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PA-A -RAI, "#.? revelation of Jah.
One of David s valiant men, from Aruboth in Judah
B.C. 1058 ; called Naarai in i Ch. n. 37.
2 Sa. 23. 35 Hezrai the Carmelite, P. the Arbite


PACE - A step, pace, iys tsaad.
2 Sa. 6. 13 when they, .had gone six paces, he sacri.

PACIFIED, to be
I. To cover, pacify, 153 kaphar, 3.
Eze. 16. 63 when I am pacified toward thee for all t.
2. To sink down, cease, Tj;;p shakak.
Esth. 7. 10 Then was the king s wrath pacified

PACIFY, to
1. To cause to rest, nu, 5.
Eccl. 10. 4 leave not thy place ; for yielding pacifleth
2. To avert, extinguish, .193 kaphah.
Prov.21. 14 A gift in secret pacifleth anger, and arew
3. To cover, pacify, 155 kaphar, 3.
Prov 16. 14 wrath of a king, .wise man will pacify it
PAD -AN, fig a plain. Same as the succeeding.
Gen. 48. 7 when I came from P., Rachel died by me
PAD-AN A -RAM, c-js J^g the plain of Aram.
The plains of Mesopotamia, or the land between the
Tigris and the Euphrates, in opposition to the hilly
-country of Palestine and the Lebanon ranges
Gen. 25. 20 the daughter of Bethuel the Syrian of P.
28. 2 Arise, go to P., to the house of Bethuel
28. 5 he went to P. unto Laban. son of Bethuel
28. 6 sent him away to P., to take him a wife
28. 7 obeyed his father, .and was gone to P.
31. 18 of his getting, which he had gotten in P
33. 18 J. came toShalem. .when he came from P.
35. 9 appeared unto Jacob, .he came out of P.
35. 26 sons of Jacob, which were born to himinP
46. 15 which she bare unto Jacob in P , with his
PADDLE
Pin, nail, iiv yathed.
Deut 23. 13 thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon
PA -DON, jng deliverance.
One of the Nethinim whose descendants returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 538.
Ezra 2. 44 the children of Siaha, the children of P.
Neh. 7. 47 the children of Sia, the children of P.
PAS-I -EL, Vx yjg God meets.
A son of Ocran and head of the tribe of Asher, chosen
to number the people. B.C. 1451.
Num. i. 13 Of Asher; P. the son of Ocran
2. 27 the captain, .(shall be) P.thesonof Ocran
7. 72 P. the son of Ocran, prince of the children
7. 77 (was; the offering of ?. the son of Ocran
10. 26 And over the host, .(was) P. the son of O.
PA-HATH MO -AB, nxiD nns prefect of Moab.
1. A person, part of whose posterity returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 538.
Ezra 2. 6 children of P., of the children of Jeshua
10. 30 of the sons of P.; Adna, and Chelal, Ben.
Neh. 3. ii thesonof P.,repairedtheotherpiece,and
7. ii children of P., of the children of Jeshua
2. Another, part of whose posterity returned with Ezra.
B.C. 447.
Ezra 8. 4 Of the sons of P.; Elihoenai the son of
3. A family that, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 14 of the people ; Parosh, P., Elam, Zatthu
TA -I, JJg yawning A deep. city in Edom, where Hadad the last of the early kings
was born or reigned ; called Pau in Gen. 36. 39.
i Ch. i. 50 the name of his city (was) P.; and his wi.
PAID, to be
To be given, 3rr yehab, 2.
Ezra 4. 20 toll, tribute, and custom, was paid unto
PAIN, (great or much)
I. Pang, cord, San chebel.
Isa. 66. 7 before her pain came, she was delivered
2. Pain, lorithing, TIJ chil.
Psa. 48. 6 Fear took hold upon them there,(and)pain
Jer. 6. 24 anguish hath taken hold of us, (and) pain
22. 23 when pangs come upon thee, the pain as
3. Great pain, nSnSrj chalchalah.
Isa. 21. 3 Therefore are my loins filled with pain : p.
Eze. 30. 4 great pain shall be in Ethiopia, when the
30. 9 great pain shall come upon them, as in the
Nah. 2. 10 much pain (is) in all loins, and the faces
4. Pain, SNS keeb.
Jer. 15. 1 8 Why is my pain perpetual, and my wound
5. Pain, sorrow, ai*?? makob.
Job 33. 19 He is chastened also with pain upon his
Jer. 51. 8 take balm for her pain, if so be she may
Q.Straitness, distress, ->$p metsar.
Psa.u6. 3 pains of hell gat hold upon me: I found t.
7. Labour, Spy amal.
Psa. 25. 18 Look uponmineaffiictionandmypain; and
8.Pain, pang, i 5c tsir.
1 Sa. 4. 19 bowedherself and travailed; forherpains
9, Labour, v6vosponos.
Rev. 16. 10 and they gnawed their tongues for pain
16. ii blasphemed, .because of their pains and
21. 4 neither shall there be any more pain : for
IQ.Pang, uSiv odin.
Acts 2. 24 raisedup.havingloosedthepainsofdeath
PAIN, to be in or have, fall with
1, To be pained, lorithe, Tfl, Sin chul, chil.
Isa. 13. 8 they shall be in pain as a woman that tr.
26. 17 is in pain, (and) crieth out in her pangs
26. 18 we have been in pain, we have as it were
Jer. 30. 23 shall fall with pain upon the head of the
Eze. 30. 16 Sin shall have great pain, and No shall be
Mic. 4. 10 Be in pain, and labour to bring forth, O
2. To be pained, 2x3 kaab.
Job 14. 22 his flesh upon him shall have pain, and his
PAIN, to put selves to
To become sick, grieved, pained, n^n chalah, 2.
Jer. 12. 13 have put themselves to pain, (but) shall
PAINED, to be (much or sore)
1. To be pained, writhe, S n, Sin chul, chil.
Psa. 55. 4 My heart is sore pained within me; and
Isa. 23. 5 shall they be sorely pained at the report
Joel 2. 6 people shall be much pained ; all faces
2. To be pained, writhe, Sir yachal, 5.
Jer 4. 19 I am pained at my very heart ; my heart
3. To try, torture, &a.cra.vifa basanizo.
Rev. 12. 2 travailing in birth, and pained to be del.
PAINFUL, PAINFTJLNESS
I. Labour, misery, ^py amal.
Psa. 73. 16 thought to know this, it (was) too painful
2. Labour, toil, no\6os mochthos.
2 Co. ii. 27 In weariness and painfulness, in watchful
PAINT, to
\. To paint, colour, S?3 kachal.
Eze. 23. 40 paintedst thine eyes, and deckedst thyself
2. To anoint, smear, nuo mashach.
Jer. 22. 14 ceiled with cedar, and painted with ver
3. To put in paint, 3153 City sum bap-puk.
2 Ki. 9. 30 she painted her face, and tired her head
PAINTING
Paint, painting,
~ 3 puk.
Jer. 4. 30 though thou rentebt thy face with painting
PAIR
A pair, a yoke, ei>yoy zeugos.
Luke 2. 24 A pair of turtle doves, or two young pig.
PAIR of balances
A yoke, beam of a balance, yy6s zugos.
Rev. 6. 5 he that sat on him had a pair of balances
PALACE
1. Palace, ornament, idol, ]~V5H appeden.
Dan. ii. 45 plantthetabernaclesof hispalace between
2.High place, po"!* armon.
1 Ki.i6. 18 went into the palace of the king s house
2 Ki. 15. 25 smote him in Samaria, in the palace of the
2 Ch.36. 19 burnt all the palaces thereof with fire, and
Psa. 48. 3 God is known in her palaces for a refuge
48. 1 3 consider her palaces ; that ye may tell (it)
122. 7 Peace . . (and) prosperity within thy palaces
Isa. 23. 13 they raised up the palaces thereof; (and)
25. 2 palace of strangers to be no city ; it shall
32. 14 Becausethe palaces shall beforsaken ; the
34. 13 thorns shall come up in her palaces, net.
Jer. 6. 5 go by night, and let us destroy herpalaces
9. 21 is entered into our palaces, to cut off the
17. 27 it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem
30. 18 palace shall remain after the manner the.
49. 27 it shall consume the palaces of Ben-hadad
Lam. 2. 5 he hath swallowed up all her palaces : he
2. 7 hand of the enemy the walls of herpalaces
Hos. 8. 14 and it shall devour the palaces thereof
Amos i. 4 which shall devour the palaces of Ben-h.
Amos i. 7, 10, 14 shall devour the palaces thereof
1. iz which shall devour the palaces of Bozrah
z. 2, 5 and it shall devour the palaces of
3. 9 Publish in the palaces . . and in the palaces
3. 10 store up violence aud robbery in their pal.
3. ii bringdown thy strength .. and thy palaces
6. 8 hate his palaces : therefore will I deliver
Mic. 5. 5 when he shall tread in our palaces, then
3. Palace, castle, temple, .TV? birah.
1 Ch. 29. i for the palace (is) not for man, but for
29. 19 do all (these things), and to build the paL
Ezra 6. 2 there was found at Achmetha, in the pal.
Neh. i. i came to pass, .as I was in Shushan the p.
2. 8 to make beams for the gates of the palace
7. 2 I gave. .Hananiah the ruler of the palace
Esth. i . 2 kingdom, which (was) in Shushan the pa.
1. 5 that were present in Shushan the palace
2. 3 fair young virgins unto Shushau the paL
2. 5 in Shushan the palace there was a certain
2. 8 gathered together unto Shushan the pal.
3. 15 the decree was given in Shushan the pal.
8. 14 the decree was given at .Shushan the pal.
9. 6 in Shushan the palace the Jews slew and
9.11 that were slain in Hhushan the palace was
9. 12 five hundred men in Shushan the palace
Dan. 8. 2 I (was) at Shushan (in) the palace, which
4. House, IT3 bayith.
2 Ch. 9. ii made, .terraces, .to the king s palace, and
5. House, [n 3 bithan.
Esth. i. 5 the court of the garden of the king s pala.
7. 7 king, .(went) into the palace garden: and
7. 8 Then the king returned out of the palace
6. Temple, palace, Sp n hekal,
1 Ki. zi. i which (was) in Jezreel, hard by the palace
2 Ki.2o. 1 8 they shall be eunuchs in the palace of the
Ezra 4. 14 have maintenance from (the king s) palace
Psa. 45. 8 out of the ivory palaces, whereby they h.
45. 15 they shall enter into the king s palace
144. 12 polished (after) the similitude of a palace
Prov 30. 28 taketh hold, .and is in king s palaces
Isa. 13. 22 dragons in (their) pleasant palaces : and
39. 7 eunuchs in the palace of the king of Baby.
Dan. i. 4 ability in them to stand in the king s pal.
4. 4 was at rest, .and flourishing in my palace
4. 29 in the palace of the kingdom of Babylon
5. 5 the plaster of the wall of the king s pala.
6. 1 8 the king went to his palace, and passed
Xah. 2. 6 opened, and the palace shall be dissolve.
7. High place, p3"?n harmon.
Amos 4. 3 ye shall cast (them) into the palace, saith
8. Tower, nyt? tirah.
Song 8. 9 we will build upon her a palace of silver
Eze. 25. 4 they shall set their palaces in thee, and
9. Court, a.v\T) aule.
Matt26. 3 unto the palace of the high priest, who
26. 58 followed, .unto the high priest s palace
26. 69 Peter sat without in the palace: and a da.
Marki4. 54 followed, .into the palace of the high pr.
14. 66 as Peter was beneath in the palace, there
Luken. 21 When a strong man armed keepeth his p.
JohmS. 15 went in., into the palace of the high priest
10. Praetor >
scourt,irpa.iTupiovpraitdrion(from Lot.)
Phil. i. 13 my bonds, .are manifest in all the palace
PA -LAL, SSg a judge.
A son of Uzzai, who helped to repair the wall of Jeru
salem after Nehemiah came from Shushan. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 25 P. the son of Uzai, over against the turn.
PALE
Green, pale, sallow, -)(\<,>p6s
chloros.
Rev. 6. 8 I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his
PALE, to wax
To become pale or white, iin chavar.
Isa. 29.22 Jacob. . neither shall his face now wax pale
PALENESS
Greenness, mildew, }ip
v yeraqon.
Jer. 30. 6 do I see.. all faces are turned into pale.?
PA-LES-TI-NA,PA-LES-TLNE, rtp^nv^S emigration.
The W. coast of Canaan, from the river of Egypt or the
brook Besor (a little S. of Gaza) to Joppa; see Isa. 14.
29, 31 ; Joel 3. 4.
Exodis. 14 shall take hold on the inhabitants of P.
Isa. 14. 29 Rejoice not thou, whole P., because the
14. 31 cry. .thou whole P., (art) dissolved : for
Joel 3. 4 Tyre, and Zidon, and all the coasts of P.
PAL -LTT, PHAL -LTT, K Sg distinguished, wonderful.
The second son of Reuben. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 46. 9 Reuben, Hanoch, and P., and Hezron and
Exod.6. 14 and P., Hezron, and Carmi: these (be) the
Nuni26. 5 of P., the family of the Palluites
26. 8 And the sons of P. ; Eliab
i Ch. 5. 3 sons, .were Hanoch, and P., Hezron, and
PAL-LTJ-ITES, xS?n the Pallui.
The descendants of the preceding.
Num 26. 5 of Pallu the family of the P.
PALM, PALM TREE
1. Palm (of hand), sole (offoot), f]3 kaph.
Lev. 14. 15 pour (it) into the palm of his own left h.
14. 26 the oil into the palm of his own left hand
1 Sa. 5. 4 the palms of his hands (were) cut off up.
2 Ki. 9. 35 and the feet, and the palms of (her) hand
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PALM 730 PARE
Isa. 49. 16 graven thee upon the palms of (my) ban.
Dan. 10. 10 my knees and (upon) the palms of my ha.
2,A palm tree, TJR tamar.
Exodis. 27 three score and ten palm trees: and they
Lev. 23. 40 branches of palm trees, and the boughs of
Num33. 9 three score and ten palm trees ; anil they
J9eut 34. 3 valley of Jericho, the city of palm trees
Judg. i. 16 went up out of the city of palm trees with
3. 13 went. . and possessed the cityof palm trees
2 Ch.zS. 15 to Jericho, the city of palm trees, to their
Neh. 8. 15 palm branches, and branches of thick tr.
Psa. 92. 12 righteous shall flourish like the palm tree
Song. 7. 7 This thy stature is like to a palni tree, and
7. 8 I will go up to the palm tree, 1 will take
Joel i. 12 tree, the palm tree also, and the apple t.
Z.A palm tree, npn tomer.
Judg. 4. 5 she dwelt under the palm tree of Deborah
Jer. 10. 5 They (are) upright as the palm tree, but
4. A palm tree, (artificial), rribn tiimnorah.
1 Ki. 6. 29, 32, 35 and palm trees and open flowers
6. 32 u pon the cherubim, and upon the palm tr.
7. 36 he graved cherubim, lions, and palm trees
2 8h. 3. 5 and set thereon palm trees and chains
Eze. 40. 16 and upon (each) post (were) palm trees
40. 22 their palm trees (were) after the measure
40. 26 it had palm trees, one on this side, and
40. 31, 34, 37 and palm trees (were) upon the po.
41. 18 cnerubimandpalmtreeg.sothatapalmtr.
41. 19 (was) toward the palm tree on the one s.
4*. 19 face, .toward the palm tree on the other
41. 20 (were) cherubim and palm trees made, and
41. 25 palm trees, like as (were) made upon the
41. 26 palm trees on the one side and on the ot.
5.A palm tree or branch, 0oip> phoinix.
John: 2. 13 Took branches of palm trees, and went
Rev. 7. 9 clothed with white robes, and palms in
PALM of the hand, to strike with
To give slaps, 5i
5o>/u< pdirurua didomi rhapisma.
Marki4. 65 strike him with the palms of their hands
JohmS. 22 one., struck Jesus with the palm of his h.
PALMER WORM
Palmer worm, caterpillar, creeping locust, DI3 gazam.
Joel i. 4 That which the palmer worm hath left h.
2. 25 and the caterpillar, and the palmer worm
Amos 4. 9 the palmer worm devoured (them): yet
PALSY, one that has, or is sick of, or taken with the
1 . To beparalytic, paralyzed, irapa\vonai paraluom.
Luke 5. 18 behold . . a man which was taken with a p.
5. 24 he said unto [the sick of the palsy], I say
Acts 8. 7 many taken with palsies, and that were 1.
9. 33 named Eneas, which, .was sick of the pa.
^.Paralytic, paralyzed, iraoaAi>TcJs paralutikos.
Matt. 4. 24 those that had the palsy ; and he healed
8. 6 my servant lieth at home sick of the pal.
9. 2 a man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed
9. 2 said unto the sick of the palsy, Son, be of
9. 6 then saith he to the sick of the palsy. Ar
Mark 2. 3 bringing one sick of the palsy, which was
2. 4 the bed wherein the sick of the palsy lay
2. 5 he said unto the sick of the palsy, Son be
2. 9 is it easier to say to the sick of the palsy
2. 10 may know, .he saith to the sick of the p.
PAL -TI, t?^9 Jah delivers.
A chief Benjamite, son of Raphu, and chosen to spy out
the land. B.C. 1490.
Num13. 9 the tribe of Benjamin, P. the son of Raphu
PAL-TI -EL, PHALTI -EL, Vp^S God delivers.
1. A chief of Issachar, son of Azzan, and chosen to divide
the land W. of Jordan. B C. 1452.
Num 34. 26 prince of the tribe . . P. the son of Azzan
2. A Benjamite, son of Laish, called also Phalti, to whom
Michal, David s wife, was given. B.C. 1060.
2 Sa. 3. 15 (her) husband, (even) from P. the son of
PAL-TITE, B^gn the Palti.
A Patronymic of Helez, from Beth-Palet in the S. of
Juduh.
a Sa. 23. 26 Helez the P . Ira the son of Ikkesh the T
PAM-PHY-LI A, riaiKpuAia.
A province in the S. of AsiaMinor having Cilicia on the
E., Pisidia on the jr.. Lycia on the W.. and the Medi
terranean on the S. Perga is the only one of its cities
named in the New Testament.
Acts 2. 10 P., in Egypt, and in the parts of Lybia
13. 13 they came to Perga in P.: and John dep
14. 24 passed throughout Pisidia,they came to P.
15. 38 who departed from them from P., and
27. s had galled over the sea of Cilicia and P.
PAW
I. Pans, D R?n chabittim.
i Ch.g. 31 over the things that were made in the pan
Z.Pan, laver, ii 2 kiyyor.
i Sa. 2. 14 he struck (it) into the pan, or kettle, or c.
3. Thin plate, njn-j machabath.
Lev. 2. 5 if thy oblation (be), .(baken) in a pan, it s.
6. 21 In a pan it shall be made with oil ; (and
7. 9 all that is dressed, .in the pan, shall be
1 Ch.23. 29 for (that which is baked in) the pan, and
Eze. 4. 3 take thou unto thee an iron pan, and set
4. Frying pan, n^p% masreth.
2 Sa. 13. 9 she took a pan, and poured (them)out b.
5. A pot, Tp sir.
Exod27. 3 thou shall make his pans to receive his
6.A pan, pot, in? parur.
Num u. 8 baked (it) in pans, and made cakes of it
7. Dish, pan, cruise, irpjf tselachah.
2 Ch.35. 13 in pots, and in caldrons, and in pang, and
PANG
l.Pany, cord, hyj chebel.
Isa. 26. 17 Like as a woman . .crieth out in her pangs
Jer. 22. 23 shalt thou be when pangs come upon thfc
2. Pain, urrithing, ^ n chil.
Jer. 50. 43 anguish, .pangs as of a woman in travail
Mic. 4. 9 for pangs have taken thee as a woman in
3. Pain, pang, Ty tsir.
Isa. 13. 8 pangs and sorrows shall take hold of them
21. 3 pangs have taken hold upon me, as the p.
4. To straiten, distress, "ny tsarar, 5.
Jer. 48. 41 be as the heart of a woman in her pangs
49. 22 be as the heart of a woman in her pangs
PAN -NAG, JJ5 sweet.
A place on the road from Damascus to Baalbeck, also
called Piggi.
Eze. 27. 17 in thy market wheat of Minnith, and P.
PANT, to
\.To go about, pant, inp sachar, 3a.
Psa. 38. 10 My heart panteth, my strength faileth me
2. To long for, pant, r\y arag.
Psa. 42. i panteth after the water brooks, so pant.
3. To swallow up, pant, r$y shaaph.
Psa.ng. 131 1 opened my mouth, and panted : for I
Amos 2. 7 That pant after the dust of the earth on
4. To err, wander, go astray, r\yj$ taah.
Isa. 21. 4 My heart panted, fearfulnesa affrighted
PAP
I. Breast, ~(V shad.
Eze. 23. 21 in bruising thy teats . .for the paps of thy
2. Breast, pap, yuaerro s mastos.
Luke 1 1 . 2 7 Blessed . . the paps which thou hast sucked
23. 29 Blessed (are) . . the paps which never gave
Rev. 1.13 [girt about the paps] with a golden girdle
PAPER (REEDS)
\.Oreenbushy meadows, nn^ aroth.
Isa. 19. 7 The paper reeds by the brooks, by the m.
2. Paper, xd.pri)s chartes.
2 John 12 I would not (write) with paper and ink
PA PHOS, Ud<f)os. A city on the W. of Cyprus (now Baffe), the station of
a Roman pro-consul ; about sixty stadia off was a temple
of Venus.
Acts 13. 6 they had gone through the isle unto P.
13. 13 when Paul and his company loosed from P.
PARABLE
I. Similitude, parable, proverb, "?^p mashal.
Num23. 7, 1 8 And he took up his parable, and said
24. 3, 15, 20, 21, 23 took up his parable, and
Joh 27. i Job continued his parable, and said
29. i Job continued his parable, and said
Psa. 49. 4 I will incline mine ear to a parable ; I w.
78. 2 I will open my mouth in a parable : I will
Prov26. 7, 9 so (is) a parable in the mouth of fools
Eze. 17. 2 speak a parable unto the house of Israel
20. 49 they say of me, Doth he not speak parab
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24. 3 utter a parable unto the rebellious house
Mic. 2. 4 shall (one) take up a parable against you
Hab. 2. 6 all these take up a parable against him
2.A parable, similitude, irapafto\-fi parabole.
.Mutt i ;. 3 spake many things unto them in parables
13. TO Why speakest thou unto them in parables?
13. 13 Therefore speak I to them in parables: be.
13. 18 Hear ye therefore the parable of the sower
13. 24, 31 Another parable put he forth unto th.
13. 33 Another parable spake he unto them; The
13. 34 in parables ; and without a parable spake
13. 35 I will open my mouth in parables ; I will
13. 36 Declare unto us the parable of the tares
13. 53 when Jesus had finished these parables
15. 15 said unto him, Declare unto us this par.
21. 33 Hear another parable : There was a cert.
21. 45 when the. .Pharisees had heard his para.
22. i spake unto them again by parables, and
24. 32 learn a parable of the fig tree : When his
Mark 3. 23 said unto them in parables, How can Sa.
4. 2 he taught them many things by parables
4. 10 with the twelve asked of him the parable
4.11 but . . all (these) things are done in parabl.
4. 13 said unto them, Know ye. .this parable?
4. 13 and how then will ye know all parables?
4. 33 with many such parables spake he the w.
4. 34 without a parable spake he not unto them
7. 17 disciples asked him concerning the para.
12. i he began to speak unto them by parables
12. 12 he had spoken the parable against them
13. 28 learn a parable of the fig tree; When her
Luke 5. 36 he spake also aparable unto them ; No man
6. 39 he spake a parable unto them : Can the
!. 4 were come to him . .he spake by a parable
8. 9 asked. . saying .. What might this parable
8. 10 but to others in parables ; that seeing th.
8. 1 1 the parable is this : The seed is the word
12. 16 he spake a parable unto them, saying, The
Lukei2. 41 gpeakest thou this parable unto us, oreven
13. 6 He spake also tlu g parable, A certain (man)
14. 7 he put forth a parable to those which w.
15. 3 he spake this parable unto them, saying
1 8. i he spake a parable unto them (to this end)
1 8. 9 he spake this parable unto certain which
19. ii spake a parable, because he was nigh to
20. 9 began he to speak to the people this par.
20. 19 he had spoken this parable against them
21. 29 he spake to them a parable ; Behold the
3. Adage, dark saying, irapoi/jiia paroimia.
Johnio. 6 This parable spake Jesus unto them : but
PARADISE -
Park, garden ground, irapaSfiffos (fromlleb. 0^9).
Luke23. 43 To day shalt thou be with me in paradise
2 <
<>. 12. 4 he was caught up into paradise, and hea.
Rev. 2. 7 which is in the midst of the paradise of
PA -RAH, Tjprt the imld place. A city in Benjamin, near.Avim and Ophrah.
Josh.iS. 23 And.Avim, and P., and Ophrah
PARAMOUR
A concubine, (male or female), paV? pillegesh.
Eze. 23. 20 she doted upon their paramours, whose
PA -RAN, pT 9 full of caverns.
A wilderness at S. and S.W. of Canaan, and W. of Edom,
reaching westward to Shur, and S. to the Elanitic gulf,
also called Mount Paran, and el-Paran.
Gen. 21.21 he dwelt in the wilderness of P. : and liU
Numio. 12 the cloud rested in the wilderness of P.
12. 16 people, .pitched in the wilderness of P.
13. 3 Moses. . sent them from . . wildernessof P.
13. 26 unto the wilderness of P., to Kadesh ; and
Deut. i. i between P., and Tophel, and Laban, and
33. 2 he shined forth from mount P., and he
i Sa. 25. i and went down to the wilderness of P.
i Ki. 1 1. 1 8 P. : and they took men with them out of P.
Hab. 3. 3 from Teman, the Holy One from mount P.
PAR -BAR, 15-19 open summer house.
A place W. of the temple and surrounded by a wall.
Comp. "suburb," in 2 Ki. 23. n.
i Ch.26. 18 P. westward, four at the. ..and two at P.
PARCEL (of ground)
1. A portion, njjVn chelqah.
Gen. 33. 19 he bought a parcel of a field, where he
Josh. 24. 32 a parcel of ground which Jacob bought
Ruth 4. 3 Naomi, .selleth a parcel of land, which
i Ch.ii. 13 where was a parcel of ground full of bar.
ii. 14 set themselves in the midst of (that) par.
2. Field, place, xuplov chorion.
John 4. 5 the parcel of ground that Jacob gave to
PARCHED (corn, ground or places)
I. Burnt or parched places, DTin charerim.
Jer. 17. 6 parched places in the wilderness, (in) a
2. To roast, n^jj qalah.
Josh. 5. ii did eat. .parched (corn) in the self same
3. Roasted corn or grain, K^\), S? qali.
Lev. 23. 14 shall eat neither bread, nor parched corn
Ruth 2. 14 he reached her parched (corn), and she did
1 Sa. 17. 17 Take. . an ephah of this parched (coni).and
25. 1 8 five measures of parched (corn), and an
2 Sa. 17. 28 parched (corn).. beans, and lentiles, and
&.Heat, mirage, 3~}y sharab.
Isa. 35. 7 the parched ground shall become a pool
PARCHMENT
A thin skin ofparchment, /j.(/j./3pdi>a (from Lat.).
2 Ti. 4. 13 the books, (but) especially the parchments
PARDON
A passing over, forgiveness, nn Sp selichah.
Neh. 9. 17 thou(art)a God ready to pardon, gracious
PARDON, to
1. To cover, pacify. 135 kaphar, 3.
2 Ch. 30. 1 8 saying, The good LORD pardon every one
2. To lift up, ;} nasa.
Exod23. 21 for he will not pardon your transgressions
1 Sa. 15. 25 pardon my sin, and turn again with me
Job 7. 21 why dost thou not pardon my transgres.
Mic. 7. 1 8 that pardoneth iniquity, and passeth by
3. To pass over, forgive, n^p salach.
Exod 34. 9 pardon ouriniquity, and our sin, and take
Num 1 4. 19 Pardon, I beseech thee, the iniquity of this
14. 20 I have pardoned, according to thy word
2 Ki. 5. 18, 18 the LORD pardon thy servant
24. 4 blood that he shed . . LORD would not pa.
Psa. 25. 1 1 LORD, pardon mine iniquity ; for it (is) g.
Isa. 55. 7 toourGod, for he will abundantly pardon
Jer. 5. i seeketh the truth ; and I will pardon it
5. 7 How shall I pardon thee for this? thy c.
33. 8 will pardon all their iniquities, whereby
50. 20 for I will pardon them whom I reserve
Lam. 3. 42 and have rebelled : thou hast not pardoned
PARDONED, to b
To be pleasing, accepted, .tyi ratsah, 2.
Isa. 40. 2 that her iniquity is pardoned: for she hath
PARE, to
To make, do, prepare, .t^y asah.
Deut 21. 12 shall shave her head, and pare her rmiU
PARENT 731 PARTIALITY
PARENT
1. Parr,it, begetter, yovtvs goneus.
Matt 10. 21 children shallrise..again8t(their)parents
Marki 3. 12 children shall rise, .against (their) parents
Luke 2. 27 the parents broughtin the child Jesus, to
2. 41 his parents went to Jerusalem every year
8. 56 her parents were astonished : but he ch.
18. 29 or parents, or brethren, or wife, or child.
21. 16 ye shall be betrayed both by parents, and
John 9. 2 who did sin, this man, or his parents, that
9. 3 Neither, .this man sinned, norhisparents
9. 18 the parents of him iat had received his
9 20 His parents answered them, and said, We
9. 22 These (words) spake his parents, because
9. 23 Therefore said his parents, He is of age
Horn. i. 30 inventors of evil, .disobedient to parents
2 Co. 12. 14 lay up lor the parents, but the parents
Kph. 6. i obey your parents in the Lord : for this is
Col. 3. 20 obey (your) parents in all things : for this
2 Ti. 3. 2 disobedient to parents, unthankful, unho.
2. Father, iraritp pater.
Heb. ii. 23 was hid three months of his parents
3. Progenitor, irpoyovos progonos.
i Ti. 5. 4 to requite their parents : for that is good
PARLOUR
I. Inner or secret place, Tin cheder.
i Ch.28. 1 1 and of the inner parlours thereof, and of
1.A chamber, parlour, n^S lishkah.
i Sa. 9. 22 Samuel . .brought them into the parlour
3. Upper place, n^H, aliyyah.
Judg. 3. 20 and he was sitting in a summer parlour
3. 23 and shut the doors of the parlour upon
3. 24 that . .the doors of the parlour (were) lo.
3. 25 and . .he opened not the doors of the par.
PAR-MASH -TA, xn^D-12.
A son of Hainan the Agagite, in the days of Ahasueras
and Esther. B.C. 510.
Esth. 9. 9 And P., and Arisai, and Aridai, and Vaje.
PAR-ME -NAS, Dap/xej/aj.
One of the seven disciples chosen to serve tables.
Acts 6. 5 and P. , and Nicolas a proselyte of Antioch
PAR -NACH. ~:-!9.
The father of Elizaphan a chief of Zebulun, chosen to
divide the laud \V. of the Jordan. B.C. 1490.
Kurn 34. 25 And the prince .. Elizaphan the son of P.
PAR -OSH, PHAR -OSH, vyis fleeing, fugitive.
1. One whose descendants returned with Zerubbabel.
B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 3 The children of P., two thousand an hun.
Neh. 7. 8 The children of P., two thousand an huu.
2. One whose descendants returned with Ezra. B.C.
447-
Ezra 8. 3 the sons of P. ; Zechariah : and with him
3. One whose descendants had taken strange wives.
B.C. 447.
Ezra 10. 25 of the sons of P. ; Ramiah, and Jeziah, and
4. The father of Pedaiah who helped to repair the wall.
B.C. 447.
Neh. 3. 25 After him Pedaiah the son of P.
5." A family that, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 14 The chief . .P., Pahath-moab, Elam, Zatthu
PAR-SHAN-DA -THA, Nrnrn?.
A son of Hamau the Agagite. B.C. 510.
Esth. 9. 7 And P., and Dalphon, and Aspatha
PART (in)
1. Part, 13 bad.
Job 41.12! will not conceal his parts, nor his power
2. Piece, Tro bether.
Jer. 34. 18 when they, .passed between the parts th.
34. 19 which passed between the parts of the c.
3. Sect ion, "in gezer.
Psa.i36. 13 him which divided the Red sea into parts
4. Word, matter, "173 dabar.
i Ki. 6. 38 finished throughout all the parts thereof
5. Portion, p^n cheleq.
Num. 1 8. 20 have any part among them : I (am) thy p.
Deut 10. 9 Levi hath no part nor inheritance with
12. 12 he hath no part nor inheritance with you
14. 27, 29 hath no partuorinheritancewiththee
1 8. i have no part nor inheritance with Israel
Josh. 14. 4 gave no part unto the Levites in the land
15. 13 gave a part among the children of Judah
18. 5 And they shall divide it into seven parts
1 8. 6 describe the land (into) seven parts, and
1 8. 7 the Levites have no part among you ; for
18. 9 described it by cities into seven parts in a
19. 9 the part of the children of Judah was too
22. 25 ye have no part in the LOUD : so shall yo.
22. 27 may not say. .Ye have no part in the Lo.
1 Sa. 30. 24 as his part (is) that goeth down to the ba.
30. 24 so (shall) his part (be) that tarrieth by the
2 Sa.2o. i We have no part in David, neither have
Job 32. 17 I will answer also my part ; I also will s.
Kze. 48. 8 (in) length as one of the (other) parts, from
Amos 7. 4 devoured the great deep, and . . eat up a p.
ttPortion, .T|57n chelqah.
Huth 2. 3 on a part of the field (belonging) unto B.
7. Half, yn/yrr chetsi, chatsi.
1 Ki.i6. ii the people of Israel divided into two pa.
Isa. 44. 16 burneth part thereof in the fire ; with p.
44. 19 I have burnt part of it in the fire ; yea
S.From, out of, some of, }tp min.
Dan. 2. 33 legs of iron, his feet part of iron and part
2. 41 part of potter s clay, and part of iron, the
2. 42 the toes, .part of iron, and part of clay
9. Portion, allotment, njip manah.
Kxod2g. 26 take the breast, .and it shall be thy part
Lev. 7- 33 shall have the right shoulder for (his) pa.
8. 29 (for) of the ram . . it was Moses part ; as
10. Mouth, ns peh.
Zech 13. 8 two parts therein shall be cut off (and)die
1 1 . Circuit, ^pelek.
Neh. 3. 9/12 the rulerof the half part of Jerusalem
3. 14 Malchiah. .rulerof part of Beth-haccerem
3. 15 Shallum. .the rulerof part of Mizpah; he
3 . 1 6 the ruler of the half part of Beth-zur, unto
3. 17 rulerof the half part of Keilah.inhispart
3. 1 8 Bavai. .the ruler of the half part of Keilah
12. End, extremity, 0% pas.
Dan. 5. 5 king saw the part of the hand that wrote
5. 24 was the part of the hand sent from hun
IS.End, extremity, fraction, nyj? qatsah.
Job 26. 14 these (are) parts of his ways ; but how Ii.
\l.End, extremity, fraction, nyp qetsath.
Dan. i. 2 with part of the vessels of the house of G.
15. Lot, portion, tempos kleros.
Acts i. 17 and had obtained part of this ministry
1. 25 take [part] of this ministry and apostleship
16. Climate, region, district, K\lfj.a klima.
Rom 15, 23 having no more place in these parts, and
17 .Division, part, pepls meris.
Luke10. 42 Mary hath chosen that good part, which
Acts 821 Thou hast neither part nor lot in this ma.
16. 12 the chief city of that [part] of Macedonia
2 Co. 6. 15 what part hath he that believeth with an
1 8.Division, part, p.4pos meros.
Matt. 2. 22 he turned aside into the parts of Galilee
Mark 8. 10 and came into the parts of Dalmanutha
Luke 1 1. 36 (be) full of light, having no part dark, the
Johni3. 8 wash thee not, thou hast no part with me
19. 23 and made four parts, to every soldier a p.
Acts 2. 10 in the parts of Libya about Gyrene, and
5. 2 brought a certain part, and laid (it) at the
20 2 he had gone over those parts, and had gi.
23. 6 the one part were Sadducees, and the ot.
23. 9 [scribes (that were) of the Pharisees partj
Rom ii. 25 blindness in part is happened to Israel
1 Co. 13. 9 we know in part, and we prophesyin part
13. 10 that which is in part shall be done away
13. 12 now I know in part ; but then shall I know
2 Co. i. 14 ye have acknowledged us in part, that we
2. 5 he hath not grieved me, but in part ; that
ph. 4. 9 also descended first into the lower [parts]
4. 1 6 the. .working in the measure of every [p.]
Rev. 16. 19 the great city was divided into three parts
20. 6 Blessed and holy (is) he that hath part in
21. 8 But. .shall have their part in the 22.19
19.7Yie one...tJie other, oi ft,ev...ol 8e, Acts 14. 4.
2Q.Hand, T yad.
Gen. 47. 24 four parts shall be your own, for seed of
2 Ki.n. 7 two parts of all you that go forth on the
Neh. ii. i and nine parts (to dwell) in (other) cities
21. Extremities, D:n3T [yarekah].
Eze. 38. 15 come from thy place out of the north parts
39. 2 cause thee to come up from the north pa.
22. A cut piece, nm nethach.
Lev. i. 8 shall lay the parts, the head, and the fat
[See also Back, east, fifth, first, forth, greater, greatest,
habitable, hallowed, highest, hinder, inner, innermost,
inward, kinsman, lacking, low, more, neither, secret,
sixth, tenth third, two, utmost.]
PART, on (one s)
I.Down through, Kara, (ace.) kata.
i Pe. 4. 14 [on their part he is evil, .on your part he]
2. In behalf of, inrep (gen.) huper.
Mark 9. 40 For he that is not against us is on our part
PART, to have, give, or take a
1. To have a portion, pSn chalaq.
1 Sa. 30. 24 that tarrieth by the stuff : they shall part
Prov 17. 2 shall have part of the inheritance among
2. To give a portion, apportion, P?n chalaq, 3.
Psa. 22. 18 They part my garments among them, and
Joel 3. 2 whom they have scattered., and parted my
3. To halve, divide, nyn chatsah.
Job 41. 6 shall they part him among the merchants?
4. To be halved, divided, .tyn chatsah, 2.
2 Ki. 2. 14 they parted hither and thither : and Elis.
5. To snatch or take away, Js: natsal, 5.
2 Sa. 14. 6 (there was) none to part them, but the one
6. To part, separate, ~n$ parad, 5.
Ruth i. 17 do so. . (if ought) but death part thee and
2 Ki. 2. ii parted them both asunder; and Elijah
Prov.iS. 18 The lot. .parteth between the mighty
7. To divide, part, 01? paras, 5.
Lev. ii. 3 Whatsoever parteth the hoof,and is cloven
><cut 14. 6 every beast that parteth the hoof, and cL
$. To divide, nn^ pathath.
Lev. 2. 6 Thou shall part it in pieces, and pour oil
9. To divide throughout, 5iayucpiw diamerizo.
Matt27. 35 parted his garments, casting lots : that it
27- 35 Theyparted mygarments among them,and
Markis. 24 theypartedhisgarments.castinglotsupou
Luke23- 34 And they parted his raiment, and cast lots
John 19. 24 Theyparted myraimentamongthem.and
Acts 2. 45 parted them to all (men), as every man had
10. To divide, juepto> merizo.
Heb. 7. 2 Abraham gave a tenth part of all; first be.
11. To hold along with, /lerexw metecho.
Heb. 2. 14 also himself likewise took part of the same
PARTAKE, PARTAKER ^with)
1. Port ion, pVn cheleq.
Psa. 50. 1 8 and hast been partaker with adulterers
2. To receiveinreturn, a.vTi\nu$a.von.a.i antilambano.
i Ti. 6. 2 faithful and belovei., partakers of the be.
3. To become a joint partaker, ffvyKotvtavos yivofiat. Rom ii. 17 partakest of the root and fatness of the
i Co. 9. 23 that I might be partaker thereof with (you)
Phil. i. 7 inasmuch as. .ye all are partakers of my
4. Holding along with, /^/TOXOJ metochos.
Heb. 3. i partakers of the heavenly calling, consL
3. 14 we are made partakers of Christ, if wehold
6. 4 and were made partakers of the Holy Gh.
12. 8 without chastisement, where of all are p.
5. One having in common, KOIVWVOS koinonos.
Matt 23. 30 we would not have been partakers with
1 Co. 10. 1 8 are not they which eat of the sacrifices p.
2 Co. i. 7 that as ye are partakers of the sufferings
1 Pe. 5. i a partaker of the glory that shall be rev.
2 Pe. i. 4 ye might be partakers of the divine nature
G. Division, portion, /j.epis meris.
Col. i. 12 meet to be partakers of the inheritance
7.A joint /wider, (Tv/j.fj.tTOxos summetochos.
Eph. 3. 6 partakers of his promise in Christ by the
5. 7 Be not ye therefore partakers with them
PARTAKER qf or with, (afflictions), to be
1. To give or*Jiave in common, Koivcavtw koinoneo.
Rom.is. 27 have been made partakers of their spirit,
i Ti. 5. 22 neither be partaker of other men s sins
Heb. 2. 14 as the children are partakersof flesh and
1 Pe. 4. 13 as ye are partakers of Christ s sufferings
2 Jo. 1 1 he that biddeth him God speed is partak. of
2. To take, receive, with, fj.fra\afj.^dv(a metalambano.
2 Ti. 2. 6 The husbandman., must be first partak. of
Heb. 12. 10 that (we) might be partakers of his holi.
3. To hold with, perexu metecho.
1 Co. 9. 10 and thathe. .should be partaker of hisho.
9. 12 If others be partakers of (this) power over
10. 17 for we are all partakers of that one bread
10. 21 ye cannot be partakers of the Lord s table
10. 30 if I by grace be a partaker, why am I evil
4. To suffer evil with, ffvyKaKoirafffcasugkakopathed.
2 Ti. i. 8 be thou partaker of the afflictions of the
5. Have in common with, ffvynoiixavtta suflkoinoneo.
Rev. 1 8. 4 that ye be not partakers of her sins, and
6. To have apart with, <rvrj.fj,fpi(onai summerizomai.
i Co. 9. 13 which wait, .are partakers with the altar?
PARTED, to be
I. To be portioned, apportioned, P?n chalaq, 2.
Job 38. 24 By what way is the light parted, (which)
2. To be parted, separated, ~n$ parad, 2.
Gen. 2. 10 it was parted, and became into four heads
3. To set or place apart, SHCTTTJ/UJ diistemi.
Luke24. 51 he was parted from them, and carried up
PAR-THI-ANS, ndpdoi.
The inhabitants of Parthia proper, which is N.W. of
Persia, and about 600 miles long ; having Hyrcania on
the N.W., Media on the W., Asia on the E., and
Carmania Deserta on the S. ; it is wholly surrounded
by mountains; it was early subject to Media, then to
Persia, and also to Alexander and his successors ; it
became independent in B.C. 256; at the death of
Mithridates, B.C. 130, it extended from the Euphrates
to the Jordan, and from the Oxus to the Persian Gulf;
to B.C. 53 it was invaded by Crassus, who was defeated
and slam ; in A.D. 226 it became subject to Persia.
Acts 2. 9 P., and Medes, and Elaniites, andthedwe.
PARTIAL, to be
1. To lift up the face, DU$ K^ nasa phanirn.
Mai. 2. 9 have not kept my ways, but have been p.
2. To judge diversely, SiaKplvw diakrino.
Jas. 2. 4 Are ye not then partial in yourselves, and
PARTIALITY (without)
\.Notjudging diversely, impartial, d5a*cpTor.
Jas. 3. 17 without partiality, and without hypocrisy
LA "bearing toward, partiality, irpd<rK\ris prosk.
i 11. 5. 21 before another, doing nothing by [part.]
PARTICULAR 732 PASS
PARTICULAR fin^
Individually, imperfectly, IK /utpoys ck merous.
i Co. 12. 27 body of Christ, and meniberB in particular
PARTICULARLY
~\..l)mon to or in parts, Kara. fj.tpos kata meros.
lleb. 9. 5 of which we cannot now speak particular.
L.Down, to each one, Ka6 tv tKaarov kath hen hek.
Acts 21. 19 he declared particularly what things Qod
PARTING
The. mother, DN em.
Eze. 21.21 the king of Babylon stood at the parting
PARTITION
Fence, hedge, <ppayp.6s phragmos.
Kph. 2. 14 broken down the middle wall of partition
PARTITION, to make a
Ti> make to pass over, ijy abar, 3.
i Ki. 6. 21 made a partition by the chains of gold be.
PARTLY
1. End, extremity, nyp qetsalh.
Dan. 2. 42 shall be partly strong, and partly broken
2.Some part, fttpos TI meros ti.
1 Co. n. 1 8 divisions among you; and I partly believe
3. This (indeed), TOVTO (fj.tv) touto (men).
Heh. 10. 33 Partly, whilst ye were .. partly, whilst ye
PARTNER
I. To have a portion, apportion, fhn chalaq.
Prov.29. 24 Whoso is partner with a thief hateth his
2.0/ie having in common, Koivuv6s koinonos.
Luke 5. 10 sons of Zebedee, which were partners w.
2 Co. 8. 23 my partner and fellow helperconcerning
Phm. 17 If thou count me therefore a partner, re.
3. One holdimg along with, ^teroxos metochos.
Luke 5. 7 they beckoned unto (their) partners, wh.
PARTRIDGE
A partridge, caller, nip qore.
i Sa. 26. 20 as when one doth hunt a partridge in the
Jer. 17. ii partridge sitteth (on eggs), and hatcheth
PA-RTJ -AH, m-i9 increase.
Father of Jehoshaphat, one of Solomon s purveyors.
B.C. 1040.
1 Ki. 4. 17 Jehoshaphat the son of P. in Issachar
PAR-VA -IM, CM-IS.
An unknown gold region.
2 Ch. 3. 6 precious stones., the gold (was) gold of P.
PA -SACH, ~C9 limping.
A son of Japhlet, great-grandson of Asher. B.C. 1590.
i Ch. 7. 33 P., and Bimhal, and Ashvath. These (are)
PAS-DAM-MTM, C S n DS extremity of the Jlowings.
A place in the W. of Judah, between Shocho and
Azekah ; in i Sa. 17. i it is Ephes-dammim.
i Ch.n. 13 He was with David at P., and there the
PA SE -AH, PHA-SE -AH, re? limping.
1. A son of Eshton, grandson of Chelub, descendant of
Caleb son of Hur. B.C. 1420.
i Ch. 4. 12 and P., and Tehinnah the father of Irn.
2. One whose descendants were reckoned among the
Nethiuim.
Ezra 2. 49 the children of P., the children of Besai
Neh. 7. 51 the children of Uzza, the children of P.
3. Father of Jehoiada who helped to repair the wall.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 6 old gate repaired Jehoiada the son of P.
PASH -TTR, -vnysfree.
1. Head of a priestly family in Jerusalem. B.C. 589.
1 Ch. 9. 12 son of P., the son of Malchijah, and
Ezra 2. 38 The children of P., a thousand twohund.
10. 22 And of the sons of P.; Elioenai, Maaseiah
Neh. 7. 41 The children of P., a thousand two hund.
11. 12 Zechariah, the son of P., the son of Mai.
2. A priest who sealed with Nehemiah the covenant.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 3 P., Amariah, Malchijah
3. A son of Immer the priest, and chief governor of the
house of the Lord in the days of Jeremiah. B.C. 605.
Jer. 20. i Now P. the son of Immer the priest, who
20. 2 Then P. smote Jeremiah the prophet, and
20. 3 P. brought forth Jeremiah out of the sto.
20. 3 The LORD hath not called thy name P. , but
20. 6 And thou, P., and all that dwell in thine
38. i Then. .Gedaliah the son of P., and Jucal
4. Son of Melchiah, a prince of Judah in the days of
Jeremiah. B.C. 605.
Jer. 21. i P. the son of Melchiah, and Zephaniah
38. i P. the son of Malchiah, heard the words
PASS, along, away, beyond, by, forth, on, out, over,
through, throughout), to
1. To be greater than, ]P Sis gadal min.
2 Ch. 9. 22 king Solomon passed all the kings of the
2. To go on, $n halak.
Job 14. 20 thou prevailest. .and he paseeth : thou
Psa- 58. 8 let (every one of them) pass away ; (like)
78. 39 wind that passeth away, and cometh not
Keel. i. 4 generation passeth away, and (another) Ho. 13. 3 and M the early dew that pMseth way
3. To pass on, iSn chalaph.
Job 4. 15 Then a spirit passed before my face ; the
9. ii he passeth on also, but I perceive him nut
9. 26 They are passed away as the swift ships
Isa, 8. 8 shall pcss through Judah ; he shall overf.
31. i As whirlwinds hi the south pass through
4.Topass on, fjSn chalaph.
Dan. 4. 1 6, 23 and let. .seven times pass over him
4. 25, 32 and seven times shall pass over thee
5. To go or pass over, 13^ abar.
Gen. 12. 6 Abram passed through the land unto the
15. 17 burning lamp that passed between those
1 8. 3 pass not away, 1 pray thee, from thy ser.
1 8. 5 after that ye shall pass on : for therefore
30. 32 will pass through all thy flock to day, rem.
31. 21 passed over the river,andset hisface(to.)
31. 52 not pass over, .thou shalt not pass over
32. 10 for with my staff I passed over this Jordan
32. 16 Pass over before me, and put a space bet.
32. 22 touk his two wives, .and passed over the
32. 31 as he passed over I enuel the sun rose upon
33. 3 passed over before them, and bowed hims.
33. 14 Let my lord . . pass over before his servant
37. 28 there passed by Midianites, merchant m.
Exodi2. 12 pass through the land of Egypt this night
12. 23 will pass through to smite the Egyptians
15. 16 till thy people pass over, O LORD, till the
15. 16 people pass over, (which) thou hajt pure.
30. 13 passeth among them that are numbered
30. 14 Every one that passeth among them that
33. 22 while my glory passetli by, that I will put
33. 22 cover thee with my hand while I pass by
34. 6 LORD passed by before him, and proclaim.
Lev. 27. 32 (even) of whatsoever passeth under the
Numi4. 7 land, which we passed through to search
20. 17 Let us pass, .through thy country : we
20. 17 not pass through the fields, or through the
20. 17 not turn, .until we have passed thy bord.
20. 1 8 Thou shalt not pass by me, lest I come out
21. 22 Let me pass through thy land : we will
21. 23 would not suffer Israel to pass through
32. 27 servants will pass over, every man armed
32. 29 If the children, .will pass with you over
32. 30 if they will not pass over with you armed
32. 32 We will pass over armed before the LORD
33. 8 passed through the midst of the sea into
34. 4 pass on to Zin. .and pass on to Azmon
Deut. 2. 4 Ye (are) to pass through the coast of your
2. 8 when we passed by. .and passed by the
2. 1 8 Thou art to pass over through Ar, the co.
2. 24 Rise ye up. .and passover the river Arnon
2. 27 Let me pass through thy land : I will go
2. 28 only I will pass through on my feet
2. 29 until Ishallpass over Jordan, into the la.
3. 18 ye shall pass over armed before your bre.
3. 21 all the kingdoms whither thou passest
9. i Thou (art) to pass over Jordan this day
ii. 31 For ye shall pass over Jordan to go in to
27. 2 on the day when ye shall pass over Jordan
29. 1 6 through the nations which ye passed by
30. 18 land whither thou passest over Jordan to
Josh. i. ii Pass through the host, andcommandthe
i. ii for within three days ye shall pass over
1. 14 but ye shall pass before your brethren ar.
2. 23 passed over, and came to Joshua the son
3. i and lodged there before they passed over
3. 4 for ye have not passed (this) way hereto.
3. 6 Take up theark. .and pass over before the
3. 1 1 ark of the covenant . . passeth over before
3. 14 removed from their tents, to pass over J.
3. 16 the people passed over right against Jer.
3. 17 Israelites passed over on dry ground, 4.1.
4. 5 Pass over before the ark of the LORD your
4. 7 when it passed over Jordan the waters of
4. 10 and the people hasted and passed over
4. ii that the ark of the LORD passed over,, and
4. 12 passed over armed before the children of
4. 13 passed over before the LORD unto battle
6. 7 Pass on . . let him that is armed pass on
6. 8 passed on before the LORD, and blew with
10. 29 Then Joshua passed from Makkedah, and
10. 31 Joshua passed fromLibnah, and all Israel
10. 34 from Lachish Joshua passed unto Eglon
15. 3 passed along to Zin. .and passed along to
15. 4 it passed toward Azmon, and went out
15. 6 passed along by the north of Beth-arabah
15. 7 passed toward the waters of En-shemesh
15. 10 passed along, .and passed on to Timnah
15. ii passed along to mount Baalah, and went
16. 2 passeth along unto the borders of Archi
16. 6 and passed by it on the east to Janohah
1 8. 9 men went and passed through the land
1 8. 18 passed along toward the side over against
18. 19 passed along to the side of Beth-hoglah
19. 13 from thence passeth on along on the east
22. 19 pass ye over unto the land of the posses.
24. 17 all the people through whom we passed
Judg. 3. 26 passed beyond the quarries, and escaped
3. 28 went, .and suffered not a man to pass over
8. 4 Gideon . .passed over, he, and the three
10. 9 passed over Jordan to fight also against
11. 17 Let me, I pray thee, pass through thy land
ii. 19 Let us pass, .through thy land into my p.
ii. 20 trusted not Israel to pass through hisco.
n. 29 passed over Gilead. .and passed over Mi.
11. 29, 32 passed over (unto) the children of A.
12. i Wherefore passedst thou over to fight a.
12. 3 passed over against the children of Am.
18. 13 they passed theuce unto mount Ephraim
19. 12 not turn aside, .we will pass over to Gib.
Judg 19. 14 they passed on and went their way ; and
i Sa. 9. 4 he passed through mount Ephraim, and
9. 4 they passed through, .and he passed thr.
9. 27 pass on before us, and he passed on, but
14. 8 Behold, we will pass over unto (these)men
14. 23 and the battle passed over unto Beth-aven
15. 12 is gone about, and passed on, and gone d.
27. 2 he passed over with the six hundred men
29. 2 lords of the I hilistines passed on by hun.
19. 2 David and his men passed on in the rere.
a Sa. 2. 29 passed over Jordan, and went through all
10. 17 and passed over Jordan, and came to H.
15. 18 all his servants passed on beside him ; and
15. 18 six hundred men. .passed on before the
15. 22 pass over. And Ittai theGittite passed o.
15. 23 passed over: the king, .passed over theb.
15. 23 people passed over, toward the way of the
15. 33 If thou passest on with me, then thou sh.
17. 1 6 speedily pass over ; lest the king be swa.
17. 21 pass quickly over the water: for thus ha.
17. 22 passed over Jordan : by the mominglight
17. 24 Absalom passed over Jordan, he and all
24. 5 passed over Jordan, and pitched in Aroer
1 Ki. 2. 37 on the day thou. .passest over the brook
9. 8 every one that passeth by it shall be ast.
73. 25 men passed by, and saw the carcase cast
1 8. 6 divided the land . .to pass throughout it
19. ii LORD passed by, and a great and strong
19. 19 passed by him, and cast his mantle upon
20. 39 as the king passed by, he cried unto the
2 Ki. 4. 8 passed to Shunem. .And., as he passed by
4. 9 holy man of God which passeth by us con.
4. 31 passed on before them, and laid the staff
6. 9 Beware that thou pass not such a place
6. 30 passed by upon the wall, and the ieople
12. 4 money of every one that passeth (the ac.\
14. 9 there passed by a wild beast that (was) in
1 Ch.ig. 17 passed over Jordan, and came upon them
2 Ch. 7. 21 astonishment to everyone that passeth by
25. 18 there passed by a wild beast that (was) in
30. 10 passed from city to city through the co.
Neh. 2.14 (there was) no place for the beast .. to pass
Job 6. 15 as the stream of brooks they pass away
11. 16 remember (it) as waters (that) pass away
14. 5 appointed his bounds that he cannot pass
15. 19 given, andnostrangerpassed amongthem
19. 8 fenced up my way that I cannot pa. and
30. 15 and my welfare passeth away as a cloud
34. 20 be troubled at midnight, and pass away
37. 21 but the wind passeth, and cleanseththem
Psa. 8. 8 passeth through the paths of the seas
18. 12 thick clouds passed, hail(stones)and coals
37. 36 Yet he passed away, and, lo, he (was) not
48. 4 kings were assembled, they passed by to.
80. 12 so that all they which pass by the way do
84. 6 passing through the valley of Baca make
89. 41 All that pass by the way spoil him : he is
103. 16 Forthe wind passethover it, and itisgone
104. 9 set a bound that they may not pass over
144. 4 his days(are)as a shadow that passeth away
148. 6 hath made a decree which shall not pass
Prov. 4. 15 pass not by it, turn from it, and passaway
8. 29 waters should not pass his commandment
10. 25 As the whirlwind passeth, so (is) the wick.
19. ii (it is)his glory to pass over a transgression
22. 3 but the simple pass on, and are punished
26. 17 He that passeth by, (and) meddleth with
27. 12 (but) the simple pass on, (and) are punis.
Song 3. 4 (Itwas)butalittlethatlpassedfromthem
laa. 8. 21 they shall pass through it hardly bestead
23. 2 merchantsof Zidon, that passover the sea
23. 6 Pass ye over to Tarshish; howl, ye inha.
23. 10 Pass through thy land as a river, O daug.
23. 12 passovertoChittim; there also shalt thou
28. 15, 18 the overflowing scourge shall pass th.
28. 19 for morning by morning shall it pass over
29. 5 as chaff that passeth away ; yea, it shall
31. 9 he shall pass over to his strong hold for
33. 21 neither shall gallant ship pass thereby
34. 10 none shall pass through it for ever and e.
35. 8 unclean shall not pass over it ; but it (shall
40. 27 my judgment is passed over from my God
41. 3 pursued them, (and) passed safely ;(even)
43. 2 When thou passest through the waters, I
47. 2 uncover the thigh, pass over the rivers
51. 10 the sea a way for the ransomed to pass o.?
Jer. 2. 6 a land that no man passed through, and
2. 10 For pass overthe isles of Chittim, and see
5. 22 a perpetual decree, that it cannot pass it
5. 22 they roar, yet can they not pass over it ?
8.13 have given them shall pass away from them
9. 10 so that none can pass through (them) ; n.
9. 12 like a wilderness, that none passeth th.?
13. 24 passeth away by the wind of the wilder.
1 8. 1 6 every one that passeth thereby shall be
19. 8 every one that passeth thereby shall be
22. 8 many nations shall pass by this city, and
33. 13 shallthe flocks pass again under the hands
34. 18 and passed between the parts thereof
34. 19 which passed between the parts of the c.
51. 43 neither doth (any) son of man pass thereby
Lam i. 12 (Is it) nothing to you, all ye that pass by?
2. 15 All that pass by clap (their) hands at thee
3. 44 that (our) prayer should not passthruiigh
4. 21 the cup also shall pass through unto thee
Eze. 5. 14 a reproach, .in the sight of all that pass by
(,. 17 pestilence and blood shall pass through
14. 15 that no man may passthrough because of
16. 6 when I passed by thee, and saw thee pol.
16. 8 when I passed by thee, and looked upon
16. 15 on every one that passed by; his it was
16. 25 hast opened, .to everyone that passed by
PASS 733 PASSOVER
Ezo. 29. ii No foot of man shall pass through it, nor
29. ii foot of beast shall pass through i*, neither
33. 28 be desolate, that none shall pass through
35. 7 cut off from it him that passeth out and
36. 34 desolate in the sight of all that passed by
39. 15 the passengers(that)pass through the land
47. 5 river that 1 could not pass over: for the
Dan. n.io certainly come, and overflow, and pass t.
11. 40 enter, .and shall overflow and pass over
Hos. 10. it but I passed over upon her fair neck: I
Joel 3. 17 no strangers pass through her any ii>ore
Amos 5. 5 pass not to Beer-sheba : for Gilgal shall
5. 17 for I will pass through thee, saith the L.
6. 2 Pass ye unto Calneh, and see ; and from
7. 8 I will not again pass by them any more
8. 2 I will not again pass by them any more
Jon. 2. 3 thy billows and thy waves passed over me
Mic. i. ii Pass ye away, tliou inhabitant of Saphir
2. 8 from them that pass by securely as men
2. 13 have broken up, and have passed through
2. 13 their king shall pass before them, and the
7. 18 passeth by the transgression of the rein.
Nah. 1. 12 be cut down, when he shall pass through
1. 15 wicked shall no more pass through thee
3. 19 upon whom hath not thy wickedness pa.
Hab. i. 1 1 he shall pass over, and offend, (imputing)
3. 10 the overflowing of the water passed by
Zeph. 2. 2 the day pass as the chaff, before the fierce
2. 15 every one that passeth by her shall hiss
3. 6 their streets waste, that none passeth by
Zech. 7. 14 that no man passed through nor returned
9. 8 because of him that passeth by, and be.
9. 8 no oppressor shall pass through them any
10. ii shall pass through the sea with affliction
G. To cause to pass over, 13^ abar, 5.
Lev. 18. 21 not let. .pass through (the fire) toMolech
Jer. 46. 17 Pharaoh, .hath passed the time appointed
7. To pass by or on, rny adah.
Job 28. 8 trodden it ; nor the fierce lion passed by
8. To pass by or on, rny. adah.
Dan. 3. 27 nor the smell of fire had passed on them
7. 14 dominion, which shall not pass away
9. To leap or pass over, np pasach.
Exodi2. 13 when I see the blood, I will pass over you
12. 23 LORD will pass over the door, and will not
12. 27 who passed over the houses of the childr.
10. To turn up, behave, avaffrpe^w anastrepho.
i Pe. 1.17 pass the time of your sojourning (here)
11. To go up through, SiaBatvta diabaino.
Lukei6. 26 so that they which would pass from hence
Heb. ii. 29 By faith they passed through the Red sea
12. Tn })ass over through, Ziairepaua diaperao.
Matt. 9. i passed over, and came into his own city
Mark 5. 21 when Jesus was passed over again by ship
6. 53 when they had passed over, they came
~L3.To 2>ass on through, Stairopfvouaidiaporeuomai.
LukeiS. 36 hearing the multitude pass by, he asked
14. To come or go through, 8iepxouat dierchomai.
Mark 4. 35 saith. .Let us pass over unto the other si
Luke 4. 30 passing through the midst of them went
17. ii passed through the midst of Samaria and
19. i (Jesus) entered and passed through Jer.
19. 4 climbed up .. for he was to pass that (way)
Acts 8. 40 passing through he preached in all the c.
9. 32 came to pass, as Peter passed throughput
14. 24 after they had passed throughout Pisid.
15. 3 theypassed through Phenice and Samaria
17. 23 For as I passed by, and beheld your dev.
18. 27 he was disposed to pass into Achaia, the
19. i Paul having passed through the upper c.
19. 21 when he had passed through Macedonia
Rom. 5. 12 death passed upon all men, for that all
1 Co. 10. i under the cloud, and all passed through
16. 5 come unto you, when I shall pass through
16. 5 Macedonia : for I do pass through Mace.
2 Co. 1. 16 [to pass] by you into Macedonia, and to
15. To travel through, Siootvw diodeuo.
Acts 17.
i when they had passed through Amphip.
16. To come, JlpxofJ.a.i erchomai.
Acts 5. 15 shadow of Peter passing by might oversh.
17. To go up over, yuerajScu fco metabaino.
i Jo. 3. 14 We know that we have passed from death
18. To lead along by, irapdya) parago.
Matt. 9. 9 as Jesus passed forth from thence, he saw
20. 30 when they heard that Jesus passed by, c.
Mark 2. 14 as he passed by, he saw Levi the (son) of
15. 21 who passed by, coming out of the country
John 8. 59 [Jesus hid himself . . and so passed by]
9. i as (Jesus) passed by, he saw a man which
i Co. 7. 31 for the fashion of this world passeth aw.
i Jo. 2. 17 world passeth away, and the lust there.
19. To lie along by, irapa\fyofj.at paralegomai.
Acts 27. 8 hardly passing it, came unto a place wh.
20. To pass on along, irapairopevofj,atparaporeuomai.
Matt 27. 39 they that passed by reviled him, wagging
Mark 9. 30 departed thence, and [passed] through
1 1 . 20 as they passed by, they saw the fig tree
1 5 29 they that passed by railed on him , wagging
21. To come or go along, irap(pxofJ.ai parerchomai.
Matt 5. 18 Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one
5. 1 8 tittle shall in no wise pass from the law
8. 28 so that no man might pass by that way
34. 34 Thia generation shall not pass, till all t.
Matt 24. 35 pass away, but my words shall not pass a.
26. 39 if it be possible, let this cup pass from
26. 42 if this cup may not pass away from me
Mark 6. 48 saw them toiling, .would have passed by
13. 30 generation shall not pass, till all these t.
13. 31 pass away, but my words shall not pass a.
14. 35 if it were possible, the hour might pass
Luken. 42 pass over judgment ami the love of God
1 6. 17 it is easier for heaven and earth to pass
18. 37 told him, that Jesusof Nazareth passethby
21. 32 generation shall not pass away till all be
21.33 pass away ; but my words shall not pass a.
Acts 16. 8 they passing by Mysia came down to Tr.
2 Co. 5. 17 old things are passed away ; behold, all
Jas. 1. 10 because as the flower, .he shall pass away
2 Pe. 3. 10 heavens shall pass away with a great no.
Rev. 21. i heaven and the first earth [were passed]
22. To cast over, surpass, virep&d\\(o huperballo.
Eph. 3. 19 love of Christ, which passeth knowledge
23. To hold over, excel, i/irfpex<t> huperechS.
Phil. 4. 7 peace of God, which passeth all underst.
PASS, to bring to
1. To cause to go in, N13 bo, 5.
2 Ki.ig. 25 now have I brought it to pass, that thoush.
Isa. 46. 1 1 I will also bring it to pass ; I have purpo.
2. To finish, determine, .175 kalah, 3.
Prov 16. 30 moving his lips he bringeth evil to pass
3. To do, make, 13V abad.
Isa. 28. 21 and bring to pass his act, his strange act
PASS, to be brought to
To become, yivouai ginomai.
i Co. 15. 54 then shall be brought to pass the saying
PASS, can
To pass through, Stairtpdca diaperao.
Lukeifi. 26 neither can they pass to us, that (would
PASS, to come to -
To be done, made, tyy. asah, 2.
Eze. 12. 25 word that I shall speak shall come to pass
[See under Come to pass.]
PASS (by or through), to make (cause, let) to
To cause to pass over, njj; abar, 5.
Gen. 8. i God made a wind to pass over the earth
Exod33. 19 will make all my goodness pass before
Num 27. 7 cause the inheritance, .to pass unto them
27. 8 cause his inheritance to pass unto his da.
Deut. 2. 30 would not let us pass by him : for the L.
1 8. 10 maketh his son. .to pass through the fire
1 Sa. 16. 8 called Abinadab, and made him pass bef.
16. 9 Then Jesse made Shammah to pass by
16. 10 Jesse made seven of his sons to pass bef.
2 Sa. 12. 31 made them pass through the brick kiln
2 Ki. 16. 3 made his son to pass through the fire, a.
17. 17 they caused their sons, .to pass through
21. 6 he made his son pass through the fire, and
23. 10 no man might make his son. .pass through
2 Ch.33. 6 caused his children to pass through the
Psa. 78.13 caused them to pass through ; and he made
136. 14 made Israel to pass through the midst of
Jer. 15. 14 I will make (thee) to pass with thine ene.
32. 35 cause their sons, .to pass through (the fi.)
Eze. 5. i cause (it) to pass upon thine head and up.
14. 15 If I cause noisome beasts to pass through
1 6. 21 cause them to pass through (the fire) for
io. 26 caused to pass through (the fire) all that
20. 31 when ye make your sons to pass through
20. 37 I will cause you to pass under the rod, and
23. 37 caused their sons., to pass for them throu.
37. 2 And caused me to pass by them round ab.
46. 21 caused me to pass by the four corners of
Zech. 3. 4 caused thine iniquity to pass from thee
13. 2 will cause the prophets . . to pass out of the
PASS by on the other side, to
To come along over against, avTiira.pfpxofJ.ai anti.
Luke io. 31 saw him, he passed by on the other side
io. 32 looked, .and passed by on the other side
PASS the flower of one s age, to
Beyond the point (of age), inrtpa.Kfj.os huperakmos.
i Co. 7. 36 if she pass the flower of (her) age, and n.
PASS, place where it shall
Passage, ford, 135;.? maabar.
Isa. 30. 32 place where the grounded staff shall pass
PASS on through
To come before, irpofpxofJ,at jtroerchomai.
Acts 12. io went out, and passed on through one st.
PASSAGE
I. Passage, ford, n3J?.o maabar.
i Sa. 13. 23 garrison", .went out to the passage of Mi.
2. Passage, ford. fjsyo mabarah.
Judgi2. 5 Gileadites took the passages of Jordan be.
12. 6 took him, and slew him at the passages of
i Sa. 14. 4 between the passages, by which Jonathan
"fsa. io. 29 They are gone over the passage : they have
Jer. 51. 32 passages are stopped, and the reeds they
^.Passage, T3y eber.
Jer. 22. 20 ery from the passages : for all thy lovers
PASSAGE, to give
To pass over, njy abar.
Num jo. 21 refused t* give Israel passage through his
PASSED (away or over), to b
1. To fronL, turn the face, n^p panah.
Psa. 90. 9 For all our days are passed away in thy w.
2. To pass over, T3y abar.
Nuni33. 5 1 When ye are passed over Jordan into the
Deut 27. 3 when thou art passed over, that thou m.
Josh. 3. 17 until all the people were passed clean over
4. i, ii when all the people were clean passed o.
4. 23 until ye were passed over, as the LORD your
Isa. io. 28 He is come to Aiath, he is passed to Mig.
Jer. ii. 15 holy flesh is passed from thee ? when thou
3. To be passed over, ~\yy abar, 2.
Eze. 47. 5 a river that could not be passed over
4. To come or go away or off, cur fpxofj.au aperchomai.
Rev. am. 4 for the former things are passed away
5. To come or go through, $itpxofj.at dierchomai.
Heb. 4. 14 high priest, that is passed into the heavens
6. To go up over, fitraftaivta metabaino.
John 5. 24 not come . .but is passed from death unto
PASSENGER
1. To pass over the way, "^~r\ njy abar (partic.) derek.
Prov. 9. 15 To call passengers who go right on their
2. To pass over, 13^ abar (partic. ).
Eze. 39. ii valley of the passengers on the east of the
39. ii it shall stop the (noses) of the passengers
39. 14 bury with the passengers those that rem.
39. 15 passengers (that) pass through the land
PASSING (over)
1. To pass over, "oy abar.
Judgig. 1 8 We (are) passing from Beth-lehem-judah
2 Sa. 15. 24 until all the people had done passing out
2 Ki. 6. 26 as the king of Israel was passing by upon
Prov. 7. 8 Passing through the street near her corner
Eze. 39. 14 passing through the land, to bury with the
2. To leap or pass over, np? pasach.
Isa. 31. 5 As birds flying, .passing over he will pre.
PASSION
To suffer, irdffx^ pascho.
Acts i. 3 he showed himself alive after his passion
PASSIONS, of or subject to like
Suffering like things, ofj.oioira.Qris homoiopathes.
Acts 14. 15 We also are men of like passions with you
Jas. 5. 17 Elias was a man subject to like passions
PASSOVER (offering)
1.^4 passing over, the passover festival, rips pesach.
Exodi2. ii eat it in haste : it (is) the LORD S passover
12. 21 take you a lamb . .and kill the passover
12. 27 It
(is) the sacrifice of the LORD S passover
12. 43 This (is) the ordinance of the passover
12. 48 will keep the passover to the LORD, letall
34. 25 sacrifice of the feast of the passover be
Lev. 23. 5 first month at even (is) the LORD S passov.
Num. 9. 2 Let the children, .also keep the passover
9. 4 spake, .that they should keep the passov.
9. 5 they kept the passover on the fourteenth
9. 6 that they could not keep the passover on
9. io yet he shall keep the passover unto the L.
9. 12 according to all the ordinances of the pa.
9. 13 forbeareth to keep the passover, even the
9. 14 and will keep the passover unto the LORD
9. 14 according to the ordinance of the passov.
28. 16 the first month (is) the passover of the L.
33. 3 on the morrow after the passover the ch.
Deuti6. i keep the passover unto the LORD thy G.
16. 2 Thou shall therefore sacrifice the passover
16. 5 Thou niayest not sacrifice the passover w.
16. 6 there thou shalt sacrifice the passover at
Josh. 5. io kept the passover on the fourteenth day
5. ii did eat. .on the morrow after the passo.
2 Ki.23. 21 Keep the passover unto the LORD yourG.
23. 22 there was not holden such a passover from
23. 23 passover was holdeu to the LORD in Jerus.
2 Ch.3o. i, 5 keep the passover unto the LORD God
30. 2 keep the passover in the second mouth
30. 15 killed the passoyer on the fourteenth (day)
30. 17 charge of the killing of the passovers for
30. 1 8 yet did they eat the passover otherwise
35 . i kept a passover . . and they killed the pas.
35. 6 So kill the passover, and sanctify yoursel.
35. 7 all for the passoyer offerings, for all that
35. 8 gave unto the priests for the passover off.
35. 9 gave unto the Levites for passover offer.
35. ii killed the passover, and the priests spri.
35. 13 roasted the passover with fire according
35. 16 keep the passover, and to offer burnt off.
35. 17 kept the passover at that time, and the
35. 18 there was no passover like to that kept in
35. 18 keep such a passover as Josiah kept, and
35. 19 In the eighteenth year, .was this passover
Ezra 6. 19 kept the passover upon the fourteenth
6. 20 killed the passover for all the children of
Eze. 45. 21 ye shall have the passover, a feast of seven
I.Passover, (from Heb. nps) isiv-^a. pascha.
Matt 26. 2 after two days is (the feast of) the passo.
26. 17 we prepare for thee to eat the passover
26. 1 8 will keep the passover at thy house with
26. 19 appointed, .and they made ready the pas.
Marki4- i After two days was (the feast of) the pas.
14. 12 when they killed the passover, his discip.
14. 12 prepare that thou mayest eat the passov.
14.14 where I shall eat the passover with my d.
14. 16 them : and they made ready the passover
Luke 2. 41 went., every year at (he feast of the pans.
PAST 734 PATRIARCH
Lukezz. i feast, .drew nigh, which is called the pas.
22. 7 Then came the day. .when the passover
22. 8 Go and prepare us the passover, that we
22. ii where I shall eat the passover with my d.
22. 13 them : and they made ready the passover
22. 15 have desired to eat this passover with you
John 2. 13 passover was at hand; and Jesus went up
2. 23 when he was in Jerusalem at the passover
6. 4 the passover, a feast of the Jews, was nigh
, ,. 55 Jews passover was nigh at hand : and in.
n. 55 went, .up to Jerusalem before the passo.
12. i six days before the passover, came to Be.
13. i Now before the feast of the passover, wh.
1 8. 28 but that they might eat the passover
18. 39 release unto you one at the passover: wi.
19. 14 it was the preparation of the passover, and
i Co. 5. 7 For even Christ our passover is sacrificed
Heb ii. 28 Through faith he kept the passover, and
PAST
I.Tin there is not, J X ny ad en.
Job 9. 10 Which doeth great things past finding out
2. Before, Dij? qedem,
Job 29. 2 Oh that I were as (in) mouths past, as (in)
3. First, jie>O
rishon.
Deut. 4. 32 For ask now of the days that are past, w.
4. Beyand, irapa. (acc.^ para.
Heb. ii. n was delivered of a child when she was p.
5. To pass away, Traptpxo/J-ai parerchomai.
i Pe. 4. 3 For the time past of (our) life may suffice
6. To pass or go along, -rrapoixo^ai paroichomai.
Acts 14. 16 Who in times past sulfered all nations to
PAST, to be
I. To turn aside, "no sur.
1 Sa. 15. 32 said, Surely the bitterness of death is past
2. To pass over, -gy abar.
Gen. 50. 4 when the days of his mourning were past
Num^i. 22 will go along . .until we be past thy border
2 Sa. ii. 27 when the mourning was past, David sent
16. i when David was a little past the top (of
i Ki.iS. 29 when midday was past, and they prophe.
Job 17.11 My days are past, my purposes are broken
Psa. 90. 4 as yesterday when it is past, and (as) aw.
Song 2. ii the winter is past, the rain is over (and)
Jer. 8. 20 The harvest is past, the summer is ended
3. To be pursued, m radaph, 2.
Eccl. 3. 15 and God requireth that which is past
4. To turn back, 3?r shub.
Job 14. 13 keep me secret, until thy wrath be past
5.7*0 come away or off, a.Trtpxoua.1 aperchomai.
Rev. 9. 12 One woe ispast ; (and)behold, there come
11. 14 The second woe is past ; (and), behold, the
6. To become, yivopai ginomai.
Luke 9. 36 when the voice was past, Jesus was found
a Ti. 2. 1 8 saying that the resurrection is past alrea.
7. To become through or past, Siayivofj.cn diaginomai.
Marki6. i when the sabbath was past, MaryMagda.
8. To come through, 8/px,ua dierchomai.
Acts 12. 10 When they were past the first and the se.
9. To lead alongside, ira.pa.yu paragd.
i Jo. 2. 8 because the darkness is past, and the true
10. To come alongside, waptpxa/J-ai parerchomai.
Matti4. istimeisnowpast; send the multitude away
Acts 27. 9 because the fast was now already past, P.
11. To become before, irpoyivofj.ai proginomai.
Rom. 3. 25 for the remission of sins that are past, th.
PAST finding out
Not to be traced out, a.vf^ixvia<rros anexichniastos.
Rom ii. 33 unsearchable, .his ways past finding out
PAST, in time
1. Long ago, formerly, anciently, ird\ai palai.
Heb. i. i spake in time past unto the fathers by the
2. Once, at some time or other, irort pote.
Rom ii. 30 For as ye in times past have not believed
Gal. i. 13 For ye have heard, .in times past in the
1. 23 he which persecuted us in times past now
Eph. 2. 2 Wherein in time past ye walked according
2. 3 had our conversation in time past in the
2. ii ye (being) in time past Gentiles in the fie.
Phm. ii in time past was to thee unprofitable, hut
i Pe. 2. 10 Which in time past (were) not a people
PASTOR
1. To feed, nyt raah (partic.).
Jer. 2. 8 the pastors also transgressed against me
3. 15 I will give you pastors according to mine
10. 21 the pastors are become brutish, and have
12. 10 Many pastors have destroyed my vineyard
17. 16 I have not hastened from (being) a pastor
22. 22 The wind shall eat up all thy pastors, and
23. i Woe be unto the pastors that destroy and
23. 2 saith . . against the pastors that feedmype.
2. Shepherd, feeder, iroipriv poimen.
Eph. 4. ii evangelists ; and some, pastors and teac.
PASTURE, (fat or large)
I. Fat pasture, nj kar.
Psa. 65. 13 The pastures are clothed with flocks ; the
I*a. 30. 23 day shall thy cattle feed in large pastures
2. Pasture, feeding, ny*) mireh.
Gen. 47. 4 thy servants have no pasture fortheir flo.
i Ch. 4. 39 they went, .to seek pasture for their flocks
4. 40 they found fat pasture and good, and the
4. 41 (there was) pasture there for their flocks
Job 39. 8 The range of the mountains (is) his past.
Isa. 32. 14 dens, .a joy of wild asses, a pasture of flo.
Lam. i. 6 are become like harts (that) find no pas.
Eze. 34. 14 I will feed them in a good pasture, and
34. 14 (in) a fat pasture shall they feed upon the
34. 18 to nave eaten up the good pasture, but ye
34. 18 treaddown. .the residue of your pastures?
Joel i. 1 8 they have no pasture ; yea, the flocks of
3.Pasture, feeding, ivy))? marith.
Psa. 74. i smoke against the sheep of thy pasture ?
79. 13 So we thy people, and sheep of thy past.
95. 7 we (are) the people of his pasture, and the
100. 3 his people, and the sheep of his pasture
Isa. 49. 9 their pastures (shall be) in all high places
Jer. 23. i destroy and scatter the sheep of my past.
25. 36 for the LOKD hath spoiled their pasture
Eze. 34. 31 And ye my flock, the flock of my pasture
Hos. 13. 6 According to their pasture, so were they
4. A watered country or place, n^iff!? mashqeh.
Eze. 45. 15 outof the fat pastures of Israel, forameat.
5. Comely place, habitation, pasture, nw naah.
Psa. 23. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green past.
65. 12 They drop (upon) the pastures of the wil.
Joel i. 19, 20 devoured the pastures of the wilderness
2. 22 the pastures of the wilderness do spring
6. Pasture, feeding place, y> rei.
i K i. 4. 23 twenty oxen out of the pastures, and an
7. Pasture, food, vofj.r) nome.
Johuio. 9 and shall go in and out, and find pasture
PA-TA -RA, ndrapa.
A city on the coast of Lycia in Asia Minor, nearly
opposite to Rhodes, with a famous oracle of Apollo,
about forty miles W. of Myra ; it is now in ruins.
Acts 21. i we came, .unto Rhodes, .thence unto P.
PATE
Pate, crown of the head, ipiiJ qodqod.
Psa. 7. 16 dealing shall come down upon his own p.
PATH, PATHWAY
I.Path, customary road, rryt orach.
Gen. 49. 17 an adder in the path, that biteth the horse
Job 6. 18 The paths of their way are turned aside
8. 13 So (are) the paths of all that forget God
13. 27 and lookest narrowly unto all my paths
33. ii feet in the stocks, he marketh all my paths
Psa. 8. 8 fish., passeth through the paths of the seas
16. ii Thou wilt show me the path of life : in
17. 4 I have kept (me from) the paths of the d.
25. 4 Showme thy ways, O LORD, teach me thy p.
25. 10 All the paths of the LORD (are) mercy and
27. ii lead me in a plain path, because of mine
139. 3 Thou compassest my path and my lying
Prov. 2. 8 He keepeth the paths of judgment, and p.
2. 13 Who leave the paths of uprightness, to
2.19 neither take they hold of the paths of life
2. 20 That thou mayest. .keep the paths of the
3. 6 acknowledge him . .he shall direct thy pa.
4. 18 the path of the just (is) as the shining 1.
5. 6 Lest thou shouldest ponder the path of 1.
Isa. 2. 3 we will walk in his paths : for out of Zion
3. 12 to err, and destroy the way of thy paths
40. 14 taught him in the path of judgment and
Mic. 4. 2 and we will walk in his paths: for the law
2. Highway, nVpp mesillah.
Isa. 59. 7 wasting and destruction (are) in their p.
Joel 2. 8 they shall walk every one in his path : and
3. A path for waggons, broad path, VjV5 magal.
Psa. 23. 3 leadeth me in the paths of righteousness
65. ii Thou crownest. .and thy paths drop fatn.
Prov. 2. 9 judgment, and equity ; (yea), every good p.
4. 1 1 I have taught . . I have led thee in right p.
4. 26 Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy
Isa. 26. 7 thou. .dost weigh the path of the just
4.A path for waggons, broad path, .1^9 magalah.
Psa. 17. 5 Holdup my goings in thy paths, (that) my
Prov. 2. 15 crooked, and(they)froward in their paths
2. 1 8 house inclineth unto death, and her paths
5.A narrow path, ^yvo mishol.
JJum 21. 24 the angel of the LORD stood in a path of
6. .4 trodden path, 2 Ji} nathib.
Job 28. 7 a path which no fowl knoweth, and which
41. 32 He maketh a path to shine after him ; (one)
Psa. 1 19. 35 to go in the path of thy commandments
7.A trodden path, nynj nethibah.
Job 19. 8 and he hath set darkness in my paths
24. 13 know not. .nor abide inthepathsthereof
30. 13 They mar my path, they set forward my
38. 20 shouldest know the paths (to) the house
Psa nq. 105 word (is) a lamp, .and a light unto my p.
142. 3 thou knewest my path. In the way wher.
Prov. i. 15 son . .refrain thy foot from their path
3. 17 pleasantness, and all her paths (are) pe.
7. 25 to her ways, go not astray in her paths
8. 2 by the way in the places of the paths
8. 20 I lead . . in the midst of the paths of judg.
Isa. 42. 16 I will lead them inpaths(that) they have
43. 16 which maketh. .a path in the mighty wat.
58. 1 2 called . . The restorer of the paths to dwell
59. 8 hav made them crooked path* : whoso.
Jer. 6. 1 6 ask for the old paths, where (is) the good
1 8. 15 to walk in paths, (in) a way not cast up
Lam. 3. 9 inclosed my ways . . he hath made my path
Ilos. 2. 6 make a wall . . she shall not find her paths
S.A going on,path,h*3? shebil[Jer. 18.15, v.L. <mv]-
Psa. 77 19 thy path in the great waters, and thy fo.
Jer. 18. 15 them to stumble, .(from) the ancient paths
9.A rubbed or trodden path, rpiftos tribes.
Matt. 3. 3 Prepare ye the way . .make his paths str.
Mark i. 3 Prepare ye the way. .make his paths str.
Luke 3. 4 Prepare ye the way. .make his paths str.
10.A track, rpox d trochia.
Heb. 12. 13 make straight paths for your feet, lestth.
11. .4 path way, i^nj yn derek nethibah.
Prov 12. 28 (inj the pathway (thereof there is) no death
PATH -ROS, oi-ins.
Upper Egypt or thebaid, as distiiiKuished from Mazor,
Lower Egypt, and Mizraim, including both. See Jer.
44. i; 44. 15 ; Eze. 29. 14 and 30. 14.
Isa. ii. ii his people, which shall be left, from. .P.
Jer. 44. i at Noph, and in the country of P., saying
44. 1 5 all the people that dwelt . . in P. , answered
Eze. 29. 14 cause them to return (into) the land of P.
30. 14 And I will make P. desolate, and will set
PATH-RU -SIM, D-p-iri?.
A descendant of the fifth son of Mizraim sou of Ham.
Gen. 10. 14 P., and Casluhim, out of whom came Ph.
1 Ch. i. 12 P., and Casluhim, of whom came the Ph.
PATIENCE
I. Forbearance, long suffering, fj.axpo6vuia makroth.
Heb. 6. 12 who through faith and patience inherit
Jas. 5. 10 example of suffering affliction, and of pa.
2. Endurance, continuance, uirop.ov-1] hupomone.
Luke 8. 15 keep (it), and bring forth fruit with pat.
21. 19 In your patience possess ye your souls
Rom. 5. 3 knowing that tribulation worketh patien.
5. 4 patience, experience : and experience, h.
8. 25 (then) do we with patience wait for (it)
15. 4 we through patience and comfort of the
15. 5 the <jod ot patience and consolation gra.
2 Co. 6. 4 much patience, in afflictions, in necessities
12. 12 were wrought among you in all patience
Col. i. ii unto all patience and long suffering with
1 Th. i. 3 patience of hope in our Lord Jesus Christ
2 Th. i. 4 for your patience and faith in all your
1 Ti. 6. ii godliness, faith, love, patience, meekness
2 Ti. 3. 10 my . . faith, long suffering, charity, pat.
Titus 2. 2 be. .sound in faith, in charity, in patience
Heb. 10. 36 ye have need of patience, that, after ye
12. i let us run with patience the race that is
Jas. i. 3 the trying of your faith worketh patience
1. 4 let patience have (her) perfect work, that
5. ii Ye have heard of the patience of Job, and
2 Pe. i. 6 to temperance patience ; and to patience
Rev. i. 9 in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Ch.
2. 2 thy works, and thy labour, and thy patie.
2. 3 hast borne, and hast patience, and for my.
2. 19; 3. 10 ; 13. 10 ; 14. 12.
PATIENT waiting
Endurance, virofj.ovfi hupomone, 2 Th. 3. 5.
PATIENCE, to have Gong)
To forbear, bear long, fuucpoQvufm makrothumeS.
Matt 18. 26, 29 have patience with me, and I will pay
Jas. 5. 7 hath long patience fork, until he receive
PATIENT
I. Long, i\~!.t} arek.
Eccl. 7. 8 the patient in spirit (is) better than the p.
^.Holding up under evil, avf^tKaKos anexikakos.
2 Ti. 2. 24 gentle unto all (men), apt to teach, pati.
3. Yielding, lenient, iirittichs epieikes.
i Ti. 3. 3 but patient, not a brawler, not covetous
4.7*0 remain under, faroulroi hupomenO.
Rom 12. 12 patient in tribulation jcontinuiug instant
PATIENT, to be
To forbear, suffer long, (uucpoQvftfa makrothumeo.
i Th. 5. 14 support the weak, be patient toward all
Jas. 5. 7 Be patient therefore, brethren, unto the
5. 8 Be ye also patient ; stablish your hearts
PATIENTLY, (to take)
1.7*0 wait, expect, njjj qavah, 3.
Psa. 40. i I waited patiently for the LORD ; and he
2. Forbearingly, with long suffering, luutpoOtfua.
Acts 26. 3 wherefore I beseech thee to hear me pat.
3. To remain under, viropttxa hiipomeniJ.
i Pe. 2. 20 ye shalliake is patiently , .ye take it pat
[See also Continuance, endure, wait, waiting.]
PAT -MOS, Tldrpos.
A sterile island about thirty miles in circumference, in
the ^Egean Sea, S. W. of Samoa, and forty-five miles W. of
M ilctus; now called Patino, or Patimo, or Patmosa, and
reckoned among the Sporades, with an excellent
harbour.
Rev. i. 9 was in the isle that is called P., for the
PATRIARCH
Head of a father s house, jrarpiapx^ patriarches.
Acts 2. 29 let me freely speak unto you of the patr.
7. 8 and so . . Jacob (begat) the twelve patria.
PATRIMONY 735 PAY
Acts 7. 9 the patriarchs, moved with envy, sold Jo.
ileb. 7. 4 the patriarch Abrahamgave the tenth of
PATRIMONY, of hit
Upon (concerning) the fathers (clans), rnaKrrSy [al].
l)uut 1 8. 8 that which cometh of the sale of his pat.
PA-THO -BAS, narp40as.
A believer in Rome to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom. 16. 14 Salute Asyncritus..P., liermes..aud the
PATTERN
1. Sight, appearance, n^jT^mareh.
Num. 8. 4 pattern which the LORD had showed Mo
2. Building, far m, pattern, n ;an tabnith.
Josh 22. 28 the pattern of the altar of the LORD, wh.
lli.n I ... 9 the pattern of the tabernacle, and the p.
25. 40 look that thou make (them) after their p.
2 Ki. 16. 10 the pattern of it, according to all the
i Ch.28. ii the pattern of the porch, and of the houses
28. 13 the pattern of all that he had by the spirit
28. 1 8 pattern of the chariot of the cherubim
28. 19 understand, .all the works of thia pattern
3. Standard, measurement, n pn toknith.
Eze. 43. 10 show, .and let them measure the pattern
4. A type, model, TUJTOS tupos.
Titus 2. 7 showing thyself a pattern of good works
Heb. 8. 5 according to the pattern showed to thee
S.An exhibition, pattern, virdSfiyna hupodeigma.
Heb. 9. 23 that the patterns of things in the heavens
6. An under or lesser type,viroTvir-u(Tis hupoluposis.
i Ti. i. 16 a pattern to them which should hereafter
PA -TJ, y? a yawning deep.
The city of Hadar, the last of the early kings of Edom.
Gen. 36. 39 the name of his city (was) P. ; and his w.
[See PAL]
PATTL, PATJLTJS, IlauAos little.
l.The surname of the Roman deputy at Paphas who
believed the gospel when Elymas the sorcerer was
struck blind.
Acts 13. 7 Sergius P., a prudent man; who called
2. The apostle of the Gentiles, whose original name was
Saul. He was of the tribe of Benjamin, a Hebrew of
the Hebrews, born in Tarsus, the chief city of Cilicia,
in Asia Minor. He was brought up a Pharisee, and
educated at Jerusalem, at the feet of Gamaliel, a cele
brated Rabbi. His vernacular tongue was Greek, but
his residence in Palestine gave him a knowledge of the
Syro-chaldaic of that day, which is called in the New
Testament "Hebrew." He was acquainted with several
of the ancient Greek poets, whom he occasionally
quotes. Like all Jews, he was brought up to a trade,
which, in his case, was that of a tent maker. His resi
dence at Jerusalem augmented his natural regard for
Judaism, and led him, while yet a young man, to bear
his testimony against Christianity, by consenting to the
martyrdom of Stephen, and watching over the clothes
of those who stoned him.
Soon the great landmarks of his life began to appear.
Foremost of all was his conversion, A.D. 38, which became
the main root of his after life Then his evangelistic
labours at Antioch, A.D 42 ; his missionary journey in
the eastern part of Asia Minor, in which he first assumed
the character of an apostle to the Gentiles ; his visit to
Jerusalem, A.D. 50, to settle the question of the relation
of the Gentiles to the law of Moses; his second mission
ary journey whenhe introduced the gospel into Europe,
with his visit to Phillipi, Athens, and Corinth. Then
comes his third great missionary journey which was
chiefly marked by a long stay at Ephesus, and interest
ing in connection with the writing of his four leading
Epistles. Then followed his visit to Jerusalem, A.D.
58, and his apprehension there, with his long confine
ment at Cesarea, and his eventual imprisonment at
Rome, A.r>. 61, whence he wrote most of his other
epistles. Of his later history we know nothing. As to
his temperament and character, Paul is himself the best
painter. His humility induced him to abandon the
grand title of "Saul," and assume the humble one of
"Paul," i.e., the "little one," appropriate, perhaps,
from his bodily size, but adopted, no doubt, from that
humility which makes him count himself to be "less
than the least of all saints, and not worthy to be
called an apostle." His speeches and epistles convey to
us the truest impression of him. In these we perceive
the warmth and ardour of his nature, his affectionate
disposition, the tenderness of his sense of honour, the
courtesy and personal dignity of his bearing, and his
perfect frankness. We see also the rare combination
of subtility, tenacity, and versatility existing in his
intellect, with a practical wisdom generally associated
with a cooler temperament than his, and a forbearance
and tolerance seldom united with such impetuous
convictions as he entertained.
Acts 13. 9 ThenSaulwhoalso(iscalled)P.,fllledwith
13. 13 Now when P. and his company loosed from
13. 16 Then P. stood up, and beckoning with
13. 43 many of the Jews, .followed P. and Barn.
3- 45 against, .things which were spoken by P.
13. 46 Then P. and Barnabas waxed bold, and
13. 50 and raised persecution against P. and B.
14. 9 The same heard P. speak: who stedfastly
14. 1 1 And when the people saw what P. had
14. 12 And they called. .P., Mercurius, because
14. 14 when the apostles, Barnabas and P. , heard
14. 19 and, having stoned P., drew (him) out of
15. 2 When therefore P. and Barnabas had no
Acts 15. 2 they determined that P. and Barnabas
15. 12 gave audience to Barnabas and I ., decla.
15. 22 to send, .to Antioch with P. and Burnab.
15. 25 to send, .with our beloved Barnabas. . P.
15. 35 P. also and Barnabascontinued in Antioch
15. 36 And some days after, P. said unto Barna.
15. 38 But P. thought not good to take him with
15. 40 And P. chose Silas, and departed, being re.
16. 3 Him would P. have to go forth with him
16. 9 And a vision appeared to P. in the night
16. 14 unto the things which were spoken of P.
16. 17 The same followed P. and us, and cried
16. 18 But I ., being grieved, turned and said to
16. 19 they caught P. and Silas, and drew (them)
16. 25 And at midnight P. and Silas prayed, and
16. 28 But P. cried with a loud voice, saying, L>o
16. 29 and fell down before P. and Silas
16. 36 And the keeper, .told this saying to P.
16. 37 But Paul said unto them, They havebea.
17. 2 And P., as his manner was, went in unto
17. 4 and consorted witli P. and Silas; and of
17. 10 the brethren immediately sent away P.
17. 13 the word of God was preached of P. atB.
17. 14 immediately the brethren sent away P.
17. 15 And they that conducted P. brought him
17. 16 Now while P. waited for them at Athens
17. 22 Then P. stood in the midst of Mars hill
7- 33 So ? departed from among them
18. i After these things [P.] departed from Ath.
18. 5 P. was pressed in the spirit, and testified
18. 9 Then spake the Lord to P. in the night by
18. 12 the Jews made insurrection, .against P.
iS. 14 And when P. was now about to open (his)
18. 1 8 And P. (after this) tarried (there) yet a
19. i P. having passed through the upper coa.
19. 4 Then said P., John verily baptized with
19. 6 AndwhenP.hadlaid(his)handsuponthe.
19. ii And God wrought, .by the hands of P.
19. 13 We adjure you by Jesus whom P. preach.
19. 15 Jesus I know, and P.I know; but who are
19. 21 P. purposed in the spirit, when he had p.
19. 26 this P. hath persuaded and turned away
19. 29 men of Macedonia, P. s companions in tr.
19. 30 And when P. would have entered in unto
20. i P. called unto (him) the disciples, and em.
20. 7 P. preached unto them, ready to depart
20. 9 and as P. was long preaching, he sunk
20. 10 And P. went down, and fell on him, and
20. 13 there intending to take in P.: for so had
20. 16 For P. had determined to sail by Ephesus
20. 37 and fell on P. s neck, and kissed him
21. 4 who said to P. through the spirit, that he
21. 8 we thatwere of P. s company departed,and
21. ii hetookP. sgirdle, and bound his own han.
21. 13 Then P. answered, What mean ye to weep
21. 1 8 And the (day) following P. went in with
21. 26 Then P. took the men, and the next day
21. 29 whom they supposed that P. had brought
21. 30 and they took P., and drew him out of the
21.32 and when they saw . . they left beating of P.
21. 37 And as P. was to be led into the castle, he
21. 39 But P. said, I am a man (which am) a Jew
21. 40 P. stood on the stairs, and beckoned with
22. 25 P. said unto the centurion that stood by
22. 28 With a great sum.. And P. said, But I was
22. 30 and brought P. down, and set him before
23. i And P., earnestly beholding the council
23. 3 Then said P. unto him, God shall smite
23. 5 Then said P., I wist not, brethren, that
23. 6 But when P. perceived that the one part
23. 10 fearing lest P. should have been pulled
23. ii Be of good cheer, [P.]: for as thou hast
23. 12 eat nor drink till they had killed P.
23. 14 will eat nothing until we have slain P.
23. 16 when P. s sister s son heard of their lying
23. 16 and entered into the castle, and told P.
23. 17 Then P. called one of the centurions
23. 18 P. the prisoner called me unto (him), and
23. 20 bring down P to morrow into the council
23. 24 that they may set P. on, and bring (him)
23. 31 Then the soldiers, .took P., and brought
23. 33 when they came to Cesarea. .presented P.
24. i who informed the governor against P.
24. 10 Then P , after that the governor had bee.
24. 23 he commanded a centurion to keep [P.]
24. 24 he sent for P., and heard him concerning
24. 26 money should have been given him of P.
24. 27 to show the Jews a pleasure, left P. bound
25. 2 chief of the Jews informed him against P.
25. 4 P. should be kept at Cesarea, and that
25. 6 the next day. .commanded P. to be brou.
25. 7 [many and grievous complaints against P.]
25. 9 answered P., and said, Wilt thou go up to
25. 10 Then said P., I stand at Cesar s judgment
25. 14 Festus declared P. s cause unto the king
25. 19 which was dead, whom P. affirmed to be
25. 21 P. had appealed to be reserved unto the
25. 23 at Festus commandment P. was brought
26. i Agrippa said unto P., Thou art permitted
26. i P. stretched forth the hand, and answered
26. 24 P., thou art beside thyself; much learning
26. 28 Agrippa said unto P., Almost thou pers.
26. 29 P. said, I would to God, that not only thou
27. i delivered P. and certain other prisoners
27. 3 Julius courteously entreated P., and gave
27. 9 the fast was now. .past, P. admonished
27. ii than those things which were spoken by P.
27. 21 P. stood forth in the midst of them, and
27. 24 Fear not, P. ; thou must be brought bef.
27. 31 P. said to the centurion and to the soldi.
27. 33 P. besought (them) all to take meat, say.
27. 43 the centurion, willing to save P., kept th.
Acts 28 3 P. had gathered a bundle of sticks, and
28. 8 P. entered in, and prayed, and laid his h.
28. 15 when P. saw, he thanked God, and took
28. 16 P. was suffered to dwell by himself with
28. 17 [P.] called the chief of the Jews together
28. 25 after that P. had spoken one word, Well
28. 30 [P.] dwelt two whole years in his own hi.
Rom. i. i P., a servant of JesusChrist,called(tobe)
1 Co. i. i P., called (to be) an apostle of Jesus Chr.
1.12! am of P. ; and I of Apollos ; and I of Ce.
i. 13 Is Christ divided (was P. crucified for you?
i. 13 or were ye baptized in the name of P.?
3. 4 I am of P. ; and another, I (am) of Apollos
3. 5 Who then is P., and who (is) Apollos, but
3. 22 Whether P., or Apollos, or Cephas, or the
16. 21 The salutation of (rne) P. with mine own
2 Co. i. i P., an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will
10. i I P. myself beseech you by the meekness
Gal. i. i P., an apostle, not of men, neither by man
5. 2 I P. say unto you, that if ye be circumcised
Eph. i. i P , an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will
3. i P., the prisoner of Jesus Christ for you
Phil. i. i P. and Timotheus, the servants of Jesus
Col. i. i P., an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will
1. 23 whereof I P. am made a minister
4. 1 8 The salutation by the hand of me P. Re.
1 Th. i. i P., and Silvanus, and Timotheus, unto
2. 18 we would have come unto you, even I P.
2 Th. i. i P., and Silvanus, and Timotheus, unto
3. 17 The salutation of P. with mine own hand
1 Ti. i. i P., an apostle of Jesus Christ by the
2 Ti. i. i P., an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will
Titus i. i P., a servant of God, and an apostle of
Phm. i P., a prisoner of Jesus Christ, and Tirno.
9 being such an one as P. the aged, and now
19 I P. have written (it) with mine own hand
2 Pe. 3. 15 as our beloved brother P. also, according
PAVED, (being)
1. White work, nnh libnah.
Exod24. 10 as it were . . paved work of a sapphire stone
2. To pave, cover, overlay, *]yi ratsaph.
Song 3. 10 the midst thereof being paved (with) love
PAVEMENT
1. Pavement, n?!pp martsepheth.
2 Ki.i6. 17 king Ahaz. .put it upon a pavement of s.
2.Pavement, floor, n^~! ritspah.
2 Ch. 7. 3 with their faces to the ground upon the p.
Esth. i. 6 a pavement of red, and blue, and white
Eze. 40. 17 pavement made for the court round about
40. 17 thirty chambers (were) upon the pavement
40. 1 8 And the pavement, .(was) the lower pave.
42. 3 the pavement which (was) for the outer co.
B. Paved with stone, \id6ffrp<aros lithostrotos.
Johnig. 13 in a place that is called the Pavement, but
PAVILION
1. A covering, ^b sok.
Psa. 27. 5 he shall hide me in his pavilion : in the
2.A booth, n$p sukkah.
2 Sa. 22. 12 made darkness pavilions round about him
i Ki.2o. 12 he and the kings in the pavilions, that he
20. 16 drinking himself drunk in the pavilions
Psa. 1 8. ii his pavilion round about him (were) dark
31. 20 thou shalt keep them secretly in a pavilion
PAW
\.Hand, T yad.
1 Sa. 17. 37 the paw of the lion, and out of the paw of
2.Palm (of the hand), rp kaph.
Lev. ii. 27 whatsoever goeth upon his paws, among
PAW, to
To dig, paw, "ijn chaphar.
Job 39. 21 He paweth in the valley, and rejoiceth in
PAY
To give a price, I3n |n} nathan meker.
Num2o. 19 I will pay for it : I will only, without . . a.
PAY (again), to
I. To give, jnj nathan.
Exod2i. 19 only he shall pay (for) the loss of his time
21. 22 and he shall pay as the judges (determine)
Jon. i. 3 he paid the fare thereof, and went down
2. To give, JO} nethan.
Ezra 4. 13 will they not pay toll, tribute, and custom
3. To make complete, c^y shalam, 3.
Exod2i. 36 he shall surely pay ox for ox ; and the d.
22. 7 if the thief be found, let him pay double
22. 9 For . . he shall pay double unto his neighb.
Deut23- 21 thou shalt not slack to pay it : for the L.
2 Sa. 15. 7 let me go and pay my vow, which I have
z Ki. 4. 7 and pay thy debt, and live thou and thy
Job 22. 27 hear thee, and thou shalt pay thy vows
Psa. 22. 25 I will pay my vows before them that fear
37. 21 The wicked borroweth, and payeth not
50. 14 and pay thy vows unto the most High
66. 13 I will go into thy house . . I will pay thee
76. ii pay unto the LORD your God : let all that
116. 14, 1 8 I will pay my vows unto the LORD now
Prov. 7. 14 offerings with me ; this day have I paid my
19. 17 that, .he hath given will hepay him again
22. 27 If thou hast nothing to pay, why should
Eccl. 5. 4 defer not to pay it. .pay that which thou
5. 5 than that thou shouldest vow and not #*,
Jon. 2. 9 sacrifice. .1 will pay (that) that I have r
PAY 736 PEACE
4. To weigh out, ^ shaqal.
Kxod 22. 17 he shall pay money according to the dow.
1 Ki.2o. 39 or else thou almlt pay a talent of silver
Ksth. 3. 9 I will pay ton thousand talents of silver
4. 7 lluinai; had promised to pay to the king s
5. To cause to turn back, aiff shub, 5.
* Ch.27- 5 So much did the children of Ammon pay
.Tr> give away or back, a-rrooiota^i apodidomi.
Matt. 5. 26 till thou hast paid . . uttermost farthing
18.25 as he had not to pay, his lord commanded
1 8. 26, 29 patience with me, and I will pay thee
r8. 28 took (him) . . saying, Pay me that thou ow.
18. 30 cast him into prison, till he should pay
18. 34 till he should pay all that was due unto
Luke 7. 42 when they had nothing to pay, he frankly
12. 59 not. .till thou hast paid the very last mi.
7. To pay, Tt\tu teleo.
Matt 1 7. 24 said, Doth not your master pay tribute?
Bom 13. 6 For, for this cause pay ye tribute also: for
PAY, to make to
To cause to go up, impose, n7j/ alah, 5.
2 Ch. 8. 8 Solomon make to pay tribute until this
PAYMENT to be made
To give away or back, a.irooiota/j.i apodiddmi.
Matt 1 8. 25 all that he had, and payment to be made
PEACE
1. Rest, ease, security, rrbv shalvah.
Dan. 8. 25 by peace shall destroy many : he shall also
^.Completeness, peace, ti^V shalom.
Gen 15. 15 shalt go to thy fathers in peace; thou
26. 29 have sent thee away in peace : thou (art)
26. 31 and they departed from him in peace
28. 21 come again to my father s house in peace
41. 16 God shall give Pharaoh an answer of peace
43 23 Peace (be) to you, fear not: yourGod.and
44. 17 as for you, get you up in peace unto your
Exod. 4. 1 8 And Jethro said to Moses, Go in peace
1 8. 23 people shall also go to their place in peace
Lev. 26. 6 I will give peace in the land, and ye shall
Num. 6. 26 lift up his countenance, .and give thee p.
25. is I give unto him my covenant of peace
Deut. 2. 26 sent messengers, .with words of peace, s.
20. 10 When thou comest nigh, .proclaim peace
20 ii shall be, if it make thee answer of peace
23. 6 Thou shalt not seek their peace nor their
29. 19 I shall have peace, though I walk in the
Josh. 9. 15 Joshua made peace with them, and made
10. 21 all the people returned, .in peace : none
Judg. 4. 17 peace between Jabin the king of Hazor and
6. 23 Peace (be)unto thee; fearnot: thou shalt
8. 9 When I come again in peace. I will break
11. 31 when I return in peace from the children
18. 6Goinpeace: before the LORD (is) your way
19. 20 Peace (be) with thee : howsoever (let) all
1 Sa. i. 17 Go in peace : and the God of Israel grant
7. 14 there was peace between Israel and the A. j
20. 7 thy servant shall have peace : but if he be
20. 13 that thou mayestgo in peace : and the L.
o. 21 for (there is) peace to thee, and no hurt
20. 42 Go in peace, forasmuch as we have sworn
25. 6 Peace (be) both to thee, and peace (be) to
25. 6 and peace (be) unto all that thou hast
25. 35 Go up in peace to thine house ; see, I have
29. 7 return, and go in peace, that thou displ.
2 Sa. 3. 21 sent Abner away ; and he went in peace
3. 22 sent him away, and he was gone in peace
3. 23 sent him away, and he is gone in peace
15. 9 king said unto him. Go in peace. So he a.
15. 27 return into the city in peace, and your
17. 3 returned : (so) all the people shall be in p.
19. 24 departed, .the day he came (again) in pe.
19. 30 my lord the king is come again in peace
1 Ki. 2. 5 shed the blood of war in peace, and put
2. 6 hoar head go down to the grave in peace
2. 33 shall there be peace for ever from the L.
4. 24 had peace on all sides round about him
5. 12 was peace between Hiram and Solomon
20. 1 8 Whether they be come out for peace, take
22. 17 return every man to his house in peace
22. 27 water of affliction, until I come in peace
22. 28 If thou return at all in peace, the LORD
2 Ki. 5. 19 said unto him, Goinpeace. Sohedeparted
9. 17 to meet them, and let him say, (Is it) pe. ?
9. 18, 19 Thus saiththeking,(Is it) peace? And
9. 18, 19 What hast thou to dp with peace? turn
9. 22 (Is it)peace. .he answered, What peace, so
9. 31 (Had) Zimri peace, who slew his master?
20. 19 not (good), if peace and truth be in my d.?
r,22. 20 shalt be gathered into thy grave in peace
1 Ctf.ia. 1 8 peace, peace (be) unto thee, and peace (be)
22. 9 give peace and quietness unto Israel in his
2 Ch. 5. 5 iii those times (there was) no peace to him
8. 16 return, .every man to his house in peace
8. 26 water of affliction, until I return in peace
8. 27 If thou certainly return in peace, (then)
9. i returned to his house in peace to Jerusalem
34. 28 shalt be gathered to thy grave in peace
Ezra 9. 12 seek their peace or their wealth for ever
Eath. 9. 3o sent the letters, .(with) words of peace
10. 3 and speaking peace to all his seed
Job 5. 24 know that thy tabernacle (shall be) in pe.
25. 2 with him ; he maketh peace in his high p.
Psa. 4. 8 will both lay me down in peace, and sleep
28. 3 which speak peace to their neighbours, but
29. 1 1 the LORD will bless his people with peace
Fsa. 34. 14 Depart from evil, and do good ; seek peace
35. 20 For they speak not peace ; but they devis*
37. ii shall delight, .in the abundance of peace
37- 37 upright : for the end of (that) man(is)pe.
55. 18 He hath delivered my soul in prai.-e from
72. 3 mountains shall bring peace to the people
72. 7 abundance of peace so long as the moon e.
85. 8 forh6willspeakpeaceuntoliisprople,aud
85. 10 righteousness and peace have kissed (each
19. 165 Great peace have they which love thy law
20. 6 hath long dwelt with him that hateth pe.
20. 7 peace : but when I speak, they (are) for
22. 6 Pray for;the peace of Jerusalem : they shall
22. 7 Peace be within thy walls . . prosperity wi.
22. 8 sakes, I will now say, Peace (be) within
25. 5 the workers of iniquity . . peace . . upon Isr.
28. 6 children s children, (ami) peace upon Isr.
47. 14 He maketh peace (in) thy borders, (and)
Prov. 3. 2 long life, and peace, shall they add to Hire
3. 17 pleasantness, and all her pnths (are) peace
12. 20 but to the counsellors of peace (is) joy
Eccl. 3. 8 A time . . a time of war, and a time of pe.
Isa. 9. 6 The everlasting Father, The Prince of P.
9. 7 Of the increase of . . government and peace
26. 12 thou wilt ordain peace for us : for thou
27. s make peace with me . . he shall make peace
32. 17 the work of righteousness shall be peace
33. 7 ambassadors of peace shall weep bitterly
38. 17 for peace I had great bitterness ; but thou
39. 8 there shall be peace and truth in my days
45. 7 I make peace, and create evil : I the LORD
48. 1 8 then had thy peace been as a river, and
48. 22 (There is) no peace, saith the LORD, unto
52. 7 that publisheth peace ; that bringeth good
53. 5 the chastisement of our peace (was) upon
54. 10 neither shall the covenant of mypeace be
54. 13 and great (shall be) the peace of thy chi.
5S- 12 ye shall go. .be led forth with peace : the
57. 2 He shall enter into peace : they shall rest
57. 19 Peace, peace to (him that is) far off, and
57. 21 (There is) no peace, saith my God, to the
59. 8 The way of peace they know not; and(th.)
59. 8 whosoever goeth therein.. not know peace
60. 17 I will also make thy officers peace, and
66. 12 I will extend peace to her like a river, and
Jer. 4. 10 saying, Ye shall have peace; whereas the
6. 14 Peace, peace ; when (there is) no peace
8. ii Peace, peace ; when (there is) no peace
8. 15 We looked for peace, but no good (came)
12. s in the land of peace, (wherein) thou trus.
12. 12 sword. .devour, .no flesh shall have peace
14. 13 I will give you assured peace in this place
14. 19 we looked for peace, and (there is)nogood
16. 5 I have taken away my peace from this p.
23. 17 The LORD hath said, Ye shall have peace
28. 9 The prophet which prophesieth of peace
29. 7 seek the peace of the city whither I have
29. 7 for in the peace thereof shall ye have pe.
29. 1 1 thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give
30. 5 voice of trembling, of fear, and not of pe.
33. 6 reveal unto them the abundance of peace
34. 5 thou shalt die in peace : and with the b.
43. 12 and he shall go forth from thence in peace
Lam. 3. 17 hast removed my soul far off from peace
Eze. 7. 25 they shall seek peace, and (there shall be)
13. 10 saying, Peace; and (there was) no peace
13. 16 of peace for her, and (there is) no peace
34. 25 I will make with them a covenant of peace
37. 26 I will make a covenant of peace with them
Dan. 10. 19 peace (be) unto thee ; be strong, yea, be
Mic 3. 5 that bite with their teeth, and cry, Peace
5. 5 And this . .shall be the peace, when the A.
Nah. i. 15 feet of him. .that publisheth peace ! O J.
Hag. 2. 9 in this place will I give peace, saith the L.
Zech. 6. 13 the counsel of peace shall be between them
8. 10 neither (was there any) peace to him that
8. 16 execute the judgment of truth and peace
8.19 feasts ; therefore love the truth and pear"
9. 10 and he shall speak peace unto the heathen
Mai. 2. 5 My covenant was with him of life and p.
2. 6 he walked with me in peace and equity
^.Completeness, peace, cbv shelam.
Ezra 4. 1 7 (unto) the rest . . Peace, and at such a time
s . 7 written thus; Unto Darius the king, all p.
Dan. 4. i unto all people . . Peace be multiplied unto
6. 25 Darius wrote. .Peace be multiplied unto
4. Peace, unity, concord, flp-hvi) eirene.
Matt 10. 13 let your peace come, .let your peace return
10. 34 peace on earth : I came not to send peace
Mark 5. 34 go in peace, and be whole of thy plague
Luke i. 79 to guide our feet into the way of peace
2. 14 and on earth peace, good will toward men
2. 29 now lettest thou thy servant depart in p.
7. 50 Thy faith hath saved thee ; go in peace
8. 48 thy faith hath made thee whole ; go in p.
10. 5 whatsoever house ye enter, first say, Peace
10. 6 If the son of peace be there, your peace
1 1. 21 keepeth his palace, his goods are in peace
12. 51 Suppose ye that I am come to give peace
14. 32 sendeth. .anddesireth conditions ofpeace
19. 38 peace in heaven, and glory in the highest
19. 42 the things (which belong) unto thy peace
24. 36 [saith unto them, Peace (be) unto you]
Johni4. 27 Peace I leave with you, my peace I give
16. 33 I have spoken., that in me ye might have p.
20. 19 and saith unto them, Peace (be) unto you
20. 21 Peace (be) unto you : as (my) Father hath
20. 26 stood In the midst, and said, Peace (be)
Acts ,10. 3& preaching peace by Jesus Christ : he is L.
12. 20 desired peace ; because their country was
15. 33 they were let go in peace from the breth.
Acts 16. 36 told . . now therefore depart, and go in p.
Rom. i. 7 Grace to you and peace from God our Fa.
2. 10 peace, to every man that worketh good
3. 17 And the way of peace have they not kuo.
5. i we have peace with God through our Lo.
8. 6 to be spiritually minded (is) life and peace
iu. i s of them that preach the gospel [of peace)
14. 17 and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost
14. 19 follow after the things which make for p.
15. 13 with all joy and peace in believing, that
15. 33 Now the God of peace (be) with you all
16. 20 the God of peace shall bruise .Satan under
i Co. i. 3 peace, from God our Father, and (from)
7. 15 depart, .but God hath called us to peace
14. 33 not (the author) of confusion, but of pea.
16. ii conduct him forth in peace, that he may
a Co. i. 2 peace from God our Father, and (from)
13. ii the God of love and peace shall be with
Gal. i. 3 peace from God the Father, and (from)
5. 22 peace, long suffering, gentleness, goodne.
6. 16 peace (be) on them, and mercy, and upon
Eph. i. 2 peace, from God our Father, and (from)
2. 14 he is our peace, whohath made both one
2. 15 of twain one new man, (so) making peace
2. 17 preached peace to you which were afar off
4. 3 the unity of the spirit in the bond of pe.
6. 15 with the preparation of the gospel of pe.
6. 23 Peace (be) to the brethren, and love with
Phil. i. 2 peace, from God our Father, and (from)
4. 7 the peace of God, which passeth all unde.
4. 9 and the God of peace shall be with you
Col. i. 2 peace, from God our Father and the Lord
3. 15 let the peace of God rule in your hearts
1 Th. i. i peace, from God our Father, and the Lord
5. 3 when they shall say, Peace and safety, t.
5. 23 the very God of peace sanctify you wholly
2 Th. i. 2 peace, from God our Father and the Lord
3. 16 the Lord of peace himself give you peace
1 Ti. i. 2 peace, from God our Father and Jesus C.
2 Ti. i. 2 peace, from God the Father and Christ J.
2. 22 follow righteousness, faith, charity, peace
Titus i. 4 peace, from God the Father and the Lord
Phm. 3 peace, from God our Father and the Lord
Heb. 7. 2 also king of Salem, which is, king of pe.
11. 31 when she had received the spies with pe.
12. 14 Follow peace with all (men), and holiness
13. 20 the God of peace, that brought again from
Jas. 2. 16 Depart in peace, be (ye) warmed and filled
3. 18 is sown in peace of them that make ptarr
1 Pe. i. 2 Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied
3. ii do good ; let him seek peace, and ensue it
5. 14 Peace (be) with you all that are in Christ
2 Pe. i. 2 peace be multiplied unto you through the
3. 14 that ye may be found of him in peace
2 John 3 peace, from God the Father, and from the
3 John 14 Peace (be) to thee. (Our) friends salute
Jude 2 Mercy unto you, and peace ; Rev. 1.4, 6.4.
PEACE, to be at, have, or live in
1. To be complete, at peace, a^y shalam.
Job 22. 21 be at peace : thereby good shall come unto
Psa. 7. 4 evil unto him that was at peace with me
2. To be caused to be at peace, nV? shalam, 6.
Job 5. 23 the beasts of the field shall be at peace
3. To make peace, c^y shalam, 5.
Prov 1 6. 7 maketh even his enemies to be at peace
4. To be peaceable, desire peace, tlpr/vfiHa eireneuo.
Mark 9. 50 Have salt in yourselves, and have peace
2 Co. 13. ii live in peace ; and the God of love and
i Th. 5. 13 (And) be at peace among yourselves
PEACE, to hold one s
1. To be dumb, silent, D33 damam.
Lev. 10. 3 Then Moses said. .And Aaron held his p.
2. To become or keep silent, n?n hasah, 3 or 1.
Neh. 8. ii saying, Hold your peace, for ; Zeph. i. 7.
3. The (nobles ) voice u-as hidden, K}fy Vip [qol].
Job 29. 10 The nobles held their peace, and their
4. To be silent, deaf, ehn charash.
Psa. 39. 12 hold not thy peace at my tears : for I (am)
83 i hold no*, thy peace, and be not still, O God
109. i Hold not thy peace, O God of my praise
5. To keep silent, enn charash, 5.
Gen 24 21 the man wondering at her held his peace
34. 5 Jacob held his peace until they were come
Exodi 4. 14 fight foryou, and ye shall hold your peace
Nun^o. 4 and her father shall hold his peace at her
to 7, 14 held his peace at her in the day that
30. 14 hold his peace at her from day to day
30 14 because he held his peace at her in the d.
JudgiS. ig Hold thy peace, lay thine hand upon thy
1 Sa 10. 27 brought . . no presents. But he held his p.
2 Sa 13 20 hold now thy peace, my sister : he (is) thy
2 Ki 18. 36 the people held their peace, and answered
Neh 5 8 Then held they theirpeace, and found not.
Esth 4 14 if thou altogether boldest thy peace at
Job 1 1 3 Should thy lies make men hold their pea.
13 5 that ye would alt. uti-ther hold your peace
n 13 Hold yourpeace, let mealone, that Imay
31 hearken, .hold thy peace, and I will speak
33. 33 hold thy peace, and 1 shall teach thee w.
PTOTII! 12 a man of understanding holdeth his peace
17. 28 Even a fool, when he holdeth his peace
Isa 36 21 they held their peace, and answered him
Jer. 4. 19 I cannot hold my peace, because thou hast
G.To be silent, .tyri chashah.
Isa. 62. i For Zion s sake will I not hold my peace
PEACE
Isa. 62. 6 shall never hold their peace day nor night
64. 12 wilt thou hold thy peace, and afflict us
7.7*0 keep silent, nyn chashah, 5.
a Ki. 2. 3, 5 Yea, I know (it ;) hold ye your peace
7. 9 a day of good tidings, and we hold our p.
Psa. 39. 2 I held my peace, (even) from good ; and
Isa. 42. 14 I have long time holden my peace ; I have
57. ii have not I held my peace even of old, and
8.7*0 be silent, not to speak, trydiisigaO.
Luke2o. 26 marvelled at his answer, and held, .peace
Acts 1 2. 1 7 beckoning . . with the hand . . to hold . . pea.
15. 13 after they had held their peace, James
1 Co. 14. 30 If.. be revealed .. let the first hold his pe.
9. To be silent, cease speaking, a-iunaca siopao.
Matt 20. 31 because they should hold their peace : but
26. 63 But Jesus held his peace. And the high
Mark 3. 4 lawful, .to kill? But they held their pea.
9. 34 they held their peace : for by the w. 4.39.
10. 48 charged him that he should hold his pe.
14. 61 But he held his peace, and answered no.
LukeiS. 39 rebuked him, that [he should hold his p.]
19. 40 if these should hold their peace, the sto.
Acts 1 8. 9 Be not afraid . .and hold not thy peace
10.7*0 be quiet, fj(rvx<ifa hesuchazo.
Lukei4. 4 they held their peace. And hetook(him)
Acts 1 1. 1 8 they held their peace, and glorified God
11.7*0 muzzle, gag, <pi/j.6<a phimoo.
Mark i. 25 saying, Hold thy peace .. come Lu. 4. 35.
PEACE, to make (to be at)
1. 7*o cause or make peace, uyy shalam, 5.
Deui,2o. 12 if it will make no peace with thee, but
Josh. 10. i the inhabitants of Gibeon had made peace
10. 4 it hath made peace with Joshua, and with
11. 19 There was not a city thr.t made peace with
2 Sa. 10. 19 they made peace with Israel, and served
i Ki. 22. 44 Jehoshaphatmade peace with the king of
i Ch.iq. 19 they made peace with David, and became
2.7*0 make peace, (iprjvoiroifu! eirenopoieo.
Col. i. 20 having made peace through the blood of
PEACE, men that were at
Men ofpeace, D^y irjx [anashim] ; Obad. 7.
PEACE offering
1. Peace offering, cbw shelem.
Exodzo. 24 thy peace offerings, thy sheep, and thine
24. 5 sacrificed peace offerings of oxen unto the
29. 28 of the sacrifice of their peace offerings
32. 6 And they rose, .and brought peace offer.
Lev. 3. i if his oblation (be) a sacrifice of peace off.
3. 3 offer of the sacrifice of the peace offering
3. 6 sacrifice of peace offering unto the LORD
4. 10, 26, 31, 35 the sacrifice of peace offerings
6. 12 he shall burn . . the fat of the peace offer.
7. ii, 20, 2i, 37 the sacrifice of peace offerings
7. 13 sacrifice of thanksgiving of his peace off.
7. 14 sprinkleththe blood of the peace offerings
7. 15, 18, 29, 29 sacrifice of his peace offerings
7. 32 the sacrifices of your peace offerings
7. 33 offereth the blood of the peace offerings
7. 34 from off the sacrifices of their peace otte.
$,. 4 Also a bullock and a rani for peace offer.
9. 1 8 a sacrifice of peace offerings which (was)
9. 22 and the burnt offering, and peace offering
10. 14 out of the sacrifices of peace offerings of
17. 5 offer them (for) peace offerings unto the
19. 5 if ye offer a sacrifice of peace offerings unto
22. 21 offereth a sacrifice of peace offerings unto
23. 19 two lambs, .for a sacrifice of peace offer.
Num. 6. 14 ram without blemish for peace offerings
6. 17 the ram (for) a sacrifice of peace offerin.
6. 18 (is) under the sacrifice of the peace offer
7. 17 for a sacrifice of peace offerings, two
So in verse 23, 29, 35, 41, 47, 53 , 59, 65, 71, 77, 83.
7. 88 oxen, for the sacrifice of the peace offerin.
10. 10 over the sacrifices of your peace offerings
15. 8 a vow, or peace offerings unto the LORD
79. 39 ye shall do. .for your peace offerings
Deut27- 7 thou sbalt offer peace offerings, and shalt
Josh. 8. 31 offered, .and sacrificed peace offerings
22. 27 sacrifices, and with our peace offerings
Judg2o. 26 burnt offerings and peace offerings before
21. 4 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
1 Sa. 10. 8 down, .to sacrifice sacrifices of peace off.
11. 15 the sacrificed sacrifices of peace offerings
13. 9 burnt offering to me, and peace offerings
2 Sa. 6: 17 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
6. 18 of offering burnt offerings and peace offer.
24. 25 offered burnt offerings and peace offerings
i Ki. 3. 15 offered peace offerings, and made a feast
8. 63 Solomon offered a sacrifice of peace offer.
8. 64, 64 and the fat of peace offerings
9. 25 peace offerings upon the altar which he
zKi 16. 13 sprinkled the blood of his peace offerings
i h.i6. i offered burutsacrihces andpeaceofferings
1 6. 2 the burnt offerings and the peace offerings
21. 26 offered burnt offerinssand peace offerings zCh. 7. 7 offered, .the fat of the peace offerings
29. 35 with the fat of the peace offerings, and the
30. 22 offering peace offerings, and making con.
31. 2 for burnt offerings and for peace offerings
33. 16.sacrificed thereon peace offerings., thank.
Eze. 43. 27 priests shall make, .your peace offerings
45- i5> 17 peace offerings, to make reconciliation
46. 2, 12, burnt offering, and his peace offerings
46. 12 or peace offerings voluntarily ; Amos 5.22.
2. Sacrifices ofpeace offerings, Q-ohy \-qi [zebach].
Josh.22. 23 or if to offer peace offerings ; Prov. 7.14,
737
PEACE with him, such as bo at -
His peaceful ones (?), T$?sy [shalom].
Psa. 55. 20 against such as be at peace with him
PEACE, perfect
Peace, peace, why QiV [shalom]. Isa. 26. 3.
PEACEABLE
1. Completeness, peace, Di 1
?^ shalom.
Isa. 32. 1 8 my people shall dwell in a peaceable hah.
Jer. 25. 37 peaceable habitations are cut down bee.
2.At rest, at ease, vj?(p, -hy shalev.
1 Ch. 4. 40 land (was) wide, and quiet, and peaceable
3.7*0 be complete, at peace, thy shalam.
2 Sa. 20. 19 peaceable (and) faithful in Israel : thou s.
^.Complete, peaceable, nhy shalem.
Gen. 34 21 These men (are) peaceable with us; ther.
^.Peaceable, tlprivLKos eirenikos.
Heb. 12. ii afterward it yieldeth the peaceable fruit
Jas. 3. 17 first pure, then peaceable, gentle, (and)
6. Quiet, ijffvxios hesuchio.t.
i Ti. 2. 2 that we may lead a quiet and peaceable
PEACEABLY
l./7i security or peace, rrfiyy, be-shalvah.
Dan. ii. 21 he shall come in peaceably, and obtain
ii. 24 He shall enter peaceably even upon the
2.7n peace, (ai^S, ci^3), Di^y shalom.
Gen. 37. 4 and could not speak peaceably unto him
Judg 11.13 therefore restore those (lands) again pea.
21. 13 Rimmon, and to call peaceably unto them
i Sa. 16. 4 trembled, .and said, Comest thou peace.?
16. 5 said, Peaceably : I am come to sacrifice
i Ki. 2. 13 Comest thou peaceably? And he said, P.
i Ch. 12. 17 If ye be come peaceably unto me to help
Jer. 9. 8 speaketh peaceably to his neighbour with
PEACEABLY, to live
To be peaceable, desire peace, flprivtvca eireneuo.
Rom. 12. 18 If it be possible, .live peaceably with all
PEACEMAKER
A peacemaker, tlpT)vo-!roi6<; eirenopoios.
Matt. 5. 9 Blessed (are) the peacemakers : for they
PEACOCKS
1. Peacocks, D ^?n tukkiyyim.
1 Ki. 10. 22 and silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks
2 Ch. 9. 21 and silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks
Z.Ostrich hens, O ii~} renanim.
Job 39. 13 the goodly wings unto the peacocks ? or
PEARL
l.Ohrystal, e> 3j gabish.
Job 28. 18 mention shall be made of coral, or of pe.
2. A >earl, p.a.pyapirris margarites.
Matt 7. 6 neither cast ye your pearls before swine
13. 45 a merchant man seeking goodly pearls
13. 46 when he had found one pearl of great pr.
1 Ti. 2. 9 with broidered hair, or gold, or pearls, or
Rev. 17. 4 precious stones, and pearls, having a gol.
18. 12 silver, and precious stones, and of pearls
18. 16 decked with, .precious stones, and pearls
21. 21 twelve pearls ; every several gate, .one p.
PECTTLIAR (treasure)
I. Peculiar treasure, enclosure, nVjp segullah.
Exod 19. 5 ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me a.
Deut 14. 2 LORD hath chosen thee to be a peculiar p.
26. 1 8 avouched thee this day to be his peculiar
Psa. 135. 4 hath chosen. .Israel for his peculiar trea.
Eccl. 2. 8 peculiar treasure of kings and of the pri.
^.Peculiar, beyond ordinary, irtpiovaiosperiousios.
Titus 2. 14 and purify unto himself a peculiar people
3. For acquisition, tls irepnroirjatv [perijioiesis].
Pe. 2. 9 But ye (are) . . a peculiar people ; that ye
PE-DA -HEL, Sxrng God delivers.
The chief of Naphtali chosen to divide the land W. of
the Jordan. B.C. 1452.
Num. 34. 28 prince of the tribe. . .P. the son of Ammih.
PE-DAH-ZUR, -itt.Ti? the rock delivers.
The father of Gamaliel the chief of Manasseh, chosen to
number the people. B.C. 1452.
Num. i. 10 of Manasseh ; Gamaliel the son of P.
2. 20 captain, .(shall be) Gamaliel the son of P.
7. 54 eighth day (offered) Gamaliel the son of P.
7. 59 the offering of Gamaliel the son of P.
10. 23 over the host . . (was) Gamaliel the son of P.
PE-DA -IAH, 5 Tig, n;i3 Jah delivers
1. Grandfather of king Josiah. B.C. 640.
2 Ki. 23. 36 (was) Zebudah, the daughter of P. of Ilu
2. Son or grandson of Jeconiah son of king Jehoiakim,
and father of Zerubbabel. B.C. 570.
i Ch. 3. 18 and P., and Shenazar, Jecamiah, Hosha.
3. 19 the son of P. (were) Zerubbabel, and Shi.
3. Father of Joel, ruler of Manasseh W. of Jordan in the
days of David. B.C. 1040.
i Ch. 27. 20 half tribe of Manasseh ; J. the son of P.
4. One of the sons of Parosh who helped to repair the
wall after Nebemiah came. B.C. 446.
Neh. 3. 35 After him P. the son of Parosh
PELETH
5. A prince, priest, or Levite who stood on Ezra s left
hand when he read the law to the people. B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 4 P., and Mishael, and Malchiah, and Hi-;
13. 13 and of the Levites, P. : and next to them
6. A Benjamite whose great grandson Sallu dwelt in
.!>! ii^alimi. B.C. 530.
Neh. 1 1. 7 the son of P., the son of Kolaiah, the son
PEDIGREE, to declare
To show one s birth or pedigree, i^>; yalad, 7.
Num. 1. 18 declared their pedigrees after their farnil.
PEELED
1.7*0 pluck off, peel, polish, B-I;; marat.
Eze. 29. 1 8 every shoulder (was) peeled ; yet had he
2.7*0 be plucked off, peeled, polished, onp marat, 4.
Isa. 1 8. 2 to a nation scattered and peeled, to a pe.
1 8. 7 people scattered and peeled, and from a
PEEP, to
7*o chatter, ichisper, ]Cy tsaphaph, 3.
Isa. 8. 19 unto wizards that peep and that mutter
10. 14 none that moved the wing, .or peeped
PE -KAH, np9 watchfulness.
Son of Remaliah, and an officer of Pekahiah, against whom he conspired and reigned in his stead, and who
was himself slain by Hoshea son of Elah. B.C. 759-739.
2 Ki. 15. 25 But P. the son of Remaliah, a captain of
15. 27 P. the son of Remaliah began to reign over
15. 29 In the days of P. king of Israel came Ti.
15. 30 made a conspiracy against P. the son of
15. 31 And the rest of the acts of P., and allth.
15. 32 In the second year of P. the son of Rem.
15. 37 Rezin the king of Syria, and P. the son of
16. i In the seventeenth year of P. the son of
16. 5 Then Rezin king of Syria and P. son of R.
2 Ch.28. 6 For P. the son of Remaliah slew in Judah
Isa. 7. i Rezin the king of Syria, and P. the son of
PE-KAH -IAH, .Top? Jah watches.
Son of Menahem king of Israel, and slain by Pekah son
of Remaliah, after reigning two years. B.C. 761.
2 Ki.is. 22 and P. his son reigned in his stead
15. 23 P. the son of Menahem began to reign o.
15. 26 And the rest of the acts of P., and all that
PE -KOD, lip? visitation.
A symbolic name for Chaldea ; perhaps the Pactyiam, whom Herodotus names with th<! Armenians and Caspians.
Jer. 50. 21 Go up against, .the inhabitants of P.: w.
Eze. 23. 23 P., and Shoa, and Koa, (and) all the Ass.
PE-LA -IAH, ,i;^9 Jah is distinguislied.
1. A son of Elivenai, of the family of David. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 3. 24 sons of Elioenai (were). .Eliashib, and P.
2. A priest who explained the law when Ezra read it.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 8. 7 P. and the Levites, caused the people to
3. A Levite that, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant.
B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 10 And their brethren. .Kelita, P., Hanan
PE-LAL I AH, ,TV?9 Jah judges. A priest whose grandson Adaiah dwelt in Jerusalem
after the exile. B.C. 500
Neh. ii. 12 P., the son of Amzi, the son of Zechariah
PE-LAT-I AH, rvD^9, *n;ip^9 Jah delivers.
1. Son of Hananiah, descendant of Salathiel, of the
family of David. B.C. 470.
i Ch. 3. 21 And the sons of Hananiah ; P., and Jesa.
2. A Simeonite captain. B.C. 715.
i Ch. 4. 42 having for their captains P., and Neariah
3. A family that sealed the covenant. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 22 P., Hanan, Anaiah
4. Son of Benaiah, seen in vision by Ezekiel the prophet.
B.C. 594.
Eze. ii. i P. the son of Benaiah, princes of the peo.
ii. 13 came to pass, .that P. the son of Benaiah
PE -LEG, 3^5, J^S division.
A son of Eber, of the family of Shem, in whose days
the earth was divided. B.C. 2222.
Gen. 10 25 the name of one (was) P.; for in his days
ii. 16 Eber lived four and thirty...and begat P.
ii. 17 And Eber lived after he begat P. four hu.
ii. 18 And P. lived thirty years, and begat Reu
ii. 19 and P. lived after he begat Reu twohun.
i Ch. i. 19 the name of the one (was) P., because in
i. 25 Eber, P., Reu
PE -LET, 8.^9 escape.
1. A son of Jahdai of the family of Caleb, son of Hezron.
B.C. 1450.
i Ch 2. 47 And the sons of Jahdai. .P., and Ephah
2. A son of Azmaveth, who was also one of David s cap
tains, i Ch. ii. 33. B.C. 1058.
i Ch.i2. 3 Jeziel, and P., the sons of Azmaveth ; and
PE -LETH, n^ flight, haste.
1. A Reubenite and father of On who joined Korah,
Dathan, and Abiram against Moses and Aaron. B.C. 1510!
Numi6. i On the son of P., sons of Reuben, took
2. A son of Jonathan, and descendant of Pharez son of
Judah. B.C. 1370.
i Ch. 2. 33 And the sons of Jonathan P., and Zaza
93
\iill.S I f, JS fX /M,. .
Gen. 29. i came into the laud of the people of the
a s And Benaiah .(was over), .the P.s; and
2 Sa
fc I8 t the P s paked on before the king
7 the I .s, and all the mtelity men : and the
,o n (was) over the Cherethites and over thr \
, Ki i 38 and the 1 . a, went down, and caused hoi.
I* And the king hath sent wnUlmii.. P.s
, Ch.il. 17 And Benaiah. .(was) over, .the P.s ; and
PELICAN
The pelican
Tchi* Shammoth the Harorite Helez the P
27 .o The seventh (captain), .(was) Helez the 1
2. An appellation of Ahijah the prophet.
, Ch ... 36 Hepherthe Mecherathite, Ahijah the P.
PEN
i A nrnnina tool or pen, B"in cheret.
Isa! 8. i write in it with a man s pen concerning
Mrlh^Llhey were graven with an iron pen nnd
Ps- 4-
*
my tongue (is) the pen of a ready Wr,te
Jer I 8 n vain madehe (it) ; the pen of the sen
,7. .written with a pen of iron, (and) with th
. _ -I . T. -T. -J
pen of the writer
nd pen write unto t.
.The sons (members) of the. people, Cj,n ^ [to ].
Lev 20 .7 shall be cut off in the sight of their people
a cii 35 5 of the fathersof yourbrethren the pi-oplr
7 Josiah gave to the people, of the flock, 1.
,2 to the divisions of the families of the pe.
35! 13 divided (them) speedily among all the pe.
6 Nation, corporate body, ia goi.
Josh 3 .7 untilallthe people were passed clean over
i when all the people were clean passed o
t. 6 till all the people (that were) men of *ar
8 had done circumcising all the people, that
,o 13 until the people had avrng.-d th.-ms, h,---
Judg 2 20 BocansothatthisiK-oph- hath transgressed
2 Ki 6 .8 Smite this people, I pray thrr, with blind. C ii 23 shall become strong with u small peop e
I oel 3 8 shall sell them . . to a people far off : for
Zeph 2 9 remnant of my people shall possess them
Zech 12 3 though althe people of the earth be gath.
e
Gen 32. 30 And Jacob called the name of the place P.
eS Samuel the prophet. B.C.
V. 4 he gave* to P. his wife, and to all her sons
PEN KNIFE
i .;}** l-niff Tb "iln taar supner.
Ter 36. 23 Sit tvith the penknife, and cast (it) into
PENNY, PENCE, PENNYWORTH -
.-, two manner UL people shall be separated
2^ 23 people shall be stronger than (the other) p.
Faa. i Why do.. the peopleimaginea vain thing.
7
"
7 So shall the congregation of the people c.
8 he shall minister judgment to the people
44! 2 didst afflict the people, and cast them out
1 14 a shaking of the head among the people
ot 7 Which stilleth. .the tumult of the people
105. 44 and they inherited the labour of the peo.
ii Kings of the earth, and all people ; prin.
, 7 To execute . .punishments upon the peop
*-
2 tSb&Msaes
7
:34Sk";^^e^^ 34 SSSBfeesoaSS 4
e\ the people be assembled -. who among
hearken ye people, from far ; The LORD
4
gfven him (for) a Witness to the peop e
4
f leader and commander to the people
\ gross darkness the people : but the LOR]
:ome upon all the people
Isa.
41.
"^Jsa-assssaBass; 14. ID guuua, """ . f Viianpf" 1
:^:;^l;Kw^&huUWtn^dr^WncA;^^*am ,o thev likewise received every man a penny
: 3 Sdst not thou agree with me fora penny .
o And they brought unto him a penny
Mark~I M Shall we go and buy two hundred pennj .
,2 1 5 bring me a penny, that I may see (it)
c sold for more than three hundred pence
T like 7 41 one owed flve hundred pence, "lUaoHi.
; 35&t.SSNSKSS^i
Johnt *7 TwJhund
a
re
P
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e
penny worth of breadMs not
12 5 ointment sold for three hundred pence
Rev 6 6 A measure of wheat for a penny, and
E
| 6 three measures of barley for a penny, and
PENTECOST
Feast un fiftieth day after Passover, irevTTjKocrrfi.
\,.,s i when the day of Pentecost was fully come
,o 1 6 to be at Jerusalem the day of Pentecost
i Co. 1 6. 8 But I will tarry at Ephesus until Pentecost
PE-NTJ -EL, Nns face of God.
1 The same as Peniel above.
Gen 32. 31 And as he passed over P. the sun rose upon
Vud 8 8 And he went up thence to P. and spake
S and the men of P. answered him as the
B 9 And he spake also unto the men of P.
8 17 And he beat down the tower of P. and
i Ki. 12. 25 and went out from thence, and built P.
o Father or chief of Gedar. B.C. 145-
, Ch. 4. 4 And P. the father of Gedor, and tzer the
3 A Benjamite. B.C. 1300.
, Ch. 8. 25 AndIphedeiah,andP.,thesonsofShashak
PENURY
1 Jjick icant, iiDrrp machsor.
PTOV 14 23 ialk of the lips (tendeth) only to penury
- SS *tS&fe*22k -
PEOPLE
I. A man, individual, V Kish.
2 8a. ~. 13 all the people went on after Joab, to pu.
"Num2 5 . i 5 head over a people, (and) of a cWe
^
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,
se
Psa..i 7 . i all ye nations: praise him, all ye people
3 A (mortal} man, emx enosh.
Jon. 3. 5 So the people of Nineveh believedGod.and
o
so
Exod i
4 both old and young, all the people, from
7 bowed himself to the people of the la
,, in the presence of the sons of my peopl
2 bowed down himself before the people of
[I in the audience of the people of the land
17 and was gathered to his people
,o one of the people miuht lightly have lien
? AbtoeleSh chafed all (his) people saying
29 Let people serve thee, and nations bow
d^
3 that thou mayest be a multitude ofpeop.
7 he divided the people that (was) with him
I0 will dwell with you, and . become one p.
22 consent unto us. .to be one people if.e*
6 he and all the people that (were) with him
29 and died, and Vas gathered ontohispea
40 according unto thy word shall all my pe.
55 people cried to Pharaoh for bread : and 1 .
6 that sold to all the people of the land : and
21 as for the people, he removed them to ci
23 Then Joseph said unto the people Behold
1 I will make of thee a multitude of people
io he also shall become a people, and heal
!o unto him (shall) the gathering of the peo
,6 Dan shall judge his people, as one of the
20 I am to be gathered unto my people : bury
i- Jacob was gathered unto his people
20 as (it is) this day, to save much people a.
Q said unto his people. Behold, the people
20 people multiplied, and waxed very mighty
22 Pharaoh charged all his people, saying
7 have surely seen the affliction of my peo.
!o that thou mayest bring forth my people
12 When thou hast brought forth the people
21 will give this people favour in the sight
.6 he shall be thy spokesman unto the peo.
21 harden, .that he shall not let the people
3o did the signs in the sight of the people
ii people believed : and when they heard th.
i Let my people go, that they may hold a
4 Wherefore do ye. .let the people f.-om th.
t people of the land now (are) many and
6 commanded . . the taskmasters of the pe.
7 Ye shall no more give the people straw
- ,o taskmasters of the people went oat, and
io spake to the people, saying, Thussaitli I .
12 So the people were scattered abroad thr.
16 beaten ; but the fault (is) in thine own p
wherefore, .thou (so) evil entreated p. I
22 wnereiore. .iiiou (.BU; CT ^^1115.
o, people ; neither hast thou delivered thy p
. 7 I will take you to me for a people, and I
1 bring forth . . my people the children of 1
14 hardened, he refuseth to let the people go
16 Let my people go, that they may serve me
, 20 Let my people go, that they may serve
. 3 upon thypeople, and intothine ovens and
* upon thy people, and upon all thy serva.
8 frC my people ; and I will let the people
I7
I7
,7
I,
,7
n when shall I entreat, .for thy people, to
& ii frogs shall depart., from thy people; they
8 2. Klse, if thou wilt not let my people go, b.
ai send swarms (of flies), .upon thy pepl< n
L ->2 land of Goshen, in whish my people dwell
2 ^ division between my people and thy peo.
M swarms (of flies) may depart, .from his IH;.
29 in not letting the peo], le ., to sacrifice to
8 -,. removed-.from his people: there remained
M also, neither would he let the peopta go
n
3
, ,3 Letmypeople go, that they may serve
t 7 hardened, und he did i,,-t 1,-t th,
{.^.pU-
9. ,4 send, .my plagues, .upon my people ; that
that 1 may smite thr,- and thy people with
o. ,7 exaltest thou thyself aKainst n.y peopb
o 27 righteous, and I and my people (are) wic.
,i 3 let my people g", that they may serve me
1 if thou refuse to let my p>. >],!, go, ,t-li,,ld
. 2 Speak now in the ears of the people and
, nave the people favour in the sight of the
3 very great, .in the sight of the people
! 8 Get thee out, and all the people that folL
12 27 people bowed the head and worshipped
12 get you forth from among my people, both
: 33 Egyptians were urgent upon the people
,2. 34 peoi lf took their dough before it was le.
12. 36 gave the people favour in . .sight of the K
3 said unto the people, Remember this day
17 when Pharaoh had let the people go, that
, 17 Lest peradventure the people repent when
3 ,8 But God led the people about, (through)
ii 22 took not away the pillar, .before the peo
zt 5 told the king of Kgypt that the people fled
1 5 turned against the people, and they said
14 e made ready his chariot, and took his peo.
14 , 3 Moses said unto the i. oiil--, rear ye not
14 3. peoplefearedtheLoKD.andbrlirvedtheL.
,1 13 Thou in thy mercy hast led forth the pe.
15 14 people shall hear, (and) be afraid : sorrow
ic 16 till thy people pass over, O LORD, til
.? 16 people pass over, (which) thou hast pure.
,c 24 people murmured against Moses, saying
16 1 people shall go out and gather a certain
16 27 there went out (some) of the people on the
16 30 So the people rested on the seventh day
,7i (there was) no water for the people to <t
2 Wherefore the people did chide with M.
3 people thirsted . . and the people murmur.
4 What shall I do unto this people? they
e Go on before the people, and take with
6 water out of it, that the people may drink
n discomfited Amalek and his people with
1 done for Israel, and for Israel his people
,8 10 delivered the people from under the hand
,8.3 sat to judge the people: and the people
4 saw all that he did to the people, he said
1 1 this thing that thou doestto the people?
u people stand by thee from morning unto
Is is Because the people come unto me to enq
^8 18 both thou and this people that (is) itli
is IQ Be thou for the people to God ward, that
is 2. provide out of. .the people able men, such
{ 22 let them judge the people at all seasons
,8 23 all this people shall also go to their place
s 2S made them heads over the people, rulers
8 26 judged the people at all seasons : the hard
v I peculiar treasure unto me above all people
iq 7 came and called for the elders of the pe.
t 8 people answered together, and said, All
8 Moses returned the words of the people
IQ\ o that the people may hear when I speak
ID. o told the words of the people unto the L.
,o to Go unto the people, and sanctify them to
,o. come down in the sight of all the people
a 12 thou shalt set bounds unto the people ro.
,4 unto the people, and sanctified the people
I! 15 he said unto the people, Be ready against
,o. .6 all the people that (was) in the camp tre
,9. 17 Moses brought forth the people out of the
io. 21 Go down, charge the people, lest they br
Q 23 people cannot come up to mount Mnai : for
a 24 let not the priests and the people break
o 2s So Moses went down unto the people, and
20 .8 all the people saw the thundenngs, an
Io. l8 when the people saw (it), they n
\
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fnr
^o 20 Moses said unto the people Fear not: for
20 2. people stood afar oft : and Moses drew near
, 25 If thou lend money to (any op my people
2 28 Thou shalt not . . curse the ruler of thy p.
3 .1 that the poor of thy people may eat : and
.! 27 will destroy all the people to whom thou
24 2 neither shall the people go up with him
"t 3 told the people, .all the ,,..,.,,le answered
,1. 7 read in the audience of the people : and
! 8 sprinkled (it) on the people, and said, Be.
,o 33 38 shall even be cut off from his people
,, .isoul shall be cut off from among his peo
I, i when the people saw that Moses delayed
i people gathered themselves togetherunto
, the people brake off the golden ear rings
\i 6 the people sat down to eat and to drink
,, 7 for thypeople. which thou broughtesl out
2 o seen this people, .it (is) a stiff neck, .1
]>o.
ii thy wrath wax hot against thy people, wh.
. , 2 and repent of this evil against thy peopta
| 2 14 evil which he thought to do unto his pe.
2 ,7 when Joshua heard the noise of the people
I, 2, What did this people unto thee that thou
2 22 thou knowest the people, that they (are
2 S when Moses saw that the people (were)
V 28 there fell of the people that day about
32 3o Moses said unto the people, \e have sin.
PEOPLE 739 PEOPLE
Exod32. 31 Oh, this people have sinned a great sin
32. 34 lead the people unto (the place) of which
32. 35 plagued the people-, beeansr Ilicy made
33. i thou and the people which thou hast liro.
33. 3 for thou (art) a stilt necked people ; lest I
33. 4 when the people heard these evil tidings
33. 5 Ye (are) astilf necked people : I will come
33. 8 all the people rose up, and stood every
33. 10 people saw the cloudy pillar, .people rose
33. 12 thou sayest unto me, Bring up this people
33. 13 and consider that this nation (is) thy pe.
33. 16 known here that I and thy people have
33. 16 so shall we he separated, I and thy peop.
33. 16 people that (are) upon the face of the ea.
34. 9 go among us ; for it (is) a stiff necked pe.
34. 10 before all thy people, .and all the people
36. 5 people bring much more than enough for
36. 6 So the people were restrained from bring.
Lev. 4. 3 do sin according to the sin of the people
4. 27 if any one of the common people sin thr.
7. 20, 21, 25, 27 shall be cut off from his people
9. 7 atonement for thyself, and for the people
9. 7 offer the offering of the people, and make
9. 15 brought the people s offering, and took
9. 15 which (was) the sin offering for thepeople
9. 18 peace offerings which (was) for the people
9. 22 lifted up his hand toward the people, and
9. 23 came out, and blessed the people : and the
9. 23 the glory, .appeared unto all the people
9. 24 when all the people saw, they shouted, and
10. 3 before all the people I will be glorified
16. 15 goat of the sin offering that(is) for the p.
16. 24 burnt offering of thepeople. . andforthep.
16. 33 and for all the people of the congregation
17. 4, 9 shall be cut off from among his people
17. 10 will cut him off from among his people
1 8. 29 shall be cut off from among their people
19. 8 soul shall be cut off from among his peo.
19. 16 a tale bearer among thy people ; neither
19. 18 grudge against the children of thypeople
20. 2 people of the land shall stone him with st
20. 3, 6 will cut him off from among his people
20. 4 if the people of the land do any ways hide
20. 5 will cut him off. .fromamongtheirpeople
20. 18 shall be cut off from among their people
20. 24 which have separated you from (other)p.
20. 26 severed you from (other) people, that ye
21. i be defiled for the dead among hispeople
21. 4 chief man among his people, to profane
21. 14 he shall take a virgin of his own people
21. 15 Neither, .profane his seed among his pe.
23. 29 he shall be cut off from among his people
23. 30 soul will I destroy from among his people
26. 12 be your God, and ye shall be my people
Num. 5. 21 a curse and an oath among thy people
5. 27 woman shall be a curse among herpeople
9. 13 shall be cut off from among his people, be.
11. i peoplecomplained.itdispleased the LORD
ii. 2 people cried unto Moses; andwhenMoses
ii. 8 people went about, and gathered (it), and
ii. 10 Moses heard the people weep throughout
ii. ii layest the burden of all this people upon
ii. 12 Have I conceived all this people ? have I
ii. 13 should I have flesh to give unto all this p.
11.14! am not able to bear all this people alone
ii. 16 knowesttobe the elders of thepeople, and
ii. 17 they shall bear the burden of the people
ii. 18 say thou unto the people, Sanctify yours,
ii. 21 people, among whom I (am, are) six him.
ii. 24 told the people the words of the LORD, and
ii. 24 the seventy men of the elders of the peo.
ii. 29 Would Go.Athatall the LoRD speople were
ii. 32 people stood up all that day, and all (that)
ii. 33 wrath, .was kindled against the people
n. 33 smote the people with a very great plague
11. 34 there they buried the people that lusted
11.35 the people journeyed from Kibroth-hatt.
12. 15 people journeyed not till Miriam was br.
12. 16 afterward the people removed from Haz.
13. 18 and the people that uwelleth therein, w.
13. 28 Nevertheless the people (be) strong that
13. 30 Caleb stilled the people before Moses, and
13. 31 We be not able to go up against the people
13. 32 all the people that we saw in it (are) men
14. i cried; and the people wept that night
14. 9 neither fear ye the people of the land ; for
14. ii How long will this people provoke me :
14. 13 for thou broughtest up this people in thy
14. 14 heard, .thou, LORD, (art) among this e.
14. 15 Now, (if) thou shalt kill (all) this people
14. 16 not able to bring this people into the land
14. 19 Pardon, .the iniquity of this people acco.
14. IQ as thou hast forgiven this people, from E
14. 30, told these sayings .and the people mour.
15. 26 be forgiven, .seeing all the people (were)
15. 30 soul shall be cut off from among his peo
16.41 saying, Ye have killed the people of the L.
16. 47 the plague was begun among the people
16. 47 and made an atonement for the people
20. i people abode i:i Kadesh; and Miriam d.
20. 3 people chode with Moses, and spake, say.
20. 20 came out against him with much people
20. 24 Aaron shall be gathered unto his people
21. 2 If thou wilt indeed deliver this people into
21. 4 soul of the people was much discouraged
21. 5 people spake against God, and against Mo.
21. 6 LORD sent flery serpents among the people
21. 6 bit the people ; and much people of Israel
ai. 7 people came.. And Moses prayed for the p.
21. 16 Gather the people together, and I will give
21. 18 nobles of the people digged it, by (the di.
21. 23 but Sihon gatheredall hispeople together
Nuni2i. 29 thou art undone, O people of (, hemoHh! he
21. 33 he, and all his people, to the battle at K.
21. 34 for I have delivered, .all his people, and
21. 35 So they smote him. .andallhis people, un.
22. 3 Moah was sore afraid of the people, because
22. 5 of the land of the children of his people
22. 5 therois a people come out from Egypt: be.
22. 6, 17 therefore, I pray thee, curse me this p.
22. ii people come out of Egypt, which covereth
22. 12 thou shall not curse the people : for they
22. 41 he might see the utmost (part) of the pe.
23. 9 thepeople shall dwell alone, and shall not
23. 24 people shall rise up as a great lion, and
24. 14 now, behold, I go unto my people : come
24. 14 what this people shall doto thy people in
25. i people began to commit whoredom with
25. 2 called the people . . and the people did eat
25. 4 Take all the heads of the people, and hang
27. 13 thou also shalt be gathered unto thy peo.
31. 2 shalt thou be gathered unto thy people
31. 3 Moses spake unto the people, saying, Arm
32. 15 leave, .and ye shall destroy all this people
33. 14 where vvasnowaterfor thepeople to drink
Deut. i. 28 The people (is) greater and taller than we
2. 4 command thou the people, saying, Ye (are)
2. 10, 21 a people great, and many, and tall, as
2. 16 consumed and dead from among the peo.
2. 32 he and all his people, to fight at Jahaz
2. 33 smote him, and his sons, and all his peo.
3. i he and all his people, to battle at Edrei
3. 2 for I will deliver him, and all his people
3. 3 the king of Bashan, and all hispeople: and
3. 28 for he shall go over before this people, and
4. 6 nation (is) a wise and understanding peo.
4. 10 Gather me the people together, and I will
4. 20 to be unto himapeopleof inheritance, as
4. 33 Did (ever) people hear the voice of God
5.28 heard the voice of the words of this peopl e
6. 14 of the gods of the people which (are)round
7. 6 thou (art) an holy people unto the LORD
7. 6 people unto himself, above all people that
7. 7 people; for ye (were) the fewest ef allpe.
7. 14 Thou shalt be blessed above all people
7. 16 the people which the LORD thy God shall
7. 19 all the people of whom thou art afraid
9. 2 A people great and tall, the children of
9. 6 Understand, .thou (art) a stiff necked peo.
9. 12 thy people which thou hast brought forth
9. 13 this people, .it (is) a stiff necked people
9. 26 destroy not thy people and thine inherit.
9. 27 look not unto the stubbornness of this peo.
9 29 they (are) thy people and thine inherit.
10. ii take (thy) journey before the people, that
10. 15 he chose, .(even) you above all people, as
13. 7 the people which (are) round about you, n.
13. 9 and afterwards the hand of all the people
14. 2, 2ithou(art)anholy peopleuntp the LORD
14. 2 to be a peculiar people unto himself, ab.
16. 18 shall judge thepeople with just judgment
17. 7 and afterward the hands of all the people
17. 13 the people shall hear, and fear, and do no
17. 16 nor cause the people to return to Egypt
18. 3 shall be the priest s due from the people
20. i a people more than thou, be not afraid of
20. 2 shall approach and speak unto the people
20. 5 the officers shall speak unto the people
20. 8 officers shall speak further unto the peo.
20. 9 made an end of speaking unto thepeople
20. 9 captains of the armies to lead the people
20. ii the people (that is) found therein shall
20. 16 of the cities of these people, which the L.
21. 8 thy people Israel, whom thou hast redee.
21. 8 lay not innocent blood unto thy people of
26. 15 bless thy people Israel, and the land wh.
26. 18 avouched thee. .to be his peculiar people
26. 19 be an holy people unto the LORD thy God
27. i the elders of Israel commanded the peo.
27. 9 this day thou art become the pe.ople of the
27. ii And Moses charged thepeople the same
27. 12 These shall stand.. to bless the people, w.
27. 15 all the people shall answerand say, Amen
27. 16 And all the people shall say, Ameu
So in verse 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26.
28. 9 establish thee an holy people unto hims.
28. 10 all people of the earth shall see that thou
28. 32 (shall be) given unto another people, and
28. 64 LORD shall scatter thee among all people
29. 13 establish the : . .fora people unto himself
31. 7 thou must go with this people unto the la.
31. 12 Gather the people together, men, and w.
31. 16 this people will rise up, and go a whoring
32. 6 O foolish people and unwise? (is) not he thy
32. 8 he set the bounds of the people according
32. 9 For the LORDV portion (is) his people ; Ja.
32. 21 jealousy with (those which are) not a pe.
32. 36 LORD shall judge his people, and repent
32. 43 Rejoice, .his people, .merciful, .to his p.
32. 44 came and spake . . in the ears of the people
32. 50 be gathered unto thy people ; as Aaron
32. 50 A. .died, .and was gathered unto his peo.
33. 3 Yea, he loved the people ; all his saints
33. 5 when the heads of the people (and) the
33. 7 of Judah, and bring him unto his people
33. 17 he shall push the people together to the
33. 19 shall call the people unto the mountain
33. 21 he came with the heads of the people, he
33. 29 people saved by the LORD, the shield of
Josh. i. 2 over this Jordan, thou, and all this people
i. 6 unto this people shalt thou divide for
1. 10 commanded the officers of the people, say.
i. ii command the people, saying, Prepare you
3. 3 they commanded the people, saying, When
Josh. 3. 5 And Joshua said unto the people, Sanctify
3. 6 before thepeople. and went before the p.
3. 14 when the people removed from their tent*
3. 14 the ark of the covenant before the people
3. 16 the people passed over right against Jer.
4. 2 Take you twelve men out of the people
4. 10 to speak unto the people, .and the people
4. ii all the people, .in the presence of the pe.
4. 19 the people came up out of Jordan on the
4. 24 That all the people of the earth mi^ht kn.
5. 4 All the people that came out of Egypt
5. 5 all the people that came out were circu.
5. 5 all the people, .born in the wilderness by
6. 5 the people shall shout with a great shout
6. 5 the people shall ascend up every man str.
6. 7 he said unto the people, Pass on, and co.
6. 8 when Joshua had spoken unto the people
6. 10 Joshua had commanded thepeople, saying
6. 16 Joshua said unto the people, Shout ; for
6. 20 thepeople shouted when (the priests) blew
6. 20 when the people heard the sound of the
6. 20 the people shouted with a great shout, that
6. 20 the people went up into the city, every m.
7. 3 Let not all the people go up; but let about
7. 3 make not all the people to labour thither
7. 4 there went up thither of the people about
7. 5 hearts of the people melted, and became
7. 7 hast thou at all brought this people over
7. 13 Up, sanctify the people, and say, Sanctify
8. i take all the people of war with thee, and
8. i and his people, and his city, and his land
8. 3 Joshua arose, and all the people of war, to
8. 5 the people that (are) with me, will appro.
8. 9 Joshua lodged that night among the peo.
8. 10 in the morning, and numbered the people
8. 10 Joshua, .went up. .before the people to
8. ii the people, .that (were) with him, went
8. 13 when they had set the people, (even) all
8. 14 he and all his people, at a time appointed
8. 16 all the people that (were) in Ai were call.
8. 20 the people that fled to the wilderness tu.
8. 33 that they should bless the people of Isra.
10. 7 the people of war with him, and all the
10. 21 the people returned to the camp to Josh.
10. 33 Joshua smote him and his people, until
11. 4 much people, even as the sand that (is)
ii. 7 came, and all the people of war with him
14. 8 brethren, .made the heart of the people
17. 14 seeing I (am) a great people, forasmuch
17. 15 If thou (be) a great people, (then) get thee
17. 17 Thou (art) a great people, and hast great
24. 2, 27 And Joshua said unto all the people
24. 16 the people answered and said, God forbid
24. 17 among all the people through whom we
24. 18 drave out from before us all the people
24. 19 And Joshua said unto the people, Ye can.
24. 21 the people said unto Joshua, Nay ; but we
24. 22 And Joshua said unto the people, Ye (are)
24. 24 the people said unto Joshua, The LORD
24. 25 made a covenant with the people that d.
24. 28 So Joshua let the people depart, every m.
Judg. i. 16 and they went and dwelt among the peo.
2. 4 the people lifted up their voice, and wept
2. 6 And when Joshua had let the people go
2. 7 the people served the LORD all the days
2. 12 of the people that(were)roundaboutthem
3. 18 sent away the people that bare the prese
4. 13 people that (were) with him, fromHaros.
5. 2 when the people willingly offered thems.
5. 9 that offered., willingly among the people
5.11 people of the LORD go down to the gates
5. 13 dominion over the nobles among the pe.
5. 14 after thee, Benjamin, among thy people
5. 18 Zebulun and Naphtali (were) a people (t.)
7. i people that (were) with him, rose up ear.
7. 2 The people that (are) with thee (are) too
7. 3 proclaim in the earsof the people, saying
7. 3 there returned of the people twenty and
7. 4 The people (are) yet (too) many ; bringth.
7. 5 he brought down the people unto the wa.
7. 6 the people bowed down upon their knees
7. 7 let all the (other) people go every man u.
7. 8 the people took victuals in theirhand, and
8. 5 Give, .bread unto the people that follow
o. 29 would to God this people were under my
9. 32 thou and the people that (is) with thee
9. 33 (when) he and the people that (is) with
9. 34 and all the people that (were) with him
9. 35 rose up, and the people that (were) with
9. 36 when Gaal saw the people, .come people
9. 37 there come people down by the middle of
9. 38 this the people that thou hast despised ?
9. 42 the people went out into the field ; and
9. 43 he took the people, and divided them into
9. 43 the people (were) come forth (out) of the
9. 45 slew the people that (was) therein, and
9. 48 he and all the people that (were) with him
9. 48 said unto the people that (were) with him
9. 49 the people likewise cut down every man
0. 18 thepeople (and)princes of Gileadsaidone
1. ii people made him head and captain over
i . 20 Sihon gathered all his people together, and
i. 21 and all his people into the hand of Israel
1. 23 the Amorites from before his people Israel
2. 2 my people were at great strife with the
4. 3 of thy brethren, or among all my people
4. 16 a riddle unto the children of my people
4. 17 the riddle to the children of her people
6. 24 when the people saw him, they praised
6. 30 and upon all the people that (were) there
8. 7 saw the people that (were) therein, how
15. 10 ye sluUI come unto a people secure, and
PEOPLE 740 PEOPLE
JudgiS. 20 and he. .went in the midst of the people
18. 27 unto a people (that were) at quiet and s.
20. 2 the chief of all the people, .of all thetri.
20. 2 in the assembly of the people of God, four
20. 8 the people arose as one man, saying, We
20. 10 to fetch victual for the people, that they
20. 16 Among all this people (there were) seven
20. 22 the people, the men of Israel, encouraged
20. 26 people, went up, and came unto the house
20. 31 Benjamin went out against the people,
20. 31 and theybegan to smite of the people, (and)
21. 2 the people came to the house of God, (and)
si. 4 the people rose early, and built there an
21. 9 the people were numbered, and, behold
21. 15 And the people repented them for Benja.
Ruth i. 6 had visited his people in giving them br.
i. 10 we will return with thee unto thy people
i. 15 sister in law is gone back unto her people
1. 16 thy people, .my people, and thy God my
2. ii people which thou knewettnotheretofore
3. ii the city of my people doth know that thou
4. 4 Buy (it), .before the elders of my people
4. g said unto the elders, and (unto) all the p.
4. 1 1 the people that (were) in the gate, and the
X Sa. 2. 13 the priest s custom with the people (was)
2. 23 I hear of your evil dealings by all this pe.
2. 24 ye make the LORD S people to transgress
2. 29 of all the offerings of Israel my people
4. 3 the people were come into the camp, the
4. 4 the people sent to Shiloh, that they might
4. 17 also a great slaughter among the people
5. 10 brought, .to us, to slay us and oar people
5. 1 1 that it slay us not, and our people : for
6. 19 he smote of the people fifty thousand and
(. 19 the people lamented, because the LORD
6. 19 had smitten . . of the people with a great s.
8. 7 Hearken unto the voice of the people in
8. 10 unto the people that asked of him a king
8. 19 the people refused to obey the voice of S.
8. 21 Samuel heard all the words of the people
9. 2 (he was) higher than any of the people
9. 12 (there is) a sacrifice of the people to day
9. 13 the people will not eat until he come
9. 16 him (to be) captain over my people Israel
9. 16 he may save my people out of the hand of
9. 16 have looked upon my people, because th.
9. 17 Behold, .this same shall reign over my p.
5. 24 since I said, I have invited the people
10. ii the people said one to another, What (is)
10. 17 Samuel called the people together unto
10. 23 and when he stood among the people, he
10. 23 he was higher than any of the people from
10. 24 Samuel said to all the people, See ye him
10. 24 (there is) none like him among all the p.
10. 24 the people shouted, and said, God save the
10. 25 Samuel told the people, .sent all the peo.
11. 4 told the tidings in the ears of the people
11. 4 the people lifted up their voices, and wept
ii. 5 What (aileth) the people that they weep*
ii. 7 the fear of the LOUD fell on the people, and
n. ii Saul put the people in three companies
ii. 12 the people said unto Samuel, Who (is) he
11. 14 Then said Samuel to the people, Come, and
n. 1 5 the people went to G ilgal ; and there they
12. 6 And Samuel said unto the people, (It is)
12. 18 people greatly feared the LORD and Sam.
12. 19 all the people said unto Samuel, Pray for
12. 20 Samuel said unto the people, Fear not : ye
12. 22 the LORD will not forsake his people for
12. 22 hath pleased the LOKD to make you his p.
13. 2 the rest of the people he sent every man
13. 4 the people were called together after S.
>3- 5 people as the sand which (is) on the sea
13. 6 the people were distressed, then the peo
13. 7 and all the people followed him trembling
13. 8 and the people were scattered from him
13. ii that the people were scattered from me
13. 14 commanded him (to be) captain over his
13. 15 Saul numbered the people (that were) p.
13. 16 and the people (that were) present with
13. 22 people that(were)withSauland Jonathan
14. 2 the people that (were) with him (were) a.
M- 3 people knew not that Jonathan was gone
14. 15 in the field, and among all the people
14. 17 Then said Saul unto the people that (were
14. 20 the people that(were) with him assembled
14. 24 Saul had adjured the people, saying, Cu.
14. 24 So none of the people tasted (any) food
14. 26 when the people were come into the wood
14. 26 no man put his hand . .for the people fea
14. 27 father charged the people with the oath
14. 28 Then answered one of the people, and said
14. 28 straitly charged the people with an oatl
14. 28 eateth . . food this day. And the people w
14. 30 if haply the people had eaten freely to daj
14. 31 smote the Philistines, .and the people w
14. 32 the people flew upon the spoil, and took
14. 32 the people did eat (them) with the blood
14. 33 the people sin against the LORD, in that
14. 34 Disperse yourselves among the people
14. 34 the people brought every man his ox will
14. 38 ye near hither all the chief of the peopl
14. 39 (there was) not a man among all the peo
14. 40 the people said unto Saul, Do what seem
14. 41 Saul and Jonathan . .but the peopleesca
14. 45 the people said unto Saul, Shall JonAthw
14. 45 people rescued Jonathan, that hedied no
15. i to anoint thee(to be)kingover his peopl
15. 4 Saul gathered the people together, and
15. 8 destroyed all the people with the edge o
15. 9 the people spared Agag, and the best of
15. 15 people spared the best of the sheep and
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2i the people took of the spoil, sheep and o.
24 feared the people, and obeyed their voice
30 before the elders of my people, and before
27 the people answered him after this man.
30 the people answered him again after the
5 was accepted in the sight of all the people
13 he went out and came in before the people
8 Saul called all the people together to war
5 and the people pitched round about him
7 Abiahai came to Ihe people by night : and
7 Abner and the people lay round abouthim
14 David cried to the people, audio Abner
15 there came one of the jwople in to destroy
12 He hath made his people Israel utterly to
4 the people thai (were) with him lifted up
6 the people spake of stoning him, because
6 the soul of all the people v. us grieved, ev.
21 and to meet the people that (were) with
21 when David came near to the people, he
9 house of their idols, and among the people
4 the people are fled from the batlle, and
4 many of Ihe people also are fallen and d.
12 for Ihe people of Ihe LORD, and for theh.
26 bid the people relurn from foliowing Iheir
27 the people had gone up every one from
28 the people slood still, and pursued after
30 when he had gathered all the people tog.
18 I will save my people Israel out of theh.
31 and to all the people thai (were) wilh him
. 32 at the grave of Abner ; andallthe people
34 And all Ihe people wept again over him
35 the people came to cause David to eatm.
. 36 all Ihe people took notice (of it), and it
. 36 whatsoever the king did pleased .. the pe.
, 37 the people, and all Israel, understood lhat
. 2 Thou shall feed my people Israel, audlh.
. 12 his kingdom for his people Israel s sake
2 with all the people that (were) with him
iS he blessed the people in the name of the
19 he deall among all Ihe people, (even) am.
19 Ihe people departed every one lo his ho.
21 ruler over Ihe people of Ihe LORD, over I.
7 I commanded lo feed my people Israel
8 I look Ihee . .to be ruler over my people
10 I will appoint a place for my people Israel
11 judges (to be) over my people Israel, and
23 what one nation . .(is) like thy people, (e.)
23 went to redeem for a people to himself
23 thy people, which thou redeemedst lo Ihee
24 Ihy people Israel (lo be) a people unlo
15 judgment and justice unto all his people
10 the rest of the people he delivered into the
12 let us play the men for our people, and for
13 drew nigh, and the people thai (were)w.
7 how Ihe people did, and how the war pr.
1 7 fell . . of the people of the servants of Dav.
28 gather the rest of the people togelher, and
29 David galhered all Ihe people together
31 brought forth the people, .all the people
34 there came much people by the way of the
13 thought such a thing against the people
15 the people have made me afraid : and thy
12 people increased continually with Absa.
17 went forth, and all the people after him
23 all Ihe people passed over : Ihe king also
23 all Ihe people passed over, toward the
24 until all the people had done passing out
. 30 the people thai (was) with him covered
6 and all the people and all the mighty men
14 Ihe people lhat (were) wilh him, came w.
. 15 people Ihe men of Israel, came lo Jerusa.
18 and Ihis people, and all the men of Israel
2 the people lhal (are) wilh him shall flee
, 3 I will bring back all Ihe people unlo Ihee
. 3 as if all . .(so) all Ihe people shall be in p.
. 8 thy father . . will not lodge with the people
. 9 There is a slaughter among the people that
. 1 6 king, .and all the people thai (are) with
. 22 and all the people thai (were) with him
. 29 for the people..The people (is) hungry, and
1 numbered the people that (were) with him
2 part of the people under the hand of Joab
2 the king said unto the people, I will sur
3 the people answered, Thou shall nol go
4 all Ihe people came oul by hundreds, and
5 Ihe people heard when the king gave all
6 the people went out into Ihe field against
7 Where the people of Israel were slain bef.
8 the wood devoured more people that day
16 people returned. .Joab held back the pe.
2 unto all the people : for the people heard
3 the people gat them by stealth thai day
3 as people being ashamed sleal away when
8 And Ihey lold unlo all Ihe people, saying
8 Ihe people came before Ihe king ; for Isr,
9 all Ihe people were al slrife throughout
39 And all the people went over Jordan. And
40 all the people of Judah. .also half the pe
12 the man saw thai all Ihe people slood s
15 Ihe people lhat (were) with Joab battered
22 went unto all the people in her wisdom
28 And the afflicted people thou wilt save
14 delivered me from the strivings of my p
44 a people (which) I knew not shall serve
( s that bringeth down the people under UK
10 the people returned after him only to sp
1 1 and the people fled from before the 1 hil
2 to Beer-sheba, and number ye the people
2 that I may know the number of the peo
3 the LORD Ihy God add unto the people, how
4 went out. .to number the people of Israe
9 the sum of the number of the people unto
2 Sa. 24. 10 after that he had numbered the people
24. 15 there died of the peopl. from Dan even
24. 16 said to the angel that destroyed the peo.
24. 17 when he saw the angel thai smole the pe.
24. 21 the plague may be stayed from the people
i Ki. i. 39 all the people said, God savekingSolomon
i. 40 all the people, .and the people piped wilh
3. 2 Only the people sacrificed in high places
3. 8 thy people . . a great people, thai cannot
3. 9 understanding heart to judge thy people
3. 9 who is able to judge . .so great a people
4. 34 there came of all people to hear the wisd.
5. 7 given . . a wise son over this great people
5. 16 ruled over the people that wrought in the
6. 13 will dwell, .and will not forsake my peo.
8. 16 day thai I brought forth my people Israel
8. 16 I chose David to be over my people Israel
8. 30 hearken thou to. .thy people Israel, when
8. 33 When thy people Israel be smitten down
8. 34 forgive the sin of thy people Israel, and
8. 36 forgive the sin. .of thy people Israel, that
8. 36 land, which thou hast given to thy people
8. 38 by any man, (or) by all thy people Israel
8. 41 stranger, that (is) not of thy people Israel
8. 43 people of the earth may know thy name
8. 43 to fear thee, as (do) thy people Israel ; and
8. 44 If thy people go out to battle against th.
8. 50 forgive thy people that have sinned agai.
8. 51 they (be) thy people, and thine inheritance
8. 52 unto the supplication of thy people Israel
8. 53 separate them froin among all the people
8. 56 thathalhgiven rest unto his people Israel
8. 59 cause of his people Israel at all times, as
8. 60 all the people of the earth may know that
8. 66 On the eighth day he sent the people away
8. 66 that the LORD had done for. .his people
9.78 proverb and a byword among all people
9. 20 all the people (that were) left of the Am.
9. 23 bare rule over the people that wrought in
12. 5 Depart yet (for) three days. . And the peo.
12. 6 ye advise thai I may answer this people?
12. 7 If thou wilt be a servant unlo this people
12. 9 thatwe may answer this people, who have
12. 10 Thus shall Ihou speak unto this people that
12. 12 all the people came loRehoboam the third
12. 13 answered the people roughly, and forsook
12. 15 the king hearkened nol unlo Ihe people
12. 16 people answered Ihe king, saying. What
12. 23 Speak unto, .the remnant of the people
12. 27 If this people go up to do sacrifice in the
12. 27 then shall the heart of this people turn
12. 30 for the people went (to worship) before
12. 31 made priests of the lowest of the people
13. 33 butmade again of the lowest of the people
14. 2 told me lhal (I should be) king over this p
14. 7 as I exalted thee from among the people
14. 7 made thee prince over my people Israel
16. 2 made thee prince over my people Israel
16. 2 hast made my people Israel to sin, to pro.
16. 15 people(were)encampedagainstGibbethon
16. 16 people (that were) encamped heard say, Z.
16. 21 Then were the people of Israel divided into
16. 21 half of the people followed Tibni the son
16. 22 the people that followed Omri prevailed
16. 22 against Ihe people that followed Tibnithe
18. 21 Elijah came unto all the people, and said
18. 21 And the people answered him not a word
1 8. 22 Then said Elijah unto the people, I, (even)
18. 24 all the people answered and said, It is well
18. 30 Elijah said unto all the people, Come near
18. 30 all the people came near unto him: and
1 8. 37 this people may know that thou (art) the
18. 39 when all the people saw (it), they fell on
19. 21 gave unto the people, and they did eal
20. 8 all Ihe people, said unto him, Hearken not
20. 10 suffice for handfuls for all the people that
20. 15 after them he numbered all the people
20. 42 for his life, and thy people for his people
21. 9, 12 and sel Naboth on high among the p.
21. 13 in the presence of the people, saying, N.
22. 4 mypeople as thy people, my horses as thy
22. 28 said, Hearken, O people, every one of you
22. 43 people offered and burnt incense yet
2 Ki. 3. 7 mypeopleasthypeople,(and)myhorsesas
4. 13 answered, I dwell among mine ownpeople
4. 41 Pouroul for the people, thai Ihey may eat
4. 42 Give unlo Ihe people, lhat they may eat
4. 43 Give the people, that they may eat: for
6. 30 people looked, and, behold, (he had) sack.
7. 16 people went out, and spoiled the teuls of
7. 17, 20 people trode upon him in the gate, and
8. 21 So Joram. .smote, .andthe people fled into
9. 6 anointed thee king over the people of the
o. 9 said to all the people, Ye (be) righteous
0. 18 Jehu gathered allthe people together, and
i 13 the people, she cair.e to the people into
i 14 all the people of the land rejoiced, and
1. 17 a covenant between the LORD, .and the p.
i. 17 that they should be the LORD S people
i! 17 between the king also and the people
i. 18 all the people of the laud went into the
i. 19 he took, .all the people of the land; and
1. 20 all the people of the land rejoiced, and
2. 3 people still sacrificed and burnt incense
2. 8 to receive no (more) money of the people
3. 7 Neither did he leave of the people to J.
4. 4 as yet the people did sacrifice and burnt
4. 21 all the peopleof Judah took Azariah, wh.
5. 4 people sacrificed and burnt incense still in
5. 5 over the house, judging the people of the
5. 10 smote him lief, ire the pei >ple, and slew him
5. 35 the people sacrificed and burnt incense
PEOPLE 741 PEOPLE
aKi. 16. 15 with the Imrnt ottering of all the people
18. 26 in the ears of the people that (are) on the
18. 36 people heldthelrpeceI ndanwered him
20. 5 tell Hezekiah the captain of my people, T.
21. 24 people of the land, .people of the landni.
22. 4 which the keepert..nTegatlieredofthep.
22. 13 enquire of the LORD, .for the people, and
23. 2 and all the people, both small and great
23. 3 and all the people stood to the covenant
23. 6 upon the graves of the children of the pe.
23. 21 commanded all the people, saying, Keep
23. 30 people of the land took Jehoahaz the son
23. 35 exacted the silver, .of the people of the 1.
24. 14 save the poorest sort of the people of the
25. 3 there was no bread for the people of the
25. ii Now the rest of the people (that were)left
25. 19 which mustered the people of the land,and
25. 19 threescore men of the people of the land
25. 22 people that remained in the land of Jndah
25. 26 all the people, both small and great, and
i Ch. 5. 25 a whoring after the gods of the people of
10. Q tidings unto their idols, and to the people
it. 2 said . . Thou shall feed/my people Israel
11. 2 Ihou shall be ruler over my people Israel
ii. 13 Ihe people fled from before the 1 hilistines
13. 4 thing was right in the eyes of all the peo.
14. 2 lifted up on nigh, because of his people I.
16. 2 he blessed the people in the name of the
16. 8 make known his deeds among Ihe people
16. 20 and from (one) kingdom to another peop.
16. 26 For all the gods of the people (are) idols
16. 28 ye kindreds of the people, give unto the
16. 36 the people said, Amen, and praised the L.
16. 43 all the people departed every man to his
17. 6 whom I commanded to feed my people, sa.
17. 7 thou shouldest be ruler over my people I.
17. 9 I will ordain a place for my people Israel
17. 10 commanded judges (to be) over mypeoplc
17. 21 what one nation, .(is) like thy people Isr.
17. 21 God went to redeem (to be) his own peo.
17. 21 driving out nations from before thy peo.
17. 22 people Israel didst thou make thine own
18. 14 executed judgment..among all his people
19. 7 hired . .the king of Maachah and his peo.
19. ii resl of the people he delivered unto the
19. 13 behave ourselves valiantly for our people
19. 14 Joab and the people that (were) with him
20. 3 brought out the people . . all the people re.
ai. 2 said to .Coab, and to the rulers of the pe.
21. 3 make his people an hundred times so many
21. 5 gave the sum of the number of thepeople
21. 17 (Is il) nol I (thai) commanded the people
21. 17 not on thy people, that they should be pi.
21. 22 Ihe plague may be stayed from the people
32. 1 8 the land is subdued, .before his people
23. 25 hath given rest unto his people, that they
28. 2 Hear me, my brethren, and my people
28. 21 all the people (will be) wholly at thy com.
29. 9 people rejoiced, for that they offered wil.
29. 14 what (is) my people, that we should be
29. 17 now have I seen with- joy thy people, whi.
29. 18 of the thoughts of the heart of thy people
a Ch. i. 9 thou hast made me king over apeople like
i. 10 may go out and come in before this people
i. 10 for who can judge this thypeople, (thai is
1. ii that thou mayest judge my people, over
2. ii Because Ihe LORD hath loved his people
2. 18 six hundred overseers to set the people
6. 5 Since the day that I brought forth my p.
6. 5 any man to be a ruler over my people Is.
6. 6 chosen David to be over my people Israel
6. 21 supplications, .of thy people Israel, which
6. 24 if thy people Israel be put to the worse be.
6. 25 forgive the sin of thy people Israel, and
6. 27 forgive the sin . . of thy people Israel, when
6. 27 whichjthou hast given unto thy people for
6. 29 made of any man, or of all thy people Is.
6. 32 stranger, which is not of thy people Israel
6. 33 people, .fear thee, as (doth) thy people I.
6. 34 If thy people go oul to war against their
6. 39 forgive thy people which have sinned ag.
7. 4 all the people offered sacrifices before the
7. 5 all the people dedicated the house of God
7. 10 he sent the people away into their tents
7. 10 and to Solomon, and to Israel his people
7. 13 or if I send pestilence among my people
7. 14 Ifmypeople, which are called by my name
8. 7 all the people (thai were) lefl of the Hit.
8. TO officers . . that bare rule over the people
o. 5 said . . Come again . . And the people depar.
o. 6 give ye (me) lo return answer to this pe.?
o. 7 If thou be kind to this people, and please
o. 9 that we may return answer to this people
o. 10 Thus shall thou answer the people that
o. 12 Jeroboam and all the people came to R.
o. 15 So the king hearkened not unto the peo.
o. 16 people answered the king, saying, What
2. 3 people (were) without number that came
3. 17 Abijah and his people slew them with a
4. 13 Asa and the people thai (were)wilh him
6. 10 oppressed (some) of the people Ihe same
7. 9 they . . went about . . and taught the people
8. 2 killed sheep . . for the people lhal(he had)
8. 3 as thou (art), and ray people as thy people
8. 27 And Micaiah said . . Hearken, all ye people
9. 4 he went out again through the people
20. 7 drive out. .before thy people Israel, and
20. 21 when he had consulted with the people
20. 25 when Jehoshaphat and his people came
20. 33 for as yet the people had not prepared
21. 14 smile thy people, and thy children, and
ai. ig his people made no burning for him, like
a Ch. 23. 5 all the people (shall be) in the courts of
23. 6 all the people shall keep the watch of the
r 3. 10 he set all the people, every man having
23. 12 when Athaliah heard the noise of the pe.
23. 12 she came to the people into the house of
23. 13 all the people of the land rejoiced, and
23. 16 made a covenant between .all tl, (-people
23. 16 and. .that they should be the LORD S pe.
23. 17 all the people went lo the house of Uaal
23. 20 governors of the people, ami all the peo.
23. 21 all the people of Ihe land rejoiced : and
24. 10 princes and all Ihe people rejoiced, and
24. 20 which slood above Ihe people, and said
24. 23 the princes of the jKiople from among the p.
25. ii led forth his people, and went to the val.
25. 15 hast Ihou sought after the gods of Ihe p.
25. 15 which could nol deliver Iheir own people
26. i Then all Ihe people of Judah look I zziah
26. 21 over Ihe king s house, judging Ihe people
27. 2 And the people did yet corruptly
29. 36 people, thai God had prepared Ihe people
30. 3 neither had the people gathered themsel.
30. 13 assembled at Jerusalem much people to
30. 18 Foramultitudeof thepeople, (even) many
30. 20 the LORD hearkened, .and healed the pe.
30. 27 the priests, .arose and blessed the people
31. 4 commanded the people that dwelt in Je.
31. 8 Ihey blessed Ihe LOUD, and his people I.
31. 10 for the LORD hath blessed his people ; and
32. 4 there was gathered much people together
32. 6 he selcaplainsof waroverlhe people, and
32. 8 people rested themselves upon the words
3-2. 13 my fathers have done unto all thepeople
32. 14 could deliver his people out of mine hand
32. 15 was able to deliver his people out of mine
32. 17 have nol delivered their people out of mine
32. 17 Ihe God of Hezekiah deliver his people out
32. 18 unto the people of Jerusalem that (were)
32. 19 as against Ihe gods of the people of the
33. 10 LORD spake, .to his people ; but they wo.
33. 17 Nevertheless the people did sacrifice still
33. 25 the people . . and Ihe people of Ihe land
34. 30 Leviles, and 11 Ihe people, greal and small
35. 3 serve now Ihe LORD your God, and his p.
35. 8 his princes gave willingly unlo Ihe people
36. i Then Ihe people of the land took J ehoahaz
36. 14 people transgressed very much after all
36. 15 because he had compassion on his people
36. 16 wrath of the LORD arose against his peo.
36. 23 who (is there) among you of all his people?
Ezra i . 3 Who (is there) among you of all his people?
2. 2 number of the men of the people of Israel
2. 70 (some) of the people . . dwell in their cities
3. i people gathered themselves togelher as
3. 3 fear (was) upon them because of the peo.
3. ii all the people shouted with a great shoul
3. 13 So thai Ihe people could not discern Ihe
3. 13 weeping of Ihe people : for Ihe people sh.
4. 4 people, .weakened Ihe hands oflhe people
8. 15 viewed the people and Ihe priesls, and f.
8. 36 furthered Ihe people, and the house of God
9. i people, .have nol separated, .from Ihe p.
9. 2 have mingled Ihemselves with the people
9. ii with the filthiness of Ihe people of the 1.
9. 14 join in affinity with the people of Ihese a.
10. i assembled . . for the people wept very sore
10. 2 have taken slrange wives of Ihe people of
10. 9 all Ihe people sal in Ihe slreel of Ihe house
10. ii separate yourselves from the people of the
10. 13 people (are) many, .(it is) a lime of much
Neh. 1. 10 Ihese (are) Ihy servants and thy people
4. 6 joined . .for the people had a mind to work
4.. 13 I even set the people after Iheir families
4." 14, 19 said, .lo the rest of the people
4. 22 at the same time said I unto the people
5. i there was a great cry of the people, and
5. 13 Ihe people did according to this promise
5. 15 before me- were chargeable unto the peo.
5. 15 their servants bare rule over the people
5. 1 8 the bondage was heavy upon this people
5. 19 to all thai I have done for this people
7. 4 people (were) few therein, and the houses
7. 5 put into mine heart to gather . . Ihe people
7. 7 The number, .of the men of the people of
7. 72 (that) which the rest of the people gave
7. 7380 the priesls. .and (some) of Ihe people
8. i all Ihe people gathered themselves tope.
8. 3 ears ofallthepeople(wereallentive)nnto
8. 5 the people ; for he was above all Ihe peo.
8. 5 whenhe opened it, all thepeople stood up
8. 6 all the people answered,Amen,Amen,wilh
8. 7 caused the people to understand, .the p.
8. 9 taught the people, said unto all the people
8. 9 all the people wept, when they heard the
8. ii So the Levites slilled all Ihe people, say.
8. 12 all Ihe people wenl their way to eat, and
8. 13 chief of the fathers of all Ihe people, the
8. 16 So Ihe people went forth, and brought (t.)
9. 10 showedst signs, .on all Ihe people of hisl.
9. 24 wilh Iheir kings, and the people of the 1.
9. 30 gavest thou them into the hand of the p.
9. 32 on all thy people, since the time of the k.
10. 14 chief of the people ; Parosh, Pahath-moab
10. 28 rest of the people, the priests, the Levites
10. 30 not give our daughters unto the people of
10. 31 (if) tne people of the land bring ware or
10. 34 we cast Ihe lols among., the people, for the
11. i rulers of the people . . rest of the people
i T. 2 people blessed all the men thai willingly
11. 24 hand in all matters concerning the people
12. 30 purified thepeople, and the gates, and Ihe
12. 38 half of the people upon the wall, from be.
Neh. 13.
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Job
Psa.
1 they read, .in the audience of the people
24 according to the language of each people
5 king made a feast unto all the people t hat
11 show the people and the prinees her bea.
16 to all the people thai (are) in all the prc.
22 to every people, .the language of every p.
10 Esther had not showed her people nor her
20 not (yet) showed her kindred nor her pe.
6 for they had showed him the people of M.
6 Hainan sought to destroy . . the people of
8 There is a certain people scattered abroad
8 dispersed among the people in all tin, pr.
8 their laws (are)
diverse from all people
1 1 silver (is) given to thee, the people also
12 every people, .and (to) every people
14 was published unlo all people, that they
8 to make request before him for her people
11 people of the king s provinces, do know
3 let my life be given, .and my people at my
4 For we are sold, I and my people, to be
6 see the evil thai shall come unto my peo.
9 unto every people after their language
ii all the power of the people and province
13 (was) published unto all people, and that
1 7 many of the people of the land became J.
2 for the fear of them fell upon all people
3 seeking the wealth of his people, and sp.
2 No doubt but ye (are) the people, and \vi
74 the heart of the chief of the people of the
6halhmademe also a byword of Ihe ]ieople
19 son nornephew among his people, nor any
20 people shall be troubled at midnighl, and
30 Thai the hypocrite reign not, lest the pe.
20 Desire not the night, when people are cut
31 by them judgethlie the people; he giveth
6 I will not be afraid of len thousands of p.
8 thy blessing (is) upon thy people. Selah
8 The LORD shall judge the people : judge
ii declare among the people his doings
4 who eat up my people (as)they eal bread
7 bringelh back the captivity of his people
27 For thou will save the aftlicled people; but
43 delivered me from Ihe slrivings of Ihe p.
43 people (whom) I have not known shall se.
47 (It is) God that, .subduelh the people un.
6 reproach of men, and despised of Ihe pe.
31 unlo a people lhal shall be born, that he
9 Save thy people, and bless thine inherit.
ii The LORD will give strength unto his peo.
ii the LORD will bless his people with peace
o maketh the devices of the people of none
2 people (whom) he hath chosen for his o n
8 I will praise thee among much people
2 Thou sellest Ihy people for nought, and
5 Thine arrows (are) sharp . . the people fall
forget also thine own people, and thy fa.
2 rich among the people shall entreal Ihy
7 Iherefore shall Ihe people praise thee for
1 clap your hands, all ye people ; shout unto
3 He shall subdue the people under us, and
9 princes of the people . .thepeople of the G.
1 Hearthis, all(ye)people ; give ear, all (ye)
4 He shall call . . that he may judge his peo.
7 Hear, O my people, and I will speak ; O
4 who eat up my people (as) they eat bread
6 bringeth back the captivity of his people
7 in (thine) anger cast down the people, O
9 will praise thee, O LORD, among the peo.
ii Slaythem not, lest mypeople forget, scalier
3 Thou hasl showed Ihy people hard things
8 ye people, pour out your heart before him
8 bless our God, ye people, and make the
3, 5 Let the people praise, .let all the peo.
4 thou shall judge the people righteously
7 when thou wenlesl forth before thy peo.
30 of the bulls, with the calves of the people
30 scatter thou the people (that) delight in
35 giveth strength and power unto (his) pe.
2 He shall judge Ihy people with righteous.
3 mountains shall bring peace to the people
4 He shall judge the poor of Ihe people, he
10 Therefore his people return hither; and
14 gavest him (to be) meat to the people in.
18 foolish people have blasphemed thy name
14 hast declared thy strength among the pe.
15 hast with (thine) arm redeemed thy peo.
20 Thou leddest thy people like a flock by
1 Give ear, O my people, (to) my law : inc.
20 Behold, .can he provide flesh for his peo.
52 made his own people to go forth like sheep
62 He gave his people over also unto the sw.
71 he brought him to feed Jacob his people
13 we thy people, and sheep of thy pasture
4 be angry against the prayer of thy people
8 Hear, O my people, and I will testify un.
11 my people would not hearken lo my voice
136 that my people had hearkened unto me
3 have taken crafty counsel against thy pe.
2 Thou hast forgiven Ihe iniquily of Ihy p.
6 revive us. .lhal Ihy people may rejoice
8 he will speak peace unlo his people, and
6 shall count, when he writeth up the peo.
15 Blessed (is) the people thai know Ihe joy.
19 I have exalted (one) chosen oul of the p.
50 bear, .(the reproach of) all the mighty p.
5 They break in pieces thy people, O LORD
8 Understand, ye brutish among the people
14 For the LORD will not cast off his people
7 we (are) the people of his pasture, and
10 It (is) a people thai do err in their heart
3 Declare . . his wonders among all people
7 O ye kindreds of the people, give unto tho
PEOPLE 742 PEOPLE
Psa. 96. 10 LORD, .shall judge the people righteously
96. 13 In; shall judite. .the people with his truth
97. 6 declare his righteousness, and all the JKJ.
98. 9 judge the world, and the people with ec[.
99. i The LORD reigneth ; let the people treni.
99. 2 LORD (is) great, .he (is) high above all pe.
oo. 3 (are) his people, and the sheep of his pa.
02. 18 the people which shall be created shall
02. 22 When the people are gathered together
05. i make known his deeds among the people
05. 13 went, .from (one) kingdom to another IK;.
05. 20 the ruler of the people, and let him go f.
05. 24 he increasedhis people ;;reatly, and made
05. 25 He turned their heart to hate his people
05. 43 And he brought forth his people with joy
06. 4 the favour (that thou bearest unto) thy p.
06. 40 was the wrath, .kindled against his jieople
06. 48 let all the people say, Amen. Praise yu
07. 32 exalt him. .in the congregation of thepe.
3 Thy people (shall be) willing in the day of
6 He hath showed his people the power of
9 He sent redemption unto his people : he
13. 8 may set (him), .with the princes of his p.
14. i house of Jacob from a people of strange
16. 14, 18 pay. .now in the presence of allhispeo.
25. 2 round about his people from henceforth
35. 12 And gave, .an heritage unto Israel his p.
35. 14 the LORD will judge his people, and he
36. 16 which led his people through the wilder.
44. 2 and (he), .who siibdueth my people under
44. 15 Happy (is that) people that is in such a
44. 15 happy (is that) people whose God (is) the
48. 14 He also exalteth the horn of his people
48. 14 children of Israel, a people near unto him
49. 4 the LORD taketh pleasure in his people: he
Provn. 14 Where noconnsel(is), the people fall : but
14. 28 In the multitude of people (is) the king s
24. 24 him shall the people curse, nations shall
28. 15 (so is) a wicked ruler over the poor people
29. 2 the righteous are in authority, the people
29. 2 the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn
29. 1 8 Where (there is) no vision, the people pe.
30. 25 The ants (are) a people not strong, yet they
Ecel. 4. 16 (There is) no end ttt all the people, .of all
12. 9 he still taught the people knowledge ; yea
Isa. i. 3 doth not know, my people doth not cons.
i. 4 people laden with iniquity, a seed of evil
1. 10 give ear unto the law. .people of Gomor.
2. 3 people shall go and say, Come ye, and let
2. 4 shall rebuke many people ; and they shall
2. 6 thou hast forsaken thy people the house
3. 5 the people shall be oppressed, every one
3. 7 saying . . make me not a ruler of the people
3. 12 my people, children (are) their oppressors
3. 12 O my people, they which lead thee cause
3. 13 The LORD standeth up. .to judge the pe.
3. 14 judgment with the ancients of his people
3. 15 What mean ye (that) ye beat my people to
5. 13 Therefore my people are gone into capti.
5. 25 is the anger, .kindled against his people
6. 5 in the midst of a people of unclean lips
6. 9 and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but
6. 10 Make the heartofthis people fat, and ma.
7. 2 was moved, and the heart of his people
7. 8 Ephraim be broken, that it be not a peo.
7. 17 upon thy people, and upon thy father s
8. 6 this people refuseth the waters of Shiloah
8. 9 Associate yourselves, () ye people, and ye
8. ii I should not walk in the way of this peo.
8. 12 (to) whom this people shall say, Aconfed.
8. 19 should not a people seek unto their God?
9. 2 The people that walked in darkness have
9. 9 all the people shall know, (even) Ephraim
9. 13 the people turneth not unto him thatsm.
9. 16 the leaders of this people cause (them) to
9. 19 the people shall be as the fuel of the fire
10. 2 take . . the right from the poor of my peop.
10. 6 against the people of my wrath will I give
10. 13 I have removed the bounds of the people
10. 14 found as a nest the riches of the people
10. 22 people Israel be as the sand of the sea
10. 24 O my people that dwellest in Zion, be not
n. 10 shall stand for an ensign of the people
n. ii set. .to recover the remnant of his people
11. 16 an highway for the remnant of his people
12. 4 declare his doings among the people, make
13. 4 noise, .like as of a great people; a tumult.
13. 14 shall every man tuni to his own people
14. 2 the people shall take them, and bringthem
14. 6 He who smote the people in wrath with
14. 20 destroyed thy land, (and) slain thy people
14. 32 and the poor of his people shall trust in
17. 12 Woe to the multitude of many people, (w.)
18. 2, 7 a people terrible from their beginning
18. 7 present, .of a people scattered and peeled
19. 25 Blessed (be) Egypt my people, and Assyria
22. 4 the spoiling of the daughter of my people
23. 13 this people was not, (till) the Assyrian
24. 2 as with the people, so with the priest ; as
24. 4 haughty people of the earth do languish
24. 13 the midst of the land among the people
25. 3 Therefore shall the strong people glorify
25. 6 shall the LORD of hosts make unto all pe.
25. 7 the face of the covering castoverallthep.
25. 8 the rebuke of his people shall he take away
26. ii be ashamed for (their)envy at the people
26. 20 Come, my people, enter thou into thy ch.
27. ii for it (is) a people of no understanding
28. 5 a diadem . . unto the residue of his people
28. 1 1 another tongue will he speak to this peo.
28. 14 rule this people which (is) in Jerusalem
29. 13 this people draw near (me) with their m.
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14 to do a marvellous work among this peo.
5 of a people (that) could not profit them
6 carry, .to a people (that) shall not prolit
9 this (is) a rebellious people, bring children
19 people shall dwell in Zion at Jerusalem
26 LORD bindeth up the breach of his pe .pi.-
28 a bridle in the jaws of the people, causing
13 Upon the land of my people shall come up
18 And my people shall dwellina peaceable
3 At the noise of the tumult the people lied
12 the people shall be (as) the burnings of 1.
19 shalt not see a fierce people, a people of
24 the people that dwell therein (shall be)
5 upon the people of my curse, to judgment
11 in the ears of the people that (are) on the
i Comfort ye, comfort ye my people, saith
7 grass withereth . . surely the people (is) g.
5 giveth bread unto the people upon it
6 give thee for a covenantor the people, for
22 this (is) a people robbed and spoiled; (th.)
8 Bring forth the blind people that have
20 to give drink to my people, my chosen
21 This people have I formed for myself ; th.
7 since I appointed the ancient people? and
6 was wroth with my i/ ople, I have pollu.
8 give thee for a covenant of the people, to
1 3 the LORD hath comforted his people, and
22 and set up my standard to the people
4 Hearken unto me, my people ; and give
4 judgment to rest for a light of the people
5 mine arms shall judge the people : the is.
7 Hearken, .the people in whose heart (is)
16 and say unto Zion, Thou (art) my people
22 God (that) pleadeth the cause of his people
4 My people went down aforetime into Eg.
5 that my people is taken away for nought
6 my people shall know my name: therefore
9 the LOUD hath comforted his people, lie
8 for the trangression of my people was he
3 hath utterly separated me from his people
7 be called an house of prayer forall people
14 stumbling block out of the way of my pe.
1 show my people their transgression, and-
21 Thy people also (shall be) all righteous
9 and their offspring among the people
10 prepare ye the way of the people ; cast up
10 cast up . .lift up a standard for the people
12 The holy people, The redeemed of the L.
3 and of the people (there was) none witli
6 will tread down the people in mine anger
8 they (are)my people, children (that) will n.
ji he remembered. .Moses, (and) his people
14 so didst thou lead thy people, to make t.
18 The people of thy holiness have possessed
9 see, we beseech thee, we (are) all thy pe.
2 have spread out . . unto a rebellious people
3 A people that provoketh me to anger
10 place . . for my people that have sought me
1 8 Jerusalem a rejoicing, and her people a
19 rejoice in Jerusalem, and joy in my people
22 the days of a tree (are) the days of my p.
18 brasen walls, .against the people of the 1.
11 my people have changed their glory for
13 mypeoplehavecommittedtwoevils; they
31 Wherefore say my people, We are lords
32 my people have forgotten me days with.
10 greatly deceived this people and Jerusa.
1 1 that time shall it be said to this people
11 wind, .toward the daughter of my people
22 people (is) foolish, they have not known me
14 I will make . .this people wood, and ft sh.
21 foolish people, and without understand.
23 people hath a revolting and a rebellious
26 For among my people are found wicked
31 my people love (to have it) so : and what
14 the hurt (of the daughter) of my people
19 I will bring evil upon this people, (even)
21 I will lay stumbling blocks before this p.
22 a people cometh from the north country
26 O daughter of my people, gird (thee) with
27 a tower (and) a fortress among my people
12 did. .for the wickedness of my people Is.
16 pray not thou for this people, neither lift
23 will be your God, and ye shall be my pe.
33 the carcases of this people shall be meat
5 Why. .is this people of Jerusalem slidden
7 my people know not the judgment of the
ii, 21 the hurt of the daughter of my people
19 of the cry of the daughter of my people
22 not the health of the daughter of my pe.
1 the slain of the daughter of my people
2 I might leave my people, and go from th.
7 how shall I do for. .daughter of my peo.
15 I will feed them, (even) this people, with
3 the customs of the people (are) vain ; for
n. 4 so shall ye be my people, and I will IIP
11. 14 pray not thou for this people, neither lift
12. 14 have caused my people Israel to inherit
12. 1 6 will diligently learn the ways of my peo.
12. 1 6 they taught my people to swear by Baal
12. 16 they be built in the midst of my people
13. 10 This evil people, which refuse to hearmy
13. n they might be unto me for a people, and
14. 10 Thus saith the LORD unto this people, Th.
14. ii Pray not for this people for (their) good
14. 16 the people to whom they prophesy shall
14. 17 the virgin daughter of my people is bro.
15. i my mind (could) not (be) toward this pe.
15. 7 I will destroy my people, (since) they re.
15. 20 I will make thee unto this people a fen.
16. 5 have taken away my peace from this pe.
16. 10 shalt show this people all these words
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19 in the gate of the children of the people
15 my people hath forgotten me, they have
1 (take) of the ancients of the people, and
11 so will I break this people, and this city
14 and he stood, .and said to all the people
7 the ]H;ople, and (such as are) left in this
8 unto this people thou shalt say, Thus sa.
2 and thy people that enter in by these ga.
4 enter, .he, and his servants, and his peo.
2 against the pastors that feed my people
13 they prophesied, .and caused my people
22 had caused my people to hear my words
27 Which think to cause my people to forget,
32 cause my ja-ople to err by their lies, and
32 they shall not profit this people at all
33 when this people, or the prophet, or a p.
34 the people, that shall say, The burden of
7 shall be my people, and I will be their God
1 concerning all the people of Judahin the
2 prophet spake unto all the people of Jud.
19 Pharaoh. .and his princes, and all his pe.
7 thepeopluheardJeremiahspeakingtlie.se
8 commanded (him) to speak unto all the p.
8 all the people took him, saying, Thou sh.
9 thepeopleweregathered againstJeremiah
11,12 unto, .the princes, and to all the peo.
16 Then said the princes and all the people
17 spake to all the assembly of the people
18 spake to all the people of Judah, saying
23 body into the graves of the common iwo.
24 not give him into the hand of the people
12 and serve him and his people, and live
13 Why will ye die, thou and thy people
1 6 spake to the priests, and to all this people
i spake, .in the presence, .of all the people
5 in the presence of all the people that stood
7 that I speak, .in the ears of all the people
1 1 spake in the presence of all the people
15 but thou makest this people to trust in a
i to all the people whom Nebuchadnezzar
16 of all the people that dwelleth in tliiscity
25 sent letters in thy name unto all the peo.
32 have a man to dwell among this people
32 behold the good that I will do for my pe.
3 bring again the captivity of my people I.
22 ye shall be my people, and I will be your
1 families of Israel, and they shall be my p.
2 The people (which were) left of the sword
7 LORD, save thy people, the remnant of I.
14 people shall be satisfied with my goodness
33 be their God, and they shall be my people
21 hast brought forth thy people Israel out
38 they shall be my people, and I will be their
42 brought all this great evil upon this peo.
24 Considerest thou not what this people h.
24 have despised my people, that they should
1 all the people, fought against Jerusalem
8 covenant with all the people which (were)
10 all the people, which had entered into the
19 all the people of the land, which passed
16 this people hath not hearkened unto me
6 in the ears of the people, in the LORD S
7 LORD hath pronounced againstthis people
9 people in Jerusalem, and to all the people
10 Then read Baruch. .in the ears of all the p.
13 Baruch read the book in the ears of the p.
14 thou hast read in the ears of the people
2 neither he, nor his servants, nor the peo.
4 came in and went out among the people
t2 separate, .thence in the midst of the peo.
18 against thy servants, oragainst this people
i Jeremiah had spoken unto all the people
4 heweakeneth. . the handsof allthe people
4 manseekethnotthe welfare of this people
8 burned., the houses of the people, with fire
9 remnant of the people . . rest of the people
10 left of the poor of the people, which had
14 carry him home : so he dweltamongthep.
5 dwell with him among the people ; or go
6 dwelt with him among the people that w.
10 residue of the people, .and all the people
13 when all the people which (were) with I.
14 So allthe people that Ishmael had carried
16 all the remnant of the people whom he had
i, 8 all the people from the least even unto
i made an end of speaking unto all the pe.
4 all the people, obeyed not the voice of the
15 all the people that dwelt in the land of E.
20, 24 Jeremiah said unto all the people
20 the people which had given him (that) a.
21 people of the land, did not the LORD re.
16 Arise, and let us go again to our own peo.
24 shall be delivered into the hand of the p.
42 Moab shall be destroyed from (being) a p.
46 people of rhemosh perisheth : for thy so.
i doth their kinginherit(!ad, andhispeople
6 My people hath been lost sheep; their s.
16 they shall turn every one to his people, and
41 people shall come from the north, and a
4S My people, go ye out of the midst of her
58 people shall labour in vain, and the folk
6 so that there was no bread for the people
15 people, and the residue of the people that
25 who mustered the people of the land ; (and
thrceseore men of the people of the land
28 This (is) the people whom Nebuchadrez/.
i city sit solitary (that was) full of people
7 when her people fell into the hand of the
11 All her people sigh, they seek bread; they
18 hear, I pray you, all people, and behold
ii the destruction of the daughter of my p.
14 I was a derision to all my people, .their
PEOPLE
Lam. 3. 45 made us (as), .refuse in the midst of the p.
3. 48 the destruction of the daughter of my p.
4. 3 the daughter of my people (is become) c.
4. 6 iniquity of the daughter of my people is
4. 10 the destruction of the daughter of my p.
Eze. j. 5 thou (art) not sent to a people of a strange
3. 6 Not to many people of a strange speech
3. ii go. .unto the children of thy people, and
7. 27 the hands of the people of the land shall
ii. i five and twenty men. .princes of the peo.
n. 17 I will even gather you from the people, and
n. 20 they shall be my people.and I will be their
12. 19 say unto the peopleof the land, Thus saith
13. 9 shall not be in the assembly of my people
13. 10 even because they have seduced my peo.
13. 17 against the daughters of thy people, which
13. 18 Will ye hunt the souls of my people, and
13. 19 will ye pollute me among my people for
13. 19 by your lying to my people tliat hear (your)
13. 21 deliver my people out of your hand, and
13. 23 will deliver my people out of your hand
14. 8 cut him off from the midst of my people
14. 9 destroy him from the midst of my people
14. ii but that they may be my people, and I
17. 9 without great power or many people to p.
17. 15 might give him horses and much people
t8. 18 (that) which (is) not good among his peo.
20. 34 I will bring you out from the people, and
20. 35 bring you into the wilderness of the peo.
20. 41 when I bring you out from the people, and
si. 12 for it shall be upon my people, it (shall
21. 12 terrors, .shall be upon my people : smite
22. 29 The people of the land have used oppres.
23. 24 with an assembly of people, (which) shall
24. 18 So I spake unto the people in the morn.
24. 19 people said unto me, Wilt thou not tell us
25. 7 I will cut thee off from the people, and I
25. 14 by the hand of my people Israel: and they
26. 2 she is broken (that was) the gates of the
26. 7 horsemen, and companies, and much peo.
26. n he shall slay thy people by the sword, and
26. 20 bring thee down . . with the people of old
27. 3 a merchant of the people for many isles
27. 33 thou nlledst many people ; ihou didst en.
27. 36 The merchants among the people shall
28. 19 All they that know thee among the people
28. 25 from the people among whom they are s.
29. 13 from the people whither they were scatt.
30. 1 1 He and his people with him, the terrible
31. 12 all the people of the earth are gone down
32. 3 over thee with a company of many peop.
32. 9 I will also vex the hearts of many people
32. 10 I will make many people amazed at thee
33. 2 Speak to the children of thy people, and
33. 2 if the people of the land take a man of
33. 3 he blow the trumpet and warn the peop.
33. 6 blow not the trumpet, and the people be
33. 12 say unto the children of thy people, The
33. 17 Yet the children of thy people say, The
33. 30 children of thy people still are talking a.
33. 31 they come unto thee as the people cometh
33. 31 and they sit before thee (as) my people
34. 13 I will bring them out from the people, and
34. 30 (that) they, .(are) my people, saith the L.
36. 3 of talkers, and (are) an infamy of the pe.
36. 8 yield your fruit to my people of Israel; for
36. 12 I will cause men . .(even) my people Israel
36. 15 shalt thou bear the reproach of the people
36. 20 These (are) the people of the LORD, and
36. 28 ye shall be my people, and I will be your
37. 12 O my people, I will open your graves, and
37. 13 when I have opened your graves, O my p.
37. 1 8 when the children of thy people shall sp.
37. 23 so shall they be my people, and I will be
37. 27 be their God, and they shall be my people
38. 6 all his bands ; (and) many people with th
38. 8 gathered out of many people, against the
38. q all thy bands, and many people with thee
38. 12 upon the people (that are) gathered out
38. 14 In that day when my people of Israel dw.
38. 15 many people with thee, all of them riding
38. 16 thou shalt come up against my people of
38. 22 upon the many people that (are) with him
39. 4 all thy bands, and the people that (is) w.
39. 7 name known in the midst of my people I.
39. 1 3 all the people of the land shall bury (them)
39. 27 I have brought them again from the peo.
42. 14 to (those things) which (are) for the peop.
44. ii offering and the sacrifice for the people
44. 19 go forth . . into the outer court to the peo.
44. 19 they shall not sanctify the people with t.
44. 23 they shall teach mypeople (the difference)
45. 8 my princes shall no more oppress my pe.
45. 9 take away your exactions from my people
45. 16 All the people of the land shall give this
45. 22 and for all the people of the land a bull.
46. 3 Likewise the people of the land shall wo.
46. 9 when the people of the land shall come
46. 1 8 shall not take of the people s inheritance
46. 18 that my people be not scattered every m.
46. 20 into the outer court, to sanctify the peo.
46. 24 ministers . . shall boil the sacrifice of the p.
Dan. 8. 24 shall destroy the mighty and the holy pe.
9. 6 which spake . . to all the people of the land
9. 15 hast brought thy people forth out of the
9. 16 thy people (are become) a reproach to all
9. 19 for thy city and thy people are called by
9. 20 confessing my sin and the sin of my peo.
9. 24 Seventy weeks are determined upon thy p.
9. 26 people of the prince that shall come shall
10. 14 what shall befall thy people in the latter
11. 14 robbers of thy people shall exalt themsel.
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Dan. ii. 15 not withstand, neither his chosen people
ii. 32 people that do know their God shall best.
11. 33 they that understand among the people
12. i standeth for the children of thy people
12. i at that time thy people shall be delivered
12. 7 to scatter the power of the holy people
Kos. i. 9 for ye (are) not my people, and I will not
1. 10 Ye (are) not my people, (there) it shall be
2. 23 will say to (them which were) not my pe.
2. 23 Thou (art my) people ; and they shall nay
4. 4 for thy people (are) as they that strive w.
4. 6 My people are destroyed for lack of kno.
4. 8 They eat up the sin of my people, and th.
4. 9 there shall be, likepeople, likepriest: and
4. 12 My people aik counsel at their stocks, and
4. 14 the people (that) doth not understand sh.
6. it when I returned the captivity of my peo.
7. 8 he hath mixed himself among the people
9. i Kejoice not. .as (other) people : for thou
10. 5 for the people thereof shall mourn over it
io. 10 the people shall be gatberei I against them
10. 14 shall a tumult arise among thy people.and
11. 7 my people are bent to backsliding from me
Joel 2. 2 a great people and a strong ; there hath
2. 5 as a strong people set in battle array
2. 6 Before their face the people shall be much
2. 16 Gather the people, sanctify the congrega.
2. 17 Spare thy people, () LORD, and give not
2. 17 wherefore should they say among the pe.
2. 18 be jealous for his land, and pity his peop.
2. 19 the LORD will answer and say unto his p.
2. 26, 27 and my people shall neverbe ashamed
3. 2 will plead with them there for my people
3. 3 they have cast lots for my people ; and h.
3. 16 but the LORD (will be) the hope of his pe.
Amos i. 5 people of Syria shall go into captivity un.
3. 6 Shall a trumpet be blown . . and the peop.
7. 8 set a plumb line in the midst of my people
7. 15 LORD said. .Go, prophesy unto my people
8. 2 The end is come upon my peopleof Israel
9. io All the sinners of my people shall die by
9. 14 bring again the captivity of my people of
Obad. 13 have entered into the gate of my people
Jon. i. 8 what (is) thy country ? and of what people
Mic. i. 2 Hear, all ye people; hearken, Dearth, and
1. 9 is come unto the gate of my people, (even)
2. 4 he hath changed the portion of mypeople
2. 8 Even of late my people is risen up as an
2. 9 The women of my people have ye cast out
2. 1 1 he shall even be the prophet of this peo.
3. 3 Who also eat the flesh of my people, and
3. 5 the prophets that make my people err
4. i shall be exalted..and people shall flowun.
4. 3 shall judge among many people, and reb.
4. 5 For all people will walk every one in the
4. 13 and thou shalt beat in pieces many peop.
5. 7, 8 remnant, .shall be in the midst of. .pe.
6. 2 LORD hath a controversy with his people
6. 3 O my people, what have I done unto thee ?
6. 5 O my people, remember now what Balak
6. 1 6 ye shall bear the reproach of my people
7. 14 Feed thy people with thy rod, the flock of
Xah. 3. 13 thy people in the midst of thee (are) wo.
3. 1 8 thypeople is scattered upon the mountains
Hab. 2. 5 also, because he . . heapeth unto him all p.
2. 8 all the remnant of the people shall spoil
2. io shame, .by cutting off many people, and
2. 13 the people shall labour in the very fire, and
3. 13 wentest forth for the salvation of thy pe.
3. 16 when he cometh up unto the people, he
Zeph. i. ii all the merchant people are cut down ; all
2. 8 whereby they have reproached my people
2. 9 residue of mypeopleshall spoil them, and
2. io magnified (themselves) against the people
3. 9 For then will I turn to the people a pure
3. 12 also leave, .an afflicted and poor people
3. 20 a praise among all people of the earth, w.
2 This people say, The time is not come, the
12 Joshua, .with all the remnant of the peo.
12 and the people did fear before the LORD
13 in the LORD S message unto the people
14 spirit of all the remnant of the people ; and
2. 2 Speak now. .to the residue of the people
2. 4 be strong, all ye people of the land, saith
2. 14 So (is) this people, and so (is) this nation
Zech. 2. ii nations shall be joined, .shall be my peo.
7. 5 Speak unto all the people of the land, and
8. 6 in the eyes of the remnant of this people
8. 7 I will save my people from the east cou.
8. 8 they shall be my people, and I will be th.
8. ii I (will) not (be)unto the residue of this p.
8. 12 cause the remnant of this people to poss.
8. ?o there shall come people, and the inhabi.
8. 22 many people and strong nations shall co.
9. 16 shall save them . . as the flock of his people
0. 9 I will sow them among the people : and
1. io covenant. .1 had made with all the people
2. 2 cup of trembling unto all the people rou.
2. 3 make . . a burdensome stone for all people
2. 4 will smite every horse of the people with
2. 6 they shall devour all the people round a.
3.9! will say, It (is) my people ; and they s.
4. 2 residue of the people shall not be cut off
4. 12 wherewith the LORD will smite all the p.
Mai. i. 4 people against whom the LORD hath indi.
2. 9 contemptible and base before all the pe.
10. People, ay am.
Ezra 5. 12 and carried the people away into Babylon
6. 12 destroy all kings and people that shall put
7. 13 make a decree, that all they of the people
7. 16 with the freewill offering of the people, and
PEOPLE
Ezra 7. 25 judges, which may judge all the people th.
Dan. 2. 44 kingdom shall not In- left to other people
3. 4 To you it ia commanded, O people, nations
3. 7 when all the people heard . .all the: people
3. 29 I makeadecree, That every people, nation
4. i unto all people, nations, and languages
5. 19 for the majesty that he gave him, all pe.
6. 25 king Darius wrote unto all people, nations
7. 14 all people, nations, and languages, should
7. 27 the people of the saints of the most high
\\.People, populace, 8f//uor demos.
Acts 12. 22 the people gave a shout, (aaying, It is)the
17. 5 audjsought to bring them out to the peo.
19. 30 Paul would have entered in unto the peo.
19. 33 would have made his defence unto the p.
12. Nation, eBvot ethnos.
Acts 8. 9 bewitched the people of Samaria, giving
Horn. io. 19 provoke you. .by (them that are) no peo
IS. People, \aos laos.
Matt. i. 2t he shall save his people from their gins
2. 4 the chief priests and scribes of the peop.
2. 6 Governor, that shall rule my people I -me]
4. 16 The people which sat in darkness saw gr.
4. 23 and all manner of disease among the peo.
9. 35 sickness and every disease, [among the p.]
13. 15 this people s heart is waxed gross, and
15. 8 This people draweth nigh unto me with
21. 23 the elders of the people came unto him
26. 3 the scribes, and the elders of the people
26. 5 lest there be an uproar among the people
26. 47 the chief priests and elders of the people
27. i the chief priests and elders of the p. -ople
27. 25 Then answered all the people, and said
27. 64 steal him away, and say unto the people
Mark 7. 6 This people honoureth me with (their) lips
ii. 32 they feared the people : for all (men) cou.
14. 2 Not. .lest there be anuproarof the people
Luke io the people were praying without at the
. 17 make ready a people prepared for the L.
. 21 people waited for Zacharias, and marvel.
. 68 he hath visited and redeemed his people
. 77 To give knowledge of salvation unto his p.
2. io of great joy, which shall be to all people
2. 31 hast prepared before the face of all peop.
2. 32 A light, .and the glory of thy people Isr.
3. 15 as the people were in expectation, and all
3. 1 8 other things, .preached he unto the peo.
3. 21 when all the people were baptised, it ca.
6. 17 a great multitude of people out of all Ju.
7. i his sayings in the audience of the people
7. 16 saying. .That God hath visited his people
7. 29 people that heard (him), and the publicans
8. 47 declared unto him before all the people
9. 13 should go and buy meat for all this peop.
1 8. 43 the people, when they saw (it), gave praise
19. 47 chief of the people sought to destroy him
19. 48 the people were very attentive to hearhim
20. i he taught the people in the temple, and
20. 6 the people will stone us : for they be pe.
20. 9 Then began he to speak to the people this
20. 19 they feared the people: for they perceived
20. 26 take hold of his words before the people
20. 45 in the audience of all the people, he said
21. 23 there shall be. .wrath upon this people
21. 38 the people came early in the morning to
. 22. 2 might kill him ; for they feared the peo.
22. 66 the elders of the people, and the chief pr.
23. 5 He stirreth up the people, teaching thro.
23. 13 chief priests and the rulers and the peo.
23. 14 unto me, as one that perverteth the peo.
23. 27 there followed him a great company of p.
23. 35 the people stood beholding. And the ru.
24. 19 a prophet .. before God and all the people
John 8. 2 [thpeople came unto him ; and he sat]
11. 50 one man should die for the people, and
1 8. 14 that one man should die for the people
Acts 2. 47 and having favour with all the people
3. 9 people saw him walking and praising God
3. ii the people ran together unto them in the
3. 12 he answered unto the people, Ye men of
3. 23 shall be destroyed from among the people
4. i as they spake unto the people, the priests
4. 2 that they taught the people, and preached
4. 8 ye rulers of the people, and elders of Isr.
4. io Be it known, .to all the people of Israel
a. 17 it spread no further among the people
4. 21 might punish them, because ofthepeople
4. 25 Why did. .the people imagine vain things
4. 27 the people of Israel, were gathered toge.
5. 12 and wonders wrought among the people
5. 13 no man. .but the people magnified them
5. 20 speak in the temple to the people all the
5. 25 are. .in the temple, and teaching the pe.
5. 26 they feared the people, lest they should.
5. 34 had in reputation among all the people
5. 37 drewaway much people after him : he also
6. 8 did. .wonders and miracles among the p.
6. 12 they stirred up the people, and the elders
7. 17 the people grew and multiplied in Egypt
7. 34 affliction of my people which is in Egypt
io. 2 which gave much alms to the people, and
io. 41 Not to all the people, but unto witnesses
io. 42 he commanded us to preach unto the pe.
12. 4 intending, .to bring him forth to the peo.
12. ii the expectation of the peopleof the Jews
13. 15 any word of exhortation for the people
13. 17 The God of this peopleof Israel chose our
13. 17 exalted the people when they dwelt as
13. 24 of repentance to all the people of Israel
13. 31 them. .who are his witnesses unto the p.
PEOPLE
Acts 15. 14 to take out of them apeople forhisname
18. 10 to hurt, .for I have much people in this
19. 4 saying unto the people, that they should
28 teacheth .. every where againstthe people
30 the people ran together : and they took
36 the people followed after, crying, Away
39 Mid. .suffer me to speak unto the people
40 beckoned with the hand unto the people
23. 5 shalt not speak evil of the ruler of thy p.
26. 17 Delivering thee from the people, and (f.)
26. 23 should show light unto the people, and
28. 17 have committed nothing against the peo.
28. 26 Go unto this people, and say, Hearing ye
28. 27 the heart of this people is waxed gross
Rom. 9. 25 call, .my people, which were not my pro.
9. 26 Ye (are) not my people ; there shall they
10. 21 unto a disohcdicntand gainsay ing peoplr
1 1. i Hath God cast away his people? God lor
11. 2 God hath not cast away his people which
15. 10 saith, Rejoice, ye Gentiles, with his peop.
15. ii all ye Gentiles ; and laud him, all ye peo
1 Co. 10. 7 The people sat down to eat and drink, and
14. 21 With, .other lips will I speak unto. .peo.
2 Co. 6. 16 be their God, and they shall be my peop.
Titus 2. 14 ami purify unto himself a peculiar people
Heb. 2. 17 make reconciliation for the sins of the p.
4. 9 remaineth therefore a rest to the people
5. 3 as for the people, so also for himself, to
7.
e commandment to take tithes of the peop.
7. ii for under it the people received the law
7. 27 for his own sins, and then for the people s
8. 10 a God, and they shall be to me apeople
9. 7 for himself, and .the errors of the people
9. 19 had spoken every precept to all the peop.
9. 19 sprinkled both the book, and all the peop
10. 30 And again. The Lord shall judge his peo.
1 1. 25 suffer affliction with the people of God
13. 12 might sanctify the people with his own b.
1 Pe. 2. 9 priesthood, .holy nation, a peculiar peo.
2. 10 (were) not a people but (are) now the pe.
2 Pe. 2. i there were false prophets among the pe
Jude 5 saved the people out of the land of Egypt
Rev. 5. 9 kindred, and tongue, and people, and n.
7. 9 of all nations, and kindreds and people
10. ii must prophesy again before many peoples
11. 9 the people, and kindreds, and tongues, and
14. 6 nation, and kindred, and tongue, and pe.
17. 15 peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and
18. 4 Come out of her, my people, that ye be not
21. 3 they shall be His people, and God himself
14. Crowd, ox^ot ochlos.
Matt. 7. 28 the people were astonished at his doctri.
9. 23 saw the minstrels and the people making
9. 25 when the people were put forth, he went
12. 23 the people were amazed, and said, Is not
1 2. 4(5 While he yet talked to the people, behold
13 when the people had heard (thereof), they
26 we fear the people ; for all hold John as a
15 wont to release unto the people a prisoner
21 much people gathered unto him : and he
24 much people followed him, and thronged
33 [the people] saw them departing, and m
34 Jesus, .saw much people, and was moved
45 and to go. .while he sent away the people
14 when he had called all the people (unto
17 was entered into the house from the peo.
6 he commanded the people to sit down on
6 the loaves . . and they did set . before the p.
34 when he had called the people, .with his
15 people, when they beheld him, were gre.
25 saw that the people came running tenet.
i the people resort unto him again : and, as
18 all the people was astonished at his doc.
12 to lay hold on him, but feared the people
37 And thecommon people heard him gladly
41 how the people cast money into the trea
ii the chief priests moved the people, that
15 Pilate, willing to content the people, re.
10 the people asked him, saying, What shall
42 the people sought him. and came unto h.
i the people pressed upon him to hear the
3 sat . . and taught the people out of the ship
9 said unto the people that followed him
11 his disciples went with him, and much p.
12 and much people of the city was with her
24 to speak unto the people concerning John
4 when much people were gathered togeth.
40 the people (gladly) received him : forthey
42 But as he went the people thronged him
11 the people, when they knew (it), followed
18 saying. Whom say the people that I am?
37 when they were come, .much people met
14 thedumbspake ; andthepeoplewondrnd
29 when the people were gathered thick to
i gathered, .innumerable multitude of peo.
54 he said also to the people, When ye see
14 said unto the people, There are six days
17 all the people rejoiced for all the glorious
4 to the chief priests and (to) the people, I
48 the people that came together to that si.
22 the people which stood on the other side
24 the people therefore saw that Jesus was
12 murmuring among the people concerning
12 others said, Nay ; but he deceiveth the p.
20 The people answered and said, Thou hast
. 31 the people believed on him. and said, W.
32 people murmured such things concerning
40 the people therefore, when they heard t.
43 a division amongthe people because ofhim
49 people who knoweth not the law are cur.
42 because of the people which stand by I s.
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John 12. Q Much people of the Jews therefore knew
12. 12 much people that were come to the feast
12. 17 The people therefore that was with him
12. 18 the people also met him, for that they h.
12. 29 The people therefore that stood by, and
12. 34 The people answered him. We have heard
Acts S. 6 the people with one accord gave hen I um.i
ii. 24 and much people was added unto the Lo.
ii. 2b they assembled, .and taught much people
14. ii when the people saw what 1 aul had done
14. 13 would have done sarrilicu with the people
14. 14 they, .ran in amount he people, crying out
14. 18 scarce restrained thc\ thepcople,that they
14. 19 persuaded the people, and, having stoned
17. 8 they troubled the peoplr ami the rulers of
. 17. 13 came thither, .and stirred up the people
19. 26 persuaded and turned away much people
19. 35 when the town clerk had appeased the p.
21. 27 stirred up all the people, and laid hands
21. 35 was borne .for the violence of the people
24. 12 [neither raisingup the people, neitherin]
Rev. 19. i a great voice of much people in heaven
PEOPLE, number of or mingled
l.Mizture, rabble, yyi ereb.
Jer. 25. 20 the mingled people, and all the kings of
25. 24 mingled people that dwell in the desert
50. 37 mingled people that (are) in the midst of
Eze. 30. 5 the mingled people, and Chub, and the
"2.(, rowd, o^Aos ochlos.
Mavkio. 46 disciples and a great number of people
PEOPLE or Children of the East -
1. The inhabitants of Haran.
Gen. 29. : Jacob., came into the land of . .P. of the E.
2 A tribe dwelling near the Amalekites and Midiauites.
Judg 6. 3 C. of the E., even they came up against
6. 33 the C. of the E. were gathered together
7. 12 all the C. of the E. lay along in the valley
8. 10 left of all the hosts of the C. of the E.
i Ki. 4. 30 excelled the wisdom of all the C. of the E.
PE -OR, "fiys ofyening.
1. A mountain in Moab, part of the Abarim range, near
Pisgah.
> uni23. 28 Balak brought Balaam unto the top of P.
2. The Moabite god of uncleanness.
Xuni25. 18 they have beguiled you in. .matter of P.
25. 18 slaiu in the day of the plague fori . s sake
31. 16 against the LORD in the matter of P.
Josh. 22. 17 (Is) the iniquity of P. too little for us, from
PERADVENTTTRE (lest)
l.ffsobe, it may be, ^ W idai.
Exod32. 30 peradventure I shall make an atonement
Josh. 9. 7 Peradventure ye dwell among us; and h.
i Ki.iS. 5 peradventure we may find grass to save
18. 27 peradventure he sleepeth, and must be a.
2. It may be, if, peradventure, VJ hi.
(Ten. 50. 15 Joseph will peradveuture hate us, and w.
%. Fronting, facing, lest, J pen.
Gen. 31. 31 Peradventure thou wouldest take by force
42. 4 Lest peradventure mischief befall him
4. Peradventure, perhaps, raxa tacha.
Rom. 5. 7 peradventure for a good man some would
PERCEIVE, to
1. To understand, } ? bin.
1 Sa. 3. 8 EH perceived that the LORD had called the
2 Sa. 12. 19 David perceived that the child was dead
Job 9. 1 1 he passeth on also, but I perceive him not
14. 21 are brought low, but he perceiveth (it) not
23. 8 and backward, but I cannot perceive him
I.To understand, pa bin, la.
Job 38. 18 Hast thou perceived the breadth of the e.
Z.To taste, perceive, cyp iaam.
ProV3i. 18 perceiveth that her merchandise (is) good
4. To know, be acquainted with, jrv yada.
Gen. 19. 33, 35 he perceived not when she lay down
Deut29. 4 hath not given you an heart to perceive
Josh 22. 31 we perceive that the LORD (is) among us
1 Sa. 12. 17 may perceive and see that your wicked
28. 14 Saul perceived that it (was) Samuel, and
2 Sa. 5. 12 And David perceived that the LORD had
14. i son of Zeruiah perceived that the king s
19. 6 I perceive, that if Absalom had lived, and
2 Ki. 4. 9 perceive that this (is)an holy man of God
i Ch.i4. 2 David perceived that the LORD had conn
Neh. 6. 16 they perceived that this work was wrou.
13. 10 I perceived that the portions of the Lev.
Esth. 4. i When Mordecai perceived all that was d.
Prov 14. 7 when thou perceivest not. .the lips of k.
Eccl. i. 17 I perceived that this also is vexation of
2. 14 perceived also that one event happeneth
Isa. 6. 9 and see ye indeed, but perceive not
5. To discern, 15} nakar, 5.
Neh. 6. 12 I perceived that God had not sent him
6. To see, nio raah.
Judg. 6. 2*2 when Gideon perceived that he (was) an
1 Ki.22. 33 when the captains of the chariots perce.
2 Ch.iS. 32 when the captains of the chariots perce.
Eccl. 3. 22 I perceive that (there is) nothing better
Jer. 23. 1 8 For who. .hath perceived and heard his
7. To behold, w shur.
Job 33. 1 4 God speaketh once . . (yet man) perceiveth
PERFECT
8. To hear, htnrken, ysy shamea.
Isa. 33. 19 of deeper speech than thou canst perceive
! . / " percfive, alaQa.voit.ai aisthano:,
Luke 9. 45 was hid from them, that they perceived
10. To see, 2>crccive, understand, /3\ro> blepQ.
2 Co. 7. 8 perceive that the same epistle hath made
11. To bftfiii to knoic, yivuffxia gimisko.
Matt 16. 8 when Jesus perceived, lie said unto them
21. 45 when ihe. . Pharisees had heard, .they pe.
22. 18 Jesus perceived their wickedness and said
Luke 8. 46 for I perceive that virtue is gone out of
20. 19 they perceived that he had spoken this p.
John 6. 15 WhenJesus therefore perceived that they
Acts 23. 6 when Paul perceived that the one partw.
Gal. 2. 9 perceived the grace that was given unto
1 Jo. 3. 16 Hereby perceive we the love (of God), be.
12. To see, know, be acquainted with, o78a oida.
Mutt 13 14 seeing ye shall see, and shall not perceive
Murk 4. 12 That seeing they may see, and not \-< r e.
12. 28 [perceiving] that he had answered them
Luke 9. 47 Jesus, perceiving the thought of their h.
Acts 14. 9 perceiving that he had faith to be healed
28. 26 and seeing ye shall see, and not perceive
13. To know about, fully, tiriyiviaffKia. cpiymCmlM,
Mark 2. 8 Jesus perceived in his spirit that they so
Luke i. 22 they perceived that he had seen a vision
5. 22 when Jesus perceived their thoughts, he
\\.Tofind, discover, tvpi<TK<a
heuriskii.
Acts 23. 29 Whom I perceived to be accused of ques.
15. To see, perceive, Btcaptia thevreO.
John 4. 19 Sir, I perceive that thou art a prophet
12. 19 I erceive ye how ye prevail nothing? beh.
Acts 17. 22 perceive that in all things ye are too sup.
27. 10 perceive that this voyage will be with hurt
16. To take thoroughly, apprehend, Kara\a/j.ftdv<i:.
Acts 4. 13 perceived that they were unlearned and
10. 34 Of a truth I perceive that God is no resp.
17. To observe thoroughly with the mind, Karavofw.
Luke 6. 41 perceivest not the beam that is in thine
20. 23 he perceived their craftiness, and saidu.
18. To observe with the mind, votu noeo.
Mark 7. 18 Do ye not perceive, that whatsoever thing
8. 17 perceive ye not yet, neither understand?
1 9. To see, bpaia horad.
Acts 8. 23 For 1 perceive that thou art in the gall of
PERCEIVE by the ear, to
To yivc ear, |JN a;/i, 5.
Isa. 64. 4 have not heard, nor perceived by the ear
PERCEIVED, to be
To be heard, yc? shame, 2.
Jer. 38. 27 left off. .for the matter was not perceived
PERDITIONLoss,
destruction, airwAcia apijleia,
John 17. 12 none of them is lost, but the son of perd.
Phil. i. 28 is to them an evident token of perdition
2 Th. 2. 3 man of sin be revealed, the son of perdi.
1 Ti. 6. 9 which drown men in destruction and per.
Heb. 10. 39 are not of them who draw back unto per.
2 Pe. 3. 7 ; Rev. 17. 8; 17. n
PERES To divide, part, cn& peras, Dan. 5. 28.
PE -RESfl, en? separate.
A son of Machir, son of Manasseh. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 7. 16 and she called his name P.; and the name
PE -REZ, p3 bursting thnnn/h.
An ancestor of Jashobeam, captain of the first division
in David s army ; perhaps the same as Pharez son of
Judah, Gen. 38. 29. B.C. 1700.
1 Ch.27- 3 Of the children of P. (was) the chief of all
PE-REZ TJZ -ZAH. N?y p?, *}*{ p? breach of Uzza.
A place where the Lorcl smote Vzzah for touching the
ark.
2 Sa. 6. 8 and he called the name of the place P. -T
T
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i Ch. 13. 1 1 wherefore that place is called P.-t . to ihis
PERFECT, PERFECTLY, (more)
\.With understanding, ny$ binah.
Jer. 23. 20 latter days ye shall consider it perfectly
2.To perfect, complete, t?? gemar.
Ezra 7. 12 unto Ezra the priest., perfect (peace), and
3. To be prepared, \-3 kun, 2.
Prov. 4. 18 shineth more and more unto the perfect
^.Complete, S V; kalll.
Eze 16 i4forit(was)perfect through my comeliness
27. 3 O Tyrus, thou hast said, I (am)of perfect
28. 12 Thou sealest up the sum . .perfect in bea.
S. Completion, perfection, ivbys wikloth.
a Ch. 4. 21 tongs, (made he of) gold,(and) that perfect
6. Finished, perfect, whole, C1^ shalem.
Deut 25. 15 shall have a perfect and just weight, ft P.
1 Ki. 8. 61 Let your heart therefore be perfect with
11. 4 his heart was not perfect with the LORD
15. 3 his heart was not perfect with the LORD
15. 14 Asa s heart was perfect with the LORD all
2 Ki. 20. 3 how I have walked . . with a perfect heart
i Ch. 12. 38 came with a perfect heart to Hebron, to
28. 9 serve him with a i>erfect heart, and with
29. 9 because with perfect heart they offered
PERFECT 745 PERISH
1 Ch. 29. 19 give unto Solomon my son a perfect hea.
2 Ch. 15. 17 nevertheless the heart of Asa was perfect
:6. 9 behalf of (them) whose heart (is) perfect
19. 9 saying. Thus shall ye do. .with u perfect
25. 3 he did. .right, .but not with a perfect h.
Isa. 38. 3 how I have walked, .with a perfect heart
7 . Perfection, completion, n ??ri taklith.
Psa.139. 22 I hate them with perfect hatred ; I count
8. Perfect, plain, D$ tarn.
Job i. i that man was perfect and upright, and one
1. 8 a perfect and an upright man, one that
2. 3 a perfect and an upright man, one that
8. 20 God will not cast away a perfect (man)
9. 20 (it I say), I (am) perfect, it shall also pr.
<j. 21 (Though) I (were) perfect, (yet) would I
9. 22 He destroyeth the perfect and the wicked
Psa. 37. 37 Mark the perfect (man), and behold the
64. 4 That they may shoot in secret at the pe.
9. Perfection, integrity, Ch torn.
Psa.ioi. 2 walk within my house with aperfect he
10. Perfect, plain, whole, complete, D sn tamim.
Gen. 6. 9 Noah was a just man (and) perfect in his
17. i said, .walk before me, and bethou perfect
Lev. 22. 21 it shall be perfect to be accepted ; there
DeutiS. 13 Thou shalt be perfect with the LORD thy
32. 4 (He is) the rock, his work (is) perfect, for
1 Sa. 14. 41 Therefore Saul said. .Give a perfect (lot)
2 Sa.22. 31 (As for)God, his way (is) perfect; the word
22. 33 (and) power: and he makethmy way pe.
Job 36. 4 he that is perfect in knowledge (is) with
37. 16 wondrous works of him which is perfect
Psa. 18. 30 (As for) God, his way (is) perfect : the w.
18. 32 (It is) God that, .maketh my way perfect
19. 7 law of the LORD (is) perfect, converting
101. 2 I will behave myself wisely in a perfect
101. 6 he that walketh in a perfect way, he sha.
Prov. 2. 21 upright shall dwell, .the perfect shall re.
ii. 5 The righteousness of the perfect shall di.
Eze. 28. 15 Thou (wast) perfect in thy ways from the
11. Accurately, diligently, a.icpi&<os aknbos.
Luke i. 3 having had perfect understanding of all
Acts 18. 26 expounded, .the way of God more perfe.
23. 15 would enquire something more perfectly
23. 20 enquire somewhat of him more perfectly
24. 22 having more perfect knowledge of (that)
1 Th. 5. 2 For yourselves know perfectly, that the
1 2. Fitted, perfected, ipr.oy arlios.
2 Ti. 3. 17 That the man of God may be perfect, th
13. To fill, make full, irA.rjpo u) plerod.
Rev. 3. 2 for 1 have not foundthyworksperfectbe
14. Ended, complete, rt Afjoy teleios.
Matt. 5. 48 perfect, even as your Father, .is perfect
19. 21 If thou wilt be perfect, go (and) sell that
Rom :2. 2 good, and acceptable, and perfect will of
Eph. 4. 13 Till we all come., unto a perfect man, unto
Phil. 3. 15 Let us therefore, asmanyasbeperfect.be
Col. i. 28 that we may present every man perfect in
4. 12 that ye may stand perfect and complete
Heb. 9. ii by a greater and more perfect tabernacle
Jas. i. 4 (her) perfect work, that ye may be perfect
1. 17 Every good gift and every perfect gift is
i. 25 whoso looketh into the perfect law of lib.
3. 2 same (is) a perfect man. (and) able also
1 Jo. 4. 18 perfect love casteth out fear: becausefear
PERFECT, to (be or make)
I. To perfect, complete, ~C1 ga.mar.
Psa. 138. 8 LORD will perfect (that which) con cerneth
2. To perfect, ty? kalal.
Eze. 27. 4 thy builders have perfected thy beauty
27. ii the Gammadims. .made thy beauty perf.
3. To perfect, finish, DDP tamam.
Isa. 18. 5 afore the harvest, when the bud is perfect
4. To make perfect, finish, ccn (amain, 5.
Job 22. 3 gain, .thatthou makest thy ways perfect?
5. To make an end of. complete, (iri-re\t w epiteleo.
2 Co. 7. i spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of G.
Gal. 3. 3 spirit, are ye now made perfect by the fle
6. To fit thoroughly, adjust, Karaprifa katarlizo.
Mattai. 16 Out of the mouth of babes . .thou hast pe.
Luke 6. 40 every one that is perfect shall he as his
1 Co. i. 10 but (that) ye be perfectly joined together
2 Co. 13. ii Be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one
i Th. 3. 10 mightperfectthatwhichislackinginyour
Heb. 13. 21 Make you perfect in every good work to
1 Pe. 5. 10 make you perfect, stablish, strengthen
7. To end, complete, rt\fi6<a teleiod.
Lukei3. 32 cures, .and the third (day) I shall be per.
Johni7. 23 that they may be made perfect in one
2 Co. 1 2. 9 for my strength [is made perfect] in wea.
i hil. 3. 12 either were already perfect ; but I follow
Heb. 2. 10 to make the captain of their salvation pe.
5. 9 being made perfect, he became the author .
7. 19 For the law made nothing perfect ; but
9. Q make him that did the service perfect, as
10. i can never, .make the comers thereunto p.
10. 14 For by one offering he hath perfected for
11. 40 they without us should not be made per.
12. 23 and to the spirits of just men made perf.
Jas. 2 . 22 and by works was faith made perfect
i Jo. 4. 17 Herein is our love made perfect, that we
4. 18 He that feareth is not made perfect in lo. J
PERFECT, that is or are
1. To be completed, finished, complete, D^y shalam, 4.
Isa. 42. 19 who (is) blind as (he that is) perfect, and
I.Endcd, complete, perfect, rt\( uy teleios.
1 Co. 2. 6 speak wisdom among them that are perf.
13. 10 when that which is perfect is come, then
PERFECT manner
Exactness, accuracy, bxpifaia akribeia.
Acts 22. 3 taught according to the perfect manner
PERFECTED, (to be)
1. Lengthening went up, .irn*t npty [arukah],
2 Ch.24. 13 work was perfected by them, and they set
1. Finished, perfect, whole, chy shalem.
2 Ch. 8. 16 (So) the house of the LOKD was perfected
3.To end, complete, re\ft6ta teleioO.
i Jo. 2. 5 in him verily is the love of God perfected
4. 12 God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfe.
PERFECTING
Perfecting, complete adjustment, Ka.TapTifffj.6s.
Eph. 4. 12 For the perfecting of the saints, for the
PERFECTION, PERFECTNESS
I. Complete, *? ^9 kalil.
Lam. 2. 15 this the citythat(men)call The perfection
^.Perfection, "?V?p miklal.
Psa. 50. 2 Out of Zion, the perfection of beauty, God
3. Continuance, possession, n^f? minleh.
Job 15. 29 neither shall he prolong the perfection th.
^.Perfection, n^?n tiklah.
Psa. 1 19. 96 I have seen an end of all perfection, (but)
5. Perfection, end, n^n taklith.
Job ii. 7 canst thou find out the Almighty unto p.
28. 3 searcheth out all perfection : the stones
6. Perfect, integrity, Dh torn.
Isa. 47. 9 they shall come upon thee in their perfe.
7. Thorough adjustment, fitness, KaTapTiffis katart.
2 Co. 13. 9 and this also we wish, (even) your perfe.
^.Completeness, TeAeioTTjs teleiotes.
Col. 3. 14 charity, which is the bond of perfectness
Heb 6. i let us go on unto perfection ; not laying
9. A completion, Te\e(cixr.s teleiosis.
Heb. 7. ii If therefore perfection were by the Levi.
PERFECTION, to bring fruit to
To bear on to completion or perfection, re\ecr<poptw.
Luke 8. 14 are choked, .and bring no fruit to perfec.
PERFORM, to
I. To cut off, ys? batsa, 3.
Isa. 10. 12 when the LORD hath performed his whole
2. To complete, perfect, 155 gamar.
Psa. 57. 2 untoGod. .thatperformeth(allthings)for
3. To give, jnj nathan.
Mic. 7. 20 Thou wilt perform the truth to Jacob, (a.)
4. To do, nyy asah.
ExodiS. 18 thou art not able to perform it thyself a.
Deut 4. 13 which he commanded you to perform, (e.)
23. 23 That which, .thou shalt keep and perform
2 Sa. 14. 15 will perform the request of his handmaid
21. 14 they performed all that the king comma.
2 011.34. 31 perform the words of the covenant which
Esth. i. 15 she hath not performed the commaudm
5. 8 to grant my petition, and to perform my
Psa. 119. 112 I have inclined mine heart to perform
Isa. 9. 7 zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this
Jer. 1. 12 for I will hasten my word to perform it
44. 25 surely perform our vows that we have v.
44. 25 accomplish. . and surelyperformyour vows
Eze. 12. 25 will I say the word, and will perform it
37. 14 I the LORD have spoken (it), and perform.
5. To separate, M^f eo2o, 3.
Num 15. 38. sacrifice in performing a vow, or in a
15. 8 in performing avow, or peace offerings
6. To war, serve, perform, nyf tsaba.
Num. 4. 23 all that enter in to perform the service
7. To raise up, confirm, Dip gum, 3.
Psa. 1 19. 106 I have sworn, and I will perform (it), that
8.7"o cause to rise up, confirm, D>p qum, 5.
Gen. 26. 3 I will perform the oath which I sware u.
Deut. 9. 5 he may perform the word which the LORD
i Sa. 3. 12 I will perform against Eli all. .which I
15. it and hath not performed my commaudm.
15. 13 have performed the commandment of the
1 Ki. 6. 12 then will I perform my word with thee
8. 20 hath performed his word that he spake
12. 15 he might perform his saying, which the
2 1.23. 3 to perform the words of this covenant that
23. 24 that he might perform the words of the
2 Ch. 6. 10 performed his word that he hath spoken
10. 15 the LORD might perform his word, which
Xeh. 5. 13 that performeth not this promise, even
9. 8 and hast performed thy words : for thou
Jer. n. 5 I may perform the oath which I have sw.
23. 20 till he have performed the thoughts of his
28. 6 the LORD perform thy words which thou
29. 10 perform my good word toward you, in c.
30. 24 until he have performed the intents of his
33. 14 I will perform that good thing which I h.
34. 1 8 which have not performed the words of
35. 16 thssous of Jonadab. .have performed the
9. To finish, complete, chy shalam, 3.
Psa. 61. 8 I sing., that I may daily perform my vowi
Isa. 19. 21 vow a vow unto the LOKD, and perform (it)
Nan. i. 15 perform thy vows: for the wicked shall
10. To finish, complete, C1
*? shalam, 5.
Job 23. 14 he performeth (the thing that is) appoin
Isa. 44. 26 performeth the counsel of his messengers
44. 28 shall perform all my pleasure ; even say.
11. To give away, &iro$i&w/j.i apodidomi.
Matts. 33 shalt perform unto the Lord thine oaths
12.7*0 make an end of, complete, iirirt\f<a epiteleo. Rom 15. 28 I have performed this, and have .-mini
2 Co. 8. ii Now therefore perform the doing (of it)
Phil. i. 6 will perform (it) until the day of Jesus
13. To work out thoroughly, KaTtpydfrnai kateryaz. Rom. 7. 18 to perform that which is good I find not
14. To do, make, wottw poieo.
Luke i. 72 perform the mercy (promised) to our fat
Kom. 4 . 21 what he had promised, .also to perform
15.7*0 end, complete, rt\fa> teleO.
Luke 2. 39 they had performed all things according
PERFORMANCE
l.Tb make an end of, complete, iirntXtu epiteleo.
2 Co. 8. ii (there may be) a performance also out of
I.An ending, completion, Tt\eiuffis teleiosis.
Luke i. 45 for there shall be a performance of those
PERFORMED, to be
\.To be done, nyy asah, 2.
Esth. 5. 6 half of the kingdom shall it be performed
7. 2 it shall be performed, .to the half of the
2. To rise up, nip qum.
Jer. 51. 29 every purpose of the LORD shall be perf.
S.To be raised up, confirmed, C p qum, 6.
Jer. 35. 14 The v. ords. .he commanded, .are perfor.
4.7*0 be completed, D^ shalam, 4.
Psa. 65. i and unto thee shall the vow be performed
5. To become, hapjjen, come to pass, fii/opai ginomai.
Luke i. 20 day that these things shall be performed
PERFUME
\.Perfume, incense, rnbp qetoreth.
Exodso. 35 thou shalt make it a perfume, a confect.
30. 37 the perfume which thou shalt make, ye
Prov.27. 9 Ointment and perfume rejoice the heart
2. Confcctionaries, compounds, C npn riqquchim.
Isa. 57. 9 didst increase thy perfumes, and didst s.
PERFUME, be perfumed, to
l.To wave, sprinkle, ^1 nuph.
Prov. 7. 17 I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes
2. To be perfumed, -ipjj qatar, 4.
Song 3. 6 perfumed with myrrh and frankincense
PER -GA, Hepytj.
The capital of Pamphylia, situated on the river Cestrus :
it had a famous temple of Diana or Artemis.
Acts 13. 13 they came to P. in Pamphylia: and John
13. 14 But when they departed from P., they ca.
14. 25 when they had preached the word in P.
PER-GA -MOS, Tlfp-yauos.
A celebrated city of Mysia, near the river Caicus.
Here parchment was first perfected, and a library of
200,000 volumes formed, which was eventually sent to
Alexandria. It had also a famous temple of Esculapius,
who was represented under the figure of a serpent.
Rev. i. ii send (it), .unto P., and unto Thyatira, and
2. 12 And to the angel of the church in P. write
PERHAPS, (lest)
I. Indeed, in truth, &pa ara.
Acts 8. 22 if perhaps the thought of thine heart may
2. Lest by any means, p^irus mfyos.
2 Co. 2. 7 lest perhaps such a one should be swall.
3. Perhaps, Tax", tacha.
. Phm. 15 perhaps he therefore departed for a seas.
PE-RI -DA, Nyi? separation.
One of the servants of Solomon whose descendants re
turned with Zerubbabel ; called Peruda in Ezra 2. 55.
B.C. 536.
Xeh. 7. 57 children of Sophereth, the children of P.
PERIL
Danger, peril, tcivSwos kindunos.
Rom. 8. 35 famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword
2 Co. 1 1. 26 perils of waters, .perils of robbers .. perils
ii. 26 perils by the heathen, .perils in the city
ii. 26 perils in the wilderness, .perils in the sea
ii. 26 the sea, (in) perils among false brethren
PERILOUS
Hard, difficult, perilous, fierce, xa^fros chalepos.
2 Ti. 3. i in the last days perilous times shall come
PERISH, to
l.To be lost, njx abad.
Lev. 26. 38 ye shall perish among the heathen, and
Num 16. 33 they perished from among the congrega.
17. 12 Behold, we die, we perish, we all perish
21. 30 Heshbon is perished even unto Dibon, and
Deut. 4. 26 ye shall soon utterly perish from off the
8. 19 I testify, .this - Jay .ye shall surely per.
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PERISH 746 PERSECUTE
Oeut. 8. 20 so shall ye perish ; because ye would not
ii. 17 (lest) ye perish quickly from off the good
28. 20 until thou perish quickly ; because of the
28. 22 they shall pursue thee, until thou perish
30. 18 ye shall surely perish, (and that) ye shall
Josh.23. 13 until ye perish from off this good land
23. 16 ye shall perish quickly from off the good
Judg 5. 31 let all thine enemies perish, O LORD : but
a Sa. i. 27 How are. .the weapons of war perished
2 Ki. 9. 8 the whole house of Ahab shall perish: and
Esth. 4. 16 so will I go in. .and if I perish, I perish
Job 3. 3 Let the day perish wherein I was born
4. 7 who (ever) perished, being innocent? or
4. 9 By the blast of God they perish, and by
4. ii The old lionperishethforlackofprey.and
4. 20 they perish for ever without any regard.
6. 18 The paths, .they go to nothing, and per.
8. 13 and the hypocrite s hope shall perish
18. 17 remembrance shall perish from the earth
20. 7 he shall perish forever like his own duni:
30. 2 (profit) me, in whom old age was perished?
31. 19 If I have seen any perish for want of clo.
Psa. i. 6 but the way of the ungodly shall perish
2. 12 lest he be-ansry, and ye perish (from) the
9. 3 they shall fall and perish at thy presence
9. 6 cities: their memorial is perished with th.
9. 1 8 the expectation of the poor shall (not) pe.
10. 16 the heathen are perished out of his land
37. 20 the wicked shall perish, and the enemies
41. 5 When shall lie die, and his name perish?
49. 10 the fool and the brutish person perish,and
68. 2 the wicked perish at the presence of God
73. 27 they that are far from thee shall perish
80. 16 they perish at the rebuke of thy counten.
83. 17 yea, let them be put to shame, and perish
92. 9 thine enemies shall perish, all the workers
102. 26 They shall perish, but thou shalt endure
112. 10 the desire of the wicked shall perish
119. 92 I should then have perished in mine afH.
146. 4 goeth. .in that very day his thoughts pe.
Provio. 28 the expectationof the wicked shall perish
11. 7 shall perish : and the hope of unjust, .pe.
ii. 10 when the wicked perish, (there is) shout.
19. 9 and (he that) speaketh lies shall perish
21. 28 A false witness shall perish : butthe man
28. 28 but when they perish, the righteous incr.
Eccl. 5. 14 those riches perish by evil travail; and
7. 15 there is a just (man) that perisheth inhis
9. 6 their hatred, and their envy, is now peri.
Isa. 29. 14 the wisdom of their wise (men) shall per.
41. ii and they that strive with thee shall perish
57. i The righteous perisheth, and no man lay.
60 12 For the nation and kingdom, .shall perish
Jer. 4. 9 the heart of the king shall perish, and the
6. 21 the neighbour and his friend shall perish
7. 28 truth is perished, and is cutoff from their
9. 12 the land perisheth (and) is burnt up like
10. 15 the time of their visitation they shall pe.
18. 1 8 the law shall not perish from the priest
27. 10 should drive you out, and ye should per.
27. 15 ye might perish, ye, and the prophets that
40. 15 scattered, and the remnant in Judah per.
48. 8 the valley also shall perish, and the plain
48. 36 the riches (that) he hath gotten are peri.
48. 46 the people of Chemosh perisheth : for thy
49. 7 is counsel perished from the prudent? is
51. 18 the time of their visitation they shall pe.
Lam. 3. 18 and my hope is perished from the LORD
Eze. 7. 26 the law shall perish from the priest, and
Joel i. ii because the harvest of the field is perished
Amos i. 8 the remnant of the Philistines shall perish
2. 14 the flight shall perish from the swift, and
3. 15 the houses of ivory shall perish, and the
Jon. i. 6 God will think upon us, that we perish n.
i. 14 let us not perish for this man s life, and
3. 9 will turn and repent . that we perish not
4. 10 came, .in a night, and perished in anight
Mic. 4. 9 is thy counsellor perished ? for pangs ha.
7. 2 The good (man) is perished out of the ea.
Zecli. 9. 5 king shall perish from Gaza, and Ashkel.
2. To be lost, -I;K abod.
Jer. 10. ii they shall perish from the earth, and from
3. Unto perishing, i3 nJZ, ode died.
N 11111^4. 20 his latter end. .that he perish for ever
24. 24 afflict Eber, he also shall perish for ever
4. To be lost, -iz$ ".bad, 5.
Dan. 2. 1 8 his fellows should not perish with the re.
5 . To expire, y\i gava.
Josh. 22. 20 that man perished not alone in his iniq.
Job 34. 15 All flesh shall perish together, and man
6. To cease, be cut off, n:n damah, 2.
Psa. 49. 12 abideth not: he is like the beasts (that) p.
49. 20 Man (that is) . . is like the beasts (that) per.
7. To be cut off, rnj karath, 2.
Gen. 41. 36 that the land perish not through the fam.
8. To fall, Scj naphal.
Exodig. 21 lest they, .gaze, and many of them perish
9. To be ended, consumed, I D suph.
Esth. 9. 28 memorial of them perish from their seed
10. To be ended, consumed, n$g saphah, 2.
i Sa. 26. 10 he shall descend into battle, and perish
27. i I shall now perish one day by the hand of
11. To pass over, -ijy abar.
Job 33. 18 and his life from perishing by the sword
36. 12 they shall perish by the sword, and they
12. To become naked, n? para, 2.
ProV2t). 18 Where (there is) no vision, the people per.
13. To corrupt, mar, destroy, nny* s/iachath, 3.
Exod2i. 26 if a man smite the eye. .that it perish
1 4. To be destroyedfCui off, laid waste,"nyy shamad, 2.
Psa. 83. 10 (Which) perishedat En-dor: they became
15. To die of or away, awo6i>r)(rKci> apothnesko.
Matt. 8. 32 into the sea, and perished in the waters
16. To loose, loose away, destroy, air6\\v(*.i apollumi.
Matt. 5. 29, 30 that one of thy members should perisli
8. 25 awoke him, saying, Lord, save us: we p.
9. 17 the wine runneth out, and the bottles pe.
1 8. 14 that one of these little onot should ] i -i-li
26. 52 they that take the sword [shall perish] w.
Mark 4. 38 Master, carest thou not that we pcri-h :
Luke 5. 37 be spilled, and the bottle shall perish
8. 24 awoke him, saying, Master, master, we p.
11.51 perished between the altar and the temp.
J 3- 3> 5 except ye repent, ye shall, .likewise p.
13. 33 it cannot be that a prophet perisli out of
13. 35 except ye repent, ye shall all. .perish
15. 17 bread enough, .and I perish with hunger
21. 18 there shall not an hair of your head perish
John 3. 15 whosoever bclieveth. .should not perish
3. 16 [whosoever belie veth. .should not perish]
6. 27 Labour not for the meat which perisheth
10. 28 they shall never perish, neither shall any
1 1 . 50 one . . and that the whole nation perish not
Acts 5. 37 he also perished ; and all, (even) as many
Rom. 2. 12 have sinned without law shall also perish
1 Co. i. 1 8 For the preaching., is to them that perish
8. ii shall the weak brother perish, for whom
15. 18 they also, .asleep in Christ are perished
2 Co. 2. 15 sweet savour of Christ, .in them that pe.
2 Th. 2. 10 with all deceivableness. .in them that pe.
Heb. i. ii They shall perish ; but thou remainest
Jas. i. ii and the grace of the fashion of it perisheth
1 Pe. i. 7 more precious than of gold that perisheth
2 Pe. 3. 6 being overflowed with water, perished
3. 9 not willing that any should perish, but
Jude IT and perished in the gainsaying of Core
17. To be for loss or destruction, ti/ui tls a.Trta\tia.v.
Acts 8. 20 Thy money perish with thee, because thou
18. To make disappear, acpavifa aphanizo.
Acts 13. 41 Behold, ye despisers, and wonder, and p.
19.ro corrupt thoroughly, 5ia<t>8ftpca diaphtheirii.
2 Co. 4. 16 though our outward man perish, yet the
20. Corruption, <f>dopd phthora.
Col. 2. 22 Which all are to perish with the using
PERISH, to cause, make, be ready to
1. To be lost, -gx abad.
Deut 26. 5 A Syrian ready to perish (\vas) my father
Job 29. 13 The blessing of him that was ready to pe.
Prov 31. 6 Give, .drink unto him that is ready to pe.
Isa. 27. 13 which were ready to perish in the land of
2. To cause to be lost, 13$ abad, 3, 5.
Esth. 3. 13 to cause to perish, all Jews, both young
7. 4 to be destroyed, to be slain, and to perish
8. ii to cause to perish, all the power of the p.
Isa. 26. 14 hast thou. .made all their memory to pe.
Eze. 25. 7 I will cause thee to perish out of the cou.
PERISH utterly, to
To corrupt utterly, Karcupdeipu kataphtheiro.
2 Pe. 2. 12 [shall utterly perish] in their own corrup.
PERISH with, to
To destroy together, <rvvairo\\vfjn sunapollumi.
Heb. 1 1. 31 perished not with them that believed not
PE RIZ-ZITE, T!9.
A tribe in the hill country of Judah driven out by the
Ephraimites.
Gen. 13. 7CanaaniteandtheP.dweltthenintheland
15. 20 Hittites, and the P., and the Rephaims
34. 30 among the Canaanites and the P. : and I
Exod. 3. 8, 17 Hittites, and the Amorites, and the P.
23. 23 bring thee in unto, .the P., and the Cana.
33. 2 I will drive out. .the P., the Hivite, and
34. ii drive out before thee. .the P., and the H.
Deut. 7. i Canaanites, and the P., and the Hivites
20. 17 utterly destroy . .the P., the Hivites, and
Josh. 3. 10 driveout from beforeyou. .the P., and the
9. i the P., the Hivite, and the Jebusite, heard
n. 3 P., and the Jebusite in the mountains, and
12. 8 the P., the Hivites, and the Jebusites
17. 15 in the land of the P., and of the giants, if
24. ii P., and the Canaanites, and the Hittites
Judg. i. 4 delivered the Canaanites and the P. into
i. 5 and they slew the Canaanites and the P.
3. 5 Amorites, and P., and Hivites, and Jehu.
1 Ki. 9. 20 all the people (that were) left of the . . P.
2 Ch. 8. 7 all the people (that were) left of the . . P.
Ezra 9. i of the Canaanites, theHittites, the P., the
Neh. 9 8 to give the land of the.. P., and the Jebu.
PERJURED person
One who has broken an oath, MopKos epiorkos.
i Ti. i. 10 for perjured persons, and if their be any
PERMISSION
A joint opinion, concession, ffvyyvtanrj suflgiwme.
i Co. 7. 6 But I speak this by permission, (and) not
PERMIT, to
To turn over on, suffer, iirnptitta epitrepo.
Acts 26. i Thou art permitted to speak for thyself
i Co. 14. 34 it is not permitted unto them to speak
1 Co. 16. 7 tarry a while with you, if the Lord permit
Heb. 6. 3 And this will we do, if God permit
PERNICIOUS ways
Instruction, airw\fta apoleia.
2 Pe. 2. 2 many shall follow their [pernicious ways]
PERPETUAL - -
1.7*o be pre-eminent, perpetual, nyj natsach, 2.
Jer. 8. 5 sliililt-ii back by a perpetual backsliding
2. Pre-eminence, perpetuity, ny,}, njj netsach.
Psa. 9. 6 destructions are come to a perpetual end
74. 3 Lift up thy feet unto the perpetual deso.
Jer. 15. 1 8 Why is my pain perpetual, and my wou.
3. An age, indefinite time, C^iy olam.
Gen. 9. 12 token of the covenant, .for perpetual ge.
Exod29. 9 priest s office shall be theirs for aperpet.
31. 16 shall keep the sabbath, .(for) a perpetual
Lev. 3. 17 perpetual statute for yourgeneratioiisth.
24. 9 offerings, .made by fire by a perpetual st.
25. 34 may not be sold ; for it (is) their perpetual
Nutii 19. 21 it shall be a perpetual statute unto them
Psa. 78. 66 smote, .he put them to a perpetual repro.
Jer. 5. 22 the bound of the sea by a perpetual decree
i.i . make their lund desolate, (and) a perpet.
23. 40 perpetual ehamc, which shall not be for.
25. 9 make them an astonishment . .and perpe.
25. 12 punish . .and will make it perpetual deso.
49. 13 all the cities thereof shall be perpetual
50. 5 let us join ourselves, .in a perpetual cov.
5 - 39 57 sleep a perpetual sleep, and not wake
Eze. 35. 5 Because thou hast had a perpetual hatred
35. 9 I will make thee perpetual desolations
46. 14 a meat offering continually byaperpetnal
Hab. 3. 6 perpetual hills did bow : his ways (are)e.
Zeph. 2. 9 Moab shall be. .a perpetual desolation
^.Continuity, continual, T1J9 tamid.
Exod3o. 8 perpetual incense before the LORD thro.
Lev. 6. 20 fine flour for a meat offering perpetual
PERPETUALLY
1. Perpetuity, continuity, iy ad.
Amos i. ii his anger did tear perpetually, and he kept
2.A II the days, DtwrSj kol-hay-yamim.
1 Ki. 9. 3 and mine heart shall be there perpetually
2 Ch. 7. 1 6 and mine heart shall be there perpetually
PERPLEXED, to be (much)
I.To be perplexed, entangled, "13 buk, 2.
Esth. 3. 15 drink; but the city Shushan was perple.
Joel 1. 18 herds of cattle are perplexed, because th.
2.7*0 be perplexed, without a passage, a.iropfofj.a.1.
2 Co. 4. 8 (We are) troubled, .perplexed, but not in
3. To be thoroughly perplexed, Stairopfta diaporeo.
Luke 9. 7 he was perplexed, because that it was said
24. 4 as [they were much perplexed] thereabout
PERPLEXITY
1. Perplexity, entanglement, njiap inebukah.
Isa. 22. 5 For (it is) a day. .of perplexity by the L.
Mic. 7. 4 best of them.. now shall be their perple.
2. Perplexity, without apassage out, airopta aporia.
Luke2i. 25 distress of nations, with perplexity ; the
PERSECUTE, to
1. To burn, pursue hotly after, pVj dalaq.
Psa. 10. 2 The wicked in (his) pride doth persecute t.
2. To pursue after, ~\ntf
r
f!~i radaph achar.
Jer. 29. 18 will persecute them with the sword, with
3. To pursue, r\-n radaph.
Deut 30. 7 on them that hate thee, which persecuted
Job 19. 22 Why do ye persecute me as God, and are
19. 28 Why persecute we him, seeing the root of
Psa. 7. i save me from all them that persecute me
31. 15 deliver me. .from them that persecute me
35. 3 stop (the way) against them that persecute
35. 6 and let the angel of the LORD persecute
69. 26 they persecute (him) whom thou hast sin.
71.11 God hath forsaken him : persecute and ta.
83 15 So persecute them with thy tempest, and
109. 16 but persecuted the poor and needy man
119. 84 execute judgment on them that persecute
119. 86 they persecute me wrongfully ; help thou
119. 161 Princes have persecuted me without a c.
143. 3 For the enemy hath persecuted my soul
Jer. 17. 18 Let them be confounded that persecute
Lam. 3. 43 Thou hast covered with anger, and pers.
3. 66 Persecute and destroy them in anger from
4. To pursue, f
\~n radaph, 3.
Psa. 7. s Let the enemy persecute my soul, and take
5. To pursue, SitaKta diftkd.
Matt. 5. 10 Blessed (are) they which are persecuted
5 . ii Blessed are ye when (men) shall, .persec.
5. 12 for so persecuted they the prophets which
5. 44 and pray for them which, .persecute you
10. 23 when they persecute you in this city, flee
23. 34 scourge in your synagogues, and persecute
Luke2i. 12 shall lay their hands on you, and persec.
John 5. 1 6 therefore did the Jews persecute Jesus
15. 20 have persecuted me, they will also perse.
Acts 7. 52 Which, .have not your fathers persecuted?
9. 4 saying unto him, Saul, Saul, why persec.
9. 5 Lord said, I am Jesus whom thou perse.
22. 4 persecuted this way unto the death, bind.
22. 7 saying unto me, Saul, Saul, why persecu.
22. 8 I am Jesus of Nazareth, whom thou per.
26. 1 1 I persecuted (them) even unto strange c.
PERSECUTED 747 PERVERSE
Acts 26. 14 why persecutes! them me? (It is) hard for
26. 15 he said, I am Jesus, whom thou persecu.
Rom. r_>. 14 Bless them which persecuteiyou: bless, an.
i Co. 4. 12 being reviled, we bless ; being persecuted
15. 9 because I persecuted the church of God
a Co. 4. 9 Persecuted, but not forsaken ; cast down
Gal. 1.13 how that beyond measure I persecuted
i. 23 that he which persecuted us in times past
4. 29 he that was born after the flesh persecuted
Phil. 3. 6 Concerning zeal, persecuting the church)
Rev. 12. 13 persecuted the woman which broughjfo.
6. To chase out, pursue diligently, ^KSiwKta ekdiokfi.
Luken. 49 (some)of them that they shall slay and p.
1 Th. 2. 15 have persecuted us; and they please not Of.
PERSECUTED
Pursued, ]T)D murdaph.
Isa. 14. 6 he that ruled the nations in anger, is pe.
PERSECUTION
1. Pursuit, Siwy/<os diogmos.
Mutt 13. 21 when tribulation or persecution ariseth
-Mark 4. 17 when affliction or persecution ariseth for
10. 30 receive, .children, and lands, with perse.
Acts 8. i at that time there was agreat persecution
13. 50 raised persecution against Paul and liar.
Rom. 8. 35 tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or
2 Co. 12. 10 take pleasure, .in persecutions, in distre.
2 Th. i. 4 faith in all your persecutions and tribula.
2 Ti. 3. ii Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto
3. ii what persecutions I endured : but out of
^.Oppression, affliction, flAtyis thlipsis.
Acts ii. 19 which were scattered abroad upon the p.
PERSECUTION, to be under or suffer
I.To be jmrsued, r
t
~n radaph, 2.
Lam. 5. 5 Our necks (are) under persecution : we la.
Z.To pursue, SiwKca diokd.
Gal. 5. ii why do I yet suffer persecution? then is
6. 12 only lest they should suffer persecution
2 Ti. 3. 12 all that will live godly, .shall suffer pers.
PERSECUTOR
I. To burn, pursue hotly, pVj dalaq.
Psa. 7. 13 ordaineth his arrows against the persecu.
2. To pursue, ^~n radaph.
Neh. 9. ii persecutors thou threwest into the deeps
Psa.ng. 157 Many (are) my persecutors and mine ene
142. 6 deliver me from my persecutors ; for they
s Jer. 15. 15 revenge me of my persecutors ; take me
20. it therefore my persecutors shall stumble
Lam. i. 3 all her persecutors overtook her between
4. 19 Our persecutors are swifter than the eag.
S.A pursuer, SIWKTIJS dioktes.
1 Ti. i. 13 Who was before a blasphemer, and a pe.
PERSEVERANCE
Persere ranee, enduring constancy, irpoffKapTfpr](ris.
Eph. 6. 1 8 with all perseverance and supplication for
PERSIA, D-1?. A country in Asia (anciently called Elarn), receiving its
name from its chief province called Fars or Farsistan ; now bounded on the W. by Asiatic Turkey, N. by
Transcaucasia and the Caspian Sea, E. by Afghanistan
and Beluchoostan, and S. by the Persian Gulf and the
Arabian Sea : its area is about 500,000 square miles ; it
has thirteen provinces, viz., Azarbyan, Irak Ajemi,
Ardelan, Laristan, Khuzistan, Fars, Laristan, Kerman,
Ghilan, Mazanderan, Astrabad, Khorasan, and Yezd.
Its first ruler was Kaiomars, B.C. 2160 ; in 2010 it
became subject to Syria; in 1740 its king Nodar is
attacked and detested by Pashang king of Turan ; in
1730 Zur (or Zoab) defeats Afrasiab ; in 1661 the Pischdadian
dynasty is subverted; in 642 Cyaxares expels
the Turano ; and set up the Kaiauite dynasty ; in 640
it is subject to the Scythians ; in 612 they are expelled ;
in 606 he takes Nineveh ; in 596 Egypt, Syria, and Asia
Minor are subdued by the Persians ; in 559 Cyrus be
came king; in 551 he annexes Media; in 538 he con
quers Babylon ; in 536 Zoroaster flourishes ; in 522
Cambyses is slain and Smerdis usurps authority ; in 517
Darius takes Babylon ; in 497 a war between Persia and
Greece ; in 480 Xerxes I. invades Greece ; in 465 he is
killed; in 458 Ahasuerus marries Esther; in 401
occurs the retreat of the 10,000 Greeks; in 350 Ochus
subdues Bgypt; in 334 Alexander the Great invades
Persia ; in 250 it passes under the Parthian dynasty of
the Arsacidae.
In A.D. 226 Artaxerxes, or Ardshir, founds the dynasty
of the Sassanides ; in 326 Christianity is prohibited ;
in 430 the Huns invade Persia ; in 636 the Arabs invade
it; in 651 it passes under the Saracen yoke ; in 813 the
Taherite dynasty commences ; in 872 the Sopharide
dynasty ; in 874 the Saminide dynasty ; in 1026 Ferdusi
flourishes; in 1038 the Seljakian Turkish dynasty; in
1223 the Mongols succeed; in 1393 Timour reduces all
Persia; in 1502 Ismail Shah Soop expels the Turks of
the White Sheep, and sets up the Sooflte dynasty ; in
1724 Russia and Turkey agree to partition Persia; in
1800 Persia allies itself to Britain; in 1826 Russia
declares war; in 1854 a treaty is concluded; in 1858 Mahammed Khasim Khan dies, aged 12 years.
2 Ch-36. 20 until the reign of the kingdom of P.
36. 22 king of P. . .the spirit of Cyrus king of P.
36. 23 Thus saith Cyrus king of P., All the kin.
Ezra i. i king of P. . .the spirit of Cyrus king of P.
i. 2 Thus saith Cyrus king of P., The LORD G.
i. 8 Even those did Cyrus king of P. bring fo.
3. 7 grant that they had of Cyrus king of P.
Ezra 4. 5 as king Cyrus the king of I , hath comma.
4. 5 Cyrus king of I ., .until. . Darius king of P.
4. 7 companions, unto Artaxerxes king of P.
4. 24 the second year of. . Darius king of P.
6. 14 and Darius, and Artaxerxes king of P.
7. i in the reign of Artaxerxes king of I ., Ezra
9. 9 unto us in the sight of the kings of P., to
Esth. i. 3 power of P. and Media, the nobles and p.
i. 14 seven princes of P. and Media, which saw
i. 18 shall the ladies of P. and Media say this
io. 2 chronicles of the kings of Media and P. :
Eze. 27. io They of P. and of Lud and of Phut were
38. 5 P., Ethiopia, and Libya with them ; all of
Dan. 8. 20 The ram .(are) the kings of Media and I .
10. i In the third year of Cyrus king of P. a th.
io. 13 of the kingdom of P. . .the kings of P.
10. 20 will I return to fight with the prince of P.
11. 2 shall stand up yet three kings in P. ; and
PERSIAN, Ti?n, D-IJ, N;iJ19. An inhabitant of Persia.
Neh. 12. 22 the priests, to the reign of Darius tlie P.
Esth. i. 19 written among the laws of the P. and the
Dan. 5. 28 is divided and given to the Medes and P.
6. 8, 12 according to the law of the Medes. .P.
6. 15 that the law of the Medes and P. (is). That
6. 28 Darius, and in the reign of Cyrus the P.
PER -SIS, Ufpffis.
A female disciple in Rome to whom Paul sends a
salutation.
Rom.i6. 12 [Salute the beloved P., which laboured]
PERSON
\.A man, a human being, DTK adorn.
Numsi. 28 of the persons, and of the beeves, and of
31. 30 of the persons, of the beeves, of the asses
Prov. 6. 12 A naughty person, a wicked man, walketh
Eze. 44. 25 they shall come at no dead person to def.
Jon. 4. ii are more than six score thousand persons
2. A man, an individual, ty x ish.
Judg. 9. 2 threescore and ten persons, reign over you
9. 5, 18 threescore and ten persons, upon one
20. 39 began to smite . . about thirty persons ; for
1 Sa. 9. 2 (there was) not.. a goodlier person than
9. 22 among them, .which (were) about thirty p.
16. 18 a comely person, and the LORD (is) with
22. 18 slew on that day fourscore and five pers.
2 Sa. 4. ii wicked menhave slain a righteous person
2 Ki. io. 6 Now the king s sons, (being) seventy per.
io. 7 slew seventy persons, and put their heads
3.^4 man, a mortal man, tpUN enosh.
Judg. 9. 4 Abimelech hired vain and light persons
Zeph. 3. 4 prophets (are) light (and) treacherous per.
4. Owner, master, lord, Sys bo.al.
Prov. 24. 8 He. .shall be called a mischievous person
5. Men, D no methim.
Psa. 26. 4 I have not sat with vain persons, neither
6. Soul, breath, E>: nephesh.
Gen. 14. 21 Give me the persons, and take the goods
36. 6 Esau took his wives, .and all the persons
Exodi6. 16 (according to)the number of your persons
Lev. 27. 2 person (shall be) for the LORD by thy est
Num. 5. 6 commit any sin. .and that person be gui.
31. 19 whosoever hath killed any person, and w.
35. ii slayer, .which killeth any person at una.
35. 15 everyone that killeth any person unawa.
35- 3 Whoso killeth any person, the murderer
35. 30 witness shall not testify against any per.
Deut io. 22 went down . . with threescore and ten per.
27. 25 taketh reward to slay an innocent person
Josh. 20. 3 slayer that killeth (any) person unawares
20. 9 whosoever killeth (any) person at unawa.
1 Sa. 22. 22 occasioned (the death) of all the persons
2 Sa. 14. 14 neither doth God respect (any) person: yet
Prov 28. 17 doeth violence to the blood of (any) person
Jer. 43. 6 every person that Nebuzar-adan the cap.
52. 29 eight hundred thirty and two persons
52. 30 persons : all the persons (were) four tho.
Eze. 16. 5 to the loathing of thy person, in the day
17. 17 and building forts, to cut off many persons
27. 13 they traded the persons of menand vessels
33. 6 come..take(any)personfrornamongthein
7. Soul of man, DTX iysi nephesh adam.
Num3i. 35 thirty and two thousand persons in all, of
31. 40 persons(were) sixteen thousand ; of which
31. 46 And sixteen thousand persons
8. *Nunii9. 18 clean person shall take hyssop, and dip
t 19. 18 and upon the persons that were there
* Heb. as No. -2. t Heb. as No. 6.
9. Face, G typanim.
Lev. 19. 15 person of the poor, nor honour the person
Deut. i. 17 Ye shall not respect persons in judgment
io. 17 regardeth not persons, nor taketh reward
16. 19 thou shalt not respect persons.neither take
28. 50 which shall not regard the person of the
1 Sa. 25. 35 hearkened, .and have accepted thy person
2 Sa. 17. ii that thou go to battle in thine own person
2 Ch. 19. 7 nor respect of persons, nor taking of gifts
Job 13. 8 Will ye accept his person? will ye contend
13. io reprove you, if ye do secretly accept per.
34. 19 that accepteth not the persons of princes
Psa. 82. 2 How long will ye.. accept the persons of
Prov 18. 5 not good to accept the person of the wic.
24. 23 not good to have respect of persons in j.
28. 21 To have respect of persons (is) not good
Jer. 52. 25 that (were) near the king s person, which
Lam. 4. 1 6 they respected not the persons of the pr.
Mai. i. 8 will he . . accept thy person . saith the Lo.
1. 9 will he regard your persons? saith the L.
10. Face, countenance, trp&ata-irov pri>s!">pnn.
Matt 22. 16 for thou regardest not the person of men
Mark 12. 14 for thou nvardi-st not the person of men
Luke2o. 21 neither ;niptest thou the person (of any)
a Co. i. ii by the means of many persons thank* m;Iy
2. io for your sakes (forgave I it) in the person
Gal. 2. 6 God accepteth no man s person : for they
11 . Substratum, what lies under, inr6arraffts hupos.
Heb. i. 3 express image of his person, and uphold.
[See alxo Brutish, men s, perjured, profane, respect
without respect of, uncircumcised, vile.]
PERSONS, to have respect to
To accept faces or persons, irpofftaTrohrjirTfiaprosS.
Jas. 2. 9 if ye have respect to persons, ye commit
PERSONS, respecter of
Acceptor offaces or persons, irpoffcairo^Trrris pros.
Acts io. 34 I perceive that God is no respecter of pe.
PERSONS, respect of
A cceptance effaces or persons, irpo(Tiairo\T}tyia..
Rom. 2. ii For there is no respect of persons with <;.
Eph. 6. 9 neither is there respect of persons with
Col. 3. 25 shall receive . .there is no respect of per.
Jas. 2. i have not the faith, .with respect of pers.
PERSUADE, to
I.To move, persuade, remove, mosuth, 5.
2 Ki.iS. 32 when he persuadeth you, saying, The Lo.
2 Ch.iS. 2 persuaded him to go up (with him) to R.
32. ii Doth not Hezekiah persuade you to give
32. 15 let not Hezekiah. .persuade you on this
Isa. 36. 1 8 lest Hezekiah persuade you, saying, The
2. To entice, persuade, nnp pathah, 3.
1 Ki.22. 20 Who shall persuade Ahab, that he may
22. 21 came forth a spirit, .and said, I will per.
22. 22 Thou shall persuade (him), and prevail
3. To persuade again, ai>airfl9<a anapeitho.
Acts 18. 13 This (fellow) persuadeth men to worship
4. To persuade, TrtiOca peitho.
Matt 27. 20 persuaded the multitude that they should
28. 14 if this come, .we will persuade him, and
Acts 13. 43 persuaded them to continue in the grace
14. 19 who persuaded the people, and, having
1 8. 4 and persuaded the Jews and the Greeks
19. 8 persuading the things concerning the ki.
19. 26 Paul hath persuaded and turned away
26. 28 Almost thou persuadest me to be a Chris.
28. 23 persuading them concerning Jesus, both
2 Co. 5. ii we persuade men : but we arc made man.
Gal. i. io For do I now persuade men, or God? ordo
PERSUADED, to be (fully)
I. To be enticed, persuaded, .tnp pathah, 4.
Prov. 25. 15 By long forbearing is a prince persuaded
2. To persuade, ireiOca peitho.
Lukei6. 31 neither will they be persuaded though one
20. 6 they be persuaded that John was a prop.
Acts 21. 14 when he would not be persuaded, we ce.
26. 26 for I am persuaded that none of these th.
Rom. 8. 38 For I am persuaded, that neither death
14. 14 I know, and am persuaded by the Lord
15. 14 I myself also am persuaded of you, my
2 Ti. i. 5 and I am persuaded that in thee also
i. 12 for I know, .and am persuaded that he is
Heb. 6. 9 we are persuaded better things of you, and
ii. 13 [were persuaded of (them)] and embraced
3. To bear through fully, irKripofyopeta plerophoreo.
Rom. 4. 21 being fully persuaded that what he had
14. 5 Let every man be fully persuaded in his
PERSUASION
Persuasion, -irftff^ovT] peismone.
Gal. 5. 8 This persuasion (cometh) not of him that
PERTAIN (to), to
l.To be, rrrr hayah.
1 Sa. 27. 6 Ziklag pertaineth unto the kings of Judah
2 Sa. 9. 9 given unto thy master s son all that per.
2. Instrument, vessel, r? keli.
Deut22. 5 woman shall not wear that which pertal.
3. To hold with, partake with, MT X< metechS.
Heb. 7. 13 he of whom these things are spoken per
4. Toward, irpos (ace. ) pros.
Rom 15. 17 glory . .in those things which pertain to
PERTAINING
About, cwicerninij, irepi (gen.) perri.
Acts i. 3 speaking of the things pertaining to the
PE-RU -DA, tn "i9 separation, isolation.
One of the servants of Solomon whose descendants
returned from exile with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536. See
Perida.
Ezra 2. 55 children of Sophercth, the children of P.
PERVERSE, (to be, have, or prove)
1. Turns about with, $ ~jn liaphak (2) be.
Prov 17. 20 he that hath a perverse tongue falleth into
2. To turn over, be perverse, on; yarat.
Nuni22. 32 went out. .because (thy) way is perverse
3. To be perverse, perverted, TiS luz, 1.
Provi4. 2 (he that is) perverse in his ways despiseth
PERVERSE PETER
4. Perverseness, Wv? lezitth.
Prov. 4. 24 a froward mouth, and perverse lips put
5.7V) become perverse, ny1 avah, 2.
1 Sa. 20. 30 Thou son of the perverse rebellious (wo.)
Prov 12. 8 he that is of a perverse heart shall be de.
^.Perversities, c yiy t vim.
Isa. 19. 14 LORD hath mingled a perverse spirit in
7. 7*o declare perverse, V$j aqash.
Job 9. 20 I (am) perfect, it shall also prove me per.
8. To be perverse, ppy aqash, 2.
Proves. 1 8 (he that is) perverse (in his) ways shall f.
9. Perverse, perverted, v$y iqqesh.
Deut 32. 5 (they are) a perverse and crooked gener.
Prov. 8. 8 (there is) nothing fvoward or perverse in
19. i Better, .than (he that is) perverse in his
28. 6 Better, .than (he that is) perverse (in his)
10. To turn diversely, perversely, SiaffTpf<p<a diastre.
Matti7. 17 O faithless and perverse generation, how
Luke 9. 41 O faithless and perverse generation ! how
Phil. 2. 15 in the midst of a crooked and perverse
PERVERSE things
1. Mischief, calamity, desire, njn hawah.
Job 6. 30 cannot my taste discern perverse things?
2. Perverseness, frowardness, nis^rrn tahpukoth.
Prov 23. 33 and thine heart shall utter perverse thin.
3. 7*o turn diversely, perversely, SiaffrpfQu diastre.
Acts 20. 30 shall men arise, speaking perverse things
PERVERSELY, to deal or do
1.7*o do perversely, nyj avah, 5.
2 Sa. 19. 19 thy servant did perversely the day that
i Ki. 8. 47 We have sinned, and have done pervers.
2. 7*o do perversely, ny; avath, 3.
Psa 119. 78 dealt perversely with me without a cause
PERVERSENZSS
l.To be perverse, perverted, T*S luz. 2.
Isa. 30. 12 trust in oppression and perverseness, and
^.Perverseness, ~a!J mutteh.
Eze. 9. 9 and the city full of perverseness : for they
3.Perverseness, "9 seleph.
Prov 1 1. 3 the perverseness of transgressors shall d.
15. 4 perverseness therein (is) a breach in the
4. Perverseness, perversity, nSiy avlah,
Isa. 59. 3 your tongue hath muttered perverseness
5. Labour, perverseness, misery, ?sj; amal.
Nuni23. 2t neither hath he seen perverseuess in Isr.
PERVERT, to
1.7*0 turn, overturn, "en haphak.
Jer. 23. 36 have perverted the words of the living God
2. To cause to incline, "9} natah, 5.
Deut 24. 17 Thou shalt not pervert the judgment of
27. 19 he that perverteth the judgment of the
i Sa. 8. 3 and took bribes, and perverted judgment
Prov.i7. 23 taketh a gift out of the bosom to pervert
3. To overthrow, pervert, ^f salaph, 3.
Exod 23. 8 and perverteth the words of the righteous
Deut 16. 19 and pervert the words of the righteous
Prov. 19. 3 The foolishness of man perverteth his way
4.7*0 do perversely, pervert, ny? avah, 5.
Job 33. 27 and perverted (that which was) right, and
Jer. 3. 21 they have perverted their way. .they have
5.7*0 use perversely, ny; avath, 3.
Job 8. 3 Doth God pervert judgment? or.. pervert
34. 12 neither will the Almighty pervert judgm.
6. 7*o pervert, c py aqash, 3.
Prov 10. ghethatpervertethhis waysshall be known
Mic. 3. 9 that abhor judgment, and pervert all equi.
7. To turn or bring back, y-o shun, 3.
Isa. 47. 10 it hath perverted thee ; and thou hast s.
8.7*0 change, transfer, r.yy shanah, 3.
Prov 31. 5 and pervert the judgment of any of the
9. To turn away or off, &.iro<npf<p<a npostrephfi.
Luke23- 14 this man . . one that perverteth the people
* 10. To turn diversely, perversely, ^marpt^xa diastr.
Luke23- 2 We found this (fellow) perverting the n.
Acts 13. 10 not. .to pervert the right ways of the L.
11. To turn away, fi.fTa<TTpt<f><a metastrephfi.
Gal. i. 7 some that, .would pervert the gospel of
PESTILENCE
1. Pestilence, j)lanue, ~j* deber.
Eiod 5. 3 lest he fall upon us with pestilence, or wi.
9. 15 smite thee and thy people with pestilence
Lev. 26. 25 I will send tlie pe.-tilenee aiming you; and
Numi4. 12 I will smite them with the pestilence, and
Deut 28. 21 shall make the pestilence cleaveunto thee
2 Sa. 24. 13 or that there be three days pestilent e in
24. 15 So the LORD sent apestilence upon Israel
i Ki. 8. 37 if there be pestilence, blasting, mildew
1 Ch.2i. 12 even the pestilence, in the land, and the
21. 14 So the LORD sent pestilence upon Israel
2 Ch. 6. 28 if there be pestilence, if there be blasting
7. 13 or if I send pestilence among my people
20. 9 sword, judgment, or pestilence, or famine
Psa. 78. 50 but gave their life over to the pestil nee
91. 3 deliverthee. .from the noisome pestilence
QI. 6 for the pestilence, (that) walketn in dai k.
Jer. 14.
21.
21.
21.
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27-
27-
28.
29.
29.
32.
32.
34-
38.
42-
Eze. 5.
6.
6.
7-
7-
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14-
14.
Amos 4
Hab. 3.
12 and by the famine, and by the pestilence
6 inhabitants, .shall die of a great pestilence
7 left in this city from the pestilence, from
9 and by the famine, and by the pestilcnee
10 the sword, the famine, and the pestilence
8 with the pestilence, until I have consumed
13 by the pestilence, as the LORD hath spoken
8 prophesied both, .of evil, and of pestilence
17 the sword, the famine, and the pestilence
1 8 with the famine, and with the pestilence
..( and of the famine, and of the pestilence
36 and by the famine, and by the pestilence
17 sword, to the pestilence, and to the famine
a sword, by the famine, and by the pestile.
17, 22 by the famine, and by the pestilence
13 sword, by the famine, and by the pestile.
12 third part, .shall die with the pestilence
17 pestilence and blood shall pass through
11 sword, by the famine, and by the pestile.
!. He that is far off shall die of the pestilence
15 and the pestilence and the famine within
15 famine and pestilence shall devour him
16 from the famine, and from the pestilence
19 Or (if) I send a pestilence into that land
21 the pestilence, to cut off from it man and
23 For I will send into her pestilence, and
27 andinthe cavesshall dieof the pestilence
22 I will plead against him with pestilence
10 I have sent among you the pestilence after
5 Before him went the pestilence, and bur.
2. A plague, pestilence, \oi/j.6s loimos.
Matt24- 7 there shall be famines, [and pestilences]
Lnke2i. ii famines, and pestilences; and fearful si/
PESTILENT
,4 playue, pestilence, \oifj.6s loimos.
Acts 24. 5 we have found this rnau (a) pestilent (fe.)
PESTLE
A pestle, ^y eli.
Prov 27. 22 in a mortar among wheat with a pestle
FET -ER, nVpos a stone.
The surname of Simon brother of Andrew, and son of
Jona (or Johanan); a native of Bethsaida, and a fisher
man ; called to be one of the twelve apostles of Christ ;
follows him, leaving all ; acknowledges, and rebukes
Christ, and is rebuked ; denies him ; sees him after the
resurrection; addresses the disciples regarding the
choice of an apostle, also the Jews on the day of
Pentecost ; cures a lame man at the gate of the temple ;
is imprisoned with John ; performs many cures; is
again imprisoned and released, speaks boldly before
the magistrates, communicates the gifts of the Spirit
to the Samaritans, confounds Simon Magus, cures
-Eneas of palsy, raises Dorcas to life, preaches to
Cornelius, defends himself to the church ; is imprisoned
by Herod, and freed by a messenger of God ; addresses
the assembly at Jerusalem concerning circumcision ;
is opposed by Paul for his inconsistency; commends
Paul s Epistles, writes two Epistles to the Jews
scattered abroad. Tradition asserts that he died at
Rome a martyr.
Matt. 4. 18 saw two brethren, Simon called P., and
8. 14 when Jesus was come into P. s house, he
10. 2 The first, Simon, who is called P., and A.
14. 28 P. answered him and said, Lord, if it be
14. 29 when P. was come down out of the ship
15. 15 Then answered P. and said unto him, De.
16. 16 And Simon P. answered and said, Thou
1 6. 1 8 That thou art P., and upon this rock I will
16. 22 Then P. took him, and began to rebuke
16. 23 But he turned, and said unto P., Get thee
17. i Jesus taketh P. . .and bringeth them up
17. 4 Then answered P., and said unto Jesus, L.
17. 24 came to P., and said, Doth not your mas.
17. 26 [P. saith unto him, Of strangers. Jesus]
18. 21 Then came P. to him, and said, Lord, how
19. 27 Then answered P. and said unto him, Be.
26. 33 P. answered and said unto him. Though
26. 35 P. said unto him, Though I should diewi.
26. 37 And he took with him P. and the two sons
26. 40 saith unto P., What ! could ye not watch
26. 58 But P. followed him afar off unto the high
26. 69 Now P. sat without in the palace : and a
26. 73 said to P., Surely thou also art (one) of th.
26. 75 P. remembered the word of Jesus, which
Mark 3. 16 And Simon he surnamed P.
5. 37 he suffered no man to follow him, save P.
8. 29 P. answereth and saith unto him, Thou art
8. 32 And P. took him, and began to rebuke him
8. 33 he rebuked P., saying, Get thee behind
9.
"
2 after six days Jesus taketh (with him) P.
9. 5 P. answered and said to Jesus, Master, it
10. 28 Then P. began to say unto him, Lo, we ha.
n. 21 P. calling to remembrance saith unto him
13. 3 P. and James and John . .asked him priv.
14. 29 But P. said unto him, Although all shall
14. 33 he taketh with him P. and James and J.
14. 37 and saith unto P., Simon, sleepest thouv
14. 54 P. followed him afar off, even into the p.
14. 66 as P. was beneath in the palace, there
14. 67 when she saw P. warming himself, she lo.
14. 70 they that stood by said again to P., Surely
14. 72 And P. called to mind the word that Jesus
16. 7 tell his disciples and P. that he goeth he.
Luke 5. 8 When Simon P. saw (it), he fell down ut
6. 14 Simon, whom he also named P., and A.
8. 45 When all denied, P. and they that were
8. 51 suffered no man to go in, save P. and Ja.
9. 20 whom say ye that I am? P. answeriniTsaid
Luke 9. 28 he took P. and John and James, and went
9. 32 But P. and they that were with him were
9. 33 P. said unto Jesus, Master, it is good for
12. 41 Then I said unto him, Lord, speakestthon
18. 28 Then P. said, Lo, we have left all, andfol.
22. 8 he sent P. and John, saying, Go and pre.
22. 34 And he said, I tell thee, P., the cock shall
22. 54 Then took they him . . And P. followed afar
22. 55 when they, .were set down t wther, P.
22. 58 Thou art also of them. And P. said, Man
22. 60 P. said, Man, I know not what thou say.
22. 61 looked upon P. And P. remembered the
22. 62 And [P.] went out, and wept bitterly
34. 12 [Then arose P., and ran unto thesepulc.]
John i. 40 One of the two. .was Andrew, Simon P. s
t. 44 Philip was of Beth&aida, the city of. .P.
6. 8 Andrew, Simon P. s brother, saith unto
6. 68 Then Simon P. answered him, Lord, to wh.
3. 6 Then cometh he to Simon P. : and [P.] sa.
3. 8 P. saith unto him, Thou shalt never wash
3. 9 Simon P. saith unto him, Lord, not my f.
3. 24 Simon P. therefore beckoned to him, that
3. 36 Simon P. said unto him, Lord, whither go.
3. 37 P. said unto him. Lord, why cannot I follow
1 3. 10 Then Simon P. having a sword drew it, and
1 3. ii Then said Jesus unto P., Put up thy swo.
1 3. 15 AndSimonP. followed Jesus, and (so did)
8. 16 But P. stood at the door without. Then
1 3. 16 disciple, .spake unto, .and brought in P.
8. 17 Then saith the damsel, .unto P., Art not
8. 18 and P. stood with them, and warmed him.
8. 25 Simon P. stood and warmed himself. They
8. 26 being (his) kinsman whose ear P. cut off
8. 27 P. then denied again : and immediately
o. 2 Then she runneth, andcometh to SimonP.
o. 3 P. therefore went forth, and that other d.
o. 4 the other disciple did outrun P., and came
0. 6 Then cometh Simon P. following him, and
2 There were together Simon P., and Tho.
3 Simon P. saith unto them, I go a fishing
7 disciple whom Jesus loved saith unto P.
7 Now when Simon P. heard that it was the
ii Simon P. went up, and drew the net to
15 Jesus saith to Simon P., Simon, (son) of J.
2 . 17 P. was grieved because he said unto him
21. 20 Then P., turning about, seeth the discip.
21. 21 P. seeing him saith to Jesus, Lord, and
Acts i. 13 into an upper room, where abode both P.
1. 15 in those days P. stood up in the midst of
2. 14 But P., standing up with the eleven, lilted
2. 37 said unto P. and to the rest of the apost.
2. 38 Then P. said unto them, Repent, and be
3. i Now P. and John went up together into
3. 3 Who seeing P. and John about to go into
3. 4 P., fastening his eyes upon him with J.
3. 6 Then P. said, Silver anil gold have I none
3. ii which was healed held P. and John, all
3. 12 And when P. saw(it), he answered unto the
4. 8 Then P., filled with the Holy Ghost, said
4. 13 they saw the boldness of P. and John
4. 19 But P. and John answered and said unto
5. 3 But P. said, Ananias, why hath Satan flL
5. 8 And P. answered unto her, Tell me whe.
5. 9 Then P. said unto her, How is it that ye
5. 15 that at the least the shadow of P. passing
5. 29 Then P. and the (other) apostles answered
8. 14 they sent unto them P. and John
8. 20 But P. said unto him, Thy money perish
9. 32 as P. passed throughout all (iiuarters), he
9. 34 And P. said unto him, .Eneas, Jesus Chr.
9. 38 had heard that P. was there, they sent
9. 39 Then P. arose and went with them. When
9. 40 But P. put them all forth, and kneeled
9. 40 and when she saw P., she sat up
10. 5 call for (one) Simon, whose surname is P.
10. 9 P. went up upon the house top to pray a.
10. 13 came a voice to him, Rise, P. ; kill, and
10. 14 P. said, Not so, Lord ; for I have never e.
o. 17 P. doubted in himself what this vision
o. 18 whether Simon, which was surnamed P.
o. 19 While P. thought on the vision, the spirit
o. 21 P. went down to the men which were sent
o. 23 [P.] went away with them, and certain bre.
o. 25 as P. was coming in, Cornelius met him
o. 26 P. took him up, saying. Stand up ; I my.
o. 32 call hither Simmi, whose surname is P.
o. 34 P. opened (his) mouth, and said, Of a truth
o. 44 While P. yet spake these words, the Holy
o. 45 were astonished, as many as came with 1 .
0. 46 Then answered P., Can any man forbid w.
1. 2 when P. was come up to Jerusalem, they
i. 4 P. rehearsed (the matter) from the begin,
i. 7 voice sayinguntome, Arise, P. ; slay, and
1. 13 and call for Simon, whose .surname is P.
2. 3 he proceeded further to take P. also
2. 5 P. therefore was kept in prison : but pr.
2. 6 P. was sleeping between two soldiers, b.
2. 7 he smote P. on the side, and raised him
2. ii when P. was come to himself, he said, Now
2. 13 as [P.] knocked at the door of the gate, a
2. 14 when she knew P. s voice, she opened not
2.14 ran . . and told how P. stood before the g.
2. 16 P. continued knocking : and when they
2. 18 was no small stir, .what was become of P.
5. 7 P. rose up, and said unto them. Men (and)
Gal. 1. 18 I went up to Jerusalem to see [P.], and a.
2. 7 (thegospel)of . .circumcision (was) unto p.
2. 8 Forhethatwroughteffectually in P. to the
2. ii when[P.]waaconveto Antioch.Iwithstood
2. 14 I said unto [P.] before (them) all. If thou
1 Pe. i. i P., an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the stran.
2 Pe. i. i P., a servant und an apostle of Jesus Ch.
PETHAHIAH 749 PHARAOH
PE-THAH I AH, .rnng Jah opens.
1. A priest iu the days of David appointed over the
nineteenth charge of the sanctuary. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.24- 16 The nineteenth to P., the twentieth to Je.
2. A Levite that had taken a strange wife. B.C. 445.
Ezra ic. 23 the same (is) Kelita, P., Judah, and Elie
3. A Levite who regulated the devotions of the people
after Ezra had finished reading the Book of the Law to
them. B.C. 445.
Neh. 9. 5 P. .said, Stand up (and) bless the LORD your
4. A son of Meshezabeel, and of the family of Zarah son
of Judah, whom the king of Persia employed in matters
concerning the returned exiles. B.C. 445.
Neh. 1 1. 24 P. the son of Meshezabeel, of the children
PE -THOR, "lin? extension.
A city in Mesopotamia near the Euphrates, where
Balaam the prophet the son of Beor dwelt, when Balak
king of Moab sent for him to curse Israel.
Num22. 5 sent, .unto Balaam the son of Beor, to P.
Deut 2 }. 4 Balaam the son of Beor of P. of Mesupo.
PE-THU -EL, "JX ns God delivers.
i ather of Joel the prophet. B.C. 800.
Joel i . i word of the LORD that came to . . son of P.
PETITION
I. Petition, prayer, iy? bau.
Dan. 6. 7 whosoever shall ask a petition of any god
6. 13 but maketh his petition three times a day
^.Asking, nSjjyp mishalah.
Psa. 20. 5 banners : the LORD fulfil all thy petitions
$. Asking, d}VJ, n^V shelah, sheelah,
i Sa. i. 17 grant (thee) thy petition that thou hast
1. 27 LORD hath given me my petition which
i Kl. 2. 16 now I ask one petition of thee, deny me
2. 20 I desire one small petition of thee ; (I pr.
Esth. 5. 6 What (is) thy petition? and it shall be g.
5. 7 answered fcsther, and said, My petition
5. 8 if it please the king to grant my petition
7. 2 What (is) thy petition, queen Esther? and
7. 3 let my life be given meat my petition, and
9. 12 what (is) thy petition? and it shall be gr.
4.An asking, petition, afrrjua aiterna.
i Jo. 5. 15 we know that we have the petitions that
PE-TTL -THAI, n/
1
!;? Jah works.
A Kohathite, son of Obed-edom, and a gate keeper of
the tabernacle in the days of David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.26. 5 Issachar the seventh; P. the eighth: for
PHA -LEC, 4>aA.eK division,
I ather of Ragau, ah ancestor of Jesus. See Pdeg.
Luke 3. 35 which was (the son) of P., which was (the
PHAl -TI, e^S Jah causes to escape. (PHALTIEL.)
A Benjamite to whom Saul gave Michal his daughter,
David s wife. B.C. 1060. See Palliel.
i Sa. 25. 44 had given Michal. .to P. the son of Laish
PHA-NTI -EL, <bavovri\,
An Asherite, mother of Anna the prophetess who came
into the temple when Jesus was presented there by his
parents, and spoke of him to those who looked for re
demption in Israel.
Luke 2. 36 there was one Anna, .the daughter of P.
PHAR -AOH, njng sun.
1. A king of Egypt in the days of Abram. B.C. 1896.
Gen. 12. 15 The princes also of P. saw her, and com.
12. 15 before P. . .the woman was taken into P. s
12.17 LORD plagued P. and his house with great
12. 18 P. called Abram, and said, What (is) this
12. 20 P. commanded (his) men concerning him
2. Anotherking of Egypt, in the days of Joseph. B.C. 1725.
Gen. 37. 36 anofficerof P. s,(and) captain of theguard
39. i an officer of P., captain of the guard
40. 2 P. was wroth against two (of) his officers
40. 7 he asked P. s officers that (were) with him
40. ii P. s cup (was) in my hand : and I took the
40. ii into P. s cup, and Igave the cup into P. s
40. 13, 19 within three days shall P. lift up thine
40. 13 thou shalt deliver P. s cup into his hand
40. 14 make mention of me unto P.,and bring me
40. 17 (was) of all manner of bake meats for P.
40. 20 the third day, (which was) P. s birthday
40. 21 and he gave the cup into P. s hand
41. i P. dreamed : and, behold, he stood by the
41 . 4 kine did eat up the . . fat kine. So P. awoke
41. 7 And P. awoke, and, behold, (it was) a dr.
41. 8 P. told them his dreams; but (there was)
41. 8 none that could interpret them unto P.
41. 9 Then spake the chief butler unto P., say.
41. 10 P. was wroth with his servants, and put
41. 14 P. sent and called Joseph, and they bro.
41. 14 changed his raiment, and came in unto P.
41. 15 P. said unto Joseph, I have dreamed a d.
41. 16 Joseph answered P., saying, (It is) not in
41. 16 God shall give P. an answer of peace
41. 17 P. said unto Joseph, In my dream, behold
4 1 . 25 P. , The dream of P. (is) one : G od hath sh.
41. 28 (is) the thing which I have spoken unto P.
41. 28 What God (is), .to do he showeth unto P.
41. 32 for that the dream was doubled unto P.
41. 33 let P. look out a man discreet and wise
41. 34 P. do (this), and let him appoint officers
41. 35 lay up corn under the hand of P., and
41. 37 the thing was good in the eyes of P., and
41. 38 P. said unto his servants, Canwe find (such
4i. 39 P. said unto Joseph, .(there is) none sod.
Gen. 41. 41 P. said unto Joseph, See, I have set thee
41. 42 P. took off his riir, from his hand, and
41. 44 P. said unto Joseph, I (am) P., and with.
41.45 P. called Joseph s name /aphnuth-puane.
41. 46 And Joseph, .stood before P. king of E.
41. 46 Joseph went out from the prescti -i- i P,
41. 55 people cried to P. for bread : and P. said
42. 15 By the life of P. ye shall not go forth he.
42. 16 or else, by the life of P. surely ye (are) 6.
44. 18 not thine anger burn, .thou (art), .as P.
45. 2 the Egyptians and the house of P. heard
45. 8 he hath made me a father to P., and lord
45. 16 fame, .was heard in P. s house, .pleased P.
45. 17 P. said unto Joseph, Say unto thy brethren
45. 21 according to the commandment of P.
46. 5 the waggons which P. had sent to carry
46. 31 I will go up, and show P., and say unto
46. 33 it shall come to pass, when P. shall call
47. i Then Joseph came and told P., and said
47. 2 he took some . . and presentedthem unto P.
47. 3 P. said unto his brethren, What (is) your
47. 3 they said unto P., Thy servants (are) she.
47. 4 They said, moreover, unto P., For to soj.
47. 5 P. spake unto Joseph, saying, Thy father
47. 7 set him before P. : and Jacob blessed P.
47. 8 And P. said unto Jacob, How old (art) t.?
47. 9 Jacob said unto P., The days of the years
17. 10 blessed P., and went out from before P.
47. ii in the land of Rameses, as P. had comm.
47. 14 Joseph brought the money into P. s house
47. 19 we and our land . . will be servants unto P.
47. 20 Joseph bought all the land of Egypt for P.
47. 20 famine prevailed . . so the land became P. s
47. 22 priests had a portion (assigned them) of P.
47. 22 did eat their portion which P. gave them
47. 23 I have bought you this day. .for P. : lo
47. 24 that ye shall give the fifth (part) unto P.
47. 25 And they said, .we will be P. s servants
47. 26 P. should have the fifth (part); except the
47. 26 land of the priests only, .became not P. s
50. 4 Joseph spake unto the house of P., saying
50. 4 speak, I pray you, in the ears of P., saying
50. 6 P. said, Go up and bury thy father, ace.
50. 7 with him went up all the servants of P.
S.Athird king of Egypt, in the infancy ofMoses. B.C. 1571.
Exod i. ii they built for P. treasure cities, Pithom
i. 19 the midwives said unto P., Because the
1. 22 P. charged all his people, saying, Every
2. 5 And the daughter of P. came down to w.
2. 7 Then said his sister to P. s daughter, Shall
2. 8 P. s daughter said to her, Go And the m.
2. 9 P. sdaughter said unto her, Take this ch.
2. 10 child grew, and she brought him unto P. s
Heb. ii. 24 Moses, .refused to be called theson of P. s
4. A fourth king of Egypt, when Moses was grown up.
B.C. 1531.
Exod. 2. 15 Now when P. heard this thing, he sought
2. 15 But Moses fled from the face of P., and
5. A fifth king of Egypt, who was reigning when Moses
returned. B.C. 1491.
Exod 3. 10 Comenow..andIwillseudtheeuntoP.,th.
3. ii Who (am) I., that I should go unto P., and
4. 21 see. .thou do all those wonders before P.
4. 22 thou shalt say unto P., Thus saith the L.
5. i Moses and Aaron went in, and told P.
5. 2 P. said, WTio (is) the LORD, that I should
5. 5 P. said, Behold, the people of the land n.
5. 6 P. commanded the same day the taskma.
5. 10 Thus saith P., I will not give you straw
5. 14 the officers, .which P. s taskmasters had
5. 15 Then the officers, .came and cried unto P.
5. 20 Moses and Aaron . . as they came forth . . P.
5. 21 savour to be abhorred in the eyes of P.
5. 23 For since I came to P. to speak in thy na.
6. i Now shalt thou see what I will do to P.
6. 1 1 Go in, speak unto P. king of Egypt, that
6. 12 how then shall P. hear me, who (am) of
6. 13 gave them a charge .. unto P. king of Eg.
6. 27 These (are) they which spake to P. king
6. 29 speak thou unto P. king of Egypt all that
6. 30 Behold, .how shall Pi hearken unto me?
7. i See, I have made thee a god to P. ; and
7. 2 Aaron thy brother shall speak unto P.,th.
7. 3 I will harden P. s heart, and multiply
7. 4 But P. shall not hearken unto you, that I
7. 7 fourscore, .when they spake unto P.
7. 9 When P. shall speak unto you, saying, S.
7. 9 Take thy rod, and cast (it) before P. , (and)
7. 10 And Moses and Aaron went in unto P. , and
7. 10 Aaron cast down his rod before P., and
7. ii P. also called the wise men and the v. 13.
7. 14 P. s heart (is) hardened, he refuseth to
7. 15 Get thee unto P. in the morning ; lo, he
7. 20 he lifted up the rod. .in the sight of P., and
7. 22 P. s heart was hardened, neither did he
7. 23 P. turned and went into his house, neith.
8. i the LOUD spake unto Moses, Go unto P.
8. 8 Then P. called for Moses and Aaron, and
8. 9 Moses said unto P., Glory over me : when
8. 12 Moses. .Aaron went out from P. : and M.
8. 12 the frogs which he had brought against P.
8. 15 But when P. saw that there was respite
8. 19 Then the magicians said unto P., This (is)
8. 19 P. s heart was hardened, and he hearke.
8. 20 Rise up early . . and stand before P. ; lo, he
8. 24 came, .swarm (of flies) into, .house of P.
8. 25 P. called for Moses and for Aaron, and
8. 28 P. said, I will let you go, that ye may sa.
8. 29 the swarms (of flies) may depart from P.
8. 29 but let not P. deal deceitfully any more
Exod.8. 30 Moses went out from P. and entreated
8. 31 he removed the swarms (of flies) from P.
8. 32 P. hardened his heart at this time also
9. i the LoKl> said unto Moses, Go in unto P.
9. 7 P. sent. And the heart of P. was hard v.3cj.
9. 8 and let Moses sprinkle, .in the sight of P.
9. 10 they took ashes . .and stood before P. ; and
9. 12 And the LORD hardened the heart of P.
9. 13 Rise up early, .and stand before P., and
9. 20 He that feared . .among the servants of P.
9. 27 P. sent, and culled for Moses and Aaron
9. 33 Moses went out of the city from P., and
9. 34 P. saw that the rain and the hail, .were
10. i the LORD said unto Moses, Go in unto P.
10. 3 Moses and Aaron c.-unr in unto P., and s.
10. 6 he turaed himself, and went out from P.
10. 7 P. s servants said unto him, How long sh.
ID. 8 Moses and Aaron were brought, .unto P.
10. ii And they were driven out from P. s pres.
10. 16 Then P. called for Moses and Aaron in h.
10. 18 he went out from P., and entreated the L.
, 10.20,27 Butthe LORD hardened P. sheart.soth.
10. 24 P. called unto Moses, and said, Go ye.se.
10. 28 And P. said unto him, Get thee from mo
11. i Yet. .1 bring one pl&gue (more) upon P.
ii. 3 Moses(was) very great, .in. .sight of P. s
n. 5 the firstborn of P. that sitteth upon his t.
ii. 8 And he went out from P. in a great anger
ii. 9 the LORD said .. P. shall not hearken unto
1 1. 10 before P. : and the LORD hardened P. s he.
12. 29 first born of P. that sat on his throne
12. 30 And P. rose up in the night, he, and all
13. 15 when P. would hardly let us go, that the
13. 17 when P. had let the people go, that God
14. 3 P. will say of the children of Israel, They
14. 4 I will harden P. s heart, that he shall fo.
14. 4 I will be honoured upon P., and upon all
14. 5 the heart of P. and of his servants was
14. 8 the LORD hardened the heart of P. king
14. 9 horses (and) chariots of P., and his horse.
14. 10 when P. drew nigh, the children of Israel
14. 17 I will get me honour upon P., and upon
14. 18 I have gotten me honour upon P., and up.
14. 23 P. s horses, his chariots, and his horsemen
14. 28 host of P. that came into the sea after
15. 4 P. s chariots and his host hath he cast
15. 19 the horse of P. went in with his chariots
18. 4 God. .delivered me from the sword of P.
i S. 8 all that the LORD had done unto P. and to
1 8. 10 hath delivered you., out of the hand of P.
Deut. 6. 21 We were P. s bondmen in Egypt ; and the
6. 22 upon P., and upon all his household,before
7. 8 redeemed . . from the hand of P. king of E.
7. 18 remember what theLoRD thy God did unto
n. 3 did in the midst of Egypt unto P. the ki.
29. 2 the LOKD did. .in the land of Egypt unto
34. ii sent him to do in the land of Egypt to P.
1 Sa. 2. 27 when the;- were in Egypt, in P. s house?
6. 6 the Egyptians and P. hardened their hea.?
2 Ki. 17. 7 from under the hand of P., king of Egypt
Neh. 9. 10 shewedst signs and wonders upon P., and
Psa. 135. 9 tokens, .upon P., and upon all his servants
136. 15 overthrew P. aud his host iu the Red sea
Acts 7. 10 gave him favour, .in the sight of P. king
7. 13 Joseph s kindred wasmade known unto P.
7. 21 P. s daughter took him up, and nourished
Rom. 9. 17 For the scripture saith unto P., Even for
6. A king of Egypt in the days of Solomon. B.C. 1015.
1 Ki. 3. i affinity witli P. king of Egypt, and took P.
7. 8 Solomon made also an house for P. s dau.
o. 16 (For) P. king of Egypt had gone up and
9. 24 P. s daughter came up out of the city of
ii. i together with the daughterof P., women
ii. 18 they came to Egypt, unto P. king of Egy.
ii. 19 found great favour in the sight of P.
ii. 20 his son, whom Taphenes weanedin P. s h.
ii. 20 was in P. s household among the sons of P
ii. 21 Hadad said to P., Let me depart, that I
ii. 22 P. said unto him, But what hast thou la.
2 Ch. 8. ii Solomon brought up the daughter of P.
Song i. 9 to a company of horses in P. s chariots
7.A king of Egypt in the days of Isaiah. B.C. 720.
Isa. 19. ii wise counsellors of P. . .how say ye to P.
30. 2 strengthen themselves in the strength of P.
30. 3 Therefore shall the strength of P. be your
36. 6 so (is) P. king of Egypt to all that trust in
8. Father of Bithiah wife of Mered, who was of the tribe
of Judah. B.C. 1400.
1 Ch. 4. 18 the sons of Bithiah the daughter of P.
PHAR-AOH HOPH -RA, i"]?n ny>9 priest of the sun.
A king of Egypt whose overthrow by Nebuchadnezzar
was foretold by Jeremiah the prophet. B.c. 570.
Herodotus reports his death by a rival king, Amasis.
Jer. 44. 30 I will give P. king of Egypt into the hand
PHAR-AOH (NECH-OH or NECHO), i2J or nbJ .ling.
A king of Egypt, a successor of Psammetichus.who fought
against Nabopolassar king of Assyria, slew king Josiah
at Megiddo, bound Jehoahaz at Riblah, and made
Eliakim his brother king in his stead. B.C. 610.
2 Ki. 1 8. 21 so (is) P. king of Egypt unto all that trust
23. 29 P. king of Egypt went up against the ki.
23. 33 P. put him in bands at Riblah iu the land
23. 34 P. made Eliakim the son of Josiah king in
23. 35 Jehoiakim gave the silver and. .gold to P.
23. 35 money according to .. commandment of P.
23. 35 according to his taxation.. to give.. unto P.
Jer. 25. 19 P. king of Egypt, and his servants, and his
37. 5 P. s army was come forth out of Egypt : and
37. 7 P. s army which is come forth to help you
PHARES 750 PHILISTINES
Jer. 37. j i army . . was broken up . . for fearof P. s army
43. 9 at the entry of P. s house in Tahpanhes
46. 2 against the army of P. king of Egypt which
46. 17 P. king of Egypt (is but) a noise; he hath
46. 25 and P., anl Egypt, with their g.icU, :iml
46. 25 even P., and (all) them that trust in him
47. i word, .that came, .before that P. smote Q.
Eze. 17. 17 Neither sha l P. with (his) mighty army
29. 2 set thy face against P. king of Egypt, and
29. 3 P. king of Egypt, the great dragon that
30. 21 I have broken the arm of P. king of Egy.
30. 22 I (am) against P. king of Egypt, and will
30. 24 I will break P. s arms, and he shall groan
30. 25 the arms of P. shall fall down and they
31. 2 Son. .speak unto P. king of Egypt, and to
31. 18 This (is) P. and all ins multitude, saith
32. 2 take up a lamentation for P. king of Egypt
32. 31 P. shall see them, and shall be comforted
32. 31 P. and all his army slain by the sword
32. 32 (even) P. and all his multitude, saith the
PHA -RES, <bapfs
breach (from JIt b.
}"l$).
Elder son of Judah by Thamar, and father of Esrom.
B.C. 1700. See also the following.
Matt. i. 3 Judas begat P.. .P. begat Esrom; and
Luke 3. 33 Esrom, which was (the son) of P., which
PHA -REZ, PE -REZ, p", P? breaking forth.
Elder son of Judah by Tamar his daughter in law, and
father of Hezron and Hamul. B.C. 1700. See Perez.
Gen. 38. 29 therefore his name was called P.
46. 12 And the sons of P. were Hezron and Ham.
46. 12 Onan, and Shelah, and P., and Zarah
Num26. 20 of P., the family of the Pharzites : of Ze.
26. 21 the sons of P. were ; of Hezron, the fam.
Ruth 4. 12 let thy house be like the house of P., wh.
4. 18 these (are) the generations of P.; P. begat
i Ch. 2. 4 Tamar his daughter in law bare him P. and
2. 5 The sons of P.; Hezron, and Hamul
4. i P., Hezron, and Carnii, and Hur, and Sh.
9. 4 Bani, of the children of P. the sou of Judah
Neh. ii. 4 Mahalaleel, of the children of P. ; n. 6.
PHAROSH. .SV.< PAROSH.
PHA RI SEES, Qapiffaiot, (from Ifeb. y^) separate.
The largest of the three or four Jewish sects ; noted for
their self conceit and long prayers; paid unnecessary
tithes, fasted often, made broad their phylacteries,
held to traditions, <fec.
Mutt. 3. 7 he saw many of the P. and Sadducees co.
5. 20 (the righteousness) of the scribes and P.
9. 1 1 And when the P. saw (it), they said unto
9. 14 the P. fast oft, but thy disciples fast not
9. 34 the P. said, He casteth out devils through
12. 2 But when the P. saw (it), they said unto
12. 14 the P. went out, and held a council again.
12. 24 when the P. heard (it), they said, This (f.)
12. 38 [the P.] answered, saying, Master, we wo.
15. i Then came to Jesus scribes and P., which
15. 12 Knowest thou that the P. were offended-
16. i The P. also with the Sadducees came, and
16. 6, ii leaven of the P. and of the Sadducees
16. 12 the doctrine of the P. and of the Sadduc.
19. 3 The P. also came unto him, tempting him
21. 45 when the chief priests and P. had heard
22. 15 Then went the P., and took counsel how
22. 34 P. had heard that he had put the Saddu.
22. 41 While the P. were gathered together, Je.
23. 2 The scribes and the P. sit in Moses seat
23. 13, 15, 23, 25, 27 woe unto you, scribes and P.
23. 14 [Woe unto you, scribes and P., hypocrites]
23. 26 (Thou) blind P., cleanse first that (which
23. 29 Woe unto you, scribes and P., hypocrites !
27. 62 priests and P. came together unto Pilate
Mark 2. 16 [P.Jsawhim eat with publicans and sinne.
2. 18 disciples of John and [of.. P.] used to fast
2. 18 Why do the disciples of John and of . .P.
2. 24 the P. said unto him, Behold, why do they
3. 6 the P. went forth, and straightway took
7. i Then came together unto him the P., and
7. 3 the P., andall the Jews, except they wash
7. 5 the P. and scribes asked him, Why
8. 1 1 the P. came forth, and began to question
8. 15 beware of theleavenof the P., and (of) the
10. 2 the P. came to him, and asked him, Is it
12. 13 certain of the P. and of the Herodians
Luke 5. 17 there were P. and doctors of the law
5. 21 the P. began to reason, saying, Who is
5. 30 P. murmured against his disciples, saying
5. 33 and likewise (the disciples) of the P.
6. 2 the P. said unto them, Why do ye thatw.
6. 7 the scribes and P. watched him, whether
7. 30 the P. and lawyers rejected the counsel
7. 36 one of the P. desired him that he would
7. 36 he went into the P. s house, and sat down
7. 37 that (Jesus) sat at meat in the P. s house
7. 39 when the P. which had bidden him saw
:i 37 a certain P. brought him to dine with h.
11. 38 when the P. saw (it), he marvelled that he
ii. 39 ye P. make clean the outside of the cup
ii. 42 But woe unto you, P.! for ye tithe mint
n. 43 Woe unto you, P.! for ye love the upper.
11. 44 [Woe unto you, scribes and P., hypocrites]
11. 53 the scribesand theP. began to urgefhiin)
12. i Beware ye of the leaven of the P., which
13. 31 The same day there came certain of the P.
14. i went into the house of one of the chief P.
14. 3 Jesus answering spake unto the. .P., say.
15. 2 the P. and scribes murmured, saying, This
16. 14 the P. also, .heard all these things : and
17. 20 when he was demanded of the P., when
18. icthe one a P., and the other a publican
LukeiS. ii The P. stood and prayed thus with hims.
19. 39 some of the P. . .said unto him, Master
John i. 24 And they which were sent were of the P.
3. i There was a man of the P., named Nico.
4. i the Lord knew how the P. had heard that
7. 32 The P. heard that the people murmured
7. 32 the P. and the chief priests sent officers
7. 45 Then came the officers to the. .P.; and
7. 47 Then answered them the 1 ., Are ye also
7. 48 Have any of the rulers or of the P. belie.
8. 3 [the scribes and P. brought unto him a w.]
8. 13 The P. therefore said unto him, Thou b.
9. 13 They brought to the P. him that. . was bl.
9. 15 Then again the P. also asked him how he
9. 16 Therefore said soii.e of the P., This man
9. 40 (some) of the P. . .heard these words, and
ii. 46 some of thriu went their ways to the P.
ii. 47 Tin n gathered the. .P. acouncil, andsaid
11. 57 \ow. .the P. had given a commandment
12. 19 The P. therefore said among themselves
12. 42 because of the P. they did not confess
1 8. 3 officers from the chief priests and P., co.
Acts 5. 34 stood there up one in the council, a P.
15. 5 there rose up certain of the sect of the P.
23. 6 perceived that the one part were. .[P.]
23. 6 I am a P., [the son of a P.]: of the hope and
23. 7 there arose a dissension between the P.
23. 8 neither angel, nor spirit ; but the P. con.
23. 9 the scribes (that were) of the P.s part
26. 5 after the . . straitest sect . . I lived a P.
Phil. 3. 5 Circumcised, .as touching the law, a P.
PHAR -PAR, nj-iS swift.
The river el-Sibarani, flowing from Hermon past Da
mascus, or the little one at el-Faigah which falls into
the Barada; or the Awaj from eastern Hermon, and
now called Barber.
2 Ki. 5. 12 (Are) not Abana and P. . .better than all
PHAR-ZTTES, THS? the Partsi.
The family of Pharez son of Judah. Num. 26. 20.
PHASEAH. Set. PASEAH.
PHE -BE, 4>oi/3T7. A female minister in Corinth or Cenchrea, who had
helped Paul, and going to Rome, was recommended by
Paul.
Rom 16. i I commend unto you P. our sister, which
PHE-NICE, -froiViCA
harbour on the S. of Crete.
Acts 27. 12 if by any means they might attain to P.
PHE-NICE. PHE-NI -CIA, *OIJ/I K:IJ.
The E. coast of the Mediterranean, commencing at the
promontory of Carmel, and stretching 120 miles north
ward, with an average breadth of 20 miles; Tyre
and Sidon were its chief cities. It was originally
peopled by the sons of Anak, B.C. 2800 ; Agenor was its
first king, 149 ; in 878 it sent forth a colony, led by
Elissa or Dido, to Africa, which founded Carthage ; in
721 it was invaded by Shalmanezer; in 587 by Nebu
chadnezzar; in 536 by Lyrus; in 466 the Phoenicians
were totally defeated by Cimon at the naval battle of
Eurymedon ; in 352 they revolted from Persia; in 331
they were subdued by Alexander ; in 323 the country
was annexed to Egypt; in 315 it was seized by Antigoiius
of Phrygia ; in 83 it passed to Tigranes king of
Armenia ; in 62 it became part of the Roman province
of Syria ; in 20 it was deprived by Augustus of all its
liberties. It was annexed to Turkey in A.D. 1516.
Acts n. 19 Now they, .travelled as far as P., and C.
15. 3 they passed through P. and Samaria, de.
21. 2 finding aship sailing over unto P., we we.
PHI -BE-SETH, rips"? the cat goddess Kasht.
A capital city in Lower Egypt, called also Bubastis, on
the E. of Pelusiac branch of the Nile.
Eze. 30. 17 The young men of Aven and of P. shall
PHIC -HOL, "rD 9 great, strong, tamarisk.
Chief captain of Abimelech king of the Philistines in
the days of Abraham. B.C. 1880.
Gen. 21. 22 Abimelech and P. the chief captain . .spa.
21. 32 then Abimelech rose up, and P. the chief
26. 26 Abimelech went, .and P. the chief captain
PHIl-A-DELPH -IA, *iAa5eA.(tfa.
The second city of Lydia in the W. of Asia Minor,
26 miles S.E. of Sardis, and 70 N.E. of Smyrna;
it was founded by Attalus Philadelphus king of Pergamos
; in A.D. 17 it was almost destroyed by an earth
quake; it was taken by Bazazet I. in A.D. 1300; it is
now called Allah xhair, "city of God," and still con
tains about 15,000 inhabitants, and the ruins of many
ancient churches.
Rev. i. ii unto Sardis, and unto P., and unto Laod.
3. 7 And to the angel of the church in P. write
PHTL-E -MON, *iXTj/ta>i
.
A person in Colosse to whom Paul addressed a letter in
behalf of his spiritual son Onesimus.
Fhm. i Paul, .unto P. our dearly beloved, and f.
PHTL-E -TTTS, *iA.TjTOS.
A person condemned (along with one Hymeneus) by
Paul for error regarding the resurrection.
2 Ti. 2. 17 of whom is Hymeneus and P.
PHTL -IP, 4>iA.ni"7roy n lover of horses.
1. One of the twelve apostles, from Bethsaida.
Matt 10. 3 P., and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Ma.
Mark 3. 18 P., and Bartholomew, and Matthew, and
Luke 6. 14 Andrew. .James and John, P. and Barth.
John i. 43 tindeth P., and saith unto him, Follow me
i. 44 P. was off Bethsaida, the city of Andrew
i. 45 P. Hndeth Nathanael, and saith unto liini
i. 46 P. saith unto him, Ci.nu- and see
i. 48 Before that P. called thee, when thou wast
6. 5 he saith unto P., Whence shall we buy 1>.
6. 7 P. answered him, Two hundred penny w.
12. 21 The same came therefore to P., which was
12. 22 P. cometh and telleth Andrew
12. 22 and again Andrew and P. tell Jesus
14. 8 P. saith unto him, Lord, show us the Fa.
14. 9 you, and yet hast thou not known me, P.?
Acts i. 13 P., and Thomas, Bartholomew, and Mat.
2. A son of Herod the Great, and husband of Herodias.
Matt. 14. ; fui H, Todias ssake.hisbrotherlP. s] wife
Mark 6. 17 for Herodias sake, his brother P. s wife
Luke 3. 19 for Uerodias his brother [P. s] wife, and
3. Another son who was tetrarch of Iturea.
Luke 3. i his brother P. tetrarch of Itunca and of
4. One of the seven chosen to serve tables ; he also
preached and baptized.
Acts 6. 5 P., and Prochorus, and Nicanor, and Ti.
8. 5 P. went down to the city of Samaria, and
8. 6 gave heed unto those things which P. spa.
8. 12 when they believed P. preaching the th.
8. 13 he continued with P., and wondered
8. 26 the angel of the Lord spake unto P., say.
8. 29 the Spirit said unto P., Go near, and join
6. 30 P. ran thither to(hiin), and heard him read
8. 31 he desired P. that he would come up and
8. 34 the eunuch answered P., and said, I pray
8. 35 P. opened his mouth, and began at the 8.
8. 37 [P. said, If thou believest with all thine]
8. 38 both into the water, both P. and the eu.
8. 39 the spirit of the Lord caught away I .
8. 40 P. was found at Azotus: and passing th.
21. 8 entered into, .house of P. the evangelist
PHIL-IP -PI, *iAi7riroi.
A chief city in proconsular Macedonia, E. of Amphipolis
in ancient Thrace, and about seventy miles N. E.
of Thessalonica ; once called Krcnides; fortified by
Philip father of Alexander the Great, it received hfs
name ; near it were mines of gold, silver Ac. ; Brutus
and Cassius were here defeated; it is now in ruins; in
Matt. 16. 13 and Mark 8. 27 it is used as an adjunct to
Coesarea, N. of Palestine, near the sources of the Jor
dan.
Acts 16. 12 from thence to P., which is the chief city
20. 6 we sailed away from P. after the days of
Phil. i. i the saints in Christ Jesus which are at P.
i Th. 2. 2 were shamefully entreated as ye know at P
PHI-LIP-PIANS, <bi\tinrfi<rtoi.
The (believing) inhabitants of Philippi in Macedonia, whom Paul addresses in his Epistle.
Phil. 4. 15 ye P., know also, that in the beginning of
PHI-LIST -IA, ru^g migration.
The sea coast on the west of Dan and Simeon ; from a
little N. of Joppa to a little S. of Gaza, or about forty
miles long by ten or twenty broad ; its chief cities were
Ekron, Ashdod, Askelon, Gaza, and Gath, to which may
be added Gerar.
Psa. 60. 8 P., triumph thou because of me
87. 4 behold P., and Tyre, with Ethiopia ; this
108. 9 Moab (is) my washpot. .over P. will I tr.
PHI-IIST-IM, D-ny1
??.
The descendants of Casluhim the sixth son of Mizraim,
who migrated from Egypt northward to Canaan keeping
by the sea coast.
Gen. 10. 14 Casluhim, out of whom came P., and Ca.
PH3-LIS-TINES, C R^Vg.
The same as the above . Pompey incorporated their
country into the Roman province of Syria, B.C. 62.
Gen. 21. 32 and they returned into the land of the P.
21. 34 Abraham sojourned in the P. s land many
26. i Isaac went unto Abimelech king of the P.
26. 8 king of the P. looked out at a window, and
26. 14 store of servants: and the P. envied him
26. 15 the P. had stopped them, and filled them
26. 1 8 the P. had stopped them after the death
Exodis. 17 not(through)the way of thelandof the P.
23. 31 the Red sea even, unto the sea of the P.
Josh 13. 2 all the borders of the P., and all Geshuri
13. 3 five lords of the P. ; the Gazathites, and
Judg. 3. 3 five lords of the P., and all the Canaanites
3. 31 which slew of the P. six hundred men w.
10. 6 served . .and the gods of the P., and fors.
10. 7 he sold them into the handsof the P., and
ip. ii from thechildrenof Ammon. .from tlieP.?
13. i delivered them into the hand of the P.
13. 5 deliver Israel out of the hand of the P.
14. i, 2 woman in Tim. of. .daughters of the P.
14. 3 to take a wife of the undrciimcised P.?
14. 4 he sought an occasion against the P.
14. 4 that time the P. had dominion over Israel
15. 3 Now shall I be more blameless than the P.
15. 5 let(them)gointo. .standing corn of the P.
15. 6 the P. said, Who hath done this? And th.
15. 6 P. came up, and burnt her and her father
15. 9 the P. went up, and pitched in Judah, and
15. ii Knowest thou not. .P. (are) rulers over us?
15. 12 may deliver thee into the hand of the P.
15. 14 the P. shouted against him: and the spL
15. 20 he judged Israel in the days of the P.
16. 5, iS the lords of the P. came up unto her
PHILISTINES 751 PHYGELLUS
Judgi6. 8 the lords of the P. brought up to her
16. 9, 12, :4,2osaid unto him, The P. (be) upon th.
16. 1 8 called for the lords of the P.. saying, Come
1 6. 21 the P. took him. and put out his eyes, and
16. 23 the lords of the 1 . gathered them together
16. 27 the lords of the I , (were) there ; and (t.)
16. 28 I may be at once avenged of the P. for my
16. 30 Samson said, Let me die with the P. And
i Sa. 4. i Israel went out against the P. to battle
4. i Ebenezer: aud the P. pitched in Apliek
4. 2 P. put themselves in array against Israel
4 2 Israel was smitten before the P. : and th.
4. 3 hath the LOKD smitten us. .before the P.?
4. 6 when the P. heard the noise of the shout
4. 7 the P. were afraid : for they said, God is
4 . 9 quit yourselves like men, () ye P. ! that ye
4. 10 the P. fought, and Israel was smitten, and
4. 17 Israel is fled before the P., and there
5. i, 2 the P. took the ark of God, and brought
5. 8 gathered all the lords of the P. unto them
5. n gathered together all the lords of the P.
6. i was in the country of the P. seven months
6. 2 P. called for the priests and the diviners
6. 4 (according to). . number of the lords of . . P.
6. 12 the lords of the P. went after them unto
6. 16 when the five lords of the P. had seen (it)
6. 17 the golden emerods which the P. returned
6. 18 citiesofthe P. (belonging) to theflve lords
6. 21 The P. have brought again the ark of the
7. 3 will deliver you out of the hand of the P.
7. 7 the P. heard that the children of Israel
7. 7 the lords of the P. went up against Israel
7. 7 when thechildrenof Israel heard (it.)they
7. 8 he will save us out of the hand of the P.
7. 10 the P. drew near to battle against Israel
7. 10 a great thunder on that day upon the P.
7. ii pursued the P., and smote them, until
7. 13 the P. were subdued, and they came no
7. 13 the hand of the LORD was against the P.
7. 14 the cities which the P. had taken from
7. 14 Israel deliver out of the hands of the P.
9. 16 save my people out of the hand of the P.
10. 5 the hill . . where (is) the garrison of the P.
12. 9 into the hand of the P., and into the hand
13. 3 garrison of the P. . .in Geba ; and the P. h.
13. 4 Saul had smitten a garrison of the P , and
13. 4 I. . .was had in abomination with the P.
13. 5 the P. gathered themselves together to
13. ii the P. gathered themselves together at
13. 12 P. will come down now upon me toGilgal
33. 16 but the P. encamped in Miehmash
13. 17 spoilers came out of the camp of the P.
13. 19 the P. said, Lest the Hebrews make (them)
13. 20 all the Israelites went down to the P., to
13. 23 And the garrison of the P. went out to the
14. i Come, and let us go over to the Ps. garr
14. 4 Jonathan sought to go over unto the Ps.
14. ii both, .discovered themselves unto, .the P.
14. n the P. said, Behold, the Hebrews come f.
14. 19 noise that (was) in the hostof the P. went
14. 2) Moreover the Hebrews, .were with the P.
14. 22 (when) they heard that the P. fled, even
14. 30 a much greater slaughter among the P.?
14. 31 they smote the P. that day from Michm
14. 36 Let us go down after the P. by night, and
14. 37 Shall I go down after the P.? wilt thou de
14. 46 Then Saul went up from following the P.
14. 46 and the P. went to their own place
14. 47 So Saul, .fought, .against the P. and
14. 52 there was sore war against the P. all the
17. i Now the P. gathered together their arm.
17. 2 and set the battle in array against the P.
17. 3 the P. stood on a mountain on the one s.
17. 4 there went out a champion, .of the P , n.
17. 8 (am) not I a P , and ye servants to Saul ?
17. 10 the P. said, I defy the armies of Israel
17. ii all Israel heard those words of the P.
17. 16 the P. drew near morning and evening, a.
17. 19 Saul, and they.. (were).. fighting with the P.
17. 21 Israel and the P. had put the battle in ar.
17. 23 there came up the champion the P. of G.
17. 23 Goliath, .out of the armies of the P., and
17. 26 be done to the man that killeth this P.
17. 26 for who (is) this uncircumcised P., that
17. 32 thy servant will go and fight with this P.
17. 33 Thou art not able to go against this P. to
17. 36 this uncircumcised P. shall be as one of
I7 . 37 will deliver me out of the hand of this P.
17. 40 in his hand : and he drew near to the P.
17. 41 the P. came on and drew near unto David
17. 42 when the P. looked about, and saw David
17. 43 the P. said unto David. . And the P. cursed
17. 44 the P. said to David, Come to me, and I
17. 45 Then said David to the P., Thou comest
17. 46 I will give the carcases of. .the P. . .unto
17. 48 it came to pass, when the P. arose, and
17. 48 D. . .ran toward the army to meet the P.
17. 49 David, .smote the P. in his forehead, that
17. 50 So David prevailed over the P. with a si.
17. 50 smote the P., and slew him ; but (there
17. 51 David ran, and stood upon the P., and to.
17. 51 when the P. saw their champion was de.
17. 52 men of Israel pursued the P., until tho.
17. 52 the wounded of the P. fell down by the
17. 53 Israel returned from chasing after the P.
17. 54 David took the head of the P., and brou.
17. 55 Saul saw David go forth against the P.
17. 57 returned from the slaughter of the P., A.
17. 57 before Saul, with the head of the P. in his
18. 6 returned from the slaughter of the P. , th.
1 8. 17 Saul said, .let the hand of the P. be upon
18. 21 that the hand of the P. may be against h.
1 Sa. 18. 25 desireth. .an hundred foreskins of the P.
1 8. 25 to make David fall by the hand of the P.
1 8. 27 David, .slew of the P. two hundred men
1 8. 30 Then the princes of the P. went forth : and
19. 5 For he., slew the P., and the LOBDwroug.
19. 8 David went out and fought with the P.
21. 9 The sword of Ooliath the P. . .(is here) w.
22. 10 he. .gave him the sword of Goliath the P.
23. i the P. tight against Keilah, and they rob
23. 2 saying. Shall 1 go aud smite these P.? And
23. 2 Go and smite the P., and save Keilah
23. 3 if we come, .against the armies of the P.?
23. 4 for I will deliver the P. into thine hand
23. 580 David aud his men., fought with the P.
23. 27 come ; for the P. have invaded the land
23. 28 Saul returned, .and went attainst the P.
24. i Saul was returned from following the P.
27. i speedily escape into the land of the P. : and
27. 7 when David dwelt in the country of the 1*.
27. ii while hedwelleth in the country of the P.
28. i the P. gathered their armies together for
28. 4 the P. gathered themselves together, and
28. 5 when Saul saw the host of the P., he was
28. 1 5 the P. make war against me, and God is
28. 19, 19 deliver Israel. .into the hand of the P.
29. i the P. gathered together all their armies
29. 2 lords of the P. passed on by hundreds and
29. 3 Then said the princes of the P., What (do)
29. 3 Achish said unto the princes of the P.
29. 4 the princes of the P. were wroth with him
29. 4 princes of the P. said unto him, Make th.
29. 7 that khou displease not the lords of the P.
29. 9 notwithstanding the princes of, the P. h.
29. 1 1 return into the land of the P. : and the P.
30. 16 they had taken out of the land of the P.
31. i Nowthe P. fought against Israel : and the
31. i fled froin before the P., and fell down si.
31. 2 the P. followed hard, .and the P. slew J.
31. 7 fled ; and the P. came and dwelt in them
31. 8 when the P. came to strip the slain, that
31. 9 sent into the laud of the P. round about
31. ii heard of that which the P. had done to
2 Sa. i. 20 lest the daughters of the P. rejoice, lest
3. 14 to me for an hundred foreskins of the P.
3. 18 people Israel out of the hand of the P.
5. 17 the P. heard that they had anointed Day.
5. 17 the P. came up to seek David ; and David
5. 18 The P. also came aud spread themselves
5. 19 Shall I go up to the P. ? wilt thou deliver
5. 19 doubtless deliver the P. into thine hand
5. 22 P. came up yet again, and spread thems.
5. 24 LORD go out. .to smite the host of the P.
5. 25 smote the P. from Geba until thou come
8. i David srnote the P., and subdued them
8. i Metheg-ammah out of the hand of the P.
8. 12 of the P., and of Amalek, aud of the spoil
19. 9 he delivered us out of the hand of the P.
21. 12 the P. had hanged them, when the P. had
21. 15 the P. had yet war again with Israel ; and
21. 15 David, .fought against the P. : and David
21. 17 smote the P., and killed him. Then the
21. 18, 19 was again a battle with the P. at Gob
23. 9 defied the P. (that) were there gathered
23. 10 smote the P., until his hand was weary.and
23. 1 1 the P were gathered together into a troop
23. ii and the people fled from the P.
23. 12 he stood, .and defended it, and slew the P.
23. 13 troop of the P. pitched in the valley of
23. 14 garrison of the P. (was) then (iu)Beth-le.
23 16 mighty men brake, .the host of the P.
1 Ki. 4. 21 from the river unto the land of the P.
15. 27 at Gibbethon, which (belonged) to the P.
16. 15 Gibbethon, which (belonged) to the P.
2 Ki. 8. 2 sojourned in the land of the P. seven ye.
8. 3 woman returned out of the land of the P.
18. 8 He smote the P., (even) unto Gaza, aud
1 Ch. i. 12 Casluhim, of whom came the P., and Cap.
10. i the P. fought against Israel ; and the in
10. i Israel fled from before the P., and fell
10. 2 the P. followed hard after Saul, and after
10. 2 P. slew Jonathan, and Abinadab, and M.
o. 7 and the P came and dwelt in them
o. S when the P came to strip the slain, that
o. 9 sent into the land of the P. round about
0. ii heard all that the P. had done to Saul
1. 13 the P. were gathered together to battle
i. 13 and the people fled from before the P.
i. 14 slewthe P. ; and the LORD saved (them) by
i. 15 the P. encamped in the valley of Rephaim
i. 16 the P s garrison (was) thenatBeth-lehem
1. 1 3 three brake through the host of the P.
2. 19 he came with the P. against Saul to battle
2. 19 the lords of the P. upon advisement sent
4. 8 the P. heard that David was anointed k.
4. 8 the P. went up to seek David : and David
4. 9 the P. came and spread themselves in the
4. 10 Shall I go up against the P.? andwiltthou
4. 13 the P. yet again spread themselves abroad
4. 15 God is gone. .to smite the host of the P.
4. 16 they smote the hostof the P. from Gibeon
8. i David smote the P., and subdued them
8. i and her towns out of the hand of the P.
8. IT the children of Ammon, and from the P.
o. 4 there arose war at Gezer with the P. ; at
o. 5 there was war again with the P. ; and E.
2 Ch. 9. 26 from the river even unto the land of the P.
17. ii the P. brought Jehoshaphat presents, and
21. 1 6 LORD stirred up. .the spirit of the P.
26. 6 warred against the P. , and brake down the
26. 6 built cities about Ashdod, and among. .P.
26. 7 GodhelpedhimagainsttheP., and against
28. 1 8 The P. also had invaded the cities of the
Isa.
Jer.
Psa. 56. title Michtam. .when the I , took him in O.
83. 7 Amalek ; the I , with the inhabitants of
2. 6 (are) soothsayers like the P., and they
9. 12 The Syrians before, anil the P. behind; and
ir. 14 they shall My ni)on the shoulders of the P.
25. 20 kings of the land of the P., and Aslikeloii
47. i word of the LORD, .carne. .against the P.
47. 4 the day that cometh to spoil all the P.
47. 4 the LORD will spoil the P., the renmantof
Eze. 16. 27 the daughter of the P., which are ashamed
16. 57 the daughters of the P., which despise
25. 15 P. have dealt by revenge, and have taken
25. 16 I will stretch out mine hand upon the P.
Amos i. 8 the remnant of the P. shall perish, saith
6. 2 go down to Gath of the P. : (be they) bet.
9. 7 P. from Caphtor, and the Syrians from K . .
Obad. 19 (they of) the plain the P. : and they shall
Zeph. 2. 5 the land of the P., I will even destroy tht j
Zech. 9. 6 and I will cut off the pride of the P.
PHI-LO-LO -GTJS, 4>(A.oA.o7os a lover of words.
A believer in Koine to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom. 16. 15 Salute P., and Julia, Nereus, and his sia.
PHILOSOPHER
A lover of wisdom, <f>i\6<roij>os philosojjhos.
Acts 17. 18 Then certain philosophers of the Epicur.
PHILOSOPHY
Love of wisdom, <pt\offo<f>ia philosophia.
Col. 2. 8 spoil you through philosophy and vain d.
PHI-NE -HAS, cm S oracle.
l.A son of Eleazar, one of Aaron s sons, who slew Zimri
and Cozbi. B.C. 1452.
Exod 6. 25 and she bare him P.: these (art) the heads
Nuni25. 7 when P. . . saw (it), he rose up from among
25. 1 1 P. . .hath turned my wrath away from the
31. 6 Moses sent them to the war. .them and P.
Josh. 22. 13, 31, 32 P. the son of Eleazar the priest
22. 30 when P. the priest, .heard the words that
24. 33 buried him in a hill (that pertained to) P.
Judg2o. 28 P.. .stood before it in those days, saying
i Ch. 6. 4 Eleazar begat P., P. begat Abishua
6. 50 Eleazar his son, P. his son, Abishua his
9. 20 P. . .was the ruler over them in time past
Ezra 7. 5 The sou of Abishua, the son of P., the son
8. 2 Of the sons of P. ; Gershom : of the sons of
Psa.io6. 30 Then stood up P., and executed judgment
2. Younger sou of Eli the priest and judge of Israel.
B.C. 1140.
i Sa. i . 3 the two sons of Eli, Hophni and P. . . (were)
2. 34 that shall come upon. .Hophni and P.; in
4. 4, i i and the two sons of Eli, Hophni and P.
4. 17 thy two sons also, Hophni and P., are d.
4. 19 Ps. wife, was with child, (near) to l>e de.
14. 3 P., the son of Eli, the LORD S priest in S.
3. Father of Eleazar, a priest who returned with Ezra.
B.C. 445.
Ezra 8. 33 and with him (was) Eleazar the son of P.
PHLE -GON, *Ae7&>i> burning.
A believer in Rome to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom. 16. 14 Salute Asyncritus, P., Hennas, Patrobas
PHRY -GIA,
An inland province of Asia Minor, having Bithynia and
Galatia on the N., Cappadocia and Lycaonia on the E.,
Lycia, Pisidia, and Isauria on the S., and Caria, Lydia,
and Mysia on the W. In early times it seems to have
included most of Asia Minor ; latterly it was divided
into Phrygia Major in the S., and Phrygia Minor on the
N W. The Romans divided it into three parts, Phrygia
Aalutarias on the E., Phrygia Pocatiana on the \V., and
Phrygia Katckekaumene in the middle. Its cities men
tioned in the New Testament are Laodicea, Hiorapolis,
and Colossae, also Antioch of Pisidia.
Acts 2. 10 P., and Pamphylia, in Egypt, and in the
16. 6 Now when they had gone throughout P.
18. 23 went over (all) the country of. .P. in or.
PHTJ -RAH, rns beauty.
A servant of Gideon who went down with him to visit
the host of Gideon. B.C. 1249.
Judg 7 10 "o thou with P. thy servant down to the
7. ii Then went he down with P. his servant
PHTJT, PTJT, &3 bow.
l.The third son of Ham. B.C. 2300.
Gen 10 6 Cush, and Mizraim, and P., and Canaan
i Ch. i. 8 sons of Ham ; Cush, aud Mizraim, P., and
2. His dwelling Lybia, AV. of Egypt
Eze. 27. 10 They of Persia and of Lud and of P. were
3 His descendants who hired themselves out as mer
cenary auxiliaries to the Tyrians, &c.
Nah. 3. 9 (it was) infinite ; P. and Lubim were thy
PHTJ -VAH, PU -A, PTJ -AH, -TS, nws utterance.
1. The second son of Issachar. B C. 1700.
Gen 46 M Tola, and P., and Job, and Shimron
Nuni26. 23 the Tolaites : of P., the family of the P.
1 Ch. 7. i Now . . sons of Issachar (were)Tola, and P.
9 Father of Tola of the tribe of Issachar, who judged
Israel after the death of Abimelech. B.C. 1240.
Judgio. i Tola the son of P., the son of Dodo, a m.
PHY-GELLTJS, #irve\Aos-
One who along with Hermogenes turned away from
Paul in Asia.
2 Ti. i. 15 of whom are P. and Hermogeues
PHYLACTERY 752 PILLAR
PHYLACTERY -
Phylactery, a guard, charm, tyvKattr-ripiov phulak.
Matt23. 5 they make broad their phylacteries, and
PHYSICIAN
l.To heal, repair, K?l rapha.
Gen. 50 2 commanded, .the physicians, .and the p.
2 Ch. 16. 12 nought not to the LORD, but to the phyg.
Job 13. 4 forgers of lies, ye (are) all physicians of
Jer. 8. 22 (is there) no physician there / why then
%.A healer, physician, larpos iatros.
Matt 9. 12 They that be whole need not a physician
Mark 2. 17 whole have no need of the physician, but
5. 26 suffered many things of many physicians
Luke 4. 23 say unto me this proverb, Physician, heal
5. 31 They that are whole need not a physician
8. 4) spent all her living upon phy. ; Col. 4. 14.
PIBESETH. Zee PHIBESETH
PICK out, to
To pick out, np} naqar.
Prov. 30. 17 the ravens of the valley shall pick it out
PICTURE
I. Imagery, imagination, n $V? maskith.
Nuni33. 52 destroy all their pictures, and destroy all
Prov.25. ii (is like) apples of gold in pictures of silver
^.Picture, object, n;3j? sekiyyah.
Isa. 2. 16 of Tarshish, and upon all pleasant pictu.
PIECE, (in pieces)
1. A separate piece, Vj? badal.
Amos 3. 12 two legs, or a piece of an ear ; so shall the
1.A separate piece, in| bether.
Gen. 15. 10 and laid each piece one against another
3. A part cut off, ija gezer.
Gen. 15. 17 lamp that passed between those pieces
4. A piece cut off, 03n haddam.
Dan. 2. 5 ye shall be cut in pieces, and your houses
3. 29 shall be cut in pieces, and their houses
5.A circular cake, 15? kikkar.
Prov. 6. 26 (a man is brought) to a piece of bread, and
Jer. 37. 21 they should give him daily a piece of br.
6.^4 measured thing, rnp middah.
Neh. 3. 1 1 repaired the other piece, and the tower
3. 19 another piece over against the going up
3. 20 Baruch. .earnestly repaired the other pi.
3. 21 another piece, from the door of the house
3. 24 another piece, from the house of Azariah
3. 27 Tekoites repaired another piece, over ag.
3. 30 repaired Hananiah. .another piece. After
7.A part cut off, an} nethach.
Exod29. 17 thou shall cut the ram in pieces, and w.
29. 17 put (them) unto his pieces, and unto his
Lev. i. 6 he shall flay, .and cut it into his pieces
i. 12 he shall cut it into his pieces, with his h.
8. 20 cut the ram into pieces . .and the pieces
9. 13 they presented . . the pieces thereof, and
Judgig. 29 divided her. .into twelve pieces, and sent
Eze. 24. 4 Gather the pieces., every good piece, the
24. 6 bring it out piece by piece ; let no lot fall
8.A slice, n"r9 pelach.
Judg. 9. 53 a certain woman cast a piece of a mill stone
1 Sa. 30. 12 they gave him a piece of a cake of figs, and
2 Sa. ii. 21 did not a woman cast a piece of a mill st.
Job 41. 24 yea, as hard as a piece of the nether (mi.)
Song 4. 3 like a piece of a pomegranate within thy
6. 7 As a piece of a pomegranate (are) thy te.
9. .4 morsel, r\9 path.
Lev. 2. 6 Thou shalt part it in pieces, and pour oil
6. 21 the baken pieces of the meat offering shalt
i Sa. 2. 36 Put me. .that I may eat a piece of bread
Prov 28. 21 for a piece of bread (that) man will trail.
10.^4 morsel, nin9 pethoth.
Eze. 13. 19 for handfuls of barley and for pieces of b.
\\.Rent pieces, rags, D SH? qeraim.
1 Ki.n. 30 Ahijah caught, .and rent it (in) twelve p.
ii. 31 Take thee ten pieces; for thus saith the
2 Ki. 2. 12 he took hold, .and rent them in two pieces
12. -4 pitce of silver, |T rats.
Psa. 68. 30 (till every one) submit himself with pieces
13. To be cut, oTy sarat.
Zech 12. 3 all that burden .shall be cut in pieces, th.
14. A patch, piece put upon another, tiri&\rin.a..
Matt. 9. 16 No man putteth a piece of new cloth unto
Mark 2. 21 No man also seweth a piece of new cloth
Luke 5. 36 No man [putteth a piece of a newgarmentj
5. 36 [piece] that was (taken) out of the new ag.
15. Part, fifpos meros.
Luke .-4. 42 they gave him a piece of a broiled fish, and
[See also Beaten out, money, silver, whole.]
PIECE (of flesh), good
A good gift or present, "i^yx eshpar.
2 Sa. 6. 19 to every one . .a good piece (of flesh), and
1 Ch.i6. 3 a good piece of flesh, and a flagon (of w.)
PIECE (of ground or land)
A portion, ,ij}S" chelqah.
3 Sa. 23. 1 1 where was a piece of ground full of lent.
2 Ki. 3. 19 mar every good piece of land with stones
3. 25 on every good piece of land cast,Amos 4. 7
Afield, ayp6t ayros, Luke 14. 1 8.
PIECE (of silver)
1..1 wage of silver,
P
(a5 rry^x [agorah],
1 Sa. 2. 36 for a piece of silver and a morsel of bread
4 drachma, denarius, penny, opaxi*-f) drachme.
Luke is- 8 having ten pieces of silver, .lose one p.
15. 9 for I have found the piece which I had 1.
PIECE that filled up
Fulne.ss, Jilting up, irArjpoffia pleroma.
Mark j. 21 new piece that tilled it up taketli away f.
PIECES
[See iiuken, beat, beaten, break, broken, chop, cut, cut
in, dash, dashed, dasheth, hew, hew in, pull, pull in,
rend in, rent in, shake, silver, strong, tear in, torn in. ]
PIECES, to break in
To beat or dash in pieces, f S) naphats, 3.
Jer. 51. 20, 21, 21, 22, 22, 22, 23, 23 will I break in p.
51. 23 I will also break in pieces with thee the
PIECES, cut in
To cut se!f of, SiO mill, 7a.
Psa. 58. 7 he bendeth. .let them be as cut in pieces
PIERCE (through), to
1. As a lion, 18? ka-ari [A.V. as if from rnj karah~\.
Psa. 22. 16 they pierced my hands and my feet
2. To pierce through, ip n daqar.
Zech 12. 10 shall look upon me whom they have pier.
3. To smite, dash, jTi,p
macfuits.
Num24. 8 and pierce (them) through with his arrows
Judg. 5. 26 when she had pierced and stricken thro.
4. To pierce, 3j3j naqab.
2 Ki. 1 3. 21 it will go into his hand, and pierce it : so
Job 40. 24 hiseyes;(his)nosepierceththroughsnares
Isa. 36. 6 it will go into his hand, and pierce it: so
o.To come or go through, Siep^o/uai dierchomai.
Luke 2. 35 a sword shall pierce through thy own soul
6. To arrive or come through,$i iKv(o/j.ai diikneomai.
Heb. 4. 12 piercing even to the dividing asunder of
7 .To pierce or stab through, ^KKevrfu ekkenteii.
John 19. 37 They shall look on him whom they pierced
Rev. i . 7 he cometh . . and they (also) which pierced
S.To stab, pierce, vvrrta nutto. vixrcrea nussd.
Johnig. 34 one of the soldiers with a spear pierced
9. To pierce all around, irtpnrtipu peripeiro.
i Ti. 6. 10 pierced themselves through with many s.
PIERCED, to be
To pick out, pierce, npj naqar, 3.
Job 30. 17 My bones are pierced in me in the night
PIERCING
I. Fleeing, rH5 bariach.
Isa. 27. i shall punish leviathan the piercing serp.
2.Piercings, niijjirj madqaroth.
Prov 12. 18 There is that speaketh like the piercings
PIETY [See Shoiv.}
PIGEON, (young)
I.A young bird, "?tu gozal.
Gen. 15. 9 Take me an heifer, .and a young pigeon
2.^4 dove, njv yonah.
Lev. i. 14 offering of turtle doves, or of young pig.
5. 7 he shall bring, .two young pigeons, unto
5. 1 1 not able to bring . . two young pigeons
12. 6 she shall bring . . a young pigeon, or a tu.
12. 8 shall bring two turtles, or two young pi.
14. 22 two young pigeons, such as he is able to
14. 30 or of the young pigeons, such as he can
15. 1 4 shall take to him. .two young pigeons, and
15. 29 she shall take unto her. .two young pige.
Num. 6. 10 he shall bring, .two young pigeons, to the
3. A dore, pigeon, irfpicrrtpa. peristera.
Luke 2. 24 A pair of turtle doves, or two young pig.
PI HA-HI -ROTH, rh nn %s the place of meadows.
A place on the west side of Heroopolis (the west gulf
of Red Sea), at its N. end.
Exodi4. 2 Speak, .that, .turn and encamp before P.
14. 9 overtook them encamping, .beside P., b.
Nuni33. 7 And they, .turned again unto P., which
33. 8 departed from before P., and passed thr.
PILATE, ILA.OTOJ.
The surname of the fifth Roman procurator of Judea,
A.D. 26-36, who after vainly attempting to set Jesus free,
gave him up to be crucified ; being accused, he was re
called by Tiberius, banished by Caligula to Vienna in
Gaul, where he died A.D. 41.
Matt27. 2 and delivered him to Pontius P. the gov.
27. 13 Then said P. unto him, Hearest thou not
27-17 P. said unto them, Whom will ye that I
27. 22 P. saith unto them, What shall I do then
27. 24 When P. saw that he could prevail noth.
27. 58 He went to P., and begged the body of Je.
27. 58 Then P. commanded the body to be deli.
27. 62 chief priests and Pharisees came . . unto P.
27. 65 P. said unto them, Ye have a watch : go
is. i carried (him), -and delivered (him) to P.
15. 2 P. asked him, Art thou the king of the J.?
15. 4 P. asked him again, saying, Answerest
15. 5 Jesus yet answered nothing ; so that P.
15. 9 But P. answered them, saying, Will ye th.
15. 12 P. answered and said again unto them
15. 14 Then P. said unto them, Why, what evil
15. 15 P. . .released Barabbas unto them, and de.
Markis. 43 Joseph .. came, and went in boldly untoP
15. 44 P. marvelled if he were already dead: and
Luke 3. i Pontius P. being governor of Judea, and
13. i whose blood P. had mingled with their
23. i the whole multitude.. led him untn p.
23. 3 P. asked him, saying. Art thou the king
23. 4 Then said P. to the chief priests and (to)
23. 6 When P. heard of Galilee, he asked whe.
23. ii set him at nought, .and sent him...to P.
23. 12 P. and Herod were made friends together
23. 13 P. . .called together the chief priests and
23. 20 P. therefore, willing to release Jesus, gp.
23. 24 P. gave sentence that it should be as they
23. 52 This (man) went unto P., and begged the
John 1 8. 29 P. then went out uuto them, and said W.
1 8. 31 Then said I , unto them, Take ye him, and
18. 33 Then P. entered into the judgment hall
18. 35 P. answered, Am la Jew?. . what hast thou
18. 37 P. therefore said unto him, Art thou a ki.
18. 38 P. saith unto him, What is truth? And
19. i Then P. therefore took Jesus, and scourged
19. 4 P. therefore went forth again, and saith
19. 6 P. saith unto them, Take ye him, and cr.
19. 8, 13 When P. therefore heard that saying
19. 10 Then saith P. unto him, Speakest thou u.
19. 12 And from thenceforth P. sought to release
19. 15 P. gaith unto them, Shall I crucify your
19. 19 P. wrote a title, and put (it) on the cross
19. 21 Then said the chief priests, .to P., Write
19. 22 P. answered, What I have written I have
19. 31 The Jews. .besoughtP. that their legs mi.
19. 38 Joseph, .besought P. . .and P. gave (him)
Acts 3. 13 ye. .denied him in the presence of P., when,
4. 27 Pontius P., with the Gentiles, .were gath.
13. 28 yet desired they P. that he should be si.
i Ti. 6. 13 who before Pontius P. witnessed a good
PIL -DASH, en>9 flame offire.
Sixth son of Nahor, Abraham s brother. B.C. 1860.
Gen. 22. 22 Chesed, and Hazo, and P., and Jidlaph
PILE (for fire)
A pile, dwelling, rnnp medurah.
Isa. 30. 33 the pile thereof (is) fire and much wood
Eze. 24. 9 I will even make the pile for fire great
PIL-E -HA, KH^? ivorship.
A person or family who, with Nehemiah, sealedthe cove
nant. B.C. 445.
Neh. 10. 24 Hallohesh, P., Shobek
PILGRIMAGE
Sojourn, sojourning, 1U magur.
Gen. 47. 9 days of the years of my pilgrimage (are)
47. 9 my fathers in the days of their pilgrimage
Exod. 6. 4 land of their pilgrimage, wherein they
Psa. 1 19. 54 been my songs in the house of my pilgri.
PILGRIM
A sojourner, ira.ptiriSrifj.os parepidemos.
Heb. ii. 13 they were strangers and pilgrims pntha
1 Pe. 2. ii I beseech (you) as strangers and pilgrims
PILL, to
To peel, hx$ patsal, 3.
Gen. 30. 37 pilled white strakes in them, and made
30. 38 set the rods which he had pilled before
PILLAR
I. Pillars, ni:pK omenoth.
2 Ki.iS. 16 pillars which Hezekiah king of Judahhad
I.Support, iy?9 misad.
1 Ki.io. 12 pillars for the house of the LORD, and for
S.Athingset up, astandingpillar, n$jf5 matstsebalt.
Gen. 28. 18 set it up (for) a pillar, and poured oil upon
28. 22 this stone, which I have set (for) a pillar
31. 13 where thou anointedst the pillar, (and)
31. 45 Jacob took a stone, and set it up (for) a p.
31.51 Behold this heap, and behold (this) pillar
31. 52 (this) pillar be witness, that I will not p.
31. 52 shalt not pass over this heap and this pU.
35. 14 set up a pillar, .(even) a pillar of stone
35. 20 Jacob set a pillar, .that (is) the pillar of
Exod24. 4 builded. .twelve pillars, according to the
Deuti2. 3 break their pillars, and burn their groves
2 Sa. 18. 18 Now Absalom, .reared up forhimselfap.
18. 18 called the pillar afterhis own name : and
Isa. 19. 19 a pillar at the border thereof to the LORD
\.Any thing fixed, a fixture, p*s!p matsuq.
i Sa. 2. 8 for the pillars of the earth (are) the LORD S
5. To be set up, 3*j natsab, 6.
Judg. 9. 6 by the plain of the pillar that (was) in S.
G...4 ny thing set up, a monument, i~f) netsib.
Gen. 19. 26 looked back, .and she became a pillar of
7. A pillar, column, iioy ammud.
Exodi3- 21 before them by day in a pillar of a cloud
13. 21 by night in a pillar of fire, to give them
13. 22 the pillar of the cloud by day, nor the pi.
14. 19 the pillar of the cloud went from before
14. 24 through the pillarof fire and of the cloud
26. 32 four pillars of shittim (wood) overlaid
26. 37 shalt make, .five pillars (of) shittim (wo.)
o twenty pillars thereof, and their twenty
o, ii hooks of the pillars and their fillets
1 twenty pillars and their twenty sockets
2 And. .their pillars ten, and their sockets
4, 15 pillars three, and their sockets three
6 their pillars (shall be) four, and their so.
7 All the pillars round about the court (sh.)
33. 9 the cloudy pillar descended, and stood
PILLOW 753 PIT
}. 10 all the people saw the cloudy pillac stand
35. ii his boards, his bars, his pillars, and his s.
35. 17 his pillars, and their sockets, and the ha.
36. 36 he made thereunto four pillars (of) shittim
36. 38 Aud the five pillars of it with their hooks
38. 10 Their pillars (were) twenty, and their br.
38. 10, n, 12, 17 the hooks of the pillars and
38. ii their pillars (were) twenty, and their soc.
38. 12 their pillars ten, and their sockets ten
38. 14, 15 pillars three, and their sockets three
38. 17 sockets for the pillars, .hooks of the pill.
38. 17 pillars of the court (were) filleted with s.
38. 19 their pillars(were) four, and their sockets
38. 28 he made hooks for the pillars, and overl.
30. 33 his bars, and his pillars, and his sockets
39. 40 his pillars, and his sockets, and the han.
40. 18 put in the bars, .and reared up his pillars
Num. 3. 36 the pillars thereof, and the sockets ther.
3. 37 the pillars of the court round about, and
4. 31 and the pillars thereof, and the sockets
4. 32 the pillars of the court round about, and
12. 5 LORD came down in the pillar of the cloud
14. 14 in a pillar of a cloud, and in a pillaroi tire
Deu*3 1 . 1 5 in a pillar of a cloud : and the pillar of the
Judgi6. 25 they called and. .set him between the p.
16. 26 that I may feel the pillars whereupon the
16. 29 middle pillars upon which the house stood
20. 40 to arise up out of the city with a pillar of
i Ki. 7. 2 pillars, with cedar beams upon the pillars
7. 3 that (lay) on forty five pillars, fifteen (in) a
7. 6 And he made a porch of pillars, the length
7. 6 the (other) pillars and the thick beam (w.)
7. 15 For he cast two pillars of brass, of eighteen
7. 1 6 chapiters, .to set upon the tops of the pi.
7.17, 19, 41, 41, chapiters .. upon the top of .. p.
7. 18 he made the pillars, and two rows round
7. 20 the chapiters upon the two pillars (had
7. 21 the pillars, .the right pillar, .the left pil.
7. 22 top of the pillars, .the work of the pillars
7. 41 The two pillars, and the (two) bowls of the
7. 41 top of the two pillars, .top of the pillars
7. 42 the chapiters that (were) upon the pillars
t Ki.n. 14 the king stood by a pillar, as the manner
23. 3 the king stood by a pillar, and made a
25. 13 the pillars of brass, .in the house of the L.
25. 16 The two pillars, one sea, and the bases w.
25. 17 The height of the. .pillar (was) eighteen
25. 17 like unto these had the second pillar with
i Ch.iS. 8 and the pillars, and the vessels of brass
3 Ch. 3. 15 two pillars of thirty and five cubits high
3.16 put(them) on the heads of the pillars ; and
3. 17 he reared up the pillar before the temple
4. 12 the two pillars, and the pommels, and the
4. 12 top of the two pillars, .the top of the pil.
4. 13 the chapters which (were) upon the pillars
23. 13 king stood at his pillar at the entering in
Neh. 9. 12 a cloudy pillar ; and in the night by a pi.
9. 19 the pillar of the cloud, .the pillar of fire
Esth. i . 6 fastened to silver rings and pillars of
Job 9 6 shaketh the earth., and the pillars thereof
26. ii The pillars of heaven tremble and are af.
Psa 75. 3 earth . . I bear up the pillars of it. Selah
99. 7 He spake unto them in the cloudy pillar
Prov. 9. i Wisdom . .hath hewn out her seven pillars
Song 3. 10 H e made the pillars thereof (of) silver, the
5. 15 His legs (are as) pillars of marble set upon
Jer i. 18 an iron pillar, and brasen walls against
27. 19 concerning the pillars, and concerning the
52. 17 the pillars of brass that (were) in the ho.
52. 20 The two pillars, one sea. and twelve ora.
52. 21 the pillars, the height of one pillar (was)
52. 22 the second pillar also and the pomegran
Eze. 40. 49 pillars by the posts, one on this side, and
42. 6 had not pillars as the pillarsof therourts
8.Pahn trees, pillars, nnD n timeroth.
Song 3. 6 this that cometh out.. like pillars of sm.
Joel 2. 30 wonders, .blood, and tire, and pillars of
9. A pillar, column, anv\os stulos.
Gal. 2. 9 Cephas, and John, who seemed to be pil.
i Ti. 3. 15 God. the pillar and ground of the truth
Rev. 3. 12 I make a pillar in the temple of my God
10. i as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars
PILLOW
1.A mattress, i 3? kebir.
i Sa. 19. 13, 16 a pillow of goats" (hair) for his bolster
^.Pillows, ninps kesathoth.
Eze. 13. 18 that sew pillows to all arm holes, and m.
13. 20 I (am) against your pillows, wherewith ye
3. Bolster, pillow, nrT? me,raashoth.
Gen. 28. ii put (the rii for) his pillows, and lay down
28. 18 the stone that he had put (for) his pillows
4. A pilloiv, stern, irpocrKt(t>d\aioi> proskephalaion
Mark 4 . 38 was in the hinder part, .asleep on apillow
PILOT
A pilot, Van chobel.
Eze. 27. 8 thy wise (men)., in thee, were thy pilots
27. 27 thy pilots, thy calkers, and the occupiers
27. 28 shake at the sound of the cry of thy pilots
27. 29 all the pilots of the sea, shall come down
PLL -TAI, a pe Jah causes to escape.
A priest in Jerusalem in the days of Joiakim, grandson
ofJozadak. B.C. 600.
Neh. 12. 17 Zlchri; of Miniamin, of Moadiah, P.
PIN
A pin, nail, in; yathed.
Exod27- 19 all the pins thereof, and all the pinsofthe
35. 18 The pins of the tabernacle, and the pins
Exod33. 20 all the pins of the tabernacle, and of the
38. 31 pins of the tabernacle, and all the pins of
39. 40 his pins, and all the vessels of the service
Num. 3. 37 their sockets, and their pins, and their c.
4. 32 their pins, and their cords, with all their
Judgi6. 14 she fastened (it) with the pin, and said uuto
16. 14 went away with the pin of the beam and
Eze. 15. 3 will (men) take a pin of it to hang any
PINE (tree)
1. Pine, elm, plane or fir, irnn tidhar,
Isa. 41. 19 (and) the pine, and the box tree together
60. 13 the pine tree, and the box together, to be.
2. A tree of oil, very fruitful, ]i^ fy ets shemen.
Neh. 8. 15 pine branches, and myrtle branches, and
PINE away, to
1. To flow away, 3 t tub.
Lam. 4. 9 these pine away, stricken through for (wa.
2. To become wasted or consumed away, p(7? maqaq, 2.
Lev. 26. 39 they that are left of you shall pine away
26. 39 and also, .shall they pine away with them
Eze. 24. 23 ye shall pine away for your iniquities, and
33. 10 sins (be) upon us, and we pine away inth.
3. To dry up, wither, fapaivw xeraino.
Mark 9. 18 gnashed with his teeth, and pineth away
PINING sickness
Weakness, heaviness, nVn dallah.
Isa. 38. 12 he will cut me off with pining sickness
PINNACLE
A little wing, -nrtpvyiov pterugion.
Matt. 4. 5 andsettethhimonapinnacleofthetemple
Luke 4. 9 set him on a pinnacle of the temple, and
PI -NON, ji 9 ore pit,
A duke of Edom of the family of Esau. B.C. 1470.
Gen. 36. 41 Duke Aholibamah, duke Elah, duke P.
i Ch. i. 52 Duke Aholibamah, duke Elah, duke P.
PIPE
l.A pipe or flute, V Vn chalil.
i Sa. 10. 5 tabret, and a pipe,and a harp, before them
i Ki. i. 40 the people piped with pipes, and rejoiced
Isa. 5. 12 the tabret and pipe, and wine, are in their
30. 29 when one goeth with a pipe to come into
Jer. 48. 36 mine heart shall sound for Moab like pi.
48. 36 mine heart shall sound like pipes for the
2.A pipe, a casting, njWD mutseqeth.
Zech. 4. 2 seven pipes to theseven lamps, which(are)
Z.A bezal for precious stones, 3j3i neqeb.
Eze. 28. 13 workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy p.
4. Pipes, tubes, rini?)$ tsantaroth.
Zech. 4. 12 which through the two golden pipes em.
5.A pipe or flute, av\6s aulos.
i Co. 1 4. 7 whether pipe or harp, except they give a
PIPE, to
\.Topipe, tyn chalal, 3.
i Ki. i. 40 the people piped with pipes, and rejoiced
2. To play on a pipe or flute, av\t<a ault<~>.
Mattn. 17 We have piped unto you, and ye have not
Luke 7. 32 We have piped unto you, and ye have not
1 Co. 14. 7 shall it be known what is piped or harped?
PIPER
One that plays on a pipe or flute, avXy-TfaauUt
Rev. 18. 22 musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters
PIR -AM, DN~!5 wild, roving.
A king of the Amorites or Canaauites who dwelt at
Jarmuth and was slain by Joshua. B.C. 1451.
Josh. 10. 3 Adoni-zedek. .sent, .unto P. king of Jar.
PIR-A -THON, \w>r*i$ peak, top.
An elevation in the hill of the Amalekites in Ephraim,
where Abdou the son of Hillel was buried, after judging
Israel eight years ; now Ferata.
Judgi2. 15 And Abdon.. was buried in P. in the land
PrRATHONITE, rnjp?, ;njn9.
An inhabitant of the preceding place.
Judgi2. 13, 15 Abdon the son of Hillel the P.
2 Sa. 23. 30 Benaiah the P., Hiddai of the brooks of
i Ch. ii. 31 Ithai the son of Ribai. .Benaiah the P.
27. 14 The eleventh (captain. .was)Benaiah the P.
PIS -GAH, naps peak, point.
That ridge of the mountains of Abarim, of which Nebo
is the highest point, in the kingdom of Sihon which he
had taken from Moab.
Num2i. 20 from Banioth (in) the valley, .to. .top of P.
23. 14 he brought him. .to the top of P., and b.
Deut. 3. 27 Get thee up into the top of P., and lift up
4. 49 sea of the plain, under the springs of P.
34. i Moses went up., to the top of P., that (is)
PI-SI-DfA, TliffiSia.
A province forming part of the great table laud in Asia
Minor, having Pamphylia on the S., Phrygia on the N.;
its chief city was Antioch, a Roman colony.
Acts 13. 14 they came to Antioch in P., and went into
14. 24 after they had passed throughout P., they
PI -SON, p 9 freely flowing.
One of the four rivers of Eden, supposed to have been
the Phasis, i.e. Araxes; the Besynga, the Indus, the
Ganges, the Hypharis, the Nile or the Goshay.
Gen. 2. ii The name of the first (is) P. : that (is) it
PIS -PAH, .1999 expansion.
An Asherite, a son of Jether. B.C. 1500.
1 Ch. 7. 38 Andthesousof Jether; Jephunneh.andP.
PISS
I. Urine, DTP shenim. (older reading of No. 2).
2 Ki.iS. 27 they may. .drink their own piss with you
Isa. 36. 12 they may . .drink their own piss with you
2. Water of the feet, urine, D ^n S me raylayim.
2 Ki.iS. 27 they may. . drink their own piss with your
Isa. 36. 12 they may., drink their own piss with you?
PISS, to
To make water, ]n? shat/ian, 5.
i Sa. 25. 23, 34 any that pisseth against the wall
1 Ki.i4. 10 cut off. .him thatpisseth against the wall
1 6. ii he left him not one that pisseth against a
21. 2t cut off.. him that pisseth against the wall
2 Ki. 9. 8 cut off. .him that pisseth against the wall
PIT
l.A pit or well, 1x3 beer.
Gen. 14. 10 the vale of Siddim (was full of) slime piw
Psa. 55. 23 bring them down into the pit of destruc.
69. 15 and let not the pit shut her mouth upon
Prov 23. 27 and a strange woman (is) a narrow pit
2. A pit or well, ii3 bor.
Gen. 37. 20 let us slay him, and cast, .into some pit
37. 22 cast him into this pit that (is) in the will.
37. 24 cast him into a pit : and the pit (was) em.
37. 28 lifted up Joseph out of the pit, and sold
37. 29 Reuben returned into the pit ; and, beh.
37. 29 Joseph (was) not in the pit ; and he rent
Exod2i. 33 open a pit, or if a man shall dig a pit
21. 34 The owner of the pit shall make (it)good
Lev. ii. 36 a fountain or pit, (wherein there is) plen.
1 Sa. 13. 6 in rocks, and in high places, and in pits
2 Sa. 23. 20 slew a lion in the midst of a pit in time
2 Ki. to. 14 slew them at the pit of the shearing hou.
1 Ch.n. 22 and slew a lion in a pit in a snowy day
Psa. 7. 15 He made a pit, and digged it, and is fall.
28. i I become like them that go. .into the pit
30. 3 that I should not go down to the pit
40. 2 brought me up also out of an horrible pit
88. 4 counted with them that go. .into the pit
88. 6 Thou hast laid me in the lowest pit, ind.
143. 7 like unto them that go down into the pit
Prov. i. 12 whole, as those that go down into the pit
28. 17 man that doeth violence, .flee to the pit
Isa. 14. 15 be brought, .to hell, to the sides of the pit
14. 19 that go down to the stones of the pit ; as
24. 22 (as) prisoners are gathered in the pit, and
38. iSthey that go down into the pit cannot hope
51. i the hole of the pit (whence) ye are digged
Jer. 41. 7 into the midst of the pit, he, and the men
41. 9 the pit wherein Ishmael had cast all the
Eze. 26. 20 down with, them that descend into the pit
26. 20 with them that go down to the pit, that
31. 14 delivered, .with them that go. .to the pit
31. 16 with them that descend into the pit: and
32. 18, 24,25, 29, 30 them that go down to the pit
32. 23 Whose graves are set in the sides of thep
Zech. 9. ii sent, .out of the pit wherein (is) no water
3.A ditch, marshy place, 33 geb.
Jer. 14. 3 they came to the pits, (and) found no w
4.A ditch, marshy place, N33 gebe.
Isa. 30. 14 or to take water (withal) out of the pit
5. A pit, f? gummats.
Eccl.io. 8 He that diggeth a pit shall fall into it
6. Opening, hole, nn$ pachath.
2 Sa. 17. 9 he is hid now in some pit, or in some(o.)
18. 17 cast him into a great pit in the wood, and
Isa. 24. 17 the pit, and the snare, (are) upon thee, O
24. 18 he who fleeth.. shall fall into the pit ; and
24. 18 that cometh up out of the midst of the pit
Jer. 48. 43 the pit, and the snare, (shall be) upon thee
48. 44 He that fleeth. .shall fall into the pit ; and
48. 44 he that getteth up out of the pit shall be
7. Under world, hades, Vms* sheol.
Kumi6. 30 and they go down quick into the pit;then
16. 33 went down alive into the pit, and the ea.
Job 17. 16 They shall go down to the bars of the pit
8.^1 pit, corruption, rime* shuchah.
Prov 22. 14 The mouth of strange women (is) a deep p.
Jer 2. 6 led. .through a land of deserts and of pits
18. 20 for they have digged a pit for my soul
18. 22 they have digged a pit to take me, and hid
9. A pit, corruption, TWTV shechuth.
Prov 28. 10 he shall fall himself into hisowu pit : but
IO.A pit, corruption, rrn?> shechith.
Lam. 4. 20 the anointed, .was taken in their pits, of
11.^-1 pit, corruption, rtnp shochath.
Job 33. 18 He keepeth back his soul from the pit, and
33. 24 Deliver him from going down to the pit ; I
33. 28 deliver his soul from going into the pit,and
33. 30 bring back his soul from the pit, to be en.
Psa. 9. 15 heathen are sunk down in the pit (that)
30. 9 What profit, .when I go down to the pit?
35. 7 they hid for me their net (in) a pit, (which)
94. 13 rest, .until the pit be digged for the wic.
Prov 26. 27 Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein ; and
Isa. 38. 17 thou hast, .(delivered it) from the pit of c.
51. 14 that he should not die in the pit, nor that
Eze. 19. 4, 8 he was taken hi their pit
28. 8 They shall bring thee down to the pit. and
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PITCH 754 PLACE
12. A pit, corruption, rayy skichah.
Psa. 57. 6 they have digged a pit before me, into thi
ng. 8s The proud have digged pits for me, whirli
Jer. 18. 22 for they have digged a pit to take me, and
eep place, 060vvos bothunos.
Matt 1 2. 1 1 if it fall into a pit on the sabbath day, will
14.^4 pit, dungenn, <pptap phrear.
Luke 14. 5 shall have an ass or an ox fallen into a pit
.Rev. ). i was given the key of the bottomless pit
a. 2 [opened the bottomless pit] . .out of the p.
9 . 2 darkened by reason of the smoke of the pit
PITCH
I. Pitch, nsj zepheth.
Exod. 2. 3 daubed it with slime and with pitch, and
Tun ,4. Q streams thereof shall be turned into pitch
34. 9 land thereof shall become burning pitch
2.Cypres8,+ ~i$3 koplier.
Gen. 6. 14 shall pitch it within and without with p.
PITCH, be pitched, to
1.7*0 sink down, encamp, n;n chanah.
Exod 1 7. i pitched in Kephidim : and (there was) no
19. 2 had pitched in the wilderness: and there
Num. i. 51 when the tabernacle is to be pitched, the
i. 52 the children of Israel shall pitch their te.
1. 53 Levites shall pitch round about the tube.
2. 2 shall pitch . . far off . . shall they pitch
2. 3 shall they . . of the camp of Judah pitch
2. 5 those that do pitch next unto him (shall
2. 12 those which pitch by him (shall be) the t.
2. 34 so they pitched by their standards, and
3. 23 shall pitch behind the tabernacle westw.
3. 29, 35 shall pitch on the side of the tabern.
9. 18 at the commandment of the LORD they p.
12. 16 and pitched in the wilderness of Parau
21. 10 children of Israel set forward, and pitched
21. ii pitched at Ije-abarim, in the wilderness
21. 12 removed, and pitched in the valley of Z.
21. 13 removed, and pitched on the other side
22. i pitched in the plains of Moab on this side
33. 5 removed from Kameses, and pitched iu S.
33. 6 pitched in Etham, which (is) in the edge
33. 7 turned, .and they pitched before Migdol
33. 8 went three day s journey, .pitched in M.
33. 9 and came unto Elim. .and they pitched
33. 15 they departed from Rephidim, and pitc.
33. 16 removed, .and pitched at Kibroth-hatta.
33. 18 they departed from Hazeroth, and pitched
33. 19 departed from Rithmah, and pitched at R.
33. 20 departed fromRimmon-parez.and pitched
33. 21 removed from Libnah, and pitched at R.
33. 22 journeyed from Rissah, and pitched in K.
33. 23 went from Kehelathah, and pitched in m.
33. 25 they removed from Haradah, and pitched
33. 27 departed from Tahath, and pitched at T.
33. 28 removed from Tarah, and pitched in M.
33. 29 went from Mithcah, and pitched in Hash.
33. 31 departed from Moseroth . . pitched in Be.
33- 33 went from Hor-hagidgad. .pitched in Jo.
33. 36 pitched in the wilderness of Zin, which
33. 37 pitched in mount Hor, in the edge of the
33. 41 departed from mount Hor, and pitched
33. 42 departed from Zalmonah . . pitched iu P.
33. 43 departed from Punon, and pitched in O.
33. 44 departed from Oboth, and pitched in Ij.
33. 45 departed from lim, and pitched in Dibon.
33. 47 pitched in the mountains of Abarim, be.
33. 48 pitched in the plains of Moab, by Jordan
33. 49 pitched by Jordan, from Beth-jesimoth
Josh. 8. ii pitched on the north side of Ai: now(th.
ii. 5 pitched together at the waters of Merom
Judg 6. 33 went over, and pitched in the valley of J.
7. i pitched beside tne well of Harod : so that
ii. 1 8 pitched on the other side of Arnon, but
1 1. 20 pitched in Jahaz, and fought against Isr.
15. 9 pitched in Judah, and spread themselves
18. 12 and pitched in Kirjath-jearim, in Judah
1 Sa. 4. i Now Israel, .pitched beside Eben-ezer
4. i and the Philistines pitched in Aphek
13. 5 pitched in Michmash, eastward from Bet.
17. i pitched between Shochoh and Azekah, in
17. 2 pitched by the valley of Elan, and set the
26. 3 Saul pitched in the hill of Hachilah, wh.
26. 5 came to the place where Saul had pitched
26. 5 and the people pitched round about him
28. 4 came and pitched in Shunem . . and they
29. i pitched by a fountain which (is) in Jezreel
2 Sa. 17. 26 and Absalom pitched in the land of Gil.
23. 13 troop of the Philistines pitched in the v.
24. 5 passed over Jordan, and pitched in Aroer
: Ki. 20. 27 pitched before them like two little flocks
20. 29 they pitched one over against the other s.
2 Ki.25. i pitched against it; and they built forts
1 Ch.i9. 7 king, .who came and pitched before Mede.
Jer. 52. 4 pitched against it, and built fortsagainst
2.7"o cover, 159 kaphar.
Gen. 6. 14 and shalt pitch it within and without with
3. To incline, npj natah.
Gen. 12. 8 pitched his tent, (having) Bethel on the w.
26.25 pilched his tent there : and there Isaac s s.
Exod33. 7 pitched it without the camp, afar off from
Judg 4. ii pitched his tent unto the plain of Zaanaim
2 Sa. 6. 17 tabernacle that David had pitched for it
i Ch. 1 5. j prepared a place . . and pitched for it a te .
16. i midst of the tent that David had pitched
a Ch. i. 4 for he had pitched a tent for it at Jerus.
4.7*0 cause to stand, raise up, D p qum, 5.
Josh. 4. jo twelve stones, .did Joshua pitch in Gilgal
5.7*0 strike, fix, yj3 taqa.
Gen. 31. 25 Jacob had pitched.. his brethren pitched
Jer. 6. 3 they shall pitch (their) tents against her
t i. 7*n /"in together, u,nite,jix, pitch a tent, irVj-yyti/xi.
Heb. S. 2 tabernacle, which the Lord pitched, and
PITCH a tent, to
1.7*0 mace one s tent, SHK ahal.
Gen. 13. 12 and Lot .. pitched (his) tenttoward Sodom
2. To move one s tent, "TDK ahal, 3.
Isa. 13. 20 neither shall the Arabians pitch tent th.
8.!To encamp, sink down, rt}n chunah.
Gen. 26. 17 and pitched his tent in the valley of Gerar
33. 18 Jacob, .pitched his tent before the city
Num 9. 17 the children of Israel pitched their tents
Deut. i. 33 search you out a place to pitch your tents
PITCHER
1. A pitcher, 13 kad.
Gen. 24. 14 Let down thy pitcher, I pray thee, that I
24. 15 Rebekah came out., with her pitcher upon
24. 16 went down to the well, and tilled her pi.
24. 17 Let me. .drink a little water of thy pitch.
24. 1 8 let down her pitcher upon her hand, and
24. 20 and emptied her pitcher into the trough
24. 43 Give me. .a little water of thy pitcher to
24. 45 Rebekah came forth with her pitcher on
24. 46 made haste, and let down her pitcher fr.
Judg. 7. 16 empty pitchers, and lamps within the pi.
7. 19, 20 blew the the trumpets, and brake the p.
Eccl.i2. 6 or the pitcher be broken at the fountain
2.A bottle, flagon, *?3:, *?2J nebel.
Lam. 4. 2 how are they esteemed as earthen pitch.
3.^4 clay or earthen pitcher, Ktpa.fj.iov keramion.
Marki4. 13 meet you a man bearing a pitcher of wa.
Luke 22. 10 man meet you, bearing a pitcher of water
PI -THOM, ch? narrow pass.
A city in Lower Egypt, in Goshen, E. of the Nile,
twenty four miles from Heroopolis; a city in Upper
Egypt, three days journey from Cairo, (called also
Fayyu in), has the same name.
Exod. i. ii they built for Pharaoh treasure cities, P.
PI -THON, prv? harmless.
A son of Micah, grandson of Jonathan son of Saul. B.C.
1000.
i Ch. 8. 35 the sons of Michah (were) P., and Melech
9. 41 the sons of Micah (were) P., and Melech
PITIED, to be
Mercies, bowels, D orrn rachamim.
Psa.io6. 46 He made them also to be pitied of all th.
PITIFUL, (very)
1. Merciful, JCrn rachmani.
Lam. 4. 10 The hands of the pitiful women have so.
2. Tender hearted, compassionate, etio-xhayxvos.
1 Pe. 3. 8 love as brethren, (be; pitiful, (be) court.
3. Very tender hearted, orcompa. -iro\v<rir\ayxvos-
Jas. 5. ii the Lord is [very pitiful], aud of tender
PITY
l.Pity, n^on chemlah.
Isa. 63. Q in his love and in his pity he redeemed
2.Loving kindness, ion chesed.
Job 6. 14 To him that is afflicted pity (should be s.)
3. Mercies, bowels, D crn rachamim.
Amos i. ii did cast off all pity, and his anger did t.
PITY (on or upon), to have or take
1.7*0 spare, pity, Din chus.
Deut. 7. 16 thine eye shall have no pity upon them
13. 8 neither shall thine eye pity him, neither
19. 13 Thine eye shall not pity him : but thou
19. 21 thine eye shall not pity. .life, .for life, e.
25. 12 cut off her hand, thine eye shall not pity
Eze. 16. 5 None eye pitied thte, to do any of these
Jon. 4. 10 Thou hast had pity on the gourd, for the
2. 7*o have pity, spare, *?r?n chamal.
2 Sa. 12. 6 restore the lamb .. because he had no pity
Jer. 13. 14 I will not pity, nor spare, nor have mercy
15. 5 who shall have pity upon thee, O Jerus.?
21. 7 shall not spare them, neither have pity
Lam. 2. 2 Lord . .hath not pitied : he hath thrown
2. 17 hath thrown down, and hath not pitied
2. 21 thou hast slain (them, .and) not pitied
3. 43 thou hast slain, thou hast not pitied
Eze. 5. ii eye spare, neither will I have any pity
7. 4 neither will I have pity : but I will
7. 9 shall not spare, neither will I have pity
8. 1 8 shall not spare, neither will I have pity
9. 5 let not your eye spare, neither have ye p.
9. 10 shall not spare, neither will I have pity
36. 21 But I had pity for mine holy name, which
Joel 2. 1 8 Then will the LORD be jealous, .and pity
Zech.ii. 5 and their own shepherds pity them not
n. 6 For I will no more pity the inhabitants
3.7V be gracious, |jn chanan.
Job 19. 21 Have pity upon me, have pity upon me
Prov 19. j 7 He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth
28. 8 he shall gather it for him that will pity
4. Pity, object of pity, *?!pri5 machinal.
Eie. 24. 21 that which your soul pitieth ; and your
5.7*o move, bcininin, TJ nud.
1 sa. 69. 20 and I looked (for some) to take pity, but
6. To love, pit if, crn rachain, 3.
Psa.io3. 13 father pitieth (his) children, (so)the LORD
Isa. 13. 1 8 shall have nopity on the fruit of the womb
7. To be kind, tender, t\ftta eleeo.
.Mutt 1 8. 33 compassion, .even as I had pity on thee?
PLACE
1. A place, Tnt< athar.
Ezra 5. 15 let the house of God be builded in his pi.
6. 3 place where they offered sacritices, and
6. 5 vessels . . be restored . . (every one) to his p.
6. 7 Jews, build this house of God in his place
Dan. 2. 35 no place was found for them : and the st.
2.A house, n 2 bayith.
Exod25. 27 shall the rings be for places of the staves
26. 29 make their rings (of) gold (for) places for
30. 4 they shall be for places for the staves to
36. 34 made their rings (of) gold (to be) places
37. 14 the places for the staves to bear the talil
37. 27 to be places for the staves to bear it with
38. 5 the grate of brass, (to be) places for the
2 Sa. 15. 17 and tarried in a place that was far on*
i Ch.28. 1 1 thereof, and of the place of the mercy seal
Neh. 2. 3 place of my fathers sepulchres, (lieth) wa.
Esth. 7. 8 returned, .into the place of the banquet
Job 8. 17 wrapped about, .(and) seetli the place of
Prov. 8. 2 She standeth. .in the places of the paths
Eze. 41. 9 place of the side chambers that (were) w.
46. 24 These (are) the places of them that boil
3. Border, n^af gebulah.
Isa. 28. 25 appointed barley, and the rye, in their p.?
4. Hand, T yad.
Num. 2. 17 every man in his place by their standards
Deut. 2. 37 unto any place of the river Jabbok, nor
23. 12 Thou shalt have a place also without the
1 Sa. 15. 12 he set him up a place, aud is gone about
2 Sa. 1 8. 1 8 it is called unto this day, Absalom s place
Psa. 141. 6 their judges are overthrown in stony pla.
Isa. 56. 5 within my walls a place and a name better
Jer. 6. 3 they shall feed every one in his place
Eze. 21. 19 choose thou a place, choose (it) at the he.
5.7"o sit down or still, 25?; yashab.
2 Sa. 23. 7 utterly burned with fire in the. .place
6. Station, base, j3 ken.
Gen. 40. 13 restore thee unto thy place : and thou sh.
7. A base, freed place, JirfJ makon.
Exodis. 17 the place. . thou hast made fortheeto dw.
1 Ki. 8. 13 a settled place for thee to abide in for ever
8. 39, 43 hear thou in heaven thy dwelling pi.
8. 49 hear, .in heaven thy dwelling place, and
2 Ch. 6. 2 an house, .and a place for thy dwelling
6. 30 hear thou from heaven thy dwelling pla.
6. 33 hear thou . . from thy dwelling place, and
6. 39 hear thou . . from thy dwelling place, their
Ezra 2. 68 for the house of God to set it up in his p.
Psa. 33. 14 From the place of his habitation he look.
Dan. 8. 1 1 the place of his sanctuary was cast down
8. Hesitation, njiyzp meonah.
Job 37. 8 go into dens, and remain in their places
9. Station, standing, ivl".? inaamad.
2 Ch.35- 15 singers.. (were)intheirplace,accordingto
10..4 place of standing, mpy maqom.
Gen. i. 9 waters, .be gathered together unto one p.
12. 6 passed through the land unto the place of
13. 3 unto the place where his tent had been at
13. 4 Uuto the place of the altar, which he bad
13. 14 look from the place where thou art north.
18. 24 not spare the place for the fifty righteous
1 8. 26 then I will spare all the place for their s.
1 8. 33 and Abraham returned unto his place
19. 12 whatsoever. .bring(them)outofthis place
19. 1 3 For we will destroy this place, because the
19. 14 said, Up, get you out of thisplace ; forthe
19. 27 to the place where he stood before the L.
20. ii Surely the fear of God (is) not iu this pi.
20. 13 at everyplace whither we shall come, say
21. 31 Wherefore he called that place Beer-sheba
22. 3 went unto the place of which God had t.
22. 4 lifted up his eyes, and saw the place afar
22. 9 came to the place which God had toldhim
22. 14 Abraham called the name of that place J.
26. 7 the men of the place asked (him) of his
26. 7 men of the place should kill me for Reb.
28. 1 1 lighted upon a certain place, and tarried
28. ii and he took of the stones of that ] ilace, and
28. ii pillows, and lay down in that place to si.
28. 1 6 Surely the LORD is in this place ; and I k.
28. 17 afraid, and said, How dreadful (is) this p.!
28. 19 he called the name of that place Beth-U
29. 3 again upon the well s mouth in his place
29. 22 gathered together all the men of the place
30. 25 I may go unto mine own place, and to my
31. 55 Laban departed, and returned unto his p.
32. 2 he called the name of that place Mahau.
32. 30 Jacob called the name of the place 1 eniel
33. 17 therefore the n&me of the place is called
35. 7 built there an altar, and called the place
35. 13 God went up from him in the place where
35. 14 set up a pillar in the place where he tal.
35. 15 Jacob called the name of the place where
36. 40 after their places, by their names ; duke
38. 21 Then he asked the men of that place, say.
38. 22 also the men of the place said, (that) there
39. 20 a place where the king s prisoners (were)
PLACE 755 PLACE
Gen. 40. 3 prison, the place where Joseph (was) ho.
Exod. 3. 5 place whereon thou stnndest (is) holy gr.
3. 8 place of the Canaanites, and the Hittitcs
1 6. 29 let no man go out of his place on the sev.
17. 7 he called the name of the place Massah
18. 23 all. .shall also go to their place in peace
20. 24 In all places where I record my name I
21. 13 appoint thee a place whither he shall flee
23. 20 thee into the place which I have prepared
->g. 31 shalt. .seethe his flesh in the holy place
33. 21 (there is) aplace by me, and thou shalt s.
Lev, i. :6 on the east part, by the place of the ashes
4. 12 without the camp unto a clean place,wh.
4. 24, 33 in the place where they kill the burnt
4. 29 and slay . . in the place of the burnt offer.
6. 1 1 carry . . without the camp unto a clean p.
6. 16 shall it be eaten in the holy place ; in the
6. 25 In the place where the burnt offering is
6. 26 in the holy place shall it be eaten, in the
6. 27 whereon it was sprinkled in the holy pla.
7. 2 In the place where they kill the burnt of.
7. 6 it shall be eaten in the holy place : it (is)
10. 13 ye shall eat it in the holy place, because
10. 14 wave breast . . shall ye eat in a clean place
10. 17 not eaten the sin offering in the holy pla.
13. 19 in the place of the boil there be a white r.
14. 13 in the place where he shall kill the sin
14. 13 and the burnt offering, in the holy place
14. 28 place of the blood of the trespass offering
14. 40 cast them into an uuclean place without
14. 41 off without the city into an uuclean place
14. 45 forth out of the city into an unclean place
16. 24 wash his flesh with water in. .holy place
24. 9 they shall eat it in the holy place : for it
Num. 9. 17 in the place where the cloud abode, there
10. 29 We are journeying unto the place of whi.
11. 3, 34 And he called the name of the place
13. 24 The place was called the brook Eshcol, b.
14. 40 the place which the LORD hath promised
18. 31 ye shall eat it in every place, ye and your
19. 9 lay . .up without the camp in a clean pla.
20. 5 in unto this evil place? it (is) no place of
31. 3 he called the name of the place Hormah
22. 26 stood in a narrow place, where (was) no
23. 13 Come, I pray, .with me unto another pla.
23. 27 Come.I. . will bringthee unto anotherpla.
34. 1 1 flee thou to thy place : I thought to prom.
34. 25 returned to his place : and Balak also w.
32. i behold, the place (was) a place for cattle
32. 17 until we have brought them unto their p.
Deut. i. 31 that ye went, until ye came into this place
i. 33 to search you out a place to pitch your ten.
9. 7 until ye came unto this place, ye have been
ii. 5 what he did. .until ye came into this pla.
11. 24 Every place whereon the soles of your fe.
12. 2 the places wh.rein the nations which ye
12. 3 and destroy the names . . out of that place
12. 5 the place which the LORD your God shall
12. ii thereshall be aplace which the LORD your
12. 13 offer not thy burnt offerings in every pi.
12. 14 in the place which the LORD shall choose
12. 18 in theplace which the LORD thy God shall
12. 21 place which the LORD thy Godjhath chosen
12. 26 unto the place which the LORD shall cho.
14. 23 the place which he shall choose to place
14. 24 if the place be too far from thee, which
14. 25 place which the LORD thyGod shall choose
15. 20 in the place which the LORD shall choose
16. 2 the place which the LORD shall choose to
16. 6, 7, n, 15, in the place which the LORD thy
16. 16 in the place which he shall choose ; in the
17. 8 place which the LORD thy God shall choose
17. 10 of that place which the LORD shall choose
18. 6 unto the place which the LORD shall cho.
21. 19 his city, and unto the gate of his place
23. 1 6 that place which he shall choose in one
26. 2 the place which the LORD thy God shall
26. 9 he hath brought us into this place, and
29. 7 when ye came unto this place, Sihon the
31. ii in the place which he shall choose, thou
Josh. i. 3 Every place that the sole of your foot sh.
3. 3 ye shall remove from your place, and go
4. 1 8 waters of Jordan returned unto their pi.
5. 9 the place is called Gilgal unto this day
5.15 the place whereon thou standest (is) holy
7. 26 that place was called. The valley of Achor
8. 19 ambush arose quickly out of their place
9. 27 even, .in the place which he should choose
20. 4 give him a place, that he may dwell am.
Judg. 2. 5 they called the name of that place Bochim
7. 7 let all . . people go every man unto his pla.
9. 55 they departed every man unto his place
ii. 19 Let us. .through thy land into my place
15. 17 that he. .called that place Ramath-lehi
1 8. 10 a plac where (there is) no want of any
18. 12 they called that place Mahaneh-dan unto
19. 13 let us draw near to one of these places to
19. 16 but the men of the place (were) Benjami.
19. 28 man rose up, and gat him unto his place
20. 22 in the place where they put themselves
20. 33 men of Israel rose up out of their place
20. 33 liers in wait. .came, .out of their places
20. 36 men of Israel gave place to the Benjamites
Ruth i . 7 went forth out of the place where she w.
3. 4 shalt mark the place where he shall lie
4. 10 brethren, and from the gate of his place
i Sa. 3. 2 Eli (was) laid down in his place, and his
3. 9 So Samuel went and lay down in his place
5. 3 took Dagon, and set him in his place ag.
5. ii let it go again to his own place, that it
6. 2 us wherewith we shall send it to his place
7. 16 and judged Israel in all those places
i Sa. 9.
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22 the chiefest place among them that were
8 the LORD . . made them dwell in this place
46 the Philistines went to their own place
19 the place where thou didst hide thyself
25 by Saul s side, and David s place was em.
27 David s place was empty : and Saul said
37 the place of the arrow which Jonathan
2 appointed . . servants to such and such u p.
22 see his place where his haunt is, (and) w.
28 they called that plac Sela-hammahlekoth
5 came to the place where Saul had pitched
5 David beheld the place where Saul lay, and
25 David went . . and Saul returned to his p.
5 give, .a place in some town in the count.
4 he may go again to his place which thou
31 the places where David himself and his
1 6 that place was called Helkath-hazzurim
23 as many as came to the place where Asa.
20 called the name of that place Haal-pera.
8 called the name of the place Perez-uz.
17 set it in his place, in the midst of the ta.
10 will appoint a place for my people Israel
16 a place where he knew that valiant men
19 return to thy place, and abide with the
21 in what place my lord the king shall be
9 he is hid now in some pit, or in some. .p.
12 in some place where he shall be found
39 Barzillai. .returned unto his own place
. 28 unto the place where (the officers) were
9 unto the place that thou shalt appoint
6 the ark of the covenant . . unto his place
7 (their) two wings over the place of the,
21 And I have set there a place for the ark
29 the place of which thou hast said, My na.
29 thy servant shall make toward this place
30 when they shall pray toward this place
30 hear thou in heaven thy dweling place
35 if they pray toward this place, and confe.
19 on either side on the place of the seat
8 eat bread nor drink water in this place
16 nor drink water with thee in this place
22 the place of the which (the LORD) did say
24 Take the kings . . every man out of his pi.
19 the place where dogs licked the blood of
11 strike his hand over the place, and recover
1 the place where we dwell with thee is too
2 let us make us a place there, where we m.
6 he showed him the place. And he cut
8 In such and such a place (shall be) my ca.
9 Beware that thou pass not such a place
10 the place which the man of God told him
25 Am I now come up. .against this place to
16 will bring evil upon this place, and upon
17 wrath shall be kindled against this place
19 I spake against this place, and against
20 the evil which I will bring upon this pla.
14 filled their places with the bones of men
11 that place is called Perez-uzza to this day
11 called the name of that place Baal-peraz.
i prepared a place for the ark of God, and
3 unto his place which he had prepared for
27 strength and gladness (are) in his place
9 will ordain a place for my people Israel
22 Grant me the place of (this) threshing fl.
25 So David gave to Oman for the place six
i in the place that David had prepared in
7 in the ark of the covenant . . unto his place
8 spread forth (their) wings over the place
20 the place whereof thou hast said that thou
20 which thy servant prayeth toward this p.
21 place : hear thou from thy dwelling place
26 if they pray toward this place, and confess
40 unto the prayer (that is made) in this pi.
12 have chosen this place to myself for an
15 unto the prayer (that is made) in this pi.
18 stays on each side of the sitting place
26 the same place was called, The valley of
1 1 took it, and carried it to his place again
19 and the places wherein he built, .and set
24 will bring evil upon this place, and upon
25 wrath shall be poured out upon this place
27 thou heardest his words against this place
28 the evil that I will bring upon this place
4 remaineth in any place where he sojourn.
4 the men of his place help him with silver
17 unto Iddp the chief at the place Casiphia
17 the Nethinims, at the place Casiphia, that
8 to give us a nail in his holy place, that our
9 the place that I have chosen to set my
14 (there was) no place for the beast (that
12 From all places whence ye shall return u.
13 in the lower places behind the wall, (and)
20 In what place(therefore)yehearthe sound
27 sought the Levites out of all their places
14 arise to the Jews from another place ; but
1 1 they came every one from his own place
17 hot, they are consumed out of their place
10 neither shall his place know him anymore
18 If he destroy him from his place, then (it)
6 Which shaketh the earth out of her place
18 and the rock is removed out of his place
1 8 O earth, cover not. .let my cry have no p.
4 shall the rock be removed out of his place 1
21 this (is), .place (of him that) knoweth not
9 neither shall his place any more behold
21 and as a storm hurleth him out of his p.
23 clap, .and shall hiss him out of his place
i and a place for gold (where) they flue (it)
6 The stones of it (are) the place of sapph.
12, 20 where (is) the place of understanding ?
23 God understandeth . . he knoweththe place
i trembleth, and is moved out of his place
Job 38. 12 caused the day spring to know his place
38. 19 (for) darkness, where(is) the place thereof
Psa. 24. 3 and who shall stand in his holy place?
26. 8 and the place where thine honour dwell.
37. 10 thou shalt diligently consider nig place
44. 19 thou hast sore broken us in the place of
103. 16 the place thereof shall know it no more
103. 22 his works in all places of his dominion
104. 8 place which thou hast founded for them
132. 5 rntil I find out a place for the LORD, an
Prov 15. 3 The eyes of the LORD (are) in every place
25. 6 and stand not in the place of great (men)
27. 8 so (is) a man that wandereth from his pi.
Eccl. i. 5 and hasteth to his place where he arose
i. 7 unto the place from whence the rivers c.
3. 16 I saw under the sun the place of judgment
3. 16 and the place of righteousness, (that)ini.
3. 20 All go unto one place ; all are of the dust
6. 6 seen no good : do not all go to one place?
8. 10 gone from theplace of the holy, and they
10. 4 leave not thy place; foryieldini? pacifleth
3 in the place where the tree falleth, there
8 till (there be) no place, that they may be
23 every place shall be, where there were a
13 the earth shall remove out of her place
2 bring them to their place : and the house
7 to the place of the name of the LORD of
23 will fasten him (as) a nail in a sure place
25 the nail that is fastened in the sure place
21 LORD cometh out of his place to punish
8 full of vomit, .(so that there is) no place
21 us a place of broad rivers (and) streams
19 not spoken in secret, in a dark place of
7 and set him in his place, and he standeth
20 shall say . . The place (is) too strait for me
2 Enlarge the place of thy tent, and let them
13 to beautify the place ofmy sanctuary ; and
13 I will make the place of my feet glorious
1 house . . and where (is) the place of my r.?
7 he is gone forth from his place to make
3 and I will cause you to dwell in this place
6 and shed not innocent blood in this place
7 Then will I cause you to dwell in this pi.
12 go ye. .unto my place which (was) in Shi.
14 the place which I gave to you and to your
20 fury shall be poured out upon this place
32 shall bury in Tophet, till there be no place
3 the places whither I have driven them
7 took the girdle from the place where I
13 will give you assured peace in this place
2 neither, .sons or daughters in this place
3 the daughters that are born in this place
9 I will cause to cease out of this place in
1 2 high throne. .(is) the place of our sanctuary
3 I will bringeviluponthisplace, the which
4 have estranged this place, and have burnt
4 have filled this place with the blood of
6 this place shall no more be called Tophet
7 will make void the counsel . . in this place
1 1 in Tophet, till (there be) no place to bury
12 Thus will I do unto this place, saith the
13 shall be defiled as the place of Tophet
3 neither shed innocent blood in this place
1 1 Shallum . . which went forth out of this p.
12 place whither they have led him captive
5 whom I have sent out of this place into
9 in all places whither I shall drive them
22 bring them . . and restore them to this p.
3 will I bring again into this place all the
3 king of Babylon took away from this place
4 I will bring again to this place Jeconiah
6 away captive, from Babylon into this place
10 in causing you to return to this place
14 from all the places whither I have driven
14 I will bring you again into the place wh.
37 I will bring them again unto this place
10 there shall be heard in this place, which
12 this place, which is desolate without man
2 hath pronounced this evil upon this place
12 all the Jews returned out of all places w.
1 8 saith the LORD, .ye shall see this place no
22 the place whither ye desire to go (and) to
29 I will punish you in this place, that ye
5 a prey in all places whither thou goest
62 thou hast spoken against this place, to
12 Blessed (be), .glory of the LORD from hisp.
23 place where they did offer sweet savour
1 1 the place whither the head looked they
3 remove from thy place to another place
16 the place (where) the king (dwelleth) that
30 in the place where thou wast created, in
12 will deliver them out of all places where
15 come from thy place out of the north pa.
1 1 a place there of graves in Israel, the val.
ii and the breadth of theplace that was left
13 the trespass offering; for the place (is) h.
7 the place of my throne, and the place of
4 it shall be a place for their houses, and
19 there (was) a place on the two sides wes.
20 This (is) the place where the priests shall
Hos. i. 10 in the place where it was said unto them
5. 15 I will go (and) return to my place, till th.
Joel 3. 7 of the place whither ye have sold them
Amos 4. 6 and want of bread in all your places : yet
8. 3 (shall be) many dead bodies in every pi.
Mic. i. 3 the LORD cometh forth out of his place
Xah. i. 8 will make an utter end of the place ther.
3.17 their place is not known where they (are)
Zeph. i. 4 cut. .the remnant of Baal from this place
2. ii every one from his place, (even) all the
Hag. 2. 9 in this place will I give peace, saith the
Zech 14. 10 gate unto the place of the first gate, uuto
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PLACE 756 PLAGUED
Mai. i. ii in every place incense (shall be) ottered
1 1 . Standing, station, place, iV o>ned.
3 Ch.3o. 16 they stood in their place after their outn.
34. 31 the king stood in his place, aud made a
35. 10 the priest stood in their place, and the
Neh. 8. 7 law : and the people (stood) in their place
9. 3 they stood up in their place, and read in
13. ii I gathered, .and set them in their place
12. See Open.
Gen. 38. 14 sat in an open place, which (is) by the w.
13. Under, beneath, nnn tachath.
Lev. 14. 42 and put (them) in the place of thos ato.
II. Hole, openiny, oirl\ ope.
Jas. 3. ii a fountain send forth at the same place
15. Passage, paragraph, irp(ox^ )>erioche.
Acts 8. 32 The place of the Scripture which he read
16. Place, TOKOS topos.
Matt 12. 43 he walketh through dry places, seeking
14. 13 departed thence by ship into a desert pi.
14. 15 This is a desert place, and the time is now
f4. 35 the men of that place had knowledge of
24. 7 pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers p.
24. 15 the abomination, .stand in the holy pl:i> v
a6. 52 Put up again thy sword into his place :for
27. 33 when they were come unto a place called
27. 33 Golgotha, that is to say, A place of a sk.
28. 6 Come, see the place where the Lord lay-
Mark i. 35 departed into a solitary place, and there
i. 45 the city, but was without in desert places
6. 31 Come, .yourselves apart into a desert pi.
6. 32 they departed into a desert place by ship
6. 35 This is a desert place, and now the time
13. 8 there shall be earthquakes in divers pla.
15. 22 they bring him unto the place Golgotha
15. 22 which is, being interpreted, The place of
16. 6 Jesus, .behold the place where they laid
Luke 4. 17 he found the place where it was written
4. 37 into every place of the country round ab.
4. 42 he departed and went into a desert place
9. 10 [desert place belonging to the city called]
9. 12 victuals: for we are here in a desert place
10. i into every city and place, whither he him.
10. 32 when he was at the place, came and look.
11. i as he was praying in a certain place, when
ii. 24 walketh through dry places, seeking rest
14. 9 say to thee, Give this man place ; and thou
16. 28 lest they also come into this place of tor.
19. 5 when Jesus came to the place, he looked
3i. ii great earthquakes shall be in divers plac.
22. 40 when he was at the place, he said unto
23 33 come to the place which is called Calvary
John 4. 20 Jerusalem is the place where men ought
> 13 away, a multitude being in (that) place
6. 10 there was much grass in the place. So
6. 23 nigh unto the place where they did eat
10. 40 into the place where John at flrst baptiz.
11. 6 abode, .still in the same place where he
ii. 30 was in that place where Martha met him
11. 48 and take away both our place and nation
14. 2 mansions. .1 goto prepare a place for you
14. 3 if I go and prepare a place for you, I will
1 8. 2 Judas. . which betrayed him, knew the p.
19. 13 in a place that is called the Pavement, but
19. 17 And he. .went forth into a place called
19. 20 the place where Jesus was crucified was
19. 41 in the place where he was crucified there
20. 7 but wrapped together in a place by itself
Acts i. 25 fell, that he might go to his own place
4. 31 place was shaken where they were assem.
6. 13 blasphemous words against this holy place
6. 14 Jesus of Nazareth shall destroy this place
7. 7 come forth, and serve me in this place
7. 33 place where thou staudest is holy ground
7. 49 what house .. what (is)the place of my re.?
12. 17 he departed, and went into another place
21. 28 the people, and the law, and this place
21. 28 and further, .hath polluted this holy place
27. 8 a place which is called the Fair Havens
27. 41 falling into a place where two seas met
Rom. 9. 26 in the place where it was said unto them
12. 19 give place unto wrath : for it is written
15. 23 having no more place in these parts, and
1 Co. i. 2 with all that in every place call upon the
2 Co. 2. 14 savour of his knowledge by us in every pi.
Eph. 4. 27 Neither give place to the devil
1 Th. i. 8 in every place your faith to God ward is
Heb. 8. 7 then should no place have been sought
11. 8 place which he should after receive for
12. 17 he found no place of repentance, though
2 Pe. i. 19 unto a light that shineth in a dark place
Her. 2. 5 will remove thy candlestick out of his pi.
6. 14 mountain and island, .moved out of. .pi.
12. 6 where she hath a place prepared of God
12. 8 neither was their place found any more
12. 14 into her place, where she is nourished for
16. 16 into a place called in the Hebrew tongue
20. 1 1 and there was found no place for them
17. A little place, spot, \iapiov chOrion.
Matt 26. 36 with them unto a place called Gethsemane
M -irk 14. 32 came to a place which was named Geths.
[See also Another, appointed, besieged, broad, burying,
certain, chiefest, close, couching, crooked, dark, de
cayed, deep, desolate, dry, dwelling, eminent, empty,
even, every, feeding, from, fruitful, give, good, hearing,
hilling, high, higher, hollow, holy, in, inhabited, large,
lie iluwn, lodge, lodging, low, lurking, market, miry,
ordered, pass, pleasant, profane, refuge, rest, resting,
secret, separate, settled, slippery, solitary, steep, stood,
strong, this, threshing, void, waste, what, yonder.]
PLACE, (give or have\ to
1. To cause to rsst, set down, n J nuar.h, 5.
2 Ch. i. 14 which he placed in the chariot cities, and
4. 8 and placed (them) in the temple, five on
Eze. 37. 14 I shall place you in your own land : then
2. To cause to sit cknon, 3p; yashab, 5.
Gen. 47. ii Joseph placed his father and his brethren
2 Ki.i7- 6 placed them in Huluh and in Habor (by)
17 24 and placed (them)in the cities <>f tamana
17. 26 removed, and placed in the cities of Sam.
Hos. n. ii I will place them in their houses, saith the
3. To take, rtp laqach.
Eze. 17. 5 he placed (it) by great waters, (and) set
4. To put dovni, place, nnj nechath, 5.
Ezra 6. 5 be restored .. and place (them) in the ho.
5. To give, jpj nathan.
2 Ch.i7. 2 he placed forces in all the fenced cities
Isa. 46. 13 will place salvation in Xioii, for Israel
Eze. 37.26! will place them, and multiply them, aud
Dan. ii. 31 they shall place the abomination that
6. To cause to stand, 113% amatl, 5.
1 Ki. 12. 32 he placed in Beth-el the priests of the
7. To put, place, Q p, DIP sum, aim.
ExodiS. 21 place (such) over them, (to l>e) rulers of
Jer. 5. 22 which have placed the sand (for) the bo.
3. To tabernacle, cause to settle down, \3f shaken, 3.
Deut 14. 23 he shall choose to place his name there
16. 2 LORD shall choose to place his name there
16. 6 thy God shall choose to place his name
1 6. ii God hath chosen to place his name there
26. 2 God shall choose to place his name there
Psa. 78. 60 Shiloh, the tent (which) he placed among
9. To tabernacle, cause to settle down, }yy shaken, 5.
Gen. 3. 24 he placed at the east of the garden of E.
10. To give place, withdraw, avaxuptca anachoreo.
Matt. 9. 24 Give place ; for the maid is not dead, but
11. To have place for, \<ap(<a
chores.
John 8. 37 to kill me, because my word hath no pi.
PLACE, to bring again to one s
To cause to sit down, 35"; yashab, 5.
Zech 10. 6 and I will bring them again to place them
PLACE, (dwelling)
.1 tent, SIN ohel.
Job 21. 28 where (are), .dwelling places of the wic.?
PLACE, in or to this or of that, where two ways meet
\.0-ne residing in a place, Ivroirios entopios.
Acts 21. 12 they of that place, besought him not to
2. Here, in this place, a>5 h~>de.
Matt 12. 6 in this place is (one) greater than the te.
Luke23. 5 beginning from Galilee to this place
PLACE, where one is, same
Cnder, beneath, nnn tachath.
2 Sa. 2. 23 he fell down, .and died in the same place
Jer. 38. 9 to die for hunger in the place where he is
PLACES, in all
Everywhere, in every place, tra.vTa.xov pantachon.
Acts 24. 3 We accept (it) always, and in all places
PLACED, to be
1. To be caused to sit down, "Sjp", yashab, 6.
Isa. 5. 8 they may be placed alone in the midst of
2. To put, place, D ir, ov sum, sim.
Job 20. 4 of old, since man was placed upon earth
PLACES
[See also Boiling, desolate, drawing water, highest,
latest, parched, rough, round, steep, walk.]
PLACES about
Round about, 3 3!y sabib.
Jer. 1 7 . 26 they shall come .. from the places about J .
PLAGUE
"[.Pestilence, 131 deber.
Hos. 13. 14 O cfeath, I will be thy plagues; O grave, I
2. Plague, smittiny, .1535 maggephah.
Exod 9. 14 I will at this time send all my plagues upon
Numi4. 37 Even those men. .died by the plague bef.
16. 48 stood between the dead, .the plague was
1 6. 49 they that died in the ptegue were fourteen
16. 50 Aaron returned . . and the plague was sta.
25. 8 plague was stayed from the children of I.
25. 9 those that died in the plague were twenty
25. 1 8 which was slain in the day of the plague
26. i came to pass after the plague, that the L.
31. 16 there was a plague among the congrega.
1 Sa. 6. 4 for one plague (was) on you all, and on yo.
2 Sa. 24. 21 the plague may be stayed from the people
24. 25 and the plague was stayed from Israel
1 Ch.2i. 22 the plague may be stayed from the people
2 Ch.2i. 14 with a great plague will the LORD smite
;
Psa.io6. 29 they provoked, .and the plague brake in ;
106. 30 executed judgment : and (so) the plague
Zech. 14. 12 this shall be the plague wherewith the L.
14. 15 And so shall be the plague, .as this plague
14. 18 there shall be the plague wherewith the ,
3. A smiting. .195 makkah.
Lev. 26. 21 I will bring seven times more plagues upon !
Niinni. 33 smote the people with a very great plague
Deut 28. 59 make thy plagues wonderful, and the pi.
28. 59 great plagues, and of long continuance
28. 61 every plague, which (is) not written in the
29. 22 when they see the plagues of that land
i Sa. 4. 8 smote the Egyptians with all the plagues
Jer. 19. 8 and hiss because of all the plagues thereof
49. 17 aud shall hiss at all the plagues thereof
50. 13 every one. .shall, .hiss at all her plagues
4.A touch, smiting, ]?j) nega.
Gen. 12. 17 with givat plagues because of Sarai, Abr.
Exodn. i Yet will I bring one plague (more) upon
Lev. 13. 2 (like) the plague of leprosy; then he shall
13. 3 priest shall look on the plague in the skin
13. 3 hair in the plague is turned white, and the
13. 3 plague in si^ht (be) deeper than the skin
13. 3 it (is) a plague of leprosy : and the pries/
13. 4 priest .shall shut up (him that hath) thep
3- 5 (ifHhe plague in his sight be at a stay, (and)
13. 6 plague spread not in the skin, the priest
13. 6 plague (be) somewhat dark, (and) the pi.
13. 9 When the plague of leprosy is in a man
13. 12 the plague from his head even to his foot
3- 3. 7 pronounce, .clean (that hath)the pla.
13. 17 the plague be turned into white ; then t.
13. 20 plague of leprosy broken out of the boil
13. 22 shall pronounce him unclean : it (is) a p.
13. 25, 27 pronounce him unclean : it (is) tne p.
13. 29 If a man or woman have a plague upon
13. 30 Then the priest shall see the plague: and
13. 31 if the priest look on the plague of the sc.
13. 31 shut up (him that hath) the plague of the
13. 32 seventh day the priest shall look on thep.
13. 44 he (is) unclean, .his plague (is) in his head
13. 45 leper in whom the plague (is), his clothes
13. 46 All the days wherein the plague (shall be)
13. 47 garment also that the plague of leprosy i
13. 49 if the plague be greenish .. it (is) a plague
13. 50 And the priest shall look upon the plague
13. 50 shut up (it that hath) the plague seven d.
13. 51 look on the plague, .if the plague be spr.
13. 51 plague (is) a fretting leprosy ; it (is) unc.
13. 52 any thing of skin, wherein the plague is
13. 53 the plague be not spread in the garment
13. 54 that they wash (the thing) wherein the p!.
13. 55 look on the plague, .(if) the plague have
13. 55 and the plague be not spread ; it (is) unc.
13. 56 plague (be) somewhat dark after the wa.
13. 57 thou shall burn that wherein the plague
13. 58 if the plague be departed from them, then
13. 59 This (is) the law of the plague of leprosy
14. 3 the plague of leprosy be healed in the le.
14. 32 law (of him) in whom (is) the plague of 1.
14. 34 I put the plague of leprosy in a house of
14. 35 seemeth to me (there is) as it were a pla.
14. 36 priest go (into it) to see the plague, that
14. 37 look on the plague, .(if) the plague (be) in
14. 39 the plague be spread in the walls of the
14. 40 take away the stones in which the plague
14. 43 if the plague come again, aud break out
14. 44 the plague bespread in the house, it (is)
14. 48 plague hath not spread in the house, after
14. 48 the house clean, because the plague is h.
14. 54 This (is) the law for all manner of plague
Deut. 24. 8 Take heed in the plague of leprosy, that
i Ki. 8. 37 whatsoever plague, whatsoever sickness
8. 38 which shall know every man the plague
Psa. 91. 10 neither shall any plague come nigh thy
,5.A stumbling, plague, P
(JJ negeph.
Exodi2. 13 plague shall not be upon you to destroy
30. 12 that there be no plague among them, wh.
Num. 8. 19 that there be no plague among the child.
16. 46 there is wrath, .the plague is begun
1 6. 47 the plague was begun among the people
Josh.22. 17 there was a plague in the congregation of
6.A scourge, whip, plague, fj.dffTi mastix.
Mark 3. 10 for to touch him, as many as had plagues,
5. 29 felt . . that she was healed of that plague
5. 34 go in peace, and be whole of thy plague
Luke 7. 21 cured many of (their) infirmities and pla.
7. A stroke, plague, ir\riyr) jnege.
Rev. 9. 20 which were not killed by these plagues
ii. 6 to smite the earth with all plagues, as of.
15. i seven angels having the seven last plagues
15. 6 having the seven plagues, clothed in pure
15. 8 till the seven plagues of the seven angels
16. 9 which hath power over these plagues : and
16. 21 because of the plague, .for the plague th.
18. 4 and that ye receive not of her plagues
1 8. 8 Therefore shall her plagues come in one
21. 9 seven vials full of the seven last plagues
22. 18 God shall add unto him the plagues that
PLAGTTE, to
1. To touch, smite, plague, VJJ naga, 3.
Gen. 12. 17 LOUD plagued Pharaoh aud his house with
2.7*0 smite, plague, FM -nagnph.
Kxoil;.-. ^ I."i;i> planned the people, because they
.lush. .-4. 5 I plagued Egypt, according to that which
Vsa. $9. 23 I will beat down, .and plague them that
PLAGUED, to be
I. Plague, stroke, slaughter, .1533 maggephah.
i Ch.2i. 17 not on thy people, that they should be p,
I.To be touched, smitten, yi) naga, 4.
Psa. 73. 5 neither are they plagued like (other) men
3.7"o touch, smite, i Si naga.
Psa. 73. 14 For all the day long have I been plagued
PLAIN 757 PLANTS
PLAIN, (low)
1. A grassy ineadmo, ^K abel.
Judg ii. 33 unto the plain of the vineyards, with a
2. A plain, jiSx don.
Gen. 12. 6 place of Slchem, unto the plain of Moreh
13. 18 and came and dwelt in the plainof Mamre
14. 13 he dwelt in the plain of Mamre the Amo.
1 8. i appeared unto him in the plains of Mamre
Deut 1 1. 30 over against Gilgal, beside the plains of
Judg. 4. 1 1 pitched his tent unto the plain of Zaanim
9. 6 by the plain of the pillar that (was) in S.
q. 37 another company come along by the plain
1 Sa. 10. 3 thou shall come to the plainof labor and
3. .4 valley, vale, nyjp? biqah.
Dau. 3. i he set it up in the plain of Dura, iu the
i. A valley, vale, nyj?3 biqah.
Gen. ii. i they found a plain in the land of Shinar
\eh 6 2 (some one of) the villages in the plain of
isa. 40. 4 made straight, and the rough places plain
Eze. 3. 22 Arise, go forth into the plain, and I will
-. 23 I arose, and went forth into the plain and
s! 4 according to the vision . . I saw in the plain
Amos i. 5 cut off the inhabitant from the plain of A.
5-4 circle, circuit, i?9 kikkar.
Gen. 13. 10 beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it (was)
13. ii Then Lot chose him all the plain of Jordan
13. 12 Lot dwelt in the cities of the plain, and p.
19! 17 neither stay thou in all the plain ; escape
IQ. 25 overthrew those cities, and all the plain
19! 28 looked, .toward all the land of the plain
19. 29 when God destroyed the cities of the plain
Deut 34! 3 plain of the valley of Jericho, the city of
2 Sa 18 13 Ahimaaz ran by the way of the plain, and
1 Ki. 7. 46 In the plain of Jordan did the king cast
2 Ch 4. 17 In the plain of Jordan did tne king cast
Neh. 3. 22 repaired the priests, the men of the plain
12. 28 out of the plain country round about Jer.
level place, -W O mislwr
10 All the cities of the plain and all Gilead
4 * Kezer in the wilderness, in the plain cou.
q and all the plain of Medeba unto Dibdn
16 midst of the river, and all the plain by
17 her cities that (are) in the plain : Dibon
21 all the cities of the plain, and all the ki.
8 upon the plain out of the tribe of Reuben
23 let us fight against them in the plain, and
25 we will fight against them in the plain
10 both in the low country, and in the plains
11 lead me in a plain path, because of mine
n against thee, O. .rock of the plain, saith
8 plain shall be destroyed, as the LORD hath
21 judgment is come upon the plain country
7 before Zerubbabel (thou shalt become) a p.
6.A plain
Deut. 3.
4 .
Josh 13.
13.
13.
13
20!
1 Ki.2o.
20
2 Ch.26.
Pga 27.
Jer. 21.
48.
48.
Zech 4.
7. A wilderness, obscure place, -i^TH. arabah.
Nuni22. i pitched in the plains of Moab on this.. J
26. 3 spake with them in the plains of Moab, by
26. 63 numbered the children .in the plains of
31. 12 unto the camp at the plains of Moab, w
33. 48 pitched in the plains of Moab, by Jordan
33. 49 (even) unto Abel-shittim in the plains of
33. 50 spake unto Moses in the plains of Moab
35. i the plains of Moab by Jordan (near) Jen
36. 13 the plains of Moab by Jordan (near) Jeri.
Deut. i. i the plain over against the Red (sea), bet.
i 7 in the plain, in the hills, and in the vale
2. 8 the way of the plain froniElath, and from
3. 17 The plain also, and Jordan, and the coast
3. 17 Chinneretheven unto the sea of the plain
4. 49 the plain on this side Jordan eastward
4. 49 the sea of the plain under the springs
34. i Moses went up from the plains of Moab
34. 8 And. .wept for Moses in the plains of M.
Josh. 3. 16 came down toward the sea of the plain
4. 13 over, .unto battle, to the plains of Jericho
5. 10 passover. .at even in the plainsof Jericho
8. 14 out. .at a time appointed, before the plain
1 1. 2 the plainssouth of Chinneroth, and in the
11. 16 the plain, and the mountain of Israel, and
12. i unto. .Hermon. and all the plain on the
12. 3 from the plain to the sea of Chinneroth on
12. 3 unto the sea of the plain . .the salt sea on
12. S in the plains, and in the springs, and in
13. 32 the plains of Moab, on the other side Jo.
i Sa. 2?. 24 in the plain on the south of Jeshimon
a Sa. 2. jg walked all that night through the plain
4. 7 gat them away through the plain all night
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75. 28 will tarry in the plain of the wilderness
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17. 16 Lodge not. .in the plains of the wildern.
a Ki. 14. 25 from . . Hamath unto the sea of the plain
23. 4 (the king) went the way toward the plain
25. 5 and overtook him in the plains of Jericho
Jer. 39. 4 and he went out the way of the plain
39. 5 overtook Zedekiah in the plains of Jeric.
52. 7 all the men . . went by the way of the pla.
St. I overtook Zedekiah in the pi. ; Zech. 14.10
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V. L. P113J [dbarah].
8. A low place or plain, rbsy sJitphelah.
1 01.27. 2 8 sycamore trees that (were) in the low pi.
2 Ch. 9. 27 sycamore trees that (are) in the low plains
Jer. 17. 26 from the plain, and from the mountains
Obad. 19 and (they of) the plain the Philistines: and
Zech. 7. 7 (men) inhabited the south and the plain
9.X level place, roirov irtStvau lopoupedinou.
Luke 6. T7 stood in the plain, and the company of his
PLAIN
1. Straight forward, ITOJ nakoach.
Prov. 8. 9 (are) all plain to him that undcrstandeth
2. Plain, perfect, simple, Di-i tarn.
Gen. 25. 27 Jacob (was) aplainman, dwelling in tents
%. Rightly, opttus orthus.
Mark 7. 35 his tongue was loosed, and he spake plain
PLAIN, to make or be made
1. To explain, engrave, "ifctj baar, 3
Hab. 2. 2 make (it) plain upon taiile* that he may
2. To make level, equal, xyr shavah, 3.
Isa. 28. 25 When he hath made plain tne face thereof
3. To exalt, raise up, V^p salal.
Frov 15. 19 but the way of the righteous (is) made p.
PLAINLY
1 . To say, i?N amar.
Exod2i. 5 if the servant shall plainly say, I love my
2. To explain, IK? baar, 3.
Deut 27. 8 write, .all the words of this law very pla.
3. To be uncovered, revealed, n^j galah, 2.
i Sa. 2. 27 Did I plainly appear unto the house of thy
4. To put before one, ~U} nar/ad, 5.
1 Sa. 10. 16 He told us plainly that the asses were
5. To spread out, sh.3 perash, 3.
Ezra 4. 18 letter, .hath been plainly read before me
Q.C lear, n$ tsach.
Isa. 32. 4 stammerers shall be ready to speak pla.
7. Boldness, Tafipnaia parrhesia.
Johnio. 24 said. .If thou be the Christ, tell usplainly
1 1. 14 Then said Jesus unto them plainly, Laza.
16. 25 I shall show you plainly ot the Father
16. 29 now speakest thou [plainly], and speakest
PLAINNESS of speech
Boldness, irappriffia parrhesin.
2 Co. 3. 12 Seeing, .we use great plainness of speech
PLAISTER, PLASTER
\. Chalk, TS gir.
Dan. 5. 5 the plaster of the wall of the king s pala.
2. Plaster, lime, Tip sid.
Deut27. 2 great stones, and plaster them with plas.
27. 4 and thou shalt plaster them with plaster
PLAISTER or PLASTER, to (lay for a)
1. To daub, plaster, rots (uach.
Lev. 14. 42 other mortar, and shall plaster the house
2. To spread out, plaster, rn!p marach.
Isa. 38. 21 lay (it) for a plaister upon the boil, and
S. To plaster, Tj? sid.
Deut 27. 2 great stones, and plaster them with pla.
27. 4 and thou shalt plaster them with plaster
PLAISTERED or PLASTERED, to be
To be daubed, plastered, mo tuach, 2.
Lev. 14. 43 if the plague come, .after it is plastered
14. 48 not spread, .after the house was plastered
PLAIT or PLAT, to
To plait, braid, fold, twist, irXiKw plekv.
Matt27_ 29 when they had platted a crown of thorns
Markis. 17 platted a crown of thorns, and put it ab
John 19. 2 soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put
PLAITING (the hair)
Plaiting or folding in, 4/j.ir\OKTi emploke.
1 Pe. 3. 3 that outward (adorning) of plaiting the h.
PLANES
Carving tools, corners, rny?i?C maqtsuoth.
Isa. 44. 13 he fitteth it with planes, and he marketh
PLANETS
Constellations, niSjtj mazzaloth.
2 Ki.23. 5 to the planets, and to all the host of hea.
PLANK (thick)
1. Any thing thick (0, Q ?X [" ]
Eze. 41. 26 side chambers of the house, and thick pi.
2. Wooden threshold (?), fH ay ab ets.
Eze. 41. 25 thick planks upon the face of the porch
3. A rib, side, ]3^ tsela.
i Ki. 6. 15 covered the floorof the house with planks
PLANT, planting, plantation
l.A plant, planting, J/ fiO matta.
Isa. 60. 21 the branch of my planting, the work of
61. 3 planting of the LORD, that he might He g.
Eze. 17. 7 water it by the furrows of her plantation
31. 4 her rivers running round about his plants
34. 29 I will raise up for them a plant of renown
Mic. i. 6 will make Samaria, .asplautings of a vine
2. Branches, tendrils, turigs, niB>
%B3 netisholh.
Jer. 48. 32 thy plants are gone over the sea, they re.
Z.A plant, M?: neta.
i Ch. 4. 23 those that dwelt among plantsand hedges
Job 14. 9 bud, and bring forth btmghs like a plant
Isa. 5. 7 and the men of Judah his pleasant plant
17. 10 therefore shalt thou plant pleasant plants
17. ii In the day shalt thou make thy plant to
^.Plants, D VB} netiim.
Pea. ,144. 12 That our sons (may be) as plants grown
5. Shrub, n v siach.
Gen. 2. 5 every plant of the field before it was in the
6.A shoot, rbf shelach.
Song 4. 13 Thy plants (are) an orchard of pomegran.
7. A plant, Srup shethil.
Psa.i28. 3 children like olive plants round about
8. Plant, plantation, ipvriia phuteia.
Mattis. 13 Every plant, which my heavenly Father
PLANT, to
1. To plant, yej nata,
Gen. 2. 8 God planted a garden eastward of Eden
9. 20 husbandman, and he planted a vineyard
21. 33 planted a grove in Beer-gheba, and called
Exodis. 17 plant them in the mountain of thine inh.
Lev. 19. 23 shall have planted all mannerof trees fof
Num24. 6 which the LORD hath planted, (anil)asce.
Deut. 6. ii olive trees, which thou plantedst not; wh.
16. 21 Thou shalt not plant thee a grove of any
20. 6 what man (is he) that hath planted a vin.
28. 30 thou shalt plant a vineyard, and shall not
28. 39 Thou shalt plant vineyards, and dress (th.)
Josh 24. 13 of the vineyards.. which ye planted notdo
2 Sa. 7. 10 plant them, that they may dwell in a pi.
2 Ki :., 29 plant vineyards, and eat the fruits thereof
i Ch.i7. 9 will plant them, and they shall dwell in
Psa. 44. 2 drive . . the heathen . . and plantedst them
80. 8 tnou hast cast out the heathen, and plan.
80. 15 vineyard which thy right hand hath plan.
94. 9 He that planted the ear, shall he not hear
104. 16 cedars of Lebanon, which he hath planted
107. 37 sow the fields, and plant vineyards, which
Prov 31. 1 6 with the fruit of her hands sheplanteth
Eccl. 2. 4 I builded me houses ; I planted me vine.
2.5! pjanted trees in them of all (kind of) fr.
3. 2 a time to plant, and a time to pluck up
Isa. 5. 2 planted it with the choicest vine, and bu.
17. 10 therefore shalt thou plant, .and shaltset
37. 30 plant vineyards, and eat the fruit thereof
44. 14 he plaiiteth an ash, and the rain doth n.
51. 16 that I may plant the heavens, and lay the
65. 21 they shall plant vineyards, and eat the f.
65. 22 they shall not plant, and another eat : for
Jer. i. 10 and to throw down, to build, and to plant
2. 21 Yet I had planted thee a noble vine, wh.
11.17 LORD of hosts, that planted thee, hath p.
12. 2 Thou hast planted them, yea, they have
18. 9 concerning a kingdom, to build and top.
24. 6 I will plant them, and not pluck (them)
29. 5, 28 plant gardens, and eat the fruit of tn.
31. 5 Thou shalt yet plant vines upon the mo.
31. 5 shall plant, and shall eat (them) as com.
31 28 watch over them, to build, and to plant
32. 4 1 plant them in this land assuredly with
35. 7 Neither shall ye. plant vineyard, nor h.
42. 10 will plant you, and not pluck (you) up
45. 4 that which 1 have planted I will pluck up
Eze. 28. 26 shall build houses, and plant vineyards
36. 36 know that I. .plant that that was desolate
Dan. ii. 45 he shall plant the tabernacles of his pal.
Amos 5. ii ye have planted pleasant vineyards, but
9. 14 they shall plant vineyards, and drink the
9. 15 1 will plant them upon their land, ami
Zeph. i. 13 plant vmeyaras, but not drink the wine
2. To plant, W shathal.
Eze. 17. 22 will plant (it) upon an high mountain
17. 23 In the mountain, .will 1 plant it ; and it
3. To 2>lant, Qvrtvw phuteuo.
Mattis. 13 which my heavenly Father hath not pla.
21. 33 which planted a vineyard, and hedged it
Mark 1 2. i A (certain) man planted a vineyard, and
Lukeis. 6 had a fig tree planted in his vineyard ; and
17. 6 plucked up. .and be thou planted in the
17. 28 bought, they sold, they planted, they bu.
20. 9 A certain man planted a vineyard, and
i Co. 3. 6 I have planted, Apollos watered ; butG.
3. 7 So then neither is he that plant t-th any
3. 8 he that planteth and he that waterethare
9. 7 who plauteth a vibeyard, and eateth not
PLANTED, to be
l.To plant, fasten, y?} nata.
Eccl. 3. 2 a time to pluck up (that which is) planted
l.To be planted, ytpj nata, 2.
Isa. 40. 24 they shall not be planted ; yea, they shall
3. To plant, Sn^ shathal.
Psa. i. 3 like a tree planted by the rivers of water
92. 13 Those that be planted in the house of the
Jer. 17. 8 he shall be as a tree planted by the waters
Eze. 17. 8 It was planted in a good soil by great w.
17 10 (being) planted, shall it prosper? shall it
19. 10 a vine in thy blood, planted by the waters
19. 13 she (is) planted in the wilderness, in ad.
Hos. 9. 13 Ephraim, as I saw Tyrus, (is) planted in
PLANTED together
Planted together, tri>n<pvros snmphutos.
Rom. 6. s if we have been planted together in the
PLANTER
To plant, IT?} nata.
Jer. 31. 5 the planters shall plant, and shall eat
PLANTS, principal
Branches, O &rty seruqqim.
Isa. 16. 8 have broken dowu the principal plants
PLAT 758 PLEASE
PLAT -
Portion, n^n chelqah.
2 Ki. g. 26 I will requite thee in this plat, saith the
9. 26 cast him into the plat (of ground), accor.
PLATE (thin)
\.Tablet, board, t]& luach.
i Ki. 7. 36 on the plates of the ledges thereof, and
Z.Axle, prince, p9 seren -
i Ki. 7. 30 had four brasen wheels, and plates of br.
Z.Plate, n? pack.
Exod39. 3 they did beat the gold into thin plates
Mum 16. 38 broad plates (for) a covering of the altar
4. Blox.wmt flower, witty, j"
tsits.
Exod28. 36 thou shall make a plate (of) pure gold, and
30. 30 And they made the plate of the holy cro.
Lev. 8. 9 did lie put the goldeu plate, the holy cro.
PLATTER
1. A dish or platter for food, irapotyis paropsis.
Matt 23. 25 the outside of the cup and of the platter
23. 26 that (which is) within the cup [and plat.
2. A board, flat dish, irlva pinax.
Luke 1 1. 39 clean the outside of the cup and the pla.
PLAY, to
\. To play on a stringed instrument, JJj nagan, 3.
1 Sa. 16. 16 he shall play with his hand, and thou sh.
16. 17 Provide me now a man that can play well
1 6. 23 David took an harp, and played with his
18. 10 David played with his hand, as at other
19. 9 sat in his house, .and David played with
2 Ki. 3. 15 when the minstrel played, that the hand
Psa. 33. 3 Sing unto him a new song; play skilfully
Eze. 33. 32 song of one that, .can play well on an in.
2. To play with, mock, pny tsachaq, 3.
Exod32. 6 the people sat down, .and rose up to play
3. To laugh, play, deride, mock, prty sachaq, 3.
1 Sa. 18. 7 women answered (one another) as they p.
2 Sa. 2. 14 Let the young men now arise and play be.
6. 5 David and all the house of Israel played
6. 21 Israel : therefore will I play before the L.
i Ch. 13. 8 David and all Israel played before God w.
15. 29 saw king David dancing and playing; and
Job 40. 20 food, where all the beasts of the field play
4!. 5 Wilt thou play with him as (with) a bird ?
Psa. 104. 26 leviathan, (whom) thou hast made to play
Zech. 8. 5 shall be full of boys and girls playing in
4. To play, delight self, yyy shaa, 3.
Isa. ii. 8 sucking child shall play on the hole of the
5. To play, behave as a boy, iraifa paizo.
i Co. 10. 7 people sat down to eat., and rose up to p.
PLAYER (on instruments\ playing
1. To play on a stringed instrument, J3} nagan.
Psa. 68. 25 the players on instruments (followed) af.
2. To play on a stringed instrument, \\) nagan, 3.
i Sa. 16. 16 man, (who is) a cunning player on an harp
16. 18 cunning in playing, and a mighty valiant
PLEA
Judgment, plea, cause, p^ din.
Dent 17. 8 between plea and plea, and between str.
PLEAD (the cause), to
1.7*0 plead, judge, strive, j"! din.
Prov 31. 9 plead the cause of the poor and needy
Jer. 30. 13 none to plead thy cause, that thou may.
2. To reason, reprove, decide, n;; yakach, 5.
Job 16. 21 Oh that one might plead for a man with
19. 5 magnify, .against me, and plead against
3.7*0 reason, n?; yakach, 7.
Mic. 6. 2 a controversy, .and he will plead with I
4. To strive, plead, 31 rib.
Judg. 6. 31 Will ye plead, .he that will plead for hin
6. 31 let him plead for himself, because (one)
6. 32 Let Baal plead against him, because he
i Sa. 24. 15 plead my cause, and deliver me out of t
25. 39 hath pleaded the cause of my reproach
Job 13. 19 Who (is) he (that) will plead with me? for
23. 6 Willhepleadagainstmewith(his)greatp.
Psa. 35. i Plead. .O LORD, with them that strive w
43. i plead my cause against an ungodly natioi
74. 22 plead thine own cause : remember how the
119. 154 Plead my cause, and deliver me: quickei
Prov 22. 23 For the LORD will plead their cause, am
23. ii Redeemer, .shall plead their cause with
Isa. i. 17 judge the fatherless, plead for the widow
3. 13 LORD standeth up to plead, and standetl
51. 22 thy God (that) pleadeth the cause of hisj
Jer. 2. 9 I will yet plead with you, saith the LOR
2. 9 with your children s children will I plea
a. 29 Wherefore will ye plead with me? ye all
12. i Righteous (art) thou. .when I plead will
50. 34 he shall throughly plead their cause, tha
51. 36 I will plead thy cause, and take vengeanc
Lam. 3. 58 thou hast pleaded the causes of my sou
Hos. 2. 2 Plead with your mother, plead ; for she
Mic. 7. 9 until he plead my cause, and execute ju
6. Tit be judged, to plead, DRp shaphat, 2.
Isa. 43. 26 Put me in remembrance : let us plead t<
59. 4 None calleth for justice, nor (any) pleac
66. 16 will the LoKDplead with all flesh : andth
Jer. 2. 35 I will plead with thee, because thou saj
25. 31 he will plead with all flesh ; he will gi*
Eze. 17. 20 will plead with him there for his trespass
20. 35 and there will I plead with you face to face
20. 36 Like as 1 pleaded, .so will I plead with you
38. 22 I will plead against him with pestilence
Joel 3. 2 will plead with them there for my people
LEADING
Strife, pleading, cause, 3"?, rib.
Job 13. 6 and hearken to the pleadings of my lips
LEASANT place or thing)
.Desire, ten chemed.
Isa. 32. 12 for the pleasant fields, for the fruitful v.
Amos 5. 1 1 ye have planted pleasant vineyards, but
2. Desire, TTOn chemdah.
3 Ch.32. 27 and for all manner of pleasant jewels
Psa. 106. 24 Yea, they despised the pleasant laud, they
Isa. 2. 16 all the ships, .and upon all pleasant pic.
Jer. 3. 19 give thee a pleasant land, a goodly heri.
12. 10 they have made my pleasant portion a d.
25. 34 and ye shall fall like a pleasant vessel
Eze. 26. 12 destroy thy pleasant houses : and they
Hos. 13. 15 spoil the treasure of all pleasant vessels
Nah. 2. 9 glory out of all the pleasant furniture
Zech. 7. 14 for they laid the pleasant land desolate
j. Desirable olijects, rvniDQ chamudoth.
Dan. 10. 3 I ate no pleasant bread, neither came fie.
ii. 38 with precious stones, and pleasant things
[.Grace, jn chen.
Prov. 5. 19 the loving hind and pleasant roe ; let her
.Delighting, willing, desiring, j pn chephets.
Isa. 54. 12 and all thy borders of pleasant stones
j.Good, 3iB fob.
2 Ki. 2. 19 situation of this city (is) pleasant, as my
Eccl. 1 1. 7 pleasant (thing it is) for the eyes to beho.
.Fair, .19; yapheh.
Eze. 33. 32 song of one that hath a pleasant voice, and
J. Precious thing, lip meged.
Song 4. 13 with pleasant fruits ; camphire, with sp.
4. 16 come into hisgarden, and eat his pleasant
7. 13 at our gates (are) all manner of pleasant
9. Desirable thing, 1505 machmad.
1 Ki. 20. 6 whatsoever is pleasant in thine eyes, they
Isa. 64. ii and all our pleasant things are laid waste
Lam. i. 10 his hand upon all her pleasant things : for
1. ii they have given their pleasant things for
2. 4 slew all (that were) pleasant to the eye in
Hos. 9. 6 the pleasant (places) for their silver, net.
Joel 3. 5 have carried, .my goodly pleasant things
10. Desirable things, D ^crflj machamuddim.
Lam. i. 7 all her pleasant things that she had in the
i. ii they have given their pleasant things for
11. Cornel)/ place, nxj noMh.
Jer. 23. 10 pleasant places of the wilderness are dr.
12. Comeliness, mjnaveh.
Hos. 9. 1 3 Ephraim . . (is) planted in a pleasant place
13. Pleasant, sioeet, C ^ naim.
2 Sa. i. 23 Saul and Jonathan (were) lovely and pie.
Psa. 16. 6 The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant
8 1 . 2 bring hither the timbrel, the pleasant harp
1 33. i how good and how pleasant . . for brethren
135. 3 sing praises unto his name ; for (it is) pi.
147. i for (it is) pleasant ; (and) praise is comely
Prov 22. 18 For (it is) a pleasant thing if thou keep t.
24. 4 filled with all preciousand pleasant riches
Song i. 16 thou (art) fair, my beloved, yea, pleasant
14. Pleasantness, oyi noam.
Prov 15. 26 but (the words) of the pure (are) pleasant
16. 24 Pleasant words (are as) an honey comb
15. Pleasant things, QiyfJUnaamanim.
Isa. 17. 10 therefore shall thou plant pleasant plants
16. Delight, Jjy oneg.
Isa. 13. 22 dragons in (their) pleasant palaces : and
17. Beauty, desire, 3? tsebi.
Dan. 8. 9 toward the east, and toward the pleasant
IS. Delights, D yipy.? shaashuim.
Isa. 5. 7 and tlie men of Judah his pleasant plant
Jer. 31. 20 Ephraim my dear son? (is he) a pleasant
19. Desire, ninn taavah.
Gen. 3. & when the woman saw. .that it (was) plea.
20. Delight, luxury, Jijy.J? taanug.
Mic. 2. 9 have ye cast out from their pleasant ho.
PLEASANT, to be
1. To be desired, icn chamad, 2.
Gen. 2. 9 to grow every tree that is pleasant to the
2. To be pleasant, DJ
1
} naam.
Gen. 49. 15 the land that (it was) pleasant; and bowed
2 Sa. i. 26 very pleasant hast thou been unto me: thy
Prov. 2. 10 and knowledge is pleasant unto thy soul
9. 17 sweet, and bread (eaten) in secret is plea.
Song 7. 6 How fair and how pleasant art thou, O 1.
3.7"o be sweet, 3TJJ arab.
Mai. 3. 4 Then shall the offering . . be pleasant unto
PLEASANTNESS
/ ii iirnintnesii, DJ?J noam.
Prov. 3. 17 Her ways (are) ways of pleasantness, and
PLEASE not
lie evil in eyes of, j y? nyj [ra].
Gen. 28. 8 ; Exod. 21. 8.
PLEASE, to
1.7*0 tmve delight, to please, f?n chaphets.
P8a.ii5. 3 he hath done whatsoever he hath pleased
35- 6 Whatsoever the LORD pleased, (that )did he
Eccl. 8. 3 for he doeth whatsoever pleaseth him
Song 2. 7 charge . . that ye stir not up .. till he please
3. 5 charge, .that ye stir not up. .till he please
8. 4 ; Isa. 53. 10 ; 55. n ; 56. 4; Jor. i. 14.
2. 7*o be good as regards, ?y 3io tob al.
Neh. 2. 5, 7 said unto the king, If it please the king
. Esth. i. 19 If it please the king, let there go a royal
3. 9 If it please the king, let it be written that
5. 8 if it please the king to grant my petition
7. 3 if it please the king, let my life be given
3. Good as regards, Sy 310 tob al.
Esth. 9. 13 If it please the king, let it be gran.; 18.5.
4. Delighting, willing, f?n chajihets.
i Ki.2i. 6 if it please thee, I willgive thee (another)
5.7*0 be pleased, desirous, "?N; yaal, 5.
1 Sa. 12. 22 hath pleased the I.KI> to tnakeyou his p.
2 Sa. 7. 29 let it please thee to bless the house of thy
1 Ch.i7. 27 let it please thee to bless the house of thy
Job 6. 9 Even that it would please God to destroy
6. 7*o be good, 3o; yatab.
Neh. 2. 6 So it pleased the king to send me ; and 1
Esth. 5. 14 the thing pleased Hainan ; and he caused
7. 7*o be good in the eyes oft yy.3 3c; yatab I
Gen. 34. 18 their words pleased Hamor, and .Shechem
Josh. 22. 30 And when Phinehas. .heard, .it pleased
22. 33 the thing pleased the children of Israel
2 Sa. 3. 36 people took notice, .and it pleased them
i Ki. 3. 10 speech pleased the LORD, that Solomon
Esth. i. 21 the saying pleased the king and the prin.
2. 4 let the maiden which pleaseth the king be
2. 4 the thing pleased the king ; and he did so
2. 9 maiden pleased him, and she obtained
8. 7*o become or seem good, 3o; yatab, 5.
1 Sa. 20. 13 but if it please my father (to do) thee evil
9.7*0 be 2>leasing, nyi ra.tsah.
2 Ch. 10. 7 If thou be kind to this people, and please
Prov 16. 7 When a man s ways please the LORD, he
10.7*0 lie fair before, cif;. ~iyi shephar qodam.
Dan. 6. i It pleased Darius to set over the kingdom
II. To be right in the eyes of, j yg ~i9l yasharbe-enf.
Num 23. 27 peradventure it will please God that thou
i Sa. 18. 20 they told Saul, and the thing pleas. 18. 26
1 Ki. 9. 12 had given him ; and they pleased him not
2 Ch.3o. 4 pleased the king and all the congregation
12.6*006* before, U?? 3ie tob li-phene.
Eccl. 7. 26 whoso pleaseth God shall escape from her
13.6*ood in the eyes of, J li? tob be-ene.
Gen. 16. 6 Abram said . . do to her as it pleaseth thee
20. 15 before thee : dwell where it pleaseth thee
2 Sa. 3. 36 whatsoever the king did pleas.; > um.24.i.
Ii. To please, aptffK<a
aresko.
Matt 14. 6 danced before them, and pleased Herod
Mark 6. 22 pleased Herod and them that sat with him
Acts 6. 5 the saying pleased the whole multitude
Rom. 8. 8 they that are in the flesh cannot please G.
15. i ought to bear . . and not to please ourselves
15. 2 Let every one of us please (his) neighbour
15. 3 For even Christ pleased not himself; but
i Co. 7. 32 He. .careth. .how he may please the Lord
7. 33 he . .careth. .how he may please (his) wife
7. 34 careth. .how she may please (her) husband
10. 33 Even as I please all (men) in all (things)
Gal. i. 10 seek to please men ? for if I yet pleased m.
1 Th. 2. 4 not as pleasing men, butGod, which trieth
2. 15 they please not God, and are contrary to
4. i how ye ought to walk and to please God
2 Ti. 2. 4 that he may please him who hath chosen
15.7*0 2>lease well, tvaptffTfw euarested.
Heb. ii. 5 had this testimony, that he pleased God
11. 6 But without faith (it is) impossible to pi.
16.7*0 be pleasing,(flfj.\}a.pi(n 6s eimi arestos.
Acts 12. 3 because he saw it pleased the Jo. 8. 29.
17.7*0 think, deem, SoKfu dokeo.
Acts 15. 22 Then pleased it the apostles and elders
15. 34 [Notwithstanding it pleased Silas to abide]
18.7*0 think well, euSo/cew eudokeo.
Rom. 1 5. 26 For it hath pleased them of Macedonia and
15. 27 It hath pleased them verily ; and their d.
i Co. i. 21 pleased God by the foolishness of preach.
Gal. 1.15 when it pleased God, who separated me
Col. i. 19 For it pleased (the Father) that in him sh.
19. To wish, will, 6f\o> thelo.
i Co. 12. 18 God set the members, as it huth pleased
15. 38 God giveth it a body as it hath pleased hiro
PLEASE better, to
7*o be good to, J 3?; yatab le.
Psa. 69. 31 (This) also shall please the LORD better
PLEASE selves, to
To strike hands, P5, saphaq, 5.
Isa. 2. 6 please themselves in the children of stra,
PLEASE well, to
1 . To be good in the eyes of, Vy? 39; yatab be-ene.
Deut. i. 23 saying pleased me well : and I; Gen. 45 16.
PLEASE 759 PLUCK
2. To be right in the eyes of, TJ!3 ~*V, yashar be-ene.
Judgi4. 3 Get her for me ; for she pleaseth me well
14. 7 with the woman ; and she pleased S. well
1 Sa. 18. 26 pleased David well to be the king s son in
2 Sa. 17. 4 the saying pleased Absalom well, and all
19. 6 died this day, then it had pleased thee w.
3. To please well, (vapfffreco euaresteo.
Heb. 13. 16 for with such sacrifices God is well pleased
4. To be well pleasing, tl/il (vdpfffrvs eimi euareslos.
Titus 2. 9 to please (them) well iu all (tilings) ; not
PLEASE, to seek to
To please, amuse, flyj ratsah, 3.
Job 20. 10 His children shall seek to please the poov
PLEASED, to be (well)
I. To have delight, desire, pgri chaphets.
Judgi3. 23 If the LORD were pleased to kill us, he w.
i Ki. 9. i Solomon s desire which he was pleased to
Psa. 51.19 Then shall thou be pleased with the sac.
Isa. 42. 21 LORD is well pleased for his righteousness
2. To be pleased, nin ratsah.
Psa. 40. 13 Be pleased, O LORD, to deliver me : L.
Mic. 6. 7 Will the LORD be pleased with thousands
Mai. i. 8 will he be pleased with thee, or accept thy
3. To think well together, ffvvevSoKev suneudokeo.
i Co. 7. 12 she be pleased to dwell with him, let him
7. 13 if he be pleased to dwell with her, let her
4. To be well pleased, tvHoxto) eudokeo, Matt. 3. 17;
12. 18; 17. 5; Mr. i. n; Lu. 3. 22; i Co. 10. 5; 2 Pe. 1. 17.
PLEASED with", to be
To be pleased, nyi ratsah.
Gen. 33. 10 face of God, aud thou wast pleased with
PLEASING, (to be)
l.Oood, ai D tob.
Esth. 8. 5 right before the king, and I (be) pleasing in
2.7*0 be sioeet, i~ty arab.
Hos. 9. 4 neither shall they be pleasing unto him
S. Pleasing, pleasure, apeWeia areskeia.
Col. 1. 10 walk worthy of the Lord uuto all pleasing
4. Pleasing, a.pf<rr6s arestos.
1 Jo. 3. 22 do those things that are pleasing in his
PLEASE, things that
Pleasing, aptffrds arestos.
John 8. 29 I do always those things that please him
PLEASURE, (good)
I. Desire, inclination, njK awah.
Jer. 2. 24 snuffeth up the wind at her pleasure ; in
2. Delight, pleasure, ppn chephets.
Job 21. 21 For what pleasure (hath) he in his house
22. 3 (Is it) any pleasure to the Almighty, that
Psa. in. 2 sought out of all them that have pleasure
Eccl. 5. 4 for(he hath) no pleasure in fools : pay that
12. i thou shalt say, I have no pleasure in them
Isa. 44. 28 shall perform all my pleasure ; even saying
46. 10 shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure
48. 14 he will do his pleasure on Babylon, and
53. 10 pleasure of the LORD shall prosper in his
58. 3 inthedayofyourfastyeftndpleasure.and
58. 13 doing thy pleasure on my holy day ; and
58. 13 nor finding thine own pleasure, nor spea.
Jer. 22. 28; 48. 38 ; Hos. 8. 8; Mai. L irx
3. Desire, delight, pyn chesheq.
Isa. 21. 4 night of my pleasure hath he turned into
4.Good, benefit, aia tob.
Job. 21. 25 And another, .never eateth with pleasure
Eccl. 2. i enjoy pleasure: and, behold, this also (is)
6. Soul, breath, desire, B*5J nephesh.
Deut 23. 24 eat grapes thy fill at thine own pleasure
Psa. 105. 22 To bind his princes at his pleasure, and
Jer. 34. 16 whom he had set at liberty at their plea.
6. Delight, Ji eden.
Psa. 36. 8 make them drink of the river of thy pie.
7. Delight, ajiJj ednah.
Gen. 18. 12 After lam waxed old shall I have pleas.
S.Thought, imll, desire, rnj?i reuth.
Ezra 5. 17 let the king send his pleasure to us con.
9.Good vrill or pleasure, p:n ratson.
Ezra 10. ii make confession, .and do his pleasure; and
Keh. 9. 37 they have dominion . . at their pleasure
Esth. i. 8 should do according to every man s plea.
Psa. 51. 18 Do good in thy good pleasure unto Zion
103. 21 (ye) ministers of his, that do his pleasure
10. Pleasant, sioeet, Q yj naim.
Job 36. ii they shall spend, .their years in pleasures
Psa. 16. ii atthyright hand(there are) pleasures for
II. Rejoicing, joy, nn?^ siinchah.
Prov 21. 17 He that loveth pleasure (shall be) a poor
12.Good thought, evSoxia eudokia.
Eph. i. 5 according to the good pleasure of his will
i. 9 according to his good pleasure which he
Phil. 2. 13 both to will and to do of (his) good pleas.
2 Th. i. ii fulfil all the good pleasure of (his) good.
13. Sweetness, pleasure, rjSovfi hedone.
Luke 8. 14 choked-with cares andriches and pleasures
Titus 3. 3 serving divers lusts and pleasures, living
* Pe. 2. 13 they that count it pleasure to riot in the
14. Wish, ivill, 6t\ri/j.a thelima.
Rev. 4. ii for thy pleasure they are and were created
15. Grace,Javour, \d.pis charis.
Acts 24. 27 Felix, willing to show the Jews a pleasure
25. 9 Festus, willing to do the Jews a pleasure
PLEASURE, after their own
According to their judgment, Kara r\t SoKovvavroti
Heb. 12. 10 chastened (us) after their own pleasure
PLEASURE, to be the good
To think well, fvSoKtu eudokeo.
Luke 1 2. 32 for it is your Father s good pleasure to g.
PLEASURE, to have, live in, take
1.7*0 have delight, p;rr chaphets.
Eze. 18. 23 Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked
18. 32 I have no pleasure in the death of him t.
33. ii I have no pleasure in the death of the wi.
^..Delighting, part chaphets.
Psa. 5. 4 For thou (art) not a God that hath pleas.
35. 27 which hath pleasure in the prosperity of
3. 7*o be siveet, :ny arab.
Eze. 16. 37 lovers, with whom thou hast taken pleas.
4. To be pleased, nyj ratsah.
1 Ch.29. 17 I know also, my God, that thou. .hast pi.
Psa. 102. 14 For thy servants take pleasure in her st.
147. 10 taketh not pleasure in the legs of a man
147. ii taketh pleasure in them that fear him, in
149. 4 For the LORD taketh pleasure in his peo.
Hag. i. 8 will take pleasure in it, and I will be gl.
5.7*0 think ivell, (vdoiceia eudokeo.
2 Co. 12. 10 Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities, in
2 Th. 2. 12 believed not the truth, but had pleasure
Heb. 10. 6 In burnt offerings .. thou hast had no pi.
10. 8 thou wouldest not, neither hadst pleasure
10. 38 my soul shall have no pleasure in him
6. To live voluptuously, arir-ara\ao> S2}atalao.
i Ti. 5. 6 she that liveth in pleasure is dead while
7. 7*o think well together, ffwevSoKfta suneudokeo.
Rom. i. 32 but have pleasure in them that do them
8. 7*o live luxuriously, rpvtfxica truphao.
Jas. 5. 5 Ye have lived in pleasure on the earth, and
PLEASURES, given to
Given to delights, ]^y adin.
Isa. 47. 8 hear now this, thou (that art) given to p.
PLEDGE
I. Pledge, Vaq chabol.
Eze. 18. 12 hath not restored the pledge, and hath 1.
1 8. 16 hath not withholden the pledge, neither
33. 15 (10 the wicked restore the pledge, give
2. Pledge, flSiri chabolah.
Eze. 18. 7 hathrestoredtothedebtorhispledge.hath
3. Pledge, ointf. abot.
Deut 24. 10 not go into his house to fetch his pledge
24. ii shall bring out the pledge abroad unto thee
24. 12 poor, thou shalt not sleep with his pledge
24. 13 thou shalt deliver him the pledge again
4. Surety, fl?"JJ?,. arubbah.
1 Sa. 17. 1 8 how thy brethren fare, and take their pi.
5. Surety, | U-JH erabon.
Gen. 38. 17 Wilt thou give (me) a pledge till thou send
38. 1 8 What pledge shall I give thee? And she
38. 20 to receive (his) pledge from the woman s
PLEDGE, to lay to, or take a
7*o take a pledge, Vjn chabal.
Exod22. 26 take thy neighbour s raiment to pledge
Deut 24. 6 shall take the nether . . millstone to pledge
24. 6 for he taketh (a man s) life to pledge
24. 17 shalt not. .take a widow s raiment to pie.
Job 22. 6 For thou hast taken a pledge from thy b.
24. 3 they take the widow s ox for a pledge
24. 9 pluck the fatherless . . and take a pledge of
Prov 20. 1 6 take a pledge of him for a strange woman
27. 13 take a pledge of him for a strange woman
Amos 2. 8 upon clothes laid to pledge by every altar
PLEDGES, to give
7*o give surety for one s self, 3ny arab, 7.
2 Ki. 18. 23 give pledges to my lord the king of Assy.
Isa. 36. 8 give pledges, I pray thee, tomy master the
PLE-IA-DES, flD 3 the cluster of seven stars.
Job 9. 9 Which maketh Arcturus, Orion, and P.
38. 31 Canst thou bind the sweet influences of P.
PLENTEOUS
I.Fat, firm, K"!? ban.
Hab. i. 16 portion (is) fat, and their meat plenteous
2. Abundant, an Tab.
Psa. 86. 5 plenteous in mercy unto all them that call
86. 15 long suffering, and plenteous in mercy and
103. 8 slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy
3.7*0 make abundant, .15*1 rabah, 5.
Psa. 130. 7 for with the LORD, .(is) plenteous redem.
4. Satiety, fulness, y$y saba.
Gen. 41. 34 land of Egyptin the seven plenteous years
41. 47 in the seven plenteous years the earth br.
5,0ily, fat, plenteous, }cy shamen.
Isa. 30. 23 it shall be fat and plenteous : in that day
6. Much, many, abundant, iro\vs polus.
Matt. 9. 37 The harvest truly (is) plenteous, but the
PLENTEOUS, to make
7"o cause to remain over, in; yathar, 5.
Deut 28. 1 1 shall make thee plenteous in goods, in the
30. 9 will make thee plenteous in every work
PLENTEOUSNESS --
\.What remains over, superfluity, irnD mothar.
Prov2i. 5 thoughts of the diligent (teud)only to pi.
2. Satiety, fulness, Vyy saba.
Gen. 41. 53 seven years of plenteousness that was in
PLENTIFUL (field)
1. Fruitful place or field, *?5"13
karmel.
Isa. 16. 10 joy out of the plentiful field ; and in the
Jer. 2. 7 I brought you into aplentiful country, t>i
48. 33 gladness is taken from the plentiful Held
2. Willing gift or offering, flji} nedabah.
Psa. 68. 9 Thou, O Gcnl, didst send a plentiful rain
PLENTIFULLY
1.Superfluity, in* yether.
Psa. 31. 23 and plentifully rewardeth theprouddoer
2.Abundance, Ti rob.
Job 26. 3 hast thou plentifully declared the thing
PLENTY
I. Abundance, 31 rob.
Gen. 27. 28 fatness of the earth, and plenty of corn
2 Ch.3i. 10 had enough to eat, and have left plenty
2. To make abundant, n^i rabah, 5.
i Ki. 10. ii great plenty of almug trees, and precious
3. Satiety, fulness, yyy saba.
Gen. 41-. 29 come seven years of great plenty throug.
41. 30 all the plenty shall be forgotten in the
41. 31 plenty shall not be known in the land by
Prov. 3. 10 So shall thy barns be filled with plenty
4.Heights, glitterings, rPfljf iB toaphoth.
Job 22. 25 defence, and thou shalt have plenty of
5. To eat, S;x akal (adv. inf.).
Joel 2. 26 ye shall eat in plenty, and be satisfied, and
PLENTY of, to have
To be satiated, satisfied, yip sabea.
Prov 28. 19 tilleth his land shall have plenty of bread
Jer. 44. 17 for (then) had we plenty of victuals, and
PLENTY
Collection, flips? miqveh.
Lev. ii. 36 (wherein there is) plenty of water, shall
PLOT, to
7*o devise, design, DIJI zamam.
Psa. 37. 12 wicked plotteth against the just, and g.
PLOUGH
A plough, aporpov arotron.
Luke 9. 62 Xo man, having put his hand to the plo.
PLOUGH, PLOW, to
1. To plough, grave, enn charash.
Deut 22. 10 Thou shalt not plow with an 01 and an ass
Judgi4. 18 If ye had not ploughed with my heifer, ye
i Ki. 19. 19 who (was) ploughing (with) twelve yoke
Job i. 14 The oxen were plowing, and the asses fe.
4. 8 they that plow iniquity, and sow wicked.
Psa. 1 29. 3 The plowers plowed upon my back ; they
Prov 20. 4 sluggard will not plow by reason of the
Isa. 28. 24 Doth the plowman plow all day to sow?
Hos. 10. ii Judah shall plow, (and) Jacob shall break
10. 13 Ye have ploughed wickedness, ye have r
Amos 6. 12 will (one) plow (there) with oxen? for ye
2. 7*o plough, aporpidu arotriao.
Luke 17. 7 which of you, having a sen-ant plowing
1 Co. 9. 10 that he that plougheth should plow in h.
PLOWED, to be
7*0 be ploughed, enri charash, 2.
Jer. 26. 18 Zion shall be plowed (like) a field, and J.
Mic. 3. 12 Therefore shall Ziou for your sake be pi.
PLOWER, PLOWMAN
1. Ploughman, husbandman, n?N ikkar.
Isa. 61. 5 sons of the alien (shall be) your plowmen
Jer. 14. 4 plowmen were ashamed, they covered th.
2. 7"o plough, plow, tnn charash.
Psa. 129. 3 The plowers. .made long their furrows
Isa. 28. 24 Doth the plowman plow all day to sow?
Amos 9. 13 the plowman shall overtake the reaper
PLOWING, PLOUGHSHARE
\.Coulter, ploughshare, nx eth.
Isa. 2. 4 shall beat their swordsinto ploughshares
Joel 3. 10 Beat your ploughshares into swords, and
Mic. 4. 3 shall beat their swords into ploughshares
I.Tilling, tillage, -unir.
Prov 21. 4 An high look, .(and) the plowing of the
PLUCK (off, out, up\ to
l.To pluck, .TIN arah.
Psa. 80. 12 all they which pass by the way d pluck
2.7*0 snatch violently away, Via gazal.
2 Sa. 23. 21 plucked the spear out of the Egyptian s
i Ch.n. 23 plucked tke spear out of the Egyptian s
Job 24. 9 They pluck the fatherless from the breast
Mic. 3. 2 who pluck off their skin from off them, and
PLUCK 760 POMEGRANATE
3. To cause to go or come out, K>; yatsa, 5.
Exod. 4. 7 plucked it out of his bosom, and, behold
Paa. 25. 15 for he shall pluck my feet out of the net
4. To make an erul of, remove, n^$ kalah, 3.
Psa. 74. ii even thy right hand; pluck (it) out of thy
5. To peel of, pluck out, BT? marat.
Ezra 9. 3 plucked otf the hair of my head and of my
Neh. 13. 25 plucked off their hair, and made them s.
Isa. 50. 6 my cheeks to them that plucked off the
G. To pull away or down, npj nasach.
Psa. 52. 5 pluck tliee out of (thy)dwellingplace, and
7. To draw away or out, pnj nathaq.
Jer. 22. 24 (As)I live, .yet would I pluck thee thence
8. To draw away or out, PO} nathaq, 3.
Eze. 23. 34 pluck off thine own breasts : for I have s.
9. To pluck up, nj natluish.
Jer. 12. 14 will pluck them out of their land, and p.
12. 15 after that I have plucked them out, I will
12. 17 I will utterly pluck up and destroy that
18. 7 to pluck up, and to pull down, and to d.
24. 6 I will plant them, and not pluck (them)
31. 28 to pluck up, and to break down, and to
42. 10 I will plant you, and not pluck (you) up
45. 4 that which I have planted, I will pluck up
Mic. 5. 14 I will pluck up thy groves out of the midst
lO-To root out, ipv aqar.
Eccl. 3. 2 a time to pluck up (that which is) planted
11. To crop, pluck, 7?P, qataph.
Deut 23. 25 thou mayest pluck the ears with thine h
12. To cause to cast away, !)?(? shalak, 5.
Job 29. -17 and I. .plucked the spoil out of his teeth
13. To draw of or out, $$ shalaph.
Kuth 4. 7 a man plucked off his shoe, and gave (it)
li.To snatch, at or away, apirdfa harpazo.
Johnio. 28 neither shall any pluck them out of my
10. 29 and none is able to pluck, .out of my Fa.
15. To cast out, ^K0aA\w ekballo.
Mark 9. 47 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out : it
16. To take out or away, taipf<a exaireo.
Matt. 5. 29 pluck it out, ami cast (it) from thee : for
18. 9 pluck it out, and cast (it) from thee : it is
17.ro dig out, ^opvrrto exoriMl.
Gal. 4. 15 ye would have plucked out your own eyes
18. To pluck or pull, rl\\ta tills.
Matt 1 2. i began to pluck the ears of corn, and to eat
Mark 2. 23 began, as they went, to pluck the ears of
Luke 6. i his disciples plucked the ears of corn, and
PLUCK asunder or away, to
1.7*0 (cause to) turn aside, IID snr, 5.
Lev. i. 16 he shall pluck away his crop with his fe.
2. To draw asunder, Siacrtrdw diaspaii.
Mark 5. 4 chains had been plucked asunder by him
PLUCK down, to
\.To break or throw down, con haras.
Prov.14. i the foolish plucketh it down with her h.
2.To destroy, cut of, lay waste, "!?? shamad, 5.
Xuni33. 52 and quite pluck down all their high places
PLUCK off hair, to
To peel, polish, E-IC marat.
Neh. 13. 25 plucked off their hah-, and made them s.
PLUCK up by the root, to
1. To pluck up, pnj nathash.
2 Ch. 7. 20 Then will I pluck them up by the roots
2.7*0 root out, tKpi6w ekrizoo.
Lukei?. 6 Be thou plucked up by the root, and be
Jude 12 trees..twice dead, plucked up by theroots
PLUCKED (away, off or up), to be
I. To be peeled, polished, B-V? merat.
L)an. 7.4! beheld till the wings thereof were plu.
2.7*0 be pulled away, ncj nasach, 2.
Deut28. 63 ye shall be plucked from off the land
3.7*0 be snatched away, *?} natsal, ti.
Amos 4. : : as a nre brand plucked out of the burning
Zech. 3. 2 (is) not this a brand plucked out of. . flre V
4. To be drawn away or out, pnj nathaq, 2.
Jer. 6. 29 in vain ; for the wicked are not plucked a.
5. To be plucked up, B>nj nathash, 2.
Jer. 31. 40 it shall not be plucked up, nor thrown d.
Dan. ii. 4 his kingdom shall be plucked up, 2ven for
6. To be plucked up, rij nathash, 6.
Eze. 19. 12 he was plucked up in fury, she was cast
7. Torn off, p,a taraph.
Gen. 8. 1 1 in her mouth (was) an olive leaf pluckt off
PLUMB LINE, PLUMMET
I.Plumb line, HjK anak.
Amos 7. 7 (made) by a plumb line, with a plumb line
7. 8 what sest thou ?. And I said, A plumb 1.
7. 8 I will set a plumb line in the midst of my
^.Plummet, n^spp, n^p?*tj mishqoleth, mishqeleth.
; Ki.ii. 13 the line of Samaria, and the plummet of
Tsa. 28. 17 will I lay. .righteousness to the plummet
3.A stone of tin, f>*13 |3tf eben bedil.
Zech. 4. io and shall see the plummet in the hand of
PLUNGE, to
To sprinkle, dip, defile, SjB tabal.
Job 9. 3 1 Yet shall thou plunge me In the ditch, and
PO-CHE -RETH, rnris binding.
A servant of Solomon whose descendants returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 636.
Ezra 2. 57 the children of P. of Zehaim, the children
Neh. 7. 59 the children of J . of Zebaim, the children
POET
A maker, doer, poet, H-OITJTTJS pcietes.
Acts 17. 28 as certain also of your own [poets] have
POINT
I. Turning, slaughter, nn?ht ibchah.
Eze. 21. 15 I have set the point of the sword against
2. Point, nail, psy tsipporen,
Jer. 17. i (is) written .. with the point of a diamond
POINT, to be at the
I. To go, <jo on, ^717 halak.
Gen. 25. 32 I (am) at the point to die ; and what pront
2. To be about to, fie\Au> mello.
John 4. 47 heal his son : for he was at the point of d.
POINT of death
Laxt, extreme point, icrxdrus eschat&s.
Mark 5. 23 My . . daughter lieth at the point of death
POINT out, to
1. To point out, show, indicate, nix avah, 7.
Num 34. 10 ye shall point out your east border from
2. To mark out, niju-i taah, 3.
Nuni34. 7 from the great sea ye shall point out for
34. 8 From mount Hor ye shall point out (your
POINTED ( sharp) thing*
Sharp pointed, pin charuts.
Job 41. 30 he spreadeth sharp pointed things upon
POINTS, in
Over against, just as, n$j| ummah.
Eccl. 5. 16 in all points as he came, so shall he go
POISON
1. Heat, fury, poison, nen chemah.
Deut 32. 24 with the poison of serpents of the dust
32. 33 Their wine (is) the poison of dragons, and
Job 6. 4 the poison whereof drinketh up my spirit
1 sa. 58. 4 Their poison (is) like the poison of a serp.
140. 3 adders poison (is) under their lips. Selah
Z.Venom, vvh rosh.
Job 20. 16 He shall suck the poison of asps : the vip.
3. Poison, venom, 16s ios.
Rom. 3. 13 the poison of asps (is) under their lips
Jas. 3. 8 (it is)an unruly evil, full of deadly poison
POLE
Sigii, banner, cj nes.
Nuni2i. 8 Make., a fiery serpent, and setituponap.
21. 9 a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole
POLICY
Understanding, skill, S:if, *?:r sekel.
Dan. 8. 25 through his policy also he shall cause cr.
POLISHED, polishing, (to be)
1.7*0 clear, purify, TIS barar.
Isa. 49. 2 he hid me, and made me a polished shaft
2. To be hewn, carved, sen chatab, 4.
Psa. 1 44. 12 polished (after) the similitude of a palace
3. /-iright, *?Sp qalal.
Dan. 10. 6 and his feet like in colour to polished br.
4. Cutting, form, polishing, rrj|3 yizrah.
Lam. 4. 7 in body .. their polishing (was) of sapphire
POLLScull,
poll, fyiPJ gulgoleth.
Num. i. 2 of (their) names, every male by their polls
1. 18 twenty years old and upward, by their p.
i. 20, 22 the number of the names, by their p.
3. 47 even take five shekels a piece by the poll
1 Ch. 23. 3 their nnmber by their polls, man by man
23. 24 counted by number of names by their p.
POLL, to
1. 7*0 cut off or down, shave, shear, in gazaz.
Mic. i. 16 and poll thee for thy delicate children
2.7*0 shave, poll one s head, n*7J galach, 3.
2 Sa. 14. 26 And when he polled his head, for it
14. 26 was at every year s end that he polled (it
3. To poll or shear the head, CCJ kasam.
Eze. 44. 20 to grow, .they shall only poll their heads
POLLUTE, to
I. To pollute, Sxj goal, 3.
Mai. i. 7 and ye say.Wherein have we polluted thee
2. 7*o pierce, pollute, ^n chalal, 3.
Exod2o. 25 lift up thy tool, .thou hast polluted it
NumiS. 32 neither shall ye pollute the holy things
Isa. 47. 6 I have polluted mine inheritance, and
56. 6 keepeth the sabbath from polluting it
Jer. 34. 16 polluted my name, and caused every man
Lam 2. 2 hath polluted the kingdom and the princes
Eze. 7. 21 give it. .fora spoil; and they shall pollute
7. 22 they shall pollute my secret (place) : for
13. 19 And will ye pollute me among my people
20. 13 my sabbaths they greatly polluted : then
20. 16 Because they, .polluted my sabbaths: for
20. 21 they polluted my sabbaths : then I said, I
20. 24 had polluted my sabbaths, and their eyes
20. 39 pollute ye my holy name no more with
44. 7 to be in my sanctuary, to pollute it, (even)
Dan. ii. 31 shall pollute the sanctuary of strength
Zeph. 3. 4 her priests have polluted the sanctuary
3. To profane, defile, ^jn chaneph, f>.
Nuni35. 33 shall not pollute the land wherein ye (are)
Jer. 3. 2 and thou hast polluted the land with thy
4. 7*0 defile, make unclean, K:?O tame, 8.
2 Ki.23. 16 polluted it, according to the word of the
2 011.36. 14 polluted the house of the LORD which he
Jer. 7. 30 set. .abominations in the house, .topollu.
Eze. 20. 26 I polluted them in their own gifts, in that
36. 18 their idols (wherewith)they had polluted
5.7*0 make common, pollute, KOIV&U koinoO.
Acts 21. 28 and further, .hath polluted this holypla.
POLLUTE telvei, to
1. To be polluted, SKJ gaal, 2.
Lam. 4. 14 they havf polluted themselves with blood
2. 7*o be defiled, KCB tame, 2.
Eze. 20. 31 ye pollute yourselves with all your idols
POLLUTED, to be
1.7*o be trodden down, D 3 bus, 7a.
Eze. 16. 6 and saw thee polluted in thine own blood
16. 22 and bare, (and) wast polluted in thy blood
2. 7*0 be polluted, ^KJ gaal, 2.
Zeph. 3. i Woe to her that is fllthy and polluted, to
3. 7*0 be polluted, Sxj gaal, 4.
Ezra 2. 62 therefore were they, as polluted, put from
Neh. 7. 64 therefore were they, as polluted, put from
Mai. i. 7 Ye offer polluted bread upon mine altar
i. 12 The table of the LoRD(is) polluted ; and
4. To be pierced, polluted, S^n chalal, 2.
Isa. 48. ii do (it): for how should (my name) be po.
Eze. 20. 9, 14, 22 that it should not be polluted
5. To be profaned, f^n chaneph.
Psa. 106. 38 and the land was polluted with blood
Jer. 3. i shall not that land be greatly polluted ?
6.7*0 be unclean, cp tame.
Eze. 23. 17 she was polluted with them, and her m.
Mic. 2. 10 because it is polluted, it shall destroy (you)
7.7*o be or become unclean, K?B tame, 2.
Jer. 2. 23 I am not polluted, I have not gone after
Eze. 20. 30 Are ye polluted after the manner of your
23. 30 because thou art polluted with their idols
8. To be or become unckan, KCB tame, 4.
Eze. 4. 14 behold, my soul hath not been polluted
9. To make self unclean, KOB tame, 7.
Eze. 14. ii neither be polluted any more with all t.
Hos. 9. 4 all that eat thereof shall be polluted : for
10. Unclean, KOB tame.
Amos 7. 17 thou shalt die in a polluted land : and I.
11. Crooked, slippery, apy aqob.
Hos. 6. 8 Gilead (is) a city . .polluted with blood
POLLUTION
1. Unclean, KCB tame.
Eze. 22. 10 humbled her that was set apart for poll.
^.Pollution, faiffynpa alisgema.
Acts 15. 20 they abstain from pollutions of idols, and
3.Defilement, pollution, ufarrua miasma.
2 Pe. 2. 20 after they have escaped the pollutions of
POLLUX, the twin brother of Castor.
Acts 28. 1 1 in the isle, whose sign was Castor and P.
POMEGRANATE (tree)
Pomegranate, pa"? rimmon.
Exod28. 33 thou shalt make pomegranates (of) blue
28. 34 pomegranate, a golden bell and a pome.
39. 24 made upon the hems . . pomegranates ( t
>0
39. 25 the pomegranates upon the hem of the r.
39. 25 round about between the pomegranates
39. 26 a pomegranate, a bell and a pomegranate
Nrm 13. 23 (they brought) of the pomegranates, and
20. 5 or of figs, or of vines, or of pomegranates
Deut 8. 8 and vines, and fig trees, and iMiniegrana.
i Sa 14. 2 under a pomegranate tree which (is) in
1 Ki. 7. 1 8 that (were) upon the top with jR>megran.
7. 20 the pomegranates (were) two hundred, in
7. 42 hundred pomegranates for the two net w.
7. 42 two rows of pomegranates for i:ne net w.
2 Ki.25- 17 and jiomegranates upon the chapiter rou.
2 Ch. 3. 16 made an hundred pomegranates, and put
4. 1 3 hundred pomegranates on the two wreaths
4. 13 two rows of pomegranates on each wreath
Song 4. 3 temples (are) like a piece of a j>omegranate
4. 13 Tliy plants (are) an orchard of pomegra.
6. 7 As a piece of a pomegranate (are) thy te.
6. ii to see whether . .the pomegranates budded
7. 12 see. .(whether). . the pomegranates bud f.
8. 2 spiced wine of the juice of my pomeprai:.
Jer. 52. 22 iKimegranates upon the chapiters round
52. 22 ami the pomegranates (were) like unto t.
52. 23 were ninety and six pomegranates On a
761 POOR
Jer. 52. 23 the pomegranates upon the net work (w.)
Joel i. 12 the pomegranate tree, the palm tree also
Hag. 2. 19 pomegranate, and the olive tree, liath not
POMMEL
Bowl, oil vessel, nVa gullah.
2 Ch. 4. 12 two pillars, and the pommels, and the c.
4. 12, 13 to cover the two pommels of the cha.
POMP
I. Pride, rising, excellency, jiKJ goon.
Isa. 14. 1 1 Thy pomp is brought down to the grave
Eze 7 "4 I will also make the pomp of the strong to
30. 1 8 the pomp of her strength shall cease in her
32. 12 they shall spoil the pomp of Egypt, and
33. 28 and the pomp of her strength shall cease
2. Wasting, desolation, noise, Jw shaon.
Isa. 5. 14 and their pomp, .shall descend into it
3. Appearance, pomp, Qavraffla phantasia.
Acts 25. 23 when Agrippa was come, .with great po.
POND. POOL
1. Pimdt DJg ayam.
Kxod. 7. 19 stretch out thine hand..upon their ponds
8. 5 Stretch forth thine hand . . over the ponds
Isa. 14. 23 I will also make it. .pools of water: and
19. 10 all that make sluices (and) ponds for fish
35. 7 the parched ground shall become a pool
41. 18 I will make the wilderness a pool of wat.
42. 15 rivers islands, and I will dry up the pools
2. Pool, n;rj3 berakah.
Psa. 84. 6 passing through, .rain also fllleth the po.
S.Pool, njn.3 berekah.
2 Sa. 2. 13 met together by the pool of Gibeon : and
2. 13 one side of the pool, .other side of the p.
4. 12 hanged (them) up over the pool in Hebron
1 Ki.22. 38 washed the chariot in the pool of Samaria
2 Ki.iS. 17 and stood by the conduit of the upper p.
20. 20 how he made a pool, and a conduit, and
Neh. 2. 14 Then I went on. .to the king s pool : but
3 . 15 wall of the pool of Siloah by the king s g.
3. 1 6 to the pool that was made, and unto the
Eccl. 2.61 made me pools of water, to water ther.
Song 7. 4 thine eyes (like) the fish pools in Heshbon
Isa. 7. 3 the end of the conduit of the upper pool
22. 9 ye gathered together the waters of the., p.
22. 1 1 the two walls for the water of the old pool
36. 2 stood by the conduit of the upper pool in
Nah. 2. 8 But Nineveh(is)of old like a pool of water
4. Collection, nij?p miqveh.
Exod. 7. 19 upon all their pools of water, that they
5. Pool, bath, Ko\v/jL&T)8pa kolumbethra.
John 5. 2 Now there is at Jerusalem . . a pool, which
5. 4 [down at a certain season into the pool]
5. 7 have no man . . put me into the pool : but
9. 7 wash in the pool of Siloam, which is, by
9. ii Go to [the pool of] Siloam, and wash : and
PONDER, to
1 . To ponder, cb$ palas, 3.
Prov. 4. 26 Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all
5. 6 Lest thou shouldest ponder the path of
5. 21 the LORD, and he pondereth all his goings
I.To weigh, pmuler, J3l? takan.
Prov 21. 2 right .. but the LORD pondereth the hearts
24. 12 doth not he that pondereth the heart co.
3. To cast together, <rvfj.pd\\u sumballo.
Luke 2. 19 But Mary . . pondered (them) in her heart
PONTIUS, ndvrios.
The name of the Roman governor of Judea. A.D. 26-36.
See Pilate.
Matt 27. 2 they .. delivered him to P. Pilate the gov.
Luke 3. i P. Pilate being governor of Judwa, and H.
Acts 4. 27 P. Pilate, with the Gentiles, .were gathe.
i Ti. 6. 13 who before P. Pilate witnessed a good co.
PON -TTJS, II(Wor.
The N.E. province of Asia Minor, having the Euxine
Sea on the N., Cappadocia on the S., Colchison the E.,
and Paphlagonia and Galatia on the W. It was origin
ally a part of Cappadocia, and a satrapy of the Persian
empire; in 480 B.C. it was given to Artabazes ; in 112-
no Mithridates the Great greatly enlarged it, and
assisted the Greeks against the Scythians, and in 108-
105 he formed connections as far W. as the Danube ;
in 89-85 he lost Bithynia, Cappadocia and Paphlagonia ;
in 84-81 he was still losing, and in 75-64 Pontus became
a Roman province. Its kings were Ariobarzanes II.
B.C. 363; Mithridates II. 337; Mithridates III. 302;
Ariobarzanes III. 266; Mithridates IV. 240; Pharnaces
I. 190, Mithridates V. 156; Mithridates VI. 120; Phar
naces II. 63.
Acts 2. 9 the dwellers in Mesopotamia, .in P., and
1 8. 2 a certain Jew named Aquila, born in P.
i Pe. i. i to the strangers scattered throughout P.
POOR (man)
1. Desirous, needy, poor, jV^x ebyon.
Exod 23. 6 shalt not wrest the judgment of thy poor
23. ii that the poor of thy people may eat : and
Deut 15. 4 Save when there shall be no poor among
15. 7 If there be among you a poor man of one
15. 7 nor shut thine hand from thy poor brother
15. 9 thine eye be evil against thy poor brother
15. ii For the poor shall never cease out of the
/sth. 9. 22 of sending portions . .and gifts to the poor
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Job 5. 15 But he saveth the poor from the sword
29. 1 6 I (was)a father to the poor: and the cause
30. 25 was (not) my soul grieved for the poor?
31. 19 If I have seen . .any poor without covering
Psa. 49. 2 Both low and high, rich and poor, toget.
69. 33 For the LORD heiireth the poor, and desp.
107. 41 Vet setteth he the poor on high from affl.
109. 31 shall stand at the right hand of the poor
112. 9 He hath dispersed, he hath given to the p.
132. 15 I will abundantly . .satisfy her poor with
140. 12 LORD will maintain, .the rightof the poor
Prov. 14. 31 honoureth him hath mercy on the poor
Isa. 29. 19 poor among men shall rejoice in the holy
Jer. 2. 34 the blood of the souls of the poor iniiocf.
20. 13 for he hath delivered the soul of the poor
Amos. 2. 6 because they sold . .the poor for a pair of
5. 12 they turn aside the poor in the gate (from
2.Lean, poor, weak, Vi dal.
Gen. 41. 19 poor and very ill favoured and lean flesh.
Exod23. 3 Neither shalt thou countenance a poor m.
30. 15 poor shall not give less, than half a shek.
Lev. 14. 21 if he (be) poor, and cannot get so much
19. 15 shalt not respect the person of the poor
Judg. 6. 15 my family (is) jwor iu Mauasseh, and I
Ruth 3. io followedst not young men, whether poor
1 Sa. 2. 8 He raiseth up the poor out of the dust
Job 5. 16 So the poor hath hope, and iniquity stop.
20. io His children shall seek to please the poor
20. 19 he. .oppressed (and) hath forsaken the p.
31. 16 If I have withhefd the poorfrom (their) d.
34. 19 regardeth the rich more than the poor?
34. 28 So that they cause the cry of the poor to
Psa. 41. i Blessed (is) he that considereth the poor
72. 13 He shall spare the poor and needy, and
82. 3 Defend the poor and fatherless ; do just.
82. 4 Deliver the poor and needy : rid (them)
113. 7 He raiseth up the poor out of the dust
Prov. io. 15 the destruction of the poor (is) their pov.
14. 31 He that oppresseth the poor reproacheth
19. 4 the poor is separated from his neighbour
19. 17 He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth
21. 13 stoppeth his ears at the cry of the poor
22. o, for he giveth of his bread to the poor
22. 16 He that oppresseth the poor to increase
22. 22 Rob not the poor, because he (is) poor, neit.
28. 3 man that oppresseth the poor (is like) a
28. 8 gather it for him that will pity the poor
28. ii poor that hath understanding searcheth
28. 15 (so is) a wicked ruler over the poor peop.
29. 7 righteous considereth the cause of the p.
29. 14 The king that faithfully judgeth the poor
Isa. ii. 4 with righteousness shall he judge the po.
14. 30 first born of the poor shall feed, and the
25. 4 For thou hast been a strength to the poor
Jer. 5. 4 Surely these (are) poor ; they are foolish
39. io left of the poor of the people, which had
Amos 2. 7 dust of the earth on the head of the poor
4. i which oppress the poor, which crush the
5. ii as your treading (is) upon the poor, and
8. 6 That we may buy the poor for silver, and
Zeph. 3. 12 leave . .an afflicted and poor people, and
3. Poverty, iceakness, n^ dallah.
2 Ki. 25. 12 left of the poor of the land (to be) vine
Jer. 40. 7 poor of the land, of them that were note.
52. 15 carried away captive (certain) of the poor
52. 16 left (certain) of the poor of the land for
4. Thy army (?), nj>n chelekah.
Pea. io. 8 his eyes are privily set against the poor
io. 14 the poor committeth himself untb tliee
5. One that lacks, lioop machsor.
Prov2i. 17 Hethatloveth pleasure (shall be)apoorm.
Q.Poor, useful, ]rpp misken.
Eccl. 4. 13 Better (is) a poor and a wise child than an
9. 15 Now there was found in it a poor wise m.
9. 15 yet no man remembered that same poor m.
9. 1 6 nevertheless the poor man s wisdom (is)
7.Humble, poor, njy aneh.
Dan. 4. 27 by showing mercy to the poor ; if it may
8 Poor, oj)prcssed, ;j, ani [v.L. i:*].
Job 24. 4 poor of the earth hide themselves togeth.
Psa. 9. 18 expectation of the poor shall (not) perish
Prov 14. 21 buthe that hath mercy on the poor, happy
Isa. 32. 7 deviseth wicked devices to destroy the p.
Amos 8. 4 even to make the poor of the land to fail
9. Poor, oppressed, )j ani.
Exod 22. 25 money to (any of) my people (that is) poor
Lev. 19. io thou shalt leave them for the poor and s.
23. 22 thou shalt leave them unto the poor, and
Deut 15. ii to thy poor, and to thy needy, in thy land
24. 12 if the man (be) poor, thou shalt not sleep
24. 14 not oppress an hired servant(that is) poor
24. 15 for he (is) poor, and setteth his heart upon
Job 24. 9 They pluck., and take a pledge of the poor
24. 14 rising with the light killeth the poor and
29. 12 Because I delivered the poor that cried
36. 6 preserveth . .but giveth right to the poor
36. 1 5 He delivereth the poor in his affliction, and
Psa. 9. 1 8 expectation of the poor shall (not) perish
10. 2 The wicked., doth persecute the poor: let
io. 9 he lieth in wait to catch the poor : he do.
io. 9 catch the poor, when he drawethhim into
12. 5 For the oppression of the poor, for the s.
14. 6 Ye have shamed the counsel of the poor
34. 6 This poor man cried, and the LORD heard
35. io which deliverest the poorfrom him that
35. io poor and the needy from him that spoileth
Psa. 37. 14 cast down the poor and needy, (and) to s.
40. 17 But I (am) poor and needy ; (yet) the L.
68. io hast prepared of thy goodness for the po.
69. 29 But I (arn) i<oor arid sorrowful : let thy g.
70. 5 But I (am) poor and needy ; make hasta
72. 2 He shall judge, .thy poor with judgment
72. 4 He shall judge the pour of the people, he
72. 12 he shall deliver, .the poor also, and (him)
74. 19 forget not the congregation of thy poor
74. 21 let the poor and needy praise thy name
86. i Bow down thine ear. .for I (am) poor and
109. 16 but persecuted the poor and needy man
109. 22 poor and needy, and my heart is wounded
Prov 14. 21 he that hath mercy on the poor, happy
30. 14 to devourthe poor from otf the earth, and
31. 9 and plead the cause of the poor and needy
Eccl. 6. 8 what hath the poor, that knoweth to walk
Isa. 3. 14 the spoil of the poor (is) in your houses
3. 15 grind the faces of the poor? saith the L.
io. 2 take away the right from the poor of my
10. 30 cause it to be heard unto Laish, O poor A.
14. 32 and the poor of his people shall trust in it
26. 6 feet of the poor, (and) the steps of the n.
32. 7 devices to destroy the poor with lying w.
41.17 (When) the poor and needy seek water, and
58. 7 that thou bring the poor that are cast out
66. 2 to (him that is) poor, and of a contrite s.
Jer. 22. 16 judged the cause of the poor and needy
Eze. 16. 49 strengthen the hand of thepoorand needy
18. 12 Hath oppressed the poor and needy, hath
18. 17 hath taken offhis hand from the poor,(th.)
22. 29 have vexed the poor and needy; yea they Amos 8. 4 even to make the poor of the land to fail
Hal). 3. 14 their rejoicing (was) as to devour the poor
Zech. 7. io oppress not the widow, .nor the poor; and
11. 7 feed the flock, .(even) you, O poor of the
11. ii so the poor of the flock that waited upon
-To be poor, impoverished, rn rush.
1 Sa. 18. 23 seeing that I (am)a poor man, and lightly
2 Sa. 12. i two men. .the one rich, and the other po.
12. 3 But the poor (man) had nothing, save one
12. 4 took the poor man s lamb, and dressed it
Prov io. 4 He becometh poor that dealeth (with) a
13. 8 his riches : but the poor heareth not reb.
13. 23 Much food (is in) the tillage of the poor
14. 20 The poor is hated even <,>f his own neigh.
17. 5 Whoso mockeththe poor reproacheth his
1 8. 23 The poor useth entreaties ; but the rich a.
19. i Better (is) the poor that walketh in his i.
19. 7 All the brethren of the poor do hate him
19. 22 kindness : and a poor man (is) better than
22. 2 The rich and poor meet together : the L.
22. 7 The rich ruleth over the poor, and the b.
28. 3 A poor man that oppresseth . .(is like) as.
28. 6 Better (is) the poor that walketh in his u.
28. 27 He that giveth unto the poor shall not 1.
29. 13 The poor and the deceitful man meet to.
Eccl. 4. 14 that is) born in his kingdom becometh p.
5. 8 If thou seest the oppression of the poor
\\.AjfflictecL, C x^nchelkaim [V.L.C KJ *?~chel kaini],
Psa. io. io that the poor may fall by his strong ones
12. Labourer, poor man, itivi\s penfs.
2 Co. 9. 9 he hath given to the poor : his righteous.
13. Very poor, irtvixpos penichros.
Luke2i. 2 saw also a certain poor widow casting in
14. Trembling, poor, TTTUIX^S ptochos.
Matt 5. 3 Blessed (are) the poor in spirit : for theirs
11. 5 the poor have the gospel preached to th
19. 21 sell that thou hast, and give to the poor
26. 9 been sold for much, and given to the po.
26. 1 1 For ye have the poor always with you ; but
Markio. 21 give to the poor, and thou shalt have tre.
12. 42 there came a certain [poor] widow, and
12. 43 this poor widow hath cast more in than
14. 5 have been sold. .and. .given to the poor
14. 7 For ye have the poor with you always, and
Luke 4. 1 8 anointed me to preach, .to the poor; he
6. 20 Blessed (be ye) poor : for yours is the kin.
7. 22 how that . .to the poor the gospel is pre.
14. 13 when thou makest a feast, call the poor
14. 21 bring in hither the poor, and the maimed
1 8. 22 distribute unto the poor, and thou shalt
19. 8 the half of my goods I give to the poor
21. 3 this poor widow hath cast in more than
John 12. 5 was not this ointment . . given to the p. ?
12. 6 he said, not that he cared for the poor, but
12. 8 For the poor always ye have with you; b.
13. 29 that he should give something to the po.
Rom. 15. 26 certain contribution for the poor saints
2 Co. 6. io as poor, yet making many rich ; as having
Gal. 2. io that we should remember the poor ; the
Jas. 2. 2 there come in also a poor man in vile ra.
2. 3 say to the poor, Stand thou there, or sit
2. 5 Hath not God chosen the poor of this wo.
2. 6 But ye have despised the poor. Do not
Rev. 3. 17 art wretched, and miserable, and poor
13. 1 6 rich and poor, free and bond, to receive
POOR or poorer, to be, become, or wax
\.To become impoverished, v~T, yarasli, 2.
Prov 30. 9 Who (is) the LORD ? or lest I be poor, ani
2. To be or become low or poor, Tpc muk.
Lev. 25. 25 If thy brother be waxen poor, and hath
25. 35 if thy brother be waxen poor, and fallen
25. 39 if thy brother, .be waxen poor, and besold
25. 47 thy brother (thatdwelleth
1
) by him wax p.
27. 8 But if he be poorer than thy estimation
POOR 762 POSSESS
3. To be or become poor, trruxtvca ptocheud.
3 Co. 8. 9 he became poor, that ye through his pov.
POOR, to make (self)
I, To dispossess, en; yarash, 5.
1 Sa. 2. 7 The LORD jnaketh poor, and makethrich
2. To impoverish self, s?n rush, 7a.
Prov 13. 7 (there is) that maketh himself poor, yet
POOREST lort
Poverty, weakness, njn dallah.
2 Ki. 24. 14 the poorest sort of the people of the laud
POPLAR
Poplar, nja^ libneh.
Gen. 30. 37 Jacob took him rods of green poplar, and
Hos. 4. 13 burn incense. .under oaks and poplars and
POPULOUS
I.A multitude, one flourished, jiox amon.
Nah. 3. 8 Art thou better than populous No, that
2. Numerous, abundant, 31 rab.
Deut 26. 5 became, .nation, great, mighty, and pop.
PO-RA -THA, K07B.
One of the sons of Haniau the Agagite B.C. 510.
Esth. 9. 8 And P., and Adalia, and Aridatha
PORCH
l.Porch, arch, oW, cfm ulam.
i Ki. 6. 3 the porch before the temple of the house
7. 6 he made a porch of pillars ; the length
7. 6 the porch (was) before them ; and the (o.)
7. 7 he made a porch forthe throne where he
7. 7 the porch of judgment : and (it was) cov.
7. 8 house.. (had) another court within the po
7. 8 made also an house, .like unto this porch
7. 12 cedar beams.. for the porch of the house
7. 19 chapiters, .(were) of lily work in the por.
7. 21 the pillars in the porch of the temple
1 Ch.28. ii gave to Solomon, .the pattern of the po.
2 Ch. 3. 4 porch that (was) in the front (of the ho.)
8. 12 altar.. which he had built before the po.
15. 8 altar, .that (was) before the porch of the
29. 7 they have shut up the doors of the porch
39. 17 on the eighth day.. came they to the por.
Eze. 8. 16 between the porch aud the altar, (were)
40. 7 by the porch of the gate within . . one reed
40. 8 measured also the porch of the gate with
40. 9 the porch of the gate . . the porch of the
40. 15 unto the face of the porch of the inner
40. 39 in the porch of the gate (were) two tables
40. 40 side, which (was) at the porch of the gate
40. 48 he brought me to the porch of the house
40. 48 measured (each) post of the porch, five c.
40. 49 The length of the porch (was) twenty cu.
41. 15 inner temple, aud the porches of the co.
41. 25 planks upon the face of the porch without
41. 26 on the sides of the porch, and (upon) the
44. 3 enter by the way of the porch of (that)g.
46. 2 enterbythe wayof theporchof (that)gate
46. 8 go in by the way of the porch of (that) g
Joel 2. 17 weep between the porchand thealtar.and
"LPorch, pnpa misderon.
Judg. 3. 23 Ehud went forth through the porch, and
3. Vestibule, irpoav\iov proaulion.
Marki4. 68 went out into the porch ; and the cock
\.A gateway, -nvX&v pulon.
Matt 26. 71 when he was gone out into the porch, an.
5. A standing place, portico, arod stoa.
John 5. 2 Now there is. .a pool, .having five porches
10. 23 walked in the temple, in Solomon s porch
Acts 3. 1 1 in the porch that is called Solomon s
5. 12 all with one accord in Solomon s porch
POR-CI -US, TIopKios.
The procurator of the Jews who succeeded Felix A.D.
60, and who sent Paul to Rome.
Acts 24. 27 after two years P. Festus came into Felix
PORT--
Gate, ~\yy shaar.
Neh. 2. 13 the dragon well, and to the dung port
PORTER
1. To (at) the yate, ~\yp shaar.
1 Ch. 16. 42 And the sons of Jeduthun (were) porters
I.Gate keeper, lyir sheer.
2 Sa. 18. 26 the watchman called unto the porter, and
2 KI. 7. 10 came and called unto the porter of the
7. 1 1 he called the porters ; and they told (it)
i Ch. 9. 17 the porters (were) Shallum, and Akkub
9. 1 8 they (were) porters in the companies of
9. 21 the son of Meshelemiah (was) porterof the
9. 22 All these .. chosen to be porters in the p.
9. 24 In four quarters were the porters, toward
9. 26 the four chief porters, were in (their) set
15. 18 with them. .Obed-edom, and Jeiel, the p.
16. 38 son of Jeduthun, and Hosah, (to be) port.
23. 5 four thousand (were) porters ; and four
26. i Concerningthedivisionsof the porters: Of
26. 12 Among these., the divisions of the porters
*6. 19 the divisions of the porters among the sons
. 8. 14 the porters also by their courses at every
23. 4 third part, .(shall be) porters of the doors
3- 19 he set the porters at the gates of the house
3 - 14 the porter toward the east, (was) overthe
34- 13 (there were) scribes, and officers, and po.
35- 5 the porters (waited) at every gate; theym
Ezra 2. 42 The children of the porters : the children
2. 70 the porters, aud the Nethinims, dwelt in
7. 7 singers, and the porters, and the N ethin.
10. 74 of the porters; Shallum, and Telem, and
Neh. 7. i the porters and the singers and the Lcvi.
7. 45 The porters : the children of Shallum, the
7. 73 Levites, and the porters, and the singers
10. 28 the porters, the singers, the Nethinims
10. 39 the priests that minister, and the porters
11. 19 porters : Akkub, Talmon, and their breth.
12. 25 Talmon, Akkub, (were) porters, keeping
12. 45 the porters kept the ward of theirGod, aud
12. 47 the portions of the singers and the porters
13. 5 Levites, and the singers, and the porters
B.Oate or door keeper, JTJR tara.
Ezra 7. 24 porters, Nethinims, or ministers of this
4. Door keeper, gate keeper, 6vpup6s thurOros.
Mark 1 3. 34 and commanded the porter to watch
J ohn ic. 3 To him the porter opeueth ; and the sheep
PORTION
\.To lay or keep Iwld on, TPIN achaz.
Num. 31. 30 thou shalt take one portion of fifty, of
31. 47 Moses took one portion of fifty, (both) of
1.A word, thing, matter, n3T dabar.
2 Ch.3i 16 his daily portion lor their service in their
Neh. 12. 47 and the porters, every day his portion : and
Job 26. 14 but how little a portion is heard of him?
Jer. 52. 34 every day a portion until the day of his
3.^1 cord, line, portion, Van, iin chebel.
Josh 17. 5 there fell ten portions to Manasseh, besi.
17. 14 one portion to inherit, seeing I (am) a
19. 9 the portion of the children of Judah(was)
Eze. 47. 13 the land.. Joseph (shall have two)portious
4. A portion, share, p^n cheleq.
Gen. 14. 24 the portion of the men which went with
14. 24 Eshcol, aud Mamre ; let them take theirp.
31. 14 (Is there) yet any portion or inheritance
Lev. 6. 17 their portion of my offerings made by fire
Nuni3i. 36 the portion of them that went out to war
Deut 1 8. 8 They shall have like portions to eat, be.
32. 9 For the LORD S portion (is) his people ; J.
1 Ki.i2. 16 saying, What portion have we in David?
2 Ki. 9. 10 dogs shall eat Jezebel in the portion of J.
9. 36 In the portion of Jezreel shall dogs eat
9. 37 upon the face of the field in the portion
2 Ch. 10. 1 6 saying, What portion have we in David?
Neh. 2. 20 but ye have no portion, nor right, nor m.
Job 20. 29 This (is) the portion of a wicked man from
27. 13 This (is) the portion of a wicked man w.
31. 2 For what portion of God (is there) from
Psa. 17. 14 men of the world, (which have)their por.
73. 26 strength of my heart, and my portion for
119. 57 (Thou art) my portion, O LORD : I have
142. 5 Thou (art) my refuge (and) my portion in
Eccl. 2. 10 and this was my portion of all my labour
2. 21 therein shall he leave it (for) his portion
3. 22 for that (is) his portion : for who shall
5.18 which God giveth him ; for it (is) his por.
5. 19 take his portion, and to rejoice in his la.
9. 6 neither have they any more a portion for
9. 9 for that (is) thy portion in
(this) life, and
ii. 2 Give a portion to seven, and also to eight
Isa. 17. 14 This (is) the portion of them that spoil us
57. 6 of the stream (is) thy portion ; they, they
61 7 confusion they shall rejoice in their port.
Jer. i o. 1 6 The portion of Jacob (is) not like them : for
51. 19 The portion of Jacob (is) not like them
Lam. 3. 24 iX)RD (is) my portion, saith my soul ; the.
Eze. 45. 7 over against one of the portions, from the
48. 21 over against the portions for the prince
Hos. 5. 7 month devour them with their portions
Mic. 2. 4 he hath changed the portion of my people
Hab. 1. 16 because by them their portion (is) fat, and
Zech. 2. 12 LORD shall inherit Judah his portion in
5.Portion, share, p^n chalaq.
Ezra 4. 16 by this means thou shalt have no portion
Dan. 4. 15, 23 and (let) his portion (be) with the be.
Q.Portion, share, n^Sn chelqah.
Deut 33. 21 (in) a portion of the law giver, (was he)
2 Ki. 9. 21 met him in the portion of Naboth the Je.
9. 25 cast him in the portion of the field of N.
Job 24. 1 8 their portion is cursed in the earth : he
Jer. 12. 10 they have trodden my portion under foot
12. 10 have made my pleasant portion a desolate
7.A statute, portinn, ph choq.
Gen. 47. 22 had a portion, .and did eat their portion
Prov 31. 15 She. .giveth. .a portion to her maidens
8. Course, division, njj^ng machaloqeth.
Eze. 48. 29 these (are) their portions, saith the Lord
9. Portion, part, .^9 majiah.
1 Sa. i. 4 to all her sons and her daughters, portions
i. 5 unto Hannah he gave a worthy portion
9. 23 Bring the portion which I gave thee, of
2 Ch. 31. 19 to give portions to all the males among
Neh. 8. losendportionsuntothemforwhomnothing
8. 12 to send portions, and to make great mirth
Esth. 9. 19, 22 and of sending portions one to another
Psa. 16. 5 LORD (is) the portion of mine inheritance
Jer. 13.25 thy lot, the portion of thy measures from
10. Portion, part, ry? menath.
2 Ch.3i. 3 (He appointed) also the king s portion of
31. 4 to give the portion of the priests and the
Neh. 12. 44 the portions of the law for the priests
12. 47 portions of the singers and the porters
13. 10 I perceived that the portions of the Lev.
Psa. ii. 6 T pon the wicked . . the portion of their c.
63. 10 They, .they shall be a portion for foxes
II. The mouth, .19 peh.
Deut2i. 17 by giving him a double portion of all
2 Ki. 2. 9 let a double portion of thy spirit be upon
12. The shoulder, cyy shekem.
Gen. 48. 22 I have givento thee one portion above thy
13. Part, portion, share, division, Mp01 ineros.
Matt24. 51 appoint (him) his portion with the hypo.
Lukeiz. 46 appoint him his portion with tin- onKli.
15. 12 give me the portion of goods that falleth
PORTION of meat
1.A portion of food, J2ri5 pathbag.
Dan. i. 8 with the portion of the king s meat, nor
i. 13 that eat of the portion of the king s meat
1.15 which did eat the portion of the king s m.
i. 16 Melzar took away the portion of their m.
ii. 26 they that feed of the portion of his meat
2.A measure of corn, criro^fTpiov sitometrion.
Lukei2. 42 to give (them their) portion of meat indue
PORTION, to take away a
To apportion, share, p"?ri chalaq.
2 Ch.28. 21 took away a portion (out) of the house of
POSSESS, to
l.To strengthen, possess, jpn chasan, 5.
Dan. 7. 1 8 possess the kingdom for ever, even for e.
7. 22 came that the saints possessed the kingd.
2. To possess, take possession of, eH; yarash.
Gea 22. 17 seed shall possess the gate of his enemies
24. 60 possess thegate of those which hate them
Lev. 20. 24 I will give it unto you to Assess it, a land Num 13. 30 Let us go up at once, and possess it ; for
21. 24 possessed his land from Arnon unto Jab.
21. 35 they smote him. .and they possessed his
27. ii unto his kinsman . .and he shall possess
33. 53 for I have given you the land to possess
36. 8 that possesseth an inheritance in any tri.
Deut. i. 8 possess the land which the LORD sware
i. 21 possess (it), as the LORD God of thy fath.
1. 39 will I give it, and they shall possess it
2. 24 begin to possess (it), and contend with h.
2. 31 begin to possess, that thou mayest inner.
3. 12 this land, (which) we possessed at that t
3. 18 God hath given you this land to possess
3. 20 they also possess the land which the LORD
4. i possess the land which the LORD God of
4. 5 in the land whither ye go to possess it
4. 14 the land whither ye go over to possess it
4. 22 shall go over, and possess that good land
4. 26 land whereunto ye go over Jordan to po.
4. 47 they possessed his land, and the land of
5. 31 the land which I give them to possess it
5. 33 live, .in the land which ye shall possess
6. i in the land whither ye go to possess it
6. 18 and possess the good land which the LORD
7. i the land whither thou goest to possess it
8. i possess the land which the LORD sware
9. i to possess nations greater and mightier
9. 4 hath brought me in to possess this land
9. 5 Not for thy righteousness . . dost thou . . p.
9. 6 not this good land to possess it for thy ri.
9. 23 possess the land which I have given you
10. ii possess the land which I sware unto their
n. 8 possess the land, whither ye go to possess
11. 10 the land, whither thou goest into possess
ii. ii the land, whither ye go to possess it, (is)
ii. 23 shall possess greater nations and mightier
ii. 29 the land whither thou goest to possess it
ii. 31 to possess the land which the LORD your
11. 31 and ye shall possess it, and dwell therein
12. i the LORD God . .giveth thee to possess it
12. 2 the nations which ye shall possess served
12. 29 whither thou goest to possess them, and
15. 4 giveth. .(for) an inheritance to possess it
17. 14 shalt possess it, and shalt dwell therein
1 8. 14 these nations, which thou shalt possess
19. 2, 14 LORD thy God giveth thee to possess
21. i the LORD thy God giveth thee to possess
23. 20 the land whither thou goest to possess it
25. 19 giveth thee (fortan inheritance to possess
26. i come in unto the land, .and possesses! it
28. 21, 63 off the land whither thou goest to pos.
30. 5 fathers possessed, and thou shalt possess
30. 16 in the land whither thou goest to possess
30. 1 8 thou passest over Jordan to go to possess
31. 3 will destroy . . and thou shalt possess them
31. 13 whither ye go over Jordan to possess it
32. 47 whither ye go over Jordan to possess it
33. 23 O Naphtali . . possess thou the west and the
Josh. i. ii to go in to possess the land, which the
i. ii LORD your God giveth you to possess it
i. 15 they also have possessed the land which
12. i possessed their land on the other side J.
18. 3 to go to possess the land, which the LORD
19. 47 smote, .and possessed it, and dwelt ther.
21. 43 and they possessed it. and dwelt therein
23. 5 ye shall possess their land, as the LORD
24. 4 I gave unto Esau mount Seir, to possess
24. 8 that ye might possess their land ; and I
Judg. 2. 6 unto his inheritance to possess the land
3. 13 went.. and possessed the city of palm trees
ii. 21 so Israel possessed all the land of the A.
ii. 22 they possessed all the coasts of the Amo.
n. 23 dispossessed, .and shouldest thou possess
1 1. 24 Wilt not thou possess . . them will we pos.
18. 9 slothful to go. .to enter to possess the la.
i Ki.2i. 18 whither he is gone down to possess it
POSSESS 763 POT
.? Ki.i7. 24 they possessed Samaria, and dwelt in the
i Ch.aS. 8 that ye may possess this good land, and
Kzra 9. ii The land, unto which ye go to possess it
>eh. 9. 15 possess the land which thou hadst sworn
9. 22 they jwssessed the land of Sihon, and the
9. 23 broughtest . . that they should go in to po.
9. 24 So the children went in and possessed the
9. 25 possessed houses full of all goods, wells
Isa. 14. 21 nor possess the land, nor till the face of
34. ii the bittern shall possess it; the owl also
34. 17 they shall possess it for ever, from gene.
61. 7 in their land they shall possess the double
63. 1 8 The people of thy holiness have possessed
Jer. 30. 3 to the land . . and they shall possess it
32. 23 they came in, and possessed it; but they
Eze. 7 . 24 and they shall possess their houses: I will
33. 25 shed blood : and shall ye possess the laud
33. 26 ye defile, .and shall ye possess the land?
35. 10 shall be mine, and we will possess it
36. 12 they shall possess thee, and thou shall be
Hos. 9. 6 nettles shall possess them: thorns (shall)
Amos 2. 10 led you . .to possess the land of the Amo.
9. 12 they may possess the remnant of Kdom
Obad. 17 the house of Jacob shall possess their po.
19 shall possess the mount, .they shall poss.
20 captivity . . shall possess the cities ot the s.
Hab. i. 6 to possess the dwelling places., not theirs
5. To (cause to)possess, take possess ion, V~i,yarash,5.
Numi4. 24 the land, .and his seed shall possess it
4. To inherit, ?nj nachul.
Isa. 57. 13 he that putteth . .trustin me shall possess
Zeph 2. 9 remnant of my people shall possess them
6. To inherit for one s self, Vnj nachul, 7.
Isa. 14. 2 the house of Israel shall possess them in
6. To acquire, set up, njj? qanah.
Psa. 139. 13 thou hast possessed my reins : thou hast
Prov. 8. 22 The LORD possessed me in the beginning
7. To hold down or firm, Karfxu katecho.
1 Co. 7. 30 they that buy, as though they possessed
2 Co. 6. 10 having nothing, and (yet) possessing all
8. To acquire, possess, Kra.0fj.ai ktaomai.
Luke 1 8. 12 I fast. .1 give tithes of all that I possess
21. 19 In your patience possess ye your souls
i Th. 4. 4 should know how to possess his vessel in
POSSESS, to cause, give, make
1. To cause to take possession, trv yarash, 5.
Judg ii. 24 Chemosh thy god giveth thee to possess?
Job 13. 26 makest me to possess the iniquities of my
2. To cause to inherit, 70} nachal, 5.
Zech. 8. 12 will cause the remnant .. to possess all th.
POSSESS, to be made to
To be caused to inherit, "?ni nachal, 6.
Job 7. 3 So am I made to possess months of vanity
POSSESSED (withX to be
I. To be laid hold of or on, tax achaz, 2.
Josh.22. 9 whereof they were possessed, according
2.To take possession, BH; yarash.
Josh. 13. i remaineth yet very much land to be poss.
3. To be acquired, possessed, .t^ qanah, 2.
Jer. 32. 15 vineyards shall be possessed again in this
4. To have, hold, *xu ccfl -
Acts 8. 7 came out of many that were possessed (w.
16. 16 damsel possessed with a spirit of divinat.
POSSESSED with or of devils, to be
To be demonized, be as a demon, $aifi,0i>ionai.
Matt. 4. 24 those which were possessed with devils
8. 16 many that were possessed withdevils : and
8. 28 there met him two possessed with devils
8, 33 what was befallen to the possessed of the d.
9. 32 brought to him a. man possessed with a d.
12. 22 one possessed with a devil, blind and du.
Mark i. 32 and them that were possessed withdevils
5. 15 see him that was possessed with the devil
5. 16 befell to him that was possessed with thed.
5. 1 8 he that had been possessed with the devil
Luke 8. 36 he that was possessed of the devils was
POSSESSETH, things which one
Possessions, substance, ra virdpxovTa. ta huparchon.
Luke 12. 15 abundance of the things which he posse.
Acts 4. 32 things which he possessed was his own
POSSESSION
\.Possession, what is held fast, njrw achuzzah.
Gen. 17. 8 Canaan, loran everlasting possession; and
23. 4 give me a possession of a burying place
23. 9, 20 for a possession of a burying place
36. 43 habitations in the land of their possession
47. 1 1 gave them a possession in the land of E.
48. 4 give this land, .(for) an everlasting pos.
49. 30 bought, .for a possession of a burying pi.
50. 13 bought, .for a possession of a burying p.
Lev. 14. 34 Canaan, which I give to you for a posses.
14. 34 in a house of the land of your possession
25. 10, 13 shall return every man unto his poss.
25. 24 in all the land of your possession ye shall
25. 25 hath sold away (some) of his possession
25. 27 that he may return unto his possession
25. 28 and he shall return unto his possession
25. 32 the houses of the cities of their possession
25- 33 city of his possession, shall go out in (the
25. 33 their possession among the children of I.
25. 34 may not be sold ; for it (is) their.. posses.
Lev. 25. 41 unto the possession of hiafathers shall he
25. 45 land : and they shall be your possession
25. 46 to inherit (them for) a possession ; they
27. 16 sanctify, .(some part) of a field of his po.
27. 21 the possession thereof shall be the priest s
27. 22 which (is) not of the fields of his possession
27. 24 to him to whom the possession of the la.
27. 28 beast, and of the field of his possession
Nuni27. 4 a possession among the brethren of our
27. 7 thou shalt surely give them a possession
32. 5 given unto thy servants for a possession
32. 22 this land shall be your possession before
32. 29 give them the land of Gilead for a posse.
32. 32 that the possession of our inheritance on
35. 2 give . . of the inheritance of their possess.
35. 8 of the possession of the children of Israel
35. 28 shall return into the land of his possess.
Deut32. 49 unto the children of Israel for a possess.
Josh 21. 12 gave they to Caleb, .for his possession
21.41 All the cities of the Levites within the p.
22. 4 unto the land of your possession, which
22. 9 to the land of their possession, whereof
22. 19 if the land of your possession (be) unclean
22. 19 unto the land of the possession of the L.
1 Ch. 7. 28 their possessions and habitations (were)
9. 2 inhabitants that (dwelt) in their possess.
2 Ch.n. 14 left their suburbs, and their possession
31. i returned, every man to his possession, into
Neh. ii. 3 dwelt every one in his possession in their
Psa. 2. 8 uttermost parts of the earth (for) thy po.
Eze. 44. 28 no possession in Israel ; I (am) their pos.
45. 5 for a possession for twenty chambers
45. 6 ye shall appoint the possession of the city
45. 7 of the possession . .before the possession
45. 8 In the land shall be his possession in Is.
46. 1 6 it (shall be) their possession by inherita.
46. 1 8 thrust them out of their possession; (but)
46. 18 sons inheritance out of his own possession
46. 18 scattered every man from his possession
48. 20 ye shall offer, .with the possession of the
48. 21 of the possession of the city, over against
48. 22 from the possession, .and from the poss.
^.Possession, occupancy, n^~r yereshah.
Nuni24. 18 Edom shall be a possession, Seir also shall
24. 18 be a possession for his enemies ; and Isr.
^.Possession, occupancy, .ty"v yerushshah.
Deut. 2. 5 given mount Seir unto Esau (for) a poss.
2. 9 I will not give thee of their land (for) a p.
2. 9 Ar unto the children of Lot (for) a posse.
2. 12 Israel did unto the land of his possession
2. 19 for I will not give thee. .(any) possession
2. 19 unto the children of Lot (for) a possession
3. 20 ye return every man unto his possession
Josh. 1. 15 ye shall return unto the land of your po.
12. 6 gave it (for) a possession unto the Reub.
12. 7 gave unto the tribes of Israel (for) aposs.
2 Ch.2o. ii to come to cast us out of thy possession
^-Possession, cnia morash.
Isa. 14. 23 I will also make it a possession for the b.
Obad. 17 house of Jacob shall possess their posses.
5. Possession, occupancy, n^nio morashah.
Eze. ii. 15 unto us is this land given in possession
25. 4 deliver thee to themenof the eastforap.
25. 10 will give them in possession, that the A.
36. 2 the ancient high places are ours in poss.
36. 3 ye might be a possession unto the residue
36. 5 appointed my land into their possession
6. Work, deed, niyyo maaseh.
i Sa. 25. 2 man in Maon, whose possessions (were)
7. Acquisition, possession, .iij?s miqneh.
Gen. 26. 14 he had possession of flocks, and possession
1 Ch.23. i overall the substance and possession of
2 Ch.32. 29 possessions of flocks and herds in abund.
Eccl. 2. 7 also I had great possessions of great and
S. Acquisition, possession,
"
Ji? ? miqnah.
Gen. 23. 18 Unto Abraham for a possession in the p.
9. Inheritance, njpj nachalah.
Num26. 56 According to the lot shall the possession
10. Foot, Sj^ regel.
Deut ii. 6 the substance that (was) in their possess.
1 l.Possession,occupation, holdingfirm, Kardtrxfcr^s.
Acts 7. 5 that he would give it to him for a posses.
7. 45 brought in with Jesus into the possession
12. Possession, acquisition, KTTJ/UO ktiima.
Mattig. 22 went away sorrowful: for he had great p.
Mark 10. 22 went away grieved : for he had great po.
Acts 2. 45 sold their possessions and goods, and pa.
5. i certain man named Ananias, .sold a pos.
13. .A little place, spot, xwpiov chdrion.
Acts 28. 7 In the same quarters were possessions of
POSSESSION, purchased
Acquirement, jrepnroi^o .j peripoiesis.
Eph. i. 14 the redemption of the purchased posses.
POSSESSION, to get, take, have in
1. To be laid or kept hold of or on, inx achaz, 2.
Gen. 34. 10 trade ye therein, and get you possessions
47. 27 they had possessions therein, and grew
Nuni32. 30 they shall have possessions among you in
Josh 22. 19 take possession among us ; but rebel not
2. To take or have in possession, en; yarash.
i Ki.2i. 15 take possession of the vineyard of Naboth
21. 16 rose up to go down, .to tak possession
21. 19 Hast thou killed, and also takeu possess.
Psa. 44. 3 For they got not the land in possession
69. 35 may dwell there, and have it in possession
83. 12 take to ourselves the houses of God in p.
3. To inherit, Sn} nachal.
Prov 28. 10 upright shall have good (things) in poia.
POSSESSOR
1. To acquire, get, set up, n}jj qanah.
Gen. 14. 19, 22 most high God, possessor of heaven
Zech ii. 5 Whose possessors slay them, and hold
2. A possessor, acquirer, Kri\r<ap
ktetor.
Acts 4. 34 for as many as were possessors of lands
POSSIBLE
1. Powerful, able, capable, Svvar6f dunatos.
Mattig. 26 but with God all things are possible
24. 24 if (it were) possible, they shall deceive
26. 39 if it be possible, let this cup pass from me
Mark 9. 23 all things (are) possible to him that beli
10. 27 with God : for with God all things are p.
13. 22 to seduce, if (it were) possible, even the
14. 35 if it were possible, the hour might pas
14. 36 Father, all things (are) possible unto thee
LukeiS. 27 impossible with men are.possible with G
Acts 2. 24 it was not possible that he should be ho.
20. 16 hasted, if it were possible for him, to be at
Rom 12. 18 If it be possible, as much as lieth in you
Gal. 4. 15 if (it had been) possible, ye would have p.
2. To be able, capable, Svya.fj.ai dunamai.
Acts 27. 39 if it were possible, to thrust in the ship
POSSIBLE, not
Not able, not capable, aStWros adunatos.
Heb. 10. 4 not possible that the blood of bulls and
POST, (door or side)
l.A ram, post, S:N ayil.
Eze. 40. 9 the posts thereof, two cubits ; and the p.
40. 10 posts had one measure on this side ana
40. 14 He made also posts of threescore cubits
40. 14 the post of the court round about the gate
40. 16 to their posts, .and upon (each) post (w.)
40. 21, 29, 33, 36 the posts thereof, and the arc.
40. 24 measured the posts thereof, and the arc.
40. 26 another on that side, upon the posts th.
40. 31, 34, 37 and palm trees (were) upon the p.
40. 37 the posts thereof (were)toward the outer
40. 38 entries thereof (were) by the posts of the
40. 48 measured (each) post of the porch, five c.
40. 49 pillars by the posts, one on this side, and
41. i measured the posts, six cubits broad on
41. 3 measured the post of the door two cubit*
2. Pedestal, HQN ammah.
Isa. 6. 4 posts of the door moved at the voice of
3. Side post, nwo mezuzah.
Exodi2. 7 strike (it) on the two side posts and on
12. 22 strike the lintel and the two side posts
12. 23 he seeththe blood, .on the two side posts
21. 6 bring him to the door, or unto the door p.
Deut. 6. 9 thou shalt write them upon the posts of
11. 20 shalt write them upon the door posts of
Judgi6. 3 took the doors of the gate, .and the two p.
i Sa. i. 9 Eli the priest sat upon a seat by a post of
1 Ki. 6. 31 lintel (and) side posts (were) a fifth part
6. 33 made he for the door of the temple posts
7. 5 all the doors and posts (were) square, w.
Prov. 8. 34 mygates, waitingatthe posts of my doora
Isa. 57. 8 Behind the doors also and the posts hast
Eze. 41. 21 The posts of the temple (were) squared
43. 8 their post by my posts, and the wall be.
45. 19 put (it) upon the posts of the house, and
45. 19 upon the posts of the gate of the inner c.
46. 2 shall stand by the post of the gate, and
4. Threshold, lintel, *\y saph.
2 Ch. 3. 7 He overlaid also the house . . the posts, and
Eze. 41. 16 The door posts, and the narrow windows
Amos 9. i Smite the lintel, .that the posts may shake
POSTERITY
1. After, nnx achar.
1 Ki. 16. 3 will take away the posterity.. and the po.
21. 21 will take away thy posterity, and will cut
Psa. 49. 13 yet their posterity approve their sayingi
2. Latter end, n -inx acharith.
Psa. 109. 13 Let his posterity be cut off; (and) in the
Dan. ii. 4 not to his posterity, nor according to hia
Amos 4. 2 take you away with hooks, and your post.
3. Generation, "Ai dor.
Num. 9. 10 If any man of you or of your posterity shall
4. Remnant, rest, residue, n^.W sheerith.
Gen. 45. 7 to preserve you a posterity in the earth
POSTS
Runners, }
pn ruts.
2 Ch.3o. 6 So the posts went with the letters from
30. 10 So the posts passed from city to city thr.
Esth. 3. 13 letters were sent by posts into all the ki.
3. 15 posts went out, being hastened by the k.
8. 10 sent letters by posts on horseback, (and)
8. 14 posts that rode upon mules (and) camels
Job 9. 25 Nowmy days are swifter than a post: they
Jer. 51. 31 One post shall run to meet another, and
POT
I. Pot, IIDN asuk.
2 Ki. 4." 2 not any thing in the house, save a pot of
2. Goblet, cup, calyx, y 3J gabia.
Jer. 35. 5 I set. .pots full of wine, and cups, and I
POTENTATE 764 POURED
3. Kettle, basket, in dud.
Job 41. 20 smoke, as (out) of a seething pot or cald.
1 sa. 8t. 6 his hands were delivered from the pots
4. Vessel, ^3 Mi.
Lev. 6. 28 and if it be sodden in a brasen pot, it shall
5. Pot, TpsiV.
Exod 1 6. 3 when we sat by the flesh pots, (and) when
38. 3 made all the vessels of the altar, the pots
i Ki. 7.45 pots, and the shovels, and the basing : and
a Ki. 4. 38 Set on the great pot, and seethe pottage
4. 39 came and shred (them) into the pot of po.
4. 40 man of God, (there is) deatli in the pot. Ami
4. 41 bring meal : and he cast (it) into the pot
4. 41 eat. And there was no harm in the pot
25. 14 pots, and the shovels, and the snuffers, and
a Ch. 4. ii Hiirain made the pots, and the shovels
4. 16 pots also, and the shovels, and the flesh
35. 13 sod they in pots, and in caldrons, and in
Job 41. 31 He maketh the deep to boil like a pot; he
Psa. 58. 9 Before your pots can feel the thorns, he
60. 8 Moab (is) my wash pot ; over Edom will
108. 9 Moab (is) my wash pot ; over Edom will
Eccl. 7. 6 For as the crackling of thorns under a pot
Jer. i. 13 I see a seething pot ; and the face thereof
Eze. 24. 3 Set on a pot, set (it) on, and also pour w.
24. 6 to the pot whosescum(is)therein,and wh
Mic. 3. 3 as for the pot, and as flesh within the ca.
Zech.i4. 2 the pots in the LORD S house shall be like
14. 21 every pot in Jerusalem and in Judah shall
Q.Pan, pot, Tip parur.
Judg. 6. 19 he put the broth in a pot, and brought
j Sa. 2. 14 into the pan, or kettle, or caldron, or pot
7 . Basket, pot, nflfflf tsintseneth.
Exodi6. 33 Take a pot, and put an omer full of man
8. Hooks, G Ryp shephattayim.
Psa. 68. 13 Though ye have lien amongthe pots, (yet)
9. A measure, (l^jmte English], {fVrrjs xestes.
Mark 7. 4 the washing of cups, and pots, brasen ve.
7. 8 [the washing of pots and cups : and many]
10. A pot, jar, trrdnvos stamnos.
Heb. 9. 4 the golden pot that had manna, and Aar.
[See also Fining, ointment, ranges, washpot.]
POTENTATE
One that is powerful, Swdtrrris dunastes.
i Ti. 6. 15 the blessed and only potentate, the king
PO TT-PHAR, iJTBiS.
An officer of Pharaoh and captain of the guard, to whom
Joseph was sold by the Midianites. B.C. 1730.
Gen. 37. 36 the Midianites sold him. .unto P., an offi.
39. i P. . .bought him of the hands of the Ishm.
PO-TI PHE -RAH, jn? "BiB.
A priest of On (or Heliopolis), father of Asenath,
Joseph s v.-ife. B.C. 1730.
Gen. 41. 45 he gave him to wife, .the daughter of P.
41. 50 which Asenath the daughter of P. . .bare
46. 20 which Asenath the daughter of P. ..bare
POTSHERD
Potsherd, earthenware, arm cheres.
Job 2. 8 he took him a potsherd to scrape himself
Psa. 22. 15 My strength is dried up like a potsherd
Prov.26. 23 (like) a potsherd covered with silverdross
Isa. 45. 9 the potsherd (strive) with the potsherds
POTTAGE
Pottage, T7} nazid.
Gen. 25. 29 Jacob sod pottage : and Esau came from
25. 34 Jacob gave Esau bread and pottage of le.
aKi. 4. 38 seethe pottage for the sons of the prophets
4. 39 came and shred (them) into the pot of po.
4. 40 as they were eating of the pottage, that
Hag. 2. 12 bread, or pottage, or wine, or oil, or any
POTTER
1. To form, fashion, frame, make, iy; yatsar.
i Ch. 4. 23 These (were) the potters, and those that
Psa. 2. 9 dash them in pieces like a potter s vessel
Isa. 29. 1 6 shall be esteemed as the potter s clay
30. 14 the potter s vessel that is broken in pieces
41. 25 upon princes, .as the potter treadeth clay
64. 8 we (are)theclay, and thou our potter: and
Jer. 18. 2 go down to the potter s house, and there
18. 3 I went down to the potter s house ; and
18. 4 vessel . was marred in the hand of the p.
1 8. 4 as seemed good to the potter to make (it)
18. 6 cannot I do with you as this potter? saith
18. 6 astheclay(is)inthepotter shand, so (are)
19. i Go and get a potter s earthen bottle, and
19. ii as (one) breaketh a potter s vessel, that
Lam. 4. 2 pitchers, the work of the hands of the p. Zech ii. 13 Cast it unto the potter: a goodly price
n. 13 cast them to the potter in the house of
2. Potter, -/!$ pechar.
Dan. 2. 41 part of potter s clay, and part of iron, the
3. A potter, Kfpa/j.fus kerameus.
Matt27. 7 and bought with them the potter s field
27. 10 gave them for the potter s field, as the L.
Kom. 9. 21 Hath not the potter power over the clay
4. Belonging to a potter, earthen, KipautKOs keram.
KCV. 2. 27 as the vessels of a potter shall they be b.
POUH1. -
I.Afimah, a pound weight, n# maneh.
i Ki.io. 17 three pound of gold went to one shield
Ezra 2. 69 five thousand pound of silver, and one
Neh. 7. 71 thousand and two hundred pound of silv.
7. 72 thousand pound of silver, and threescore
1.A Mina, sum of nifnt-i/, /xi/5 mna.
Lukeig. 13 delivered them ten pounds, and said unto
19. 16 Lord, thy pound hath gained ten pounds
19. :8 Lord, thy pound hath gained five pounds
19. 20 (here is) thy pound, which I have kept 1.
19. 24 said unto them. .Take from him the pound
19. 24 and give (it) to him that hath ten pounds
10. 25 said unto him, Lord, he hath ten pounds
S.Litro, a pound, \irpa litra (Lat. libra).
Johni2. 3 a pound of ointment of spikenard, very
19. 39 and aloes, about an hundred pound (wei.)
POUR (down or out), to
1 . To drop, drop down, *fa dalaph.
Job 16. 20 (but) mine eye poureth out (tears) unto G.
2. To rejine, pour down, ppj zaqaq.
Job 36. 27 they pour down rain according to the
3. 7*o pour or be poured out, DIJ zaram, 3a.
Psa. 77. 17 the clouds poured out water ; the skies
4. To cast, pour out, py; yatsaq.
Gen. 28. 1 8 stone, .and* poured oil upon the top of it
35. 14 drink offering thereon, and he poured oil
Exodag. 7 an(l pour (it) upon his head, and anoint h.
Lev. 2. i he shall pour oil upon it, and put franki.
2. 6 Thou shalt part it in pieces, and pour oil
8. 12 he poured of the anointing oil upon Aar.
8. 15 poured the blood at the bottom of the
9. 9 poured out the blood at the bottom of the
14. 15 pour (it) into the palm of his own left h.
14. 26 the priest shall pourof the oil in to thepa.
Num. 5. 15 he shall pour no oil upon it, nor putfran.
1 Sa. 10. i poured (it) upon his head, and kissed him
2 Sa. 13. 9 poured (them) out before him : but he re.
1 Ki.iS. 33 pour (it) on the burnt sacrifice, and on the
2 Ki. 3. ii which poured water on the hands of Eli.
4. 4 shalt pour out into all those vessels, and
4.40 So they poured out for the men to eat: and
4. 41 Pour out for the people, that they may eat
9. 3 pour (it) on his head, and say, Thus saith
9. 6 he poured the oil on his head, and said
Isa. 44. 3 will pour water upon him that is thirsty
44. 3 I will pour my Spirit upon thy seed, and
Eze. 24. 3 Set on a pot, set (it) on, and also pour w.
5. 7"o pour out, ps; yatsaq, 3, 5.
2 Ki. 4. 5 So she went from him., and she poured
6. To cause to flow out, JO} naba, 5.
Prov. i. 23 I will pour out my spirit unto you, I will
15. 2 the mouth of fools poureth out foolish.
13. 28 the mouth of the wicked poureth out evil
7. To cause to run, pour out, ij} nagar, 5.
Psa. 75. 8 he poureth out of the same: but the dregs
Jer. 18. 21 pour out their (blood) by the force of the
Mic. i. 6 I will pour down the stones thereof into
8. To give jn} nathan.
Lev. 14. 18 he shall pour upon the head of him that
Nuni24. 7 He shall pour the water out of hisbuckets
Isa. 45. 8 and let the skies pour down righteousness
10.7*0 pour out, Tip} nasah.
Exod30. 9 neither shall ye pour drink offering there.
Isa. 29. 10 the LORD hath poured out upon you the
11. 7*o pour out, T|p} nasak, 3.
1 Ch.it. 1 8 David would not drink (of) it, but poured
12. To pour out, TIC} nasak, 5.
Gen. 35. 14 he poured a drink offering thereon, and
2 Sa. 23. 1 6 would not drink, .but poured it out unto
2 Ki. 16. 13 poured his drink offering, and sprinkled
Jer. 7. 18 to pour out drink offerings untoother gods
19. 13 poured out drink offerings unto other gods
32. 29 poured out drink offerings untoothergods
44. 17, 18, 19, 25 pour out drink offerings unto
44. 19 when we . .poured out drink offerings unto
Eze. 20. 28 and poured out there their drink offerings
13. To pour out, melt, Tin} nathak, 5.
Job 10. 10 Hast thou not poured me out as milk, and
14. 7*o make naked, bare, empty, rnj; arah, f>.
Isa. 53. 12 because he hath poured out his soul unto
15. To pour out, p s tsuq,
Job 29. 6 and the rock poured me out rivers of oil
Isa. 26. 1 6 poured out a prayer (when) thy chastening
16. To draw out, empty, jmruq, 5.
Mai. 3 . 10 pour you out ablessing, that (there shall)
17. 7*o pour or shed out, HSy shaphak.
Exod. 4. 9 pour (it) upon the dry (land) : and the w.
29. 12 pour all the blood beside the bottom of
Lev. 4. 7 shall pour all the blood of the bullock at
4. 1 8, 30, 34 shall pour out all the blood
4. 25 shall pour out his blood at the bottom of
14. 41 and they shall pour out the dust that they
17- 13 he shall even pour out the blood thereof
Deuti2. 1 6, 24 shall pour it upon the earth as water
15. 23 shalt pour it upon the ground as water
Judg. 6. 20 and pour out the broth. And he did so
i Sa. 1.15 have poured"out my soul before the LORD
7. 6 poured (it) out before the LORD, and fasted
Job 12. 21 He poureth contempt upon princes, and
1 6. 13 he poureth out my gall upon the ground
Psa. 42. 4 I pour out my soul in me : for I had gone
62. 8 pour out your heart before him : God
(is)
69. 24 Pour out thine indignation upon them, and
Psa. 79. 6 Pour out thy wrath upon the heathen that
102. title poureth out his complaint before the L.
107. 40 He poureth contempt upon princes, and
142. 2 I poured out my complaint before him ; I
Isa. 42. 25 poured upon him the fury of his anger
57. 6 to them hast thou poured a drink offering
Jer. 6. ii will pour it out upon the children abroad
10. 25 Pour out thy fury upon the heathen that
14. 1 6 for I will pour their wickedness upon th.
Lam. 2. 4 he stood, .he poured out his fury like fire
2. 19 pour out thine heart like water before
4. 1 1 he hath poured out his fierce anger, and
Eze. 7. 8 Now will I shortly pour out my fury upon
9. 8 thy pouring out of thy fury upon Jerusa.
14. 19 and pour out my fury upon it in blood
16. 15 pouredst out thy fornications on every one
20. 8 I will pour out my fury upon them, to a.
20. 13, 21 I would pour out my fury upon them
21.31! will pour out mine indignation upon th.
22. 22 I the LORD have poured out my fury upon
22.31 I poured out mine indignation upon them
23. 8 and they, .poured their whoredom upon
24. 7 she poured it not upon the ground, to c.
30. 15 will pour my fury upon Sin, the strength
36. 18 I poured my fury upon them for the blood
39. 29 I have poured out my spirit upon the ho.
Hos. 5. 10 I will pour out my wrath upon them like
Joel 2. 28 I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh
2. 29 And.. in those days will I pour out my sp. Amos 5. 8 poureth them out upon the face of the
9. 6 poureth them out upon the face of the
Zeph. 3. 8 to pour upon them mine indignation, (e.) Zech 12. 10 I will pour upon the house of David, and
18. To pour out, IKYCCD ekcheo.
John 2. 15 pouredout the changers money, and over
Acts 2. 17 I will pour out of my spirit upon all flesh
2. 18 will pour out in those days of my spirit
Rev. 16. i pour out the vials of the wrath ofGod.upon
16. 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 12, 17 angel poured out his vial
19. To pour out, inxvw ekchunO.
Acts 10. 45 was poured out the gift of the Holy Ghost
20. TV) mix, infuse, ntpavvvfn kerannumi -6u>-
Rev. 14. 10 which is poured out without mixture into
21. To cast, throw, &a\\<a balld.
Matt 26. 12 she hath poured this ointment on my body
Johni3- 5 he poureth water into abasoii. and began
22. To pour down, Karax* katacheii.
Matt26. 7 poured (it) on his head, as he sat (at m.)
Marki4. 3 brake the box, and poured (it) on his h.
POUR in, to
To pour upon, iirixtui epicheo.
Lukeio. 34 pouring in oil and wine, and set him on
POURED, (down, forth, out), to be
1.7*o be poured forth, ~p; yasak.
Exodso. 32 Upon man s flesh shall it not be poured
2. To be poured out, py; yatsaq, 6.
Lev. 21. 10 upon whose head the anointing oil was p.
Psa. 45. 2 grace is poured into thy lips : therefore
3. To be poured out, T|nj nathak.
2 Ch.i2. 7 my wrath shall not be poured out upon
34. 25 my wrath shall be poured out upon this
Job 3. 24 roarings are poured out like the waters
Jer. 42. 1 8 so shall my fury be poured forth upon you
44. 6 and mine anger was poured forth, and wag
Dan. 9. 1 1 the curse is poured upon us, and the oath
9. 27 that determined shall be poured upon the
4. To be drawn away or out, ~rt} nathak, 2.
Exod 9. 33 the rain was not poured upon the earth
2 Ch.34. 21 the wrath of the LORD that is poured out
Jer. 7. 20 fury shall be poured out upon this place
42. 1 8 my fury hath been poured forth upon the
Nah. i. 6 his fury is poured out like fire, and the
5. To be poured out, ~ty nagar, 6.
Mic. i. 4 waters (that are) poured down a steep p.
6. 7"o be emptied, .T$ arah, 2.
Isa. 32. 15 Until the spirit be poured upon us from
7. 7*o be emptied out, pn ruq, 6.
Song i. 3 thy name (is as) ointment poured forth
8. 7V> pour or shed out, ?t yf shaphak.
Eze. 20. 33 with fury poured out, will I rule over you
20. 34 stretched out arm . . with fury poured"out
9. To be poured or shed out, ~KT shiqihak, 2.
Deuti2. 27 the blood, .shall be poured out upon the
i Ki. 13. 3 the ashes, .upon it shall be poured out
13. 5 and the ashes poured out from the altar
Psa. 22. 14 I am poured out like water, and all my
Lam. 2. ii my liver is poured upon the earth, for the
Eze. 16. 36 Because thy fllthiness was poured out
10. To be poured or shed out, "C^ shnphak, 4.
Zeph. i. 17 their blood shall be poured out as dust
11. To pour self out, ~5^ shaphak, 7.
Job 30. 16 And now my soul is poured out upon me
Lam. 2. 12 when their soul was poured out into their
4. i the stones of the sanctuaryare poured out
1 2. Pouring out, ?t jc* shephek.
Lev. 4.12 place, where the ashes are poured out, and
4. 12 where the ashes are poured out (hall he
POURED, to cause to be
7*0 (cause to) pour out, ~f} nasak, 5.
Num28. 7 cause the strong wine to be poured unto
POURTRAY 765 POWER
POURTRAY
1. To grace, ppn chaqaq.
Eze. 4. i pourtray upon it the city, (even) Jerusalem
23. 14 images of the Chaldeans pourtrayed with
2. To be graved, n(jn chaqah, 4.
Eze. 8. 10 pourtrayed upon the wall round about
23. 14 when she saw men pourtrayed upon the
POVERTY
\.Lack, ton cheser.
Prov 28*. 22 cousidereth not that poverty shall come
2. Lack; nioo? mach-sor.
I rov it. 24 withholdeth. .but (it tendeth) to poverty
3. Poverty, !<?. resh.
Prov. 6. 1 1 So shall thy poverty come as one that tr.
30. 8 give me neither poverty nor riches ; feed
4. Poverty, &1 resh.
I rov 10. 15 the destruction of the poor (is) their pov.
13. 18 Poverty and shame (shall be to) him that
24. 34 So shall thy poverty come (as) one that
5. Poverty, v*l rish.
Prov 28. 19 he that followeth . . shall have poverty en.
31. 7 Let him drink, and forget his poverty, and
6. Poverty, beggary, irrii>x
f < ptocheia.
2 Co. 8. 2 poverty abounded unto the riches of their
8. 9 that ye through his poverty might be rich
Rev. 2. 9 know thy works, and tribulation, and po.
POVERTY, to come to
To Income dispossessed, poor, en; yarash, 2.
Gen. 45. ii lest thou, and thy house. . .come to poverty
Prov 20. 13 Love not sleep, lest thou come to poverty
23. 21 and the glutton shall come to poverty; and
POWDER
1.Small crushed powder, p3K abaq.
Deut 20. 24 shall make the rain of thy land powder
2. Small crushed powder, np,?K abaqah.
Song 3. 6 perfumed . . with all powders of the mere.
3. Dust, isy aphar.
2 Ki.23* 6 to powder, and cast the powder thereof
23. 15 stamped (it) small to powder, and burned
POWDER, to grind or beat to
1 . To be small, beaten small, pp^ daqaq.
Exod32. 20 burnt (it) in the fire, and ground (it) to p.
2. To beat small, pp^ daqaq, 5.
2 Ch-34. 7 had beaten the graven images into powder
3. To winnow, shatter, \iK/j.dta likmao.
Matt 21. 44 whomsoever, .it will grind him to powder
Luke 20. 1 8 whomsoever. . it will grind him to powder
POWER
1. Might, strength, SN el.
Gen. 31. 29 It is in the power of my hand to do you
Prov. 3. 27 when it is in the power of thine hand to
Mic. 2. i because it is in the power of their hand
Z.Might, .Tina geburah.
i Ch.29- ii Thine, O Lord, (is), .the power, and the g.
Job 26. 14 but the thunder of his power who can u.
Psa. 21. 13 strength: (so) will we sing and praise thy p.
65. 6 Which.. setteth..(being) girded with pow.
66. 7 He ruleth by his power for ever ; his eyes
71. 1 8 (and) thy power to every one (that is) to
106. 8 that he might make his mighty power to
145. ii They shall speak, .and talk of thy power
3. Word of might, rnia? -\yi [dabar]. (
Job 41. 12 I will not conceal his parts, nor his power
l.Arm, yii| zeroa.
Psa. 79. ii according to the greatness of thy power
Eze. 17. 9 even without great power or many people
22. 6 every one were in thee to their power to
5. Force, valour, S?n chayil.
1 Sa. 9. i a Benjamite, a mighty man of power
2 Sa. 22. 33 God (is) my strength (and) power : and he
1 Ch.2o. i Joab led forth the power of the army, and
Ezra 4. 23 and made them to cease by force and po.
Esth. i. 3 powerof Persia and Media, the nobles and
8. ii all the power of the people and province
Job 21. 7 live, become old, yea, are mighty in power
Psa. 59.11 scatter them by thy power; and bring them
no. 3 (shall be) willing in the day of thy power
Zech. 9. 4 and he will smite her power in the sea
6. Strength, jprr chesen.
Dan. 2. 37 hath given thee a kingdom, power, and
4. 30 by the might of my power, and for the
7.Hand, T yad.
Deut 32. 36 when he seeth that (their) power is gone
Josh. 8. 20 they had no power to flee this way or that
2 Ki.ig. 26 their inhabitants were of small power.they
Job i. 12 Behold, all that he hath (is) in thy power
5. 20 and in war from the power of the sword
Prov 1 8. 21 Death and life (are) in the power of the
Isa. 37. 27 inhabitants (were) of small power, they w.
47. 14 shall not deliver themselves from the po.
i)an. 6. 27 whohath delivered Daniel from the power
12. 7 to scatter the power of the holy people
Hos. 13. 14 I will ransom them from the power of the
8. Power, n3 koach..
Gen. 31. 6 know that with all my power I have served
Exod 9. 16 for to show (in) thee my power ; and that
15. 6 Thy right hand, .is become glorious in p.
3. it hast brought forth., with great power, and
N 110114. 17 let the power of my lord be great, accor.
Deut. 4. 37 brought thee out. .with his mighty power
8. 17 My power and the might <f (mine) hand
8. 18 for (it is) he that giveth thee power to get
9. 29 broughtest out by thy mighty power and
Josh 17. 17 a great people, and hast great power: thou
1 Sa. 30. 4 wept, until they had no more power tow.
2 Ki. 17. 36 who brought you up. .with great power
1 Ch.29. 12 thine hand (is) power and might ; and
2 Ch.i4. ii many, or with them that have no power
20. 6 in thine hand (is there not) power and m.
22. 9 the house of Ahaziah had no power to k.
25. 8 God hath power to help, and to cast down
26. 13 that made war with mighty power, to help
Neh. i. 10 thou hast redeemed by thy great power
Job 23. 6 Will he plead against me with . .great po.
24. 22 draweth also the mighty with his power
26. 2 How hast thou helped (him . . ) without p.
26. 12 He divideth the sea with his power, and
36. 22 God exalteth by his power : who teacheth
37. 23 (he is) excellent in power, and in judgm.
Psa. in. 6 showed his people the power of his works
147. 5 Great (is) our LORD, and of great power
Eccl. 4. i on the side of. .oppressors (there was) p.
Isa. 40. 26 for that (he is) strong in power ; not one
40. 29 giveth power to the faint ; and to (them
50. 2 have I no power to deliver? behold, at my
Jer. 10. 12 He hath made the earth by his power.Bie
27. 5 by my great power and by my outstretch.
32. 17 by thy great power and stretched out arm
51. 15 He hath made the earth by his power, he
Dan 8. 6 and ran unto himdn the fury of his power
8. 7 no power in the ram to stand before him
8. 22 kingdoms shall stand . . not in his power
8. 24 power shall be mighty . .by his. .power
ii. 6 she shall not retain the power of the arm
11. 25 shall stir up his power and his courage
Mlc. 3. 8 I am full of power by the spirit of the L.
Nah. i. 3 LORD (is) slow to anger, and great in pow.
2. i make (thy) loins strong, fortify (thy) po.
Hab. i. u (imputing) this his power unto his god
Zech. 4. 6 Not by might, nor by power, but by my
9.Palm, hand, p kaph.
Hab. 2. 9 may be delivered from the power of evil
10. Rule, ffyfiy? memshalah.
2 Ch-32. 9 against Lachish, and all his power with
11. Strength, iy az.
Gen. 49. 3 of dignity, and the excellency of power
12.Strength, hardness, iy oz.
Lev. 26. 19 I will break the pride of your power; and
Ezra. 8. 22 his power and his wrath (is) against allth.
Psa. 59. 16 I will sing of thy power ; yea, I will sing
62. 1 1 heard this, that power (belongeth) unto
63. 2 To see thy power and thy glory, so (as) I
66. 3 through the greatness of thy power shall
78. 26 by his power he brought in the south w.
90. n Who knoweth the power of thine anger?
150. i praise him in the firmament of his power
Ez6. 30. 6 the pride of her power shall come down
Hab. 3. 4 and there (was) the hiding of his power
IB. Strong, hard, ny izzuz.
Isa. 43. 17 chariot and horse, the army and the power
Ik.Rule, dominion, fiaJV shilton.
Eccl. 8. 4 where the word of a king (is, there is) p.
8. 8 neither (hath he) power in the day of de.
15.Might, substance, niDi^n taatsumoth.
Psa. 68. 35 giveth strength and power unto (his) pe.
16. Strength, might, iph toqeph.
Esth 10. 2 the acts of his power, and of his might
17.Power of the hand, i; *?x el yad.
Neh. 5. 5 neither (is it) in our power (to redeem t.)
18. Beginning, principality, apx^l arche.
Luke2o. 20 the power and authority of the governor
19. Ability, power, 5vt/a/j.is dunamis.
Matt. 6. 13 [the kingdom, and the power, and the g.]
22. 29 not knoweth the Scriptures, nor the pow.
24. 29 the powers of the heavens shall be shaken
24. 30 coming in . . with power and great glory
26. 64 sitting on the right hand of power, and
Mark 9. i seen the kingdom ofGod come with power
12. 24 know not the Scriptures, neither the po.
13. 25 powers that are in heaven shall be shaken
13. 26 in the clouds with great power and glory
14. 62 sitting on the right hand of power, and
Luke i. 17 in the spirit and power of Elias, to turn
i. 35 power of the Highest shall overshadow t.
4. 14 Jesus returned in the power of the spirit
4. 36 with authority and power he commandeth
5.17 power of the Lord was (present) to heal t.
9. i power and authority over all devils, and
10. 19 and overall the power of the enemy : and
21. 26 for the powers of heaven shall be shaken
21. 27 in a cloud, with power and great glory
22. 69 on the right hand of the power of God
24. 49 until ye be endued with power from on
Acts i. 8 ye shall receive power, after that the
3. 12 by our own power or holiness we had ma.
4. 7 By what power, or by what name, have ye
4. 33 with great power gave the apostles witness
6. 8 Stephen, full of faith and power, did gr.
8. 10 saying, This man is the great power of G.
10. 38 Jesus, .with the Holy Ghost and with p.
Rom. i. 4 declared (to be) the Son of God with po.
i. 16 the power of God unto salvation to every
i. 20 his eternal power and Godhead ; so that
8. 38 nor powers, nor things present, nor things
Rom. 9. 17 I might show my power in thee, and that
15. 13 abound, .through the power of the Holy
15.19 wonders, by the power of the spirit of God
1 Co. i. 18 unto us which are saved it is the power
1. 24 the power of God, and the wisdom of (JoU
2. 4 demonstration of the spirit and of power
2. 5 the wisdom of men, but in the power of Q.
4. 19 not the speech of them . .but the power
4. 20 kingdom of God (is) not in word, but in p.
5. 4 with the power of our Lord Jesus Christ
6. 14 and will also raise up us by his own power
15. 24 put down all rule and..Authority and po.
15. 43 is sown in weakness ; it is raised in power
2 Co. 4. 7 the excellency of the power may be of Q.
6. 7 by the power of God, by the armour of r.
8. 3 For to (their) power, I bear record, yea
8. 3 beyond (their) power, (they were) willing
12. 9 that the powerof Christ may rest upon ru
13. 4 crucified, .yet he liveth by the power of
13. 4 shall live, .by the power of God toward
Eph. i. 19 the exceeding greatness of his power to
3. 7 given, .by the effectual working of his p.
3. 20 according to the power that worketh in
Phil. 3. 10 the power of his resurrection, and the
1 Th. i. 5 in power, and in the Holy Ghost, and in
2 Th. t. ii and fulfil, .the work of faith with power
2. 9 all power and signs and lying wonders
2 Ti. i. 7 of power, and of love, and of a sound m.
i. 8 partaker, .according to the power of God
3. 5 godliness, but denying the power thereof
Heb. i. 3 upholding all . . by the word of his power
6. 5 tasted . .the powers of the world to come
7. 16 Who is made, .after the powerof an end.
1 Pe. i. 5 Whoare kept bythepowerofGod through
3. 22 and powers being made subject unto him
2 Pe. i. 3 his divine power hath given unto us all
1. 1 6 power and coming of our Lord Jesus Chr.
Rev. 4. ii to receive glory and honour and power
5. 12 the Lamb that was slain to receive power
7. 12 power, and might, (be) unto our God for
11. 17 thou hast taken to thee thy great power
13. 2 the dragon gave him his power, and his
15. 8 from the glory of God, and from his pow.
17. 13 shall give their power and strength unto
19. i honour, and power, unto the Lord our G.
20. The power, rb Svvardv to dunalon.
Rom. 9. 22 to make his power known, endured with
21 . Privilege, authority, 4ovcria exousia.
Matt. 3. 6 Son. .hath power on earth to forgive sins
9. 8 God, which had given such power untom.
10. i gave them power (against) unclean spirits
28. 18 All power is given unto me in heaven and
Mark 2. 10 the Son. .hath power on earth to forgive
3. 15 to have power to heal sicknesses, and to
6. 7 and gave them power over unclean spirits
Luke 4. 6 this power will I give thee, and the glory
4. 32 astonished, .for his word was with power
5. 24 hath power upon earth to forgive sins
10. 19 give unto you power to tread on serpents
12. 5 after he hath killed hath power to cast
12. ii bring you..(unto) magistrates, and powers
22.53 this is your hour, and . . power of darkness
John i. 12 gave he power to become the sons of God
10. 18 power to lay it down, and I have power
17. 2 As thou hast given him power over all fl.
19. 10 have power to crucify thee, and have po.
19. ii couldest have no power(at all) against me
Acts i. 7 which the Father hath put in his own p.
5. 4 was it not in thine own power? why hast
8. 19 Give me also this power, that on whom.
26. 1 8 (from) the power of Satan unto God, that
Rom. 9. 21 Hath not the potter power over the clay
13. i Let every soul be subject unto the. .pow.
13. i there is no power but of God : the powers
13. 2 Whosoever therefore resisteth the power
13. 3 Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power?
1 Co. 7. 37 hath power over his own will, and hath
9. 4 Have we not power to eat and to drink?
g. 5 Have we not power to lead about a sister
9. 6 or . . have not we power to forbear working
9. 12 If others be partakers of (this) power over
9. 12 we have not used this power; but suffer
9. 1 8 that I abuse not my power in the gospel
n. 10 ought the woman to have power on (her)
2 Co. 13. 10 the power which the Lord hath given me
Eph. i. 21 power, and might, and dominion, and ev.
2. 2 to the prince of the power of the air, the
3. 10 principalities and powers in heavenly
6. 12 against powers, against the rulers of the
Col. 1.13 delivered us from the power of darkness
1. 16 or dominions, or principalities, or powers
2. 10 the head of all principality and power
2. 15 having spoiled principalities and powers
2 Th. 3. 9 Not because we have not power, but to
Titus 3. i be subject to principalities and powers
Jude 25 dominion and power, both now and ever
Rev. 2. 26 to him will I give power over the nations
6. 8 power was given unto them over the four.
9. 3 and unto them was given power, as
p. 3 the scorpions of the earth have power
9. 10 their power (was) to hurt men five inont.
9. 19 their power is in their mouth, and in
n. 6 These have power to shut heaven, that it
u. 6 have power over waters to turn them to
12. 10 the kingdom of our God, and the power
13. 4 dragon which gave power unto the beast
13. 5 power was given unto him to continue f.
13. 7 powerwasgivenhimoverallkindreds.and
13. 12 all the power of the first beast before him
14. 18 another angel., which had power over fire
16. 9 God, which hath power over these plagues
POWER 760 PRAISE
Kev. 17. 12 receive power as kings one hour with the
18. i come down from heaven, having great p.
20. 6 on such the second death hath no power
22. Strength, force, lirxv* ischus.
2 Th. i. 9 be punished . . from the glory of his power
2 Pe. 2. 1 1 which are greater iu power and might
$&. Strength, power, xpdros kratos.
Eph. i. 19 according to the working of his mighty p.
6. 10 be strong in the Lord, and in the power of
Col. i. ii according to his glorious power, unto all
i Ti. 6. 16 to whom (be) honour and power everlast.
Heb. 2. 14 destroy him that had the power of death
Kev. 5. 13 glory, and power, (be) unto him that sit.
POWER, in great
Terrible, j njj arils.
Psa. 37. 35 I have seen the wicked in great power, and
POWER to stand -
Upstanding, "ip pn tequiiiah.
Lev. 26. 37 ye shall have no power to stand before y
POWER, that hath
Ruler, B Yf shallit.
Eccl. 8. 8 no man that hath power over the spirit
POWER, mighty
Greatness, nfya\fi(J-r^s megaleiot.es
Luke 9. 43 were all amazed at the mighty power of
POWER as a prince, to have
7*o be prince, have princely jtowef, rn sarah.
Gen. 32. 28 as a prince hast thou power with God and
POWER, to give, have, or be of
1. To be able, "?i; yakol.
Nuni22. 38 have I now any power at all to say any
2. To rule, *?&$ mashal.
Exod2i. 8 he shall have no power seeing he hath
Dan. 1 1. 43 But he shall have power over the treasur
3. 7*o be prince, "
iff sur.
Hos. 12. 4 had power over the angel, and prevailed
4. 7*o be prince, have princely jjoicer, Tft1 sarah.
Hos. 12. 3 and by his strength he had power with G.
5. To rule,
Esth. 9.
*y shalat.
i Jews hoped to have power over them, th.
6. To cause to rule, 075* shalat, 5.
Eccl. 5. 19 hath given him power to eat thereof, and
6. 2 God giveth him not power to eat thereof
7.7*0 rule, o^y shelet.
Dan. 3. 27 iipon whose bodies the fire had no power
8.7*0 give, 5i8a>/x didomi.
Kev. 13. 14 had power to do in the sight of the beast
13. 15 had power to give life unto the image of
9.7*0 be able, have power, Svva/j.ai dunamai.
Rom 1 6. 25 >"ow to him that is of power to stablish
10.7*0 exercise privilege or authority, c(owrui(t^
i Co. 7. 4 The wife hath not powerof her own oody
7. 4 likewise also the husband hatlinotpower
POWER of, to bring under the
7*o exercise privilege or authority, tovffidci> cxou.
1 Co. 6. 12 will not be brought under the power of
POWERFUL
\.Power, F3 koach,
i sa. 29. 4 The voice of the LORD (is) powerful , the
2. Energetic, efficacious, ivfpyns cnerges.
Heb. 4. 12 For the word of God (is) quick, and pow.
3. Strong, robust, Icrxvpos ischuros.
2 Co. 10. 10 For (his) letlers. .(are; weighty and pow.
PRACTISE, to
1.7*0 do over and over, fyy alal, la.
Psa. 141. 4 to practise wicked works with men that
2. 7*o do, make, nj; asah.
Isa. 32. 6 to practise hypocrisy, and to utter error
Dan. 8. 12 cast down, .and it practised, and prospe.
8. 24 shall prosper, and practise, and shall <le.
Mic. 2. i when the morning is light, they practise.
PRACTISE secretly, to
7*o keep silent, cHn charash, 5.
i Sa. 23. 9 David knew that Saul secretly practised
PRKTORIUM
Pfatot s hall, irpairupioi prailOnon (L.pratorium).
Markis. 16 led him away into the hall called P., and
PRAISE
1. Praises, thanksgivings, D^lWl hillulim.
Lev. 19. 24 shall be holy, to praise the LORD (withal)
2. Praise, 7}fti}.mahalal,
Prov 27. 21 furnace for gold ; so (is) a man to his p.
S.Praise, psalm, n^nn tehillah.
Exodis. " glorious in holiness, fearful (in) praises
Deut 10. 21 He (is) thy praise, and he (is) thy God
26. 19 which he hath made, in praise, and iu
1 Ch.i6. 35 we may give thanks, .(and) glory in thyp
2 Ch.2o. 22 when they began to sing and to praise
Neh. 9. 5 which is exalted above all blessing and
13. 46 songs of praise and thanksgiving unto
Psa. 9. 14 That I may show forth all thy praise in
22. 3 (O thou) that inhabitest the praises of I.
22. 25 My praise (shall be) of thee in the great
33. i Rejoice . .(for) praise is comely for the up.
34. i his praise (shall) continually (be) in my
35. 28 tortfeue shall speak . of thy praise all the
40. 3 praise unto our God : many shall see (it)
48. 10 so (is) thy praise unto the ends of the ea.
51. 15 and my mouth shall slio^v forth thy praise
65. i Praise waiteth for thee, O God, in Zion
66. 2 Sing forth the honour, .make his praise
66. 8 and make the voice of his praise to be h.
71. 6 my praise (shall be) continually of thee
71. 8 Let my mouth be Wiled (with) thy praise
71. 14 and will yet praise thee more and more
78. 4 showing, .the praises of the LOKI>, and his
79. 13 will show forth thy praise to all general.
i oo. 4 Enter, .into his courts with praise : be th.
102. 21 declare the name, .and his praise in Jer.
106. 2 cauutter. .(who) can show forth all hisp.?
106. 12 believed they his words: they sang hisp.
106. 47 thy holy name, (and) to triumph in thyp.
109. i Hold not thy peace, O God of my praise
in. 10 fear of the LORD .his praise endureth for
119. 171 My lips shall utter praise, when Ihou h.
145. title. David s (Psalm) of praise
145. 21 My mouth shall speak the praise of the L.
147. i for (it is) pleasant ; (and)praise is comely
148. 14 exalteth. .the praise of all his saints ; (e.)
149. i (and) his praise in the congregation of sa.
Isa. 42. 8 neither my praise to graven images
42. 10 Sing, .his praise from the end of the earth
42. 12 give glory, .and declare his praise in the
43. 21 This people, .shall show forth my praise
48. 9 for my praise will I refrain for thee
60. 6 shall show forth the praises of the LORD
60. 1 8 thy walls salvation, and thy gates praise
61. 3 the garment of praise for the spirit of
61. ii God will cause righteousness and praise
62. 7 till he make Jerusalem a praise in the
63. 7 I will mention, .the praises of the LORD
Jer. 13. ii a name, and fora praise, and for a glory
17. 14 I shall be saved : for thou (art) my praise
33. 9 a praise and an honour before all the
48. 2 (There shall be) no more praise of Moab
49. 25 How is the city of praise not left, the
51. 41 and how is the praise of the whole earth
Hab. 3. 3 and the earth was full of his praise
Zeph. 3.19 get them praise and fame in every land
3. 20 a praise among all people of the earth
4. Confession, thanksgiving, rn n todah.
Psa. 42. 4 wi*h the voice of joy and praise, with
50. 23 Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me : and
56. 12 God: I will render praises unto thee
loo. title. A Psalm of praise
5. Praise, aivecris aineeis.
Heb. 13. 15 let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God
6.Praise, alvos ainos.
Matt 2 1. 1 6 out of the mouth of babes, .perfected pr.
LukeiS. 43 when they saw (it), gave praise unto God
7. Courage, excellency, aptr^ arete.
i Pe. 2. 9 that ye should show forth the praises of
8. Glory, 5o{o doxa.
John 9. 24 said unto him, Give God the praise: we
12. 43 loved the praise of men more than the p.
i Pe. 4. ii to whom be praise and dominion for ever
9. Praise, commendation, tiraivos epainos.
Rom. 2. 29 whose praise (is) not of men, but of God
13. 3 and thou shall have praise of the same
1 Co 4. 5 then shall every man have praise of God
2 Co. 8. :8 whose praise (is) in the gospel throughout
Eph. i. 6 To the praise of the glory of his grace, w.
i 12 That we should be to the praise of his g.
i. 14 possession, unto the praise of his glory
Phil. i. ii Christ, unto the glory and praise of God
4. 8 if (there be) any praise, think on these t.
1 Pe. i. 7 might be found unlo praise and honour
2. 14 and for the praise of them that do well
PRAISE, to
1.7*0 bless, declare blessed, ?n? barak, 3.
Judg. 5. 2 Praise ye the LORD for the avenging of I.
Psa. 72. 15 continually ; (and) daily shall he be prai.
2. 7*0 praise, VVn ho.lal, 3.
Judgi6. 24 when the people saw him. they praised
2 Sa. 14. 25 there was none to be so much praised as
1 Ch.i6. 4 to thank and praise the LORD God of Isr
16. 36 all the people said, Amen, and praised
23. 5 four thousand praised the LORD with the
23. 5 which I made, (said David) , to praise the.
23. 30 stand every morning to thank and praise
25. 3 to give thanks, and to praise the LORD
29. 13 we thank thee, and praise thy glorious n.
2 Ch. 5. 13 to make one sound to be heard in praising
5. 13 praised the LORD, (saying), For (he is) g.
7. 6 when Davidpraised by their ministry ; and
8. 14 to praise and minister before
20. 19 stood up to praise the LORD God of Israel
20. 21 and that should praise the beauty of holin.
23. 12 the people running and praising the king
30. 21 Levitesand the priests praised the LORD
31. 2 to praise in the gates of the tents of the L.
Ezra 3. 10 to praise the LORD, after the ordinance of
3. ii they sang together by course in praising
3. ii praise tin- I."iti>, II<M BUM the foundation
Neh. 5. 13 congregation said, Amen, and praised the
12. 24 to praise (and) to give thanks, according
Psa. 22. 22 midst of the congregation will I praise t
22. 23 Ye that fear the LORD, praise him ; all ye
22. 26 they shall praise the LORD thai seek him
35. 18 I will praise thee among much people
56. 4 In God I will praise his word : in God I
56. 10 I praise (his) word ; in the LORD will I p
63. 5 my mouth shall praise (thee) with joyful
69. 30 I will praise the name of God with a song
69. 34 Let the heaven and earth praise him, the
74. 21 let the poor and needy praise thy name
84. 4 they will be still praising thee Selah
102. 18 people which shall be created shall praise
104. 35 Praise ye the LORD
So in 105. 45; 106. i, 48; in. i; 112. i; 113. i, g;-ii6.
19; 117. 2; 135. i, 21 ; 146. i, 10; 147. i; i 48. i, i, i 4 ;
149. i, 9; 150. i, 6.
107. 32 praise him in the assembly of the elders
109. 30 yea, I will praise him among the multi.
113. i Praise, O ye servants of the LORD, praise
115. 17 The dead praise not the LORD, neither any
11518 But we will bless the LORD . . Praise the L.
117. i O praise the LORD, all ye nations, .all ye p.
119. 164 Seven times a day do I praise thee beca.
119. 175 Let my soul live, and it shall praise thee
135. i Praise ye the name of the LORD; praise
35- 3 Praise the Lord ; for the LORD (is) good
145. 2 and I will praise thy name for ever and
146. i ye the LORD. Praise the LORD, O my soul
146. 2 While I live will I praise the Ix >RD ; I will
147. 12 the LORD, O Jerusalem ; praise thy God
148. i from the heavens : praise him in the heig.
148. 2 Praise ye him, all his angels: praise ye him
148 3 Praise ye him, sun and moon : praise him
148. 4 Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye
148. 5, 13 Let them praise the name of the LOKD
148. 7 Praise the LORD from the earth, ye drag.
149 3 Let them praise his name in the dance: let
150. i Praise God in his sanctuary : praise him
150. 2 Praise him for his mighty acts : praise him
150. 3 Praise him with the sound, .praise him
150. 4 Praise him. .praise him with stringed in.
150. 5 Praise him. .praise him upon the high so.
150. 6 Let every thing thai hath breath praise
Prov.27- 2 Let another man praise thee, and not th.
28. 4 They that forsake the law praise the wic.
31. 28 her husband (also), and he praiseth her
31. 31 let her own works praise her in the gates
Song 6. 9 daughters saw her., and they praised IKT
Isa. 62. 9 shall eat it, and praise the LORD ; and they
64. ii house where our fathers praised thee, is
Jer. 20. 13 Sing unto the LORD, praise ye the LORD
31. 7 publishye, praise ye, and say,O LORD, save
Joel 2. 26 praise the name of the LORD your God
3.7*0 give praise, n.pj zamar, 3.
Psa. 21. 1 3 (so) will we sing and praise thy power
4. 7"o stretch out the hand, confess, .TV yadah, 5.
Gen. 29. 35 Now will I praise the LORD: therefore she
49. 8 thou (art he) whom thy brethren shall p.
2 Ch. 7. 3 praised the LORD, (saying), For (he is) go.
7. 6 which David the kinghad made to praise
20. 21 Praise the LORD; for his mercy, .for ever
Psa. 7. 17 I will praise the LORD according to his r.
9. i I will praise (thee), O LORD, with my wlu
28. 7 rejoiceth ; and with my song will I praise
30. 9 Shall the dust praise thee ? shall it declare
33. 2 Praise the LORD with harp: sing unto him
42. 5 for I shall yet praise him (for) the help of
42. ii for I shall yet praise him, (who is) the he.
43. 4 upon the harp will I praise thee, O God
43. 5 for I shall yet praise him, (who is) the h.
44. 8 boast all the day long, and praise thy n.
45. 17 therefore shall the people praise thee for
49. 1 8 praise thee, when thou doest well to thy.
52 9 I will praise thee for ever, because thou
54. 6 I will praise thy name, O LORD, for (it is)
57. 9 I will praise thee, O LORD, among the p.
67- 3, 5 praise thee, OGod ; let all the people p.
71. 22 Twill also praise thee with the psaltery
76. 10 Surely the wrath of man shall praise thee
86. 12 I will praise thee, O Lord my God, with
88. 10 shall the dead arise (and) praise thee? S.
89. 5 And the heavens shall praise thy wonders
99. 3 Let them praise thy great and terrible n.
107. 8, 15, 21, 31 Oh that (men) would praise the
108. 3 I will praise thee, O LORD, among the p.
109. 30 I will greatly praise the LORD with my
in. i I will praise the LORD with (my) whole h.
118. 19 I will go in to them, (and) I will praise
1 18. 21 I will praise thee : for thou hast heard
1 18. 28 Thou (art) my God, and I will praise thee
119. 7 I will praise thee with uprightness of he.
138. i I will praise thee with my whole heart
138. 2 praise thy name for thy loving kindness
138. 4 All the kings of theearth shall praise thee
139. 14 I will praise thee ; for lam fearfully (and)
142. 7 that I may praise thy name : the right.
145. 10 All thy works shall praise thee, O LORD
Isa. 12. i shajt say, O LORD, I will praise thee : th.
12. 4 Praise the LORD, call upon his name, de.
25. i I will exalt thee, I will praise thy name
38. 18 For the grave cannot praise thee, death
38. 19 The living, the living, he shall praise thee
Jer. 33. 1 1 Praise the LORD of hosts : for the LORD (is)
5. To praise, glorify, nyy shabach, 3.
Psa. 63. 3 better than life, my lips shall praise thee
1 17. i all ye nations : praise him, all ye people
145. 4 One generation shall praise thy works to
147. 12 Praise the LORD, O Jerusalem ;
Eccl. 4. 2 I praised the dead which are already dead
PRAISES 767 PKAYBR
6. To give praise, nyf shebach, 3.
Dan. 2 23 I thank thee, and praise thee, O thou Got
4. 34 I praised and honoured him that liveth
4. 37 Now I Nebuchadnezzar praise and extol
5. 4 They drank wine, and praised the gods o:
5. 23 thou hast praised the gods of silver, ant
7. To S2>eak well of, tvKoytta cidogeo.
Luke i . 64 tongue (loosed), and he spake, and prais
8. To praise, alvtu ained.
Luke 2. 13 multitude of the heavenly host praising
2. 20 shepherds returned, glorifying and prais,
19. 37 began to rejoice and praise God with a
24. 53 were continually in the temple, praising
Acts 2. 47 Praising God, and having favour with all
3. 8 walking, and leaping, and praising God
3. 9 people saw him walking and praising Go
Rom 15. ii Praise the Lord, all ye Gentiles; and laud
Kev. 19. 5 saying, Praise ourGod.all ye his servants
9.2V> give praise to, eiraiffw epained.
1 Co. 1 1. 2 Now I praise you, brethren, that ye rem.
ii. 17 I praise (you) not, that ye come together
1 1. 22 shall I praise you in this? I praise (you)
PRAISES, to give or sing
1.7V) yive praise, 151 zamar, 3.
2 Sa. 22. 50 and I will sing praises unto thy name
Psa. 7. 17 will sing praise to the name of the LORD
9. 2 I will sing praise to thy name, O thou
9. ii Sing praises to the LORD, which dwelleth
18. 49 Therefore will I. .sing praises unto thy
27. 6 yea, I will sing praises unto the LORD
30. 12 (my) glory may sing praise to thee, and not
47. 6 Sing praises to God, sing praises
47. 6 sing praises unto our King, sing praises
47. 7 sing ye praises with understanding
57. 7 heart is fixed ; I will sing and give praise
i. 8 will I sing praise unto thy name for ever
68. 4 sing praises to his name : extol him that
68. 32 ye kingdoms, .sing praises unto the Lord
75. 9 I will sing praises to the God of Jacob
92. i to sing praises unto thy name, O Most H.
98. 4 make a. .noise, and rejoice, and sing pra.
104. 33 I will sing praise to my God while I have
108. i sing and give praise, even with my glory
108. 3 I will sing praises unto thee among the
135. 3 sing praises unto his name ; for (it is)
138. i before the gods will I sing praise unto
144. 9 upon a psaltery, .will 1 sing praises
146. 2 I will sing praises unto my God while I
147. i (it is) good to sing praises unto our God
147. 7 sing praise upon the harp unto our God
149. 3 sing praises unto him with the timbrel
2. To boast, praise, ^n halal, 3.
2 Ch. 23. 1 3 singers . . and such as taught to sing praise
29. 30 sing praise unto the LORD with the words
29. 30 they sang praises with gladness, and they
3. To hymn, vftvtw humneo.
Acts 16. 25 Silas prayed, .and sang praises unto God
Heb. 2. 12 midst of the church will I sing praise
PRAISED, (worthy) to be
1. To bless, declare blessed, T3? barak, 3.
Psa. 72. 15 prayer also.. (and) daily shall he be prais.
2. To be praised, S^rr halal, 4.
2 Sa. 22. 4 on the LORD, (who is) worthy to be praised
1 Ch.i6. 25 great (is) the LORD, and.. to be praised: he
Psa. 1 8. 3 upon the LORD, (who is worthy) to be pr.
48. i to be praised in the city of our God
96. 4 LORD (is) great, and greatly to be praised
113. 3 the LORD S name (is) to be praised
145. 3 Great (is) the LORD, and. .to be praised
3. To praise self, ^n halal, 7.
Prov. 3 i, 30 a woman (that) feareth .. shall be praised
PRANCE, to
To prance, irn dahar.
Nah. 3 . 2 of the prancing horses, and of the jump
PRANCING
Prancing, mtrn daharah.
Judg. 5. 22 the means of the prancings, the prancings
PRATE against, to
To prattle, prate, <p\vapeta phluareo.
3 John 10 prating against us with malicious words
PRATING
Of lips, n*y saphah.
Prov 10. 8 The wise . . receive . . but a prating fool sh.
10. 10 causeth sorrow : but a prating fool shall
PRAY, to
1. To petition, pray, nya, KJJ3 bea, beah.
Dan. 6. n praying and making supplication before
2. To entreat grace, j;n chanan, 7.
2 Ch. 6. 37 and pray unto thee in the land of their
3. To entreat, make supplication, iny athar.
Job 33. 26 He shall pray unto God," and he will be
4. To come up, strike against, intercede, Job yj$ paga. 21. 15 and what profit, .if we pray unto him?
5. To judge, self, pi-ay habitually, ^palal, 7.
Gen. 20. 7 shall pray for thee, and thou shalt live
20. 17 Abraham prayed unto God : and God hea.
:sum i r. 2 when Moses prayed unto the LORD, the
21. 7 Pray unto the LORD.. And Moses prayed
.Ueut. 9. 20 and I prayed for Aaron also the same time
9. 16 I prayed therefore unto the LORD, and a.
1 Sa. i. jo and prayed unto the LORD, and weptsor
1. 12 as she continnedpraying )rfrc the LOR
i. 26 stood by thee here, praying unto the L.
1. 27 I prayed ; and the LORD hath given me
2. i Hannah prayed, and said, My heart rejo
7. 5 ami I will pray for you unto the LORD
8. 6 a king to judge us. And Samuel prayet
12. 19 Pray for thy servants unto the LORD th;
12. 23 1 should sin. .in ceasing to pray for you
2 Sa. 7. 27 thy servant found in his heart to pray
1 KJ. 8. 28 thy servant prayuth before thee to day
8. 30 when they shall pray toward this place
8. 33 pray, and make supplication unto thee in
8. 35 they pray toward this place, and confess
8. 42 he shall come and pray toward this hous<
8. 44 shall pray unto the LORD toward the cit
8. 48 pray unto thee toward their land which
8. 54 Solomon had made an end of praying al
13. 6 pray for me that my hand may be resto
2 Ki. 4. 33 shut the door, .and prayed unto the LORD
6. 17 AndElisha prayed, and said., open his eye
6. 18 Elisha prayed unto the LORD, and said, S
19. 15 Hezekiah prayed before the LORD, and 8.
19. 20 thou hast prayed to me against Sriinurh
20. 2 turned . . and prayed unto the LORD, say.
1 Ch. 17. 25 hath found (in his heart) to pray before t
2 th. 6. 19, 20 the prayer which thy servant prayetl
6. 24 pray and make supplication before thee
6. 26 they pray toward this place, and confess
6. 32 Moreover, .if they come and pray in this
6. 34 theyprayunto thee toward this city whicl
6. 38 pray toward their land, which thougavesi
7. i when Solomon had made an end of pray
7. 14 pray, and seekmy face, and turn from their
30. 1 8 Hezekiah prayed for them, saying, The
32. 20 the son of Amoz, prayed and cried to he
32. 24 prayed unto the LORD: and he spake unto
33. 13 prayed unto him : and he was entreated
Ezra 10. i when Ezra had prayed, and when he hac
Neh. i. 4 fasted, and prayed before the God of he.
1. 6 which I pray before thee now, day and n
2. 4 So I prayed to the God of heaven
Job 42. 8 my servant Job shall pray for you; for
42. 10 turned the captivity of Job, when he pr.
Psa. 5. 2 and my God : for unto thee will I pray
32. 6 shall every one that is godly pray unto thee
Isa. 1 6. 12 that he shall come to his sanctuary to p.
37. 15 And Hezekiah prayed unto the LORD, say.
37. 21 thou hast prayed to me against Sennach.
38. 2 turned his face . . and prayed unto the L.
44. 17 prayeth unto it, and saith, Deliver me
45. 20 and pray unto a god (that) cannot save
Jer. 7. 16 pray not thou for this people, neither lift
ii. 14 pray not thou for this people, neither lift
14. ii Pray not for this people for (their) good
29. 7 pray unto the LORD for it: forin the peace
29. 12 pray unto me, and I will hearken unto you
32. 16 I had delivered the evidence . . I prayed
37. 3 Pi-ay now unto the LORD our God for us
42. 2 and pray for us unto the LORD thy God
42. 4 behold, IwillprayuntotheLORDyourGod
42. 20 Pray for us unto the LORD our God ; and
Dan. 9. 4 I prayed unto the LoRDmyGod, and made
9. 20 praying, and confessing my sin and the
Jon. 2. i Jonah prayed unto the LORD his God out
4. 2 And he prayed unto the LORD, and said, I
6. To bend, bmv, pray, N^ tsela, 3.
Ezra 6. 10 pray for the life of the king, and of his
Dan. 6. 10 prayed, and gave thanks before his God
7. To bow down, meditate, pray, n"\p siach.
Psa. 55. 17 at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud ; and
8. To ask, itfiy shaal.
Psa. 122. 6 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem : they s.
9. To smooth doivn, deprecate, n^n chalah, 3.
Zech. 7. 2 When they had sent .to pray before the
8. 21 Let us go speedily to pray before the L.
8. 22 come to seek . . and to pray before the L.
-To want, pray, beseech, Mofj.ai deomai.
Matt. 9. 38 Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest
Lukeio. 2 pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest
21. 36 Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that
22. 32 But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith
Acts 4. 31 when they had prayed, the place was sh.
8. 22 pray God, if perhaps the thought of thine
8. 24 Pray ye to the Lord for me, that none of
8. 34 I pray thee, of who^i speaketh the prop.
10. 2 gave much alms to the people, and prayed
2 Co. 5. 20 we pray (you) in Christ s stead, be ye rec.
8. 4 Praying us with much entreaty that we
i Th. 3. 10 praying exceedingly that we might seey.
il.TV) ask, interrogate, Iptardca erotao.
Luke 5. 3 prayed him that he would thrust out a
14. 18, 19 I pray thee have me excused
16. 27 I pray thee therefore, father, that thou
John 4.31 In the meanwhile his disciples prayed him
14. 1 6 I will pray the Father, and he shall give
16. 26 I say not unto you, that I will pray the F.
17. 9 I pray for them : I pray not for the world
17. 15 I pray not that thou shouldest take them
17. 20 Neither prayl for these alone, but forth.
Acts 10. 48 Then prayed they him to tarry certain d.
23. 1 8 prayed me to bring this young man unto
1 Jo. 5. 16 I do not say that he shall pray for it
.2. To pray, wish, ttjxofj.cu fuchomai.
2 Co. 13. 7 Now I pray te God that ye do no evil ; not
Jas. 5. 16 pray one for another, that ye may be he.
13. To call for, or alongside of, irapai<a\i<a parak*
Matt26. 53 Thinkest thou that I cannot now pm\ to
Mark 5. 17 began to pray him to <U-purt out of their
5. 1 8 prayed him that he might be with him
Acts 16. 9 prayed him, saying, Come over into Mac.
24. 4 I pray thee that thou wouldest hear us of
27. 34 \\ herefore I pray you to take (some) meat
14. Topray or icish for, irpo<T(vxofj.at proseuchomai.
Matt. 5. 44 pray for them which despitefully use you
6. 5 when thou prayest. .for they love to pray
6. 6 when thou prayest. .pray to thy Fath< i wli.
6. 7 when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as
6. 9 After this manner then-fort- pray ye : Our
14. 23 went up into a mountain apart to pray
19. 13 he should put (his) hands on them, and
24. 20 pray ye that your flight be not in the wint.
26. 36 Sit ye here, while 1 go and pray yonder
26. 39 fell on his face, and prayed, saying, O my 26. 41 Watch and pray, that ye enter not into
26. 42 prayed, saying, O my Father, if this cup
2 - 44 prayed the third time, saying the same
Mark i. 35 went, .into a solitary place, and there p.
6. 46 he departed into a mountain to pray
n. 24 when ye pray, believe that ye receive (t.)
11.25 when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye have
13. 18 pray ye that your flight be not in the
13. 33 watch and pray : for ye know not when
14. 32 he saith. .Sit ye here, while I shall pray
14. 35 prayed that, if it were possible, the hour
14. 38 Watch ye and pray, lest ye enter into te.
14. 39 he went away, and prayed, and spake the
Luke i. 10 the people were praying without at the
3. 21 Jesus also being baptized, and praying
5. 16 withdrew, .into the wilderness, and pra.
6. 12 he went out into a mountain to pray, and
6. 28 pray for them which despitefully use you
9. 18 as he was alone praying, hfe disciples we.
9. 28 and went up into a mountain to pray
9. 29 as he prayed, the fashion of his couuten.
ii. i as he was praying in a certain place, wh.
n. i teach us to pray, as John also taught his
ii. 2 When ye pray, say, Our Father which art
18. i men ought always to pray, and not to f.
1 8. 10 Two men went up into the temple to pr.
18. ii prayed thus with himself, God, I thank
22. 40 said . . Pray that ye enter not into tempt.
22. 41 withdrawn, .kneeled down, and prayed
22. 44 [he prayed more earnestly : and his sweat]
22. 46 and pray, lest ye enter into temptation
Acts i. 24 they prayed, and said, Thou, Lord, which
6. 6 when they had prayed, they laid (their) h.
8. 15 prayed for them, that they might receive
9. ii Saul, of Tarsus : for, behold, he prayeth
9. 4o kneeled down, and prayed ; and turning
o. 9 Peter went up upon the house top to pray
0. 30 I prayed in my house, and, behold, a man
1. 5 I was in the city of Joppa praying : and
2. 12 where many were gathered together pra.
3. 3 when they had fasted and prayed, and la.
4. 23 when they, .had prayed with fasting, they
6. 25 Silas prayed, and sang praises unto God
20. 36 kneeled down, and prayed with them all
21. 5 we kneeled down on the shore, and prayed
22. 17 while I prayed in the temple, I was iii a
28. 8 and prayed, and laid his handsonhim, and
i Co.n. 4 Everyman praying or prophesying, having
ii. 5 every woman that prayeth or prophesieth
n. 13 is it comely that a woman pray unto God
14. 13 let him that speaketh. .pray that he may
14. 14 pray in. .(unknown) tongue, iny spirit pr.
14. 15 will pray with the spirit, and I will pray
Eph. 6. 18 Praying always with all prayer and supli.
Phil. i. 9 I pray, that your love inayahoundyetm.
Col. i. 3 We give thanks, .praying always for you
i. 9 do not cease to pray for you, and to des.
4. 3 praying also for us, that God would open
1 Th. 5. 17 Pray without ceasing
5. 25 Brethren, pray for us
2 Th. i. ii pray always for you, that our God would
3. i pray for us, that the word of the Lord may
i Ti. 2. 8 1 will therefore that men pray every wh.
Heb. 13. 1 8 Pray for us : for we trust we have a good
Jas. 5. 13 Is any among you afflicted ? let him pray
5. 14 let them pray over him, anointing him
5. 18 he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain
Jude 20 But ye, beloved, .praying in the Holy G.
RAY (I, we) thee, you
..Ah pray J njN, NJN ana, aitah.
Gen. 50. 17 we pray thee, forgive the trespass of the
Jon. 4 . 2 I pray thee, O LOPJ), (was) not this my s.
2. that f ^ lu.
Gen. 23. 13 I pray thee, hear me : I will give thee
\.Pray ! K) na.
Gen. 12. 13 Say, I pray thee, thou (art) my sister: th.
18. 4 Let a little water, I pray you, be fetched
Judg. 9. 38 Go out, I pray now, and flght with them
PRAY earnestly (or for), to
i jiray to or toward, irpoar(vxo/J.ai proseuchomai.
Korn. 8. 26 we know not what we should pray for as
Jas. 5. 17 prayed earnestly that it might not rain
RAYER
.A tchisper, vnh lachash.
Isa. 26. 16 poured out a prayer (when) thy chasten.
.Meditation, n-v, nn-y sichah, siach.
Job 15. 4 Yea, thou.. restrainest prayer before God
Psa. 64. i Hear my voice, G od, in my prayer, pres.
PRAYER 768
S Prayer, song ofpraise, n*?n tephillah.
2 8a 7 >7 hath..found in his hart to pray this pra.
i Ki 8 28 Yet havethou respect unto the prayer of
8 28 to the prayer which thy servant prayeth
8 2Q the prayer which thy servant shall make
S -8 What prayer and supplication soever be
8 45 49 their prayer and their lUppUcation
5 54 praying all this prayer and application
. heard thy prayer and thy supplication
a Ki IQ 4 lift up (thy) prayer for the remnant that
20 s I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy
Ch ~6 10 Have respect therefore to the prayer of
6 IQ, 20 the prayer which thy servant prayeth
6 20 what prayer (or) what supplication soever
6 35, 30 their prayer and their supplication
6. 40 the prayer (that is made) in this place
7 12 I have heard thy prayer, and have chosen
7. 15 the prayer (that is made) in this place
30. 27 their prayer came (up) to his holy dwell.
18 his prayer unto his God, and the words of
n 19 His prayer also, and (how God) was entr.
Sen i 6 thou mayest hear the prayer of thy serv.
i 1 1 the prayer of thy servant, and to the pra.
ii 17 principal to begin the thanksgiving in i>.
Job 16. 17 Not. .injustice, .also ray prayer (is) pure
1 sa 4. i have mercy upon me, and hear my prayer
6 9 heard, .the LORD will receive my prayer
17. title. A prayer of David. Hear the right
i i give ear unto my prayer, (that goeth)not
5 13 my prayer returned intomineown bosom
39! 12 Hear my prayer, O LORD, and give ear u.
I 2 . 8 (and) my prayer unto the God of my life
c 4 2 Hear my prayer, O God ; give ear to the
55 i Give ear to my prayer, O God ; and hide
6 1 i Hear mycry, O God ; attend unto my pr
65 2 thou that hearest prayer, unto thee shall
66 19 he hath attended to the voice of my pra
66. 20 which hath not turned away my prayer
09. 13 as for me, my prayer (is) unto thee, O L.
-2. 20 The prayers of David the son of Jesse
80. 4 be angry against the prayer of thy people
84 8 hearmy prayer : give ear, O God of Jacob
86 title. A prayer of David. Bow down thine
86. 6 Give ear, O LORD, unto my prayer ; and
88. 2 Let my prayer come before thee : incline
83 1 3 in . . morning shall my prayer prevent thee
90 title. A prayer of Moses the man of God. L.
JO-> title. A prayer of the afflicted, when he is ov.
102 i Hear my prayer, OLORD, and let my cry
102 17 He will regard the prayer, .their prayer
109 4 adversaries : but I (give myself unto) pra.
100 7 condemned ; and let his prayer become
141. 2 Let my prayer be set forth before thee(as)
141. 5 yet my prayer also, .in their calamities
14 2 title. David ; A prayer when he was in the c.
143 i Hear my prayer, O LORD, give ear to my
Prov 15 8 the prayer of the upright (is) his delight
15 29 he heareth the prayer of the righteous
28. o He that turneth away . . even his prayer
Isa 115 when ye make many prayers, I will not
37 4 lift up (thy) prayer for the remnant that
38 5 I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy
=6. 7 make them joyful in my house of prayer
56. 7 shall be called an house of prayer for all
J<T. 7. 16 neither lift up cry nor prayer for them
ii. 14 neither lift up a cry or prayer for them
Urn 3. 8 when I cry.. he shutteth out my prayer
3 44 that (our) prayer should not pass through
Dau. o. 3 to seek by prayer and supplication, with
9 17 hear the prayer of thy servant, and his s.
a. 21 whiles I (was) speaking in prayer, even
Jon 2. 7 my prayer came in unto thee, into thine
Hab. 3. i A prayer of Habakkuk the prophet upon
4.Beseeching, prayer, supplication, Sfrjins deesis.
Luke i. 13 thy prayer is heard ; and thy wife Elisa.
2. 37 with fastings and prayers night and day
5. 33 make prayers, and like wise (the disciples)
itom io. i my heart s desire and prayer toGod forl.
1 Co. i. ii Ye also helping together by prayer for us
9 14 by their prayer for you, which long after
Phil. i. 4 Always in everyprayerof mine for youall
i 19 turn to my salvation through your prayer
2 Ti. i 3 have remembrance of thee in my prayers
TIb s 7 when he had offered up prayers and supl.
Jas 5 16 The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous
: Pe. 3. 12 his ears (are open) unto their prayers : but
5. Intercession, prayer, (vrtv^is enteuxis.
i Ti. 4. 5 sanctified by the word of God and prayer
6..-1 vrish, supplication, tvx ft etiche.
jas. 5. 15 the prayer of faith shall save the sick
1.A prayer, pouring out, irpofffvx n proseuche.
Matti?. 21 [goeth not out but by prayer and fastingl
21. 13 house shall be called the house of prayer
21. 22 whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believ
Mark 9. 29 by nothing but by prayer and fasting
11. 17 called of all nations the house of prayer
Luke 6. 12 a)id continued all night in prayer to God
19. 46 My house is the house of prayer : but ye
!2. 45 when he rose up from prayer, and was c.
-lets 1. 14 with one accord in prayer and supplication
2. 42 and in breaking of bread, and in prayers
3. i into the temple at the hour of prayer
6. 4 will give ourselves continually to prayer
io. 4 Thy prayers and thine alms are come up
jo. 31 thy prayer is heard, and thine alms are
12. 5 prayer was made without ceasing of the
16. 13 riverside, where prayer was wont to be
16. 16 as we went to prayer, a certain damsel
Horn. x. 9 make mention of you always in my pray.
Rom 12. 12 patient, .continuing instant in prayer
15. 30 strive together with me in (your) prayers
i Co. 7. 5 may give yourselves to fasting and prayer
Eph 1. 1 6 making mention of you in my prayers
6. iSall prayer and supplication in the spirit
Phil. 4 6prayerandsupplicationwiththauksgiving
Col 4. 2 Continue in prayer, and watch in the same
4. 12 labouring fervently for you in prayers
i Th. i. 2 making mention of you in our prayers
i Ti. 2. i prayers, intercessions, (and) giving of tha.
5. 5 supplications and prayers night and day
Phin. 4 making mention of thee. .in my prayers
22 trust that through your prayers I shall
i Pe. 3. 7 dwell . . that your prayers be not hindered
4. 7 be ye therefore sober, .watch unto prayer
Rev. 5. 8 odours, which are the prayers of saints
8. 3 should offer (it) with the prayers of all s.
8. 4 (which came) with the prayers of the sai.
PRAYER, to make
l.To smooth down, deprecate, npn chalah, 3.
Dan. 9. 13 made we not our prayer before the LORD
2.7*0 entreat, make supplication, nny athar, 5.
Job 22. 27 Thou shaltmakethy prayeruntohim.and
3. 7*o judge self, pray habitually, "?S? palal, 7.
i Ki. 8. 29 the prayer which thy servant shall make
Neh. 4. 9 we made our prayer unto our God, and
Psa. 72. 15 prayer. . shall be made for him continually
4.7b pray toward, pour out to, irpofftvxop.a.i pros.
Matt23. 14 [fora pretence make long prayer: there.]
Mark 1 2. 40 for a pretence make long prayers: these
Luke2o. 47 Whtefi..farilOTriBikloiigprJ! the
PREACH (good tidings) to, unto, to
l.To bring or tell good tidings, ~vg$ basar, 3.
Psa. 40. 9 I have preached righteousness in the gr.
Isa. 61. i to preach good tidings unto the meek; he
2. To call, proclaim, preach, K~$ qara.
Neh. 6. 7 thou hast also appointed prophets to pre.
Jon. 3. 2 preach unto it the preaching that I bid
3. 7*o tell or announce thoroughly, Siayyt\\u diai)
Luke 9. 60 but go thou and preach the kingdom of
4. 7*o speak throughout, Sia\fyo/j.ai dialegomai.
Acts 20. 7 Paul preached unto them, ready to depart
20. 9 as Paul was long preaching, he sunk down
5.7*0 tell good news or tidings, tva.yyt\ifa euayg.
Luke 3. 1 8 many other things., preached he unto the
4. 43 I must preach the kingdom of God to ot.
16. 16 the kingdom of God is preached, and ev.
Acts 5. 42 they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus
8. 4 they, .went every where preaching the w.
8. 12 preaching the things concerning the kin.
8. 35 and began, .and preached unto him Jesus
8. 40 he preached in all the cities, till he came
io. 36 preaching peace by Jesus Christ : he is
1 1. 20 And some . . spake . . preaching the Lord J.
14. 15 preach unto you that ye snouldturn from
ic 3 c preaching the word of the Lord, with many
17! 1 8 he preached unto them Jesus, and the re
1 Co. 15. i the gospel which I preached unto you
15. 2 keep in memory what I preached unto you
2 Co. 1 1. 7 preached to you the gospel of God freely
Gal i. 8 than that which we have preached unto
i. ii the gospel which was preached of me is
i. 16 that I might preach him among the hea.
i. 23 preacheth the faith which once he destr,
Eph 2. 17 preached peace to you which were afar
3 . 8 I should preach among the Gentiles the
Heb. 4. 2 unto us was the gospel preached, as well
4. 6 they to whom it was first preached
Rev. 14. 6 to preach unto them that dwell on the
6. 7*o tell thoroughly, KUTayvt\\<a kataffgeUO.
Acts 4. 2 preached through Jesus the resurrection
13 5 they preached the word of God in the sy.
13. 38 through this man is preached unto you the
15. 36 we have preached the word of the Lord
17. 3 Jesus, whom I preach unto you, is Christ
17 13 word of God wa* preached of Paul at B
i Co. o. 14 they which preach the gospel should live
Phil. i. 16 The one preach Christ of contention, not
i. 18 in pretence.or in truth, Christ is preached
Col. i. 28 we preach, warning every man, and teac.
7. 7"o cry or proclaim as a herald, Kijpvffffw kerusso
Matt. 3. i came . . preaching in the wilderness of Ju
417 Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repeni
4. 23 preaching the gospel of the kingdom, am
9. 35 preaching the gospel of the kingdom, am
10. 7 preach, saying, The kingdom of heaven is
io 27 what ye hear in the ear. .preach ye upoi
11. i departed . . to teach and to preach in their
24. 14 gospel of the kingdom shall be preached
26. 13 Wheresoever this gospel shall be preached
Mark . 4 preach the baptism of repentance for the
. 7 preached, saying, There cometh one rnig
14 preaching the gospel of the kingdom of
38 I may preach there also : for therefore c
. 39 preached in their synagogues throughouf
3. 14 that he might send them forth to pntel
6. 12 went, .and preached that nion should re
14. 9 Wheresoever. this gospelshall be preachei
1 6 15 Go ye. .and preach the gospel to every c
16. 20 they went forth, and preached every where
Luke 3. 3 preaching the baptism of repentance for
4. 18 to preach deliverance to the captives, am
4.19 To preach the acceptable year of the Lord
4. 44 And he preached in tha synagogues of -
PREACHING
Luke 8. i preaching and showing the glad tidings
9. 2 sent them to preach the kingdom of God
24. 47 should be preached in his name among all
Acts 8. 5 Philip went down, .and preached Christ
9. 20 straightway he preached Christ in the sy.
io. 37 after the baptism which John preached
io. 42 commanded us to preach unto the people
15. 21 hath in every city them that preach him
19. 13 adjure you by Jesus whom Paul preacheth
20. 25 among whom I have gone preaching the
28. 31 Preaching the kingdom of God, and teac.
Rom. 2. 21 thou that preachest a man should not st.
io. 8 that is, the word of faith, which we preach
10. 15 how shall they preach except they bese.J
1 Co. i. 23 But we preach Christ crucified, unto the
9. 27 when 1 have preached to others, I myself
15. ii I or they, so we preach, and so ye believ.
15. 12 Now if Christ be preached that he rose
2 Co. 1. 19 Christ, who was preached among you by
4. 5 For we preach not ourselves, but Christ
11. 4 preacheth another, .whom we have not p.
Gal. 2. 2 which I preach among the Gentiles, but
5. ii if I yet preach circumcision, why do I yet
Phil. i. 15 Some indeed preach Christ even of envy
Col. i. 23 which was preached to every creature w.
i Th. 2. 9 we preached unto you the gospel of God
1 Ti. 3. 16 preached unto the Gentiles, believed on
2 Ti. 4. 2 Preach the word ; be instant in season, out
i Pe. 3. 19 he went and preached unto the spirits in
8. 7*o talk, discourse, \a\tu laled.
Mark 2. 2 and he preached the word unto them
Acts 8. 25 when they had testified and preached the
ii. 19 preaching the word to none but uuto the
13. 42 might be preached to them the next sab.
14. 25 when they had preached the word in Pe.
16. 6 were forbidden of the Holy Ghost to pre.
PREACH the gospel (of, to. in, into), to
To tell or announce good news, tuayyt\iu euagg.
Matt ii. 5 the poor have the gospel preached to th.
Luke 4. 18 anointed me to preach the gospel to the
7. 22 raised, to the poor the gospel is preached
9. 6 preaching the gospel, and healing every.
20. i as he taught . . and preached the gospel, the
Acts 8. 25 preached the gospel in many villages of
14. 21 when they had preached the gospel, 14. 7.
16. io called us for to preach the gospel unto th.
Rom. i. 15 I am ready to preach the gospel to you
10. 15 feet of them that preach the gospel of pe.
15. 20 so have I strived to preach the gospel, nut
1 Co. i. 17 For Christ sent me. .to preach the gospel
9. 16 For though I preach the gospel, I have no.
9. 16 woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel !
9. 1 8 when I preach the gospel, I may make the
2 Co.io. 16 To preach the gospel in the (regions) bey.
Gal. i. 8 preach any other gospel unto you than
i . 9 If any (man) preach any other gospel unto
4.13! preached the gospel unto you at the first
Heb. 4. 2 For unto us was the gospel preached, as
i Pe. i. 12 them that have preached the gospel unto
1. 25 word which by the gospel is preached unto
4. 6 for this cause was the gospel preached also
PREACH before or first, to
7*o cry or proclaim beforehand, irpoKi\pvaa<a prok.
Acts 3 20 Christ, which before was preached unto you
13. 24 John had first preached before his coming
PREACH before the gospel, to
7"o tell good news beforehand, irpotvayyt\ionau.
Gal. 3. 8 preached before the gospel unto Abraham
PREACH boldly, to
Touseboldness,befreeinspeech, Trap
1
pTjfftdConai parr.
Acts 9. 27 how he had preached boldly at Damascus
PREACHED (fully)
1. To Jill, make full, ir\rip6ta pleroo.
Rom. 1 5. 19 I have fully preached the gospel of Christ
2. Hearing, what is heard by the ear, aKorj akoe.
Heb. 4. 2 but the word preached did not profit them
PREACHER
l.Caller, congregator, preacher, p?njp qoheleth.
Eccl i i words of the preacher, the son of David
i 2 Vanity of vanities, saith the preacher, v.
1. 12 I the preacher was king over Israel in J.
7 . 27 Behold, this have I found, saith the prea.
12. 8 Vanity of vanities, saith the preacher ; all
12. 9 because the preacher was wise, he still t.
12. io preacher sought to find out acceptable w.
2.Crier,proclaimer, herald, itripvt
kerux.
1 Ti 2. 7 Whereunto lam ordained a preacher, and
2 Ti! i. ii Whereunto I am appointed a preacher.and
2 Pe. 2. 5 but saved Noah, .a preacher of righteous.
3.7*0 cry or proclaim as a herald, Krjpvffffu kerus.
Rom. io. M and how shall they hear without a pre.?
PREACHING
l.Cry, proclamation, preaching, nx ip qrriah.
Jon. 3. 2 preach unto it the preaching that I bid t.
2.A cry, proclamation, tdipvy^a. kerugma.
Matt 12. 41 because they repented at the preaehinp
Luke ii. 32 for they repented at the preaching of Jo.
Rom 16. 25 the preaching of Jesus Christ, according
1 Co. i. 21 pleased God by the foolishness of preach.
2. 4 my speech and my preaching (was) not
15. 14 then (is) our preaching vain, ami your fa
2 Ti. 4. 17 by me the preaching might be fully kno.
Titus i 3 manifested his word through preaching
PRECEPT
3. A word, \6yos logos.
i Co. 1. 18 For the preaching of the cross is to them
PRECEPT
l.Command, thing set up, rtyp) mitsvah.
Neh. o. 14 commandedst them precepts, btatutes.and
Isa. 29. 13, fear toward me is taught by the precept
Jer. 35. 1 8 kept all his precepts, and done according
Dan. g. 5 even by departing from thy precepts and
%.Charges, Q"j39 piqqudim.
Psa.ng. 4 cominanded(us)tokeepthypreceptsdilig.
119. 15 I will meditate in thy precepts, and have
119. 27 to understand the way of thy precepts : so
119. 40 I have longed after thy precepts : quicken
1:9. 45 will walk at liberty: for I seek thy prec.
119. 56 This I had, because I kept thy precepts
119.63 companion., of them that keep thyprece.
1 19. 69 will keep thy precepts with (my) whole
119. 78 (but) I will meditate in thy precepts
119.87 consumed . . but I forsook not thy precept
119. 93 I will never forget thy precepts : for wit
119. 94 save me ; for I have sought thy precepts
119. too I understand, .because I keep thy prec
1 19. 104 Through thy precepts I get understand
119. no laid a snare, .yet I erred not from thy p
119. 128 Therefore I esteem all (thy) precepts(c.
119. 134 Deliver me. .so will I keep thy precept
119. 141 despised ; (yet) do not I forget thy prec
119. 159 Consider how I love thy precepts : quic
119. 168 I have kept thy precepts and thytestim
119. 173 help me : for I have chosen thy precept
3. Command, thing set up, ly, iy tsav.
Isa. 28. 10 precept . . upon precept, precept upon pr
28. 13 precept upon precept, precept upon pre
LA charge, evroK-i} entole.
Markio. 5 For the hard, .he wrote you this precep
Heb. 9. 19 For when Moses had spoken everyprece
PRECIOUS (things or fruits)
1. Desire, n~Dn chemdah.
Dan. ii. 8 with their precious vessels of silver and
2. Desired or desirable objects, nmoq chamudoth.
2 Ch.2o. 25 both riches with the dead bodies, and pr Ezra 8. 27 two vessels of fine copper, precious as "o
Dan. ii. 43 and over all the precious things of Egypt
".Grace, jn chen.
Prov 17. 8 A gift (is as) a precious stone in the eyes
4. Outspreading (?), v$h chophesh.
Eze. 27. 20 Dedan (was) thy merchant in precious cl
ii.Oood, 3io fob.
2 Ki.2o. 13 showed them., the precious ointment and
Psa.i 33 . 2 (It is)likethepreciousointment upon the
Isa. 39. 2 showed them., the precious ointment, and
6. Rare, precious, ijj; yaqar.
1 Sa. 3. ! word of the LORD was precious in those
2 Sa. 12. 30 a talent of gold with the precious stones
i Ki.io. 2 she came to Jerusalem with., precious sto.
10. 10 she gave the king, .precious stones : there
10. ii great plenty of almug trees, and precious
1 Cn.20. 2 precious stones in it ; and it was set upon
29. 2 all manner of precious stones, and marble
2 Ch. 3. 6 garnished the house with precious stones
9. i gold in abundance, and precious stones
9. 9 she gave the king, .precious stones: neit
9. 10 servants, .brought algum trees and prec
32. 27 made himself treasuries. . for precious st
Job 28. 16 It cannot be valued., with the precious on
Psa.n6. 15 Precious in the sight of the LORD (is) the
Prov. i. 13 We shall find all precious substance we
3. 15 She (is) more precious than rubies:and all
6. 26 the adulteress will hunt for the precious
12. 27 the substance of a diligent man (is) prec.
24. 4 nlled|with all preciousand pleasant riches
Isa. 28. 16 a precious corner (stone), a sure founda
Jer. 15. 19 if thou take forth the precious from the
Lam. 4. 2 precious sons of Zion, comparable to fine
Eze. 27. 22 occupied in thy fairs, .with all precious
28. 13 every precious stone (was) thy Dan. n. covering 38 shall he honour, .with precious stones
7. Hare, precious, itf yeqar.
Job 28. 10 cutteth . . and his eye seeth every precious Prov 20. 15 but the lips of knowledge (are) a precious jer. 20. 5 I will deliver, .all the precious things th
Eze. 22. 25 have taken the treasure and precious th.
^.Precious thing, 130 meged.
Deut33. 13 for the precious things of heaven, for the
33. 14 precious fruits, .and for the precious th
33. 15 for the precious things of thelastinghills
33. 16 for the precious things of the earth and
9. Precious things, nimp migdanoth.
Gen. 24. 53 gave also . to her mother precious things 2 un.2i. 3 their father gave them, .precious things fczra i. 6 precious things, besides all (that) was w.
Iti. Acquisition, scattering, ^c meshek.
Psa. 126. 6 He that goeth forth, .bearing precious s.
II. Spices, nbj nekoth.
2 Ki. 20. 13 the house of his precious things, the sil
isa. 39. 2 house of his precious things, the silver
12. Heldin honour or preciousness, fvn^os entimos
i Pe. 2. 4 of men, but chosen of God, (and) precious 2. 6 lay m Sion a chief corner stone, elect, p.
13. Honour, reverence, preciousness, TIUTJ time
i re. 2. 7 Unto you. .which believe (he is) precious
7G9 PREPARE
It. Honourable, honoured, precious, ripios timios.
i Co. 3. 12 gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay
as. 5. 7 husbandman waiteth for the precious fr.
1 Pe. i. 7 being much more precious than of gold
i. 19 with the precious blood of Christ, as of a
2 Pe. i. 4 exceeding great and precious promises
Kev. 17. 4 decked with gold, and precious stones
18. 12 merchandise of gold, .and precious ston.
18. 12 all manner vessels of most precious wood
18. 16 decked with gold, and preciousston,- and
21. n light (was) like unto a stone most precious
21. 19 garnished with all manner of precious st.
PRECIOUS, like
Equally honourable or precious, laron^os isotimos.
2 Pe. i. i to them that have obtained like precious
PRECIOUS, very
1. Very precious, /3optm,uos barutimos.
Matt, 26. 7 an alabaster box of very precious ointme.
2. Very expensive, tro\vTf\fa poluteles.
Marki4. 3 "ox of ointment of spikenard very preci.
PRECIOUS, to be or make
1 . To be precious, rare, ijj; yaqar.
1 Sa. 26. 21 because my soul was precious in thine e.
2 Ki. i. 13 pray thee, let my life. .be precious in thy
i. 14 therefore let my life now be precious in
Psa. 49. 8 For the redemption of their soul (is) prec
72. 14 and precious shall their blood be in his
139. 17 How precious also are thy thoughts unto
Isa. 43. 4 Since thou wast precious in my sight, th.
2. To make precious or rare, ip; yaqar, 5.
Isa. 13. 12 I will make a man more precious than ft.
PREDESTINATE, to
To mark o/first or beforehand, Trpoopifa proorizd. Rom. 8. 29 he also did predestinate (to be) conformed
8. 30 whom he did predestinate, them he also
Eph. i. 5 Having predestinated us unto the adop.
i. ii beingpredestinated according to the pur.
PRE-EMINENCE
What is over and above, nnin mothar.
Eccl. 3 . 19 so that a man hath no pre-eminence above
PRE-EMINENCE, (to love) to have the
1.7"o be first, -rrpurtvu proteuO.
Col. i. J 8 in all (things) he might have the pre-emi.
2.7*0 love to be first, <pi\oTrpunti,ia 2>hilopr(>teud.
3 John 9 who loveth to have the pre-eminence am.
PREFER, BE PREFERRED, to
l.To cause to go up, nS# alah, 5.
Psa. 137. 6 if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief
2. To be pre-eminent, n^netsach, 4.
Dan. 6. 3 Then this Daniel was preferred above the
3.7*0 change, transfer, nyy shanah, 3.
Esth. 2. 9 preferred her and her maids unto the best
4.7*0 become, yivo/nai ginomai.
John i. 15 He that cometh after me is preferred be.
i. 27 He it is, who coming after me, is prefer.
i. 30 After me cometh a man which is preferred
5. To lead before, irpo-riyfo/j.a.1 proegeomai. Rom 12. 10 kindly affectioned .in honour preferring
PREFERRING one before another
Preference, prejudice, irpoKp^a prokrima.
i Ti. 5. 21 without preferring one before another, d.
PREMEDITATE, to
To take concern, /uA.eToo> meletao.
Marki 3 . n neither do ye premeditate; but whatsoe.
?REPARATION -
l.To prepare, establish, pa kun, 5.
Nah. 2. 3 flaming torches in the day of his prepar.
^.Arrangement, disposing, ij-iyjp maarak.
Prov 16. i The preparations of the heart in man, and
3. Preparation, readiness, fro^ao-fa hetoimasia.
Epn. 6. 15 your feet shod with the preparation of the
.A making ready, vapa^Ktvl] paraskeue.
Matt2 7. 6z that followed the day ol the preparation
ark, 5. 42 becauseit was the preparation, that is, the
Uuceaa. 54 that day was the preparation, and the s
Jonnig. 14 it was the preparation of the passover, and
19. 31 because it was the preparation, that the
19. 42 because of the Jews preparation (day); for
REPARATION, to make
To prepare, establish, pa kun, i>.
i Ch.22. 5 I will (therefore) now make preparation
REPARE (self), to
.7*o bind, gird, ipx asar.
i Ki. 1 8. 44 Prepare (thy chariot), and get thee down
2. 7*o appoint, prepare, ]ai zeman, 2.
Dan. 2. 9 for ye have prepared lying and corrupt w.
3. To be prepared, established, pa kun, 2.
l^1 35 4 ?rep r
Amos ! (yourselves) by the houses ofyour 4 . 12 I will do this unto thee, prepare to meet
.To prepare, establish, pa kun, 3a.
Job 8. 8 prepare thyself to the search of their fat
9- 7 he hath prepared his throne for judgment
107. 36 that they may prepare a city for habitati.
. 7*0 prepare, establish, pa kun, 5.
Exodie. 5 they shall prepare (that) which they bring
Exod2 3. 20 bring thee into the place which I haven *Num 23. i prepare me here seven oxen and seven r
23. 29 prepare me here seven bullocks and sev
Deuti 9 . 3 Thoushalt prepare thee a way, and divide
Josh. i. ii Prepare you victuals; for within tla,-, ,f
4. 4 twelve in.-n, rhomb*had prepared of (fa
i sa. 7. 3 prepare your heart* onto the LOBE -u,.!
23. 22 Go I pray you, prepare yet, and kn./w an, |
i ki. s . 1 8 DO theypretiared timberand stones tobn
6. 19 the oracle he prepared in the house with
1 Ch. 9. 32 over the showbread, to prepare (it) everv
12. 39 for their brethren had prepared /orthei i
15- i prepared a place for the ark of iji.d an, I
15. 3 unto bis place which he had prepared W 15. 12 unto (the place that) I have pr.-pared for
22. 3 David pr.- 1J;i r.-o: iionin abundance irthe 22. 5 ho David prepared abundantly before his
22. 14 in my trouble I have prepared for the h
22. 14 timberalsoaudstonehavelprepared-and
29. 2 Now I have prepared with all my might
29. 3 above all that I have prepared for the h
29. 16 all this store that we have prepared tob
29. ,8 keep this, .and prepare their heart unto 2 Ch. i. 4 (the place which) David had prepared for
2. 9 Even to prepare me timber in abundance
3- i place that David had prepared in the th
12. 14 he prepared not his heart to seek tl-e I
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19- 3 and hast prepared thine heart to seek God 20. 33 for as yet the people had not prepar.-.l th
26. 14 Lzziah prepared for them, throughoutali
27. 6 became mighty, because he preplired hia
29. 19 vessels, have we prepared and sanctified
29. 30 Hezekiah rejoiced, .that God had pi "par
30. 19 preparethhisheart to seek God the L
31.11 commanded to prepare, .and they prepar
35- 4 And prepare (yourselves) by the houses
35- 6 prepare your brethren, that (they) may 35- 14 therefore the Levites prepared for them.
35. 15 for their brethren the Levites prepared
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he" Jos ah had prepared the temple, N. Ezra 7. I0 * or Ezra had prepared his heart to gc:ek Lsth. 6. 4 on the gallows that he had prepared for
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M e Allows that he had prepared for Job n. 13 If thou prepare thine heart, and stretch
15. 35 conceive mischief., their belly prepareth
27. 1 6 Though he heap up silver, .and prepare
27. 17 He may prepare (it), but the just shall put 28. 27 he prepared it, yea, and searched it out
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2 " 7 tfviJ PrePared my seat in the street ! rsa. 7. 13 He hath also prepared for him theiustru
10. 17 thou wilt prepare their heart, thou wilt
57. 6 They have prepared a net for my steps
65 9 thou preparest them corn, when thou ha
68. 10 hast prepared of thy goodness for the po
74- 16 thou hast prepared the light and the sun
103. 19 LORD hath prepared his throne in the he
u I47
8 25? PrePareth rain for the earth, who m.
Prov. 8. 27 When he prepared the heavens, I (was)t
24. 27 Prepare thy work without, and make it
30. 25 yet they prepare their meat in the sumni
Jsa. 14. 21 Prepare slaughter for his children for the
40. 20 cunning workman to prepare a graven i
Jer. 46. 14 Stand fast, and prepare thee ; for the sw.
51. 12 set up the watchmen, prepare the ambu
Eze. 38. 7 prepare for thyself, thou, and all thv co
Zeph. i. 7 for the LORD hath prepared a sacriflce, he
6. To prepare or establish self, pa kun, 7a.
Psa. 59. 4 They run and prepare themselves without
7. To dig, prepare, iTia karah.
2 Ki. 6. 23 he preparedgreat provision forthem : and
8.7*0 number, count, appoint, nyfmanah. 3.
Psa. 61. 7 O prepare mercy and truth, (which) may Jon. i. 17 Now the LORD had prepared a great fish
4. 6 God prepared a gourd, and made (it) to
4. 7 God prepared a worm when the morning
4. 8 that God prepared a vehement east wind
9.7*0 arrange, set in array, ?,-$ arak.
> um 23. 4 I have prepared seven altars, and I have
Psa. 23. 5 Thou preparest a table before me in the p
Isa. 21. 5 Prepare the table, watch in the watch t
65. ii that prepare a table for that troop, and
10. To do, make, nyy asah.
Gen. 27. 17 bread, which she had prepared, into the
Jixodic. 39 neither had they prepared for themselves
-Numis. S shalt thou prepare with the burnt offer.
15. 6 thou shalt prepare (for) a meat offering
15. 8 when thou preparest a bullock (for) a bu.
15. 12 According to the number that ye shall p Josh 22. 26 Let us now prepare to build us an altar
2 Sa. 15. i prepared him chariots and horses, and f> iKi. i. 5 he prepared him chariots and horsemen
JNeh.i3. 5 had prepared for him a great chamber, w
13. 7 in preparing him a chamber in the courts
Esth. 5. 4 unto the banquet that I have prepared for
5. 5 to the banquet that Esther had prepared
5. 8 come to the banquet that I shall prepare
5. 12 unto the banquet that she had prepared
6. 14 unto the banquet that Esther had prepa. Isa. 64. 4 he hath prepared for him that waiteth for
Eze. 4. 15 and thou shalt prepare thy bread therew
12. 3 prepare thee stuff for removing, and rem
35- 6 I will prepare thee unto blood, and blood
43- 25 shalt thou prepare, .they shall also prep
45- 17 he shall prepare the sin offering and the
45- 22 upon that day shall the prince prepare for
45- 23 seven days of the feast he shall prepare
45- 24 he shall prepare a meat offering of an ep
2 the priests shall prepare his burnt offer
46. 7 he shall prepare a meat offering an eph.
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Eze. 46. 12 prince shall prepare, .he shall prepare his
46. 13 Thou shalt daily prepare .. thou shalt pr.
46 14 thou shalt prepare a meat offering for it
46 1 5 Thus shall they prepare the lamb, and the
Hos. 2. 8 multiplied her silver, (which) they prep.
11. To make ready the face or front, nj? panah, 3.
Gen. 24. 31 for I have prepared the house, and room
Psa 80 9 Thou preparedst (room) before it, and d.
Isu 40. 3 Prepare ye the way of the LORD, make s.
57 14 prepare the way, take up the stumbling
62 10 prepare ye the way of the people; cast up
Mai. 3. i he shall prepare the way before me : and
12. To set apart, consecrate, en,? qailesh, 3.
Jer. 6. 4 Prepare ye war against her ; arise, and let
22. 7 I will prepare destroyers against thee, ev.
51. 27 prepare the nations against her, call tune
51. 28 Prepare against her the nations with the
Joel 3. 9 Prepare war, wake up the mighty men
Mic. 3. 5 they eveu prepare war against him
13. To set apart, consecrate, en,? qadexh, 5.
Jer. 12. 3 and prepare them forlhe day of slaughter
14. To make ready, iroipAfa hetoimazo.
Matt. 3. 3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his
20. 23 to them) for whom it is prepared of my F.
22. 4 I have prepared my dinner: my oxen and
25. 34 inherit the kingdom prepared foi you from
25. 41 fire, prepared forthedevil and his angels
26 17 Where wilt thou that weprepare for thee
Mark i. 3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his
10. 4o(itshallbegiven to them)forwhom it is p.
14. 12 Where wilt thou that we go and prepare
Luke j. 76 go before the face of the Lord to prepare
2. 31 Which thou hast prepared before the face
3. 4 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his
12. 47 prepared not (himself), neither did acco
22 8 Go and prepare us the passover, that we
22. 9 said . . Where wilt thou that we prepare ?
23 56 prepared spicesand ointments; and rested
24 i bringing the spices which they had prep.
Johm 4 . 2 would have told you. I go to prepare a
14. 3 if I go and prepare a place for you, I will
1 Co. 2. q things which God hath prepared for them
2 Ti. 2. 21 meet for the master s use, (and) prepared
Phm. 22 But withal prepare me also a lodging: for
Heb.n. 16 notashamed. .for he hath prepared forth.
Rev. 8. 6 the seven angels, .prepared themselves to
9. 7 (were) like unto horses prepared unto ba.
q. 15 which were prepared for an hour, and a
12. 6 where she hath a place prepared of God
16. 12 way of the kings of the east might be pr.
21. 2 prepared as a bride adorned for her hus.
15. Tofit or adjust thoroughly, Karaprtfa katartizB.
Heb. 10. 5 wouldest not, but a body hast thou pre.
16. To make thoroughly read;/, Karaa-Ktva^u ko.tas.
Matt 1 1. 10 messenger., which shall prepare thy way
Mark i. 2 messenger, .which shall prepare thy way
Luke i. 17 make ready a people prepared for the L.
7. 27 messenger, .which shall prepare thy way
Heb. ii. 7 prepared an ark to the saving of his ho.
i Pe. 3. 20 while the ark was a preparing, wherein f .
17. To make ready fur, irapz<TK(vd.u paraskeuazo.
1 Co. 14. 8 who shall prepare himself to the battle ?
PREPARE afore, to
To make ready beforehand, Trpofroi(j.<ifaproetoim.
Rom. 9. 23 which he had afore prepared unto glory
PREPARED, (to be) -
I. To arm, fa chalats (pass, partic.).
Josh. 4. 13 About forty thousand prepared for war
2. To be prepared, established, J 3 kun, 2.
2 Ch. 8. 16 Now all the work of Solomon was prepa.
35. 10 So the service was prepared, and the pri.
35. 1 6 So all the service of the LORD was prepa.
Neh. 8. 10 unto them for whom nothing is prepared
Prov 19. 29 Judgments are prepared for scorners, and
Eze. 38. 7 Be thou prepared .. and all thy company
Hos. 6. 3 his going forth is prepared as the morning
3. To be prepared, established, ps kun, 4a.
Eze. 28. 13 was prepared in thee in the day that thou
4. To be prepared, established, J 3 kun, 6.
Prov.2i. 31 horse (is) prepared against the day of ba.
Isa. 30. 33 yea, for the king it is prepared : he hath
Nah. 2. 5 thereof, and the defence shall be prepared
5. To prevare or establish self, p3 kun, la.
Num 21. 27 let the city of Sihon be built and prepared
6. To arrange, set in order, THJ arak.
Eze. 23. 41 a stately bed, and a table prepared before
7.7V compound, npn ratjach, 4.
2 Ch.i6. 14 odours, .prepared by the apothecaries art
S. Ready, prepared, troi/xo* hetoimos.
Marki4. 15 large upper room furnished (and) prepa.
PREPARED, ready
To arm, (
>l
?ri chalats (pass, partic.).
2 Ch. 17. 18 fourscore thousand ready prepared for
PRESBYTERY
An assembly of elders, irpfir&vTfpiov prcsbuterion.
i Ti. 4. 14 the laying on of the hands of the presby.
PRESCRIBE, to
\.To write, 2n; kathab, 3.
Isa. jo. i write grievousness (which) they have pr.
2. To u-ritc, 3i?3 kethab.
Ezra 7. 22 baths of oil, and salt without prescribing
PRESENCE
1. Before, over against, front, -m neged.
i Ki. 8. 22 in the presence of all the congregation of
Prov 14. 7 Go from the presence of a foolish ; Ps.23o.
2. Eyes, TV [ayin}.
Gen. 23. 1 1 in the presence of the sons of my people
23. 18 for a possession in the presence of the c.
Dent 25. 9 come unto him in the presence of the el.
Jer. 28. i in the presence of the priests, and of all
28. 5 presence of the priests, and in the prese.
28. 1 1 spake in the presence of all the people, s.
32. 12 presence of the witnesses that subscribed
3. Face, countenance, B )$panim.
Gen. 3. 8 hid themselves from the presence of the
4. 16 Cain went out from the presence of the L.
16. 12 shall dwell in. the presence of all his bret.
25. 18 he diedin thepresenceof all his brethren
27. 30 scarce gone out from the presence of Isa.
41. 46 Joseph went out from the presence of P.
45. 3 for they were troubled at his presence
Exodio. ii were driven out from Pharaoh s presence
33. 14 My presence shall go (with thee), and I
33. 15 If thy presence go not (with me), carry us
35. 20 congregation, .departed from the presence
Lev. 22. 3 that soul shall be cut off from my prese.
Nuni2o. 6 went from the presence of the assembly
Josh. 4. ii and the priests, in thepresenceof the peo.
8. 32 which he wrote in the presence of the c.
1 Sa. 1 8. ii And David avoided out of his presence t.
19. 7 and he was in his presence, as in times p.
19. 10 but he slipped away out of Saul s prese.
2 Sa. 1 6. 19 (should I) not (serve) in the presence of
16. 19 father s presence, so will I be in thy pre.
24. 4 went out from the presence of the king
1 Ki. i. 28 came into the king s presence, and stood
12. 2 for he was fled from the presence of king
2 Ki. 5. 27 went out from his presence a leper (as w.)
13. 23 neither cast he them from his presence
24. 20 until he had cast them out from his pres.
25. 19 of them that were in the king s presence
1 Ch.i6. 27 Glory and honour (are) in his presence
1 6. 33 sing out at the presence of the LORD, be.
24. 31 cast lots, .in the presence of David the k.
2 Ch. Q. 23 sought the presence of Solomon, to hear
10. 2 whither he had fled from the presence of
20. 9 stand before this house, and in thy pres.
Neh. 2. i I had not been (before time) sad in his p.
Esth. i. 10 served in the presence of Ahasuerus the
8. 15 Mordecai went out from the presence of
Job i. 12 Satan went forth from the presence of the
2. 7 So went Satan forth from the presence of
23. 15 Therefore am I troubled at his presence
Psa. 16. 1 1 show me the path of life : in thy presence
17. 2 Let my sentence come forth from thy pr.
31. 20 shalt hide them in the secret of thy pres.
51. ii Cast me not away from thy presence ; and
68. 2 the wicked perish at the presence of God
68. 8 heavens also dropped at the presence of
95. 2 Let us come before his presence with th.
97. 5 at the presence of the LoRD.at the presence
114. 7 at the presence of the LORD, at the pres.
139. 7 or whither shall I flee from thy presence?
140. 13 the upright shall dwell in thy presence
Prov 17. 18 becometh surety in the presence of his fr.
25. 6 Put notforththyselfinthepresenceof the
25. 7 thou shouldest be put lower in the pres.
Isa. 19. i idols of Egypt shall be moved at his pres
63. 9 and the angel of his presence saved them
64. i mountains might flow down at thy prese.
64. 2 the nations may tremble at thy presence
64. 3 mountains flowed down at thy presence
Jer. 4. 26 broken down at the presence of the LORD
5. 22 will ye not tremble at mypresence, which
52. 3 he had cast them out from his presence
Eze. 38. 20 all the men . . shall shake at my presence
Jon. i. 3, 3 unto Tarshish from the presence of the
1. 10 tnat he fled from the presence of the LORD
Nah. i. 5 earth is burned at his presence, yea, the
Zeph. i. 7 Hold thy peace at the presence of the L.
4. Before, D^.qodam.
Dan. 2. 27 Daniel answered in the presence of the k
5. Presence, a being alongside, irapovffia parousia.
2 Co. 10. 10 but (his) bodily presence (is) weak, and
Phil. 2. 12 not as in mypresence only bntnow much
6. Face, countenance, irp6(reavov prosKprm..
Acts 3. 13 deniedhim in thepresenceof Pilate, when
3. 19 shall come from the presence of the Lon
5. 41 departed from thepresenceof thecounci
2 Co. 10. i I Paul, .who in presence (am) base among
1 Th. 2. 17 taken from you for a short time in prese
2 Th. i. 9 destruction from the presence of the Lon
Heb. 9. 24 now to appear in the presence of God fo
PRESENCE (of), in or before the
1. Over against, itrfvavrt apenanti.
Acts 3. 16 perfect soundness in the presence of you
2. Before, in front of, in presence of, ^-irpoffOfv.
i Th. 2. 19 (Are) not even ye in the presence of our
3. Tn the face or sight of, Iv&itiov enf,pion.
Luke i. 19! am Gabriel, that stand in the presence o
13. 26 We have eaten anddrunk in thypreseno
14. 10 worship in the presence of them that sit
15. 10 There is joy in the presence of theanpels<
John2o. 30 did Jesus in the presence of his disciple
Acts 27. 35 gave thanks to God iu presence of them
i Co. i. 29 That no flesh should glory in his presence
Rev. 14. 10 presence of the holy angel*, ami in the p.
I.Fully in the presence of, Kartvuiriov kateiiopwn.
Jude 24 faultless before the presence of his glory
PRESENT
l.A rtuard, 13PX eshkar.
Eze. 27. 15 they brought thee (for) a pretent norns of
2. A blessing, njPS berakah.
1 Sa. 30. 26 Behold a present for you of the spoil of
2 Ki. 18. 31 Make(an agreement) with me by a present
Jsa. 36. 16 Make (an agreement) with me (by) a pre.
o. Precious things, niyjap migdanoth.
a Ch-32. 23 many brought, .presents to Hezekiah king
.Present, offering, nn,-p mhtchah.
Gen. 32. 13 and took . . a present for Esau his brother
32. 1 8 it (is) a present sent unto my lord K.-.-ui
32. 20 appease him with the present that goeth
32. 21 So went the present over before him :and
33. 10 then receive my present at my hand ; for
43. 1 1 carry down the man a present, a little ba,
43. 15 men took that present, and they took do.
43. 25 they made ready the present against Jo.
43. 26 brought him the present which (was) in
Judg. 3. 1 5 sent a present unto Kglon the king of M.
3. 17 brought the present unto Eglon king of
3. 1 8 he had made an end to offer the present
3. 1 8 sent away the people that bare the pres.
6. 18 bring forth my present, and set (it) bef.
i Sa. 10. 27 despised him, and brought him no pres.
1 Ki. 4. 21 they brought presents, and served Solo.
10. 25 they brought every man his present, ve.
2 Ki. 8. 8 Take a present in thine hand, and go, in.
8. 9 took a present with him, even of every
17. 3 became his servant, and gave him prese.
17. 4 brought no present to the king of Assyria
20. 12 sent letters and a present unto Hezekiah
2 Ch. 9. 24 they brought every man his present, ves.
1 7. 5 Judah brought to Jehoshaphat presents
17. ii Philistines brought Jehoshaphat presents
Psa. 72. 10 kings of Tarshish. .shall bring presents
Isa. 39. i sent letters and a present to Hezekiah
Hos. 10. 6 carried unto Assyria (for) a present to k.
5. Bribe, reicard, inv shochad.
1 Ki.is. 19 I have sent unto thee a present of silver
2 Ki.i6. 8 sent (it for) a present to the king of AM.
6..Sew< away, D m ?? shilluchim.
i Ki. 9. 1 6 given it (for) a present unto his daughter
Mic. 1. 14 Therefore shalt thou give presents to Mo.
l.A present, V shai.
Psa. 68. 29 Because of thy temple . kings bring pre.
76. ii all that be round about him bring presents
Isa. 1 8. 7 In that time shall the present be brought
8. A present, ronr^ leshurah.
i Sa. 9. 7 not a present to bring to the man of God
9. To be found, >P matsa, 2.
Ezra 8. 25 and all Israel (there) present, had offered
Psa. 46. i our refuge and strength, a very present
.JVotc, at present, already, &pn arti.
i Co. 4. ii Even unto this present hour we both hu.
15. 6 the greater part remain unto this present
11. To put or place in, ivi<ni)ni enistemi.
Rom. 8. 38 powers, nor things present, nor things to
1 Co. 3. 22 death, or things present, or things to come
7. 26 that this is good for the present distress
Gal. i. 4 he might deliver us from this present evil
Heb. 9. 9 Which (was) a figure for the time then p.
12. To place upon, place by, ^IOTTJ/UI ephistt
Acts28. 2 because of the present rain, and because
1 3. JVow, vvv nun.
Rom. 8. 18 reckon that the sufferings of this present
ii. 5 Even so then at this present time also there
2 Ti. 4. 10 having loved this present world, and is d.
Titus 2.12 should live soberly . . in this present world
14. To be alongside, irdpn^i pareimi.
Heb. 12. ii no chastening for the present seemeth to
2 Pe. 1. 12 and be established in the present truth
PRESENT (wlf), to
1. To set up one s self, 3*; yatsab, 7.
i Sa. 10! IQ present yourselves before the LORD by
17 16 drew near, .and presented himself forty
Job i 6 the sons of God came to present themse.
* i the sons of God came to present themse.
2. i Satan came also, .to present himself bef.
2. To set up, ; yatsag, 5.
Gen. 47. 2 took, .five men, and presented them unto
3. To cause to find, present, >? matsa, 5.
Lev o 12 18 Aaron s sons presented unto him the
9. 13 theypresentedtheburntofferinguntohim
4. To cause to come or draw niyh, e;
Jj nagash, 5.
Judg. 6. 19 brought (it) out unto him . .and presented
5 [Their supplication will] fall, ^ naphal.
Jer. 36. 7 It may be they will present their supplL
6.7*0 cause tr> fall, present, Sjj naphal, 5.
Jer. 38. 26 I presented my supplication before the
42. 9 ye sent me to present your supplication
PRESENT 771 PREVAIL
Dan. 9. 1 8 for we do not present our supplications
9. 20 presenting my supplication before the L.
7. To be act up, 3*J natsab, 2.
Exod34. 2 present thyself there to me in the top of
8. To cause to stand, tpy amad, 5.
Lev. 14. ii shall present the man that is to be made
16. 7 present them before the LoRD(at)the door
27. 8 then he shall present himself before the
27. ii then lie shall present the beast before the
Num. 3. 6 and present them before Aaron the priest
9. To (five, ;n} nathan.
ze. 20. 28 there they presented the provocation of
10. To cause to come or draw near, :np qarab, 5.
Lev. z. 8 and when it is presented unto the priest
7. 35 in the day (when) he presented them to
11.7V* be seen, nhn raah, 2.
Gen. 46. 29 presented himself unto him ; and he fell
12. To set, place, station, IVryj/xt histemi.
Jude 24 able, .to present (you) faultless before the
13. To set alongside, irapiarrjfjii paristemi.
Luke 2. 22 brought him to Jerusalem, to present(him)
Acts 9. 41 when he had called . .presented her alive
23. 33 when they came to Cesarea . .presented P.
Ronii2. i that ye present your bodies a living sacr.
2 Co. 4. 14 Knowing that he. .shall present (us) with
ii. 2 that I may present (you as) a chaste vir.
Eph. 5. 27 That he might present it to himself a gl.
Col. i. 22 to present you holy and unblameableand
i. 28 may present every man perfect in Christ
PRESENT unto, to
To bear toward or to, Trpofftytpca prosphero.
Matt. 2. ii they presented unto him gifts ; gold, and
PRESENT (with), to be (here)
I. To be nourished, sustained, b 3 kul, 3o.
i Ki. 20. 27 children of Israel . . were all present, and
2.7*0 be found, N}tD matsa, 2.
i Sa. 13. 15 Saul numbered the people (that were) p.
13. 16 and the people (that were) present with
21. 3 bread in mine hand, or what there is pr.
1 011.29. 1 7 people, which are present here, to offer
2 Ch. 5. ii for all the priests (that were)present were
29. 29 king and all that were present with him
30. 21 children of Israel that were present at J.
31. i all Israel that were present went out to
34. 32 caused all that were present in Jerusalem
34. 33 made all that were present in Israel to se.
33. 7 for all that were present, to the number
35. 17 children of Israel that were present kept
33.18 all Judah and Israel that were present, and
Esth. i. 5 feast unto all the people that were present
4. 1 6 gather together all the Jews (that are) p.
3.7*0 stand, icy amad.
2 Sa. 20. 4 Then said the king . . be thou here present
4. To be among ones people, tv^rjufta endemeo.
2 Co. 5. 8 absent from the body, and to be present
5. 9 whether present or absent, we may beac.
5. To remain, pivw mend.
Johni4. 25 spoken unto you, being (yet) present with
6. To come alongside, irapa.yii oua.i parayinomai.
Acts 21. 18 Paul went in. .and all the elders were p.
7 .To lie alongside, Trapa.Ktifj.ai parakeimai.
Rom. 7. 18 for to will is present with me ; but (how)
7. 21 when I would do good, evil is present with
8. To be alongside, irdpfitit pareimr.
Lukei3. i There were present at that season some
Acts 10. 33 therefore are we all here present before
1 Co. 5. 3 as absent in body, but present in spirit
5. 3 judged already, as though I were present
2 Co. 10. 2 that I may not be bold when I am present
10. n (we be) also in deed when we are present
11. 9 when I was present with you, and wanted
13. 2 and foretell you as if I were present, the
13. 10 lest being present I should use sharpness
Gal. 4. 18 and not only when I am present with you
4. 20 I desire to be present with you now, and
PRESENT with, to be here
To be alongside with, eru^urapfiui sumpareimi.
Acts 25. 24 all men which are here present with us, ye
PRESENTED, to be
1 . To be caused to stand, ~\Dy amad, 6.
Lev. 16. 10 shall be presented alive before the LORD
2. To cause to come or draw near, 3"if3 qarab, 5.
Lev. 2. 8 when it is presented unto the priest, he
PRESENTLY
1. In tlie day, oi 3 bay-yum.
1 rov. 12. 16 A fool s wrath is presently known : but a
2. At the same moment, f^avTijs exaules.
Phil. 2. 23 Him therefore I hope to send presently
3.Along with the matter, irapaxpn^a parachrema.
Matt.2i. 19 And presently the fig tree withered away
[See Give.]
PRESERVE, to
1.7*0 give or preserve life, n;n chayah, 3.
Gen. 19. 32, 34 that we may preserve seed of our fat.
>eh. 9 . 6 preservest them all ; and the host of he.
2. To give ease, safety, yvi yasha, 5.
2 Su. 8. 6, 1 4 preserved David whithersoever he went
i Ch.iS. 6, 13 LORD preserved David whithersoeve
Psa. 36. 6 O LORD, thou preservest man and beast
3. 7*o cause to be over and above, in; yathar, 5.
Psa. 79. 1 1 preserve thou those that are appointed to
4.7*0 cause to slip away, B^,p malat, 5.
Isa. 31. 5 deliver (it); and passing over he will pre
5.7*0 keep, watch, reserve, iyj natsar.
Psa. 12. 7 thou shall preserve them from this gene
25. 21 Let integrity and uprightness preserve me
31. 23 (for)the LORD preserveth the faithful, am
32. 7 thou shaltpreserve me from trouiilr; thm
40. ii let thy loving kindness, .continually pre
61. 7 prepare mercyand truth, (which)may pr
64. i preserve my life from fear of the enemy
140. i, 4 O LORD, .preserve me from the violeui
Prov 20. 28 Mercy and truth preserve the king; and
22. 12 The eyes of the LORD preserve knowledge
Isa. 49. 8 preserve thee, and give thee for a coven.
6. 7*0 put, place, DV, ator sum, sim.
Gen. 45. 7 God sent me before you to preserve you
7. 7*o keep, observe, *tsy shamar.
Josh 24. 17 preserved us in all the way wherein we w.
i Sa. 30. 23 preserved us, and delivered the company
Job 10. 12 thy visitation hath preserved my spirit
29. 2 as (in) the days (when) God preserved me
Psa. 1 6. i Preserve me, O God : for in thee do I put
41. z LORD will preserve him, and keep him al.
86. 2 Preserve my soul, for I (am) holy : O thou
97. 10 he preserveth the souls of his saints; he
1 1 6. 6 LORD preserveth the simple : I was brou.
121. 7 shall preserve thee from all evil : he shall
121. 8 shall preserve thy going out, and thy co.
145. 20 LORD preserveth all them that love him
146. 9 LORD preserveth the strangers ; he reliev.
Prov. 2. 8 keepeth the paths of judgment, and pres.
2. ii Discretion shall preserve thee, understa.
4. 6 Forsake her not, and she shall preserve
14. 3 but the lips of the wise shall preserve th.
16. 17 he that keepeth his way preserveth his
8. To preserve alive, faoyoveca zoogoneo.
Luke 17. 33 whosoever shall lose his life shall preserve
9.7*0 make sound or whole, tria^ca sozo.
2 Ti. 4. 18 will preserve (me) unto his heavenly kill.
PRESERVE (alive or life), to
1 . 7*0 give or preserve life, n;ri chayah, 3.
Deut. 6. 24 might preserve us alive, as (it is) at this
Job 36. 6 He preserveth not the life of the wicked
Jer. 49. ii I will preserve (them) alive; and let thy
2.A life preserver. n;np michyah.
Gen. 45. 5 did send me before you to preserve life
PRESERVED, to be
l.One kept, watched, reserved, TXJ natsir.
Isa. 49. 6 and to restore the preserved of Israel ; I
2. To be snatched away, Ss: natsal, 2.
Gen. 32. 30 I have seen God. .and my life is preserv.
3.7*0 be kept, np^ shamar, 2.
Psa. 37. 28
fprsaketh not his saints ; they are preser.
Hos. 12.13 Egypt, and by a prophet was he preserved
4. 7*o keep together, <rvvTi]peco suntereo.
Matt. 9. 17 into new bottles, and both are preserved
Luke 5. 38 into new bottles; [and both are preserved]
~j. To keep, TTjpeu> tereo.
i Th. 5. 23 be preserved blameless unto the coming
Jude i to them that are . . preserved in Jesus Ch.
PRESERVER
7*0 keep watch, reserve, isj natsar.
Job 7. 20 O thou preserver of men ? why hast thou
PRESIDENTS
Presidents, pj-jg sarekin
Dan. 6. 2 over these three presidents, of whom D.
6. 3 Daniel was preferred above the presidents
6. 4 Then the presidents and princes sought
6. 6 Then these presidents and princes assem.
6. 7 All the presidents of the kingdom, the g.
PRESS (fat)
1. Winepress or vat, na gath.
Joel 3. 13 for the press is full, the fats overflow : for
2. Wine or oil press or vat, 2|T yeqeb.
Prov. 3. 10 thy presses shall burst out with new wine
Isa. 16. 10 shall tread out no wine in (their) presses
Hag. 2. 16 when (one) come to the press fat for to
3. Winepress or vat, TVB purah.
Hag. 2. 16 for to draw out fifty (vessels) out of the p.
PRESS
A crowd, ox^os ochlos.
Mark 2. 4 could not come nigh unto him for the p.
5. 27 came in the press behind, and touched
5. 30 turned him about in the press, and said
Luke 8. 19 and could not come at him for the press
19. 3 could not for the press, because he was
RESS, i^down, sore, toward, upon), to
To come or go down, nnj nachath.
Psa. 38. 2 stick fast.. and thy hand presseth me so.
2. 7*o press, 1x9 patsar.
Gen. 19. 3 pressed upon them greatly ; and they tu.
19. 9 pressed sore upon the man, (even) Lot, and
3. 7*0 break, spread, or burst forth, p$ parats.
2 Sa. 13. 25 pressed him : howbeit he would not go
13. 27 Absalom pressed him, that he let Ainuon
4.7*0 distress, oppress, straiten, pis tsuq, 5.
J udg 1 6. 16 she pressed him daily with her words, and
5. 70 press, cry sachat.
Gen. 4o. 1 1 pressed them into Pharaoh s cup, and I
6. 7*0 press awai/ or off, a.-iroO\i&<a apothlibo.
Luke 8. 45 the multitude throng thee and press (th.
%
7. 7*0 force, use force, 0ici(o/j.a.i biazomai.
Lukei6. 16 preached, and every man presseth into it
8. To pursue, Sitaicw dioko.
Phil. 3. 14 I press toward the mark for the prize of
9. 7*0 lie or be laid upon, iiriKfifjMi epikeimai.
Luke 5. i pressed upon him to he,ar the word of G.
10. 7*0 fall upon, i-nnriirru epipipto. Mark 3 . J0 insomuch that they pressed upon him for
ll.To press (with the foot), irttfa piezo. Luke 6. 38 good measure, pressed down, and shaken
12. 7*0 hold together, (rvt>(x<a sunecho.
Acts 1 8. 5 Paul was pressed in the spirit, and testL
PRESSED (on), to be
1.7*0 hasten, press, rrn dachaph.
Esth. 8. 14 being hastened and pressed on by the k.
2.7*0 be bruised, "fij maak, 4.
Eze. 23. 3 there were their breasts pressed, and th.
3.7*0 press, piy uq, 5.
Amos 2. 13 I am pressed, .as a cart is pressed (that
4.7*0 be weighed down, 0a.peofj.au bareomai.
2 Co. i. 8 that we were pressed out of measure, a.
PRESUME, to
1.7*0 act proudly, presume, TT, TIT zud, zid. 5.
Deut 1 8. 20 prophet which shall presume to speak a
2. To jill in, be full, x^ male.
Esth. 7 . 5 where is he, that durst presume in his h.
3. 7*0 presume, lift self up, ^ aphal, 5.
Xumi4 . 44 they presumed to go up unto the hill top
PRESUMPTUOUS, PRESUMTUOUSLY, (to come)
1. 7*o act proudli/, presume, T], -m zud, zid, 5.
Exod2i. 14 But if a man come presumptuously upon
Deut. i. 43 and went presumptuously up into the h.
17. 13 and fear, ana do no more presumptuously
2.Proud, presumptuous, "it zed.
Psa. 19. 13 Keep back thy servant also from presum.
3. Pride, presumption, pi} zadon.
Deuti7. 12 man that wilfdo presumptuously, and w.
1 8. 22 the prophet hath spoken it presumptuos.
4. With a high hand, n;jn T2 be-yad ramah,
Numis. 30 the soul that doeth (ought) presumptuos.
5. Bold, daring, To\fj.i)Tfis tol/nftes.
2 Pe. 2. 10 Presumptuous (are they), self willed, they
PRETENCE
pretence, pretext, irp6<f>a<ns prophasis.
Matt 23. 14 [and for a pretence make long prayer]
Mark 1 2. 40 for a pretence make long prayers : these
Phil. L 18 in pretence, or in truth, Christ is preach.
PREVAIL (against), to
1.7*0 be or become strong or courageous, \^amats.
2 Ch.i3. 18 the children of Judah prevailed, because
2.7*0 be or become mighty, i;a gabar.
Gen. 7. 18 the waters prevailed, and were increased
7. 19 the waters prevailedexeeedingly upon the
7. 20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters pre.
7. 24 the waters prevailed upon the earth an
49. 26 The blessings of thy father have prevailed
Exodi7. 1 1 Moses held up his hand . . Israel prevailed
17. ii when he let down his hand, Amalek pre.
1 Sa. 2. 9 silent.. for by strength shall no man pre
2 Sa. ii. 23 the men prevailed against us, and came
i Ch. 5. 2 Judah prevailed above his brethren, and
Psa. 65. 3 Iniquities prevail against me : (asfor)our
Lam. i. 16 are desolate, because the enemy prevailed
3.7*0 make mighty, 135 gabar, 5.
Psa. 12. 4 With our tongue will we prevail; our lips
4. 7*0 make or show self mighty, i;3 gabar, 7.
Isa. 42. 13 The LORD, .shall prevail against his ene.
5. 7*0 lay or keep hold on, pjn chazaq.
Gen. 47. 20 because the famine prevailed over them
1 Sa. 17. 50 David prevailed over the Philistine with
2 Sa. 24. 4 the king s word prevailed against Joab,and
1 Ki. 16. 22 people that followed, .prevailed against
2 Ki. 25. 3 the famine prevailed in the city, and there
1 Ch.2i. 4 the king s word prevailed against Joab
2 Ch. 8. 3 And Solomon went, .and prevailed against
27. 5 He fought . . and prevailed against them
6.7*0 make strong, take. hoJd on. pm chazaq, 5.
Job 1 8. 9 (and) the robber shall prevail against him
Dan. ii. 7 shall deal against them, and shall prevail
. 7*o be able, Sb; yakol, 1, 6.
Gen. 30. 8 I wrestled with my sister, and I have pr.
32. 25 when he saw that he prevailed not against
32. 28 hast thou power with God. .and hast pre. Numzz. 6 peradventurelshallprevail,(that)wemay
Judgi6. 5 by what (means) we may prevail against
PREVENT 77-J PRIEST
i Sa. 17. 9 if I prevail against him, and kill him, then 4 What is snatched at, inn chrtln-)>]i.
26. 25 thou shall both do great (things), anil p.
1 Ki. 22. 22 Thou shalt persuade- (him), and prevail
aCh.iS. 21 thou shalt also prevail: go out, and do
K.sth (-. 13 thou shalt not prevail against him. lint
Pat. 13. 4 I have prevailed against him; (and) tlmM
i2i>
2 yet they have not prevailed against me
Isa. 16. 12 come.. to pray; hut he shall not prevail
Jer. i. 19 they shall not prevail against thee ; for
. 22 toss themselves, yet ran they n<>t ;
15. 20 they shall not prevail against thee : for
20. 7 thou art stronger, .and hast prevail. -d
20. to we shall prevail against him, and we sh.
20. 1 1 and they shall not prevail : they shall be
38. 22 Thy friends.. have prevailed against thee
Hos 12. 4 kad power over the angel, and prevail"- !
Obad. 7 deceived thee,(and)prevailed against thee
S.To be able, ^^yekil.
Dan. 7. 21 horn made war. .and prevailed against t.
9. TV be heavy, weighty, 133 kabed.
Judg. i. 35 the hand of the house of Joseph prevailed
10.7*0 eat, consume, O?^ lacham, 2.
Isa. 7. i went, .hut could not prevail against it
11. To be or become or make strong, ny azaz.
Judg. 3. 10 hand prevailed against fhushan-rishath.
6. 2 hand of Midian prevailed against Israel
12. To keep in, restrain, detain, retain, i$y atsar.
2 Ch.i4- ii O LORD., let not man prevail againstthee
13. To fear, be afraid, terrified, p^ arats.
Isa. 47. 12 able to profit, if so he thou mayest prevail
14. To rule, cause to rule, ni-j radah.
Lam. i. 13 sent fire, .and it prevaileth against them
15. To strengthen, prevail, ipn taquph.
Job 14. 20 Thou prevailest for ever against him, and
15. 24 they shall prevail against him, as a king
Eccl. 4. 12 And if one prevail against him, two shall
16..S/wj>, hard, nyjj qasheh.
Judg. 4. 24 and prevailed against Jabiu the king of
17. To be strong, prevail, Iffx^ta ischuo.
Acts 19. 16 prevailed against them, so that they fled
19. 20 So mightily grew the word, .and prevailed
Rev. 12. 8 And prevailed not ; neither was their pi.
18. To be very strong, prevail greatly, K.O.THTXVW.
Matt 16. 18 gates of hell shall not prevail against it
Lukeas- 23 the voices, .of the chief priests prevailed
19. To conquer, obtain victory, VIKO.U nikao.
Rev. 5. 5 hath prevailed to open the book, and to
20. 7"o profit, benefit, u(j>t\fca dpheler,.
Mattay. 24 he could prevail nothing, but (thai) rath.
John 1 2. 19 Perceive ye how ye prevail nothing? bt;.
PREVENT, to
1.7*0 t><; go, come, or put before, Q~!d qadam, 3.
2 Sa.22. 6 sorrows, .the snares of death prevented
22. 19 prevented me in the day of my calamity
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Job 3. 12 Why did the knees prevent me V orwhythe
30. 2/boiled. . the days of affliction prevented n, e
Paa. 18. 5 sorrows .. the snares of death prevented
1 8. 18 prevented me in the day of my calamity
21. 3 thou preventest him with the blessings of
59. 10 The God of my mercy shall prevent me
79. 8 let thy tender mercies speedily prevent us
88. 13 in the morning shall my prayer prevent
119. 147 I prevented thedawning of the morning
119 148 Mine eyes prevent the (night) watches.th.
Isa. 21. 14 prevented with their bread him that fled
2. To put before, U~$ qadam, 5.
Job 41. n Who hath prevented me, that I should r.
Amos 9. 10 The evil shall not overtake nor prevent us
3.7"o come before, anticipate, Trpofiddvu prophthan<~>.
Matt 17. 25 Jesus prevented him, saying, What think.
4. 7*o precede, <f>8<ivw phthano.
1 Th. 4. 15 shall not prevent them which are asleep
PREY -
1. Eating, food, Vsk okel.
Job 9. 26 are. .as the eagle (that) hasteth to the prey
39. 29 From thence sheseeketh the prey. .here.
2. Prey, 13 baz.
Nuini4. 3 our wivesand . .children should be a prey?
14. 31 your little ones, .ye said should be a prey
31. 32 the prey which the men of war had eauu ht
Deut. i. 39 little ones, which ye said should be a prey
2 Ki. 21. 14 a prey and a spoil to all their enemies
Isa. 10. 6 to take the prey, and to tread them down
33- *3 RT6111 spoil divided ; the lame take the ].
42. 22 they are for a prey, and none deliver, th
Jer. 30. 16 all that prey upon thee will I give fora p.
Eze. 7. 21 I will give it into the hands, .for a prey
29. 19 take her prey ; and it shall be the wages
34. 8 my flock became a prey, and my flock be.
34. 22 they shall no more be a prey ; and I will
34. 28 they shall no more be a prey to the heat.
36. 4 a prey and derision to the residue of the
36. 5 hare appointed to east it out for a prey
38. 12 to take a prey ; to turn thine hand upon
38. 13 thou gathered thy company to take a p.
8. .Prey, i? bizzah.
Neh. 4 4 for a prey in the land of captivity
Ksth. 9. >5 but on the prey they laid not their hand
9. 16 but they laid not their hands on the prey
Dan. ii. 24 be shall scatter among them the prey, and
Prov23. 28 She also lieth in wait as (for) a prey, and
5. To tear, tear o/, 1^9 taraph.
Psa. 17. 12 as a lion (that) is greedy of his prey, and
6. Torn thing, prey, TJ? tereph.
Gen. 49. 9 from the prey, my sou, thou art gone up
Num 23. 24 not lie down until he eat (of) the prey
Job 4. ii The old lion peri-Oieth for hickof prey, :i
24. 5 rising betimes for a prey : the wilderness i
38. 39 Wilt thou hunt the prey for the lion, or
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Psa. 70. 4 more glorious, .than the mountains of p.
104. 21 The young lions roar after tiieirprey, and
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124. 6 hath not given ns(as)a pre> to their teeth
Isa. 5. 29 lay hold of the prey, and shall carry (it)
31. 4 and the young li<m roaring on his prey
Eze. 19. 3 it learned to cati-h the prey : it <le\.uired
19. 6 learned to catch the prey, (and) devoured
22. 25 like a roaring lion ravening the prey: th.
22. 27 like wolves ravening the prey, to shed bl.
Amos 3. 4 Will a lion roar. . when he hath no prey .
> ah. 2. 12 filled his holes with prey, and his dens
2. 13 I will cut off thy prey from the earth
3. i all full of lies (and) robbery ; the prey de.
7. What is taken or cavght, nips? malqoach.
> um3i. ii and all the prey,(both) of menandofbea.
31. 12 they brought the captives, and the prey
31. 26 Take the sum of the prey that was taken
31. 27 divide the prey into two parts, between
Isa. 49. 24 Shall the prey be taken from the mighty
49. 25 the prey of the terrible shall be delivered
8. Prey, booty, i ad.
Gen. 49. 27 in the morning he shall devour the prey
Isa. 33. 23 then is the prey of a great spoil divided
Zeph. 3. 8 until the day that I rise up to the prey
9. Spoil, y?y shaM.
Judg. 5. 30 have they (not) divided the prey ; to every
5. 30 a prey of divers colours, a prey of divers
8. 24 give me every man the ear rings of his prey
8. 25 did cast therein . .the earrings of his prey
Isa. 10. 2 that widows may be their prey, and (that)
Jer. 21. 9 and his life shall be unto him for a prey
38. 2 he shall have his life for a prey, and shall
39. 1 8 but thy life shall be for a prey unto thee
45. 5 thy life will I give unto thee for a prey in
PREY, to take for or make (self) a
1. To ti k>< prey, na bazaz.
Deut. 2. 35 Only the cattle we took for a prey unto
3. 7 the spoil . . we.took for a prey to ourselves
Josh. 8. 2 shall ye take for a prey unto yourselves
8. 27 Israel took for a prey unto themselves
ii. 14 Israel took for a prey unto themselves
Esth. 3. 13 and (to take) the spoil of them fora prey
8. ii and (to take) the spoil of them for a prey
Jer. 30. 16 and all that prey upon thee will I give for
Eze. 26. 12 and make a prey of thy merchandise; and
"2. To make self a spoil, hhy shalal, 7a.
Isa. 59. 15 he (that) departeth . . maketh himself a p.
PRICE
I. Price, 2>reciousnes3, "ip; yeqar.
Zech. ii. 13 agoodly price that I was prised at of
2. Silver, 1?3 keseph.
Lev. 25. 50 the price of his sale shall be according to
1 Ch.2i. 22 thou shalt grant it me for the full price
21. 24 but I will verily buy it for the full price
3. Hire, price, TITD mechir.
Deut23. 18 the hire of a whore, or the price of a dog
2 Sa. 24. 24 but I will surely buy (it) of thee at a pr.
1 Ki.io. 28 merchants received the linen yarn at a p.
2 Ch. i. 16 merchants received the linen yarn at a p.
Job 28. 15 neither shall silver be weighed . . the price
Psa. 44. 12 and dost not increase, .by their price
Prov 17. 16 Wherefore . . a price in the hand of a fool
27. 26 and the goats (are) the price of the field
Isa. 45. 13 not for price nor reward, saith the LORD
55. i buy wine . . without money, and without p.
Jer. 15. 13 wiil I give to the spoil without price, and
4. What is to be sold, wares, price, i3p meker.
Prov 31. 10 Who can find a virtuous woman?, .her p.
5. Acquisition, i>ossession, n^miqnah.
Lev. 25. 16 increase the price, .diminish the price of
6. Acquisition, scattering, HB i? m-eshek.
Job 28. 18 for the price of wisdom (is) above rubies
7.Arm H Hi-men t, valuation, T}i erek.
Job 28. 13 Man knoweth not the price thereof; nei.
8. Hire, reward, price, ~\$p sakar.
Zech ii. 12 give (me) my price, .weighed for my pri.
9. Honour, precioustiess, price, TI^I time.
Matt27. 6 It is not lawful . .it is the price of blood
27. 9 the price of him that was valued, whom
Acts 4. 34 brought the prices of the things that we
5. 2 kept back (part) of the price, his wife also
5. 3 keep back (part) of the price of the land
19. ic) they counted the price of them, and found
i Co. 6. 20 For ye are bought with a price : therefore
7. 23 Ye are bought with a price ; be not ye the
PRICE, of great
1. Very expensive, iroAuTA.T)s poluteles.
i Pe. 3. 4 which is in the sight of God of great price
2. Very precious, iroAun^o? polntimos.
Matti j. 46 when he had found one pearl of great pr.
PRICK
1.-4 prick, "v sek.
Num.33. 55 (shall be) pricks in your eyes, and thorns
2.A prick, goad, Ktvrpov kentron.
Acts 9. 5 (hard for thee to kick against the pricks]
26. 14 hard for thee to kick against the pricks
PRICK, to
1.7*0 act bitterly, make bitter, iN.p maur, 5.
Eze. 28. 24 a pricking brier unto the house of Israel
2.7*0 sharpen or prick self, :& shanan, la.
Psa. 73. 21 was grieved, and I was pricked in my re.
3. 7*o stab, pierce thoroughly, Karavvaata /MtanussO.
Acts 2. 37 they were pricked in their heart, and sa.
PRIDE
I. Pride, nw yeah.
Prov. 8. 13 pride, and arrogancy, and the evil way
2. Pride, rising, excellency, njss gaavah.
.Job 41. 15 scales (are his) pride, shut up together (as
Psa. 10. 2 The wicked in (his) pride doth persecute
36. ii Let not the foot of pride come against me
73. 6 pride oompasseth them about as a chain
Provi4. 3 the mouth of thefoolish (is)arod of pride
29. 23 A man s pride shall bring him low : but
Isa. 9. 9 that say in the pride and stoutness of he.
25. ii he shall bring down their pride together
Jer. 48. 29 his pride, and the haughtiness of hishe.irt
Zi-ph. 3. ii take away, .them that rejoice in thy pride
3. Pride, rising, excellency, pKj yaon.
Lev. 26. 19 I will break the pride of your power; and
Job 35. u they cry . .because of the pride of evil m.
Psa. 59. 12 let them even l)e taken in theirpride: and
Prov 16. 18 Pride (goeth) before destruction, and an
Isa. 16. 6 We have heard of the pride of Moab ; he
1 6. 6 of his haughtiness, and his pride, and his
23. 9 to stain the pride of all glory, .to bring in.
Jer. 13. 9 the pride o! ,lu< I ah, and the great pride of
48. 29 We have heard the pride of Moab, he is
Eze. 16. 49 pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of
16. 56 was not mentioned, .in the day of thy pr.
30. 6 the pride of her power shall coiut- down
Hos. 5. 5 the pride of Israel doth testify to his face
7. 10 the pride of Israel testifleth to his face
Zeph. 2. 10 This shall they have for their pride, IMJC
Zech. 9. 6 will cut off the pride of the l hili.-tin> -
10. n the pride of Assyria shall be brought down
u. 30 voice, .for the pride of J ordau is spoiled
i. Pride, rising, excellency, nw geuth.
Isa. 28. i Woe to the crown of pride, to the drunk.
28. 3 Che crown of pride, the drunkards of Ep
5. Height, loftiness, haughtiness, ft;a gobah.
2 Ch.32. 26 humbledlhimself for the pride of hi- he*.
Psa. 10. 4 through the pride of his countenance
6. Pride, lifting up, ma gevah.
Job 33. 17 may withdraw.. and hide pride from m.
Jer. 13. 17 shall weep in secret places for (your) pr.
Dan. 4. 37 those that walk in pride he is. .to abase
7. Pride, presumption, jVijaufon.
i Sa. 17. 28 I know thy pride, and the naughtiness of
Prov. 1 1. 2 pride cometh, then cometh shame: but
13. 10 by pride cometh contention : but with the
Jer. 49. 16 (and) the pride of thine heart, O thou that
Eze. 7. 10 the rod hath blossomed, pride hath bud.
Obad. 3 The pride of thine heart hath deceived
8. 7*o act pmudly, presume, ~ni zud, 5.
Dan. 5. 20 lifted up, and his mind hardened in pride
9. Entanglement, artifice, D3T rokes.
Psa 31. 20 Thou shalt hide them . . from the pride of
10.Pride, j np shachats.
Job 41. 34 he(is) a king over all the children of pride
11. Vain boasting or glory, ostentation, iXaCovtia.
i Jo. 2. 16 the pride of life, is not of the Father, but
12. Arrogance, uirepT/^xma huperephania.
Mark 7. 22 an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness
[See Lift up with.]
PRIEST
I. Priest, prince, minister, Jn3 kohen.
Gen. 14. 18 he (was) the priest of the most high God
41. 45, so daughter of Poti-pherah priest of On
46. 20 the daughter of Poti-pherah prie.-<t of On
47. 22 On the land of the priests bought he not
47. 22 the priests had a portion (assigned them)
47. 26 except the land ohepriests only, (which)
Exod. 2. 16 the priest of Midian had seven daughter*
3. i Jethro, his father in law. the priest of M.
18. i Jethro the priestof Midian. Moses father
19. 6 ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests
19. 22 let the priests also, which come near to
19. 24 let not the priests and the people break
29. 30 that son that is priest in his stead shall
31. 10 the holy garments for Aaron the pri>
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35. 19 the holy garments for Aaron the prie-t
38. 21 hand of Ithamar, son to Aaron the prie-t
39. 41 the holy garments for Aaron the prie-t
Lev. i. 5, 8, ii and the priests, Aaron s sons, shall
i. 7 the sons of Aaron the priest shall put tini.
gand the priest shall burn all on the ilt ir
i. 12 the priest shall lay them in order on the
i. 13 the priest shall bring (it) all. and burn
i. 15 the priest shall bring it unto the altar, and
1. 17 and the priest shall burn it upon the alt.
2. 2 he shall bring it to Aaron s sons the prie.
2. 2 the priest shall burn the memorial of it
Lev.
PRIEST
2. 8 when it is presented unto the priest, he
2. 9 priest shall take from the meat oll -rintr
i. 16 the priest shall burn the memorial of it
3. 2 the priestg shall sprinkle the blood upo
3. ii And the priest shall burn it upon the a.
3. 16 the priest thai I burn them upon the alta
4. 3 If the priest that is anointed do sin ace-
4. 5, 16 And the priest that is anointed slial
4. 6, 17 And the priest shall dip bis finger
4. 7 the priest shall put (some) of the blood
4- i> 35 priest shall burn them upon the alta
4. 20 the priest shall make an atonement for
4. 25, 30, 34 the priest shall take of the blood
4. 26, 31, 35 the priest shall make an atonerne
4. 31 the priest shall burn (it) upon the altar
5. 6, 10, 13, 16, 18 priest shall makean atone
5. 8 he shall bring them unto the priest, \vhc
5. 12 shall he bring it to the priest, and the p
5. 13 shall he the priest s, as a meat offering
5. 16 the fifth part, .and give it unto the pries
5. 18 for a trespass offering, unto the priest
6. 6 for a trespass offering, unto the priest
6. 7 the priest shall make an atonement for
6. 10 the priest shall put on his linen garmeu
6. 12 the priest shall burn wood on it every m
6. 22 the priest of his sons that is anointed in
6. 23 every meat offering for the priest shall 1,
6. 26 the priest thatoffereth it for sin shall CL.
6. 29 All the males among the priests shall ea
7. 5 the priest shall burn them upon the altai
7. 6 Every male among the priests shall eat
7. 7 priest that maketh atonement therewitl
7. 8 the priest that offereth any man s burnt
7. 8 the priest shall have to himself the skin
7. 9 all. .shall be the priest s that offereth it
7. 14 it shall be the priest s thatsprinkleth the
7. 31 the priest shall burn the fat upon the al.
7. 32 right shoulder shall ye give unto the pr.
7. 34 have given them unto Aaron the priest
12. 6 she shall bring a lamb, .unto the priest
12. 8 the priest shall make an atonement for
13. 2 the priest, or unto one of his sons the pr.
J 3- 3 3. 5. 6, 25, 27, 32, 34 the priest shall look
So in v. 34, 36, 39, 43, 50, 53, 55.
13- 4i 31, 33 the priest shall shut up (him that
13. 5, 21, 26 the priest shall shut him up seven
13. 6 the priest shall pronounce
So in v. 8, ii, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 30, 37, 44.
13. 7 been seen of the priest, .of the priest ag.
13. 8 And (if) the priest see that, behold, the
13. 9 then he shall be brought unto the priest
13. 10, 17 the priest shall see (him:) and, behold
13. 12 all tiie skin, .wheresoever the priest look.
13. 13 Then the priest shall consider: and, beh.
13. 15 And the priestshall see the raw flesh, and
13. 1 6 be changed., he shall come unto the prie.
33. 19 and. .reddish, and it be showed to the p.
13. 20 And if, when the priest seeth it, behold
13. 21, 20 if the priest look on it, and, behold
13. 30 Then the priest shall see the plague : and
13. 31 And if the priest look on the plague of the
13. 36 the priest shall not seek for yellow hair
13. 49 and shall be showed unto the priest
13. 54 the priest shall command that they wash
13. 56 ifthepriest look, and, behold, the plague
14. 2 the leper, .shall be brought unto the pri.
14. 3 the priest shall go forth out of the camp
14. 3 the priest shall look, and, behold, (if) the
14. 4 Then shall the priest command to take for
14. 5 the priest shall command that one of the
14. ii the priest that maketh (him) clean shall
14. 12 the priest shall take one he lamb, and off.
14. 13 asthesinoffering(is)thepriest s,(sois)the
14. 14 the priest shall take (some) of the blood
14.14 the priest shall put (it) upon the tip of the
14. 15 the priest shall take (some) of the log of
14. 16 the priest shall dip his right finger in the
14. 17 of the oil that (is) in his hand shall the p.
14. 1 8 the remnant of the oil that (is) in the pr.
14. 18, 20, 31 the priest shall make an atonement
14. 19 the priest shall offer the sin offering, arid
14. 20 the priest shall offer the burnt offering
14. 23 bring them on the eighth.. unto the priest
14. 24 the priest shall take., the priest shall wave
14. 25 the priest shall take (some) of the blood
14. 26 the priest shall pour of the oil into the p.
14. 27 the priest shall sprinkle with his right fi
14. 28 the priest shall put of the oil that (is) in
14. 29 the rest of the oil that (is) in the priest s
14. 35 shall come and tell the priest, saying, It
14. 36 the priest shall command that they empty
14. 36 before the priest go (into it) to see the p.
14. 36 after ard the priest shall go in to see the
14. 38 the priest shall go out of the house to the
14. 39 the priest shall come again the seventh
14. 40 the priest shall command that they take
14- 44 the priest shall come and look, and, beh.
M- 48 And if the priest shall come in, and look
M- 48 the priest shall pronounce the house cl.
5- 14 young pigeons, .and give them unto the
1515 the priest shall offer them, the one (for)
5- 15. 3 the priest shall make an atonement
15- =9 bring them unto the priest, to the door
5- 30 the priest shall offer the one (for) a sin
6. 32 the priest whom he shall anoint, and w
16. 33 he shall make an atonement for the pri.
5 unto the priest, and offer them (for) pe.
17. 6 the pnest shall sprinkle the blood upon
19. 22 the pnest shall make an atonement for
21. i Speak unto the priests the sons of Aaron
21. 9 the daughter of any priest, if she profane
21. 10 the high priest among his brethren, upon
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Lev. 21. 21 No man . .of the seed of Aaron the priest
10 a sojourner of the priest, or an hired ser.
11 if the priest buy (any) soul with his money
12 If the priest s daughter also be (married)
13 But if the priests daughter be a widow, or
14 shall give (it) unto the priest with the holy
10 first fruits of your harvest unto the priest
11 on the morrow after the sabbath the prie.
20 the priest shall wave them with the bread
20 they shall be holy to the LORD for the p.
8 before the priest, and the priest shall va.
8 according to his ability, .shall the pi ; -t
11 he shall present the beast before the pri.
12 the priest shall value it, whether it be
12 as thou valuest it, {who art) the priest, so
14 the priest shall estimate it, whether it be
14 as the priest shall estimate it, so shall it
18, 23 the priest shall reckon unto him the
21 the possession thereof shall be the priest s
3 the priests which were anointed, whom he
t> presentthem before Aaron the priest, that
.-2 And Kleazar the son of Aaron the priest
i office of Eleazar the son of Aaron the pri.
28, 33 Ithamar the son of Aaron the priest
8 unto the LORD, .to the priest, beside the
9 offering, .which they bring unto the priest
10 whatsoever any man giveth the priest
15 shall the man bring his wife unto the pr.
16 the priest shall bring her near, and get he:-
17 the priest shall take, .the priest shall ta.
1 8 the priest shall set. .the priestshall have
19 the priest shall charge her by an oath, am:
21 the priest shall charge, .the priest shall
23 the priest sh. 11 write these curses in a b.
25 Then the priest shall take the jealousy
26 the priest shall take an handful of the
30 the priest shall execute upon her all this
10 two young pigeons, to the priest, to the
1 1 the priest shall offer the one for a sin off.
16 the priest shall bring, .before the LORD
17 the priest shall offer also his meat offer.
19 the priest shall take the sodden shoulder
20 the priest shall wave them (for) a wave of
20 this (is) holy for the priest, with the v, av
8 of Ithamar the son of Aaron the priest
8 the priests, shall blow with the trumpet
25, 28 the priest shall make an atonement f<>
37 Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest, tlia
39 Eleazar the priest took the brasen censer
28 LORD S heave offering to Aaron the pries
3 ye shall give her unto Eleazar the priest
4 Eleazar the priest shall take of her b!oo<
6 the priest shall take cedar wood, arid hv
7 the priest shall wash his clothes, and he
7 the priest shall be unclean until the evei
7, 1 1 Eleazar, the son of Aaron the priest
i unto Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest
. 3 Moses and Eleazar the priest spake witli
i. 63 by Moses and Eleazar the priest, who nil.
i. 64 whom " loses and Aaron the priest numb.
. 2, 22 before Eleazar the priest, and before
. 19 set him before Eleazar the priest, and b.
. 21 he shall stand before Eleazar the priest
. 6 and Phinehas the sou of Eleazar the priest
. 12 unto Moses, and Eleazar the priest, and
3. 3L Si. 54 And Moses, and Eleazar the p.
. 21 the priest said unto the men of war whi
. 26 the priest, and the chief fathers of the c.
. 29 give (it) unto Eleazar the priest, (for) an
. 41 heave offering, unto Eleazar the priest
. 2 to Eleazar the priest, and unto the prin.
. 28 Eleazar the priest, and Joshua the son of
. 38 Aaron the priest went up into mount Hor
. 17 Eleazar the priest, and Joshua the son of
. 25, 28, 28 the death of the high priest
. 32 again to dwell . . until the death of the pr.
9 thou shall come unto the priests the Lev.
12 the priest that standeth to minister there
1 8 out of (that which is) before the priests
1 The priests the Levites, (and) all the tri.
. 3 this shall be the priests due from the p.
3 they shall give unto the priest the shoul.
17 before the priests and the judges which
2 the priest shall approach and speak unto
5 the priests the sons of Levi shall come n.
8 all that the priests the Levites shall teac.
3 thou shalt go unto the priest that shall be
4 the priest shall take the basket out of thine
9 Moses and the priests the Levites spake
9 delivered it unto the priests the sons of
3 and the priests the Levites bearing it
6 Joshuaspake unto the priests, saying, Take
8f i3> 5; 17 the priests that bear the ark
14 the priests bearing the ark of the coven.
3 out of the place where the priests feet s.
9, 10, 16, 18 the priests which bear the ark
11 the ark. .passed over, and the priests, in
17 Joshua therefore commanded the priests
18 the soles of the priests feet were lifted up
4 seven priests shall bear before the ark se.
4 the priests shall blow with the trumpets
6 Joshua the son of Nun called the priests
6 let seven priests bear seven trumpets of
8, 13 seven priests bearing the seven trum.
9 the priests that blew with the trumpets
12 the priests took up the ark of the LORD
16 when the priests blew with the trumpets
33 before the priests the Levites, which bare
i Eleazar the priest, and Joshua the son of
4 they came near before Eleazar the priest
51 Eleazar the priest, and Joshua the son of
6 until the death of the high priest that sh.
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21. 4, 13 the children of Aaron t!.,- priefst
21. 19 the cities of the children of Aaron, the p
22. 13, 31, 32 J hinehas the son of Klewzar the p
22. 30 when I hinehas the priest, and the princei
Judgi 7 . 5 made.. one of his sons, who became higp
17. 10 be unto rne a father and a priest and I
17. 12 they., ling man became his priest, and was
17. 13 good, seeing I have a Leviteto(my) priest
1 8. 4 Micah..hath hired rue, and I am his priest
18. 6 And the priest said unto them, t:,, j,, pe
1 8. 17 the priest stood in the entering of the K
18. 18 Then said the priest unto them What do
1 8.
>9 go with us. .be to us a father and a prient
1 8. 19 be a priest unto the house of one man
18. 19 or that thou be a j.ne-t U nt-> a tribe and
18. 20 the priest s heart was glad ; and he took
. 24 Ye have taken away, .the priest, and ye
18. 27 they took, .the priest whi, 1, he had, and
18. 30 he and his sons were priests to the tribe
i 5a. i. 3 the two sons of Eli . . the priestg of the L.
1. 9 Eli the priest sat upon a aeat by a post of
2. ii child did minister..befon Eli the priest
2. 13 And the priest s custom with the people
2. i j the priest s servant came, while the flesh
2. 14 all ! ro light up the priest took for hinu
2. 15 the priest s servant came, and said to the
2. 15 Give flesh to roast for the priest f,, r he
2. 28 (to be) my priest, to offer upon mine altar
2. 35 I will raise me up a faithful priest (that)
5. 5 neither the priestsof Dagon, nor aliy that
C. 2 the Philistines called for the priests and
14. 3 the son of Eli the LORD S priest in Shiloli
14. 19 while Haul talked unto the priest, that the
14. 19 Saul said unto the priest, Withdraw thine
14. 36 Then said the priest, Let us draw near h
21. i came David to Nob to Ahirnelech the pr
21. 2 And David said unto Ahirnelech the priest
21. 4 And the priest answered David, and said
21. 5 David answered the priest, and said unto
21. 6 So the priest gave him hallowed (bread)
21. 9 the priest said, The sword of Goliath the
22. n the king seut to call Ahimelech the priest
22. ii and all his father s house, the priests that
22. 17 slay the priests of the LORD; because th.
22. 17 would not. .fall upon the priestsof theL.
22. 18 Doeg, Turn thou, and fall upon thepriests
22. 1 8 he fell upon the priests, and slew on that
22. 19 Nob, the city of the priests, smote he with
22. 21 showed, .that Saul had slain the LORD .SD.
23. 9 he said to Abiathar the priest, Bring hit.
30. 7 And David said to Abiathar the priest
2 Sa. 3. 17 And Zadok. .and Ahimelech. .(were)thep.
I L . 27 The king said also unto Zadok the priest
15. 35 (hast thou) not there with thee. .the pr. ?
15.35 tell (it) to Zadok and Abiathar the priests
17. 15 said, .unto Zadok and to Abiathar the p.
19. ii sent to Zadok and to Abiathar the prie.-ts
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20. 25 and Zadok and Abiathar (were) the priests
1 Ki. i. 7 And he conferred .. with Abiathar thepr.
i. 8, 26 the priest, and Benaiah the son of
i. 19 Abiathar the priest, and Joab the captain
j. 25 captains of the host, and AbJathar the p.
i. 32, 38, 44, 45 the priest, and Nathan the pr.
i. 34 let Zadok the priest, and Nathan the pr.
i. 39 Zadok the priest took an horn of oil out
1. 42 Jonathan the son of Abiathar the priest
2. 22 for Abiathar the priest, and for Joab the
2. 26 And unto Abiathar the priest said the k.
2. 27 thrust out Abiathar from being priest un.
2. 35 Zadok the priest did the king put in the
4. 2 Azariah the son of Zadok the priest
4. 4 and Zadok and Abiathar(were) the priests
8. 3 the elders of Israel came, and the priests
8. 4 those did the priests and the Levites bring
8. 6 the priests brought in the ark of the cov.
8. 10 when the priests were come out of the h.
8. 1 1 So that the priests could not stand to m.
12. 31 made priests of the lowest of the people
12. 32 the priests of the high places which he had
13. 2 upon thee shall he offer the priests of the
13. 33 made, .of the lowest of the people priests
13. 33 he became (one) of the priests of the high
2 Ki. 10. ii great men, and his kinsfolks, and his pri.
10. 19 of Baal, all his servants, and all his prie.
n. 9 to all.. that Jehoiada the priest command,
n. 9 every man. .and came to Jehoiada the p.
11. 10 to the captains over hundreds did the p.
ii. 15 the priest commanded the captains of the
ii. 15 the priest had said, Let her not be slain
ii. 18 slew Mattan the priest of Baal before the
11. 18 the priest appointed officers over the ho.
12. 2 wherein Jehoiada the priest instructed
12. 4 .Tehoash said to the priests, All the mon.
12. 5 Let the priests take (it) to them, every m.
12. 6 the priests had not repaired the breaches
12. 7 Jehoiada the priest, and the (other) pries.
12. 8 the priestg consented to receive no (more)
12. 9 the priest took a chest, and bored a hole
12. 9 the priest that kept the door put therein
12. 10 king s scribe and the high priest came up
12. 16 the trespass money, .it was the priests
if. 10 Ahaz sent to Urijah the priest the fashion
id. ii Trijah the priest, built an altar according
16. ii rrijah the priest made (it)against king A.
16. 15 king Ahaz commanded Urijah the priest
16. 16 Thus did I rijah the priest, according to
17. 27 one of the priests whom ye brought from
17. 28 one of the priests, whom they had carried
17. 32 made.. of the lowest of them priests of tho
19. 2 the elders of the priests, covered wKh aa.
33. 4 Go up to Hilkhih the high priest, that he
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3 Ki 22. 8 Hilkiah the high priest said unto Shaphan
22. io Hilkiah the priest hath delivered me a b.
22 12 the king commanded Hilkiah the priest
22; ... So Hilkiah the priest, and Ahikam, and
2- 2 the priests, and the prophets, and til the
23 4 Hilki-ih the high priest, and the priests of
27 8 he brought all the priests out of the cities
n 8 places where the priests had burnt incense
27 Q the priests of the high places came not up
27 20 he slew all the priests of the high places
24 the book that Hilkiah the priest found in
18 chief priest, and Zephaniah the HOond p.
2 the priests, Levites, and the Nethiniins
10 ofthe priests; Jedaiah, and Jehoiarib, and
30 of the sons of the prie>ts made the oint.
2 to the priests and Levites (which are) in
11 called for Zadok and Abiatharthe priests
14 So the priests and the Levites sanctified
24 the priests, did blow with the trumpets
6 the priests with trumpets continually be.
39 the priest, and his brethren the priests
16 Zadok.. and Abimelech..(were) the priests
princes, .with the priests and the Levites
6 Zadok the priest, and Ahimelech the son
6, 31 the fathers of the priests and Levites
s Benaiah the son of Jehoiada, a chief pri.
13, 21 courses of the priests and the Levites
22 the chief governor, and Zadok (to be) pr.
6 but the sea (was) for the priests to wash
q he made the court of the priests, and the
s these did the priests (and) the Levites bring
j the priests brought in the ark of the cov.
1 1 when the priests were come out of the h.
n the priests (that were) present were san.
12 and twenty priests sounding with trump.
14 So that the priests could not stand to m.
41 let thy priests, O LORD God, be clothed
2 the priests could not enter into the house
6 And the priests waited on their offices; the
6 the priests sounded trumpets before them
14 the courses of the priests to their service
14 to praise and minister before the priests
i s commandment of the king unto the priests
13 the priests and the Levites that (were) in
is ordained him priests for the high places
o Have ye not cast out the priests of the L.
q and have made you priests after the man.
o may be a priest of (them that are) no gods
10 the priests, which minister unto the LORD
12 his priests with sounding trumpets to cry
14 and the priests sounded with the trumpets
3 without a teaching priest, and without
8 with them Elishama and Jehoram, priests
8 (of) the priests, and of the chief of the f .
11 Amariah the chief priest (is) over you in
ii So Jehoshabeath . .the wife of . .the priest
4 third, .of the priests and of the Levites
6 save the priests, and they that minister
8 that Jehoiada the priest had commanded
8 Jehoiada the priest dismissed not the co.
q the priest delivered to the captains of h.
14 the priest brought out the captains of h.
14 the priest said, Slay her not in the house
17 slew Mattan the priest of Baal before the
1 8 by the hand of the priests the Levites
2 right, .all the days of Jehoiada the priest
5 he gathered together the priests and the
1 1 the high priest s officer came and emptied
20 Zechariah the son of Jehoiada the priest
25 the blood of the sons of Jehoiada the pn.
17 Azariah the priest went in after him, and
17 and with him fourscore priests of the L.
18 but to the priests the sons of Aaron, that
iq and while he was wroth with the priests
19 before the priests in the house of the Lo.
20 the chief priest, and all the priests, look.
4 he brought in the priests and the Levites
. 16 the priests went into the inner part of
2 1 he commanded the priests the sons of Aar.
22 and the priests received the blood, and
24 the priests killed them, and they made
26 Levites. .and the priests with the trump.
74 the priests were too few, so that they co.
34 the (other) priests had sanctified theinse.
34 more upright in heart, .than the priests
TO 3 the priests had not sanctified themselves
j is the priests and the Levites were ashamed
lp. 16 the priests sprinkled the blood . .of the h.
*j 21 the priests praised the LORD day by day
10 24 a great number of priests sanctified the.
25 with the priests and the Levites, and all
30 27 the priests the Levites arose and blessed
5i 2 of the priests and the Levites after their
31 2 the priests and Levites for burnt offerings
ii. 4 the portion of the priests and the Levites
31 q Hezekiah questioned with the priests and
31 io Azariah the chief priest of the house of
31 15 in the cities of the priests, in . .set office
31. 17 to the genealogy of the priests by the n.
31. 19 the priests, (which were) in the fields of
31 iq to all the males among the priests, and to
34. s he burnt the bones of the priest upon th.
4. q when they came to Hilkiah the high pn.
14. 14 Hilkiah the priest found a book of the 1.
34. 18 Hilkiah the priest hath given me a hook
34. 7c the priests, and the Levites, and all the
35. "2 he set the priests in their charges, and e.
35. 8 unto the people, to the priests, and to the
35. 8 gave unto the priests for the passover off.
35. io the priests stood in their place, and the
35. ii priests sprinkled (the blood) from their
35. i4forthe priests: because the priests the sons
2 Ch 35 14 prepared, .for the priests the sons of Aa.
35 18 the priests, and the Levites, and all Jud.
36 14 the priests and the people transgressed
Ezra i 5 and the priests, and the Levites, with all
2 36 The priests : the children of Jedaiah. "i
2 61 of the children of the priests: thechildivn
2 63 till there stood up a priest with I rim and
2 6q They gave, .one hundred priests ganne.
2 70 So the priests, and the I.evites, and (some)
3 2 the priests, and Zerubbabel the son of S
3! 8 the priests and the Levites, and all they
3 io they set the priests in their apparel with
3 ! 12 ofthe priests and Levites, and chief of the
6. 20 the priests and the Levites were
purified
6. 20 for their brethren the priests, and for th.
7 s Eleazar, the son of Aaron the chief priest
7 7 of the priests, and the Levites, and the s.
7 . 1 1 king Artaxerxes gave unto Ezra the priest
8 1 5 I viewed the people and the priests, and
8 24 of the priests, Sherebiah, Ilashabiah.and
8 29 of the priests and the Levites, and chief
8 30 So took the priests and the Levitesthe w.
8 33 of Meremoth the son of Uriah the priest
q. i and the priests, and the Levites, have not
9. 7 have we, our kings, (and)ourpriests, been
io 5 the chief priests, the Levites, and all Isr.
io io the priest stood up, and said unto them
io 16 the priest, (with) certain chief of the fat.
io 1 8 among the sons of the priests there were
Neh. 2 16 nor to the priests, nor to the nobles, nor
3 i the high priest rose up, with his brethren
3 i the priests, .they bnilded the Sheep gate
3. 20 door of the house of Eliashib the high pr.
3 22 after him repaired the priests, the men of
3 28 above the horse gate repaired the priests
s. 12 I called the priests, and took an oath of
7 39 The priests : the children of Jedaiah, of
7 . 63 of the priests : the children of Habaiah
7 65 their stood (up) a priest with Urim and
7. 70 five hundred and thirty priests garments
7 72 and threescore and seven priests garme-
7 73 So the priests, and the Levites, and the p
8 2 Ezra the priest brought the law before t
8. 9 Ezra the priest the scribe, and the Levites
8 1 3 all the people, the priests, and the Levites
q 32 on our priests, and on our prophets, and
q 34 Neither have . .our priests, nor our fathe
q 33 and our princes, Levites, (and; priests, se
10. 8 Bilgai, Shemaiah : these (were) the priest
io. 28 the priests, the Levites, the porters, the
io. 34 the priests, the Levites, and the people
io 36 the priests that minister in the house
io. 37 unto the priests, to the chambers of the
io. 38 the priest the son of Aaron shall be witl
10 ?9 the priests that minister, and the porter
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3 priests, and the Levites, and the Nethin
ii io Of the priests : Jedaiah the son of Joiaril
11 20 the priests (and) the Levites, (were) in al
12 i the priests and the Levites that went up
12 7 These . . the chief of the priests and of th.
12. 12 in the days of Joiaklm were priests, th
12 22 also the priests, to t.ie reign of Darmsthe
12 26 in the days, .of Ezra the priest, the scribe
12 30 the priests and the Levites purified them.
12 35 And. .of the priests sons with trumpets
12 41 the priests; Kliakim, Maaseiah, Miniamin
12 44 portions of the law for the priests and L-.
12. 44 for the priests and for the Levites that
13. 4 the priest, having the oversight of the c.
13 5 the oil. .and the offerings of the priests
1313 Shelemiah the priest, and Zadok the scr.
i~ 2 S Joiada, the son of Eliashib the highpriest
!3. 30 of the priests and the Levites, every one
Psa 78 64 Their priests fell by the sword ; and their
99. 6 Aaron among his priests, and Samuel am.
i io 4 Thou (art) a priest for ever after the order
132 9 Let thy priests be clothed with righteou.
132 16 I will also clothe her priests with salvat.
Isa 8 2 Uriah the priest, and Zechariah the son
24. 2 And . .as with the people, so with the p.
28 7 the priest and the prophet have erred th.
37 2 the elders of the priests, covered with sa.
61 6 ye shall be named the priestsof the LORD
66. 21 And I will also take of them for priests
Jer. i. i of the priests that (were) in Anathoth in
1. 18 against the priests thereof, and against
2 8 The priests said not, Where (is) the LORD?
2. 26 their kings.. and their priests, and their
4 9 the priests shall be astonished, and the
s. 31 and the priests bear rule by their means
6 13 from the prophet even unto the priest ev.
8 i the bones of the priests, and the bones of
8 io from the prophet even unto the priest ev.
13 13 the priests, and the prophets, and all the
14 1 8 the prophet and the priest go about into
18 18 the law shall not perish from the priest
19 i Go and get . . of the ancients of the priests
20 i Pashur the son of Immer the priest, who
21 i Zepnaniah the son ot Maaseiah the pnest
23. ii both ]>n>p
>et and priest are profane : yea
23. 33 when.. a priest, shall ask thee, saying, Wh.
23. 34 the priest, and the people, that shall say
26. 7, 8 the priests and the prophets and al
26. ii Then spake the priests and the prophets
26. 16 said, .unto the priests and to the prophets
27. 16 I spake to the priests, and to all this
28. i, s in the presence of the priests, and
29. i to the priests, and to the prophets, and to
29. 25 Maaseiah the priest, and to all the priests
20. 26 priest in the stead of Jehoiada the pries
29. 29 the priest read this letter in theeMBOtJ.
31. 14 I will satiate the soul of the pnests with
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Jer 32 32 their priests, and their prophets, and the
33. 18 Neither shall the priests the Levites want
3. 21 with the Levites the priests, my ministers
!4 . 19 the priests, and all the people of the land
3 Zephaniah the son of Maaseiah the priest
is! 7 (with) his priests and his princes together
4q. 3 (and) his priests and his princes together
52. 24 priest, and Lephaniah the bemud prie;
Lam. i. 4 her priests sigh, her virgins are afflicted
1 1 9 niy priests and mine elders gave up th>-
2 6 hath despised . .the king and the priest
2. 20 shall the priest and the prophet be slain
4. 13 her priests, that have shed the blond <>i
4 16 respected not the persons of the priests
Eze i ;
" "t" K/ekiel the priest, the son of Buzi
7. 26 the law shall perish from the priest, and
22. 26 Her priests have violated my law, and
40 45 46 the priests, the keepers of the charge
42 i ; the priests that approach onto the LORD
42 14 When the priests enter therein, then shall
13 19 thou shalt give to the priests the Levites
43. 24 the priests shall cast salt upon them, and
43. 27 priests shall make your burnt offerings
44 15 the priests the Levites, the sons of Zadok
44 21 Neither shall any priest drink wine when
44 22 take . . a widow that had a priest before
4 30 first, .of your oblations, shall be the prie.
44- 30 ye shall also give unto the priest the first
44. 31 priests shall not eat of any thing that is
45. 4 shall be for the priests the ministers of the
45. 19 priest shall take of the blood of the sin of.
46. 2 the priests shall prepare his burnt offering
46 19 into the holy chambers of the priests, w.
46. 20 This (is) the place where the priests shall
48 io (even) for the priests, shall be (this) holy
48. ii for the priests that are sanctified of the
48 13 over against the bordersof the priests the
Hos 4. 4 people (are) as they that strive with the p.
4. 9 there shall be, like people, like priest : and
s. i Hear ye thi:-, O priests; and hearken, ye
6. 9 company of priests murder in the way by
Joel i. 9 the priests, the LORD S ministers, mourn
1. 13 Gird yourselves, and lament, ye priests
2. 17 Let the priests, .weep between the porch
Amos 7 io Then Amaziah the priest of Beth-el sent
Mic 3 ii priests thereof teach for hire, and the p.
Zenii i 4 the name of the Chemarims with the pr.
4 her priests have polluted the sanctuary
Hag i 1,12,14 Joshua the son of J osedech the h . p.
-> 2 4 to Joshua the son of Josedechthe. .pr.
2. ii Ask now the priests (concerning) the law
2. 12 And the priests answered and said, N"
2 13 priests answered and said, It shall be un.
3 i showed me Joshua the high priest stand.
I 8 Hear now, O Joshua the high priest, thou
6 ii Joshua the son of Josedech, the high pr.
6 13 he shall be a priest upon his throne : and
7 3 speak unto the priests which (were) in the
7 5 Speak unto, .the priests sayii:g, When ye
1 6 O priests, that despise my name. And ye
2 i O ye priests, this commandment (is) for
2! 7 For the priest s lips should keep knowle.
2 Priest, prince, minister, jn; kahen.
Ezra 6. 9 according to the appointment of the pn.
6 16 the priests . . kept the dedication of this
6 18 set the priests in their divisions, and. .L.
7 12 unto Ezra the priest, a scribe of the law
7 13 his priests and Levites, in my realm, wn.
7 16 with the freewill offering, .of the priests
7 21 that whatsoever Ezra the priest, the scribe
7. 24 touching any of the priests and Levite
Z.Tdolatrous priests, D-IC? kemarim.
Hos. io. 5 priests thereof (that) rejoiced; Zeph. 1.4.
4. A priest, Itpfvs liieretis.
Matt. 8. 4 show thyself to the priest, and offer t
12 4 which were with him, but only for the p.?
12 s how that on the sabbath days the priests
Mark i. 44 show thyself to the priest, and offer for
a. 96 which is not lawful to eat but for the pr.
Luke i. s a certain priest named Zachanas, of the
s . 14 show thyself to the priest, and offer for
6. I not lawful to eat but for the pnests alone T
io. 31 by chance there came down a certain pr
17 14 Go show yourselves unto the priests. And
John i. i 9
4
-when..JeVs sent priests and Levites from
Acts 4 . i spake unto the people, thepriests and t
6. 7 company of the priests were obedient to
14. 13 Then the priest of Jupiter, which was be.
Heb 5 . 6 Thou (art) a priest for ever, after the order
7 i For this kefchtoedec . .priest of the most
-. 3 Without father, .abideth a priest contin.
- ii that another priest should rise after the
7 is after the similitude., ariseth another pr.
7 17 21 Thou (art) a priest for ever, after the
7 21 For those priests were made without an
7 27 they truly were many priests, because t.
8 4 be a priest, seeing that there are [priests
q 6 priests went always into the first labern.
10. ii every fpripstl standeth daily ministering
io 21 (having) an high priest over the house of
Rev i. 6 hath made us kings and priests nut- c.l
s io made us unto our Ood kings and pnests
20. 6 they shall be priests of God and of Chnst
PEIEST, chief or high
1...4 rfiitf priest, apxifpfts archiereus.
Matt. 2 4 when he had gathered all the chief prieste
16. 21 many things of the elders and chief priests
20. 1 8 shall be betrayed unto the chief priests and
21.15 when the chief priests and scribes saw the
Zech
Mai
PRIEST
i. 25 chief priests, .came unto him as he wast.
21. 45 when the chief priests, .had heard his p.
26. 3 Then assembled together the chief priests
26. 3 unto the palace of the high priest, who was
26. 14 one of the twelve, .went unto the chief p.
26. 47 from the chief priests and elders of the p.
26. 51 struck a servant of the high priest, and s.
a6. 57 led (him) away to Caiaphas the high priest
26. 58 afar off unto the high priest s palace, and
26. 59 Now the chief priests, and elders, and all
26. 62 the hi^n priest arose, and said unto him
26. 63 high priest answered and said unto him
26. 65 Then the high priest rent his clothes, say.
27. i chief priests and elders of the people tjok
27. 3 thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests
27. 6 chief priests took the silver pieces, and s.
27. 12 when he was accused of the chief priests
27. 20 But the chief priests and elders persuaded
27. 41 Likewise also the chief priests, mocking
27. 62 chief priests and Pharisees came together
28. ii showed unto the chief priests all the thi.
Mark 2. 26 in the days of Abiathar the high priest, and
8. 31 be rejected of. .chief priests, and scribes
10. 33 shall be delivered unto the chief priests
11. 1 8 scribes and chief priests heard (it), and s.
ii. 27 there come to him the chief priests, and
14. i chief priests and the scribes sought how
14. 10 went unto the chief priests, to betray him
14. 43 from the chief priests and the scribesand
14. 47 smote a servant of the high priest, and cut
14. 53 they led Jesus away to the high priest: and
14. 53 assembled all the chief priests and the e.
14. 54 even into the palace of the high priest: and
14. 55 chief priests, .sought for witness against
14. 60 high priest stood up in the midst, and as.
14. 61 high priest asked him, and said unto him
14. 63 Then the high priest rent his clothes, and
14. 66 cometh one of the maids of the high priest
15. i chief priests held a consultation with the
15. 3 the chief priests accused him of many th.
15. 10 knew that the chief priests had delivered
15. ii chief priests moved the people, that he
15. 31 chief priests mocking said among them.
Luke 3. 2 Annas and Caiaphas being the high priests
9. 22 rejected of the eldersand chief priests and
19. 47 chief priests and the scribes and the chief
20. i the [chief] priests and the scribes came
20. 19 chief priests and the scribes the same ho.
22. 2 chief priests and scribes sought how they
22. 4 communed with the chief priests and ca.
22. 50 smote the sen-ant of the high priest, and cut
22. 52 ThenJesussaiJ untothechief priests, and
22. 54 brought him into the high priest s house
22. 66 chief priests, .came together, and led him
23. 4 Then said Pilate to the chief priests and
23. 10 chief priests and scribes stood and vehe.
23. 13 when he had called together the chief p.
23. 23 voices of them [and of the chief priests] p.
24. 20 how the chief priests and our rulers del.
John 7. 32 and the chief priests sent officers to take
7. 45 Then came the officers to the chief priests
1 1. 47 Then gathered the chief priests and the P.
ii. 49 being the high priest that same year, said
ii. 51 being high priest that year, he prophesied
11. 57 Nowboth the chief priests and the Phar.
12. 10 chief priests consulted that they might
18. 3 having received, .from the chief priests
18. 10 smote the high priest s servant, and cut
1 8. 13 Caiaphas, which was the high priest that
18. 15 disciple was known unto the high priest
18. 15 went in. .into the palace of the high priest
18. 16 disciple which was known unto the h. pr.
18. 19 The high priest then asked Jesus of his d.
18. 22 saying, Answerest thou the high priest so?
18. 24 sent him bound unto Caiaphas the high pr.
18. 26 One of the servants of the high priest, b.
18. 35 the chief priests have delivered thee unto
19. 6 When the chief priests, .saw him, they
19. 15 chief priests answered, We have no king
19. 21 Then said the chief priests of the Jews to
Acts 4. 6 Annas the high priest, and Caiaphas, and
4. 23 reported all that the chief priests and el.
5. 17 high priest rose up, and all they that w.
5. 21 But the high priest came, and they that
5. 24 when, .the [chief] priests heard these th.
e. 27 before the council : and the high priest
7. i Then said the high priest, Are these thi.
9. i Saul, yet breathing . . went unto the high p.
9. 14 authority from the chief priests to bind
9. 21 might bring them bound untothechief p.
19. 14 a Jew, (and) chief of the priests, which
22. 5 As also the high priest doth bear me wi.
22. 30 commanded the chief priests and all their
23. 2 high priest Ananias commanded them t.
23. 4 they, .said, Revilestthou God s high pri.?
23. 5 I wist not. .that he was the high priest
23. 14 they came to the chief priests and elders
24. i after five days Ananias the high priest d.
25. 2 high priest and the chief of the Jews in.
25. 15 chief priests and the elders of the Jews
26. 10 received authority from the chief priests
26. 12 and commission from the chief priests
Heb. 2. 17 a merciful and faithful high priest in th.
3. i consider the apostle and high priest of our
4. 14 Seeing then that we have a great high p.
4. 15 For we have not an high priest which ca.
5. i For every high priest taken from among
5. 5 glorified not himself to be made an high p.
5. 10 Called of God an high priest after the or.
6. 20 made an high priest for ever, after the o.
7. 26 ror such an high priest became us. (who
7. 27 Who needeth not daily, as those high pr.
775
Heb. 7. 28 For the law maketh men high priests w.
8. i We have such an high priest, who is set
8. 3 For every high priest is ordained to offer
9. 7 But into the second (went) the high priest
9. ii But Christ being come an high priest of
9. 25 as the high priest entereth into the holy
13. ii brought into the sanctuary by the high p.
2. Priest, Upfvs hiereus.
Acts 5. 24 Now when the high priest and the capt.
PRIEST, of the high
Belonging to the chiefpriest, dpx"PotT "ct>* archie,
Acts 4. 6 as were of the kiudred of the high priest
PRIEST, to be
To be or act as a priest, jrij kahan, 3.
II <>s 4. 6 that thou shall be no priest tome : seeing
PRIESTHOOD
1. Priesthood, njris kehunnah.
Exod4o. 15 shall surely be an everlasting priesthood
Numi6. 10 with thee : and seek ye the priesthood
18. i shall bear the iniquity of your priesthood
25. 13 the covenantor an everlasting priesthood
Josh.iS. 7 for the priesthood of the LORD (is) their
Ezra 2. 62 therefore were they, .putfrom the priest.
Neh. 7. 64 therefore were they, .put from the priest.
13. 29 because they have defiled the priesthood
13. 29 the covenant of the priesthood, and of the
2. Priesthood, assembly of priests, Ifpartita hiera.
i Pe. 2. 5 a spiritual house, an holy priesthood, to
2. 9 a chosen generation, a royal priesthood
3. Priesthood, priestly office, itpdiavvi) hierSsune.
Heb. 7. 1 1 perfection were by the Levitical priesth.
7. 12 For the priesthood being changed, there
7. 14 Moses spake nothing concerning [priest.]
7. 24 continuethever, hath an unchangeable p.
PRIEST S OFFICE
1. Priesthood, n$n? kehunnah.
Exod2g. 9 priest s office shall be theirs for a perpet.
Num. 3. 10 and they shall wait on their priest s office
18. 7 shall keep your priest s office for every th.
18. 7 I have given your priest s office (untoyou)
i Sa. 2. 36 Put me. .into one of the priest s offices
2. Priesthood, priestly office, lepartia hierateia.
Luke i. 9 Accordingto the custom of the priest s o.
PRIEST S OFFICE, to do, execute or minister in the
1.7*0 act as a priest, jrt3 kahan, 3.
Exod28. i, 3, 4, 41 minister unto me in the priest s o.
29. i to minister unto me in the priest s office
29. 44 hissons, toministertomeinthe priest so.
30. 30 may ministerunto me in the priest s office
31. 10 his sons, to minister in the priest s office
35. 19 his sons, to minister in the priest s office
39. 41 garments, to minister in the priest s office
40. 13, 15 may minister untome in the priest s of.
Lev. 7. 35 minister unto the LORD in the priest s of.
16. 32 to minister in the priest s office in his fa.
Num. 3. 3 consecrated to minister in the priest s of.
3. 4 Ithamar ministered in the priest s office
Deutio. 6 son ministered in the priest s office in his
1 Ch. 6. 10 he (it is) that executed the priest s office
24. 2 and Ithamar executed the priest s office
2 Ch.n. 14 from executing the priest s office unto the
Eze. 44. 13 to do the office of a priest unto me, nor
2. To act as a priest, lepaTtvta hierateuo.
Luke i. 8 while he executed the priest s office before
PRINCE
I Satraps, K,}$"fiyQX achashdarpenayya.
Dan. 3. 2 king sent to gather together the princes
3. 3 Then the princes, .were gathered togeth.
3. 27 princes, .being gathered together, sawth.
6. i anhundred and twenty princes, which sh.
6. 2 the princes might give accounts unto th.
6. 3 preferred above the presidents and prin.
6. 4 princes sought to find occasion against D
6. 6 princes assembled together to the king
6. 7 princes, .have consulted together toesta.
2. Fat ones, C JCtj n chashmannim.
Psa. 68. 31 Princes shall come out of Egypt; Ethiopia
3. Priest, prince, minister, ;n3 kohen.
Job 12. 19 He leadeth princes away spoiled, and ov.
4. Leader, TJJ nagid.
i Ki 14. 7 and made thee prince over my people Isr.
16. 2 and made thee prince over my people Is.
Job 31. 37 as a prince would I go near unto him
Psa. 76. 12 He shall cut off the spirit of princes : he
Prov 28. 16 prince that wanteth understanding (is)
Eze. 28. 2 Son of man, say unto the prince of Tyrus
Dan. 9. 25 build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the p.
9. 26 people of the prince that shall come shall
ii. 22 broken ; yea, also the prinee of the cove
5. Willing, noble, 3"ij nadib.
i Sa. 2. 3 set (them) among princes, and to make
Job 12. 21 He poureth contempt upon princes, and
21. 28 For ye say, Where (is) the house of the p.?
34. 18 (Is it fit) to say. .to princes, (Ye are) un.?
Psa. 47. 9 princes of the people are gathered toget.
107. 40 poureth contempt upon princes, and ca.
113. 3 with princes, (even) with the princes of
118. 9 (It is) better, .than to put confidence inp.
146. 3 Put not your trust in princes, (nor) in the
Prov.i7. 7 becomethnot. .much less do lying lipsa p.
17. 26 not good, (nor) to strike princes for equity
19. 6 Many will entreat the favour of the prince
PRINCE
15. 7 put lower in the presence of the prince
7. i How beautiful. .O prince s daughter! the
Prov 2
Song
6.Anointed, VPJ nasik.
7. Lifted up, exalted, K V) nasi.
Gen. 17. 20 twelve princes shall he beget, and I will
23. 6 Thou (art) a mighty prince among us : in
25. 16 twelve princes according to their nations
34. 2 prince of the country, saw her, he took her
Num. i. 1 6 princes of the tribes of their fathers, heads
i. 44 princes of Israel, (being) twelve men, each
7. 2 That the princes of Israel, .the princes of
7.38 wagon for two of the princes, and for e.
7. 10 princes offered, .even the princes offered
7. ii offer their offering, each prince on his day
7. 1 8 On the second day . . prince of Issachar, did
7. 24, 30, 36, 42, 48 prince of the children of
7. 54, 60, 66, 72, 78 prince of the children of
7. 84 when it was anointed, by the princes of I.
10. 4 princes . . shall gather themselves unto thee
16. 2 two hundred and fifty princes of the asse.
17. 2 of all their princes, according to the house
17. 6 every one of their princes . . for each prince
25. 14 prince of a chief house among the Simeon.
25. 18 daughterof a princeof Midian, their sister
27. 2 before the princesandallthecongregation
31. 13 all the princes of the congregation, went
32. 2 unto the princes of the congregation, say.
34. 1 8 ye shall take one prince of every tribe, to
34. 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 the princeof the tribe of
34. 23 The prince of the children of Joseph, for
36. i spake before Moses, and before the princes
Josh. 9. 15 princes of the congregation sware untot.
9. 18 princes of the congregation had sworn un.
9. 1 8 congregation murmured against the pri.
9. 19 all the princes said unto all the congrega.
9 21 princes said unto them, . astheprinceshad
13. 21 whom Moses smote with the princes of M.
17. 4 they came near before, .theprinces, saying
22. 14 ten princes; of each chief house a prince
22. 30 princes of the congregation, and heads of
22. 32 princes, returned from the children of R.
i Ki. ii. 34 but I will make him prince all the days of
i Ch. 2. 10 begat Nahshon, prince of the children of
4. 38 mentioned by (their) names (were) princes
5. 6 Beerah his son . .he (was) prince of the R.
7. 40 mighty men of valour, chief of theprinces
Ezra i. 8 numbered them unto Sheshbazzar, the p.
Eze. 7. 27 the prince shall be clothed with desolation
12. 10 This burden (concerneth) the prince in .1.
12. 12 prince that (is) among them shall bear upon
19. i take thou up a lamentation for the princes
21. 12 it (shall be) upon all the princes of Israel
21. 25 profane wickedjprince of Israel, whose day
22. 6 princes of Israel, every one were in thee
26. 16 Then all the princes of the sea shall come
27. 21 the princes of Kedar, they occupied with
30. 13 there shall be no more a prince of the land
32. 29 all herprinces, which with their might are
34. 24 my servant David a prince among them ; I
37. 25 my servant David (shall be) their prince
38. 2, 3 the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal
39. i the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal
39. 1 8 drink the blood of the princes of the earth
44. 3 (It is) for the prince ; the prince, he shall
45. 7 for the prince on the one side and on the
45. 8 my princes shall no more oppress my pe.
45. 9 Let it suffice you, O princes of Israel, rem.
45. 1 6 shall give this oblation for the prince in
45. 17 it shall be the prince s part (to give) burnt
45. 22 upon that day shall the prince prepare for
46. 2 prince shall enter by the way of the porch
46. 4 burnt offering that the prince shall offer
46. 8 when the prince shall enter, he shall go
46. 10 prince in the niidstof them, when they go
46. 12 Now when the prince shall prepare a vo.
46. 16 If the prince give a gift unto any of his s.
46. 17 after it shall return to the prince : but his
46. 1 8 Moreover the prince shall not take of the
48. 21 residue (shall be) for the prince, on the
48. 21 over against the portions for the prince
48. 22 in the midst (of that) which is the prince s
48. 22 border of Benjamin, shall be for the prince
8. Prefects, D JJP seganim.
Isa. 41. 25 he shall come upon princes as (upon) mo.
^.Foremost, D <-J;n9 partemim.
Dan. i. 3 and of the king s seed, and of the princes
10. Decider, consul, px^ qatsin.
Prov.25- 15 By long forbearing is a prince persuaded
Dan. ii. 18 but a prince for his own behalf shall cau.
Mic. 3. i ye princes of the house of Israel ; (Is it)
3. 9 princes of the house of Israel, that abhor
11. Great, elder, 3-3 rab.
Jer. 39. 13 and all the king of Babylon s princes
41. i princes of the king, even ten men with him
12. Very great, J9"|3T
rabreban.
Dan. 5. 2,3 king, and his princes, his wives, and his
13. A secret or heavy one, noble, Jin raz&n.
Prov 14. 28 wantofpeople(is)thedestruction of the p.
14. Princes, rulers, Q :n [razawl.
Judg. 5. 3 Hear, ye kings ; give ear, O ye princes
Prov. 8. 15 By me kings reign, and princes decree j.
31. 4 kings to drink wine, nor for princes stro.
PRINCE 776 PRISON
Isa. 40. 23 That bringeth the princes to nothing ; he
Hab. i. 10 and the princesshall beascorn unto them
. Head, official, captain, ~vy sar.
Gen. 12. 15 princes also of Pharaoh saw her, and co.
Kxod. 2. 14 Who made theea prince and a judge over
Numsi. 18 princes digged the well, the nobles of the
22. 8 and the princes of Moab abode with Bal.
22. 13 said unto the princes of balak. Get you
22. 14 princes of Moab rose up, and they went
22. 15 Balak sent yet again princes, more, and
22. 21 saddled his ass, and went with the priu.
22. 35 So Balaam went with the princes of Bal.
22. 40 sent to Balaam, and to the princes that
23. 6 he stood . .he, and all the princes of Moab
23. 17 stood by his burnt offering, and the prin.
Juilg. 5. 15 the princes of Issaehar(were) with Debo.
7. 25 they took two princes of the Midianites
8. 3 hath delivered into your hands the prin.
8. 6 princes of Succoth said, (Are) the hands
8. 14 described unto him the princes of Succoth
10. 1 8 princes of Gilead said one to another, W.
- Sa. 18. 30 Then the princes of the Philistines went
29- 3> 3- 4> 9 tne princes of the Philistines
o Sa. 3. 38 Know ye not that there is a prince and a
10. 3 princes of the children of Ammon said un.
19. 6 that thou regardest neither princes nor 8.
r Ki. 4. 2 these (were) the princes which he had; A.
9. 22 his princes, and his captains, and rulers
20. 14, 15, 17, 19 young men of the princes of the
c Ki.u. 14 the princes and the trumpeters by the ki.
24. 12 his princes, and hisofflcers: and the king
24. 14 carried away all Jerusalem, and all the p.
Ch.ig. 3 But the princes of the children of Ammon
22. 17 David also commanded all the princes of
23. 2 gathered together all the princes of Israel
24. 6 wrote them before the king and the prin.
27. 22 These (were) the princes of the tribes of
28. i all the princes of Israel, the princes of
28. 21 also the princes and all the people (will
29. 6 Then the chief of the fathers and princes
29. 24 all the princes, and the mighty men, and
Ch.i2. 5 Then came Shemaiah. .(to) the princes of
12. 6 Whereupon the princes of Israel and the
17. 7 third year of his reign he sent to his pri.
21. 4 and (divers) also of the princes of Israel
21. 9 Then Jehoram went forth with his prin.
22. 8 found the princes of .Tudah, and the sons
23. 13 and the princes and the trumpets by the
24. 10 all the princes and all the people rejoiced
24. 17 after the death of Jehoiada came the pri.
24. 23 destroyed all the princes of the people f.
28. 14 before the princes and all the cougregat.
28. 21 took away a portion, .of the princes, and
79. 30 Hezekiah the king and the princes com.
30. 2 king had taken counsel, and his princes
30. 6 letters from the king and his princes th.
30. 12 commandment of the king and of the pr.
30. 24 princes gave to the congregation a thous.
31. 3 when Hezekiah and the princes came and
32. 3 He took counsel with his princes and his
32. 31 ambassadors of the princes of Babylon
35. 8 his princes gave willingly unto the people
36. 1 8 the treasures of the king, and of his pri.
Ezra 7. 28 and before all the king s mighty princes
8. 20 princes had appointed for the service of
9. i princes came to me, saying, The people
9. 2 hand of the princes and rulers hath been
10. 8 according to the counsel of the princes
Neh. 9. 32 come upon us, on our kings, on our prin.
9. 34 Neither have our kings, our princes, our
9. 38 our princes, Levites,(aud) priests, seal (un.
12. 31 Then I brought up the princes of Judah
12. 32 went Hoshaiah.and half of the princesof
Esth. i. 3 made a feast unto all his princes and his
i. 3nobles and princes of the provinces, (being)
i. ii to show the people and the princes herb.
1. 14 seven princes of Persia and Media, which
i. 16 answered before the king and thtrprinces
i. 1 6 also to all the princes, and to all the peo.
i. 18 say this day unto all the king s princes
1. 21 the saying pleased the king and the prin.
2. 1 8 made a great feast unto all kis princes and
3. i set his seat above all the princes that (w.)
5. ii how he had advanced him above the pri.
6. 9 of one of the king s most noble princes
Job 3. 15 Or with princes that.had gold, who filled
29. 9 princes refrained talking, and laid (their)
34. 19 that accepteth not the persons of princes
Psa. 45. 16 whom thou mayest make princes in all
68. 27 princes of Judah (and) their council, the
68. 27 princes of Zebulon, (and) the princes of X.
82. 7 die like men, and fall like one of the pri.
105. 22 To bind his princes at his pleasure, and
119. 23 Princes also did sit (and) speak against me
119. 161 Princes have persecuted me without a
148. 1 1 Kings of the earth, and all people ; prin.
Prov. 8. 16 By me princes rule and nobles, (even) all
19. 10 seemly, .for a servant to have rule over p.
28. 2 many (are) the princes thereof : but by a
Keel. 10. 7 princes walking as servants upon the ea.
10. 16 when thy king (is) a child, and thy princes
10. 17 thy princes eat in due season, for streng.
Isa. i. 23 The princes (are) rebellious, and compa.
3. 4 I will give children (to be) their princes
3. 14 ancients of his people-, and the princes th.
9. 6 The everlasting father.The prince of peace
10. 8 saith, (Are) not my princes altogether ki.?
19. ii Surely the princes of Zoan (are) fools, the
19. 13 princes of Zoan are become fools, the pr.
21. 5 eat, drink : arise, ye princes, (and) anoint
r,, 8 whose merchants (are) princes, whose tr
Isa. 30. 4 For his princes were at Zoan, .
31. 9 princes shall be afraid of the ensign, Faith
32. i reign in righteousness, and princes Khali
34. 12 none (shall be) there, and all her princes
43. 28 Therefore I have profaned the princes of
49- 7 princes also shall worship, because of tin-
Jer. i. 18 against the princes thereof, against the
2. 26 their princes, and their priests, and their
4. 9 shall perish, and the heart of the pririi-e-
8. i bones of his princes, and the bones of the
1 7. 25 kings and princes . . they, and their princes
24. i princes of Judah, with the carpenters and
24. 8 So will I give Zedekiah . .and his princes
25. 1 8 kings thereof, and the princes thereof, to
25. 19 Pharaoh king of Egypt, .and his princes
26. 10 When the princes of Judah heard these
26. 1 1 Then spake the priests . . unto the princes
26. 12 Then spake Jeremiah unto all the princes
36. ,16 Then said the princes and all the people
26. 21 with all his mighty men, and all the prin.
29. 2 princes of Judah and Jerusalem, and the
32. 32 their princes, their priests, and their pro.
34. 10 Now when all the princes, and all the pe.
34. 19 princes of Judah, and the princes of Jer.
34. 21 Zedekiah king of Judah, and his princes
35. 4 which (was) by the chamber of the princ.
36. 12 all the princes sat there, .and all the pri.
36. 14 Therefore all the princes sent Jehudi the
36. 19 Then said the princes unto Baruch, Go
36. 21 in the ears of all the princes which stood
37. 14 took Jeremiah, and brought him to the p.
37. 15 the princes were wroth withJeremiah, and
38. 4 princes said unto the king, We beseech
38. 17, 18, 22 forth unto the king of Babylon s p.
38. 25 But if the princes hear that I have talked
38. 27 Then came all the princes unto Jeremiah
39- 3 3 princes, .with all the residue of the p.
44. 17 our fathers, our kings, and our princes, in
44. 21 your fathers, yourkings, andyour princes
48. 7 into captivity (with) his priests and his p.
49. 3 (and) his priests and his princes together
49. 38 destroy from thence the king and the pr.
50. 35 and upon her princes, and upon her wise
51. 57 I will make drunk her princes, and her
51. 59 reign. And (this) Seraiah (was) a quiet p.
52. 10 slew also all the princes of Judah in Rib.
Lam. i. 6 her princes are become like harts (that)
2. 2 polluted the kingdom and the princes th.
2. 9 king and her princes (are) among the Ge.
5. 12 Princes are hanged up by their hand : the
Eze. ii. i five and twenty men. .princes of the peo.
17. 12 hath taken, .the princes thereof, and led
22. 27 Her princes in the midst thereof (are) like
Dan. i. 7 Unto whom the prince of the eunuchsgave
i. 8 requested of the prince of the eunuchs that
i. 9 into favour and tender love with the pri.
1. 10 prince of the eunuchs said unto Daniel, I
i. ii Melzar, whom the prince of the eunuchs
1. 18 then the prince of the eunuchs brought
8. ii magnified (himself) even to the prince of
8. 25 stand up against the prince of princes; but
9. 6 which spake in thy name to. .our princes
9. 8 confusion of face, to our kings, to our p.
10. 13 But the prince of the kingdom of Persia
10. 13 one of the chief princes, came to help me
10. 20 now will I return to fight with the princ-e
10. 20 when I am gone forth, lo, the prince of G.
10. 21 none that holdeth. .but Michael your pr.
11. 5 shall be strong, and (one) of his princes
12. i great prince which standeth for the chil.
Hos. 3. 4 shall abide . . without aprince.and without
5. 10 princes of Judah were like them that re.
7. 3 make the king glad . . and the princes with
7. 5 In the day of our king the princes have
7. 16 their princes shall fall by the sword for
8. 10 sorrow, .for the burden of the king of p.
9. 15 I will love them no more : all their princes
13. 10 thou saidst, Give me a king and princes?
Amos i. 15 he and his princes together, saith the
2. 3 will slay all the princes thereof with him
Mic. 7. 3 the prince asketh, and the judge (asketh)
Zeph. i. 8 that I will punish the princes, and thek.
3. 3 Her princes within her (are) roaring lions
16. A warrior, knight, V^i? shalish.
Eze. 23. 15 all of them princes to look to, after the
17. A chief leader, apxriyds archeyos.
Acts 3. 15 killed the prince of life, whom God hath
5. 31 exalted . . (to be) a prince and a Saviour, for
18. Chief, prince, &pxtav archdn.
Matt. 9. 34 He casteth out devils through the prince
12. 24 but by Beelzebub the prince of the devils
20. 25 Ye know that the princes of the Gentiles
Mark 3. 22 by the prince of the devils casteth he out
Johni2. 31 now shall the prince of this world becast
14. 30 for the prince of this world cometh, and
16. ii because the prince of this world is judged
i Co. 2. 6 nor of the princes of this world, that come
2. 8 Which none of the princes of this world
Eph. 2. 2 according to the prince of the power of
Riv. i. 5 and the prince of the kings of the earth
19.A kader, fiyffiiiv heyemOn,
Matt. 2. 6 art not the least among the princes of J.
PRINCE, to ma.ke (self) a
1.7V) make prince. i>fc> sur, 5.
Hos. 8. 4 they have made princes, and I knew (it)
2. To make self prince, Typ sarci.r, 7.
Numi6. 13 except thou make thyself altogether a p.
PRINCESS
Princess, Tjy sarah.
i Ki.i i. 3 he had seven hundred wives, princesses
Lam. i. i princess among the provinces, (how) is
PRINCIPAL thing, officer, plant)
}.Fdtittr, :K ab.
i Ch.24- 6 oue principal household being taken for
^.Honourable, mighty, "HX addir.
Jer. 25. 34 wallow yourselves, .ye principal of the II.
25. 35 nor the principal of the flock to eBcupe
25. 36 and an howling of the principal of the fl.
3. Anointed, VP} nasik.
Mic. 5. 5 seven shepherds, and eight principal men
4. Priest, prince, minister, jns kohen.
i Ki. 4. 5 Zabud the son of Nathan (was)principal o.
5.Head, chief, vtrt rosh.
Exod3o. 23 Take thou also unto thee principal spices
Lev. 6. 5 he shall even restore it in the principal
Num. 5. 7 recompense his trespass with the jirim-i.
1 Ch.24- 3 1 principal fathers over against their you.
Neh. ii. 17 the principal to begin the thanksgiving
6. Beginning, DTIO reshith.
Prov. 4. 7 Wisdom (is). . principal thing ; (therefore)
7.A roic, range, nife sorah.
Isa. a8. 25 cast in the principal wheat, and the app.
S.Ifead, prince, chief, ~v? sar.
Jer. 52. 25 principal scribe of the host, who mustered
2 Ki. 25. 1 9 principal scribe of the host, which mustered
9. Intertwining branches, C ijrjp. seruqqim.
Isa. 16. 8 broken down the principal plants thereof
10. According to pre-eminence, tear i^oxrif &>v.
Acts 25. 23 withthechief captains and principal men
PRINCIPALITY
1. Principalities, nrxic marashoth.
Jer. 13. 18 for your principalities shall come down
1. Beginning, principality, apxt arche.
Rom. 8. 38 principalities, nor powers, nor things pr.
Eph. i. 21 Faraboveall principality, and power, and
3. 10 intent that now unto the principalities and
6. 12 but against principalities, against powers
Col. i. 16 principalities, or powers : all things were
2. 10 which is the head of all principality ainl
2. 1 5 having spoiled principalities and powers
Titus 3. i to be subject to principalities and powers
PRINCIPLE
1. Step, element, principle, trrotxttov stoicheion.
Heb. 5. 12 which (be) the first principles of the ora.
^.Beginning, a.px h arche.
Heb. 6. i leaving the principles of the doctrine of
PRINT
-1 stroke, mark, type, rviros tupos.
John2o. 25 Except I shall see in his hands the print
20. 25 put my finger into the [print] of the nailc
PRINT, to (set a)
l.To set a circle or limit, njjrr chaqah, 7.
Job 13. 27 thou settest a print upon the heels of my
2. To f/ive, jn} nathan.
Lev. 19. 28 Ye shall not. .print any marks upon you
PRINTED, to be
To be graven, ppn chaqaq, 6.
Job 19. 23 now written ! oh that they were printed
PRIS -CA, riptirKa.
A female believer in Ephesus to whom Paul sends a salu
tation ; without doubt the same as Priscilla.
2 Ti. 4. 19 Salute P. and Aquila, and the household
PRIS-CTL -LA, UpiffKi\\a.
The wife of Aquila of Pontus, who had been drivei;
from Rome by Claudius, accompanied Paul a little, am
afterwards instructed Apollos of Alexandria.
Acts 18. 2 And found acertain Jew. .with his wife P.
18. 1 8 sailed thence, .and with him P. and Aqu.
1 8. 26 whom when Aquila and P. had heard, they
Rom.i6. 3 Greet[P.]and Aquila my helpers in i. hrist
i Co. 1 6. 19 Aquila and P. salute you much in the !.<>.
PRISON
l.[ffouse] of the bound, O-VDX [V.L. O TCx] [ajar}
Judgif,. 21 he did grind in the prison house ; 16. 25.
la. Mouse of the bound, D-pon n 3 belh has-surim.
Eccl. 4. 14 for out of prison he cometh to reign
1. ]Iouse of bondage, IIDX rrj beth esur.
Jer. 37." 15 put him in prison in the house of Jonat
3.//ofe of restraint, K^| D S beth kele.
1 Ki. 22. 27 Put this (fellow) in the prison, and feed
2 Ki. 17. 4 the king of Assyria. .liound him in prison
25. 27 lift up the head of Jehoiachin . . out of pr.
2 Ch. 18. 26 Put this (fellow) in the prison, and feed
Jer. 37. 18 that ye have put me in prison ; 37. 15.
3a. Houseofrestraint, K&$r\-3[v.l,.x-*:n-i]btthkeltL.
Jer. 37. 4 they had not put him into prison ; 52. 31.
4. Round house, or tower, inc n 3 beth sohar.
Gen. 39. 20 into the prison, .he was there in the pri.
39. 21 favour in the sight of the keeper of the p.
39. 22 keeperof the prison committed to Joseph s
39. 22 all the prisoners that (were) in the prison
39. 23 The keeper of the prison looked not to
40. 3 into the prison, the place where Joseph
40. 5 butler and the baker . . bound in the prison
PRISON
^.Restraint, K^| kele.
2 Ki.25. 29 And changed his prison garments : and he
Isa. 42. 7 to bring out the prisoners from theprison
42. 22 they are hid in prison houses: they are for
Jer. 52. 33 And changed Imprison garments : and he
6. House df inspection, nip? rvs beth pequddah.
Jer. 52. ii put him in prison till the day of his death
7. Torture, stocks, pillory, n3?n5 mahpeketh.
2 Ch.i6. 10 put him in a prison house ; for (he was)in
Jer. 29. 26 thou shouldest put him in prison, and in
8. Prison, watch, .Tj^lp mattarah.
Neh. 3. 25 house, that (was) by the court of the pri.
12. 39 gate: and they stood still in the prison gate
Jer. 32. 2 prophet was shut up in the court of the p.
32. 8 came to me in the court of the prison, a
32. 12 the Jews that sat in the court of the pri.
33. i was yet shut up in the court of the prison
37. 21 commit Jeremiah into the court of the p.
37. 21 Jeremiah remained in the court of the p.
38. 6 that (was) in the court of the prison : and
38. 13 Jeremiah remained in thecourt of the pr.
38. 28 Jeremiah abode in the court of the prison
39. 14 took Jeremiah out of the court of the pr.
39. 15 while he was shut up in the court of the p.
9. Prison, enclosed or secure place, 1393 masyer.
Psa.i42. 7 Bring my soul out of prison, that I may
Isa. 24. 22 shall be shut up in the prison, and after
42. 7 bring out the prisoners from the prison
10. Restraint, ivy otser.
Isa. 53. 8 He was taken from prison and from jud.
11. Ward, tC:?p mishmar.
Gen. 42. 19 brethren be bound in the house of yourp.
12.Band, prison, nip qoach.
Isa. 61. i opening of the prison to (them that are)
13. Place ofbonds, 2)rison,Sea-/j.(arriptov desmoterion.
Matt ii. 2 when John had heard in the prison the
Acts 5. 21 sent to the prison to have them brought
5. 23 prison truly found we shut with all safety
16. 26 foundations of the prison were shaken
Ii. House, o iKr)fj.a oikSuia.
Acts 12. 7 light sinned in the prison : and he smote
15..1 keeping, place of keeping, rripritrts teresis.
Acts 5. 18 and put them in the common prison
16.A guarding, place ofguarding, <pv\aK-?i phulake.
Matt. 5. 25 lest at any time.. thou be cast into prison
14. 3 put (him) in prison for Herodias sake, his
14. 10 he sent, and beheaded John in theprison
1 8. 30 but went and cast him into prison, till he
25. 36 I was in prison, and ye came unto me
25. 39 Or when saw we thee sick, or in prison
25. 43 sick, and in prison, and ye visited menot
25. 44 sick, or in prison, and did not minister
Mark 6. 17 bound him in prison for Herodias sake
6. 27 he went and beheaded him in the prison
Luke 3. 20 this above all, that he shut up John in p.
12. 58 officer, and the officer cast thee into pris.
21. 12 into prisons, being brought before kings
22. 33 ready to go with thee, both into prison
23. 19 for a certain sedition . .was cast into pris.
23. 25 for sedition and murder was cast into p. John 3 . 24 For John was not yet cast into prison
Acts 5. 19 angel, .opened the prison doors, and bro.
5. 22 found them riot in the prison, they retur.
5. 25 men whom ye put in prison are standing
8. 3 men and women, committed (them) top.
12. 4 apprehended him, he put (him) in prison
12. 5 Peter therefore was kept in prison : but
12. 6 the keepers before the door kept the pr.
12. 17 the Lord had brought him out of the pr.
16. 23 cast (them) into prison, charging the jai.
16. 24 thrust them into the inner prison, and
16. 27 seeing the prison doors open, he drew out
16. 37 have cast (us) into prison; and now do they
16. 40 they went out of the prison, and entered
22. 4 binding and delivering into prison both
26. 10 many of the saints did I shut upiu prison
2 Co. ii. 23 in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft
i Pe. 3. 19 went and preached unto the spirits in pr.
Rev. 2. 10 the devil shall cast (some) of you into pr.
20. 7 Satan shall be loosed out of his prison
PRISON, to be put or cast into
To give along, up, over, irapaSiScafjn paradidomi.
Matt. 4. 12 had heard that John was cast into prison
Mark i. 14 after that John was put in prison, Jesus
PRISONER (fellow)
I. One bound, 1 px asir.
Gen. 39. 20 place where the king s prisoners (were) b.
39. 22 committed, .all the prisoners that (were)
Job 3. 18 prisoners rest together; they hear not the
Psa. 69. 33 For the LORD, .despiseth not his prisoners
79. ii Let the sighing of the prisonercome before
102. 20 To hear the groaning of the prisoner; to
Isa. 14. 17 (that) opened not the house of his priso.? Lam. 3. 34 To crush under his feet all the prisoners
Zech. 9.11! have sent forth thy prisoners out of the
9. 12 Turn you to the stronghold, ye prisoners
2.0 tie bound, TI?N assir.
Isa. 10. 4 they shall bow down under the prisoners
:t. 22 prisoners are gathered in the pit, and shall
42. 7 to bring out the prisoners from the prison
Z.Tobind, IJIN asar (pass, partic,).
Psa. 146. 7 The LORD looseth the prisoners
Isa. 49. y That thou mayest say to the prisoners, Go
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l.C aptivf, -ly shcbi.
Num2i. i against Israel, and took (some) of them p.
Isa. 20. 4 lead away the Kgyptians prisoners, and the
5. One bound, 5<r/ujoj desmios.
Matt 27. 15 wont to release unto the people a priso.
27. 16 they had then a notable prisoner, called
Marki5. 6 released unto them one prisoner, whom.
Acts 16. 25 sang praises. .and the prisoners heard th!
16. 27 supposing that the prisoners had been fled
23. i8Paultlieprisonercalledmeunto(him), and
25. 27 unreasonable to send a prisoner, and not
28. 16 [centurion delivered the prisoners to. .c.]
28. 17 yet was I delivered prisoner from Jerusa.
Eph. 3 . i the prisoner of Jesus Christ for you Gen.
4. i I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, be.
2 Ti. i. 8 ; Phm. i, 9.
i 6. Fellow captive, ffvi/aixfJ.d\wTos, sunoAchmalotos
Rom. 16. 7 ; Col. 4. *r> ; Phil. ^
7 .One bound, Sfcr/j.caTris desmotes.
Acts 27. i delivered Paul and certain other prisoners
27. 42 soldiers counsel was to kill the prisoners
PRIVATE, PRIVATELY
1. One s own, VSios idios.
2 Pe. i. 20 no prophecy of the Scripture is of any pr.
2. By ones self, /car ititav kaf idian.
Matt24. 3 disciples came unto him privately, saying Mark 6. 32 departed into a desert place by ship priv.
9. 28 disciples asked him privately, Why could
13. 3 and John and Andrew asked him privately Luke 9. :o went aside privately into a desert place
10. 23 said privately, Blessed (are) the eyes wh.
Acts 23. 19 went(with him)aside privately, and asked
Gal. 2. 2 privately to them which were of reputation
PRIVILY
!./ darkness, JEN cz bemo ophtl.
Psa. ii. 2 may privily shoot at the upright in heart
2. In secret, secretly, 12^3 [hit].
1 Sa. 24. 4 and cut off the skirt of Saul s robe privily
3. In secret, ings [settler].
Psa.ioi. 5 Whoso privily slandereth his neighbour
4. In deceit, ncnna [tormah].
Judg. 9. 3 i sent messengers unto Abimelech privily
5.IIidinyly, secretly, \d6pa, lathra.
Matt. i. 19 Joseph, .was minded to put her away pv
2. 7 when he had privily called the wise men
Acts 1 6. 37 now do they thrust us out privily? nay
PRIVILY bring in, to
To lead in sideways, irapftffdyu pareisago.
2 Pe. 2. i who privily shall bring in damnable her.
PRIVY chamber, to enter a
To go into an inner chamber, Tin chadar.
Eze. 21. 14 which entereth into their privy chambers
PRIVY MEMBER
Urethra, ns^ shophkah.
Deut23. i He that, .hath his privy member cut off
PRIVY (to), to be
I. To know, be acquainted with, jn; yada.
i Ki. 2. 44 wickedness which thine heart is privy to
2. To know with, arvvotSa sunoida.
Acts 5. 2 his wife also being privy (to it), and brou.
PRIZE
A prize crown or garland, Ppa&eioi brabeion.
i Co. 9. 24 run all, but one receiveth the prize? So
Phil. 3. 14 I press toward the mark for the prize of
PRIZED, to be
To be precious, prised, priced, ip; yaqar.
Zech. ii. 13 a goodly price that I was prized at ofthem
PROCEED (forth, further, out of), to
I. To add, r,p; yasaph.
Isa. 29. 14 I will proceed to do a marvellous work
2. To (cause to) add, f
; p; yasaph, 5.
Job 36. i Elihu also proceeded, and said
40. 5 yea, twice ; but I will proceed no further
3. To go out or forth, xy; yatsa.
Gen. 24. 50 The thing proceedeth from the LORD : we
i-xod25 . 35 branches that proceed out of the candle.
>uni3o. 2 do according to all that proceedeth out of
32. 24 do that which hath proceeded out of your
Josh. 6. 10 neither shall (any) word proceed out of
Judgii. 36 that which hath proceeded out of thy m.
1 Sa. 24. 13 Wickedness proceedeth from the wicked
2 Sa. 7. 12 which shall proceed out of thy bowels, and
Eccl.io. 5 an error (which) proceedeth from the ru.
Isa. 5 i. 4 a law shall proceed from me, and I will
Jer. 9. 3 for they proceed from evil to evil, and t.
30. 19 out of them shall proceed thanksgiving
30. 21 shall proceed from the midst of them; and
Lam. 3. 38 Out of the mouth, .proceedeth not evil and
Hab. i. 4 righteous ; therefore wrong judgment p.
i. 7 and their dignity shall proceed of thems.
4. Outgoing, xyio motsa.
Num3o. 12 whatsoever proceeded out of her lips co
Deut. 8. 3 proceedeth out of the mouth of the LORD
5. To f/o on out of, eKitopfvo/j.ai ekporeuomai.
Matt. 4. 4 by every word that proceedeth out of the
15. 18 things which proceed out of the mouth co.
Mark 7. 21 out of the heart of men, proceed evil tho.
PROCURE
Luke 4. 22 gracious words which proceeded out of his John 1 5. 26 which proceedeth from the Father, be ill.
Kph. 4. 29 Let no corrupt communication proceed
Rev. 4. 5 out of the throne proceeded
u. 5 firei proceedeth out of their mouth and
19.21 Ueh (sword) [proceeded] out of tab mou
22. i proceeding out of the throne of God and
6. To come or go out of, tttpxanai exerchomai.
Matti 5 . 19 Foroutof the heart proceed evil thoughts John 8. 42 for I proceeded forth and tainr m,,,, <;,,,i
Jas. 3. 10 Out of the same mouth procei-.ieth bless.
7. To strike forward, irpoK^irru prokopto.
Ti. 3 . 9 But they shall proceed no further, for t.
8. To put to or toward, add, Acts irpoffri0rjfj.i prostWitmi. 12. 3 he proceeded further to take Peter also
PROCESS of time, in
1. At the end of days, D ?; ; (5? [qets].
Gen. 4. 3 in process cf time it came to pass, that
2. In those many days, cnrr c%
;-irr c ?;; [yorn\.
Exod. 2. 23 it came to pass in process of time, that the
3. When the days increased, C ?, ? "! ! [yoni\.
Gen. 38. 12 in process of time tlie daughter of Shuah
\.After days, D ?;!? miy-yamim.
Judgu. 4 it came to pass in process of time, that
2 Cn.ai. 19 in process of time, after the end of two
PRO-CHO -RTTS. npoxopos.
One of the seven chosen to serve tables for the poor.
Acts 6. 5 they chose Stephen., and P., and Nicaimr
PROCLAIM, to
1. To cause a voice to pass over, *?ip -\-y abar (5) qoL
> eh. 8. 15 should publish and proclaim in all their
2. To call, R"3i5 qara.
Exod33. 19 will proclaim the name of the LORD bef.
34. 5 stood with him there, and proclaimed the
34. 6 proclaimed, The LORD, The LORD God, m.
Lev. 23. 2, 37 ye shall proclaim (to be) holy convoc.
23. 4 which ye shall proclaim in their seasons
23. 21 ye shall proclaim on the self same day
25. 10 proclaim liberty throughout (all) the land
Deut2o. 10 When thou tomest nigh, .proclaim peace
Judg 7. 3 proclaim in the ears of the people, saying
1 Ki. 21. 9 Proclaim a fast, and set Xaboth on high
21. 12 proclaimed afast, and set N aboth on high
2 Ki. 10. 20 assembly for Baal. And they proclaimed
23. 16 man of God proclaimed, who proclaimed
23. 17 proclaimed these things that thou hastd.
2 Ch.2o. 3 proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah
Ezra 8. 21 Then I proclaimed a fast there, at the ri.
Esth. 6. 9 proclaim before him, Thus shall it be do.
6. ii and proclaimed before him, Thus shall it
Prov.iz. 23 the heart of fools proclaimeth foolishness
20. 6 Most men will proclaim every one his own
Isa. 61. i to proclaim liberty to the captives, and
61. 2 To proclaim the acceptable year of the L.
Jer. 3. 12 Go and proclaim these words toward the
7. 2 proclaim there this word and say, Hear
ii. 6 Proclaim all these words in the cities of
19. 2 proclaim there the words that I shall tell
34. 8 made a covenant . . to proclaim liberty un.
34. 15 proclaiming liberty every man to his ne.
34. 17 proclaiming liberty. .1 proclaim a liberty
36. 9 proclaimed a fast before the LORD to all
Joel 3. 9 Proclaim ye this among the Gentiles ; Pr.
Amos 4. 5 proclaim (and) publish the free offerings
Jon. 3. 5 proclaimed a fast, and put on sackcloth
3. To. set apart, sanctify, CH;J qadesh, 3.
2 Ki. 10. 20 said, Proclaim a solemn assembly for B.
4. To cause to hear, yoy shamea, 5.
Isa. 62. ii hath proclaimed unto the end of the wo.
5. To cry orproclaim as a herald, KTjpiffffut kerusso.
Lukei2. 3 shall be proclaimed upon the house tops
Rev. 5. 2 saw a strong angel proclaiming with a
PROCLAIMED, to cause to be
1. To cause to cry, p>:j zaaq, 5.
Jon. 3. 7 caused (it) to be proclaimed and published
2. To cause voice to pass, Vip 13? abar (5) qol.
Exod36. 6 caused it to be proclaimed throughout the
PROCLAMATION -
1. Voice, V p qol.
2 Ch.24. 9 made a proclamation through Judah and
".Loud cry, proclamation, singing, n|"i rinnah.
1 Ki.22. 36 there went a proclamation throughout the
PROCLAMATION, to make a
1. To cause to cry as a herald, ns keraz, 5.
Dan. 5. 29 and made a proclamation concerning him
2.To cause a voice to pass over, VipT3jf abar, 5.
2 Ch.3o. 5 to make proclamation throughout all Is.
36. 22 that he made a proclamation throughout
Ezra i. i that he made a proclamation throughout
10. 7 they made proclamation throughout Jud.
3. To call, 1J7 qara.
Exod32. 5 Aaron made proclamation, and said, To.
4. To cause to hear, ycy shamea, 5.
i Ki.i5. 22 made a proclamation throughout all Jud.
PROCURE, to
1.7*0 seek, enquire, require, rp? baqash, 3.
Provi i. 27 He that diligently seeketh good procureth
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PRODUCE 778 PROMISE
2. Tn do, make, n?y asah.
Jer. 2. 17 Hast thou not procured this unto thyself
4. 18 Thy way and thy doings have procured
26. 19 Thus might we procure great evil against
33. 9 for all the prosperity, that I procure unto
PRODUCE, to
To briny n*nr, 3"3iJ qarab, 3.
Isa. 41.21 Produce your cause, .bring forth your str.
PROFANE person or place)
1. Common, polluted, Sn chol.
Eze. 22. 26 no difference between the holy and prof.
42. 20 between the sanctuary and the profane p.
44. 23 between the holy and profane, and cause
48. 15 shall be a profane (place) for the city, for
Z.Pierced, polluted, common, hhn chalal.
Lev. 21. 7 shall not take a wife (that is)., profane; n.
21. 14 widow, or a divorced woman, or profane
Eze. 21. 25 profane wicked prince of Israel, whose day
3. Profane, impious, f}t0i)\os bebelos.
1 Ti. i. 9 but for the., unholy and profane, for mur.
4. 7 refuse profane and old wives fables, and
6. 20 avoidingprofane(and)yain babblings, and
2 Ti. 2. 16 Butshunprofane(and)vainbabblingt;for
Heb. 12. 16 profane person, as Esau, who for one m.
PROFANE (self), cast as. to
1. To be polluted, common, tyn chalal, 2.
Lev. 21. 4 shall not defile himself, .to profane him.
21. 9 if she profane herself byplayingthewhore
2.7*0 pollute, make common, VSn chalal, 3.
Lev. 18. 21 neither shalt thou profane the name of
19. 8 because he hath profaned the hallowed
19. 12 neither shalt thou profane the name of
20. 3 defile my sanctuary, and to profane my h.
21. 6 They shall be holy, .and not profane the
21. 9 by playing the whore, she profaneth her
21.12 nor profane the sanctuary of his God ; for
91. 15 Neither shall he profane his seed among
21. 23 that he profane not my sanctuaries: for
22. 2 and that they profane not my holy name
22. 9 die therefore, if they profane it : I the L.
22. 15 they shall not profane the holy things of
22. 32 Neither shall ye profane my holy name
Neh. 13. 17 What evil thing (is) this that ye do, and p.
13. 18 bring more wrath upon Israel by profan.
Psa. 89. 39 thou hast profaned his crown (by casting
Isa. 43. 28 I have profaned the princes of the sanct
Eze. 22. 8 Thou hast despised, .and hast profaned
22. 26 Her priests, .have profaned mine holy t.
23. 38 they have defiled, .and have profaned my
23. 39 they came, .into my sanctuary to profane
24. 21 will profane my sanctuary, the excellency
28. 16 will cast thee as profane out of the mou.
36. 20 whither they went, they profaned my holy
36. 21 which the house of Israel had profaned
36. 22 which ye have profaned among the heat.
36. 23 which ye have profaned in the midst of
Amos 2. 7 father will go in . .to profane my holy n.
Mai. i. 12 But ye have profaned it, in that ye say
2. 10 by profaning the covenant of our fathers?
2. ii Judah hath profaned the holiness of the
3.7* ) profane, &(&r)\6ca bebeloo.
Matt 12. 5 priests in the temple profane the sabbath
Acts 24. 6 also hath gone about to profane the tern.
PROFANE, to be
To be profane, fjjn chaneph.
Jer. 23. ii For both prophet and priest are profane
PROFANED, tobe
l.To be polluted, "?Vn chalal, 2.
Eze. 22. 26 hid their eyes . . and I am profaned amo.
25. 3 against my sanctuary, when it was profa.
2.7*0 be polluted, hhn chalal, 4.
Eze. 36. 23 which was profaned among the heathen
PROFANENE8S
Profaneness, profanity, n^iri chanuppaJi,.
Jer. 23. 1 5 is profaneuess gone forth into all the land
PROFESS, to
l.To put bffore, i;} nagad, 5.
Deut26. 3 I profess this day unto the LORD thy God
2. To an nounce, promise, tTrayyf\\o/j.ai fpa^gelluma i.
i Ti. 2. 10 which becometli women professing godl.
6. 21 Which some professing have erred cone.
3. To say jmblicly, confess, bpoKoytw homologeo.
Matt. 7. 23 then will I profess unto them, I never k.
i Ti. 6. 12 hast professed a good profession before
Titus i. 16 They profess that they know God; but in
4. Tn .lay, assert, njfirm, tydtTKu phask t.
Rom. 1.22 Professing themselves tobe wise, they be.
PROFESSED, PROFESSION
A saying the same thing, ofj.o\oyia. homoloyia.
1 Ti. 6. 12 hast professed a good profession before
2 Co. 9. 13 they glorify God for your professed subj.
Heb. 3. i consider the apostle, .of our profession
4. 14 Son of God, let us hold fast (our) profess.
10. 23 Let us hold fast the profession of (our)
PROFIT
1. Dishonest gain, 1*55 belsa.
Gen. 37. 26 What profit (is it) if we slay our brother
Psa. 30. 9 What profit (is there) in my blood, when
Mai. 3. 14 what profit (is it) that we have kept his
2. What is over and above, inv yother.
Keel. 7. 1 1 (by it there is) profit to them that see the
3. To profit, Sy; yaal, 5.
Isa. 30. 5 nor be an help nor profit, but a shame, and
Jer. 16. 19 vanity, .(things) wherein (there is) no p.
4. What is over and above, fray, yithron.
Eccl. i. 3 What profit hath a man of all his labour
2. ii vexation of spirit, and (there was) no pro.
3. 9 What profit hath he that worketh in that
5. 9 Moreover the profit of the earth is for all
5. 16 what profit hath he that hath laboured
5. What is over and above, inio mothar.
Prov 14. 23 In all labour there is profit : but the talk
6. To be equal, profitable, compared, my shavah.
Esth. 3. 8 it (is) not for the king s profit to suffer th.
7. To bear together, advantage, ffvutytpa sumphero.
i Co. 7. 35 this I speak for your own profit ; not that
10. 33 please all. .not seeking mine own [profit]
Heb. 12. 10 but he for (our) profit, that (we) might be
8. Useful, profitable, \p-rjo-iuos chresimos.
2 Ti. 2. 14 they strive not about words to no profit
9. Profit, ai<^e\eiot fipheleia.
Rom. 3. i or what profit (is there) of circumcision
PROFIT, to (have), be profited
l.To make or give profit, *?y; yaal, 5.
i Sa. 12. 21 which cannot profit nor deliver; for they
Job 21. 15 what profit should we have, if we pray un.
35. 3 What profit shall I have, (if I be cleansed)
Prov 10. 2 Treasures of wickedness profit nothing
11. 4 Riches profit not in the day of wrath: but
Isa. 30. 5 ashamed of a people that could not profit
30. 6 to a people (that) shall not profit (them)
44. 9 and their delectable things shall not pro.
47. 12 if so be thou shalt be able to profit, if so
48. 17 thy God which teacheth thee to profit, wh.
57. 12 and thy works; for they shall not profit
Jer. 2. 8 and walked after (things that) do not pr.
2. ii their glory for (that which) doth not profit
7. 8 ye trust in lying words, that cannot profit
12. 13 put themselves to pain, (but) shall not pr.
23. 32 therefore they shall not profit this people
Hab. 2. 18 What proflteth the graven image that the
2. To profit, [?C sakan.
Job 34. 9 It proflteth a man nothing that lie should
3. To be equal, profitable, compared, ny? shavah.
Job 33. 27 perverted (that which was) right, and it p.
4. Profit, u<t>t\os oj)helos.
Jas. 2. 14 What (doth it) profit, my brethren, tho.
2. 16 needful to the body ; what (doth it) profit?
5. To bear together, advantage, av^tpta sumphero.
i Co. 12. 7 is given to every man to profit withal
6.7" ) strike forward, irpon.6irrta j)rokopto.
Gal. i. 14 profited in the Jews religion above many
7. To profit, a(t>f\ta ~>pheleo.
Mattis. 5 by whatsoever thou mightest be profited
16.26 what is a man profited, if he shall gain the
Mark 7. 1 1 by whatsoever thou mightest be profited
8. 36 what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain
John 6. 63 flesh profiteth nothing : the words that
Kom. 2. 25 For circumcision verily profiteth, if thou
i Co.i3. 3 have not charity, it profiteth me nothing
14. 6 what shall I profit you, except I shall sp.
Gal. 5- 2 if ye be circumcised, Christ shall profit
Heb. 4. 2 buttheword preached did not profit them
13. 9 not with meats, which have not profited
8. To be profitable, ei^u v<t>t **/j.os eimi ophelimos.
1 Ti. 4. 8 For bodily exercise profiteth little ; but
PROFITABLE
1. What is over and above, j nrj: yithron.
Eccl. 10. 10 more strength : but wisdom (is) profitable
2. Very useful, f^xprfffros euchrestos.
2 Ti. 4. ii for he is profitable to me for the ministry
Phm. ii unprofitable, but now profitable to thee
3. Profitable, a<pt\i/j.os ijphelimos.
1 Ti. 4. 8 but godliness is profitable unto all things
2 Ti. 3. 16 and (is) profitable for doctrine, for reproof
Titus 3. 8 These things are good and profitable unto
PROFITABLE (for), to be
1. To make or give profit, *?y; yaal, 5.
Isa. 44. 10 graven image(that) is profitable for not.?
2. To profit, }39 sakan.
Job 22. 2 Can a man be profitable unto God, as he
22. 2 is wise may be profitable unto himself
3. To prosper, nSy tsaleach.
Jer. 13. 7 girdle was marred, it was profitable for
4. To bear together, advantage, avufpepoa sumphero.
Matt. 5. 29, 30 for it is profitable for thee that one of
Acts 30. 20 I kept back nothing that was profitable
PROFITING
.4 striking forward, irpoKotr fi prokope.
i Ti. 4.15 that thy profiting may appear to all
PROFOUND, to be
To make deep, pgy amaq, 5.
Hos. 5. 2 the revolters are profound to make slau.
PROGENITOR
To conceive, .Tirr harah.
Gen. 49. 26 blessings of my progenitors unto the u.
PROGNOSTICATOR
To know, be acquainted with, yv yada, 5.
Isa. 47. 13 prognosticates, stand up and save thee
PROLONG, to
1. To make long, prolong, "IK arak, 5.
Deut. 4. 26 ye shall not prolong (your) days upon it
4. 40 that thou mayest prolong (thy) days upon
5. 33 may prolong (your) days in the lanil which
11. 9 may prolong (your) days in the land which
17. 20 he may prolong (his) days in his kingdom
22. 7 and (that) thou mayest prolong (thy) days
30. 18 ye shall not prolong (your) days upon the
32. 47 through this thing ye shall prolong (your)
Job 6. M what (is) mine end, that I should prolong
Prov28. 16 hethathateth covetousness shall prolong
Eccl. 7. 15 that prolongeth (his life) in his wickedn.
8. 13 neithershall he prolong (his)days, (which
Isa. 53. 10 he shall prolong (his) days, and the plea.
l.To (cause to) add, ]p; yasaph, 5.
Psa. 61. 6 Thou wilt prolong the king s life ; (and)
Prov 10. 27 The fearof the LoKDprolongeth days: but
3. To stretch out, incline to, npj natah.
Job 15. 29 neither shall he prolong the perfection
PROLONGED, to be
l.To be long, mx arak.
Eze. 12. 22 days are prolonged, and every vision fal.T
2. To make long, Tpx arak, 5.
Deut. 5. 16 days may be prolonged, and that it may
6. 2 life ; and that thy days may be prolonged
Prov 2 3. 2 knowledge the state (thereof) shall be p.
Eccl. 8. 12 his (days) be prolonged, yet surely I know
3. Length [in lives] was given, 3 nyrr n^-ix [arekah}.
Dan. 7. 12 lives were prolonged for a season and t.
4. To draw out, T]5>o mashak, 2.
Isa. 13. 22 to come, and her days shall not be prolo.
Eze. 12. 25 it shall be no more prolonged ; for in your
12. 28 There shall none of my words be prolon.
PROMISE
1. Saying, ICK omer.
Psa. 77. 8 gone for ever? doth (his) promise fail for
2. Word, 131 dabar.
1 Ki. 8. 56 not failed of one word of all his good pr.
Neh. 5. 12 that they should do according to this pr.
5. 13 performeth not this promise, even thus
Psa.ios. 42 Forhe remembered hisholypromise,(aud)
3. .4 2>romise, firayye\ta, epaflgelia.
Luke24. 49 I send the promise of my Father upon y.
Acts i. 4 wait for the promise of the Father, which
2. 33 having received of the Father the prom.
2. 39 For the promise is unto you, and to your
7. 17 But when the time of the promise drew
13. 23 God, according to (his) promise, raised un.
13. 32 the promise which was made unto the fa.
23. 21 ready, looking for a promise from thee
26. 6 am judged for the hope of the promise
Rom. 4. 13 For the promise, that he should be the
4. 14 void, ami the promise made of none effect
4. 16 to the end the promise might be sure to
4. 20 staggered not at the promise of God thr.
9. 4 and the service (of God), and the promis.
9. 8 children of the promise are counted for
9. 9 For this (is) the word of promise, At this
15. 8 confirm the promises (made) unto the fa.
2 Co. i. 20 For all the promises of God in him (are)
7. i Having therefore these promises, dearly
3. 14 that we might receive the promise of the
3. 16 to Abraham and his seed were the prom.
3. 17 it should make the promise of none effect
3. 18 no more of promise, .to Abraham by pro.
3. 21 (Is) the law then against the promises of
3. 22 promise by faith of Jesus Christ might be
3. 29 seed, and heirs according to the promise
4. 23 but he of the free woman (was) by prom.
4. 28 as Isaac was, are the children of promise
1. 13 were sealed with that holy spirit of pro.
2. 12 strangers from the covenants of promise
3. 6 partakers of his promise in Christ by the
6. 2 which is the first commandment with p.
4. 8 having promise ofjthe life that now is, and
i. i according to the promise of life which is
4. i promise being left (us) of entering into
6. 12 through faith patience inherit the Gal.
Eph.
iTi.
2 Ti.
Heb.
and p.
6. 15 patiently endured, he obtained the prom.
6. 17 unto the heirs of promise the immutabil.
7. 6 and blessed him that had the promises
8. 6 which was established upon better prom.
9. 15 might receive the promise of etemal inh.
10. 36 that, after, .ye might receive the promise
11. 9 By faith he sojourned in the land of pro.
n. 9 the heirs with him of the same promise
n. 13 died in faith, not having received the pr.
ii. 17 he that had received the promises offered
ii. 33 obtained promises, stopped the mouths of
11.39 through faith, received not the promise
3 Pe. 3. 4 Where is the promise of his coming? for
3. 9 The Lord is not slack concerning his pro
1 Jo. a. 25 this is the promise that he hath promised
4.^4 promise, V<x-v7Ajua epatjgelma.
2 Pe. i. 4 exceeding great and preciou* promises
3. 13 Nevertheless we, according to his promise
PROMISE 779 PROPHESYING
PROMISE, to (make)
I. To say, T;N arnar.
Xum 14. 40 unto the place which the LORD hath pro.
2 Ki. 8. 19 promised him to give him alway a light
2 CU.2I. 7 as he promised to give a lisht to him and
Neh. 9. 15 promisedst them that they should go in
9. 23 which thou hadst promised to theirfathers
Esth. 4. 7 promised to pay to the king s treasuries
2. To speak, VJ dabar.
Jer. 32. 42 all the good that I have promised them
3. To speak, TJ? dabar, 3.
Exodi2. 25 according as he hath promised, that ye
Deut i. 1 1 and bless you, as he hath promised you 1
6. 3 LORD God of thy fathers hath promised
o. 28 bring them into the land which he prom.
10. 9 according as the LORD thy God promised
12. 20 enlarge thy border, as he hath promised
15. 6 thy Godjalesseth thee, as he promised th.
19. 8 give thee all the land which he promised
23. 23 which thou hast promised with thy mouth
26. 18 peculiar people, as he hath promised thee
27. 3 LORD God of thy fathers hath promised
Josh. 9. 21 Let them live, .as the princes had prom.
22. 4 hath given rest, .as he promised them
23. 5 as the LORD your God hath promised unto
23. 10 flghteth for you, as he hath promised you
23. 15 which the LORD your God promised you
2 Sa. 7. 28 hast promised this goodness unto thy se.
i Ki. 2. 24 hath made me an house, as he promised
5. 12 gave Solomon wisdom, as he promised h.
8. 20 sit on the throne, .as the LORD promised
8. 24 that thou promisedst him : thou spakest
8. 25 that thou promisedst him, saying, There
8. 56 according to all that he promised : there
8. 56 which he promised by the hand of Moses
9. 5 as I promised to David thy father, saying
1 Ch. 17. 26 hast promised this goodness unto thy se.
3 Ch. 6. 10 set on the throne, .as the LORD promised
6. 15 hast kept, .that which thou hast promis.
6. 16 keep, .that which thou hast promised h.
Jer. 33. 14 that good thing which I have promised
4. To say publicly, profess, o^oXoytu homologeo.
Matti4- 7 he promised with an oath to give her what
S.Say out publicly, ^ofj.o\oyeo/j.at exomologeomai.
Luke 22. 6 [And he promised], and sought opportu.
6. To profess, promise, ^Trayyf\\o/j.ai epaffgellomai.
Markij. n were glad, and promised to give him mo
Acts 7. 5 yet he promised that he would give it to
Rom. 4. 21 persuaded that what he had promised he
Gal. 3. 19 should come to whom the promise was
Titus i. 2 which God. .promised before the world
Heb. 6. 13 For when God made promise to Abraham
10. 23 wavering; for he (is) faithful that promised
11. ii she judged him faithful who had promised
12. 26 now he hath promised, saying, Yet once
Jas. i. 12 which the Lord hath promised to them t.
2. 5 kingdom which he hath promised to them
2 Pe. 2. 19 While they promise them liberty, they t.
i Jo. 2.25 this is the promise that he hath promised
PROMISE afore, to
To profess or promise before, irpoeTrayyf\\ofj.ai.
Rom. i. ? Which he had promised afore by his pr.
PROMISE life, to
To give or promise life, n;n chayah, 5.
Eze. 13. 22 from his wicked way, by promising himl.
PROMOTE, to
1. To m ikc great, 7T3 gadal. 3.
Esth. 3. i did king Ahasuerus promote Haitian the
5. ii wherein the king had promoted him, and
2. To make heary, weighty, honoured, 133 kabed, 3.
Niim.24. nl thought to promote thee unto great h.
3. To cause to prosper, nSs tselach, 5.
Dan. 3. 30 Then the king promoted Shadrach.Mesh.
4. To make high, Dn rum, Sa.
Prov. 4. 8 Exalt her, and she shall promote thee ; she
PROMOTE to honour, to
To make heavy, weighty, honoured, "U| kabed, 3.
Nuni22. 17 I will promote thee unto very great lion.
22. 37 notableindeedtopromotetheetohonour?
PROMOTED, to be
To move, shake, JT3 nua.
Judg.g. 9, n, 13 and go to be promoted overthe trees?
PROMOTION
To make high, D "1 rum, 5.
Psa. 75. 6 For promotion (cometh) neither from the
Prov 3. 35 but shame shall be the promotion of fools
PRONOUNCE, to
I. To speak idly, ntp^ batah, 3.
Lev. 5. 4 swear, pronouncing with (his) lips to do
5. 4 that a man shall pronounce with an oath
2. To speak, ^ dabar, 3.
Judgi2. 6 he could not frame to pronounce (it) right
Neh. 6. 12 he pronounced this prophecy against me
Jer. ii. 17 hath pronounced evil against thee, for the
16. 10 Wherefore hath the LORD pronounced all
18. 8 If that nation, against whom I have pro.
19. 15 all the evil that I have pronounced agai.
25. 13 all my words which I have pronounced
26. 13 repent him of the evil that he hath pron.
Jer. 26. 19 evil which he had pronounced againstth.?
34. 5 for I have pronounced the word, saiththe
35. 17 all the evil that I have pronounced agai.
36. 7 fury that the LORD hath pronounced aga.
36. 31 evil that I have pronounced against them
40. 2 God hath pronounced this evil upon this
3. To call, N"ji7 qara.
Jer. 36. 18 pronounced all these words unto me with
PROOF
Proof, trial, $oici/j.r> dokime.
2 Co. 2. 9 that I might know the proof of you, wh.
13. 3 Since ye seek a proof of Christ speaking
Phil 2. 22 But ye know the proof of him, that, as a
PROOF, infallible.
I.A sure token, rfKpripiov tekmerion.
Acts i. 3 showed himself, .by many infallible proo.
2.A showing in, pointing out, V8e(J<s endcixis.
2 Co. 8. 24Showyeto them., the proof ofyourlove.and
PROPER
I.JJelonging to the city, well born, affrelos asteios.
Heb. ii. 23 because they saw (he was) a proper child
2. One s own, IStos idios.
Acts i. 19 that field is called in their proper tongue
i Co. 7. 7 every man hath his proper gift of God, one
PROPER good
A peculiar treasure, nVjp segullah.
1 Ch.29. 3 I have of mine own proper good, of gold
PROPHECY
1. What is lifted up, a burden, message, tttyo massa.
Prov 30. i words of A^ur . .(even) the prophecy : the
31. i the prophecy {hat his mother taught him:
". Prophecy, ~W3} nebuah.
2 Ch. 9. 29 in the prophecy of Ahijah the Shilonlto
15. 8 when Asa heard.. the prophecy of Oded |
Neh. 6. 12 that he pronounced this prophecy against
3. A prophet, K 3} nabi.
Dan. 9. 24 to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to
k. Prophecy,2)ublicexj)osition,Trpo<$>i}Tt iapropheteia.
Matti3. 14 in them is fulfilled the prophecy of Esaias
Rom 12. S whether prophecy, (let us prophesy) ace.
i Co. 12. 10 to an other prophecy ; to another discern.
13. 8 but whether (there be) prophecies, they
1 Ti. i. 18 according to the prophecies which wept
4. 14 which was given thee by prophecy, with
2 Pe. i. 20 no prophecy of the scripture is of any
i. 21 For the prophecy came not in old time
Rev. i. 3 they that hear the words of this prophecy
ii. 6 it rain not in the days of their prophecy
19. 10 the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of pr.
22. 7 he that keepeth the sayings of the proph.
22. 10 Seal not the sayings of the prophecy of t.
22. 1 8 that heareth the words of the prophecy of
22. 19 from the words of the book of this proph.
5. Prophetic, Trpo<p7]TLK6s prophetikos.
2 Pe. 1. 19 We have also a more sureword of proph.
PROPHECY, (the gift of)
Prophecy, irpo^Tjreia propheteia.
i Co.i3. 2 though I have (the gift of) prophecy, and
PROPHESY, to
1. To see (in vision}, nn chazah.
Isa. 30. 10 Prophesy not unto us right things . . prop.
2. To prophesy, flow forth, X2J naba, 2.
i Sa. 10. ii he prophesied among the prophets, then
i Ki.22. 12 all the prophets prophesied so, saying, Go
1 Ch.25- i who should prophesy with harps, with
25. 2 which prophesied according to the order
25. 3 who prophesied with a harp, to give tha.
2 Ch.iS. ii all the prophets prophesied so, saying, Go
Jer. 2. 8 prophesied by Baal, and walked after (t.
5. 31 prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule
n. 21 Prophesy not in the name of the LORD, th.
14. 14 The prophets prophesy lies in my name: I
14. 15 concerning the prophets that prophesy in
14. 16 people to whom they prophesy shall be c.
19. 14 whither the LORD had sent him to proph.
20. i heardthatJeremiahprophesiedthesethi.
20. 6 friends, to whom thou hast prophesied 1.
23. 16 words of the prophets that prophesy unto
23. 21 I have not spoken to them, yet they p.
23. 25 that prophesy lies in my name, saying, I
23. 26 in the heart of the prophets that prophe.
23. 32 against them that prophesy false dreams
25. 13 which Jeremiah hath prophesied against
25. 30 Therefore prophesy thou against them all
26. 9 Why hast thou prophesied in the name of
26. 1 1 for he hath prophesied against this city
26. 12 LORD sent me to prophesy against this h.
26. 1 8 Micah the Morasthite prophesied in the
26. 20 who prophesied against this city, and ag.
27. 10 For they prophesy a lie unto you, to rem.
27. 14 Ye shall not serve, .for they prophesy a
27. 15 yet they prophesy a lie in my name ; that
27. 15 and the prophets that prophesy unto you
27. if> that prophesy., for they prophesy a lie un.
28. 6 perform thy words which thou hast pro.
28. S prophesied both against many countries
28. 9 The prophet which prophesieth of peace
29. 9 For they prophesy falsely unto you in my
29. 21 which prophesy a lie unto you in my na.
29. 31 Because that Shemaiah hath prophesied
32. 3 Wherefore dost thou prophesy, and say
Jer. 37. 19 Where (are) now your prophets which pf.
Eze. 4. 7 uncovered, and thou shall prophecy a^a,
6. 2 set thy face toward the mountains.. anu p.
ii. 4 Therefore prophesy against them, proph.
11. 13 when I prophesied, that Pelatiah the son
12. 27 he prophesieth of the times (that are) far
13. 2 prophesy against the prophets, .that pro.
13. 16 prophet of Israel, which prophesy cone.
13. 17 set thy face, .and prophesy thou against
20.46 prophesy agai nst the forest of the south
21. 2 set thy face toward Jerusalem, .and pro.
21. 9 Son of man, prophesy, and say, Thus sa.
21. 14 prophesy, and smite (thine) hands toget.
21. 28 thou, son of man, prophesy, and say, Th.
25. 2 Son of man, set thy face, .and prophesy
28. 21 set thy face against Zidon, and prophesy
29. 2 prophesy against him, anil against all E.
30. 2 prophesy and say, Thussaith the LordO-.
34. 2 prophesy against the shepherds, .prophe.
35. 2 set thy face against mount Seir, and pro.
36. i prophesy unto the mountains of Israel
36. 3 Therefore prophesy and say, Thus saith
36. 6 Prophesy therefore concerning the land
37. 4 Prophesy upon these bones, and say unto
37. 7 So I prophesied .. and as I prophesied, th.
37. 9 Prophesy unto the wind, prophesy, son of
37. 12 prophesy and say unto them, Thus saith
38. 2 set thy face against Gog. .and prophesy
38. 14 prophesy and say unto Gog, Thus saith the
38. 17 which prophesied in those days (many) y.
39. i prophesy against Gog, and say, Thus saith
Joel 2. 28 sons and your daughters shall prophesy
Amos 2. 12 commanded the prophets, saying, Proph.
3. 8 Lord GOD hath spoken, who can but pro. t
7. 12 and there eat bread, and prophesy there
7. 13 But prophesy not again any more at Bet.
7. 15 LORD said unto me, Go, prophesy unto my
7. 1 6 Prophesy not against Israel, and drop not
Zech.i3. 3 when any shall yet prophesy, then his f.
13. 3 shall thrust him through when he proph.
13. 4 shall be ashamed, .when he hath proph.
3. To show self a prophet, N3} naba, 7.
Nunin. 25 when the spirit rested, .they prophesied
ii. 26 spiritrested. .and they prophesiedin thee.
n. 27 Eldad and Medad do prophesy in the ca.
i Sa. 10. 5 prophets coming down, .and they shall p.
10. 6 thou shall prophesy with them, and shalt
10. 10 prophets met him. .and he prophesied am.
18. 10 and he prophesied in the midst of the h.
19. 21 they prophesied likewise, .they prophes.
19. 23 went on and prophesied, until he came to
19. 20 messengers of Saul, and they also proph.
IQ. 24 stripped off his clothes also, and prophe.
1 Ki.iS. 29 they prophesied until the (time) of the o.
22. 8 for he doth not prophesy good concerning
22. 10 and all the prophets prophesied before th.
22. 18 Did I not tell thee that he would proph.
2 Ch.iS. 7 for he never prophesied good unto me, but
1 8. 9 and all the prophets prophesied before
1 8. 17 Did I not tell thee (that) he would not pr.
20. 37 prophesied against Jehoshaphat, saying
Jer. 14. 14 they prophesy unto you a false vision and
23. 13 they prophesied in Baal, and caused my
26. 20 there was also a man that prophesied in
Eze. 13. 17 daughters, .which prophesy out of their
37. 10 Solprophesied.asheeommandedme.and
4. To prophesy, N2J neba, 2.
Ezra 5. i prophesied unto the Jews that (were) in
5. To cause to drop, let drop, *]a: nataph, 5.
Mic. 2. 6 Prophesy ye not, (say they to them that)
2. 6 shall not prophesy to them, (that) they
2. ii I will prophesy unto thee of wine and of
6.A prophet, -N 5} nabi.
Eze. 13. 2 say thou unto them that prophesy out of
7. To prophesy,publicly expound, irpofyriTtvia proph.
Matt. 7. 22 have we notprophesiedin thyname ? and
ii. 13 For all the prophets and the law prophe.
15. 7 hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of
26. 68 Prophesy unto us, thou Christ, Who is he
Mark 7. 6 Well hath Esaias prophesied of you hyp.
14. 65 say unto him, Prophesy : and the servants
Luke i. 67 filled with the HolyGhost.and prophesied
22. 64 saying, Prophesy, who is it that smote
John ii. 51 he prophesied that Jesus should die for
Acts 2. 17 sons and your daughters shall prophesy
2. 18 pour out in those days, .and they shall p.
19. 6 and they spake with tongues, and proph.
21. 9 four daughters, virgins, which did proph.
i Co. ii. 4 Everyman praying or prophesying.having
ii. 5 every woman that prayeth or prophesieth
13. 9 For we know in part, and we prophesy in
14. i but rather that ye may prophesy
14. 3 But he that prophesieth speaketh unto
14. 4 but he that prophesieth edifieth the chu.
14. 5 prophesied : for greater (is) he that prop.
14. 24 if all prophesy, and there come in one that
14. 31 For ye may all prophesy one by one, that
14. 39 covet to prophesy, and forbid not to speak
i Pe. i. 10 who prophesied of the grace (that should
Jude 14 prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the
Rev. 10. ii Thou must prophesy again before many
ii. 3 they shall prophesy a thousand two hund.
PROPHESYING
1. To prophesy, N3j naba, 2.
i Sa. 19. 20 saw the company of the prophets prophes.
2. To show self a prophet, ^ naba, 7.
i Sa. 10. 13 whenhehad made an end of prophesying
PROPHET 780 PROPHET
3. Prophecy, ni2j nebuah.
Ezra 6. 14 prospered through the prophesying of H.
4. Prophecy, irpo(f>rjrfia propheteia.
i Co. 14. 6 or by knowledge, or by prophesying, or
14. 22 prophesying (serveth) not for them that
i Th. 5. 20 Despise not prophesyings
PROPHET -
1.A seer, nin chozeh.
Isa. 30. io Which say . . to the prophets, Prophesy not
2. A prophet, x 3j nabi.
Gen. 20. 7 forhe(is)a prophet, and heshall pray for
Exod 7. i and Aaron thy brother shall be thy pv< >ph.
Numn. 29 that all the LORD S people were prophets
12. 6 If there be a prophet among you, (I) the
Deuti3. i If there arise among you a prophet, or a
13. 3 not hearken unto the words of that prop.
13. 5 that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams
18. 15 God will raise up unto thee a prophet fr.
18. 18 I will raise them up a prophet from anio.
18. 20 the prophet which shall presume, .that p
18. 22 When a prophet speaketh in the name of
18. 22 the prophet hath spoken it presumptuou.
34. io there arose not a prophet since in Israel
Judg. 6. 8 the LORD sent a prophet unto the children
i Sa. 3. 20 established (to be) a prophet of the LORD
9. 9 a prophet was beforetime called a seer
io. 5 a company of prophets coming down from
io. io a company of prophets met him ; and the
10. ii behold, he prophesied among the proph.
10. ii, 12 (Is) Saul also among the prophets?
19. ?o prophets prophesying, and Samuel stand
19. 24 they say, (Is) Saul also among the proph.
22. 5 the prophet Gad said unto David, Abide
28. 6 neither by dreams, nor by I rim, nor by p.
28. 15 answereth. .neither by prophets, nor by
a Sa. 7. 2 the king said unto Nathan the prophet, S
12. 25 sent by the hand of Nathan the prophet
24. ii word of the LORD came unto the prophet
i Ki. i. 8 the prophet, and Shimei, and Rei,:uul the
i. io theprophet, and Benaiah, and the mighty
i. 22 And, Io.. Nathan the prophet also came in
1.23 told the king . . Behold Nathan the prophet
i. 32 the prophet, ami Benaiah the son of Jeh.
i. 34, 38, 44, 45 the priest and Nathan the pro.
11. 29 the prophet Ahijah the Shilonite found
13. ii there dwelt an old prophet in Beth-el, and
13. 18 I (am) a prophet also as thou(art); and an
13. 20, 26 the prophet that brought him back
13. 23 for the prophet whom he had brought ba.
13. 25 told, .in the city where the old prophet d.
13. 29 the prophet took up the carcase of the man
13. 29 the old prophet came to the city, to niou.
14. 2 Ahijah the prophet, which told me that
14. 18 by the hand of his servant Ahijah the pr.
16. 7 also by the hand of the prophet Jehu the
16. 12 spake against Baasha by Jehu the prophet
18. 4 Jezebel cut off the prophets of the LORD
1 8. 4 Obadiah took an hundred prophets, and
18. 13 when Jezebel slew the prophets of the L.
18. 13 hid anhundred men of the LORD S proph.
18. 19 the prophets of Baal four hundred and fi.
1 8. 19 the prophets of the groves four hundred
18. 20 gathered the prophets together unto m.
18. 22 I. .a prophet of the LORD; but Baal s p.
18. 2^ Elijah said unto the prophets of Baal
18. 36 the prophet came near, and said, LORDG.
18. 40 Take the prophets of Baal ; let not one of
19. i had slain all the prophets with the sword
19. io, 14 and slain thy prophets with the sword
19. 16 shalt thou anoint (to be) prophet in thy
20. 13 there came a prophet unto Ahab king of
20. 22 the prophet came to the king of Israel
20. 35 a certain man of the sons of the prophets
20. 38 the prophet departed, and waited forthe
20. 41 discerned him that he (was) of the proph
22. 6 the king of Israel gathered the prophets
22. 7 not here a prophet of the LORD besides
22. 10 all the prophets prophesied before them
22. 12 the prophets prophesied so, saying, Go up
22. 13 the words of the prophets (declare) good
22. 22, 23 lying spirit in the mouth of. .prophets
2 Ki 2. 3, 5 the sons of the prophets that (were) at
2. 7 of the sons of the prophets went, and st.
2. 15 when the sons of the prophets which (w.)
3. 1 1 not here a prophet of the LORD, that we
3. 13 the prophets of thy father, and to the p.
4. i of the wives of the sons of the prophets
4. 38 the sons of the prophets(were)sittin;, lie.
4. 38 seethe pottage for the sons of the proph
5. 3 (were) with the prophet that (is) in Sam.
5. 8 he shall know that there is a prophet in
5. 13 (if) the prophet had bid thee (do some)g
5. 22 two young men of the sons of the prophets
6. i the sons of the prophets said unto Elisha
6. 12 Elisha, the prophet that (is) in Israel, tell.
9. i prophet called one of the children of the
g. 4 So. .the prophet, went to Ramoth-gilead
9. 7 the blood of my servants the prophets, and
10. 19 call unto me all the prophets of Baal, all
14. 25 the prophet, which (was) of Gath-hepher
17. 13 by all the prophets, (and by) all the seers
17. 13 sent to you by my servants the prophets
17. 23 as he had said by all his servants the pr.
19. 2 to Isaiah the prophet, the son of Amoz
20. i the prophet Isaiah the son of Amoz came
20. ii And Isaiah the prophet cried unto the L.
20. 14 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto king
21. io the LORD spake by his servants the prop
23. 2 the prophets, and all the people, both sm
63. 1 8 of the prophet that came out of Samaria
a Kt.24. 2 which he spake by his servants the proph.
1 Ch.i6. 22 Touch not. .and do my prophets ;m harm
17. i David said to Nathan the prophet, Lo, I
29. 29 in the book of Nathan the prophet, and
2 Ch. 9. 29 in the book of Nathan the prophet, and
12. 5 Then came Shemaiah the prophet to Re.
12. 15 iu the book of Shemaiah the prophet, and
13. 22 written in the story of the prophet Iddo
15. 8 heard, .the prophecy of Oded the propln-t
1 8. 5 the king, .gathered together of prophets
1 8. 6 not here a prophet of the LORD besides
18. 9 all the prophets prophesied before them
1 8. ii all the prophets propiiesied so, saying
18. 12 the words of the prophets (declare) good
18. 21, 22 lying spirit in the mouth of . .prophets
20. 20 believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper
21. 12 a writing to him from Elijah the prophet
24. 19 he sent prophets to them, to bring them
25. 15 he sent unto him a prophet, which said
25. 16 the prophet forbare, and said, I knowth.
26. 22 did. .the prophet, the son of Amoz, write
28. 9 But a prophet of the LORD was there, wh.
29. 25 Gad the king s seer, and Nathan the pro.
29. 25 the commandment of the LORD by his pr.
32. 20 the prophet Isaiah the son of Amoz.pra.
32. 32 in the vision of Isaiah the prophet.the son
35. 1 8 Aud . . from the days of .Samuel the proph.
36. 12 humbled not himself before . .the prophet
36. 16 misused his prophets, until the wrath of
Ezra 9. 1 1 hast commanded by thy servants the pro.
Neh. 6. 7 prophets to preach of thee at Jerusalem
6. 14 prophets, that would have put me in fear
9. 26 thy prophets which testified against them
9. 30 testifledst. .by thy spirit in thy prophets
9. 32 on our prophets, and on our fathers, and
Psa. 51. title, the prophet came unto him, after he had
74. 9 (there is) no more any prophet : neither
105. 15 Touch not mine anointed, and do my pro.
Isa. 3. 2 the prophet, and the prudent, and the an.
9. 15 the prophet that teacheth lies, he (is) the
28. 7 the priest and the prophet have erred th.
29. 10 the prophets and your rulers, the seers
37. 2 unto Isaiah the prophet, the son of Amoz
38. i the prophet, the son of Amoz, came unto
39. 3 Then came Isaiah the prophet unto king
Jer. i. 5 ordained thee a prophet unto the nations
2. 8 the prophets prophesied by Baal, and w.
2. 26 they . .and their priests, and their proph.
2. 30 your own sword hath devoured your pr.
4. 9 And. .at that day. .the prophets shall w.
5. 13 the prophets shall become wind, and the
5. 31 The prophets prophesy falsely, and the p.
6. 13 from the prophet even unto the priest e.
7. 25 sent unto you all my servants the proph.
8. i the bones of the prophets, and the bones
8. 10 from the prophet even unto the priest e.
13. 13 the prophets, and all the inhabitants of
14. 13 the prophets say unto them, Ye shall not
14. 14 The prophets prophesy lies in my name
14. 15 the prophets that prophesy in my name
14. 15 By sword and famine shall those prophets
14. 18 the prophet and the priest go about into
18. 1 8 nor counsel, .nor the word from the pro.
20. 2 Pashur smote Jeremiah the prophet, and
23. 9 Mine heart . is broken because of the pr
23. 1 1 both prophet and priest are profane : yea
23. 13 I have seen folly in the prophets of Sam
23. 14 I have seen also in the prophets of Jeru
23. 15 saith the LORD, .concerning the prophets
23. 15 fro7ii the prophets of Jerusalem is profan
23. 16 of the prophets that prophesy unto you
23. 21 I have not sent these prophets, yet they
23. 25 I have heard what the prophets said, that
23. 26 in the heart of the prophets that prophesy
23. 26 prophets of the deceit of their own heart
23. 28 The prophet that hath a dream, let him
23. 30, 31 1(am)againsttheprophets,saiththeL.
23. 33 or the prophet, or a priest, shall ask thee
23. 34 the prophet, and the priest, and the peo
23. 37 Thus shalt thou say to the prophet, What
25. 2 the prophet spake unto all the people of
25. 4 hath sent unto you all his servants the p
26. 5 the prophets, whom I sent unto you, botli
26. 7 So . . the prophets and all the people heard
26. 8 the prophets and all the people took him
26. 1 1 Then spake the priests and the prophets
26. 1 6 said, .\mtothepriestsandtotheprophets
27. 9 hearken not ye to your prophets, nor to
27. 14 the prophets that speak unto you, saying
27. 15 and the prophets that prophesy unto yoi
27. 16 of your prophets that prophesy unto you
27. 18 if they (be) prophets, and if the word of
28. i of Azur the prophet, which (was) of Gib
28. 5 prophet Jeremiah said unto the prophet
28. 6 Even the prophet Jeremiah said, Amen
28. 8 The prophets that have been before me am
28. 9 The prophet which prophesieth of peace
28. 9 when the word of the prophet shall come
28. 9 (then) shall the prophet be known, that
28. 10 prophet took the yoke from off the proph
28. ii And the prophet Jeremiah went his way
28. 12 Hananiah the prophet had broken the y.
28. 12 from off the neck of the prophet Jeremiah
28. 15 Then said the prophet, .unto, .the proph
28. 17 So Hananiah the prophet died the same
29. i the prophet sent from Jerusalem unto the
29. i and to the prophets, and to all the people
29. 8 Let not your prophets and your diviners
29. 15 hath raised us up prophets in Babylon
29. 19 which I sent, .by my servants the proph
29. 29 read . . in the ears of Jeremiah the propne
32. 3 the prophet was shut up in the court of the
Jer. 32. 32 their prophets, and the men of Judah, and
34. 6 the prophet spake all these words unto Z.
35. 15 I have sent, you all my servants the pro.
36. 8 all that Jeremiah the prophet commanded
36. 26 Baruch the scribe, and Jeremiah the pro.
37. 2 which he spake liy the prophet Jeremiah
37. 3 And . . the king sent . . to the prophet Jere.
37. 6 came the word of the LORD unto the pro.
37. 13 he took Jeremiah the prophet, saying, Th.
37- 19 your prophets which prophesied onto TOO
38. 9 the prophet, whom they have cast into
38. 10 take up Jeremiah the prophet out of the
38. 14 took Jeremiah the prophet unto him into
42. 2 said unto Jeremiah the prophet, Let, we
42. 4 the prophet said unto them, I have heard
43. 6 the prophet, and Baruch the son of Ner.
44. 4 I sent unto you all my servants the proph.
45. i the prophet spake unto Baruch the son of
46. i which came to Jeremiah the prophet ag.
46. 13 that the LORD spake to Jeremiah the pr.
47. i that came to Jeremiah the prophet agai.
49. 34 that came to Jeremiah the prophet agai.
50. i the LORD spake . . by Jeremiah the prophet
51. 59 the prophet commanded Seraiah the son
Lam. 2. 9 prophets also find no vision from the LOKD
2. 14 Thy prophets have seen vain and foolish
2. 20 shall the priest and the prophet be slain
4. 13 For the sins of her prophets, (and) the ini.
Eze. 2. 5 that there hath been a prophet among th.
7. 26 then shall they seek a vision of the proph.
13. 2 the prophets of Israel that prophesy, and
13. 3 Woe unto the foolish prophets, that fo .li >w
13. 4 thy prophets are like the foxes in the de.
13. 9 upon the prophets that see vanity, and
13. 16 the prophets of Israel, which prophesy c.
14. 4 Every man. .that, .cometh to the prophet
14. 7 and cometh to a prophet to enquire of him
14. 9 if the prophet be deceived when he hath
14. 9 I the LORD have deceived that prophet
14. 10 the punishment of the prophet shall be
22. 25 a conspiracy of her prophets in the midst
22. 28 her prophets have daubed them with mi.
33. 33 know that a prophet hath been among th.
38. 17 the prophets of Israel, which prophesied
Dan. 9. 2 the word . . came to Jeremiah the prophet
9. 6 the prophets, which spake in thy name to
9. 10 laws, which he set before us by. .the pro.
Hos. 4. 5 the prophet also shall fall with thee in
6. 5 Therefore have I hewed (them) by the p.
9. 7 the prophet (is) a fool, the spiritual man
9. 8 the prophet (is) a snare of a fowler in all
12. 10 I have also spoken by the prophets, and
12. 10 used similitudes, by the ministry of the p.
12. 13 by a prophet the LORD brought, .by apr.
Amos 2. 1 1 I raised up of your sons for prophets, and
2. 12 and commanded the prophets, saying
3. 7 he revealeth his secret unto, .the proph.
7. 14 I (was) no prophet, neither (was) I a pro.
Mic. 3. 5 the prophets that make my people err
3. 6 the sun shall go down over the prophets
3. ii the|prophets thereof divine for money: yet
Hab. i. i The burden which Habakkuk the i>i"j,li.
3. i A prayer of Hahakkuk the prophet upon
Zeph. 3. 4 Her prophets (are) light (and) treacherous
Hag. i. i, 3 word of the LORD by Haggai the proph.
1. 12 the words of Haggai the prophet, as the
2. i, 10 word of the LoRD by the prophet Ha.
Zech. i. i, 7 the word of the LORD unto, .the proph.
i. 4 unto whom the former prophets have cr.
i. 5 and the prophets, do they live for ever?
1. 6 which I commanded my servants the pr.
7. 3 to speak, .to the prophets, saying. Should
7. 7 LORD hath cried by the former prophets
7. 12 sent in his spirit by the former prophets
8. 9 these words by the mouth of the prophets
13. 2 the prophets and the unclean spirit to
13. 4 the prophets shall be ashamed every one
13. 5 I (am) no prophet, I (am) an husbandman
Mai. 4- 5 I will send you Elijah the prophet before
3.A prophet, N ^i nebi.
Ezra 5. i prophets, Haggai the prophet, and Zech.
5. 2 with them, .the prophets of God helping
6. 14 the prophet and Zechariah the son of Id.
4. To (cause to] drop, r,e} nataph, 5.
Mic. 2. 1 1 he shall even be the prophet of this peo.
5. A prophet, public expounder, irpo<f>rirris prophites.
Matt. i. 22 fulfilled which was spoken., by the proph.
2. 5 of Judea : for thus it is written by the p.
2. 15 be fulfilled which was spoken, .by the p.
2. 17 that which was spoken by Jeremy the p.
2. 23 he fulfilled which was spoken by the pr.
3. 3 this is he that was spoken of by the pro
4. 14 which was spoken by Esaias the prophet
5. 12 for so persecuted they the prophets wh.
5. 17 am come to destroy the law. or the proph.
7. 12 do. .for this is the law and t!i.- proph< ts
8. 17 which was spoken by Esaias the prophet
10. 4 1 receiveth a prophet in . . name of a proph.
10. 41 He. .shall receive a prophet s reward; and
11. o A prophet? yea. .and more than a proph
11. 13 the prophets and the law prophesied un.
12. 17 which was spoken by Esaias the prophet
12. 39 no sign . . but the sign of the prophf >.
13. 17 That many prophets and righteous (men)
13. 35 fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet
3- 57 A prophet is not without honour, save in
14. 5 because they counted him as a prophet
16. 4 unto it. but the sign of [the prophet ] Jonas
16. 14 and others, Jeremias, or one of the proph.
21. 4 fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet
PROPHET 781 PROTECTION
Mattzi. ii Jesus the prophet : Na/areth of Galilee
21. 26 we fear, .for all hold John as a prophet
2:. 46 .Hut. .because they took him tor a prophet
22. 40 On these, .hang all the law and the prop.
23. 29 ye build tin- tombs of the prophets, and
23. 30 lieen partakers, .in the blood of the pro.
23. 31 children of them which killed the proph.
23. 34 I send unto you prophets, and wise men
23. 37 (thou)thatkulentheprophet*andstonett
24. 15 desolation, spoken of by Daniel the pro.
26. 56 that the scriptures of the prophet* might
27. 9 that which was spoken by Jeremy the p.
27. 3=; "fulfilled which was spoken by the prop.]
Mark i. 2 As it is written in [the prophets], Behold
6. 4 A prophet is n6t without honour, but in
6. 15 That it is a prophet, or as one of the pro.
8. 28 (say), Klias, and others, One of the proph.
ii. 32 counted John, that he was a prophet in.
13. 14 [desolation, spoken of by Daniel the pro.]
Luke i. 70 As he spake by the mouth of his holy pr.
i. 76 shalt be called the prophet of the Highest
3. 4 in the book of thu words of Esaias the p.
4. 17 delivered unto him the book of the prop.
4. 24 No prophet is accepted in his own eoun.
4. 27 lepers., in the time of Eliseusthe prophet
6. 23 in the like, .did their fathers unto the p.
7. 16 a great prophet is risen up among us ; and
7. 26 A prophet? Yea. .much more than a pro.
7. 28 not a greater [prophet] than John the B.
7. 39 This man, if he were a prophet, would h.
9. 8 that one of the old prophets was risen a.
9. 19 that one of the old prophets is risen again
10. 24 many prophets and kings have desired to
11. 29 no sign, .but the sign of Jonas [the prop.]
ii. 47 for ye build thesepulchres of theprophets
49 I will send them prophets and apostles
50 the blood of all the prophets, which was
28 the prophets, in the kingdom of God, and
33 be that a prophet perish out of Jerusalem
34 which killest the prophets, and stonest t.
16 The law and the prophets (were) until J.
29 They have Moses and the prophets ; let t.
31 If they hear not Moses and the prophets
31 all things that are written by the proph.
6 they be persuaded that John was a proph.
ig a prophet mighty in deed and word before
25 believe all that the prophets have spoken
27 beginning at Moses and all the prophets
44 and (in) theprophets, and (in) the Psalms
21 Art thou that prophet? And he answered
23 Make straight the way. .said the prophet
25 not. .Christ, nor Elias, neither that prop.
45 of whom Moses in the law, and the prop.
19 saith . .Sir, I perceive that thou art a pr.
44 prophet hath no honour in his own conn.
14 prophet that should come into the world
45 It is written iu the prophets, And they s.
40 Many. . said, Of a truth this is the prophet
52 Search, .for out of Galilee ariseth no pr.
52 Abraham is dead, and the prophets, and
53 Abraham, which is dead? and the proph.
17 What sayest thou. .He said, He is a pro.
38 the saying of Esaias the prophet might
16 that which was spoken by the prophet J.
30 being a prophet, and knowing that God
1 8 had showed by the mouth of all his pro.
21 spoken by the mouth of all his holy pro.
22 A prophet shall the Lord your God raise
23 evirysoul, which will not hear that prop.
24 the prophets from Samuel and those that
25 Ye are the children of the prophets, and
37 A prophet shall the Lord your God raise
42 as it is written in the book of the proph.
48 Howbeit the most high . . as saith the pro.
52 Which of the prophets have not your fa.
28 sitting in his chariot read Esaias the pr.
30 heard him read the prophet Esaias, and
34 of whom speaketh the prophet this? of h.
43 To him giveall theprophets witness, that
27 these days came prophets from Jerusalem
1 was at Antioch certain prophets and tea.
15 after the reading of the law and the prop.
20 he gave, .judges, .until Samuel the prop.
27 the prophets which are read every sabb.
40 that, .which is spoken of in the prophets
15 And to this agree the words of the proph.
32 being prophets also themselves, exhorted
10 from J i idea a certain prophet, named A.
14 written in the law and in the prophets
22 than those which the prophets and Moses
27 belie vest thou the prophets? I know that
23 out of the law of Moses, and (out of) the p.
25 Well spake the Holy Ghost by. .the prop.
2 by his prophets iu the holy Scriptures
21 being witnessed by the law and the prop.
3 they have killed thy prophets, and digged
. 28 secondarily prophets, thirdly teachers
29 allapostles?. .all prophets?, .all teachers?
29 Let the prophets speak two or three, and
32 spirits of theprophets. .subject to thepr.
37 If any man think himself to be a prophet
20 the foundation of the apostles and proph.
5 revealed unto his holy apostles and prop.
11 some, prophets ; and some, evangelists
15 killed the Lord Jesus and their own pro.
12 a prophet of their own, said, TheCretians
1 God. .spake, .unto the fathers by the pro.
32 David also, and Samuel, and (of) the pro.
10 the prophets, who have spoken in the name
10 the prophets have enquired and searched
16 dumb ass. .forbade the madness of the p.
2 which were spoken before by the holy p.
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Rev. 10. 7 hath declared to his servants the proph.
ii. 10 two prophets tormented them that dwelt
n. 18 give reward unto thy servants the proph.
16. 6 have shed the blood of saints and proph.
18. 20 heaven, and (ye) holy apo.ulcsand proph.
18. 24 in her was found the blood of prophets
22. 6 the Lord God of the holy prophets sent
22. 9 of thy brethren the prophets, and of them
6. Prophetic, irpoQ-nTixds prophitikos.
Rom. 16. 26 But now . . by the scriptures of the proph.
PROPHET, to make lelf a
To show self a prophet, N^J naba, 7.
Jer. 29. 26 (that is) mad, and inaketh himself a pro.
29. 27 which inaketh himself a prophet to you?
PROPHET, false
A falseprophet, tyfu$oirpo<j>-fiTTjs pseudoprophetes.
Matt. 7. 15 Beware of false prophets, which come to
24. ii many false prophets shall rise, and shall
24. 24 there shall arise false Christs, and false p.
Marki3. 22 false prophets shall rise, and shall show
Luke 6. 26 for so did their fathers to the false proph.
Acts 13. 6 a false prophet, a Jew, whose name (was)
2 Pe. 2. i were false prophets also among the peo.
1 Jo. 4. i falso prophets are gone out into the world
Rev. 16. 13 and out of the mouth of the false prophet
19. 20 the false prophet that wrought miracles
20. 10 where the beast and the false prophet
PROPHETESS
\.A prophetess, female preacher, nx 7; nebiah.
Exodis. 20 Miriam the prophetess, the sister of Aar.
Judg. 4. 4 Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lapid.
2 Ki.22. 14 the prophetess, the wife of Shallum the
2 Ch.34. 22 Huldah the prophetess, the wife of Shal.
Keh. 6. 14 on the prophetess Noadiah, and the rest
tsa. 8. 3 I went unto the prophetess ; and she co.
2. A prophetess, female preacher, irpotyriTis proph.
Luke 2. 36 Anna, a prophetess, the daughter of Ph.
Rev. 2. 20 Jezebel, which calleth herself a prophet.
PROPITIATION
1. What appeases, propitiates, l\a<Tfj.6s hilasmos.
i Jo. 2. 2 he is the propitiation for our sins ; and not
4. 10 his Son (to be) the propitiation for our s.
2. Place ofpropitiation, l\aa-Tiipiov hilasterion.
Rom. 3. 25 a propitiation through faith iu his blood
PROPORTION
I.Void or open space, ~\ys maar.
i Ki. 7. 36 according to the proportion of every one
2.Array, Tqy erek.
Job 41. 12 nor his power, nor his comely proportion
%. Proportion, equality, a.va.\oyia analogia.
Ronu 2. 6 (let . . ) according to the proportion of faith
PROSELYTE
Proselyte, one who comes toward, irpoa"f]\vros pro.
Matt23. 15 compass sea and land to make one prose.
Acts 2. 10 and strangers of Rome, Jews and prosel.
6. 5 Parmenas, and Nicolas a proselyte of A.
13. 43 religious proselytes followed Paul and B.
PROSPECT
Face, }$ jianim.
Eze. 40. 44 and their prospect (was) toward the south
40. 44 one .. (having) the prospect toward the n.
40. 45, 46 chamber, whose prospect (is) toward
42. 15 gate whose prospect (is) toward the east
43. 4 gate whose prospect (is) toward the east
PROSPER, to
1. To go on, T^rr halak.
Judg. 4. 24 Israel prospered, and prevailed against
2. To be or go right, ~\vy kasher.
Eccl.ii. 6 for thou knowest not whether shall pro.
3. To cause to prosper, rm tselach, 5.
Ezra 5. 8 this work goeth fast on, and prospereth
6. 14 prospered through the prophesying of H.
Dan. 6. 28 So this Daniel prospered in the reign of
4. To go on prosperously, nSy tsaleach.
Numi4. 41 ye transgress, .but it shall not prosper
Isa. 53. 10 pleasure of the LORD shall prosper in his
54. 17 No weapon .. formed against thee shall p.
Jer. 12. i Wherefore doth the way of the wicked p.?
22. 30 a man (that) shall not prosper in his days
22. 30 no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting
Eze. 16. 13 and thou didst prosper into a kingdom
17. 9 Thus saith the Lord GOD ; Shall it prosper ?
17. 10 Yea, behold, (being) planted, shall it pr.?
17. 15 Shall he prosper? shall he escape that do.
Dan. ii. 27 but it shall not prosper: for yet the end
5. To (cause to) go mi prosperously, nSy tsaleach, 5.
Gen. 24. 40 will send his angel with thee, and prosper
24. 42 if now thou do prosper my way which I
24. 56 seeing the LORD hath prospered my way
Deut 28. 29 thou shalt not prosper in thy ways : and
i Ki.22. 12 Go up to Ramoth-gilead, andprosper : for
22. 15 Go, and prosper: for the LORD shall de.
1 Ch.22. ii prosper thou, and build the house of the
22. 13 Then shalt thou prosper, if thou takest
29. 23 Solomon sat on the throne., and prospered
2 Ch.i3. 12 fight ye not. .for ye shall not prosper
14. 7 rest on every side. So they built and pr.
18. ii Go up to Ramoth-gilead,and prosper; for
1 8. 14 Go ye up, and prosper, and they shall be
20. 20 believe his prophets, so sliall ye prosper
2 Ch. 24. 20 Why transgress ye . . that ye cannot pro.?
31. 21 he did (it) with all his heart, and prospered
32. 30 And Hezekiah prospered in all his works
Neh. i. ii prosper, I pray thee, thy serv;::it tl,:- i ,\
2. 20 will prosper us; therefore we his servants
I sa. i. 3 and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper
37. 7 fret not thyself because of him who pros.
Prov 28. 13 Hethatcoverethhissiusshall not prosper
Isa. 55. ii shall prosper (in the thing) win -reto I sent
Jer. 2. 37 LJU) hath rejected, .thoushalt not pros.
5. 28 jinl^e not the cause.. } el they prosper; and
32. 5 though ye tight . . ye shall not prosper
Dan. 8. 1 2 cast down, .and it practised,and prospered
8. 24 shall prosper, and practise, and shall de.
ii. 36 shall prosper till the indignation be ace.
6. To cause to act wisely, h^y sakal, 5.
Deut 29. 9 do them, that ye may prosper in all that
Josh. i. 7 rnayest prosper whithersoever thou guest
1 Ki. 2. 3 mayest prosper in all that thou doest, and
2 Ki. 1 3. 7 he prospered withersoever he we/It forth
Prov 17. 8 whithersoever it turneth, it prospereth
Jer. 10. 21 therefore they shall not prosper, and all
20. ii for they shall not prosper: (their) everla.
23. 5 a king shall reign and prosper, auu shall
7. To be at rest, thy, shalav.
Job 12. 6 tabernacles of robbers prosper, and they
Psa.i22. 6 peace of Jerusalem : they shall pro.sj>er Lam. i. 5 her enemies prosper; for the LOKL> hath
S.Peace, completeness, o6y shalom.
2 Sa. ii. 7 how the people did, and how the war p.
9. Safe, at ease, at rest, iVy, rhy shalev.
Psa. 73. 12 ungodly, who prosper in the world ; they
10.7*0 be complete, finished, at peace, cS^* shalam.
Job 9. 4 hardened (himself) against him, and.. p.?
11. To have a good journey, go on well, fvoS6o/j.ai.
1 Co. 16. 2 lay by him in store, as (God) hath prosp
3 John 2 thou mayest prosper, .even as thy soul p
PROSPER, to cause or make to
To cause to prosper or go on, nhy tsaleach, 5.
Gen. 39. 3 made all that he did to prosper iu his h.
39. 23 which he did, the LORD made (it) to pro*.
2 Ch.26. 5 sought the LORD, God made him to pros
Dan. 8. 25 he shall cause craft to prosper iu his hand
PROSPERITY
\.Uood, TIE tob.
Deut 23. 6 Thou shalt not seek . . their prosperity all
1 Ki. 10. 7 prosperity exeeedeth the fame which I h.
Job 36. 1 1 they shall spend their days in prosperity
Eccl. 7. 14 In the day of prosperity be joyful, but in
Lam. 3. 17 hast removed my soul. . I forgat prosperity
Zech. i. 17 My cities through prosperity shall yet be
I.Rest, ease, security, i^p shelev.
Psa. 30. 6 in my prosperity I said, I shall never be
3. Safe, at ease, at rest, iS? shalev.
Zech. 7. 7 when Jerusalem was.. in prosperity, and
l.llest, ease, security, ni?y shalvah.
Psa. 122. 7 Peace be within thy walls, (and; prosper.
Prov. i. 32 and the prosperity of fools shall destroy
Jer. 22. 21 I spake unto thee in thy prosperity ; (but)
5. Peace, completeness, O ^y shalom.
Job 15. 21 in prosperity the destroyer shall come u.
Psa. 35. 27 which hath pleasure in the prosperity of
73. 3 (when) I saw the prosperity of the wicked
Jer. 33. 9 for all the prosperity, that I procure unto
PROSPERITY, to send
To cause to prosper, nVy tsaleach, 5.
Psa.nS. 25 O LORD, I beseech thee, send now prosp.
PROSPEROUS, PROSPEROUSLY, to make
1. To prosper, rr>y tsaleach.
Psa. 45. 4 in thy majesty ride prosperously, because
2. To cause to prosper, r6y tsaleach, 5.
Gen. 24. 21 had made his journey prosperous or not
39. 2 he was a prosperous man ; and he was in
Josh. i. 8 then thou shalt make thy way prosperous
JudgiS. 5 may know whether our way. .shall be pr.
2 Ch. 7. ii and in his own house, he prosperously eff.
Isa. 48. 15 brought him, and he shall make his way p.
3. To finish, complete, c ?? shalam, 3.
Job 8. 6 surely, .make the habitation, .prosperous
4. Peace, completeness, ciV? shalom.
Zech. 8. 12 For the seed (shall be) prosperous ; the
PROSTITUTE, to
To pierce, pollute, make commcn, ^n chalal, 3.
Lev. 19. 29 Do not prostitute thy daughter, to cause
PROTECTION
Hiding, secrecy, rn^P sithrah.
Deut 32. 38 rise up and help you, (and) be your prot,
PROTEST by, I
Yea, (a Jr. of affirmation or adjuring}, Hj ne.
i Co. 15. 31 I protest by your rejoicing which I have
PROTEST (earnestly), tc
To protest, (cause to testify), -\iy ud, 5.
Gen. 43. 3 The man did solemnly protest unto us, a.
i Sa. 8. 9 howbeit yet protest solemnly unto.. and
i Ki. 2. 42 protested unto thee, saying, Know for a
Jer. ii. 7 For I earneetly protested unto your fath.
ii. 7 rising early and protesting, saying, Obey
Zech. 3. 6 auijel of the LORD protested unto Joshua
PROUD 782
PROTTD (thing, moit, proudly)
1. Gay, proud, K3 ge.
Isa. 16. 6 he (is) very proud : (even) of his haughti.
2. Proud, gay, nxa geeh.
Job 40 ii behold every one (that is) proud, and ab.
Io 12 Look on every one (that is) proud, (and)
Psa 04 2 Lift up thyself .. render a re ward to the p.
140 5 proud have hid a snare for me, and cords
Prov i s 25 The LORD will destroy the house of the p.
16. 19 better., than to divide the spoil with the p.
Isa 2. 12 upon every (one that is) proud and lofty
Jer. 48. 29 he is exceeding proud, his loftiness, and
2. Proud, C rxa gaayonim [v.L. c*jr ], Ps. 123.4.
S.Pride, rising, excellency, pJ gaon.
Job 38. 1 1 and here shall thy proud waves be stayed ?
4 Pride, rising, excellency, nw gettth.
Psa. 17. 10 with their mouth they speak proudly
5.7*0 be or become proud, haughty, high,*?} gabah.
Prov 16. 5 Every one (that is) proud in heart (is) an
Eccl. 7. 8 patient in spirit (is) better than the proud
6. High, haughty, 323, w>33 gaboah.
i Sa. 2. 3 Talk no more so exceeding proudly ; let
Psa. 138. 6 but the proud he knoweth afar off
T. Proud, -ii zed.
Pia. 86. 14 OGod, the proud are risen against me, and
119. 21 Thou hast rebuked the proud (that are)
119. 51 The proud have had me greatly in derision
119. 69 The proud have forged a lie against me
119. 78 Let the proud be ashamed ; for they dealt
no. 85 The proud have digged pits for me, which
119. 122 Be surety, .let not the proud oppress me
Prov2i. 24 Proud (and) haughty scorner(is)hisname
Isa. 13. ii will cause the arrogancy of the proud to
Jer. 43. 2 all the proud men, saying unto Jeremiah
Mai. 3. 15 now we call the proud happy; yea, they
4. i all the proud, yea, and all that do wick.
8. Pride, presumption, proud one, fnj zadon.
Prov 21 24 (is) his name who dealeth in proud wrath
Jer. 50. 31 I (am) against thee, (O thou) most proud
50. 32 most proud shall stumble aud fall, aud n.
9. Great, Sii| gadol.
Psa. 12. 3 (and) the tongue that speaketh proud th.
10. Pride, rising, excellency, nixa gaavah.
Psa 31 1 8 which speak grievous things proudly and
31. 23 and plentifully rewardeth the proud doer
11. Proud, JWT zedon.
Psa. 124. 5 Then the proud waters had gone over our
12. Haughty, TH; yahir.
Hab. 2. 5 a proud man, neither keepeth at home
1 3. 7*0 oppress, break, nj: yanah.
Psa. 1 23. 4 filled, .with the contempt of the proud
14. Breadth, width, pride, arn rahab.
Job 9. 13 the proud helpers do stoop under him
26. 12 by his understanding he smiteth. .the p.
15. Broad, wide, proud, 3-71 rahab.
Psa. 40. 4 respecteth not the proud, nor such as turn
16. To be high, en rum.
Prov 6. 17 A proud look, a lying tongue and hands
1 7 Broad, wide, proud, arn rachab.
Psa.ioi. 5 him that hath an high look and a proud
Prov 21. 4 An high look, and a proud heart, (and) the
28. 25 He that is of a proud heart stirreth up s
18. Exceeding proud, vir(p-h<t>avos hupere/jhanos.
Luke i. 51 he hath scattered the proud in the imag
Rom. i. 30 haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters
2 Ti. 3. 2 For men shall oe. .proud, blasphemers
Jas. 4. 6 God resisteth the proud, but givethgrac
i Pe. 5. 5 for God resisteth the proud, and giveth
PROTTD, to be
\.Tobe high or haughty, na3 gabah.
Jer. 13. 15 Hear ye, aud give ear ; be not proud : for
2. To be proud, TT, T7 zud, zid.
Jer. 50. 29 for she hath been proud against the LORI
3. To be puffed up, rvipoopat tuphoomai.
i Ti. 6. 4 He is proud, knowing nothing, but dotin
PROTTDLY, to deal, behave self, have spoken
1 . To be proud, TI zud.
ExodiS. ii for in the thing wherein they dealt proud
2. To act proudly, TI zud, 5.
Neh. 9. 10 for thou knewest that they dealt proudlj
9. 16 But they and our fathers dealt proudly
9. 29 yet they dealt proudly, and hearkened
3. To make great the mouth, n 713 [gadal, 5J.
Obad. 12 neither shouldest thou have spoken pro.
4. 7*0 stir against, arn rahab.
Isa. 3. 5 child shall behave himself proudly agai.
PROVE, to
1.7*0 try, prove, test, jna bachan.
1 sa. 17. 3 Thou hast proved mine heart; thou hast
66. 10 For thou, O God, hast proved us : thou
81. 7 I proved thee at the waters of Meribah
95. 9 When your fathers tempted me, proved
Mai. 3. 10 prove me now herewith, saith the LORD
2.7*0 try, prove, np} nasah, 3.
Exodis. 25 nn ordinance, and there he proved them
16. 4 may prove them, whether they will walk
Exod2o. 20 God is come to prove you, and that his f .
l>eut. 8. 2 to prove thee, to know what (was) In thi.
8 16 that he might prove thee, todo thee good
13. 3 for the LORD your God proveth you, tok.
33 8 whom thou didst prove at Massah, (and
Judg 2. 22 That through them I may prove Israel
3. i which the LORD left, to prove Israel by t.
3. 4 they were to prove Israel by them, to ku.
6. 39 let me prove, I pray thee, but this once
i Sa. 17. 39 he assayed to go ; for he had not pn >\ r<l
1 7. 39 for I have not proved (them). And David
i Ki.io. i she came to prove him with hard quest.
PROVISION
3. To do, make, npy asah.
Gen. 30. 30 now when shall I provide for mine ownh.
2 Ch.32. 29 Moreover he provided him cities, and po.
4. To see, look after, no raah.
Gen. 22. 8 God will provide himself a lamb for a bu.
Deut33- 21 provided the first part for himself, because
i Sa. 16. i I have provided me a king among his sons
16. 17 Provide me now a man that can play well
5. To make, ready, tToi/xao> hetoimcuS.
Luke 1 2. 20 those things be which thou hast provided!
1 &1.1O I out: tu piuc jum
2 Ch. Q. i she came to prove Solomon with hard uu.
;
6. To acquire, prepare, possess, KT=C;::H Ktaomat.
!.,.. . .A i k l : . i > i . <irt/1 T ,*-, ivi titA trv < M .. . ,. i ... i , 1 .. i , . .it 1 1 ..i- i n it. I imr w.i 1 v*-r rifir hrn
Psa. 26. 2 Examine me, O LORD, and prove me ; try
Eccl 2 i Go to now, I will prove thee with mil tli
7. 23 All this have I proved by wisdom : I said
Dan. i. 12 Prove thy servants, I beseech thee, ten d.
1. 14 So he consented, .and proved them ten
.To show off, a.TroSfii<vvfjii apudeiknumi.
Acts 25. 7 complaints . . which they could not prove
.7*0 try, prove, ooKtfj.dw dokimazo.
l.nki-i i 19 I go to prove them : I pray thee have me
Rom. 12. 2 that ye may prove what(is)that good, and
2 Co. 8. 8 and to prove the sincerity of your love
8. 22 whom we have oftentimes proved diligent
13. 5 prove your own selves. Know ye not your
Gal. 6. 4 let every man prove his own work, and
Eph. 5. 10 Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord
i Th. 5. 21 Prove all things : hold fast that which is
i Ti. 3. 10 these also first be proved ; then let them
Heb. 3. 9 [When your fathers tempted me, proved]
1. 7*o set alongside, prove, demonstrate, vapiffrrifj.^
Acts 24. 13 Neither can they prove the things where.
6. To attempt, try, put to the proof, -rrfipdfapeirazO.
John 6. 6 this he said to prove him : for he himself
.7*0 cause to go up together, construct, ffvufiifidfa.
Acts 9. 22 confounded the Jews, .proving that this
PROVE before, to
7*o accusebefore orfirst, Trpoairido/j.ai proaitiaomai.
Rom. 3. 9 for we liave before proved both Jews and
PROVED, to be
To be tried, proved, tested, jna bachan, 2.
Gen. 42. 15 Hereby ye shall be proved : By the life of
42. 16 that your words may be proved, whether
PROVENDER
l.Provemler, mixed food, 772 belil.
Isa. 30. 24 the young asses, .shall eat clean proven.
2. Fodder, provender, xispp rnispo.
Gen. 24. 25 We have both straw and provender enou.
24. 32 gave straw and provender for the camels
42. 27 to give his ass provender in the inn, he e.
43. 24 their feet ; and he gave their asses prov.
Judg 19. 19 Yet there is both straw and provender
PROVENDER, to give
To mix, mingle, 71
?? balal.
Judg 19. 21 gave provender unto the asses: and they
PROVERB
1. Acute saying, hidden thing, rrvn chidah.
Hab. 2. 6 take up.. a taunting proverb against him
1.A ruling saying, proverb, similitude, 7^2 mashal.
Deut 28. 37 thou shalt become .. a proverb, and a by
i Sa. 10. 12 Therefore it became a proverb, (Is) Saul
24. 13 As saith the proverb of the ancients, Wic.
1 Ki. 4. 32 And he spake three thousand proverbs
9. 7 Israel shall be a proverb and a by word
2 Ch. 7. 20 make it (to be) a proverb and a by word
Psa. 69. ii made sackcloth, .and I became a proverb
Prov. i. i proverbs of Solomon the son of David, k.
i. 6 To understand a proverb, and the interp.
10. i The proverbs of Solomon. A wise sou ma.
25. i These (are) also proverbs of Solomon, w.
Eccl. 12. 9 sought out, (and) set in order many prov.
Isa. 14. 4 That thou shalt take up this proverb agai.
Jer. 24. 9 a proverb, a taunt and a curse, in all pla.
Eze. 12. 22 what (is) that proverb (that) ye have in the
12. 23 I will make this proverb to cease, and t.
14. 8 and will make him a sign and a proverb
18. 2 What mean ye, that ye use this proverb
18. 3 have (occasion) any more to use this pro.
3. Parable, comparison, similitude, irapa/3oA.^ par.
Luke 4. 23 Ye will surely say unto me this proverb
4. Proverb, obscure saying, ira.poiu.ia. paroimia.
John 1 6. 25 things have I spoken unto you in proverbs
1 6. 25 shall no more speak unto you in proverbs
16. 29 speakest thou plainly, and speakest no p.
2 Pe. 2. 22 according to the true proverb, The dog
PROVERB, to speak or use as a
To use a similitude or ruling saying, ??? mashal.
Num 2 1 . 27 Wherefore they that speak in proverbj say
Eze. 12. 23 they shall no more use it as a proverb in
1 6. 44 one that useth proverbs shall use (this) p.
PROVIDE (for) to
1.7*0 see, look after, nm chazah.
ExodiS. 21 Moreover thou shalt provide out of all the
2.7*0 prepare, J13 kun, 5.
2 Ch. 2. 7 cunning men . . whom D. my father did p.
Job 38. 41 Who provideth for the raven his food? w.
Psa. t s. 9 preparest them corn . .thou hast so prov.
78. 20 can he give bread also? can he provide fl.
Prov. 6. 8 Provideth her meat in the summer, (and)
Matt 10. 9 Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass
7.7*0 set alongside, irapi crTT/^i paristemi.
Acts 23. 24 provide (them) beasts, that they may set
8. To do, make, iroiitt poieo.
Lukei2. 33 provide yourselves bags which wax not old
9. 7*o look before or forward, irpo$\(Trti> problepf.
Heb. ii. 40 God having provided some better thing
10.7*0 know or think beforehand, irpovoiw pranoeo.
Rom. 1 2. 17 Provide things honest in the sight of all
2 Co. 8. 21 Providing for honest things, not only in
i Ti. 5. 8 But if any provide not for his own, and
PROVIDENCE
Forethought, irpbVota pronoia.
Acts 24. 2 done unto this nation by thy providence
PROVINCE
I. Jurisdiction, n; i!j medinah.
i Ki.2o. 14, 15, 17, 19 men of the princes of the prov.
Ezra 2. i these (are) the children of the province
4.15 hurtful unto kings and provinces, and that
5. 8 went into the province of Judea, to the h.
6. 2 in the palace that (is) in the province of
7. 1 6 canst find in all the province of Babylon
Neh. i. 3 left of the captivity there in the province
7. 6 These (are) the children of the province,th.
n. 3 Now these (are) the chief of the province
Esth. i. i an hundred aud seven and twenty provin
i. 3 nobles and princes of the provinces, (be.)
i. 16 people that (are) in all the provinces of
1. 22 into all the king s provinces, into every pr
2. 3 appoint officers in all the provinces of his
2. 1 8 made a release to the provinces, and gave
3. 8 dispersed among the people in all the pr.
3. 12 governors that (were) over every province
3. 12 to the rulers of every people of every pro
3. 13 sent by posts into all the king s provinces
3. 14 commandment to be given in every provin.
4. 3 in every province, whithersoever the ki.
4. 1 1 people of the king s provinces, do know
8. 5 Jews which (are) in all the king s provin.
8. 9 deputies and rulers of the provinces whi.
8. 9 provinces, unto every province according
8. ii all the power of the people and province
8. 12 Upon one day, in all the provinces of king
8. 13 commandment to be given in every prov.
8. 17 in every province, and in every city, whi.
9. 2 throughout all the provinces of the king
9. 3 rulers of the provinces, and the lieutene.
9. 4 fame went out throughout all the provin.
9. 12 have they done in the rest of the king s p.
9. 16 other Jews that (were) in the king s pro.
9. 20 Jews that (were) in all the provinces of
9. 28 kept throughout every . .province, and
9. 30 to the hundred twenty and seven prov.
Eccl. 2. 8 peculiar treasure of kings and of the pr.
5. 8 perverting of. .justice in a province, ma.
Lam. i. i princess among the provinces, (how) is
Eze. 19. 8 on every side from the provinces, and sp.
Dan. 2. 48 made him ruler over the whole province
2. 49 over the affairs of the province of Babyl.
3. i in the plain of Dura, in the province of B.
3. 2 gather together, .all the rulers of the p.
3. 3 all the rulers of the provinces, were gat.
3. 12 hast set over the affairs of the province
3. 30 king promoted Shadrach . . in the province
8. 2 palace, which (is) in the province of Klam
ii. 24 even upon the fattest places of the prov.
2. What is ruled over, a province, district, tvapxia-
Acts 23. 34 he asked of what province he was. And
25. i when Festus was come into the province
PROVISION (for)-
l.A word, matter, thing, ->a?
dabar.
Dan. i. 5 appointed them a daily provision of the
^.Provision, what is prepared, rr$> kerah.
2 Ki. 6. 23 he prepared great provision for them -.and
3. Bread, food, on$>
lechem.
i Ki. 4. 22 Solomon s provision for one day was th.
4. Hunting, what is gained by hunting, TV tsayid.
Josh. 9. 5 all the bread of their provision was dry
Psa.i32. 15 I will abundantly bless her provision: I
5. Hunting, what is gained by hunting, n-rytsedak
Gen. 42. 25 to give them provision for the way : and
45. 21 Joseph, .gave them provision for the way
6. Forethought, irpovoia pronoia.
Rom 13. 14 make not provision for the flesh, to (ful.)
PROVISION, to make or take
1.7*0 contain, comprehend, provide, 713 kul, 3a.
i Ki. 4. 7 each man his month in a year made pro.
2. 7*o prepare, establish, j>3 kun, 5.
i Ch.29- 19 palace, (for) the which I have made pro.
PROVOCATION 783 PUBLISH
3. To hunt for one s self, ~nx tsml, 7.
Josh. 9. 12 This our bread we took hot (for) our pr.
PROVOCATION
1. Provocation, cause of anger, sadness, oy; kaas.
1 Ki. 15. 30 by his provocation wherewith he provo.
21. 22 provocation wherewith thou hast provo.
2 Ki. 23. 26 because of all the provocations that Ma.
Eze. 20. 28 presented the provocation of their offer.
2. To make bitter, .Tip marah, 5.
Job 17. 2 doth not mine eye continue in their pro.
3. Strife, contention, .i^np meribah.
Psa. 95. 8 Harden not your heart, as in the provoc.
t.Despisings, blaspJiemies, nisx} neatsoth.
Neh. 9. 18 thy god that, .wrought great provocatio.
9. 26 rebelled, .and they wrought great provo.
5. A very bitter provocation, Tapairicpa0>oy para.
Heb. 3. 8, 15 Harden not your hearts, as in the pr
PROVOKE (to anger, wrath, emulation, jealousy), to
1. To anger, provoke, oyj kaas, 3.
i Sa. i. 6 her adversary also provoked her sore for
2. To make angry, provoke, oy| kaas, 5.
Deut. 4. 25 shall do evil, .to provoke him to anger
9. 18 in doing wickedly, .to provoke him to a
31. 29 provoke him to anger through the work
32. 16 They provoked him to jealousy with str.
32. 21 they have provoked me to anger withth.
32. 21 I will provoke them to anger with a fool.
Judg. 2. 12 bowed themselves, .and provoked the L
i Sa. i. 7 so she provoked her ; therefore she wept
1 Ki. 14. 9 molten images, to provoke me to anger
14. 15 theirgroves, provoking the LoRDtoanger
15. 30 provoked the LORD God of Israel to anger
16. 2 to provoke me to auger with their sins
16. 7 in provoking him to anger with the work
16. 13 provoking the LORD God of Israel to an.
16. 26, 33 provoke the LORD God of Israel to an.
21. 22 wherewith thou hast provoked (me) to a.
22. 53 provoked to anger the LORD God of Israel
2 Ki. 17. ii wicked things to provoke the LORD to an.
17. 17 sold.. to do evil.. to provoke him to anger
21. 6 muchwickedness..toprovoke(him)toan.
21. 15 have provoked me to anger, since the day
22. 17 that they might provoke metoanger with
23. 19 Israel, .made to provoke (the LORD) to an.
23. 26 that Manasseh had provoked him withal
2 Ch. 28. 25 provoked to anger the LORD God of his
33. 6 wrought much evil, .to provoke him to a.
34. 25 that they might provoke me to anger with
Neh. 4. 5 for they have provoked (thee) to anger b.
Psa. 78. 58 provoked him to anger with their high p.
106. 29 provoked (him) to anger with their inve.
Isa. 65. 3 people that provoketh me to anger cont.
Jer. 7. 1 8 gods, that they may provoke me to anger
7. 19 Do they provoke metoanger? saiththeL.
8. 19 Why have they provoked me to anger w.
ii. 17 provoke me to anger, in offering incense
25. 6 provoke me not to anger with the works
25. 7 that ye might provoke me to anger with
32. 29 unto other gods, to provoke me to anger
32. 30 have only provoked me to anger with the
32. 32 they have done to provoke me to anger
44. 3 have committed to provoke me to anger
44. 8 In that ye provoke me unto wrath with
Eze. 8.17 have returned to provoke me to anger : and
16. 26 thy whoredoms, to provoke me to anger
Hos. 12. 14 Ephraim provoked (him) to anger most b.
3. To make bitter, Try} marah, 5.
Psa. 78. 40 How oft did they provoke him in the wil.
78. 56 Yet they tempted and provoked the most
106. 7 provoked (him) at the sea,(even) at theR.
106. 33 Because they provoked his spirit, so that
106. 43 but-they provoked (him) with their coun.
Isa. 3. 8 against the LORD, to provoke the eyes of
4. To make bitter, -no marar, 5.
Exod23. 21 Beware of him, and obey his voice/prov.
5. To despise., blaspheme, px} naats, 3.
Numi4. ii How long will this people provoke me?
14. 23 neither shall any of them that provoked
16. 30 understand that these men have provoked
Deut 31. 20 serve them, and provoke me, and break
Isa. i. 4 provoked the holy one of Israel unto an.
6. To move, persuade, TftO suth, 5.
1 Ch. 2 1 . i stood up . . and provoked David to number
7. To show self wroth, cause wrath, 13^ abar, 7.
Prov 20. 2 provoketh him to anger sinneth (against)
8. To make angry, in ragaz, 5.
Job 12. 6 they that provoke God are secure ; into
9. To make angry, 7r> regaz, 5.
Ezra 5. 12 after that our fathers had provoked the G.
10. To rouse to strife, tyfOifr erethizo.
2 Co. 9. 2 and your zeal hath provoked very many
Col. 3. 21 Fathers, provoke not your children (to a.)
11. To be very zealous, irapa.ri\6ca parazeloo. Rom 10. 19 I will provoke you to jealousy by (them
ii. ii the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jea.
1 1 . 14 If by any means I may provoke to emula.
i Co. 10. 22 Do we provoke the Lord to jealousy? are
12. To irritate beyond measure,irapopyicaparorgizo.
Eph. 6. 4 fathers, provoke not your children to w.
13.Toprovokebitterly,irapairtKpaivtaparapikraino.
Heb. 3. 16 some, when they had heard, did provoke
14.TO call forth or forward, irpofcaAco/zai prokale.
Gal. 5. 26 provoking one another, envying one ano.
PROVOKE (to speak) unto, to
1. To make to speak offhand, &ito<no^arifa apost.
Luken. 53 and to provoke him to speak of many th.
2.Paroxysm, excitement, Trapovffn6s paroxusmos.
Heb. 10. 24 let us consider one another to provoke un.
PROVOKED, to be eaiily
To be greatly excited, vafo^fffuu paroxunomai.
1 0.13. 5 is Hot easily provoked, thinketh no evil
PROVOKING
1. Provocation, cause of anger, sadness, OJ3 kaas.
Deut32. 19 because of the provoking of his sons and
2. To make bitter, rnip marah, 5.
Psa. 78. 17 sinned yet more against him by provoking
PRUDENCE
1. Prudence, craftiness, subtility, !np"?y ormah.
Prov. 8. 12 I wisdom dwell with prudence, and find
2. Understanding, -wisdom, meaning, Vse , ^zv sekel.
2 Ch. 2. 12 endued with prudence and understanding
3.Prudence, wisdom, mental feeling, <f>p6vr)(ris.
Eph. i. 8 hath abounded toward us in all., prudence
PRUDENT
1. To understand, consider, ] ? bin.
Jer. 49. 7 is counsel perished from the prudent ? is
2. To be intelligent, have understanding, pa bin, 2.
Prov 18. 15 The heart of the prudent getteth knowle.
Isa. 29. 14 understanding of their prudent (men) sh.
3. Prudent, crafty, cn# arum.
Prov 12. 16 fool s wrath is presently known : but a p.
12. 23 A prudent man concealeth knowledge: but
13. 16 Every prudent (man) dealeth with know.
14. 8 wisdom of the prudent (is) to understand
14. 15 the prudent (man) looketh well to his go.
14. 18 but the prudent are crowned with know.
22. 3 prudent (man) forseeth the evil, and hid.
27. 12 prudent (man) forseeth the evil, (and) hi.
4. To divine, use divination, npp qasam.
Isa. 3. 2 prophet, and the prudent, and the ancient
5. To cause to act wisely, understand, *??;? sakal, I).
Prov 19. 14 inheritance of fathers: and a prudent wife
Amos 5. 13 prudent shall keep silence in that time; for
6. Intelligent, awrrAs sunetos.
Matt ii. 25 hid these things from the wise and prud.
Lukeio. 21 hid these things from the wise and prud.
Acts 13. 7 prudent man ; who called for Barnabas
i Co. 1. 19 to nothingjthe understanding of the prud
PRUDENT, to be
1. To be intelligent, have understanding, J 3 bin, 2.
1 Sa. 16. 18 prudent in matters, and a comely person
Prov 16. 21 The wise in heart shall be called prudent
Isa. 5.21 Woe unto (them that are) . . prudent in th.
10. 13 forl am prudent: and I have removed the
Hos. 14. 9 Who(is). .prudent, and he shall know th.?
2. To act prudently, craftily, Q"ij; aram, 5.
Prov 15. 5 but he that regardeth reproof is prudent
PRUDENTLY, to deal
To cause to act wisely, 73^ sakal, 5.
Isa. 52. 13 my servant shall deal prudently, he shall
PRUNE, be pruned, to
\. To prune, )? zamar.
Lev. 25. 3 six years thou shalt prune thy vineyard
25. 4 thou shalt neither sow thy field, nor prune
2. To be pruned, isi zamar, 2.
Isa. 5. 6 it shall not be pruned nor digged ; but th.
PRUNING HOOKS
Pruning hooks, nnn]O mazmeruth.
Isa. 2. 4 shall beat.. their spears into pruning ho.
18. 5 both cut off the sprigs with pruning hoo.
Joel 3. 10 Beat your, .pruning hooks into spears: let
Mic. 4. 3 shall beat . . their spears into pruning ho.
PSALM, PSALMIST
1.A pruned song or psalm ofpraise, TO? zemir.
2 Sa. 23. i and the sweet psalmist of Israel, said
Psa. 95. 2 make a joyful noise unto him with psalms
2. A song ofpraise, ITIST zimrah.
Psa. 81. 2 Take a psalm, and bring hither the timb.
98. 5 Sing unto the LORD with . . voice of a psa.
3. A song of praise, "top mizmor.
Psa. 3. title. A. Psalm of David
[So in Ps. 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
29> 3 1 ; 38, 39, 40, 41, 51,62, 63, 64, 101, 109, no, 139,140,
141. US-]
Psa. 30. title. A Psalm (and) Song, .of David
[So in Ps. 65, 68, 108.]
47. title. A Psalm, .for the sons of Kerah
[So in Ps. 48, 49, 84, 85, 87, 88.]
50. A Psalm of Asaph
[So in Ps. 73, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 82, 83.]
66. title To the chief Musician, a Song (or) Ps.
67. ,, Musician on Neginoth, A Psalm (or) So.
92. ,, A Psalm (or) Song for the sabbath day
98. A Psalm
loo. A Psalm of praise. Make a joyful noise
4.A song ofpraise (on an instrument),
Lukt-20. 42 David himself saithin the book of I salnu
24. 44 which were written in. .the Psalms, con.
Actg i. 20 For it is written in the book of Psalrns
13. 33 as it is also written in the second psalm
i Co. 14. 26 every one of you hath a psalm, hath a d.
Eph. 5. 19 Speaking to yourselves in psalms and h.
Col. 3. 16 admonishing one another in psalms and
PSALMS, to sing
1.7*0 sing songs of praise, TIJI zamar, 3.
i Ch.i6. 9 sing psalms unto him, talk ye of all his
Psa. 105. 2 sing psalms unto him : talk ye of all his
2. To sing songs of praise, 4/aA.Aw psallo.
Jas. 5. 13 let him pray Isany merry ?let him singp.
PSALTERY
l.A wind instrument, ^j S? keli nebel.
i Ch.i6. 5 Jeiel with psalteries and with harps ; but
Psa. 71. 22 I will also praise thee with the psaltery
2.A wind instrument, lyre, V^, ^51 nebel.
1 Sa. 10. 5 prophets coming down . .with a psaltery
2 Sa. 6. 5 played before the LORD, .on psalteries
i Ki.io. 12 harpsalso and psalteries for singers: there
1 Ch.i3. 8 with harps, and with psalteries, and with
15. 16 psalteries and harps and cymbals, sound.
15. 20 and Benaiah, with psalteries on Alamoth
15. 28 making a noise with psalteries and harps
25. i should prophesy with harps, with psalter.
25. 6 with cymbals, psalteries, and harps, for
2 Ch. 5. 12 having cymbals, and psalteries, and harps
9. ii psalteries for singers : and there weren,
20. 28 came to Jerusalem with psalteries and
29. 25 psalteries, and with harps, according to
Neh. 12. 27 with singing, (with) cymbals, psalteries
Psa. 33. 2 sing unto him with the psaltery (and) an
57. 8 Awake up, my glory ; awake, psaltery and
81. 2 the pleasant harp with the psaltery
92. 3 Upon an instrument, .and upon the psal.
108. 2 Awake, psaltery and harp ; I (myself) will
144. 9 upon a psaltery (and) an instrument often
150. 3 praise him with the psaltery and harp
3.Psaltery, lyre, harp, ] "ipi}p9, ]"<}$$ pesanterin.
Dan. 3. 5, 7, 10, 15 sackbut, psaltery, .all kinds of
PTO-LE-MA -IS, IlToA;uafs.
A seaport in Asher between Carmel and Tyre, Hebrew
Accho, now Akka or St Jean d Acre.
Acts 21. 7 we came to P., and saluted the brethren
PUAH. See PHUAH.
PUBLICAN
A tax gatherer, public official, reAaJi/rjs telones.
Matt. 5. 46 what reward have ye? do not even the p.
5. 47 salute your brethren, .do not even the [p.]
9. 10 many publicans and sinners came and sat
9. n Why eateth your Master with publicans
10. 3 Thomas; and Matthew the publican ; Ja.
11. 19 wine bibber, a friend of publicans and s.
18. 17 unto thee as an heathen man and a pub.
21. 31 That the publicans and the harlots go into
21. 32 the publicans and the harlots believed him
Mark 2. 15 many publicans and sinners sat also tog.
2. 16 saw him eat with publicans and sinners
Luke 3. 12 Then came also publicans to be baptized
5. 27 saw a publican, named Levi, sitting at
5. 29 there was a great company of publicans
5. 30 Why do ye eat and drink with publicans
7. 29 publicans, justified God, being baptized
7. 34 wine bibber, a friend of publicans and si.
15. i Then drew near unto him all the publicans
18. 10 the one a Pharisee, and the other a publ.
1 8. n unjust, adulterers, or even as this publi.
18. 13 publican, standing afar off, would not lift
PUBLICANS, chief among the
A chief tax gatherer, dpxiTeAa>j ijy architelones.
Lukeig. 2 which was the chief among the publicans
PUBLICLY
Publicly, in a public place, Syuoffitf demosia.
Acts 18. 28 convinced the Jews, (and that) publicly
20. 20 have taught you publicly, and from house
PUBLISH, to
1. To say, IDX amar.
Jon. 3. 7 published through Nineveh by the decree
2. To tell good news, ii?3 basar, 3.
1 Sa. 31. 9 to publish (it in) the house of their idols
2 Sa. i. 20 publish (it) not in the streets of Askelon
Psa. 68. ii great (was) the company, .that published
3. To call, tr qara.
Deut 32. 3 Because I will publish the name of the L.
4. To cause to hear, yet? shamea, 5.
Neh. 8. 15 they should publish and proclaim in all
Psa. 26. 7 That I may publish with the voice of th.
Isa. 52. 7 publisheth peace, .that publisheth salva.
Jer. 4. 5 Declare ye in Judah, and publish in Jer.
4. 15 and publisheth affliction from mount Ep.
4. 16 publish against Jerusalem, (that) watch.
5. 20 Declare this, .and publish it in Judah, s.
31. 7 publish ye, praise ye, and say, LORD,S.
46. 14 publish in Migdol, and publish in No.
50. 2 publish, and set up a standard ; publish
Amos 3. 9 Publish in the palaces at Ashdod, and in
4. 5 proclaim (and) publish the free offerings
Nan. 1.15 the feet of him . . that publisheth peace !
5. To cry as a herald, Kripva-ffta kerusso.
Mark i. 45 went out, and began to publish (it) much
PUBLISHED 784 PURE
Mark. 5. 20 began to publish in Decapolis how great
7. 36 so much the more a great deal they pub.
Luke 8. 39 published throughout the whole city how
PUBLISHED, to be
l.To uncover, reveal, n?| galah.
Esth T 14 was published unto all people, that they
8. 13 copy.. (was) published unto all people, and
2. T<> speak, -\Y} dabar, 3.
Esth. i. 22 should be published according to the la.
3. To be heard, KSV shamea, 2.
Esth. i. 20 shall be published throughout all his em.
4. To become, begin to be, yivonai r/inomai.
Acts 10. 37 which was published throughout all Jud.
5. To bear or carry through, Siatytpu diapJiero.
Acts 13. 49 word of the Lord was published through
6. To cry as a herald, xypvaffw keriisso.
Mark i 3 . 10 gospel must first be published among all
FUB -LIUS, IloTrAioj common.
The chief man in Melita when Paul was shipwrecked.
Acts 28. 7 the same quarters were possessions of . . P.
28. 8 the father of 1 . lay sick of a fever and of
PU -DENS, TiovStjs shamefaced.
A believer in Rome who unites with Paul in sending
salutation to Timothy.
2 Ti. 4. 21 Eubulus greeteth thee, and P., and Linus
PUFF (up), to
I. To breathe, blow, puff up, TpBpvaeh, 5.
Psa :o. 5 (as for) all bis enemies, he puffeth at them
12. 5 will set (him) in safety (from him that) p.
2.7*0 breathe, puff up, <f>vai6(a phusioo.
i Co. 4. 6 that no one of you be puffed up for one
4. 1 8 Now some are puffed up, as though I w.
4. ignotthespeechof them which are puffed up
5. 2 ye are puffed up, and have not rather m.
8. i Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edill.
13. 4 charityvaunteth not itself.is not putted up
Col. 2. iS vainly puffed up by his fleshly mind
PTTHITES, T Srr Pnthite.
A family in Kirjath-jearim, descended from Caleb
son of Hur.
1 Ch. 2. 53 the Ithrites, and the P., and the Shuma.
PUL, "?;s strong.
1 A king of Assyria who invaded Israel in the days of
Menahem, B.C. 771. and was bribed to depart.
2 K1.I5. 19 P. the king of Assyria came against the 1.
15. 19 Menahem gave P. a thousand talents of s.
i Ch. 5. 26 God. .stirred up the spirit of P. king of A.
2 A place or tribe in Africa near Libya.
Isa. 66. 19 Tarshish, P., and Lud, that draw the bow
PULL, (be pulled away, down, in, off, out, up), to
1. To cause to go or come in, Kia bo, 5.
Gen. 8. 9 took her, and pulled her in unto him in.
19. 10 pulled Lot into the house to them, and s.
2. To break or throw doum, Din haras.
Isa. 22. 19 from thy state shall he pull thee down
Jer. 24. 6 I will build them, and not pull (them) d
42. 10 then will I build you, and not pull (you) d
3.7*0 cause to go out or forth, xy; yatsa, 5.
Psa. 31. 4 Pull me out of the net that they have laid
4.7*0 pull away or down, npj nesach, 2.
Ezra 6. ii let timber be pulled down from his house
5.7V) give (make) rebellious, rrrjb ]nj [nathan],
Zech. 7.11 pulled away the shoulder, and stopped th
6. To break down, fn} nathats.
Jer. i. 10 to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw
18. 7 to pluck up, and to pull down, and to de
7. To draw aivay, out, up, off, pn; nathaq, 3.
Eze. 17. 9 shall he not pull up the roots thereof, an
8. To draw away or out, pnj nathaq, 5.
Jer. 12. 3 pull them out like sheep for the slaugh.
9. To be plucked up, vn nathash, 2.
Amos 9. 15 shall no more be pulled up out of their
10. To put or strip off, Bff? pashat, 5.
Mic . 2. 8 ye pull off the robe with the garment froi
11.7*0 cause to turn back, 2iv shub, 5.
t Ki.i3- 4 so thathecould not pullit in again tohin
12. To draw up or back, avaffirdw anaspao.
Lukei4. 5. will not straightway pull him out on tht
13. To snatch at or away, apirdfa harpazo.
Jude 23 pulling (them) out of the fire ; hating eve
14.ro cast out or forth, tK&d\\ta ekballo.
Matt. 7. 4 Let me pull out the mote out of thine ej
Luke 6. 42 let me pull out the mote that is in thiix
6. 42 then shalt thou see clearly to pull out th
15. To take down, KaOatptea kathaireo.
Lukei2. 18 Tins will I do : I will pull down my barn
PTJLL be pulled) in pieces, to
1. To pull in pieces, or violently, mp$ pashach, 3.
Lam. 3. ii pulled me in pieces : he hath made mede
2. To draw asunder, Siatriraw diaspao.
Acts 23. 10 Paul should have been pulled in pieces o
PULLING down
taking down, Ka.6aipt<ris kathairesis.
2 Co. 10. 4 mighty through God to the pulling down
ULPIT -
Ugh place, V?:1? migdal.
Neb. 8. 4 Ezra the scribe stood upon a pulpit of w.
TJLSE
.Seeds, pulse, O jn.T zeroim.
Dan. i- 12 let them give us pulse to eat, and water
.Serds, pulse, Q jin.. zereonim.
Dan. i. 16 took away the portion . .and gave them p.
PUNISH, to
. 7*<> darken, keep back, restrain, ^fij chasak.
Ezra 9. 13 seeing that thou our God hast punished us
.To chasten, instruct, teach, 15; yasar, 3.
Lev. 26. 18 I will punish you seven times more for your
. 7"o (cause to) smite, np} nakah, 5.
Lev. 26. 24 will punish you yet seven times for your
.To fine, punish, p;y anash.
Prov. 17. 26 Also to punish the just (is) not good, (nor)
.To inspect, look after, C?y) -\$$ paqad (al).
Isa. 10. 12 I will punish the fruit of the stout heart
13. ii I will punish the world for (their) evil, and
24. 21 shall punish the host of the high ones (thiU
26. 21 cometh out of his place to punish the in.
27. i shall punish leviathan the piercing serp.
Jer. 9. 25 I will punish all (them which are) circu.
11. 22 I will punish them : the young men shall
13. 21 What wilt thou say when he shall punish
21. 14 punish you according to the fruit of your
23. 34 I will even punish that man and his house
25. 12 I will punish the king of Babylon, and that
27. 8 that nation will I punish, saith the LORD
29. 32 I will punish Shemaiah the Nehelamite
30. 20 and I will punish all that oppress them
36. 31 punish him and his seed and his servants
44. 13 I will punish, .as I have punished Jerus.
44. 29 punish you in this place, that ye may know
46. 25 will punish the multitude of No, and Ph.
50. 1 8 I will punish, .as I have punished the k.
51. 44 will punish Bel in Babylon, and I will br.
Hos. 4. 9 punish them for their ways, and reward
4. 14 punish your daughters when they commit
12. 2 punish Jacob according to his ways; ace.
Amos 3. 2 therefore I will punish you for all your
Zeph. i. 8 punish the princes, and the king s child.
i. 9 punish all those that leap on the thresh,
i. 12 punish the men that are settled on their
^. 7 howsoever I punished them : but they
Zech 10. 3 punished the goats : for the LOKD of hosts
6. To treat ill, yjn raa, 5.
Zech. 8. 14 As I thought to punish you, when your
1. To restrain, punish, Ko\d<a kolazS.
Acts 4. 21 finding nothing how they might punish t.
8.7Y> jmnish, avenge, n/j-upeu tunoreo.
Acts 22. 5 bound unto Jerusalem, for to be punished
26. ii I punished them oft in every synagogue
PUNISHED, to be
1. To be avenged, cpj naqam, 2.
Exod2i. 20 smite his servant, .he shall be surely pu.
2.7*0 be avenged, npj naqam, 6.
Exod2i. 21 he shall not be punished : for he (is) his
3. 7*0 punish, fine, vy$ anash.
Prov2i. ii When the scorner is punished, the simp.
4. To be punished, fined, v)% anash, 2.
Exod2i. 22 he shall be surely punished, according as
Prov 22. 3 but the simple pass on, and are punished
27. 12 (but) the simple pass on, (and) are punis.
5.7*0 pay justice, SI /CTJP rica diken tio.
2 Th. i. 9 Who shall be punished with everlasting
6.7*0 restrain, punish, Ko\dfa kolazo.
2 Pe. 2. 9 to reserve the unjust, .to be punished
PUNISHMENT (of iniquity, sin)
\.Error, erring, sin, NO" chet.
Lam. 3. 39 a man for the punishment of his sins .
2. Erring, error, (punishment for) sin,r\KV~ chattath.
Lam. 4. 6 than the punishment of the sin of Sodom
Zech 14. 19 This shall be the punishment . . and the p.
3. Perversity, (punishment for) iniquity, py avon.
Gen. 4. 13 My punishment (is) greater than I can
Lev. 26. 41, 43 accept of the punishment of their in.
i Sa. 28. 10 there shall no punishmenthappen to thee
Job 19. 29 for wrath (bringeth) the punishments ef
Lam. 4. 6 For the punishment of the iniquity of th
4. 22 punishment of thine iniquity is accompli
Eze. 14. 10 bear the punishment of their iniquity
14. 10 punishment . . shall be even as the punish.
4. Punishment, fine, vy) onesh.
ProviQ. 19 man of great wrath shall suffer puuishm.
5. Reproof, nn:in tokechah.
38.149. 7 To execute, .punishments upon the peo.
6. Full justice, e*8tKTj(m ekdikesis.
1 Pe. 2. 14 for the punishment of evil doers, and for
7. Penalty, burden, fvin^ia epilimia.
2 Co. 2. 6 Sufficient to such a man (is) this punish.
^.Restraint, *d\a(m kolasis.
Matt2j. 46 shall go away into everlasting punishm
9. Punishment, vengeance, ri^upla timSria.
Heb. 10. 29 Of how much sorer punishment, suppose
PUNTTES, P2n the Puni.
The family of Pua, son of Issachar.
Xum26. 23 the Tolaites : of Pua, the family of the P.
PU -NON, ii B ore-pit.
A city in the E. of Edom between Selah and Zoar ; the
3?th station from Egypt, 24th from Sinai and 4th from
Eziou-geber; N. of M. Uor, and E. of S. and of Salt
Sea ; now I hanon.
Numss. 42 departed from Zalmonah, and pitched in P.
33. 43 they departed from P., and pitched in O.
PUR, PU -RIM, lots, C-i-B, -as lots.
A festival of the Jews commemorating their deliverance
from Human.
Esth. 3. 7 they cast P., that (is), the lot, before H.
9. 24 had cast P. , that (is), the lot, to consume
9. 26 called these days I ., after the name of P.
9. 28 (that) these days of P. should not fail from
9. 29 to confirm this second letter of P.
9. 31 To confirm these days of P. in their times
9. 32 decree of Esther confirmed these, .of P.
PURCHASE
\.Acquisition, jmrchase, njp2 miqnah.
Jer. 32. ii So I took the evidence of the purchase,(bo.)
32. 12 gave the evidence of the purchase unto
32. 12 subscribed the book of the purchase, be.
32. 14 evidence of the purchase, both which is
32. 16 delivered the evidence of the purchase un.
2. Acquisition, purchase, njj?D miqneh.
Gen. 49. 32 The purchase of the field and of the cave
PURCHASE, (be purchased), to
l.To free, avenge, ^Kj gaal.
Lev. 25. 33 if a man purchase of the Levites, then the
2. To acquire, purchase, njjj qanah.
Gen. 25. 10 field which Abraham purchased of the s.
Exodis. 1 6 people pass over, (which) thou hast pur.
Ruth 4. 10 Ruth the Moabitess. .have I purchased
Psa. 74. 2 congregation, (which) thou hast purchas.
78. 54 mountain, (which) his right hand had pu.
3.7*0 acquire, prepare, possess. KT((MHU ktaomai.
Acts i. 1 8 this man purchased a field with the rew.
8. 20 gift of God may be purchased with money
4. 7*o acquire, irtpnrojf o^at peripoieomai.
Acts 20. 28 which he hath purchased with his own bl.
1 Ti. 3.13 purchase to themselves a good degree, and
PURE, PURER
I.Clear, choice, chosen, 13 bar.
Psa. 19. 8 commandment of the LORD (is) pure, en.
24. 4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure he.
2.7*0 clear, choose, Tip barar.
Zeph. 3. 9 For then will I turn to the people a pure
3.7*0 be clear, TJ? barar, 2.
2 Sa. 22. 27 With the pure, .and with the froward th.
Psa. 1 8. 26 With the pure . . and with the froward thou
4. Liberty, wildness, liTi deror.
Exodso. 23 Take thou also, .of pure myrrh five him.
S.Pure, TIJ, TIJ zak.
Exod27*. 20 bring thee pure oil olive beaten for the
30. 34 sweet spices with pure frankincense : of
Lev. 24. 2 bring unto thee pure oil olive beaten for
24. 7 thou shalt put pure frankincense upon
Job 8. 6 If thou (wert) pure and upright ; surely
ii. 4 My doctrine (is) pure, and I am clean in
16. 17 Not for (any) injustice, .my prayer (is) p.
Prov 20. 1 1 whether his work (he) pure, and whether
21. 8 strange : but (as for) the pure, his work
Q.Clean, pure, tinp tahor.
Exodzs. ii thou shalt overlay it with puregold, wit.
25. 17 thou shalt mate a mercy seat (of) pure g.
25. 24 thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, and
25. 29 cover withal : (of) pure gold shalt thou m.
25. 31 thou shalt make a candlestick (of) pure
25. 36 all it (shall be) one beaten work (of) p.
25. 38 snuff dishes thereof, (shall be of) pure g.
25. 39 a talent of pure gold shall he make it, w.
28. 14 two chains (of) pure gold at the ends ; (of)
28. 22 at the ends (of) wreathen work (of) pure
28. 36 thou shalt makeaplate(of)puregold, and
30. 3 thou shalt overlay it with pure gold, the
30. 35 shalt make it a perfume, .pure (and) holy
31. S the pure candlestick with all his furnit.
37. 2 overlaid it with pure gold within and w.
37. 6 he made the mercy seat (of) pure gold : two
37. ii overlaid it with pure gold, and made th.
37. 16 and his covers to cover withal, (of) pure
37. 17 made the candlestick (of) pure gold: (of)
37 . 22 all of it (was) one beaten work (of) pure
37. 23 snuffers, and his snuff dishes, (of) pure
37. 24 a talent of pure gold made he it, and all
37. 26 overlaid it with pure gold, (both) the top
37. 29 pure incense of sweet spices, according !)
39. 15 at the ends, (of) wreathen work (of) pure
39. 25 made bells(of)pure gold, and put the bells
39. 30 made the plate of the holy crown (of) pure
39. 37 The pure candlestick, (with) the lamps
Lev. 24. 4 He shall order the lamps upon the pure
24. 6 six on a row, upon the pure table before
1 Ch.28. 17 Also pure gold for the flesh hooks, and the
2 Ch. 3. 4 And he overlaid it within with pure old
9. 17 Moreover the king, .overlaid it with pure
PURE 785 PURPOSE
2 Ch.i3. ii also (set they in order) upon the pure ta
Ezra 6. 20 all of them (were) pure, and killed the ]
Job 28. 19 neither shall it be valued with puregoh
Psa. 12. 6 words of the LORD (are) pure words: (a
Prov 15. 26 but (the words) of the pure (are) pleasai
30. 12 generation (that are) pure in their own i
Hah. 1.13 (Thou art) of purer eyes than to behold
M al. i . 1 1 offered unto my name, and a pure offeriu
7. Beaten, nvi-p kathith.
i Ki. 5. ii twenty measures of pure oil : thus gave S
8. Fermented, 1?n chemer.
Deut 32. 14 them didst drink the pure blood of the g
9. Free, innocent, acquitted, up.} neqe.
Dan. 7. 9 and the hair of his head like the pure w
10.7*0 shut up, close, refine, iJip sagar.
1 Ki. 6. 20 overlaid it with pure gold ; and (so) cov
6. 21 overlaid the house within with pure gol
7. 49 candlesticks of pure gold, five on the righ
7. 50 and the spoons, and the censers, (of) pur
10. 21 pure gold ; none (were of) silver: it was
2 Ch. 4. 20 after the manner before the oracle, of p
4. 22 and the spoons, and the censers, (of) pur
9. 20 pure gold : none (were of) silver ; it was
11.7*0 refine, try, purify, py tsaraph.
Psa. 1 19. 140 Thy word (is) very pure : therefore thy
Prov 30. 5 Every word of God (is) pure : he (is) a s.
12.Chaste, pure, ayvos hagnos,
Phil. 4. 8 whatsoever things (are) pure, whatsoeve
i Ti. g. 22 neither be partaker, .keep thyself pure
Jas. 3. 17 the wisdom that isfrom above is first pure
i Jo. 3. 3 every man . . purifieth himself . . as he is p
13. Sincere, pure, fi\iKptvr]s eilikrines.
3 Pe. 3. i in (both) which I stir up your pure minds
14. Clean, pure, clear, Ka6ap6s katharos.
Matt. 5. 8 Blessed (are) the pure in heart : for they
Acts 20. 26 that I (am)pure from the blood of all (m. Bom 14. 20 All things indeed (are) pure; but (it is)
1 Ti. i. 5 charity out of a pure heart, and (of) a good
3. 9 Holding the mystery of the faith in a pure
2 Ti. i. 3 whom I serve from (my) forefathers., pure
2. 22 them that call on the Lord out of a pure
Titus i. 15 Unto the pure all things (are) pure : but
i. 15 are deflledand unbelieving (is) nothing p. Heb. 10. 22 and our bodies washed with pure water
Jas. i. 27 Pure religion and undeflled before God
1 Pe. i. 22 love one another with [a pure] heart fer.
Rev. 15. 6 clothed in pure and white linen, and ha.
21. 18 the city (was) pure gold, like unto clear
21. 2t street of the city (was) pure gold, as it w.
22. i showed me a [pure] river of water of life
PURE, PURER, (to be, count, show self)
1. To purify self, show self pure. Tip barar, 7.
2 Sa. 22. 27 thou wiltshow thyself pure;andwith the
Psa. 1 8. 26 thou wilt show thyself pure ;and with the
2. To be (reckoned) pure, ny zakah.
Mic. 6. 1 1 Shall I count (them) pure with the wicked
3. To be pure, }?j zakak.
Job 25. 5 yea, the stars are not pure in his sight Lam. 4. 7 Her Nazarites were purer than snow, th.
4. To be clean, cleansed, ins? taker.
Job 4. 17 shall a man be more pure than his maker?
Prov. 20. 9 I have made my heart clean, I am pure
PURELY, PURENESS
1. Cleanness, purity, 13 bor.
Job 22. 30 is delivered by the pureness of thine ha.
Isa. i. 25 I will turn my hand upon thee, and pur.
I.Clean, pure, cleanness, purity, 11,19 tahor.
Prov. 22. n He that loveth pureness of heart, (for) the
3. Chastity, purity, ayvSrtjs hagnotes.
2 Co. 6. 6 By pureness, by knowledge, by long stiff.
PURGE (away, thoroughly, out), to
1.7*0 clear, purify, chose, 112 barar,
Eze. 20. 38 I wiil purge out from among you the re.
2.7*0 clear, cleanse, 119 barar, 3.
Dan. ii. 35 to try them, and to purge, and to make
3. To cast out, force away, rni duach, 5.
Isa. 4. 4 shall have purged the blood of Jerusalem
4.7*0 refine, pour down, ppr zaqaq, 3.
Mai. 3. 3 purge them as gold and silver, that they
5. 7*o cleanse from error, NKH chata, 3.
Psa. 51. 7 Purge me with hyssop and I shall be clean
6. To cleanse, pronounce clean, ina taker, 3.
2 Ch-34. 3 began to purge Judah and Jerusalem from
34- 8 when he had purged the land, and the h.
tze. 24. 13 because I have purged thee, and thou w.
7. To cover, pacify, 159 kaphar, 3.
Psa. 65. 3 transgressions, thou shalt purge them a.
79. 9 and purge away our sins, for thy name s
fcze. 43. 20 thus shalt thou cleanse and purge it
43. 26 Seven days shall they purge the altar and
8. To refine, try, purify, f]iy tsaraph.
Isa. i. 25 purge away thy dross, and take away all
9. 7*0 cleanse thoroughly, StaKaeapifa diakatharizo.
Matt. 3. 12 he will thoroughly purge his floor, and
Luke 3. 17 he will thoroughly purge his floor and
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10. 7*o cleanse out, tKKa8aipea ekkathairo.
i Co. 5. 7 Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye
a Ti. 2. 21 If a man therefore purge himself from th.
11.7*0 cleanse, make a cleansing, KaOaplfa kathar.
Mark 7. 19 goeth out into the draught, purging all
Heb. 9. 14 purge your conscience from dead works
9. 22 almost all things are by the law purged
12.7*0 cleanse, Ko.Qa.ipw kathaird.
Johnis. 2 every (branch) that beareth fruit he pur. Heb 10. 2 because that the worshippers once[purged]
13.7*0 make a cleansing, iroitai Ka.Qa.pHTp.6v [poieo\.
Heb. i. 3 when he had by himself purged our sins
PURGED, to be
1. To be clean, cleansed, in;? taker.
Eze. 24. 13 wast not purged, thou shalt not be purg.
2. 7*o be covered, pardoned, 159 kaphar, 4.
Provi6. 6 By mercy and truth iniquity is purged
Isa. 6. 7 iniquity is taken away, and thy sin purg.
22. 14 Surely this iniquity shall not be purged
27. 9 therefore shall the iniquity of Jacob be p.
3.7*0 be covered, pardoned, 159 kaphar, 7.
1 Sa. 3. 14 iniquity of Eli s house shall not be purg.
4..-1 purification, cleansing, KaOa.pifffji.6s katJiarism.
2 Pe. j. 9 hath forgotten that he was purged from
PURIFICATION (for sin, things for)
1. Offering for error or sin. nxyri chattath.
NumiQ. 9 of separation : it (is) a purification for sin
19. 17 of the burnt heifer of purification for sin
2. Cleansing, purity, nina tohorah.
2 Ch.3o. 19 according to the purification of the sane.
Neh. 12. 45 ward of the purification, according to the
3. Things emptied out, ointments, C pnp meruqim.
Esth. 2. 12 for so were the days of their purifications
i.Thing rubbed in, ointment, pncn tamruq.
Esth. 2. 3 let their things for purification be given
2. 9 speedily gave her her things for purifica.
5. Purification, ayviapos hagnismos.
Acts 21. 26 accomplishment of the days of puriflcati.
Q.A cleansing, KaOapur/Aos katharismos.
Luke 2. 22 when the dayspf her purification accord.
PURIFIED, to be
1. 7*o clear or purify self, Tip barar, 7.
Dan. 12. 10 Many shall be purified, and made white
1. To be refined, ppj zaqaq, 4.
Psa. 12. 6 silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified
3. 7*o show self clean, become cleansed, tron chata, 7.
Num. 8. 21 Levites were purified, and they washed
31. 23 it shall be purified with the water of sep.
4.7*0 cleanse self, show self cleansed, ina taker, 7.
Ezra 6. 20 the priests and Levites were purified tog.
.7*0 separate self, skow selfseparate, w-qadesh,7.
2 Sa. ii. 4 for she was purified from her uncleanne.
PURIFIER
To cleanse, pronounce clean, ina taker, 3.
Mai. 3. 3 he shall sit (as) a refiner and purifier of s.
PURIFY (self), to
1.7*0 show self clean, cleanse self, KB? chata, 7.
Numig. 12 He shall purify himself with itonthe th.
19. 12 but if he purify not himself the third day
19. 13 Whosoever, .purifieth not himself, defile
19. 20 But the man that, .shall not purify him.
31. 19 purify (both) yourselves and your captiv!
31. 20 purify all (your) raiment, and all that is
Job 41. 25 by reason of breakings they purify them.
2.7*0 cleanse from error or sin, NDFI chata, 3.
Lev. 8. 15 purified the altar, and poured the blood
Nuin 19. 19 on the seventh day he shall purify hims.
3. 7*o cleanse, pronounce clean, ina taker, 3.
Neh. 12. 30 priests and the Levites . .purified thepeo
Eze. 43 . 26 Seven days shall they, .purify it; andth.
Mai. 3 . 3 he shall purify the sons of Levi, and pur.
4. 7*o cleanse self, show self clean, inn taker, 7.
Neh. 12. 30 purified themselves, .and the gates, and
Isa. 66. 17 purify themselves in the gardens behind
). To cleanse, make clean, ayvlfa hagnizo.
Johnn. 55 went out of the country, .to purify them
Acts 21. 24 purify thyself with them, and be at cha.
21. 26 the next day purifying himself with them
24. 18 found me purified in the temple, neither
Jas. 4. 8 and purify (your) hearts, (ye) double mi.
i Pet. i. 22 Seeing ye have purified your souls in ob.
i Jo. 3. 3 that hath this hope in him purifieth him.
. 7V> make clean, KaOapifa katharizo.
Acts 15. 9 put no difference, .purifying their hearts
THUS 2. 14 purify unto himself apeculiarpeople,zea.
Heb. 9. 23 patterns .. should be purified with these
PURIFYING, PURITY
.Offering for error or sin, rtNBn chatiath.
Num. 8. 7 Sprinkle water of purifying upon them
.Cleanness, cleansing, inb tohar.
Lev. 12. 4 until the daysof her purifying be fulfilled
12. 6 when the days of her purifying are fulfil.
.Cleansing, purity, niia tohorah.
Lev. 12. 4, 5 continue in the blood of herpurifying
i Ch.23. 28 in the purifying of all holy things, and
4. Thing rubbed in, ointment, p Tpn tamruq.
Esth. 2. 12 with (other) things for the purifying of
^.Chastity, purity, ayvtia. hagneia.
1 Ti. 4. 12 be thou an example, .in faith, in purity
5. 2 the younger as sisters, with all purity
Q.A cleansing, Ka.9apiafj.us katharismos.
John 2. 6 after the manner of the purifying of the
3. 25 Then there arose a question, .about pur.
7. Cleanness, puriti/, Ka6apor-r)s katharotes.
Heb. 9. 13 sauctineth to the purifying of the flesh
PURLOIN, to
To purloin, secrete, voff<bl^ofj.ai nosphizomai.
Titus 2. 10 Not purloining, but showing all good fl.
PURPLE--
I. Purple, jirm argevan.
2 Ch. 2. 7 work in gold, .and in purple, and crimson
I.Purple, red, jSr)K argaman.
Exod2 5. 4 blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine 11.
26. i, 31 curtainsfofjfine twined linen, .andpu.
26. 36 purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen
27. 16 hanging of twenty cubits, (of) blue, and p.
28. 5 they shall take gold, and blue, and purple
28. 6 make the ephod (of)gold. .purple, (of)sc.
28. 8 purple, and scarlet, and flue twined linen
28. 15 purple, and (of) scarlet, and (of) fine tw
28. 33 make pomegranates (of) blue, and (of) p.
35. 6 blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine Ii.
35- 25 f purple, (and) of scarlet, and of fine Ii.
35. 35 in blue, and in purple, in scarlet, and in
36. 8 fine twined linen, and blue, and purple
36. 35 made a veil (of) blue, and purple, and sc
36. 37 made an hanging, .(of) blue, and purple
38. 1 8 needlework, (of) blue, and purple, and s.
38. 23 embroiderer in blue, and in purple, and
39. i of the blue, and purple, and scarlet, they
39- 2> 5 8 gold, blue, and purple, and scarlet
39. 3 to work (it) in the blue, and in the purple
39. 24 blue, and purple, and scarlet, (and) twi
39. 29 blue, and purple, and scarlet, (of) needl. Num. 4. 13 altar, and spread a purple cloth thereon
Judg. 8. 26 purple raiment that (was) on the kings of
2 Ch. 2. 14 skilful to work in gold . . in purple, in blue
3. 14 made the veil (of) blue, and purple, and
Esth. i. 6 fastened with cords of fine linen and pu
8. 15 with a garment of fine linen and purple
Prov 31. 22 tapestry ; her clothing (is) silk and purp
Song 3. 10 He made, .the covering of it (of) purple
7. 5 hair of thine head like purple : the king
Jer. 10. 9 blue and purple (is) their clothing : they
Eze. 27. 7 blue and purple from the isles of Elishah
27. 16 occupied in thy fairs with emeralds, pur.
3. Purple garment, irop<pvpa porphura.
Mark 1 5. 17 clothed him with purple, and platted a
15. 20 took off the purple from him, and put his
Lukei6.i9 rich man, which was clothed in purple, and
Rev. 17. 4 woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet
18. 12 The merchandise of gold, .and purple, and
LPurple, ofa, purple colour, irop<pvpfos, iropfivpovt. John 19. 2 on his head, and they put on him a purp.
19. 5 came Jesus forth, wearing, .the purple
Rev. 18. 16 that was clothed in fine line linen, and p.
PURPLE, seller of
A seller ofpurple, irop(pvp6ircij\is Jiorphuropulis.
Acts 16. 14 woman named Lydia, a seller of purple
PURPOSE
I. A word, thing, 131 dabar.
Neh 8. 4 which they had made for the purpose; and
2. Device, thought, nsi zimmah.
Job 17. ii My days are past, my purposes are broken
B. Delight, pleasure, desire, fgn ckepkets.
Eccl. 3. i a time to every purpose under the heaven
3. 17 a time there for every purpose ami for e.
8. 6 Because to every purpose there is time and
4. Thought, device, rq&ns, n^yqa machashabah.
Prov 15. 22 Without counsel purposes are disappoin.
20. 18 (Every) purpose is established by counsel
Jer. 49. 20 purposes that he hath purposed against
49. 30 and hath conceived a purpose against you
50. 45 purposes, that he hath purposed against
51. 29 every purpose of the LORD shall be pert
5. Deed, act, work, r\yy_ maaseh,
Job 33. 17 he may withdraw man (from his) purpose
6. Counsel, nyy etsah.
Ezra 4. 5 frustrate their purpose, all the days of C.
Isa. 14. 26 This (is) the purpose that is purposed
7. Wish, will, desire, 3$ tsebn.
Dan. 6. 17 purpose might not be changed concern.
8. Foundation, prince, ny shath.
Isa. 19. 10 they shall be broken in the purposes the.
9. Purpose, intention, 0ov\rjna boulema.
Acts 27. 43 kept them from (their) purpose ; and co.
10.^4 setting before, purpose, irpo0<m prothesis.
Acts ii. 23 that with purpose of heart they would c.
27. 13 they had obtained Rom. (their) purpose, loosing 8. 28 who are the called according to (his) pur
9. ii that the purpose of God according to ele
Eph. i. ii being predestinated according to the pur.
3. ii According to the sternal purpose which
2Ti. i. 9 but according to his own purpose and gr
3.10 hast fully known my . . purpose, faith, long
PURPOSE 786 PUT
PURPOSE, to
1. To say, T?K amar.
1 Ki e. 5 I purpose to build an house unto the na.
2 Ch.a!. 10 now ye purpose to keep under the child.
2.7*0 devise, think, D?i zamam.
Psa 17 3 I am purposed (that) my mouth shall not
Jer. 4. 28 I have purposed (it), and will not repent
3. To think, reckon, 35*n chashab.
I sa 140 4 who have purposed to overthrow my go.
Jer 26 3 repent me of the evil which I purpose to
36. 3 will hear all the evil which I purpose to
49. 20 that he hath purposed against the inha)>.
50. 45 that he hath purposed against the land of
Lam. 2. 3 LORD hath purposed to destroy the wall
4.7*0 counsel, fu; yaa^s.
Isa 14 24 and as I have purposed, (so) shall it stand
14. 26 This (is) the purpose that is purposed
14. 27 For the LuRl) o( hosts hath purposed, and
19. 12 know what the LohD of hosts hath purp.
23. 9 LORD of hosts hath purposed it, to stain
5. To form, frame, T. yatsar.
Isa. 46. ii will also bring it to pass; I have purposed
6. To set, place, DV, c r sum, sim.
Dan. i. 8 purposed in his heart that he would not
7. His face was, v;$ [panim],
2 Cli. 32 2 he was purposed to fight against Jerusa.
8. To counsel, deliberate, &ov\tvon<u bouleuomai.
2 Co. i 17 the things that I purpose, do I purpose
9. A resolution was made.tyfvtro yvdifti} [ffinomai].
Acts 20. 3 he purposed to return through Macedo.
10.7*0 do, make, iroitoi poieo.
Eph. 3. ii which he purposed in Christ Jesus our L.
II. To take beforehand, determine, Trpoa.iptofj.ai.
3 Co. 9. 7 Every man according as he purposeth in
12. To put or place before, propose, irpoT 07)/xi prot.
Rom. i. 13 that oftentimes I purposed to come unto
Eph. i. 9 good pleasure which he hath purposed in
13. To put, place, riflijA" tithemi.
Acts 19. 21 Paul purposed in the spirit, when he had p.
PURPOSE, of ; to no
1. Empty, vain, to no purpose, p"! riq.
Isa. 30. 7 the Egyptians shall help, .to no purpose
2. To give spoil, VS? shalal.
Ruth 2. 16 let fall also (some) of the handfulsof pur.
PURSE
l.Cvp, bag, purse, D ? kis.
Prov. 1. 14 Cast in thy lot. .let us all have one purse
2.A bag, purse, &a\avriov balantion.
Lukeio. 4 Carry neither purse, nor scrip, nor shoes
22. 33 When I sent you without purse, and scrip
22. 36 he that hath a purse, let him take (it), and
3. A girdle, purse, a>i>w zone.
Mattio. 9 Provideneithergold..norbrassinyourp.
Mark 6. 8 no scrip, no bread, no money in (their) p
PURSUE (hard or hotly), to
I. After, -inx achar.
1 Ki.z?. 33 that they turned back from pursuing him
2 Ch.iS. 32 they turned back again from pursuing him
2. To (cause to) cleave to, P3? dabaq, 5.
Judg2o. 45 pursued hard after them unto Gidom, and
3. To burn, pursue hotly, p
1
?- dalaq.
Gen. 31. 36 what(is)my sin that thou hastso hotly p.
Lam. 4. 19 they pursued us upon the mountains, they
4. To go after, "inx Tft; yalak acharc.
Jer. 48. 2 O Madmen : the sword shall pursue thee
5.Going aside (?) is to [him], S rfr sig k.
i Ki.iS. 27 either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or
6 To pursue, *\TI, radaph.
Gen. 14. 14 armed his trained (servants), .and pursued
14. 15 pursued them unto Hobah, which (is) on
31.23 pursued after him seven days journey ; and
35. 5 they did not pursue after the sons of Jac.
Exodi4. 8 and he pursued after the children of Isr.
14. 9 Egyptians pursued after them, all the h.
14. 23 Egyptians pursued, and went in after th.
15. 9 enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake
Lev 26. 17 and ye shall flee when none pursueth you
26. 36 and they shall fall when none pursueth
26. 37 And they shall fall, .when none pursueth
Deut ii. 4 to overflow them, as they pursued after
iq. 6 Lest the avenger of the blood pursue the
28. 22 and they shall pursue thee until thou p.
28. 45 shall come upon thee, and shall pursue
Josh. 2. 5 pursue after them quickly ; for ye shall
2. 7 men pursued after them the way to Jor.
2. 7 as soon as they which pursued after them
8. 16 to pursue after them : and they pursued
8. 17 left the city open, and pursued after Israel
10. 19 pursue after your enemies, and smite the
20. 5 if the avenger of blood pursue after him
24. 6 pursued after your fathers with chariots
Judg. i. 6 they pursued after him, and caught him
4. 1 6 Barak pursued after the chariots, and af.
4. 22 as Barak pursued Sisera, Jaelcame out to
7. 23 men cf Israel, .pursued after the Midian.
7. 25 pursued Midian, and brought the heads
8. 4 passed over, .faint, yet pursuing (them)
8. 5 I am pursuing after Zebah and Zalmunna
Judg. 8. 12 pursued after them, and took the two k.
1 Sa. 7. ii pursued the Philistines, and smote them
17-52 pursued the Philistines, until thou come
23 25 pursued after David in the wilderness of
23. 28 Wherefore Saul returned from pursuing
24. 14 after whom dost thou pursue? afteradead
25. 29 Vet a man is risen to pursue thee, and to
26. 1 8 Wherefore doth my lord thus pursue after
30. 8 Shall I pursue . .he answered nim, Pursue
30. 10 David pursued, he and four hundred men
2 Sa. 2. 19 Asahel pursued after Abner ; and in going
2. 24 Joab also and Abishai pursued after Abner
2. 28 pursued after Israel no more, neither fo.
17. i I will arise and pursue after David this n.
18. 16 people returned from pursuing after Isr.
20. (. pursue after him, lest he get him fenced c.
20. 7 went out of Jerusalem, to pursue after S.
20. 10 Joab and Abishai his brother pursued af.
20. 13 all the people went on after Joab, to pur.
22. 38 I have pursued mine enemies, and destr.
24. 1 3 wilt thou flee . . while they pursue thee ? or
1 Ki.2o. 20 the Syrians fled, and Israel pursued them
2 Ki.25. 5 army of the Chaldees pursued after the k.
2 Ch.i3- 19 Abijah pursued after Jeroboam, and took
14. 13 people that (were) with him pursued them
Job 13. 25 and wilt thou pursue the dry stubble?
30. 15 Terrors are turned upon me : they pursue
Psa. 1 8. 37 I have pursued mine enemies, and over.
34. 14 Depart from evil. . seek peace, and pursue
Prov 28. i The wicked flee when no man pursueth
Isa. 30. 16 therefore shall they that pursue you be
41. 3 pursued them, (and) passed safely; (even^
Jer. 39. 5 Chaldeans army pursued after them, and
52. 8 army of the Chaldeans pursued after the
Eze. 35. 6 blood shall pursue . . even blood shall pur.
Hos. 8. 3 Israel hath cast off .. enemy shall pursue
Amos i. ii because he did pursue his brother with the
7. To pursue, nyi radaph, 3.
Prov ii. 19 so he that pursueth evil (pursueth it) to
13. 21 Evil pursueth sinners . but to the righte.
19. 7 pursueth (them with) words, (yet) they
Nah. i. 8 and darkness shall pursue his enemies
PURSUER
To pursue, r
\T> radaph.
Josh. 2. 1 6 Get you to the mountain, lest the pursu.
2. 1 6 hide yourselves, .until the pursuers here.
2. 22 pursuers were returned: and the pursuer
8. 20 people, .turned back upon the pursuers
Lam. i. 6 gone without strength before the pursuer
PURTENANCE
Inwards, heart, yy> qereb.
Exodi2. 9 with his legs, and with the purtenanceth.
PUSH (away, do^n, used or -wont to), to
1. To gore, push, ruj nagach.
Exod2i. 32 If the ox shall push a man servant or
2. To gore, push, rnj nagach, 3.
Deut 33. 17 with them he shall push the people toge.
1 Ki.22. ii With these shall thou push the Syrians
2 Ch.iS. 10 With these thou shall push Syria until
Psa. 44. 5 Through thee will we push down our en.
Eze. 34. 21 pushed all the diseased with your horns
Dan. 8. 4 I saw the ram pushing westward, and no.
3. To push self on or forward, mj nagach, 7.
Dan. ii. 40 shall the king of the south push at him
I. One accustomed to push, naj naggach.
Exod2i. 29 if the ox were wont to push with ; 21.36.
5. To send forth or out, rtty shalach, 3.
Job 30. 12 they push away my feet, and they raise
PUT. See PHUT.
PUT, to
1. To cause to go or come in, Ria 60, 5.
Exodaj 14 thou shalt put the staves into the rings by
26. ii put the laches into the loops.and couple th.
37. 5 put the staves into the rings by the sides
38. 7 pul Ihe slaves into the rings on the sides
Neh. 3. 5 nobles put not their necks to the work of
2.7*0 put, guide, nirr hadah.
Isa. ii. 8 shall put his hand on the cockatrice den
5. To put, set, place, C p, Oto, sum, sim.
Mic. 2. 12 will put them together as the sheep of B.
4. 7Y> bind up, o^n chabash.
I-AIM! j.j. 9 put the bonnets on them : and the priest s
Lev. 8.13 girded them . . and put bonnets upon them
5.7*0 rest, set down, n*: nuach, 5.
Gen. 2. 15 put him into the garden of Eden to dress
Lev. 24. 12 put him in ward, that the mind of the L.
Nnm 15. 34 put him in ward, because it was not dec.
i Ki. 8. 9 tables of stone, which Moses put there at
a Ki. 17. 29 put (them) in the houses of Ihe high pla.
6. To add, f\y yasaph.
Lev. 22. 14 then he shall put the fifth (part) thereof
7- 7*o cause to go out, 3s; yatsag, 5.
Judg. 6. 37 will put a fleece of wool in the floor; (and)
8. 27 made an ephod thereof, and put it in his
8. 7*o (cause to) clothe or put on, c*3^> labesh, 5.
Gen. 27. 15 and put them upon Jacob heryoungerson
27. 16 put the skins of the kids of the goats upon
Exod28. 41 thou shalt put them upon Aaron thy bro.
29. 5 put upon Aaron the coat, and the robe of
40. 13 thou shalt put upon Aaron the holy gar.
Nurn 20. 26, 28 and put them upon Eleazar his son
Q.A sending forth, rbyQ mithlach.
Deut 12. 7 rejoice in all that ye put your hand unto
12. 1 8 in all that thou puttest thine hands unto
15! 10 in all that thou puttest thine hand unto
10.7*0 lead, put in, nijj nachah, 5.
2 Ki. 18. ii put them in Halah and in Habor (by) the
11. 7*0 cause to reach, attain, W) nasag, 5.
i Sa. 14. 26 but no man pul his hand to his mouth: for
12.7*0 give, inj nathan.
Gen. 38. 28 that (Ihe one)putout (his) hand : and the
39. 4 and all (that) he had he put into his hand
39. 20 took him, and put him into Ihe prison a
40. 3 pul them in ward in the house of the ca.
41. 10 put me in ward in the caplain of the gu.
41. 42 put it upon Joseph s hand, and arrayed
Exod. 5. 21 to pul a sword in Iheir hand lo slay us
16. 33 Take a pol, and pul an omer full of man.
25. 12 pul (them) in . .four corners thereof ; and
25. 1 6 thou shalt put into the ark the lestimony
25. 26 put Ihe rings in Ihe fourcorners that (are)
25. 21 thou shalt put the mercy seat above upon
25. 21 in the ark thou shalt put the teslimony
26. 34 thou shalt put Ihe mercy seal upon Ihe a.
26. 35 Ihou shall pul Ihe table on the north side
27. 5 thou shalt put it under Ihe compass of the
28. 23 shalt put the two rings on the two ends of
38. 24 shalt pul Ihe Iwo wrealhen (chains) of g.
28. 25 put (them) on the shoulder pieces of Ihe
28. 27 shall pul Ihem on the two sides of the e.
28. 30 thou shalt put in the breastplate of jud.
29. 3 shalt put them into one basket, and bring
29. 6 and put the holy crown upon the mitre
29. 12 pul (it) upon the horns of the altar with
29. 17 put (them) unto his pieces, and unto his
29. 20 put (it) upon the tip of the right ear of A.
30. 6 thou shalt put it before the veil thai (is)
30. 1 8 thou shalt put it. .and thou shalt put wa.
30. 33 whosoever putlelh (any) of il upon a sir.
30. 36 put of it before Ihe leslimony in Ihe tab.
31. 6 in the hearts. .1 have put wisdom, thai
34- 33 (till) Moses had done speaking, .he pul a
35. 34 he halh pul in his heart that he may te.
36. i in whom the LORD pul wisdom and uud.
36. 2 in whose heart Ihe LORD had put wisdom
37- 13 Put Ihe rings upon Ihe four corners that
39. 1 6 pul the two rings in the two ends of Ihe
39. 17 Ihey put the two wreathen chains of gold
39. 18 pul them on the shoulder pieces of the e.
39. 20 put them on the two sides of the ephod
39. 25 put the bells between the pomegranates
40. 7 set the laver. .and shalt pul water therein
40. 1 8 put in the bars thereof, and reared up his
40. 20 put the leslimony. .and pul the mercy s.
40. 22 put the table in the tenlof Ihe congrega.
40. 30 sel Ihe laver.. and pul waler Ihere, to w.
Lev. i. 7 pul fire upon Ihe allar, and lay Ihe wood
2. i shall pour oil upon it, and pul frankince.
2. 15 Ihou shall put oil upon it, and lay frank.
4. 7 priesl shall pul (some) of Ihe blood upon
4. 18 he shall pul (some) of Ihe blood upon the
4- 25, 30, 34 put (it) upon the horns of the altar
5. ii neither shall he put (any)frankincenseth.
8. 7 put upon him the coat . . and put the ephod
8. 8 also he put in the breastplate the Urim
8. 15 pul (il) upon Ihe horns of Ihe altar round
8. 23 put (it) upon the tip of Aaron s right ear
8. 24 pul of Ihe blood upon the tip of their rig.
8. 27 put all upon Aaron s hands, and upon his
9. 9 and put (it) upon the horns of the altar
10. i put fire therein, and . . offered strange fire
14. 17, 25 put. .upon the tip of the righl ear of
14. 14 priesl shall pul (il) upon Ihe lip of the
14. 28 put of the oil that (is) in his hand upon
14. 29 he shall put upon the head of him that is
14. 34 pul the plague of leprosy in a house of the
16. 13 he shall put the incense upon Ihe fire be.
16. 18 pul (il) upon Ihe horns of Ihe altar round
16. 21 putting them upon the head of the goat
19. 14 not curse the deaf, nor put a slumbling
24. 7 shall pul pure frankincense upon (each)
Num. 4. 6 shall pul Ihereon Ihe covering of badgers
4. 7 put thereon the dishes andthespopus.and
4. 10 they shall put it. .and shall put (it) upon
4. 12 put (theni)in a clolh.. and shall pul (Ihe.)
5. 15 shall pour no oil upon it, nor put franki.
5 . 17 priest shall take, and put (it) into the w.
5. 18 put Ihe offering of memorial in her hands
6. 1 8 pul (it) in Ihe fire which (is) under Ihe s.
6. 19 pul (Ihem) upon Ihe hands of Ihe Nazar.
11. 29 Ihe LORD would put his spirit upon them!
15. 38 put upon the fringe of the borders a rib.
1 6. 7 pul fire therein . . it shall be (that) Ihe m.
16. 17 pul incense in Ihem, and bring ye before
16. 18 pul flreinlhem.and laid incense thereon
16. 46 Take a censer, and put fire Iherein from
1 6. 47 put on incense, and ma:le an atonement
19. 17 running water shall be put thereto in a
27. 20 thou shalt put (some)of thine honourup.
Deut. 2. 25 This day will I begin to put the dread of
ii. 29 shalt put the blessing upon mount Gerizim
18. 18 will put my words in his mouth; and he
23. 24 but Ihou shall nol put (any) in thy vessel
28. 48 shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck
30. 7 will put all these curses upon thine enem.
Josh. 6. 24 pul inlo Ihe treasury of the house of the
17. 13 that they put the Canaan ites to tribute
Judg. 7. 16 put a trumpet in every man s hand, with
1 Sa. 17. 38 put an helmet of brass upon his head ; a.
2 Sa. 20. 3 put them in ward, and fed them, but w.
i Ki. a. 5 put the blood of war upon his girdle that
PUT 787 PUT
1 Ki. 2. 35 king put Benaiah the son of Jehoiada in
2. 35 did the king put in the room of Abiathar
5. 3 LORD put them under the soles of his feet
7. 39 put five bases on the right side of the ho.
7. 51 did he put among the treasures of the h.
10. 17 king put them in the house of the forest
10. 24 hear his wisdom, which God had put in
12. 4 heavy yoke which he put upon us, lighter
12. 9 Make the yoke which thy father did put
12. 29 set the one in Beth-el, and the other put
22. 23 LORD hath put alying spirit in the mouth
2 Ki.i6. 14 and put it on the north side of the altar
16. 17 and put it upon a pavement of stones
18. 14 that which thou pattestonm will I bear
23- 33 Pharaoh-nechoh put him in bands at Kibl.
2 Ch. 3! 16 put (them) on the heads, .and put (them)
4. 6 put five on the right hand, and live on the
5. i all the instruments, put he among the t.
5. 10 two tables which Moses put (therein) at
9. 16 king put them in the house of the forest
9. 23 hear his wisdom, that God had put in his
10. 4 ease . . his heavy yoke that he put upon us
10. 9 Ease, .the yoke that thy father did put
11. ii putcaptainsin them, and store of victual
16. 10 put him in a prison house ; for (he was)
17. 19 besides (those) whom the king put in the
18. 22 hath put a lying spirit in the mouth of
22. ii put him and his nurse in a bed chamber
23. ii put upon him the crown, and (gave him)
34. 10 put (it) in the hand of the workmen that
35. 3 Put the holy ark in the house which Sol.
36. 7 and put them in his temple at Babylon
Ezra i. 7 and had put them imthe house of his gods
7. 27 which hath put (such a thing) as this in
Neh. 2. 12 what my God had put in my heart to do
7. 5 God put into mine heart to gather toget.
Psa. 4. 7 Thou hast put gladness in my heart, more
15. 5 putteth not out his money to usury, nor
40. 3 he hath put a new song in my mouth, (e.)
78. 66 smote his enemies, .he put them to a pe.
Prov. 8. i Doth not. .understanding put forth her
Isa. 42. i I have put my spirit upon him ; he shall
Jer. i. 9 Then the LORD put forth his hand, and t.
i. 9 Behold, I have put my words in thy mo.
20. 2 put him in the stocks that (were) in the
27. 2 Make thee bonds and yokes, and put them
27. 8 that will not put their neck under the yo.
28. 14 I have put a yoke of iron upon the neck
29. 26 shouldest put him in prison, and in the s.
31. 33 I will put my law in their inward parts
32. 14 put them in an earthen vessel, that they
32. 40 but I will put my fear in their hearts, that
37. 4 among the people ; for they had not put
37- 15 put him in prison in the house of Jonath.
37. 18 What have I offetded. .that ye have put
38. 7 heard that they had put Jeremiah in the
52. 1 1 Then he put out the eyes of Zedekiah ; and
Lam 3 29 putteth his mouth in the dust, if so beth.
Eze. 3. 25 they shall put bandsupon thee, and shall
4. 9 put them in one vessel, and make thee br.
10. 7 put (it) into the hands of (him that was)
11. 19 will put a new spirit within you ; and I
14. 3 put the stumbling block of their iniquity
16. n I put bracelets upon thy hands, andach.
16. 12 I put a jewel on thy forehead, and ear r.
19. 9 they put him in ward in chains, and brou.
23. 42 which put bracelets upon their hands, and
39. 4 will put hooks in thy jaws, and I will ca.
30. 13 and I will put a fear in the land of Egypt
}o. 24 put my sword in his hand : but I will br.
30. 25 put my sword into the hand of the king
36. 26 new spirit will I put within you ; and I
36. 27 will put my spirit within you, and cause
37. 6 put breath in you, and ye shall live ; and
37. 14 shall put my spirit in you, and ye shall
37. 19 will put them with him, (even) with the
38. 4 put hooks into thy jaws, and I will bring
43. 20 put (it) on the four horns of it, and on the
45. 19 put (it) upon the posts of the house, and
Mic. 3. 5 and he that putteth not into their mouths
13. To turn aside, ~nc sur, 5.
Gen. 38. 14 she put her widow s garments off from her
Deut2t. 13 she shall put the raiment of her captivity
i Sa. 17. 39 proved (them). And David put them off
14.TO sustain, support, "5? samak.
Exod29- 10, 15, 19 shall put their hands upon the h.
Lev. i . 4 he shall put his hand upon the head of the
Num. 8. 10 children of Israel shall put their hands up.
15. To add, nsiy saphah.
Jer. 7. 21 Put your burnt offerings unto your sacri.
16. To add, njlj saphach.
1 Sa. 2 36 Put me, I pray thee, into one of the pri.
17. To add, nsp saphach, 3.
Hab. 2. 15 Woe untohim. .that puttestthy bottle to
18. To cause to go up, rfyy alah, 5.
Josh. 7. 6 fell to the earth, .and put dust upon their
19. To lay on, load, CQj amas, 5.
2 Ch.io. ii For whereas my father put a heavy yoke
20. To do, make, njpj; asah.
1 Sa. ?.. 16 he will take, .your asses, and put (them)
21. 7 cause to ride, ari rakab, 5.
2 Ki.i3. 16 Put thine hand upon the bow. And he put
22. To set, put, place, o"y, Dib sum, sim.
Gen. 2. 8 there he put the man whom he had formed
21. 14 putting (it) on her shoulder, and the child
Gen 24. 2 Put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thigh
24. 9 servant put his hand under the thigh of A .
24. 47 put the ear ring upon her face, and the b.
28. ii put (them for) his pillows, and lay down
28. 1 8 took the stone that he had put (for) his p.
30. 42 when the cattle were feeble, he put(them)
31. 34 put them in the camel s furniture, and sat
32. 16 and put a space betwixt drove and drove
33. 2 put the handmaids and their children fo.
37. 34 put sackcloth upon his loins, and mourned
40. 15 that they should put me into the dungeon
41. 42 fine linen, and put a gold chain about his
43. 22 we cannot tell who put our money in our
44. i put every man s money in his sack s mo.
44. 2 put my cup, t in- silver cup, in the sack s
47. 29 put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thi.
48. is Not so . . put thy right hand upon his head
Exod. 2. 3 put the child therein ; and she laid (it) in
3. 22 ye shall put (them) upon your sons, and
4. 15 thou shalt speak unto him, and put words
4. 21 those wonders, .which I have put in thine
8. 23 I will put a division between my people
15. 26 I will put none of these diseases upon thee
17. 12 took a stone, and put (it) under him, and
24. 6 put(it) in basins ; and half of the blood he
12 thou shalt put the two stones upon the s.
26 thou shalt put them upon the two ends of
37 thou shalt put it on a blue lace, that it may
6 and put the holy crown upon the mitre
24 thou shalt put all in the hands of Aaron
27 Put every man his sword by his side, (and)
22 that I will put thee in a clift of the rock
7 he put them on the shoulders of theephod
19 put (them) on the two ends of the breast.
3 thou shalt put therein the ark of the tes.
5 put the hanging of the door to the taber.
19 put the covering of the tent above upon
24 put the candlestick in the tent of the co.
26 put the golden altar in the tent of the co.
29 put the altar of burnt offering (by) the
11 he shall put no oil upon it, neither shall
10 his linen breeches shall he put upon his
8 And he put the breastplate upon him : also
9 put the mitre upon his head ; also upon
9 did he put the golden plate, the holy
26 and put (them) on the fat, and upon
20 put the fat upon the breasts, and he burnt
1 put incense thereon, and offered strange
6, 8 and shall put in the staves thereof
27 shall put my name upon the children of
17 will put (it) upon them ; and they shall
7 put incense in them before the LORD to.
9 made a serpent of brass, and put it upon
38 the word that God putteth in my mouth
5 the LORD put a word in Balaam s mouth
12 speak that which the LORD hath put in
16 put aword in his mouth, and said, Goag.
21 Strong is thy dwelling place, and thoupu.
15 will put none of the evil diseases of Egypt
2 I will write, .and thou shalt put them in
5 put the tables in the ark which I had m.
5 shall choose out of all your tribes to put
21 place which the LORD., hath chosen toput
2 shalt put (it) in a basket, and shalt go unto
15 man that maketh. .and putteth (it) in (a)
19 put it in their mouths, that this songmay
26 Take this book of the law, and put it in
10 they shall put incense before thee, and
11 they have put (it) even among their own
24 put your feet. .And they . .put their feet
7 he put darkness between you and the E.
28 that they put the Canaanites to tribute
19 flesh he put in a basket, and he put the
49 put (them) to the hold, and set the hold
3 I put my life in my hands, and passed o.
4 put a fire brand in the midst between
3 put (them) upon his shoulders, and carr.
21 put the little ones and the cattle and the
3 put thy raiment upon thee, and get thee
8 put the jewels of gold, which ye return
15 wherein the jewelsof gold (were), and put
ii Saul put the people in three companies
40 put them in a shepherd s bag which he
54 brought it to Jerusalem : but he put his
5 For he did put his life in his hand, and s.
13 puta pillow of goat s (hair) for his bolster
6 to put hot bread in the day when it was
21 have put my life in my hand, and have h.
10 they put his armour in the house of Ash.
6 Then David put garrisons in Syria of Da.
14 heputgarrisonsinEdom. .alltheyofEdom
14 throughout all Edom put he garrisons :and
31 put (them) under saws, and under harr.
3 So Joab put the words in her mouth
19 put all these words in the mouth of thine
3 to put my name there for ever ; and mine
36 city which I have chosen me to put my
21 city which the LORD did choose, .to put
23, 23 and lay (it) on wood, and put no fire
25 call on the name of your gods, but put no
IB. 42 and put his face between his knees
20. 6 shall put (it) in their hand, and take (it)
20. 24 Take the kings away, .and put captains
20. 31 let us, I pray thee, put sackcloth on our
21. 27 put sackcloth upon his flesh, and fasted
22. 27 Put this (fellow)in the prison,and feed him
Ki. 2. 20 Bring me a new cruse, and put salt ther.
4. 34 put his mouth upon his mouth, and his
9. 13 put (it) under him on the top of the stairs
10. 7 put their heads in baskets, and sent him
13. 16 and he put his hand (upon it): and Elisha
19. 28 therefore I will put my hook in thy nose
28.
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6.
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Deut. 7 .
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Judg. i.
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Ruth 3.
1 Sa. 6.
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ii.
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18.
1 8.
2 Ki vi. 4 the LORD said, In Jerusalem will I put my
21. 7 In this house, .will I put my name for e.
1 Ch.io. 10 they put his armour in the house of their
18. 6 Then David put (garrisons) in Syria-dam.
18. 13 put garrisons in Kdnin ; and all the Edo.
2 Ch. i. 5 he put before the tabernacle of the LORD
6. ii in it have I put the ark, wherein (is) the
6. 20 said that thou wouldest put thy nameth.
12. 13 LORD had chosen, .to put his name there
18. 26 Put this (fellow) in the prison, and feed
33. 7 and in Jerusalem . . will I put my name for
33. 14 and put captains of war in all the fenced
Job 13. 14 take my flesh in my teeth, and put my 1.
13. 27 Thou puttest my feet also in the stocks
23. 6 No ; but he would put (strength) in me
33. ii He putteth my feet in the stocks, he ma.
41. 2 Canst thou put an hook into his nose? or
Psa. 56. 8 put thou my tears into thy bottle : (are t.)
Prov 23. 2 put a knife to thy throat, if thou (be) a
Isa. 5. 20 that put darkness for light, .that put bit.
37. 29 therefore will I put my hook in thy nose
51. 6 have put my words in thy mouth, and h.
51. 23 I will put it into the hand of them that
59. 21 my words which I have put in thy mouth
63. ii where (is) he that put his holy spirit wit.
Jer. 13. i put it upon thy loins, and put it not in
13. 2 So I got a girdle, .and put (it) on my loins
38. 12 Put now (these) old castcloutsand rotten
40. 10 put (them) in your vessels, and dwell in
Eze. 14. 4, 7 putteth the stumbling block of his in.
16. 14 comeliness, which I had put upon thee
24. 17 put on thy shoes upon thy feet, and cover
30. 21 to put a roller to bind it, to make it strong
Mic. 2. 12 I will put them together as the sheep of
23. To cause to turn back, 3 c* shub, 5.
i Sa. 14. 27 put his hand to his mouth ; and his eye*
24. To set, put, place, r\"v shilh.
Gen. 3. 15 will put enmity between thee and the w.
30. 40 he put his own flocks by themselves
30. 40 and put them not unto Laban s cattle
46. 4 Joseph shall put his hand upon thine eyes
Exod23- i put not thine hand with the wicked to be
Job 38. 36 Who hath put wisdom in the inward pa.T
Psa. 8. 6 thou hast put all (things) under his feet
9. 20 Put them in fear, O LORD ; (that) the na.
73. 28 I have put my trust in the Lord GOD, that
Jer. 3. 19 How shall I put thee among the children
25. To send forth, rhy shalach.
Exod22. 8 whether he have put his hand unto his n.
22. ii hath not put his hand unto his neighbo.
Judg. 5. 26 She put her hand to the nail, and her rt
i Sa. 17. 49 David put his hand in his bag, and took
1 Ch.i3. 10 because he put his hand to the ark : and
Eze. 8. 1 7 and, lo, they put the branch to their nose
26.To send forth, n^y shelach.
Ezra 6. 12 people that shall put to their hand to al
27. To cast, throw, put, &d\\ia ballo.
Matt. 9. 17 Neither do men put new wine into old b.
9. 17 but they put new wine into new bottles
25. 27 Thou oughtest therefore to have put my
27. 6 It is not lawful for to put them into the
Mark 2. 22 no man putteth new wine into old bottles
7. 33 put his fingers into his ears, and he spit
Luke 5. 37 no man putteth new wine into old bottles
John 5. 7 I have no man. .to put me into the pool
12. 6 had the bag, and bare what was put ther.
13. 2 devil having now put into the heart of J.
20. 25 put my finger into the print of the nails
Jas. 3. 3 we put bits in the horses mouths, that t.
Rev. 2. 24 I will put upon you none other burden
28. To give, 5f5o>/ui didfimi.
Lukei5. 22 put a ring on his hand, and shoes on (his)
2 Co. 8. 16 which put the same earnest care into the
Heb. 8. 10 I will put my laws into their mind, and
10. 16 I will put my laws into their hearts, and
Rev. 17. 17 For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil
29. To do, make, iroit ca poieo.
Acts 5. 34 commanded to put the apostles forth a 1.
W. Toput, place, ri6rifj.i tithemi.
Matt. 5. 15 Neither do men light a candle, and put
12. 1 8 I will put my spirit upon him, and he sh.
14. 3 put (him) in prison fry Herodias sake, his
Mark 4. 21 Is a candle brought fo be put umU-r a bu.
10. 16 put (his) hands upon them, and blessed t.
Luke 8. 16 covereth it with a vessel, or putteth (it)
11. 33 when he hath lighted a candle, putteth
Johmg. 19 Pilate wrote a title, and put (it) on the
Acts i. 7 which the Father hath put in his own p.
4. 3 laid hands on them, and put (them) in h.
5. 18 laid their hands on the apostles, and put
5. 25 men whom ye put in prison are standing
12. 4 put (him) in prison, and delivered (him)
Ronii4. 13 that no man put a stumbling block, or an
1 Co. 15. 25 till he hath put all enemies under his feet
2 Co. 3. 13 not as Moses, (which) put a veil over his.
i Ti. i. 12 counted me faithful, putting me into the
Rev. ii. 9 not suffer their dead bodies to be put in
PUT again, to
To cause to turn back, ait? shub, 5.
Gen. 29. 3 put the stone again upon the well s mouth
Exod 4. 7 said, Put thine hand into thy bosom again
4. 7 And he put his hand into his bosom-again
34. 35 Moses put the veil upon his face again, un.
PUT V88 PUT
*UT altogether, to
TogaUier, ]CN asaj)h.
Gen. 42. 17 he put them altogether into ward three d.
PUT apart, to
A puttiwj or driving away, .TJJ niddah.
Lev. 15. 19 she shall be put apart seven days; and
1 8. 19 as long as she is put apart for her uncle.
PUT about, or asunder, to
1. To put around, irfpn-i6ri/j.i peritithemi.
Markis- 17 platted a crown of thorns, and put it ab.
2. To put apart, x<apiw chOrizo.
Matt 19. 6 joined together, let not man put asunder
Markio. 9 joined together, let not man put asunder
PUT (far, far away), to (be)
1.7*0 cause to burn, consume, iy? baar, 3.
Deut 13. 5 so shalt thou put the evil away from the
17. 7 So thou shalt put the evil away from am.
17. 12 and thou shalt put away the evil from I.
19. 13 thou shalt put away (the guilt of) innocent
19. 19 so shalt thou put the evil away from am.
21. 9 put away the (guilt of) innocent blood fr.
21.21 so shalt thou put evil away from among
22. 21 so shalt thou put evil away from among
22. 22 so shalt thou put away evil from Israel
22. 24 so thou shalt put away evil from among
24. 7 thou shalt put evil away from among you
Judg 20. 1 3 that we may . . put away evil from Israel
2 Ki.23. 24 Josiah put away, that he might perform
2. To cast out, CHJ garash.
Lev. 21. 7 neither shall they take a woman put aw.
Kze. 44. 22 nor her that is put away ; but they shall
3.7*0 cause to go out, ny; yatsa, 5.
Ezra 10. 3 covenant with our God to put away all
10. 19 gave their hands that they would put aw.
4. To drive away, n~t\ nadah, 3.
Amos 6. 3 Ye that put far away the evil day, and c.
5. To cause to stretch out, turn aside, n?} natah, 5,
Psa. 27. 9 put not thy servant away in anger : thou
6. To cause to turn aside, "VD stir, 5.
Gen. 35. 2 Put away the strange gods that (are) am.
Josh. 24. 14 put away the gods which your fathers s.
24. 23 put away, .the strange gods which (are)
Judg 10. 16 put away the strange gods from among
1 Sa. i. 14 How long wilt thou be drunken? put aw.
7. 3 put away the strange gods and Ashtaroth
7. 4 children of Israel did put away Baalim
28. 3 Saul had put away those that had famil.
2 Sa. 7. 15 took (it) from Saul, whom I put away be.
2 Ki. 3. 2 put away the image of Baal that his fath.
Psa. 18. 22 and I did not put away his statutes from
Prov. 4. 24 Put away from thee afrowardmouth.and
Isa. i. 16 put away the evil of your doings from 1).
Jer. 4. i if thou wilt put away thine abominations
Uos. 2. 2 let her therefore put away her whoredoms
7. To cause to pass over, "CV abnr, 5.
2 Sa. 12. 13 LORD also hath put away thy sin ; thou
2 Ch.is. 8 put away the abominable idols out of all
Esth. 8. 3 besought him with tears to put away the
Eccl.ii. 10 put away evil from thy flesh : for childh.
8. To put far of, prn rachaq, 3.
Eze. 43. 9 Now let them put away their whoredom
9.7Vj put far off, prn rachaq, 5.
Job ii. 14 put it far away, and let not wickedness
iq. 13 He hath put my brethren far from me
22. 23 thou shalt put away iniquity far from thy
Psa. 88. 8 Thou hast put away mine acquaintance f.
88. 18 Lover and friend hast thou put far from
Prov. 4. 24 a froward mouth, and perverse lips put far
10. To cause to rest or keep sabbath, rtyy shabath, 5.
Exodi2. 15 even the first day ye shall put away leav.
Psa. 1 19. 119 Thou puttcst away all the wicked of the
11. To send forth, nhy shalach, 3.
Deut 22. 19, 29 he may not put her away all his days
Isa. 50. i whom I have put away? or which of my
Jer. 3. i If a man put away his wife, and she go
3. 8 I had put her away, and given her a bill
12.7*0 be sent forth, n^y shalach, 4.
Isa. 50. i foryourtransgressionsisyourmotherp. a.
13. .-I putting await, rejecting, aQtrticns athetesis.
Heb. 9. 26 hath he appeared to put away sin by the
14. 7*o lift up, cupta dirii.
Eph. 4. 31 Let all bitterness, .be put away from you
15. To loose away, airo\vu apoluo.
Matt. i. 19 Joseph, .was minded to put her away pr.
5. 31 Whosoever shall put away his wife, let
5. 32 That whosoever shall put away his wife
19. 3 Is it lawful for a man to put away his w
19. 7 WhydidMosesthencommand..toputher;
19. 8 suffered you to put away your wives : but
19. 9 Whosoever shall put away his wife, exc.
19. 9 whoso marrieth her which is put away d
Markio. 2 Is it lawful for a man to put away (his)
10. 4 they said, Moses suffered . .to put (her) a
10. 1 1 Whosoever shall put away his wife, and
10. 12 if a woman shall put away her husband
Lukei6. 18 Whosoever putteth away his wife, andm
16. 18 whosoever marrieth her thai is putawai
16. To put a waif, airoTiOri/j.i apotithemi.
Eph. 4. 25 putting away lying, speak every man tr
1 .To push away, airwOtu apothco.
i Ti. 1. 19 which some having put away, concerning
.8. 7*o send away, a.(pirj/j.i aphiemi.
i Co. 7. 1 1 and let not the husband put away (his)
7. 12 let him not put her away
.9. 7*o take out, faip<a exairo.
1 Co. 5. 13 Therefore put away from among yourse.
20. 7*0 do away entirely , Karapyft* katargeo.
Co. i j. ii when I became a man, I put away child.
PUT down, to
1. To cause to go down, TV yarad, 5.
Isa. 10. 13 I have put down the inhabitants like a v.
2. To cause to turn aside, "I D sur, 5.
2 Ch.36. 3 king of Egypt put him down at Jerusale.
3. 7*o cause to rest or keep sabbath, nyp shabath, 5.
2 Ki.23- 5 put down the idolatrous priests, whom the
4. 7*o make low or humble, "?5y* sftaphel, 5.
Psa. 75. 7 he putteth down one, and setteth up auo.
5.7*o make low or humble, hsy shephal, 5.
Dan. 5. 19 set up, and whom he would he put down
6.7*0 take down, na.6a.ipiw kathaireo.
Luke i. 52 He hath put down the mighty from (their)
". 7*o do away entirely, Karapyfw katargeo.
Co. 15. 24 when he shall have put down all rule and
PUT forth (self), to (be)
[. What is cast out, produced, u~% geresh.
Deut33. 14 for the precious things put forth by the
2. 7*o honour self, Tin hadar, 7.
Prov 2=;. 6 Put not forth thyself in the presence of
3.7*0 put forth a riddle, iin child.
Judg 14. 12 will now put forth a riddle unto you : if
14. 13 Put forth thy riddle, that we may hear it
14. 16 thou hast put forth a riddle unto the chi.
Eze. 17. 2 put forth a riddle, and speak a parable un.
4. 7*o embalm, ripen, Bin chaniit.
Song 2. 13 flg tree putteth forth her green figs, and
5. 7*o give, jru nathan.
Prov. 8. i Doth not. .understanding put forth her
6. 7*o send forth, n^y shalach.
Gen. 3. 22 lest he put forth his hand, and take also
8. 9 then he put forth his hand, and took her
19. 10 men put forth their hand, and pulled Lot
Exod. 4. 4 Put forth thine hand . . And he put forth
Deut 25. ii putteth forth her hand, and taketh him
Judg. 3. 21 Ehud put forthhis left hand, and took the
6. 21 put forth the end of the staff that (was)
15. 15 put forth his hand and took it, and slew
1 Sa. 14. 27 wherefore he put forth the end of the rod
22. 17 servants of the king would not put forth
24. 10 will not put forth mine hand against my
2 Sa. 6. 6 Uzzah put forth (his hand) to the ark of
15. 5 he put forth his hand, and t</ok him, and
1 8. 12 would I not put forth mine hand against
i Ki.i3. 4 that he put forth his hand from the altar
13. 4 his hand, which he put forth against him
i Ch.i3. 9 Uzza put forth his hand to hold the ark
Job i. ii But put forth thine hand now, and touch
1. 12 only upon himself put not forth thine h.
2. 5 But put forth thine hand now, and touch
28. 9 He putteth forth his hand upon the rock
Psa. 55. 20 He hath put forth his hands against such
125. 3 lest the righteous put forth their hands
Jer. i. 9 put forth his hand, and touched my mouth
Eze. 8. 3 put forth the form of an hand, and took
7. 7*0 cast out, lK&d\\ca ekballo.
Matt. 9. 25 when the people were put forth, he went
Johnio. 4 when he putteth forth his own sheep, he
Acts 9. 40 Peterputthemallforth.andkneeleddown
8. 7*o stretch out, fKTeivu ekteino.
Matt. 8. 3 Jesus put forth (his) hand, and touched
Mark i 41 put forth (his) hand, and touch him, and
Luke 5. 13 put forth (his) hand, and touched him,sa.
9. 7*o put forth, produce, tK<pvea etcphuo.
Matt 24. 32 When his branch . . putteth forth leaves, ye
Marki3. 28 branch is yet tender, and putteth forth le.
10. 7*o say, \tyta lego.
Lukei4. 7 put forth a parable to those which were
11. 7*o put alongside, irapar i#7jfat paratithemi.
Matt 13. 24, 31 Another parable put he forth unto th.
PUT forward, from, to
1.7*o push await, airuiQfon.cn apotheomai.
Acts 13. 46 but seeing ye put it from you, and judge
2.7*0 cast forth, irpo/3d\\<>> proballo.
Acts 19. 33 the Jews putting him forward. And Al.
PUT in, to
1.7*0 send forth, n^y shalach.
Song 5. 4 My beloved put in his hand by the hole
Joel 3. 13 Put ye in the sickle ; for the harvest is r.
2.7*0 send forth, rby shalach, 3.
Exod22. 5 If a man. .shall put in his beast, and shall
3.7*0 sendforth or away, airoffTf\\io apostellii.
Mark 4. 29 he putteth in the sickle, because the har.
4. 7*o cause to go up on, or into, f/j./3t&dfa embibazo.
Acts 27. 6 found a ship of Alex. . .and he put us. .in
[See alto Away far.confldence.covering.death difference
far away, lower, more, order, prison, silence, surety! trust. ]
[See also Array, execution, fear, mind, order remem
brance, subjection.]
PUT in bands or in mind, to
1. To bind, T-K asar.
2 Ki.23. 33 1>hl" "<jh-HechohputhiminbandsatRiblah
2. 7*0 cause to remember again, * Traca/ujui/Tjo-Kw- Kom.i S. 15 putting you in mind, because of the grace PUT off, to
1.7*0 draw off, {
Sri chalats.
Isa. 20. 2 put off thy shoe from thy foot. And he
2. To cause to go or come dovm, TV yarad, 5.
ExwJ33- 5 therefore now put off thy ornaments from
3. 7*o cover, pardon, 155 kaphar, 3.
Isa. 47. 1 1 thou shalt not be able to put it of! : and
4. 7*0 cast off or out, Vyj nashal.
Exod.3. 5 Draw not nigh hither: put off thy shoes
5. 7*o strip, put off, DC;
" pashat.
Lev. 6. ii he shall put off his garments, .and carry
16. 23 shall put off the linen garments which he
Neh. 4 . 23 none of us put on our clothes, (saving that)
Song 5.3! have put off my coat ; how shall I
Eze. 26. 16 put off their broidered garments : they
44. 19 they shallput oil their garments wherein
6.7*0 open up or out, nnp patliuch, 3.
1 Ki.2o. ii boast himself as he that putteth it off
Psa. 30. ii thou hast put off my sackcloth, and gir.
7. What is sent or put forth, nSc shelach.
Neh. 4. 23 (saving that) every "one put them off for
8.7*0 unclothe oneself, aireKSvofj.ai apekduomai.
Col. 3. 9 seeing that ye have put off the old man
9. A putting off, airoBtvis apothesis.
2 Pe. i. 14 Knowing that shortly I must put off (this)
10. To put awaj, airoriee/j.ai apotithemai.
Eph. 4. 22 That ye put off, concerning the former c.
Col. 3. 8 But now ye also put off all these ; auger
11.7 o loose, \vu luii.
Acts 7. 33 Put off thy shoes from thy feet : for the
PUT, must be
7*o be thrown or cast, f}\r)Tfoi> bleteon.
Mark 2. 22 [but new wine must be put into newbot.]
Luke 5. 38 But uew wine must be put into new bot.
PUT on or upon, to
1.7*0 clothe, Vih lujesh.
Gen. 28. 20 give me bread to eat, and raiment to put o.
38. 19 and put on the garments of her widowhood
Exod2g. 30 shall put them on seven days, when hec.
Lev. 6. 10 priest shall put on his linen garment, and
6. 10 his linen breeches shall he put upon his
6. 1 1 put on oilier garments, and carry forth
16. 4 He shall put on the holy linen coat, and
16. 4 washhisfleshinwater,and(so)putthemo.
16. 23 linen garments which he put on when he
16. 24 put on his garments, and come forth, and
16. 32 put on the linen clothes, (even) the holy
21. 10 that is consecrated to put on the garme.
Deut22. 5 neither shall a man put on a woman s g.
1 Sa. 28. 8 put on other raiment, and he went, and
2 Sa. 14. 2 put on now mourning apparel, and ano.
1 Ki.22. 30 cute*!1 into the battle; but put thou on thy
2 Ch.iS. 29 will go to the battle; but put thou on thy
Esth. 4. i put on sackcloth with ashes, and went out
5. i Esther put on (her) royal (apparel), and
Job 27. 17 prepare (it), but the just shall put (it) on
29. 14 I put on righteousness, and it clothed me
Song 5. 3 how shall I put it on ? I have washed my
Isa. 51. 9 put on strength, () arm of the LORD; a.!
52. i put on thy strength, O Zion ; put on thy
59. 17 For he put on righteousness as a breast
59. 17 and he put on the garments of vengeance
Jer. 46. 4 furbish the spears, (and) put on the brig.
Eze. 42. 14 shall put on other garments, and shall aji.
44. 19 shall put on other garments ; and they s.
Jon. 3. 5 put on sackcloth, from the greatest of th.
2. 7*0 be clothed, B>?S labesh, 4.
1 Ki.22. 10 having put on their robes, in a void place
3. 7*o clothe one, e?S labesh, 5.
Exod2g. 8 shalt bring his sons, and put coats upon
Lev. 8. 13 put coats upon them, and girded them
4. 7*o cover, torap up, veil, npy atah.
Jer. 43. 12 as a shepherd putteth on his garment ; and
5. 7*0 cause to go up, nSy alah, 5.
2 Sa. i. 24 who put on ornaments of gold upon your
6. 7*o set, put, place, D i?, Ciir sum, sim.
Numi6. 46 put on incense, and go quickly unto the
7. To set, put, place, rtT shith.
Exod33. 4 and no man did put on him his ornaments
8.7*o clothe, go into clothing. eVSuoi enduo.
Matt. 6. 25 Take no thought, .what ye shall put on
27. 31 put his own raiment on him, and led him
Mark 6. 9 shod with sandals; and not put on twoc.
15. 20 put his own clothes on him, and led him
Luke 1 2. 22 neither for the body, what ye shall put on
15. 22 Bring forth the best robe, and put (it) on
Ronii3- 12 and let us put on the armour of light
13. 14 put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ, and m.
i Co. 15. 53 this corruptible must putonincorniptiou
is. 53 and this mortal (must)put on immortality
PUT 789 QUEEN
i Co. 15. 54 So when this corruptible shall have put
15. 54 thismortalshall have put on immortality
Gal. 3. 27 For as many of you. .have put on Christ
Eph. 4. 24 that ye put on the new man, which after
6. ii Put on the whole armour of God, that ye
Col. 3. 10 have put on the new (man), which is ren.
3. 12 Put on therefore, as the elect of God, holy
1 Th. 5. 8 putting on the breastplate of faith and love
9. To put upon, (iririd-rjut epitithemi.
Matt 19. 13 that he should put (his) hands on them
21. 7 put on them their clothes, and they set
27. 29 they put (it) upon his head, and a reed in
Mark 7. 32 they beseech him to put his hand upon
8 23 when he had. .put his hands upon him, he
8. 25 After that he put (his) hands again [upon]
John o. 15 He put clay upon mine eyes, and I washed
19. 2 soldiers platted a crown . .and put (it) on
Acts o. 12 putting (his) hand on him, that he might
q. 17 putting his hands on him. said. Brothers.
15. 10 to put a yoke upon the neck of the disci.
10. To cast around, ireptf3d\\ca periballd.
Johmq. 2 on his head, and they put on him a purple
II. To put around, vepirierim peritithemi.
Matt27- 28 they stripped him, and put on him a sea
27. 48 put (it) on a reed, and gave him to drink
Markis. 36 put (it) on a reed, and gave him to drink
John 19. 29 put (it) upon hyssop, and put (it) to his
PUT on, to be able to
To gird, be restrained, "Tin cJw.gar.
2 Ki. 3. 21 gathered all that were able t6 put on ar.
PUT on account, to
To reckon in, bring into the account, t\\oyf<a.
Phm. 1 8 If he .. oweth . . ought, put that on mine a.
PUT out, to
l.To quench, nap kabah, 3.
2 Ch.29- 7 put out the lamps, and have not burnt in.
Eze. 32. 7 when I shall shall put thee out, I will cover
2.7V> wipe away, blot out, nrn machah.
Exodi7. 14 utterly put out the remembrance of Am.
Psa. q. 5 thou hast put out their name for ever and
Z.To jyick out, pierce, ijjj naqar, 3.
Num 16. 14 wilt thou put out the eyes of these men ?
Judg 16. 21 Philistines took him, and put out his eyes
4.7":) cast out or off, "?;?} nashal.
Deut. 7. 22 will put out those nations before thee by
5. To blind, ~\\y, avar, 3.
2 Ki. 25. 7 put out the eyes of Zedekiah, and bound
Jer. 39. 7 Moreover he put out Zedekiah s eyes, and
52. ii then he put out the eyes of Zedekiah ; and
6. To send forth, nVf shalach.
2 Sa. 13. 17 Put now this (woman) out from me, and
2 Ki. 6. 7 And he put out his hand, and took it
7. To send forth, n^; shalach, 3.
Num. 5. 2 that they put out of the camp every leper
5. 3 Both male and female shall ye put out
5. 4 did so, and put them out without the ca.
8. To cast out, ^Kj8aA.\a> ekballv.
Mark 5. 40 when he had put them all out, he taketh
Luke 8. 54 [he put them all out, and took her by the]
9. To remove, transfer, fj.tdiffTa.vu methistand.
T,ukei6. 4 when I am put out of the stewardship, th.
PUT out, to be
l.To be extinguished, W* daak.
Job 18. 5 light of the wicked shall he put out, and
18. 6 and his candle shall be put out with him
21. 17 How oft is the candle of the wicked put o.
Prov 13. 9 the lamp of the wicked shall be put out
20. 20 lamp shall be put out in obscure darkness
24. 20 the candle of the wicked shall be put out
l.To be quenched, H33 kabah.
Lev. 6. 12 fire upon the altar, .shall not be put out
3. To be wiped away, blotted out, nno machah, 1.
Deut25. 6 that his name be not put out of Israel
[See also Confusion, death, flight, grief, shame, worse.]
PUT to or unto, to
1. To set, put, place, o ty, && sum, sim.
Num. 4. ii, 14 they shall spread, .and shall put to t.
2.7V) cast or throw upon, tirt0d\\(a epiballo.
Matt. 9. 16 putteth a piece of new cloth unto an old
Luke 5. 36 No man putteth a piece of a new gar. upon
q. 62 No man, having put his hand to the plo.
3. To bear toward, irpoff&ipca prosphero.
John 19. 29 filled a spunge . . and put (it) to his mouth
PUT to death, to be
I. Slain of death, rns :nn. [harag],
Jer. 18. 21 let their men be put to death; (let) their
2. To lead away, destroy, oira-yco apago (pass.).
Acts i2. 19 commanded that(tney).shouldbeputtod.
PUT to more strength, to
To use might, 133 gabar, 3.
Eccl. 10. 10 then must he put to more strength : but
PUT to silence, to
To cause to be dumb, coy damam, 5.
Jer. 8. 14 for the LORI> our God hath put usto sile.
PUT under, to
To set in array under, t/iroTa<r<ro> hupotasso.
i Co. 15. 27 For he hath put all things under his feet
i Co. 15. 27 saith, All things are put under (him, it is)
15. 27 is excepted which did put all things under
15. 28 unto him that put all things under him
Eph. i. 22 hath put all (things) under his feet, and
Heb. 2. 8 we see not yet all things put under him
PUT under, not
yot arranged under, avviroraKTOs anupotaktos.
Heb. 2. 8 he left nothing (that is) not put under him
PUT up self, to
To be gathered, ]px asaph, 2.
Jer. 47. 6 Put up thyself into thy scabbard, rest, and
PUT (up) again, to
1. To cause to turn back, 3?e> shub, 5.
1 Ch.2i. 27 put up his sword again into the sheath t.
2. To turn from,, aironrpiipta aposlrephu.
Matt 26. 52 I ut up again thy sword into his place : for
3. To cast, throw, j8a\A balli).
Johm8. ii Put up thy sword into the sheath : the c.
PUT up in bags, to
To compass, bind up, "nx tsur.
2 Ki. 12. 10 they put up in bags, and told the money
PUT, to be
1. To be caused to go in, Nia bo, 6.
Exod27. 7 staves shall be put into the rings, and the
Lev. ii. 32 it must be put into water, and it shall be
2.7*0 be added, qp; yasaph, 2.
Nuni36. 3 shall be put to the inheritance of the tribe
36. 4 then shall their inheritance be put unto
3. 7*o (cause to) add, *]p; yasaph, 5.
Eccl. 3. 14 nothing can be put to it, nor any thing t.
4. 7*o put, place, ny; yasam.
Gen. 50. 26 and he was put in a coffin in Egypt
5. To be brought nigh, v\\ nagash, 6.
2 Sa. 3. 34 hands (were) not bound, nor thy feet put
6. To be given, jnj nathan, 2.
2 Ch. 2. 14 find out every device which shall be put
Eze. 32. 25 he is put in the midst of (them that be) s.
7.7*0 be caused to give, |m nathan, 6.
Lev. ii. 38 if (any) water be put upon the seed, and
8. To give, jnj nathan.
Numiq. 17 running water shall be put thereto in a v.
9. 7*0 go up, rhy alah.
i Ch.27. 24 neither was the number put in the account
PU-TE-O -LI, norfoA.01.
A seaport of Campania in Italy, six miles W. of Naples ;
once called Dicse-archia, now Pozzuoli ; it was founded
by a colony of Samians, B.C. 521 ; in 215 fortified against
Hannibal ; in 212 became the chief port of the Roman
army. In A.D. 161 it was passed by Paul on his
way to Rome ; in 410 was captured by Alaric ; in 455 by
Genseric ; in s-tsby Totila ; in 1119 it was destroyed by
an eruption of the Solfatara, and in 1538 by a volcanic
disturbance of the Monte Nuova.
Acts 28. 13 and we came the next day to P.
PU-TI -EL, "?X B 9 God enlightens.
Father in law of Eleazar, son of Aaron. B. C. 1500.
Exod 6. 25 Aaron s son, took him. .daughters of P.
PUTRIFYING
Fresh, raw, torn,^q tari.
Isa. i. 6 wounds, and bruises, and putrifying sores
PUTTING (away, forth, off, on, upon) -
1.7*o give, [ru nathan.
Lev. 16. 21 putting them upon the head of the goat
2.7*0 send forth, rby shalach.
Isa. 58. q putting forth of the finger, and speaking
3. 7*o send forth, nSp shalach, 3.
Mai. 2. 16 saith that he hateth putting away : for
4.A stripping off or away, a.irfK$v(rts apekdusis.
Col. 2. ii in putting off the body of the sins of the
5. A putting off or away, diro0e(m apothesis.
i Pe. 3. 21 not the putting away of the filth of the fl.
6. A puttting on, going into, j>8t><m endusis.
1 Pe. 3. 3 wearing of gold, or of putting on of app.
7. A putting on or upon, eVifco-tf epithesis.
2 Ti. 1.6 which is in thee by the putting on of my

PYGARG
Species of antilope, Ji^T dis/wn.
Deut 14. 5 the pygarg, and the wild ox, and thecha.




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    (Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Intrepid, Infallible, Infinitive, Invincible, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Inalienable, Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Eternal and Indubitable - NEVER FAILING - and ALL CONQUERING!) DEDUCTING the above from the simple fact: That GOD EQUATES HIS WORD WITH HIMSELF!
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    SCRIPTURE: "For the Son of Man is come to seek and to SAVE that which is lost!" Luk 19:10 "For I came NOT to judge the world, but to SAVE the world. John 12:47 SCRIPTURE: "And I, if I be lifted up from the Earth, I WILL DRAW ALL men unto Me." John 12:32
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    God the Spirit’s Goals:

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