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OH !
I.I pray thee ! 01 Oh! njx, K|x ana, anah.
Exod32. 31 Oh, thispeoplehavesinuedagreatgin.and
Psa.n6. 16 O LORD, truly I (am) thy servant; I (am)
Dan. 9. 4 O Lord, the great and dreadful God, keep.
2. Of Oh! 3 bi.
Uen. 43. 20 O sir, we came indeed down at the first
44. 1 8 Oh my lord, let thy servant, I pray thee
Exod 4. 10 O my Lord, I (am) not eloquent, neither
4. 13 O my Lord, send, I pray thee, by the hand
Josh. 7. 8 O Lord, what shall I say, when Israel tur.
Judg. 6. 13 O my Lord, if the LORD be with us, why
6. 15 Oh my Lord, wherewith shall I serve Isr.?
13. 8 O my Lord, let the man of God which th.
i Sa. i. 26 Oh my lord, (as) thy soul liveth, my lord
i Ki. 3. 17 O my lord, I and this woman dwell in one
3. 26 O my lord, give her the living child, and
3.//0 / in hoi.
Isa. 10. 5 O Assyrian, the rod of mine anger, and
Jer. 47. 6 O thou sword of the LORD, how long., ere
4.Pray, please now, KJ no.
Gen. 1 8. 30 Oh let not the Lord be angry, and I will
5. Oh ! 2, o.
Mattis. 28 O woman, great (is) thy faith : be it unto
17. 17 O faithless and perverse generation, how
Mark 9. 19 O faithless generation, how long shall I
Luke 9. 41 O faithless and perverse generation ! how
24. 25 O fools, and slow of heart to believe all
Acts i. i The former treatise have I made, O Theo.
13. 10 O full of of all subtility and all mischief
18. 14 O (ye) Jews, reason would that I should
Rom. 2 i Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man
2. 3 thinkest thou this, O man, that judgest
9. 20 Nay but, O man, who art thou that repl.
ii. 33 O the depth of the riches both of the wis.
Gal. 3. i O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched
i Ti. 6. 20 O Timothy, keep that which is committed
Jas. 2. 20 But wilt thou know, O vain man, that fa.
that, oh that
1. Would that, that, ?qK, bn* achalai.
Psa. 119. 5 9 that my ways were directed to keep thy
2. //", DK im.
i Ch. 4. 10 Oh that thou wouldest bless me indeed.and
3.//, that, w1
?, & lu.
Gen. 17. 18 said. .O that Ishmael might live before
Deut32. 29 Oh that they were wise, (that) they under.
Job 6. 2 Oh that my grief were throughly weighed
Psa. 81. 13 Oh that my people had hearkened unto
Isa. 48. 18 O that thou hadst hearkened to my com.
64. i Oh that thou wouldest rend the heavens
4. Who will give 1 JR T? mi yitten.
Deut. 5. 29 O that there were such an heart in them
Job 6. 8 that I might have my request ; 11.5.
13. 5 O that ye would altogether hold your pe.
14. 130 that thou wouldest hide me in the gra.
19. 23 Oh that my words were now written ! oh
23. 3 Oh that I knew where I might find him
29. 2 Oh that I were as (in) months past, as (in)
31. 31 Oh that we had of his flesh! we cannot be
31. 35 Oh that one would hear me ! behold, my
Psa. 14. 7 Oh that the salvation of Israel (were co.)
53. 6 Oh that the salvation of Israel (were co.)
55. 6 I said, Oh that I had wings like a dove !
. Song 8. i Oh that thou.. as my brother, that sucked
Jer. 9. i Oh that my head were waters, and mine
9. 2 Oh that I had in the wilderness a lodging
OAK
I. An oak, terebinth, n^>x
elah.
Gen. 35. 4 Jacob hid them underthe oak which(was)
Judg 6. ii sat under an oak which (was) in Ophrah
6. 19 brought (it) out unto him under the oak
2 Sa.
iKi
i Ch.
8. 9 went underthethickboughsof agreatoak
8. 9 his head caught hold of the oak, and he
8. 10 Behold, I saw Absalom hanged in an oak
8. 14 he (was) yet alive in the midst of the oak
3. 14 went., and found him sitting under an oak
o. 12 buried their bones underthe oak in Jabe.
Isa. i. 30 ye shall be as an oak whose leaf fadeth
Eze. 6. 13 every green tree, .under every thick oak
2. Oat, terebinth, nS< allah.
Josh. 24. 26 and set "it up there under an oak that (was)
Z.An oak, JiVht allon.
Gen. 35. 8 was buried beneath Beth-el under an oak
Isa. 2. 1 3 upon all the cedars . . and upon all the oaks
6. 13 as a teil tree, and as an oak, whose subs.
44. 14 taketh the cypress and the oak, which he
Eze. 27. 6 (Of) the oaks of Bashan have they made
Hos. 4. 13 burn incense upon the hills, under oaks
Amos 2. 9 he (was) strong as the oaks ; yet I destro.
Zech ii. 2 howl, O ye oaks of Bashan ; for the forest
l.Oaks, D V x elim.
Isa. i. 29 they shall be ashamed of the oaks which
OAR
l.An oar, rudder, BieJiJ mashot.
Eze. 27. 29 And all that handle the oar, the mariners
2.An oar, rudder, Bitrp mishshot.
Eze. 27. 6 oaks of Bashan have they made thine oars
3. An oar, rudder, B?F shayit.
Isa. 33. 21 wherein shall go no galley with oars, nei.
OATH
\.Execration, curse, oath, nJ>K
alah.
Gen. 24. 41 Then shalt thou be clear from, .my oath
24. 41 give not. .thou shalt be clear from my oath
26. 28 said, Let there be now an oath betwixt us
Deut 29. 12 and into his oath, which the LORD thy God
29. 14 only do I make this covenant and this oath
1 Ki. 8. 31 and an oath be laid upon him to cause him
8. 31 oath come before thine altar in this house
2 Ch. 6. 22 and an oath be laid upon him to make him
6. 22 oath come before thine altar in this house
Eze. 16. 59 which hast despised the oath in breaking
17. 13 made a covenant, .and hath taken an oath
17. 16 whose oath he despised, and whose cove.
17. 1 8 Seeing he despised the oath by breaking
17. 19 surely mine oath that he hath despised
2.Swearing, nyay shebuah.
Gen. 24. 8 then thou shalt be clear from thismy oath
26. 3 I will perform the oath which I sware
Exod 22. 1 1 (Then) shall an oath of the LORD be bet.
Lev. 5. 4 that a man shall pronounce with an oath
Num. 5. 21 priests shall charge the woman with ano.
5.21 The LORD make thee a curse and an oath
30. 2 or swear an oath to bind his soul with a
30. 10 or bound her soul by a bond with an oath
30. 13 Every vow, and every binding oath to aftl.
Deut. 7. 8 because he would keep the oath which he
Josh. 2. 17 We (will be) blameless of this thine oath
2. 20 then we will be quit of thine oath which
9. 20 because of the oath which we sware unto
Judg2i. 5 For they had made a great oath concern
1 Sa. 14. 26 no man put. .for the perple feared the o.
2 Sa. 21. 7 because of the LORD S oath that (was) be.
i Ki. 2. 43 Why then hast thou not kept the oath of
1 Ch.i6. 16 he made with Abraham, and of his oath
2 Ch.is. 15 all Judah rejoiced at the oath : for they
Neh. 10. 29 entered into a curse, and into an oath
Psa. 105. 9 he made with Abraham, and his oath unto
Eccl. 8. 2 and (that) in regard of the oath of God
9. 2 that sweareth, as (he) that feareth an oath
Jer. ii. 5 That I may perform the oath which I have
Eze. 21. 23 divination, .to them that have sworn oatlis
Dan. 9. ii the oath that (is) written in the law of M.
Hab. 3. 9 to the oaths of the tribes, (even thy) wo.
Zech. 8. 17 and love no false oath : for all these (are
3. Oath, promise, opitos horkos.
Matt. 5. 33 shalt perform unto the Lord thine oaths
14. 7 Whereupon he promised with an oath to
14. 9 for the oath s sake, and them which sat
26. 72 again he denied with an oath, I do not k.
Mark 6. 26 for his oath s sake, and for their sakes w.
Luke i. 73 The oath which he sware to our father A.
Acts 2. 30 knowing that God had sworn with an oath
Heb. 6. 1 6 an oath for confirmation (is) to them an
6. 17 Wherein God. .confirmed (it) by an oath
Jas. 5. 12 by the earth, neither by any other oath
4. The swearing of an oath, opK<u/j.ocria horkOmosia.
Heb. 7. 20 And" inasmuch as not without an oath (he
7. 21 For those priests were made without an o.
7. 21 this with an oath by him that said unto
7. 28 but the word of the oath, which was since
OATH, to bind with an
To anathematize, acadc/uari ^w anathematizS.
Acts 23. 21 which have bound themselves with an o.
OATH, to take or charge by or with an
To cause to swear, yyp shaba, 5.
Gen. 50. 25 Joseph took an oath of the children of I.
Num. 5. 19 And the priest shall charge her by an oath
i Sa. 14. 28 straitly charged the people with an oath
1 Ki.iS. 10 he took an oath of the kingdom and nat.
2 Ki.n. 4 took an oath of them in. .house of the L.
Neh. 5. 12 took an oath of them, that they should
0-BAD-I AH, n;i5y, nnjy servant of Jah,
1. The pious governor of Ahab s house. B.C. 916.
i Ki.i8. 3 Ahab called O., which (was) the governor
18. 3 Now 0. feared the LORD greatly
1 8. 40. took an hundred prophets, and hid th.
18. 5 Ahab said unto O., Go into the land, unto
18. f> and O. went another way by himself
18. 7 as O. was in the way, behold, Elijah met
18. 16 O. went to meet Ahab, and told him: and
2. Head of a family from David. B.C. 500.
i Ch. 3. 21 the sons of O., the sons of Shechaniah
3. A descendant of Tola son of Issachar. B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 7. 3 Michael, and O., and Joel, Ishiah, five : all
4. Son of Azel, a Benjamite of the family of Saul. B.C.
860.
i Ch. 8. 38 and Ishmael, and Sheariah, and O., and
9. 44 and Ishmael, and Sheariah, and O., and II.
5. Son of Shemaiah a Levite, from Netophah near Jeru
salem. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 9. 16 O. the son of Shemaiah, the son of Galal
6. A Gadite who joined David in Ziklag. B.C. 1058.
i Ch.i2. 9 the first, O. the second, Eliab the third
7. Kather of Ishmaiah, prince of Zebulunin the days of
David. B.C. 1040.
1 Ch.27- 19 Of Zebulun ; Ishmaiah the son of O.: of
8. A prince of Judah whom Jehoshaphat sent to teach
in the cities of Judah. B.C. 916.
2 Ch.i7. 7 to O., and to/echariah,and to Nethaneul
9. A Levite, overseer of the repairs of the temple in the
days of Josiah. B.C. 634.
2 01.34. 12 overseers of them (were) Jahath and O.
10. Son of Jehiel, and chief man that returned with Ezra.
B.C. 457.
Ezra 8. 9 O. the son of Jehiel, and with him two
11. A priest that sealed, with Nehemiah, the covenant.
B.C. 445.
Neh. TO. 5 Harim, Meremoth, O.
12. A gate keeper for the sanctuary. B.C. 445.
Neh.i2. 25 O., Meshullam, Talmon, Akkub, (were)
13. A prophet who is reckoned to have lived about B.C.
587.
Obadiah i The vision of O. Thus saith the LordGoD
O -BAL, hyy bare.
A son of Joktan, of the family of Shem, B.C. 2190 ; in i
Ch. i. 22 he is called Ebal (which see).
Gen. 10. 28 And O., and Abimael, and Sheba
O -BED, -Oiy, n/3TJ5, Io>j8r)5, serving.
1. Son of Boaz by Ruth, and father of Jesse. B.C. 1300.
Ruth 4. 17 they called his name O.: he (is) the father
4. 21 And Salmon begat Boaz, and Boaz begat O.
4. 22 AndO. begat Jesse, and Jesse begat David
i Ch. 2. 12 And Boaz begat O., and 0. begat Jesse
Matt. i. 5 Booz begat O. of Ruth ; and O. begat J.
Luke 3. 32 which was (the son) of O., which was (the
2. Son of Ephlal, descendant of Judah. B.C. 1380.
i Ch. 2. 37 Zabad begat Ephlal, and Ephlal begat O.
2. 38 And O. begat Jehu, and Jehu begat Azar.
3. One of David s valiant men. B.C. 1048.
i Ch.n. 47 Eliel, and O., and Jasiel, the Mesobaite
4. A son of Shemaiah, a Kohathite, a gate keeper of the
tabernacle in the days of David. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.26. 7 O., Elzabad, whose brethren (were) strong
5. Father of Azariah, a captain who helped Jehoiada
the priest in making Joash king of Judah. B.C. 878.
2 Ch.23. i and Azariah the son of O., and Maaseiah
0-BED E -DOM, Dii^ iiyservant of Edom.
1. A Levite in whose house the ark lay three months.
B.C. 1050.
2 Sa. 6. 10 carried it aside into the house of O., the
6. 1 1 in the house of O. . . and the LORD blessed O.
6. 12 LORD hath blessed the house of O., and
6. 12 from the house of O. into the city of Dav.
i Ch.i3. 13 carried it aside into the house of 0. theG.
13. 14 remained with the family of 0. in his ho.
13. 14 LORD blessed the house of O., and all that
15. 25 bring up the ark. .out of the house of O.
2. A gate keeper of the tabernacle, appointed to bring
up the ark.
i Ch.is- 18 Mikneiah, and O., and Jeiel, the porters
15. 21 O., and Jeiel, and Azaziah, with harps on
15. 24 O. and Jehiah (were) doorkeepers for the
26. 4 Moreover the sons of O. (were) Shemaiah
26. 8 sons of O. . . (were) threescore and two of O.
26. 15 To O. southward ; and to his sons the ho.
3. A Levite appointed to minister before the ark.
i Ch.i6. 5 next to him. . Eliab, and Benaiah, and O.
16. 38 O. with their brethren, threescore and e.
4. A Levite, son of Jeduthun, a gate keeper of the taber
nacle.
1 Ch.i6. 38 O. also the son of Jeduthun, and Hosah
5. An Aaronite, having charge of the vessels of the sanc
tuary in the days of Amaziah king of Judah. B.C. 839-
810.
2 Ch.25- 24 were found in the house of God with O.
OBEDIENCE
Hearkening submissively, inrano^ hupakoe,
Rom. i. 5 for obedience to the faith among all nat.
5. 19 so by the obedience of one shall many be
6. 16 death, orof obedience unto righteousness?
16. 19 For your obedience is come abroad unto
16. 26 made known to all nations for the obed.
2 Co. 7. 15 he remembereth the obedience of you all
10. 5 every thought to the obedience of Christ
10. 6 to revenge . . when your obedience is fulfl.
Phm. 21 Having confidence in thy obedience I wro.
Mel . 5. 8 learned he obedience by the things which
i Pe. i. 2 unto obedience and sprinkling of the bio.
OBEDIENCE, to be under
To aft in array under, vir<rTa.<T<rw hupotassS.
i Co. 1 4. 34 but. .to be under obedience, as also saith
OBEDIENT
OBEDIENT, (to be or make)
1. 7\> fu.<tr, hearken, y$y shamea.
Exod j 4 . 7 LORD hath said will we do, and he obed
Nuin 27. 20 that all the congregation . .may be obedi
Dent 4. 30 if thou. . shall be obedient uiito his voice
8. 20 because ye would not beobedient unto the
l rov.25. I2 s) a w ge reprover upon an obedient ear
Isa. i. 19 If ye be willingand obedient, ye shall eaf
42. 34 neither were they obedient unto his law
"2. To be heard, hearkened to, yoip shamea, 2.
2 Sa. 22. 45 as soon as they hear, they shall be obed.
3. Towards obedience, of obedience, viraxoi) hiij>ako< Rom 15. 18 to make the Gentiles obedient, by word
1 Pe. i. 14 As obedient children, not fashioning yo
4. To hearken submissively, obey, vtraKovia hupakouo
Acts 6. 7 a great company of the priests were obed
Kph. 6. 5 Servants, be obedient to them that are
5. Hearkening submissively, virfaoos hupekoos.
2 Co. 2. 9 know . . whether ye be obedient in all thi.
Phil. 2. 8 hehumbled himself, and became obedient
6. To set in order under, urrorAetna hupotasso.
Titus 2. 5 good, obedient to their own husbands, t.
2. 9 servants to be obedient unto theirownm.
OBEISANCE, to do or rcake
To bmo self down, nn-y shachah, 7.
Gen. 37. 7 stood round about, and made obeisance
37. 9 and the eleven stars, made obeisance to
43. 28 bowed down their heads, and made obei.
Exod 1 8. 7 Moses went, .and did obeisance, and kis.
a Sa. i . 2 that he fell to the earth.and did obeisance
14. 4 fell on her face to the ground, and did o.
15. 5 when any man came nigh, .to do him ob.
1 Ki. i. i6Bath-sheba bowed, and did obeisance unto
2 011.24. 7 came the princes of Judah, and made ob.
OBEY, to
I. Obedience, expectation, .in,
1
?? yiqqehah.
Prov3o. 17 The eye (that) .despiseth to obey (his) mo.
2. Hearing, hearkening, nyyyQ mishmaath.
Isa. ii. 14 the children of Amraon shall obey them
.3. To hear, hearken, ygy shamea.
Geu. 22. 18 blessed ; because thou hast obeyed my v.
26. 5 Because that Abraham obeyed my voice
27. 8 Now therefore, my son, obey my voice
27. 13 only obey my voice, and go fetch me (t.)
27. 43 Now therefore, my son, obey my voice
28. 7 that Jacob obeyed his father and his mo.
Kxod .5. 2 Who (is) the LORD, that I should obey his
19. 5 Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice
23 21 Beware of him, and obey his voice, prov.
23. 22 But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice
Dcuti i. 27 A blessing, if ye obey the commandments
it. 28 And a curse, if ye will not obey the com.
13. 4 keep his commandments, and obey his v.
21. 1 8 which will not obey the voice of his fath.
21. 20 stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey
27. 10 Thou shalt therefore obey the voice of the
28. 62 because thou wouldest not obey the voice
30. 2 and shalt obey his voice, according to all
30. 8 thou shalt return, and obey the voice of
30. 20 that thou mayest obey his voice, and that
Josh. 5. 6 because they obeyed not the voice of the
22. 2 have obeyed my voice in all that I comin.
24. 24 will we serve, and his voice will we obey
Judg. 2. 2 ye have not obeyed my voice : why have
2. 17 obeying the commandments of the LORD
6. 10 I said, .but ye have not obeyed my voice
i Sa. 8. 19 Nevertheless the people refused to obey
12. 14 fear the LORD, and serve him. and obey
12. 15 if ye will not obey the voice of the LORD
15. 19 Wherefore then didst thou not obey the
15. 20 Yea, I have obeyed the voice of the LORD
15. 22 delight., as in obeying the voice of the L.?
15. 22 Behold, to obey (is) better than sacrifice
15. 24 I feared the people, and obeyed their vo
28. 18 Because thou obeyedst not the voice of the
28. 21 thine handmaid hath obeyed thy voice, and
1 Ki.2o. 36 Because thou hast not obeyed the voice of
2 Ki.iS. 12 Because they obeyed not the voice of the
1 Ch.29. 23 and prospered ; and all Israel obeyed him
2 Ch.n. 4 they obeyed the words of the LORD, and
Neh. 9. 17 refused to obey, neither were mindful of
Job 36. ii If they obey and serve, .they shall spend
36. 12 But if they obey not, they shall perish by
Prov. 5. 1 3 have not obeyed the voice of my teachers
Isa. 50. 10 that obeyeth the voice of his servant, that
Jer- 3- 13 ye have not obeyed my voice, saith the L
3.25 have not obeyed the voice of the LORD our
7. 23 Obey my voice, and I will be your God
7. 28 This (is)a nation that obeyeth not the voice
9. 13 have notobeyed my voice, neither walked
ii. 3 Cursed (be) the man that obeyeth not the
ii. 4 Obey my voice, and do them, according to
n. 7 rising early and protesting, saying, Obey
ii. 8 Yet they obeyed not, nor inclined their
ic. 17 But if they will not obey, I will utterly p.
>7- 23 But they obeyed not, neither inclined th.
1 8. 10 If it do evil in my sight, that it obey not
22. 21 thy manner from thy youth, .thou obeye.
26. 13 obey the voice of the LORD your God
32- 23 but they obeyed not thy voice, neither w.
34- 10 when all the princes..heard..then they o.
35- 8 Thus have we obeyed the voice of Jonadab
35. 10 have obeyed, and done according to all
35- 14 they . .obey their father s commandment
35- 1 8 Because ye have obeyed the commandm.
38. 20 Obey, I beseech thee, the voice of the L.
707 OBSERVE
Jer. 40. 3 because ye . . have not obeyed his voice
42. 6 we will obey the voice of the LoRDourGod
42. 6 when we obey the voice of the LORD our
42. 13 neither obey the voice of the LORD your G.
42. 21 ye have notobeyed the voice of the LORD
43. 4 obeyed not the voice of the LORD, to dwell
43. 7 for they obeyed not the voice of the LORD
44. 23 have not obeyed the voice of the LoRD.uor
Dan. 9. 10 Neither have we obeyed the voice of the
9. ii by departing, that they might not obey thy
9. 14 God (is) righteous, .for we obeyed not his
eph. 3. 2 She obeyed not the voice; she received not
Hag. i. 12 obeyed the voice of the LORD their God
Zech. 6. 15 if ye will diligently obey the voice of the
4. To be hearing, hearkening, yoy shamea, 2.
Psa. 1 8. 44 As soon as they hear of me, they shall ob.
5. To be hearing, hearkening, ytyy shema, 4.
Dan. 7. 27 and all dominions shall serve and obey
Q.To obey a chief or ruler, iraOapxtw peitharcheo.
Acts 5. 29 said, We ought to obey God rather than
5. 32 whom God hath given to them that obey
7. To persuade, itfiQta peitho.
Acts 5. 36 as many as obeyed him, were scattered
5. 37 as many as obeyed him, were dispersed
Rom. 2. 8 the truth, but obey uuright., indignation
Gal. 3. i (bewitched you, that ye should not obey]
5. 7 who did hinder you that ye should not o.
Heb. 13. 17 Obey them that have the rule over you
Jas. 3. 3 bits in.. horses mouths, that they may o.
8.^4 hearkening submissively, viraKo-fj hupakoe.
Rom 6. 16 to whom ye yield yourselves servants too.
9.7*0 hearken submissively, obey, viraicovia hupakouo.
Matt. 8. 27 that even the winds and the sea obey him
Mark i. 27 even the unclean spirits, and they do obey
4. 41 that even the wind and the sea obey him?
Luke 8. 25 even the winds and water, and they obey
17. 6 be . . planted in the sea, and it should obey Rom 6. 12 that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof
6. 16 his servants ye are to whom ye obey ; w.
6. 17 ye have obeyed from the heart that form
10. 1 6 But they have not all obeyed the gospel
Eph. 6. i Children, obey your parents in the Lord
Phil. 2. 12 asyehavealwaysobeyed.notasiumypres.
Col. 3. 20 Children, obey (your) parents in all things
3. 22 Servants, obey in all things (your) masters
2 Th. i. 8 that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus
3. 14 if any man obey not our word by this epi.
Heb. 5. 9 eternal salvation unto all them that obey h.
11. 8 Abraham, when he was called to go. .ob.
i Pe. 3. 6 Even as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling
10. Become submissive, vir-fjKoos yivonai [ginomai].
Acts 7. 39 To whom our fathers would not obey, but
OBEY magistrates, to
To obey a chief or ruler, ir(i6apxf"> peitharchcH.
Titus 3. i Put them in mind . .to obey magistrates
OBEY not, to
To be unpersuaded, disobedient, airftOfw apeitheo.
Rom. 2. 8 But unto them that, .do not obey the tr
i Pe. 3. i that, if any obey not the word, they also
4. 17 shall the end (be) of them that obey not
OBEYING
1 . To hear, hearken, y$y shamea.
Judg. 2. 17 out of the way.. their fathers walked in, o.
i Sa. 15. 22 delight, .as in obeying the voice of the L.
2.A submissive hearkening, viraicori hupakoe.
1 Pe. i. 22 in obeying the truth through the Spirit
O -BIL, S rrix driver, leader.
An Ishmaelite camel driver in the days of David. B.C.
1015.
T 01.27. 3 Over the camels als(was) O. the Ishma.
OBJECT, to
To speak against 01 down, Karrtyopfio kategoreo.
Acts 24. 19 and object, if they had ought against me
OBLATION
1. Offering, present, nnjo minchah.
Isa. 1. 13 Bring no more vain oblations ; incense is
19. 21 Egyptians .shall do sacrifice and oblation
66. 3 he that offereth an oblation .swine sblood
Jer. 14. 12 when they offer burnt offering aiid an obi.
Dan. 2. 46 commanded that they should offer an obi.
9. 21 me about the time of the evening oblation
9. 27 he shall cause the sacrifice and theoblat.
2. Lifting up, burden, gift, nxfJ? maseth.
Eze. 20. 40 I require . . the first fruits of your oblations
Z.Thing brought near, fjnjj qorban.
Lev. 2. 4 if thou bring an oblation of a meat offeri.
2. 5, 7 And if thy oblation (be) a meat offering
2. 12 As for the oblation of the first fruits, ye
2. 13 every oblation of thy meat offering shalt
3. i if his oblation (be) a sacrifice of peace of.
7. 14 of it he shall offer one out of the whole o.
7. 29 shall bring his oblation unto the LORD of
7. 38 to offer their oblations to the LORD, in
22. 1 8 that will offer his oblation for all his vo.
NumiS. 9 every oblation of theirs, every meat off.
31. 50 We have therefore brought an oblation
4. Heave offering, ncnp terumah.
2 Ch. 31. 14 to distribute the oblations of the LORD
Isa. 40. 20 (is) so impoverished that he hath no ob.
Eze. 44. 30 every oblation of all. .of your oblations
45. i ye shall offer an oblation unto the LORD
Eze. 45. 6 over against the oblation of the holy (p.)
45. 7 the other aide of the oblation of the holy
45. 7 the city, before the oblation of the holy
45. 13 This (is) the oblation that ye ghall offer
45. 16 the people of the land shall give this ob.
48. 9 The oblation that ye shall offer unto the
48. 10 them . . for the priests, shall be . . holy obi.
48. 1 8, 1 8 over against the oblation of the holy
48. 20 All the oblation, .five and twenty thous.
48. 20 ye shall offer the holy oblation four KJU.
48. 21 of the holy oblation, .of the oblation to.
48. 21 it shall be the holy oblation ; and the sa.
5. Heave offering, rrpiip terumiyi/ah.
Eze. 48. 12 (this) oblation of the land that is offered
O -BOTH, rax hollows.
A station of Israel, E. of Edom, between Punon and Ijeabarim.
Nuni2i. 10 children . .set forward, and pitched in O.
21. ii they journeyed fromO., arid pitched at I.
33. 43 departed from Punon, and pitched in O.
33. 44 they departed from O., and pitched in I.
OBSCTJRE, Obscurity
\.hlackness, PC*K, [v. i,.
} &* ishon], eshun.
Prov 20. 20 his lamp shall be put but in obscure dar.
2. Thick darkness, tytt ophel.
Isa. 29. 1 8 the eyes of the blind shall see out of obs.
3. Darkness, Tjtpn choshek.
Isa. 58. 10 then shall thy light rise in obscurity, and
59. 9 wait for light, but behold obscurity : for
OBSERVATION
An intense watching, -iraparripirja-is parateresis.
Lukei?. 20 The kingdom of God cometh not with ob.
OBSERVE, to
1. To keep, watch, ly j natsar.
Prov 23. 26 give me thine heart, and let thine eyes o.
2. To do, make, iT^ usah.
Exod3t. 16 to observe the sabbath throughout their
34. 22 thou shalt observe the feast of weeks, of Num 15. 22 if ye have erred, and not observed all these
Deut 16. 13 Thou shalt observe the feast of tabernac.
3. To behold, look, -ne> shur.
Hos. 13. 7 a leopard by the way will I observe (them)
14. 8 I have heard (him), and observed him : I
4. To observe, keep, take heed, i5> shamar.
Gen. 37. ii his brethren envied him; but his father o.
Exod 1 2. 17 ye shall observe (the feast of) unleavened
12. 17 therefore shall ye observe this day in your
12. 24 ye shall observe this thing for an ordina.
34. ii Observe thou that which I command thee
Lev. 19. 37 Therefore shall ye observe all my statutes
Nuni28. 2 shall ye observe to offer unto me in their
Deut. 5. 32 Ye shall observe to do therefore as the L.
6. 3 Hear therefore, O Israel, and observe to
6. 25 if we observe to do all these commandm.
8. i shall ye observe to do, that ye may live
1 1 . 32 ye shall observe to do all the statutes and
12. i which ye shall observe to do in the land
12. 28 Observe and hear all these words which I
12. 32 What thing soever I command you, obse.
15. 5 to observe to do all these commandments
16. i Observe the month of Abib, and keep the
16. 12 thou shalt observe and do these statutes
17. 10 thou shalt observe to do according to all
24. 8 Take heed . . that thou observe diligently
24. 8 as I commanded them, .ye shall observe
28. i to observe, .to do all his commandments
28. 13 which I command thee this day, to obse.
28. 15 to observe to do all his commandments
28. 58 If thou wilt not observe to do all the wo.
31. 12 and observe to do all the words of this law
32. 46 shall command your children to observe
33. 9 they have observed thy word, and kept
Josh. i. 7, 8 that thou mayest observe to do accord.
Judg 13. 14 all that I commanded her let her observe
2 Sa. ii. 1 6 it came to pass, when Joab observed the
2 Ki. 17. 37 law. .ye shall observe to do for evermore
21. 8 only if they will observe to do according
2 Ch. 7. 17 shalt observe my statutes and my judgui.
Neh. i. 5 mercy for them that love him and observe
10- 29 to observe and do all the commandments
Psa.ioj. 45 That they might observe his statutes, and
107. 43 Whoso (is) wise, and will observe these
119. 34 yea, I shall observe it with (my) whole h.
Eccl. s i. 4 He that observeth the wind shall not sow
Isa. 42. 20 Seeing many things, but thou observest
Jer. 8. 7 the crane and the swallow observe the t.
Eze. 20. 18 neither observe their judgments, nor de.
37. 24 they shall . . observe my statutes, and do
5. To observe, keep, take heed, 15^ shamar, 3.
Jon. 2. 8 They that observe lying vanities forsake
6. To icatch intensely or amiss, irapaT-rjpftaparatereo.
Gal. 4. 10 Ye observe days, and months, and times
7. To do, make, iroitu poieo.
Acts 16. 21 not lawful for us to receive, neither to o.
8. To icatch with, ffwr^ptu suntere5.
Mark 6. 20 For Herod fearedJohn. .and observed him
9. To watch, rypfta tereo.
Matt 23. 3 whatsoever they bid you [observe] . .obse.
28. 20 Teaching them to observe all things whi.
Acts 21. 25 [concluded that they observe no suchth.j
10. To guard, keep watch, <f>v\dffffu phuleuso.
Mark10. 20 all these have I observed from my youth
i Ti. 5. 21 that thou observe these things without
OBSERVE 708 OF
OBSERVE diligently, to
To observe diligently, divine, trnj nachash, 3.
1 Ki.2o. 33 the men did diligently observe whether
OBSERVE times, to
To observe the clouds, })% anan, Sa.
Lev. 19. 26 shall ye use enchantment, nor observe t.
Deut 18. 10 shall not be found . .an observer of times
18. 14 hearkened unto observers of times, aiid
2 Ki.2i. 6 observed times, and used enchantment*
2 ( 11.33. 6 he observed times, and used enchantme.
OBSERVED, to be (much)
Of observances, D -rap* shimmurim.
Exodi2. 42 It (is) a night to be much observed unto
12. 42 this (is) that night of the LORD to be obs.
OBSTINATE
Hard, sharp, nyu qasheh.
Isa. 48. 4 Because I knew that thou (art) obstinate
OBSTINATE, to make
To strengtlien, harden, j Dx amats, 3.
Deut. 2. 30 made his heart obstinate, that he might
OBTAIN, to
1. To take or keep fast hold, piri chazaq, 5.
Dan. ii. 21 he shall come in peaceably, and obtain
2,To lift iqj, K ?) nasa.
Esth. 2. 9 the maiden pleased him, and she obtained
2. 15 Esther obtained favour in the sight of all
2. 17 she obtained grace and favour in his sight
5. 2 when the king saw Esther, .she obtained
3. To cause to reach, attain, overtake, J^ nasag, 5.
Isa. 35. 10 they shall obtain joy and gladness, and
51 ii they shall obtain gladness and joy
4. To bring out, cause to come forth, p)3 puq, 5.
Prov. 8. 35 flndeth life, and shall obtain favour of the
12. 2 A good (man) obtaineth favour of the Lo.
18. 22 flndeth a good (thing), and obtaineth fa.
5. To happen or come upon, eirirvyxdvw epitutfchand.
Roinn. 7 Israel hath not obtained that which he se.
ii. 7 the election hath obtained it, and the rest
Heb. 6. 15 so, after he had patiently endured, he ob.
ii. 33 wrought righteousness.obtained promises
Jas. 4. 2 ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot o.
6. To find, eupiffKia heurisko.
Heb. 9.12 entered . . having obtained eternal redem.
7. To take or receive thoroughly, KaTa\a/j.0dv<a kat.
1 Co. 9. 24 one receiveth..So run, that ye may obtain
8. 7t> holdfast, obtain, attain, Kpareu krateo.
Acts 27. 13 supposing that they had obtained (their)
9. To acquire, possess, Krao/uai ktaomai.
Acts 22. 28 With a great sum obtained I this freedom
10. To obtain by lot, \ayxdvu la^chano.
Acts i. 17 was numbered with us, and had obtained
2 Pe. i. i to them that have obtained like precious
11.7*0 take, receive, Anudarw lambano.
i Co. 9. 25 they (do it) to obtain a corruptible crown
Heb. 4. 16 that we may obtain mercy, and find grace
12. Towards a laying up, acquiring, els irfpiiroirjo ii .
1 Th. 5. 9 to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus C.
13. To happen, come upon, rvyxdvta tugchano.
Lukezo. 35 which shall be accounted worthy to obt.
Acts 26. 22 Having therefore obtained help of God
2 Ti. 2. 10 that they may also obtain the salvation
Heb 8. 6 But now hath he obtained a more excellent
ii. 35 that they might obtain a better resurrec.
[See also Children, leave, mercy, witness, good report.]
OBTAIN by inheritance, to
To obtain by lot, /c\7jpoj o/u.a> kleronomso.
Heb. i. 4 as he hath by inheritance obtained a more
OBTAIN an inheritance, to
7*o choose by lot, K\r)p6<a
kleroo.
Eph. i. ii In whom also we have obtained an inhe.
OBTAINING
To a laying up, acquiring, eis irepnroir)(riv.
2 Th. 2. 14 to the obtaining of the glory of our Lord
OCCASION
I. A rolling, occasion, opportunity, n^y illah.
Dan. 6. 4 sought to find occasion against Daniel co.
6. 4 but they could find none occasion nor fa.
6. 5 We shall not find any occasion against
3. A rolling, opportunity, occasion, ."iV^y alilah.
Deuta2. 14 And give occasions of speech against her
22. 17 And, lo, he hath given occasions of speech
4. A meeting, nj$tn taanah.
Jer. 2. 24 in her occasion who can turn her away?
6. A meeting, njxn toanah.
Judgi4. 4 that he sought an occasion against the P.
6. A quarrel, removal, nxnp tenuah.
Job 33. 10 Behold, he ftndeth occasions against me
7. Occasion, excitement, impulse, aQopp-fi aphorme.
Rom. 7. 8, ii sin, taking occasion by the command.
2 Co. 5. 12 give you occasion to glory on our behalf
ii. 12 cutoff occasion from them which desire o.
Gal. 5. 13 only (use) not liberty for au occasion to the
i Ti. 5. 1 4 give none occasion to the adversary to speak
OCCASION of, by
fiittjh, by means of, 8ia (gen.) dia.
2 Co. 8. 8 but by occasion of the forwardness of ot.
OCCASION \oi stumbling), to fall
A stumbling block, (TKdvSa\ov skandalon.
Rom 14. 13 or an occasion to fall, in. .brother s way
i Jo. 2. 10 there is none occasion of stumbling in him
OCCASION, to (have)
1. To fall, *?3} nephal.
Ezra 7. 20 which thou shalt have occasion to bestow
2. To bring round about, 239 sabab.
i Sa. 22. 22 I have occasioned (the death) of all the p.
OCCASION serves, to find occasion, as
Thy hand finds, "p; x^CR [yad].
Judg. 9. 33 then mayest thou. .as thou shalt find oc.
i Sa. 10. 7 do as occasion serve thee ; for God (is) with
OCCUPATION
1. Work, npw
1
?^ melakah.
Jon. i. 8 Vvhat (is) thine occupation? and whence
2. Doing, work, .lytf.o maaseh.
Gen. 46. 33 Pharaoh, .shall say, What (is) youroccu.?
47. 3 said unto his brethren, What (is) your oc.
3. Art, trade, profession, rexvij techne.
Acts 1 8. 3 by their occupation they were tent makers
OCCUPIED, to be
1. To do work, ftStfy^ nyy asah melakah, 2.
Judg 16. ii with new ropes that never were occupied
2. To do, use, nyy asah.
Exod38. 24 All the gold that was occupied for the w.
3. To walk round about, irfptirareta peripateo.
Heb. 1 3. 9 not profited them that have been occupied
OCCUPY, to
I. To give, ]t$ nathan.
Eze. 27. 16 they occupied in thy fairs with emeralds
27. 19 Dan also and Javan going to and fro occ.
27. 22 they occupied in thy fairs with chief of all
2. To mingle, traffic, any, arab.
Eze. 27. 9 all the ships, .were in thee to occupy thy
27. 27 the occupiers of thy merchandise, and all
3. To fill up or again, avair\ripoca annpleroo.
i Co. 14. 16 how shall he that occupieth the room of
4. To do business, irpayfj.aTevou.ai praymateu/imai.
Luke 1 9. 13 called, .and said unto them, Occupy till
OCCUPY with, to
To go about, trade, "no sachar.
Eze. 27. 21 they occupied with thee in lambs, and r
OCCURRENT
A coming or falling upon, occurrence, yi$pega.
1 Ki. 5. 4 (is) neither adversary nor evil occurrent
OC -RAN, p?y, troubler.
Father of Pagiel, an Asherite whom Moses chose to
number the people. B.C. 1490.
Num. i. 13 Of Asher ; Pagiel the son of O.
2. 27 the captain, .(shall be) Pagiel the son of O
7. 72 On the eleventh day Pagiel the son of O
7. 77 (was) the offering of Pagiel the son of O.
10. 26 over the host, .(was) Pagiel the son of O
O -DED, -niy, Tiy aiding.
1. Father of the prophet Azariah who encouraged Asa
king of Judah. 8.0.941.
2 Ch.is- i spirit, .came upon Azariah th son of O.
15. 8 when Asa heard . .the prophecy of O.^the
2. A prophet in Samaria who obtained the release of the
captives of Judah. B.C. 741.
2 Ch.28. 9 prophet . . was there, whose name (was) O
ODIOUS
To hate, Nay sane.
Prov3o. 23 For an odious (woman) when she is mar.
ODIOUS, to make selves
To cause self to stink or be abhorred, 12x3 baash, 7
i Ch.i9. 6 saw that they had made themselves odi.
ODOUR, (sweet)
I.Rest, siveetness, sweet thing, nirn nichoach.
Lev. 26. 31 will not smell the savour of your sweet o
Dan. 2. 46 should offer an oblation and sweet odour
2.F>mdl. odour, savour, o<r/u^ osme.
Johni2. 3 was filled with the odour of the ointmen
Phil. 4. 18 an odour of a sweet smell, a sacrifice ac
3. Incense, perfuni", Ov^iapa thumiama.
Rev. 5. 8 golden vials full of odours, which are th
1 8. 13 cinnamon, and odours, and ointments, atu
OF
I. Unto, concerning, SK el.
Gen. 20. 2 A. said of Sarah his wife, She (is) my sis
2. With, rm eth.
i Ch. 2. 18 Caleb .. begat .. of Azubah (his) wife, and
3.0/, "i di.
Ezra 5. 14 vessels also of gold and silver of tke hous
4.From, out of, ja min.
Gen. 2. 7 LORD God formed man (of) the dust of th
5. From before. Qif>. JO min qodam.
Ezra 4. 15 moved sedition within the same of old
Dan.
Ezra 4. 19 it is found that this city of old time hatb
5. 17 that a decree was made of Cyrus the king
7. 14 Forasmuch as thou art sent of the king
2. 6 ye shall receive of me gifts and rewards
2. 8 I know of certainty that ye would gain
2. 16 desired of the king that he would give him
j. 18 they would desire mercies of the God
2. 25 I have found a man of the captives of J.
2. 35 became like the chaff of the summer thr.
2. 41 but there shall be in it of the strength
2. 47 Of a truth, .yourGod (is) a God of gods, and
2. 49 Daniel requested of the king, and he set 3.
3. 26 Then, .came forth of the midst of the flre
4. 12 the fruit thereof . .all flesh was fed of it
5 . 13 which (art) of the children of the captivity
6. 7, 12 of any god or man. .save of thee, O ki.
6. 13 That Daniel, which (is) of the children
7. 1 6 I came near unto one of them that stood
.Concerning, upon, over, 7y. al.
2 Sa. 21. 4 We will have no silver, .of Saul, nor of hia
Jer. 8. 6 no man repented him of his wickedness
Dan. 5. 14 I have even heard of thee, that the spirit
5. 16 I have heard of thee, that thou canst make
7. 19 I would know the truth of the fourth be.
7. 20 of the ten horns that (were) in his head
. From with, oyc me-im.
Exodz2. 14 if a man borrow (ought) of his neighbour
S.From with me, "I pya me-immad-i.
1 Sa. 20. 28 David earnestly asked . . of me . . to Beth.
9. From the face of, JE 1
?!? mil-li-phene.
Exod23- 21 Bewareof him, and obey his voice, provoke
36. 3 they received of Moses all the offering w.
.().From the hand of, Ta miy-yad.
2 Sa. iS. 31 LORD hath avenged thee this day of all th.
II.From of, air & apo.
Matt. 3. 4 the same John had his raiment of camel s
5. 42 from him that would borrow of thee turn
7. 15 Beware of false prophets, which come to
7. 16 Do men gather grapes of., or flgsof thistles
10. 17 But beware of men; for they will deliver
11. 19 But wisdom is justified of her children
11. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me
15. i scribes and Pharisees, which were of Jer.
15.27 the dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from
16. 6 ii beware of the leaven of the Pharisees
16. 12 not beware of the leaven of bread, but of
16. 21 suffer many things of the elders and chief
17. 25 of whom do the kings, .take custom or t.
17. 25 of their own children, or of strangers?
17. 26 Peter saith. .Of strangers. Jesus saith
21. ii said, This is Jesus the prophet of Nazareth
24. 32 Now learn a parable of the fig tree: 27. 9.
27. 21 Whether of the twain will ye that I release
27. 24 saying, I am innocent of the blood, .see
27. 57 there came a rich man of Arimathea, na.
Mark 5. 29, 34; 6. 43; 7. 28; 8. 15, [31]; 12. 2, 38; 13.
28 ; 15. 43, 45 ; Luke 5. 15 ; 6. 13, 17, 30; 7. 21, 35 ; 8. a,
[3]; 9. 22, 38; II. 50, SI! 12. I, 4, 15, 20, 57; I?. 25; l8.
3; 20. 10, 46; 21. 30; 22. 18, 71 ; 23. 51 ; 24. [42]; John
1. 44, 45; 5. 19, 30; 7. 17, 18, 28; 8. 28, 42; 10. 18 ; n.
i 51 ; 12. 21 ; 14. 10 ; 15. 4 ; 16. 13 ; 18. 34 ; 19. 38 ; 21.
2, 10 ; Acts 2. 17, 18, 22 ; 5. 2, 3 ; 6. 9 ; 8. 22 ; 10. 38 ; 12.
i ; 13. 23 ; 15. 5 ; 17. 13 ; 19. [13] ; 21. 16, 27 ; 23. 34 ; 27.
44; Rom. 13. [i]; i Co. i. 30; 4. 5 ; 6. 10 ; n. 23; 2 Co.
2. 3 ; 3. 5 ; 10. 7 ; Gal. i. i ; 2. 6 ; 3. 2 ; Phil. j. 28 ; CoL
i. 7; 3. 24; i Th. 2. 6, 6; i Ti. 3. 7; Heb. 7. 2, 13; n.
13 ; 12. 15 ; 13. 24 ; Jas. i. 13 ; 5. 4 ; i Jo. i. 5 ; 2. 27 ; 3
Jo. 7 ; Rev. 2. [17] ; 12. 6 ; 16. 12.
l2.Through, by means of, 5io (gen.) dia.
Rom 14. 1 4 (there is) nothing unclean of itself; but to
IB. Through, because of, Sid (ace.) dia.
Phil. i. 15 preach Christ even of envy, .some also of
14.7M regard to, s eis.
Matt. 5. 22 Thou fool ! shall be in danger of hell flre
Acts 25. 20 because I doubted of such manner of qu.
2 Co. 10. 13 But we will not boast of things without
10. 15 Not boasting of things without (our) me.
10. 16 not to boast in another man s line of th.
12. 6 lest any man should think of me above
Heb. 7. 14 of which tribe Moses spake nothing con.
i Pe. i. ii testified beforehand the sufferings of Ch.
15. Out of, ticek, i ix.
Matt. i. 3 And Judas begat Pharez and Zara of
i. 5 And Salmon begat Booz of Rachab ; and
i 5 Booz begat Obed of Ruth ; and Obed be.
i. 6 and David the king begat Solomon of her
i. 16 of whom was born Jesus who is called C.
1.18 she was found with child of the Holy Gh.
i. 20 that which is conceived in her is of the
3 . 9 God is able of these stones to raise up c.
5. 37 whatsoever is more than these cometh of
6. 27 Which of you, by taking thought, can add
7. 9 Or what man is there of you, whom if his
10. 29 one of them shall not fall on the ground
13. 47 was cast into the sea, and gathered of eve.
18. 12 and one of them be gone astray, doth he
21. 25 whence was it ? from heaven, or of menf
21. 26 if we shall say, Of men ; we fear the peo.
21. 31 Whether of them twain did the will of
22. 35 one of them, .a lawyer, asked, .tempting
23. 25 within they are full
[of 1 extortion and ex
25. 2 five of them were wise, and five, .foolish
25. 8 Give us of your oil ; for our lamps are g.
at). 21 I say unto you, That one of you shall bet.
a6. 27 gave (it) to them, saying, Drink ye all of
a6. 29 I will not drink henceforth of this fruit
OF 709 OFFEND
Matt27. 29 when they had platted a crown of thorns
27. 48 straightway one of them ran, and took a
Mark 9. 17 ; n. 14, 30, 32 ; 12. 44, 44 ; 14- 18, [20], 23,
35 ; 16. [is]; Luke i. 5, 5, 27, [35]; 2. 4, 35, 36; 3. 8 ; 6. 44,
44, 45 ; 10. ii ; ii. 5, 15, 27. 491 I2 - 6- *3. =5 ; M- 28, 33;
15. 4, 4 ; 16. 9 ; 17. [7], 15 : 20- 4. 6 ; ai. 4, 4, 18 ; 22. 3,
33, 50, 58 ; 24. 13, [18], 22 ; John i. 13, 13, 13, 13, 16, 24,
35, 40 ; a. 15 ; 3. i, 5, 6, 6, 8, 31, 31 ; 4- 7. 3. 4. 22, 39 I
6. 8, ii, 13, 26, 51, 60, 64, 65, 70, 71 ; 7. 17, 19, 22, 22, 25,
31, 40, 42, 44, 48, 48, 50, 52 ; 8. 23, 23, 41, 44, 44, 46, 47,
47 ; 9. 6, 16 ; 10. 16, 20, 26 ; 11. 19, 37. 45. 4^, 49 " M,
9, 49 ; 13. 21 ; 15. 19, 19 ; 16- 5. 4. 5 J 7- 12. M. 4. 6,
16 ; 18. 9, 26, 36, 36, 37 ; 19- 2 ; 20. 24; 21. 2.
Acts i. 24; 2. 30; 3. 22; 4. 6; 5. 38, 39; 6. 9; 7. 37;
10. I, 45; II. 2. 20, 28; 13. 21 ; 15. 2, 21, 22, 23; 17. 4; 12.
26; 20. 30; 22. 14 , 23.21, 34; 24. 10.
Rom. i. 3; 2. 29, 29; 4. 12, 14, 16, 16, 16; 5. 16; 9. 5,
6, ii, ii, 21, 24, 24, 30; 10. 5, 6; ii. i, 6, [6], 14, 36; 13.
3; 14. 23, 23; 16. 10, ii ; i Co. i. 30; 2. 12 ; 7. 7; 8. 6; 9.
(7], 7, 13, 14; I0-
4>
J 7! " 8> 8. I2, 12, 28, 28; 12. 15, 15,
16, 16 ; 15. 6, 47 ; 2 Co. 2. 17, 17 ; 3. 5, 5 ; 4. 7 ; 5. i, 18 ;
9. 7; 12. 6; Gal. 2. 12, 15; 3. 7, 9, 10, 12, 18, 18; 4. 4,
3, 23; 5. 8; 6. 8, 8; Eph. 2. 8, 9; 3. 15; 5. [30, 30];
nil. i. 16, 17; 3. 5. 5. 9. 9 . 4- 22; Col. 4. n ; i Th. 2.
, 3, 6 ; 2Ti. 2. 8; 3. 6; Titus i. 10, 12; 2. 8.
n
3, 3-
Heb. 2. 1153. 13 ; 4. i ; 7. 4, 5, 12 ; ii. 3 ; Jas. 2.
16; 4. i ; i. Pe. i. 23 ; 4. n ; i Jo. 2. 16, 16, 19, 19,
19, 21, 29; 3. 8, 9, 9, 10, 12, 19; 4. i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6,
^> 7> 7i J 3 > 5- *> *i 4. 1
^> *8> 9 , 2 Jo. 4; 3 Jo. n;
Rev. i. [5] ; 2. 7, 10, n, 17, 21, 22 ; 5. 5, 5 ; 6. i, i ;
7- 4. 5> Si 5> 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8, 9, 13 ; 8. ii ; 9. 20,
21. 21, 21, 21 ; 14. 8, 10 ; 15. 7; 16. n ; 17. i, n ; 18.
3, 4, 12 ; 21. 6, 21.
16,/n, by, with, fv en.
Luke i. 61 There is none [of] thy kindred that is ca.
Acts 26. 20 But showed first unto them of Damascus
Rom. 2. 17 art called a Jew. .and makest thy boast
2. 23 Thou that makest thy boast of the law
n. 2 Wot ye not what the scripture saith of E.?
a Co. 2. 12 and a door was opened unto me of the L.
10. 15 Not boasting, .of other men s labours; but
Gal. 4. 20 change my voice ; for I stand in doubt of
Epli. 4. i I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, be.
Titus 3. 5 Not by works of righteousness which we
Jas. 5. 19 if any of you do err from the truth, and
2 Pe. 2. 12 speak evil of the things that they under.
17. On, upon, over, firi (gen.) epi.
Luke 4. 25 But I tell you of a truth, many widows
22. 59 of a truth this (fellow) also was with him
Acts 4. 27 For of a truth against thy holy child Jes.
10. 34 Of a truth I perceive that God is no resp.
Gal. 3. 16 not, And to seeds, as of many; but as of
Rev. 8. 13 woe, woe to the inhabitersof the earth
IS. In rcr/ard to, upon, over, tiri (dat.) epi.
Matt 1 8. 13 He rejoiceth more of that (sheep), than of
Mark 6. 52 For they considered not (the miracle) of
Johni2. 16 that these things were written of him, and
Acts 4. 9 If we this day be examined of the good de.
1 Co. 1 6. 17 I am glad of the coming of Stephanas and
2 Co. 12. 21 have not repented of the uncleanness,and
Heb. 8. i Now of the things which we have spoken
11. 4 he obtained witness. .God testifying of his
19. On, upon, over, iri (ace.) epi.
Mark 9. 12 how it is written of the Son of man, that
9. 13 and they have done, .as it is written of
Heb. 7. 13 For he of whom these things are spoken
20.Z)r>!W against, Kara (gen. ) kata.
i Co. 1 5. 15 because we have testified of God that he
21.0rcr against, Kara (ace.) kata.
Acts 27. 2 launched, meaning to sail by the coasts of
27. 5 when we had sailed over the sea of Silicia
Rom. 4. 4 reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt
i Co. 7. 6 I speak this by permission . .not of com.
Phm. 14 should not be as it were of necessity, but
22. HWi, fjifrd (gen.) meta.
MattiS. 23 which would take account of his servants
23. From, irapd (gen.) para.
Matt. 2. 4 he demanded of them where Christ should
2. 7 enquired of them diligently what time the
2. 16 had diligently enquired of the wise men
18. 19 it shall be done for them of my Father w.
20. 20 came to him . . desiring a certain thing [of]
Mark 8. 1 1 seeking of him a sign from heaven, temp.
Luke 6. 34 if ye lend (to them) of whom ye hope to r.
1 1 . 1 6 others, tempting., sought ofhim a sign from
12. 48 unto whomsoever much is given, of him
John i. 14 glory as of the only begotten of the Father
4. 9 How is it that thou. .askest drink of me
4. 52 Then enquired he of them the hour when
5. 44 which receive honour one of another, and
6. 45 that hath heard, and hath learned of the
6. 46 save he which is of God, he hath seen the
8. 26 speak . . those things which I have heard of
8. 40 told you the truth, which I have heard of
9. 16 This mania notofGod, because he keepeth
9. 33 If this man were not of God, he could do
10. 18 This commandment have I received of my
15. 15 all things that I have heard of my Father
17. 7 have known that all things. ..ire of thee
Acts 2. 33 having received of the Father the promise
3. 2 to ask alms of them that entered into the
3. 5 expecting to receive something of them
7. 16 sepulchre that Abraham bought.. of the so.
9. 2 desired of him letters to Damascus to the
10. 22 to send for thee. .to hear words of thee
17. 9 when they had taken security of Jason, and
20. 24 ministry which I have received of the Lord
Acts 22. 30 certainty wherefore he was accused(of) the
24. 8 by examiningofwhomthyielfmaye*t take
25. 22 Having therefore obtained help [of) God
28. 22 we desire to hear of thee what thou thin.
Gal. 1.12! neither received it of man, neither wan
Eph. 6. 8 the same shall he receive of the Lord, wh.
Phil. 4. 18 having received of EpaphrnditiiB the thi.
1 Th. 2. 13 ye received the word, .which ye heard of
4. i as ye have received of us how ye ought to
2 Th. 3. 6 after the tradition which he received of us
2 Ti. i. 13 sound words, which thou hast heard of me
1. 18 that he may find mercy of the Lord in th.
2. 2 the things that thou hast heard of me a.
3. 14 knowing of whom thou hast learned (them)
Jas. i. 5 any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God
1. 7 that he shall receiveanything of the Lord
i Jo. 3. 22 whatsoever we ask, we receive [of]him, b.
5. 15 have the petitions that we desired [of J him
Rev. 2. 27 shall rule, .even as I received of my Fat.
3. 1 8 I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in
24. .By the side of, irapd (dat.) para.
Matt. 6. i ye have no reward of your Father which
1 Pe. 2. 4 disallowed indeed of men. .chosen of God
25.^4 bout, concerning, iffpi (gen.) peri.
Matt ii. 10 For this is (he), of whom it is written, B.
15- 7 hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of
17. 13 understood that he spake unto them of J.
22. 42 What think ye of Chirst? whose son is he?
24. 36 But of that day and hour kuoweth no (m.)
26. 24 Son of man goeth as it is written of him
Mark i. 30 lay sick, .and anon they tell him of her
5. 27 When she had heard of Jesus, came in the
7. 6 Well hath Esaias prophesied of you hyp.
7. 25 heard of him, and came and fell at his f.
8. 30 charged, .that they should tell no man of
10. 10 his disciples asked him again of the same
13. 32 But of that day and . .hourknoweth no m.
14. 21 Son. .indeed goeth, as it is written of him
Luke i. i a declaration of those things which are
2. 33 at those thingswhich were spoken of him
2. 38 spake of him to all them that looked for
3. 15 and all men mused in their hearts of John
4. 14 there went out a fame of him through all
4. 37 the fame of him went out into every place
5. 15 the more went there a fame abroad of him
7. 3 when he heard of Jesus, he sent unto him
7. 17 this rumour of him went forth throughout
7. 1 8 the disciples of John showed him of all
7. 27 This is (he) of whom it is written, Behold
9. 9 but who is this of whom I hear such th. ?
9. ii spake unto them of the kingdom of God
9. 45 and they feared to ask him of that saying
11. 53 to provoke him to speak of many things
13. i told him of the Galileans, whose blood
16. 2 How is it that I hear this of thee ? give
21. 5 as some spake of the temple, how it was
23. 8 because he had heard many things of him
24. 14 they talked together of all these things
John i. 7, 8, 15, 22, [30], 47 ; 2. 21, 25 ; 5. 31, 32, 32,
36 37. 39. 46 ; 7- 7 13. i7> 39 >
8. 13, 14, 18, 18, 26, 46 ; 9.
17 ; 10. 25, 41 ; ii. 13, 13 ; 12. 41 ; 13. 18, 22, 24 ; 15. 26 ;
16. 8, 8, 8, 9, 10, ii, 19,25; 18. 19, 19, 23, 34; 21. 24;
Acts i. i ; 2. 29, 31 ; 5. 24 ; 7. 52 ; 8. 34, 34, 34; 9. 13 ; n.
22 ; 13. 29 ; 15. 6 ; 17. 32 ; 18. 15, 25 ; 21. 21 ; 22. 10 ; 23.
6, ii, 20, 29; 24. 8, 22, 25; 25. 9, 19, 19, 20, 26; 26. 26;
28. 21 ; Rom. 14. 12 ; 15. 14, 21 ; i Co. i. n ; 2 Co. 10. 8;
i Th. i. 9 ; 4. 6; 5. i ; 2 Ti. i. 3 ; Titus 2. 8 ; Heb. 4. 4,
8; 5. ii ; 6. 9 ; 9. 5; 10. 7 ; n. 7, [22], 32; i Pe. i. 10, 10;
3. 15 ; 2 Pe. i. 12 ; 3. 16 ; i Jo. i. i ; 2. 27 ; 5. 9, 10 ; Jude
3. iS. 15-
26. About, around, concerning, irepi (ace.) peri.
Mark 4. 19 the lusts of other things entering in, cho.
27. Towards, to, unto, vpos (ace.) pros.
Heb. i. 7 of the angels he saith, Who maketh his a.
11. 18 Of whom it was said, That in Isaac shall
28.In behalf of, for, virep (gen. ) huper.
2 Co. i. 7 our hope of you (is) stedfast, knowing, t.
1. 8 not. .have you ignorant [of] our trouble
7. 4 great (is) my glorying of you : I am filled
7. 14 if I have boasted any thing to him of you
8. 23 Whether.. of Titus..my partner and fello.
9. 2 for which I boast of you to them of Mac.
9. 3 lest our boasting of you should be in vain
12. 5 Of such an one will I glory : yet of myself
Phil. 2. 13 both to will and to do of (his) good 4. 10.
29. Intne presence of, before, HnirpoffQfv Mat. 18.14
30. By, under, vir6 (gen.) hupo.
Matt. i. 22 which was spoken of the Lord by the pr.
2. 15 which was spoken of the Lord by the pr.
2. 16 when he saw that he was mocked of the
3. 6 were baptized of him in Jordan, confess.
3. 13 cometh. .unto John, to be baptized of him
3. 14 I have need to be baptized of thee, and
4. i Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into
4. i the wilderness to be tempted of the devil
5. 13 cast out, and to be trodden under foot of
6. 2 that they may have glory of men. Verily
10. 22 ye shall be hated of all (men) for my name
11. 27 All things are delivered unto me of my F.
14. 8 she, being before instructed of her moth.
17. 12 Likewise shall, .the Son of man suffer of
19. 12 eunuchs, which were made eunuchs of m.
20. 23 but. .for whom it is prepared of my Fath.
23. 7 in the markets, and to be called of men
24. 9 ye shall be hated of all nations for my n.
27. 12 when he was accused of the chief priests
Mark i. 5, 9, 13 ; 2. 3, 5, 26 ; 13. 13 ; 16. [n]; Luke
2. 21 ; 3. 7 ; 4. 2, 15 ; 7. 30 ; 8. 29, [43] ; 9. 7, 8, 10, 22 ;
14. 8, 8; 17. 20; 21. 17, 24; John 10. [14]; 14. 21 ; Acts
2. 24 ; 4. n ; 10. [33], 38, 41, 42 ; 12. 5 ; 15. [4] ; 16. 4, 6,
14 ; 17. 13 ; 21. 35 ; 22. n, 12 ; 23. 10, 27, 27 ; 24. 26 ; 26.
2, 6, 7 ; Kni. 12. 21 ; 13. i ; 15. 15; i Co. 2. 13, 15; 4. 3,
3 ; 6. 12; 7. 25 ; 8. 3 ; 10. 9, 10, 29 ; n. 32 ; 14. 24, 24; a
Co. i. 4, 16; 2. 6 ; 3. 2 ; 5. 4; 8. 19 ; n. 24; 12. 11 ; Gal.
i. 14 ; 3. 17; 4. 9; 5. 15; Eph. 5. 12 ; Phil. 3. 12; i Th,
1. 4 ; 2. 4, 14, 14 ; 2 Th. 2. 13 ; Heb. 5. 4, 10 ; 7. 7 ; 1 1.
23 ; 12. 3, 5 ; Jas. i. 14 ; 2. 9 ; 3. 4, 6 ; i Pe 2. 4 ; 3 Jo.
12. 12; Jude 12, 17; Rev. 6. 13.
OF fire
Fiery, offire, irvpivos purinos.
Rev. 9. 17 sat on them, having breast plates of fire
OF him, or of himself
Of him or himself, avrov, avrov hautmi, autou.
Eph. i. 17 and revelation in the knowledge of him
Heb. 9. 26 to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself
OF, there
Concerning it, irtpl avrov peri autou.
Matti2. 36 they shall give account thereof in tin-day
OF, where
l.Concerning which, irtpl ^jj peri hes.
Heb. 2. 5 put in subjection the world . . whereof we
2. Concerning certain things, irtpt rivuv peri tinon.
i Ti. i. 7 neither what they say, nor whereof they
[See also Full, plenty, speak, weary.]
OFF
1. From off, "?yD mc-al.
Gen. 24. 64 when she saw Isaac, she lighted off the
2. The face, D j? panim.
Zeph. i. 2 I will utterly consume all. .from off the
i. 3 I will cut. .man from off the land, saith the
3.From, of, away, air6 apo.
Matt26. 58 Peter followed him afar off unto the high
27. 55 many women weretherebeholdingafaroff
Mark 5. 6 when he saw Jesus afar off, he ran and w.
14. 54 Peter followed him afar off, even into the
15. 40 There were also women lookingon afar off
Lukei6. 23 seeth Abraham afar off.andLazarusinhia
John ii. 1 8 Bethany was. .about fifteen furlongs off
Rev. 1 8. 10 Standing afar off for the fear of her torm.
1 8. 15 shall stand afar off for the fear of her to.
1 8. 17 and as many as trade by sea, stood afarotf
4. Out off, IK ek.
Markn. 8 others cut down branches off the trees, and
[See also Afar, beat, branch, break, broken, cast, cast
far, crop, cut, cutting, draw, fall, fallen, far, from,
good way, leave, neck, pluck, pluckt, pull, put, put
ting, rend, remove, ring, scrape, shake, shave, smite,
strip, take, taken, wipe.]
OFFENCE
1 . Sin, Ntpn diet.
Eccl.io. 4 leave not. .yielding pacifleth great often.
2. A stumbling, Sie^O mikshol.
1 Sa. 25. 31 this shall be no. .offence of heart unto my
Isa. 8. 14 stone of stumbling and for a rock of otfe.
3. Sin, error, apapria hamartla.
2 Co. ii. 7 Have I committed an offence iuabasingm.
4. A falling aside or away, irapdirrwfj.a paraptoma.
Rom. 4. 25 Who was delivered for our offences, and
5. 15 But not as the offence, so also (is) the free
5. 15 For if through the offence of one many be
5. 16 the free gift (is) of many offences unto ju.
5. 17 if by one man s offence death reigned by
5. 1 8 Therefore as by the offence of one Q udg.
5. 20 Moreover the law entered, that the offen.
5.A stumbling block, ifp6o-Kofj.fj.a pmskomma.
Rom 14. 20 is) evil for that man who eateth with off.
6.A stumbling block, irpoffKoirri proskope.
2 Co. 6. 3 Giving no offence in any thing, that the
7. A stumbling block, o-KdvSa\ov skandalon.
Matt 1 6. 23 thou art an offence unto me ; for thou sa.
1 8. 7 Woe unto the world because of offences !
1 8. 7 for it must needs be that offences come
18. 7 but woe to that man by whom the offence
Luke 1 7. i It is impossible but that offences will co.
Rom. 9. 33 Behold, I lay in Sion a. .rock of offence
16. 17 mark them which cause divisions and off.
Gal. 5. 1 1 then is the offence of the cross ceased
i Pe. 2. 8 a stone of stumbling, and a rock of offence
OFFENCE, none, void of, without
Not causing to stumble, airpoffKoiros aproskopos.
Acts 24. 16 to have always a conscience void of offe.
i Co. 10. 32 Give none offence, neither to the Jews, nor
Phil. i. 10 that ye may be sincere and without offen.
OFFENCE, to acknowledge
To be guilty, confess guilt, ctrx ashem.
Hos. 5. 15 till they acknowledge their offence, and
OFFEND, to (make to)
I. To be guilty, ce>N ashem.
Jer. 2. 3 all that devour him shall offend ; evil sh.
50. 7 We offend not, because they have sinned
Eze. 25. 12 hath greatly offended, and revenged him.
Hos. 4. 15 let not Judah offend : and come not ye u.
13. i but when he offended in Baal, he died
Hab. i. ii offend, (imputing) this his power unto his
2. Guilt is upon us, *?y n^rx ashmah al.
2Ch. 28. 13 whereas we have offended against the Lo.
OFFEND 710 OFFER
3. To deal treacherously, "139 bagad.
Psa. 73. 15 I should offend (against) the generation
4. To act wickedly, Sjn chabal.
Job 34. 31 meet to be said unto God. .1 will uot otf.
5. To sin, err, miss the mark, pn chata.
Gen. ao. 9 what have I offended thee, that thou hast
40. i had offended their loi d the king of Egypt
2 Ki.iS. 14 saying, I have offended; return from me
Jer. 37. 18 What have I offended against thee, or a.
6. To sin, err, miss the mark, a^aprdvia hatnartanS.
Acts 25. 8 nor yet against Cesar, have I offended any
7. To stumble, fall, irraiu ptaio.
Jas. 2. 10 shall keep the whole law, and yet offend
3. 2 ill many things we offend all. If any., o.
8.7*0 cause to stumble, ffKavSa\i(<a skandnlizd.
Matt. 5. 29 if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out
5. 30 if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off
n. 6 blessed is (he), whosoever shall not be o.
13. 21 when. . persecution ariseth. .he is offended
13. 57 they were offended in him. ButJesussaid
15. 12 Knowest thou that the Pharisees were of.
17. 27 lest we should offend them, go thou to
18. 6 But whoso shall offend one of these little
18. 8 if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut th.
18. 9 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out, and
24. 10 then shall many be offended, and shall b.
26 31 All ye shall be offended because of me t.
26. 33 Thoughall . . be offended, .will I never be o.
Mark 4. 17 when, .persecution ariseth. .they are off.
6. 3 the carpenter. .And they were offended at
9. 42 whosoevershall offend one of (these) little
9. 43 if thy hand offend thee, cut it off : it is b.
9. 45 if thy foot offend thee, cut it otf : it is be.
9. 47 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out : it is
14. 27 All ye shall be offended because of me t.
14. 29 Although all shall be offended, yet (will)
Luke 7. 23 blessed is (he), whosoever shall not be o.
17. 2 than that he should otfend one of these 1.
John 6. 61 he said unto them, Doth this offend you?
16. i spoken unto you, that ye should not be o.
Rom 14. 21 stumbleth, [or is offended], or is made w
1 Co. 8. 13 if meat make my brother to offend, I will
8. 13 eat no flesh, .lest I make my brother to o.
2 Co. 1 1 . 29 Who is weak . . who is offended, and I burn
OFFEND, (no; thing:
A stumbling, stumbling block, V ir;D mikshol.
Psa. 1 19. 165 which love thy law. .nothing shall offend
OFFENDED
To step over, transgress, yy? pasha, 2.
ProviS. 19 A brother offended (is harder to be won)
OFFENDER, (to be or make an)
1. Sinful or erring one, Ktp~ chatta.
i Ki. i. 21 I and my son Solomon shall be counted of.
2. To cause to sin or en; K^.T chata, 5.
Isa. 29. 21 That make a man an offender for a word
3 To be unrighteous, unjust, aS.Kfu adikeS.
Acts 25. 1 1 For if I be an offender, or have committed
OFFENDS, thing that
-4 stumbling block, ffKa.v$a\ot> skanJalon
Matt 1 3. 41 they shall gather, .all things that offend
OFFER, to
1. To slaughter, offer sacrifice, ny\ zabach.
Gen. 31. 54 Then Jacob offered sacrifice upon the m.
46. i offered sacrifices unto the God of his fat.
Exod23- 18 Thou shall not offer the blood of my sac.
Lev. 17. 5 sacrifices, which they offer, .and offer th.
17. 7 they shall no more offer their sacrifices
19. 5 if ye offer a sacrifice . .ye shall offer it at
22. 29 when ye will offer a sacrifice, .offer (it)
Nuni22. 40 Balak offered oxen and sheep, and sent
DeutiS. 3 priests due. .from them that offer a sacr.
27. 7 thou shalt offer peace offerings, and shall
33 19 there they shall offer sacrifices of righte.
Judgi6. 23 gathered them together for to offer a
i Sa. i. 4 when the time was that Klkanah offered
1. 21 weul up to offer unto the LORD the yearly
2. 13 when any man offered sacrifice, the priesls
2. 19 when she came up with her husband to o.
a Sa. 15. 12 A. sent for A. . .while he offered sacrifices
i Ki. 8. 62 all Israel with him, offered sacrifice before
8. 63 Solomon offered a sacrifice, .which he off.
13. 2 upon thee shall he offer the priests of the
1 Ch.is- 26 they offered seven bullocks and seven ra.
2 Ch. 7. 4 the king and all the people offered sacri.
7. 5 kini Solomon offered asacrifice of twenty
15. ii they offered unto the LORD the same time
Neh. 12. 43 Also that day they offered great sacrifices
Psa. 4. 5 Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, and
27. 6 therefore will T offer in his tabernacle s.
50. 14 Offer unto God thanksgiving; and pay thy
50. 23 Whoso offereth praise glorifleth me ; and
116. 17 I will offer to thee the sacrifice of thank.
Isa. 57. 7 {hither wentesl thou up to offer sacrifice
Eze. 20. 28 they offered there their sacrifices, andth.
Jon. i. 16 offered a sacrifice unto the LORD, and m.
2. To slaughter, offer sacrifice, njt zabach, 3.
i Ki.22. 43 the people offered and burnt incense yet
3. Slaughter, sacrifice, ny\ zebach.
Lev. 19. 6 It shall be eaten the same day ye offer it
4. To cause to draw nigh, bring nigh, c*j} nagash, 5.
Amos 5. 25 Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and off.
Mai. i. 7 Ye offer polluted bread upon mine altar
Mai. i. 8 if ye offer the blind . . if ye offer the lame
2. 12 him that offereth an offering unto the L.
3. 3 they may offer unto the LORD an offering
5. To (cause to) wave, offer, >]U nuph, 5.
Exod35. 22 every man that offered, 0>t!Viv<l) an offer.
Num. 8. ii Aaron shall offer the Levites before the
8. 13 offer them (for) an offering unto tin- !. ui.
8. 15 cleanse them, and offer them (for) an off.
8. 21 Aaron offered them (as) an offering before
6. To stretch out to, hy n?} natah al.
1 Ch. 21. 10 Thus saith the LORD, I offer thee three
7. To lift up to, Jy ^ natal al.
2 Sa. 24. 12 Thus saith the LORD. I offer thee three
8. To pour out, 7|P) nasak.
Hos. 9. 4 They shall not offer wine (offerings) to the
9. To cause to pour out, ^pj nasak, 5.
Psa. 16. 4 drink offerings of blood will I not offer
10. To pour out, 7]5J nesak, 3.
Dan. 2. 46 commanded that they should offer an ob.
11. To lift up, t<y) nasa.
Eze. 20. 31 For when ye offer your gifts, when ye m.
12. To give, jnj nathan.
-Num 1 8. 12 first fruits of them which they shall offe.
Eze. 6. i3the place where they did offersweel savour
13. To ascend, rtty alah.
i Sa. 2. 28 to offer upon mine altar, to burn incense
14.7*0 cause to go up, rfty alah, 5.
Gen. 8. 20 and offered burnt offerings on the altar
22. 2 offer him there for a burnt offering upon
22. 13 offered him up for a burnt offering in the
Exodj4. 5 he sent young men. .which offered burnt
30. 9 Ye shall offer no strange incense thereon
32. 6 rose up. .and offered bunil offerings, and
40. 29 offered upon it the burnt offering, and the
Lev. 14. 20 the priest shall offer the burnt offering
17. 8 that offereth a burnt offering or sacrifice
Nuni23. 2, 4 offered on (every)altar a bullock and a ram
23. 14, 30 offered a bullock and a ram on (every)
Deut 12. 13 offer not thy burnt offerings in every pla.
12. 14 there thou shalt offer thy burnt offerings
27. 6 thou shalt offer burnt offerings thereon
Josh. 8. 3 1 they offered thereon burnt offerings unto
22. 23 to offer thereon burnt offering or meat of.
Judg. 6. 26 offer a burnt sacrifice wilh the wood of
n. 31 and I will offer it up for a burnt offering
13. 16 if thou wilt offer, .thou must offer it unto
13. 19 and offered (it) upon a rock unlo the LORD
20. 26 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
21. 4 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
1 Sa. 6. 14 offered the kiue a burnt offering unto the
6. 15 offered burnt offerings and sacrificed sa.
7. 9 Samuel took a sucking lamb, and offered
7. 10 as Samuel was offering up the burnt offe
10. 8 I will come down unto thee, to offer burnt
13. 9 And Saul, .offered Ihe burnt offering
13. 10 as soon as he had made an end of offering
13. 12 I forced myself therefore, and offered a b.
2 Sa. 6. 1 7 David offered burnt offerings and peace o.
6. 1 8 as soon as David had made an end of off.
24. 22 Let my lord the king take and offer up
24. 24 neither will I offer burnt offerings unto
24. 25 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
1 Ki. 3. 4 athousandburntofferiugsdidS.offerupon
3 15 offered up burnt offerings, and offered p.
9. 25 three times in a yeardid Solomon offer b.
12. 32 ordained a feast, .he offered upon the al.
12. 33 So he offered upon the altar which he had
12. 33 offered upon Ihe allar, and burnt incense
2 Ki. 3. 27 and offered him. .a burnt offering upon
16. 12 the king approached to the altar, and off.
1 Ch.ifi. 2 when David had made an end of offering
16. 40 To offer burnt offerings unto the LORD up
21. 24 I will not. .offer burnt offerings without
21. 26 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
33. 31 to offer all burnt sacrifices unto the LORD
29. 21 and offered burnt offerings unto the LORD
2 Ch. i. 6 offered a thousand burnt offerings upon
4. 6 such things as they offered for the burnt.
8. 12 Then Solomonoffered burnt offerings unto
8. 13 offering according to the commandment
23. 18 to offer the burnt offering of Ihe LORD, as
24. 14 vessels, .to offer, .and they offered burnt
29. 7 have not. .offered burnt offerings in the
29-_i i commanded . . co offer . . on the altar of the
29. 27 Hezekiah commanded to offer the burnt o.
29. 29 when they had made an end of offering, the
35. 14 the sonsof Aaron(werebusied)inott<>iiii
35. 16 to offer burnt offerings upon the altar of
Ezra 3. 2 to offer burnt offerings thereon, as.. writ.
3. 3 they offered burnt offering thereon unto
3. 6 to offer burnt offerings unto the LORD
Job i. 5 and offered burnt offerings, .to the num.
42. 8 and offer up for yourselves a burnt offer.
Psa. 51. 19 then shall they offer bullocks upon thine
66. 15 I will offer unto thee .. I will offer bullocks
Isa. 57. 6 to them .thou hast offered a meat offering
66. 3 he that offereth an oblation . . swine s
Jer. 14. 12 when they offer burnt offering and an
33. 18 want a man before me to offer burnt off.
48. 35 him that offereth in the high places, and
Eze. 43. 18 to offer burnt otfi-rings thereon, and to
43. 24 they shall offer them up. .a burnt offering
Amos 5.22 Though ye offer me burnt offerings and
15. To do, make, nyy asah.
Exod2<;. 36 And thou shalt offer every day a bullo/k
29. 38 Now this (is that) which thou shalt oftcr
Exod2g. 39 The one lamb thou shalt offer in the mor.
29. 39, 41 and the other lamb thou shalt offer at
Lev. 5. 10 he shall offerthe second, .a burnt offering
6. 22 the priest.. that is anointed. .shall offer it
9. 7 offer thy sin offering, .offer the offering of
9. 16 and offered it according to the manner
14. 19 the priest shall offer the sin offering, and
14. 30 he shall offer the one of the turtle doves
15. 15 priest shall offer them, the oae. .a sin of.
15. 30 the priest shall offer the one. .a sin offer.
16. 9 Aaron shall bring the goat, .and offer him
16. 24 come forth, and offer his burnt offering
17. 9 briugeth it not. .to offer it unto the LOUD
22. 23 that mayest thou offer, .a free will offer.
23. 12 ye shall offer that day when ye wave the
Num. 6. ii the priest shall offer the one fora sin off.
6. 16 the priest, .shall offer his sin offering, and
6. 17 shall offer the ram. .shall offer also hism.
Josh. 22. 23 or if to offer peace offerings thereon, let the
Judg 13. 16 if thou wilt offer a burnt offering, thou
1 Ki. 3. 15 offered up burnt offerings, and offered p.
8. 64 there he offered burnt offerings, and meat
2 Ki. 5. 17 thy servant will henceforth offer neither
10. 24 when they went in to offer sacrifices and
2 Ch. 7. 7 there he offered burnt offerings, and tlu-
Psa. 66. 15 I will offer bullocks with goats. Selah
16. To make per-fume, offer incense, 13,7 qatar, 5.
Js unii6. 40 that no stranger, .come near to offer inc.
i Ch. 6. 49 Aaron and his sons offered upon the altar
17. To be or bring near, a^jj qarab.
Lev. 16. i when they offered before the LORD, and
18.7*0 cause to come near, 3-][j qarab, 5.
Lev. i. 3 let him offer a male, .he shall offer it of
2. i when any will offer a meat offering unto
2. 12 ye shall offer them unto the LORD : but
2. 13 with all thine offerings thou shall offer s.
2. 14 if thou offer a meat offering . . thou shalt o.
3. i if he offer (it) of the herd . . he shall offer
3. 3, 9 he shall offer of the sacrifice of the pe.
3. 6 male or female, he shall offer it without
3. 7 If he offer a lamb . . then shall he offer it
3. 12 goat, then he shall offer it before the Lo
3. 14 And he shall offer thereof his offering
4. 14 shall offera youngbullock for the sin, and
5. 8 shall offer (that) which (is) for the sin ot
6. 14 the sons of Aaron shall utfer it before the
6. 20 which they shall offer unto Ihe LORD in
6. 21 baken pieces, .shall thou offer, .a sweet
7. 3 And he shall offer of it all the fat thereof
7. 8 the priesl that offereth any man s burnt
7. 8 the burnt offering which he hath offered
7. 9 all . . shall be the priest s that offereth it
7. 1 1 of the sacrifice . . which he shall offer unto
7. 12 If he offer il for a thanksgiving, then
j. 12 he shall offer with the sacrifice of thank.
7. 13 he shall offer, .his offering unleavened b.
7. 14 of it he shall offer one out of the whole
7. 1 6 the same day thai he offereth his sacrifice
7. 1 8 shall it be imputed unto him that offereth
7. 25 men offer an offeringjmade by fire unto the
7. 29 He that offereth the sacrifice of his peace
7. 33 that offereth the blood of the peace offer.
7. 38 commanded the children of Israel to offer
9. 2 Take thee . . and offer (them) before the L.
10. i offered strange fire before Ihe LOKD, which
10. 19 this day have they offered their sin offer.
1 2. 7 Who shall offer it before the LORD, and
14. 12 the priest shall take one he lamb, and of.
16. 6 Aaron shall offer his bullock of the sin o.
17. 4 to offer an offering unto the LORD before
21. 6 (and) the bread of their God, they do offer
21. 8 for he offereth the bread of thy God : he
21. 17 let him not approach to offer the bread of
21. 21 shall come nigh to offer the offerings of the
21.21 he shall not come nigh to offer the bread
22. 18 thai will offer his oblalion for all his vows
22. 18 which they will offer unto the LORD for a
22. 20 hathablemish,(that)shallyenot offer; for
22. 21 whosoever offereth a sacrifice of peace otf.
22. 22 ye shall nolofferlhese unlo the LORD, nor
22. 24 ye shall nol offer unlo Ihe LORD that wh.
22. 25 shall ye offer the bread of your God of any
23. 8, 25, 27, 36, 36, 37 offer an offering made by
23. 1 6 ye shall offer a new meat offering unto
23. 1 8 ye shall offer with the bread seven lambs
27. 1 1 of which they do not offer a sacrifice unto
Num. 3. 4 when they offered strange fire before the
5. 25 and shall wave, .and offer it upon tin al.
6. 14 he shall offer his offering unto the LORD
7. 2 That the princes of Israel, heads, .offered
7. 10 the princes offered for dedication of the
7. 10 the princes offered their offering before
7. ii They shall offer their offering, each prince
7. 12 he that offered his offering the first day
7. 18 On the second day Nethaneel. .did offer
7. 19 He offered (for) his offering one silver c.
9. 7 lhat we may uot offer an offering of the
15. 4 Then shall he thai offereth his offering
15. 7 for a drink offering thou shalt offer the
16. 35 and consumed the . . men thai offered in.
16. 38 they offered them before the LORD, ther
16. 39 wherewith they that were burnt had off
26. 61 when they offered strange fire before the
28. 2 shall ye observe to offer unto me in their
28. 3 the offering, .which ye shall offeruntothe
28. ii ye shall offer a burnt offering unto the L.
28 19 Bui ye shall offer a sacrifice made by fire
28. 27 But ye shall offer the burnt offering for a
29. 8 But ye shall offer a burnt offering unto the
39- >3. 36 ye shall offer a burnt offering, a sacr.
OFFER 11 OFFERING
Judg. 3. 18 when he had mad. :in end to offer the p.
i Ch.io. i they offered burnt iirritli es and peace o.
i 011.35. is to offer unto the LORD, as (it is) written
Ezra 8. 35 offered burnt offerings unto the God of
P.I.I. 72. 10 kings of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts
E/.O. 43. 2-2 on the second day tliou shalt offer a kid
43.23 tlinii shall uttVr :i young bullock without
43. 24 tliou shalt dtfer them before the LORD
44. 7 when ye offer my bread, the fat and the
44. 15 they shall stand before me to offer unto
44. 27 he shall offer his sin offering, saith theL.
46. 4 the burnt offering that the prince shall o.
Hag. 2. 14 and that which they offer there (is) uncl.
Mai. i. 8 offer it now unto thy governor; will he
19. To bring near, nip qereb, 3.
Ezra 7. 17 offer them upon the altar of the house of
20. To cause to come near, nip qereb, 5.
Ezra 6. 10 That they may offer sacrifices of sweet sa.
6. 17 offered at the dedication of this house of
. 21. To cause to lift up, on rum, 5.
Exod35. 24 Everyone that did offer an offering of ail.
Lev. 22. 15 the holy things., which they offer unto the
NuraiS. 19 which, .children of IsraelofferuntotheL.
18. 24 which they offer (as) an heave offering
18. 28 Thus ye also shall offer au heave offering
18. 29 all.your gifts ye shall offer every heave off.
Ezra 8. 25 the offering, .which the king, .had offered
Eze. 45. i ye shall offer an oblation unto the LORD
45. 13 This (is) the oblation that ye shall offer
48. 8 shall be the offering which ye shall offer
48. 9 The oblation that ye shall otfer unto the
48. 20 ye shall offer the holy oblation four squa.
22. To slaughter, any shachat.
Exod34. 25 Thou shalt not offer the blood of my sac.
23. To lead up, avayw anago.
Acts 7. 41 offered sacrifice unto the idol, and rejoiced
24. To bear up, avatyepu anaphero.
Heb. 1 3. 15 By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice
Jas. 2. 21 when he had offered Isaac his son upon the
25. To give, St&wjui didiimi.
Luke 2. 24 to offer a sacrifice according to that wh.
Rev. 8. 3 that he should offer (it) with the prayers
26. To bear toward, irpo<r<pepa> prosphero.
Matt. 5. 24 be reconciled, .then come and offerthy g.
8. 4 offer the gift that Moses commanded, for
Mark i. 44 offer for thy cleansing those things which
Luke 5. 14 offerforthy cleansing, according as Moses
23. 36 coming to him, and offering him vinegar
Acts 7. 42 have ye offered to me slain beasts andsa.
8. 18 And when Simon saw. .he offered them
Heb. 5. i that he may offer both gifts and sacrifices
5. 3 he ought, .alsoforhimself.toofferforsins
8. 3 every high priest is ordained to offer gifts
8. 3 that this man have somewhat also to offer
8. 4 that there are priests that offer gifts
9. 7 which he offered for himself, and. .v. 9.
9. 14 who., offered himself without spot to God
q. 25 Nor yet that he should offer himself often
10. i with those sacrifices which they offered
jo. ii offering oftentimes the same sacrifices, w.
ic. 12 after be had offered one sacrifice for sins
n. 4 By faith Abel offered unto God a more ex.
27. To give upon or besides, einSiSw/ut epididomi.
Luken. 12 Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer him
28. To hold near, trapex * parecho.
Luke 6. 29 unto him that smiteth .. offer also theot.
OFFER up, to, unto, to
1. To cause to he high or lifted up, en rum, 5.
Num 15. 19 ye shall offer up an heave offering unto
15. 20 Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of your
18. 26 ye shall offer up an heave offering of it
31. 52 gold of the offering that they offered up to
2. To bear up or again, avatpepca anaphero.
Heb. 7. 27 Who needeth not. .to offer up sacrifice
7. 27 for this he did once, when he offered up
i Pe. 2. 5 to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable
3. To bear toward, irpofftpepca prosphero.
Heb. 5. 7 when he had offered up prayers and sup.
IT. 17 offered up Isaac, .offered up his only be.
OFFER for si*, to
To offer a sin offering, N^rt chata, 3.
Lev. 6. 26 The priest that offereth it for sin shall eat
9. 15 slew it, and offered it for sin, as the first
OFFER (selves) freely or willingly, to
I.To show self ivilling hearted, nnj nadab, 7.
Judg. 5. 2 when the people willingly offered thems.
5. 9 that offered themselves willingly among
1 Ch.2Q. 6 the chief of the fathers, .offered willingly
29. 9 rejoiced, for that they offered willingly
29. 9 because, .they offered willingly to the L.
tg. 14 that we should be able to offer so willingly
29. 17 I have willingly offered all these things
29. 17 seen with joy thy people, .to offer willin.
2 Ch.i7. 16 who willingly offered himself unto the L.
Ezra i. 6 And. .besides all (that) was willingly off.
2. 68 offered freely for the house of God to set
3. 5 every one that willingly offered a free will
Neh. ii. 2 the men that willingly offered themselves
2. To b/> offered willingly, 3nj nedab, 4.
Ezra 7. 15 have freely offered unto the God of Israel
7. 16 offering willingly forthehouseof theirG.
OFFER incense or sacrifice, to
I. To make perfume, offer incense, "ISJJ qatar, 3.
Jer. ii. 17 to provoke me to anger, in offering ince.
32. 29 upon whose roofs they have offered ince.
Amos 4. 5 offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving with lea.
2. To slaughter, offer sacrifice, ny\ debach.
Ezra 6. 3 the place where they offered sacrifices, and
OFFERED, to be (ready to b)
l.Tobe brought or caused to come nigh, B>:j nagash, 6.
Mai. i. ii in every place incense (shall be) offered
2. To go up, rhy alah.
a Ki. 3. 20 when the meat offering was offered, that
3. To be brought or caused to go up, rhy alah, 6.
Judg. 6. 28 second bullock was offered upon the altar
4.7V) be made, done, njfj; asah, 2.
Nuni28. 24 After this manner ye shall offer daily
5.A heare offering, npnn terumah.
Eze. 48. I2 (this) oblation of the land that is offered
6. What is brought near, J^nfl qorban.
Lev. 7. 15 be eaten the same day that it is offered
7. To bear toward, irpoartytpto prosphero.
Acts 21. 26 offering should be offered for every one
Heb. 9. 28 So Christ was once offered to bear the s.
10. 2 would they not have ceased to be offered?
10. 8 burnt offerings . . which are offered by the
8. To be poured out, o-ireVSo/itu spendomai.
Phil. 2. 17 Yea, and if I be offered upon the sacrifice
2 Ti. 4. 6 For I am now ready to be offered, and the
OFFERED (in sacrifice) to idols, meats or things
Any ti u ny sacrificed to an idol, ei$<a\6Qv-rov eido.
Acts 15. 29 That ye abstain from meats offered to id.
21. 25 keep themselves from (things) offered to i.
1 Co. 8. i Now as touching things offered unto idols
8. 4 things that are offered in sacrifice unto i.
8. 7 eat (it) as a thing offered unto an idol; and
8. 10 eat those things which are offered to idols
10. 19 or that which is offered in sacrifice to id.
10. 28 This is offered in sacrifice unto idols, eat
Rev. 2. 14 to eat things sacrificed unto idols, and to
2. 20 seduce., to eat things sacrificed unto idols
OFFERED things
Work, deed, ntyy.Q maaseh.
2 Ch. 4. 6 such things as they offered for the burni
OFFERING
I. Slaughter, sacrifice, naj zebach.
Exod24. 5 sacrificed peace offerings of oxen unto the
Lev. 17. 5 offer them (for) peace offerings unto the L.
Josh. 22. 23 or if to offer peace offerings thereon, let
2 Ch.3o. 22 offering peace offerings, and making con.
33. 16 sacrificed thereon peace offerings and th.
Prov. 7. 14 (I have) peace offerings with me; this day
^.Offering, present, nnjp minchah.
Gen. 4. 3 that Cain brought .. an offering unto the
4. 4 had respect unto Abel and to his offering
4. 5 unto Cain and to his offering he had not
Num. 5. 15 an offering of jealousy, an offering of m.
5. 1 8 put the offering of memorial in her hands
5. 1 8 which (is) the jealousy offering : and the
5. 25 the priest shall take the jealousy offering
5. 25 shall wave the offering before the LORD
5. 26 the priest shall take an handful of the o.
16. 15 Respect not thou their offering : I have
i Sa. 2.17 for men abhorred the offering of the LORD
2. 29 Wherefore kick ye . . at mine offering, wh.
2. 29 the chiefest of all the offerings of Israel
3. 14 not be purged with sacrifice nor offering
26. 19 let him accept an offering : but if(they be)
i Ch.i6 29 bring an offering, and come before him
Psa. 20. 3 Remember all thy offerings, and accept
40. 6 Sacrifice and offering thou didst not des.
06. Sbringan offering, and come into his courts
Isa. 43. 23 not caused thee to serve with an offering
66. 20 they shall bring all your brethren, .an of.
66. 20 bring an offering in a clean vessel into the
Jer. 41. 5 with offerings and incense in their hand
Amos 5. 25 Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and o.
Zeph. 3. 10 the daughter, .shall bring mine offering
Mai. i. 10 neither will I accept an offering at your
i. ii (shall be) offered., and a pure offering: for
1. 13 thus ye brought an offering: should I ac.
2. 12 him that offereth an offering unto the L.
2. 13 insomuch that heregardeth not the offer.
3. 3 that they may offer unto the LORD an off.
3. 4 Then shall the offering of Judah and Jer.
3. Going up, nhy alah (infin. ).
i Ki. 1 8. 29 prophesied until the (time) of the offering
18. 36 it came to pass at . . the offering of the . . s.
4. To cause to go M/>, n^y alah, 5 (infin.).
1 Sa. 13. 10 as soon as he had made an end of offering
2 Sa. 6. 1 8 as soon as David had made an end of off.
1 Ch. 16. 2 when David had made an end of offering
2 Ch. 8. 13 offering according to the commandment
29 29 when they had made an end of offering, the
35. 14 the sons of Aaron (were busied) in offering
5. To do, make, n-;-^ asah (infin. ).
Lev. 9 22 and came down from offering of the sin o.
2 Ki 10. 25 as soon as he had made an end of offering
6.7*0 briny or cause to come near, 2-i$qarab, 5(infin.).
Xumis 13 do these things after this manner in off.
7. What is brought near, |3")|7 qorban.
Lev. i. 2 If any man of you bring an offering unto
Lev. i. 2 ye shall bring your offering of the cattle
i. 3 If his offering (be) a burnt sacrifice of the
i. 10 if his offering (be) of the flocks, (namely)
i. 14 the burnt sacrifice for his offering to the
1. 14 he shall bring his offering of turtle doves
2. i when any will offer a meat offering unto
2. i his offering shall be (of) fine flour ; and he
2. 13 with all thine offerings thou shalt offer
3. 2, 8 lay his hand upon the head of his offer.
3. 6 And if his offering for a sacrifice of peace
3. 7 If he offer a lamb for his offering, then
3. 12 if his offering (be) a goat, then he shall of.
3. 14 he shall offer thereof his offering, (even)
4. 23, 28 he shall bring his offering, a kid of
4. 32 if he bring a lamb for a sin offering, he
5. ii he that sinned shall bring for his offering
6. 20 This (is) the offering of Aaron, and of his
7. 13 he shall offer, .his offering leavened bread
7. 16 if the sacrifice of his offering (be) a vow
9. 7 offer the offering of the people, and make
9. 15 he brought the people s offering, and took
17. 4 to offer an offering unto the LORD before
22. 27 it shall be accepted for an offering made
23. 14 thatyehave broughtan offering unto your
27. 9 whereof men bring an offering unto the L.
Num. 5. 15 he shall bring her offering for her, the t.
6. 14 he shall offer his offering unto the LORD
6. 21 his offering unto the LORD for his separa.
7. 3 they brought their offering before the L.
7. 10 the princes offered their offering before
7. ii They shall offer their offering, each prince
7. 12 he that offered his offering the first day
7. 13 his offering (was) one silver charger, the
7. 1 7 this (was) the offering of Nahshon the son
7. 19 Heoffered. .hisofferingonesilverchargw
7. 23 this (was) the offering of Xethaneel the
7. 25 His offering, .one silver charger, the wei.
[So in v. 31, 37, 43, 49, S5> 61, 67, 73, 79.]
7. 29 this (was) the offering of . .the son of
[So in v. 35, 41, 47, 53, 59, 65, 71, 77, 83.]
9. 7 that we may not offer an offering of the
9. 13 because he brought not the offering of the
15. 4 Then shall he that offereth his offering
15. 25 they shall bring their offering, a sacrifice
28. 2 My offering, .my bread for my sacrifices
Eze. 20. 28 presented the provocation of theiroffering
40. 43 upon the tables (was) the flesh of the off
8. What is brought near, jyip. qurban.
Neh. 10. 34 we cast the lots, .for the wood offering
13. 31 for the wood offering, at times appointed
9.A wave offering, n^up tenuphah.
Exod35. 22 offered. . an offering of gold unto the LORD
38. 24 the gold of the offering, was twenty and
38. 29 the brass of the offering (was) seventy tal.
Num. 8. ii an offering of the children of Israel, that
8. 13 and offer them. .an offering unto the LORD
8. 15 cleanse them, and offer them, .an offering
8. 21 Aaron offered them..an offering before the
10.^4 heave offering, r\QT$ terumah.
Exod2s. 2 Speak, .that they bring me an offering
25. 2 of every man . .ye shall take my offering
25. 3 this (is) the offering which ye shall take
30. 13 an half shekel (shall be) the offering of the
30. 14 Every one . . shall give an offering unto the
30. 15 when {they) give an offering unto the Lo.
35. 5 Take ye from among you an offering unto
35. s let him bring it, an offering of the LORD
35. 21 they brought the LORD S offering to the w.
35. 24 Every one that did offer an offering of sil.
35. 24 andbrass,broughttheLoRD soffering:and
36. 3 they received of Moses all the offering wh.
36. 6 make any more work for the offering of
Lev. 22. 12 she may not eat of an offering of the holy
Num. 5. 9 every offering of all the holy things of the
31. 52 all the gold of the offering that theyoffe.
2 Sa. i. 21 rain upon you, nor fields of offerings : for
2 Ch.3i. 10 began to bring the offerings into the house
31. 12 brought in the offerings and the tithes
31. 14 (was) over the free will offerings of God
Ezra 8. 25 theofferingof the house of our God, which
Neh. 10. 37 our offerings, and the fruit of all manner
10. 39 children of Levi shall bring the offering
12. 44 were some appointed, .for the offerings
13. 5 the tithes, .and the offerings of the priests
Eze. 20. 40 there will I require your offerings, and
48. 8 shall be the offering which ye shall offer
Mai. 3. 8 Wherein have we robbed thee? In . . offer.
11. .4 gift, Swpov doron.
Luke2i. 4 all these have, .cast in unto the offerings
12. What is borne forward or toward, -npofffyopa..
Acts 21. 26 until that an offering should be offered
24. 17 came to bring alms to my nation, and off.
Eph. 5. 2 hath given himself for us an offering and
Heb. 10. 5 Sacrifice and offering thou wouldest not
10. 8 Sacrifice and offering and burnt offerings
10. 10 through the offering of the body of Jesus
10. 14 For by one offering he hath perfected for
10. 1 8 Now. .(there is) no more offering for sin
[See also Burnt, drink, free, freewill, heave, meat, passover,
peace, sin, thank, trespass, voluntary, wave, whole,
willing.]
OFFERING up
I. To cause to go up, nty alah, 5.
i Sa. 7. 10 as Samuel was offering up the burnt offe.
2. What is borne forward or toward, irpocrQopd.
Kom.is-

treacherously, "139 bagad.
Psa. 73. 15 I should offend (against) the generation
4. To act wickedly, Sjn chabal.
Job 34. 31 meet to be said unto God. .1 will uot otf.
5. To sin, err, miss the mark, pn chata.
Gen. ao. 9 what have I offended thee, that thou hast
40. i had offended their loi d the king of Egypt
2 Ki.iS. 14 saying, I have offended; return from me
Jer. 37. 18 What have I offended against thee, or a.
6. To sin, err, miss the mark, a^aprdvia hatnartanS.
Acts 25. 8 nor yet against Cesar, have I offended any
7. To stumble, fall, irraiu ptaio.
Jas. 2. 10 shall keep the whole law, and yet offend
3. 2 ill many things we offend all. If any., o.
8.7*0 cause to stumble, ffKavSa\i(<a skandnlizd.
Matt. 5. 29 if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out
5. 30 if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off
n. 6 blessed is (he), whosoever shall not be o.
13. 21 when. . persecution ariseth. .he is offended
13. 57 they were offended in him. ButJesussaid
15. 12 Knowest thou that the Pharisees were of.
17. 27 lest we should offend them, go thou to
18. 6 But whoso shall offend one of these little
18. 8 if thy hand or thy foot offend thee, cut th.
18. 9 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out, and
24. 10 then shall many be offended, and shall b.
26 31 All ye shall be offended because of me t.
26. 33 Thoughall . . be offended, .will I never be o.
Mark 4. 17 when, .persecution ariseth. .they are off.
6. 3 the carpenter. .And they were offended at
9. 42 whosoevershall offend one of (these) little
9. 43 if thy hand offend thee, cut it off : it is b.
9. 45 if thy foot offend thee, cut it otf : it is be.
9. 47 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out : it is
14. 27 All ye shall be offended because of me t.
14. 29 Although all shall be offended, yet (will)
Luke 7. 23 blessed is (he), whosoever shall not be o.
17. 2 than that he should otfend one of these 1.
John 6. 61 he said unto them, Doth this offend you?
16. i spoken unto you, that ye should not be o.
Rom 14. 21 stumbleth, [or is offended], or is made w
1 Co. 8. 13 if meat make my brother to offend, I will
8. 13 eat no flesh, .lest I make my brother to o.
2 Co. 1 1 . 29 Who is weak . . who is offended, and I burn
OFFEND, (no; thing:
A stumbling, stumbling block, V ir;D mikshol.
Psa. 1 19. 165 which love thy law. .nothing shall offend
OFFENDED
To step over, transgress, yy? pasha, 2.
ProviS. 19 A brother offended (is harder to be won)
OFFENDER, (to be or make an)
1. Sinful or erring one, Ktp~ chatta.
i Ki. i. 21 I and my son Solomon shall be counted of.
2. To cause to sin or en; K^.T chata, 5.
Isa. 29. 21 That make a man an offender for a word
3 To be unrighteous, unjust, aS.Kfu adikeS.
Acts 25. 1 1 For if I be an offender, or have committed
OFFENDS, thing that
-4 stumbling block, ffKa.v$a\ot> skanJalon
Matt 1 3. 41 they shall gather, .all things that offend
OFFER, to
1. To slaughter, offer sacrifice, ny\ zabach.
Gen. 31. 54 Then Jacob offered sacrifice upon the m.
46. i offered sacrifices unto the God of his fat.
Exod23- 18 Thou shall not offer the blood of my sac.
Lev. 17. 5 sacrifices, which they offer, .and offer th.
17. 7 they shall no more offer their sacrifices
19. 5 if ye offer a sacrifice . .ye shall offer it at
22. 29 when ye will offer a sacrifice, .offer (it)
Nuni22. 40 Balak offered oxen and sheep, and sent
DeutiS. 3 priests due. .from them that offer a sacr.
27. 7 thou shalt offer peace offerings, and shall
33 19 there they shall offer sacrifices of righte.
Judgi6. 23 gathered them together for to offer a
i Sa. i. 4 when the time was that Klkanah offered
1. 21 weul up to offer unto the LORD the yearly
2. 13 when any man offered sacrifice, the priesls
2. 19 when she came up with her husband to o.
a Sa. 15. 12 A. sent for A. . .while he offered sacrifices
i Ki. 8. 62 all Israel with him, offered sacrifice before
8. 63 Solomon offered a sacrifice, .which he off.
13. 2 upon thee shall he offer the priests of the
1 Ch.is- 26 they offered seven bullocks and seven ra.
2 Ch. 7. 4 the king and all the people offered sacri.
7. 5 kini Solomon offered asacrifice of twenty
15. ii they offered unto the LORD the same time
Neh. 12. 43 Also that day they offered great sacrifices
Psa. 4. 5 Offer the sacrifices of righteousness, and
27. 6 therefore will T offer in his tabernacle s.
50. 14 Offer unto God thanksgiving; and pay thy
50. 23 Whoso offereth praise glorifleth me ; and
116. 17 I will offer to thee the sacrifice of thank.
Isa. 57. 7 {hither wentesl thou up to offer sacrifice
Eze. 20. 28 they offered there their sacrifices, andth.
Jon. i. 16 offered a sacrifice unto the LORD, and m.
2. To slaughter, offer sacrifice, njt zabach, 3.
i Ki.22. 43 the people offered and burnt incense yet
3. Slaughter, sacrifice, ny\ zebach.
Lev. 19. 6 It shall be eaten the same day ye offer it
4. To cause to draw nigh, bring nigh, c*j} nagash, 5.
Amos 5. 25 Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and off.
Mai. i. 7 Ye offer polluted bread upon mine altar
Mai. i. 8 if ye offer the blind . . if ye offer the lame
2. 12 him that offereth an offering unto the L.
3. 3 they may offer unto the LORD an offering
5. To (cause to) wave, offer, >]U nuph, 5.
Exod35. 22 every man that offered, 0>t!Viv<l) an offer.
Num. 8. ii Aaron shall offer the Levites before the
8. 13 offer them (for) an offering unto tin- !. ui.
8. 15 cleanse them, and offer them (for) an off.
8. 21 Aaron offered them (as) an offering before
6. To stretch out to, hy n?} natah al.
1 Ch. 21. 10 Thus saith the LORD, I offer thee three
7. To lift up to, Jy ^ natal al.
2 Sa. 24. 12 Thus saith the LORD. I offer thee three
8. To pour out, 7|P) nasak.
Hos. 9. 4 They shall not offer wine (offerings) to the
9. To cause to pour out, ^pj nasak, 5.
Psa. 16. 4 drink offerings of blood will I not offer
10. To pour out, 7]5J nesak, 3.
Dan. 2. 46 commanded that they should offer an ob.
11. To lift up, t<y) nasa.
Eze. 20. 31 For when ye offer your gifts, when ye m.
12. To give, jnj nathan.
-Num 1 8. 12 first fruits of them which they shall offe.
Eze. 6. i3the place where they did offersweel savour
13. To ascend, rtty alah.
i Sa. 2. 28 to offer upon mine altar, to burn incense
14.7*0 cause to go up, rfty alah, 5.
Gen. 8. 20 and offered burnt offerings on the altar
22. 2 offer him there for a burnt offering upon
22. 13 offered him up for a burnt offering in the
Exodj4. 5 he sent young men. .which offered burnt
30. 9 Ye shall offer no strange incense thereon
32. 6 rose up. .and offered bunil offerings, and
40. 29 offered upon it the burnt offering, and the
Lev. 14. 20 the priest shall offer the burnt offering
17. 8 that offereth a burnt offering or sacrifice
Nuni23. 2, 4 offered on (every)altar a bullock and a ram
23. 14, 30 offered a bullock and a ram on (every)
Deut 12. 13 offer not thy burnt offerings in every pla.
12. 14 there thou shalt offer thy burnt offerings
27. 6 thou shalt offer burnt offerings thereon
Josh. 8. 3 1 they offered thereon burnt offerings unto
22. 23 to offer thereon burnt offering or meat of.
Judg. 6. 26 offer a burnt sacrifice wilh the wood of
n. 31 and I will offer it up for a burnt offering
13. 16 if thou wilt offer, .thou must offer it unto
13. 19 and offered (it) upon a rock unlo the LORD
20. 26 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
21. 4 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
1 Sa. 6. 14 offered the kiue a burnt offering unto the
6. 15 offered burnt offerings and sacrificed sa.
7. 9 Samuel took a sucking lamb, and offered
7. 10 as Samuel was offering up the burnt offe
10. 8 I will come down unto thee, to offer burnt
13. 9 And Saul, .offered Ihe burnt offering
13. 10 as soon as he had made an end of offering
13. 12 I forced myself therefore, and offered a b.
2 Sa. 6. 1 7 David offered burnt offerings and peace o.
6. 1 8 as soon as David had made an end of off.
24. 22 Let my lord the king take and offer up
24. 24 neither will I offer burnt offerings unto
24. 25 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
1 Ki. 3. 4 athousandburntofferiugsdidS.offerupon
3 15 offered up burnt offerings, and offered p.
9. 25 three times in a yeardid Solomon offer b.
12. 32 ordained a feast, .he offered upon the al.
12. 33 So he offered upon the altar which he had
12. 33 offered upon Ihe allar, and burnt incense
2 Ki. 3. 27 and offered him. .a burnt offering upon
16. 12 the king approached to the altar, and off.
1 Ch.ifi. 2 when David had made an end of offering
16. 40 To offer burnt offerings unto the LORD up
21. 24 I will not. .offer burnt offerings without
21. 26 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
33. 31 to offer all burnt sacrifices unto the LORD
29. 21 and offered burnt offerings unto the LORD
2 Ch. i. 6 offered a thousand burnt offerings upon
4. 6 such things as they offered for the burnt.
8. 12 Then Solomonoffered burnt offerings unto
8. 13 offering according to the commandment
23. 18 to offer the burnt offering of Ihe LORD, as
24. 14 vessels, .to offer, .and they offered burnt
29. 7 have not. .offered burnt offerings in the
29-_i i commanded . . co offer . . on the altar of the
29. 27 Hezekiah commanded to offer the burnt o.
29. 29 when they had made an end of offering, the
35. 14 the sonsof Aaron(werebusied)inott<>iiii
35. 16 to offer burnt offerings upon the altar of
Ezra 3. 2 to offer burnt offerings thereon, as.. writ.
3. 3 they offered burnt offering thereon unto
3. 6 to offer burnt offerings unto the LORD
Job i. 5 and offered burnt offerings, .to the num.
42. 8 and offer up for yourselves a burnt offer.
Psa. 51. 19 then shall they offer bullocks upon thine
66. 15 I will offer unto thee .. I will offer bullocks
Isa. 57. 6 to them .thou hast offered a meat offering
66. 3 he that offereth an oblation . . swine s
Jer. 14. 12 when they offer burnt offering and an
33. 18 want a man before me to offer burnt off.
48. 35 him that offereth in the high places, and
Eze. 43. 18 to offer burnt otfi-rings thereon, and to
43. 24 they shall offer them up. .a burnt offering
Amos 5.22 Though ye offer me burnt offerings and
15. To do, make, nyy asah.
Exod2<;. 36 And thou shalt offer every day a bullo/k
29. 38 Now this (is that) which thou shalt oftcr
Exod2g. 39 The one lamb thou shalt offer in the mor.
29. 39, 41 and the other lamb thou shalt offer at
Lev. 5. 10 he shall offerthe second, .a burnt offering
6. 22 the priest.. that is anointed. .shall offer it
9. 7 offer thy sin offering, .offer the offering of
9. 16 and offered it according to the manner
14. 19 the priest shall offer the sin offering, and
14. 30 he shall offer the one of the turtle doves
15. 15 priest shall offer them, the oae. .a sin of.
15. 30 the priest shall offer the one. .a sin offer.
16. 9 Aaron shall bring the goat, .and offer him
16. 24 come forth, and offer his burnt offering
17. 9 briugeth it not. .to offer it unto the LOUD
22. 23 that mayest thou offer, .a free will offer.
23. 12 ye shall offer that day when ye wave the
Num. 6. ii the priest shall offer the one fora sin off.
6. 16 the priest, .shall offer his sin offering, and
6. 17 shall offer the ram. .shall offer also hism.
Josh. 22. 23 or if to offer peace offerings thereon, let the
Judg 13. 16 if thou wilt offer a burnt offering, thou
1 Ki. 3. 15 offered up burnt offerings, and offered p.
8. 64 there he offered burnt offerings, and meat
2 Ki. 5. 17 thy servant will henceforth offer neither
10. 24 when they went in to offer sacrifices and
2 Ch. 7. 7 there he offered burnt offerings, and tlu-
Psa. 66. 15 I will offer bullocks with goats. Selah
16. To make per-fume, offer incense, 13,7 qatar, 5.
Js unii6. 40 that no stranger, .come near to offer inc.
i Ch. 6. 49 Aaron and his sons offered upon the altar
17. To be or bring near, a^jj qarab.
Lev. 16. i when they offered before the LORD, and
18.7*0 cause to come near, 3-][j qarab, 5.
Lev. i. 3 let him offer a male, .he shall offer it of
2. i when any will offer a meat offering unto
2. 12 ye shall offer them unto the LORD : but
2. 13 with all thine offerings thou shall offer s.
2. 14 if thou offer a meat offering . . thou shalt o.
3. i if he offer (it) of the herd . . he shall offer
3. 3, 9 he shall offer of the sacrifice of the pe.
3. 6 male or female, he shall offer it without
3. 7 If he offer a lamb . . then shall he offer it
3. 12 goat, then he shall offer it before the Lo
3. 14 And he shall offer thereof his offering
4. 14 shall offera youngbullock for the sin, and
5. 8 shall offer (that) which (is) for the sin ot
6. 14 the sons of Aaron shall utfer it before the
6. 20 which they shall offer unto Ihe LORD in
6. 21 baken pieces, .shall thou offer, .a sweet
7. 3 And he shall offer of it all the fat thereof
7. 8 the priesl that offereth any man s burnt
7. 8 the burnt offering which he hath offered
7. 9 all . . shall be the priest s that offereth it
7. 1 1 of the sacrifice . . which he shall offer unto
7. 12 If he offer il for a thanksgiving, then
j. 12 he shall offer with the sacrifice of thank.
7. 13 he shall offer, .his offering unleavened b.
7. 14 of it he shall offer one out of the whole
7. 1 6 the same day thai he offereth his sacrifice
7. 1 8 shall it be imputed unto him that offereth
7. 25 men offer an offeringjmade by fire unto the
7. 29 He that offereth the sacrifice of his peace
7. 33 that offereth the blood of the peace offer.
7. 38 commanded the children of Israel to offer
9. 2 Take thee . . and offer (them) before the L.
10. i offered strange fire before Ihe LOKD, which
10. 19 this day have they offered their sin offer.
1 2. 7 Who shall offer it before the LORD, and
14. 12 the priest shall take one he lamb, and of.
16. 6 Aaron shall offer his bullock of the sin o.
17. 4 to offer an offering unto the LORD before
21. 6 (and) the bread of their God, they do offer
21. 8 for he offereth the bread of thy God : he
21. 17 let him not approach to offer the bread of
21. 21 shall come nigh to offer the offerings of the
21.21 he shall not come nigh to offer the bread
22. 18 thai will offer his oblalion for all his vows
22. 18 which they will offer unto the LORD for a
22. 20 hathablemish,(that)shallyenot offer; for
22. 21 whosoever offereth a sacrifice of peace otf.
22. 22 ye shall nolofferlhese unlo the LORD, nor
22. 24 ye shall nol offer unlo Ihe LORD that wh.
22. 25 shall ye offer the bread of your God of any
23. 8, 25, 27, 36, 36, 37 offer an offering made by
23. 1 6 ye shall offer a new meat offering unto
23. 1 8 ye shall offer with the bread seven lambs
27. 1 1 of which they do not offer a sacrifice unto
Num. 3. 4 when they offered strange fire before the
5. 25 and shall wave, .and offer it upon tin al.
6. 14 he shall offer his offering unto the LORD
7. 2 That the princes of Israel, heads, .offered
7. 10 the princes offered for dedication of the
7. 10 the princes offered their offering before
7. ii They shall offer their offering, each prince
7. 12 he that offered his offering the first day
7. 18 On the second day Nethaneel. .did offer
7. 19 He offered (for) his offering one silver c.
9. 7 lhat we may uot offer an offering of the
15. 4 Then shall he thai offereth his offering
15. 7 for a drink offering thou shalt offer the
16. 35 and consumed the . . men thai offered in.
16. 38 they offered them before the LORD, ther
16. 39 wherewith they that were burnt had off
26. 61 when they offered strange fire before the
28. 2 shall ye observe to offer unto me in their
28. 3 the offering, .which ye shall offeruntothe
28. ii ye shall offer a burnt offering unto the L.
28 19 Bui ye shall offer a sacrifice made by fire
28. 27 But ye shall offer the burnt offering for a
29. 8 But ye shall offer a burnt offering unto the
39- >3. 36 ye shall offer a burnt offering, a sacr.
OFFER 11 OFFERING
Judg. 3. 18 when he had mad. :in end to offer the p.
i Ch.io. i they offered burnt iirritli es and peace o.
i 011.35. is to offer unto the LORD, as (it is) written
Ezra 8. 35 offered burnt offerings unto the God of
P.I.I. 72. 10 kings of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts
E/.O. 43. 2-2 on the second day tliou shalt offer a kid
43.23 tlinii shall uttVr :i young bullock without
43. 24 tliou shalt dtfer them before the LORD
44. 7 when ye offer my bread, the fat and the
44. 15 they shall stand before me to offer unto
44. 27 he shall offer his sin offering, saith theL.
46. 4 the burnt offering that the prince shall o.
Hag. 2. 14 and that which they offer there (is) uncl.
Mai. i. 8 offer it now unto thy governor; will he
19. To bring near, nip qereb, 3.
Ezra 7. 17 offer them upon the altar of the house of
20. To cause to come near, nip qereb, 5.
Ezra 6. 10 That they may offer sacrifices of sweet sa.
6. 17 offered at the dedication of this house of
. 21. To cause to lift up, on rum, 5.
Exod35. 24 Everyone that did offer an offering of ail.
Lev. 22. 15 the holy things., which they offer unto the
NuraiS. 19 which, .children of IsraelofferuntotheL.
18. 24 which they offer (as) an heave offering
18. 28 Thus ye also shall offer au heave offering
18. 29 all.your gifts ye shall offer every heave off.
Ezra 8. 25 the offering, .which the king, .had offered
Eze. 45. i ye shall offer an oblation unto the LORD
45. 13 This (is) the oblation that ye shall offer
48. 8 shall be the offering which ye shall offer
48. 9 The oblation that ye shall otfer unto the
48. 20 ye shall offer the holy oblation four squa.
22. To slaughter, any shachat.
Exod34. 25 Thou shalt not offer the blood of my sac.
23. To lead up, avayw anago.
Acts 7. 41 offered sacrifice unto the idol, and rejoiced
24. To bear up, avatyepu anaphero.
Heb. 1 3. 15 By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice
Jas. 2. 21 when he had offered Isaac his son upon the
25. To give, St&wjui didiimi.
Luke 2. 24 to offer a sacrifice according to that wh.
Rev. 8. 3 that he should offer (it) with the prayers
26. To bear toward, irpo<r<pepa> prosphero.
Matt. 5. 24 be reconciled, .then come and offerthy g.
8. 4 offer the gift that Moses commanded, for
Mark i. 44 offer for thy cleansing those things which
Luke 5. 14 offerforthy cleansing, according as Moses
23. 36 coming to him, and offering him vinegar
Acts 7. 42 have ye offered to me slain beasts andsa.
8. 18 And when Simon saw. .he offered them
Heb. 5. i that he may offer both gifts and sacrifices
5. 3 he ought, .alsoforhimself.toofferforsins
8. 3 every high priest is ordained to offer gifts
8. 3 that this man have somewhat also to offer
8. 4 that there are priests that offer gifts
9. 7 which he offered for himself, and. .v. 9.
9. 14 who., offered himself without spot to God
q. 25 Nor yet that he should offer himself often
10. i with those sacrifices which they offered
jo. ii offering oftentimes the same sacrifices, w.
ic. 12 after be had offered one sacrifice for sins
n. 4 By faith Abel offered unto God a more ex.
27. To give upon or besides, einSiSw/ut epididomi.
Luken. 12 Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer him
28. To hold near, trapex * parecho.
Luke 6. 29 unto him that smiteth .. offer also theot.
OFFER up, to, unto, to
1. To cause to he high or lifted up, en rum, 5.
Num 15. 19 ye shall offer up an heave offering unto
15. 20 Ye shall offer up a cake of the first of your
18. 26 ye shall offer up an heave offering of it
31. 52 gold of the offering that they offered up to
2. To bear up or again, avatpepca anaphero.
Heb. 7. 27 Who needeth not. .to offer up sacrifice
7. 27 for this he did once, when he offered up
i Pe. 2. 5 to offer up spiritual sacrifices, acceptable
3. To bear toward, irpofftpepca prosphero.
Heb. 5. 7 when he had offered up prayers and sup.
IT. 17 offered up Isaac, .offered up his only be.
OFFER for si*, to
To offer a sin offering, N^rt chata, 3.
Lev. 6. 26 The priest that offereth it for sin shall eat
9. 15 slew it, and offered it for sin, as the first
OFFER (selves) freely or willingly, to
I.To show self ivilling hearted, nnj nadab, 7.
Judg. 5. 2 when the people willingly offered thems.
5. 9 that offered themselves willingly among
1 Ch.2Q. 6 the chief of the fathers, .offered willingly
29. 9 rejoiced, for that they offered willingly
29. 9 because, .they offered willingly to the L.
tg. 14 that we should be able to offer so willingly
29. 17 I have willingly offered all these things
29. 17 seen with joy thy people, .to offer willin.
2 Ch.i7. 16 who willingly offered himself unto the L.
Ezra i. 6 And. .besides all (that) was willingly off.
2. 68 offered freely for the house of God to set
3. 5 every one that willingly offered a free will
Neh. ii. 2 the men that willingly offered themselves
2. To b/> offered willingly, 3nj nedab, 4.
Ezra 7. 15 have freely offered unto the God of Israel
7. 16 offering willingly forthehouseof theirG.
OFFER incense or sacrifice, to
I. To make perfume, offer incense, "ISJJ qatar, 3.
Jer. ii. 17 to provoke me to anger, in offering ince.
32. 29 upon whose roofs they have offered ince.
Amos 4. 5 offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving with lea.
2. To slaughter, offer sacrifice, ny\ debach.
Ezra 6. 3 the place where they offered sacrifices, and
OFFERED, to be (ready to b)
l.Tobe brought or caused to come nigh, B>:j nagash, 6.
Mai. i. ii in every place incense (shall be) offered
2. To go up, rhy alah.
a Ki. 3. 20 when the meat offering was offered, that
3. To be brought or caused to go up, rhy alah, 6.
Judg. 6. 28 second bullock was offered upon the altar
4.7V) be made, done, njfj; asah, 2.
Nuni28. 24 After this manner ye shall offer daily
5.A heare offering, npnn terumah.
Eze. 48. I2 (this) oblation of the land that is offered
6. What is brought near, J^nfl qorban.
Lev. 7. 15 be eaten the same day that it is offered
7. To bear toward, irpoartytpto prosphero.
Acts 21. 26 offering should be offered for every one
Heb. 9. 28 So Christ was once offered to bear the s.
10. 2 would they not have ceased to be offered?
10. 8 burnt offerings . . which are offered by the
8. To be poured out, o-ireVSo/itu spendomai.
Phil. 2. 17 Yea, and if I be offered upon the sacrifice
2 Ti. 4. 6 For I am now ready to be offered, and the
OFFERED (in sacrifice) to idols, meats or things
Any ti u ny sacrificed to an idol, ei$<a\6Qv-rov eido.
Acts 15. 29 That ye abstain from meats offered to id.
21. 25 keep themselves from (things) offered to i.
1 Co. 8. i Now as touching things offered unto idols
8. 4 things that are offered in sacrifice unto i.
8. 7 eat (it) as a thing offered unto an idol; and
8. 10 eat those things which are offered to idols
10. 19 or that which is offered in sacrifice to id.
10. 28 This is offered in sacrifice unto idols, eat
Rev. 2. 14 to eat things sacrificed unto idols, and to
2. 20 seduce., to eat things sacrificed unto idols
OFFERED things
Work, deed, ntyy.Q maaseh.
2 Ch. 4. 6 such things as they offered for the burni
OFFERING
I. Slaughter, sacrifice, naj zebach.
Exod24. 5 sacrificed peace offerings of oxen unto the
Lev. 17. 5 offer them (for) peace offerings unto the L.
Josh. 22. 23 or if to offer peace offerings thereon, let
2 Ch.3o. 22 offering peace offerings, and making con.
33. 16 sacrificed thereon peace offerings and th.
Prov. 7. 14 (I have) peace offerings with me; this day
^.Offering, present, nnjp minchah.
Gen. 4. 3 that Cain brought .. an offering unto the
4. 4 had respect unto Abel and to his offering
4. 5 unto Cain and to his offering he had not
Num. 5. 15 an offering of jealousy, an offering of m.
5. 1 8 put the offering of memorial in her hands
5. 1 8 which (is) the jealousy offering : and the
5. 25 the priest shall take the jealousy offering
5. 25 shall wave the offering before the LORD
5. 26 the priest shall take an handful of the o.
16. 15 Respect not thou their offering : I have
i Sa. 2.17 for men abhorred the offering of the LORD
2. 29 Wherefore kick ye . . at mine offering, wh.
2. 29 the chiefest of all the offerings of Israel
3. 14 not be purged with sacrifice nor offering
26. 19 let him accept an offering : but if(they be)
i Ch.i6 29 bring an offering, and come before him
Psa. 20. 3 Remember all thy offerings, and accept
40. 6 Sacrifice and offering thou didst not des.
06. Sbringan offering, and come into his courts
Isa. 43. 23 not caused thee to serve with an offering
66. 20 they shall bring all your brethren, .an of.
66. 20 bring an offering in a clean vessel into the
Jer. 41. 5 with offerings and incense in their hand
Amos 5. 25 Have ye offered unto me sacrifices and o.
Zeph. 3. 10 the daughter, .shall bring mine offering
Mai. i. 10 neither will I accept an offering at your
i. ii (shall be) offered., and a pure offering: for
1. 13 thus ye brought an offering: should I ac.
2. 12 him that offereth an offering unto the L.
2. 13 insomuch that heregardeth not the offer.
3. 3 that they may offer unto the LORD an off.
3. 4 Then shall the offering of Judah and Jer.
3. Going up, nhy alah (infin. ).
i Ki. 1 8. 29 prophesied until the (time) of the offering
18. 36 it came to pass at . . the offering of the . . s.
4. To cause to go M/>, n^y alah, 5 (infin.).
1 Sa. 13. 10 as soon as he had made an end of offering
2 Sa. 6. 1 8 as soon as David had made an end of off.
1 Ch. 16. 2 when David had made an end of offering
2 Ch. 8. 13 offering according to the commandment
29 29 when they had made an end of offering, the
35. 14 the sons of Aaron (were busied) in offering
5. To do, make, n-;-^ asah (infin. ).
Lev. 9 22 and came down from offering of the sin o.
2 Ki 10. 25 as soon as he had made an end of offering
6.7*0 briny or cause to come near, 2-i$qarab, 5(infin.).
Xumis 13 do these things after this manner in off.
7. What is brought near, |3")|7 qorban.
Lev. i. 2 If any man of you bring an offering unto
Lev. i. 2 ye shall bring your offering of the cattle
i. 3 If his offering (be) a burnt sacrifice of the
i. 10 if his offering (be) of the flocks, (namely)
i. 14 the burnt sacrifice for his offering to the
1. 14 he shall bring his offering of turtle doves
2. i when any will offer a meat offering unto
2. i his offering shall be (of) fine flour ; and he
2. 13 with all thine offerings thou shalt offer
3. 2, 8 lay his hand upon the head of his offer.
3. 6 And if his offering for a sacrifice of peace
3. 7 If he offer a lamb for his offering, then
3. 12 if his offering (be) a goat, then he shall of.
3. 14 he shall offer thereof his offering, (even)
4. 23, 28 he shall bring his offering, a kid of
4. 32 if he bring a lamb for a sin offering, he
5. ii he that sinned shall bring for his offering
6. 20 This (is) the offering of Aaron, and of his
7. 13 he shall offer, .his offering leavened bread
7. 16 if the sacrifice of his offering (be) a vow
9. 7 offer the offering of the people, and make
9. 15 he brought the people s offering, and took
17. 4 to offer an offering unto the LORD before
22. 27 it shall be accepted for an offering made
23. 14 thatyehave broughtan offering unto your
27. 9 whereof men bring an offering unto the L.
Num. 5. 15 he shall bring her offering for her, the t.
6. 14 he shall offer his offering unto the LORD
6. 21 his offering unto the LORD for his separa.
7. 3 they brought their offering before the L.
7. 10 the princes offered their offering before
7. ii They shall offer their offering, each prince
7. 12 he that offered his offering the first day
7. 13 his offering (was) one silver charger, the
7. 1 7 this (was) the offering of Nahshon the son
7. 19 Heoffered. .hisofferingonesilverchargw
7. 23 this (was) the offering of Xethaneel the
7. 25 His offering, .one silver charger, the wei.
[So in v. 31, 37, 43, 49, S5> 61, 67, 73, 79.]
7. 29 this (was) the offering of . .the son of
[So in v. 35, 41, 47, 53, 59, 65, 71, 77, 83.]
9. 7 that we may not offer an offering of the
9. 13 because he brought not the offering of the
15. 4 Then shall he that offereth his offering
15. 25 they shall bring their offering, a sacrifice
28. 2 My offering, .my bread for my sacrifices
Eze. 20. 28 presented the provocation of theiroffering
40. 43 upon the tables (was) the flesh of the off
8. What is brought near, jyip. qurban.
Neh. 10. 34 we cast the lots, .for the wood offering
13. 31 for the wood offering, at times appointed
9.A wave offering, n^up tenuphah.
Exod35. 22 offered. . an offering of gold unto the LORD
38. 24 the gold of the offering, was twenty and
38. 29 the brass of the offering (was) seventy tal.
Num. 8. ii an offering of the children of Israel, that
8. 13 and offer them. .an offering unto the LORD
8. 15 cleanse them, and offer them, .an offering
8. 21 Aaron offered them..an offering before the
10.^4 heave offering, r\QT$ terumah.
Exod2s. 2 Speak, .that they bring me an offering
25. 2 of every man . .ye shall take my offering
25. 3 this (is) the offering which ye shall take
30. 13 an half shekel (shall be) the offering of the
30. 14 Every one . . shall give an offering unto the
30. 15 when {they) give an offering unto the Lo.
35. 5 Take ye from among you an offering unto
35. s let him bring it, an offering of the LORD
35. 21 they brought the LORD S offering to the w.
35. 24 Every one that did offer an offering of sil.
35. 24 andbrass,broughttheLoRD soffering:and
36. 3 they received of Moses all the offering wh.
36. 6 make any more work for the offering of
Lev. 22. 12 she may not eat of an offering of the holy
Num. 5. 9 every offering of all the holy things of the
31. 52 all the gold of the offering that theyoffe.
2 Sa. i. 21 rain upon you, nor fields of offerings : for
2 Ch.3i. 10 began to bring the offerings into the house
31. 12 brought in the offerings and the tithes
31. 14 (was) over the free will offerings of God
Ezra 8. 25 theofferingof the house of our God, which
Neh. 10. 37 our offerings, and the fruit of all manner
10. 39 children of Levi shall bring the offering
12. 44 were some appointed, .for the offerings
13. 5 the tithes, .and the offerings of the priests
Eze. 20. 40 there will I require your offerings, and
48. 8 shall be the offering which ye shall offer
Mai. 3. 8 Wherein have we robbed thee? In . . offer.
11. .4 gift, Swpov doron.
Luke2i. 4 all these have, .cast in unto the offerings
12. What is borne forward or toward, -npofffyopa..
Acts 21. 26 until that an offering should be offered
24. 17 came to bring alms to my nation, and off.
Eph. 5. 2 hath given himself for us an offering and
Heb. 10. 5 Sacrifice and offering thou wouldest not
10. 8 Sacrifice and offering and burnt offerings
10. 10 through the offering of the body of Jesus
10. 14 For by one offering he hath perfected for
10. 1 8 Now. .(there is) no more offering for sin
[See also Burnt, drink, free, freewill, heave, meat, passover,
peace, sin, thank, trespass, voluntary, wave, whole,
willing.]
OFFERING up
I. To cause to go up, nty alah, 5.
i Sa. 7. 10 as Samuel was offering up the burnt offe.
2. What is borne forward or toward, irpocrQopd.
Kom.is- 16 that the offering up of the Gentiles might
OFFERING 712 OIL,
OFFERING (or sacrifice) made by fire
A fire offering, ."HfK ishsheh.
Exodag. 18, 25, 4 1 offering made by flre unto the LORD
[So in v. 30. 20; Lev. 2 16; 3. 3, 9,14 ; 7-5. 25; 8.21,28; 22.
27; 23. 8, 13, 25, 27. 36, 36, 37; 24. 7; Num. 29. 6.]
Lev. i. 9 an offering made by fire, of a sweet savour
fSo in v. 13, 17; 2. 2, 9 ; 3. 5 ; Num. 15. 10, 13, 14 ; 18. 17 ;
28. 8, 24 ; 29. 13, 36.]
Lev. 2. 3, 10 of the offerings of theLoRD made by flre
2. ii in any offering of the LORD made by flre
3. n, 16 (it is) the food of the offering made by
4. 35 according to the offering! made by flre u.
5. 12 according to the offerings made by flre u.
6. 17 their portion of my offerings made by flre
6. 1 8 the offerings of the LORD made by flre
7- 3. 35 tne offerings of the LORD made by flre
10. 12 tne offerings of the LORD made by flre
10. 13 of the sacrifices of the LORD made by flre
10. 15 with the offerings made by flre of the fat
21. 6, 21 the offerings of the LORD made by flre
22. 22 nor make an offering by fire of them upon
23. 18 an offering made by flre, of sweet savour
24. 9 of the offerings of the LORD made by flre
Numis. 3 will make an offering by flre unto the Lo.
1 5. 25 a sacrifice made by fire unto the LORD
28. 2 my bread for my sacrifices made by flre
28. 3 This (is) the offering made by flre which ye
28. 6, 13 a sacrifice made by fire unto the LORD
28. 19 ye shall offer a sacrifice made by fire
Deut 18. i eat the offerings of the LORD made by fire
Josh 13. 14 the sacrifices, .made by fire (are) their inn.
i Sa. 2. 28 did I give, .all the offerings made by fire
OFFERING for sin
A guilt offering, C^K asham.
Isa. 53. 10 thou shalt make his soul an offering for s.
OFFERING incense
To make perfume, offer incense. 15|J qatar, 3.
Jer. ii. 17 to provoke me. .in offering incense unto
OFFERINGS
Givings, gifts, D 3n?n habhabim.
Hos. 8. 13 They sacrifice, .the sacrifices of mine off.
omcE
I. Base, station, ]$ ken.
Gen. 41. 13 me he restored unto mine office, and him
2. Standing, station, ~>!?i .? maamad.
1 Ch.23. 28 their office (was) to wait on the sons of A.
3. Watch, guard, ilpfP mishmar.
Neh.i3. 14 deeds that I have done., for the offices th.
4. Watch, guard, roc?? mishmereth.
2 Ch. 7. 6 the priests waited on their offices ; the L.
5. Service, -"ni3j abodah.
i Ch. 6. 32 they waited on their office according to
6. Inspection, charge, ^9 pequddah.
Num. 4. 16 to the office of Kleazar the son of Aaron
1 Ch.24. 3 according to their offices in their service
2 Ch.23. 18 Jehoiada appointed the offices of the ho
24. u the chest was brought unto the king s office
Psa. 109. 8 Let. .be few. .let another take his office
7 .Ministration, S.aKovia. diakonia.
Ronin. 13 apostle of the Gentiles, I magnify mine o.
8. Work, action, office, use, irpaf r praxis.
Rom1 2. 4 and all members have not the same office
OFFICE of a bishop
Oversight, superintendence, iirio-Ko-rrT] episkope.
i Ti. 3. i If a man desire the office of a bishop, he
OFFICE of the priesthood, priest s office
Priesthood, Itpartla hierateia.
Luke i. 9 Accordingto.. custom of the priest s office
Heb. 7. 5 they . . who receive the office of the priest.
OFFICE, to do, execute, or minister in the priest s
1. To act as a priest, jn? kahan, 3.
Exod2S. i, 3, 4, 41 minister unto me in the priest s office
29. i, 44 minister unto me in the priest s office
30. 30 minister unto me in the
priest
s office
31. 10 his sons, to minister in the priest s office
35. 19 his sons, to minister in the priest s office
39. 41 garments, to minister in the priest s office
40. 13, 15 minister unto me in the priest s office
Lev. 7. 35 minister unto the LORD in the priest s of.
16. 32 consecrate to ministerin the priest s office
Mum. 3 3 consecrated to minister in the priest s of.
3. 4 Ithamar ministered in the priest s office
Deut 10. 6 ministered in the priest s office in his ste.
1 Ch. 6. 10 that executed the priest s office in the te.
24. 2 and Ithamar executed the priest s office
2 Ch. ii. 14 from executing the priest s office unto the
Eze. 44. 13 to do the office of a priest unto me, nor
2. To act as a priest, itpartvu hicrateu5.
Luke i . 8 while he executed the priest s office before
OFFICER
1. To be set up, 3*} natsab, 2.
1 Ki. 4. 5 Azariah..(was) over the officers ; and Zab.
4. 7 Solomon had twelve officers over all Isr.
4. 27 those officers provided victual for king S.
5. 1 6 Besides the chief of Solomon s officers w.
9. 23 These (were) the chief of the officers that
2 Ch. 8. 10 these, .the chief of king Solomon s officers
2. One set up, 3 netsib.
i Ki. 4. 19 (was) the only officer which (was) in the
3.A eunuch, officer, 0"?p saris.
Gen. 37 36 an officer of Pharaoh s, .captain of the g.
39. i an officer of Pharaoh, captain of the gua.
40. 2 P. was wroth against two (of) his officers
40. 7 lie asked Pharaoh s officers, that (were)
i Sa. 8. 15 give to his officers, and to his servants
1 Ki.22. 9 Then the king of Israel called an officer
2 Ki. g. 6 the king appointed unto her a certain of.
24. 12 he, and his mother, .and his officers: and
24. 15 his officers, and the mighty of the land
25. 19 out of the city he took an officer that was
1 Ch.28. i with the officers, and with the mighty men
2 Ch.iS. 8 king., called for one (of his) officers, and s.
4. Men appointed, tp9 paqad (partic. ).
Nuni3i. 14 Moses was wroth with the officers of the
31. 48 the officers which (were) over thousands
2 Ki.n. 15 the priest commanded, .the officers of the
5. Inspection, charge, rn$9 pequddah.
2 Ki.n. 18 the priest appointed officers over the ho.
1 Ch.26. 30 officers among them of Israel on this side
Isa. 60. 17 I will also make thy officers peace, and t.
6. Inspector, rp$ paqid.
Gen. 41. 34 let him appoint officers over the land, and
Judg. 9. 28 the son of Jerubbaal? and Zebul his offi.?
2 Ch.24- ii high priest s officer came and emptied the
Esth 2. 3 let the king appoint officers in all the
Jer. 29. 26 that ye should be officers in the house of
7. Great one, 3n rab.
Esth. i. 8 the king had appointed to all the officers
8. Doers of work, npxSp n1
; ^ asah melakah.
Esth. 9. 3 and officers of the king, helped the Jews
9. Writer, ~>^y shatar (partic.).
Exod.s. 6 task masters of the people, and their offi.
5. 10 task masters of the people, .and their of.
5. 14, 15, 19 the officers of the children of Israel
Kumn. 16 elders of the people, and officers over them
Deut. 1. 15 captains over tens, aud officers among
16. 18 Judges and officers shalt thou makethee
20. 5 the officers shall speak unto the people
20. 8 officers shall speak further unto the peo.
20. 9 when the officers have made an end of s.
29. 10 and your officers, (with) all the men of I.
31. 28 the elders of your tribes, and your officers
Josh. i. 10 Then Joshua commanded the officers of
3. 2 it came to pass, .that the officers went
8. 33 all Israel, and their elders, and officers
23. 2 called . .for their judges, and for their o.
24. i called, .for their judges, and for their o.
1 Ch.23. 4 si* thousand (were) officers and judges
26. 29 business over Israel, for officers and ju.
27. i their officers that served the king in any
2 Ch.ig. ii also the Levites (shall be) officers before
34. 13 of the Levites. .scribes, and officers, and
10. Police officer, bailiff, irpaKTtap praktor.
Luke 1 2. 58 deliver thee to the officer, and the officer
11.An under rower, assistant, vit^ptrt^s huperetes.
Matt. 5. 25 the judge deliver thee to the officer, and
John 7. 32 the chief priests sent officers to take him
7. 4s Then came the officers to the chief priests
7. 46 The officers answered, Never man spake
1 8. 3 having received a band (of men) and offl.
1 8. 12 officers ofthe Jews took Jesus, and bound
1 8. 1 8 the servants and officers stood there, who
1 8. 22 one of the officers which stood by struck
19. 6 When the chief priests, .and officers saw
Acts 5. 22 when the officers came, and found them
5. 26 Then went the captain with the officers
OFFSCOTTRING
1. Scrapings, offscouring, np sechi.
Lam. 3. 45 Thou hast made us (as) the offscouring
2. Offscouring, scrapings round about, irtpi\lirifj.a..
1 Co. 4. 13 the offscouring of all things unto this
OFFSPRING
l.Outcomers, issue, produce, c ttyycx tseetsaim.
Job 5. 25 thine offspring as the grass of the earth
21. 8 Their seed is established, .their offspring
27. 14 his offspringshall not be satisfied with b.
31. 8 eat; yea, let my offspring be rooted out
Isa. 22. 24 they shall hang upon him. .the offspring
44. 3 will pour, .my blessing upon thine offsp.
48. 19 the offspring of thy bowels like the gravel
61. 9 their seed shall be known, .and their off.
65. 23 they (are) the seed . . and their offspring
2. Race, kind, yivos genos.
Acts 17. 28 certain, .said, For weare also hisoffspring
17 29 Forasmuch then as we are the offspring of
Rev. 22. 16 I am the root and the offspring of David
OFT. OFTEN. OFTENER
\.Many a time, often, iro\\d/m pollakis.
Matti7. 15 falleth into the fire, and oft into the water
Mark 5. 4 Because that he had been often bound
Acts 26. 1 1 I punished them oft in every synagogue
2 Co. 1 1. 23 in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft
ii. 26 ;in)joumeyings often, (in) perils of waters
ii. 27 in watchings often, .in fastings often, in
Phil. 3. 18 many walk, of whom I have told you oft.
2 Ti. i. 16 he oft refreshed me, and was not ashamed
Heb. 6. 7 drinketh in the rain thatcometh oft upon
9. 35 Nor yet that he should offer himself often
9. 26 For then must he often have suffered since
2. Much, iro\\a polla.
Matt. 9. 14 Why do we and the Pharisees fast [oft], but
3. With the fist, irvy^rj pugme.
Mark 7. 3 except tliey wash . . hands oft, eat not, ho.
4. Thick, close, frequently, TTVKVO? puknos.
Luke 5. 33 Why do the disciples of John last often
Acts 24. 26 wherefore he sent for him the oftener, and
1 Ti. 5. 23 use a little wine for. .thine often infinni.
OFT TIMES, OFTEN TIMES
! 1 . Two steps (or) th ree, c i
1^ c%
7i".s paamayim shaiosh
Job 33. 29 Lo, all these . . worketh God often times
2. Many steps, times, ni3"i C P^9 peamim rabboth.
Eccl. 7. 22 often times also thine own heart kiioweth
3. Many times, n-oAAoIs xpAvois pollois chronois.
Luke 8. 29 often times it had caught him : and he was
4 Many a time, often, iroAXetais pollakis.
Matt 17. 15 for ofttimes he falleth into the flre, and
Mark 9. 22 oft times it hath cast him into the flre.and
John 1 8. 2 Jesus oft times resorted thither with his d.
Rom. i. 13 oftentimes I purposed to come unto you
2 Co. 8. 22 whom we have often times proved diligent
Heb. 10. 1 1 offering oftentimes the same sacrifices, w.
OG, Jiy long-necked, giant.
i The king of Bashan defeated at Edrei, whose land was
I assigned to the half tribe of Manasseh, beyond Jordan.
B.C. 1452.
Num 21. 33 O. the king of Bashan went out against
32. 33 the kingdom of O. king of Hashan, the la.
Deut. i. 4 After he had slain. .(). the king of Bashan
3. i O. the king of Bashan came out against us
3. 3 our God delivered into our bauds O. also
3. 4 the region of Argob, the kingdom of O. in
3. 10 and Edrei, cities of the kingdom of O. IB
3. 1 1 For only O. king of Bashan remained of
3. 13 all Bashan, (beingUhe kingdom of O., gave
4. 47 possessed his land, and the land of O. king
29. 7 O. the king of Bashan, came out against
31. 4 shall do. .as he did to Sihon and to ()., ki.
Josh. 2. 10 Sihon and O., whom ye utterly destroyed
9. 10 to O. king of Bashan, which (was) at Asht.
12. 4 coast of O. king of Basil an, (which was) of
13. 12 All the kingdom of O. in Bashau, which
13. 30 all the kingdom of O. king of Bashan, and
13. 31 and Edrei, cities of the kingdom of O. in
i Ki. 4. 19 of 0. king of Bashan; and(he was) the only
Keh. 9. 22 so they possessed, .the land of O. king of
Psa. 135. ii O. king of Bashan, and all the kingdoms
136. 20 O. the king of Bashan: for his mercy (en.
O -HAD, tn< powerful.
The third son of Simeon. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 10 Jemuel, and Jamin, and O., and Jachin
Exod. 6. 15 Jemuel, and Jamin, and O., and Jachin
O -HEL, rnx family, race, tent.
A son of Zerubbabel, descended from Jehoiakim king of
Judah. B.C. 500.
1 Ch. 3. 20 Hashubah, and O., and Berechiah, and
on
1. Shining, oil, iw yitshar.
Num 18. 12 All the best of the oil, and all the best of
Deut. 7. 13 he will also bless, .thine oil, the increase
11. 14 mayest gather in thy corn, .and thine nil
12. 17 mayest not eat. .the tithe, .of thy oil, or
14. 23 shalt eat. .the tithe, .of thine oil, and the
1 8. 4 The first fruit .of thine oil, and the first
28. 51 shall not leave thee.. corn, wine, oroil, (or)
2 Ki.iS. 32 a land of oil olive and of honey, that ye
2 Ch.3i. 5 children of Israel brought, .oil, and honey
32. 28 for the increase of corn, and wine, and oil
Neh. 5. ii the wine, and the oil, that ye exact of them
10. 37 of all manner of trees, of wine, and of oil
10. 39 shall bring the offering of. .the oil, unto
13. 5 they laid the meat offerings, .and the oil
13. 12 brought all Judah the tithe of. .the oil
Jer. 31. 12 for oil, and for the young of the flock
Hos. 2. 8 that I gave her corn, and wine, and oil
2. 22 hear the corn, and the wine, and the oil
Joel i. 10 new wine is dried up, the oil languisheth
2. 19 I will send you corn, and wine, and oil
2. 24 the fats shall overflow with wine and oil
Hag. i. ii upon the new wine, and upon the oil, and
2.0(7, n?;? meshach.
Ezra 6. g wheat, salt, wine, and oil, according to
7. 22 to an hundred baths of oil, and salt with.
3. Oil, ointment, fatness, JC^ shemen.
Gen. 28. 18 set it up. .a pillar, and poured oil upon the
35. 14 drink offering thereon, and he poured oil
Exod25- 6 Oil for the light, spices for anointing oil
27. 20 that they bring thee pure oil olive beaten
29. 2 tempered with oil . . wafers . anointed . . o.
29. 7 Then shalt thou take the anointing oil
29. 21 thou shalt take, .of the anointing oil, and
29. 40 with the fourth part of an hin of beaten oil
30. 24 And of cassia, .and of oil olive an hin
30. 25 thou shalt make it an oil of holy ointment
30. 25 ointment, .it shall be an holy anointing oil
30.31 This shall be an holy anointing oiluntome
31. ii the anointing oil, and sweet incense for the
35. 8 oil for the light . . spices for anointing oil
35. 14 The candlestick, .with the oil for the light
35. 1 1 the anointing oil, and the sweet incense
35. 28 oil for the light, and for the anointing oil
37. 29 he made the holy anointing oil, and the
39. 37 The pure candlestick, .and the oil forlig.
39. 38 the anointing oil, and the sweet incense
40. 9 thou shalt take the anointing oil, and an.
Lev. 2. i he shall pour oil upon it, and put frank.
OIL, 713 OLD
Lev. 2.
5.
6.
6.
7
7.
7.
8.
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9.
10.
14.
14.
14.
14.
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14.
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14.
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14.
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21.
23.
24.
Jiuni. 4.
8.
ii.
15-
5-
15-
28.
28.
28.
28.
28.
29.
Deut.
3
8.
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j Sa. 10.
16.
16.
i Ki.
2 Ki. 4.
4-
9-
9-
Ch. 9.
27.
2 Ch.
Ezra 3.
Esth. 2.
Job 29.
Psa. 23.
45.
55.
89.
92.
109.
141.
Prov. 5.
21.
21.
Jsa. 41.
61.
Jer. 40.
41.
Ei.e. 16.
16.
16.
16.
23.
27.
32.
45.
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45.
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46.
46.
flos. 2.
2 of the oil thereof, with all the frankince.
4 mingled with oil, or. .anointed with oil
5 fine flour unleavened, mingled with oil
6 pour oil thereon : it (is) a meat offering
7 ft shall he made (of) fine flour with oil
5 thou shalt put oil upon it, and lay frank.
6 of the oil thereof, with all the frankince.
i he shall put no oil upon it, neither shall
5 of the oil thereof, and all the frankincen.
1 In a pan itshall be made with oil . . baken
o every meatoffering mingled with
oij, and
2 cakes mingled with oil. .anointed with oil
2 cakes mingled with oil, of fine flour, fried
2 the anointing oil, and a bullock for the s.
Mosestookthe anointing oil, andanointed
2 poured of the anointing oil upon Aaron s
30 Moses took of the anointingoil, and of the
4 a meat offering mingled with oil : for to
7 for the anointing oil of the LORD (is) upon
10 offering, mingled with oil. .one log of oil
12 the priest shall take, .the log of oil, and
15 the priest shall take, .of the logof oil, and
1 6 shall dip his right finger in the oil that
16 shall sprinkle of the oil with his finger
17 of the rest of the oil that (is) in his hand
78 the remnant of the oil that (is) in the pr.
21 oil for a meat offering, and a log of oil
24 the priest shall take, .the log of oil, and
26 the priest shall pour of the oil into the
27 of the oil that (is) in his left hand seven
28 the priest shall put of the oil that (is) in
29 the rest of the oil that (is) in the priest s
10 upon whose head the anointing oil wasp.
12 the crown of the anointing oil of his God
13 of fine flour mingled with oil, au offering
2 that they bring unto thee pure oil olive
9 all the oil vessels thereof, wherewith they
16 the oil for. .light, .and the anointing oil
15 he shall pour no oil upon it, nor put fran.
15 cakes of fine flour mingled with oil, and
1 5 of unleavened bread anointed with oil, and
13 full of fine flour mingled with oil, for
in v. 19, 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, 55, 61, 67, 73, 79.
8 fine flour mingled with oil, and another
8 taste of it was as the taste of fresh oil
4 flour, . v,-ith the fourth, .of an hin of oil
6 flour, .with the third, .of an hin of oil
9 of flour mingled with half an hin of oil
5 with the fourth, .of an hin of beaten oil
9, 12, 12 a meat offering, mingled with oil
13 a several tenth deal, .mingled with oil
20 (shall be of) flour mingled with oil : thvee
28 meat offering of flour mingled with oil
3,9, 14 meatoffering, .flour mingled with oil
2; which was anointed with the holy oil
8 A land of wheat, .a land of oil olive and
40 thou shalt not anoint, .with the oil
13 made him to suck, .oil out of the flinty r.
24 Asher he said, .let him dip his foot in oil
1 Samuel took a vial of oil, and poured (it)
1 Fill thine horn with oil, and go, I will s.
13 Samuel took the horn of oil, and anointed
21 shield of Saul. .not. .anointed with oil
2 anoint not thyself with oil, but be as a
39 took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle
1 1 gave Hiram . . twenty measures of pure oil
12 I have not a cake, but. .a little oil in ac.
14 neither shall the cruse of oil fail, until
1 6 neither did the cruse of oil fail, according
2 any thing in the house, save a pot of oil
6 (is) not a vessel more. And the oil stayed
7 Go, sell the oil, and pay thy debt, and live
i take this box of oil in thine hand, and go
3 Then take the box of oil, and pour (it) on
6 he poured the oil on his head, and said unto
29 appointed to oversee, .theoil, and thefra.
40 brought bread on asses, .and oil, and oxen
28 and over the cellars of oil (was) Joash
10 I will give, .twenty thousand baths of oil
15 the oil. .let him send unto his servants
11 and store of victual, and of oil and wine
7 They gave, .drink, and oil, unto them of
12 six months with oil of myrrh, and six m.
6 and the rock poured me out rivers of oil
5 thou anointest my head with oil ; my cup
7 hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness
21 his words were softer than oil, yet (were)
20 David, .with my holy oil have I anointed
ic(horn)..Ishall be anointed with fresh oil
18 let it come, .like water, and like oil into
5 (it shall be) an excellent oil, (which)shall
3 woman, .her mouth (is)smoother than oil
17 he that loveth wine and oil shall not be
20 (There is) treasure to be desiredandoil in
19 I willplant in the wilderness, .theoil tree
3 to give unto them . .the oil of joy for mo.
10 gather ye wine, .and oil, and put (them)
8 we have treasures in the field, .of oil, and
9 washedlthee..andlanointed thee with oil
13 didst eat fine flour, and honey, and oil
18 thou hast set mine oil and mine incense
19 which I gave thee, fine flour, and oil, and
41 thou hast set mine incense and mine oil
17 they traded in thy market, .oil, andbalm
14 will I . .cause their rivers to run like oil
14 the ordinance of oil, the bath of oil. .the
24 he shall prepare . . an hin of oil for an ep.
25 shall he do the like, .according to the oil
5, 7, ii and an hin of oil to an ephah
14 the third part of an hin of oil. to temper
15 Thus shall they prepare, .theoil, every m.
5 that give, .my flax, mine oil and my drink
Hos. i?. i they do make a covsnant. .and oil is car.
Mic. 6. 7 the LORD be pleased with.. rivers of oil?
6. 15 but thou shalt not anoint thee with oil
Hag. 2. 12 touch bread, or pottage, or wine, or oil, or
4. Olive oil, t\aiov elaion.
Matt 25. 3 foolish took their lamps, and took no oil
25. 4 But the wise took oil in their vessels with
25. o Give us of youroil; for our lamps are gone
Mark o. 13 anointed with oil many thatwere sick, and
Luke 7. 46 My head with oil thou didst not anoint
10. 34 bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and
16. 6 And he said, An hundred measures of oil
Heb. i. 9 hath anointed thee with the oil of gladn.
Jas. 5. 14 anointing him with oil in the name of the
Rev. 6. 6 and (see) thou hurt not the oil and the w.
18. 13 wine, and oil, and fine flour, and wheat
OIL, oiled, to make
\.To cause to be bright, tny tsahar, 5.
Job 24. ii make oil within their walls, .tread, .wine
2.0/oil, ]":& shemen.
Exod2g. 23 one cake of oiled bread, and one wafer
Lev. 8. 26 a cake of oiled bread and one wafer
OINTlffENT, (pot of )
1. Pot ofperfumes, nn$-Q merqachah.
Job 41. 31 he maketh the sea like a pot of ointment
2. Perfume, nnj3"iO mirqachath.
1 Ch. 9. 30 the priests made the ointment of the spi.
Exodso. 25 an ointment compound after the art of
3. Oil, J5S> shemen.
2 Ki.2o. 13 Hezekiah .. showed them, .the precious o.
Psa. 1 33. 2 like the precious ointment upon the head
Prov 27. 9 Ointment and perfume rejoice the heart
27. 16 the ointment of his right hand., betrayeth
Eccl. 7. i name (is) better than precious ointment
9. 8 always white ; and let thy head lack no o.
10. i Dead flies cause the ointment of the apo.
Song i. 3 Because of the savour of thy good ointm.
i. 3 thy name (is as) ointment poured forth
4. 10 smell of thine ointments than all spices
Isa. i. 6 bound up, neither mollified with ointme.
39. 2 the spices, and the precious ointment, and
57. 9 thou wentest to the king with ointment
Amos 6. 6 anoint themselves with the chief ointme.
l.Myrrh, ointment, aromatic balm, nypov muron.
Matt 26. 7 alabaster box of very precious ointment
26. 9 this [ointment] might have been sold for
26. 12 in that she hath poured this ointment on
Marki4. 3 having an alabaster box of ointment of
14. 4 Why was this wasteof the ointment made?
Luke 7. 37 she. .brought an alabaster box of ointme.
7. 38 his feet, andanointed. .with the ointment
7. 46 this woman hath anointed my feet with oi.
23. 56 they returned, and prepared spices and o.
Johnn. 2 Mary which anointed the Lord with oint
12. 3 Then took Mary a pound of ointment of
12. 3 was filled with the odour of the ointment
12. 5 Why was not this ointment soldfor three
Rev. 18. 13 cinnamon, and odours, and ointments, and
OLD (man, men, women, things)
1. Worn out, nh$ baleh.
Josh. 9. 4 took old sacks . . and wine bottles, old, and
9. 5 And old shoes and. .old garments upon
Eze. 23. 43 saidl unto (her that was) old in adulteries
2. Worn out, NiSa belo.
Jer. 38. ii took thence old cast clouts and old rotten
38. 12 Put now (these) old cast clouts and rotten
3. A son of, |f ben.
Gen. 5. 32 S oah was five hundred years old: and N.
7. 6 Noah (was) six hundred years old when
n. 10 Shem (was) an hundred years old.andbe.
12. 4 Abram (was) seventy and five years old
16. 16 Abram (was) fourscore and six years old
17. i when Abram was ninety years old and n.
17. 12 he that is eight days old shall be circum.
17. 17 born unto himthatis an hundred years o.
17. 24 Abraham (was) ninety years <old and nine
17. 25 Tshmael his son (was) thirteen years old
21. 4 Isaac being eight days old, as God had c.
21. 5 Abraham was an hundred years old when
25. 20 Isaac was forty years old when he took R.
25. 26 Isaac (was) threescore years old when she
26. 34 Esau was forty years old when he took to
37. 2 Joseph, .seventeen years old, was feeding
41. 46 Joseph (was) thirty years old when he st.
50. 26 Joseph died, .an hundred and ten years o.
Exod. 7. 7 fourscore years old . . fourscore and t.y so.
30. 14 Every one., from twenty years old and ab.
38. 26 every one. .from twenty years old and u.
Lev. 27. 3 twenty years old even unto sixty years old
27. 5 five years old even unto twenty years old
27. 6 from a month old even unto five years old
27. 7 And if. .from sixty years old and above
Num. i. 3 From twenty years old and upward, all
i. 18 from twenty years old and upward, by th.
_i.
20 every male from twenty years old and u.
So in v. 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 45.
3. 15 male from a month old and upward
So in v. 22, 28, 34, 39, 40, 43.
4. 3 From thirty years old. .until fifty years o.
So in v. 23, 30, 35, 39, 43, 47.
8. 24 from twenty and five years old and upw.
14. 29 all. .from twenty years old and upward
1 8. 1 6 And. .from a month old shalt thou redeem
26. 2, 4 Take, .from twenty years old and upw.
26. 62 all males from a month old and upward
Nuni}2. n men.. from twenty years old and upward
33. 39 hundred and twenty and three years old
Deut3i. 2 I (am) an hundred and t venty years old
34. 7 Moses (was) an hundred, .twenty years o.
Josh 14. 7 Forty years old (was) I when Moses the
14. 10 I (am) this day fourscore and five years o.
24. 29 died, (being) an hundred and ten years o.
Judg. 2. 8 died, (being) an hundred and ten years o.
1 Sa. 4. 15 Now Eli was ninety and eight years old
2 Sa. 2. 10 forty years old when he began to reign
4. 4 He was five years old when the tidings c.
5. 4 David (was) thirty years old when he be.
19. 32 a very aged man ,(even)fourscore years o.
19. 35 I (am) this day fourscore years old . . can I
1 Ki.i4. 21 forty and one years old when he
22. 42 J. (was) thirty and five years old when he
2 Ki. S. 17 Thirty and two years old was he when he
8. 26 Two and twenty years old (was) Ahaziah
n. 21 Seven years old (was) J. when he began to
14. 2 He was twenty and n voyeurs old when he
14. 21 Azariah, which (was)smeenyearsold, and
15. 2 Sixteen years old was he when he began
15. 33 Five and twenty years old was he when he
1 6. 2 Twenty years old (was) A. when he began
18. 2 Twenty andfive years old was he when he
21. i Manasseh (was)twelve years old when he
21. 19 Amon (was) twenty and two years old w.
22. i Josiah (was) eight years old when he beg.
23. 31 Jehoahaz (was) twenty and three years o.
23. 36 Jehoiakim (was) twenty and five years old
24. 8 Jehoiachin (was) eighteen years old when
24. 1 8 Zedekiah (was) twenty and one years old
1 Ch. 2. 21 married when he (was) threescore years o.
23. 27 numbered from twenty years old and ab.
27. 23 not the number, .from twenty years old
2 Ch.i2. 13 Rehoboam (was) one and forty years old
20. 31 (He was) thirty and five years old when he
21. 5 Jehoram (was) thirty and two years old
21. 20 Thirty and two years old was he when lie
22. 2 Forty and two years old (was) Ahaziah w.
24. i Joash (was) seven years old when lie beg.
24. 15 an hundred and thirty years old. .when
25. i Amaziah (was) twenty and five years old
25. 5 he numbered them from twenty years old
26. i took I zziah, who (was) sixteen years old
26. 3 Sixteen years old (was) I zziah when he
27. i Jotham (was) twenty and five years old
27. 8 He was five and twenty years old when he
28. i Ahaz (was) twenty years old when he beg.
29. i began to reign . .five and twenty years old
31. 16 of males, from three years old and upward
31. 17 Levitesfrom twenty years old and upward
33. i Manasseh (was) twelve years old when he
33. 21 Amon (was) two and twenty years old w.
34. i Josiah (was) eight years old when he beg
36. 2 Jehoahaz (was) twenty and three years o.
36. 5 Jehoiakim (was)twenty and five years old
36. 9 Jehoiachin (was) eight years old when he
36. ii Zedekiah (was) one and twenty years old
Ezra 3. 8 Levites, from twenty years old and upw.
Isa. 65. 20 the child shall die au hundred years old
65. 20 the sinner, .an hundred years old, shall be
Jer. 52. i Zedekiah (was) one and twenty years old
Mic. 6. 6 shall I come, .with calves of a year old ?
4.^-1 son of, 13 bar.
Dan. 5. 31 (being) about threescore and two years old
5.A daughter of, n? bath.
Gen. 17. 17 shall Sarah, that is ninety years old, bear?
6. Aged, Jpj zaqen.
Gen. 18. n Abraham and Sarah (were) old. .well str.
19. 4 compassed the house, .both old and young
25. 8 died in a good, .age, an old man, and full
35. 29 and died . . old and full of days : and his s.
43. 27 (Is) your father well, the old man of whom
44. 20 We have a father, an old man, and a child
Exod 10. 9 We will go with our young, .with our old
Lev. 19. 32 honour the face of the old man, and fear
Deut28. 50 shall not regard the person of the old, nor
Judgig. 16 there came an old man from his work out
19. 17 the oldmansaid. Whithergoest thou? and
19. 20 the old man said, Peace (be) with thee
19. 22 to the master of the house, the old man
i Sa. 2. 37, 32 there shall not be an old man in thine
28. 14 An old man cometh up ; and he (is) cove.
1 Ki. 12. 6 kingRehoboam consulted with the old m.
12. 8 But he forsook the counsel of the old men
12. 13 forsook the old men s counsel that they g.
13. ii Now there dwelt an old prophet in Beth.
13. 25 in the city where the old prophet dwelt
13. 29 the old prophet came to the city, to mou.
2 Ch.io. 6 Rehoboam took counsel with the old men
10. 8 he forsook the counsel which the old men
10. 13 Rehoboam forsook the counsel of the old
36. 17 had no compassion upon, .old man, or h.
Esth. 3. 13 destroy, .all Jews, both young and old
Job 42. 17 So Job died, (being) old, and full of days
Psa. 148. 12 Both young men and maidens ; old men
Prov 17. 6 Children s children(are) the crown of old m.
20. 29 the beauty of old men (is) the srey head
Eccl. 4. 13 Better, .than an old and foolish king, wh.
Isa. 20. 4 the Ethiopians captives, young and old
65. 20 nor an old man that hath not filled his
Jer. 31. 13 rejoice, .both young men and old together
51. 22 with thee will I break in pieces old and
Lam. 2. 21 The young and the old lie on the ground
Eze. 9. 6 Slay utterly old (and) young, both maida
Joel :. 2 Hear this, ye old men, and give ear, all ye
2. 28 your old men shall dream dreams, your
Zech. 8. 4 There shall yet old men and old women
90
OLD 714 OMEGA
7. To be aged, jpt zaqen.
Gen. 19. 31 Our father (u) old, and. .not a man in the
i Sa. 17. 12 the man went among men. .an old man
8. Life, O"? chayyim.
Gran. 23. i hundred and seven and twenty years old
9. Days, C ?. yamim.
Nan. 2. 8 Nineveh (is) of old like a pool of water
10. Days ofthe years oflife,V"3 "yy a* [yom.]
Uen. 47. 8 P. said unto Jacob, How old (art thou ?
11.7*0 be old, aged, )?>; yashan, 2.
Lev. 13. ii It(is)an old leprosy in the skin of his flesh
l 2.Old, aged, ]?, yashan.
Lev. 25. 22 eat. .of old fruit until, .ye. .eat. .the old
26. 10 eat old store, and bring forth the old
Neh. 3. 6 the old gate repaired Jehoiada the son of
12. 39 above the old gate, and above the fish gate
Song 7. 13 manner of pleasant (fruits), new and old
Isa. 22.ii Ye made. .a ditch. .for the water of the old
13. Perpetuity, antiquity, ij ad.
Job 20. 4 Knowest tliou (not) this of old, since man
14. An age, indefinite time, cSiy olam.
Deut32. 7 Remember the days of old, consider the
Job 22. 15 Hast thou marked the old way which w.
ProV23- 10 Remove not the old landmark ; and enter
Isa. 61. 4 tliey shall build the old wastes,53. 12, 63.9.
63. ii Then he remembered the days of old, M.
Jer. 6. 16 ask for the old paths, where (is) the good
Lam. 3. 6 He., set me in dark places as. .dead of old
Eze. 25. 15 with, .heart, to destroy (it) for the old h.
26. 20 into the pit with the people of old time
Mic. 7. 14 flock, .let them feed.. as in the days of old
Mai. 3. 4 as in the days of old, and as informer ye.
15. An age, indefinite time, C^ alai.
Ezra 4. 15 moved sedition within the same of oldti.
4. 19 it is found that this city of old time hath
16. Before, before time, D^ qedem.
Neh. 12. 46 in the days of David and Asaph of old
Psa. 44. i didst in their days, in the times of old
53. 19 God shall hear, .he that abideth of old
63. 33 heavens of heavens, (which were) of old
74. 2 (which) thou hast purchased of old ; the
77. 5 I have considered the days of old, the y.
77. 1 1 surely I will remember thy wonders of old
78. 2 I will . . I will utter dark sayings of old
119. 152 I have known of old that thou hast fou.
143. 5 I remember the days of old ; I meditate
Jer. 46. 26 shall be inhabited, as in the days of old
Lam. i. 7 things that she had in the days of old, w.
2.17 that he had commanded in the days of old
5. 21 Turn thou us. .renew our days as of old
Mic. 5. 2 whose goings forth (have been) from of old
7. 20 which, .hast sworn, .from the days of old
17. Bi fore, former, Ji3"!j3 qadmoni.
Kze. 38. 17 he of whom I have spoken in old time by
18. Primeval, did, ancient, dp^aToy archaios.
Luke 9. 8 that one of the old prophets was risen ag.
9. 19 that one of the old prophets is risen again
Acts 21. 1 6 Mnason of Cyprus, an old disciple, 15.21.
2 Pe. 2. 5 spared not the old world, but saved Noah
Rev. 12. 9 the great dragon was cast out, that old s.
20. 2 he laid hold on the dragon, that old ser.
19. Old, yepuv geron.
John 3. 4 How can a man be born when he is old ?
20. Old. ancient, worn out, ira\cu6s palaios.
MaK. 9. 16 putteth a piece of new cloth unto an old
9. 17 Neither do men put new wine into old b.
13. 52 out of his treasure (things) new and old
Mark 2. 21 seweth a piece of new cloth on an old ga.
2. 21 that filled it up taketh away from the old
2. 22 no man putteth new wine into old bottles
Luke 5. 36 man putteth a piece of anew, .upon an o.
5. 36 out of the new agreeth not with the old
5. 37 no man putteth new wine into old bottles
5. 39 No man also having drunk old (wine) str.
5. 39 desireth new; for he saith, The old is bet.
Roan. 6. ~6 Knowing this, that our old man is crucified
1 Oo. 5. 7 Purge out therefore the old leaven, that
5. 8 let us keep the feast, not with old leaven
2 Co. 3. 14 untaken away in thereadingof the Old T.
Kph. 4. 22 That ye put off. .the old man, which is
Col. 3. 9 seeing that ye have put off the old man
i Jo. 2. 7 I write no new commandment . . but an old
2. 7 The old commandment is the word which
21. Long ago, formerly, anciently, iraAeu palai.
2 Pe. i. 9 forgotten that he was purged from his old
Jde 4 were before of old ordained to this conde.
22. Klder, aged, irptirfivTfpos presbuteros.
Acts 2. 17 shall see visions, and your old men shall
23. Old, aged, irptff&vrri? presbutef.
Luke i. 18 I am an old man, and my wife well stric.
24. Time, xf^vo ^ chronos.
A :ts 7. 23 when he was full forty years old, it came
[S lealio Age, corn, ever, lion, store, three years.]
OLD, to be, become, make, wax
1.7*0 inear out, n^ balah.
<ien. 18. 12 AfteV I am waxed old shall I have pleasu.
Deut. 3. 4 Thy raiment waxed not old upon thee
29. 5 your clothes are not waxen old upon you
29. 5 thy shoe is not waxen old upon thy foot
Josh. 9. 13 are become old by reason of the very long
Nell. 9. 21 their clothes waxed not old, and their feet
Psa. 32. 3 When I kept silence, my bones waxed old
102. 26 all of them shall wax old like a garment
Isa. 50. 9 they all shall wax old as a garment ; the
51. 6 the earth shall wax old like a garment
2. 7*o wear out, .173 balah, 3.
Lam. 3. 4 My flesh and my skin hath he made old
3. To be or become aged, jpj zaqen.
Gen. 18. 1 2 Sarah laughed!, saying, .my lord being old
18. 13 I of a surety bear a child, which am old?
24. i Abraham was old, (and) well stricken in
27. i it came to pass, that when Isaac was old
27. 2 Behold now, I am old, I know not the day
Josh. 13. i Joshua was old. .stricken in years ; and
13. i Thou art old. .stricken in years, and there
23. i that Joshua waxed old . . stricken In age
23. 2 said unto them, I am old . . stricken in age
Ruth i. 12 Turn, .for I am too old to have an husb.
i Sa. 2. 22 Now Eli was very old, and heard all that
4. 18 he died; for he was an old man, and heavy
8. i it came to pass, when Samuel was old, that
8. 5 Behold, thou art old, and thy sous walk
12. 2 I am old and grey headed ; and, behold
1 Ki. i. i Now kins? David was old. .stricken in ye.
i. 15 Bath-sheba went, .the king was very old
2 Ki. 4. 14 she hath no child, and her husband is old
1 Ch.23. i So when David was old and full of days
2 Ch.24- 15 Jehoiada waxed old, and was full of days
Psa. 37. 25 I have been young, and (now) am old ; yet
Prov.23- 22 despise not thy mother when she is old
4. To make or become aged, jpj zaqen, 5.
Job 14. 8 Though the root thereof wax old in thee.
Prov 22. 6 when he is old, he will not depart from
5.A ye, njpT ziqnah.
Gen. 24. 36 bare a son to my master when she was old
i Ki. 1 1 . 4 For it came to pass, when Solomon was old
Psa. 71. 18 Now also when I am old and greyheaded
6. To be removed, ayed, pny athaq.
Job 21. 7 Wherefore do the wicked live, become old
Psa. 6. 7 it waxeth old because of all mine enemies
7. 7*0 become old, yijpdaKoi gerask t.
John2i. 18 when thou shalt be old, thou shalt stre.
Heb. 8. 13 Now that which decayeth and waxeth old
8. To make old, ira\ai6ci> palaioo.
Lukei2. 33 provide yourselves bags which wax not old
Heb. i. ii they all shall wax old as doth a garment
8. 13 that he aaith. .he hath made the first old
OLD age
I. Aye, n:pt ziqnah.
i Ki.i5. 23 in the time of his old age he was diseased
Psa. 71. 9 Cast me not off in the time of old age; for
Isa. 46. 4 And (even) to . . old age I (am) he ; and
2. Age, old age, D
:;?? zequnim.
Gen. 21. 2 bare Abraham a son in his old age, at the
21. 7 for I have born (him) a son in his old age
37. 3 because he (was) the son of his old age
44. 20 a child of his old age, a little one ; and
3. Old age, grey hairs, nyw sebah.
Gen. 15. 15 thou ahalt be buried in a good old age
25. 8 up the ghost, and died in a good old age I
Judg. 8. 32 the son of Joash died in a good old age
Ruth 4. 15 he shall be. .a nourisher of thine old age
i Ch.29. 28 he died in a good old age, full of days
Psa. 92. 14 shall still bring forth fruit in old age
4. Old age, 77)00? geras.
Luke i. 36 she hath.. conceived a son in her old age
OLD estate
Former state, .I7"ij3 qadmah.
Eze. 36. ii I will settle you after your old estates, and
OLD (time) of, in (the)
I. From then, that time, IX? me-az.
Psa. 93. 2 Thythroue(is)establishedof old : thou(art)
2. From yesterday, former time, SisjiKD me-ethmol.
Isa. 30. 33 For Tophet (is) ordained of old ; yea, for
3. From indefinite time, oSijQ me-olam.
Gen. 6. 4 mighty men which (were) of old, men of
i Sa. 27. 8 for those . .of old the inhabitants of the 1.
Psa.ng. 52 I remembered thy judgments of old, O L.
Isa. 46. 9 Remember the former things of old : 57.11
Jer. 2. 20 For of old time I have broken ; Eze.26.2o.
4.7n. (the) ages, C O^yS le-olamim.
Eccl. i. 10 it hath been already of old time, which
5. Of (the) ages, antiquity, D apil olamim.
Isa. 51. 9 the ancient days, in the generations of old
6. From antiquity, DTnyrrja min ha-olam.
Jer. 28. 8 before me and before thee of old proph.
T. Previously, Q j;V le-phanim.
Deut. 2. 20 giants dwelt therein in old time; and the
1 Ch. 4. 40 for (they) of Ham had dwelt there of old
Psa. 102. 25 Of old hast thou laid the foundation of
8. First, former, ppx"! rishon.
a Sa ao. 1 8 They were wont to speak in old time, say.
9. Far off, pirn rachoq.
Isa. 25. i (thy) counsels of old (are) faithfulness, .t.
Jer. 31. 3 The LORD hath appeared of old unto me
10. From old time, tWaAcu ekpalai.
2 Pe. 3. 5 the heavens were of old, and the earth st.
11. Once, at some time or other, irart pole.
1 Pe. 3. 5 For after this manner in the old time the
2 Pe. i. 21 For the prophecy came not in old time by
OLD time, (them) of
Primeval, old, ancient, apxaios archaios.
Matt. 5.21 heard that it was said by them of old time
5. 27 heard that it was said [by them at old t.]
5. 33 it hath been said by them of old time
Acts 15. 21 For Moses of old time hath in every city
OLD things, things of old
1. Ancient thin y.v, ra apxciia [archaios] ; 2 Co.5. 17.
2. Former things, J2"!j3 qadmoni Isa. 43. 18.
OLD, very
One very ayed, V"y\ yashish.
Job 32. 6 I (am) young, and ye (are) very old . . I was
OLDNESS
Oldness, antiquity, tra\ai6rri^ palaiotes.
Rom. 7. 6 should serve . . not (in) the oldness of the
OLIVE, (berries or trees, yard)
1. Olive (berry, tree, yard), rn zayith.
Gen. 8. n in her mouth (was) an olive leaf pluckt off
Exod23. ii with thy vine yard.(and) with thy olive yard
27. 20 that they bring thee pure oil olive beaten
30. 24 And of cassia, .and of oil olive an hin
Lev. 24. 2 that they bring unto thee pure oil olive b.
Deut. 6. ii and olive trees, which thou plantedst not
8. 8 A land of wheat, .a land of oil olive and
24. 20 When thou beatest thine olive tree, thou
28. 40 Thou shalt have olive trees throughout all
28. 40 not anoint .. for thine olive shall cast
Josh 24. 13 of the vine yards and olive yards which ye
Judg. 9. 8 they said unto the olive tree, Reign thou
9. 9 But the olive tree said unto them, Should
15. 5 and burnt up. .the vine yards (and) olives.
1 Sa. 8. 14 take, .your vine yards, and your olive yards
2 Ki. 5. 26 (Is it) a time to receive, .olive yards, and
18. 32 take you away to. .a land of oil olive and
i Ch.27. 28 over the olive trees and the sycomore tre.
Neh. 5. ii Restore, .their olive yards, and their ho.
8. 15 Go forth, .and fetch olive branches, and
9. 25 possessed . .olive yards, and fruit trees iu
Job 15. 33 and shall cast off his flower as the olive
Psa. 52. 8 I (am) like a green olive tree in the house
128. 3 thy children like olive plants round about
Isa. 17. 6 left in it, as the shaking of an olive tree
24. 13 (shall be) as the shaking of an olive tree
Jer. ii. 16 LORD called thy name, A green olive tree
Hos. 14. 6 his beauty shall be as the olive tree, and
Amos 4. 9 when . . your olive trees increased, the pal.
Mic. 6. 15 thou shalt tread the olives, but thou shalt
Hab. 3. 17 the labour of the olive shall fail, and the
Hag. 2. 19 the pomegranate, and the olive tree, hath
Zech. 4. 3 two olive trees by it, one upon the right
4. ii What (are) these two olive trees upon the
4. 12 What (be these) two olive branches which
2. Oil, oil tree, JSE* shemen. .
i Ki. 6. 23 And. .he made two cherubim (of) olive tr.
6. 31 he made doors (of) olive tree : the lintel
6. 32 The two doors also (were of) olive tree
6. 33 So also made he. .posts (of) olive tree, a
3. Olive, tree or berry, t\aia elaia.
Rom ii. 17 of the root and fatness of the olive tree
ii. 24 these.. be grafted into their own olive tree
Jas. 3. 12 Can the fig tree, .bear olive berries? either
Rev. ii. 4 These are the two olive trees, and the two
OLIVE tree, good
A good olive tree, /caAAieAaioy kallielaios.
Rom ii. 24 and wert grafted, .into a good olive tree
OLIVE tree, wild
A field or wild olive tree, aypie\aios agrielaios.
Rom 1 1. 17 thou, being a wild olive tree, wert grafted"
ii. 24 cut out of the olive tree, which is wild by
OLIVES
Mount of Olives, r^> opos -rSiv 4\aiuv. See Olivet.
Matt 21. i come to Bethphage, unto the mount of O.
24. 3 as he sat upon the mount of O., the disc.
26. 30 sung, .they went out into the mount of O.
Mark 1 1. i at the mount of O., he sendeth forth two-
13. 3 he sat upon the mount of ()., over against
14. 26 sung, .they went out into the mount of O.
Lukeig. 29 at the mount called, .of <)., he sent two of
19. 37 even now at the descent of the mount of O.
21. 37 abode in the mount that is called, .of O.
22. 39 went, as he was wont, to the mount of O.
John 8. i [Jesus went unto the mount of O.]
O-LI -VET, E\ai<t>v olives.
A ridge of hills on the E. of Jerusalem, about a mile
from N. to S., and 200 feet above the siteof the temple;
named in the 0. T., in 2 Sam. 15. 30, and Zech. 14. 4
called also the Mount of Corruption, 2 Ki. 23. 13.
Acts i. 12 unto Jerusalem from the mount called 0.
LYM -PAS, OAu/uirSj.
A believer at Rome whom Paul salutes.
Rom 16. 15 O., and all the saints which are with them
MAR, i~ix mountaineer.
A son of Eliphaz son of Esau. B.C. 1670.
Gen. 36. ii were Teman, O., Zepho, and Gatam, and
36. 15 duke Teman, duke ()., duke Zepho, duke
i Ch. i. 36 and O., Zephi, and Gatam, Kenaz, and T.
OM-E -GA, flut-yo.
An appellation of the Lord Jesus Christ, signifying
" the last," as Alpha does " the first."
Rev. i. 8 I am Alpha and O., the beginning and the
OMBR 715 ON
Rev. i. ii [I am Alpha andO., the first and the last]
21. 6 I am Alpha and O.,the beginning and the
22. 13 I am Alpha and O.,the beginning andthe
OMER
An outer, (tenth of an ephah), -ny omer.
Exodi6. 16 an omer for every mail, .the number of
16. 18 when they did mete (it) with an omer, he
16. 22 they gathered, .two omers for one (man)
16. 32 Kill an omer of it to be kept for your gen.
16- 33 pn* u" omer f l|H " I11!llma tlierein, and
16. 36 Now an omer (is) the tenth (part) of an ep.
OMIT, to
To send away, let go, a<t>i-nfj.i apkieni.
Matt 2 3. 23 have omitted the weightier (matters) of
OMNIPOTENT
All powerful, -rravroKparivp pnntokrator.
Rev. 19. 6 Alleluia, .the Lord God omnipotent reign.
OM -RI, "py Jah apportions.
1. Father of Ahab, and captain of the host, afterwards
made king instead of Zimri who had slain Elah. B.C.
929-907.
1 Ki.ifi. 16 Israel made O., the captain of the host
16. 17 O. went up from Gibbethon, and all Israel
16. 21 to make him king; and half followed O.
16. 22 But the people that followed O. prevailed
16. 22 prevailed, .so Tibni died, and O. reigned
16. 23 began O. to reign over Israel, twelve ye.
16. 25 O. wrought evil in the eyes of the LORD
16. 27 the acts of O. which he did, and his mi.
16. 28 O. slept with his fathers, and was buried
16. 29 began Ahab the son of O. to reign over
16. 29 son of O. reigned over Israel in Samaria
16. 30 the son of O. did evil in the sight of the
2 Ki. 8. 26 Athaliah, the daughter of O. king of Isr.
2 Ch.22. 2 name, .(was) Athaliah the daughter of O.
Mic. 6. 16 the statutes of O. are kept, and all the
2. A son of Becher son of Benjamin. B.C. 1600.
i Ch. 7. 8 O., and Jerimoth, and Abiah, and Anath.
3. A descendant of Pharez son of Judah. B.C. 640.
i Ch. 9. 4 the son of O., the son of Imri, the sou of
4. Son of Michael, and ruler of Issachar in the days of
David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.27. 18 of the brethren of David : of Issachar ; O.
ON, jit sun.
1. Capital of Lower Egypt, E. of the Nile, and a little
>". of Memphis ; it is called also Heliopolis, as well as
Beth-shemesh, i.e. "house of the sun."
Gen. 41. 45, 50 daughter of Potipherah priest of O
46. 20 the daughter of Potipherah priest of O.
2. A Reubenite, son of Peleth, who joined with Korah,
Dathati, and Abiram iu murmuring against Moses and
Aaron. B.C. 1472.
Num. 1 6. i O. the son of Peleth, sons of Reuben, took
ON
1. Unto, Vx el.
Exodig. 20 the LORD came down, .on the top of the
2. Going,
1
n^rr halak (adv. infin.).
Jndgi4. 9* And he took thereof.. and went onJos.6. 13.
1 Sa. 14. 19 that the noise, .went on and increased ,
19. 23 he went on and prophesied, until he came
2 Sa. 5. jo And David went on, and grew great, and
13. 19 and rent hergarment. . and went on crying
3. Up to, ty ad.
Ezra 6. 15 this house was finished on the third day
4.0n, upon, over, Sy al.
Gen. 6. i men began to multiply on the face of the
Dan. 6. 14 set (his) heart on Daniel to deliver him
5. At t/ie face of, j^ li-phene.
2 Ki. 5. 2 littla maid ; and she waited on Naaman s
6. To set, place, put, D s1
, Die? sum, sim, 5.
Eze. 21. 16 on the right hand, (or) on the left, whither.
7. From, a.v& apo.
Rev. 6. 10 judge and avenge our blood [on] them that
21. 13 On the east.. on the north, .on the s. . .on
6. To ward, to, into, els eis.
Matt 37. 30 took the reed, and smote him on the head
Mark 4. 8 other fell on good ground, and did yield
8. 23 when he had spit on his eyes, and put his
14. 6 said . .she hath wrought a good work [on]
Luke 6. 20 he lifted up his eyes on his disciples, and
8. 23 there came down a storm of wind on the
12. 49 I am come to send fire [on] the earth ; and
15. 22 put a ring on his hand, and shoes on (his)
John 1. 12 power, .to them that believe on his name
2. ii did Jesus, .and his disciples believed on
3. 18 He that believeth on him is not condeni.
3. 36 He that believeth on the Son hath everl.
4. 39 many, .believed on him for the saying of
6. 29 that ye believe on him whom he hath sent
6. 35 he that believeth on me shall never thirst
6. 40 which seeth the Son, and believeth on him
6. 47 He that believeth [on] mehath everlasting
7. 31 many of the people believed on him, and
7. 38 He that believeth on me, as the scripture
7- 39 which they that believe on him should r.
7. 48 Have any of the rulers, .believed on him?
8. 6 [with (his) finger wrote on the ground]
8. 8 [stooped down, and wrote on the ground]
8. 30 As he spake these . . many believed on him
9. 35 said.. Dost tliou believe on the Son of God?
9. 36 Who is he . .that I might believe on him?
John 10. 42 And many believed on him there ,
ii. 45 Then many of the Jews, .believed on him
11. 48 If we let. .alone, all. .will believe on him
12. ii the Jews went away, and believed on Je.
12. 37 though he had done, .they believed not
12. 42 the chief rulers, .many believed on him
12. 44 Jesus cried andsaid, He that believethon
12. 44 believeth not on me, but on him that sent
12. 46 that whosoever believeth on me should
13. 22 Then the disciples looked one on another
14. 12 He that believeth on me, the works that
16. 9 Of sin, because they believe not on me
17. 20 which shall believe on me through their
19. 37 They shall look on him whom they pierced
21. 4 when, .morning was. .come, J. stood [on]
21. 6 Cast the net on the right side of the ship
Acts 6. 15 looking stedfastly on him, saw his face as
13. 9 filled with the Holy Ghost, set his eyes on
14. 23 they commended them to the Lord, on
19. 4 that they should believe on him which
19. 4 should come after him, that is, on Christ
Romi6. 6 GreetMary.whobestowedmuchlabouron
2 Co.n. 20 ye suffer, .if a man smite you on the face
Gal. 3. 14 might come on the Gentiles through Jesus
Phil. i. 29 not only to believe on him, but also to s.
1 Jo. 5. 10 He that believeth on the Son of God hath
5.13 unto yon that believe [on] the name of the
5. 13 that ye may believe on the name of the
Rev. 13. 13 maketh fire come down from heaven on
9. Out of, IK ek. {.See left (on)].
Matt 21. 19 Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward
Rev. 18. 20 Rejoice, .for God hath avenged you on
10. In, among, during, lt> en.
Matt 22. 40 On these two commandments hang all the
24. 20 that your flight be not. .[on] the sabbath
26. 5 they said, Not on the feast . . lest there be
Mark o. 23 he went through the corn fields on the s.
2. 24 why do they [on] the sabbath day that w.
14. 2 they said, Not on the feast . . lest there be
16. s they saw a young man sitting on the right
Luke i. 59 it came to pass, that on the eighth day
4. 16 he went into the synagogue on the sabbath
4. 31 came, .and taught them on the sabbath
5. 17 it came to pass on a certain day, as he was
6. i it came to pass, on the second sabbath
6. 2 which is not lawful to do [on] the sabbath
6. 6 it came to pass also on another sabbath
f 6.7 whether he would heal on the sabbath d.
8. 15 that on the good ground are they, which
8. 22 it came to pass on a certain day, that he
8. 32 an herd of many swine feeding on the m.
9 37 it came to pass, that [on] the next day, w.
12. 51 that I am come to give peace on earth?
13. 7 I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and
13. 10 teaching in one of the synagogues on the
14. 5 straightway pull him out [on] the sabbath
20. i on one of those days, as he taught the pe.
John 5. 9 walked : and on the same day was the sa.
5. 16 he had done these things on the sabbath
7. 22 ye [on] the sabbath day circumcise a man
7. 23 If a man on the sabbath day receive cir.
7. 23 I have made a man . . whole on the sabbath
13. 23 there was leaning on Jesus bosom one of
19. 31 not remain upon the cross on the sabbath
Rom 12. 7 Or. .on. .ministering: or hethat teacheth
12. 8 Or he that exhorteth, on exhortation : he
2 Co. 4. 8 troubled on every side, yet not distressed
7. 5 had no rest, but we were troubled on every
8. i of the grace of God bestowed on the chu.
Heb. i. 3 on the right hand of the majesty on high
8. i who is set on the right hand of the throne
10. 12 forever, sat down on the right hand of God
i Pe. 3. 22 who is gone into heaven, and is on the r.
4. 16 ashamed; but let him glorify God on this
Rev. i. 10 I was in the spirit on the Lord s day, and
5. 13 every creature which is in heaven, and [on]
11. Above, upon, firdvw epano.
Matt. 5. 14 city that is set on an hill cannot be hid
21. 7 put on them their clothes, and. .set. .the.
Lukeio. 19 give unto you power to tread on serpents
Rev. 6. 8 his name that sat on him was Death, and
12. OH, upon, tiri (gen.) epi.
Matt. 9. 2 a man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed
9. 6 Son of man hath power on earth to forgi.
14. 25 Jesus went unto them,walking [on] the sea
16. 19 shalt bind on earth, .shalt loose on earth
18. 18 shall bind on earth, .shall loose on earth
18. 19 That if two of you shall agree on earth
24. 17 Let him which is oil the house top not c.
26. 12 she hath poured this ointmenton mybody
27. 19 When he was set down on the judgment
Mark 2. 10 Son of man hathpoweron earth to forgive
4. i whole multitude was by the sea on the 1.
6. 47 midst of the sea, and he alone on the land
8. 6 commanded the people to sit down on the
9. 3 so as no fuller on earth can white them
9. 20 fell on the ground, and wallowed foaming
13. 15 let him that is on the house top not go
14. 35 forward a little, and fell [on] the ground
Luke 2. 14 and on earth peace, good will toward men
8. 13 They on the rock (are they), which, when
8. 16 setteth (it) on a candlestick, that they
18. 8 cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?
22. 21 that betrayeth me (is) with me on the ta.
22. 30 sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes
John 6. 2 they saw his miracles which he did on t.
6. 19 they see Jesus walking on the sea, and d.
17. 4 I have glorified thee on the earth : I have
19. 19 Pilate wrote a title, and put (it) on the c.
Acts 2. 30 [would raise up Christ to sit on his throne}
5. 15 laid, .on beds and couches, that at the 1.
5. 30 Jesus, whom ye slew, and hanged on a t.
10. 39 he. .whom they slew, and hanged on a t.
21. 23 We have four men which have a vow on
21. 40 Paul stood on the stairs, and beckoned w.
25. 6 the next day, sitting on the judgment seat
25. 17 on the morrow I sat on the judgment seat
27.44 some . . and some on (broken pieces) of the
i Co.n. 10 ought the woman to have power on (her)
Gal. 3. 13 Cursed (is) every one that hangeth on a
Eph. i. 10 which are in heaven, and which are on
6. 3 That. . tin iu mayest live long on the earth
Col. 3. 2 things above, not .. things on the earth
Heb. 8. 4 Kor if he were on earth he should not be
11. 13 were strangers and pilgrims on the earth
12. 25 not who refused him that spake on earth
Jas. 5. 5 Yeliave lived in pleasure on the earth, and
5. 17 it rained not on the earth by the space of
Rev. 4. 2 set in heaven, and (one) sat on the throne
4. 9 and thanks to him that sat on the throne
4. 10 fall down before him that sat on the thr.
5. i I saw in the right hand of him that sat on
5. 10 made us.. priests: and we shall reign on the
6. 10 avenge our blood . .them that dwell on the-
6. 16 from the face of him that sitteth on the
7. i standing on the four corners of the earth
7. i not blow on the earth, nor on the sea, nor
7. 15 he that sitteth on the throne shall dwell
9. 1 7 I saw .. horses . . and them that sat on them
ii. 10 prophets tormented them that dwelt on
13. 14 deceiveth them that dwell on the earth
13. 14 saying to them that dwell on the earth
14. 6 to preach unto them that dwell on the e.
14. 14 having on his head a golden crown, and
14. 15 And. .crying, .to him that sat on the clo.
17. 8 they that dwell on the earth shall wonder
17. 9 mountains, on which the woman sitteth
19. 4 worshipped God that sat on the throne
19. 18 of them that sit on them, and the flesh of
19. 19 to make war against him that sat on the
20. 6 on such the second death hath no power
20. ii I saw a. .throne, and him that sat on it
IS. On, upon, tiri (dat.) epi.
Mark 2. 21 No man. .seweth a piece of new cloth on
Luke 7. 13 had compassionon her, and saiduntoher
John 4. 6 Jesus., being wearied, .sat thus on the w.
Acts 27. 44 And the rest, some on boards, and some
Rom. 9. 33 whosoever believeth on him shall not be
10. 1 1 Whosoever believeth on him shall not be
i Ti. i. 16 which should hereafter believe ou him to
i Pe. 2. 6 he that believeth on him shall not be co.
Rev. 6. 2 he that sat ou him had a bow ; and a cro.
6. 5 he that sat ou him had a pair of balances
14. On, upon, liri (ace.) epi.
Matt. 4. 5 setteth him on a pinnacle of the temple
5. 15 put it under a bushel, but on a candlest.
5. 39 whosoever shall smite thee [on] thy right
5. 45 maketh his sun to rise on the evil and
5. 45 sendeth rain on the just and . . the unjust
10. 29 one of them shall not fall [on] the ground
10. 34 Think not that I am come to send peace o.
13. 2 the whole multitude stood on the shore
14. 19 commanded the multitude to sit down on
14. 26 whenthedisciplessawhiniwalkingon the
14. 28 Lord, .bid me come unto thee on v. 29.
15. 32 I have compassion on the multitude, be.
15. 35 commanded the multitude to sit down on
17. 6 they fell on their face, and were sore afr.
21. 44 whosoever shall fall on this stone shall be
21. 44 [but on whomsoever it shall fall, it will]
23. 4 bind heavy burdens . . and lay (them) on
26. 7 ointment, and poured (it) on his head, as
26. 39 he went a little farther, and fell on his f.
26. 50 Then came they, and laid hands on Jesus
27. 25 His blood (be) on us, and on our children
Mark 4. 5 some fell on stony ground, where it had
4.16 these are they likewise which are sown on
4. 20 these are they which are sown on good g.
4. 21 put under, .and not to be set on a candl
4. 38 he was in the hinder part .. asleep on a p.
8. 2 I have compassion on the multitude, be
9. 22 but. .have compassion on us, and help us.
14. 46 they laid their hands [on] him, and took
16. 1 8 [they shall lay hands on the sick, .they]
Luke i. 65 fear came on all that dwelt round about
4. 9 and set him on a pinnacle of the temple
5. 12 who)seeiug Jesus, fell on (his) face, and be.
6. 29 unto him that smiteth thee on the . . cheek
6. 48 digged deep, and laid the foundation on
8. 8 other fell [on] good ground, and sprang
10. 34 set him on his own beast, and broughthim
10. 35 on the morrow, when he departed, he took
11. 33 on a candlestick, that they which come in
15. 5 he layeth (it) on his shoulders, rejoicing
15. 20 ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him
17. 16 fell down on (his) face at his feet, giving
20. 18 on whomsoever it shall fall, it will grind
20. 19 the same hour sought to lay hands on him
21. 12 they shall lay their hands on you, and p.
21. 35 shall it come on all them that dwell on
23. 30 begin to say to the mountains, Kail on us
John i. 33 spirit descending, and remaining on him
3. 36 believeth not. .wrath of God abideth on
7. 30 no man laid hands on him, because his h
7. 44 have taken him ; but no man laid hands on
12. 15 thy king cometh, sitting on an aas s colt
13. 25 He then lying on Jesus breast saithunto
21. 20 which also leaned on his breast at .supper
Acts 2. 18 on my servants and on my hand maidens
4. s it came to pass on the morrow, that their
ON 716 "ONE
Acts 4. 22 the man was above forty years old on w.
5. 5 great fear came on all them that heard t.
5. 1 8 laid their bands on the apostles, and put
7. 54 and they gnashed on him with (their) teeth
8. 17 Then laid they, .hands on them, and they
9. 17 putting his hands on him, said, Brother
10. 44 Holy Ghost fell on all them which heard
10. 45 because that on the Gentiles also was po.
11. 15 Holy Ghost fell on them, as on us at the
1 1. 1 7 as .. unto us, who believed on the Lord Je.
13. ii there fell on him a mist and a darkness
14. 10 Said with a loud voice, Stand upright on
16. 31 Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and th.
i;. 26 to dwell on all the face of the earth, and
19. 6 the Holy Ghost came on them; and they
19. 16 leaped on them, and overcame them, and
19. 17 fear fell on them all, and the name of the
20. 37 and fell on Paul s neck, and kissed him
21. 5 we kneeled down on the shore, and prayed
21. 27 stirred up. .the people, and laid hands on
22. 19 I imprisoned . . them that believed on thee
28. 3 laid (them) on the flre, there came a viper
Rom. 4. 5 believethon him that justifteth the lingo.
4. 24 if we believe on him that raised up Jesus
9. 23 the riches of his glory on the vessels of in.
1 1. 22 on them which fell, severity ; but toward
12. 20 thou shalt heap coals of flre on his head
15. 3 reproaches, .that reproached thee fell on
i Co. 14. 25 so falling down on (his) face he will wor.
Gal. 6. 16 peace (be) on them, and mercy, and upon
Col. 3. 6 [the wrath of Godcometh onthe children]
i Ti. i. 18 the prophecies which went before ontheu
Titus 3. 6 Which he shed on us abundantly through
i Pe. 2. 24 bare our sins in his own body on the tree
Rev. 3. 3 I will come [on] thee as a thief, and thou
4. 4 they had on their heads crowns of gold
6. 16 Fall on us, and hide us from the face of
7. i standing on the four corners of the earth
7. i that the wind should not blow, .on any
7. ii fell before the throne on their faces, and
7. 16 neither shall the sun light on them, nor
9. 7 on their heads, .as it were crowns like
to. 2 right foot upon the sea, and (his) left, .on
ii. 16 elders which sat beforeGod on their seats
14. i a Lamb stood on the mount Sion, and w.
14. 16 sat on the cloud thrust in his sickle on the
15. 2 stand on the sea of glass, having the harps
18. 19 they cast dust on their heads, and cried
19. 12 on his head (were) many crowns; and he
19. 16 he hath on (nis) vesture and on his thigh
20. 9 they went up on the breadth of the earth
15. Down upon, Kara, (gen.) kata.
Marki4. 3 brake the box, and poured (it)[on] his h.
16. Down through, over against, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Acts 8. 36 as they went on (their) way, they came u.
IT. Among, with, /u*ra (gen.} ineta.
Lukeio. 37 Andhesaid.Hethatshowedmercyonhhn
18. About, round about, irtpl (gen.) peri.
Matt 9. 36 he was moved with compassion on them
Acts 10. 19 While Peter thought on the vision, the
[See also About, affection, ask, behalf, bestow, bind,
breathe, bring, call, come, coming, compassion, draw,
driven, edge, fasten, follow, foot, go, have, high, hold,
horseback, lay, lead, leap, light, look, mercy, pass,
pressed, put, putting, ride, right, say, set, seize, smoke,
take, take hold, wait, walk, way, write.]
ON behalf
I. On, upon, liri (flat.) epi.
Rom 16. 19 I am glad therefore on your behalf : but
2. About, round about, irtpl (yen.) peri.
i Co. i. 4 I thank my God always on your behalf, for
ON continually
Ooimj, 11717 halak (adv. infin.).
Josh. 6. 13 And seven priests, .went on continually
ON either side
From hence, IvrtvOev enteuthen.
.Tolling. 18 n either side one, and Jesus in the midst
Rev. 22. a [on either side] of the river, .the tree of
ON... part
Down through, throughout, Kara (ace.) kata.
i Pe. 4. 14 [on their part he is evil, .on your part he]
ON the part
For, in bclwilfof, vtrtp (gen.) huper.
Mark 9. 40 he that is not against us is on our part
ON this side. . .on that side
Hither... thither, njnS . . . .t|nS la-henah...ia-henah.
Eze. i. 23 covered on this side, .covered on that a.
O -NAJK, CJIK strength.
1. Second son of Shobal son of Seir. B.C. 1700.
Gen. g6. 23 and Manahath, and Ebal, Shepho, and O.
i Ch. i. 40 and Manahath, and Ebal, Shephi, and O.
2. A son of Jerameel son of Hezron son of Pharez son
of Judah. B.C. 1490.
i Ch. 2. 26 name (was) Atarah. .(was)themotherof O.
2. 28 And the sons of O. were Shammai, and J .
O -NAN, \yn strength.
Second son of Judah, by the danghter of Shua tho
Canaanite. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 38. 4 bare a son ; and she called his name O.
38. 8 Judah said untoO.. Go in unto thy brot.
38. 9 O. knew that the seed should not be his
46. 12 ions of Judah ; Er, and O. . . but Er and U.
Num.26. 19 of Judah (were) Brand O. :and ErandO.
i Ch. 2. 3 The sons of Judah ; Er and ()., and Sht-1.
ONCE, at once, this once, for all, when
1. From then or that (time), JKC iiu -az.
Psa. 76. 7 who may stand. .when once thou art an. t
2. One, "inx cchad.
Exod3o. 10 upon the horns of it once in a year with
30. 10 once in the year shall he make atonement
Lev. 16. 34 to make an atonement for. .sing, once a
1 Ki. 10. 22 once in three years came the navy of
2 Ki. 6. 10 saved himself there, not once nor twice
2 Ch. 9. 21 every three years once came the ships or
Job 33. 14 For God speaketh once, yea, twice,
40. 5 Once have I spoken, but I will not answei
Psa. 62. ii God hath spoken once ; twice ; Hag. 2. 6.
la. At once, (nrihc) nnK? be-achath.
Prov 2 8. 1 8 is) perverse (in his) ways shall fall atone*
3. Hasting, hastily, inp maher.
Deut. 7. 22 thou niayest not consume them at once
Za.In one vengeance, in* D^} naqam echad.
Judgi6. 28 that I may be at once avenged of tne P.
4. Yet, still, any more, ~ny od.
Jer. 13. 27 Woe unto thee. .when (shall it) once (be)?
5. Step, beat, time, oy$ paam.
Gen. 1 8. 32 And he said.. I will speak yet but this o.
Exodio. 17 forgive, .my sin only this once, and intr.
Judg. 6. 39 I will speak but this once, .but this once
16. 18 Come up this once, for he hath showed
16. 28 strengthen me, I pray thee, only this on.
Neh. 13. 20 without Jerusalem once or ; Jer. 16. 21.
5a. One beat, one time, Jinx cy? paam achath.
Josh. 6. 3 And ye shall., go round abou* the city o.
6. ii compassed the city, going about (it) once
6. 14 the second day they compassed the city o.
1 Sa. 26. 8 with the spear even to the earth at once
Isa. 66. 8 shall a nation be born at once ! for as soon
Hb.At [this] time, [n*n] cyss [be-paam].
Jer. 10. 18 sling outtheinhabitants.. at thisonce.and
6. Once, once for all, airo| hapdx.
2 Co. ii. 25 once was I stoned, thrice I suffered shipw.
Phil. 4. 16 For even inThessalonicayesentonceand
i Th. 2. 18 we would have comeuntoyou. .onceauoS
Heb. 6. 4 impossible for those who were once enli.
9. 7 (went) the high priest alone once every
9. 26 now once in the end of the world hath
9. 27 as it is appointed unto men once to die
9. 28 So Christ was once offered to bear the sins
10. 2 the worshippers once purged should have
12. 26 Yet once morel shake not the earth onl,
12. 27 Yet once more, signifleth the removing o"f
i Pe. 3. 1 8 For Christ also hath once suffered for sins
3. 20 when [once] the long suffering of God w.
Jude 3 which was once delivered unto the saints
5 though ye once knew this, how that the L.
7. From, a.(f>
ov &v aph hou an.
Lukei3. 2 S When once the master of the house is risen
8.At once, once for all, t<f>dira ephapax.
Rom. 6. 10 For in that he died, he died unto sin once
i Co.i5. 6 seen of above five hundred brethren at o.
Heb. 7.27 this he did once, when he offered uphim.
9. 12 he entered in once into the holy place
10. 10 offering of the body of Jesus, .once
9. Once, at some time, irort pote.
Rom. 7. 9 For I was alive without the law once : but
Gal. i. 23 preacheth the faith which once he destro.
ONE
1. 0>te,tnx cchad.
Gen. i. 9 be gathered together unto one place, and
2. 21 he took one of "his ribs, and closed up the
2. 24 unto his wife ; and they shall be one flesh
3. 22 the man is become as one of us, to know
4. 19 the name of the one (was) Adah, and the
10. 25 were born two sons: the nameofone(was)
11. i was of one language, and of one speech
ii. 6 the people (is) one, and they have all one
19. 9 This one. .came in to sojourn, and he will
21. 15 she cast the child under one of the shrubs
22. 2 upon one of the mountains which I will t.
26. 10 one of the people might lightly have lien
27. 38 Hast thou but one blessing, my father? b.
27. 45 I be deprived also of you both in one day?
32. 8 If Esau come to the one company, and s.
33. 13 if men should overdrive them one day, all
34. 16 dwell with you, and we will become one
34. 22 to be one people, if every male among us
40. 5 each man his dream in one night, each in.
41. 5 seven ears of corn came up upon one stalk
41. ii we dreamed a dream in one night, I and
41. 22 seven ears came up in one stalk, full andg.
41. 25 The dream of Pharaoh (is) one : God hath
41. 26 good ears (are) seven years : the dream (is)
42. ii We (are) all one man s sons : we (are) true
42. 13 the sons of one man in the land, .and one
42. 16 Send one of you, and let him fetch your b.
42. 19 let one of your brethren be bound in the
42. 27 as one of them opened his sack, to give his
43. 32 sons of our father; one (is) not, and the yo.
42. 33 leave one of your brethren (here) with me
44. 28 And the one went out from me, and I said
48. 22 I have given to thee one portion above thy
49. 16 Dan shall judge his people, as one of the
Exotl. i. 15 of which UM name of the one (was) Ship.
8. 31 removed the swarms, .remained not one
9. 6 but of the cattle of . . Israel died not one
Exod. i). 7 there was not one of the cattle of the Is.
10. 19 there remained not one locust in all the
11. i Yet will I bring one plague .. upon Phar.
12. 18 until the one and twentieth day of the
12. 46 In one house shall it be eaten : thou sha.
12. 49 One law shall be to him that is home born
14. 28 there remained notsomuchasoneofthi in
16. 22 they gathered twice, .two omens for one
17. 12 the one on the one side, and the other on
18. 3 of which the name of the one (was) Gers.
23. 29 not drive them out from before thee in o.
24. 3 all the people answered with one voice
25. 12 two rings, .in the one side of it, and two
25. 19 make one cherub on the one end, and the
25. 32 three branches, .out of the one side, and
25. 33 (with) a knop and a flower in one branch
25. 36 all of it. .one beaten work (of) pure gold
26. 2, 8 The length of one. .the breadth of one
26. 2 and . . the curtains shall have one measure
26. 4 make loops . . upon the edge of the one c.
26. 5 Fifty loops shalt thou make in the one c.
26. 6 and couple, .and it shall be one taberna.
26. 8 and the eleven curtains . . of one measure
26. 10 make fifty loops on the edge of the one c.
26. ii couple the tent together, that it. .be one
26. 16 a cubit and a half . .the breadth of one b.
26. 17 Two tenons, .in one board, set in order
26. 19, 21, 25 two sockets under one board
26. 24 coupled . . above the head of it unto one r.
26. 26 five for the boards of the one side of the
27. 9 of an hundred cubits long for one side
28. 10 Six of their names on one stone, and . .six
29. i Take one young bullock, and two rams
29. 3 thou shalt put them into one basket, and
29. 15 Thou shalt also take one ram ; and Aaron
29. 23 one loaf of bread, and one cake . . and one
29. 39 The one lamb thou shalt offer in the in or.
29. 40 with the one lamb a tenth deal of flour
36. 9 length of one curtain . . the breadth of one
36. gfourcubits: the curtains (were) all of ones.
36. 10 coupled the flve. .one unto another, .one
36. ii he made loops of blue on the edge of one
36. 12 Fifty loops made he in one curtain, and
36. 12 the loops held one (curtain) to another
36. 13 coupled, .one unto another, .it became o
36. 15 of one curtain, .of one curtain, .of one s
36. 18 to couple the tent, .that it might be one
36. 22 One board. .two tenons, equally distant o.
36. 24, 26 two sockets under one board
36. 29 coupled together at the head, .to one ring
36. 31 flve for the boards of the one side of the
37. 3 two rings upon the one side of it, and two
37. 8 One cherub on the end on this side, and
37. 19 made after the fashion of almonds in o.
37. 22 all of it. .one beaten work (of) pure gold
Lev. 5. 4, 5 he shall be guilty in one of these
5. 7 one for a sin offering, and the other for a
5. 13 sin that he hath sinned in one of these
7. 7 one law for them : the priest that makfth
7. 14 of it he shall offer one out of the whole
8. 26 he took one unleavened cake, and. .one
12. 8 one for the burnt offering, and the other
13. 2 unto Aaron the priest, or unto one of his
14. 5 the priest shall command that one of the
14. 10 one ewe lamb of the first year, .and one
14. 12 the priest shall take one he lamb,and offer
14. 21 he shall take fine lamb, .and one tenth
14. 22 the one shall be a sin offering, and the o.
14. 30 he shall offer the one of the turtle doves
14. 31 the one(for)a sin offering, and the other
14. 50 he shall kill the one of the birds in an e.
15. 15, 30 the one. .a sin offering, and the other
16. 5 he shall take, .one ram for a burnt offer.
16. 8 one lot for the LORI>, and the other lot
22. 28 not kill it and her young both in one day
23. 1 8 ye shall offer, .one young bullock, and
23. 19 ye shall sacrifice one kid of the goats for
24. 5 And. .two tenth deals shall be in one cake
24. 22 Ye shall have one manner of law, as well
25. 48 he may be redeemed, .one of his brethren
26. 26 ten women shall bake your bread in one
Num. i. 41 forty and one thousand and five hundred
1. 44 each one was for the house of his fathers
2. 1 6 fifty and one thousand and four hundred
2. 28 forty and one thousand and flve hundred
6. ii the priest shall offer the one for a sin off.
6. 14 one he lamb, .and one ewe lamb. .and one
6. 19 one unleavened cake, .one unleavened w.
7. 13 one silver charger, .one silver bowl
So in V. 19, 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, 55, 61, 67, 73, 79.
7. 14, 20 one spoon of ten (shekels) of gold, full
7. 15 One young bullock, one ram, one lamb
So in v. 21, 27, 33, 39, 45. S . 57. 63, 69, 75, 81.
7. 16, 22, 28, 34, 40, 46 One kid of the goats
7. 52, 58, 64, 70, 76, 82 One kid of the goats
7. 26 One golden spoon of ten (shekels)
So in v. 32, 38, 44, 50, 56, 62, 68, 74, 80.
8. 12 thou shalt offer the one., a sin offering,and
9. 14 ye shall have one ordinance, both for the
10. 4 if they blow, .with one. .then the princes
11. 19 Ye shall not eat one day, nor two days
ii. 26 the name of the one. . Eldad, and the name
13. 23 cut down from thence a branch with one
14. 15 thou shalt kill, .this people as one man
15. 5 drink offering shalt thou prepare, .forone
15. ii shall it be done for me bullock, .for one
15. 15 One ordinance.. for you of the congregat.
15. 16 One law and one manner shall be foryou
15. 24 offer one young bullock, .and one kid of
15. 29 Ye shall have one law for him that sinneth
16. 15 have not taken one ass. .neither, .hurt o.
16. at shall one man sin, and wilt thou be, wroth
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Numi7. 3 oue rod., for the head of the house of their
17. 6 for each prince one, according to their f.
28. 4 oue lamb shall thou offer in the morning
28. 7 the fourth (part) of an hin for the oue la.
28. ii, igotfer. .two young bullocks, and one ram
28. 12 three tenth deals of flour, .foroue bullock
28. 12 two tenth deals of Hour, .for one ram
28 13 with oil (for) a meat offering unto one la.
28 15 one kid of the goats for a sin offering unto
28. 22 oue goat, .a sin offering, to make an ato.
28. 27 two young bullocks, one ram, seven lambs
28. 28 unto one bullock, two tenth deals unto o.
28. 29 A several tenth deal unto one lamb, thro.
28^ 30 one kid of the goats, to make an atonem.
29! 2, 8 oue young bullock,one ram. .seven lambs
29. 4 one tenth deal for one lamb, throughout
29. 5 one kid of the goats, .a sin offering, to
29. 9 mingled witli oil. .two tenth deals to one
29. 10 A several tenth deal for one lamb, throu.
ag. n, 16, 19, 25 one kid of the goats (for) a sin
29. 22, 28, 31, 34, 38 one goat (for) a sin offering
29. 36 one bullock, one ram, seven lambs of the
31. 28 one soul of five hundred, .of the persons
31. 30 thou shalttake one portion of fifty, of the
31. 34 And threescore and one thousand asses
31. 39 the LORD S tribute (was) threescore and
31. 47 Moses took one portion of fifty, .of man
34. 18 ye shall take one prince of every tribe, to
35. 30 one witness shall not testify against any
36. 8 shall be wife unto oue of the family of the
Deut. i . 23 I took twelve men of you, one of a tribe
4. 42 that fleeing unto oue of these cities he
6. 4 Hear. .The LORD our God (is) one LORD
12. 14 which the LORD shall choose in one of thy
13. 12 If thou shalt hear, .in one of thy cities
15. 7 If there be among you a poor man of one
17. 6 at the mouth of one witness he shall not
19. 5 shall flee unto one of those cities, and live
19. ii if any man. .tieeth into one of these cities
19. 15 One witness shall not rise up against a m.
21. 15 If a man have two wives, one beloved, and
23. 16 which he shall choose in one of thy gates
24. 5 he shall be free at home one year, and sh.
25. 5 If brethren dwell together, and one of th.
25. ii the wife of the one draweth near for to
28. 7 they shall come out against thee one way
28. 25 thou shalt go out one way against them
32. 30 How should oue chase a thousand, and two
Josh. 9. 2 to fight with Joshua and.. Israel, with one
10. 2 Gibeon (was) a great city, as oue of the ro.
10. 42 all these kings, .did J. take at one time
12. 9 The king of. .one ; the king of. .one
3o in v. 10, n, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23.
12. 24 king of Tirzah, one : all. .thirty and one
17.14 Why hast thou given me . . one lot and one
17. 17 saying.. thou shalt not have one lot (only)
20. 4 when he that doth flee unto one of those
23. 10 One man of you shall chase a thousand
23. 14 not one thing, .not one thing hath failed
Judg. 6. 1 6 thou shalt smite the Midianites as one m.
8. 1 8 each one resembled the children of a king
9. 2 VV hether (is) better . . that all . . or that one
9. 5, 1 8 three score and ten persons, upon one
16. 29 Samson took hold . . of the one with his ri.
17. s consecrated one of his sons, who became
17. ji the young man was unto him as one of his
18. 19 to be a priest unto the house of one man
19. 13 let us draw near to one of these places to
20. i was gathered together as one man, from
20. 8 And all the people arose as one man, say.
20. ii were gathered, .knit together as one man
20. 31 of which one goeth up to the house of G.
21. 3 that there should be to day one tribe lac.
21. 6 There is one tribe cut off from Israel this
21. 8 What one (is there) of the tribes of Israel
Ruth i. 4 the name of the one. .Orpah, and the na.
2. 13 though I be not like unto one of thine h
i Sa. i. 2 the name of the one. .Hannah, and the na.
1. 24 one ephah of flour, and a bottle of wine
2. 34 in one day they shall die both of them
2. 36 Put me, I pray thee, into one of the pri.
6. 4 one plague (was) on you all, and on your
6. 17 for Ashdodone, for Gaza one, for Askelon
6. 17 one, for Gath one, for Ekron one
9. 3 Take now one of the servants with thee
10. 3 one carrying three kids, and another ca.
ii 7 the people . . came out with oue consent
13. 17 one company turned unto the way (that)
14. 4 the name of the one (was) Bozez, and the
14. 5 The fore front of the one (was) situate n.
14. 40 said he unto all Israel, Be ye on one side
16. 18 Then answered one of the servants, and
17. 36 this. . Philistine shall be as one of them
22. 20 one of the sons of Ahimelech the son of A.
25. 14 But one of the young men told Abigal, N.
26. 15 there came one of the people in to destroy
26. 22 let one of the young men come over and
27. i I shall now perish one day by the hand of
a Sa. 1.15 David called one of the young men, and s.
2. 21 lay thee hold on one of the young men, and
2. 25 became one troop, and stood on the top
3. 13 but one thing I require of thee, that is
4. 2 the name of the one . . Baanah, and the n.
6. 20 as one of the vain fellows shamelessly u.
7. 23 what one nation in the earth (is) like thy
9. ii he shall eat at my table, as one of the ki.
12. i There were two men in one city; the one
12. 3 poor (man) had nothing, save one little
13. 13 thou shalt be as one of the fools in Israel
13. 30 slain all the king s sons, and there is not
14. 6 but the one smote the other, and slew h.
14. 27 were born three sous, and one daughter
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2Sa. 15. 2 Thyservant. .of oue of the tribes of Israel
17. 12 and of all. .shall not be left so much as o.
17. 22 liy the morning light there lacked not one
19. 14 he bowed, .even as (the heart of)oueman
23. 8 against eight hundred, whom he slew at o.
24. 12 choose thee one of them, that I may (do)
1 Ki. 2. 16 now I ask oue petition of thee, deny me
2. 20 Then she said, I desire one small petition
3. 17 And the one woman aid, O my lord, I and
3. 17 this woman dwell in oue house; and I was
4. 22 Solomon s provision for oue day was thirty
6. 24 five cubits, .the one wing of the cherub
6. 25 the cherubim, .of one measure and one
6. 26 The height of the one chernb (was) ten c.
6. 27 so that the wing of the one touched the
6. 34 the two leaves of the oue door (were) fol.
7. 16 theheightof the oue chapiter, .five cubits
7. 17 seven for the one chapiter, and seven for
7. 1 3 rows round about upon the one net work
7. 27 four cubits, .the length of one base, and
7. 34 undersetters to the four corners of one
7. 37 had oue casting, one measure, .one size
7. 38 one laver contained forty baths . . every la.
7. 38 upon every one of the ten bases one laver
7. 42 rows of pomegranates for one net work, to
7. 44 one sea, and twelve oxen under the sea
8. 56 there hath not failed oue word of all his
10. 14 of gold that came to Solomon in one year
10. 1 6 six hundred, .of gold went to one target
10. 17 three pound of gold went to one shield
11. 13 will give one tribe to thy son for David
n. 32 he shall have one tribe for my servant D.
11. 36 unto his son will I give one tribe, that D.
12. 29 he set the one in Beth-el, and the other
12. 30 the people went . . before the one. .unto D.
14. 21 Rehoboam (was) forty and one years old
15. 10 forty and one years reigned he in Jerusa.
18. 6 Ahab went one way by himself, and Oba.
18. 23 let them choose one bullock for themsel.
18. 25 Choose you one bullock for yourselves.and
19. 2 if I make not thy life as the life of oue of
20. 29 an hundred thousand footmen in one day
22. 8 yet one man, Micaiahthesonof Imlah, by
22. 13 (declare) good unto the king with one m.
22. 13 let thy word, .be like the word of one of
2 Ki. 3. ii And one of the king of Israel s servants
4. 22 Send me. .one of the youug men, and one
4. 39 one went out into the field togather herbs
6. 3 one said, Be content, I pray thee, and go
6. 5 as one was felling a beam, the axe head
6. 12 one of his servants said, None, my lord, O
7. 8 they went into one tent, and did eat and
7. 13 And one of hisservauts answered and said
8. 26 and he reigned one year in Jerusalem
9. i Elisha the prophet called one of the child.
14. 23 Jeroboam . .(reigned) forty and one years
17. 27 Carry thither one of the priests whom ye
17. 28 Then one of the priests, whom they had
1 8. 24 wilt thou turn away the face of one capt.
22. i he reigned thirty and one years in Jerusa.
24. 1 8 Zedekiah (was) twenty and one years old
25. 16 The two pillars, one sea.and the bases wh.
25. 17 The heightof theone pillar(was)eighteen
i Ch. i. 19 the name of the one (was) Peleg, because
1 1 . 1 1 against three hundred, slain . . at one time
12. 14 oneof theleast(was) over an hundred, and
12. 38 (were) of one heart to make David king
17. 21 what one nation in the earth (is) like thy
21. 10 choose thee one of them, that I may do (it)
23. 1 1 therefore they were in one reckoning, ac.
24. 6 one principal household being taken for E.
24. 17 The one and twentieth to Jachin, the two
25. 28 The one and twentieth to Hothir.. his sons
* Ch. 3. ii one wing..(was) five cubits, reaching to the
3. 17 he reared up. .one on the right hand, and
4. 15 One sea, and twelve oxen under it
5. 13 singers (were) as one, to make one sound
9. 13 of gold that came to Solomon in one year
9. 15 (shekels) of beaten gold went to one target
9. 1 6 hundred (shekels) of gold went to one sh.
12. 13 Rehoboam (was) one and forty years old
16. 13 in the one and fortieth year of his reign
18. 7 yet one man, by whom we may enquire of
18. 8 the king of Israel called for one (of his) of
18. 12 (declare) good to the king with one assent
1 8. 12 let thy word, .belike oneof theirs, and s.
22. 2 and he reigned one year in Jerusalem
28. 6 an hundred and twenty thousand in one
30. 12 hand of God was to give them one heart
32. 12 Ye shall worship before one altar, and b.
34. i reigned in Jerusalem one and thirty years
36. ii Zedekiah (was) one and twenty years old
Ezra z. 26 The children . . six hundred twenty and one
3. i gathered themselves together as oae man
10. 13 neither (is this) a work of one day or two
Nell. i. 2 Hanani, one of my brethren, came, he and
4. 17 with one of his hands wrought in the work
5. 18 which was prepared, .daily (was) one ox
7. 30 men of . .Gaba, six hundred twenty and one
7. 37 children, .seven hundred twenty and one
8. i gathered themselves together as one man
n. i to bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem
Esth. 3. 13 to cause to perish, all Jews, .in one day
4. ii one law of his to put (him) to death, exc
7. 9 Harbonah, one of the chamberlains, said
8. 12 Upon one day, in all the provinces of king
Job 2. 10 Thou speakest as one of the foolish women
9. 3 he cannot answer him one of a thousand
9. 22 This (is) one (thing), therefore I said (it)
14. 4 Who can bring a clean (thing) out . . not one
23. 13 But he (is) in one (mind), and who can t
31. 15 and did nob one fashion us iu the womb?
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Job 33. 23 If there be. .one among a thousand, to a.
41. 16 One is so near to another, that no air <;au
Psa. 14. 3 (there is) none that doeth good, no, not o.
27. 4 One (thing) have I desired of the LORD
34. 20 He keepeth all his bones : not one of them
53- 3 s) none that doeth good, no, not one
82. 7 ye shall die like men, and fall like one of
106. 1 1 enemies ; there was not one of them left
Prov. i. 14 Cast in thy lot . . let us all have one purse
Eccl. 2. 14 I myself perceived also that one event h.
3. 19 one thing befalleth them . .they have all o.
3. 20 All go unto one place ; all are of the dust
4. 8 There is one . . and . . not a second ; yea, he
4. 9 Two (are) better than one ; because they
4. 10 if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow
4.11 they have heat: but how can one be warm
4. 12 if one prevail against him, two shall with.
6. 6 seen no good : do not all go to one place?
7. 27 (counting) one by one, to find out the ac.
7. 28 one man among a thousand have I found
9. 2 one event to the righteous, and to the w.
Q. 3 This (is) an evil . .that (there is) one event
9. 18 but one sinner destroyeth much good
12. ii assemblies, (which) are given from ones.
Song 4. 9 with one of thine eyes, with one chain of
6. 9 my undeflled is. .one. .the (only) one of
Isa. 4. i seven women shall take hold of one man
5. 10 ten acres of vineyard shall yield one bath
6. 6 Then Hew one of the seraphim unto me
9. 14 LORD will cut off from Israel. .in one day
10. 17 devour his thorns and his briers in oue
19. 18 one shall be called, The city of destruct.
23. 15 years, according to the days of one king
27. 12 ye shall be gathered one by one, O ye en.
30. 17 One thousand, .at the rebuke of one ; at
34. 1 6 no one of these shall fail, none shall want
36. 9 wilt thou turn away the face of one capt.
47. 9 shall come totheein a moment in one day
66. 8 earth be made to bring forth in one day ?
66. 17 in the gardens behind one (tree) in the
Jer. 3. 14 I will take you one of a city, and two of
24. 2 One basket (had) very good figs.. like the
32. 39 I will give them one heart, and one way
35. 2 bring them . . into one of the chambers,and
52. i Zedekiah (was) one and twenty years old
52. 20 two pillars, one sea, and twelve brasen b.
52. 21 the height of one pillar (was) eighteen c.
52. 22 the height of one chapiter (was) five cub.
Eze. i. 15 behold one wheel upon the earth by the
i. 16 they four had one likeness : and their ap.
4. 9 put them in one vessel, and make thee b.
9. 2 one man among them (was) clothed with
10. 9 one wheel by one cherub, and another w.
10. 10 they four had one likeness, as if a wheel
11. 19 I will give them one heart, and I will put
1 3. 10 and. .doeth the like to (any) one of these
19. 3 she brought up one of her whelps : it be.
21. 19 both twain shall come forth out of one 1.
23. 2 two women, the daughters of one mother
23. 13 then I saw... they (took) both one way
33. 24 Abraham was one, and he inherited the 1.
34. 23 I will set up one shepherd overthem, and
37. 16 take thee one stick, and write upon it, For
37- *7 Jom them one to another into one stick
37. 17 and they shall become one in thine hand
37. 19 make them one stick, .they shall be one
37. 22 I will make them one nation in the land
37. 22 one king shall be king to them all : and t.
37. 24 they all shall have one shepherd : they s.
40. 5 the breadth.. one reed; andtheheight, one
40. 6 one reed broad, and the other.. one reed b.
40. 7 (was) one reed long, and one reed broad
40. 7 and the threshhold of the gate . . one reed
40. 8 also the porch of the gate within, one reed
40. 10 chambers, .they three (were) of one mea.
40. 10 the posts had one measure on this side
40. 12 one cubit, .the space (was) one cubit on
40. 26, 49 one on this side, and another on that
40. 42 And the four tables (were), .one cubit h.
40. 44 one at the side of the east gate (having)
41. ii one door toward the north, and another
41. 24 two. .for the one door, and two leaves for
42. 4 And before the chambers . .a way of one
43. 14 two cubits, and the breadth one cubit; and
45. 7 over against one of the portions, from the
45. ii The ephahand the bath shall be of onem.
45. 15 one lamb out of the flock, out of two hu.
46. 17 But if he give, .to one of his servants, then
46! 22 these four corners (were) of one measure
48! 8 and (in) length as oue of the (other) parts
48. 31 one gate of Reuben, one gate of J., one g.
48. 32 one gate of Joseph, one gate of Benj., one
48. 33 one gate of Simeon, one gate of Issa. , one
48. 34 one gate of Gad, one gate of Asher, one g.
Dan. 8. 3 one. .higher than the other, and the hig.
8. 9 out of one of them came forth a little ho.
8. 13 Then I heard one saint speaking, and an.
9! 27 he shall confirm the covenant, .for one w.
10. 13 withstood me one and twenty days : but
10. 13 Michael, one of the chief princes, came to
11. 27 they shall speak lies at one table ; but it
12. 5 oue on this side of the bank of the river
Hos. i. ii appoint themselves one head, and they s
Amos 4. 7 I caused it to rain upon one city, and ca
4. 7 one piece was rained upon, and the piece
4. 8 So two (or) three cities wandered unto one
6. 9 if there remain ten men in one house, t.
Obad. ii In the day. .even thou (wast) as one of t.
/eph. 3. 9 may all call, .to serve him with one con.
Hag. 2. i in the one and twentieth (day) of the mo.
Zech. 3. 9 behold . . upon one stone (shall be) seven
3. 9 remove the iniquity of that land in one
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Zech. 4. 3 two olive trees by it, one upon the right
8. 21 the inhabitants of one. .shall go to anot.
ii. 7onel called beauty, and the other I called
ii. 8 Three shepherds also I cutoff in one mo.
14. 7 it shall be one day which shall be known
14. 9 shall there be one LUKD, and his name one
Hal. 2. 10 Have we not all one father? hath not one
2. 15 did not he make one?.. And wherefore one .
2.X man, V K ish.
Gen. ii. 3 they said one to another, Go to, let us m
11. 7 that they may not understand one anotli.
13. ii separated themselves the one from the i>.
26. 31 And they rose up. .and sware one to ano.
31. 49 watch, .when we are absentone from an.
34. 14 to give our sister to one that is uncircu
37. 19 they said one to another. Behold, this tl.
42. 21 they said one to another, We (are) verily
42. 28 they were afraid, saying one to another
43. 33 they sat. .and the men marvelled one at
Exod 10.23 They saw not one another, neither rose any
16. 15 they said one to another, It(is)manna: for
18. 16 I judge between one and another, and I
37. 9 covered, .with their faces one to another
Lev. 7.10 shall all the sons of Aaron have, one (as
19. ii Ye shall not steal, .neither lie one to an.
25. 46 ye shall not rule one over another with ri.
26. 37 they shall fall one upon another, as it wen-
Numi4. 4 they said one to another, Let us make a
Dent. i. 35 Surely there shall not one of these men
Judg. 6. 29 they said one to another. Who hath done
10 18 princes of Gilead said one to another, W
j Sa. 10. ii the people said one to another, What (is)
; 12 one of the same place answered and said
20. 41 they kissed one another, and wept one w.
22. 2 everyone in distress .every one.. every o
2 Sa. 19. 7 there will not tarry one with thee this n
1 Ki.iii 40 Take the prophets, .let not one of theme
a Ki. 3. 23 they have smitten one another : now there
7. 3 they said one to another, Why sit we here
7. 6 they said one to another, Lo, the king of
7. 9 they said one to another, We do not well
12. 9 on the right side as one cometh into the
Esth. 6. 9 horse be delivered to the hand of one of
9. 19, 22 and of sending portions one to another
Job 41. 17 They are joined one to another, they stick
Ps:i. 49. 16 Be not tliou afraid when one is made rich
Pruv. o. 28 Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet
Isa. 13. 8 they shall be amazed one at another; their
40. 26 that (he is) strong in power ; not one fail.
66. 13 As one whom his mother comforteth, so
Jer. 13. 14 I will dash them one against another, even
25. 26 the kings, .far and near, one with another
Eze. 4. 17 astonied one with another, and consume
24. 23 but ye shall pine . . and mourn one toward
47. 14 ye shall inherit it. one as well as another
Joel 2. 8 Neither shall one thrust another ; they
Mai. 3. 16 Then they . .spake often one to another
H.Such an one, "b^K J^9 peloni almoni.
Ruth 4. i Ho, such a one ! turn aside sit down here
4. A woman, nyK ishshak.
Exod26. 3 coupled, .one to another coupled one to
26. 5 that the loops may take hold one of anot
26. 17 Two tenons, .set in order one against an
Eze. i. 9 Their wings (were) joined one to another
i. 23 their wings straight the one toward the o
3. 13 the living creatures that touched one an.
5. Also, even, DS gam.
2 Sa. 17. 13 until there be not one small stone found
C. One, ~n chad.
Eze. 33. 30 thy people, .speak one to another, every
Dan. 2. 9 one decree for you ; for ye have prepared
3. 19 one seven times more than it was wont to
4. 19 Then Daniel, .was astonied for one hour
7. 5 it raised up itself on one side, and (it had )
7. 1 6 I came near unto one of them that stood
7. Soul, breathing creature, v$) nephesh.
Lev. 4. 27 And if eny one of the common people sin
8. Another, &\\os alias.
John 4. 37 herein is that sayingtrue. One soweth.and
Acts 2. i= were in doubt, saying one to another, W
i Co.is- 39 one. .flesh of men, another flesh of beasts
15. 41 one glory of the sun, and another glory
1). One, tls heis.
Matt. 5. 18 one jot or. .tittle shall in no wise pass from
5. 29, 30 one of thy members should perish, and
6. 24 he will hate the one, and love the other
6. 24 or else he will hold to the one. and despi.
6. 27 Which of you., can add one cubit unto his
6. 29 Solomon, .was not arrayed like one of these
10. 29 one of them shall not fall on the ground
10. 42 whosoever shall give to drink unto one of
12. ii thatshallhave one sheep, and if it fall into
13. 46 Who, when he had found one pearl of g.
16. 14 said . .others, Jeremias, or one of the pro.
18. 5 whoso shall receive one such little child
18. 6 whoso shall offend one of these little ones
18. 10 Take heed that ye despise not one of these
18. 12 If. .one of them be gone astray, doth he
18.14 that one of these little ones should perish
18. 16 take with thee one or two more, that in
18. 24 one was brought unto him, which owed
18. 28 found one of his fellow servants, which
19. 16 one came and said unto him, Good Master
19. 17 none good but one, (that is), God : but if
20. 13 he answered one of them, and said, Friend
20. 21 the one <m thy right hand, and the other
21. 24 I also will ask you one thing, which if ye
Matt22. 35 Then one of them. . a lawyer, asked . .tern.
23. 8 for one is your Master. .C lirist; and all ye
23. 9 for one is your Father, which is in heaven
23. 10 Neither be ye called masters: for [one] is
23. 15 ye compass sea and land to make one pro.
24. 40 the one shall be taken, and the other left
25. 15 gave., to another two, and to another one
25. 18 he that had received one went and digged
25. 24 he which had received the one talent came
25. 40 Inasmuch as ye have done(it) untooneof
25. 45 Inasmuch as ye did (it) not to one of the
26. 14 one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot
26. 2 1 I say unto you, That one of you shall be.
26. 47 Judas, one of the twelve, came, and with
26. 51 one of them which were with Jesus stret.
27. 48 straightway one of them ran, and took a
Mark 5. 22 there cometh one of the rulers of the sy.
6. 15 it is a prophet, or as one of the prophets
8. 14 neither had they., with them more than one
8. 28 but some (say) Klias; and others, One of the
9. 17 one of the multitude answered and said
9. 37 Whosoever shall receive one of such chi.
9 42 whosoevershall offend one of (these) little
10. 17 there came one running, and kneeled to
10. 1 8 (there is) none good but one, (that is), God
10. 21 One thing thou lackest : go thy way, sell
10. 37 one on thy right hand, and the other on
n. 29 I will also ask of you one question, and
12. 6 Having yet therefore one son, his well bel.
12. 28 one of the scribes came, and having hea.
12. 29 Hear, O Israel ; The Lord our God is one
12. 32 there is one God; and there is noneother
13. i one of his disciples saith unto him, Mas.
14. 10 one of the twelve, went unto the chief p.
14. 1 8 One of you which eateth with me shall b.
14. 20 one of the twelve, that dippeth with me
14. 43 cometh Judas, one of the twelve, and with
14. 47 one of them that stood by drew a sword
15. 6 at (that) feast he released unto them one
15. 27 the one on his right hand, and the other
15. 36 [one] ran and filled a sponge full of vine.
Luke 4. 40 he laid his hands on every one of them
5. 3 he entered into one of the ships, which
7. 41 the one owed five hundred pence, and the
9. 8 that [one] of the old prophets was risen
11. 46 touch not the burdens with one of your
12. 6 not one of them is forgotten before God
12. 25 which of you.. can add to his stature [one]
12. 27 Solomon, .was not arrayed like one of th.
12. 52 there shall be five in one house divided
15. 4 if he lose one of them, doth not leave the
1 5- 7 iov shall be in heaven over one sinner that
15. 10 There is joy. .over one sinnerthat repen.
15. 19 And am no more worthy, .make me as one
1 5. 26 he called one of the servants, and asked w.
16. 5 So he called every one of his lord s debtors
16. 13 he will hate the one, and love the other
76. 13 he will hold to theone, anddespise theo.
17. 2 that he should offend one of these little
17. 15 one of them, when he saw that he was h.
17. 34, 36 [the one shall be taken, and the other]
18. 10 one a Pharisee, and the other a publican
18. 19 said, none (is) good, save one,(that is),G.
20. 3 I will also ask you [one] thing ; and aus.
22. 47 he that was called Judas, one of the tw.
22. 50 one of them smote a servant of the high .
23. 17 [must release one unto them at the feast]
23. 39 one of the malefactors which were hanged
24. 18 theone of them, whosename was Cleopas
John i. 40 One of the two which heard John . .and f.
6. 8 One of his disciples, Andrew, .saith unto
6. 22 save that one whereinto his disciples were
6. 70 Have not I chosen you twelve, and one of
6. 71 that should betray him, being one of the
7. ii I have done one work, and ye all marvel
7. 50 came to Jesus by night, being one ofthem
8. 41 Then said they, .we have one Father.. God
10. 16 and there shall be. .fold,and one shepherd
10. 30 I and (my) Father are one
1 1 . 49 one of them .. Caiaphas, being the high p.
ii. 50 that it is expedient, .that one man should
11. 52 he should gather together in one the ch.
12. 2 Lazarus was one of them that sat at the
12. 4 Then saith on*1
, of his disciples, Judaslsc.
13. 21 I say unto you. .one of you shall betray me
13. 23 there was leaning on Jesus bosom oneorf
17. ii Holy Father, keep, .that they may be one
17. 21 That they all may beone ; as thou, Father
17. 21 that they also may be [one] in us: that the
17. 22 that they may be one, even as we are one
17. 23 that they may be made perfect in one
18. 14 that it was expedient that one man shou.
18. 22 one of the officers which stood by struck
18. 26 One of the servants of the high i>rie>t. b.
18. 39 that I should release unto you one at the
19. 34 one of the soldiers with a spear pierced
20. 12 the one at the head, and the other at the
20. 24 Thomas, one of the twelve, called Didy.
21. 25 which, if they should be written every o.
Acts i. 22 must one be ordained to be a witness w.
ii. 28 there stood up one of them named Agabus
17. 26 hath made of one blood all nations of m.
17. 27 though he be not far from everyone of us
20. 31 to warn every one night and day with te.
21. 26 should be offered for every one of them
23. 6 when Paul perceived that the one part we.
23. 17 Then Paul called one of the centurions
28. 25 afterthat Paul had spoken one word, Well
Rom. 3. 10 it is written, .none righteous, no, not one
3. 12 there is none that doeth good, no, not one
3. 30 Seeing (it is) one God which shall justify
4. 12 as by one man sin entered into the world
Rom. 5. 15 if through the offence of one many be de.
5. 15 by one man, Jesus Christ, hath abounded
5. 1 6 not as. .by one that sinned, (so is) the g.
5. 16 for the judgment (was) by onetocondem.
5. 17 by one man s offence death reigned by one
5. 17 much more they. .shall reign in life by o.
5. 18 as by the offence of one (judgment came)
5. 1 8 so by the righteousness of one (the free)
5. 19 as by one man s disobedience many were
5. 19 so by the obedience of one shall many be
o. 10 when Rebecca also had conceived by one
12. 4 For as we have many members in one bo.
12. 5 we, (being) many, are one body in Christ
15. 6 That ye may with, .one mouth glority G.
1 Co. 3. 8 he that planteth . . he that watereth are one
4. 6 that no one of you be puffed up for one
6. 16 which is joined to an harlot is one body t
6. 1 7 he that is joined unto the Lord is one sp.
8. 4 and that (there is) noneother God but o.
8. 6 to us. .one God, the Father, .one Lord J.
9. 24 they. . run all, but one receiveth the prize?
10. 17 For we. .many are one bread, .one body
10. 17 we are all partakers of that one bread
11. 5 that is even all one as if she were shaven
12. ii all these worketh that one and the self
12. 12 For as the body is one, and hath many
12. 12 all the members of that [one] body..are one
32. 13 by one Spirit are we all baptized into one
12. 13 have been all made to drink into one Sp.
12. 14 For the body is not one member, but m.
12. 1 8 hath God set the members every one of
12. 19 if they were all one member, where, .the
12. 20 But now. .many members, yet but one b.
12. 26 whether one member suffer, all the mem.
12. 26 or one member be honoured, all the me.
14. 27 If any man speak in a.. tongue.. let one in.
2 Co. 5. 14 because we thus judge, that if one died for
ii. 2 I have espoused you to one husband, that
Gal. 3. 16 but as of one, And to thy seed, which is
3. 20 a mediator is not . . of one ; but God is one
3. 28 neither, .for ye are all one in Christ Jesus
4. 22 the one by a bond maid, the other by a free
5. 14 For all thelawis fulfilled in one word, (e.)
Eph. 2. 14 who hath made both one, and hath broken
2. 15 to make in himself of twain one new man
2. 1 6 he might reconcile both unto God in one
2. 18 through him we both have access by one sp.
4. 4 one body, and one spirit, even as ye are c.
4. 5 One Lord, .one baptism
4. 6 One God and Father of all, who (is)above
4. 7 But unto every one of us is given grace ;L
Phil. i. 27 that ye stand fast in one spirit, with one
2. 2 that ye be. .of one accord, of one mind
Col. 3. 15 to the which also ye are called in one body
t Th. 2. 1 1 comforted and charged every one of you
2 Th. i . 3 the charity of every one of you all toward
i Ti. 2. 5 For. .one God, and one mediator between
5. 9 not a widow, .having been the wife of one
Heb. 2. ii and they who are sanctified (are) all of one
11. 12 Therefore sprang there even of one, and
Jas. 2. 10 keep the whole law, and yet offend in one
2. 19 Thou believest that there is one God; thou
4. 12 There is one lawgiver, who is able to save
i Jo. 5. 7 [there are three, .and these three are one)
5. 8 there are three, .these three agree in ono
Rev. 5. 5 one of the elderssaith unto me,Weep not
6. i I heard..one of the four beasts saying, C.
7. 13 one of the elders answered, saying unto
15. 7 one of the four beasts gave unto the seven
17. i there came one of the seven angels which
17. 10 five are fallen, and one. .tlie other is not
21. 9 there came unto me one of the seven an.
21. 21 every several gate was of one pearl : and
10. Other, different, trfpos heteros.
i Co.. 1 5. 40 but the glory of the celestial (is) one, and
11. One, (fern.) pia mia.
Matt. 5. 18 one tittle shall in no wise pass from the
5. 19 shall break one of these least command.
5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or b.
17. 4 one for thee, and one for Moses, and one
19. 5 cleave . .and they twain shall be one flesh
19. 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, buto.
20. 12 These last have wrought, .one hour, and
24. 41 the one shall be taken, and the other left
26. 40 What ! could ye not watch with me one h.?
Mark 9. 5 one for thee. .onefor Moses, and one for E.
10. 8 one flesh, .they are no more twain, but one
14. 37 saith. .couldest not thou watch one hour?
14. 66 there cometh one of the maids of the high
Luke 9. 33 one for thee, and one for Moses, and one
13. 10 he was teaching in one of the synagogues
14. 18 they all with one (consent) began to make
15. 8 if she lose one piece, doth not light a ca.
16. 17 easier, .than one tittle of the law to fail
17. 22 ye shall desire to see one of the days of the
1 7. 34 there shall be two (men) in [one] bed ; the
20. i on one of those days, as he taught the pe.
22. 59 about the space of one hour after, another
Johnio. 16 and there shall beone fold (and)., shepherd
Acts 4. 32 multitude . .were of one heart and of one
12. 10 went out, and passed on through one str.
19. 34 all with one voice about the space of two
21. 7 the brethren, and abode with them one day
24. 21 Except it be for this one voice, that I cried
28. 13 after one day the south wind blew, and we
1 Co. 6. 16 body ? for two, saith he, shall be one flesh
10. 8 fell in one day three and twenty thousand
2 Co. ii. 24 five times received I forty, .save one
Gal. 4. 24 onefromthemountsinai, which gendereth
Eph. 4. 4 as ye arecalled in one hope of your calling
4. 5 Lord, one faith, baptism
ONE 719 ONLY
Eph. 5. 31 be joined.. and they two shall be one flesh
1 liil. i. .-7 with one mind striving together forthef.
1 Ti. 3. 2 husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of g.
Titus i. 6 If any be blameless, the husband of one
Heb. 10. 12 this man, after he had offered one sacrifice
10. 14 For by one offering he hath perfected for
12 16 who forOMinoneTol meat sold his birth.
2 Pe. }. 8 that one day (is) with the Lord as a thou.
3. 8 years and a thousand years as one day
Rev. o. i I saw when the Lamb opened one of the
a. 12 One woe is past, .behold, there come two
13. 3 I saw one of his heads as it were wounded
17. 12 receive power as kings one hour with the
17. 13 These have one miud, and shall give their
18. 8 Therefore shall her plagues come in one
18. 10 saying.. in one houris thy judgment come
18. 17 in one hour so great riches is come to no.
18. 19 saying, .in one hour is she made desolate
12. A certain one, T<S, TI tis, ti.
Matt i i. 29 Or else how can one enter into a strong
12. 47 Then one said unto him. Behold, thy mo.
Luken. 45 Then answered one of the lawyers, and s.
12. 13 one of the company said untohim, Master
13. 23 Then said one unto him, Lord, are there
14. i as he went into the house of one of the c.
14. 15 when one of them that sat at meat with
16. 30 but if one went unto them from the dead
16. 31 neitherwilltheybepersuaded though one
23 26 they laid hold upon one Simon, a Cyreuiau
Acts 5. 34 Then stood there up one in the council
7. 24 seeing one. .suffer wrong, he defended
9. 43 he tarried many days in Joppawith one
10. 6 He lodgeth with one Simon a tanner, wh.
19. 9 disputing daily in the school of [one] Ty.
25. 19 and of one Jesus, which was dead, whom
Rom. 5. 7 scarcely for a righteous man will one die
i Co. 3. 4 For while one saith, I amof Paul ; and a.
5. i such, .that one should have his father s
14. 24 and there come in one that believeth not
Titus i. 12 One of themselves, .a prophet of their o.
Heb. 2. 6 ; Jas. 2. 16 ; 5. 19 ; Mr. 9. 38 ; 15. 21 ; Lu.
7. 36 ; 8. 49 ; 9. 19, 49 ; n. i ; Ac. 5. 25 ; 21. 16 ; 22. 12.
13. This one, ol-ros (dat.) houtos.
Luke 7. 8 I say unto one, Go, and he goeth ; and to
14. Peace, tlp-^vn eirenc.
Acts 7. 26 would have set them at one again, saying
{See also Accord, any, each, every, holy, look, mind, see,
side, such.]
ONE . ( fromV . . another
1. This, JO da.
Dan. 5 6 and his knees smote one against another
7. 3 four great beasts, diverse one from anot.
2. This, H den.
Dan. 2. 43 but they shall not cleave one to another
3. A vessel, hs Mi.
Esth. i. 7 the vessels being diverse one from another
4.A wing, 1}? kanaph.
i Ki. 6. 27 their wings touched one another in the
5. Each other, a\\-f)\uv allelon.
Matt 24. 10 betray one another, and shall hate one a.
25. 32 he shall separate them one from another
Mark 4. 41 said one toanother, What manner of man
9. 50 Have salt, .and have peace one withano.
Luke 2. 15 the shepherds said one to another, Let us
6. u communed one with another what they m.
7. 32 calling one to another, and saying, Weh.
8. 25 saying one to another, What manner of
12. i insomuch that they trode one upon anot.
24. 17 these that ye have one to another, as ye
24. 32 they said one toanother, Did not our he.
John 4. 33 Therefore s.aid the disciples one to anot.
5. 44 which receive hououroiie of another, and
13. 14 ye also ought to wash one another s feet
13. 22 Then the disciples looked one on another
13. 34 That ye love one another .also love one a.
13. 35 my disciples, if ye have love one to anot
15. 12 That ye love one another, as I have loved
15. 17 I command you, that ye love one another
Acts 2. 7 saying [one to another,] Behold, are not
7. 26 brethren ; why do ye wrong one to anoth.
:g. 38 Wherefore, .let them implead one another
21. 6 when we had taken our leave one of ano.
Rom. i. 27 burned in their lust one tow_ard another
2. 15 and. .accusing or else excusing one anot,
12. 5 and every one members one of another
i2.3o one to another, .in honour-preferring one a.
12. 16 (Be) of the same mind one toward anoth.
13. 8 Owe no man anything, but to love one an.
14. 13 Letusnotthereforejudgeoneauotherany
14. 19 and things wherewith one may edify ano.
15. 5 grant you to be like minded one toward a.
15. 7 Wherefore receiveye one another, as Chr.
15. 14 are. .able also to admonish [one another]
16. \f> Salute one another with an holy kiss. Tbe
1 Cft. u. 33 when ye come together, .tarry one for an.
12. 25 should have the same care one for anoth.
16. 20 Greet ye one another with an holy kiss
2 Co. 13. 12 Greet one another with an holy kiss
Gal. 5.13 For, brethren . . by love serve one another
5. 15 if ye bite and devour one another, take
5. 15 that ye be not consumed one of another
5. 26 provoking one another, envying one ano.
6. 2 Bear ye one another s burdens, and so f.
Epb. 4. 2 With all lowliness, .forbearing one anoth.
4. 25 speak, .for we are members one of another
4. 32 be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted
5. 21 Submitting yourselves one to another in
Col. 3. 9 Lie not one to another, seeing that ye have
3. 13 Forbearing one another, .and forgiving
i Th. 3. 12 and abound in love one toward another
4. 9 ye. .are taughtof God to love one another
4. 18 Whereforecomfortone another with these
Titus 3. 3 ourselves were, .hateful, .hating one ano.
Heb. 10. 24 let us consider one another to provoke
Jas. 4. ii Speak not evil one of another, brethren
5. 9 Grudge not one against another, brethren
5. 16 Confess, .faults one to another, .pray one
i Pe. i. 22 love one another with a pure heart ferv.
4. 9 Use hospitality one to another without g.
5. 5 Yea, all. .be subject one to another, and
5. 14 Greet ye one another with a kiss of char.
1 Jo. i. 7 we have fellowship one with another, and
3. ii yt heard, .thatwe should love one another
3. 23 love one another, as he gave us command.
4. 7 let us love one another : for love is of God
4. ii Beloved, .we ought also to love one ano.
4. 12 If we love one another, God dwelleth in
2 John 5 I beseech thee. .that we love one another
Rev 6. 4 given., that they should kill one another
ii. i o And they .. shall send gifts one to another
6. Of himself, herself, itself, tavrou heautou.
i Co. 6. 7 fault.. because ye go to law one with an.
Eph. 4. 32 forgiving one another, even as God for C.
Col. 3. 13 forgiving one another, if any man have a
3. 16 teaching and admonishing one another in
Heb. 3. 13 But exhort one another daily, while it is
i Pe. 4. 10 minister the same one to another, as good
7. Other, ftAAoj, Jo 4. 37 ; Ac. 2.12; Co. 1 5. 3y. 40
8. One. ..one, ?s...tTs heis. ..heis.
Matt. 27. 38 one on the right hand, and another on
9. One the other, tTs rbv tva heis ton hena.
i Th. 5. 1 1 and edify one another, even as also ye do
ONE by one
1 . One by one, *Ts KO.& (Ts heis kath heis.
Marki4. 9 tney began, .to say unto him one by one
John 8. 9 went out one by one, beginning at the e.
2, One by one, natf eVa kath hena.
i Co. 14. 31 ye may all prophesy one by one, that all
ONE sort with another
These with these, n^t-rcy nVx eleh im eleh.
i Ch.24. 5 were they divided by lot, one sort with a.
ONE, the
This, nxi zoth.
i Ki. 3. 2^ The one saith, This (is) my son that liveth
ONE... the other, the
1 . Th is, ni . . . .it zeh . . . zeh.
Exod.i4. 20 so that the one came pot near the other
Ecc. 3. 19 as the one dieth, so dieth the other ; yea
I.Each other, aXX^Kuv allelon.
Acts 15. 39 they departed asunder one from the other
1 Co. 7. 5 Defraud ye not one the other, except (it
Gal. 5. 17 and these are contrary the one to the other
ONE thing
I. One thing, iv hen.
Luke 10. 42 one thing is needful : and Mary hath ch.
18. 22 yet lackest thou one thing : sell all that
John 9. 25 one thing I know, that, whereas I wasbl.
Phil. 3. 13 one thing, .forgetting those things which
2 Pe. 3. 8 be uot ignorant of this one thing, that one
2. A certain thing, TI ti.
Luke 6. 9 said, .unto them, I will ask you [one thi.]
ONE, tumultuous
Sons of tumult, Jix^ U3 [ben],
Jer. 48. 45 crown of the head of the tumultuous ones
O-NE-SI -MTJS, Oj/770-i/xos profitable. A native of Colosse, and a slave of Philemon, from
whom he had escaped, hut to whom he was sent back
as a Christian brother by Paul, who had converted him
in Rome. * ,
Col. 4. 9 With 0., a faithful and beloved brother
Phm. 10 I beseech thee for my son O., whom I h.
0-NE-SI PHO -RTTS, Ovriffifycpos bringing profit. A disciple in Ephesus who when in Rome bad sought
out and befriended Paul.
2 TL i. 16 Lord give mercyuntothe houseof O. ; for
4. 19 Salute Prisca. .and the household of O.
ONION
Onion, Ss| betsel.
Num. ii. 5 the melons, and the leeks, and the onions
ONLY
\.0ne, inK echad.
i Ki. 4/19 and.. the only officer which (was) in the
Eze. 7. 5 saith. .An evil, an only evil, behold, is c.
2.0nly, -x ak.
Gen. 7. 23 Noah only remained, .andthey that(were)
3. Alone, nj> le-bad.
Eccl. 7. 29 Lo, this only have I found, that God hath
4. Alone by itself, to^ [le-bad].
Deut. 8. 3 know that man doth not live by bread o.
5. Alone, solitary, Ti^p le-badad.
Psa. 4. 8 thou, LOKD, only niakest me dwell in sa.
6Savc, except, besides,
"
/ I zulah.
Deut. 4. 12 saw no similitude; only (ye heard) a voice
7. Together, at once, in: yachad.
Job 34. 29 whether (it be done), .against a man only
8. Kingly, lonely, only, Tn; yachid.
Gen. 22. 2 Take now thy son, thine only (son) Isaac
22. 16 not withheld thy son, thine only (son)
Prov. 4. 3 only (beloved) in the si^ht of my mother
Amos 8. id I will make it as the mom iiin-. <,f an only
Zeeh.i2. 10 mourn, .as one inouiiieth lor (las) only
9. Cutting short, cp? kasam (adv. infill.).
Eze. 44. 20 they shall only poll their headi
10. Only, surely, y~*raq.
Gen. 6. 5) 14. 2 8, 19. 8, 24. 8, Jee., etc.
\\.0ne, tli heis.
Mark 2. 7 Why . . who can forgive sing but Gou only ?
\1.Alone, IJ.UVDV motion.
Matt. 5. 47 if ye salute your brethren only, what do
8. 8 speak the word only, and my servant sh.
10. 42 a cup of cold (water) only in the name of a
14. 36 might only touch the hem of his garment
21. 19 and found nothing thereon, but leaves o.
21. 21 ye shall not only do this, .to the fig tree
Mark 5. 36 saith unto the ruler. . Be not afraid, only
6. 8 they should take nothing, .save a staff o.
Luke 8. 50 believe only, and she shall be made whole
John 5. 18 because he not only had broken the sabb.
11. 52 not for that nation only, but that also he
12. 9 they came not for Jesus sake only, but
13. 9 Lord, not my feet only, but also (rny) ha.
Acts 8. 16 only they were baptized in thenameof the
11. 19 preaching, .to none but unto the Jews o.
18. 25 taught, .knowing only the baptism of Jo.
19. 27 So that not only this our craft is in dan.
21. 1 3 1 am ready not to be bound only, but also
26. 29 I would to God, that not only thou, but
27. 10 not only of the lading and ship, but also
Rom. i. 32 not only do the same, but have pleasure
3. 29 (Is he) the God of the Jews only?, .not a.
4. 12 them who are not of the circumcision on.
4. 16 not to that only which is of the law, but
5. 3 not only (so), but we glory in tribulations
5. 1 1 not only (so), but we also joy in God thro.
8. 23 not only (they), butourselves also, which
9. 10 not only (this); but when Rebecca also had
9. 24 not of the Jews only, but also of the Gen.?
13. 5 must needs be subject, not only for wrath
1 Co. 7. 39 married to whom she will ; only in the Lo.
15. 19 If in this life only we have hope in Christ
2 Co. 7. 7 not by his coming only, but by the consol.
8. 10 begun before, not only to do, but also to
8. 19 not (that) only, but who was also chosen
8. 21 Providing for honest things, not only in
9. j_- not only supplieth the want of the saints
Gal. i. 23 they had heard only, that he which pers.
2. 10 Only, .that we should remember the poor
3. 2 This only would I learn of you, Received
4. 18 and not only when I am present with you
5. 13 only (use) not liberty for au occasion to
6. 12 only lest they should suffer persecution,
Eph. i. 21 named, not only in this world, but also
Phil. i. 27 Only let your conversation be as it beco.
1. 29 not only to believe on him, but also to
2. 12 not as in mypresence only hut now much
2. 27 not on him only, but on me also, lest I
1 Th. i. s our gospelcamenotuntoyouinwordonly
1. 8 sounded out the word, .not only in Mae.
2. 8 not the gospel of God only, but also our
2 Th. 2. 7 only he who now letteth (will let), until
1 Ti. 5. 13 they learn (to be) idle, .and not ouly idle
2 Ti. 2. 20 there are not only vessels of gold and of
4. 8 not to me only, but unto all them also that
Heb. 9. 10 only in meats and drinks, and divers wa.
12. 26 Yet once more I shake not the earth only
Jas. i. 22 ye doers of the word, and not hearers only
2. 24 a man is justified, and not by faith only
i Pe. 2. 18 not only to the good and gentle, but
i Jo. 2. 2 not for ours only, but also for. .the whole
5. 6 not by water only, but by water and blood
IS. Alone, /j.6vos monos.
Matt. 4. 10 worship the Lord thy God, and him only
12. 4 not lawful, .to eat. .but only for the pri.
17. 8 lifted up their eyes, they saw..Jesus only
24. 36 knoweth. .not. .angels., but my Father o.
Mark 9. 8 they saw no man any more, save Jesus o.
Luke 4. 8 worship. .God, and him only shaRthou
24. 18 Art thou only a stranger in Jerusalem, and
John 5.44 and seek notthehonour. .from God ouly?
17. 3 they might know thee the only true God
Rom.i6. 4 unto whom not only I give thanks, but
16. 27 To God only wise, (be) glory through J.
i Co. 9. 6 Or I only and Barnabas, have not we po.
14. 36 out from you? or came it unto you only?
Phil. 4. 15 no church communicated. ..but ye only
Col. 4. ii These only, .fellow workers onto the H.
1 Ti. i. 17 unto, .the only wise God, (be) honour and
6. 15 the blessed and only Potentate, the king
6. 16 Who only hath immortality, dwelling in
2 Ti. 4. ii Only Luke is with me. Take Mark, and
2 John i I only, but also all they that have known
Jude 4 denying the only Lord God, and our Lord
25 To the only wise God our Saviour, (be) g.
Rev. 9. 4 [only] those men which have not the seal
15. 4 for (thou) only (art) holy : for all nations
ONLY (child)
Only begotten, ^.ovoytv-fis monogenes.
Luke 7. 12 the only son of his mother, and she was
8. 42 he had one only daughter, about twelve
9. 38 look upon my son ; for he is mine only c.
ONO 720 OPEN
O -NO, uix strong.
1. A city in Benjamin, near Lod and Hadad ; now called
Anna.
i Ch. 8. 12 Shamed, who built O. and Lod, with the
Ezra 2. 3 3 The children of Lod, Hadid, and O., seven
Neh. 7. 37 The children of Lod, Hadid, and O., seven
n. 35 Lod, and O., the valley of craftsmen
2. The plain or valley in which the above city was, near
Jerusalem.
Neh. 6. 2 let us meet together . . in the plain of 0.
ONYCHA
Onyx <>r perfume crab, n^^V shecheleth.
Kxod.30. 34 Take unto thee! .stacte, and onyeha, and
ONYX
Tha leek green beryl, onr shoham.
Gn. 2. 12 And . . there (is) bdellium and the onyx 8.
Exod25. 7 Onyx stones, and stones to be set in the
28. 9 thou shalt take two onyx stones, and gr.
28. 20 the fourth row a beryl, and an onyx, and
35. 9 onyx stones, and stones to be set for the
35. 27 the rulers brought onyx stones, and stones
39. 6 they wrought onyx stones inclosed in ou.
39. 13 the fourth row, a beryl, an onyx, and a j.
i Ch.29. 2 onyx stones, and (stones) to be set, glist.
Job 28. 16 valued . . with the precious onyx, or the s.
Kze. 28. 13 the onyx, and the jasper, the sapphire, and
OPEN (place, sight of others)
1.2*0 be uncovered, revealed, n^>3 galah, 4.
Prov27. 5 Open rebuke (is) better than secret love
^..Entrance to Enayim (?), O j j; nn^pethach enayim.
Gen. 38. 14 sat in an open place, which (is) by the way
3. To free, let away, 109 patar.
1 Ki. 6. 18 (was) carved with knops and open flowers
6. 29 he carved all the walls, .with., open flowers
6. 32 carved upon them carvings of. .open flo.
6. 35 he carved (thereon) cherubim . . and open
4. Face of, J9 pene.
Gen. i. 20 may fly above the earth in the open firm.
Lev. 14. 7 let the living bird loose into the open ft.
14. 53 let go . . out of the city into the open
17. 5 sacrifices, which they offer in the open fl.
Num 19. 16 that is slain with a sword in the open fi.
2 Sa. ii. ii servants, .are encampedin the open fields
Jer. 9. 22 carcases, .shall fall asdungupon the open
Eze. 16. 5 thou wast cast out in the open fleld,;to the
29. 5 thou shalt fall upon the open fields; thou
32. 4 I will cast thee forth upon the open field
33. 27 him that (is) in the open field will I give
37. 2 very many in the open valley ; and, lo
39. 5 Thou shalt fall upon the open field ; for
5. To le broken forth, j"i$ parats, 2.
i Sa. 13. i And the word, .was precious, .no open v.
6. To open, nn pathack.
Num 19. 15 every open vessel which hath no covering
Josh. 8. 17 left the city open, and pursued after Isr.
1 Ki. 3. 29, 52 That thine eyes may be open
2 Ch. 6. 20 That thine eyes may be open upon this ho.
6. 40 let, I beseech thee, thine eyes be open, and
7. 15 Now mine eyes shall be open, and mine
Neh. i. 6 and thine eyes open, that thou niayest h.
6. 5 Thensent...with an openletterinhuhand
Psa. 5. 9 Their throat (is) an open sepulchre ; they
Jer. 5. 16 their quiver (is) as au open sepulchre, t.
7. To open, nr\$ pathach, 3.
Job 41. 14 Who can open the doors of his face ? his
Isa. 28. 24 doth he open and break the clods of his g.
8. To open up, avoiyta anoigo.
John i. 51 ye shall see heaven open, and the angels
Acts 16. 27 seeing the prison doors open, he drew out
Rom. 3. 13 Their throat (is) an open sepulchre : with
Rev. 3. 8 I have set before thee an open door, and
10 2 had in his hand a little book open, 10. 8
9.7l open up, avaKa\virru anokaluptO, 2 Co. 3. 1$
10. Opening, prop? pithechon.
Eze. 16. 63 never open thy mouth any more because
11. Place of beholders, D"O O^p [maqom],
Job 34. 26 He striketh them . . in the open sight of ot.
OPEK, to
1. To remove, uncover, n^3 galah.
Num 24. 4, 1 6 saw the vision, .but having his eyes o.
Job 33. 16 he openeth the ears of men, and sealeth
36. 10 He openetli also their ear to discipline
36. 15 He deliyereth the poor, .and openeth th.
Jer. 32. 1 1 that which was sealed . . that which was o.
32. 14 is sealed and this evidence which is open
2. To remove, uncover, n^j galah, 3.
Num 22. 31 the LORD opened the eyes of Baalani, and
Psa. 119. 18 Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold
Jer. 20. 120 Lord, .unto thee have I opened my ca.
3. To prepare, pierce, .TJJ karah.
Psa. 40. 6 mine ears hast thou opened : burnt offer.
4. To open, gape, nyj paar.
Psa 119.131 I opened my mouth, and panted : for I
Isa. 5. 14 and opened her mouth without measure
6. To open, gape, ny$ patsah.
Gen. 4. ii the earth which hath opened her mouth
Num 16. 30 the earth open her mouth, and swallow
Deut ii. 6 hw the earth opened her mouth, and sw.
Jndg ii. 35 for I have opened my mouth unto the L.
Judgn. 36 thou hast opened thy mouth unto the L.
Job 35. 16 TliiT.-t iivdoth .lolmpfiihis mouth in vain
Isa. 10. 14 none that moved the wing, or opened the
Lain. 2. 16 All thine enemies have opened their mo.
j. 46 All oarenemieshave opened th<-ir mouths
Eze. 2. 8 open thy mouth, and eat that I give thee
6. To open, open up, npj paqach.
Gen. 21. 19 God opened her eyes, and she saw a well
2 Ki. 4. 35 sneezed seven times, and tin; diildop. n>-<l
6. 17 I pray thee, open his eyes, that he may s.
6. 17 LORI> opened the eyes of the young man
6. 20 open the eyes of these, .that they may see
6. 20 LuRD opened their eyes, and they saw; and
19. 16 open, LORD, thine eyes, and see ; and hear
Job 14. 3 dost thou open thine eyes upon such an o.
27. 19 The rich., openeth his eyes, and he (is) not
Psa. 146. 8 LORD openeth (the eye* of) the blind : the
Prov 20. 13 open thine eyes, .thou shalt be satisfied
Isa. 37. 17 open thine eyes, O LORD, and see ; and h.
42. 7 To open the blind eyes, to bring out the
42. 20 observes! not ; opening the ears, but
Jer. 32. 19 thine eyes (are) open upon all the ways of
Dan. 9. 18 open thine eyes, and behold our desolat.
Zech 12. 4 I will open mine eyes upon the house of
~. To open wide, pv$ pasaq.
Eze. 16. 25 hast opened thy feet to every one that p.
8. To open, nri^ pathach.
Geii. 8. 6 opened the window of the ark which he
29. 31 he opened her womb : but Rachel (was)
30. 22 God hearkened to her, and opened her w.
41. 56 Joseph opened all the store houses, and
42. 27 as one of them opened his sack, to give
43. 21 we opened our sacks, and, behold, (every)
44. ii took down, .and opened every man his
Exod. 2. 6 when she had opened, .she saw the child
21. 33 it a man shall open a pit, or if a man shall
Nunn6. 32 the earth opened her mouth, and swallo."
22. 28 And the LORD opened the mouth of the
26. 10 the earth opened her mouth, and swallo.
Deut2o. ii if it make, .answer of peace, and open
28. 12 LORD shall open unto thee his good trea.
Josh. 10. 22 Open the mouth of the cave, and bring
JuJg 3. 25 opened not the doors, .therefore they. .o.
4. 19 she opened a bottle of milk, and gave him
19. 27 opened the doors of the house, and went
1 Sa. 3. 15 opened the doors of the house of the Lo.
2 Ki. q. 3 Then open the door and flee, and tarry not
q. 10 none to bury.. And he opened the door, and
13. 17 Open the window eastward : and he open.
15. 16 because they opened not. .therefore he
2 Ch.29. 3 opened the doors of the house of the LORINeh.
8. 5 Ezra opened the book in the sight of all.
8. 5 when he opened it, all the people stood up
Job 3. i After this opened Job his mouth, and cu.
it. 5 oh that God would speak, and open his 1.
31. 32 did not lodge in the street. .1 opened my
32. 20 I will speak. .1 will open my lips and an.
33. 2 now I have opened my mouth, my tongue
Psa. 38. 13 as a dumb man (that) openeth not his m.
39. 9 I was dumb, I opened not my mouth ; be.
49. 4 I will open my dark saying upon the harp
51.15 open thou my lips ; and my mouth shall
78. 2 I will open my mouth in a parable : I will
78. 23 Though he had. .opened the doors of he.
104. 28 thou openest thine hand, they are filled
105.41 He opened the rock, and the waters gushed
106. 17 The earth opened and swallowed up Bath.
118. 19 Open to me the gates of righteousness : I
145. 16 Thou openest thine hand, and satisnest
Prov.24- 7 a fool . . openeth not his mouth in the gate
31. 8 Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause
31. 9 Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and
31. 26 She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and
Song 5. 2 Open to me, my sister, my love, my dove
5. 5 I rose up to open to my beloved ; and my
5. 6 I opened to my beloved ; but my beloved
Isa. 14. 17 (that) opened not the house of his prison.
22. 22 And .. so he shall open , and none shall shut
22. 22 and he shall shut, and none shall open
26. 2 Open ye the gates, that the righteous na.
41. 18 I will open rivers in high places, and fo.
45. i to open before him the two leaved gates
45. 8 let the earth open, and let him bring forth
50. 5 Lord GOD hath opened mine ear, and I was
53. 7 he opened not his mouth . . so he openeth
Jer. 13. 19 shall bejshut up, and none shall open (t.)
50. 25 LORD hath opened his armoury, and hath
50. 26 Come against her. .open her storehouses
Eze. 3. 2 So I opened my mouth, and he caused me
3. 27 I will open thy mouth, and thou shalt say
21. 22 to open the mouth in the slaughter, to lift
25. 9 I will open the side of Moab from the ci.
33. 22 the hand of the LOUD, .had opened my in.
37. 12 I will open your graves, and cause you to
37. 13 when I have opened yourgrave?,O my peo.
46. 12 shall then open him the gate that looketh
Dan. 10. 16 I opened my month, and spake, and said
Zech. 1 1. i Open thy doors, O Lebanon, that the fire
Mai. 3. 10 if I will not open you the windows of h.
9. To unfold, unroll, avairrvffffu anaptussd.
Luke 4. 17 when [he had opened] the book, he found
10. T open up or again, avoiyu anoigo.
Matt. 2. 1 1 when they had opened their treasures, th.
3. 16 the heavens were opened unto him. and
5. 2 he opened his mouth, and taught them
7. 7 knock, and it shall be opened unto you
7. 8 to him that knocketh it shall be opened
9. 30 their eyes were opened : and Jesus stra.
Matti3. 35 I will open my mouth in paraoles; I will
17. 27 when thou hast opened his mouth, thou
20. 33 say. .Lord, that our eyes may be open.
25. ii came also, .saying, Lord, Lord, open to
27. 52 the graves were opened ; and many bod.
Lake 1.64 his mouth was opened immediately, and
3. 21 it came to pass, that, .the heaven was op.
ii. 9 knock, and it shall be opened unto you
11. 10 to him thut knocketh it shall be opened
12. 36 that, .they may open unto him iintnedia.
13. 25 knock at the door, saying, Lord, Lord, o.
John 9. to said they. .How were thine eyes <ipnu-d
9. 14 Jesus made the clay, and opened his ey.
9. 17 What sayest thou of him, that he hath o.
9. 21 or who hath opened his eyes, we know
9. 26 What did he to thee V how opened he th.
9. 30 ye know not. .and. .he hath opened mine
9. 32 was it not heard that any man opened the
10. 3 To him the porter openeth ; and the sh.
10. 21 Can a devil open the eyes of the blind t
11. 37 Could not this man, which opened the e.
Acts 5. 19 opened the prison doors, and brought t.
5. 23 when [we had opened],we found no man
7. 56 I see the heavens [opened], and the Son of
8. 32 like a lamb dumb, .so opened he not his
8. 35 Then I hilip opened his mouth, and beg.
9. 8 when his eyes were opened, he saw no in.
9. 40 she opened her eyes : and when she saw
10. ii saw heaven opened, and a certain vessel
10. 34 Then Peter opened (his) mouth, and said
12. 10 which opened to them of his own accord
12. 14 she opened not the gate forgladness, but
12. 16 when they had opened, .and saw him, they
14. 27 how he had opened the door of faith un.
16. 26 all the doors were opened, and every one s
18. 14 when Paul wasnow about to open(his)m.
26. 1 8 To open their eyes, .to turn, .from dark.
1 Co. 16. 9 a great door and effectual is opened unto
2 Co. 2. 12 and a door was opened unto me of the L.
6. ii our mouth is open unto you, our heart is
Col. 4. 3 that God would open unto us a door of ut.
Rev. 3. 7 he that openeth, and no man shutteth
3. 7 he that, .shutteth, and no man openeth
3. 20 if any man hear my voice, and open the
4. i a door (was) opened in heaven : and the
5. 2, 5 to open the book, and to loose theseaU
5. 3 was able to open the book, neither to look
5. 4 because no man was found worthy to open
5. 9 to take the book, and to open the seals
6. i I saw when the Lamb opened one of the
6- 3. 5. 7 o. I2 when he had opened the. .seal
8. i when he had opened the seventh seal, there
9. 2 [he opened the bottomless pit ; and there]
11. 19 the temple of God was opened in heaven
12. 16 the earth opened her mouth, and swallo.
13. 6 he opened his mouth in blasphemy against
15. 5 the temple of the tabernacle . . was opened
19. ii I saw heaven opened, and behold a white
20. 12 I saw the dead . . and the books were ope.
20. 12 another book was opened, which is. .of 1.
11. In the opening, tv avoi^ei en anoixei.
Eph. 6. 19 that I may open my mouth boldly, to m.
12. To open up thoroughly, Siavoiya dianoigo.
Mark 7. 34 saithunto him, Ephphatha, that is, Beo.
7. 35 straightway his ears [were opened], and
Luke 2. 23 Every male that openeth the womb shall
24. 31 their eyes were opened, and they knew
24. 32 and while he opened to us the scriptures?
24. 45 Then opened he theirunderstanding, that
Acts 16. 14 whose heart the Lord opened, that shea:
17. 3 Opening and alleging that Christ must n.
13. To rend, tear, <rx ifa schizo.
Mark i. 10 he saw the heavens opened, and the spi.
OPEN, opened, to be (set)
1. To be removed, nSj galah, 2.
Job 38. 17 Have the gates of death been opened unto
2. To be opened, njj? paqach, 2.
Gen. 3. 5 know that, .then your eyes shall be ope.
3. 7 the eyes of them both were opened, and
Isa. 35. 5 Then the eyes of the blind shall beopeued
3. To open, nnp pathach.
Neh. 13. 19 should not be opened till after the sabbath
Psa. 109. 2 the mouth of the deceitful are opened
4.7Y> be opened, nnp pathach, 2.
Gen. 7. ii and the windows of heaven were opened
Neh. 7. 3 Let not the gates of Jerusalem be opened
Isa. 24. 1 8 the windows from on high are open, and
Eze. i. i the heavens were opened, and I saw visi.
24. 27 In that day shall thy mouth be opened to
33. 22 my mouth was opened, and I was no more
44. 2 gate shall be shut, it shall not be opened
46. i on the sabbath it shall be opened, and in
46. i the day of the new moon, it shall be opened
Nah. 2. 6 The gates of the rivers shall be opt m-d
3. 13 gates of thy land shall be set wide open
Zech 13. i there shall be a fountain opened to the
5. To open, ra^ pathach, 3.
Isa. 48. 8 from that time (that) thine ear was not a
60. ii Therefore thy gates shall be open contin.
6. To open , nn$ pethach.
Dan. 6. 10 his windows being open in his chamber
7. 10 judgment was set, and the books were o.
7. To lead on, &yu ago.
Acts 19. 38 have a matter against any . . the law is op.
OPEN 721 OPPRESSOR
8. To have the neck bent back,
Heb. 4. 13 all things (are) uaked and opened unto the
OPEN wide, to
1.7*0 open, gape, ~\y$ paar.
Job 29. 23 they opened their mouth wide (as) for the
2. To open wide, pty$ pasaq.
Prov 13. 3 he that openeth wide his lips shall have
3. To oj)en, nn^ pathach.
Deut 15. 8, ii thou shalt open thine hand wide unto
OPEN beforehand
JUritlent or manifest before, irpd$r]\os prodelos.
i Ti. 5. 24 Some men s sins are open beforehand, going
OPEN, OPENETH, (such as)
3. Opening, .Tip? pitrah.
Num. 8. 16 given, .instead of such as open every wo.
^.Opening, taa peter.
Exod 13. a whatsoever openeth the worn)) among the
13. 12 all that opeueth the matrix, and every ft.
13. 15 all that openeth the matrix, being males
34. 19 All that openeth the matrix (is) mine; and
Num. 3. i; all the first born that openeth the matrix
18. 13 Every thing that openeth the matrix in all
Eze. 20. 26 all that openeth the womb, that I might
3. To open (? shut), Dn^> shatham.
N urn 24. 3,15 the man whose eyes are open hath said
OPENING, (to be)
1. Opening, nn?0 maphteach.
i Ch. 9. 27 and the opening thereof every morning
2. Opening, n??p miphtach.
Prov. 8. 6 and the opening of my lips, .right things
3. To open, npj paqach.
Isa. 42. 20 observest not ; opening the ears, but he
4. Opening, nns pethach.
Prov. i. 21 She crieth. .in the openings of the gates
5. To open, nnp pathach, 2.
Job 1 2. 14 he shutteth . . and there can be no opening
^.Opening, firms pithechon.
Eze. 29. 21 1 will give thee the opening of the mouth
OPENING of the prison
Opening of the prison, rnpTip.9 j)eqach-qoach.
Isa. 6 1 . i to proclaim . . the opening of the prison to
OPENLY
1. In the eyes, openly, Q i ya ba-enayim.
Gen. 38. 21 Where(is)the harlot that (was) openly by
2. Manifestly, cV rf <pavtp<f en (5 phanero.
Matt. 6. 4, 6, 18, thy Father, .shall reward thee [o.]
3./rt public, Srjfj.oo iq demosia.
Acts 16. 37 They have beaten us openly uncondemned
4. Manifest, f/j.<(>avf)s emphanes.
Acts 10. 40 him God raised up. .and showed him op.
5. Freely, openly, ira^prjffi(f parrhesia.
Mark 8. 32 he spake that saying openly. And Peter
John 7. 4 and he himself seeketh to be known openly
7. 13 Howbeit no man speak openly of him for f.
ii. 54 Jesus therefore walked no more openly
18. 20 I spake openly to the world ; Col. 2. 15.
6. Manifestly, <pavepws phaneros.
Mark 1.45 that Jesus could no more openly enter into
John 7. 10 weut he also up into the feast, not openly
OPERATION
1. Work, nyy.i? maaseh.
Psa. 28. 5 they regard not. .the operation of his ha.
Isa. 5. 12 they regard not. .the operation of his ha.
2. Energy, inworking, tvepyfia energeia.
Col. 2. 12 through the faith of the operation of God
3. Energy, inworking, ivfpyrma energema.
1 Co. 12. 6 there are diversities of operations, but it
o -PTTRT. Sjyrt the high place.
A part of Jerusalem, on the E. of Zion ; perhaps the
same as Millo ; in 2 Ki. 5. 24 it is translated " tower ;
"
and was perhaps a fortified place near Samaria.
2 Ch. 27. 3 and on the wall of O he built much
33. 14 compassed about O., and raised it up a
Neh. 3. 26 Moreoverthe Nethinims dwelt in O., unto
3. 27 that lieth out, even unto the wall of O.
ii. 21 But the Nethinims dwelt in 0. : and Ziha
O -PHIR, 131 K, vjiK/a*, rich.
1. A son of Joktan, a descendant of Shem. B.C. 2200.
Gen. 10. 29 O., and Havilah, and Jobab : allthese(w.)
i Ch. i. 23 O., and Havilah, and Jobab. All these
2. A place in S. Arabia, from whence the products of
India were brought to the West.
i Ki. 9. 28 they came to O.,and fetched from thence
10. ii brought gold from O., brought in from O.
22. 48 made ships of Tharshish to goto O. forgold
1 Ch. 20. 4 thousand talents of gold, of the gold of O.
2 Ch. 8. 1 8 they went with the servants, .to O., and
9. 10 servants, .which brought gold fromO.,br.
Job 22. 24 the (gold) of O. as the stones of the brooks
28. 1 6 It cannot be valued with the gold of O.
Psa. 45. 9 on thy right . . stand the queen in gold of O.
Isa. 13. 12 even a man than the golden wedge of O.
OPH -NI, }!?yrr the high place.
A place in Benjamin, between Chephar-haammonai
and Gaba, five Roman miles from the latter, and
also not far from Gibeah of Saul ; now called I(fueh.
Josh 18. 24 Chephar-haamonai, and O., and Gaba
OPH -RAH, m.2y hamlet.
1. A city in Benjamin, near Parah. (See Aphrah).
Now called Taiyebeh.
Josh 1 8. 23 And Avini, and Parah, and O.
i Sa. 13. 17 turned unto the way (that leadeth to) O.
2. A city in Manasseh; now called Arrabeh.
Judg. 6. ii sat under an oak which (was) in O., that
6. 24 unto this day it (is) yet in O. of the Abi.
8. 27 put it in his city, (even) in O.: and all Is.
8. 32 sepulchre of Joash his father, in O. of the
9. 5 And he went unto his father s house at().
3. Son of Meonothai, head of a family in Judah. B.C.
1450.
i Ch. 4. 14 Meonothai begat O. : and Seraiah begat
OPINION
1.Knowledge, opinion, yi dea.
Job 32. 6 afraid, and durst not show you mine op.
32. 10 Hearken to me ; I also will show mineo.
32. 17 I will answer. .1 also will show mine op.
2. Branches, opinions, D 9yp seippim.
1 Ki. 18. 21 How long halt ye between twoopinions?
OPPORTUNITY
\.A fit season or opportunity, evKaipia. eukairia.
Matt 26. 16 from that time he sought opportunity to
Luke 22. 6 he promised, and sought opportunity to
2. A season, opportunity, Katp6s kairos.
Gal. 6. 10 As we have therefore opportunity, let us
Heb. ii. 15 they might have had opportunity to have
OPPORTTTNITY, to lack
To be without an opportunity, aKai.pfofj.at akaireo.
Phil. 4. 10 ye were also careful, but ye lacked oppo.
OPPOSE, to
To be laid (lie) opposite, avriKtLfj.a.1 antikeimai.
2 Th. 2. 4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself abo.
OPPOSE self (against), to
1. To ho,te, oppose, DBB satam.
Job 30. 21 with . . hand thou opposest thyself against
2. To be placed over against, avriStari6f/j.ai antid.
2 Ti. 2. 25 instructing those that oppose themselves
3. To be arranged over against, avrtrda <rop.au ant.
Acts 18. 6 when they opposed themselves, and bla.
OPPOSITION
A placing over against, avriOfffis antithesis.
i Ti. 6. 20 and oppositions of science falsely so cal.
OPPRESS to
1. To bruise, K;n daka, 3.
Prov 22. 22 neither oppress the afflicted in the gate
2. To put down, n}; yanah, 5.
Lev. 25. 14 And. .ye shall not oppress one another
25. 17 Ye shall not therefore oppress one anot.
Deut23. 16 dwell with thee. .thou shalt not oppress
Isa. 49. 26 I will feed them that oppress thee with
Eze. 18. 7 hath not oppressed any. .hath restored
1 8. 12 Hath oppressed the poor and needy, hath
1 8. 16 Neither hath oppressed any.hath notwith.
45. 8 my princes shall no more oppress my p.
3. To press, oppress, crush, pnS lachats.
Exod. 3. 9 wherewith the Egyptians oppress them
22. 21 Thou shalt neither vex a stranger, noro.
23. 9 Also thoushaltnot oppress astranger ; for
Judg. 2. 18 by reason of them that oppressed them
4. 3 he mightily oppressed the children of Isr.
6. 9 out of the hand of all that oppressed you
10. 12 The Zidonians also, .did oppress you ;and
1 Sa. 10. 1 8 out of the hand, .of them that oppressed
2 Ki. 13. 4 because the king of Syria oppressed them
13. 22 Hazael king of Syria oppressed Israel all
Psa. 56. i foi man . . he fighting daily oppresseth me
106. 42 Their enemies also oppressed them, and
Jer. 30. 20 and I will punish all that oppress them
4. To terrify, fny arats.
Psa. 10. 18 the man of the earth may no more oppr.
5.7*0 oppress, ppy ashaq. .
Deut24. 14 Thou shalt not oppress an hired servant
Job 10. 3 good unto thee that thou shouldest opp.
Psa. 1 19. 122 Be surety, .let not the proud oppress me
PTOY 14. 31 He that oppresseth the poor reproacheth
22. 16 He that oppresseth the poor to increase
28. 3 A poor man that oppresseth the poor (is
Isa. 52. 4 Assyrian oppressed them without cause
Jer. 7. 6 (If) ye oppress not the stranger, the fath.
Eze. 18. 18 because he cruelly oppressed, spoiled hi.
22. 29 they have oppressed the stranger wrong.
Hos. 12. 7 (He is) a merchant, .he loveth to oppress
Amos 4. i which oppress the poor, which crush the
Mic. 2. 2 so they oppress a man and his house, even
Zech. 7. 10 oppress not the widow, nor the fatherless
Mai. 3. 5 against those that oppress the hireling in
6.7*0 distress, be an adversary, "ny tsarar.
Numio. 9 against the enemy that oppresseth you
7. To break, oppress, bruise, pn ratsats.
i Sa. 12. 3 whom have I oppressed? or of whose ha.
12. 4 Thou hast not defrauded us, nor oppressed
8. To break, oppress, bruise, pyj ratsats, 3a.
Judg 10. 8 that year they vexed and oppressed the
2 Ch.i6. 10 Asa oppressed (some) of the people the
Job 20. 19 Because he hath oppressed .. hath forsak.
9. To spoil, destroy, ~ny shadad.
Psa. 17. 9 From the wicked that oppress me, (from)
10. /{> overpowered, KaraSuvavrfvu katadunasteuo.
Acts 10. 38 healing all that were oppressed of the ts.
Jas. 2. 6 Do not rich men oppress you, and draw you
OPPRESSED
I. Bruised, oppressed, IJT dak.
Psa. 9. 9 Lord also will be a refuge for the oppres.
10. 18 To judge the fatherless and the oppressed
74. 21 O let not the oppressed return ashamed
2. Oppressed one, ficij chamois.
Isa. 1. 17 relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherl.
3. Oppressed ones, D%
pie7. ashuqim.
Amos 3. 9 behold . . the oppressed in the midst the.
4. To be oppressed, pry ashaq, 4.
Isa. 23. 12 O thou oppressed virgin, daughter of Z.
5. To oppress, pyy ashaq.
Di iit .- -;. 29 thou shalt be only oppressed and spoiled
28. 33 thou shalt be only oppressed and crushed
Psa. 103. 6 and judgment for all that are oppressed
146. 7 Which executeth judgment for the oppr.
Eccl. 4. i and behold the tears of (such as were) op.
Jer. 50. 33 the children of Judah (were) oppressed
Hos. 5. ii Ephraim (is) oppressed . . broken in Judg.
^.Oppression is to me, "^ i^py [oshqah],
Isa. 38. 14 LORD, I am oppressed ; undertake for
7. To break, oppress, bruise, pfj ratsats.
Isa. 58. 6 to let the oppressed go free, and that ye
OPPRESSED, to be
1. To be exacted, &)) nagas, 2.
Isa. 3. 5 the people shall be oppressed, every one
53. 7 He was oppressed, and he was afflicted
2.7V) be worn down, Karairovfofjiai kataponeomai.
Acts 7. 24 avenged him that was oppressed, and sm.
OPPRESSING
To oppress, break, nj* yanah.
Jer. 46. 16 and let us go . . from the oppressing sword
50. 16 for fear of the oppressing sword they sliall
Zeph. 3. i Woe to her that is filthy . .the oppressing
OPPRESSION
\. Oppression, pnS lachats.
Exod. 3. 9 I have also seen the oppression wherewi.
Deut26. 7 LORD, .looked on our. .labour, ami our o.
2 Ki. 13. 4 he saw the oppression of Israel, because
Job 36. 15 He delivereth the poor, .in oppression
Psa. 42. 9 why go I mourning because of the oppre.
43. a why go I mourning because of the oppre.
44. 24 forgettest our affliction and. .oppression?
^..Oppression, scabbing, ngpp misjjach.
Isa. 5. 7 he looked for judgment, but behold opp.
3. Restraint, nxy otser.
Psa.io7. 39 brought low through oppression, affliction
^.Oppression, np,y aqah.
Psa. 55. 3 because of the oppression of the wicked
5. Oppression, pvy osheq.
Psa. 62. 10 Trust not in oppression, and become not
73. 8 and speak wickedly (concerning) oppres.
119. 134 Deliver me from the oppression of man
Eccl. 5. 8 If shou seest the oppression of the poor
7. 7 Surely oppression maketh a wise man mad
Isa. 30. 12 and trust in oppression and perverseness
54. 14 thou shalt be far from oppression; for thou
59. 13 speaking oppression and revolt, concern.
Jer. 6. 6 she (is) wholly oppression in the midst of
22. 17 for to shed innocent blood, and for oppr.
Eze. 22. 7 have they dealt by oppression with the st.
22. 29 The people of the land have used oppres.
6. Spoiling, ~te shod.
Psa. 12. 5 For the oppression of the poor, for the s.
7-Oppressions, riipyy.o maashaqqoth.
Isa. 33. 15 he that despiseth the gain of oppressionr
^.Oppressed ones or things, Q P e y. ashuqim.
Job 35. 9 By reason of the multitude of oppressions
Eccl. 4. i considered all the oppressions that ared.
OPPRESSION, to thrust out by
To thrust out or away, .tj; yanah, 5.
Eze. 46. 18 not take..by oppression, to thrust them out
OPPRESSOR
\.A man of violence, D^n B> K ish chamas.
Prov. 3.31 Envy thou not the oppressor, and choose
2.7*0 oppress, thrust out, n$; yanah.
Jer. 25. 38 because of the fierceness of the oppressor
3. 7*0 press, fr lachats.
Isa. 19. 20 they shall cry. .because of the oppressors
4. To exact, vi) nagas.
Job 3. 1 8 prisoners, .hear not the voice of the opp.
Isa. 3. 1 2 children (are) their oppressors, and women
9. 4 thou hast broken . . the rod of his oppres.
14. 2 and they shall rule over their oppressors
14. 4 How hath the oppressor ceased ! the gol.
Zech. 9. 8 no oppressor shall pass through them any
10. 4 Out of him came forth . . every oppressor
91
OR 722 ORDERED
5. Terrible one, pny arits.
Job 15. 20 the number of years is hidden to the op.
27. 13 This (is), .the heritage of oppressors, .th.
Psa. 54. 3 oppressors seek after my soul: they have
6. Oppressions, nipety5 maashaqqoth.
Prov. 2 8. 1 6 prince, . (is) also a great oppressor: (but)
7. Oppressor, piety osAog-.
Jer. 22. 3 deliver, .out of the hand of the oppressor
8. To oppress, pgty ashaq.
Psa. 72. 4 He . . shall break in pieces the oppressor
119. 121 I have done, .leave me not to mine opp.
Eccl. 4. i and on the side of their oppressors..pow.
Jer. 21. 12 deliver, .out of the hand of the oppressor
9. To distress, oppress, straiten, pi* tsuq, 5.
Isa. 51. 13 fury of the oppressor, .fury of the oppr. ?
10. To tread, trample down, csn ramas.
Isa. 1 6. 4 oppressors are consumed out of the land
OR, or else, or ever
1. Or, IN o.
Gen. 24. 49 that I may turn to the right hand or to
24. 50 we cannot speak unto thee bad or good
31. 43 or unto their children which they have
Exodig. 13 he shall surely be stoned or shot through
21. 18 one smite another with a stone, or with
Lev. 20. 17 his father s daughter, or his mother s da.
2. If, ON im.
Gen. 24. 21 had made his journey prosperous or not
Joel i. 2 Hath this been in your days, or even in
3.Z0, i/, though, whether, or, jn hen.
Ezra 7. 26 unto death, or to banishment, or to con.
4. Up to, iy_ ad.
Gen. 31. 24 thou speak not to Jacob either good or b.
5. Not, xh la.
Dan. 6. 24 or ever they came at the bottom of the d.
6. Whether, or, tire eite.
Rom. 12. 7 Or ministry . . on (our) ministering ; or he
12. 8 [Or] he that exhorteth, on exhortation : he
1 Co. 3. 22 Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world
3. 22 or life or death, or things present, or th.
8. 5 called gods, whether in heaven or in earth
10. 31 Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or w.
12. 13 whether. .Jews or Gentiles, whether, .bo.
12. 26 [or] one member be honoured, all ,he m.
14. 7 whether pipe or harp, except they give a
15. ii whether. .1 or they, so we preach, and so
2 Co. 5. 9 whether present or absent, we may be a.
5. 10 that he hath done, whether, .good or bad
8. 23 or our brethren, .the messengers
12. 3 whether in the body, or out of the body
Eph. 6. 8 receive of the Lord, whether, .bond or f.
Phil. i. 18 whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ is
i. 20 magnWed. .whether (it be) by life, or by
i. 27 whether I come and see you, or else be a.
Col. i. 16 or dominions, or principalities, or powers
i. 20 be) things in earth, or things in heaven
1 Th. 5. 10 whether we wake or sleep, we should live
2 Th. 2. 15 taught, whether by word, or, i Pe. 2.14.
7.If not,, e I
/j. f) ei me, 2 Co. 3. I.
8. Or, either, tf e.
Matt. 5. 17 that I am come to destroy the law, or the
5. 18 one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass
5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or b.
6- 24, 31; 7. 4, 9, 16; 9. 5; 10. n, 14, 19, 37,
37; 11.3; 12. 5, 25, 29, 33; 13. 21 ; 15. 4, 5, [6]; 16. 14,
26; 17. 25, 25; 18. 8,8, 16, 16, 20; 19. 29, 29, [29, 29, 29,]
29, 29 ; 24. 23, 23 ; 25. 37, 38, 39, 44, 44, 44, 44, 44 ; 27. 17. Mark 2. 9 ; 3. 4, 4, 33 ; 4. 21, 30; 6. [15], 56, 56 ; 7. 10,
11. 12; 8. 37; 10.29, 29, 29, 29, [291,29, 29; 11.30; 12. 14,
15; 13. [21], 35, 35, 35; Luke 2. 24; 8. 16, 19, 27; 12. 14;
13. 15; 14. 5, 12; 17. 7, 21, [23]; 18. ii, 29, 29, 29, 29;
John 2. 6 ; 6. 19 ; 7. 48 ; 9. 21 ; 13. 29 ; Acts i. 7 ; 3. 12 ;
4- 7 34; 5- 38; 10. [14!, 28, 28; ii. 8; 17. 29,29; 18. 14;
19. 12; 20. 33, 33; 23. 9, 29; 24. 20, [23]; 26. 31 ; 28. 6,
17, 21 ; Rom. 2, 15; 4. 13; 9. ii ; 10. 7; 14. 4, 10, 13, 21,
[21] ; i Co. 2. i ; 4. 3; 5. 10, [10], 10, n, ii, n, n, n ; 7.
ii. 15; ii. 4, 5, 6; 13. i; 14 7, 23, 24, 27, 29, 37; 15. 37;
2 Co. i. 13; 9. 7; 10. 12; ii. 4, 4 ; 12. 6; Gal. i. 8 ; 2. 2;
3 15; Eph. 3. 20; 5. 3, 27, 27; Phil. 2. [3]; Col. 2. 16, 16,
16, -5; 3. 17; 2 Th 2. 4.; i Ti. 2. [9], 9,9; 5. 4, [16], 19;
Titus i. 6; 3. 12; Phm. 18; Heb. 2. 6; 10. 28; 12. 16,
[20]; Jas. 2. 3, 15; 4. 15; i Pe. i. ii
; 3. 3, 9; 14. 15, 15,
15; Rev. 3. 15; 13. 16, 17, [17], 17; 14. 9.
Interrogative: Matt. 6. 31, 31 ; 7. 4, 9, 16; 9. 5 ; n.
3; 12. 5 : 16. 26; 17. 25; 21. 25; 22. 17; 23. 17, 19; 25;
37, 38 ; 27. 17 ; Mark 2. 9 ; 3. 4, 4, [33] ; 4. 21, 30 ; 8. [37] ;
11. 30 ; 12. 14, 15 ; Luke 5. 23 ; 6. 9, 9 ; 7. 19, 20 ; n. 12 ;
12. [n], ii. [391,41; 13. 4; 14. 31; 20. 2, 4,22; 22.27;
John 4. 27 ; 7. ii ; 9. 2 ; 18. 34 ; Acts 3. 12 ; 7. 49 ; 8. 34 ; Rom. 2. 4 ; 3. i ; 4. 9, 10 ; 8. 35, 35, 35, 35, 35, 35 ; n.
34, 35 ; i Co. i. 13 ; 4. 21 ; 7. 16 ; 9. 6, [7], 8, 10 ; 10. [19] ;
IT. 22; 14. 36; 2 Co. i. 17; 3. [i], i ; 6. 16; GaL i. 10,
12 ; 3. 2, 5 ; i Th. 2. 19, 19.
9.And not, neither, nor, /iTJre mete.
2 Th. 2. 2 That ye be not soon shaken in mind, [or]
ORACLE
1. Word, -yy dabar.
2 Sa. 16. 23 as if a man had enquired at the oracle of
2. Oracle, speaking place, hinder part, Ta^ debir.
i Ki. 6. 5 the walls . . of the temple and of the oracle
6. 1 6 built, .for the oracle, .for the most holy (p.)
6. 1 9 the oracle he prepared in the house within
6. 20 the oracle in the fore part (was) twenty c.
1 Ki. 6. 21 made, .by the chains of gold before the or.
6. 22 the whole altar that (was) by the oracle
6. 23 within the oracle he made two cherubim
6. 31 for the entering of the oracle he made do.
7. 49 before the oracle, with the flowers, and the
8. 6 into the oracle of the house, to the most
8. 8 were seen out in the holy, .before the or.
2 Ch. 3. 16 he made chains, (as) in the oracle, and put
4. 20 burn after the manner before the oracle
5. 7 brought in the ark . . to the oracle of the h.
5. 9 were seen from the ark before the oracle
Psa. 28. 2 I lift up my hands toward thy holy oracle
Z.Oracle, \6yiov logion.
Acts 7.38 who received the lively oracles to give unto
Rom. 3. 2 unto them were committed the oracles of
Heb. 5. 12 the first principles of the oracles of God
i Pe. 4. 1 1 If any man speak . . as the oracles of God
ORATION, to make an
To address the people, Srjfj.r]yoped> demegoreo.
Acts 12. 21 sat upon his throne, and made an oration
ORATOR
1. Whisper, charm, e*r6 lachash.
Isa. 3. 3 cunning artificer, and the eloquent orat.
2.A speaker, orator, prirtap rhetor.
Acts 24. i a certain orator. .Tertullus, who informed
ORCHARD
Park, garden ground, fruitful land, D H )? pardes.
Eccl. 2. 5 I made me gardens and orchards, and I
Song 4. 13 Thy plants (are) an orchard of pomegra.
ORDAIN, to
1. To lay a foundation, appoint, settle, np; yasad, 3.
1 Ch. 9. 22 whom David and Samuel the seer did or.
Psa. 8. 2 hast thou ordained strength because of
2. To form, prepare, establish, J13 kun, 3a.
Psa. 8. 3 moon and the stars, which thou hast or.
3. To number, appoint, njD, up mena, menah, 3.
Dan. 2. 24 whom the king had ordained to destroy
4.70 give, jn: nathan.
2 Ki. 23. 5 whom the kings of Judah had ordained
Jer. i. 5 I ordained thee a prophet unto the nati.
5. To cause to stand, ivy amad, 5.
2 Ch.n. 15 he ordained him priest for the high pla.
6. To arrange, set in array, THV arak.
Psa. 132. 17 I have ordained a lamp for mine anoint.
7. To work, do, use, Vj^ paal.
Psa. 7. 13 he ordaineth his arrows against the per.
8. To raise up, establish, Dip qum, 3.
Esth. 9. 27 The Jews ordained, and took upon them
9. To set, place, put, Q if, Bit? sum, sim.
i Ch.i7. 9 Also I will ordain a place for my people
Psa. 81. 5 This he ordained in Joseph, .a testimony
Hab. 1. 12 O LORD, thou hast ordained them for ju.
10. To set on, appoint, r\yy shaphath.
Isa. 26. 12 LORD, thou wilt ordain peace for us: for
11. To arrange throughout, Siard<ra-(a diatasso.
i Co. 7. 17 so let him walk. And so ordain I in all
9. 14 Even so hath the Lord ordained, that th.
Gal. 3. 19 ordained by angels in the hand of a med.
12. To place or set down, xaOlffriifj.* kathistemi.
Titus i. 5 that thou shouldest.. ordain elders in every
Hen. 5. i every high priest, .is ordained for men in
8. 3 every high priest is ordained to offer gifts
13. To prepare fully, KaTaffKfvdfa kataskeuazo.
Heb. 9. 6 Now when these things were thus orda.
1 4. To judge, decide, Kpivoa krino.
Acts 16. 4 that were ordained of the apostles and e.
15. To mark out or off, oplfa horizo.
Acts 10. 42 to testify that it is he which was ordained
17. 31 judge, .by (that) man whom he hath ord.
16. To do, make, iroiew poieo.
Mark 3. 14 he ordained twelve, that they should be
17.70 mark out publicly or before, irpoopifaproorizd.
i Co. 2. 7 which God ordained before the world unto
1 8. To arrange, set in array, rdffffea tasso.
Acts 13. 48 as many as were ordained to eternal life
Rom 13. i the powers that be are ordained of God
19. To put, place, set, rldy/Ai tithemi.
Johms. 16 but I have chosen you, and ordained you
i Ti. 2. 7 Whereunto I am ordained a preacher, and
20. To elect by stretching out the hand, -^eiporoveu.
Acts 14. 23 when they had ordained them elders in
ORDAIN before, to
l.To write or describe before, irpoypd(j><a prographo.
Jude 4 who were before of old ordained to this
2. 70 make ready before, TrpofTot/j.d<o proetoimazo.
Eph. 2. 10 which God hath before ordained that we
ORDAINED (to be), to be
1.7o set in array, T5V o-fak.
Isa. 30. 33 For Tophet (is) ordained of old ; yea, for
2. 70 become, ylvofj.ai ginomai.
Acts i. 22 must one be ordained to be a witness with
ORDER
1. Leading, manner, rri^n dibrah.
Psa. 1 10. 4 Thou(art) a priest for ever after the order
2. Hand, T yad.
i Ch.25. 2 which prophesied according to the order
25. 6 according to the king s order to Asaph, J.
^.Judgment, o$&Q mishpat.
Judg 13. 12 how shall we order the child, and (how)
1 Ch. 6. 32 waited on their office accord, to their or.
23. 31 according to the order commanded unto
2 Ch. 8. 14 according to the order of David his father
4. Order, arrangements, Q ^iQ sedarim.
Job 10. 22 A land of darkness, .withowt any order
5. Step, beat, oys paam.
Eze. 41. 6 one over another, and thirty in order ; and
6. Arrangement, order, rdy/AO. tagma.
i Co. 15. 23 every man in his own order; Christ the
7. Arrangement, order, rdts taxis.
Luke i. 8 while he executed, .in the order of his c.
i Co. 14. 40 Let all things be done decently and in or.
Col. 2. 5 joying and beholding your order, and the
Heb. 5. 6 Thou (art)apriest forever, after the order
5. 10 called of God an high priest after the or.
6. 20 made an high priest for ever, after the or.
7. ii that anotherpriest should rise after the or.
7. ii and not be called after the order of Aaron?
7. 17 Thou (art) a priest for ever, aftertheorder
7. 21 [Thou(art)apriestfor ever afterthe order]
ORDER, by or in
In succession, consecutively, Kafffris kathexes.
Luke i . 3 to write unto thee in order, most excellent
Acts ii. 4 Peter, .expounded (it) by order unto them
1 8. 23 departed, and wentover. .country, .in or.
ORDER, due
Judgment, cstpo mishpat.
i Ch. 15. 13 that we soughthim not after the due order
ORDER, to (give)
1. To bind, direct, npK asar.
i Ki. 20. 14 Then he said, Who shall order the battle?
2. 70 prepare, establish, |13 kun, 5.
Psa.ng. 133 Order my steps in thyword: and letnot
Isa. 9. 7 to order it, and to establish it with judg.
3.70 array, THJ; arak.
Exod27. 21 Aaron and his sons shall order it from ev.
Lev. 24. 3 shall Aaron order it from the evening unto
24. 4 He shall order the lamps upon the pure
Job 13. 18 Behold now, I have ordered (my) cause; I
23. 4 I would order (my) cause before him, and
37. 19 Teach us. .we cannot order, .by reason of
Jer. 46. 3 Order ye the buckler and shield, and draw
4.7o set, place, 2nd, DV, Q B sum, sim.
Psa. 50. 23 and to him that ordereth (his) conversa.
5.70 arrange throughout, StaTdcrffca diatasso.
i Co. 1 6. i as I have given order to the churches of
ORDER, to lay, put or set in
1.70 array, TH^ arak.
Gen. 22. 9 laid the wood in order, and bound Isaac
Exod.4o. 4 thou shalt bring in. .and set in order the
40. 23 he set the bread in order upon it before
Lev. i. 7 and lay the wood in order upon the fire
i. 8 shall lay the parts, .in order upon the w.
i. 12 shall lay them in order upon the wood that
6. 12 and lay the burnt offering in order upon
24. 8 Every sabbath he shall set it in order be.
Josh. 2. 6 which she had laid in order upon the ro.
1 Ki. 18. 33 he put the wood in order, and cut the b.
Job 33. 5 If thou canst answer me, set. .in order b.
Psa. 50. 21 1 will reprove thee, and set. .in order be.
Isa. 44. 7 who. .shall declare it, and set in order for
2.70 set up, command, charge, niy tsavah, 3.
2 Sa. 17. 23 put his household in order, and hanged
2 Ki.2o. i Set thine house in order ; for thou shalt
Isa. 38. i Set thine house in order
^for
thou shalt
3.70 make straight or right, Jpn taqan, 3.
Eccl. 12. 9 sought out, (and) set in order many pro.
4. 70 arrange thoroughly, Siardffcrw diatasso.
1 Co. ii. 34 the rest will I set in order when I come
ORDER, to be set or reckoned up in
1. 70 be formed, prepared, established, ji3 kun, 1.
2 Ch. 29. 35 the service of the house . . was set in order
2. Arrangement, array, order, njrjJLO maarakah.
Exod.sg. 37 the lamps to be set in order, and all the
3.70 set in array, arrange, rt-\y arak.
Psa. 40. 5 they cannot be reckoned up in order un.
4. 70 be joined, a^a" shalab, 4.
Exod. 26. 1 7 Two tenons . . set in order one against an.
ORDER, things that are to be set in
Array, ~-\~y. erek.
Exod.4o. 4 the things that are to be set in orderup.
ORDERED, to be
1.70 be formed, prepared, established, } 3 kun, 4.
Psa. 37. 23 The steps of a (good) man are ordered by
2. 70 set in array, arrange, ~iy arak.
2 Sa. 23. 5 everlasting covenant, ordered in all. .and
ORDERED place
Arrangement, npTg.0 maarakah.
Judg. 6. 26 build im altar, .in the ordered place, and
ORDERING 723 OTHER
ORDERING
Inspection, visitation. Tjip? pequddah.
1 Ch.24. 19 These, .the orderings of them in their se.
ORDINANCE
I. Statute, decree, pn choq.
Exodi2. 24 ye shall observe this thing for an ordina.
18. 20 thou shalt teach them ordinances and laws
Num 18. 8 have I given them, .by an ordinance for
2 Ch.35. 25 lamentations .. and made them an ordin.
Psa. 99. 7 they kept his testimonies, and the ordin.
Isa. 24. 5 changed the ordinance, broken the ever.
Jer. 31. 36 If those ordinances depart from before me
Eze. 45. 14 Concerning the ordinance of oil, the bath
Mai. 3. 7 ye are gone away from mine ordinances
2. Statute, decree, njjn chuqqah.
Exodi2. 14 ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance
12. 17 shall ye observe this day. .by an ordina.
12. 43 This (is) the ordinance of the passover :T.
13. 10 Thou shalt therefore keep this ordinance
Lev. 1 8. 3 neither shall ye walk in their ordinances
1 8. 4 keep mine ordinances, to walk therein
Num 9. 12 according to all the ordinances of the pa.
9. 14 according to the ordinance of the passover
9. 14 ye shall have one ordinance, both for the
10. 8 they shall be to you for an ordinance for
15. 15 Qne ordinance, .an ordinance for ever in
19. 2 This fis) the ordinance of the law which
31. 21 This (is) the ordinance of the law which
Job 38. 33 Kuowest thou the ordinances of heaven?
Jer. 31. 35 the ordinances of the moon and of the st.
33. 25 I have not appointedtheordinancesof h.
Eze. 43. ii show..all the ordinances..keep..all the o.
43. 18 These (are) the ordinances of the altar in
44. 5 concerning all the ordinances of the hou.
46. 14 continually by a perpetual ordinance unto
S.Hand, T yad.
Ezra 3. 10 after the ordinance of David king of Isr.
4. Command, charge, precept, njso mitsvah.
Neh. 10. 32 we made ordinances for us, to charge ou.
5. Watch, ward, guard, rnc*p mishmereth.
Lev. 18. 30 Therefore shall ye keep mine ordinance, t.
22. 9 They shall therefore keep mine ordinance
Mai. 3. 14 what profit., that we have kept his ordina.
^.Judgment, BSpp mishpat.
Exodis. 25 he made for them a statute and an ordin.
Josh 24. 25 set them a statute and an ordinance in S.
1 Sa. 30. 25 that he made itastatuteand an ordinance
2 Ki. 17. 34 after their ordinances, or after the lawand
17. 37 the statutes, and the ordinances, and the
2 Ch. 33. 8 whole law and the statutes and the ordin.
35. 13 roasted, .with fire according to the ordin.
Psa. 119. 91 They continue, .according to thine ordin.
Isa. 58. 2 and forsook not the ordinance of their G.
58. 2 they ask of me the ordinances of justice
Eze. ii. 20 Thattheymay..keepmineordinances, and
7. Thorough arrangement, Siarayrt diatage.
Rom. 13. 2 Whosoever therefore . . resisteth the ordi.
8.^4 judicial appointment, SiKaica/jia dikaioma.
Luke i. 6 walkinginallthe..ordinancesofthe Lord
Heb. 9, i had also ordinances of divine service, and
9. 10 carnal ordinances, imposed, .until theti.
Q.Dogma, determination, decree, 86yu.a, dogma.
Eph. 2. 15 the law of commandments, in ordinances
Col. 2. 14 Blotting out the hand writing of ordinan.
10. Any made thing, KTHTIS ktisis.
i Pe. 2. 13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of
11.A giving over, -jrapaSotrts paradosis.
i Co. a. 2 keep the ordinances, asldelivered. .toyou
ORDINANCES, to be subject to
To be under a decree, Soy/^a-ri^o^ai dogmatizomai.
Col. 2. 20 Wherefore .. are ye subject to ordinances
ORDINARY
Statute, decree, pn choq.
Eze. 16. 27 have diminished thine ordinary (food), and
O -REB, 3-iiy, a-iy raven, bustard.
1. A prince of Midian defeated by Gibeon, and slain by
the Ephramites at the Jordan. B.C. 1249.
Judg. 7.25 took . . 0. . . and they slew O. upon the rock
7. 25 brought the heads of O. and Zeeb to Gid.
8. 3 God hath delivered. .O. and Zeeb: andw.
Psa. 83. ii Make their nobles like O. and like Zeeb
2. A rock E. of the Jordan, near Beth-bareh, whereon
Oreb and Zeeb were slain. Now called Ash-el-Qhorab.
Judg. 7. 25 they slew..upon the rock 0., and Zeeb they
Isa. 10. 26 the slaughter of Midian at the rock of O.
O -REN, pT strength.
Third son of Jerahmeel, grandson of Pharez son of
Judah. B.C. 1510.
i Ch. 2. 25 and Bunah, and O., and Ozem, (and) Ah.
ORGAN
Lute, flute, ay, aaj; uggab, ugab.
Gen. 4. 21 of all such as handle the harp and organ
Job 21. 12 They, .rejoice at the sound of the organ
30. 31 my organ into the voice of them that w.
Psa. 1 50. 4 praise . . with stringed instrume nts and o.
O-RT-ON, "? D3 strong.
The southern constellation seen in November ; called
in Hebrew Ke-sil.
Job 9. 9 Which maketh Arcturus, O., and Pleiades
Job 38. 31 Canst thou bind., or loose the bands of O.. Amos 5. 8 that maketh the seven stars and O., and
ORNAMENT
\.Ephod, rnax aphuddah.
Isa. 30. 22 the ornament of thy molten images of g.
2.0rnament, trinket, Sq chali.
Prov 25. 12 (As) an ear ring of gold, and an ornament
3. Wreath, addition, rn^> livyah.
Prov. i. 9 they, .an ornament of grace unto thy he.
4. 9 She shall give to thine head an ornament
4.0rnament, desirable thing, nj; adi.
Exod33. 4 and no man did put on him hisornaments
33. 5 now put off thy ornaments from thee, that
33. 6 stripped themselves of their ornaments by
2 Sa. i. 24 who put on ornaments of gold upon youi
Isa. 49. 18 clothe thee with them all, as with an or.
Jer. 2. 32 Can a maid forget her ornaments . . a bridt
4. 30 though thou deckest thee with ornaments
Eze. 7. 20 As for the beauty of his ornament, he set
16. 7 and thou art come to excellent ornaments
16. ii I decked thee also with ornaments and I
23. 40 for whom thou . . deckedst thyself with o
5.A moon shaped ornament, vi~\>$y saharonim.
Judg. 8. 21 and took away the ornaments that (were
8. 26 besides ornaments, and collars, and pur
6. Beautyi ornament, headdress, 1x3 peer.
Isa. 61. 10 as a bridegroom decketh (himself) with o.
ORNAMENT of the legs
Bracelet for arm or ankle, nij;s tseadah.
Isa. 3. 20 The bonnets, and the ornaments of the 1.
ORNAMENTS, tinkling
A tinkling clasp, Dpy ekes.
Isa. 3. 1 8 take away the bravery of .. tinkling orna.
OR -NAN, JJ-IN strong.
A Jebusite prince whose thrashing-floor was purchased
by David for an altar, called Araunah in 2 Sa. 24. 16.
B.C. 1017.
1 Ch.2i. 15 LORD stood by the threshing floor of O.
21. 18, 28 in the threshing floor of 0. the Jebus.
21. 20 O. turned back. .Now O. was threshing
21. 21 as David came to O. , O. looked, and saw D.
21. 22 David said to O., Grant me the place of
21. 23 O. said unto David, Take (it) to thee, and
21. 24 David said to O., Nay ; but I will verily
21. 25 So David gave to O. for the place six hu.
2 Ch. 3. i had prepared in the threshing floor of O.
OR -PAH, na-iy youthful freshness.
A daughter in law of Naomi, and wife of Mahlon, who
returned to her own people. B.C. 1312.
Ruth i. 4 thenameof theone(was)O., and the name
i. 14 O. kissed her mother in law ; but Ruth
ORPHAN
Fatherless child, orphan, Din; yathom.
Lam. 5. 3 We are orphans and fatherless, our mo.
O -SEE, n<r7jc=. Greek name of the prophet Hosea.
Rom. 9. 25 As he saith also in O., i will call themmy
O-SHE -A, ye>in God saves.
Same as Joshua son of Nun, servant of Moses.
Numi3. 8 Of the tribe of Ephraim, O. the son of Nun
13. 16 Moses called O. the son of Nun, Jehoshua
OSPRAY
Ospray, njjjy ozniyyah.
Lev. n. 13 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr
Deuti4. 12 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr.
OSSTFRAGE
Ossifrage, bone breaker, D~\ peres.
Lev. ii. 13 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr.
Deuti4. 12 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr.
OSTRICH
I. Ostriches, screamers, DUj;; yeenim.
Lam. 4. 3 cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness
2.Stork, nrpq chasidah.
Job 39. 13 or wings and feathers unto the ostrich?
OTHER (things, matters, of), OTHERS
1.A brother, nx ach.
Gen. 13. n separated themselves the one from theo.
2. One, in$ echad.
Exodi7. 12 the one on the one side, and the otheron
18. 4 And the name of the other (was) Eliezer
25. 19 And make., the other cherub on the other
25. 33 three bowls made like almonds in the ot.
Lev. 5. 7 one for a sin offering, and the other for
12. 8 the one for the burnt offering, and the o.
14. 22 one shall be a sin offering, and the other
14. 31 the one (for) a sin offering, and the other
1 5- 15. 30 the one (for)asin offering, and the other
16. 8 one lot for the LORD, and the other lot for
Num. 6. ii the one for a sin offering, and the other
8. 12 the one (for) a sin offering, and the other
Judg2o. 31 and the other toGibeah in the field, about
1 Sa. 14. 4 Bozez, and the name of the other Seneh
14. 5 the other southward over against Gibeah
14. 40 Jonathan myson will be on theotherside
2 Sa. 12. i two men. .the one rich, and the other po.
14. 6 but the one smote the other, and slew him
i Ki. 3. 25 give half to the one, and half to the other
12. 29 he set the one in Beth-el, and the other
*8. 23 I will dress the other bullock, and lay (it)
2 Ch. 3 . 12 (one) wing of the other cherub (was) five
3. 17 one on the right hand, and the other on
Neh. 4. 17 and with the other (hand) held a weapon
Jer. 24. 2 the other basket (had) very naughty flgs
Eze. 40. 6 and the other threshold..one reed broad
pan. 12. 5 the other on that side of the bank of the
Zeuh. 4. 3 the other upon the left (side) thereof
n. 7 the one I called Beauty, and the other I
3.A sister, ninx aclwth.
Eze. i. 23 wings straight, the one toward the other
4. Other, another, next, inx ach&r.
Gen. 8. 10 he stayed yet other seven days ; and again
8. 12 he stayed yet other seven days ; and sent
29. 27 shalt serve with me yet seven other years
29. 30 and served with him yet seven other ye.
41. 3> iQ seven other kine came up after them
43- M that he may send away your other broth.
, 43-22 other money have we brought down in our
Exod2o. 3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me
23. 13 make no mention of the name of otherg.
34. 14 For thou shalt worship no other god : for
Lev. 6. ii put on other garments, and carry forth
14. 42 And they shall take other stones, and put
14. 42 he shall take other mortar, and shall pL
Deut. 5. 7 Thou shalt have none other gods before
6. 14 Ye shall not go after other gods, of the g.
7. 4 turn away . . that they may serve other g.
8. 19 walk after other gods, and serve them, and
ii. 16 and serve other gods, and worship them
ii. 28 to go after other gods, which ye have not
13. 2 Let us go after other gods, which thou h.
13. 6, 13 Let us go and serve other gods, which
17. 3 hath gone and served other gods, and w.
18. 20 that shall speak in thenameof othergods
28. 14 not go aside, .to go after other gods to s.
28. 36 there shalt thou serve other gods, wood
28. 64 and there thou shalt serve other gods, w.
29. 26 they went and served other gods, and w.
30. 17 and worship other gode, and serve them
31. 18 in that they are turned unto other gods
31. 20 then will they turn unto other gods, and
Josh 23. 16 have gone and served other gods, and bo.
24. 2 Yourfathers dwelt..they served othergods
24. 16 should forsake the LORD, to serve otherg.
Judg. 2. 12 followed other gods, of the gods of the p.
2. 17 but they went a whoring after othergods
2. 19 in following other gods to serve them, and
10. 13 ye have forsaken me, and served other g. Ruth 2. 22 that they meet thee not in any other field
1 Sa. 8. 8 have forsaken me, and served other gods
19. 21 sent other messengers, and they prophesi.
21. 9 take (it) ; for (there is) no other save that
26. 19 driven me out. .saying, Go, serve other g.
28. 8 disguised himself, and put on other raim.
2 Sa. 13. 16 greater than the other that thou didst unto
1 Ki. 3. 22 the other woman said, Nay; but the living
9. 6 go and serve other gods, and worship them
9. 9 have taken hold upon other gods, and h.
11. 4 wives turned away his heart after otherg.
ii. 10 that he should not go after other gods
14. 9 for thou hast gone and made thee other
2 Ki. 5. 17 offer neither, .sacrifice unto other gods
17. 7 children of Israel . . had feared other gods
17. 35 Ye shall not fear other gods, nor bowyo.
17. 37 observe, .and ye shall not fear other gods
17. 38 not forget; neither shall ye fear other gods
22. 17 burnt incense unto other gods, that they
1 Ch.23. 17 Eliezer had none other sons; but the sons
2 Ch. 3. ii and the other wing (was likewise) five cu.
3. ii reaching to the wing of the other cherub
3. 12 wing of the other cherub (was) five cubits
3. 12 other wing (was) five cubits (also) joining
7. 19 shall go and serve other gods, and worsh.
7. 22 laid hold on other gods, and worshipped
28. 25 burn incense unto other gods, and provo.
30. 23 assembly took counsel to keep other seven
34. 25 burned incense unto othergods, that they
Ezra i. 10 Thirty basins of gold . .(and) other vessels
2. 31 children of the other Elam, a thousand tw
Neh. 5. 5 for other men have our lauds and vineya.
7. 33 The men of the other Nebo, fifty and two
7. 34 children of the other Elam, a thousand two
Job 8.19 Behold . . out of the earth shall others grow
31. 10 let my wifegrind. .and let others bow do.
34. 24 break in pieces, .and set others in thek
Psa. 49. 10 men die. .and leave their wealth to others
Prov. 5. 9 Lest thou give thine honour unto others
Eccl. 7. 22 thou thyself likewise hast cursed others
Jer. i. 16 have burnt incense unto other gods, and
6. 12 their houses shall be turned unto others
7. 6 neither walk after other gods to your hurt
7. 9 walk after other gods whom ye know not
7. 18 pour out drink offerings unto other gods
8. 10 Therefore will I give their wives unto ot.
ii. 10 they went after other gods to serve them
13. 10 walk after other gods, to serve them, and
16. ii walked after other gods, and have served
16. 13 there shall ye serve other gods day and ni.
19. 4 have burnt incense in it unto other gods
19. 13 poured out drink offerings unto othergo.
22. 9 and worshipped other gods, and served
25. 6 go not after other gods to serve them, and
32. 29 poured out drink offerings unto other gods
35. 15 and go not after other gods to serve them
44. 3 to serve other gods,whom they knew not
44. 5 to burn no incense unto other gods
44. 8 burning incense unto other gods in the I.
44. 15 wives had burnt incense unto other gods
Eze. 40. 40 on the other side, which (was) at the po.
41. 24 one door, and two leaves for the other (d.)
42. 14 put on other garments, and shall approach
OTHER
Eze.44. 19 theyshallputonothergarments; and they
Dan. ii. 4 plucked up, even for others besides those
12. 5 there stood othertwo, the one on this side
Hos. 3. i look to other gods, and love flagons of w.
5. Other, another, }] ochori.
Dan. 7. 20 and (of) the other which came up, and b.
Q.Other, another, jTn$ ochoran.
Dan. 2. ii there is none other that can show it be.
2. 44 kingdom shall not be left to other people
3. 29 no othergod that can deliver after this so.
T.Rt st, remnant, i^ shear.
Esth. 9. 16 But the other Jews that (were) in the ki.
8. Second, other, utr, n w shenith, sheni.
Gen. 4. 19 Adah, and the name of the other Zillah
Exod i. 15 Shiphrah.andthe name of the other Puah
25. 12 one side of it, and two rings in the other
25. 32 and three branches . . out of the other side
26. 27 five bars for the boards of the other side
27. 15 ontheotherside(shallbe)haugingsflfteeu
28. 10 six names of the rest on the other stone
29. 19 thou shalt take the other ram ; and Aaron
29. 39,41 the other lamb thou shaltorter at even
36. 25, 32 the other side of the tabernacle
37. 3 and two rings upon the other side of it
37. 18 three branches, .out of the other side th.
38. 15 for the other side of the court gate, on this
Lev. 8. 22 brought the other ram, the ram of conse.
Nuni ii. 26 name of the other ledr.d : and the spirit
28. 4, 8 the other lam -* shalt thou offer at even
Ruth i. 4 name of the other Ruth : and they dwelt
1 Sa. i. 2 name of the other Peninnah: and Penin.
2 Ha. 4. 2 name of the other Rechab, the sons of R.
i Ki. 6. 24 and five cubits the other wing of the oh.
6. 25 the other cherub (was) ten cubits : both
6. 26 ten cubits, and so (was it) of the other c.
6. 27 wing of the other cherub touched the ot.
6. 34 twoleavesof theotherdoor (were) folding
7. 16 height of the other chapiter (was) five c.
7. 17 one chapiter, and seven for the other ch.
7. 18 pomegranates : and so did he for the oth.
7. 20 in rows round about upon the other cha.
Neh. 3. 1 1 repaired the other piece, and the tower
3. 20 earnestly repaired the other piece, from
12. 38 other (company of them that gave) thanks
Dan. 8. 3 but one (was) higher than the other, and
Zech.n. 14 Then I cut asunder mine other staff, (even)
9. Wing, p
j}|i kanaph.
i Ki. 6. 24 unto the uttermost part of the other (were)
10.A friend, companion, jp. rff>-
Exod i S. 7 they asked each other of (their) welfare
Jer. 36. 16 they were affaid, both oue and other, and
II. Other, another, &\\os allos.
Matt. 4. 21 he saw othertwo brethren, James (the son)
5. 39 thy right cheek, turn to him the other alsi
12. 13 and it was restored whole, like as the other
13. 8 other fell into good ground, and brought
20. 3 saw others standing idle in the market p
20. 6 found others standing idle, and saith unto
21. 8 others cut down branches from the trees
21. 36 he sent other servants more than the first
21.41 let out (his) vineyard unto other husband.
22. 4 sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them
25. 16 traded with the same, and made (them) o
25. 17 And likewise, .he also gained other two
25. 20 came and brought other five talents, say
25. 22 have gained two other talents besides them
27. 42 He saved others ; himself he cannot save
27. 61 other Mary, sitting over against the sep
28. i Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to
Mark 3. 5 his hand was restored [whole as the other;
4. 8 other fell on good ground, and did yield
4. 36 there were also with him other little ships
6. 15 Others said, That it is Elias. And others
7. 4 many other things there be which they h
7 . 8 [and many other such like things ye do]
8. 28 some (say), Elias; and others, One of the
11. 8 otherscutdownbranchesoff the trees, and
12. 5 him they killed, and many others; beating
12. 9 and will give the vineyard unto others
12. 31 There is none other commandment greater
12. 32 is one God; and there is none other bat
jr. 31 He saved others; himself he cannot savt
15. 41 many other women whioh came up with
Lake 5. 29 and of others that sat down with them
6. 10 [his hand was restored whole as the other
6. 29 offer also the other ; and him that taketh
9. 8 of others, that one of the old prophets was
9. 19 others (say), that one of the old prophets
20. 16 shall give the vineyard to others. And
23. 35 He saved others ; let him save himself i
4ohn 4 . 38 other men laboured, and ye are entered
6. 22 saw that there was none other boat then
6. 23 Howbeit there came other boats from Ti
7 . 12 others said, N ay ; but he deceiveth the p
7. 41 Others said. This is the Christ. But som
9. 9 others (said), He is like him : (but) he sail
o. 16 Others said, How can a man that is a sin
10. 16 other sheep I have, which are not of this
10. 21 Others said, These are not the words of him
12. 29 said that it thundered : others said, An a.
15. 24 the works which none other man did, they
18. 16 Then went out that other disciple, which
18. 34 Sayest thou. .or did others tell it thee of
19. il crucified him, and two other with him
19. 32 brake the legs . . of the other which was c.
20. 2 to the other disciple whom Jesus loved
ao. 3 went forth, and that other disciple, and
ao. 4 other disciple did outruu Peter, and came
724
John 20. 8 Then went in also that other disciple wh.
20. 25 Theotherdisciples therefore said unto him
20. 30 many other signs truly did Jesus in the p.
21. -2 of Zebedee, and two other of his disciples
21. 8 other disciples came in a little ship ; for
21. 25 there are also many other things which J.
Acts 4. 12 [Neither is there salvation in any other]
15. 2 certain other of them, should go up to J.
i Co. i. 16 I know not whether I baptized any other
3. ii For other foundation can no man lay than
9. 2 If I be not an apostle unto others, yet d.
9. 12 If others be partakers of (this) power over
9. 27 when I have preached to others, I myself
14. 19 that (by my voice)! might teach others also
14. 29 speak two or three, and let the other judge
a Co. i. 13 For we write none other things unto you
8. 13 For (I mean) not that other men be eased
ii. 81 robbed other churches, taking wages (of
Phil. 3. 4 If any other man thinketh that he hath
i Th. 2. 6 nor (yet) of others, when we might have
Heb.n. 35 others were tortured, not accepting deli.
Jas. 5. 12 neither by any other oath : butletyouryea
Rev. 2. 24 I will pin upon you none other burden
1 7. 10 and one is, (and) the other is not yet come
l2.Belonging to another, a\\6rpios allotrios.
Heb. 9 25 holy place every year with blood of others
13. He, aitr6s autos.
Luke 1 4. 32 while the other is yet a great way off, he
14. One, efs heis.
Mattzo. 21 one on thy right hand, and the other on
24. 40 the one shall be taken, and the other left
Markio. 37 one on thy right hand, and the other on
15. 27 one on his right hand, and the other on
Johii2o. 12 one at the head, and the other at the feet
Gal. 4.22 one by a bond maid, the other by a free w.
15. That, that one, e/celVos ekeinos.
LukeiS. 14 justified (rather) than the other : for every
IQ.Even that, KaKelvos ka


ORDERING
Inspection, visitation. Tjip? pequddah.
1 Ch.24. 19 These, .the orderings of them in their se.
ORDINANCE
I. Statute, decree, pn choq.
Exodi2. 24 ye shall observe this thing for an ordina.
18. 20 thou shalt teach them ordinances and laws
Num 18. 8 have I given them, .by an ordinance for
2 Ch.35. 25 lamentations .. and made them an ordin.
Psa. 99. 7 they kept his testimonies, and the ordin.
Isa. 24. 5 changed the ordinance, broken the ever.
Jer. 31. 36 If those ordinances depart from before me
Eze. 45. 14 Concerning the ordinance of oil, the bath
Mai. 3. 7 ye are gone away from mine ordinances
2. Statute, decree, njjn chuqqah.
Exodi2. 14 ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance
12. 17 shall ye observe this day. .by an ordina.
12. 43 This (is) the ordinance of the passover :T.
13. 10 Thou shalt therefore keep this ordinance
Lev. 1 8. 3 neither shall ye walk in their ordinances
1 8. 4 keep mine ordinances, to walk therein
Num 9. 12 according to all the ordinances of the pa.
9. 14 according to the ordinance of the passover
9. 14 ye shall have one ordinance, both for the
10. 8 they shall be to you for an ordinance for
15. 15 Qne ordinance, .an ordinance for ever in
19. 2 This fis) the ordinance of the law which
31. 21 This (is) the ordinance of the law which
Job 38. 33 Kuowest thou the ordinances of heaven?
Jer. 31. 35 the ordinances of the moon and of the st.
33. 25 I have not appointedtheordinancesof h.
Eze. 43. ii show..all the ordinances..keep..all the o.
43. 18 These (are) the ordinances of the altar in
44. 5 concerning all the ordinances of the hou.
46. 14 continually by a perpetual ordinance unto
S.Hand, T yad.
Ezra 3. 10 after the ordinance of David king of Isr.
4. Command, charge, precept, njso mitsvah.
Neh. 10. 32 we made ordinances for us, to charge ou.
5. Watch, ward, guard, rnc*p mishmereth.
Lev. 18. 30 Therefore shall ye keep mine ordinance, t.
22. 9 They shall therefore keep mine ordinance
Mai. 3. 14 what profit., that we have kept his ordina.
^.Judgment, BSpp mishpat.
Exodis. 25 he made for them a statute and an ordin.
Josh 24. 25 set them a statute and an ordinance in S.
1 Sa. 30. 25 that he made itastatuteand an ordinance
2 Ki. 17. 34 after their ordinances, or after the lawand
17. 37 the statutes, and the ordinances, and the
2 Ch. 33. 8 whole law and the statutes and the ordin.
35. 13 roasted, .with fire according to the ordin.
Psa. 119. 91 They continue, .according to thine ordin.
Isa. 58. 2 and forsook not the ordinance of their G.
58. 2 they ask of me the ordinances of justice
Eze. ii. 20 Thattheymay..keepmineordinances, and
7. Thorough arrangement, Siarayrt diatage.
Rom. 13. 2 Whosoever therefore . . resisteth the ordi.
8.^4 judicial appointment, SiKaica/jia dikaioma.
Luke i. 6 walkinginallthe..ordinancesofthe Lord
Heb. 9, i had also ordinances of divine service, and
9. 10 carnal ordinances, imposed, .until theti.
Q.Dogma, determination, decree, 86yu.a, dogma.
Eph. 2. 15 the law of commandments, in ordinances
Col. 2. 14 Blotting out the hand writing of ordinan.
10. Any made thing, KTHTIS ktisis.
i Pe. 2. 13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of
11.A giving over, -jrapaSotrts paradosis.
i Co. a. 2 keep the ordinances, asldelivered. .toyou
ORDINANCES, to be subject to
To be under a decree, Soy/^a-ri^o^ai dogmatizomai.
Col. 2. 20 Wherefore .. are ye subject to ordinances
ORDINARY
Statute, decree, pn choq.
Eze. 16. 27 have diminished thine ordinary (food), and
O -REB, 3-iiy, a-iy raven, bustard.
1. A prince of Midian defeated by Gibeon, and slain by
the Ephramites at the Jordan. B.C. 1249.
Judg. 7.25 took . . 0. . . and they slew O. upon the rock
7. 25 brought the heads of O. and Zeeb to Gid.
8. 3 God hath delivered. .O. and Zeeb: andw.
Psa. 83. ii Make their nobles like O. and like Zeeb
2. A rock E. of the Jordan, near Beth-bareh, whereon
Oreb and Zeeb were slain. Now called Ash-el-Qhorab.
Judg. 7. 25 they slew..upon the rock 0., and Zeeb they
Isa. 10. 26 the slaughter of Midian at the rock of O.
O -REN, pT strength.
Third son of Jerahmeel, grandson of Pharez son of
Judah. B.C. 1510.
i Ch. 2. 25 and Bunah, and O., and Ozem, (and) Ah.
ORGAN
Lute, flute, ay, aaj; uggab, ugab.
Gen. 4. 21 of all such as handle the harp and organ
Job 21. 12 They, .rejoice at the sound of the organ
30. 31 my organ into the voice of them that w.
Psa. 1 50. 4 praise . . with stringed instrume nts and o.
O-RT-ON, "? D3 strong.
The southern constellation seen in November ; called
in Hebrew Ke-sil.
Job 9. 9 Which maketh Arcturus, O., and Pleiades
Job 38. 31 Canst thou bind., or loose the bands of O.. Amos 5. 8 that maketh the seven stars and O., and
ORNAMENT
\.Ephod, rnax aphuddah.
Isa. 30. 22 the ornament of thy molten images of g.
2.0rnament, trinket, Sq chali.
Prov 25. 12 (As) an ear ring of gold, and an ornament
3. Wreath, addition, rn^> livyah.
Prov. i. 9 they, .an ornament of grace unto thy he.
4. 9 She shall give to thine head an ornament
4.0rnament, desirable thing, nj; adi.
Exod33. 4 and no man did put on him hisornaments
33. 5 now put off thy ornaments from thee, that
33. 6 stripped themselves of their ornaments by
2 Sa. i. 24 who put on ornaments of gold upon youi
Isa. 49. 18 clothe thee with them all, as with an or.
Jer. 2. 32 Can a maid forget her ornaments . . a bridt
4. 30 though thou deckest thee with ornaments
Eze. 7. 20 As for the beauty of his ornament, he set
16. 7 and thou art come to excellent ornaments
16. ii I decked thee also with ornaments and I
23. 40 for whom thou . . deckedst thyself with o
5.A moon shaped ornament, vi~\>$y saharonim.
Judg. 8. 21 and took away the ornaments that (were
8. 26 besides ornaments, and collars, and pur
6. Beautyi ornament, headdress, 1x3 peer.
Isa. 61. 10 as a bridegroom decketh (himself) with o.
ORNAMENT of the legs
Bracelet for arm or ankle, nij;s tseadah.
Isa. 3. 20 The bonnets, and the ornaments of the 1.
ORNAMENTS, tinkling
A tinkling clasp, Dpy ekes.
Isa. 3. 1 8 take away the bravery of .. tinkling orna.
OR -NAN, JJ-IN strong.
A Jebusite prince whose thrashing-floor was purchased
by David for an altar, called Araunah in 2 Sa. 24. 16.
B.C. 1017.
1 Ch.2i. 15 LORD stood by the threshing floor of O.
21. 18, 28 in the threshing floor of 0. the Jebus.
21. 20 O. turned back. .Now O. was threshing
21. 21 as David came to O. , O. looked, and saw D.
21. 22 David said to O., Grant me the place of
21. 23 O. said unto David, Take (it) to thee, and
21. 24 David said to O., Nay ; but I will verily
21. 25 So David gave to O. for the place six hu.
2 Ch. 3. i had prepared in the threshing floor of O.
OR -PAH, na-iy youthful freshness.
A daughter in law of Naomi, and wife of Mahlon, who
returned to her own people. B.C. 1312.
Ruth i. 4 thenameof theone(was)O., and the name
i. 14 O. kissed her mother in law ; but Ruth
ORPHAN
Fatherless child, orphan, Din; yathom.
Lam. 5. 3 We are orphans and fatherless, our mo.
O -SEE, n<r7jc=. Greek name of the prophet Hosea.
Rom. 9. 25 As he saith also in O., i will call themmy
O-SHE -A, ye>in God saves.
Same as Joshua son of Nun, servant of Moses.
Numi3. 8 Of the tribe of Ephraim, O. the son of Nun
13. 16 Moses called O. the son of Nun, Jehoshua
OSPRAY
Ospray, njjjy ozniyyah.
Lev. n. 13 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr
Deuti4. 12 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr.
OSSTFRAGE
Ossifrage, bone breaker, D~\ peres.
Lev. ii. 13 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr.
Deuti4. 12 the eagle, and the ossifrage, and the ospr.
OSTRICH
I. Ostriches, screamers, DUj;; yeenim.
Lam. 4. 3 cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness
2.Stork, nrpq chasidah.
Job 39. 13 or wings and feathers unto the ostrich?
OTHER (things, matters, of), OTHERS
1.A brother, nx ach.
Gen. 13. n separated themselves the one from theo.
2. One, in$ echad.
Exodi7. 12 the one on the one side, and the otheron
18. 4 And the name of the other (was) Eliezer
25. 19 And make., the other cherub on the other
25. 33 three bowls made like almonds in the ot.
Lev. 5. 7 one for a sin offering, and the other for
12. 8 the one for the burnt offering, and the o.
14. 22 one shall be a sin offering, and the other
14. 31 the one (for) a sin offering, and the other
1 5- 15. 30 the one (for)asin offering, and the other
16. 8 one lot for the LORD, and the other lot for
Num. 6. ii the one for a sin offering, and the other
8. 12 the one (for) a sin offering, and the other
Judg2o. 31 and the other toGibeah in the field, about
1 Sa. 14. 4 Bozez, and the name of the other Seneh
14. 5 the other southward over against Gibeah
14. 40 Jonathan myson will be on theotherside
2 Sa. 12. i two men. .the one rich, and the other po.
14. 6 but the one smote the other, and slew him
i Ki. 3. 25 give half to the one, and half to the other
12. 29 he set the one in Beth-el, and the other
*8. 23 I will dress the other bullock, and lay (it)
2 Ch. 3 . 12 (one) wing of the other cherub (was) five
3. 17 one on the right hand, and the other on
Neh. 4. 17 and with the other (hand) held a weapon
Jer. 24. 2 the other basket (had) very naughty flgs
Eze. 40. 6 and the other threshold..one reed broad
pan. 12. 5 the other on that side of the bank of the
Zeuh. 4. 3 the other upon the left (side) thereof
n. 7 the one I called Beauty, and the other I
3.A sister, ninx aclwth.
Eze. i. 23 wings straight, the one toward the other
4. Other, another, next, inx ach&r.
Gen. 8. 10 he stayed yet other seven days ; and again
8. 12 he stayed yet other seven days ; and sent
29. 27 shalt serve with me yet seven other years
29. 30 and served with him yet seven other ye.
41. 3> iQ seven other kine came up after them
43- M that he may send away your other broth.
, 43-22 other money have we brought down in our
Exod2o. 3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me
23. 13 make no mention of the name of otherg.
34. 14 For thou shalt worship no other god : for
Lev. 6. ii put on other garments, and carry forth
14. 42 And they shall take other stones, and put
14. 42 he shall take other mortar, and shall pL
Deut. 5. 7 Thou shalt have none other gods before
6. 14 Ye shall not go after other gods, of the g.
7. 4 turn away . . that they may serve other g.
8. 19 walk after other gods, and serve them, and
ii. 16 and serve other gods, and worship them
ii. 28 to go after other gods, which ye have not
13. 2 Let us go after other gods, which thou h.
13. 6, 13 Let us go and serve other gods, which
17. 3 hath gone and served other gods, and w.
18. 20 that shall speak in thenameof othergods
28. 14 not go aside, .to go after other gods to s.
28. 36 there shalt thou serve other gods, wood
28. 64 and there thou shalt serve other gods, w.
29. 26 they went and served other gods, and w.
30. 17 and worship other gode, and serve them
31. 18 in that they are turned unto other gods
31. 20 then will they turn unto other gods, and
Josh 23. 16 have gone and served other gods, and bo.
24. 2 Yourfathers dwelt..they served othergods
24. 16 should forsake the LORD, to serve otherg.
Judg. 2. 12 followed other gods, of the gods of the p.
2. 17 but they went a whoring after othergods
2. 19 in following other gods to serve them, and
10. 13 ye have forsaken me, and served other g. Ruth 2. 22 that they meet thee not in any other field
1 Sa. 8. 8 have forsaken me, and served other gods
19. 21 sent other messengers, and they prophesi.
21. 9 take (it) ; for (there is) no other save that
26. 19 driven me out. .saying, Go, serve other g.
28. 8 disguised himself, and put on other raim.
2 Sa. 13. 16 greater than the other that thou didst unto
1 Ki. 3. 22 the other woman said, Nay; but the living
9. 6 go and serve other gods, and worship them
9. 9 have taken hold upon other gods, and h.
11. 4 wives turned away his heart after otherg.
ii. 10 that he should not go after other gods
14. 9 for thou hast gone and made thee other
2 Ki. 5. 17 offer neither, .sacrifice unto other gods
17. 7 children of Israel . . had feared other gods
17. 35 Ye shall not fear other gods, nor bowyo.
17. 37 observe, .and ye shall not fear other gods
17. 38 not forget; neither shall ye fear other gods
22. 17 burnt incense unto other gods, that they
1 Ch.23. 17 Eliezer had none other sons; but the sons
2 Ch. 3. ii and the other wing (was likewise) five cu.
3. ii reaching to the wing of the other cherub
3. 12 wing of the other cherub (was) five cubits
3. 12 other wing (was) five cubits (also) joining
7. 19 shall go and serve other gods, and worsh.
7. 22 laid hold on other gods, and worshipped
28. 25 burn incense unto other gods, and provo.
30. 23 assembly took counsel to keep other seven
34. 25 burned incense unto othergods, that they
Ezra i. 10 Thirty basins of gold . .(and) other vessels
2. 31 children of the other Elam, a thousand tw
Neh. 5. 5 for other men have our lauds and vineya.
7. 33 The men of the other Nebo, fifty and two
7. 34 children of the other Elam, a thousand two
Job 8.19 Behold . . out of the earth shall others grow
31. 10 let my wifegrind. .and let others bow do.
34. 24 break in pieces, .and set others in thek
Psa. 49. 10 men die. .and leave their wealth to others
Prov. 5. 9 Lest thou give thine honour unto others
Eccl. 7. 22 thou thyself likewise hast cursed others
Jer. i. 16 have burnt incense unto other gods, and
6. 12 their houses shall be turned unto others
7. 6 neither walk after other gods to your hurt
7. 9 walk after other gods whom ye know not
7. 18 pour out drink offerings unto other gods
8. 10 Therefore will I give their wives unto ot.
ii. 10 they went after other gods to serve them
13. 10 walk after other gods, to serve them, and
16. ii walked after other gods, and have served
16. 13 there shall ye serve other gods day and ni.
19. 4 have burnt incense in it unto other gods
19. 13 poured out drink offerings unto othergo.
22. 9 and worshipped other gods, and served
25. 6 go not after other gods to serve them, and
32. 29 poured out drink offerings unto other gods
35. 15 and go not after other gods to serve them
44. 3 to serve other gods,whom they knew not
44. 5 to burn no incense unto other gods
44. 8 burning incense unto other gods in the I.
44. 15 wives had burnt incense unto other gods
Eze. 40. 40 on the other side, which (was) at the po.
41. 24 one door, and two leaves for the other (d.)
42. 14 put on other garments, and shall approach
OTHER
Eze.44. 19 theyshallputonothergarments; and they
Dan. ii. 4 plucked up, even for others besides those
12. 5 there stood othertwo, the one on this side
Hos. 3. i look to other gods, and love flagons of w.
5. Other, another, }]$ ochori.
Dan. 7. 20 and (of) the other which came up, and b.
Q.Other, another, jTn$ ochoran.
Dan. 2. ii there is none other that can show it be.
2. 44 kingdom shall not be left to other people
3. 29 no othergod that can deliver after this so.
T.Rt st, remnant, i^ shear.
Esth. 9. 16 But the other Jews that (were) in the ki.
8. Second, other, utr, n w shenith, sheni.
Gen. 4. 19 Adah, and the name of the other Zillah
Exod i. 15 Shiphrah.andthe name of the other Puah
25. 12 one side of it, and two rings in the other
25. 32 and three branches . . out of the other side
26. 27 five bars for the boards of the other side
27. 15 ontheotherside(shallbe)haugingsflfteeu
28. 10 six names of the rest on the other stone
29. 19 thou shalt take the other ram ; and Aaron
29. 39,41 the other lamb thou shaltorter at even
36. 25, 32 the other side of the tabernacle
37. 3 and two rings upon the other side of it
37. 18 three branches, .out of the other side th.
38. 15 for the other side of the court gate, on this
Lev. 8. 22 brought the other ram, the ram of conse.
Nuni ii. 26 name of the other ledr.d : and the spirit
28. 4, 8 the other lam -* shalt thou offer at even
Ruth i. 4 name of the other Ruth : and they dwelt
1 Sa. i. 2 name of the other Peninnah: and Penin.
2 Ha. 4. 2 name of the other Rechab, the sons of R.
i Ki. 6. 24 and five cubits the other wing of the oh.
6. 25 the other cherub (was) ten cubits : both
6. 26 ten cubits, and so (was it) of the other c.
6. 27 wing of the other cherub touched the ot.
6. 34 twoleavesof theotherdoor (were) folding
7. 16 height of the other chapiter (was) five c.
7. 17 one chapiter, and seven for the other ch.
7. 18 pomegranates : and so did he for the oth.
7. 20 in rows round about upon the other cha.
Neh. 3. 1 1 repaired the other piece, and the tower
3. 20 earnestly repaired the other piece, from
12. 38 other (company of them that gave) thanks
Dan. 8. 3 but one (was) higher than the other, and
Zech.n. 14 Then I cut asunder mine other staff, (even)
9. Wing, p
j}|i kanaph.
i Ki. 6. 24 unto the uttermost part of the other (were)
10.A friend, companion, jp. rff>-
Exod i S. 7 they asked each other of (their) welfare
Jer. 36. 16 they were affaid, both oue and other, and
II. Other, another, &\\os allos.
Matt. 4. 21 he saw othertwo brethren, James (the son)
5. 39 thy right cheek, turn to him the other alsi
12. 13 and it was restored whole, like as the other
13. 8 other fell into good ground, and brought
20. 3 saw others standing idle in the market p
20. 6 found others standing idle, and saith unto
21. 8 others cut down branches from the trees
21. 36 he sent other servants more than the first
21.41 let out (his) vineyard unto other husband.
22. 4 sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them
25. 16 traded with the same, and made (them) o
25. 17 And likewise, .he also gained other two
25. 20 came and brought other five talents, say
25. 22 have gained two other talents besides them
27. 42 He saved others ; himself he cannot save
27. 61 other Mary, sitting over against the sep
28. i Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to
Mark 3. 5 his hand was restored [whole as the other;
4. 8 other fell on good ground, and did yield
4. 36 there were also with him other little ships
6. 15 Others said, That it is Elias. And others
7. 4 many other things there be which they h
7 . 8 [and many other such like things ye do]
8. 28 some (say), Elias; and others, One of the
11. 8 otherscutdownbranchesoff the trees, and
12. 5 him they killed, and many others; beating
12. 9 and will give the vineyard unto others
12. 31 There is none other commandment greater
12. 32 is one God; and there is none other bat
jr. 31 He saved others; himself he cannot savt
15. 41 many other women whioh came up with
Lake 5. 29 and of others that sat down with them
6. 10 [his hand was restored whole as the other
6. 29 offer also the other ; and him that taketh
9. 8 of others, that one of the old prophets was
9. 19 others (say), that one of the old prophets
20. 16 shall give the vineyard to others. And
23. 35 He saved others ; let him save himself i
4ohn 4 . 38 other men laboured, and ye are entered
6. 22 saw that there was none other boat then
6. 23 Howbeit there came other boats from Ti
7 . 12 others said, N ay ; but he deceiveth the p
7. 41 Others said. This is the Christ. But som
9. 9 others (said), He is like him : (but) he sail
o. 16 Others said, How can a man that is a sin
10. 16 other sheep I have, which are not of this
10. 21 Others said, These are not the words of him
12. 29 said that it thundered : others said, An a.
15. 24 the works which none other man did, they
18. 16 Then went out that other disciple, which
18. 34 Sayest thou. .or did others tell it thee of
19. il crucified him, and two other with him
19. 32 brake the legs . . of the other which was c.
20. 2 to the other disciple whom Jesus loved
ao. 3 went forth, and that other disciple, and
ao. 4 other disciple did outruu Peter, and came
724
John2o. 8 Then went in also that other disciple wh.
20. 25 Theotherdisciples therefore said unto him
20. 30 many other signs truly did Jesus in the p.
21. -2 of Zebedee, and two other of his disciples
21. 8 other disciples came in a little ship ; for
21. 25 there are also many other things which J.
Acts 4. 12 [Neither is there salvation in any other]
15. 2 certain other of them, should go up to J.
i Co. i. 16 I know not whether I baptized any other
3. ii For other foundation can no man lay than
9. 2 If I be not an apostle unto others, yet d.
9. 12 If others be partakers of (this) power over
9. 27 when I have preached to others, I myself
14. 19 that (by my voice)! might teach others also
14. 29 speak two or three, and let the other judge
a Co. i. 13 For we write none other things unto you
8. 13 For (I mean) not that other men be eased
ii. 81 robbed other churches, taking wages (of
Phil. 3. 4 If any other man thinketh that he hath
i Th. 2. 6 nor (yet) of others, when we might have
Heb.n. 35 others were tortured, not accepting deli.
Jas. 5. 12 neither by any other oath : butletyouryea
Rev. 2. 24 I will pin upon you none other burden
1 7. 10 and one is, (and) the other is not yet come
l2.Belonging to another, a\\6rpios allotrios.
Heb. 9 25 holy place every year with blood of others
13. He, aitr6s autos.
Luke 1 4. 32 while the other is yet a great way off, he
14. One, efs heis.
Mattzo. 21 one on thy right hand, and the other on
24. 40 the one shall be taken, and the other left
Markio. 37 one on thy right hand, and the other on
15. 27 one on his right hand, and the other on
Johii2o. 12 one at the head, and the other at the feet
Gal. 4.22 one by a bond maid, the other by a free w.
15. That, that one, e/celVos ekeinos.
LukeiS. 14 justified (rather) than the other : for every
IQ.Even that, KaKelvos kai ekeinos.
Matt 23. 23 done, and not to leave the other undone
Luken. 42 done, and not to leave the other undone
17. Other, different, erepos heteros.
Matt. 6. 24 he will hate the one, and love the other
6. 24 will hold to the one, and despise the other
12. 45 taketh with himself seven other spirits
15. 30 blind, dumb, maimed, and many others
16. 14 some, Elias; and others, Jeremias, orone
Luke 3. 18 many other things iu his exhortation pre.
4. 43 must preach the kingdom of God toother
5. 7 partners,which were in the other ship, that
7. 41 owed five hundred pence, and the other
8. 3 many others, which ministered
8. 8 other fell on good ground, and sprangup
10. i Lord appointed other seventy also, and
1 1. 16 others, tempting (him), sought of him a s.
1 1. 26 taketh (to him) seven other spirits more
16. 13 he will hate the one, and love the other
16. 13 will hold to the one, and despise the other
17. 34 one shall be taken, and the other shall be
1 7 . 35, 36 [one shall be taken, and the other left]
18. 10 the one a Pharisee, and the other a publ.
22. 65 many other things blasphemously spake
23.32 there were also two others,malefactors,led
23. /o But the other answering rebuked him, say.
Acts 2/4 began to speak with other tongues, as the
2. 13 others mocking said, These men are full
2 . 40 with many other words did he testify and
4. 12 forthereisnoueothernameunderheaveu
8. 34 this? of himself, or of some other man?
15. 35 teaching and preaching, .with many oth.
17. 34 woman named Damaris, and others with
19. 39 if ye enquire any thing [concerning other]
23. 6 one part were Sadducees, and the other
27. i delivered Paul and certain other prison.
Rom. S. 39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other ere.
13. 9 if (there be) any other commandment, it
1 Co. 8. 4 and that (there is) none [other] God but
10. 29 not thine own, but of the other : for why
14. 17 givest thanks well, but the other is not
14. 21 With (men of), .other lips will I speak u.
2 Co. 8. 8 by occasion of the frowardness of others
Gal 1. 19 other of the apostles saw I none, save Ja.
Eph. 3. 5 Which in other ages was not made known
Phil 2. 4 but every man also on the things of others
1 Ti i. 10 if there be any other thing that is contr.
2 Ti. 2 2 men, who shall be able to teach others also
Heb ii. 36 others had trial of (cruel) mockings and
1 8 Rest, remaining, \otir6s loipos.
Matt 25. 11 Afterward came also the other vircins
Mark 4. 19 lusts of other things entering in, choke
Luke 8. 10 to others in parables ; that seeing they m.
18. 9 that they were righteous, and despised o.
1 8. ii I thank thee, that I am not as other men
24. 10 other (women that were) with them, wh.
Acts 17. 9 taken security of Jason, and of the other
28. 9 others also, which had diseases in the is.
Rom. 1. 13 among you also, even as among other Ge.
1 Co. 9. 5 as well as other apostles, and (as) the br.
15. 37 it may chance of wheat, or of some other
2 Co.i2. 13 wherein ye were inferior to other churches
13. 2 heretofore have sinned, and to all other
Gal. 2. 13 other Jews dissembled likewise with him
Eph. 2. 3 were . .the children of wrath, even as oth.
4. 17 henceforth walk not as [other] Gentiles w.
Phil. i. 13 manifest in all the palace, and mall other
4. 3 other my fellow labourers, whose names
i Th. 4. 13 sorrow not, even as others which have no
5. 6 Therefore let us not sleep, as (do) others
i Ti. 5. 20 rebuke before all, that others alao may f.
OUCHES
2 Pe. 3. 16 as (they do) also the other scriptures, unto
Rev. 8. 13 by reason of the other voices of the trum.
19. One, (fern.) fj.ia mia.
Ma24- 41 the one shall be taken, and the other left
OTHER side, on, to or unto the
\.Thus, so, here, there, ns koh.
Jfumn. 31 as it were a day s journey on the other s.
I.Beyond, over, other side, irtpav peran.
Matt. 8. 1 8 command, to depart unto the other side
8. 28 when he was come to the other side, into-
14. 22 to go before him unto the other side, w.
16. 5 his disciples were come to the other side
Mark 4. 35 saith. . Let us pass over unto the other s.
5. i they came over unto the other side of the
5. 21 passed over, .unto the other side, much
6. 45 to go to the other side before unto Beth.
8. 13 left them, and. .departed to the other s.
Luke 8. 22 Let us go over unto the other side of the
John 6. 22 people which stood on the other side of
6. 25 when they had found him on the other s
OTHER, the
l.These, nVx eleh.
i Ki.2o. 29 pitched one over against the other seven
Eze. 9. 5 to the others he said in mine hearing
Z.This, (Jem.) rmi zoth.
1 Ki. 3. 23 the other saith, Nay; but thy son (is) the
3. This, (mas.) nj zeh.
Exodi4. 20 so that the one came not near the other
OTHER, each
Each other, a.X\ri\<av allelon.
Phil. 2. 3 let each esteem other better than thems
2 Th. i. 3 charity of every one. .toward each other
OTHER man
Other, a\\os allos.
John 4. 38 other men laboured, and ye are entered
15. 24 done, .the works which none other man
2 Co. 8. 13 not that other men be eased, and ye bu.
Phil. 3. 4 If any other man thinketh that he hath
OTHER men s
Belonging to another, dAAdVpios atlotrios.
2 Co.io. 15 without(our)measure,(thatis),ofotherm
1 Ti. 5. 22 neither be partaker of other men s sins: k
OTHER than
Outside, tKTOS ektos.
Acts 26. 22 none other things than those which the
OTHER way, some
From some other place, a.\Xa\o9ff allachothen.
Johnio. i climbeth up some other way, the same is
OTHERWISE, (if)
I. Or, otherwise, ix o.
2 Sa. 18. 13 Otherwise I should have wrought falseh.
2. Without, Khz belo.
2 Ch.3o. 18 yet did they eat the passover otherwise
3. And, i
ve.
i Ki. i. 21 Otherwise itshall come to pass, whenmy
^.Another, other, &\\os allos.
Gal. 5. 10 that ye will be none otherwise minded
^.Otherwise, &\\as allos.
1 Ti. 5. 25 and they that are otherwise cannot be hid
6. But if not, fl 8e fjii\ye ei de mege.
Matt. 6. i otherwise ye have no reward of your Fat.
Luke 5. 36 if otherwise, then both the new maketh
2 Co. ii. 16 if otherwise, yet as a fool receive me, that
7.For then, othenvise, iird epei.
Rom ii. 6 otherwise grace is no more grace. But if
ii. 6 [grace; otherwise work is no more work]
n. 22 but. .otherwise thou also shalt be cut off
Heb. 9. 17 otherwise it is of no strength at all while
8. Otherwise, differently, erfpus heteros.
Phil. 3. 15 if in any thing ye be otherwise minded, God
OTH -NI, *W% Jah is force.
A son of Shemaiah, gatekeeper of the tabernacle in the
days of David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.26. 7 The sons of Shemaiah ; O., and Rephael
OTH-KI -EL, Sx jrij; God is force.
1 A Son of Kenaz, younger brother of Caleb, who, after
death of Joshua, became judge for forty years, from
I394~ I 354 B-c-
Josh 15 17 O the son of Kenez, the brother of Caleb
Judg i 130 the son of Kenaz, Caleb s younger bro.
3 . 9 who delivered them, (even) O. the son of
T ii land had rest forty years. And O. the son
i Ch. 4! 13 AndthesonsofKenaz;O.,andSeraiah:and
4. 13 and the sons of O.; Hathah
2. Perhaps the same as the preceding.
i Ch.27- 15 (was)Heldai the Netophathite, of O.: and
OTTCHES
Settings, textures, brocades, nissc*? mi-shbetsoth.
Exod28. ii shalt make them to be set iu ouches ofg.
28. 13 And thou shalt make ouches (of) gold
28. 14 fasten the wreathen chains to the ouches
28. 15 thou shalt fasten in the two ouches, and
39. 6 onyx stones inclosed in ouches of gold
39. 13 inclosed in ouches of gold in their inclos.
39. 16 they made two ouches (of) gold, and two
39. 1 8 they fastened in the two ouches, and put
OUGHT 725 OUT
OUGHT, AUGHT
I.A thing, matter, tyi dabar.
Exod. 5. n not ought of your work shall be diniinis.
Josh.zi. 45 There failed not ought of auy good thing
2.Any thing, nJjiRp *?3 kol meumah.
Gen. 39. 6 he "knew not ought he had, save the bread
1 Sa.ia. 4 hast thou taken ought of any man s hand
12. 5 that ye have not found ought in my hand
25. 7 neither was tnere ought missing unto
2 Sa. 3. 35 if I taste bread, or ought else, till the
3. Thing sold, ware, i?P9 mimkar.
Lev. 25. 14 if fhou sell ought uuto thy neighbour, or
4. Not one thing, o jSfv ouden.
Mark 7. 12 suffer him no more to do ought for his
5.Any thing, ris Us.
Matt. 5. 23 that thy brother hath oughtagainst thee
21. 3 if any (man) say ought unto you, ye shall
Marku. 25 forgive, if ye have ought against any; that
Acts 4. 32 neither said any (of them) that ought of
28. 19 that I had ought to accuse my nation of
Phm. 18 oweth (thee) ought, put that 011 mine ace.
6. It behoveth, Sftdei.
Matt 23. 23 these ought ye to have done, and not to
25. 27 Thou oughtest therefore to have put my
Marki3- 14 standing where it ought not, let him that
Luke i i. 42 these ought ye to have done, and not to
12. 12 in the same hour what ye ought to say
13. 14 are six days in which men ought to work
13. 16 ought not this woman, being a daughter
1 8. i men ought always to pray, and not to f.
24. 26 Ought not Christ to have suffered these
John 4. 20 is the place where men ought to worship
Acts 5. 29 said, We ought to obey God rather than m.
10. 6 [shall tell thee what thou oughtest to do]
19. 36 ye ought to be quiet, and to do nothing r.
20. 35 how. .ye ought to support the weak, and
24. 19 Who ought to have been here before thee
25. 10 judgment seat, where I ought to be judg.
25. 24 crying that he ought not to live any long.
26. 9 I ought to do many things contrary to the
Horn. 8. 26 know not what we should pray, .as we o.
12. 3 not to think, .more highly than he ought
i Co. 8. 2 knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know
Co. 2. 3 sorrow from them of whom I ought to re.
Eph. 6. 20 I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak
Col. 4. 4 may make it manifest, as I ought to speak
4. 6 may know how ye ought to answer every
1 Th. 4. i ye ought to walk and to please God, (so)
2 Tli. 3. 7 yourselves know how ye ought to follow
1 Ti. 3. 15 thou oughtest to behave thyself in the h.
5. 13 speaking things which they ought not
Titus i. ii teaching things which they ought not, for
Heb. 2. i we ought to give the more earnest heed
2 Pe. 3. ii what manner (of persons) ought ye to be
7. To owe, be obliged, indebted, o(J>iAw opheil~>.
Johni3 14 ye also ought to wash one another s feet
19. 7 he ought to die, because he made himself
Acts 17. 29 we ought not to think that the Godhead
Horn 15. i ought to bear the infirmities of the weak
j Co. ii. 7 a man indeed ought not to cover (his) he.
11. 10 ought the woman to have power on (her)
2 Co. 12. ill ought to have been commended of you
72. 14 the children ought not to lay up for the
Eph. 5. 28 So ought men to love their wives as their
Heb. 5. 3 he ought, as for the people, so also for him.
5. 12 when for the time ye ought to be teachers
i Jo. 2. 6 ought himself also so to walk, even as he
3. 1 6 we ought to lay down (our) lives for the
4. ii Beloved, .we ought also to love one anot.
3 John 8 We therefore ought to receive such, that
8. It needs, it is necessary, xp~n chre.
Jas. 3. 10 brethren, these things ought not so to be
OUR, OURS
1. Our, 13 (suff. of various forms), Gen. 37.26, etc., <tc.
la.To us, wS la-nu, Gen. 26.20, 31.16, <&c.
2. For our sake, 81 riuas di hemas.
1 Co. 9. 10 altogether for our sakes? For our sakes
S.Ourown, TjjueVepos hemeteros.
Acts 2. ii wedohear them speak in our tongues the
24. 6 would have judged according to our law
26. 5 the most straitest sect of our religion
Rom 15. 4 aforetime were written for our learning
2 Ti. 4. 15 for he hath greatly withstood our words
Titus 3. 14 letours also learn tomaintain good words
i Jo. i. 3 our fellowship (is) with the Father, and w.
2. 2 not for ours only, but also for (the sins of)
4. To us, ^ju?/ hemin.
Luke 1 7. 5 said unto the Lord, Increase o. Ac. 19. 27.
5. Of us, our, 1J/J.WV hemon.
Matt. 6. 9 Our Father which art in heaven, Hallow.
6. ii Give us this day our daily bread
6. 12 forgive us our debts, as we forgive our d.
8. 17 Himself took our infirmities, and bare
20. 33 They say. .Lord, that our eyes may be o.
21. 42 Lord s doing, and it is marvellous in our
23. 30 we had been in the days of our fathers
25. 8 Give us of your oil; for our lamps are gone
27. 25 His blood (be) on us, and on our children
Mark 9. [40]; n. 10; 12. 7, n, 29; Luke i. 55, 71, 72,
73. [?4l. 75. 78, 79; 7- 5; ii- W. 3. 4; 13- 26; 20. 14; 24.
o, 32 ; John 3. ii ; 4. 12, 20 ; 6. 31 ; 7. 51; 8. 39,- 53; 9. 20;
ii. ii, 48; 12. 38; [19. 7]. Acts 2. 8, 39; 3. 13, 25; 5. 30;
7. 2, ii, 12, 15, 19, [19], 38, 39, 44, 45, 45; 13. 17; 14. [17];
75. to, 26, 26, [36]; 16. 20; 17. 20; 19. [25]; 20. 21 ; 22. 14;
24- [?]; 26. 7; 27. 10; 28. [25]; Rom. i. 3, 7; 3. 5; 4. i,
12, 24, 25, 25; 5. i, 5, ii, 21; 6. 6, [11], 23; 7. 5,25; 8. 16,
23. 26, 39; 9. 10; 10. 16; 13. ii ; 15. 6; 16. [i], 9, 18, 20, 24;
i Co. i. 2, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10; 2. 7 ; 5. [4, 4], 7 ; 6. n ; 9. i ;
10. i, 6, ii ; 12. 23, 24; 15. 3, 14, 31, 57 ; 2 Co. i. 2, 3, 4,
5. 7, > I".), 12, 12, 14, 18, 22; 3. 2, 5:4. 3, 6, 10, ii, 16,
17; 5- ii 2 . [i2j; 6. ii, ii ; 7. 4, 5, [12, 14]; 8. 9,22, 23, 24;
9. 3; 10. 4, 8, 15; ii. [ 3 iJ; Ual. i. 3, 4, 4 ; 2. 4; 3. 24; 6.
14, 18; Eph. i. 2, 3, 14, 17; 2 . 3, 14; 3. n, [14]; 5. 20; 6.
22,
24^;
llul. i. 2; 3. 20, 21 ; 4. 20, [23]; Col. i. 2, 3, 7 ; 3.
UJ! i Th. i. [i], 2, 3, 3, 5; 2. i, 2, 3, 4, 9, 19, 19, 20; 3. 2, Mi 5, 7, 9, ii. ii. ii, 13, 13; 5- 9, 23, 28; 2 Th. i. i, [ 2J, 8,
ID, ii, 12, 12; 2. i, i, 14, 14, 15, 16, 16; 3. [6, 12], 14, 18;
i il. i. i, i, [2], 12, 14; 2. 3; 6. 3, 14; 2 Ti. i. 2, 8, 9, 10 ;
litus i. 3, 4; 2. [10], 13; 3. 4, 6; Phm. i, 2, 3, 25; Heb.
i- L3Ji 3- i; 4- I
5> 7- 14; 12. 9, 29; 13. 20; Jas. 2. i, 21 ;
3. 6; i Pe. i. 3 ; 2. 24; 2 Pe. i. [ij, 2, 8, n, 14, 16:3. 15,
15, 18; i Jo. ii, i, 9; 2 . 2; 3. [5J, 19, 20, [21]; 4. 10; 5.
4 ; 2 Jo. [i2j; 3 Jo. 12 ; Jude 4, 4, 17, 21, 25 ; Kev. 1.5;
5. [10]; 6. 10; 7. 3, [10], 12 ; 1 1.[8], 15 ; 12. 10, 10, 10 ; 19. i,
5; 22. [21].
6. With us, yuefl T/^ojj/ mcth hemon.
i Jo. 4. 17 Herein is our love made perfect, that we
OUR company
Of us, our, rifniav hemOn.
Luke24. 22 certain women also of our company made
OUR own
I. Of selves, tavrtav heavton.
i Th. 2. 8 our own souls, because ye were dear unto
I.One s own, proper, fSiosidios.
Acts 3. 12 by our own powerorholiness we had made
i Co. 4. 12 labour, working with our own hands : be.
OURSELVES (we)
1. We, we ourselves, w?)x anachnu.
Num32. 17 we ourselves will go ready armed before
2. Of selves, tavriov heauton.
Acts 23. 14 have bound ourselves under a great curse
Rom. 8. 23 even we ourselves groan within ourselves
1 Co. ii. 31 if we would judge ourselves, we should not
2 Co. i. 9 had the sentence of death in ourselves
i. 9 we should not trust in ourselves, but in
3. i Do we begin again to commend ourselves
3. 5 sufficient of ourselves to think, .[ourselv.]
4. 2 commendingourselvestoevery..conscien.
4. 5 we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus
4. 5 and ourselves your servants for Jesus sa.
5. 12 we commend not ourselves again unto you
6. 4 approving ourselves as the ministers of G.
7. i let us cleanse ourselves from, .fllthiness
10. 12 compare ourselves with some that comm.
10. 14 For we stretch not ourselves beyond (our
2 Th. 3. 9 to make ourselves an ensample unto you
Heb 10. 25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves
Horn.15. i ought to bear, .and not to please ourselv.
1 Jo. i. 8 we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not
OUT, (from)
\.0utside, without, fin chuts.
Gen. 24. 29 Laban ran out unto the man, unto the w.
39. T2, 15 left his garment, .fled, andgothimout
39. 18 he left his garment with me, and fled out
Xum 12. 14 be shut out from the camp seven days
12. 15 was shut out from the camp seven days
2 Sa. 13. 17 Put now this (woman) out from me, andb.
13. 1 8 his servant brought her out, and bolted
[See also Bear, beat, beaten, belch, blot.]
2. Without, outside, eo> exo.
Matt. 5. 13 to be cast out, and to be trodden under
26. 75 And Peter, .went out, and wept bitterly
Marki4. 68 went out into the porch ; and the cock c
Lukei3. 28 in the kingdom of God, and you. .th. 8. 54.
14. 35 nor. .forthe dunghill; (but)mencastitout
22. 62 And Peter went out, and wept bitterly
24. 50 he led them [out] as far as to Bethany; and
John 6. 37 cometh to me I will in no wise cast out
9. 34 dost thou teach us? And they cast him out
9. 35 Jesusheard that they had casthimout; and
12.31 shall the prince of this world be cast out
Acts 16. 30 brought them out, and said, Sirs, what m.
i Jo. 4. 18 perfect love casteth out fear: because fear
Rev 3. 12 he shall go no more out : and I will write
it. 2 court which is without, .temple leave [out]
OUT of. that goeth
With, 3 be.
Psa. 17. i prayer (that goeth) not out of feigned lips
OUT of
I. As to, nx eth.
Gen. 37. 23 they stripped Joseph out of his coat, (his)
2. From within, ) 33 mib-ben.
Numi6. 37 take up the censers out of the burning
3. In not, otherwise than in, N^? be-lo.
Lev. 15. 25 out of the time of her separation
4. Outside, without, fin chuts.
Lev. 10. 4 from before the sanctuary out of the camp
10. 5 carried them in their coats out of the ca.
14. 3 the priest shall go forth out of the camp
14. 45 he shall carry (them) forth outof the city
14. 53 he shall let go the living bird out of the
17. 3 What man . .that killeth (it) out of the c.
24. 23 bring forth him that had cursed outof the
1 Ki. 21. 13 they carried himforthout ofthecity, and
2 Ch.33. 15 And he took, .and cast (them) out of the
Neh. 13. 8 cast. . household stuff, .outof the chamber
5.From, out of, |D min.
Gen. 2. 9 out of the ground made the LORD God to
Ezra 5. 14 out of the temple that (was) in Jerusalem
5. 14 king take out of the temple of Babylon
6. 4 expences be given out of the king s house
6. 5 out of the temple which (is) at Jerusalem
Dan. 3. 15 that shall deliver you out of my hands
3. 17 will deliver (us) outof thine hand, (iking
5. 2 out of the temple which (was) in Jerusa.
5. 3 vessels that were taken outof the temple
5. 13 whom the king my father brought out of
6. 23 they should take Daniel up out of the den
6. 23 Daniel was taken up out of the den, and
7. 17 kings, (which) shall arise outof the earth
6.From mi, Syp me-al,
Exod23- 13 neither let it be heard out of thy mouth
Deut. 9. 17 cast them outof my two hands, and brake
2 Ch.33. 8 out of the land which I have appointed
7. Heart, midst, centre, a-jg qereb. Numi4. 44 and Moses, departed not out of the camp
Psa. 74. ii thy right hand? pluck (it) out of thy bos.
S.Out of the midst of, Trnp mit-tok.
Exod33. ii Joshua, .departed not out of the tabern.
Prov. 5 . 15 and running waters out of thineown well
Jer. 44. 7 child and suckling out of Judah, to leave
9.From, away from, into apo.
Matt. 3. 1 6 went up straightway out of the water: and
7. 4 Let me pull out the mote [out of] thine eye
8. 34 that he would depart out of their coasts
12. 43 the unclean spirit is gone out of a man
13. i The same day went Jesus [out of] the ho.
14. 13 they followed him on foot out of the cities
14. 29 when Peter was come down out of the ship
15. 22 a woman of Canaan came outof the same
17. 18 he departed out of him: and the child was
24. 27 the lightning cometh out of the east, and
Mark i. 10 coming up [out of] the water, he saw the
5. 17 to pray him to depart out of their coasts
6. 33 ran a foot thither outof all cities, and out
7. 15 the things which come [outof] him, those
10. 46 he went [out of] Jericho with his disciples
15. 21 who passed by, coming out of the country
16. 9 [out of whom he had cast seven devils]
Luke 4. 35 he came out of him, and hurt him not
4. 41 And devils also came out of many, crying
5. 2 the fishermen were gone out of them, and
5. 36 the piece that was (taken) out of the new
6. 17 of people out of all Judea and Jerusalem
8. 2 Magdalene, out of whom went seven dev.
8. 12 taketh away the word out of their hearts
8. 29 the unclean spirit to come out of the man
6. 33 Then went the devils out of the man, and
8. 35, 38 out of whom the devils were departed
8. 46 for I perceive that virtue is gone out of me
9. 5 when ye go out of that city, shake off the
11. 24 When the unclean spirit is gone out of a
12. 54 When ye see a cloud rise out of the west
17. 29 the same day that Lot went out of Sodom
23.26 a Cyreniau, coming out of the country, and
John 7. 42 out of the town of Bethlehem, where Da.
Acts i. 9 a cloud received him put of their sight
2.. 5 men, out of every nation under heaven
13. 50 and expelled them out of their coasts
16. 18 and said.. I command thee. .to come out of
17. 2 reasoned with them out of the Scriptures
19. 12 So that, .the evil spirits went [out of] them
28. 21 letters out of Judea concerning thee
28. 23 outofthe law of Moses, and. .the prophets
2 Co. i. 16 to come again out of Macedonia unto you
Heb. 1 1. 34 out of weakness were made strong, waxed
Kev. 16. 17 a great voice [out of] the temple of, 22. 19
IQ.Thmuf/h, 8id (gen.) dia, Matt. 4. 4.
ll.0wt of, tK ek, O, ex.
Matt. 2. 6 out of thee shall come a Governor, that
2. 15 saying, Out of Egypt have I called my son
7. 5 first cast out the beam out of thine own
7. 5 cast out the mote out of thy brother s eye
8. 28 coming out of the tombs, exceeding fierce
12. 34 outof the abundance of the heart the m.
12. 35 out of the good treasure, .out of the evil
13. 41 they shall gather out of his kingdom all
13. 52 bringeth forth outof his treasure (things)
15. ii that which cometh out of the mouth, this
15. 18 those things which proceed out of the m.
15. 19 For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts
17. 5 a voice out of the cloud, which said, This
21. 16 Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings
24. 17 come, .to take any thing out of his house
27. 53 And came out of the graves after his
Mark i. 25, [26], 29; 5. 2, 2, [8], 30; 6. 54; 7. 20, 21,
[26], 29; 9. 7, [25]; 13. i, 15; 15- 46; Luke i. 74; 2.4; 4.
22, [35], [38]; 5- 3, 17: 6. 42, 45, 45; 8. 27; 9.35; ii. 54;
17. 24; 19. 22; John i. 46; 2. 15; 4. 30, 47,54; 7. 38,41,
52; 8. 59; 10. 28,29, 39; ii. 55: 12. 17, 34: 13- i; 15- 19:
17. 6, 15 ; 20. 2; Acts 7. 3, 4, 10, 40 ; 8. 39; 12. ii, 17 ;
13. 17, [42]; 15. 14; 16. 40; 19. 16, 33; 22. 18; 24. [7];
27 29, 30, 30; 28. [3]; Rom. 2. 18 ; n. 24, 26; 13. n;
1 Co. 5. 10 ; 2 Co. 2. 4; 4. 6; 8. n; Eph. 4. 29; Col. 2.
14; 3. 8; 2 Th. 2. 7; i Ti. i. 5; 2 Ti. 2. 22, 26; 3. n ; 4.
17; Heb. 3. 16; 7. 5, 14; 8. 9; Jas. 3. 10, 13 ; i Pe. 2. 9;
2 Pe. 2. 9; 3. 5 ; 3 Jo. 10 ; Jude 5, 23 ; Rev. i. 16; 2. 5 ;
3. 5, 12, 16; 4. 5 ; 5. 7, 9; 6. 14; 7. [14]; 8. 4; 9. 2, 3, 17,
18; 10. 10; ii. 5, 7; 12. 15, 16; 13. i, ii ; 14. [15], 17, 20;
15. [6] ; 16. [i], [7] ; 3. 13, 13, 21 ; 17. 8 ; 18. 4 ; 19. [5], 15,
21 ; 20. 7, 9, 12; 21. 2, 3, 10 ; 22. i, [19].
12. Outside, without, (KTOS ektos.
2 Co. 12. 2, 3 [outof] the body, I cannot tell, God k.
13. Without, outside, eo> exit.
Matt 21. 17 wentout of the city into Bethany ; and he
OUT 726 OVERCOME
Matt 21. 39 cast (him) out of the vineyard, and slew
Mark 5 10 that he would not send them away out of
8. 23 led him out of the town ; and when he had
11. 19 when even was come, he went out of the
12. 8 killed, .and cast (him)out of the vineyard
Luke 4. 29 thrust him out of the city, and led him
13 33 it cannot be that a prophet perish out of
20! 15 they cast him out of the vineyard, and k.
Acts 4. 15 commanded them to go aside out of the
7 58 And cast (him) outof the city, and(toned
14 19 drew (him) out of the city, supposing he
16. 13 we went out of the city by a river side
21. 5 till (we were) out of the city : and we kn.
21. 30 drew him out of the temple : and forew.
14. From tlie side of, from, irapd (gen.) para.
Luke 6. 19 for there went virtue out of him, and he.
fSee also Come, course, hand, joint, measure, not, season,
sleep, synagogue, uttered, way.]
OUT, to seek
To search, investigate, ipn chaqar, 3.
Eccl. 12. 9 sought out, (and) set in order many pro.
OUTCAST
I. To be driven away or down, nrn dachah, 2.
Psa.i 47 . 2 he gathereth together the outcasts of Is.
Isa. 1 1. 12 shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and
56. 8 GoiMvhichgathereththeoutcastsof Israel
2. To be driven or forced away, rn} nadach, 2.
Isa. 16. 3 hide the outcasts ; bewray not him that
16. 4 Let mine outcasts dwell with thee, Moab
27. 13 and the outcasts in the land of Egypt, and
Jer. 30. 17 they called thee an outcast, (saying.)This
49. 36 whither the outcasts of Elam shall not
OUTER or UTTER
l.Outward, without, outer, px n chitson.
Eze. 10. 5 sound. . washeard(even)totheoutercourt
40. 31 arches thereof (were) toward the outer c.
40. 37 posts thereof(were)toward the outer court
42. i he brought me forth into the outer court
42. 3 the pavement which (was) for the outer c.
42. 7 the outer court on the fore part of the
42. 8 the chambers that (were) in the outer c.
42. 9 one goeth into them from the outer court
42. 14 shall theynotgo. .into theoutercourt, but
44. 19 the outer court, (even) into the outer cou.
46. 20 bear (them) not out into the outer court
46. 21 he brought me forth into the outer court
Z.Outer, exterior, f^iartpos exoteros.
Matt. 8. 12 But.. shall be cast out into outer darkness
22. 13 cast (him) into outer darkness; there shall
25. 30 cast ye the. .servant into outer darkness
OUTGO, to
To come or go before, irpotpxa^ai proerchomai.
Mark 6. 33 [outwent them, and came together unto]
OUTGOING
1. Outgoing, place of outgoing, xyia motsa.
Psa. 65. 8 thou makest the outgoings of the morn.
Z.0utgoings, rm^in totsaoth.
Josh 1 7. o and the outgoings of it were at the sea
17. 18 the outgoings of it shall be thine: forthou
18. 19 the outgoings of the border were at the
19. 14 the outgoings thereof are in the valley of
19. 22 outgoings of their border were at Jordan
19. 29 outuoings thereof are at the sea from the
19. 33 and the outgoings thereof were at Jordan
OUTLANDISH
Strange, unknown person, ~p} nokri.
Neil. 13. 26 nevertheless even him did outlandish w.
OUTLIVE, OVERLIVE, to
Toprolongdaysafler,-\c"V
--i.xri [arak, 5].
Josh 24. 31 that overlived Joshua, and which had
Judg. 2. 7 all the days of the elders that outlived J.
OUTMOST (coast)
l.Outward, jis p qitson.
Exod26. 10 edge of the one curtain (that is) outmost
Z.End, extremity, nsjj qatseh.
Nuni34. 3 border shall be the outmost coast of the
OUTRAGEOUS
An overflowing, flood, r\o& sheteph.
Prov 27. 4 Wrath (is) cruel, and anger (is) outrageo.
OUTRUN, to
To run before quickly, irporpex^ rdx ov protrecho.
Johii2o. 4 other disciple did outrun Peter, and came
OUTSIDE
1. Outside, without, pn chuts.
i Ki. 7. 9 (so) on the outside toward the great court
Eze. 40. 5 behold a wall on the outside of the house
2. End, extremity, n^ft qatseh.
Judg. 7. ii unto the outside of the armed men that
7. 17 when I come to the outside of the camp
7. 19 came unto the outside of the camp in the
3. Outside, without, ^crds ektos.
Matt 23. 26 that the outsideof them may be clean also
4. From without, externally, ffaOfv cxothen.
Matta3 25 for ye make clean the outside of the cup
Luken. 39 make clean the outside of the cup and the
OUTSTRETCHED
To stretch out, .19} natah.
Duut 26. 8 a mighty hand, and with an outstretched
Jer. 21. 5 tight against you with an outstretched h.
27. 5 have made the earth . .by my outstretched
OUTWARD
I. Outside, without, fin chuts.
Ninths. 4 and outward a thousand cubits round ab.
I.Oulward, without, jix n chitson.
1 Ch 26. 29 for the outward business over Israel, for
Neh. ii. 16 oversight of the outward business of the
Ksth. 6. 4 Now Hitman was come into the outward
Eze. 40. 17 Then brought he me into the outward co.
40. 20 gate of the outward court that looked to.
44. i way of the gate of the outward sanctuary
, >. Outside, without, fo> exo.
2 Co. 4. 16 but though our outward man perish, yet
4. From without, exterior, tfaBtv exdthen.
Matt23. 27 which indeed appear beautiful outward
1 Pe. 3. 3 Whose adorning let it not be that outward
;>. Manifestly, tv -rt tyavepf en to phanero.
Rom. 2. 28 circumcision which is outward in the fle.
OUTWARD appearance [See Appearance].
OUTWARDLY
1 . Manifestly, tv T$ tyavtotf en to phanero.
Rom. 2. 28 For he is not a Jew which is one outwardly
1.From without, fo>6ev exothen.
Matt 23. 28 Even so ye also outwardly appear right.
OVEN
I. Furnace, oven, inn tannur.
Exod. 8. 3 into thine ovens, and into thy kneading
Lev. 2. 4 bring an oblation, .baken in the oven, (it
7. 9 meat offering that is baken in the oven
ii. 35 oven, or ranges for pots, they shall be b.
26. 26 women shall bake your bread in one oven
Psa. 21. 9 Thou shall make them as a fiery oven in
Lam. 5. 10 Our skin was black like an oven because
Hos. 7. 4 adulterers, as an oven heated by the baker
7. 6 have made ready their heart like an oven
7. 7 They are all hot as an oven, and have de.
Mai. 4. i daycomeththatshallburnasanoven;and
2.0ven, furnace, K\i&avos klibanos.
Matt. 6. 30 and to morrow is cast into the oven, (shall
Lukei2. 28 and tomorrow is cast into the oven ; how
OVER
I. In, 3 be.
2 Sa^ 3. 21 that thou mayest reign over all that thine
2. Through, over, behind, 1J23 bead.
2 Sa. 20. 21 head shall be thrown to thee over the w.
3. More, farther, inr yother.
Eccl. 7. 16 neither make thyself over wise : why sh.
4.From, than, above, JO min.
i Sa. 17. 50 So David prevailed over the Philistine
5. Above, over, rhy^o, rrVyp^, Jyn maal, le-m,alah.
Num. 4. 6 shall spread over (it) a cloth wholly of
i Ch.29. 3 over and above all that I have prepared
Ezra. 9. 6 our iniquities are increased over (our) h.
6. At the front, before, iib le-neged.
Neh.n. 22 singers (were) orer the business of the h.
7. Over, beyond, ~qy. eber.
Deut3o. 13 Who shall go over the sea for us, and b.
8. On, upon, over, above, /y al.
Gen. 8. i God made a wind to pass over the earth
Ezra 4. 20 There have been mighty kings also over
Dan. 2. 48 rulerover. . and chief ofthegoveruorsover
2. 49 over the affairs of the province of Babylon
3. 12 Jews whom thou hast set over the affairs
4. 16 changed, .and let seven times pass over
4. 17 and setteth up over it the basest of men
4. 23 let it be wet. .till seven times pass over
4. 25, 32 and seven times shall pass over thee
5. 21 he appointeth over it whomsoever he will
6. i It pleased Darius to set over the kingdom
6. 3 thought to set him over the whole realm
9. Over above, |P N^y ela min.
Dan. 6. 2 over these three presidents, of whom D.
10. Out of, tuck.
Rev. 15. 2 victory over the beast, and over his image
15. 2 [over his mark, (and) over the number of]
11. In, among, lv en.
Acts 20. 28 to all the flock over the which the HolyG.
12. Above, upon, over, tirdvw epano.
Matt. 2. 9 till it came and stood over where the yo.
27. 37 set up over his head his accusation writ.
Luke 4. 39 stoodoverher.andrebuked thefever; and
ii. 44 the men that walk over (them) are not a.
19. 17 said unto him. .have thou authority over
19. 19 said likewise tohim, Bethoualso overlive
13.0n, upon, over, tiri (gen.) epi.
Matt 24. 45 whom his lord hath made ruler over his
25. 21, 23 I will make thee ruler over many thi.
Lukei2. 42 whom (his) lord shall make rulerover his
Acts 6. 3 whom we may appoint over this business
Rom. 9. 5 Christ (came), who is over all, God blessed
Rev. 2. 26 to him will I give power over the nations
9. ii had a king over them, (which is) the angul
ii. 6 have power over waters to turn them to
14. 1 8 angel . . which had power over fire ; and c.
17. 18 which reigneth over the kings of the earth
14. On, upon, over, itrl (dat.) epi.
Matt 24. 47 he shall make him ruler over all his goods
Lukei2. 44 will make him rulerover all that he hath
15. 7 over one sinner, .more than over ninety
15. 10 There is joy. .over one sinner thatrepen.
19. 41 near, he beheld the city, and wept over it
23. 38 was written over him in letters of Greek
Acts 8. 2 and made great lamentation over him
1 Th. 3. 7 we were comforted over you in all our a.
Rev. ii. 10 shall rejoice over them, and make merry
18. ii merchants, .shall weep and mourn over
15. On, upon, over, about, fri (aoc.) epi.
Matt 25. 21, 23 thou hast been faithfulover a few th.
27. 45 darkness over all the land unto the ninth
Markis. 33 darkness over the whole land until tin- n
Luke i. 33 shall reign over the house of Jacob for e.
2. 8 keeping watch over their Hock by night
9. i gave them power and authority over all
10. 19 over all the power of the enemy : and no,
12. 14 who made me a judge or a divider over
19. 14 We will not have this (man) to reign over
19. 27 would not that I should reign over them
23. 44 darkness over all the earth until the ninth
Acts 7. 10 make him governor over Egypt and all his
7. ii Now there came a dearth over all the land
7* 27 Who made thee a ruler and a judge over
19. 13 took upon them to call over them which
Rom. 5. 14 even over them that had not sinned after
2 Co. 3. 13 not as Moses, (which) put a veil over his
Heb. 2. 7 [didst set him over the works of thy hands]
3. 6 But Christ as a Son over his own house
10. 21 (having) an high priest over the house of G.
Jas. 5. 14 let them pray over him, anointing him w
i Pet. 3. 12 For the eyes of the Lord (are) over the ri.
Rev. 6. 8 power was given unto them over the fourth
13. 7 power, .given him over all kindreds, and.
16. 9 which hath power overthese plagues : and
1 8. 20 Rejoice over her, (thou) heaven, and (ye)
16. Beyond, over, on the other side, irtpav peran.
John 6. i Jesus went over the sea of Galilee, which
6. 17 and went over the sea toward Capernaum
1 8. i went forth with his disciples over the br.
17. Concerning, irtpi (gen.) peri.
Luke 4. 10 He shall give his angels charge over thee
i Co. 7. 37 but hath power over his own will, and h.
18. Above, beyond, inrep (ace.) huper.
Eph. i. 22 gave him (to be) the head over all (things)
19. To be far above, virfpdvw huperand.
Heb. 9. 5 over it the cherubim of glory shadowing
[See also Against, boughs, bring, carry, come, conduct,
convey, covered, dominion, get, give, go, going, grown,
have, be lord, laid, pass, passed, passing, rule, run, runing,
sail, send, set, spread, stand, triumph, write.]
OVER, to be
1. To change, pass on, away, through, j jij chalaph.
Song 2. ii the winter is past, the rain is over (and)
2. To stand over, Sy icy amad al.
Num.|7- 2 and were over them that were numbered
3. To set before, irpoiffrrip.i proistemi.
i Th. 5. 12 are over you in the Lord, and admonish
OVER (and above), to have or be
\.To be over and above, superfluous, liy adaph.
Num. 3. 49 them that were over and above them that
2. To have superfluity,
r
fiy adaph, 5, Exotl. 16. 18.
Z.Ilave more than enough, ir\tovd.fa, 2 Cor. 8. 15.
OVER against
1. In front of, SID 7N el mul. Josh. 8. 33.
la. Straight opposite, nra nekach. Eze. 46. 9.
2. On the face of, Jf VlZ al pene.
Num. 8. 2 seven lamps shall give light over against
8. 3 he lighted the lamps thereof over against
Deut32. 49 land of Moab, that (is) over against, 34. i.
i Sa. 15. 7 comest to Shur, that (is) over against \ .:\
Eze. 48. 15, 48. 21 over agaiust the five and twenty
Z.Over against, before, Sap, Sap,, qobel, qebel.
Dan. 5. 5 wrote over against the candlestick upon
4. Over against, opposite to, avriKpv antikru.
Acts 20. 15 and came the next (day) over against Ch.
5. Over against, on the opposite side, Arrnrlpoy.
Luke 8. 26 Gadarenes, which is over against Galilee
6. Orer against, in opposition to,a.iriva.vTi. apenanti.
Matt.2i. 2 Gointo the village [over against] you, and
27. 61 other Mary, sitting over against the sep.
7. Of the opposite side, (vavrlas ex enantias.
Markis. 39 centurion, which stood over against him
S.Dmvn to, over against, icard (ace. ) kata.
Acts 27. 7 scarce were come over against Cnidus, the
27. 7 we sailed under Crete, over agaiust Salm.
9. Over against, Kartvavn katenanti.
Marki i. 260 your way into the village over against
12. 41 Jesus sat [over against] the treasury, and
13. 3 the mount of Olives, over against the te.
Lukeic). 30 Go ye into the village over against (you)
OVERCHARGE, be overcharged, to
1.7*0 be loaded, burdened, fkudvofuu barunomai.
Luke 21. 34 at any time your hearts be overcharged
2.7*0 overload, over burden, i-rrtftaptin epibareo.
i Co. 2. 5 in part ; that I may not overcharge you
OVERCOME, to
1.7*0 assault, n gud.
Gen. 49. 19 overcome him : but he shall overcome at
OVERCOME 727 OVERTHROW
2. To be able., prevail, VD; yakol.
Nura 13. 30 possess it; for we are well able to overco.
3. To consume, or6 lacham, 2.
.Nuni22. ii peraiiventure I shall be able to overcome
2 Ki. 16. 5 besieged Ahaz, but could not overcome
4. To pass over, ijy (ibar.
Jer. 23. 9 like a man whom wine hath overcome, be.
5. To enlarge, puff up, 3T; rahab, 5.
Song 6. 5 for they have overcome me : thy hair (is)
6. To be or become inferior, ->jrrdo/j.ai hettaomai.
2 Pe. 2. 19 for of whom a man is overcome, of the sa.
2. 20 For if. .they are again, .overcome, the
7.7*0 domineer, have full power, KaraKvotevta, kat.
Acts 19. 16 overcame them, and prevailed against th.
8. To gain the victory, I/IKOW nikao.
Luke ii. 22 when a stronger than he shall . .overcome
Johm6. 33 be of good cheer; I have overcome the w.
Rom. 3. 4 mightest overcome when thou art judged
12. 21 of evil, but overcome evil with good
i Jo. 2. 13, 14 ye have overcome the wicked one
4. 4 have overcome them ; because greater is
5. 4 whatsoever is born of God overcometh the
5. 4 the victory that overcometh the worl d ,(e v. )
5. 5 Who is he that overcometh the world, but
Rev. 2. 7, 17 To him that overcometh will I give to
2. ii He that overcometh shall not be hurt of
2. 26 he that overcometh, and keepeth my works
3. 5 He that overcometh, the same shall be cl.
3. 12 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar
3. 21 To him that overcometh. .as I also overc.
11. 7 and shall overcome them, and kill them
12. ii overcame him bythe blood of the Lamb,and
13. 7 [itwasgivenuntohiin..toovercomethem]
17. 14 Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord
21. 7 He that overcometh shall inherit all things
OVERCOME (with), to be
1. Weakness, -"V^n chaliishah.
Exod32. 18 voicebf(themthat)cryforbeingovercome
2. To beat, beat down, D^n halam.
Isa. 28. i valleys of them that are overcome with w.
3. To gain victory, VIKO.IJO nikao.
Rom. i?. 21 Be not overcome of evil, but. .evil with
OVERDRIVE, to
To beat, knock, py* daphaq.
Gen. 33. 13 if men should overdrive them one day, all
OVERFLOW, to
1.7*0 run over, pw shuq, 5.
Joel 2. 24 the fats shall overflow with wine and oil
3. 13 fats overflow: for their wickedness (is)
2. To overflow, r$s$ shataph.
Psa. 69. 2 deep waters, wherethefloodsoverflowme
6q. 15 Let not the water flood overflow me, nei.
78. 20 streams overflowed ; can he give bread
Isa. 8. 8 he shall overflow and go over ; he shall
10. 22 the consumption decreed shall overflow
.28. 17 the waters shall overflow the hiding place
43. 2 they shall not overflow thee : when thou
Jer. 47. 2 waters rise up. .and shall overflow the la.
Dau. ii. 10 shall certainly come, and overflow, and
n. 26 his army shall overflow; and many shall
11. 40 countries, and shall overflow and pass
3. To be full over, ^y. NSp male al.
Josh. 3. 15 for Jordan overfloweth all his banks all
4. To fill over, *?y xSp male (3) al.
1 Ch.i2. 15 when it had overflown all his banks ; and
OVERFLOW, to make to -
To cause to flow, rpx tsuph, 5.
Deut 1 1. 4 made the water . . to overflow them, as they
OVERFLOWED or OVERFLOWN, to be
1.7*0 be poured out, pY, yatsaq, 6.
Job 22 16 whose foundation was overflown with a
2. 7*0 be overflown, fjC^> shataph, 1.
Dan. ii. 22 shall they be overflown from before him
3. 7*0 be overflowed, thoroughly washed, Ka.Ta.K\vfa.
2 Pe. 3. *6 world that then was, being overflowed
OVERFLOWING
1. Weeping, 23 beki.
Job 28. ii He bindeth the fioods from overflowing
2. Inundation, D^t zcrem.
Hab. 3. 10 the overflowing of the water passed by
3. To overflow, r
$sy shataph.
Isa. 28. 2 as a flood of mighty waters overflowing
28. 15, 18 when the overflowing scourge shallp.
30. 28 his breath, asanoverflowingstream, shall
Jer. 47. 2 shall be an overflowing flood, and shall
Eze. 13. ii, 13 there shall be an overflowing shower
38. 22 an overflowing rain, and great hailstones
i. Overflowing, *\toy, ]Be> sheteph.
Job 38. 25 divided a watercourse for the overflowing
OVERLAID, to be
1.7*0 be covered, wrapped up, rfoy alaph, 4.
Song 5. 14 belly (is as) bright ivory overlaid (with)
2. 7*o be overlaid,covej-ed,spread out, r^y tsaphah,t.
Exod26. 32 pillars of shittim (wood) overlaid withg.
3.7*0 cover round about, irepiKa\virTta perikalupto.
Heb. 9. 4 ark of the covenant overlaidround about
OVERLAY, to
1. To cover, ceil, n$rt chaphah, 3.
2 Ch. 3. 5 which he overlaid with fine gold, and set
3. 7 He overlaid also the house, the beams, the
3. 8 overlaid it with fine gold, (amounting) to
3. 9 he overlaid the upper chambers with gold
2.7*0 plaister, daub, overlay, mo tuach.
i Ch.2g. 4 to overlay the walls of the houses (with.)
3.7*0 cover, overlay, n?y tsaphah, 3.
Exod25- ii And thou shall overlay it with pure gold
25. ii within and without shalt thou overlay it
25. 13 make staves, .and overlay them with gold
25. 24 thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, aud
25. 28 overlay them with gold, that the table may
26. 29, 29 And thou shalt overlay, .with gold
26. 37 overlay them with gold, (and) their hooks
27. 2 and thou shalt overlay it with brass
27. 6 shalt make staves, .and overlay them with
30. 3 thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, the
30. 5 shalt make the staves, and overlay them
36. 34 overlaid the boards, .and overlaid the bars
36. 36 overlaid them with gold : their hooks (we.
36. 38 he overlaid their chapiters and their fillets
37. 2, ii, 26 And he overlaid it with pure gold
37. 4, 15, 28 and overlaid them with gold
38. 2 made the horns, .and he overlaid it with
38. 6 made the staves, .and overlaid them with
38. 28 overlaid their chapiters, and filleted them
1 Ki. 6. 20 overlaid it with pure gold ; and (so) cove.
6. 21 overlaid the house, .and he overlaid it w.
6. 22 the whole house he overlaid with gold
6. 22 that (was) by the oracle he overlaid with
6. 28 And he overlaid the cherubim with gold
6. 30 floor of the house he overlaid with gold
6. 32 overlaid (them) with gold, and spread gold
10. 18 made a greatthroneof ivory, and overlaid
2 Ki.iS. 16 which Hezekiah king of Judah hadoverl.
2 Ch. 3. 4 And he overlaid it within with pure gold
3. 10 made two cherubim, .and overlaid them
4. 9 and overlaid the doors of them with brass
9. 17 made a great throne of ivory, and overlaid
4. To lie upon, Vy 330 shakab al.
1 Ki. 3. 19 died in the night ; because she overlaid it
OVERLAYING
Overlaying, covering, IB* tsippui.
Exod38. 17 the overlaying of their chapiters (of) silver
38. 19 overlaying of their chapiters and their fl.
OVER MUCH, (to be)
1. 7*0 cause to multiply,make abundant, rt3"i rabah,5.
Eccl. 7. 16 Be not righteous over much
7. 17 Be not over much wicked, neither be thou
2. Over abundantly, Trepttfo-oVtpoj perissoteros.
2 Co. 2. 7 be swallowed up with over much sorrow
OVERPASS, be overpast, to
7*o go or pass over, ijj; abar.
Psa. 57. i refuge, until (these) calamities be overp.
Isa. 26. 20 hide, .until the indignation be overpast
J er. 5.28 yea, they overpass the deeds of the wicked
OVERPLUS
7*o be over and above, superfluous, *]"<]! adaph.
Lev. 25. 27 restore the overplus unto the man to wh.
OVERRUN, to
7*o go or pass over, "135; abar.
2 Sa.iS. 23 ran by the way of the plain, and overran
Nah. i. 8 But with an overrunning flood he will m.
OVERSEE, to
7*0 overlook, be pre-eminent, nyj natsach, 3.
2 Ch. 2. 2 three thousand and six hundred to overs.
OVERSEER, (to make)
1.2b overlook, be pre-eminent, nyj natsach, 3.
2 Ch. 2. 18 three thousand and six hundred overseers
34. 13 overseers of all that wrought the work in
2.7*0 be overlooked, inspected, tpp pagad, 6.
2 Ch.34. 12 overseers of them (were) Jahath and Ob.
34. 17 delivered it into the hand of the overse.
3. 7*o make inspector, tps paqad, 5.
Gen. 39. 4 made him overseer over his house, and
39. 5 from the time (that) he had made him o.
4. Inspector, TP? paqid.
2 Ch. 31. ij overseers under the hand ofCononiahand
Neh. ii. 9 Joel the son of Zichri (was) their overseer
11. 14 their overseer (was) Zabdiel, the son of
n. 22 The overseer also of the Levites at Jerus.
12. 42 singers sang loud, with Jezrahiah(their)o.
5.7*0 administrate, -vsy shatar.
Prov. 6. 7 Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler
6. Overseer, inspector, tiriffitoiros episkopos.
Acts 20. 28 the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers
OVERSHADOW, to
7*o overshadow, tirtffKiafa episkiazo.
Matti7. 5 bright cloud overshadowed them : and b.
Mark 9. 7 there was a cloud that overshadowed them
Luke i. 35 power of the Highest shall overshadow t.
9. 34 there came a cloud and overshadowed t.
Acts 5.15 passing by might overshadow some ofthem
OVERSIGHT
1. Oversight, error, napD mishgeh.
Gen. 43. 12 hand ; peradventure it (was) an oversight
^.Oversight, charge, inspection, .Tj;j9 pequddah.
Num. 3. 32 oversight.of them that keep the charge of
4. 16 oversight of all the tabernacle, aud of all
OVERSIGHT, to have or take the [paqad, 1].
1. llr. put in charge, "\^ paqad, 6[2Ki. 12. 1 1, V.L. p.p.
2 Ki. 12. 1 1 that had the oversight of the house of the
22. 5, 9 that have the oversight of ; 2 Ch. 34.10.
2. Entrusted with, 3 pnj [nathan]. Neh. 13. 4.
3. 7*o look over, inspect, ^iriffKowfta episkopeo.
1 Pe. 5. 2 taking the oversight (thereof), not by con.
OVERSPREAD, oveiapreading, to be
\.A wing, ]}! kanaph.
Dan. 9. 27 for the overspreading of abominations he
2. 7 o spread out, fsj naphats.
Gen. 9. 19 of them was the whole earth overspread
OVERTAKE, be overtaken, to
1.7*0 cleave or adhere to, py\ dabeq, 5.
Gen. 31. 23 andtheyovertookhiminthemountGilead
Judg 18. 22 gathered together, and overtook the chil.
20. 42 hut the battle overtook them ; and them
2.7*0 come or draw nigh, B*:j nagash, 2.
Amos 9. 13 the plowman shall overtake the reaper
3. To cause to come nigh, approach, B*JJ nagash, 5.
Amos 9. 10 The evil shall not overtake norprevent us
4.7*0 cause to reach, attain, overtake, 1&) nasag, 5.
Gen. 31. 25 Then Laban overtook Jacob. Now Jacob
44. 4 when thou dost overtake them, say unto
44. 6 overtook them, and he spake unto them
Exodi4- 9 overtook them encamping bythe sea, be.
15. 9 enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake
Deut 19. 6 overtake him, because the way is long, and
28. 2 overtake thee, if thou shalt hearken unto
28. 15 curses shall come upon thee, and overtake
28. 45 and overtake thee, till thou be destroyed
Josh. 2. 5 pursue after them, .for ye shall overtake
t Sa. 30. 8 shall I overtake, .thou shalt surely overt.
2 Sa. 15. 14 depart, lest he overtake us suddenly, and
2 Ki. 25. 5 overtook him in the plains of Jericho : and
i Ch.2i. 12 that the sword of thine enemies overtak.
Psa. 18. 37 pursued mine enemies, .overtaken them
Isa. 59. 9 neither doth justice overtake us: we wait
Jer. 39. 5 overtook Zedekiah in the plains of J ericho
42. 16 which ye feared, shall overtake you there
52. 8 overtook Zedekiah in the plains of J ericho
Lam. i. 3 persecutors overtook her between the st.
Hos. 2. 7 shall not overtake them; and she shall seek
10. 9 children of iniquity did not overtake them
5. 7*o take thoroughly, Kara\a.fj.^o.via katalambano.
1 Th. 5. 4 that that day should overtake you as a t.
6. To take publicly, irpo\afj.^dvu prolambano.
Gal. 6. i if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which
OVERTHROW
I. Overthrow, njBfj haphekah.
Gen. 19. 29 sent Lot out of the midst of the overthrow
^.Overthrow, nasni? mahpekah.
Deut2g. 23 like the overthrow of Sodom, and Gomo.
Jer. 49. 18 As in the overthrow of Sodom and Com.
3. Catastrophe, overthroiv, KaraffTpo^ri katastrophe.
2 Pe. 2. 6 condemned (them) with an overthrow, m.
OVERTHROW, to
1. 7"o thrust away or down, nrn dachah.
Psa. 140. 4 who have purposed to overthrow my go.
2. 7*o turn, overturn, TISH haphak.
Gen. 19. 21 not overthrow this city, for the which t.
19. 25 overthrew those cities, and all the plain
19. 29 overthrew the cities in the which Lot d.
Deut 29. 23 Zeboim, which the LORD overthrew in h.
2 Sa. 10. 3 and to spy it out, and to overthrow (it)?
1 Ch.ig. 3 for to search, and to overthrow, and tos.
Jer. 20. 16 be as the cities which the LORD overthrew
Lam. 4. 6 overthrown as in a moment, and no hands
Amos 4. ii I have overthrown (some) of you, as God
Hag. 2. 22 overthrow the throne, .and I willoverth
3. 7*o break, throio down, Din haras.
Exodis. 7 thou hast overthrown them that rose up
2 Sa. ii. 25 make thy battle more strong, .and overt.
Prov 29. 4 but he that receiveth gifts overthroweth
4.7*0 break, throio down, cnri haras, 3.
Exod23. 24 thou shalt utterly overthrow them, and
5. Pressings, overthrowings, nsrno madchephoth.
Psa. 140. ii evil shall hunt the violent man to overt.
Q.Overthrou-i, overturn, nj9n;? mahpekah.
Isa. 13. 19 shall be as when God overthrew Sodom
Jer. 50. 40 As God overthrew Sodom and Gomorrah
Amos 4. ii as God overthrew Sodom and Gomorrah
7.7*o stretch out, incline, rtD} natah, 5.
Prov 18. 5 to overthrow the righteous in judgment
8. To shake off, iy} naar, 3.
Exodi4. 27 overthrew the Egyptians in the midst of
Psa.i36. 15 overthrew Pharaoh and his host in the Red
9.7*0 cause to fall, Vj} naphal^ 5.
Psa.io6. 26 lifted up his hand .to overthrow them in
106. 27 To overthrow their seed also among the
10.7*0 break down, fty nathats, 3.
Deut 12. 3 ye shall overthrow their altars, and break
11. To overthrow, pervert, rjSiy salaph, 3.
Job 12. 19 leadeth princes away spoiled, audoverth.
OVERTHROWN
Prov n 6 but wickedness overthroweth the sinner
2i 12 overthroweth the wicked for (their) wic.
22! 12 overthroweth the words of the transgres.
12 To turn upside down, mj? arath, 3.
Job 19. 6 Know now that God hath overthrown me
13. To turn up or over, avaaTpftoia anastrephO.
John 2. 15 drove them all out. .and overthrew the t.
1 4 To turn up or over, avarptirta analrepO.
2 Ti. 2. i8haveerred..andoverthrowthefaithofsome
15 To loose doion, dissolve, Kara\vu kalaluS.
Acts 5. 39 But if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow
16.70 turn down, Karaffrp^u katastrepho.
Matt2i 12 overthrew the tables of the money chan.
Markn. 15 overthrew the tables of the money chan.
OVERTHROWN, to be
I. To turn, overturn, T^rr haphak.
Prov 12 7 The wicked are overthrown, and (are) not
Lam. 4. 6 (that was) overthrown as in a moment
2.7*0 be turned, overturned, 715? haphak, 2.
Jon. 3. 4 Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be ov.
3 To break or throw down, cnn haras, 1,
Prov ii. ii is overthrown by the mouth of the wicked
4. To be feeble, stumbled, S?9 kashal, 2.
Dan. 11.41 and many (countries) shall be overthrown
5.7"o be caused to stumble, S?? kashal, 6.
Jer. 1 8. 23 but let them be overthrown before thee
^.Overturn, overthrow, npsro nahpekah.
Isa. i. 7 (it is) desolate, as overthrown by strangers
7. To fall, Vcj naphal.
Judg 9. 40 and many wereoverthrown(and)wounded
2 Sa. 17. 9 when some of them be overthrown at the
8 Tobcdestroyed,cut o/,laid waste, 12? shamad, 2.
Prov 14. ii The house of the wicked shall be overth.
9.To be let go, thrown down, z^V shamat, 2.
Psa.i4i. 6 When their judges are overthrown in st,
10. To strew down, Karaff-rpuvvvfju katastronnumi.
i Co. 10. 5 for they were overthrown in the wildern.
OVERTURN, to
l.T(>m-erturn(upwards}r\-5?apae-maa
Judg 7. 13 and overturned it, that the tent lay along
Job 9. 5 which overturneth them in his anger
12. 15 sendeth them out, and they overturn the
28. 9 overturneth the mountains by the roots
34. 25 heoverturneth(them)inthenight,sothat
2. To make an overturn, rny DVe> sum avvah.
Eze. 21. 27 I will overturn, overturn, overturn it: and
OVERWHELM, to
1. To cover, niyj kasah, 3.
Psa 55 5 come upou me, and horror hath overwhe.
78. 53 but the sea overwhelmed their enemies
2. To cause to fall, Ssj naphal, 5.
Job 6. 27 ye overwhelm the fatherless, and ye dig (a
3. 7"o overflow, IS? shataph.
Psa. 124. 4 Then the waters had overwhelmed us, the
OVERWHELMED, to be
. I. To be feeble, rpj ataph.
Psa 61. 2 when my heart is overwhelmed : lead me
102. title, prayer of the afflicted, when he is over.
2. To show selffeeble, ;ay ataph, 7.
Psa. 77. 3 complained, and my spirit was overwhel.
142. 3 When my spirit was overwhelmed within
143! 4 Therefore is my spirit overwhelmed within
OWE (betide*), to
1.7V) oioe., be obliged, indebted, o<t>ei\(a opheilo.
Mutt 1 8 28 found one. .which owed him an hundred
18. 28 laid hands, .saying, Pay me that thou o.
Luke 7 41 one owed five hundred pence, and the ot.
16. 5 said . . How much o west thou unto my 1. ?
16. 7 said he to another, And how much owest
Rom 13. 8 Owe no man any thing, but to love one a.
Phm. 18 If he hath wronged thee, or oweth (thee)
2. 7V> owe besides, irpoffotyti\u prosopheild.
Phm. 19 I do not say to thee how thou owest.besid.
OWED, which
A iffblor, one who is owing, o0iA.cT7jy ophtiletes.
Matt 18. 24 one was brought unto him, which owed
OWL (great, little, or screech)
1. Night owl, ibis, f\vry. yanshuph.
Lev. ii. 17 and the cormorant, and the great owl
Deut 14. 16 The little, .and the great owl, and the s
Isa. 34. ii the owl also and the raven shall dwell in
2. Pelican, little owl, u>3 kos.
Lev. ii. 17 And the little owl, and the cormorant, and
Deut 14. 16 The little owl, and the great, .and the s.
Psa. 102. 6 wilderness ; I am like an owl of the desert
^.Daughter of howling, ostrich, njj;; n3 bath yaanah.
Lev. ii. 16 the owl, and the night hawk, and the cu.
Deuti4. 15 the owl, and the night hawk, and the cu.
Job 30. 29 brother to dragons, and a companion to o.
Isa. 13. 21 owls stall dwell there, and satyrs shall d.
34. 13 habitation of dragons, .a court for owls
43. 20 shall honour me, the dragons and the owls
Jer. 50. 39 owls shall dwell therein : and it shall be
liic. i. 81 will make a . . mourning as the owls
728
i.Xight owl, n ^-h lilith.
Isa. 34. 14 screech owl also shall rest there, and find
5. Bittern, arrow snake, lisp qippos.
Isa. 34. 1 5 There shall the great owl make her neat
OWN
1. Soul, breath, &$) ncphesh.
Provi4. 10 heart knoweth his own bitterness; and a
Z.Priest, jns kohen.
Lev. 14. 26 pour, .into the palm of his own left hand
3.//<% it, ait-rot autos.
Luke 2. 35 sword shall pierce through thy own soul
Acts 21. ii bound his own hands and feet, and said
4. Genuine, yvncrios gnesios
1 Ti. i. 2 Unto Timothy, (my) own son in the faith
Titus i. 4 To Titus, (mine) own son after the comm.
5. One s own, flJioi idios.
John i. ii Hecameunto. and his own received him n.
10. 12 whoseownthesheeparenot.seeththewolf
19. 27 that disciple took her unto his own (ho.)
Acts 2. 6 every man heard them speak in his own
2. 8 how hear we every man in our own toug.
2 Pe. 3. 3 scoffers, walking after their own lusts
3. 16 wrest, .unto their own destruction
Titus i. 12 One of themselves., a prophet of their own
OWN, to
Whose is, ov ttrnv hou estin.
Acts 21. ii bind the man that owneth this girdle, and
[See also Accord, conceits, country, freewill, hands, her,
his, mine, nation, our, their, thine.]
OWN (voluntary) -will
Cfood pleasure, or will, ps"i ratson.
Lev. i. 3 shall offer it of his own voluntary will at
19. 5 the LORD, ye shall offer it at your own w.
22. 19 (Ye shall offer) at your own will a male
22. 29 will offer a sacrifice, .at your own will
Dan. ii. 16 shall do according to his own will, and
OWN (poets)
Down among, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Acts 17. 28 your own poets have said, For we are also
OWNER
1 . Lord, master, piN adon.
i Ki.i6. 24 after the name of Shemer, owner of the
"2. Otinicr, Sj;3 baal.
Exod2i. 28 but the owner of the ox (shall be) quit
21. 29 testified to his owner, .his owner also shall
21. 34 owner, .shall, .give money unto the owner
21. 36 his owner hath not kept him in ; he shall
22. u owner of it shall accept (thereof), and he
22. 12 shall make restitution unto the owner
22. 14 owner thereof (being) not with it ; he sh.
22. 15 owner thereof (be) with it, he shall not
Job 31. 39 have caused the owners thereof to lose
Prov. i. iq taketh away the life of the owners thereof
Eccl. 5. 1 1 and what good (is there) to the owners
5. 13 riches kept for the owners thereof to their
3. To acquire, purchase, n^p qanah (partic.).
Isa. i. 3 The ox knoweth his owner, and the ass
4. Lord, inaster, sir, icvptos kwrios.
Lukeig. 33 owners thereof said unto them, Why loose
OX, OXEN
l.Ox or cow, fj^N, 1?^ alluph.
Psa.i44. 14 our oxen (may be) strong to labour; (that
Jer. ii. i9But I (was) like a lamb (or) an ox(that)is
1. Oxen, herd, cattle, is? baqar.
Gen. 12. 16 he had sheep, andoxen, and heasses.and
20. 14 Abimelech took sheep, and oxen, and men
21. 27 Abraham took sheep and oxen, and gave
34. 28 They took their sheep, and their oxen, and
Exod. 9. 3 upon the camels, upon the oxen, and upon
20. 24 peace offerings, thy sheep, and thine oxen
22. i he shall restore five oxen . . and four sheep
Num. 7. 3 covered wagons, and twelve oxen
7. 6 Moses took the wagons and the oxen, and
7. 7 Two wagons and four oxen he gave unto
7. 8 four wagons and eight oxen he gave unto
7. 17, 23, 29, 35,41, 47,53- 59.65. 71. 7.7.
87 oxen
7. 87 All the oxen for tne burnt offering (were)
7. 88 all the oxen, for the sacrifice of the peace
22. 40 offered oxen and sheep, and sent to Bal.
Deut 14. 26 for oxen, or for sheep, or for wine, or for
Judg. 3. 31 slew, .six hundred men with an ox goad
1 Sa. ii. 7 took a yoke of oxen, and hewed them in
ii. 7 so shall it be done unto his oxen. And the
14. 32 took sheep, and oxen, and calves, and s.
15. 9, 15 the best of the sheep, and of the oxen
15. 14 and the lowing of the oxen which I hear?
15. 21 people took of the spoil, sheep and oxen
27. 9 took away the sheep, and the oxen, and
2 Sa. 6. 6 and took hold of it ; for the oxen shook
24. 22 oxen for burnt sacrifice, and threshing i.
24. 22 and (other) instruments of the oxen for
24. 24 bought the threshing floor and the oxen
i Ki. i. 9 Adonijah slew sheep and oxen and fat c.
4. 23 Ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen out of the
7. 25 It stood upon twelve oxen, three looking
7. 29 between the ledges (were) lions, oxen, and
7. 29 beneath the lions and oxen (were) certain
7. 44 one sea, and twelve oxen under the sea
8. 5 sacrificing sheep and oxen, that could not
8. 63 two and twenty thousand oxen, and an h.
19. 20 left the oxen, and ran after Elijah, and s.
19. 21 took a yoke of oxen, and slew them, and
OX
1 Ki. 19. 21 boiled, .with the instruments of the oxen
2 Ki. 5. 26 vineyards, and sheep, and oxen, and men
16. 17 took down the sea from off the brasen o.
i Ch.i2. 40 brought bread., on oxen., and oil, and ox.
13. 9 put forth his hand, .for the oxen stumbled
21.23 I B ve (thee) the oxen (also) for burnt off.
a Ch. 4. 3 under it (was) the similitude of oxen, wh.
4. 3 Two rows of oxen (were) cast, when it was
4. 4 It stood upon twelve oxen, three looking
4. 15 One sea, and twelve oxen under it
5. 6 sacrificed sheepand oxen, which could not
7. 5 sacrifice of twenty and two thousand oxen
15. ii seven hundred oxen and seven thousand
1 8. 2 killed sheep and oxen for him in abund.
29. 33 consecrated things (were) six hundred o.
31. 6 also brought in tin- tithe of oxen and sh.
35. 8 gave unto the priests . . three hundred oxen
35. 9 gave unto the Ltvites . . flve hundred oxen
35. 12 theyremoved..andso(didthey)withtheo.
Job i. 3 five hundred yoke of oxen, and five bund,
i. 14 oxen were plowing, and the asses feeding
40. 15 Behold now. .he eateth grass as an ox
42. 12 for he had . .a thousand yoke of oxen, and
Isa. ii. 7 and the lion shall eat straw like the ox
22. 13 slaying oxen and killing sheep, eating fl.
Amos 6. 12 will (one) plow (there) with ox*n ? for ye
3. A bullock, calf, *$ par.
Exod24. 5 sacrificed peace offerings of oxen unto the
Xum23. i prepare me here seven oxen and seven r.
4. Ox, bull, "v shor.
Gen. 32. 5 I have oxen, and asses, flocks, and men s.
Exod2o. 17 shalt not covet, .his ox, nor his ass, nor
21. 28 If an ox gore a man. .then the ox shall be
21. 28 not be eaten ; but the owner of the ox
21. 29 But if the ox were wont to push with hia
21. 29 ox shall be stoned, and his owner also s.
21. 32 If the ox shall push, .the ox shall be sto.
21. 33 not cover it, and an ox or an ass fall the.
21. 35 if one man s ox hurt another s, that hedie
21. 35 shall sell the live ox, and divide the mo.
ai. 36 Or if it be known that the ox hath used
21. 36 he shall surely pay ox for ox ; and the d.
22. i If a man shall steal an ox, or a sheep, and
22. i restore five . . for an ox, and four sheep for
22. 4 whether it be ox, or ass, or sheep, he shall
22. 9 for ox, for ass, for sheep, for raiment, (or)
22. 10 If a man deliver, .an ox, or a sheep, or any
22. 30 Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen
23. 4 If thou meet thine enemy s ox or his ass
23. 12 that thine ox and thine ass may rest, and
34. 19 every firstling, .ox or sheep, (that is male)
Lev. 7. 23 Ye shall eat no manner of fat, of ox, or of
17. 3 What man soever, .killeth an ox, or lamb
27. 26 whether (it be) ox or sheep, it (is) the L.
Num. 7. 3 for each one an ox : and they brought tb_
22. 4 as the ox licketh up the grass of the field
Deut. 5. 14 thou shalt not do anywork. .nor thine or
5. 21 neither shalt thou covet, .his ox, or his
14. 4 beasts which ye shall eat : The ox, the s.
18. 3 whether (it be) ox or sheep ; and they sh.
22. i Thou shalt not see thy brother s ox or his
22. 4 not see thy brother s . . ox fall down by the
22. 10 Thou shalt not plowwithan ox and an ass
25. 4 Thou shalt not muzzle the ox when he tre.
28. 31 Thine ox (shall be) slain before thine eyes
Josh. 6. 21 utterly destroyed .. ox, and sheep, and ass
7. 24 his daughters, and his oxen, and his asses
Judg. 6. 4 left no sustenance, .neither sheep, nor ox
1 Sa. 12. 3 whose ox have I taken or whose ass ha.
14. 34 Bring me hither every man his ox, and e.
14. 34 brought every man his ox with him that
15. 3 slay both, .ox and sheep, camel and ass
22. 19 sucklings, andoxen, and asses, and
sheep
2 Sa. 6. 13 it was (so), that, .he sacrificed oxen and
i Ki. 1. 19 he hath slain oxen and fat cattle and sh.
1. 25 hath slain oxen and fat cattle and sheep
Xeh. 5. 18 one ox, (and) six choice sheep; also fowls
Job 6. 5 Doth the wild ass bray, .or loweth the ox
24. 3 they take the widow s ox for a pledge
Psa. 69. 31 shall please the LORD better than an ox
106. 20 into the similitude of an ox that eateth g.
Prov. 7. 22 as an ox goeth to the slaughter.or as a fool
14. 4 increase (is) by the strength of the ox
15. 17 than a stalled ox and hatred therewith
Isa. i. 3 ox knoweth his owner, and the ass hism.
7. 25 it shall be for the sending forth of oxen
32. 20 send forth (thither) the feet of the ox
66. 3 He that killeth an ox (is as if) he slew a
Eze. i. 10 they four had the face of an ox on the left
5. Ox, bull, tin tor.
Dan. 4. 25, 32 they shall make thee to eat grass as o.
4. 33 did eat grass as oxen, and his body was
5. 21 they fed him with grass like oxen, and
6. A beeve, bull, cow, flovs bous.
Lukei3. 15 doth not each one., loose his oxor(his)ass
14. 5 Which of you shall have an ass or an ox fal.
14. 19 said, I have bought five yoke of oxen, and
John 2. 14 found in the temple those that sold oxen
2. 15 he drove them all out. .and the oxen ; and
i Co. 9. 9 shalt not muzzle the mouth of the ox that
9. 9 it is written. .Doth God take care for oxen?
i Ti. 5. 1 8 Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that tread.
7. A bull, beeve, ravpos tauros.
Matt 22. 4 my oxen and (my) failings (are) killed, aud
Acts 14. 13 brought oxen and garlands unto the gates
8. Ox, cow, ^tfeleph.
Psa. 8. 7 All sheep and oxen, yea, and the beasts
Isa. 30. 24 oxen likewise and the young asses that ear
ox 729 PALM


OX, wild
Antelope, goat, ixi? tea.
Deut 14. 5 pygarg, aud the wild ox, and the chamois

O -ZEM, DVN strength.
1. Sixth son of Jesse the Bethlehemite. B.C. 1090.
i Ch. 2.150. the sixth, David the seventh
2. A son of Jerahmeel, son of Hezron. B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 2. 25 and Bunah, and Oren, and 0., (and) Ahi.


O-ZI -AS, O^ay.
An ancestor of Jesus. See Uzziah.
Matt. i. 8 Josaphat begat Joram; and Joram begat O.
i. 90. bsgat Joatham ; and Joatham begat A.

OZ -NI, jtx Jah hears.
A son of Gad, the seventh son of Jacob. B.C. 1700.
Num26. 16 Of 0., the family of the Oznites : of Eri

OZ-NITES, JIN? Mie Ozni.
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