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NAAM; pleasantness.
A son of Caleb, sou of Jephunneh. B.C. 1450.
1 Chr 4:15 the sons of Caleb . . Iru, Elan, and Naam : and

NA-A -MAH, n?JU
1. Sister of Tubal-cain, and daughter of Zillah wife of
Lainech, of the race of Cain. B.C. 3874.
Gen. 4. 22 and the sister of Tubal-cain (was) N.
2. An Ammonitess, mother of Rehoboam. B.C. 998.
1 Ki. 14. 21, 31 his mother s name (was) N. an Anim.
2 Ch. 12. 13 his mother s name (was) N. an Ammouit.
3. A city in the S.W. of Judah, near Beth-dagon.
Josh 15. 41 Gederoth, Beth-dagnn, and X ., andMak.

NA-A MAN, ]~y.J, Nee^udy, Noi/xa, pleasant.
1. A son of Benjamin. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 21 N., Ehi, and Rosh, Muppim, and Huppim
2. A sou of Bela, son of Benjamin. B.C. 1600.
Xum 26. 40 the sons of Bela were Ard and X. : (of Ard)
26. 40 (and) of X., the family of the Naamites
i Ch. 8. 4 And Abishua, and N., and Ahoah
3. A son of Ehud or Abihud, grandson of Benjamin. B.C.
1600.
1 Ch. 8. 7 X., and Ahiah,and Gera. he removed them
4. A Syrian captain in the days of Joram son of Ahab,
who was cured of leprosy by Elisha the prophet. B.c
894-
2 Ki. 5. i X., captain of the host of the king of Sy.
5. 2 a little maid ; and she waited on X. s wife
5. 6 I have (therewith) sent X. my servant to
5. 9 X. came with his horses and with his ch.
5. ii X. was wroth, and went away, and said
5. 17 X. said, Shall there not then, I pray thee
5. 20 my master hath spared X. this Syrian, in
5. 21 Gehazi foliowed after X. And when XT
. saw
5. 23 And X. said, Be content, take two talents
5. 27 The leprosy therefore of X. shall cleave
Luke 4. 27 and none, .was cleansed, saving [X.] the
HA A MA-THTTE, nyj Nanmathi.
Patronymic of Zophar, one of Job s friends ; probably
from Edom.
Job 2. ii Bildad the Shuhite, and Zophar the X.
ii. i Then answered Zophar the X.. and said
20. i Then answered Zophar the X., and said
42. 9 the X. went and did according as the L.
NA-A-MTTES, Jjjyri the Naami.
The family of Xaaman, grandson of Benjamin youngest
son of Jacob.
Xum 26. 40 (and) of Naaman, the family of the X.
NA-A -RAH, A .TJX.J shoot, posterity. wife of Ashur, descended from Judah through Caleb
on of Hur. B.C. 1560.
i Ch. 4. 5 father of Tekoa had .wives, Helah an,! X.
4- 6 N. bare him Ahuzam, and Hepher, and
4- 6 These (were) the sons of N.
NA-A -RAI, 1i:
; pleasantness of Jah.
One of David s valiant men, and son of Ezbai; in 2 Sa.
23. 35 called J aarai the Arbite. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n. 37 Hezro the Carmelite, X. the son of Ezbai
NA A -RAN, JTjy waterfall.
A city in Kphraim ; the same as the succeeding.
i Ch. 7. 28 the towns thereof, and eastward N., and
NA A -RATH, n-ja,j waterfall.
A city in Kphraim or Benjamin, near Jericho.
Joah.i6. 7 it went down from Jauohah. .to X ., and
NA-A -SHON, jitfri; oracle.
Brother of Elisheba, Aaron s wife ; perhaps the same as
Xahshon son of Ammiuadab. B.C. 1492
Exod. 6. 23 Aaron took Elisheba. .sister of X. to wife
NA-AS -SON, Naafffftav. An ancestor of Jesus.
Matt. i. 4 Ammadab begat X.; and X. begat Salmon
Luke 3. 32 (the son) of Salmon . . was (the sou) of X.
NA -BAL, V^j fool, projecting.
A rich man in Maon who insulted David and died of
fright, husband of Abigail whom David afterwards
married. B.C. 1060.
1 Sa. 25. 3 Xow the name of the man (was) X., and
25. 4 David heard in the wilderness that X. did
25. 5 Get you up to Carmel, and go to X., and
25. 9 they spake to XT
. according to all those w.
25. 10 X. answered David s servants, and said
25. 14 told Abigail, X . s wife, saying, Behold, D.
25. 19 But she told not her husband X.
25. 25 X.: for as his name (is), so (is) he ; X.(is)
25. 26 and they that seek evil to mylord, be asX.
25. 34 surely there had not been left unto X. by
25. 36 Abigail came to X.. .and X. s heart (was)
25. 37 when the wine was gone out of X ., and
25. 38 came to pass . . that the LORD smote X.
25. 39 when David heard that X. was dead, he
25. 39 cause of my reproach from the hand of X.
25. 39 hath returned the wickedness of X. upon
27. 3 David.. and Abigail the Carmelitess, X. s
30. 5 Ahiuoam. .and Abigail the wife of X. the
2 Sa. 2. 2 Ahinoam. .and Abigail, X. s wife, 3. 3.
NA -BOTH, niaj prominence.
A Jezreelite of the tribe of Issachar, whom Jezebel, wife
of Ahab, caused to be put to death to obtain his vine
yard. B.C. 899.
1 Ki.2i. i X. the Jezreelite had a vineyard, which
21. 2 Ahab spake unto X., saying, Give me thy
21. 3 X. said to Ahab, The LORD forbid it me
21. 4 displeased because of the word which X".
21. 6 Because I spake unto X. the Jezreelite
21. 7 I will give thee the vineyard of X. the J.
21. 8 the nobles, .in his city dwelling with X.
21. 9 1 roclaim a fast, and set X. on high among
2i.i2 They proclaimed a fast, and set X. on high
21. 13 against X . . .saying, X. did blaspheme God
21. 14 Then they sent to Jezebel, saying, If. is
21. 15 when Jezebel heard that X. was stoned
21. 15 possession of the vineyard of X. . .for X.
21. 16 when Ahab heard that X . was dead, that
21. 16 rose up to go down to the vineyard of X.
21. 18 in the vineyard of X., whitherhe
21. 19 the place where dogs licked the blood of X .
2 Ki. 9. 21 met him in the portion of X. the Jezreel.
9. 25 cast him in the portion of the field of X.
9 26 I have seen yesterday the blood of X. , and
NA -CHON, ,135 stroke.
A Benjamiteat whose thrashing floor Uzzah was smitten
for touching the ark. B.C. 1042. In i Ch. 13. 9 called
also Chidon (which see).
2 Sa. 6 6 when they came to X. s threshing floor
NA -CHOR, Nax^P- An ancestor of Jesus.
Luke 3. 34 (son) of Thara, which was (the son) of X.
NA -DAB, 31} liberal, vrillinrj.
1. Elder son of Aaron, slain by fire for offering strange
fire. B.C. 1490.
Exod. 6. 23 she bare him X , and Abihu, Eleazar, and
24. i Come up.. thou, and Aaron, X"., and Ah.
24. 9 Then went up Moses, and Aaron, X., and
28. i Aaron, X. and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithain.
Lev. 10. i X. and Abihu, the sons of Aaron, took eit.
Num. 3. 2 XT
. the first born, and Abihu, Eleazar, and
|
3. 4 X. and Abihu died before the LORD, when j
26. 60 unto Aaron was born X. and Abihu, Ele. ;
26. 61 X. and Abihu died, when they offered
i Ch. 6. 3 The sons also of Aaron ; X., and Abihu
24. i of Aaron ; X*., and Abihu, Eleazar, and I.
24 2 X*. and Abihu died before their father, and
2. Son of Jeroboam I. king of Israel, and slain by
Baasha. B C. 954.
i Ki. 14. 20 and X. his son reigned in his stead
15. 25 X". the son of Jeroboam began to reign o
15. 27 X. and all Israel laid siege to Gihhethon
15. 31 the acts of X., and all that he did, (are)
3. Great grandson of Jerahmeel, son of Hezron. B.C.
1410.
i Ch. 2. 28 And the sons of Shammai; X., and Abis.
2. 30 the sons of X".. Seled and Appaim: but S.
4. A Benjamite of the kindred of king Saul. B.C. 1180.
i Ch. 8. 30 Abdon. .Ziir. and Kish, and Baal, andX.
9. 36 Zur, and Kish, and Baal, and Xer, and X.
NAG -GE, Nayyat. An ancestor of Jesus.
Luke 3. 25 (the son) of Esli, which was(the son) of X.
NA HA-Lf-EL, ^K^q; inheritance of God.
\ station of the Israelites in the wilderness, between
Mattanah and Bamoth, X. of Moab, near the wilder
ness of Kedemoth, and watered by a tributary of the
Arnon.
X um2i. 19 from Mattanah to X.: and from X . to B.
NA-HAL -LAL,NA HA -LAL, NA-HA -LOL, Vpqj, Vpnj. A Levitical city in Zebulun, retained by the C;m;i;uiiti -
near Kattath and Diinnah. Xow called MutJ."i.
Josh. 19. 15 N.,andShimron, andIdalah,andBeth-le
21. 35 Dimnah. .X. with her suburbs ; four cit.
Judg. i. 30 of Kitrou, nor the inhabitants of N.
NAH -AM, c~; consolation. - i
Brother of Hodiah wife of Ezra, descendant of Caleb son
of Jephunneh. B.C. 1400.
1 Ch. 4. 19 the sister of X., the father of Keilah the
NA-EA MA -NI, %?,} comforter.
A chief man who returned with Zerubbabel from exile.
B.C. 536.
Neh. 7. 7 X., Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispereth, Bigvai
NA-HA-RA -I, NA-HA-RI, -}";, "3iU snorting one.
One of David s valiant men, from Beeroth in Benjamin.
B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 37 X . the Beerothite, armour bearerto Joab
i Ch.n. 39 X.theBerothite.thearmourbearertoJoab
NA -HASH, e*rt} oracle.
1. An Ammonite king who besieged Jabesh-gilead, and
was defeated by Saul. B.C. 1090.
1 Sa. ii. i Then X". the Ammonite came up, and enc.
ii. i all the men of Jabesh said unto X., Make
11. 2 X". the Ammonite answered them, On this
12. 12 X. the king of the children of Ammon c.
1. Another king of Ammon and father of Shobi and
Hanau. B.C. 1050.
2 Sa. 10. 2 show kindness unto Hanun the son of X.
17. 27 the son of X". of Kabbah of the children
1 Ch.ig. i X. the king of the children of Ammon d.
19. 2 show kindness unto Hanun the sou of X.
3. Mother of Abigail the mother of Amasa, Absalom s
general, and sisterof Zeruiah Joab s mother. B.C. 1090.
2 Sa. 17. 25 that went into Abigail the daughter of X.
NA -HATH, nrg lowness.
1. A son of Reuel, son of Esau. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 13 X., and Zerah, Shammah. and Mizzah
36. 17 duke X"., duke Zerah, duke Shammah, d.
i Ch. i. 37 sons of Reuel ; X"., Zerah, Shammah, and
2. A Kohathite, son of Zophai ; perhaps the same as
Toah in i Ch. 6. 34. B.C. 1170.
1 Ch. 6. 26 of Elkanah ; Zophai his son, and X. his 8
3. A Levite, overseer of the offerings in the days of
Hezekiah. B.C. 726.
2 011.31. 13 X., and Asahel, and Jerimoth, and Joza.
NAH -BI, ?n; Jah is protection, consolation.
A prince of X aphtali whom Moses sent out to spy the
laud. B.C. 1490.
Xunii3. 14 the tribe of Xaphtali, X . the son of Vop.
NA -HOR, "nn) piercer, slayer.
1 . Grandfather of Abraham, and great grandson of Peleg,
fourth from Shem. B.C. 2140.
Gen. ii. 22 And Senig lived thirty years, and begat N.
ii. 23 Serug lived after he begat X. two hundred
ii. 24 X . lived nine and twenty years, and begat
ii. 25 X . lived after he begat Terah an hundred
i Ch. i. 26 Serug, N., Terah
2. Son of Terah, brother of Abraham, husband of Milcah,
who bore him eight children. B.C. 1950-
Gen. ii. 26 Terah lived, .and begat Abram, XT
., and
ii. 27 Terah begat Abram, X., and Haran; and
1 1. 29 Abram and X. took them wives : the name
ii. 29 the name of X. s wife, Milcah, the daugh
22. 20 also horn children unto thy brother X
22. 23 these eight Milcah did bear to X., Abra.
24. 10 went to Mesopotamia, unto the city of X.
24. 15 Milcah, the wife of X., Abraham s brother
24. 24 the son of Milcah, which she bare unto X.
24. 47 Bethuel, X. s son, whom Milcah bare unto
29. 5 unto them, Know ye Laban the son of X.
31. 53 and the God of X., the God of their father
Josh. 24. 2 father of Abraham, and the father of X.
NAH -SHON, i
Son of Aminadab, and prince of Judah in the days of
Moses. See A aa*Aon. B.C. 1492.
Num. i. 7 Of Judah ; X. the son of Amminadab
2. 3 N. the son of Amminadab (shall be)capt.
7. 12 he that offered, .was X . the son of Amm.
7. 17 the offering of X. the son of Ainminadab
10. 14 over his host (was) X. the son of Annum
Ruth 4. 20 And Amminadab begat X., and X". begat
i Ch. 2. 10 Amminadab begat N., prince of the chil.
2. 1 1 And N. begat SaLma. and Salma begat B.
NA -HTTM, C?n; comforter.
One of the later prophets, a native of Elkosh in Galilee,
who prophesied against Nineveh. B.C. 713.
Xah. i. i The book of the vision of N. the Elkoshite
NAIL
I. Nail, claw, nje tephar.
Dan. 4. 33 like eagles (feathers), and his nails like
7. 19 (were of) iron, and his nails (of) braas
NAIL 683 NAME
2. A pin, nail, in; yathed.
-in 1 . 4. xi took a nail of the tent, and took an hum
4. 2i smote the iiail into his temples, and fast
4. 22 lay dead, and the nail (was) in his temples
5. 26 She put her hand to the nail, and her ri
Ezra 9. 8 and to give us a nail in his holy place, thai
Isa. 22. 23 And I will fasten him (as) a nail in a sure
22. 25 shall the nail that is fastened in the sure
Zech.io. 4 caiue forth the corner, out of him the na
3. A nail or pin, "ID?? masmer.
1 Ch.22. 3 prepared iron in abundance for the nails
2 Ch. 3. 9 the weight of the nails (was) fifty shekels
Isa. 41. 7 he fastened it with nails, (that) it shouli
Jer. 10. 4 fasten it with nails and with hainmers.that
4. Nails, or pins, irnpys masmeroth.
ficcl. 12. ii and as nails fastened (by) the masters of
5. Nail, print, pax ts-ipporen.
Deut2i. 12 shall shave her head, and pare her nails
6. Nail, $\os helos.
John2o. 25 see in his hands the print of the nails, and
20. 25 my finger into the print of the nails, and
KAIL, to
To nail, irpoirrt\6u proseloO.
Col. 2. 14 took it out of the way, nailing it to hisc
NA -IN, Naf/.
A city in Galilee, two miles S. of Mount Tabor, a little
S.W. of the sea of Galilee, where Jesus restored i
widow s son to life ; now called Nain.
Luke 7. ii he went into a city called N. ; and many
NA -IOTH, nn [V.L. mj] dwelling.
A place in Ramah where Samuel dwelt.
1 Sa. 19. 18 And he and Samuel went and dwelt in N.
19. 19, 23, 27 Behold, David (is) at N. in Ramah
19. 22 And (one) said, Behold, (they be) at N. in
20. i David fled from N. in Ramah, and came
NAKED
l.Naked ones, C Sny.O maarummim.
2 Ch.28. 15 clothed all that were naked among them
2. Naked, Dry erom.
Gen. 3. 7 and they knew that they (were) naked ; and
3. 10 and I was afraid, because I (was) naked
3. ii Who told thee that thou (wast) naked !
Eze. 16. 7 grown, whereas thou (wast) naked and
16. 22 when thou wast naked and bare, (and)
16. 39 fair jewels, and leave thee naked and ba.
1 8 . 7, 1 6 hath covered the naked with a garment
23. 29 and shall leave thee naked and bare ; and
3. Waked, on^ arom.
Gen. 2. 25 they were both naked, the man and his
i Sa. 19. 24 and lay down naked all that day and all
Job i. 21 Naked came I out of my mother s womb
i. 21 naked shall I return thither : the LORD
22. 6 and stripped the naked of their clothing
24. 7 They cause the naked to lodge without cl.
24. 10 They cause (him) to go naked without c.
26. 6 Hell (is) naked before him, and destruct.
Eccl. 5. 15 naked shall he return to go as he came
Isa. 20. 2 And he did so, walking naked and baref.
20. 3 Isaiah hath walked naked and barefoot
20. 4 young and old, naked and barefoot, even
58. 7 whenthouseestthenaked.thatthoucover
Hos. 2. 3 Lest I strip her naked, and set her as in
Amos 2. 16 shall flee away naked in that day, saith
Mio. i. 81 will go stripped and naked: I will make
^.Nakedness, .TIJ; eryah.
Mic. i. ii of Saphir, having thy shame naked : the
5. To free, expose, T^ para.
Eiod3 2. 25 when Moses saw that the people (were) n.
6. Naked, yv/j.vos (jumnos.
Matt 25. 36 Naked, and ye clothed me : I was sick, and
25.38 took (thee) in ? or naked.and ciothed(thee)?
25. 43 naked, and ye clothed me not : sick, and
25. 44 or athirst,or a stranger, or naked, or sick Mark 1 4. 51 a linen cloth castabout (his) naked (body)
14. 52 the linen cloth, and fled from them naked
Johnzi. 7 for he was naked, and did cast himself
Acts 19. 1 6 so that they fled out of that house naked
t Co. 5. 3 being clothed we shall not be found nalc.
Ueb. 4. 13 but all things(are) naked and opened unto
Jas. 2. 15 If a brother or sister be naked, and dest.
Rev. 3. 17 miserable, and poor, and blind, and nak
16. 15 he walk naked, and they see his shame
17. 16 andshall make her desolate and naked.and
BAKED, to be (made)
I. To be naked, my ur, 2.
Hab. 3 . 9 Thy bow was made quite naked, (accor.)
2.7V be naked, destitute, yvfivrirtvu ffumneteud.
1 Co. 4. ii thirst, and are naked, and are buffeted
NAKED, to make (self)
l.T<> make or show self naked, rny arah, 7.
Lam. 4. 21 be drunken, and shalt make thyself naked
2. Ti> free, expose, jn? para.
Exod 3 7. 25 Aaron had made them naked unto (their)
3. To make free, expose, jn$ para, 5.
2 Ch.28. 19 he made Judah naked, and transgressed
NAKEDNESS
LJfatednesa, lii c moor.
Hab. 2. 15 that thou mayest look on their nakedness
1. Nakedness, void space, ij;i? maar.
Nah. 3.5! will show the nations thy nakedness, and
3. Naked, ovy erom.
Deut28. 48 and in thirst, and in nakedness, and in
4. Nakedness, nny ervah.
Gen. 9. 22 saw the nakedness of his father, and told
9. 23 and covered the nakedness of their father
9. 23 and they saw not their father s nakedness
42. 9 see the nakedness of the land ye are comt
42. 12 Nay, but to see the nakedness of the laud
Ezod2o. 26 that thy nakedness be not discovered th
Lev. 18. 6 shall approach, .to uncover (their) naked
18. 7 nakedness of thy father, or the nakedness
18. 7, ii, 15 thou shalt not uncover her naked
18. 8 The nakedness of thy father s wife shalt
18. Snotuncover: it (is) thy father s nakedness
18. 9 The nakedness of thy sister, the daughter
1 8. 9 (even) their nakedness thou shalt not un.
18. 10 The nakedness of thy son s daughter, or
1 8. 10 their nakedness thon shalt not uncover
1 8. 10 for theirs (is) thine own nakedness
1 8. ii The nakedness of thy father s wife s dau.
18. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 shalt not uncoverthe n.
18. 16 brother s wife: it (is) thy brother s nake.
18. 17 to uncover her nakedness ; (for) they (are;
18. 18 to vex (her), to uncover her nakedness, be.
1 8. 19 to uncover her nakedness as long as she
20. ii hath uncovered his father s nakedness: b.
20. 17 see her nakedness, and she see his naked.
20. 17 he hath uncovered his sister s nakedness
20. 1 8 shall uncover her nakedness, he hath dis.
20. 19 And thou shalt not uncoverthe nakedness
20. 20 he hath uncovered his uncle s nakedness
20. 21 hehathuncoveredhisbrother snakedness
1 Sa. 20. 30 the confusion of thy mother s nakedness
Isa. 47. 3 Thy nakedness shall be uncovered, yea, thy
Lam. i . 8 because they have seen her nakedness ; yea
Eze. 16. 8 over thee, and covered thy nakedness
16. 36 and thy nakedness discovered through thy
16. 37 and will discover thy nakedness unto them
16. 37 that they may see all thy nakedness
22. 10 they discovered their father s nakedness
23. 10 These discovered her nakedness : they t.
23. 1 8 discovered her nakedness : then my mind
23. 29 and the nakedness of thy whoredoms shall
Hos. 2. 9 and my flax (given) to cover her nakedness
5. Flesh of nakedness, nyij; ~>V3 [basar].
ExodaS. 42 linen breeches to cover their nakedness
6. Nakedness, yvfivdrris gumnotes.
Rom. 8. 35 famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword
2 Co. ii. 27 in fastings often, in cold and nakedness
Rev. 3. 18 the shame of thy nakedness do not appear
NAME
I.Name, renown, Qe> shem.
Gen. 2. ii name of the first (is) Pison : that (is) it wh.
2. 13 And the name of the second river (is) Gi.
2. 14 And the name of the third river (is) Hid.
2. 19 living creature, that (was) the name ther.
2. 20 Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the
3. 20 Adam called his wife s name Eve ; because
4. 17 called the name of the city, after the name
4. 19 name of the one (was) Adah, and the name
4. 21 his brother s name (was) Jubal : he was the
4. 25 she bare a son, and called his name Seth
4. 26 born a son ; and he called his name Enos
4. 26 began men to call upon the name of the L.
5. 2 blessed them, and called their name Adam
5. 3 after his image ; and called his name Seth
5. 29 And he called his name Noah, saying, This
10. 25 the name of one (was) Peleg; for in his d.
10. 25 divided ; and his brother s name (was) Jo.
n. 4 let us make us a name, lest we be scattered
11. 9 Therefore is the name of it called Babel
u. 29 the name of Abram s wife (was) Sarai
n. 29 name of Nahor s wife, Milcah. .daughter
12. 2 will bless thee, and make thy name great
12. 8 and called upon the name of the LORD
13. 4 there Abram called on the name of the L.
16. i had. .an Egyptian, whose name (was) H.
16. ii a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael
16. 13 she called the name of the LORD that sp.
16. 15 Abram called his son s name, which Hag.
17. 5 Neither shall thy nameanymore be called
17. 5 but thy name shall be Abraham ; for a f.
17. 15 name Sarai,butSarah(shall)hername(be)
17. 19 and thou shalt call his name Isaac : and
19. 22 Therefore the name of the city was called
19. 37 bare a son, and called his name Moab : the
19. 38 bare a son, and called his name Ben-ammi
21. 3 Abraham called the name of his son that
21. 33 and called thereon the name of the LORD
22. 14 Abraham called the name of that place J.
22. 24 his concubine, whose name (was) Reumah
24. 29 had a brother, and his name (was) Laban
25. i took a wife, and her name (was) Keturah
25. 13 these (are) the names of the sons of Ighni.
25. 13 by their names, according to their gener.
25. 16 of Ishmael, and these (are) their names
25. 25 garment; and they called his name Esau
25. 26 and his name wascalled Jacob : and Isaac
25. 30 faint ; therefore was his name called Edom
26. 1 8 he called their names after the names by
26. 20 and he called the name of the well Esek
26. 21 also : and he called the name of it Sitnah
26. 22 and he called the name of it Rehoboth
26. 25 and called upon the name of the LORD
26. 33 the name of the city (is) Beer-sheba unto
28. 19 he called the name of that place Beth-el
Gen. 28. 19 the name of that city (was called) Luz at
29. 16 name of the elder (was) Leah, and the n.
29. 32 she called his name Reuben : for she said
29. 33 (BOD) also : and she called his name Sime
29. 34 sons : therefore was his name called Leri
29. 35 therefore she culled his name Judah : and
30. 6 a son: therefore called she his name Dan
30. 8, ii, 13, 18, 20 and she called his name
30. 21 a daughter, and called her name Dinah
30. 24 And she called his name Joseph; and said
31. 48 Therefore was the name of it called (>*!
32. 2 he called the name of that place Mahan
02. 27 he said unto him, Wliat (is) thy name?
32. 28 Thy name shall be called no more Jacob
32. 29 said.Tell (me),I pray thec.thy name. And
32. 29 (is)
it (that) thou dost ask after my HUM.-
32. 30 Jacob called the name of the place 1 eniel
33. 17 therefore the name of the place is c;ill.-i|
35. 8 the name of it was called Allon-bachutb
35. 10 God said unto him, Thy name (is) Jacob
35. 10 thy name shall not be called any more J.
35.
10 shall be thy name ; and he called his name
35. 15 Jacob called the name of the place where
35. 18 that she called his name Ben-oni : but his
36. 10 These (are) the names of Esau s sous ; E.
36. 32, 35, 39 and the name of his city (was)
36. 39 his wife s name (was) Mehetabel, the da.
36. 40 these (are) the names . . by their names
38. i certain Ailullamite, whose name (wa)H.
38. 2 certain Canaauite, whose name (was) Sh.
38. 3 and bare a son ; and he called his name Er
38. 4 bare a son ; and .she called his name Onan
38. 5 bare a son ; and called his name .Shelah
38. 6 Judah took a wife, .whose name (was) T.
38. 29 therefore his name was called Pharez
38. 30 his hand : and his name was called Zarah
41. 45 Pharaoh called Joseph s name Zaphnath.
41. 51 Joseph called the name of the first born
41. 52 the name of the second calleu lie Ephraim
46. S these (are) the names of the children of I.
48. 6 called after the name of their brethren in
48. 16 my name be named on them, and the name
50. 1 1 the name of it was called Abel-mizraim
Exod. i. i Now these (are) the names of the children
1. 15 name of the one(was)Shiplirah.. the name
2. 10 And she called his name Moses : and she
2. 22 a son, and he called his name Gershom
3. 13 they shall say to me, What (is) his name?
3. 15 this (is) my name for ever, and this (is)
5. 23 I came to Pharaoh to speak in thy name
6. 3 butfcy my name Jehovah was I not known
6. 1 6 And these (are) the names of the sons of
9. 16 that my name may be declared throughout
15. 3 (is) a man of war : the LORD (is) his name
15. 23 therefore the name of it was called Marah
16. 31 the house of Israel called the name thereof
17. 7 he called the name of the place Massah
17. 15 and called the name of it Jehovah-nissi
18. 3 of which the name of the one (waslGers.
18. 4 And the name of the other (was) Eliezer
20. 7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD
20. 7 hold him guiltless that taketh his name
20. 24 In all places where I record my name I
23. 13 make no mention of the name of other g.
23. 21 will not pardon . .for my name (is) in him
28. 9 grave on them the names of the children
28. to Six of their names on one stone, and (the
28. 10 six names of the rest on the other stone
28. ii with the names of the children of Israel
28. 12 Aaron shall bear their names before the
28. 21 be with the names of the children of Isr.
28. 21 twelve, according to their names, (like)
28. 21 every one with his name shall they beac
28. 29 Aaron shall bear the names of the child.
31. 2 See, I have called by name Bezaleel the
33. 12 yet thou hast said, I know thee by name
33. 17 grace in my sight, aud I know thee by n.
33. 19 and I will proclaim the name of the LORD
34. 5 and proclaimed the name of the LORD
34. 14 forthe LORD, whose name (is) Jealous, (is)
35. 30 LORD hath called by name Bezaleel the son
39. 6, 14 the names of the children of Israel
39. 14 twelve, according to their names, (like) the
39. 14 every one with his name, according to the
Lev. 18. 21 neither shalt thou profane the name of
19. 12 And ye shall not swear by myname falsely
19. 12 neither shalt thou profane the name of thy
20. 3 sanctuary, and to profane my holy name
21. 6 and not profane the name of their God
22. 2 that they profane not my holy name (ba
22. 32 Neither shall ye profane my holy name
24. ii Israelitish woman s son blasphemed then.
24. ii and his mother s name (was) Shelomith
24. 16 he that blasphemeth the name of the L.
34. 16 when he blasphemeth the name, .shall be
Num. i. 2 with the number of (their) names, every
i . 5 these (are) the names of the men that shall
1.17 men which are expressed by (their) names
1. 1 8 according to the number of the names
So in v. 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42.
3. 2, 3 these (are) the names of the sons of A.
3. 17 these were the sons of Levi by their names
3. 1 8 these (are) the names of the sons of Gers.
3. 40 and take the number of their names
3. 43 by the number of names, from a month old
4. 32 by name ye shall reckon the instruments
6. 27 And they shall put my name upon the c.
n. 3 he called the name of the place Taberah
ii. 26 the camp, the name of the one (was) Eld.
1 1. 26 and the name of the other Medad : and
ii. 34 he called the name of that place Kibroth.
13. 4 these (were) their names : of the tribe of
NAME 684 NA-ME
Nunnj. :6 These (are) the nameaof the men which M.
17. 2 write thou every rn;in name upon hisrod
17. 3 thou shall write Aaron s name upon the
21. 3 and he called the name of the place Hor.
25. 14 Now the name of the Israelite that was
25. 15 the name of the Midianitibh woman that
26. 33 the names of the daughters of Zelophehad
26. 46 And the name of the daughter of Asher
26. 53 shall be. .according to the number of na.
26. 55 according to the names of the tribes of
26. 59 the name of Amram s wife (was) Jochebed
27. i these (are) the names of his daughters; M.
27. 4 Why should the name of our father be
32. 38 Baal-meon, their names being changed
->2. 38 and gave other names unto the cities wh.
33. 43 and called it Nobah, after his own name
\4. 17 These (are) the names of the men which
34. 19 the names of the men (are) these: Of the
Deut. 3. 14 called them after his own name, Hashan
5. ii Thou shall not take the name of the LORD
5. ii hold(hiiii)guiltles3thattaketnhisnamein
6. 13 and serve him, and shall swear by his n.
7. 24 and thou shall destroy their name from
9. 14 blot out their name from under heaven
10. 8 and to bless in his name, unto this day
io. 20 shall Ihou cleave, and swear by his name
12. 3 deslroy Ihe names of Ihem oul of that p.
12. 5 out of all your tribes to put his name th.
12. ii choose lo cause his name to dwell there
12. 21 thy God hath chosen to put his name th.
14. 23 he shall choose to place his name there
14. 24 God shall choose to set his name there
1 6. 2 LORD shall choose to place his name there
1 6. 6 thy God shall choose to place his name iu
16. it God hath chosen to place his name there
18. 5, 7 minister in the name of the LORD
18. 19 words which he shall speak in my name
1 8. 20 shallpresume to speak a word in my name
18. 20 thai shall speak in Ihe name of other gods
18. 22 When a prophel speakelh in the name of
21. 5 and to bless in the name of the LORD ; and
22. 14 bring up an evil name upon her, and say
22. 19 because he hath brought up an evil name
25. 6 shall succeed iu the name of his brother
25. 6 that his name be nol pul oul of Israel
25. 7 raise up unlo his brother a name in Israel
25. io his name shall be called in Israel, The h.
26. 2 God shall choose to place his name there
26. 19 in praise, and in name, and in honour; and
28. 10 see that thou art called by the name of
28. 58 fear this glorious and fearful name, The
29. 20 LORD shall blot out his name from under
32. 3 Because I will publish the name of theL.
Josh. 5. 9 Wherefore the name of the place is called
7. 9 and cul off our name from the earth: and
7. 9 what wilt thou do unto thy great name?
7. 26 the name of that place was called, The v.
9. 9 because of the name of the LORD thy God
14. 15 the name of Hebron before (was) Kirjath.
15. 15 and the name of Debir before (was) Kir.
17. 3 and these (are) the names of his daughters
19. 47 Dan, after the name of Dan their father
21. 9 cilies which are (here) mentioned by name
23. 7 make mention of the name of their gods
Judg. i. 10 the name of Hebron before (was) Kirjath
i. ii Ihe name of Debir before (was) Kirjath-s
i. 17 the name of the city was called Hormah
i. 23 now Ihe name of the city before (was) Luz
i. 26 a city, and called the name thereof Luz
1. 26 which (is) the name thereof unto this day
2. 5 they called the name of that place Bochim
8. 31 a son, whose name he called Abimelech
13. 2 the Danites, whose name (was) Manoah
13. 6 whence he (was), neither told he me his n.
13. 17 What(is) Ihy name, that when thy sayings
13! 18 him, Why askest thou thus after my name
13. 24 bare a son, and called his name Samson
15! 19 he called the name thereof En-hakkore
16. 4 loved a woman . . whose name (was) Del.
17. i man of mount Ephraim, whose uame(\\;as)
18. 29 And they called the name of the city Dai
18. 29 after the name of Dan their father, who
1 8. 29 the name of the city (was) Laish at the fl
Buth i. 2 And the nameof Ihe man(was)Elimelech
i. 2 name of his wife Naomi, and the name
i. 4 of Moab ; Ihe name of the one (was) Or.
1. 4 name of the other Ruth: and they dwelt
2. i of Elimelech ; and his name (was) Boaz
2. 19 The man s name with whom I wrought
4. 5, 10 to raise up the name of the dead upon
4. io that the name of the dead be not cut off
4. 14 that his name may be famous in Israel
4. 17 the women her neighbours gave it anain
4. 17 and they called his name Obed: he (is) th
Sa. i. i and his name (was) Elkanah, the son of J
i . 2 name of the one (was) Hannah, and the n
i. 20 bare a son, and called his name Samuel
7. 1 2 and called the name of il Eben-ezer, say
8. 2 Now the name of his firsl born was Joel
8. 2 the name of hissecond, Abiah: (they were
9. i whose name (was) Kish, the son of Abie
9. 2 And he had a son, whose name (was) Sau
12. 22 not forsake his people forhis great name
14. 4 the name of the one (was) Bozez, and then
14. 49 the names of his two daughters (were th
14. 49 name of the first born Merab. and the na
14. 50 the name of Saul s wife (was) Ahinoam.th
14. 50 name of the captain of his host (was) Al
17. 12 of that Ephrathite. .whose name (was) J
17. 13 the names of his three sons that went tc
17. 23 the Philistine of Oath, Goliath by name
17. 45 I come to thee in the name of the Lo&D
1 Sa. 18. 30 wisely, .so thai hisname was much selby |
20. 42 sworn both of us in the name of the LORD
21. 7 his name, (was) Doeg, an Kdmnite, the ch.
24. 21 deslroy my name out of my father s house
25. 3 name of the man (was) Nabal, and the n.
25. 5 and go to Nabal, and greet him iu my n.
25. 9 they spake to Nabal. .in the name of Da.
25. 25 his name (is), so (is) he ; Nabal (is) his u.
2 Sa. 3. 7 a concubine, whose name (was) Rizpah, Ihe
4. 2 name of Ihe one (was) Baanah, and the n.
4. 4 became lame. And his name (was) Mep.
5. 14 the names of those that were born unto
5. 20 called the name of that place Baal-pera.
6. 2 called by the name of The LORD of hosts
6. 1 8 he blessed the people in the name of the
7. 9 made thee a great name, like unto the n.
7. 13 He shall build an house formy name ; and
7. 23 to make him a name, and to do for you
7. 26 let thy name be magnified for ever, saying
8. 13 David gat (him) a name when he relumed
9. 2 (there was), .a servant, whose name (was)
9. 12 had a young son. whose name (was) Micah
12. 24 he called his name Solomon : and the L.
12. 25 he called his name Jedidiah, because of
12. 28 the city, and it be called after my name
13. i had a fair sister, whose name (was^Tamar
13. 3 a friend, whose name (was) Jonadab, the
14. 7 (neither) name nor remainder upon the
14. 27 and one daughter, whose name (was) T.
16. 5 whose name (was) Shimei, the son of Gera
17. 25 (was) a man s son whose name (was)Ithra
18. 18 no son to keep my name in remembrance
1 8. 1 8 he called the pillar after his own name
20. i a man of Belial, whose name (was) Sheba
20. 2 1 Sheba the son of Bichri by name, hath
22. 50 and I will sing praises unto thy name
23. 8 the names of the mighty men whom Da.
23. 1 8 (and) slew (them), and had the name am.
23. 22 and had the name among three mighty m.
i Ki. i. 47 the name of Solomon better than thy n.
3. 2 no house built unto the name of the L.
4. 8 these (are) their names : The son of Hur
5. 3, 5 build an house unto the name of the L.
5. 5 he shall build an house unto my name
7. 21 pillar, and called the name thereof Jachin
7. 21 pillar, and calle 1 the name thereof Boaz
8. 16 an house, that my name might be therein
8. 17, 20 an house for the name of the LORD God
8. 1 8 was in thine heart to build, .uutomyname
8. 19 he shall build the house unto my name
8. 29 Ihou hasl said, My name shall be there
8. 33 and confess thy name, and pray, and make
8. 35 confess thy name, aud turn from their sin
8. 41 out of a far counlry for thy name s sake
8. 42 they shall hear of thy great name, and of
8. 43 people of the earth may know thy name
8. 43 thai this house . . is called by thy name
8. 44, 48 house that I have built for thy name
9. 3 hast built, to put my name there for ever
9. 7 house, which I have hallowed for my name
10. i concerning Ihe name of the LORD, she
11. 26 whose mother s name (was) Zeruah, a w.
11. 36 I have chosen me to put my name there
13. 2 a child shall be born. .Josiah by name
14. 21 LORD did choose, .to put his name there
14. 21, 31 mother s name (was) Naamah an A.
15. 2, io mother s name (was) Maachah, the d.
16. 24 called the name of the city which he built
16. 24 after the name of Shemer, owner of the
18. 24 And call ye on the nameof your gods, and
18. 24 I will call on the name of the LORD ; and
18. 25 call on the name of your gods, but put no
1 8. 26 called on the name of Baal from morning
1 8. 31 came, saying, Israel shall be thy name
1 8. 32 built an altar in the name of the LORD
21. 8 she wrote letters in Ahab s name, and s.
22. 16 (which is) true in Ihe name of the LORD
22. 42 his mother s name (was) Azubah the dau
2 Ki. 2. 24 and cursed them iu the name of the LORD
5. n call on the name of the LORD his God, and
8. 26 his mother s name (was) Athaliah, the d.
12. i his mother s name (was) Zibiah of Beer-s
14. 2 molher s name (was) Jehoaddan of Jeru.
14. 7 called Ihe name of it Joktheel unto this
14. 27 he would blot out the name of Israel from
15. 2 and his mother s name (was) Jecoliah of
15. 33 his mother s name (was) Jerusha, the da
18. 2 mother s name also (was) Abi, Ihe daug.
21. i And his molher s name (was) Hephzi-bah
21. 4 said, In Jerusalem will I put my name
21 . 7 In this house . . I put my name for ever
21. 19 his mother s name (was) Meshullemeth
22. i Ms mother s name (was) Jedidah, Ihe da
23. 27 of which I said, My name shall be there
23. 31 his mother s name (was) Hamutal, the d
23. 34 and turned his name to Jehoiakim.andto
23. 36 his mother s name (was) Zebudah, the d
24. 8 And his molher s name (was)
24. 17 the king, .changed his name (o Zcdekiah
24. 18 his mother s name (was) Hamutal, the
i Ch. i. 19 the name of the one (was) Peleg, because
i. 19 and his brother s name (was) Joktan
i. 43 and the name of his city (was) Dinhabah
i. 46 and the name of his city (was) Avith
i. 50 and the name of his city (was) Pai ; and
1. 50 wife s name (was) Mehetabel, the daughte
2. 26 also another wife, whose name (was) Atar
2. 29 name of the wife of Abishur(was)Abiha
2. 34 servant, an Egyptian, whose name (was
4. 3 the name of their sister (was)HazeleJpon
4. 9 his mother called his name Jabez, sayiuj
4. 38 The mentioned by (their) names (were
i Ch. 4. 41 these written by name came in the days
6. 17 these (be) the names of the sous of Gers.
6. 65 cities which are called by (their) named
7. 15 sister s name (was)Maachah; and the name
7. 16 shecalled his name Pereih: and the name
7. 23 and he called his name Beriah, because
8. 29 father of Gibeou; whose wife s name (was)
8. 38 had six sons, whose names (are) these
9. 35 Jehiel, whose wife s name (was) Maachuh
9. 44 Azel had six sons, whose names (are) these
u. 20 slew (them), and had a name among the
11. 24 and hail the name among the three mighti.
12. 31 which were expressed by name, to come
13. 6 cherubim, whose name Is called (on it)
14. 4 these (are) the names of (his) children wh.
14. ii called the name of that place Baal-perazim
16. 2 blessed Ihe people in the name of the L.
if . 8 call upon his name,make known his deeds
16. io Glory ye in his holy name : let the heart
16. 29 Give . . the LORD the glory . . unto his name
16. 35 we may give thankstothy holy name,(and)
16. 41 were chosen, who were expressed byname
17. 3 have made thee a name like the name of
17. 21 to make thee a name of greatness and
17. 24 thyuamemaybemr.giiifledforever,saying
21. 19 which he spake in the name of the LORD
22. 7 house unto the nameof the LORD my God
22. 8 shall not build an house unto my name
22. 9 his name shall be Solomon, and I will g.
22. io He shall build an house for my name
22. 19 is to be built to the name of the LORD
23. 13 to minister, .and to bless iu his name for
23. 24 counted by number of names by their
28. 3 shall not build an house for my name
29. 13 thank thee, and praise thy glorious name
29. 16 build thee an house for thine holy name
2 Ch. 2. i build an house for the name of the LORD
2. 4 I build an house tothe name of the LORD
3. 17 called the name of that on the right hand
3. 17 and the name of that on the left Boaz
6. 5 an house in, lhat my name might be there
6. 6 Jerusalem, that my name might be there
6. 7, lofor the nameof the LORD God of Israel
6. 8 in thine heart to build an house for my n.
6. 9 he shall build the house for my name
6. 20 lhal thou wouldest put thy name there
6. 24 confess thy name, and pray, and make
6. 26 confess thy name, and turn from their siu
6. 32 a far country for thy great name s sake
6. 33 all people of the earth may know thy na.
6. 33 house. .1 have built, is called by thy na.
6. 34, 38 house which I have built for thy name
7. 14 If my people, which are called by my na.
7. 16 that my name maybe there for ever; and
7. 20 house, which I have sanctified for my na.
12. 13 LORD had chosen, .to put his name there
12. 13 mother s name(was) Naamah an Ainmon.
13. 2 Hismother snamealso(was)Michaiahthe
14. ii in thy name we go against this multitude
18. 15 the Irulh to me in the name of the LOUD
20. 8 built, .a sanctuary therein for thy name
20. 9 presence, for thy name (is) in this house
20. 26 the name of the same place was called
20. 31 his mother s name (was) Azubah the <!u
22. 2 His molher s name also (was) Athaliah the
24. i mother s name also (was) Zibiah of Beer.
25. i mother s name (was) Jehoaddan of Jeru.
26. 3 his mother s name also (was) Jecoliah of
26. 8 name spread abroad (even) to the entering
26. 15 his name spread far abroad ; for he was
27. i His mother s name also (was) Jerushah
28. 9 prophet of ttie LORD, .whose name (was)
28. 15 men which were expressed by name rose
29. i his mother s name (was) Abijah, the da.
31. 19 the men that were expressed by name, to
33. 4 In Jerusalem shall my name be for ever
33. 7 In this house. .1 put my name for ever
33. 18 in the name of the LORD God of Israel
36. 4 and turned his name to Jehoiakim. And
Ezra 2. 61 Gilendite, and was called after their n;iine
8. 13 whose names (are) these, Eliphelet, Jeiel
8. 20 all of them were expressed by name
io. 1 6 all of them by (their) names, were separ
Neh. i. 9 thai I have chosen to set my name there
i. ii thy servants, who desire to fear thy name
7. 63 to wife, and was called after their name
9. 5 and blessed be thy glorious name, which is
9. 7 and gavest him the name of Abraham
9. io so didst thou get thee a name, as (it is)
Esth -
5 certain Jew, whose name (was) Uordecu
2 14 in her, and lhat she were called by name
2 22 certified the king, .in Hordecai l name
- 12 in the name of king Ahasuerus was it w.
8 8 as it likelh you, in the king s name, and
8 8 which is wrilten in the king s name, and
8 io And he wrote in the king Ahasuerus na.
9! 26 these days Purim, after the name of Pur
Job i. i whose name (was) Job ; and that man was
i. 21 away ; blessed be the name of the LORD
1 8. 17 and he shall have no name in the street
42. 14 he called the name of the first. Jemima
42. 14 the name of the second, Kezia: and then
Pea. 5. ii them also that love thy name be joyful in
7. 17 will sing praise to the name of the l.c iu>
8. i excellent (is) thy name in all the earth !
9. 2 I will sing praise to thy name, O thou M.
9. 5 hast put out their name for ever and ever
9. io they that know thy name will put their
16. 4 offer, nor take up their names into my 1.
18. 49 heathen, and siim praises unto thy name
20. i the name of the God of Jacob defend thee
so. 5 in the name of our God we will set up (our)
NAME
Psa 20 7 we will remember the name of the LORD
22. 22 I will declare thy name unto my brethren
23 3 paths of righteousness for his name s sake
25. ii For thy name s sake, O LORD, pardon m.
29. 2 the LORD the glory due unto his name; w.
31. 3 therefore for thy name s sake lead me
33 21 because we have trusted in his holy name
34. 3 magnify.. and let us exalt his name toget.
[. 5 When shall he die, and his name perish?
44. 5 through thy name will we tread themun.
4. 8 the day long, and praise thy .name for ever
44. 20 If we have forgotten the name of our God
45 17 I wUl make thy name to be remembered
48 10 According to thy name, O God, so (is) thy
49 ii they call (their) lands after their own na.
52 Q I will wait on thy name ; for (it is) good
54 i Save me, O God, by thy name, and judge
54! 6 I will praise thy name, O LORD, for (it is)
61. 5 the heritage of those that fear thy name
^i 8 So will I sing praise unto thy name for ever
63! 4 live : I will lift up my hands in thy name
66. 2 Sing forth the honour of his name ; make
66. 4 sing unto thee ; they shall sing (to) thy 11.
68. 4 Sing unto God, sing praises to his name
68. 4 rideth upon the heavens by his name J ah
69. 30 I will praise the name of God with a song
69. 36 and they that love his name shall dwell
72. 17 His name shall endure forever : his name
72. 19 And blessed (he) his glorious name for ever
74. 7 dwelling place of thy name to the ground
74. 10 the enemy blaspheme thy name for ever?
74. 18 foolish people have blasphemed thy name
74. 21 let the poor and needy praise thy name
75. i for(that) thy name (is) near thy wondrous
76. i God known ; his name (is) great in Israel
79. 6 kingdoms that have not called upon thy n.
79. 9 our salvation, for the glory of thy name
79. 9 purge away our sins, for thy name s sake
80. 18 quicken us, and we will call upon thy na.
83. 4 that the name of Israel may be no more
83. 1 6 that they may seek thy name, O LORD
83. 1 8 that thou, whose name alone (is) Jehovah
86. 9 thee, O LORD ; and shall glorify thy name
86. n truth : unite my heart to fear my name
86. 12 and I will glorify thy name for evermore
89. 12 Tabor and Hermon shall rejoice in thy u.
89. 16 In thy name shall they rejoice all the
89. 24 and in my name shall his horn be exalted
91. 14 on high, because he hath known my name
92. i sing praises unto thy name, O most High
96. 2 Sing unto the LORD, bless his name ; show
96. 8 Give, .the glory (due unto) his name : br.
99. 3 Let them praise thy.. terrible name ; (for)
99. 6 among them that call upon his name; and
oo. 4 thankful unto him, (and) bless his name
02. 15 So the heathen shall fear the name of the
02. 21 To declare the name of the LORD in Zion
03. i all that ia within me, (bless) his holy name
05. i call upon his name : make known his
05. 3 Glory ye in his holy name : let the heart
06. S he saved them for his name s sake, that he
06. 47 to give thanks unto thy holy name, (and)
09. 13 generation following let their name be
:og. 21 do thou for me . .for thy name s sake : be.
in. g for ever : holy and reverend (is) his name
113. i of the LORD, praise the name of the LORD
113. 2 Blessed be the name of the LORD from this
113. 3 From the rising of the sun. the LORD s n.
115. i but unto thy name give glory, for thy m.
116. 4 Then called I upon the name of the LORD
116. 13, 17 call upon the name of the LORD
118. 10 in the name of the LORD will I destroy
118. ii, 12 in the name of the LORD I will destroy
1 1 8. 26 Blessed (be) he that cometh in the name
ny. 55 I have remembered thy name, O LORD, in
119. 132 usest to do unto those that love thy name
122. 4 to give thanks unto the name of the LORD
124. 8 Our help (is) in the name of the LORD, w ho
129. 8 you : we bless you in the name of the Lo
135. i Praise ye the name of the LORD; praise
135. 3 sing praises unto his name ; for (it is) pi
135. 13 Thy name, O LORD, (endureth) for ever
138. 2 praise thy name for thy loving kindness
138. 2 magnified thy word above all thy name
140. 13 righteous shall give thanks unto thy name
142. 7 of prison, that I may praise thy name : the
143. ii Quicken me, O LORD, for thy name s sake
145. i I will bless thy name for ever and ever
145. 2 I will praise thy name for ever and ever
145. 21 let all flesh bless his holy name for ever
147. 4 stars ; he calleth them all by (their) names
148. 5, 13 Let them praise the name of the LORD
148. 13 for his name alone is excellent ; his glory
149. 3 Let them praise his name in the dance
Prov 10. 7 blessed : but the name of the wicked shall
18. 10 The name of the LORD (is) a strong tower
21. 24 (is) his name who dealeth in proud wrath
22. i A (good) name (is) rather to be chosen than
30. 4 his name, and what (is) his son s name, if
30. 9 lest I., steal, and take the name of inyGod
Keel. 6. 4 his name shall be covered with darkness
7. i A (good) name (is) better than precious o.
Song i. 3 thy name (is as) ointment poured forth
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4. i only let us be called by thy name, to take
7. 14 a son, and shall call his name Immanuel
8. 3 Call his name Maher-shalal-hash-baz
9. 6 and his name shall De called Wonderful
12. 4 gay, Praise the LORD, call upon his name
12. 4 make mention that his name is exalted
14. 22 cut off from Babylon the name, and rem.
18. 7 to the place of the name of the LORD of h.
4. 15 (even) the name of the LORD God of Israel
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i I will exalt thee, I will prnise thy name
8 desire of (our) soul (is) to thy name, and
13 only will we make mention of thy name
23 of him, they shall sanctify my name, and
27 the name of the LORD cometh from far
26 calleth them all by names by the greatn.
25 shall he call upon my name ; and he shall
8 I (am) the LORD ; that (is) my name: and
i I nave called (thee) by thy name ; thou
7 every one that is called by my name: for
5 shall call (himself) by the name of Jacob
5 surname (himself) by the name of Israel
3 I the LOUD, which call (thee) by thy name
4 I have even called thee by thy name: I
4 LORD of hosts (is) his name, the Holy One
i which are called by the name of Israel
1 which swear by the name of the LORD, and
2 Israel: The LORD of hosts (is) his name
9 For my name s sake will I defer mine ang.
19 his name should not have been cut off
1 hath he made mention of my name
10 let him trust iu the name of the LORD, and
15 waves roared: The LORD of hosts (is) his n.
5 name continually every day (is) blasphe.
6 Therefore my people shall knowjny name
5 The LORD of hosts (is) his name; and thy
13 and it shall be to the LORD for a name, for
5 a place and a name better thau of sons
5 I will give them an everlasting name, that
6 and to love the name of the LORD, to be
15 high and lofty One. .whose name (is) Holy
19 So shall they fear the name of the LORD
9 unto the name of the LORD thy God, and
2 and thou shalt be called by a new name
12 to make himself an everlasting name?
14 people, to make thyself a glorious name
16 Redeemer; thy name (is) from everlasting
19 them; they were not called by thy name
2 make thy name known to thine adversar.
7 (there is) none that calleth upon thy name
i nation (that) was not called by my name
15 ye shall leave your name for a curse unto
15 and call his servants by another name
5 that cast you out for my name s sake, said
22 so shall your seed and vtmr name remain
17 to the name of the LORD, to Jerusalem
10, ii. 14, 30 house, which is called by my n.
12 Shiloh, where I set my name at the first
6 great, and thy name (is) great in might
16 inheritance. The LORD of hosts (is) his n.
LU. 25 the families that call not on thy name: for
ii. 16 The LORD called thy name, A green olive
ii. 19 that his name may be no more remembe.
11. 21 Prophesy not in the name of the LORD
12. 16 ways of my people, to swear by my name
13. ii for a name, and for a praise, and for a gl.
14. 7 do thou (it) for thy name s sake: for our
14. 9 we are called by thy name; leave us not
14. 14 The prophets prophesy lies in my name
14. 15 the prophets that prophesy in my name
14. 21 Do not abhor (us), for thy name s sake, do
15. 16 for I am called by thy name, O LORD God
16. 21 shall know that my name (is) The LORD
20. 3 The LORD hath not called thy name Pas.
20. 9 of him, nor speak any more in his name
23. 6 (is) his name whereby he shall be called
23. 25 that prophesy lies in my name, saying, I
23. 27 to cause my people to forget my name by
23. 27 their fathers have forgotten my name
25. 29 on the city which is called by my name
26. 9 Why hast thou prophesied in the name of
26. 16 for he hath spoken to us in the name of
26. 20 that prophesied in the name of the LORD
27. 15 yet they prophesy a lie in my name ; that
29. 9 prophesy falsely unto you iu my name : I
29. 21 which prophesy a lie unto you in my name
29. 23 and have spoken lying words in my name
29. 25 thou hast sent letters in thy name unto all
31. 35 thereof roar ; The LORD of hosts (is) his n.
32. 1 8 Mighty God, the LORD of hosts (is) his n.
32. 20 hast made thee a name, as at this day
32. 34 in the house which is called by my name
33. 2 to establish it; The LORD (is) his name
33. 9 it shall be to me a name of joy, a praise
34. 15 in the house which is called by my name
34. 16 But ye turned, and polluted my name, and
37. 13 name (was)Irijah, the son of Shelemiah
44. 16 spoken unto us in the name of the LORD
44. 26 Behold, I have sworn by my great name
44. 26 that my name shall no more be named in
46. 18 king, whose name (is) The LORD of hosts
48. 15 king, whose name (is) The LORD of hosts
48. 17 and all ye that know his name, say, How
50. 34 strong ; The LORD of hosts (is) his name
51. 19 inheritance : The LORD of hosts (is) his n.
51. 57 King, whose name (is) The Lord of hosts
52. i his mother s name (was) Hamutal the da.
Lam. 3. 55 I called upon thy name, O LORD, out of the
Eze. o. 9, 14,22 wrought for my name s sake, that it
o. 29 And the name thereof is called Bamah
o. 39 but pollute ye my holy name no more with
o. 44 have wrought with you formy name s sake
3. 4 And the names of them (were) Aholah the
3. 4 Thus (were) their names; Samaria (is) Ah.
24. 2 Write thee the name of the day, (even) of
36. 20 they profaned my holy name, when they
36. 21 But I had pity for mine holy name, which
36. 22 but for mine holy name s sake, which ye
36. 23 And I will sanctify my great name, which
39. 7 So will I make my holy name known iu the
39. 7 will not (let them) pollute my holy name
39. 16 also the name of the city (shall be) Ham.
Eze
NAME
. 39. 25 and will be jealous for my holy name
43. 7 my holy name, shall the house of Israel
8 they have even defiled my holy name by I
48. i Now these (are) the names of the tribes
48. 31 after the names of the trilie.s of Israel : t.
48. 35 and the name of the city from (that) day
Dan. i. 7 the prince of the eunuchs gave names : for
9. 6 the prophets, which spake iu thy name to
9. 18 and the city which is called by thy name
9. 19 city and thy people are called by thy name
10. i whose name was called Beltttthaz/.ar ; and
Hos. i. 4 said unto him, Call his name Jezreel ; for
i. 6 said unto him, Call her name Lo-ruhamah
1. 9 Then said (God), Call his name Lo-annui
2. 17 For I will takeaway the names of Baalim
2. 17 no more be remembered by their name
Joel 2. 26 and praise the name of the LORD your G.
2. 32 whosoever shall call on the name of the I..
Amos 2. 7 the (same) maid, to profane my holy name
4. 13 The LORD, The God of hosts, (is) his name
5. 8 face of the earth ; The LORD (is) his name
5. 27 LORD, whose name (is) The God of hosts
6. 10 not make mention of the name of the Lo.
9. 6 face of the earth ; The LORD (is) his name
9. 12 which are called by my name, saiththe L.
Mic. 4. 5 walk every one in the name of his god
4. 5 we will walk in the name of the LORD our
5. 4 iu the majesty of the name of the LORD his
6. 9 (the man of) wisdom shall see thy name
Nah. i. 14 thee, (that) no more of thy name be sown
Zeph. i. 4 (and) the name of theChemarims with the
3. 9 may all call upon the name of the LORD
3. 12 they shall trust in the name of the LORD
3. 20 for I will make you a name and a praise
Zech. 5. 4 of him that sweareth falsely by my name
6. 1 2 the man whose name (is) The Branch ; and
10. 12 they shall walk up and down in his name
13. 2 I will cut off the names of the idols out of
13. 3 speakest lies in the name of the LORD
13. 9 they shall call on my name, and I will hear
14. 9 there be one LORD, and his name one
Mai i. 6 you, O priests, that despise my name. And
i. 6 ye say, Wherein have we despised thy na.?
i. ii, ii my name (shall be) great among the
i. ii incense (shall be) offered unto my name
1. 14 my name (is) dreadful among the heathen
2. 2 to heart, togive glory unto my name, saith
2. 5 feared me, and was afraid before niy name
3. 16 that feared, .and that thought upon his n.
4. 2 But unto you that fear my name shall the
2.Name, renown, DC* shum.
Ezra 5. i in the name of the God of Israel, (even)
5. 4 What are the names of the men that make
5. 10 We asked then names also, to certify
5. 10 the names of the men that (were) the chief
5. 14 unto (one).whose name (was) Sheshbazzar
6. 12 God that hath caused his name to dwell
Dan. 2. 20 Blessed be the name of God for ever and
2. 26 to Daniel, whose name (was) Belteshazzar
4. 8 Daniel came, .whose name (was) Beltesh.
4. 8 according to the name of my god, and in
4. 19 Daniel, whose name (was) Belteshazzar
3. To call, Ka\iw kaleo.
Acts 7. 58 at a young man s feet, whose name was S.
b.Name, ovo/Jia onoma.
Matt. i. 21 thou shalt call his name Jesus ; for he
i. 23 they shall callliis name Emmanuel, which
i. 25 first born son : and he called his name Je.
6. 9 pray ye: Our Father. .Hallowed be thy n.
7. 22 prophesied in thy name? and in thy name
7. 22 in thy name done many wonderful works?
10. 2 the names of the twelve apostles are these
10. 22 be hated of all (men) for my name s sake
10. 41 He that receiveth a prophet in the name
10. 41 receiveth a righteous man in the name of
10. 42 cold (water) only in the name of a disciple
12. 21 And in his name shall the GentUes trust
18. 5 such little child in my name receiveth me
18. 20 three are gathered together in my name
19. 29 or children, or lands, for my name s sake
21. o he that cometh iu the name of the Lord
23. 39 he that cometh in the name of the Lord
24. 5 manyshall come in my name, saying, I am
24 9 hated of all nations for my name s sake
27. 32 they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by n.
28. 19 baptizing them in the name of the Father
Mark 5- 9 thy name? And he answered, saying, My n.
s . 22 cometh one of the rulers. . Jairus[byuame]
6. 14 for his name was spread abroad : and he
9. 37 receive one of such children in my name
9. 38 saw one casting out devils in thy name
9. 39 man which shall do a miracle in my name
9. 41 give., a cup of water to drink in my name
11. 9 that cometh in the name of the Lord
ii. 10 [that cometh in the name of the Lord]
13. 6 many shall come in myname, saying, lam
13. 13 be hated of all (men) for my name s sake
16. 17 [In my name shall they cast out devils]
Luke i. 5 and his wife, .her name (was) Elisabeth
1. 13 a son, and thou shalt call his name John
i. 27 espoused to aman whose name was Joseph
i. 27 a virgin . .and the virgin s name (was) M.
i. 31 bring..a son, and shalt call his name Jesus
i. 49 For he that is mighty . .holy (is) his name
i. 59 Zacharias, after the name of his father
i. 61 none of thy kindred, .called by this name
1. 63 saying, His name is John. And they ma.
2. 21 his name was called Jesus, which was so
2. 25 man in Jerusalem, whose name (was) Si.
John
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Luke 6. 22 cart out your name an evil, for the Son
8. 30 Jecus asked him, saying, What is thy n.
9. 48 shall receive this child in my namereceiv.
9. 49 saw one casting out devils in thy name
to. 17 are subject unto us through thy name
10. 20 because your names are writton in heaven
n. 2 say, Our Father.. Hallowed be thy name
13. 35 he that cometh in the name of thn Lord
19. 38 King that ..nil. tli in the name of the Lord
21. 8 many Hhall come in my name, saying, ]
11. 12 before lungs and rulers for my name s a
i 17 he hated of all linen) for my nan.
J4. 1 8 the OOe Of them, whose name waaCleupas
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. 47 1.1- IIM arhedin his name among all nations
i. 6 man sent from (iod, whose name (was).l.
1. 12 (even) to them that believe on his name
2. 23 many believed in his name, when tin ,
3. 18 he hath not believed in the name of tin
5. 43 I am come in my Father s name, and ><
5. 43 another shall come in his own name Im-.
10. 3 and he calleth bis own sheep by name, a:id
10. 25 the works that I do in my Father s nan.-
12. 13 that cometh in the name of the Lord
12. 28 Father, glorify thy name. Then came there
14. 13 whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that
14. 14 If ye shall ask anything in my name, I
14. 26 whom the Father will semi in my name
15. 16 ye shall ask of the Father in my name, he
is- 21 will they do unto you for my name s sake
16. 23 Whatsoever ye shall ask. .in my name, lie
16.24 ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and
10. 26 that day ye shall ask in my name : and I
17. 6 I have manifested thy name unto the men
17. ii keepthrough thine own name those whom
17. 12 I kept them in thy name : those thatthou
17. 26 I have declared unto them thy name, and
18. 10 The servant s name was Malehus
20. 31 But. .ye might have life through his name
Acts 1.15 the number of the names together were
2. 21 whosoever shall call on the name of the
2. 38 be baptized every one of you in the name
3. 6 In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth
j. ib his name through faith in his name hath
4. 7 or by what name, have ye done this?
4. 10 the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, w.
4. 12 there is none other name under heaven
i 17 speak henceforth to no man in this name
4. 1 8 to speak .nor teach in the nameof Jesus
4. 30 done by the name of thy holy child Jesus
5. 28 that ye should not teach in this name?
5. 40 should not speak in the name of Jesus
5. 41 worthy to suffer shame for his name
8. 12 concerning, .the name of Jesus Christ
8. 16 baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus
9. 14 priesU to bind all that call on thy name
9. 15 to hear my name bef-ire the Gentiles, and
9. 16 things he must suffer for my names sake
9. 21 which called on this name in Jerusalem
9. 27 boldly at Damascus in the name of Jesus
9. 29 spake boldly in the name of the Lord Je
10. 43 through his name whosoever believeth in
10. 48 to be i. .iiit i/fd in the name of the Lord
13. 6 prophet, a Jew, whose name (was) Bar-J.
13. 8 for so is his name by interpretation
15. 14 take out of them a people for his name
15. 17 the (ientiles, upon whom my name is cat.
15. 26 for the name of our Lord Jesus Christ
16. 1 8 command theein the name of Jesus Christ
18. 15 if it be a question of words and names
19. . baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus
19. 1 3 call over them, .name of the Lord Jesus
19. 17 the nameof the Lord Jesus was magnified
21. 13 to die at Jerusalem for the name of the
22. 16 baptized . calling on the name of the Lord
6. 9 contrary to the name of Jesus of Nazareth
28. 7 of the chief man . whose name was Publ.
Uoin i. 5 the faith among all nations, for his name
2. 24 thenameof God is blasphemed among tit.-
q. 17 that my name illicit be declared thrum:!!
10. 13 whosoever shall call upon the nameof the
15. 9 I will confess, .and sing unto thy name
1 Co. i . 2 upon the name of Jesus Christ our Lord
1. 10 by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ
i. 13 or were ye baptized in the name of Paul?
i. 15 say that I had baptized in mine own name
5. 4 111 the name of our Lord JI-MIS chri>t
6. ii justified in the name of the Lord Jesus
1. 21 every name that is named, not only in
,. 20 in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ
-. y given him a name which is above every n.
, , That at the name of Jesus every knee
4. 3 and. whose names (are) in the l."..k of life
). 17 (do) all in the name of the Lord Jesus
. i-j That the name of our I-ord Jesus Christ
3. 6 in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ
6. i that the name of (iod and (his) doctrine
2 Ti. 2. 19 every one that nameth the name of Christ
Heb. i. 4 obtaineda morecTn llent name, than the\
2. 12 will declare thy name unto my brethren
6. 10 love, which ye have showed toward hum
13. 15 the fruit of (our) lips, .thanks to his name
Jas. 2. 7 Do not they blaspheme that worthy name
5. 10 who have spoken In the name of the Lord
5. 14 an.. i nt mg him with oil in the name of the
i Pe. 4. 14 ye be reproached for the name of Christ
i Jo. 2. 12 sins are forgiven you for hw name s sake
;. 23 we should believe on th.-ti.uiif of his Son
5. 13 [believe on the name of the Son irf <><><1|
S. 13 believe on the name of the Son of God
3 John 7 for his name s sake they went forth, tak.
14 salute thae. GTfcet the friends by name
*. 2. j for my name s sake hast laboured, and
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Rev. 2. ii thon boldest fast my name, and hast not
2. 17 in the stone a now name written, which
3. i thou halt a name that t ho 11 liveht, a. id art
3. 4 Thou hast a few names even n. Sardis
3. 5 blot out his name out of the i><...k i.t lid
3. 5 will confess his name before my Father
3. 8 kept my word, and bast not denied my n.
3. 12 upon him Die nameof my Hod, and tin n
3. ta and (I will write upon him) my new name
0. 8 his name that sat on him w;us Death, and
8. n the name of the star is railed Wormwood
9. ii whose name in the Hebrew tonkin- (i-) A
9. ii in the Greek tongue hath (his) name Ap
ii. 18 them that fear thy name, small and great
13. i and upon hishead.s the name of blasphemy
13. 6 to blaspheme hisuame.andhis tabernacle
13. 8 whose names aro not written in tin- honk
13. 17 name of the beast, or the number of his n.
14. i Father s name written In their for -In ads
14. ii whosoever receiveth the mark of his name
15. 2 the victory., over the number of his name
15. 4 not fear thee, <) Lord, ami glorify thy na
16. -i blasphemed the nameof God.which hath
17. 3 coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy
17. 5 upon her forehead (was) a name written
17. 8 whose names were not written in the book
19. 12 he had a name written that no man knew
19. 13 and his name is called The Word of God
19. 1 6 he hath on his thigh a name written. 1,1,1-
21. 12 and names written thereon, which are
21. 14 name of the twelve apostles of the Lamb
22. 4 and his name (shall be) in their foreheads
NAME, to
1 . To say, 17K amar.
i Sa. 16. 3 anoint unto me (him) whom I name unto
28. 8 me (him) up whom I shall name unto
Mic. 2. 7 O (thou that art) named The house of J a.
2. To speak, ~ty\ dabar, 3.
Gen. 23. id which he had named in the audience of
. ?. To mark out, define, 3pj naqab.
Isa. 62. 2 which the mouth of the Loui> shall name
Amos 6. i (which are) named chief of the nations, to
1. To call, K^JJ (jara.
i Sa. 4. 21 And she named the child I-chabod, saying
5. To place ({five) name as, Dip Q y sijti shum.
Dan. 5. 12 Daniel, whom the king named Belteslmz.
6. To place (yive) name as, oy D p sim shem.
3 Ki. 17. 34 children of Jacob, whom he named Israel
7. To say, call, \tytu leyo.
Matt. 9. ., be saw a man, named Matthew, sittting at
Mark 1 5. 7 And there was (one) named Barabbas,(wb
tf. 7 o namr, give a name, ovo/idfa onomazS.
I tike 6. 13 twelve, whom also he named apostles
6. 14 Simon, whom he also named Peter, and
Komi5. 20 the gospel, not where Christ was named
i Co. 5. i as is not 1 so much as named] among the
1 .i li. i. 21 and every name that is named, not only
3. 15 whole family in heaven and earth is named
5. 3 let it not be once named among you, as
2 Ti. 2. 19 every one that nameth the name of Christ
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I. (And) his (her) name was, DIP shem.
J osh. 2. i came into an harlot s house, named Rah.
i Sa. 17. 4 named Goliath, of Gath, whose height
22. 20 the son of Ahitab, named Abiathar, eeca.
2. Name, 6vona onoma.
Matt j;. 57 a rich man of Arimathea, named Joseph
Marki4. 32 to a place which was named Gethsemane
Luke i. 5 a certain priest named Zacharias, of the
1. 26 unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth
5. 27 saw a publican, named Levl, sitting at the
8. 41 behold, there came a man named Juinis
10. 38 a certain woman named Martha received
16. 20 there was a certain beggar named 10, 2.
23. 50 behold, (there was) a man named Joseph
John 3. i a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus
Acto 5. i But a certain man named Ananias, with
5. 34 a Pharisee, named Gamaliel, a doctor of
9. 10 disciple at Damascus, named Ananias; and
9. 12 seen in a vision a man named Ananias
9. 33 there he found a certain man name. I 1 nea^
9. 36 at Joppa.a certain disciple named Tahitha
n. 28 there stood up one of them named Agabus
12. 13 a damsel rame to hearken, named Kin-da
16. i disciple was there, named Timotheus. the
16. 14 certain woman named Lydia, a seller of
17. 34 woman named Damaris, and others with
18. 2 found a certain Jew named Aquila. horn
18. 7 a certain (man s) house, named Justus
18. 24 And a certain Jew named Apollos, horn
19. 24 For a certain (man) named Demetrius, a
20. 9 a certain young man named Kutv in>
21. 10 from Judea a certain prophet, named A
27. i unto (one) named Julius, a centurion of A.
NAMED, to be -
1.7*0 call a name. Of "jiJ tjara $h<-,n.
Oen. 27. to be said. Is not he rightly named Jacob?
2. To be called, N-ip qara, 2.
Gen. 48. 16 iind let my name be named on them, and
i Ch. jj. 14 his sons were named of the tribe of Lovi
NAPHTUHIM
Keel. 6. 10 is named already |ileb., its name is called]
Isa. 61. (, ye shall be named the priests of the l.oiui
Jer. 44. 20 that my name shall no mon,- be named in
3. To call, Ka\fia (Svof^a) kaleo (on
Luke _. 21 which was so named of the angel before he
19. 2 behold, (there was) a man named Zaccheus
NAMELY
In the, in this, iv rtf en td.
Rom 1 3. 9 comprehended in this saying, [namely ]
NA -MI, H
py; pleasant.
Wife of Kliim 1. . h, mother of Mahlon and Chilion, and
mother in law of Ruth the Moabitess. B.C. 1312.
Ruth i. 2 the name of his wife N., and the name of
i. 3 N. shii-knnl died; and she was lett and
i. 8 N. said unto her two daughters in law, Go
i. ii N. said, Turn again, my daughters; wliv
i. 19 moved about them., they said, (Is) ihis \.
i. 20 Call me not N., call me Mara: for the Aim.
j. 21 why(then) call ye me N., seeing the I.MKD
1. 22 N. returned, and Ruth the Moabitess, her
2. i N. had a kinsman of her husband s, a mi.
2. 2 the Moabitess said unto N., Let me now
2. 6 Moahitish damsel that came back with N.
a. 20 N. said unto her daughter in law, l;lehsi -d
2. 20 N. said unto her, The man (is) near of kin
2. 22 N. said unto Ruth her daughter in law
3. i Then X. her mother in law said unto her
4. 3 N., that is come again out of the country
4. 5 thou buyest the field of the hand of N.
4. 9 that I have bought all . .of the band of N.
4.14 the women said unto N., Blessed (be) the
4. 16 N. took the child, and laid it in her bosom
4. 17 a name, saying, There is a son born to N.
NA -PHISH, NE -PHISH, P ?j numerous.
1. A son of Ishinuel, son of Abraham and liagar. B.C.
1840.
Gen 25. 15 llodar, andTema, Jetur, N.,and Kt-dt tnah
i Ch. i. 31 Jetur, N.,and Kedemah. These arc tin KM n
2. His descendants, W. of Jordan, subdued along with
the llagarites and Jeter and Nodah by the two and a
half tribes.
i Ch. 5. 19 the Hagarites, with Jetur, and N., aud N.
NAPH-TA -LI, S?EJ wrestling.
1. Sixth son of Jacob, and second of Bilhah Eachd a
maid. B.C. 1747.
Gen. 30. 8 have prevailed: aud she called his name N.
35. 25 Bilhah, Rachel s handmaid ; Dan and N.
46. 24 the sons of X.; Jahzeel, and Guni, and J.
49. 21 N. (is) a hind let loose: he giveth goodly
Kxod. i. 4 Dan, and N., Gad, and Asher
i Ch. 2. 2 Dan, Joseph, and Benjamin, N., Gad, and
7. 13 The sons of N ;Ja/hiel, and Guni, and Ge.
2. His descendants and their territory which lay in
Galilee, E. of Asher and N. of Zebulun. See Hephthaliiii.
Num. i. 15 Of N.; Ahira the son of Euan
i. 42 Of the children of N., throughout their
1. 43 numbered of them,(even) of the tribe of N.
2. 29 X.: and the captain of the children of X.
7. 78 sou of Enan, prince of the children of N.
10. 27 host of the tribe of the children of N.
13. 14 Of the tribe of N., Nahbi the son of Vop.
26. 48 (Of) the sons of X. after their families: of
26. 50 families of X. according to their families
34. 28 prince of the tribe of the children of X.
Deut27. 13 Gad, and Asher.and Zebulun, Dan, andN.
33. 23 of X. he said, O N., satisfied with favour
34. 2 X., and the land of Ephraim. and Manas.
Josh 19. 32 children of X. (even) for the children of N.
19. 39 tribe of the children of X. according to
20. 7 appointed Kedesh in Galilee in mount N.
21. 6 out of the tribe of X., aud out of the half
21. 32 out of the tribe of X., Kedesh in Galilee
Judg. i. 33 Xeitherdid X. drive out the inhabitants
4. 6 ten thousand men of the children of X.
4. 10 Barak called Zebulun and X. to Kedesh
5. 18 Zebulun and X. (wen)a people (that) Jaop.
6. 35 unto Asher, undunto Zebulun, and untoX.
7. 23 gathered themselves together out of X.
1 Ki. 4. 15 Ahimaaz (was) in X.; he also took Basin.
7. 14 He (was) a widow s son of the tribe of N.
15. 20 and all Cinneroth, with all the land of N.
zKi. 15 29 and Gilead, and Galilee, all the land of N.
j Ch. 6. 62 out of the tribe of N.. and out of the tribe
6. 76 out of the tribe of X. ; Kedesh in Galilee
12. 34 of X. a thousand captains, and with them
12. 40 (even) unto Issacharand /.ebulun and X.
27. 19 of X. ; Jerimoth the son of Azriel
2 Ch.i6. 4 Abel-maim, and all the store cities of X.
34. 6 and Ephraim, and Simeon, cveu unto X.
Psa. 68. 37 princes of /ebulun, (and) the princes of N.
Isa. 9. i the land of /ebulun. and the land of X.
Eze. 48. 3 even unto the west side, a (portion for) N.
48. 4 by the border of X., from the east side
48. 34 of Gad, one gate of Asher, one gate of X.
The following localities were in the territory of Xaphtali
: Adamah, Adami. Allon. Aznoth- tabor, Beth-anath,
.11, -IIH --ill, Kn ha/or, liammath, Mammon. Uazor,
lleleph. llorem. Hukkok. Ijon, Iron, Jal>neel. Kartan,
Kcdcsh.Kirjathaim. l.akum. Mindal-el, Xeker, Rakkath,
Hainan. TUhb. Zaanannim, Zer, Ac.
NAPH-TTJ -HM, CTJBSJ.
The inhabitants of Central Egypt, as .the Pathrusim
.ire of I pper Egypt.
Gen. 10. i ; txvat l.udim Anamiin.andLehabim .X.
( h ..11 begat Ludim . . Anamim, and Lehabim . . X.
NAPKIN
ran
Napkin, handkerchief, (rovSdptov (Lat. irudariuin).
Luke i y. 10 which I have kept laid up in a napkin
Jubiiu. 44 and his face was bound about with a ua.
jo. 7 the napkin, that was about his head, not
NAR CIS -SUS, NdpKtffffos Jlower causing lethargy.
A believer at Rome, whose household Paul salutes;
perhaps the favourite freedman of Claudius the emperor.
Komi . ii Greetthem that be of.. N., which are in the
NARROW, (to be)
1.7% be narrow, shut, stopped, Dtjx atam.
Ere. 40. 16 narrow windows to the little chambers
41. 16 The door posts, and the narrow windows
41. 26 narrow windows and palm trees on the
J. To be narrow, pressed, PN uts.
Josh 1 7. 15 if mount Ephraim be too narrow for thee
. i. To be straitened, distressed, i*; yatsar.
Isa. 49. 19 shall even now be too narrow by reason of
4. Strait, i tsar.
Mum 22. 26 went further, and stood in a narrow place
Prov 23. 27 and a strange woniau (is) a narrow pit
[>. To be straitened, "ny txarar.
Isa. 28. 20 covering narrower than that he can wrap
6. Compressed, 6\l&w thlibo (pass, partie. t.
Matt. 7. 14 narrow (is) the way, which leadeth unto
NARROW
Closed, latticed, D Z?BN [atam (pass, partic.)].
i Ki. 6. 4 for the house he made windows of narrow 1.
NARROWED rests
Ledge.s, rests, niyup miyraoth.
1 Ki. 6. 6 he made narrowed rests round about, that
NARROWLY, to look
To observe, ivtttch, take heed, 115^ shainar.
Job 13. 27 and lookest narrowly unto all my paths
NA -THAN, jnj giver.
1. A son of David, born after he came to reign over
Israel. B.C. 1030.
Sa. 5. 14 Shammuah, and Shobab. .N. . .Solomon
i Ch. 3. 5 N., and Solomon, four, of liathshua the d.
14. 4 Shammua, and Shobab, N., aud Solomon
2. ^toe of David s prophets. B.C. 1040.
2 Sa. 7. 2 the king said unto X-. the prophet, See now
7. 3 N. said to the king, Go, do all that (is) in
7. 4 the word of the LOKD came unto N., say.
7. 17 According to all. .so did N. speak untoi).
12. i the LORD sent N unto David. And he c
12. 5 he said to N., (As) the LoRDliveth. them
it. 7 And N. said to David, Thou (art) the man
12. 13 David said unto N . . I have sinned against
it. 13 N. said unto David, The LORD also hath put
12. 15 N. departed unto his house And the L
12. 25 he sent by the hand of N. the prophet; and
i Ki. i. 8 N. the prophet, and Shimei, and Rei, and
i. 10 N. the prophet, and Benaiah, and the mi.
i. ii N. spake unto Hath-sheba the mother of
i. 22 And, lo. .N. the prophet also came in
i. 23 told the king, saying. Behold N. the prop.
i. 24 And N. said, My lord, O king, hast thou
i. 32, 38, 44 N the prophet, and Benaiah the
i. 34 let Zadok the priest and N. the prophet,
i. 45 priest and N. the prophet have anointed
1 Ch.i?. i David said to N the prophet, Lo, I dwell
17. 2 N. said unto David, Do all that(is)in thine
17. 3 that the word of God came to N., saying
17. 15 According to all. .so did N. speak unto D.
29. 29 in the book of N. th prophet, and in the
2 Ch. 9. 29 not written in the book of N. the prophet
29. 25
of Gad the king s seer, aud N. the prophet
Psa. 51. title. Jf. the prophet came unto him, after he
3. From Zobah in Syria, and father of Igal, one of
David s valiant men. B.C. 1070.
2 Sa. 23. 36 Igal the son of N. of Zobah, Bani the Ga
4. Father of Azariah who was over Solomon s officers.
B.C. 1060.
i Ki. 4. 5 the son of N. (was) over the officers ; and
6. Father of Solomon s chief officer. B.C. 1060.
i Ki. 4. 5 the son of N. (was) principal officer, (and)
6. Son of Attai, and father of Zabad, of the family of
Jerahmeel. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 2. 36 Anil Attai begat N. , and N. begat Zabad
7. Brother of Joel, one of David s valiant men. B.C. 1048.
1 Ch.n. 38 the brother of N., Mibharthe son of Hag.
8.A chief man who returned from exile with Ezra. B.C.
457-
Kzra 8. 16 for N., and for Zechariah, and for Mesh.
9. One of the family of lianni who had taken a strange
wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 39 And Shelemiah, and X., and Adaiah
10.A chief man in Israel. 8.0.1030.
Zech. 12. 12 the family of the house of N. apart, and
11. An ancestor of JeMtt.
Luke 3. 31 (the son) of N., which was (the son) of D.
NA-THAN JCB -LECH, ^p-JW ttu> kimj is giver.
A eunuch or chamberlain of king Josiah. B.C. 640.
2 Ki 23. ii the chamber of N. the chamberlain, which
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NA-THA-lfA -EL, Naflovo^A gift of God.
\ n.ciivi- of i 111. i in Galilee , supposed tn be the Hnnic
us liartlwlumc.w the apostle.
Joint .
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I hilip flnduth X., ami saith unto him,We
c N. suitl unto him, Can thorn uny good th.
47 Jesus Haw N. coining to him, ami saith of
48 N. saith unto liim, When > kimuest thou
49 N. answered and saith unto him. Kuhhi
. and N. of Cana in Galilee, and the (suns)
NATION
}.A nation, .19* umrnah.
Kzra 4. 10 tin: rest, of tin- nations whom the great and
Dun. 3. 4 Toyouitii commanded, Opeople,natloni
3. 7 people, the nations, and the languages, fell
3. 29 That every people, nation, and language
4. i unto nil people, nations, ami languages
5. ig nations, and languages, trembled and IV.
6. 25 Darius wrote iinl .-ill people, 11:1! ions, and
7. 14 that all people, nations, und laivnaj/e ,
2. A nation, corporate, body, *ia
</oi.
Oeii. 10. 5 after their families, in their nations
10. 20 in their countries, (and) in their nations
10. 31 tongues, in their lands, after their nations
10. 32 after their generations, in tin ir nations
10. 32 and by these were the nations divided in
12. 2 I will make of thee a . rr.it nation, and
14. i king of I. him, and Tidal king of nations
14. 9 of I. him, and with Tidal km- of nations
15. 14 And also that nation, whom they shall
17. 4 and thou shalt bo a father of many nations
17. 5 a father of many nations have I made thee
17. 6 I will make nationsof thee, and kinys shall
17. 16 she shall bo (a mother) of nations ; kings
17. 20 beget, and 1 will make him a great nation
18. 1 8 surely become a great and mighty nation
18. 18 all the nations of the earth shall be blessed
20. 4 Lord, wilt thou slay, .a righteous nation ?
21. 13 of the bond woman will I make a nation
21. 18 hand ; for I will make him a great nation
22. 18 And in thy seed shall all the nations of
25. 23 Two nations (are) in thy womb, and two
26. 4 shall all the nations of the earth he bles.
35. ii a nation, and a company of nations
46. 3 I will there make of thee a great nation
48. 19 seed shall become a multitude of nations
Exod. 9. 24 land of Kgypt since it became a nation
19. 6 a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation
32. 10 and I will make of thee a great nation
33. 13 and consider that this nation (is) thy pe.
34. 10 done in all the earth, nor in any nation
34. 24 I will cast out the nations before thee
Lev. 1 8. 24 for in all these the nations are defiled w
18. 28 as it spued out the nations that (were)
20. 23 not walk in the manners of the nations
N nm 1 1. 12 and will make of thee a greater nation and
14. 15 then the nations which have heard the f.
23. 9 not be reckoned among the nations
24. 8 he shall eat up the nations his enemies
24. 20 said, Ainulek (was) the first of the nations
Deut. 4. 6 the nations, which shall hear all these st.
4. 7, 8 what nation (Is there so) great
4. 27 LORD shall scatter yon among the nations
4. 34 take him a nation from the midst of (ano.)
4. 34 nation, by temptations, by signs, and by
4. 38 To drive out nations from before thee gre.
7. i hath cast out many nations before thee
7. i nations greater and mightier than thou
7. 17 These nations (are) more than I ; how can
7. 22 l. in i> thy God will put out those nations
8. 20 As the nations which the LORD dcstroyeth
9. i to go in to possess nations greater and
9. 4, 5 but for the wickedness of these nations
9. 14 I will make of thee a nation mightier and
11. 23 will the LORD drive out all these nations
11. 23 and ye shall possess greater nations and
12. 2 all the places wherein the nations which
12. 29 shall cut off the nations from before thee
12. 30 How did these nations serve their gods?
15. 6 and thou shalt lend unto many nations
15. 6 and thou shalt reign over many nations
17. 14 like as all the nations that (are) about me
18. 9 after the abominations of those nations
18. 14 For these nations, which thou shalt pog.
19. i LORD thy God hath cut off the nations
20. 15 which (are) not of the cities of these nat.
26. 5 became there a nation, great, mighty, and
26. 19 And to make thee high above all nations
28. i will set thee on high above all nations of
28. 12 and thou shalt lend unto many nations
28. 36 unto a nation which neither thou nor thy
28. 49 The IX>RD shall bring a nation against thee
28. 49 a nation whose tongue thou shalt not un.
28. 50 A nation of fierce countenance, which sh.
28. 65 among these nations shalt thou find no
29. 16 how we came through the nations which
29. 18 go (and) serve the gods of these nations
29. 24 Even all nations shall say, Wherefore hath
30. i call (them) to mind among all the nations
31. 3 he will destroy these nations from before
32. 8 divided to the nations their inheritance
3?. 21 provoke them to anger with a foolish na.
32. 28 For they (are) a nation void of counsel
32. 43 Rejoice, O ye nations, (with) his people
Josh 23. 3 your God hath done unto all thee nations
23. 4 have divided tinto you by lot these nations
23. 4 with all the nations that I have cut off
23. 7 That ye come not among these nations
23. r; from before you great nations and strong
23. 12 cleave unto the remnant of these nations
23. 13 drive out (any of) these nations from U.-1.
Judg _.
2.
1 Sa. 8.
8.
2 Sa. 7.
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18.
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19.
21.
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1 6.
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Job 12.
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NATION
21 the nations which Joshua left when he d.
13 Therefore the l.< >Kl> leit those nations, wl.
1 Now these (are) the nations win. h th, I..
5 make us a king to Judge n.- like all the n
jo That we aim n.a>
I,,- like all the nation*
:n And what one nation in the earth (U)like
.
j Kpypt, (from) the nationsand tin ir godnT
11 he had dedii -ati d of all nations which he
31 his fame was in all nations round about
2 Of the nation* (coneerninu) which the L.
24 to all the abomination-, of the nations wh.
10 there is 110 nation or Kingdom uhitheriny
10 took an oath of the kingdom and nation
06 The nations whieli thoii h.i-i i . nio.ed.and
29 Howbeit every nation made ^od.t ol their
29 every nation in their cities wherein they
. after the ma 1 1 m Tot th > nations w ! ion i they
41 So these nations feared the IRL>, and se.
33 Uath any of the gods of the nation- ,|,-h
12 Have the gods of tluj nations delivered
17 have destroyed the nation- and theirUnd*
9 did the nations whom the LORD destroyed
17 brought the fear of him upon all nations
20 (when) they went from nation to nation
31 and let (men) sayamoiig the nations, The
21 And what one nation in the earth (is dike
21 by drivingout nations from before th\ p.
11 that he brought from all fthese) nations
6 And nation was destroyed of nation, and
13 were the godsof the nations of those lands
14 among all the gods of those nations that
15 for no god of any nation or kingdom was
17 As the godsof the nationsof (other) lands
23 was magnified in the sight of all nations
ao yet among many nations was there no king
23 increase!!) the nations, and destroyeth
23 enlargeth the nations,aml straiteneth them
ig whether (it be done) against a nation, or
17 into hell, (and) all the nation- that forget
20 (that) the nations may know themselves
27 kindreds of the nations shall worship be.
28 and he (is) the governor among the nat.
12 Blessed (is) the nation whose God (is) the
1 plead my cause againstan ungodly nation
7 his eyes behold the nations : let not the
2 thy saving health among all nations
11 fall down before him ; all nations shall
17 in him : all nations shall call him blessed
8 the earth : for thou shalt inherit all nat.
4 let us cut them oil from (being) a nation
9 All nations whom thou hast made shall
1 3 they went from one nation to anot her, from
5 may rejoice in the gladness of thy nation
27 overthrow their seed also among the ua.
4 The LORD(U)higb above all nations, (and)
1 O praise the LOKD, all ye nations: praise
10 All nations compassed me about : but in
10 Who smote great nations, and slew mig.
20 He hath not dealt so with any nation: and
34 Righteousness exalteth a nation : butsiu
4 Ah sinful nation, a people laden with in.
2 the hills; and all nations shall flow unto
4 And he shall judge among the nations
4 nation shall not lift np sword against it
26 he will lift ui> an ensign to the nations
1 beyond Jordan, in Galilee of the nations
3 Thou hast multiplied the nation, (and)
6 send him against an hypoerilii-ul nation
7 to destroy aud cut off nations not a few
12 he shall set irp an ensign for the nations
4 kingdoms of nations gathered together
6 he that ruled the nations in anger, is p.
9 hath raised up. .all the kings of the nat.
12 ground, which didst weaken the nations!
1 8 All the kings of the nations, (even) all of
26 that is stretched out upon all the nat.
32 then answer the messengers of the nation?
2 io, ye swift messengers, to a nation sea.
2, 7 hitherto ; a nation meted out and trod.
3 her revenue; and she is a mart of nations
3 the city of the terrible nations shall fear
7 aud the veil that is spread over all nations
2 that the righteous nation which ki-ejicth
15, 15 Thou hast increased the nation
7, 8 the multitude of all the nations
28 to sift the nations with the sieve of vanity
3 at the lifting up of thyself the nations
1 Come near, ye nations, to hear; and he.
2 indignation of the LoRD(is) upon all nat.
18 Hath any of the gods of the nations del.
12 Have the gods of the nations delivered
1 5 Behold, the nations (are) as a drop of a b.
17 nations before him (are) as nothing; and
2 gave .nations before him, and mad< (bun)
9 Let all the nations be gathered together
1 holden.tosubdue nations before him; and
20 ye (tb*t are) escaped of the nations- they
7 to him whom tin- nation ahliorreth, to a
10 his holy arm in the eyes of all the nations
15 So shall he sprinkle many nations : the
5 thou shalt call anation..and natioiis(that)
3 Ma nation that did righteousness, and
12 For the nation and kingdom that will not
12 yea,(those)uations shall he utterly wasted
22 and a small one a strong nation : I the L.
11 praise to spring forth before all tin- nations
2 the nations may tremble at thy presence
i unto a nation (that) was not called by my
8 shall a nation be born at once? for as soon
18 I will gather all nations and tongueejajid
i<) that escape of them unto the nations, (to)
20 out of all nations, upon horses, and iu c.
NATION 688 NAVE
Jer. i. 5 ordained theea prophet unto the nations
1. TO I have this day sttthee over the nations
2. ii Hath a nation changed (thfir)Kd*, which
3. 17 all the nations shall In- leathered unto it
3. 19 a goodly heritage of the hosts of nations
4. 2 the nations shall bless themselves in him
4. 16 Make ye mention to the nations; behold
5. 9, 29 soul be avenged on such a nation as
5. 15 1 will bring a nation, .a mighty nation, it
c. 15 an ancient nation,a nation whose language
6. 18 Therefore hear, ye nations, and know, O
6. 22 great nation shall be raised from the sides
7. 28 This(is)anationtliatobeyeth not the voice
9. 9 soul be avenged on such a nation as this?
9. 26 forall (these) nations (are) uncircumcised
10. 7 Who would not fear thee, O king of nat ?
10. 7 as among all the wise (men) of the nations
10. 10 the nations shall not be able to abide his
12. 17 utterly pluck up and destroy that nation
18. 7, 9 I shall speak concerning a nation, and
18. 8 If that nation, against whom I have pro.
22. 8 And many nations shall pass by this city
25. 9 against all these nations round about, and
25. ii these nations shall serve the king of Ba
25. 12 punish the king of Babylon, and that na.
25. 13 hath prophesied against all the nations
25. 14 For many nations and great kings shall
25. 15 and cause all the nations, to whom I send
25. 17 made all the nations to drink, unto whom
25. 31 LORD hath a controversy with theinations
25. 32 evil shall go forth from nation to nation
26. 6 make this city a curse to all the nations of
27. 7 And all nations shall serve him, and his
27. 7 many nations and great kings shall serve
27. 8 the nation and kingdom which will
27. 8 that nation will I punish, saith the LOKI>
27. ii But the nations that bring their neck 11.
27. 13 LORD hath spoken against the nation that
28. ii from the neck of all nations within the s.
28. 14 iron upon the neck of all these nations
29. 14 and I will gather you from all the nations
29. 1 8 reproach, among all the nations whither
30. ii though I make a full end of all nations
31. 7 and shout among the chief of the nations
31. 10 Hear the word of the LORD, O ye nations
31. 36 also shall cease from being a nation bet .
33. 9 and an honour before all the nations of
33. 24 should be no more a nation before them
36. 2 against all the nations, from the day I s
43. 5 that were returned from all nations whi.
44. 8 reproach among all the nations of the ea.
46. 12 nationshave heard of thy shame, and thy
46. 28 will make a full end of all the nations w
48. 2 let us cut it off from (being)a nation
49. 31 get you up unto the wealthy nation that
49. 36 shall be no nation whither the outcasts
50. 2 Declare ye among the nations, and publ
50. 3 there coineth up a nation against her. w
50. 9 an assembly of great nations Irom the n
50. 12 behold, the hindermost of the nations
30. 23 become a desolation among the nations
50. 41 and a great nation, and many kings shall
50. 46 and the cry is heard among the nations
51. 7 nations have drunken, .therefore the na
51. 20 with thee will I break in pieces the nations
51. 27 among the nations, prepare the nations
51. 28 Prepare against her the nations with the
51. 41 become an astonishment among the nat
51. 44 nations shall not flow together any more
Lam. i. i she (that was) great among the nations
4. 17 we have watched for a nation (that) could
Ezu. 2. 3 a rebellious nation that hath rebelled ag
5.5! have set it in the midst of the nations
5. 6 into wickedness more than the nations
5. 7, 7, 14, 15 the nations that (are) round ah
5. 8 midst of thee in the sight of the nations
6. 8 shall escape the sword among the nations
6. 9 shall remember me among the nations w
12. 15 whenlshall scatter them among thenati
19. 4 The nations also heard of him ; he wasta.
19. 8 Then the nations set against himon every
25. 10 may not be remembered among the nati
26. 3 will cause many nations to come up aga
26. 5 and it shall become a spoil to the nations
28. 7 upon thee, the terrible of the nations and
29. 12 scatter the Egyptians among the nations
29. 15 exalt itself any more above the nations
29. 15 they shall no more rule over the nations
30. ii the terrible of the nations,shall be brought
30. 23, 26 scatter the Egyptians among the nat
31. 6 under his shadow dwelt all great nations
31. 12 strangers, the terrible of the nations, have
31. 16 I made the nations to shake at the sound
32. 2 Thou art like a young lion of the nations
32. 9 bring thy destruction among the nations
32. 12 terrible of the nations, all of them ; and
32. 16 the daughters of the nations shall lament
32. 18 and the daughters of the famous nations
35. 10 two nations and these two countries shall
36. 13 devourest. .men, and hast bereaved thy n.
36. 14 neither bereave thy nations any more, sa.
36. 15 neither shalt thou cause thy nations to
37. 22 I will make them one nation in the land
37. 22 they shall be no more two nations, neither
38. 12 people (that are) gathered out of the nat.
38. 23 be known in the eyes of many nations
39. 27 in them in the sight of many nations
Dan. 8 2J shall stand up out of the nation, but not
12. i such as never was since there was a nation
Hos. 8. 10 though they have hired amongthe nations
9. 17 they shall be wanderers among the nations
Joel i. 6 For a nation is come up upon my land, str.
Joel 3. 2 I will also gather all nations, and will br.
3. 2 they have scattered among the nation,
Amosti. i (which are) named chief of the nations to
6. 14 I will raise up against you a nation. < Ii
9. 9 sift the house of Israel among all nations
Mic. 4. 2 And many nations shall come, and say
4. 3 and rebuke strong nations afar otf ; and
4. 3 nation shall not lift up. .against nation
4. 7 her that was cast far off a strong nation
4. ii Now also many nations are gathered agai.
7. 16 The nations shall see, and be confounded
Nah. 3. 4 that selleth nations through her whored.
3. 5 I will show the nations thy nakedness
Hab. i. 6 (that) bitter and hasty nation, which sh.
j. 17 not spare continually to slay the nations.
2. 5 but gathcreth unto him all nations, and
2. 8 Because thou hast spoiled many nations
3. 6 he beheld, and drove asunder the nations
Zeph. 2. i yea, gather together, O nation not desired
2. 5 Woe unto, .the nation of theCherethites!
2. 14 all the beasts of the nations: both the
3. 6 I have cut otf the nations : their towers
3. 8 my determination (is) to gather the nati.
Hag. 2. 7 all nations, and the desire of all nations
2. 14 so (is) this nation before me, saith the
Zech. 2. 8 sent me unto the nations which spoiled
2. ii many nations shall be joined to the LORD
7. 14 among all the nations whom they knew
8. 22 strong nations shall come to seek the L.
8. 23 hold out of all languages of the nations
12. 9 the nations that come against Jerusalem
14. 2 will gather all nations against Jerusalem
14. 3 forth, and fight against those nations, as
14. 16 the nations which came against Jerusalem
14. 19 all nations that come not up to keep the
Mai. 3. 9 ye have robbed me, (even) this whole nat.
3. 12 all nations shall call you blessed: for ye
3. ,4 nation, people, OiK1
? leom.
Gen. 27. 29 people serve thee, and nations bow down
1 sa. 47. 3 shall subdue, .the nations under our feet
57. 9 I will sing unto thee among the nations
67. 4 let the nations be glad, and siug for joy
67. 4 thou shalt . . govern the nations upon earth
108. 3 sing praises unto thee among the nations
Prov 24. 24 the people curse, nations shall abhor him
Isa. 17.12 the rushing of nations, (that) make a rush.
17. 13 The nations shall rush like the rushing
51. 4 give ear unto me, O my nation : for a law
4.A people, oy, oy am.
Exodzi. 8 to sell her unto a strange nation he shall
Deut. 2. 25 nations (that are) under the whole heaven
4. 6 understanding in the sight of the nations
4. 19 unto all nations under the whole heaven
4. 27 LORD shall scatter you among the nations
14. 2 all the nations that (are) upon the earth
28. 33 shall a nation which thou knowest not eat
28. 37 among all nations whither the LORD shall
30. 3 gather thee from all the nations, whither
1 Ch. 16. 24 his marvellous works among all nations
2 Ch. 7. 20 proverb and a by word among all nations
13. 9 the manner of the nations of (other) lands
Neh. i. 8 will scatter you abroad among the nations
9. 22 thou gavest them kingdoms and nations
Psa. 96. 5 the gods of the nations (are) idols : but
106. 34 did not destroy the nations, concerning
Eze. 38. 8 it is brought forth out of the nations, and
5. Generation, race, yfvfd genea.
Phil. 2. 15 midst of a crooked and perverse nation
G. Generation, race, ytvos genos.
Mark 7. 26 was a Greek, a Syrophenician by nation
Gal. i. 14 above many my equals in mine own nat.
7.A nation, t6vos ethnos.
Matt.- 1 . 43 and given to a nation bringing forth the
24. 7 For nation shall rise against nation, and
24. 9 ye shall be hated of all nations for my
24. 14 preached, for a witness unto allnations
25 32 before him shall be gathered all nations
28. 19 teach all nations, baptizing them in the
Mark 1 1 17 My house shall be called of all nations
13. 8 For nation shall rise against nation, and
13. 10 must first be published anio:i<_
r all nations
Luke 7. 5 he loveth our nation, and he hath built us
12. 30 these things do the nations of the world
21. 10 Nation shall rise against nation, and king.
21. 24 shall be led away captive into all nations
21. 25 upon the earth distress of nations, with
23. 2 found this (fellow) perverting the nation
24. 47 preached in his name among all nations
Johnn. 48 and take away both our place and nation
1 1. 50 die . . and that the whole nation perish not
ii. 51 that Jesus should die for that nation
ii. 52 not for that nation only, but that also
18. 35 Thine own nation and the chief priests
Acts 2. 5 men, out of every nation un*er heaven
7. 7 nation to whom they shall be in bondage
10. 22 good report among all the nation of the
10. 35 in every nation he that feareth him, and
13. 19 he had destroyed seven nations in the
14. 16 Who in times past suffered all nations to
17. 26 hath made of one blood all nations of men
24. 2 worthy deeds are done unto this nation
24. 10 of many years a judge unto this nation
24. 17 I came to bring alms to my nation, and
26. 4 first among mine own nation at Jerusalem
28. 19 that I had ought to accuse my nation of
iUiiu. i. 5 obedience to the faith among all nations
4. 17 have made thee a father of many nation.-
4. 18 might become the father of many nations
10. 19 (and) by a foolish nation 1 win anger you
Rorui6. 26 made known to all nations forthe obedience
Gal. 3. 8 preached. .Intheushallallnation.sbeblcss.
1 Pe. -2. 9 ye (are), .an holy nation, a pcculiarpeople
Rev. 2. 20 him will I give power over the nations
5. 9 kindred, and tongue, and people, and na,
7. 9 all nations, and kindreds, and people, and
10. ii many peoples, and nations, and tongues
n. 9 kindreds, and tongues, and nations, shall
11. 1 8 the nations were angry, and thy wrath is
12. 5 was to rule all nations with a rod of iron
13. 7 all kindreds, and tongues, and nations
14. 6 every nation, and kindred, and tongue, and
14. 8 she made all nations drink of the wine of
15. 4 all Illations] shall come and worship before
1 6. 19 the cities of the nations fell : and great
17. 15 and multitudes, and nations, and t< ugues
1 8. 3 all nations have drunk of the wine of the
18. 23 by thy sorceries were, .nations deceived
19. 15 that with it he should smite the nations
20. 3 he should deceive the nations no more, till
20. 8 shall go out to deceive the nations which
21. 24 the nations of them which are saved shall
21. 26 bring the glory and honour of the nations
22. 2 leaves.. (were)forthehealingofthenation4
8. Nations, peoples, rnsx ummoth.
Gen. 25. 16 twelve princes according to their nations
9. Land, country, px erets.
Isa. 37. 18 the kings..have laid waste all the nations
NATION, of one s own
Aboriginal, native, indigenous, rnix ezrach.
Lev. 18. 26 (neither) any of your own nation, nor any
NATIVE, NATIVITY
1. Birth, kindred, rnVia moledeth.
Gen. ii. 28 Haron died. .in the land of his nativity
Ruth 2. ii thy mother, and the land of thy nativity
Jer. 22. 10 return no more, nor see his native country
46. 16 and let us go. .to the land of our nativity
Eze. 16. 3 and thy nativity (is) the land of Canaan
16. 4 (as for) thy nativity, in the day thou wast
23. 15 of Chaldea, the land of their nativity
2. A cutting out, birth, n-i DC mekurah.
Eze. 21. 30 wast created, in the land of thy nativity
NATURAL (force), nature
1. Origin, birth, -yei/tvis genesis.
Jas. i. 23 man beholding his natural face in a glass
3. 6 setteth on tire the course of nature ; and
LAccording to nature, Kara (pvatv kata phusin.
Rom ii. 21 if God spared not the natural branches
ii. 24 these, which be the natural (branches), be
3. Natural, belonging to nature, <f>vffin6s phusikos.
Rom. i. 26 women did change the natural use into
1. 27 men, leaving the natural use of the woman
2 Pe. 2. 12 as natural brute beasts, made to be taken
L Nature, <t>vffis phusis.
Rom. i. 26 the.. use into that which is against nature
2. 14 do by nature the things contained in the
2. 27 not uucircumcision which is by nature
ii. 24 the olive tree, which is wild by nature
ii. 24 wert graffed contrary to nature into a
1 Co. ii. 14 Doth not even nature itself teach you, that
Gal. 2. 15 We (who are) Jews by nature, and not si.
4. 8 unto them which by nature are no gods
Eph. 2. 3 and were by nature the children of wrath
2 Pe. i . 4 ye might be partakers of the divine nature
s. Animal, sensuous, tyvxtKos psuchikos.
1 Co. 2. 14 But the natural man receivethnot the tli.
15. 44 It is sown a natural body ; it is raised a
15. 44 There is a natural body, and there is a
15. 46 whichis spiritual, but that which is natural
ti.Moistness, freshness, greenness, r6 leach.
Deut 54. 7 was not dim, nor his natural force abated
NATURALLY
I. Genuinely, sincerely, yvri<riws gnesios.
Phil. 2. 20 who will naturally care for your state
1. Naturally, QVCTIKUS phusikos.
Jude 10 but what they know naturally, as brute b.
NAUGHT. NAUGHTINESS, NAUGHTY
1. Without profit, worthless, h&? beliyyaal.
Prov. 6. 12 Anaughty person, a wicked man, walketh
I.Afischief, calamity, n;n hawah.
Prov ii. 6 shall be taken in (their own) naughtiness
17. 4 (and) a liar giveth ear to a naughty tongue
3. Evil, bad, jn ra.
2 Ki. 2. 19 the water (is) naught, and the ground b.
Prov.2o. 14 (It is) naught, (it is) naught, saith the b.
Jer. 24. 2 other basket (had) very naughty figs, wh.
4. Evil, badness, IP roa.
i Sa. 17. 28 pride, and the naughtiness of thine heart
5. Badness, evil, wickedness, KO.KIO. kakia.
Jaa. i. 21 superfluity of naughtiness, and receive
NA -UK. Naou/u, from Heb. C*nj comfort.
An ancestor of Jesus, through Mary.
Luke 3. 25 which was(the sou)of N., which was (the
NAVE
Nave, back, ring, 13 gab.
i Ki. 7. 33 theiraxletrees. and their naves, and their
NAVEL 689 NEBUCHADNEZZAR
KAVEL -
1. Navel, nerve, sineto, ~& shor.
Prov. 3. 8 it shall be health to thy navel, and marrow
Eze. 16. 4 day thou wast born thy navel was not cut
LMuxcle or sinew, "Hy sharir.
Job 40. 16 and his force (is) in the navel of his belly
3. Navel, Typ sharer.
Song 7. 2 Thy navel (Is like) a round goblet, (which)
NAVY (of ships)
A ship, navy, JK oni.
i Ki. 9. 26 And king Solomon made a navy of ships
9. 27 And Hiram sent in the navy his servants
10. 1 1 And the navy also of Hirarn, that brought
10. 22 For the king hail at sea a navy of Tharsh.
10. 22 with the navy of Hiram, .came the navy
KAY
l.Not, bx al.
Judgig. 23 Nay, my brethren, (nay), I pray you, do
2. No, tblo.
Gen. 1 3. 15 And he said, Nay; but thou didst laugh
23. ii Nay, my lord, hear me : the field give I
3. But, except, unless, a\\d alia.
Rom. 7. 7 Nay, I had not known sin but by the law
8. 37 Nay, in all these things we are more than
1 Co. 6. 8 Nay, ye do wrong, and defraud, and that
12. 22 Nay, much more those members of the b.
4. No, not, ov ou.
Matt. 5. 37yourcommunicationbe,Yea,yea;Nay;naJ
13. 29 Nay ; lest, while ye gather up the tares, ye
John 7. 12 said, Nay; but he deceiveth the people
Acts 16. 37 nay verily ; but let them come themselves
2 Co. i. 17 there should be yea yea, and nay nay?
i. 18 our word toward you was not yea and nay
i. 19 was not yea and nay, but in him was yea
Jas. 5. 12 let your yea be yea ; and (your) nay, nay
5.No, not, o j\i ouchi.
Luke 1 2. 51 I tell you, Nay ; but rather division
13- 3> 5 ^> av : but, except ye repent, ye shall
16. 30 Nay, father Abraham : but if one went
Rom. 3. 27 of works? Nay; but by the law of faith
KAY but
Therefore indeed, yea verily, fj.fvovvye menounge.
Rom. 9. 2o[Nay but,] Oman, who art thou that repli
KAY...KEITHER
Also. ..also, D3...C3 gam. ..gam.
Jer. 6. 1 5 nay, they were not at all ashamed, neither
KAZ-AR-EKE, Nafapa o y. A native of Nazareth.
Matt. 2. 23 which was spoken . . He shall be called a N
Acts 24. 5 man . . a ringleader of the sect of the N
NAZ-AR -ETH, Naap0, -tr, -d0, -a.
A city in Zebulun, in Lower Galilee, seventy miles N.
of Jerusalem, six miles W. of Mount Tabor, and twentyfour
S.E. of Accho or Acre. It is not mentioned in the
Old Testament, but still exists under the name of
tl-Nazirah.
Matt. 2. 23 he came and dwelt in a city called N.; th.
4. 13 leaving N.,he came and dwelt in Capern.
21. ii This is Jesus the prophet of N. of Galilee
26. 71 This (fellow) was also with Jesus of N.
Mark i. 9 Jesus came from N. of Galilee, and was
1. 24 what have we to do with thee. .J of N
10. 47 when he heard that it was Jesus of N he
14. 67 And thou also wast with Jesus of N.
1 6. 6 Ye seek Jesus of N., which was crucified
Luke i . 26 was sent . . unto a city of Galilee, named N
2. 4 out of the city of N. , into J udea, unto the
2. 39 returned into Galilee, to their own city N
2. 51 came to N., and was subject unto them
4. 16 he came to N., where he had been brought
4.34 what have we to do with thee . . J esus of N
18. 37 they told him. thai Jesus of N. passeth by
24. 19 Concerning Jesus of N., which was a pro.
John 1.45 have found . . J esus of N. the son of Joseph
1. 46 Can there any good thing come out of N.?
18. 5 They answered him, Jesus of N. Jesus
18. 7 Whom seek ye? And they said, Jesus of N.
19.19 writing was, Jesus of N. the king of the J.
Acts 2. 22 Jesus of N., a man approved of God among
3. 6 In the name of Jesus Christ of N. rise up
4. 10 by the name of Jesus Christ of N., whom
6. 14 Jesus of N. shall destroy this place, and
10. 38 How God anointed Jesus of N. with the
22. 8 I am Jesus of N., whom thou persecutest
26. 9 thing contrary to the name of Jesus of N.
HAZ-AR-ITE, TJJ separated.
The appellation of one who by a vow refrains from
certain things for a longer or shorter time.
Num. 6. 2 separate (themselves) to vow a vow of a N.
6. 13 this (is) the law of the N., when the days
6. 18 N. shall shave the head of his separation
6. 19 shall put (them) upon the hands of the N.
6. 20 and after that the N. may drink wine
6. 21 This (is) the law of the N. who hath vowed
Judg 13. 5, 7 the child shall be a N. unto God from
1 6. 17 I (have been) a N. unto God from my mo.
Lam. 4. 7 Her N. were purer than snow, they were
Amos 2. ii And I raised up. .of your young men for N.
2. 12 ye gave the N. wine to drink; andcomm.
KE -AH, njJIB the settlement.
A city in Zebulun.
Joah 19. 13 and goeth out to Remmon-methoar, to N.
KE-A-FO -LIS, NtckroAis.
A Seaport on the E. of Macedonia, ten miles S.E. of
Philippi, on the Sinus Strymonicus ; now called
Kavalla.
Acts 16. ii to Samothracia, and the next (day) to X.
KEAR, KEARER, (unto or to)
1. To the hand of, "^"7M
el yad.
2 Sa. 14. 30 Joab sttcld is near mine, and he hath bar.
2. Near, V^K etsel.
Deuti6. 21 a grove of any trees near unto the altar
Prov. 7. 8 Passing through the street near her corner
Dan. 8. 17 he came near where I stood ; and when he
3. By the hand, T ?K al yad.
Josh. 15. 46 all that (lay) near Ashdod, with their
2 Ch.ai. 16 Arabians, that (were) near the Ethiopians
4. To touch, come upon, strike, jnj naga.
Judg. 20. 34 but they knew not that evil (was) near
S.Near, 3iijj qarob.
Gen. 19. 20 this city (is) near to flee unto, and it (is)
45. 10 thou shall be near unto me, thou, and thy
Exodi3. 17 land of the Philistines, .that (was) near
Lev. 21. 2 his kin that is near unto him, (that is)
Ruth 3. 12 howbeit there is a kinsman nearer than
1 Ki. 8. 46 unto the land of the enemy, far or near
21. 2 it (is) near unto my house : and I will give
2 Ch. 6. 36 captives unto a land far off or near
Psa. 22. ii for trouble (is) near ; for (there is) none
75. i (that) thy name (is) near thy wondrous w.
119. 151 Thou (art) near, O LORD ; and all thy
148. 14 children of Israel, a people near unto him
Prov 10. 14 mouth of the foolish (is) near destruction
27. 10 better (is) a neighbour (that is) near, than
Isa. 13. 22 her time (is) near to come, and her days
33. 13 and ye (that are) near, acknowledge rny
50. 8 (He is) near that justifleth me ; who will
51. 5 My righteousness (is) near; my salvation
55. 6 Seek, .call ye upon him while he is near
56. i for my salvation (is) near to come, andmy
57. 19 Peace .to (him that is) near, saith the L.
Jer. 12. 2 thou (art) near in their mouth, and far
25. 26 the kings of the north, far and near, one
48. 16 The calamity of Moab (is) near to come
48. 24 the cities of the land of Moab, far or near
Eze. 6. 12 he that is near shall fall by the sword
7. 7 the day of trouble (is) near, and not
ii. 3 (It is) not near ; let us build houses : this
22. 5 (Those that be) near, and (those that be)
30. 3 (is) near, even the day of theLoRD(is)near
Dan. 9. 7 all Israel, (that are) near, and (that are)
Joel 3 14 day of the LORD (is) near in the valley
Obad. 15 the day of the LORD (is) near upon all the
Zeph. 1. 14 great day of the LORD (is) near, (it is) near
Q. Necessary, closely connected, avayxaJioranagkaios.
Acts 10. 24 called, .his kinsmen and near friends
7. Nigh, tyyvs effgus.
Matt 24 33 know that it is near, (even) at the doors
Marki3. 28 leaves, ye know that summer is near
John 3. 23 also was baptizing in Aenon near to Salim
ii. 54 unto a country near to the wilderness
S.Nigher, nearer, fyyv-rtpov e.ijguteron.
Rom 13. ii now (is) our salvation nearer than when
9 Close to, near, ir^ffiov plesion.
John 4. 5 near to the parcel of ground that Jacob
[See also Bring, come, draw, go, kin, kinsman, kins
woman.]
KEAR, to be
1. To be nigh, &}} nagash.
Job 41 16 One is so near to another, that no air
2. To be near, 3-5^ qarab.
Lam. 4. 1 8 our end is near, our days are fulfilled ; for
3. To see. nto raah.
Jer. 52. 25 of them that were near the king s person
KE-AR-I AH, nnj,1
} Jah drives avmy.
1. Grandson of Sheehaniah, descended from David.
B.C. 456.
i Ch. 3. 22 and Igeal and Bariah, and N., and Simp.
3. 23 the sons of N. ; Elioenai, and Hezekiah
2. A Simeonite captain who smote the remnant of the
Amalekites in Mount Seir B.C. 722
i Ch. 4. 42 N., and Rephaiah, and Uzziel, the sons
KE -BAI, 3 J marrowy, projecting [V.T,. 213]. A person or family that with Nehemiah sealed the cove
nant. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 19 Hariph, Anathoth, N.
KE-BA -JOTH, KE-BA -IOTH, rivaj, .i 3J husbandry.
1. Eldest son of Ishmael son of Hagar 8.0.1840.
Gen. 25. 13 the first born of Ishmael, N. ; and Kedar
28. 9 the daughter of Ishmael . . the sister of N.
36. 3 Bashem., Ishmael s daughter, sisterof N.
i Ch. i. 29 The first born of Ishmael, N. ; then Kedar
2. His descendants, the Nabatheans, in Arabia Petraea
and Arabia Felix.
Isa. 60. 7 the rams of N. shall minister unto thee
NE-BAL -LAT, B*3J hard, firm.
A city in Judah or Benjamin, now called Sir Nebala.
Neh. ii. 34 Hadid, Zeboim, N.
KE -BAT, 03} look, cultivation.
Father of Jeroboam who rebelled against Rehoboam,
and became the first king of the ten tribesof Israel, and
set up the two golden calves at Bethel and Dan. B.C.
iota
1 Ki ii. 26 the son of N., an Ephrathite of Zereda
12. 2 the son of N., whowasyetin Egypt, heard
12. 15 LORD spake, .unto Jeroboam the son of N.
15. i the. .year of king Jeroboam the son of N.
ID. 3 like the house of Jeroboam the son of N.
16. 26 in all the way of Jeroboam the son of N.
16. 31 walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son of N.
21. 22 like the house of Jeroboam the son of N.
22. 52 in the wayof Jeroboam the son of N., who
2 Ki. 3. 3 unto the sins of Jeroboam the son of N.
9. 9 like the house of Jeroboam the son of N.
10. 29 (from) the sins of Jeroboam the son of N.
13. 2 followed the sins of Jeroboam, .son of N.
13. it all the sins of Jeroboam the son of N.,who
14. 24 all the sins of Jeroboam the son of N.
15. 9, 18, 24, 28 sins of Jeroboam the son of N.
17. 21 they made Jeroboam the son of N. king
23. 15 high place which Jeroboam the son of N.
2 Ch. 9. 29 visions, .against Jeroboam the son of N.?
10. 2 when Jeroboam the son of N. . .heard (it)
10. 15 which he spake, .to Jeroboam the son of N\
13. 6 Yet Jeroboam the son of N. . .is risen up
KE -BO, 13} height.
1. A city in Reuben, E. of Jordan
Num32. 3 Elealeh, and Shebani, and N., and Beon
32. 38 N., and Baal-meon, their names being c.
33. 47 and pitched in the mountains, .before N.
i Ch. 5. 8 Bela the son of Azaz. .even unto N. and
Isa. 15. 2 Moab shall howl over N., and over Med.
Jer. 48. i Woe unto N. ! for it is spoiled ; Kiriathaim
48. 22 upon Dibon, and upon N., and upon Beth.
2. A mount E. of Jordan over against Jericho, in Moab,
part of the Abarim range, with a top called Pisgah, six
miles W. of Heshbon.
Deut 32.49 Get thee up. .(unto) mount N., which (is)
34. i went up . . unto the mountain of N. , to the
3. A twofold city in Judah; perhaps Beith-Nube, near
Lydda.
Ezra 2. 29 The children of N., fifty and two
Neh. 7. 33 The men of the other N., fifty and two
4. The name of a Chaldean idol.
Isa. 46. i Bel boweth down, N. stoopeth; their idols
5. The ancestor of certain Jews who had taken strange
wives during or after the captivity.
Ezra 10. 43 Of the sons of N., Jeiel, Mattithiah, Zab.
NE-BTJ-CHAD-KEZ -ZAR, or REZ -ZAR, n$Kji;2},
TONj-1313}, 1VJ"}3 3}, n5?Ny!ri3:, isro3).
Son of Nabopolassar, and king of Babylon who invaded
J udah, captured J erusalem, destroyed it and the temple,
carried the inhabitants to Babylon, set up a golden
image in the plain of Dura, put three young men into
the fiery furnace, became proud, had a dream which
Daniel explained, was driven for a time from men, but
restored and praised God. B.C. 600.
2 Ki.24. i In his days N. king of Babylon came up
24. 10 At that time the servants of N. king of B.
24. ii N. king of Babylon came against the city
25. i N. king of Babylon came, he, and all his
25. 8 which (is) the nineteenth year of king N.
25. 22 people . . whom N. king of Babylon had left
1 Ch. 6. 15 carried away Judah. .by the hand of N.
2 Ch.36. 6 Against him came up N. king of Babyloc
36. 7 N. also carried of the vessels of the house
36. 10 when the year was expired king N. sent
36. 13 he also rebelled against king N.. who had
Ezra i. 7 which N. had brought forth out of Jerus.
2. i whom N. the king of Babylon had carried
5. 12 he gave them into the hand of N. the ki.
5. 14 which N. took out of the temple that (was)
6. 5 which N. took forth out of the temple w.
Neh. 7. 6 whom N. the king of Babylon had carried
Esth. 2. 6 whom N. the king of BabyIon had carried
Jer. 21. 2 for N. king of Babylon niaketh waragain.
21. 7 into the hand of N. kingof Babylon, and
22. 25 even into the hand of N. king of Babylon
24. i after that N. king of Babylon had carried
25. i that (was) the first year of N. king of B.
25. 9 take. .N. the king of Babylon, my servant
27. 6 given all these lands into the hand of N.
27. 8 which will not serve the same N. the king
27. 20 Which N. king of Babylon took not, when
38. 3 that N. king of Babylon took away from
28. ii Even so will I break the yoke of N. king
28. 14 that they may serve N. king of Babylon
29. i all the people whom N. had carried away
29. 3 whom Zedekiah . . sent unto Babylon to N.
29. 21 I will deliver them into the hand of N.
32. i year . . which (was) the eighteenth . . of N.
32. 28 into the hand of N. king of Babylon, and
34. i when N. kingof Babylon, .fought against
35. ii when N. kingof Babylon came up into the
37. i whomN. kingof Babylonmade king..of J.
39. i came N. king of Babylon and all his army
39. 5 they brought him up to N. king of Baby.
39. 1 1 Now N. king of Babylon gave charge co.
43. 10 I will send and take N. the king of Bab.
44. 30 gave Zedekiah . .into the hand of N. king
46. 2 which N. king of Babylon smote in the
46. 13 howN. king of Babylon should come (and)
46. 26 into the hand of N. king of Babylon, and
49. 28 which N. kingof BabyIon shall smite, thus
49. 30 for N. kingof BabyIon hath taken counsel
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NEBUSHASBAN 690 NEEDY
Jer. 50 17 N. king of Babylon hath broken his bones
51. 34 N. the king of BabyIon hath devoured me
52. 4 X. king of Babylon came, lie and allhisa.
52! 12 the nineteenth year of N. king of Babylon
52. 28 the people whom N. carried away captive
52. 29 In the eighteenth year of N. he carried
52 3o In the three and twentieth year of N.
Eze 26. 7 will bring upon Tyrus N. king of Babylon
29. 18 N. king of Babylon caused his army to s.
29. 19 I will give the land of Egypt unto N. king
-o. 10 cease by the hand of N. king of Babylon
Dan. i. i came N. king of Babylon unto Jerusalem
1. 18 then the prince..brouKhttliein in before N.
2. i in the second year of the reign of N., N.
2. 28 maketh known to the king N. what shall
2. 46 N. fell upon his face, and worshipped D.
3. i N. the king made an image of gold, whose
3. 2 N. the king sent to gather together the
32 3i 3. 5. 7 image which N. the king had set
3 . 9 said to the king N., O king, live for ever
3. 13 N. in (his) rage and fury commanded to br.
3. 14 N. spake and said unto them, (Is it) true
3. 16 ON., we (are) not careful to answer thee in
3. 19 Then was N. full of fury, and the form of
3. 24 N. the king was astonied, and rose up in
3 26 N came near to the mouth of the burning
3. 28 N. spake, and said, Blessed (be) the God of
4. i N. the king, unto all people, nations, and
4 4 I N. was at rest in mine house, and flour.
4! 18 This dream I king N. have seen. Now thou
4. 28 All this came upon the king N.
4. 31 (saying), O king N., to thee it is spoken
4. 33 same hour was the thing fulfilled upon N.
L. 34 I N. lifted up mine eyes unto heaven, and
, 37 I N. praise and extol andhonourthe King
5 2 N had taken out of the temple which (wa)
5! ii N. thy father, the king, I (say), thy father
5. 18 God gave N. thy father a kingdom, and
NE-BTJ-SHAS -BAN, J^jpiaj.
A prince of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon. B.C. 600.
Jer. 39. 13 N., Rabsaris, and Nergal-sharezer, Rab.
NE-BU-ZAR-A -DAN, nl3}.
The captain of the guard whom Nebuchadnezzar left
behind him in Jerusalem for a time. B.C. 600.
2 Ki. 25. 8 came N., captain of the guard, a servant
25. ii did y., the captain of the guard, carry a.
25. 20 And N., captain of the guard, took these
Jer. 39. 9 N. the captain of the guard carried away
39. 10 N. the captain of the guard left of the
39. 1 1 to N. the captain of the guard, saying
39. 13 So N. the captain of the guard sent, and
40. i N. the captain of the guard had let him
41. 10 N. the captain of the guard had commit.
43. 6 N. the captain of the guard kad left with
52. 12 carme N., captain of the guard, (which) t.
52. 15, 30 N. the captain of the guard carried a.
52. 16 N. the captain of the guard had left(ce.)
52.26 N. the captain of the guard took them, and
NECESSARY, NECESSITY, (must of)
I. Statute, pn choq.
Job 23. 12 esteemed the words, .more than my nee.
2.Necessary, avayKaios anaykaios.
Acts 13. 46 It was necessary that the word of God
i Co. 12. 22 members, .which seem, .feeble, are nece.
a Co. 9.5! thought it necessary to exhort the
Phil. 2. 25 Yet I supposed it necessary to send to you
Titus 3. 14 maintain good works for necessary uses
3. Necessity, avdynri anaijke.
i Co. 7. 37 having no necessity, but hath power over
9. 16 for necessity is laid upon me ; yea, woe is
a Co. 6. 4 in afflictions, in necessities, in distresses
9. 7 not grudgingly, or of necessity : for God
12. 10 I take pleasure, .in necessities, in perse.
Phm. 14 should not be as it were of necessity, but
Heb. 7. 12 there is made of necessity a change also
9. 16 must also of necessity be the death of the
9. 23 (It was) therefore necessary that the pat.
4. The things necessary, TO. tirdvayKes to. epanaQkes.
Acts 15.28 greater burden than these necessary things
5. Use, need, necessity, xPf ^a chreia.
Acts 20. 34 have ministered unto my necessities, and
28. 10 laded (us) with such things as were [nee.]
Rom 12. 13 Distributing to the necessity of saints
Phil. 4. 16 ye sent once and again unto my necessity
NECESSITY, of
1.7*0 have necessity, ?xw o-vdyK^v echo anaQken.
Lukez3. 17 [For of necessity he must release one unto]
2. Necessary, avayKaios anaykaios.
Heb. 8. 3 (it is) of necessity tkat this man have so.
NE -CHO, i2}.
An appellation given to the king of Egypt who succeeded
Psammetichus and fought against Nabopolassar in the
days of king Josiah, and after making Eliakim (or
Jehoiakim) king, carried off Jehoahaz his brother to
Egypt. B.C. 610. See also Pharaoh.
2 Ch.35. 20 N. king of Egypt came up to fight against
35.22 hearkened not unto the words of N. fron
36. 4 N. took Jehoahaz his brother, and carried
NECK
1. Throat, neck, nn^i? gargeroth.
Prov. i. 9 unto thy head, and chains about thy neck
3. 3 bind them about thy neck ; write them
3. 22 life unto thy soul, and grace to thy neck
6. 21 thine heart, (and) tie them about thy neck
2. Throat, ]rij garon.
Isa. 3. 16 walk with stretched forth necks, and wa.
Eze. 16. ii upon thy hands, and a chain on thy neck
3.Bone or vertebrae, rig"]?.
1
? maphreqeth.
1 Sa. 4. 1 8 the gate, aud his neck brake, and he died
[.Neck, back, f\~$! oreph.
Gen. 49. 8 (shall be) in the neck of thine enemies ; thy
Lev. 5. 8 and wring off his head from his neck, but
Deut3i. 27 I know thy rebellion, and thy still neck: b.
9 Sa.22. 41 Thou hast also given me the necks of mine
2 Ki. 17. 14 would not hear, but hardened their necks
17. 14 like to the necJc of their fathers, that did
2 Ch.36. 13 but he stiffened his neck, and hardened
Neh. 9. 16 hardened their necks, and hearkened not
9. 17 but hardened their necks, and in their re.
9. 29 hardened their neck, and would not hear
Job 16. 12 he hath also taken (me) by my neck, and
Psa. 18. 40 Thou nast also given me the necksof mine
Prov 29. i being often reproved, hardeneth (his) neck
Isa. 48. 4 and thy neck (is) an iron sinew, and thy
Jer. 7. 26 their ear, but hardened their neck : they
IT. 23 made their neck stiff, that they might not
19. 15 because they have hardened their necks
5. Neck, nape, nxjs tsavvar.
Gen. 27. 16 hands, aud upon the smooth of his neck
27. 40 shalt break his yoke from off thy neck
33. 4 fell on his neck, and kissed him : and they
41. 42 and put a gold chain about his neck
45. 14 he fell upon his brother Benjamin s neck
45. 14 wept ; and Benjamin wept upon his neck
46. 29 he fell on his neck, aud wept on his neck
Dent 28. 48 he shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck
Josh. 10. 24 put your feet upon the necks of these ki.
10. 24 and put their feet upon the necks of them
Judg. 5. 30 for the necks of (them that take) the sp.?
8. 21 ornaments that (were) on their camel s n.
8. 26 chains that (were) about their camel s ne.
Nh. 3. 5 but their nobles put not their necks to
Job 15. 26 runneth upon him, (even) on (his) neck
39. 19 hast thou clothed his neck with thunder?
41. 22 In his neck remaiueth strength, and sor.
Psa. 75. 5 horn on high : speak (not) with a stiff n.
Song i. 10 rows (of jewels), thy neck with chains (of
4. 4 Thy neck (is) like the tower of David bu.
7. 4 Thy neck (is) as a tower of ivory ; thine
Isa 8. 8 he shall reach (even) to the neck : and the
10. 27 his yoke from off thy neck, and the yoke
30. 28 shall reach to the midst of the neck, to
52. 2 loose thyself from the bands of thy neck
Jer. 27. 2 Make.. yokes.and put them upon thy neck
27. 8 that will not put their neck under the
27. ii the nations that bring their neck under
27. 12 Bring your necks under the yoke of the
28. 10 yoke from off the prophet Jeremiah s neck
28. 1 1 from the neck of all nations within the
28. 12 had broken the yoke from off the neck of
28. 14 iron upon the neck of all thes nations
30. 8 I will break his yoke from off thy neck
Lam. i. 14 are wreathed, (and) come up upon my n.
5. 5 Our necks (are) under persecution: we la.
Eze. 21. 29 upon the necks of (them that are) slain
Dan. 5. 7, 29 a chain of gold about his neck, and
5. 16 (have) a chain of gold about thy neck, and
Hos. 10. ii I passed over upon her fair neck: I will
Mic. 2. 3 from which ye shall not remove your ne.
Hab. 3. 13 discovering the foundation unto the neck
6. Neck, D Ji^s tsavveronim.
Song 4. 9 of thine eyes, with one chain of thy neck
7. Neck, Tpaxr?A.os trachelos.
Matt 18. 6 a millstone were hanged about his neck
Mark 9. 42 a millstone were hanged about his neck
Lukeis- 20 ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him
17. 2 a millstone were hanged about his neck
Acts 15. 10 a yoke upon the neck of the disciples
20. 37 and fell on Paul s neck, and kissed him
Rom.i6. 4 for my life laid clown their own necks
NECK, to break, cut or strike off the
To break the neck, behead, cause to drop, py araph.
Exodis. 13 thou shalt break his neck: and all the
34. 20 if thou redeem (turn) not. .break his neck
Deut2i. 4 shall strike off the heifer s neck there
Isa. 66. 3 a lamb, (as if) he cut off a dog s neck
NECROMANCER
To enquire at the dead, c ro D rren SK en? [donah]
DeutiS. ii a charmer, .or a wizard, or a necromancer
NE-DAB-I AH, n;?na Jah is willing, liberal.
Son of Jeconiah, son of Jehoiakim king of Judah. B.C. 590.
1 Ch. 3. 18 Shenazar, Jecamiah, Hoshama, and N.
NEED, needs, needful, to need
1. Needful things, necessaries, rnni?n chashchuth.
Ezra 7. 20 whatsoever more shall be needful for the
Z.Need, want, lack, niono machsor.
Deutis. 8 surely lend him sufficient for his need
3. Necessity, need, TJ* tsorek.
2 Ch. 2. 16 will cut wood, .as much as thou shalt n.
^.Necessity, avayicr) anaQke.
Heb. 7. 27 Who needeth not daily, as those high
Jude 3 it was needful for me to write unto you
5. It bchoveth, 5 I dei.
Acts 15. 5 it was needful to circumcise them, and
t Pe. i. 6 if need be, ye are in heaviness through
6. To owe, be under obligation, o<t>d\<a ophnlO.
i Co. 7. 36 need so require, let him do what he will
7. To wantbesides,needmore, vpncrSco^ai prosdcomai
Acts 17. 25 as though he needed any thing, seeing he
8. Use, need, necessity, XP( ^a c/tr a-
Matt. 3. 14 I huve need to be baptized of thee, and c.
6. 8 Father knoweth what things ye have need
g. 12 They that be whole need not a physician
14. 16 They need not depart ; give ye them to eat
21. 3 ye shall say, The Lord hath need of them
26. 65 what further need have we of witnesses .
Mark 2. 17 They that are whole have no need of the
2. 25 read what David did, when he had need
n. 3 say ye that the Lord hath need of him
14. 63 saith, What need we any further witnes.?
Luke 5. 31 They that are whole need not a physician
9. ii and healed them that had need of healing
10. 42 But one thing is needful : and Mary hath
15. 7 nine just persons, which need no repen.
19. 31 say unto him, Because the Lord hath need
19. 34 And they said, The Lord hath need of him
22. 71 they said, What need we any further wi. 1
!
John 2. 25 needed not that any should testify of man
13. 10 He that is washed ueedeth not save to w.
13. 29 Buy . .that we have need of against the f.
10. 30 needest not that any man should ask thee
Acts 2. 45 parted them to all . . as every man hud need
4. 35 unto every man according as he had need
i Co. 12. 21 eyecannotsay unto the hand, I have no n.
12. 21 the head to the feet, I have no need of you
12. 24 For our comely (parts) have no need : but
Eph. 4. 28 that he may have to give to him that ne.
Phil. 4. 19 But my God shall supply all your need ac.
i Th. i. 8 so that we need not to speak anything
4. 9 ye need not that I write unto you ; for ye
5. i But. .ye have no need that I write unto
Heb. 5. 12 ye have need that one teach you again w.
5.12 are become such as have need of milk, and
7. ii what further need, .that another priest s.
10. 36 have need of patience, that, after ye have
i Jo. 2. 27 and ye need not that any man teach you
3. 17 seethhis brother have need, and shutteth
Rev. 3. 17 increased with goods and have need of 11.
21. 23 the city had no need of the sun, neither
22. 5 they need no candle, neither light of the
9. To want, need, xphfa chrezo.
Luken. 8 and give him as many as he ne. ; zCo. 3.1.
W. Necessary, avayxalos anaykaios. Phil. i. 24.
NEED of, to have -
1.7*0 abate, lack, ifn chaser.
Prov 31.11 trust . . so that he shall have no need of sp.
2. Lacking, ~icn chaser.
1 Sa. 21. 15 Have I need of mad men, that ye have br.
3. To have need, nyn chashach.
Ezra 6. 9 that which they have need of, both young
4.7*0 want, need, XP^CW chrezo.
Matt 6. 32 Father knoweth that ye have need of all
Lukei*. 3o Father knoweth that ye have needof these
Rom 16. 2 in whatsoever business she hath need of
NEEDFUL, things which ar
Thethingssi/itable,convenient,TafirirriS(iaef)itedeia
Jas. 2. 16 those things which are needful to the body
NEEDLE
A needle, pa.())is rhaphis.
Matt 19. 24 for a camel to go through the eye of a ne.
Markio. 25 for a camel to go through the eye of a ne.
LukeiS. 25 for a camel to go through a [needle s] eye
NEEDLE WORK (wrought with)
1. Work of the embroiderer, Cfh nyxs [maaseh],
Exod26. 36 thie twined linen, wrought with needle w.
27. 16 flue twined linen, wrought with needle w.
28. 39 thou shalt make the girdle (of) needle wo.
36. 37 scarlet, and fine twined linen, of needle w.
38. 18 hanging for the gate of the court, .n. w.
39. 29 blue, and purple, and scarlet, of needle w.
^.Embroidered work, nspi riqmah.
Judg. 5. 30 a prey of divers colours of needle work, of
5. 30 of divers colours of needle work on both s.
Psa. 45. 14 shall be brought, .in raiment of needle w.
NEEDS, mutt
1.7*0 be necessary, tx01 ^va.yKi]v, dvdyKij ianv.
Matt 1 8. 7 for [it] must needs be that offences come
Lukei4. 1 8 ground, and I must needs go and see it
Rom 13. 5 must needs be subject, not only for wrath
I.It behoveth, 5e? dei.
Marki3. 7 must needs be; 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 fui.
17 3 that Christ must needs have suff. 21. 22.
2 Co. ii. 30 If I must needs glory, I will glory of the
3. By all means it behoves, irdvrus it! pantos dei.
Acts 31. 22 [the multitude must needs come together]
NEEDY
I. Needy, desiring, )V?K ebyon.
Deut 15. ii to thy poor, and to thy needy, in thy land
24. 14 oppress an hired servant, .poorand needy
Job 24. 4 They turn the needy out of the way: the
24. 14 killeth the poor and needy, and in the ni.
Psa. 9.18 For the needy shall not alway be forgotten
12. 5 for the sighing of the needy, now will I
35. 10 poorand the needy from him that gpoileth
37. 14 to cast down the poor and needy, .to slay
40. 17 Butl. .poorandneedy. .the Lordthinketh
70. 5 But I (am) poor and needy ; make haste
72. 4 he shall save the children of the needy, and
72. 12 he shall deliver the needy when he crieth
NEESING NEITHER
Psa. 72. 13 He shall spare the poor ami needy
72. 13 and shall save the souls of the needy
74. -21 let the poor and needy praise thy name
83. 4 Deliver the poor and needy : rid. .out of
36. i Loill), hear me; for I (am) poor and needy
109. 16 persecuted the poor and needy man, that
109. 22 I (am) poor and needy, and my heart is
113. 7 IIe..lifteth the needy outof the dung hill
I rov3o. 14 to devour the poor, .and the needy from
31. 9 and plead the cause of the poor and needy
31. 20 shereacheth forth her hands to the ueedy
Isa. 14. 30 the needy shall lie down in safety : and
25. 4 a strength to the needy in his distress, a
32. 7 to destroy.. even when the needy speaketh
41. 17 (When) the poor and needy seek water
Jer. 5. 28 the right of the needy do they uot judge
22. 16 He judged the cause of the poorand needy
Eze. 16. 49 strengthen the hand of the poor and ne.
18. 12 Hath oppressed the poor and needy, hath
22. 29 have vexed the poor and needy ; yea, they
Amos 4. i which oppress the poor, .crush the needy
8. 4 Hear this, O ye that swallow up the needy
8. 6 That we may huy . .the needy for a pair of
2. Lean, thin, weak, Vn dal.
Isa. 10. 2 To turn aside the needy from judgment
26. 6 the feet of the poor, .the steps of the ne.
3. Afflicted, humble, poor, }y ani.
ProV3i. 20 she stretcheth out her hand to the poor
4. To be poor, lacking, t?n rusk.
Psa. 82. 3 do justice to the afflicted and needy
NEESING
A sneesing, V oy, atishah.
Job 41. 18 By his neesingsalight doth shine, and his
NE-GI -NAH, NE-GI -NOTH, nirij, nj JJ.
A kind of stringed instrument.
Psa. 4. title. To the chief musician on Neginoth
[So in Psa. 6. 54. 55. 61. 67. 76.]
NEGLECT, (to hear) to
1. To be careless, not to care, a./j.e\fia ameleo.
1 Ti. 4. 14 Neglect not the gift that is in thee, which
Heb. 2. 3 How shall we escape, if we neglect so gr.
2. To view amiss, overlook, neglect, irapaQfutptta.
Acts 6. i because their widows were neglected in
3. To hear amiss, disregard, trapaKovta parakouo.
Matt 18. 17 if he shall neglect to hear them, tell (it)
18. 17 if he neglect to hear the church, let him
NEGLECTING
Unsparing severity, a<pfi$ia. apheidia.
Col. 2. 23 and humility, and neglecting of the body
NEGLIGENT, to be
1. To be deceived, at rest, nty skalah, 2.
2 Ch.29. ii My sons, be not now negligent; for the
2. To be careless, not to care, a.fj.\t(a ameleo.
2 Pe. i. 12 Wherefore [I will not be negligent] to put
NE-HE-LA -MITE, p^nj, O^ra.
Patronymic of Shemaiah, a presumptuous person whom
God reproved by the mouth of Jeremiah.
Jer. 29. 24 thou also speak to Shemaiah the N., say.
29. 31 saith . . LORD concerning Shemaiah the N.
29. 32 I will punish Shemaiah the N., and his
NE-HEM-I AH, Tan} Jah is comfort.
l.A chief man who returned from exile. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 2 N., Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshau
Neh. 7. 7 N., Azariah, Raaiuiah, Nahamani, Mord.
2. The son of Halachiah, who being cup bearer to
Artaxerxea, was sent by him to Jerusalem where he
became governor for many years. B.C. 445.
Neh. i. i The words of N. the son of Hachaliah
8. 9 N., which (is) the Tirshatha, and Ezra the
10. i Now those that sealed (were) N., the Tir.
12. 26 and in the days of N. the governor, and
1 2. 47 all Israel . . in the days of N. , gave the por.
3. A person who repaired a portion of the wall. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 16 After him repaired N. the son of Azbuk
NE-HI -LOTH, niynj.
Name of a music choir, infteritance.
Psa. 5. title. To the chief musician upon Nehiloth
NE -HTTM, Din} comfort.
A chief man that returned from the exile with Zerubbabel
; called Jiehuni. in Ezra 2. 2. B.C. 536.
Neh. 7. 7 Who came withZerubbabel. .M., Baauah
NE-HtTSH -TA, Knyn) basis, ground, support.
Wife of Jehoiakim and mother of Jehoiachin. B.C. 600.
2 Ki. 24. 8 his mother s name (was) N., the daughter
NE-HTJSH -TAN, jnynj brazen serpent.
The contemptuous appellation given by Hezekiah to the
brazen serpent made by Moses in the wilderness, when
men began to worship it.
2 Ki. 18. 4 brake the images, .and he called it N.
NE-I -EL, Vyj dwelling of God.
Acity in Asher(orNaphtali),iiear Beth-emek; now Mi ar.
.Tosh. 19. 27 toward the north side of . .N., and goeth
NEIGH, to
To cry aloud, neigh, hrrf tsahal.
Ter. 5. 8 everyone neighed after his neighbour s w.
NEIGHBOUR
1. Neighbour, e<{ual, fellow, rrpy amith.
Lev. 6. 2 lie unto his neighbour in that which was
Lev. 6. 2 by violence, or hath deceived his neighb.
18. 20 thou .-.h. ilt not lie carnally with thy neig.
19. 15 in righteousness shalt thou judge thy ne.
19. 17 thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy ueighb.
24. i
, if a man cause a blemish in his neighbour
25. 14 if thou sell ought unto thy neighbour, or
25. 14 buyest. .of thy neighbour s hand, ye shall
25. 15 after the jubilee thou shalt buy of thy u.
%.Near one, unjj qarob.
Kxoil ;_-. 27 his companion, and every man his neigh.
Josh. 9. 16 they heard that they (were) their neighb.
Psa. 15. 3 nor taketh up a reproach against his nei.
Eze. 23. 5 on her lovers, on the Assyrians (her) nei.
23. 12 She doted upon the Assyrians (her) neigh.
3.Friend, companion, neig/ibour, jn rea.
Exodn. 2 let every man borrow of his neighbour
20. 16 shalt not bear false witness against thy n.
20. 17 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour s ho.
20. 17 thou shalt not covet thy neighbour s wife
20. 17 nor his ass, nor any thing that (is) thy ne.
21. 14 if a man come presumptuously upon his n.
22. 7 If a man shall deliver unto his neighbour
22. 8 he have put his hand unto his neighbour s
22. 9 he shall pay double unto his neighbour
22. 10 If a man deliver unto his neighbour an ass
22. ii that he hath not put his hand unto his
22. 14 if a man borrow, .of his neighbour, and it
22. 26 If thou at all take thy neighbour s raime.
Lev.;i9. 13 Thou shalt not defraud thy neighbour, n.
19. 16 thou stand against the blood of thy neig.
19. 1 8 thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
20. 10 that committeth adultery with his neigh.
Deut. 4. 42 which should kill his neighbour unawares
5. 20 Neither, .bear false witness against thy n.
5. 2T Neither shalt thou desire thy neighbour s
5. 21 neither shalt thou covet thy neighbour s
5. 21 his ass, or any (thing) that (is) thy neighb.
15. 2 Every creditor that lendeth . . unto his ne.
15. 2 he shall not exact (it) of his neighbour, or
19. 4 Whoso killeth his neighbour ignorantly
19. 5 a man goeth into the wood with his neig.
19. 5 lighteth upon his neighbour, that he die
19. ii if any man hate his neighbour, and lie in
19. 14 Thou shalt not remove thy neighbour s 1.
22. 24 because he hath humbled his neighbour s
22. 26 for as when a man riseth against his nei.
23. 24 When thou comest into thy neighbour s
23. 25 comest into the standing corn of thy nei.
23. 25 thou shalt not move a sickle unto thy ne.
27. 17 he that removeth his neighbour s land m.
27. 24 Cursed (be) he that smiteth his neighbour
Josh.2o. 5 because he smote his neighbour unwitti.
Ruth 4. 7 plucked off his shoe, and gave, .to his ue.
1 Sa. 15. 28 given it to a neighbour of thine, .better
28. 17 and given it to thy neighbour, .to David
2 Sa.i2. ii and give, .unto thy neighbour, and he sh.
1 Ki. 8. 31 If any man trespass against his neighbour
20. 35 unto his neighbour in the word of the L.
2 Ch. 6. 22 If a man sin against his neighbour, and
Job 12. 4 I am (as) one mocked of his neighbour
16. 21 might plead, .as a man. .for his neighbour
31. 9 I have laid wait at my neighbour s door
Psa. 12. 2 They speak vanity every one with his ne.
15. 3 with his tongue, nor doeth evil to his ne.
28. 3 which speak peace to their neighbours,but
101. 5 Whoso privily slandereth his neighbour
Prov. 3. 28 Say not unto thy neighbour, Go, and come
3. 29 Devise not evil against thy neighbour, se.
6. 29 So he that goeth in to his neighbour s w.
ii. 9 An hypocrite, .destroyeth his neighbour
1 1. 12 He that is void of wisdom despiseth his n.
12. 26 The righteous, .more excellent than his n.
14. 20 The poor is hated even of his own neigh.
14. 21 He that despiseth his neighbour sinneth
16. 29 A violent man enticeth his neighbour
18. 17 his neighbour cometh and searcheth him
19. 4 but the poor is separated from his neigh.
21. 10 his neighbour flndeth no favour in his eyes
24. 28 Be not a witness against thy neighbour
25. 8 when thy neighbour hath put thee to sh.
25. 9 Debatethycausewiththyneighbour(him.)
25. 17 Withdraw thy foot from thy neighbour s
25. 18 that beareth false witness against his ne.
26. 19 So (is) the man (that) deceiveth his neig.
29. 5 A man that flattereth his neighbour spr.
Eccl. 4. 4 that for this a man is envied of his neig.
Isa. 3. 5 one by another, and every one by his ne.
19. 2 every one against his neighbour ; city ag.
41. 6 They helped every one his neighbour; and
Jer. 5. 8 every one neighed after his neighbour s
7. 5 judgment between a man and his neigh.
9. 4 Take ye heed every one of his neighbour
9. 4 and every neighbour will walk with slan.
9. 5 they will deceive every one his neighbour
9. 8 speaketh peaceably to his neighbour with
22. 8 they shall say every man to his neighbour
22. 13 useth his neighbour s service without w.
23. 27 which they tell every man to his neighb.
23. 30 steal my words every one from his neigh.
23. 35 Thus shallye say every one to his neighbour
29. 23 have committed adultery with their nei.
31. 34 shall teach no more every man his neigh.
34. 15 proclaiming liberty every man to his nei.
34. 17 to his brother, and every man to his nei.
Eze. 18. 6 neither hath defiled his neighbour s wife
18. ii but even hath, .deflledhis neighbour s w.
18. 15 hath not defiled his neighbour s wife
22. ii hath committed abomination with his n.
22. 12 thou hast greedily gained of thy neighb.
33. 26 and ye defile every one his neighbour s w.
Hab 2. 15 Woe unto him that giveth his neighbour
Zech. 3. 10 shall ye call every man his neighbour un.
8. 10 for I set all men every one against his n.
8. 16 Speak ye every man the truth to his nei.
8. 17 imagine evil in your hearts against your n.
n. 6 men every one into his neighbour s hand
14. 13 lay hold every one on the hand of his ne
14. 13 shall rise up against the hand of his neig.
i. Femalefriend, companion, neighbour, n y~] rejtth.
Exodn. 2 every woman of her neighbour, jewels
Jer. 9. 20 and every one her neighbour lamentation
5. Dweller, neighbour, inhabitant, ]2y shaken.
Exod. 3. 22 But every woman shall borrow of her ne.
12. 4 let him and his neighbour next unto his
Ruth 4. 17 the women her neighbours gave it a name
2 Ki. 4. 3 borrow thee vessels abroad of all thy ne.
Psa. 31. ii especiallyamongmyneighbours.andafear
44. 13 Thou makest us a reproach to our neigh.
79. 4 We are become a reproach to our neighb.
79. 12 render unto our neighbours seven fold in.
80. 6 Thou makest us a strife unto our neighb.
89. 41 spoil him : he is a reproach to his n.-ighb.
Prov.2;. 10 better (is) a neighhour., near, than a bro.
Jer. 6. 21 the neighbour and hi.s fric-nd .shall perish
12. 14 saith the LORD against all mine evil neig.
49. 10 his brethren, and his neighbours, and he
49. 18 Sodom and Gomorrah, and the neighbour
50. 40 Sodom and Gomorrah and the neighbour
Eze 16. 26 with the Egyptians thy neighbours, great
6. Fellow countryman, ytiruv geiton.
Lukei4. 12 call not thy. .rich neighbours ; lest they
15. 6 he calleth together (his) friends and nei.
15. 9 she calleth (her) friends and (her) neigh.
John 9. 8 The neighbours therefore, and they which
7. One dwelling around about, Trepfoi/cos perioikos.
Luke i. 58 her neighbours and her cousins heard how
8. The one near or close to, 6 ir\-rtaiov hoplesion.
Matt. 5. 43 Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate
19. 19 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
22. 39 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
Mark 1 2. 31 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
12. 33 and to love (his) neighbour as himself
Lukeio. 27 all thy mind ; and thy neighbour as thys.
10. 29 said unto Jesus, And who ismy neighbour?
10. 36 was neighbour unto him that fell among
Acts 7. 27 he that did his neighbour wrong thrust
Rom 13. 9 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
13. 10 Love worketh no ill to his neighbour
15. 2 Let every one of us please (his) neighbour
Gal. 5. 14 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
Eph. 4. 25 speak every man truth with his neighbour
Heb. 8. ii they shall not teach every man his [nei.]
Jas. 2. 8 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
NEIGHING
Loud cryings, neighings, fii jnyp mitshaloth.
Jer. 8. 16 at the sound of the neighing of his strong
13.27! have seen thine adulteries, and thy ne.
NEITHER
I. There is not, therf are not, f N at/in.
Gen. 45. 6 (there shall) neither (be) earing nor harv.
2. Also... not, "7N...D3 ijam...al.
Exod34. 3 neither let the tlocks nor herds feed before
3. Or, ON im.
Eze. 14. 20 they shall deliver neither sou nor daught.
4. And not, S;i u-bul.
Isa. 26. 18 neither have the inhabitants of the world
5. In order not, fl^?
1
? le-bilti.
2 Ki. 12. 8 neither to repair the breaches of the ho.
6. And. ..not, NV...1 ve...la.
Dan. 3. 27 neither were their coats changed, nor the
6. 18 neither were instruments of music brou.
7. And (also) not, tf
1
? ic:)i ve(-gam) lo.
Gen. 21. 26 neither didst thou tell me, neither yet h.
2 Sa. 19. 24 had neither dressed his feet, nor trimmed
8. From, JP min.
1 Sa. 30. 1 9 there was nothing lacking to them, neither
9. Either, or, $ e.
Acts 24. 12 disputing, .neither raising up the people
Rom. i. 21 they glorified (him) not as God, neither
Jas. 1. 17 no variableness, neither shadow of turning
10. .AW, fjL-fi me.
Mattio. 9 Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass
24. 18 Neither let him which is in the field ret.
Lukeio. 4 Carry neither purse, nor scrip, nor shoes
12. 29 shall drink, neither be ye of doubtful m.
18. 2 which feared not God, neither regarded
Rom 14. 21 (It is) good neither to eat flesh, nor to d.
2 John 10 receive him not. .neither bid him God s.
\\.Not even, nor, neither, /x^Sc mfde.
Matt. 7. 6 neither cast ye your pearls before swine
10. 10 neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet
23. 10 Neither be ye called masters : for one is
24. 20 be not in the winter, neither on the sab.
Mark 8. 26 Neither go into the town, nor tell (it) to
12. 24 not the Scriptures, neither the power of
13. ii ye shall speak, [neither do ye premeditate]
13. 15 neither enter.. to take any thing out of his
Luke 3. 14 Do violence to no man, neither accuse
12. 22 neither for the body, what ye shall put on
12. 47 neither did according to his will, shall be
14. 12 [nor thy brethren, neither thy kinsmen]
16. 26 neither can they pass to us. .from thence
John 4. 15 I thirst not, neither come hither to draw
14. 27 Let not your heart be troubled, neither
NEITHER
Act* 21. 21 to circumcise, .neither to walk after the
23. 8 there is no resurrection, (neither] angel
Rom. 6. 13 Xeither yield ye your members.. instrum
9. ii neither having done an)-good orevil, that
1 Co. 5. 8 neither with the leaven of malice and wi.
10. 7 Xeither be ye idolaters, as. .some of them
10. 8 Neitherletuseommitfornk-itiou, as some
10. 9 Xeither let us tempt Christ, as some of
10. 10 Xeither murmur ye.assomeof them also
2 Th. 3. 10 if any would not work, neither should he
i Ti. i. 4 Xeither give heed to fables and endless
5. 22 neither be partaker of other men s sins
i Pe. 3. 14 be not afraid of tlieir terror, neither be
5. 3 [Neither] as being lords over (God s) her.
1 Jo. 2. 15 Love not the world, neither the things
3. 18 let us uot love in word, neither in tongue
12.AW even, piir* mete.
Matt. 5. 34 neither by heaven ; for it is God s throne
5 . 35 neither by Jerusalem ; for it is the city of
5 . 36 Xeither shalt thou swear by thy head, be.
11. 18 John came neither eating nor drinking
Luke 7. 33 John the Baptist came neither eating br
9. 3 Take nothing for (your) journey, neither
9. 3 neither bread, neither money; neither
Acts 23. 12, 21 they would neither eat nor drink till
27. 20 when neither sun nor stars in many days
Eph. 4. 27 [Xeither) give place to the devil
2 Th. 2. 2 neither by spirit, nor by word, nor by le.
i Ti. i. 7 understanding neither what they say, nor
Heb. 7. 3 having neither beginning of days, nor end
Jas. 5. 12 neither by heaven, neither by the earth
5 . 12 neither by any other oath : but let your
Rev. 7. 3 Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor
\Z. Assuredly not, not at all, ov fiy on me.
Marki3. 19 God created unto this time, neither shall
Luke 1.15 shall drink neither wine nor strong drink
14.Ar
o, not, oa ou.
Matt23. 1 3 for ye neither go in. .neither sulfer ye them
25. 13 for ye know neither the day nor the hour
Luke 8. 43 spent all. .upon physicians, neither could
12. 24 they [neither]sow nor reap; which ueitli.
John 17. 20 Xeitherpraylforthese alone, but for them
Acts 8. 21 Thou hast neither part nor lot in tliis m.
9. 9 ; 24. 18 ; Gal. 3. 28 ; Col. 3. n ; 2 Pe. i. S.
15. And not, KO.I ov kai on. or OVK Sf ouk de.
Matt.22. 16 ; Mark 8. 14 ; 14. 40 ; Luke 8.. 27 ; 18. 34 ;
20. 21 ; Jo. 3. 20; 10. 28; Acts 4. 12; 1 Co. 2. 9, 14 ;
n. 9; Eph. 5. 4 ; 6. 9 ; Heb. 4. 13 ; Rev. 9. at ; 20. 4.
IQ.Not even, neither, oi>8 uu.de.
Matt. 5. 15 Xeither do men light a candle, and put it
6. 15 neither will your Father forgive your tre.
6. 26 for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor
6. 28 the lilies, .they toil not, neither do they
7. 1 8 neither, .a corrupt tree bring forth good
9. 17 Xeither do men put new wine into old bo
11. 27 neither knoweth any man the Father, save
12. 4 neither for them which were with him, but
12. 19 neither shall any man hear his voice in the
13. 13 theyhearnot; neither do they understand
16. 9 Do ye not yet understand, neither reme
16 10 Xeither the seven loaves of the four tho
21. 27 Xeither tell I you by what authority I do
22. 46 neither durst any. .from that day forth
23. 13 neither suffer ye them that are entering
Mark 4. 22 neither was any thing kept secret.but that
8. 17 perceive ye not yet, neither understand?
ii. 26 [neither will your Father which is in he.]
xi. 33 Neither do I tell you by what authority
12.21 the second took her, and died, neither left
13. 32 not the angels, .neither the Son, but the
14. 59 neithersodidtheirwitness agree together
14. 68 [neither] understand I what thou sayest
16. 13 [told. .the residue : neither believed they)
Luke 6 43 neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth g
7 . 7 neither thought I myself worthy to come
8. 17 neither, .hid that shall not be known and
11. 33 neither under a bushel, but ou a candles
12. 33 where no thief approacheth, neither moth
16. 31 neither will they be persuaded though one
17 21 Xeither shall they say, Lo here lor, lo there
20. 8 Xeither tell I you by what authority I do
John 6 24 saw that Jesus was not there, neither his
7. 5 neither did his brethren believe in him
8. ii [Neither do I condemn thee : go, and sin]
8. 43 neither came I of myself, but he sent me
13 16 neitherhethat is sent greater than he that
14. 17 it seeth him not, neither knoweth him
Acts 2 27 neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to
2. 31 that., [neither] his flesh didseeeorrupti.m
4. 32 neither said any. . that ought of the things
4. 34 Neither was there any among them that
16. 21 not lawful for us to receive, neither to o.
17. 25 Neither is worshipped with men s hands
20. 24 [neither] count I my life dear unto myself
Rom. 2 28 neither(isthat)circumcision which isout
9. 7 Xeither, because they are the seed of A.
1 Co. ii. 16 we have no such custom, neither the ch.
15. 50 neither doth corruption inherit tocorru.
Gal. i. i not of men, neither by man, but by Jesus
i. 12 I neither received it of man . .but by the
i. 17 Neither went I up to Jerusalem to them
^. 3 But neither Titus, who was with me, being
6. 13 For neither they themselves who are cir.
Phfl. 2. 16 not run in vain, neither laboured in vain
2 Th. 3 . 8 Neither did we eat any man s bread forn.
Heb. 9. 12 Neither by the blood of goats and calves
9. 18 Whereupon neither the first, .dedicated
10. 8 for sin thou wouldest not, neither hadst
i Pe. 2. 22 Who did no sin, neither was guile found
692
i Jo. :. 6 sin ueth hath not seen him, neither known
Rev. 5. 3 in heaven, nor in earth, neither under the
5. 3 to open the book, neither to look thereon
7. 16 They shall hunger no more, neither thirst
7. 16 neither shall the sun light on them, nor
9. 4 neither any green thing, neither any tree
31. 23 the city had no need oi the sun, neither of
17.AW even, neither, odrt oute.
Luke2o. 36 Neither can they die any more : for they
Acts 24. 12 they neither found me in the temple dis.
24. 12 neither iu the synagogues, nor in the city
24. 13 Xeither can they prove the things whereof
25. 8 Neither against the law of the Jews, nei.
Rom. 8. 38 For I am persuaded, that neither death
i Co. 3. 7 neither is he that plauteth. .neither he
6. 9 neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor ad.
Gal. i. 12 neither was I taught (it), but by the revel,
i Th. 2. 6 Xorof mensought we glory, neitherof you
^ John 10 neither doth he himself receive the breth.
Rev. 5. 4 to read the book, neither to look thereon
9. 20 which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk
12. 8 [neither] was their place found any more
20. 4 not worshipped the beast, neither his im.
21. 4 neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall
IS. But not even, a\\ otire all oute.
i Co. 3. 2 hitherto ye were not able, .neither yet now
NEITHER . .NEITHER
Ar
o/ even .. .not even, o!jTf...o(jTf oute. ..oute.
Matt 12. 32 neither in this world, neither in the (wo.)
Act 28. 21 We neither received letters . . neither any
i Co. 3. 7 neither is he that plauteth. .neither he
8. 8 neither, if we eat. .neither, if we eat not
ii. n neither is the man without, .neither the
NEITHER ..NOR (yet)
AW even. ..not even, ofcf ..otire oute. ..oute.
Matt. 6. 20 where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt
22. 30 neither marry, nor are given in marriage
Mark 1 2. 25 neither marry, nor are given in marriage
Luke 14. 35 It is neither fit for the land, nor yet for
20. 35 neither marry, nor are given in marriage
John 4. 21 ye shall neither in this mountain, noryet
5. 37 neither heard his voice at any time, nor
8. 19 Ye neither know me, nor my Father: if
9. 3 Neither hath this man sinned, nor his pa.
Acts 15. 10 whichneitherourfatliersnorwe were able
19. 37 are neither robbers of churches, nor yet
Gal. 5. 6 neither circumcision availeth. .nor uncir.
6. 15 neither circumcision availeth . .nor uncir.
i Th. 2. 5 neither, .used we flattering words, .nor a
Rev. 3. 15 I know, .that thou art neither cold nor
3. 16 thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor
NEITHER... any (man or thing)
AW even one, *cal oi>Sfis kai oudf.is.
Mark 5. 4 in pieces : neither could any. .tame him
16. 8 neither said they any thing to any. .for
Jas. 1. 13 Godcannot..neithertemptethheanyman
NEITHER at any time
AW even at any time, ovSeirore oiidepote.
Luke 1 5. 29 neither transgressed I at any time thy co.
NEITHER indeed
AW even, ovSf oudf..
Rom. 8. 7 to the law of God, neither indeed can be
NE -KEB, 2j?jn the hollow.
A city in Naphtali, between Adami and Jabueel ; now
called Huzethi.
Josh. 19. 33 their coast was from Heleph. .X., and J.
NE-KO -DA, Niipj herdsman.
1. One of the Xethinim whose descendants returned from
exile with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Kzra 2. 48 the children of X. ,the children of Gazzam
Xeh. 7. 50 the children of Rezin, the children of N.
2. A person whose descendants did the same, but could
not show their genealogy. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 60 the children of Tobiah, the children of N.
Xeh. 7. 62 the children of Tobiah, the children of X .
NE-BTTJ -EL, ^K?Sf God is spreading.
1 A Reubenite, son of Eliab, and brother of Dathan and
Abiram who strove against Moses. B.C. 1490.
Xum26. 9 the sons of Eliab ; N., and Dathan, and
2 A son of Simeon, second son of Jacob and Leah. B.C
1700.
Xuni26. 12 of N., the family of the Nemuelites : of
1 Ch. 4. 24 The sons of Simeon (were) X., and Jamin
NE MUE-LI-TES, <(-KC5.
The family of Nemuel son of Simeon.
Nuni26. 12 of Nemuel, the family of the X.: of Jamin
NE -PHEG, J9J sprout.
1. A son of Izhar, son of Kohath. B.C. 1491.
Exod 6. 21 the sons of Izhar; Korah, and X"., and Z.
2. A son born to David after he became king of Israel.
B.C. 1028.
2 Sa. 5. 15 Ihhar also, and Elishua. andX., and Japhia
i Ch. 3. 7 And Xogah, and X., and Japhia
14. 6 And Nogah, and X., and Japhia
NEPHEW
I. Sons of sons, grandchildren, O J} }3 bene banim.
Judg 12. 14 he had forty sous and thirty nephews, that
2. Successor, progeny, 12J neked.
Job 18. 19 He shah neither have son nor nephew am.
Isa. 14. 22 name, and remnant, and son, and nephew
NET
3. Offspring, descendants, tuyova ekgona.
i Ti. 5. 4 if any widow have children or nephews
NEPHISE. Set NAPHISH.
tfE-PHI-SHE SIM, z-cyz) expansions [V.L. c cns:
A family of the Xephinim who returned with Zerubi-
l. B.C. 536. In Rzra 2. 50, Nephmhbn.
Xeh. 7. 52 children of Meunim, the children of X.
NEPH-THA -LIM, Ns<f>0a,\f/i.
The country and tribe of A aphtaii. (which gee).
Matt. 4. 13 in Capernaum, .in the borders of. .N.
4 . 15 the land of N., (by) the way of the sea
Rev. 7. 6 Of the tribe of X. (were) sealed twelve th.
NEPH-TO -AH, cin$}.
A small stream on the W. or X.W. of Jerusalem.
Josh. 15. 9 unto the fountain of the water of X., and
18. 15 and went out to the well of waters of X.
NE-PHTJ -SIM, C C E: expansions [V.L. CT BJ].
A family of the Xethluim whose descendants returned
with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536. (See A ephit>hcsim.)
Ezra 2. 50 children of Mehunim, the children of X.
NER, 12 light.
A Benjamite, grandfather of Saul the first king of
Israel, and father of Abner his chief captain. B.C.
ma.
1 Sa. 14. 50 name, .(was) Abner, the son of X., Saul s
14. 51 N. the father of Abner (was) the son of A.
26. 5 Abner the son of N., the captain of his h.
26. 14 David cried, .to Abner the son of N., sa.
2 Sa. 2. 8 Abner the son of X. ..took Ish-bosheth
2. 12 Abner the son of N. . . went out from Ma.
3. 23 Abner the son of N. came to the king, and
3. 25 Thou knowest Abuer the son of > ., that
3. 28 from the blood of Abuer the son of X.
3. 37 not of the king to slay Abner. .son of N.
i Ki. 2. 5 what he did. .unto Abner the son of X.
2. 32 Abner the son of > ., captain of the host
1 Ch. 8. 33 N. begat Kish, and Kish begat SauU and
9. 36 first born sonAlxlnn, then Zur. .X.
9. 39 X. begat Kish, and Kish begat Saul, and
26. 28 all that .. Abner the sou of X. . . had dedi.
NE-RE -TJS, Nrjpeus.
A believer at Rome to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom 16. 15 Salute Philologus, and Julia, X., and his
NER -GAL, ^-li.
The war god of the men of Cuth whom Shalmaneser
placed in the cities of Israel in place of the ten tribes.
2 Ki.i7- 30 men of Cuth made X., and the ineu of II
NER-GAL SHAR-E -ZER, t^l? V)J-
1. A prince of Nebuchadnezzar. B.C. 600.
Jer. 39. 3 all the princes, .came in . .(even) X., Sam.
2. Another of the same name, at the same time.
Jer. 39. 3 X., Rab-mag, with all the residue of the
39. 13 X., Rab-mag, and all the king of Babylon s
NE -RI, firjpi. An ancestor of Jesus.
Luke 3. 27 (son)of Salathiel, which was (the son) of X
KE-RI -AH, n;ni, *
"V"!J Jah is light.
Father of Baruch the amanuensis and messenger of
Jeremiah. B.C. 630.
Jer. 32. 12 gave . .unto Baruch the son of X.. the son
32. 16 had delivered, .unto Baruch the son of X.
36. 4 Jeremiah call id Baruch the son of X. : and
36 8 Baruch the son of X. did according to all
36. 14 So Baruch the son of X. took the roll in
36. 32 it to Baruch. .the son of X. : who wrote
43. 3 Baruch the son of X. setteth thee on ag.
43. 6 the prophet , and Baruch the son of X.
45. i prophet spake unto Baruch the son of X.
51. 59 commanded Seraiah the son of X., the son
NEST
I. A nest, cell, jp qen.
Xuni24. 21 Strong..and thonputtest thy nest inarock
Deut 22. 6 If a bird s nest chance to be before thee
32. ii As an eagle stirreth up her nest, flutter.
29. 18 Then I said. I shall die in my nest, and
30 27 thy command, and make her nest mi hun
Psa 84 3 the swallow a nest for herself, where she
Prov27 . 8 As a bird that wandereth from her nest
Isa. 10. 14 my hand hath found as a nest the riches
16. 2 as a wandering bird cast out of the nest
Jer 49. 1 6 though thou shouldest make thy nest as
Obad 4 though thou set thy nest among the stars
Hab. 2. 9 that he may set his nest on high, that he
2 Place for roosting in, KaraffK-fivtaffis kataskeni/sis.
Matt 8 20 birds of the air (have) nests ; but the Son
Luke 9. 58 birds of the air (have) nests ; but the Sou
NEST, to make a
1 To nestle, make a nest, \K ?"<" , 3.
Psa 104. 17 Where the birds make their nests . the st.
Isa -34 is There shall the great owl make her nest
Jer 48. 28 be like the dove (that) maketh her nest in
Eze. 31. 6 All the fowls of heaven made their nest*
2.7V) be nestled, |;jj qanan, 4.
Jer. 22. 23 that makest thy nest in the cedars, how
NET
1. A net, snare, harm. Dirt cherem.
Eccl. 7. 26 the woman whose heart (is) snares and n.
Eze. 26. 5 the spreading of nets in the midst of the
26. 14 thou shalt be(aplaceHospread nets upon
32. 3 and they shall bring thee up in my nei
47. 10 they shall be a (place) to spread forth n.
Job
NETHANEBL G93 NEVERTHELESS
Mic. 7. 2 they hunt every nuni his brother with a n
Hab. 1.15 they catch them in their net, and gather
i. 16 Therefore they sacrifice unto theirnet, and
i. 17 Shall they therefore empty their net, and
2.A drag or net,
"
1 ?5P, "Q?5 makmor, mikinar.
Psa.i4i. 10 Let the wicked fall into their own nets
Isa. 51. 20 of all the streets, as a wild hull in a net
3.A drag or net, n"p5.p mikmoreth.
Isa. 19. 8 they that spread nets upon the waters sh
4.X fortress, net, "0*9, ~ii-9 matsod, matsud.
Job 19. 6 that God., hath compassed me with liisn.
1 rov 12. 12 The wicked desireth the net of evil (men)
C. A fortress, net, niisp, rnisp metsodah,metsudah.
Psa. 66. 1 1 Thou brotightest us into the net ; thou 1.
Eccl. 9. 12 as the fishes that are taken in an evil net
C.A net, what takes possession, ny~i resheth.
Kxod27. 4 upon the net shall thou make four brasen
27. 5 that the net may be even to the midst of
Job 18. 8 For he is oast into a net by his own feet
Psa. 9. 15 in the net which they hid is their own f.
10. 9 the poor, when he draweth him into his n.
25. 15 for he shall pluck my feet out of the net
31. 4 Pull me out of the net that they have laid
35. 7 without cause . . they hid for me their net
35. 8 let Ms net that he hath hid catch himself
57. 6 They have prepared a net formy steps; my
140. 5 they have spread a net by the way side
Prov. i. 17 Surely in vain the net is spread in the si.
29. 5 flattereth. .spreadeth a net for his feet
Lam. i. 13 he hath spread a net formy feet; he hath
Eze. 12. 13 My net also will I spread upon him, and
17. 20 I will spread my net upon him, and he
19. 8 spread their net over him: he was taken
32. 3 I will therefore spread out my net over
Hos. 5. i a snare on Mizpah, anda net spread upon
7. 12 When they shall go, I will spread my net
i.A net, "Hty sabak.
i Ki. 7. 17 nets of checker work, and wreaths of chain
j.A largefishing net, a/Kpi /SA.ryo-rpai ampkibUstron.
Matt 4. 1 8 Andrew his brother, casting a net into the
Mark i. 16 Andrew his brother casting [a net] into
0^4 fi*thiny net, SIKTVOV diktuon.
Matt 4. 20 they straightway left (their) nets, and fo.
4. 21 Zebedee their father, mending their nets
Murk i. 1 8 straightway they forsook their nets, and
1. 19 also were in the ship mending their nets
Luke 5. 2 gone out of them, and were washing, .nets
5. 4 Launch out. .and let down your nets for
5. 5 said, .at thy word I will let down the net
5. 6 great multitude of fishes : and their net
Johnzi. 6 Cast the net on the right side of the ship
21. 8 little ship, .dragging the net with fishes
21. ii drew the net to land full of great fishes
21.11 there were so many, yet was not the net
10. A drag net. eroyijt"? sagene.
Matt 13. 47 the kingdom of heaven is like unto a net
HE-THAN -EEL, Jxjrg God gives.
1. The prince of Issachar, and son of Zuar, whom Moses
sent to spy out the land. B.C. 1490.
Num. i. 8 Of Issachar; \. the son of Zuar
2. 5 N. the son of Zuar (shall be) captain of
7. 1 8 On the second day X. the son of Zuar, pr.
7. 23 this (was) the offering of N. the son of Z.
10. 15 And over the host, .(wns) N. the son of Z.
2. One of David s brothers. B.C. 1060.
i Ch. 2. 14 X. the fourth, Raddai the fifth
3. A priest who helped to bring up the ark from the
house of Obed-edom. B.C. 1042.
i Ch.is. 24 Shebauiah, and Jehoshaphat, and X., and
d. A Levite whose son Shemaiah was employed by David
to write down the distribution of the Levites in the
service of the sanctuary. B.C. 1070.
i Ch.24. 6 Shemaiah the son of X. the scribe, (one)
0. A son of Obed-edom appointed by David as gate keeper
:!or the tabernacle. B.C. 1042.
1 Ch.26. 4 sons of Obed-edom (were). .X. the fifth
C. A prince of Judah whom king Jehoshaphat sent to
teach the people. B.C. 912.
2 Ch.i7- 7 he sent to his princes, .to X., and to Mi.
7. A chief Levite in the days of Josiah. B.C. 623.
2 Ch-35. 9 Conaniah also, and Shemaiah, and X., his
8. A person who returned with Ezra, and had taken a
strange wife. B.C. 456.
Ezra 10. 22 of the sons of Pashur. .X., Jozabad, and
9. A priest of the family of Jedaiah, who lived in the
days of Joiakim grandson of Jozadak. B.C. 500.
Xeh. 12. 21 of Hilkiah, Hashabiah; of Jedaiah, X.
10. An Aaronite musician who helped in the ceremony
of purification. B.C. 443.
Xeh. 12. 36 his brethren, Shemaiah. .X., and Judah
ITE-THAN-I AH, rvjnj, WWJ Jah (jives.
1. Father of Ishmael who slew Gedaliah, whom Xebuchadnezzar
had left governor in the land. B.C. 625.
2 Ki.25. 23 there came, .even Ishmael the son of X.
25. 25 Ishmael the son of X. . .came, and ten men
Jer. 40. 8 they came, .even Ishmael the son of X.
40. 14 sent Ishmael the son of X. to slay thee ?
40. 15 I will slay Ishmael the son of N., and no
41. i the son of X. the son of Elishama, of the
41. 2 Then arose Ishmael the son of X., and the
41. 6 the son of X. went forth from Mizpah to
Jer. 41. 7 the son of X. slew them, (and cast them)
41. 9 the son of X. filled it with (them that
41. 10 the son of X. carried them away captive
41. ii evil that Ishmael the son of X. had done
41.12 went to fight with Ishmael the son of X.
41 15 the son of N. escaped from Johauan witli
41. ib had recovered from Ishmael the son of X.
41.18 the son of X. had slain Gedaliah the son
2.A chief singer in the days of David.
1 Ch.25. 2 X.,and Asarelah, the sons of Asaph, under
25. 12 fifth to X.,(he), his sons, and his brethren
3.A Levite whom Jehoshaphat sent to teach in the cities
of Judah. B.C. 912.
2 Ch.t7. 8 X., and Zebadiah, and Asahel, and Shem.
4. Father of Jehudi whom the princes of Judah sent to
bring Baruch. B.C. 625.
Jer. 36. 14 the princes sent Jehudi the son of X., the
NETHER (part), nethermost
\.Lower, under, pnijJ? lachtnn.
Josh.i6. 3 unto the coast of Beth-horon the nether
1 8. 13 on the south side of the nether Beth-hor.
i Ki. 6. 6 The nethermost chamber (was) five cub.
9. 17 built Gezer, and Beth-horon the nether
1 Ch. 7. 24 Sherah, who built Beth horon the nether
2 Ch. 8. 5 Alsohe built, .Beth-horonthenether,fen.
2. Lower, under, nriri tachti.
Exodig. 17 they stood at the nether part of. .mount
Josh. 15. 19 the upper springs, and the nether springs
.Tudg. i. 15 the upper springs and the nether springs
Job 41. 24 as hard asapieceof thenether(millstone)
Eze. 31. 14 to the nether parts of the earth, in the
31. 16 shall be comforted in the nether parts of
31. 18 Eden unto the nether p.arts of the earth
32. 18 unto the nether parts of the earth, with
32. 24 are gone down, .into the nether parts of
NETHER and upper millstone
The two millstones, D;rn rechayim.
Deut24. 6 Xo man shall take the nether, .millstone
NE-THIN -IMS, c rnj dedicated.
A class of persons employed as servants or assistants to
the Levites ; probably the Qibeonites and others reduced
to servitude.
1 Ch. 9. 2 Israelites, the priests, Levites, and the X.
Ezra 2. 43 The X.: the children of Ziha, the children
2. 58 X., and the children of Solomon s servants
2. 70 X., dwelt in their cities, and all Israel
7. 7 the singers, and the porters, and the X.
7. 24 X., or ministers of this house of God
8. 17 and to his brethren the X., at the place
8. 20 of the X., whom David and the prince had
8. 20 two hundred and twenty X. : all of them
Xeh. 3. 26 the X. dwelt in Ophel, unto (the place)
3. 31 goldsmith s sou unto the place of the X.
7. 46 the X. : the children of Ziha, the children
7. 60 X.,and the children of Solomon s servants
7. 73 X., and all Israel, dwelt in their cities
10. 28 the X., and all they that had separated
11. 3 X., and the children of Solomon s servants
ii. 21 But the X. dwelt in Ophel
ii. 21 and Ziha and Gispa (were) over the X.
NE-TO -PHAH, nb} resin-dropping.
A city in Judah, S. of Jerusalem, near Bethlehem ; now
called Beit-Netiph.
Ezra 2. 22 The men of X., fifty and six
Xeh. 7. 26 The men of Beth-lehem and X., an huml.
NE-TO-PHA -THI, n?bj Inhabitant of Nctophah.
Xeh. 12. 28 plain country, .and from the villages of X.
NE-TO-PHA-THITE, neb) same as preceding.
2 Sa. 23. 28 Zalmon the Ahohite, Maharai the X.
23. 29 the son of Baanah, a X., Ittai the son of
2 Ki. 25. 23 the son of Tanhumeth the X., and Jaaza.
i Ch. 2. 54 the X., Ataroth, the house of Joab, and
9. 16 that dwelt in the villages of the X.
ti. 30 the X., Heled the son of Baanah the X.
27. 13 The tenth (captain), .(was) Maharai the X.
27. 15 The twelfth (captain). .(was)Heldaithe X.
Jer. 40. 8 the sons of EphaitheX., and Jezaniah the
NETTLE
1 .Nettle, thorn, shrub, "jnn charul.
Job 30. 7 under the nettles they were gathered toge.
Prov 24. 31 nettles had covered the face thereof, and
Zeph. 2. 9 the breeding of nettles, and salt pits, and
2. Thorn, nettle, BJiD p, E>isp qimmosh, qimosh.
Isa. 34. 13 nettles and brambles in the fortresses th.
Hos. 9. 6 for their silver, nettles shall possess them
NET WORK
I. Wet or white work, lin chor.
Isa. 19. 9 they that weave net works, shall be conf.
I.Net or loreathed work, lattice, nr^fc* sebakah.
i Ki. 7. 18 rows round about upon the one net work
7. 20 the belly which (was) by the net work: and
7. 41 the two net works, to cover the two bowls
7. 42 for the two net works, .for one net work
Jer. 52. 22 with network and pomegranates upon the
52. 23 all the pomegranates upon the net work
Z.Work of net, ny~\ njyi 9 maaseh resheth.
Exod27- 4 thou shalt make for it a grate of net work
38. 4 he made, .a brasen grate of net work un.
NEVER
I. There is not, there are not, j
X ayin.
Judgi4. 3 (Is there) never a woman among the dan.
Eze. 28. 19 thou shalt be a terror, and never (shalt)
2. No, t* lo.
Gen. 41. 19 such as I never saw in all the laud of Eg.
Xumig. 2 a red heifer, .upon which never came y>.
1 rov 27. 20 Hell and destruction are never full ; so
Jer. 33. 17 David shall never want a man to sit upon
3. For generations not, tfS -,TJ ~rb le-dor ra-dor lo.
Psa. 10. 6 for (I shall) never (be) in adversity
4. Not to the age, DJ>iyj> X1
? lo le-olam.
Judg. 2. i I will never break my covenant with you
2 Sa. 12. 10 Now therefore the sword shall never dc.
Psa. 15. 5 He that doeth these, .shall never be mo.
30. 6 in my prosperity I said, I shall never be
31. i let me never be ashamed : deliver me in
55. 22 he shall never suffer the righteous to be
/i. i LOKD. .let me never be put to confusion
119. 93 I will never forget thy precepts: for with
Prov 10. 30 The righteous shall never be removed: but
Isa. 14. 20 seed of evil doers shall never be renowned
25. 2 palace, .to be no city; it shall never be bu.
63. 19 \Ve are (thine); thou never barest rule
Eze. 26. 21 yet shalt thou never l>e found again, saith
Joel. 2. 26, 27 and my people shall never be ashamed
5. Not to the ayes, J P^ Wa le-alemin.
Dan. 2. 44 kingdom, which shall never be destroyed
6.Not continual, N^ TPJ-I tumid lo.
Isa. 62. 6 shall never hold their peace day nor night
7. Not to the age, oty
1
? ^>K al le-olam.
Psa. 31. i let me never be ashamed : deliver me in
71. i LOUD, .let me never be -put to confusion
8. Not to perpetuity, n$:b K*7 lo la-netsach.
Psa. 10. 1 1 he hideth his face ; he will never see (it)
49. 19 his fathers ; they shall never see light
Isa. 13. 20 It shall never be inhabited, neither shall
Amos 8. 7 Surely I will never forget any of their w.
Hab. i. 4 and judgment doth never go forth : for
9. Not, p-f) me.
John 7. 15 How knoweth this man letters, having re
10.Not at anytime, /j.r)8firoTf ;mdepote.
2 Ti. 3. 7 Ever learning, and never able to come to
11.Assuredly not, not at all, ov p-fi ou me.
John 6. 35 he that cometh to me shall never hunger
Ileb. 13. 5 I will never leave thee. nor forsake thec
12. Not at all to the age, ou JXTJ tis TOP alu>fa ou mf.
John 4. 14 [that I shall give him, shall never thirst]
8. 51 Ifamankeepmy saying, heshall neversee
8. 52 If a man keep my saying, he shall [never]
10. 28 they shall never perish, neither shall any
11. 26 whosoever, .believeth in me shall never
13. 8 Peter saith unto him, Thou shalt never wa.
IS.Notto the age, OVK fis alSiva out; eis aifJna.
Mark 3. 29 hath [never] forgiveness, but is in danger
14. Not at all at any time, ov yuij iroSiroTs ou me popo.
John 6. 35 he that believeth on me shall never thirst
15.-A*0, not, ov ou.
Marki4- 21 good were it for that man if he had never
Luke23- 29 that never bare, and the paps which never
16. Not even, ou8e oude.
Matt 27. 14 And he answered him to never a word
17.Not even one, ov8t\s Train-ore oiideis pOpote.
Markn. 2 shall find a colt tied, whereon never man
Lukeig. 30 find a colt tied, whereon yet never man sat
"IS. Not even at any time, oi>5 iroTe ondepote.
Matt. 7. 23 will I profess unto them, I never knew you
9. 33 saying, It was never so seen in Israel
21. 16 have ye never read, Out of the mouth of
21. 42 Did ye never read in the Scriptures, The
26. 33 Though all.. (yet) will I never be offended
Mark 2. 12 God, saying, We never saw it on this fas.
2. 25 Have ye never read what David did, when
Lukei,. 29 thou never gavest me a kid, that I might
John 7. 46 answered, Xever man spake like this man
Acts 10. 14 for I have never eaten anything that is
14. 8 cripple from his mother s womb,who never
1 Co. 13. 8 Charity never faileth. .whether (there be)
Heb. 10. i can never with those sacrifices which they
10. ii sacrifices, which can never take away sins
19. Not at all at any time, ov
ju^
irort ou me pole.
2 Pe. i. 10 for if ye do these things, ye shall never
NEVER before or yet
Not ei en yet, ovtifirta oudepit.
Luke23. 53 stone, wherein never man before was laid
Johni9- 41 sepulchre, wherein was never man yet laid
NEVER so
With cleanness, purity, 123 be-bor.
Job 9. 30 If I wash . . make my hands never so clean
NEVER. . .any man
Not even at anytime, ouoVis wunroTf ottdeis p~>pote.
John 8. 33 We . . were never in bondage to any man
NEVERTHELESS
I. Rut, verily, *??!< abal.
2 Ch.ig. 3 Xevertheless there are good things found
33. 17 Xevertheless the people did sacrifice still
1. Only, }N ak.
Lev. ii. 4 Xevertheless these shall ye not eat ofth.
3. Surely, but, yet, ;5X aken.
Psa. 31. 22 nevertheless thou heardest the voic of
NEW
4. End, cessation, onli/, Dpx ep/ifs.
Nuiu 13. 28 Nevertheless the people (be) strong that
5.Rut, 0*13 bi ram.
Dan. 4. 15 Nevertheless, leave the stump of his roots
6. Because, when, ? ki.
i 88.15. 35 nevertheless Samuel mourned for Saul rand
T.Onlu, surely, nere.rthe.leas, fn raq.
1 Ki. 8. 19 Nevertheless thou shall not build the h.
8. But, but surely, Cx ? ki im.
Num 24. 22 Nevertheless the Keuite shall be wasted
9. Rut, a\\<i alia.
Marki4. 36 nevertheless not what I will, but what
Johnn. 15 I am glad, .nevertheless, let us go unto
16. 7 Nevertheless I tell you the truth ; It is
Rom. 5. 14 Nevertheless death reigned from Adam
x Co. 9. 12 Nevertheless we have not used this power
2 Co. 7. 6 Nevertheless God, that comforteth those
12. 16 nevertheless, being crafty, I caught you
Gal. 4. 30 Nevertheless what saith the scripture .
i Ti. i. 12 nevertheless I am not ashamed ; for I k.
Rev. 2. 4 Nevertheless I have .. against thee, beca.
10.And consequent.li/ indeed, nal rot yt kai toi ffe.
Acts 14. <^ Nevertheless he left not himself without
\\.At the same time indeed, <fyto>? /j.tvroi homos.
Johni2. 42 Nevertheless among the chief rulers also
12.But yet, nevertheless, ir\ijv plen.
Matt 26. 39 nevertheless not as I will, but as thou
26. 64 nevertheless, I say unto you, Hereafter
Luke 1 3. 33 Nevertheless I must walk to day, and to
18. 8 Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh
22. 42 nevertheless not my will, but thine, be
1 Co. 1 1. ii Nevertheless neither is the man without
Eph. 5. 33 Nevertheless let every one Ph. 3. 16.
iZ.Biit. tie de, Gal. 4. 2O.
\4. Nevertheless, yet indeed, 6 fj.tv roi ho men toi.
2 Ti. 2. 19 Nevertheless the foundation of God stan.
NEW (man, moon, thing
1
)
I. New, chrr chadash.
Exod.i."s Now there arose up anew king over E.
Lev. 23. 16 ye shall offer a new meat offering unto
26. 10 and bring forth the old because of the new
Nuni28. 26 when ye bring a new meat offering unto
Deutzo. 5 What man. .that hath built a new house
22. 8 When thou buildest a new house, then
24. 5 When a man hath taken a new wife, he
32. 17 to gods whom they knewnot, tonew(gods
Josh. 9. 13 these bottles of wine, .(were) new ; and
Judg. 5. 8 They chose new gods ; then (was) war in
15. 13 they bound him with two new cords, and
16. 1 1 Lf they bind me fast with new ropes that
16. 12 Delilah therefore took new ropes, and bo.
1 Sa. 6. 7 Now therefore make a new cart, and take
2 Sa. 6. 3 they set the ark of God upon a new cart
6. 3 the sons of Abinadab, drave the new cart
21. 16 he, being girded with a new (sword), tho.
1 Ki.n. 29 he had clad himself with a new garment
ii. 30 And Ahijah caught the new garment that
2 Ki. 2. 20 Bring me a new cruse, and put salt ther.
1 Ch.i3. 7 they carried the ark of God in a new cart
2 Ch.2o. 5 in the house of the LORD, before the new
Job 32. 19 my belly, .is ready to burst like new hot.
Psa. 33. 3 Sing unto him a new song; play skilfully
40. 3 And he hath put a new song in my mouth
96. i O sing unto the LORD a new song ; sing
98. i O sing unto the LORD a new song ; for he
144. 9 I will sing a new song unto thee, O God
Eccl. i. 9 (there is) no new (thing) under the sun
1. 10 whereof it may be said, See, this(is) new?
Song 7. 13 all manner of pleasant (fruits), new and
Isa. 41. 15 I will make thee a new sharp threshing
42. 9 are come to pass, and new things do I d.
42. 10 Sing unto the LORD a new song . . his praiso
43. 19 I will do a new thing : now it shall spring
48. 6 I have showed thee new things from this
62. 2 thou shalt be called by a new name, wh.
65. 17 I create new heavens, and a new earth
66. 22 as the new heavens, and the new earth
Jer. 26. 10 sat down in the entry of the new gate of
31. 22 the LORD hath created a new thing in the
31. 31 that I will make a new covenant with the
36. 10 at the entry of the newgate of the LORD S
Lam. 3. 23 new every morning: great(is)thy faithful.
Eze. ii. 19 I will put a new spirit within you; and I
18. 31 -make you a new heart and a new spirit
36. 26 A new heart, .will I give you, and a new
2. New, rnn clmdath.
Ezra 6. 4 rows of great stones, and a row of new ti.
3. Fresh, raw, ")? tori.
Judg 1 5. 15 he found a new jaw bone of an ass, and
4.A creation, .ix~!3 beriah.
Numi6. 30 if the LORD make a new thing, and the
S.Unsmoothed, unfinished, &yva<f>os agnaphns.
Matt. 9. 16 No man putteth a piece of newcloth unto
Mark 2. 21 No man also soweth a piece of new cloth
G.Neir, fresh, recent, newly made, Kaivof kainos.
Matt. 9. 17 into new bottles, and both are preserved
13. 52 out of his treasure (things) new and old
26. 28 For this is my blood of the [new] testam.
26. 29 until that day when I drink it new with
27. 60 laid it in his own new tomb, which he
Mark i. 27 what new doctrine (is) this? for with au.
a. 21 else the new piece that tilled it up taketh
694
Mark 2. 22 [hut. .wine must be put into new bottles]
14. 24 This is my blood of the [new] testament
14. 25 until that day that I drink it new in the
16. 17 [In my name, .they shall speak with new]
Luke 5. 36 a piece of a new garment upon an old
5. 36 then both the new maketh a rent, and the
5. 36 piece that was (taken) out of the new agr.
5. 38 wine must be put into new bottles; and
22. 20 This cup (is) the new tcstamentin my bl.
Johni3. 34 A new commandment I give unto you.T.
19. 41 in the garden a new sepulchre, wherein
Acts 17. 19 May we know what this new doctrine, w.
17. 21 either to tell, or to hear some new thing
1 Co. ii. 25 This cup is the new testament in my bl.
2 Co. 3. 6 hath made us able ministers of the new
5. 17 if any man (be) in Christ, (he is) a new c.
5. 17 away; behold, all things are become new
Gal. 6. 15 nor uncircumcision, but a new creature
Eph. 2. 15 to make in himself of twain one new
4. 24 that ye put on the new man, which after
Heb. 8. 8 when I will make a new covenant, with
8. 13 In that he saith, Anew, .he hath made the
9. 15 he is the mediator of the new testament
2 Pe. 3. 13 look for new heavens and a new earth, w.
1 Jo. 2. 7 I write no new commandment unto you
2. 8 a new commandment I write unto you
2 Jo. 5 not as though I wrote a new commandm.
Rev. 2. 17 in the stone a new name written, which
3. 12 the name of the city of my God..newJeru.
3. 12 and (I will write upon him) my new name
;. 9 they sung a new song, saying, Thou art w.
14. 3 they sung as it were a new song before the
21. i And I saw a new heaven and a new earth
21. 2 I John saw the holy city, new Jerusalem
21. 5 he.. said, Behold, I make all things new
7. New, young, vtos neos.
Matt. 9. 17 Neither do men put new wine into old b.
9.17 they put new wine into . . bottles, and both
Mark 2. 22 no man putteth new wine into old bottles
2. 22 else the [new] wine doth burst the bottles
2 22 [but new wine must be put into, .bottles]
Luke 5. 37 new wine into old bottles ; else the new
5. 38 new wine must be put into, .bottles ; and
5. 39 straightway desireth new; forhesaith.The
i Co. 5. 7 the old leaven, that ye maybe a new lump
Col. 3. 10 have put on the new (man), which is rene.
Heb. 12. 24 to Jesus the mediator of the new covena
8. Newly slain, recent, irpotTtyaros prospJtatos.
Heb. 10. 20 By a new and living way, which he hath
NEW fruit, to bring
To bring forth first fruit, 1=2 bakar, 3.
Eze. 47. 12 it shall bring forth new fruit according to
NEW moon
New moon, month, cnn chodesh.
1 Sa. 20. 5 Behold, to morrow (is) the new moon, and
20. 1 8 To morrow (is) the new moon : and thou
20. 24 when the new moon was come, the king
2 Ki. 4. 2-! said.. (it is) neither new moon nor sabbath
1 Ch.23. 3^ in the sabbaths, in the new moons, and
2 Ch. 2. 4 on the sabbaths, and on the new moons
8. 13 on the sabbaths, and on the new moons
31. 3 for the sabbaths, and for the new moons
Ezra 3. 5 both of the new moons, and of all the set
Neh. 10. 33 of the sabbaths, of the new moons, for the
Psa. 81. 3 Blow up the trumpet in the new moon
Isa. 66. 23 from one new moon to another, and from
Eze. 45. 17 in the feasts, and in the new moons, and
46. 3 in the sabbaths, and in the new moons
46. 6 in the day of the new moon, .a young hu.
Hos. 2. ii her feast days, her new moons, and hers.
Amos 8. 5 When will the new moon be gone, that we
NEW wine
I.New sweet wine, or juice of grapes, efiTfl tirosh.
Neh. 10. 39 the offering of the corn, of the new wine
13. 5 the tithes of the corn, the new wine, and
13. 12 the tithe of the corn, and the new wine
Prov. 3. 10 thy presses shall burst out with new wine
Isa. 24. 7 The new wine mourneth, the vine langui.
65. 8 As the new wine is found in the cluster
Hos. 4. ii Whoredom and wine and new wine take
9. 2 The floor, .and the new wine shall fail in
Joel i. 10 the corn is wasted : the new wine is dried
Hag. i. ii upon the new wine, and upon the oil, and
Zech. 9. 17 young men cheerful, and new wine them.
I.Must, sweet new wine, yXtvxos gleukos,
Acts 2. 13 Others., said, These men are full of new w.
NEW bom
Now born, lately born, aprtytwriTo^ tvrtigennttes.
i Pe. 2. 2 As new born babes, desire the sincere mi.
NEWLY, (but)
I. Setting, csp gum, 5 (adv. inf.).
Judg. 7. 19 and they had but newly set the watch
2. Recently, 2ii|55 miq-qarob.
Deut32. 17 to new (gods that) came newly up, whom
NEWNESS
Neu*ne$s, freshness, Kanv&rris kainotes.
Rom. 6. 4 so we also should walk in newness of life
7. 6 that we should serve in newness of spirit
NEWS
Report, tidinfj.t, n^c? shemuah.
Prov 25. 25 so (is) good news from a far country
NICOLAS
NEXT, (that i)
1. After, later, next, ~rtK acker.
Gen. 17. 21 bear, .at this set time in the next year
2 Ki. 6. 29 I said unto her on the next day, Give thy
I.The second, njyp mishneh.
i Sa. 17. IT, ami next unto him, Abinaclab ; and the
23. 17 I Khali lie next unto thee; and that also
1 Ch. 5. 12 Shapham the next, and Jaanai, and Sha.
16. 5 next to him Zechariah, Jeiel, and Shem.
2 Ch.23. 7 and Klkanah (that was) next to the king
31. 12 ruler, and Shimei his brother, .the next
Esth 10. 3 the Jew (was) next unto king Ahasuerus
Z.Near, 2ii|j qarob.
Ex*di2. 4 him and his neighbour next unto hisbouse
Num27. n his kinsman that is next to him of his
Deut2i. 3 the city (which is) nextuntothe slain man
21. 6 elders, .(thatare)nextuntotheslain(man)
Esth. i. 14 the next unto his (was) Carshena, Sht-thur
4.7n MMMMtOW, ?/* Ilexes.
Luke 9. 37 the next day, when they were come down
^.Coming mi. t iriovffa. epioutd.
Acts 7. 26 the next day he showed himself unto them
6. To roms, fpxofta.1 erchomai.
Acts 13. 44 And the [next] sabbath day came almost
1 .After, between, fj.fra^v metaxu.
Acts 13. 42 be preached to them the next sabbath
8. To hare, hold, adhere to, adjoin, <xw rr-h<i-
Mark i. 38 Let us go into the next towns, that I may
Acts 21. 26 the next day purifying himself with them
NEXT day (after)
1.At noon, rnr.lp mochorath.
Num ii. 32 ah (that) night, and all the next day, and
1 Sa. 30. 17 even unto tlie evening of the next day
Jon. 4. 7 when the morning rose the next day, and
2.In succession, (f)s hexes.
Acts 27. 18 the next (day) they lightened theLu.7.n.
S.The morrow, a&piov aurion.
Acts 4. 3 put (them) in hold unto the next day : for
4. Belonging to the second day. Stintpolos deuteraios.
Acts 28. 13 and we came the next day to Puteoli
5. Coming on, firiovffaepiousa.
Acts 16. ii we came, .the next (day) to Neapolis
20. 15 came the next day over against Chios; and
6. To morrow, tiravpiov epaurion.
Matt 27. 62 the next day, that followed the day of
John i. 29 The next day John seeth Jesus coming
1. 35 the next day after, John stood, and two
12. 12 the next day much people that were come
Acts 14. 20 the next day he departed with Barnabas
21. 8 next (day) we that were of Paul s company
25. 6 the next day, sitting on the judgment seat
1.0thtr. the other, different from, fTfpos heteros.
Acts 20. 15 and the next (day) we arrived at Samos
27. 3 next (day) we touched at Sidon. And Ju.
8. To have, hold, adhere to, adjoin, exu ec^l -
Acts 20. 15 and the next (day) we came to Miletus
NE-ZI -AH, rr*} pre-eminent.
One of the Nethinim whose descendants returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 54 The children of X., the children of Hatipha
Neli. 7. 56 ThechildrenofN.,theehildrenof Ilatipha
NE -ZIB, 2 VJ plantation.
A city in Judah; now called Beit Xasib, near Ashna.
Josh. is- 43 And Jiphtah, and Ashnah, and N.
NIB -HAZ, ira}.
An idol of the Avites (in the form of a dog) brought to
Samaria along with Turtalc, etc.
2 Ki.i7- 31 And the Avites made N. and Tartak, and
NTB -SHAN, iv^jn the furnace.
A city in the S.E. of Judah, near the city of Salt, and
En-gedi, supposed to be the same as Ashan and Chor-
A xhan but these were rather in the tribe of Simeon to
the S.W.
Josh. 15. 62 N., and the city of Salt, and En-gedi; six
NI-CA -NOR, Njicayoip conqueror.
One of the seven disciples chosen to serve tables in the
church at Jerusalem.
Acts 6. 5 X., and Timon, and Parmenas, and Nicolas
NT CO-DE -MTTS, NiKoSrjjuoJ innocent blood.
A rabbi who came to Jesus by night ; who vindicated
him, and who at last embalmed him.
John 3. i was a man of the Pharisees, named N.
3 4 N. saith unto him. How can a man be born
3. o N. answered and said unto him. How can
7. 50 N. saith unto them, lie that came to Jesus
19- 39 there came also N.,whichat thefirstcame
NI-CO-LAI-TANES, NiKO\a?rcci.
The followers of one Nicolas, whoso deeds are con
demned without being mentioned. B.C. 70.
Rev. 2. 6 thou hatest the deeds of the N., which I
2. is also them that hold the doctrine of the N.
KI-CO -LAS. Ni/cd\aos conqueror of th-e people.
A proselyte of Antioch, and one of the seven disciples
chosen to serve tables.
Acts 6. 5 and Parmenas, and > . a proselyte of An.
NICOPOLIS 695 NIGHT
NI-CO-PO -LIS, NiK($iroA.<s city of victory.
A city of Thrace, now called Nikopi, on the river
Nessus (Karasu), the boundary between Thrace and
Macedonia.
Titus 3. 12 be diligent to come unto me to X : for I
NI -QER, Nfyp.
Surname of Simeon, one of the prophets and teachers
at Antioch when Paul and Barnabas returned thither
after carrying the contributions of the brethren to the
poor saints at Jerusalem.
Acts 13. i Simeon that was called N., and Lucius of
NIGH (at hand, to or unto)
I. Near, 3Vij} qarob.
Lev. 10. 3 be sanctified in them that come nigh me
21. 3 a virgin, that is nigh unto him, which h.
Num 24.17 I shall behold him, but not uigh : there
Deut. 4. 7 who (hath) God (so) nigh unto them, as
13. 7 which (are) round about you, nigh unto
22. 2 if thy brother (be) not nigh unto thee, or
30. 14 the word (is) very nigh unto thee, in thy
i Ki. 8. 59 nigh unto the LORD our God day and night
i Ch.i2. 40 Moreover they that were nigh them, (ev.)
Esth. 9. 20 in all the provinces, .(both) nigh and far
Psa. 34. 1 8 The LORD (is) nigh unto them that are of
85. 9 his salvation (is) nigh them that fear him
145. 18 The LORD(is) nigh unto all them thatcall
Joel 2. i for the day of the LORD . .(is) nigh at hand
Z.Flesh, relation, ixy sheer.
Lev. 25. 49 (any) that is nigh of kin unto him of his
3.Neighbour, ]?{? shaken.
Deut. i. 7 (the places) nigh thereunto, in the plain
4. Nigh, tyyvs etjgus.
Matt 24. 32 leaves, ye know that summer (is) nigh
Mark 1 3. 29 know that it is nigh, (even) at the doors
Lukeig. ii because he was nigh to Jerusalem, and
21. 30 and know, .that summer is now nigh at
21. 31 that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand
John 6. 4 the passover, a feast of the Jews, was ni.
6. 19 see Jesus . . drawing nigh unto the ship
6. 23 nigh unto the place where they did eat
ii. 18 Now Bethany was nigh unto Jerusalem
11. 55 the Jews passover was nigh at hand : and
19. 20 place where Jesus was crucified was nigh
19. 42 for the sepulchre was nigh at hand
Acts 9. 38 Lydda was nigh to Joppa, and the discip.
27. 8 nigh whereunto was the city (of) Lasea
Kom.io. 8 ; Eph. 2. 13 ; 2. 17 ; Heb. 6. 8.
5. To be or come nir/h, eyyi^ia eijgizo.
Luke2i. 20 that the desolation, .is nigh, Phil. 2. 30
Q. Alongside of, irapd. (ace.) para.
Matt 15. 29 and came nigh unto the sea of Galilee
Mark 521 passed over, .he was nigh unto the sea
1.Very near orniyh to, iraponrK-riffiov paraplesion.
Phil. 2. 27 he was sick nign unto death : but God had
8. Toward, irpds (ace.) pros.
Mark 5. n there was there, [nigh unto] the mount.
NIGHT, (by or in the)
I. Darkness, ~yn choshtik.
Job 26. 10 until the day and night come to an end
Z.Night, V1
?, rh ^layelah,layil.
Gen. i. 5 and the darkness he called night. And
i. 14 lights, .to divide the day from the night
i. 16 and the lesser light to rule the night : (he
i. 1 8 to rule over the day and over the night
7. 4, i2 upon the earth forty days and forty n.
8. 22 winter, and day and night shall not cease
14. 15 he and his servants, by night, and smote
19. 5 the men which came in to thee this night?
19. 33 made their father drink wine that night
19. 34 let us make him drink wine this night also
19. 35 their father drink wine that night also
20. 3 came to Abimelech in a dream by night
26. 24 LORD appeared unto him the same night
30. 16 mandrakes. And he lay with her that n.
31. 24 to Laban the Syrian in a dream by night
31. 39 (whether) stolen by day, or stolen by night
31. 40 consumed me, and the frost by night ; and
32. 13 And he lodged there that same night ; and
32. 21 himself lodged that night in the company
32. 22 And he rose up that night, and took his
40. 5 each man his dream in one night, each
41. ii And we dreamed a dream in one night, I
46. 2 unto Israel in the visions of the night, and
Ezodio. 13 the land all that day, and all (that) night
12. 8 they shall eat the flesh in that night, ro.
12. 12 pass through the land of Egypt this night
12. 30 And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he, and
12. 31 he called for Moses and Aaron by night
1-2. 42 It (is) a night to be much observed unto
12. 42 this (is) that night of the LORD to be obs.
13. 21 and by night in a pillar of fire
13. 21 to give them light ; to go by day and night
13. 22 nor the pillar of flre by night,(from) before
14- 20 but it gave light by night (to these) : so
14. 20 one came not near the other all the night
14- 21 by a strong east wind all that night, and
24. 18 to the mount forty days and forty nights
34- 28 with the LORD forty days and forty nights
40. 38 and flre was on it by night, in the sight of
Lev. 6. 9 burning upon the altar all night unto the
&. 35 Therefore shall ye abide, .day and night
Num. 9. 16 and the appearance of flre by night
9. 21 whether(itwas)bydayorbynight that the
ii. 9 the dew fell upon the camp in the night
Num 1 1. 32 stood up all that day, and all (that) night
14. i and cried ; and the people wept that night
14. 14 cloud, and in a pillar of flre by night
22. 8 said unto them, Lodge here this night, and
22. 19 I pray you, tarry ye also here this night
22. 20 And God came unto Balaam at night, and
Deut. i. 33 in flre by night, to show you by what way
9. 9, ii, 18, 25 forty days and forty nights
io. 10 first time, forty days and forty nights; and
16. i brought thee forth out of Egypt by night
23. io uncleanness that chanceth him by night
28. 66 thou shalt fear day and night, and shalt
Josh. i. 8 shalt meditate therein day and night, that
4. 3 lodging place where ye shall lodge this n.
8. 3 of valour, and sent them away by night
8. 9 but Joshua lodged that night among the
8. 13 Joshua went that night into the midst of
io. 9 Joshua. .went up from Gilgal all night
Judg. 6. 25 came to pass the same night, that the L.
6. 27 not do (it) by day, that he did (it) by night
6. 40 And God did so that night : for it was dry
7. 9 And it came to pass the same night, that
9. 32 Now therefore upl>y night, thou and the
9. 34 people that (were) with him, by night, and
16. 2 laid wait for him all night in the gate of
16. 2 and were quiet all the night, saying, In the
19. 25 knew her, and abused her all the night
20. 5 beset the house round about . . by night
Ruth 3. 13 Tarry this night, and it shall be in the ni.
1 Sa. 14. 34 every man his ox with him that night, and
14. 36 go down after the Philistines by night, and
15. ii and he cried unto the LORD all night
15. 16 what the LORD hath said to me this night
19. 10 and David fled, and escaped that night
19. 24 naked all that day and all that night
25. 16 They were a wall unto us, both by night
26. 7 and Abishai came to the people by night
28. 8 and they came to the woman by night : and
28. 20 no bread all the day, nor all the night
28. 25 they rose up, and went away that night
30. 12 (any) water, three days and three nights
31. 12 valiant men arose, and went all night, and
2 Sa. 2. 29 Abner and his men walked all that night
2. 32 Joaband his men went all night, and they
4. 7 gat them away through the plain all night
7. 4 And it came to pass that night, that the
17. i arise and pursue after David this night
17. 16 Lodge not this night in the plains of the
19. 7 will not tarry one with thee this night : and
21. io by day, nor the beasts of the field by nig.
1 Ki. 3. 5 appeared to Solomon in a dream by night
3. 19 this woman s child died in the night; be.
8. 29 may be open toward this house night and
8. 59 nigh unto the LORD our God day and night
19. 8 forty days and forty nights unto Horeb
2 Ki. 6. 14 theycame by night, and compassed the c.
7. 12 the king arose in the night, and said unto
8. 21 he rose by night, and smote the Edomites
19. 35 it came to pass that night, that the angel
25. 4 all the men. .fled by night by the way of
1 Ch. 9. 33 they were employed in. .work day and n.
17. 3 it came to pass the same night, that the
2 Ch. i. 7 In that night did God appear unto Solo.
6. 20 may be open upon this house day and ni.
7. 12 LORD appeared to Solomon by night, and
21. 9 rose up by night, and smote the Edomites
35. 14 of burnt offerings and the fat until night
Neh. i. 6 which I pray before thee now, day and n.
2. 12 I arose in the night, I and some few men
2. 13 I went out by night by the gate of the v.
2. 15 Then went I up in the night by the brook
4. 9 set a watch against them day and night
4. 22 that in the night they may be a guard to
6. io in the night will they come to slay thee
9. 12 in the night by a pillar of flre, to give
9. 19 neither the pillarof fire by night, to show
Esth. 4. 16 neither eat nor drink three days, night or
6. i On that night could not the king sleep
Job 2. 13 they sat down, .seven days and seven ni.
3. 3 and the night.. it was said, There is a man
3. 6 that night, let darkness seize upon it; let
3. 7 Lo, let that night be solitary ; let no joy.
4. 13 In thoughts from the visions of the night
5. 14 and grope in the noon day as in the night
7. 3 and wearisome nights are appointed to me
17. 12 They change the night into day : the lig.
20. 8 be chased away as a vision of the night
24. 14 and needy, and in the night is as a thief
27. 20 a tempest stealethhim away in the night
33. 15 In a dream, in a vision of the night, when
34. 25 he overturneth . . in the night, so that they
35. io my maker, who giveth songs in the night
36. 20 Desire not the night, when people are cut
Psa. i. 2 in his law doth he meditate day and night
6. 6 all the night make I my bed to swim ; I
17. 3 thou hast visited . .in the night ; thou ha.
19. 2 and night unto night showeth knowledge
22. 2 and in the night season, and am not silent
32. 4 day and night thy hand was heavy upon
42. 3 My tears have been my meat day and ni.
42. 8 in the night his song (shall be) with me
55. io Day and night they go about it upon the
74. 16 The day (is) thine, the night also (is) thine
77. 2 my sore ran in the night, and ceased not
77. 6 call to remembrance my song in the night
78. 14 led them, .all the night with a light of f.
88. i I have cried day (and) night before thee
90. 4 when it is past, and (as) a watch in the n.
91. 5 Thou shalt not beafraid for. .terror by n.
92. 2 To show forth, .thy faithfulness every n.
104. 20 Thou makest darkness, and it is night
105. 39 covering, and fire to give light in the ni.
Psa. 1 19. 55 remembered . . in the night, and have kept
121. 6 not unite thee by day, nor the moon by n.
134. i which by night stand in the house of the
136. 9 The moon anil stars to rule by night: for
139. ii even the night shall be light about me
139. 12 the night shineth as the day : the darkn.
Prov. 7. 9 in the evening, in the black and dark ni.
31. 15 She riseth also while it is yet night, and
31. 18 good : her candle goeth not out by night
Eccl. 2. 23 yea, his heart taketh not rest in the night
8. 16 neither day nor night seeth sleep with his
Song 3. i By night on my bed I sought him whom
3. 8 upon his thigh, because of fear in the ni.
5. 2 (and) my locks with the drops of the night
Isa. 4. 5 the shining of a flaming flre by night : for
15. i, i Because in the night.. of Moab is laid w.
16. 3 make thy shadow as the night in the mid.
21. 8 and I am set in my ward whole nights
21. ii what of the night?, .what of the night?
21. 12 The moming cometh, and also the night
26. 9 my soul have I desired thee in the night
27. 3 lest (any) hurt it, I will keep it night and
28. 19 shall it pass over, by day and by night ; and
29. 7 all. .shall be as a dream of a night vision
30. 29 Ye shall have a song, as in the night, (w.)
34. io It shall not be quenched night nor day
38. 12, 13 from day. .to night wilt thou make an
60. ii thy gates, .shall not be shut day nor night
62. 6 shall never hold their peace day nor night
Jur. 6. 5 Arise, and let us go by night, and let us
9. i that I might weep day and night for the
14. 17 Let mine eyes run down with tears night
16. 13 shall ye serve other gods day and night
31.35 ordinances, .of the stars for a light by ni.
33. 20 of the day, and my covenant of the night
33. 20 that there should not be day and night
33. 25 If my covenant (be) not with day and ni.
36. 30 cast out in.. to the heat, and in the night
39. 4 went forth out of the city by night, by
49. 9 if thieves by night, they will destroy till
52. 7 went forth out of the city by night, by the
Lam. i. 2 She weepeth sore in the night, and her
2. 1 8 run down like a river day and night : give
2. 19 Arise, cry out in the night ; in the begin.
Hos. 4. 5 also shall fall with thee in the night, and
7. 6 wait : their baker sleepeth all the night
Amos 5. 8 and maketh the day dark with night : that
Obad. 5 thieves came to thee, if robbers by night
Jon. i. 17 belly of the flsh three days and three ni.
4. io came up in a night, and perished in a ui.
Mic. 3. 6 Therefore night (shall be) unto you, that
Zech. i. 81 saw by night, and behold a man riding
14. 7 knowuto the LoRD.not day,nor night: but
S.Night, *lty telya.
Dan. 2. 19 revealed unto Daniel, .night vision. Then
5. 30 In that night was Belshazzar the king of
7. -2 and said, I saw in my vision by night, and
7. 7 After this I saw in the nijdit visions, and
7. 13 I saw in. .night visions, and, behold, (one)
i.The twilight, r,jpj nesheph.
Isa. 5. ii that continue until night, (till) wine in.
21. 4 the night of my pleasure hath he turned
59. io we stumble at noon day as in the night
5. Evening, n~i^ ereb.
Gen. 49. 27 aiid at night he shall divide the spoil
Lev. 6. 20 in the morning, and half thereof at night
Job 7. 4 When shall I arise, and the night begone?
Psa. 30. 5 weeping may endure for a night, but joy
6. Night, vvl- nux.
Matt. 2. 14 the young child and his mother by night
4. 2 he had fasted forty days and forty nights
12. 40 as Jonas was three days and three nights
12. 40 the Son of man be three days and three n.
14. 25 in the fourth watch of the night Jesus w.
26. 31 shall be offended because of me this night
26. 34 That this night, before the cock crow, thou
27. 64 lest his disciples come [by night], and steal
28. 13 Hisdisciplescame by night, and stole him
Mark 4. 27 should sleep, and rise night and day, and
5. 5 And always, night and day, he was in the
6. 48 about the fourth watch of the night he
14. 27 shall be offended because of me [this ni.]
14. 30 That this day, (even) in this night, before
Luke 2. 8 keeping watch over their flock by night
2. 37 with fastings and prayers night and day
5. 5 Master, we have toiled all the night, and
12. 20 fool, this night thy soul shall be required
17. 34 I tell you, in that night there shall be two
18. 7 elect, which cry day and night unto him
21. 37 at night he went out, and abode in the
John 3. 2 The same came to Jesus by night, and said
7. 50 he that came to Jesus[by night], being one
9. 4 the night cometh, when no man can work
11. io But if a man walk in the night, he stum.
13. 30 went immediately out : and it was night
19. 39 which at the first came to Jesus by night
21. 3 and that night they caught nothing
Acts 5. 19 But the angel of the Lord by night opened
9. 24 they watched the gates day and night to
9. 25 Then the disciples took him by night, and
12. 6 same night Peter was sleeping between
16. 9 a vision appeared to Paul in the night
16. 33 he took them the same hour of the night
17. io sent away Paul and Silas by night unto B.
1 8. 9 spake the Lord to Paul in the night by a
20. 31 I ceased not to warn everyone night and
23. ii night following, the Lord stood by him
23. 23 hundred, at the third hour of the night
23. 31 and brought (him) by night to Antipatris
36. 7 instantly serving (God) day and night, ho.
NIGHT 696 NO
Acts 27. 23" For there stood by me this night the angel
27. 27 Hut when the fourteenth night was come
Rom 13. 12 The night is far spent, the day is athand
i Co. ii. 23 That the Lord Jesus the (same) night in
i Th. 2. 9 for labouring night and day, because we
10 Night and day praying exceedingly that
2 the day . . so cometh as a thief in the night
5 we are not of the night, nor of darkness
7 For they that sleep sleep in the night ; and
7 that be drunken are drunken in the night
i Th. 3. 8 wrought with labour and travail night mid
1 Ti. 5. 5 supplications and prayers night and day
2 Ti. i. 3 remembrance of thee in my prayers night
2 I e. 3. 10 will come as a thief [in the night]; in the
Rev. 4. 8 they rest not day and night, saying, Holy
7. 15 serve him day and night in his temple : and
8. 12 third part of it, and the night likewise
12. 10 accused them before our God day and n.
14. ii and they have no rest day nor night, who
20. 10 shall be tormented day and night for ever
21. 25 day : for there shall be no night there
22. 5 there shall be no night there ; and they
NIGHT and a day, a
A night and a day, wx^f-^pov mwhthemeron.
3 Co. 1 1. 25 a night and a day I have been in the deep
NIGHT, to pass the
To pass the night, r3 Intth.
Dan. 6. 18 Then the king, .passed the night fasting
NIGHT HAWK
Owl, swallow, cuckoo, DC^n tachmas.
Lev. ii. 16 the night hawk, and the cuckoo, and the
Dent 14. 15 the night hawk, and the cuckoo, and the
NIGHT season
Night, VS layil.
Job 30". 17 are pierced in me in the night season
Psa. 16. 7 my reins., instruct me in the night seasons
NIM -RAH, .Tipi. flowing water.
A city in Gad in Gilead, bordering on Moab, between
Jazer and Hesbon, or in the valley near Beth-aram.
See Bcth-nimrah.
Xurns?. 3 N., and Heshbon, ar.d Elealeh, and Shebam
NTM -RIM, Q ipi flowing streams.
Waters on the borders of Gad and Moab; the ruins of
a city A imrin still remain near Ramoth (el-Salt).
Isa. 15. 6 the waters of N. shall be desolate : for the
Jer. 48. 34 the waters also of X. shall be desolate
NIM -ROD, ~\
~tfi, Tr.pi valiant, strong.
1. Son of Cush, son of Ham. B.C. 2218.
Gen. 10. 8 Cush begat N . : he began to be a mighty
10. 9 as X. the mighty hunter before the LOUD
i Ch. i. 10 Cush begat N. : he began to be mighty upon
2. His land, i.e. Babylonia.
Mic. 5. 6 the land of N. in the entrances thereof
NIM -SHI, y;pi Jah reveals.
Grandfather or father of Jehu, who smote Joram son
of Ahab, and reigned in his stead over Israel. B.C. 950.
1 Ki.ig. 16 the son of X. shalt thou anoint (to be) k.
2 Ki. 9. 2, 14 Jehu. .son of Jehoshiphat, thesonof X.
9. 20 (is) like the driving of J. the son of X.
2 Ch.22. 7 he went out. .against Jehu the son of X.
NINE
l.Nine, nyyi?, yyn teshrr, tishah.
Gen. 5. 5 days . .were nine hundred and thirty ye.
5. 8 the days of Seth were nine hundred and
5. ii the days of Enos were nine hundred and
5. 14 the days of Cainan were nine hundred and
5. 20 the days of Jared were nine hundred sixty
5. 27 were nine hundred sixty and nine years
9. 29 the days of Xoah were nine hundred and
11. 19 Peleg lived., two hundred and nine years i
ii. 24 Xahbr lived nine and twenty years, and \
17. i, 24 Abram was ninety years old and nine
Exoc^S. 24 thegold. .was twenty andninetalents.and
Lev. 25. 8 shall be unto thee forty and nine years
Xum. i. 23 fifty and nine thousand and three hundr.
2. 13 fifty and nine thousand and three hundred
29. 26 on the fifth day nine bullocks, two rams
34. 13 commanded to give unto the nine tribes
Dent. 3. ii nine cubits (was) the lencrth thereof. and
Josh 13. 7 for an inheritance unto the nine tribes
14. 2 the nine tribes, and (for) the half tribe
15. 32 the cities (are) twenty and nine, with th.
15. 44, 54 nine cities with their villages
21. 16 nine cities out of those two tribes
Judg. 4. 3 he had nine hundred chariots of iron : and
4. 13 nine hundred chariots of iron, and all
2 Sa. 24. 8 the end of nine months and twenty days
2 Ki. 14. 2 reigned twenty and nine years in Jerus.
15. 13 the nine and thirtieth year of VZZ\A\I
13. 17 the nine and thirtieth vear of Azariah
17. i rei(*n in Samaria over Israel nine years
1 8 2 reigned twenty and nine years in Jerusa.
1 Ch. 3. 8 Elishama, and Eliada, and Eliphelet, nine
o. a brethren . .nine hundred and fifty and six
2 Ch.25. i reigned twenty and nine years in Jerusa.
29. i reigned nine and twenty years in Jerusa.
Ezra i. 9 thousand chargers., nine and twenty kn.
2. 8 The children of Zattu, nine hundred forty
2. 36 children . . nine hundred seventy and,three
2. 42 (in) all an hundred thirty and nine
Neh. 7. 38 three thousand nine hundred and thirty
7. 39 children . .nine hundred seventy and three
ii. i and nine parts (to dwell) in (other) cities
ii. 8 Sallai, nine hundred twenty and eight
2. Nine, tvvf a. ennea.
Lukei7- 17 not ten cleansed? but where (are) the nine?
NINETEEN -
Nine-ten^yynyyR, n-iyy-yiy? tcsha e/tre, tishah asar.
Gen. ii. 25 Xahor live<f . .an hundred and nineteen
Josh 19. 38 nineteen cities with their villages
2 Sa. 2. 30 lacked of David s servants nineteen men
NINETEENTH
Nine-ten,~tfy~n&*i n-)\py~yy$ tesha esre, tishaasar.
2 Ki. 25. 8 which (is) the nineteenth year of king N.
i Ch. 24. 16 The nineteenth to Pethahiah, thetwenti.
25. 26 The nineteenth to Mallothi, (he), his sons
Jer. 52. 12 which (was) the nineteenth year of Xebu.
NINETY
Ninety, D yyn tishim.
Gen. 5. 9 And Enos lived ninety years, and begat C.
5. 17 were eight hundred ninety and five years
5. 30 Lamech lived, .five hundred ninety and
17. i And when Abram was ninety years old
17. 17 shall Sarah,that is ninety years old, bear?
17. 24 And Abram (was) ninety years old and n.
i Sa. 4. 15 Xow Eli was ninety and eight years old
1 Ch. 9. 6 theirbrethren, six hundred and ninety
Ezra 2. 16 children of Ater of Hezekiah, ninety and
2. 20 The children of Gibbar, ninety and five
2. 58 servants, (were) three hundred ninety and
8. 35 ninety and six rams, seventy and seven
Xeh. 7. 21 of Ater of Hezekiah, ninety and eight
7. 25 The children of Gibeon, ninety and five
7. 60 (were) three hundred ninety and two
Jer. 52. 23 there were ninety and six pomegranates on
Eze. 4. 5 the days, three hundred and ninety days
4. 9 three hundred and ninety days shalt thou
41.12 and the length thereof ninety cubits
Dan. 12. ii a thousand two hundred and ninety days
NINETY and nine
Ninety nine, tvvtvrjK.ovT a.fvvta. ennenekontaennea.
Matt iS. 12 doth he not leave the ninety and nine
18. 13 than of the ninety and nine which went
Lukeis. 4 doth not leave the ninety and nine in the
15. 7 more than over ninety and nine just per.
NIN-E -VE, Nii/euf. Saine as succeeding.
Luken. 32 men [of X.] shall rise up in the judgment
NI-NE -VEH, ni} }, Nipei/Tj.
A city on a tract above the confluence of the Zabatusor
Lycus (great Zab) with the Tigris; now called Kouyanjak.
It was greater than Babylon, beingin circumference 480
stadia, or twenty-four hours (three days ) journey, Jonah
3. 3; was the capital of Assyria; had more than 120,000
infants in it at one time ; it was taken by Arbaces the
Mede, B.C. 876; warned by Jonah in 8^2; conquered
and destroyed by Cyaxares and Xebuchadnezzar in 606;
Hieraclius and Rhazates fought a great battle on its
site, A.D. 627; it was explored by Layard in 1840-1853.
Gen. 10. ii builded X., and the city Rehoboth, and
10. 12 Resen between X. and Calah : the same
2 Ki.ig. 36 and went and returned, and dwelt at X.
Isa. 37. 37 and went and returned, and dwelt at X.
Jon. i. 2 go to X., that great city, and cry against
3. 2 go unto X., that great city, and preach
3. 3 Jonah arose, and went unto X., according
3. 3 X. was an exceeding great city of three
3. 4 yet forty days, and X. shall be overtlin>.
3. 5 the people of X. believed God, and proclaf.
3. 6 word came unto the king of X.,and he arose
3. 7 published through X. by the decree of the
4. ii And should not I spare X., that great city
Xah. i. i The burden of Xineveh. The book of the
2. 8 X. (is) of old like a pool of water ; yet
3. 7 X. is laid waste : who will bemoan her? w.
Zeph. 2. 13 will make X. a desolation, (and) dry like
Mattia. 41 The men of X. shall rise in judgment with
NI-NE-VTTES, NJWUITOI. Inhabitants of Nineveh.
Luken. 30 as Jonas was a sign unto the X., so shall
NINTH
I. Ninth, y OT teshii.
Lev. 25. 22 eat (yet) of old fruit until the ninth year
Xum 7. 60 On the ninth day Abidan the son of Gid.
2 Ki. 17. 6 In the ninth year of Hoshea the king of
25. i And it came to pass in the ninth year of
1 Ch.i2. 12 Johanan the eighth, Elzabad the ninth
24. ii The ninth to Jeshuah, the tenth to Shec.
25. 16 The ninth to Mattaniah, (he), his sons
27. 12 The ninth (captain) for the ninth month
Ezra 10. 9 It(was)the ninth nionth. and the twentieth
Jer. 36. 9 itcameto pass.. in theninthmonth, (that)
36 22 in the winter house, in the ninth month
39. i In the ninth year of Zedekiah king of Ju.
52. 4 it came to pass in the ninth year of his
Eze. 24. i Again in the ninth year, in the tenth m.
Hag. 2. io, 18 four and twentieth (day)of..ninth(m.)
Zech. 7. i in the fourth (day) of the ninth month
2.Ninc, nyyn, yyn (f.iha, tishah.
Lev. 23. 32 in the ninth (day) of the month at even
2 Ki. 18. io that (is) the ninth year of Hoshea king of
25. 3 And on the ninth (day) of the (fourth) m.
2 Ch.i6. 12 in the thirty and ninth year of his reign
Jer. 39. 2 in the fourth month, the ninth (day) of the
52. 6 in the fourth month, in the ninth (day) of
3. Ninth, twaros ennatos, (VO.TOS enatos.
Matt 20. 5 went out about the sixth and ninth hour
27. 45 over all the land unto the ninth hour
27. 46 about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a
. 33 over the whole land until the ninth hour
Mark 1 5. 34 at the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud
LukC23. 44 over all the earth until the ninth hour
Acts 3. i the hour of prayer, (being) the ninth (ho.)
io. 3 He saw. .about the ninth hour of the day
io. 30 at the ninth hour 1 prayed in my house
Rev. 21. 20 the eighth, beryl ; the ninth, a topaz ; the
NI -SAN, 19 ;.
The first month of the year (called Abib in the Books of
Moses), beginning with the new moon at the end of
March. It is the name of the Babylonian god of spring.
"
Xeh. 2. i And it came to pass in the month N., in the
Esth. 3. 7 the first month, that (is), the month X.
NIS -ROCH, Tppa eagle, hawk.
An Assyrian idol with a temple in Xineveh, in which
Sennacherib was slain, B.C. 698 : it had a human form
with an eagle s head, according to Philo, as quoted by
Eusebius.
2 Ki.ig. 37 worshipping in the house of X. his god
Isa. 37. 38 worshipping in the house of X. his god
NITRE
Nitre, inj nether.
Prov 25. 20 vinegar upon nitre, so (is) he that singeth
Jer. 2. 22 though thou wash thee with nitre, and
NO, Ki.
A city on both sides of the Xile ; the capital of I pper
Egypt, called also Thebes and Diospoliit; the chief seat
of the worship of Amon, with a famous temple. It was
destroyed. B.C. 81.
Jer. 46. 25 I will punish the multitude of X., and
Eze. 30. 14 in Zoan, and will execute judgments in X
30. 15 and I will cut off the multitude of X.
30. 16 X. shall be rent asunder, and Xopb (shall)
Xah. 3. 8 ArtthoubetterthanpopulousX.,thatwas
NO
\.Tlwre is not, there are not, J K ayin.
i Ki. 18. 26 But (there was) no voice, nor any that
Jer. 7. 32 shall bury in Tophet, till there be no place
2. Not (anything), (raw?) *>* al (meumah).
Gen. 13. 8 Abram said unto Lot, Let there be no
Jer. 39. 12 look well to him, and do him no harm
3. End. cessation, only, D^x ephes.
Isa. 5. 8 lay field to field, till..no place, that they
Prov 26. 20 Where no wood is. .the fire goeth out; so
Amos 6. io he shall say, Xo. Then shall he say, Hold
l.Not, "?3 bal.
Isa. 33. 2 1 wherein shall go no galley with oars.neithc r
5.Not any, to "?3 kf>l la.
Ezra 4. 16 by this means thou shalt have no porti 11.
Dan. 2. io therefore, .no king, lord, nor ruler, .asked
2. 35 no place was found for them : and the at.
3. 25 the midst of . .fire, and they have no hurt
3. 27 upon whose bodies the fire had no power
3. 29 because there is no otherGod that can de.
4. 9 no secret troubleth thee, tell me the visL
6. 2 accounts, .and the king should have no
6. 1 5 That no decree nor statute which the king
6. 22 before thee, O king, have I done no hurt
6.No, N ? Io.
Gen. 15. 3 Behold, to me thou hast given no seed: and
16. i Sarai, Abram s wife, bare him no children
7. Without, N4
??, N^ le-lo, be Io.
1 Ch. 12. 17 seeing, .no wrong in mine hands, the God
2 Oh. 1 3. 9 may be a priest of (them that are) no gods
Job 26. 3 hast thou counselled (him thathath)now.?
8. But, iA\a alia.
Luke23- 15 Xo, nor yet Herod : for I sent you to him
9.No, not, fj.4 me.
Matt 6. 31 Therefore take no thought, saying, What
6. 34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow
9. 36 were scattered abroad , as sheep having no
io. 19 take no thought how or what ye shall sp.
13. 5 sprung up, because they had no deepness
13 6 because they had no root, they withered
25 ,
23. q call no (man) your father upon the earth
Mark 4. 5 sprang up, because it had no depth of ea.
4. 6 and because it had no root, it withered a.
6. 8 save a staff only ; no scrip, no bread, no
12. 18 Sadducces, which say there is no resurre.
12. 19 leave no children, that his brother should
13. ii take no thought beforehand what ye shall
i:-. ii take ye no thought bow or what thing je
12 22 Take no thought for your life, what ye
13. ii was bowed together, and could in nowise
22. 36 he that hath no sword, let him sell his g.
Acts ~i. 20 be desolate, and let no man dwell therein
23. 8 For the Sadducees say that there is no r.
Rom V 3 1)ut sin is not toputed when there is nol.
7 . 3 so that she is no adulteress, though she
1 Co. i. io and (that)there be no divisions among you
7. 37 standeth stedfast in his heart, having no
2 Co. 5. 21 made him. .sin for us, who knew no sin
13. 7 Xow I pray to God that ye do no evil; not
Gal. 4. 8 service unto them which l-.y nature are no
Eph 2. 12 haring no hope, and withoutGod in the w.
5. ii have no fellowship with the unfruitful w.
i Th. 4. 6 That no (man) go beyond and defraud his
4. 13 not, even as ot iitTs which have no hope
2. Th. 3. 14 have no company with him, that he may
i Ti. i. 3 charge some that they teach no other do.
3. j Xot given to wine, no striker, not greedy
NO 697 NO
Titus i. 7 not given to wine, no striker, not given to
Jas. 2. 13 without mercy that hath showed no me.
i Pe. 3. 10 refrain, .his lips that they speak no guile
10. Not any, ^ -n mi ti.
Luken. 36 full of light, having no part dark> i?. 4.
11. AW even one, ftrjSeif mSdeis.
Luke 3. 13 Exact no more than that which is appoin.
Acts 4. 17 speak henceforth to no man in this name
13. 28 And though they found no cause of death
15. 28 to lay upon you no greater burden than
1 6. 28 Do thyself no harm ; for we are all here
19. 40 there being no cause whereby we maygive
21. 25 [concluded that theyobserve no such thing]
28. 6 had looked agreat while, and saw no harm
28. 18 because there was no cause of death inme
1 Co. i. 7 So that ye come behind in no gift ; wait.
10. 25, 27 asking no question for conscience sake
2 Co. 6. 3 Giving no offence in any thing, that them.
13. 7 Now I pray to God that ye do no evil ; not
Heb. 10. 2 should have had no more conscience of
12. Assuredly not, not at all, ov ^i] ou me.
1 Co. 8. 13 I will eat no flesh while the world stand.
Rev. 18. 7 I sit a queen, .and shall see no sorrow
13.AW, no, ov ou.
Matt. 6. i otherwise ye have no reward of your Fat.
12. 39 there shall no sign be given to it, but the
16. 4 there shall no sign be given unto it, but
16. 7 (It is) because we have taken no bread
1 6. 8 why. .because ye have brought no bread?
19. 1 8 Thou shalt do no murder, Thou shalt
20. 13 Friend, I do thee no wrong: didst not thou
25. 3 took their lamps, andtookno oil with them
25. 42 was an hungered, and ye gave me no meat
25. 42 I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink
26. 55 teaching in the temple, and ye laid no hold
Mark 2. 17 They that are whole have no need of the
4. 7 thorns, .choked it, and it yielded no fruit
4. 17 have no root in themselves, and so endure
4- 40 [so fearful? how is it that ye have no fa.?]
8. 16 they reasoned. .(Itis) because we have no
8. 17 Why reason ye because ye have no bread ?
9. 3 so as no fuller on earth can white them
12. 20 first took a wife, and dying left no seed
12. 22 And the seven had her, and left no seed
Luke i. 7 they had no child, because that Elisabeth
1. 33 and of his kingdom there shall be no end
2. 7 because there was no room for them in the
7. 44 thou gavest me no water formy feet : but
7. 45 Thou gavest me no kiss : but this woman
8. 13 these have no root, which for a while be.
8. 14 of . .life, and bring no fruit to perfection
8. 27 had devils long time, and ware no clothes
9. 13 We have no more but five loaves and two
11. 29 there shall no sign be given it, but the sign
12. 17 What shall I do, because I have no room
12. 33 where no thief approacheth, neithermoth
15. 7 just persons, which need no repentance
16. 2 account, .for thou mayest be no longer
20. 22 Is it lawful for us to give tribute, .or no?
20. 31 the seven, .they left no children, and died
22. 53 ye stretched forth no hands against me
John i. 21 thou that prophet? And he answered, No
1. 47 an Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile !
2. 3 mother, .saith unto him, They have no w.
4. 9 for the Jews have no dealings with theS.
4. 17 woman answered and said, I have no hu.
4. 17 Thou hast well said, I have no husband
4. 38 to reap that whereon ye bestowed no la.
4. 44 a prophet hath no honour in his own co.
5. 7 Sir, I have no man, when the water is tr.
6. 53 and drink his blood, ye have no life in you
7. 1 8 is true, and no unrighteousness is in him
7. 52 look : for out. of Galilee ariseth no prophet
8. 37 to kill me, because my word hath no place
8. 44 in the truth, because there is no truth in
9.41 If ye were blind, ye should hayenosin:but
n. 10 he stumbleth, because there is no light in
13. 8 If I wash thee not, thou hast no part with
15. 22 but now they have no cloak for their sin
191 6 and crucify, .for I find no fault in him
16. 9 Whence nrtthou? But Jesus gave him no
19. 15 answered, We have no king but Cesar
21. 5 have ye any meat? They answered him, No
Acts 7. 5 his seed after him, when, .he had no chi.
7. ii dearth.. and our fathers found no sustena.
10. 34 I perceive that God is no respecter of pe.
12. 18 there was no small stir among the soldi.
13. 37 whom God raised again, saw no corrupt.
15. 2 had no small dissension and disput.v. 14.
18. 15 for I will be no judge of such (matters)
19. 23 the same time there arose no small stir
19. 24 brought no small gain unto the craftsmen
19. 26 saying that they be no gods which are
21. 39 Tarsus.. in Cilicia, a citizen of no meanc.
25. 26 Of whom I have no certain thing to write
27. 20 and no small tempest lay on . . all hope that
28. 2 the barbarous people showed us no little
Horn. 2. ii For there is no respect of persons with G.
3. 9 No, in no wise : for we have before proved
3. 1 8 There is no fear of God before their eyes
3. 22 all them that believe ; for there is no diff.
4- 15 for where no law is. .no transgression
7. 1 8 in my flesh, dwelleth no good thing : for
10. 12 For there is no difference between the Jew
10. 19 you to jealousy by (them that are) no pe.
13. i there is no power but of God : the powers
13. 10 Love worketh no ill to his neighbour: th.
2 Co. 7.25! have no commandment of the Lord : yet
10. 13 There hath no temptation taken you but
11. 1 6 we have no such custom, neither the ch.
1 Co. 1 2. 21 eye cannot say unto the hand, I have no
12. 21 nor again the head to the feet, I have no
12. 24 ourcomely (parts) have no need : but God
13. 5 is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil
15. 12 that there is no resurrection of the dead?
15. 13 But if there be no resurrection of the dead
2 Co. 2. 13 I had no rest in my spirit, because I found
8. 15 that (had gathered) little had no lack
ii. 14 no marvel ; for Satan himself is transfer.
11. 15 Therefore.. no great thing if his ministers
Gal. 2. 6 God accepteth no man s person : for they
5. 23 temperance : against such there is no law
Phil. 3. 3 For we. .have no confidence in the flesh
Col. 3. 25 receive, .and there is no respect of persons
1 Th. 5. i But. .ye have no need that I write unto
2 Ti. 3. 9 But they shall proceed no further, for
Heb. 8. 7 then should no place have been sought for
9. 22 without shedding of blood is no remission
10. 6 offerings . . for sin thou hast had no plea.
10. 38 but. .my soul shall have no pleasure in him
12. 17 he found no place of repentance, though
13. 10 whereof they have no right to eat which
13. 14 here have we no continuing city, but we
Jas. i. 17 with whom is no variableness, neither s.
2. ii Now if thou commit no adultery, yet if
i Pe. 2. 22 Who did no sin, neither was guile found
i Jo. i. 8 If we say that we have no sin, we deceive
2. 7 I write no new commandment unto you
2. 27 is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath
3. 5 to take away our sins ; and in him is no
4. 1 8 There is no fear in love; but perfect love
3 John 4 I have no greater joy than to hear that my
Rev. 7. 16 They shall hunger no more, neither thirst
10. 6 sware. .that there should be time no Ion.
14. 5 in their mouth was found no guile : for
14. 1 1 they have no rest day nor night, who wor.
18. 7 I sit a queen, and am no widow, and
20. 6 on such the second death hath no power
20. ii and there was found no place for them
21. i passed away; and there was no more sea
21. 4 there shall be no more death, neither so.
21. 22 I saw no temple therein : for the Lord God
21. 23 the city had no need of the sun, neither
21. 25 not be shut, .for there shall be no night
22. 3 there shall be no more curse : but the th.
22. 5 shall be no night there . .they need no c.
li.Notany by any means, ou (/UTJ) TTUS ou (me) pas.
Matt 24. 22 there should no flesh be saved: but for
Marki3. 20 no flesh should be saved : but for the el.
Rom. 3. 20 there shall no flesh be justified in his sight
1 Co. i. 29 That no flesh should glory in his presence
Gal. 2. 16 by the works of the law shall no flesh be
Eph. 4. 29 Let no corrupt communication proceed
5. 5 For this ye know, that no whoremonger
Heb. 12. ii no chastening for the present seemeth
2 Pe. i. 20 Knowing this first, that no prophecy of
1 Jo. 2. 21 because ye know it, and that no lie is of
3. 15 ye know that no murderer hath eternal
Rev. 1 8. 22 shall be heard no more at all in thee
15.AW even, ovSf oude.
Rom. 4. 15 for where, .law is.. no trans. Matt. 24.21.
2 Co. 3. 10 had [no] glory in this respect, by reason
16. AW even one. ovSeis oudeis.
Mark 6. 5 he could there do no mighty work, save
Luke 4. 24 No prophet is accepted in his own country
16. 13 No servant can serve two masters : for e.
23. 4 (to) the people, I find no fault in this man
23. 14 have found no fault in this man touching
23. 22 I have found no cause of death in him : I
Johnio. 41 John did no miracle : but all thingsi8-38.
16. 29 speakest thou plainly, and speakest no p.
19. 4 ye may know that I find no fault in v. n.
Acts 15. 9 put no difference between us and them
23. g We find no evil in this man : but if a spi.
25. 10 to the Jews have I done no wrong, as thou
27. 22 there shall be no loss of. .life among you
28. 5 he shook off the beast . and felt no harm
Rom. 8. i therefore now no condemnation to them
2 Co. 7. 5; 2 Ti. 2. 14 ; Ph. 4. 15 ; He. 6. 13 ; Ja. 3. 12.
17. If, (lei, MarkS. 12.
\%.No more, juij/ceVi meketi, Mark 2. 2.
19.A o not, oi> v.i\ ou me, I Co. 8. 13 ; Rev. 18. 7.
[See also Doubt, hope, means, purpose, rising.]
NO. ..as yet
Not yet, oviru oupo.
Rev. 17. 12 which have received no kingdom as yet
NO... at all
1. Not at any time, /j. fi irore me pote
Heb, 9. 17 otherwise it is of no strength at all while
2.AJo, not even one, ov...ovSfis ou ..oudeis.
i Jo. i. 5 is light, and in him is no darkness at all
NO . is, -where
Without,^ beli.
Psa. 63. i a dry and thirsty land, where no water is
NO case, in
Assuredly not, not at all, ov U.T\ ou me.
Matt 5. 20 ye shall in no case enter into the kingdom
NO doubt
\.In truth, indeed, &pa ara.
Luken. 20 no doubt the kingdom of God is come upon
Z.For, wherefore, truly, yap gar.
i Co. 9. 10 For our sakes no doubt, (this) is written
NO . . .henceforward
Not any more, nrjKtri meketi.
Matt 21. 19 Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward
NO longer
I. Not any more, priKtrt meketi.
i Th. 3. i when we could no longer forbear, we th.
3. 5 when I could no longer forbear, I sent to
i Ti. 5. 23 Drink no longer water, but use a little w.
i Pe. 4. 2 That he no longer should live the rest of
2.AW any more, not again, OVK^TI ouketi.
Gal. 3. 25 we are no longer under a ; Rev. 10. 6.
NO man
LAW even one, ^.TjSei s medeis.
Matt 8. 4 saith unto him, See thou tell no man ; but
9. 30 saying. See (that) no man know (it)
16. 20 tell no man that he was Jesus the Christ
17. 9 Tell the vision to no man, until the Son of
Mark 5. 43 straitly that no man should know it ; and
7. 36 charged them that they should tell no m.
8. 30 charged them that they should tell nom.
9. 9 charged them that they should tell no m.
ii. 14 No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ever
Luke 3. 14 violence to no man, neither accuse (any)
5. 14 he charged him to tell no man: butgo, and
8. 56 charged them that they should tell nom.
9. 21 commanded (them) to tell no man that
10. 4 nor shoes : and salute no man by the way
Acts 9. 7 hearing a voice, but seeing no man
23. 22 (See thou) tell no man that thou hast sh.
Rom 12. 17 Recompense to no man evil for evil. Pro.
13. 8 Owe no man anything, but to love one an.
i Co. 3. 1 8 Let no man deceive himself. If any man
3. 21 Therefore let no man glory in men. For
10. 24 Let no man seek his own, but every man
Gal. 6. 17 From henceforth let no man trouble me
Eph. 5. 6 Let no man deceive you with vain words
Col. 2. 18 Let no man beguile you of your reward in
i Th. 3. 3 That no man should be moved by these
1 Ti. 4.12 Let no man despise thy youth ; but be thou
5. 22 Lay hands suddenly on no man, neither be
Titus 2.15 with all authority. Let no man despise
3. 2 ; Jas. i. 13 ; i Jo. 3. 7 ; Rev. 3. n.
2.No, no one, /j.-fi, ^ TJS me, me tis, Matt. 8. 28.
Rom.i4. 13; i Co. 16. ii ; 2 Co. n. 16; Col. 2. 16;
2 Th. 2. 3,
3. Not, no, ov ou.
2 Co. ii. 10 no man shall stop me of this boasting In
4.AW even one, ovSfls oudeis.
Matt 6. 24 No man can serve two masters: for either
9. 1 6 No man putteth a piece of new cloth unto
11. 27 no man knoweth the Son, but the Father
17. 8 eyes, they saw no man, save Jesus only
20. 7 unto him, Because no man hath hired us
22. 46 And no man was able to answer him a w.
24. 36 of that day and hour knoweth no (man)
Mark 2. 21 No man also scweth a piece of new cloth
2. 22 And no man putteth new wine into old
3. 27 No man can enter into a strong man s h.
5. 3 and no man could bind him, no, not with
5. 37 And he suffered no man to follow him, s.
7. 24 house, and would have no man know (it)
9. 8 they saw no man any more, save Jesus
9. 39 there is no man which shall do a miracle
10. 29 There is no man that hath left house, or
12. 14 thou art true, and carest for no man
12. 34 And no man after that durst ask him (any
13. 32 knoweth no man, no, not the angels which
Luke 5. 36 No man putteth a piece of a new garment
5. 37 And no man putteth new wine into old
5. 39 No man also having drunk old (wine) st.
8. 16 No man, when he hath lighted a candle
8. 51 [he suffered no man to go in, save Peter]
9. 36 told no man in those days any of those
9. 62 No man, having put his hand to the plo.
jo. 22 no man knoweth who the Son is, but the
it. 33 No man, when he hath lighted a candle
15.16 swine did eat : and no man gave unto him
18. 29 There is no man that hath left house, or
John 1. 1 8 No man hath seen God at any time ; the
3. 2 for no man can do these miracles that t.
3. 13 And no man hath ascended up to heaven
3. 32 and no man receiveth his testimony
4. 27 yet no man said, What seekest thou? or
5. 22 For the Father judgeth no man, but hath
6. 44 No man can come tome, except the Father
6. 65 that no man can come unto me,except it w.
7. 4 For (there is) no man (that) doeth any t.
7. 13 Howbeit no man spake openly of him for
7. 27 cometh, no man knoweth whence he is
7. 30 but no man laid hands ou him, because
7. 44 taken him ; but no man laid hands on him
8. 10 [accusers? hath no man condemned thee?]
8. ii [She said, No man, Lord. And Jesus said]
8. 15 Ye judge after the flesh ; I judge no man
8. 20 and no man laid hands on him ; for his h.
9. 4 the night cometh, when no man can work
10. 1 8 No man taketh it from me, but I lay it d.
13. 28 Now no man at the table knew for what
14. 6 no man cometh unto the Father, but by
15. 13 Greater love hath no man than this, that
16. 22 and your joy no man taketh from you
Acts 5. 13 of the rest durst no man join himself to
5. 23 when we had opened, we found no man
9. 8 when his eyes were opened, he saw [no m. ]
18. 10 and no man shall set on thee to hurt thee
20. 33 I have coveted no man s silver, or gold, or
25. 1 1 no man may deliver me unto them. I app.
Rom 14. 7 to himself, and no man dieth to himself
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NO 698 NOISE
1 Co. 2. ii so the things of God knoweth no man, but
2. 15 yet he himself is judged of no man
3.11 For other foundation can no man lay than
12. 3 that no man speaking by the spirit of God
12. 3 no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, but
14. 2 unto God: for 110 man understandeth (him)
2 Co. 5. 1 6 Wherefore henceforth know we no man
7. a Receive us ; we have wronged no man, we
7. 2 corrupted no man,we havedefrauded no m.
11. 9 I was chargeable [to no man]: for that w.
Gal. 3. 1 1 But that no man is justified by the law in
3. 15 no man disannulleth, or addeth thereto
Eph. 5. 29 For no man ever yet hated his own flesh
Phil. 2. 20 For I have no man like minded, who will
1 Ti. 6. 16 whom no man hath seen, nor can see : to
2 Ti. 2. 4 No man that warreth entangleth himself
4. 1 6 At my first answer no man stood with me
Heb. 7. 13 of which no man gave attendance at the
12. 14 without which no man shall see the Lord
Jas. 3. 8 But the tongue can no man tame; (it is) an
1 Jo. 4. 12 No man hath seen God at any time. If we
Rev. 2. 17 which no man knoweth saving he that re.
3. 7 he that openeth, and no man shutteth
3. 7 and shutteth, and no man openeth
3. 8 an open door, and no man can shut it: for
5. 3 no man in heaven, nor in earth, neither
5. 4 because no man was found worthy to open
7. 9 multitude, which no man could number
14. 3 and no man could learn that song but the
15. 8 no man was able to enter into the temple
1 8. ii for no man buyeth their merchandise any
19. 12 written that no man knew but he himself
NO manner
Not any, x^>
*?3 kol la.
Dan. 6. 2*3 and no manner of hurt was found upon
NO more
1. Witiiout, save, not,
%n?3 Ulti.
Job 14. 12 till the heavens (be) no more, they shall
Z.Not any more, /j.r]K(n meketi.
Mark i. 45 insomuch that Jesus could no more;openly
9. 25 out of him, and enter no more into him
John 5. 14 sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto
8. ii [do I condemn thee: go, and sin no more]
Acts 13. 34 no more to return to corruption, he said
Kom 15. 23 But now having no more place in these
Eph. 4. 28 Let him that stole steal no more ; but ra.
3. So not even, ovrais ovSt houtos oude.
John 15. 4 no more can ye, except ye abide in me
4. Not any more, not again, ovutn ouketi.
Matt 19. 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but
Mark 7. 12 And ye suffer him no more to do ought
10. 8 so then they are no more twain, but one
14. 25 I will drink no more of the fruit of the v.
Lukeis. 19, 21 am no more worthy to be called thy
John 6. 66 went back, and walked no more with him
11. 54 Jesus therefore walked no more openly
14. 19 while, and the world seethme no more
16. 10 I go to my Father, and ye see me no more
16. 21 sherememberethnomoretheanguish.for
16. 25 time cometh, when I shall no more speak
17. ii And now I am no more in the world, but
Acts 8. 39 that the eunuch saw him no more: and he
20. 25 kingdom of God, shall see my face no m.
20. 38 that they should see his face no more
Rom. 6. 9 being raised from the dead dieth no more
6. 9 death hath no more dominion over him
7. 17, 20 it is no more I that do it, but sin that
ii. 6 And if by grace, then (is it) no more of w.
ii. 6 otherwise grace is no more grace. But if
ii. 6 [no more grace, otherwise work is no more]
2 Co. 5. 16 yet now henceforth know we(him)nomore
Gal. 3. 1 8 (be) of the law, (it is) no more of promise
4. 7 ; Eph. 2. 19 ; Heb. 10. 18 ; 10. 26 ; Re. :8. 14
5.Aro more at all, ou ^ en, Heb. 8. 12 ; 10. 21.
ft. No more at all, Trees 011 ^ tri, Rev. 18. 22.
NO, nor yet
Ihit not even, a\\ ouSe all oude.
Luke 23. 15 No, nor yet Herod : for I sent you to him
NO not (one)
I.Not even, /n/8e mede.
i Co. 5. ii extortioner ; with such an one no not to
2.Not even, oi>8e oude.
Matt. 8. 10 not found so great faith, [no, not] in Isr.
24. 36 knoweth no (man), no, not the angels of
Markis. 32 hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels
Luke 7. 9 not found so great faith, no, not in Israel
Acts 7. 5 no, not (so much as) to set his foot on : yet
Rom. 3. 10 There is none righteous, no. not one
i Co. 6. 5 [no, not] one that shall be able to, Gal. 2. 5
S.Unto, up to, etas heos, Rom. 3. 12.
k.Not even, ovrt oute.
Mark 5. 3 man could bind him, [no, not] with chains
NO room
Not any more, /nTjKeVi meketi.
Mark 2. 2 that there was no room to receive (them)
NO ...to much as
Not even, oiiSe oude,
Mark 6. 31 they had no leisure so much as to eat
NO value
Nought, S V^? elil.
Job 13. 4 ye (are) all physicians of no value
NO where
There is not, there are not, ]
X ayin.
1 Sa. 10. 14 we saw that (they were) no where, we
NO whither
No whither, nit}} n;i< o lo aneh va-anah.
2 Ki. 5. 25 And he said, Thy servant went no whither
NO wise, in
Assuredly not, not at all, ov p-fi ou me.
Matt. 5. 18 one tittle shall in no wise pass from the
10. 42 I say unto you, he shall in no wise lose
Luke 1 8. 17 as a little child shall in no wise enter
John 6. 37 him that cometh to me I will in no wise
Acts 13. 41 a work which ye shall in no wise believe
Rev. 21. 27 there shall in no wise enter into it any
NO-AD -I AH, rvnyi: Jah assembles.
1. A Levite who weighed the vessels of the sanctuary.
B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 33 Jozabad. .and N. the son of Binnui, Lev.
2. A female partisan of Sanballat and Tobiah, called a
prophetess, who tried to terrify Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 6. 14 on the prophetess N., and the rest of the
NO -AH, NO -E, nl rest. Nwe.
Son of Lamech, and father of Shem, Ham, and Japheth ;
born B.C. 2948, died 1998, aged 950 years; he was the
U-nth from Adam through Seth, und was born 126 years
after the death of Adam, and 14 after that of Seth ; he
was contemporary with Enos for 84 years, with Terah
for 128 years, and with Abram for about 50 years. The
Babylonians called him Xisuthrus, son 01 Oliartes; the
Chinese, YaoorFo-Hi; others Prometheus, Deucalion,
Atlas, Theuth, Inachus, Osiris, Dagon, &c.
Gen. 5. 29 he called his name N., saying, This (sa.)
5. 30 Lamech lived after he begat N. five Iran.
5. 32 N. was five hundred years old : and N. b.
6. 8 But N. found grace in the eyes of the Lo.
6. 9 These (are) the generations of N.: N. was
6. 9 just man . .(and) N. walked with God
6. 10 N. begat three sons, Shem, Ham, and J.
6. 13 God said unto N., The end of all flesh is
6. 22 Thus did N.; according to all that God
7. i the LORD said unto N., Come thou and all
7. 5 N. did according unto all that the LORL>
7. 6 And N. (was) six hundred years old when
7. 7 N. wentin, andhissons, and his wife, and
7. 9 two and two unto N.. .God. .comman. N.
7. 1 1 In the sixth hundredth year of N. s life, in
7. 13 the selfsame day entered N., and Shem
7. 13 the sons of N., and N. s wife, and the th.
7. 15 they went in unto N. into the ark, two
7. 23 N. only remained (alive), and they that
8. i God remembered N., and every living th.
8. 6 N. opened the window of the ark which
8. ii N. knewthatthe waters were abated from
8. 13 N. removed the covering of the ark, and
8. 15 And God spake unto N., saying
8. 18 N. went forth, and his sons, and his wife
8. 20 N. builded an altar unto the LORD ; and
9. i God blessed N. and his sons, and said unto
9. 8 God spake unto N., and to his sons with
9. 17 God said unto N., This (is) the token of
9. 18 the sons of N., that went forth of the ark
9. 19 These (are) the three sons of N.: and of
9. 20 N. began (to be) an husbandman, and he
9. 24 N. awoke from his wine, and knew what
9. 28 N. lived after the flood three hundred and
9. 29 the days of N. were nine hundred and fifty
10. i (are) the generations of the sons of N.
10. 32 These (are) the families of the sons of N.
i Ch. i. 4 N., Shem, Ham, and Japheth
Isa. 54. 9 For this (is as) the waters of N. unto me
54. 9 have sworn that the waters of N. should
Eze. 14. 14 Though these three men, N., Daniel, and
14. 20 Though N., Daniel, and Job, (were) in it
Matt 24. 37 But as the days of N. (were;, so shall also
24. 38 until the day that N. entered into the ark
Luke 3. 36 which was (the son) of N., which was (the
17. 26 as it was in the days of N., so shall it be
17. 27 until the day that N. entered into the ark
Heb. 1 1. 7 By faith N., being warned of God of things
1 Pe. 3. 20 waited in.the days of N., while the ark was
2 Pe. 2. 5 spared not the old world, but saved N.
NO -AH, nyi flattery.
A daughter of Zelophehad, the grandson of Gilead, the
grandson of Manasseh, the elder son of Joseph. B.C.
1470.
Num26. 33 names of the daughters. .( were). .N., Hog.
27. i Mahlah, N., and Hoglah, and Milcah, and
36. ii For Mahlah. .and N., the daughters of Zel.
Josh. 17. 3 names of his daughters, Mahlah, and N.
NOB, =i height.
A Levitical city in Benjamin, two miles N. of Jeru
salem, where eighty-five priests and their families were
slain by Doeg.
i Sa. 21. i Then came David to N. to Ahimelech the
22. 9 I saw the son of Jesse coming to N., to
22. ii king sent to call., priests that (were) in N.
22. 19 N. . .smote he with the edge of the sword
Neh. 1 1. 32 (And) at Anathoth, N., Ananiah
Isa. 10. 32 As yet shall he remain at N. that day
NO -BAH, nai prominent.
1. A Manassite who took Kcnath, an Amorite city in
mount Gilead. B.C. 1452.
. 42 N. went and took Kenath, and the villag.
2. The city Kenath in Trachonitis at Bostra (Argob in
Bashan) ; now called Kanuat ; it is called Piophah. E.
of Moab, or of the kingdom of Sihon, near Medeba.
Nuni32. 42 took Kenath.. and called it N., after his
J udg. 8. 1 1 that dwelt in tents on the east of N. and
NOBLE
l.Jfonourable, 1*1 K addir.
Judg. 5. 13 dominion over the nobles among the peo.
a C h.23. 20 nobles, and the governors of the people
Neh. 3. 5 their nobles put not their necks to the
10. 29 They clave to their brethren, their nobles
Jcr. 14. 3 their nobles have sent their little ones
30. 21 their nobles shall be of themselves, and
Nah. 3. 18 thy nobles shall dwell (in the dust): thy
2. Great, Vnj gadol.
Jon. 3. 7 by the decree of the king and his nobles
3. Freemen, nobles, D ^n chorim.
i Ki. 21. 8 the nobles that (were) in his city dwelling
21. ii the nobles who were the inhabitants in
Neh. 2. 16 nor to the nobles, nor to the rulers, nor
4. 14, 19 said unto the noble*, and to the rulers
5. 7 I rebuked the nobles, and the rulers, and
6. 17 nobles of Judah sent mauy letters unto
7. 5 the nobles, and the rulers, and the people
13. 17 I contended with the nobles of Judah, and
Eccl.io. 17 thy king (is) the son of nobles, and thy
Isa. 34. 12 call the nobles thereof to the kingdom
Jer 27. 20 all the nobles of Judah and Jerusalem
39. 6 the king of Babylon slew all the nobles
4. Rare, precious, prized, TJK yaqqir.
Ezra 4. 10 the great and noble Asnapper brought over
5.A leader, v;u nagid.
Job 29. 10 The nobles held their peace, and their
^.Willing hearted, liberal, y^nadib.
Num 21. 1 8 the nobles of the people digged it, by
Psa. 83. 1 1 Make their nobles like Oreb and like Zeeb
Prov. 8. 16 By me princes rule, and nobles, (even) all
Isa. 13. 2 they may go into the gates of the nobles
7. Well born, ofgood birth, evyfvfjs eugenes.
Acts 17. ii These were more noble than those in Th.
i Co. i. 26 not many mighty, not many noble, (are c.)
NOBLE, most
1. Foremost ones, D C^ng partemim.
Esth. 6. 9 of one of the king s most noble princes
t. Strongest, most pmverful, Kpariffros kratistos.
Acts 24. 3 always, and in all places, most noble Felix
26. 25 lamnotmad.mostnobleFestusjbutspeak
NOBLEMAN
1 .Kingly, belonging to a king, $a.ffi\iKos basilikos.
John 4. 46 there was a certain nobleman, whose son
4. 49 The nobleman saith unto him, Sir, come
2.A man wellborn, vyevr]sliv6pwiros eugenes anthro.
Luke1 9. 12 certain nobleman went into afar country
NOBLES
I. Those near, nobles, C VitK atsilim.
Exod24. 1 1 the nobles of the children of Israel he
^.Fugitive (?), nn? bariach.
Isa. 43. 14 have brought down all their nobles, and
3. To be heavy, weighty, honoured, na$ kabed, 2.
Psa. 149. 8 and their nobles with fetters of iron
4. Foremost ones, D Ci?")? partemim.
Esth. i. 3 the nobles and princes of the provinces
NOD, lil wandering.
A land E. of Eden, supposed by some to be China or
Tartary.
Gen. 4. 16 dwelt in the land of N. on the E. of Eden
NO -DAB, 371: liberal, willing.
Patronymic of a tribe E. of Jordan, conquered along with
Jetur, Nephish, and the Hagarites, by the two and a
half tribes.
i Ch. 5. 19 Hagarites .. Jetur, and Nephish, and N.
NO -GAH, a:i shining.
A son born to David after he became king of Israel.
B.C. 1030.
i Ch. 3. 7 And N., and Nepheg, and Japhia
14. 6 And N., and Nepheg, and Japhia
NO -HAH, nijij rest.
Fourth son of Benjamin. B.C. 1700.
i Ch. 8. 2 N. the fourth, and Rapha the fifth
NOISE
I. To roar, more, sound, nn hamah.
Isa. 17. 12 like the noise of the seas; and to the
I.Noise, multitude, port hamon.
i Sa 14. 19 the noise that (was) in the host of the
Isa -i 4 nor abase himself for the nuise of them
Eze 26. 13 I will cause the noise of thy songs to
Amos 5. 23 Take thou away from me the noise of thy
3. Noise, multitude, n;pn hemyah.
Isa. 14. ii Thypomp is brought down, .(and) the no.
4. Voice, Sip qol.
Exod2o. 1 8 the noise of the trumpet, and the moun.
32. 17 Joshua heard the noise of the people as
32. 17 said . .(There is) a noise of warin the camp
32. 1 8 (but) the noise of (them that) sing do I
Jadg. 5. 1 1 (They that are delivered
() from the noUe
i Sa. 4. 6 Philistines heard the noise of the shout
NOISE 699 NOR
i Sa. 4. 6 the noise of this great shout in the camp
4. 14 when Eli heard the noise of the crying
4. 14 What (meaneth) the noise of this tumult?
1 Ki. i. 41 Wherefore (is this) noise of the city being
i. 45 This (is) the noise that ye have heard
2 Ki. 7. 6 the Syrians to hear a noise of chariots
7. 6 a noise of horses, (even) the noise of a
ii. 13 Athaliah heard the noise of the guard
2 011.23. I2 Athaliah heard the noise of the people
Ezra 3. 13 noise of the shout of joy from the noise
3. 13 shout, and the noise was heard afar oft*
Psa. 42. 7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of
93. 4 mightier than the noise of many waters
Isa. 13. 4 The noise of a multitude in the mountains
13. 48 tumultuous noise of the kingdoms of
24. 1 8 he who fleeth from the noise of the fear
29. 6 great noise, with storm and tempest, and
33. 3 At the noise of the tumult the people
Jer. 4. 29 The whole city shall flee for the noise of
10. 22 the noise of the bruit is come, and a great
11. 16 with the noise of a great tumult he hath
47. 3 At the noise of the stamping of the hoofs
49. 21 earth is moved at the noise of their fall
49. 21 noise thereof was heard in the Red sea
50. 46 At the noise of the taking of Babylon the
Lam. 2. 7 they have made anoise in the house of the
Eze. i. 24 the noise of their wings, like the noise of
j. 24 the voice of speech, as the noise of an host
3. 13 noise of the wings, .the noise, .a noise of
19. 7 the land was desolate, .by the noise of his
26. 10 thy walls shall shake at the noise of the
37. 7 as I prohesied, there was a noise, and be.
43. 2 his voice (was) like a noise of many wat.
Joel 2. 5 Like the noise of chariots on the tops of m.
2. 5 like the noise of a flame of flre that devo.
Kah. 3. 2 The noise of a whip, and the noise of the
Zeph. i. 10 the noise of a cry from the flsh gate, and
5. Trembling, trouble, anger, rage, iri rogez.
Job 37. 2 Hearattentivelythenoiseof hisvoice.and
6. Outcry, shouting, y. rea.
Job 36. 33 The noise thereof showeth concerning it
7. Wasting, desolation, noise, pxp* shaon.
Psa. 65. 7 stilleth the noise of the seas, the noise of
Isa. 24. 8 the noise of them that rejoice endeth
25. 5 Thou shalt bring down the noise of stra.
66. 6 A voice of noise from the city, a voice from
Jer. 25. 31 A noise shall come.. to the ends of the e.
46. 17 Pharaoh king of Egypt (is but) a noise; he
51. 55 do roar, .a noise of their voice is uttered
3. Cry, crying, noise, rvwn teshuoth.
Job 36. 29 the clouds, (or) the noise of his tabernacle?
$. Round, voice, tone, (fxavri phone.
Rev. 6. i I heard, as it were the noise of thunder
NOISE, loud
Shout, shouting, blmving, f^ii-i teruah.
Psa. 33. 3 new song, play skilfully with a loud noise
NOISE, to make a (loud)
l.To (cause to) make a noise, oin hvm, 5.
Psa. 55. 2 I mourn in my complaint, and make a n.
Mic. 2. 12 they shall make great noise by reason of
2. To roar, mwe, sound, ncrr hamaJ>.
Psa. 59. 6 they make a noise like a doer, an(l go round.
59. 14 let them make a noise like a dog, and go
Isa. 17. 12 of many people (which) make a noise like
Jer. 4. 19 my heart maketh a noise in me, Zee. q. 15
3. To break forth, nys patsach.
Ps. gS. 4 Make a loud noise and rejoice, and sing p.
4. To cause to hear or be. heard, yC7 shmnea, 5.
Josh. 6. 10 Ye shall not shout, nor make any noise .
i Ch.is. 28 making a noise with psalteries and harps
5. To disturb, cause a tumult, BopvBt u thorvbeo.
Matt. 9. 23 minstrels and the people making a noise
NOISE, with great
With a hissing noise, poifa$6v rhoizedon.
2 Pe. 3. 10 shall pass away with a great noise, and the
NOISED (abroad), to be
I.To bear, axovca akmto.
Mark 2. i it was noised that he was in the house
2. To talk or speak throughout, Sia\a\f<a dialaleo.
Luke i. 65 and all these sayings were noised abroad
3. There came a voice, yivo^at <j>cavfi, Acts 2. 6.
NOISOME
~\. Mischief, calamity, nin Tiamah.
Psa. 91. 3 deliver thee.. from the noisome pestilence
2. Eml, y-i ra.
Eze. 14. 15 If I cause noisome beasts to pass through
14. 21 the famine, and the noisome beast, and the
3. Evil, bad, KUKOS knkos.
Rev. 16. 2 there fell a noisome and grievous sore u.
NON, jij continuation.
An Ephraimite through Beriah, who was born to
Ephraim after the men of Gath had slain some of his
sons; supposed by some to be the same as Nun the
lather of Joshua. B.C. 1492.
i Ch. 7. 27 N. his son, Jehoshuah his son
NONE
l.There is not, );x ayin.
Isa. 45.21 and a Saviour ; (there is) none besides me
Jer. 30. 7 great, so that none (is) like ; 2 Ch. 20. 24. i
Z.Not, htf a.1.
i Ki. 9. 15 (then) let none go forth (nor) escape out
3. End, cessation, except, only, DJX e.nhes.
Deut32. 36 isgon-;, and (there is) none shut up, or left
Isa. 46. 9 (I am) God, and (there is) none like me
l.Not, *?3 lal.
Psa. io. 15 seek out his wickedness (till) thou find n.
5. Nothingness, not, ^3 beli.
Job 18. 15 his tabernacle, because (Jt is) none of his
Isa. 14. 6 he. .is persecuted, (and) none hindereth
6. Without, fi
1
?? bilti.
Nunm. 35 until there was none left him alive : and
7. No, 6 la.
Dan. 2. ii and there is none other that can show it
4. 35 none can stay his hand, or say unto him
6. 4 they could find none occasion nor fault
S.No, xhlo.
Exod. 9. 24 was none like it in all the land of Egypt
Num. 7. 9 But unto the sons of Kohath he gave none
9. Not a man, xV e> x ish lo.
Gen. 23. 6 ; Psa. 49. 7 ; Jer. 23. 14 ; Zech. 8. 17, fec.
10. Not any, xS *?3 kol lo.
Lev. 27. 29 None devoted, which shall be devoted of
II. Not a woman, X7 niyx ishshah lo.
Isa. 34. 16 these shall fail, none shall want her mate
12. Not any, ~^$ xV la kol.
Dan. 6. 4 but they coulS find none occasion nor fa.
13. Not, JUTJ me.
Luke 3. ii let him impart to him that hath none
ii. 24 finding none, he saith, Ii will return unto
i Co. 7. 29 that have wives be as though they had n.
1 4.Not even one, (inStis medeis.
John 8. io [saw none butthe woman, he said untoh.]
Acts 8. 24 Pray . .that none of these things whichye
11. 19 preaching the word to none but unto the
24. 23 that he should forbid none of his acquai.
i Ti. 5. 14 give none occasion to the adversary to sp.
Rev. 2. io Fearfnone of]those things which thou sh.
15.No, not, ov mi.
Matti2. 43 dry places, seeking rest, and flndethnone
26. 60 But found none : yea, though many false
26. 60 witnesses came, [(yet) found they iione]
Marki2. 31 There is none other commandment grea.
12. 32 there is one God; and there is none other
14. sssought. .to put. .todeath ;and foundnone
Lukei3. 6 and sought fruit thereon, andfound none
13. 7 seeking fruit on this fig tree, and find none
John 6. 22 saw that there was none other boat there
Acts 3. 6 Silver and gold have I none ; but such as
7. 5 he gave him none inheritance in it, no, not
Rom. 3. io As it is written, There is none righteous
3. ii none that understandeth, there is none
3. 12 there is none that doeth good, no, not one
8. 9 not the spirit of Christ, he is none of his
i Co. i. 13 we write none other things unto you than
Gal. i. 19 other of the apostles saw I none, save Ja.
i Jo. 2. io there is none occasion of stumbling in him
Rev. 2. 24 But . . I will put upon you none other bur.
16. Not even one, ot>5eis ov.deis.
Mattig. 17 [(there is) none good but one, (that is)]
Luke i. 6 1 There is none of thy kindred that is ca.
4. 26 unto none of them was Elias sent, save
4. 27 none of them was cleansed, saving Naa.
14. 24 that none of these men which were bid.
18. 19 good? none (is) good, save one, (that is)
1 8. 34 And they understood noneoflhese things
John 7. 19 none of you keepeth the law? Why go ye
15. 24 done, .the works which none other man
16. 5 none of you asketh me, Whither goest
17. 12 none of them is lost, but the son of perd.
1 8. 9 them which thou gavestnie. .1 lost none
21. 12 none of the disciples durst ask him, Who
Acts 8. 16 as yet he was fallen upon none of them
18. 17 And Gallio cared for none of those ; 20.24.
25. ii if there be none of these things whereof
25. 18 they brought none accusation of such t.
26. 22 saying none other things than those v.26.
Rom. 14. 7 none of us liveth to himself, and no man
i Co. i. 14 I thank God that I baptized none of you
2. 8 Which none of the princes of this world
8. 4 we know. .that. .none otherGod but one
9. 15 I have used none of these things : neither
14. io and none of them (is) without signification
Gal. 5. io that ye will be none otherwise minded
17 . Not even, ovrt oute.
Acts 4. 12 there is [none] other name under heaven
IS. Not any, /trj ns me tis.
i Pe. 4. 15 But let none of you suffer as a murderer
19. Not any, ot> rts ou tis.
cts 26. 26 I am per.<moded that [none] of theae thi. .
20. Not any, Ef K ^>3 beli ish.
Jer. 9. io so that none can pass through (them)
NONE (else) besides me
l.None except me, "ly
1
?? c?^ [ephes bilade].
Isa. 45. 6 they may know.. that.. none besides me
2.[There is] none still, tiy TEX aphsi od.
Isa. 47. 8, io heart, I (am), and non else besides me
Zeph. 2. 15 in her heart, I(am), and. .none besides me
NOON (day or tide)
1 . Brightness, I/right thing, noon, ~m tsoliar.
Gen. 43. 16 for (these) men shall dine with me at noon
43. 25 the present against Joseph came at noon
Deut28. 29 thou shalt grope at noon day, as the blind
2 Sa. 4. 5 Ishbosheth, who lay on a bed at noon
1 Ki.iS. 26 name of Baal from morning even until n.
18. 27 it came to pass at noon, that Elijah moc.
20. 16 they went out at noon : but Benhadad
2 Ki. 4. 20 he sat on her knees till noon, and . .died
Job 5. 14 and grope in the noon day as in the night
ii. 17 age shall be clearer than the noon day
Psa. 37. 6 bring forth . . thy judgment as the noon d.
55. 17 Evening, and morning, and at noon, will
91. 6 the destruction (that) wasteth at noon d.
Song L 7 where thou makest (thy flock) to rest at n.
Isa. 16. 3 as the night in the midst of the noon day
58. io and thy darkness (be) as the noon day
59. io we stumble at noon day as in the night
Jer. 6. 4 Prepare ye war., arise, .let us go up at n.
15. 8 brought upon them . .a spoiler at noon d.
Amos 8. 9 I will cause the sun to go down at noon
Zeph. 2. 4 shall drive out Ashdod at the noon day
2.Even time, onny ny eth tsohorayim.
Jer. 20. 1 6 the morning, and the shouting at noon t.
3.Mid day, juetr^^pia mesembria.
Acts 22. 6 was come nigh unto Damascus about noon
NOPH, f]J. A city in Egypt, the same as .Memphis (orMoph), on the
W. bank of the Nile, S. of Cairo or Kahira.
Isa. 19. 13 the princes of N. are deceived ; they have
Jer. 2. 16 Also the children of N. and Tahapanes h.
44. i and at N., and in the country of Pathros
46/14 and publish in X. and inTahpanhes : say
46. 19 N. shall be waste and desolate without
Eze. 30. 13 will cause (their) images to cease out of N.
30. 16 and N. (shall have) distresses daily
NO -PHAH, ns: height.
A oity in the E. of the kingdom of Sihon, near Medeba.
See Nobah.
Num2i. 30 we have laid them waste unto N., which
NOR
l.Or, IK o.
Judgn. 34 beside her he had neither son nor daugh.
Z.And is (loas) not, px i ve-ayin.
i Ki. 18. 26 But (there was) no voice nor any that
Isa. 40. 16 Lebanon (is) not sufficient to burn, nor the
3.And not, ^x...i ve...al.
Josh 22. 19 rebel not against the LORD, nor rebel ag.
4. Or, ox im.
1 Sa. 30 15 that thou wilt neither kill me, nor deliver
Eze. 14. 20 theyshalldeliverneithersonnordaughter
5. And not, *?5? u-bal.
Psa. 16. 4 will I not offer, nor take up their names
6.And not, x^>...i ve...la.
Dan. 3. 12 they serve not thy gods, nor worship the
3. 27 the fire had no power, nor was an hair of
3. 27 were their coats changed, nor the smell
5. 23 the gods, .which see not, nor hear, nor k.
6. 4 but they could find none occasion nor fa.
1 .And not, xVi ve-lo.
Exodn. C such as there was none like it, nor shall
2 Sa. 19. 24 nor trimmed his beard, nor washed his c.
8. Or, either, V\ e.
LukC22. 68 if I also ask. .ye will not answer me, [nor]
1 Co. 12. 21 nor again the head to the feet, I have no
Eph. 5. 4 foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not
5 . 5 no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor
9. Not, fii] me.
Matt io. io Nor scrip for. .journey, neither two coats
Lukeio. 4 Carry neither purse, nor scrip, .and salute
W.Not even, /urjSe mede.
Mattio. 9 Provide neither gold, [nor] silver, nor br.
10. 14 shall not receive you, nor hear your words
22. 29 not knowing the Scriptures, northe power
Mark 6. n shall not receive you, nor hear you, when
8. 26 Neither go into the town, nor tell . . to any
Luke io. 4 Carry neither purse . . nor shoes : and salu.
14. 12 northy brethren, ueitherthy kinsman, nor
17. 23 or, see there ! gonotafter. .norfollow(th.)
Acts 4. 18 commanded them not to speak at all nor
Rom 14. 21 neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine nor
2 Co. 4. 2 not walking iu craftiness, nor handling the
1 Ti. 6. 17 that they be not high minded, nor trust
2 Ti. i . 8 ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor
Heb. 12. 5 nor faint when thou art rebuked of him
11.. Not even, nor, yUTjre mete.
Matt. 5. 35 Nor by the earth ; for it is his foot stool
11. 1 8 John came neither eating nor drinking
Luke 7. 33 came neither eating bread nor drinking
9. 3 neither staves, nor scrip, neither bread
Acts 23. 8 is no resurrection, neither angel, nor spi.
23. 21 that they will neither eat nor drink till
27. 20 when neither sun nor stars in many days
2 Th 2. 2 nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as
i Ti. i. 7 Tinderstanding neither what they say, nor
Heb. 7. 3 having neither beginning of days, nor end
Rev. 7. i not blow on the earth, nor on the sra, nor
7. 3 Hurt not the earth, neither the se.i, nor
12.iV0, not, ov mi, oi>x
i onchi.
LukeiS. 4 Though I fear not God, [nor] regard man
NOR 700 NOT
T Co. 2. 9 Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither
6. io nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inhe.
13. Not even, ouSt oude.
Matt. 6. 20 where thieves do not break through nor
6. 26 neither do they reap, nor gather into barns
10. 24 (his) master, nor the servant above his 1.
12. 19 He shall not strive, nor cry; neithershall
24. 21 was not. .to this time, no, nor ever shall
?5. 13 for ye know neither the day nor the hour
Luke 6. 44 nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes
12. 24 the ravens : for they neither sow [nor] r.
12. 24 which neither have store house nor barn
21. 15 shall not be able to gainsay [nor] resist
John i. 13 nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will
11. 50 Nor consider that it is expedient for us
16. 3 they have not known the Father, nor me
Acts 8. 21 Thou hast neither part nor lot in this in
9. 9 three days., and neither did eat nor drink
24. 18 neither with multitude, nor with tumult
Rom. 9. 16 not of him that willeth, nor of him that
i Co. 2. 6 yet not the wisdom of this world, nor of
a Co. 7. 12 nor for his cause that suffered wrong, but
Gal. 3. 28 Jew nor Greek, .bond nor free, .male nor
4. 14 in my flesh ye despised not, nor rejected
i Th. 2. 3 our exhortation (was) not of deceit, nor
5. 5 we are not of the night, nor of darkness
1 Ti. 2. 12 nor to usurp authority over the man, but
6. 16 whom no man hath seen, nor can see : to
Heb.i3. 5 I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee
2 Pe. i. 8 neither (be) barren nor unfruitful in the
Rev. 5. 3 no man m heaven, nor in earth, neither
7. 16 neither shall the sun light on them, nor
nor, oCre oute.
Matt. 6. 20 where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt
22. 30 neither marry, nor are given in marriage
Mark 1 2. 25 neither marry, nor are given in marriage
Luke2o. 35 neither marry, nor .ire given in marriage
John i. 25 if thou be not that Christ, [nor] Elias, nei.
5. 37 neither heard his voice at any time, nor
8. 19 Ye neither know me, nor my Father : if
9. 3 Neither hath this man sinned, nor his p.
Acts 15. 10 which neither our fathers nor we were
24. 12 neither in the synagogues, nor in the city
Rom. 8. 38 death, nor life, nor angels, nor principal.
8. 38 nor powers, nor things present, northings
8. 39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other or.
i Co 6. o nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effemi.
6. 9 nor atmsers of themselves with mankind
6. 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, [nor] drunkards
Gal. 5. 6 nor uncirciimcision ; but faith which wo.
6. 15 nor uncirciimcision, but a new creature
i Th. 2. 3 not of deceit., of uncleanness, nor in guile
2. 5 nor a cloak of covetousness ; God (is) wit.
2. 6 Nor of men . . nor (yet) of others, when we
Rev. 3. 15 that thou art neither cold nor hot: I wo.
3. 16 thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor
9. 20 which neither can see, nor hear, norv. 21.
15. And, Kai kai.
Gal. 3. 28 there is neither male nor female ; Jo.i2.4o
NOR any thing
There is not, J
N ayin.
Ecc. 3. 14 nothing can be put to it, nor any thing
NOR ever
Assuredly not, not at all, ov ^ ou nie.
Matt24. 21 was not. .to this time, no, nor ever shall
NOR yet
I.Not even, ^778* meile.
Matt. 6. 25 nor yet for your body, what ye shall put
10. 10 neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet
2.Not even, ou5< oiule.
Heb. 9. 25 Nor yet that he should offer himself often
3. Not even, nor, otirt oute.
Acts 25. 8 nor yet against Cesar, have I offended any
NORTH, Northern, side, wind, ward
I. Scattering winds, D lJP niezarim.
Job 37. 9 the whirlwind ; and cold out of the north
2,North, pay tsaphon.
Gen. 13. 14 look from the place where thou art north.
28. 14 to the east, and to the north, and to the
Exod25. 20 side of the tabernacle, on the north side
26. 35 thou shalt put the table on the north side
27. ii And likewise for the north side in length
36. 25 toward the north corner, he made twenty
38. ii for the north side, .an hundred cubits, t.
40. 22 upon the side of the tabernacle northward
Lev. i. ii shall kill it on the side of the altar north.
Num. 2. 25 standard of the camp of Dan. .on the n. s.
3. 35 pitch on the side of the tabernacle north.
34. 7 this shall be your north border : from the
34. 9 Hazar-enan : this shall be your north bo.
35. 5 and on the north side two thousand cub.
Deut. 2. 3 compassed . .long enough : turn you north.
3. 27 lift up thine eyes westward, and nortliw.
Josh. 8. ii before the city.and pitched on the norths.
8. 13 all the host that (was) on the north of the
11. 2 to the kings that (were) on the north <>f
13. 3 even unto the borders of Ekron northward
15. 5 border inthenorthquarter(w;s)from the
1 5- 6 passed alontr by the north of Beth-arabnh
15. 7 from the valley of Achor, and so northw.
15. 8 at the end of the valley of the giants n. w.
15. 10 side of mount Jearim..on the north si<U-
15- ii went out unto the side of Kkron northw.
6. 6 toward the sea to Michmethah on the n. s.
Josh. 1 7. 9 the north side of the river, and the out.
17. 10 northward (it was) Manasseh s, and the-
17. 10 they met together in Asher on the north
18. 5 shall abide in their coasts on the north
18. 12 their border on the north side was from
18. 12 went up to the side of Jericho on the no.
1 8. 1 6 in the valley of the giants on the north
1 8. 17 was drawn from the north, and went forth
1 8. 18 toward the side over against Arabah, n. w.
18. 19 along to the side of Beth-hoglah northw.
iS. 19 out goings of the border were at the 110.
19. 14 the border compasseth it on the north s.
19. 27 toward thenorth side of Beth-emek, and
24. 30 Timnath-serah . .on the north side of the
Judg. 2. 9 Timnath-heres. .on the north side of the
7. i host of the Midianites were on the north
12. i went northward, and said unto Jephthah
21. 19 which (is) on the north side of Bethel, on
i Sa 14. 5 situate northward over against Miehmash
1 Ki. 7. 25 twelve oxen, three looking towards the n.
2 Ki. 16. 14 and put it on the north side of the altar
1 Ch. 9. 24 were, .toward the east, west, north, and
26. 14 Zechariah. .and his lot came out northw.
26. 17 Levites, northward fouraday, southward
2 Ch. 4. 4 twelve oxen, three looking towards the n.
Job 26. 7 He stretcheth out the north over the em.
37. 22 Fair weather cometh out of the north : w.
I sa. 48. 2 mount Zion, (on) the sides of the north
89. 12 The north and the south thouhast created
107. 3 west, from the north, and from the south
Prov2s. 23 The north wiud driveth away rain; so (d.)
EccL i. 6 the south, and turneth about unto then.
n. 3 or toward the north, in the place where
Song 4. 16 Awake, O north wind ; and come, thou s.
Isa. 14. 13 the congregation, in the sides of the north
14. 31 there shall come from the north a smoke
41. 25 I have raised up (one) from the north, and
43. 6 I will say to the north, Give up ; and to
49. 12 lo, these from the north and from the w.
Jer. 1.13 and the face thereof (is) towards the north
i. 14 Out of the north an evil shall break forth
j. 15 the families of the kingdoms of the north
3. 12 proclaim these words toward the north
3.18 come together out of the land of the north
4. 6 I will bring evil from the north, and a g.
6. i evil appeareth out of the north, and great
6. 22 a people cometh from the north country
10. 22 a great commotion out of the north conn.
13. 20 behold them that come from the north
15. 12 Shall iron break the northern iron and the
16. 15 from the land of the north, and from all
23. 8 house of Israel out of the north country
25. 9 send and take all the families of the north
25. 26 all the kings of the north, far and near
31. 8 I will bring them from the north country
46. 6 fall toward the north by the river Euphr.
46. 10 the north country by the river Euphrates
46. 20 destruction cometh. .cometh out of the n.
46. 24 into the hand of the people of the north
47. 2 waters rise up out of the north, and shall
50. 3 out of the north there cometh up a nation
50. 9 assembly of great nations from the north
50. 41 Behold, a people shall come from the north
51. 48 spoilers shall come unto her from the n.
Eze. i. 4 a whirlwind came out of the north, a great
8. 3 inner gate that looketh toward the north
8. 5 lift up thine eyes . . the way toward the n.
8. 5 lifted, .mine eyes the way toward the no.
8. 5 northward at the gate of the altar this
8. 14 door of the gate.. which(was)toward then.
9. 2 higher gate, which lieth toward the north
20. 47 all faces from the south to the north shall
21. 4 against all flesh from the south to the no.
26. 7 kingof kings, from thenorth, with horses
32. 30 There (be) the princes of the north, all of
38. 6 the house of Togarmah of the north qua.
38. 15 shaltcome from thy place out of the north
39. 2 will cause thee to come up from thenorth
40. 19 an hundred cubits eastward and north w.
40. 20 outward court that looked toward the no.
40. 23 over against the gate toward the north
40. 35 he brought me to the north gate, and m.
40. 40 as one goeth up to the entry of the north
40. 44 which (was) at the side of the north gate
40. 44 gate (having) the prospect toward the nor.
40. 46 chamber whose prospect(is) toward the n.
41.11 one door toward the north, and mother
42. i the outer court, the way toward the north
42. i (was) before the building toward the nor.
42. 2 of an hundred cubits (was) the north door
42. 4 one cubit ; and their doors toward the n.
42. ii the chambers which (were) toward then.
42. 13 The north chambers (and)the south cham.
42. 17 He measured the north side, five hundred
44. 4 the way of the north gate before the ho.
46. 9 hethatentereth in by the way of thenorth
46. 9 shall go forth by the way of the north gate
46. 19 the priests, which looked toward the no.
47. 2 brought.. meoutofthewayofthegaten.w.
47. 15 border of the land toward the north side
47. 17 north northward, .(this is) the north side
48. i From the north end to the coast of the way
48. i the border of Damascus northward, to the
48. 10 toward the north five and twenty thous.
48. 16 the north side four thousand and five 1m.
48. 17 suburbs of the city shall be toward the n.
48. 30 the goings out of the city on the north side
48. 31 three gates northward ; one gate of Reu.
Dan. 8. 4 I saw the ram pushing westward. and n. w.
11. 6 shall come to the king of the north to m.
ii. 7 into the fortress of the king of the north
ii. 8 (more) years than the king of the north
Dan. ii. ii fightwith him. .with the king of thenorth
11.13 king of the north shall return, and shall
n. 15 .^o the king of the north shall come, and
ii. 40 the king oi the north shall come against
ii. 44 tidings out of the east and out of tbe no.
Amos 8. i? from the north even to the east, they shiill
/eph. 2. 13 he will stretch out his hand againsi tin- n.
Zech. 2. 6 flee from the land of the north, saith Uie
6. 6 therein go forth into the north country
6. 8 these that go toward the north country
6. 8 quieted my spirit in the north country
14. 4 mountain shall remove toward the north
3. Northern, y-Si tsephoni.
Joel 2. 20 I will remove far off from you the north.
4. North irind, north, fioppus borrhas.
Lukei3. 29 from the north, and. .the south, and shall
Rev. 21. 13 on the north, three gates; on the south
NORTH WEST
North west wind, north u-cst, (Lat. corns) vcJpor.
Acts 27. 12 toward the south west and nortn west
NOSE, NOSTRILS
1. Nose, ] aph.
Gen. 2. 7 breathed intohisnostrilsthebreath of life
7. 22 All in whose nostrils (was) tiie breath of
Exodis. S with the blast of thy nostrils the waters
Num ii. 20 until it come out at your nostrils, and it
2 Sa. 22. 9 There went up a smoke out of his nostrils
22. 16 at the blast of the breath of his nostrils
2 Ki.ig. 28 I will put my hook in thy nose, and my
Job 4. 9 by the breath of his nostrils are they con.
27. 3 and the spirit of God (is) in my nostrils
40. 24 He taketh it with his eyes; (his) nose
41. 2 Canst thou put an hook into his nose? or
Psa. 18. 8 There went up a smoke out of his nostrils
1 8. 15 at the blast of the breath of thy nostrils
115. 6 ears, .noses have they, but they smell not
Prov 30. 33 wringing of the nose bringeth forth blood
Song 7. 4 thy nose (is) as the tower of Lebanon wh.
7. 8 and the smell of thy nose like apples
Isa. 2. 22 from man, whose breath (is) in his nostr.
3. 21 The rings, and nose jewels
37. 29 therefore will I put my hook in thy nose
65. 5 These (are) a smoke in my nose, a fire that
Lam. 4. 20 The breath of our nostrils, the anointed
Eze. 8. 17 and, lo, they put the branch to their nose
23. 25 they shall take away thy nose and thine
Amos 4. 10 of your camps to come up unto your nos.
2. Snorting, TJ nachar.
Job 39. 20 afraid, .the glory of his nostrils (is) terr.
3. Nostrils, C Tn} ncchirim.
Job 41. 20 Out; of his nostrils goeth smoke, as. .of a
NOSE, to have a flat
To have a flat n ose, D~in charam.
Lev. 21. 18 or a lame, or he that hath a flat nose, or
NOT
\.There is not, J
N ayin.
Gen. 2. 5 and (there was) not a man to till the gro.
Lam. 5. 7 Our lathers have sinned, (and are) not
Z.There is not, j K in.
i Sa. 21. 8 is there not here under thine hand spear
3. Not, ^N al.
Dan. 2. 24 Destroy not the wise (men) of Babylon
4. 19 let not the dream, or the interpretation
5. 10 let not thy thoughts trouble thee, nor let
9. 19 defer not, for thine own sake, O my God
4.T/", CN im.
1 Sa. 19. 6 (As) the LORD lireth, he shall not be slain
5. End, cessation, DJN eplies.
2 Sa. 9. 3 (Is) there not yet any of the house of Saul
Isa. 54. 15 they shall surely gather together, .not by
Q.Not, *?2 bal.
Isa. 26. 10 (yet) will he not learn righteousness
26. 10 and will not behold the majesty of the L.
7 .Without, S? bdi.
Gen. 31.20 unawares., in that he told him not that ho
8. Without, save, besides, *yQ9 bilade.
Job 34. 32 (That which) I see not, teach thou me ; if
9. Without, nb bilti.
Gen 3 ii commanded thee that thou shouldestnot
Exod 8. 29 in not letting the people go to sacrifice
Lev 20 4 of his seed unto Molech, and kill him not
Numi4. 16 Because the LORD was not able to bring
Ruth . 10 inasmuch as thou followedst not young
i Sa. 20. 26 Something hath befallen him, he is note.
10. No, not, vb la.
Ezra 4. 13 will they not pay toll, tribute, and custom
4 14 it was not meet for us to see the king s
4 ! 21 to cease, and that this city be not builded
5 . 5 that they could not cause them to cease
5. 16 hath it been in building.and. .it is not finis.
6. 8 given unto these men, that they be n< >t h.
7. 24 it shall not belawful to imposetiill, tribute
7. 25 and teach ye them that know (them) not
7. *6 whosoever will not do the law of thy God
Jer. 10. ii The gods that have not made the lu-avi us
Dan. 2. 5, o if ye will not make known unto me tlie
2. 10 There is not a man upon the earth that
2. ii the gods, whose dwelling is not with flesh
2. 18 that Daniel and his fellows should not p.
2. 30 this secret is not revealed t<> me for (nny)
2. 43 not cleave one to another, .as iron is not
NOT 701 NOT
Dan. 2. 44 kingdom shall not be left to other people
3. 6, ii whoso falleth not down anil worship.
3. 12 these men, O king, have not regarded thee
3. 12 they serve not thy gods, nor worship the
3. 14 do not ye servo my gods, nor worship the
3. 15 if ye worship not, ye shall be cast the sa.
3. 16 we (are) not careful to answer thee in this
3. 18 Hut if not, be it known unto thee, king
3. 18 that we will not serve thy gods, nor wor.
3. 24 Did not we cast three men bound into the
3. 28 that they might not serve nor worship any
4. 7 but they did not make known unto me the
4. 1 8 are not able to make known unto me the
4. 30 Is not this great Babylon, that I have bu.
5! 8 but they could not read the writing, nor
5. 15 they could not show the interpretation of
5. 22 thou his son, O Belshazzar, hast not hu.
5. 23 which see not, nor hear, nor know : and
6. 5 We shall not lind any occasion against t.
6. 8 sign the writing, that it be not changed
6. 8 Medes and Persians, which altereth not
6. 12 Hast thou notsigued a decree, that every
6. 12 theMedes and Persians, which altereth not
6. 13 regardeth not thee, O king, nor the deer.
6. 17 that the purpose might not be changed
6. 22 the lions mouths, that they have not h.
6. 26 kingdom, .which shall not be destroyed
7. 14 shall not pass away, .which shall not be
ll.iVo, not, ^ lo.
Gen. 2. 5 the Lord God had not caused it to rain
12. Without, not, x^3 be-lo.
Numss. 23 seeing (him) not, and cast (it) upon him
Heut32. 21 me to jealousy with (that which is) not
32. 21 to jealousy with (those that are) not a p.
13.,Vo, not, rkloh.
Deut. 3. ii (is) it not in Rabbath of the children of A.
14. From, jl? min.
Deut 33. ii them that hate him, that they rise not
15. AW, /U.TJ me.
Matt. i. 19 not willing to make her a public example
i. 20 fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife
2. 12 that they should not return to Herod, they
3. 9 think not to say within yourselves, We h.
3. 10 which bringeth not forth good fruit is h.
5. 17 Think not that I am come to destroy the
5. 29, 30 not (that) thy whole body should be c.
5. 34 Swear not at all : neither by heaven ; for
5. 39 That ye resist not evil; but whosoever
5. 42 that would borrow of thee turn not thou
6. i Take heed that ye do not your alms before
6. 2 do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the
6. 3 let not thy left hand know what thy right
6. 7 when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as
6. 8 Be not ye therefore like unto them : for
6. 13 lead us not into temptation, but deliver
6. 1 6 Moreover, when ye fast, be not, as the hy.
6. 1 8 That thou appear not unto men to fast
6. 19 Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon
7. i Judge not, that ye be. .judged
7. 6 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs
7. ig Every tree that bringeth not forth good
7. 26 and doeth them not, shall be likened unto
10. 5 Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and
10. 5 into . . city of the Samaritans enter ye not
10. 26 Fear them not therefore : for there is not.
io. 28 And fear not them which kill the body
10. 28 but are not able to kill the soul : but rat.
10. 31 Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more va.
10. 34 Think not that I am come to send peace
12. 30 He that is not with me is against me
12. 30 he that gathereth not with me scattereth
13. 19 of the kingdom, and understandeth . .not
14. 27 Be of good cheer: It is I ; be not afraid
17. 7 touched, .and said, Arise, and be not afr.
1 8. 13 the ninety and nine which went not ast.
18/25 But forasmuch as he had not to pay, his
19. 6 God hath joined together, let not man put
19. 14 and forbid them not, to come unto me
21.21 If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall
22. 12 how earnest thou in hither not having a
22. 29 Ye do err, not knowing the Scriptures, n.
23. 3 but do not ye after their works : for they
23. 8 But be not ye called Rabbi : for one is
23. 23 to have done, and not to leave the other
24. 17 Let him which is on the house top not c.
24. 23 here (is) Christ, or there ; believe (it) not
24. 26 Behold, he is in the desert ; go not forth
24. 26 in the secret chambers ; believe (it) not
25. 29 from him that hath not shall be t;iken
26. 5 But they said, Not on the feast . . lest there
28. 5 Fear not ye ; for I know that ye seek Je.
28. 10 Be not afraid : go tell my brethren that
Mark 2. 4; 3. 20; 4. 12, 12; 5. 36; 6. 9, n, 34, 50; 9.39;
10. 9, 14, 19, [19,] 19, 19, 19; 11.23; 12. 15, 24; J 3- 7 5>
16, 21 ; 14. 2; 16. 6.
Luke i. 13, 20, 30; 2. 10, 26, 45 ; 3. 8, 9; 4. 42; 5. 10,
10 ; 6. 29, 30, 37, 37, 49 ; 7. 6, 13, 30; 8. 10, 10, 18, 28, [49],
5> 52 ! 9 5> 33> 50; 10. 7, 10, 20; ii. 4, 7, 23, 23, 35, 42 ;
I2 - 4. 71 21 i 29. 32, 33, 47, 48; 13. 14; 14. 8, 12, 20; 16. 26;
? 2
3> 3 > 3 J
> 31, 31 ; 18. i, 2, 16, 20, 20, 20, 20 ; 19. 26, 27;
20. 7; 21. 8, 9, 14, 21 ; 22. 40, 42; 23. 28 ; 24. 16, 23. John 2. 16; 3. 7, [16], 18, 18; 5. 23, 28, 45; 6. 20, 27,
43, 64 ; 7. 24, 49 ; 8. [6] ; 9. 39 ; 10. i, 37, 38 ; 1 1. 37, 50 ; 12.
J 5i [47!. 48 , 13. 9; 14. i, 24, 27; s- 2; 18. 17, 25, 40; 19.
21, 24; 20. 17 27, 29.
Acts i. 4; 3. 23; 4. 18; 5. 7, 28, 40; 7. 19, 60; 9. 26,
38 ; 10. 15, 47 ; ii. 9; 12. 19; 13. n ; 14. 18; 15. 19, 38, 38;
if. 6 ; 1 8. 9, 9 ; 19. 31 ; 20. 10, 16, 22, 29 ; 21. 4, 12, 14, 21,
34; 23. [9], 21 ; 25. 24, 27 ; 27. 7, 15, 21, 24.
Rom. i. 28 ; 2. 14, 14, 21, 22 ; 3. 8 ; 4. 5, 17, 19; 5. [14] ;
6. 12; 8. [i], 4; 9. 30; 10. 6, 20, 20; n. 8, E, 10, 18, 20; 12.
2, 3, ii, 14, 16, 16, 19, 21 ; 13. 3, 13, 13, 13, 14; 14. i, 3,
3 3> 3> 16], 6, 15, 10, 20, 22 ; 15. i.
i Co. i. 28; 4. 7, 18; 5. 8, 9, ii ; 6. 9; 7. i, 5, 10, n, 12,
13, 18, 18, 21, 23, 27, 27, 30, 30, 30, 31, 38; 9. 18, 21 ; 10.
6, 28, 33; n. [22], 29; 13. i, 2, 3; 14. 20, 39; 15. 33, 34;
a Co. 2. i, 13 ; 3. 7, 13 ; 4. 2, 7, 18, 18, 18 ; 5. 19 ; 6. i, 9,
14, 17; 9. 5, 7; 10. 2, 14; 12. 21.
Gal. 3-[iJ; 4. 18; 5. i, 7, 13, 26; 6.7, 9, 9; Eph. 3. 13;
4. 26, 26, 30; 5. 7, 15, 17, 18, 27; 6. 4, 6; 1 hil. 2. 4, 12; 3.
9 ; Col. i. 23 ; 2. [18], 21 ; 3. 2, 9, 19, 21, 22 ; i Th. i. 8 ; 2. 9,
J
5> 4- 5> 5> 5- 6, 19, 20; 2 Th. i. 8, 8; 2. 2, 12; 3. 6, 8, 13,
15; i i i. i. 20; 2. 9; 3. 3, [3], 6, 8, 8, 8, u; 4. 14; 5. i,
9, 13, 16, 19; 6. 2, 3, 17; 2 Ti. i. 8; 2. 14; Titus i. 6, 7, 7,
7, 7. ". 14; 2- 3. 3. 9. i-
Heb. 3. 8, 15, iS; 4. 2, 7, 15; 6. i ; 7. 6; 9. 9; 10. 25,
25>
"
3> Si 8, 13, 27; 12. 5, 19, 27; 13. 2, 9, 16, 17 ; Jus.
i. 5, 7, 16, 22, 26; 2. i, n, ii, 14, 16; 3. i, 14; 4. 2, ii,
17; 5. 9, 12, 17.
i IV. i. 8, 14; 2. 16; 3. 6, 7, 9, 14 ; 4. 4, 12, 16 ; 5. 2 ;
2 Pe. 2. 21 ; 3. 8, 9; i John 2. 4, 15, 28; 3. 10, 10, 13, 14,
18, 21 ; 4. i, 3, 8, 20; 5. 10, 12, 16, 16; 2 John 7, 9, 10;
3 John 10, ii ; Jude 5, 6, 19; Rev. i. 17 ; 3. 18 ; 5. 5 ; 6. 6;
7. 3 ; 8. 12 ; 10. 4 ; ii. 2 ; 13. 15 ; 19, 10 ; 22. 9,10.
IQ.If not, except, 4at> ^ can me.
Mark 4. 22 there is nothing hid, which shall not be
17.AW even, jurjS* inede.
Col. 2. 21 taste not, handle not
i Pe. 5. 2 not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind
18. AW even one, /urjSsts miidcis.
Luke 4. 35 came out. .and hurt him not, Acts 10. 28-
19. A o not, yes verily, /urj OVK me ouk.
Rom10. 1 8 Have they not heard? Yes verily, their
10. 19 Did not Israel know? First Moses saith
i Co. 9. 4 Have we not power to eat and to drink?
9. 5 Have we not power to lead about a sister
11. 22 have ye not houses to eat and to drink in ?
20. What 1 p-fiTt meti.
Matti2. 23 And all. .said, Is not this the son of Da.?
John 4. 29 things that ever I did : is not this the C.V
2\.Assuredly not, ov JUTJ ou me.
Mattio. 23 Ye shall not have gone over the cities of
13. 14 By hearing ye shall hear, and shall not un.
13. 14 seeing ye shall see, and shall not perceive
15. 6 And honour not his father or his mother
16. 22 from thee, Lord : this shall not be unto
16. 28 which shall not taste of death, till they
18. 3 ye shall not enter into the kingdom of h.
23. 39 Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye s.
24. 2 There shall fnot] be left here one stone
24. 2 that shall [not] be thrown down
24. 34 This generation shall not pass, till all
24. 35 pass away, but my words shall not pass
26. 29 I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of
26. 35 should die with thee, yet will I not deny
Mark 9. i which shall not taste of death, till they
9. 41 say unto you, he shall not lose his reward
10. 15 he shall not enter therein
13. 2 there shall not be left, .that shall not be
13. 30 this generation shall not pass, till all th.
13. 31 pass away ; but my words shall not pass
16. 18 [they drink any deadly thing, it shall not]
Luke 6. 37 shall [not] be judged, .shall not be con.
9. 27 which shall not taste of death, till they
12. 59 thou shalt not depart thence, till thou
13. 35 Ye shall not see me, until (the time) come
18. 7 And shall not God avenge his own
18. 30 Who shall not receive manifold more in
21. 1 8 But there shall not an hair of your head
21. 32 This generation shall not pass away till
21. 33 pass away ; but my words shall not pass
22. 16 I will not any more eat thereof, until it
22. 18 I will not drink of the fruit of the vine
22. 34 Peter, the cock shall [not] crow this day
22. 67 he said. .If I tell you, ye will not believe
22. 68 if I also ask. .ye will not answer me, nor
John 4. 48 Except ye see signs . . ye will not believe
8. 12 he that followeth me shall not walk in d.
10. 5 a stranger will they not follow, but will
11. 56 What think ye, that he will not come to
, 13. 38 The cock shall not crow, till thou hast d.
20. 25 my hand into his side, I will not believe
Acts 28. 26 Hearing ye shall hear, and shall notund.
28. 26 and seeing ye shall see, and not perceive
Rom. 4. 8 man to whom the Lord will not impute
Gal. 4. 30 the son of the bond woman shall not be h.
5. 16 ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh
i Th. 4. 15 shall not prevent them which are asleep
5. 3 woman with child ; and they shall notes.
Heb. 8. 1 1 they shall not teach every man his neigh.
i Pe. 2. 6 he that believeth on him shall not be con.
Rev. 2. 1 1 He that overcometh shall not be hurt of
3. 3 thou shnlt not know what hour
3. 5 and I will not blot out his name out of
15. 4 Who shall not fear thee, O Lord, and gl.
22. AW, ou, OVK ou, ouk.
Matt. i. 25 knew her not till she had brought forth
2. 1 8 would not be comforted, because they are
3. ii whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he
4. 4 Man shall not live by bread alone, but by
4. 7 Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God
5. 17 I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil
5. 21 Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall
5. 27 heard. .Thou shalt not commit adultery
5. 33 Thou shalt not forswear thyself, but shult
6. 5 thou shalt not be as the hypocrites (are)
6. 20 and where thieves do not break through
Matt. 6. 26 for they sow not, neither do they reap
6. 26 Behold. Are ye not much better than they?
6. 28 lilies, .they toil not, neither do they spin
6. 30 (shall he) not much more (clothe) you, O
7. 3 butconsiderest not the beam that iu in th.
7. 21 Not every one that suith unto me, Lord
7. 22 Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name
7. 25 it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock
7. 29 having authority, and not as the scribes
8. 8 I am not worthy that thou shouldest come
8. 20 but the Son of man hath not where to lay
9. 12 They that be whole need not a physician
9. 13 mercy, and not sacrifice : for I am not
9. 14 we. .fast oft, but thy disciples fast not?
9. 24 for the maid is not dead, but sleepeth
10. 20 l or it is not ye that speak, but the spirit
10. 24 The disciple is not above(his)master, nor
10. 20 there is nothing covered, that shall not be
10. 26 is nothing, .hid, that shall not be known
10. 29 one of them shall not fall on the ground w.
10. 34 I carne not to send peace, but a sword
I0-
37> 37 " ore than me, is not worthy of me
10. 38 taketh [not J his cross . . is not worthy of me
11. ii there hath not risen a greater than John
ii. 17 ye have not danced, .ye have not lainen.
11. 20 to upbraid, .because they repented not
12. 2 thy disciples do that which is not lawful
12. 3 Have ye not read what David did, when
12. 4 did eat the showbread, which was not la,
12. 5 Or have ye not read in the Law, how that
12. 7 what. . I will have mercy, and not saeriftca
12. 7 ye would not have condemned the guiltl.
12. 19 He shall not strive, nor cry ; neither shall
12. 20 A bruised reed shall he not break, and
12. 20 smoking tlax shall he not quench, till he
12. 24 This (fellow) doth not cast out devils, but
12. 25 every city or house divided, .shall not at.
12. 31 blasphemy, .shall not be forgiven unto in.
12. 32 it shall not be forgiven him, neither in
13. 5 upon stony places, where they had not in.
13. 1 1 it is given unto you . . but to them it is not
13. 12 whosoever hath not, from him shall be
13. 13 they seeing, see not ; and hearing, they
13. 17 and have not seen, .and have not heard
13. 21 Yet hath he not root in himself, but dur.
13. 34 without a parable spake he [not] unto them
13. 55 Is not this the carpenter s son? is not his
!3- 57 A prophet is not without honour, save in
13. 58 he did not many mighty works there, be.
14. 4 said. .It is not lawful for thee to haveher
14. 16 They need notdepart ; give ye them to eat
15. 2 wash not their hands when they eat bread
15. n Not that which goeth into the mouth de.
15. 13 which my heavenly Father hath not pla.
15. 20 to eat with unwashen hands deflleth not
15. 23 he answered her not a word. And his die.
15. 24 I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of
15. 26 It is not meet to take the children s bread
15. 32 will not send them away fasting, lest they
16. ii How is it that ye do not understand that
16. ii I spake, .not to you concerning bread, that
16. 12 he bade, .not beware of the leaven of br.
16. 17 flesh and blood hath not revealed (it) unto
16. 18 the gates of hell shall not prevail against
16. 23 savourest not the things that be of God
17. T 2 they knew him not, but have done unto
17. 21 [thiskind goeth not out but by prayer and)
17. 24 said, Doth not your master pay tribute?
iS. 14 Even so it is not the will of your Father
iS. 22 I say not unto thee, Until seven times; but
18. 30 he would not ; but went and cast him into
1 8. 33 Shouldest not thou also have had compa.
19. 4 Have ye not read, that he which made
19. 8 He saith . .from the beginning it was not
19. 10 His disciples say. .it is not good to marry
19. ii All. .cannot receive this saying, save, .to
19. 18 Jesus said. .Thou shalt not commit adul.
19. 18 Thou shalt not steal, Thou shalt not bear
20. 15 Is it not lawful for me to do what I will
20. 22 Jesus answered and said, Ye know not w.
20. 23 to sit on my right hand, .is not mine to
20. 26 it shall not be so among you : but whoso.
20. 28 Even as the Son of man came not to be
21. 21 ye shall not only do this, .to the fig tree
21. 25 say. .Why did ye not then believe him?
21. 29 He answered and said, I will not : but a.
21. 30 answered and said, I(go), sir; and went not
21. 32 ye believed him not. .repented [not] aft.
22. 3 sent, .to call them, .and they would not
22. 8 but they which were bidden were not w.
22. 1 1 he saw there a man which had not on a \v.
22! 16 for thou regardest not the person of men
22. 17 Is it lawful to give tribute unto C., or not?
22. 31 have ye not read that which was spoken
22. 32 God is not the God of the dead, but of the
23. 3 do. .ye after, .for they say, and do not
23. 4 but they . . will not move them with one of
23. 30 we would not have been partakers with
23.37 would I have gathered . . and ye would not
24. 2 See ye [not] all these things? Verily I say
24. 21 such as was not since the beginning of the
24. 29 the moon shall not give her light, and the
24. 3g knew not until the flood came, and took
24. 42 know not what hour your Lord doth come
24. 43 would not have suffered his house to be b.
24. 44 in such an hour as ye think not the Sou of
24. 50 shall come in a day when he looketh not
24. 50 and in an hour that he is not aware of
25. 9 lest there be [not] enough for us and you
25. 12 Verily I say unto you, I know you not
25. 24 thou hast not sown, and. .thou hast not
25. 26 I sowed not, and gather where I have not.
NOT 702 NOTABLE
Matt 25. 43 ye took me not in. .ye clothed me not
25. 43 sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not
25. 44 ill prison, and did not minister unto thee?
25. 45 Inasmuch us ye did (it) not to one of the
26. ii ye have the poor, .but me ye have not al.
26. 24 had been good for that man if he had not
26. 39 nevertheless not as I will, but as thou (wilt)
26. 40 What ! could ye not watch with me one h.?
26. 42 if this cup may not pass away from me
26. 70 denied . . saying, I know not what thou say.
26. 72 again he denied witli an oath, I do not k. i
26. 74 curse and to swear. . I know not the man
27. 6 It is not lawful for to put them into the
27. 13 Hearest thou not how many things they
27. 34 and when he had tasted . . he would not dr.
28. 6 He is not here ; fur he is risen, as he said
[This particle occurs in all about 1270 times.]
23. By no means, in no wise, ovSapia s oudamos.
Matt. 2. 6 art not the least among the princes of J.
24. Not cveii, ovSf oude.
Matt 25. 45 Inasmuch as ye did., ye did (it) not tome
Mark 1 2. 10 have ye not read this scripture; The stone
Luke 1 2. 27 [they toil not, they spin not]; and yet I say
12. 27 Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed
23. 40 Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in
John i. 3 without him was not any thing made that
i Co. 4. 3 judged, .yea, I judge not mine own self
14. 21 for all that will they not hear me, saith
Heb. 8. 4 if lie were on earth he should not be a p.
i Jo. 2. 23 denieth the Son, the same hath not the F.
25. Not even one, ovSfis oudeis.
Luke 7. 28 there is not a greater prophet than John
VG.Not even, ovrt oute.
Lukei2. 26 If ye then be not able to do that thing w.
27. No, not, ovxi ouchi.
Matt. 5. 46 if ye love them which love you .do not ev.
5. 47 if ye salute your brethren . . do not even
6. 25 Is not the life more than meat, and the bo.
10. 29 Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing ?
12. ii will he not lay hold on it, and lift (it) out?
13. 27 didst not thou sow good seed in thy field ?
13. 55 is [not] his mother called Mary? and his
13. 56 And his sisters, are they not all with us?
18. 12 doth he not leave the ninety and nine, and
20. 13 didst not thou agree with me for a penny?
Luke 6. 39 shall they not both fall into the i. 60.
12. 6 not one of them is forgotten before God
14. 28 which of you. .sitteth not down first, and
14. 31 Or what king, .sitteth not down first, and
15. 8 whatjwoman. .doth notlighta candle, and
17. 8 will not ratlier say unto him, Make ready
17. 17 Were there [not] ten cleansed ? but where
22. 27 (is) not he that sitteth at meat? but I am
24. 26 Ought not Christ to have suffered these t.
24. 32 Did not our heart burn within us, while
John 7. 42 Hath [not] the scripture said, That Christ
11. 9 Are there not twelve hours in the day? If
13. 10 Jesus saith. .and ye are clean, but not all
13. ii knew, .therefore said he, Ye are not all el.
14. 22 thou wilt manifest thyself unto us, audnot
Acts 5. 4 Whiles it remained, was it not thine own?
7. 50 Hath not my hand made all these things
flotn. 2. 26 shall [not] his uncircumcisiou be counted
3. 29 (is he) not also of the Gentiles? Yes, of the
8. 32 how shall he not with him also freely give
i Co. i. 20 hath not God made foolish the wisdom of
3. 3 divisions, are ye [not] carnal, and walk as
3. 4 and another, I (am) of A polios ; are ye [not]
5. 2 ye are puffed up, and have not rather mo.
5.12 For.. do not ye judge them that are wit.?
6. i before the unjust, and not before the sa.?
6. 7 do ye not rather take wrong . . why do ye n.
8. 10 shall not the conscience of him which is
9. i have I not seen Jesus Christ our Lord ?
9. 8 Say I these things . . saith [not] the law the
10. 16, 16 is it notthe communion of the. .Christ
10. 18 are [not] they which eat of the sacrifices
10. 29 Conscience, I say, not thine own, but of
a Co. 3. 8 How shall not the ministration of the sp.
io. 13 ; i Th. 2. 19; Heb. i. 14 ; 3. 17.
28.#, tie!, Heh. 3. n.
[See also And, after that, agreeing, albeit, also, appear
ing, as, ashamed, believe, believing, brawler, circum
cised, commodious, doubtless, equal, even, failing,
hereafter, hitherto, if, inhabited, know, knowledge, no,
now, obey, please, possible, put under, regard, speak,
suffer, surely, tempted, than, that, then, understand,
whither, worthy.]
NOT any (man)
\.End, cessation, none, DEN ephes.
2 Ki. 14. 26 not any shut up, nor any left, nor any h.
2.M.<, ^3 bal.
Isa. 26. 18 we have not wrought any deliverance in
3.Not even one,, ^r/Sei s medeis.
Acts 10. 28 that I should not call any man common
4. Not even one,ov$fls oudeis, Lu.2O. 40 ; Ac. 27. 34
NOT a whit
Not even one, /xr)5t j medeis.
2 Co.n. 5 I suppose I was not a whitbehindthe very
NOT ..anymore
\.Noi any more, fj.rjK(Ti meketi.
Kuni 14. 13 Let us not. .judge one another any more
2. Not any more, no more, ovKtri ouketi.
Luke22. 16 I will [not any more] eat thereof, until it
NOT, for
WiUio-ut, x4
?? be-io.
Isa. 55. 2 ye spend money for (that which is) not b.
55. 2 your labour for (that which) satisneth not
NOT, of
Of (or by) not, K^ le-io.
Isa. 65. i I am sought of (them that) asked not (for
65. i I ani found of (them that) sought me not
NOT as yet
Not any more, no mvre, ovKtri ouketi 2 Co. I. 23
Not yet, jUTjSt irco medepd, Heb. II. 7.
NOT at all
I.Not even one, /ir/Sei y medeis.
3 Th. 3. ii working not at all, but are busy bodies
2. Assuredly not, not at all, oil ^ ou me.
Kev. 21. 25 the gates of it shall not be shut at ail by
3. Not even one, ouStis oudeis.
Gal. 4. 12 Brethren . . ye have not injured me at all
NOT (can)
I. Not to be able, to be unable, ou Svfa^ai ou duna.
Matt. 5. 14 city that is set on an hill cannot be hid
5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or bl.
6. 24 Ye cannot serve God and mammon
7. 18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit
16. 3 but can ye not. .the signs of the times?
17. 16 thy disciples, and they could not cure him
17. 19 and said, Why could not wecast him out?
26. 53 Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to
27. 42 He saved others; himself he cannot save
Mark 2. 19 as long as they have, .with them, they can.
3. 24, 25 divided against itself, that.. cannot st.
3. 26 divided, he cannot stand, but hath an end
6. 19 would have killed him ; but she could not
7. 1 8 thing from without, .(it) cannot defile him
7. 24 would have no man know..but he could not
Q. 28 asked. .Why could not we cast him out?
15. 31 He saved others; himself he cannot save
Luke i. 22 when he came out, he could not speak unto
8. 19 and could not come at him for the press
9. 40 I besought thy disciples, .they could not
11. 7 he from within shall answer. .1 cannot r.
14. 20 married a wife, and therefore I cannot c.
14. 26 hate not his father, .he cannot be my di.
14. 27 doth not bear his cross, .cannot be my d.
14. 33 that forsaketh not all . .he cannot bemyd.
16. 13 Ye cannot serve God and mammon
19. 3 could not for the press, because he was
John 3. 3 Except a man be born again, he cannot see
3. 5 he cannot enter into the kingdom of God
7. 7 The world cannot hate you ; but me it h.
7. 34, 36 and where I am. .ye cannot come
8. 21 Then said Jesus, .whither I go, ye cannot
8. 22 because he saith, Whither I go, ye cannot
8. 43 do ye not . . because ye cannot hear my w.
10. 35 called, .and the Scripture cannot be bro.
12. 39 Therefore they could not believe, because
13. 33 Whither I go, ye cannot come ; so now I
13. 36 Whither I go, thou canst not follow me
13. 37 Lord, why cannotl follow thee now? I w.
14. 17 the spirit of truth ; whom the world can.
15. 4 As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself
1 6. 12 have yet many things, .but ye cannot bear
Acts 4. 16 (is) manifest to all. .and we cannot deny
4. 20 we cannot but speak the things which we
5. 39 if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it
13. 39 from which ye could not be justified by
15. i Except ye be circumcised, .ye cannot be
27. 31 Except these abide in the ship, ye cannot
Rom. 8. 8 So then they that are in the flesh cannot
1 Co. 3. i I, brethren, could not speak unto you as
10. 21 Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and
10. 21 ye cannot be partakers of the Lord s table
12. 21 the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have
2 Co. 3. 7 so that the children of Israel could not s.
1 Ti. 5. 25 and they that are otherwise cannot be hid
2 Ti. 2. 13 he abideth faithful : he cannot deny him.
Heb. 3. 19 So we see that they could not enter in b.
Jas. 4. 2 ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot ph.
i Jo. 3. 9 he cannot sin, because he is born of God
Rev. 2. 2 thou canst not bear them which are evil
I.Not to be able, fjAj Svvauat me dunamai.
Mark 2. 4 when they could not come nigh unto him
3. 20 so that they could not so much as eat br.
Luke 5. 19 when they could not find by what (way)
16. 26 so that they which would pass, .cannot
20. 7 they answered, That they could not tell
Acts 21. 34 when he could not know the certainty for
27. 15 ship, .could not bear up into the wind, we
Heb. 4. 15 weliave not an high priest which cannot
9. 9 that could not make him that did the se.
3.7< is not, OVK tan ouk esti.
Heb. 9. 5 of which we cannot now speak particula.
4.Not to have strength, OVK lff\!>ta wik ischuo.
Lukei6. 3 What shall I do?. .1 cannot dig; to beg I
NOT be, (can)
It is nut receivable, OVK lv$txtTa.i oak eiuiictn tai.
Lukei3- 33 cannot be that a prophet perish out of J.
NOT contain, can
Not to have inward strength, OVK fyKpa.Tfvofj.au.
i Co. 7. 9 But if they cannot contain, let them uua.
NOT tell, can
Not to know, OVK olSa ouk oida.
Mattel. 27 And they answered Jesus. .We cannot tell
Markn. 33 And they, .said unto Jesus, We cannot t.
Luke2u. 7 theyaiibwered, That they could uottellw.
Joku 3. 8 but canst not toll whence it cometh, and
8. 14 ye cannot tell whence I come, and whit.
16. 18 They said, .we cannot tell what he saith
2 Co. 12. 2 a man. .whether in thebudy, I cannot tell
12. 2 or whether out of the body, I cannot tell
i .. 3 whether, .out of the body, I cauuot tell
NOT even, even... not
Not even, oiiot oude.
Matt 6. 29 That even Solomon in all his glory was not
1 Co. n. 14 Doth not even nature itself teach you, that
NOT henceforth, henceforth... not
Not any more, fj.r)Ktrt me/ceti.
Rom. 6. 6 that henceforth we should not serve sin
2 Co. 5. 15 they which live should notheuceforth live
Eph. 4. 17 that je henceforth walk not as other Gc.
NOT in me
Without, save, besides me, ~j. ^? [biladej.
Gen. 41. 1 6 Josephaiisweredl aaraoh..(uis)uotiume
NOT... in any wise
Assuredly not, not at all, ov /J.TJ ou me.
Mark 1 4. 31 he spake. .1 will not deny thee in any wise
NOT now, now... not
Not any more, no more, ovKfn ouketi.
John 4. 42 Now w believe, not because of thy saying
21. 6 now they were not able to draw it for the
Kom 14. 15 grieved, .now walkest thou not charitably
I liiu. 16 Not now as a servant, but above a servant
NOT... once
Not even, wot mede.
Eph. 5. 3 let it not be once named among you, as b.
NOT out of
Wittiout, in not, not in, K*?3 be-lo.
Psa. 17. i prayer, (that goeth) not out of feigned lips
NOT so
Jiy no means, in no wise, juTjSa^i y medamos.
Acts 10. 14 Not so, Lord ; for I have never eaten any
n. 8 Not so, Lord : for nothing common or uu.
NOT so much as, no
I.Not even, /uTjSe mede.
Mark 2. 2 110 room, .no, not so much as about the
I.Not even, a\\ ovSt all oude.
Luke 6. 3 Have ye not read so much as this, what
Acts 19. .! We have not so much as heard whether
i Co. 5. i as is not so much as named among the G.
NOT... yet
I.Not yet, before, Q~yi terem.
Exodio. 7 knowest thou not yet that Egypt isdest.t
i Sa. 3. 7 Now Samuel did not yet know the LORD
V.Not even yet, /j.riSeir<a medepo.
Heb. ii. 7 warned of God of things not seen as yet
Z.Not yet, pi}ir<a mepd,
Kom. 9. 1 1 For (the children) being not yet born, ne.
Heb. 9. 8 way into the holiest of all was not yet m.
i.Not even yet, ovSiiru oudepo.
John 7. 39 because that Jesus was [not yet] glorified
5. Not yet, oviruoupo.
Mutt 15. 17 Do not ye [yet] understand, that whatsoev.
16. 9 Do ye not yet understand, neither reme.
24. 6 must come to pass, but the end is not yet
Mark 8. 17 perceive ye not yet, neither understand?
13. 7 needs be ; but the end (shall) not (be) yet
John 2. 4 Jesus saith. .mine hour is not yet come
3. 24 For John was not yet cast into prison
7. 6 My time is not yet come: but your time is
7. 8 I go not up [yet], .for my time is not yet
7. 30 laid hands . . because his hour was not yt t
7. 39 the Holy Ghost was not yet.. because that
8. 20 laid hands, .for his hour was not yet come
8. 57 Thou art not yet fifty years old, and hast
11. 30 Now Jesus was not yet come into the town
20. 17 Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended
Heb. 2. 8 now we see not yet all things put under
12. 4 Ye have not yet resisted unto blood, str.
i Jo. 3. 2 it doth not yet appear what we shall be
Rev. 17. 10 one is. .the other is [not yet] come ; and
NOT to be
[See Approached, condemned, repented of, spoken
against.]
NOTABLE (one), of note
1. Vision, sight, ruin chasuth.
Dan. 8. 5 the goat (had) a notable horn between his
8. 8 for it came up four notable ones, toward
2. Known, knoicable, yvu(rr6s giwstos.
Acts 4. 16 for that indeed a notable miracle hath b.
&. Noted, notalile, ^iria"nfj.os epi-setnos.
Mutt 27. 16 they had then a notable prisoner, called
Rom 16. 7 who are of note among the apostles, who
4. Very manifest, tiri<pa.irfis epiphanes.
Acts 2. 20 before that great and notable day of the
NOTE, be noted, to
1. To grave, decree, write, ppn chaqaq.
I&a. _;o. 5 note it in a book, that it may be for the
NOTE 703 NOW
2. To note down, note, sign, D7~l rasham.
Dan. 10. 21 I will show thee that which is noted in
3. To put a siyn on, ffrjufidat semeioS.
2 Th. 3. 14 note that man, and have no company with
NOTHING, no thing
1. There is not, there are not, ]
N ayin.
Eccl. 3. 14 nothing can be put to it, nor ; Isa. 41. 24.
2. End, cessation, nothing, 09 N cphcs.
Isa. 34. 12 They shall call, .her princes shall be noth.
41. 29 their works (are) nothing : their molten
3. Without any thing, n!? S? belimah.
Job 26. 7 stretcheth . . hangeth the earth upon noth.
4. Without, save, not, n^3 bilti.
Isa. 44. 10 ormoltenagraveu image..profitable for n.
Amos v 4 cry out of his deii if he hath taken noth.?
5.Ruin, vacancy, .in tohu.
Job 6. 18 The paths, .are turned aside; theygoton.
6. Not a thing, I?T *b lo dabar.
Gen. 19. 8 do ye to them . . only unto these men don.
i Sa. 20. 2 my father will do nothing, either great or
7.Not any (thing), Sb N^ lo kol.
Gen. ii. 6 now nothing will be restrained from them
Prov. 13. 7 Thereisthat maketh himself rich, yet..n.
8. Not any thing, .19? NZ? S lo meumah.
Gen. 40. s here also have I done nothing that they
Judgi4. 6 he rent him. .and. .nothing in his hand
i Sa. 25. 21 so that nothing was missed of all that
i Ki.io. 21 it was nothing accounted of in the days of
18. 43 and looked, and said. (There is) nothing
Eccl. 5. 14 he beggeth a sou, and (there is) nothing
5. 15 shall take nothing of his labour, which he
7. 14 that man should find nothing after him
Jer. 39. 10 of the poor of the people which had noth.
9. Not any thing, ns % bal mah.
Prov. 9. 13 A foolish woman.. knoweth nothing
iO.Not, /XT)
ine.
Luke 7. 42 when they had nothing to pay, he frankly
11.Not anything, MTJ TI me li.
Mark 8. i being very great, and having nothing to
1 Co. 4. 5 Therefore judge nothing before the time
12. Not any one, /*r}5m medeis.
Matt27- 19 Have thou nothing to do with that just m.
Mark i. 44 See thou say nothing to any man : but go
5. 26 was nothing bettered, but rather grew w.
6. 8 that they should take nothing for., journey
Luke 6. 35 do good, and lend, hoping for nothing ag
g. 3 Take nothing for (your) journey, neither
Acts 4. 21 finding nothing how they might punish th.
10. 20 Arise, .and go with them, doubting noth
11. 12 spirit bade me go with them, nothing do.
19. 36 ought to be quiet, and to do nothing ras.
23. 14 will eat nothing until we have slain Paul
23. 29 to have nothing laid to his charge worthy
25. 25 had committed nothing worthy of death
27. 33 continued fasting, having taken nothing
2 Co. 6. 10 as having nothing, and .possessing all t.
7 . 9 ye might receive damage by us in nothing
Gal. 6. 3 think . to be something, when he is not.
Phil, i. 28 in nothing terrified by your adversaries
2. 3 (Let) nothing (be done) through strife or
4. 6 Be careful for nothing ; but in every thing
i Th. 4. 12 honestly, .and. .ye may have lack of not.
i Ti. 5. 21 observe" these .doing nothing by partial.
6. 4 Heis proud, knowing nothing, but doting
Titus 2. 8 ashamed, having no evil thing to say of
3. 13 Bring, .that nothing be wanting unto t
Jas. i. 4 may be perfect and entire, wanting not.
i. 6 But let him ask in faith, nothing waveri.
3 John 7 went forth, taking nothing of the Gentiles
IB. No, not, ov ou.
Luke 8. 17 For nothing is secret that shall not be
ii. 6 come, .and I have nothing to set before him
i Co. 9. 16 though I preach.. I have nothing to glory
14. Not any, 06 TIS ou tis.
Matti 5 . 32 they continue, .and have nothing to rfat
Mark 6. 36 buy.. bread: [tor they have nothing to eat]
8. 2 with me three days, and have nothing to
15. Not any word, ov irav prifj.a ou pan rhema.
Luke i. 37 For with God nothing shall be impossible
16. Not even any, ov 5* TIS ou, de tis.
i Ti. 6. 7 it is) certain we can carry nothing out
17. Not even one, ovStis oudeis.
Matt. 5. 13 it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to
10. 26 there is nothing covered that shall not be
17. 20 and nothing shall be impossible unto you
21. 19 found nothing thereon, but leaves only
23. 16 shall swear by the temple, it is nothing
23. 18 shall swear by the altar, it is nothing; but
26. 62 said unto him, Answerest thou nothing?
27. 12 when he was accused, .he answered not.
27. ?4 When Pilate saw that he could prevail n.
Mark 7. 15 There is nothing from without a man, t.
9. 29 This kind can come forth by nothing but
11. 13 when he came to it, he found nothing but
14. 60 asked Jesus, saying, Answerest thou not.?
14. 61 But he held his peace, and answered no.
15. 3 accused him. .[but he answered nothing]
15. 4 Pilate asked him . . Answerest thou noth.?
1(5. 5 Jesus yet answered nothing ; so that Pilate
Luke 4. 2 in those days he did eat nothing : and w.
5. 5 we have toiled . .and have taken nothing
10. ig and nothing shall by any means hurt you
Lukei2. 2 there is nothing covered, that shall not be
22. 35 lacked ye any thing? And they said. No.
23. 9 he questioned . . but he answered him no.
23. 15 nothing worthy of death is done unto him
23. 41 but this man hath done nothing amiss
John 3. 27 A man can receive nothing, except it be
5. 19 The Son can do nothing of himself, butw.
5. 30 I can of mine own self do nothing : as I h.
6. 63 the flesh proflteth nothing: the words that
7. 26 he speaketh boldly, and they say nothing
8. 28 shall ye know, .(that) I do nothing of mys.
8. 54 If I honour myself, my honour is nothing
9. 33 this man were not of God, he could do n.
12. 19 Perceive ye how ye prevail nothing^ beh.
14. 30 prince, .cometh, and hath nothing in me
15. 5 branches, .without me ye can do nothing
16. 23 And in that day ye shall ask me nothing
16. 24 Hitherto Have ye asked nothing in my n.
18. 20 Jesus answered, .in secret have I said n.
21. 3 They went., and that night they caught n.
Acts 4. 14 beholding the man . . they could say noth.
17. 21 spent their time in nothing else, but eit.
20. 20 how I kept back nothing that was profit.
21. 24 all may know that those things, .are noth.
26. 31 This mau doeth nothing worthy of death
28. 17 though I have committed nothing against
Rom 14. 14 that (there is) nothing unclean of itself
1 Co. 4. 4 For I know nothing by myself ; yet am I
7. 19 Circumcision is n. . .uncircumcision is no
8. 2 he knoweth [nothing] yet as he ought to
8. 4 we know that an idol (is) nothing in the
13. 3 have not charity, it proftteth me nothing
2 Co. 12. ii in nothing am I behind, .though I be no.
Gal. 2.6 for they who seemed . . added nothing to
4. i differeth nothing from a servant, though
5. 2 if. .circumcised, Christ shall profit you n.
Phil. i. 20 hope, that in nothing I shall be ashamed
i Ti. 4. 4 nothing to be refused, if it be received w
6. 7 For we brought nothing into (this) world
Titus 1. 15 unto them that are defiled, .(is) nothing
Phm. 14 But without thy mind would I do nothing
Heb. 2. 8 ; 7. 14 ; 7. 19 ; Rev. 3. 17.
18. Nothing, ovQev outhen, I Co. 13. 2.
19.Not even, ov-rt oute.
John 4. ii Sir, thou hast nothing to draw with, and
NOTHING... at any tame, at all
Any thing not even at any time, irav...ovSfTTOTf.
Acts ii. 8 [nothing] common or unclean hath at any t.
Not a thing, OVK ovQev ouk outhen, Jo. II. 49.
NOTHING, as
Ne, nothing, n^ lah.
Dan. 4. 35 all the inhabitants, .(are) reputed as not.
NOTHING, to bring to
I. To make few, little, BV? maat, 5.
Jer. 10. 24 in thine anger, lest thou bring me to no.
2. To put away or aside, adtrew atheteo.
1 Co. i. 19 will bring to nothing the understanding
NOTHING but
Only, P~l raq.
Gen. 26. 29 we have done unto thee nothing but good
NOTHING, (for)
Gratis, free, for nought, C}n chinnam.
Exod2 i. 2 the seventh he shall go out free for noth.
2 Sa. 24. 24 offer, .that which doth cost me nothing
NOTHING worth
For nothing, SN"? le-al.
Job 24. 25 who will, .make my speech nothing wo.?
NOTICE, to take
To discern, i?J nakar, 5.
2 Sa. 3. 36 all the people took notice . . and it pleased
NOTICE before, to have
To tell or announce beforehand, irpoKcirayyf\\ca.
2 Co. 9. 5 your bounty, whereof [ye had notice bef.]
NOTWITHSTANDING
I. Only, TJN ak.
Exod2i. 21 Notwithstanding, if he continue a day or
2. And only, 7|Ni ve-ak.
Josh 22. 19 Notwithstanding, if the land of yourpo.
3. End, cessation, nothing, DDN ephes.
Judg. 4. 9 notwithstanding the journey that thou
4. Only, pi raq.
2 Ch. 6 9 Notwithstanding thou shalt not build the
5. But, a.\\d alia.
Rev. 2. 20 Notwithstanding I have a few things ag.
Q.But yet, v\i)vplen.
Luke 10. ii notwithstanding, be ye sure of this, that
10. 20 Notwithstanding in this rejoice not, that
Phil. i. 18 notwithstanding, every way, whether in
4. 14 Notwithstanding ye have done well that
NOUGHT
1. Vanity, ]\t} aven.
Amoss. 5 seek not Beth-el.. Beth-el shall come ton.
2. Ruin, vacancy, nn tohu.
Isa. 49. 4 I have spent my strength for nought, and
3. Not anything, nc?Np S lo meumah.
Deuti3. 17 there shall cleave nought of the cursed
4. ConfutationJullconviction,a.ir(\(yfi.6s apelegmos.
Acts 19. 27 our craft is in danger to be set at nought
5.Not even one., ou8m oudeis.
Acts 5. 36 all. .were scattered, and brought to noug.
NOUGHT, for
1. Gratis, for nought, Cjn chinnam.
Gen. 29. 15 shouldest thou therefore serve me for u.?
Job i. 9 and said, Doth Job tear God for nought ?
22. 6 taken a pledge from thy brother for nou.
Ia. 52. 3 Ye have sold yourselves for nought; and
52. 5 that my people is taken away for nought:
Mai. i. 10 do ye kindle (tire) ou mine altar for uou.
2. Without wealth or substance, Jin x^3 be-lo hon.
Psa. 44. 12 Thou aellest thy people for nought, and
3. Freely, without payment, Siapedv dorean.
2 Th. 3. 8 Neither did we sat any man s bread for a,
NOUGHT, (thing) of
I. Nought, nothing, V5N epha.
Isa. 41. 24 ye (are) of"nothing, and your work of no.
2. End, cessation, nothing, DN ephes.
Isa. 41.12 shall be as nothing, and as a thing of no.
3. Not a thing, I^T kS lo dabar.
Amos 6. 13 Ye which rejoice in a thing of nought, w.
4.Ruin, vacancy, i~n tohu.
Isa. 29. 21 turn aside the just for a thing of nought
NOUGHT, to bring or come t
I. To fade or wear atcay, Saj nabel.
Job 14. 18 surely the mountain falling cometh to n.
2.To make void, "MB pur, 5.
Psa. 33. 10 bringeth the counsel of the heathen to n.
B.To break off, make void, "n? parar, 5.
Neh. 4. 15 God had brought their counsel to nought
4. To be broken, made void, ~n? parar, 6.
Isa. 8. 10 Take counsel . .anditshallcometo nought
5. To cut off, lay waste, destroy, ~vy? shamad, 5.
Deut28. 63 destroy you, and to bring you to nought
6. To desolate, lay waste, tprifj.au> eremoo.
.Rev. 18. 17 in one hour so great riches is come to n.
7. To make useless, without effect, Karapyica katar.
1 Co. i. 28 things which are not, to bring to nought
2. 6 princes of this world, that come to nought
8. To loose down, Kara\vu kataluo.
A.cts 5. 38 if.. this work be of men, it will come to no.
NOUGHT, to be brought to
To cease, fail, have an end, 03$ aphes.
Isa. 29. 20 For the terrible one is brought to nought
NOUGHT, to set at
To free, make void, refuse, yi? para.
Prov. i. 25 But ye have set at nought all my counsel
NOUGHT, to come to
It is not, j N ayin.
Job 8. 22 place of the wicked sliall come to nought
NOURISH (up in), to
1. To make great, magnify, bring up. Via gadal, 3.
Isa. i. 2 I have nourished and brought up children
23. 4 neither do I nourish up young men, (nor)
44. 14 planteth an ash, and the rain dotli noHr.
Dan. i. 5 sojuourishing them three years, that at the
2. To keep living or alive, n~,n chayah, 3.
2 Sa. 12. 3 which he had bought and nourished up
Isa. 7. 21 shall nourish a young cow and two sheep
3. To provide, nourish, sustain, S 3 kul, Za.
Gen. 45. ii And there will I nourish thee ; for yet
47. 12 Joseph nourished his father, and his bre.
50. 21 I will nourish you, and your little ones
Ruth 4. 15 he shall L/e. .a nourisher of thine old age
4. To multiply, nourish, n^-j rabah, 3.
Eze. 19. 2 she nourished her whelps among young
6. To nourish or bring up, avarptcpta anatrepho.
Acts 7. 20 nourished up in his father s house three
7. 21 took him up, and nourished him for her
6. To nourish much, iicrptAtt ektrepho.
Eph. 5. 29 nouribheth and cberisheth it, even as thu
7. To be nourished in, evTpt<t>o/j.ai entrephomai.
i Ti. 4. 6 nourished up in the words of faith and of
8. To nourish, rptQw trepho.
Acts 12. 20 because their country was nourished by
Jas. 5. 5 ye have nourished your hearts, as in a day
Rev. 12. 14 where she is nourished for a time, and t.
NOURISHMENT ministered, to have
To supply besides, iirixoprtytw epichoregeo.
Col. 2. 19 having nourishment ministered, and knit
NOVICE
One newly planted, vf&fyvros neophutos.
1 Ti. 3. 6 Not a novice, lest being lifted up with/p.
NOW
I. Then, jn|< cdayin.
Ezra 4. 23 Now when the copy of king Artaxerxes
I.Then, IN az.
Josh.22. 3i now ye have delivered the children of I.
S.Hcre, now, NISN, iDN epho.
Gen. 27. 37 what shall I do now unto thee, my son ?
43. ii father Israel said unto them, If . .so now
Judg. 9. 38 Where (is)now thy mouth, wherewith thou
2 Ki.io. 10 Know now that there shall fall unto the
Job 17. 15 where (is) now my hope ? as for my hope
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Job. 19. 6 Know now that God hath overthrown rne
19. 23 Oh that my words were now written ! Oh
24. 25 And if. .not (so) now, who will make me
Prov. 6. 3 Do this now, my son, and deliver thyself
Isa. 22. i What aileth thee now, that thou art wh.
4. Here, hither, then, njrr henuh.
Numi4. 19 hast forgiven this people, .even until now
5. This, ni zeh.
2 Ki. i*. 5 said unto them, Why are ye now turned
6. To day, Di n hay-yom.
Deut3i. 21 even now, before I have brought them into
i Sa. 9. 9 for (he that is) now (called) a prophet was
Neh. i. 6 I pray before thee now, day and night
Jer. 34. 15 ye were now turned, and had done right
7. Already, now, 155 kebar.
Eccl. 3. 15 That which hath been is now ; and that
9. 6 their hatred, and their envy, is now per.
9. 7 Go thy way. .God nowacceptetli thy works
8. Because, ? ki.
Josh. 5. 5 Now all the people that came out were
9. Now, i#3 kean,
Ezra 4. 13 Be it known now unto the king, that if
4. 14 Now because we have maintenance from
4. 21 Give ye now commandment to cause these
5. 16 since that time even until now hath it
6. 6 Now. .Tatuai, governor beyond the river
Dau. 2. 23 hast made known unto me now what wo
3. 15 Now if ye be ready that at what time ye
4. 37 Now I Nebuchadnezzar praise and extol
5. i2 now let, Daniel be called, and he will show
5. 15 now the wise (men), the astrologers, have
5. 16 now if thou canst read the writing, and
6. 8 Now, O king, establish the decree, and si.
10. Pray, please now, NJ net.
Gen. 12. ii Behold uow, I know that thou(art)a fair
11.Now, njjiy attah.
Gen. 22. 12 now I know that thou fearest God, seeing
26. 22 now the LOUD hath made room for us, and
26. 29 thou (art) now the blessed of the LORD
l 2.A step, time, cy? paam.
Gen. 2. 23 This (is) now bone of my bones, and flesh
29. 35 and she said, Now will I praise the LORD
30. 20 now will my husband dwell with me, bee.
46. 30 Now let me die, since I have seen thy face
Prov. 7. 12 Now (is she) without, now in the streets
IZ.Now, at present, &pn arti.
Matt. 3. 15 Jesus answering . .unto him, Suffer, .now
n. 12 from the days of J. the Baptist until now
26. 53 Thinkest thou that I cannot uow pray to
John 2. 10 thou hast kept the good wine until uow
9. 19 born blind ? how then doth he now see ?
9. 25 I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I
13. 7 What I do thou knowest not now ; but
13. 19 Now I tell you before it come, that, when
13. 33 as I said unto the Jews, .so now I say to
13. 37 Why cannot I follow thee now ? I will
16. 12 things to say. .ye cannot bear them now
16. 31 Jesus answered them, Do ye now believe?
i Co. 13. 12 For now we see through a glass, darkly
13. 12 now I knowinpart; but then shall Iknow
16. 7 For I will not see you uow by the way; but
Gal. i. 9 As we said before, so say I now again, If
i. 10 For do I now persuade men, or God? or
4. 20 I desire to be present with you now, and
1 Th. 3. 6 But now when Timotheus came from you
2 Tti. 2. 7 only he who now letteth(will let), until he
i Pe. i. 6 though now for a season, if need be, ye are
i. 8 in whom, though now ye see (him) not, yet
i Jo. 2. 9 He that.. hateth.-isindarkness..until now
Rev. 12. 10 Now is come salvation, and strength, and
14. Hut, now, and, further 8 de.
Matt i. 22 Now all this was done that it might be
[See alsu John 5. 25; 6. 10; 19. 23; Acts 27. 9; Rom. 15.
8 ; i Cor. 10. n ; 15. 50; Gal. i. 20; 4. i, <tc.]
15. Truli/, certainly, therefore, Sri de.
Luke 2. 15 Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and
16. Still, yet, hitherto, fn eti.
Johii2i. 6 now they were not able to draw it for the
Rom 14. 15 if thy brother be grieved, .now walkest
17. Now, already, tftir) ede.
Matt. 3. 10 now also the ax is laid unto the root of
14. 15 This is a desert place, and the time is now
14. 24 the ship was now in the midst of the sea
15. 32 because they continue with me now three
Mark 4. 37 beat into the ship, so that it was now full
6. 35 And when the day was now far spent, his
6. 35 This is a desert place, and now the time
8. 2 because they have now been with me three
ii. ii now the eventide was come, he went out
15. 42 now when the even was come, because it
Luke 3. 9 now also the ax is laid unto the root of
7. 6 when he was now not far from the house
u. 7 Trimble me not : the door is now shut, and
14. 17 tosay. .Come; forall things are now ready
21. 30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and
21. 30 and know., that summer is nownighat h.
John 4. 51 as he was now going down, his servants
5. 6 knew that he had been now a long time
6. 17 it was now dark, and Jesus was not come
7. 14 Now about the midst of the feast, Jesus
13. 2 the devil having now put into the heart of
15. 3 Now ye are clean through the word which
19. 28 Jesus knowing that all things were now
21. 4 when the morning was now come, Jesus
21. 14 This is now the third time that Jesus show.
Acts 4. 3 and put .. in hold .. for it wasnoweventide
27. y when sailing was now dangerous, because
Rom. i. 10 if by any means now at length I might h.
4. 19 he considered not his own body [now] d.
13. ii now (it is) high time to awake out of sleep
i Co. 4. 8 Now ye are fall, now ye are rich, ye have
6. 7 Now therefore there is utterly a fault am.
Phil. 4. 10 that now at the lastyour care of me hath
a Ti. 4. 6 I amnow ready to beott ered, and the time
3 Pe. 3. i This second epistle, beloved, I now write
i Jo. 2. 8 darkness is past, and the true light now s.
18. As to the rest, henceforth, TO \otir61> to loipon.
Matt 26. 45 Sleep on now, and take, .rest, behold, the
Mark 14. 41 Sleep on uow, and take, .rest : it is enough
19. Now, vvv nun.
Matt 26. 65 behold, now ye have heard his blasphemy
27. 42 let him now come down from the cross, anil
27. 43 let him deliver him now, if he will have
Markio. 30 he shall receive an hundred fold now in
15. 32 Let Christ the king of Israel descend now
Luke 2. 29 now lettest thou thy servant depart in p.
6. 21 Blessed (are ye) that hunger now : for ye
6. 21 Blessed (are ye) that weep now : for ye sh.
6. 25 Woe unto you that laugh now ! for ye sh.
u. 39 Now do ye Tharisees make clean the out.
16. 25 now he is comforted, and thou art torrn.
19. 42 If thou hadst knowu. .but now they are
22. 36 But now, he that hath a purse, let him t.
John 2. 8 Draw out now, and bear unto the governor
4. 18 he whom thou now hast is not thy husband
4. 23 the hour cometh, and now is, when the
5. 25 The hour is coining, and now is, when the
8. 40 But now ye seek to kill me, a man that
8. 52 said. . Now we know that thou hast a dei
9. 21 by whatmeanshenowseeth, we know not
9. 41 now ye say, We see ; therefore your sin re.
11. 22 But I know, that even now, whatsoever
12. 27 Now is my soul troubled ; and what shall
12. 31 Now is the judgment of this world : now
13. 31 Now is the Son of man glorified, and God
13. 36 Whither I go, thou canst not follow me
14. 29 now I have told you before it come to p.
15. 22 but now they have no cloak for their sin
15. 24 now have they both seen and hated both
16. 5 But now I go my way to him that sent me
16. 22 ye now therefore have sorrow; but I will
16. 29 now speakest thou plainly, and speakest
16. 30 Now are we sure that thou knowest all
16. 32 Behold, the hour cometh, yea, is [now] c.
17. 5 now, O Father, glorifiy thou me with th.
17. 7 Now they have known that all things w.
17. 13 now come I to thee ; and these things I
18. 36 but now is my kingdom not from hence
21. 10 Bring of the fish which ye have now cau.
Acts 2. 33 he hath shed forth this, which ye [now]
3. 17 now, brethren, I wot that through igno.
7. 4 removed him into this land, wherein yen.
7. 34 And now come, I will send thee into E.
7. 52 of whom ye have been now the betrayers
10. 5 And now send men to Joppa, and call for
10. 33 Now therefore are we all here present b.
12. ii Now I know of a surety, that the Lord
13-11 now, behold, the hand of the Lord (is) u.
15. 10 Now therefore why tempt ye God, to put
16. 36 sent, .now therefore depart, and go in p.
16. 37 now do they thrust us out privily? nay
20. 22 now, behold, I go bound in the spirit unto
20. 25 now, behold, I know that ye all, among
22. i fathers, hearye my defence..nowuntoyou
22. 16 now why tarriest thou? arise, and be bab.
23. 15 Now therefore ye with the council signi.
23. 21 now are they ready, lookingfor a promise
24. 13 can they prove the things whereof they [n.]
26. 6 now I stand and am judged for the hope
26. 17 the Gentiles, unto whom [now] I send thee
Rom. 3.21 But now the righteousness of God without
5. 9 being now justified by his blood, we shall
5. ii by whom we have now received the aton.
6. 19 now yield your members servants to right.
6. 21 those things whereof ye are now ashamed?
8. i therefore now no condemnation to them
8. 22 and travaileth in pain together until now
11. 30 have now obtained mercy through their
11. 31 Even so hav these also now not believed
13. ii now (is) our salvation nearer than when we
16 26 But now is made manifest, and by the Sc.
i Co. 3. a ye were not able, .neither yet now are ye
7-14 else were your children unclean ; but now
12. 20 But now. .many members, yet but oneb.
a Co. 5. 16 yet now henceforth know we (him) no m.
6. 2 now (is) the accepted time, .now(is) thed.
7. 9 Now I rejoice, not that ye were made so.
13. e being absent now I write to them which
Gal. i. 23 now preacheth the faith which once he d.
2. 20 the life which I now live in the flesh I 1.
3. 3 having begun in the Spirit, are ye now
4. 9 But now, after that ye have known God
4. 25 answereth to Jerusalem which now is, and
4. 29 as then he . . persecuted him . . so . . now
Eph. 2. 2 the spirit that now worketh in the child.
3. 5 as it is now revealed unto his holy apost.
3. 10 To the intent that now, unto the princi.
5. 8 For ye were sometimes darkness, but now
Phil. i. 5 in the gospel from the first day until now
i. 20 now also Christ shall be magnified in my
1. 30 ye saw in me, (and) now hear (to be) in
2. 12 but now much more in my absence, work
3. 18 I have told you often,and now tell you even
Col. i. 24 Who now rejoice in my sufferings for you
1 Th. 3. 8 now we live, if ye stand fast in the Lord
2 Th. 2. 6 now ye know what withholdeth. that he
i Ti. 4- 8 having promise of the life that now is, and
a Ti. i. 10 But is now made manifest by the appear.
Heb. 2. 3 But now we see not yet all things put un.
9. 5 of which we cannot now speak particula.
9. 24 now to appear in the presence of God for
9. 26 but [now] once, in the end of the world
12. 26 but now he hath promised, saying, Yet
Jas. 4. 13 Go to now, ye that say, To day, or to mo.
4. 1 6 But now ye rejoice in your boastings : all
5. i Go to now. .rich men, weep and howl for
i Pe. 1. 12 they did minister the things which are now
2. 10 (are) now the people of God . . but now h.
2. 25 but are now returned unto the shepherd
3. 21 whereunto. .baptism doth also now save
a Pe. 3. 7 the heavens and the earth which are now
3. 18 To him (be) glory both now and for ever
1 Jo. 2. 1 8 even now are there many antichrists, wh.
2. 28 And now, little children, abide in him
3. 2 Beloved, now are we tin-sons of God ; and
4. 3 and even now already is it in the world
2 John 5 And now I beseech thee, lady, not as th.
Jude 2s(be)glory and majesty., both now and ever
20. The now, the present things, TO. vlv ta nun.
Acts 4. 29 And now, Lord, behold their threatenings
5. 38 And now I say unto you, Refrain from th.
20. 32 And now, bretlireu, I commend you toG.
27. 22 And now I exhort you to be of good che.
21. Now, at this moment, vwinuni.
Rom. 6. 22 But now being made free from sin, and
7. 6 But now we are delivered from the law
7. 17 Now then it is no more I that do it, but
15. 23 But now having no more place in these
15. 25 But now I go unto Jerusalem to minister
1 Co. 5. ii But now I have written unto you not to
12. 1 3 But now hath God set the members every
13. 13 And nowabideth faith, hope, charity, th.
14. o Now, brethren, if I come unto you spea.
15. 20 But now is Christ risen from the dead
2 Co. 8. ii Now therefore perform the doing, .that
8. 22 but now much more diligent, upon the
Eph. 2. 13 But now in Christ Jesus ye who someti.
Col. i. 21 you, that were, .alienated, .now hath he
i. 26 the mystery which. .now is made manifest
3. 8 But now ye also put off all these ; anger
Phm. 9 and now also a prisoner of Jesus Christ
ii but now profitable to thee and to me
Heb. 8. 6 But now hath he obtained a more excell.
ii. 16 But [now] they desire a better., that is, an
22. Therefore, then, now, ovv oun.
Marki2. 20 [Now] there were seven brethren : and the
Lukeio. 36 Which [now] of these three, tbinkest thou
Johui6. 19 [Now] Jesus knew that they were desirous
19. 29 [Now] there was set a vessel full of vine.
21. 7 Now when Simon Peter heard that it was
Acts i. 18 Now this man purchased a field with the
ii. 19 Now they which were scattered abroad
25. i Now when Festus was come, i Co. 9. 25.
23.And, Kai kai, I Co. 4. 7. NOW already
Even now or already, Kai f/Srj kai ede.
Acts 27. 9 because the fast was now already past, P.
NOW... not, or no more
Not any more, no more, ovKt-ri ouketi.
John 4. 42 Now we believe, not because of thy say.
17. ii And now I am no more in the world, but
21. 6 now they were not able to draw it for the
Rom 14. 15 be grieved, .now walkest thou not charit.
Phm. 16 Not now as a servant, but above a servant
NOW then, or henceforth
Therefore, then, now, o?>v oun.
2 Co. 5. 20 Now then we are ambassadors 2 Co. 5. 16.
NOW, seeing that which
Already, now, n^? kebar.
Eccl. 2. 16 seeing that which now (is), in the days to
NtTMBER
1. Search, searching, njjn cheqer.
Job 34. 24 break in pieces mighty men without num.
2.Number, amount, fif?.? miksah.
Exodi2. 4 take..accordingtothenumberof thesouls
A.Meni, goddess offate, ? meni.
Isa. 65. ii furnish the drink offering unto that num.
4. Number, ] ,]D minyan.
Ezra 6. 17 according to the number of the tribes of
5.Number, narration, reckoning, ~i$9? inispar.
Gen. 34. 30 few in number, they shall gather thems.
41. 49 he left numbering ; for(it was) without n.
Exodi6. 16 an omer for every man . .the number of y.
23. 26 barren., the numberof thy daysl willful
Lev. 25. 15, 15 According to the number of years
25. 16 to the number, .of the fruits doth he sell
25. 50 shall be according unto the number of y.
Num. i. 2 with the number of. .names, every male
i. 18 according to the number of the names
So in T. 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42.
3. 22, 34 according to the number of all the m.
3. 28 In the numberof all the males, from am.
3. 40 LORD said . . take the number of their na.
3. 43 all the first born males by the number of
14. 29 according to your whole number, from t.
14. 34 After the number of the days in which ye
15.12 According to the number that ye shall pr.
15. 12 do to everyone according to their number
23. 10 and the number of the fourth . of Israel
26. 53 divided, .according to the number of na.
NUMBER 705 NURSE
Nuni29. i3, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 37 according to their n.
31. 36 the half . .was in number three hundred
Deut. 4. 27 ye shall be left few in number among the
32. 8 according to the number of the children
Josh 4. 5, 8 according unto the number of the tribes
Judg. 6. 5 they and their camels were without num.
7. 6 the number of them that lapped, (putting)
7. 12 their camels (wure) without number, as
21. 23 and took, .wives, according to their num.
1 Sa. 6. 4 the number of the lords of the Philistines
6. 18 the number of all the cities of the Philis.
2 Sa. 2. 15 Then there arose and went over by numb.
21. jo every foot six toes, four and twenty in n.
24. 2 that I may know the number of the peo.
i Ki. 18. 31 according to the number of the tribes of
1 Ch. 7. 2 whose number (was) in the days of David
7. 40 the number throughout the genealogy of
n. ii this (is) the number of the mighty meu
12. 23 these (are) the numbers of the bands, .rea.
21. 2 bring the number of them to me that I
21. 5 Joab gave the sum of the number of the
22. 16 Of the gold, .and the iron, .no number
2 j. 3 their number by their polls, man by man
23. 24 as they were counted by number of names
23. 31 by number, according to the order com.
25. i the number of the workmen according to
25. 7 So the number of them, with their breth.
27. i Now the children of Israel after their n.
27. 23 David took not the number of them from
27. 24 neither was the number put in the acco.
2 Ch. 12. 3 the people (were) without number that o
26. ii according to the number of their account
26. 12 The whole number of the chief of the fa.
29. 32 the number of the burnt offerings, which
33. 7 to the number of thirty thousand, and th.
Ezra i. 9 this (is) the number of them : thirty cha.
2. 2 The number of the men of the people of
3. 4 the daily burnt offerings by number, ac.
8. 34 By number (and) by weight of every one
Neh. 7. 7 the number, .of the men of the people of
Esth. 9. ii On that day the number of those that w.
Job i. 5 burnt offerings.. to the number of them
3. 6 let it not come in to the number of the m.
5. 9 doeth. .marvellous things without numb.
9. 10 doeth great things wonders without nu.
14. 5 the number of his months (are) with thee
15. 20 the number of years is hidden to the op
21. 2i when the number of his months is cut off
25. 3 Is there any number of his armies? and
31. 37 I would declare unto him the number of
36. 26 neither can the number of his years be s.
38. 21 because., the number of thy days (is)gr.
Psa. 105. 12 When they were, .a few men in number
105. 34 and caterpillars, and that without number
147. 4 He telleth the number of the stars ; he
Song 6. 8 There are . queens . . virgins without num.
Isa. 21.17 the residue of the number of archers, the
40. 26 that bringeth out their host by number
Jcr. 2. 28 the number of thy cities are thy gods, O J
2. 32 people have forgotten me days without n
11.13 the number of thy cities were thy gods, O
ii. 13 the number of the streets of Jerusalem
44.28 Yet a small number that escape the sword
Eze. 4. 4, 9 to the number of the days that thou s.
4. 5 according to the number of the days, th.
5. 3 Thou shalt also take thereof a few in nu.
Dan. 9. 2 I. Daniel understood by books the num.
Hos. i. 10 Yet the number of the children of Israel
Joel i. 6 Foranation. .strong.aud without number
6.Number, inspection, tfjED mipkqad.
2 Sa. 24. 9 Joab gave up the sum of the number of
1 Ch.2i. 5 Joab gave the sum of the number of the
7 .Number, --nap sephorah.
Psa. 71. 15 all the day; for I know not the numbers
S, Number, apiBnos arithmos.
Luke22. 3 Judas, .being of the number of the twelve
John 6. 10 sat down, in number about five thousand
Acts 4. 4 the number of the men was about live th.
5. 36 to whom a number of men, about four h.
6. 7 the number of the disciples multiplied in
n. 21 a great number believed, and turned unto
16. 5 the churches, .increased in number daily
Rom. 9. 27 Though the number of the children of Is.
Rev. 5. ii [the number of them was ten thousand]
7. 4 I heard the number of them which were
9. 16 the number of the army. .1 heard the nu
13. 17 of the beast, or the number of his name
13. 18 Lethim. .countthe number. .forit is then.
13. 18 his number (is) Six hundred threescore
15. 2 victory, .over the number of his name
20. 8 the number of whom, .as the sand of the
NUMBER (of people)
Crowd, ux^os nchlos.
Markio. 46 his disciples and a great number of peo.
Acts 1.15 the number of names together were
NUMBER, to make of the
To judge in, reckon among, eyKpivca e^krino.
2 Co. 10. 12 we dare not make ourselves of tho num.
NUMBER, to
1.7*0 number, count, appoint, njn manah.
Gen. 13. 16 so that if a man can number the dust of
2 Sa. 24. i moved David, .to say, Go, number Israel
i Ki.2o. 25 number thee an army like the army that
i Ch.2i. i Satan, .provoked David to number Israel
27. 24 Joab the son of Zeruiah began to number
Psa. 90. 12 So teach (us) to number our days, that
Jsa. 65. 12 Therefore wU) I number you to the sword
2. To number, count, appoint, KJD mena.
Dan. 5. 26 God hath numbered thy kingdom, and ft.
3. To write, cypher, number, 199 saphar.
Gen. 15. 5 tell the stars, if thou be able to number
Lev. 15. 13 he shall number to himself seven days for
15. 28 then she shall number to herself seven d.
23. 16 Even unto the morrow, .shall ye number
25. 8 thou shalt number seven sabbaths of years
Deutib. 9 Seven weeks shalt thou number untothee
16. 9 begin to number the seven weeks from
2 Sa. 24. 10 heart smote him after that he had numb.
1 Ch.2i. 2 number Israel from Beer-sheba even to 1).
2 Ch. 2. 17 Solomon numbered all the strangers that
2. 17 wherewith David his father had numbered
Ezra i. 8 numbered them unto Sheshbazzar, the p.
Job 14. 16 For now thou numberest my steps : dost
39. 2 Canst thou number the months, .they fu.
Isa. 22. 10 ye have numbered the houses of Jerusal.
4. To number, recount, 199 saphar, 3.
Job 38. 37 Who can number the clouds in wisdom?
5. To inspect, ij39 paqad.
Exod 30. 12 when thou numberest. .when (thou) nu.
Num. i. 3 thou and Aaron shall number them by
1. 19 so he numbered them in the wilderness
i. 44 which Moses and Aaron numbered, and
3. 15 Number the children of Levi after the ho
3. 15 from a month, .and upward shalt thou n.
3. 16 Moses numbered them, according to the
3. 39 which Moses and Aaron numbered at the
3. 40 Number all the first born of the males
3. 42 Moses numbered, as the LORD commanded
4 23 From thirty years old. .shalt thou number
4. 29 thou shalt number them after, theirrami.
4. 30 shalt thou number them, every one that
4. 34 Moses and Aaron, .numbered the sous of
4. 37, 41, 45 whom Moses and Aaron did num.
4. 46 whom, .the chief of Israel numbered
26. 63 who numbered the children of Israel in
26. 64 numbered, when they numbered the ch.
Josh. 8. TO Joshua roseup. .and numbered the people
1 Sa. ii. 8 when he numbered them in Bezek, the c.
13. 15 Saul numbered the people, .present with
14. 17 .Number now, and see who is gone from
14. 17 And when they had numbered, behold, J.
15. 4 Saul . .numbered them in Telaim, two h.
2 Sa. 18. i David numbered the people that (were)
24. 2 number ye the people, that I may know
24. 4 went out. .to number the people of Israel
1 Ki. 20. 15 Then he numbered the young men of the
20. 15 after them he numbered all the people
20. 26 Ben-hadad numbered the Syrians, and w.
2 Ki. 3. 6 Jehoram went out. .and numbered all I.
2 Ch.25- 5 he numbered them from twenty years old
6.7*0 number, dpi0/u* co arithmeo.
Rev. 7. 9 great multitude, which no man could nu.
7. To reckon, Xoyi^opai logizomai.
Markis 28 [he was numbered with the transgressors]
NUMBER, to take into the
To be laid or put down, Kara\tyofj.ai katalegomai.
i Ti. 5. 9 Let not a widow betaken into the number
NUMBER after or throughout the genealogy, to
To reckon self by genealogy, trrr yachas, 7.
i Ch. 7. 9 the number of them, after their genealogy
7. 40 the number throughout the genealogy of
NUMBER, certain
Number, reckoning,
"
1 ?CP mispar.
Deut25. 2 according to his fault, by a certain number
NUMBER, odd
To be over and above, superfluous, TO adaph.
Num. 3. 48 wherewith the odd number of them is to
NUMBERED
Number, reckoning, 19*0 mispar.
i Ch.23. 27 the Levites (were) numbered from twenty
NUMBERED, to be
1 . To number, njo manah,
. i Ch.2i. 17 (that) commanded the people to be num. ?
2.2*0 be numbered, nja manah, 2.
Gen. 13. 16 (then) shall thy seed also be numbered
1 Ki. 3. 8 that cannot be numbered nor counted for
8. s that could not be told nor numbered for
2 Ch. 5. 6 which could not betold nor numbered for
Eccl. i. 15 that which is wantingcannot be numbered
Isa. 53. 12 and he was numbered with the transgres.
3. To be ivritten, cyphered, numbered, 199 saphar, 2.
Gen. 16. 10 that it shall not be numbered for multit.
32. 12 which cannot be numbered for multitude
i Ch 23. 3 the Levites were numbered from the age
Jer. 33. 22 As the host of heaven cannot be numbered
Hos. i. 10 which cannot be measured nor numbered
4. To number, recount, 199 saphar, 3.
Psa. 40. s works.. they are more than can benumb.
5. To inspect, ij39 paqad. (pass, partic.).
Exod3o. 13, 14 that passeth among them that are nu.
38. 25 the silver of them that were numbered of
38. 26 for every one that went to be numbered
Num. i. 21 Those that were numbered of them
So in v. 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43.
i. 44 These (are) those that were numbered, w.
i. 45 So were all those that were numbered of
1. 46 Even all they that were numbered, were
2. 4 his host, and those that were numbered
So iu v. 6, 8, ii, 13, 15, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30.
Num. 2. 9, 16 All that were numbered in the camp
2. 24 All that were numbered of the tamp of E.
2. 31 All they that were numbered iu tuc camp
2. 32 These (are)those which were numbered of
2. 32 all those that were numbered of the camps
3. 22, 22, 34, 43 Those that were numbered of
3. 39 All that were numbered of the Levites
4- 361 38, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48 those that were n.
4. 37, 41 they that were numbered of the farni.
7. 2 and were over them that were numbered
14. 29 all that were numbered of you, according
26. 7 they that were numbered of them were fo.
26. 18 according to those that were numbered of
So in v 22, s, 27, 37, 43, 47.
26. 34, 62 and those that were numbered of them
26. 41, 50 and they that were numbered of them
26. 51 These.. the numbered of the children of
26. 54 according to those that were numbered of
26. 57, 63 And these . . they that were numbered
6a.He inspected, counted, "ips paqad ; Num. 4.49.
6. To inspect self, charge self, ip9 paqad, 7.
Judg2o. 15 the children of Benjamin were numbered
20. 15 which were numbered seven hundred ch.
20. 17 were numbered four hundred thousand
21. 9 For the people were numbered, and, Oeh.
7. To inspect or charge self, ij33 paqad, la.
Num. i. 47 the Levites. .were not numbered among
2. 33 But the Levites were not numbered amo.
26. 62 they were not numbered among the chil.
1 Ki.2o. 27 the children of Israel were numbered, and
8. To number, api6v.f<a arithmeo.
Matt 10. 30 the very hairs of your head are all numb.
Luke 12. 7 the very hairs of your head are all numb.
NUMBERED with, to be
l.Tb be numbered dovni, Karapi6fj.fo/j.a.i katarithrn.
Acts i. 17 he was numbered with us, and had obta.
2. To be voted down loith, ffvyKara^ri<pi^o/jiai suijk.
Acts i. 26 and he was numbered with the eleven a.
NUMBERING
1. To write, cypher, number, 199 saphar.
Gen. 41. 49 gathered corn, .until he left numbering
^.Numbering, i?9 sephar.
2 Ch. 2. 17 after the numbering wherewith David his

NUMBERS
Inspection, charge, number, rnjjs pequddah.
2 Ch.i7. 14 these (are) the numbers of them accord.

NUN, jU continuation.
An Ephraimite, father of Joshua, the servant of Moses,
and leader of Israel over Jordan, born B.C. 1536, died
B.C. 1426, aged no years.
Exod33. ii the son of, N. a young man, departed not
Numn. 28 the son of N.,the servant of Moses, (one)
13. 8 the tribe of Ephraim, Osheathe son of N.
13. 16 Moses called Osheathe son of N., Jehosh.
14. 6, 38 son of N., and Caleb the son of Jephu.
14. 30 son of Jephunneh. .Joshua the son of N.
26. 65 son of Jephunneh. .Joshua the son of N.
27. 18 the son of N., a man in whom (is) the sp.
32. 12 son of Jephunneh. .Joshua the son of N.
32. 28 the son of N., and the chief fathers of
34. 17 Eleazar the priest, and Joshua., son of N.
Deut. i. 38 the son of N., which standeth before thee
31. 23 he gave Joshua the son of N. a charge, and
32. 44 and spake, .he and Hoshea the son of N.
34. 9 son of N. was full of the spirit of wisdom
Josh. i. i the LoRDspake unto Joshua the son of N.
2. i the son of N. sent out of Shittim two men
2. 23 came to Joshua the son of N., and told
6. 6 the son of N. called the priests, and said
14. i the son of N.,and the headsof the fathers
17! 4 before Joshua the son of N., and before the
19. 49 an inheritance to Joshua the son of N.
19. 51 the son of N., and the heads of the fathers
21. i unto Joshua the son of N., and unto the
24. 29 the son of N., the servant of the LORD d.
Judg 2 8 the son of N., the servant of the LORD d.
1 Ki 16. 34 which he spake by Joshua the son of S.
Neh. 8. 17 since the days of Jeshua the son of N. lu

NURSE, (nursing mother or father)
1.7*0 nurse, be faithful, be a support, for aman.
Numn. 12 as a nursing father beareth the sucking
Ruth 4. 16 laid it in her bosom, and became nurse
2 Sa. 4. 4 his nurse took him up, and fled : and it
Isa. 49. 23 kings shall be thy nursing fathers, and
2.7*0 suckle, give suck, p;; yanaq, 5.
Gen. 24. 59 they sent away Rebekah. .and her nurse
35 . 8 Deborah, Rebekah s nurse, died, and she
Exod. 2. 7 Shall I go and call to thee a nurse of the
2 Ki. 1 1. 2 they hid him . . him and his nurse, in the
2 Ch.22. ii put him and his nurse in a bed chamber
Isa. 49. 23 and their queens thy nursing mothers
3.A nurse, nourisher, rpo<f>6s trophos.
i Th. 2. 7 even as a nurse cherisheth her children

NURSE, be nursed, to
1.7*0 be nursed, supported, JDN aman, 2.
Isa. 60. 4 thy daughters shall be nursed at (thy) siJo
2. To suckle, give suck, pj; yanaq, 5.
Exod. 2. 7 that she may nurse the child for thee ?
2. 9 Take this child away, and nurse it for ma

NOW 704 NUMBER
Job. 19. 6 Know now that God hath overthrown rne
19. 23 Oh that my words were now written ! Oh
24. 25 And if. .not (so) now, who will make me
Prov. 6. 3 Do this now, my son, and deliver thyself
Isa. 22. i What aileth thee now, that thou art wh.
4. Here, hither, then, njrr henuh.
Numi4. 19 hast forgiven this people, .even until now
5. This, ni zeh.
2 Ki. i*. 5 said unto them, Why are ye now turned
6. To day, Di n hay-yom.
Deut3i. 21 even now, before I have brought them into
i Sa. 9. 9 for (he that is) now (called) a prophet was
Neh. i. 6 I pray before thee now, day and night
Jer. 34. 15 ye were now turned, and had done right
7. Already, now, 155 kebar.
Eccl. 3. 15 That which hath been is now ; and that
9. 6 their hatred, and their envy, is now per.
9. 7 Go thy way. .God nowacceptetli thy works
8. Because, ? ki.
Josh. 5. 5 Now all the people that came out were
9. Now, i#3 kean,
Ezra 4. 13 Be it known now unto the king, that if
4. 14 Now because we have maintenance from
4. 21 Give ye now commandment to cause these
5. 16 since that time even until now hath it
6. 6 Now. .Tatuai, governor beyond the river
Dau. 2. 23 hast made known unto me now what wo
3. 15 Now if ye be ready that at what time ye
4. 37 Now I Nebuchadnezzar praise and extol
5. i2 now let, Daniel be called, and he will show
5. 15 now the wise (men), the astrologers, have
5. 16 now if thou canst read the writing, and
6. 8 Now, O king, establish the decree, and si.
10. Pray, please now, NJ net.
Gen. 12. ii Behold uow, I know that thou(art)a fair
11.Now, njjiy attah.
Gen. 22. 12 now I know that thou fearest God, seeing
26. 22 now the LOUD hath made room for us, and
26. 29 thou (art) now the blessed of the LORD
l 2.A step, time, cy? paam.
Gen. 2. 23 This (is) now bone of my bones, and flesh
29. 35 and she said, Now will I praise the LORD
30. 20 now will my husband dwell with me, bee.
46. 30 Now let me die, since I have seen thy face
Prov. 7. 12 Now (is she) without, now in the streets
IZ.Now, at present, &pn arti.
Matt. 3. 15 Jesus answering . .unto him, Suffer, .now
n. 12 from the days of J. the Baptist until now
26. 53 Thinkest thou that I cannot uow pray to
John 2. 10 thou hast kept the good wine until uow
9. 19 born blind ? how then doth he now see ?
9. 25 I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I
13. 7 What I do thou knowest not now ; but
13. 19 Now I tell you before it come, that, when
13. 33 as I said unto the Jews, .so now I say to
13. 37 Why cannot I follow thee now ? I will
16. 12 things to say. .ye cannot bear them now
16. 31 Jesus answered them, Do ye now believe?
i Co. 13. 12 For now we see through a glass, darkly
13. 12 now I knowinpart; but then shall Iknow
16. 7 For I will not see you uow by the way; but
Gal. i. 9 As we said before, so say I now again, If
i. 10 For do I now persuade men, or God? or
4. 20 I desire to be present with you now, and
1 Th. 3. 6 But now when Timotheus came from you
2 Tti. 2. 7 only he who now letteth(will let), until he
i Pe. i. 6 though now for a season, if need be, ye are
i. 8 in whom, though now ye see (him) not, yet
i Jo. 2. 9 He that.. hateth.-isindarkness..until now
Rev. 12. 10 Now is come salvation, and strength, and
14. Hut, now, and, further 8 de.
Matt i. 22 Now all this was done that it might be
[See alsu John 5. 25; 6. 10; 19. 23; Acts 27. 9; Rom. 15.
8 ; i Cor. 10. n ; 15. 50; Gal. i. 20; 4. i, <tc.]
15. Truli/, certainly, therefore, Sri de.
Luke 2. 15 Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and
16. Still, yet, hitherto, fn eti.
Johii2i. 6 now they were not able to draw it for the
Rom 14. 15 if thy brother be grieved, .now walkest
17. Now, already, tftir) ede.
Matt. 3. 10 now also the ax is laid unto the root of
14. 15 This is a desert place, and the time is now
14. 24 the ship was now in the midst of the sea
15. 32 because they continue with me now three
Mark 4. 37 beat into the ship, so that it was now full
6. 35 And when the day was now far spent, his
6. 35 This is a desert place, and now the time
8. 2 because they have now been with me three
ii. ii now the eventide was come, he went out
15. 42 now when the even was come, because it
Luke 3. 9 now also the ax is laid unto the root of
7. 6 when he was now not far from the house
u. 7 Trimble me not : the door is now shut, and
14. 17 tosay. .Come; forall things are now ready
21. 30 When they now shoot forth, ye see and
21. 30 and know., that summer is nownighat h.
John 4. 51 as he was now going down, his servants
5. 6 knew that he had been now a long time
6. 17 it was now dark, and Jesus was not come
7. 14 Now about the midst of the feast, Jesus
13. 2 the devil having now put into the heart of
15. 3 Now ye are clean through the word which
19. 28 Jesus knowing that all things were now
21. 4 when the morning was now come, Jesus
21. 14 This is now the third time that Jesus show.
Acts 4. 3 and put .. in hold .. for it wasnoweventide
27. y when sailing was now dangerous, because
Rom. i. 10 if by any means now at length I might h.
4. 19 he considered not his own body [now] d.
13. ii now (it is) high time to awake out of sleep
i Co. 4. 8 Now ye are fall, now ye are rich, ye have
6. 7 Now therefore there is utterly a fault am.
Phil. 4. 10 that now at the lastyour care of me hath
a Ti. 4. 6 I amnow ready to beott ered, and the time
3 Pe. 3. i This second epistle, beloved, I now write
i Jo. 2. 8 darkness is past, and the true light now s.
18. As to the rest, henceforth, TO \otir61> to loipon.
Matt 26. 45 Sleep on now, and take, .rest, behold, the
Mark 14. 41 Sleep on uow, and take, .rest : it is enough
19. Now, vvv nun.
Matt 26. 65 behold, now ye have heard his blasphemy
27. 42 let him now come down from the cross, anil
27. 43 let him deliver him now, if he will have
Markio. 30 he shall receive an hundred fold now in
15. 32 Let Christ the king of Israel descend now
Luke 2. 29 now lettest thou thy servant depart in p.
6. 21 Blessed (are ye) that hunger now : for ye
6. 21 Blessed (are ye) that weep now : for ye sh.
6. 25 Woe unto you that laugh now ! for ye sh.
u. 39 Now do ye Tharisees make clean the out.
16. 25 now he is comforted, and thou art torrn.
19. 42 If thou hadst knowu. .but now they are
22. 36 But now, he that hath a purse, let him t.
John 2. 8 Draw out now, and bear unto the governor
4. 18 he whom thou now hast is not thy husband
4. 23 the hour cometh, and now is, when the
5. 25 The hour is coining, and now is, when the
8. 40 But now ye seek to kill me, a man that
8. 52 said. . Now we know that thou hast a dei
9. 21 by whatmeanshenowseeth, we know not
9. 41 now ye say, We see ; therefore your sin re.
11. 22 But I know, that even now, whatsoever
12. 27 Now is my soul troubled ; and what shall
12. 31 Now is the judgment of this world : now
13. 31 Now is the Son of man glorified, and God
13. 36 Whither I go, thou canst not follow me
14. 29 now I have told you before it come to p.
15. 22 but now they have no cloak for their sin
15. 24 now have they both seen and hated both
16. 5 But now I go my way to him that sent me
16. 22 ye now therefore have sorrow; but I will
16. 29 now speakest thou plainly, and speakest
16. 30 Now are we sure that thou knowest all
16. 32 Behold, the hour cometh, yea, is [now] c.
17. 5 now, O Father, glorifiy thou me with th.
17. 7 Now they have known that all things w.
17. 13 now come I to thee ; and these things I
18. 36 but now is my kingdom not from hence
21. 10 Bring of the fish which ye have now cau.
Acts 2. 33 he hath shed forth this, which ye [now]
3. 17 now, brethren, I wot that through igno.
7. 4 removed him into this land, wherein yen.
7. 34 And now come, I will send thee into E.
7. 52 of whom ye have been now the betrayers
10. 5 And now send men to Joppa, and call for
10. 33 Now therefore are we all here present b.
12. ii Now I know of a surety, that the Lord
13-11 now, behold, the hand of the Lord (is) u.
15. 10 Now therefore why tempt ye God, to put
16. 36 sent, .now therefore depart, and go in p.
16. 37 now do they thrust us out privily? nay
20. 22 now, behold, I go bound in the spirit unto
20. 25 now, behold, I know that ye all, among
22. i fathers, hearye my defence..nowuntoyou
22. 16 now why tarriest thou? arise, and be bab.
23. 15 Now therefore ye with the council signi.
23. 21 now are they ready, lookingfor a promise
24. 13 can they prove the things whereof they [n.]
26. 6 now I stand and am judged for the hope
26. 17 the Gentiles, unto whom [now] I send thee
Rom. 3.21 But now the righteousness of God without
5. 9 being now justified by his blood, we shall
5. ii by whom we have now received the aton.
6. 19 now yield your members servants to right.
6. 21 those things whereof ye are now ashamed?
8. i therefore now no condemnation to them
8. 22 and travaileth in pain together until now
11. 30 have now obtained mercy through their
11. 31 Even so hav these also now not believed
13. ii now (is) our salvation nearer than when we
16 26 But now is made manifest, and by the Sc.
i Co. 3. a ye were not able, .neither yet now are ye
7-14 else were your children unclean ; but now
12. 20 But now. .many members, yet but oneb.
a Co. 5. 16 yet now henceforth know we (him) no m.
6. 2 now (is) the accepted time, .now(is) thed.
7. 9 Now I rejoice, not that ye were made so.
13. e being absent now I write to them which
Gal. i. 23 now preacheth the faith which once he d.
2. 20 the life which I now live in the flesh I 1.
3. 3 having begun in the Spirit, are ye now
4. 9 But now, after that ye have known God
4. 25 answereth to Jerusalem which now is, and
4. 29 as then he . . persecuted him . . so . . now
Eph. 2. 2 the spirit that now worketh in the child.
3. 5 as it is now revealed unto his holy apost.
3. 10 To the intent that now, unto the princi.
5. 8 For ye were sometimes darkness, but now
Phil. i. 5 in the gospel from the first day until now
i. 20 now also Christ shall be magnified in my
1. 30 ye saw in me, (and) now hear (to be) in
2. 12 but now much more in my absence, work
3. 18 I have told you often,and now tell you even
Col. i. 24 Who now rejoice in my sufferings for you
1 Th. 3. 8 now we live, if ye stand fast in the Lord
2 Th. 2. 6 now ye know what withholdeth. that he
i Ti. 4- 8 having promise of the life that now is, and
a Ti. i. 10 But is now made manifest by the appear.
Heb. 2. 3 But now we see not yet all things put un.
9. 5 of which we cannot now speak particula.
9. 24 now to appear in the presence of God for
9. 26 but [now] once, in the end of the world
12. 26 but now he hath promised, saying, Yet
Jas. 4. 13 Go to now, ye that say, To day, or to mo.
4. 1 6 But now ye rejoice in your boastings : all
5. i Go to now. .rich men, weep and howl for
i Pe. 1. 12 they did minister the things which are now
2. 10 (are) now the people of God . . but now h.
2. 25 but are now returned unto the shepherd
3. 21 whereunto. .baptism doth also now save
a Pe. 3. 7 the heavens and the earth which are now
3. 18 To him (be) glory both now and for ever
1 Jo. 2. 1 8 even now are there many antichrists, wh.
2. 28 And now, little children, abide in him
3. 2 Beloved, now are we tin-sons of God ; and
4. 3 and even now already is it in the world
2 John 5 And now I beseech thee, lady, not as th.
Jude 2s(be)glory and majesty., both now and ever
20. The now, the present things, TO. vlv ta nun.
Acts 4. 29 And now, Lord, behold their threatenings
5. 38 And now I say unto you, Refrain from th.
20. 32 And now, bretlireu, I commend you toG.
27. 22 And now I exhort you to be of good che.
21. Now, at this moment, vwinuni.
Rom. 6. 22 But now being made free from sin, and
7. 6 But now we are delivered from the law
7. 17 Now then it is no more I that do it, but
15. 23 But now having no more place in these
15. 25 But now I go unto Jerusalem to minister
1 Co. 5. ii But now I have written unto you not to
12. 1 3 But now hath God set the members every
13. 13 And nowabideth faith, hope, charity, th.
14. o Now, brethren, if I come unto you spea.
15. 20 But now is Christ risen from the dead
2 Co. 8. ii Now therefore perform the doing, .that
8. 22 but now much more diligent, upon the
Eph. 2. 13 But now in Christ Jesus ye who someti.
Col. i. 21 you, that were, .alienated, .now hath he
i. 26 the mystery which. .now is made manifest
3. 8 But now ye also put off all these ; anger
Phm. 9 and now also a prisoner of Jesus Christ
ii but now profitable to thee and to me
Heb. 8. 6 But now hath he obtained a more excell.
ii. 16 But [now] they desire a better., that is, an
22. Therefore, then, now, ovv oun.
Marki2. 20 [Now] there were seven brethren : and the
Lukeio. 36 Which [now] of these three, tbinkest thou
Johui6. 19 [Now] Jesus knew that they were desirous
19. 29 [Now] there was set a vessel full of vine.
21. 7 Now when Simon Peter heard that it was
Acts i. 18 Now this man purchased a field with the
ii. 19 Now they which were scattered abroad
25. i Now when Festus was come, i Co. 9. 25.
23.And, Kai kai, I Co. 4. 7. NOW already
Even now or already, Kai f/Srj kai ede.
Acts 27. 9 because the fast was now already past, P.
NOW... not, or no more
Not any more, no more, ovKt-ri ouketi.
John 4. 42 Now we believe, not because of thy say.
17. ii And now I am no more in the world, but
21. 6 now they were not able to draw it for the
Rom 14. 15 be grieved, .now walkest thou not charit.
Phm. 16 Not now as a servant, but above a servant
NOW then, or henceforth
Therefore, then, now, o?>v oun.
2 Co. 5. 20 Now then we are ambassadors 2 Co. 5. 16.
NOW, seeing that which
Already, now, n^? kebar.
Eccl. 2. 16 seeing that which now (is), in the days to
NtTMBER
1. Search, searching, njjn cheqer.
Job 34. 24 break in pieces mighty men without num.
2.Number, amount, fif?.? miksah.
Exodi2. 4 take..accordingtothenumberof thesouls
A.Meni, goddess offate, ? meni.
Isa. 65. ii furnish the drink offering unto that num.
4. Number, ] ,]D minyan.
Ezra 6. 17 according to the number of the tribes of
5.Number, narration, reckoning, ~i$9? inispar.
Gen. 34. 30 few in number, they shall gather thems.
41. 49 he left numbering ; for(it was) without n.
Exodi6. 16 an omer for every man . .the number of y.
23. 26 barren., the numberof thy daysl willful
Lev. 25. 15, 15 According to the number of years
25. 16 to the number, .of the fruits doth he sell
25. 50 shall be according unto the number of y.
Num. i. 2 with the number of. .names, every male
i. 18 according to the number of the names
So in T. 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42.
3. 22, 34 according to the number of all the m.
3. 28 In the numberof all the males, from am.
3. 40 LORD said . . take the number of their na.
3. 43 all the first born males by the number of
14. 29 according to your whole number, from t.
14. 34 After the number of the days in which ye
15.12 According to the number that ye shall pr.
15. 12 do to everyone according to their number
23. 10 and the number of the fourth . of Israel
26. 53 divided, .according to the number of na.
NUMBER 705 NURSE
Nuni29. i3, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 37 according to their n.
31. 36 the half . .was in number three hundred
Deut. 4. 27 ye shall be left few in number among the
32. 8 according to the number of the children
Josh 4. 5, 8 according unto the number of the tribes
Judg. 6. 5 they and their camels were without num.
7. 6 the number of them that lapped, (putting)
7. 12 their camels (wure) without number, as
21. 23 and took, .wives, according to their num.
1 Sa. 6. 4 the number of the lords of the Philistines
6. 18 the number of all the cities of the Philis.
2 Sa. 2. 15 Then there arose and went over by numb.
21. jo every foot six toes, four and twenty in n.
24. 2 that I may know the number of the peo.
i Ki. 18. 31 according to the number of the tribes of
1 Ch. 7. 2 whose number (was) in the days of David
7. 40 the number throughout the genealogy of
n. ii this (is) the number of the mighty meu
12. 23 these (are) the numbers of the bands, .rea.
21. 2 bring the number of them to me that I
21. 5 Joab gave the sum of the number of the
22. 16 Of the gold, .and the iron, .no number
2 j. 3 their number by their polls, man by man
23. 24 as they were counted by number of names
23. 31 by number, according to the order com.
25. i the number of the workmen according to
25. 7 So the number of them, with their breth.
27. i Now the children of Israel after their n.
27. 23 David took not the number of them from
27. 24 neither was the number put in the acco.
2 Ch. 12. 3 the people (were) without number that o
26. ii according to the number of their account
26. 12 The whole number of the chief of the fa.
29. 32 the number of the burnt offerings, which
33. 7 to the number of thirty thousand, and th.
Ezra i. 9 this (is) the number of them : thirty cha.
2. 2 The number of the men of the people of
3. 4 the daily burnt offerings by number, ac.
8. 34 By number (and) by weight of every one
Neh. 7. 7 the number, .of the men of the people of
Esth. 9. ii On that day the number of those that w.
Job i. 5 burnt offerings.. to the number of them
3. 6 let it not come in to the number of the m.
5. 9 doeth. .marvellous things without numb.
9. 10 doeth great things wonders without nu.
14. 5 the number of his months (are) with thee
15. 20 the number of years is hidden to the op
21. 2i when the number of his months is cut off
25. 3 Is there any number of his armies? and
31. 37 I would declare unto him the number of
36. 26 neither can the number of his years be s.
38. 21 because., the number of thy days (is)gr.
Psa. 105. 12 When they were, .a few men in number
105. 34 and caterpillars, and that without number
147. 4 He telleth the number of the stars ; he
Song 6. 8 There are . queens . . virgins without num.
Isa. 21.17 the residue of the number of archers, the
40. 26 that bringeth out their host by number
Jcr. 2. 28 the number of thy cities are thy gods, O J
2. 32 people have forgotten me days without n
11.13 the number of thy cities were thy gods, O
ii. 13 the number of the streets of Jerusalem
44.28 Yet a small number that escape the sword
Eze. 4. 4, 9 to the number of the days that thou s.
4. 5 according to the number of the days, th.
5. 3 Thou shalt also take thereof a few in nu.
Dan. 9. 2 I. Daniel understood by books the num.
Hos. i. 10 Yet the number of the children of Israel
Joel i. 6 Foranation. .strong.aud without number
6.Number, inspection, tfjED mipkqad.
2 Sa. 24. 9 Joab gave up the sum of the number of
1 Ch.2i. 5 Joab gave the sum of the number of the
7 .Number, --nap sephorah.
Psa. 71. 15 all the day; for I know not the numbers
S, Number, apiBnos arithmos.
Luke22. 3 Judas, .being of the number of the twelve
John 6. 10 sat down, in number about five thousand
Acts 4. 4 the number of the men was about live th.
5. 36 to whom a number of men, about four h.
6. 7 the number of the disciples multiplied in
n. 21 a great number believed, and turned unto
16. 5 the churches, .increased in number daily
Rom. 9. 27 Though the number of the children of Is.
Rev. 5. ii [the number of them was ten thousand]
7. 4 I heard the number of them which were
9. 16 the number of the army. .1 heard the nu
13. 17 of the beast, or the number of his name
13. 18 Lethim. .countthe number. .forit is then.
13. 18 his number (is) Six hundred threescore
15. 2 victory, .over the number of his name
20. 8 the number of whom, .as the sand of the
NUMBER (of people)
Crowd, ux^os nchlos.
Markio. 46 his disciples and a great number of peo.
Acts 1.15 the number of names together were
NUMBER, to make of the
To judge in, reckon among, eyKpivca e^krino.
2 Co. 10. 12 we dare not make ourselves of tho num.
NUMBER, to
1.7*0 number, count, appoint, njn manah.
Gen. 13. 16 so that if a man can number the dust of
2 Sa. 24. i moved David, .to say, Go, number Israel
i Ki.2o. 25 number thee an army like the army that
i Ch.2i. i Satan, .provoked David to number Israel
27. 24 Joab the son of Zeruiah began to number
Psa. 90. 12 So teach (us) to number our days, that
Jsa. 65. 12 Therefore wU) I number you to the sword
2. To number, count, appoint, KJD mena.
Dan. 5. 26 God hath numbered thy kingdom, and ft.
3. To write, cypher, number, 199 saphar.
Gen. 15. 5 tell the stars, if thou be able to number
Lev. 15. 13 he shall number to himself seven days for
15. 28 then she shall number to herself seven d.
23. 16 Even unto the morrow, .shall ye number
25. 8 thou shalt number seven sabbaths of years
Deutib. 9 Seven weeks shalt thou number untothee
16. 9 begin to number the seven weeks from
2 Sa. 24. 10 heart smote him after that he had numb.
1 Ch.2i. 2 number Israel from Beer-sheba even to 1).
2 Ch. 2. 17 Solomon numbered all the strangers that
2. 17 wherewith David his father had numbered
Ezra i. 8 numbered them unto Sheshbazzar, the p.
Job 14. 16 For now thou numberest my steps : dost
39. 2 Canst thou number the months, .they fu.
Isa. 22. 10 ye have numbered the houses of Jerusal.
4. To number, recount, 199 saphar, 3.
Job 38. 37 Who can number the clouds in wisdom?
5. To inspect, ij39 paqad.
Exod 30. 12 when thou numberest. .when (thou) nu.
Num. i. 3 thou and Aaron shall number them by
1. 19 so he numbered them in the wilderness
i. 44 which Moses and Aaron numbered, and
3. 15 Number the children of Levi after the ho
3. 15 from a month, .and upward shalt thou n.
3. 16 Moses numbered them, according to the
3. 39 which Moses and Aaron numbered at the
3. 40 Number all the first born of the males
3. 42 Moses numbered, as the LORD commanded
4 23 From thirty years old. .shalt thou number
4. 29 thou shalt number them after, theirrami.
4. 30 shalt thou number them, every one that
4. 34 Moses and Aaron, .numbered the sous of
4. 37, 41, 45 whom Moses and Aaron did num.
4. 46 whom, .the chief of Israel numbered
26. 63 who numbered the children of Israel in
26. 64 numbered, when they numbered the ch.
Josh. 8. TO Joshua roseup. .and numbered the people
1 Sa. ii. 8 when he numbered them in Bezek, the c.
13. 15 Saul numbered the people, .present with
14. 17 .Number now, and see who is gone from
14. 17 And when they had numbered, behold, J.
15. 4 Saul . .numbered them in Telaim, two h.
2 Sa. 18. i David numbered the people that (were)
24. 2 number ye the people, that I may know
24. 4 went out. .to number the people of Israel
1 Ki. 20. 15 Then he numbered the young men of the
20. 15 after them he numbered all the people
20. 26 Ben-hadad numbered the Syrians, and w.
2 Ki. 3. 6 Jehoram went out. .and numbered all I.
2 Ch.25- 5 he numbered them from twenty years old
6.7*0 number, dpi0/u* co arithmeo.
Rev. 7. 9 great multitude, which no man could nu.
7. To reckon, Xoyi^opai logizomai.
Markis 28 [he was numbered with the transgressors]
NUMBER, to take into the
To be laid or put down, Kara\tyofj.ai katalegomai.
i Ti. 5. 9 Let not a widow betaken into the number
NUMBER after or throughout the genealogy, to
To reckon self by genealogy, trrr yachas, 7.
i Ch. 7. 9 the number of them, after their genealogy
7. 40 the number throughout the genealogy of
NUMBER, certain
Number, reckoning,
"
1 ?CP mispar.
Deut25. 2 according to his fault, by a certain number
NUMBER, odd
To be over and above, superfluous, TO adaph.
Num. 3. 48 wherewith the odd number of them is to
NUMBERED
Number, reckoning, 19*0 mispar.
i Ch.23. 27 the Levites (were) numbered from twenty
NUMBERED, to be
1 . To number, njo manah,
. i Ch.2i. 17 (that) commanded the people to be num. ?
2.2*0 be numbered, nja manah, 2.
Gen. 13. 16 (then) shall thy seed also be numbered
1 Ki. 3. 8 that cannot be numbered nor counted for
8. s that could not be told nor numbered for
2 Ch. 5. 6 which could not betold nor numbered for
Eccl. i. 15 that which is wantingcannot be numbered
Isa. 53. 12 and he was numbered with the transgres.
3. To be ivritten, cyphered, numbered, 199 saphar, 2.
Gen. 16. 10 that it shall not be numbered for multit.
32. 12 which cannot be numbered for multitude
i Ch 23. 3 the Levites were numbered from the age
Jer. 33. 22 As the host of heaven cannot be numbered
Hos. i. 10 which cannot be measured nor numbered
4. To number, recount, 199 saphar, 3.
Psa. 40. s works.. they are more than can benumb.
5. To inspect, ij39 paqad. (pass, partic.).
Exod3o. 13, 14 that passeth among them that are nu.
38. 25 the silver of them that were numbered of
38. 26 for every one that went to be numbered
Num. i. 21 Those that were numbered of them
So in v. 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43.
i. 44 These (are) those that were numbered, w.
i. 45 So were all those that were numbered of
1. 46 Even all they that were numbered, were
2. 4 his host, and those that were numbered
So iu v. 6, 8, ii, 13, 15, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28, 30.
Num. 2. 9, 16 All that were numbered in the camp
2. 24 All that were numbered of the tamp of E.
2. 31 All they that were numbered iu tuc camp
2. 32 These (are)those which were numbered of
2. 32 all those that were numbered of the camps
3. 22, 22, 34, 43 Those that were numbered of
3. 39 All that were numbered of the Levites
4- 361 38, 40, 42, 44, 45, 46, 48 those that were n.
4. 37, 41 they that were numbered of the farni.
7. 2 and were over them that were numbered
14. 29 all that were numbered of you, according
26. 7 they that were numbered of them were fo.
26. 18 according to those that were numbered of
So in v 22, s, 27, 37, 43, 47.
26. 34, 62 and those that were numbered of them
26. 41, 50 and they that were numbered of them
26. 51 These.. the numbered of the children of
26. 54 according to those that were numbered of
26. 57, 63 And these . . they that were numbered
6a.He inspected, counted, "ips paqad ; Num. 4.49.
6. To inspect self, charge self, ip9 paqad, 7.
Judg2o. 15 the children of Benjamin were numbered
20. 15 which were numbered seven hundred ch.
20. 17 were numbered four hundred thousand
21. 9 For the people were numbered, and, Oeh.
7. To inspect or charge self, ij33 paqad, la.
Num. i. 47 the Levites. .were not numbered among
2. 33 But the Levites were not numbered amo.
26. 62 they were not numbered among the chil.
1 Ki.2o. 27 the children of Israel were numbered, and
8. To number, api6v.f<a arithmeo.
Matt 10. 30 the very hairs of your head are all numb.
Luke 12. 7 the very hairs of your head are all numb.
NUMBERED with, to be
l.Tb be numbered dovni, Karapi6fj.fo/j.a.i katarithrn.
Acts i. 17 he was numbered with us, and had obta.
2. To be voted down loith, ffvyKara^ri<pi^o/jiai suijk.
Acts i. 26 and he was numbered with the eleven a.
NUMBERING
1. To write, cypher, number, 199 saphar.
Gen. 41. 49 gathered corn, .until he left numbering
^.Numbering, i?9 sephar.
2 Ch. 2. 17 after the numbering wherewith David his
NUMBERS
Inspection, charge, number, rnjjs pequddah.
2 Ch.i7. 14 these (are) the numbers of them accord.
NUN, jU continuation.
An Ephraimite, father of Joshua, the servant of Moses,
and leader of Israel over Jordan, born B.C. 1536, died
B.C. 1426, aged no years.
Exod33. ii the son of, N. a young man, departed not
Numn. 28 the son of N.,the servant of Moses, (one)
13. 8 the tribe of Ephraim, Osheathe son of N.
13. 16 Moses called Osheathe son of N., Jehosh.
14. 6, 38 son of N., and Caleb the son of Jephu.
14. 30 son of Jephunneh. .Joshua the son of N.
26. 65 son of Jephunneh. .Joshua the son of N.
27. 18 the son of N., a man in whom (is) the sp.
32. 12 son of Jephunneh. .Joshua the son of N.
32. 28 the son of N., and the chief fathers of
34. 17 Eleazar the priest, and Joshua., son of N.
Deut. i. 38 the son of N., which standeth before thee
31. 23 he gave Joshua the son of N. a charge, and
32. 44 and spake, .he and Hoshea the son of N.
34. 9 son of N. was full of the spirit of wisdom
Josh. i. i the LoRDspake unto Joshua the son of N.
2. i the son of N. sent out of Shittim two men
2. 23 came to Joshua the son of N., and told
6. 6 the son of N. called the priests, and said
14. i the son of N.,and the headsof the fathers
17! 4 before Joshua the son of N., and before the
19. 49 an inheritance to Joshua the son of N.
19. 51 the son of N., and the heads of the fathers
21. i unto Joshua the son of N., and unto the
24. 29 the son of N., the servant of the LORD d.
Judg 2 8 the son of N., the servant of the LORD d.
1 Ki 16. 34 which he spake by Joshua the son of S.
Neh. 8. 17 since the days of Jeshua the son of N. lu
NURSE, (nursing mother or father)
1.7*0 nurse, be faithful, be a support, fCK aman.
Numn. 12 as a nursing father beareth the sucking
Ruth 4. 16 laid it in her bosom, and became nurse
2 Sa. 4. 4 his nurse took him up, and fled : and it
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Isa. 49. 23 kings shall be thy nursing fathers, and
2.7*0 suckle, give suck, p;; yanaq, 5.
Gen. 24. 59 they sent away Rebekah. .and her nurse
35 . 8 Deborah, Rebekah s nurse, died, and she
Exod. 2. 7 Shall I go and call to thee a nurse of the
2 Ki. 1 1. 2 they hid him . . him and his nurse, in the
2 Ch.22. ii put him and his nurse in a bed chamber
Isa. 49. 23 and their queens thy nursing mothers
3.A nurse, nourisher, rpo<f>6s trophos.
i Th. 2. 7 even as a nurse cherisheth her children
NURSE, be nursed, to
1.7*0 be nursed, supported, JDN aman, 2.
Isa. 60. 4 thy daughters shall be nursed at (thy) siJo
2. To suckle, give suck, pj; yanaq, 5.
Exod. 2. 7 that she may nurse the child for thee ?
2. 9 Take this child away, and iiurse it for ma
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Kxod. 2. 9 the woman took the child, and nursed it

NURTURE
Nurture, instruction, chastening, iraiSda paideia.
Eph. 6. 4 bring them up iu the nurture and admo.

NUT
I.A nut, nut tree, nag egoz.
Song 6. nl went down into the garden of nuts to
2. Pistacia nuts, Q W? botnim,.
Gen. 43. ii honey,spices,and myrrh, nuts, and almonds

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      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!

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      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!

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      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!

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      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!

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