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MAACHAH - MA-A -CHAH, (MA-A -CAH.2 : depression
1. Son of Xahor, Abraham s brother, by Reumah a
concubine. B.C. iS6o.
Gen. 22. 24 his concubine, .bare also Tebah. .and M.
2. One of David s wives, and mother of Absalom. B C.
1060.
2 Sa 3 3 Absalom, the son of M. the daughter of T.
1 Ch. 3. 2 Absalom the son of M. the daughter of T.
3. A district and city of Syria, iu Manasseh, E. of Jordan.
2 Sa. 10. 8 Ish-tob, and M., (were) by themselves in
1 Ch 19. 6 to hire them chariots, .out of Syria-M.
19. 7 So they hired . . the king of M. and his pe.
4 \ king of Maachah. B.C. 1060.
2 Sa. 10. 6 sent and hired, .of king M. a thousand
5. The father of Achish king of Gath in Solomon s time.
B.C. 1038.
i Ki. 2. 39 ran away unto Achish son of M. king of O.
6. The wife of Rehoboam and mother of Abijah kin?f
of Judah. B.C. 1000.
1 Ki 15 2 his mother s name (was) M., the daughter
2 Ch ii 20 after her he took M. the daughter of Ab.
ii. 21 Rehoboam loved M. the daughter of A!>.
ii. 22 Rehoboam made Abijah the son of M. the
7. The mother of Asa king of Judah. B.C. 960.
1 Ki 15. 10 his mother s name (was)M., the daughter
15 13 also M. his mother, even her he removed
2 Ch.is- 16 (concerning) M. the mother of Asa the king
8. Concubine of Caleb the son of Hezron. B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 2. 48 M., Caleb s concubine, bare Sheber, anil
9. A woman of Benjamin, married to Machir, son of
Manasseh. B.C. 1630.
i Ch 7 15 whose sister s name (was) M. ; and the name
7 . 16 M. the wife of Machir bare a son, and she.
10. Wife of Jehiel the father or founder of Gibeon.
B.C. 1250.
i Ch. 8. 29 father of Gibeon ; whose wife s name . . M.
9. 35 dwelt. .Jehiel, whose wife s name. .M.
11. The father of Hanun, one of David s warriors. B.C.
1048.
i Ch.n. 43 Hanun, the son of M., and Joshaphat the
12. The father of Shephatiah, who ruled the Simeonits
in David s time. B.C. 1038.
i Ch.27. 16 the Simeoaites; Shephatiah the son of M.
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MAACHATHI 626 MADE

MA-A-CHA-THITES, njty?, n;y,!?.
Patronymic of the inhabitants of Maachah or Maachath,
near Mount Hermon, at the W. slope of South Antilebanus.
Maachatki in Deut. 3. 14.
Deut. 3. 14 Argob unto the coasts of Geshuri and M.
Josh.i2. 5 the border of the Geshurites, and the M.
13. u and the border of the Geshurites and M.
13. 13 expelled not. .the M.; but. .the M. dwell
2 Sa. 23. 34 Ahasbai, the son of theM., Kliam the son
2 Ki.25. 23 Jauzaniah the son of a M., they and their
i Ch. 4. 19 .N aham, the father of . .Eshtemoa the M.
Jer. 40. 8 Jezaniah the son of a M., they and their

MA A DAI. ^y..? Jah is ornament.
One who had taken a strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 34 Of tlie sons of Bani ; M., Amram, and Uel

MA-AD-I AH, n;nyj Jah is ornament.
A priest who returned from Babylou with Zerubbabel.
B.C. 538.
Neh. 12. 5 Miainini, M., Bilgah

MA -AI, i O Jah is compassionate.
One of the priests who purified the people after their
return from Babylon. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 36 his brethren.. Milalai, Gilalai, M., Neth.

MA-A LEH AC-RAB -BIM, C 3-ipy n^jp. An acclivity on the S. border of Judah, between Kedish
and the Salt Sea, with a bend toward the East.
Josh 15. 3 it went out to the south side to M.-A., and

MA-A -RATH, rnyp bare place.
A city in the hill country of Judah near Beth-anon ; no
Uminan.
Josh. 1 5. 59 M., and Beth-anoth, and Eltekon ; six
MA A -SE -IAH, -n;^?, n;^? work of Jah.

MAASEIAH - MA A -SE -IAH, work of Jah.
1. A Levite appointed for the service of praise. B.C
1015.
1 Ch.if. iS with them their brethren.. M., and Matt
. 15. 20 Eliab, and M , and Benaiah, with psalter
2. One of the captains who assisted in setting Joash on
the throne of Judah. B.C. 878.
2 Ch.23. i M. the son of Adaiah, and Elishaphat the
3. An officer of king Uzziah. B.C. 810.
2 Ch.26. it hand of Jeiel the scribe, andM. the rule
4. Son of Ahaz, king of Judah. B.C. 741.
2 Ch.zS. 7 slew M. the king s son, and Azrikam tht
5. The governor of Jerusalem in Josiah s reign. B.C
640.
2 Ch-34. 8 M. the governor of the city, and Joah the
6. A priest who had taken a strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 18 M., and Eliezer, and Jarib, and Gedalial.
7. A priest of the family of Harim, who had taken a
strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 21 M., and Elijah, and Shemaiah, and Jehie.
8. A priest, family of Pashur, who had taken a strance
wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 22 M., Ishmael, Nethanel, Jozabad, and El.
9. One who had taken a strange wife of the family
of Pahath-Moab. B.C. 486.
Ezra 10. 30 M., Mattaniah, Bozaleel, and Binnui, and
10. Father of Azariah who repaired part of the wall ol
Jerusalem. B.C. 470.
Neh. 3. 23 After him repaired Azariah the son of M.
11. A priest who stood beside Ezra while he read the
law. B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 4 M., on his right hand; and on hisleft hand
12. A priest who explained the law read by Ezra. Per
haps the same with No. u.
Neh. 8. 7 M., Kelita, Azariah, Jozabad, Hanan, Pe.
}3. One who sealed the covenant made by Nehemiah
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 25 Rehum, Hashabnah, M.
14. A descendant of Pharez, dwelling in Jerusalem after
the captivity. B.C. 445.
Neh. ii. 5 M. the son of Baruch.the son of Col-hozeh
15. A Benjamite whose descendants dwelt in Jerusalem
after the captivity. B.C. 445.
Neh. n. 7 the son of M., the son of Ithiel, the son of
1C. A priest who assisted at the purification of the wall
Perhaps the same with No. n.
Neh. 12. 41 M., Miniamin, Michaiah, Elioenai, Zech.
17. Another priest who took part in the above ceremony
B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 42 M., and Shemaiah, and Eleazar, and Uzzi
18. A priest whose son was sent by king Zedekiah to
inquire of the Lord. B.C. 680.
Jer. 21. i and Zephaniah the son of M. the priest
29. 35 Zephaniah the son of M. the priest, and
37. 3 and Zephaniah the son of M. the priest
19. The father 6f a false prophet during the Babylonish
captivity. B.C. 638.
Jer. 29. 21 of Ahab. .and of Zedekiah the son of M.
20. An officer of the temple in Jehoiakim s reign. B C.
60j.
Jer. 3S . 4 above the chamber of M. the son of Shal.

MAA-SE -IAH, .TCI?? Jah w a refuge. The grandfather of Baruch, Jeremiah's amanuensis and
messenger. B.C. 650.
Jer. 32. 12 Baruch the son of Neriah, the son of M.
5 - 59 Seraimh the son of Neriah, the son of M.
MA-A ST-AI, fy? work of Jah.
An Aaronite whose family dwelt in Jerusalem after
the captivity. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 9. 12 M. the son of Adiel, the son of Jahzerah

MA -ATH, Made.
An ancestor of Jesus, through Mary.
Luke 3 . 26 Which was (the son) of M., which was (the

MA AZ. j-y? counsellor.
A son of Ram, the eldest son of Jerahmeel, great grand
son of Judah. B.C. 1470.
i Ch. 2. 27 the sons of Ram . . were M., and Jamin, and
MA-AZ I AH, ?.i;iy?, .T|y? strength of Jah.
1. A Driest to whom the charges of the sanctuary were
assigned by lot in the days ol David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.24. 18 to Delaiah, the four and twentieth to M.
2. A priest or family of priests that sealed the covenant
made by Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 8 M., Bilgai, Shemaiah : these (were) the p.
MA-CE-DO-NI-A, Macedonian, MaxtSovia, MaKf&uv.
A region N. of Greece proper, having Thessaly and
Epirus on the S., Thrace and the ^Egean Sea on the E
the Adriatic and Illyria on the W., and Dardania and Masia on the N. The towns were Amphipolis, Apollonia,
Berea, Philippi, and Thessalonica. The Romans
divided the whole country S. of the valley of the Danube
into Illyricum, Achaia, and Macedonia, which included
i In ssaly. In Macedonia proper are Amphipolis, Bertea,
Philippi, Thessalonica, and Apollonia.
Acts 16. 9 M., and prayed him. .Come over into M.
16. 10 we endeavoured to go into M., assuredly
1 6. 12 which is the chief city of that part of M.
1 8. 5 Silas and Timotheus were come from M.
19. 21 when he had passed through M. and Ac.
19 22 sent into M. two of them that ministered
19. 29 caught Gaius and Aristarchus, men of M.
20. i and departed for to go into M.
20. 3 he purposed to return through M.
27. 2 a M. of Thessalonica, being with us
Rom 15. 26 it hath pleased them of M. and Achaia
i Co. 16. 5 pass through M. : for I do pass through M.
a Co. i. 16 by you into M.. .to come again out of M.
2. 13 leave of them, I went from thence into M.
7. 5 when we were come into M., our flesh had
8. i grace of God bestowed on . . churches of M.
9. 2 I boast of you to them of M., that Achaia
9. 4 if they of M. come with me, and find you
it. 9 the brethren which came from M. supplied
Phil. 4. 15 I departed from M., no churches coiuniu.
i Th. i. 7 to all that believe in M. and Achaia
i. 8 word of the Lord not only in M. and Ach.
4. 10 all the brethren which are in all M. : but
i Ti. i. 3 abide still at Ephesus, when I went into M.
MACH-BAN -AI, 33?? thick.
A Gadite warrior who joined David in Ziklag. B.C. 1058.
i Ch 12. 13 Jeremiah the tenth, M. the eleventh
MACH-BE -NAH, N;?;:? knob, lump.
Patronymic of a descendant of Caleb the son of Jephunneh
; comp. Cobbon, Josh. 15. 40.
i Ch. 2. 49 the father of M., and the father of Gibea
MA -CHI, ?.
A Gadite, the father of Geuel whom Moses sent to spy
out the land. B.C. 1520.
Num 13. 15 Of the tribe of Gad Geuel the son of M.
MA -CHLR, -r?5 salesman.
1. Son of Manasseh. B.C. 1635.
Gen. 50. 23 children also of M. the son of Manasseh Num 26. 29 M., the family of the Mac-Writes: and M.
27. i the son of M., the son of Manasseh, of the
32. 39 the children of M. the son of Manasseh
32. 40 gave Gilead unto M. the son of Manasseh
36. i the son of M., the son of Manasseh, of the
Deut. 3. 15 And I gave Gilead unto M.
Josh. 1 3. 3! the children of M. the son of Manasseh
13. 31 of the children of M. by their families
17. i M., the first born of Manasseh, the father
17.3 Gilead, the son of M. , the son of Manasseh
Judg. 5- 14 out of M. came down governors, and out
1 Ch. 2. 21 the daughter of M. the father of Gilead
2. 23 to) the sons of M., the father of Gilead
7. 14 the Aramitessbare M. the father of Gilead
7. 15 M. took to wife (the sister) of Huppim and
7. 16 the wife of M. bare a son, and she called
7. 17 Gilead, the sou of M., the son of Manasseh
2. A Manassite, living near Mahanaim in the days of
David. B.C. 1040.
2 Sa. 9. 4, 5 the house of M., the son of Ammiel
1 7. 27 and M. the son of Ammiel of Lo-debar, and
MA-CHIR-ITES, T?S Descendants of the preceding.
Nuni26. 29 of Machir, the family of the M. : and M.
lACH-NAD-E -BAI, Si;?? gift of the noble one. A Jew who had taken a strange wife during or after the
aptivity. B.C. 445.
Ezra 10. 40 M., Shashai, Sharai
MACH-PE -LAH, A ,1^533 winding, spiral form. field before Mamre in Hebron with a cave bought for
a burying place by Abraham from Ephron the Hittite.
Gen. 23. 9 he may give me the cave of M., which he
23. 17 the field of Ephron, which (was) in M.
23. 19 the cave of the field of M. before Mamre
55. 9 Ishmael buried him in the cave of M.. in
49. 30 In the cave that (is) in the field of M.
50. 13 buried him in the cave of the field of M.
MAD
\. To pretend to be feeble, nn^> lahah, 7
Prov. 26. 1 8 As a mad (man), who casteth fire brands
2. To be mad, erring, yyy shaga, 4.
Deut 28. 34 So that thou shall be mad for the sight
2 Ki. 9. ii wherefore came this mad (fellow) to Ihee?
Jer. 29. 26 for every man (that is) mad, ana maketh
Uos. 9. 7 the spiritual man (is) mad, for the mult.
3. Madness, ^avia. mania.
Acts a6. 25 I am not mad, most noble Festus ; but sp.
MAD, to be or feign self
1. To be foolish, to shine, V^n halal.
Keel. 2. 2 I said of laughter, (It is) mad ; and of m.
2. To show selffoolish, SSrt halal, la.
i Sa. 21. 13 feigned himself mad in their hands, and
Jer. 25. 16 shall drink, and be moved, and be mad
50. 38 images, and they are mad upon (their) id.
51. 7 drunken, .therefore the nations are mad
3. To show self mad or erring, yiy shami, 7.
i Sa. 21. 14 Lo, ye see the man is mad : "wherefore
4. To be furious, raving, mad, fioi vo^a.i mainornai.
Johnio. 20 He hath a devil, and is mad ; why hear ye
Acts 12. 15 And they said unto her, Thou art mad. B.
26. 25 I am not mad, most noble Festus ; hutsp.
i Co. 14. 23 come in . .will they not say that ye are m.?
MAD against, to be
1. To act foolishly, S"?rr halal, 3a.
Psa.io2. 8 they that are mad against me are sworn
2.7*0 be furious or mad with any one, fu.^aivop.a.1.
Acts 26. ii being exceedingly mad against them, I.
MAT), to make
1.7*0 act foolishly, make foolish, ^n halal, 3a.
Eccl. 7. 7 Surely oppression maketh a wise man m.
Isa. 44. 25 maketh diviners mad ; that turneth wise
2. To turn round into madness, irfpiTpttru fls ^aviav.
Acts 26. 24 Paul., much learning doth make thee mad
MA -DAI, n3 middle.
A son of Japheth, B.C. 2320, whose descendants (Medes)
lived in Media, the region S. of the Caspian Sea, having
Hyrcania and Parthia on the E., Persia and Susiana c:i
the S., Assyria and Armenia on the W.
Gen. 10. 2 M., and Javan, and Tubal, and Mesheth
i Cb, i. 5 M., and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech
MADE
Make, njry asah [v.L. 1^7 asar].
i Ki. 22 48 Jehoshaphat made ships ot Tharshish to
MADE, to be
1. To be borne, brought forth, S--, "?;n chul, chil, 46.
Job 15. 7 (Art) thou the lirst..or wast thou made
2. To be given, jnj nathan, 2.
Isa. 51. 12 son of man (which) shall be made (as) gr.
3. To be destroyed, IJK abad, 2.
Ezra 4. 19 rebellion and sedition have been made
6. ii let his house be made a dunghill for this
4. To be made, riyy asah, 2.
Exod:5 . 31 beaten work shall the candlestick be made
Lev. 2. 7 oblation., shall be made (of) fine flourwith
2. 8 bring the meat offering that is made of
2. ii No meat offering, .shall be made with le.
6. 21 In a pan it shall be made with oil..bakeu
13. 51 spread, .in any work that is made of skin
Num. 4. 26 all that is made for them : so shall they
6. 4 shall he eat nothing that is made of the
1 Ki. 10. 20 there was not the like made in any king.
2 Ki. 12. 13 there was not madeforthe houseof the L.
2 Ch. 9. 19 there was not the like made in any king.
Psa. 33. 6 were the heavens made ; and all the host
5. To be made, ."vy- asah, 4.
Psa.i39. 15 when I was made in secret, .curiously w.
6. To set, D y, C--B> sum, sim.
2 Sa. 15. 40 that I were made judge in the land, that
Ezra 5. 17 that a decree was made of Cyrus the king
7. To be set, Ww sum, 2.
Dan. 2. 5 and your houses shall be made a dunghill
8. 7*0 be made like, appointed, ny? shevah, 4.
Dan. 3. 29 their houses shall be inade a dunghill
9.7*0 beget, bring forth, ytvvaw gennaS.
2 Pe. 2. 12 But these, .[made] to be taken and destr.
10. 7"o become, begin to be, yivojjMi ginomai.
Matt. 4. 3 command that these stones be made bread
0. 16 taketh from the garment, and the rent is
23. 15 when he is made, ye make him twofold
25. 6 And at midnight there was a cry made
27. 24 but. .rather a tumult was made, he took
Mark 2. 21 away from the old, and the rent is made
2. 27 The sabbath was made for man. and not
14. 4 Why wasthiswasteoftheointnieiitruade?
Luke 4. 3 command this stone that it be made bread
8. 17 nothing is secret that shall not be made
14. 12 bid thee again, and a recompense he made
23. 12 Pilate and Herod were made friends tog.
23. 19 Who for a certain sedition made in the city John i. 3 All things were made by him ; and with.
1. 3 was not any thing made that was made
i 10 the world was made by him, and the wo.
1. 14 the Word was made flesh, and dwelt am.
2. 9 had tasted the water that was made wine
5. 4 [was made whole of whatsoever disease]
MADE 627 MAHANAIM
John 5. 6 saith unto him, Wilt thou be made whole?
5. 9 immediately the man was made whole, and
5. 14 Behold, thou art nmdr whole: sin no more
8. 33 how gayest thou, Ve shall he made free?
9. 39 that they which see mJKhtbe made blind
Acts 7. 13 Joseph s kindred was made known unto
12. 5 prayer was made without ceasing of the
13 32 how that the promise which was made
14. 5 when there was an assault made both of
19. 26 they be no gods which are made with ha.
21. 40 when there was made a great silence, he
26. 6 the promise made of God unto our fathers
fioni. i. 3 which was made of the seed of David aec.
2. 25 thy circumcision is made uncircumcision
7. 13 Was then that which is good made death
10. 20 I was made manifest unto them that asked
11. 9 Let their table be made a snare, and a t.
i Co. i. 30 who of God is made unto us wisdom, and
3. 13 Every man s work shall he made manifest
4. 9 we are made a spectacle unto the world
4. 13 we are made as the filth of the world, (and)
7. 21 if thou mayest be made free, use (it) ra.
9. 22 I am made all things to all (men), that I
ii. 19 approved may be made manifest among
14. 25 thus are the secrets of liis heart made in.
15. 45 The first man Adam was made a living
a Co. 5. 21 that we might be made the righteousness
<*al. 3. 13 Christ hath redeemed us. .being made a
4. 4 Son, made of a woman, made under the
Eph. 2. 13 ye. .are made nigh by the blood of Christ
3. 7 Whereof I was made aminister, according
Phil. 2. 7 took . . and was made in the likeness of men
Col. i. 23 gospel, .whereof I Paul am made a miu
i. 25 Whereof I am made a minister, according
Titus 3. 7 we shouldbe made heirs according to the
Hob. i. 4 Being made so much better than the an.
3. 14 For we are made partakers of Christ, if
5. 5 Christ glorified not himself to be made
<;. 4 and were made partakers of the Holy G
6. 20 made an high priest for ever, after the
7. 12 there is made of necessity a change also
7. 16 Who is made, not after the law of a car.
7. 21 For those priests were made without an
7. 22 By so much was Jesus made a surety of
7. 26 au high priest, .made higher than the h.
ii. 3 were not made of things which do appear
Jas. 3. 9 which are made after the similitude of G.
i Pe. 2. 7 the same is made the head of the corner
11. To be, tlvai eiiiai.
Acts 16. 13 where prayer was wont to be made : and
12-To lay, be laid, Ki~tfj.cu keimai
i Ti. i. 9 the law is not made for a righteous man
[See also Almonds, appear, atonement, bald, better,
breach, bring forth, broad, cedars, clean, confession,
conformable, desolate, drunk, fat, gazingstock, glorious,
inquisition, king, like, low, mention, naked, partition,
plain, possess, reckoning, red, search, serve, slaughter,
straight, strong, sure, sweet, thin, unclean, white,
whole].
MADE of, that is
Vessel, instrument, 73 keli.
\uni3i. 20 all that is made of skins, and all work of
HADE, thing
1. Work, "i^K^? melakah.
Lev. 13. 48 in a skin, or in any thing made of skin
1. Deed, work, nyys maaseh.
1 Ch. 9. 31 the things that were made in the pans
Psa. 45. i I speak of the things which I have made
3. Anything mo.de, iroi rjjtta poiema.
Rom. i. 20 being understood by the things that are m.
MADE ready to hand
Heady, prepared, eYoi/xos hetoimos.
2 Co. 10. 16 line of things made ready to our hand
MADE with or -without hands, not
Not made with hands. axfipoTroir)Tosacheiropoietos.
AIarki4. 58 I will build another made without hands
2 Co. 5. i an house not made with hands, eternal
Col. 2. ii with the circumcision made without ha.
MADE up, to be
A healing (scar) went up on, ~O~is nn1
?^ [aruka/i].
Neh 4 7 that the walls of Jerusalem were made up
MADIAN. Ma5ia/ii. See Alidian.
Acts 7. 29 was a stranger in the land of M., where lie
MAD MAN, (to play the)
1 . To be mad or erring, yyy shaga, 4.
i Sa. 21. 15 Have I need of mad men, that ye have
2. To show self mad or erring, yvf shaga, 7.
i Sa. 21. 15 to play the mad man in my presence?
MAD-MAN -NAH, nj?-i? heap.
1. A city of Jutiah, near Ziklug. Same as El-Minyay,
tiiteen miles from Gaza.
Josh. 15. 31 And Ziklag, and M., and Sansanuah
2. Patronymic of a son of Caleb the son of Jephunneh.
i Ch. 2. 49 She bare also Shaaph the father of M.
MAD -MEN, jai5 heap. A city of Moab", whose destruction was foretold by Jere
miah. B.C. 628-586.
Jer. 48. 2 thou shalt be cut down, M.; the sword
MAD-ME -NAH, ^5-17 heap. A city of Benjamin, near Jerusalem.
Isa. 10. 31 M. is removed ; the inhabitants of Gebim
MADNESS -
1. foolishness, madness, boasting, fi^n holelah.
Eccl. i. 17 I gave my heart to know , madness and
2. 12 to behold wisdom, and madnexs, and folly
7. 25 of folly, even of foolishness (and) madness
9. 3 madness (is) in their heart while they live
2. Foolishness, madness, boasting, rnSVn holeluth.
Eccl. 10. 13 the end of his talk (is) mischievous mad.
3. Madness, erring, jivje* sJtiggaon.
Deut28. 28 LORD shall smite thee with n.adness, and
Zechi2. 4 I will smite., his rider with madness; and
4. Want of thought or sense, &VQIO, anoia.
Luke 6. ii they were filled with madness; and com.
5. Wrong mindedness, irapctypovia paraphronia.
2 Pe. 2. 16 dumb ass.. forbade the madness of the pr.
MA -DON, jnp district of the dan.
A Canaanitish city in the X. of the Holy Land.
Josh ii. i he sent to Jonah king of M., and to the
ii. 19 The king of -M., one; the king of Hazor
MAG -BISH, tr a::? a fortress.
A place named with Bethel, Ai, Ac.
Ezra 2. 30 children of M., an hundred fifty and six
MAG-DA -LA, Mo75aAct, MayaSdvn tower, greatness.
A city of Galilee, S.W. of the Sea of Tiberias; the same
with Dalmanutha, or near it ; comp. Mark 8. 10. Now
a small village called Mcjdel, three miles N. of
Tiberias.
Matt 15 39 took ship, and came into the coastsof [M.]
MAG-DA-LE -NE, McrySaArji/Jj.
A woman of Magdala, called Mary.
Matt 27. 56 Among which was Mary M., and Mary the
27. bi And there was Mary M., and the other M.
28. i the first (day) of the week, came Mary M .
s. 40 among whom. .Mary M., and Mary the m.
15. 47 And Mary M. and Mary (the mother) of J.
16. i Mary M., and Mary the (mother) of James
16. 9 [he appeared first to Mary AI., out of w.]
Luke 8. 2 Mary called M., out of whom went seven
24. u It was Mary M., and Joanna, and Mary
Johnig. 25 Mary the (wife) of Cleophas. and Mary M.
20. i first (day) of the week cometh Mary M.
20. 1 8 Mary M. came and told the disciples that
MAG-DI -EL, SK")?? God is renowned.
A duke of Kdom. B.C. 1450.
Gen. 36. 43 Duke M., duke Irani: these (be) the dukes
i Ch. i. 54 Duke M., duke Irani. These (are) the dukes
MAGICIAN
1. Scribes, magicians, D SOid charlummim.
Gen. 41. 8 sent and called for all the magicians of E.
41. 24 And 1 told (this) unto the magicians ; but
Exod. 7. ii the magicians of Egypt, they also did in
7. 22 the magicians of .Egypt did so with their
8. 7, 18 the magicians did so with their ench.
8. 19 the magicians said unto Pharaoh, This (is)
9. ii the magicians could not stand before M.
9. ii the boil was upon the magicians, and upon
Dan. i. 20 ten times better than all the magicians
2. 2 the king commanded to call the magicians
2. Scribe, magician, coin chartom.
Dan. 2. 10 asked such things at any magician, or as.
2. 27 the astrologers, the magicians, the sooth.
4. 7 the magicians, the astrologers, the dial.
4. 9 O Belteshazzar master of the magicians
5. 1 1 of the magicians astrologers, Chaldeans
MAGISTRATE
\.A judge, -magistrate, EE^ shaphct.
Ezra 7. 25 set magistrates and judges, which may j.
2. To possess restraint, i^y BH; ya-iash etser.
Judg 18. 7 no magistrate in the laud, that might put
3. Ruler, the first, foremost, apxil arche.
Lukei2. ii when they bring you unto, magistrates
4.A ruler, &pxo> archon.
Lukei2. 58 thou goest with .. adversary to the magi.
5. Leader of a host, orparriyos strategos.
Acts 16. 20 brought them to the magistrates, saying
16. 22 the magistrates lent off their clothes, and
15. 35 the magistrates sent the Serjeants, saying
16. 36 The magistrates have sent to let you go
16. 38 Serjeants told these words unto the mag.
MAGISTRATES, to obey
To be obedient to rulers, irti6a.px.fu peitharcheo.
Titus 3. i to obey magistrates, to be ready to every
MAGNIFICAL
To make great, *"ni gadal, 5.
1 Ch.22. 5 house, .(must be) exceeding magnificat
MAGNIFICENCE
(Jreatncss, /j.tya\(t6T-ris megalciotes.
Acts iq. 27 and her magnificence should be destroyed
MAGNIFIED, to be
1. To be or become great, V]3 gadal.
2 Sa. 7. 26 let thy name be magnified for ever, say.
i Ch.i7. 24 that thy name may be magnified for ever
Psa. 35. 27 Let the LORD be magnified, which hath
40. 1 6 let such, .say continually, The LORD be
70. 4 let such . . say continually, Let God be ma.
Zech 12. 7 do not magnify (themselves) against Ju.
Mai. i. 5 The Loi.u will be magnified from the bor.
2. To be lifted vp, K^ nasa, 2.
2 Ch.32. 23 so that he was magnified in the sight of
MAGNIFY, to
1.7*0 magnify, Vi| gadal, 3.
Josh. 3. 7 This day will I begin to magnify thee in
4. 14 On that day the LORD magnified Joshua
i Ch.29. 25 the LORD magnified Solomon exceedingly
2th. i. i hisGod(was) with him, ami magnified him
Job 7. 17 What (is) man, that thou shuiildest mag.
Psa. 34. 3 O magnify the LORD with me, and let us
69. 30 and will magnify him with thanksgiving
2. To make great, Via gadal, 5.
Gen. 19. 19 thou hast magnified thymercy, which thou
Job 19. 5 If indeed ye will magnify, .against me, and
Psa. 35. 26 clothed with shame and dishonour that m.
38. 16 when my footslippeth, they magnify, .ag.
55. 12 neither, .he that hated me. .did magnify
138. 2 thou hast magnified thy word above all
lea. 42. 21 he will magnify the law, and make (it)h.
Jer. 48.26 .\Iakeyehimdrunken;forhemagnified(h.)
48. 42 because he hath magnified . .against the L.
Lam. i. 90 LORD, behold .. for the enemy hath ma.
Dan, 8. n Yea, he magnified, .even to the prince of
8. 25 he shall magnify . in his heart, and by pe.
Zeph. 2. 8, 10 have reproached, .and magnified, .aga.
3. To make great, magnify, increase, KJ^ saga, 5.
Job 36. 24 Remember that thou magnify his work, w.
4. To make honourable or glorious, 8"{ao> doxazS.
Rom ii. 13 apostle of the Gentiles, I magnify mine
5. To make great, fj.tya\vvu megahin<~>.
Luke i. 46 Mary said, My soul doth magnify the L.
Acts 5 13 durst no man. .but the people magnified
10. 46 them speak with tongues, and magnify G.
19. 17 the name of the Lord Jesus was magnified
Phil. i. 20 also Christ shall be magnified in my body
MAGNIFY self, to
To make self great, Via gadal, 7.
Isa. 10. 15 shall the saw magnify itself against him
Eze. 38. 23 Thus will I magnify myself, and sanctify
Dan. ii. 36 magnify himself above every god, and sh.
11. 37 for he shall magnify himself above all
MA -GOG, Ji:?, Maydy.
1. The second son of Japheth. B.C. 2340.
Gen. 10. 2 M.,andMadai,andJavan,andTubal,and
i Ch. i. 5 M.,andMadai,and Javan, andTubal, and
2. The descendants of Magog and their land, called
Scythia, in the X. of Asia and Europe.
Eze. 38. 2 set thy face against Gog, the land of M.
39. 6 I will send a fire on M., and among them
Rev. 20. 8 Gog and M., to gather them together to
MA-GOR MIS-SA -BLB, 3 :;>p Ti;5 terror is about.
A symbolic name of Pashur. B.C. 600.
Jer. 20. 3 hath not called thy name Pashur, but M.
MAG-PI -ASH, i?V 5JO collector ofa cluster of stars,
A. person or family in the time of Xehemiah. B.C. 445.
Xeh.io ;o M., Meshullam, Hezir.
MAGUS, Ma-yos, Mayian. Acts 13. 6. 8.
MA-HA -LAH, nVnp tenderness, mildness.
Great grandson of Manasseh, through Hammoleketh
B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 7. 1 8 sister Hammoleketh bare. .Abiezer, andM.
MA-HA-LAX -EEL, Vx^np God is splendour.
1. Son of Cainan the grandson of Seth. B. C. 3609-2714.
Gen 5. 12 Cainan lived seventy years, and begat M.
5. 13 Cainan lived after he begat M. eight hun.
5. 15 M. lived sixty and five years, and begat .!.
5. 16 M. lived after he begat Jared eight hund.
5. 17 all the days of M. were eight hundred ui.
1 Ch. i. 2 Kenan, M., Jered
2. One whose descendants dwelt in Jerusalem after the
captivity. B.C. 566.
Xeh.n. 4 Shephatiah, the son of M., of the children
MA-HA -LATH, nSqs mild.
1. A daughter of Ishmael, and one of Esau s wives.
B.C. 1760.
Gen. 28. 9 took unto the wives which he had M. the
2. A grand-daughter of David, and wife of Rehoboara.
2 Ch. n. 18 Rehoboam took him M. the daughter of J.
3. A musical choir. (See Leannoth.)
Psa. 5?. title. To the chief musician upon M.. M.i-i-hil
88. ,. to the chief musician upon M. Leannoth
MAHALI. See MAHU.
MA-HA-NA -IM, c- ;ns two camps.
A town E. of Jordan S. of the Jabbok, so named by
Jacob ; afterwards a Levitical city of Gad. On the
upper course of the Wady-Jabes, X. of Tibni, are rivers
called Mahaneh.
Gen. 32. 2 and he called the name of that place M.
Josh 13. 26 and from M. unto the border of Debir
13. 30 their coast was from M., all Bashau, all
21. 38 city of refuge for the slayer; and M. with
2 Sa. 2. 8 Abner. .son of Xer. .brought him. .to M
2. 12 Abner the son of Xer. .went out from M.
2. 29 through all Bithron, and they came to M.
17. 24 Then David came to M. And Absalom pa.
17.27 came to pass, when David was come to >! .
19. 32 provided, .sustenance while he lay at M.
i Ki. 2. 8 cursed me. .in the day when I went to M.
4. 14 Ahinadab the son of Iddo (had) M.
i Ch. 6. 80 Ramoth in Gilead . .and M. with her sub.
MAHANEH DAN 628 MAKE
JIA-HA -NEH DAN, jyniTO camp of /Jan.
A place in Judah, W. of kirjath-jearim.
Judg.iS. 12 they called that place M.D. unto this day
MA-HA -BAI, "3? hasty.
One of David s warriors. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 28 Zalni inthe Ahohite, M. the Netophathite
i Ch.ii. 30 M. the Netophathite, llelrd tin- son of B.
27. 13 The tenth (captain), .(was) M. the Netop.
MA -HATH. rr? dissolution.
1. A descendant of Kohath the son of Levi. B.C. 1380.
1 Oh. 6. 35 the son of Elkanah, the son of M., the sou
2 Ch.29. 12 Then the Levites arose, M. the son of Am.
2. A Levite, overseer of the dedicated things in Hezekiah
s reign. B.C. 726 ; or perhaps the same as No i.
2 Ch-3i. 13 M., and Benaiuh, (were) overseers under
MA-HA VITE, ="!q?.
Patronymic of Eliel, one of David s warriors. Locality
unknown.
i ch.i i. 46 Eliel the M., and Jeribai and Joshaviah
MA-HA-ZI -OTH, niK m? visions.
One of the sons of Heman, set over the service of song
in David s reign. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.25. 4 Of Heman. .Mallothi, Hothir, (and) M.
25. 30 The three and twentieth to M., (he), his
MA -HER SHA -LAL HASH BAZ, 13 C*n ty? inj.
Symbolical name given to a son of Isaiah, signifying
"hasten the spoil, rush ou the prey." B.C. 741.
Isa. 8. i Take, .and write in it. .concerning M.
8. 3 Then said the LOUD to me, Call his name M.
XAH -LAH, ttflQ mildness.
The eldest daughter of Zelophehad, descended from
Manasseh, and allowed a portion in the land because
her father left no male issue. B.C. 1452.
Nuni26. 33 the names, .(were) M., and Noah, Hoglah
27. i these (are) the names of his daughters; M.
36. ii For M.. Tirzah. and Hoglah, and Mileah
Josh. 1 7. 3 these (are) the names of his daughters, M.
HAH -LI. ^ntj mild. (In Ex. 6. 19 some editions Mahali.)
1. Son of Merari, son cf Levi. B.C. 1490.
Exod.6. 19 sons of Merari ; M. and Mushi : these (are)
Num. 3. 20 sous of Merari by their families; M., and
i Ch. 6. 19 sonsof Merari ; M., and Mushi. And these
6. 29 sons of Merari ; M., Libui his son, Shiniei
33. 21 M. and Mushi. The sons of M. ; Eleazar
24. 26 sons of Merari (were) M. and Mushi : the
24. 28 Of M. (came) Eleazar, who had no sons
Ezra 8. 18 of the sons of M., the son of Levi, the son
2. Son of Mushi the son of Merari. B.C. 1015.
i Ch. 6. 47 The son of M., the son of Mushi, the son
23. 23 sons of Mushi ; M., and Eder, and Jereni.
24. 30 sons also of Mushi ; M., and Eder, and J.
HAH-LITES, ^rr.
Descendants of Mahli the son of Merari.
Num. 3. 33 Of Merari (was) the family of the M , and
26. 58 family of the M.. the family 01 the Mus.
MAH -LON, p*T5 mild.
Elder son of Naomi, and first husband of Ruth.
B.C 1312
Kuth i. 2 the name of his two sons M. and Chilion
1. 5 M. and Chilion died also both of them
4. 9 bought .all that (was) Chilion s and M. s
4. 10 Ruth the Moabitess, the wife of M., have
MA -HOL, Vin,p dancer.
The father of certain men renowned for wisdom in
Solomon s time. B.C. 1000
1 Ki. 4. 31 For he was wiser than.,the sons of M. : and
MAID, MAIDEN
\.Handmaid, .Tpx amah.
(ten. 30. 3 Behold my maid Billiah, go in unto her
Exod. 2. 5 when she saw . .she sent her maid to fetch
21. 20 if a man smite, .his maid, with a rod, and
21. 26 if a man smite, .the eye of his maid, that
Lev. 25. 6 for thy servant, and for thy maid, and for i
Ezra 2. 65 Besides their servants and their maids, of
Job 19. 15 my maids, count me fora stranger : I am
Nan. 2. 7 her maids shall lead . . as with the voice of
2.A virgin, nSin3 bethulah.
Kxod22. 16 if a man entice a maid thLt is not betro.
Judgio. 24 Behold, .my daughter, a maiden, and his
2 Ch-36. 17 no compassion upon young man or maiden
Job 31. i eyes ; why then should I think upon am.?
Psa. 78. 63 their maidens were not given to marriage
148. 12 Both young men and maidens ; old men
Jer. a. 32 Can a maid forget her ornaments, (or) a
51. 22 will I break, .the young man and the m.
Lam. 5. ii They ravished, .the maids in the cities of
E/e. 9. 6 both maids, and little children, and wo.
44. 22 they shall take maidens of the seed of
Zech. 9. 17 make, .cheerful, and new wine the maids
3. Marks <]f virginity, D %!
?in3 M.hv.lim.
Deut^2. 14 when I came to her I found her not a m.
22. 17 saying, I found not thy daughter a maid
4/1 mtiid, maiden, rnjfj naarah.
Kxod. 2. 5 and her maidens walked along by the
Ruth 2. 8 Go not. .but abide here fast by my maid.
2. 22 that thou go out with his maidens, that
2. 23 So she kept fast by the maidens of Boaz
3. 2 (is) not Boaz. .with whose maidens thou
i Sa. Q. i z they found young maidens going out to
3 Ki 5. 2 had brought away captive . .a little maid
Job 41. 5 tii win MM MI i)i JIM nun iui ui> Minium.-.:
Prov. 9. 3 She hath sent forth tier maidens: sheeri.
27. 27 and . .the maintenance for thy maidens
31. 15 She riseth.. and giveth.. a portion to her in.
Amos 2. 7 will go in unto the. .maid, to profane
5.A young woman, virgin, n.?7j; ulmah.
Exod 2. 8 the maid went and called the child s mo.
I r \ .
.
. 19 the sea, and the way of a man with a m.
6. A maid, servant, ifjjpf tkiphchuk,
Gen. 16. 2 I pray thee, go in unto my maid ; it may
16. 3 Sarai, Abram s wife, took Hagarher maid
16. 5 I have given my maid into thy bosom
16. 6 Behold, thy maid (is) in thy hand ; do to
16. 8 Hagar, Sarai s maid, whence earnest thou.
29. 24 gave. .Zilpah his maid (for) an handmaid
29. 29 gave. . Billiah his handmaid to be her in.
30. 7 Billiah, Rachel s maid, conceived again
30. 9 she took Zilpah her maid, and gave her J.
30. 10 And Zilpah, Leah s maid, bare Jacob ason
30. 12 Zilpah, Leah s maid, bare Jacob a second
30. 18 I have given my maiden to my husband
I sa 123. 2 as the eyes of a maiden unto the hand of
Eccl. 2. 7 I got. .servants and maidens, and had ser.
Isa. 24. 2 as with the maid, so with her mistress ; as
7. --I damsel, Kopoenoj/ korcuioH.
Matt. 9. -2\ Give place.. the maid is not dead, but sle.
9. 25 took her by the hand, and the maid arose
8..\ little maid, ircuSiViVTj paidiske.
Marki4. 66 there cometh one of the maids of the high
14. 69 a maid saw him again, and began to say
Lukei2. 45 to beat the men seryantsand maidens, and
22. 56 a certain maid beheld him as he sat by the
9. A maid, maiden, child, iroi> pais.
Lujce 8. 51 the father at* I the mother of the maiden
8. 54 took her by the hand, and called. .Maid
MAID CHILD
A female, nap} neqebah.
Lev. 12. 5 if she bear a maid child, then she shall be
MAID SERVANT
1. Ifit/idmaid, nsx amah.
Gen. 20. 17 God healed, .his wife, and his maid serv.
31. 33 into the two maid servants tents ; but he
Exod2o. 10 thyman servant, nor thy maid servant, nor
20. 17 nor his man servant, nor his maid servant
21. 7 if a man sell his daughter to be a maid s.
21. 27 if he smite out .his maid servant s tooth
21. 32 shall push a man servant or maid servant
Dent. 5. 14 nor thy man servant, nor thy maid servant
5. 14 thy maid servant may rest as well as thou
5. 21 or his man servant, or his maid servant
12. 12 your men servants, and your maid serv.
12. iSthy maidservant, and thy maid servant
15. 17 unto thy maid servant thou shall do like.
i5. ii. 14 thy man servant, and thy maidservant
Judg. 9. 18 made Abimelech, the sou of his maid se.
2 Sa. 6. 22 the maid servants which thou hast spoken
Neh. 7. 67 their man servants and .maid servants
Job 31. 13 If I did des. the cause, .of my maid serv.
2.Maid servant, nnzip shiphchah.
Gen. 12. 16 men servants, and maid servants, and
24. 35 and men servants, and maid servants, and
30. 43 maid servants, and men servants, and ca.
Exodn. 5 unto the firstborn of the maid servant that
2 Ki. 5. 16 oxen,and men servants,and maid servants?
Jer. 34. 9 That every man should let his. .maid ser.
34. 10 every one should let his. .maid servant
MAIL
Scales, fins, armour, njpfJipp qasqfseth.
i Sa. 17. 5 and he (was) armed with a coat of mail
[See also Coat.]
MAIMED
1. To cut off, pn charats.
Lev. 22. 22 Blind, or broken, or maimed, or having a
2. Maimed, deprived of a limb, avdinipos anaperos.
Luke 14. 13 call the poor, the maimed, the lame, the
14. 21 the poor, and the maimed, and the halt
3. Distorted, crooked, KV\\OS kullos.
Matt 15. 30 lame, blind, dumb, maimed, and many
15. 31 the maimed to be whole, the lame to walk
18. 8 for thee to enter into life halt or maimed
Mark Q. 43 it is better for thee to enter into life mai.
MAINSAIL
Mean teal, jib, dnlon, aprffjuai/ artemon.
Acts 27. 40 noised up the mainsail to the wind, and
MAINTAIH, to
1. To make or ki fp strong, p]i} chazaq, 3.
i Ch.26. 27 Out of the spoils, .to maintain the house
2.7* ) reason, malv prominent, na; yakach, b.
Job 13. 15 I will maintain mine own ways before him
3. To do, nyy asah.
1 Ki. 8. 45, 49 Then hear thou. .and maintain their
8. 59 that he maintain the cause ot his .vn.iut
2 Ch. 6. 35, 39 Then hear thou. .and maintain tli- ir
Psa. 9. 4 thou hast maintained my right and inyc.
140. 12 I know that the LOUD will maintain the c.
4.7*0 hold, uphold, retain, ~5 tamak.
Psa. 16. 5 The Loui). . thou maintained my lot
5. To cause to stand before or forward, irpoia-rrifjLt.
Titus 3. 8 might be careful to maintain got id \\rk.s
3. 14 letours also learn to maintain good works
MAINTENANCE, (to have)
1. Life, D"*n chayim.
Prov. 27. 27 and (for) the maintenance for thy maidens
2. To salt salt, n pp nSp melach melach.
Ezra 4. 14 Now because we have maintenance from
MAJESTY
1. Excellency, pK3 gaon.
Job 40. 10 Deck thyself now (with) majesty and ex.
Isa. 2. 10, 19, 21 and for the glory of his majesty
24. 14 they shall sing for the majesty of the I..
Eze. 7. 20 he set it in majesty; but they made the-
Mic. 5. 4 in the majesty of the name of the L<JRI>
2. Excellency, niK3 geuth.
Psa. 93. i The LORD reigneth; he is clothed with m.
Isa. 26. 10 and will not behold the majesty of the L.
3. Greatness, n^n? yedulah.
Esth. i. 4 showed. .the honour of his excellent ma.
4. Honour, majesty, beauty, -tin tiadar.
Psa. 21. 5 honour and majesty hast thou laid upon
29. 4 the voice of the LORD (is) full of majesty
45. 3 Gird thysword . .with thy glory and thy m.
45. 4 in thy majesty ride prosperously,became
96. 6 Honour and majesty (are) before him : a
104. i thou art clothed with honour and majesty
145. 12 and the glorious majesty of his kingdom
5. Honour, majesty, beauty, ~nn hadar.
Dan. 4. 30 I have built, .for the honour of my maj.*
Q.Honour, beauty, majesty, Tin hod.
1 Ch.2g. ii the glory, and the victory, and the maj.
29. 25 bestowed upon him. .royal majesty as had
Job 37. 22 Fair weather, .with God (is) terrible ma.
Psa. 145. 5 I will speak of. .glorious honour of thy m.
7 .Greatness, 13"? rebu.
Dan. 4. 36 and excellent majesty wasaddedlunto me-
5. 18 a kingdom, and majesty, and glory, and
5. 19 for the majesty that he gave him, all pe.
8. Greatness, /ntyateidrris meyaleiotes.
2 Pe. i. 16 fables.. but were eye witnesses of his ma.
9. Greatness, (j.fya.\<a<rvvT) megalvsune.
Heb. i. 3 on the right hand of the majesty on high
8. i on the right hand of the throne of them.
Jude 25 glory and majesty, dominion and p >wer
MA -KAZ, \-&end.
A town or district in the N.W. of Jndah. ReeSfirhinash.
i Ki. 4. 9 son of Dekar, in M., and in Sliaalbim, and
MAKE (ruler), to
1.7"o build, build up, nj5 banah.
Gen. 2. 22 the rib. .made he a woman, and brought
i Ki.22. 39 the ivory house which lie made, and all
Eze. 27. 5 They have made all thy.. boards of fir
2. To build, build up, }3 bena.
Ezra 5. 4 What are the names of the men that m.
3. To prepare, CJ3 bara.
Numi6. 30 if the LORD make a new thing, and the
Psa. 89. 47 wherefore hast thou made all men in v.r
4. To hero, dig. 2*n chntseb.
Isa. 5. 2 and also made a wine press therein : and
5. To set up, place, Js; yatsay, 5.
Job 17. 6 He hath made me also a byword of the p.
Jer. 51. 34 he hath made me an empty vessel, he hath
6. To form, constitute, fashion, frame, t$; yatsar.
Psa. 74. 17 thou hast made summer and winter
104. 26 leviathan. . thou hast made to play thereii.
Isa. 44. 9 They that make a graven image(are) all of
7.7*o give, jnj nathan.
Gen. 9. 12 the token of the covenant which I make;
17. 2 I will make my covenant between me and
17. 5 a father of many nations have I made thee
17. 6 Iwillmakenationsof thee, and kingsshall
17. 20 Ishmael. .1 will make him a great nation
41. 43 he made him. .over all the land of Egypt
Exod
48. 4 I will make of thee a multitude of people
. 7. i See, I have made thee a god to Pharaoh
18. 16 Idomake(them)knowthestatutesof God
18. 25 made them heads over the people, rulers
23. 27 I will make all thine enemies turn their
Lev. 19. 28 Ye shall not make any cuttings in your ft
22. 22 nor make an offering by fire of them uptm
26. 19 I will make your heaven as iron. and>"Mr
26. 31 I will make vour cities waste, and bring
26. 46 laws which the LORD made between him
Num. 5. 21 LORD mrke thee a curse and an oath am.
5. 21 when the LORD doth make thy thigh tor it
14. 4 Let us make a captain, and let us return
Deut. i. is wise men, and known, and made them h.
16. 18 Judges and officers shalt thou make thee
MAKE MAKE
Deut -8 13 I.<>i;i> -li iU make tl i e the head, and not
38. 84 L(. HD shiill make the r:iin of thy land po.
Josh. 7 19 make confession unto him ; and tell me
G 27 Joshua made them that day hewers of w.
22 25 Lifi) halh made Jordan a border between
Ruth 4 n LORD make the woman that is i-omt- int..
i Sa 9 22 made them sit in the chiefest phiec among
i Ki 6 6 he made nan-owed restsTouml about, that
Jer.
Lam.
Eze.
10! 3 will make thy house like the house of J.
21 22 will make thine house like the house of
a Ki. 9 9 I will make the house of Ahab like the
1 Ch.i2. 18 David received them, and made them ca.
17. 22 thy people Israel didst thou make thine
2 Ch. i. 15 the king made silver and gold atJerusalem
1 15 cedar Irees made he as the sycamore trees
2 1 1 Ihe LORD, .halh madelhee king overthem
j. 20 and will make il . . a proverb and a byword
8. 9 of Israel did Solomon make no servants
o. 8 therefore made he thee king over them
9. 27 the king made silver in Jerusalem as
9. 27 cedar trees made he as the sycamore Irees
24. 9 Ihey made a proclamation through Judah
15. 16 Art thou made of the king s counsel ? for.
35 . 25 and made them an ordinance in Israel: and
Ezra 10. ii make confession unto the LORD God of
Neh. 13. 26 and God made him king over all Israel
Psa. 1 8. 32 (It is) God thai . . maketh my way perfect
39. 5 Behold, thou hast made my days (as) an h.
69. ii I made sackcloth also my garment ; and I
89. 27 Also I will make him . .first born, higher
106. 46 He made them also lo be pitied of all those
148. 6 he hath made a decree which shall not p.
Isa. 43. 16 Thus saiththe LORD, which maketh a way
53. 9 he made his grave with the wicked, and
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i. 18 I have made thee this day a defenced city
5. 14 I will make my words in thy mouth fire
9. ii And I will make Jerusalem heaps, .a den
9. ii I will make the cities of Judah desolate
12. 10 they have made my pleasant portion a d.
15. 20 I will make thee unto this people a fenced
19. 12 Thus will I do. .make this city as Tophet
20. 4 I will make thee a terror lo thyself, and
25. 18 to make them a desolation, an astonishm.
26. 6 Then will I make Ihis house like Shiloh
26. 6 and will make Ihis cily a curse to all the
29. 17 will make them like vile figs, that cannot
29. 26 LoRDhathmade Ihee priesl in Ihe slead of
34. 17 I will make you lo be removed into all
34. 22 I will make the cities of Judah a desola.
49. 15 I will make the small among the heathen
51. 25 Behold, I. .will make thee a burnt mount.
1. 13 he hath made me desolate, .faint all the
2. 7 they have made a noise in the house of the
3. 8 I have made thy face strong against their
3. 9 an adamant harder than flint have I made
3. 17 I have made thee a watchman unto the h.
5. 14 I will make thee waste, and a reproach
6. 14 and make the land desolate, yea, more d.
15. 8 I will make the land desolate, because they
22. 4 therefore have I made thee a reproach
25. 4 and make their dwellings in thee : Ihey
25. 5 I will make Kabbah a stable for camels
25. 13 and I will make it desolate from Teman
26. 4 scrape . . and make her like the top of a r.
26. 8 he shall make a fort against thee, and cast
26. 19 When I shall make thee a desolate city
26. 21 I will make thee a terror, and thou (slialt
29. 10, 12 I will make the land of Egypt
30. 12 I will make the rivers dry, and sell the
32. 15 When I shall make the land of Egypt de.
34. 26 I will make them and the places round
35. 3 Behold. .1 will make thee most desolate
35. 7 Thus will I make mount Seir most desol.
35. 9 I will make thee perpetual desolations
44. 14 I will make them keepers of the charge
Hos. ii. 8 how shall I make thee as Admah?. .shall
Joel 2. 19 I will no more make you a reproach am.
Obad. 2 I have made thee small among the heat.
Mic. 6.16 that I should make Ihee a desolalion, and
Zeph. 3. 20 I will make you a name and a praise am.
Mai. 2. 9 have I also made you conlemplible and
8. To make, do, ijy, abad.
Jer. 10. ii the gods that have not made the heavens
Dan. 3. i Nebuchadnezzar the king made an image
3. 15 and worshipthe image which I havemade
c. i Belshazzar the king made a great feast to
7. 21 the same horn made war with the saints
9. To cause to stand, set uj}, "C^ amad, 5.
2 Ch.n. 22 Rehoboam tnade Abijah the son of Maac.
25. 5 made them captains over thousands, and
Neh. 10. 32 Also we made ordinances for us, to charge
10.7V) take pains, labour, ixy atsab, 3.
Job 10. 8 Thine hands have mads me, and fashione.
1 1 . To do make, nyy asah.
. 7 God made the firmament, and divided the
. 1 6 God made two great lights; the greater 1.
. 25 God made the beast of the earth after his
. 26 Let us make man in our image, after our
. 31 God saw every thing that he had made
2. 2 God ended his work which he had made
2. 2 day from all his work which he had made
2. 3 all his work which God created and made
i. 4 LORD God made the earth and the heav.
2. 18 I will make him an help meet for him
3. i any beast . . which the LORD God had made
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7 fig leaves together, and made themselves
21 God makecoatsof skins, and clothed them
1 man, in the likeness of God made he him
6 that he had made man on the earth, and
7 foritrepentethme lhall have madetliem
14 Make Ihee an ark.. rooms shall thou make
15 And this, .which thou shall make il. .The
16 A window shall thou make to the ark, and
16 lower, second, and third . . shall thou make
4 every living substance that I have made
6 the window of the ark which he had made
6 man.. for in Ihe image of God made he man
4 lei us make us a name, lest we be scatt.
2 I will make of thee a great nation, and I
4 altar, which he had made there at the ft.
2 made war wilh Bera king of Sodom, and
6 knead . .and make cakes upon the hearth
3 made them a feast, and did bake unleav.
6 God hath made me to laugh.. all that hear
8 Abraham made a great feast the . . day that
30 he made them a feasl, and Ihey did eat
4 make me savoury meat.such as I love, and
7 make me savoury meat, thatl may eat, and
9 I will make them savoury meal for thy f .
14 his mother made savoury meat, such as his
31 And he also had made savoury meat, and
22 Laban gathered, .the men. .and made a
46 ihey look stones, and made an heap : and
17 built him an house, and made booths for
i make there an allar unto God, thai appe.
3 I will make lliere an allar unlo God, who
3 and he made him a coal of (many)colours
20 that he made a feast unto all his servants
j
10 made a mourning for his father seven days
2 1 it came to pass . . that he made them houses
8 the tale of the bricks, which they did make
16 they say to us, Make brick : and, behold
4 Thou shall not make unto thee anygraven
11 six days Ihe LORD made heaven and earth
23 Ye shall not make with me gods of silver
23 neither shall ye make unto you gods of g.
24 An altar of earth shall thou make unto
25 if thou wilt make me an altar of stone
8 let them make me a sanctuary ; that I may
9 and the pattern.. even so shall ye make(it)
10 they shall make an ark (of) shittim wood
1 1 make upon it a crown of gold round aboul
13 thou shall make slaves (of) shillim wood
17 Ihou shall make a mercy seat (of) pure g.
1 8 thou shalt make two cherubim (of) gold
18 beaten work shalt thou make them, in the
19 make one cherub on the one end, and the
19 shall ye make the cherubim on the two
23 Thou shalt also make a table (of) shittim
24 make thereto a crown of gold round about
25 thou shalt make unto it a border of an h.
25 thou shalt make a golden crown to the b.
26 thou shalt make for it four rings of gold
28 thou shalt make the staves (of) shitlim w.
29 lo cover wilhal . . pure gold shall thou ma.
31 thou shalt make a candlestick (of) pure g
37 thou shalt make the seven lamps thereof
39 a talent of pure gold shall he make it, with
40 look that thou make . . afler their pattern
i thou shalt make the tabernacle, .ten cu.
i cherubim of cunningwork shalt thou make
4 thou shalt make loops of blue upon the
4 likewise shalt thou make in the uttermost
5, 5 Fifty loops shalt thou make in the
6 thou shall make fifty laches of gold, and
7 And thou shalt make curtains (of) goat s
7 tabernacle ; eleven curtains shalt thou m.
10 thou shalt make fifty loops on the edge
1 1 thou shalt make fifty laches of brass, and
14 thou shalt make a covering for the tent
15 thou shalt make boards for the tabernacle
17 thus shalt thou make for all the boards of
18 thou shalt make the boards forthetaber.
19 thou shalt make forty sockels of silver un.
22 for Ihe sides. .Ihou shall make six boards
23 two boards shalt Ihou make for the corner
26 thou shalt make bars (of) shitthn wood
29 make their rings (of) gold . . places for the
31 thou shalt make a veil (of) blue, and pur.
37 thou shalt make for the hanging five pill.
1 thou shalt make an allar (of) shittini wood
2 thou shalt make the horns of it upon the
3 thou shalt make his pans to receive his as.
3 all the vessels thereof thou shaltfmake (of)
4 thou shalt make for it a grate of net work
4 upon the net shalt thou make four brazen
6 Thou shalt make staves for the altar, sta.
8 Hollow with boards shalt thou make it
8 as it was showed . .so shall they make (it)
9 thou shalt make the court of the laberna.
2, 4 make holy garments for Aaron thy
3 that they may make Aaron s garmenls to
4 these, .the garments which Ihey shall m.
6 they shall make the ephod (of) gold, (of)
1 1 thou shalt make them to be set in ouches
13 And thou shalt make ouches (of) gold
14 (of) wreathen work shall thou make them
15 thou shalt make the breast plate of judg.
15 afler the work of the ephod thou shalt m.
15 (of) fine twined linen, shalt thou make it
22, 23 thou shalt make upon the breast plate
26 thou shalt make two rings of gold, and
27 two. .rings of gold thou shalt make, and
31 thou shalt make Ihe robe of the ephod all
33 thou shall make pomegranates (of) blue
36 thou shalt make a plate (of) pure gold, and
39 thou shalt make the mitre (of) fine linen
Kxod28. 39 thou shalt make the girdle (of(needlework
28. 40 for Aaron s sons thou shall make coats
28. 40 and thou *h;ilt make for them girdles, and
28. 40 bonnets shall thou make for them, for
28. 42 thou shall make them linen breeches to
29. 2 (of) wheaten flour shall thou make them
30. i thou shall make an altar to hurn iucenso
30. i (of) bhittim wood shall thou make it
30. 3 thou shall make unlo il a crown of gold
30. 4 two golden rings shall thou make to it un.
30. 4 upon the two sides of il shall thou make
30. 5 thou shall make the staves(ol) shittim w
30. 18 Thou shall also make a laver(of) brass
30. 25 thou shall make il an oil of holy ointment
30. 32 neilher shall ye make, .like it, after the
30. 35 thou shall make it a perfume, a confection
30. 37 And . . the perfume which thou shall make
30. 37 ye shall not make to yourselves according
30. 38 Whosoever shall make like unlo thai, lo
31. 6 thai Ihey may make all that I have com.
31.17 six days the LORD made heaven and earth
32. i make us gods, which shall go hefore us
32. 4 tool, after he had made it a molten calf
32. 8 Ihey have made Ihem a molten calf, and
32. 10 and I will make of thee a great nation
32. 20 he took the calf which they had made, and
32. 23 Make us gods which shall go before u
32. 31 this people . . have made them gods of gold
32. 35 because they made the calfwhich Aaron in.
34. 17 Thou shall make thee no molten gods
35. 10 and make all that the LORD hath comm.
35- 33 And. .to make any manner of cunning w.
36. 3 And theyreceived of Moses all . . to make it
36. 4 every man from the work which they made
36. 5 work which the LORD commanded to make
36. 6 Let neither man nor woman make anymore
36. 7 was sufficient for all the work to make it
36. 8 made ten curtains(of)fine twined linen, and
36. 8 cherubim of cunning work made he them
36. 1 1 he made loops of blue on the edge of one
36. T i likewise he made in the uttermosl side of
36. 12 Fifty loops made he in one curtain, and
36. 12 flfly loops made he in the edge of Ihe
36. 13 he made fifty laches of gold, and coupled
36. 14 made curtains, .eleven curtains he made
36. 17 made fifty loops upon the utlermost edge
36. 17 fifty loops made he upon the edge of the
36. 18 he made fifty laches (of) brass to couple
36. 19 he made a covering for the tent (of) rani s
36. 20 he made boards for the labernacle (of) s.
36. 22 Ihus did he make for all the boards of
36. 23 he made boards forlhetabernacle; Iwenty
36. 24 forty sockets of silver he made under Ihe I.
36. 25 for the other side . . he made twenly boards
36. 27 for Ihe sides . . weslward he made six bo.
36. 28 two boards made he for the corners of the
36. 31 he made bars of shittini wood ; five for the
36. 33 he made the middle bar toshool through
36. 34 made their rings (of) gold, .places for the
36. 35 he made a veil (of) blue, and purple, and
36. 35 (with) cherubim made he it of cunning
36. 36 And he made thereunto four pillars (of)
36. 37 he made an hanging for the tabernacle
37. i Bezaleel made the ark (of) shittim wood
37. 2 and made a crown of gold to it round ab.
37. 4 he made staves (of) shittim wood, and
37. 6 he made the mercy seat (of) pure gold
37. 7 And he made two cherubim (of) gold
37. 7 beaten out of one piece made he them
37. 8 out of the mercy seat made he the cher.
37. 10 he made the table (of) shittim wood : two
37. ii made thereunto a crown of gold round
37. 12 Also he made thereunto a border of an
37 12 and made a crown of gold for the border
37. 15, 28 he made the staves (of) shittim wood
37 16 he made the vessels which (were) upon
37. 17 he made the candlestick (of) pure gold
37. 17 (of) beaten work made he the candlestick
37. 23 he made his seven lamps, and his snuffers
37. 24 (Of) a talenl of pure gold made he it, and
37. 25 made the incense altar (of) shittim wood
37. 26 he made unto it a crown of gold round
37. 27 he made two rings of gold for it under
37. 20 he made the holy anointing oil, and the
38. i he made the altar of burnt offering (of) .
38. 2 he made the horns thereof on the four
38. 3 he made all the vessels of the altar, the
38. 3 all the vessels thereof made he (of)brast
08 4 he made for the altar a brazen grate of
38. 6 he made the staves(of)shittim wood, and
08 7 And. .he made the altar hollow with bo.
38 8 he made the laver (of)brass, and thefoot
38. o he made the court : on the south side so.
~8. 22 made all thai the LORD commanded M.
38! 28 he made hooks for the pillars, and over.
38. 30 he made the sockets to the door of the
59 i they made cloths of service, to do service
39! i and made the holy garments for Aaron
39. 2 he made the epliod (of) gold, blue, and
39. 4 They made shoulder pieces for it, to cou.
39. 8 he made the breast plate (of) cunning w.
39. 9 they made the breast plate double : a s.
39. 15 they made upon the breast plate chains
39. 16 they made two ouches (of) gold, and two
39. 19 they made two rings of gold, and put (th.)
39. 20 they made two. .golden rings, and put
39. 22 he made the robe of the ephod (of)woven
39. 24 they made upon the hems of the robe po.
39. 25 they made bells (of) pure gold, and put
39. 27 they made roats(of) fine linen, (of)woven
39. 30 lhey:made the plate of the holy crown (of)
39. 42 so the children of Israel made all the w.
MAKE 630 MAKE
Lev. 19. 4 nor make to yourselves molten gods : I
22. 24 cut ; neither shall ye make, .in your land
26. i Ye shall make you no idols nor graven i.
Num. 8. 4 the pattern .so he made the candlestick
10. 2 Make . .of a whole piece shalt thou make
11. 8 baked (It) in pans, and made cakes of it
14. 12 will make of thee a greater nation and
15. 3 will make an offering by fire unto the L.
15. 3 to make a sweet savour unto the LORD, of
15. 38 bid them that they make them fringes in
16. 38 let them make them broad plates, .a cov.
21. 8 Make thee a fiery serpent, and set it upon
21. 9 Moses made a serpent of brass, and put
Deut. 4. 1 6 Lest ye corrupt, .and make you a graven
4 23 lest ye. .make you a graven image, (or) the
4. 25 When thou shalt . . make a graven image
5. 8 Thou shalt not make thee (any) graven i.
9. 12 for. .they have made them a molten image
9. 14 I will make of thee a nation mightier and
o. 16 had made you a molten calf : ye had tur
9. 21 I took your sin. the calf which ye had m
10. i and come and make thee an ark of wood
10. 3 I made an ark (of) shittim wood and he
10. 5 put the tables in the ark which I had made
15. i Attheendofs..even years thou shalt make
16. 21 unto the altar, .which thou shalt make
20. 12 but will make war against thee, then thou
20. 20 build bulwarks against the city that ma
22. 8 thou shalt make a battlement for thy roof
22. 12 Thou shalt make thee fringes upon the four
26. 19 high above all nations which he hath m.
27. 15 Cursed (be) the man that maketh (any) g.
32. 6 hath he not made thee, and established
32. 15 then he forsook God (which) made him
Josh. 5. 2 Make thee sharp knives, and circumcise
5. 3 Joshua made him sharp knives, and cir.
9. 15 Joshua made peace with them, and made
11. 18 Joshua made war a long time with all those
22. 28 which our fathers made, not for burnt off.
Judg. 3. 16 Ehud made him a dagger which had two
6. 2 the children of Israel made them the dens
6. 19 Gideon went in, and made ready a kid, and
8. 27 Gideon made an ephod thereof, and put
9. 27 and trode (the grapes), and made merry
13. 15 until we shall have made ready a kid for
14. 10 Samson made there a feast ; for so used
17. 3 to make a graven image, and a molten i.
17. 4 whomadethereofagraveuimageaud am.
17. 5 made an ephod. and teraphim and con.
1 8. 3 Who brought thee hither? and what ma.
18. 24 Ye have taken away my gods which I ma
18. 27 they took (the things) which Micah hadm.
18. 31 set. .up Micah s graven image, which he
21. 15 had made abreach in the tribes of Israel
i Sa. 2. 19 his mother made him a little coat, and b
6. 5 ye shall make imagesof your emerods, and
6. 7 make a new cart, and take two milch k.
8. 12 to make his instruments of war, and ins.
12. 22 pleased the LORD to make you his people
13. 19 Lest the Hebrews make .swords or spears
17. 25 and make his father s house free in Israel
23. 28 will certainly make my lord a sure house
a Sa. 3. 20 David made Abner. and the men .a feast
7. 9 have made thee a great name like unto
7. ii telleth. .that he will make thee an house
13. 10 Tamar took the cakes which she had made
i Ki. 2. 24 who hath made me an house, as he prom
3. 15 Solomon, .made a feast to all his servants
6. 4 for the house he made windows of narrow
6 5 oracle : and he made chambers round about
6. 23 within the oracle he made two cherubim
6. 31 for the entering of the oracle he made d.
6. 33 So also made he for the door of the tern.
7. 6 he made a porch of pillars ; the length th.
7. 7 he made a porch for the throne where he
7. 8 Solomon made also an house for Pharaoh s
7. 16 he made two chapiters (of) molten brass
7. 18 he made the pillars, and two rows round
7. 23 he made a molten sea, ten cubits from the
7. 27 he made ten bases of brass ; four cubits
7. 37 After this, .he made the ten bases : all of
7. 38 Then made he ten lavers of brass : one
7. 40 Hiram made the lavers, and the shovels
7. 40 all the work that he made king Solomon
7. 45 all these vessels, which Hiram made to
7. 48 And Solomon made all the vessels that
7. 51 all the work that king Solomon made for
5. 26 king Solomon made a navy of ships in E
10. 12 the king made of thealmug trees pillars
10. 16 king Solomon made two hundred targets
10. 18 the king made a great throne of ivory, and
12. 28 king took counsel, and made two calves
12. 31 he made an house of high places, and in
12. 32 sacrificing unto the calves that he had m
12. 32 priests of the high places which he had m.
12. 33 upon the altar which he had made in B.
13. 33 made again of the lowest of the people
14. 9 thou hast gone and made thee other gods
14. 15 Ijecause they have made their groves, p.
14. 16 who did sin, and who made Israel to sin
14. 26 the shields of gold which Solomon hadm.
14. 27 made In their stead brasen shields, and
15. 12 removed, .the idols that his fathers hadm.
15. 13 because she had made an idol in a grove
16. 33 Ahab make a grove ; and Ahab did more
17. 13 make me thereof a little cake first, and
17. 13 and after make for thee and for thy son
18. 26 they leaped upon the altar which was m.
1 8. 32 he made a trench about the altar, as great
22. ii Zedekiah the son of Chenaanah made him
22. 48 Jehoshaphat made ships of Tharshish to
i Ki. 3. 2 the image of Baal that his father had m.
a Ki. 3. 16 And he said . . Make this valley full of di.
4. 10 Let us make a little chamber, I pray thee
6. 2 let us make us a place there, where we may
7. 2, 19 (if) the LORD would make windows in
16. ii made (it) against king Ahazcamefrom D.
17. 8 walked in the statutes .which they had m.
17 16 niade them molten images, .two calves
17. 19 in the statutes of Israel which they made
17. 30 the men of Babylon madeSuccoth benoth
17. 30 made Nergal. .men of Hamath made Ash.
17. 31 Avites made Nibhaz and Tartak, and the
17. 29 every nation made gods of their own, and
17. 29 high places which the Samaritans had m.
17. 32 made unto themselves of the lowest of
1 8. 4 the brazen serpent that Moses had made
18. 31 Make, .with me by a present, and come
19. 15 OLoRD. .thou hast made heaven and earth
20. 20 how he made a pool, and a conduit, and
21. 3 made a grove, as did Ahab king of Israel
21. 7 the grove that he had made in the house
23. 12 altars. .whichthe kings ofJudahhad made
23. 12 the altars which Manasseh had made in
23. 15 high place which Jeroboam . . had made
23. 19 which the kings of Israel had made to pro.
24. 13 which Solomon king of Israel had made
25. 16 the bases which Solomon had made for
i Ch. 5. 10 in the days of Saul they made war with
5. 19 they made war with the Hagarites, with
15. i made him houses in the city of David, and
16. 26 the gods .(are) idols : but the LORD made
17. 8 have made thee a name like the name of
18. 8 wherewith Solomon made the brasen sea
21. 29 the tabernacle of the LORD, which M. made
22. 8 Thou hast shed blood, .and hast made
23. 5 LORD with the instruments which I made
a Ch. i. 3 Moses tVe servant of the LORD had made
i 5 Bezaleel the son of Ilri, the son of Hur
2. 12 LORD God of Israel, that made heaven and
3. 8 he made the most holy house, the length
3. lohemadetwocherublm of image work, and
3. 14 he made the veil (of) blue, and purple, and
3. 15 he made before the house two pillars of
3. 1 6 he made chains, (as) in the oracle, .and m.
4. i he made an altar of brass twenty cubits
4. 2 he made a molten sea of ten cubits from
4. 6 He made also ten lavers. and put five on
4. 7 he made ten candlesticks of gold accord.
4. 8 He made also ten tables, and placed, .in
4. 8 And he made an hundred basons of gold
4. 9 he made the court of the priests, and the
4. ii Huram made the pots, and the shovels
4. ii finished the work that he was to make for
4. 14 He niade also bases, and lavers made he
4. 16 did Huram his father make to king Solo.
4. 1 8 Solomon made all these vessels in great
4. 19 Solomon made all the vessels that (were
5. i all the work that Solomon made for the h.
6.13 Solomon had made a brasen scaffold/of five
7. 6 which David the king had made to praise
7. 7 the brasen altar which Solomon had made
7. 9 in the eighth day they made a solemn as.
7. n all that came into Solomon s heart to m.
9. ii thekingmade(of)thealgumtrees; terraces
9. 15 king Solomon made two hundred targets
9. 17 the king made a great throne of ivory, and
11. 15 priests forthe calveswhichhe hadmade
12. 9 the shields of gold which Solomon had m.
12. 10 king Rehoboam made shields of brass, and
13. 8 calves, which Jeroboam made you for gods
13. 9 have made you priests after the manner
15. 16 because she had made an idol in a grove
18. 10 Zedekiah the son of Chenaanah had made
20. 36 make ships to go to larshish : and theym.
21. ii he made high places in the mountains of
21. 19 his people made no burning for him, like
24. 8 they made a chest, and set it without at
24. 14 whereof were made vessels for the house
26. 13 that made war with mighty power, to help
26. 15 he made in Jerusalem engines, invented
:3. 2 and made also molten images for Baalim
28. ?4 he made him altars in every corner of J.
28. 25 he made high places to burn incense unto
32. 5 and made darts and shields in abundance
32. 17 he made himself treasuries for silver, and
33. 3 he reared up altars for Baalim and made
33. 7 a carved image, the idol which he had m
33. 22 images which Manasseh his father had m
Neh. 8. 4 pulpit of wood, which they had made for
8. 12 to make great mirth because they had
8. 15 branches of thick trees, to make booths
8. 16 made themselves booths, every one upon
8. 17 made booths and sat under the booths
9. 6 thou hast made heaven, the heaven of h.
9. 18 when they had made them a molten calf
Esth. i. 3 he made a feast unto all his princes and
i. 5 the king made a feast unto all the people
i. 9 Vashti the queen made a feast for the w.
1. 20 the king s decree which he shall make
2. 1 8 the king made a great feast untu all his
2. 18 he made a release to the provinces, and
5. 14 Let a gallows be made of fifty cubits high
5. 14 and he caused the gallows to be made
7. 9 gallows, .which Hainan had made for M.
9. 17, 18 made it a day of feasting and gladness
9. 19 made the fourteenth day of the month A.
9. 22 they should make them days of feasting
Job 9. 9 maketh Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and
10. 9 Remember, .thou hast made me as the c.
15. 27 and maketh collops of fat on (his) Hanks
25. 2 he maketh peace in his high places
27. 1 8 and as a booth, .the keeper maketh
38. 25 To make the weight for the winds ; and
Job 28. 26 When he made a decree for the rain, and
31. 1 5 did not he that made me in the womb. .m.
33. 4 The spirit of God hath made me, and the
40. 15 behemoth, which I made with thee ; he
40. 19 he that made him can make his sword to
Ps*. 9. 15 heathen are sunk down in the pit. .theym.
86. 9 All nations whom thou hast made shall
95. 5 The sea (is) his, and he made it ; and his
96. 5 the gods . .(are) idols : but the LORD made
100. 3 he (that) hath made us, and not we ours.
104. 4 Who maketh his angels spirits ; his mini.
104. 24 in wisdom hast thou made them M : the
106. 19 They made a calf in Horeb, and worship.
in. 4 He hath made his wonderful works to be
115. 8 They that make them are like unto them
115. 15 Ye (are) blessed of the LORD which made
1 1 8. 24 This (is) the day (which) the LORD hath m.
119. 73 Thy hands have made me and fashioned
121. 2 My help., from the LORD, which made h.
124. 8 of the LORD, who made heaven and earth
134. 3 The LORD that made heaven and earth b.
135. 7 he maketh lightnings for the rain : he br.
135. 18 They that make them are like unto them
136. 5 To him that by wisdom made the heavens
136. 7 To him that made great lights : for his m.
146. 6 Which made heaven and earth, the sea
149. 2 Let Israel rejoice in him that made him
Prov. 8. 26 While as yet he had not made the earth
20. 12 the LORD hath made even both of them
20. 18 counsel ; and with good advice make war
23. 5 for (riches) certainly make themselves w.
24. 6 by wise counsel thou shalt make thy war
31. 22 She maketh herself coverings of tapestry
31. 24 She maketh fine linen,and selleth (it); and
Eccl. 2. 5 I made me gardens and orchards, and I p.
2.6! made me pools of water, to water there.
3. ii He hath made every (thing) beautiful in
3. ii can find out the work that God maketh
7. 29 God hath made man upright ; but they
10. 19 A feast is made for laughter, and wine
11. 5 knowest not. .works of God who maketh
12. 12 of making many books (there is) no end
Song i. ii We will make thee borders of gold, with
3. 9 King Solomon made himself a chariot of
3. 10 He made the pillars thereof (of) silver, the
Isa. 2. 8 that which their own fingers have made
2. 20 which they made . . for himself to worship
10. 23 Lord Gop of hosts shall make a cousump.
17. 8 which his fingers have made, either the
19. 10 all that make sluices (and) ponds for fish
22. ii Ye made also a ditch between the two
25. 6 make unto all people a feast of fat things
27. 5 he may makepeace with me. .he shall m.
27. 1 1 he that made them will not have mercy on
29. 1 6 for shall the work say of him that made it
29. 16 He made me not? or shall the thing fra
31. 7 which your own hands have made untQ you
36. 16 Make (an agreement) with me (by) a pre.
37. 16 O LORD .thou hast made heaven and earth
40. 23 he maketh the judges of the earth as va.
43. 7 I have fprmd him ; yea, I have made him
44. 2 Thus saith the LORD that made thee, and
44. 13 and maketh it after the figure of a man
44. 15 he maketh it a graven image, and falleth
44. 17 the residue thereof he maketh a god. .his
44. 19 shall I make the residue thereof an abo.?
44. 24 I (am) the LORD that maketh all (things)
45. 7 I make peace, and create evil : I the L.
45. 9 Shall the clay say. .What makest thouf
45. 12 I have made the earth, and created man
45. 18 God himself that formed the earth, and m.
46. 4 I have made, and I will bear ; even I will
46. 6 hire a goldsmith ; and he maketh it a god
57. 16 the spirit, and the souls (which) I have
63. 12 led. .to make himself an everlasting name?
63. 14 thou lead, .to make thyself a glorious n.
66. 2 all those, .hath mine hand made, and all
66. 22 and the new earth, which I will make
Jer. 2. 28 where, .thy gods which thou hast made
4. 27 land shall be desolate; yet will I not make
5. 10 and destroy; but make not a full end: take
5. 18 saith the LORD, I will not makea full end
6. 26 make thee mourning, (as for) an only son
7. 1 8 to make cakes to the queen of heaven , and
8. 8 Lo, certainly in vain made he (it); the pen
10. 12 He hath made the earth by his power, he
10. 13 he maketh lightnings with rain, and bri.
14. 22 OLORDourGod .thou hast made all these
16. 20 Shall a man make gods unto himself, and
1 8. 4 vessel that he made of clay was marred
18. 430 he made it. .as seemed good, .to make
27. 2 Make thee bonds and yokes, and put them
27. 5 I have made the earth, the man and the b.
28. 13 but thou shalt make for them yokes of i.
30. ii though I make a full end of all nations
30. 1 1 yet will I not make a full end of thee ; but
32. 17 thou hast made the heaven and the earth
32. 20 and hast made thee a name, as at this day
37. 15 the house., for they had made that the pr.
38. 16 LoRDliveth, that made us this soul, I will
41. 9 which Asa the king had made for fear of
44. 19 did we make her cakes to worship her
46. 28 I will make a full end of all the nations
46. 28 I will not make a full end of thee, but co.
51. 15 He hath made the earth by his power, he
51. 16 he maketh lightnings with rain, and bri.
52. 20 which king Solomon had made in the h.
Eze. 4. 9 make thee bread thereof . .to the number
7. 20 made the images of their abominations
7. 23 Make a chain ; for the land is full of bio.
11. 13 wilt thou make a full end of the remnant
13. 18 Woe to the (women) that, .make kerchiefs
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Eze. i(5. 17 madest to thyself images of men, and di.
16. 24 hast made thee an high place in every
16. 31 and makest thine high place in every st.
17. 17 make for him in the win; by casting up
18. 31 make you a new heart and a new spirit
20. 17 make an end of them in the wilderness
22. 3 niiikrtli idols against herself to defile her.
22. 4 defiled., in thine idols which thou hastm.
22. 13 thy dishonest gain which thou hast made
24. 17 Forbear to cry, make no mourningfor the
27. 5 taken cedars fromLebanon to make masts
27. 6 (Of) the oaks of Bashan have they made
27. 6 Ashurites have made thy benches(of)ivory
29. 3 My river (is) mine own, and I have made
29. 9 The river (is) mine, and I have made (it)
31. 9 I have made him fair by the multitude of
15. 14 When the whole earth rejoieeth, I will m.
37. 19 make them one stick, and they shall be
37. 22 I will make them one nation in the land
40. 14 He made also posts of threescore cubits
43. 27 the priests shall make your burnt offerings
Dan. ii. 6 shall come to the king . . to make an agre.
Hos. 8. 4 their gold have they made them idols
8. 6 the workman made it ; therefore it (is) not
13. 2 have made them molten images of their
Amos 4. 13 that maketh the morning darkness, and
5. 8 that maketh the seven stars and Orion
5. 26 the star of your god, which ye made to
9. 14 they shall also make gardens, and eat the
Jon. i. 9 God .. which hath made the sea and the
4. 5 made him a booth, and sat under it in the
Mic. i. 8 I will make a wailing like the dragons
Hah. i. 8 he will make an utter end of the place
1. 9 he will make an utter end : affliction sh.
Hab. i. 14 makest men as the fishes of the sea, as the
2. 18 thnt. .trusteth therein, to make dumb id.?
Zeph. i. 1 8 he shall make even a speedy riddance of
Zech 6. 1 1 take silver and gold, and make crowns
10. i LORD shall make bright clouds, and give
Mai. 2. 15 And did not he make one? Yet had he
3. 17 in that day when I make up my jewels
12. To ponder, D^p palas, 3.
Psa. 78. 50 He made a way to his anger; he spared
13. To work, make, ^Vfpaai.
Exodi;. 17 thou hast made for thee to dwell in ; (in)
Psa. 7. 15 and is fallen into the ditch (which) he m.
Prov 16. 4 The LORD hath made all (things) for
Isa. 44. 15 he maketh a god, and worshippeth (it)
14. To give a charge, ~i$$paqad.
Deut 20. 9 they shall make captains of the armies
15. To give a charge, ~i$$ paqad, 5
1 Ki. ii. 28 he made him ruler over all the charge of
2 Ki. 23. 23 that the king, .had made Gedaliah gove.
Jer. 40. 5 whom the king..hath made governor over
40. 7 had made Gedaliah . . governor in the land
41. 2 whom the king, .had made governor,4i.i8
[See ruler and governor.]
16. To cause to rise or stand still, Dip qum, 5.
Psa. 107. 29 He maketh the storm a calm, so that the
Dan. 5. ii mademasterof the magicians, astrologers
17. To set, put, lay, D (?, DIB> sum, sim.
Geii. 13. 16 I will make thy seed as the dust of the e.
21. 13 of the son of the bond woman will I make
21. 18 lift up the lad. .1 will make him a great
27. 37 I have made him thy lord, and all his br.
32. 12 make thy seed as the sand of the sea, w.
45 . 8 he hath made me a father to Pharaoh, and
45. 9 God hath made me lord of allEgypt: come
46. 3 I will there make of thee a great nation
47. 6 then make them rulers over my cattle
47. 26 Joseph made it a law over the land of E.
48. 20 God make thee as Ephraim, and as Man.
Exod. 2.14 Who made thee a prince and a judge over
4. 1 1 Who hath made man s mouth ? or who m.
14. 21 LORD, .made the sea dry., and the waters
15. 25 there he made for them a statute and an
Deut. 1. 13 Take, .and I will make them rulers over
10. 22 hath made thee as the stars of heaven for
14. i nor make any baldness between your eyes
Josh. 6. 18 make the camp of Israel a curse, and tro.
8. 28 Joshua burnt Ai, and made it an heap for
Judg. 8. 33 Israel turned. . and made Baal-berith their
11. ii the people made him head and captain
i Sa. 8. i that he made his sons judges over Israel
8. 5 make us a king to judge us like all the na.
18. 13 and made him his captain over a thousand
22. 7 make you all captains of thousands, and
28. 2 I make thee keeper of mine head for ever
30. 25 he made it a statute and an ordinance for
s Sa. 7. 23 to make him a name, and to do for you
15. 4 Oh that I were made judge in the land
17. 25 Absalom made Amasa captain of the host
23. 5 he hath made with me an everlasting co.
1 Xi. 10. 9 therefore made he thee king, to do judg.
19. 2 if I make not thy life as the life of one of
20. 34 and thou shaltrmake streets for thee in D
20. 34 in Damascus as my father made in Sam.
2 Ki. 10. 27 and made it a draught house unto this day
13.7 had made them like the dust by threshing
i Ch.i7. 21 to make thee a name of greatness and te.
26. 10 Siniri. .yet his father made him the chief
Job 1.17 The Chaldeans made out three bands, and
18. 2 How long (will it be ere) ye make an end
24. 25 who will make me a liar, and make my
31. 24 If I have made goldmy hope, or have said
38. 9 When I made the cloud the garment the.
39. 6 Whose house I have made the wilderness
41 31 he maketh the sea like a pot of ointment
Psa. 1 8. 41 thou hast made me the head of the hea.
Psa. 39. 8 make me not the reproach of the foolish
40. 4 Blessed (is) that man that maketh the L.
44. 13 Thou makest us a reproach to our neigh.
44. 14 Thou makest us a byword among the h.
46. 8 what desolations he hath made in the ea.
52. 7 Lo. .the man (that) made not God his st.
66. 2 Sing forth the honour of his name ; make
80. 6 Thou makest us a strife unto our neigh.
89. 29 His seed also will I make, .forever, and
91. 9 Because thou hast made the LORD, .thy
104. 3 who maketh the clouds his chariot ; who
105. 21 He made him lord of his house, and ruler
107. 41 and maketh (him) families like a flock
147. 14 He maketh peace (in)thyborders..fllleth
Prov. 30. 26 yet make they their houses in the rocks
Song i. 6 they made me the keeper of the vineyards
6. 12 my soul made me (like) the chariots of A.
Isa. 3. 7 saying, .make me not a ruler of the peo.
14. 17 made the world as a wilderness, anddes.
14. 23 I will also make it a possession for the
25. 2 For thou hast made of a city an heap ; (of)
27. 9 when he maketh all the stones of the a.
28. 15 we have made lies our refuge, and under
41. 15 I will make thee a new sharp threshing
41. 15 small, and shalt make the hills as chaff
41. 1 8 I will make the wilderness a pool of wa.
42. 15 I will make the rivers islands, and I will
42. 16 I will make darkness light before them
43. 19 I will even make a way in the wilderness
49. 2 he hath made my mouth like a sharp sw.
49. 2 he hid me, and made me a polished shaft
49. ii I will make all my mountains a way, and
50. 2 I make the rivers a wilderness : their fish
50. 3 heavens . . I make sackcloth their covering
51. 3 he will make her wilderness like Eden, and
51. 10 hath made the depths of the sea a way for
53. 10 when thou shalt make his soul an offering
54. 12 I will make thy windows of agates, and thy
60. 15 I will make thee an eternal excellency, a
60. 17 I will also make thy officers peace, and
62. 7 till he make Jerusalem a praise in the e.
Jer. 2. 7 and made mine heritage an abomination
4. 7 he is gone forth from his place to make
6. 8 lest I make thee desolate, a land not in.
10. 22 to make the cities of Judah desolate, .a
12. ii They have made it desolate, .desolate it
17. 5 Cursed (be) the man that, .maketh flesh
18. 16 To make their land desolate, .a perpetual
19. 8 I will make this city desolate, and an hi.
25. 9 and make them an astonishment, and an
25. 12 and will make it perpetual desolations
29. 22 LORD make thee likeZedekiah, andlikeA.
31. 21 make thee high heaps : set thine heart to.
51. 29 to make the land of Babylon a desolation
Lam. 3. ii pulled me in pieces : he hath made me d.
3. 45 Thou hast made us. .the offscouring and
Eze. 19. 5 took another of her whelps, .made him
20. 28 there also they made their sweet savour
Hos. 2. 3 make her as a wilderness, and set her like
2. 12 I will make them a forest, and the beasts
Amos 8. 10 I will make it as the mourning of an only
Mic. i. 6 I will make Samaria as an heap of the ft.
4. 7 I will make her that halted a remnant
4. 13 I will make thine horn iron, and I will m.
Nah. i. 14 I will make thy grave ; for thou art vile
Hab. 3. 19 he willmake my feet like hinds (feet)
Zeph. 2. 13 And he. .will make Nineveh a desolation
Hag. 2. 23 will make thee as a signet : for I have ch.
Zeoh. 7. 12 theymadetheir hearts, .an adamant stone
9. 13 made thee as the sword of a mighty man
10. 3 hath made them as his goodly horse in the
12. 2 I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling
12. 3 in that day will I make Jerusalem a bur.
12. 6 In that day will I make the governors of
18. To set, place, DIB> sum.
Ezra 5. 13 made a decree to build this house of God
5.14 Sheshbazzar, whom he had made governor
6. i Then Darius the king made a decree, and
6. 3 Cyrus the king made a decree (concerning)
6. 8 I make a decree what ye shall do to the
6. ii I have made a decree, that whosoever s.
6. 12 I Darius have made a decree ; let it be d.
7. 13 I make a decree, that all they of the peo.
7. 21 I. .do make a decree to all the treasurers
Dan. 3. 10 Thou, O king, hast made a decree, that
3. 29 I make a decree, That every people, nat.
4. 6 Therefore made I a decree to bring in all
6. 26 I make a decree, That in every dominion
19. To set, put, lay, m? shith.
2 Sa. 22. 12 he made darkness pavilions round about
i Ki. ii. 34 I will make him prince all the days of his
Psa. 18. ii He made darkness his secret place ; his
21. 6 thou hast made him most blessed forever
21. 9 Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven in
21. 12 Therefore shalt thou make them turn th.
45. 16 whom thonmayest make princes in all
83. ii Make their nobles like Oreb and like Z.
83. 13 O my God, make them like a wheel; as the
84. 6 make it a well ; the rain also fllleth the
88. 8 thou hast made me an abomination unto
104. 20 Thou makest darkness, and it is night : w.
no. i until I make thine enemies thy foot stool
Isa. 1 6. 3 make thy shadow as the night in the midst
Jer. 2. 15 they made his land waste : his cities are
13. 16 he turn it. .(and)make (it)gross darkness
22. 6 surely I will make thee a wilderness, .ci.
50. 3 which shall make her land desolate, and
51. 39 In their heat I will make their feasts, and
20. To dig, prepare, fns karnh.
a Ch. 16. 14 iii his own sepulchres, which he had made
Psa. 7. 15 He made a pit, and digged it, and is fallen
21. To loose, unloose, in} nathar, 5.
2 Sa. 22. 33 God (is) my strength . . he maketh my way
22. To put, set, or lay out throughout, Staridtfj.at.
Acts 3. 25 of the covenant which God made with our
Heb. 8. 10 this (is)the covenant that I wjll make 10,10
23. To give, SiScapi didomi, 2Th. 3. 9 ; Rev. 3. 9.
24. To make an end of, liriTtKfu epiteleO.
Heb. 8. 5 when he was about to make the tabern.
25. To be, dfii eimi.
Marki2. 42 threw in twomites, whichmakea farthiiig
26. To set down, jcafl/imj/ij kathistSmi.
Matt 24. 45 whom his lord hath made ruler over his
24. 47 he shall make him ruler over all his goods
25. 21, 23! will make thee ruler over many things
Lukei2. 14 Man, who made me a judge or a divider
12. 42 lord shall make ruler over his household
12. 44 he will make him ruler over all that he
Acts 7. 10 he made him governor over Egypt and all
7- 27, 35 Who made thee a ruler and a judge ?
Rom. 5. 19 tor as by one. .many were made sinners
5. 19 by the obedience of one shall many be m.
Heb. 7. 28 the law maketh men high priests which
2 Pe. i. 8 they make.. neither.. barren nor unfruit.
27. Topreparethoroughly,KaTa<TKtva((,> kataskeuazd.
Heb. 9. 2 For there was a tabernacle made; the first
28. To make, found, xrifa ktizS.
Eph. 2. 15 to make in himself of twain one new man
29.7*0 do, make, iroiiw poieG.
Matt. 3. 3 the way of the Lord, make his paths str.
4. 19 Follow me.. I will make you fishers of men
5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or b.
12. 16 charged, .they should not make him kn.
12. 33 make the tree good. .or. .make the treec.
17. 4 let us make here three tabernacles; one
19. 4 he which [made], .at the beginning made
20. 12 thou hast made them equal unto us, which
21. 13 My house, .ye have made it a den of thi.
22. 2 a certain king, which made a marriage for
23. 15 to make one proselyte; and when he is m.
23. 15 ye make him twofold more the child of h
25. 16 with the same, and [made], .other five ta.
Mark i. 3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his
1.17! will make you to become fishers of men
3. i2charged. .they should not make him known
6. 21 Herod, on his birth day made a supper to
7. 37 he maketh both the deaf to hear, and the
8. 25 [made him look up] : and he was restored
9. 5 let us make three tabernacles ; one for thee
10. 6 from the beginning. .God made them male
11. 1 7 My house., ye have made it a den of thieves
Luke 3. 4 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his
5. 29 Levi made him a great feast in his own h.
5. 33 fast often, and make prayers, and likewise
5. 34 Can ye make the children of the bride ch.
9. 33 let us make three tabernacles ; one for
11. 40 did not he that made that, .without make
14. 12 When thou makest a dinner or a supper
14. 13 when thou makest a feast, call the poor
14. 16 A certain man made a great supper, and
15. 19 no more, .make me as one of thy hired s.
16. 9 Make to yourselves friends of the mammon
19. 46 My house . . ye have made it a den of thieves
John 2. 15 when he had made a scourge of small cords
2. 16 make not my Father s house an house of
4. i that Jesus made and baptized more disc.
4. 46 Cana of Galilee, where he made the water
5. 1 1 He that made me whole, the same said
5. 15 it was Jesus which had made him whole
5. 18 God was his Father, making himself equal
6. 10 And Jesus said, Make the men sit down
6. 15 come and take him by force, to make him
7. 23 I have made a man every whit whole on
8. 53 the prophets are dead: whom makest thou
9. 6 he spat on the ground, and made clay of
9. ii Jesus made clay, and anointed mine eyes
9. 14 Jesus made the clay, and opened his eyes
10. 33 that thou, being a man, makest thyself G.
12. 2 There they made him a supper; and Ma.
14. 23 we will come unto him, and make our ab.
18. 18 had made a fire of coals ; for it was cold
19. 7 because he made himself the Son of God
19. 12 whosoever maketh himself a king speak.
19. 23 took his garments, and made four parts
Acts -i. i The former treatise have I made, O The.
2. 36 God hath made that same Jesus, whom ye
3. 12 or holiness we had made this man to w.T
4. 14 Lord, thou (art) God, which hast made h.
7. 40 Saying unto Aaron, Makeus gods to go be.
7. 43 figures which ye made to worship them
7. 44 should make it according to the fashion
7. 50 Hath not my hand made all these things?
8 . 2 devout men . . made great lamentation over
9. 39 the coats and garments which Dorcas m.
14. 15 unto the living God, which made heaven
17. 24 God that made the world and all things
17. 26 hath made of one blood all nations of mem
19. 24 which made silver shrines for Diana, br.
23. 13 they were more than forty which had m.
Rom. i. 9 that without ceasing I make mention of
9. 20 say to him ..Why hast thou made me thus?
9. 21 to make one vessel unto honour, and an.
9. 28 a short work will the Lord make upon the
13. 14 make not provision for the flesh, to. .th
15. 26 to make a certain contribution for the p.
i Co. 6. 15 and make (them) the members of an bar.
10. 13 make a way to escape, that ye maybeabto
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2 Co. 5. 21 he hath made him. .sin for us, who knew
.Eph. i. 16 thanks . . making mention of you in my pr.
2. 14 he is our peace, who hath made both one
z. 15 of twain one new man, (so) making peace
4, 16 maketh increase of the body unto the edi.
Phil. i. 4 Always .. for you all making request with
i 1 h. i. 2 always .. making mention ol you in our p.
1 Ti. 2. i prayers, intercessions . . be made for all m.
I hil. 4 making mention of thee always in my pr.
Heb. i. 2 heir of all things, by whom also he made
j. 7 Who maketh his angels spirits, and his
8. 5 thou make all things according to the pa.
8. 9 the covenant that 1 made with their fat.
12. 13 make straight paths for your feet, lest that
12. 27 that are shaken, as of things that are m.
Jag. 3. 1 8 is sown in peace of them that makepeace
2 Pe. i. 10 to make your calling and election sure: for
i Jo. T. 10 we make him a liar, and his word is not
5. 10 he that believeth not God hath made him
Rev. i. 6 hath made us kings and priests unto God
3. 9 I will make them to come and worship be.
3. 12 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar
5. 10 hast made us unto our God kings and pr.
11. 7 the beast, .shall make war against them
12. 17 went to make war with the remnant of
13. 7 [it was given unto him to make war with]
13. 13 [he maketh] fire come down from heaven
13. 14 they should make an image to the beast
14. 7 worship him that made heaven, and earth
17. 16 shall make her desolate and naked, and
19. 19 gathered together to;make war against h.
21. 5 Behold, I make all things new. And ho
22. 15 and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie
30. To hand forth, TrpoxtLpiop.a.i procheirizoinai.
Acts 26. 16 to make thee a minister and a witness
31. To speak, utter, 4pea erd.
Gal. 3. 16 Now to Abraham, .were the promises m.
32.ro place together, set, ffvvlff-rtim sunistemi.
Gal. 2. 18 if I build . .1 make myself a transgressor
33. To end with, accomplish, ffvvTf\tca sunteleii.
Heb. 8. 8 when I will make a new covenant with
34. To set, put, lay, riOi}^i tithemi.
Matt22. 44 Sit.. till I make thine enemies thy foots.?
Markiz. 36 Sit. .till I make thine enemies thy footst.
Luke2o. 43 Till I make thine enemies thy footstool
Acts 2. 35 Until I make thy foes thy footstool
20. 28 the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers
Rom. 4. 17 I have made thee a father of many nati.
i Co. 9. 18 I may make the gospel of Christ without
Heb. i. 13; 10. 13; 2 Pe 2. 6.
35. To cast orput together, <n^t/3aAXw tis, Lu. 14. 31
[See also Abhorred, abide, abominable, about, account
of, accursed, ado, affected, afraid, alive, ashamed,
astonished, amazed, amends, appointment, approach,
atonement, bald, banquet, bear, beams, bed, better,
bitter, boast, boil, brick, bright, bring forth, broad,
cakes, calf, cease, cheerful, childless, clean, cleave,
come up, confession, conspiracy, consume, count,
crooked, cry, dark, deep, defence, desolate, differ, dif
ference, distribution, doubt, drink, drunk, drunken,
dry, dust, dwell, eat, empty, end, endanger, enjoy,
enquiry, equal, err, eunuch, excuse, fail, fall, fast, fat,
few, firm, first born, fit, flee, flourish, fly, fold, foolish,
fools, forget, free, fret, friend, friendship with, fruitful,
full, gain, glad, glorious, go, go forth, go over, go up,
good, goodly, great, great man, grievous, grow, hard,
haste, hear, heard, heavy, hedge, high, honourable,
hope, howl, increase, inhabited, inherit, inquisition,
intercession, invasion, journey, joyful, joyful noise,
keep (house), king, kneel down, know, known, labour,
lament, large, league, liar, lie down, light, lighter, like,
long, lower, many, marriages, matter, meet, melody,
melt, mention, mention of, merchandise, merry, mirth,
mock, more, move, multiply, murmur, naked, nest,
noise, obedient, obeisance, obstinate, odious, offend,
offender, oil, old, oration, overflow, overseer, pass,
pass by, pay, payment, peace, perfect, perish, plain,
plenteous, poor, possess, prayer, precious, preparation,
princes, proclamation, promise, prosper, prosperous,
provision, queen, ready, reconciliation, refuge, reign,
rejoice, remembered, rent, request, rest, restitution,
return, rich, ride, rise up, rode, room, rot, rule, ruler,
run away, rushing, sad, search, see, separation, serve,
servants, shake, show, shine, shipwreck, signs, sin,
singular, skip, slaughter, sleep, sit down, sit together,
small, soft, sore, sorry, sound, speed, spoil, sport, stag
ger, stand, stiff, stink, stoop, straight, strange, strong,
stronger, suck, subject, suddenly, suit, supplication,
sure, swear, sweet, swell, swim, tinkling, transgress,
treasurer, tremble, trouble, trust, tumult, turn, under
stand, uproar, vain, vile, void, walk, wander, war,
waste, weak, weary, which, white .whole, wide, willing,
wise, wiser, wonderful, wonderfully.]
MAKE as though, to
T" make toward, irpoo-iroieo/xcu prospoieomai.
Luke24. 28 he made as though he would have gone
BAKE away, utterly to
To devote (to God by destruction), C~m charam, 5.
L)an. ii. 44 to destroy, and utterly to make away m.
MAKE ^baldness), to
To make bald, rrjij qarach.
Lev. 21. s They shall not make baldness upon their
MAKE (bed), to
1. To turn over, change, ijsrr hapkak.
Psa. 41. 3 thou wilt make all his bed in hia sickne8
2. To spread out, 15^ raphad, 3.
Job 17. 13 If I wait. .1 have made my bed in the da.
MAKE (breach), to
To break forth, p? parats.
2 Sa. 6. 8 the LOKD had made a breach upon t zzah
1 Ch. 13. ii the LORD hud made a breach upon I zzu
15. 13 Loui> our (jod made a breach upon us, for
MAKE (brick), to
To make brick, J3^ laben.
Gen. ii. 3 let us make brick, and burn them thro.
Exod. 5. 7 no more, .give straw to make brick, as
MAKE(burning )to
To make a burning, f^y saraph.
2 Ch.ifi. 14 and they made a very great burning for
MAKE cakes, to
To make cakes.
3jJ> labab, 3.
2 Sa. 13. 6 make me a couple of cakes in my sight
13. 8 made cakes iu his sight, and did bake the
MAKE choice, to
To lay or choose out, tK\tyo/j.ai eklegomai.
Acts 15. 7 how that a good while ago God made ch.
MAKE (conspiracy), to
To conspire, bind together, ~vy$ qashar.
2 Ki.i2. 20 his servants arose, and made a conspiracy
14. 19 they made a conspiracy against him in J.
15. 15 Shallum, and his conspiracy which hem.
15. 30 Hoshea. .made a conspiracy against Pek.
2 Ch.25- 27 they made a conspiracy ugainst him inJ.
MAKE (covenant or league), to
To cut or prepare, rnj karath.
Gen. 15. 18 the LORD made a covenant with Abram
21.27 Kave and both of them made a covenant
21. 32 Thus they made a covenant at Beer-sheba
26. 28 said . . let us make a covenant with thee
31. 44 let us make a covenant, I and thou ; and
Exod23. 32 Thou shalt make no covenant with them
24. 8 of the covenant, which the LORD hath m.
34. 10 I make a covenant: before all thy people
34. 12, 15 lest thou make a covenant with the in.
34. 27 I have made a covenant with thee and
Ueut. 4. 23 lest ye forget the covenant of the LORD
5. 2 LORD our God made a covenant with us
5. 3 LORD made not this covenant with our
7. 2 thou shalt make no covenant with them
9. 9 of the covenant which the LORD made
29. i covenant .. LORD commanded Moses torn.
29. i the covenant which he made with them
29. 12 covenant, .which the LORD, .maketh with
29. 14 Neither with you only do I make thisco.
29. 25 have forsaken the covenant, .he made
31. 16 break my covenant which I have made
Josh. 9. 6, 1 1 now therefore make ye a league with
9. 7 and how shall we make a league with you?
9. 15 made a league with them, to let them live
9. 1 6 after they had made a league with them
24. 25 Joshua made a covenant with the people
Judg. 2. 2 ye shall make no league with the iuhabi.
1 Sa. ii. i Make a covenant with us, and we will se.
ii. 2 On this., will I make (a covenant)with you
1 8. 3 Then Jonathan and David made a coven.
20. 16 So Jonathan made (a covenant) with the
23. 1 8 they two made a covenant before the LORD
2 Sa. 3. 12 Make thy league with me, and, behold, my
3. 13 I will make a league with thee : but one
3. 21 that they may make a league with thee
5. 3 David made a league with them in Heb.
1 Ki. 5. 12 and they two made a league together
8. 9 when the LORD made (a covenant) with
8. 21 the ark, wherein (Is) the covenant, .he ma.
20. 34 he made a covenant with him, and sent
2 Ki. ii. 4 made a covenant with them, and took an
ii. 17 Jeholada made a covenant between theL.
17. 15 they rejected . .his covenant that he made
17- 35 "With whom the LORD had made a coven.
17. 38 the covenant that I have made with you
23. 3 made a covenant before the LORD, to walk
1 Ch. 1 1. 3 David made a covenant with them in Heb.
:6. 1 6 (Even of the covenant) which he made
2 Ch. 5. 10 when the LORD made (a covenant) with
6. ii covenant of the LORD, that he made with
21. 7 because of the covenant that he had made
23. 3 all the^congregation made a covenant with
23. 16 Jehoiada made a covenant between him
29. 10 to make a covenant with the LORD God
34. 31 made a covenant before the LORD, to walk
Ezra 10. 3 let us make a covenant with our God to
Neh. 9. 8 madest a covenant with him, to give the
9. 38 because of all this we make a sure (coven.)
Job 31. i I made a covenant with mine eyes ; why
41. 4 Will he make a covenant with thee ? wilt
Psa. 50. 5 that have made a covenant with me by sa.
89. 3 I have made a covenant with my chosen
105. 9 Which (covenant) he made with Abraham
Isa. 28. 13 We have made a covenant with death, and
55. 3 I will make an everlasting covenant with
57. 8 and made thee (a covenant) with them
61. 8 I will make an everlasting covenant with
Jer. ii. 10 have broken my covenant which I made
31. 31 I will make a new covenant with the ho.
31. 32 Not according to the covenant that I made
31. 33 the covenant that I will make with the
32. 40 I will make an everlasting covenant with
34. 8 Zedekiah had made a covenant with all
34. 13 I made a covenant with your fathers in
34. 15 ye had made a covenant before me in the
34. 1 8 words of the covenant which they had m.
Eze. 17. 13 made a covenant with him, and hath ta.
34. 25 1 will make with them a covenant of peace
37. 20 I will make a covenant of peace with tliem
Hos. 2. 1 8 in that day will I make a covenant lor
10. 4 swearing falsely in making a covenant
12. i they do make a covenant with the Assy.
Zech.ii. 10 1 might break my covenant which I. .rn.
MAKE (cuttings), to
To cut in, make an incision, Bn;1 sarat.
Lev. 21. 5 They shall not . . make any cuttings in their
MAKE (ensample), to
To give, 5f8a>/tt didomi.
2 Th. 3. 9 to make ourselves an ensample unto you
Rev. j. 9 1 will make them of the synagogue of Sa.
MAKT) for, things which -
The things, rd ta.
Rom. 14. 19 follow after the things which make for p.
MAKE full (proof) of, to
To bear on fully, ir\ripo<f>optu jtlerophored.
2 Ti. 4. 5 watch thou. .make full proof of thy min.
MAKE glorious, to
To make honourable or glorious, 5o|oa> doxazd.
__
2 Co. 3. 10 even that which was made glorious had
MAKE (go) up and down, to
To more, shake, stagger, wander, yj nua.
2 Sa. 15. 20 should 1.. make thee go up and down with
MAKE (interpretations), to
To interpret, ~ff$ peshar.
Dan. 5.16 thou canst make interpretations, and dis.
MAKE (a king), to
To make a king, cause to reign, V1
?? malak, 5.
1 Sa. 8. 22 LORD said..Hearken..and make them a ki.
12. i I have hearkened .. and have made a king
MAKE mad. to
To turn round to racing, irfpirpfirta tis ^aviav.
Acts 26. 24 Paul..much learning doth make theem.
MAKE merchandise, to
To travel, traffic, cheat, 4/j.iropfvo/j.ai. emporeuom-ai.
2 Pe. 2. 3 with feigned words make merchandise of
MAKE (noise), to
To cause to hear or be heard, fcSf shamea, 5.
Josh. 6. 10 ye shall not. .make any noise with your
MAKE (ointment), to >.
To mix, compound, np~i raqach.
i Ch. 9. 30 the priests made the ointment of the sp
MAKE out, to
To set, 2>lace, lay, D fc
1
, cMff sum, sim.
Job 1.17 The Chaldeans made out three bands, and
MAKE peace, to
To make peace, tlpyvoiroifta eirenopoieo.
Col. i. 20 having made peace through the blood of
MAKE perfect, to
To make an end of, perfect, tirirtXfta epiteleo.
Gal. 3. 3 Are ye so foolish ?..are ye now made per.
MAKE (petition), to
To request, pray, seek, K^3 bea.
Dan. 6. 13 but maketh hispetition three times a day
MAKE (prayer or supplication), to
I. To entreat grace or favour, pn clianan, 7.
i Ki. 9. 3 and thy supplication that thou hast made
2. To judge for oneself", ty^palal, 7.
1 Ki. 8. 29 the prayer which thy servant shall make
2 Ch. 6. 21 supplications., which they shall make to.
HAKE ready, to
I. Finished, perfect, whole, chy shalem.
1 Ki. 6. 7 of stone made ready before it was bron.
2.7*0 make ready, frotfjidfa hctoimazo.
Mattz6. 19 And the disciples, .made ready the pass.
Marki4. 15 large upper room, .there make ready for
14. 16 And his disciples, .made ready the pass.
Luke i. 17 to make ready a people prepared for the
9. 52 they went . . into a village . . to make ready
17. 8 ; 22. 12 ; 22. 13 ; Acts 23. 23 ; Rev. 19. 7.
MAKE up beforehand
T<: make fully ready beforehand, irpoKXTaprifa.
2 Co. 9. 5 and make up beforehand your bounty
MAKE self
[See Fair, known, many, poor, prey, prince, prophet, rich,
sick, strong, unclean, wise.]
MAKE (slaughter), to
To smite, npj nakah, 5.
i Sa. 14. 14 that first slaughter which Jonathan . . ma.
MAKE to rise, to
To rise or spring up, raise, avare\\ea anatell<~.
Matt. 5. 45 he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and
MAKE toward, to
To hold dou~n, Karfxu katecho.
Acts 27. 40 unto the sea. .and made toward shore
MAKE
up, to
1 To hcdoc about, make, a hedge, -na gadar.
Eze 1 3. 5 neither made up the hedge for the house
22. 30 for a man. .that should make up the he.
2. To perfect, finish, complete, ^3 kelal, 5a.
Ezra < .Who hath commanded., to make up this
5. 9Who commanded you . .to make up these
MAKE (vow), to
To vow. 11} nadar.
Jon. 1. 16 a sacrifice unto the LORD, and made vows
MAKE (wall), to
To hedae, hedge about, i-a gadar.
Hos. 2. 6 I will, -make a wall, that she shall not ttud
MAKE (war), to
To cast or throw together with, ffvn&a.\Xta sumba.
Lukei4. 31 Or what king, going to make war against
MAKER
1 . (Iraver, tryj charash.
Isa. 45. 16 go to confusion together (that are) makers
.2. To form, i*; yatsar.
Isa t* Q Woe unto him thatstnveth with his mak.!
2) xi LORD, the Holy One of Israel, and his Ma.
Hab 2 18 thattheniakerthereofhathgraven it; the
2. 18 that the maker of his work trusteth ther.
-3.ro do, make, Xyy asah.
Job 4 17 shall a man be more pure than his maker.
-,2 22 For. .my maker would soon take me away
^ 10 But none saith, Where (is) God my maker
Psa 95. 6 let us kneel before the LORD our maker
Pi-ov 14 31 oppresseth the poor reproacheth his Ma.
17 5 mocketh the poor reproacheth his Maker
22. 2 rich and poor, .the LORD (is) the maker of
Isa 17 7 At that day shall a man look to his Maker
22 ii ye have not looked unto the maker the.
si ii forgettest the LORD thy maker, that hath
54 5 For thy Maker (is) thine husband ; Tlie
Jer v 2 Thus saith the LORD, the maker thereof
Hos. 8. 14 For Israel hath forgotten his Maker, and
4. To work, make, .
Job 36. 3 and will ascribe righteousness to my M.
5. Worker, doer, hys [pool] ; otherwise bys poal.
Isa. i. 31 and the maker of it as a spark, and they
6. .4 public worker, 5-n/j.tovpyds demiourgos.
Heb.n. 10 a city, .whose builderand maker (is)God
MAK-HE -LOTH, nVipg assemblies.
The twenty-first station of Israel from Egypt . Locality
uncertain.
X1111133. 25 removed from Haradah, and pitched in M.
33 26 they removed from M., and encamped at
MAK-KE -DAH, rr\W place of shepherds.
A city twelve miles S.W. of Jerusalem, in the plain
country of Judah, near Naamah ; now called Mughar.
Joh.io. 10 and smote them to Azekah, and untoM.
10. 16 fled, and hid themselves in a cave at M.
10. 17 The five kings, .found hid in acave at M.
10. 21 returned to the camp to Joshua at M. in
10 28 that day Joshua took M., and smote it
10 28 he did to the king of M. as he did unto
10 29 Then Joshua passed from M., and all Isr.
ia. i? The king of M., one ; the king of Beth-el
15! 41 Beth-dagou, and Naamah, andM. ; sixt.
MAKING
To do, make, n?y asah.
Eccl.iz. 12 of making many books (there is) no end
MAKING, wares of
Work, deed, doing, .tyyo maaseh.
Eze. 27. 16, 18 the multitude of the wares of thy m.
MAK -TESH, rrOD depression.
A district in or near Jerusalem where merchants traded.
Zeph. i. ii Howl, ye inhabitants of M., for all the m.
MAL-A -CHI, ?^0 messenger ofJah.
The last of the O. T. prophets. B.C. 400-300.
Mai. i . i The burden of the word . . to Israel by M.
MAL -CHAM, caSp thinking.
1. Son of Shaharaim, a Benjamite. B.C. 1350.
i Ch. 8. g begat of Hodesh his wife.. Mesha, andM.
2. An idol of the Ammonites. Supposed the same
with Molech and Milcom. (Amos i. 15.)
Zeph i. 5 swear by the LORD, and that swear by M.
MAL-CHI -AH, MAL-CHI -JAH, n.gS? Jah is king.
1. A Gershonite, ancestor of Asaph, a leader of the
singing in David s reign. B.C. 1015.
i Ch. 6. 40 Michael, the son of Baaseiah. .SDH of M.
2. An Aaronite (B.C. 630) whose descendants dwelt in
Jerusalem after the captivity. B.C. 445.
i Ch. q. 12 the son of Pashur, the son of M., and M.
Neh. ii. 12 Zechariah, the son of Pashur . .son of M.
3. The head of a family of priests when the charges of
the sanctuary were assigned by lot. B.C. 1015. Per
haps the same as No. 2.
i Ch. 24. 9 The fifth to M., the sixth to Mijamin
4. One who had taken a strange wife during or after
the captivity. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 25 of the sons of Parosh ; Ramiah. .M., and
5. Another who had done the same.
Ezra 10. 25 Miamin, and Eleazar, and M., and Bena.
033
6. Another who had done the same.
Ezra 10. 31 Eliezer, Ishijah, M.,Shemaiah, Shimeon
7. One who assisted in reparing the wall after the cap
tivity. B.C. 456. May be the same as No 6.
Neh. 3. ii M. ..son ofHarim, andHashub. .son of P.
8. One of the Rechab family, who did the same.
Neh. 3. 14 But the dung gate repaired M. the son of
9. Another who did the same. May be the same as
No. 7 or 8.
Neh. 3. 31 After him repaired M. the goldsmith s son
10. A prince or Levite who stood beside Ezra while he
read the law. B.c 445.
Neh. 8. 4 on his left hand. .M., and Hashum, and
11. A priest who assisted in purifying the wall of Jeru
salem. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 3 Pashur, Amariah, M.
is. 42 Jehohanan, and M., aud Elam, and Lzer
12. Father of Pashur whom Zedekiah sent to Jeremiah
to consult the Lord B.C. 630.
Jer 2i. i Pashur the son of Melchiah, and
38. i Pashur the son of M., heard the words
MAL-CHI -EL, ^N ^l? God is a king.
A son of Beriah, son of Asher. B.C. 1660.
Gen 46 17 and the sons of Beriah ; Heber and M.
Nuni26. 45 Of the sons of Beriah. .of M., the family
i Ch. 7. 31 sons of Beriah ; Heber, and M., who (is)
MAL-CHI-EL-ITES, ^N 9^.
The descendants of the preceding.
Num26. 45 the sons of . .Malchiel, thefamilyof theM.
MAL-CHI -KAM, m;?S? my king is exalted.
Son or grandson of Jeconiah, son of Jehoiakim king of
Judah. B.C. 580.
i Ch. 3. 18 M. also, and Pedaiah, and Shenazar, Jec.
MAL-CHI -SHTJA See Melchi-shua.
MAL -CHUS, Ma\x s counsellor.
A servant of the high priest whose ear Peter cut off,
but who was healed by Jesus.
JohmS. 10 the high priest s .. servant s name was M.
MALE
I.A male, IT] zakur.
Exod2^. 17 Three times in the year all thy males sh.
Deutio. 16 Three times in a year shall all thy males
20. 13 thou shalt smite every male thereof with
1.A man, individual, e> N ish.
Gen. 7. 2 the male and his female . .the male and
3. Male, 121 zakar.
Gen. i. 27 God . . male and female created he them
5 2 Male and female created he them ; and
6. 19 with thee ; they shall be male and female
7. 3 the male and the female ; to keep seed
7. 9 went in two and two. .the male and the
7. 16 went in male and female of all flesh, as
17. 23 every male among the men of Abraham s
34. 15 If ye will be as we. .that every male of
34. 22 if every male among us be circumcised
34. 24 every male was circumcised, all that w.
4. 25 came upon the city . .and slew all the m.
Exodi2. 5 a male of the first year : ye shall take (it)
1 2. 48 let all his males be circumcised, and then
13. 12 every firstling, .the males(shall be)theL.
13. 15 all that openeth the matrix, being males
Lev. i. 3 let him offer a male without blemish : he
1. 10 he shall bring it a male without blemish
3. i whether (it be) a male or female, he shall
3. 6 male or female, he shall offer it without
4. 23 he shall bring..a kid. .a male without ble.
5. 1 8 All the males among the children of Aaron
6. 29 All the males among the priests shall eat
7. 6 Every male among the priests shall eat
12. 7 for her that hath born a male or a female
22. 19 at your own will a male without blemish
27. 3 the male from twenty years old even unto
27. 5, 6 then thy estimation shall be of the male
27. 7 if (it be) a male, then thy estimation shall
Num. i. 2 Take ye the sum . .every male by their p.
i. 20, 22 every male from twenty years old and
3. 15 every male from a month old and upward
3. 22 according to the number of all the males
3. 28, 34, 39all the males, from a month old and
3. 40 Number all the first born of the males of
3 . 43 all the first born males by the number of
5 . 3 Both male and female shall ye put out
18. 10 every male shall eat it : it shall be holy
26. 62 all males from a month old and upward
31. 7 they warred, .and they slew all the males
31. 17 kill every male among the little ones, and
Dent. 4. 16 any figure, the likeness of male or female
15. 19 All the firstling males that come of thy h.
Josh. 5. 4 males, (even) all the men of war, died in
17. 2 the male children of Manasseh the son of
Judgai. n Ye shall utterly destroy every male, and
21. 12 had known no man by lying with any m.
1 Ki. 1 1. 15 after he had smitten every male in Edom
ii. 16 until he had cut off every male in Edom
2 Ch-3i. 16 Besides their genealogy of males,from thr.
31. 19 to give portions to all the males among
Ezra 8. 3 were reckoned by genealogy of the males
8. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, ii, 12 and with him..m.
8. 13 last sons, .and with them threescore m.
8. 14 the sons also, .and with them seventy m.
Hal. i. 14 which hath in his flock a male, and voweth
MAN
4. ,4 ma.lf, &pffi\v arsen.
Matt 19. 4 at the beginning made them male and fe.
Slarkio. 6 But. .God made them male and female
Luke 2. 23 Every male that openeth the womb shall
(ial. 3. 28 there is neither male nor female : for ye
MALEFACTOR
\.Eeil doer, icaKo-notus kakopoios.
Johm8. 30 If he were not a malefactor, we would not
2.Evil worker, Kaxovpyos kakovryos.
Luke23. 32 there were also two others, malefactors
23. 33 there they crucified him, and the malefa.
23. 39 one of the malefactors which were hanged
MA-LE-LE -EL, Ma\(\ff)\ See Mahalaleel.
Luke 3. 37 Jared, which was (the son) of M., which
MALICE, MALICIOUSNESS
Ecil, badness, Kaxia kakia.
Rom. i. 29 Being filled with all. .maliciousness ; full
i Co. 5. 8 neither with the leaven of malice and w.
14. 20 in malice be ye children, but in underst.
Eph. 4. 31 all. .be put away from you, with all mal.
Col. 3. 8 also put otf all these ; anger, wrath, mal.
Titus 3. 3 living in malice and envy, hateful, .hating
i Pe. 2. i laying aside all malice, and all guile, aud
2. 16 for a cloke of maliciousness, but as the
MALICIOUS
Laborious, evil, irovjjpds poneros.
3 John 10 prating against us with malicious words
MALIGNITY
Evil disposition, Kcuco^0ia kakoetlieia.
Rom. i. 29 full of envy..deceit, malignity; whisperers
MAL-LO -THI, nt*?? Jah is speaking, or splendid.
One of the sons of Heman, set over the service of song.
B.C. 1015.
i Ch.25. 4 the sons of Heman, Joshbekashah, M.
25. 26 The nineteenth to M., (he), his sons, and
MAL -LTJCH, Tp
1
?? counsellor.
1. A Merarite whose descendant Ethan was set over
the service of song by David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch. 6. 44 son of Kishi, the son of Abdi.the son of M.
2. A son of Bani who had taken a strange wife. B.C.
456.
Ezra 10. 29 the sons of Bani ; Meshullam, M., and A.
3. One of the family of Harim that ha l done the same.
Ezra 10. 32 Benjamin, M., (and) Shemariah
4. A priest who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 4 Hattush, Shebaniah, M.
12. 2 Amariah, M., Hattush
5. A chief of the people that did the same.
Neh. 10. 27 M., Harim, Baanah
MALLOWS
Salt plant rnVo malluach.
Job 30. 4 Who cut up mallows by the bushes, and
MAMMON
Wealth, riches, fj.ap.fj.ufas mammonas (Aram.pDC).
Matt. 6. 24 No man . . Ye cannot serve God and mam.
Luke 1 6. 9 Make to yourselves friends of the mam.
1 6. ii not been faithful in the unrighteous ma.
16 n No. .Ye cannot serve God and mamnwn J
MAM -HE, tryy) firmness, vigour.
1. A place, two miles N. of Hebron, with oaks; now
Rameh or Ramel
Gen. 13. 1 8 Abram.. came and dwelt in the plain of M.
18 i the LORD appeared . . in the plains of M.
23. 17 Machpelah, which (was) before M., the ft.
23 19 cave of the field of Machpelah before M.
25. Q cave of Machpelah . . which (is) before M.
05 27 Jacob came, .unto M., unto the city of A.
40 70 field of Machpelah, which (is) before M.
50. 13 cave of the field of Machpelah . .before M.
2. An Amorite, confederate with Abraham.
Gen. 14. 13 he dwelt hi the plain of M. the Amorite
14. 24 Save only., the portion of. .Eschol, andM.
MAN, (man s, of)
l.A man, human being, cnx adam.
Gen i 26 Let us make man in our image, after our
1. 97 So God created man in his (own) image
2 <; and (there was) not a man to till the gro.
2 7 God formed man (of) the dust of the gro.
2 7 breathed, .and man became a living soul
2 8 there he put the man whom he had formed
2 is God took the man, and put him into the
2. 16 the LoRDGod commanded the man, saying
2 1 8 not good that the man should be alone
2. 22 which the LORD God had taken from man
2 22 woman, and brought her unto the man
2 25 were both naked, the man and his wife
3 ! 12 man said, The woman whom thou gavest
3 . 22 Behold, the man is become as one of us, to
3 ->4 So he drove out the man ; and he placed
5 . i In the day that God created man, in the
6. i when men began to multiply on the face
6. 2 sons of God saw the daughters of men that
6. 3 My spirit shall not always strive with m.
6. 4 came in unto the daughters of men, and
6. 5 saw that the wickedness of man (was) gr.
6. 6 repented the LORD that he had made man
6. 7 I will destroy man. .both man, and beast
7. 21 creepeth upon the earth, and every man
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Gen. 7. 23 both man, and cattle, and the creeping
8. 21 curse the ground any more for man s sake
8. 21 for the imagination of man s heart(is) evi
9. 5 will I require it, and at the hand of inui
9. 5 at the hand . . will I require the life of mai
9. 6 Whoso sheddeth man s blood, by man shal
9. 6 for in the image of God made he man
ii. 5 tower, which the children of men huildei
16. T2 he will be a wild man ; his hand (will be
Ei .xl 4.11 Who hath made man s mouth? or who m
8. 17 it became lice in man and in beast ; all tl..
8. 1 8 there were lice upon man and upon beas
9. 9, 10 breaking forth
(with) Mains upon man
9. 19 every man and beast which shall befounc
9. 22 that there may bo hail, .upon man, and
9. 25 the hail smote, .both man and boast ; am
12 12 will smite all. .both man and beast ; and
13. 2 whatsoever, .(both) of man and of beast
13. 13 the first born of man among thy childivi
13. 15 both the first born of man, and the first
30. 32 Upon man s flesh shall it not be poured
33. 20 for there shall no man see me, and live
Lev. i. 2 If any man of you bring an offering unto
5. 3 whatsoeveruncleanness(itbe)that a man
5. 4 that a man shall pronounce with an oath
6. 3 in any of all these that a man doeth, sin.
7. 21 the uucleanness of man, or (any) unclean
13. 2 When a man shall hare in the skin of his
13. 9 When the plague of leprosy is in a man
16. 17 there shall be no man in the tal>ernacle
18. 5 which if a man do, he shall live in them
22. 5 a man of whom he may take uncleanness
24. 17 he that killeth any man shall surely be
24. 20 as he hath caused a blemish in a man, so
24. 21 he that killeth a man, he shall be put to
27. 28 no devoted thing that a man shall devote
27. 29 devoted, which shall be devoted of men, s.
Num. 3. 13 I hallowed, .both man and beast; mine
5. 6 or woman shall commit any sin that men
8. 17 all the first born, .man and beast : on
9. 6, 7 defiled by the dead body of a man
12. 3 above all the men which (were) upon the
16. 29 die the common death of all men, or if
16. 29 l>e visited after the visitation of all men
16. 32 the men that (appertained) unto Korah
18. 15 of men. .nevertheless the firstborn of man
19. ii. 13 toucheth the dead body of any man
19. 14 This (is) the law, when a man dieth in a
19. 16 whosoever toucheth. .a bone of a man, or
23. 19 that he should lie; neither the son of man
31. ii they took all the spoil, .of men and of b.
31. 26 Take the sum of the prey, .of man and of
31. 47 Moses took one portion of fifty, .of man
Dent. 4. 28 serve gods, the work of men s hands, wood
4. 32 since the day that God created man upon
5. 24 seen this day that God doth talk with man
8. 3 that man doth not live by bread only
8. 3 but by every (word), .doth man live
20. 19 for the tree of the field (is) man s (life)
Josh. ii. 14 every man they smote with the edge of
14. 15 (which Arba was) a great man among the
Judgi6. 7, ii shall I be weak, and be as another man
16. 17 become weak, and be like any (other) man
1 8. 7, 28 had no business with (any) man
i Sa, 15. 29 for he (is) not a man, that he should repent
16. 7 not as man seeth ; for man looketh on
17. 32 Let no man s heart fail l>ecause of him
24. 9 Wherefore hearest thou men s words, say.
25. 29 Yet a man is risen to pursue thee, and
26. 19 but if (they be) the children of men, cur.
s Sa. 7. 14 with the stripes of the children of men
7. 19 (is) this the manner of man, O Lord GOD?
23. 3 He that ruleth over men (must be) just
24. 14 and let me not fall into the hand of man
i Ki. 4. 31 For he was wiser than all men ; than E.
8. 38 supplication soever be (made) by any man
8. 39 give to every man according to his ways
8. 46 tor (there is) no man that sinneth not, and
1 3. 2 and men s bones shall lie burnt upon thee
a Ki. 7. 10 neither voice of man, but horses tied, and
19. 18 nogods, but the work ofmen s hands, wood
23. 14 filled their places with the bones of men
23. 20 and burned men s Ixnies upon them, and
i Ch. 5. 21 two thousand, and of men an hundred th.
17. 17 according to the estate of a man of high
21. 13 but let rne not fall into the hand of man
29. i for the palace (is) not for man, but for the
* Ch. 6. 18 will God in very deed dwell with men on
6. 29 what prayer, .shall be made of any man
6. 30 render unto every man according unto all
6. 36 for (there is) no man which sinneth not
19. 6 ye judge not for man, but for the LORD
32. 19 (which were) the work of the hands of m.
Noh. 2. 10 there was come a man to seek the welfare
2. 12 neither!toldl(any)man what my God had
9. 29 which if a man do, he shall live in them
Job 5. 7 Yet man is born unto trouble, as the spa.
7. 20 do unto thee, O thou preserver of men?
ii. 12 though man be born (like) a wild ass s colt
14. i Man (that is) lx>rn of a woman (is) of few
14. 10 man giveth up the ghost, and where (is)
15. 7 (Art) thou the first man (that) was born?
16. 21 Oh that one might plead, .as a man. .for
20. 4 Knowest thou (not) this of old, since man
20. 29 This (is) the portion of a wicked man from
21. 4 As for me, (is) my complaint to man ? and
21. 33 every man shall draw after him, as (these
25. 6 How much less, .the son of man, (which
27. 13 This (is) the portion of a wicked man with
28. 28 unto man he said. Behold, the fear of the
32. 21 neither, .give flattering titles unto man
33. 17 That he may withdraw man (from his) p.
Job 33. 23 a messenger, .to show unto man his upr
34. ii For the work of a man shall he render
34. 15 All flesh shall perish together, and man
34. 29 whether (it be done), .against a man onl
35. 8 righteousness (may profit) the son of mu
36. 25 Every man may. .behold (it) afar off
36. 28 clouds do drop (and) distil upon man al
37. 7 He sealeth up the hand of every man ; tl.
38. 26 the wilderness, wherein (there is) no mai
Psa. 8. 4 and the sou of man, that thou visitest h
11. 4 behold, his eyelids try, the children of m
12. i tlu: faithful full from, .the children of 111
12. 8 The wicked walk . . when the vilest men
14. 2 looked down, .upon the children of men
17. 4 Concerning the worksof men, by the won
21. 10 their seed from among the children of m
22. 6 reproach of men, and despised of the pe
31. 19 that trust in thee before the sons of men
32. 2 Blessed (is) the man unto whom the Li >RI
33. 13 The LORD, .beholdeth all the sons of m.-i
36. 6 O LORD, thou preserves! man and beast
36. 7 the children of men put their trust undc
39. 5 man at his best state (is)altogether vanity
39. ii like a moth : surely every man (is) vanit;
45. 2 Thou art fairer than the children of mei
49. 12 man (being) in honour abideth not : he is
49. 20 Man (that is) in honour, anil understand
53. 2 looked down, .upon the children of men
56. ii I will not be afraid what man can do unto
57. 4 sons of men, whose teeth (are) spears anc
58. i do ye judge uprightly, O ye sons of men *
58. ii So that a man shall say, Verily (there is)
60. ii Give us help, .for vain (is) the help of m.
64. 9 all men shall fear, and shall declare the
66 . 5 (he is) terrible . . toward . . children of men
68. 18 thou hast received gifts for men ; yea
73. 5 neither are they plagued like (other) men
76. 10 Surely the wrath of man shall praise thee
78. 6oforsook. .tent(whiuh)heplaceaamongm.
80. 17 upon the son of man (whom) thou madest
82. 7 ye shall die like men, and fall like one of
84. 5 Blessed (is) the man whose strength (is)
84. 12 blessed (is) UK man that trusteth in thee
89. 47 wherefore hast thou made all men in v.?
90. 3 Thou . . sayest, Return, ye children of men
94. 10 he that teacheth man knowledge, (shall
94. ii LORD knoweth the thoughts of man, that
104. 14 herb for the service of man : that he may
104. 23 Man goeth forth unto his work and to his
105. 14 He suffered no man to do them wrong; yea
107. 8, 15, 2 1, 3 1 wonderful., to. .children of men !
108. 12 Give us help, .for vain (is)thehelp ofman
115. 4 silver and gold, the work of men s hands
115. 1 6 earth hath he given to the children of men
116. ii I said in my haste, All men (are) Hare
1 1 8. 61 will not fear : what can man do unto
118. 8 to trust, .than to put confidence in man
119. 134 Deliver me from the oppression of man
124. 2 on our side, when men rose up against us
135. 8 Who smote the first born . . both of man
135. 15 silver and gold, the work of men s hands
140. i Deliver me, O LORD, from the evil man
144. 3 what (is) man, that thou takest knowle.
144. 4 Man is like to vanity : his days (are) as a
145. 12 To make known to the sons of men his
146. 3 Put not your trust, .in the sou of man, in
Prov. 3 . 4 find favour, .in the sight of God and man
3. 13 Happy (is) the man. .and the man (that)
3. 30 Strive not with a man without cause, if he
8. 4 I call ; and my voice . . to the sons of man
8. 31 and my delights (were) with, .sons of men
8. 34 Blessed (is) the man that heareth me, w.
11. 7 When a wicked man dieth, (his) expect.
12. 3 man shall not be established by wicked.
12. 14 the recompence of a r>an s hands shall be
12. 23 A prudent man concealeth knowledge
12. 27 the substance of a diligent man (is) pre.
15. ii muchmore. .heartsof the children ofmen?
15. 20 but a foolish man despiseth his mother
16. i The preparations of the heart in man, and
16. 9 A man s heart deviseth his way : but the
17. 18 A man void of understanding striketh
18. 16 A man s gift maketh room for him, and
19. 3 foolishness of man perverteth his way
19. ii discretion of a man deferreth his anger
19. 22 desire of a man (is) his kindness : and a
20. 6 Most men will proclaim every one his own
20. 24 how can a man then understand his own
20. 25 (It is) a snare to theman(who)devoureth
20 27 The spirit of man (is) the candle of the L.
21. i6The man that wandereth out of the way
21. 20 treasure, .but a foolish man spendeth it
23. 28 andincreaseththetransgressorsamongm.
24. 9 and the scorner (is) an abomination torn.
24. 12 shall (not) he render to (every) man acco.
24. 30 vineyard of the man void of understand.
27. 19 As in water, .so the heart of man to man
27. 20 so the eyes of man are never satisfied
28. 2 by a man of understanding (and) knowl.
28. 12 but when the wicked rise, a man is hidden
28. 14 Happy(is)., man that fearethalway : but
28. 17 A man that doeth violence to the blood
28. 13 He that rebuketh a man, afterwards shall
28. 28 When the wicked rise, men hide themse.
29. 23 A man s pride shall bring him low : but
29. 25 fear of man bringeth a snare : but whoso
30. 2 anil have not the understanding of a man
3- M to devour, .the needy from (among) men
Eccl. i. 3 What profit hath a man of all his labour
1. 13 travail hath God given to the sons of man
2. 3 what (was) that good for the sons of men
2. 8 the delights of the sous of men, (as) mus.
Eccl. 2. 12 what (can) the man (do) that cometh after
2. 18 because I should leave it unto the man
2. 21 there is a man. .yet to a man that hath
2. 22 For what hath man of all his labour, ;.nd
2. 24 nothing better for a man, (than) that he
2. 26 giveth to a man that (is)good inhis -i-l,t
3. 10 God hatli iziven to the sons of men t" be
3. ii so that no man can find out thework that
3. 13 also that every man should eat and drink
3. 18 concerning the estate of the sous of men
3. 19 For that which befalleth the sons of men
3. 19 man hath no pre-eminence above a beast
3. 21 Who knoweth the spirit of man that-,,cth
3. 22 that a man should rejoice in his own works
5. 19 Every man also to whom God hath given
6. i There isanevil. .ft (to) commonamong m.
6. 7 All the labour of man (is) for his mouth
6. 10 it is known that it (is) man : neither may
6. ii there be many things., (is) man the better?
6. 12 who knoweth what (is) good for man in
6. i-2 who can tell a man what shall be after him
7. 2 for that (is) the end of all men ; and the
7. 14 to the end that man should find nothing
7. 20 For (there is) not a just man upon earth
7. 28 one man among a thousand have I found
7. 29 God hath made man upright; but they
8. i a man s wisdom maketh his face to shine
8. 6 the misery of man (is) great upon him
8. 8 (There is) no man that hath power over
8. 1 1 the heart of the sous of men is fully set
8. 15 a man hath no better thing under the sun
8. 17 a man cannot find out the work that is
8. 17 though a man labour to seek (it) out, yet
9. i no man knoweth either love or hatred (by)
9. 3 heart of the sons of men is full of evil
9. 12 For man also knoweth not his time : as
9. 12 so (are) the sous of men snared in an evil
9. 1 5 yet no man remembered that same poor
10. 14 man cannot tell what shall be ; and what
11. 8 if a man live many years, (and) rejoice in
12. 5 man goeth to his long home ; and the m
12. 13 FearGod..this(is)thewhole(duty)ofman
Isa 2. ii The lofty looks of man shall be humbled
2. 17 the loftiness of man shall be bowed down
2. 20 a man shall cast his idols of silver, and
2. 22 Cease ye from man, whose breath (is) in
6. ii the houses without man, and the land be
6. 12 the LORD have removed men far away, and
13. 12 even a man than the golden wedge of O.
17. 7 that day shall a man look to his Maker
22. 6 bare the quiver with chariots of men (and)
29. 19 the poor among men shall rejoice in the
29. 21 That make a man an offender for a word
31. 3 theEgyptians(are)men,andnotGod ;and
37. 19 the work of men s hands, wood and stone
38. 1 1 I shall behold man no more with the
43. 4 therefore will I give men for thee, and
44. ii they (are) of men : let them all be gathe.
44. 13 according to the beauty of a man ; that
44. 15 Then shall it be for man to bum : for he
45. 12 made the earth, and created man upon it
47. 3 and I will not meet (thee as) a man
51. 12 son of man(which)8hallbeniade(as)grass
52. 14 and his form more than the sons of men
56. 2 and the son of man (that) layeth hold on
58. s Is it . . a day for a man to affl ict his soul ?
Jer. 2. 6 through a land, .where no man dwelt .
4. 25 (there was) no man, and all the birds of the
7. 20 upon man, and upon beast, and upon the
9. 22 the carcases of men shall fall as dung
10. 14 Every man is brutish in (his) knowledge
10. 23 I know that the way of man (is) not in h.
16. 20 Shall a man make gods unto himself, and
17. 5 that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh
21. 6 inhabitants of this city, .man and beast
27. 5 the man and beast that (are) upon the g
31. 27 sow., house of Judah with the seed of man
31. 30 every man that eateth the sour grape, his.
32. 19 open upon all the ways of the sons of men
32. 20 set signs.. in Israel, and among(other) men
32. 43 (It is) desolate without man or beast ; it
33. 5 to fill them with the dead bodies of men
33. 10, 12 desolate without man and without b.
33. 10 withoutman, and without inhabitant, and
36. 29 cause to cease from thence man and beast
47. 2 the men shall cry, and all the inhabitants
49. 15 lo, I will make thee. .despised among men
49. 18 neither shall a son of man dwell in it
49. 33 abidethere, nor(auy)son of man dwell in
50. 3 they shall depart, both man and beast
50. 40 neither shall any son of man dwell therein
51. 14 fill thee with men, as with caterpillars
51. 17 Every man is brutish by (his) knowledge
51. 43 neither doth (any)son of man pass thereby
51. 62 shall remain in it, neither man nor beast
Lam. 3. 36 To subvert a man in his cause,*. the Lord
3. 39 Wherefore doth a living man complain, a
Eze. i. 5 appearance ; they had the likeness of a man
i. 8 (they had) the hands of a man under their
i. 10 they four had the face of a man, and the
1. 26 as the appearance of a man above upon
2. 1,3 And he said unto me. Son of man
2. 6 son of man, be not afraid of them, neither
2. 8 sou of man, hear what I say unto thee; Be
3. i, 3, 4, 10 he said unto me, Son of man
3. 17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman
3. 25 son of man, behold, they shall put bands
4. i son of man, take thee a tile, and lay it
4. 12 bake it with dung that cometh outofman
4. 15 I have given thee cow s dung for man s d.
4. 16 Son of man, behold, I will break the staff
5. i son of man, take thee a sharp knife, take
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Eze. 6. 2 Son of man, set thy (ace toward the mo.
7. 2 son of man, thus saith the LordOoD unto
8. 5, 8 Then said he unto in.-. Son of man
8. 6 Son o? man, seest thou what they do?
8. 12 Sou of man, hast thou seen what the an.
8. 15, 17 said.. Hast thou seen(this),O8on of man
10. 8 tin- form of a man s hand under their w.
10. 14 tile second face (was)the face of a man.and
10. 21 tin- likeness of the hands of a man (was)
11. 2 said lie unto me, Son of man, these (are)
ii 4 prophesy against them . .O son of man
11. 15 Son of man, thy brethren, (even) thy hre.
12. 2 Son of man, thou dwellest in the midst of
12. 3 son of man, prepare thee stuff for remov.
12. o Son of man, hath not the house of Israel
12! 18 Sou of man, eat thy bread with quaking
12. 22 Sonofman,what(is)thatproverb(that)ye
12. 27 Son of man, behold, (they of) the house
13. 2 Son of man, prophesy against the proph.
13. 17 thou son of man, set thy face against the
14. 3 Son of man, these men have et up their
14. 13 Son of man. when the land sinneth agai.
14 13, 17, 19, 21 cut off man and beast from it
15. 2 Son of man, What is the vine tree more
16. 2 Son of man, cause Jerusalem to know her
17. 2 Son of man, put forth a riddle, and speak
19. 3, 6 learned to catch the prey; it devoured m.
20. 3 Son of man, speak unto the elders of Isr.
20. 4 Wilt thou judge them, son of man ? wilt
20. ii, 13, 21 which (if) a man do, he shall even
20. 27 sou of man, speak unto the house of Israel
20. 46 Son of man, set thy face toward the south
21. 2 Son of man, set thy face toward Jerusalem
21. 6 Sigh therefore, thou sou of man, with the
21. 9 Son of man, prophesy, and say, Thus saith
21. 12 howl, sonof man; for it shall be upon my
21. 14 son of man, prophesy, and smite (thine)
21. 19 son of man, appoint thee two ways, that
21. 28 sonof man, prophesy, audsay, Thus saith
22. 2 son of man, wilt thou judge, wilt thou
22. 18 Son of man, the house of Israel is to me
22. 24 Son of man, say unto her, Thou (art) the
23. 2 Son of man, there were two women, the
23. 36 Son of man, wilt thou judge Aholah and
24. 2 Son of man, Write thee the name of the
24. 16 Sou of man, behold, I take away from thee
24. 25 son of man, (shall it) not (be), in the day
25. 2 Son of man, set thy face against the
23. 13 will cut off man and beast from it; and I
26. 2 Son of man, because that Tyrus hath said
29. 8 and cut off man and beast out of thee
29. 1 1 No foot of man shall pass through it
29. 1 3 Son of man, Nebuchadrezzar king of Ba.
30. 2 Son of man, prophesy and say, Thus saith
30. 21 Son of man, I have broken the arm of
31. 2 Son of man, speak unto Pharaoh king of
31. 14 in the midst of the children of men, with
32. 2 Son of man, take up a lamentation for
33. 7 son of man, I have set thee a watchman
33. 10 son of man, speak unto the house of Isr.
33. 24 Sou of man, they that inhabit those wa.
33. 30 son of man, the children of thy people
34. 2 Son of man, prophesy against the sheph.
34. 31 the flock of my pasture, (are) men, (and)
35. 2 Son of man, set thy face against mount
36. i son of man, prophesy unto the mountains
36. 10 will multiply men upon you, all the house
36. 1 1 I will multiply upon you man and beast
36. 12 I will cause men to walk upon you, (even)
36. 13 Thou (land) devourest up r.ieu, and hast
36. 14 thou shalt devour men no more, neither
36. 17 Son of man, when the house of Israel d.
36. 37 will increase them with men like a flock
36. 38 waste cities be filled with flocks of men
37. 3 he said.. Son of man, can these bones live?
37. 9 prophesy, sou of man, and say to the wind
37. ii Son of man, these bones are the whole h.
37. 16 son of man, take theeone stick, and write
38. 2 Son of man, set thy face against Gog, the
38. 14 son of man, prophesy and say unto Gog
38. 20 men that (are) upon the face of the earth
39. i son of man, prophesy against Gog, and say
39. 15 when (any) seeth a man s bone, then shall
39. 17 sou of man, thus saith the Lord GOD ; Sp.
40. 4 Son of man, behold with thine eyes, and
41. 19 the face of a man (was) toward the palm
43. 7 Sou of man, the place of my throne, and
43. 10 son of man, show the house to the house
43. 18 Son of man, thus saith the Lord GOD; These
44. 5 Son of man, mark well, and behold with
47. 6 he said . . Son of man, hast thou seen (this )
Dan. 8. 16 I heard a man s voice between (the banks
8. 17 Understand, O son of man ; for at the time
10. 16 (one) like the similitude of the sons of men
TO. 18 (one) like the appearance of a man, and
Hos. 6. 7 they, like men. .transgressed the covenant
9. 12 (there shall) not (be) a man (left): yea, woe
n. 4 drew them with cords of aman, with bands
13. 2 the men that sacrifice kiss the calves
Joel i . 12 joy is withered away from the sons of men
Amos 4. 13 declareth unto man what (is) his thought
Jon. 3. 7 Let neither man nor beast, herd nor flock
3. 8 But let man and beast be covered with
Mic. 2. 12 noise by reason of (the multitude of) men
5. 5 seven shepherds, and eight principal men
5. 7 tarrieth. .nor waiteth for the sons of men
6. 8 He hath showed thee,Oman,what (is)good
7. 2 (there is) none upright among men : they
Hal), i. 14 makest men as the fishes of the sea, as
2. 8, 17 because of men s blood, and (for) the
Zeph. i. 3 will consume man and beast; I will con.
i. 3 I will cut off man from off the land, saith
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Zeph. i. 17 I will bring distress upon men, that they
Hag. i. ii upon men, and upon cattle, and upon all
Zech. 2. 4 speak to this young man, saying, Jerusa.
8. 10 there was no hire for man, nor any hire
8. 10 set all men every one against his neighb.
9. i the eyes of man, as of all the tribes of
11. 61 will deliver the men every one into
12. i and formeth the spirit of man within him
13. 5 man taught me to keep cattle from my
Mai. 3. 8 Will a man rob God ? Vet ye have robbed
2. A man, huxband, indicidunl, V K ish.
Gen. 2. 23 Woman, because she was taken out of m.
2. 24 Therefore shall a man leave his father
4. i said, I have gotten a man from the LORD
4. 23 I have slain a man to my wounding, and
6. 9 Noah was a just man (and) perfect in his
13. 16 if a man can number the dust of theearth
19. 8 two daughters which have not known man
19. 9 they pressed sore upon the man, (even) L.
19. 31 (there is) not a man in the earth to come
20. 7 restore the man (his) wife ; for he (is) a p.
24. 21 the man wondering at her held his peace
24. 22 the man took a golden ear ring of half a
24. 26 man bowed down his head, and worship.
24. 29 Laban ran out unto the man, unto the w.
24. 30 saying, Thus spake the man unto me
24. 30 he came unto the man ; and, behold, he
24. 32 man came into the house: and he ungir.
24. 58 said unto her, Wilt thou go with thism.?
24. 61 rode upon, .camels, andfollowed the man
24. 65 What man (is) this that walketh in the fl.
25. 27 was a cunning hunter, a man of the field
26. 1 1 He that toucheth this man or his wife
26. 13 the man waxed great, and went forward
27. ii (is) a hairy man, and I (am) a smooth man
29. 19 that I should give her to another man
30. 43 the man increased exceedingly, and had
31. 50 If thou shalt afflict, .no man (is) with us
32. 6 he cometh. .and four hundred men with
32. 24 there wrestled a man with him until the
33. i Esau came.audwith him four hundred men
37. 15 a certain man found him, and, behold, he
37. 15 man asked him, saying, What seekest thou
37. 17 the man said, They are departed hence
38. 25 the man whose these (are am) I with child
39. 2 he was a prosperous man ; and he was in
41. 33 let Pharaoh look out a man discreet and
41. 38 a man in whom the spirit of God (is)
41. 44 without thee shall no man lift up his
42. ii We (are) all one man s sons: we (are) true
42. 13 the sons of one man in the land of Canaan
42. 30 The man, (who is) the lord of the land, sp.
42. 33 the man, the lord of the country, said unto
42. 35 every man s bundle of money (was) in his
43. 3 The man did solemnly protest unto us, s.
43. 5 the man said unto us, Ye shall not see my
43. 6 to tell the man whether ye had . . a brother
43. 7 The man asked us straitly of our state
43. 1 1 carry down the man a present, a little b.
43. 1 3 Take . . your brother . . go again unto the m.
43. 14 Almighty give you mercy before the man
43. 17 the man did as Joseph bade ; and the man
43.21 (every) man s money (was) in the mouth of
43. 24 the man..gave (them) water, and they wa.
44. i puteveryman snioneyinhissack s mouth
44. ii took down every man his sack to the gro.
44. ii Then they, .opened every man his sack
44. 13 laded every man his ass, and returned to
44. 15 that such a man as I can certainly divine
44. 17 the man in whose hand the cup is found
44. 26 we may not see the man s face, except our
45. i cried, Cause every man to go out from me
45. i there stood no man with him while Joseph
49 6 for in their anger they slew a man, and in
Exod.2. i there went a man of the house of Levi, and
2. 20 why (is) it (that) ye have left the man ?
2. 21 Moses was content to dwell with the man
ii. 2 let every man borrow of his neighbour, and
ii. 3 the man Moses (was) very great in the laud
11. 7 not a dog move his tongue, against man
12. 44 But every man s servant that is bought
15. 3 The LORD (is) aman of war : the LORD (is)
16. 19 Let no man leave of it till the morning
16. 29 abide ye every man in his place; let nom.
19. 13 whether (it be) beast or man, it shall not
21. 7 if a man sejl
his daughter to be a maid
21. 12 He that smiteth aman so that he die, shall
21. 14 if a man come presumptuously upon his
21. 16 he that stealeth a man, and selleth him
21. 20 if a man smite his servant, or his maid
21. 26 if a man smite the eye of his servant, or
21. 28 If an ox gore a man or a woman, that they
21. 29 but that he hath killed a man or a woman
21. 33 if a man shall open a pit, or if a man
21. 35 if one man s ox hurt another s, that he die
22. i If a man shall steal an ox, or a sheep, and
22. 5 If a man shall cause a field or vineyard
22. 7 If a man shall deliver unto his neighbour
22. 7 and it be stolen out of the man s house
22. 10 If a man deliver unto his neighbour an
22. 14 if a man borrow (ought) of his neighbour
22. 16 And if a man entice a maid that is not
32. i, 23 the man that brought us up out of the
32. 28 and there fell . . about three thousand men
33. 4 and no man did put on him his ornaments
33. ii spake, .as aman speaketh unto his friend
34. 3 no man shall come up with thee, neither
35. 22 every man that offered (oftered)an offering
35. 23 every man with whom was found blue, and
35. 29 every man and woman, whose heart made
36. i, 2 every wise hearted man, in whom the
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Exod36. 6 Let neither man nor woman make any m.
Lev. 13. 29 If a man or woman have a plague upon
13. 38 If a man also or a woman have in the skin
13. 40 the man whose hair is fallen off his lieaU
13. 44 lie is a leprous man, he (is) unclean : the
14. ii present the man that is to be made clean
15. 1 8 The woman also with whom man shall lie
16. 21 send (him) away by the hand of a fit man
17. 3, 8, 10, 13 What man soever (then- be) of
17. 4 that man; he hath shed blood; and that m.
17. 9 that man shall be cut off from among hu
20. 3, s I will setmyface against th;;t man, and
20. 4 do any ways hide their eyes from the man
20. 10 manthatcoinniittetli with..(aiii>ther)man s
20. 1 1 the man that lieth with his father s wife
20. 12 if a man lie with his daughter in law, h;h
20. 13 If a man also lie with mankind, ashe lieth
20. 14 if a man take a wife and her mother, it(i)
20. 15 if a man lie with a beast, he shall surely
20. 17 a man shall take his sister, his father s
20. 18 if a man shall lie with a woman having
20. 20 if a man shall lie with his uncle s wife
20. 21 if a Man shall take his brother s wife, it
20. 27 Air in alsoor woman that hath a familiar
21. 18 whatsoever man (he be) that hath a ble.
21. 1 8 a blind man, or a lame, or he that hath a
ci. 19 Or a man that is broken footed, or broken
21.21 No man that hath a blemish of the seed
22. 4 What man soever of the seed of Aaron (U)
22. 4 or a man whose seed goeth from him
22. 14 a man eat (of) the holy thing unwittingly
24. 10 son of the Israelitish (woman) and a man
24. 17 he that killeth any man shall surely be
24. 19 if a man cause a blemish in his neighbour
25. 26 if the man have none to redeem it, and
25.27 restore the overplus unto the man to whom
25. 29 if a man sell a dwellinghouae inA walled
27. 2 When a man shall make a singular vow
27. 14 when a man shall sanctify his house (to
27. 16 if a man shall sanctify unto the LORD
27. 20 if he have sold the field to auother man
27. 26 firstling of the beasts, .no man shall san.
27. 28 no devoted thing that a man shall devote
27. 31 if a man will at all redeem (ought) of his
Num. i . 4 with you there shall be a man of every tr
i. 44 princes of Israel, (being)twelve men: each
5. 6 When a man or woman shall commit any
5. 8 if the man have no kinsman to recompense
5. 13 a man lie with her carnally, and it be hid
5. 15 Then shall the man bring his wife unto
5. 19 If no man have lain with thee, and if thou
5. 20 some man have lain with thee besides
5. 31 Then shall the man be guiltless from ini.
6. 2 When either man or woman shall separate
9. 13 man that (is) clean, .that man shall bear
ii. 16 Gather unto me seventy men of the elders
11. 24 gathered the seventy men of the elders
12. 3 Now the man Moses (was) very meek
13. 2 of every tribe. .shall ye send a man, every
14. 15 thou shalt kill (all)this people as one man
15. 32 they found a man that gathered sticks
15. 35 The man shall be surely put to death : all
16. 7 it shall be (that)the man whom the LOUD
16. 22 shall one mansin.and wilt thou be wroth
16. 35 consumed the two hundred and fifty men
17. 5 the man s rod, whom I shall choose, shall
19. 9 man (that is) clean shall gather up the
19. 20 man that shall be unclean, and shalj not
23. 19 God (is) not a man, that he should lie
25. 8 went after the man. .the man of Israel
26. 10 fire devoured two hundred and fifty men
26. 64 among these there was not a man of them
26. 65 there was not left a man of them, save
27. 8 If a man die, and have no son, then ye
27. 16 Let the LORD, .set aman overthe congre.
27. 18 Take thee Joshua, .a man in whom (is)
30. 2 If a man vow a vow . . or swear an oath to
30. 16 statutes, .between a man and his wife
3 . 17 kill every woman that hath known man
3 . 49 and there lacketh not one man of us
Deut. . 16 judge righteously between (every) man
. 17 ye shall not be afraid of the face of man
. 31 bare thee, as a man doth bear his son, in
3. 1 1 the breadth of it, after the cubit of a man
4. 3 for all the men that followed Baal-peor
7. 24 there shall no man be able to stand before
8. 5 as a man chasteueth his son,(so) the LORD
ii. 25 There shall no man be able to stand bef.
17. 2 man or woman, that hath wrought wick.
17. 5 bring forth that man . .(even) that man or
17. 12 man that will do . .even that man shall die
19. ii if any man hate his neighbour, and lie in
19. 15 One witness shall not rise up against am.
19. 16 a false witness rise up against any man
20. 5 What man (is there) that hath built a new
20. 5, 6, 7 die in the battle, and another man
20. 6 what man (is he) that hath planted a vin.
20. 7 what man (is there) that hath betrothed a
20. 8 What man (is there that is) fearful and fa.
21. 15 If a man have two wives, one beloved, and
21. 1 8 If a man have a stubborn and rebellious
21. 22 if a man have committed a sin worthy of
22. 16 gave my daughter unto this man to wife
22. 1 8 elders of that city shall take that man and
22. 22 If a man be found lying with a woman m.
22. 22 man that lay with the woman, and the w.
22. 23 man find her in the city, and lie with her
22. 24 the man, because he hath humbled his ne.
22. 25 if a man find . . and the man force her, and
22. 25 then the man only that lay with her shall
22. 26 for as when a man riseth against his nei.
22. 28 If man find a damsel (that is) a virgin
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Deut 22. 29 Then the man that lay with her shall give
22. 30 A man shall not take his father s wife, nor
24. i When a man hath taken a wife, and mar.
24. 2 she may go and be another man s (wife)
24. 5 When a man hath taken a new wife, he
24. 7 If a man be found stealing any of his br.
24. ii man to whom thou dost lend shall bring
24. 12 if the man (be) poor, thou shalt not sleep
25. 7 if the man like not to take his brother s
25. 9 So shall it be done unto that man that
27. 14 say unto all the men of Israel with a loud
27. 15 Cursed (be) the man that maketh (any) g.
28. 30 shalt betroth a wife, and another man sh.
28. 54 (So that) the man (that is) tender among
29. 10 and your officers, (with) all the men of I.
29. 1 8 Lest there should be among you man, or
29. 20 his jealousy shall smoke against that man
32. 25 sword . . shall destroy both the young man
33. i Moses the man of God blessed the children
34. 6 no man knoweth of his sepulchre unto this
Josh. 3. 12 twelve men. .out of every tribe a man
4. 2 Take you twelve . . out of every tribe a man
4. 4 Joshua called the twelve men, whom he
4. 4 children of Israel, out of every tribe a man
5. 13 there stood a man over against him with
6. 21 utterly destroyed, .both man and woman
6. 26 Cursed (be) the man before the LORD that
7. 3 let about two or three thousand men go
7. 4 there w ent up .. about three thousand men
7. 5 smote of them about thirty and six men
8. 3 chose out thirty thousand mighty men of
8. 12 took about five thousand men, and set
8. 17 there was not a man left in Ai or Beth-el
8. 25 all that fell that day, both of(men and wo.
9. 6 said unto him, and to the men of Israel
9. 7 men of Israel said unto the Hivites, Per.
to. 8 there shall not a man of them stand before
10. 14 LORD hearkened unto the voice of a man
10. 24 Joshua called for all the men of Israel
14. 6 said unto Moses the man of God concern.
17. i because he was a man of war, therefore
21. 44 there stood not a man of all their enemies
22. 20 that man perished not alone in his iniqu.
23. 9 no man hath been able to stand before
23. 10 One man of you shall chase a thousand
Judg. i. 4 slew of them in Bezek ten thousand men
i. 24 spies saw a man come forth out of the city
i 25 but they let go the man and all his family
i. 26 the man went into the land of the Hittites
3. 15 a Benjamite, a man left handed : and
3. 1 7 unto Eglon . . and Eglon (was) a very fat m.
3. 28 took the fords . . and suffered not a man to
3. 29 about ten thousand men. .all men of va.
3. 29 they slew, .and there escaped not a man
3. 31 slew of the Philistines six hundred men
4. 6 take with thee ten thousand men of the
4. 10 went up with ten thousand men at his
4. 14 Barak went down . . and ten thousand men
4. 22 will show thee the man whom thou seek.
6. 16 thou shalt smite the Midianitesasone man
7. 6 numberof them, .were three hundred men
7. 7 By the three hundred men that lapped
7. 8 he sent, .every man unto his tent, and
7. 13 a man that told a dream unto his fellow
7. 14 Gideon the son of Joash, a man of Israel
7. 16 divided the three hundred men (into) three
7. 19 So Gideon, and the hundred men that
7. 23 men of Israel gathered themselves toge.
7. 24 the men of Ephraim gathered themselves
8. i the men of Ephraim said unto him, Why
8. 4 the three hundred men that (were) with
8. 10 and twenty thousand men that drew sw.
8. 14 described, .threescore and seventeen men
8. 21 for as the man (is, so is) his strength
8. 22 the men of Israel said unto Gideon, Rule
9. 49 likewise cut down every man his bough
9. 49 died also, about a thousand men and w.
9. 55 men of Israel saw that Abimelech was d.
9. 55 they departed every man unto his place
10. i Puah, the son of Dodo, a man of Issachar
10. 18 What man (is he) that will begin to fight
11. 39 that she returned, .and she knew no man
12. i the men of Ephraim gathered themselves
13. 2 there was a certain man of Zorah, of the
13. 6 man of God came unto me, and his coun.
13. 8 let the man of God which thou didst send
13. 10 the man hath appeared unto me, that came
13. ii and came to the man, and said unto him
13. ii (Art) thou the man that spakest unto the
14. 19 slew thirty men of them, and took their
15. 10 the men of Judah said, Why are ye come
15. 1 1 three thousand men of Judah went to the
15. 15 took it, and slew a thousand men there.
5- i6 with the jaw. .have I slain a thousand m.
16. 19 she called for a man, and she caused him
16. 27 three thousand men and women, that be.
17. i there wasa man of mount Ephraim, whose
17. 5 the man Micah had an house of gods, and
17. 8 And the man departed out of the city from
17. ii Levite was content to dwell with the man
18. ii, 16 hundred men appointed with weapons
18. 17 six hundred men (that were) appointed
18. 19 to be a priest unto the house of one man
19. 6 the damsel s father had said unto the man
19. 7, o And when the man rose up to depart
19. 10 the man would not tarry that night, but
19. 15 (there was) no man that took them into
19- 16 there came an old man from his work out
19. 17 a wayfaring man in the street of the city
19- 17 the old man said, Whither goest thou f and
19.18 there (is) no man that receiveth me to In >use
19. 20 And the old man said, Peace (be) with thee
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Judgig. 22 Bring forth the man that came into thim
19. 23 the man, the master of the house, went
19. 23 this man is come into mine house, do no
19. 24 but unto this man do not so vile a thing
19. 26 fell down at the door of the man s house
19. 28 the man took her (up) upon an ass, and
20. i was gathered together as one man, from
20. 8 the people arose as one man, saying, We
20. 1 1 So all the men of Israel were gathered
20. ii against the city, knit together as one man
20. 15 and six thousand men that drew sword
20. 1 5 were numbered seven hundred chosen m
20. 16 (were) seven hundred chosen men left h.
20. 17 the menof Israel, besides Benjamin, wen
20. 17 menthatdrewsword: all these (were)men
20. 20 men of Israel went out to battle against
20. 20 the men of Israel put themselves in array
20. 21 destroyed., twenty and two thousand men
20. 22 the men of Israel, encouraged themselves
20. 25 destroyed . .again eighteen thousand men
20. 31 began to smite., about thirty men of Israel
20. 33 the men of Israel rose up out of their
20. 34 ten thousand chosen men out of all Israel
20. 35 and five thousand and an hundred men
20. 36 men of Israel gave place to the Benjamites
20. 38 the men of Israel and the Hers in wait
20. 39 the men of Israel retired in the battle
20. 39 kill of the men of Israel about thirty
20. 41 the men of Israel turned again, the men
20. 42 turned (their backs) before the men of I
20. 44 fell of Benjamin eighteen thousand men
20. 45 gleaned, .in. .highways five thousand men
20. 45 pursued . .rand slew two thousand men of
20. 46 and five thousand men that drew the s.
20. 47 six hundred men turned and fled to the
20. 48 the men of Israel turned again upon the
21. i Now the men ol Israel had sworn in Mi.
21. 10 twelve thousand men of the valiantest
21. 12 had known no man by lying with any male
Ruth i. i a certain man of Beth-lehem-judah went
1. 2 the name of the man (was) Elimelech.and
2. i a mighty man of wealth, of the family of
2. 19 The man s name with whom I wrought to
2. 20 The man (is) near of kin unto us, one of
3. 3 make not thyself known unto them., until
3. 8 the man was afraid, and turned himself
3. 16 told her all that the man had done to her
3. 1 8 the man will not be in rest until he have
4. 7 a man plucked off his shoe, and gave (it)
i Sa i. i Now there was a certain man of Raniath.
i. 3 this man went up out of his city yearly
1. 21 the man Elkanah, and all his house
2. 9 for by strength shall no man prevail
2. 15 said to the man that sacrificed, Give
2. 25 If one man sin against another, the judge
2. 25 if a man sin against the LORD, who shall
2. 27 there came a man of God unto Eli, and
2. 33 the man of thine, (whom) I shall not cut
4. 2 slew of the army. . about four thousand m.
4. 12 there ran a man of Benjamin out of the
4. 13 the man came into the city, and told (it)
4. 14 And the man came in hastily, and told E.
4. 1 6 the man said unto Eli, I (am) he that came
4. 1 8 he died; for he was an old man, and heavy
6. 19 fifty thousand and threescore and ten men
9. i there was a man of Benjamin, whose name
9. 6 a man of God, and (he is) an honourable m.
9. 7 what shall we bring the man ? for the b.
9. 7 not a present to bring to the man of God
9. 8 give to the man of God to tell us our way
9. 9 when a man went to enquire of God, thus
9. to unto the city where the man of God (was)
9. 16 send, .a man out of the land of Benjamin
9. 17 Behold the man whom I spake to thee of
10. 6 and shalt be turned into another man
10. 22 if the man should yet come thither
it. 8 and the men of Judah thirty thousand
11. 9 Thus shall ye say unto the men of Jabesh
n. 13 There shall not a man be put to death
13. 6 the men of Israel saw that they were in
13. 14 hath sought him a man after his own lie.
13. 15 present with him, about six hundred men
14. 2 the people, .(were) about six hundred m.
14. 14 was about twenty men, within as it were
14. 22 men of Israel which had hid themselves
14. 24 men of Israel were distressed that day
14. 24, 28 Cursed (be) the man that eateth (any)
14. 36 spoil, .and let us not leave a man of thein
14. 52 Saul saw any strong man, or any valiant
15. 3 slay both man and woman, infant and s.
15. 4 numbered them, .ten thousand men of J.
16. 16 to seek out a man, (who is) a cunning pi.
16. 17 Provide me now a man that can play well
16. 18 a man of war, and prudent in matters, and
17. 2 the men of Israel were gathered together
17. 8 choose you a man for you, and let him
17. 10 give mea man, that we may fight together
17. 12 had eight sons: and the man went among
17. 19 the men of Israel, (were) in the valley of
17. 24 the men of Israel, when theysawthe man
17. 25 men of Israel said, Have ye seen this man
17. 25 the man who killeth him, the king will
1 7. 26 What shall be done to the man that killeth
17. 27 So shall it be done to the man that killeth
17. 33 and he a man of war from his youth
1 7. 4 1 man that bare the shield (went) before him
18. 23 that I (am) a poor man, and lightly estee.
18. 27 David arose and went, he and his men
21. i Why (art) thou alone, and no man with
21. 2 Let nomanknowanythingoftlieliiisiness
21. 7 Now a certain mail of the servants of Saul
21. 14 ye see the man is mad : wherefore (then)
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i Sa. 22. 2 were with him about four hundred men
22. 19 Biiiotehe. .both men and women, children
34. 2 Saul took three thousand chosen men out
24. 19 For if a man find his enemy, will he let
25. 2 a man in Maon, whose possessions (were)
2.5. 2 the man (was) very great, and he had th
25. 3 name of the man . but the man (was) ch
25. 13 there wem up. .about four hundred men
25. 25 Let not my lord . regard this man of Belial
a6. 2 having three thousand chosen men of Isr.
26. 15 (Art) not thou a (valiant) man and who
37. 2 passed over with the six hundred men that
27. 9 left neither man nor woman alive, and
27. ii David saved neither man nor woman alive
28. 14 An old man cometh up; and he (is) cover
30. 9 he and the six hundred men that (were)
30. 10 pursued, he and four hundred men : for
30. 17 there escaped not a man of them, save
30. 17 young men, which rude u].i>n camels, and
30. 22 Then answered all the wicked men. .of
31. 12 All the valiant men arose, and went all
a Sa. i. 2 a man came out of the camp from Saul
2. 30 lacked of David s servants nineteen men
2. 31 three hundred and three score men died
6. 19 as well to the women as men, to every one
8. 5 David slew, .two and twenty thousand n:.
10. 6 and of king Maacah a thousand men, and
12. 4 came a traveller unto the rich man ; and
12. 4 poor man s lamb . . dressed it for the man
12. 5 anger was greatly kindled against the in.
12. 5 man that hath done this(thing) shall surely
12. 7 Nathan said to David, Thou (art)theman
13. 3 and Jonadab (was) a very subtil man
13. 9 Ammon said, Have out all men from me
14. 16 out of the hand of the man (that would)
15. i and horses, and fifty men to run before
15. ii with Absalom went two hundred men out
15. 13 hearts of the men of Israel are after Aug.
15. 18 six hundred men. .passed on before the
16. 5 thence came out a man of the family of
16. 7 thou bloody man, and thou man of Belial
1 6. 8 mischief, because thou (art) a bloody man
16. 15 men of Israel, came to Jerusalem, and A.
16. 18 Nay ; but whom, .men of Israel, choose
16. 23 as if a man had enquired at the oracle of
17. i Let me. .choose out twelve thousand men
17. 3 man whom thou seekest(is)as if all retu.
17. 8 father (is) a man of war, and will not lo.
17. 14 all the men of Israel said, The counsel of
17. 18 came to a man s house in Baliiirim, which
17. 24 passed over Jordan, he and all the men
17. 25 which Amasa (was) a man s son whose n.
18. 10 a certain man saw (it), and told Joab, and
1 8. 1 1 Joab said unto the man that told him. And
18. 12 man said unto Joab, Though I should re.
18. 24 looked, and behold a man running alone
18. 26 the watchman saw another man running
18. 26 said, Behold (another) man running alone
18. 27 He (is) a good man, ami cometh with good
19. 16 came down with the men of Judah to m.
19. 173 thousand men of Benjamin with him
19. 32 provided, .for he (was) a very great man
19. 41 all the men of Israel, .said unto the king
19. 41 Why have our brethren the men ofJudah
19. 42 men of Judah answered the men of Israel
19. 43 men of Israel answered the men of Judah
19. 43 And the words of the men of Judah were
19. 43 fiercer than the words of the men of Israel
20. i there happened to be there a man of B.
20. 2 but the men of Judah clave unto their
20. 4 Assemble me the men of Judah within
20. 12 when the man saw that all the people
20. 21 man of mount Ephraim, sheba the son of
21. 5 man that consumed us, and that devised
21. 20 where was a man of (great) stature, that
22. 49 hast delivered me from the violent man
23. 7 the man (that) shall touch them must be
23. 9 and the men of Israel were gone away
23. 20 the son of a valiant man, of Kabzeel, who
23. 21 he slew an Egyptian, a goodly man : and
24. 9 eight hundred thousand valiant men that
24. 9 men. .(were) five hundred thousand men
24. 15 died of the people, .seventy thousand men
i Ki i. 5 he prepared .. fifty men to run before him
i. 42 Come in ; for thou(art) a valiant man, and
1. 49 and rose up, and went every man his way
2. 2 be thou strong, .and show thyself a man.
2. 4 there shall not fail thee . . a man on the
2. 9 for thou (art) a wise man, and knowest
5. 13 and the levy was thirty thousand men
7. 14 his father (was) a man of Tyre, a worker
8. 2 all the men of Israel assembled themsel.
8. 25 There shall not fail thee a man in my sight
9. 5 There shall not fail thee a man upon the
11. 28 the man Jeroboam (was) a mighty, .and
12. 22 came unto Shemaiah the man of God, say.
13. i there came a man of God out of Judah by
13. 4 Jeroboam heard the saying of the man of
13. 5 according to the sign which the man of G.
13. 6 king answered and said unto the man of
13. 6 man of God besought the LORD, and the
13. 7 king said unto the man of God, C ome h.
13. 8 man of God said unto the king, Jf thou
13. ii told him all the works that the man of O.
13. 12 had seen what way the man of God went
13. 14 went after the man of God, and found him
13. 14 (Art) thou the man of God that earnest
13. n he cried unto the man of God that came
13. 26 It (is) the man of God, who was disobed.
13. 29 prophet took up the carcase of the man
13. 31 sepulchre wherein the man of God (is) b.
17. 18 What have I to do with thee, O thou man
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i K.i.17. 24 l>y this I know that thou(art) a man of (}.
18. 13 how I hid an hundred men of the LORD S
18.22 prophets (are) four hundred and fifty men
18. 44 cloud out of the sea, like u man s hand
20. 20 they slew every one his man : and the Sy.
20. .-8 there came a man of God, and spake unto
20. 30 twenty and seven thousand of the men (th.
20. 35 certain man . .said . . And the man refused
20. 37 found another man . . And the man smote
20. j<j man turned aside, and brought a man unto
20. 39 Keep this man : if by any means he be m.
20. 42 thuu hast let go out of (thy) hand a man
a.-. 6 gathered, .about four hundred men, and
22. 8 (There is) yet one man, Micaiah the son
22. 17 let them return every man to his house
22. 34 man drew a bow at a venture, and smote
Id. i. 6 There came a man up to meet us, and said
i. 7 What manner of man (was he) which came
i. 8 (He was) an hairy man, and girt with a g.
i. 9 Thou man of God, the king hath said. Come
i. 10, 12 Elijah answered. .If 1 (l>e)aman of G.
i. ii O man of God, thus hath the king said, C.
1. 13 man of God, I pray thee, let my life, and
2. 7 fifty men of the sons of the prophets went
2. 17 They sent therefore ttfty men; and they
3. 26 he took with him seven hundred men that
4. 7 Then she came and told the man of God
4. 9 I perceive that this (is) an holy man of God
4. 1 6 man of God, do not lie unto thine hand.
4. 21 laid him on the bed of the man of God
4. 22 that I may run to the man of God, and c.
4. 25 came unto the man . . when the man of G.
4. 27 when she came to the man. .the man of
4. 40 man of God, (there is) death in the pot
4. 42 came a man. .and brought the man of
4. 43 should I set this before an hundred men?
5. i great man . .he was also a mighty man in
5. 7 doth send unto me to recover a man of
s. 8 when Elisha the man of God had heard
5.14 according to the saying of the man of G.
5. 15 returned to the man of God, he and all
5. 20 Gehazi, the servant of the man of God
5. 26 when the man turned again from his ch.
6. 6 man of God said, Where fell it? And he
6. 9 man of God sent unto the king of Israel
6. 10 which the man of God told him and war.
6. 15 when the servant of the man of God was
6. 19 will bring you to the man whom ye seek
6. 32 sent a man from before him : but ere the
7. 2 answered the man of God, and said. Bell.
7. 5 when they were come . . (there was) no man
7. 10 no man there, neither voice, .but horses
7. 17 died, as the man of God had said, who sp.
7. 1 8 as the man of God had spoken to the king
7 19 lord answered the man of God, and said
8. 2 did after the saying of the man of God
8. 4 with Gehazi, the servant of the man of G.
8. 7 saying. The man of God is come hither
8. 8 meet the man of God, and enquire of the
8. ii settled his countenance, .and the man of
9. 1 1 Ye know the man, and his communication
jo. 14 slew, .two and forty men ; neither left he
10. 21 so that there was not a man left that came
10. -J4 Jehu appointed fourscore men without
12. 4 money that cometh into any man s heart
13. 19 man of God was wroth with him, and said
13. 21 as they were burying a man. .they spied
13. 21 cast the man. .and when the man was let
15. 20 exacted, .of each man fifty shekels of sil.
15. 25 and with him fifty men of the Gileadites
18. 21 staff . .on which if a man lean, it will go
22. 15 Thus saith the LORD. .Tell the man that
23. 2 all the men of Judah and all the inhabit.
23. 8 on a man s left hand at the gate of the c
23. 10 no man might make his son or his daugh.
23. 16 word of the LORD, which the man of God
23. 17 (It is) the sepulchre of the man of God
23. 1 8 Let him alone ; let no man move his bones
25. 19 and threescore men of the people of the
i Ch.io. i men of Israel fled from before the Philis.
10. 7 when all the men. .saw that they fled, and
10. 12 They arose, all the valiant men, and took
1 1. 22 son of a valiant man of Kabzeel, who had
ii. 23 slew an Egyptian, a man of (great)stature
1 6. 21 suffered no man to do them wrong ; yea
1 8. 5 David slew . . two and twenty thousand m.
20. 6 at Gath, where was a man of (great) stat.
21. 5 an hundred thousand men that drew sw.
21. 5 threescore and ten thousand men that dr.
21. 14 there fell of Israel seventy thousand men
22. 9 son shall be born . .who shall be a man of
23. 14 Now (concerning) Moses the man of God
27. 32 was a counsellor, a wise man, and a scribe
28. 3 because thou (hast been) a man of war
3 Ch. 2. 2 told out threescore and ten thousand men
2. 7 Send me now therefore a man cunning to
2. 13 I have sent a cunning man, endued with
2. 14 his father (was) a man of Tyre, skilful to
5. 3 all the men of Israel assembled themselves
6. 5 neither chose I any man to be a ruler over
6. 1 6 There shall not fail thee a man in my sight
6. 22 If a man sin against his neighbour, and
7. 1 8 There shall not fail theera man (to be)ru.
8. 14 so had David the man of God commanded
ii. 2 came to Shemaiah themanofGod, saying
1 3. 3 with an army of valiant men of war, (even)
13. 3 with eight hundred thousand chosen men
13. 15 Then the men. .as the men of Judah sho.
13. 17 fell down, .five hundred thousand men
15. 13 whether small or great, whether man or
18. 5 gathered., four hundred men, and said
18. 7 (There is) yet one man, by whom we may
2 Ch. 1 8. 33 a . . man drew a bow at a venture, and sm
20. 27 Then they returned, every man of Judah
25. 7 there carne a man of God to him, saying
25. 9 said to the man. .And the man of iiml
30. 16 according to the law of Moses the man of
34. 23 answered. .Tell ye the man that sent you
34. 30 king went up. .and all the men of Judah
Ezra 3. i gathered themselves together as one man
3. 2 (it is) written in the law of Moses, .man
8. 1 8 they brought us a man of understanding
Neh. i. ii grant him mercy in the sight of this man
6. 1 1 Should such a man as I flee ? and who (is
7. 2 for he (was) a faithful man, and feared God
8. i gathered themselves together as one man
8. 2 both of men and women, and all thatco.
12. 24 commandment of David the man of God
12. 36 musical instruments of David, .man of G.
Esth. i. 22 every man should bear rule in his own Ii.
4. ii that whosover, whether man or women
6. 6, 7, 9, 9, ii man whom the king delighteth
9. 2 no man could withstand them ; for the
9. 4 this man Mordecai waxed greater and gr.
9. 6 Jews slew and destroyed five hundred in.
9. 12 slain and destroyed rive hundred men in
9. 15 slew three hundred men atShushan : but
Job i. i There was a man .. and that man was per.
i . 3 so that this man was the greatest of all the
1. 8 perfect and an upright man, one that fe.
2. 3 perfect and an upright man, one that fe.
2. 4 all that a man hath will he give for his
9. 32 For (he is) not a man, as I (am, that)! sh.
n. 2 and should a man full of talk be justified?
n. 12 For vain man would be wise, though.. born
12. 14 he shutteth up a man, and there can be
14. 12 So man lieth down, and riseth not : till
15. 16 much more abominable and filthy (is) m.
22. 8 But (as for) the mighty man, he had the
32. 13 say. .God thrusteth him down, not man
32. 21 Let me not. .accept any man s person
34. 21 For his eyes (are) upon the ways of man
34. 23 For he will not lay upon man more (than
35. 8 Thy wickedness (may hurt) a man as thou
37. 20 If a man speak, surely he shall be swall.
38. 26 to rain on the earth, (where) no man (is
Psa. i. i Blessed (is) the man that walketh not in
4. 2 ye sons of men, how long (will ye turn)
5. 6 LORD will abhor . . bloody and deceitful m.
18. 48 hast delivered me from the violent man ?
22. 6 But I (am) a worm, and no man ; a repr.
25. 12 What man (is) he that feareth the LORD?
31. 20 shalt hide them, .from the pride of man
34. 12 What man (is he that) desireth life, (and)
37. 7 because of the man who bringeth wicked
37. 37 behold the upright: for the end of (that) m.
38. 14 Thus I was as a man that heareth not, and
39. ii When thou with rebukes dost correct man
43. i O deliver me from the deceitful . . man
62. 3 will ye imagine mischief against a man ?
78. 25 Man did eat angels food : he sent them
80. 17 Let thy hand be upon the man of thy ri.
87. 5 This and that man was born in her : and
90. title. A prayer of Moses the man of God
92. 6 A brutish man knoweth not ; neither doth
105. 17 He sent a man before them, (even) Joseph
109. 16 but persecuted the poor and needy man
ii2. i Blessed (is) the man (that) feareth the L.
112. 5 A good man showeth favour, and lendeth
140. i O LORD, .preserve me from the violent m.
140. ii evil shall hunt the violent man to overt.
141. 4 to practise wicked works with men that
147. 10 taketh not pleasure in the legs of a man
Prov. 2. 12 To deliver thee. .from the man that spea.
5. 21 For the ways of man (are) before the eyes
6. ii poverty, .and thy want as an armed man
6. 12 a wicked man, walketh with a froward in.
6. 27 Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his
8. 4 Unto you, O men, I call ; and my voice
10. 23 but a man of understanding hath wisdom
11. 12 man of understanding holdeth his peace
11. 17 merciful man doeth good to his own soul
12. 2 a man of wicked devices will he condemn
12. 8 man shall be commended according to
12. 14 man shall be satisfied with good by the f.
12. 25 Heaviness in the heart of man maketh it
13. 2 man shall eat good by the fruit of (his) m.
13. 8 The ransom of a man s life (are) his riches
14. 7 Go from the presence of a foolish man
14. 12 is a way which seemeth right unto a man
14. 14 a good man (shall be satisfied) from him.
14. 17 and a man of wicked devices is hated
15. 1 8 A wrathful man stirreth up strife : but (he
15. 21 man of understanding walketh uprightly
15. 23 man hath joy by the answer of his mouth
16. 2 Allthe waysofa man(are)cleaninhisown
16. 7 When a man s ways please the LORD, he
16.14 messengers of death : but a wise man will
16. 25 way that seemeth right unto a man ; but
16. 27 An ungodly man diggeth up evil ; and in
16. 28 A froward man soweth strife ; and a wh.
16. 29 A violent man enticeth his neighbour, and
17. 12 bear robbed of her whelps meet a man
17. 27 man of understanding is of an excellent
1 8. 4 words of a man s mouth (are as) deep wa.
1 8. 12 Before destruction the heart of man is h.
18. 14 spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity
18. 20 A man s belly shall be satisfied with the
18. 24 man (that hath) friends must show hims.
19. 21 (There are) many devices in a man s heart
20. 3 (It is) an honour for a man to cease from
20. 5 Counsel in tlve heart of man (is like) deep
20. 5 a man of understanding will draw it out
20. 6 his own goodness : but a faithful man
Prov 20. 17 Bread of deceit (is) sweet to a man ; but
21. 2 Every way of a man (is) right in his own
21. 8 The way of man (is) froward and strange
21.17 He that loveth pleasure (shall be) a poor
21. 28 the man that heareth speaketh constantly
21. 29 A wicked man hardeneth his face : but (as
22. 24 and with a furious man thou shalt not go
22. 29 Seest thou a man diligent in his business
24. 5 a man of knowledge increaseth strength
24. 29 I will render to the man according to his
24. 34 poverty, .and thy want as an armed man
25. 1 8 man that beareth false witness against his
26. 16 than seven men that can render a reason
26. 19 So (is) the man (that) deceiveth his neigh.
26. 21 so (is) a contentious man to kindle strife
27. 8 so (is) a man that wandereth from hi.s pi.
27. 17 as a man sharpeneth the countenance o(
27. 21 the furnace for gold ; so (is) a man to his
28. 1 1 The rich man (is) wise in his own conceit
a8. 20 A faithful man shall abound with blessings
29. 6 In the transgression of an evil man (there
29. 9 a wise man contendeth with a foolish man
29. 13 poor and the deceitful man meet together
29. 20 Seest thou a man (that is) hasty in his w.?
29. 22 An angry man stirreth up strife, and a fu.
29. 26 but. .man s judgment (cometh) from the
29. 27 An unjust man (is) an abomination to the
30. 2 Surely I (am) more brutish than (any) man
Eccl. i. 8 All things (are) full of labour; man can.
4. 4 for this a man is envied of his neighbour
6. 2 A man to whom God hath given riches
6. 3 If a man beget an hundred (children), and
7. 5 than for a man to hear the song of fools
9. 15 Now there was found in it a poor wise man
9. 15 yet no. .remembered that same poor man
Song 3. 8 every man (hath) his sword upon his thigh
8. 7 if a man would give all the substance of
Isa. 2. 9 the great man humbleth himself : theref.
3. 2 man of war, the judge, and the prophet
3. 6 When a man shall take hold of his brother
4. i seven women shall take hold of one man
5. 3 men of Judah, judge, I pray thee, betwixt
5. 7 and the men of Judah his pleasant plant
6. 5 because I (am) a man of unclean lips, and
7. 21 a man shall nourish a young cow and two
9. 19 as the fuel of the fire : no man shall spare-
14. 16 (Is) this the man that made the earth to
21. gfliere cometh a chariot of men, (with) a co.
32. 2"man shall be as an hiding place from the
36. 6 whereon if a man lean, it will go into his
41. 28 I beheld, and (there was) no man; even
42. 13 he shall stir up jealousy like a man of war
44. 13 and maketh it after the figure of a man
46. 1 1 man that executeth my counsel from a far
50. 2 Wherefore, when I came, (was there) no m.?
52. 14 visage was so marred more than any man
53. 3 He is despised and rejected of men ; a man
55. 7 and the unrighteous man his thoughts : and
57. i perisheth, and no man layeth (it) to heart
59. 16 saw that(there was)no man, and wonder.
66. 3 that killeth an ox (is as if) he slew a man
Jer. 2. 6 a land that no man passed through, and
3. i They say, If a man put away his wife, and
3. i she go from him, and become another ma.
4. 3 thus saith the LORD to the men of Judah
4. 4 men of Judah and inhabitants of Jerusa.
4. 29 be) forsaken, and not a man dwell therein
5. i if ye can find a man, if there be (any) that
6. 23 set in array as men for war, against thee
7. 5 judgment between a man and his neigh.
8. 6 no man repented him of his wickedness
9. 12 Who (is) the wise man, that may unders.
0. 23 (it is) not in man that walketh to direct
1. 2 speak unto the men of Judah, and to the
i. 3 the man that pbeyeth not the words of
1. 9 A conspiracy is found among the men of
2. ii desolate, because no man layeth (it) to h.
3. ii the girdle cleaveth to the loins of a man
4. 9 Why shouldest thou be as a man astonied
5. 10 hast born me a man of strife and a man
7. 25 the men of Judah, and the inhabitants of
8. ii go . . speak to the men of Judah, and to the
o. 15 Cursed (be) the man who brought tidings
20. 1 6 let that man be as the cities which the
22. 30 saith the LORD, Write ye this man child
22. 30 no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting
23. 9 like a man whom wine hath overcome, be.
23. 34 I will even punish that man and his house
26. ii This man (is) worthy to die; for he hath
26. 1 6 This man (is) not worthy to die : for he
26. 20 there was also a man that prophesied in
29. 32 not have a man to dwell among this peop.
32. 3-- the men of Judah, and the inhabitants of
33. 17 David shall never want a man to sit upon
33. 1 8 shall the priests the Leyites want a man
35 4 Hanan, the son of Igdaliah, a man of God
35. 13 tell the men of Judah, and the Inhabit*.
35. 19 want a man to stand before me for ever
36. 31 upon the men of Judah, all the evil that
38. 4 let this man be put to death ; for thus he
38. 4 this man seeketh not the welfare of this
38. 24 Let no man know of these words, and thou
40. 15 no man shall know (it) : wherefore should
41. 4 he had slain Gedaliah, and no man knew
41. 5 fourscore men, having their beards shaven
44. 7 to cutoff from you man and woman, child
44. 26 named in the mouth of any man of Judah
44. 27 the men of Judah that (are) in the land of
49. 18 no man shall abide there, neither shall ;i
49. 33 there shall no man abide there, nor (any)
50. 40 (so) shall no man abide there,neither shall
so. 42 like a man to the battle, against thee, O
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22 also will I break in pieces man and worn.
43 a land wherein no man dwelleth, neither
25 threescore men of the people of the land
33 he doth not. .grieve the children of men
ii seventy men of the ancients of the house
ii with every man his censer in his hand; and
16 five and twenty men, with their backs
2 every man a slaughter weapon in his hand
2 one man among them (was) clothed with
3 he called to the man clothed with linen
6 come notnearany man upon whom (is) the
ii the man clothed with linen, which (had)
2 he spake unto the man clothed with linen
3 stood on the right, .when the man went
6 had commanded the man clothed with Ii.
1 at. .door of the gate five and twenty men
8 I will set my face against that man, and
5 if a man be just, and do that which is
8 executed true judgment between man and
30 I sought for a man among them, that sho.
2 people of the laud take a man of their
20 tilled at my table . . with all men of war
3 (there was)a man, whose appearance(was)
4 the man said unto me . . behold with thine
5 in the man s hand a measuring reed of six
6 heard (him) speaking..and the man stood
2 no man shall enter in by it ; because the
3 the man that had the line in his hand
7 the men of Judah, and to the inhabitants
21 the man Gabriel, whom I had seen in the
5 behold a certain man clothed in linen
11 O Daniel, a mam greatly beloved, under.
19 O man greatly beloved, fear not : peace
6 (one) said to the man clothed in linen
7! heard the man clothed in linen, which
3 thou shalt not be for (another) man : so
4 let no man strive, nor reprove another
9 as troops of robbers wait for a man, (so)
7 spiritual man (is) mad, for the multitude
9 I (am) God, and not man ; the Holy One
7 a man and his father will go in unto the
19 man did flee from a lion, and a bear met
14 let us not perish for this man s life, and
2 so they oppress, .a man and his heritage
1 1 If a man walking in the spirit and falseho.
7 tarrieth not for man, nor waiteth for the
6 a man s enemies (are), .of his own house
6 that there is no man, that there is none
8 behold a man riding upon a red horse
10 themanthatstoodamongthemyrtle trees
21 no man did lift up his head : but these
i a man with a measuring line in his hand
1 a man that is wakened out of his sleep
12 Behold the man whose name (is) The Bran.
12 The LORD will cut off the man that doeth
a inortal, BHJK enosh. (plur. anashim).
4 the same (became) mighty, .men of reno.
20 Pharaoh commanded(his) men concerning
13 the men of Sodom (were) wicked and sin.
24 the men which went with me, Aner, Esh.
23 every male among the men of Abraham s
27 the men of his house, born in the house
2 three men stood by him : and, when he
:6 the men rose up from thence, and looked
22 the men turned their faces from thence
4 the men of the city, (even) the men of S.
5 Where (are) the men which came in to thee
8 unto these men do nothing, for therefore
10 But the men put forth their hand, and p.
11 they smote the men that (were) at the d.
12 And the men said unto Lot, Hast thou h.
16 the men laid hold upon his hand, and
8 called all his servants . . and the men were
13 the daughters of the men of the city come
32 and the men s feet that (were) with him
54 he and the men that (were) with him, and
59 they sent . . Abraham s servant, and his m.
7 men of the place asked (him) of his wife
7 the men of the place should kill me for
22 Laban gathered together all the men of
28 hast thou power with God and with men
7 the men were grieved, and they were very
20 and communed with the men of their city
21 These men (are) peaceable with us ; ther.
22 Only herein will the men consent unto us
21 Then he asked the men of that place, sa.
22 also the men of the place said, (that) these
1 1 (there was) none of the men of the house
14 she called unto the men of the house, and
15 And the men took that present, and they
16 Bring (these) men home, and slay, and m.
16 for(these) men shall dine with me at noon
17, 24 brought the men into Joseph s house
18 And the men were afraid, because they
33 and the men marvelled one at another
1 Fill the men s sacks (with} food, as much
3 the men were sent away, they and their
4 Up, follow after the men; and when thou
32 the men (are) shepherds, for their trade
2 And he took . . five men, and presented
6 if thou knowest (any) men of activity am
13 behold, two men of the Hebrews strove
. 19 for all the men are dead which sought
. 9 Let there more work be laid upon the men
. 7 let the men go, that they may serve the
. 9 Choose us out men, and go oat, fight with
. 21 provide, .able men, such as fear God, men
. 25 Moses chose able men out of all Israel
. 18 And if men strive together, and one smite
. 22 If men strive, and hurt a woman with c.
. 31 ye shall be holy men unto me: neither shall
Exod35. 22 men and women, as many as were willing
Lev. 18. 27 these abominations have the men of the
Num. i. 5 these (are) the names of the men that shall
i. 17 Aaron took these men which are expressed
9. 7 those men said unto him, We (are) defiled
ii. *6 there remained two (of the) men in the
13. 2 Send thou men, that they may search the
13. 3 those men (were) heads of the children of
13. 1 6 These (are) the names of the men which M
13. 31 the men that went up with him said, We
13. 32 the people that we saw in it (are) men of
14. 22 those men which have seen my glory, and
14. 36 men which Moses sent to search the land
14. 37 Even those men thatdidbriHgup the evil
14. 38 of the men that went to search the land
16. 2 famous in the congregation, men of ren.
1 6. 14 wilt thou put out the eyes of these men ?
16. 26 Depart, .from the tents of . .wicked men
16. 30 that these men have provoked the LORD
22. 9 and said, What men (are) these with thee?
22. 20 If the men come to call thee, rise up, (aud)
22. 35 Go with the men : but only the word that
25. 5 Slay ye every one his men that were joined
31. 21 the priest said unto the men of war which
31. 28 the men of war which went out to battle
31. 42 which Moses divided from the men that
31. 49 the men of war which (are) under our ch.
31. 53 For the men of war had taken spoil, every
32. ii none of the men that came up out of E.
32. 14 an increase of sinful men, to augment yet
34. 17 These (are) the names of the men which
34. 19 And the names of the men (are) these : Of
Deut. 1.13 Take you wise men, and understanding
i. 15 I took the chief of your tribes, wise men
i. 22 We will send men before us, and they shall
i. 23 I took twelve men of you, one of a tribe
1. 35 there shall not one of these men of this
2. 14 generation of the men of war were wasted
2. 16 the men of war were consumed and dead
13. 13 (Certain) men, the children of Belial, are
19. 17 the men, between whom the controversy
21. 21 the men of his city shall stone him with
22. 21 the men of the city shall stone her with
25. i If there be a controversy between men,aud
25. ii When men strive together one with ano.
31. 12 men, women, and children, and thy str.
32. 26 remembrance of them to cease, .amongm.
Josh. 2. i sou of Nun sent out of Shittim two men
2. 2 there came men in hither to night of the
2. 3 Bring forth the men that are come to thee
2. 4 the woman took the two men, and hid
2. 4 There came men unto me, but I wist not
2. 5 the men went out : whither the men went
2. 7 men pursued after them the way to Jordan
2. 9 she said unto the men, I know that the L
2. 14 the men answered her, Our life for yours
2. 17 the men said unto her, We (will be; bla.
2. 23 the two men returned, and descended from
4. 2 Take you twelve men out of the people
5. 4 the men of war, died in the wilderness
5. 6 the people (that were) men of war, which
6. 3 shall compass the city, all (ye) men of war
6. 22 Joshua had said unto the two men that
7. 2 Joshua sent men from Jericho to Ai, which
7. 2 And the men went up and viewed Ai
7. 4 and they fled before the men of Ai
7. 5 the men of Ai smote of them about thirty
8. 14 men of the city went out against Israel
8. 20 when the men of Ai looked behind them
8. 21 they turned again, and slew the men of
9. 14 the men took of their victuals, and asked
o. 2 and all the men thereof (were) mighty
o. 6 the men of Gibeon sent unto Joshua to
o. 1 8 cave, and set men by it for to keep them
4 Give out from among you three men for
8 the men arose, and went away : and Jos.
9 the men went and passed through the land
Judg. 6. 27 Gideon took ten men of his servants, and
6. 27 father s household, and the men of the city
6. 28 the men of the city arose early in the
6. 30 men of the city said unto Joash, Bring
8. 5 he said unto the men of Succoth, Give, I
8. 8 the men ofPenuel answered him as the men
8. 9 spake also unto the men of Penuel, saying
8. 14 And caught, .of the men of Succoth, and
8. 15 came unto the men of Succoth, and said
8. 15 give bread unto thy men (that are) weary
8. 16 with them he taught the men of Succoth
8. 17 beat down the tower, .and slew the men
8. 18 What manner of men (were they) whom
9. 9 wherewith by me they honour God andm
9. 13 leave my wine, which cheerethGodandm
9. 28 Serve the men of Hamor the fattier of
9. 36 seest the shadow, .as (if they were) men
9. 49 the men of the tower of Shechem died also
9. 51 thither fled all the men and women, and
9. 57 the evil of the men of Shechem did God
n. 3 there were gathered vain men to Jephthah
2. 4 gathered together all the men of Gilead
2. 4 themenofGileadsmoteEphraim, because
2. 5 the men of Gilead said unto him,(Art) thou
4. 18 the men of the city said unto him on the
6.27 the house was full of men and women ; and
8. 2 five men from their coasts, men of valour
8. 7 the five men departed, and came to Laish
8. 14 Then answered the five men that went to
8. 17 the five men that went to spy out the
8. 22 the men that (were) in the houses near to
9. 16 nutthemenof theplace(were)Benjamites
9. 22 the men of the city, certain sons of Belial
9. 25 the men would not hearken to him ; so the
20. 10 will take ten men of an hundred throug. (
Judg2o. 12 the tribes of Israel sent men through all
20. 13 deliver(us)themen, the children of Belial
20. 44, 46 all these (were) men of valour
Ruth 4. 2 he took ten men of the elders of the city
i Sa. i. ii wilt give unto thine handmaid a man child
2. 17 for men abhorred the offering of the LORD
2. 26 favour, .with the LOKD, and also with m.
4. 9 quit yourselves like men, O ye Philistines
4. 9 quit yourselves like men, and flght
5. 7 when the men of Ashdod saw that (it was)
5. 9 he smote the men of the city, both small
5. 12 the men that died not were smitten with
6. 10 the men did so; and took two milch kine
6. 15 and the men of Beth-shemesh offered bu.
6. 19 he smote the men of Beth-sliemish beca
6. 20 the men of Beth-shemesh said, Who is able
7. i men of Kirjath-jearim came, and fetched
7. ii the men of Israel went out of Mizpeh, and
8. 22 Samuel said unto the men of Israel, Go ye
o. 2 shalt find two men by Rachel s sepulchre
0. 3 there shall meet thee three men going up
1. i the men of Jabesh said unto Xahash, M.
i. 5 told him the tidings of the men of Jabesh
i. 9 came and showed (it) to the men of Jabesh
i. 10 themenof Jabeshsaid, To morrow we will
i. 12 bring the men, that we may put them to
i. 15 and all the men of Israel rejoiced greatly
4. 8 we will pass over unto (these) men, and
4. 12 the men of the garrison answered Jonat.
7. 12 went among men. .in the days of Saul
7. 26 David spake totheme.ii that stood by him
7. 28 brother heard when he spake unto the men
7. 52 the men of Israel and of Judah arose, and
8. 5 Saul set him over the men of war ; and he
8.27 and went, he and his men, and slew of the
22. 6 discovered, and the men that (were) with
23. 3 David s men said unto him, Behold ; we
23. 5 his men went to Keilah, and fought with
23. 8 to Keilah, to besiege David and his men
23. 12 deliver me and my men into the hand of
23. 13 his men, (which were) about six hundred
23. 24 his men (were) in the wilderness of Maon
23. 25 his men went to seek (him). And they told
23. 26 and his men on that side of the mountain
23. 26 his men compassed David aud his men
24. 2 went to seek David and his men upon the
24. 3 his men remained in the sides of the cave
24. 4 the men of David said unto him, Behold
24. 6 he said unto his men The LORD forbid that
24. 22 and his men gat them up unto the hold
25. ii unto men whom I know not whence they
25. 13 David said unto his men, Gird ye on every
25. 15 the men (were) very good unto us, and we
25. 20 his men came down against her; and she
27. 3 dwelt with AchishatGath,heandhismcn
27. 8 men went up, and invaded theGeshuritc.i
28. i out with me to battle, thou and thy men
28. 8 he went, and two men with him, and they
29. 2 his men passed on in the rereward with
29. 4 (should it) not (be), .heads of these men
30. 2
3- 3
3 1 -
31-
his men rose up early to depart in the
his men were come to Ziklag on the third
30. his men came to the city, and, behold, (it)
David;came to the two hundred men which
himself and his men were wont to haunt
the men of Israel fled from before the
6 his armour bearer, and all his men, that
31. 7 the men of Israel that (were) on the other
31. 7 saw that the men of Israel fled, and that
2 Sa. i. ii likewiseall the men that (were) with him
2. 3 men that (were) with him did David bring
2. 4 the men of J udah came, and there they
2. 4 the men of Jabesh-gilead (were they) that
2. 5 messengers unto the men of Jabesh-gilead
2. 17 Abner was beaten, and the men of Israel
2. 29 his men walked all that night through the
2. 31 smitten of Benjamin, and of Abner s men
2. 32 his men went all night, and they came to
3. 20 So Abnercame.. and twenty men with him
3. 20 Abner, and the men that (were) with him
3. 39 these men the sons of Zeruiah (be) too h.
4. 2 had two men (that were) captains of bands
4. ii when wicked men have slain a righteous
5. 6 men wentto Jerusalem unto theJebusites
5. 21 images.and Davidand his men burnt them
7. 14 I will chasten him with the rod of men
10. 5 the men were greatly ashamed : and the
11. 16 place where he knew that valiant men
ii. 17 the men of the city went out and fought
11. 23 the men prevailed against us, and came
12. i There were two men in one city ; the one
15. 6 stole the hearts of the men of Israel
15. 22 his men, and all the little ones that (w.)
16. 13 as David and his men went by the way, S.
17. 8 thou knowest thy father and his men,that
17. 12 of all the men that (are) with him there
18. 28 the men that lifted up their hand against
19. 28 all (of) my father s house were, .dead men
19. 41 andall David s men with him, over Jordan
20. 7 there went out after him Joab s men, and
21. 6 Letsevenmenofhissonsbedeliveredunt"-
21. 17 the men of David sware unto him, saying
23. 17 the men that went in jeopardy of their
i Ki. i. 9 all the men of Judah the king s servants
2. 32 two men more righteous and better than
9. 22 they (were) men of war, and his servants
10. 8 Happy(are)thy men,happy(are)thesethy
11. 1 8 they took men with them out of Paran, and
ii. 24 gathered men unto him, and became ca.
13. 25 men passed by, and saw the carcase cast
20. 17 saying, There are men come out of Sam.
20. 33 the men did diligently observe whether
MAN t>39 MAN
i Ki.2i. 10 set two men, sons of Belial, before him
21. ii the men of his city, (even) the elders and
21. 13 there came in two men, children of Belial
21.13 the men of Belial witnessed against him
a Ki. 2. 16 there be with .. servants fifty strong men
2. 19 men of the city said unto Elisha, Behold
4. 40 they poured out for the men to eat : and
5. 24 and he let the men go, and they departed
7. 3 were four leprous men at the entering
10. 6 the heads of the men your master s sons
10. 24 of the men whom I have brought into your
11. 9 men that were to come in on the sabbath
12. 15 they reckoned not with the men into wh.
17. 30 the men of Babylon made Succoth-benoth
17. 30 the men of Cuth made Nergal, and the m.
1 8. 27 (sent me) to the men which sit on the w.
20. 14 What said these men? and from whence
23. 17 And the men of the city told him, (It is)
24. 16 the men of might, (even) seven thousand
25. 4 the men (of war) fled by night by the way
25. 19 was set over the men of war, and five m.
25. 23 their men, heard that the king of Babylon
25. 23 there came to Gedaliah. .they and their m.
25. 24 Gedaliah sware to them, and to their men
25. 25 IshmaeL.came, and ten men with him, and
i Ch. 4. 12 Paseah, and Tehinnah. .These (are) the m.
4. 22 the men of Chozeba, and Joash, and Sa.
4. 42 five hundred men, went to mount Seir, h.
5. 18 men able to bear buckler and sword, and
5. 24 men of valour, famous men, (and) heads
7. 21 the men of Gath (that were) born in(that)
7. 40 number . . (was)twenty and six thousand m.
8. 40 sons of Ulam were mighty men of valour
9. 9 these men (were) chief of the fathers in
11. 19 shall I drink the blood of these men that
12. 8 men of war(flt) for the battle, that could
12. 38 these men of war, that could keep rank
19. 5 told David how the men were served : and
19. 5 he sent, .the men were greatly ashamed
3 Ch. 8. 9 they (were) men of war, and chief of his
9. 7 Happy (are) thy men, and happy (are) these
13. 7 there are gathered unto him vain men, the
14. ii our God; let not man prevail against thee
17. 13 and the men of war. .(were) in Jerusalem
23. 8 men that were to come in on the sabbath
24. 24 Syrians came with a small company of men
28. 15 men which were expressed by name rose
31. 19 the men that were expressed by name, to
34. 12 the men did the work faithfully : and the
Ezra i. 4 let the men of his place help him with
2. 2 number of the men of the people of Israel
2. 22 The men of Netophah, fifty and six
2. 23 The men ofAnathoth, an hundred twenty
2. 27 men of Michmas, au hundred twenty and
2. 28 men of Beth-el and Ai, two hundred tw.
10. i congregation of men and women and ch.
10. 9 the men of Judah and Benjamin gathered
10 17 the men that had taken strange wives by
Neh. i. 2 he and (certain) men of Judah; and las.
2. 12 in the night, I and some few men with me
3. 2 next unto him builded the men of Jericho
3. 7 the men of Gibeon and of Mizpah, unto
3. 22 repaired the priests, the men of the plain
4. 23 the men of the guard which followed me
7. 7 The number, (I say), of the men of the pe.
7. 26 men of Beth-lehemand Netophah, an hu.
7. 27 The men of Anathoth, an hundred twenty
7. 28 The men of Beth-azmaveth, forty and two
7. 29 ThemenofKirjath-jearim,Chephirah,and
7. 30 men of Hannah andGaba, six hundred tw.
7. 31 The men of Michmas, an hundred and tw.
7. 32 men of Beth-eland Ai, an hundred twenty
7. 33 The men of the other Xebo, fifty and two
8. 3 before the men and the women, and those
11. 2 the men that willingly offered themselves
ii. 6 hundred three score and eight valiant men
Job 4. 13 the night, when deepsleep falleth onmen
5. 17 happy (is) the man whom God correcteth
7. i not an appointed time to man upon earth?
7. 17 What (is) man, thatthou shouldest magn.
9. 2 but how should man be just with God ?
10. 4 eyes of flesh? or seest thou as man seeth?
10. 5 (Are) thy days as the days of man t (are)
14. 19 and thou destroyest the hope of man
15. 14 What (is) man, that he should be clean ?
25. 4 How then can man be justified with God?
25. 6 How muchlessman, (that is) a worm; and
28. 4 are dried up, they are gone away from m.
28. 13 Man knoweth not the price thereof ; neit.
32. i So these three men ceased to answer Job
32. 5 no answerin the mouth of (these) three m.
32. 8 But (there is) a spirit in man : and the
33. 12 answer thee, that God is greater than man
33. 15 night, when deep sleep falleth upon men
33. 1 6 he openeth the ears of men, and sealeth
33. 26 will render unto man his righteousness
33. 27 He looketh upon men; and (if any) say, I
34. 8 goeth . . and walketh with wicked men
34. 10 hearken unto me, ye men of understanding
34. 34 Let men of understanding tell me, and
34. 36 because of (his) answers for wicked men
36. 24 thou magnify his work, which men beh.
36. 25 may see it ; man may behold (it) afar off
37- 7 sealeth. .that all men may know his work
37. 24 Men do therefore fear him; he respecteth
Psa. 8. 4 What is man, that thou art mindful of him?
9. 19 let not man prevail ; let the heathen be
9. 20 nations..know themselves (to be but)men
10. 1 8 the man of the earth may no more oppr.
26. 9 Gather not . . my life with bloody men
55. 13 thou, a man mine equal, myguide, andm.
55. 23 deceitful men shall not live out;Tialf their
Fsa. 56. i man would swallow me up : he fighting
59. 2 Deliver me. .and save me from bloody m.
66. 12 hast caused men to ride over our heads
73. 5 They (are) not in trouble (as other) men
76. 5 none of the men of might have found th.
90. 3 Thou turnest man to destruction; and say.
103. 15 (As for) man, his days (are) as grass ; as a
104. 15 wine (that) maketh glad the heart of man
104. 15 and bread (which) strengtheneth man s h.
139. 19 depart from me therefore, ye bloody mei:
144. 3 son of man, that thou makest account of
Prov. 24. i Be not thou envious against evil men
25. i men of Hezekiah king of Judah copied out
28. 5 Evil men understand not judgment : but
29. 8 Scornful men bring a city into a snare
Eccl. 9. 14 (was) a little city, and few men within it
12. 3 the strong men shall bow themselves, and
Isa. 2. 1 1 haughtiness of men shall be bowed down
2. 17 the haughtiness of men shall be made low
5. 22 men of strength to mingle strong drink
7. 13 (Is it) a small thing for you to weary men
8. i write in it with a man s pen concerning
13. 7 be faint, and every man s heart shall melt
13. 12 make a man more precious than fine gold
24. 6 inhabitants, .are burned, and few men left
28. 14 ye scornful men, that rule this people
29. 13 their fear, .taught by the precept of men
33. 8 despised the cities, he regardeth no man
36. 12 (sent me) to the men that sit upon the w.
39. 3 What said these men ? and from whence
45. 14 merchandise, .of the Sabeans, men of st
51. 7 fear ye not the reproach of men neither
51. 12 shouldest be afraid of. .man (that) shall d.
56. 2 Blessed (is) the man (that) doeth this, and
57. i merciful men (are) taken away, none con
66. 24 men that have transgressed against me
Jer. 5. 26 lay wait, .they set a trap, they catch men
ii. 21 saith the LORD of the men of Anathoth
ii. 23 will brin^evil upon the men of Anathoth
1 8. 21 let their men be put to death ; (let) their
19. 10 in the sight of the men that go with thee
26. 22 king sent men into Egypt, (namely), Eln.
26. 22 and (certain) men with him into Egypt
34. 1 8 will give the men that have transgressed
37. 10 there remained (but) wounded men among
38. 4 the men of war that remain in this city
38. 9 these men have done evil in all that they
38. 10 Take from hence thirty men with thee, and
38. ii Ebed melech took the men with him, and
38. 16 the hand of these men that seek thy life
39. 4 king of Judah saw them, and . . men of war
39. 17 hand of the men of whom thou (art) afraid
40. 7 their men, heard that the king of Babylon
40. 7 had committed unto him men, and women
40. 8 the sons of Ephai. .they and their men
40. 9 sware unto them, and to theirmen, saying
41. i ten men with him, came unto Gedaliah
41. 2 and the ten men that were with him, and
41. 3 and the Chaldeans, .(and) the men of war
41. 7 he, and the men that (were) with him
41 . 8 ten men were found among them that said
41. 9 had cast all the dead bodies of the men
41. 12 they took all the men, and went to fight
41. 15 escaped from Johanan with eight men,and
41. 16 men of war, and the women, and the ch.
42. 17 the men that set their faces to go into
43. 2 the son of Kareah, and all the proud men
43. 9 hide, .in the sight of the men of Judah
44. 15 the men which knew that their wives had
44. 19 drink offerings unto her, without our m?
48. 14 We(are)mightyandstrongmenforthewar
48. 31 shall mourn for the men of Kir-heres
48. 36 shall sound . . for the men of Kir-heres
49. 26 the men of war shall be cut off in that day
50. 30 her man of war shall be cut off in that
51. 32 burned, .and the men of war are affrigh.
52. 7 the men of war fled, and went forth out
52. 25 charge of the men of war ; and seven men
Eze. 9. 2 men came from the way of the higher gate
9. 4 the men that sigh and that cry for all
9. 6 ancient men which (were) before the ho.
ii. 2 these (are) the men that devise mischief
11.15 the men of thy kindred, and all the house
12. 16 leave a few men of them from the sword
14. 3 these men have setup their idols in their
14. 14 these three men, Noah, Daniel, and Job
14. 16, 18 (Though) these three men (were) in it
21. 31 deliver thee into the hand of brutish men
22. 9 are men that carry tales to shed blood
23. 14 she saw men pourtrayed upon the wall
23. 40 ye have sent for men to come from far
23. 42 the men of the common sort (were) brou.
23. 45 the righteous men, they shall judge them
24. 17 cover not. .and eat not the bread of men
24. 22 cover (your) lips, nor eat the bread of men
27. 10 They . . were in thine army, thy men of war
27. 27 thy men of war, that (are) in thee, and in
39. 14 sever out men of continual employment
Dan. 10. 7 men that were with me saw not the vision
Joel 2. 7 they shall climb the wall like men of war
3. 9 let all the men of war draw near ; let them
Amos 6. 9 if there remain ten men in one house, that
Obad. 7 the men of thy confederacy have brought
7 men that were at peace with thee have
Jon. i. 10 Then were the men exceedingly afraid, and
i. 10 men knew that he fled from the presence
i. 13 men rowed hard to bring (it) to the land
1. 16 the men feared the LORD exceedingly, and
Mic. 7. 6 enemies (are) the men of his own house
Nah. 2. 3 the valiant men (are) in scarlet : the char.
Zeph. 1. 12 punish the men that are settled on their
Zech. 3. 8 they (are) men wondered at : for, behold
Zech. 7. 2 Sherezerand Regem-melech, and their m.
8. 23 men shall take hold out of all languages
4.A man, mortal, tf} enash.
Ezra 4. 1 1 men on this side the river, and at such
Dan. 2. 10 There is not a man upon the earth that
2. 38 wheresoever the children of men dwell
2. 43 mingle themselves with the seed of men
3. 10 every rnan that shall hear the sound of
4. 16 Let his heart be changed from man s, and
4. 17, 25,32 Most High ruleth in. . kingdom ofm.
4. 17 and setteth up over it the basest of men
4. 25, 32 they shall drive thee from men, and
4. 33 he was driven from men, and did eat grass
5. 5 came forth fingers of a man s hand, and
5. 21 he was driven from the sons of men ; and
5. 21 most high God ruled in the kingdom of men
6. 7 shall ask a petition of any god or man
6. 12 not signed a decree, that every man that
6. 12 shall ask (a petition) of any god or man
7. 4 stand upon the feet as a man, and a man s
7. 8 in this horn (were) eyes like . . eyes of man
7. 13 (one) like the Son of man came with the
5. One connected urith or possessing, a son, ;? ben.
1 Ki. i. 52 If he will show himself a worthy man
2 Ki. 2. 16 there be with thy servants fifty strong m.
Judgi8. 2 men of valour, from Zorah, and from Esh.
Eze. 23. 7 chosen men of Assyria, and with all on
27. n The men of Arvad with thine army (were)
27. 15 The men of Dedan (were) thy merchants
1 Sa. 14. 52 when Saul saw. .any valiant man, he took
2 Sa. 3. 34 as a man falleth before wicked men, (so)
17. 10 (they) which (be) with him (are) valiant m.
1 Ch.26. 7 whose brethren (were) strong men, Eliliu
26. 9 had sons and brethren, strong men, eight
26. 30 men of valour, a thousand and seven hu.
26. 32 And his brethren, men of valour, (were-)
2 Ch.26. 17 priestsoftheLORD,(thatwere)valiantmen
28. 6 hundred and twenty thousand . . valiant m.
Job i. 3 the greatest of all the men of the east
Jer. 49. 28 Arise ye. .and spoil the men of the east
Eze. 25. 4 I will deliver thee to the men of the
25. 10 the men of the east with the Ammonites
30. 5 the men of the laud that is in league
6.A son of man, a human being, mx fi ben adam.
Job 16. 21 as a man (pleadeth) for Ms neighbour
Psa. 12. 8 walk on every side, when the vilest men
89. 47 wherefore hast thou made all men in vain
Eccl. 3. 21 Who knoweth the spirit of man that goeth
7. Owner, master, lord, Sjg baal.
Gen. 20. 3 the woman which thou hast, .(is) a man s
Exod24 . 14 if any man have any matters to do, let
Judg. 9. 2, 3 in the ears of all the men of Shechem
9. 6 the men of Shechem gathered together
9. 7 Hearken unto me, ye men of Shechem
9.18 king over the men of Shechem, because he
9. 20 devour the men of Shechem, and the house
9. 20 let fire come out from the men of Shechem
9. 23 the men of Shechem ; and the men of S.
9. 24 upon the men of Shechem, which aided
9. 25 the men of Shechem set liers in wait for
9. 26 men of Shechem put their confidence in
9. 39 Gaal went out before the men of Shechem
9. 46 men of the tower of Shechem heard (that)
9. 47 men of the tower of Shechem were gath.
20. 5 the men of Gibeah rose against me, and
1 Sa. 23. ii Will the men of Keilah deliver me up into
23. 12 Will the men of Keilah deliver me and my
2 Sa. 21. 12 from the men of Jabesh-gilead, which had
Prov 22. 24 Make no friendship with an angry man
23. 2 if thou (be) a man given to appetite
29. 22 a furious man abouudeth in transgression
8. A (mighty) man, lias gibbor.
2 Sa. 22. 26 with the upright man thou wilt show
1 Ch.i2. 8 there separated .. unto David, .men of mi.
28. i and with all the valiant men
2 Ch. 1 3. 3 an army of valiant men of war, (even) four
9.A (mighty) man, 13? gebar.
Ezra 4. 21 commandment to cause these men to ce.
5. 4 What are the names of the men that make
5. 10 the names of the men that (were) the chief
6. 8 forthwith expeuces.. given unto these men
Dan. 2.25 have found a man of the captives of Judah
3. 12 these men, O king, have not regarded thee
3. 13 they brought these men before the king
3. 20 most mighty men that (were) in his army
3. 21 these men were bound in their coats, their
3. 22 flame, .slew those men that took up Sha.
3. 23 And these three men, Shadrach, Meshach
3. 24 Did not we cast three men bound into the
3. 25 I see four men loose, walking in the midst
3. 27 saw these men, upon whose bodies the fire
5. ii There is a man in thy kingdom in whom
6. 5 Then said these men, We shall not find
6. 15 these men assembled unto the king, and
6. 24 brought those men which had accused D.
10.A (mighty) man, 133 geber.
Exodio. ii go now ye (that are) men, and serve the
12. 37 hundred thousand on foot(that were)men
Nuni24. 3, 1 5 the man whose eyes are open hath said
Dent 22. 5 pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a m.
Josh. 7.14 and the household . . shall come man by m.
7. 17 the family of the Zarhites man by man
7. 18 hebroughthishouseholdmanbyman;ar,d
Judg. 5. 30 to every man a damsel (or) two ; to Sisei a
2 Sa. 23. i the man (who was) raised up on high, the
i Ch.23- 3 their number by their polls, man by man
MAN 640 MAN
1 Ch.24. 4 there were more chief men found of the
26. 12 (even)among the chief inen,(lvaving)w.-i pis
Job 3. 3 was said, There is a man child conceived
3. 23 (Why is light given) to a man whose way
4. 17 shall a man be more pure than his Maker
10. 5 (Are) thy days, .thy years as man s days
14. 10 But man dieth, and wasteth away ; yea
14. 14 If a man die, shall he live (again)? All the
16. 21 Oh that one might plead for a man with
22. 2 Can a man be profitable unto God, as he
33. 17 may withdraw, .and hide pride from man
33. 29 these, .worketh God oftentimes with in.
34. 7 What man(is) likeJol>,(who)drinkethup
34. 9 It proflteth a man nothing that he should
34. 34 and let a wise man hearken unto me
38. 3 Gird up now thy loins like a man ; for I
40. 7 Gird up thy loins now like a man : I will
Psa. 34. 8 blessed (is) the man (that) trusteth in him
37. 23 steps of a (good) man are ordered by the
40. 4 Blessed (is) that man that maketh the L.
52. 7 the man (that) made not God his strength
88. 4 I am counted . . I am as a man (that hath)
89. 48 What man (is he that) liveth, and shall
94. 12 Blessed (is) the man whom thou chasten.
127. 5 Happy (is) the man that hath his quiver
128. 4 thus shalljthe man be blessed that feareth
Prov. 6. 34 jealousy (is) the rage of a man ; therefore
20. 24 Man s goings (are) of the LORD ; how can
24. 5 A wise man (is) strong ; yea . . of knowle.
28. 3 A poor man that oppresseth the poor (is
28. 21 for a piece of bread (that) man will trans.
29. 5 man that tlattereth his neighbour sprea.
30. i man spake unto Ithiel, even unto Ithiel
30. 19 and the way of a man with a maid
Jer. 17. 5 Thus saith the LORD, Cursed (be)theman
17. 7 Blessed (is) the man that trusteth in the
22. 30 a man (that) shall not prosper in his days
23. 9 and like a man whom wine hath overcome
30. 6 wherefore do I see every man with his
31. 22 new thing. .A woman shall compass am.
43. 6 men, and women, and children, .the king s
44. 20 Then Jeremiah said . . to the men, and to
Lam. 3.1! (am) the man (that) hath seen affliction
3. 27 (It is) good for a man that he bear the
3. 35 To turn aside the right of a man before
3. 39 a man for the punishment of his sins ?
Dan. 8. 15 there stood before., the appearance of am.
Mic. 2. 2 so they oppress a man and his house, even
Hab. 2. 5 a proud man, neither keepeth at home
Zech.i3. 7 Awake, O svrord. .against the man (that
II.A (mighty) man, 13? gebar.
Psa. 1 8. 25 with an upright man thou wilt show thy.
male, i;j zakar.
Lev. 15. 33 of the man, and of the woman, and of him
Num3i. 17 kill every woman that hath known man by
31. 18 have not known a man by lying with him
31. 35 women that had not known man by lying
Judg2i. ii and every woman that hath lain by man
Jer. 20. 15 A man child is born unto thee, making
30. 6 see whether a man doth travail with child
Eze. 16. 17 madest to thyself images of men, and didst
13.A soul, breathing creature, t?9J nephesh.
2 Ki. 12. 4 money that every man is set at, (and) all
i Ch. 5. 21 they took, .of men an hundred; Ex.i2.i6.
\\.0ne, ~n>< echad.
Judg. 4. 16 Barak pursued, .(and) there was not a man
man, husband, avfip aner.
Matt. 7. 24 I will liken him unto a wise man, which
7. 26 shall be likened unto a foolish man, which
12. 41 men of Nineve shall rise in judgment with
14. 21 they, .were about five thousand men, bes.
14. 35 when the men of that place had knowledge
15. 38 they that did eat were four thousand men
Mark 6. 20 knowing that he was a just man and an
6. 44 And they, .were about five thousand men
10. 2 Is it lawful for a man to put away (his) w.?
Luke i. 27 To a virgin espoused to a man whose name
i. 34 How shall this be, seeing I know not am.?
5. 8 Depart from me ; for I am a sinful man
5. 12 a man full of leprosy ; who, seeing Jesus
5. 1 8 men brought in a bed. .and they sought
7. 20 When the men were come unto him, they
8. 27 there methimoutof the cityacertainman
8. 38 Now the man out of whom the devils were.
8. 41 there came a man named Jairus, and he
9. 14 For they were alwut five thousand men
9. 30 there talked with him two men, which were
9. 32 they saw his glory, and the two men that
9. 38 man of the company cried out, saying, M.
11. 31 rise up in the judgment with the men of
it. 32 men of Nineve shall rise up in the judu in
14. 24 none of those men which were bidden shall
17. 12 there met him ten men that were lepers
19. 2 man named Zaccheus, which was the chief
19. 7 he was gone to be guest with a man that
22. 63 men that held Jesus mocked him, and sm,
23. 50 a man named Joseph, .a good man, and a
24. 4 two men stood by them in shining garm.
John 1.13 not of blood, .nor of the will of man, but
i . 30 A fter me cometh a man which is preferred
6. 10 So the men sat down, in number about five
Acts i. 10 two men stood by them in white apparel
i. ii Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing
i. 16 Men (and) brethren, this scripture must
1. 21 Wherefore of these men which have com.
2. 5 devout men, out of every nation under h.
2. 14 Ye men of .Tudea, and all (ye) that dwell
a. 22 Ye men of Israel . . a man approved of God
2. 29 Men (and) brethren, let me freely speak
Acts 2. 37 said. .Men (and) brethren, what shall we
3. 2 certain man lame from his mother s womb
3. 12 Ye men of Israel, why marvel ye at this?
4. 4 number of the men was about five thou.
5. i certain man named Ananias, with Sapph.
5. 14 multitudes both of men and women
5. 25 men whom ye put in prison are standing
5. 35 Ye men of Israel, take heed to yourselves
5. 36 to whom a number of men . . joined them.
6. 3 look ye out among you seven men of ho.
6. 5 they chose Stephen, a man full of faith and
6. ii Then they suborned men, which said, We
7. 2 Men, brethren, and fathers,hearken ; The
8. 2 devout men carried Stephen (to his burial)
8. 3 haling men and women,committed (them)
8. 9 there, .a certain man called Simon, which
8. 12 they were baptized, both men and women
8. 27 man of Ethiopia, an eunuch of great aut.
9. 2 whethertheyweremenorwomen,he might
9. 7 men which journeyed with him stood sp.
9. 12 hath seen in a vision a man named Auau.
9. 13 I have heard by many of this man, how
9. 38 they sent unto him two [men], desiring
10. i There was a certain man in Cesarea called
10. 5 send men to Joppa,and call for (one) Simon
10. 17 men which were sent from Cornelius had
10. 19 spirit said unto him, Behold, three men
10. 21 Then Peter went down to the men which
10. 22 Cornelius the centurion, a just man, and
10. 28 unlawful thing for a man that is a Jew to
10. 30 a man stood before me in bright clothing
11. 3 Thou wentest in to men uncircumcised
ii. ii three men already come unto the house
ii. 12 and we entered into the man s house
ii. 13 Send [men] to Joppa, and call for Simon
ii. 20 some of them were men of Cyprus and C.
ii. 24 For he was a good man, and full of the
13. 7 Sergius Paulus, a prudent man ; who ca.
13. ;s men (and) brethren, if ye have any word
13. 16 Men of Israel, and ye that fear God, give
13. 21 gave, .a man of the tribe of Benjamin, by
13. 22 IhavefoundDavid..[aman]aftermineown
13. 26 Men (and) brethren, .to you is the word
13. 38 Be it known unto you therefore,men (and)
14. 8 there sat a certain man at Lystra, impo.
15. 7 Men (and) brethren, ye know how that a
15. 13 James answered, saying, Men (and) bre. x
15. 22 send chosen men. .chief men among the
15. 25 send chosen men unto you with our bel.
1 6. 9 There stood a man of Macedonia, and pr.
17. 12 many of them believed, .of men, not afew
17. 22 men of Athens, I perceive that in all th.
17. 31 (that) man whom he hath ordained, .he
17. 34 certain men clave unto him, and believed
1 8. 24 an eloquent man, (and) mighty in the Scr.
19. 7 And all the men were about twelve
19. 35 what man is there that knoweth not how
19. 37 For ye have brought hither these men
20. 30 Also of your own selves shall men arise
2 1 . 1 1 So shall the Jews . . bind the man that ow.
21. 23 We have four men which have a vow on
21. 26 Then Paul took the men, and the uext day
21. 28 Crying out, Men of Israel, help : This is
21. 38 four thousand men that were murderers?
22. i Men, brethren, and fathers, hear ye my
22. 3 I am verily a man (which am) a Jew, bwn
22. 4 delivering into prisons both men and wo
22. 12 devout man according to the law, having
23. i Men (and) brethren, I have lived in all
23. 6 Men (and) brethren, I am a Pharisee, the
23. 21 lie in wait, .more than forty men, which
23. 27 This man was tr.ken of the Jews, and sh.
23. 30 how that the Jews laid wait for the man
24. 5 For we have found this man (a) pestilent
25. 5 go down with (me), and accuse this man
25. 14 There is a certain man left in bonds by F.
25. 17 commanded the man to be brought forth
25. 23 with the chief captains and principal m.
25. 24 all men which are here present with us
28. 17 Men (and) brethren, though I have com.
Rom. 4. 8 Blessed (is) the man to whom the Lord
7. 3, 3 she be married to another man
ii. 4 reserved to myself seven thousand men
i Co. 7. 16 how knowest thou, O man, whether thou
ii. 3 know, that the head of every man is Christ
ii. 3 and the head of the woman (is) the man
ii. 4 Every man praying or prophesying, having
ii. 7 For a man indeed ought not to cover (his)
ii. 7 but the woman is the glory of the man
n. 8 man is not. .but the woman of the man
ii. 9 Neither was the man created for the wo.
ii. 9 but the woman for the man
it. ii neither is the man without the woman
ii. ii neither the woman without the man, in
ii. 12 woman (is) of the man, even so(is) the m.
n. 14 if a man have long hair, it is a shame unto
13. ii whenl becamea man, I putaway childish
Eph. 4. 13 unto a perfect man, unto the measure of
5. 28 So ought men to love their wives as their
i Ti. 2. 81 will therefore that men pray every where
2. 12 nor to usurp authority over the man, but
5. 9 widow, .having been the wife of one man
Jas. i. 8 A double minded man (is) unstable in all
i. 12 Blessed (is) the man that endureth temp,
i. 20 wrath of man worketh not the righteous.
1. 23 he is like unto a man beholding hisnatu.
2. 2 For if there come, .a man with a gold ring
3. 2 the same (is) a perfect man,.(and)ab!e also
16. Belonging to tr.an or humanity, avOpuirtvos.
i Co. 2. 4 not with enticing words of [man s] wisdom
2. 13 not in the words which man s wisdom te
i Co. 4. 3 be judged of you, or of man s judgment
i Pe. 2. 13 Submit, .to every ordinance of man for
Yl.A man, a human being, titvOptairos anthrOjtos.
Matt. 4. 4 Man shall not live by bread aloue, but
4. 19 Follow, .and I will make you fishers of m.
5. 13 and to be trodden under foot of men
5. 16 Let your light so shine before men, that
5. 19 Whosoever therefore., shall teach men so
6. i do not your alms before men, to be seen
6. 2 that they may have glory of men. Verily
6. 5 standing . . that they may be seen of men
6. 14 For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your
6. 15 ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither
6. 16 that they may appear unto men to fast
6. 1 8 That thou appear not unto men to fast
7 . 9 Or what man is there of you, whom if his
7. 12 whatsoever ye would that men should do
8. 9 For I am a man under authority, having
8. 20 but the Son of man hath not where to lay
8. 27 the men marvelled saying, What manner
9. 6 the Son of man hath power on earth to for.
9. 8 God, which had given such power unto m.
9. 9 saw a man, named Matthew, sitting at the
9. 32 brought to him a dumb [man] possessed
10. 17 But beware of men ; for they will deliver
10. 23 not have gone . . till the Son of man be come
10. 32 Whosoever . . shall confess me before men
10. 33 whosoever shall deny me before men, him
10. 35 For I am come to set a man at variance
10. 36 man s foes (shall be) they of his own hou.
11. 8 man clothed in soft raiment? Behold, they
11.19 The Son of man came eating and drinking
11. 19 say, Behold a man gluttonous, and a wine
12. 8 For the Son of man is lord even of the
12. 10 there was a man which had (his) hand w.
12. ii What man shall there be among you that
12. 12 How much then is a man better than a
12. 13 Then saith he to the man, Stretch forth
12. 31 and blasphemy shall be forgiven [unto m. J
12. 31 blasphemy .. shall not be forgiven unto m.
12. 32 speaketh a word against the Son of man
12. 35 A good man . .and an evil man, out of the
12. 36 every idle word that men shall speak
12. 40 so shall the Sou of man be three days and
12. 43 When the unclean spirit is gone out of a
12. 45 last (state) of that man is worse than the
13. 24 kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man
13. 25 while men slept, his enemy came and so.
13. 31 grain of mustard seed, which a man took
13. 37 He that soweth the.. seed is the Son of man
13. 41 The Son of man shall send forth his ang.
13. 44 which when a man Ittt h found, he hideth
13. 45 like unto a merchant man seeking goodly
13. 52 like unto a man (that is) an householder
15. 9 worship, .teaching, .commandments of m.
15. ii deflleth a man ; but. .this deftleth a man
15. 18 forth from the heart; and they defile them.
15. 20 These are (the things) which defile a man
15. 20 eat with unwashen hands deflleth not a m.
16. 13 Whom do men say that I the Son of man
16. 23 not the things, .but those that be of men
16. 26 what is a man. .or what shall a man give
16. 27 For the Son of man shall come in the gl.
16. 28 till they see the Son of man coming in his
17. 9 until the Son of man be risen again from
17. 12 Likewise shall also the Son of man suffer
17. 14 there came to him a (certain) man, kneel.
17. 22 The Son of man shall be betrayed into
17. 22 shall be betrayed into the hands of men
18. 7 woe to that man by whom the offence co.
18. ii [For the Son of man is come to save that)
18. 12 If a man have an hundred sheep, and one
19. 3 Is it lawful for [a man] to put away his w.
19. 5 Forthis cause shallauianleavefatherand
19. 6 What. .God hath joined . .let not man put
19. 10 If the case of the man be so with (his) w.
19. 12 eunuchs, which were made eunuchs of m.
19. 26 With men this is impossible ; but with G.
19. 28 when the Son of man shall sit in the thr.
20. i kingdomof heaven islike unto a mau(that
20. 1 8 the Son of man shall be betrayed unto the
20. 28 Even as the Son of man came not to be m.
21. 25 whence was it? from heaven, or of men?
21. 26 But if we shall say, Of men ; we fear the
21. 28 A (certain) man had two sous; and he c.
22. ii a man which had not on a wedding garni.
22. 16 for thou regardest not the person of men
23. 4 bind heavy burdens . . and lay (them) on m
23. 5 their works they do for to be seen of men
23. 7 greetings, .to be called of men, Rabbi, R
23. 13 for ye shut up the kingdom, .against men
23. 28 outwardly appear righteous unto men, but
24. 27 so shall also the coming of the Son of man
24. 30 sign of the Son of man . . see the Son of man
24. 37, 39 shall also the coming of the Son of man
24. 44 an hour as ye think not the Son of man
a$. 13 day nor the hour wherein the Son of man
25. 14 For (the kingdom of heaven is) as a man
25. 24 I knew thee that thou art an hard man
25. 31 When the Son of man shall come in his
26. 24 The Son of man goeth . . the Son of man is
26. 45 the Son of man is betrayed into the hand*
26 64 Hereafter shall ye see the Son of man sit.
26. 72 again he denied. .1 do not know the man
26. 74 I know not the man. And immediately the
97. 32 they found a manofCyrene, Simon byname
tj. 57 there came a rich man of Arimathea, na.
Mark i. 17 I will make you to become fishers of men
1. 23 there was. .a man with an unclean spirit
2. 10 that the Son of man hath power on earth
2. 27 sabbath was made for man, and not mau
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Mark 2 28 the Son of man is Lord also of the sabbath
3. i there was a man which had a withered
3. 3 he saith unto the man which had the wi
3. 5 saith unto the man, Stretch forth thine
3. 28 sins shall be forgiven unto the sons of mei
4. 26 a man should cast seed into the ground
5. 2 there met him out of the tombs a manw.
5. 8 Come out of the man, (thou) unclean sp.
7. 7 (for) doctrines the commandments of men
7. 8 ye hold the tradition of men, (as) the w .
7. 1 1 if a man shall say to his father or mother
7. 15 There is nothing from without a man,that
7. 15 but. .those are they that defile the man
7. 1 8 thing from without entereth into the man
7. 20 cometh out of the man . . deftleth the man
7. 21 For from within, out of the heart of men
7. 23 All these evil things, .defile the man
8. 24 looked up, and said, I see men as trees
8. 27 saying unto them, Whom do men say that
8. 33 thou savourest . . the things, .be of men
8. 36 For what shall it profit a man, if he shall
8. 37 what shall [a man] give in exchange for
8 38 of him also shall the Son of man be asha.
9. 9 till the Son of man were risen from the
9. 12 how it is written of the Son of man, that
9. 31 Son of man is delivered, .the hands of men
10. 7 For this cause shall a man leave his father
10. 9 What . . God hath joined . . letnot man put
10. 27 With men (it is) impossible, but not with
10. 33 the Son of man shall be delivered unto the
10. 45 the Son of man came not to be ministered
11. 2 find a colt tied, whereon never man sat
11. 30 The baptism of John, was (it), .of men?
n. 32 if we shall say, Of men ; they feared the
12. i man planted a vineyard, and set an hedge
12. 14 thou art true, and carest for no man ; for
13. 26 then shall they see the Son of man coming
13. 34 the Son . . is) as a man taking a far journey
14. 13 there shall meet you a man bearing a pit.
14. 21 The Son of man indeed goeth, as it is wr.
14. 21 woe to that man by whom the Son of man
14. 21 for that man if he had never been born
14. 41 the Sonof man is betrayed into the hands
14. 62 ye shall see the Son of man sitting on
14. 71 I know not this man of whom ye speak
15. 39 said, Truly this man was the Son of God
Lake i. 25 to take away my reproach among men
2. 14 and on earth peace, good will toward men
2. 25 there was a man. .the same man (was) just
2. 52 Jesus increased . . favour with God and m.
4. 4 That man shall not live by bread alone
4. 33 in the synagogue there was a man which
5. 10 from henceforth thou shalt catch men
5. 1 8 a man which was taken with a palsy : and
5. 20 said unto him, Man, thy sins are forgiven
5. 24 that the Son of man hath power upon e.
6. 5 the Son of man is Lord also of the sabb.
6. 6 there was a man whose right hand was
6. 8 said to the [man] which had the withered
6. 10 said unto [the man], Stretch forth thy h.
6. 22 Blessed are ye when men shall hate you
6. 22 cast out. .as evil, for the Son of man s s.
6. 26 Woe unto you when all men shall speak
6. 31 as ye would that men should do to you, do
6. 45 A good man. .and an evil [man] out of the
6. 48 He is like a man which built an house, and
6. 49 like a man that without a foundation built
7. 8 For I also am a man set under authority
7. 25 what went ye out for to see? A man cloth.
7. 31 Whereunto then shall I liken the men of
7. 34 The Son of man is come eating and drin.
7. 34 Behold a gluttonous man, and a wine bib.
8. 29 the unclean spirit to come out of the man
8. 33 Then went the devils out of the man, and
8. 35 found the man out of whom the devils were
9. 22 The Son of man must suffer many things
9. 25 what is a man advantaged, if he gain the
9. 26 of him shall the Son of man be ashamed
9. 44 the Son of man shall be delivered into . . m.
9. 56 [Son of man is not come to destroy men s]
9. 58 but the Son of man hath not where to lay
ii. 24 the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he
ii. 26 last (state) of that man (is) worse than the
ii. 30 so shall also the Son of man be to this
ii. 44 the men that walk over (them) are not a.
11. 46 for ye lade men with burdens grievous to
12. 8 Whosoever shall confess me before men
12 8 shall the Son of man also confess before
12. 9 he that denieth me before men shall be
12. 10 shall speak a word against the Son of man
12. 14 Man, who made me a judge or a divider
12. 16 ground of a certain rich man brought forth
12. 36 like unto men that wait for their lord.w.
12. 40 the Son of man cometh at an hour when
13. 4 sinners above all men that dwelt at Jeru.
13. 19 grain of mustard seed, which a man took
14. 2 there was a certain man before him which
14. 16 A certain man made a great supper, and
14- 30 This man began to build, and was not able
15- 4 What man of you, having an hundred sh.
15. ii And he said, A certain man had two sons
ic. i There was a certain rich man which had
16. 15 which justify yourselves before men ; but
16. 15 which is highly esteemed among men is
16. 19 There was a certain rich man, which was
17. 22 to see one of the days of the Son of man
17. 24 so shall also the Son of man be in his day
17. 26 it be also in the days of the Son of man
17. 30 it be in the day when the Son of man is
18. 2 which feared notGod, neitherregardedm.
18. 4 Though I fear not God, nor regard man
i5. 8 when the Son of man cometh, shall he find
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LukeiS. 10 Two men went up into the temple to pray
18. ii I thank thee, that I am not as other men
18. 27 things which are impossible with men an
18. 31 concerning the Son of man shall be acco
19. 10 For the Son of man is come to seek and
19. 21 feared, .because thou art an austere man
19. 22 Thou knewest that I was an austere man
19. 30 colt tied, whereon yet neverman sat: loose
20. 4 The baptism of John, was it. .of men ?
20. 6 if we say, Of men ; all the people will stone
20 9 certain man planted a vineyard, and let
21. 26 Men s hearts failing them for fear, and
21. 27 then shall they see the Son of man coming
21. 36 worthy, .to stand before the Son of man
22. 10 there shall a man meet you, bearing a p.
22. 22 truly the Son of man goeth, as it was det.
22. 22 woe unto that man by whom he is betrayed
22. 48 betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss?
22. 58 also of them. And Peter said, Man, I am
22. 60 Peter said, Man, I know not what thou
22. 69 Hereafter shall the Son of man sit on the
23. 4 Then said Pilate .. I find no fault in this m.
23. 6 he asked whether the man were a Galilean
23. 14 Ye have brought this man unto me, as one
23. 14 have found no fault in this man touching
23. 47 saying, Certainly this was a righteous m.
24. 7 The Son of man must be delivered into the
24. 7 hands of sinful men, and be crucified
John i. 4 was life ; and the life was the light of men
i. 6 There was a man sent from God, whose
i. 9 ligjiteth every man that cometh into the
1. 51 angels, .descending upon the Sonof man
2. 10 Every man at the beginning doth set forth
2. 25 testify of man . .he knew what was in man
3. i There was a man of the Pharisees, named
3. 4 How can a man be born when he is old ?
3. 13 but he. .the Son of man which is in heav
3. 14 even so must the Son of man be lifted up
3. 19 men loved darkness rather than light, b.
3. 27 man can receive nothing, except it be gi.
4. 28 woman, .went, .and saith to the men
4. 29 see a man which told me all things that
4. 50 man believed the word that Jesus had sp.
5. 5 certain man was there, which had an inf.
5. 7 I have no man, when the water is troub.
5. 9 immediately the man was made whole
5. 12 What man is that which said unto thee
5. 15 man departed, and told the Jews that it
5. 27 authority, .because he is the Son of man
5. 34 I receive not testimony from man : but
5. 41 I receive not honour from men
6. 10 Jesus said, Make the men sit down. Now
6. 14 men, when they had seen thp miracle that
6. 27 which the Son of man shai give unto you
6. 53 Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man
6. 62 and if ye shall see the Son of man ascend
7. 22 ye on the sabbath day circumcise a man
7. 23 If a man on the sabbath day receive circ.
7. 23 I have made a man every whit whole on
7. 46 answered, Never man spake like this[m.]
7. 51 Doth our law judge (any) man before it h.
8. 17 written, .that the testimony of two men
8. 28 When ye have lifted up the Son of man
8. 40 man that hath told you the truth, which
9. i he saw a man which was blind from (his)
9. ii man that is called Jesus made clay, and
9. 16 This man is not of God, because he keep.
9. 16 How can a man that is a sinner do such
9. 24 Then again called they the man that was
9. 24 Give God the praise : we know thatthism.
9. 30 man answered . . Why herein is a marvel.
10. 33 because that thou, being a man, makest
11. 47 What do we? forthis man doeth many
11. 50 that one man should die for the people
12. 23 The hour is come, that the Son of man sh.
12. 34 The Son of man. .who is this Son of man ?
12. 43 loved the praise of men more than the p.
13. 31 Now is the Son of man glorified, and God
16. 21 for joy that a man is born into the world
17. 6 have manifested thy name unto the men
18. 14 expedient that one man should die for the
18. 17 Art not thou also (one) of this man s dis.
1 8. 29 What accusation bring ye against this m.?
19. 5 (Pilate) saith unto them, Behold the man !
Acts 4. 9 the good deed done to the impotent man
4. 12 name under heaven given among men w.
4. 13 that they were unlearned and ignorant m.
4. 14 the man which was healed standing with
4. 16 What shall we do to these men ? for that
4. 17 speak henceforth to no man in this name
4. 22 For the man was above forty years old on
5. 4 thou hast not lied unto men, but unto G.
5. 28 intend to bring this man s blood upon us
5. 29 We ought to obey God rather than men
5. 35 what ye intend to do as touching these men
5. 38 Refrain from these men, and let them al.
5. 38 for if this counsel or this work be of men
6. 13 This man ceaseth not to speak blasphem.
7. 56 I see . . the Son of man standing on the right
9. 33 there he found a certain man named Eneas
10. 26 saying, Stand up ; I myself also am a man
10. 28 should not call any man common or unc.
12. 22 It is) the voice of a god, and not of a man
14. ii come down to us in the likeness of men
14. 15 We also are men of like passions with you
15. 17 residue of men might seek after the Lord
15. 26 Men that have hazarded their lives for the
t6. 17 These men are the servants of the most
16. 20 These men, being Jews, do exceedingly
16. 35 magistrates sent, .saying, Let those men
17. 25 Neither is worshipped with [men s] hands
17. 26 made of one blood all nations of men for
Acts 17. 29 silver, or stone, graven by art and man g
17. 3ocommandethall men everywhere to rrp.-nt
18. 13 persuadeth men to worship God contrary
19. 16 man in whom the evil spirit was leaped on
19. 35 what man is there that knoweth not how
21. 28 This is the man that teacheth all (men) ev.
21. 39 I am a man (which am) a Jew of Tarsus
22. 15 thou shalt be his witness unto all men of
22. 25 Is it lawful for you to scourge a man that
22. 26 Take heed what thou doest- for this man
23. 9 We find no evil in this man : but if a spirit
24. 1 6 a conscience void of offence toward, .man
25. 16 deliver any man to die, before that he w.
25. 22 Agrippa said . . I would also hear the man
26. 31 This man doeth nothing worthy of death
26. 32 This man might have been set at liberty
28. 4 No doubt this man is a murderer, whom
Bom. i. 1 8 against all. .unrighteousness of men, wh.
1. 23 an image made like to corruptible man
2. i O man, whosoever thou art that judgest
2. 3 O man, that judgest them which do such
2. 9 upon every soul of man that doetli evil, of
2. 16 when God shall judge the secrets of men
2. 29 a Jew. . whose praise (is) not of men, but
3. 4 let God be true, but every man a liar;v.s.
3. 28 man is justified by faith without the deeds
4. 6 describeth the blessednessof the man, unto
5. 12 by one man.. so death passed upon all men
5. 15 if through the offence of one many be dead
5. 18 (judgment came) upon all men to condem.
5. 18 (the free gift came) upon all men unto j.
5. 19 For as by one man s disobedience many
6. 6 our old man is crucified with (him), that
7. i the law hath dominion over a man as long
7. 22 delight in the law of God after the in. m.
7. 24 O wretched man that I am ! who shall de.
9. 20 Xay but, O man, who art thou that repll.
10. 5 man which doeth those things shall live
12. 17 things honest in the sight of all men
12. 18 If it be possible, .live peaceablywith all m.
14. 18 he that., serveth Christ (is).,approved ofm.
14. 20 evil for that man who eateth with offence
1 Co. i. 25 the foolishness of God is wiser than men
1. 25 the weakness of God is stronger than men
2. 5 should not stand in the wisdom of men
2. 9 have entered into the heart of man, the
2. 1 1 For what man knoweth the things of a m.
2. ii save the spirit of man which is in him
2. 14 natural man receiveth not the th.; 3. 3.
4. i Let a man so account of us as of the min.
4. 9 a spectacle unto the world, .and to men
6. 1 8 Every sin that a man doeth is without the
7. i (It is) good for a man not to touch a wo.
7. 7 would that all men were even as I myself
7. 23 Ye are bought..be not ye the servants ofm.
7. 26 (I say), that (it is) good for a man so to be
11. 28 let a man examine himself, and so let him
13. i Though I speak with the tongues of men
14. 2 speaketh not unto men, but unto God : for
14. 3 But he that prophesieth speaketh unto m.
15. 19 in Christ, we are of all men most; v. 32.
15.21 For since by man (came) death, by man
15. 39 but (there is) one (kind of) flesh of men
15.45 The first [man] Adam was made a living a.
15. 47 The first man. .the second man (is) the L.
2 Co. 3. 2 are our epistle . . known and read of all m.
4. 2 to every man s conscience in the sight of
4.16 though our outward man perish, yet the
5. ii we persuade men : but we are made maui.
8. 21 not only, .but also in the sight of men
12. 2 I knew a man in Christ above four. ; 9. 8.
12. 3 I knew such a man, whether in the body
12. 4 which it is not lawful for a man to utter
Gal. i. i not of men, neither by man, but by Jesus
i. 10 men, or God? or do I seek to please men?
1. 10 if I yet pleased men, I should not v. n.
1. 12 I neither received it [of man], neither was
2. 6 God accepteth no man s person: for they
2. 16 a man is not justified by the works of
3. 12 man that doeth them shall live in them
3. 15 Though(itbe)butaman 8cov...niO man
5. 3 again to every man that is circumcised
6. i if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which
6. 7 whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he
Eph. 2. 15 to make in himself of twain one new man
3. 5 was not made known unto the sons of in.
3. 16 with might by his spirit in the inner man
4. 8 captivity captive, and gave gifts unto men
4. 14 thesleightofmen,(and)cunuingcraftiness
4. 22 the old man, which is corrupt according
4. 24 that ye put on the new man, which after
5. 31 shall a man leave his father and mother
6. 7 service, as to the Lord, and not to men
Phil. 2. 7 and was made in the likeness of men
2. 8 being found in fashion as a man, he hum.
4. 5 Let your moderation be known imto all m.
Col. i. 28waruingeveryman,andteachingevery[m.]
1. 28 we may present every man perfect in Ch.
2. 8 after the tradition of men, after the rudi.
2. 22 the commandments and doctrines of men
3. 9 have put off the old man with his deeds
3. 23 heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men
1 Th. 2. 4 notaspleasingmen, but God,which trieth
2. 6 Nor of men sought we glory, neither of you
2. 13 ye received (it) not (as) the word of men
2. 15 please not God,and are contrary to all men
4. 8 despiseth not man, butGod,who hath also
2 Tli. 2. 3 that man of sin be revealed, the son of
3. 2 delivered from unreasonable wicked men
i Ti. 2. i (and) giving of thanks, be made for all men
2. 4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to
2. 5 one mediator between God and men, thb
MAN 642 MANASSErl
1 Ti. 4. 10 who is the saviour of all men, specially
5. 24 men s sins are open beforehand, going be.
6. 5 Perverse disputings of men of corrupt m.
6. 9 drown men in destruction and perdition
6. ii O man of God, flee these things .. follow
6. 16 whom no man hath seen, nor can see : to
2 Ti. 2. 2 the same commit thou to faithful men,who
3. 2 men shall be lovers of their own selves
3. 8 men of corrupt minds, reprobate concer.
3. 13 evil men and seducers shall wax worse and
3. 17 the man of God may be perfect, throughly
Titus i. 14 commandments of men, that turn from
2. 1 1 grace of God . . hath appeared to all men
3. 2 speak evil of no man, to be no brawlers
3. 8 things are good and profitable unto men
3. 10 A man that is an heretic after the first
Ileb. 2. 6 What is man, that thou art mindful of
2. 6 or the son of man, that thou visit r.-t him
5. i taken from among men is ordained for in .
6. 16 men verily swear by the greater ; and an
7. 8 here men that die receive tithes; butthere
7. 28 the law maketh men high priests which
8. 2 which the Lord pitched, and not man
9. 27 it is appointed unto men once to die, but
13. 6 will not fear what man shall do unto me
Jas. i. 7 For let not that man think that he shall
1. 19 let every man be swift to hear, slow to
2. 20 But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith
2. 24 by works a man is justified, and not by
3. 8 tongue can no man tame ; (it is) an unruly
3. 9 therewith curse we men, which are made
5. 17 Elias was a man subject to like passions
1 Pe. i. 24 the glory [of man] as the flower of grass
2. 4 disallowed indeed of men, but chosen of G.
2. 15 to silence the ignorance of foolish men
3. 4 (let it be) the hidden man of the heart, in
4. 2 live, .in the flesh to the lusts of men, but
4. 6 be judged according to men in the flesh
2 Pe. i. 21 old time by the will of man ; but holy men
2. 16 the dumb ass speaking with man s voice
3. 7 judgment and perdition of ungodly men
i Jo. 5. 9 If we receive the witness of men, the
Jude 4 there are certain men crept in unawares
Rev. 4. 7 the third beast had a face as a man, and
8. ii men died of the waters, because they were
9. 4 those men which have not the seal of God
9. 5 of a scorpion, when he striketh a man
9. 6 in those days shall men seek death, and
9. 7 and their faces (were) as the faces of men
9. 10 their power (was) to hurt men five months
9. 15 loosed, .for to slay the third part of men
9. 18 By these three was the third part of men
9. 20 the rest of the men, which were not killed
11. 1 3 in the earthquake were slain men of seven
13. 13 maketh fire come down . .in the sightof m.
13. 18 it is the number of a man ; and his number
14. 4 These were redeemed from among men
16. 2 the men which had the mark of the beast
16. 8 given unto him to scorch men with fire
16. 9 And men were scorched with great heat
16. 18 as was not since men were upon the earth
16. 21 fell upon men a great hail out of heaven
16. 21 men blasphemed God because of the pla.
18. 13 and chariots, and slaves, and souls of men
21. 3 the tabernacle of God (is) with men, and he
21.17 (according to) the measure of a man, that
18.^4 niale, ft(J^r)i/ arrhen.
Rom. i, 27 also the men, leaving the natural use of
Rev. 12. 5 she brought forth a man child, who was
19. A male, tipffnv arsen.
Rom. i. 27 men with men working that which is un.
20. Some one, a certain one, ns tis.
Matt. 8. 28 so that no man might pass by that way
1 8. 12 If a man have an hundred sheep, and one
22. 24 If a man die, having no children, his br.
Mark 8. 4 Krom whence can a man satisfy these (m.)
12. 19 If a man s brother die, and leave (his) w.
Luke 1 2. 15 for a man s life consisteth not in the ab.
John 3. 3 Except a man be born again, he cannot
3. 5 Except a man be born of water and (of)
6. 50 that a man may eat thereof, and not die
8. 51 If a man keep my saying, he shall never
8. 52 thou sayest. If a man keep my saying, he
1 1 . 10 But if a man walk in the night, he stumb.
14. 23 If a man love me, he will keep my words
15. 6 If a man abide not in me, he is cast forth
15. 13 a man lay down his life for his friends
Acts 13. 41 not. .believe, though a man declare it unto
Rom. 8. 24 what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope
1 Co. 4. 2 it is required . .that a man be found faith.
2 Co. 8. 12 accepted according to that [a man] hath
ii. 20 if a man. .a man. .a man. .a man. .a man
Gal. 6. 3 For if a man think himself to be someth.
1 Ti. i. 8 the law (is) good, if a man use it lawfully
3. i If a man desire the office of a bishop, he
3. 5 For if a man know not how to rule his own
2 Ti. 2. 5 And if a man also strive for masteries
2. 21 If a man. .purge himself fromjHeb. 5. 4.
Jas. 2. 14 though a man say he hath faith, and have
2. 18 ; i Pe. 2. 19; 2 Pe. 2. 19 ; i Jo. 4. 20.
21. Perfect, T\IOS teleios.
i Co. 14. 20 Brethren, .in understanding be men
\See algo Aged, another, any, every, forbidding, free,
heathen, if, impotent, love toward, manner, never, no,
not, old, other, some, such, this, wise, yet, young.)
MAN, common to
Human, belonging to man, avdpuirwos anthropinos.
x Co. 10. 13 temptation, .but such as is common to m.
KAN CHILD
A male, ijj zakar.
Gen. 17. 10 Everyman child among you shall be cir.
17. 12 every man child in your generations, he
17. 14 the uncircumcised man child, whose flesh
Lev. 12. 2 have conceived seed, and born a man child
Isa. 66. 7 Before, .she was delivered of a man child
MAN, every
A skull, poll, rb&i gulyoleth.
Exod 1 6. 16 an omer for every man. .the number of
38. 26 A bekah for every man. .half a shekel
MAN of great
1. Great, tayoodbZ.
Prov. 19. 19 A man of great wrath shall suffer punish.
MAN of war
Army, military force, trrpdrfu^a strateuma.
l.ukiv ;. ii Herod with his men of war set him at no.
MAN, strong
Strong, icrxvpts ischuros.
Matt 12. 29 how can one enter into a strong man s ho.
12. 29 except he first bind the strong man ? and
Mark 3. 27 No man can enter into a strong man s ho.
3. 27 except he will first bind the strong man
Luken. 21 When a strong man armed keepeth his p.
MAN, young
\. Youth, young man, D^j; elem.
i 8a. 20. 22 But if I say tints unto the young man
I.Youth, young man, vfavias neanias.
Acts 7. 58 their clothes at a young man s feet, whose
20. 9 certain young man named Eutychus, being
23. 17 Bring this young man unto the chief cap.
23. 1 8 prayed me to bring this [young man] unto
23. 22 let [the young man] depart, and charged
3. Youth, youngster, vtaviffKos neaniskos.
Mattig. 20 The young man saith unto him, All these
19. 22 when the young man heard that saying
M;irki(. 51 a certain youngman..and [the young men]
16. 5 they saw a young man sitting on the right
Luke 7. 14 said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise
Acts 2. 17 your young men shall see visions, and y.
5. 10 the young men came in, and found her
i Jo. 2. 13 I write unto you, young men, because ye
2. 14 I have written unto you, young men, be.
MA-NA -EN, Mayajjv comforter.
An early associate of Herod the tetrarch, and one
of the five prophets or teachers in Antioch.
Acts 13. i M., which had been brought up with H.
MA-NA -HATH, nn;p, nnjD resting place, rest.
1. A son of Shobal, son of S*eir the Horite. B.C. 1760.
Gen. 36. 23 the children of Shobal (were) these. .M.
i Ch. i. 40 The sonsof Shobal ; Alian, andM., audE.
2. A city in Benjamin, over against Gibeah.
i Ch. 8. 6 inhabitants of Geba . . removed them to M.
MA-NA-HETH-ITES, nimp, W1C.
The families of Shobal and Salma, two sons of Caleb son
of Hur.
i Ch. 2.52 Shobal. .had sons; Haroeh. .half of the M.
2. 54 The sons of Salma. .half of the M., the. Z.
MA-NAS -SEH, n?W, TiP, causing foryetfulness.
1. Elder son of Joseph. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 41. 51 Joseph called, .the firstborn M.:ForGpd
46. 20 unto Joseph, .were born M. and Ephraim
48. i and he took with him. .M. and Ephraim
48. 5 thy two sons, Ephraim and M. . .(are) mi.
48. 13 Joseph took. .M. in his left hand toward
48. 14 Israel, .laid, .his left hand upon M s head
48. 14 guiding his hand wittingly ; for M. (was)
48. 17 to remove it from Ephraim s. .unto M. s
48. 20 God make thee as Ephraim, and as M.: and
48. 20 blessed them, .he set Ephraim before M.
50. 23 the children also of Machir the son of M.
Num26. 28 The sons of Joseph, .(were) M. and Eph.
26. 29 Of the sons of M. : of Machir, the family
27. i Gilead, the son of Machir, the son of M.
27. i the families of M. the son of Joseph : and
32. 39 children of Machir the son of M. went to
32. 40 Moses gave Gilead unto. . the son of M.; and
32. 41 Jair the son of M. went and took the sm.
36. i Gilead, the son of Machir, the sou of M.
Deut. 3. 14 Jair the son of M. took all the country
Josh 13. 31 the children of Machir the son of M., (even)
17. i for Machir,the first born of M., the father
17. 2 There was (a lot) for. .the children of M.
17. 2 these (were) the male children of M. the
17. 3 Gilead, the son of Machir, the son of M.
i Ki. 4. 13 the towns of Jair the son of M., which
i Ch. 7. 14 The sons of M.; Ashriel, whom she bare
7. 17 Gilead, the son of Machir, the son of M.
2. His posterity.
Num. 1. 10 Of the children, .of M.; Gamaliel the son
1. 34 Of the children of M., by their generations
1.35 Those . . of the tribe of M. , (were) thirty and
2. 20 And by him (shall be) the tribe of M.
2. 20 the captain of the children of M. (shall
7. 54 Gamaliel, .prince of the children of M.
10. 23 over, .the children of M. (was) Gamaliel
13. ii of the tribe of M., Gaddi the son of Susi
26. 34 These (are) the families of M., and those
32. 33 Moses gave, .unto half the tribe of M.
34. 14 half the tribe of M. have received their
34. 23 for the tribe of the children of M., Han.
36. 12 the families of the sons of M. the son of
Deut 3. i i gave I unto the half tribe of M.; all the
29. 8 an inheritance, .to the half tribe of M.
33. 17 ten thousands of Ephraim .. thous. of M-
34. 2 all Naphtali. .and M., and all the land
Josh. 1. 12 to half the tribe of M., spake Joshua
4. 12 half the tribe of M., passed over armed
12 6 a possession unto, .the half tribe of M.
13. 7 an inheritance unto, .the half tribe of M.
13. 29 (inheritance) unto the half tribe of M.
13. 29 (the possession), .of the children of M.by
14. 4 children of Joseph were two tribes, M. and
16. 4 the children of Joseph, M. and Ephraim
16. 9 among the inheritance of. .M., all tin-
17. i There was also a lot for the tribe of M.
17. 5 There fell ten portions to M., besides the
17. 6 Because the daughters of M. had an inh.
17. 6 the rest of M. s sons had the land of Gilead
17. 7 the coast of M. wasfrom AshertoMichme.
17. 8 (Now) M. had the land of Tappuah : but
17. 8 Tappuah on the border of M. (belonged)
17. 9 these cities, .(are) among the cities of SI.
17. 9 the coast of M. also (was) on the north side
17. 10 northward (it was) M. s, and the sea is his
17. ii M. had in Issacharandin Asher, Beth-sh.
17. 12 Yet the children of M. could not drive out
17. 17 Joshuaspakeunto. . M., saying, Thou(art)
1 8. 7 half the tribe of M., have received their
20. 8 assigned . . Golan . . out of the tribe of M .
21. 5 and out of the half tribe of M., ten cities
21. 6 out of the half tribe of M. . .thirteen cities
21. 25 out of the half tribe of M., Taanach with
21. 27 outof the (other) half tribe <>f M.,(theyg.)
22. i Then Joshua called . . the half tribe of M.
22. 7 Now to the (one) half of the tribe of M.
22. 9, 10, ii, 21 and the half tribe of M.
22. 13 sent, .to the half tribe of M., into the land
22. 15 they came unto . .the half tribeof M., unto
22. 30 heard the words that the. .children of M.
22. 31 Phinehas . .said, .to the children of M.
Judg. i. 27 Neither did M. drive out (the inhabitants
6. 15 my family (is) poor in M., and I (am) the
6. 35 he sent messengers throughout all M., who
7. 23 gathered themselves, .out of all M., and
11. 29 he passed over Gilead and M., and passed
1 Ch. 5. 18 and half the tribe of M., of valiant men
5. 23 children of the half tribe of M. dwelt in
5. 26 carried, .away, even, .the half tribe of M.
6. 61 (out of) the half (tribe) of M., by lot, ten
6. 62 out of the tribe of M. in Bashan, thirteen
6. 70 out of the half tribe of M.; Anerwith her
6. 71 given) out of the. .half tribe of M., Golan
7. 29 by the borders of the children of M., He.
9. 3 and of the children of Ephraim, and M.
12. 19 there fell (some) of M. to David, when he
12. 20 there fell to him of M., Adnah, and Joz.
12. 20 captainsof thethousandsthat(were)ofM.
12. 31 of the half tribe of M. eighteen thousand
12. 37 of the half tribe of M., with all manner
26. 32 rulers over, .the half tribe of M.,forevery
27. 20 of the half tribe of M.; Joel the son of P.
27. 21 Of the half (tribe) of M. in Gilead ; Iddo
2 Ch.i5. 9 strangers, .out of Ephraim and M., and
30. i wrote letters also to Ephraim and M.
, that
30. 10 passed, .through the country of. .M. even
30. ii divers of Asher and M. and of Zebulun h.
30. 18 many of Ephraim, and M., Issachar, and
31. i the high places. .in Ephraim also and M.
34. 6 (so did he) in the cities of M., and Ephraim
34. 9 gathered of the hand of M. and Ephraim
Psa. 60. 7 Gilead (is) mine, and M. (is) mine ; Ephr.
80. 2 Before Ephraim and Benjamin and M.stir
108. 8 Gilead (is) mine; M. (is) mine; Ephraim
Isa. 9. 21 M., Ephraim; and Ephraim, M.: (and) they
Eze. 48. 4 border of Naphtali . . a (portion for) M.
48. 5 by the border of M. . .a (portion for) Eph.
The following localities were in the territory of Manasseh:
Abel, Abel-beth-maachah, Abel-maim, Adam, Aner,
Ashtaroth, Beeshterah, Beth-shean, Betli-shittah, Bilcam,
Dor, Edrei, Endor, Gath-rimmon, Gilead, Golan,
Gur, Ibleam, Megiddo, Michmethah, Nophah, Ophrah,
Taanach, Tappuah, Zarthan, Zereda, <Sc.
3. The grandfather of Jonathan who, with his sons,
became priests
to the tribe of Dan when they set up a
graven image iu Laish ; but perhaps Manasseh should
be read Moses in this passage. B C. 1450.
JudgiS. 30 Gershom, the son of M., he and his sons
4. The son of Hezekiah, and father of Amon king of
Judah. B.C. 680.
2 Ki.2o. 21 Hezekiah slept, .and M. his sonreigned in
21. i M. (was) twe.lve years old when he began
21. 9 M. seduced them to do mure evil than did
21. ii Because M. king of Judah hath done these
21. 16 MoreoverM. shed innocent blood very mu.
21. 17 the rest of the acts of M., and all that he
21. 18 M. slept with his fathers, and was buried
21. 20 And he did.. evil, .as his father M. did
23. 12 the altars which M. had made in the two
23. 26 the provocations that M . had provoked
24. 3 to remove (them), .for the sins of M., ac.
1 Ch. 3. 13 Ahaz his son, Hezekiah his son, M. his son
2 Ch.32. 33 Hezekiah slept.. AndM. his son reigned in
33. i M. (was) twelve years old when he began
33. 9 So M. made Judah and the inhabitants <>f
33. 10 the LORD spake to M., and to his people
33. ii the captains, .took M. among the thorns
33. 13 M. knew that the LORD he (was) God
33. 18 the rest of the acts of M., and his prayer
33. 20 So M. slept with his fathers, and they bu.
33. 22 he did. .evil, .as did M. his father : for A.
33 22 carved images which M. his father had m.
MANASSES 643 MAN SERVANT
2 Ch 33. 23 humbled not himself. .asM. hisfatherhad
Jer. 15. 4 M. the sonof liczckiah king of Judah, for
5. One of the family of I ahath-nioab who had taken a
strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra jo. 30 the sons of Pahath-moab ; Adna. . and M.
6. One of the family of Ilashum, who had done the
same.
Ezra 10. 33 the sons of Hasliuin ; Mattenai..M., (and)
MA-NAS -SES, Mavaffcrrjs See Manasseh.
1. A king of Judah. B.C. 680.
Matt. i. TO Ezekias begat M.; and M. begat Amon
2. The descendants of Joseph s elder son.
Rev. 7. 6 Of the tribe of il. (were) sealed twelve
MA NAS-SITES, W?.
The descendants of Manasseh, elder son of Joseph.
Deut. 4. 43 (Namely). .Golan in Bashan, of the M.
Judgi2. 4 amongtheEphraimites,(and)amongtheM.
2 Ki.io. 33 the Reubenites, and the M., from Aroer
MANDRAKES
Love apples, *i?i diulai.
Gen. 30. 14 found mandrakes in the field, and brought
30. 14 Give me, I pray thee, of thy son s mandra.
30. 15 wouldest thou take away my son s mand.
30. 15 lie with thee to night for thy son s mand.
30. 16 have hired thee with myson s mandrakes
Song 7. 13 The mandrakes give a smell, and at our
MANEH
A weight, -$ of a talent, HJD maneh.
Eze. 45. 12 And. .fifteen shekels, shall be your maneh
MANGER
Manger, crib, tpdrvri phatne.
Luke 2. 7 laid him in u manger ; because there was
2. 12 Ye shall find the babe, .lying in a manger
2. 16 found Mary, .and the babe lying in a ma.
MANIFEST
1.Evident, STJAOS delos.
1 Co. 15. 27 (it is) manifest that he is excepted which
1. Very evident, :5jjAos ekdelos.
2 Ti. 3. 9 for their folly shall be manifest unto all
3. Fully manifest, apparent, e/Mpavhs emphanes.
Rom. jo. 20 I was made manifest unto them that ask.
4. Manifest, apparent, (pai/epos phaneros.
Luke 8. 17 is secret that shall not be made manifest
Acts 4. 16 manifest to all them that dwell in Jerus.
Rom. i. 19 is manifest in them; for God hath showed
i Co. 3. 13 Every man s work shall be made manifest
ii. 19 that they, .may be made manifest among
14. 25 are the secrets of his heart made manifest
Gal. 5. 19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest
Phil. i. 13 So that my bonds in Christ are manifest
i Jo. 3. 10 In this the children of God are manifest
MANIFEST, to
1. To purify, clear, Tip barar.
Eccl. 3. 1 8 that God might manifest them, and that
2. To manifest, <j>a,vfpoco phaneroo.
Mark 4. 22 is nothing hid, which shall not be mani.
Johni/. 6 I have manifested thy name unto themen
Rom. 3. 21 without the law is manifested, being w.
i Ti. 3. 16 God was manifest in the flesh, justified
Titus i. 3 But hath in due times manifested his word
i Pe. i. 20 but was manifest in these last times for
i Jo. i. 2 the life was manifested, and we have seen
i. 2 that eternal life which . . was manifested
3. 5 ye know that he was manifested to take
3. 8 the Son of God was manifested, that he
4. 9 In this was manifested the love of God to.
Z.To make fully manifest, luQaiflfa emphanizo.
Johni4. 21 love him, and will manifest myself to him
14. 22 how is it that thou wilt manifest thyself
MANIFEST beforehand
Evident beforehand, Trp65r)\os prodelos.
i Ti. 5.25 the good works . . are manifest beforehand
MANIFEST forth, to
To make manifest, tyavepoia phaneroo.
John 2. ii and manifested forth his glory ; and his
MANIFEST, to make or be
To make manifest, fyavepoca phaneroo.
John 1.31 that he should be made manifest to Israel
3. 21 that his deeds may be made manifest, that
9. 3 the works, .should be made manifest in
Rom. 16. 26 But now is made manifest, and by the sc.
1 Co. 4. 5 make manifest the counsels of the hearts
2 Co. 2. 14 maketh manifest the savour of his know.
4. 10, i ilife also ofJesus might be made manifest
5. ii we are made manifest untoGod; and I trust
5. ii I trust also are made manifest in your c.
ii. 6 but we have been throughly made manif.
Eph. 5. 13 all things., are made manifest by the light
5. 13 whatsoever doth make manifest is light
Col. i. 26 but now is made manifest to his saints
4. 4 That I may make it manifest, as I ought
2 Ti. i. 10 But is now made manifest by the appear.
Heb. 9. 3 was not yet made manifest, while as the
i Jo. 2. 19 that theymight be made manifest that they
i>.ev.i5. 4 O Lord., thy judgments are made manifest
MANIFEST, not
Not manifest, a<pa.vr}s aphanes.
Heb. 4. 13 Neither is there any . . that is not manifest
MANIFESTATION
1. Uncovering, airoKti\v\f/is apokalupsis.
Rom. 8. 19 waiteth for the manifestation of the son
^.Manifestation, <t>avfpca<rts phanerOsis.
1 Co. 12. 7 But the manifestation of the spirit is gi.
2 Co. 4. 2 by manifestation of the truth commending
MANIFOLD
I.Many, abundant, :n rab,
Neh. 9. 19 Yet thou in thy manifold mercies forsook
9. 27 according to thy manifold mercies thou
Amos 5. 12 For I know your manifold transgressions
2. To be many, multiplied, 231, rabab.
Psa.io4. 24 O LORD, how manifold are thy works ! in
3. Manifold, iroiKiKos poikilos.
i Pe. i. 6 in heaviness through manifold temptations
4. 10 as good stewards of the manifold grace o:
4. Very manifold, Tro\inroiKi\os polupoikilos.
Eph. 3. 10 by the church the manifold wisdom of God
MANIFOLD more
Manifold more, TroAAaTrAacruoi/ pollaplasion.
LukeiS. 30 Who shall not receive manifold more in
MANKIND
1 .A male, ~ip] zakar.
Lev. 1 8. 22 Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with
20. 13 If a man also lie with mankind, as he
2. Flesh of man, V K"vy3 [basar],
Job 12. io the soul, .and the breath of ail mankind
3.Human nature, tyvffis av0piairii>7) phusis anthro.
Jas. 3. 7 is tamed, and hath been tamed of mank.
MANNA
I.Man, a sweet gum or resin,, jo man.
Exodi6. 15 they said one to another, It (is) manna
16. 31 And. .Israel called the name thereof M.
16. 33 put an omer full of manua therein, and
16. 35 the children of Israel did eat manna forty
16. 35 they did eat manna until they came unto
Num ii. 6 nothing at all, besides this manna,(before)
ii. 7 And the manna (was) as coriander seed
ii. 9 And. .in the night, the manna fell ut>on
Deut. 8. 3 fed thee with manna, which thou knewest
8. 1 6 Who fed thee in the wilderness with ma
Josh. 5. 12 the manna ceased on the morrow after they
5. 12 had the children of Israel manna any
Neh. 9. 20 withheldest not thy manna from their
Psa. 78. 24 had rained down manna upon them to eat
"2.A sweet resin or gum, (from Heb.) pawa manna.
John 6. 31 Our fathers did eat manna in the desert
6. 49 Your fathers did eat manna in the wilde.
6. 58 not as your fathers did eat [manna], and
Heb. 9. 4 the golden pot that had manna, and A. s
Rev. 2. 17 will I give to eat of the hidden manna
MANNER
I. Path, custom, rnk orach.
Gen. 18. ii to be with Sarah after the manner of w.
2. Word, thing, matter, T^J dabar.
Gen. 18. 25 That be far from thee to do after this m.
32. 19 On this manner shall ye speak unto Esau
39. 19 After this manner did thy servant to me
Exod22. 9 For all manner of trespass, .for ox, for
Deut 15. 2 And this (is) the manner of the release
1 Sa. 17. 27 people answered him after this manner
17. 30 he turned, .and spake after the same man.
17. 30 answered him again after the iormerma.
1 8. 24 saying, On this manner spake David
2 Sa. 14. 3 come, .andspeakonthismanneruntohim
15. 6 on this manner did Absalom to all Israel
17. 6 Ahithophel hath spoken after thismanner
Neh. 6. 4 I answered them after the same manner
6. 5 in like manner the fifth time with an open
Esth. 1. 13 for so (was) the king s manner toward all
3. Leading, pasture, Tj n dober.
Isa. 5. 17 Then shall the lambs feed after their ma.
4.Likeness, rnc n demuth.
Eze. 23. 15 after the manner of the Babylonians of
5. Way, 7)73 derek.
Gen. 19. 31 unto us after the manner of all the earth
i Sa. 21. 5 and (the bread is) in a manner common
Isa. 10. 24 against thee, after the manner of Egypt
io. 26 shall he lift it up after the manner of Egypt
Jer. 22. 21 this, .thy manner from thy youth, that
Eze. 20. 30 Are ye polluted after the manner of your
Amos 4. io the pestilence after the manner of Egypt
8. 14 The manner of Beer-sheba liveth; even
6.Law, sentence, rn dath.
Esth. 2. 12 according to the manner of the women
7. Statute, custom, njjn chuqqah.
Lev. 20. 23 ye shall not walk in the manners of the n.
8. Judgment, o$?o mishpat.
Gen. 40. 13 after the former manner when thou wast
Exod2i. 9 he shall deal with her after the manner
Lev. 5. io a burnt offering, according to the manner
9. 16 and offered it according to the manner
24. 22 Ye shall have one manner of law, as well
Num. 9. 14 according to the manner thereof, so shall
15. 16 One law and one manner shall be for you
15. 24 his drink offering, according to the man.
29. 6 drink offerings, according unto their ma.
29. 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 37 number, afterthem.
Josh. 6. 15 compassed the city after the same manner
JudgiS. 7 alter the manner of the Zidoniaus, quiet
i Sa. 8. 9 show them the manner of the king that
8. ii This will be the manner of the king that
10. 25 the manner of the kingdom, and wrote
27. ii his manner all the while he dwelleth in
1 Ki.iS. 28 cut themselves, after their manner, with
2 Ki. i. 7 What manner of man(washe)which<:ame
11. 14 the king stood by a pillar, as the manner
17. 26, 26 know not the manner of the God of the
17. 27 let him teach them the manner of the God
17. 33 after the manner of the nations whom they
17. 34 they do after the former manners: they
17. 40 but they did after their former manner
1 Ch.24. 19 according to their manner, under Aaron
2 Ch. 4. 20 burn after the manner before the oracle
30. 1 6 they stood in their place after their man.
Neh. 8. 18 solemn assembly, according unto the m.
Jer. 30. 18 the palace shall remain after the manner
Eze. n. 12 havedoneafterthemannersoftheheathen
23. 45 they shall judge them after the manner of
23. 45 after the manner of women that shed bl.
9. Instruction, direction, rnin torah.
2 Sa. 7. 19 (is) this the manner of man, O Lord GOD?
10. Custom, habit, manner, eQos tthos.
Johmg. 40 spices, as the manner of the Jews is to b.
Acts 15. i Except ye be circumcised after the man.
25. 16 It is not the manner of the Romans to d.
Heb. io. 25 Not forsaking, .as the manner of some (is)
11.^4 mark, impression, type, TVTTOS tupos.
Acts 23. 25 And he wrote a letter after this manner
[See also After, all, any, like, know, perfect, that, this,
what, workmanship.]
MANNER, after this, or in this, or in like
I.Also, D3 gam.
i Sa. 19. 24 prophesied before Samuel in like manner
2.1n which manner, or turn, ii/ Tpoirov /ton tropon.
Acts i. ii shall so come in like manner as ye have
3. Thus, so, accordingly, ovrca houto.
Matt 6. 9 After this manner therefore pray ye
Marki3. 29 So ye, in like manner, when ye shall see
i Co. 7. 7 one after this manner, and another after
1 Pe. 3. 5 For after this manner in the old time the
Rev. ii. 5 hurt them, he must in this manner be k.
i. These things, thus, rdde tade.
Acts 15. 23 they wrote, .by them [after this manner]
5. In like manner, turn, rbi/ 6/j.oiov rp6irov ton homoi.
Jude 7 in like manner giving themselves over
MANNER, after what
How ? Trias pos.
Acts 20. iS after what manner I have been with you
MANNER of, such
Concerning this,elsTTivTrfpl rov ro\>eistenperitoutou.
Acts 25. 20 because I doubted of such manner of q.
MANNER of life
I. Course of life, a/yuyri agoge.
2 Ti. 3.10 thou hast fully known my . . manner of life
2.Act of living, mode of life, jSiwcri? biosis.
Acts 26. 4 My manner of life from my youth, which
MANNER of store, all
From (one) kind to (another) kind, fr^x f?p [zari\.
Psa. 144. 13 affording all manner of store ; (that) our
MANNER was
According to habit, Kara, rb elcadAs kata to eiothos.
Acts 17. 2 Paul, as his manner was, went in unto
MANNERS
Habit, manner, ?)0os ethos.
i Co. 15. 33 evil communications corrupt good man.
MANNERS, to suffer the
To bear with the manners of others, rpoirocpopfia.
Acts 13. 1 8 forty years [suffered he their manners] in
MA-NO -AH, nijo rest.
A man of Zorah in Dan, and father of Samson. B.C.
1150.
Judgi3. 2 a certain man., whose name (was) M.; and
13. 8 ThenM. entreated the LORD, and said, O
13. 9 God hearkened to the voice of M. ; and the
13. 9 but M. her husband (was) not with her
13. ii And M. arose, and went after his wife, and
13. 12 And M. said, Now let thy words come to
13. 13, 16 Andtheangelof the LORD said unto M.
13. 15, 17 And M. said unto the angel of the L.
13. 16 For M. knew not that he (was) an angel
13. 19 So M. took a kid with ameat offering, and
13. 19 (the angel) did wondrously ; and M. and
13. 20 AndM. and his wife looked on (it), and fell
13. 21 the angel, .did no more appear to M. and
13. 21 ThenM. knew that he (was) an angel of the
13. 22 M. said unto his wife, We shall surelydie
16. 31 in the burying placeof M. his father : and
MAN SERVANT
.Servant, 135? ebed.
Gen. 12. 16 he asses, and men servants, and maid se.
20. 14 oxen, and men servants, and women ser.
24. 35 silver, and gold, and men servants, and
30. 43 and men servants, and camels, and asses
32. 5 oxen, and asses, flocks, and men servants
Exod2o. io thy man servant, nor thy maid servant
20. 17 nor his manservant, nor his maid servant
21. 7 she shall not go put as the men servants
21. 27 if he smite out his man servant s tooth, or
MANSION 644 MANY
Exod2i. 32 If theoxshall push ;i manservant or maid
Deut. 5. 14 nor thy man servant, nor thy maid servant
5. 14 that thy man servant, .may rest as well us
5. 21 or his man servant, or his maid servant
12. 12 your men servants.and your maid servants
12. 1 8 and thy man servant, and thy maid serv.
16. 11, 14 and thy man servant,and thy maidse.
1 Sa. 8. 16 will take your men servants, and your m.
2 Ki. 5. 26 oxen, and men servants, and maid serv. ?
Neh. 7. 67 Besides their man servants and their ma.
Job 31. 13 If I did despise the cause of my man ser.
Jer. 34. 9 That every man should let his man servant
34. 10 should let his man servant, .go free, that
2. Child, boy, servant, ira^s pais.
Luke 12. 45 to beat the men servants and maidens, and
MANSION
Mansion, abode, /.iovri moiie.
John 1 4. 2 In my Father s house are many mansions
KAN SLAYER
1. To murder, nyi tatsach.
Num 35. 6 which ye shall appoint for the man slayer
35.12 that the man slayer die not, until lit; stand
I.Man-murderer, av5po<t>6vos androphonos.
i Ti. i. 9 and murderers of mothers, formau slayers
MANTLE
\.0rnamental mantle, rrrw addereth.
1 Ki. 19. 13 that he wrapped his face in his mantle
19. 19 Elijah passed by him. and cast his mantle
2 Ki. 2. 8 Elijah took his mantle and wrapped (it)
2. 13 He took up also the mantle of Elijah that
2. 14 he tookthe mantle of Elijah that fell from
2. Coverings, mantles, wrappers, rnyQyVmaataphoth.
Isa. 3. 22 suits of apparel, and the mantles, and the
Z.Upper robe, ? ya meil.
1 Sa. 15. 27 he laid hold upon the skirt of his mantle
28. 14 And she said .he (is) covered with a man.
Ezra 9. 3 I rent my garment and my mantle, and
9. 5 having rent my garment and my mantle
Job i. 20 Then Job arose and rent his mantle, and
2. 12 rent every one his mantle, and sprinkled
Psa.iog. 29 with their own confusion, a& with a man.
4.A cocerlet, n?>?V semikah.
Judg. 4. 18 turned in. .she covered him with a man.
MANY(things, of)
l.Multitude, pan hamon.
Gen. 17. 4 and thou shalt be a father ofmany nations
17. 5 father of many nations have I made thee
2 Ch.n. 23 And he desired many wives
2.Many, i~i rab.
Gen. 21. 34 sojourned in the Philistines land many
37. 34 Jacob, .mourned for his son many days
Exod. 5. 5 the people of the land now (are) many
19. 21 lest they, .gaze, and many of them perish
23. 2 to decline after many to wrest (judgm.)
Lev. 15. 25 have an issue of her blood many days out
25. 51 If., yet many years, .according unto them
Num. 9. 19 when the cloud tarried many days, then
13. 18 whether they, .strong or weak, few or in.
22. 3 of the people, because they (were) many
24. 7 and his seed.. in many waters and his k.
26. 54 To many thou shalt give the more inheri.
26. 56 possession . . be divided between many and
35. 8 from (them that have) many ye shall give
Deut. 1.46 So ye abode in Kadesh many days, accor.
2. i and we compassed mount Seir many days
2. 10, 21 a people great, and many, and tall, as
7. i hath cast out many nations before thee
15. 6 thou shalt lend unto many nations, but
15. 6 thou shalt reign over many nations, but
25. 3 and beat him above these with many stri.
28. 12 thou shalt lend unto many nations, and
31. 17 many evils and troubles shall befall them
31. 21 many evils and troubles are befallen them
Josh.n. 4 went out. .with horses and chariots .m.
22. 3 Ye have not left your brethren these many
Judg. 7. 2 The people . .with thee (are) too many for
7. 4 The people (are) yet (too) many ; bring
8. 30 threescore and ten sons . . for he had many
9. 40 many were overthrown (and) wounded
1 Sa.i4. 6 no restraint to the LORD to save by many
2 Sa. 22. 17 he took me ; he drew me out of many w.
1 Ki. 2. 38 And Shimei dwelt in Jerusalem many d.
4. 20 Judah and Israel (were)many, as the sand
ii. i But king Solomon loved many strange w.
18. i came to pass, (after) many days, that the
18. 25 ye (are) many ; and call on the name of
2 Ki. 9. 22 whoredoms, .her witchcrafts (are so) m. ?
1 Ch. 4. 27 but his brethren had not many children
5. 22 For there fell down many slain, beraii.-r
7. 22 Ephraim their father mourned many days
28. 5 for the LORD hath given me many sons
2 Ch.i4- ii whether with many, or with them that
30. 17 For (there were) many in the congregation
30. 18 multitude of the people, (even) many i>r F.
32. 23 many brought gifts unto the LORD to Jcr.
Ezra 3. 12 many. .wept, .and many shouted aloud
10. 1
3_ people (are) many, and (it is) a time of
Neh. 5. 2" our daughters, (are) many : therefore we
6. 18 For (there were) many in Judah sworn
7. 2 faithful man, and feared God above many
9. 28 many times didst thmi deliver them ace.
9. 30 Yet many years didst thou forbear them
13. 26 yet among many nations was there no k.
Etth. i. 4 many days, (even) an hundred and fours.
2. 8 when many maidens were gathered toge.
Esth. 4. 3 wailing; and many lay in sackcloth and
8. 17 many of the people of the land became J.
Job 4. 3 Behold, thou hast instructed many, and
ii. 19 thou shah lie down, .yea, many shall make
16. 2 have heard many such things : miserable
23. 14 performeth. .and many such (things are)
Psa 3- i LORD, .many(are) they that risoupauaiu -t
3. 2 Many (there be) which say of my soul, (Th.
4. 6 many that say, Who will show us (any) g.
1 8. 1 6 he took me, he drew me out of many wa.
22. 12 Many bulls have compassed me : strong
29. 3 thundereth : the \MKI> (is) upon many w.
31. ij For I have heard the slander of many : f.
32. 10 Many sorrows (shall be) to the wicked : but
34. 19 Many (are) the afflictions of the righteous
37. 16 (is) better than the riches of many wicked
40. 3 many shall see (it), and fear, and shall
40. 5 Many, .(are) thy wonderful works(which)
55. 18 hath delivered, .for there were many with
56. 2 for (they be) many that flght against me
71. 7 I am as a wonder unto many : but thou
93. 4 (is) mightier than the noise of many wat.
106. 43 Many times did he deliver them ; but they
no. 6 shall wound the heads over many count.
119. 157 Many (are) my persecutors and mine e.
Prov. 7. 26 For she hath cast down many wounded
10. 21 lips of the righteous feed many : but fools
14. 20 poor is hated, .but the rich (hath) many
19. 4 Wealth maketh many friends : but the
19. 6 Many will entreat the favour of the prince
19. 21 many devices in a man s heart ; neverthe.
28. 2 For the transgression of a land many (are)
28. 27 he that hideth his eyes shall have many
29. 26 Many seek the ruler s favour : but (every)
31. 29 Many daughters have done virtuously, but
Ecc. 6. 3 If a man . .live many years, so that the
6. 3 days of his years be many, and his soul be
7. 29 but they have sought out many inventions
Song 8. 7 Many waters cannot quench love, neither
Isa. 2. 3 many people shall go and say, Come ye
2. 4 shall rebuke many people ; and they shall
5. 9 Of a truth many houses shall be desolate
8. 7 the waters of the river, strong and many
8. 15 many among (hem shall stumble, and fall
17. 12 Woe to the multitude of many people
17. 13 shall rush like the rushing of many waters
31. i and trust in chariots, because (they are)
52. 14 and his form more than the sons of men
52. 15 So shall he sprinkle many nations ; the
53. ii shall my righteous servant justify many
53. 12 bare the sin of many, and made interces.
Jer. 3. i but thou hast played the harlot with m.
it. 15 she hath wrought lewduess with many
12. 10 Many pastors have destroyed my vineyard
13. 6 came to pass after many days, that the
16. 16 send for many fishers many hunters, and
20. 10 For I heard the defaming of many, fear
22. 8 many nations shall pass by this city, and
25. 14 For many nations and great kings shall
27. 7 many nations and great kings shall serve
28. 8 prophesied both against many countries
32. 14 put them, that they may continue many
35. 7 that ye may live many days in the land
36. 32 were added besides unto them many like
37. 16 and Jeremiah had remained there many
50. 41 many kings shall be raised up from the
51. 13 () thou that dwellest upon many waters
Lam. i. 22 for my sighs (are) many, and my heart
Eze. 3. 6 Not to many people of a strange speech
12. 27 The vision that he seeth (is) for many days
16.41 execute judgments, .in the sight of many
17. 7 eagle with great wings and many feathers
17. 9 without great power or many people to
17. 17 and building forts, to cut off many persons
19. 10 full of blanches by reason of many waters
26. 3 will cause many nations to come upaga.
27. 3 a merchant of the people for many isles
27. 15 many isles (were) the merchandise of th.
27. 33 thou nlledst many people ; thou didst
32. 3 over thee with a company of many people
32. 9 I will also vex the hearts of many people
32. 10 I will make many people amazed at thee
33. 24 but we (are) many; the land is given us
37. 2 (there were) very many in the open valley
38. 6 all his bands ; (and) many people with thee
38. 8 After many days thou shalt be visited : in
38. 8 (is) gathered out of many people, against
38. 9 all thy bands, and many people with thee
38. 15 many people with thee, all of them riding
38. 22 upon the many people that (are) with him
38. 23 will be known in the eyes of many nations
39. 27 sanctified in the sight of many nations
43. 2 his voice (was) like a noise of many watt.
47. 7 many trees on the one side and on the
47. 10 the flsh of the great sea, exceeding many
Dan. 8. 25 by peace shall destroy many : he shall also
8. 26 the vision ; for it (shall be) for many days
9. 27 he shall confirm the covenant with many
11. 14 there shall many stand up against the
n. 18 face unto the isles, and shall take many
n. 26 overflow; and many shall fall down slam
ii. 33 they that understand, .shall instruct ma.
ii. 34 many shall cleave to them with tlatti ri<
-
1 1. 39 he shall cause them to rule over many, and
ii. 40 and with horsemen, and with many ships
n. 41 many (countries) shall be overthrown: but
11. 44 to destroy, and utterly to make away ma.
12. 2 many of them that sleep in the dust of
12. 3 they that turn many to righteousness as
12. 4 many shall run to and fro, and knowledge
12. 10 Many shall be purified, and made white
Hos. 3. 3 Thou shalt abide for me many days ; thou
Hos. 3. 4 shall abide many days without a king
Amos 8. 3 (shall be) many dead bodies in every place
Mic. 4. 2 many nations shall come, and say, Come
4. 3 And he shall jud^e among many people
4. ii many nations are gathered against thee
4. 13 thou shalt beat in pieces many people : and
5. 7 shall be in the midst of many people as
5. 8 the (ieutiles in the midst of many people
Nan. i. 12 Though (they be) quiet, and likewise in.
Hab. 2. 8 thou hast spoiled many nations, all the
2. 10 hast consulted shame, .by cutting off m.
Zech. 2. ii many nations shall be joined to the I."i.i>
8. 20 people, and the inhabitants of many cities
8.. 22 many people and strong nations shall co.
Mai. 2. 6 and did turn many away from iniquity
a. 8 have caused many to stumble at the law
3. Abundance, -"i rob.
i Ki. 7. 47 they were exceeding many : neither was
Isa. 24. 22 and after many days shall they be
4.Myriad, ~?5"! rebabah.
Num. 10. 36 .Return, .unto the many thousands of I.
5.Great, K *y saggi.
Ezra 5. ii that was builded these many years ago
Dan. 2. 48 gave him many great gifts, and made him
6. Sufficient, iKav6s hikanos.
Luke 7. ii many of his disciples went with him, and
8. 32 an herd of many swine feeding on the
23. 9 he questioned with him in many words
Acts 9. 23 after that many days were fulfilled, the
9. 43 he tarried many days in Joppa with one
12. 12 where many were gathered together pra.
14. 21 when they, .had taught many, they retu.
19. 19 Manyof them also which used curious arts
20. 8 were many lights in the upper chamber
27. 7 we had sailed slowly many days, and sea.
i Co. ii. 30 many (are) weak and sickly among you
7. More, greater, irXtiwv jileiSn.
Luken. 53 to provoke him to speak of many things
Acts 2. 40 with many other words did he testify and
13. 31 he was seen many days of them which c.
21. 10 as we tarried (there) many days, there c.
24. 1 7 after many years I came to bring alms to
25. 14 when they had been there many days, F.
27. 20 sun nor stars in many days appeared
28. 23 there came many to him into (his) lodging
1 Co. 10. 5 with many of them God was not well pie.
2 Co. 2. 6 punishment, which (was inflicted) of ma.
4. 15 might through the thanksgiving of many
Phil. i. 14 many of the brethren in the Lord, waxing
Heb. 7. 23 they truly were many priests, because they
8. Much, many, wo\vs polus.
Matt. 3. 7 But when he saw many of the Pharisees
7. 13 broad, .and many there be which go in
7. 22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, L.
7. 22 and in thy name done many wonderful
8. 1 1 many shall come from the east and west
8. 16 many that were possessedwith devils: and
8. 30 there was. .an herd of many swine feeuin^
9. 10 many publicans and sinners came and sat
10. 31 ye are of more value than many sparrows
13. 3 he spake many things unto them in par.
13. 17 many prophets and righteous (men) have
13. n8 he did not many mighty works there, lie.
15. 30 blind, dunrb, maimed, and many others
16. 21 and suffer many things of the elders and
19. 30 But many (that are) first shall be last; and
20. 16 first last : [for many be called, but few c.]
20. 28 and to give his life a ransom for many
22. 14 For many are called, but few (are) chosen
24. 5 many shall come . and shall deceive many
24. 10 then shall many be offended, and shall
24. ii many false prophets shall .deceive many
24. 12 iniquity shall abound, the love of many
25. 21, 23 I will make thee ruler over many th.
26. 28 is shed for many for the remission of sins
26. 60 [yea, though many false witnesses came]
27. 19 I have suffered many things this day in a
27. 52 many bodiesofthesaints which slept arose
27. 53 into the holy city.ami appeared unto many
27. 55 many women were there beholding afar
Mark i. 34 healed many, .and cast out many devil -s
2. 2 straightway many were gathered toueth.T
2. 15 many publicans and sinners sat also tog.
2. 15 for there were many, and they followed
3. 10 For he had h.-aled many ; Insomuch that
4. 2 he taught them many things by parables.
4. 33 with [many] such parables spake he the
5. o saying, My name (is) Legion : forwearem
5. 26 suffered many things of many physicians
6. 2 [many] hearingKhim) were astonished, sa.
6. 13 many devils, and anointed with oil many
6. 20 he did many things, and heardhim gladly
6. 31 forthereweremanycomingandgoing.and
6. 33 many knew him, and noafoot thither out
6. 34 and he began to teach them many things
7. 4 many other tiling there be which they
7. 8 [and many other such like things ye do]
7. 13 delivered : and many such like things do
8. 31 Son of man must raffer many things, and
9. 12 he must suffer many things, and be set at
9. 26 was as one dead ; insomuch that many said
10. 31 But many (that are) first shall belaat; and
10. 45 and to give his life a ransom for many
10. 48 many charged him that he should hold his
11. 8 many spread their garments in the way
12. 5 him they killed, and many others; beating
12. 41 and many that were rich cast in much
13. 6 many shall come . . and shall deceive many
MANY
Mark 14. 24 This is my blood., which is shed for many
14. 56 many bare false witness against him, but
15. 3 the chief priests accused him of many th.
15. 41 many other women which came up with
Luke i. i many have taken in hand to set forth in
1. 14 gladness; and many shall rejoice at his
1. 16 many of(he childrenof Israel shall he turn
2. 34 for the fall and rising again of many in I.
2. 35 the thoughts of many hearts may be re.
3. 1 8 many other tilings in his exhortation pr.
4. 25 many widows were in Israel in the days
4. 27 many lepers were in Israel in the time of
4. 41 devils also came out of many, crying out
7. 21 he cured many of (their) infirmities andpl.
-. 21 and unto many (that were) blind he gave
7. 47 Hersins, which are many, are forgiven; for
8. 3 Susanna, and many others, which minis.
8. 30 because many devils, .entered into him
9. 22 Son of man must suffer many things, and
10. 24 For I tell you, that many prophets and k.
10. 41 thou art careful and troubled about many
12. 7 ye are of more value than many sparrows
12. 19 hast much goods laid up for many years
12. 47 that servant, .shall be beaten with many
13. 24 formany, I say unto you, will seek to enter
14. 16 A. .man made a great supper, and bade m.
15. 13 And not many days after, the younger son
17. 25 But first must he suffer many things, and
27. 8 for many shall come in my name, saying
22. 65 many other things blasphemously spake
23. 8 because he had heard many things of him
John 2. 12 and they continued there not many days
2. 23 many believed in his mi me, when they saw
4. 39 many of the Samaritans of that city beli.
4. 41 many more believed because of his own
6. 60 Many therefore of his disciples, when they
6. 66 From, .(time) many, .disciples went back
7. 31 many of the people believed on him, and
7. 40 [Many] of the people therefore, when they
8. 26 I have many things to say and to judge of
8. 30 As he spake these words many believed on
10. 20 many of them said, He hath a devil, and is
10. 32 Many good works have I showed you from
10. 41 many resorted unto him, and said, John
10. 42 And many believed on him there
11. 19 many of the Jews came to Martha andM.
n. 45 Then many of the Jews which c.ame to M.
ii. 47 What do we ? for this man doeth many
11. 55 many wentout of the country up to Jeru.
12. 1 1 Because that by reason of him many of the
12. 42 among the chief rulers also many believed
14. 2 In my Father s house are many mansions
16. 12 I have yet many things to say unto you
19. 20 This title then read many of the Jews ; for
20. 30 many other signs truly did Jesus in the p.
21.25 there are also many other things which J.
Acts i. 3 by many infallible proofs, being seen of t.
1. 5 baptized with the Holy Ghost not many
2. 43 many wonders and signs were done by the
4. 4 Howbeit many of them which heard the
5. 12 by the hands of the apostles were many s.
8. 7 came out of many . . and many taken with
8. 25 preached the gospel in many villages of
9. 13 Lord, I have heard by many of this man
9. 42 known, .and many believed in the Lord
10. 27 and found many that were come together
13. 43 many of the Jews and religious proselytes
15.32 exhorted the brethren with many words
15. 35 the word of the Lord, with many others
16. 18 this did she many days. But Paul, being
16. 23 when theyhad laid manystripes upon them
17. 12 Therefore many of them believed ; also
18. 8 many of the Corinthians hearing believed
19. 18 many that believed came, and confessed
20. 19 with [many] tears, and temptations, which
24. 10 know that thou hast been for many years
25. 7 laid many and grievous complaints agai.
26. 9 that I ought to do many things contrary
26. 10 many of the saints did I shut up in prison
28. 10 Who alsohonouredus with many honours
Horn. 4. 17 have made thee a father of many nations
4. 1 8 might become the father of many nations
5. 15 if through the offence of one many be dead
5. 15 grace of God. .hath abounded unto many
5. 16 but the free gift(is) of many offences unto
5. 19 by one man s disobedience many were m.
5. 19 the obedience of one shall many be made
8. 29 that he might be the first born among
12. 4 For as we have many members in one b.
12. 5 So we, (being) many, are one body in Ch.
15. 23 having a great desire these many years
16. 2 for she hath been a succourer of many
x Co. i. 26 many wise . . not many mighty, not many
4. 15 yet (have ye) not many fathers : for in C.
8. 5 earth, as there be gods many... lords m.
10. 17 For we (being) many are one bread, (and)
10. 33 mine own profit, but the (profit) of many
11. 30 For this cause many (are) weak and sickly
12. 12 For as the body is one, and hath many m.
12. 12 members of that one body, being many
12. 14 For the body is not one member, but m.
12. 20 But now (are they) many members, yet
16. 9 opened unto me, and (there are) many ad.
a Co. i. ii upon us by the means of many persons
1. ii thanks may be given by many on our be.
2. 4 I wrote unto you with many tears ; not
2. 17 For we are not as [many], which corrupt
6. 10 as poor, yet making many rich ; as having
8. 22 proved diligent in many things, but now
9. 12 is abundant also by many thanksgivings
IT. 18 Seeing that many glory after the flesh, I
12. 21 I shall bewail many which have sinned
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Gal. 1. 14 above many my equals in mine own nat.
3. 1 6 He saith not, Arid to seeds, as of many
4. 27 for the desolate hath many more children
Phil. 3. 18 For many walk, of whom I have told you
1 Ti. 6. 9 and (into) many foolish and hurtful lusts
6. 10 pierced themselves through with many
6. 1 2 a good profession before many witnesses
2 Ti. 2. 2 hast heard of me among many witnesses
Titus i. 10 For there are many unruly and vain talk.
| Heb. 2. 10 in bringing many sons untoglory, to make
5.11 Of whom we have many things to say
9. 28 was once otfered to bear the sins of many
12. 15 trouble (you), and thereby [many] be defl.
Jas. 3. i My brethren, be not many masters, kno.
3. 2 Forinmany things we olfend all. Ifanym.
2 Pe. i. 2 many shall follow their pernicious ways
1 Jo. ^. 18 even now are their many antichrists; wh.
4. i because many false prophets are gone out
2 John 7 For many deceivers are entered into the
12 Having many things to write unto you, I
3 John 13 I had many things to write, but I will not
.Rev. 1.15 and his voice as the sound of many waters
5. ii heard the voice of many angels round ab.
8. ii many men died of the waters, because they
9. 9 as the sound of chariots of many horses
10. ii must prophesy again before many peoples
14. 2 as the voice of many waters, and as thev.
17. i great whore that sitteth upon many waters
19. 6 as the voice of many waters, and as the
19. 12 on his head (were) many crowns ; and he
[See also How, so, these very.]
MANY thousands
A myriad, n^-i rebabah.
Num 10. 36 .Return, .unto the many thousands of Is.
MANY, to be, do, give, have, make, use
I. To be many, multiplied, as") rabdb.
i Sa. 25. 10 There be many servants now a days that
Psa. 25. 19 Consider mineenemies, for theyaremany
Isa. 22. 9 of the city of David, that they are many
66. 16 and the slain of the LORD shall be many
Jer. 5. 6 because their transgressions are many
14. 7 for our backslidings are many ; we have
2. To be many, n:n rabah.
i Ch.23. 17 but the sons of Rehabiah were very many
Prov. 4. 10 and the years of thy life shall be many
3. To make many, nzrj rabah, 5.
Num35. 8 from (them that have) . . ye shall give many
i Ch. 7. 4 for war. .for they had many wives and
8. 40 had many sons, and sons sons, an hund.
23. ii but Jeush and Beriah had not many sons
Ezra 10. 13 we are many that have transgressed in
Job 41. 3 Will he make many supplications unto
Prov. 6. 35 rest content, though thou givest many
Isa. 1.15 yea, when ye make many prayers, I will
Jer. 46. 1 1 in vain shall thou use many medicines
46. 1 6 He made many to fall, yea, one fell upon
Eze. 22. 2S they have made her many widows in the
Hos. 8. ii Because Ephraim hath madSimany altars
4.Many, abundant, 3T rab.
1 Sa. 2. 5 that hath many children is waxed feeble
2 Sa. 23. 20 of Kabzeel, who had done many acts, he
i Ch.n. 22 man of Kabzeel, who had done many acts
5. Abundance, 3"i rob.
i Ki. 7. 47 because they were exceeding many : nei.
MANY a time
1. Many, abundant, 3n rab.
Psa. 129. i, 2 Many a time have they afflicted me from
2. To make many, nyi rabah, 5.
Psa. 78. 38 many a time turned he his anger away, and
MANY, to make self
To make self heavy, 152 kabed, 7.
Nah. 3. 15 make thyself many, .make thyself many
MANY things
Many, abundant, 3T rab.
Isa. 42. 20 Seeing many things, but thou observest
MA -OCH, Tfiyo poor.
Father of Achish king of Gath, to whom David fled
when persecuted by Saul. B.C. 1060.
i Sa. 27. 2 unto Achish, the son of M., king of Gath
MA -ON, Jiys habitation.
1. A city and wilderness in JiKlah, near Ziph and
Carmel ; now called Main, seven miles S.E. of Hebron.
Josh 15. 55 M., Carmel, and Ziph, and Juttah
i Sa. 25. 2 (there was) a man in M., whose possessions
2. A descendant of Caleb, son of Hezron, or his abode.
B.C. 1400.
1 Ch. 2.45 And the son of Shammai (was) M. : and M.
MA-ON-ITES, pyc.
A tribe (near Amalek) that oppressed Israel. See
Mehunim.
Judgio. 12 the M., did oppress you ; and ye cried to
MAR, to
1. To give pain, mar, 2x9 kaab, 5.
2 Ki. 3. 19 and mar every good piece of land with s.
2. To break doion, mar, cnj nathas.
Job 30. 13 They mar my path, they set forward my
3. To corrupt, nny shachath, 3.
Nah. 2. 2 emptied them out, and marred their vine
4. To corrupt, nny shachath, 5.
Lev. 19. 27 neither shalt thou mar the corners of thy
MARK
Ruth 4. 6 lest I mar mine own inheritance : redeem
i Sa. 6. 5 imagesofyourniicethatmartheland; and
Jer. 13. 9 After this manner will I mar the pride of
MA -RA, K-jp bitter.
An appellation assumed by Naomi, B.C. 1320, instead
of her former one which signified "pleasant."
Ruth i. 20 Call me not Naomi, call me M. : for the
MA -RAH, n-o bitter.
The first station of Israel on the E. of the Red Sea, in
the peninsula of Sinai.
Exodis. 23 when they came to M., they could not d.
15. 23 drink of the waters of M., for they (were) b.
15. 23 therefore the name of it was called M.
Num 33. 8 And they departed, .and pitched in M.
33. 9 and they removedfrom M., and came unto
MAR-A -LAH, .1^-15 declivity. A city in Zebulun, how called Arrabeh.
Josh 19. ii border went up toward the sea, and M.
MAR-AN-A -THA, Mapai/ add, Aramaic Kpt pa.
An emphatic assertion of the apostle Paul, in Aramaic or
Syriac, meaning "Our Lord hag come" (or "will come").
i Co. 16. 22 love not., let him be anathema maranatha
MARBLE
\.White marble, u v, v& shesh, shayish.
i Ch.2g. 2- stones, and marble stones in abundance
Esth. i. 6 silver rings and pillars of marble : the b.
Song 5. 15 His legs (are as) pillars of marble set upon
2. Shining marble, /j.dp/j.apos marmaros.
Rev. 1 8. 12 wood, and of brass, and iron, and marble
MARCH (through), to
1 . To go on, nVn halak.
Hab. i. 6 which shall march through the breadth
2. To go on, ~\i", yalak.
Jer. 46. 22 for they shall march with an army, and
Joel 2. 7 they shall march every one on his ways
3. To remove, journey, J?CJ nasa.
Exodi4. 10 Egyptians inarched after them ; and they
4. To step forward, ij$ tsaad.
Judg. 5. 4 when thou marchedst out of the field of
Psa. 68. 7 thou didst march through the wilderness
Hab. 3. 12 Thou didst march through the land in in.
MA-RE -SHAH, nyxi.is, nyio possession.
1. A fortified city in the plain of Judah, one and a halt
miles S. of Eleutheropolis.
Josh. 15. 44 Keilah, and Achzib, and M., nine cities
2Ch.n. 8 And Gath, and M., and Ziph
14. 9 And there came out against them, .unto M.
14. 10 and they set the battle in array, .at M.
20. 37 Then Eliezer the son of Dodavah of M. p.
Mic. i. 15 an heir unto thee, inhabitant of M. : he
2. The father of Hebron. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 2. 42 and the sons of M. the father of Hebron
3. The son of Laadah. B.C. 1400.
1 Ch. 4. 21 Laadah, the father of M., and the families
MARINER
I.Mariner, rfc maliach.
Eze. 27. 9 the ships of the sea with their mariners
27. 27 thy mariners, and thy pilots, thy calkers
27. 29 the mariners, (and) all the pilots of the
Jon. i. 5 Then the mariners were afraid, and cried
2. To go to and fro, row, on? shut.
Eze. 27. 8 inhabitants of Zidon. . were thy mariner*
MARISH
Ditch, marshy place, N33 gebe.
Eze. 47. ii marishes thereof shall not be healed; t.
MARK, MAR-CTJS, Map/cos.
1. The surname of John, cousin (or nephew) of Barnabas,
the companion of Paul.
Acts in. 12 John, whose surname was M. ; where m.
12. 25 took with. .John, whose surname was M.
15. 37 with them John, whose surname was M.
I 5- 39 Barnabas took M., and sailed unto Cyprus
Col. 4. ioM.,sister ssontoBarnabas,touchingwhom
2 Ti. 4. 1 1 Take M. , and bring him with thee for he
Phm. 24 M., Aristarchus, Demas, Lucas, my fellow
2. A son or disciple of Peter, said to have written the
second Gospel.
i Pe. 5. i3The(church)..salutethyou; and..M. my son
MARK
1.A sign, nix oth.
Gen. 4. 15 LOUD set a mark upon Cain, lest any find
2.A butt, mark, NIB?, rry$y mattarah, mattara.
i Sa. 20. 20 I will shoot, .as though I shot at a mark
Job 16. 12 shaken me. .and set me up for his mark
Lam. 3. 12 benthis bow, and set me as amark forthe
3.^1 butt, mark, J?J?9 miphga.
Job 7. 20 why hast thou set me as a mark against
4.A mark, 11? tav.
Eze. 9. 4 set a mark upon the foreheads of the men
9. 6 not near any man upon whom (is) the m.
5.A cross mark, J?i2p qaaqa.
Lev. 19. 28 Ye shall not. .print any marka upon you
MARK
Q.Mark, goal, aim, tTKowAt .tkopos.
Phil. 3. 14 I press towards the mark for the prize of
7. A point, puncture, ff-riyna stigma.
Gal. 6. 17 for I bear in my body the marks of the
8. Impressed mark, engraving, xdpaypa charagma.
Key. 13. 16 to receive a mark in their ri;,ht hand, or
13. 17 save he that had the mark, or the name
14. 9 receive (his) mark in his forehe-id, or in
14. ii whosoever receiveth the mark of his name
15. 2 [and over his image, and over his mark]
16. 2 the men which had the mark of the beast
19. 20 that had received the mark of the beast
20. 4 neither had received (his) mark upon th.
MARK, to
1 . To understand, J 3 bin.
Job 1 8. 2 mark, and afterwards we will speak
_. To seal, shut up, onn Chatham, 3.
Job 24. 16 (which) they had marked for themselves
0. To know, in; yada.
Ruth 3. 4 that thou shall mark the place where he
1 Ki. 20. 7 Mark, I pray you, and see how this (man)
20. 22 Go, strengthen thyself, and mark, and s.
4. To face, front, .i}? panah.
Job 21. 5 Mark me, and be astonished, and lay (your)
5. To give attention, a^p qashab, 5.
Jer. 23. 18 who hath marked his word, and heard (it)
6. To see, .INT raah.
2 Sa. 13. 2*8 Mark ye now when A union s heart is m.
7. To observe, watch, fSV shamar.
i Sa. i. 12 it came to pass, .that Eli marked her m.
Job 10. 14 If I sin, then thou markest me, and thou
22. 15 Hast thou marked the old way which w.
33. n in the stocks, he marketh all my paths
39. i canst thou mark when the hinds do calve?
Psa. 37. 37 Mark the perfect (man), and behold the
56 6 they hide themselves, they mark my steps
130. 3 If thou, LOKD, shouldest mark iniquities
8. To hold on or upon, ^vt-^u epecho.
Luke 14. 7 when he marked how they chose out the
9. To look at, iralch, ffKoirfoa skopeo.
Rom 1 6. 17 mark them which cause divisions and off.
Phil. 3. 17 mark them which walk so as ye have us
MARK out, to
To mark out, TXJ? taar, 3.
Isa. 44. 13 he marketh it out with a line, he fltteth
44. 13 he marketh it out with the compass, and
jCARK well, to
1. To gire attention, -V$ qashab, 5.
Job 33. 31 Mark well, Job ; hearken unto me : hold
2. To set heart (to), (^) 3.
1
? C y sim leb (le).
Eze. 44. 5 Son of man, mark well, and behold with
44. 5 mark well the entering in of the house
3. To set heart to,
* ^ n-y shith leb le.
Psa. 48. 13 Mark ye well her bulwarks, consider her
HARKED, to be
To be treasured up, marked, spotted, erg katham, 2.
Jer. 2. 22 (yet) thine iniquity is marked before me
HARKET (place)
\.Merchandise, in^p maarab.
Eze. 27. 13 of men and vesselsof brr.ssin tliy market
27. 17 they traded in thy market wheat of Min.
27. 19 cassia, and calamus, were in thy market
27. 25 Tarehish did sing of thee in thy market
1. Market place, place of assembly, iyood agora.
Mutti i. 16 unto children sitting in the markets, and
20. 3 others standing idle in the maiket place
23. 7 greetings in the markets, and to be called
Mark 7. 4 (when they come) from the market, except
12. 38 aud;()ove)salutations in the marketplaces
Luke 7. 32 unto children sitting in the market place
ii. 43 for ye love, greetings in the markets
20. 46 love greetings in the markets, and the hi
Acts 16. 19 drew (them) into the market place unto
17. 17 in the market daily with them that met
MA -ROTH. ni-,0 lordship.
A city in the N.W. of Judah ; perhaps the same as
Jarmuth.
Mic. i. 12 the inhabitant of M. waited carefully for
MARRED, to be
1 .Corruption, marring, rnyp mishcfialh.
Isa. 52. 14 his visage was so marred more than any
2.7*0 corrupt, mar, n~y shachath, 2.
Jer. 13. 7 and, behold, the girdle was marred, it
18. 4 vessel that he made of clay was marred
3. To lose, destroy, aw6\\v/j.t apollumi.
Mark 2. 22 is spilled, and the bottles will be marred
KARRIAGE
Marriage or wedding feast, ydpos gamos.
Matt 22. 2 king, which made a marriage for his son
22. 4 things (are) ready : come unto the marri.
22. 9 many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage
25. 10 went in with him to the marriage : and
John 2. i the third day there was a marriage in ( .
2. 2 called, and his disciples, to the iu:irria^ -
Ueb. 13. 4 Marriage (is) honourable in all, and the
B*v. ig. 7 for the marriage of the lamb is come, and
ij. ,g thy which are called unto the marriage
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MARRIAGE, duty of
Cohabitation, n;iy onah.
K\M.;.- 10 her raiment, and her duty of marriage
MARRIAGE, to give, be given in or to
1. To be praised, V?rr halal, 4.
Psa. 78. 63 their maidens were not given to marriage
2. To be given in marriage, yaniffKOfjiai gamiskomai.
Marki2. 25 neither marry, nor[are given in marriage]
3. To give out in marriage, ticyanifa ekgamizo.
Matt 22. 30 nor [are given in marriage], but are as the
24. 38 marrying and [given in marriage], until
Luke 17. 27 [they were given in marriage], until the
i Co. 7. 38 So then [he that giveth (her) in marriage!
7. 38 but [he that giveth (her) not in marriage]
4. To be given out in marriage, ^Kya^iffKo/j.ai.
Luke 20. 34 children, .marry, and [are given in mar.]
20. 35 neither marry, nor [are given in marriage]
MARRIAGES, to make
To intermarry, jnri chathnn, 7.
Gen. 34. 9 make ye marriages with us, (and)give your
Deut. 7. 3 Neither shalt thou make marriages with
.1 031123. 12 and shall make marriages with them, and
MARRIED, to be
1 . Lord, master, owner, "?y3 baal.
Deut 22. 22 with a woman married to an husband, then
Jer. 3. 14 for I am married unto you : and I will take
2. To be lord, master, owner, hyy baal, 2.
Prov 30. 23 For an odious (woman) when she is niarr.
Isa. 62. 4 in thee, and thy land shall be married
3. Owner of a loife, n^K >j;3 baal ishshah.
Exocbi. 3 if he were married, then his wife shall go
4. Wives, DVJ nashim.
Num 36. 3 if they be married to any of the sons of
36. ii married unto their father s brother s sons
36. 12 they were married into the families of the
5. To marry, yapeia gamed.
Mark 10. 12 if a woman, .be married to another, she
i Co. 7. 10 unto the married I command, (yet) not
7. 33 But he that is married careth for the th.
7. 34 but she that is married careth for the th.
7. 39 she is at liberty to be married to whom
6. To liccnnie, yivofj.a.1 i/tnumai.
Rom. 7. 3 she be married to another man, she shall
7. 3 no adulteress, though she be married to
7. 4 that ye should bemiirried to another,(eveo)
MARRIED wife -
To be master, owner, ^yy baal.
Isa. 54. i more. .than the children of the married w.
MARROW, (full of)
1. Fat, nbri cheleb.
Psa. 63. 5 soul shall be satisfied as (with) marrow and
2. Marrow, no mooch.
Job 21. 24 and hisbonesare moistened with marrow
3. To be full of marrow, nap machah, 4.
Isa. 25. 6 of fat things full of marrow, of wines on
l.Juice, marrow, *py shiqqui.
Prov. 3. 8 health to thy navel, and marrow to thy b.
5. Marrow, ^tufAoy muelos.
IJeb. 4. 12 and spirit, and of the joints and matron
MARRY (a wife), to
1. To be master, owner, *?i5 baal.
Deut24. i hath taken a wife, and married her, and
Isa. 62. 5 For (as) a young man marrieth a virgin
62. 5 shall thy sons marry thee : and (as) the b.
Mai. 2. 1 1 hath married the daughter of a strange
2.7*0 marry a brother s widow, 03; yabam, 3.
Gen. 38. 8 unto thy brother s wife, and marry her
3. To cause to sit down or still, 3?;
; yashab, 5.
Neb.. 13. 23 Jews (that) had married wives of Ashdod
13. 27 transgress against our God in marrying s.
4.To take, npS laqach.
Gen. 19. 14 sons in law, which married his daughters Num 1 2. i the Ethiopian woman whom he had mar.
12. i for he had married an Ethiopian woman
1 Ch. 2. 21 whom he married when he (was) threesc.
5.7*0 lift up, y) nasa.
2 Ch.i3. 21 waxed mighty, and married fourteen wi.
6. liecome wives, DXfy/ *n [liayah].
Num. 36. 6 Let them marry to whom they think best
36. 6 only to the family, .shall they mairy
. To marry, yauiw gameo.
Matt. 5. 32 whosoever shall marry her that is divor.
19. 9 Whosoever, shall marry another, comm.
19. 9 whoso marrieth her which is put away a.
19. 10 be so with (his) wife, it is not good to in.
22. 25 first, when he had married a wife, decea.
22. 30 neither marry, nor are given in marriage
24. 38 marrying and given in marriage, until
Mark 6. 17 Philip s wife ; for he had married her
10. ii shall put away his wife, and marry auot.
12. 25 neither marry, nor are given in niiirriane
Luke 1 4 20 And another said, I have married a wife
16. 18 putteth away his wife, and marrieth an.
16. 1 8 whosoever marrieth her that is put away
17. 27 they drank, they married wives, they were
20. 34 children of this world marry, and are gi.
20. 35 neither marry, nor are L iven in marriage
i Co. 7. 9 But if they cannot contain, let them marry
MARVELLOUS
i Co. 7. 9 for it is better to marry than to burn
7. 28 But and if thou marry, thou hast not sin.
7. 28 and if a virgin marry, she hath not sinned
7. 36 what he will, he sinneth not : let them m.
1 Ti. 4. 3 Forbidding to marry, (and commanding)
5. u wax wanton against Christ, they will ma.
5. 14 therefore that the younger women marry
8.7*o marry a brother s imdow, (Tnya^fipfvco.
Mattz-j 24 his brother shall marry his wife, and raise
MAR-SE -NA, N}P~? worthy.
One of the seven princes of Media and Persia which saw
the king s face at pleasure. B.C. 519.
Esth. i. 14 next unto him (was)Carshena. .Meres, M.
MAR S HILL, "Aptios irdyos areios pagos. See
Artopagus.
A hill in Athens with an open space, where sat the court
of the Areopagus, the supreme tribunal of justice
modified by Solon.
Acts 17. 22 Paul stood in the midst of M. H., and said
MART
A mart, merchandise, TTI^ sachar.
Isa. 23. 3 her revenue; and she is a mart of nations
MAR -THA, mdpSa, from Ch. K^-IC lady.
The elder sister of Mary and Lazarus in Bethany.
Lukeio. 38 a certain woman named M. received him
10. 40 But M. was cumbered about much serving
10. 41 Jesus, .said unto her, M., M., thou are c.
Johnn. i (named) Lazarus, of Bethany.. town of. .M.
n. 5 Now Jesus loved M., and her sister, and
11. 19 many of the Jews came to M. and Mary
1 1. 20 Then M., as soon as she heard that Jesus
ii. 21 Then said M. unto Jesus, Lord, if thou h.
ii. 24 M. saith unto him, I know that he shall r.
ii. 30 Jesus. .wasinthatplacewhereM.met him
11. 39 M., the sister of him that was dead, saith
12. 2 they made him a supper; and M. served
MARTYR -
A witness, martyr, /j.aprvs,/j.dpTvpmartus,martur.
Acts 22. 20 tile blood of thy martyr Stephen was shed
Rev. 2. 13 Antipas (was) my faithful martyr, who was
17. 6 with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus
MARVEL
Admirable, wonderful, 0au,ua(rrJj lhaumastos.
2 Co. ii. 14 And no [marvel]; for Satan himself is
MARVEL (at), to
1.7 o wonder, marvel, atjn tamah.
Gen. 43. 33 and the men marvelled one at another
Psa. 48. 5 they marvelled ; they were troubled, (and)
Eccl. 5. 8 marvel not at the matter : for (he that is)
2.7*0 admire, wonder, 6av/j.d{w thaumazo.
Matt. 8. 10 marvelled, and said to them that followed
8. 27 the men marvelled, saying, What manner
9. 8 [they marvelled], and glorifledGod, which
9. 33 the multitudes marvelled, saying, It was
21. 20 they marvelled, saying, How soon is the
22. 22 they marvelled, and left him, and went
27. 14 that the governor marvelled greatly
Mark 5. 20 great things, .and all (men) did marvel
6. 6 he marvelled because of their unbelief
12. 17 And they marvelled at him
15. 5 answered nothing: so that Pilate marvel.
15. 44 Pilate marvelled if he were already dead
Luke 1.21 and marvelled that he tarried so long in
1. 63 His name is John. And they marvelled
2. 33 his mother marvelled at those things which
7. 9 he marvelled at him,and turned him about
n. 38 marvelled that he had not first washed
20. 26 they marvelled at his answer, and held
John 3. 7 Marvel not that I said unto thee, Veniust
4. 27 marvelled that he talked with the woman
5. 20 greater works, .that ye may marvel
5. 28 Marvel not at this : for the hour is coming
7. 15 the Jews marvelled, saying, How knoweth
7. 21 I have done one work, and ye all marvel
2. 7 marvelled, saying one to another, Behold
3 12 why marvel ye at this? or why look je
4. 13 they marvelled ; and they took knowledge
Gal. i. 6 I marvel that ye are so soon removed from
i Jo. 3. 13 Marvel not, my brethren, if the world h.
Rev. 17. 7 Wherefore didst thou marvel? I will tell
MARVELLOUS (thing: or -work)
1.7*o be wonderful, singular, t*h$pala, 2.
i Ch.i6 12 his marvellous works that he hath done
16 24 his marvellous works among all nations
Job 5. 9 doeth.. marvellous tilings without num.
Psa. 9. i will show forth all tliy marvellous works
98. i he hath done marvellousthings: his right
105. 5 his marvellous works that he hath done
139. 14 marvellous (are) thy works ; and (that)
Dan. ii. 36 shall speak marvellous things against the
Mic. 7. 15 will I show unto him marvellous (things)
2.A wonder, vb$ pele.
Psa. 78. 12 ilarvellous things did he in the sight of
.i. Admi ruble, wonderful, Oavnavros thaumastos.
Matt 21. 42 doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes?
Marki2. n doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes?
John 9. 30 herein is a marvellous tiling, that ye
i IV. .. 9 out of darkness into his marvellous light
Rev. 15. i saw another sign, .great and marvellous
15. 3 Great and marvellous (are) thy works, L,
MARVELLOUS, to be or show elf
1.7*o be wonderful, singular, vh$ pala, 2.
Psa. nS 23 LORD S doing; it (is ) marvellous in our e.
Acts
MARVELLOUS 647 MASTER
Zech. 8. 6 If it be marvellous in the eyes of the
8. 6 should it also be marvellous in mine eyes
2.7*0 make wonderful, x^>9 pala, 5.
Psa. 31. 21 his marvellous kindness in a strong city
S.To show self wonderful, K^ pa/a, 7.
Job 10. 16 thou showest thyself marvellous upon me
4. To make wonderful, .^9 palah, 5.
Psa. 17. 7 Show thy marvellous loving kindness, O
MARVELLOUS work, to do a
To make wonderful, do singularly, t^$ pala, 5.
Isa. 29. 14 to do a marvellous work among this peo.
MARVELLOUSLY, to b
1.7*0 be wonderful, vb? pala, 2.
Job 37. 5 God thundereth marvellously with his v.
2. To make wonderful, K^>? pala, 5.
2 Ch.26. 15 he was marvellously helped, till he was
3. To wonder, marvel, a:?!? tamah.
Hal), i. 5 wonder marvellously : for (I) will work a
MARVELS
To be wonderful, K^9 pala, 2.
Exod34. io l will do marvels, such as have not been
MARY, Mapia, Mopio/t, from Heb. rns bitter.
1. The mother of Jesus, and wife of Joseph.
Matt. i. 16 Joseph the husband of M., of whom was
i. 18 When as his mother M. was espoused to J.
1. 20 fear not to take unto thee M. thy wife; for
2. it they saw the young child with M. his m.
13. 55 is not his mother called M.? and his bret.
Mark 6. 3 the son of M., the brother of James, and
Luke i. 27 virgin espoused, .virgin s name (was) M.
i. 30 Fear not, M.; for thou hast found favour
i. 34 Then said M. unto the angel, How shall
i. 38 AndM. said, Behold the handmaid of the
i. 39 And M. arose in those days and went into
i. 41 when Elisabeth heard the salutation of M.
i. 46 And M. said, My souUdoth magnify the
1. 56 And M. abode with her about three num.
2. 5 To be taxed with M. his espoused wife, be.
2. 16 they came with haste, and found M. and
2. 19 ButM. kept all these things, and pondered
2. 34 Simeon . . said unto M. his mother, Behold
Acts 1.14 and M. the mother of Jesus, and with his
2. A woman of Magdala, in Galilee.
Matt27. 56 Among which was M. Magdalene and.. the
27.61 there was M. Magdalene, .sitting over ag.
28. i In the end of the sabbath, .came M. Ma.
Marki 5. 40 among whom was M. Magdalene, and . . the
15. 47 And M. Magdalene . . beheld where he was
16. i when the sabbath was past, M. Magdalene
16. 9 he appeared first to M. Magdalene, out of
Luke 8. 2 M. called Magdalene, out of whom went
24. 10 It was M. Magdalene, and Joanna, and
John 19. 25 Now there stood by the cross. .M. Magd.
20. i The first (day) of the week cometh M. M.
20. 1 1 But M. stood without at the sepulchre
20. 16 Jesus saith unto her, M. ! She turned he.
20. 1 8 M. Magdalene came and told the disciples
3. Mother of James and Joses, the apostles.
Matt2;. 56 Among which was. .M. the mother of J.
27. 61 And there was. .the other M., sitting over
28. i as it began to dawn. .came, .theo^her M.
Markis. 40 among whom was. .M. the mother of J.
15. 47 M. (the mother) of Joses beheld where he
16. i when the sabbath was past. .M. the(mot.)
Luke24. 10 It was . . M. (the mother) of James, and
4. Wife of Cleophas.
John 19. 25 there stood by the cross.. M. the (wife) of
6. Sister of Lazarus and Martha in Bethany.
Lukeio. 39 she had a sister called M., which also sat
10. 42 M. hath chosen that good part, which shall
John n. i Bethany, the town of M. and her sister
11. 2 It was (that) M. which anointed the Lord
ii. 19 many of the Jews came to Martha and M.
i:. 20 Martha, .went and met him : but M. sat
ii. 28 called M. her sister secretly, saying, The
ii. 31 when they saw M., that she rose up hastily
ii. 32 Then when M. was come where Jesus was
11. 45 many of the Jews which came to M., and
12. 3 Then took M. a pound of ointment of sp.
6. Mother of John Mark, nephew of Barnabas.
Acts 12. 12 he came to the house of M. the mother of
7. A female believer in Rome who had helped Paul.
Rom 16. 6 Greet [M.], who bestowed much labour on
MASCHLL
Didactic poem (1), "r??? maschil.
Psa. 32. title. (A psalm) of David, Maschil
42. To the chief Musician, Maschil, for the
44. for the sons of Korah, Maschil
45. for the sons of Korah, Maschil, A Song of
52. To the chief Musician, Maschil, (A)
53. chief Musician upon Mahalath, Maschil
54. ,, chief Musician upon Neginoth, Maschil
55. To the chief Musician on Neginoth, Mas.
74. ,, Maschil of Asaph
78. Maschil of Asaph
88. Maschil of Heman the Ezrahite
89. Maachil of Ethan the Ezrahite
142. ,, Maschil of David ; A prayer when he
MASH, 6*5.
A son of Aram, son of Shem, the same as Aleshech, in
Ch. i. 17.
Gen. 10. 23 children of Aram ; Uz, and Hul. .and M.
MA -SHAL, S?? depressed.
A Levitical city in Asher. See Muheal.
1 Ch. 6. 74 of the tribe of Asher ; M. with her subu.
MASON
1. Hewer of stone wall, i p [JN V~i!J charash eben <jir,
3 Sa. 5. 1 1 and masons : and they built David an ho.
2.7*0 make a liedge or wall, Ti| gadar.
2 Ki.i2. 12 to masons, and hewers of stone, and to
22. 6 carpenters, and builders, and masons.and
3. To hew, dig, u$n chatsab.
1 Ch.22. 2 he set masons to hew wrought stones to
2 Ch.24. 12 hired masons and carpenters to repair the
Ezra 3. 7 They gave money also unto the masons
4. Hewer of a wall, t p z -_n charash qir.
i Ch. 14. i masons and carpenters, to build him an
MAS-RE -KAH, .linfrS place of rivers.
A place in Edom, between Petra and Shobek, the place of
Samlah, the fifth king of Edom.
Gen. 36. 36 Hadad died, and Samlah of M. reigned in
i Ch. i. 47 when Hadad was dead, Samlah of M. rei.
MAS -SA, N^9 Imrden.
A son of Ishmael, son of Hagar, and his land near
Dumah, in Mount Seir. B.C. 1880.
Gen. 25. 14 And Mishma, and Dumah, and M.
i Ch. i. 30 Mishma, and Dumah, M., Hadad, and T.
MAS -SAH. rips trial, temptation.
A place also called Meribah, in the wilderness, where
the people murmured for want of water. B.C. 1492.
Exodi?. 7 he called the name of the place M., and
Deut. 6. 1 6 Ye shall not tempt the LORD. .as. .in M.
9. 22 and at M. . .ye provoked the LORD to wr.
33. 8 thy holy one, whom thou didst prove at M.
MAST
I. Mast, cable, rope, "?3n chibbel.
Prov 23. 34 as he that lieth upon the top of a mast
2.A pole, mast, pn toren.
Isa. 33. 23 they could not well strengthen their mast
Eze. 27. 5 have taken cedars, .to make masts for thee
MASTER, (ship)
1. Lord, sir, jiis adon.
Gen. 24. 9 under the thigh of Abraham his master
24. 10 ten camels of the camels of his master
24. 10 the goods of his master (were) in his hand
24. 12, 27, 42, 48 LORD God of my master Abra.
24. 12 and show kindness unto my master Abra.
24. 14 thou hast showed kindness untomymaster
24. 27 who hath not left destitute my master of
24. 27 led . .to the house of my master s brethren
24. 35 the LORD hath blessed my master greatly
24. 36 my master s wife bare a son to my master
24. 37 my master made me swear, saying, Thou
24 39 I said unto my master, Peradventure the
24. 44 hath appointed out for my master s son
24 48 take my master s brother s daughter unto
24! 49 wiH deal kindly and truly with my master
24! 5 let her be thy master s son s wife, as the
^ 4 54 and he said, Send me away unto my master
24 56 send me away that I may go to my master
24] 65 And the servant (had) said, It (is) my ma.
39. 2 in the house of his master the Egyptian
39. 3 his master saw that the LORD (was) with
39. 7 master s wife cast her eyes upon Joseph
39. 8 unto his master s wife, Behold, my master
39. 19 his master heard the words of his wife
39. 20 Joseph s master took him, and put him
Exod2i. 4 If his master have given him a wife, and
. 4 her children shall be her master s, and he
. 5 I love my master, my wife, and my chil.
. 6 master shall bring him unto the judges
. 6 his master shall bore his ear through
. 8 If she please not her master, who hath
.32 unto their master thirty shekels of silver
Deut 23. 15 Thou shalt not deliver unto his master
23. 15 which is escaped from his master unto
Judg 19. 1 1 the servant said unto his master, Come, I
19. 12 master said unto him, We will not turn
1 Sa. 20. 38 And Jonathan s lad. .came to his master
24. 6 I should do this thing unto my master
25. 10 that break away every man from his ma.
25. 14 salute our master ; and he railed on them
25. 17 evil is determined against our master, and
26. 16 ye have not kept your master, the LORD S
29. 4 he reconcile himself unto his master?
29. 10 master s servants that are come with thee
30. 13 and my master left me, because three d.
30. 15 deliver me into the hands of my master
2 Sa. 2. 7 your master Saul is dead, and also the
9. 9 I have given unto thy master s son all
9. 10 thy master s son may have food to eat
9. 10 thy master s son shall eat bread alway
12. 8 thy master s house, and thy master s wi.
16. 3 king said,And where (is) thy master s son?
1 Ki. 22. 17 These have no master; let them return
2 Ki. 2. 3, 5 the LORD will take away thy master
2. 16 seek thy master: lest peradventure the
5. i Naaman..was a great man withhis master
5. 18 when my master goeth into the house of
5. 20 Behold, my master hath spared Naaman
5. 22 My master hath sent me, saying, Behold
5. 25 he went in, and stood before his master
6. 5 and he cried, and said, Alas, master !
6. 15 Alas, my master ! how shall we do?
6. 22 may eat and drink, and go to their master
6. 23 and they wenttotheirmaster.Sothebands
2 Ki. 6. 32 sound of his master s feet behind him ?
8. 14 came to his master ; who said to him
9. 7 shalt smite the house of Ahab thy master
9. 31 (Had) Zimri peace, who slew his master?
10. 2 seeing your master s sons (are) with you
10. 3 best and meetest of your master s SODS
10. 3 Look..outandflghtforyourmaster shouge
10. 6 the heads of the men your master s SOBS
10. 9 I conspired against my master, and slew
io. 24 of the least of my master s servant!, and
18. 27 Hath my master sent me to thy master
19. 4 whom, .his master hath sent tu n-jirn;n i;
19. 6 Thussliallyesaytoyourmaster, Thussaith
1 Ch.i2. 19 saying, He will fall to his master Saul to
2 Ch.iS. 16 and the LORD said. These have no master
Job 3. 19 the servant (is) free from his master
Psa. 123. 2 (look) unto the hand of their masters
Prov 25. 13 for he refresheth the soul of his masters
27. 18 he that waiteth on his master shall be
30. io Accuse not a servant unto his master, lest
Isa. 24. 2 as with the servant, so with his master
36. 8 to my master the king of Assyria, and
36. 9 of the least of my master s servants, and
36. 12 Hath my master sent me to thy master
37. 4 his master hath sent to reproach the
37. 6 Thus shall ye say unto your master, Thus
Jer. 27. 4 command them to say unto their masters
27. 4 Thus shall ye say unto your masters
Amos 4. i which say to their masters, Bring, and
Zeph. i. 9 which fill their masters houses with viol.
Mai. i . 6 a servant his master : if then I (be) a father
i. 6 if 1 (be)a master, where(is)my fear? saith
^.Master, owner, Sy? baal.
Exod22. 8 the master of the house shall be brought
Judg 19. 22 spake to the master of the house, the old
19. 23 the master of the house, went out unto
Eccl.i2. ii fastened (by) the masters of assemblies
Isa. i . 3 the ass his master s crib : (but) Israel doth
S.Great, mighty, elder, :n rab.
Dan. i. 3 unto Ashpenaz the master of his eunucns
4. 9 O Belteshazzar, master of the magicians
5. ii made master of the magicians, astrologers
Jon. i . 6 the ship master came to him, and said unto
4. Prince, head, chief, captain, -vff sar.
Exod. i. ii they did set over them task masters to
i Ch.is- 27 the master of the song with the singers
5. To awake, stir up, nip ur.
Mai. 2. 12 the master and the scholar, out of the
6.A despot, sovereign master, SftnnSrTjs despotes.
1 Ti. 6. i count their own masters worthy of all
6. 2 they that have believing masters, let them
2 Ti. 2. 21 and meet for the master s use, (and) pre.
Titus 2. 9 to be obedient unto their own masters
i Pe. 2. 1 8 (be) subject to (your) masters with all fear
7. Teacher, $tidffKa\os didaskalos.
Matt. 8. 19 Master, I will follow thee whithersoever
9. 1 1 Why eateth your Master with publicans
io. 24 The disciple is not above (his) master, nor
io. 25 It is enough . .that he be as his master
12. 38 Master, we would see a sign from thee
17. 24 and said, Doth uot your masterpay tribute
19. 16 Master, what good thing shall I do, that
22. 16 Master, we know that thou art true, and
22. 24 Master, Moses said, If a man die, having
22. 36 Master, which (is) the great commandm.
26. 18 The Master saith, My time is at hand ; I
Mark 4. 38 Master, carest thou not that we perish ?
5. 35 why troublest thou the Masterany further
9. 17 Master, I have brought unto thee my son
9. 38 Master, we saw one casting out devils in
io. 17 Good Master, what shall I do that I may
10. 20 Master, all these have I observed from ray
10. 35 Master, we would that thou shouldest do
12. 14 Master, we know that thou art true, and
12 19 Master, Moses wrote unto us, If a man s
12. 32 Master, thou hast said the truth: for there
13. i Master, see what manner of stones and
14. 14 Master saitb, Where is the guest chamber
Luke 3.12 and said unto him, Master, what shall we
6. 40 The disciple is not above his master : but
6 40 that is perfect shall be as his master
7 40 say unto thee. And he saith, Master, say
8 49 daughter is dead ; trouble not the Master
9 38 Master, I beseech thee, look upon my son
io 25 Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal
1 1. 45 Master, thus saying thou reproachest us
12 13 Master, speak to my brother, that he di.
i B! 1 3 Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal
19 39 said unto him, Master.rebuke thy disciples
20 21 saying, Master, we know that thou sayest
20! 28 Master, Moses wrote unto us, If any man s
20 39 answering said, Master,thou hast well said
21. 7 Master, but when shall these things be?
22. ii The Master saith unto thee, Where is the
John i. 38 which is to say, being inferpreted, Master
3. io Art thou a master of Israel, and knowest
8. 4 [They say unto him, Master, this woman]
ii! 28 The Master is come, and calleth fr thee
13 13 Ye call me Master and Lord : and ye say
13. 14 If I then, (your) Lord and Master, have
20. 16 saith. .Rabboni ! which is to say, Master
Jas. 3. i My brethren, be not many masters, kno.
8. Superintendent, one who stands over, tiriffTttrTi ;.
Luke 5. 5 Master, we have toiled all the night, and
8. 24 awoke him, saying, Master, master, we
8. 45 Master, the multitude throng thee and
9. 33 Peter said unto Jesus, Master, it is food
MASTER BUILDER 648 MAY
Luke 9. 49 Master, we saw one casting out devils in
17. 13 and said, Jesus, Master, have mercy on us
9. A leader, KaOijyrjr-rjs kathegetes.
Matt. 23. 8, 10 for one is your (Master], (even) Christ
23. 10 Neither be ye called masters : for one is
10. Master, lord, sir, xvpios /curios.
Matt 6. 24 No man can serve two masters : for either
15. 27 crumbs which fall from their masters ta
Mark 13. 35 not when the master of the house cometh
Lukei4. 21 the master of the house, being angry, said
16. 13 No servant can serve two masters : for
Acts 16. 16 which brought her masters much gain by
16. 19 her masters saw that the hope of their
Rom 14. 4 to his own master he standeth or falleth
Kph. 6. 5 are (your) masters according to the flesh
6. 9 ye masters, do the same things unto them
6. 9 knowing that your Master .is in heaven
Col. 3. 22 (your) masters according to the flesh
4. i Masters, giveunto(your)servantsthat wli.
4. i knowing that ye also have a Master in he.
11. Rabbi, my teacher, (Heb. sri) pa0&i rhabbi.
Matta6. 25 Then Judas . . said. Muster, is It I ? He said
26. 49 and slid, Hail, Master! and kissed him
Mark 9. 5 Master, it is good for us to be here : and
ii. 21 saith unto him, Master, behold, the flgtree
14. 45 and saith, Master, [roaster]; and kissed
John 4. 31 his disciples prayed him, saying, Master
9. 2 Master, who did sin, this man, or his
ii. 8 disciples say unto him, Master, the Jews
12. Pilot,steersman, governor, Kv/3fpi>riTT)skubernetes.
Acts 27. ii centurion believed the master and the
Rev. 18. 17 And every ship master, and all the com.
MASTER BUILDER
Chief architect, a.p\nfKruv architekton.
i Co. 3. 10 as a wise master builder, I have laid the
[See alao Sheep master, task master, ship master.]
MASTERY, (to have)
1.Might, n-ina geburah.
Exod32. 18 the voice of (them that) shout for mastery
2. To rule, have poioer, a 1
?? slielet.
Dan. 6. 24 and the lions had the mastery of them
MATE
Friend, companion, neighbour, rujri reuth.
Isa. 34. 15 also be gathered, every one with her mate
34. 1 6 none shall want her mate : for my mouth
MA-THTT-SA LA, MaOov(rd\a See Methuselah.
Luke 3. 37 M., which was (the son) of Enoch, which
MAT -RED, np 5 God is pursuer.
Mother of Mehetabel, wife of Hadar, last of the old
kings of Kilom. B.C. 1500.
Gen. 36. 39 Mehetabel, the daughter of M., the dau.
i Ch. i. 50 Mehetabel, the daughter of M., the daug.
MAT -RI, ")2rj Jah is watching.
Head of a Benjamite family from which Saul came.
B.C. 1096.
1 Sa. 10. 21 the family of M. was taken, and Saul the
MATRIX
Womb, crn rechem.
Exod^I 12 setapart. .all that openeth the matrix, and
13. 15 all that openeth the matrix, being males
34. 1 9 All that openeth the matrix (is) mine ; and
Num. 3. 12 the first born that openeth the matrix
1 8. 15 Every thing that openeth the matrix in all
MAT -TAN, 1915 gift.
1. A priest of Baal in Jerusalem in the days of Athaliah,
and slain along with her. B.C. 878.
2 Ki.ii. 18 slew M. the priest of Baal before the alt.
2 Ch.23, 17 slew M. the priest of Baal before the alt.
2. The father of Shephatiah, a prince of Judah in the
time of Zedekiah. B.C. 630.
Jer. 38. i Shephatiah the son of M., and Gedaliah
MAT-TA NAH, njn? gift.
A station of Israel, N. of the Arnon, and W. of the wil
derness of Kedemoth.
Nutmi. 18 And from the wilderness (they went) to M.
21. 19 And from M. to Nahaliel : and from Na.
MAT TAN -IAH, rvjijig, n;jjn gift of Jah.
1. A brother of Jehoiakim, made king instead of his
nephew Jehoiakim, also called /.edekiah. 8.0.590. The
last king of Judah.
2 Ki. 24. 17 made M. his father s brother king in his
2. A Levite, descendant of Asaph, whose family dwelt
in Jerusalem. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch. 9. 15 Heresh, and Galal, and M. the son of Mi.
2 Ch.2o. 14 the son of M., a Levite of the sons of As.
Neh.n. 17 And M. the son of Micha, the son of Za.
11. 22 Hashabiah, the son of M., the son of Mi.
12. 8 M., (which was) over the thanksgiving, he
12. 25 M., and Baklmkiah, Obadiah, Meshullam
12. 35 Shemaiah, the son of M., the son of Mic.
3. A son of Heman the singer. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.25. 4 sons of Heman ; Bukkiah, M., Uzziel
25. 16 The ninth to M., (he), his sons, and his br.
4. A descendant of Asaph who helped to cleanse the
temple in the days of king Hezekiah. B.C. 726.
a Ch.29. 13 of the sons of Asaph ; Zechariah and M.
5. A descendant of Elam that had taken a strange wife.
B.C. 436.
Ezra 10. 26 of the sons of Elam ; M., Zechariah, and
6. A son of Ait t ii that had done the same.
Ezra 10. 27 the sons of Zattu; Elioenai, Eliashib, M.
7. One of the family of Pahath Moab who had done the
same.
Ezra 10. 30 the sons of Pahath-moab ; Adna, and. .M.
8. A son of Bani that had done the same.
Ezra 10. 37 M., Mattenai, and Jaasau
9. A Levite whose descendant Hanan was one of the
treasurers appointed by Nehemiah. B.C. 536.
Neh. 13. 13 Hanan the sou of Zaccur, the son of M.
MAT-TA -THA, MarraOd gift.
An ancestor of Jesus.
Luke 3. 31 Menan, which was (the son) of M., which
MAT-TA -THAH, nim?.
One of the family of Hashum that had taken a strange
wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 33 Of the sons of Hashum; Mattenai, M., Z.
MAT-TA-THI -AS, MaTTafl. ay.
1. An ancestor of Jesus.
Luke 3. 25 M., which was (the son) of Amos, which
2. An ancestor of the former in the sixth remove.
Luke 3. 26 Maath, which was (the son) of M., which
MAT-TE-NA -I, ;n? gift of Jah.
1. One of the family of Hashum that had taken a strange
wife B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 33 of the sons of Hashum ; M., Mattathah
2. One of the family of Bani that had done the same.
Ezra 10. 37 Mattaniah, M., and Jaasau
3. A priest of the family of Joiarib. B.C. 500.
Neh. 12. 19 And of Joiarib, M. ; of Jedaiah, Uzzi
MATTER
1. Word, matter, thing, i;n dabar.
Gen 24 9 and sware to him concerning that matter
ExodiS. 16 When they have a matter, they come unto
1 8. 22 every great matter they shall bring unto
1 8. 22 but every small matter they shall judge
18. 26 every small matter they judged themsel.
23. 7 Keep thee far from a false matter ; and
24. 14 if any man have any matters to do, let him
Num.i6. 49 them that died about the matter of Kor.
25. 1 8 in the matter of Peor, and in the matter
31. 16 commit trespass, .in the matter of Peor
Ueut. 3. 26 speak no more unto me of this matter
17. 8 If there arise a matter too hard for thee
17. 8 matters of controversy, within thy gates
19. 15 witnesses, shall the matter be established
22. 26 and slayeth him, even so (is) this matter
Ruth 3. 18 how the matter will fall : for the man will
1 Sa. 10. 16 But of the matter of the kingdom, whereof
16. 1 8 a man of war, and prudent in matters
20. 23 (as touching) the matter which thou and
20. 39 only Jonathan and David knew the mat.
30. 24 who will hearken unto you in this matter?
2 Sa. i. 4 How went the matter? I pray thee, tell
11. 19 made an end of telling the matters of the
15. 3 See, thy matters(are) good and right ; but
18. 13 for there is no matter hid from the king
19. 29 speakest thou any more of thy matters ?
19. 42 wherefore then be ye angry for this ma. ?
20. 21 The matter (is) not so : but a man of m.
i Ki. 8. 59 at all times, as the matter shall require
15. 5 save only in the matter of Uriah the Hit.
1 Ch.26. 32 for every matter pertaining to God, and
27. i that served the king in any matter of the
2 Ch. 8. 15 concerning any matter, or concerningthe
19. ii priest (is) overyou in all matters oKhe L.
19. ii for all the king s matters: also the Levites
24. 5 see that ye hasten the matter. Howbeit
Ezra 10. 4 Arise ; for (this) matter (belongeth) unto
10. 9 because of (this) matter, and for the great
10. 14 wrath of our God for this matter be turned
10. 16 and sat down, .to examine the matter
Neh. ii. 24 at the king s hand in all matters concer.
Esth. 2. 23 when inquisition was made of the matter
3. 4 to see whether Mordecai s matters would
9. 31 the matters of the fastings and their cry
9. 32 confirmed these matters of Purim; and
Job 19. 28 seeing the root of the matter is found in
33. 13 giveth not account of any of his matters
Psa. 35. 20 devise deceitful matters against (them)
45. i My heart is inditing a good matter : I sp.
64. 5 encourage themselves (in) an evil matter
Prov. ii. 13 of a faithful spirit concealeth the matter
16. 20 He that handleth a matter wisely shall
17. 9 but he that repeateth a matter separateth
1 8. 13 He that answereth a matter before he he.
as. 2 honour of kings (is) to search out a matter
Keel. 10. 20 that which hath wings shall tell the mat.
12. 13 hear the conclusion of the whole matter
Jer. 38. 27 left off. .for the matter was not perceived
Eze. 9. ii reported the matter, saying, I have done
Dan. 1. 14 So he consented to them in this matter
i. 20 in all matters of wisdom (and)undtTstan.
9. 23 therefore understand the matter, and co.
2. Business, matter, pleasure, j pn chephets.
Keel. 5. 8 marvel not at the matter : for (he that
3. Reason, behaviour, decree, Dyt? taam.
Ezra 5. 5 to cease, till the matter came to Darius
4. Word, speech, matter, n^s millah.
Job 32. 1 8 Kor I am full of matter; the spirit within
Dan. 2. 10 that can show the king s matter : theref
2. 23 made known unto us the king s matter
7. i wrte. .(and) told the sum of the matters
7. 28 Hitherto (is) the end of the matter. As
7. 28 troubled, .but I kept the matter in my
5. Sentence, matter, letter, D3fl9 pithgam.
Dan. 3. i6xJ)ot careful to answer thee in this matter
4. 17 This matter (is) by the decree of the wa.
6. Word, thing, matter, \6yos logos.
Mark i. 45 to blaze abroad the matter, insomuch
Acts 8. 21 hast neither part nor lot in this matter
15. 6 came together for to consider of this mat.
19. 38 if Demetrius, .have a matter against any
7. Anything done, affair, matter, irpay^a pragma.
1 Co. 6. i Dare any of you, having a matter against
2 Co. 7. ii approved yourselves..in this m., i Th. 4. 6
S. Against, KO.TO. kata, Acts 24. 22.
9. hatter, v\j] hide.
Jas. 3. 5 Behold how great a matter a little flre
[See alto Great, small, this, wrong.]
MATTER, to make
To bear or carry diversely, Statytpu diapherO.
Gal. 2. 6 it maketh no matter to me : God accept.
MAT -THAN, MoT0ai/, Ma0fla/.
An ancestor of Jesus, through Joseph.
Matt. i. 15 and Eleazar begat M. ; and M. begat Jacob
MAT -THAT, MaT0ar, Ma00OT.
1. The grandfather of Joseph, the husband of Mary.
Luke 3. 24 (the son) of M., which was (the son) of L.
2. A more remote ancestor still.
Luke 3. 29 Jorim, which was (the son) of M., which
MAT -THEW, Morfloroj, Ma00aos.
A tax gatherer (called also Levi, the son of Alpheus) who
became an apostle of Christ, and is generally reckoned
to have written the first gospel. A.D. 40.
Matt. 9. 9 Jesus, .saw a man, named M., sitting at
10. 3 Thomas, and M. the publican ; James (the
Mark 3. 18 Bartholomew, and M., and Thomas, and
Luke 6. 15 M. and Thomas, James the (son) of Alph.
Acts i. 13 Bartholomew, and M., James (the son) of
MAT-THI -AS, Morflioj, Ma00i<w.
A disciple surnamed Justus, chosen by lot to succeed
Judas Iscariot as an apostle.
Acts i. 23 And they appointed two, Joseph, .and M.
i. 26 the lot fell upon M. ; and he was numbered
MAT-TITH -IAH, rrnn1
?, n;nn3 gift of Jah.
1. A Korahite who had the charge of " things made in
the pans." B.C. 500.
i Ch. 9. 31 And M., (one) of the Levites, who (was)
2. A Levite, singer and gate keeper in the days of David.
B.C. 1015.
i Ch.i5. 18 And with them. .Maaseiah, and M., and K.
15.21 And M., and Elipheleh, and Mikneiah
16. 5 next to him. .M., and Eliab, and Benaiah
3. Son of Jeduthun, in the days of David. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.25. 3 sons of Jeduthuu ; Gedaliah. .and M. six
25. 21 The fourteenth to M., (he), his sons, and
4. One of the family of Nebo that had taken a strange
wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 43 the sons of Nebo; Jeiel, M., Zabad, Zeb.
5. A prince, priest, or Levite that stood beside Ezra when
he read the law of the people. B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 4 beside him stood M., and Shema, and A.
MAY, mayeat, might
1. To be able, ^b; yakol.
Gen. 43. 32 because the Egyptians might not eat bread
44. 26 for we may not see the man s face, except
Deut 7. 22 thou mayest not consume them at once
12. 17 Thou mayest not eat within thy gates the
16. 5 Thou mayest not sacrifice the passover
17. 15 thou mayest not seta stranger over thee
21. 16 he may not make the son of the beloved
22. 3 do likewise: thou mayest not hide thyself
22. 19, 29 he may not put her away all his days
24. 4 may not take her again to be his wife, after
Josh. q. 19 now therefore we may not touch them
Jndgai. 18 Howbeit we may not give them wives of
2 Sa. 17. 17 for they might not be seen to come into
i Ki. 13. 1 6 I may not return with thee, nor go in with
20. 9 I will do: but this thing I may not do. And
Eccl. 6. 10 neither may he contend with him that is
Jer. 13. 23 may ye also do good, that are accustomed
2. To be. able, Svvafj.ai dunamai.
Matt2 6. 9 this ointment might have been sold for
26. 42 if this cup may not pass away from me
Mark 4. fowls of the air may lodge under the sha.
14. "5
it might have been sold for more than th.
14. 7 whensoever ye will ye may do them good
Luke 1 6. 2 for thou mayest be no longer steward
Acts 17. 19 May we know what this new doctrine, w.
19. 40 no cause whereby we may give an account
24. 8 by examiningof whom thyself mayesttake
24. ii Because that thou mayest understand,thai
25. ii no man may deliver me uuto them. I ap.
26. 32 This man might have been set at liberty
27. 12 if by any means they might attain to Ph.
i Co. 7. 21 but if thou mayest be made free, use (it)
14. 31 For ye may all prophesy one by one, that
Eph. 3. 4 Whereby, when ye read, ye may unders.
i Th. 2. 6 when we might have been burdensome
Rev. 13. 17 that no man might buy or sell, save he that
MAY 649 MEANS
3. It is allowed, privileged, possible, |eo-n exesti.
Acts 8. 37 If thou lieiievest. .thou mayest. And he
21. 37 May T speak unto thee? Who said, Canst
l.Tn f.t- s(
rtnt<i,
/IIIIY xtfi ii /lli, iffxvv isc/ntd.
Matt. 8. 28 so that no man might pass by that way
MAY be, it
1. If so be, it may be, unless, ^x,
%
^IN ulai.
Gen. 16. 2 it may be that I may obtain children by
2 Ki.ig. 4 It may. be the LOUD thy God will hear all
Job i. 5 It may be that my sons have sin. Zeph. 2. 3
2. Ifperhaps, ct rvxotei tuchoi, I Co. 14. 10 ; 16.6
3. Perhaps, tffus is<~>s,
Luke2o. 13 it may be they will reverence (him) when
MATTOCK
I. Sword, weapon, axe, tool, :nrt chereb.
2 Ch-34. 6 even unto Naphtali, with their mattocks
2.Maltock, .ty ira? machareshah.
i Sa. 13. 20 his coulter, and his ax, and his mattock
13. 21 Yet they had a file for the mattocks, and
3.4 rake, Tiy? mader.
Isa. 7. 25 that shall be digged with the mattock
MAUL
A maul, axe, p?o mephits.
Prov.25- 18 (is) a maul, and a sword, and a sharp ar. MAW -
Maw, stomach, n^jj qebah.
Deut 1 8. 3 shoulder, and the two cheeks,and the maw
MAZ-ZA ROTH, rinjo.
The (twelve) constellations of the Zodiac.
Job. 38. 32 Canst thou bring forth M. in his season?
ME
I.I, I myself, )$ ani.
i Sa. 25. 24 my lord, (upon) me (let this) iniquity (be)
2.Soul, breath, t?j nephesh.
XuiH23. 10 Let me die the death of the righteous, and
Jiulgi6. 30 Let me die with the Philistines. And heb.
i Ki. 20. 32 saith, I pray thee, let me live. And he said
3.7, / myself, ty& ego.
Phm. 20 Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee in
4. Of myself, f^avrov emautou.
Matt. 8. 9 authority, having soldiers under me : and
Luke 7. 8 authority, having under me soldiers ; and
John 1 2. 32 And I. .will draw all (men) unto me
Phm. 13 Whom I would have retained with me
5. Me, ifi.4 (ace.) erne.
Matt 10. 37, 37 more than me, is not worthy of me
10. 40 feceiveth me ; and he that receiveth me
18. 5 little child in my name receiveth me
1 8. 6 these little ones which believe in me, it
1 8. 21 how oft shall my brother sin against me
26. 10 for she hath wrought a good work upon me
26. n always with you ; but me ye have not al.
[This particle occurs so translated 72 times.]
6.To me, t/j.oi (dat.) emoi.
Matt 10. 32 Whosoever therefore shall confess me be.
11. 6 whosoever shall not be offended in me
1 8. 26, 29 have patience [with me], and I will p.
25. 40 my brethren, ye have done (it) unto me
25. 45 of the least of these, ye did (it) not to me
26.31 All yeshall be offended because of me this
[This particle occurs so translated 34 times.]
7. Of me, tfiov (gen.) emou.
Matt. 7. 23 never knew you : depart from me, ye that
11. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me
12. 30 He that is not with me is against me ; and
12. 30 he that gathereth not with me scattereth
15. 5 by. .thou mightest be profited by me
15.8 honoureth..but their heart is far from me
17. 27 that take, and give unto them forme and
25- 41 Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlast.
26. 23 He that dippeth (his) hand with me in the
26. 38 saith. .tarry ye here, and watch with me
26. 39 it be possible, let this cup pass from me
26. 40 What ! could ye not watch with me one
26. 42 if this cup may not pass away [from me]
[This particle occurs so translated 82 times ]
8.Me, jtie (ace.) me.
Matt. 3. 14 I have need, .and comest thou to me ?
8. 2 Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make me
10. 33 But whosoever shall deny me before men
30. 40 receiveth. .receiveth him that sent me
11. 28 Come unto me, all (ye) that labour and
14. 28 if it be thou, bid me come unto thee on
14. 30 to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me
15. 8 .and honoureth me with (their) lips; but
15. 9 But in vain they do worship me, teaching
15. 22 Have mercy on me, O Lord, (thou) son of
18. 32 all that debt, because thou desiredst me
19. 14 and forbid them not, to come unto me; for
19. 17 Why callest thou me good? (there is) none
22. 18 said, Why tempt ye me, (ye) hypocrites?
23. 39 Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye sh.
2 5- 35 I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink : I
2 5- 35 I was a stranger, and ye took me in
25. 36 and ye clothed me. .and ye visited me
25. 36 I was in prison, and ye came unto me
25. 42 I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink
25. 43 took me not in : naked, and ye clothed me
25. 43 sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not
26. 21 unto you. That one of you shall betray me
26. 23 Hethatdippeth. .the same shall betray me
26. 34 this night . . thou shalt deny me thrice
82
Matt26. 46 behold, he is at hand that doth betray me
26. 55 with swords and staves for to take me? I
26. 55 in the temple, and ye laid no hold on me
26. 75 Before the cock crow, thou shalt deny me
27. 46 my God ! why hast thou forsaken me ?
28. 10 go intoGalilee.and there shall theyseeme
Mark i. 40; 5. 7; 6. 22, [23]; 7. 6, 7; 8. 38; 9. 19, 37,
39; 14. 10, 18, 47, 48; 12. 15; 14. 18, 30, 42, 48, 49, 72;
15. 34; Luke i. 43, 48; 2. 49; 4. 18, 18; 5. 12; 6. 46, 47;
8. 28; 9. 26, 48; 10. 16, 40; ii. 6; 12. 9, 14; 13. 35; 14.
18, 19, 26; 15. 19; 16. 4j 24; 18. 3, 5, 16, 19, 38, 39; 20.
[23]; 22. 21, 34, 61 ; 24. 39; John i. 33, 48; 2. 17; 4. 34;
5. 7, ii, 24, 30, 36, 37, 40, 43 ; 6. 26, [35, 36,] 37, 39, [40,
44], 44. f45L 57. 57. 65; 7. 1 6, 19, 28, 29, 33, 34, 36, 37; 8.
16, 18, 21, 26, 38, 29, 29, 37, 40, 42, 46, 49, 54; 9.4; 10.
15. 7 [32]; ii- 42; 12. 27, 44, 45, 49; 13. 13, 20, 21, 33,
38; 14. 7, 9, 15, 19, 19, 21, 21, 23, 24, 24, 28; 15. 9, 16, 21,
25; 16. 5, 5, 10, 16, 16, 17, 17, 19, 19 ; 17. 5, 8, 21, 23, 24,
25, 26; 18. 21, 23; 19. ii, 20, 21, 29; 21 15, 16, 17, 17;
Acts 2. 28; 7. 28; 8. 31, 36; 9. 4, [6J, 17; 10. 29; ii. ii ;
12. ii ; 16. 25; 20. 23; 22. 7, [8], 10, [13], 21 ; 23. 3, 3, 18,
22; 24. 12, 18, [19]; 25. n; 26. 5, 13, 14, 14, 21, 28; 28.
18; Rom. 7. n, 23, 24; 8. [2]; 9. 20; i Co. i. 17; 4. 4;
16. 6, [n]; 2 Co. 2. 2; ii. 16, 16, 32; 12. 6, 7, ii, [21];
Gal. i. 15; 2. 20; 4. 12, 14; Phil 2. 30; 4. 13; i Ti. i.
12, 12; 2 Ti. i. 15, 16, 17; 3. ii ; 4. 9, 16, 17, 18; Titus
3. 12 ; Heb. 3. [9, 9]; 8. n ; n. 32 ; Rev. 17. 3 ; 21. [9], 10.
9. To me, not (dat.) mm.
Matt. 2. 8 bring me word again, that I may come
4. 9 if thou wilt fall down and worship me
7. 21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord
7. 22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, L.
8. 21 Lord, suffer me first to go and bury my f.
8. 22 But Jesus said unto him, Follow me ; and
9. 9 and he saith unto him, Follow me. And he
ii. 27 All things are delivered unto me of my
14. 8 Give me here John Baptist s head in a ch.
14. 18 He said, Bring them hither to me
15. 8 This people draweth nigh unto me with
15. 25 and worshipped him, saying, Lord, help
15. 32 because they continue with me now three
16. 24 and take up his cross, and follow me
17. 17 Jesus answered . . Bring him hither to me
1 8. 28 the throat, saying, Pay [me] that thou ow.
19. 21 and thou shalt have treasure, .follow me
19. 28 That ye which have followed me, in the
20. 13 didst not thou agree with me for apenny?
20. 15 Is it not lawful for me to do what I will
21. 2 her : loose, .and bring (them)unto me
21. 24 which if ye tell me, I in likewise will
22. 19 Show me the tribute money. And they
25. 20 Lord, thou deliveredst unto me five tale.
25. 22 Lord, thou deliveredst unto me two tale.
25. 35 I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat
25. 42 I was anhungered, and ye gave me no m.
26. 15 What will ye give me, and I will deliver
26. 53 he shall presently give me more than tw.
27. 10 potter s field, as the Lord appointed me
28. 18 All power is given unto me in heaven and
Mark 2. 14; 6. 25; [8. 2], 34; 10. 21 ; n. 29, 30; 12.
15; Luke i. 25, 38, 43, 49; 4. 23; 5. 27; 7. 45; 9. 23, 59,
61 ; 10. 22, 40; ii. 5, 7; 15. 6, Q, 12; 17. 8; 18. 5, 13, 22;
20. 3, 24; 22. 29, [68]; 23. 14; John i. 33, 43 ; 3. 28; 4. 7,
10, 15, 21, 29,39; 5- ii, 36; 6. 37,39; 8. 45, 46; 9. ii ; 10.
2 7. 29. 371 12. 49. 5; 13- 36> M; 14- ii, [nL 3i; 17- 4,
6, 7, 8, 9, n, 12, 22, 24, 24; 18. 9, ii ; 20. 15; 21. 19, 22;
Acts i. 8 ; 2. 28 ; 5. 8 ; 3. 6 ; 5. 8 ; 7. 7, 42, 49, 49 ; 9. 15 ;
11. 7, [9], 12; 12. 8; 13. 2 ; 20. 19, 22; 21. 39; 22. 5, 7,9,
ii, 13, 18, 27; 23. 19, 30; 25. 24,27; 27.21,23,25; Rom.
7. 13, 18; 9. i, 19; 12. 3 ; 15. 15, 30; i Co. i. n ; 3. 10;
6. 12, 12 ; 7. i ; 9. 15, 16, 16; 10. 23, 23; 15. 32; 16. 9; 2
Co. Q. i ; 12. i, 7, 9, 13; 13. ip ; Gal. 2. 6, 9; 4. 15, 21 ; 6.
17; Eph. 3. 2, 3, 7; 6. 19; Phil. 2. 18; 3. 7; 4. 3, 15; Col.
i. 25; 4. ii ; 2 Ti. 3. ii ; 4. 8, 8, n, 14, 16, 17; Phm. 13.
19, 22; Heb. i. 5; 2. 13; 8. 10 ; 10. 5; 13. 6; Jas. 2. 18;
2 Pe. i. 14; Rev. i. 17; 5. 5; 7. 13, 14; 10. 4, 9. 9, n;
n. i; 14. 13; 17. i, 7, 15; 19. 9, 10 ; 21. 5, 6, 10; 22. i,
6, 8, 9, 10.
10. Of me, /j.ov (gen.) mou.
Matt. 3. 1 1 he that cometh after me is mightier than
4. 19 And he saith unto them, Follow me, and
10. 37 more than me, is not worthy of me ; and
10. 38 followeth after me, is not worthy of me
16. 23 said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, Sa.
16. 23 thou art an offence unto me ; for thou sa.
16. 24 If any (man) will come after me, let him
[This particle occurs so translated 39 times.]
[I.Me, ., . (a suffix of various forms, i, ai, &c.).
Gen. 3. 12 The woman whom thou gavest. . with me
19. 19 mercy, which thou hast showed unto me
20. 9 thou hast done deeds unto me that ought
21. 23 thou shalt do unto me, and to the land
39. 19 And1 Laban said, .abide with me
29. 27 thou shalt serve with me yet seven other
31. 5 out the God of my father hath been w. me
31- 7 yourfather..Godsuffered..nottohurtme
Deut. i. 23 and the saying pleased me well ; and I
Judgi 4 . 3 said unto his father., she pleaseth me well
Jer. 27. 5 it unto whom it seemed meet unto me
[Very frequent ]
12..Mine eyes, VJ! [ayin}.
Psa. 73. 1 6 to know this, it (was) too painful for me
Jer. 32. 30 Judah have only done evil before me from
13. My face, )$ [panim].
Gen. 24. 12 I pray thee, send me good speed this day
27. 20 said.. the LORD thy God brought (it) to me
32. 20 that goeth before me . . will accept of me
44. 29 if ye take this also from me, and mischief
Exod2o. 3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me
Nuiri22. 33 turned from me. .turned from me, surely
i Ki. 2. 16 now I ask one petition of thee, deny me
[\ote. Sometimes, e.g., i Ki. 2. 16, partly rendered by
\\.Hefore me, C^. qodamai. tEnK- rerb.]
Dan. 2. 6 ye shall receive of me gifts and rewards
ME also (to)
And I, to me also, ico.-yta, Ka.fj.ol kay~>, kamoi.
Luke i. 3 It seemed good to me also, having had
Acts 8. 19 Give me also this power, that on whom.
i Co. 15. 8 last of all he was seen of me also, as of one
ME, as for
I.I, I myself, n^g, xj ana, anah.
Dan. 2. 30 But as for me, this secret is not revealed
7. 28 As for me Daniel, my cogitations much
2.7, 7 myself, : ani.
Gen. 17. 4 As for me, behold, my covenant (is) with
3.7, I myself, aix anoki.
i Sa. 12. 23 as for me, God forbid that I should sin
ME, of
Of me, my, t/j.6s (gen. ) emos.
Luk22. 19 saying, .this do in remembrance of me
i Co. ii. 24 and said, .this do in remembrance of me
1 1. 25 this do ye. . in remembrance of me, Col. 4.18
Of me, my, fiov (gen.) Matt. 10. 37. MEADOW
\.lieed, meadow, ?nx achu.
Gen. 41. 2, 18 and they fed in a meadow
2.Cave, forest, HT^C maareh.
Judg2o. 33 came forth., out of the meadows of Gibeah
ME -AH, ns<a hundred.
A tower near the sheep gate of Jerusalem.
Neh. 3. i even unto the tower of M. they sanctified
12. 39 from . . the tower of M., even unto the sh.
MEAL (fine)
I.Meal, fine meal, n^b n^ qemach soleth.
Gen. 18. 6 quickly three measures of fine meal, knead
2. Meal, nij^ qemach.
Num. 5. 15 the tenth (part)of an ephah of barley meal
1 Ki. 4. 22 fine flour, and threescore measures of meal
17. 12 but an handful of meal in a barrel, and a
17. 14 The barrelof meal shall not waste, neither
17. 1 6 the barrel of meal wasted not, neither did
2 Ki. 4. 41 But he said, Then bring meal : and he cast
i Ch. 12. 40 meat, meal, cakes of figs, and bunches of
Isa. 47. 2 Take the millstones, and grind meal: un.
Hos. 8. 7 the bud shall yield no meal : if so be it
3. Ground flour, meal, &\tvpov alev.ron.
Matt 13. 33 took and hid in three measures of meal
Lukei3. 21 took and hid in three measures of meal
MEAL TIME
Time of eating, ^2N ny elh okel.
Ruth 2. 14 At meal time come thou hither, and eat
MEAN (man)
l.A man, human being, DIN adam.
Isa. 2. 9 the mean man boweth down, and the gr.
5. 15 the mean man shall be brought down, and
31. 8 sword, not of a mean man, shall devour
Z.Obscure, ^irn chashok.
Prov22. 29 he shall not stand before mean (men)
3. Unmarked,, obscure, &crri/j.os asemos.
Acts 21. 39 a citizen of no mean city : and, I beseech
MEAN, (should), to
l.To think, devise, no? damah, 3.
Isa. 10. 7 he meaneth not so, neitherdothhis heart
2.To flunk, devise, reckon, esteem, 3? rt chashdb.
Gen. 50. 20 God meant it unto good, to bring to pass
3.77e, she or it is, ftrrl esti.
Matt. 9. 13 learn what (that)meaneth, I will have m.
12. 7 if ye had known what (this) meaneth, I
Mark 9. 10 what the rising from the dead should m.
4.7< would be, eft; eie.
Lukeis. 26 called, .and asked what these things meant
18. 36 multitude pass by, be asked what it meant
Acts 10. 17 this vision which he had seen should mean
5.7*0 will or wish to be, 6t\<a tlcoi thelii einai.
Acts 2. 12 saying one to another, What meaneth this?
17. 20 know therefore what these things mean
6. To be about, /ueAAw mello.
Acts 27. 2 meaning to sail by the coasts of Asia
7. To do, Trottu poled.
Acts 21.13 mean ye to weep and to break mine heart?
MEANING
1. Understanding, n{ 3 binah.
Dan. 8. 15 sought for the meaning, then, behold, th.
Z.Poicer, ovva.fj.is dunamis.
i Co. 14. ii if I know not the meaning of the voice, I
MEANS
1. Hand, power, T yad.
1 Ki. 10. 29 did they bring (them) out by their means
2 Ch. i. 17 for the kings of Syria, by their means
Jer. 5. 31 the priests bear rule by their means ; and
Mai. i. 9 this hath been by your means : will he
2. Thought, device, nj^n? machashebeth.
2 Sa. 14. 14 yet doth he devise means, that his banish.
MEANS 650 MEAT
MEANS, by all
l.Jiy ail means, altogether, entirely, iroVraij pantos.
Acts 18. 21 I must by all means keep this feast that
1 Co. 9. 22 that I might by all means save some
2. In every way, Iv wavjl rpoiri? en panti tropd.
2 Th. 3. 16 Lord..giveyoupeacealwaysbyall[means]
MEANS, by any, some, no
\.Any Imn; irws, jris.
Acts 27. 12 if by any means they might attain to Ph.
Rom. i. 10 ; n. 14; i Co. 8. 5,9. 27; 2 Co. n. 3;
Gal. 2. 2 ; PhiK 3. n ; i Th. 3. 5.
2.^ ot at all, oi> ft. f) ou me.
Matt. 5. 26 Thou shalt by no means come out
3. Through, any turn, KOTO nrjSfva rpoirov kata.
2 Th. 2. 3 Let no man deceive you by any means
MEANS, by this
Over against this, n^i S3j3.b lo-qobel denah.
Ezra 4. 16 by this means thou slialt Have no portion
MEANS, by what
How, irwr pvs.
Luke 8. 36 by what means he that was possessed of
John 9. 21 by what meanshe uowseeth. weknownot
By what, iv rivi en tini, Acts 4. 9.
MEANS of, by
1. Through, ij,
1? bead.
Prov. 6. 26 For by means of a whorish woman (a man
2. Out of, *K en; 7. Co. I. n.
Z.To become, fivo^ai ginmnai, Heb. 9. 15.
MEAN WHILE, in the
\.Unto thus, ns ny ad koh.
i Ki.iS. 45 it came to pass in the mean while, that
V.After, between, mean while, fttra^v metaxu.
John 4. 31 In the mean while his disciples prayed
Rom. 2. 15 (their) thoughts the mean while accusing
HE-A -RAH, .TVS cave.
A place in the H. of Canaan, near Sidon ; now Adlan
Josli.i3. 4 M. that (is) beside the Sidouians. unto A.
MEASURE
1.An ephah, measure (3 seahs), ng N ephah.
Deut 25. 14 Thou shall not have, .divers measures
25 15 just measure shall thou have : that thy
Prov 20. 10 Divers weights, (and) divers measures
Mic. 6. 10 and the scant measure (that is) abomin.
2.A fore arm, cubit, measure, ^SN ammah.
Jer. 51. 13 (and) the measure of thy covetousuess
S.Statute, limit, pn choq.
Isa. 5. 14 and opened her mouth without measure
4.A cor, measure (10 ephahs), 12 kor.
i Ki. 4. 22 for one day was thirty measures of fine
4. 22 flneflour, and threescore measuresof meal
5. ii twenty thousand measures of wheat (for)
5. ii and twenty measures of pure oil: thus
a Ch. 2. 10 twenty thousand measuresof beaten wheat
2. 10 twenty thousand measures of barley, and
27. 5 ten thousand measures of wheat, and ten
H.Cors, measures (10 ephahs each), fiis korin.
Ezra 7. 22 to aa hundred measures of wheat, and to
6.A measure, long robe, T5 mad.
Job it. 9 The measure thereof (is) longer than the
Jer. 13. 25 the portion of thy measures from me
7. Measure, long role, -TO middah.
Exod2<3. 2 of the curtains shall have one measure
26 8 curtains (shall be all) of one measure
Josh. 3. 4 about two thousand cubits by measure
1 Ki. 6. 25 the cherubim (were) of one measure and
7. 9 according to the measuresof hewedstones
7. 1 1 after the measures of hewed stones, and
7. 37 hadone casting,onemeasure.(and)one size
2 Ch. 3. 3 length by cubits after the first measure
Job 28. 25 and he weigheth the waters by measure
Psa. 39. 4 know mine end, and the measure of my
fa 4o. 10 one measure : and the posts had one me
40. 21 were after the measure of the first gate
40. 22 measure of the gate that looketh toward
40. 24, 28, 29, 32, 33, 35 according to these mea
41. 17 about, within and without, by measure
43. 13 measures of the altar after the cubits
45. 3 of this measure shalt thou measure the
46. 22 these four corners (were) of one measure
48. 16 these (shall be) the measures thereof ; the
48. 30, 33 four thousand and five hundred mea
8. Measures, o ^so memaddim.
Job 38. 5 Who hath laid the measures thereof, if
9. A liquid measure, "nibo mesurah.
Lev. 19. 35 in mete yard, in weight, or in measure
i Ch.23. 29 and for all manner of measure and size
Eze. 4. ii Thou shalt drink also water by measure
4. 16 they shall drink water by measure, and
10. Judgment, v$pO mishpat.
Jer. 30. ii I will correct thee in measure, and will
46. 28 end of thee, but correct thee in measure
H. Measure, proper quantity, njsn? mnthkoneth.
Eze. 45. ii measure thereof shall be after the home
12.A seah, measure (third of an ephah), nvoseah.
Gen. 1 8. 6 Make ready quickly three measures of fin
i Sa. 25. 18 and five measures of parched (corn), and
i Ki. iS. 32 as would contain two measures of seed
2 Ki. 7. i measure of fine flour (be sold) for a shekel
7. i, 16, 18 two measures of barley for a shekel
7. 16 So a measure of tine tlour was (sold) for a
7. 18 and a measure of tine tlour for a shekel
^.[Meaning uncertain], riNjK? sasseah.
Isa 27. 8 In measure, when it shooteth forth, thou
4. A threefold measure, &"?$ shalish.
Psa. So. 5 givest them tears to drink in great mea.
Isa. 40. 12 the dust of the earth in u measure, and
5. Weight or measure, J2R token.
Eze 45. ii the bath shall be of one measure, that the
.6. Bath (7^ gallons, Heb. n;), /Soros batos.
Lukei6. 6 And he said, An hundred measures of oil
.7. A cor (75 gallons), Heb. ~\3), Kopos koros.
Lukei6. 7 And he said, An hundred measures of w.
.8.A measure (of length or capacity), ^irpovmetron.
Matt. 7 2 what measure ye mete, it shall be measu.
23 32 Fill ye up then the measure of your fath.
Mark 4. 24 what measure ye mete, it shall be measu.
Luke 6. 38 good measure, pressed down, and shaken
6. 38 the same measure that ye mete withal
John 3.34 giveth not the spirit by measure (unto him)
Rom. 12. 3 dealt to every man the measure of faith
2 Co. 10. 13 the measure of the rule which God hath
10. 73 to us, a measure to reach even unto you
Eph. 4. 7 accor to the measure of the gift of Christ
4. 13 the measuie of the stature of the fulness
4. 16 working in the measure of every part
Rev. 21. 17 the measure of u man, that (is), of theari.
.^4 seat (2i gallons, Heb. "
NP), aarov salon.
Matt 1 3 33 "took and hid in three measures of meal
Luke 13. 21 took and hid in three measures of meal
20. .-1 choinix (H pints), x >"t
choinix.
Rev. 6 6 A measure of wheat, .and three measures
MEASURE, to
[.To measure, stretch out, TIC madad.
Num35. 5 ye shall measure from without the city
Deut2i. 2 they shall measure unto the cities which
Ruth 3. 15 he measured six (measures) of barley.and
Isa. 40 12 Who hath measured the waters in the ha.
65. 7 therefore will I measure their former wo.
Eze 40. 5 he measured the breadth of the building
40 6 measured the threshold of the gate, (wh.
40. 8 He measured also the porch of the gate
40 q Then measured he the porch of the gate
40 ii he measured the breadth of the entry of
40 13 He measured then the gate from the roof
40 19 he measured the breadth, from the fore
40 20 he measured the length thereof, and the
40 23, 27 and he measured from gate to gate
40 24 he measured the posts thereof, and the
40 28 he measured the south gate according to
40. 32 he measured the gate according to these
40. 3; measured (it) according to these measures
40 47 he measured the court, an hundred cubits
40. 48 and measured (each)ppst of the porch, ft v
41. i measured the posts, six cubits broad on
41. 2 and he measured the length thereof, forty
41. 3 measured the post of the door two cubits
41. 4 So he measured the length thereof, twen.
41. 5 he measured the wall of the house six
41. 13 he measured the house, an hundred cub.
41. 15 he measured the length of the building
42. 15 toward the east, and measured it round
42. 16 measured the east side with the measur
42. 17 He measured the north side, five hundred
42. 1 8 He measured the south side, five hundred
42. 19 measured five hundred reeds, with the m.
42. 20 He measured it by the four sides : it had
43. 10 iniquities ; and let them measure the pa.
45. 3 And of this measure shalt thou measure
47. 3 measured a thousand cubits, and he bro
47. 4,4 Again he measured a thousand
47. 5 Afterward he measured a thousand ; (and
47. 18 the east side ye shall measure from Hau
Zech. 2. 2 he said unto me, To measure Jerusalem
I.To measure, ~n? madad, 3.
2 Sa. 8. 2 measured them with a line, casting them
8. 2 even with two lines measured he to put
3. To stretch out self, to measure, Tip madad, 3.
Hab 3. 6 He stood, and measured the earth he
4. To measure, p.trpi<a
metres.
2 Co. 10. 12 measuring themselves by themselves, and
Rev ii. i Rise, and measure the temple of God, and
ii. 2 the temple leave out, and measure it not
71. 15 had a golden reed to measure the city, and
21. 16 he measured the city with the reed. twe.
21 1 7 he measured the wall thereof, an hundred
MEASURE, above
Above measure, vTrfpBa\\6vrus huperballontos.
2 Co. 1 1. 23 in stripes above measure, in prisonsmore
MEASURE again, to
To measure in return, correspondingly, avriufTpiu.
Matt. 7. 2 mete, it shall be measured to you [again]
Luke 6. 38 withal it shall be measured to you [again]
MEASURE, beyond or out of
1. Abundantly, excessively, tx -irfpifftrov el: perissou.
Mark 6. 51 amazed in themselves (beyond measure]
2. Beyond measure, Ka9 v-irfpQo\T\vkath huperbolen.
2 Co. i. 8 that we were pressed out of measure, ab.
Gal. i. 13 how that beyond measure I persecuted
. Most abundatilhj or excessively, u
Mark 7. 37 And were beyond measure astonished, 8.
4. Abundantly, excessively, irtpiffaus perissos.
Markio. 26 they were astonished out of measure, sa.
MEASURE, thing without
Unmeasured, without measure, tiutrpos ametros.
2 Co. 10. 13 boastof things without (our)measure, but
10. 15 Hot boasting of things without (our) me.
MEASURED, to be
\.To be measured, TIIJ madad, 2.
Jer. 31. 37 If heaven above can be measured, and the
33. 22 neither the sand of the sea measured; to
Hos. i. 10 which cannot be measured nor numbered
2. To measure, fj.trptu metres.
Mark 4. 24 it shall be measured to you ; and unto you
MEASURING
Measure, rnt? middah.
Jer. 31. 39 And the measuring line shall yet go forth
Eze. 40. 3 flax in his hand, and a measuring reed
40. 5 in the man s hand a measuring reed of six
42. 15 when he had made an end of measuring
42. 16, 16, 17, 18, 19 with the measuring reed
Zech. 2. i and, behold, a man with a measuring line
MEAT
1. What is eaten, food, -"iS ?** akilah.
i Ki. 19. 8 went in the strength of that meat forty days
2. To eat, S?x akal.
Lev. 25. 7 shall all the increase thereof be meat
1 Sa. 20. 5 not fail to sit with the king at meat : but
Job 34. 3 trieth words, as the mouth tasteth meat
Psa. 59. 1 5 Let them wander up and down for meat
3. What is eaten, food, Sax okel.
Lev. ii. 34 Of all meat which may be eaten, (that)on
Deut. 2. 6 Ye shall buy meat of them for money, that
2. 28 Thou shalt sell me meat for money, that
Job 12. ii try words? and the mouth taste his meat?
20. 21 There shall none of his meat be left ; the.
36. 31 judgeth he the people ; he giveth meat
38. 41 cry unto God, they wander for lack of m.
Psa. 78. 18 tempted God. .by asking meat for their
78. 30 while their meat (was) yet in their mouths
104. 21 The young lions, .seek their meat from G.
104. 27 mayest give (them) their meat in due sea.
107. 18 Their soul abhorreth all manner of meat
145. 15 thou givest them their meat in dueseason
Lam. i. ii have given their pleasant things for meat
i. IQ they sought their meat to relieve their so.
Joel i. 16 Is not the meat cut off before our eyes
Hab. 3. 17 the fields shall yield no meat ; the nock
Mai. i. 12 fruit thereof, (even) his meat, (is) con.
4. What is eaten, food, n"?3x oklah.
Gen. i. 29 yielding seed"; to you it shall be for meat
i. 30 (I have given) every green herb for meat
9. 3 thing that liveth shall be meat for you
Lev. 25. 6 the sabbath of the land shall be meat for
Eze. 29. 5 I have given thee for meat to the beasts
34. 5 and they became meat to all the beasts
i. 8 my flock became meat to every beast of
34. 10 their mouth that they may not be meat
5. To eat, TJS. barah, 3.
Lam. 4. 10 they were their meat in the destruction
6. Food, eating, nna baruth.
Psa. 69. 21 They gave me also gall for my meat; and
7. Food, eating, n;-)3. biryah.
2 Sa. 13. 5 dress the meat in my sight, that I maysee
13 7 nowto. . Amnon shouse, and dress himm.
13! 10 Bring the meat into the chamber, that I
8. Torn food, TIB lereph.
Psa. ii i. 5 He hath given meat unto them that fear
Prov 31. 15 and giveth meat to her household, and
Mai. 3. 10 that there may be meat in mine house, and
9. Bread, food, flesh, cnS lechem.
Lev. 22. ii in his house: they shall eat of his meat
22. 13 she shall eat of her father s meat; but
\uni28. 24 the meat of the sacrifice made by fire
1 Sa. 20. 24 and. .the king sat him down to eat meat
20. 27 cometh not the son of
Jesse^to
meat, nei.
2 Sa,
20 14 his~nieat!n his bowels is turned, (it is) the
-o 4 who cut up., juniper roots (for) their meat
Psa. 42. 3 My tears have been my meat day and night
Prov 6 8 Provideth her meat in the .summer, (and)
21. 3 his dainties; for they (are) deceitful meat
30. 22 and a fool when he is filled with meat
10 2; they prepare their meat in the summer
Isa 65 25 dust (shall be) the serpent s meat. They
Eze. 16. 19 My meat also which I gave thee, fine flour
10. What is eaten, food, S;5 maakal.
Gen. 40. 17 (there was) of all manner of bake meats
Deut 20. 20 knowest that they (be) not trees for meat
28. 26 thy carcase shall be meat unto all fowls
Judgi4. 14 Out of the eater came forth meat, and out
i Ki. io. 5 the meat of his table, and the sitting of
1 Ch.i2. 40 on mules, and on oxen, (and) meat, meal
2 Ch. 9. 4 the meat of his table, and the sitting of
Ezra 3. 7 meat, and drink, and oil, unto them of Z.
Job 33. 20 abhorreth bread, and his soul dainty meat
Psa. 44. ii given us like sheep (appointed) for meat
MEAT 651 MEDITATION
Psa. 74. 14 gavest him (to be) meat to the people in
79. 2 dead bodies . . have they given (to be) meal
IM. 62. 8 give thy corn (to be) meat for thine enemies
Jer. 7. 33 shall be meat for the fowls of the heaven
16. 4 shall be meat for the fowls of heaven, and
19. 7 will I give to be meat for the fowls of the
34. 20 their dead bodies shall be for meat unto
Eze. 4. 10 thy meat which thou shalt eat (shall be)
47. 12 shall grow all trees for meat, whose leaf
47. 12 and the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and
Dan. i. 10 who hath appointed your meat and your
Hab. i. 16 portion (is) fat. and their meat plenteous
Hag. 2. 12 orwine, oroil, orauy meat, shall it be h. ?
11. Food, Jilip mazon.
Gen. 45. 23 corn and bread and meat for his father by
Dan. 4. 12, 21 and in it (was) meat for all
12.Morsel, r*$ path.
2 Sa. 12. 3 it did eat of his own meat, and drank of
13. Hunting, venison, provision, nyjf tsedah.
Psa. 78. 25 eat angels food : he sent them meat to the
14. Food, meat, Ppuua broma.
Mark 7. 19 out into the draught, purging all meats ?
Luke 3. ii and he that hath meat, let him do like wise
9. 13 except we should go and buy meat for all
John 4. 34 My meat is to do the will of him that sent Rom 14. 15 if thy brother be grieved with (thy) meat
14. 15 Destroy not him with thy meat for whom
14. 20 For meat destroy not the work of God. All
i Co. 3. 2 fed you with milk, and not with meat
6. 13 Meats for the belly.and the belly for meats
8. 8 But meat commendeth us not to God : for
8. 13 if meat make my brother to offend, I will
10. 3 And did all eat the same spiritual meat
i Ti. 4. 3 (and commanding) to abstain from meats
Heb. 9. 10 (Which stood) only in meats and drinks
13. q not with meats, which have not profited
15. Eatable, what may be eaten, 0pucrtfios brosimos.
Luke24. 41 he said unto them, Have ye here any in.?
IG.Act of eating, food, j8p(m brosis.
John 4 . 32 I have meat to eat that ye know not of
6. 27 Labour not for the meat which perisheth
6. 27 but for that meat which endureth unto
6. 55 For my flesh is meat indeed, and myblood Rom 14. 17 For the kingdom of God is not meat and
Col. 2. 16 Let no man therefore judge you in meat
17.Any thing to cat, irpoaqxiyiov prosphaffion.
John 21. 5 Children, have ye any meat? They answ.
IS.Table, Tpdirtfa trapeza.
Acts 1 6. 34 he set meat before them, and rejoiced, b.
19. Nourishment, rpo<pri trophe.
Matt. 3. 4 and his meat was locusts and wild honey
6. 25 Is not the life more than meat, and the b.
10. 10 for the workman is worthy of his meat
24. 45 made ruler, .to give them meat in due se.
Lukei2. 23 The life is more than meat, and the John body 4. 8 were gone away uuto the city to buy meat
Acts 2. 46 did eat their meat with gladness and sin.
9. 19 when he had received meat, he was stren.
27. 33 Paul besought (them) all to take meat, sa.
27. 34 Wherefore I pray you to take (some) meat
27. 36 good cheer, and they also took(some)meat
Heb. 5. 12 have need of milk, and not of strong meat
5. 14 But strong meat belongeth to them that
20.7*0 eat, feed on, consume, corrode, tpdyw phagS.
Matt25. 35 I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat
25. 42 I was an hungered, and ye gave me no m.
Luke 8. 55 and he commanded to give her meat
MEAT offering
An offeriny, present, nriio minchah.
Exodag. 41 shalt do thereto accordingto themeatoff.
30. 9 Ye shall offer no. .meat offering ; neither
40. 29 and offered upon it. .the meat offering ; as
Lev. 2. i when any will offer a meat offering unto
2. 3 Andtheremnantofthemeatofferingtshall
2. 4 if thou bring an oblation of a meat offer.
2. 5, 7 if thy ob ition (be) a meat offering, .in
2. 6 pour oil thereon : it (is) a meat offering
2. 8 thou shalt bring the meat offering that is
2. 9 the priest shall take from the meat offer
2. 10 And that which is left of the meat offering
2. ii No meat offering, which ye shall bring
2. 13 every oblation of thy meat offering shalt
2. 13 suffer, .to b lacking from thy meat offer.
2. 14 if thou offer a meat offering of thy first
2. 14 offer for the meat offering of thy first fru.
2. 15 lay frankincense thereon : it (is) a meat o.
5. 13 and . . shall be the priest s, as a meat offer
6. 14 And this (is) the law of the meat offering
6. 15 of the Hour of the meat offering, and of
6. 15 frankincense which (is) upon the meat off.
6. 20 of an ephah of fine flour for a meat offer.
6. 2z the baken pieces of the meat offeringshalt
6. 23 For every meat offering for the priest shall
7- 9 all the meat offering that is baken in the
7- 10 every meat offering mingled with oil, and
7- 37 This (is) the law. .of the meat offering, and
9- 4 and a meat offering mingled with oil: for
9- 17 And he brought the meatoffering, and took
10. 12 Take the meat offering thatremainethof
14- 10 he shall take, .(for) a meat offering, min.
14- 20 the priest shall offer, .the meat offering
14. 21 fine flour mingled with oil for a meat off.
14- 3 a burnt offering, with the meat offering
23. 13 the meatofferingthereof.. two tenth deals
23. 16 ye shall offer a new meat offering unto the
Lev. 23. 18 with their meat offering and their drink
2 3- 37 a burnt offering, and a meat offering, a
Num. 4. 16 the daily meatoffering, and theanointing
6. 15 their meat offering, and their drink offer.
6. 17 the priest shall offer also his meat offering
7. 13 flour mingled with oil, for a meat offering
[So in v. IQ, 25 3,, 37, 43, ^ S5( 6l , 67, 73 , 79.]
7. 87 All the oxen . . with their meat offering
8. 8 take a young bullock with his meat offer.
15. 4,0 Then shall he . . bring a meat offering of
15. 6 thou shalt prepare (for) a meat offering
15. 24 with his meat offering, and his drink off.
18. 9 every meat offering of theirs, and every
28. 5 And .of an ephah of Hour for a meat off.
28. 8 as the meat offering of the morning, and
28. 9, 12, 12 two tenthdeals of flour(for)am.o.
28. 13 flour mingled with oil (for) a meat offering
28. 20 their meat offering. .Hour mingled with
28. 26 when ye bring a new meat offering unto
28. 28 their meat offering of flour mingled with
28. 31 continual burnt offering, and his meat o.
29. 3, 9, 14 their meat offering, .flour mingled
29. 6 offering of the month, and his meat offer.
29. 6 the daily burnt offering, and his meat off.
29. ii continual burnt offering, and the meat off.
29. 16, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34, 38 his meat offering, and
29. 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 37 their meat offering
29. 19 the meat offering thereof, and their drink
29. 39 for your meat offerings, and for your dr. o.
Josh.22. 23 or if to offer thereon . . meat offering, or if
22. 29 to build an altar, .for meat offerings, or
Judg 13. 19 Manoah took a kid with a meat offering
13. 23 would not have received, .a meat offering
1 Ki. 8. 64 for there he offered, .meat offerings, and
8. 64 too little to receive the .meat offerings
2 Ki. 3. 20 when the meat offering was offered, that
16. 13 And he burnt, .his meatoffering, and po.
16. 15 burn, .the evening meat offering, and the
16. 15 their meat offering, and their drink offer.
iCh. 21. 23 the wheat for the meat offering; I give it
23. 29 for the fine flour for meat offering, and for
2 Ch. 7. 7 the burnt offerings, and the meat offerings Ezra 7.17 lambs, with their meat offerings and their
Neh. 10. 33 for the continual meat offering, and for
13. 5 where aforetime they laid the meat offer
13. 9 with the meat offering and the frankinc.
Isa. 57. 6 to them.. thou hast offered a meat offer.
Jer. 17. 26 bringing., meat offerings and incense, and
33. 18 to kindle meat offerings, and to do sacri
Eze. 42. 13 there shall they lay . .the meat offering
44. 29 They shall eat the meat offering, and the
45. 15 one lamb, .for a meat offering, and for a
45. 17 meat offerings, and drink offerings, in the
45. 17 he shall prepare, .the meat offering, and
45. 24 he shall prepare a meat offering of an ep.
45. 25 according to the meat offering, and acco.
46. 5 And the meat offering, .an ephah for a
46. 5 and the meat offering for the lambs as he
46. 7 he shall prepare a meat offering, an ephah
46. ii the meat offering shall be an ephah to a
46. 14 thou shalt prepare a meat offering for it
46. 14 a meat offering continually by a perpet.
46. 15 Thus shall they prepare, .the meat offer.
46. 20 where they shall bake the meat offering
Joel i. 9, 13 The meat offering and the drink offer.
2. 14 a meatoffering and a drink offering unto
Amos 5. 22 Though ye offer me. .your meat offerings
MEAT, morsel of
Act of eating, food, j8peo<m brosis.
Heb. 12. 16 who for one morsel of meat sold his birth.
MEAT, portion or provision of
Morsel or portion offood, J3PS pathbag.
Dan. i. 5 them a daily provision of the king s meat
i. 8 with the portion of the king s meat, nor
i. 13 that eat of the portion of the king s meat
1. 15 which did eat the portion of the King s m.
1. 16 took away the portion of their meat, and
ii. 26 they that feed of the portion of his meat
See also Broken, dainty, lay offered to idols, portion
sit, savoury.]
ME BTTN -NAI, J30 built up.
One of David s valiaut men of the family of Hushah
and tribe of Judah. B c. -.048. In Ch. 11 29; 283.23
27, it is Sibbecai, Abiezer the Anethothite, M. the
Hushathite.
2Sa. 23. 27 AiiiezertheAmethothite M. the Hushath.
KECH-ER-A-THITE, TO?-?.
Patronymic of Hepher, one of David s valiant men;
ilace unknown. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n 36 Hepher the M., Ahijah the Pelonite
ME -DAD, Trp love.
An elder on whom the spirit fell when remaining in the
camp with Eldad. B.C. 1499.
Numn. 26 But there i emained.. Eldad, and.. M.: and
ii. 27 said, Eldad and M. do prophesy in the c.
ME -DAN, ft? judgment.
A son of Abraham by Keturah, brother of Midian B C
-844.
Gen. 25. 2 she bare him Zimran, and. .M., and Mid.
1 Ch. i. 32 she bare Ximran, and Jokshan, and M.
MEDDLE (with), to
1. To stir self up, .TJJ garah, 7.
Deut. 2. 5 Meddle not with them ; for I will not give
2. 19 distress them not, nor meddle with them
2 Ki.i 4 . 10 why shouldest thou meddle to (thy) hurt
2 011.25. 19 why shouldest thou meddle to (thine) h
2. To cause self to pass over, njy abar, 7.
Prov 26. 17 meddleth with strife (belonging) not to h.
3.70 mix self up with, yy% arab, 7.
^rov 20. 19 meddle not with him that flattereth with
24. 21 meddle not with them that are given to
MEDDLING, meddled with, to b
To intermeddle with, y^i gala, 7.
Provi 7. 14 leaveoff contention, before it be meddled w.
20. 3 cease from strife, .every fool will be me.
ME-DE BA, X?TD full waters.
A plain and city in Reuben, S.E. of Heshbon on the risht
side of the Arnou ; taken from Moab by Sihon, but finally
retaken. Now called Madizabeh.
Nuni2i. 30 unto Nophah, which (reacheth) uuto M.
Josh. 13. 9 the city., and all the plain of M. untoDi.
13. 16 city, .in the. .river, and all the plain by M.
1 Ch.ig. 7 and the king., came and pitched before M.
Isa. 15. 2 Moab shall howl over Nebo, and over M.
MEDES, "ic, "i=, MfjSoi, the middle, midst.
The inhabitants of Media, a rude and uncultivated
race.
2 Ki. 17. 6 and placed them, .in the cities of the M.
18. n and put them, .in the cities of the M.
Ezra 6. 2 palace that (is) in the province of the M.
Esth. i. 19 the laws of the Persians and the M., that
Isa. 13. 17 I will stir up the M. against them, which
Jer. 25. 25 kings of Elam, and all the kings of the M.
51. ii the spirit of the kings of the M. : for his
51. 28 Prepare against her. .the kings of the M.
Dan. 5. 28 Thy kingdom is divided, and given to . . M.
6. 8, 12 the law of the M. and Persians, which
6. 15 the law of the M. and Persians (is), That
9. i Ahasuerus, of the seed of the M., which was
n. i first year of Darius the M., (even) I, stood
Acts 2. 9 Parthians, and M., and Elamites, and the
ME -DIA, "is middle land.
A country having the Caspian Sea on the N , Hyrcania
and Parthia on the E., Persia and Susiana on the S., and
Assyria and Armenia Major on the W. It separated
from Assyria B.C. 711, and became a republic; in 709
Deioces became king; in 656 it was invaded, and Deioces
was defeated and slain ; in 634 its king Phraortes, with
his army, perished before Babylon; in 632 it is invaded
by the Scythians; in 609 they are expelled ; in 603 the
Lydian war commences ; in 593 Cyrus was born ; in 584
the Lydian war closes by the battle of Halys ; in 560
Cyrus deposes Astyages, and raises Cyaxares II. or Darius
the Mede, to the throne ; in 551 Cyrus becomesitsking;
in 547 Larissa and Mespila, cities of Media, revolt but
are subdued ; iu 538 Cyrus takes Babylon, and marries
the daughter of his uncle Cyaxares, thereby uniting
Persia and Media.
Esth. i. 3 the power of Persia and M., the nobles
i. 14 the seven princes of Persia and M., which
i. 18 (LikewiJe)shalltheladiesofPersiaaudM.
10. 2 Chronicles of the kings of M. and Persia?
Isa. 21. 2 Go up, O Elam : besiege, O M. : all the
Dan. 8. 20 (two) horns (are) the kings of M. and Pe.
ME-DI-AN, NHS,
A native of Media. B.C. 538.
Dan. 5. 31 Darius the M. took the kingdom, (being)
MEDIATOR
Middle man, mediator, /ieo-tVjjy mesites.
Gal. 3. 19 ordained by angels in the hand of a med.
3. 20 Now a mediator is not. .of one ; but God
i Ti. 2. 5 and one mediator between God and men
Heb. 8. 6 he is the mediator of a better covenant
9. i? for this cause he is the mediator of the
12. 24 to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant
MEDICINE
l.Medicine, nna gehah.
Provi7. 22 A merry heart doeth good (like)a medicine
2.Curatives, medicine, niN~! rephuoth.
Jer. 30. 13 none to plead, .thou hast no healing me.
46. ii in vain shalt thou use many medicines
3. Healing remedy, medicine, ncn? terupkah.
Eze. 47. 12 fruit, .for meat, and the leaf . .for rnedi.
MEDITATE, (upon), to
1. To meditate, mutter, njn hagah.
Josh. i. 8 thou shalt meditate therein day and night
Psa. i. 2 in his law doth he meditate day and
63. 6 meditate on thee in the (night) watches
77. 12 I will meditate also of all thy work, and
143. 5 I meditate on all thy works; I muse on
. Isa. 33. 18 Thine heart shall meditate terror. Where
2. To bow down, mttse, meditate wsy, n-y siach, suach.
Gen. 24. 63 Isaac went out to meditate in the field at
Psa. 119. 15 I will meditate in thy precepts, and have
119. 23 thy servant did meditate in thy statutes
119. 48 and I will meditate in thy statutes
119. 78 (but) I will meditate in thy precepts
119. 148 watches, that I might meditate in thyw.
3. To be careful, take care, /j.e\frd<a melelao.
i Ti. 4. 15 Meditate upon these things; give thyself
MEDITATE before, to
To take care beforehand, irpofifhtrdco promeletaS.
Luke2i. 14 to meditate before what ye shall answer
MEDITATION
1. Meditation, nun haguth.
Psa. 49. 3 the meditation of my heart (shall be) of
MEEK 652 MEHETABEL
2. Earnest meditation,- r?n hagig.
Psa. 5. i Give ear. .O LORD ; consider my medita.
^.Meditation, ji jn higgaytm.
Psa. 19. 14 Let . .the meditation of my heart, be ac.
4. Meditation, n v siach.
Psa. 104. 3* My meditation of him shall be sweet : I
5.A bowing down, musing, .irrt? sichah.
Psa ng. 97 thy law : it (is) my meditation all the day
119. 99 for thy testimonies (.are) my meditation
Isa.
l.Humble, ijs; anar.
Psa. 22. 26 The meek shall eat and be satisfied : they
25 Q The meek will he guide in judgment; and
25 9 and the meek will he teach his way
37 . -j the meek shall irtherit the earth; and in.
76. 9 When God arose .to save all the meek of
147 6 The LORI> liftethup the meek : hecasteth
149! 4 he will beautify the meek with salvation
it. 4 and reprove with equity for the meek of
20 19 The meek also shall increase, .joy in the
6 1. t me t<. preach good tidings unto the meek
Amos 2. 7 pant . and turn aside the way of the meek
Zeph. 2. 3 all ye meek of the earth, which have wr.
2. Humble, Vjy [v.L. .] anav.
Numi2. 3 Now the man Moses (was) very meek, ab.
Mcfk, easy, mild, -rpaov praos.
Matt 1 1. 29 I am Imeek] and lowly in heart : and ye
4.Mcek, easy, mild, irpavs praus.
Matt 5 5 Blessed (are) the meek: for they shall inh.
21 5 Behold, thy king cometh unto thee, meek
i Pe. 3. 4 of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the
MEEKNESS
1. Humility, ;v anvah.
Psa. 45. 4 because of truth, and meekness (and) rig.
2. Humility, i])y- annvah.
Zeph. 2. 3 seek righteousness, seek meekness : it
Z.Afeekness, mildness, irpa6rr]s praoles.
1 Co. 4. 21 or in love, and(in)thespiritof[meekness]
2 Co. 10. i by the [meekness] and gentleness of Chri.
Gal. 5. 23 [Meekness], temperance : against such
6. i restore such an one in the spirit of [me.]
Eph. 4. 2 With all lowliness and (meekness], will
Col 3 12 Put on therefore, .[meekness], long suffe.
1 TJ. 6. ii follow after., love, patience, [meekness]
2 Ti 2 25 In [meekness] instructing those that opp.
Titus 3. 2 gentle.showing all [meekness] unto all m.
4, Meekness, mildness, irpavTTjs prautes.
Jas i. 21 receive with meekness the ingrafted word
3. 13 let him show, .his works with meekness
i Pe. 3! 15 hope that is in you with meekness and f.
KEET, ( more than is)
1. Sons of, J3 [ben].
Deut. 3. 1 8 shall pass over, .all (that are)meet for the
Z.Upright, right, "V; yashar.
Jer. 26. 14 do with me as seemeth good and meet unto
3. Uprightness, ~& yoslwr.
Provn. 24 that withholdeth more than is meet, bat
4. Chosen, nio raah (partic.).
Esth. 2. 9 meet to be given her, out of the king s h.
5. Worthy, ifios axios.
Matt. 3. 8 Bring forth therefore fruits meet for rep.
Acts 26. 20 they should, .do works meet for repentan.
1 Co 1 6. 4 if it be meet that I go also, they shall go
2 Th. i. 3 We are bound to thank God., as it is meet
Q.Jitst, right, SI KOUOS dikaios.
Phil i. 7 Even as it is meet for me to think this of
2 Pe. i. 13 Yea, I think it meet, as long as I am in
7. Well set, eWfTos euthetos.
Heb. 6. 7 bringeth forth herbs meet for them by
S.Sufficient, IKO.VOS hikanos.
i Co. 15. 9 that am not meet to be called an apostle
9. Honest, beautiful, Ka\6s kalos.
Matt 15 26 It is not [meet] to take the children s br.
Mark 7. 27 it is not meet to take the children s bread
KEET, (together or with\ b met, to
l.To meet together by appointment, ~>y, yaad, 2.
Exod2s. 22 And there I will meet with thee, and I
29. 42 where I will meet you. to speak there unto
29. 43 there I will meet with the children of Is.
30 6, 36 testimony, where I will meet witli thee
Nnmi7. 4 testimony, where I will meet with you
Josh. 1 1. 5 when all these kings were met together
Neh. 6. 2 Come, let us meet together in., the villa.
6. 10 Let us meet together in the house of God
2. To find, N*0 matsa.
i Sa. 10. 3 there shall meet thee three men going up
1 Ki. 13. 24 a lion met him by the way, and slew him
2 Ki. 4. 29 if thou meet any man, salute him not ; and
9. 21 they went out against Jehu, and met him
10. 13 Jehu met with the brethren of Ahaziah k
3. To come or fall upon, in? paga.
Gen. 32. i went, .and the angels of God met him
Exod. 5. 20 thev met Moses and Aaron, who stood in
23. 4 If thou meet thine enemy s ox or his ass
Nuro35. 19 when he meeteth him. he shall slay him
35. 21 shall slay the murderer when he meeteth
Josh. 2. 16 Get you to. .lest the pursuers meet you
Josh. 17 10 they met together in Asher on the north
Ruth 2. 22 that they meet thee not in any other field
i Sa. 10. 5 thou shall meet a company of prophets
Isa 47. ? I will take vengeance, and i iii nntin. .-t
64. 5 Thou meetest him that rejoiceth and w.
Amos 5. 19 did flee from a lion, and a Dear met him
L To meet, srJ? pagash.
Gen -i 17 When Esau my brother meeteth thee, and
33. 8 What, .thou by all this drove which I nu-t
Exod 4. 24 the LORD met him, and sought to kill him
4. 27 met him in the mount of God, and kissed
1 Sa. 25. 20 men came down against her; and she met
2 Sa. 2. 13 went out, and met together by the pool
Prov 17 12 Let a Ijear robbed of herwhelpsmeetam.
Isa 34. 14 wild beasts of the desert shall also meet
Jer. 41. 6 as he met them, he said unto them, Come
Hos. 13. 81 will meet them as a bear (that is) bere.
>. To be met, r:? pagash, 2.
Psa. 85. 10 Mercy and truth are met together; nght.
Prov. 22. 2 The rich and poor meet togetner : the L.
29. 13 The poor and the deceitful man meet to.
5. To meet, ir?9 pagash, 3.
Job 5. 14 They meet with darkness in the day time
7. To go or come before, cii? qadam, 3.
Deut 23 4 Because they met you not with bread and
Xeh. 13 2 Because they met not the children of I.
\.To meet, happen, come, N"Ji2 qo.ra.
Gen. 14. 17 the king of Sodom went out to meet him
1 8. 2 when he saw. .he ran to meet them from
19. i Lot seeing, .rose up to meet them ; and
24 17 the servant ran to meet her, and said, Let
24. 65 this that walketh in the field to meet us
29. 13 he ran to meet him, and embraced him
30. 16 Leah wentouttomeethim, andsaid, Thou
32. 6 he cometh to meet thee, and fourhundred
33 4 Esau ran to meet him, and embraced him
40. 29 went up to meet Israel his father, to Gos.
Exod. 4. 14 he cometh forth to meet thee : and when
4. 27 said. .Go into the wilderness to meet M.
1 8. 7 Moses went out to meet his father in law
IQ 17 people out of the camp to meet with God
Num ?>. 36 he went out to meet him unto a city of M.
23. 3 peradventure the LORD will come to meet
31.13 went forth to meet them without the ca.
Josh. 9. ii go to meet them, and say unto them,^ e
Jud<r 4. 18 Jael went out to meet Sisera, and said
4. 22 Jael came out to meethim, and said unto
6. 35 And he sent, .and they came up to meet
ii. 31 forth ofthe doors of my house to meet me
ii. 34 his daughter came out to meet him with
19. 3 the father . . saw him, he rejoiced to meet
1 Sa io 10 behold, a company of prophets met him
13 io Saul went out to meet him, that he might
15. 12 when Samuel rose early to meet Saul in
17. 48 and came and drew nigh to meet David
17. 48 ran toward the army tomeetthe Philistine
18. 6 the women came out. .to meet king Saul
25 32 (iod. .which sent thee this day to meet
25. 34 thou hadst hasted and come to meet me
30 21 they went forth to meet David, and to meet
2 Sa. 6. 20 Michal-.came out to meet David, and said
io 5 he sent to meet them, because the men
15 32 Hushai the Archite came to meet him w.
16 i Ziba . . servant of Mephibosheth met him
19. 13 Judah came to Gilgal, to go to meet the
19. 16 came down with the men of Judah to m.
19. 20 I am come the first, .to meet my lord the
IQ. 24 the son of Saul came down to meet the k.
19. 25 when he was come to Jerusalem to meet
1 Ki 2. 8 he came down to meet me at Jordan, and
2. 19 the king rose up to meet her, and bowed
18 7 as Obadiah was in -the way . . Elijah met
1 8. 1 6 went to meet Ahab... And Ahab went torn.
21. 18 Arise, go down to meet Ahab king of Isr.
2 Ki i . 3 Arise, go up to meet the messengers of the
1. 6 There came a man up to meet us, andsaid
i 7 which came up to meet you, and told you
2. 15 they came to meet him, and bowed them.
4. 26 Run now, I pray thee, to meet her, and
4 31 wherefore he went again tomeethim. and
c! 21 he lighted down from the chariot to meet
5. 26 turned again from his chariot to meet thee?
8. 8 meet the man of God, and enquire of the
8. Q So Hazael went to meet him, and took a p.
9 17 Take an horseman, and send to meet them
9! 1 8 So there went one on horseback to meet
io. 15 the son of Rechab (coming) to meet him
16. io king Ahaz went to Damascus to meet Ti.
i Ch.ig 5 and he sent to meet them : for the men
Job 39.21 Hepaweth..hegoethontomeetthearmed
Prov 7 io there met him a woman (with) the attire
7 15 therefore came I forth to meet thee, dili.
Isa 7 3 Go forth now to meet Ahaz, thou, and Sh.
14 9 Hell., is moved for thee to meet (thee) at
Jer. 41. 6 And., went., from Mizpah to meet them
51. 31 One post shall run to meet another
51. 31 and one messenger to meet another, to 8.
Amos 4 . 12 Therefore, .prepare to meet thy God, O
Zech. 2. 3 and another angel went out to meet him
9. To meet, come (to view], ( JcV) tn,r< qara,2 (li-phtne >.
Exod. 5. 3 The God of the Hebrews hath met with n<
9 Sa. 18. 9 And Absalom met the servants of David
10. To meet, happen, come, .Tjp qarah.
Deut25. 18 How he met thee by the way, and smote
11.7*0 meet, happen, come, n~li) qarnh, 1.
Exod 3. 18 The LORD God of the Hebrews hath met
Num 23. 4 God met Baalam : and he said unto him
23. 15 Stand., by thy burnt offering, while I meet
23. 1 6 LORD met Balaam, and put a word in his
12. To the fac of, iS
1
? or JS Sx [panim].
1 Ch. 12. 17 David went out to meet them, and RIIFW
2 Ch. 15. 2 he went out to meet Asa, and said untuh.
19. 2 son of Hananithe seer went, .to meet him
13. 7"o meet, airavrdu apanlao.
M;itt jg. 9 behold, Jesus [met]them, saying, All hail
Mark 5. 2 there [met] him out of the tombs a man
14. 13 there shall meet you a man bearing a pi.
Lukei4. 31 he be able with ten thousand [to nir-et]
17. 12 there met him ten men that were lepers
John 4. KI his servants [met] him, and told, .saying
Acts i6."i6 a certain damsel possessed .. [met] us, w.
14. For a meeting, tls a.-irdvr^<riv eis apantesin.
Matt 25. i virgins, which . . went forth [to meet] the
25. 6 the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet
Acts 28. 15 they came to meet us as far as Appii K.
i Th. 4. 17 shall be caught up. .to meet the Lord in
15. To happen to be near, nap<n\i"yx_dvui paratufich.
Acts 17. 17 disputed., daily with them that met with
16. To cast together, come up -with, <ruu.fid\\ta sum.
Acts 20. 14 when he met with us at Assos, we took
17. To meet together, avva.vTa.ia sunanta<~>.
Luke 9. 37 it came to pass, that, .much people met
2-j. 10 there shall a man meet you, bearing a p.
Acts io. 25 Cornelius met him, and fell down at his
Heb. 7. i who met Abraham returning from the s.
7. 10 loins of his lather when Mekhisedec met
18.For amceting-with, tlsffvvdvrriffiveissunantesin.
Matt. 8. 34 the whole city came out [to meet] Jesus
19. To come to meet, viravrdu livpa.nta.ij.
Matt. 8. 28 there met him two possessed with devils
Luke 8. 27 there met himoutof the city a certain man
Johmi. 30 was in that place where Martha met him
12. 18 For this cause the people also met him
20. In order to a meeting, ij inravrrjaiv eis hupant.
John 12. 13 went forth to meet him, and cried, Hos.
MEET, go and
To come to meet, viravrdu hupantaS.
Johnn. 20 Then Martha. . weilt and met him : but
MEET, to be
1.7*0 hai-e patience, T3K arak.
Ezra 4. 14 it was not meet for us to see the king s
2.7*0 be right, prepared, pr kun, 2.
Exod. 8. 26 It is not meet so to do ; for we shall sac.
3. fo be made, used, rtyy asah, 2.
Eze 1 5 5 when it was whole, it was meet for no work
15. 5 shall it be meet yet for (any) work, when
4. Jo prosper, nSy tsaleach.
Eze. 15. 4 cast into the fire. .Is it meet for (any) w.?
5.7^ behoveth, 5*7 del.
Luke 15. 32 It was meet that we should make merry
Rom. i. 27 recompence of their error which was m^et
MEET for use
Very useful, tvxprtffros euchrestos.
2 Ti. 2. 21 sanctified, aiid meet for the master s us
MEET, to make
7*o make sufficient, IKHVOW hikanoo.
Col. i. 12 which hath made us meet to be partaker
MEET, to seem
7*o be or seem right, ~V", yashar.
Jer. 27. 5 have given it unto whom it seemed meet
MEETEST
Right, upright, Tf*; yashar.
2 Ki.io. 3 Look even out the best and meetest of your
MEETING
7*o meet, happen, come, Ki,i^ qara.
i Sa. 21. i Ahimelech was afraid at the meeting of
MEETING (two ways)
I Double u-ay, crosstwy, &fj.<p<fiov amphodon.
Mark T i. 4 without in a place where two ways met
ME-GID -DO. ME-GID -DON, nW, P^P place ofVod.
A citv in Issachar or Manasseh, W. of Jordan m the
plain of Jezrecl, at the Jf.K. of Mount Carmol, near
Taanach and Ibleam; once Legto, now Ltgyun.
Josh 12 21 The king of Taanach, one; the king of M.
, i, the inhabitants of M. and her towns, (even)
Judg i 27 nor the inhabitants of M. and her towns
s ,o Taanach by the waters of M. ; they took
1 Kt A 12 (to him pertained) Taanach and M.. awl
q 15 to build the house of the LORD, .and M.
2 Ki Q 27 Ahaziah the kinii. .fled to M., and died
23 o he slew him at M., when he had seen him
n 30 carried him in a chariot dead from M., and
i Ch 7. 29 M. and her towns, Dorandher towns. In
- Ch s r-- Josiah. .came to fight in the valley of M
Zech 12. ii as the mourning of H. in the valley of M.
ME-KE-TAB -EL, sie TO God is doing good.
1 Wife of Hadar, eighth king of Edom. B.C. 1500.
Gen 36. 39 M., the daughter of Matred, the daughter
i Ch i 50 M., the daughter of Matred, the daughter
MEHIDA 653 MEN
2. A persun whose grandson tried to intimidate Nehemiah
when threatened by Sauballat and Tobiah. B.C.
490.
Neh. 6. 10 Delaiah the son of Mehetabeel, who (was)
ME-HI -DA, xyn
A Nethinim whose descendants returned with Zerubbabel
from exile. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 52 the children of M., the children of liars.
Neh. 7. 54 the children of M., the children of liars.
ME -HIR. vrp dexterity.
A son of Cheliib, through Caleb son of Hur. B. C. 1420.
i Ch. 4. ii Chelub the brother of Shuahjjegat M.
ME-HO-LA THTTE, n^hD.
An inhabitant of a city in Issachar, also called Abdmeholah.
1 Sa. 18. 19 she was given unto Adriel the M. to wife
2 Sa. 21. 8 for Adriel the son of Barzillai the M.
ME-HTT-JA -EL, Sx^np (Joel is combating.
Son of Irad, a descendant of Cain, and father of Methusael.
B.C. 3700.
Gen. 4. 18 Irad begat M. : and M. begat Methi sael
ME HTJ -MAN, jpirtp.
One of the seven chamberlains that served in the pre
sence of Ahasueras king of Persia. B.C. 500.
Esth. i. 10 the king, .commanded M., Biztha, Harb.
ME-HTJ -NIH, ME-TJ -NIM, C $ys.
One of the Nethinim whose desceudents returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 50 the children of M., the children of Neph.
Neh. 7. 52 the children of M., the children of Neph.
ME HTJ -NIMS, C JU ?.
An Arab tribe at the S. of the Salt Sea, and towards
Petra.
2 Ch.26. 7 And God helped him against, .the II.
ME JAR -KON, ppl n p.
A city in Dan, near Rakkon ; now called Oyun Kara.
Josh. 19. 46 And M., and Rakkon, with the border b.
ME-KO -NAH, .ijbp foundation.
A city in Judah, near Ziklag.
Neh. ii. 28 And at Ziklag, and at XI., and in the vill.
ME-LAT -IAH, .Tip
1
?:? Jah delivers.
A Gibeonite who helped to repair the wall after
Nehemiah came from Shushan. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 7 next unto them repaired M. the Gibeonite
MEL -CHT, MeAx i Me\xe <
> from Heb. ?Sp my kiny.
1. An ancestor of Jesus through Mary.
Luke 3. 24 Levi which was (thesou)of M., which was
2. A still more remote ancestor. Luke 3. 28.
MELCHIAH. >V<; MALCHIAH, No. 12.
MEL-CHT-SE -DEC, MeA-xitreSeK. See Melchizedek.
Heb. 5. 6 a Priest for ever, after the order of M.
5. 10 Called, .a. .Priest after the order of M.
6. 20 High Priest for ever, after the order of M.
7. . i For this M., king of Salem, priest of the
7. 10 in the loins of his father when M. met
7. ii priest should rise after the order of M.
7. 15 after the similitude of M. there ariseth
7. 17, 21 [a Priest for ever, after the order of M.]
MEL-CHI-SHTJ -A, MAL-CHI-SHU -A, S^tP S^O.
The third son of king Saul. B.C. 1056.
i Sa. 14. 49 the sons of Saul were Jonathan . .and M.
31. 2 the Philistines slew Jonathan, .and Mel.
i Ch. 8. 33 Saul begat Jonathan, and M., and Abina.
9. 39 Saul begat Jonathan, and M., and Abiu.
10. 2 the Philistines slew Jonathan, .and M.
MEL-CHI-ZE -DEK, pT|"?75 my king is righteous.
The priest and king of Salem, who met Abraham and
blessed him. B.C. 1917.
Gen. 14. 18 And M. king of Salem brought forth bread
Psa. 1 10. 4 (art) a priest for ever after the order of M.
ME-LE -A. MeAeSs.
An ancestor of Jesus, through Mary.
Luke 3. 31 Which was (theson) of M., which was(the
ME -LECH, T|?a king.
A son of Micah, grandson of Jonathan son of king Saul.
B.C. 970.
i Ch. 8. 35 the sons of Micah (were)Pithon, and M.
9. 41 the sons of Micah (were) Pithon, and M.
ME-LI -CTJ, O V? counsellor [v. L. 317D]. A priest in Jerusalem in the days of Joikim, grandson
of Jozadak; called also Malluch. B.C. 536.
Neh. 12. 14 Of M., Jonathan ; of Shebaniah, Joseph
ME-LI -TA, MeAiTTj.
An island in the Adriatic, where Paul was shipwrecked; now called Malta, which is twenty miles long by
twelve broad ; or it may have been Melcda or Melita, a
small isle near Dalmatia.
Acts 28. i they knew that the island was called M.
MELODY
1. Sony or instrument ofpraise, .TJtpr zimrah.
Isa. 51. 3 joy. .thanks}dving,andthevoiceofmelody Amos 5. 23 for I will not hear the melody of thy viols
2. To play on a stringed instrument, \}) nagan, 3.
Isa. 13. 16 make sweet melody, sing many songs, that
MELODY, to make
To play on a stringed instrument, T\ICL\\Q> p^allH.
Eph. 5. 19 making melody in your heart to the Lord
MELONS
Melons, Q nujx abattichim.
Nuniii. 5 the cucumbers, and the melons, and the
MELT (away), to
I. To drop, fjVj dalaph,
Psa.ng. 28 My soul melteth for heaviness: strengthen
2.7*0 melt, waste, nija masuh, 5.
Psa.147. 18 He sendeth out his word and melteth them
3. To be loathed, des2)ised, rejected, DND maus, 2.
Psa. 58. 7 Let them melt away as waters (which) run
4. To melt, dissolve, Jia mug.
Psa. 46. 6 he uttered his voice, the earth melted
Amos 9. 5 it shall melt, and all that dwell therein
5. To be melted, dissolved, Jia mug, 2.
Exodis. 15 the inhabitants of Canaan shall melt away
1 Sa. 14. 16 the multitude melted away, and they went
6. To be melted, Jio mug, la.
Amos 9. 13 sweet wine, and all the hills shall melt
Nah. i. 5 the hills melt, and the earth is burned at
7. To be melted, wasted, DQO masas, 2.
Exod:6. 21 and when the sun waxed hot, it melted
Josh. 2. ii our hearts did melt, neither did there re.
5. i their heart melted, neither was their spi.
7. 5 the hearts of the people melted, and be.
2 Sa. 17. 10 And he also, .shall utterly melt : for all I.
Psa. 8. 2 as wax melteth before the fire, (so) let the
97. 5 The hills melted like wax at the presence
112. 10 he shall gnashwith his teeth,and melt away
Isa. 13. 7 Therefore, .every man s heart shall melt
19. i the heart of Egypt shall melt in the midst
Eze. 21. 7 every heart shall melt, and all hands shall
Mic. i. 4 the mountains shall be molten under him
Nah. 2. 10 the heart melteth, and the knees smite
8. To flow, bu nazal.
J udg. 5. 5 The mountains melted from before the
9. To pour out, T]pi nasak.
Isa. 40. 1 9 The workman melteth a graven image, and
44. 10 Who hath formed a god, or molten a gra
10. 7*0 pour out, ~ru nathak, 5.
Eze. 22. 20 to blow the tire upon it, to melt (it); so
22. 20 and I will leave (you there), and melt you
11. To refine, purify, *\~iy tsuraph.
Jer. 6. 29 the founder melteth in vain ; for the wi.
9. 7 Behold, 1 will melt them, and try them
12. /I melting or wasting away, Dr^i femes.
Psa. 58. 8 As a snail (which) melteth, let (every one
13. To loose, \vta luo.
2 Pe. 3. 10 the elements shall melt with fervent heat
14. Tobe dissolved, melted, liquified, -rrtKofjiaitekomai.
2 Pe. 3.12 the elements shall melt with fervent heat?
MELT, to make
To melt, waste, .19 a masah, 5.
Josh. 1 4. 8 brethren . . made the heart of the people m.
MELTED, to be
\.Melting, Tpnn hittuk.
Eze. 22. 22 As silver is melted in the midst of the fu.
2.7*0 be melted, 3ia mug, la.
Psa. 107. 26 their soul is melted because of trouble
3.7*0 be melted, opo masas, 2.
Psa. 22. 14 it is melted in the midst of my bowels
Isa. 34. 3 the mountains shall be melted with their
4. To be poured out, sru ncthak, 2.
Eze. 22. 21 ye shall be melted in the midst thereof
5. To be poured out, ^ri: nathak, 6.
Eze. 22. 22 so shall ye be melted in the midst thereof
MELTING
Stubble, meltings, refuse, C cpn hamasim.
Isa. 64. 2 As (when) the melting fire burneth, the
MEL -ZAR, isSsrr the overseer.
One to whose care Daniel and his companions were com
mitted by the chief of the eunuchs of Nebuchadnezzar.
B.C. 530.
Dan. i. ii Then said Daniel to M., whom the prince
1. 16 Thus M. took away the portion of their m.
MEMBER
I. Things formed, O ^s; yctsurim.
Job 17. 7 and all my members (are) as a shadow
1.A member, limb, part of the body, jueAos mclos.
Matt 5. 29, 30 that one of thy members should perish
Rom. 6. 13 Neither yield ye your members (as) inst.
6. 13 your members (as) instruments of right.
6. 19 as ye have yielded yourmembers servants
6. 19 yield your members servants to righteous.
7. 5 did work in our members to bring forth
7. 23 I see another law in my members, warring
7. 23 to the law of sin which is in my members
12. 4 For as we have many members in one body
12. 4 and all members have not the same office
12. 5 and every one members one of another
i Co. 6. 15 that your bodies are the members of Ch.
6. 15 shall I then take the members of Christ
iCo. 6. 15 and make (them) the members of an har.?
12. 12 as the body is one, and hath many mem.
12. 12 all the members of that one body, being
12. 14 Forthebody is not one member, Init many
12. 18 But now hath God set the members every
12. 19 And if they were all one nifinl>er, where
12. 20 But now (are they) many members, yet
12. aa Nay, much more those members of the
12. 25 the members should have the same care
12. 26 whether one member surfer, all the mem.
12. 26 one member be honoured, all the members
12. 27 ye are the body of Christ, and members
Eph. 4. 25 for we are members one of another
5. 30 For we are members of his body, of his
Col. 3. 5 Mortify therefore your mcmbi-ra which
Jas. 3. 5 Even so the tongue is a little member, and
3. 6 so is the tongue among our members, that
4. i of your lusts that war in your members?
MEMORIAL _
I.Mfiiwriul, fTiyiN azka.rah.
Lev. 2. 2 tile priest shall burn the memorial of it
2. 9 shall take from the meat ottering a mem.
2. 16 the priest shall burn the memorial of it
5. 12 a memorial thereof, and burn (it) on the
6. 15 shall burn, .the memorial of it, unto the
24. 7 that it may be on the bread for a memor.
Num. 5. 26 the memorial thereof, and burn (it) upon
2. Remembrance, memorial, ~ci, -ct zeker.
Exod. 3. 15 this (is) my memorial unto all generations
Esth. 9. 28 nor the memorial of them perish from
Psa. 9. 6 their memorial is perished with them
135. 13 thy memorial, O LORD, throughout all g.
Hos. 12. 5 LOUD God of hosts ; the LORD (is) his me.
Z. Memorial, remembrance, JIIJT zikkaron.
Exodi2. 14 this day shall be unto you for a memorial
13. o for a memorial between thine eyes, that
17. 14 Write this (for) a memorial in abook, and
28. 12 stones of memorial unto the children of
28. 12 upon his two shoulders, for a memorial
28. 29 for a memorial before the LORD continu.
30. 16 it may be a memorial unto the children
39. 7 stones for a memorial to the children of
Lev. 23. 24 a memorial of blowing of trumpets, an
Num. 5. 15 an offering of memorial, bringing iniquity
5. 1 8 put the offering of memorial in her hands
10. 10 that they may be to you for a memorial
16. 40 (To be) a memorial unto the children of I.
31. 54 a memorial for the children of Israel before
Josh. 4. 7 these stones shall be for a memorial unto
Neh. 2. 20 ye have no portion, norright, not-memorial
Zech. 6. 14 for a memorial in the temple of the LORD
4.^4 memorial, token of remembrance, (ivt\fioavvov.
Matt 26. 13 shall also this, .be told for a memorial of
Marki4. 9 snail be spoken of for a memorial of her
Acts 10. 4 are come up for a memorial before God
MEMORY
Memory, remembrance, memorial, 12J, 12] zeker.
Psa. 109. 15 that he may cut off the memory of them
145. 7 They shall abundantly utter the memory
Prov 10. 7 The memory of the just (is) blessed : but
Eccl. 9. 5 for the memory of them is forgotten
Isa. 26. 14 hast thou. .made all their memory to pe.
MEM -PHIS, *]8 moph.
A city in Central Egypt, on the W. of the Nile, the seat
of the 3rd, 4th, 7th, and 8th dynasty of Manetho;
after Psammetichus the royal residence ; also called
Noph.
Hos. 9. 6 M. shall bury them : the pleasant (places)
ME-MTT -CAN, \ys^.
One of the seven princes of Persia and Media that saw
the king s face at pleasure. B.C. 519.
Esth. i. 14 next unto him (was) Carshena. .(and) M
i. 16 M. answered before the kingand theprin.
i. 21 The king did according to the word of M.
MEN [.See also Man.]
l.J/en, tall ones, C Jr? methim.
Deut. 2. 34 utterly destroyed the men, and the women
3. 6 utterly destroying the men, women, and
33. 6 Let Reuben live . . let (not) his men be few-
Job ii. 3 Should thy lies make men hold their p. ?
11. ii For he knoweth vain men : he seeth wic.
22. 15 old way which wicked men have trodden?
24. 12 Men groan from out of the city, and the
31. 31 If the men of my tabernacle said not, Oh
Psa. 17. 14 From men (which are) thy hand, O LORD
17. 14 from men of the world, (which have) their
105. 12 When they were(l>ut)afewmen in number
Isa. 3. 25 Thy men shall fall by the sword, and thy
5. 13 their honourable men (are) famished, and
41. 14 Fear not, thou worm Jacob . .ye men of I.
2. Wholeness, ch? methom [prob. error; A.V. trans
lates as if = No. 1]. Judg. 20. 48.
3. People, oy, cy am.
. 32 the prey which the men of war had caught
i.Mafe, &ptrr)t>
arsSn.
Rom. i. 27 men with men working that which is un.
MEN, certain
Men, C S jx anashim.
Num. 9. 6 there were certain men, who were defiled
MEN of low degree
Sons of Adam or of man, cnx i3 beru adam.
Psa. 62. 9 Surely men of low degree (are)vanity.(and)
MEN 651 MERCIES
MEN, after the manner of
Ifunian, belonging to man, avdpuirtvos anthrupinos.
Rom. 6. 19 I speak after the ui mnerof men because
MIEN S persons
Face, irpofftawov prosopon.
Jude 16 having men s persons in admiration beca.
KEN. to play or quit like
1. To strengthen self, pin chazaq, 7.
2 Sa. 10. 12 let us play the men for our people, and
2. To act as men, av5pio/j.ai andrizomai.
1 Co. 16. 13 Watch ye. .quit you like men, be strong
MEN. to show selves
To show self a man, V # ish, la.
Isa. 46. 8 Remember this, and show yourselves men
ME-NA -HEM, D", l? comforter.
The sou of Gadi who slew Shallum, and was succeeded
by his son Pekahiah. B.C. 761.
3 Ki.is. 14 M. the son of Gadi went up from Tirzah
15. i6Then.M. smote Tiphsah, andallthat(were)
15. 17 began M. the son of Gadi to reign over I.
15. 19; 15. 20; 15. 21 ; 15. 22; 15. 23.
MENE
To dumber, K:p, nj? mena, menah.
Dan. 5. 26M KNE,Godhathnumberedthykingd.v.:-
ME -NAN, McuVdi , or Mtvva..
Au ancestor of Jesus, through Mary-
Luke 3. 31 Melea, which was (the son)of [M.,] which
MEN CHILDREN
A male, TCI zakur.
Exod34. 23 Thrice in the year shall all your men ch.
MEND, to
1. To strengthen, pin chazaq, 3.
2 Ch.24- 12 and brass to mend the house of the LORD
2. To make thoroughly Jit, Karaprifa katartizo.
Matt 4. 21 he saw other two brethren, mendingtheir
Mark 1.19 who also were iu the ship mending their
MEN PLEASERS
Pleasing men, at>8pwirdpe(ricos anthropareskos.
Eph. 6. 6 Not with eye service, as men pleasers; but
Col. 3. 22 uot with eye service, as men pleasers ; but
MEN STEALER
Men enslaver, avSpairoSiffrris andrapodistes.
i Ti. i. 10 for men stealers, for liars, lor perjured p.
MENSTRtrOUS woman or cloth
\.0ne separated, rni niddah.
Lam. i. 17 Jerusalem is as amenstruous woman am.
Eze. 18. 6 neither, .come near to a menstruous wo.
2.Stc&, menstruous, -ivn daveh.
Isa. 30. 22 shall cast them away as a menstruous cl
MENTION
Mention, /j.veia mneia.
Rom. i. Q I make mention of you always in my pra.
Kph. i. 16 making mention of you iu my prayers
i Th. i. 2 making mention of you in our prayers
I hm. 4 making mention of thee always m my pr.
MENTION (of, to make), to
1. To remember, be mindful of, ~C\zakar.
Jer. 20. 9 I will not make mention of him, nor sp
23. 36 the burden of the LORD shall ye mention
2.7*0 make mention, i;j zakar, 5.
Gen. 40. 14 make mention of me unto Pharaoh, and
Exod23. 13 make no mention of the name of other g.
Josh. 23. 7 neithermake mention of thenameof their
T Sa. 4. 1 8 when he made mention of the ark of God
Psa. 71. 16 I will make mention of thy righteousness
87. 4 I will make mention of Rahab and BabyIon
Isa. 12. 4 make mention that his name is exalted
19. 17 every one that maketh mention thereof
26. 13 by thee only will we make mention of thy
48. i which, make mention of the God of Isr
49. i motherhath he made mention of my name
62. 6 ye that make mention of the LORD, keep
63. 7 I will mention the lovingkindnesses of the
Jer. 4. 16 Make ye mention to the nations ; behold
Amos 6. 10 we may not make mention of the name of
3. To mention, remember, funftWfCMl mnemoneuO.
Heb. ii. 22 made mention of the departing of the ch.
MENTION of, to be made
To b> rememlieretl, mentioned, "CJ zakar, 1.
Job 28. 18 No mention shall be made of coral, or of
MENTIONED
What is heard, report, tidings, riytcy shemuah.
Eze. 16. 56 thy sister Sodom was not mentioned by
MENTIONED, to be
I.To (jo or come in, W3 bo.
1 Ch. 4. 38 these mentioned by . .names, .princes in
2. To be remembered, mentioned, i?J zakar, 2.
Eze. 18. 22 they shall not be mentioned unto him
is. 24 that he hath done shall not be mentioned
33. 16 hath committed shall be mentioned unto
3. To be caused to come up, nSy alah, 6.
2 Ch.2o. 34 who (is) mentioned in the book of the ki.
4. To call, read. m.jj qara.
Joshn. 9 cities which are (here) mentioned by name
ME-O-NE -NIM,
A place in Ephraim, near Shechem.
Judg. Q. 57 company come along liy the plain of M.
ME-O-NO -THAI, ruij,
1
!? Jail s dwellings.
Father of Ophrah, and descendant of Judah through
t aid) sou of Hur. B C. 1450.
i Ch. 4. 14 M. begat Ophrah : and Seraiuhbegat Joab
ME-PHA-ATH, ny?o, fij^s height.
A Levitical city in Reuben, near Kedemoth or Kirjathalm.
In Jer. 48. 21, V.L. nyeiD.
Josh.i3. 18 And Jahaza. and Kedemoth. and M.
21. 37 Kedemoth with her sulmrbs, M with her
1 Ch. 6. 79 Kedemoth also with her suburbs, and M.
Jer. 48. 21 judgment is come upon .Jahazah,and..M.
ME-PHI-BO -SHETH, rco ;p utterance of Baal.
1. Son of Jonathan, sou of Saul. B.C. 1068.
2 Sa. 4. 4 was five yearsold. .Andhisname(was)M.
9. 6 Now when M., the son of Jonathan, the
9. 6 David said, M. And he answered, Behold
9. 10 but M. thy master s son shall eat bread
9. ii As for M (said the king,) he shall eat at
9. 12 And M.hadayoungson, whose name (was)
9. 12 the house of Ziba (were)servantsuntoM.
9. 13 So M. dwelt in Jerusalem ; for he did eat
16. i Ziba the servant of M. met him, with a
16. 4thine(are)allthat(pertained)unto.M. And
19. 24 AndM. the sonofSaulcamedowntomeet
19. 25 Wherefore wentest not thou with me, M.?
19. 30 And M. said unto the king, Yea, let him
21. 7 the king spared M., the son of Jonathan
2. A son of Rizpah, Saul s concubine, whom David gave
up to the Gibeonites.
2 Sa. 21. 8 the king took. Armoni and M.; and the
ME -RAB, 2"33 increase.
Elder daughter of king Saul, promised to David, but
given to Adriel the Melolathite B C. 1060.
i Sa. 14. 49 the name of the first born M.. and the name
1 8. 17 Behold my elder daughter M., her will I
18. 19 when M>., Saul s daughter, should have
ME-RA -IAH, n;"p revelation of Jah.
A priest in Jerusalem in the days of Joiakim. grandson
of Jozadak. B.C. 600.
Neh. 12. 12 of Seraiah. M.: of Jeremiah, Hauaniah
ME-RA -IOTH, m -ilp revelations.
1. An Aaronite, and ancestor of Azariah the priest in
the days of Solomon B.C. i too
i Ch. 6. 6 Uzzi begat Zerahiah, and Zerahiah. .M.
6. 7 M. begat Amariah, and Amariah begat A.
6. 52 Jl. his son, Amariah his son, Ahitub his
Ezra 7. 3 Amariah, the son of Azariah, the son of M.
2 Another priest of the same line. B.C. 800.
i Ch. 9. ii Zadok, the son of M., the son of Ahitub
Neh. ii. ii Zadok, the sou of M., the son of Ahitub
3. A priest at the close of the exile. B C. 536.
Neh. T2. 15 Of Harim, Adnah ; of M. Helkai
ME-RA -RI, TJ? bitter, excited.
The third and youngest sou of Levi, ancestor of the
Merarites. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. IT sons of Levi; Gershon, Kohath, and M.
Exod. 6. 16 sons of Levi . .Gershon. .Kohath. and M.
6. 19 the sons of M. . Mahli and Mushi : these
Num. 3. 17 sons of Levi .Gershon, and Kohath. .M.
3. 20 sons of M. by their families; Mahli; andM
3. 33 of M. (was)the family of the Mahlites. and
3. 13 the Mushites: these (are) the family of M
3. 35 the chief . .of the families of M (was) Zu
3. 36 (under) the., charge of the sons of M. shall
4. 29 As for the sonsof M , thou shall number
4. 33 the families of the sons of M.. according
4. 42 the families of the sons of M , throughout
4. 45 the families of the sons of M., whom Mo.
7. 8 he gave uu to the sons of M., according unto
10. 17 the sons of M. set forward, bearingthe t.
26. 57 they that were numbered of .M , the fa.
Josh.2i. 7 The children of M. by their families (had)
21. 34 the families of the children of M . the rest
21. 40 the children of M., by their families, wh
1 Ch. 6. i sons of Levi ; Gershon, Kohath, and M.
6. 16 The sons of Levi; Gershon, Kohath, andM.
6. 19 The sons of M. ; Mahli, and Mushi And
6. 29 sons of M. ; Mahli, Libni his son, Shimei
6. 44 the sonsof M.,(stood)onthe left hand: E
6. 47 of Mushi, the son of M., the son of Levi
6. 63 Unto the sons of M. (were given) by lot
6. 77 L ntothe rest of the children of M. (were
9. 14 the son of Hashabiah, of the sons of M.
15. 6 Of the sons of M.; Asaiah the chief, and
15. 17 of the sons of M. their brethren, Ethan
23. 6 the sonsof Levi.. Gershon, Koliath, andM.
23. 21 The sons of M.; Mahli and Mushi. The
24. 26 The sons of M. (were) M. and Mushi: the
24. 27 The sons of M. by Jaaziah ; Beno, and Sh.
26. 10 Hosah, of the children of M., had sons
26. 19 among the sons of Kore, and . . sons of M.
2 Ch.29. 12 of the sons of M.; Kish the son of Abdi
34. 12 Levites, of the sons of M.; snd Zechariah
Ezra 8. 19 Jeshaiah of the sons of M., his brethren
ME-RA-RTTES, "H2n the Merari.
The descendants of Merari.
Numz6. 57 Levites. .of Merari, the family of the M.
ME-RA-THA -IM, c% rn? double bitterness.
A symbolic name for Babylon. B.C. 628586.
Jer. 50. 21 Ctoupagainstthelandof M.,(even)aguiiist
MERCHANDISE
I. Merchandise, barter, traffic, i^y.o maarab.
Eze. 27. 9 all . . were in thee to occupy thy merchan.
27. 27 thy merchandise, thy mariners, and thy p.
27. 27 and the uccupiersoJ thy merchandise, and
27. 33 multitude df thy riches, and of thy mere.
27. 34 tliy merchandise, and all tliy company iu
^-Merchandise, traffic. nVs-i? markoleth.
Eze. 27. 24 made of cedar, among thy merchandise
3. Gain of merchandise, in 9 sachar.
Prov. 3. 14 better than the merchandise of silver.and
Isa. 45. 14 merchandise of Ethiopia, and of the Sa.
4. (7am of merchandise, inc sachar.
Prov. 3 14 the merchandise of it (is) better than the
31. 18 She perceiveth that her merchandise (is)g.
Isa. 23. 18 her merchandise and her hire shall be h.
23. 18 for her merchandise shall be for them that
5. Merchandise, trade or gain, rnnD sechorah.
Eze. 27. 15 many isles(were;the merchandise of thine
6. Merchandise, traffic, trade, u-are, n fsi rekul ah.
Eze. 26. 12 and make a prey of thy merchandise
28. 16 By the multitude oithy merchandise they
7. Merchandise, the lading of a ship, y6f*of ijomos.
Rev. 18. ii no man uuyetti their merchandise any m.
18. 12 The merchandise of gold, and silver, ana
8. Trade, merchandise, traffic, f^iropia eniporia.
Matt 22. 5 one to his farm, and another to his rner.
9. A place of trade or traffic, t^iropiov emporton.
John 2. 16 not my Father s house an house of mere.
MERCHANDISE, to make
1. To show self a tyrant, tjJi amar, 7.
Deut 21. 14 thou shall not make nii-n -handise of her
24. 7 maketn merchandise ot him, or selleth
2. To traffic, make a trade of, f/j.irop(i/o^a^ empore.
2 Pe. 2. 3 shall they with feigned word iiiaKe mere.
MERCHANT (man)
I.Catiaanite, merchant, jy;? kenaan.
Isa. 23. ii given a commandment against the mere.
Hos. 12. 7 (He is) a merchant, the balances of deceit
Zeph. i. ii for all the merchant people are cut down
I.Canaanite, merchant, )J.i3 kenaani.
Job 41. 6 shall they parthim among the merchants
ProV3i. 24 and delivereth girdles unto the merchant
3.7*0 go about, trade, i~9 sachar.
Gen. 23. 16 shekels of silver, current, .with the mer.
37. 28 there passed by Midianites, merchant m.
1 Ki. 10. 28 the king s merchants received the linen
2 Ch. i. 16 the king s merchants received the linen
9. 14 (that which) chapmen and merchants or.
Prov 31. 14 She is like the merchants ship ; she bnn.
Isa. 23. 2 thou whom the merchants of Zidon, tii.it
23. 8 whose merchants (are) princes, whose tr.
47. 15 thy merchants, from thy youth ; they sh.
Eze. 27. 12 Tarshish(was) thy merchant by RM.-M . f
27. 16 Syria (was) thy merchant by reason of the
27. 18 Damascus (was) thy merchant in the mu.
27. 21 goats : in these (were they) thy merchants
27. 36 The merchants among the people shall n.
38. 13 Sheba, and Dedan, and the merchants of
4. To go to and fro, be a merchant, Srj rakal.
Neh. 3. 31 unto the place, .of the merchants, over
3. 32 repaired the goldsmiths and the merchants
13. 20 So the merchants, and sellers of all kind
Song 3. o perfumed., with all powders of the mer.
Eze. 17. 4 He cropped off. .he set it in a city of me.
27. 3 a merchant of the people for many isles
27. 13 Tubal, and Meshech, they (were) thy me.
27. 15 The men of Dedan (were) thy nierchiints
27. 17 the land of Israel, they (were) thy mere.
27. 20 Dedan (was) thy merchant in precious c.
27. 22 The merchants of Sheba ami Raamah
27. 22 they (were) thy merchants: they occupied
27. 23 the merchants of Sheba. .(were) thy mer.
27. 24 These (were) thy merchants in all sorts (of
Nah. 3. 16 Thou hast multiplied thy merchants above
5. To go about, trade, search, "Hn tur.
i Ki.io. 15 Besides, .of the merchant men, and of the
6.^4 traveller, trader, iftiropos emporos.
Mattn. 45 like unto a merchant man set-king goodly
Rev 1 8 3 the merchants of the earth are waxed rich
18 ii the merchants of the earth shall weepand
18. 15 The merchants of these things, which were
18. 23 thy merchants were the great men of the
MERCHANT, spice
To go to and fro, be a merchant, Vr; rakal.
1 Ki. 10. 15 of the traffic of the spice merchants and
MERCIES, (peat or tender)
l.Bmoels, mercies, pern rachamin.
Dan. 2. 1 8 That they would desire mercies of the God
2. Bowels, mercies, C Crn rachamim.
2 Sa. 24. 14 his mercies (are)great: and let me not fall
i rh. 21. 13 very great (are) his mercies: butletmenot
Neh. 9. 19 Yet thou in thy manifold mercies forsook
9. 27 according to thy manifold mercies thou g.
9. 28 didst .deliver them according to thy m.
9. 31 for thy great mercies sake thou didst not
MERCIFUL G55 MERCY
Psa. 25. 6 Remember, O LOKD, thy tender mercies
40. ii Withhold not thou thy tender mercies fr
51. i ace. unto the multitude of thy tender mere,
69. 16 ace. to the multitude of thy tender mercies
77. 9 hath he in anger shut up his tender mer.
79. 8 let thy tender mercies speedily prevent us
103. 4 with loving kindness and tender mercies
119. 77 Let thyteudermerciescomeuntome.that
119. 156 Great (are) thy tender mercies, O LORD
145. 9 his tender mercies (are) over all his works
Prov. 1 2. 10 the tender mercies of the wicked (are)cruel
Isa. 54. 7 but with groat mercies will I gather thee
63. 7 according to his mercies, and according
63. 15 the sounding, .of thy mercies toward me
Jer. 16. 5 my peace . . loving kindness and mercies
42. 12 I will show mercies unto you, that he may
Dan 9. 9 To the Lord our God (belong) mercies and
9. 18 our righteousnesses, but for thy great m.
Hos. 2. 19 unto me . . in loving kindness, and in mer.
Zech. 1. 16 I am returned to Jerusalem with mercies
3. The kindnesses, judgments, ra oaia. ta hosia.
Acts 13. 34 I will give you the sure mercies of David
MERCIFUL (kindness)
I. Pity, n^?a chemlah.
Gen. 19. 16 the LORD being merciful unto him : and
2. Kindness, "ipn chesed.
1 Ki. 20. 31 the kings of the house of Israel (are) me.
Psa. 117. 2 his merciful kindness is great toward us
119. 76 Let, I pray thee, thy merciful kindness be
Prov ii. 17 The merciful man doeth good to his own
Isa. 57. i merciful men (are) taken away, none con.
S.Ktnd, Tpn chasid.
2 Sa. 22. 26 With the merciful, .wilt show thyself m.
Psa. 18. 25 With the merciful . . wilt show thyself m.
Jer. 3. 12 I(am)merciful,suiththeLoRD. .1 willnot
4. Pitiful, merciful, Girn rachum.
Exod34. 6 The LORD God, merciful and gracious, lo.
Deut. 4. 31 For the LORD thy God (is) a merciful God
2 Ch_3o. 9 LORD your God (is) gracious and merciful
Neh. 9. 17 a God ready to pardon, gracious and me.
9. 31 for thou (art) a gracious and merciful God
Psa. 103. 8 The LORD (ia) merciful and gracious, slow
Joel 2. 13 he(is)graciousandmerciful,slowtoanger
Jon. 4. 2 thou (art) a gracious God, and merciful
5. To love, pit>/, be merciful, orn racham, 3.
Psa. 1 16. 5 and righteous ; yea our God (is) merciful
6.Kind, compassionate, \ff)/j.ut> eleemon.
Matt. 5. 7 Blessed (are) the merciful : for they shall
Heb. 2. 17 that he might be a merciful and faithful
7. Kind, propitious, VXewy hileos.
Heb. 8. 12 I will be merciful to their unrighteousness
8. Pitiful, olKTipfjuav oiktirmon.
Luke 6. 36 Be ye. .merciful, as your Father, .is mer
MERCIFUL, to be (or show self)
1. To be gracious, inclined to, jjn chanan.
Psa. 26. ii redeem me, and be merciful unto me
37. 26 (He is) ever merciful, and lendeth ; and
41. 4 be merciful unto me : heal my soul ; for I
41. 10 be merciful unto me, and raise me up, that
56. i Be merciful unto me, O God ; for man w
57. i Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful
59. 5 be not merciful to any wicked transgress.
67. i Godbemercifuluntous,andblessus;(and)
86. 3 Be merciful unto me, O Lord : for I cry
119. 58 be merciful unto me according to thy word
119. 132 be merciful unto me, as thou usest to do
2. To cover, pardon, 153 Jcaphar, 3.
Deut 21. 8 Be merciful, <) LORD, unto thy people I.
32. 43 will be merciful unto his land, .to his p.
3. To show self kind, iprt chasad, 7.
2 Sa. 22. 26 thou wiltshow thyself merciful .with the
Psa. 18. 25 thou wilt show thyself merciful ; with an
4. To be propitious, appeased, iKaaKonaihilaskomai.
Luke 18. 13 saying, God be merciful to me a sinner
MER-CU-RI -US, Ep/ufjs Hermes.
One of the false gods of Greece and Rome, their mes
senger, and patron of eloquence and trade.
Acts 14. 12 they called. .Paul, M., because he was the
MERCY
l.Kiiidness, loving kindness, npn chesed.
Gen. 19. 19 thou hast magnified thy mercy, which thou
24. 27 not left destitute my master of his mercy
32. 10 not worthy of the least of all the mercies
39. 21 showed him mercy, and gave him favour
s. 13 Thou in thy mercy hast led forth thepeo.
20. 6 showing mercy unto thousands of them
34. 7 Keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving Num 14. 18 The LORD (is), .of great mercy, forgiving
14. 19 accordingunto thegreatness of thy mercy
Deut. 5. 10 showing mercy unto thousands of them
7- 9 which keepeth covenant and mercy with
7. 12 thy God shall keep unto thee.. the mercy
Judg. i. 24 into the city, and we will show thee mercy
2 Sa. 7. 15 But my mercy shall not depart away from
15- 20 return thou. .mercy and truth (be) with
22. 5 r showeth mercy to his anointed, unto D.
i Ki. 3. 6 Thou hast showed . . great mercy, accord.
8. 23 who keepest covenant and mercy with thy
1 Ui.i6. 34 give thanks . . for his mercy (endureth)
16. 41 thanks, .because his mercy (endureth)
_. *7- 13
J,
WH1 not take my mercy away from him
2 tn. i. 8 Ihou hast showed great mercy unto David
5- 13 (he is) good ; for his mercy (endureth) for
2 Ch. 6. 14 mercy unto thy servants that walk before
6. 42 remember the mercies of David thy serv
7. 3 (he is) good ; for his mercy (endureth) for
7. 6 because his mer.(endureth)for ever, when
20.21 Praise the LORD; for his mercy (endureth
Ezra 3. ii his mercy (endureth) for ever toward Is.
7. 28 hath extended mercy unto me before the
9. 9 hath extended mercy unto us in thesighi
Neh. i. 5 that keepeth covenant and mercy for them
9. 32 God, who keepest covenant and mercy, lei
13. 22 according to the greatness of thy mercy
Job 37. 13 for correction, or for his land, or for mercy
Psa. 5. 7 thy house in the multitude of thy mercy
6. 4 Return, .oh save me for thy mercies sake
13. 5 I have trusted in thy mercy ; my heart
18. 50 showeth mercy to his anointed, to Davic
21. 7 through the mercy of the most High lie
23. 6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow
25. 7 according to thy mercy remember thou
25. 10 All the paths of the LORD (are) mercy anc
31. 7 I will be glad and rejoice in thy mercy
31. 16 thyservant: save me for thy mercies sake
32. 10 he that trusteth . .mercy shall compass
33. 18 fear him, upon them that hope in his m.
33. 22 Let thy mercy, O LORD, be upon us, ace.
36. 5 Thy mercy, O LORD, (is) in the heavens
44. 26 Arise . . and redeem us for thy mercies s.
52. 8 I trust in the mercy of God for ever and
57. 3 God shall send forth his mercy and his t.
57. 10 For thy mercy (is) great unto the heavens
59. 10 The God of my mercy shall prevent me
59. 16 I will sing aloud of thy mercy in the mo.
59. 17 God (is) my defence, .the God of my me.
61. 7 O prepare mercy and truth, (which) may
62. 12 Also unto thee, O Lord, (belongeth) me.
66. 20 God. .hath not turned.. his mercy from
69. 13 in the multitude of thy mercy hear me, in
77. 8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever? doth(his!
85. 7 Show us thy mercy, O LORD, and grant us
85. 10 Mercy and truth are met together; right.
86. 5 plenteous in mercy unto all them that c.
86. 13 great (is) thy mercy toward me; aud thou
86. 15 thou. .a God. .plenteous in mercy and
89. i I will sing of the mercies of the LORD for
89. 2 Mercy shall be built up for ever : thy fai.
89. 74 mercy and truth shall go before thy face
89. 24 my faithfulness and my mercy (shall be)
89. 28 My mercy will I keep for him for everm.
90. 14 O satisfy us early with thy mercy ; that
94. 18 My foot slippeth ; thy mercy, O LORD, h.
98. 3 He hath remembered his mercy and his
100. 5 the LORD (is) good ; his mercy (is) everla.
101. i I will sing of mercy and judgment : unto
103. 8 LORD, .slow to anger, and plenteous iiim.
103. n great is his mercy toward them that fear
103. 17 the mercy of the LORD (is) from everlast
106. i (he is) good : for his mercy (endureth) for
106. 7 remembered not the multitude of thy m.
106. 45 according to the multitude of his mercies
107. i (he is) good ; for his mercy (endureth) for
108. 4 thymercy;(is)greatabovetheheavens,and
109. 12 Let there be none to extend mercy unto
109. 16 he remembered not to show mercy, but
109. 21 because thy mercy (is) good, deliver thou
109. 26 Help, save me according to thy mercy
115. i glory, forthy mercy, .for thy truth s sake
118. i, 2, 3, 4, 29 his mercy (endureth) for ever
119. 41 Let thy mercies come also unto me, O L.
119. 64 The earth, O LORD, is full of thy mercy
119. 124 Deal with thy servant ace. unto thy me.
130. 7 for with the LORD (there is) mercy, and
136. i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 for his mercy (endureth) for
[So in v. 8, 9, 10, ii, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
22, 23, 24, 25, 26.]
138. 8 thy mercy, O LORD, (endureth) for e.ver
143. 12 of thy mercy cut off mine enemies, and
145. 8 The LORD, .slow to anger, and of great m.
147. 1 1 pleasure . . in those that hope in his mercy
Prov. 3. 3 Let not mercy and truth forsake thee
14. 22 mercy and truth (shall be) to them that
16. 6 By mercy and truth iniquityis purged; aud
20. 28 Mercy and truth preserve the king
20. 28 and his throne is upholden by mercy
21. vi He that followeth after, .mercy findeth
Isa. 16. 5 in mercy shall the throne be established
55. 3 covenant with you. .the sure mercies of
Jer. 33. 1 1 for the LORD (is) good ; for his mercy
Lam. 3. 22 (It is of) the LORD S mercies that wu are
3. 32 according to the multitude of his mercies
Dan. 9. 4 keeping the covenant and mercy to them
Hos. 4. i no truth, nor mercy, nor knowledge of God
6. 6 I desired mercy, and not sacrifice; and the
10. 12 Sow. .in righteousness, reap inmercy; br.
12. 6 keep mercy and judgment, and wait on
Jon. 2. 8 They that observe, .forsake their own m.
Mic. 6. 8 to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk
7. 18 heretainethnot. .hedelighteth(iu)mercy
7. 20 Thou wilt perform. .themercy to Abraham
Zech. 7. 9 show mercy and compassions every man
2. To love, pity, be merciful, crn racham, 3.
Hab. 3. ? make known ; in wrath remember mercy
3. Bowels, mercies, D prn. rachamim.
Gen. 43. 14 God Almighty give, .mercy before the m.
Deut 13. 17 the LORD may turn . . and show thee mercy
Neh. i. ii grant him mercy in the sight of this man
Isa. 47. 6 thou didst show them no mercy ; upon the
4. Kindness, beneficence, t\tos eleos.
Matt. 9. 13 I will have [mercy], and not sacrifice : for
12. 7 I will have [mercy], and not sacrifice, ye
23. 23 (matters) of the law, judgment, [mercy]
Luke i. 50 his mercy (is) on them that fear him from
i. 54 He hath hoipen . . in remembrance of (hia)
i. 58 the Lord had showed great mercy upon
i. 72 To perform the mercy (promised) to our
i. 78 Through the tender mercy of our God, w.
10. 37 Aud he said, He that showed mercy on him
Rom. 9. 23 on the vessels of mercy, which he had afore
11. 31 through your mercy they also may obtain
15. 9 the Gentiles might glorify God for(hig)m.
Gal. 6. 16 peace (be) on them, and mercy, and upon
Eph. 2. 4 God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love
1 Ti. i. 2 Grace, mercy, (and) peace, from God our
2 Ti. i. 2 Grace, mercy, (and) peace from God the
i. 16 The Lord give mercy unto the house of
1. 18 that he may find mercy of the Lord in that
Titus i . 4 Grace, mercy, (and) peace, from G od the F.
3. 5 according to his [mercy] he saved us, by
Heb. 4. 16 that wemay obtain [mercy], and find grace
Jas. 2. 13 have judgment, .that hath showed no m.
2. 13 and mercy rejoiceth against judgment
3. 17 full of mercy and good fruits, without p.
1 Pe. i. 3 which according to his abundant mercy
2 Jo. 3 Grace be with you, mercy, (and) peace
Jude 2 Mercy unto you, and peace, and love, be
21 looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus
5, Pity, merciful compassion, oiVripuJr oiktirmoi.
Romi2. i Ibeseech you. .bythemerciesofGod, that
2 Co . i. 3 the Father of mercies, and the God of all
Phil. 2. i if any fellowship, .if any bowels and me.
Col. 3. 12 Put on therefore. .bowels of mercies, kind.
Heb. 10. 28 died without mercy under two or three
MERCY on or upon, to find, have, obtain, receive, show
1. To be gracious, inclined to, j;rj chanan.
Deut. 7. 2 no covenant with them, nor show mercy
Psa. 4. i have mercy upon me, and hear my prayer
6. 2 Have mercy upon me, OLORD; for I (am)
9. 13 Have mercy upon me, O LORD; consider
25. 16 Turn thee unto me, and have mercy upon
27. 7 have mercy also upon me, and answer me
30. 10 Hear, O LORD, and have mercy upon me
31. 9 Have mercy upon me, O LORD, for I am
37. 21 the righteous showeth mercy, and giveth
51. i Have mercy upon me, O God, according
86. 16 O turn unto me, and have mercy uponme
123. 2 God, until that he have mercy upon us
123. 3 Have mercy upon us,OLORD,have mercy u.
Prov 14. 31 he thathonoureth him hath mercy on the
2. To be gracious, inclined to, \yn chanan, 3a.
Prov 14. 21 he that hath mercy on the poor, happy (is)
3.To be gracious, inclined to, j;rr chanan.
Dan. 4. 27 break off. .thine iniquities by showing m.
4. To love, pity, be merciful, crn racham, 3.
Exod33_ 19 will show mercy on whom I will showm.
Psa.io2. 13 Thou shalt arise, (and) have mercy upon
Isa. 9. 17 neither shall have mercy on their father.
14. i the LORD will have mercy on Jacob, and
27. ii he that made them will not have mercy on
30. 18 exalted, that he may have mercy upon
49. 10 he that hath mercy on them shall lead
49. 13 LORD, .will have mercy upon hisafllicted
54. 8 with everlasting kindness will I have m. o.
54. 10 saith the LORD that hath mercy on thee
55. 7 return., and he will have mercy upon him
60. 10 in my favour have I had mercy on thee
Jer. 6. 23 they (are) cruel, and have no mercy ; their
13. 14 I will not pity, nor spare, nor have mercy
21. 7 he shall not. .have pity, nor have mercy
30. 18 and have mercy on his dwelling places
31. 20 I will surely have mercy upon him, saith
33. 26 I will cause. .to return, and have mercy on
42. 12 I will show mercies unto you, that he
42. 12 that he may have mercy upon you, and
50. 42 they (are) cruel, and will not show mercy
Eze. 39. 25 have mercy upon the whole house of Isr.
Hos. i. 61 will no more have mercy upon the house
1. 7 I will have mercy upon the house of Judah
2. 4 I will not have mercy upon her children
2. 23 I will have mercy upon her that had not
Zech. 1. 12 how long wilt thou not have mercy on J.
10. 6 for I have mercy upon them : and theys.
5. To be loved, pitied, Jind pity, crn racham, 4.
Prov 28. 13 confesseth and forsaketh .shall have me.
Hos. 2. 23 upon her that had not obtained mercy
14. 3 for in thee the fatherless findeth mercy
6. To be kind, beneficent, 4\(t<a eleeo.
Matt. 5. 7 the merciful : for they shall obtain mercy
9. 27 saying, (Thou)son of David, have mercy on
15. 22 Have mercy on me, O Lord (thou) son
17. 15 Lord, have mercy on my son : for he is 1.
20. 30, 31 Have mercy on us, O Lord, (thou) son
Markio. 47, 48 (Thou) son of David, have mercy on me
Lukei6. 24 Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and
17. 13 and said, Jesus, Master, have mercy on us
18. 38, 39 (thou) son of David, have mercy on me
Rom. 9. 15 I will have mercy on whom I will have m.
9. 16 nor of him. .but of God that showeth me.
9. 1 8 Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will
11. 30 yet have now obtained mercy through th.
11. 31 Even so. .that, they also may obtain m.
1 1. 32 concluded..that he might have mercy upon
12. 8 he thatshoweth mercy, with cheerfulness
1 Co. 7. 25 as one that hath obtained mercy of the
2 Co. 4. i as we have received mercy, we faint not
Phil. 2. 27 God had mercy on him ; and not on him
i Ti. 1. 13 I obtained mercy, because I did (it)igno.
i. 1 6 for this cause I obtained mercy, that in
i Pe. 2. 10 had not obt. mercy, but now have obt. m.
MERCY 656 MBSOBAITE
MERCY, of tender
Tender, pitiful, oiKripntav mktirmdn.
Jas. v,. ii the Lord is very pitiful, and of tender m.
MERCY, without
Without kindness, ap/Acur anileos.
Jaa. 2. 1 3 he shall have judgment [without mercy]
MERCY SEAT
l.A lid, place of covering (sin), ros? kapporeth.
Exod25. 17 thou shalt make a mercy seat (of) pureg.
25. 18 cherubim. .in the two ends of the mercy s.
1$. 19 of the mercy seat shall ye make the che.
25. 20 covering the mercy seat.. toward the m. s.
25. 21 thou shalt put the mercy seat above upon
25. 22 commune with thee from above the m. s.
26. 34 thou shalt put the mercy seat upon the
30. 6 before the mercy seat that (is) over the
31. 7 the mercy seat that (is) thereupon, and
35. 12 (with) the mercy seat, and the veil of the
37. 6 And he made the mercy seat (of) pure g.
37. 7 cherubim.. on the two ends of the mercy s.
37. 8 out of the mercy seat made he the cher.
37. 9 over the mercy seat . . to the mercy seat
39. 35 and the staves thereof, and the mercy seat
40. 20 and put the mercy seat above upon the
Lev. 16. 2 within the veil before the mercy seat, wh.
16. 2 I will appear in the cloud upon the m. s.
16. 13 cloud of the incense may cover the m. s.
16. 14 upon the mercy seat, .before the mercy s.
16. 15 upon the mercy seat, and before the in s.
Num. 7. 89 from otf the mercy seat that (was) upon
i Ch.28. ii the pattern . .of the place of the mercy s.
2. Place ofpropitiation, or appeasement, i\a.<rrripiov.
Heb. 9. 5 cherubim of glory shadowing the mercy s,
ME -RED, Typ, TV: bold, rebellious.
A son of Ezra, a descendant of Judah, through Caleb
son of Jephunneh. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 17 the sons of Ezra (were) Jether, and M , and
4. 18 these (are) the sons of Bithiah .. which M.
ME-RE -MOTH, ni-ro strong, Jirm.
1 The son of I riah the priest who weighed the gold
and silver vessels he had brought. B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 33 M. the sou of Uriah the priest ; and with
Neh. 3. 4 next unto them repaired M the son of I .
3. 21 After him repaired M. the son of Urijah the
2. One of the family of Bani that had taken a strange
wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra io. 36 Vaniah, M., Eliashib
3. A priest who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant.
B.C. 457.
Neh. io. 5 Harim. M Ohadiah
12. 3 Shechaniah, Rehum, M.
ME -RES, D-yj worthy.
One of the seven princes of Persia and Media that saw
the king s face at pleasure. B c 520
Esth. 1. 14 M., Marsena, (and) Memucan, the seven
ME-RI -BAH, "i^T?, (o?fi "3"!?) strife, contention.
A place in Kephidim between Siii and Sinai, at Kadeslibarnea,
where Moses struck the rock and water flowed
out. B c. 1491.
Exod.i? 7 he called the name of the place. .M ,be
Num2o. 13 This (is) the water of M ; because the c.
20. 24 because ye rebelled . at the water of M
27. 14 that (is) the water of M in Kadesh in the
Deut32. 51 the waters of M.-Kadesh,in the wilderness
3-5. 8 thou didst strive at the waters of M.
Psa. 81. 7 I proved thee at the waters of M. Selah.
TmUTIK?-TKJ1THU THlAA AT S*TI "V"V3 ^t?!3 "^ Tr* *^U3 *^C -Al<, SHY -if ** **
Son of Jonathan son of Saul, and father of Micah.
B.C. 1020.
i Ch. 8. 34 the son of Jonathan (was) M. ; and M. be.
9. 40 the son of Jonathan (was) M. : and M. be.
ME-RO -DACH, ~T3 bold.
A Babylonian Idol, the god of war Compare Evil-
M",->Uich and also Merodach-baladan
Jer. 50. 2 Bel is confounded, M. is broken in pieces
ME-RO-DACH BA-LA -DAN. ]^Z IpKlS.
The king of Babylon in the days of Hezekiah. B.C.
712. See Berodach-baladan.
Isa. 39. i At that time M., the son of Baladan, king
ME -ROM. cii: high place.
The district in which lies a small lake N. of Cinneroth,
nearer the springs of Jordan
Josh. ii. 5 pitched together at the waters of M.. to
ii. ?J. came., against them by the waters of M.
ME-RO-NO-THTTE, runn.
An inhabitant of a district in Zebulun. Compare
Shimron-meron.
i Ch.27. 30 and over the asses (was) Jehdeiah the M.
Neh. 3. 7 next unto them repaired . . Jadon the 51.
ME -ROZ, ivus.
A place N. of Mount Tabor, near the lake of Merom.
Judg. 5. 23 Curse ye M., said the angel of the LORD
MERRILY, MERRY
l.Pritised things, O ViVn hillulim.
Judg. 9. 27 made merry, and went into the house of
2.Oood, niB fob.
Judg 16. 25 when their hearts were merry, that they
z Sa. 25. 36 and Nabal s heart (was) merry within him
a Sa. 13. 28 when Amnon s heart is merry with wine
2 Ch. 7. io glad and merry in heart for the goodness
Esth. i. io when the heart of the king was merry with
Prov.ij. 15 he that is of a merry heart (hath) a contin.
Eccl. 9. 7 drink thy wine with a merry heart; for G.
^.Rejoicing, ~cy sameach.
Ksth. 5. 14 then go thou iu merrily with the king unto
Prov 15. 13 A merry heart maketh a cheerful counte.
17. 22 A merry heart doeth good (like) a medicine-
MERRY, to be
1. To be ur become good, glad, 29; yatab.
Judg 19. 6 Be content, .and let thine heart be merry
19. 9 lodge here, that thine heart may be merry
Ruth 3. 7 And when, .his heart was merry, he went
i Ki.2i. 7 eat bread, and let thine heart be merry
2. To rejoice, nay sameach.
Eccl. 8. 15 than to eat, and to drink, and to be merry
3. To be cheerful, merry, iyy shakar.
Gen. 43. 34 And they drank, and were merry with him
4. To be of good courage, tvflvu.tw euthumeo.
Jas. 5. 13 let him pray. Is any merry? let him sing
5. To have an easy mind, be merry, (vtppa.ivofj.ai.
Lukei2. 19 take thine ease, eat, drink, (and) be merry
15. 23 and kill (it); and let us eat, and be merry
15. 24 is found. And they began to be merry
MERRY, to make
1 . To do good, make glad, 3a; yatab, 5.
Judgig. 22 as they were making their hearts merry
2.To gladden, life, C T; my sameach (3) chayim.
Eccl. io. 19 wine maketh merry : but money answereth
3. To have an easy mind, be merry, et^patVo^oi .
Lukeis. 29 that I might make merry with my friends
15. 32 It was meet that we should make merry
Rev. ii. io shall rejoice over them, and make merry
MERRY, (making)
Becoming glad, rejoicing, nsy sameach.
1 Ki. 4. 20 eating and drinking, and making merry
MERRY, that make
To laugh, deride, play, rejoice, pnip sachaq, 3.
Jer. 30. 19 and the voice of them that make merry
31. 4 in the dances of them that make merry
MERRY HEARTED -^
Rejoicing of heart, lh mjty [sameach].
Isa. 24. 7 the vine langiiisheth, all the merry hear.
ME -SHA, yy o, yy O freedom.
1 A king of Moab in the days of Ahab, Ahaziah, and
Jehoram, kings of Israel, who rebelled against Ahaziah.
B.C. 896.
2 Ki. 3. 4 And M. king of Moab was a sheep master
2. Eldest son of Caleb, brother of Jerahmeel, and grand
son of Pharez. B.C. 1540.
i Ch. 2. 42 the sons of Caleb..(were) M. his first born
ME -SHA, ys, y C.
1, A place in Yemen, or S E. Arabia.
Gen. io. 30 their dwelling was from M., as thou goest
2 A Benjamite. B.C. 1350.
i Ch. 8. 9 Andhebegat..Zibia,andM.,andMalcham
ME -SHACH, W D.
The name given to Michael, one of Daniel s companions,
by the chief of Nebuchadnezzar s eunuchs. B.C. 600.
Dan. i. 7 he gave, .(the name)., of M.; andtoAzariah
2. 49 he set Shadrach, M., andAbed-nego, over
3. 12 Shadrach, M., andAbed-nego; these men
3 13 commanded to bring Shadrach, M., and
3. 74 (Is it) true, OShadrach.M., and Abed-nego
3. 16 Shadrach, M., and Abed-nego, answered
3. 19 visage was changed against Shadrach, M.
3. 20 he commanded, .to bind Shadrach, M.,and
3 . 22 those men that took up Shadrach, M.,and
3. 23 Shadrach, M., and Abed-nego, fell down
3. 26 said, Shadrach, M., and Abed-nego, ye se.
3 26 Shadrach, M., and Abed-nego, came forth
3 28 Blessed (be) theGodof Shadrach, M., and
3. 29 the God of Shadrach, M., and Abed-nego
3. 30 the king promoted Shadrach, M., and A.
ME -SHECH, ME -SECH, ^S.
1. A son of Japheth. 80.2320.
Gen io. 2 The sons of Japheth ; Gomer.. and M., and
i Ch. i. 5 Thesonsof Japheth; Gomer. .andM., and
2. A son of Shem. B.C. 2320.
i Ch. 1.17 sons of Shem ; Elam . . and Gether, and M.
3. A tribe joined with Kedar.
Psa. 120. 5 Woe is me, that I sojourn in M., (that)
4. The descendants of the son of Japheth, theMoschi or
ifonochi.
ze. 27 13 Javan, Tubal, and M., they (were) thy m.
32. 26 There(is)M., Tubal, and all hermultitude
38. 2 set thy face against. .M. and Tubal, and
38. 3 Gog, the chief prince of M. and 39. i
ME-SHE-LEM LAH,n^VD.. A Kohathite whose son Zechariah was a gatekeeper of
tin- tain-made. B.C. 470.
i Ch. q. 21 Zechariah the son of M. (was) porter of
26. i Of the Korhites (was) M. the son of Kore
76. 2 And the sons of M. (were) Zechariah the
26. 9 And M. had sons and brethren, strong men
ME-SHE ZAB EEL, ^K21V9 God is deliverer.
1 i ine whose descendant, Meshullam, helped to repair
tin wall. B.C. 506.
Nch. 3. 4 the son of Berechiah, the son of M. And
2. A person or family that, with Nehemiah, sealed the
covenant. B.C. 445.
Neh. io. 21 M., Zadok, Jaddua
n. 24 Pethahiah the son of M., of the children
ME-SHIL-LE -MITH, n ^^T? recompense.
A priest whose descendants dwelt in Jerusalem. B.C.
500.
1 Ch. 9. 12 Meshullam, the son of M., the sou of Im.
ME-SHIL-LE -MOTH, rncVys recompentet.
1. An Ephraimite whose son Berechiah opposed making
slaves of the Jewish captives. B.C. 770.
2 Ch.28. 12 Berechiah the son of M., and Jehizkiah
2. A priest of the family of Immer, whose descendant
Amashai dwelt in Jerusalem. B.C. 500.
Neh. ii. 13 the son of Ahasai, the son of M., the son of
ME-SHO -BAB, 2jie?3 returned, delivered.
A Simeonite. B.C. 800.
1 Ch. 4. 34 And M., and Jamlech, and Joshahtheson
ME-SHTTL -LAM, C^O associate, friend.
1. Grandfather of Shaphan, a scribe in the days ol
king Josiah. B.C. 700.
2 Ki. 22. 3 the son of Azaliah, the sou of M., the scr.
2. A descendant of Jeconiah, son of Jehoiakim king of
Judah. B.C. 520.
i Ch. 3. 19 the sons of Zerubbabel; M.,andliananiah
3. The head of a Gadite family. B.C. 1070.
i Ch. 5. 13 And their brethren. .(were) Michael, andM.
4. A Benjamite of the family of Elpaal. B.C. 1300.
i Ch. 8. 17 And Zebadiah, and M., and Hezeki, and
5. A Beujamite of the family of Hasenuah, whose son
dwelt in Jerusalem. B.C. 470.
i Ch. 9. 7 Sallu the son of M., the son of Hodaviah
6. A Benjamite of the family of Shephatiah who dwelt
in Jerusalem. B.C. 510.
i Ch. Q. 8 and M. the son of Shephathiah, the son
7. An Aaronite of the family of Zadok, whose descend
ants dwelt in Jerusalem. B.C. 500.
i Ch. 9. ii Hilkiah, the son of M., the son of Zadok
Neh. ii. ii Hilkiah, the son of M., the son of Zadok
8. A priest, ancestor of a family that dwelt in Jerusalem.
B.C. 470.
1 Ch. 9. 12 Jahzerah, the son of M., the son of Mesh.
9. A Kohathite appointed to oversee the repairs of the
temple by Josiah. B.C. 640.
2 Ch.34. 12 Zechariah and M., of the sons of the Koh.
10. A chief man who returned with Ezra. B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 16 Then sent I for Eliezer. .and for M., chief
11. One who assisted in taking account of those who had
taken strange wives. B.C. 457.
Ezra io. 15 M. and Shabbethaithe Levite helped them
12. A son of Bani who had taken a strange wife. B.C.
456.
Ezra io. 29 of the sons of Bani; M., Malluch, and
13. A person who rebuilt two portions of the wall. B.C.
Neh 7. 4 next unto them repaired M. the son of
7 30 After him repaired M. the son of Berech.
6. 18 Johanan had taken the daughter of M.
14. Another who repaired a portion. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 6 and M. the son of Besodeiah ; they laid
15. A prince, priest, or Levite who stood beside Ezra.
B.C. 457.
Neh. 8. 4 on his left hand.. Zechariah, (and) M.
16. A priest who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.
B.C. 445.
Neh. io. 7 M\, Abijah, Mijamin.
17. A chief man who sealed the covenant with Nehe
miah. B.C. 4451
Neh. 10. 20 Magpiash, M., Hezir.
18. A Benjamite whose descendants dwelt In Jerusalem.
B.C 470.
Neh. ii. 7 Sallu the son of M., the son of Joe
19 A priest of the family of Ezra who assisted in the
dedication of the wall. B.C. 470.
Neh 12 13 Of Ezra, M. ; of Amariah, Jehohanan
12. 33 And Azariah, Ezra, and M.
20. One of the family of Ginnethon in the days of
Joiakim the priest. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 16 Of Iddo, Zechariah ; of Ginnethon, M.
21. A Levite and gate keeper for the sanctuary after the
exile. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 25 M., Talmon, Akkub, (were) porters, keep
ME-SHTTL-LE -METH, n-?;Tp.
Wife of Manasseh.and mother of Amon, kings of Judah,
ami dauu liti-r of llaruz of Jotbah. B.C. 670.
2 Ki. 21. io And his mother s name (was) M., the da.
ME-SO-BA-ITE, n^iBJ.
The patronymic of Jaziel, one of David s valiant men;
place unknown. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n. 47 Eliel, and Obed, and Jasiel the M.
MESOPOTAMIA 657 MICHAEL
ME-SO PO-TAM -IA, D lLU a"3 Mfrroirora/iia.
The country between the Tigris and Euphrates, on the
N.W. of Babylonia and S.W. of Assyria. See Aramtfaharaim.
It passed successively under the Babylo
nians, the Medes, and the Persians ; after the battle of
Issus, B.C. 333, it came under the Macedonians ; in A.D.
165 under the Romans ; in 363 under the Persians ; in
902 under the Carmathians; aud in 1514 under the
Turks, who still possess it.
Oeu 24 10 he arose, and went to M., unto the city of
Deut 23. 4 Balaam the son of Beor of Pethor of M.
Judg. 3. 8 thehandof Chushanrishathaim kingof M.
3. 10 the LORD delivered, .king of M. into his
1 Ch.io. 6 chariots and horsemen out of M., and out
Acts 2. 9 dwellers in M., and in Judea, and Cappa.
7. 2 Abraham, when he was in M., before he
MESS
Lifting, burden, gift, rmfc S maseth.
Uen. 43. 34 he took (and sent)messes unto them from
43. 34 Benjamin s mess was five times so much
2 Sa. n. 8 and there followed him a mess
MESSAGE
1. Word, thing, matter, Tyj dabar.
Judg. 3. 20 I have a message from God unto thee
i Ki. 20. 12 when (Ben-hadad) heard this message, as
Prov 26. 6 He that sendeth a message by the hand of
2. Message, ni2is^9 malakuth.
Hag. 1. 13 spake, .in the LORD S message unto the p.
3. Message, ayy\ia aflgelia.
i Jo. 3. 1 1 this is the message that ye heard from the
4. Message, promise, 4irayye\ia epaflgelia.
i Jo. i. 5 This then is [the message] which we have
5. Embassy, irpfcr&iia. prcsbeia.
Luke 19. 14 sent a message after him, saying, We w.
MESSENGER
I. To tell (good) news, Tc1? basar, 3.
i Sa. 4. 17 the messenger answered and said, Israel is
2,JHessenyer, Tiijfoj malak,
Gen. 32. 3 Jacob sent messengers before him to Esau
32. 6 the messengers returned to Jacob, saying
Num2o. 14 And Moses sent messengers from Kadesh
21. 21 And Israel sent messengers unto Sihon
22. 5 He sent messengers therefore unto Balaam
24. 12 Spake I not also to thy messengers which
Dent. 2. 2* Aad I sent messengers out of the wilderne
Josh. 6. 17 because she hid the messengers that we
6. 25 because she hid the messengers which
7. 22 So Joshua sent messengers, and they ran
Judg. 6. 35 And he sent messengers throughout all
6. 35 and he sent messengers unto Asher, and
7. 24 And Gideon sent messengers throughout
9. 31 And he sent messengers unto Abimelech
ii. 12 And Jephthah sent messengers unto the
ii. 13 answered unto the messengers of Jepht.
ii. 1 4 And Jephthah sent messengers again unto
ii. 17 Then Israel sent messengers unto the king
ii. 19 And Israel sent messengers unto Sihon
i Sa, 6. 2 1 And they sent messengers to the inhabita.
3 that we may send messengers unto all the
4 Then came the messengers to Gibeah of
7 by the hands of messengers, saying,Whoso
9 And they said unto the messengers that
9 And the messengers came and showed (it)
16. 19 Wherefore Saul sent messengers unto
19. 1 1 Saul also sent messengers unto David s
19. 14 And when Saul sent messengers to take
19. 15 And Saul sent the messengers (again) to
19. 16 And when the messengers were come in
19. 20 And Saul sent messengers to take David
19. 20 the spirit of God was upon the messengers
19. 21 he sent other messengers, and they prop.
19. 21 Saul sent messengers again the third time
23. 27 there came a messenger unto Saul, saying
25. 14 David sent messengersout of the wilder.
25. 42 she went after the messengers of David
a Sa. 2. 5 DavidsentmessengersuntothemenofJa.
3. 12 Abner sent messengers to David on his
3. 14 David sent messengers to Ishbosheth, S.
3. 26 he sent messengers after Abner, which
j. ii Hiram,king of Tyre sent messengers toD.
ii. 4 And David sent messengers, and took her
ii. 19 charged the messenger, saying,When thou
ii. 22 So the messenger went, and came and sh.
M. 23 the messengersaid unto David, Surely the
11. 25 Then David said unto the messenger, Thus
12. 27 Joab sent messengers to David, and said
i Ki.ig. 2 Then Jezebel sent a messenger unto Elijah
20. 2 he sent messengers to Ahabking of Israel
20. 5 themessengerscameagain, andsaid, Thus
20. 9 Wherefore he said unto the messengers of
20. 9 the messengers departed, and brought him
22. 13 the messenger that was gone to call M.
c Ki. i. 2 he sent messengers, and said unto them
i. 3 Arise, go up to meet the messengers of the
i . 5 when the messengers turned back unto him
i. 16 Forasmuch as thou hast sent messengers
5. 10 Elisha sent a messenger unto him, saying
6. 32 ere the messenger came to him, he said
6. 32 when the messenger cometh, shut the door
6. 33 the messenger came down unto him : anii
7. 15 the messengers returned, and told the king
<j. 1 8 The messenger came to them, but he co
10. 8 there came a messenger, and told him
14. 8 Then Amaziah sent messengers to Jehoash
16. 7 So Ahaz sent messengers to Tiglath-Pileser
17 4 he had sent messengers to So king of Eg
83
2 Ki. 19. 9 he sent messengers again unto Hezekiuh
19. 14 received the letter of the hand of the m.
19. 23 By thy messengers thou hast reproached
1 Ch.i4. i Now Hiram king of Tyresent messengers
19. 2 David sent messengers to comfort him
19. 16 they sent messengers, and drew forth the
2 Ch.iS. 12 the messenger that went to call Micaiah
36. 15 sent to them by his messengers, rising up
36. 16 they mocked the messengers of God, and
Neh. 6. 3 I sent messengers unto them, saying, I (am)
Job i. 14 there came a messenger unto Job, and
33. 23 If there be a messenger with him, an int.
Prov 1 3. 17 A wicked messenger falleth into mischief
16. 14 The wrath of a king (is as) messengers of
17. ii a cruel messenger shall be sent against
Isa. 14. 32 What shall (one) then answer the messe.
18. 2 Go, ye swift messengers, to a nation sea.
37. 9 he sent messengers to Hezekiah, saying
37. 14 letter from the hand of the messengers
42. 19 or deaf, as my messenger (that) I sent?
44. 26 performeth the counsel of his messengers
Jer. 27. 3 by the hand of the messengers which come
Eze. 23. 16 sent messengers unto them into Chaldea
23. 40 unto whom a messenger (was) sent ; and
30. gin that day shall messengers go forth from
Nah. 2. 13 the voice of thymessengers shallnomore
Hag. i. 13 Then spake Haggai the LORD S messenger
Mai. 2. 7 he (is) the messenger of the LORD of hosts
3. i I will send my messenger, and he shall
3. i even the messenger of the covenant, whom
3. To cause to go before, tell, declare, 1J} nagad, 5.
2 Sa. 15. 13 there came a messenger to David, saying
Jer. 51. 31 one messenger to meet another, to show
^.Ambassador, Ty tsir.
Prov.25. 13 a faithful messenger to them that send
Isa. 57. 9 didst send thy messengers far off, and
5. Messenger, &yyf\os a<)gelos.
Mattn. 10 I send my messenger before thy face, wh.
Mark i. 2 I send my messenger before thy face, w.
Luke 7. 24 when the messengers of John were dep.
7. 27 I send my messenger before thy face, w.
9. 52 sent messengers before his face : and they
2 Co. 12. 7 the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest
Jas. 2. 25 when she had received the messengers
6. Apostle, one sent off, a.ir6ffTo\os apostolos.
2 Co. 8. 13 the messengers of the churches .. the
Phil. 2. 25 your messenger, and he that ministered
MESSENGER, to send a
To lay a charge, command, niy tsavah, 3.
Gen. 50. 16 they sent a messenger unto Joseph, saying
MES-SI AH, ITS ? anointed,
The prince who was to come as Leader.
Dan. 9. 25 unto the M. the Prince (shall be) seven
9. 26 after threescore and two weeks shall M.
MES-SI -AS, Meo-o-ias Mecrias Gr. form ofpreceding.
John i. 41 We have found the M., which is, being in.
4. 25 I know that M. cometh, which is called C.
METE (out), to
\.To measure, ~ni? madad.
Exodi6. 1 8 when they did mete (it) with anomer, he
2. To measure, 119 madad, 3.
Psa. 60. 6 I will divide Shechem, and mete out the
108. 7 I will divide Shechem, and mete out the
3.7"o weigh, measure, J3I-I takan, 3.
Isa. 40. 12 Who hath., meted out heaven withthe spa.
4. To measure, jurrpeoi metreo.
Matt. 7. 2 with what measure ye mete, it shall be m.
Mark 4. 24 with what measure ye mete, it shall bem.
Luke 6. 38 with the same measure that ye mete wit.
METED out
A line, rule, i|?, ip qav.
Isa. 1 8. 2, 7 a nation meted out and trodden
METE YARD
A measure, mete yard, rnp middah.
Lev. 19. 25 in judgment, in mete yard, in weight, or
ME-THEG AM -MAH, rrjxn :nc bridle of metropolis.
A place in Philistia not known.
2 Sa. 8. i David took M. out of the hand of the P.
ME-THTT-SA -EL, Vx^inc.
Son of Mehujael, a descendant of Cain, and father of
Lamech. B.C. 3800.
Gen. 4.18 Mehujael begat M. : and M. begat Lamech
ME-THU-SE -LAH, n pyirv;.
Son of Enoch, and grandfather of Noah. B.C. 3317-
2348.
Gen. 5. 21 Enoch lived sixty, .years, and begat M.
5. 22 Enoch walked with God after he begat M.
5.25 M. lived an hundred and eighty and seven
<;. 26 M. lived after he begat Lamech seven hu.
5. 27 all the days of M. were nine nun,; iCh.i-3.
METTNIM. See MEHTTNIM.
ME ZA -HAB, 2rn S offspring of the shining one.
Grandfather of Mehetabel, wife of Hadar the eighth
king of Edom. B.C. 1500.
Gen. 36. 39 thedaughterof Matred.thedaughterof M.
i Ch. i. 50 thedaughterof Matred, thedaughterof M.
MI-A -MIN, jp;p fortunate.
I. One of the family of Parosh who had taken a strange
wife. B.C. 450.
Ezra 10. 25 of the S ms of Parosh ; Ramiah . . and M.
2. A priest who returned with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
See Slijamin.
Neh. 12. 5 M., Muadiali, Bilgah
MIB -HAR, irnp choice, youth.
A son of Haggeri, and one of David s valiant men. B.C.
1048.
i Ch. 1 1. 38 Joel tlie brother of Nathan, M. the son of
MIB -SAM, Dy?p sweet odour.
1. A sou of Ishmael sou of Hagar. B.C. 1840.
Gen. 25. 13 the sons of Ishmael. .Adbeel, and M.
i Ch. i.i) Nebaioth ; then Kedar, and Adbeel, and M.
2. A son of Simeon. B.C. 1200.
i Ch. 4. 25 Shallum his son, M. his son, Mishma his.
MIB -ZAR, ipp fortified.
A chief of Edom, descendant from Esau. B.C. 1470.
Gen. 36. 42 Duke Kenaz, duke Teman, duke M.
i Ch. i. 53 Duke Kenaz, duke Teman, duke M.
XI -CAH, (MI-CHAH), .1J1?.
1. An Ephraimite who hired a Levite to be priest to
his image. B.C. 1406.
Judg 17. i there was a man . .whose name (was) M.
17. 4 made, .agraven image. . in the house of M.
17. 5 the man M. had an house of gods, and
17. 8 he came .. to the house of M.,as hejourn.
17. 9 M. said unto him, Whence comest thou f
17. 10 M. said unto him, Dwell with me, and
17. 12 And M. consecrated the Levite ; and the
17. 12 and theyoungman. .wasin the house ofM.
17. 13 Then said M., Now know I that the LORD
1 8. 2 when they came to . . the house of M . , they
18. 3 When they (were) by the house of M.,they
18. 4 Thus and thus dealeth M. with me, and
18. 13 And they passed, .unto the house of M.
18. 15 andcame to the house of.. M., and saluted
18. 18 these went into M. s house, and fetched
18. 22 a good way from the house of M., the men
18. 22 the men. .in the houses near to M. s house
18. 23 they turned their faces, and said unto M.
1 8. 26 when M. saw that they (were) too strong
1 8. 27 they took (the things) which M. had made
18. 31 they set them up M. s graven imag, which
2. Head of a family of Reuben. B.C. 1470.
i Ch. 5. 5 M. his son, Reaia his son, Baal his son
3. The son of Merib-baal the grandson of Saul. B.C.
1020.
i Ch. 8. 34 And the son of Jonathan, .begat M.
8. 35 the sons of M. (were) Pithon.and Melech
9. 40 And the son of Jonathan . .begat M.
9. 41 the sons of M. (were) Pithon, and Melech
4. A Levite of the family of Asaph, whose descendant*
dwelt in Jerusalem. B.C. 480. The Hebrew is xrp,
Micha. See Micha, No. 3.
i Ch. 9. 15 Mattaniahthe son of M., the son of Zichri
5. A Kohathite. B.C. 1015.
i Ch. 23. 20 Of the sons of Uzziel ; M. the first, and J.
24. 24 of Uzziel ; Michah : of the sons of Michah
24. 25 The brother of Michah (was) Isshiah :
6. Father of Abdon whom Josiah sent to inquire of the
Lord when the Book of the Law was found. B.C. 642.
2 Ch. 34. 20 thekiugcommanded.. Abdon the son of M.
i 7. A prophet stirnamed the Morasthite (from Moresheth
Oath), he was nearly contemporary with Hosea and
Amos. B.C. 750-700. In Jer. 26.18, v.L. Michaiah.
Jer. 26. 1 8 M. the Morasthite prophesied in the days
Mic. i. i came to M. the Morasthite in the days of
MI-CA I AH. i.rp p who is like. Jah 1
A prophet, the son of Imlah, who foretold the fall of
Ahab at Ramoth Gilead. B.C. 897.
1 Ki. 22. 8 (There is) yet one man, M. the son of Im.
22. 9 Then the king, .said, Hasten (hither) M.
22. 13 the messenger that was gone to call M.
22. 14 And M. said, (As) the LORD liveth, what
22. 15 the king said unto him, M., shall we go
22. 24 But Zedekiah.. smote M. on the cheek, and
22 25 And M. said, Behold, thou shall see in that
22 26 Take M., and carry him back unto Amon
22 28 And M. said, If thou return at all in peace
2 Ch 18 7 (There is) yet one man. .the same (is) M.
18 8 the king, .said, Fetch quickly M. the son
18 12 the messenger that went to call M. spake
18. 13 And M. said, (As) the LORD liveth, even
1 8 14 the king said unto him, M., shall we go to
18 21, Then Zedekiah. .smote M. upon the cheek
is! 24 And M. said, Behold, thou shalt see on
182? Take ye M., and carry him back to Amon
iS. 27 And M. said, If thou certainly return ill
Mf-CHA, K?"?.
1. Son of Mephibosheth, son of Jonathan. B.C. 1020.
2 Sa. 9. 12 a young son, whose name (was) M. And
2 A Levite who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.
Nell. 10. ii M., Rehob, Hashabiah
3. A Levite. Neh. n. 17, 22. See Micah, No. 4.
MI-CHA -EL, V*? 3 Mtx^*- il h * like d *
1. An Asherite, father of Sethur whom Moses sent to
spy the land. B.C. 1520.
Numi3- 13 the tribe of Asher, Sethur the son of M.
2. A Gadite who settled in Bashan. B.C. 1070.
i Ch. 5. 13 And their brethren . .(were) M, , and Mes.
3. A Gadite. B.C. 1070.
i Ch. 5. 14 Gilead, the son of M., theon of Jeshisuai
MICHAIAH G58 MIDDLE
4. A Gershonite whose great-grandson Asaph wag a chief
singer in the temple. B.C. 1 100.
i Ch. 6. 40 M., the son of Baaseiah, the son of Male.
6. A chief man of Issachar. B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 7. 3 the sons of Izrahiah; M., and Obadiah
6. A Benjamite, in Jerusalem. B.C. 1350.
i Cb. 8. 16 And M., and Ispah, and Joha, the sons Of
7. A Mannssite, who joined David in Ziklag. B.C. 1048.
i Ch. 12. 20 of Manasseh, Adnah..andM., and Jozabad
8. The father of Omri prince of Iseachar. B.C. 1040.
1 Ch.27- 18 ofDavid : of Issachar; Omri the son of M.
9. A son of Jehoshaphat. B.C. 890.
2 Ch.2i. 2 the sons of Jehoshaphat. .M., and Shep.
10. The father of Zebadiah who returned with Ezra. B.C.
470.
Ezra 8. 8 Zebadiah the son of M. , and with him four.
11. The messenger of God who came to Daniel, and is
called by him prince of the people of Israel. B.C. 530.
Dan. 10. 13 but, lo, M., one of the chief princes, came
10. at and (there is) none, .but M. your prince
12. i at that time shall M. stand up, the great
Jude 9 Yet M. the archangel, when contending
Rev. 12. 7 M. and his angels fought against thedragou
M-CHA -IAH, .1; j*p, i.vjj p, n pp, i.Tji p who is like J. ?
1. Father of Achbor, a chief officer of king Josiah. B.C.
620.
2 Ki. 22. 12 the king commanded. .Achborthe son of M.
2. Daughter of Uriel of Gibeah, wife of Rehoboam, and
another of Abijah. B.C. 960. In i Ki. 15. 2 she is
called Maachah, daughter of Abishalom, and in 2 Ch.
ii. 20 Maachah, daughter of Absalom.
2 Ch.i3- 2 His mother s name also(was)M. the dau.
3. A prince ofJudah ordered by Jehoshaphat to teach the
people. B.C. 913.
2 Ch.i7. 7 he sent to his princes, .to M., to teach
4. A priest of the family of Asaph, one of whose descend -
auts took part in the purification of the wall. B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 35 Mattaniah, the son of M., the son of Zac.
12. 41 And the priests; Eliakim. .M., Elioenai
5. The son of Geraariah, one of the princes of Judah in
the days of Jehoiakim. B.C. 606.
Jer. 36. ii When M., the son of Gemariah, the son
36. 13 Then M. declared unto them all the words
HX -CHAL, Sp 9 who is like God t
The younger daughter of king Saul who became David s
wife, saved him in his distress, and mocked him in his
triumph. B.C. 1050.
i Sa."i4. 49 names of his two daughters. .Merab. .M.
1 8. 20 And M., Saul s daughter, loved David : and
18. 27 And Saul gave him M. his daughter to w.
1 8. 28 Saul saw . . (that) M. , Saul s daughter, loved
19. ii M , David s wife, told him, saying, If thou
19. 12 So M. let David down through a window
19. 13 And M. took an image, and laid (it) in the
19. 17 And Saul said unto M., Why hast thou
19. 17 And M. answered S., He said unto me, Let
25. 44 But Saul had given M. his daughter, Da.
a Sa. 3. 13 except thou first bring M., Saul s daughter
3. 14 Deliver fine) my wife M., which I espous.
6. 16 M., Saul s daughter, looked through a w.
6. 20 And M. the daughter of Saul came out to
6. 21 David said unto M., (It was) before the L.
6. 23 Therefore M. the daughter of Saul had no
21. 8 the five sons of M. the daughter of Saul
i Ch.is. 29 M. the daughter of Saul, looking out at a
MICH -MAS. DD59 place of Chemosh.
A place to which some belonged who returned with
Zerubbabel : the same as Michmash.
Ezra 2. 27 The men of M., an hundred twenty and
Neh. 7. 31 The men of M., an hundred and twenty
MICH MASH, 8??9, e^3p. A city in Benjamin ; Mukhnmg, seven miles N. of Jeru
salem, and E. of Beth-aven.
i Sa. 13. 2 two thousand were with Saul in M. and in
13. 5 And the Philistines, .pitched in M.,east.
13. ii the Philistines gathered, .together at M.
13. 16 but the Philistines encamped in M.
13. 23 the Philistines went., to the passage of M.
14. 5 theforefront..(was)..overagainst M.,and
14. 31 they smote the Philistines. .fromM. to A.
Neh. ii. 31 Benjamin from Geba (dwelt) at M., and
Isa. 10. 28 He is come to Aiath . . at M. he hath laid
MICH-ME -THAH, nnpjD lurking place. A city between Ephraihi and Manasseh.
Josh 1 6. 6 And the border went out. .to M. on the
17. 7 And the coast., was from Asher to M., that
MICH -RI, "13P Jah possesses.
A Benjamite, ancestor of the head of a family in Jeru
salem. B.C. 480.
i Ch. 9. 8 Uzzi, the son of M., and Meshullam the
MICH -TAM, crop.
The name of a particular kind of Psalm ; perhaps
"golden."
Psa. 16. title. M. of David
56. M. of David, when the Philistines took
57- M. of David, when he fled from Saul in
58. To the chief Musician .. M. of David
59- .. M. of David, when Saul sent, and they
60. To the chief Musician. .M. of David, to
MID DAY -
1. Double brightness, D ^ny tsohorayim.
1 Ki. 1 8. 29 when mid day was past, and they proph.
2. Mid day, cvn n^rni? machatsith hay-yom.
Neh. 8 3 from the morning until mid day, before
3.Middle of the day, r/uipas /j.(ffr]s hemeras mesen.
Acts 26. 13 At mid day O king, I saw in the way a 1.
MID -DIN, ["nt? extension.
A city in the desert, S. of Judah.
Josh 15. 61 In the wilderness, Beth-arabah, M., and
MIDDLE, MIDST
l.Jfalf, middle, midst, *n, 5tn chatsi, chetsi.
Exod27- 5 that the net may be even to the midst of
38. 4 a braseu grate, .beneath unto the midst
Josh. 10. 13 the sun stood still in the midst of heaven
2 Sa. 10. 4 and cut off their garments in the middle
i Ch.19. 4 cut off their garments in the midst hard
Psa. 102. 24 take me not away in the midst of my days
Jer. 17. ii shall leave them in the midst of his days
Dan. 9. 27 in the midst of the week he shall cause
Zech 14. 4 shall cleave in the midst thereof toward
2. Back, body, midst, i| gav.
Dan. 3. 6, ii, 15 be cast into the midst of a burning
3. 21, 23 into the midst of the burning fiery fur.
3. 24 Did not we cast .. into the midst of the fire ?
3. 25 walking in the midst of the fire, and they
3. 26 Shadrach . . came forth of the midst of
4. 10 behold a tree in the midst of the earth
7. 15 was grieved in my spirit in the midst of
3.Bosom, centre, p"n cheq.
i Ki. 22. 35 blood ran out of the wound into the midst
4. Middle, navel, high part, 1125 tabbur.
Judg. 9. 37 See there come people down by the midd.
Eze. 38. 12 people., that dwell in the midst of the land
5.Palm, js kaph.
1 Sa. 25. 29 them shall he sling out. .of the middle of
6. Heart, 3s
? leb.
Deut 4. ii burned with fire unto the midst of heaven
2 Sa. 18. 14 while (he)was yet alive in the midstof the
Psa. 46. 2 the mountains be carried into the midst of
Prov 23. 34 as he that lieth down in the midst of the
30. 19 the way of a ship in the midst of the sea
Jer. 51. i against them that dwell in the midst of
Eze. 27. 4 Thy borders are in the midst of the seas
27. 25 made very glorious in the midst of the s.
27. 26 hath broken thee in the midst of the seas
27. 27 shall fall into the midstof the seas in the
28. 2 I (am) a god, I sit. .in the midst of the s.
28. 8 (them that are) slain in the midst of the s.
7. Heart, 331
? lebab.
Jon. 2. 3 hadst cast me into., the midst of the seas
8.Inward part, 3"i(5 qereb.
Gen. 48. 16 into a multitude in the midst of the earth
Exod. 3. 20 wonders which I will do in the midst the.
8. 22 I (am) the LORD in the midst of the earth
23. 25 take sickness away from the midst of thee
33. 3 for I will not go up in the midst of thee
33. 5 I will come up into the midst of thee in
34. 12 lest it be for a snare in the midst of thee
Deut. 4. 34 (and) take him a nation from the midstof
11. 6 And what he did. .in the midst of all Isr.
13. 5 put the evil away from the midst of thee
17. 20 he, and his children, in the midst of Isr.
1 8. 15 a Prophet from the midst of thee, of thy
23. 14 LORD thy God walketh in the midst of thy
Josh. 7. 13 an accursed thing in the midst of thee,
JudgiS. 20 took, .and went in the midst of the peop.
i Sa. 16 13 anointed him in the midst of his brethren
i Ki 20. 39 Thy servant went out into the midst of the
Psa. 46. 5 God (is) in the midst of her ; she shall not
48. 9 We have thought..in the midst of thy te.
55. 10 mischief also and sorrow (are) in the mi.
55. 1 1 Wickedness (is) in the midst thereof ; de.
74. 4 Thine enemies roar in the midst of thy c.
74. 12 working salvation in the midst of the ea.
78. 28 he let (it) fall in the midst of their camp
no. 2 rule thou in the midst of thine enemies
138. 7 Though I walk in the midst of trouble
Prov 14. 33 (that which is) in the midst of fools is m.
Isa. 4. 4 the blood of Jerusalem from the midst
5. 8 be placed alone in the midst of the earth
5. 25 their carcases, .torn in the midst of the
6. 12 a great forsaking in the midst of the land
10. 23 a consumption.. in the midst of all the la.
12. 6 the Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee
19. i the heart of Egypt shall melt in the midst
19. 3 spirit of Egypt shall fail in the midst
19. 14 hath mingled a perverse spirit in the mi.
19. 24 (even) a blessing in the midst of the land
24. 13 When thus it shall be in the midst of the
25. 1 1 shall spread forth his hands in the midst
29. 23 the work of mine hands, in the midst of
Jer. 6. i to flee out of the midst of Jerusalem, and
6. 6 she (is) wholly oppression in the midst of
14. 9 yet thou, O LORD, fart) in the midst of us
29. 8 diviners, that (be) in the midst of you, de.
30. 21 their governor shall proceed from the m.
46. 21 her hired men (are) in the midst of her
Lam. 1.15 all my mighty (men) in the midst of me
3. 45 Thou hast made us. .refuse in the midst
4. 13 shed the blood of the just in the midst of
Eze. 22. 27 Her princes in the midst thereof (are) like
Hos. 5. 4 spirit of whoredoms (is) in the midst of
n. 9 the Holy One in the midstof thee: and I
Joel 2. 27 ye shall know that I (am) in the midst of I.
Amos 2. 3 will cut off the judge from the midst the.
3. 9 behold the great tumult* in the midst the.
7. 8 I will set a plumb line in the midst of my
7. 10 hath conspired against thee in the midst
Mic. 5. 7, 8 r.hall be in the midst of many people
5. 10 I will cut off thy horses out of the midst
5. 13 thy standing images out of the midst of
5. 14 I will pluck up thy groves out of the miilst
6. 14 thy casting down (shall be) in the midst
Nan. 3. 13 thy people in the midst of thee (are) wo.
Hab. 2. 19 and . . no breath at all in the midst of it
3. 2 revive thy work in the midst of the years
3. 2 in the midst of the years make known
Zeph. 3. 5 The just LORD (is)in the midst thereof; he
3. 1 1 I will take away out of the midst of thee
3. 12 I will also leave in the midst of thee an
3. 15 the LORD, (is) in the midst of thee : thou
3. 17 The LORD thy God in the midst of thee(is)
Zech.i4. i spoil shall be divided in the midst of thee
.Middle, midst, 319 tavek.
Gen. i. 6 Let there be a firmament in the midst of
i. 9 the treeof life also in the midst of thega.
3. 3 the fruit of the tree which (is) in the midst
15. 10 divided them in the midst, and laid each
19. 29 sent Lot out of the midst of the overthrow
Exod. 3. 2 in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush
3. 4 God called unto him out of the midst of
ii. 4 About midnight will I go out into the m.
14. 16 dry (ground) through the midstof the sea
14. 22 went into the midst of the sea upon the
14. 23 went in after them to the midst of the sea
14. 27 overthrew the Egyptians in the midst of
14. 29 walked upon dry rtand) in the midst of the
15. 19 went on dry (land) in the midst of the sea
24. 16 he called unto Moses out of the midst of
24. 18 Moses went into the midst of the cloud
26. 28 the middle bar in the midst of the boards
28. 32 an hole in the top of it, in the midst ther.
39. 23 And . .an hole in the midst of the robe, as
Lev. 16. 16 among them in the midst of their unclean.
Num. 2. 17 with the camp of the Levites hi the midst
5. 3 their camps, in the midst whereof I dwell
16. 47 and ran into the midst of the congregation
19. 6 into the midstof the burning of the heifer
33. 8 passed through the midst of the sea into
35. 5 the city (shall be) in thejmidst : this shall
Deut. 4.12 LORD spake unto you out of the midst of
4. 15 spake unto you in Horeb out of the midst
4. 33 the voice of God speaking out of the midst
4. 36 thou heardest his words out of the midst
5. 4 in the mount, out of the midst of the fire
5. 22 in the mount, out of the midst of the fire
5. 23 when ye heard the voice out of the midst
5. 24 we have heard his voice out of the midst
5. 26 God speaking out of the midst of the fire
9. 10 in the mount, out of the midst of the fire
10. 4 in the mount, out of the midst of the fire
11. 3 which he did in the midst of Egypt unto
13. 16 gather all the spoil of it into the midst of
19. 2 separate three cities for thee in the midst
32. 51 ye sanctified me not in the midst of the c.
Josh. 3. 17 stood firm on dry ground in the midst of
4. 3 Take you hence out of the midst of Jordan
4. 5 into the midst of Jordan, and take you up
4. 8 took up twelve stones out of the midst <>f
4. 9 Joshua set up twelve stones in the midst
4. 10 stood in the midst of Jordan, until every
4. 1 8 were come up out of the midst of Jordan
7. 21 hid in the earth in the midst of my tent
7.23 they took them out of the midst of the tent
8. 13 Joshua went that night into the midst of
8. 22 so they were in the midst of Israel, some
12. 2 from the middle of the river, and from h.
13. 9, 16 the city that (is) in the midst of the r.
Judg 1 5. 4 put a fire brand in the midst between two
16. 29 Samson took hold of the two middle pill.
20. 42 them . .they destroyed in the midst ofthem
1 Sa. 1 1 . 1 1 they came into the midst of the host in the
18. 10 prophesied in the midst of the house : and
25. 29 them shall he sling out. .of the middle of
2 Sa. i. 25 How are the mighty fallen in the midst of
4. 6 they came thither into the midst of the
6. 17 in the midst of the tabernacle that David
20. 12 Amasa wallowed in blood in the midst of
23. 12 he stood in the midst of the ground, and
23. 20 slew a lion in the midst of a pit in time
24. 5 side of the city that [lieth] in the midst
1 Ki. 3. 8 thy servant (is) in the midst of thy people
6. 27 touched one another in the midst of the
8. 51 out of Egypt, from the midst of the furn.
8. 64 did the king hallow the middle of the court
2 Ki. 6. 20 and behold . . in the midst of Samaria
i Ch. ii. 14 they set themselves in the midst ..f (that)
16. i set it in the midst of the tent that David
a Ch. 6. 13 and had set it in the midst of the court
7. 7 Solomon hallowed the middle of the court
20. 14 the LORD in the midstof the congregation
32. 4 the brook that ran through the midst of
Neh. 4. ii till we come in the midst among them
9. ii so that they went through the midst of
Esth. 4. i went out into the midst of the city, and
Psa. 22. 14 it is melted in the midst of my bowels
22. 22 in the midst of the congregation will I p.
57. 6 into the midst whereof they are fallen
116. 19 in the midst of thee, <) Jerusalem. Praise
135. 9 sent tokens and wonders into the midst
136. 14 made Israel to pass through the midst of
137. 2 our harps upon the willows in the midst
PTOT. 4. 21 keep them in the midst of thine heart
5. 14 I was almost in all -vil in the midst of the
8. 20 I lead . . in the midst of the paths of Judg.
MIDDLE 659 MIGDOL
Song 3. 10 the midst thereof being paved (with) love
Isa. 5. 2 built a tower in the midst of it, and also
6. 5 I dwell in tile midstof a people uf unclean
7. 6 set a king in the midst of it.. the 8011 of I
16. 3 as the night in the midst of the noon day
19. 19 an altar to the LORD in the midst of the 1.
24. 1 8 he that cometh up out of the midst of the
41. 18 and fountains in the midst of the valleys
52. 1 1 go ye out of the midst of her ; be ye clean
58. 9 If thou take away from the midst of thee
66. 17 in the gardens behind one (tree) iu the in.
Jer. 9. 6 Thine habitation (is) in the midst of dec.
12. 16 then shall they be built in the midst of my
21. 4 I will assemble them into the midst of
37. 12 to separate himself thence in the midst of
39. 3 princes . . came in, and sat in the middle g.
41. 7 when they came into the midst of the city
4^. 7 into the midst of the pit, he, and the men
50. 8 Remove out of the midst of Babylon, and
50. 37 mingled people that (are) in the midst of
51. 6 Flee out of the mids.t of Babylon, and de.
51. 45 My people, go ye out of the midst of her
51. 47 all her slain shall fall iu the midst of her
51. 63 and cast it into the midst of Euphrates
52. 25 (that were) found iu the midst of the city
fize. i. 4 out of the midst thereof., out of the midst
i. 5 Also out of the midst thereof (came) the
i. 16 as it were a wheel iu the middle of a wh.
5. 2 burn with fire a third part in the midst of
5. 4 cast them into the midst of the fire, and
5. 5 I have set it in the midst of the nations
5. 8 execute judgments in the midst of thee in
5. 10 fathers shall eat the sons in the midst of
5. 12 shall they be consumed in the midst of thee
6. 7 And the slain shall fall in the midst of you
7. 4 thine abominations shall be in the midst
7. 9 thine abominations (that) are in the midst
6. ii iu the midst of them stood Jauzaniah the
9. 4 LORD said. .Go through the midst of the
9. 4 through the midst of Jerusalem, and set
9. 4 abominations that be done in the midst
10. 10 as if a wheel had been in the midst of a
11. 7 whom ye have laid in the midst of it, they
ii. 7 I will bring you forth out of the midst of
ii. 9 I will bring you out of the midst thereof
ii. ii neither shall ye be the flesh in the midst
11. 23 glory, .went up from the midst of the city
12. 2 thou dwellest iu the midst of a rebellious
13. 14 ye shall be consumed in the midst thereof
4. 8 I will cut him off from the midst of my p.
14. 9 will destroy him from the midst of my p.
15. 4 fire devoureth . . the midst of it is burnt
16. 53 the captivity of thy captives in the midst
-17. 16 with him in the midst of Babylon he shall
.20. 8 them in the midst of the land of Egypt
21. 32 thy blood shall be in the midst of the land
22. 3 The city sheddeth blood in the midst of it
22. 7 in the midst of thee have they dealt by
22. 9 in t.lie midst of thee they commit lewdness
22. 13 thy blood which hath been in the midst of
22. 1 8 iron, and lead, in the midstof the furnace
22. 19 I will gather you into the midst of Jeru.
22. 20 lead, and tin, into themidstof the furnace
22. 21 ye shall be melted in the midst thereof
22. 22 As silver is melted in the midst of the fu.
22. 22 so shall yc be melted in the midst thereof
22. 25 a conspiracy of her prophets in the midst
22. 25 have made her many widows in the midst
23. 39 thus have they done in the midst of mine
24. 7 For her blood is in the midst of her ; she
26. 5 the spreading of nets in the midst of the
26. 12 shall lay .. thy dust in the midst of the w.
26. 15 when the slaughter is made in the midst
27. 27 company which (is) in the midst of thee
27. 32 like the destroyed in the midst of the sea
27. 34 thy company in the midst of thee, shall
28. 14 thou hast walked up and down in the m.
28. 16 they have filled the midst of thee with
28. 1 6 destroy .. from the midst of the stones of
28. 18 will I bring forth a fire from the midst of
28. 22 I will be glorified in the midst of thee
28. 23 the wounded shall be judged in the midst
29. 3 the great dragon that lieth iu the midst
29. 4 I will bring thee up out of the midst of thy
29. 12 make, .desolate in the midst of the coun.
29. 21 opening of the mouth in the midst of them
30. 7 they shall be desolate in the midst of the
30. 7 her cities shall be in the midst of the cit.
31. 14 in the midst of the children of men, with
31. 17 dwelt under his shadow in the midst of the
31. 18 thou shalt lie in the midstof theuncircu.
32. 20 They shall fall in the midst of (them that)
32. 21 shall speak to him out of the midst of hell
32. 25 They have set her a bed in the midst of the
32. 25 he is put in the midst of (them that be)
32. 28 thou . . be broken in the midst of the Hnc.
32. 32 he shall be laid in the midst of the uncir.
36. 23 which ye have profaned in the midst of
37. i set me down in the midst of the valley w.
37. 26 will set my sanctuary in the midst of them
37- 28 when my sanctuary shall be in the midst
39. 7 will I make my holy name known in the m.
43- 7 where I will dwell in the midst of the ch.
43- 9 I will dwell in the midst of them forever
46. 10 the prince in the midst of them, when they
48. 8 the sanctuary shall be in the midst of it
48. 10 the sanctuary, .shall be in the midst the.
48. 15 and the city shall be in the midst thereof
48. 2t and the sanctuary .. in the midst thereof
48. 22 in the midst (of that) which is the prince s Amos 3 . 9 behold the great tumults in the midst th.
6. 4 the calves out of the midst of the stall
Mic. 2. 12 as the flock in the midst of their fold
7. 14 dwell solitarily (in) the wood, in the midst
Zeph. 2. 14 flocks shall lie down in the midst of her
Zech. 2. 5 and will be the glory in the midst of her
2. 10, ii and I will dwell in the midst of thee
5. 4 it shall remain in the midst of his house
5. 7 this (is) a woman that sitteth in the midst
5. 8 And he cast it into the midst of the ephah
8. 3 and will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem
8. 8 they shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem
10. Middle, p3 n tikon.
Exod26. 28 the middle bar in . . the boards shall reach
36. 33 he made the middle bar to shoot through
Judg. 7. 19 came, .in the beginning of the middle w.
1 Ki. 6. 6 the middle (was) six cubits broad, and the
6. 8 The door for the middle chamber (was) in
6. 8 went up with winding stairs into the m.
6. 8 went up.. out of the middle into the third
2 Ki. 20. 4 afore Isaiah was gone out into the middle
Eze. 41. 7 lowest (chamber) to the highest by the m.
11. Middle, midst, /uerros mesos, -ov.
Matt 10. 1 6 I send you forth as sheep in the midst of
14. 24 [the ship was now in the midst of the sea]
18. 2 And Jesus, .set him in the midst of them
1 8. 20 two or three, .there am I in the midst of
Mark 6. 47 the ship was in the midst of the sea, and
7. 31 through the midst of the coasts of Decap.
9. 36 he took a child, and set him in the midst
14. 60 the high priest stood up in the midst, and
Luke 2 46 sitting in the midst of the doctors, both
4. 30 he passing through the midst of them w.
4. 35 when the devil had thrown him in the m.
5. 19 with (his) couch into the midst before J.
6. 8 Rise up, and stand forth in the midst
17. ii he passed through the midst of Samaria
21. 21 let them which are in the midst of it de.
22. 55 when they had kindled a fire in the midst
23. 45 the veil of the temple was rent in the m.
24. 36 Jesus himself stood in the midst of them
John 8. 3 [when they had set her in the midst]
8. 9 [and the woman standing in the midst]
8. 59 going through the midst of them, and so
19. 1 8 on either side one, and Jesus in the midst
20. 19 came Jesus and stood in the midst, and
20. 26 came Jesus, .and stood in the midst, and
Acts i. 15 in those days Peter stood up in the midst
1. 18 he burst asunder in the midst, and all his
2. 22 which God did by him in the midst of you
4. 7 when they had set them in the midst, they
17. 22 Then Paul stood in the midst of Mars hill
27. 21 Paul stood forth in the midst of them, and
Phil. 2. 15 in the [midst] of a crooked and perverse
Heb. 2. 12 in the midst of the church will I sing pr
Rev. i. 13 in[themidst]ofthesevencandlesticks(one)
2. i who walketh in the midst of the seven g.
2. 7 which is in [the midst] of the paradise of
4 . 6 in the midst of the throne, and round about
5. 6 in the midst of the throne and of the four
5. 6 in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb
6. 6 I heard a voice in the midst of the four b.
7. 17 the Lamb which is [in the midst] of the
22. 2 In the midst of the street of it, and on
MIDDLE wall between
Middle wall, fifa-oroixoi/ mesotoichon.
Eph. 2. 14 hath broken down the middle wall., bet.
MIDDLEMOST
Middle, midst, ]*: R tikon.
Eze. 42. 5 and than the middlemost of the building
42. 6 more than the lowest and the middlemost
MLD -IAN, r-ip contention.
1. A son of Abraham by Keturah. B.C. 1840.
Gen. 25. 2 And she bare him Zimran. .and M., and
25. 4 And the sons of M., Ephah, and Epher
i Ch. i. 32 she bareZimran. .andM.,and!shbak,and
1. 33 the sons of M.; Ephah, and Epher, andH.
2. His descendants and their land beyond the Jordan,
in Edom, the Sinai peninsula, and Arabia Petrsea.
Gen. 36. 35 Hadad the son ofBedad, who smote M. in
Exod. 2. 15 Moses fled, .and dwelt in the land of M.
2. 16 Now the priest of M. had seven daughters
3. i Jethro his father in law, the priest of M.
4. IQ the LORD said unto Moses in M., Go, ret.
18. i Jethro, the priest of M., Moses* father iu 1.
Nuni22. 4 Moab said unto the elders of M., Nowsh.
22. 7 theeldersof M. departed with the rewards
25. 15 he (was) head . . of a chief house in M.
25. 18 the daughterof a prince of M., their sister
31. 3 Mosesspake..saying..avenge theLoRDofM.
31. 8 they slewthe kings of M., besides the rest
31. 8 Zur, and Hur, andReba, flve kings of M.
31. 9 took (all) the women of M. captives, and
Josh 13. 21 Moses smote with the princes of M., Evi
Judg. 6. i delivered them into the hand of M. seven
6. 2 the hand of M. prevailed against Israel
7. 8 the host of M. was beneath him in the v.
7. 13 a cake, .tumbled into the host of M., and
7. 14 into his hand hath God delivered M., and
7. 15 delivered into your hand the host of M.
7. 25 And they, .pursued M., and brought the
8. 3 princes of M., Oreb and Zeeb : and what
8. 5 and I am pursuing after, .kings of M.
8. 12 took the two kings of M., Zebah and Zal.
8. 22 thou hast delivered us from the hand of M.
8. 26 raiment that (was) on the kings of M., and
8. 28 Thus was M. subdued before the children
9. 17 and delivered you out of the hand of M.
i Ki. ii. 18 they arose out of M., and came to Paran
i Ch. i. 46 which smote M. in the field of Moab, reig.
Isa. 9. 4 hast broken the yoke . . as in the day of M
10. 26 according to the slaughterof M. at the i.
60. 6 the dromedaries of M. and Ephah ; all the
Hab. 3. 7 the curtains of the land of M. did tremble
MID-IAN-ITES, cn;iz?, pp.
They are distinguished (but not always) from the
ImmatHttt, as in Judg. 6. 33 and 7. 12.
Gen. 37. 28 Then there passed by M., merchant men
37. 36 And the M. sold him into Egypt unto Po.
Numio. 29 Hobab, the son of Raguel the M., Moses
25. 17 Vex the M., and smite them
31. 2 Avenge the children of Israel of the M.
31. 3 let them go against the M., and avenge
31. 7 they warred against the M., as the LORD
Judg. 6. 2 because of the M. the children of Israel
6. 3 the M. came up, and the Amalekites
6. 6 Israel was..impoverished because of theM.
6. 7 Israel cried unto the L. because of the M.
6. n threshed wheat, .to hide (it) from the M.
6. 13 and delivered us into the hands of the M.
6. 14 shalt save Israel from the hand of the M.
6. 16 and thou shalt smite the M. as one man
6. 33 Then all the M. and the Amalekites and
7. i the host of the M. were on the north side
7. 2 to give the M. into their hands, lest Israel
7. 7 and deliver the M. into thine hand : and
7. 12 the M. and the Amalekites and all the
7. 23 the men of Israel, .pursued after the M.
7. 24 Come down against the M., and take before
7. 25 they took two princes of the M., Oreb and
8. i when thou wentest to fight with the M.?
Psa. 83. 9 Do unto them as (unto) the M. ; as (to) S.
MED-IAN-IT-ISH, rn;-ip fern, of };-!,?.
Belonging to Midian.
Nuni25. 6 brought unto his brethren a M. woman in
25. 14 that was slain with the M. woman, (was)
25. 15 the name of the M. woman that was slain
MID NIGHT, (atVl.
Mid night, nj;V nixri chatsoth layelah.
Exodn. 4 About mid nightwill I go out into them.
Job 34. 20 the people shall be troubled at mid night
Psa 119. 62 At mid iiightl will rise to givethanks unto
2. Mid night, n^n Jtri chatsi hal-layelah.
Exodi2. 29 at mid night the LORD smote all the first
Judgi6. 3 SamsoHlaytillmidnight.andaroseatniid.
Ruth 3. 8 it came to pass at mid night, that the man
3. Mid night, n^n Tjin tok hal-layelah.
i Ki. 3. 20 she arose at mid night, and took my son
^.Middle ofthe night, ^tVi/s (or ptaov TTJS) VVKT&S.
Matt 25. 6 at mid night there was a cry made, Behold
Acts 27. 27 about mid night theshipmeu deemed that
5. Mid night, fj.rovvKTtov mesonuktion.
Marki 3 . 3 5 eometh, at even, or at mid night, or at the
Luken. 5 shall go unto him at mid night, and say unto
Acts 1 6. 25 at mid night Paul and Silas prayed, and
20. 7 and continued his speech until mid night
MIDST of heaven
Mid heaven, fj.t(rovpdvr)na. mesouranema.
Rev. 8. 13 an angel flying through the midst of4ie.
14. 6 another angel fly in themidstof heaven
19. 17 all the fowls that fly in the midst of hea.
MTDST, about the
To be or reach the middle, fjir6ti> mesod.
John 7. 14 about the midst of the feast, Jesus went
MIDST, to be cut off in the
To be halved, f$n chatsats, 4.
Job 21. 21 number of his months is cut off in them.
MIDST, to reach to the -
To halve, come to the middle, nyn chatsah .
Isa. 30. 28 shall reach to the midst of the neck, to
MIDWIFE, (to do the office of a)
To help to bear, be a midwife, ~h, yalad, 3.
Gen. 35. 17 the midwife said unto her, Fear not; thou
38. 28 the midwife took and bound upon his hand
Exod. i. 15 king of Egypt spake to the Hebrew mid w.
i. 16 When ye do the office of a midwife to the
i. 17 the midwives feared God, and did not as
i. 18 the king of Egyptcalled for the midwives
i. 19 the midwives said unto Pharaoh, Because
1. 19 are delivered ere the midwives come inun.
i. 20 TKrefor God dealt well with the midwives
i. 21 ra."^:ne to pass, because the midwives fe.
MIG -DAl EL, ^r^uo tower of God.
A fortified city in Xaphtali, near Iron and Horem,
supposed by some to be the Magdala of the New Testa
ment, on the W. of the sea of Galilee, but the latter is
in Zebulon, S. of Capernaum, and one and a half hours
from Tiberias. -
Josh. 19. 38 Iron, and M., Horem, and Beth-anath
MIG -DAL GAD, irVnf
1? tower of Gad.
A city in the plain of Jiidah, now Mejdal.
Josh. 15. 37 Zenan, and Hadashah, and M.
MIG -DOL, S^C, *rnJD tmeer.
1. A place W. of the feed Sea.
Exodi4. 2 Pi-hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea
Num33. 7 they removed, .and they pitched before M.
2. A city in the N.E. of Egypt from Palestine, as Syene was
in the south.
Jer. 44. i all the Jews which dwell, .at M., and at
46. 14 Declare ye in Egypt, and publish in M.
MIGHT
MIGHT
1. Strength, JIK on.
Isa. 40. 26 by names by the greatness of his might
40. 29 to (them that have) no might he increas.
2. Might, SN el.
DeutzS. 32 and (there shall be) no might in thine hand
3. Might, rr;O3 geburah.
Deut. 3. 24 God. .that can do. .according to thy might
Judg. 5. 31 as the sun when he goeth forth in his m
i Ki.i5. 23 all his might, and all that he did, and the
16. 5 what he did, anil his might, (are)they not
16. 27 which he did, and his might that he sho
22. 45 hismight that he showed, and how hew
c Ki.io. 34 all that he did, and all his might, (are)
13. 8 all that he did, and his might, (are) they
13. 12 his might where with he fought against A
14. 15 his might, and how he fougnt with Ama
14. 28 all that he did, and his might, how he
20. 20 all his might, and how he made a pool
1 Ch.29. " in thine nand ( ib ) P wer aud might : an J
29. 30 With all his reign and his might, and the
2 Ch.2o. 6 power and might, so that none is able to
Ksth.io. 2 all the acts of his power, and of his might
Isa. ii. 2 the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit
33- J 3 ye (that are) near, acknowledge my might
Jer. 9.23 neither let the mighty . . glory in his might
10. 6 Forasmuch as. .thy name (is) great in in
16. 21 cause, .to know mine hand aid my might
49. 35 the bow of Elam.the chief of their might
51. 30 their might hath failed : they became as
Eze. 32. 29 princes, which with their might are laid
32. 30 their terror they are ashamed of their m.
Dan. 2. 20 and ever : for wisdom and might are his
2. 23 who hast given me wisdom and might, and
Mic. 3. 8 I am full, .of judgment, and of might, to
7. 16 see, and be confounded at all their might
/i.Force, army, strength, Vn chayil.
2 Ki. 24. 16 all the men of might, .seven thousand
i Ch. 7. 2 valiant men of might in theirgenerations
7. 5 valiant men of might, reckoned in all by
12. 8 men of might, .men of war. .for the battle
Psa. 76. 5 none of the men of might have found their
Zech. 4. 6 Not by might, nor by power, but by my s.
5. To be able, Sa; yakol.
Gen. 43. 32 the Egyptians might not eat bread with
S.I oirer, ~3 koach.
Gen. 49. 3 Reuben, thou (art) my first born, my might
> um 14. 13 thou broughtest up this people in thy m.
Judg. 6. 14 Go in this thy might, and thou shalt save
16. 30 he bowed himself with (all his) might
1 Ch.29. 2 I have prepared with all my might forthe
a Ch.2o. 12 we have no might against this great com.
Eccl. 9. 10 hand flndethtodo, do (it) with thy m.
J.Mi iht, 1K3 meod.
Deut. 6. 5 with all thy coul, and with all thy might
2 Ki.23. 25 with all his might, according to all the law
S.Stri-nglh, might, vigour, iy oz.
2 Sa. 6. 14 danced before the LORD with all (his) m.
1 Ch.i3. 8 played before God"with all (their) might
9. Strength, vigour, wy.ezuz.
Psa. 145. 6 shall speak of the might of thy terrible
lO.Sid)stance, bone, cyy otsem.
Deut. 8. 17 My power and the might of (mine) hand
11. Strength, might, ypp teqoph.
Dan. 4. 30 by the might of my power, and for the
12,P<ncer, Suva/at? dunamis.
Eph. i. 21 all principality, and power, and might
3. 16 to be strengthened with might by his spirit
Col. i. ii Strengthened with all might, according
2 Pe 2. n angels, which.are greater inpoweraudm.
13. Strength, lff\vs ischus.
Eph. 6. 10 in the Lord, and in the power of his might
Rev. 7. 12 honour, and power, and might, (be) unto
14.ro be strong, have strength, Icrxvw ischuo.
Matt 8. 28 so that no man might pass by that way
3CIGHTIER, MIGHTILY, MIGHTY, (that U)
1. Mighty, "I si* abbir.
Job 24. 22 He draweth also the mighty with his po.
34. 20 the mighty shall be taken away without
Lam. i. 15 all my mighty (men) in the midst of me
2.Mighty, "V3$ abir.
Gen. 49. 24 by the hands of the mighty (God) of Jacob
Psa. 1 32. 2 vowed unto the mighty (God) of Jacob
132. 5 habitation for the mighty (God) of Jacob
Isa. i. 24 LORD of hosts, the mighty One of Israel
49. 26 thy Redeemer, the mighty One of Jacob
60. 16 thy Redeemer, the mighty One of Jacob
o. Honourable, shining, T^IX addir.
Exod 15. 10 they sank as lead in the mighty waters
1 Sa. 4. 8 us out of the hand of these mighty (iods
Psa. 93. 4 mightier than . . the mighty waves of the
Zech. 1 1. 2 because the mighty are spoiled : howl, O
4. Mighty one, S*N ul.
2 Ki.24. 15 his officers, and the mighty of the land
5. Mighty ows. D *? K elim.
Job 41. 25 When he raiseth up himself, the mighty
Eze. 17. 13 he liath also taken the mighty of the land
6. Strong, Jinn, perennial, jn N, jnx ethan.
Job 12. 19 He leadeth. .and overthroweth the miprh.
Psa. 74. 15 Thou didst cleave, .thou driedst up mig.
660
Jer. 5. 15 a nullity nation, it (is) an ancient nation
Amoi <, -2\ xj waters, and righteousness as a mighty
7. Mighty one, *?K el.
Psa. ig. i Give unto the LORD, () ye mighty, give
50. i The mighty God. .the LuKb, hath spoken
82. i staudetn in the congregation of the inig.
89. 6 (who) among the sous of the mighty can
S. Strong, courageous, f tJN, [T?N anmits.
Job 9. 4 (He is) wise in heart, and migUty in stre.
9. Force, P ?N aphiq.
Job 12. 21 and weukeneth the strength of the mighty
10.Mighty one, ~\iii yibbor.
(it ll 10. 9 He was a mighty hunter before the LoKL>
10. 9 as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the
Deutio. 17 agreatUod.amighty.andaterrible, which
Josh. 10. 2 Gibeon. .all the men thereof (were) migh
Judg. 5. 13 made me have dominion over the mighty
5. 23 to the help of the LORD against the mighty
Ruth 2. i a mighty man of wealth, of the family of E
1 Sa. 16. i J a mighty valiant man, and a man of war
2 Sa. i. 19, 25, 27 How are the mighty fallen
i. 21 there the shield of the mighty is vilely c.
i. 22 from the fat of the mighty, the bow of J.
K: 5. t Naaman. .was also a mighty man in valour
i Ch. i. 10 he began to be mighty upon the earth
5. 24 mighty men of valour, famous men.. heads
11. 12 theAhohite, who (was one) of the three m.
ii. 19 These things did these three mightiest
11. 24 and had the name among the three mighti.
12. 28 /adok, ayoungman mighty of valour, and
27. 6 Benaiah. .mighty (among) the thirty, and
Ezra 7. 28 and before all the king s mighty princes
Neh. 3. 16 overagainst. .unto the house of the mighty
9. 32 the great, thejnighty.and the terrible God
Psa. 24. 8 LORD strongand mighty, the LORD mighty
45. 3 Gird thy sword upon (thy) thigh, O. .mig.
89. 19 I have laid help upon (one that is) mighty
112. 2 His seed shall be mighty upon earth : the
120. 4 Sharp arrows of the mighty, with coals of
Prov.i6 32 slow to anger (is) better than the mighty
21. 22 A wise (man) scaleth the city of the mighty
Isa. 5. 22 Woe unto (them that are) mighty to drink
9. 6 Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God
10. 21 the remnant of Jacob, unto the mighty G.
49. 24 Shall the prey be taken from the mighty
49. 25 Even the captives of the mighty shall be
Jer. 20. 1 1 But the LORD (is) with me as a mighty te.
32. 18 The Great, the Mighty God, the LORD of
46. 12 hath stumbled against the mighty, (and)
48. 14 We (are) mighty and strong men for the
Eze. 32. 12 By the swords of the mighty will I cause
32. 21 The strong among the mighty shall speak
32. 27 And they shall not lie with the mighty
32. 27 the terror of the mighty in the land of
39. 1 8 Ye shall eat the flesh of the mighty, and
Dan. ii. 3 a mighty king shall stand up, that shall
Amos 2. 14 neither shall the mighty deliver himself
2. 16 courageousamongthemightyshallfleeaw.
Obad. 9 mighty (men), O Teman, shall be dismayed
Zeph. 3. 17 LORD thy God in the midst of thee (is) mi.
Zech. 10. 5 they shall be as mighty (men), which tread
10. 7 Ephraim shall be like a mighty (man), and
\\.Miijht, iTjUf geburah.
Psa. 89. 13 Thou hast a mighty arm : strong is thy h
Isa. 3. 25 Thy men shall fall . . and thy mighty in the
12. Mighty, 133 gibbar.
Dan. 3. 20 he commanded the most mighty men that
\3.Great, Vna gadol.
Lev. 19. 15 nor honour the person of the mighty .-(but)
Deut. 4. 37 brought thee . . with his mighty power out
7. 21 God (is) among you, a mighty God and t
7. 23 shall destroy them with a mighty destru
9. 29 thou broughtest out by thy mighty power
Eze. 17. 17 Neither shall Pharaoh with (his) mighty
Jon. i. 4 and there was a mighty tempest in the sea
14.Arm, yiii zeroa.
Job 22. 8 But. .the mighty man, he had the earth
15. Strong, hard, pin chazaq.
Exod. 3. 19 not let you go, no, not by a mighty hand
32. ii with great power, and with a mighty hand
Deut. 3. 24 to show, .thy greatness, and thy mighty
4. 34 by war, and by a mighty hand, and by a
5. 15 brought thee out thence through a mighty
6. 21 brought us out of Egypt with a mighty h.
7. 8 LORD brought you out with a mighty hand
7. 19 the wonders, and the mighty hand, and
9. 26 brought forth out of Kgypt with a mighty
11. a his greatness, his mighty hand, and his s.
26. 8 brought us forth out of Egypt with a mi.
34. 12 in all that mighty hand, and in all the g
Josh. 4. 24 the hand of the LORD, that it (is) mighty
2 Ch. 6. 32 thy mighty hand, and thy stretched out
Job 5. 15 But he saveth. .from the hand of the mi.
Prov23. ii their Redeemer(is) mighty; he shall plead
Isa. 28. a the LORD hath a mighty and strong one
Kze. 20. 33,34 with a mighty hand, and with a stret.
Dan. 9 15 out of the land of Egypt with a mighty
If). Strength, hardness, nijtrt ch <
:y</
h.
Judg. 4. 3 twenty years he mightily oppressed the
Jon. 3. 8 cry mightily unto God ; yea, let them turn
17. Force, might, ^ n chayil.
3 Ch. 26. 13 that made war with mighty power to help
18. Heavy, T33 /toftfo r.
Job 34. 24 He shall break in pieces mighty men wi.
36. 5 God (U) mighty, .mighty in strength (ami)
MIGHTY
Isa. 17. 12 make a rushing like the rushing .
28. 2 as a Hood of mighty waters overflow ing
. Might, ixp meod.
Exod 10. 19 LORD turned a mighty strong west wind
Deut. 6. 3 that ye may increase mightily, as the L.
Nah. 2. i make, .loins btroug, fortify . .power migh.
20. Strong, ty az.
Neh. 9. 11 threwest. .as a stone into the mighty wa,
Psa. 59. 3 the mighty are gathered against me ; not
Isa. 43. 16 which maketh. .a path in the mighty wa.
21. Terror, o;y, ayatn.
Isa. 11.15 with his mighty wind shall lie shake his
22./fcmy, substantial, Disy atsum.
Gen. 18. 18 shall surely become a great and mighty
Exod. i. 9 of Israel (are) more and mightier than we>
.NIIIII i j. 12 a greater nation and mightier than they
22. 6 for they (are) too mighty for me : peradv.
Deut. 4. 38 greater and mightier than thou . .to bring
7. i seven nations greater and mightier than
9. i nations greater and mightier than thyself
9. 14 a nation mightier and greater than they
ii. 23 greater nations and mightier than yourse.
26. 5 there a nation, great, mighty, and popul.
Psa. 135. 10 Who smote great nations, and slew inig.
Prov. 1 8. 1 8 The lot. .parteth l>etween the mighty
Dan. 8. 24 shall destroy the mighty and the holy p.
ii. 25 to battle with a very great and mighty a.
Amos 5. 12 manifold transgressions and your mighty
IZ.Terrible, J"iy arits.
Job 6. 23 Redeem me from the hand of the mighty
2 4. Great, mighty, 3i rab.
Job 35. 9 cry out by reason of the arm of the mighty
25.1tuler, ruling, a S? shallit.
Eccl. 7. 19 more thau ten mighty, .which are in the
26. Strong, TJ3J? taqqiph.
Ezra 4. 20 There have been mighty kings also over
Eccl. 6. 10 may he contend with him that is mightier
Dan. 4. 3howinighty(are)hiswonders!hiskiugdoitt
27. God, godlike, mighty, CTiS?t elohim.
Gen .23. 6 Thou (art) a mighty prince among us : in the
28. Might, 133 geber.
Isa. 22. 17 carry thee away with a mighty captivity
Jer. 41. 16 mighty men of war, and the women, and
29..SWIS of the mighty, C Vx J3 bene elim.
Psa. 29. i Give unto the LoRC.O ye mighty.give unto
SQ.Forcible, violent, ftiatos biaios.
Acts 2. 2 as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled
31. Power, 5vva/j.f> dunamis.
Kom 15.. 19 Through mighty signs and wonders, by
Col. i. 29 working, which worketh in me mightily
2 Th. i. 7 be revealed from heaven witli his mighty
32. Able, powerful one, SUVOJ-TTJS dunastis.
Luke i. 52 He hath put down the mighty from (their)
33. Able, powerful, Suvards dunatos.
Luke i. 49 he that is mighty hath done to me great
24. 19 which was a prophet mighty in deed and w.
Acts 7. 22 Moses . . was mighty in words and in deedj
18. 24 mighty in the scriptures, came to Ephetuf
1 Co. i. 26 how that, .not many mighty, not many
2 Co. 10. 4 but mighty through God to the pulling d.
34. Intently, intensely, ivrdvus eutonOs.
Acts 18. 28 he mightily convinced the Jews, .publicly
35. Of might, in strength, l<r\vos or iv la^xvi.
Eph. 1.19 ace. to the working of his mighty power
Rev. 18. 2 [And he cried mightily with astrongvoice)
36. Strong, Iox vp6s ischuros.
Matt. 3. ii he that cometh after me is mightrer than
Mark i. 7 There cometh one mightier than I after
Luke 3. 16 one mightier than I cometh, the latch, t
15. 14 there arose a mighty famine in that laud
i Co. i. 27 to confound the things which are mighty
Rev. 10. i I saw another mighty angel come down
18. 10 that great city Babylon, that mighty city
18. 21 a mighty angel took up a stone like a gr.
19. 6 as the voice of mighty thunderings, saying
19. 18 the flesh of mighty men, and the flesh of
37.According to or in strength, Kara Kpdros kata.
Acts 19. 20 So mightily grew the word of God and p.
38. Strong, Kparaios krataios.
1 Pe. 5. 6 Humble yourselves therefore under them.
39. Great, ufyas megas.
Rev 6.n tree . . when she is shaken of a mighty wind
[See also Deed, powers, works ]
MIGHTY, mightier, to be
1 . To be or become mighty, ^33 gabar.
Job 21. 7 the wicked .. become old, yea, are mighty
2. To be or become bony, substantial, CSV atsam.
Gen. 26. 16 Go from us ; for thon art much mightier
Psa. 69. 4 they.. mine enemies wrongfully, are migh.
Dan. 8. 24 his power shall be mighty, but not by his,
3. To be able, haw poicer. Swartu dunateS.
2 Co. 13. 3 which to you ward is not weak, but is m.
rk in. Ivfpytw mergeo.
Gal. 2. 8 the same was mighty in me toward the G.
MIGHTY act or power
Might, mighty deed, rn 3| geburah.
Psa. 106. 2 Who can utter the mighty acts of the LJ
MIGHTY 661 MIND
Psa.io6. 8 might make liis mighty power to be kno.
145- 4 One generation, .shall declare thy mighty
145. 12 To make known, .his mighty nets, 150. 2.
2. Greatness, fjLtya\n6rr)s mrgaleiotes, Luko 9. 43.
MIGHTY, to become or war
1. Fo strengthen self, pin C/K/:I"/. 7.
2 011.13. 2I Abijah waxed mighty, and married four.
27. 6 So Jotham became mighty, because he p.
2.7 ) be or become bony, substantial, Djfj, atsam.
Exod. i. 7 multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty
i. 20 people multiplied, ami waxed very mighty
MIGHTY deed or work
Power, 8vva/j.is dun-amis.
Mutt 1 1. 20 wherein most of his mighty works were
ii. 21 if the mighty works which were done in
ii. 23 if the mighty works, which have been d.
13. 54 Whence.. thi8wi8dom,and(these)mightyw.
13. 58 he did not many mighty works there, be.
14. 2 therefore mighty works do show forth th.
Mark 6. 2 that even such mighty works are wrought
6. 5 he could there do no mighty work, save
6. 14 therefore mighty works do show forth th.
Lukeio. 13 if the mighty works had been done in Tyre
19. 37 all the mighty works that they had seen
2 Co.i2. 12 in signs, and wonders, and mighty deeds
MIGHTY God
A rock, Jirm one, "iis tsur.
Hab. t. 12 mighty God, thouhast established them
MIGHTY man
1. A man, male,, t? x ish.
Isa. 5. 15 the mighty man shall be humbled, and
31. 8 fall with the sword, not of a mighty man
2. Mighty, niaa gibbor.
Gen. 6. 4 thesame(became)mightymenwhieh(we.)
Josh. i. 14 the mighty men of valour, and help them
6. 2 I have given into thine hand . . mighty men
8. 3 thirty thousand mighty men of valour
10. 7 with him,and all the mighty men of valour
Judg. 6. 12 LOKI) (is) with thee, thou mighty man of
11. i Jephthah . . was a mighty man of valour
i Sa. 2. 4 The bows of the mighty men (are) broken
9. i Kish. .a Benjamite, a mighty man of po.
a Sa. 10. 7 Joab, and all the host of the mighty men
1 6. 6 and all the people and all the mighty in.
17. 8 his men, that they (be) mighty men, and
17. 10 knoweth that thy father (is) a mighty man
20. 7 and the Pelethites, and all the mighty in.
23. 8 These (be) the names of the mighty men
23. 9 (one) of the three mighty men with David
23. 16 the three mighty men brake through the
23. 17 These things did these three mighty men
23. 22 and had the name among three mightym.
i Ki. i. 8 Shimei, and Rei, and the mighty men w.
1. 10 and Benaiah, and the mighty men, and S.
ii. 28 the man Jeroboam (was) a mighty man of
a Ki. 15. 20 of all the mighty men of wealth, of each
24. 14 princes, and all the mighty men of valour
i Ch. 7. 7 mighty men of valour ; and were reckoned
7. 9 of their fathers, mighty men of valour
7. ii of their fathers, mighty men of valour
7. 40 choice..mighty men of valour, chief of the
8. 40 the sons of Ulam were mighty men of va.
ii. 10 the chief of the mighty men whom David
11. ii number of the mighty men whom David
12. i among the mighty men, helpers of the w.
12. 4 a mighty man among the thirty, and over
12. 21 for they (were) all mighty men of valour
12. 25 of Simeon, mighty men of valour for the
12. 30 mighty men of valour, famous throughout
19. 8 Joab, and all the host of the mighty men
26. 6 for they (were) mighty men of valour
26. 31 found among them mighty men of valour
28. i with the mighty men, and with all the
29. 24 all the princes, and the mighty men, and
a Ch. 13. 3 chosen men, (being)mighty men of valour
14. 8 And. .all these (were) mighty men of valour
17. 13 and the men of war, mighty men of valour
17. 14 and with him mighty men of valour three
17. 16 two hundred thousand mighty men of va.
17. 17 Eliada a mighty man of valour, and with
25. 6 an hundred thousand mighty men of val.
26. 12 chief of the fathers of the mighty men of
28. 7 Zichri, a mighty man of Ephraim, slewM.
32. 3 with his princes and his mighty men to
32. 21 which cut off all the mighty men of valour
Neh. 1 1. 14 their brethren, mighty men of valour, an
Psa. 33. 16 a mighty man is not delivered by much
52. i Why boastest thou . . O mighty man 1 the
78. 65 like a mighty man that shouteth by reason
127. 4 As arrows (are) in the hand of a mightym.
Son
Jer.
4- 4 thousand bucklers, all shields of mightym.
3. 2 The mighty man, and the man of war, the
21. 17 the mighty men of the children of Kedar
42. 13 The LORD shall go forth as a mighty man
5. 16 open sepulchre, they (are) all mighty men
9. 23 neither, .the mighty(man) glory in his in.
14. 9 as a mighty man (that) cannot save ? yet
26. 21 Jehoiakim the king, with all his mighty in.
46. 6 Let not the swift, .nor tire mighty man
46. 9 let the mighty men come forth ; the
46. 12 the mighty man hath stumbled against the
48. 41 the mighty men s hearts in Moab at that
49. 22 shall the heart of the mighty men of
50. 9 their arrows, .as of a mighty expert man
50. 36 a sword (is) upon her mighty men ; and
51. 30 Tne mighty men of Babylon have
Si. 56 upon Babylon, and her mighty men are
Jer. 51.57 make drunk. .her rulers, and hermightym.
Kze. 39. 20 with mighty men, and with all men of war
llos. 10. 13 trust. .In the multitude of thy mighty men
Joel. 2. 7 They shall run like mighty men ; they sh.
3. 9 1 repare war, wake up the mighty men, let
Nan. 2. 3 The shield of hismightymen is made red
Zeph. i. 14 the mighty man shall cry there bitterly
Xech. 9. 1 3 made thee as the sword of a mighty man
3. Mighty or strong ones, D V N elim.
Exodis. 15 the mighty men of Moab, trembling shall
4. Power/id, Svvaros dunatos.
Rev. 6. 15 the chief captains, and the [mighty men]
MIGHTY one
1. Mighty, T?x abbir.
Judg. 5. 22 by . .the prancings of their mighty ones
2. Honourable, shining, "fitt nddir.
Isa. 10. 34 and Lebanon shall fall by a mighty one
3. Mighty one, god, Vx el.
Eze. 31. ii into the hand of the mighty one of the h.
4.Mighty one, liaa gibbor.
Gen. 10. 8 he began to be a mighty one in the earth
Isa. 13. 3 I have also called my mighty ones for m.
Jer. 46. 5 their mighty ones are beaten down, and
Joel 3. 1 1 thither cause thy mighty ones to come d.
5.A rock, firm one, 11x tsur.
Isa. 30. 29 mountain of the LORD, to the mighty One
MIGHTY things
To cut off, fence, 1*5 batsar,
Jer. 33. 3 show thee great and mighty things, which
MIGHTY, so
Such, so much, T-TI\IKOVTOS telikoutos.
Rev. 16. 18 so mighty an earthquake, (and) so great
MIG -RON, pip land-slip.
A city in Benjamin near Gibeah, where the main road
from Aiath to Michmash passed, Isa. 10. 28. Now called
Makrun.
i Sa. 14. 2 a pomegranate tree which (is) in M. : and
Isa. 10. 28 He iscome to Aiath, he is passed to M. ; at
MI-JA -MIN, J;?;D fortunate.
1. A priest in the time of David. B.C. 1040.
i Ch.24. 9 The fifth to Malchijah, the sixth to M.
2. A priest that, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant.
(See Mi-amin). B.C. 450.
Neh. 10. 7 Meshullam, Abijah, M.
MIK -LOTH, niSp? twigs, sticks.
1. A Benjamite in Jerusalem. B.C. 1160.
i Ch. 8. 32 And M. begat Shimeah. And these also
g. 37 Gedor, and Ahio, and Zechariah, and M.
9. 38 And M. begat Shimeam. And they also
2. A ruler in the second division of the guard appointed
by David. B.C. 1020.
i Ch. 27. 4 of his course (was) M. also the ruler : in
MTK-NE -IAH, iJTjpp Jah is eealous.
A Levite musician. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.is- 18 brethren of the second (degree), Zech...M.
15. 21 M.,andObed-edom,andJeiel,andAzaziah
MI-LA -LAI, *?!?0 Jah is elevated.
A priest that took part in the purification of the wall.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 12. 36 And his brethren. .M., Gilalai.Maai, Ne.
MIL -CAH, nj^a counsel.
\. Daughter of Haran Abraham s brother, wife of Nahor,
and mother of Bethuel. B.C. 1996.
Gen. IT. 29 and the name of Nahor s wife, M., the d.
ii. 29 Haran, the father of M., and the father
22. 20 Behold, M., she hath also born children
22. 23 these eight M. did bear to Nahor, Abra.
24. 15 who was born to Bethuel, son of M., the
24. 24 (am) the daughter of Bethuel the son of M.
24. 47 The daughter of Bethuel. .whom M. bare
2. A daughter of Zelophehad, a Manassahite.
Num26. 33 the daughters of Zelophehad (were). .M.
27. i these (are) the names of his daughters . . M.
36. ii For Mahlah..and M., and Noah, the dau.
Josh. 17. 3 these (are) the names of his daughters . . M.
MILCH
1 . To suckle, give suck, p} yanaq, 5.
Gen. 32. 15 Thirty milch camels with their colts, forty
2. To suckle, S?y ul.
i Sa. 6. 7 take two milch kine, on which there hath
6. 10 took two milch kine, and tied them to the
MTL -COM, C3^C.
The national deity of the Ammonites, the same as Molech,
Malcham, or Malchan.
1 Ki. ii. 5 Solomon went after. .M. the abomination
ii. 33 and have worshipped. .M. the god of the
2 Ki. 23. 13 had builded for. .M. the abomination of
MILDEW
Mildew, greenness, paleness, jipr yeraqon.
Deut28. 22 smite thee. .with blasting, and with mil.
1 Ki. 8. 37 if there be pestilence, blasting, mildew, 1.
2 Ch. 6. 28 if there be blasting, or mildew, locusts, or
Amos 4. 9 I have smitten you with blasting and mil.
Hag. 2. 17 I smote you with blasting and with mild.
MILE
.-1 mile, fj.i\toi> (from Lat. miliarium) milion.
Matt. 5. 41 whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile
MI-LE -TTJS, MI-LE -TOM, MI\TJTOJ.
A city and seaport in the province of Caria, at the 3. of
Ionia, on the confines of Caria, forty miles M. of Ephesus ;
it is now ten miles inland, andits ruins are called Melu*.
It had a temple of Apollo, and was the birthplace of
Thales and Anaximander.
Acts 20. 15 Andwe sailed thence, and. .we came to M.
20. 17 And from M. he sent to Ephesus, and ca.
2 Ti. 4. 20 but Trophimus have I left at M. sick
I. Milk, fat, 3^>n
chalab.
Gen. 1 8. 8 he took butter, and milk, and the calf w.
49. 12 with wine, and his teeth white with milk
Exod. 3. 8, 17 unto a land flowing with milk and hon.
[So in 13. 5; 33. 3; Lev. 20. 24; Num. 14. 8; 16. 13, 14;
Dent. 6. 3; n. 9; 26. 9, 15; 27. 3; Josh. 5. 6; Jer. ii. 5;
32. 22; Eze. 20. 6, 15.]
Exod23. 19 shalt not seethe a kid in his mother s milk
34. 26 shalt not seethe a kid in his mother s milk
Num 1 3. 27 and surely it floweth with milk and honey
Dent 14. 21 shalt not seethe a kid in his mother s milk
31. 20 land, .that floweth with milk and honey
32. 14 Butter of kine, and milk of sheep, with fat
Judg. 4. 19 she opened a bottle of milk, and gave him
5. 25 He asked water, .she gave, .milk; she br.
Job 10. 10 Hast thou not poured me out as milk, and
21. 24 His breasts are full of milk, and his bones
Prov 27. 27 goats milk, .for thy food, for the food
30. 33 Surely the churning of milk bringeth forth
Song 4. ii honey and milk (are) under thy tongue
5. i I have drunk my wine with my milk : rat
5. 12 Hiseyes. .washed with milk.,(and) fitly set
Isa. 7. 22 for the abundance of milk (that) they shall
28. 9 weaned from the milk, .drawn from the
55. i come, buy wine and milk without money
60. 16 Thou shalt also suck the milk of the Ge.
Lam. 4. 7 they were whiter than milk, they were m.
Eze. 25. 4 eat thy fruit, and they shall drink thy in.
Joel 3. 1 8 the hills shall flow with milk, and all" the
2. Milk, yd\a gala.
i Co. 3. 2 I have fed you with milk, and not with m.
9. 7 or who. .eateth not of the milk of the Ho
Heb. 5. 12 are become such as have need of milk, and
5. 13 every one that useth milk (is) unskilful in
1 Pe. 2. 2 As new born babes, desire the sincere m.
MILK out, to
To wring, suck, or milk out, |"?y matsats,
Isa. 66. ii that ye may milk out, and be delighted
MILL (stone, nether or upper)
I. Mill stones, Q?rn rechayim.
Exodn. 5 the maid servant that (is) behind the mill
Num 1 1. 8 ground (it) in mills, or beat (it) in a mor.
Dent 24. 6 No man shall take the nether . . millstone
Isa. 47. 2 Take the millstones, and grind meal : un.
Jer. 25. 10 the sound of the millstones, and the light
2.A rider, upper mill stone, 23"3 rekeb.
Dent 24. 6 no man shall take the. .upper millstone
Judg. 9. 53 cast a piece of a millstone, 2 Sa. n. 21.
3.^4 millstone, \(6os /mv\tK6s lithos muli ,Mr. 9. 42.
4. A mill, fj.i>\(ais mul m.
Matt 24. 41 Two (women shall be) grinding [at the m.J
5. A millstone turnedby an a~ss,/uii>\osovi.K6s [inufas l
Matt 1 8. 6 that [a millstone] were hanged about hit
Lukei7. 2 that [a millstone] were hanged about his
Rev. 18. 21 took up a stone like a great [millstone]
1 8. 22 the sound of a millstone shall be heard no
MILLET
Millet, corn, jrn dochan.
Eze. 4. 9 beans, and lentiles, and millet, and fitches
MILLIONS
A myriad, ten thousand, 15?"! rebabah.
Gen. 24. 60 be thou (the mother) of thousands of m.
MTL -LO, N^D, K^fO fulness.
1. A fortification near Shechem.
Judg. 9. 6 men of Shechem.. ami all the house of M.
9. 20 and devour, .the house of M.; and let fire
9. 20 men of Shechem . . from the house of M.
2. One near Jerusalem, enlarged by David and Solomon.
and wherein Joash was slain.
2 Sa. 5. 9 David built round about from M. and in.
1 Ki 9 15 to build., his own house, and M., and the
9. 24 had built for her : then did he build M.
11.27 Solomon built M.,(and) repaired thebre.
2 Ki.i2. 20 slew Joash in the house of M., which
1 Ch.n. 8 he built the city, .even from M. round
2 Ch.32. 5 and repaired M. (in) the city of David, and
MINCE, to
To mince, trip nicely, ]59 taphaph.
Isa. 3. 16 walkingandmincing(as)theygo,andmak.
MTND
1. Imagination, frame, formation, >* yetser.
Isa. 26. 3 in perfect peace, (whose) mind (is) stayed
I.Hcart, 3V leb.
Numi6. 28 (I have) not (done them) of mine own mind
24. 13 go. .to do. .good or bad of mine own mind
i Sa. 9. 20 set not thy mind on them ; for they are
Neh. 4. 6 was joined, .for the people had a mind to
MIND 662 MINISTER
Psa. 31. 12 I am forgotten asa dead man out of mind
Isa. 46. 8 bring (it) again to mind, O ye transgress.
65. 17 not be remembered, nor come into mind
Jer. 3. 16 neither shall it come to mind, neither sh.
19. 5 spake (it), neither came (it) into my mind
32. 35 neither came it into my mind, that they
44. 21 remember, .aud came it (not) into his m.
Lam. 3. 21 This I recall to my miiid, therefore have
3. Heart, ijh lebab.
Deut 30. i thou shalt call (them) to mind among all
i Ch.22. 7 it was in my mind to build an house unto
Jer. 51. 50 and let Jerusalem come into your mind
Kze. 38. 10 same time shall things come into thy mind
4. Soul, breath, sr$} nepliesh.
Gen. 23. 8 If it be your mind that I should bury my
Deut.iS. 6 come with all the desire of his mind unto
28. 65 givethee. . failing of eyes, and sorrow of m.
1 Sa. 2. 35 which (is) in mine heart and in my mind
2 Sa. 17. 8 they (be) chafed in their minds, as a bear
2 Ki. 9. 15 If itbeyourjninds. .let none go forth (nor)
i Ch.28. 9 a perfect heart and with a willing mind
Jer. 15. i my mind (could) not (be) toward this pe.
Kze. 23. 17 and her mind was alienated from them
23. 18 then my mind was alienated from her
23. 1 8 like as my mind was alienated from her
23. 22 from whom thy mind is alienated, and I
23. 28 into the hand (of them) from whom thy m.
24. 25 that whereupon they set their minds, th.
36. 5 with despiteful minds, to cast it out for
6. Mouth, nj peh .
Lev. 24. 12 that the mind of the LORD might be sho.
6. Spirit, nn much.
Gen. 26. 35 Which were a grief of mind unto Isaac
Prov. 29. ii A fool uttereth all his mind : but a wise
Eze. 11. 5 know the things that come into your m.
20. 32 that which cometh into your mind shall
Dan. 5 20 and his mind hardened in pride, he was d.
Hab. i. ii Then shall (his) mind change, and he sh.
1. Knowledge, opinion, decision, -yvci/xrj gnome.
Phm. 14 But without thy mind would I do nothing
Rev. 17. 13 These have one mind, and shall give their
8. Intellect, full or thorough mind, Sidi/ota dianoia.
Matt 22. ^7 with all thy soul, and with all thy mind
Mark 1 2. 30 with all thy soul, and with all thy mind
Lukeio. 27 with all thy strength, and with all thy m.
Kph. 2. 3 the desires of the tlesh and of the mind
Col. i. 21 enemies in (your) mind by wicked works
Heb. 8. 10 I will put my laws into their mind, and
10. 1 6 my laws . . in their minds will I write them
1 Pe. i. 13 Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind
2 Pe. 3. i I stir up your pure minds by way of rem.
9. Inner mind, purpose, evvoia. ennoia.
1 Pe. 4. i arm yourselves likewise with the same m.
10. Thought, voriua noema.
2 Co. 3. 14 theirinindswerebliuded;foruntilthisday
4. 4 hath blinded the minds of them which bel.
ii. 3 so your minds should be corrupted from
Phil. 4. 7 shall keep your hearts and minds through
1 1 . Mind, will, vovs nous.
Rom. i. 28 God gave them over to a reprobate mind
7. 23 warring against the law of my mind, and
7. 25 So then with the mind I myself serve the
11. 34 for who hath known the mind of the L. ?
12. 2 transformed oy the renewing of your mi.
14. 5 man be fully persuaded in his own mind
1 Co. 1. 10 joined together in the same mind and in
2. 16 For who hath known the mind of the Lord
2. 1 6 But we have the mind of Christ
Eph. 4. 17 ye.. walk not.. in the vanity of their mind
4. 23 be renewed in the spirit of your mind
Col. 2.18 not . . vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind
j
2 Th. 2. 2 That ye be not soon shaken in mind, or
1 Ti. 6. 5 disputings of men of corrupt minds, and
2 Ti. 3. 8 men of corrupt minds, reprobate concern.
Titu* 1.15 even their mind and conscience is defiled
Rev. 17. 9 And here (is) the mind which hath wisdom
\%.Mind, inclination,, <f>p6vTi/j.a phronema.
Rom. 8. 7 Because the carnal mind (is) enmity aga.
8. 27 kuoweth what (is) the mind of the Spirit
13..S0w , animal life, ^v\i) ps-uche.
Acts 14. 2 made their minds evil affected against the
Phil. 1.27 with oue mind striving together for the f.
Heb. 12. 3 lest ye be wearied and faint inyourmiuds
KIND, to
1. To be about, ju\\w mello.
Acts 20. 13 he appointed, minding himself to go afoot
2. To mind, will, <f>povf<a phroiieo.
Rom. 8. 5 they that are after the flesh do m ; 12. 16.
Phil. 3. 16 [same rule, let us mind the same thing]
3. 19 glory is in their shame, who mind earthly t.
[Si :.
1 also Cast, change, doubtful, fervent, forwardness,
humbleness, humility, lowliness, put in readiness,
ready, sound, wicked, willing.]
KUTD, to be in a right
To have a sou-mi mind, croxppovfcti ~>phnieO.
Mark 5. 15 see him. .clothed, aud in his right mind
Luke 8. -,5 feet of Jesus, clothed, and in his right m.
KIND, let this
TV mind this, <ppov4<a TOVTO phroneo touto.
Phil. 2. 5 l,et this [mind] be in you, which was also
KINO, to b of one or the same
To mind the same thing, rb O.VTO <f>pov4u [phr&neO].
Roni.12. i6(Be)of the same mind; *Co. 13. n, Phil + . 2.
Job 34. 33.
KIND, be according1 to
[Be] from with, cya.
KIND, to call to
To remind, put- in mind, a
Mrki4. 72 Peter called to mind the word that Jesus
KIND, of one
1. Of a like mind, o/j.6<t>pwv homophrwi.
1 Pe. 3. 8 Finally., all of one mind, having compas.
2. To mind tliesame thing, <ppoveu rb tv [phroneo],
Phil. 2. 2 the same love . . of one accord, of one mind
KIND, to put in
To remind quietly, virofj.ifj,rfiffKu hupomimnesko.
Titus 3. i Put them in mind to be subject to princ.
KIND, with one
With the like mind, 6fj.o6vfj.aS6y ho.r.olhuinadon.
Rom 15. 6 That ye may with one mind . .one mouth
KINDED, to be
1. To be with the heart, lh oy rrrr hayah im leb.
2 Ch.24. 4 Joash was minded to repair the house of
2. To wish, will, determine, fiov\ofj.at, &uv\fvofj.ai.
Matt. i. 19 Joseph . . was minded to put her away pr.
Acts 27. 39 a shore, into the which they were minded
2 Co. 1. 15 I was minded to come unto you before
1.17 When I therefore was thus [minded], did
3. To mind, set the mind on, <ppoi/fu phroneo.
Gal. 5. 10 that ye will be none otherwise minded
Phil. 3. 15 Let..bethusminded..beotherwiseniinded
KINDED, to be carnally
The mind ofthejfeslt, q>p6vij/j.a TTJJ <ra.pK&s phron.
Rom. 8. 6 For to be carnally minded (is) death ; but
KINDED, to be sober
To be of a sound mind, ffucppovew sophroneo,
Titus 2. 6 men likewise exhort to be sober minded
KINDED, to be spiritually
The mind of the spirit, <pp6vri/j.a rov irftv^aros.
Rom. 8. 6 to be spiritually minded(is) life and peace
KINDED, to be high
To be raised or puffed vp, rv<f>6o/j.ai tuphoomai.
2 Ti. 3. 4 Traitors, heady, high minded, lovers of pi.
KINDFUL (of), to be
\.To remember, be mindful of, i;j zakar.
1 Ch.i6. 15 Be ye mindful always of his covenant, the
Neh. 9.17 neither were mindful of thy wonders that
Psa. 8. 4 What is man, that thou art mindful of
in. 5 he will ever be mindful of his covenant
115. 12 The LORD hath been mindful of us : he
Isa. 17. 10 hast not been mindful of the Rock of thy
2. To remember, be mindful of, fj.ifj.y-fiffKOfj.ai mirnn.
2 Ti. i. 4 being mindful of thy tears, that I may be
Heb. 2. 6 What is man, that thou art mindful of him
2 Pe. 3. 2 That ye may be mindful of the words wh.
3. To remember, recollect, unffiOCc^M mnemoneuO.
Heb. n. 15 truly, if they had been mindful of that
MNE
I.I, I myself, ani.
Prov 23. 15 be wise, my heart shall rejoice, even mine
2. To me, > [le],
Gen. 31. 43, 48. 5 ; Exod. 13. 2, 19. 5, 34. 19, <tc.,
<fr.
3. With me, n$y \immad],
Psa. 50. ii and the wild beasts of the field (are) mine
4. To me, my, mine, ifiol (dat.) emoi.
Rom 12. 19 Vengeance (is) mine; I will repay, saith
5. Of me, my, mine, ^/tds (gen.) emos.
Matt2o. 23 is not mine to give, but . . for whom it is
John 7. 16 My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent
10. 14 and know my (sheep), and am known of m.
14. 24 the word which ye hear is not mine, but
16. 14 he shall receive of mine, and shall show(it)
16. 15 All things that the Father hath are mine
16. 15 therefore said I, that he shall take of in.
17. 10 And all mine are thine, and thine are m.
i Co. 9. 2 seal of mine apostleship are ye in the L.
9. 3 Mine answer to them that do examine me
6.0/ me, my, mine, fyov (gen.) emou.
Rom 16. 13 Salute Rufus. .and his mother and mine
1. To me. my, mine, fj.oi (dat.) moi.
Luke 9. 38 look upon my son ; for he is mine only c.
8. Of me, mine, my, /JLOV (gen.) mou.
Matt . 7. 24 whosoever heareth these sayings of mine
7. 26 every one that heareth these sayings of m.
Luke i . 44 the voice of thy salutation sounded in mine
n. 6 For a friend of mine in his journey is come
18. 3 came . . saying. Avenge me of miue adver.
19. 27 But those mine enemies, which would not
John 9. ii Jesus made clay, and anointed mine eyes
9. 15 He put clay upon mine eyes, and I washed
9. 30 a marvellous thing . . he hath opened mine
Rom. 11.13 apostle of the Gentiles,! magnify mine of.
a Co. ii. 30 I will glory of. .things which concern m.
12. 5 of myself I will not glory, but in [mine]iii.
PhiL i 4 ; Rev. 22. 16 ; Mark 9. 24 ; Luke 2. 30 ; Joha
a. 4; Acts 21. 13 ; Rom. 16. 23.
KINE own self)
\.H>t, it, aurds autos.
Lnkei9. 23 I might have required mine own with us.?
2. Of myself, iuauToS (gen.) emaMtou.
John 5. 30 I can of mine own self do nothing : as I
i Co. 4. 3 small thing, .yea, I judge not mine<rv .
10. 33 not seeking mine own proflt.but the (pni)
3. To me, my, mine, lp.6s (dat. ) emos.
Matt25- 27 I should have received miue own ; *-.> .
John 5. 30 I seek not mine own will, but the wiljf
6. 38 not to do mine own will, but the wih
1 Co. 1.15 say that I had baptized in mine own on*
16. 2 1 The salutation of (me) Paul with mil .
Gal. 6. n I have written unto you with im
Phil. 3. 9 not having mine own righteously
2 Th. 3. 17 The salutation of Paul with mine <>v n
Phm. 12 therefore receive him.that is mint
19 I Paul have written (it) with mine own.
l.Ofme, my, mine, fj.ov (gen.) mou.
John 8. 50 1 seek not miue own glory : thei
Acts 13. 22 a man after mine own heart, which s.ii
26. 4 which was at the first among mine owin
Gal. 1.14 above many m} equals in mine own nuia
BUNGLE, to
1. To mix, ty} balal.
Exod29. 40 tenth deal of flour mingled with the t>.
Lev. 2. 4 unleavened cakes of tine flour mingle .
2. 5 fine flour unleavened, mingled witl
7. 10 every meat offering mingled with oil, ut
7. 12 unleavened cakes mingled with oil, u:
7. 12 cakes mingled with oil, of fine fl<
>
9. 4anieatofferingmingled.withoil : ioi
14. 10 a meat offering, mingled with oil, and a
14. 21 one tenth deal of fine flour mingled YU
23. 13 two tenth deals of fine flour mingled ivti
Num. 6. 1 5 cakes of fine flour mingled with oil, andv
7. 13 full of fine flour mingled with oil, for
[So in v. 19, 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, 55, 61, 67, 73, 79.]
8. 8 fine flour mingled with oil, and anoth r
15. 4, 6, 9 of a tenth deal of flour mingled wi
28. 5 mingled with the fourth (part) of au h
28. 9, 12, 12 a meat offering, mingled with t
28. 138 several tenth deal of flour mingled lift
28. 20, 28 their meat offering, .of flour mingi-
29. 3, 9, 14 their meat offering, .flour mingle
2. To mix, mingle, npc masak.
Psa. 102. 9 I have, .mingled my drink with weepc
Prov. 9. 2 she hath mingled her wine ; she hath so
9. 5 drink of the wine (which) I have mincl
Isa. 5. 22 men of strength to mingle strong dri:
19. 14 The LORD hath mingled a perverse spfi-
3. To mix, mingle, fj.iyvvfj.i mignumi.
Matt 27. 34 They gave him vinegar to drink mingle
Lukei3. i whose blood Pilate had mingled with tL
Rev. 8. 7 followed hail and fire mingled with bkt
15. 2 I saw as it were a sea of glass mingled vi
JUNGLE selves, be mingled, to
1.7*0 mingle self, 2~ arab, 7.
Ezra 9. 2 the holy seed have mingled themselv
Psa.io6. 35 But were mingled among the heathen, a
2. To be mingled, i~L arab, 4.
Dan. 2. 43 they shall mingle themselves with these
KTNGLED people
The mixture, Arab, 3~y;n ha-ereb.
Jer. 25. 20 all the mingled people, and all the kia,
25. 24 all the kings of the mingled people th ^
Eze. 30. 5 Lydia, and all the mingled people, and L
KINGLED (seed)
\.Tiix> divers kinds, C?X^>? kilayim.
Lev. 19. 19 shalt not sow thy field with mingled see
19. 19 neither shall a garment mingled of lie.
2. To take or catch self, npS laqach, 7.
Exod. 9. 24 So there was hail, and fire mingled witt
KIN-IA -KIN, nyypfartvxate.
1. A Levite in the days of Hezekiah who distributed til
tithes and oblations. B.C. 724.
2 01.31. 15 next him (were) Eden, and M., and Jesnvi
2. A priest who returned with Zerubbabel, called als
Jfiaun. B.C. 450.
Xeh. 12. 17 Of Abijah, Zichri; of M.,of Moadiah, Pilti
12. 41 the priests; Eliakini,Maaseiah,M.,Michaial
KINISE. be minished, to
1. T<> diminish, withdraw^ 5-33 gara.
Exod. 5. 19 Ye shall notminish. .from your bricks I
2. To be or became little, few, eye moat.
Psa. 107. 39 are minished and brought low through oy
KINISTER
l.To split, till, serve, rhe pelach.
Ezra 7. 24 or ministers of this house of God, it sht
2. To minister, serve, rny sharath, 3.
Exod24. 13 Moses rose up, and his minister Jodm*
Josh. i. i Joshua the son of ?<"nn, Moses miniate -
1 KLio. 5 the attendance of his ministers, and the
2 Ch. 9. 4 the attendance of his ministers, and the
Ezra 8. 17 they should bring unto us ministers for c
Psa. 103. 21 (ye) ministers of his, that do his pleasa:
104. 4 Who maketh . . his ministers a flaming n
Isa. 61. 6 (men) shall call you the ministers of oc
Jer. 33. 21 the Levites the priests, my ministers
Eze 44. ii Yet they shall be ministers in my sane
45. 4 the priests the ministers of the sanctaar
45. 5 the Levites. the ministers of the houa.
46. 24 where the ministers of the house shal.
Joel i. 9 the priests, the LORD S ministers, mour
i. 13 ye ministers of the altar, .ye ministers
2. 17 Let the priests, the ministers of the Lot
MINISTER 663 MIRIAM
3. Deacon, labourer, ministrant, SiaKovos diakonos.
Matt 20. 26 great among you, let him be your minister
Markio. 43 be great among you, shall be your minis.
Rom. 13. 4 For he is the minister of God tothee for
13. 4 for he is the minister of God, a revenger
15. 8 Christ was a minister of the circumcision
1 Co. 3. 5 but minister by whom ye believed, even
2 Co. 3. 6 Who also hath made us able ministers of
6. 4 approving ourselves as the ministers of G.
n. 15 (it is) no great thing if his ministers also
ii. 15 transformed as the ministers of
ii. 23 Are they ministers of Christ? I speak as
Gal. 2. 17 (is) therefore Christ the minister of sin?
Eph. 3. 7 Whereof I wasmadeaminister.according
6. 21 a beloved brother and faithful minister
Col. i. 7 who is for you a faithful minister of Chr.
i. 23 gospel, .whereof I Paul am made a mini.
i. 25 Whereof I am made a minister, according
4. 7 a beloved brother, and a faithful minister
i Th. 3. 2 [our brother, and minister of God, and]
i Ti. 4. 6 thou shalt be a good minister of Jesus C.
4. Public worker, or labourer, \ftrovpy6s leitourgos. Bom 13. 6 they are God s ministers, attending cont.
15. 16 That I should be the minister of Jesus C.
Heb. i. 7 Who maketh.. his ministers a flame of fire
8. 2 A minister of the sanctuary.and of the true
6.An under rower, assistant, virnpfTTjs huperetes.
Luke i. 2 eye witnesses, and ministers of the word
4. 20 gave (it) again to the minister, and sat d.
Acts 13. 5 and they had also John to (their) minister
26. 1 6 make thee a minister and a witness both
1 Co. 4. i so account of us as of the ministers of C.
MINISTER (to or unto), to
\.To minister, v^y shemash, 3.
Dan. 7. 10 thousand thousands ministered unto him
2.T0 minister, serve, Try? sharath, 3.
Exod28. 35 And it shall be upon Aaron to minister
28. 43 they come near unto the altarto minister
29. 30 when he cometh. .to minister in the holy
30. 20 when they come near to the altar tomin.
35. 19 The cloths, .toministerin the priest s offl.
39. 26 round about the hem of the robe to mini.
39. 41 The cloths, .to minister in the priest s offl. Hum i . 50 they shall minister unto it, and shall
3. 6 priest, that they may minister unto him
3. 31 wherewith they minister, and the hanging
4. 9 oil vessels . . wherewith they minister unto
4. 12 wherewith they minister in the sanctuary
4. 14 wherewith they minister about it. .censers
8. 26 But shall minister with their brethren in
16. 9 the congregation to minister unto them
18. 2 may be joined unto thee, and minister unto
Deut 10. 8 to stand before the LORD to minister unto
17. 12 the priest thatstandeth to minister there
18. 5 to stand to minister in the name of the L.
18. 7 Then . . shall minister in the name of the L.
21. 5 LORD thyGod hath chosen to minister unto
j Sa. 2. ii the child did minister unto the LORD be.
2.18 But Samuel ministered before the LORD
3. i the child Samuel ministered unto the LORD
2 Sa. 13. 1 7 he called his servant that ministered unto
iKi. i. 4 cherished the king, and ministered to him
i. 15 Abishag the Shunammite ministered unto
8. ii the priests could not stand to ministerbec.
19. 21 went after Elijah, and ministered unto
2Ki. 25. 14 the vessels of brass wherewith they mi.
1 Ch. 6. 32 they ministered before the dwelling place
15. 2 to carry the ark of God, and to minister
16. 4 to minister before the ark of the LORD
16. 37 to minister before the ark continually, as
23. 13 to minister unto him, and to bless in his
26.12 men . . to minister in the house of the LORD
28. i captains of the companies that ministered
3 Ch. 5. 14 the priests could not stand to minister by
8. 14 to praise and minister before the priests
13. 10 the priests, which minister unto the LORD
22. 8 the brethren of Ahaziah, that ministered
23. 6 and they that minister of the Levites
29. ii thatye should minister unto him,and burn
31. 2 to minister, and to give thanks, and to p.
Neh. 10. 36 priests that minister in the house of our
10. 39 the priests that minister, and the porters
Estli. 2. 2 said the king s servants that ministered u.
6. 3 said the king s servants that ministered u.
Isa. 60. 7 rams of Nebaioth shall minister unto thee
60. 10 their kings shall minister unto thee ; for
Jer. 33. 22 David, .and the Levites thatministerunto
52. 18 vessels ofbrass wherewith they ministered
Eze. 40. 46 whichcomeneartotheLoRDtoministeru.
42. 14 shall lay their garments wherein they m.
43. 19 to minister unto me, saith the Lord GOD
44. ii ministering to the house, .to minister unto
44. 12 Because they ministered unto them before
44. 15 they shall come near tome to minister unto
44. 16 shall come near to my table, to minister
44. 17 whiles they minister in the gates of the
44. 19 off their garments wherein they ministered
44. 27 to minister in the sanctuary, he shall offer
45. 4 which shall come near to minister unto
3. Ministry, n~\y shareth.
2 Ch.24. 14 were made .. vessels to minister, and to
4.To act as a deacon, serve, SiaKovew diakoneo.
Matt. 4. ii angels came and ministered unto him
8. 15 and she arose, and ministered unto them
20. 28 not to be ministered unto, but to minister
25. 44 in prison, and did not minister unto thee?
27- 55 which followed Jesus, .ministering unto
Mark 1.13 tempted . . and the angels ministered unto
Mark i. 31 fever left her, and she ministered unto fch.
10. 45 not to be ministered unto, but to minister
15. 41 followed him, and ministered unto him
Luke 4. 39 immediately she arose and ministered unto
8. 3 which ministered unto him of their subs.
Acts 19. 22 sent, .two of them that ministered unto
Rom is- 25 I go unto Jerusalem to minister unto the
2 Co. 3. 3 to be the epistle of Christ ministered by
2 Ti. 1. 18 in how many things he ministered unto
Phm. 13 he might have ministered tinto me in the
Heb. 6. 10 ye have ministered to the saints.and do m.
1 Pe. i. 12 they did minister the things which are
4. 10 minister the same one to another, as good
4. 1 1 if any man minister, (let him do it) as of
5. Unto ministration, fls StaKoviav eis diakonian.
Heb. i . 1 4 spirits, sent forth to minister for them who
6. To give, SiSu/j.1 didomi.
Eph. 4. 29 that it may minister grace unto the hea.
7. To supply, tTTtxoprjyfta epichoregeo.
2 Co. 9. 10 Now he that ministereth seed to the sower
Gal. 3. 5 He therefore that ministereth to you the
2 Pe. i . ii For so an entrance shall be ministered unto
8. To work as a priest, Ifpovpyfat hierourgeo. Rom 15. 16 ministering the gospel of God, that the
9. To work publicly, \firovpytta leitourgeo.
Acts 13. 2 As they ministered to the Lord, and fas.
Rom. 15. 27 their duty is also to minister unto them
Heb. 10. ii every priest standeth daily ministering
10. To hold alongside, irapexo parecho.
1 Ti. i. 4 endless genealogies, which minister que.
11. To act as an under rmver, assist, virypeTeu.
Acts 20. 34 these hands have ministered unto my nee.
24. 23 forbid none of his acquaintance to minis.
12. To supply, (lead the chorus), xopyyeca choregeo.
2 Co. 9. 10 bothministerbreadfor(your)food,andm.
MINISTER about, to
To work, ipya.^op.a.1 ergazomai.
i Co. 9. 13 that they which minister about holy things
MINISTER judgment, to
To judge, plead, strive, decide, jn din.
Psa. 9. 8 he shall minister judgment to the people
MINISTERED (nourishment)
I. Public worker or servant, \eirovpy6s leitourgos.
Phil. 2. 25 your messenger, and he that ministered
2.To supply, (lead the chorus), tirixopriyew epichor.
Col. 2. 19 having nourishment ministered, and knit
MINISTERING
1. Service, rniaK.abodah.
1 Ch. 9. 28 had the charge of the ministering vessels
^.Ministration, Siaxovla diakonia.
Rom 12. 7 (let us wait) on (our) ministering; or he
2 Co. 8. 4 the fellowship of the ministering to the s.
9. i For as touching the ministering to the sa.
3. Liturgical, working publicly, \ftrovpyiKos.
Heb. 1. 14 Are they not all ministering spirits, sent
MINISTRATION
I. Ministration, SiaKovia diakonia.
Acts 6. i were neglected in the daily ministration
2 Co. 3. 7 But if the ministration of death, written
3. 8 How shall not the ministration of the sp.
3. 9 For if the ministration of condemnation
3. 9 much more doth the ministration of righ.
9. 13 Whiles by the experiment of this ministra.
2,Public work, \etrovpyia leitourgia.
Luke i. 23 as soon as the days of his ministratioi
MINISTRY
\.Hand, T yad.
2 Ch. 7. 6 when David praised by their ministry ; an d
Hos. 12. 10 I have also spoken., by the ministry of the
^.Ministry, rn^ shareth.
Num. 4. 12 shall take all the instruments of ministry
3. Ministration, Sianovta diakonia.
Acts 1.17 and had obtained part of this ministry
i. 25 That he may take part of this ministry
6. 4 to prayer, and to the ministry of the word
12. 25 when they had fulfilled (their) ministry
20. 24 finish my course with joy, and the minis.
21. 19 wrought among the Gentiles by his min.
Rom 12. 7 Or ministry, (let us wait), .or he that tea.
1 Co. 1 6. 15 have addicted themselves to the ministry
2 Co. 4. i seeing we have this ministry, as we have
5. 1 8 hath given to us the ministry of reconcil.
6. 3 no offence, .that the ministry be not bla.
Eph. 4. 12 for the work of the ministry, for the edi.
Col. 4. 17 Take heed to the ministry which thou
1 Ti. i. 12 counted, .faithful, putting me into the m.
2 Ti. 4. 5 watch thou .. make full proof of thy mini.
4. ii for he is profitable to me for the ministry
^.Public work, \eirovpyla leitourgia.
Heb. 8. 6 hath he obtained a more excellent minis.
9. 21 sprinkled, .all the vessels of the ministry
MINISTRY, service of the
Service, rniaji abodah.
Num. 4/47 that came to do the service of the ministry
MIN -NI, jp.
The district of Manavas in the centre of later Armenia,
near Ararat.
Jer. 51. 27 the kingdoms of Ararat, M., and Ashche.
MIN -NITH, n>? distribution.
A city in the E. of Ammon, four miles from Heshbon,
on the way to Philadelphia, whence grain was taken by
merchants to Tyre.
Judgn. 33 till thou come to M., (even) twenty cities
Eze. 27. 17 they traded in thy market wheat of M.
MINSTREL
I. To play on a stringed instrument, fy nagan, 3.
2 Ki. 3. 15 bring me a minstrel .. when the minstrel
2.Pijjer, auATjTTjs auletes.
, Matt. 9. 23\aw the minstrels and the people making
MINT ^^ Mint, afragrmit herb, rjSvofffj.ov heduosmon.
Matt 23. 23 ye pay tithe of mint and anise and cummin
Luken. 42 ye tithe mint and rue, and all manner of
MIPH -KAD, 1J3CO appointed place.
Gate of Jerusalem or of the temple, nearthe S.E. corner.
Neh. 3.31 over against the gate M., and to the going
MIRACLE
1.^4 sign, niN oth.
Numi4. 22 my miracles which I did in Egypt and in
Deut ii. 3 his miracles, and his acts, which he did
2. Miracle, wonder, sign, type, ncin mopheth.
Exod. 7. 9 Show a miracle for you : then thou shalt
Deut 29. 3 temptations . . the signs, and those great m.
3. To be wonderful, tth$ pala, 2.
Judg. 6. 13 where (be) all his miracles which our fa.
4.Act ofpower, Suva/us dunamis.
Mark 9. 39 no man, which shall do a miracle in my
Acts 2. 22 approved of God among you by miracles
8. 13 beholding the miracles and signs which
19. ii God wrought special miracles by the ha.
i Co. 12. 10 To another the working of miracles; to
12. 28 thirdly, teachers, after that miracles, then
Gal. 3. 5 therefore that .. worketh miracles among
Heb. 2. 4 with divers miracles, and gifts of the Holy
5.A sign, ai\^1ov semeion.
Luke23. 8 he hoped to have seen some miracle done
John 2. n This beginning of miracles did Jesus in Ca.
2. 23 when they saw the miracles which he did
3. 2 no man can do these miracles that thou
4. 54 This (is) again the second miracle . . Jesus
6. 2 they saw his miracles which he did on
6. 14 when they had seen the miracle that Jesua
6. 26 not because ye saw the miracles, but be.
7.31 will he do more miracles than these which
9. 16 can a man that is a sinner do such miracles
10. 41 unto him, and said, John did no miracle?
11. 47 What do we? for this man doeth many m.
12. 1 8 that they heard that he had done this m.
12. 37 though he had done so many miracles be.
Acts 4. 16 for that indeed a notable miracle hath
4. 22 on whom this miracle of healing was sh.
6. 8 did great wonders and miracles among
8. 6 hearing and seeing the miracles which he
15. 12 declaring what miracles and wonders God
Rev. 13. 14 by. .those miracles which he had power
1 6. 14 they are the spirits of devils, working m.
19. 20 the false prophet that wrought nuracl es
MIRACLES, workers of
Power ; (pi.) pmoers, Svvauts dunamis.
1 Co. 12. 29 (are) all teachers? (are) all workers of m.?
MIRE
I. Mire, pi bots.
Jer. 38. 22 thy feet are sunk in the mire, .they are
2. Mire, nya bitstsah.
Job 8. ii Can the rush grow up without mire? can
3. Heap, clay, inn chomer.
Job 30. 19 He* hath cast me into the mire, and I am
Isa. 10. 6 to tread them down like the mire of the
i.Mud, mire, B 9 tit.
2 Sa. 22. 43 I did stamp them as the mire of the street
Job 41. 30 spreadeth sharp pointed things on the m. ,
Psa. 69. 14 Deliver me out of the mire, and let me not
Jer. 38. 6 but mire, so Jeremiah sunk in the mire
Mic. 7. 10 shall she be trodden down as the mire of
Zech. 9. 3 and fine gold as the mire of the streets
10. 5 tread down (their enemies) in the ntfa-e of
5.Mire, Ji; yaven.
Psa. 69. 2 I sink in deep mire, where, .no standing
f>. Filth, mire, v*ft rephes.
Isa. 57. 20 sea. .whose waters cast up mire and dirt
7.Mire, filth, fidpftopos borboros.
2 Pe. 2. 22 was washed to her wallowing in the mire
MI-RI -AM, o;-)9/a<, thick, strong.
1. The elder sister of Aaron and Moses; she watched over
Moses, sang at the Red Sea, murmured against Moses,
and was smitten with leprosy. B.C. 1578-1460.
Exod1 5. 20 AndM. the prophetess, the sister of Aaron
15. 21 And M. answered them, Sing yeto theL.
Numi2. i And M. and Aaron spake against Moses
12. 4 And the LORD spake..unto M., Come out
12. 5 called Aaron and M : and they both came
12. 10 behold, M. (became) leprous, (white) as B.
12. 10 Aaron looked upon M., and behold, (she
MIRMA 664 MIZAR
Numi2. 15 And XI. was shut out from the camp seven
12. 15 the people journeyed not till M. was bro.
20. i the people abode in Kadesh; and XI. died
26. 59 she bare unto Anirain . . XI. their sister
lit- nt . 4. 9 Remember what the LORD, .did unto M.
i Ch. 6. 3 the children of Arnram ; Aaron . .and M.
Mic. 6. 4 I sent before thee Moses, Aaron, and M.
2. A daughter of Ezra of the tribe of Judah.
t Ch. 4. 17 she bare XL, and Shammai, and Ishbah
MTR -MA, -iyip height,
A son of Shaharaim, a Benjamite. 11 c 1353.
i Ch. 8. 10 Jeuz, and Shachia, aud M. These (were)
MIRTH
1. ///> rejoicing, bijyy masos.
Isa. 24. 8 The mirth of tabrets ceaseth, the noise of
24. ii all joy is darkened, the mirth of the land
Hos. 2. 1 1 I will also cause all her mirth to cease, her
2. Rejoicing, joy, gladness, mirth, nriptf simchah.
Gen. 31. 27 that I might have sent thee away with m.
Neh. 8. 12 to send portions, and to make great mirth
Psa. 137. 3 they that wasted us (required of us) mirth
I rnv 14. 13 and the end of that mirth (is) heaviness
Eccl. 2. i Go to now, I will prove thee with mirth
2. 2 I said of laughter, .and of mirth, What d.
7. 4 the heart of fools (is) in the house of m.
8. 15 Then I commended mirth, because a man
Z.Joy, rejoicing, gladness, ^uy sason.
Jer. 7. 34 voice of mirth, and the voice of gladness
16. 9 voice of mirth, and the voice of gladness
25. 10 voice of mirth, and the voice of gladness
MIRTH, to make
To enjoy, rejoice, wv, iff iF, sis, sus.
Eze. 21. loit is furbished.. should we then make m.?
MIRY (place)
1 . Mire, ny? bitstsali.
Eze. 47. ii the miry places thereof, and themarishes
I.Mire, mud, JT? tin.
Dan. 2. 41, 43 thou sawest the iron mixed with miry
S.Afire, jv yaven.
Psa. 40. 2 He brought me up. .out of the miry clay
MISCARRY, to
To bereave, cause to miscarry, Sbjp shakol, 5.
Hos. 9. 14 give them a miscarrying womb and dry b.
MISCHIEF
I. Iniquity, vanity, JIK aven.
Psa. 36. 4 He deviseth mischief upon his bed : he s.
55. 10 mischief also and sorrow (are) in the midst
Eze. ii. 2 these (are) the men that devise mischief
2.Mischief, injury, J
IDK ason.
Gen. 42. 4 Lest peradventure mischief befall him
42. 38 if mischief befall him by the way in the
44. 29 and mischief befall him, ye shall bring d.
Exodzi. 22 so that her fruit depart, .yet no mischief
21. 23 if . .mischief follow, then thou shalt give
3. Mischief, calamity, .ijn hawah.
Psa. 52. 2 thy tongue deviseth mischiefs ; like a sh.
4. Mischief, accident, nil hovah.
Isa. 47. ii mischief shall fall upon thee; thou shalt
Eze. 7. 26 Mischief shall come upon mischief, and
5. Wicked thought or device, nr?T zimmah.
Psa. 26. 10 In whose hands (is) mischief, and their ri.
119. 150 They draw nigh that follow after mischi.
Prov.io. 23 (Itis)assport to a fool to do mischief : but
6. Perversity, punishment for iniquity, jiy avon.
a Ki. 7. 9 some mischief will come upon us : now
7 Labour, perverseness, misery, Syy amal.
Job 15. 35 They conceive mischief, and bring forth
Psa. 7. 14 conceived mischief, and brought forth fa.
7. 16 His mischief shall return upon his own h.
10. 7 under his tongue (is) mischief and vanity
10. 14 for thou beholdest mischief and spite, to
94. 20 throne. . which frameth mischief by a law
140. 9 let the mischief oftheirownlipscoverthe.
Prov 24. 2 studieth. .and their lips talk of mischief.
Isa. 59. 4 they conceive mischief,and bring forth in.
. Evil, wrong, JTJ ra.
Exod32. 12 For mischief did he bring them out, to
37. 22 the people, that they (are set) on mischief
Dent 32. 23 I will heap mischiefs upon them ; I will
i Sa. 23. 9 knewthatSaul secretly practised mischief
a Sa. 16. 8 thou (art taken) in thy mischief, because
i Ki. ii. 25 besides themischiefthatHadad(did):and
20. 7 and see how this (man) seeketh mischief
Neh. 6. 2 But they thought to do me mischief
Esjth. 8. 3 to put away the mischief of Haman the A.
Psa. 28. 3 speak peace., mischief (is) in their hearts
52. i Why boastest thou thyr ;lf in mischief, O
140. 2 Which imagine mischiefs in (their) heart
Prov. 6. 14 he deviseth mischief continually; he so.
6. 1 8 feet that be swift in running to mischief
11. 27 he that seeketh mischief, it shall come
12. 21 hut the wicked shall be filled with misch.
13. 17 A wicked messenger falleth into mischief
17. 20 a perverse tongue falleth into mischief
24. 16 but the wicked shall fall into mischief
28. 14 hardeneth his heart shall fall into misch.
Dan. ii. 27 these king s hearts (shall be) to do misch.
Hos. 7. 15 yet do they imagine mischief against me
"y.Sasy work, craftiness, pa&iuvpyia. rhadiourqia,
Acts 13. 10 O full of all sublilty and all mischief
MISCHIEF, to do or imagine
1.7V> do evil, yyi raa, 5.
Prov. 4. it; sleep not, except they have douemischief
2. To devise mischief, nnn hathath, 3a.
Psa. 62. 3 How long will ye imagine mischief against
MISCHIEVOUS (device or thing)
\.Mischiff, calamity, nyj hawah.
Psa. 38. 12 that seek my hurt speak mischievous th.
Mic. 7. 3 uttereth his mischievous desire : so they
2. Wicked device, n^in mezimmah.
Psa. 21. ii For. .they imagined amischievous device
Prov 24. 8 to do evil shall be called a mischievous
3. Evil, bad, sad, wrong, j,n ra.
Eccl. 10. 13 the end of his talk (is) mischievous mad.
MISERABLE, that it in misery, mot
1. Laborious, perverse, miserable, S^ amal.
Job 16. 2 I have heard., miserable comforters (are)
2. Labouring, perverse, miserable, ^?y amel.
Job 3. 20 is light given to him that is in misery
3.An object for kindness, ^ \tfiv6s eleeinos.
i Co. 15. 19 in this life, .we are of all men most mis.
Rev. 3 17 thou art wretched, and miserable, and
MISERABLY -
Evilly, KUKWS kakos.
Mattn. 41 He will miserably destroy those wicked
MISERY
I. Miserable, mourning, imp marud.
Lam. i. 7 remembered in the days, .of her miseries
3 . 19 Remembering . my misery, the wormwood
2. Labour, perverseness, misery, ^ijy amal.
Judgto. :6 his soul was grieved for the misery of Is.
Job ii. 16 Because thou shalt forget (thy) misery
Prov 31. 7 forget his poverty, and remember his m.
3. Evil, yi ra.
Eccl. 8. 6 thereforethemiseryofman(is)greatupon
4. Grievous misery, raKanrupia talaiporia.
Rom. 3. 16 Destructionandmisery(are)intheirways
Jas. 5. i howl for your miseries that shall come
MIS -OAB, inifsn the high land.
The mountainous country of Moab.
Jer. 48. i thus saith the LORD. .M. is confounded
MI-SHA -EL, W9 who is what God is 1
1. A son of Uzziel, son of Kohath. B.C. 1452.
Exod. 6. 22 the sons of Uzziel ; M., and Elzaphan, and
Lev. 10. 4 Moses called M. and Elzaphan, the sons
2. One who stood beside Ezra when he read the law.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 4 on his left hand, Pedaiah, and M.,andM.
3. A companion of Daniel, also called Meshek. B.C.
607.
Dan. i. 6 among these were. .Hananiah, M., and
i. 7 he gave, .(the name), .to M., of Meshach
i. ii had set over Daniel, Hananiah, M., and
1. 19 none like Daniel, Hananiah, M., and Az.
2. 17 Daniel, .made the thing known to. .M.
MISH -AM, cyyo impetuous, haste, fame.
A Benjamite, son of Elpaal. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. 12 The sons of Elpaal ; Eber, and M., and 8.
MISH-E -AL, MISH -AL, ^9 depression.
A Levitical city in Asher, near Amad.
Josh 19. 26 Alammelech, and Amad, and XI. ; and
21. 30 of the tribe of Asher, M. with her suburbs
MISH -MA. yqyo fame.
A son of Ishmael, son of Hagar. B.C. 1846.
Gen. 25. 14 And M., and Dumah, and Massa
i Ch. i. 30 XI., and Dumah, Massa, Hadad, and Tema
4. 25 Shallum his son, Mibsam his son, M. his
4. 26 sons of M. ; Hamuel his son, Zacchur his
MISH-MAN -NAH, >}!??!? strength, vigour.
A Gadite that joined David in Ziklag. B.C. 1058.
i Ch.i2. 10 XI. the fourth, Jeremiah the fifth
MISH-RA-ITES, yi^O.
A family of Kirjath jearim.
i Ch. 2. 53 the Shumathites, and the XI. : of them c
MIS-PE -RETH, n-jBp-3 writing.
The person called Mispar in Ezra 2 2, who returned
with Zerubbabel. B.C. 538.
Neh 7. 7 Who came with Zerubbabel, Jeshua. .XI.
MIS-RE-PHOTH MA -IM, D;Q rtiBlf? burning waters.
A city E. of Sidon ; same as Zarephath.
Josh ii. 8 chased them unto . XI., and unto the va.
13. 6 the hill country from Lebanon unto M.
MISS, to
1. To err, sin, miss, K$n chata, 5.
Judg 20. 16 sling stones at an hair, .and not miss
2. To inspect, look after, ip9 paqad.
i Sa. 20. 6 If thy father at all miss me, then say, D.
25. 15 neither missed we anything, as long as we
MISSED, MISSING, to be
To inspect, look after, ip$ paqad, 2.
i Sa. 20. 1 8 thou shalt be missed, because thy seat will
25. 7 neitherwasthereoughtmissinguntothem
25. 21 so that nothing was missed of all that
i Ki. 20. 39 if by any means he be missing, then shall
MIST
1. Mist, vapour, "iht ed.
Gen. 2. 6 there went up a mist from the earth, and
2.Thick mist, foij, a.\\vs achlus.
Acts 13. ii immediately there fell on him a mist and
3. Thick darkness, blackness, 4<f>os zophos.
a Pe. a. 17 to whom the mist of darkness is reserved
MISTRESS
I. Lady, moner, n^H,3 baalah.
1 Ki. 17. 17 the son of. .the mistress of the house, fell
Nah. 3. 4 the mistress of witchcrafts, that selleth
I.Mislress, mighty one, rrpa gebereth.
Gen. 16. 4 her mistress was despised in her eyes
16. 8 I flee from the face of my mistress Sarai
1 6. 9 Return to thy mistress, and submit thy.
2 Ki. 5. 3 she said unto her mistress, Would God my
Psa. 123. 2 eyes of a maiden unto the hand of her m.
Prov 30. 23 an handmaid that is heir to her mistress
Isa. 24. 2 as with the maid, so with her mistress
MISUSE, to
To show self a deceiver, yyn taa, la.
2 011.36. 16 misused his prophets, until the wrath of
MITE
A lepton, (tenth of a penny), \tvruv Icpton.
XIarki2. 42 she threw in two mites, which make a f.
Lukei2. 59 not.. till thou hast paid the very last mite
21. 2 poor widow casting in thither two mites
MTTH -CAH, fiBps sweet place.
The 24th station of Israel from Egypt, and the 13111 from
Sinai, in Arabia the rocky.
Nuni33. 28 removed from Tarah, and pitched in XI.
33. 29 they went from XI., and pitched in Hash.
MITH KITE, WP.
Patronymic of Joshaphat, one of David s valiant men.
B. C. 1048.
i Ch.ir. 43 son of Xlaachah, and Joshaphat the XI.
MTTH-RE -DATH, irnnp gioen by Mithra, i.e. sun.
1. The treasurer of Cyrus king of Persia. B.C. 536.
Ezra i. 8 by the hand of XI. the treasurer, and nu.
2. An enemy of the Jews in the days of Artaxerxes king
of Persia. B.C. 522.
Ezra 4. 7 in the days of Artaxerxes wrote . . XI., Tab.
MITRE
\.A mitre, npjsp mitsnepheth.
Exod28. 4 a broidered coat, a mitre, and a girdle
28 37 blue lace, that it may be upon the mitre
28. 37 upon the forefront of the mitre it shall be
28. 39 thou shalt make the mitre (of) fine linen
29. 6 And thou shalt put the mitre upon his h.
29. 6 and put the holy crown upon the mitre
39. 28 a mitre(of)ftne linen, and goodly bonnets
39. 31 lace to fasten (it) on high upon the mitre
Lev. 8. 9 And he put the mitre upon his head; also
8. 9 also upon the mitre . . upon his fore front
16. 4 with the linen mitre shall he be attired
2. Diadem, hood. <py tsaniph.
Zech. 3. 5 Let them set a fair mitre upon his head
3. 5 So they set a fair mitre upon his head, and
MI-TY-LE -NE, McnA-rji Tj.
The capital city of Lesbos, in the ^gean Sea, birthplace
of Sappho, Alcseus, Pittacus, Ac. ; now Castro and
Mitylen.
Acts 20. 14 at Assos, we took him in, and came to M.
MIX self, to
To mix self, SV? balal, 7-7.
Hos. 7. 8 Ephraim, he hath mixed himself among
MIXED with), to be
1.7*0 mix, Sn? mahal.
Isa. i. 22 Thy silver is. dross, thy wine mixed with
2.7*0 mingle, 3T2, arab, 3.
Dan. 2. 41 thou sawest the iron mixed with miry c.
2. 43 whereas thou sawest iron mixed withmiry
3. To mingle self, i~*y. arab, 4.
Dan. 2. 43 not cleave, .even as iron is not mixed with
1. Mingled crowd, 3"yj
ereb.
Exodi2. 38 a mixed multitude went up also with them
Neh. 13. 3 separated from Israel all the mixed mul.
5. To mix, mingle with, o-uyKfpavt vut siiykerannumi.
Heb. 4. 2 not being mixed with faith in them that
MIXTURE
1. Mixture, T]9 mesfk.
Psa. 75.
2. Mixture, piyna. migma.
John 19. 39 brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, ab.
MIXTURE, without
Unmixed, &KPO.TOS akratos.
Rev. 14. 10 which is poured out without mixture into
MIZ -AR, -ysJ? little, small.
A hill near Hermon.
Psa. 42. 6 therefore will I remember, .the hill M.
,
.
8 it is full of mixture ; and he poureth oat
MIZPAH 665 MOCK
JEZ -PAH, MIZ -PEH, n^p, n^p, watch-tower.
\. A city of Gad in Gilead, called also Galecd and ./c0artahadntlia.
Gen. 31. 49 And M.; for he said, The LORD watch be.
Judg 10. 17 the children of Israel, .encamped in M.
ii. ii iiudJephthahutteredall his words., in M.
ii. 29 Jephthath.. passed over M. of Gilead, and
ii. 29 from M. of Gilead he passed over (unto)
ii. 34 Jephthah came to M. unto his house, and
2. A valley in Manasseh, at Mount Hermon.
Josh. ii. 3 Hivite under Hermon in the land of M.
ii. 8 and chased them, .unto the valley of M.
3. A city in the plain of Judah, near Dilean and Gilgal,
unl Geba.
Josh 15. 38 And Dilean, and M., and Joktheel
Judgzo. i the children of Israel wentout. .unto. .M.
20. 3 the children of Israel were gone up to M.
21. i the men of Israel had sworn in M. , saying
21. 5 him that came not up to the LORD to M.
21. 8 came not up to M. to the LORD? And, be.
1 Sa. 7. 5 Samuel said, Gather all Israel to M., and
7. 6 they gathered together to M., and drew
7. 6 Samuel judged the children of Israel in M.
7. 7 children of Israel were gathered . .to M.
7. ii the men of Israel went out of M., and p.
7. 12 Samuel., set(it) between M. and Shen, and
7 . 1 6 he went .. in circuit to Bethel . . an d M. , and
10. 17 Samuel called the people together . .toM.
2 Ki. 25. 23 there came toGedaliahto M.,even Ishm.
25. 25 the Chaldees that were with him at M.
2 Ch. 16. 6 and he built therewith Geba and M.
Jer. 40. 6 Then went Jeremiah, .to M., and dwelt
40. 8 Then they came to Gedaliah to M., even
40. 10 As for me, behold, I will dwell at M., to
40. 12 all the Jews returned, .unto M., and gat.
40. 13 Moreover Johan. . .came to Gedaliah to M.
40 15 Then Johanan .. spake to Gedaliah in M.
41. i Ishmael..came..to M., and there they did
41. i and there they did eat bread together in M.
41. 3 Ishmael also slew. .Gedaliah, at M., and
41. 6 And Ishmael . . went forth from M. to meet
41. 10 the residue of the people that (were) in M.
41. 10 and all the people that remained in M.
41. 14 Ishmael had carried away captive fromM.
41. 1 6 all the remnant of the people, .from M.
Hos. 5. i ye have been a snare on M., and a net spr.
4. A city in Benjamin, near Chephirah, on- hour from
Rama, and now called Neby Samuil.
Josh.iS. 26 And M., and Chephirah, and Mozah
i Ki.is. 22 king Asa built with them Geba. .and M.
Neh. 3. 7 the men of Gibeon and of M., unto the th.
6. A city in Moab.
i Sa. 22. 3 David went thence to M. of Moab : and he
6. A city or district of part of which Shallum was ruler.
Neh. 3. 15 repaired Shallun. . .the ruler of part of M.
7. A place of which Ezer son of Jeshua was ruler.
Neh. 3. 19 Ezer the son of Jeshua, the ruler of M.
BUZ -PAX, -!PB writing.
\ chief man who returned with Zerubbabel, B.C. 538;
called in Neh. 7. 7 Mispereth.
Ezra 2. 2 Which came with Zerubbabel . . M. , Bigvai
MIZ-RA -IM, C^D.
The second son of Ham, and father of Ludim, &c.; his
descendants in Egypt. B.C. 2300.
Gen. 10. 6 the sonsof Ham ; Cush, and M., and Phut
jo. 13 And M. begat Ludim, and Anamini, and
i Ch. i. 8 The sonsof Ham; Cush, and M., Put, ami
i. ii And M. begat Ludim, and Anamini, and
JUZ -ZAH, nnj terror, joy.
Son of Keuel son of Esau, one of the dukes of Edom.
.B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 13 these (are) the sons of Reuel; Nahath. .M.
36. 17 these (are) the sons of Reuel. .duke M.
i Ch. i. 37 The sons of Reuel; Nahath. Zerah. .audM.
MNA -SON, Mvda-ui/.
A native of Cyprus, an aged disciple with whom Paul
lodged on his last visit to Jerusalem.
Acts 21. 16 brought with them one M. of Cyprus, an
MO -AB, 2NO water of a father.
l.Son of Lot and his elder daughter. B.C. 1897.
Gen. 19. 37 And the first tjorn. .called his name M.
2. His place and race, in the S.E. of Judah, and E. of
the Salt Sea, and S. of Reuben. Its chief places are
Ar, the Arnon, Bamoth Baal, Beer, Elim, Beth-Diblathaim,
Dibon or Dimon, Eglaim, Eglath-shelishiya,
Horonaim, Kirjathaim, Kirjath-huzoth, Kir-haraseth,
-haresh, -heres, Kir-Moab, Luhith, Medeba, Kimrim or
Nimrah, Nobah or Nophah, Hap-Pisgah, Hap-Peor
^Shaveh-Kariathaim, Zophim, Zoar, &c.
Gen. 36. 35 Bedad, who smote Midiau in the field of M.
Exodi 5. J5 the mighty men of M., trembling shall
Nuni2i. ii the wilderness which (is) before M., tow.
21. 13 Arnon (is) the border of M., between M,
21. 15 And at the stream, .upon the border of M.
21. 20 the valley, that (is) in the country of M.
ci. 26 had fought against the former king of M.
21. 28 it hath consumed Ar of M., (and) the lords
21. 29 Woe to thee, M. ! thou art undone, O peo.
22. i pitched in the plains of M. on this side J.
22. 3 And M. was sore afraid of the people, be.
22. 3 and M. was distressed because of the chil.
22. 4 And M. said unto the elders of Midian
22. 7 the elders of M. and the elders of Midian
22. 8 and the princes of M. abode with Balaam
84
Nuni22. io Balak the son of Zippor, king of M., hath
22. 14 the princes of M. rose up, and they went
22. 21 And Balaam., went with the princes of M.
22. 36 he went out to meet him unto a city of M.
23. 6 he stood . . he, and all the princes of M.
23. 7 Balak the kingof M. hath brought me from
23. 17 he stood.,and the princes of M. with him
24. 17 shall smite the corners of M.,and destroy
25. i commit whoredom. . the daughters of M.
26. 3 the priest spake with them in . . M., by Jo.
26. 63 the plains of M. by Jordan (near) Jericho
31. 12 the plains of M., which (are) by Jordan
33. 44 pitched in Ije-abarim, in the border of M.
33.48 and pitched in the plains of M. , by Jordan
33. 49 they pitched by Jordan, .in the plains ofM.
33. 50 the plains of M., by Jordan (near) Jericho
35. i the plains of M. by Jordan (near) Jerir-ho
36. 13 the plains of M. by Jordan (near) Jericho
Deut. i. 5 On this side Jordan, in the land of M., be.
2. 8 passed by the way of the wilderness of M.
2. 1 8 Thou art to pass over, .the coast of M.
29. i the children of Israel in the land of M.
32. 49 mount Nebo, which (is) in the land of M.
34. i Moses went up from the plains of M. unto
34. 5 So Moses, .died there in the land of M.
34. 6 buried him in a valley in the land of M.
34. 8 Israel wept for Moses in . . M. thirty days
Josh. 13. 32 inheritance in the plains of M., on the
24. 9 Balak the son of Zippor, kingof M., arose
Judg. 3. i - LORD strengthened Eglon the king of M.
3. 14 children of Israel served. .the king of M.
3. 15 sent a present unto Eglon the king of M.
3. 17 brought the present unto Eglon king of M.
3. 28 and took the fords of Jordan toward M.
3. 29 they slew of M. at that time about ten th.
3. 30 So M. was subdued that day under the h.
10. 6 gods of M., and the gods of the children
11. 15 I. took not away the land of M., nor the 1.
n. i, in like manner, .unto the king of M.: but
ii. 18 compassed the land, .of M., and came by
1 1. 18 east side of the land of M., and pitched on
ii. 1 8 border of M. : for Arnon.. the border of M.
ii. 25 (art), .anything better than, .king of M.V
Ruth i. i went to sojourn in the country of M., he
i. 2 came into the countryof M.,and continued
i. 4 they took them wives of the women of M.
i, 6 she might return from the country of M.
i. 6 she had heard in the country of M. how
1. 22 which returned out of the country of M.
2. 6 back with Naomi out of the country of M.
4. 3 is come again out of the country of M., se.
1 Sa. 12. g sold them . . into the hand of the king of M.
14. 47 So Saul, .fought, .against M., and against
22. 3 David went thence to Mizpeh of M. ; and
22. 3 said unto the king of M., Let my father
22. 4 brought them before the king of M. ; and
2 Sa. 8. 2 he smote M., and measured them with a
8. 12 Of Syria, and of M., and of the children of
23. 20 he slew two lion like men of M. : he went
1 Ki. ii. 7 the abomination of M., in the hill that (is)
2 Ki. i. i Then M. rebelled against Israel after the
3. 4 Mesha king of M. was a sheep master, and
3. 5 king of M. rebelled against the king of I.
3. 7 The king of M. hath rebelled against me
3. 7 wilt thougo with me against M. to battle?
3. io, 13 to deliver them into the hand of M.
3. 23 And they said . .now therefore, M., to the
3. 26 when the king of M. saw that the battle
1 Ch. i. 46 which smote Midian in the field of M., r.
4. 22 Saraph, who had the dominion in M., and
8. 8 begat (children)in the country of M. , after
ii. 22 he slew two lion like men of M. : also he
18. 2 he smote M. ; and the Moabites became
18. ii gold that he brought, .from M., and from
2 Ch.2o. i children of M... came againstJehoshaphat
20. io children of Ammon and M. and mount S.
20. 22 against the children of Ammon, M., and
20. 23 For the children of Ammon and M. stood
Neh. 13. 23 saw I Jews (that), .married wives, .of M.
Psa. 60. 8 iL (is) my wash pot ; over Edom will I cast
83. 6 The tabernacle of Edom. .of M., and the
108. 9 M. (is) my wash pot ; over Edom will I c.
Isa. 1 1. 14 shall lay their hand upon Edom and M.
15. i burden of M. . . Ar of M. is laid waste, (and)
15. i Kir of M. is laid waste, (and) brought to
15. 2 M. shall howl over Nebo, and over Med.
15. 4 therefore the armed soldiers of M. shall
15. 5 Myheart shall cry out for M. ; his fugitives
15. 8 cry is gone round about the borders of M.
15. 9 lions upon him that escapeth of M., and
16. 2 daughters of M. shall be at the fords of A.
16. 4 Let mine outcasts dwell with thee, M.; be
16. 6 We have heard of the pride of M. ; he (is)
16. 7 Therefore shall M. howl for M., every one
16. ii my bowels shall sound like an harp forM.
16. 12 when it is seen that M. is weary on the
16. 13 LORD hath spoken concerning M. since
1 6. 14 glory of M. shall be contemned, with all
25. io M. shall be trodden down under him, even
Jer. 9. 26 children of Ammon, and M., and all (that
25. 21 Edom, and M., and the children of Am.
27. 3 send them . .to the king of M., and to the
40. ii when all the Jews that (were) in M., and
48. i Against M. thus saith the LORD of hosts
48. 2 (There shall be) no more praise of M. : in
48. 4 M. is destroyed ; her little ones have
48. 9 Give wings unto M., that it may flee and
48. ii M. hath been at ease from his youth, and
48. 13 M. shall be ashamed of Chemosh, as the
48. 15 M. is spoiled, and gone up (out of) her c.
48. 16 calamity of M. (is) near to come, and his
48. 1 8 for the spoiler of M. shall come upon thee
Jer. 48. 20 M. is confounded.. tell ye it. .that M. U
48. 24 upon all the cities of the land of M., far
48. 25 horn of M. is cutoff, and nis arm ig broken
48. 26 M. also Khali wallow in his vomit, and he
48. 28 O ye that dwell in M. , leave the cities, and
48. 29 We have heard the pride of M., he is ex.
48. 31 howl for M., and I will cry out for all M.
48. 33 gladness is taken, .from the land of M.
48. 35 Moreover I will cause to cease in M., saith
48. 36 mine heart shall sound for M. like i>ij
s
48. 38 all the house tops of M...I have broken M.
48. 39 how hath M. turned, .so shall M. be a d.
48. 40 Behold, he . . shall spread his wings overM.
48. 41 mighty men s hearts in M. at that day 8.
48. 42 M. shall be destroyed from (being) a pe.
48. 43 Fear.. (shall be)upon thee, O inhabi. of M.
48. 44 for I will bring upon it, (even) upon M.
48. 45 a flame . . shall devour the cornerof M. , and
48. 46 Woe be unto thee, O M. ! the people of Ch.
48. 47 Yet will I bring again the captivity of M.
48. 47 Thus far (is) the judgment of M.
Eze. 25. 8 Because that M. and Seir do say, Behold
25. 9 I will open the side of M. from the cities
25. ii I "will execute judgments upon M.; and
Dan. ii. 41 these shall escape, .(even) Edom, and M.
Amos 2. i For three transgressions of M., and for
2. 2 I will send a fire upon M. . .and M. shall
Mic. 6. 5 remember now what Balak king of M. co.
Zeph. 2. 8 I have heard the reproach of M., and the
2. 9 Surely M. shall be as Sodom, and the chi.
MO-AB-ITES, 3NiC, C lNO, 2N15, VJip.
The posterity of the preceding ; they were not to be re
ceived into Israel ; were conquered by David ; rel>el
after Ahab s death; again defeated, when their king
offers his son a sacrifice.
Gen. 19. 37 the same (is) the father of the M. unto this
Nuni22. 4 Balak the son of Zippor (was) king of the M.
Deut. 2. 9 Distress not the M., neither contend with
2. 1 1 accounted giants . . but the M. call them E.
2. 29 As the. .M. which dwell in Ar, did unto
23. 3 An Ammonite or M. shall not enter into
Judg. 3. 28 delivered your enemies the M. into your
2 Sa. 8. 2 the M. became David s servants, (and) b.
1 Ki. n. 33 worshipped. .Chemosh the god of the M.
2 Ki. 3. 18 he will deliver the M. also into your hand
3. 21 when all the M. heard that the kings were
3. 22 the M. saw the water on the other side (as)
3. 24 smote the M. . .smiting the M., even in
13. 20 bands of the M. invaded the land at the
23. 13 for Chemosh the abomination of the M.
24. 2 LORD sent against him. .bands of the M.
i Ch.n. 46 the sons of Elnaam, and Ithmah the M.
1 8. 2 the M. became David s servants, (and) br.
Ezra 9. i abominations, (even) of the. .M., the Eg.
Neh. 13. i that the Ammonite and the M. should not
MO-AB-ITESS, MO-AB-IT-ISH, n^.vic, n^NO.
1. Patronymic of Ruth, the wife of Boaz. B.C. 1312.
Ruth i. 22 So Naomi returned, and Ruth the M., her
2. 2 Ruth the M. said unto Naomi. Let me now
2. 6 It (is) the M. damsel that came back with
2. 21 Ruth the M. said, He said unto me also
4. 5 thou must buy (it) also of Ruth the M., the
4. io Moreover Ruth the M. , the wife of Mahlon
2. Some of Solomon s wives. B.C. 1015.
1 Ki. ii. i women of the M., Ammonites, Edomites
3. Shimrith, who slew king Joash. B.C. 835.
2 Ch.24. 26 and Jehozabad the son of Shimrith a M.
MO-AD-l AH, nr-t^o festival ofJah.
A priest in the days of Joiakini, grandson of Jozadak ;
also called Maadiah (which see). B.C. 536.
Neh. 12. 17 Of Abijah, Zichri ; of Miniamin, of M.
HOCK (on), to
1. To play upon, deceive, mock, Vnr; hathal, 3.
Judg 16. io Behold, thou hast mocked me, and told
16. 13 Hitherto thou hast mocked me, and told
16. 15 thou hast mocked me these three times
1 Ki. 18. 27 Elijah mocked them, and said, Cry aloud
Job 13. 9 as one man inocketh . . do ye (so) mock him
2. To mock, ^ laab, 5.
2 Ch. 36. 16 they mocked the messengers of God, and
3. To scorn, si
1
? laag.
Job ii. 3 when thou mockest, shall no man make
Prov. i . 26 I also .. I will mock when your fear cometh
17. 5 Whoso mocketh the poor reproacheth his
30. 17 The eye (that) mocketh at (his) father, and
Jer. 20. 7 I am in derision daily, every one mncketh
4. To scorn, W1
? laag, 5.
2 Ch.3o. io laughed them to scorn, and mocked them
Neh. 4. i took great indignation, and mocked the J.
Job 21. 3 and after that I have spoken, mock on
5. To roll self, abuse, insult, V1
?!, alal, 7.
Num 22. 29 Because thou hast mocked me : I would
Jer. 38. 19 deliver me into their hand, and they.mock
6. To mock, play icith, pny tsachaq, 3.
Gen. 19. 14 he seemed as one that mocked unto his s.
21. 9 Sarah saw the son of Hagar. .mocking
39. 14 brought in an Hebrew unto us to mock us
39. 17 Hebrew servant., came in unto me to mock
7. To show self a derider, scoffer, D^jj galas, 7.
2 Ki. 2. 23 mocked him, and said unto him, Go up
Eze. 22. 5 (those that be) far from thee, shall mock
S.To laugh, deride, play, pny sachaq.
Job 39. 22 He mocketh at fear, and is not affrighted
Lam. i. 7 saw her, (and) did mock at her sabbnths
MOCK
9. To treat as a child, mock, f/j,iraifa empaizS.
Matt. 2. 16 Herod, when he saw that he wan mocked
so. 19 to mock, and to scourge, and to crucify
27. 29 mocked him, saying, Hail, King of the J.
27. 31 And after that they had mocked him, they
27. 4 1 Likewise also the chief priests, mocking
Marki j. -.4 they shall mock him, ana shall scourge hin
15. 20 when they had mocked him, they took of
1.5. 31 Likewise also the chief priests mocking
Luke 1 4. 29 all that behold (it) begin to mock him
>8. 32 shall be mocked, and spitefully entreatei
22. 63 the men that held Jesus mocked him, a
23. ii set him at nought, and mocked., and arr
23. 36 the soldiers also mocked him, coming to
10. To mock, scoff, deride, laugh, y,\euo&> chleuaz~>
Acts 2. 13 Others [mocking], saidYThese men are ful
J7. 32 of the resurrection of the dead, some mo
MOCK, to make a
To scorn, p1
? hits, 5.
Provi4. 9 Fools make a mock at sin : but among tht
MOCKED, to be
\.Lmitjhter, derision, play, pin;? sechoq.
Job 12. 4 I am (as) one mocked of his neighbour, who
2.7*1) sneer, mock, /uwKTTjpj^bjuat mukterizomai.
Gal. 6. 7 Be not deceived ; God is not mocked : for
MOCKER
1. Deceivers, mockers, D
S(ir> hathulim.
Job 17. 2 (Are there) not mockers with me ? and doth
2. To scorn, pS luts.
Prov 20. i Wine (is) a mocker, strong drink (is) rag.
3. To si jOio self a scorner, p1
? luts, la.
Isa. 28. 22 Now therefore be ye not mockers, lest your
4.Mucking, stnmmeriny, ay^ laeg.
Psa. 35. 16 With hypocritical mockers in feasts, they
5.7*0 laugh, deride, play, pny sachaq, 3.
Jer. 15. 17 I sat not in the assembly of the mockers
^.Sporting as children, tfiirainrris empaiktSs.
Jude iS they told you there should be mockers in
HOCKING
I. Derision, scoffing, n^p qallasah.
Eze. 22. 4 have I made thee . . a mocking to all coun.
%, Sporting, ifj.Taiyfi.6s empaigmos.
Heb. 1 1. 36 others had trial of. .mockings and scour.
MODERATELY
To Tightness, 157*7 litsedaqah.
Joel 2. 23 hath given you the former rain moderat.
MODERATION
Yiefdingness, pliability, rb tirieiKts to epieikes.
Phil. 4. 5 Let your moderation be known unto all
MODEST
Orderly, becoming, K<O~JUIO? kosmios.
i Ti. 2. 9 that women adorn themselves in modest
MOIST
Moist, fresh, rh lach.
* um. 6. 3 neither shall he . . eat moist grapes, or dr.
MOISTENED, to be
To be watered, moistened, n$y shaqah, 4.
Job 21. 24 and his bones are moistened with marrow
MOISTTTRE
\.Muisture, freshfi"ss, ty? leshad.
Psa. 32. 4 my moisture is turned into the drought
2. Moisture, humour, i*cuas ikmas.
Luke 8. 6 it withered away, because it lacked mois.
MOLE -
l.Chamelion, owl, n~ip;n tinshemeth.
Lev. ii. 30 the lizard, and the snail, and the mole
2.A mole, 02-150 chapharperah [conjee, reading].
Isa. 2. 20 shall cast his idols, .to the moles
MO-LA -DAH, rr^2, rr*-3 birth.
A city in the S.W. of j udah, near Shema, Sheba, or
Jeshua.
Josh. 1 5. 26 Amain, and Shema, and M.
19. 2 had in their inheritance. .Sheba, and M.
i Ch. 4. 28 they dwelt at Beer-sheba, and.M., and H.
Neh. ii. 26 at Jeshua, and at M., and at Beth-pheltt
MO -LECHt MO -LOCH, -^ MoA.ox counsellor, king. A god of the Ammonites; called also Milcom, Malcain
and Kalettn.
Lev. 18. 21 shalt not let. .pass through (the fire) to M.
20. 2 Whosoever . . giveth (any) of his seed unto
20. 3 because he hath given of his seed unto M.
20. 4 when he giveth of his seed unto M., and
20. 5 to commit whoredom with M.,from among
1 Ki. 1 1. 7 for M., the abomination of the children
2 Ki. 23. 10 hisdaughter to pass through the fire to M.
J
er- 32-35 daughters to pass through (the fire) unto M.
Amos 5. 26 ye have borne the tabernacle of your M.
7- 43 ye took up the tabernacle of M., and the
MO -LID. T^S begetter. A descendant of .lerahmeel, grandson of Pharez son of
Judah. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 2. 29 Abiliail, and she bare him Ahban, and M.
G66 MONEY
MOLLIFIED, to be
7"o be made tender, soft, 77 rakak, 4.
Isa. i . 6 bound up, neither mollified with ointmen
MOLTEN i, image)
1.7*0 cast, melt, pour, be firm, py; yatsaq.
i Ki. 7. 30 underthelaver(were)undersettersmolte
2.7*0 be poured out, cast firm, ps; yatsaq, 6.
1 Ki. 7. 16 he made two chapiters (oO molten brass, t
7. 23 he made a molten sea, ten cubits from th.
7. 33 their felloes, and their spokes, .all moltei
2 Ch. 4. 2 he made a molten sea of ten cubits from
Job 37. 18 strong, (and) as a molten looking-glass
3.^4 molten image, ny&y massekah.
Exod32. 4 And. .after he had made it a molten cal
32. 8 they have made them a molten calf, am
34. 17 Thou shalt make thee no molten gods
Lev. 1 9. 4 normake to yourselves molten gods : I(am
Nuni33. 52 destroy all their molten images, and quit
Deut. 9. 12 they have made them a molten image
9. 1 6 had made you a moltencalf : ye had turne
27. 15 that maketh (any) graven or molten image
Judg 17. 3, 4 a graven image, and a molten image
18. 14 and a graven image and a molten image
18. 17, 18 and the teraphim, and the molten im.
1 Ki. 14. 9 made thee other gods, and molten images
2 Ki. 17. 16 and made them molten images, .two cal
2 Ch.28. 2 and made also molten images for Baalim
34. 3, 4 carved images, and the molten images
Neh. 9. 1 8 when they had made them a molten calf
Psa. 106. 19 made., and worshipped the molten image
Isa. 30. 22 the ornament of thy molten images of g.
42. 17 that say to the molten images, Ye (are) our
Hos. 13. 2 have made them molten images of their
Nah. i. 14 the graven image and the molten image
Hab. 2. 1 8 the molten image, and a teacher of lies
l.A pouring out, molten image, ^}, ijp.} nesek.
Isa. 41. 29 their molten images (are) wind and con.
48. 5 my molten image, hath commanded them
Jer. 10. 14 for his molten image (is) falsehood, and
51. 17 for his molten image (is) falsehood, and
MOLTEN, to be
1. To be poured out, inelted, ^ tiathak, 2.
Eze. 24. ii the fllthiness of it may be molten in it
2. To pour out, pis tsuq.
Job 28. 2 and brass (is) molten (out of) the stone
MOMENT
4 moment, yri rega.
Exod33. 5 come up into the midst of thee in a mom.
Numi6. 21 that I may consume them in a moment
16. 45 that I may consume them as in a moment
Job 7.18 visit him every morning . . try him every m.
20. 5 the joy of the hypocrite (but) for a mom.
21. 13 and in a moment go down to the grave
34. 20 In a moment shall they die, and the peo.
Psa. 30. 5 For his anger (endureth but) a moment
73. 19 How are they . .unto desolation, as in a m.
Isa. 26. 20 hide thyself as it were for a little moment
27. 3 I will water it every moment : lest (any)
47. 9 shall come to thee in a moment in one d.
54. 7 For a small moment have I forsaken thee
54. 8 I hid my face from thee for a moment
Jer. 4. 20 my tents spoiled, .my curtains in a mom.
Lam. 4. 6 overthrown as in a moment, and no hands
Eze. 26. 1 6 shall tremble at (every) moment, and be
32. 10 they shall tremble at (every) moment, ev.
2. In a moment, Iv arS^ta (dat.) en atomo.
i 00.15. S 2 ID a moment, in the twinkling of an eye
3. Point, puncture, (my^ stigme.
Luke 4. 5 kingdoms of the world in a moment of t.
MOMENT, but for a
Instant(ly), momentary, Tropauri/ca parautika.
3 Co. 4. 17 our light affliction, which is but for a m.
MOMENT, to be a
To cause to rest, jnn raga, 5.
Prov 12. 19 but a lying tongue (is) but for a moment
MONEY
[.Silver, money, p
|D3 keseph.
Gen. 17. 12 or bought with money of any stranger
17. 13 he that is bought with thy money, must
17. 23 all that were bought with his money, ev.
17. 27 bought with money of the stranger, were
23. 9 for as much money as it is worth he shall
23. 13 I will give thee money for the field ; take
31. 15 and hath quite devoured also our money
42. 25 to restore every man s money into his sack
42. 27 he espied his money ; for, behold, it (was)
42. 28 My money is restored ; and, lo, (it is) even
42. 35 every man s bundle of money (was) in his
42. 35 and their father saw the bundle*of money
43. 12 And take double money in your hand
43. 12 and the money that was brought again in
43. 15 they took double money in their hand, and
43. 18 Because of the money that was returned
43. 21 (every) man s money (was) in the mouth
43. 21 of his sack, our money in full weight: and
43. 22 other money have we brought down in our
43. 22 we cannot tell who put our money in our
43. 23 I had your money. And he brought Sim.
44- i put every man s money in his sack s mouth
44. 2 and his corn money. And he did accord.
44. 8 the money which we found in our sack s
47. 14 Joseph gathered up all the money that
47. 14 Joseph brought the money into Pharaoh s
Gen. 47.
47-
47.
47.
15 when money failed in the land of Egypt
- 5 hy should we die., for the money faiicth
. 1 6 I will give you for your cattle, if money
. 18 We will not hide, .how that our money
. 44 every man s servant, .bought for m-in. -y
. 1 1 then shall she go out free without money
. 21 he shall not be punished : for he (is) his m.
. 34 (and) give money unto the owner of tln-m
35 sell the live ox, and divide the money of
7 shall deliver unto his neighbour money or
17 he shall pay money according to the dowry
25 If thou lend money to., my people (that is>
16 thou shalt take the atonement money of
ii if the priest buy (any) soul with his money
37 Thou shalt not give him thy money upoa
51 out of the money that he was bought for
15, 19 shall add the fifth., of the money of thy
18 the priest shall reckon unto him the money
48 thou shalt give the money, wherewith the
49 Moses took the redemption money of them
50 of the children of Israel took he the money
51 Moses gave the money of them that w,-r,
16 for the money of live shekels, after the s.
6 Ye shall buy meat of them for money, that
6 ye shall also buy water of them for money
28 Thou shalt sell me meat for money, that
28 give me water for money, that I may drink
25 turn (it) into money, and bind up the m.
26 thou shalt bestow that money for whats.
14 thou shalt not sell her at all for money
19 usury of money, usury of victuals, usury
19 The kings came, .they took no gain of m.
18 came, .and brought money in their hand
4 Yet he restored the money unto his mother
2 I will give thee the worth of it in money
6 Give me thy vineyard for money ; or else
15 which he refused to give thee for money
26 (Is it) a time to receive money, and to r.
4 All the money of the dedicated things that
4 the money of every one that passeth (the
4 the money that every man is set at, (and)
4 all the money that cometh into any man *
7 receive no (more) money of your acquain.
8 consented to receive no (more) money of
9 put therein all the money, .brought into
10 when they saw that, .much money in the
10 told the money, .found in the house of the
11 they gave the money, being told, into the
13 of the money, .brought into the house of
15 into whose hand they delivered the money
j 6 The trespass money and sin money was
20 Menahem exacted the money of Israel
7 no reckoning made with them of the mo.
9 Thy servants have gathered the money
35 but he taxed the land to give the money
- 5 gather of all Israel money to repair the
1 1 when they saw that . . much money, the
. 1 1 Thus they did . . and gathered money in
. 14 they brought the rest of the money before
9 they delivered the money that was brought
14 when they brought out the money that was.
1 7 they have gathered together the money
7 They gave money also unto the masons
. 4 We have borrowed money for the king s
10 I . .might exact of them money and corn
n also the hundredth (part) of the money
7 of the sum of the money that Hainan had
39 If I have eaten the fruits . . without money
5 putteth not out his money to usury, nor
20 He hath taken a bag of money with him
12 wisdom (is) a defence, .money (is) a defe.
19 wine maketh merry: but money answereth
24 Thou hast bought me no sweet cane with
3 and ye shall be redeemed without money
i and he that hath no money!; come ye, buy
1 come, buy wine and milk without money
2 Wherefore do ye spend money for (that
9 weighed him the money, .seventeen shek.
10 and weighed, .the money in the balances
25 Buy thee the field for money, and takew.
44 Men shall buy fields for money, and sub.
4 We have drunken our water for money
1 1 and the prophets thereof divine for money
.Silver, money, *]C? kesaph.
Ezra 7.17 thou mayest buy speedily with this money
.Silver, money, aoyvpiov argurion.
Matt . . 18 digged in the earth, and hid his lord s m.
25. 27 oughtest therefore to have put my money
28. 12 they gave large money unto the soldiers
28. 15 So they took the money, and did as they
Marki 4 . n were glad.and promised to u ive him money
Luke 9. 3 nor scrip, neither bread, neither money
19. 15 to whom he had given the money, that he
19. 23 gavest thou not my money into the bank
22. 5 were glad, and covenanted to give him m.
Acts 7. 16 that Abraham bought for a sum of money
8. 20 Thy money perish with thee, because thou
.Small coin, clipped money, xtpfjia. kerma.
John 2. 15 poured out the changers money, and over.
.Legal or lawful coin, v6fjLifffj.a nomisma.
Matt22. 19 Show me the tribute money. Andtheybr.
Copptr, copper coin, xa^xos cfialkos.
Mark 6. 8 no scrip, no bread, no money in (their) p.
12. 41 beheld how the people cast money into
.1 t fiing, possession, money, xpJ?Ma chrema.
Acts 4. 37 Having land, sold (it), and brought the in..
8. 18 holy ghost was given, he offered them nu
30.
Lev. 22.
25.
35.
27.
27.
Num. 3.
3.
3.
.
Deut. 2.
14.
14.
21.
23.
Judg. 5 .
16.
17.
1 Ki. 21.
21.
21.
t Ki. 5.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
15.
22.
22.
23.
2 Ch.24-
24.
24.
. 24.
34.
34.
34.
Ezra 3.
Neh. 5.
5.
5.
Esth. 4.
Job 31.
Psa. 15.
Prov. 7.
Eccl. 7.
10.
43.
52.
55.
55.
55.
Jer. 32.
32.
32.
32.
Lam. 5.
Mic. 3.
Isa
MONEY 667 MOON
Acts S. 20 gift of Uod may be purchased with money
24. 26 He hoped, .thatmoiiey should have been
HONEY, piece of
1..-1 qesitah, (a silver coin], nyyp qe.sitah.
Gen. 33. 19 he bought . . for an hundred pieces of mo.
Job 42. ii every man also gave him apiece of money
2. A stater (24 drachmas), (narr\p stater.
Matt 17. 27 thou shall find a piece of money : that
MONEY, with
Acquisition, substance, |;jj? qinyan.
Lev. 22. ii if the priest buy (any) soul with his money
MONEY CHANGER
A changer of small coin, Ko\\vfii<rrris kottulnstes.
Matt 21. 12 overthrew the tables of the money chan.
Markn. 15 overthrew the tables of the money chau.
MONSTER, sea
Dragons, | 3J3 tannin.
Lam. 4. 3 Even the sea monsters draw out the bre.
MONTH,
\.Xew moon, month, cnn chodesh.
Gen. 7. 1 1 second month, the seventeenth . . of the m.
8. 4 month, on the seventeenth, .of the month
3. 5 the tenth month, .on the first, .of the m.
8. 13 first (month), the first (day) of the month
8. 14 And in the second month, on the seven
3. 14 and twentieth day of the month, was the
29. 14 he abode with him the space of a month
38 24 it came to pass, about three months after
Kxodi2. 2 Thismouth. . unto you the beginning of m.
12. 2 it (shall be) the first month of the year to
12. 3 In the tenth, .of this month they shall take
12. 6 until the fourteenth day of the same mo.
1 2. 1 8 on the fourteenth day of the month at even
12. 18 the one and twentieth day of the month
13. 4 This day came ye put,
in the month Abib
13. 5 thou shalt keep this service in this month
16. i on the fifteenth day of the second month
19. i In the third month, when the children of
83. 15 in the time appointed of the month Abib
34. 1 8 unleavened, .in the time of the month A.
34. 18 for in the month Abib thou earnest out
40. 2 On the first day of the first month shalt
40. 17 the first mouth, .on the first.. of the mouth
Lev. 16. 29 the seventh mon., on the tenth, .of the in.
23. 5 In the fourteenth, .of the first mouth at
23. 6 on the fifteenth day of the same month(is)
23. 2+ seventh month, in the first . . of the month
23. 27 on the tenth (day) of this seventh month
23. 32 in the ninth (day) of the month at even
23. 34, 39 The fifteenth day of this seventh month
23. 41 ye shall celebrate it in the seventh month
25. 9 on the tenth (day) of the seventh month
27. 6 if (it be) from a month old even unto five
Num. i. i, 1 8 on the first (day) of the second mouth
3. 15, 22, 28, 34,39, 40, 43from amontholdand
9. i in the first month of the second year after
9. 3 In the fourteenth day of this month, at
9. 5 on the fourteenth day of the first month
9. ii The fourteenth day of the second month
9. 22 two days, or a month, or a year, that the
10. 10 in the beginnings of your months, ye shall
jo. ii on the twentieth .. of the second month
ii. 20 even a whole mouth, until it come out
ii. 21 fiesh, that they may eat a whole month
1 8. 1 6 from a month old shalt thou redeem, ac.
20. i into the desert of Zin in the first mouth
26. 62 all males from a month old and upward
28. ii iu the beginnings of your months ye shall
28. 14 of every month throughout the months of
28. 16 in the fourteenth day of the first month
28. 17 in the fifteenth day of this month (is) the
29. i seventh month, on the first . . of the month
29. 6 Besidetheburntofferiugofthemouth.and
39. 7 on the tenth, .of this seventh month an
29. 12 on the fifteenth day of the seventh month
33. 3 departed from Rameses in the first month
33. 3 on the fifteenth day of the first month
33 . 38 and died . . in the flrst(day) of the fifth mon.
Deut. i. 3 eleventh month, on the first, .of the mo.
16. i Observe the month of Abib, and keep the
16. i for in the mouth of Abib the LORD thy God
Josh. 4. 19 canieup..onthetenth..oftheflrstmonth
5. 10 onrthe fourteenth day of the monthat even
J mini i 37 let me alone two months, that I may go
ii. 38 And he sent her away, .two months : and
ii. 39 it came to pass, at the end of two months
19. 2 went away . . and was there lour whole m.
20 47 abode in the rock Rimmon four months
i Sa. 6. i the country of the Philistines seven months
20. 27 on the morrow . . the second . . of the month
20. 34 eat no meat the second day of the month
27. 7 the time . . was a full year and four months
a Sa. 2. ii of Judah was seven years and six months
5. 5 over Judah seven years and six months
6. ii continued in the house three., months: and
24. 8 at the end of nine months and twenty days
24. 13 or wilt thou flee three months before thine
I KL 4. 7 each man his month in a year made pro.
4. 27 every man in his month : they lacked no.
5. 14 sent them, .ten thousand a month by co.
5. 14 a month they were in Lebanon, .two mo.
6. i the month Zif, which (is) the second mo.
6. 38 in . . Bui, which (is) the eighth month, was
8. 2 Ethanim, which (is) the seventh month
11. 16 six monthsdid Joab remain there withall
12. 3? month, on the fifteenth day of the mouth
1 Ki.i2. 33 the fifteenth day of the eighth nionth
12. 33 in the month which he hail devised of his
2 Ki.is- 8 reign over Israel in Samaria six months
23. 31 and he reigned three months in Jerusalem
24. 8 he reigned in Jerusalem three months
25. i ninth year of his reign, in the tenth mo.
25. i in the tenth . . of the month . . Nebuchad.
25. 3 on the ninth..of the. .month the famine
25. 8 fifth month, on the seventh.. of the nionth
25. 25 it came to pass in the seventh mouth, that
25. 27 twelfth month, on the. .(day) of the month
1 Ch. 3. 4 there he reigned seven years and six mo.
12. 15 that went over Jordan in the first month
13. 14 family of Obed-edom iuhis house three m.
21. 12 or three months to be destroyed before thy
27. i came in and went out month by month
27. i throughout all the mouths of the year, of
27. 2 Over the first course for the first month
27. 3 the chief . .of the host for the first mouth
27. 4 And over the course of the second month
27. 5 third captain of the host for the third mo.
27. 7 The fourth . .for the fourth month (was)
27. 8 The fifth . . for the fifth mouth (was) Sha.
27. 9 The sixth, .for the sixth month (was) Ira
27. 10 The seventh . . for the seventh month (was)
27. ii The eighth, .for the eighth month (was) S.
27. 12 The ninth, .for the ninth month (was) A.
27. 13 The tenth, .for the tenth month (was) M.
27. 14 The eleventh..for the eleventh mon. (was)
27. 15 The twelfth, .for the twelfth month (was)
2 Ch. 3. 2 in the second (day) of the second month
5. 3 in the feast which (was) in the seventh m.
7. 10 day of the seventh month he sent the pe.
15. 10 at Jerusalem in the third month, iu the
aq. 3 in the first month, opened the doors of the
29. 17 they began on the first . . of the first month
29. 17 on the eighth day of the month came they
27. 17 in the sixteenth day of the first month they
30. 2 to keep the passover in the second nionth
30. 13 to keep the feast.. in the second mouth, a
30. 15 on the fourteenth, .of the second mouth
31. 7 In the third month they began to lay the
31. 7 and finished (them) iu the seventh month
35. i on the fourteenth (day) of the first month
36. 2 and he reigned three months in Jerusalem
36. 9 he reigned three months and ten days
Ezra 3. i when the seventh nionth was come, and
3. 6 From the first day of the seventh month
3. 8 in the second month, began Zerubbabel
6. 19 upon the fourteenth (day) of the first m.
7. 8 he came to Jerusalem in the fifth nionth
7. 9 For upon the first (day) of the first nionth
7. 9 on the first (day) of the fifth nionth came he
8. 31 departed . . on the twelfth . . of the first m.
10. 9 ninth month, on the twentieth. .of them.
10. 16 sat down in the first day of the tenth m.
10. 17 an end. .by the first day of the first mouth
Neh. i. i it came to pass in the month Chisleu, in
2. i it came to pass in the month Nisan, in the
7. 73 when the seventh mouth came, the chil.
8. 2 upon the first day of the seventh nionth
8. 14 in booths in the feast of the seventh mo.
q. i in the twenty and fourth day of this mo.
Esth. 2. 12 afterthatshe had been twelve months, ac.
2. 12 six months with oil of myrrh, and six mo.
2 16 in the tenth month, which (is) the nionth
3. 7 In the first month, that (is), the nionth X.
3. 7 from day to day, and from nionth to mo.
3. 7 the twelfth (month), that (is), the nionth
3. 12 oti the thirteenth day of the first mouth
3. 13 upon the thirteenth., of the twelfth month
3. 13 which (is) the month Adar, and (to take)
8. 9 in the third month, that (is), the month
8. 12 twelfth month, which (is) the month Adar
Q. i the twelfth month, that (is), the nionth A.
Q. 15 on the fourteenth day also of the month
9. 17 On the thirteenth day of the month Adar
9. 19 made the fourteenth day of the nionth A.
9. 21 keep the fourteenth day of the nionth A.
9. 22 the mouth which was turned unto them
Job 14. s the number of his mouths (are) with thee
21. 21 when the number of his months is cutoff
Jer. i. 3 away of Jerusalem captive in the fifth m.
2. 24 wild ass . . in her month they shall find her
28. i in the fourth year, (and) in the fifthmonth
28. 17 died the same year, in the seventh nionth
36. 9 in the ninth month, .they proclaimed a
36. 22 in the winter house, in the ninth nionth
39. i In the ninth year, .in the tenth month, c.
39. 2 in the fourth month, the ninth . . of the m.
41. i Now it came to pass in the seventh nionth
52. 4 tenth nionth, in the tenth . . of the month
51. 6 the fourth month, in the ninth . . of the m.
52. 12 the fifth month, in the tenth, .of the mo.
52. 31 month, in the five and twentieth, .of them.
Eze. i. i, 2 In the fifth (day) of the month
8. i in the fifth (day) of the month, (as) I sat in
20. i thetenth(day)ofthenionth..certainofthe
24. i in the tenth nionth, in the tenth. .of them.
26. i in the first . . of the mouth .. the word of the
29. i in the twelfth . . of the month, the word of
29. 17 in the first, .of the month, the word of the
30. 20 in the seventh . . of the month . . the word
31. i in the first . . of the month . . the word of the
32. i the twelfth month, in the first . . of the mo.
32. 17 in the fifteenth, .of the month, .the word
33. 21 in the fifth, .of the mouth, .one that had
39. 12 seven months shall the house of Israel be
39. 14 after the end of seven months shall they
40. i in the tenth . . of the mouth, in the fourte.
45. 18 hi the first, .of the month, thou shalt take
45. 20 so thou shalt do the seventh, .of the month
Eze. 45. 21 In the fourteenth day of the nionth, ye
45. 25 in the fifteenth day of the month, shall he
47. 12 bring forth new fruit according to his m.
Dan. 10. 4 four and twentieth day of the first month
Hos. 5. 7 now shall a nionth devour them with th.
Amos 4. 7 when, .yet three mouths to the harvest
llag. i. i sixth month, in the first day of the month
1.15 four and twentieth day of the sixth month
2. i in the one and twentieth, .of the month
2. 20 in the four and twentieth, .of the month
Zech. i. i In the eighth month, in the second year
i. 7 eleventh month, which (is) the month Seb.
7. i in the fourth . . of the ninth month . . in Ch.
7. 3 Should I weep in the fifth month, separ.
2.J/OO?!, month, rrv yerach.
Exod. 2. i (a)oodly(child),8hehid him three months
Deut 21. 13 her father and her mother a full mouth
1 Ki. 6. 37 In the fourth year, .in the month Zif
6. 38 in the month Bui, which (is)
the eighth
8. 2 the month Ethanim, which (is)the seventh
2 Ki.is- 13 and he reigned a full month in Samaria
Job 3. 6 let it not come in to the number of the m.
7. 3 So am I made to possess months of vanity
29. 2 Oh that I were as (in) months past, as (in)
39. 2 Canst thou number the months, .they fu.
Zech. 1 1. 8 Three shepherds also I cut off in one mo.
3.Moon, month, rrv yerach.
Ezra 6. 15 on the third day of the nionth Adar, which
Dan. 4. 29 At the end of twelve mouths he walkedin
4.A month, ft,i\v men.
Luke i. 24 conceived, and hid herself five months
i. 26 in the sixth month the angel Gabriel waa
i. 36 this is the sixth month with her, who was
i. 56 Mary abode with her about three montha
4. 25 was shut up three years aud six montha
Acts 7. 20 nourished, .in his father s house three m.
1 8. ii he continued, .a year and six months, te.
19. 8 spake boldly for the space of three montha
20. 3 And . . abode three months. And when the
28. 1 1 after three months we departed iu a ship
Gal. 4. 10 Ye observe days, and months, and times
Jas. 5.17 by the space of three years and six months
Rev. 9. 5 that they should be tormented five month*
9. 10 their power(was) to hurt men five months
9. 15 for an hour, and a day, and a month, and
11. 2 they tread under foot forty . . two months
13. 5 unto him to continue forty (and) two moo.
22. 2 yielded her fruit every month : and the L
[See also Four, three.]
MONTHLY
New moon, month, ehn cJwdesh.
Isa. 47. 13 Let now. .the monthly prognosticates
MONTTMENTS
To keep, watch, prese7i-c,-\*} natsar.
Isa. 65. 4 and lodge in the monuments ; which eat
MOON
1. Moon, wandering, rrv yareach.
Gen. 37. 9 thesun, and the moon, and the eleven stars
Deut. 4. 19 when thou seest the sun, and the moon
17. 3 either the sun, or moon, or any of the host
Josh. 10. 12 aud thou, moon, in the valley of Ajalon
10. 13 and the moon stayed, until the people had
2 Ki. 23. 5 to the sun,and tothe moon, audtothepL
Job 25. 5 Behold even to the moon, and it shineth
3 1 . 26 If I beheld . . the moon walking (in) I
>right.
Psa. 8. 3 the moon and the stars, which thou hast
72. 5 shall fear thee as long as the sun aud m.
72 7 abundance of peace so long as the moon
89. 37 It shall be established for ever as the m.
104. 19 He appointed the moon for seasons : the
121. 6 shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon
136. 9 The moon and stars to rule by night : for
148. 3 Praise ye him, suu aud moon : praise him
Eccl. 12. 2 While the sun, or the light, or the moon
Isa 13 10 the moon shall not cause her light to shine
60. 19 neither for brightness shall the moon give
Jer 8. 2 the moon, and all the host of heaven
31- 35 the ordinances of the moon and of the stars
Eze.*32. 7 and the moon shall not give her light
Joel 2 10 the sun and the moon shall be dark, and
2 31 aud the moon into blood, before the great
3 . 15 The sun aud the moon shall be darkened
Hab. 3! ii sun (and) moon stood still in their habit.
Z.The moon, rrv yerach.
Deut v* 14 the precious things put forth by the moon
Isa. 60. 20 neither shall thy moon withdraw itself
S.The moon (from its whiteness), ^lebanah.
Song 6.10 fair as the moon, clear as the sun . . terrible
Isa 24. 23 Then the moon shall be confounded, and
30. 26 the light of the moon shall be as the light
4. The moon, <re\^v7j selene.
Matt24- 29 the moon shall not give her light, and the
Marki3- 24 and the moon shall not give her light
Luke2i. 25 shall be signs in the sun, and in the moan
Acts 2. 20 the moon into blood, before that great
i Co.is- 41 another glory of the moon, and another
Rev. 6. 12 became black, .and the moon became as
8. 12 the third part of the moon, and the third
12. i the moon under her feet, and upon her
21. 23 the city had no need, .of the moon, toshina
MOON, new
\.New moon, enn chodesh.
1 Sa. 20. 5 to morrow(is) the new moon, and I should
20. 18 to David, To morrow(is)the new moon: and
20. 24 when the new moon was come, the king
2 Ki. 4. 23 said, .(it is) neither new moon nor sabbath
MORASTHITE 608 MORE
i Ch 23 ^i in the sabbaths, in the new moons, and on
a Ch a 4 on the sabbaths, and on the new moons
8 13 on the sabbaths, and on the new moons
3i a for the sabbaths, and for the new moons
Ezra v s burnt offering, both of the new moons, and
Neh 10 M of the sabbaths, of the new moons, for the
fsi 8 1
- Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, m
Isa i. M the new moons and sabbaths, the calling
, 14 Your new moons and your appointed fea
66 27 from onenewmoon to another, and from
Eze 4S 17 in the feasts, and in the new moons and
"
46 i in the day of the new moon it shall be
46 3 worship..inthesabbathsandinthenewm.
46 6 in the day of the new moon . . a young bu.
Hos 2. ii her feast days, her new moons, and her
Amos 8. 5 When will the new moon be gone, that
2 New moon, vov^via. noumenia, vfo^via.
Col. 2. 1 6 of an holy day, or of the new moon, or of
MOR-AS-THTTE. Ba TO.
Patronymic of Micah the prophet from Moresheth Gath.
B.C. 750 721.
.Ter. 26. 1 8 Micah the M. prophesied in the days of
Mic. i. i word.. that came to Micah the M. in the
MOR-DE-CA I, rp:p dedicated to Mars.
\. A chief man that returned with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536
Ezra 7 2 M., Bilshan, Mizpar, Bigvai, Rehum, Ba.
Neh. 7. 7 Who came with Zerubbabel, Jeshua..M.
t A Renjamite, cousin of Esther the queen of Ahasuerus.
B.C. 520.
Esth 2 5 there was a. .Jew, whose name (was) M.
2 7 whom M. . .took for his own daughter
2 10 M had charged her that she should not
2 i- M walked every day before the court of
2 is M., who had taken her for his daughter
2. 10 when the virgins were gathered . . M. sa
2. 20 had not (yet) showed, .as M. had charged
2 20 Esther did the commandment of M., like
1 21 while M. sat in the king s gate, two of the
2 2" the thing was known to M., who told (it)
- 22 certified the king (thereof) in M. s name
V 2 butM bowed not, nor did (him)reverence
3 Then the king s servants, .said unto M.
4 to see whether M. s matters would stand
f s Haman saw that M. bowed not, nor did
f 6 he thought scorn to lay hands on M alone
3 6 for they had showed him the people of M.
f 6 Haman sought to destroy . .people of M.
i i When M. perceived all that was done, M
4 she sentraiment to clothe M.,and to take
1 s cave hima commandmentto M , to know
I 6 Hatach went forth to M. unto the street
4 7 M told him of all that had happened unto
I o Hatach came and told E. . .words of M
.1 10 Estherspake..gave him command, unto M.
A. 12 And they told to M. Esther s words
13 M commanded to answer Esther, Think
4 15 Estherbade(them)returnM.(thisanswer)
I 17 M went his way. and did according toall
c q Haman saw M. in the king s gate, that he
* o he was full of indignation against M.
r ,3 so long as I see M. the Jew sitting at the
* ,1 speak thou. .that M. may be hanged the
6 2M had told of Bigthana and Teresh, twu
6 3 What honour, .hath been done to M. for
6 4 to hang M. on the gallows that he had
6 10 do even so to M. the Jew. that sitteth at
6 1 1 arrayed M. , and broughthim on horseback
6 12 M came again to the king s gate . but H.
e 13 If M. (be) of the seed of the Jews, before
7 o the gallows . . which Haman . . made for M.
7 10 the gallows that he had prepared forM
8~ i M. came before the king : for Estherhad
8 2 and gave it unto M. And Esther set M.
8 7 unto Esther the queen, and to M. the Jew
8 9 written accordingto all that M. comman.
5 15 M went out from the presence of the king
c 3 because the fear of M. fell upon them
o 4 M (was) great in the king s house and ms
Q 4 for this man M. waxed greater and grea.
o 20 M. wrote these things, and sent letters
o 23 to do .as M. had written unto them
Q -9 M the Jew, wrote with all authority, to
a 3i as M. the Jew and Esther the queen had
TO 2 the declaration of the greatness of M.
10! 3 M. the Jew (was) next unto king Ahasue
MORE, (the)
1. Great, "71 ij gadol.
Nuni22 1 8 the word of the LORD, .to do less or more
i Sa 22. 15 for thy servant knew nothing .less or m
25 36 she told him nothing, less or more, until
Isa. 56. 12 shall be as this day. .much more abund..
2. Outside of, pn chiefs.
Eccl. 2. 25 or who else can hasten . .more than I ?
^.Advantage, farther, inv yother.
Esth. 6. 6 the king delight to do honour more than
Eccl 2. 15 why was I then more wise? Then I said
6. 8 For what hath the wise more than the f
4.Again, yet, any more, TV od.
Gen. 9. 1 5 the waters shall no more become a flood to
5. Abundant, much, many, TI rob.
Gen. 36. 7 For their riches were more than that they
Exod. i. 9 the children of Israel (are) more and mi.
Nuni22. 15 And Balak sent yet ajiain princes, more
33. 54 to the more ye shall give the. .inheritance
Deut. 7. 17 These nations (are) more than I ; how can
20. i a people more than thou, be not afraid of
Judg 1 6. 30 were more than (they) which he slew m
- Ki 6 16 they that(be) with us (are) more than they
1 Ch 24 4 there were more chief men found of the
2 Ch 32 7 for (there be) more with us than with him
Isa. 54, i for more (are)the childrenof thedesolate
6. Second, other, again, n x? slienith.
Lev -3 c priest shall shut him up seven days more
it M up (him that hath)the scall seven days m.
13! 54 and he shall shut it up seven days more
T.Othcr, &\\os allos.
Mattes. 20 I have gained beside them live talents m
8. Yet, still, fri eti.
MattiS 16 take with thee one or two more. Lu. 20.36.
Johnu 54 Jesus therefore walked no more openly
14 IQ little while, and the world seeth me no m.
16. 10 I goto my Father, and ye see roe no more
16. 21 she remembereth no more the anguish
16 25 when I shall no more speak unto you m
17 ii now I am no more in the world, but these
Rom 6. Q Christ, .dieth no more; death hath no m
7 17 20 it is no more I that do it, but sin that
ii 6 more of works ; otherwise grace is no m.
ii 6 no more grace ; otherwise work is no more
2 Co 516 yet now henceforth know we. .no more
Gal 318 (it is) no more of promise: but God gave
4 7 thou art no more a servant, but a son; and
Heb 8 12 their iniquities will I remember no more
10 2 should have had no more conscience of
10 17 sins and iniquities will I remember no m.
10 18 remission of these (is, there is) no more
10 26 there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins
ii. 32 what shall I more say? for the time wou.
Rev 3 12 he shall go no more out : and I will write
7 16 They shall hunger no more, neither thirst
o 12 behold, there come two woes more 12. 8.
8 2 1 thrown down, and shall be found no more
18 22, 22 shall be heard no more at all in thee
1 8 23 shall shine no more at all in thee ; and the
1 8 23 shall be heard no more at all in thee
20 ~ that he should deceive the nations no m.
21 i And I saw. .and there was no more sea
21 4 there shall be no more death, neither so.
22. 3 there shall be no [more] curse: but the th.
9. Afore, rather, /j.a\\ov mallon.
Matt. 6. 30 not much more (clothe) you, O ye of little
7 ii how much more shall your Father which
10. 25 how much more . . them of his household ?
18 -3 he rejoiceth more of that, .than of the n.
Luke 1 1. 13 how much more shall (your) heavenly F
*2 24 how much more are ye better than the f.
"12 -8 how much more, .you, O ye of little faith
Johni2. 43 they loved the praise of men more than
Acts 4 19 to hearken unto you more than unto God
20 35 It is more blessed to give than to receive
27 ii more than those things which were spok.
Rom. ! 9 Much more then, being now justified by
5 10 much more, being reconciled, we shall b
515 much more the grace of God, and the gr.
c 17 much more they which receive abundance
ii 12 the fall of them, .how much mere their
n 24 how much more shall these, which be the
i Co 12 22 Nay. much more those members of the b
14 18 I speak with tongues more than ye all
a Co 3 q much more doth the ministration of ngh.
- ii much more that which remaineth (is) glo
Gal 4 27 thedesolate hath many more children than
Phil 2 12 now much more in my absence; i. 9. 9-
. 4 whereof he might trust in the flesh, I m.
> Tl 34 lovers of pleasure more than lovers of O
Phm 16 how much more unto thee, both in the tt.
Heb o 14 How much more shall the blood of Christ
is. 25 much more (shall not) we. . if we turn away
10. Greater, more, ft.fifav meizon.
Jas. 4. 6 But he giveth more grace Wherefore he
11 Abundant, exceeding, irep.oWs pfnssos.
Matt r 37 whatsoever is more than these cometh of
5! 47 what do ye more, .do not ewn the publi.
[I.More abundant, Trtpiffffortpov perissoteron.
Matt 1 1. 9 yea, I say unto you, and more than a pr
Lukei 2. 4 after that have no more that they can do
1 2 48 to whom . . of him they will ask the more
2 Co. 10. 8 I should boast somewhat more of our au.
13 More, ir\fliav pleion, irA*Toi , ir\iov.
Matte. 25 Is not the life more than meat, and the
20. 10 that they should have received more ; and
21. 36 he sent other servants more than the first
26 53 give me more than twelve legions of an. ?
Marki2 33 is [more] than all whole burnt offerings
i-> 43 That this poor widow hath cast more in
Luke 3! ?3 Exact no more than that which is appoi
o 13 We have no more but five loaves and two
12 2- The life is more than meat, and the body
-i 3 that this poor widow hath cast in more
John 4. i made and baptized more disciples than J
4 4i many more believed because of his own
7 31 will he do more miracles than these which
15! a purgeth it, that it may bring forth more
->i 15 lovest thou me more than these ? He saith
Acts 23. 13 they were more than forty which had made
23 21 there lie in wait for him of them more than
25. 6 when he had tarried among them more
1 Co. 9. 19 servant unto all, that I might gam the m.
2 Ti 2. -6 they will increase unto more ungodliness
Heb. 3. 3 was counted worthy of more glory than M.
3 he who hath builded the house hath more
Rev - 19 I know . . the last (to be) more than tn<
14 Above, beyond, more than, virtp huper.
2 Co. n. 23 Are they ministers of Christ.. I (am) more
[Sec also Abominable, afflict, any, carefully, cheerfully,
come enough, excellent, get, give, honourable, how
much laid, much, not, put to, ready, show, so many,
so much, spend, surely, twofold, value, vile.]
15. To weep, *?? bakah.
Isa. 30. 19 thou shall weep no more : he will be very
16.7*0 add, 1C; yasaph.
Lev 26 18 I will punish you seven times more for your
Judg 8 28 so that they lifted up their heads no more
1 Sa 27 4 and he sought no more again for him
2 Sa 2.28 stood still . . neither fought they any more
2 Ki. 6. 23 So the bands of Syria came no more into
17. To be added, ID; yasaph, 2.
Isa. 15. 9 I will bring more upon Dimon, liong upon
IS.Ore, above, Sy al.
Dan. 3. 19 heat the furnace one seven times more
19. To cause to multiply, make many, ^rabah, 5.
1 Sa. 2. 3 Talk no more so exceeding proudly ; let
2 Sa. 1 8. 8 the wood devoured more people that day
MORE, to be
1 . To be over and above, r
|T^ adaph.
Num. 3. 46 of Israel, which are more than the Levites
2.To be bony, substantial, n*y atsam.
Psa 40 s they are more than can lie numbered
40. 12 they are more than the hairs 01 mine head
3. To be many, multiplied, in rabab.
Psa. 69. 4 They, .are more than the hairs of mine h.
MORE and more
I. To go on, 7|bn halak.
Prov. 4. 18 that shinethmore and more unto the pe*
2.To cause to add, ]C; yasaph, 5.
Psa 71 14 and will yet praise thee more anl more
115 14 The LORD shall increase you more and in.
Isa i 5 Why.. ye will revolt more and more
Hos. 13. 2 now they sininore and more, and have m.
3. To cause to multiply, make many, nyj rabah, 5.^
2 Ch.33- 23 but Amon trespassed more and more
4. More, rather, ua\\ov mallon.
i Th 4 i God (so) ye would abound more and more
4. 10 brethren, that ye increase more and more
MORE excellent
Thorourihly excelling, Katf virtp&o\i\v koth huper.
1 Co. i2. 31 yet show I unto you a more excellent way
MORE, far or much
1 To cause to multiply, make many, n^-i rabah, o.
2 Ch.25. 9 LORD is able to give thee much more than
2 To cause to add, *\V, yasaph, 5.
i Sa. 20 13 The LORD do so and much more to .lona.
3 Afore abundantly, irepurffortpov 2)erissoteron.
Luke 7. 26 I say unto you. .much more than a prop.
Heb. 7. 15 it is yet far more evident: for that alter
4 More abundantly, irtpifffforfpus pcrissoteros.
Phil. i. 14 are much more bold to speak the wor
MORE, can no
Thus neither, oi/Twsou5f hoiMs oude.
Johni 5. 4 no more can ye, except ye abide m me
MORE part
More, greater, ir\ti*iv plei<~>n.
Acts 19. 32 the more part knew not " herefore they
27. 12 the more part advised to depart thence
MORE thaw
I. From, out of, above, jo mm.
Dan. 2. 30 wisdom that I have more than any living
2. With, oy im.
Eccl. 2. 16 no remembrance of the wise more than o
alC? 9 35 they\ound no more of her than the skull
* ^ll jfnor"{?gardeth
the rich more than the poor
3fSR. V4 had^they m the ship with them more than
6. Above, upon, over, more than, iirdi-ucpanO.
Mark l4 . 5 For it might have b?en sold for more than
7 Beyond, alongsnleof,moretkan,irapd(acc.) para.
Rom. i! 25 served the creature more than the; 12. 3 .
8. Than, j e, Luke 15. 7-
<> Over, above, beyond, more, than, br*p(acc.) huper.
Matt 10 37 He that loveth father or mother more than
I II he that loveth son or daughter more than
Phm. 21 knowing that thou wilt also do more than
MORE any ~
To cause tomultiply, make abundant *rj rabah, 5.
2 Sa 14. ii the revengers of blood to destroy any m.
MORE, to add, be. bring, do, make or put
1 To add, P
|C ynsaph.
Lev 26 2ilwillbringseventimesmoreplaguesupon
Deut q 22 he added no more : and he wrote them m
Judg 1 3. 21 the angel of the LORD did no more appear
2 To cause to add, 1CJ yasaph, 5.
i Ch.2i. 3 make, .an hundred times so many more
MORE 609 MORNING
2 Ch.io. ii I will put more to your yoke : my father
28. 22 did he trespass yet more against theLuRD
Job 34. 32 I have done iniquity, I will do no more
41. 8 Lay. .remember the battle, do no more
Isa. 1.13 Bring no more vain oblations ; incense is
Neh. 13. 18 yet ye bring more wrath upon Israel by
.lORE, to give or have (the)
1. To pass over, 13V abar.
Psa. 73. 7 they have more than heart could wish
2. To cause to multiply, make many, nyi rabah, 5.
Exod3o. 15 Therich shall not give more, and the poor
Lev. ii. 42 or whatsoever hath more feet among all
Nuni26. 54 To many thou shall give the more iuher.
33- 54 * the more ye shall give the more inher.
MORE in number, to be
1. Abundance, sn rob.
Dout. 7. 7 because ye were more in number than any
2. To be many, nyj rabaJi.
Psa. 1 39. 1 8 they are more in number than the sand
MORE, to (see)
To turn, buck, ^o sliub.
Job 7. 7 remember.. mine eye shall no more see
MORE, (so much) the
1. To cause to add, ]p; yasaph, 5.
Gen. 37. 5, 8 And they hated him yet the more
i Sa. 1 8. 29 Saul was yet the more afraid of David
2. So, I a ken.
Exod. i. 12 the more they multiplied and grew
i.Rather, more, na\\ov mallon.
Mark 7. 36 so much the more a great deal they pub.
10. 48 he cried the more agreatdeal,(Thou)son
14. 31 he spake [the more]vehemently, If I should
Luke 5. 15 so much the more went there a fame abr.
1 8. 39 cried so much the more, (thou) sou of D.
John 5. 1 8 Therefore the Jews sought the more to
19. 8 heard that saying, he was the more afraid
Acts 5. 14 believers were the more added to the L.
9. 22 Saul increased the more in strength, aud
22. 2 ; 2 Co. 7. 7 ; 7. 13 ; Heb. 10. 25.
i. Greater, /j-e^ov meizon.
Matt 20. 31 they cried the more, saying, Have mercy
5. As much as, oeros hosos.
Mark 7. 36 but the more he charged them, so much
Q. Abundantly, Trepicrffias perissos.
Matt 27. 23 they cried out the more, saying, Let him
MORE, whatsoever
Remnant, residue, ~tt}y shear.
Ezra 7. 20 whatsoever more shall be needful for the
MORE, to be yet the
To cause to add, *]&; yasaph, 5.
Exod. 9. 34 he sinned yet more, and hardened his he.
i Sa. 1 8. 29 Saul was yet the more afraid of David
MO -REH, n-iio, .Tib teacher.
1. A place iu Ephraim, near Gilgal and Mount Gerizim.
Gen. 12. 6 the place of Sichem, uuto the plain of M.
Deut it. 30 against Gilgal, beside the plains of M.
2. A hill in Issachar, at the E. end of Jezreel.
Judg 7. i th^Tiorth side of them, by the hill of M.
MOREOVER
l.Also, even, but, yea, although, *]X aph.
Nuni 16. 14 Moreover thou hast not brought us into
l.Also, even, yea, yet, truly, 05 gam.
Gen. 32. 20 say ye moreover, Behold, thy servant Ja.
i Ch. IT. 2 moreover in time past, even when Saul
3.Advantage, more, irr yother.
Eccl. 12. 9 And moreover, because the Preacher was
4.Ag(tin, yet, while, any more, "iiy od.
Exod. 3. 15 God said moreoverunto Moses, Thus sh.
5. But even, a\\a Kal alia kai.
Luke 1 6. 21 moreover the dogs came and licked his s.
3. Yet, still, en eti.
Acts 2. 26 moreover also my flesh shall rest in hope
Heb. ii. 36 yea, moreover of bonds and imprisonment
7. But what is left over, 8 5t \otir6i> ho de loipon.
1 Co. 4. 2 Moreover it is required in stewards, that
8. And, Ka.1, and also 5e Kai, I Ti. 3. 7.
9. And likewise, KOI Coitus kai homoius, He. 9. 21.
MOREOVER if
And if, cxi veim.
2 Sa. 17. 13 Moreover if he be gotten into a city, then
MO RE -SHETH OATH, na ngnin possession of Gath.
A city in the W. of Judah, birthplace of Micah the
prophet.
Mic. 1. 14 Therefore shalt thou give presents to M.
MO-RI -AH, nnb, nniD Jah provides.
The hill on the N.w. of Jebus (afterwards called the
eity of David), on which Solomon s temple was built.
Gen. 22. 2 get thee into the land of M. ; and offer
2 Ch. 3. i house of the LOBD at Jerus. in mount M.
MORNING, (in the)
l.Lirjht, "i\x or.
Neh. 8. 3 from the morning until mid day, before
2. Morning, ij33 boqer.
Gen. i. 5, 8, 13, 19, 23, 31 the evening and the mo.
19. 27 Abraham gat up early in the morning to
20. 8 Abimelech rose early in the morning, aud
21.14 Abraham rose up early in the morning
22. 3 Abraham rose up early in the morning
24. 54 they rose up iu the morning ; and he said
26. 31 they rose up betimes in the morning, and
28. 18 Jacob rose up early in the morning, and
29. 25 that in the morning, behold.it (was) Leah
31. 55 early in the morning Laban rose up, and
40. 6 Joseph came in unto them in the morning
41. 8 it came to pass in the morniug, that his
44. 3 As soon as the morning was light, the men
49. 27 in the morning he shall devour the prey
Exod. 7. 15 Get thee unto Pharaoh in the morning
8. 20 Rise up early in the morning, and stand
9. 13 Rise up early in the morning, and stand
10. 13 when it was morning, the east wiudbro.
12. 10 let nothing of it remain until the morning
12. 10 that which remaiueth of it until the m.
12. 22 none of you shall go out. .until the mor.
14. 24 in the morning watch the LORD looked
14. 27 returned to his strength when the morn.
16. 7 in the morning, then shall ye see the gl.
16. 8 in the moraing bread to the full ; forthat
16. 12 in the morning ye shall be filled with b.
16. 13 in the morning the dew lay round about
16. 19 Let no man leave of it till the morning
16. 20 some of them left of it until the morniug
16. 21 they gathered it every morning, every man
16. 23 lay up for you to be kept until the morn.
16. 24 they laid it up till the morning, as Moses
18. 13 the people stood by Moses from the nior.
18. 14 all the people stand by thee from morning
19. 16 it came to pass, .the morning, that there
23. 18 shall the fat. .remain until the morning
24. 4 Moses . . rose up early in the morning, aud
27. 2t shall orderit fromeveningto morning be.
29. 34 if ought, .remain unto the morning, then
29. 39 one lamb thou shalt offer in the morning
29. 41 according to the meat offering of the m.
30. 7 burn thereon sweet incense every morn.
34. 2 ready in the morning . .come up in them.
34. 4 Moses rose up early in the morning, and
34. 25 the sacrifice . . be left unto the morning
36. 3 they brought yet unto him. .every morn.
Lev. 6. 9 the burning . . all night unto the morning
6. 12 priest shall burn wood on it every morn.
6. 20 half of it in the morning, and half thereof
7. 15 he shall not leave any of it until the mo.
9. 17 beside the burnt sacrifice of the morning
19. 13 shall not abide with thee. .until the mor.
24. 3 shall Aaron order it. .unto the morning
Num 9. 12 They shall leave none of it unto the mor.
9. 15 the appearance of fire, until the morning
9. 2 1 when the cloud abode . . unto the morning
9. 21 the cloud was taken up in the morning
14. 40 they rose up early iu the morning, and gat
22. 13 Balaam rose up earlyinthe morning, and
22. 21 Balaam rose up in the morning, and sad.
28. 4 The oue lamb shalt thou offer in the mo.
28. 8 as the meat offering of the morning, and
28. 23 beside the burnt offering in the morning
Deut 16. 4 neither, remain all night until the morn.
16. 7 thou shalt turn in the morning, and go
28. 67 In themorningthoushalt say.WouldGod
28. 67 thou shalt say, Would God it were morn.
Josh. 3. i Joshua rose early in the morning ; and
6. 12 Joshua rose early in the morning, and
7. 14 In the morning therefore ye shall be bro.
7. 16 So Joshua rose up early in the morning
8. 10 Joshua rose up early in the morning, aud
Judg. 6. 28 when the men. .arose early in the morn.
6. 31 let him be put to death whilst . . morning
9. 33 it shall be. .in the morning, as soon as
16. 2 In the morning, when it is day, we shall
19. 5 when they arose early in the morning
19. 8 he arose early in the morning, on the fifth
19. 25 abused her all the night unto the morning
19. 27 her lord rose up in the morning, and op.
20. 19 the children of Israel rose up in the mo.
Ruth 2. 7 hath continued even from the morning
3. 13 Tarry, .and it shall be in the morning
3. 13 LORD liveth: lie down until the morning
3. 14 she lay at his feet until the morning; and
1 Sa. i. 19 they rose up in the morning early, and
3. 15 Samuel lay until the morning, and opened
5. 4 when they arose early on the morrow m.
ii. ii midst of the host in the morning watch
14. 36 and spoil them until the morning light
15. 12 Samuel rose early to meet Saul in the m.
17. 20 David rose up early in the morning, aud
19. 2 take heed to thyself until the morning
19. n to watch him, and to slay him in the mo.
2o.:35 it came to pass in the morning, that Jon.
25/22 if I leaveof all. .by the morning light, any
25. 34 had not been left, .by the morning light
25. 36 told himnothing. .until the morning light
25. 37 it came to pass in the morning, when the
29. 10 now rise up early in the morning with thy
29. 10 as soon as ye be up early in the morning
29. 1 1 rose up early to depart in the morning, to
2 Sa. 2. 27 surely then in the morning the people had
ii. 14 it came to pass in the morning, that Da.
17. 22 by the morning light there lacked not one
23. 4 as the light of the morning, .a morning
24. 1 1 when David was up in the morning, the
24. 15 from the morning even to the time appo.
i Ki. 3. 21 when I rose in the morning to give my
3. 21 when I had considered it in the morning
17. 6 brought him bread and flesh in the morn.
1 Ki. 18. 26 called on the name of Baal from morning
2 Ki. 3. 20 it came to pass in the morning, when the
3. 22 they rose up early in the morning, and the
7. 9 if we tarry till the morning light, some
10. 8 Lay ye them in two heaps . . until the mor.
10. 9 it came to pass iu the morning, that he
16. 15 Upon the great altar burn the morning
19. 35 when they arose early in the morning, b.
1 Ch. 9. 27 the opening thereof every morning, .to
16. 40 To offer, .continually morning and even.
23. 30 to stand every morning to thank and pr
2 Ch. 2. 4 for the burnt offerings morning and eve.
13. ii they burn unto the LOKD every morning
20. 20 they rose early in the morning, and went
31. 3 for the morning and evening burnt offer.
Ezra 3. 3 offered . . burnt offerings morning and eve.
Job i. 5 rose up early in the morning, and ottered
4. 20 They are destroyed from morning to eve.
7. 18 shouldest visit him every morning, .try
n. 17 shine forth, thou shalt be as the morning
24. 17 the morning (is) to them even as the sh.
38. 7 When the morning stars sang together, aud
38. 12 Hast thou commanded the morning since
Psa. 5. 3 My voice shalt thou hear in the morning
5. 3 in the morning will I direct, .unto thee
30. 5 endure for a night, but joy . . in the morn.
49. 14 shall have dominion over them in the in.
55. 17 Evening, and morning, and at noon, will
59. 16 I will sing aloud of thy mercy in the mo.
65. 8 thou makest the outgoings of the morning
73. 14 been plagued, and chastened every morn.
88. 13 in the morning shall my prayer prevent
90. 5 in the morning . . like grass (which) grow.
90. 6 In the morning it flourisheth, and grow.
92. 2 To show forth, .in the morning, and thy
130. 6, 6 they that watch for the morning
143. 8 Cause me to hear, .in the morning ; for hi
Prov. 7. 18 let us take our fill of love until the mor.
27. 14 with a loud voice, rising early in the mo.
Eccl. 10. 1 6 Woe to thee. .thy princes eat in the mo.
11. 6 In the morning sow thy seed, and in the
Isa. 5. ii Woe unto them that rise up. .in the mo.
17. ii in the morning shalt thou make thy seed
17. 14 And behold .. before the morning he (is)
21. 12 The watchmen said, The morning cometh
28. 19 for morning by morning shall it pass over
33. 2 be thou their arm every morning, our sa.
37. 36 when they arose early in the morning, b.
38. 13 I reckoned till morning, .as a lion, so will
50. 4 he wakeneth morning by morning, he w.
Jer. 20. 1 6 let him hear the cry in the morning, and
21. 12 Execute judgment in the morning, and d.
Lam. 3. 23 new every morniug: great (is) thy faithful.
Eze. 12. 8 in the morning came the word of the LoilD
24. 18 So I spake unto the people in the morning
24. 18 I did in the morning as I was commanded
33. 22 until he came to me in the morning ; and
46. 13 lamb, .thou shalt prepare it every morn.
46. 14 prepare a meat offering for it every mor.
46. 15 shall they prepare the lauib. .every mor.
Dau. 8. 26 the vision of the evening and the morning
Hos. 6. 4 for your goodness (is) as a morning cloud
7. 6 in the morning it burueth as a flaming fire
13. 3 they shall be as the morning cloud, and as
Amos 4. 4 and bring your sacrifices every morning
5. 8 the shadow of death into the morning
Mic. 2. i when the morning is light, they practise
Zeph. 3. 5 every morning doth he bring his judgment
3. Dawn, in?>P mishchar.
Psa. 1 10. 3 of holiness from the womb of the morning
4. Shining, brightness, njj nogah.
Dan. 6. 19 Theu the king arose very early in the m.
5. An awakening, warning, mishap, Tys? tsephirah.
Eze. 7. 7 The morning is come unto thee, O thou
7. 10 the morning is gone forth; the rod hath
6. Dawn, in^ shachar.
Gen. 19. 15 when the morning arose, then the angels
Neh. 4. 21 from the rising of the morning till the
Job 41. 18 his eyes, .like the eyelids of the morning
Psa. 1 39. 9 I take the wings of the morning . . dwell in
Song 6. 10 looketh forth as . . morning, fair as the m.
Isa. 14. 12 O Lucifer, son of the morning ! (how) art
58. 8 shall thy light break forth as the morning
Hos. 6. 3 his going forth is prepared as the morn.
10. 15 in a morning shall the king of Israel utt.
Joel 2. 2 the morning spread upon the mountains
Amos 4. 13 that niaketh the morning darkness, and
Jon. 4. 7 God prepared a worm when the morning
7. To rise or go early, o?y shakam, 5.
i Sa. 17. 16 the Philistine drew near morning and ev.
8. To wander, r\ys? shakah, 5.
Jer. 5. 8 They were (as) fed horses in the morning
9. Of the early dawn, opSptvos orthrinos.
Rev. 22. 16 I am the root..tlie bright and [morning] a.
10. Early, former, irpw ivos proinos.
Rev. 2. 28 And I will give him the morning star
II. Early, vptat proi.
Matt 16. 3 in the morning, -foul weather to day
Mark i. 35 in the morning, rising up a great while
11. 20 iu the morning, as they passed by, they
13. 35 master, .cometh, at even, .or in the in.
15. i straightway in the morning the chief pr.
Acts 28. 23 persuading them . . from morning till eve.
12. Early dawn, irptaia. pruia.
Matt 21. 18 Now [in the morning], as he returned into
27. i When the morning was come, all the chief
Jolm2i. 4 when the morning was now come, Jesus
MORNING 670 MOSES
HORNING, to come early in the
To be early in daion or morning, opOpifa orthrizd.
Luke 21. 38 all the people came early in the morning
MORNING, early in the
1.Early dawn or tiwrning, <Jp6po<: ortkrot.
John o. 2 [early in the morning lie came again into]
Acts 5. 21 entered into the temple early in the mor.
1.(Whrn it teas) early, (ojita) irpca i (hama) proi.
Matt 20. i which went out early in the morning to
Mark 1 6. 2 very early in the morning, the
MORROW (after)
\.Mvrniny, *.%$ boqer.
Lev. 22. 30 ye shall leave none of it until the morrow
Num 16. 5 Even to morrow the LORD will show who
22. 41 it came to pass on the morrow, that Balak
i Sa. 9. 19 to morrow I will let thee go, and will tell
fisth. 2. 14 on the morrow she returned into the se.
5. 14 to morrow speak thou unto the king that
Zeph. 3. 3 they gnaw not the bones till the morrow
,.Morrow, rnntp mochorath.
Gen. 19. 34 it came to pass on the morrow, that the
Exod 9. 6 the LORD did that thing on the morrow
18. 13 it came to pass on the morrow, that Moses
32. 6 they rose up early on the morrow, and
32. 30 it came to pass on the morrow, that Moses
Lev. 7. 16 the morrow also the remainder of it shall
19. 6 the same day ye offer it, and on the mor.
23. ii on the morrow after the sabbath the priest
23. 15 ye shall count unto you from the morrow
23. 16 Even unto the morrow after the seventh
X am 16. 41 on the morrow all the congregation of the
17. 8 it came to pass, that on the morrow Moses
33. 3 on the morrow after the passover the ch.
Josh. 5. 1 1 they did eat of the old corn . . on the mor.
5. 12 the manna ceased on themorrow after they
Judg. 6. 38 he rose up early on the morrow, and th.
9. 42 it came to pass on the morrow, that the p.
21. 4 it came to pass on the morrow, that the p.
I Sa. 5. 3 when they . . arose earlyon the morrow, be.
5. 4 when they arose early on the morrow m.
ii. ii it was (so) on the morrow, that Saul put
1 8. 10 it came to pass on the morrow, that the
20. 27 it came to pass on the morrow . . the second
31. 8 it came to pass on the morrow, when the
a Sa. ii. 12 Tarry, .and to morrow I will let thee de.
a Ki. 8. 15 it came to pass on the morrow, that he
i Ch.io. 8 it came to pass on the morrow, when the
29. 21 on the morrow after that day., a thousand
Jer. 20. 3 it came to pass on the morrow, that Pa.
B. The dawn, to morrow, atipiov aurion.
Matt. 6. 34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow
6. 34 for the morrow shall take thought for the
Lukeio. 35 on the morrow, whenhe departed, he took
Acts 4. 5 it came to pass on the morrow, that their
Jas. 4. 14 Whereas ye know not what, .on the mor.
t. Succeeding (day], 7)1 hexes.
Acts 25. 17 without any delay on the morrow I sat on
{>. The inorrow, firavptov epaurion.
Mark 1 1. 12 on the morrow, when they were come from
Acts jo. 9 On the morrow, as they went on their
10. 23 on the morrow Peter went awaywith them
10. 24 themorrowaftertheyenteredintoCesarea
20. 7 preached . . ready to depart on the morrow
22. 30 On the morrow, because he would have k.
23. 32 On the morrow they left the horsemen to
25. 23 on the morrow, when Agrippa was come
MORROW, to [ See To morrow.]


MORROW, to [ See To morrow.]
MORSEL (of meat)
I.A cake, 19? kikkar.
i Sa. 2. 36 shall . . crouch to him for . . a morsel of br.
Z.Morsel, n? path.
Gen. 1 8. 5 I will fetch a morsel of bread, and comf.
Judg ig. 5 Comfort thine heart with a morsel of br.
Ruth. 2. 14 come thousand dip thy morsel in the vi.
i Sam 28. 22 let me set a morsel of bread before thee
i Ki.iy. ii Bring me, I pray thee, a morsel of bread
Job 31. 17 Or have eaten my morsel myself alone
Psa. 147. 17 He casteth forth his ice like morsels: who
Prov 17. i Better (is) a dry morsel, and quietness
23. 8 The morsel, .thou hast eaten shalt thou
S.Act of eating, food, 0pd><m
briisis.
Heb. 12. 16 who for one morsel of meat sold his birth.
MORTAL (man)
l.A man, en:x erwsh.
Job 4. 17 Shall mortal man be more just than God?
^.Mortal, dying, 0vr)r6s thnetos.
Rom. 6. 12 Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal
8. ii shall also quicken your mortal bodies by
1 Co. 15. 53 and thismortal(must)put on immortality
15. 54 this mortal shall have put on immortality
2 Co. 4. ii might be made manifest in our mortal flesh
MORTALITY
Dying, mortal, OvrirSv thnetott.
2 Co. 5. 4 that mortality might be swallowed up of
MORTALLY
Sou , breath, y^ nephesh.
Deut 19. 11 smite him mortally that he die, and flee.
KORTAR, MORTER
1. Clay, heap, -vy\ chomer.
Gen. ii. 3 for stone, and slime had they for mortar
Exod. 1.14 hard bondage, in mortar, and in brick, and
Isa. 41. 25 he shall come upon princes as. .mortar
Nan. 3. 14 go into clay, and tread the mortar, make
2.A mortar, ~yi? uiedokah.
Num ii. 8 or beat (it) in a mortar, and baked (it) in
3.^-i mortar, hollow place, fc FC? maktesh.
Prov 27. 22 Though thou shouldest bray a fool in am.
4. Dust, ~.$y aphar.
Lev. 14. 42 he shall take other morter, and shall pi.
14. 45 all the morter of the house : and he shall
MORTGAGE, to
To mingle, traffic, negotiate, plcdije, yvj arab.
Neh. 5. 3 We have mortgaged our lands, vineyards
MORTLTY, to
l.Tu put to death, kill, 6avarota thanatoo.
Rom. 8. 13 if ye through the Spirit do mortify the d.
2. To put to death, deaden, vixpAu nekroo.
Col. 3. 5 Mortify therefore yourmemberswhichare
MO-SE -RA, .TJBID chastisement.
The place where Aaron died and was buried ; between
Bereth Bene-jaaken and Gudgodah.
Deut 10. 6 Beeroth of the children of Jaakau to M.
MO-SE -ROTH, rtnpb, rvnpiD.
The 26th station of Israel in the wilderness, and isth
from Sinai, between Hashmanah and Bene-jaaken.
. 30 departed from Hash., and encamped at M.
33. 31 they departed from M.,and pitched inB.
MO -SES, ~yo, MOXTTJS, Mwi>ffTis,Mu> j<TTis drawer out.
The youngest son of Amram and Jochebed, born B.C.
1571, just at the time when the*king of Egypt had re
solved on the destruction of every newly born male
child among the Israelites. Being saved by Pharaoh s
daughter, she gave him her own title, the "drawer out,"
from the water, and brought him up as an adopted son,
so that he was skilled in all the wisdom of the
Egyptians. His patriotic desire for his brethren at last
compelled him to leave Egypt when forty years of age,
to which he returned after an interval of forty years
sojourn in Midian only at the repeated command of
God. His successive interviews with his brethren, and
with the king of Egypt, his wonderful miracles, and the
admirable patience, faith, and skill he evinced through
out his whole career, are graphically depicted in his
works that remain. He is traditionally supposed to
have written the introductory chapters of the Book of
Job, and the conclusion of the whole. His authorship
of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy are
attested by every possible mark of an internal and of
an external kind. These books bear incontestable
evidence that they were composed in a wilderness
state, yet with an express view to a speedy settlement
in a fruitful land. Repeatedly in these Moses is
directed to write in a book (or more properly, in the
Book), Exod. 17. 14; 34. 27, and he is represented as writ
ing in Exod. 24. 4-7 ; 34. 28. These passages refer to the
wars, the ten commandments, the treatment of the
Canaanites, and the various festivals. In Num. 33. 2
it is said he " wrote their goings out according to their
journeys by the commandment of the Lord," that is,
apparently, a kind of " Daily Journal." Deuteronomy
is, if possible, even more express on the point, in such
passages as 31.9, 22, 24, enjoining, "the book the
song the law," to be read and rehearsed and pre
served. Accordingly the Book of Joshua makes
express mention of "the Book of the Law of Moses,"in
i. 7, 8; 8. 32, 34; 23. 3, 6, 16 ; 24. 26, and all the succeed
ing books of Scripture support the same view. The
ten tribes who revolted after the death of Solomon, held
fast to the Pentateuch, which they certainly would not
have done had it been composed after that event. The
Book which Hilkiah found in the temple was pro
bably the Book of Leviticus a book so strictly appro
priate for the priests alone, that it is not wonderful it
was left very much in their hands the threatenings
of which in chapter xxvi. are so well fitted to have
stirred the heart of the pious king Josiah. As a
historian, an orator, a leader, a statesman, a legislator,
a patriot, and a man, Moses stands pre-eminent.
But no mere genius could have made him the originator
of sound jurisprudence the great teacher of mono
theism and sound morality except he had also been
a prophet of the Most High, supernaturally guided and
aided in his work. He died in the plains of Moab, over
against Beth-peor, B. C. 1451, at the ripe age of 120
years, while yet " his eye was not dim, nor his natural
force abated."
Exod. 2. 10 she called his name M.: and she said, Be.
2. ii when M. was grown, that he wentout
2. 14 M. feared, and said, Surely this thing is
2. 15 he sought to slay M. but M. fled from the
2. 17 M. stood up and helped them, and wate.
2. 21 And M. was content to dwell with the man
2. 21 and he gave M. Zipporah his daughter
3. i M. kept the flock of Jethro his father in
3. 3 M. said, I will now turn aside, and see
3. 4 God called unto him. .and said, M., M.
3. 6 M. hid his face ; for he was afraid to look
3. n M. said unto God, Who (am) I, that I sho.
3. 13 M. said unto God, Behold, (when) I come
3. 14 God said unto M., I am that I am : and he
3. 15 God said moreover unto M., Thus shalt
4. i M. answered and said, But, behold, they
4. 3 became a serpent; and M. fled from bef.
4. 4 And the LORD said unto M.
So in 4. 19, 21 ; 6. i ; 7. i, 14; 8. 16, 20; 9. i, 8, 13, 22;
10. i, 12, 21 ; ii. i, 9; 12. 43; 14. 15, 26; 16. 28; 17. 5,
14; 19. 9, 10, 21 ; 20. 22; 24. 12; 30. 34; 32. 9, 33; 33.
17; 34. i, 37. Lev. 10. 3; 21. i. Num. 3. 40; 7. ii; n.
16,23; IZ - Z
4*> 4- ii ; 15- 35 > 17-10; 21. 8, 34; 25. 4;
27. 12, 18. Deut. 31. 14, 16.
Exod. 4. 10 M. said unto the LORD, O my Lord, I (am)
4. 14 anger of the LORD was kindled against M.
4. 18 M. went and returned to Jethro his father
4. 1 8 And Jethro said to M., Go in peace
4. 20 M. took his wife and his sons, and set
4. 20 and M. took the rod of God in his hand
(. 27 said. .Go into the wilderness to meet M.
4. 28 M. told Aaron all the words of the LORD
4. 29 M. and Aaron went and gathered together
4. 30 words which the LORD had spoken unto M.
5. i M. and Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh
5. 4 Wherefore do ye, M. and Aaron, let the
5. 20 they met M. and Aaron, who stood in the
5. 22 M. returned unto the LORD, and said, L.
6. 2 God spake unto M., and said unto him, I
6. 9 M. spake so unto the children of Israel
6. 9 they hearkened not unto M. for anguish
6. 10 And the LORD spake unto M., saying
6. 12 M. spake before the LORD, saying, Behold
6. 13 the LORD spake unto M. and unto Aaron
6. 20 she bare him Aaron and M. ; and the years
6. -26 These (are) that Aaron and M., to whom
6. 27 these (are) that M. and Aaron
6. 28 LORD spake unto M. in the land of Egypt
6. 29 the LORD spake unto M., saying, I (am)
7. 6 M. and Aaron did as the LORD comman.
7. 7 And M. (was) fourscore years old. and A.
7. 8 LORD spake unto M. and unto Aaron,
7. 10 M. and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh, and
7. 19 The LORD spake unto M., Say unto Aaron
7. 20 M. and Aaron did so, as the LORD comm.
8. i The LORD spake unto M. , Go unto Pharaoh
8. 5 the LORD spake unto M., Say unto Aaron
8. 8 Pharaoh called for M. and Aaron, and said
8. 9 M. said unto Pharaoh, Glory over me : w.
8. 12 M. and Aaron went out from Pharaoh . .M.
8. 13, 31 LORD did according to the word of M.
8. 25 Pharaoh called for M. and for Aaron, and
8. 26 M. said, It is not meet so to do; for we
8. 29 M. said, Behold, I go out from thee, and
8. 30 M. went out from Pharaoh, and entreated
9. 8 let M. sprinkle it toward the heaven in
9. 10 M. sprinkled it up toward heaven ; and it
9. ii magicians could not stand before M.
9. 12 as the LORD had spoken unto M.
9. 23 M. stretched forth his rod toward heaven
9. 27 called for M. and Aaron, and said unto
9. 29 M. said unto him, As soon as I am gone
9. 33 M. wentout of the city from Pharaoh, and
9. 35 hardened, .as the LORD had spoken by M.
o. 3 M. and Aaron came in unto Pharaoh, and
o. 8 And M. and Aaron were brought again
o. 9 M . said, AVe will go with our young and
o. 13 M. stretched forth his rod over the land
o. 16 Pharaoh called forM. and Aaron in haste
o. 22 M. stretched forth his hand toward heaven
o. 24 And Pharaoh called unto M., and said, Go
o. 25 M. said, Thou must give us also sacrifices
0. 29 M. said, Thou hast spoken well, I will see
1. 3 M. (was) very great in the land of Egypt
i. 4 M. said, Thus saith the LORD, About mid.
11. 10 M. and Aaron did all these wonders before
12. i the LORD spake unto M. and Aaron in the
12. 21 M. called for all the elders of Israel, and
12. 28 didastheJLoRDhad coinmandedfM^and A.
12. 31 he called forM. and Aaron by night, and
12. 35 did according to the word of M. ; and they
12. 50 as the LORD commanded M. and Aaron
13. i And the LORD spake unto M., saying
So in 14. i ; ifi.ii; 25. i ; 30. n, 17, 22 ; 31. i, 12 ; 40.
i. Lev. 4. i ; 5. 14; 6. i, 8, 19,24; 7.22, 28 ; 8. i ; 12. i;
14. i ; 17. i ; 18. i ; 19. i ; 20. i ; 21. 16 ; 22. i, 17, 26 ;
23- I. 9. 23. 33 I 24- L 13 I 27- i- ^"um- 3- 5. ". M. 441
5. i, 5, ii ; 6. i ; 7. 4 ; 8. i, 5, 23 ; 9. 9 ; 10. i ; 13. i ; 15.
i. 17. 37 ! l6- 20, 23, 36, 44 ; 17. i ; 18. 25 ; 19. i ; 20. 7 ;
25. 10, 16; 26. 52; 27. 6; 28. i; 31. i, 25; 34. i, 16; 35.
9.
Exodi3- 3 M. said unto the people, Remember this
13. 19 M. took the bones of Joseph with him : for
14. ii they said unto M., Because (there were)
14. 13 M. said unto the people, Fearye not, stand
14. 21 M. stretched out his hand over the sea
14. 27 M. stretched forth his hand over the sea
14. 31 and believed the LORD, and his servant M.
15. i Then sang M. and the children of Israel
15. 22 So M. brought Israel from the Red Sea
15. 24 people murmured against M., saying, W.
16. 2 murmured against M. and Aaron in the
16. 4 Then said the LORD unto M., Behold, I
j6. 6 M. and Aaron said unto all the children
16. 8 M. said, (This shall be), when the LORD
16. 9 M. spake unto Aaron, Say unto all the
16. 15 M. said unto them, This (is) the bread
16- 19 M. said, Let no man leave of it till the in.
16. 20 hearkened not unto M. . . and M. was wroth
16. 22 and all the rulers, .came and told M.
16. 24 they laid it up till the morning, as M. bade
16. 25 M. said, Eat that to day, for to day (is) a
16. 32 M. said, This (is) the thing which the L.
1 6. 33 M. said unto Aaron, Take a pot, and put
16. 34 As the LORD commanded M., so Aaron
17. 2 people did chide with M. . .And M. said
17. 3 people murmured against M., and said
17. 4 M. cried unto the LORD, saying. What
17. 6 M. did so in the sight of the elders of Is.
17. 9 M. said unto Joshua, Choose us out men
MOSES 671 MOSES
Exodi;. 10 Joshua did as M. had said, .and M., Aaron
17. ii when 51. held up his hand, that Israel p.
17. 12 M. hands (were) heavy ; and they took
17. 15 M. built an altar, and called the name of
18. i When Jethro. . M. father in law, heard
18. i that God had done for 51., and for Israel
1 8. 2 M. father in law, took Zipporah, M. wife
18. 5 M. father inlaw, came with his sonsand
1 8. 5 came, .unto M. into the wilderness, where
1 8. 6 he said unto M. , I thy father in law Jethro
18 7 M. went out to meet his father in law, and
18. 8 M. told his father in law all that the
1 8. 12 M. father in law, took a burnt offering
18. 12 eat bread with M. father in law before God
18. 13 that M. sat to judge the people: and the
1 8. 13 people stood by M. from the morning unto
18. 14 M. father in law saw all that he did to
18. 15 M. said unto his father in law, Because
18. 17 M. father in law said unto him, Thething
18. 24 M. hearkened to the voice of his father
18. 25 M. chose able men out of all Israel, and
18. 26 the hard causes they brought unto M.
18. 27 51. let his father in law depart ; and he
19. 3 51. went up unto God, and the LORD call.
19. 7 M. came and called for the elders of the
19. 8 M. returned the words of the people unto
19. 9 M. told the words of the people unto the
19. 14 M. went down from the mount unto the
19. 17 And M. brought forth the people out of
19. 19 M. spake, and God answered him by a voice
19. 20 called M. (up) to the top of the mount
19. 23 51. said unto the LORD, The people cannot
19. 25 51. went down unto the people, and spake
30. 19 they said unto 51., Speak thou with us
30. 20 M. said unto the people, Fear not: for God
20. 21 51. drew near unto the thick darkness w.
24. i he said unto 51., Come up unto the LORD
24. 2 51. alone shall come near the LORD ; but
24. 3 51. came and told the people all the words
24. 4 M. wrote all the words of the LORD, and
24. 6 M. took half of the blood, and put (it)
in
24. 8 M. took the blood, and sprinkled (it) on
24. 9 Then went up 51., and Aaron, Nadab, and
24. 13 51. rose up, and his minister Joshua : and
24. 13, 15 And 51. went up into the mount
24. 1 6 he called unto M. out of the midst of the
24. 1 8 M. went into the midst of the cloud, and
24. 1 8 M. was in the mount forty days and forty
31. 1 8 he gave unto M., when he had made an-
32. i 51. delayed to come down out of the mo.
32. i (as for) this M., the man that brought us
32. 7 the LORD said unto 51., Go, get thee down
32. ii M. besought the LORD his God, and said
32. 15 M. turned, and went down from the mo.
32. 17 he said unto M., (There is) a noise of war
32. 19 1C.1 anger waxed hot, and he cast the ta.
32. 21 5f. said unto Aaron, What did this people
32. 25 51. saw that the people (were) naked, for
32. 26 M. stood in the gate of the camp, and said
32. 28 Levi did according to the word of 51. : and
32. 29 M. had said, Consecrate yourselves to day
32. 30 51. said unto the people, Ye have sinned
52. 31 51. returned unto the LORD, and said, Oh
33. i LORDsaidunto5I.,Depart,(and)go up he.
33. 5 the LORD had said unto M., Say unto the
33. 7 And 51. took the tabernacle, and pitched
33. 8 M. wentout unto the tabernacle, (that)all
33. 8 looked after 51., until he was gone into the
33. 9 as M. entered into the tabernacle, the
33. 9 descended . . and (the LORD) talked with 51.
33. ii the LORD spake unto M. face to face, as a
33. 12 M. said unto the LORD, See, thou sayest
34. 4 51. rose up early in the morning, and went
34. 8 M. made haste, and bowed his head tow.
34. 29 when M. came down from mount Sinai
34. 29 the twe tables of testimony in M. hand
34. 29 51. wist not that the skin of his face shone
34. 30 Aaron and. .the children of Israel saw M.
34. 31 M. called unto them ; and Aaron and all
34. 31 returned unto him : and M. talked with
34. 33 (till) M. had done speaking with them, he
34. 34 51. went in before the LORD to speak with
34. 35 51. , that the skin of M. face shone : and 51.
35. i 51. gathered all the congregation of the
35. 4 M. spake unto all the congregation of the
35. 20 Israel departed from the presence of 51.
35. 29 commanded to be made by the hand of M.
35. 30 M. said unto the children of Israel, See
36. 2 M. called Bezaleel and Aholiab, and every
36. 3 they received of 5f. all the offering which
36. 5 they spake unto 51. , saying, The people
36. 6 51. gave commandment, and they caused
38. 21 according to the commandment of M.
38. 22 made all that the LORD commanded M.
39. i, 5, 7, 21, 26, 29, 31 as the LORD com. M.
39. 32 all that the LORD commanded 51., so did
39. 33 they brought the tabernacle unto M.,the
39. 42 all that the LORD commanded 51., so the
39. 43 M. did look upon all the work, .and M.
40. 1 6 Thus did M. : according to all that the
40. 18 51. reared up the tabernacle, and fastened
40. 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 32 as the LORD com. M.
40. 31 M. and Aaron and his sons washed their
40. 33 he reared up the court. .So M. finished
40. 35 M. was not able to enter into the tent of
iev. i. i LORD called untoM., and spake unto him
7. 38 Which the LORD commanded M. in mount
8. 4 51. did as the LORD commanded him ; and
8. 5 M. said unto the congregation, This (is)
8. 6 M. brought Aaron and his sons, and wa.
8- 9 I 3, 17, 21, 29 asthe LORD commanded M.
8. 10 M. took the anointing oil, and anointed
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13 M. brought Aaron s sons, and put coats
15 M. took the blood, and put (it) upon the
1 6 he took, .their fat, and M. burned (it) upon
19 M. sprinkled the blood upon the altar ro.
20 M. burnt the head, and the pieces, and
21 M. burnt the whole ram upon the altar
23 M. took of the blood of it, and put (it)upon
24 M. put of the blood . . and M. sprinkled the
28 M. took them from off their hands, and
29 M. took the breast, .it was M. part; as
30 M. took of the anointing oil, and of the b.
31 M. said unto Aaron and to his sons, Boil
36 the LORD commanded by the hand of M.
i M. called Aaron and his sons, and the el.
5 they brought (that) which M. commanded
6 M. said, This (is) the thing which the L.
7 M. said unto Aaron, Go unto the altar, and
10 he burnt, .as the LORD commanded M.
21 wave offering before the LORD; as M. co.
23 M. and Aaron went into the tabernacle
3 M. said unto Aaron, This (is it) that the
4 M. called Mishael and Elzaphan, the sons
5 went near, and carried them . . as M. had
6 M. said unto Aaron, and unto Eleazar and
7 And they did according to the word of M.
1 1 hath spoken unto them by the hand of M.
12 M. spake unto Aaron, and unto Eleazar
1 6 M. diligently sought the goat of the sin o.
19 A. said unto M., Behold, this day have
20 And when M. heard (that), he was content
i LORD spake unto M. and to Aaron, saying
i And the LORD spake unto M. and Aaron
33 LORD spake unto M. and unto Aaron, sa.
i And the LORD spake unto M. and to Aaron
i LORD spake unto M., after the death of
34 And he did as the LORD commanded M.
24 M. told (it) unto Aaron, and to his sons
44 M. declared unto the children of Israel
1 1 brought him unto M. : and his mother s
23 M. spake unto the children of Israel, that
23 Israel did as the LORD commanded M.
i LpRD spake unto M. in mount Sinai, say.
46 which the LORD made . . by the hand of M.
34 which the LORD commanded M. for the
i the LORD spake unto M. in the wilderness
17 And M. and Aaron took these men which
19 As the LORD commanded M., so he num.
44 which M. and Aaron numbered, and the
48 For the LORD had spoken unto M., saying
54 accord, to all that. .LORD commanded M.
i LORD spake untoM. and unto Aaron, say.
33 numbered, .as the LORD commanded M.
34 accord, to all that. . LORD commanded M.
i M. , in the day(that)the LORD spake withiM.
16 M. numbered them, according to the word
38 those that encamp before, .(shall be) M.
39 M. and Aaron numbered at the comman.
42 M. numbered, as the LORD commanded
49 M. took the redemption money of them
51 II. gave the money of them that were re.
51 word of the LORD, as the LORD comma. M.
i, 17, 21 And the LORD spake unto M. and
34 And M. and Aaron and the chief of the
37 which M. and Aaron did number, accor.
37 command, of the LORD by the hand of M.
41 M. and Aaron did number according to the
45 whom M. and Aaron numbered, according
45 that were numbered, .by the hand of M.
46 whom M. and Aaron and the chief of Isr.
49 they were numbered by the hand of 51.
49 numbered of him. .the LoRDcommand. M.
4 as the LORD spake unto M., so did the ch.
i M. had fully set up the tabernacle, and
6 M. took the wagons and the oxen, and
89 M. was gone into the tabernacle of the
3 lighted the lamps, .as the LORD comma. II.
4 pattern which the LORD had showed M.
20 M., and Aaron, and all the congregation
20, 22 commanded M. concerning the Levites
1 the LORD spake unto M. in the wilderness
4 M. spake unto the children of Israel, that
5 all that the LORD commanded M., so did
6 they came before M. and before Aaron on
8 M. said unto them, Stand still, and I will
23 command, of the LORD by the hand of M.
13 command, of the LORD by the hand of M.
29 M. said unto Hobab, the son of..M. father
35 51. said, Rise up, LORD, and let thine en.
2 the people cried unto M.; and when M. pr.
10 II. heard the people weep throughout th.
10 anger of the LORD . . 51. also was displeased
11 M. said unto the LORD, Wherefore hast
21 M. said, The people, among whom I (am)
24 M. went out, and told the people the wo.
27 and told M., and said, Eldad and Medad
28 the servant of M., (one) of his young men
28 answered and said, My lord M., forbid
29 M. said unto him, Enviest thou for mys.?
30 M. gat him into the camp, he and the el.
1 and Aaron spake against 51. because of
2 Hath the LORD indeed spoken only by 51.
3 M. (was) very meek, above all the men w.
4 the LORD spake suddenly unto M., and
7 M. (is) not so, who (is) faithful in all mine
8 not afraid to speak against my servant 51.
ii Aaron said unto M., Alas! my lord, I be.
13 M. cried unto the LORD, saying, Heal her
3 M. by the commandment of the LORD sent
16 which 51. sentto spy out the land. And 51.
17 M. sent them to spy out the land of Can.
26 and came to M., and to Aaron, and to all
30 Caleb stilled the people before M., and
Numi4. 2 murmured against M. atyl against Aaron
14. 5 M. and Aaron fell on thuir faces before
14. 13 M. said unto the LORD, Then the Egypt.
14. 26 LORD spake unto M. and unto Aaron, say.
14. 36 the men which M. sent to search the land
14. 39 51. told these sayings unto all thechildren
14. 41 M. said, Wherefore now do ye transgress
14. 44 ark of the covenant of the LORD, and M
15. 22 which the LORD hath spoken unto M.
15. 23 hath commanded you by the hand of M.
l Sf 33 tnev that, .brought him unto M. and Aa
15. 36 and he died ; asthe LORD commanded M.
16. 2 they rose up before M., with certain of
16. 3 gathered themselves together against M.
16. 4 And when M. heard (it), he fell upon his
16. 8 M. said unto Korah, Hear, I pray you, ye
16. 12 51. sent to call Dathan and Abiram, the
16. 15 M. was very wroth, and said unto the L.
16. 16 M. said unto Korah, Be thou and all thy
16. 18 and stood in the door, .with M. and Aaron
16. 25 M. rose up, and went unto Dathan and Ab.
16. 28 M. said, Hereby ye shall know that the L.
1.6. 40 the LORD said to him by the hand of M.
16. 41 murmured against M. and against Aaron
16. 42 was gathered against M. and against Aa.
16. 43 M. and Aaron came before the tabernacle
16. 46 M. said unto Aaron, Take a censer, and
16. 47 Aaron took as M. commanded, and ran
16. 50 Aaron returned unto M. unto the door of
17. 6 M. spake unto the children of Israel, and
17. 7 M. laid up the rods before the LORD in
17. 8 M. went into the tabernacle of witness
17. 9 M. brought out all the rods from before
17. ii M. did (so): as the LORD commanded him
17. 12 children of Israel spake unto M., saying
20. 2 gathered themselves together against M.
20. 3 the people chode with M., and spake, sa.
20. 6 M. and Aaron went from the presence of
20. 9 M. took the rod from before the LORD, as
20. 10 And M. and Aaron gathered the congre.
20. ii M. lifted up his hand, and with his rod
20. 12 LORD spake unto M. and Aaron, Because
20. 14 M. sentjmessengers fromKadeshuutothe
20. 23 LORD spake unto M. and Aaron in mount
20. 27 M. did as the LORD commanded : and
20. 28 M. stripped Aaron of his garments, and
20. 28 51. and Eleazar came down from the m.
21. 5 people spake against God, and against 51.
21. 7 the people came to 51. . .And 51. prayed
21. g 51. made a serpent of brass, and put it
21. 16 the well whereof the LORD spake unto 51.
21. 32 51. sent to spy out Jaazer, aud they took
25. 5 51. said unto the judges of Israel, Slay ye
25. 6 a 5Iidianitish woman in the sight of 51.
26. i LORD spake unto 51. and unto Eleazar the
26. 3 51. and Eleazar the priest spake with them
26. 4 the LORD commanded 5I. and the children
26. 9 who strove against 51. and against Aaron
26. 59 she bare untoAmram Aaron and 51., and
26. 63 were numbered by 51. and Eleazar the pr.
26. 64 them whom 51. and Aaron the priest nu.
27. 2 they stood before M., and before Eleazar
27. 5 And 51. brought their cause before theL.
27. ii a statute, .as the LORD commanded 51.
27. 15 And 51. spake unto the LORD, saying
27. 22 51. did as the LORD commanded him: and
27. 23 as the LORD commanded by the hand of 51.
29. 40 51. told the children of Israel according
29. 40 according tojall. . the LORD commanded 51.
30. i And 51. spake unto the heads of the tribes
30. 16 statutes which the LORD commanded 51.
31. 3 51. spake unto the people, saying, Arm
31. 6 51. sent them to the war, a thousand of
31. 7 they warred . . as the LORD commanded 51.
31. 12 unto 51., and Eleazar the priest, and unto
31. 13 And M., and Eleazar the priest, and all
31. 14 M. was wroth with the officers of the host
31. 15 51. said unto them, Have ye saved all the
31. 21 of the law which the LORD commanded 51.
31. 31 51. and Eleazar. .did as the LORD com. 51.
31. 41 51. gave the tribute, (which was) the L.
31. 41 unto Eleazar.. as the LORD command. 51.
31. 42 which 51. divided from the men that wa.
31. 47 51. took one portion of fifty, (both) of man
31. 47 gave them, .as the LORD commanded 51.
31. 48 captains of hundreds, came near unto 51.
31. 49 they said unto M.,Thy servants have taken
31. 54 51. and Eleazar the priest took the gold
32. 2 spake unto 51., and to Eleazar the priest
32. 6 51. said unto the children of Gad and to
32. 20 51. said unto them, If ye will do this thing
32. 25 children of Reuben spake unto 51., saying
32. 28 51. commanded Eleazar the priest, and J.
32. 29 51. said unto them, If the children of Gad
32. 33 51. gave unto them, (even) to the children
32. 40 And 51. gave Gilead unto Machir the son
33. i armies under the hand of M. and Aaron
33. 2 51. wrote their goings out according to
33. 50 the LORD spake unto 51. in the plains of
34. 13 51. commanded the children of Israel, s.
36. i spake before 51., and before the princes
36. 5 And 51. commanded the children of Israel
36. 10 Even as the LORD commanded 5f., so did
36. 13 which the LORD comma, by the hand of 51.
Deut. i. i 51. spake unto all Israel on this side
i. 3 (that) 51. spake unto the children of I.
i. 5 land of 5Ioab, began 51. to declare this law
4.41 51. severed three cities on this side Jordan
4. 44 which 51. set before the children of Israel
4. 45 51. spake unto thechildren of Israel, after
4. 46 whom 51. and thechildren of Israel smota
5. i 51. called all Israel, and said unto them
MOSES G72 MOTHER
Ueut 27. i XL with the elders of Israel commanded
27. 9 XL and the priests the Levitesspake unto
27. ii M. charged the people the same day, say.
29. i covenant which the LOKI> OOBUMMM XI.
29. 2 XI. called unto all Israel, and said unto
31. i XI. went and spake these words unto all
31. 7 XL called unto Joshua, and said unto him
31. 9 XI. wrote this law, and delivered it unto
31. 10 XL commanded them, saying, At the end
31. 14 XL and Joshua went, and presented the.
31. 22 XI. therefore wrote this song the same day
31. 24 XL had made an end of writing the words
.)i. 25 XL commanded the Levites, which bare
31. 30 XL spake in the ears of . . the congregation
)2. 44 M. came and spake all the words of this
32. 45 XL made an end of speaking all these w.
32. 48 the LORD spake unto XI. that self same day
33. i XL the man of God blessed the children
33. 4 XI. commanded us a law, (even) the inhe.
34. i XI. went up from the plains of Xloab unto
34. 5 XI. the servant of the LORD died there in
34. 7 XI. (was) an hundred and twenty years old
34. 8 the children of Israel wept for XL in the
34. 8 weeping (and) mourning for XL were ended
34. 9 for XI. had laid his hands upon him : and
34. 9hearkened..auddidas..LoRD comman. XL
34. 10 a prophet since in Israel like unto XL
34. 12 which XL showed in the sight of all Israel
Josh. i. i the death of XL the servant of the LORD
i. i unto Joshua the son of Nun, XI. minister
i. 2 XI. my servant is dead ; now therefore arise
3 have I given unto you, as I said unto XI.
5 as I was with XL, (so) I will be with thee
7 the law which XL my servant commanded
13 XL the servant of the LORD commanded
14 land which XI. gave you on this side Jor.
15 XL the LORD S servant gave you on this
17 as we hearkened unto XL in all things, so
17 thy God be with thee, as he was with XL
3. 7 as I was with XL, (so) I will be with thee
4. 10 according to all that XL commanded Jo.
4. 12 passed over armed, .as XL spake unto them
4. 14 as they feared XL, all the days of his life
8. 31 XI. the servant of the LORD commanded
8. 31 is written in the book of the law of M.
8. 32 upon the stones a copy of the law of XL
8. 33 XL the servant of the LORD had comman.
8. 35 was not a word of all that XI. commanded
9. 24 God commanded his servant XL to give
ii. 12 as XL the servant of the LORD commanded
11.15 the LORD commanded XI. his servant, so
11.15 undone of all that the LORD comman. XI.
ii. 20 destroy them, as the LORD commanded XI.
11. 23 according to all that. .LORD said unto XL
12. 6 XL the servant of the LORD and the chil.
12. 6 XL the servant of the LoRDgave it (for) a
13. 8 which XL gave them, beyond Jordan east.
13. 8 as XI. the servant of the LORD gave them
13. 12 for these did XL smite, and cast them out
13. 15 XI. gave unto the tribe of the children of
13. 21 whom XL smote with the princes of Xlid.
13. 24 XI. gave (inheritance) unto the tribe of Gad
13. 29 XL gave (inheritance) unto the half tribe
13. 32 (are the countries) which XL did distribute
13. 33 tribe of Levi XL gave not (any) inheritance
14. 2 as the LORD commanded by the hand of XI.
14. 3 XL had given the inheritance of two tribes
14. 5 As the LORD commanded XL, so the chil.
14. 6 that the LORD said unto XL the man of God
14. 7 XL the servant of the LORD sent me from
14. 9 XL sware on that day, saying, Surely the
14. 10 the LORD spake this word unto XL, while
14. ii strong. .(I was) in the day that XL sent me
17. 4 LoRDcommanded XI. to give us an inherit.
18. 7 which XI. the servant of the LoRDgave them
20. 2 whereof I spake unto . . by the hand of XL
21. 2, 8 LORD commanded by the hand of XI.
22. 2 Ye have kept all that XL the servant of
22. 4 which XL the servant of the LoRDgave you
22. 5 which XL the servant of the LORD charged
22. 7 (one) half of the tribe of XIanasseh XL had
22. 9 to the word of the LORD by the hand of XI.
23. 6 is written in the book of the law of XL
24. 5 I sent XI. also and Aaron, and I plagued
Judg. i. 16 the children of the Kenite, XL father in
i. 20 they gave Hebron unto Caleb, as XI. said
3. 4 commanded their fathers by. .hand of XL
4. 1 1 Heber the Kenite . . the father in law of XI.
x Sa.i2. 6(Ii is) the LORD that advanced XL and A.
12. 8 then the LORD sent XI. and Aaron, which
i Ki. 2. 3 as it is written in the law of XL, that thou
8. 9 two tables of stone, which XL put there
8. 53 as thou spakest by the hand of XI. thy s.
8. 56 which he promised by the hand of XI. his
3 Ki.i4. 6 is written in the book of the law of XL
1 8. 4 brake in pieces the brasen serpent that XL
18. 6 but kept., which the LORD commanded XL
18. 12 transgressed . . all that XL the servant of
21. 8 all the law that myservant XL commanded
23. 25 turned, .according to all the law of XL
i Ch. 6. 3 children of Amram; Aaron, and XL, and
6. 49 according to all that XL the servant of G.
15. 15 as XL commanded according to the word
21. 29 tabernacle of the LORD, which XL made in
22. 13 judgments which the LORD charged XI.
23. 13 sons of Amram; Aaron and XL: and Aa.
23. 14 Now (concerning) XL the man of God, his
23. 15 The sons of XI. (were) Gershom and Elie.
26. 24 Shebuelthe son of Gershom, theson of XI.
3 Ch. i. 3 which XL the servant of the LORD had m.
s. 10 the two tables which XL put (therein)at H.
8. 13 according to the commandment of XL, on
2 Ch.23. 1 8 as (it is) written in the law of XI., with
24. 6 (according to the commandment) of XI.
24. 9 bring in to the LORD the collection. .M.
25. 4 written in the law in the book of XI., where
30. 16 according to the law of XI. the man of G.
33. 8 law and the statutes, .by the hand of XI.
34. 14 a book of the law of the LORI> (given) by XI.
35. 6 to the word of the LORD by the hand of XI.
35. 12 as (it is) written in the book of XI.: and
Ezra 3. 2 as (it is) written in the law of XI. the man
6. 18 set. .as it is written in the book of XI.
7. 6 he (was) a ready scribe in the law of XI.
Neh. i. 7 which thou commandedst thy servant XI.
i. 8 that thou commandedst thy servant M.
8. i bring the book of the law of XI., which
8. 14 the LORD had commanded by XI., that the
9. 14 statutes, and laws, by the hand of XI. thy
10. 29 which was given by XI. the servant of G.
13. i On that day they read in the book of XI.
Psa. 77. 20 leddest thy people., by the hand of XI. and
90. title. A prayer of XI. the man of God
99. 6 XI. and Aaron among his priests, and Sa.
103. 7 He made known his ways unto XI., his a.
105. 26 He sent XI. his servant, (and) Aaron whom
106. 16 They envied XI. also in the camp, (and) A.
106. 23 had not XI. his chosen stood before him in
106. 32 so that it went ill for XI. for their sakes
Isa. 63. ii Then he remembered the days of old, XI.
63. 12 That led (them) by the right hand of XI.
Jer. 15. i Though XI. and Samuel stood before me
Dan. 9. it oath that (is) written in the law of XI. the
9. 13 As (it is) written in the law of XI., all this
Xlic. 6. 4 and I sent before thee XI., Aaron, and XI.
XInl. 4. 4 Remember ye the law of XI. my servant
XIatt. 8. 4 offer the gift that XI. commanded, for a
17. 3 there appeared unto them XI. and Elias
17. 4 one for thee, and one for XL, and one for
19. 7 Why did XI. then command to give a wr.
19. 8 XI. because of the hardness of your hearts
22. 24 XIaster, XI. said, If a man die, having no
23. 2 scribes and the Pharisees sit in XL s seat
XIark i. 44 offer, .those things which XI. commanded
7. 10 For XI. said, Honour thy father and thy m.
9. 4 there appeared unto them Elias with XI.
9. 5 one for thee, and one for XI., and one for
10. 3 he answered . . What did XI. command you?
10. 4 XI. suffered to write a bill of divorcement
12. 19 XI. wrote unto us, If a man s brother die
12. 26 have ye not read in the book of XI., how
Luke 2. 22 purification according to the law of XI.
5. 14 offer, .according as XI. commanded, for a
9. 30 talked with him two men, which were XI.
9. 33 one for thee, and one for XI., and one for
16. 29 They have XI. and the prophets ; let them
16. 31 If they hear not XI. and the prophets, ne.
20. 28 XI. wrote unto us, If any man s brother
20. 37 even XI. showed at the bush, when he ca.
24. 27 beginning at XI. and all the prophets, he
24. 44 which were written in the law of XL, and
John i. 17 For the law was given by XL, (but) grace
i. 45 We have found him of whom XI. in the law
3. 14 as XI. lifted up the serpent in the wilder.
5. 45 there is (one) that accuseth you, (even) XI.
5. 46 For had ye believed XI., ye would have b.
6. 32 XI. gave you not that bread from heaven
7. 19 Did not XI. give you the law, and (yet)
7. 22 XI. therefore gave . . not because it is of XI.
7. 23 that the law of XI. should not be broken
8. 5 [Now M. in the law commanded us, that]
9. 28 Thou art his disciple ; but we are XL s dis.
9. 29 We know that God spake unto XI. : (as for)
Acts 3. 23 For XI. truly said unto the fathers, A pr.
6. 1 1 speak blasphemous words against XI. , and
6. 14 shall change the customs which XI. deli.
7. 20 XI. was born, and was exceeding fair, and
7. 22 XI. was learned in all the wisdom of the
7. 29 Then fled XI. at this saying, and was a
7. 31 When XI. saw (it), he wondered at the si.
7. 32 Then XI. trembled, and durst not behold
7. 35 XI. whom they refused, saying, Who made
7. 37 XI. which said unto the children of Israel
7. 40 XI. , which brought us out of the land of
7. 44 speaking unto XL, that he should make
13. 39 could not be justified by the law of XI.
15. i ye be circumcised after the manner of XI.
15. 5 to command (them) to keep the law of XL
15. 21 XI. of old time hath iuevery city them that
21. 21 thou teachest all the Jews, .to forsake XI.
26. 22 the prophets and XI. did say should come
28. 23 of the law of XL, and (out of) the prophets
Rom. 5. 14 death reigned from Adam to XI., even over
9. 15 hesaith to XL, I will have mercy on whom
10. 5 XL describeth the righteousness which is
10. 19 XI. saith, I will provoke you to jealousy
i Co. 9. 9 it is written in the law of XL, Thou shalt
10. 2 were all baptized nnto XL in the cloud and
a Co. 3. 7 could not stedfastly behold the face of XI.
3. 13 "XL, (which) put a veil over his face, that
3. 15 when XI. is read, the veil is upon their
a Ti. 3. 8 as Jannes and Jambres withstood XI . , so do
Heb. 3. 2 as also XI. (was faithful) in all his house
3. 3 was counted worthy of more glory than XL
3. 5 M. verily (was) faithful in all his house
3. 16 not all that came out of E*ypt by XL
7. 14 XI. spake nothing concerning priesthood
8. 5 XI. was admonished of God when he was
9. 19 XI. had spoken every precept to all the
10. 28 He that despised XI. law died without m.
11. 23 XL, when he was born, was hid three mo.
11. 24 XL, when he was come to years, refused
12. 21 (that) XI. said, I exceedingly fear and qu.
Jude 9 when . . he disputed about the body of M.
Rev. 15. 3 they sing the song of XI. the servant of
MOST
\.Abundant, great, mighty, T?3 kabbir.
Job 34. 17 wilt thou condemn him that is most just?
2. Abundance, 3T rob.
Prov 20. 6 Xlost men will proclaim every one his own
Z.Good, 3iD tab.
Lam. 4. i How. .is the most fine gold changed ! the
l.More, ic\tiuv pleion.
Luke 7. 42 Tell me . . which of them will love him m.
7. 43 I suppose that . .to whom he forgave most
5, Most, ir\ft<TTos jdeistos
Xlattn. 20 wherein most of his mighty works were
i Co. 14. 27 by two, or at the most, .three, and. .by
[See also Believed, bitter, bitterly, holy, noble, rebel
lious, upright.]
MOST deflate
Waste and desolation, nspyi nippy [ihimaauA\
Eze. 35. 7 Thus will I make mount Seir most desol.
MOST fine gold
Pure gold, ana kethem.
Song 5. 1 1 His head . . the most fine gold ; his locks.
MOST high
High, most high, 8J/i<rros hupsistos.
Mark 5. 7 Jesus, (thou) Son of the most high God
Luke 8. 28 Jesus, (thou) Son of God most high
Acts 7. 48 Howbeit the most High dwelleth not in t.
16. 17 These men are the servants of the niosth.
Heb. 7. i Xlelchisedec. .priest of the mosthigh God
MOST (mighty)
Strength, might, power, V%n chayil.
Dan. 3. 20 he commanded the most mighty men that
MOST strong
Strong place or hold, Ttyp maoz.
Dan. ii. 39 Thus shall he do in the most strong hoKla
MOST of all
Most of all, chiefly, fidhiffra malista.
Acts 20. 38 Sorrowing most of all for the words which
MOTE
Chaff, stubble, S2)linter, icap&os karphos.
XIatt 7. 3 why beholdest thou the mote that is in
7. 4 Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye
7. 5 to castout themoteoutofthy.brother s
Luke 6. 41 why beholdest thou the mote that is in
6. 42 let me pull out the mote that is in thine
6. 42 to pull out the mote that is in thy broth.
MOTH
1. Moth, warm, vy ash.
Job 4. 19 houses, .(which) are crushed before them.
13. 28 consumeth, as a garment that is moth eat.
27. 18 He buildeth his house as a moth, and as
Psa. 39. ii his beauty to consume away like a ninth
Isa. 50. 9 Behold, .the moth shall eat them up
51. 8 For the moth shall eat them up like a ga.
Hos. 5. 12 untoEphraim as a moth, and to the house
2.Moth, o"fi* sis.
XIatt. 6. 19 where moth and rust doth corrupt, and
6. 20 where neither moth ner rust doth corrupt
Lukei2. 33 where no thief approacheth, neither moth
MOTH EATEN
Moth eaten, ffT)T6&pttnos setobrotos.
Jas. 5. 2 corrupted, and your garments are moth e.
MOTHER
I. Mother, dam, ancestress, DN em.
Gen. 2. 24 shall a man leave his father and his mot
3. 20 because she was the mother of all living
20. 12 not the daughter of my mother ; and she
21. 21 his mother took him a wife out of the 1.
24. 28 and told, .hermother s house these things
24. 53 he gave also, .to her mother precious thi.
34. 55 her brother and her mother said, Let the
34. 67 Isaac brought her into his mother Sarah s
24. 67 Isaac was comforted after his mother s (d.)
27. it Jacob said to Rebekah his mother. Behold
27. 13 his mother said unto him, Upon me. .thy
37. 14 and fetched, and brought, .to his mother
37. 14 his mother made savoury meat, such as
37. 29 let thy mother s sons bow down to thee
38. 2 the house of Bethuel thy mother s father
38. 2 daughters of Laban thy mother s brother
28. 5 brother of Rebekah, Jacob s and Esau s m.
28. 7 that Jacob obeyed his father and his mo.
29. 10 the daughter of Laban his mother s brot.
39. 10 the sheep ot Labaii his mother s brother
39. 10 watered the flock of Laban his mother s
30. 14 brought them unto his mother Leah
32. ii will come and smite, .the mother with the
37! 10 Shall I and thy mother and thy brethren
43. 29 saw his brother Benjamin, his mother s
44. 20 he alone is left of his mother, and his father
Exod. 2. 8 the maid went and called the child s mo.
20. 12 Honour thy father and thy mother : that
21. 15 he that smiteth his father or his mother
21. 17 he that curseth his father or his mother
23. 19 shalt not seethe a kid in his mother s m.
34. 26 shalt not seethe a kid in his mother s m.
Lev. 18. 7 or the nakedness of thy mother, shalt
18. 7 she (is) thy mother ; thou shalt not unc.
18. 9 or daughter of thy mother, .born at horns
18. 13 uncover the nakedness of thy mothers
MOTHER G73 MOUNT
Lev. i3. 13 for she (is) thy mother s near kinswoman
19. 3 Ye shall fear every man his mother and
20. 9 For every one that curseth . . his mother
20. 9 he hath oursed his father or his mother
20. 14 if a man take a wife and her mother, it
20. 17 if a man shall take, .his mother s daughter
20. 19 not uncover the nakedness of thy mother s
21. 2 for his mother, and for his father, and for
21. ii defile himself for his father, or for his m.
24. ii his mother s name (was) Shelomith, thed.
Num. 6. 7 for his father or for his mother, for his
12. 12 when he cometh out of his mother s womb
Deut. 5. 16 Honour thy father and thy mother, as the
13. 6 If thy brother, the son of thy mother, or
14. 21 shall not seethe a kid in his mother s milk
21. 13 bewail her father and her mother a full in.
21. 18 will not obey, .the voice of his mother, and
21. 19 Then shall his father and his mother lay
22. 15 the father of the damsel, and her mother
27. 16 that setteth light by his father or his mo.
27. 22 with his sister . the daughter of his mot.
33. 9 Who said unto his father and to his mot.
Josh. 2. 13 ye will save alive my father, and my mot.
2. 18 thou shalt bring thy father, and thy mo.
6. 23 Rahab, and her father, and her mother
Judg. 5. 7 that I Deborah arose, that I arose a mo.
5. 28 The mother of Sisera looked out at a wi.
8. 19 They, .my brethren, .the sons of my mo.
9. i went to Shechem unto his mother s bret.
9. i all the family of the house of his mother s
9. 3 his mother s brethren spake of him in the
14. 2 told his father and his mother, and said
14. 3 Then his father and his mother said unto
14. 4 his father and his mother knew not that
14. 5 Then wentSamson down, .and his mother
14. 6 he told not his father or his mother what
14. 9 came to his father and mother, and he
14. 16 I have not told, .my father nor my mother
n6. 17 a Nazarite unto God from my mother s
17. 2 he said unto his mother, The eleven hun.
17. 2 his mother said, Blessed . . of the LORD, my
17. 3 to his mother, his mother said, I had wh.
17. 4 unto his mother; and his mother took two
Ruth i. 8 Go, return each to her mother s house
2. ii thou hast left thy father and thy mother
1 Sa. 2. 19 his mother made him a little coat, and
15. 33 so shall thy mother be childless among w.
20. 30 unto the confusion of thy mother s nake.
22. 3 Let my father and my mother, I pray thee
a Sa. 17 25 Nahash, sister to Zeruiah, Joab s mother
19. 37 by the grave of my father and of my mo.
20. 19 to destroy a city and a mother in Israel
iKi. i. ii Nathan spake unto Bath-sheba the mother
2. 13 came to Bath-sheba the mother of Solomon
2. 19 caused a seat to be set for the king s mo.
2. 20 the king said unto her. Ask on, my moth.
2. 22 Solomon answered and said unto his mo.
3. 27 in no wise slay it : she (is) the mother
n. 26 Jeroboam, .whose mother s name (was)
14. 21, 31 his mother s name (was) Naamah an
15. 2, 10 his mother s name (was) Maachah, the
15. 13 also Maachah his mother, even her he re.
17. 23 delivered him unto his mother: and Elij
19. 20 Let me. .kiss my father and my mother
22. 42 his mother s name (was) Azubah the dau.
22. 52 walked, .in the way of his mother, and in
2 Ki. 3. 2 but not like his father, and like his moth
3. 13 get thee. .to the prophets of thy mother
4. 19 he said to a lad, Carry him to his mother
4. 20 brought him to his mother, he sat on her
4- 3 the mother of the child said, .the LORD
8. 26 And his mother s name (was) Athaliah
9. 22 so long as the whoredoms of thy mother
it. i when Athaliah themother of Ahaziah saw
12. i his mother s name (was) Zibiah of Beer s
14. 2 his mother s name (was) Jehoaddan of J.
15. 2 his mother s name (was) Jecholiah of Je.
15. 33 his mother s name (was) Jerusha, the da.
18. 2 his mother s name also (was) Abi, the da.
21. i And his mother s name (was) Hephzi-bah
21. 19 his mother s name (was) Meshullemeth
22. i his mother s name (was) Jedidah, the da.
23. 31 his mother s name (was) Hamutal, the d.
23. 36 his mother s name (was) Zebudah the da
24. 8 his mother s name (was) Nehushta, the d.
24. 12 he, and his mother, and his servants, and
24. 15 he carried away, .the king s mother, and
24. 1 8 his mother s name (was) Hamutal, the d
I Ch. 2. 26 Atarah : she (was) the mother of Onam
4. 9 his mother called his name Jabez, saying
I Ch.12,, 13 his mother s name (was) Naamah an Am.
13. 2 His mother s name also (was) Michaiah
15. 16 Maachah themother of Asa the king, he
20. 31 his mother s name (was) Azubah the da.
22. 2 His mother s name also (was) Athaliah
22. 3 his mother was his counsellor to do wick.
22. 10 when Athaliah the mother of Ahaziah saw
24. i His mother s name also (was) Zibiah of B.
25. i his mother s name (was) Jehoaddan of J.
26. 3 His mother s name also (was) Jecoliah
27- i His mother s name also (was) Jerushah
29 i his mother s name was Abijah, the dang.
B-stn. 2. 7 she had neither father nor mother, and
2. 7 when her father and mother were dead
i. 21 Naked came I out of my mother s womb
17- 14 I have said, .to the worm, .my mother
31. 18 I have guided her from my mother s wo.
22. 9 make me hope . .upon my mother s breasts
22. 10 thou (art) my God from my mother s belly
17. 10 When my father and my mother forsake
35. 14 bowed, .as one that mourneth (for his)m.
50. 20 thou slaiuUrest thine own mother s son
Job
Psa. 51. 5 Behold, .in sindidmymotherconceive me
69. 8 and an alien unto my mother s children
71. 6 that took me out of my mother s bowels
109. 14 let not the sin of his mother be blotted
113. 9 He maketh. .a joyful mother of children
131. 2 as a child that is weaned of his mother
139. 13 thou hast covered me in my mother s wo.
Prov. i. 8 and forsake not the law of thy mother
4. 3 and only (beloved) in the sight of my mo.
6. 20 My son . . forsake not the law of thy mother
10. i a foolish son (is) the heaviness of his mot.
15. 20 but a foolish man despiseth his mother
19. 26 He that, .chaseth away (his) mother, (is) a
20. 20 Whoso curseth his father or his mother
23. 22 and despise not thy mother when she is
23. 25 Thy father and thy mother shall be glad
28. 24 Whoso robbeth his father or his mother
29. 15 but a child, .bringeth his mother to shame
30. n a generation, .doth not bless their mother
30. 17 despiseth to obey (his) mother, the ravens
31. i the prophecy that his mother taught him
Eccl. 5. 15 As he came forth of his mother s womb
Song i. 6 my mother s children were angry with me
3. 4 had brought him into my mother s house
3. ii with the crown wherewith his mother cr.
6. 9 she (is) the (only) one of her mother, she
8. i that sucked the breasts of my mother
8. 2 I would. .bring thee into my mother s ho
8. 5 there thy mother brought thee forth ; th
Isa. 8. 4 shall have knowledge to cry. .my mother
49. i from the bowels of my mother hath he m
50. i Where (is) the bill of your mother s divorc
50. i for your transgressions is your mother pu
66. 13 As one whom his mother comforteth, so
Jer. 15. 8 against the mother of the young men a s
15. 10 Woe is me, my mother, that thou hast b
16. 3 concerning their mothers that bare them
16. 7 cupof consolation todrink..fortheirmoth
20. 14 let not the day wherein my mother bare ni<.
20. 17 that mymothermight have beenmygrave
22. 26 I will cast thee out, and thy mother that
50. 12 Your mother shall be sore confounded
52. i his mother s name (was) Hamutal the da
Lam. 2. 12 They say to their mothers, Where(is)con
2. 12 was poured out into their mother s boson
5. 3 We are orphans, .our mothers (are) as will
Eze. 16. 3 thyfather..auAmorite..thy motheranH.
16. 44 saying. As (is) the mother, (so is) her dau.
16. 45 Thou (art) thy mother s daughter, that 1
16. 45 your mother (was) an Hittite, and your fa.
19. 2 What (is) thy mother? A lioness : she lay
19. 10 Thy mother (is) like a vine in thy blood
22. 7 In thee . . they set light by father and mo
23. 2 two women, the daughters of one mothei
44. 25 or for mother, .they may defile themsel.
Hos. 2. 2 Plead with your mother, plead ; for she
2. 5 For their mother hath played the harlot
4. 5 prophet also, .and I will destroy thy mo.
10. 14 the mother was dashed in pieces upon
Mic. 7. 6 the daughter riseth up against her mother
Zech.i3. 3, 3, his father and his mother that begat
1. Mother, yuTJTTjp meter.
Matt. i. 18 When as his mother Mary was espoused
2. ii saw the youngchild with Mary his mother
2. 13 take the youngchild and his mother, and
2. 14 he took the youngchild and his mother by
2. 20 take the young child and his mother, anil
2. 21 and took the young child and his mother
10. 35 the daughter against her mother, and the
10. 37 He that lovethfatherormothermorethan
i2. 46 mother and his brethren stood without
12. 47 thy mother and thy brethren stand with
12. 48 Who is my mother? and whoaremybreth
12. 49 said, Behold my mother and my brethren
12. 50 same is my brother, and sister, and mother
13. 55 is not his mother called Mary? and his
14. 8 she, being before instructed of her mother
14. ii damsel . and she brought (it) to her mot.
15. 4 saying, Honour thy father and mother
15. 4 He that curseth father or mother, let nim
15. 5 Whosoever shall say to. .father or. .mot
15. 6 And honour not his father or his mother
19. 5 shall a man leave father and mother, and
19. 12 which were so born from . .mother s womb
19. 19 Honour thy father and (thy) mother- and
19. 29 [every one that hath forsaken. .mother, orj
20. 2oThencame to him the mother of Zebedees
27. 56 mother of James and Joses, and the mo.
Mark 3. 31 There came then his brethren and his m.
3. 32 thy mother and thy brethren without seek
3. 33 saying, Who is my mother, or my nreth ?
3. 34 Behold my mother and my brethren!
3. 35 is my brother, and my sister, and mother
5. 40 he taketh the father and the mother of the
6. 24 she went forth, and said unto her mother
6. 28 head, .and the damsel gave it to her mo
7. 10 Honour thy father and thy mother ; and
7. 10 Whoso curseth father or mother, let him
7. ii If a man shall say to his father or mother
7. 12 to do ought for his father or his mother
10. 7 shall a man leave his father and mother
10. 19 Defraud not, Honour thy father and mo
.o. 29 There is no man that hath left . mother
10. 30 he shall receive . . sisters, and mothers, and
15. 40 among whom was. .Mary the mother of
Luke 1.15 shall be great, .even from his mother s
1. 43 that the mother of my Lord should come
1.6- And his mother answered and said, Not
2. 33 Joseph and his mother marvelled at those
2. 34 Simeon, .said unto Mary his mother, Be.
2. 43 [and Joseph and his mother knew not]
Luke 2. 48 his mother said unto him, Son, why hast
2. 51 his mother kept all these sayings in her
7. 12 only son of his mother, and she was a w
7. 15 And he delivered him to his mother
8. 19 Then came to him (his) mother and his
8. 20 Thy mother and thy brethren stand with.
8. 21 My mother and my brethren are
3. 51 the father and the mother of the maiden
12. 53 the mother against the daughter, and the
12. 53 and the daughter against the mother
14. 26 hate not his father, and mother, and wife
1 8. 20 Honour thy father and thy mother
John 2. i Cana. .and the mother of Jesus was there
2. 3 the mother of Jesussaith unto him, They
2. 5 His mother saith unto the servants. Wh.
2. 12 went down to Capernaum, he, and his m.
3. 4 can he enter., into his mother s womb, and
6. 42 Jesus . . whose fatherand mother we know ?
19. 25 there stood by the cross of Jesus his mo.
19. 2; his mother s sister, Mary the (wife) of C.
19. 26 When Jesus therefore saw his mother, and
19. 26 he saith unto his mother, Woman, behold
19.27 Then saith he . . Behold thy mother ! And
Acts i. 14 with the women, and Mary the mother of
3. 2 a certain man lame from his mother s wo.
12. 12 to the house of Mary the mother of John
14. 8 being a cripple from his mother s womb
Rom 16. 13 Salute Rufus . . and his mother and mine
Gal. i. 15 who separated me from my mother s w.
4. 26 Jerusalem, .which is the mother of us all
kph. 5. 31 For this cause shall a man leave his. .m.
6. 2 Honour thy father and mother ; which
1 Ti. 5. 2 The elder women as mothers; the younger
2 Ti. i. 5 which dwelt first in., thy mother Eunice
Rev. 17. 5 The mother of harlots and abominations
MOTHER IN LAW
\.Husbands mother, rncij chamoth.
Ruth i. 14 Orpah kissed her mother in law ; but R.
2. 1 1 that thou hast done unto thy mother in i.
2. 18 her mother in law saw what she had gle.
2. 19 her mother in law said unto her, Where
2. 19 she showed her mother in law with whom
2. 23 So she. .dwelt with her mother in law
3. i Then Naomi her mother in law said unto
3. 6 did . .all that her mother in law bade her
3. 16 when she cameto her mother in law, she
3. 17 said. .Go not empty unto thy mother in law
Mic. 7. 6 daughter in lawagainsthermother in law
2. To be a fatJier or mother in law, fnrj chathan.
Deut 27. 23 Cursed (be)he that lieth with his m. in 1.
~<j.A husband s mother, irtvdepa penthera.
Mattio. 35 daughterin law against her mother in law
Lukei2. 53 mother in law against her daughter in law
12. 53 daughterin law against her motherinlaw
MOTHER, wife s
A wife s mother, irevBtpa. penthera.
Matt. 8. 14 he saw his wife s mother laid, and sick ot
Mark i. 30 Simon s wife s mother lay sick of a fever
Luke 4. 38 Simon s wife s mother was taken with a
MOTHER, without
Motherless, -without mother, aurirtap amet ir.
Heb. 7. 3 Without father, without mother, without
MOTHER, murderer of a
One who beats a mother, /j.t)rpa\cfas, /j.rjTpo\qias.
i Ti. i. 9 murderers of fathers and murderers of m.
MOTION -
Suffering, affection, irddrn^a pathema.
Rom. 7. 5 motions of sins, which were by the law
MOULDY
Small round cakes, D*lipj niqqudim.
Josh. 9. 5 bread of their provision was dry. . mouldj
9. 12 butnow.behold.it is dry, audit ismouldy
MOUNT, MOUNTAIN
I. Mount, hill, in har.
Gen. 7. 20 Fifteen cubits, .and the mountains were
. 8. 4 the ark rested . . upon the mountains of A.
8. 5 were the tops of the mountains seeu
10. 30 as thou goest, unto Sephar, amount of the
12. 8 he removed from thence unto a mountain
14. 10 they that remained fled to the mountain
19. 17 escape to the mountain, lest thou be con.
19. 19 I cannot escape to themountain, lest some
19. 30 Lot went up. .and dwelt in the mountain
22. 2 upon one of the mountains which I will
22. 14 In the mount of the LORD it shall be
31. 21 andsethis face (toward)themountGilead
31. 23 they overtook him in the mount Gilead
31. 25 Jacob had pitched his tent in the mount
31. 25 brethren pitched in the mount of Gilaad
31. 54 Jacob offered sacrifice uponthemount.and
31. 54 and they, .tarried all night in the mount
36. 8 Thus dwelt Esau in mount Seir: Esau (is)
36. 9 the father of the Edomites in mount Seir
Exocl. 3. i and came to the mountain of God . .to H.
3. 12 ye shall serve God upon this mountain
4. 27 he went, and methini in the mount of God
15 17 plant them in the mountain of thine inh.
18. 5 where he encamped at the mount of God
19. 2 and there Israel camped before the mount
19. 3 LORD called unto him out of the mountain
19. 1 1 in the sight of all the people upon mount
19. 12 go (not) up into the mount, or touch the
19. 12 whosoever toucheth the mount shall be
19. 13 soundeth. .they shall come up to the mo.
19. 14 Moses went down from the mount unto
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Exodi<>. 16 a thick cloud upon the mount, and the
19. 17 they stood at the nether partof the mount
19. 18 mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke
19. 1 8 and the whole mount quaked greatly
19. 20 upon mount Sinai, on the top of the mount
19. ao LORD called Moses, .to the top of the mo.
19. 23 The people cannot come up to mount S.
19. 23 Set bounds about the mount, and sanctify
20. 1 8 all the people saw. .the mountain smoking
24. 1 2 Come up to me into .. mount, and be there
24. 13 and Moses went up into the mount of O.
24. 1 5 the mount, and a cloud covered the mount
24. 16 the glory of the LORD abode upon mount
24. 17 like devouring flre on the top of the mount
24. 18 AndMoses .gat him up into the mount: and
24. 18 Moses was in the mount forty daysand fo.
25. 40 pattern, which was showed thee in the m.
26. 30 fashion .. which was showed thee in the m.
27. 8 as it was showed thee in the mount, so
31. 18 an end of communing with him upon mo.
32. i Moses delayed to come down outofthem.
32. 12 to slay them in the mountains, and to c.
32. 15 Moses turned, and went down from them.
32. 19 cast, .and break them beneath the mount
33. 6 stripped, .of their ornaments by the mo.
34. 2 come up in the morning unto mount Sinai
34. 2 present thyself . . to me in the top of the m.
34. 3 neitherlet any. .throughoutall the mount
34. 3 neither let . . herds feed before thatmount
34. 4 went up unto mount Sinai, as the LORD
34. 29 when Moses came down from mount Sinai
34. 29 when he came down from the mount, that
34. 32 LORD had spoken with him in mount Sinai
Lev. 7. 38 the LORD commanded Moses in mount S.
25. i the LORD spake unto Moses in mount Si.
26. 46 which the LORD made . . in mount Sinai by
27. 34 the LORD commanded Moses., in mounts.
Num. 3. i the LOPD spake with Moses in mount Si.
10. 33 they departed from the mount of the L.
13. 17 southward, and go up into the mountain
13. 29 and the Amorites, dwell in the mountains
14. 40 gat them up into the top of the mountain
20. 22 from Kadesh, and came unto mount Hor
20. 23 spake unto Moses and Aaron in mount H.
20. 25 Take, .and bring them up unto mount H
20. 27 they went up into mount Hor in the sight
20. 28 Aaron died there m the top of the mount
20. 28 and Eleazar came down from the mount
21. 4 journeyed from mount Hor by the way
27 12 Get thee up into this mount Abarinv and
28. 6 which was ordained in mount Sinai for a
33. 23 they went, .and pitched in mount Shapher
33. 24 they removed from mount Shapher, and
33- 37 pitched in mount Hor in the edge of the
33. 38 Aaron the priest went up into mount Hor
33. 39 Aaron (was), .old when he died in mount
33. 41 they departed from mount Hor, and pit.
33. 47 pitched in the mountains of Abarim, bef.
33. 48 they departed from the mountains of Ab.
34. 7 great sea ye shall point out fpryou mount
34. 8 From mount Hor ye shall point out (your
Dent. i. 2 from Horeb by the way of mount Seir unto
i. 6 Ye have dwelt lonz enough in this mount
T. 7 go to the mount of the Amorites, and unto
i. 19 which ye saw by the way of the mountain
i. 20 Ye are come unto the mountain of the A.
i. 24 they turned and went up into the mount.
1. 44 the Amorites, which dwelt in thatmoun.
2. i and we compassed mount Seir many days
2. 3 Ye have compassed this mountain long
2. 5 because I have given mount Seir unto E.
2. 37 unto the cities in the mountains, nor unto
3. 8 from the river of Arnon unto mount Her
3. 12 and half mount Gilead, and the cities th.
3. 25 land, .thatgoodlymountain. and Lebanon
4. 1 1 ye came near and stood under the mount
4. ii the mountain burned with fire unto the
4. 48 even unto mount Sion, which (is)Hermon
5. 4 talked with you face t<> face in the mount
5. 5 of the flre, and went not up into the mo
5. 22 spake unto all your assembly in the mount
5. 23 for the mountain did burn with flre
9. 9 When I was gone up into the mount to r.
9. 9 then I abode in the mount forty days and
9. 10 which the LORD spake with you in them.
9. 15 came down from the mount, and the mo.
9. 21 the brook that descended out of the mo
10. i come up unto me into the mount, and m.
10. 3 went up into the mount, having the two
10. 4 the LORD spake unto you in the mount
jo. s I turned . . and came down from the mount
10. 10 I stayed in the mount, according to the
11. 29 upon mount Gerizim. .the curse upon m.
12. 2 upon the high mountains, and upon the
27. 4 ye shall set up these stones, .in mount K.
27. 12 These shall stand upon mount Gerizim to
27. 13 these shall stand upon mount Ebal to c.
32. 22 set on flre the foundations of the mount.
31. 49 Get thee up into this mountain Abarim
32. 49 mount Nebo, which (is) in the land of M.
32. 50 die in the mount whither thou goest up
32. 50 as Aaron thy brother died in mount flor
33. 2 he shined forth from mount Paran, and he
33. 19 They shall call the people unto the mou.
34. i from the plains of Moab unto the moun.
Josh. 2. 16 Get you to the mountain, lest the pursu.
2. 22 they went, and came unto the mountain
2. 23 descended from the mountain, and passed
8. 30 Then Joshua built an altar. . in mount E.
8. 33 half of them over against mount Geriziin
8. 33 and half of them over against mount Ebal
10. 6 the Amorites that dwell in the mountains
Josh. ii. 2 kings that (were) on the north of the m.
ii. 3 the Jebusite in the mountains, and (to)
ii. 16 the mountain of Israel, and the valley of
ii. 17 from the mount Halak, thatgoeth uptoS.
ii. 17 in the valley of Lebanon, under mount H.
ii. 21 cut off the Anakims from the mountains
11. 21 mountains of Judah, and from all the m.
12. i from the river Arnon unto mount Hermon
12. 5 reigned in mount Hermon, and inSalcah
12. 7 unto the mount Halak, thatgoeth up to
12. 8 In the mountains, and in the valleys, and
13. 5 from Baal-gad under mount Hermon unto
13. ii all mount Hermon, and all Bashan unto S.
13. 19 Zareth-shahar in the mount of the valley
14. 12 Now therefore give me this mountain, w.
15. 8 went up to the top of the mountains that
15. Q went out to the cities of mount Ephron
15. 10 from Baalah westward unto mount Seir
15. 10 the side of mount Jearim, which (is) Che.
15. ii passed along to mount Baalah, and went
15. 48 in the mountains, Shamir, and Jattir, and
16. i up from Jericho, throughout mount Be.
17. 15 if mount Ephraim be too narrow for thee
17. 18 the mountain shall be thine ; forit (is) a
1 8. 12 went up through the mountains westward
1 8. 1 6 border came down to the end of the mou.
19. 50 he asked . .Timnath-serah in mount Ephr.
20. 7 And. .Kedesh in Galilee in mount Naph.
20. 7 and Shechem in mount Ephraim, and
20. 7 Kirjath-arba . .in the mountain of Judah
21. 21 Shechem with her suburbs in mount Eph.
24. 4 I gave unto Esau mount Seir, to possess
24. 30 which (is) in mount Ephraim, on the north
24. 33 which was given him in mount Ephraim
Judg. i. 9 Canaanites, that dwelt in the mountain
i. 19 he drave out (the inhabitants) of the mo.
1. 34 forced the children of Dan into the mou.
j. 35 the Amorites would dwell in mount Heres
2. 9 in the mount of Ephraim, on the north s.
3. 3 the Hivites that dwelt in mountLebanon
3. 3 from mount Baal-hermon unto the enter.
3. 27 he blew a trumpet in the mountain of E.
3. 27 went down with him from the mount, and
4. 5 between Ramah and Beth-el in mount E.
4. 6 Go and draw toward mount Tabor, and
4. 12 son of Abinoam was gone up to mount T.
4. 14 So Barak went down from mount Tabor
5. 5 The mountains melted from before the L.
6. 2 ade.. the dens which (are) in the moun.
7. 3 returaand depart early from mount Gilea.
7. 24 sent messengers throughout all mount E.
9. 7 he went and stood in the top of mount G.
9. 25 Hers in wait for him in the top of the m.
9. 36 come people down from the top of the m
9. 36 Thou seest the shadow of the mountains
9. 48 Abimelech gat him up to mount Zalmon
10. i and he dwelt in Shamir in mount Ephraim
11. 37 that I may go up and down upon the m.
n. 38 bewailed her virginity upon the mountains
12. 15 of Ephraim, in the mount of theAmalek
17. i there was a man of mount Ephraim, whose
17. 8 he came to mount Ephraim, to the house
1 8. 2 who when they came to mount Ephraim
1 8. 13 they passed thence unto mount Ephraim
19. i sojourning on the side of mount Ephraim
19. 16 an old man. .which (was) also of mount E
19. 18 passing, .toward the side of mountEphr.
1 Sa. i. i man of Ramathaim-Zophim of mountfip.
9. 4 he passed through mount Ephraim. and
13. 2 were with Saul in Michmash and in mount
14. 22 which had hid themselves inmouut Eph.
17. 3 the Philistines stood on a mountain on the
17. 3 Israel stood on a mountain on the other
23. 14 remained in a mountain in the wilderness
=3 26 Saul went on this side of the mountain
23. 26 David and his men on that side of the m.
26. 20 doth hunt a partridge in the mountains
31. i fled., and fell down slain in mount Gilboa
31. 8 Saul and his three sons fallen in mount G
2 Sa. i. 6 As I happened by chance upon mount G
1. 21 Ye mountains of Gilboa. no dew, neither
20. 21 a man of mount Ephraim. Sheba the son
1 Ki. 4. 8 And these. .The son of Hur, in mount E.
5. 15 fourscore thousand hewers in the mount
12 25 Jeroboam built Shechem in mount Ephr.
1 8. 19 gather to me all Israel unto mount Carmel
1 8. 20 the prophets together unto mount Carmel
19. 8 and went, .unto Horeb the mountof God
19. n Go forth, and stand upon the mount bef.
19. IT a great and strong wind rent the mount.
2 Ki. 2. 16 cast him upon some mountain, or into
2 25 And he went from thence to mount Car.
4. 25 came unto the man of God unto mount C.
5. 22 even now there be come to me from mount
6. 17 the mountain (was) full of horses and cha.
19. 23 I am come up to the height of the moun.
19. 31 and they that escape out of mount Zion
23. 13 on the right hand of the mount of corru.
23. 16 sepulchres that (were) there in the mount
1 Ch. 4. 42 went to mount Seir, having for their cap.
5. 23 Baal-hermon and Senir, and unto mount
6. 67 Shechem in mount Ephraim with her su.
10. i fled . .and fell down slain in mount Gilbon
:o. 8 found Saul and his sons fallen in mount G.
12. 8 as swift as the roes upon the mountains
2 Ch. 2. 2 fourscore thousand to hew in the mount
2. 18 fourscore thousand . .hewers in the moun.
3. i to build, .at Jerusalem in mount Mori;ih
13. 4 Abijah stood up upon mount Zemarnim
13. 4 which (is) in mount Ephraim, and said
15. 8 which he had taken from mount Ephraim
18. 16 I did see. .Israel scattered upon the mo.
2 Ch. 19. 4 went out. .from Beer-iheha to mount Kp.
20. 10 children of Ammon and Moab and mount
20. 22 children of Ammon, Moab, and mount S.
20. 23 stood up against the inhabitants of mount
21. ii he made high places in the mountains of
26. 10 vine dressers in the mountains, and in C.
27. 4 he built cities in the mountains of Judah
33. 15 all the altars that he had built in the mo.
Neh. 8. 15 Go forth unto the mount, and fetch olive
9. 13 Thou earnest down also upon mount Sinai
Job 9. 5 Which removeth the mountains, and they
14. 18 surely the mountain falling cotneth to n.
24. 8 They are wet with the showers of the mo.
28. 9 he overturneth the mountains by the roots
39. 8 The range of the mountains (is) his pasture
40. 20 Surely the mountains bring him forth foe >d
Psa. ii. i how say ye. . Flee (as) a bird to your mou.
46. 2 though the mountains be carried into the
46. 3 mountains shake with the swelling thereof
48. i in the city of our God. .the mountain of
48. 2 the joy of the whole earth, (is) mount Zion
48. 1 1 Let mount Zion rejoice, let the daughters
50. ii I know all the fowls of the mountains : and
65. 6 Which by his strength setteth fast the m
72. 3 The mountains shall bring peace to the p.
72. 16 corn in the earth upon the top of the mo.
74. 2 this mount Zion, wherein thou hast dwelt
78. 54 this mountain .. his right hand had pure.
78. 68 chose the tribe of Judah, the mount Zion
83. 14 as the flame setteth the mountains on flre
90. 2 Before the mountains were brought forth
104. 6 the waters stood above the mountains
104. 8 They go up by the mountains ; they go d.
114. 4 The mountains skipped like rams, .little
114. 6 Ye mountains, .ye skipped like rams, .ye
125. i They that trust in the LORD, .as mount Z.
125. 2 the mountains (are) round about Jerusa.
144. 5 touch the mountains, and they shall sm.
147. 8 who maketh grass to grow upon the mou.
148. 9 Mountains, and all hills ; fruitful trees
Prov. 8. 25 Before the mountains were settled, before
27. 25 and herbs of the mountains are gathered
Song 2. 8 he cometh leaping upon the mountains
2. 17 a young hart upon the mountains of Be.
4. i a flock of goats, that appear from mount
4. 6 I will get me to the mountain of myrrh
8. 14 a young hart upon the mountains of spi.
Isa. 2. 2 the mountain of the LORD S house shall be
2. 2 be established in the top of the mountains
2. 3 Come ye, and let us go up to the mount.
2. 14 upon all the high mountains, and upon
4. 5 create upon every dwelling place of mou.
8. 1 8 LORD of hosts, which dwelleth in mount
10. 12 whole work upon mount Zion and on Je.
10. 32 the mount of the daughter of Zion, the
11. 9 not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mou.
13. 2 Lift ye up a banner upon the high moun.
13. 4 The noise of a multitude in the mountains
14. 13 I will sit also upon the mount of the con.
14. 25 upon my mountains tread him under foot
1 6. i unto the mount of the danghter of Zion
17. 13 shall be chased as the chaff of the moun.
18. 3 when he lifteth up an ensign on the mou.
18. 6 left.. unto the fowls of the mountains, au<l
1 8. 7 the name of the LORD of hosts, the mount
22. 5 the walls, and of crying to the mountains
24. 23 LORD of hosts shall reign in mount Zion
25. 6 in this mountain shall the LORD of hosts
25. 7 he will destroy in this mountain the face
25. 10 in this mountain shall the hand of the I.
27. 13 worship the LORD in the holy mount atJ.
28. 21 the LORD shall rise up as (in) mount Per.
29. 8 nations be that tight against mount Zion
30. 17 as a beacon upon the top of a mountain
30. 25 there shall be upon every high mountain
30. 29 to come into the mountain of the LORD
31. 4 come down to fight for mount Zion, and
34. 3 mountains shall be melted with their bl.
37. 24 I come up to the height of the mountains
37. 32 and they that escape out of mount Zion
40. 4 every mountain and hill shall be made 1.
40. 9 O Zion. .get thee up into the high mount.
40. 12 weighed the mountains in scales, and the
41. 15 thou shall thresh the mountains, and beat
42. ii let them shout from the top of the moun.
42. 15 I will make waste mountains and hills, and
44. 2T, break forth into singing ye mountains, O
49. ii I will make all my mountains away, and
49. 1 3 break forth into singing, O mountains : for
52. 7 How beautiful upon the mountains are the
54. 10 For the mountains shall depart, and the
55. 12 the mountains and the hills shall break
56. 7 Even them will I bring to my holy moun.
57. 7 Upon a lofty and high mountain hast thou
57. 13 but he. .shall inherit my holy mountain
64. i that the mountains might flow down at
64. 3 the mountains flowed down at thy prese.
65. 7 which have burnt incense upon the mou.
65. 9 out of Judah an inheritor of my mounta.
65. ii that forget my holy mountain, that pre.
65. 25 not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mou.
66. 20 to my holy mountain Jerusalem, saith the
Jer. 3. 6 she is gone up upon every high mountain
3. 23 from the hills .the multitude of mount.
4. 15 publisheth affliction from mount Ephraim
4. 24 I beheld the mountains, and, lo, they tr.
9. lo^For the mountains will I take up a weep.
13. 16 your feet stumble upon the dark mount.
16. 16 they shall huut them from every mountain
17. 26 from the mountains, and from the south
36. 18 the mountain of the house as the high p.
31. 5 Thou shall yet plant vines upon the mo.
MOUNT
Jer. 31. 6 watchmen upon the mount Ephraim shall
31. 23 O habitation of justice, .mountain of ho.
32. 44 in the cities of the mountains, and in the
33. 13 In the cities of the mountains, in the <;it
46, 18 Surely as Tabor (is) among the mountains
50. 6 they have turned them away (on) the m
50. 6 they have gone from mouutain to hill, they
30. 19 his soul shall be satisfied upon mount E.
51. 25 I (am) against thee, O destroying mount.
51. 25 and will make thee a burnt mountain
Lam. 4. 19 they pursued us upon the mountains, they
5. 18 Because of the mountain of Zion, which is
Eze. 6. 2 set thy face toward the mountains of Israel
6. 3 Ye mountains of Israel, hear the word of
6. 3 Thus saith the Lord GOD to the mountains
6. 13 in all the tops of the mountains,and under
7. 7 not the sounding again of the mountains
7. 16 shall be on the mountains like doves of
ii. 23 stood upon the mountain which (is) on the
17. 22 will plant (it) upon an high mountain and
7. 23 In the mountain of the height of Israel
18. 6, 15 hath not eaten upon the mountains
t8. 1 1 but even hath eaten upon the mountains
IQ. 9 voice should no more be heard upon them.
20. 40 in mine holy mountain, in the mountain
22. 9 and in thee they eat upou the mountains
28. 14 thou wast upou the holy mountain of God
28. 16 I will cast thee as profane out of the m.
31. 12 upon the mountains and in all the valleys
32. 5 I will lay thy flesh upon the mountains
32. 61 will also water . . the land . . to the mou.
33. 28 the mountains of Israel shall be desolate
34. 6 My sheep wandered through all the mo.
34. 13 and feed them upon the mountains of I
34. 14 upon the high mountains of Israel shall
34. 14 shall they feed upon the mountains of I
35. 2 Son of man, set thy face against mount S.
35. 3 Behold, O mount Seir, I (am) against thee
35. 7 Thus will I make mount Seir most desol
35. 8 And I will fill his mountains with his si.
35. 12 which thou hast spoken against the mou.
35. 15 thou shalt bedesolate, Omount Seir, and
36. i prophesyuntothemountainsoflsrael.and
36. i, 4 ye mountains of Israel, hear the word
36. 4 Thus saith the Lord GOD to the mountains
36. 6 say unto the mountains, and to the hills
36. 8 But ye, O mountains of Israel, ye shall
37. 22 in the land upon the mountains of Israel
38. 8 against the mountains of Israel, which
38. 20 the mountains shall be thrown down, and
38. 21 call . .against him throughout all my mo.
39. 2 will bring thee upon the mountains of I.
39. 4 Thou shalt fall upou the mountains of Is.
39. 17 a great sacrifice upon the mountains of I.
40. 2 set me upon a very high mountain, by w
43. 12 Upon the top of the mountain the whole
Dan. 9 16 from thy city Jerusalem, thy holy moun.
9. 20 before the LORD my God for the holy m.
1145 between the seas in the glorious holy m.
Hos. 4. 13 They sacrifice upon the tops of the mou.
io. 8 they shall say to the mountains. Cover us
Joel 2. i and sound an alarm in my holy mountain
2. 2 as the morning spread upon the mountains
2. 5 Like, .noise of chariots on the tops of m.
2. 32 in mount Zion and in Jerusalem shall be
3. 17 your God dwelling in Zion, my holy mou.
3. 18 the mountains shall drop down new wine
Amos 3. 9 Assemble yourselves upon the mountains
4. i that (are) in the mountain of Samaria
4. 13 For, Io, he that formeth the mountains
6. r and trust in the mountain of Samaria
9. 13 and the mountains shall drop sweet wine
Obad. 8 understanding out of the mount of Esau?
q that every one of the mount of Esau may
1 6 For as ye have drunk upou my holy mou.
17 But upon mount Ziou shall be deliverance
19 the south shall possess the mount of Esau
21 come up on mount Zion to judge the mo
Jon. 2.61 went down to the bottoms of the moun.
Mic. i . 4 the mountains shall be molten under him
3. 1 2 the mountain of the house as the high p.
4. i the mountain of the house of the LORD
4. i be established in the top of the mountains
4. 2 Come, and let us go up to the mountain
4. 7 LORD shall reign over them m mount Z
6. i Arise, contend thou before the mountains
6. 2 Hear ye, O mountains, the LORD S contro
7.12 from sea to sea, and . . mountain to mou.
Nah. i. 5 The mountains quake at him, and the h.
i. 15 Behold upon the mountains the feet of
3. 18 thy people is scattered upon the mount.
Hab. 3. 3 the holy one from mount Paran. Selah
3. io The mountains saw thee. they trembled
Zeph. 3. ii be haughty because of my holy mountain
Hag. i. 8 Go up to the mouutain, and bring wood
i. ii upon the land, and upon the mountains
Zech. 4. 7 Who(art)tliou O great mountain? before
6. i four chariots out from between two mo
6. i the mountains (were) mountains of brass
8. 3 be called . . the mountain . . The holy mou.
>4- 4 feet shall stand in that day upon the m.
14. 4 the mount of Olives shall cleave in the
M- 4 half of the mountain shall remove toward
14- 5 ye shall flee (to) the valley of the mount.
14- 5 the valley of the mountains shall reach
Mai. i. 3 I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and
^.Mountain, hill, Tin, rjn hffrer, harar.
Gen. 14. 6 the Horites in their mount Seir, unto E.
Nuin23 . 7 brought me from Aram, out of the mou.
Ueut 33. 15 for the chief tluugs of the ancient mouu.
"* 30. 7 thou hast made my mouutain to stand
675
Psa. 36. 6 Thy righteousness (is) like the great mo.
76. 4 more (fiorious . . than the mountains of p.
87. i His foundation (is) in the holy mountains
J 33- 3 that descended upon the mountains of Z.
Song 4. 8 look, .from the mountains of the leopards
Jer. 17. 3 O my mountain in the field, I will give thy
Hab. 3. 6 the everlasting mountains were scattered
S.ftomcthing set up, station, SVP mutstsab.
Isa. 29. 3 will lay siege against thee with a mount
4. Wkat is raised up, mount, n^b solelah.
Jer. 6. 6 Hew ye down trees, and cast a mount a.
32. 24 Behold the mounts, they are come unto
33. 4 which are thrown down by the mounts
Eze. 4. 2 build a fort against it, and cast a mount
17. 17 by casting up mounts, and building forts
21. 22 against the gates, to cast a mount, .to b.
26. 8 cast a mount against thee, and lift up the
Dan. ii. 15 of the north shall come, and cast up am.
5. Round tower, height, -no tur.
Ban. 2. 35 became a great mountain, and filled the
2. 45 that the stone was cut out of the mount.
6.Mount, mountain, kill, 6pos ores.
Matt. 4. 8 taketh him up into an exceeding high m.
5. i he went up into a mountain : and when
8. i When he was come down from the moun.
14. 23 he went up into a mountain apart to pray
15. 29 went up into a mountain, and sat down
17. i bringeth them up into an high mountain
17. 9 as they came down from the mountain, .1.
17 20 ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove
18. 12 goeth into the mountains,and seeketh that
21. i were come .unto the mount of Olives
21. 21 if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou
24. 3 .as he sa* apon the mount of Olives, the d.
24. 16 let then, which be in Judeaflee into them.
26. 30 they went out into the mount of Olives
28. 16 went away into Galilee, into a mountain
Mark 3. 13 he goeth up into a mountain, and calleth
5. 5 night and day, he was in the mountains
5. ii there was there, nigh [unto the mountains]
6. 46 And . .he departed into a mountain to p.
9. 2 leadeth them up into an high mountain
9. 9 as they came down from the mountain
ii. i at the mount of Olives, he sendeth forth
ii. 23 whosoever shall say unto this mountain
13. 3 as he sat upon the mount of Olives, over
13. 14 let them that be in Judea flee to the mo.
14. 26 And., they went out into the mount of O
Luke 3. 5 every mountain and hill shall be brought
4. 5 [the devil, taking him up into an high m.]
6. 12 that he went out into a mountain to pray
8. 32 an herd of many swine feeding on the m.
9. 28 and went up into a mountain to pray
19. 29 at the mount called (the mount) of Olives
19. 37 nowat thedescentof the mount of Olives
21. 21 let them which are in Judeaflee to the m.
21. 37 abode in the mount that is called, .of Ol
22. 39 went, as he was wont, to the mount of O
23. 30 Then shall they begin to say to the mou
John 4. 20 Our fathers worshipped in this mouutain
4. 21 when ye shall neither in this mountain
6. 3 Jesus went up into a mountain, and there
6. 15 departed again into a mouutain himself
8. i [Jesus went unto the mount of Olives]
Acts i. 12 from the mount called Olivet, which is
7. 30 appeared to him in the wilderness of m.
7. 38 angel which spake to him in the mount
1 Co. 13. 2 so that I could remove mountains, and
Gal. 4. 24 one from the mount Sinai, which gender
4. 25 For this Agar is mount Sinai in Arabia
Heb. 8. 5 the pattern showed to thee in the mount
11. 38 they wandered in deserts, and mountains
12. 18 For ye are not come unto the [mount) that
12. 20 if so muchas a beast touch the mountain
12. 22 ye are come unto mount Sion, and unto
2 Pe. i. 18 when we were with him in the holy mount
Rev. 6. 14 every mountain and island were moved
6. 15 in the dens and in the rocks of the moun
6. 16 said to the mountains and rocks. Fall on
8. 8 as it were a great mountain burning with
14. i a Lamb stood on the mount Sion. and with
16. 20 fled away, and the mountains were not
17. 9 The seven heads are seven mountains, on
21. 10 in thespiritto a greatand high mountain
See also Abarim, Ararat, Baalah.Baal hermon. Beth -el,
Sether, Carmel, Ebal, Ephraim, Ephron.Gerizim, Qil-
>oa, Gilead, Halak, Heres. Hermon, Hor, Horeb,
Tearim, Lebanon, Moriah. Naphtali, ]Sebo, Olivet,
3
aran, Perazim, Samaria, Seir. Shaphar, Sion, Sinai,
labor, Zalmon, Zemaraim Zion, &c.]
MOUNT up, to
\..To raise self up, T];N abak, 7.
Isa. 9. 18 they shall mount up . .the lifting up of
2. To go up high, 333 gubah, 5.
Job 39. 27 Doth the eagle mount up at thy command
3. To go up, nhy alah.
Job 20. 6 Though his excellency mount up to the
Psa. 107. 26 They mount up to the heaven,they go down
Isa. 40. 31 they shall mount up with wings as eagles
Jer. 51. 53 Though Babylon should mount up to he.
4.To be high, on rum.
Eze. 10. 1 6 lifted up their wings to mount up from
5. To be high, lifted up, D0"i ramam, 2.
Eze. io. 19 lifted up their wings, and mounted up
MOURN
MOUNTING up
Going up, ascent, step, .1^9 maaleh.
Isa. 15. 5 by the mounting up of Luhith with we.
MOURN, to
1 . To mourn, hyt} abal.
Job 14. 22 and his soul within him shall mourn
Isa. 3 . 26 her gates shall lament and mourn ; and
24. 4 The earth mourueth . .fadeth away, the
24. 7 The new wine mourneth, the vine langu.
33. 9 The earth mourneth (and) lauguisheth
Jer. 4. 28 For this shall the earth mourn, and the
12. 4 How long shall the land mourn, and the
12. ii desolate it mourneth unto me ; the whole
14. 2 Judah mourneth, and the gates thereof
23. loforbecauseofswearingthelandmourneth
Hos. 4. 3 Therefore shall the land mourn, and every
io. 5 the people thereof shall mourn over it
Joel i. 9 the priests, the LORD S ministers, niouru
i. io The field is wasted, the laud mourneth
Amos i. 2 the habitations of the shepherds shall m.
8. 8 and every one mourn that dwelleth the.
9. 5 and all that dwell therein shall mourn
Z.Mourning, Sax abel.
Psa. 35. 14 I bowed down heavily, as one that mou.
Isa. 61. 2 day .. of our God ; to comfort all that mo.
61. 3 To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion
Lam. i. 4 The ways of Zion do mourn, because none
3. To show self a mourner, V;K abal, 7.
(* en- 37- 34 loins, and mourned for his son many days Exod33 . 4 heard these evil tidings, they mourned
>um 14. 39 Moses told, .and the people mourned gr
1 Sa. 15. 35 Samuel mourned for Saul : and the LORD
16. i How long wilt thou mourn for Saul, seeing
2 Sa. 13. 37 And (David) mourned for his son everyday
14. 2 that had a long time mourned for the dead
19. i the king weepeth and mourneth for Abs.
i Ch. 7. 22 Ephraim their father mourned many days
2^Ch,35. 24 Judah and Jerusalem mourned for Josiah
Ezra io. 6 he mourned because of the transgression of
Neh. i. 4 wept, and mourned (certain) days, and f.
8. 9 holy unto the LOUD your God ; mourn not
Isa. 66. io Rejoice .. with her, all ye that mourn for
Eze. 7. 12 let not. .buyer rejoice, nor. .seller mourn
7. 27 The king shall mourn, and the prince sh.
Dan. io. 2 In those days I Daniel was mourning tli.
4. To lament, mourn, n^x anah.
Isa. 19. 8 The fishers also shall mourn, and all they
5. To be sighing, to sigh, njx anach, 2.
Prov2g. 2 the wicked beareth rule, the people mo.
6.7"o weep, ro? bakah.
Gen. 50. 3 Egyptians mourned for him three score Hum 20. 29 saw. .they mourned for Aaron thirty days
7. To be grieved, pained, ari daab.
Psa. 88. 9 Mine eye mourneth by reason of affliction
8 To meditate, mutter, n:n hagah.
Isa. 16. 7 foundations of Kir hareseth shall yeniou.
38. 14 I did mourn as a dove : mine eyes fail
59. 1 1 We roar all like bears, and mourn sore
Jer 48. 31 and. .shall mourn for the men of Kir-he.
9. To sound, make a noise, ncn hamah.
Eze. 7. 1 6 all of them mourning, everyone for his i.
lO.Tb hotel, groan, Dnj naham.
Prov. 5. ii thou mourn at the last, when thy flesh and
Eze. 24. 23 ye shall pine away . .and mourn one tow.
\\.Tomove, bemoan, 1U nud.
Job 2. 1 1 to come to mourn with him and to comt
12. 7"o beat (the breast), mourn, lament, 155 saphad.
Gen. 23. 2 Abraham came to mourn for Sarah, and
50. 10 there they mourned with a great and very
2 Sa. i . 1 2 they mourned and wept, and fasted until
3. 31 gird you with sackcloth,and mourn before
11, 26 was dead, she mourned for her husband
i Ki. 13. 29 the old prophet came to the city, to mo.
13. 30 they mourned over him . .Alas, my broth.
14. 13 all Israel shall mourn for him, and bury
14. 18 all Israel mourned for him, according to
Eccl. 3. 4 a time to mourn, and a time to dance
Eze. 24. 16 yet neither shall thou mourn nor weep
24. 23 ye shall not mourn nor weep; but ye shall
Zech. 7. 5 When ye fasted and mourned in the fifth
12. io they shall mourn for him, as one mourn.
12. 12 the laud shall mourn, every family apart
13. 7*o be black, to mourn, 11 jj qadar.
Job 5.11 that those which mourn may be exalted to
. 30. 28 I went mourning withoutrthe sun : I stood
Psa. 38. 6 I am troubled . . I go mourning all the day
42. 9 why go I mourning because of the oppre.
43. 2 why go I mourning because of the oppr.
14.7*0 rule, mourn, in rud, 5.
Psa. 55. 2 I mourn in my complaint, and make a
15.7"o bewail, lament, Qp^vtu UweneCi.
Matt 1 1. 17 we have mourned unto you, and ye have
Luke 7. 32 we have mourned to you, and ye have not
IQ.To beat (the breast), Koirrouai koptomai.
Matt 24. 30 then shall all the tribes of the earth mo.
17.7*0 mourn, grieve, sorrow, irfvOw pentheo.
Matt. 5. 4 Blessed (are) they that mourn : for they
9. 15 Can the children of the bride chamber m.
Marki6. 10 [thathad been with him, as theymournedj
Luke 6. 25 Woe unto you that laugh, .for ye shall m.
i Co. 5. 2 ye are puffed up, and have not rather m.
MOURN 676 MOUTH
Jas. 4. 9 Be afflicted, and mourn, and weep : let
Rev. 1 8. it merchants of the earth shall weep and m.
MOTON. to cause t)
To mate black, cause to mourn, "nj qadar, 5.
Eze. 31. 15 I caused Lebanon to mourn for him, and
KOTJRNEK. MOURNING
l.MourniKj one, *?3X abel.
Gen. 37. 35 go down into the grave unto my son mo
Esth. 612 Hainan hasted to his house mourning
Job 23. 25 sat. .as one (that) comforteth the mourn.
Isa. 57. 18 restore comforts unto him, and to his m.
2.M.niminy, S~x ebel.
Geu. 27. 41 The days of mourning for my father are
53. 10 be made a mourning for his father seven
50. ii saw the mourning in the floor of Atad, they
50. ii This (is) a grievous mourning to the Egy
Deut 34. 8 so the days of weeping . . mourning forM
3 Sa. ii. 27 when the mourning waa poaL David sent
14. 2 put on now mourning apparel, and anoint
19. 2 the victory that day was. .into mourning
Esth. 4. 3 great mourning among the Jews, and fa
9. 22 was turned . . from mourning into a good
Job 30. 31 My harp also is. .to mourning, and my o
Eccl. 7. 2 bettertogotothe house of mourning than
7. 4 heart of the wise (is) in the house of mo
Isa. 60. 20 the days of thy mourning shall be ended
61. 3 the oil of joy for mourning, the garment
Jer. 6 26 make thee mourning, (as for) an only son
16. 7 neither, .tear (themselves)for them in m
31. 13 I will turn their mourning into joy, and
Lam. 5 15 ceased; our dance is turned into mourning
Eze. 24. 17 Forbear to cry, make no mourning for the
Amos 5. 16 they shall call the husbandman to mour
8 10 1 will turn your feasts into mourning, and
8. 10 I will make it as the mourning of an only
Mic. i. 8 like the dragons, and mourning as the o
3. Vanity, iniquity, ;*x aren.
Deut 26. 14 I have not eaten thereof in my mourning
Has. 9. 4 as the bread of mourners, all that eat the
4.--1 sijh, sighing, rr.^t anachah.
Isa. 51. ii (and)sorrow and mourning shall flee away
5. Weeping, TTS btkith.
Gen. 50. 4 when the days of his mourning were past
6. Meditation, muttering, TO-I hegeh.
Eze. 2. 10 lamentations, and mourning, and
7.B(ating the breast, mourning. ~sro misped.
Psa. 30. ii Thou hast turned for me my mourning into
Isa. 22 12 call to weeping, and to mourning, and to
Joel 2 12 Turn ye.. with weeping, and with mour
Mic. i. ii came not forth in the mourning of Beth.
Zech.i2. ii In that day shall there be a great mourn.
12. 1 1 as the mourning of Hadadrimmon in the
S.A mourning feast, nn? mar-each.
Jer. 1 6. 5 Enter not into the house of mourning, ne.
9 To beat the breast, mourn, 19? saphad.
Eccl. 12 5 because, .the mourners go about the stre
10. Lamentation, mourning, nyff taaniyyah.
Lam. 2. 5 in the daughter of Judah mourning and
1 1 . Leciathan, ]njb hryathan.
Job 3. 8 who are ready to raise up their mourning
r2.Lamentation, wailing. oSvpuot odurmos.
Matt. 2. 1 3 lamentation, and weeping, and great mo
2 Co. 7. 7 your mourning, your fervent mind toward
13.&>rroir, grief, mourning, Wrdo; penlkos.
Jas. 4. 9 let your laughter be turned to mourning
Rev. iS. 8comeinoneday.death.andmourning.and
MOUXni. to M*m salf to be a
To feign self to be a mourner, *>;x abal, 7
2 Sa. 14. 2 I pray thee, feign thyself to be a mourner
MOTTRjrrULLT
In blackness, rrrrp qedorannith.
MaL 3. 14 that we have walked mournfully before the
OTTRXIHG. U, cause a
To cause to m ->irn, ?}* abal, 5.
B*e. 31. 15 he went down to the grave I caused a m.
To cone, mourn, lament, I P qun, Sa.
Jer. 9. 17 call for the mourning women, that they
MOVSZ
A mouse, T?2V akhar.
Lev. ii. 39 weasel, and the moose, ajd the tortoise
i Sa. 6. 4 Five golden emerods. and five golden mice
6. 5 andunagesof yourmicethatmartheland
6. ii the coffer with the mice of gold, and the
6. i3 the golden mice the number of an the c
Isa. 6* 17 eating, .the abomination, and the mouse
MOT7TH
1. Tir.jat, jnj gartm.
Psa.143. 5 the high (praises) of God (be) in their mo.
2.PalaU. & chek.
Job i.-. :: Doth not the ear try words? .the month
20 13 it not, but keep it still within his uarh
31. 30 Neither have I suffered my month to sin
33- 2 Behold .my tongue bath spoken in my m.
34- 3 the ear trieth words, as the month taateth
rrov. 3 strange woman her mouth (is) i
7 ?c.r mv mouth shall speak truth ; andw.
Song s 16 His mouth (is) most sweet ; yea, he (is) al.
Boa. 8. i (Set) the trumpet to thy mouth, (lie shall
3. Cheek, "ifc adi.
Psa. 32. 9 whose mouth must be held in with bit and
103. 5 Whosatisfleth thy mouth with good (thi.)
i. Mouth, rspfh.
Geu. 4. ii which hath opened her mouth to receive
8. ii in her mouth (was) an olive leaf pluckt otf .
24. 57 call the damsel, and enquire at her mou.
29. 2 a great stone (was/ upon the well s mouth
29. 3 they rolled the stone from the well s mo.
?;. 5 put the stone again upon the well s mouth }
29. 3 they roll the stone from the well s mouth \
29. 10 and rolled the stone from the well s mou.
42. 27 money, .behold, it (was) in his sack s mo.
43. 12 brought again in the mouth of your sacks
43. 21 man s money (was) in the nouth of his s.
44. i put every man s money in his sack s mouth
44. 2 in the sack s mouth of the youngest, and
44. S money which we found in our sacks mo.
45. 12 (it is) my mouth that speaketh unto you
Exod. 4.11 Who hath made man s mouth? or who m
4. 12 therefore go, and I will be with thy mouth
4. 15 speak unto him, and put words in his m.
4. 13 will be with thy mouth and with his mo.
4. 16 he shall be to thee instead of a mouth, and
13. 9 that the LORD S law may be in thy mouth
23. 13 neither let it be heard out of thy mouth
Numi2. 8 With him will I speak mouth to mouth
16. 33 the earth open her mouth, and swallow
16. 32 the earth opened her mouth, and swallo
22. 23 the LORD opened the mouth of the aai; and
22. 38 the word that God putteth in my mouth
23. 5 the LORD put a word in Balaam s mouth
23. 12 that which the LORD hath put in my mo.?
23. 16 put a word in his mouth, and said. Go
26. 10 the earth opened her mouth, and swallo.
jo. 2 to all that proceedeth out of his mouth
32. 24 which hath proceeded out of your mouth
35. 30 be pat to death by the mouth of witnesses
Deut. S. 3 that proceedeth out of themouth of the L.
ii. 6 how the earth opened her mouth, and s.
17. 6 At the mouth of two. .at the mouth of one
18. iS and will put my words in his mouth ; and
19. 15 at the mouth of two. .or at the mouth of
23. 25 which thou hast promised with thy mouth
30. 14 word (is) very nigh unto thee, in thy mo
31. 13 put it in their mouths, that this songmay
31. 2i shall not be forgotten out of the mouths
32. i and bear, O earth, the words of mymouth
Josh. i. 5 the law shall not depart out of thy mouth
6. 10 shall (any) word proceed oat of your mo.
9. 14 and asked not . . at the mouth of the LORD
ID. 18 Roll great stones upon the month of the
10. 22 Open the mouth of the cave, and bring
10. 27 and laid great stones in the cave s month
Judg. 7. e lapped, ^putting) their hand to their mo.
9. 38 Where (is) now thy mouth, wherewith thou
1 1. 35 for I have opened my mouth unto the L.
ii. 36 thou hast opened thy mouth unto the L.
1 1. 36 that which hath proceeded out of thy m.
iS. 13 Hold thy peace, lay .hand upon thy mo
1 Sa. i. 12 it came to pass, .that Eli marked her m.
2. i my mouth is enlarged over mine enemies
2. 3 let (not) arrogancy come out of your mo.
14. 36 but no man put his hand to his mouth : for
14. 27 put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes
i-. 15 and delivered (it) out of his mouth : and
2 Sa. i . 16 for thy mouth bath testified against thee
14. 3 So Joab put the words in her mouth
14. 19 put all these words in the mouth of thine
18. 25 If he (be) alone, (there is) tidings in his m.
22. 9 flre out of his mouth devoured: coals were
1 KL 7. 31 the mouth of it within the chapiter and
7. 31 but the month thereof (was) round, .the
7. 31 also upon the month of it (were)graving-s
8. 15 which spake with his month unto Davi 1
8. 24 thou spakest also with thy month, and
13. 21 Forasmuch as thou hast disobeyed the m.
17. 24 the word of the LORD in thy month (is)
19. 18 and every mouth which hath not kissed
22. 13 (declare) good onto the king with one m.
22. 22 I will be a lying spirit in the mouth of all
22. 23 LORDliath put a lying spirit in the mouth
2 Ki. 4. 34 put his mouth upon his month, and his e.
1 Ch.i5 12 bis wonders, and the judgments of his m.
2 Ch. 6. 4 which he spake with his mouth to my fa.
6. 15 spakest with thy month, and hast fulfilled
18. 21 and be a lying spirit in the mouth of all
18. 22 LORD bath put a lying spirit in the mouth
35. 22 unto the words of Necho from the mouth
36. 12 (speaking) from the month of the LORD
36. 2: To fulfil the word of the LORD by the m.
36. 22 that the word of the LORD, .by the mouth
Ezra i. i that the word of the LORD by the mouth
Neb. 9. 20 withheldest not thy manna from their m.
Esth. 7. 8 As the word went out of the king s mouth
Job 3. i After this opened Jobhis mouth,ted ear.
5. 1 5 from their mouth, and from the band of
5. 16 hath hope, and iniquity stoppeth her m
7. ii Therefore I will not refrain my month; I
8. 2 the word* of th) mouth a strong wind
8. 21 Till he fill thy month with lngfamg, and
9. 20 If I justify myself, mine own month shall
15 5 For thymouthottereth thine iniquity, and
15. 6 Thine own month rinoflamin tli thee. and
15. 13 and lettest. words go out of thy mouth
15- 30 by the hraath offcia asMth shall be go
16. 5 1 would aUnajthiiH you with my mouth
16. 10 They hare gaped upon me with their m.
Psa.
Job 20. 1 2 Though wickedness be sweet in his month
21. 5 Mark me .and lay. .hand upon, .mouth
22. 22 Receive, I pray thee, the law from his m.
33. 4 I would, .fill my mouth with argument*
23. 12 I have esteemed the words of his mouth
29. 9 The princes . laid (their) hand on their m.
29. 23 they opened their mouth wide (as) for the
31. 27 heart, .or my mouth hath kissed my hand
32. 5 no answer in the mouth of (these) three
33. 2 Behold, now I have opened my mouth, my
35. if, Therefore doth Job open his mouth in v.
37. 2 and the sound (that) goeth out of his mo.
40. 4 what . . I will lay mine band upon my mo.
40. 23 that he can draw up Jordan into his mo.
41. 19 Out of his mouth go burning lamps, (and)
41. 21 coals, and a flame goeth out of his mouth
5. 9 For. .no faithfulness in their mouth ; their
8. 2 Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings
ID. 7 His mouth U full of cursing and deceit
17. 3 I am purposed., my mouth shall not tran.
17. to fat : with their mouth they speak proudly
18. 8 fire out of his mouth devoured : coals w.
19. 14 Let the words of my mouth, and the me.
22. 13 They gaped upon me (with) their mouths
22. 21 Save me from the lion s mouth : for thow
33. 6 host of them by the breath of his mouth
34. i his praise (shall) continually (be) in my m.
35. 21 they opened their mouth wide against me
36. 3 The words of bis mouth (are) iniquity and
37. 30 The month of the righteous speaketh wi.
38 13 as a dumb man (that) openeth not his m.
38 14 as a man. .in whose mouth (are) no repr
39. i I will keep my mouth with a bridle, wh.
39. 9 I was dumb, I opened not my mouth
40. 3 And he bath put a new song in my mouth
49. 3 My mouth shall speak of wisdom; and the
50. 16 shouldest take my covenant in thy mou ?
50. 19 Thou givest thy mouth to evil, and thy
51. 15 and my mouth shall show forth thy praise
54. 2 O God; give earto the words of my mouth
55. 21 (The words) of his mouth were smoother
58. 6 Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth
59. 7 Behold, they belch out with their mouth
59.12 (For) the sin of their mouth . . the words
62, 4 they bless with their mouth, but they cut
63. 5 my mouth shall praise . . with joyful lips
63. ii the mouth of them that speak lies shall
66. 14 my lips have uttered, and my mouth hath
66. 17 I cried unto him with my month, and he
69. 15 let not the pit shut her mouth upon me
71. 8 Let my mouth be filled (with) thy praise
71. 15 My mouth shall show forth thy righteou.
73. 9 They set their mouth against the heavens
78. i incline your ears to the words of my mo.
78. 2 I will open my mouth in a parable : I w.
78. 30 while their meat (was) yet in their mouth*
78. 36 they did flatter him with their mouth, and
81. 10 open thy month wide, and I will fill it
89. i with my mouth will I make known thy
105. 5 his wonders, and the judgments of his ra
107. 42 and all iniquity shall stop her mouth
109. 2 the mouth of the wicked and the mouth
109. 30 1 will greatly praise . . LORD with my mo.
115. 5 They have months, but they speak not
1 1 9. 1 3 I declared all the judgment* of thy mouth
119-43 take not the word of truth . . out of my m.
119. 72 The law of thy month (is) better unto me
119. 88 so shall I keep the testimony of thy mo.
119. 103 (yea, sweeter) than honey to my month!
119. io3 Accept .the free will offerings of my mo.
119. 131 I opened my mouth, and panted: forl L
126. 2 Then was our mouth filled with laughter
135. 16 They have months, but they speak not
13$. 17 neither is there . . breath in their mouths
138. 4 when they hear the words of thy month
141. 3 Set a watch, O LORD, before my mouth
141. 7 Our bones are scattered at the grave s m.
144. 8, ii Whose mouth speaketh vanity, and
145. 21 My mouth shall speak the praise of the L.
PTOT. 2. 6 out of his mouth . . knowledge and under.
4. s decline from the words of my mouth
4. 24 Put away from thee a freward month, and
5. 7 and depart not from the words of my m.
6. 2 Thou art snared with the words of thy m.
6. 2 thou art taken with the words of thy m.
6. i3 wicked man, walketh with a froward m_
7. 24 Hearken . . attend to the words of my m.
8. 8 All the words of my month (are) in righ.
8. 13 the evil way, and. .froward mouth, do I
10. 6, ii violence corereth the mouth of the w.
10 1 1 The mouth of a righteous (man is) a well
10. 14 the month of the foolish (U) near destrn.
ID. 31 The month of the just bringeth forth wU.
10.32 butthe month of the wicked, frowarlmss
11. 9 An hypocrite with (his) month destroyeth
11. ii overthrown by the SKWth of the wicked
12. 6 the Booth of the upright shall deliver
12. 14 shall be satisfied by the fruit of (his) m.
13. 2 man shall eat good by the fruit of (bis)m.
i j. i He that keepeth Ui mouth keepeth his
14. 3 In the month of the foolish (is) a rod of
15. 3 the month of fools ponreth out foolishness
15. 14 the month of fools flsedeth on foolishness
15.23 A man hath joy by th* answer of his mo
15. 6 the moatfh ti the wicked poureth out ertt
16. 10 his mouth transgresseth not in judgment
16. 23 The heart of the wise teachethhis mouth
16. jfilaboorath. .for his mouth crafie** itofhim
18 4 Tbe words of a man s mouth (are as) deep
8 6 A fool s month calleth for strokes
18. 7 A fooU mouth (U) his destruction, and
i*. shaU be satisfied wttfc tm* fruit of his m.
MOUTH 677 MOVABLE
Pronp. 24 will not so much .is bring it to his mouth
19. 28 the mouth of the wicked deronreth inicj.
jo. 17 but. .his mouth shall be filled with gravel
21. 33 Whoso krepeth his mouth and hi* tongue
22. 14 The mouth of strange women (is) a deep
24. 7 a fool, .opeiieth not his mouth in the gate
16. 7, 9 so (is) .1 parable in the mouth of fools
26. 15 it grieveth him to bring it. .to his mouth
26. 28 and a flattering mouth worketh ruin
27. 3 Let. .man praise thee . .not thine own m.
30! 20 she eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and
30. 32 thought evil, (lay) thine hand upon thy m.
31. 8 Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause
31. 9 Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and
31. 26 Sheopeneth her mouth with wisdom ; and
Bccl. 5. 2 Be not rash with thy mouth, and let not
5. 6 Suffer not thy mouth to cause thy llesh
6. 7 All the labour of man (is) for his mouth
10. 12 The words of a wise man s mouth (are)
10. 13 The beginning of the words of his month
Song i. 2 Let him kiss me with the kisses of hism.
Isa. i. 20 for the mouth of the LORD hath spoken
5. 14 and opened her mouth without measure
6. 7 he laid (it) upon my mouth, and said, Lo
9. 12 they shall devour Israel with open mouth
9. 17 evil doer, and every mouth speaketh folly
10. 14 that moved the wing, or opened the mo.
11. 4 smite the earth with the rod of his mouth
19. 7 by the brooks, by the mouth of the brooks
29. 13 as this people draw near, .with their mo.
30. 2 That walk . . and have not asked at my m.
34. 16 for my mouth it hath commanded, and
40. 5 for the mouth of the LORD hath spokeu
45. 23 the word is gone out of my mouth (in) ri.
48. 3 they went forth out of my mouth, and I
49. 2 he hath made my mouth like a sharp sw.
51. 16 I have put my words in thy mouth, and
52. 15 the kings shall shut their mouths at him
53. 7 he was afflicted ; yet he opened not his m.
53. 7 as a sheep, .so he openeth not his mouth
53. 9 neither (was any) deceit in his mouth
55. ii word be that goeth forth out of my mou.
57. 4 against whom make ye a wide mouth, .dra.
58. 14 for the mouth of the LORD hath spokeu (it)
59. 21 my words which I have put in thy mouth
59. 21 otttof thy mouth, nor out of the mouth of
55. 21 nor out of the mouth of thy seed s seed
62. 2 which the mouth of the LORD shall name
Jer. i. 9 put forth his hand, and touched my mouth
i. 9 Behold, I have put my words iu thy mo.
5. 14 I will make my words in thy mouth tire
7. 28 is perished, and is cut otf from their mou.
9. 8 with his mouth, but in heart he layeth his
9. 12 to whom the mouth of the LoRDhath sp.
9. 20 let your ear receive the word of his mouth
12. 2 thou (art) near in their mouth, and far fr.
15. 19 from the vile, thou shalt be as my mouth
23. 16 they speak, .not out of the mouth of the
32. 4 and shall speak with him mouth to mouth
34 3 he shall speak with thee mouth to mouth
36. 4 Baruch wrote from the mouth of Jeremi.
36. 6 which thou hast written from my mouth
36. 17 How didst thou write all these . .at hism.?
36. 1 8 all these words unto me with lu s mouth
36. 27 Baruch wrote at the mouth of Jeremiah
36. 32 who wrote therein, from the mouth of J.
44. 17 thing goeth forth out of our own mouth
44. 25 wives have both spoken with your mouths
44. 26 shall no more be named in the mouth of
45. i written these words in a book at the mo.
48. 28 her nest iu the sides of the hole s mouth,
51. 44 I will bring forth out of his mouth that
Lam. 2. 16 All thine enemies have opened their mo.
3. 29 He putteth his moutli in the dust, if so he
3. 38 Out of the mouth of the most High proc.
3. 46 All our enemies have opened their mouths
Eze. 2. 8 open thy mouth, and eat that I give thee
3. a So I opened my mouth, and he caused me
3. 3 it was in my mouth as honey for sweetness
3. 17 therefore hear the word at my mouth, and
3. 27 I will open thy mouth, and thou shalt say
4. 14 came there abominable flesh into my mo.
16. 56 Sodom was not mentioned by thy mouth
16. 63 never open thy mouth any more because
21. 22 to open the mouth in the slaughter, to lift
24. 27 In that day shall thy mouth be opened to
29. 21 I will give thee the opening of the mouth
33. 7 thou shalt hear the word at mymouth, and
33. 22 came and had opened my mouth, until he
33. 22 my mouth was opened, and I was no more
33. 31 for with their mouth they show much love
34. to I will deliver my flock from their mouth
35. 13 Thus with your mouth ye have boasted
Dan. 10. 3 neither came flesh nor wine in my mouth
10. 16 then I opened my mouth, and spake, and
Hos. 2. 17 the names of Baalimoutof her month, Bad
6. 5 I have slain them by the words of my m.
Joel i. 5 new wine ; for it is cut off from your m.
Amos 3. 12 As the shepherd taketh out of the mouth
Mic. 3. 5 hethat putteth not into their mouths.they
4- 4 for the mouth of the LORD of hosts hatli
( 12 their tongue (is) deceitful in their mouth
7. 3 keep the doorsof thy mouth from her that
7. 1 6 they shall lay (their) hand upon (their) m.
Nah. 3 . 12 they shall even fall into the mouth ofthe
Zeph. 3 . 13 adeceitful tongue be found in their mouth
Zech. 5. 8 he cast the weight of lead upon the mouth
8. 9 these words by the mouth of the prophets
9. 7 I will take away his blood out of his in.
14. 12 tongue shall consume away in their mouth
Mai. 2. 6 The law of truth was in his mouth, and
>. 7 and they should seek the lawat his mouth
5 . Mouth, c 9 / MM .
Dan. 4. ;,i While the word (was) in the king s mouth
6. 17 stone was brought, and laid upon the m.
6. 22 hath shut the lions mouths.that they have
7. 5 three ribs in the mouth of it between the
7. 8 eyes . . and a mouth speaking great things
7. 20 and a mouth that spake very great things
6. Face, D typanim.
Prov 15. 14 the mouth of fools feedeth on foolishness
T.Uate, jnp tera.
Dan. 3. 26 Nebuchadnezzar came near to the mouth
8. Word, \6yos logos.
Acts 15. 27 shall also tell, .the same things by mouth
9.Mouth, (n-o/ua stoma.
Matt. 4. 4 that proceedeth out of the mouth of God
5. 2 he opened his mouth, and taught them
12. 34 out of the abundance of the heart the m.
13. 35 saying, I will open my mouth in parables
15. 8 [draweth nigh unto me with their moutli]
15. ii Not that which goeth into the mouth de.
15. ii but that which cometh out of the mouth
15. 17 that whatsoever entereth in at the mouth
15. 18 those things which proceed out of the m.
17. 27 when thou hast opened his mouth, thou
18. 16 that iu the mouth of two or three witne.
21. 16 < tut of the mouth of babes and sucklings
Luke i. 64 his mouth was opened immediately, and
1. 70 As he spake by the mouth of his holy pr.
4. 22 words which proceeded out of his mouth
6. 45 for of the abundance of the heart his m.
ii. 54 seeking to catch something out of his m.
19. 22 Out of thine own mouth will I judge thee
21. 15 I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which
22. 71 for we ourselves have icard of his own m.
John 1 9. 29 put (it) upon hyssop, and put (it) to his m.
Acts i. 1 6 the Holy Ghost, by the mouth of David
3. 18 which God before had showed by the m.
3. 21 which God hath spoken by the mouth of
4. 25 Who by the mouth of thy servant David
8. 32 before his shearer, .opened he not his m.
8. 35 Philip opened his mouth, and began at the
10. 34 Peter opened (his) mouth, and said, Of a
11. S hath at any time entered into my mouth
15. 7 the Gentiles by my mouth should hear
18. 14 when Paul wasuow about toopen(his)m.
22. 14 and shouldest hear the voice of his moutli
23. 2 that stood by him to smite him on the m.
Rom. 3. 14 Whose mouth (is) full of cursing and bit.
3. 19 that every mouth may be stopped, and all
10. 8 The word is nigh thee . . in thy mouth, ami
to. 9 thou shalt confess with thy mouth the L.
10. 10 with the mouth confession is made unto
15. 6 That ye may with one mind, .one mouth
2 Co. 6. 1 1 our mouth is open unto you, our heart is
13. i In the mouth of two or three witnesses
Eph. 4. 29 communication proceed outofyourinouth
6. 19 that I may open my mouth boldly, to make
Col. 3. 8 filthy communication out of your mouth
2 Tli. 2. 8 shall consume with the spirit of his mouth
2 Ti. 4. 17 I was delivered out of the mouth of the
Heb.n. 33 obtained promises, stopped themouthsof
Jas. 3. 3 we put bits in the horses mouths, that
3. 10 Out of the same mouth proceedeth bless,
i Pe. 2. 22 no sin, neither was guile found in his m.
Jude 1 6 and their mouth speaketh great swelling
Rer. i. 1 6 out of his mouth went a sharp two edged
2. 16 against them with the sword of my mouth
3. 16 nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth
9. 17 out of their mouths issued fire and smoke
9. 18 brimstone, which issued out of their mo.
9. 19 theirpoweris in their mouth, and in their
10. 9 it shall be in thy mouth sweet as honey
10. 10 and it was in my mouth sweet as honey
11. 5 flre proceedeth out of their mouth, and
12. 15 And the serpent cast out of his mouth wa.
12. i6theearth opened her mouth,and swallowed
12. 16 flood which the dragon cast out his mouth
13. 2 bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion
13. 5 there was given unto him a mouth speak.
13. 6 he opened his mouth in blasphemy against
14. 5 in their mouth was found no guile : for
16. 13 like frogs, .outof themouth of the dragon
16. 13 the mouth of the beast, and out of the m.
19. 1 5 out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that
19. 21 which (sword) proceeded out of his mouth
MOUTH, roof of the
Palate, yn chek.
Job 29. 10 tongue cleaved to the roof of their mouth
Psa. 137. 6 let my tongue cleave to the roof of my m.
Song 7. 9 the roof of thy mouth like the best wine
Lam. 4. 4 cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for th.
Eze. 3. 26 thy tongue cleave to the roof of thy mouth
MOUTH, to stop the
To ttt>f the mouth, liriffTonifa epistomizo.
Titus i. n Whose mouths must be stopped, who su.
MOVE, to
1. To move, tremble, JT-< nut.
Ksth. 5. 9 that he stood not up, nor moved for him
2. To bend, ] Sn chaphets.
Job 40. 17 He moveth his tail like a cedar : the sin.
3. To move sharply, pin charats.
Exodii. 7 shall not a dog move his tongue, against
Josh 10. 21 none moved his tongue against any of the
4. To more, jiff, toander away, 11} nadad.
Isa. iu. 14 and there was none that moved the wing
5. To move, yj nua.
1 Sa. i. 13 only her lips moved, but her voice was not
Isa. 6. 4 the port! of the door moved at the voice
6. To cause to move, yu nua, 5.
2 Ki. 23. 18 Let him alone ; let no man move his bones
7. To cause to wave, ru nuph, 5.
Deut23- 25 thou shalt not move a sickle unto thy
8. To move, persuade, remove, rt O suth, 5.
Josh 15. 1 8 she moved him to ask of her father a field
Judg. i. 14 she moved him to ask of her father a field
2 Sa.24. i he moved David against them to say, Go
2 Ch.iS. 31 and God moved them (to depart) from him
Job 2. 3 although thou movedst me against him
9. To make, do, t;y abad.
Ezra 4. 15 that they have moved sedition within the
10. To cause to fall, stumble, pis puq, 5.
Jer. 10. 4 they fasten it with nails, .that it move not
11.7*0 more, cause to step, CJJ9 paam.
Judgi3. 25 spirit of the LORD began to move him at
12. To move, wink, pi; qarats.
Prov 1 6. 30 moving his lips he bringeth evil to pass
13. To be angry, to trouble, tremble, trj ragaz.
2 Sa. 7. 10 dwell in a place of their own, and move
22. 8 the foundations of heaven moved and sh.
Psa. 18. 7 foundations also of the hills moved and
Mic. 7. 17 they shall move out of their holes like w.
14. To move, shake, IITI rachaph, 3.
Gen. i. 2 spirit of God moved upon the face of the
15. To teem, bring forth abundantly, ]~y? sharats.
Eze. 47. 9 everything that liveth, which moveth
16.^4 teeming creature, pf sherets.
Lev. ii. 10 of .ill that move in the waters, and of
17. To stir up, excite, avarrtita anaseiO.
Markis- n the chief priests moved the people, that
18.7*0 move, agitate, shake, excite, Kivtu kincli.
Matt 23. 4 will not move them with one of their tin.
Acts 17. 28 in him we live, and move, and have our
MOVE lightly, to
To move self lightly, ^ qalal, la.
Jer. 4. 24 they trembled, and all the hills moved 1.
MOVE n e, none of these things
To make account of not even one thing, ovSfvos
Koyov ir<v0) oudenos logon poied.
Acts 20. 24 none of these things move me, neither c.
MOVE, to make - -
To cause to move, TJ nud, 5.
2 Ki.zi. 8 Neither will I make the feet of Israel m.
MOVE self, to
To go up and down, ~^n halak. 7.
Prov. 23 31 colour in the cup. .it moveth itself aright
MOVABLE or moved, to be
1. To shake self, be shaken, ryj gnash, 7. 7a.
Jer. 25 16 they shall drink, and be moved, and be
46. 7 flood, whose waters are moved as the riv.T
46. 8 and (his) waters are moved like the rivers
2. To be moved, c>n hum, 2.
Ruth i. 19 all the city was moved about them, and
3. To move, sound, make a noise, .17-? hamah.
Song 5. 4 My beloved.. my bowels were moved for
4. 7*o i oiv, slip, fail, BID mot.
Psa. 46. 6 The heathen raged, the kingdoms were m.
55. 22 shall never suffer the righteous to be m.
5. To be moved, c^a mot, 2.
i Ch.i6. 30 also shall be stable, that it be not moved
Job 41. 23 firm in themselves ; they cannot be moved
Psa. 10. 6 hath said in his heart, I shall not be mo.
13. 4 that trouble me rejoice when I am moved
15. 5 He that doeth these., shall never be mo.
16. 8 is) at my right hand, I shall not be moved
21. 7 mercy of the most High he shall not be m.
30 6 my prosperity I said, I shall never be m.
46 S she shall not be moved : God shall help
62 2 my defence ; I shall not be greatly moved
6a! 6 He only, .my defence ; I shall not be mo.
en i also is established,that it cannot be moved
06 10 shall be established that it shall not be m.
112 6 Surely he shall not be moved for ever
Prov 12 3 the root of the righteous shall not be m.
Isa 40 20 a graven image, (that) shall not be moved
41- 7 * ***" na^3 (*hat) it should not be moved
6.A moving, tottering, B;o mot.
Psa 66 9 and suffereth not our feet to be moved
Hi. 3 He will not suffer thy foot to be moved
7. To move self, be moved, sis mot, 7.
Isa. 24. 19 is clean dissolved, the earth is moved exc.
8 To shake, be moved, turned, ay nut.
Psa. 99. i The LORD reigneth . . let the earth be moT.
9. To move, shake, toander, yiJ nua.
Prov. 5. 6 her ways are moveable . . thou canst not
Isa. 7. 2 his heart was moved, and the heart of
7. 2 as the trees of the wood are moved with
19. i idols of Egypt shall be moved at his pres.
10. To be moved, TJJ nathar.
Job 37. i my heart trembleth, and is moved out of
MOVED
ll.Tb tremble, l>e troubled, angry, ir* ragaz.
2 Sa. 1 8. 33 the king was much moved, and went up
i Ch.ij. 9 shall dwell in their place, and shallbem.
Isa. 14. 9 Hell from beneath is moved for thee to
12.ro shake, tremble, PSfi raash.
Jer. 49. 21 The earth is moved at the noise of their
13. 7*0 be shaken, vy-i raash, 2.
Jer. 50. 46 earth is moved, and the cry is heard am.
14. T<i move, agitate, shake, excite, Kivtia kineij.
Acts 21. 30 all the city was moved, and the people
Rev. 6. 14 every mountain and island were moved
15. To fawn upon, cajole, aaivw saino.
1 Tli. 3. 3 That no man should be moved by these affl.
16. To shake, agitate, toss, aa\tv<a saleiw.
Acts 2. 25 my right hand, that I should not be mo.
17.7* ) shake, trouble, disturb, trtiu seio.
Mattai. 10 all the city was moved, saying, Who is t.?
18.7*0 bear, carry, <f>(pu phero.
2 I e i. 21 men of God spake, .moved by the Holy G.
MOVED away, be
To move away, or over, pfraKivfia metakineo.
Col. i. 23 not moved away from the hope of the g.
MOVED, which cannot be
Unshaken, oeraAey-oj asaleutos.
Heb. 12. 28 receiving a kingdom which cannot be m.
MOVED with fear, to be
To he. careful, devout, t-Aaj8*o/u eulabeomai.
Heb. n 7 moved with fear, prepared an ark to the
MOVER of -
To move, Kivtca kineo.
Acts 24. 5 a mover of sedition among all the Jews
MOVING (creature or thing)
\.Moving, TJ nid.
Job 16. 5 and the moving of my lips should asswage
2. A creeping thing, trpn remes.
Gen. 9. 3 Every moving thing that liveth shall be
3.A teeming -thing, ]"w sherets.
Gen. i. 20 the moving creature that hath life, and
i.Mnrement, commotion, Kivrjcris kinesis.
John 5. 3 "folk., [waiting for the moving of the water]
KOWEB.
To shorten, reap, iyp qatsar.
Psa. 129. 7 Wherewith the mower fllleth not his hand
OWING. MOWN grass -
A shearing, mowing, cut grass, n gez.
Psa. 72. 6 comedown like rain upon the mown grass Amos 7. i the lattergrowthafterthe king s mowings
MO -ZA, xyi2 origin, offspring.
1. A son of Caleb, son of Jephunneh. B.C. 1470.
i Ch. 2. 46 Ephah .begat Haran, and M., and Gazez
2. A Benjamite, descendant of Saul. B 0. 1890.
i Ch. 8. 36 Azmaveth, and Zimri ; and Ziniri begat M.
8. 37 M. begat Binea: Rapha(was)hisson. file.
9. 42 Azmaveth, and Zimri ; and Zimri begat M.
9 43 And M. begat Binea; and Rephaiah his
KO-ZAH. nyan.
A city in Benjamin, near Rosh, now Kulonish or Mizzth.
Josh. 18. 26 And Mizpeh, and Chephirah, and M.
IUCH
1 .Heavy, weighty, 133 kabed.
Exod. 1 2. 38 and flocks and herds, (even) very much c. Nurn 20. 20 Edom came out against him with much
2. Abundant, great, mighty, T2j kabbir.
Job 15. 10 very aged men, much elder than thy fat
31. 25 and because mine hand had gotten much
S. Might, ixp meod.
Gen. 26. 16 Go from us ; for thou art much mightier
34. 12 Ask me never so much dowry and gift, and
Ruth i. i3grieveth me much for your sakes, that
1 Sa. 18. 30 more wisely, .so that his name was much
19. 2 Jonathan, Saul s son, delighted much in
2_Sa. 14. 25 there was none to be so much praised as
Neh. 6. 16 they were much cast down in their own
Psa. 1 19-. 107 I am afflicted very much: quicken me, O
Isa. 56. 12 as this day and much more abundant
Jer. 2. 36 Why gaddest thou about so much to cha,
i.Abundance, increase, .1570 mirbah.
Eze. 23. 32 and had in derision ; it containeth much
S.Bony, substantial, Dis^ ntsum.
Psa. 35. 1 8 I will praise thee among much people
3 .To spread, np$ pasah.
Lev. 13. 35 if the scall spread much in the skin after
I.Many, much, an rab.
Gen. 3o. 43 had much cattle, and maid servants, and
50. 20 as (it is) this day, to save much people a. Mim2 i. 6 bit the people; and much people of Israel
.< 19 your cattle .1 know that ye have much
28. 38 Thou shalt carry much seed out into the
3 Return with much riches unto your tents
22. 8 and with very much cattle, with silver
2
c-V
3 34 there came much people by the way of the
i iu. 10. 2 and very much gold, and precious stones
3 JU. 1 2. 10 wneu they saw . . much money iu the chest
678 MULE
1 Ch.iS. 8 very much brass, wherewith Solomon m.
22. 8 because thou hast shed much blood upon
2 Ch.i7. 13 he had much business in the cities of J.
20. 25 in gathering of the spoil, it was so much
24. 1 1 when they saw that . . much money, the
25. 13 three thousand of them, and took much
26. 10 he had much cattle, both in the low con.
28. 8 and took also away much spoil from them
30. 13 there assembled at Jerusalem much peo.
32. 4 there was gathered much people together
32. 4 kings of Assyria come, and find much w.?
Psa. 19. 10 than gold, yea, than much fine gold ; sw.
Prov 1 5. 6 In the house of the righteous (is) much
Isa. 21. 7 and he hearkened diligently with much he.
Eze. 17. 15 that they might give him "horses and m.
22. 5 shall mock thee. .infamous, .much vexed
26. 7 horsemen, and companies, and much pe.
Jon. 4. 1 1 and their left hand ; and . . much cattle
8.Abundance, ah rob.
2 Ch.27. 3 gate, .and on the wall of Ophel he built m.
Psa. 33. 16 a mighty man is not delivered by much
Prov. 7. 21 With her much fair speech she caused him
13. 23 Much food (is in) the tillage of the poor
14. 4 much increase (is) by the strength of the
Eccl. i. 1 8 in much wisdom (is) much grief ; and he
S.Tocausetomultiply,makeabuiidant,ri3irabah,!J.
Gen. 41. 49 Joseph gathered corn, .very much, until
Josh 13. i there remaineth yet very much land to be
22. 8 with iron, and very much raiment: divide
2 Sa. 8. 8 And . . king David took exceeding much
1 Ki. 4. 29 God gave Solomon wisdom., exceeding m
2 Ki.io. 18 Baal a little. .Jehu shall serve him much
21. 6 wrought much wickedness in the sight of
21. 16 Manasseh shed innocent blood very much
1 Ch.2o. 2 he brought also exceeding much spoil out
2 Ch.i4 13 and they carried away very much spoil
32. 27 Hezekiah had exceeding much richesand
33. 6 wrought much evil in the sight of the L.
Neh. 4. 10 is decayed, and (there is) much rubbish
Prov25. 27 not good toeatmuch honey ; so., to search
Eccl. 5. 12 (is) sweet, whether he eat little or much
5. 17 much sorrow and wrath with his sickness
5. 20 he shall not much remember the days of
9. 1 8 war : but one sinner destroyeth much g.
12. 12 and much study (is) a weariness of the 11.
Isa. 30. 33 the pile thereof (is) fire and much wood
Jer. 40. 12 gathered wine and summer fruits very m.
Hag. i. 6 Ye have sown much, and briug in little
i. 9 Ye looked for much, and, lo, (it came) to
\r .Much, many, great, K zp saggi\
Dan. 4. 12 the fruit thereof much, and in it (was) m.
7 5 they said thus unto it, Arise, devour in.
7. 28 my cogitations much troubled me, and my
11. Sufficient, iKav6s hiko.nos.
Luke 7. 12 and much people of the city was with her
Acts 5 37 Judas., drew away [much] people after him
ii. 24 and much people was added unto the L.
11. 26 with the church, and taught much people
19 26 hath persuaded and turned away much p.
27. 9 Now, when much time was spent, and
2. More, rather, /ma\\ov mallon.
Matt. 6. 26 the fowls. .Are ye not much better than
IB. Much, many, vo\vs 2>olus.
Matt 6. 30 not much more, .you, ye of little faith
13. 5 stony places, where they had not much
26. 9 this ointment might have been soldfor m.
Mark i. 45 he went out, and began to publish (it) m.
4. 5 stony ground, where it had not much ea.
5. 10 he besought him much that he would not
5. 21 otherside.muchpeoplegathereduntohiin
5. 24 much people followed him, and thronged
6- 3 1 Jesus, when he came out, saw much pe. Luke 7. 47 Her sins, .are forgiven ; for she loved mu
8. 4 whenmuchpeopleweregatheredtog.y.ii.
9. 37 down from the hill, much people met him
10. 40 Martha was cumbered about much serving
12. iq Soul, thou hast much goods laid up form.
12. 48 much is given, of him shall be much reo.
12. 48 to whom men have committed much, of
16. 10 that which is least is faithful also in mil.
16. 10 is unjust in the least is unjust also in much
John 3. 23 because there was much water there: and
6. 10 Now there was much grass in the place
7. 12 there was much murmuring among the p.
12. 9 Much people of the Jews therefore knew
12. 12 On the next day much people that were
12. 24 but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit
14. 30 Hereafter I will not talk much with you
15. 5 the same bringeth forth much fruit : for
15. 8 is my Father glorified, that ye bear much
Acts 10. 2 which gave much alms to the people, and
14. 22 that we must through much tribulation
15. 7 when there had been much disputing, Pe.
16. 16 which brought her masters much gain by
18. 10 to hurt thee : for I have much people in
18. 27 helped them much which had believed
>. 2 and had given them much exhortation, he
26. 24 Paul., much learning doth make thee mad
27. 10 this voyage will be with hurt and much
Horn. 3. 2 Much every way : chiefly, because that
5. 9 Much more then, beingnow justified by his
5. 10 much more, being reconciled, we shall be
5. 15 much more the grace of God, and the gift
5. 17 much more they which receive abundance
9. 22 endured with much long suffering the v.
15. 22 I have been [much] hindered from coming
16. 6 Greet Mary, who bestowed much labour
16. ia [ 1 ersis, which laboured much in tbe Lord]
1 Co. a. 3 in weakness, and in fear, and in much tr.
12. 22 much more tlio-e members of the body
16. 19 Aquila and Priscila salute you much in
2 Co. 2. 4 For out of much affliction and anguish of
3. 9 much more doth the ministration of rig.
3. n much more that which remaineth (is) gl.
6. 4 as the ministers of God, in much patien.
8. 4 Praying us with much entreaty that we
8. 15 He that (had gathered) much had nothinc
8. 22 now much more diligent, upon the great
Phil. 2. 12 but now much more in my absence, work
i Th. i. 5 in the Holy Ghost, and iifmuch assurance
1. 6 having received the word in much afflict
2. 2 the gospel of God with much contention
1 Tj. 3. 8 not given to much wine, not greedy of fl.
2 Ti. 4. 14 Alexander the coppersmith did me much
I itus 2. 3 not given to much wine, teachers of good
rhm. 8 though I might be much bold ini hrUt to
Heli. 12. 9 shall we not much rather be in subjection
12. 25 much more (shall not) we (escape) if we
Jaa. 5. 16 prayer of a righteous man availeth much
1 Pe. i. 7 being much more precious than of gold
Rev. 5.4! wept [much], because no man was found
8. 3 there wa given unto him mnch incense
19. i I heard a great voice of much people in
[See also And, as, discouraged, displeased, half so,
heed, how, love, more, observed, perplexed, over, pain,
pained, so, speaking, sufficient, too, twice as, very
work.]
MITCH, to ask, gather, take, or yield
To cause to multiply, make abundant, .15-3 ralaJi, 3.
Gen. 34. 12 Ask meneversomuch dowry and gift, and
Exodi6. 18 he that gathered much had nothing over
Neh. 9. 37 it yieldeth much increase unto the kings
Jer. 2. vt For though thou . .take thee much soap
MUCH abroad
To spread, be spread, ny$ pasah.
Lev. 13. 7 if the scab spread much abroad in the s.
13. 22 if it spread much abroad in the skin, then
13. 27 if it be spread much abroad in the skin
MITCH less, how
Ifmv much less, S 3 r\X o.ph ki lo.
2 Ch.32. 15 how much less shall your God deliver you
MUCH more
i l.Tocausetomii.ltiply,makeabundant,n}iraJxih, 5.
Exod36. 5 The people bring much more than enough
2 Ch.25. 9 The LORD is able to give thee much more
2. To (cause to) add, >;p; yasaph, 5.
i Sa. 20. 13 The LORD do so and much more to Jona.
MUCH perplexed, to be
To be in doubt or perplexity, Siairoptu diaporeo.
Luke24. 4 as they were much perplexed thereabout
MUCH set by, to be
To be great, V]3 gadal,
i Sa. 26. 24 so let my life be much set by in the eyes
MUCH, to be so
Tb be many, abundant, nan rabah.
Gen. 43. 34 Benjamin s mess was five times so much
MUCH, too
1.7*0 cause to or let remain over, in; yathar, 5.
Exod36. 7 for all the work to make it, and too much
2. Many, much, abundant, an rab.
Nurni6. 3, 7 (Ye take) too much upon you
Josh. 19. 9 the part of. Judah was too much for them
1 Ki. 12. 28 It is too much for you to go up to Jerus.
MUCH, very
Much, many, abundant, an rab.
2 Ch.32. 29 for God had given him substance very m.
MUFFLERS
A veil, mvfflrr, Sjp raal.
Isa. 3. 19 the chains, and the bracelets, and the m.
MULBERRY TREE
Baka tree, mulberry, N;^ baka.
2 Sa. 5. 3 upon them over against the mulberry trees
5. 24 a going in the tops of the mulberry trees
1 Ch.i4. 14 upon them overagainst the mulberry trees
14. 15 going in the tops of the mulberry trees
MULE
l.A mule, separate one, Tig pered.
2 Sa. 13. 29 every nian gat him up upon his mule, and
18. 9 Absalom rode upon a mule, and the mule
18. 9 the mule that (was) under him went away
1 Ki.io. 25 spices, horses, and mules, a rate year by
18. 5 find grass to save the horses and mules al.
2 Ki. 5. 17 be given to thy servant two mules burden
1 Ch.i2. 40 bread on asses, and on camels, and on m.
2 Ch. 9. 24 spices, horses and mules, a rate year by
Ezra 2. 66 their mules, two hundred forty and five
Neh. 7. 68 their mules, two hundred forty and five
Psa. 32. 9 Be ye not as the horse, (or) as the mule
Isa. 66. 20 in litters, and upon mules, and upon sw.
Eze. 27.14 traded . . with horses . . horsemen and mu.
Zech.i4. 15 so shall be the plague of the. .mule, of
2. A female mule, .1719 pirdah.
i Ki. i. 33 to ride upon mine own mule, and bring
i. 38 Solomon to ride upon king David s mule
i. 44 have caused him to ride upon the king s ra.
3. A suri/t beast, courser, ran rekesh.
Esth. 8. 10 riders on mules, camels, (and) young dro.
3. 14 the posts that rode upon mules (and) ca.
MULTIPLIED 679 MULTITUDE
4. Warm springs, DO , yemim.
Gen. 36. 24 that found the mules in the wilderness
MULTIPLIED, to be
l.To be many, multiply, 2yi rabab.
Oen. 6. i when men began to multiply on the face
Job 35. 6 or (if) thy transgressions be multiplied
Psa. 38. 19 they that hate me wrongfully are multip.
Isa. 59. 12 our transgressions are multiplied before
2. To ,V many, mare, abundant, .17-3 rabah.
Exod it. 9 that my wonders may be multiplied in the
Deut. 8. 13 is multiplied, and all that thou hast is in.
n. 21 That your days may be multiplied, and
i Ch. 5. 9 because their cattle were multiplied in
Job 27. 14 If his children be multiplied, (it is) for
Psa. 1 6. 4 Their sorrows shall be multiplied (that)
107. 38 so that they are multiplied greatly, and
Prov. 9. n by me thy days shall be multiplied, and
29. 16 When the wicked are multiplied, transg.
.Ter. 3. 16 when ye be multiplied and increased in
Eze. 31. 5 his boughs were multiplied, and his bran.
3. To cause to multiply, make abundan >*, nyj rabah, 5.
Eze. 21. 15 heart may faint, and (their) ruins be mul
4. To become great or many, xw sega,
Dan. 4. i unto all people . . Peace be multiplied unto
6. 25 unto all people . . Peace be multiplied unto
5. To multiply, increase, ir\rjdvvci} plethuno.
Acts 6. i when the number of the disciples was m.
MULTIPLY
I. Abundant, :n rab.
Exod23. 29 beast of the field multiply against thee
2.A myriad, ten thousand, n??"! rebabah.
Eze 16. 7 I have caused thee to multiply as the bud
MULTIPLY, to
\.To multiply (?), j?n haman [perhaps error].
Eze. 5. 7 Because ye multiplied more than the na.
2. To multiply, heap up, 13? kabar, 5.
Job 35. 16 he multiplieth words without knowledge
3. To multiply, make abundant, in^ athar, 5.
Eze. 35. 13 have multiplied your words against me
4. To be many, abundant, -t^-j rabah
Gen. i. 22 Be fruitful, and multiply, and fill the w.
i. 22 and let fowl multiply in the earth
i. 28 Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish
8. 17 be fruitful, and multiply upon the earth
9. i Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish
9. 7 And you, be ye fruitful, and multiply ; bring
9. 7 forth abundantly in the earth, and multi.
35. ii I (am)God Almighty; be fruitful and in.
47. 27 Israel, .grew, and multiplied exceedingly
Exod. i. 7 increased abundantly, and multiplied, and
i. 10 lest they multiply, and it come to pass, that
1. 12 But. .the more they multiplied and grew
i. 20 the people multiplied, and waxed very in.
Deut. 8. i that ye may live, and multiply, and go in
8. 13 And. .thy herds and thy flocks multiply
30. 16 that thou mayest live and multiply : and
5. Tocause tomultiply, make abundant, ?iyj rabah, 5.
Gen. 3. 16 I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy
16. 10 I will multiply thy seed exceedingly, that
17. 2 covenant, .and will multiply thee exceed.
17. 20 will multiply him exceedingly; twelve p.
22. 17 in multiplying I will multiply thy seed as
26. 24 will bless thee, and multiply thy seed, for
28. 3 make thee fruitful, and multiply thee, that
48. 4 I will make thee fruitful, and multiply
Exod 7 3 multiplymysignsandmywondersinthel.
32. 13 I will multiply your seed as the stars of
Lev. 26. 9 make you fruitful, and multiply you. and
Deut. i. 10 The LORD your God hath multiplied you
7. 13 he will love thee, and bless thee and in.
13. 17 multiply thee, as he hath sworn unto thy
17. 16 he shall not multiply horses to himself
17. 16 to the end that he should multiply horses
17. 17 Neither shall he multiply wives to himself
17. 17 neither shall he greatly multiply to him.
28. 63 to do you good, and to multiply you ; so
30. 5 he will do thee good and. multiply thee
Josh. 24. 3 and multiplied his aeed, and gave him I.
i Ch. 4. 27 neither did all their family multiply, like
Neh. 9. 23 Their children also multipliedst thou as
Job 9. 17 and multiplieth my wounds withoutcause
29. 18 and I shall multiply .day* as the sand
34. 37 and multiplieth his words against God
Isa. 9. 3 Thou hast multiplied the nation, (and)
Jer. 30. 19 I will multiply them, and they shall not
33. 22 so will I multiply the seed of David my
Eze. ii. 6 Ye have multiplied vour slain in this city
16. 25 to every one that passed by, and multip.
16. 29 Thou hast moreover multiplied thy forn.
16. 51 thou hast multiplied thine abominations
23. 19 Yet she multiplied her whoredoms, inca.
36. 10 I will multiply men upon you, all the ho.
36. ii I will multiply upon you man and beast
36. 30 I will multiply the fruit of the tree, and
37- 26 I will place them, and multiply them, and
Hos. 2. 8 wine, and oil, and multiplied her silver
8. 14 and Judah hath multiplied fenced cities
12. 10 I have multiplied visions, and used sim.
Amos 4. 4 at Gilgal multiply transgression ; and b.
Nan. 3. i6Thouhastmultipliedthymerchantsabove
6. To multiply, increase, ir\ijOvv(a plethimo.
Acts 6. 7 the number of the disciples multiplied in
7. 17 the people grew and multiplied in Egypt
Acts 9. 31 the comfort of the Holy Ghost, w*re mu. |
12. 24 But the word of God grew and multiplied |
2 Co. 9. 10 multiply your seed sown, and increase the
Heb. 6. 14 Surely, .multiplying I will multiply thee
1 Pe. i. 2 Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied
2 Pe. i. 2 Grace and peace be multiplied unto you
Jude 2 Mercy unto you, and peace, andlove, bem.
MULTIPLYING, to make to multiply
To cause to multiply, make numerous, H^T rabah, 5.
Gen. 22. 17 in multiplying I will multiply thy seed
26. 4 I will make thy seed to multiply as the
MULTITUDE
\.A multitude, pox amon.
Jer. 46. 25 Behold, I will punish the multitude of
52. 15 carried away . .the rest of the multitude
2. A multitude, noise, store, pon hamon.
Judg.4. 7 with his chariots, and his multitude ; and
1 Sa.i4. 16 and, behold, the multitude melted away
2 Sa. 6. 19 among the whole multitude of Israel, as
1 Ki.2o. 13 Hast thou seen all this great multitude?
20 28 will I deliver all this great multitude into
2 Ki. 7 13 as all the multitude of Israel that are left
7. 13 as all the multitude of the Israelites that
25. 1 1 with the remnant of the multitude, did N.
2 Ch.i3. 8 ye (be) a great multitude, and. .with you
14. ii in thy name we goagaiust thismultitude
20. 2 There cometh a great multitude against
20. 15 nor dismayed by reason of this great mu.
20. 24 they looked unto the multitude, and, be.
32. 7 nor for all the multitude that (is) with him
Job 31. 34 Did I fear a great multitude, or did the
39. 7 He scorneth the multitude of the city, n.
Psa. 42. 4 for I had gone with the multitude ; I went
Isa. 5. 13 and their multitude dried up with thirst
5. 14 theirglory, and their multitude, and their
13. 4 The noise of a multitude in the mountains
16. 14 be contemned, with all that great multi.
17. 12 Woe to the multitude of many people
29. 5 Moreover the multitude of thy strangers
29. 5 the multitude of the terribleones. .as ch.
29. 7 the multitude of all the nations
29. 8 so shall the multitude of all the nations
32 14 the multitude of the city shall be left ; the
Jer. 3. 23 from the hills .the multitude of mount
10. 13 a multitude of waters in the heavens, and
49. 32 and the multitude of their cattle a spoil
51. 16 (is) a multitude of waters in the heavens
51. 42 she is covered with the multitude of the
Eze. 7 it nor of their multitude, nor any of theirs
7. 12 for wrath (is) upon all the multitude th.
7. 13 vision (is) touching the whole multitude
7. 14 my wrath (is) upon all the multitude th.
23 42 a voice of a multitude being at ease (was)
29. 19 he shall take her multitude, and take her
30. 4 they shall take away her multitude, and
30. 10 I will also make the multitude of Egypt
30. 15 and I will cut off the multitude of No
31. 2 Pharaoh king of Egypt, and to his multi.
31. 18 This (is) Pharaoh and all his multitude
32. 12 will I cause thy multitude to fall, the ter.
32. 12 all the multitude thereof shall be destro.
32. 16 for Egypt, and for all hermultitude, saith
32. 18 Son of man, wail for the multitude of E.
32. 20 to the sword: draw her and all her multi
32. 24 There (is) Elam and all her multitude ro.
32. 25 in the midst of the slain with all her mu.
32. 26 Meshech, Tubal, and all her multitude
32. 31 shall be comforted over all his multitude
32. 32 Pharaoh and all his multitude, saith the
39. 1 1 there shall they bury Gog, and all his in
Dan. 10. 6 voice of his words like the voice of a mu.
11. 10 shall assemble a multitude of great forces
ii. ii he shall set forth a great multitude ; but
n. ii the multitude shall be given into his hand
ii. 12 when he hath taken away the multitude
u. 13 shall set forth a multitude greater than
Joel 3. 14 Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of de.
3. Captivity, .T?E; shibyah.
2C h. 28. 5 carried away a great m. of them captives
LFull, K^D male.
Jer. 12. 6 they have called a multitude after thee
5. Fulness, ?P melo.
Gen. 48. 19 his seed shall become a multitude of na.
Isa. 31. 4 when a multitude of shepherds is called
6. Abundance, increase, n 3i? marbith.
2 Ch.3o. 18 a multitudeof the people, .many of Eph.
7. A thick mass, crowd, 7|p sak.
Psa. 42. 4 for I had gone with the multitude; I went
8. Company, swarm, -Tiy edah.
Psa. 68. 30 the multitude of the bulls, with the calves
9.A congregation, convention, *?~dqahal.
Gen. 28. 3 that thou mayest be a multitude of people
48. 4 I will make of thee a multitude of people
Jer. 44. 15 a great multitude, even all the people that
10. Abundant, 3~] rab.
Exodi2. 38 a mixed multitude went up also with them
23. 2 Thou shalt not follow a multitude to. .evil
Xum 32. i Gad ha;l a very great multitude of cattle
2 Ch. i. 9 a people like the dust of the earth in mu.
Psa. 97. i let the multitude of isles be glad (thereof)
109. 30 yea, I will praise him among the multit.
Eze. 31. 5 because of the multitude of waters, when
11. Abundance, Ti rob.
Gen. 16. 10 that it shall not be numbered for multi.
Gen. 30. 30 and It is (now) increased unto a multitude
32. 12 which cannot be numbered for multitude
48. 16 let them grow into a multitude in the mi.
Lev. 25. 16 According to the multitude of years thou
Ueut. i. 10 this day as the stars of heaven for multi.
10. 22 made thee as the stars of heaven for mu.
28. 62 ye were as the stars of heaven for multi.
Josh. 1 1. 4 the sand that(is) upon the sea shore in mu.
Judg. 6. 5 and they came as grasshoppers for multi.
7. 12 in the valley like grasshoppers for multit
7. 12 as the sand by the sea side for multitude
1 .Sa. 13. 5 the sand which (is) on the sea shore in m.
2 Sa. 17. ii as the sand that (is) by the sea for multi.
1 Ki. 3. 8 cannot be numbered nor counted for mu.
4. 20 as the sand which (is) by the sea in mult.
8. 5 could not be told nor numbered for mul.
2 Ch. 5. 6 could not be told nor numbered for mul.
Esth. 5. ii multitude of his children, and all. .where.
10. 3 accepted of the multitude of his brethren
Job ii. 2 Should not the multitudeof words be an.
32. 7 multitude of years should teach wisdom
35. 9 By reason of the multitude of oppressions
Psa. 5. 7 thy house in the multitude of thy mercy
5. 10 cast them out in the multitude of their
33. 16 There is no king saved by the multitude
49. 6 boast themselves in the multitude of their
51. i according unto the multitude of thy ten.
69. 13 O God, in the multitude of thy mercy hear
69. 1 6 ace. to the multitudeof thy tender mere.
94. 19 In the multitude of my thoughts within
1 06. 7 they remembered not the multitude of thy
106. 45 repented according to the multitude of
Prov 10. 19 In the multitude of words there wanteth
11. 14 but in the multitudeof counsellors, .saf.
14. 28 In the multitude of people (is) the king s
15. 22 in the multitude of counsellors they are
20. 15 There is gold, and a multitudeof rubies
24. 6 and in multitude of counsellors . . safety
Eccl. 5. 3 a dream cometh through the multitude of
5. 3 and a fool s voice . . by multitude of words
5. 7 in the multitude of dreams and many w.
Isa. i. ii To what purpose (is) the multitude of your
37. 24 By the multitude of my chariots am I come
47. 9 in their perfection for themultitude of thy
.47. 12 with the multitude of thy sorceries, wh.
47. 13 Thou art wearied in the multitudeof thy
63. 7 according to the multitude of his loving
Jer. 30. 14, 15 for the multitude of thine iniquity
Lam. i. 5 afflicted her for the multitude of her tra.
3. 32 according to the multitude of his mercies
Eze. 14. 4 according to the multitude of his idols
19. n in her height with the multitude of her b.
27. 12 by reason of the multitude of all. .riches
27.16 by reason of the multitude of the wares of
27. 18 in the multitude of the wares of thy ma.
27. 18 for the multitude of all riches; in the wine
27. 33 with the multitude of thy riches, and of
28. 16 By the multitude of thy merchandise they
28. 1 3 by the multitude of thine iniquities, by
31. 9 I have made him fair by the multitude of
Hos. 9. 7 for the multitude of thine iniquity, and
10. i according to the multitude of his fruit he
10. 13 trust, .in the multitude of thy mighty men
Xah. 3. 3 a multitude of slain, and a great number
3. 4 Because of the multitude of the whored.
Zech. 2. 4 for the multitude of men and cattle ther.
12. Strife, pleading, 3"> rib.
J ob 33. 19 and the multitude of his bones with strong
13. A wagyon, rider, driver, 12~< rekeb.
2 Ki.n). 23 With the multitude of my chariots I am
14. Abundance, company, xysy shiphah.
Isa. 60. 6 The multitude of camels shall cover thee
15. Crowd, ox^os ochlos.
Matt. 4. 25 there foliowed him great multitudes of pe.
5. i And seeing the multitudes he went up into
8. i Wheuhe wascomedown..greatmultitudei
8. 1 8 when Jesus saw great multitudes about
9. 8 when the multitude saw (it), they marv.
9. 33 the multitudes marvelled, saying. It was
9. 36 when he saw the multitudes, he was mo.
11. 7 Jesus began to say unto the multitudes
12. 15 great [multitudes] followed him, and he
13. 2 great multitudes were gathered together
13. 2 the whole multitude stood on the shore
13. 34 All these things spake Jesus unto the m.
13. 36 Jesus sent the multitude away, and went
14. 5 he feared the multitude, because they c.
14. 14 Jesus went forth, and saw a great multit.
14. 15 send the multitude away, that they may
14. 19 he commanded the multitude to sit down
14. 19 disciples, and the disciples to the maltit.
14. 22 other side, while he sent the multitudes
14. 23 when he had sent the multitudes away
15. 10 he called the multitude, and said unto
15. 30 great multitudes came unto him, having
15. 31 Insomuch that the multitude wondered
15.32 I have compassion on themultitude, bee.
15. 33 so much bread, .as to fill so great a mult.
15. 35 he commanded the multitude to sit down
1 5. 36 disciples, and the disciples to the multitu.
15. 39 he sent away the multitude, and took ship
17. 14 when they were come to the multitude
19. 2 great multitudes followed him ; and he
20. 29 as they departed from Jericho, agreatm.
20. 3 r the multitude rebuked them, because they
21. 8 a very great multitude spread their garm.
21. 9 the multitudes that went before, and that
21. ii the multitude said, This is Jesus the pro.
21. 46 they feared the multitude, because they
MULTITUDE 680 MUST
.\Iattz2. 33 when themultitude heard, .they were as.
23. i Then spake Jesus to the multitude, and
26. 47 with him a great multitude with swords
26. 55 In that samejiour said Jesus to the inul.
27. 20 persuaded the multitude that they should
27. 24 washed. .hands before the multitude, say.
.Mark 2. 13 all the multitude resorted unto him, and
3. 9 should wait on him because of the multi.
3. 20 the multitude eoineth together again, so
3. 32 the multitude sat about him; and they
4. i there was gathered unto him a great mu.
4. i the whole multitude was by the sea on the
4. 36 when they had sent away the multitude
5. 31 Thou seest the multitude thronging thee
7. 33 he took him aside from the multitude, and
8. i In those days the multitude being very g.
8. 2 I have compassion on the multitude, be.
9. 14 he saw agreat multitude about them, and
9. 17 one of the multitude answered and said
14. 43 with him a great multitude with swords
15. 8 the multitude, crying aloud, began tod.
Luke 3. 7 Then said he to the multitude that came
5. 15 great multitudes came together to hear
5. 19 might bring him in because of the mult.
6. 19 the whole multitude sought to touch him
8. 45 Master, the multitude throng thee and
9. 12 Send the multitude away, that they may
9. 16 gave to the disciples to set before the m.
14. 25 there went great multitudes with him rand
1 8. 36 hearing the multitude pass by, he asked
19. 39 some of the Pharisees from among the rn.
22. 6 unto them in the absence of the multitude
22. 47 while he yet spake, behold a multitude
John 5. 13 Jesus had conveyed himself away, a mu.
6. 2 a great multitude followed him, because
Acts 13. 45 when the Jews saw the multitudes, they
16. 22 the multitude rose up together against
19. 33 they drew Alexander out of the multitude
21. 34 one thing, some another, among the mu.
24. 1 8 found me. .neither with multitude, nor
Rev. 7. 9 a great multitude, which no man could
17. 15 and multitudes, and nations, and tongues
19. 6 I heard as it were the voice of a great m.
16..}faltitude, fulness, irAr/0oy plethos.
Mark 3. 7 a great multitude from Galilee followed
3. 8 a great multitude, when they had heard
Luke i. 10 the whole multitude of the people were
2. 13 amultitude of the heavenly host praising
5. 6 they inclosed a great multitude of fishes
6. 17 great multitude of people out of all Judea
8. 37 Then the whole multitude of the country
19. 37 the whole multitude of the disciples began
23. i the whole multitude of them arose, and
John 5. 3 In these lay a great multitude of impotent
21. 6 not able to draw it for the multitude of
Acts 2. 6 the multitude came together, and were
4. 32 the multitude of them that believed were
5. 14 added, .multitudes both of men and wo.
5. 16 There came also a multitude (out) of the
6. 2 Then the twelve called the multitude of
6. 5 the saying pleased the whole multitude
14. i that a great multitude both of the Jews
14. 4 the multitude of the city was divided: and
15. 12 Then all the multitude kept silence, and
15. 30 when they had gathered the multitude to.
17. 4 of the devout Greeks a great multitude
19. 9 spake evil of that way before the multit.
21. 22 the multitude must needs come together
21. 36 the multitudeof the people followed after
23. 7 arose a dissension . . and the multitude was
25. 24 about whom all the multitude of the Jews
Feb. ii. 12 as the stars of the sky in multitude, and
Jas. 5. 20 from death, and shall hide a multitude of
i Pe. 4. 8 charity shall cover the multitude of sins
MULTITUDE, innumerable
Myriad, large number, /uvpia? murias.
Luke 1 2. i were, .an innumerable multitude of peo.
MULTITUDE, mixed or rnurt
\.(jathered cruicd, riff-raff.
p,CpK a/sa/ih.ruph. Num ii. 4 the mixed multitude that (was) among
2. Mixture, rabble, 3iy ereb. Neh. 13. 3.
MULTITUDE [of the wicked]
Life, wiUl beast, ~,n chaiyah. Ps. 74. 19.
MUNITION
1. Stronghold, i}p metsad. Isa. 33. 16.
2. Stronghold, .Tiisj metsodah. Isa. 29. 7.
3. Siege, bulwark, <Tjap me.tsnrah.
Nah. 2. i keep the munition, watch the way, make
MUP -PIM, C 9D obscurities.
A son of Benjamin, Jacob s youngest son. B.C. 1680.
Gen. 46. 21 song of Benjamin(were).. M., and Huppim
MURDER
Murder, <f>6vos phonos.
Matt 15. 19 out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, m.
Mark 7 . 21 evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, m.
15. 7 who had committed murder in the insur.
Luke23. 9 Who. .for murder, was cast into prison
23. 25 him that for sedition and murder was c.
Rom. i 29 full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, mal.
Gal. 5 21 Enyyings, [murders], drunkenness, revel.
Rev. 9. 21 Neither repented they of their murders
MTTRDEE, to (do)
1.7*0 kill, rynharag.
Psa. 10. 8 in the secret places doth he murder the
2. To do murder, nyr\ ratsach.
Jer. 7. 9 Will ye steal, murder, and commit adul
I
3. To do murder, nyi ratsach, 3.
Psa. 94. 6 the stranger, and murder the fatherless
Hos. 6. 9 thecompanyof priests murder in the way
4. To do murder, <povtvu phuneuS.
Matt 19. 18 Jesus said, Thou shalt do no murder
MURDERER
I. To kill, r\n harag.
Jer. 4. 31 for my soul is wearied because of murd.
Hos. 9. 13 shall bring forth his children to the mur.
2.7*0 (cause to) smite, n;j nakah, 5.
2 Ki. 14. 6 the children of the murderers he slew not
3. 7*o murder, nyj ratsach.
Numss. 16, 17, 18 he (is) a murderer: the murderer
35. 19 The revenger, .himself shall slay the mu.
35. 21 shall, .be put to death. .he(is)amurderei
35. 21 the revenger of blood shall slay the mur.
35. 30 the murderer shall be put to death by the
35. 31 take no satisfaction for the life of a mur
Job 24. 14 The murderer rising with the light killeth
4. To do murder, ny; ratsach, 3.
2 Ki. 6. 32 See ye how this son of a murderer hath
Isa. i. 21 righteousness lodged in it; but now mu
5.Man killer, bvOponroKrvvos anthropoktonos.
John 8. 44 He was a murderer from the beginning
i Jo. 3. 15 Whosoever hateth his brother is a murd.
3. 15 ye know that no murderer hath eternal 1.
6. Assassin, ouccipiot, Lat. sicarius, from sica.
Acts 21. 38 four thousand men that were murderers?
7. Homicide, murderer, (povfvs phoneus.
Matt 22. 7 destroyed those murderers, and burned
Acts 3. 14 desired a murderer to be granted unto
7. 52 ye have been now the betrayers and mu.
28. 4 No doubt this man is a murderer, whom
i Pe. 4. 15 But let none of you suffer as a murderer
Rev. 21. 8 the abominable, and murderers, and wh.
22. 15 murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever
MURMUR, (to make to)
1.7*0 murmur, J V, J
^ Inn, lin, 2.
Exodis. 24 the people murmured against Moses, say.
16. 2 children of Israel murmured against M.
16. 7 what (are) we, that ye murmur against us
Numi4. 2 all the children of Israel murmured agai.
16. ii what (is) Aaron, that ye murmur against
16. 41 children of Israel murmured against M.
Josh. 9. 18 all the congregation murmured against
[* V.L. as No. 2.]
2.7*0 (cause to) murmur, J S, ]*? lun, lin. 5.
Exodi6. 8 your murmurings which ye murmur aga.
17. 3 the people murmured against Moses, ami Num 14. 27 evil congregation, which murmur against
14. 27 of Israel, which they murmur against me
14. 29 numbered . .which have murmured against
14. 36 all the congregation to murmur ; 17 5
[* V.L. as No. 1.]
3. 7*o murmur, be discontented, jri ragan.
Isa. 29. 24 they that murmured shall learn doctrine
4.7*0 be discontented, murmur, ]r\ ragan, 2.
Deut. i. 27 And ye murmured in your tents, and said
Psa.io6. 25 murmured in their tents, (and) hearkened
5. To mutter, murmur, grumble, yoyyvfa go$guz6.
Matt 20. 1 1 they murmured against the good man of
Luke 5. 30 their scribes and Pharisees murmured ag. John 6. 41 The Jews then murmured at him, because
6. 43 said unto them, Murmur not among your.
6. 61 knew in himself that his disciples murm.
7. 32 Pharisees heard that the people murmu.
i Co. 10. u> Neither murmur, .as some of them also m.
6. 7*o murmur throughout, Stayoyyvfa diagoQguzd.
Lukeis. 2 Pharisees and scribes murmured, "saying
10. 7 when they saw (it), they all murmured, s.
MURMUR against, to
To groan, censure, chide, 1/j.Bpiu.dofj.ai embrimaomai.
Mark 1 4 5 been sold . . And they murmured against
MURMURER
Miirmurer, yoyyvar-fis goffgustes.
Jude 16 These are murmurers, complainers wal.
MURMURING
I. Murmuring, niJ telunnoth.
Exodi6. 7 for that he hearethjour munnurings aga.
16. 8 the LoRDheareth yourmurmurings which
16. 8 your murmurings (are) not against us, but
16. 9 LOKD: for he hath heard your murmurin.es
1 6. 12 I have heard the murmurings of the chi. Num 14. 27 I have heard the munnurings of the chil.
17. 5 I will make to cease from me the murm.
17. 10 thou shalt quite take away their murmu.
".Murmuring, yoyyvff/A6s gofjgusmos.
John 7. 12 there was much murmuring among the p.
Acts 6. i there arose a murmuring of the Grecians
Phil. 2. 14 I)o all things without munnurings and d.
MURRAIN
Pestilence, plague, 121 deber.
Exod. 9. 3 (there shall be) a very grievous murrain
MUSE, to
1.7V) meditate, iyr siach, 3a.
Psa 143. 5 1 meditate. . I muse on the work of thy h.
2. To reason diversely, $ia.\oyi(onai dialog izwnai.
Luke 3. 15 and all men mused in their hearts of John
MU -SHI, T-~, &? drawn out.
A son of Merari, son of Levi. B.C. 1660.
Exod. 6. 19 sons of Merari;MahaliandM.: these(arc) Num. 3. 20 of Merari by their families; Mahli, and M.
i Ch. 6. 19 The sons of Merari ; MalUi, and M. And
6. 47 The son of Mahli, the son of M., the son
23. 21 The sons of Merari; Mahli and M. The
23. 23 The sons M.; Mahli, and Eder, and Jere.
24. 26 The sons of Merari (were) Mahli and M.
24. 30 The sous also of M. ; Mahli, and Eder, and
MU-8HITES, *B?srr.
The family of Mushi sou of Merari.
Num. 3. 33 Of Merari (was), .the family of the M.
26. 58 (are) the families, .the family of the M.
MUSIC
I. Singing of praise, music, i] zemar.
Dan. 3. 5 all kinds of music, ye fall down and wor.
3. 7 all kinds of music, all the people, the nat.
3. 10 all kinds of music, shall fall down and w.
3. 15 all kinds of music, ye fall down and wor.
I.Music, song toith instrument, n/;;s manginah.
Lam. 3. 63 Behold., their rising up; I (am) their mu.
3. Stringed instrumented music, flj Jj neginah.
Lam. 5. 14 the gate, the young men from their music
4. Song, -TV shir.
1 Ch.is. 16 the singers with instruments of music, ps.
2 Ch. 5. 13 cymbals, and instruments of music, and
7. 6 Levites also with instruments of music of
23. 13 the singers with instruments of music, and
34. 12 all that could skill of instruments^! music
Neh. 12. 36 with the musical instruments of David
Eccl. 12. 4 all the daughters of music shall be brou.
Amos 6. 5 invent to themselves instruments of mu.
5. Symphony, harmony, o-vf*.<p<avia sumphiJnia.
Lukeis. 25 drew nigh to the house, he heard music
MUSICAL
A song, IT shir.
i Ch.i6. 42 cymbals, .with musical instruments of G.
Neh. 12. 36 with the musical instruments of David the
MUSICAL instrument
Mistress, breast, .Tjp shuldah.
Eccl. 2. 8 musical instruments, and that of all sorts
MUSICIAN, (chief)
1. To be pre-eminent, prominent, nsj natsach, 3.
Psa. 4. title. To the chief Musician
[So Ps. 5, 6, 9, ii, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 31, 36, 39,
40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58,
59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 75, 76, 77, 80, 81,
84, 85, 88, 109, 139, 140.]
2.Musician, povaiKos mousikos.
Rev. 18. 22 the voice of harpers, and musicians, and
MUSING
Earnest meditation, 3 %3n hagig.
Psa. 39. 3 while I was musing the fire burned: (then)
MUST
It behoveth, 8e? dei.
Matti6. 21 how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and
17. 10 Why then say the scribes that Elias must
24. 6 for all . .must come to pass, but the end is
26. 54 Scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it must be?
Mark 8. 31 that the Son of man must suffer many th.
9. ii Why say the scribes that Elias imist "first
13. 10 the Gospel must first be published among
Luke 2. 49 that I must be aboutmy Father s business
4. 43 he said unto them, I must preach the king.
9. 22 The Son of man must suffer many tilings
13. 33 Nevertheless I must walk to day, and to
17. 25 But first must he suffer many things, and
19. 5 come down; forto day I must abide at thy
21 . 9 for these things must first come to pass; but
22. 7 bread, when the passover must be killed
22. 37 that is written must yet be accomplished
24. 7 The Son of man must be delivered into
24. 44 that all things must be fulfilled which w.
John 3. 7 Marvel not that I said . . Ye must l>e born
3. 14 evenso[must] the Son of man belifted up
3. 30 He must increase, but I (must) decrease
4. 24 they that worship him must worship, .in
9. 4 I must work the works of him that sent
10. 16 them also I must bring, and they shall
12. 34 thou. The Son of man must be lifted up
ao. 9 not., that he must rise again from the dead
Acts i. 22 must one be ordained to be a witness with
3. 21 Whom the heaven must receive until the
4. 12 given among men whereby we must besav.
9. 6 it shall be told thee what thou must do
9. 16 I will show him how great things he must
14. 22 that we must through much tribulation
16. 30 and said, Sirs, what must I do to be saved
18. 21 I (must) by all means keep this feast that
19. 21 After I have been there, I must also see
23. ii so must thou bear witness also at Rome
27. 24 Fear not, Paul; thou must be brought bef.
aj. 26 Howbeit we must be cast upon a certain
1 Co. ii. 19 there must be also heresies among you
15. 25 he must reign, till he hath put all enem.
15. 53 this corruptible must put on incorrupt.
2 Co. 5. 10 we must all appear before the judgment
i Ti. 3. 2 A bishop then must be blameless, the bus.
3. 7 Moreover he must have a good report of
MUST
2 Ti. 2. 6 The husbandman that laboureth must be
2. 24 the servant of the Lord must not strive
Titus i . 7 a bishop must be blameless, as the steward
i. it Whose mouths must be stopped, who sub.
Heb. 9. 26 For then must he often have suffered since
ii. 6 he that cometh to God must believe that
Rev. i . i things which must shortly come to pass
4. i showthee things which must be hereafter
10. ii Thou must prophesy again before many p.
n. 5 if any man will hurt them, he must in this
n. 10 he that killeth with the sword, must be
17 TO when he cometh, he must continue a short
20. 3 after that he must be loosed a little 22. 6.
2. In ni-der that, iva. hina, Mark 14. 49.
MUST needs, of necessity
1 . It behoveth, 5t? del.
Marki3- 7 mustneedsbe; but the end (shall) not (be)
John 4. 4 And he must needs go through Samaria
Acts i. 16 this scripture must needs have been fulfi
17. 3 that Christ must needs have suffered and
21. 22 the multitude must needs torne together
2 Co. n. 30 If I must needs glory, 1 will glory of the
2.7V> have a necessity, <t\<> avtiyK-nv echo anaffken.
Lukei4. 18 bought a piece of ground, and I mustne
3. ,4 necessity, itvajK-rj anaffke.
Matt 1 8. 7 for it must needs be that offences come
Luke23. 17 For of necessity he must release one unto
Kom 13. 5 Wherefore (ye) must needs be sub.He.y.io.
4. To lie indebted, b<pelKta o/ licilo. I Co. 5. 10.
MUSTARD seed
Mustard tree or seed, <riva.fi smapi
Matt 13. 31 kingdom, .is like to a grain of mustard s
17. 20 If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed
Mark 4 . 31 (It is) like a grain of mustard seed, which
Lukei3. 19 It is like a grain of mustard seed, which
17. 6 I* ye had faith as a grain of mustard seed
MUSTER, to
1. To inspect, 159 paqad, 3.
Isa. 13. 4 LORD of hosts mustereth the host of the
2. To cause to assemble, N^y tsaba, 5.
2 Ki. 25 19 which mustered the people of the land
Jer. 52. 25 who mustered the people of the land; and
MUTH LABBEN
Death of Ken, or of ihf, son, I? ; nD ninth labben.
Psa. 9. title. To the chief musician upon Muthlabben
MUTTER, to
I. Tu mutter, meditate, run hagah.
Isa. 59. 3 your tongue hath muttered perverseness
I.To (cause to) mutter, njr hagah, 5.
Isa. 8. 19 unto wizards that peep and that mutter
MUTUAL
In each other, 4v a\\ri\ois en allelois.
Rom. i. 12 by the mutual faith both of you and me
MUZZLE
I. To muzzle, stop, cpn chasam.
Deut 25. 4 Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when he t
1. To muvde, qag, <ptu.6u> phimoii.
i Co. 9 9 Thou shalt not muzzle the mouth of the
i Ti. 5. ^8 saith, Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that
MY
\.Relating to me, (far ipi ka erne.
Eph. (.. 21 that ye also may know my affairs, .how
Col. 4. 7 All my state shall Tychicus declare unto
I.To me, t/uo/ emoi.
Heb. 13. 6 The Lord (is) my helper, and I will not f.
3. My, mine, tp6s emos.
Matt 1 8. zo two or three are gathered together in my Mark 8. 38 shall be ashamed of me and of my words
Luke 9. 26 shall be ashamed of me and of my words
John 3. 29 voice. This my joy therefore 1s fulfilled
4. 34 My meat is to do the will of him that sent
5. 30 as I hear, I judge : and my judgment is
5. 47 his writings, how shall ye believe my w.?
7. 6 My time is not yet come : but your time is
7. 8 this feast ; formy time is not yet full come
8. 16 And yet if I judge, my judgment is true
8. 31 If ye continue in my word (then) are ye
8. 37 but. .because my word hatTi-no place in
8. 43 Why do ye not understand my speech?
8. 43 (even) because ye cannot hear my word
8. 51 If a man keep my saying, he shall never
8. 56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my
10. 14 and know my (sheep), and am known of m.
10. 26 ye are not of my sheep, as I said unto you
10. 27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them
12. 26 where I am, there shall also my servant be
13. 35 By this shall all. .know that ye are my d.
M- 15 M ye love me, keep my commandments
14- 27 Peace I leave with you, my peace I give
15- 8 that ye bear much fruit; so shall ye be my
15. 9 have I loved you : continue ye in my love
15-11 that my joy might remaimin you, and (that)
15. 12 Thisismycommandment.That ye love one
17-13 they might have my joy fulfilled in them.
17. 24 that they may behold my glory, which thou
18. 36 Jesus answered, My kingdom is notof this
18. 36 If my kingdom were of this world, then
18. 36 would my servants fight, that I should not
1 8. 36 but now is my kingdom not from hence
-Born. 3 . 7 hath more abounded through my lie unto
ic. i Brethren, my heart s desire and prayer to
i Co. 5 . 4 and my spirit, with the power of our Lord
681
1 Co. 7. 4o she is happier if she so abide after my j.
u. 25 This cup is the new testament is my blood
16. 18 For they have refreshed my spirit and y.
2 Co. i. 23 I call God for a record upon my soul, that
t. 3 in you all, that my joy is. .of you all
8. 23 my partner and fellow helper concerning
Gal. i. 13 For ye have heard of my conversation in
Phil. i. 26 abundant .for me by my coming to you
2 Ti. 4 . 6 and the time of | my] departure is at hand
Phm. 10 I beseech thee for my son Onesimus
2 Pe. i. 15 that ye may he able after my decease to
3 Jo. 4 than to hear that my children walk in tr.
Eev. 2. 20 to teach and to sod uce my servants to com.
4.0fme, my, mine, (irap ) f/j.ov (par ) emou.
Matt 5. ii all. .evil against you falsely, for my sake
10. 18 before governors and kings for my sake
10. 39 he that loseth his life for my sake shall
16. 25 whosoever will lose his life for my sake
Mark 8. 35 whosoever shall lose his life for my sake
10 29 left, .lands, for my sake, and the gospel s
13 9 brought before rulers and kings for my
Luke 9. 24 whosoever will lose his life for my sake
Johnis. 38 Wilt thou lay down thy life for my sake?
Rom ii 27 this (is) my covenant unto them, when I
s.Me, jue me.
Matt 26. 12 ointment on my body, she did (it) for my
6. To me, pot moi.
Mark 5 9 My name (is) Legion : for we are many
Acts 7. 49 Heaven (is) my throne, and earth (is)
1 Co. 9 18 What is [my] reward then?, .that, when
2 Co. 6. 16 their God, and they shall lie [my] people
6. 1 8 ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith
7. 4 Great (is) my boldness of speech toward
7. 4 great (is) my glorying of you : I am filled
Phil. i. 19 For I know that this shall turn to my sal.
1. 22 in the flesh, this (is) the fruit ofmy labour
4. 16 ye sent once and again unto my necessity
Rev. 21. 7 I will be his God, and he shall be my son
7. Of me, my, mine, pav mou.
Matt. 2. 6 Governor, that shall rule mypeople Israel
2. 15 saying, Out of Egypt have I called my son
3. 17 This is my beloved son, in whom I am w.
7. 21 but he that doeth the will of my Father w
8. 6 Lord, my servant lieth at home sick of the
8. 8 that thou shouldest come under my roof
8. 8 word only, and my servant shall be heal.
8. 9 to my servant, Do this, and he doeth (it)
8. 21 suffer me first to go and bury my father
9. 18 My daughter is even now dead: but come
10. 22 ye shall be hated of all., formyname s sake
10. 32 also before my Father which is in heaven
10. 33 deny before my Father which is in heaven
11. 10 I send my messenger before thy face, w.
ii. 27 All things are delivered unto me of my F.
11. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me
n. 30 my yoke (is) easy, and my burden is light
12. 18 Behold my servant, whom I have chosen
12. 18 my beloved, in whom my soul is well pie.
12. 18 I will put my Spirit upon him, and he sh.
12. 44 I will return into my house from whence
12. 48 Who is my mother? and who are my lire
12. 49 said, Behold my mother and my brethren!
12. 50 shall do the will of my Father which is in
12. 50 the same is my brother, and sister,!and m.
13. 30 to burn . . but gather the wheat into my b.
13. 35 I will open my mouth in parables; I will
15. 13 Every plant, which my heavenly Father
15. 22 my daughter is grievously vexed with ad.
16. 17 hath not revealed (it) unto thee, but my
1 6. 1 8 and upon this rock I will build my church
17. 5 This is my beloved son, in whom I am well
1715 Lord, have mercy on my son : for he is lu.
18. 5 shall receive one such little child in my
18. 10 do always behold the face of my Father
18. ig it shall be done forthem ofmyFather which
18.21 how oft shall my brother sin against me
18. 35 So likewise shall my heavenly Father do
19. 20 All these things have I kept from [my] y.
19. 29 for my name s sake, shall receive an hun
20. 21 Grant that these my two sons may sit, the
20. 23 Ye shall drink indeed of my cup, and be
20. 23 to sit on my right hand, and on my left, is
20. 23 for whom it is prepared of [my] Father
21. 13 My house shall be called the house of pr.
21. 28 said, Son, go work to day in [my] vineyard
91. 37 son, saying, They will reverence my son
22. 4 I have prepared my dinner : my oxen and
22. 44 unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand
24. 5 many shall come in mylname, saying, I am
24. 9 ye shall be hated of all nations for my n.
24. 35 Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my
24. 36 not the angels of heaven, but [my] Father
24. 48 say in his heart, My lord delayeth his co.
25. 27 to have put my money to the exchangers
25. 34 Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the
25. 40 unto one of the least of these [my] breth.
26. 12 she hath poured this ointment on my body
26. 18 The Master saith, My time is at hand ; I
26. 1 8 the passover at thy house with my discip.
26. 26 gave, .and said, Take, eat ; this is my body
26. 28 this is my blood of the new testament, w.
26. 38 My soul is exceeding sorrowful, even unto
26. 39 O [my) Father, if it be possible, let this
26. 42 O my Father, if this cup may not pass a.
26. 53 that I cannotnow pray to my Father, and
27. 35 [They parted my garments among them]
27. 35 [and upon my vesture did they cast lots]
27. 46 My God! my God I why hast thou forsaken
28. 10 go tell my brethren that they go into G.
MYSELF
Mark i. 2, n; 3. 33, [33], 34, 34 , 35, [35] ; 5. 23, 30; 6.
23 ; 9- 7. 7. 37. 39. 14J - 20, 4, Uojj u. 17; 12. 6, 36,
36 ; 13. 6, 13, 31 ; 14. 8, 14. 22, 24, 34; 15. 34 , 34 ; 16. [17].
Luke i. 18, 20, 25, 43, 44, 46, 47, 47; 2. 49; 3. 22; 6.
47; 7- 6, -, 8, 27, [44], 44, 45, 46, U6J; 8. 21, 21 ; 9. 35,
38, 48, sy. 61 ; 10. 22, 29, 40; u. 7, 24; 12. 4, 13, 17, 18,
[18], 18, 19, 45; 14. 23, 24, 26, 27, 33; 15. 6, 17, 18, 24,
29; 16- 3.5. 24. 27; 18. [21]; 19. 8, 23, 46; 20. 13, 42, 4.;;
21. 8, 12, 17, 33 ; 22. ii, 19, 20, 26, 29, 30, 30, 42 ; 23. 46;
24- 39, 39. 49-
John 2. 16; 4. 49; 5. 17, 24, 31, 43; 6. 32, 51, 54, 54,
55- 55. 56, 56, [65]; 8. 14, 19, 19, [28], 31, [ 38J, 49, 52, 54,
54; 10. 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 27, 28, 29, [29, 32], 37; n. 21,
32; 12. 7, 27, 47, 48; 13. 6, 8, 9, 37; 14. 2, 7, [12], 13, 14,
20, 21, 21, 23, 23, 24, 26, [28]; 15. i, 7, 8, 10, 10, [10], 14,
15, 16, 20, 21, 23, 24; 16. [10], 23, 24, 26; 18. 37; 19. 24,
24; 20. 13, [17], 17, 17, 17, 25, 25, 27) 27,28, 28; 21. 15
16, 17.
Acts 2. 14, 17, 18, 18, 18, 25, 25, 26, 26, 26, 27, 34, 34; 7.
34, 49, 49, 50, 59 ; 9. j 5, 16 ; 10. 30; u. 8; 13. 22, 33; 15.
7. 17; 16 15; 20. [24], 24, 25, 29, 34; 22. i; 24. L; 26.
4; 28. 19.
Rom. i. 8, 9, 9, 9; 2 . 16; 7. 4, i&, 23, 23, 23; 9. t, 2,
3.3. 17, 7, 25, 25, 26; 10. 21 ; ii. 3, 14; 15. 14, 31; 16.
3> 4, 5, 7. 7, 8, 9, ii, 21, 21, 25.
1 Co. i. 4, ii ; 2. 4, 4; 4. 14, 17, I7 ; 8. 13, 13; 9. i,
15, 18, 27; 10. 14, 29; ii. 24, 33; 13. 3, 3; 14. 14, 14, [iBJ,
19; 15 58; 16. 24.
2 Co. 2. 13, 13; 12. 9, [9], 9, 21 ; Gal. i. 14, 15; 4. [14],
14, 19, 20; 6. 17.
Eph. i. 16; 3. 4, 13, 14; 6. [10], 19; Phil. i. 3, 7, 7, 8,
13, 14, 16, 20, 20; 2. 2, 12, i2, 12, 25, 25; 3. i, [8J; 4. i,
1. 3, 14, 19; Col. i. [24], 24; 2. i ; 4. 10, 18.
2 Ti. i. 3l 6, 16; 2. i, 8; 3. 10; 4. i6;Phm. 4 , 4 , [10],
2O, 23, 24.
Heb. i. 5, 13; 2. 12- 3. 9, 10, ii, ii ; 4. 3, 3, 5 ; 5 . 5 ;
8.9, 10 ; 10. 16,134], 38; 12. siJas. i. 2, 16, 19; 2. 1,3,
5. 14. [18]: 3- J. i, 12; 5- [i], 12; i Pe. 5. 13 ; 2 Pe. i.
14, 17; i Jo. 2. i ; 3. 13, [iS];Kev i. 20; 2. 3, 13, 13, 13,
16, 26, 27; 3 5, 8, 8, 10, 12, 12, 12, 12, 12, l6, 20, 21, 21 J
10. 10, 10 ; ii. 3 ; 18. 4 ; 22. 12.
MY -RA, Mi^po, Mvppa.
One of the chief cities of Lycia, a province on the S.W. of
Asia Minor, between Cana and Paniphylia ; forty miles
E. of Patara ; now called Dembra.
Acts27- 5 whenwehadsailed..wecametoM..ofLycia
MYRRH
1.6rMi of the cistus, ladanum, e*? lot.
Gen. 37. 25 bearing spicery and balm and myrrh, go.
43. ii honey, spices, and myrrh, nuts, and aim.
2. Myrrh, ~O mar.
Exod3o. 23 of pure myrrh five hundred (shekels), and
Esth. 2. 12 six months with oil of myrrh, and six m.
Psa. 45. 8 All thy garments (smell) of myrrh, and aL
Prov. 7 . 17 I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes
Song i. 13 A bundle of myrrh (is) my well beloved
3. 6 perfumed with myrrh and frankincense
4. 6 I will get me to the mountain of myrrh
4. 14 myrrh and aloes, with all the chief spices
5. i I have gathered my myrrh with my spice
5. 5 my hands dropped (with) myrrh, and
5. 5 my fingers (with) sweet smelling myrrh
5. 13 (like) lilies, dropping sweet smelling my.
3.Myrrh, <rfj.vpva. smurna.
Matt 2. ii presented, .gold. and frankincense, and m.
John 19. 39 brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, ab.
MYRRH, to be mingled with
To mix or mingle with myrrh, ffnvpyifa smurnizo.
Markis. 23 gave him to drink wine mingled with m
MYRTLE (tree)
Myrtle tree, Din, D^n hadas.
Xeh. 8. 15 pine branches, and myrtle branches, and
Isa. 41. 19 the cedar, the shittah tree, and the myr.
55. 13 of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree
Zech. i. 8 and he stood among the myrtle trees that
i. 10 the man that stood among the myrtle tr. in angel . . that stood among the myrtle trees
MYSELF
1.7, f myself, ; ani.
2 Sa. 18. 2 I will surely go forth with you myself also
2.3/y life (soul), VSi ntphesh. Psa. 131. z.
"2a. My flesh, "!r5 [basar]. Eccl. 2. 3.
3. Of myself, I/J.O.VTOV emautou.
Luke 7. 7 Wherefore neither thought I myself wor.
John 5. 31 If I bear witness of myself, my witnessis
7. 17 be of God, or (whether) I speak of myself
7. 28 I am not come of myself, but he that sent
8. 14 Though I bear record of myself.. ray record
8. 1 8 I am one that bear witness of myself, and
8. 28 I do nothing of myself ; but as my Father
8. 42 neither came I of myself, but he sent me
8. 54 Jesus answered, If I honour myself, my
10. 18 taketh it from me, but I lay it down of m.
12. 49 I have not spoken of myself; but the Fa.
14 3 I will come again, and receive . . unto my.
14. 10 that I speak unto you I speak not of my.
14. 21 love him, and will manifest myself to him
17. 19 for their sakes l sanctify myself, that they
Acts 20. 24 neither count I my life dear unto myself
24. 10 I do the more cheerfully answer for my.
26. 2 1 think myself happy, king Agrippa, bee.
26. 9 I verily thought with myself, that I ought
Rom ii. 4 I have reserved to myself seven thousand
i Co. 4. 4 For I know nothing by myself ; yet am I
4.6! have iu atigure transferred to myself and
86
MYSIA 682
1 Co. 9. 19 yet have I inude myself servant unto -. -.
2 tfo. 2. i I determined this with myself.that Iwould
n. 7 Have I committed an offence in abasing in.
11. 9 I have kept myself from being burdensome
12. 5 yet of myself I will not glory, but in mine
Gal. 2. 18 I destroyed, I make myself a tr. I hil. 3.13.
4.Hf, kiinselt, avros f.ntos, Ro. 9. 3 ; 16. 2.
5. - /-, tjj.^ erne.
I hm. 17 If thou count me. .receive him as myself

MY -SIA, Mvffia.
A province in the N.W. of Asia Minor, having Lydia on
the S., Bithynia on the E., and the I ropontis on the
X. ; A880S, Vergamos, and Troas were its chief cities.
Acts 16. 7 After they were come to M., they assayed
16. 8 And they passing by M. came down to T.

MYSTERY
Whrtt i# kivnon only to the initiated, fj-unrripiov.
Matt 13. ii it is given unto you to know the mysteries
Mark 4. ii Unto you it is given to know the mystery
Luke 8. 10 Unto you it is given to know the mysteries
Horn 1 1. 25 that ye should be ignorant of this mystery
1 6. 25 according to the revelation of the mystery
1 Co. 2. 7 we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery
4. i and stewards of the mysteries of God
13. 2 and understand all mysteries, and all kn
14. 2 howbeit in the spirit he speaketh myste.
15. 51 Behold, I show you a mystery ; We shall
Eph. i. 9 Having made known unto us the mystery
3. 3 How . .he made known unto me the mys.
3. 4 may understand my knowledge in the in.
3. 9 see what(is)the fellowship of the mystery
5. 32 This is a great mystery: but Ispeakconce.
6. 19 to make known the mystery of the gospel
Col. i. 26 the mystery which hath been hid from ages
1. 27 what (is) the riches of theglory of this in.
2. 2 to the acknowledgment of the mystery of
4. 3 to speak the mystery of Christ, for which
2 Th. 2. 7 the mystery of iniquity doth already work
i Ti. 3. 9 Holding the mystery of the faith in a pure
3. 16 without controversy great is the mystery
Rev. i. 20 The mystery of the seven stars which thou
10. 7 the mystery of God should be finished, us
17. 5 Mystery, Babylon the great, the mother of
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THE WORD of GOD, AXIOM-1:
"IF" there exists any such thing as 'The Word of God'; [and ALL evidence proves such does exist:] "THEN" by inherent definition - it must be "GOD-BREATHED!"
    (Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Intrepid, Infallible, Infinitive, Invincible, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Inalienable, Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Eternal and Indubitable - NEVER FAILING - and ALL CONQUERING!) DEDUCTING the above from the simple fact: That GOD EQUATES HIS WORD WITH HIMSELF!
      "In the Beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God, . . ." John 1:1 (and other Scriptures),
Thus 'GOD'S WORD' can have no lesser standard than that stated;


"GOD'S WORD MUST" THEREFORE BE ...
    ...AS TRUE IN history, archeology, geography, Earth science, medical science, nutrition, gerontology, agriculture, botany, astronomy, physics, chemistry, climatology, government, law, psychology, sociology - AND EVERY TOPIC IT TOUCHES - as in Theology, Divinity and Doctrine:
And "IF IT BE NOT" - true in ALL subjects mentioned above; And "IF IT BE NOT"
    Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Infallible, Infinite, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Intrepid, Inalienable, Invincible - Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Indubitable-and-Indomitable in EVERY FIELD OF KNOWLEDGE:
"THEN" it cannot be ‘The Eternal, Incomparable Word’ of the Great and Living God!
God's Eternal Guarantee!
"Heaven and Earth Shall Pass Away;
But 'MY WORDS', SHALL NOT, PASS AWAY!"
-- Jesus of Nazareth, "The Messiah!" AD-33 (Matthew 5:18)
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"God's Goals"

For This World!

Does God Achieve His Goals?
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    The Adversary’s Goals:

    SCRIPTURE: "The ‘Devil’ ... walketh about seeking whom he may DEVOUR." 1 Pet 5:8 SCRIPTURE: "The ‘Thief’ (Devil) cometh not, but for to steal, to kill and to DESTROY." John 10:10
      QUESTION: Do you Believe the Devil Succeeds?___ Or Fails?___

    God the Father’s Goals:

    SCRIPTURE: "For God sent NOT His Son into the world TO CONDEMN the world, but that THE WORLD though Him might BE SAVED! John 3:16 John 3:17 SCRIPTURE: "Beloved, be NOT ignorant of this ONE THING, ...The Lord is... NOT WILLING that ANYshould perish, but that ALL should come to REPENTANCE. 2 Pet 3:9
      QUESTION: Do you Believe Father God Succeeds?___ Or Fails?___

    God the Son’s Goals:

    SCRIPTURE: "For the Son of Man is come to seek and to SAVE that which is lost!" Luk 19:10 "For I came NOT to judge the world, but to SAVE the world. John 12:47 SCRIPTURE: "And I, if I be lifted up from the Earth, I WILL DRAW ALL men unto Me." John 12:32
      QUESTION: Do you Believe God the Son (Jesus Christ): Succeeds?___ Or Fails?___ center>

    God the Spirit’s Goals:

    SCRIPTURE: Jesus declares: "'I ’WILL’' send Him (Holy Spirit) unto you, and when He is come 'He ’WILL’' testify of Me: John 14:26 SCRIPTURE: "He ’WILL’ reprove the world [convict, convince, correct] of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment: John 16:7 SCRIPTURE: (1)Of Sin, because they believe not on me; ... (2) Of Righteousness, because I go to my Father; ...(3)Of Judgment, because the 'Prince of this World' IS JUDGED![A] John 16:8-10
      QUESTION: Do you believe God the Spirit Succeeds?___ Or Fails?___

      Who Achieves STATED GOALS? GODHEAD or Satan?

      If you believe,
        God the Father,
          God the Son, &
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      . . . we at "CAMBRIDGE in the USA!" are carrying on their "Christian Values of nearly 1,000 Years!" . . . as they have long since become secular humanists, agnostics and atheists: "Anti-Christ" in almost every way, and contrary to every Scripture.

      Cambridge Theological Seminary USA, with the tremendous growth in Global Ministry has had to undergo radical restructuring - as China, alone - swallows up time an resources helping start 400 Churches a month, plus India, and even hostile Muslim Nations!

      Under re-construction and growing greatly, we plan to have the full program in operation again in 2014;

      Pray for us, please!

      MBF


    *Cambridge Theological Seminary:

      Cambridge Theological Seminary is a "Church" and recognizes no agency or religious institution apart from the local Church:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

      FACT! Likewise the word "Degree!"

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

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

    Go thou and teach likewise!


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