forty and two
ii. 14 their brethren, .an hundred twenty and
ii. 18 Levites. .two hundred fourscore and four
ii. 19 porters, .(were) an hundred seventy and
Ssth. i. i an hundred and seven and twenty provi.
t. 4 many days, .an hundred and fourscore
8. 9 an hundred twenty and seven provinces
9. 6 .Tews slew and destroyed five hundred
9. 12 The Jews have slain, .five hundred men
9. 15 and slew three hundred men at Shushan
6. 30 the hundred twenty and seven provinces
Job i. 3 five hundred yoke of oxen, and five hun.
42. 16 After this lived Job an hundred and forty
Prov 17. 10 more, .thananhundred stripes into a fool
Eccl. 6. 3 If a man beget an hundred (children), and
8. 12 Though a sinner do evil an hundred times
Song 8. 12 those that keep the fruit thereof two hun.
Isa. 37. 36 a hundred and fourscore and five thous.
65. 20 the child shall die an hundred years old
65. 20 the sinner, .an hundred years old, shall
Jer. 52. 23 pomegranates, .an hundred round about
52. 29 eight hundred thirty and two persons
52. 30 seven hundred forty and five persons
52. 30 all., (were) four thousand and six hundred
Eze. 4. 5, Q three hundred and ninety days
40. 19 hundred cubits eastward and northward
40. 23, 27 from gate to gate, .an hundred cubits
40. 47 an hundred cubits long, and an hundred
41. 13 an hundred cubits long., an hundred cub.
41. 14 Also the breadth, .an hundred cubits
41. 15 an hundred cubits, with the inner temple
42. 2 Before the length of an hundred cubits
42. 8 before the temple(were)an hundred cubits
42. 16, 17, 18, igHe measured, .five hundred
42. 20 five hundred, .long, and five hundred br.
45. 2 five hundred, .with five hundred .. square
45. 15 one lamb out of the flock, out of two hu.
48. 16, 16, 16, 16 four thousand and five hund.
48. 30, 32, 33, 34 four thousand and five hundred
48. 17, 17, 17, 17 and toward, .two hundred and
Dan. 8. 14 Unto two thousand and three hundred d.
12. ii a thousand two hundred and ninety days
12. 12 three hundred and five and thirty days
Amos 5. 3 (by) a thousand shall leave an hundred
5. 3 went forth (by) an hundred shall leave
^.Hundred, .IKS meah.
Ezra 6. 17 Arid offered, .an hundred bullocks
6. 17 two hundred rains, *our hundred lambs
7. 22 Unto an hundred talents of silver, and to
7. 22 an hundred measures of wheat, and to an
7. 22 hundred baths of wine, and to anhundred
Dan. 6. i an hundred and twenty princes, which
^.Hundred, txa.r6v hekaton.
Matt i a 1 2 If a man have an hundred sheep, and one
1 8. 28 servants, which owed him an hundred
Mark 4. 8 thirty, and some sixty, and some an hund.
4. 20 thirty fold, some sixty, and some. .hund.
Luke 1 5. 4 What man of you, having an hundred sh.
16. 6 And he said, An hundred measures of oil
16. 7 And he said, An hundred measures of
John 19. 39 and aloes, about an hundred pound (we.)
31. ii fishes, an hundred and fifty and three
Acts i. 15 together were about an hundred and tw.
Rev. 7. 4 an hundred (and) forty (and) four thous.
14. i an hundred forty (and) four thousand
14. 3 the hundred (and) forty (and) four thou.
21. 17 an hundred (and) forty (and) four cubits
HUNDRED, five
Five hundred, TrfvraK&a-ioi pcntakosioi.
I.ihkc 7.41 one owed five hundred pence,and theothor
i 0.15. 6 he was seen of above five hundred bretii.
HUNDRED, four
Four hundred, TrrpaK&ffioi t- trakosioi.
Acts 5. 36 men, about four hundred, joined themse.
7. 6 and entreat (them) evil four hundred ye.
13. 20 judges about the space of four hundred
Gal. 3. 17 law, which was four hundred and thirty
[See Six, three, two.]
H.UHDRED thousand thousand
Myriads ofmyriads, fivpidSts fivpid$<ai>.
Rev. 9. 16 (were) two hundred thousand thousand
HUNDRED years old
Hundred years of age, tKarofraerf)^ hckatontaetes.
Rom. 4. 19 when he was about an hundred years old
HUNDRED FOLD
I. Hundred steps, times, Q SJ^E nxo [nicnh, JMKUII].
2 Sa.24. 3 how many soever they be, an hundred fold
2. Hundred measures, DTffl ngn [ineah shaar],
Gen. 26. 12 received in the same year an hundredfold
Z. Hundredfold,fKaTOVTair\a.ffi<i>vlifl\atontaplasiiJn.
Matt 19. 29 shall receire an hundred fold, and shall
Markio. 30 he shall receive an hundred fold now in
Luke 8. 8 sprang up, and bare fruit an hundredfold
^.Hundred, tuarov hekaton.
Matt 13. 8, 23 some an hundredfold, some sixty fold
HUNDREDTH
Hundred, nxp meah.
Gen. 7. 1 1* In the six hundredth year of Noah s life
8. 13 in the six hundredth and first year, in the
Neb. 5. 1 1 the hundredth (part) of the money, and
HUNDREDS, by
By hundreds, a hundred each, avk eK<n6v ana hck.
Mark 6. 40 sat down in ranks, [by hundreds], .fifties
HUNGER
1.Hunger, famine, ly^raab.
Exod.i6. 3 to kill this whole assembly with hunger
Deut.28. 48 in hunger.and in thirst, and in nakedness
32. 24 burnt with hunger, and devouredwith bur.
Neh. 9. 15 bread from heaven for their hunger, and
Jer. 38. 9 he is like to die for hunger in the place
Lain. 2. 19 thy young children, that faint for hunger
4. 9 are better than (they that be)slain with h.
Eze. 34. 29 they shall be no more consumed with hu.
2.Hunger, famine, \IIJLOS limos.
Lukeis. 17 have bread enough, .and I perish with h.
2 Co. ii. 27 hunger and thirst, in fastings often, in c.
Rev. 6. 8 to kill with sword, and with hunger, and
HUNGER, to (have or suffer)
1. To hunijer, be hungry, 3jn raeb.
Psa. 34. 10 The young lions do lack, and suffer hunger
Prov 19. 15 sleep ; and an idle soul shall suffer hunger
Isa. 49. 10 They shall not hunger nor thirst ; neither
Jer. 42 . 14 nor have hunger of bread; and there will
2. To hunger, irtiv<Lv> petnao.
Matt. 5. 6 Blessed (are) they which do hunger and
21. 18 as he returned into the city, he hungered
Luke 4. 2 when they were ended, he afterward hu.
6. 21 Blessed, .that hunger now: for ye shall
6. 25 Woe unto you that are full ! for ye shall hu.
John 6. 35 he that cometh to me shall never hunger
Rom. 12. 20 if thine enemy hunger, feed him ; if he
i Co. 4. ii we both hunger, and thirst, and are naked
11. 34 if any man hunger, let him eat at home
Rev. 7. 1 6 They shall hunger no more, neither thirst
HUNGER, to suffer to
To cause or suffer to be hungry, ny; raeb, 5.
Deut. S. 3 suffered thee to hunger, and fed thee with
HUNGER BITTEN
Hungry, famished, 3yi raeb.
Job 18. 12 His strength shall be hunger bitten, and
HUNGERED, to be an
To hunger, ireivatu peinad.
Matt. 4. 2 he had fasted . . he was afterward an hung.
12. i his disciples were an hungered, and began
12. 3 what David did, when he was an hungered
25. 35 I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat
25. 37 Lord, when saw we thee an hungered, and
25. 42 I was an hungered, andye gave .e no meat
25. 44 when saw we thee an hungered, or athirst
Mark 2. 25 when he had need, and was an hungered
Luke 6. 3 what David did, when himself was au hu.
HUNGRY
1,Hungry, famished, ayi raeb.
1 Sa. 2. 5 hungry ceased : so that the barren hath
2 Sa. 17. 29 The people (is) hungry, and weary, and
2 Ki. 7. 12 They know that we (be) hungry; therefore
Job 5. 5 Whose harvest the hungry eateth up, and
22. 7 thou hast withholden bread from the h.
24. 10 they take away the sneaf (from) the hun.
Psa 107. 5 Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in"
107. 9 and filleth the hungry soul with goodness
107. 36 there he maketh the hungry to dwell, that
146. 7 which giveth food to the hungry. The L.
Prov.25. 21 If thine enemy be hungry, give him bread
27. 7 to the hungry soul every bitter thing is
Isa. 8. 21 pass through it hardly bestead and hun.
9. 20 snatch on the right hand, and be hungry
29. 8 It shall even be as when an hungry (man)
32. 6 to make empty the soul of the hungry
44. 12 yea, he is hungry, and his strength faileth
58. 7 (Is it) not to deal thy bread to the hungry
58. 10 thou draw out thy soul to the hungry, and
Eze. 18. 7, 1 6 hath given his bread to the hungry, and
2.7*0 hunqer, -rrttvdca peinao.
Luke i . 53 He hath filled the hungry with good things
HUNGRY, to be
1. To hunrjer, be hungry, famished, 3JH raeb.
Psa. 50. 12 If I were hungry, I would not tell thro
Prov. 6. 30 steal to satisfy his soul when he is hungry
Isa. 8. 21 when they shall be hungry, they shall fret
65. M my servants shall eat. but ye shall be hun.
2. To hunger, iravda peinad.
Mark 1 1 . 12 when they were come from B., he was h.
i Co. ii. 21 and one is hungry, and another is drunken
Phil. 4. 12 both to be full and to be hungry, both to
HUNGRY, very
Very hungry, irp6ffit*ivos prospeinos.
Acts 10. io became rery hungry,and would have eaten
HUNT, to
1. To hunt, lie in wait, rny tsadah.
i Sa. 24. ii not sinned, .yet thou huntest my soul to
2. To hunt, lie in ivait, TS tsud.
Gen. 27. 5 Esau went to the field to hunt (for) venison
Lev. 17. 13 hunteth and catcheth any beast or fowl
Job io. 16 Thou huntest me as a fierce lion ; and again
38. 39 Wilt thou hunt the prey for the lion, or
Psa. 143. ii evil sl.all hunt the violent man tooverth.
Prov. 6. 26 the adulteress will hunt for the precious
Jer. 16. 16 they shUl hunt them from every mountain
Lam. 4. 18 They hunt our steps, that we cannot go in
Mic. 7. 2 they hunt every rnun his brother with a
3.7*0 hunt, TIX tsud, Sa.
Eze. 13. 18 make kerchiefs upon the head, .to hunt
13. 18 Will ye hunt the souls of my people, and
13. 20 wherewith ye there hunt the souls to make
13. 20 the souls that ye hunt to make (them) fly
4. 7*o pursue, *\i~i radaph.
i Sa. 26. 20 when one doth hunt a partridge in the m.
HUNTED, to be
A hunting, object for hunting, rniss metsudah.
Eze. 13. 21 shall be no more in your hand to be hunt.
HUNTER
1. Hunter, "v* tsayyad.
Jer. 16. 16 after will I send for many hunters, and
^.Hunting, T$ tsayid.
Gen. io. 9 He was a mighty hunter before the LORD
io. 9 Nimrod the mighty hunter before the L.
25. 27 Esau was a cunning hunter, a man of the
HUNTING, (to take in)
Hunting, TS tsayid.
Gen. 27. 30 Esau his brother came in from his hunting
Prov 12. 27 roasteth not that which he took in hunting
HU -PHAM, CE?n protected.
A son of Benjamin, founder of the family of the Huphamites.
B.C. 1670. In Gen. 46. 25, and i Ch. 7. 12, the
name is given Iluppim.
Nuni26. 39 of II., the family of the Huphamites
HU-PHA-JHTES, -?E-n
The patronymic of a family that sprang from the pre
ceding.
Nuni26. 39 of Hupham, the family of the H.
HUP -PAH, n$n protection.
A priest in the time of David who had charge of the
i 3th of the 24 courses in the service of the sanctuary.
B.C. 1015.
i Ch.24. 13 The thirteenth to H., the fourteenth to
HUP -PIM, D*?n protection.
Head of a Benjamite family; he was either a son of
Bela or of Ir or Iri, one of Bela s five sons. B.C. 1670.
Gen. 46. 21 Ehi, and Rosh, Muppim, and H., and Ard
i Ch. 7. 12 Shuppim also, and H., the children of Ir
7. 15 Machir took to wife (the sister) of H. and
HUR, "nn free, noble.
1. A man who with Aaron stayed up the hands of Moses
at Rephidim during the battle with Amalek. The
Jewish tradition is that he was the husband of Miriam
and the grandfather of Bezaleel. B C. 1491.
Exodi7. io Moses, Aaron, and H., went up to the top
17. 12 Aaron and H. stayed up his hands, the
24. 14 Aaron and H. (are) with you : if any man
2. A son of Caleb the son of Hezron,
Exod3i. 2 Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of H., of
35. 30 Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of H., of
38. 22 Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of H., of
1 Ch. 2. 19 Caleb took.. Ephrath. which bare him H.
2. 20 And H. begat Uri, and Uri begat Bezaleel
2 Ch. i. s that Bezaleel the son of Uri, the son of H.
3. The fourth of the five kings of Midian that were slain
with Balaam. B.C. 1452.
Numsi. 8 Evi, and Rekem, and Zur, and H., and R.
Josh. 13. 21 Evi, and Rekem, and Zur, and H.,andR.
4. A commissariat officer of Solomon in Mount Ephraim.
B.C. 1014.
i Ki. 4. 8 these., their names: The son of II., in
5. The father of Caleb and eldest son of Ephratah. B.C
1490.
i Ch. 2. 50 These were the sons of Caleb the son of H.
4. 4 These . . the sons of II. . . the father of Bet.
6. A son of Judah ; but really a member of a different
generation. B.C. 1700.
i Ch. 4. i sons of Judah. .Carmi, and H., and Sho.
7. The ruler of half of Jerusalem in the time of Nehemiah.
B.C. 460.
Neh. 3. 9 next., repaired Rephaiah the son of H.
HU -RAL, "$r* free, noble..
One of David s guard from the torrents of Gaash. B.C.
1048. In 2 Sa. 23. 30 the r is changed to d., and tlu
name given there is Hiddai.
i Ch.ii. 32 H. of the brooks of Gaash, Abiel the Ar7
HURAM 505 HUSHAH
HU RAM, Q-jin noble, free.
1. Son of Bela son of Benjamin. B.C. 1670.
1 Ch. 8. 5 And Gera, and Shephuphati, and H.
2. The king of Tyre, who is called Hiram in 2Sa. 5. n.
B.C. 1015.
2 Ch. 2. 3 Solomon sent to H. the king of Tyre, saying
2. 12 H. said moreover, Blessed (be) the LORD
3. The Tyrian artificer employed by Solomon.
"2 Ch. 4. ti H. made the pots..H.flnished the workthat
4. 16 .all their instruments, did II. his father m.
KU -RI, "iin linen weaver.
The father of Abihail a chief man in the time of Gad.
B.C. 1240.
i Ch. 5. i4 Ihese . . the children of Abihail the son ofH.
HURL, to
To cast (away, down, off, out}, yyp sJialak, 5.
Xum35. 20 hurl at him by laying of wait, that he die
HURL as a storm, to
To frighten, lift* snar, 3.
Job 27. 21 and as a storm hurleth him out of his place
HURT
I.A thing, Tyi dabar.
i Sa. 20. 21 peace to thee, and no hurt, (as) the LORD
2. Injury, nSon chabulah.
Dan. 6. 22 also before thee, king, have I done no h.
3. Bruise, rrjian chabburah.
Gen. 4. 23 for I have slain . . a young man to my hurt
4. Hurt, "rjn chabal.
Dan. 3. 25 walking in. .the fire, and they have no h
5. Hurt, ^n chabal.
Dan. 6. 23 no manner of hurt was found upon him
6. To cause loss, p]} nczaq, 5.
Ezra 4. 22 why should damage grow to the hurt of
7.Evil, yi ra.
Gen. 26. 29 That thou wilt do us no hurt, as we have
31. 29 It is in. .my hand to do you hurt : but the
1 Sa. 24. 9 saying. Behold, David seeketh thy hurt?
2 Sa. 18. 32 all that rise against thee to do (thee) hurt
aKi. 14. 10 why shouldest thou meddle to (thy) hurt
2 011.25. 19 why shouldest thou meddle to (thine) hu.
Esth. 9. 2 to lay hand on such as sought their hurt
Psa. 35. 4 brought to confusion that devise my hurt
35. 26 confusion together that rejoice at mine h.
38. 12 they that seek my hurt speak mischievous
41. 7 hate me . .against me do they devise my h.
70. 2 and put to confusion, that desire my hurt
71. 13 Let them be confounded, .that seek my h.
71. 24 are brought unto shame, that seek my h.
Eccl. 5. 13 kept for the owners thereof to their hurt
8. 9 one man rulethpver another to his own h.
Jer. 7. 6 neither walk after other gods to your hurt
24. 9 I will deliver them . . for (their) hurt, (to)
25. 7 provoke me to anger, .to your own hurt
38. 4 man seeketh not the welfare .. but the hurt
8. To do or suffer evil, yjrj raa>
5.
Psa. 15. 4 sweareth to (his own) hurt, and changeth
9. Fracture, breaking, breach, ~qxr, 13? sheber.
Jer. 6. 14 They have healed also the hurt, .of myp.
8. ii they have healed the hurt of thedaughter
8. 21 For the hurt, .of my people
10. 19 Woe is me formy hurt ! my woundisgriev.
10. Reproach, injury, vfrpis hubris.
Acts 27. 10 this voyage will be with hurt and much
HURT, to (do)
\.To destroy, injure, ^30 clwbal, 3.
Dan. 6. 22 that they have not hurt me: forasmuch as
2. To cause to blush, put to shame, 075 kalam, 5.
i Sa. 25. 7 now thy shepherds, .we hurt them not
3. To smite, plague, ^J nagaph.
Exodai. 22 If men strive, and hurt a woman with c.
21. 35 if one man s ox hurt another s, that he die
4. To afflict, n$i anah, 3.
Psa. 105. 18 Whose feet they hurt with fetters: he was
5. To inspect, "ij3? paqad.
Isa. 27. 3 lest (any) hurt it, I will keep it night and
6. To do or suffer evil, treat ill, afflict, yjrj raa, 5.
Gen. 31. 7 yourfather. . God suffered him not to hurt
Numi6. 15 not taken., neither have I hurt one of them
Josh 24. 20 he will turn and do you hurt, ana consume
Isa. ii. 9 They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my
65. 25 They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my
Jer. 25. 6 provoke me not . . and I will do you no hurt
t. To do wrong, injustice, aSi/ceo; adikeo.
Lukeio. 19 and nothing shall by any means hurt you
ftev. 2. n He that overcometh shall not be hurt of
6. 6 and (see) thou hurt not the oil and the
7. 2 to whom it was given to hurt the earth and
7. 3 Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor
9. 4 they should not hurt the grass of the earth
9. 10 theirpower (was) to hurt men five months
<). 19 and had heads . . with them they do hurt
11. 5, 5 And if any man will hurt them
8. To disable, weaken, hurt, /SXairTw blapto.
Marki6. 18 [if they drink, .it shall not hurt them]
Luke 4. 35 he came out of him, and hurt him not
9. To do evil, use Oadly, KattAta kakoo.
Acts 18 10 and no man shall set on thee to hurt thee
HURT, to be
1. To be caused to blush, put to shame, 075 kalam, 6.
i Sa. 25. 15 we were not hurt, neither missed we any
2. To be grieved, 3^^ atsab, 2.
Eccl. 10. 9 Whoso removeth stones shall be hurt there.
3. To be broken, destroyed, hurt, ~\yf shabar, 2.
Exod22. 10 If . .it die, or be hurt, or driven away, no
22. 14 if a man borrow, .and it be hurt, or die
4.2"o be broken, hurt, tyy shabar, 6.
Jer. 8. 21 For. .the daughter of my people am I h.
HURTFUL
I. To cause loss, pp nezag, 5.
Ezra 4. 15 hurtful unto kings and provinces, and that
Z.Evil, JTJ ra.
Psa. 144. 10 delivereth.. his servant from the hurtful s.
3. Disabling, weakening, hurtful, f)\a.fifp6s blab.
i Ti. 6. 9 many foolish and hurtful lusts, which dr
HURTING
To do or suffer evil, treat ill, afflict, yjTJ raa, 5.
i Sa. 25. 34 which hath kept me ba?k from hurting thee
HUSBAND
1. A man, P X ish.
Gen. 3. 6 and gave also unto her huf iand with her
i. 16 thy desire (shall be) to thy husband, and he
16. 3 gave her to her husband Abram to be his
29. 32 now therefore my husband will love me
29. 34 Now this time will my husband be joined
30. 15 small matter that thou bust taken myhus.?
30. 18 because I have given my maiden to my hu. ,
30. 20 now will myhusband dwell with me, beca
Lev. 19. 20 a bondmaid, betrothed to an husband
21. 3 for his sister . . which hath had no husband
21. 7 take a woman put away from her husband
Num. 5. 13 and it be hid from the eyes of her husband
5. 19, 20, 29 gone aside (to another) instead of h.
5. 20 some man. .with thee beside thine hus1>.
5. 27 and have done trespass against her husb.
30. 6 if she had at all an husband when she
30. 7, 1 1 her husband heard (it) : and held his p.
30. 8 if her husband disallowed her on the day
30. 10 if she vowed in her husband s house, or
30. 12 if her husband hath utterly made them
30. 12 her husband hath made them void ; and
30. 13 her husband may establish it, or her hu.
30. 14 if her husband altogether hold his peace
Deut22. 23 If a damsel, .be betrothed unto an hush.
24. 3 And (if) the latter husband hate her, and
24. 3 or if the latter husband die, which took
25. ii draweth near for to deliver her husband
28. 56 her eye shall be evil toward the husband
Judgi3- 6 the woman came and told her husband
13. 9 Manoah her husband (was) not with her
13. 10 the woman., ran, and showed her husband
14. 15 Entice thy husband, that he may declare
19. 3 her husband arose, and went after her, to
20. 4 the hnsband of the woman that was slain
Ruth i. 3 Naomi s husband died ; and she was left
i. 5 was left of her two sons and her husband
i. 9 each (of you) in the house of her husband
1. 12 for I am too old to have an husband
1. 12 (if) I should have an husband also to night
1.13 would ye stay for them from having hu.?
2. i And Naomi had a kinsman of her husba.
2. ii hast done, .since the death of thine hus.
1 Sa. i. 8 Then said Elkanah her husband to her, H.
i. 22 went not up; forshe said unto herhusband
1. 23 Elkanah her husband said unto her, Do
2. 19 when she came up with her husband to
4. 19, 21 that her fatherin law andherhusband
25. 19 But she told not her husband Nabal
2 Sa. 3.16 her husband went with her along weeping
ii. 26 heard that Uriah her husband was dead
14. 5 widow woman, and mine husband is dead
14. 7 shall not leave to my husband . . name nor
2 Ki. 4. i Thy servant my husband is dead ; and
4. 9 she said unto her husband, Behold now, I
4. 14 she hath no child, and her husband is old
4. 22 she called unto herhusband, and said, -s-
4. 26 (is it) well with thy husband ? (is it) well
Jer. 6. ii the husband with the wife shall be taken
Eze. 16. 32 taketh strangers instead of her husband !
16. 45 that loatheth her husband and her child.
44. 25 for sister that hath had no husband, they
Hos. 2. 2 she (is) not my wife, neither (am) I her h.
2. 7 I will go and return to my ftrst husband
2. A man, B>iJ$
enosh.
Ruth i. ii sons, .that they may be your husbands?
Jer. 29. 6 give your daughters to husbands, that they
Eze. 16. 45 loathed their husbands and their children
3. Lord, master, ou-ner, possessor, 7K3 baal.
Exod2i. 22 as the woman s husband will lay upon him
Deut22. 22 lying with a woman married to an husb.
24. 4 Her former husband, which sent her away
2 Sa. ii. 26 was dead, she mourned for her husband
Esth. i. 17 they shall despise their husbands in their
i. 20 all the wives shall give to their husbands h.
Prov 12. 4 A virtuous woman (is) a crown to her h.
31. ii The heart of her husband doth safely trust
31. 23 Her husband is known in the gates, when
31. 28 her husband (also), and he praiseth her
Joel i. 8 Lament like a virgin .. for the husband of
4. Son-in-law, bridegroom, husband, jnn chathan.
Exod. 4. 25 Surely a bloody husband (art) thou to me
4. 26 she said, A bloody husband . . because of
5. Friend, y~!. rea.
Jer. 3. 20 a wife treacherously departeth from her h.
Q.A man, av^p an&r.
Matt. i. 16 Jacob begat Joseph the husband of Mary
1. 19 Joseph her husband, being a just (man)
Markio. 12 if a woman shall put away her husband
Luke 2. 36 had lived with an husband seven years
16. 18 her that is put away from (her) [husband]
John 4. 16 saith. .Go, call thy husband, and come h.
4. 17 I have no husband . .well said, I have no H.
4. 18 hast, .five husbands . .is not thy husband
Acts 5. 9 feet of them which have buried thy hus.
5. 10 the young men. .buried (her) by her hus.
Rom. 7. 2 is bound by the law to (her) husband so
7. 2 husband be dead, .the law of (her) husb.
7. 3 while (her) husband liveth... if her husband
i Co. 7. 2 let every woman have her own husband
7. 3 Let the husband, .the wife unto the hus.
7. 4 but the husband, .the husband hath not
7. 10 Let not the wife depart from (her) husband
7. ii to (her) husband : and let not the husband
7.13 the woman which hath an husband that b.
7. 14 the unbelieving husband is sanctified by
7. 14 and the. .wife is sanctified by the [husband]
7. 16 O wife, whether thou shalt save (thy) h.?
7. 34 careth.. how she may please (her) husband
7. 39 as her husband liyeth; but if herhusband
14. 35 let them ask their husbands at home : for
* Co.n. 2 I have espoused you to one husband, that
Gal. 4. 27 more children than she which hath an h.
Eph. 5. 22 submit yourselves unto your own husba.
5. 23 the husband is the head of the wife, even
5 24 so (let) the wives (be) to their own husb.
5. 25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ
5. 33 the wife (see) that she reverence (her) h.
Col. 3. "18 submit yourselves unto your own husba.
3. 19 Husbands, love (your) wives, and be not
i Ti. 3. 2 the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of
3. 12 Let the deacons be the husbands of one
Titus i. 6 If any be blameless, the husband of one
2. 5 obedient to their own husbands, that the
1 Pe. 3. i in subjection to your own husbands ; that
3. 5 being in subjection unto their own husb.
3. 7 Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with (them)
Rev. 21. 2 prepared as a bride adorned for her hus.

HUSBAND, to be or have an
1. To rule, possess, hare, marry, Syj baal.
Deut 21. 13 shalt go in unto her, and be her husband
Jer. 31. 32 although I was an husband unto them
Isa. 54. 5 For thy Maker (is) thine husband ; The L.
2. One under a man, viravSpos Jnipandrns.
Rom 7. 2 For the woman which hath an husband ia

HUSBAND, loving one s
Lover of a husband, <t>i\av8pos philandros.
Titus 2. 4 to love their husbands, to love their

HUSBANDMAN-
1. Husbandman, ploughman, 13N ikkar.
a Ch.26. 10 husbandmen . . and vine dressers in the
Jer. 31. 24 there shall dwell in Judah. .husbandmen
51. 23 the husbandman and his yoke of oxen
Joel i. ii Be ye ashamed, <> ye husbandmen; howl
Amos 5. 16 they shall call the husbandmen to mour.
2.To be an husbandman, 3j; yagab [V.L. D"3J].
2 Ki. 25. 12 vinedressers and husbandmen; Jer.52.i6.
3. .1 man of the ground or so<7,n!J-ix
C"N ish adamah.
Gen. 9. 20 Noah began (to be) an husbandman, and
4. A tiller of the ground, nc~x t3> r-x [ish].
Zech 13. 5 I (am) no prophet, I (am) an husbandman
^.Cultivator of the soil, yewpyos f/^orgos.
Matt 21. 33 let it out to husbandmen, and went into
21. 34 he sent his servants to the husbandmen
*
21. 35 thehusbandmen took his servants, and
21 38 when the husbandmen saw the son, they
21 40 what will he do unto those husbandmen?
21. 41 will let out (his) vineyard unto other hu.
Markiz i let it out to husbandmen, and went into
12 ? to the husbandmen, .from the husband,
i- 7 those husbandmen said amongthemselves
12. 9 Hewillcomeand destroy the husbandmen
Luke-o 9 let it forth to husbandmen, and went into
20. 10 to the husbandmen, .but thehusbandmen
20 14 when the husbandmen saw him. they rea.
20 16 He shall come and destroy these hnsband
Johnis. i I am the true vine, .my Father is the hu.
2 Ti 2. 6 The husbandman that laboureth must be
Jas. 5. 7 the husbandman waiteth for the precious

HUSBANDRY
1. Ground, soil, nsnK adamah.
2 Ch.26. 10 Also he built towers, .for he loved husba.
^.Cultivation of the soil, yfupyiov yeorgion.
i Co. 3. 9 For. .ye are God s husbandry . .God s bui.

HUSBAND S brother
Husband s brother, 03; yabam.
Deut 25. 5 her husband s brother shall go In unto h.
25. 7 My husband s brother refuseth to raise up
HUSBAND S brother, to perform the duty of
To marry a deceased brother s widow, c~ r yabam, 3.
Deut 25. 5,7 perform the duty of . . husband s brother

HU -SHAH, "V -n haste.
A son of Ezerof the tribe of Judah. B.C. 1450. It may
be the name of a place, or the patronymic of a family.
i Ch. 4. 4 father of Gedor, and Ezer the father of fi,
64

HUSHAI

HU -SHAI, ?nn quick.
An inhabitant of Eric, anil the friend of David in assist
ing to counteract and overthrow the counsels of Ahithophel.
B.C. 1024.
2 Sa. 15. 32 H. the Archite came to meet him with
15. 37 So H., David s friend, came into the city
16. 16 H. . . David s friend, was come unto Absa.
16. 16 H. said unto Absalom, God save the king
16. 17 Absalom said to H., (Is) this thy kindness
16. 18 H. said unto Absalom, Nay ; but whom
17. 5 Then said Absalom, Call now II. the Arc.
17. 6 when H. was come to Absalom, Absalom
17. 7 And H. said unto Absalom, The counsel
17. 8 For, said H. , thou knowest thy father and
17. 14 The counsel of H. the Archite (is) better
17. 15 Then said H. unto Zadok and to Abiathar
i Ki. 4. 16 Hannah the son of H. (was) in Asher and
i Ch.27. 33 H. the Archite. .the king s companion
HTJ -SHAM, c?>n, cyn hasting.
A Temanite who became king of Edom. B.C. 1500.
Gen. 36. 34 H. of the land of Temani reigned in his
36. 35 H. died, and Hadad. .reigned in his stead
1 Ch. i. 45 H. of the land of the Temanites reigned
i. 46 when H. was dead, Hadad. .reigned in his

HU SHA THITE, Viyn.
The patronymic of the family of Hushah of the tribe of
Jiidah.
2 Sa. 21. 18 then Sibbechai the H. slew Saph, which
23. 27 Abiezerthe Anethothite.Mebunnaithell.
i Cli. 1 1. 29 Sibbecai the H., Ilai the Ahohite
20. 4 which time Sibbechai the H. slew Sippai
27. ii for the eighth month (was) Sibbecai the K.

HTJ -SHIM. cvn, cpn, ovin hasting.
1. Son of Dan. B.C. 1680. In Num. 26. 42 the name is
changed to Shuhain.
Gen. 46. 23 And the sons of Dan ; H.
2. The son of Aher the Benjamite. B.C. 1650.
i Ch. 7. 12 children of Ir, (and) II., the sons of Aher
S.One of the two wives of Shaharaim, and the mother of
two i if his sons. li.c. 1400. Ahitub is Abititb in the
Hebrew.
1 Ch. 8. 8 Shaharaim.. H. and Baara(were)his wives
8. ii And of II. he begat Ahitub, and Elpaal

HTJSK
.Hnsk, 3] zag.
Num. 6. 4 nothing, .from thakernels even to the hu.
Z.Sack, bag, husk, Ji*?^ tsiqlon.
2 Ki. 4. 42 and full ears of corn in the husk thereof
3. Po<f, carub prul, Kfpa.rtoi kcration.
Luke 1 5. 1 6 with the husks that the swine did ei.t

HTTZ. }--y firm.
This name is elsewhere given as Uz, the eldest son of
Nahor and Miltah. See Buz, Uz.
Gen. 22. 21 II. his first born, and Buzliis brother, and

HTTZ ZAB, =sn established.
The " Zab country," or fertile tract of Assyria E. of the
Tigris, drained by the upper and lower Zab rivers (tab Ala and Xc,b Ayf-il) the A-diab-nie of the geographers,
This was the most fertile and valuable part of Assyria
and might well stand for Assyria itself, with which
Pliny and Ammianus identify it. Xebf&s applied to the
rivers) is very ancient, being found in the great inscrip
tion of Tiglath-Pileser I., wnich belongs to the middle
of the izth century B.C.
Nah. a. 7 II. shall be led away captive, she shall be
HY-IO:-N.: -US. "ffj.fva.ios nuptial.
One who hail fallen into various errors and excommuni
cated by Paul.
1 Ti. i. 20 Of whom is H. and Alexander ; whom I
2 Ti. 2. 17 a canker : of whom is H. and I hiletus HYMN
Hymn, fwr nfpraise, v^vos humnns.
Eph. 5 . 10 i psalms and hymns and spiritual songs
Col. 3. 16 in psalm and hymns and spiritual songs

HYMN, to sing a
Tu si/tff a song of praise, v^vtu humne t.
Matt. j. 30 when they had sung an hymn, Marki4.a6.

HYPOCRISY
1. Profanation, r^n choneph.
Isa. 32. 6 to practise hypocrisy, and to utter error
2. Hypocrisy, dissimulation, vir6icpio-is hupokrisis.
Matt.",. 28 within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniq. Marki2. 15 lie, knowing their hypocrisy, said unto th.
Luke 1 2. i the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hy.
i Ti. 4. 2 Speaking lies in hypocrisy ; having their
:. i hypocrisies, and envies, and all evil spea.

HYPOCRITE
Profane, yn chaneph.
Job 8. 13 and the hypocrite s hope shall perish
13. 16 foran hypocrite shall not come beforehim
15. 34 Tor the congregation of hypocrites ishall)
17. S shall stir up himself against the hypocr.
20. 5 the joy of the hypocrite (but) fora mom.?
27. what(is)thehopeof the hypocrite, though
36. 13 But the hypocritesin heart heap up wrath
iTov ii. 9 An hypocrite with (his) mouth destroyeth Isa. 9. 17 every one (is)an hypocrite and an evil doer
33- 4 tearfulness hath surprised the hypocrites
Z^Aprofane man, rjjri cnx adam Job chaneph. 34. 3o That the hypocrite rei^n not, lest the peo.
506
Z.IIypocritc, actor, \nroKpn-f)s hupokrites.
Matt. 6. 2 as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and
6. 5 thou shall not be as the hypocrites (are)
6. 16 when ye fast, be not, as the hypocrites, of
7. 5 Thou hypocrite, first rastout the beam out
15- 7 hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of
16. 3 [hypocrites], ye can discern the face of the
22. 18 Jesus, .said, Why tempt ye me. .hypocr.?
2 3- >3> 5. 5, 26, 27, 29 woe unto you. .hypocrites
23. 14 [Woe unto you .. Pharisees, hypocrites!]
24. 51 appoint. .nil portion with thehypocrites
Mark 7. 6 Well hath Esaias prophesied of you hypo.
Luke 6. 42 Thou hypocrite, cast out first the beam
1 1 . 44 [Woe unto you . . Pharisees, hypocrites, for]
12. 56 hypocrites, ye can discern the face of the
13- 5 hypocrite, doth not each one ofyou ou the
HYPOCRISY, without
Without hypocrisy or dissimulation, avvirAitpnos.
Jas. 3. 17 without partiality, and without hypocrisy
HYPOCRITICAL
Profane, ]jr; chaneph.
Psa. 35. 16 With hypocritical mockers in feasts, they
Isa. 10. 6 I will send him against an hypocritical
HYSSOP
\.IIyssnp, organy, aiiK ezob.
Exodi2. 22 ye shall take a bunch of hyssop, and dip
Lev. 14. 4, 49andcedarwood,and3carlet,andhyssop
14. 6 cedar wood, and the scarlet, and the hyssop
14. 51 cedar wood, and the hyssop, and the scar.
14. 52 with the cedar wood, and with the hyssop
Numig. 6 take cedar wood, and hyssop, and scarlet
19. 18 shall take hyssop, and dip (it) in the water
t Ki. 4. 33 the hyssop that springeth out of the wall
Psa. 51. 7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean
2. Hyssop, uffffcairos hussfipos.
.lohiiig. 29 a sponge with vinegar, and put (it) upon h.
Heb. 9. ighetook. .hyssop, and sprinkled., the book



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