ROBERT YOUNG'S
ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE: ORIGINAL, UNABRIDGED,
AD-1879 - Letter-T

GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICANCAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGEAMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN
CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIANROBERT YOUNG PHOTO
Dr. Robert Young, Theologian, Concordance, Bible Translator

Youngs-NewtonStein™ Analytical Concordance

MANY SAY THE GREATEST CONCORDANCE OF ALL TIME!

Approx 4,000 Pages;
Approx 18,000 Entries;
Approx 311,000 Scriptures;

By Cambridge Theological Seminary

Where EVERYTHING is from the INSPIRED-INERRANT Understanding of God's Word!

|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|
|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X-Y|Z|

T

TA-A -NACH, -jyn, Tjjy.n battlement. TANACH.
A Levitical city oh the W. of the Jordan in Manasseh
or Isaachar. On the slope of the western mountains
that bound the plain of Jezreel over against Gilboa,and
now called Taanuk, is a small village on the S. of el-
Lejjun.
Josh 12. 21 The king of T., one ; the king of Megiddo
17. ii and the inhabitants of T. and her towns
21. 25 of the half tribe of Manasseh, T. with her
Judg. i. 27 Neither. .Beth-shean and her towns. .T.
5. 19 then fought the kings of Canaan in T.
i Ki. 4. 12 (to him pertained) T. and Megiddo, and
i Ch. 7. 29 Beth-shean and her towns, T. and her to.

TA-A-NATH SHI -LOH, rbv n;n circle of Shiloh.
A city on the borders of Ephraim and Benjamin ; now
called Tana, between Shechem and the Jordan, and W.
of Janohah.
Josh. 1 6. 6 the border went about eastward unto T.

TAB-BA -OTH, niyje spots.
One of the Nethinim whose descendants returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 43 children of Hasupha, the children of T.
Neh. 7. 46 children ofiHashupha, the children of T.
TAB -BATH, n?B extension.
A city S. of Abel-meholah, in Issachar or Ephraim:
Tubukhet Fahill
Judg. 7. 22 to the border of Abel-meholah, unto T.
TA-BE -AL, rx?? God is good.
Father of one whom Syria and Ephraim sought to make
king in Judah instead of Ahaz. B.C. 742.
Isa. 7. 6 and set a king in the midst . . the son of T.
TA-BE -EL,
u
x;9 God is good.
An official in Samaria who wrote against the Jews to the
king of Persia, h.c. 522.
Ezra 4. 7 wrote . . T. . . unto Artaxerxes king of 1 er.
TABER, to
To mince, trip daintily, 158 taphaph, 3a.
Nah. 2. 7 her maids. . laboring upon their breasts
TAB-ER -AH, n-jysn place offeeding.
A place three days journey N. of Sinai,where Israel was
punished for murmuring.
Nunin. 3 And he called the name of the place T.
Deut. g. 22 at T. . .ye provoked the LORD to wrath
TABERNACLE
1.A tent, VriK ohel.
Exod.26. g curtain in the fore front of the tabernacle
27. 21 the tabernacle of the congregation
[So in 28. 43; 29. 4, 10, ii, 30, 32, 42, 44; 30. 16, 18, 20, 26,
36 ; 3 - T, 33- 7, 71 35- 21; 38- 8, 30; 40. 12; Lev. i. i, 3, 5;
3. 2, 8, 13; 4. 4, s, 7, 7,14, 16, 18, i8;6. 16, 26, 30; 8.3, 4, 31,
33- 35; 9- S, 23; 10. 7, 9; 12. 6; 14. n, 23; 15. 14, 29; 16. 7,
16, 17, 20, 23, 33; 17. 4, 5, 6, 9; 19. 21; 24. 3; Num. i. i;
2- 2, 17; 3. 7, 8, 25, 25, 38; 4. 3, 4, 15, 23, 25, 25, 28, 30, 31,
33, 35, 37, 39-41, 43, 47; 6. 10, 13, 18; 7. 5, 89; 8. 9, 15, 19,
22, 24, 26; 10. 3; ii. 16; 12. 4, 5; 14. 10; 16. 18, 19, 42,43,
50; 17. 4; 18. 4,6, 21, 22, 23, 31; 19. 4; 20. 6; 25. 6; 27. 2; 31.
54;Deut. 31. 14, 14; Josh. 18. i; 19. 51; i Sa. 2. 22; i Ki. 2.
30; 8. 4; i Ch. 6. 32; p. 21; 23. 32; 2 Ch. i. 3, 6, 13; 5. 5.]
Exod.3i. 7 and all the furniture of the tabernacle
33. 7 Moses took the tabernacle, and pitched
33. 8 when Moses went out unto the tabernacle
33. 8 until he was gone into the tabernacle
33. 9 as Moses entered into the tabernacle, the
33. 9 and stood (at) the door of the tabernacle
33. 10 cloudypillarstand(at)thetabemacledcor
33. ii Joshua, .departed not out of the tabeni.
36. 37 he made an hanging for the tabernacle door
39. 38 and the hanging for the tabernacle door
Num. 9. 17 cloud was taken up from the tabernacle
ii. 24 and set them round about the tabernacle
11. 26 but went not out unto the tabernacle
12. 10 the cloud departed from off the taberna.
17. 7 before the LORD in the tabernacle of wit.
17. 8 Moses went into the tabernacle of witness
18. 2 (minister) before the tabernacle of witness
1 8. 3 keep, .the charge of all the tabernacle
1 8. 4 for all the service of the tabernacle
Deut 31. 15 stood over the door of the tabernacle
2 Sa. 6. 17 in the midst of the tabernacle that David
i Ki. i. 39 took an horn of oil out of the tabernacle
2. 28 Joab fled unto the tabernacle of the LOKD
2. 29 that Joab was fled unto the tabernacle of
8. 4 holy vessels that (were) in the tabernacle
1 Ch. 9. 19 keepers of the gates of the tabernacle
9. 23 the house of the tabernacle, by wards
2 Ch. 5. 5 holy vessels that (were) in thejtabernacle
24. 6 the collection . . for the tabernacle of wit.
Job 5. 24 And thou shalt know that thy tabernacle
11. 14 let not wickedness dwell in thy taberna.
12. 6 The tabernacles of robbers prosper, and
15. 34 fire shall consume the tabernacles of bribe.
1 8. 6 The light shall be dark in his tabernacle
1 8. 14 shall be rooted out of his tabernacle
18. 15 It shall dwell in his tabernacle, because
19. 12 and encamp round about my tabernacle
20. 26 with him that is left in his tabernacle
22. 23 put away iniquity far from thy tabernac.
29. 4 when the secret of God (was) upon my ta.
31. 31 If the men of my tabernacle said not, Oh
Psa. 1
15. i LORD, who shall abide in thy tabernacle 1
19. 4 In them hath he set a tabernacle for the
27. 5 in the secret of his tabernacle shall he
27. 6 offer in his tabernacle sacrifices of joy
61. 4 I will abide in thy tabernacle for ever
78. 51 (their) strength in the tabernacles of Ham
78. 67 Moreover he refused the tabernacle of J.
83. 6 The tabernacles of Edom, and the Ishm.
118. 15 in the tabernacles of the righteous
132. 3 Surely I will not come into the taberna.
Prov 14. ii tabernacle of the upright shall flourish
Isa. 16. 5 in the tabernacle of David, judging, and
33. 20 a tabernacle (that) shall not be taken do.
Jer. 10. 20 My tabernacle is spoiled, and all my co.
Lam. 2. 4 in the tabernacle of the daughter of Zion
Eze. 41. i (which was) the breadth of the taberna.
Dan. ii. 45 he shall plant the tabernacles of his pal.
Hos. 9. 6 possess them thorns (shall be) in their tab.
12. 9 will yet make thee to dwell in tabernac.
Mai. 2. 12 the scholar, out of the tabernacles of Ja.
^.Tabernacle, dwelling place, ]$V3 mishkan.
Exod25. 9 the pattern of the tabernacle, and the pa.
26. i thou shalt make the tabernacle (with) ten
26. 6 couple the curtains . . it shall be one tab.
26. 7 curtains. .to be a covering upon the tab.
26. 12 hang over the back side of the tabernacle
26. 13 it shall hang over the sides of the taber.
26. 15 thou shalt make boards for the taberna.
26. 17 make for all the boards of the tabernacle
26. 18 thou shalt make the boards for the tabe.
26. 20 for the second side of the tabernacle, on
26. 22 for the sides of the tabernacle westward
26. 23 make for the corners of the tabernacle in
26. 26 the boards of the one side of the tabern.
26. 27 the boards of the other side of the taber.
26. 27 for the boards of the side of the taberna.
26. 30 thou shalt rear up the tabernacle accord.
26. 35 on the side of the tabernacle toward the
27. 9 thou shalt make the court of the tabern.
27. 19 the vessels of the tabernacle in all the s.
TABERNACLE 953 TACHES
. The tabernacle, his tent, and his covering
35. 15 the door at the entering in of the taberna.
35. 1 8 The pins of the tabernacle, and the pins
36. 8 them that wrought the work of the taber.
36 13 fifty taches. .so it became one tabernacle
36 14 curtains, -for the tent over the tabernacle
36 20 23 And he made boards for the tabernacle
,6 22 make for all the boards of the tabernacle
3*6 25 for the other side of the tabernacle, (which
36 27 for the sides of the tabernacle westward
36 28 for the comers of the tabernacle in the two
36 31 the boards of the one side of the tabern.
36 32 the boards of the other side of the taber.
38 3 the pins of the tabernacle, and all the pins
30 32 Thus was all the work of tlu tabernacle
30 33 they brought the tabernacle unto Moses
30 40 the vessels of the service of the tabernacle
40! 2, 6, 29 the tabernacle of the tent of the co.
40 5 put the hanging of the door to the taber.
40. 9 anoint the tabernacle, and all that (is) th.
40. 17 the second year, .the tabernacle was rea.
40. 18 Moses reared up the tabernacle, and fast.
40. 19 he spread abroad the tent over the taber.
40. 21 he brought the ark into the tabernacle, and
40. 22 upon the side of the tabernacle northward
40. 24 the table, on the side of the tabernacle so.
40. 28 the hanging (at) the door of the tabernacle
40. 33 the court round about the tabernacle and
40. 34, 35 the glory of the LORD filled the taber.
% 40. 36 cloud was taken up from over the tabern.
40. 38 the cloud of the LORD (was) upon the ta.
Xev. 8. 10 anointed the tabernacle and all that (was)
15. 31 they defile my tabernacle that (is) among
17. 4 to offer, .before the tabernacle of the Lo.
26. ii I will set my tabernacle among you, and
Num. . 50 shalt appoint the Levites over the taber.
. 50 they shall bear the tabernacle, and all the
, 50 and shall encamp round about the taber.
, 51 when the tabernacle setteth forward, the
, 51 when the tabernacle is to be pitched, the
, 53 Levites shall pitch round about the tab.
, 53 Levites shall keep the charge of the tab.
3. 7, 8 to do the service of the tabernacle
3. 23 the Gershonites shall pitch behind the ta.
3. 25 the tabernacle, and the tent, the covering
3. 26 the court, which (is) by the tabernacle, and
3. 29 shall pitch on the side of the tabernacle
3. 35 shall pitch on the side of the tabernacle
3. 36 the boards of the tabernacle, and the bars
3. 38 those that encamp before the tabernacle
4. 16 the oversight of all the tabernacle, and
4. 25 they shall bear the curtains of the taber.
4. 26 gate of the court, which (is) by the taber.
4. 31 the boards of the tabernacle, and the bars
5. 17 the dust that is in the floor of the tabern. ;
7. i Moses had fully set up the tabernacle, and I
7. 3 they brought them before the tabernacle
9. 15 the day that the tabernacle was reared up
9. 15 the cloud covered the tabernacle, (num.)
9. 15 there was upon the tabernacle as it were
9. 1 8 as long as the cloud abode upon the tab.
9. Tg the cloud tarried long upon the taberna.
9. 20 the cloud was a few days upon the taber.
g. 22 the cloud tarried upon the tabernacle, re.
10. ii the cloud was taken up from off the tab.
10. 17 the tabernacle was taken down ; and the
xo. 17 sons of Merari set forward, bearing the ta.
10. 21 (the other) did set up the tabernacle aga.
16. 9 to do the service of the tabernacle of the
16. 24, 27 the tabernacle of Koran. Dathan, and
17. 13 cometh any thing near unto the tabern.
19. 13 purifleth not himself, deflleth the taber.
24. 5 How goodly are . . thy tabernacles, O Isra. !
31. 30 47 the charge of the tabernacle of the L.
Josh. 22 19 the land . .wherein the LORD S tabernacle
22. 29 the altar, .that (is) before his tabernacle
2 Sa. 7. 6 have walked in a tent and in a tabernacle
1 Ch. 6. 48 all manner of service of the tabernacle of
16. 39 before the tabernacle of the LORD, in the
17. 5 from tent to tent, and from (one ) taberna.
21. 29 the tabernacle of the LORD, which Moses
23. 26 they shall no (more) carry the tabernacle
2 Ch. i. 5 he put before the tabernacle of the LORD
Psa. 43. 3 unto thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles
46. 4 the holy (place) of the tabernacles of the
78. 60 he forsook the tabernacle of Shiloh, the
84. i How amiable (are) thy tabernacles, O Lo.
132. 7 We will go into his tabernacles; we will
Eze. 37. 27 My tabernacle also shall be with them; yea
8. .4 covering, covert, booth, ^b sok.
Psa. 76. 2 In Salem also is his tabernacle, and his
A.A covering, covert, booth, ri3.D sukkah.
Lev. 23. 34 (shall be) the feast of tabernacles (for) se.
Dent 1 6. 13 Thoushalt observe the feast of tabernacles
16. 16 the feast of weeks, and in the feast of ta.
31. 10 of the year of release, in the feast of tab.
a Ch. 8. 13 feast of weeks, and in the feast of taber.
Ezra 3. 4 They kept also the feast of tabernacles
Job 36. 29 can(any) understand. .the noise of his tab.
Isa. 4. 6 there shall be a tabernacle for a shadow
Amos 9. ii that day will I raise up the tabernacle ol
Zech 14. 16, 18, 19 to keep the feast of tabernacles
^.Covering, covert, booth, map sikkuth.
Amos 5. 26 ye have borne the tabernacle of your Mo.
<6.A covering, covert, booth, fy sok.
Lam. 2. 6 he hath violently taken away his taberna.
7. Tabernacle, dwelling place, aKi]v4\ skene.
Matt 17. 4 let us make here three tabernacles ; one for
Mark 9. 5 let us make three tabernacles ; one for th.
Luke 9. 33 let us make three tabernacles^ one forth.
Acts 7. 43 ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and
7. 44 Our fathers had the tabernacle of witness
15. 16 will build again the tabernacle of David
Heb. 8. 2 the true tabernacle, which the Lord pile.
8. 5 when he was about to make the tabernacle
9. 2 there was a tabernacle made ; the first, wh.
9. 3 the tabernacle which is called the holiest
9. 6 the priests went always into the first tab.
9. 8 while as the first tabernacle was yet stan.
9. ii by a greater and more perfect tabernacle
9. 21 the tabernacle and all the vessels of the
i:. 9 dwelling in tabernacles with Isaac and Ja.
13. 10 no right to eat which serve the tabernacle
Rev. 13. 6 to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle
15. 5 the temple of the tabernacle of the testi.
21. 3 the tabernacle of God (is) with men, and
8. Tabernacle, dwelling place, anyi/os skenot.
1 Co. 5. i if our earthly house of (this) tabernacle
5. 4 we that are in (this) tabernacle do groan
9. Tabernacle, dwelling place, crfCTJcco/ia skenoma.
Acts 7. 46 desired to find a tabernacle for the God
2 Pe. i. 13 as long as I am in this tabernacle, to stir
i. 14 I must put off (this) my tabernacle, even
10. A fixing up of tabernacles, aurivoirriyia skenop.
John 7. 2 Now the Jews feast of tabernacles was at
TA-BI -THA, Ta&idd gazelle.
A female in Joppa who was restored to life by the prayer
of Peter; called also Dorcas; she was full of good deeds.
Acts 9. 36 there was. .a certain disciple named T.
9. 40 and turning, .to the body said, T., arise
TABLE, (at the)
I. Tablet, board, rnV luach.
xod24. 12 I will give thee tables of stone, and a law
31. 18 two tables of testimony, tables of stone
32. 15 the two tables of the testimony (were) in
32. 15 the tables (were) written on both their si.
32. 16 the tables (were) the work of God, and the
32. 16 the writing of God, graven upon the tab.
32. 19 he cast the tables out of his hands, and
34. i Hew thee two tables of stone like unto
34. i and I will write upon (these) tables the
34. i words that were in the first tables, which
34. 4 he hewed two tables of stone like unto the
34. 4 and took in his hand the two tables of st.
34. 28 He wrote upon the tables thei words of the
34. 29 the two tables of testimony in Moses ha.
l)ut. 4. 13 and he wrote them upon two tables of st.
5. 22 he wrote them in two tables of stone, and
9. 9, ii the tables of stone, (even) the tables
9. 10 LORD delivered unto me two tables of st.
9. 15 the two tables of the covenant (were) in
g. 17 I took the two tables, and cast them out
10. i Hew thee two tables of stone like unto the
10. 2 And I will write on the tables the words
10. 2 were in the first tables which thou brak.
10. 3 hewed two tables of stone like unto the
10. 3 went up. .having the two tables in mine
10. 4 he wrote on the tables, according to the
10. 5 put the tables in the ark which I had made
1 Ki. 8. 9 nothing in the ark save the two tables of
2 Ch. 5. 10 nothing in the ark save the two tables wh.
Prov. 3. 3 write them upon the table of thine heart
7. 3 write them upon the table of thine heart
Isa. 30. 8 write it before them in a table, and note
.Ter. 17. i (it is) graven upon the table of their heart
Hab. 2. 2 make (it) plain upon tables, that he may
2.A circle, round table, 3pp mesab,
Song 1. 12 While the king (sitteth) at his table, my
3. A table, \rbv shulchan.
Exod25. 23 Thou shalt also make a table (of) shittim
25. 27 for places of the staves to bear the table
25. 28 overlay them with gold, that the table may
25. 30 thou shalt set upon the table showbread
26. 35 thou shalt set the table without the veil
26. 35 the candlestick over against the table on
26. 35 thou shalt put the table on the north side
30. 27 the table and all his vessels, and the can.
31. 8 the table and his furniture, and the pure
35. 13 The table, and his staves, and all his ves.
37. 10 And he made the table (of) shittim wood
37. 14 the places for the staves to bear the table
37. 15 overlaid them with gold, to bear the table
37. 16 the vessels which (were) upon the table
39. 36 The table, (and) all the vessels thereof, and
40. 4 thou shalt bring in the table, and set in
40. 22 he put the table in the tent of the congr.
40. 24 over against the table, on the side of the
Lev. 24. 6 sir on a row, upon the pure table before
Num. 3. 31 the ark, and the table, and the candlestick
4. 7 upon the table of showbread they shall sp
Judg. i. 7 kings. . gathered (their meat) under myta.
1 Sa. 20. 29 therefore he cometh not unto the. .table
20. 34 Jonathan arose from the table in fierce an.
2 Sa. 9. 7 thou shalt eat bread at my table contin.
9. 10 master s son shall eat bread, .at my table
9. ii he shall eat at my table, as one of the ki.
9. 13 for he did eat continually at the king s ta
19. 28 among them that did eat at thine own ta
i Ki. 2. 7 let them be of those that eat at thy table
4. 27 all that came unto king Solomon s table
7. 48 the table of gold, whereupon the showbr
10. 5 the meat of his table, and the sitting of
13. 20 it came to pass, as they sat at the table
1 Ki.i8. 19 four hundred, which eatat Jezebel s table
2 Ki. 4. 10 let us set for him there a bed, and a table
1 Ch.zS. 16 for the tables of showbread, for every ta.
28. 16 and (likewise) silver for the tables of silver
2 Ch. 4. 8 He made also ten tables, and placed (them)
4. 19 the tables whereon the showbread (was
9. 4 the meat of his table, and the sitting of
13. 1 1 also (set they in order) upon the pure ta.
29. 18 the showbread table, with all the vessels
Neh. 5. 17 (there were) at my table an hundred and
Job 36. 16 that which should be set on thy table (sh.)
Psa. 23. 5 Thou prepares! a table before me in the
69. 22 Let their table become a snare before th.
78. 19 Can God furnish a table in the wilderness
128. 3 like olive plants round about thy table
Prov. 9. 2 wine ; she hath also furnished her table
Isa. 21. 5 Prepare the table, watch in the watch-to.
28. 8 all tables are full of vomit (and)nlthiness
65. ii prepare a table for that troop, and that
Eze. 23. 41 a table prepared before it, whereupon th.
39. 20 ye shall be filled at my table with horses
40. 39 two tables on this side, and two tables on
40. 40 And at the side without, .(were) two tab.
40. 40 and on the other side, .(were) two tables
40. 41 Four tables . . on this side, and four tables
40. 41 eight tables, whereupon they slew (their
40. 42 the four tables (were) of hewn stone for
40. 43 upon the tables (was) the flesh of the off.
41. 22 This (is) the table that (is) before the Lo.
44. 1 6 they shall come near to my table, to min.
Dan. ii. 27 they shall speak lies at one table; but it
Mai. i. 7 ye say, The table of the LORD (is) contem.
i. 12 The table of the LORD (is) polluted ; and
4. To lie down or back, recline,avdKfifj.ai anakeimai.
John 13. 28 no man at the table knew for what intent
5.A reclining couch or bed, K\tvrj kline.
Mark 7. 4 the washing of . .brazen vessels, and of ta.
6. A broad slab or table, it\<iplax.
2 Co. 3. 3 not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables
Heb. 9. 4 Aaron s rod that budded, and the tables
7.A table (with four feet), -rpiiirtfa trapeza.
Matt 15. 27 crumbs which fall from their masters ta.
21. 12 overthrew the tables of the money chang.
Mark 7. 28 the dogs under the table eat of the child.
ii. 15 overthrew the tables of the money chan.
Luke 16. 21 crumbs which fell from the rich man s ta.
22. 21 betrayeth me (is) with me on the table
22. 30 That ye may eat and drink at my table in
John 2. 15 poured out., money, and overthrew the ta.
Acts 6. 2 leave the word of God, and serve tables
Rom. ii. 9 Let their table be made a snare, andatr.
i Co. 10. 21 of the Lord s table, and of the table of de.
Heb. 9. 2 the candlestick, and the table, and the sh.
TABLET, writing table
I. House of breath, scent-box, 8*9: n 2 [beth],
Isa. 3. 20 the head bands, and the tablets, and the
2. Buckle, bracelet, necklace, 1D?3 kumaz.
Exod35- 22 ear rings, and rings, and tablets, all jewe.
Num3i. 50 bracelets, rings, ear rings, and tablets, to
3. A small writing tablet, iriraKiSiov irinakidion.
Luke i. 63 he asked for a writing table, and wrote
TA -BOR, "iton mountain height.
1. An isolated mountain in Zebulun and Issachar be
tween the plains of Jezreel and Scythopolis, in the midst
of Galilee ; now called et-Tur.
Josh. 19. 22 the coast reacheth to T., and Shahazimah
Judg 4. 6 Go and draw toward mount T., and take
4. 12 that Barak . . was gone up to mount T.
4. 14 So Barak went down from mount T., and
8. 18 What manner of men., whomye slew at T.?
Psa. 89. 12 T. and Hermon shall rejoice in thy name
Jer. 46. 1 8 Surely as T. (is) among the mountains
Hos. 5. i because ye have been . . net spread upon T.
2. A plain or place in Benjamin S. of Bethel.
i Sa. 10.. 3 thou shalt come to the plain of T., and
3. A Levitical city in Zebulun, at the east.
i Ch. 6. 77 Rimmon with her suburbs, T. with her
TABRET
l.Tabret, timbrel, *]h toph.
Gen. 31. 27 with mirth, and with songs, with tabret
i Sa. 10. 5 with a psaltery, and a tabret, and a pipe
1 8. 6 to meet king Saul, with tabrets, with joy
Isa. 5. 12 the tabret and pipe, and wine, are in their
24. 8 The mirth of tabrets ceaseth, the noise of
30. 32 (in) every place. .(it) shall be with tabrets
Jer. 31. 4 shalt again be adorned with thy tabrets
Eze. 28. 13 the workmanship of thy tabrets and of thy
2. Spittle (?), nen topheth.
Job 17. 6 a byword . . and aforetime I was as a tab.
TAB-RIM -ON, J^na:? Rimmon is good.
Son of Hezion, and father of Berihadad king of Syria,
in the days of Asa. B.C. 951.
i Ki.is- 18 Asa sent thelin to Ben-hadad, the son of T.
TACHES
Hoops, loops, n pip qerasim.
Kxod26. 6 And thou shalt make fifty taches of gold
26. 6 couple the curtains together with . . taches
26. ii make fifty taches of brass, and put the ra.
26. 33 shalt hang up the veil under the taches
35. ii his tent, and his covering, his taches, and
36. 13 And he made fifty taches of gold, and
36. is coupled the curtains, .with the taches: so
36. 18 he made fifty taches (of) brass to couple
30. 33 all bis furniture, bis tadia*. biz boards
130
TACHMONITE 954 TAKE
TAOHMONITE, Jbgttn. See Adino.
An appellation of the first of David s valiant men ; in
i Chron. ii. ii he is called "The son of Hachmoni,"
i.e. a Hachmonite. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. 23. 8 Th T. that sat in the seat, chief among
TACKLING
I. Rope, cord, line, V^n chebel.
Isa. 33. 23 Thy tacklings are loosed ; they could not
.2. Apparatus or furniture of a ship, a-Ktvit skeue.
Acts 27. 19 cast out with our own hands the tackling
TAD -KOR, "ic-w, ( i Ki. 9. 18, V.L. nan).
A city rebuilt by Solomon, B.C. 1000, in the wilderness E.
of Gilead, between Damascus and the Euphrates, at the
foot of a range of chalky hills. About B.C. 333 its name
was changed to Palmyra; in A.D. 130 it submitted to
Hadrian ; in 260 Odenathus defeated Sapor king of
Persia here ; in 266 his wife Zenobia took the title of
Queen of the East ; in 272-273 Aurelian besieged and
took it ; in 527 Justinian I. rebuilt it ; in 1400 Tamer
lane plundered it; in 1691 its ruins were discovered by
Rome English merchants; in 1816 Forby and Mangles
visited it. Its ruins cover several miles ; it has an
immense temple of the sun, and out of 390 columns 90
still remain ; it lies on the great highway of traffic
between Palestine and Thapsachus on the Euphrates.
1 Ki. 9. 18 Baalath, and T. in the wilderness, in the
2 Ch. 8. 4 he built T. in the wilderness, and all the
TA -HAW, |~n yraciousness.
1. A son of Ephraim. B.C. 1600.
Num26. 35 of T., the family of the Tahanites
2. A descendant of the same in the fourth generation.
B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 7. 25 Resheph, andTelah his son, and T. his sou
TAHANITES, >;D?.
The family of Tahan son of Ephraim.
Nuni26. 33 Ephraim. .of Tahan, the family of the T.
TA-HA-PA -NES, TAH-PAN -HES, cnjgns.
A city in Egypt on the Nile, near Peluslum, on the S.
extremity of Palestine; called in the LXX. Taphne or
Taphnai, and by classical writers Daphne, and now Tell
Defenneh. Thither many Jews fled from the Chaldeans,
carrying with them b.y force Jeremiah andBaruch See
Tehaphnehes. (Jer. 2.16, v L. DJEnn.)
Jer. 2. 16 Noph and T have broken the crown of thy
43. 7 So they came, .thus came they (even) to T.
43. 8 Then cametheword. .unto Jeremiah in T.
43. 9 at the entry of Pharaoh s house in T., in
44. i all the Jews, .which dwell, .at T., and at
46. 14 Declare ye., and publish in NophandinT.
TA -HATH, nnn depression, humility.
1. The twenty-seventh station of Israel from Egypt, and
the eleventh from Sinai ; between Makheloth and Tarah.
Num33. cS And they removed, .and encamped at T.
33. 27 they departed from T., and pitched at
2. A Kohathite, son of Assir, and father of Uriel. B.C.
1480.
i Ch. 6. 24 T. his son, Uriel his son, Uzziah his son
6. 37 The son of T , the son of Assir, the son of
8. Grandson of Shuthelah the son of Ephraim. B c.
1600.
i Ch. 7. 20 Bered his son, and T his son, and Eladah
4. A grandson of the preceding
i Ch. 7. 20 and Eladah hia son, and T his son
TAH-PE -NES, C\!9rm.
Queen of Pharaoh king of Egypt in the days of Solomon.
B.C. looo. Her sister became wife of Hadad, a descen
dant of the kings of Syria and an adversary of Solomon.
i Ki. 1 1. 19 he gave him to wife, .the sister of T the
ii. 20 the sister of T bare him Genubathhisson
11. 20 whom T. weaned in Pharaoh s liouse and
TAH-RE -A, innri flight. See Tarea.
Ssn of Micah, grandson of Jonathan son of Saul. B 0.
MOO.
1 Ch. 9. 41 the sons of Micah (were). Pithon. and. T.
TAH -TIM HOD -SHI, piri D JpnB.
A district X. of Gilead, in the extremity of Bashan ;
mentioned with Dan jaan and Sidon.
2 Sa. 24. 6 They came to Gilead, and to the land of T
TAIL
I. Tail, rear, 3jt zanab .
Exod. 4 . 4 Put forth thine hand, .take it by the tail
Deut28. 13 shall make thee the head, and not the ta.
28. 44 he shall be the head, and thou. . the tail
Judg 1 5. 4 took fire brands, and turned tail to tail
15. 4 put a fire brand in. .between two tails
Job 40. 17 He moveth his tail like a cedar: the sine.
Isa. 7. 4 neither be faint hearted for the two tails
9. 14 will cut off from Israel head and tail, br
g. 15 prophet that teacheth lies, he (is) the tail
19. 15 which the head or tail, branch orrush, may
2..1 tail, ovpd oura.
Rev. 9. 10 And they had tails like unto scorpions
9. 10 there were stings in their tails : and their
9. 19 their power is.. in their tails: fortheirta.
12. 4 his tail drew the third part of the stars of
TAKE (away, up), to
1.7*1* cause to perish, destroy, i;x abad, 5.
Jer. 25. 10 I will take from them the voice of mirth
2.7*0 lay hold, inx achaz.
Exod. 4. 4 Put forth thine hand, and take it bj the
Judgi6. 3 took the doors of the gate of the city, and
16. 21 the Philistines took him, and put out hia
20. 6 I took my concubine, and cut ker in piec.
2 Sa. 20. 9 Joab took Amasa by the beard with the
Job 16. 12 he hath also taken (me) by my neck, and
18. 9 The gin shall take (him) by the heel, (and)
Psa.137. 9 Happy (shall he be), that taketh and das.
Jer. 13.21 shall not sorrows take thee, as a woman in
49. 24 sorrows have taken her, as a woman in tr.
3. To gather, ipx asaph.
Gen. 30. 23 and said, God hath taken away my repr.
Josh. 20. 4 they shall take him into the city unto th.
1 Sa. 14. 52 when Saul saw any strong man. .he took
Psa. 27. 10 forsake me, then the LORD will take me
85. 3 Thou hast taken away all thy wrath : thou
104. 29 thou takest away their breath, they die
Isa. 4. i let us be called by thy name, to take aw.
Jer. 16. 5 I have taken away my peace from this pe.
4. To keep back, lay up, S^ix atsal.
Numn. 17 I will take of the spirit which (is) upon
5.7*0 keep back, hytf atsal, 5.
Nuraii. 25 took of the spirit that (was) upon him, and
6. To cause to go or come in, Kia bo, 5.
Isa. 16. 3 Take counsel, execute judgment ; make
7. To spoil, prey, seize, plunder, 115 bazaz.
Dent 20. 14 the spoil thereof, shalt thou take unto
2 Ch.2o. 25 his people came to take away the spoil of
25. 13 smote three thousand of them, and took
28. 8 took also away much spoilfrom them, and
Isa. 10. 6 to take the prey, and to tread them down
33. 23 then is the prey, .divided ; the lame take
Eze. 29. 19 take her prey ; and it shall be the wages
38. 12 to take a prey; to turn thine hand upon
38. 13 hast thou gathered thy company to take
8. To burn, consume, feed, pasture, ij, ? baar, 3.
Deut26. 14 neither have I taken away (ought) thereof
2 Sa. 4. ii shall I not. .take you away from the earth?
1 Ki.i4. 10 will take away the remnant of the house
14. 10 as a man taketh away dung, till it be all
21. 21 will take away thy posterity, and will cut
2 Ch.ig. 3 thou hast taken away the groves out of
9. To cause to burn, consume, lyj baar, 5.
1 Ki.i6. 3 I will take away the posterity of Baasha
10. To cast or take out, nia gazah.
Psa. 71. 6 he that took me out of my mother s bow.
11. To take violently away, rob, plunder, Via gazal.
Psa. 69. 4 then I restored (that) which I took not
Isa. 10. 2 to take away the right from the poor of
12.7*0 cleave, adhere to, pursue, pyj dabeq.
Gen. 19. 19 I cannot escape, .lest some evil take me
13. TV take away, ~:n hagah.
Prov 25. 4 Take away the dross from the silver, and
25. 5 Take away the wicked (from) before the
14.77o take or keep fast hold, p]ri chaxaq, 5.
Deut 25. ii putteth forth her hand, and taketh him
Judg 19. 25 the man took his concubine, and brought
2 Sa. 15. 5 he put forth his hand, and took him. and
2 Ch.28. 15 took the captives, and with the spoil clo.
Prov26. 17 (is like) one that taketh a dog by the ears
Isa. 41. 9 (Thou) whom I have taken from the ends
51. 18 neither (is there any) that taketh her by
Jer. 31. 32 I took them by the hand, to bring them
Mic. 4. 9 pangs have taken thee as a woman in tra.
15. To drain out, away, pVij chalats, 3.
Lev. 14. 40 priest shall command that they take away
14. 43 after that he hath taken away the stones
16. To make bare, draw up or out, r\yn chasaph.
Isa. 30. 14 or to take water (withal) out of the pit
17. To take away, put, nprs chathah.
Psa. 52. 5 he shall take thee away, and pluck thee
Prov. 6. 27 Can a man take flre in his bosom, and his
Isa. 30. 14 shall not be found, .a sherd to take fire
18.7*0 snatch away, catch. r\nn chathaph.
Job 9. 12 he taketh away.whocan hinder him? who
19. To give, 3,v yahab.
Deut. i. 13 Take you wise men, and understanding
20. To cause to go on, ^7] yalak, 5.
Exod. 2. 9 Take this child away, and nurse it forme
21.7*0 sit down or still, aip; yashab, 5.
Ezra 10. 2 have taken strange wives of the people of
10. 10 have taken strange wives, to increase the
10. 14 let all them which have taken strange wi.
10. 17 with all the men that had taken strange
10. 10 there were found that had taken strauga
22. 7*o capture, take, 13^ lakad.
Num2i. 32 they took tjs villages thereof, and drove
32. 39 took it, and dispossessed the Amorite wh.
32. 41 went and took the small towns thereof .
32. 42 Nobah went and took Kenath, and the
Deut. 2. 34 we took all his cities at that time, and
2. 35 Only, .the spoil of the cities which we to.
3. 4 we took all his cities at that time, there
Joali. 6. 20 the people went, .and they took the city
7. 14 the tribe which the LORD taketh shall
7. 14 the family which the LORD shall take sh.
7. 14 the household which the LORD shall take
7. 17 he took the family of theZarhites: and ho
8. 19 they entered into the city, and took it, and
8. 21 Israel saw that the ambush had taken the
10. i Jobhua had token Ai, aud had utterly de.
Josh o. 28 Joshua took Makkedah, and smote it wi.
32 which took it on the second day, and sm.
35 they took it on that day, and smote it with
37 they took it, and smote it with the edge
39 he took it, and the king thereof, and all
42 these kings and their land did Joshua ta.
10 took Hazar, and smote the king thereof
12 the kings of them, did Joshua take, and
17 all their kings he took, and smote them
16 He that smiteth Kirjath-sepher, and tak.
17 the son of Kenez, the brother of Caleb, to.
,. 47 took it, and smote it with the edge of the
Judg. i. 8 had taken it, aud smitten it with the ed.
i. 12 fle that smiteth Kirjath-sepher, and tak.
i. 13 AndOthniel. .Galeb s younger brother, to
1. 18 Judah took Gaza with the coast thereof
3. 28 took the fords of Jodan toward lloab, and
7. 24 take before them the waters uuto Beth-b.
7. 24 took the waters unto Beth-barah and Jo.
7. 25 they took two princes of the Midianites
8. 12 took the two kings of Midian, Zebah and
9. 45 he took the city, and slew the people that
9. 50 and encamped against Thebez, and took
11. 5 the Gileadites took the passages of Jordan
1 Sa. 14. 47 Saul took the kingdom over Israel, and
2 Sa. 5. 7 David took the strong hold of Zion : the
8. 4 David took from him a thousand (chariots)
12. 26 fought against Kabbah, .and took the ro.
12. 27 I have fought against Kabbah, and have t.
12. 28 take it : lest I take the city, and it be ca
12. 29 to Kabbah, and fought against it, and took
1 Ki. 9. 16 Pharaoh, .had gone up and taken Gezer
2 Ki. 12. 17 went up, and fought against Gath.and t.
17. 6 the king of Assyria took Samaria, and ca.
18. 10 at the end of three years they took it; (ev.)
1 Ch.n. 5 David took the castle of Zion, which (is)
18. 4 David took from him a thousand chariots
2 Ch. 1 2. 4 he took the fenced cities which (pertained)
13. 19 pursued after Jeroboam, and took cities
15. 8 out of the cities which he had taken from
17. 2 the cities, .which Asa his father had tak.
28. 18 had taken Beth-shemesh, and Ajalon, and
32. 18 to trouble them, that they might take the
33. ii which took Manasseh among the thorns
Neh. 9. 25 they took strong cities, and a fat land, and
Job 5.13 He taketh the wise in their own craftiness
Prov. 5. 22 His own iniquities shall take the wicked
1 6. 32 he that ruleth his spirit than he that ta.
Isa. 20. i and fought against Ashdod, and took it
Jer. 1 8. 22 they have digged a pit to take me, and hid
32. 3, 28 king of Babylon, and he shall take it
32. 24 they are come unto the city to take it ; and
34. 22 they shall fight against it, and take it, and
37. 8 light against this city, and take it, and bu.
38. 3 king of Babylon s army, which shall take
Dan. ii. 15 cast up a mount, and take the most fen.
ii. 18 After this shall he. .take many: but apr.
Amos 3. 4 will a young lion cry. .if he have taken
3. 5 a snare, .aud have taken nothing at all .
Hab. i. 10 for they shall heap dust, and take it
23. 7*o take, receive, np^> laqach.
Gen. 2. 15 God took the man, and put him into the
s.ai he took one of his ribs, and closed up the
2. 22 the rib, which the LORD God had taken
3. 6 she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat
3. 22 lest he put forth his hand, and take also
4. 19 Lamech took unto him two wives : the
5. 24 And Enoch, .he (was) not; for God took
6. 2 they took them wives of all which they
6. 21 take thou unto thee of all food that is ea.
7. 2 Of every clean beast thou shalt take toth.
8. 9 he put forth his hand, and took her, and
8. 20 took of every clean beast, and of every cl.
9. 23 Japheth took a garment, and laid (it) up.
ii. 29 Abram and Nahor took them wives: the
11. 31 Terah took Abram his son, and Lot the
12. 5 Abram took Sarai his wife, and Lot his
12. 19 so I might have taken her to me to wife
12. 19 therefore behold thy wife, take (her) and
14. ii they took all the goods of Sodom and Go.
(4. 12 they took Lot Abram s brother s son, who
14. 21 Give me the persons, and take the goods
14. 23 I will not take any thing that (is) thine
14.24 EshcolandMamre; let them take their po.
15. 9 Take me an heifer of three years old, and
15. 10 he took unto him all these, and divided
16. 3 Abram s wife, took Hagar her maid, the
7. 23 Abraham took Ishmael his son, and all
18. 8 he took butter, and milk, and the calf wh.
19. 15 take thy wife, and thy,two daughters, whi.
20. 2 Abimelech king of Gerar sent and took 3.
20. 3 for the woman which thou hast taken
20. 14 Abimelech took sheep and oxen, and men.
21. 14 took bread and abotUeof water, _and gave
21. 21 his mother took him a wife out of the land
si. 27 Abraham took sheep, and oxen, and gave
21. 30 (these) seven ewe lambs shalt thou take
22. 2 Take now thy son, thine only (son) Isaac
22. 3 took two of his young men with him, and
2. 6 Abraham took the wood of the burnt off.
22. 6 and he took the flre in his hand, and akn.
22. 10 And Abraham . . took the knife to slay hit
22. 13 Abraham wentand took the ram, and off.
23. 13 take (it) of me, and I will bury my dead
24. 3 thou shalt not take a wife unto my son of
24. 4 thou shalt go. .and take a wife unto my
24. 7 The LORD God of heaven, which took mo
.4. 7 thou shalt take a wife unto my sou from
24. 10 the servant took ten camels of the camels
24.22 the man took a golden ear ring of half a sh.
34. 37 Thou shalt not take a wife to my son of
TAKE
Gen. 24. sSthoushaltgo. .and take a wifeuntomyson
24. 40 thou shall take a wife for my son of myjki.
34. 48 had led me in the right way to take my
24. 51 Rebekah (is) before thee, take (her), and
24. 61 the servant took Rebekah, and went his
24. 65 therefore she took a veil, and covered her.
24. 67 and took Rebekah, and she became his
25. i Abraham took a wife, and her name (was)
25. 20 Isaac was forty years old when he took
26. 34 he took to wife Judith the daughter of
27. 15 Rebekah took goodly raiment of her eld.
27. 35 Thy brother, .hath taken away thy bless.
27. 36 he took away my birthright ; and, behold
27. 36 now he hath takon away my blessing
27. 46 if Jacob take a wife of the daughters of
28. i, 6 Thou shalt not take a wife of the dau.
28. 2 take thee a wife from thence of the dau.
28. 6 sent him away . . to take him a wife from
28. 9 took unto the wives which he had Maha.
28. ii he took of the stones of that place, and
28. 18 took the stone that he had put (for) his
29. 23 he took Leah his daughter, and brought
30. 9 she took Zilpah her maid, and gave her
30. 15 (Is it) a small matter that thou hast taken
30. 15 and wouldest thou take away my son s
30. 37 Jacob took him rods of green poplar, and
31. i Jacob hath taken away all that (was) our
31. 23 he took his brethren with him, and purs.
31. 32 discern thou what (is) thine .. and take (it)
31. 34 Rachel had taken the images, and putth.
31. 45 Jacob took a stone, and set it up (for) a
31. 46 and they took stones, and made an heap
31. 50 if thou shalt take (other) wives besides
32. 13 took of that which came to his hand a
32. -2-2 took his two wives, and his two women
32. 23 he took|them, and sent them over thebr.
33. ii Take, I pray thee, my blessing. .and he t.
34. 2 he took her, and lay with her, and deftled
34. 9 give your daughters unto us,and take our
34. 16 we will take your daughters to us, and
34. 17 then will we take our daughter, and we
34. 21 let us take their daughters to us for wi.
34. 25 Dinah s brethren, took each man his sw.
34. 26 took Dinah out of Shechem s house, and
34. 28 They took their sheep, and their oxen
36. 2 Esau took his wives of the daughters of
36. 6 Esau tookhis wives, and his sons, and his
37. 24 they took him, and cast him into a pit
37. 31 they took Joseph s coat, and killed a kid
38. 2 and he took her, and went in unto her
38. 6 Judahtook a wife for Er his first born, wh.
38. 23 Let her take (it) to her, lest we be shamed
38. 28 the midwife took and bound upon his h.
39. 20 Joseph s master took him, and put him
40. ii I took the grapes, and pressed them into
42. 24 took from them Simeon, and bound him
42. 33 take (food for) the famine of your house.
42. 36 Simeon (is) not, and ye will take Benjam.
43. ii take of the best fruits in the land in your
43. 12 take double money in your hand, and the
43. 13 Take also your brother, and arise, go ag.
43. 15 the men took thatpresent, and theytook
43. 1 8 fall upon us, and take us for bond men
44. 29 if ye take this also from me, and mischief
45. 18 takeyourfather, and your households, and
45. 19 take you wagons out of the land of Egypt
46. 6 they took their cattle, and their goods, wh.
47. 2 he took some of his brethren, (even) five
48. i he took with him his two sons, Manasseh
48. 13 Joseph took them both, Ephraim in his
48. 22 which I took out of the hand of the Am.
IvX.: J. 2. i there went a man. .and took (to wife) a d.
2. 3 she took for him an ark of bulrushes, and
2. 9 the woman took the child, and nursed it
4. 9 thou shalt take of the water of the river
4. 9 the water which thou ta_kest out of the ri.
4.17 thou shalt take this rod in thine hand.wh.
4. 20 Moses took his wife and his sons, and set
4. 20 and Moses took the rod of God in his ha.
4. 25 Zipporah took a sharp stone, and cut off
6. 7 I will take you to me for a people, and I
6. 20 Amram took him Jochebed his father s
6. 23 Aaron took him Elisheba, daughter of A.
6. 25 Aaron s son, took him (one) of the daugh.
7. 9 Take thy rod, and cast (it) before Pharaoh
7. 15 and the rod. .shalt thou take in thine ha.
7. 19 Take thy rod, and stretch out thine hand
9. 8 Take to you handfuls of ashes of the fur.
9. 10 they took ashes of the furnace, and stood
10. 26 for thereof must we take to serve the Lo.
12. 3 they shall take to them every man a lamb
12. 4 take (it) according to the number of the
12. 5 ye shall take (it) out from the sheep, or
12. 7 they shall take of the blood, and strike
12. 21 take you a lamb according to your famil.
12. 22 ye shall take a bunch of hyssop, and dip
12. 32 take your flocks and your herds, as ye ha.
13. 19 Moses took the bones of Joseph with him
14. 6 made ready his chariot, and took his peo.
14. 7 he took six hundred chosen chariots, and
14. ii hast thou taken us away to die in the wil.
15. 20 the sister of Aaron, took a timbrel in her
16. 16 take ye every man for (them) which (are)
16. 33 Take a pot, and put an omer full of man.
17. 5 and take with thee of the elders of Israel
17. 5 and thy rod . . take in thine hand, and go
17. 12 they took a stone, and put (it) under him
iS. 2, 12 And Jethro, Moses father in law, took
21. :o If he take him another (wife); her food
21.14 thou shalt take him from mine altar, that
2<. 8 thou shalt take no gift : for the gift blin.
24. 6 Mosei took half of the blood, and put (it]
955
Exod 24. 7 he took the book of the covenant, and re.
24. 8 Moses took the blood, and sprinkled (it)
25. 2 of every man. .ye shall take my offering
25. 3 this (is) the offering which ye shall take
28. 5 they shall take gold, and blue, and purple
28. 9 thou shalt take two onyx stones, and gra.
29. i Take one young bullock, and two rams
29. 5 thou shalt take the garments, and put up.
29. 7 Then shalt thou take the anointing oil
29. 12 thou shalt take of the blood of the bullo.
29. 13 thou shalt take all the fat that covcreth
29. 15 Thou shalt also take one ram ; and Aaron
29. 16 thou shalt take his blood, and sprinkle
29. 19 thou shalt take the other ram ; and Aar.
29. 20 Then shalt thou kill the ram, and take of
29. 21 thou shalt take of the blood that (is) upon
29. 22 thou shalt take of the ram the fat, and the
29. 26 thou shalt take the breast of the ram of
29. 31 thou shalt take the ram of the consecrat.
30. 16 thou shalt take the atonement money of
30. 23 Take thou also unto thee principal spices
10. 34 Take unto thee sweet spices, stacte, and
20 he took the calf which tliey had made, and
7 Moses took the tabernacle, and pitched
4 and took in his hand the two tables of st.
16 thou take of their daughters unto thy so.
5 Take ye from amongyou an offering unto
9 thou shalt take the anointing oil, and an.
20 he took and put the testimony into the
5 the priest that is anointed shall take of
25, 30, 34 the priest shall take of the blood
34 the heave shoulder have I taken of the ch.
2 Take Aaron and his sons with him, and
10 Moses took the anointing oil, and anoin.
15 Moses took the- blood, and put (it) upon
16 he took all the fat that (was) upon the in.
23 Moses took of the blood of it, and put (it)
25 he took the fat, and the rump, and all the
26 he took one unleavened cake, and a cake
28 Moses took them from olf their hands, and
29 Moses took the breast, and waved it (for)
30 Moses took of the anointing oil, and of the
2 Take thee a young calf for a sin offering
3 Take ye a kid of the goats for a sin offer.
15 took the goat, which (was) the sin offeri.
i the sons of Aaron, took either of them his
12 Take the meat offering that remaineth of
4 Then shall the priest command to take
6 he shall take it, and the cedar wood, and
to he shall take two he lambs without blem.
12 the priest shall take one he lamb, and off.
14, 15, 25 And the priest shall take (some) of
21 he shall take one lamb (for) a trespass off.
24 the priest shall take the lamb of the tresp.
42 they shall take other|stones, and put (them)
42 he shall take other mortar, and shall pla.
49 he shall take to cleanse the house two bi.
51 he shall take the cedar wood, and the.hy.
14 he shall take to him two turtle doves, or
29 she shall take unto her two turtles, or
5 he shall take of the congregation of the
7 he shall take the two goats, and present
12 he shall take a censer full of burning coals
14 he shall take of the blood of the bullock
18 shall take of the blood of the bullock, and
17 neither shalt thou take her son s daught.
18 Neither shalt thou take a wife to her sister
14 if amantake a wife and her mother, it (is)
17 if a man shall take his sister, his father s
21 if a man shall take his brother s wife, it
7 They shall not take a wife (that is) a wh.
7 neither shall they take a woman put aw.
13 And he shall take a wife in her virginity
14 A widow, .an harlot, these shall he not ta.
i4 ;he shall take a virgin of his own people to
40 ye shall take you on the first day the bo.
5 thou shalt take flue flour, and bake twelve
36 Take thou no usury of him, or increase
1 7 Aaron took these men which are expressed
12 I have taken the Levites from among the
4i>And thou shalt take the Levites for me
45 Take the Levites instead of all the first
47 Thou shalt even take five shekels a piece
49 Moses took the redemption money of them
50 Of the first born . . took he the money, a th.
9 they shall take a cloth of blue, and cover
12 they shall take all the instruments of mi.
17 the priest shall take holy water in an ea.
17 the priest shall take, and put (it) into the
25 the priest shall take the jealousy offering
1 8 shall take the hair of the head of his sep.
19 the priest shall take the sodden shoulder
5 Take (it) of them, that they may be to do
6 Moses took the wagons and the oxen, and
6 Take the Levites from among the childr.
8 let them take a young bullock, with his
8 another young bullock shalt thou take for
1 6 (instead of) the first born, .have I taken
1 8 I have taken the Levites for all the first
1 On the son of Peleth, sons of Reuben, took
6 Take you censers, Korah, and all his co.
. 17 take every man his censer, andputincense
. 1 8 they took every man his censer, and put
. 39 the priest took the brasen censers, where.
. 46 Take a censer, and put fire therein from
. 47 Aaron took as Moses commanded, and ran
2 take of every one of them a rod according
9 they looked, and took every man his rod
6 I have taken your brethren the Levites
. 26 When ye take of the children of Israel the
4 the priest shall take of her blood with his
6 the priest sha.ll take cedar wood, and hya.
32-
33-
34-
34-
35-
40.
40.
Lev. 4.
4-
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
8.
9-
9-
9-
10.
IO.
14-
14.
14.
14.
14.
14.
14-
14.
14-
14.
14.
IS
IS-
16.
16.
16.
16.
16.
18.
1 8.
so.
23.
24.
25.
Num. i.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
S.
5.
6.
6.
7.
7.
8.
8
8.
8.
8
16
16
16.
16.
16.
16.
16.
17.
17.
1 8.
18
19
TAKE
Q. 17 they shall take of the ashes of the burnt
19. 18 a clean person shall take hyssop, and dip
20. 8 Take the rod, and gather thou the assem.
20. 9 Moses took the rod from before the LoiiD
20. 25 Take Aaron and Eleazar his eon, and bring
21. 25 Israel took all these cities : and Israel dwe.
21. 26 taken all his land out of his hand, even un.
22. 41 Ualak took Balaam, and brought him up
23. ii I took thee to curse mine enemies, and
25. 4 Take all the heads of the people, and hang
23. 7 he rose up. .and took a javelin iu his hand
27. 18 Take thee Joshua the son of Nun, a man
27. 22 he took Joshua, and set him before Eleazar
31.11 they took all the spoil, and ull the prey
31. 29 Take (it) of their half, and give (it) unto
31. 30 thou shalt take one portion of fifty, of the
31. 47 Moses took one portion of fifty, (both) of
31. 51, 54 and Eleazar the prie.it took the gold of
34. 1 8 ye shall take one prince of every tribe, to
35- 3 1 J u shall take no satisfaction fur the life of
35- 3 2 ve shall take no satisfaction for him that
Deut. 1. 15 I took the chief of your tribes, wise men
i. 23 I took twelve men of you, one of a tribe
i. 25 they took of the fruit of the land in their
3. 4 And we took all his cities at that time
3. 4 there was not a city which we took not
3. 8 we took at that time out of the hand of the
3. 14 the son of Manasseh took all the country
4. 20 the LORD hath taken you, and brought you
4. 34 hath God assayed to go (and) take him a
7. 3 nor his daughter shalt thou take unto thy
7. 25 nor take (it) unto thee, lest thou be snar.
9. 21 I tookyoursin, the calf which ye had made
jo. 17 which regardeth not persons, nor taketh
15. 17 thou shalt take an awl, and thrust (it) thr
16. 19 shalt not respect persons, neither take a
20. 7 hath betrothed a wife, and hath not taken
20. 7 die in the battle, and another man take
21. 3 the elders of that city shall take an heifer
22. 6 thou shalt not tatoe the dam with the yon.
22. 7 let the dam go, and take the young toth.
22. 13 If any man take a wife, and go in unto
22. 14 I took this woman, and when I came to
22. 15 take and bring forth (the tokens of) the
22. 1 8 the elders of that city shall take that man
22. 30 A man shall not take his father s wife, nor
24. i When a man hath taken a wife, and ma.
24. 3 if the latter husband die, which took her
24. 4 may not take her again to be his wife, af.
24. 5 When a man hath taken a new wife, he
24. 5 shall cheer up his wife which he hath ta.
25. 5 shall go in unto her, and take her to him
25. 7 if the man like not to take his brother *
25. 8 (if)he stand (to it), and say, I like not to t.
26. 2 thou shalt take of the first of all the fruit
36. 4 the priest shall take the basket out of th.
27. 25 Cursed (be) he that taketh reward to slay
29. 8 we took their land, and gave it for an in.
31. 26 Take this book of the law, and put it in
32. ii spreadeth abroad her wings, taketh them
Josh. 2. 4 the woman took the two men, and hid th.
3. 12 take you twelve men out of the tribes of I.
4. 2 Take you twelve men out of the people
4. 20 twelve stones, which they took out of Jo.
6. 1 8 when ye take of the accursed thing, and
7. i Achan. .took of the accursed thing, and
7. ii they have even taken of the accursed th.
7. 21 I coveted them, and took them ; and, be.
7. 23 they took them out of the midst of the te.
7. 24 Joshua, .took Achan the son of Zerah, and
8. i take all the people of war with thee, and
8. 12 he took about five thousand men, and set
9. 4 took old sacks upon their asses, and wine
9. ii Takevictualswithyoufortheiourney.and
9. 14 the men took of their victuals, and asked
ii. 16 Joshua took all that land, the hills, and
ii. io,save the Hivites..all (other) they took in
ii. 23 Joshua took the whole land, according to
24. 3 I took your father Abraham from the ot.
24. 26 took a great stone, and set it up there un.
Judg. 3. 6 they took their daughters to be their wi.
3. 21 took the dagger from his right thigh, and
3. 25 they took a key, and opened (them), and
4. 6 take with thee ten thousand men of the
4. 21 Jael, Heber s wife, took a nail of the tent
5.19 The kings came . . they took no gain of mo.
6. 20 Take the flesh and the unleavened cakes
6. 25 Take thy father s young bullock, even the
6 26 take the second bullock, and offer a burnt
6. 27 Gideon took ten men of his servants, and
7 8 thepeopletookvictualsintheirhand.and
B! 16 he took the elders of the city, and thorns
8. 21 took away the ornaments that (were) on
o. 43 he took the people, and divided them into
9. 48 Abimelech took an ax in his hand, and cut
n! 13 Israel took away my land, when they came
ii. 15 Israel took not away the land of Moab, nor
13. 19 Manoah took a kid with a meat offering
14! 3 that thou goest to take a wife of the unc.
14. 8 after a time he returned to take her, and
14. 19 took their spoil, and gave change of gar.
15. 4 took firebrands, and turned tail to tail, and
15. 6 because he had taken his wife, and given
15. 15 put forth his hand and took it, and slew
16. 12 Delilah therefore took new ropes, and bp.
17 . 2 behold, the silver (is) with me; I took it
17. 4 his mother took two hundred (shekels) of
18. 17 came in thither, (and) took the graven im.
18. 20 he took the ephod, and the teraphim, and
1 8. 24 Ye have taken away my gods which I ma.
18. 27 they took (the things) which Micah had
19. i who took to him a concubine out of Beth-.
TAKE
Judgig. 28 the man took her (up) upon an ass, and the
19. 29 he took a kuife, and laid hold on his con.
20. 10 we will take ten men of an hundred thro.
Ruth 4. 2 he took ten men of the elders of the city
4. 13 Boaz took Kuth, and she washiswife : and
4. 16 Naomi took the child, and laid it in her
t Sa. 2. 14 all. .brought up the priest took for hims.
a. 16 and (then) take (as much) as thy soul desi.
1. 16 give (it me) now : and if not, I will take
5. i the Philistines took the ark of God, and
5. 2 the Philistines took the ark of God, they
5. 3 they took Dagon, and set him in his place
6. 7 take two milch kine, on which there hath
6. 8 take the ark of the LORD, and lay it upon
6. 10 took two milch kine, and tied them to the
7. 9 Samuel took a sucking lamb, and offered
7. 12 Samuel took a stone, and set (It)between
7. 14 the cities which the Philistines had taken
8. 3 turned aside after lucre, and took bribes
8. ii He will take your sons, and appoint (them)
8. 13 he will take your daughters (to be)coufe.
8. 14 he will take your Belds, and your vineyards
8. 16 he will take your men servants, and your
9. 3 Take now one of the servants with thee
9. 22 took Saul and his servant, and brought
10. i Samuel took a vial of oil, and poured (it)
11. 7 he took a yoke of oxen, and hewed them
12. 3 ox have I taken? or whose ass have I ta.?
12. 4 neither hastthou taken oughtof any man s
14. 32 flew upon the spoil, and took sheep, and
15. 21 the people took of the spoil, sheep and ox.
16. 2 Take an heifer with thee, and say, I am
it . 13 Samuel took the horn of oil, and anointed
16. 20 Jesse took an ass (laden) with bread, and
16. 23 David took an harp, and played with his
17. 17 Take now for thy brethren an ephah of
17. 18 look how thy brethren fare, and taketh.
17. 40 he took his staff in his hand, and chose
17. 49 took thence a stone, and slang (it), and s.
17. 51 stood upon the Philistine, and took his sw.
17. 54 David took the head of the Philistine, and
17. 57 Abner took him, and brought him before
18. 2 Saul took him that day, and would let him
19. 13 Michal took an image, and laid (it) in the
19. 14 when Saul sent messengers to take David
19. 20 Saul sent messengers to take David : and
20. 21 the arrows (are) on this side of thee, take
21. 9 if thou wilt take that, take (it) ; for (there
24. 2 Saul took three thousand chosen men out
24. ii yet thou huntest my soul to take it
25. ii Shall I then take my bread, and my water
25. 18 Abigail made haste, and took twohundr.
25. 39 communed with Abigail, to take her to
25. 40 David sent us unto thee, to take thee to
25. 43 David also took Ahinoam of Jezreel ; and
26. 1 1 take thou now the spear that (is) at his
26. 12 David took the spear and thecrugeof wa.
27. 9 took away the sheep, and the oxen, and
28. 24 killed it, and took flour, and kneaded (it)
30. 16 the great spoil that they had taken out of
30. 19 nor any (thing) that they had taken to th.
30. 20 David took all the flocks and the herds
31. 4 Therefore Saul took a sword, and fell up.
31. 12 went all night, and took the body of Saul
31. 13 they took their bones, and buried (them)
2 Sa. 1. 10 I took the crown that (was) upon his head
2. 8 Abner. .took Ish bosheth the son of Saul
2. 21 lay thee hold on one. .and take thee his
3. 15 Ish-bosheth sent, and took her from (her)
4. 7 beheaded him, and took his head, and g.
4. 12 they took the head of Ish-bosheth, and bu.
5. 13 David took (him) more concubines and
7. 8 I took thee from the sheep cote, from fo
8. i David took Metheg-ammah out of the ha.
8. 7 David took the shields of gold that were
8. 8 king David took exceeding much brass
10. 4 Hanun took David s servants, and shaved
11. 4 David sent messengers, and took her and
12. 4 he spared to take of his own flock, and of
12. 4 took the poor man s lamb, and dressed it
12 9 hast taken his wife (to be) thy wife, and
12. 10 hast taken the wife of Uriah the Hittite
12. n I will take thy wives before thine eyes, and
12. 30 he took their king s crown from off his he.
13. 8 she took flour, and kneaded (it), and ma.
13. 9 she took a pan, and poured (them)out be
13. 10 Tamar took the cakes which she had ma
17. 19 the woman took and spread a covering
18. 14 he took three darts in his hand, and thr.
18. 17 they took Absalom, and cast him into a
18. 1 8 Absalom in his life time had taken and
19. 30 let him take all, forasmuch as my lord
20. 3 the king took the ten women (his) concu
20. 6 take thou thy lord s servants, and pursue
21. 8 the king took the two sons of Rizpah the
21. 10 the daughter of Aiah took sackcloth, and
21. 12 David went and took the bones of Saul
22. 17 He sent from above, he took me; he drew
23. 6 because they cannot betaken with hands
24. 22 Let my lord the king take and offerup wh.
1 Ki. i. 33 Take with you the servants of your lord
i. 39 the priest took an horn of oil out of the
3. i took Pharaoh s daughter, andbroughther
3. 20 she arose at midnight, and took my son
4. 15 he also took Basmath the daughter of S.
7. 8 Pharaoh s daughter, whom he had taken
n. 18 they took men with them out of Paran
ii. 31 he said to Jeroboam, Take thee ten pieces
ii. 34 I will not take the whole kingdom out of
ii. 35 I will take the kingdom out of his son s
ii. 37 I will take thee, and thou shalt reign ac.
14- 3 take with thee ten loaves, and cracknels
956
1 EU.U4/26 he took away the treasures of the house
14. 26 he even took away all : and he took away
15. 1 8 Asa took all the silver and the gold (that
1 6. 31 he took to wife Jezebel, the daughter of
17. 19 he took him out of her bosom, and carr.
17. 23 Elijah took the child, and brought him
18. 4 Obadiah took an hundred prophets, and
18. 26 they took the bullock which was given
1 8. 31 Elijah took twelve stones, according to
19. 4 take away my life ; for I (am) not better
- 19. 10, 14 and they seek my life, to take it away
19. 21 took a yoke of oxen, and slew them, and
20. 6 they shall put (it) in their hand, and take
20. 34 The cities which my father took from thy
22. 3 we (be) still, (and) take it not out of the
22. 26 Take Micaiah, and carry him back unto
2 Ki. 2. 3, 5 the LORD will take away thy master
2. 8 Elijah took his mantle, and wrapped (it)
2. 12 he took hold of his own clothes, and rent
2. 14 he took the mantle of Elijah that fell from
3. 26 he took with him seven hundred men that
3. 27 he took his eldest son, that should have
4. i the creditor is come to take unto him my
4. 29 Gird up thy loins, and take my staff in th.
5. 5 he departed, and took with him ten tale.
5. 15 therefore, I pray thee, take a blessing of
5. 16 And he urged him to take (it); but he re.
5. 20 I will run after him, and take somewhat
5. 23 And Naaman said, Be content, take two
5. 24 he took (them) from their hand, and besto.
6. 2 Let us go . . and take thence every man a
6. 7 And he put out his hand, and took it
7. 13 Let (some) take, I pray thee, flve of the
7. 14 They took therefore two chariot horses
8. 8 Take a present in thine hand, and go, meet
8. 9 Hazael went to meet him, and took a pr.
8. 15 he took a thick cloth, and dipped (it) in
9. i Gird up thy loins, and take this box of oil
9. 3 take the box of oil, and pour (it) on his
9. 13 they hasted, and took every man his gar.
9. 17 Take an horseman, and send to meet them
10. 6 take ye the heads of the men your master s
10. 7 they took the king s sons, and slew seventy
11. 2 Jehosheba . . took Joashthesonof Ahaziah
ii. 9 they took every man his men that were
11. 19 he took the rulers over hundreds, and the
12. 5 Let the priests take (it) to them, every man
12. 9 the priest took a chest, and bored a hole
12. 18 Jehoash king of Judah took all the hall.
13. 75 Take bow and arrows: and he took unto
13. 1 8 And he said, Take the arrows; and he took
13. 25 the son of .Tehoahaz took again out of the
13. 2s the cities which he had taken out of the
14. 14 he took all the gold and silver, and all the
14. 21 the people of Judah took Azariah, which
15. 29 took Ijon, and Abel-beth-maachah, and
16. 8 Ahaz took the silver and gold (that was)
18. 32 Until I come and take you away to a land
jo. - Take a lump of figs. And they took and
20. 18 thy sons, .shall they take away; and they
23. 16 sent, and took the bones out of the sepul.
23. 30 the people of the land took Jehoahaz the
23. 34 made Eliakim. .king, .and took Jehoahaz
24. 7 the king of Babylon had taken from the
24. 12 the kingof Babylon took him in the eighth
25. 14 all the vessels of brass . . took they away
25. 15 fire pans, .the captain of the guard took
25. 1 8 the captain of the guard took Serai ah the
25. 19 he took an officer that was set over the men
25. 20 Nebuzar-adan . .took these, and brought
1 Ch. 2. 19 Caleb took unto him Ephrath, which bare
2. 23he took Geshur, and Aram, with the towns
4. 18 daughter of Pharaoh, which llered took
7. 15 Machirtookto wife (the sister) of Huppim
/. 21 they came down to take away their cattle
10. 4 So Saul took a sword, and fell upon it
14. 3 And David took more wives at Jerusalem
17. 7 I took thee from the sheep cote, (even)fr.
1 8. i subdued them, and took Gath and her to.
1 8. 7 David took the shields of gold that were
19. 4 Hanun took David s servants, and shaved
20. 2 David took the crown of their king from
21. 23 Take (it) to thee, and let my lord the king
2 Ch. 8. 1 8 took thence four hundred and fifty talents
11. 1 8 Rehoboam took him Mahalath the daugh.
11. 20 after her hetookMaachahthe daughter of
12. 9 took away the treasures of the house of
12. 9 the treasures of the king s house; he took
16. 6 Asa the king took all Judah; and they ca.
18. 25 Take ye Micaiah, and carry him back to
22. ii Jehoshabeath. .took Joash the son of Ah.
23. i strengthened himself, and took the capt.
23. 8 took every man his men that were to come
23. 20 he took the captains of hundreds, and the
26. i the people ofJudah took Uzziah, who (was)
36. i the people of the land took Jehoahaz the
36. 4 Necho took Jehoahaz his brother, and ca.
Ezra 2. 6 1 which took a wife of the daughters of Ba.
Nell. 5. 2 we take up corn (for them), that we may
5. 15 had taken of them bread and wine, besi.
6. iS Johauan had taken the daughter of Mes.
7. 63 which took (one) of the daughters of Bar.
10. 30 nor take their daughters for our sons
Esth. 2. 7 whom Mordecai. .took for his own daugh.
2. 15 Mordecai, who had taken her for his da.
6. 10 Make haste, (and) take the apparel and
6. a Then took Haman the apparel and the ho.
Job 1.15 the Sabeans fell (upon them), and took th
1. 21 the LORD gave, and the LORD hath take
2. 8 he took him a potsherd to scrape himself
5. 5 the hungry eateth up, and taketh it even
12. 20 taketh away the understanding of the ag.
TAKE
Job 38. 20 That thou shouldest take it to the bound
40. 24 He taketh it with his eyes; (his) nose pie.
41. 4 wilt thou take him for a servant for evert
42. 8 take unto you now seven bullocks and so.
Psa. 15. 5 nor taketh reward against the innocent
18. 16 He sent from above, he took me, he drew
31. 13 while, .they devised to take away my life
50. 9 I will take no bullock out of thy house
51.11 Cast me not away . .take not thy Holy Sp.
78. 70 He chose David . .and took him from the
109. 8 Let his days be few. .let another take his
Prov. i. 19 (which) taketh away the life of the own.
6. 25 neither let her take thee with her eyelids
7. 20 He hath taken a bag of money with him
17. 23 A wicked (man) taketh a gift out of the
20. 16 Take his garment that is surety (for) ast.
22. 27 why should he take away thy bed from
27. 13 Take his garment that is surety fora stra,
Isa. 6. 6 (which) he had taken with the tongs from
8. i Take thee agreat roll, and write in it with
14. 2 the people shall take them, and bringth.
23. 16 Take an harp, go about the city, thou ha.
28. 19 the time that it goeth forth it shall take
36. 17 Until I come and take you away to aland
39. 7 thy sons, .shall they take away ; and they
44. 14 taketh the cypress and the oak, which he
44. 15 he will take thereof, and warm himself
47. 2 Take the millstones, and grind meal : un.
47. 3 I will take vengeance, and I will not me.
51. 22 1 have taken out of thine hand the cup
57. 13 vanity shall take (them) : but he that put.
66. 21 1 will also take of them for priests, (and)
Jer 3. 14 I will take you one of a city, and two of
13. 4 Take the girdle that thou hast got, which
13. 6 go to Euphrates, and take the girdle from
13. 7 tookthe girdle from the place where I had
15. 15 take me not away in thy long suffering
16. 2 Thou shalt not take thee a wife, neither
20. 5 which shall spoil them, and take them
20. 10 and we shall take our revenge on him
25. 9 I willlsend and take all the families of the
25. 15 Take the wine cup of this fury at my na
25. 17 Then took I the cup at the LORD S ha:id
25. 28 if they refuse to take the cup at thine ha
27. 20 Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon took not
28. 3 Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon took aw.
28. 10 the prophet took the yoke from off tnepr.
29. 6 Take ye wives, and beget sons and dau.
29. 6 take wives for your sons, and give your
32. ii I took the evidence of the purchase, (both)
32. 14 Take these evidences, this evidence of ths
33. 16 I will not take (any) of his seed (to be) ru.
35. 3 I took Jaazaniah the son of Jeremiah, the
36. 2 Take thee a roll of a book, and write th.
36. 14 Take in thine hand the roll wherein tfiou
36. 14 So Baruch. .took the roll in his hand
36. 21 he took it out of Elishama the scribe s ch.
36. 26 to take Baruch the scribe, and Jeremiah
36. 28 Take thee again another roll, and write
36. 32 Then took Jeremiah another roll, andga.
37. 17 Then Zedekiah the king sent, and took
38. 6 Then took they Jeremiah, and cast him
38. 10 Take from hence thirty men with thee
38. ii Ebed melechtook the men with him, and
38. ii took thence old cast clouts and old rotten
38. 14 the king sent, and took Jeremiah the pr.
39. 5 when they had taken him, they brought
39. 12 Take him, and look well to him, and do
39. 14 they sent, and took Jeremiah out of the
40. i when he had taken him, being bound in
40. 2 the captain of the guard took Jeremiah
41. 12 they took all the men, and went to flght
41. 16 Then took Johanan the sonof Kareah, and
43. 5 the captains of the forces, took all the re.
43. 9 Take great stones in thine hand, and^iide
43. 10 I will send and take Nebuchadrezzar the
44. 12 I will take the remnant of Judah, that ha.
46. ii take balm, O virgin, the daughter of Eg.
49. 29 their flocks shall they take away: they
51. 8 take balm for her pain, if so be she may
51. 26 they shall not take of thee a stone for a
52. 1 8 all the vessels of brass, .took they away
52. 19 silver took the captain of the guard aw.
52. 24 the captain of the guard took Seraiah the
52. 25 He took also out of the city an eunuch
52. 26 the captain of the guard took them, and
Eze. 3. 14 the spirit lifted me up, and took me aw.
4. i son of man. take thee a tile, and lay it be.
4. 3 take thou unto thee an iron pan, and set
4. 9 Take thou also unto thee wheat, and ba.
5. i take thee a sharp knife, take thee a bar.
5. i take thee balances to weigh, and divide
5. 2 thou shalt take a third part, (and) smite
5. 3 Thou shalt also take thereof a few in nu.
5. 4 take of them again, and cast them into the
8. 3 put forth the form of an hand, and took
10. 6 Take fire from between the wheels, from
10. 7 clothed withliuen ; who took (it), and we.
15. 3 or will (men) take a pin of it to hang any
i6. i6 of thy garments thou didst take, and de.
16. 17 Thou hast also taken thy fair jewels of
16. 18 tookest thy broidered garments, and cov.
16. 20 thou hast taken thy sons and thy dangh.
16. 32 (which) taketh strangers instead of her
16. 39 shall take thy fair jewels, and leave thee
17. 3 and took the highest branch of the cedar
17. 5 He took also of the seed of the land, and
17. 12 hath taken the king thereof, and the pri.
17. 13 And hath taken of the king s seed, and
17. 13 he hath also taken the mighty of the land
17. 22 I will also .take of the highest branch of
18. 8 neither hath taken any increase, (that)
TAKE 957 TAKE
Eze. 18. 13 given forth upon usury, and hath taken
19. 5 she took another of her whelps, (and) ma.
22. 12 taken gifts to shed, blood; thou hast tak.
22. 12 thou hast taken usury and increase, and
22. 16 thou slialt take thiue inheritance m thy
22. 25 they have taken the treasure and precious
23 10 they took her sons and Her daughters, and
2} 25 they shall take thy sons and thy daughters
23 26 They shall also . .take away thy fair jew.
23. 29 shall take away all thy labour and shall
24 I Take the choice of the,Hock, and burn also
24 1 6 I takeaway from thee the desire of thine
24 2 * the day when I take from them their str.
27 5 they have taken cedars from Lebanon to
30 4 they shall take away her multitude, and
33. 2 if the peopleof the land take a man of th.
[. 4 whosoever heareth . .and taketh not war.
4 if the sword come and take him away
33. 6 if the sword come and take (any) person
36. 24 I will take you from among the heathen
37. 16 take thee one stick, and write uponit, For
37. 16 take another stick, and write upon it, For
37. 19 I will take the stick of Joseph, which(is)
37. 21 I will take the children of Israel fromam.
38. 13 silver and gold, to take away cattle and
43. 20 thou shalt take of the blood thereof, and
43. 21 Thou shalt take the bullock also of the
44. 22 Neither shall they take lor their wives a
44. 22 they shall take maidens of the seed of the
45. 18 thou shalt take a young b ullock without bl.
45. 19 the priest shall take of the blood of the
46. 18 the prince shall not take of the people s
Hos. i. 2 take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and
1. 3 he went and took Gpmer the daughter of
2. 9 take away my corn in the time thereof
4. ii and wine and new wine take away the he.
ii. 3 I taught Ephraim also to go, taking them
13. ii I gave thee a king, .and took (him) away
14. 2 Take with you words, and turn to the L.
Joel 3. 5 ye have taken my silver and my gold, and
Amos 5. ii and ye take from him burdens of wheat
5. 12 they take a bribe and they turn aside the
6. 13 Have we not taken to us horns by our own
7. 15 the LORD took me as 1 followed the flock
9. 2 into hell, thence sliall minehand take th.
9. 3 i will search and take them out thence
Jon. 4. 3 take, I beseech thee, my life from me, for
Mic. 2. 9 from their children have ye taken away
Hag 2. 23 In that day . .will I take thee, O Zerubb.
Zech. 6. TO Take of (them of) the captivity, (even) of
6. 1 1 take silver and gold, and make crowns, and
ii. 7 I took unto me two staves; the one I cal
ii. 10 I took my staff, (even) Beauty, and cut it
11. 13 I took the thirty (pieces) of silver, and ca.
11.15 Take unto thee yet the instruments of a
14. ai they that sacrifice shall come and take of
21. To feel, touch, e>?D mush, 5
Jixodi3. 22 He took not away the pillar of) the cloud
25. To lift up, lay on, ^DJ natal.
Isa. 40. 15 he taketh up the isles as a very little thing
26. Separate self, cease (?), JQ [sug, 2 ; A.v. as
from nasarf], Mic. 2. 6.
27. To (cause to) remove, ppj nesaq, 5.
Dan. 3. 23 slew those men that took up Shadrach
6. 23 they should take Daniel up outof thedeu
28. To take away, spoil, V$j natsal, 5
Gen. 31. 9 God hath taken away the cattle ot your fa.
31. 16 the riches which God hath taken from our
29.ro lift up, K#} nasa.
Gen. 27. 3 take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver
43. 34 he took (and sent) messes unto them from
Exodio 19 wind, which took away the locusts and
12. 34 the people took their dough betore it was
20. 7 Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD
20. 7 will not hold him guiltless that taketh his
30. 12 When thou takest the sum of the children
Num. i. 2 Take ye the sum of all the congregation
i. 49 neither take the sum of them among the
3. 40 Number all the first born . . and take the
4. 2 Take the sum of the sons of Kohath from
4. 22 Take also the sum of the sons of Gershon
16. 15 I have not taken one ass from them, nei.
23. 7, 18 And he took up his parable, and said
24. 3, 15, 20, 21, 23 lookup his parable, and said
26. 2 Take the sum of all the congregation of
31. 26 Take the sum of the prey that was taken
31. 49 Thy servants have taken the sum of the
Deut. 5. ii Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD
5. 1 1 will not hold (him) guiltless that taketh
12. 26 thy vows, thou shalt take, and go unto
Josh. 3. 6 Take up the ark of the covenant, and pass
3. 6 they took up the ark of the covenant, and
4. 3 Take you hence out of the midst of Jord.
4. 8 took up twelve stones out of the midst of
6. 6 Take up the ark of the covenant, and let
6. 12 and the priests took up the ark of the L.
Judg. 9. 48 cut down a bough . . and took it, and laid
16. 31 came down, and took him, and brought
21. 23 took (them) wives, according to their nu.
Ruth i. 4 they took them wives of the women of M.
2. 1 8 she took (it) up, and went into the city
i Sa. 17. 20 took, and went, as Jesse had commanded
17. 34 there came a lion and a bear, and took a
a Sa. 2. 32 they took up Asahel, and buried him in
4. 4 his nurse took him up, and fled : and it c.
23. 16 and took (it) and brought (it) to David
i Ki. 8. 3 the elders . . came, and the priests took up
13. 29 the prophet took up the carcase of the man
15. 22 and they took away the stonea of Ramah.
2 Ki. 2. 16 the spirit of the LORD hath taken him up
4. 20 when he had taken him, and brought him
4. 36 when she was come in. .he said, Take up
4. 37 bowed herself to the ground, and took up
9. 25 Take up, (and) cast him in the portion of
9. 26 take (and) cast him into the plat(of ground)
1 Ch.io. 9 they took his head, and his armour, and
10. 1 2 took away the body of Saul, and the bodies
ii. 18 and took (it), anu brought (it) to David
21. 24 I will not take (that) which is thine for the
23. 22 their brethren the sons of K ish took them
27. 23 David took not the number of them from
2 Ch. 5. 4 the elders . came ; and the Levites took up
ii. 21 he took eighteen wives, and threescore co.
24. 3 Jehoiada took for him two wives ; and he
24. ii came and emptied the chest, and took it
Ezra 9. 2 they have taken of their daughters forth.
9. 12 neither take their daughters unto your so.
10. 44 All these had taken strange wives : and
N eli 2. 1 1 took up the wine, and gave (it) unto the
13. 25 nor take their daughters unto your sons
Job 13. 14 Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth
21. 12 They take the timbrel and harp, and rej.
24. 10 and they take away the sheaf (from) the
31. 36 Surely I would take it upon my shoulder
32. 22 (so doing) my Maker would soon take me
Psa. 15. 3 nor taketh up a reproach against his nei.
16. 4 nor take up their names into my lips
50. 16 (that) thou shouldest take my covenant in
81. 2 Take a psalm, and bring hither the timb.
1 16. 13 I will take the cup of salvation, and call
139. 9 (If) I take the wings of the morning, (and)
1 39. 20 (and) thine enemies take (thyname) in vain
Eccl. 5. 15 shall take nothing of his labour, which he
5. 19 to take his portion, and to rejoice in his
Song 5. 7 the keepers of the walls took away myveil
Isa. 8. 4 the spoil of Samaria shall be taken away
14. 4 thou shalt take up this proverb against
38. 21 Let them take a lump of figs, and lay (it)
40. 24 the whirl wind shall take them away as st.
64. 6 and our iniquities . . have taken us away
Jer. 7 29 and take up a lamentation on high places
9. 10 For the mountains will I take up a weep.
9. 18 let them make haste, and take up a wail.
49. 29 they shall take to themselves their cur.
Lam. 5. 13 They took the young men to grind, and
Eze. 3. 12 the spirit took me up, and I heard behind
10. 7 took (thereof), and put (it) into the hands
11. 24 the spirit took me up, and brought me in
19. i take thou up a lamentation for theprin.
26. 17 they shall take up a lamentation for thee
27. 2 son of man, take up a lamentation for T.
27. -52 they shall take up a lamentation for thee
28. 12 take up a lamentation upon the king of
29. 19 and he shall take her multitude, and
32. 2 take up a lamentation for Pharaoh king
39. 10 they shall take no wood out of the field
43. 5 the spirit took me up, and brought me
Dan. i. 16 Melzar took away the portion of their m
Hos. i . 6 no more have mercy . . I will utterly take
5. 14 I will take away, and none shall rescue
14. 2 Take away all iniquity, and receive (us)
Amos s i Hear ye this word which I take up agai.
6. 10 a man s uncle shall take him up, and he
Jon. 1.12 Take me up, and cast me forth into the
115 they took up Jonah, and cast him forth
Mic. 3. 2 they covet . . houses, and take (them)away
2 4 In that day shall (one) take up a parable
Hab 2. 6 Shall not all these take up a parable aga.
Mai. 2. 3 and (one) shall take you away with it
30. To be lifted up, K^J nasa, 2.
Dan it. 12 when he hath taken away the multitude
31. To lift up, N^J nasa, 3.
Amos 4. 2 he will take you away with hooks, and
32. To lift up. Xi?j nesa.
Ezra 5. 15 Take these vessels, go. carry them into
33. To cause to reach, attain, overtake, J j nasag, i>.
Psa. 7. 5 Letthe enemy persecutemy soul, andta.
34. To (cause to) turn aside, take away, TO sur, 5.
Exod. 8. 8 Entreat the LORD, that he may take away
10. 17 that he may take away from me this de
23. 25 I will take sickness away from the midst
33. 23 I will take away minehand, and thou sh.
I-6^ 3- 4, 10, r; with the kidneys, it shall he take
4. 9 with the kidneys, it shall he take away
4. 31, 35 he shall take away all the fat thereof
7. 4 with the kidneys, it shall he take away
Jfumai. 7 pray unto the LORD, that he take away the
Deut. 7. 15 the LORD will take away from thee all si.
Josh 7. 13 until ye take away the cursed thing from
1 Sa. 17. 26 and taketh away the reproach from Israel
17. 46 I will smite thee, and take thine head fr.
2 Sa. 5. 6 Except thou take away the blind and the
7. 15 as I took (it) from Saul, whom I put away
1 Ki. 2. 31 that thou mayest take away the innocent
20. 24 Take the kings a way, every man outof his
20. 41 he hasted, and took the ashes away from
2 Ki. 6. 32 son of a murderer hath sent to take away
18. 22 whose altars Hezeklah hath taken away
23. 19 Josiah took away, and did to them accor.
1 Ch.i?. 13 and I will not take my mercy away from
17. 13 as I took (it) from (him) that was before
2 Ch.i4. 3 he took away the altars of the strange (go.)
14. 5 he took away out of all the cities of Judah
17. 6 he took away the high places and groves
30. 14 took away the altars that (were) in Jerus.
30. 14 the altars for incense took they away, and
32. 12 Hath not the same Hezekiah taken away
33. 15 he took away the strange gods, and the
2 Ch.34. 33 Josiah took away all the abominations out.
Esth. 3. 10 the king took his ring from his hand, and
4. 4 and to take away his sackcloth from him
Job 9. 34 Let him take his rod away from me, and
12. 24 He taketh away the heart of the chief of
19. 9 stripped me of my glory, and taken the
27. 2 (As) God liveth, (who) hath taken away
34. 5 and God hath taken away my judgment
Isa. i. 25 purge away thy dross, and take away all
3. i the LORD of hosts, doth take away from
3. 18 the Lord will take away the bravery of
5. 5 I will take away the hedge thereof, and it
5. 23 take away the righteousness of the righte.
18. 5 and take away (and) cut down the branches
25. 8 the rebuke of his people shall he take aw.
27. 9 and this (is) all the fruit to take away his
36. 7 whose altars Hezekiah hath taken away
58. 9 If thou take away from the midst of thee
Jer. 4. 4 take away the foreskins of your heart, ye
5. 10 take away her battlements ; for they (are)
Eze ii. 18 they shall take away all the detestable th.
ii. 19 I will take the stony heart out of their fle.
16. 50 therefore I took them away as I saw (good)
23. 25 they shall take away thy nose and thine
36. 26 I will take away the stony heart out of
Dan. 11.31 shall take away the daily (sacrifice), and
Hos. 2. 17 I will takeaway the names of Baalim out
Amos 5. 23 Take thou away from me the noise of thy
Zeph. 3. ii I will take away out of the midst of thee
3. 15 The LORD hath taken away thy judgments.
Zech. 3. 4 Take away the filthy garments from him
9. 7 I will take away his blood out of his mo.
35. To (cause to) move, persuade, remove, ruosuth,5.
Job 36. 1 8 (beware) lest he take thee away with (his)
36. To cause to go or pass over, ijy abar, 5.
2 Sa. 24. 10 take away the iniquity of thy servant ; for
1 Ki. 15. 12 he took away the sodomites out of the
2 Ch-35. 24 His servants therefore took him out of th.
Esth 8. 2 his ring, which he had taken from Human
Job 7. 21 why dost thou not. .take away mine iniq.
37. To cause to pass away, nij; adah, 5.
Prov25. 20 (As) he that taketh away a garment in cold
38. To cause to >ass away or on, nij; adah, 5.
Dan. 5. 20 was deposed . . and they took his glory fr.
7. 26 they shall take away his dominion, to co.
39. To cause to go up, a$Jf alah, 5.
1 Sa. i. 24 she took him up with her, with three bu.
2 Ki. 2. i when the LORD would take up Eli.; 10.15.
Psa. 102. 24 take me not away in the midst of my daya
Jer. 38. 10 take up Jeremiah ; 38. 13 and took him up.
Amos 3. 5 shall (one) take up a snare ; Hab. i. 15.
40. To labour, Ssj; amal ; labouring ^ay amel.
Eccl. i. 3, 2. 2, 5. 18 ; 2. 18, 9. 9.
41. To do, make, nyj asah.
Judg ii. 16 the LORB hath taken vengeance for theet
Isa. 30. ~i that take counsel, but notof me; and that
42. To hunt, -us tsud.
Gen. 27. 3 and take me (some) venison
43. To accept, take, receive, ^JiJ qabal, 3.
Esth. 9. 27 The Jews ordained, and took upon them
44.ro accept, take, receive, *?;p qebal, 3.
Dan. 5.11 Darius the Median took the kingdom, (be.)
7. 18 the saints of the Most High shall take the
45. To gather, bring together, collect, f5i3 qa.bats, 3.
Isa. 13. 14 and as a sheep that no man taketh up
46. To cause to draw near, mi3 qarab, 5.
Exod 28. i take thou unto thee Aaron thy brother
47.7^ take down, cause to come down, fn~i radah.
Judg 14. 9 he took thereof in his hands, and went
14. 9 that he had taken the honey out of the
48. To cause to be high, lift up, an rum, 5.
Lev. 2. 9 the priest shall take from the meat offer.
4. 19 shall take all his fat from him, and burn.
6. 10 take up the ashes which the fire hath co.
6. 15 he shall take of it his handful, of the flour
Xum 16. 37 that he take up the censers out of the bu.
Josh. 4. 5 take you up every man of you a stone up.
1 Sa. 9. 24 the cook took up the shoulder, and (that).
2 Ki. 2. 13 He took up also the mantle of Elijah that
6. 7 Therefore said he, Take (it) up to thee
See. 45. q take away your exactions from my people
Isa. 5 ?. I4
-ake up the stumbling block out of the
49. To take captive, capture, ^y shabah.
> uni2i. i he fought against Israel, and took (some)
Deut 2 1. 10 enemies, .and thou hast taken them cap.
1 Ch. 5. 21 they took away their cattle ; of their ca.
50.^1 captive, captivity, a? shebi.
Amos 4. 10 have taken away your horses ; and I have
51. To cease, rest, keep sabbath, n~y shabatfi, 5.
2 Ki. 23. ii he took away the horses that the kings of
52. To set, place, put. n t?, D ir sum, sim.
Judg-4- 21 Heber swife. .took an hammer in her hand
53. To set, place, put, riV shith.
Psa. 13. 2 How long shall I take counsel in my soul
54. To be at rest, safe, rbtf shalah.
Job 27. 8 what (is) the hope . .when God taketh aw.
55. To catch, capture, keep JwlJ, handle, iySJ? taphas.
Nuni3i. 27 between them that took the war upon th,
Deut. 9. 17 I took the two tables, and cast them out
20. 19 When thou shalt besiege a city . . to take
TAKE 058 TAKE
Josh. 8. 8 it shall be, when ye have taken the city
8 23 the king of Al they took alive, and brought
I Sa. 15. 8 he took Agaa the king of the Amalekites
23. 25 compassed, .his men round about to take
1 Ki 18 40 Take the prophets of Baal ; let not one of
1 8 40 they took them ; and Elijah brought them
20! 1 8 Whether they be. .for peace, take them
20. 1 8 whether they be. .for war, take them al.
a Ki. 10. 14 he said, Take them alive. And they took
14. 7 took Selah by war, and called the name
14. 13 Jehoash king of Israel took Amaziah kini:
16. 9 wentupagainst Uamascus.andtookit.aml
18. 13 did Sennacherib, .come up. .and took th.
25. 6 they took the king, and brought him up to
2 Ch.25. 23 tlie king 01 Israel took Amaziah king of .1.
Psa. 71. ii persecute and take him ; for (there is) no.
Prov 30. 9 lest I be poor, and steal, and take the na.
Ia. 36. i defenced cities of Judah, and took them
Jer. 26. 8 the people took him, saying, Thou shalt
37. 13 took Jeremiah the prophet, saying, Thou
37. 14 Irijah took Jeremiah, and brought him to
40. 10 dwell in your cities tfcat ye have taken
52. 9 they took the king, and carried him up un.
Eze. 14. 5 That I may take the house of Israel in th.
56. To lift or take up or away, afpco airS.
Matt. 9. 6 Arise, take up thy bed, and go unto thine
9. 16 that which is put in . .taketh from the ga.
ii. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me
14. 12 his disciples came, and took up the body
14. 20 they took up of the fragments that rema.
15. 37 they took up of the broken (meat) that
16. 24 let him deny himself, and take up his cr.
17. 27 cast an hook, and take up the fish that fl.
20. 14 Take (that) thine (is), and go thy way : I
22. 13 [take him away], and cast (him) into outer
24. 17 Let him. .not come down to take any th.
24. 1 8 Neither let him. .return back to take his
24. 39 until the flood came, and took them all
25. 28 Take therefore the talent from him, and
Mark 2. 9 or to say, Arise, and take up thy- bed. and
2. 1 1 Arise, and take up thy bed, and go thy w.
2. 12 he arose, took up the bed, and went forth
a. 21 the new piece .taketh away from the old
4. 15 taketh away the word that was sown in
6. 8 they should take nothing for (their) jour.
6. 29 they came and took up his corpse, v. 30.
6. 43 they took up twelve baskets full of the fr.
8. 8 they took up of the broken (meat) that
8. 19, 20 How many baskets full., took ye up?
8. 34 let him deny himself, and take up his cr.
10. 21 and come, [take up the cross], and follow
13. 15 neither enter (therein), to take anything
13. 16 not turn back again for to take up his ga
15. 24 casting lots., what every man should take
16. 18 [They shall take up serpents; and if they]
Luke 5. 24 Arise, and take up thy couch, and go
5. 25 he rose up before them, and took up that
6. 29 him that taketh away thy cloak forbid not
6. 30 of him that taketh away thy goods ask
8. 12 taketh away the word out of their hearts
9. 3 Take nothing for (your) journey, neither
9. 23 [let him deny himself, and take up hisc ]
n. 22 he taketh from him all hisarmourwherein
it. 52 ye have taken away the key of knowledge
17. 31 let him not come down to take it away
19. 21 thou takest up that thou layedst not do
19. 22 taking up that I laid not down, and reap.
19. 24 Take from him the pound, and give (it) to
22. 36 he that hath a purse, let him take (it), and
John i. 29 the Lamb of God, which taketh away the
2. 16 Take these things hence ; make not my
5. 8 Jesus saith unto him, Rise, take up thy
5. 9 the man was made whole, and took up his
5. ii the same said unto me. Take up thy bed
5. 12 What man is that which said. .Take up
8. 59 Then took they up stones to cast at him
10. 1 8 No man taketh it from me, but I lay itdo.
11. 39 Jesus said, Take ye away the stone.
n. 41 they took away the stone (from the place)
ii. 48 the Romans shall come and take away bo.
15. 2 that beareth not fruit he taketh away
16. 22 and your joy no man taketh from you
17. 15 I pray not that thou shouldest take them
19. 38 besought Pilate that he might take away
19. 38 He came therefore, and took the body of
20. 2 They have taken away the Lord out of
20. 13 they have taken away my lord, and I kn.
20. 15 tell me where., and I will take him away
Acts 21. ii he took Paul s girdle, and bound hisowii
27. 17 Which when they had taken up, they us.
i Co. 6. 15 shall I then take the members of Christ
Col. 2. 14 took it out of the way, nailing it to his cr.
i Jo. 3. 5 he was manifested to take away our sins
Rev. 18. 21 a mighty angel took up a stone like a gr.
: 57 .To lead up or back, hvdyta anagd.
Luke 4. 5 the devil, taking him up into an high mo.
58. To take up or off, avaipiia anaireo.
Acts 7. 21 Pharaoh s daughter took him up, and no.
Heb. 10. 9 He taketh away the flrst, that he may es.
ii^.To take or receive up or back, hva.\a/jL$dv(a.
Acts 7. 43 ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and
23. 31 took Paul, and brought (him) by night to
Eph. 6. 13 take unto you the whole armour of God
6. 16 taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye
i Ti. 4. ii Take .Mark, and bring him with thee : for
60. To lead away or off, oircryw apayo. Acts 24. 7 [with great violence took (him) away out]
"61. 7*0 take away or Luke off, a<t>aip(u aphaireo. i. 25 to take away my reproach among men
Lukei6. 3 my lord taketh away from me the stewa.
Rom. 1 1. 27 this (is) my covenant, .when I shall take
Heb. 10. 4 (it is) not possible that the blood, .take
Rev. 22. 19 if any man shall take away from the wo.
22. 19 God shall take away his part out of the
62.7*0 bear up, take up, ftacrrtifa bastazG.
John 10. 31 Then the Jews took up stones again to st.
63. To receive, Stxo/J-at dechomai.
Luke 2. 28 Then took he him up in his arms, ami liles.
16. 6, 7 he said unto him Take thy bill, and
22. 17 he took the cup, and gave tha. Eph. 6. 17.
64*. To c/iee, 5i 5o>/u didomi, 2 Th. i. 8.
64.7*0 (/rasp ill or with the fist, opdaffofj-ai drasso.
i Co. 3. 19 He taketh the wise in their own craftiness
65.7*0 lift or raise vp, l-yfipu eyeirO.
Acts 10. 26 Peter took him^up, saying, Stand up; I m.
Luke 9. 47 And Jesus, .took a child, and set him by
14. 4 he took(him), and healed him, and lethim
Acts 9. 27 Barnabas took him, and brought (him) to
17. 19 they took him, and brought him unto Ar.
1 8. 17 the Greeks took Sosthenes, the chief nil.
21. 30 they took Paul, and drew him out of the
21. 33 the chief captain came near, and took him
67. To bear upon or against, tirt<t>(po> epipher<~>.
Rom. 3. 5 (Is) God unrighteous who taketh vengea.
68. To takedown, apprehend, KaraKan^dvia.
Mark 9. 18 wheresoever he taketh him, he teareth
69.7*0 hold down, KaTx&> katecJw.
Lukei4. 9 thou begin with shame to take the lowest
70. 7*o lay or keep hold, Kparfw krateo.
Matt 22. 6 the remnant took his servants, and entr.
26. 4 consulted that they might take Jesus by
26. 50 and laid hands on Jesus, and took him
Mark 9. 27 Jesus took him by the hand, and lifted
14. i the scribes sought how they might take
14. 44 that same is he; take him, and lead (him)
14. 46 theylaid their hands on him, and tookhim
14. 49 I was daily with you . . and ye took me not
Acts 24. 6 whom we took, and would have judgea ac.
Rev. 10. 10 I took the little book outof the angel s ha.
11.17 tnou nast taken to tnee tnv great power
22. 17 whosoever will, let him take the water of
71.7*0 take, receive, Xan&dvco lamband.
Matt. 5. 40 take away thy coat, let him have (thy) cl.
8. 17 Himself took our infirmities, and bare
10. 38 [he that taketh] not his cross, and follow.
13. 31 which a man took, and sowed in his field
13. 33 which a woman took and hid in three me.
14. 19 took the five loaves, and the two fishes
15. 26 It is not meet to take the children s bread
15. 36 he took the seven loaves and the fishes
16. 5 disciples, .they had forgotten to take br.
16. 7 saying, (It is) because we have taken no
16. 9, 10 and how many baskets ye took up ?
17. 25 of whom do the kings of the earth take
17. 27 that take, and give unto them for me and
21. 35 the husbandmen took his servants, and
22. 15 took counsel how they might entangle
25. i ten virgins, which took their lamps, and
25. 3 took their lamps, and took no oil with
25. 4 the wise took oil in their vessels with th.
26. 26 Jesus took bread, and blessed (it), and b.
26. 26 gave (it) to the disciples, and said, Take
26. 27 he took the cup, and gave thanks, and g.
26. 52 they that take the sword shall perish with
27. i elders of the people took counsel against
27. 6 the chief priests took the silver pieces
27. 7 they took counsel, and bought with them
27. 9 they took the thirty pieces of silver, the
27. 24 he took water, and washed (his) hands
27. 30 they spit upon him, and took the reed
27. 48 one of them ran, and took a spunge, and
27. 59 when Joseph had taken the body, he wr
28. 12 when they were assembled., and had taken
28. 15 they took the money, and did as they w.
Mark 6. 41 when he had taken the five loaves and the
7. 27 it is not meet to take the childrens s bread
8. 6 he took the sevenloaves, andgave thanks
8. 14 (the disciples) had forgotten to take bread
o. 36 he took a child, and set him in the midst
12. 8 they took him, and killed (him), and cast
12. 19 that his brother should take his wife, and
12. 20 the first took a wife, and dying left no s.
12. 21 the second took her, and died, neither
14. 22 Jesus took bread, and blessed, and brake
14. 22 gave to them, and said, Take, eat : this
14. 23 he took the cup, and when he had given
Luke 5. 5 toiled all the night, and have taken not.
6. 4 [did take] and eat the shewbread, and g.
9. 16 he took the five loaves and the two fishes
9. 39 a spirit taketh him, and he suddenly cri.
13. IQ grain of mustard seed, which a man took
13. 21 It is like leaven, which a woman took and
20. 28 his brother should take his wife, and raise
20. 29 the flrst took a wife, and died without ch.
20. 30 [the second took her to wife, and he died]
20. 31 the third took her : and in like manner
22. 17 and said. Take this and divide it among
22. 1 9 he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake
24. 30 he took bread, and blessed (it), and brake
24. 43 And he took (it), and did eat before them
John 6. 7 that every one of them may take a little
6. ii Jesus took the loaves ; and when he had
10. 17 I lay down my life, that I might take it
John 10. 1 8 and I have power to take it again
12. 3 Then took Mary a pound of ointment of
12. 13 Took branches of palm trees, and went
13. 4 laid aside his garments, and took a towel
13. 12 he had washed their feet, and had taken
16. 15 he shall take of mine, and shall show (it)
18. 31 Take ye him, and judge him according to
19. i Pilate therefore took Jesus, and scourged
19. 6 Take ye him, and crucify (him): for I find
19. 23 took his garments, and made four parts
19. 27 from that hour that disciple took her unto
19. 40 Then took they the body of Jesus, and
21. 13 Jesus then coraeth, and taketh bread,;and
Acts i. 20 and, His bishopric let another take
1. 25 That he may take part of this ministry and
2. 23 Him. .[ye have taken] and by wicked hands
o. 25 the disciples took him by night, and let
15. 14 to take out of them a people for his name
16. 3 took and circumcised him because of the
17. 9 when they had taken security of Jason
27. 35 he took bread, and gave thanks to God
28. 15 saw, he thanked God, and took courage
Rom. 7. 8, ii sin, taking occasion by the command.
1 Co.io. 13 There hath no temptation taken you but
ii. 23 the Lord Jesus the (same) night, .took b.
ii. 24 [Take] eat : this is my body, which is br.
2 Co. ii. 8 I robbed other churches, taking wages
11. 20 if a man devour (you), if a man take (of
Phil. 2. 7 took upon him the form of a servant, and
Heb. 5.
i every high priest taken from among men
5. 4 no man taketh this honour unto himself
9. 19 he took the blood of calves and of goats
Jas. 5. 10 Take, my brethren, the prophets, who
3 John 7 they went forth, taking nothing of the (J.
Rev. 3. ii hold that fast, .that no man take thy cr.
5. 7 he came and took the book out of the rl.
5. 8 when he had taken the book, the four be
5. 9 Thou art worthy to take the book, and t
6. 4 (power) was given to him. .to take peace
8. 5 the angel took the censer, and filled it
10. 8 take the little book which is open in the
10. 9 he said unto m, Take (it), and eat it up
72. 7*o take along with, furaJ^ffLJUfu metalajnbanS.
Acts 27. 33 Paul besought, .all to take meat, saying
73. 7*o take alongside of, irapa.\ anfidvuparrlambano.
Matt 2. 13, 20 Arise, and take the young child and his
2. 14, 21 took the young child and his mother
4. 5 the devil taketh him up into the holy city
4. 8 the devil taketh him up into an exceeding
12. 45 Then goeth he, and taketh with himself
17. i Jesus taketh Peter, James, and John his
18. 16 if he will not hear (thee, then) take with
20. 17 Jesus going up to Jerusalem took the tw.
27. 27 the soldiers of the governor took Jesus
Mark 4. 36 they took him even as he was in the ship
5. 40 he taketh the fatherand themotherof the
9. 2 Jesus taketh (with him) Peter, and James
10. 32 he took again the twelve, and began to
14. 33 he taketh with him Peter and James and
Luke 9. 10 he took them, and went aside privately
9. 28 he took Peter and John and James, and
11. 26 Then goeth he, and taketh (to him) seven
18. 31 Then he took (unto him) the twelve, and
Johnig. 16 [And they took Jesus, and led (him) aw.]
Acts 15. 39 Barnabas took Mark, and sailed unto Cy.
16. 33 he took them the same hour of the night
21. 24 Then take, and purify thyself with them
21. 26 Then Paul took the men, and the next day 4
21. 32 Who immediately [took] soldiers and ce.
23. 1 8 he took him, and brought (him) to the ch.
74. 7*o bear alongside of, TrapaQfpu pnraphero.
Marki4. 36 take away this cup from me : nevertheless
75. To take away round about, ffptaipfia periaireo.
Acts 27. 40 when they had taken up the anchors, th.
Heb. 10. ii sacrifices, which can never take away si.
76. To press, take or lay hold, iridfa piazo.
John 7. 30 they sought to take him : but no man laid
7. 32 the chief priests sent officers to take him
7. 44 some of them would have taken him ; but
10. 39 they sought again to take him : but he es.
11. 57 he should show (it), that they might take
Acts 3. 7 he took him by the right hand, and lifted
77 .To do, make, iroitw poieo.
Mark 3. 6 [took] counsel with the Herodians against
78. To receive besides, irpoff$cx.ual prosdechomaf.
Heb. 10. 34 took joyfully the spoiling of your goods
79.7*0 take besides, jrpoffb.a/j.&dvu proslambo.no.
Matt 16. 22 Peter took him, p.nd began to rebuke him
Mark 8. 32 Peter took him, and began to rebuke him
Acts 27. 33 continued fasting, having taken nothing
27. 34 I pray you [to take] (some) meat ; for this
27. 36 all of good cheer, and they also took (so)
80. 7*o take together, ffv\\ai4&a.v<asullamban5.
Matt 26. 55 I sat daily with you teaching in the temp.
Marki4. 48 with swords and (with) staves to take mei
Luke 5. 9 draught of the fishes which they had tak.
22. 54 Then took they him, and led (him), and
John 1 8. 12 officers of the Jews took Jesus, and bound
Acts i. 16 which was guide to them that took Jesua
12. 3 he proceeded further to take Peter alao
81.7*0 take together, trwa-ipta sunairO.
Matt 1 8. 23 which would take account of his servants
[See also Accusation, advice, ashes.captive.care, counsel,
courage, crafty, delight, ease, fill, hand, handful, heed,
hold, hold on, hold upon, indignation, inheritance,
journey, knowledge, much, notice, oath, oversight, part.
TAKE 959 TAKEN
pity, pleasure, pledge, possessions, provision, record,
rest, route, spoil, straightway, sweet, tenth, thought,
ties, throat, vengeance, violence, witness, wrong.]
TAKE away as with a whirlwind, to
To whirl or be whirled away, "W soar.
Psa. 58. 9 he shall take them away as with a whirl.
TAKE away ( violently, by violence), to quite
l.To take violently aivay, rob, plunder, ?M gazal.
Gen. 21. 25 Abimelech s servants had violentlytaken a.
Lev. 6. 4 restore that which he took violently aw.
Deut2S. 31 thine ass (shall be) violently taken away
Job 20. 19 he hath violently taken away an house wh.
24. 2 they violently take away flocks, and feed
Mic. 2. 2 they covet fields, and take (them) by vio.
2. To complete, finish, remove, n^ kalah, 3.
Numi7. 10 thou shalt quite take away their murmu.
TAKE aside, back, to
1. To stretch out, cause to turn aside, "t?j natah, 5.
2 Sa. 3. 27 Joab took him aside in the gate, to speak
2. To cause to turn back, 2iv shub, 5.
2 Sa. 15. 20 return thou, and take back thy brethren
3. To lake off or away, airoKoLn^dvaj apolambano.
Mark 7. 33 he took him aside from the multitude, and
TAKE before or by, to
l.To take hold on, tiri\a/j.Bdvoncu epilambanomai.
Mark 8. 23 he took the blind man by the hand, and
Acts 23. 19 the chief captain took him by the hand
Heb. 8. 9 when I took them by the hand to lead th.
2.7*0 lay fasi hold on, Kpar tea kraleo.
Matt. 9. 25 he went in, and took her by the hand, and
Mark i. 31 he came and took her by the hand, and li.
5. 41 he took the damsel by the hand, and said
Luke 8. 54 took her by the hand, and called, saying
3. To take before, trpo\a./j.&dvu prolambano.
i Co. ii. 21 every one taketh before (other) his own
TAKE by force, to
l.To take violently away, hn gazal.
Gen. 31. 31 thou wouldest take by force thy daughters
2. To snatch away, apird^ta harpazo.
Matt 1 1. 12 kingdom of heaven, .violent take itbyfo.
John 6. 15 they would come and take him by force
Acts 23. 10 to take him by force from among them
TAKE down, for, forth, to
l.To cause to go down, TV yarad, 5
Gen. 44. ii they speedily took down every man his sa.
Num. i. 51 the tabernacle . Levites shall take it do.
4. 5 they shall take down thecovering veil, and
Josh. 8. 29 that they should take his carcase downfr.
10. 27 they took them down off the trees, and ca.
1 Sa. 6. 15 the Levites took down the ark of the Lo.
2 Ki. 16. 17 took down the sea from off the brasen oxen
2. To cause to go out or forth, K>; yatsa, 5.
Jer. 15. 19 if thou take forth the precious from the
3. To cause to go forth, PS3 nephaq, 5.
Ezra 6. 5 Nebuchadnezzar took forth out of the te.
4. To hold, have, $xa> echo.
Matt 21. 46 because they took him for a prophet
5. To take doum, KaOatpfca kathaireu.
Markij. 36 whether Elias will come to take him down
15. 46 took him down, and wrapped him in the
Luke23. 53 he took it down, and wrapped it in linen
Acts 1 3. 29 they took (him) down from the tree, and
TAKE heed (to), to
1. To lie warned, "ini zehar,
Ezra 4. 22 Take heed now that ye fail not to do this
2. To see, look, perceive, /3A* ira> blepo
Matt 24. 4 said unto them, Take heed that no man d.
Mark. 4. 24 Take heed what ye hear: with what mea
13. 5 began to say. Take heed lest any (man) de
13. 9 take heed to yourselves for they shall de
13. 23 Take yeheed- behold. I have foretold you
13. 33 Take ye heed, watch and pray -for ye know
Luke 8. 18 Take heed therefore how ye hear: forwh.
21. 8 Take heed that ye be not decei ved : for ma
i Co. 3. 10 let every man take heed how he buildeth
8. 9 take heed, lest by any means this liberty
10. 12 let him that thinketh he standeth take h
Gal. 5. 15 take heed that ye be not consumed one of
Col. 4. 17 Take heed to the ministry which thou hast
Heb. 3. 12 Take heed, brethren, lest there be in any
3. To hold on or upon, eV x&> epecho
1 Ti. 4. 16 Take heed unto thyself, and unto the do.
4.7*0 see, look, take heed, opdu horao.
MattiS. 6 Take heed and beware of the leaven of tha
18. 10 Take heed that ye despise not one of the.
Mark 8. 15 Take heed, beware of the leaven of the P
Lukei2. 15 Take heed, and beware of covetousness
Acts 22. 26 [Take heed] what thou doest; for this man
5. To hold toward, irpoa-tx^ prosech j.
Matt. 6. i Take heed that ye do not your alms before
Lukei 7 . 3 Take heed to yourselves: If thy brother
21. 34 take heed to yourselves, lest at any time
Acts 5. 35 Ye men of Israel, take heed to yourselves
20. 28 Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and
2 Pe. i. 19 ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a li.
6.7*0 look at, view, observe, o-Koirtea skopeo. Luke 1 1. 33 Take heed therefore that the light which
TAKE hold (of, on, upon , to
l.To lay or keep hold, ins achaz.
Gen. 25. 26 his hand took hold on Esau s heel; and his
Exodis. 14 sorrow shall take hold on the inhabitants
15. 15 trembling shall take hold upon them; all
Deut-32. 41 and mine hand take hold on judgment
2 Sa. 4. 10 I took hold of him, and slew him in Zikl.
6. 6 Uzzah put forth (his hand), .and took ho. of
Job 21. 6 and trembling taketh hold on my flesh
30. 16 the days of affliction have taken hold upon
38. 13 That it might take hold of the ends of the
Psa. 48. b Fear took hold upon them there, (and) p.
119. 53 Horror hath taken hold upon me because
Eccl. 7. i8(lt is)goodthat thou shouldest take hold o.
Song. 7. 8 I will take hold of the boughs thereof
Isa. 13. 8 sorrows shall take hold of them ; they
21. 3 pangs have takeu hold upon me, as the
2.7*0 cause to lay or keep hold, pin chazaq, 5.
2 Sa. i. ii David took hold on his clothes, and rent
13. ii he took hold of her, and said unto her, C.
1 Ki. 9. 9 have taken hold upon other gods, and
2 Ki. 2. 12 he took hold of his own clothes, and rent
Psa. 35. 2 Takehold of shield and buckler, and stand
Isa. 4. i seven women shall take hold of one man
27. 5 let him take hold of my strength, (that)
56. 4 that please me, and take hold of my cov.
56. 6 every one that . . taketh hold of my cove.
64. 7 that stirreth up himself to take hold of
Jer. 6. 24 anguish hath taken hold of us, (and) pain
8. 21 astonishment hath taken hold on me
50. 43 anguish took hold of him, (and) pangs as
Zech. 8. 23 ten men shall take hold out of all langu.
8. 23 shall take hold of the skirt of him that is
B. To find, K>-D matsa.
Psa. 1 1 9. 143 Trouble and anguish have taken hold on
4.7*0 separate self, flee, rprr [suy, 5 ; A.V. as if
from nasag, 5]. Mic. 6. 14.
5.7*0 cause to reach, attain, overtake, Jfc j nasag, 5.
Job 27. 20 Terrors take hold on him as waters
Psa. 40. 12 mine iniquities have taken hold upon me
69. 24 let thy wrathful anger take hold of them
Prov. 2. 19 neither take they hold of the paths of life
Zech. i. 6 did they not take hold of your fathers?
6.7*0 accept, take, ^m qabal, 5.
Exod26. 5 the loops may take hold one of another
7.7*0 hold, uphold, retain, noi? tamak.
Job 36. 17 judgment and justice take hold (on thee)
Prov. 5. 5 down to death ; her steps take hold on
8.7*0 catch, capture, kee.p hold, trci-i taphas.
Isa. 3. 6 a man shall take hold of his brother, of
Eze. 29. 7 they took hold of thee by thy hand, thou
9.7*0 catch, capture, keep hold, bsn taphas, 3.
Prov. 30. 28 The spider taketh hold with her hands
10.7*0 take hold of, irtXap/9f(po|iai epilambanomai.
Luke2o. 20 that they might take hold of his words
20. 26 they could not take hold of his words be
TAKE in, into, to
l.To cause to go or come in, N12 bo, 5.
Judg 12. 9 took iu thirty daughters from abroad for
2.7*0 gather, qpx asaph, 3.
Judg 19. 15 (there was) no man that took them into
3.7*0 take up, ava\a/j.0dvca analambano.
Acts 20. 13 sailed unto As., there intending to take in
20. 14 when he met with us at As., we took him in
4. 7*o lead up, crvvdyu sunagd.
Matt 25. 35 I was a stranger, and ye took me in
25. 38 When saw we thee. and took (thee) in
25. 43 I was a stranger, and ye took me not in
TAKE leave of, to
1.7*0 arrange off, air orda ffopa: apotassomai.
Acts 18. 18 took his leave of the brethren, and sailed
2 Co. 2. 13 taking my leave of them, 1 went from th
2.7*0 draw together, embrace, salute, aaird(ofj.ai.
Acts 21 . 6 when [we had taken our leave one ofj ano
TAKE off, from, on, out, to
1.7*0 come or bring forth, draw up, rn, nn guach.
Psa 22. 9 thou (art) he that took me out of the wo.
2.7*0 cause to go out or forth, y; yatsa, 5.
Exod, 4. 6 when he took it out, behold, his hand
3.7*0 cause to go or come forth, ps: nephaq, 5.
Ezra 5. 14 which Nebuchadnezzar took out of the t.
5. 14 those did Cyrus the king take out of the
Dan. 5. 2 Nebuchadnezzar had taken out of the te.
4. To cause to turn aside, "I D sur, 5.
Gen. 41. 42 Pharaoh took off his ring from his hand
Exod 14. 25 took off their chariot wheels, that they
34. 34 he took the veil off, until he came out
Lev. 3. 9 it shall he take off hard by the back bone
2 Sa. 16. 9 let me go over, .and take off his head
Esth. 8. 2 And the king took off his ring, which he
5.7*0 cause to go high, on rum, 5.
Lev. 4. 8 lie shall take off from it all the fat of the
Eze. 21. 26 Remove the diadem, and take off the cr.
6.7*0 cause to (urn back, yv shub. 5.
Eze. 18. 17 (That) hath taken off his hand from the
7.7*0 cast out or forth, fK^d\\u ekballo.
Lukeio. 35 be took out two pence, and gave (them)
8. To put off, unclothe, IK&VU ekduo.
Mattz7. 31 they took the robe off from him, and put
Marki5. 2 they took off the purple from him, and
9. To take on or upon, firiAojU/Baco^cu rpilambano.
Heb. 2. 16 he took not on (him the nature of) angeli
2. 1 6 but he took on (him) the seed of Abraham
TAKE patiently, rest, hip, shipping, to
1. 7*o lie doion, iyy shakab.
Job ii. 18 (and) thou shalt take thy rest in safety
30. 1 7 bones are pierced . . my sinews take no rest
Eccl. 2. 23 yea, his heart taketh not rest in the night
2.7*0 170 in unto, cjujSaiVw ds embaino eis,
Mattis. 39 hesentaway themultitude.and [took]sh.
John 6. 24 they also took shipping, and came to Ca.
3.7*0 <jo up into, ivi&aiyit tls epihninij eis.
Acts 21. 6 [we took] ship ; and they returned home
4.7*0 remain under, sustain, {nrop.(vu hnpomeno.
i Pe. 2. 20 when ye be buffeted . . ye shall take it pati.
2. 20 if, when ye do well, .ye take it patiently
TAKE unto, upon, with, to, gelf, to
1.7*0 begin, be pleased, desirous, TN; yaal, 5.
Gen. 18. 27, 31 1 have taken it upon me to speak unto
2.7*0 take in or on hand, firixtiptca epicheireo.
Acts 19. 13 took upon them to call over them which
3. To take alongside of, irapa\afj.0dvu jmralambano.
Matt. i. 20 fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife
i. 24 Then Joseph, .took unto him his wife
26. 37 he took with him Peter and the two sons
4.7*0 take besides, npoo\a.fj./3dvia proslambano.
Acts 17. 5 took unto them certain lewd fellows of
)8. 26 they took him unto (them), and expoun.
5.7*0 take along with, (rv/j.ira.pa.\a/j.&di io sumj)aral.
Acts 12. 25 took with them John, whose sur. Gal. 2.1.
15. 37 Barnabas determined to take with them
15. 38 Paul thought not good to take him with
6. To take, receive, Xa^ivu, Phil. 2. 7; Re. 1 1. 17.
TAKE in hand, to
7*o take on or in hand, iin\fipfta epicheireO.
Luke i. i many have taken in hand to set ferth in
TAKE up one s carriage
7*o take up one s goods, a,TroffK(vdo/j.ai.
Acts 21.15 after those days [we took up our carriagesj
TAKEN (away, from, off, up), to be
1.7*0 be taken hold of, Inx achaz, 2.
Eccl. 9. 12 as the fishes that are taken in an evil net
2.7*0 be gathered, ^px asaph, 2.
Isa. 16. 10 gladness is taken away, and joy out of the
57. i merciful men (are) taken away, none co.
57. i the righteous is taken away from the evil
Jer. 48. 33 gladness is taken from the plentiful field
Hos. 4. 3 fishes of the sea also shall be taken away
3.7*0 be taken violently away, ^]3 gazal, 2.
Prov. 4. 16 their sleep is taken away, unless they ca.
4. To be withdrawn, diminished, JHJ gara, 2.
Nuni36. 3 then shall their inheritance be taken fr.
36. 3 so shall it be taken from the lot of our in.
36. 4 so shall their inheritance be taken away
5. To be captured, caught, i?) lakad, 2.
Josh. 7. 15 he that is taken with the accursed thing
6.7*0 be taken, received, accepted, njf} laqach, 2.
1 Sa. 4. ii the ark of God was taken ; and the two
4. 17 sons .are dead, and the ark of God is ta.
4. 19 the tidings that the ark of God was taken
4 . 21 because the ark of God was taken, and bee.
4 . 22 glory isdeparted the ark of Godistaken
21. 6 bread in the day when it was taken away
2 Ki. 2. 9 for thee, before I be takeu away from thee.
Esth. 2. 16 Esther was taken unto king Ahasuerus
Eze 33. 6 he is taken away in his iniquity but his
7. 7*o be taken, received, accepted, np^> laqach, 4.
Gen. 2. 23 Woman, because she was taken out of man
3. 19 the ground ; for out of it wast thou taken
3. 23 to till the ground from whence he was ta.
Judg 1 7. 2 (shekels) of silver that were taken from th.
2 Ki. 2. 10 if thou see me (^when I am) taken from
Isa. 52. 5 that my people is taken away for nought?
53. 8 He was taken from prison and from jud.
Jer. 29. 22 of them shall be taken up a curse by all
48. 46 thy sons are taken captives, and thy dau.
8. To be taken, received, accepted, np? laqach, 6.
Gen. 12. 15 the woman was taken into Pharaoh s ho.
Job 28. 2 Iron is taken out of the earth, and brass
Isa. 49. 24 Shall the prey be taken from the mighty
49. 25 the captives of the miphty shall betaken a.
Eze. 15. 3 Shall wood be taken thereof to do any v . J
9.7*0 be taken up, ppi nesaq, 6.
Dau. 6. 23 So Daniel was taken up out of the den
10. Tobs snatched or taken away, ^) natsal, 2.
Amos 3. 12 so shall the children of Israel l.e taken o.
11.7*0 be given, jnj nathan, 6.
2 Sa. 18. 9 he was taken up between the heaven and
12.7*0 turn aside, be turned aside, I D sur.
Exod25- 15 The staves, .they shall not be taken from
1 Ki.22. 43 the high places were not taken away, (for)
2 Ki. 14. 4 the high places were not taken away ; aa
2 Ch. 15. 17 the high places were not takeu away out
TAKEN 960 TALKER
2 Ch.zo. 33 the high places were not taken away; for
Isa. 6. 7 thine iniquity is taken away, and thy sin
10. 27 his burden shall be taken away from off
IS.To be turned aside, TD sur, 6.
i Sa. 21. 6 shewbread, that was taken from before
Isa 17 i Damascus is taken away from (being) a
Dan. 12. ii the daily (sacrifice) shall be taken away
14. To be gone up, rfoil alah, 2.
Exod 4o 36 the cloud was taken up from over the ta.
40. 37 But if the cloud were not taken up. then
4o. 37 they journeyed not till, .it was taken up
Num. 9. 17 when the cloud was taken up from the ta.
9. 21 (that) the cloud was taken up in the mo.
9. 21 or by night that the cloud was taken up
q. 22 but when it was taken up, they journeyed
10. ii that the cloud was taken up from oft the
Eze. 36. 3 and ye are taken up in the lips of talkers
15. To be caused to go high, on rum, 6 [v.L. 5].
Dan. 8. 1 1 by him the daily (sacrifice) was taken away
16. To be caused to go high, en rum, 6.
Lev. 4. 10 As it wag taken otf from the bullock of
17. To be caught, captured, i?5n taphas, 2.
Num. 5. 13 (there be) no witness, .neither she be ta
Psa. 10. 2 let them be taken in the devices that they
Jer. 34. 3 shalt surely be taken, and delivered into
38. 23 shalt he taken by the hand of the king
Eze. 12. 13 he shall be taken in my snare and 1 will
17. 20 he shall be taken in my snare ; and 1 will
19. 4 he was taken in their pit. and they brou
19. 8 spread their net over him : he was taken
21. 23 to remembrance, .that they may be taken
21. 24 (I say), .ye shall be taken with the hand
18. To lift up, ctfpta airS.
Matt 13. 12 from him shall be taken away even that
21. 43 The kingdom of God shall be taken from
25. 29 shall be taken away even that which he
Mark 4. 25 from him shall be taken even that which
Luke 8. 18 from him shall be taken even that which
9. 17 there was taken up of fragments that re
19. 26 that he hath shall be taken away from
Johmg. 31 and (that) they might be taken away
20. i seeth the stone taken away from the sep.
Acts 8. 33 his judgment was taken away : and who
8. 33 for his life is taken from the earth
20. 9 from the third loft, and was taken up d.
19. To take up, take again, ttva\a^.Bdvw analambano.
Acts i. 2 Until the day in which he was taken up
i. ii this same Jesus, which is taken up from
i. 22 that same day that he was taken up from
20. To be taken off or away, airaiponai apairomai.
Matt. 9. 15 the bridegroom shall be taken from them
Mark 2. 20 the bridegroom shall be taken away from
Luke 5. 35 the bridegroom shall be taken away from
21. To take off or away, aQatptta aphaireo.
Lukeio. 42 which shall not be taken away from her
22. To take out or forth, taipu exairo.
1 Co. 5. 2 that he., [might be taken away] from amo.
23. To lift up, tiraipw epairo.
Acts i. 9 while they beheld, he was taken up; and
24.7*0 take down, apprehend, KarahanBdvu katal.
John 8. 3 [brought unto him a woman taken in ad 1
8. 4 [this woman was taken in adultery, in the!
25.ro take alongside, irapa\a/ij.Bdv(i> paralamband
Matt 24. 40, 41 the one shall be taken, and the other
Luke 17. 34, 35, [36] one shall be taken, and the other
26. To take round about, irepiaipfto periaireo.
Acts 27. 20 all hope, .was then taken away
2 Co. 3. 16 Nevertheless . .the veil shall be taken aw
27- To use pressure, take hold on, vidfa piazo
Rev. 19. 20 the beast was taken, and with him the fa
28. To take together, <rv\\a.n.Bdvu sullambano
Acts 23. 27 This man was taken of the Jews and sh
29. With a view to capture, tls S.\taffii eis halosin.
2 Pe. 2. 12 brute beasts, made to be taken and des
30.iVo< to uncover, u^j ava.Ka.\virT<a me anakalupto.
2 Co. 3. 14 remaineth the same veil untaken away
31. To make a very orphan, &irop<pavi^b/uai aporph.
1 Th. 2. 17 being taken from you for a short time in
32. To become, yivouat ginomai.
2 Th. 2. 7 (will let), until he be taken out of the way
33.7*0 hold together, ffvvix01 sunecho.
Matt. 4. 24 sick people that were taken with divers
Luke 4. 38 Simon s wife s mother was taken with a
8. 37 they were taken with great fear. And he
TAKEN away, to have
7*o cause to jmss away, take away, .iiy. adah, 5.
Dan. 7. 12 they had their dominion taken away, yet
TAKEN, being
Capture, n3^> leked.
Prov. 3. 26 and shall keep thy foot from being taken
TAKEN down, out of (the way), to be
1. TV) be caused to go dmon, TV yarad, 6.
Num.io. 17 the tabernacle was taken down; and the
2. To cause to go forth, ps; nephaq, 5.
Dan. 5. 3 the golden vessels that were taken out of
3. 7*o be taken down, f^y tsaan.
Isa. 33. 20 a taberuacle(that) shall not be taken down
4.7*0 be shut up, { 5iJ qaphats, 2.
Job 24. 24 they are taken out of the way as all (other)
TAKEN, (thing that wa)
1.7*0 withdraw, diminish, y^j gara.
Eccl. 3. 14 nothing, .put to it, nor any thing taken
2.Captive, captivity, "yy shebi.
Num.3i. 26 the sum of the prey that was taken, .of
TAKING
1.7*0 take, receive, n$> laqach.
Hos. ii. 3 taking them by their arms
2. A taking, receiving, nj?3 miqqach.
2 Ch.ig. 7 nor respect of persons, nor taking of gifts
3. 7*o be caught, captured, handled, ers% taphas, 2.
Jer. 50. 46 At the noise of the taking of Babylon the
TALE
I.A meditation, utterance, n:n hegeh.
Psa. 90. 9 we spend our years as a.tale (that is told)
2. Number, narration, i?P? mispar.
1 Ch. 9. 28 they should bring them in and out by tale
3. Measure, proper quantity, ruaJTO mathkoneth.
Exod. 5. 8 the tale of the bricks, which they did ma.
4.A weight, measure, j2h token.
Exod. 5. 18 no straw., yet shall ye deliver the tale of b.
TALE bearer,
\.Talebearer, whisperer, busybody, ]3~u nirgan.
Prov 18. 8 The words of a tale bearer (are) as wounds
26. 20 where (there is) no tale bearer, the strife
26. 22 The words of a1 tale bearer (are) as wounds
I.Slanderer, "? 3i rakil.
Lev. 19. 16 Thou shalt not go up and down (as) a t.b.
Prov 20. 19 He that goeth about (as) a tale bearer re.
3. To go a slanderer,
1TTJ TjVn halak rakil.
Prov ii. 13 A tale bearer revealeth secrets : but heth.
TALENT, (weight of a)
].A circuit, cake, talent, ~i$3 kikkar.
Exod2s. 39 (Of) a talent of pure gold shall he make it
37. 24 (Of) a talent of pure gold made he it, and
38. 24 twenty and nine talents, and seven hund.
38. 25 an hundred talents, and a thousand seven
38. 27 of the hundred talents of silver were cast
38. 27 the hundred talents, a talent for a socket
38. 29 the brass of the offering (was) seventy ta.
2 Sa. 12. 30 the weight whereof (was) a talent of gold
1 Ki. 9. 14 Hiram sent to the king six score talents
9. 28 gold, four hundred and twenty talents
10. 10 an hundredandtwenty talents of gold, and
10. 14 six hundred threescore and six talents of
ib. 24 he bought the hill, .for two talents of sil.
20. 39 or else thou shalt pay a talent of silver
2 Ki 5 5 took with him ten talents of silver, and
5. 22 give them, I pray thee, a talent of silver
5. 23 Naaman said, Be content, take two talents
5 23 he urged him, and bound two talents of
if, 19 Menahem gave Pul a thousand talents of
18. 14 talents of silver, and thirty talents of gold
23. 33 an hundred talents of silver, and a talent
i Ch.ig. 6jchildren of Ammon sent a thousand tale.
20. 2 found it to weigh a talent of gold, and (th.
22 14 an hundred thousand talents of gold, and
22. 14 a thousand thousand talents of silver; and
29. 4 three thousand talents of gold, of the gold
29 4 seven thousand talents of refined silver, to
29. 7 five thousand talentsand ten thousand dr.
29. 7 and of silver ten thousand talents, and
29. 7 of brass eighteen thousand talents
29. 7 and one hundred thousand talents of iron
a Ch. 3. 8 fine gold, (amounting) to six hundred tal.
8 18 took thence four hundred and fifty talents
9. 9 an hundred and twenty talents of gold, and
9. 13 six hundred andthreescore and six talents
25. 6 He hired. .for an hundred talents of silver
25. 9 what shall we do for the hundred talents
27. 5 an hundred talents of silver, and ten th
36. 3 an hundred talents of silver and a talent
Ezra 8. 26 six hundred and fifty talents of silver, and
8. 26 talents, (and) of gold an hundred talents
Esth. 3. 9 I will pay ten thousand talents of silver
Zech. 5. 7 behold, there was lifted up a talent of 1.
2.A circuit, cake, talent, i?3 kikkar.
Ezra 7. 22 Unto an hundred talents of silver, and to
3. .A talent, weight, balance, rd\avrov talanton,
Matt 18. 24 one., which owed him ten thousand talents
25. 15 unto one he gave five talents, to another
25. 16 Then he that had received the five talents
25. 16 went.. and made(them)otherflve [talents]
25. 20 And so he that had received five talents
25. 20 came and brought other five [talents], say.
25. 20 Lord, thou deliveredst unto me five tale.
25. 20 I have gained besides them five talents
25. 22 He also that had received two talents ca.
25. 22 Lord, thou deliveredst unto me two tale.
25. 22 I have gained two other talents besides
25. 24 he which had received the one talent ca.
22. 25 and went and hid thy talent in the earth
25. 28 Take therefore the talent from him, and
25. 28 give (it) unto him which hath ten talents
4. Weighing a talent, raKavrialos talantiaios.
Rev. 16. 21 (every stone) about the weight of a talent
TALES, to carry (idle)
1. Slanderer, Van rakil.
Eze. 22. 9 In thee are men that carry tales to shed
2. Idle or trijling talk, ATjpoi leros.
Luke24. ii their words seemed to them as idle tales
TA-LI -THA CTJ -MI, Ta\i9d Kovpi (from Syriacj.
Mark 5. 41 said unto her, Talitha cuini . . Damsel . . ar.
TALK --
1. Word, matter, -.yj dabar.
Job 15. 3 Should he reason with unprofitable talk ?
Prov.i4. 23 the talk of the lips (tendeth) only to pen.
2. Mouth, .19 peh.
Eccl. 10. 13 the end of his talk (is) mischievous mad.
3. Lip, ,19^ saphah.
Job ii. 2 and should a man full of talk be justified?
4. Word, matter, x6yo? logos.
Matt 22. 15 how they might entangle him in (his) talk
TALK (with), to
1.7*0 say, (lift up the voice], "Jjx amar.
Gen. 4. 8 And Cain talked with Abel his brother
2. 7*o speak, (lead out words), -tyy dabar.
Zech. i. 9 the angel that talked with me said unto
i. 13 the LORD answered the angel that talked
1. 19 I said unto the angel that talked with me
2. 3 the angel that talked with me went forth
4. i the angel that talked with me came again
4. 4 spake to the angel that talked with me
4. 5 the angel that talked with me answered
5. 5 the angel that talked with me went forth
5. 10 Then said I to the angel that talked with
6. 4 said unto the angel that talked with me
3.7*o be spoken, speak, together, ~\y\ dabar, 2.
Eze. 33. 30 children of thy people still are talking
4. 7*o speak, ~iyy dabar, 3.
Gen. 17. 3 Abramfellouhis face: and God talked wi.
17. 22 he left off talking with him, and God went
35. 13 God went up from him. .where he talked
35. 14 a pillar in the place where he talked with
45. 15 and after that his brethren talked with
Exod2o. 22 Ye have seen that I have talked with you
33. 9 stood (at) the door. . and the LORD talked w.
34. 29 skin of his face shone while he talked with
34. 31 called unto them . . and Moses talked with
Num ii. 17 I will come down and talk with thee the.
Deut. 5. 4 The LORD talked with you face to face in
5. 24 have seen this day that God doth talk with
6. 7 shalt talk of them when thou sittest in th.
Judg. 6. 17 show me a sign that thou talkest with me
14. 7 he went down and talked with the woman
i Sa. 2. 3 Talk no more so exceeding proudly; let
14. 19 it came to pass,while Saul talked unto the
17. 23 as he talked with them, behold, there ca.
1 Ki. i. 14 while thou yet talkest there with the kinjr
i. 22 while she yet talked with the king, Nathar
2 Ki. 2. ii as they stillwent on, and talked, that, be.
6. 33 while he yet talked with them, behold, the
8. 4 the king talked with Gehazi, the servant
1 8. 26 talk not with us in the Jews language in
2 Ch.25. 16 it came to pass, as he talked with him, th.
Esth. 6. 14 while they (were) yet talking with him
Job 13. 7 Will ye speak wickedly.. and talk deceit.
Psa 37. 30 righteous. . his tongue talketh of judgment
145. ii They shall speak. . and talk of thy power
Prov.24. 2 heart studieth destruction . . lips talk of
Jer. 12. i (yet) let me talk with thee of (thy) judg.
38. 25 if the princes hear that I have talked with
Eze. 3. 22 go forth, .and I will there talk with thee
Dan. 9. 22 he informed (me), andtalked with me, and
10. 17 can the servant of this my lord talk with
5.To meditate, utter, njn hagah.
Psa. 71. 24 My tongue also shall talk]of thy righteou.
6.7*o number, recount, 159 saphar, 3.
Psa. 69. 26 they talk to the grief of those whom thou
7.7*0 boii} down, meditate, n t? siach.
i Ch.i6. 9 sing psalms unto him, talk ye of all his
Psa. 77. 12 meditate also of all thy work, and talk
105. 2 sing psalms unto him : talk ye of all his
119. 27 so shall I talk of thy wondrous works
Prov. 6. 22 (when) thou awakest, it shall talk with
8.7*0 talk, \a\fu laleo.
Matt 12. 46 While he yet talked to the people, behold
Mark 6. 50 he talked with them, and saith unto them
Luke24 . 32 while he talked with us by the way, and
John 4. 27 and marvelled that he talked with the wo.
4. 27 yet no man said. .Why talkest thou with
9. 37 seen him, and it is he that talketh with
14. 30 1 will not talk much with you : for the pr.
Acts 26. 31 they talked between themselves, saying
Rev. 4. i as it were of a trumpet talking with me
17. i talked with me, saying unto me, Come hi.
21. 9 talked with me, saying, Come hither, I
21. 15 he that talked with me had a golden reed
9.7*0 converse with, 6fj.i\to> homileo.
Luke24 . 14 they talked together of all these things
Acts 20. ii talked a long while, even till break of day
10.7*0 talk together, ffv\\a\(ta sullaleo.
Matt 1 7. 3 there appeared . . Moses and Elias talking
Mark 9. 4 appeared, .they were talking with Jesus
Luke 9. 30 there talked with him two men, which we.
11.7*0 converse together, ffwo^iKfta sunomilco.
Acts 10. 27 as he talked with him, he went in, and
TALKER, (vain)
\.Tongue, \vffh lashon.
Eze. 36. 3 ye are taken up in the lips of talkers, an<t
TALKING 961 TARSUS
2.A vain speaker, fj.araio\6yos mataiologos.
Titus i. 10 there are many unruly and vain talkers
TALKING, (foolish)
1.A word, speech, n^p milluh.
Job 29. 9 The princes refrained talking, and laid
2. Meditation (talk} is to [hiin\, h iJ S? tiach le.
1 Ki.iS. 27 either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or
3. Foolish speaking, n(apo\oyia moroloyia.
Epli. 5. 4 Neither lilthiness, nor foolish talking, nor
TALL, taller
1. /fright, stature, n.pip qomah.
2 Ki. 19. 23 will cut down the tall cedar trees thereof
Isa. 37. 24 I will cut down . . tall cedars thereof, (and)
2. To be high, en rum.
Deut. i. 28 The people (is) greater and taller than we
2. lo.a people great, and many, and tall, as the
2. 21 A people great, and many, and tall ; 9.2.
TAMAH. See THAMAH.
TAL -MAI, S^B bold, spirited.
1. A son of Ahak, in Hebron, in the days of Joshua.
B.C. 1450.
Numi3. 22 where Ahiman, Sheshai, and T., the chil.
Josh 15. 14 Caleb drove thence . .Ahiman, and T., the
Judg. 1. 10 they slew Sheshai, and Ahiman, and T.
2. A king of Geshur, father of Maacah one of David s
wives. B.C. 1040.
2 Sa. 3. 3 Maacah the daughter of T , king of Geshur
13. 37 Absalom fled, and went to T., the son of
i Ch. 3. 2 Maacah the daughter of T. king of Geshur
TAL -MON, pota, jb^J oppressor, violent.
A Levite in Jerusalem in the days of Ezra. B.C. 536-445.
i Ch. 9. 17 the porters (were). .T., and Ahiman, and
Ezra 2. 42 children of T., the children of Akkub
Neh. 7. 45 children of T., the children of Akkub
IT. 19 Akkub, T., and their brethren that kept
12. 25 T., Akkub. .porters, keeping the ward at
TA -MAR, ^SPi palm.
l.VVife of Er the eldest son of Judah, and mother of
Pharez and Zarah. B.C. 1670.
Gen. 38. 6 Judah tooka wifeforEr. . whose name. .T.
38. ii Then said Judah to T. his daughter in law
38. ii T. went and dwelt in her father s house
38. 13 it was told T., saying, Behold, thy father
38. 24 T. thy daughter in law hath played the ha.
Ruth 4. 12 of Pharez, whom T. bare unto Judah, of
i Ch. 2. 4 T. his daughter in law bare him Pharez
2. Daughter of David violated by Amnon, and avenged
by Absalom. B.C. 1022.
7 Sa. 13. i had a fair sister, whose name (was) T.
13. 2 Amnon. .fell sick for his sister T.; for she
13. 4 I love T., my brother Absalom s sister
13. 5 let my sister T. come and give me meat
13. 6 Amnon said unto the king, .let T. my sis.
13. 7 David sent home toT., saying, Go nowto
13. 8 So T. went to her brother Amnon s house
13. 10 Amnon said untoT., Bring the meat into
13. 10 T. took the cakes which she had made, and
13. 19 And T. put ashes on her head, and rent
13. 20 So T. remained desolate in. .Absalom s
13. 22 because he had forced his sister T.
13. 32 from the day that he forced his sister T.
1 Ch. 3. 9 beside the sons of the concubines, and T.
3. A daughter of Absalom. B.C. 1010.
2 Sa. 14. 27 and one daughter, whose name (was) T.
4. A city in the S. of Judah, near the Salt Sea ; perhaps
En-gedi.
Eze. 47. 19 from T.. .to the waters of strife (in) Kad.
48. 28 the border shall be even from T. (unto)
TAME, be tamed, to
To tame, subdue, Sa/xa^oj damazo.
Mark 5. 4 fetters broken . . neither could . . (man) ta.
Jas. 3. 7 is tamed, and hath been tamed of man.
3. 8 the tongue can no man tame ; (it is) an
TAM-MTTZ, HSR
A Syrian and Phoenician idol ; the Greek Adonis.
Eze. 8. 14 behold, there sat women weeping for T.
TANACH. See TAAKACH.
TAN-HU -METH, rcmn comfort.
A Netophathite, whose son Seraiah was one of the cap
tains whom Gedaliah tried to persuade to serve the
Chaldeans. B.C. 620.
a Ki.25. 23 Seraiah the son of T. the Netophathite
Jer. 40. 8 Seraiah the son of T., and the sons of E.
TANNER
A tanner, dresser of hides, fivprrevs burseus.
Acts 9. 43 tarried . .in Joppa with one Simon a tan.
\ 10. 6 He lodgeth with one Simon a tanner, wh.
10. 32 lodged in the house of (one) Simon a tan.
TAPESTRY, coverings of
Coverings, B "13-19 marbaddim.
Prov. 7. 16 decked my bed with coverings of tapestry
31. 22 She maketh herself coverings of tapestry
TA -PHATH, no? ornament.
A daughter of Solomon who became the wife of one of
bis officers. B.C. 1000.
i Ki. 4. ji which had T. the daughter of Solomon to
121
TAP-PTT -AH, niEn apple, hill place.
1. A city in W. of Judah near Hebron, and now called
Teffuk.
Josh. 1 2. 17 The king of T., one : the king of Hepher
15. 34 And Zanoah, and En-gannim, T., and E.
2. A city in Ephraim or Manasseh, now called Atuf.
Josh.i6. 8 The border went out from T. westward
17. 8 Manasseh had the land of T.: but T. on
3. A son of Hebron. B.C. 1500.
i Ch. 2. 43 Korah, and T., and Rekem, and Shema
TA -RAH, rn? turning, duration, wandering.
The twenty-third station of Israel from Egypt, and the
twelfth from Sinai ; between Tahath and Mithcah.
. 27 And they departed, .and pitched at T.
33. 28 they removed from T., and pitched in M.
TAR-A -LAH, n)tnn power of God.
A city in Benjamin, near Irpeel.
Josh.iS. 27 And Rekem, and Irpeel, and T.
TA-RE -A, j;-i>in flight. See Tahrea.
A son of Micah, grandson of Jonathan son of Saul. B.C.
IOOO.
i Ch. 8.35 the sons of Micah (were) . . Melech, and T.
TARES
Darnel, a weed like corn, iaviov zizanion.
Matti3_ 2 5 hi3 enemy came and sowed tares among
13. 26 blade, .sprung up. .then appeared the ta.
13. 27 sow good seed, .whence then hath it tares?
13. 29 lest, while ye gather up the tares, ye root
13. 30 Gather ye together first the tares, andbi.
13. 36 Declare unto us the parable of the tares
13. 38 the tares are the children of the wicked
13. 40 the tares are gathered and burned in the
TARGET
1. Jfalbert, javelin, pT? kidon.
i Sa. 17. 6 and a target of brass between his shoul.
2. Target, buckler, njs tsinnah.
1 Ki. 10. 16 Solomon made two hundred targets (of)
10. 16 hundred (shekels) of gold went to one ta.
2 Ch. 9. 15 Solomon made two hundred targets (of)
9. 15 six hundred (shekels), .went to one target
14. 8 an army (of men) that bare targets and
TARPELITES, N^IB.
An Assyrian tribe, in Tapur, E. of Elam, or in Tarpct
in the Maeotic swamp ; transported to Samaria byShalmaneser.
B.C. 678.
Ezra 4. 9 theT., the Apharsites, the Archevites, the
TARRY (all night, behind, for, long, longer), to
I. To be or keep behind, late, in? achar, 5.
2 Sa. 20. 5 he tarried longer than the set time which
2. To keep behind, tarry, I~N achar, 3.
Judg. 5. 28 cried, .why tarry the wheels of his char.?
Psa. 40. 17 thou (art) my help, .make no tarrying, O
70. 5 thou (art) my help . . O LORD, make no ta.
Prov 23. 30 They that tarry long at the wine ; they
Isa. 46. 13 my salvation shall not tarry : and I will
Hab. 2. 3 vision .. will surely come, it will not tarry
3. To cause to be long, prolong, ~ix arak, 5.
Num. 9. 19 when the cloud tarried long upon the ta.
9. 22 the cloud tarried upon the tabernacle, re.
4. To be silent, cease, stand stitl, csy damam.
1 Sa. 14. 9 Tarry until we come to you ; then we will
5. To stay, S n, *?in chul, chil,
Judg. 3. 25 they tarried till they were ashamed ; and
6. To wait earnestly, n:n chakah, 3.
2 Ki. 7. 9 if we tarry till the morning light, some
9. 3 Then open the door and flee, and tarry
7. To wait with hope, stay, *?n; yachal, 2.
i Sa. 13. 8 he tarried seven days, according to the
8.7 o cause to wait with hope, Srr yachal, 5.
1 Sa. 10. 8 seven days shalt thou tarry, till I come
2 Sa. 18. 14 Then said Joab, I may not tarry thus wi.
9. To be behind, late, in; yachar.
2 Sa. 20. 5 he tarried longer than the set time which
10. To sit down or still, :?*; yashab.
Gen. 27. 44 tarry with him a few days, until thy br.
Exod24. 4 Tarry ye here for us, until we comeagain
Lev. 14. 8 shall tarry abroad out of his tent seven
Num22. 19 tarry ye also here this night, that I may
Judg. 6. 1 8 he said, I will tarry until thou come again
Ruth 2. 7 until now, that she tarried a little in the
1 Sa. i . 23 Do what seemeth thee good ; tarry until
14. 2 Saul tarried in the uttermost part of G.
30. 24 so (shall) his part (be) that tarrieth by the
2 Sa. 10. 5 Tarry at Jericho until your beards be gr.
11. i But David tarried still at Jerusalem
ii. 12 Tarry here to day also, and to morrow I
15. 29 again to Jerusalem ; and they tarried th.
2 Ki. 2. 2, 4, 6 Tarry here, I pray thee ; for the LORD
2. 18 they came again to him, for he tarried at
14. 10 tarry at home ; for why shouldest thou
i Ch.ig. 5 Tarry at Jericho until your beards be gr.
20. i besieged Rabbah. But David tarried at J.
11. To be prepared, established, p3 kun, 2.
Psa.ioi. 7 he that telleth lies shall not tarry in my
12. To pass the night, }^>, p
1
? lun, lin.
Gen. 19. 2 tarry all night, and wash your feet, and
24. 54 they did eat and drink, .and tarried all
28. ii tarried there all night, because the sun
Gen. 31. 54 they did eat bread, and tarried all night
Judgi 3. 6 tarryall night, and let thineheart bemer.
19. 9 I pray you tarry all night : behold, the
19 10 the man would not tarry that night, but
Ruth 3. 13 Tarry this night, and it shall be in the m.
2 83.19. 7 there will not tarry one with thee this ni.
Jer. 14. 8 man (that) turueth aside to tarry for a ni.
13. To tarry, linger, delay, srrp mahah, la.
Exodi2. 39 could not tarry, neither had they prepa.
Judg. 3. 26 Ehud esi.-i .ped while they tarried, and pa.
19. 8 they tarried until afternoon, and they did
2 Sa. 15. 28 I will tarry in the plain of the wilderness
Hab. 2. 3 though it tarry, wait for it; because it will
14. Dweller at home, nij navah.
Psa. 68. 12 she that tamed at home divided the sp.
15. To stand, stand firm, T?y amad.
Gen. 45. 9 Thus saith thy son. .come down. .tarry not
e Sa. 15. 17 and tarried in a place that was far off
16. To wait, expect, nijj qavah, 3.
Mic. 5. 7 as the showers . . that tarrieth not for man
17. To hope, wnit, look for, ~\yy sabar, 3.
Ruth i. 13 Would ye tarry for them till they were
18. To be slow, to delay, /Bpativvca braduno.
i Ti. 3 . 15 if I tarry long, that thou mayest know how
19. To rub through, pass the time, Starpiftca diatribf>.
John 3. 22 there he tarried with them, and baptized
Acts 25. 6 when he had tarried among them more
20. To remain on or upon, eVi^fVco epimeno.
Acts 10. 48 Then prayed they him to tarry certain da.
21. 4 finding disciples, we tarried there seven
21. 10 as we tarried (there) many days, there ca.
28. 12 landing at Syracuse, we tarried (there) th.
28. 14 were desired to tarry with them seven da.
i Co. 16. 7 I trust to tarry a while with you, if the I*
16. 8 But I will tarry at Ephesus until Pentec.
21. To sit or set down, KaBtfa kathizo.
Luke24- 49 tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye
22. To be about to, delay, p.tAAeo mello.
Acts 22. 16 why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized
23. To receive in, ^/cSe^ojucu ekdechomai.
i Co. ii. 33 when ye come together to eat, tarry one
24. To remain, /nevca meno.
Matt;26. 38 Then saith he. .tarry ye here, and watch
Mark 14. 34 saith unto them, .tarry ye here, and watch
Luke24. 29 And he went in to tarry with them
John 4. 40 they besought him that he would tarry wi.
21. 22, 23 If I will that he tarry till I come, what
Acts 9. 43 he tarried many days in Joppa with one
1 8. 20 they desired (him) to tarry longer time wi.
20. 5 These going before tarried for us at Troas
20. 15 we arrived at Samos, and tarried at Trog.
25. To do, make, iroteco poieo.
Acts 15. 33 after they had tarried (there) a space, they
26. To look toward, expect, irpoaSoKtica prosdokao.
Acts 27. 33 that ye have tarried and continued fasting
27. To remain toward, npofffj.fi w prosmeno.
Acts 18. 18 Paul (after this) tarried (there) yet a good
28. To remain under, behind, uiro^eVco hupomeno.
Luke 2. 43 the child Jesus tarried behind in Jerusa.
29. To delay, defer, tarry, xpovifa chronizo.
Matt25. 5 While the bridegroom tarried, they all si.
Luke i. 21 marvelled that he tarried so long in the
Heb. 10. 37 yet a little while, and he. .will not tarry
TAR -SHISH, THAR -SHISH, er?nn hard.
1. A son of Javan grandson of Noah; his descendants
the Tyrseni in Western Italy.
Gen. 10. 4 the sons of Javan : Elishah, and T., Kitt.
i Ch. i. 7 the sons of Javan ; Elishah, and T., Kitt.
2. Mighty ships fitted for long voyages.
1 Ki. 10. 22 For the king had at sea a navy of T. with
10. 22 once in three years came the navy of T.
22. 48 Jehoshaphat made ships of T. to go to O.
2 Ch. 9. 21 For the king s ships went to T. with the
Psa. 48. 7 Thou breakest the ships of T. with an east
Isa. 2. 16 upon all the ships of T., and upon all pi.
23. i, 14 Howl, ye ships of T.
60. 9 ships of T. first, to bring thy sons from far
Eze. 27. 25 ships of T. did sing of thee in thy market
3. Son of Bilhan the grandson of Benjamin. B.C. 1600.
i Ch. 7. 10 Chenaanah, and Zethan, and T., and Ah.
4. Tartessus in Spain; or Carthage in N. of Africa, or
Ceylon in S. of India.
[2 Ch. 9. 21 ; 20. 36, 37; Ps. 72. 10 ; Isa. 23 6, 10; 66. 19;
Jer 10. 9; Eze. 27. 12; 38. 13; Jon. i. 3, 3, 3; 4. 2.]
6. One of the seven princes of Persia who saw the king s
face at pleasure. B.C. 520.
Esth. i. 14 the next unto him (was). .T., Meres, Ma.
TARSUS, Tapo-o j.
The birthplace of Paul the Apostle, and the capital of
Cilicia in Asia Minor on the river Cydnus. It was a
noted seat of philosophy and literature, ranking with
Athens and Alexandria. Was made a free city by Augus
tus, being said to have been founded by Sardanapalua
B.C. 820; in 401 it was taken and plundered by the
younger Cyrus ; in 333 it was taken by Alexander the
Great ; in 47 it sided with Caesar against Pompey, and
took the name of Juliopolis. It was seized by the Sara
cens in the early days of their empire, was taken from
them in the second half of the tenth century, but re
stored ; councils were held herein A.D. 431, 435. and 1177,
TARTAK 962 TEACH
Acts 9. ii enquire..for..3aul,ofT.: for.behold hepr.
g. 3o brought him. .and sent him forth to 1.
ii M Then departed Barnabas to T., for to seek
II. 2S ineii vi^wtv* T 11 f<
21 w Paul said, I am a man. .a Jewof T.. .mi
22! 3 I am verily a man. .a Jew, born in T. . .in
TAR -TAK PEPP hero of darkness.
A god worshipped by the Avites whom Shalmaneser re
moved to Samaria.
2 Ki. 17. 31 the Avites made Nibhaz and 1 ., and the
Inofficial of Sargon and of Sennacherib, kings of As
syria, sent to Hezekiah. B.C. 710.
2 Ki. 18. 17 the king of Assyria sent T., and Rabsaris
Isa. 20. i In the year that T. came unto Ashdod.wh.
TASK, taskmaster
I. A word, matter, iyj dabar.
Exod. 5. 13 Fulfil your works, (your) daily tasks as
5. ,9 shall not minish (ought), .of your daily ta.
2.A statute, statutory work, pn choq.
Exod. 5. 14 Wherefore have ye not fulfilled your task
3. To exact, v^nagas.
Exod 3 7 heard their cry by reason of their taskm.
5 6 commanded the same day the taskmaste.
5 10 the taskmasters of the people went out
5 13 the taskmasters hasted (them), saying, F.
5. 14 which Pharaoh s taskmasters had set over
4.Head or chief of the, burden or levy, DO *ap sar mas.
Exod. i. ii they did set over them taskmasters to afll.
TASTE (to)
1. Palate, taste, 30 chek.
Job 6. 30 cannot my taste discern perverse things!
Psa 119 103 How sweet are thy words unto my taste !
Prov 24 13 the honeycomb, (which is)sweet;tothyta.
Song 2. 3 I sat down.. his fruit (was) sweet to my ta.
2. Taste, reason, cm? taam.
Exodi6. 31 the taste of it(was)like wafers (made) wi.
\urnn 8 the taste of it was as the taste of fresh oil
Job 6. 6 or is there (any) taste in the white of an
Jer. 48. ii Ms taste remained in him, and his scent
3. To taste, perceive, cm? taam.
1 Sa. 14. 24 So none of the people tasted (any) food
14. 29 enlightened, because 1 tasted a little of
14 43 I did but taste a little honey with the end
2 Sa. 3. 35 if I taste bread, or ought else, till the sun
19. 35 can thy servant taste what I eat or what
Job 12. ii Doth not. .the mouth taste his meat?
34 3 the ear trieth words, as the mouth tasteth
Psa. 34. 8 O taste and see that the LORD (is) good
Jon. 3. 7 Let neither man nor beast . . taste any th.
4. Taste, cy? teem.
Dan. 5. 2 Belshazzar, whiles he tasted the wine, c.
5.7"o taste, experience, yevopai gettmnai.
Matti6. 28 There be some, .which shall not taste of
27. 34 when he had tasted (thereof), he would
Mark 9. i there be some, .which shall not taste of
Luke 9. 27 there be some . . which shall not taste of
14. 24 none, .which were bidden shall taste of
John. 2. 9 When the ruler of the feast had tasted
8. 52 a man keep my saying, he shall never ta.
Col 2. 21 Touch not; taste not; handle not
Heb. 2. 9 he by the grace of God should taste death
6. 4 have tasted of the heaveuly.gift, and were
6. 5 have tasted the good word of God, and
i Pe. 2. 3 If so be ye have tasted that the Lord (is)
TAT -NAI, tfifl.
A governor of the king of Persia on the W. of the Jor
dan, in Samaria, who opposed the Jews, and wrote to
Darius to stop the temple. B.C. 520.
Ezra 5. 3 At the same time came to them T., gov.
5. 6 The copy of the letter that T. . . sent unto
6. 6 Now. .T.. .and your companions, .be ye
6. 13 Then T. . . Shethar-boznai, and their com.
TATTLER
A prater, tattler, <(>\vapos phluaros.
i Ti. 5. 13 not only idle, but tattlers also and busy.
TATJGHT, (to be)
I. To be chastised, instructed, ip; yasar, 2.
Eze. 23. 48 that all women maybe taught not to do
2.7*0 be taught, ipS lamad, 4.
Isa 29. 13 their fear toward me is taught by the pr.
Hos. 10. ii Ephraim (is as) an heifer (that is) taught
8. Taught, learned, -no1
? limmud.
Isa. 54. 13 all thy children (shall be) taught of the
4. Taught, SiSaKirfs didaktos.
John 6. 45 It is written . .they shall be all taught of
TATJGHT,, ai hath been
Teaching, doctrine, Kara 8i5ax^ / kata didachen.
Titus i. 9 Holding fast., as he hath been taught, that
TAUGHT of God
Ood taught, OtotiiSaKros theodidaktos.
i Th. 4. 9 ye yourselves are taught of God to love
TAUNT, taunting
\.Reviling, n^ns geduphah.
Eze. 5. 15 So H shall be a reproach and a taunt, an
2. A moral, interpretation, ly /P melitsah.
Hab. 3. 6 Shall not all these take up . . a taunting pr.
3. Sharp saying, byeicord, JVJ? sheninah.
Jer. 24. 9 (to be) a reproach and a proverb, a taunt
TAVERNS. See three.
TAX, be taxed, taxation
1. 7*o set in array, value, 3"]J" arak, 5.
2Ki. 23. 35 he taxed the land to give the money ace.
2. Array, valuation, 3"$ erek.
2 Ki.23. 35 exacted, .of every one according to hista.
3.A writing off, register, biroypacp-fi apographe.
Luke 2. 2 this taxing was ttrstmade when Cyrenius
Acts 5. 37 rose up Judas, .in the days of the taxing
4. To wnte off, register, airoypd<pw upographo.
Luke 2. i a decree, .that all the world should be ta.
2. 3 all went to he taxed, every one into his
2. 5 To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife
TEACH, to
I. To teach, ^x alaph, 3.
Job 33. 33 hold thy peace, and I shall teach thee wi.
35. ii Who teacheth us more than the beasts of
2.7*0 cause to understand, j 3 bin, 5.
2 Ch 35. 3 said unto the Levites that taught all Isr.
Neh. 8. 9 the Levites that taught the people, said
3. 7*0 speak, 13? dabar, 3.
Jer. 28. 16 thou hast taught rebellion against the L.
29. 32 he hath taught rebellion against the LORD
4.7*0 warn, cause to shine, inj zahar, 5.
ExodiS. 20 thou shalt teach them ordinances and la.
5. 7*0 cause to know, jn; yada, 5.
Deut. 4. 9 but teach them thy sons, and thy sons so.
Judg. 8. 16 and with them he taught the men of Sue.
2 Ch.23. 13 the singers, .and such as taught to sing
Job 32. 7 and multitude of years should teach wis.
37. 19 Teach us what we shall say untohim ; (for)
Psa. 90. 12 So teach (us) to number our days, that we
Prov. g. 9 teach a just (man), and he will increase
Isa. 40. 13 or, (being) his counsellor, hath taught him?
6. To cause to know, VT yeda, 5.
Ezra 7. 25 and teach ye them that know (them) not
7. To chastise, instruct, teach, "ip; yasar, 3.
Prov3i. i the prophecy that his mother taught him
8.7*0 cast, shoiv, direct, teach, TV yarah, 5.
Exod. 4. 12 I will be with thy mouth, and teach thee
4. 15 and will teach you what ye shall do
24. 12 commandments, .that thou mayest teach
35. 34 he hath put in hisheart that hemay teach
Lev. 10. ii that ye may teach the children of Israel
14. 57 To teach when (it is) unclean, and when
Deuti?. ii sentence of the law which they shall teach
24. 8 all that the priests the Levites shall teacli
33. 10 They shall teach Jacob thy judgments, and
Judgi3. 8 teach us what we shall do unto the child
i Sa. 12. 23 I will teach you the good and the right
1 Ki. 8. 36 that thou teach them the good way wher.
2 Ki.i?. 27 let him teach them the manner of theGod
17. 28 taught them how they should fear the L.
2 Ch. 6. 27 when thou hast taught them the good way
Job 6. 24 Teach me, and I will hold my tongue
8. 10 Shall not they teach thee, (and) tell thee
12. 7 ask now the beasts, and they shall teach
12. 8 speak to the earth, and it shall teach thee
27. ii I will teach you by the hand of God: (that
34 . 32 (That which) I see not, teach thou me
36. 22 God exalteth by his power : who teacheth
Psa. 25. 8 therefore will he teach sinners in the way
25. 12 him shall he teach in the way (that) hesh
27. ii Teach me thy way, O LORD, and lead me
32 81 will instruct thee and teach thee in the
45. 4 thy right hand shall teach thee terrible
86. ii Teach me thy way, O LORD; I will walk
119. 33 Teach me, O LOKD, the way of thy statut
119. 102 I have not departed, .for thou hast tau.
Prov. 4. 4 He taught me also, and said unto me, Let
4.11! have taught thee in the way of wisdom
6. 13 he speaketh with his feet, he teacheth wi
Isa. 2. 3 he will teach us of his ways, and we will
9. 15 the prophet that teacheth lies, he (is) the
28. 9 Whom shall he teach knowledge? and w
28. 26 God doth instruct. . (and) doth teach him
Eze. 44. 23 they shall teach my people (the difference
Mic. 3. ii the priests thereof teach for hire, and th
4. 2 he will teach us of his ways, and we wil
Hab. 2. 19 to the dumb stone, Arise, it shall teach !
9.7*0 teach, np^>
lamad, 3.
Deut. 4. i and unto the judgments, which I teach
4 5 I have taught you statutes and judgment
4. 10 and (that) they may teach their children
4 . 14 commanded me at that time to teach yoi
5. 31 the judgments, which thon shalt teach
6. i the LOKD your God comi..nded to teach
ii. 19 ye shall teach them your children, speak
20. 18 That they teach you not to doafterall th
31. 19 write ye this song for you, and teach it
31. 22 Moses therefore . . taught it the children o
Judg. 3. 2 the children of Israel might know to tea
2 Sa. i. 1 8 he bade them teach the children of Juda
22. 35 He teacheth my hands to war ; so that (
a Ch. 1 7. 7 he sent to his princes . . to teach in the c
17. 9 they taught in Judah, and (had) the boo
17. 9 and went about, .and taught the people
Ezra 7. 10 and to teach in Israel statutes and judg
Job 21. 22 Shall (any) teach God knowledge? seein
Psa. 1 8. 34 He teacheth my hands to war, so that a
25. 4 Show me thy ways, O LORD ; teach me th
35. 5 Lead me iu thy truth, and teach me : fo
Psa. 25. 9 and the meek will he teach his way
34. 1 1 hearken unto me ; I will teach you the
51. 13 (Then) will I teach transgressors thy ways
60. title. To the chief Musician, .to teach : when
71. 17 thou hast taught me from my youth : and
94. 10 he that teacheth man knowledge, (shall
94. 12 thou. .LORD, .teachesthim outof thy law
19. 12, 26, 64, 68, 124, 135 teach me thy statutes
19. 66 Teach me good judgment and knowledge
19. 108 I beseech thee. .teach me thy judgments
19. 171 when thou hast taught me thy statutes
32. 12 and my testimony that I shall teach them
43. 10 Teach me to do thy will ; for thou (art)niy
44. i which teacheth my hands to war, (and)
Eccl. i2. 9 the preacher was wise, he still taughtthe
Isa. 40. 14 taught him in the path of judgment, and
48. 17 the LORD thy God which teacheth thee to
Jer. 2. 33 therefore hast thou also taught the wic.
9. 5 they have taught their tongue to speak
9. 14 after Baalim, which their fathers taught
9. 20 teach your daughters wailing, and every
12. 1 6 as they taught my people to swear by B.
13. 21 thou hast taught them (to be) captains
31. 34 they shall teach no more every man his
32. 33 I taught them, rising up early and teach.
Dan. i. 4 whom they might teach the learning and
[0. 7*o cause to act wisely, >; sakal, 5.
2 Ch. 3o. 22 the Levites that taught the good know.
Provi6. 23 The heart of the wise teacheth his mouth
11. Taught, SiSaxr^s didaktos.
i Co. 2. 13 not in the words which man s wisdom te.
2. 13 but which the Holy Ghost teacheth; com.
12.7*0 teach, SiSdffKta didasko.
Matt. 4. 23 teaching in their synagogues, and preach.
5. 2 he opened his mouth, and taught them
5. 19 Whosoever, .shall teach men so, he shall
5. 19 whosoever shall do and teach (them), the
7. 29 he taught them as (oue)having authority
9. 35 teaching in their synagogues, and preach.
11. i he departed thence, to teach and to preach
13. 54 he taught them in their synagogue, iuso.
15. 9 teaching (for) doctrinesthe commandme.
21. 13 the elders, .came unto him as he was te.
22. 1 6 thou art true, and teachest the way of
26. 55 I sat daily with you [teaching] in the te.
28. 15 took the money, and did as they were ta.
28. 20 Teaching them to observe all things wh.
Mark i. 21 he entered into the synagogue, and tau.
1. 22 for he taught them as one that had auth.
2. 13 resorted unto him, and he taught them
4. i he began again to teach by the sea side
4 . 2 he taught them many things by parables
6. 2 he began to teach in the synagogue : and
6. fc he went round about the villages, teach.
6. 30 what they had done, and what they had t.
6. 34 and he began to teach them many things
7. 7 teaching (for) doctrines the commandm.
8. 31 he began to teach them, that the Son of
9. 31 he taught his disciples, and said unto th.
10. i and, as he was wont, he taught them ag.
11. 17 he taught, saying unto them, Is it not wr.
12. 14 for thou. .teachest the way of God in tni.
12. 35 Jesus answered and said, while he taught
14. 49 I was daily with you .. teaching, and ye
Luke 4. 15 he taught in their synagogues, being glo.
4. 31 and taught them on the sabbath days
5 . 3 he sat down, and taught the people out
5 . 17 on a certain day, as he was teaching, that
6. 6 he entered into the synagogue and taught
1 1 i teach us to pray, as John also taught his
12. 12 the Holy Ghost shall teach you in the same
13. 10 he was teaching in one of the synagogues
13. 22 teaching and journeying toward Jerusal.
13. 26 We have eaten, .and thou hast taught in
19. 47 And he taught daily in the temple
20. i he taught the people in the temple, and
20. 21 thou sayest and teachest rightly, neither
20. 21 we know that thou. .teachest the way of
21 37 in the day time he was teaching in the te.
23. 5 He stirreth up the people, teaching thro.
John 6. 59 These- things said he. .as he taught in Ca.
7. 14 Jesus went up into the temple, and tau.
7 . 28 Then cried .lesus in the temple, as he ta.
7 . 35 will he go. .among the Gentiles, and tea.
8. 2 [people came unto him ; and he. .taught]
8 20 These words spake Jesus, .as he taught in
8 28 as my Father hath taught me, I speak th.
o 34 born in sins, and dost thou teach us?
14. 26 he shall teach you all things, and bring
18 20 I ever taught in the synagogue, and in the
Acts i i all that Jesus began both to do and teach
4 2 Being grieved that they taught the peop.
4 18 commanded them not to. .teach in the na.
V 21 they entered into the temple, .and taught
c 25 standing in the temple, and teaching the
r 28 command you, that ye should not teach
c 42 they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus
i 26 they assembled . . and taught much people
- i certain men which came . .taught the br.
,c 35 teaching and preaching the word of the
,S ii he continued, .teaching the word of God
8 25 taught diligently the things of the Lord
ao ao have taught you publicly, and from hou.
21. 21 thou teachest all the Jews which are among
21. 28 Thisis the man that teacheth all (men) ev.
28. 31 teaching those things which concern the
Rom 2. 21 Thou . .which teachest another, teachest
12. 7 Or ministry . . or he that teacheth, on
i Co. 4. 1 7 my ways . .as I teach every where in every
ii 14 Doth not even nature itself teach you, that
TEACH 963 TELL,
Gal. 1.12 neither was I taught (it), but by the rev.
Eph. 4. 21 ye have heard him, and have been taught
Col. i. a8 warning every man, and teaching every
2. 7 stablishedin the faith, as ye have beenta.
3. 16 teaching anil admonishing one another in
2 Th. 2. 15 the traditions which ye have been taught
1 Ti. 2. 12 I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to us.
4. 1 1 These things command and teach
6. 2 do (them) service. These things teach and
2 Ti. 2. 2 faithful men, who shall be able to teach
Titus i. ii teaching things which they ought not, for
Heb. 5. 12 ye have need that one teach you again wh.
8. 1 1 they shall not teach every man his neigh.
i Jo. 2. 27 and ye need not that any man teach you
2. 27 as the same anointing teacheth you of all
2. 27 even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide
Rev. 2. 14 who taught Balau to cast a stumbling bl.
Rev. 2. 20 to teach and to seduce my servants to co.
13. To tell down or thoroughly, Karayyt\\c0 katatj.
Acts 16. 21 teach customs, which are not lawful for
1 4. To sound doicn,instruct orally, Kariixfia katecheo.
i Co. 14. 19 that (by my voice) I might teach others
Gal. 6. 6 Let him that is taught in the word
6. 6 communicate unto him that teacheth in
15. To be or make a disciple, teach, [tadriTevw math.
Matt. 28. 19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, ba.
Acts 14. 21 when they had preached . . and had taught
16. To train, instruct, iratStvu paideuo.
Acts 22. 3 taught according to the perfect manner of
Titus 2. 1 2 Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and
T3ACH diligently, to
To sharpen, repeat, }sy shanan, 3.
Dent. 6. 7 thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy
TEACH other doctrine or otherwise, to
To teach other or different things, fTepoStSaa-Ka\fia.
i Ti. i. 3 charge some that they teach no other doctr.
6. 3 If any man teach otherwise, and consent
TEACHER, teaching
1.7*0 cause to understand, | ? Inn, f>.
1 Ch.25. 8 the small as the great, the teacher as the
2. To cast, show, direct, teach, rrv yarah, 5.
2 Ch. 15. 3 with out a teaching priest, and without law
i rov. 5. 13 have not obeyed the voice of my teachers
Isa. 30. 20 yet shall not thy teachers be removed in.
30. 20 but thine eyes shall see thy teachers
Hab. 2. 18 the molten image, and a teacher of lies
3. To interpret, p1
? luis, 5.
Isa. 43. 27 thy teachers have trangressed against me
4. To teach, ish lamad, 3.
Psa. 1 19. 99 niore understanding than all my teachers
5. Teacher, instructor, SiSarr/cuAos didaskalos.
John 3. 2 we know that thou art a teacher come fr.
Acts 13. i there were . .certain prophets and teach.
Rom. 2. 20 a teacher of babes, which hast the form
i Co. 12. 28 secondarily prophets, thirdly teachers, af.
12. 29 (are) all prophets? (are) all teachers? (are)
Eph. 4.11 evangelists ; and some, pastors and teac.
1 Ti. 2. 7 a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and ve.
2 Ti. i. ii an apostle, and a teacher of the Gentiles
4. 3 shall they heap to themselves teachers
Heb. 5. 12 when for the time ye ought to be teachers
6. Teaching, instruction, Si5a<rKa\la didaskalia.
Rom 12. 7 (let us wait) on (our) ministering . .on te.
TEACHER (of the law, of good things, false)
1. Teacher of good, Ka\n$i8d(rKa\os kalodidaskalos.
Titus 2. 3 not given to much wine, teachers of good t.
2. Teacher oj law, i>ofj.o5i5d<rKa\os nomodidasJcalos.
1 Ti. i. 7 Desiring to be teachers of the law: unde.
Z.A teacher of lies or falsehood, tyev8o8i5d(TKa.\os.
2 Pe. 2. i there shall be false teachers among yon
TEAR (in pieces, be torn), to
1. To cleave, rend, rip up, hatch, ypa baqa, 3.
2 Ki. 2. 24 and tare forty and two children of
Hos. 13. 8 devour them . . the wild beast shall tear
2. To take violently away, Vij c/azal.
Mai. i. 13 ye brought (that which was)torn, and the
3. To tread down, thresh, irn dush.
Judg 3. 7 I will tear your flesh with the thorns of
4. To tear, f]~\^ taraph.
Deut 33 . 20 teareth the arm with the crown of the he
Job 16. 9 He teareth (me) in his wrath,who hateth
18. 4 He teareth himself in his anger : shall the
Psa. 7. 2 Lest he tear my soul like a lion, rending
50. 22 lest I tear (you) in pieces, and (there be) Hos. 5. 14 I, even I, will tear and go away ; I will
6. i he hath torn, and he will heal us ; he hath
Amos. i. ii hisangerdid tearperpetually, andhekept MIC. 5. 8 both treadeth down, and teareth Nan in pieces 2. 12 The lion did tear in pieces enough for his
5. To be torn, f\-# taraph, 2.
Exod2 2. 13 If it be torn in pieces, .let him bring it
Jer. 5. 6 every one that goeth... shall be torn in pie.
6. To be torn, rpa taraph, 4.
Gen. 44. 28 Surely he is torn in pieces; and I saw him
7. To draw, tear, 3nij sachab.
Jer. 15. 3 the sword to slay, and the dogs to tear
8. To deal out, Dns paras.
Jer. 16. 7 Neither shall (men) tear (themselves) for
9. To break off, rend, fnp paraq.
Zee. ii. 16 of the fat, and tear their claws in pieces
10. To rend away, cut off, jni? gara.
2 Sa. 13. 31 the king arose, and tare his garments, and
Psa. 35. 15 theabjects. .they did tear(me), and ceased
Eze. 13. 20 I will tear them from your arms, and will
13. 21 Your kerchiefs also will I tear, and deliver
11.7V) break in pieces, ~\+V shabar.
1 Ki. 13. 26 the lion, which had torn him, and slain
13. 28 had not eaten the carcase, nor turn the ass
12.7*0 break, burst, rend, tear, p^yvv/j.1 rhegnumi.
Mark 9. 18 wheresoever he taketh him, he teareth
13. To draw out and beat, tear, lacerate, ffirapdffffw.
Mark i. 26 when the unclean spirit had torn him, arid
9. 20 when he saw him. .the spirit [tare] him
Luke Q. 39 it teareth him that he foameth again, and
14. 7*o tear or lacerate together, ffvmrapdcroroa susp.
Lukeg. 42 the devil threw him down, anu tare (him)
TEARS, (with)
1.7*0 weep, .133 bakah.
Esth. 8. 3 besought him with tears to put away the
2.^4 tear, n^Di dimah.
2 Ki. 20. 5 have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy te.
Psa. 6. 6 I am weary . .1 water my couch with myt.
39. 12 hold not thy peace at my tears: for I (am)
42. 3 My tears have been my meat day and ni.
56. 8 put thou my tears into thy bottle : (are
80. 5 Thou feedest them with the bread of tea.
80. 5 givest them tears to drink in great meas.
116. 8 mine eyes from tears, (and) my feet from
126. 5 They that sow in tears shall reap in joy
Eccl. 4. i behold the tears of (such as were) oppre.
Isa. 16. 9 I will water thee with my tears, O Hesh.
25. 8 the Lord GOD will wipe away tears from
38. 5 heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears
Jer. 9. i and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I
9. 1 8 that onr eyes may run down with tears
13. 17 shall weep sore, and run down with tears
14. 17 Let mine eyes run down with tears night
31. 16 Refrain, .thine eyes from tears: for thy
Lam. i. 2 weepeth sore in the night, and her tears
2. ii Mine eyes do fail with tears, my bowels
2. 1 8 let tears run down like a river day and
Eze. 24. 1 6 nor weep, neither shall thy tears run do.
Mai. 2. 13 covering the altar of the LOUD with tea.
3.^4 tear, Sdnpv dakru.
Mark 9. 24 the father. . cried out.and said [with tears]
Luke 7. 38 began to wash hisfeet with tears, and did
7. 44 she hath washed my feet with tears, and
Acts 20. 19 Serving the Lord, .with many tears, and
20. 31 warn every one night and day with tears
2 Co. 2. 4 I wrote unto you with many tears, not th.
2 Ti. i. 4 being mindful of thy tears, that I may be
Heb. 5. 7 supplications, with strong crying and te.
12. 17 though he sought it carefully with tears
Rev. 7. 17 God shall wipe away all tears from their
21. 4 God shall wipe away all tears from their
TEAT
1. Breast, teat, TJ dad.
Eze. 23. 3 there they bruised the teats of their virg.
23. 21 in bruising thy teats by the Egyptians for
I.Breast, teat, ty shad.
Isa. 32. 12 They shall lament for the teats, for tho
TE -BAH, PCB thick, strong.
A son of Nahor the brother of Abraham. B.C. 1860.
Gen. 22. 24 she bare also T., and Gaham, and Thah.
TE-BAL -IAH, *n^3P Jah is protector. A son of Hosah, a Merarite, a gatekeeper for the taber
nacle in the days of David. B.C. 1015.
i Ch.26. ii Hilkiah the second, T. the third, Zechariah
TE -BETH, n?C winter.
The tenth Jewish month, from the new moon of January
till that of February.
Esth. 2. 16 the tenth month, which (is) the month T.
TEDIOUS unto, to be
To cut in, interrupt, eyitdirTcn egkopto.
Acts 24. 4 that I be not further tedious unto thee
TEETH, (cheek, great, jaw)
I. Possessor of edges, ni E 9 Vi3 [baal].
Isa. 41. 15 sharp threshing instrument having teeth
2. Jaw cr great teeth, HUTtc maltaoth.
Psa. 58. 6 break out the great teeth of the young
3.Jaw or great teeth, niy r"? methalleoth.
Prov^o. 14 and their jaw teeth (as) knives, to devour
Joel i. 6 he hath the cheek teeth of a great lion
[See also Tooth.]
TE-HAPH-NE -HES, Cnj?n?i.
Another form of TahpanJies.
Eze. 30. 1 8 At T. also the day shall be darkened, wh.
TE-HIN -NAH, njni? entreaty.
A son of Eshton, a descendant of Judah and father of
Ir-na-hash. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 12 andT. the father of Ir-nahash. These (are)
TEIL tree
An- oak, .T;K elah.
Isa. 6. 13 as a teil tree, and as an oak, whose sub.
TE -KEL, Spp weighed.
Dan. 5. 25 this (is) the writing. .Mene, Mene, T., U-.
5.27!.; Thou art weighed in the balances, and
TE-KO -AH, TE-KO -A, yipp firm, settlement.
1. A city in Judah, six miles S.E. of Bethlehem, and
twelve S. of Jerusalem, and now called Tekua ; here
dwelt the wise woman who interceded with David; also
the prophet Amos.
2 Sa. 14. 2 Joab sent to T., and fetched thence a wise
14. 4 when the woman of T. spake to the king
14. 9 the woman of T. said unto the king, My
2 Ch.n. 6 He built. .Beth-lehem, and Etam, and T.
20. 20 went forth into the wilderness of T.
Jer. 6. i blow the trumpet in T., and setup a sign Amos i. j Amos, who was among the herdmen of 1.
2. Family or possession of Asshur, a descendant of Hezron
grandson of Judah.
1 Ch. 2. 24 Hezron s wife bare.. AslmrthefatherofT
4. 5 Ashur the father of T. had two wives, He.
TEKOITE, ypp, i ipp.
An inhabitant of the preceding city.
2 Sa. 23. 26 Helez . . Ira the son of Ikkesh the T.
i Ch. it. 28 Ira the son of Ikkesh the T., Abi-ezer the
27. 9 sixth, .(was) Ira the son of Ikkesh the T
Neh. 3. 5 next unto them the T. repaired ; but the
3. 27 After them the T. repaired another piece
TEL A -BIB, 3<3N Sn hill of grass. A height on the river Chebar or Chaboras, where Eze
kiel stayed with the Jewish exiles a week.
Eze. 3. 15 I came to them of the captivity at T., th
TEL HA-RE - A SHA,(HARSHAjN^nn ^jn hilloftJce mcujus. height on the river Chebar or Chaboras, whence some
Jewish exiles returned to Jerusalem. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 59 these (were) they which went up from . . T
Neh. 7. 61 they which went up. .from Tel-melah, T.
TEL ME -LAH, nSo Sn hill of salt.
A height on the river Chebar or Chaboras, whence some
Jewish exiles returned who could not prove their
genealogy.
Ezra 2. 59 these (were) they which went up from T.
Neh. 7.01 these (were) they which went up . . from T.
TE -LAH, nhn vigour.
Father of Tahan, and a descendant of Ephraim through
Beriah. B.C. 1640.
i Ch. 7. 25 Resheph, and T. his son, and Tahan his
TE-LA -IM, D x^p lambs. See Telem.
A place in Judah, near Edom
i Sa. 15. 4 Saul, .numbered them in T., two hundred
TELASSAR. Sea THELASSAR.
TE -LEM, D^y a lamb. See Telaim.
1. A city in Judah near Ziph or Bealoth.
Josh. 15. 24 Ziph, and T., and Bealoth
2. A gatekeeper of the sanctuary who returned from
exile, and had married a strange wife. B.C. 445.
Ezra.io. 24 of the porters; Shallum, and T., and Uri
TELL (out), to
l.Tb say, (lift up the voice,}, "CX amar.
Gen. 22. 2 the mountains which I will tell thee of
22. 3 unto the place of which God had told him
22. 9 came to the place. .God had told him of
26. 2 dwell in the land which I shall tell thee of
41. 24 I told (this) unto the magicians; but(th.)
48. i that (one) told Joseph, Behold, thy fathei
Exod. 5. i Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh, Thus
Numi4. 14 they will tell (it) to the inhabitants of th.
29. 40 Moses told the children of Israel accord.
Deuti?. ii the judgment which they shall tell thee
32. 7 ask. .thy elders, and they will tell thee
Judg 13. 6 the woman came and told her husband
1 Sa. 8. 10 Samuel told all the words of the LORD un.
23. 22 it is told me (that) he dealeth very subti
2 Sa. 7. 5 tell my servant David, Thus saith the L.
1 2. 1 8 how . . if we tell him that the child is dead
1 Ki.i4. 7 tell Jeroboam, Thus saith the LORD God
18. 8, n, 14 go, tell thy lord, Behold, Elijah (fs
20. 9 Tell my lord the king, All that thou didst
22. 1 8 Did I not tell thee that he would proph.
2 Ki. 6. 10 the place which the man of God told him
8. 14 He told me (that) thou shouldest surely
20. 5 tell Hezekiah the captain of my people
22. 15 Thus saith the LORD. .Tell the man that
23. 17 the men of the city told him, (It is) the
1 Ch.i7. 4 tell David my servant, Thus saith the LOUD
2 Ch. 1 8. 17 Did I not tell thee (that) he would not pr.
34. 23 Thus saith the LORD. .Tell ye the man th.
Job 8. 10 Shall not they teach thee, (and) tell thee
34. 34 Let men of understanding tell me, and
Psa. 50. 12 If I were hungry, I would not tell thee
Isa. 6. 9 tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but und.
Jer. 15. 2 thou shalt tell them, Thus saith the LORD
28. 13 tell Hananiah, saying, Thus saith the Lo.
34. 2 speak to Zedekiah king of Judah, and tell
35. 13 tell the men of Judah, and the inhabitan.
Eze. ^. ii tell them, Thus saith the Lord GOD, whe.
ii. 23 Tell them therefore, Thus saith the LORD
17. 12 tell (them), Behold, the king of Babylon
2. To say, npx amar.
Dan. 2. 4 tell thy servants the dream, and we will
2. 7 Let the king tell his servants the dream
2. 9 tell me the dream, and I shall know that
2. 36 we will tell the interpretation thereof be.
4.7! toldthe dream before them, but they did
4. 8 and before him I told the dream, (saying)
4. 9 tell me the visions of iny dream that I h.
7. i he wrote the dream, (and) told the sum
7. 16 he told me, and made me know the intc.
TELL 964
3. To uncover (the ear of), (]]*) ">?. 9alah (<*)
i Sa q i? the LOUD hud told Samuel in his ear a
i 01.17. 25 thou, my God, has told thy servant th.
4. To speak, (lead forth words), 13? dabar.
PsaTioi. 7 he that telleth lies shall not tarry in my
5.To speak (lead forth words), 13? dabar, 3.
Gen 20 8 called all his servants, and told all these
24 33 I will not eat, until I have told mine err.
A I 27 they told him all the words of Joseph; wh.
Exod 9. i Go in unto Pharaoh, and tell him Thus
14 12 (Is) not this the word that we did: tell th.
Lev 21 24 Moses told (it) unto Aaron, and to his sons
Numn 24 Moses went out, and told the people the
14 39 Moses told these sayings unto all the chi.
23 26 Told not I thee, saying, All that the LOUD
Jud<* 16 io, 13 thou hast mocked me, and toldmehes
20 3 Then said the children of Israel, Tell (us)
1 Sa io. 25 Samuel told the people the manner of the
ii 4 told the tidings in the ears of the people
2 Sa ii i Q When thou hast made an end of telling
i Ki. 13. 25 they came and told (it) in the city where
14 2 the prophet, which told me that (I should
20 1 1 Tell (him), Let not him thatgirdeth on (his
22. 16 I adjure thee that thou tell me nothing
- Ki i 7 came up to meet you, and told you these
i Ch.2i. 10 Go and tell David, saying, Thus saith the
Psa. 41 6 (when) he goeth abroad, he telleth (it)
Jer. IQ. 2 proclaim there the words that I shall tell
Zech. io. 2 have seen a lie, and have told false dreu.
6. To cause to know, yv yada, 5.
1 Sa 6. 2 tell us wherewith we shall send it to his
Isa. 5. 5 I will tell you what I will do to my vine.
1. To number, count, appoint, nja manah.
2 Ki i- io theypntupinbags, andtoldthemoney(th,
Psa 147. 4 He telleth thenumber of the stars; heca.
Jer. 33. 13 under the hands of him that telleth (them)
8. To put before, declare, 1J} nagad, 5.
Gen 3. ii Who told thee that thou (wast) naked?
o. 22 And Ham . . told his two brethren without
12. 18 why didst thou not tell me that she (was)
14 13 there came one that had escaped, and told
21 26 neither didst thou tell me, neither yet he.
24 23 Whosedaughter(art)thou? tellme, I pray
24. 28 the damsel ran, and told (them of) her mo.
24 49 tell me : and if not, tell me; that I may
26 32 told him concerning the well which they
29. 12 Jacob told Rachel.. and she ran and told
20 15 Laban said . . tell me, what (shall) thy wa.
31. 20 Jacob stole away . .in that he told him not
31 27 didst not tell me, that I might have sent
32 5 I have sent to tell my lord, thatImayfind
32! 29 Jacob asked (him), and said, Tell (me), I
37. 5 Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told (it)
37 1 6 tell me, I pray thee, where they feed (th.
42. 29 and told him all that befell unto them
43 . 6 (as) to tell the man whether ye had yet a
43. 7 we told him according to the tenor of th.
44 24 when we came . . we told him the words of
47 i J osepu cuiiic: uuu tuiu
48 2 (one) told Jacob, and said, Behold, thy son
49. i that I may tell you (that) which shall bef.
Exod. 4. 28 Moses told Aaron all the words of the L.
16. 22 the rulers of the congregation . . told Moses
19. 3 Thus shalt thou. .tell the children of Isr.
19. 9 Moses told the words of the people unto
Lev. 14. 35 he that owneth the house shall, .tell the
Numn 27 there ran a young man, and told Moses
23. 3 whatsoever he showeth me I will tell thee
Josh 7. 19 tell me now what thou hast done; hide
Judg. 9. 7 whentheytold (it) toJotham.hewentaiid
o 42 the people went out. .and they told Abi.
13. 6 asked . . not . . neither told he me his name
14 2 he came up, and told his father and his
14! 6 he told not his father or his mother what
14. 9 he told not them that he had taken the ho.
14 16 put forth a riddle . . and hast not told (it)
14 16 I have not told (it), .shall I tell (it) thee?
14 17 he told her, because she laysore uponhim
14 17 she told the riddle to the children of hei
16 6 Tell me, I pray thee, wherein thy great
16. io tell me, I pray thee, wherewith thou mi
16. 13 tellme where with thou mightest be bound
16 15 hast not told me wherein thy great stre.
16 17 he told her all his heart, and said unto her
16 18 Delilah saw that he had told her all his
Kuth 3 4 and he will tell thee what thou shalt do
3 16 she told her all that the man had done to
4 4 tell me, that I may know : for (there is)
i Sa 3 13 I have told him that I will judge his ho
3 . 18 Samuel told him every whit, and hid no
4. 13 the man came into the city, and told (it
4. 14 And the man came in hastily, and told El
o. 8 (that) will I give to the man of God to tel
q 18 Tell me, I pray thee, where the seer s ho
o. 19 and will tell thee all that (is) in thine he
io. 15 Tell me, I pray thee, what Samuel said
io. 16 He told us plainly that the asses were fo
io. 16 the matter of the kingdom . .he told hin
14. i let us go over . . But he told not his fathe
14. 33 they told Saul, saying, Behold, thepeopl
14. 43 Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what tho
14. 43 Jonathan told him, and said, I did but t;
15. 16 I will tell thee what the LORD hath salt
18. 20 they told Saul, and the thing pleased hii
18. 24 the servants of Saul told him, saying, O
: Sa. 18
19.
19.
19.
19.
it).
20.
2O.
22.
23.
23-
23-
24.
25
25
25
=5
25
2 Sa. i
26 when his servants told David these words
2 Jonathan told David, saying, Saul my fa.
3 and what I see, that I will tell thee
1 1 David s wife, told him, saying, If thou sa.
!8 told him all that Saul had done to him
21 when it was told Saul, he sent other
9 if I knew, .then would not I tell it thee
10 Who shall tell me? or what (if) thy father
22 I knew, .that he would surely tell Saul
i they told David, saying, Behold, the Ph.
11 O LORD God.. I beseech thee, tell thy se.
25 they told David: wherefore he came do.
i it was told him, saying, Behold, David (is)
12 and came and told him all those sayings
14 one of the young men told Abigail, Nab.
19 But she told not her husband Nabal
36 she told him nothing, less or more, until
37 and his wifehad told him these things, that
ii Lest they should tell on us, saying, So did
4 How went the matter? I pray thee, tell
5, 13 said unto the young man that told him
1. 6*the young man that told him, said, As I
i 20 Tell (it) not in Gath, publish (it) not in the
2. 4 they told David, saying, (That) the men
3 . 23 told Joab, saying, Abner the son of Ner
4 io When one told me, saying, Behold, Saul
7 ii the LORD telleth thee that he will make
io! 5 When they told (it) unto David, he sent
ii. 5 the woman conceived, and sent and told
1 1 io when they had told David, saying, Uriah
ii. 18 Joab sent and told David all the things
12. 18 the servants of David feared to tell him
13. 4 he said unto him . . wilt thou not tell me?
14 33 So Joab came to the king, and told him
1531 (one) told David, saying, Ahithophel (is)
15 35 thou shalt tell (it) to Zadok and Abiathar
17 16 tell David, saying, Lodge not this night
17 17 told them; and they went and told king
17 18 a lad saw them, and told Absalom : but
17. 21 went and told king David, and said unto
18. io a certain man saw (it), and told Joab, and
1 8 ii Joab said unto the man that told him, And
18. 21 Then said Joab to Cushi, Go tell the king
1 8 25 And the watchman cried, and told the ki.
io 8 they told unto all the people, saying, Be.
-4 13 Gad came to David, and told him, and said
1 Ki i -o that thou shouldest tell them who shall
1.23 they told the king, saying, Behold Nathan
2 39 they told Shimei, saying, Behold, thy se.
io. "3 And Solomon told her all her questions
io 3 there was not (any) thing, .he told her not
14 3 he shall tell thee what shall become of the
18. 12 when I come and tell Ahab, and he cairn.
18 16 Obadiah went to meet Ahab, and told him
19 i Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done
>o. 17 they told him, saying, There are men come
2 Ki. 4. 2 What shall I do for thee ? tell me, what
4 7 Then she came and told the man of God
4. 27 hath hid (it) from me, and hath not told
, 31 he went again to meet him, and told him
5. 4 (one) went in, and told his lord, saying
6. 12 Elisha. .telleth the king of Israel the wo.
7 . 9 we may go and tell the king s household
7 io they told them, saying, We came to the
7. ii and they told (it) to the king s house wit.
7 15 the messengers returned, andtoldtheking
q 12 And they said, (It is) false ; tell us now
q 15 let none go forth, .to tell (it) in Jezreel
o 18 the watchman told, saying, The messenger
9 20 the watchman told, saying, He came even
o 36 Wherefore they came again, and told him
io 8 there came a messenger, and told him, sa.
18 37 Then came Eliakim . .and toldjlimthe wo.
1 Ch 17 io I tell thee that the LOKD will builf *hee
iq 5 there went (certain) and told David i.ow
2 Ch 9 2 And Solomon told her all her questions
2 there was nothing hid . . which he told her
20 " there came some that told Jehoshnphat
34! 18 the scribe told the king, saying, Ililkiah
Neh a, 12 neither told I (any) man what my God had
2. 16 neither had I as yet told (it) to the Jews
2. 18 I told them of the hand of my God which
Esth. 2. 22 Mordecai, who told (it) unto Esther the
3. 4 they told Hainan, to see whether Morde.
3. 4 for he had told them that he (was) a Jew
4. 4 and her chamberlains came and told (it)
4. 7 Mordecai told him of all that had happe.
4 o Hatach came and told Esther the words
1 12 And they told to Mordecai Esther s words
6 2 Mordecai had told of Bigthana and Ter.
8. i for Esther had told what he (was) unto
Job i 15, 16, 7, 19 I olllv am escaped alone to tell
12 7 the fowls of the air, and they shall tell
15! 1 8 Which wise men have told from their fa.
Psa. 52. title. Doeg the Edomite came and told Saul
Eccl 6 12 who can tell a man what shall be after him
87 for who can tell him when it shall be?
10 14 what shall be after him, who can tellhim?
io 20 that which hath wings shall tell the mat.
Song i 7 Tellme, O thou whom my soul loveth, wh.
c 8 I charge you . . that ye tell him, that I (am)
Isa 19 12 let themltellthee now, and let themknow
36. 22 Then came Eliakim . .and told him the wo.
45 2 1 Tell ye . . (who) hath told it from that time?
Jer. 36. 1 6 We will surely tell the king of all these
36 17 Tell us now, Kow didst thou write all th.
36. 20 and told all the words in the ears of the
38. 27 he told them according to all these words
48. 20 tell ye it in Arnon, that Moab is spoiled
Eze. 24. 19 Wilt thou not tell us what these (things
Jon. i. 8 Tell us, we pray thee, for whose cause
i. io For the men knew, .because he had tola
TELL
9. To number, write, cypher, 159 saphar.
Gen. 15. 5 tell the stars, if thou be able to number
2 Ch. 2! 2 Solomon told out threescore and ten tho.
Psa 48 12 go round about her: tell the towers the.
56. 8 Thou tellest my wanderings : put thou my
10. To number, recount, 15(J saphar, 3.
Gen. 24. 66 the servant told Isaac all things that he
29. 13 And he told Labau all these things
37. o he dreamed yet another dream, and told
37 io he told (it) to his father, and to his bret.
40. 8 (Do) not interpretations (belong) to G. tell
40! 9 the chief butler told his dream to Joseph
41. 8 Pharaoh told them his dream ; but (there
41. 12 we told him, and he interpreted to us our
Exod io. 2 that thou mayest tell in the ears of thy
18. 8 Moses told hisfatherin law all that the L.
24. 3 Moses came and told the people all the
Numi3 27 they told him, and said, We came unto
Josh. 2. 23 and told him all (things)that befell them
Judg. 6. 13 his miracles which our fathers told us of
7. 13 (there was) a man that told a dream unto
i Sa. ii. 5 they told him the tidings of the men of
1 Ki 13. ii his sons came and told him all the works
13 ii words, .them they told also to their father
2 Ki. 8. 4 Tell me, I pray thee, all the great things
8. 5 as he was telling the king how he had re.
8 6 when the king asked the woman, she told
Esth. 5. ii Haman told them of the glory of his riches
6. 13 Haman told Zeresh his wife and all his fr.
Psa 22. 17 I may tell all my bones : they look (and)
>6. 7 That I may. .tell of all thy wondrous wo.
44. i our fathers have told us, (what) w ork thou
48. 13 that ye may tell (it) to the generation fo.
78. 3 we have heard . . and our fathers have told
Jer. 23. 27 their dreams which they tel.1 every man
23. 23 The prophet that hath a dream, let himt
23. 32 that prophesy false dreams . . and do tell
Joel i. 3 Tell ye your children of it, and (let) your
ll.To put in the mouth, ns? B ,v.
Ezra 8. 17 I told them what they should say unto I.
12. To cause to hear, ycy shamea, 5.
Judgi3- 23 nor would, asat this time,have told us(su.
Isa 42 9 before they spring forth I tell you of them
4 8 have not I told thee from that time, and
45 21 hath told it from that time? (have) not I
48. 20 tell this, utter it (even) to the end of the
13.ro tell again, avayy(\\<a anaygellv.
Mark 5. 14 [told] (it) in the city, and in the country
5 19 [tell] them how great things the Lord hath
John 4! 25 when he is come, he will tell us all things
s 15 [told] the Jews that it was Jesus Which
Acts 16. 38 the Serjeants [told] these words unto the
2 Co. 7. 7 he told us your earnest desire, your mo.
14.7*0 tell away or of, airayy(\\<a a.pai)<jello.
Matt 8. 33 told every thing, fend what was befallen
14. 12 and buried it, and went and told Jesus
28 9 [as they went to tell his disciples, behold]
28 io tell my brethren that they go into Galileo
Mark 6 30 told him ail thinns, both what they had
16 io [she went and told them that had been]
16 13 [they went and told (it) unto the residue]
Luke 7 22 tell John what things ye have seen and
8 20 it was told him (by certain), which said
8 34 went and told (it) in the city and m the
8 36 They also which saw (it) told them by
q 36 they kept (it) close, and told no man in
13 i There were, .some that told him of the
18 37 they told him, that Jesus of Nazareth pa.
24 o told all these things unto the eleven, and
John 4 51 his servants met him, and [told] (him), sa.
20 18 Mary Magdalene came and [told] the dis.
Acts s 22 and found them not. .they returned, and
S 25 Then came one and told them, saying, B.
12 14 and told how Peter stood before thegate
1 5 27 who shall also tell (yon) the same things
16 36 the keeper of the prison told this saying
22! 26 he wentaiid told the chief captain, saying
23 16 went and entered into the castle, and told
2317 for he hath a certain thing to tell him
23! 19 (him), What is this that thou hasttotell
15 To lead through, relate, Siijyeo/J.at diegeomai.
Mark s- 16 they that saw (it) told them how it befell
q q he charged them that they should tell no
Luke o! io the apostles, .told him all that they had
Heb. ii. 32 time would fail me to tell of Gedeon, and
16 To see know, be acquainted with, oTSa, oida.
Mattsi. 27 they answered .. and said, We cannot tell
Mark 11.33 they answered and said ..V>e cannot tell
Luke2o 7 That they could not tell whence (it was)
John 3 8 canst not tell whence it cometh, and win.
8 14 ve cannot tell whence I come, and whit.
16 18 What is this, .we cannot tell what he sa.
2 Co i- 2 whether in the body, I cannot tell. . I can,
12. 3 out of the body, [I cannot tell] : God kno.
17. To talk out, fK\a\fa> eklalefi.
Acts 23. 22 tell no man that thou hast showed tnes
18 To lead out, bring forth, e^r/yfo^ai exegeomai.
Luke24. 35 they told what things (were done) in the
19.ro speak, tell, say, tlirov eipon.
Matt 8. 4 See thou tell no man; but go thy way, sh.
12. 48 answered and said unto him that [told]
16. 20 they should tell no man that he was Jesus
17. q Tell the vision to no man, until the son ol
18. 17 if he shall neglect to hear them, tell(it>
21. 5 Tell ye the daughter of Sion, Behold, thy
TELL
Matt 2 j. 24 will ask you one thing, which if ye tell me
22. 4 Tell them which are hidden. Behold, Iha.
22. 17 Tell us therefore, What thinkest thou? Is
24. 3 Tell us, when shall these things be? and
26. 63 that thou tell us whether thpu be the Ch.
28. 7 tell his disciples that he is risen from the
28. 7 there shall ye see him: lo, I have told you
Mark 5. 33 ami fell down. .and told him all the truth
7. 36 he charged them that they [should tell]
8. 26 Neither go into the town, nor tell (it) to
q. 12 he answered and told them, Elias verily
13. 4 Tell us, when shall these things be? and
1 6. 7 tell his disciples and Peter that he goeth
Luke 5. 14 he charged him to tell no man: butgo, and
7. 42 [Tell] me therefore, which of them willlo.
8. 56 he charged them that they should tell no
q. 21 commanded (them) [to tell] no man that
13. 32 tell that fox, Behold, I cast out devils, and
20. 2 Tell us, by what authority doest thou th.
22. 67 Saying, Art thou the Christ? tell us. And
22. 67 he said unto them, If I tell you, ye will
John 3. 12 If I have told you earthly things, and ye
3. 12 how shall ye believe, if I tell you (of) he.
4. 29 see a man which told me all things that
4 . 39 which testified, He told me all that ever
9. 27 I have told you already, and ye did not
10. 24 said.. If thou be the Christ, tell us plainly
10. 25 I told you, and ye believednot: the works
11. 46 and told them what things Jesus had done
14. 2 if (it were) not (so), I would have told you
16. 4 ye may remember that I told you of them
18. 8 Jesus answered, I have told you that I arn
18. 34 Sayestthou this . . or did others tell it thee
20. 15 tell me where thou hast laid him, and I
Acts 5. STellmewhetheryesoldthelandforsomu.?
20. To say, speak, tell, epeco ereo.
Matt 21. 24 I in likewise will tell you by what autho.
Markn. 29 I will tell you by what authority,! do these
Johni4. 29 I have told you before it come to pass, th.
Rev. 17. 7 I will tell thee the mystery of the woman
21. To talk, \a\fca Idled.
Matt 26. 13 (there) shall also this, .be told for a me.
Luke i. 45 those things which were told her from the
2. 17 the saying which was told them concern.
2. 1 8 those things which were told them by the
2. 20 had heard and seen, as it was told unto
John 8. 40 a man that hath told you the truth, which
16. 4 these things have I told you, that when
Acts 9. 6 it shall be told thee what thou must do
TO. 6 [he shall tell thee what thou oughtest to]
ii. 14 Who shall tell thee words, whereby thou
22. 10 it shall be told thee of all things which
27. 25 I believe, .it shall be even as it was told
22. To lay out, say, speak, \eyw lego.
Matt 10. 27 What I tell you in darkness, (that) speak
21. 27 Neither tell I you by what authority I do
Mark i. 30 lay sick of a fever, and anon they tell him
8. 30 he charged them that they [should tell]
10. 32 began to tell them whatthings should ha
11. 33 Neither do I tell you by what authority I do
Luke 4. 25 I tell you of a truth, many widows were
9. 27 I tell you of a truth, there be some stan.
10. 24 I tell you, that many prophets and kings
12. 51 to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay
12. 59 I tell thee, thou shalt not depart thence
13. 3, 5 I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent
13. 27 I tell you, I know you not whence ye are
17. 34 I tell you, in that night there shall be two
1 8. 81 tell you that he will avenge them spee.
18. 14 I tell you, this man went down to his ho.
19. 40 I tell you that, if these should hold their
20. 8 Neither tell I you by what authority I do
22. 34 I tell thee, Peter, the cock shall not crow
24. 10 which told these things unto the apostles John 8.45 because I tell (you) the truth, ye believe me
12. 22 telleth Andrew. .Andrew and Philip tell
13. 19 I tell you before it come, that, when it is
16. 7 I tell you the truth; It is expedient for
Acts 17. 21 but either to tell, or to hear some new thi.
22. 27 said unto him, Tell me, art thou a Roman
Gal. 4. 21 Tell me, ye that desire to be under the
nil. 3. 18 I have told you often, and now tell you
Ih. 2. 5 when I was yet with you, I told you these
Jude 1 8 they told you there should be mockers in
23. To indicate, declare, p.tjvvta menuo.
Acts 23. 30 it was told me how that the Jews laid wa.
TELL (a fault), in time past, to
1. To convict, convince, <=\4yxca eletfchd.
MattiS. i 5 go and tell him his fauit between thee
2. To say, speak or tell before, irpofirca proepd.
Gal. 5. 21 I have also told (you) in time past, that
TELL before or unto, to
1. To make thoroughly manifest, SiaffaQtia diasaph MattiS. 31 cameand told unto their lord all thatwas
2. To say, speak or tell before, irpoiptto proereo
Matt-24. 25 Behold, I have told you before
Co. 13. 2 I told you before, and foretell you, as if
3.
7^ lay out, say or speak before, irpo\fyu> proleqo.
<.al 5. 21 of the which I tell you before, as I have
in. 3. 4 we told you before that we should suffer
TELLING
Number, narration, ltpo mispar.
Judg. 7 . 15 when Gideon heard the telling of the dr.
965 TEMPLE
TE -MA, NO n, NEFI sun burnt.
1. A son of Ishmael and his posterity at the Persian Gulf.
B.C 1840.
Gen. 25. 15 Hadar, and T., Jetur, Naphish, and Ked.
i Ch. i. 30 Mishma, and Dumah, Massa, Hadad. .T.
2. A city or district on the N. of Arabia, near the desert
of Syria ; perhaps Teyma, on the Haj route.
Job 6. 19 The troops of T. looked, the companies of
Isa. 21. 14 The inhabitants, .of T. brought water to
Jer. 25. 23 Dedan, and T., and Buz, and all. .in the
TE -MAN, TE-MA -NIr ;;rn, J- n.
1. A son of Eliphaz son of Esau. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. ii the sons of Eliphaz were T., Omar, Zepho
36. 15 duke T., duke Omar, duke Zepho, duke
i Ch. i. 36 The sons of Eliphaz; T., and Omar, Ze.
2. An Edomite chief. B.C. 1480.
Gen. 36. 42 Duke Kenaz, duke T., duke Mibzar
i Ch. i. 53 Duke Kenaz, duke T., duke Mibzar
3.
A^race
and district in or at the N.E. of Edom.
Gen. 36. 34 Husham of the land of T. reigned in his
Jer. 49. 7 (Is) wisdom no more in T.? is counsel per.
49. 20 purposed against the inhabitants of T.
Eze. 25. 13 I will make it desolate from T.; and they
Amos i. 12 I will send a fire upon T., which shall de.
Obad. 9 thy mighty (men), O T., shall be dismayed
Hah. 3. 3 God came from T., and the holy One from
TEMANTTE, :s-pi.
An inhabitant of Teman.
i Ch. i. 45 Husham. .of the T. reigned in his stead
Job 2. ii Eliphaz the T., and Biklad the Shuhite
4. i Then Eliphaz the T. answered and said
15. i Then answered Eliphaz the T., and said
22. i Then Eliphaz the T. answered and said
42. 7 the LoRDsaid to Eliphaz the T., My wrath
42. 9 Eliphaz the T. and Bildad the Shuhite
TE-ME -NI, JC n fortunate. A son of Ashur, and descendant of Caleb son of Hur.
i Ch. 4. 6 Ahuzam, and Hepher, and T., and Haah.
TEMPER, to
\.Tomix, mingle, VVa balal.
Exod2g. 2 cakes unleavened tempered with oil, and
2. To sprinkle, temper, Dfn rasas.
Eze. 46. 14 the third part of an hin of oil, to temper
TEMPER, tempered (together), to (be)
1. To be salted, tempered, roo malach, 4.
Exodso. 35 shalt make it a perfume . . tempered toge.
2. To mix with, compound, o-vyKfpdwvut suykeran.
1 Co. 12. 24 God hath tempered the body together
TEMPERANCE, to be temperate
1. Self restraint, continence, tyKpdreia eykrateia.
Acts 24. 25 he reasoned of righteousness, temperance
Gal. 5. 23 Meekness, temperance : against such th.
2 Pe. i. 6 to knowledge temperance; and to temper.
I.To be self restrained, continent, eyKparevofj.ai.
1 Co. 9. 25 every man that striveth. .is temperate in
3. Self restrained, continent, iyKparris effkrates.
Titus i. 8 a lover of good men, sober, just, holy, te.
4. Sound minded, prudent, fftaippw sophron.
Titus 2. 2 That the aged men be sober, grave, tern.
TEMPEST, (tossed with)
l.An inundation, flood, storm, DT.T zerem.
Isa. 28. 2 (which) as a tempest of hail (and) a des.
30. 30 a devouring fire, (with) scattering, and te
32. 2 an hidingplace . . and a covert from thete.
2. Hurricane, nc?D suphah.
Job 27. 20 a tempest stealeth him away in the night
3. To be tossed about, tempestuous, ~\yy saar.
Isa. 54. ii Othouafflicted, tossed with tempest, (and)
4.^4 whirlwind, tempest, "lyp saar.
Psa. 55. 8 I would hasten my escape from the.. te.
83. 15 persecute them with thy tempest, and ma.
Amos i. 14 with a tempest in the day of the whirlw.
Jon. i. 4 there was a mighty tempest in the sea, so
i. 12 for my sake this great tempest (is) upon
5. A whirlwind, tempest, .TTJJD searah.
Isa. 29. 6 with storm and tempest, and the flame of
6.^4 wind, nn ruach.
Psa. ii. 6 fire and brimstone, and an horrible tern.
7. A tempest, whirlwind, ~~i\fy searah.
Job 9. 17 he breaketh me with a tempest, andmul.
8.^4 rushing, storm, tempest, 6vf\\a thuella.
Heb. 12. 18 nor unto blackness, and darkness, and te.
9. A violent storm, AaTA.oiJ lailaps.
2 Pe. 2. 17 clouds that are carried with a tempest; to
10.^4 shaking, agitation, <reio-[j.6s seismos.
Matt. 8. 24 there arose a great tempest in the sea, in.
11. To be in a winter storm, xt ndo/j.ai cheimazom.
Acts 27. 18 we being exceedingly tossed with a tern.
12. Winter, a pouring storm, xf
W>"
<;kei>ndn.
Acts 27. 20 no small tempest lay on (us), all hope th.
TEMPESTUOUS, (to be)
l.To be tossed about, be tempestuous, ijjp saar.
Jon. i. ii, 13 for the sea wrought, and was tempes.
2.To be tempestuous, frightful, -\y_y saar, 2.
Psa. 50. 3 it shall be very tempestuous round about
S.Smoking, violent, whirling, rv<p(aviic6s tuphonikos.
Acts 27. 14 there arose against it a tempestuous wind
TEMPLE
l.Jfouse, rvg bayith.
2 Ki. ii. 10 shields, that (were) in the tempie of the
ii. ii from the right cornerof the temple to the
ii. ii the temple, (along) by the altar and thet
ii. 13 she came to the people into the temple of
1 Ch. 6. 10 the temple that Solomon built in Jerusa.
ID. 10 fastened his head in the temple of Dagon
2 Ch.23. 10 of the temple to the left side of the tern.
23. 10 along by the altar and the temple, by the
35. 20 when Josiah had prepared the temple, X.
2. Palace, temple, Sp
%n hekal.
1 Sa. i. 9 sat upon a seat by a post of the temple of
3. 3 the lamp of God went out in the temple
2 Sa. 22. 7 he did hear my voice out of his temple, and
1 Ki. 6. 3 the porch before the temple of the house
6. 5 round about, (both) of the temple and of
6. 17 the temple before it, was forty cubits(lo.)
6. 33 also made he for the door of the temple
7. 21 set., the pillars in the porch of the temple
7. 50 the doors of the house, (to wit), of the te.
2 Ki. 1 8. 16 cut off (the gold from) the doors of thete.
23. 4 to bring forth out of the temple of the L.
24. 13 which Solomon . . had made in the temple
2 Ch. 3. 17 he reared up the pillars before the temple
4. 7 set (them) in the temple, five on the right
4. 8 placed (them) in the temple, five on the
4. 22 the doors of the house of the temple, (we.
26. 16 went into the temple of the LORD to burn
27. 2 he entered not into the temple of the Lo.
29. 16 that they found in the temple of the Lo.
36. 7 and put them in his ten: pie at Babylon
Ezra 3. 6 the foundation of the temple of the Loitp
3. 10 builders laid the foundation of the temple
4. i builded the temple unto the LORD God of
Neh. 6. 10 Let us meet together, .within the temple
6. 10 let us shut the doors of the temple : for
6. ii would go into the temple to save his life
Psa. 5. 7 will I worship toward thy holy temple
ii. 4 The LORD (is) in his holy temple, the Lo.
1 8. 6 he heard my voice out of his temple, and
27. 4 to behold, .and to enquire in his temple
29. 9 in his temple doth every one speak of (his)
48. 9 We have thought, .in the midst of thyte.
65. 4 goodness of thy house, .of thy holy temple
68. 29 Because of thy temple at Jerusalem shall
79. i thy holy temple have they denied ; they
138. 2 I will worship toward thy holy temple.and
Isa. 6. i and lifted up, and his train filled the te.
44. 28 to the temple, Thy foundation shall be laid
66. 6 a voice from the temple, a voice of the L.
Jer. 7. 4 lying words, saying, The temple of the L.
7. 4 The temple of the LORD, The temple of
24. i baskets of figs (were) set before the temple
50. 28 to declare, .the vengeance of his temple
51. ii because it (is), .the vengeance of his tern.
Eze. 8. 16 the door of the temple of the LORD, betw.
8. 16 their backs to ward the temple of the LOUD
41. i he brought me to the temple, and meas.
41. 4 the breadth, twenty cubits, before the te.
41. 15 with the innertemple, and the porchesof
41. 20 palm trees made, and (on) the wall of thet
41. 21 The posts of the temple (were) squared
41. 23 the temple and the sanctuary had two do.
41. 25 made on them, on the doors of the tern.
42. 8 before the temple (were) an hundred cu.
Hos. 8. 14 forgotten his Maker, and buildeth temp.
Joel 3. 5 have carried into your temples my goodly Amos 8. 3 the songs of the temple shall be bowlings
Jon. 2. 4 I will look again toward thy holy temple
2. 7 came in unto thee, into thine holy tern.
Mic. i. 2 be witness against you., from his holy te.
Hab. 2. 20 the LORD (is) in his holy temple : let all
Hag. 2. 15 was laid upon a stone in the templeofthe
2. 18 the foundation of the LORD S temple was
Zech. 6. 12 and he shall build the temple of the LORD
6. 13 he shall build the temple of the LORD; and
6. 14 a memorial in the temple of the LORI*
6. 15 shall come and build in the temple of the
8. 9 the foundation . . was laid, that the tem.
Mai. 3. i shall suddenly come to his temple, even
3. Palace, temple, h^n hekal.
Ezra 5. 14 Nebuchadnezzar took out of the temple
5. 14 brought them into the temple of Babylon
5. 14 those did Cyrus, .take out of the temple
5. 15 carry them into the temple that (is) in J.
6. 5 Nebuchadnezzar took forth out of the to.
6. 5 brought again unto the temple which (is)
Dan. 5. 2 Nebuchadnezzar had taken out of the te.
5. 3 vessels that were taken out of the temple
i.Sacred, priestly edifice, temple, Itpov hieron.
Matt. 4. 5 setteth him on a pinnacle of the temple
12. 5 the priests in the temple profane thesa.
12. 6 in this place is (one) greater than the te.
21.12 Jesus went into the temple of God, and
21. 12 bought in the temple, and overthrew the
21. 14 and the lame came to him in the temple
21. 15 thechildren cryingin the temple, and sa.
21. 23 when he was come into the temple, the
24. i Jesus went out, and departed from thete.
24. i to show him the buildings of the temple.
26. 55 sat daily with you teaching in the temple
Markn. n entered into Jerusalem, and into thete.
ii. 15 Jesus went into the temple, and began t<>
ii. 15 them that sold and bought in the temple
ii. 16 should carry (any) vessel through the te.
TEMPLES 966 TEN
Markn. 27 as he was walking in the temple, there
12. 35 and said, while he taught in the temple
13. i as he went out of the temple, one of his
13. 3 And as he sat. .over against the temple
14. 49 I was daily with you in the temple teach.
Luke 2. 27 And he came by the spirit into the temp.
2. 37 departed not from the temple, but served
2. 40 they found him in the temple, sitting in
4 . 9 set him on a pinnacle of the temple, and
18. 10 Two men went up into the temple to pray
19. 45 he went into the temple, and began to ca.
19. 47 he taught daily in the temple. But the ch.
20. i he taught the people in the temple, and
21. 5 as some spake ofthe temple, how it was ad.
21. 37 the day time he was teaching in the tern.
21. 38 people came early, .to him in the temple
22. 52 chief priests, and captains of the temple
22. 53 When I was daily with you in the temple
24. 53 were continually in the temple, praising
John 2. 14 found in the temple those that sold oxen
2. 15 he drove them all out of the temple, and
5. 14 Jesus flndeth him in the temple, and said
7. 14 Jesus went up into the temple, and taught
7. 28 Then cried Jesus in the temple, as he ta.
8. 2 [he came again into the temple, and all]
8. 20 spake Jesus, .as he taught in the temple
8. 59 went out of the temple, going through the
10. 23 Jesus walked in the temple, in Solomon s
11. 56 spake, .as they stood in the temple, What
18. 20 in the temple, whither the Jews always
Acts 2. 46 continuing . . with one accord in the temple
3. i went up together into the temple at the
3. t the gate of the temple which is called Be.
3. 2 alms of them that entered into the temple
3. 3 Peter and John about to go into the temple
3. 8 entered with them into the temple, walk.
3. 10 for alms at the Beautiful gate of the tern.
4. i the captain of the temple, and the Saddu.
5. 20 speak in the temple to the people all the
5. 21 they entered into the temple early in the
5. 24 the captain of the temple and the chief pr.
5. 25 men whom ye put in prison are. .in thete.
5. 42 in the temple, and in every house, they
19. 27 the temple of the great goddess Diana sh.
21. 26 entered into the temple, tosignify the ac.
21.27 the Jews . . when they saw him in the tern.
21. 28 brought Greeks also into the temple, and
21. 29 that Paul had brought into the temple
21. 30 took Paul, and drew him out of the temp.
22. 17 while I prayed in the temple, I was in a
24. 6 also hath gone about to profane the temp.
24. 12 they neither found me in the temple disp.
24. 1 8 certain Jews, .found me purified in thete.
25. 8 neither against the temple,noryet against
26. 21 the Jews caught me in the temple, and
i Co. 9. 13 that they . .live (of the things) of the tern.
6.A dwelling place, inner sanctuary, vaos naos.
Matt 23. 16 Whosoever shall swear by the temple, it
23. 1 6 shall swear by the gold of the temple, he
23. 17 whether is greater, the gold, or the temple
23. 21 whoso shall swear by the temple.sweareth
23. 35 whom ye slew between the temple and
26. 61 I am able to destroy the temple of God
27. 5 he cast down the. .silver in the temple
27. 40 Thou that destroyest the temple, and bu.
27. 51 the veil of the temple was rent in twain
Marki4- 58 I will destroy this temple that is made
15. 29 thou that destroyest the temple, and bu.
15. 38 the veil of the temple was rent in twain
Luke i . 9 when he went into the temple of the Lord
i. 21 marvelled that he tarried, .in the temple
1. 22 that he had seen a vision in the temple
23. 45 the veil of the temple was rent in the mi.
John 2. 19 Destroy this temple, and in three days I
2. 20 Forty and six years was this temple in b.
2. 21 But he spake of the temple of his body
Acts 7. 48 the Most High dwelleth not in [temples]
17. 24 dwelleth not in temples made with hands
1 Co. 3. 16 Know ye not that ye are the temple of God
3. 17 If any man defile the temple of God, him
3. 17 for the temple of God is holy, which, .ye
6. 19 know ye not that your body is the temple
2 Co. 6. 16 what agreement hath the temple of God
6. 16 for ye are the temple of the living God
Eph. 2. 21 groweth unto an holy temple in the Lord
2 Th. 2. 4 so that he as God sitteth in the temple of
Kev. 3. 12 will I make a pillar in the temple of my
7. 15 and serve him day and night in his temple
ii. i measure the temple of God, and the altar
ii. 2 the court which is without the temple le.
ii. 19 the temple of God was opened in heaven
ii. 19 there was seen in his temple the ark of
14. [15], 17 another angel came out of the temple
15. 5 the temple of the tabernacle of the testi.
15. 6 the seven angels came out [of the temple]
15. 8 the temple was filled with smoke from the
15. 8 no man was able to enter into the temple
16. i I heard a great voice [out of the temple]
16 17 there came a great voice out of the temple
21. 32 I saw no temple therein : for the Lord
21. 22 God Almighty and the Lamb are the tern.
6. House, dittos oikos.
Luken. 51 perished between the altar and the temple
TEMPLES
The temples, upper cheeks, njjn ruqqah.
Judg. 4. 21 smote the nail into his temples, and fast.
A. 22 lay dead, and the nail (was) in his temples
5. 26 pierced and stricken through his temples
Song 4. 3 thy temples (are) like a piece of a pomeg.
6. 7 As a piece of a pomegranate (are) thy te.
TEMPORAL
For a season or time, irpotncaipos proskairos.
2 Co. 4. 1 8 for the things which are seen (are) temp.
TEMPT, (not) to be tempted, to
I. To prove, try, test, jnj bachan.
Mai. 3. 15 (they that) tempt God are even delivered
I.To try, prove, ng} nasah, 3.
Gen. 22. i God did tempt Abraham, and said unto
Exodi7. 2 Moses said, .wherefore do ye tempt the
17. 7 they tempted the LOUD, saying, Is the L.
Numi4. 22 have tempted me now these ten times,and
Deut. 6. 16 Ye shall not tempt, .as ye tempted (him)
Psa. 78. 1 8 they tempted God in their heart, by asking
78. 41 they turned back, and tempted God, and
78. 56 they tempted and provoked the most high
95. 9 your fathers tempted me, proved me, and
106. 14 lusted exceedingly, .and tempted God in
Isa. 7. 12 I will not ask, neither will I tempt the L.
3. AW to be tempted or tried, aireipaa-ros apeirastos.
Jas. i. 13 God cannot be tempted with evil, neither
4. To try, prove exceedingly, tKirtipdfa ekpeirazo.
Matt. 4. 7 Thou shall not tempt the Lord thy God
Luke 4. 12 Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God
10. 25 a certain lawyer stood up, and tempted
i Co. 10. 9 Neither let us tempt Christ, as some of
5. To try, prove, irapdfa peirazo.
Matt. 4. i Then was Jesus led. .to be tempted of the
1 6. i the Sadducees came, and tempting desired
19. 3 The Pharisees also came unto him, temp.
22. 18 and said, Why tempt ye me, (ye) hypocr.?
22. 35 asked (him a question), tempting him, and
Mark i. 13 he was there, .forty days, tempted of Satan
8. ii seeking of him a sign, .tempting him
10. 2 And the Pharisees came to him . . tempting
12. 15 Why tempt yeme? bring me a penny, that
Luke 4. 2 Being forty days tempted of the devil
n. 16 others, tempting (him), sought of him a
20. 23 [and said unto them, Why tempt ye me?]
John 8. 6 [This they said, tempting him, that they]
Acts 5. 9 ye have agreed together to tempt the sp.
15. 10 why tempt ye God, to put a yoke upon the
i Co. 7. 5 that Satan tempt you not for your incon.
10. 9 as some of them also [tempted], and were
j
10. 13 who will not suffer you to be tempted ab.
J
Gal. 6. i considering thyself, lest thou also be tern.
i Th. 3. 5 lest, .the tempter have tempted you, and
lleb. 2. 18 that he himself hath suffered, being tern.
2. 18 he is able to succour them that are temp.
3. 9 your fathers tempted me, proved me, and
4. 15 was in all points [tempted] likeas(we are
11. 37 they were sawn asunder, were tempted
Jas. i. 13 Let no man say when he is tempted, lam t.
1. 13 God cannot., neither tempteth he any man
i. 14 every man is tempted, when he is drawn
TEMPTATION, tempter
l.A trying, trial, nftf; massah.
Deut. 4. 34 by temptations, by signs, and by wonders
7. 19 The great temptations which thine eyes
29. 3 The great temptations which thine eyes
Psa. 95. 8 (in) the day of temptation in the wilder.
2. Trial, proof, Treipatr/uo s peirasmo.t.
Matt. 6. 13 lead us not into temptation, but deliver
26. 41 and pray, that ye enter not into temptat.
Mark 14. 38 Watch ye and pray, lest ye enter into te.
Luke 4. 13 when the devil had ended all the tempt.
8. 13 have no root, .and in time of temptation
n. 4 lead us not into temptation, but deliver
22. 28 have continued with me in my temptati.
22. 40 Pray ye that ye enter not into temptation
22. 46 rise and pray, lestyeenterinto temptation
Acts 20. 19 with many tears, and temptations, which
i Co. 10. 13 There hath no temptation taken you but
10. 13 will with the temptation also make a way
Gal. 4. 14 my temptation which was in my flesh ye
i Ti. 6. 9 they that will be rich fall into temptation
Heb. 3. Sin the day of temptation in the wilderness
Jas. i. 2 count it all joy when ye fall into, .tempt.
i. 12 Blessed (is) the man that endureth temp.
1 Pe. i. 6 in heaviness through manifold temptati.
2 Pe. 2. 9 how to deliver the godly out of temptations
Rev. 3. 10 will keep thee from the hour of temptat.
3. To try, prove, irtipdfa peirazo.
Matt. 4. 3 when the tempter came to him, he said
i Th. 3. 5 sent to know . . lest by some means the te.
TEN (strings, instrument of)
l.Ten, tenth, ten stringed instrument, "vyy asor.
Gen. 24. 55 Let the damsel abide, .at the least ten
Psa. 33. 2 psaltery(and)aninstrumentof ten strings
92. 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, and
144. 9 upon, .an instrument of ten strings will
2. Ten, rn^K., i^J? est r, asarah.
Gen. 5. 14 the days. .were nine hundred and ten ye.
16. 3 Abram had dwelt ten years in the land of
1 8. 32 Peradventure ten shall be found there
18. 32 he said, I will not destroy (it) for ten s s.
24. 10 the servant took ten camels of the camels
24. 22 two bracelets for her hands often (shekels)
31. 7 deceived me, and changed my wages ten
31. 41 and thou hast changed my wages ten ti.
32. 15 ten bulls, twenty she asses, and ten foals
42. 3 Joseph s ten brethren went down to buy i
45. 23 ten asses laden with the good things of K.
45. 23 ten she asses laden with corn and bread
50. 22 and Joseph lived an hundred and ten ye.
50. 26 Joseph died, (being) an hundred and ten
ExodiS. 21, 25 rulers of fifties, and rulers of tens
26. i shalt make the tabernacle (with) ten cur.
26. 16 Ten cubits (shall be) the length of a board
27. 12 their pillars ten, and their sockets ten
34. 28 wrote upon the tables, .the ten comman.
36. 8 every wise hearted man . .made ten curt.
36. 2 1 The length of a board (was) ten cubits,and
38. 12 their pillars ten, and their sockets tea
Lev. 26. 26 ten women shall bake your bread in ona
27. 5, 7 thy estimation, .for the female ten sh.
Num. 7. 14 One spoon of ten (shekels) of gold, full of
7. 20 One spoon of gold of ten (shekels), full of
7. 26, 32, 38, 44, 50, 56 One golden spoon of ten
7. 62, 68, 74, 80 One golden spoon of ten (shekels)
7. 86 The golden spoons, .(weighing) ten (sh.)
ii. 19 Ye shall not eat one day. .neither ten J.
11. 32 he that gathered least gathered ten honr.
14. 22 have tempted me now these ten times, and
29. 23 ten bullocks, two rams, (and) fourteen la.
Deut. i. 15 captainsover fifties, and captains over tens
4. 13 declared unto you his covenant, .ten com.
10. 4 the first writing, the ten commandments
Josh. 15. 57 Cain, Gibeah, and Tinmah; ten cities with
17. 5 there fell ten portions to Manasseh, besi.
21. 5 outof thehalf tribe of Manasseh.ten cities
21. 26 A 11 the cities (were) ten with their suburbs
22. 14 with him ten princes, of each chief house
24. 29 died, (being) an hundred and ten years
Judg. i. 4 they slew of them in Bczek ten thousand
2. 8 died, (being) an hundred and ten years
3. 29 they slew of Moab. .about ten thousand
4. 6 take with thee ten thousand men of the
4. 10 he went up with ten thousand men at his
4. 14 Barak went, and ten thousand men after
6. 27 Gideon took ten men of his servants, and
7. 3 and there remained ten thousand
12. ii after him Elon. .he judged Israel ten ye.
17. 10 I will give thee ten (shekels) of silver by
20. 10 we will take ten men of an hundred thr.
20. 34 there came against Gibeah ten thousand
Ruth i.
"4 and they dwelt there about ten years
4. 2 he took ten men of the elders of the city
1 Sa. i. 8 (am) not I better to thee than ten sons?
15. 4 numbered them . . ten thousand men of J.
17. 17 Take now. .these ten loaves, and run to
17. 1 8 carry these ten cheeses unto the captain
25. 5 David sent out ten young men; and Dav.
25. 38 it came to pass about ten days (after), th.
2 Sa. 15. 16 the king left ten women, (which were) co.
1 8. 3 (thou art) worth ten thousand of us: the.
18. ii I would have given thee ten (shekels) of
18. 15 ten youiig men that bare Jpab s armour
19. 43 We have ten parts in the king, and we ha.
20. 3 the king took the ten women (his)concu.
1 Ki. 4. 23 Ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen out of the
5. 14 he sent them to Lebanon, ten thousand a
6. 3 ten cubits (was) the breadth thereof bef.
6. 23 two cherubim (of) olive tree, (each)tencu.
6. 24 unto the uttermost part . . (were) ten cub.
6. 25 the other cherub (was) ten cubits: both.
6. 26 The height of the one cherub (was) ten cu.
7. 10 stones of ten cubits, and stones of eight
7. 23 ten cubits from the one brim to the otlier
7. 24 (there were) knops compassing it, ten in,
7. 27 he made ten bases of brass ; four cubits
7. 37 After this (manner) he made the ten oas.
7. 38 Then made he ten lavers of brass : one fa.
7. 38 upon every one of the ten bases one laver
7. 43 the ten bases, and ten lavers on the bases
11. 31 he said to Jeroboam, Take thee ten piee.
ii. 31 rend the kingdom, .and will give ten tri.
ii. 35 and will give it unto thee, (even) ten tri.
14. 3 take with thee ten loaves, and cracknels
2 Ki. 5. 5 he departed, and took with him ten tal.
5. 5 six thousand (pieces) of gold, and ten cli.
13. 7 ten chariots, and ten thousand footmen
14. 7 He slew of Edom. .ten thousand, and to.
15. 17 Menahem. .(reigned)ten yearsin Samaria
20. 9 go forward ten degrees, or go back ten de.
20. 10 for the shadow to go down ten degrees
20. 10 let the shadow return backward ten deg".
20. ii he brought the shadow ten degrees back.
24. 14 ten thousand captives, and all the crafts.
25.25 Ishmael. .came, and ten men with him
1 Ch. 6. 61 the half (tribe) of Manasseh, by lot, ten
29. 7 of silver ten thousand talents, and of
2 Ch. 4. i twenty cubits the breadth, .and ten cub.
4. 2 he made a molten sea of ten cubits from
4. 3 ten in a cubit, compassing the sea round
4. 6 He made also ten lavers, and put five on
4. 7 he made ten candlesticks of gold accordi.
4. 8 He made also ten tables, and placed (th.)
14. i In his days the land was quiet ten years
25. ii smote of the children of Seir ten thousand
25. 12 (other) ten thousand (left) alive did the ch.
27. 5 ten thousand measures of wheat, and ten
30. 24 a thousand bullocks and ten thousand sh.
36. 9 he reigned three months and ten days in
Ezra i. 10 silver basins, .four hundred and ten, (and)
8. 12 and with him an hundred and ten males
8. 24 Sherebiah, Hashabiah, and ten of their
Neh. 4. 12 they said unto ns ten times, From all pi.
5. 18 once in ten days store of all sorts of wine
it. i to bring one of ten to dwell in Jerusalem
Esth. 3. 9 I will pay ten thousand talents of silver
9. 10 The ten sons of Hainan the son of Ham.
9. 12 The Jews have slain, .the ten sons of Ha.
9. 13 let Hainan s ten sons be hanged upon the
9. 14 decree was given . . and they hanged Ha. t
Job 19. 3 ten times have ye reproached me : ye are
Eccl. 7. 19 Wisdom strengtheneth . .more than ten
Isa. 5. 10 ten acres of vineyard shall yield one bath
TEN 967 TENTH
Isa. 38. 8 ten degrees backward., sun returned ten
Jer. 41. i ten men with him, came unto Gedaliah
41. aThenaroae Ishmael. .and the tenmen th.
41. 8 ten men were found among them that sa.
42. 7 i t .(-line to pass after ten days that the wo.
Eze. 40. 1 1 And he measured the breadth . . ten cubits
41. 2 the breadth of the door (was) ten cubits
42. 4 before the chambers (was) a walk of ten
45. i thousand (reeds), and the breadth . . ten
45. 3 shalt thou measure . . breadth of ten tho.
45. 5 the ten thousand of breadth, shall also the
45. 14 an homer of ten baths; for ten baths(are)
48. 9 twenty thousand in length, and of teu th.
48. 10 ten thousand iu breadth, and toward
48. 10 the east ten thousand in breadth, and to
48. 13 twenty thousand in length, and ten thou.
48. 13 twenty thousand, and the breadth ten th.
48. 18 ten thousand eastward, and ten thousand
Dan. i. 12 Prove thy servants, I beseech thee, ten
i. 14 So he consented .. and proved them ten
i. 15 at the end of ten days their countenances
i. 20 he found them ten times better than all
Amos 5. 3 went forth (by) anjhundred shallleaveten
6. 9 if there remain ten men in one house, that
Hag. 2. 16 heapoftweuty(meas.),therewere(but)ten
Zech. 5. 2 twenty cubits, and the breadth thereof t.
8. 23 ten men shall take hold out of all langu.
3. Ten, tt~}i?X, ifrtf, asar,
Dan. 7. 7 behold a fourth beast . .and it had ten ho.
7. 20 of the ten horns that (were) in his head
7. 24 ten horns out of this kingdom (are) ten
4. Ten, Se/co delta,.
Matt 20. 24 when the ten heard (it), they were moved
25. i ten virgins, which took their lamps, and
25. 28 give (it) unto him which hath ten talents
Markio. 41 when the teu heard (it), they began to be
Luke 14. 31 whether he be able with ten thousand to
15. 8 what woman, having ten pieces of silver
17. 12 there met him ten men that were lepers
17. 17 Were there not ten cleansed? but where
19. 13 his ten servants, and delivered them ten
IQ. 16 Lord, thy pound hath gained ten pounds
19. 17 he said, .have thou authority over ten ci.
19. 24 and give (it) to him that hath ten pounds
19. 25 they said unto him, Lord, he hath tenpo.
Acts 25. 6 tarried among them more than ten days
Bev. 2. 10 ye shall have tribulation ten days : be thou
12. 3 having seven heads and ten horns,?and se.
13. i ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns
17. 3 beast, .having seven heads and ten horns
17. 7 which hath the seven heads and ten horns
17. 12 the ten horns which thou sawest, are ten
17. 16 the ten horns which thou sawest upon the
TEN thousand
1 . To become a myriad, ten thousand, 33-3 rabab, 4.
Psa. 144. 13 bring forth thousands and ten thousands
2. A myriad, ten thousand, ^33~] rebabah.
Lev. 26. 8 an hundred of you shall put ten thousand
Deut32. 30 How should . .two put ten thousand to fli.
33. 2 and he came with ten thousands of saints
33. 17 they (are) the ten thousands of Ephraim
Judg2o. 10 we will take . . a thousand out of ten tho.
i Sa. 1 8. 7 slain his thousands, and David his ten th.
1 8. 8 They have ascribed unto David ten thou.
21. ii slain his thousands, and David his tenth.
29. 5 slew his thousands, and David his tenth.
Psa. 3.6! will not be afraid of ten thousands of pe.
91. 7 A thousand shall fall, .and ten thousand
Song 5. 10 My beloved (is)., the chiefest amongtent.
Mic. 6. 7 (or) with ten thousands of rivers of oil?
3. A myriad, ten thousand, niai, i3"i ribbo.
i Ch.29- 7 five thousand talents and ten thousand dr.
Dan. ii. 12 he shall cast down (many) ten thousands
4. Ten thousand, pvploi murioi.
Matt 1 8. 24 one was brought . . which owed him ten th.
x Co. 4. 15 though ye have ten thousand instructors
14.19 than ten thousand words in an (unknown)
5. Ten thousand, /j.vpids murias.
Jude 14 the Lord cometh with ten thousands
TEN thousand times ten thousand
A myriad of myriads, JUT iai [ribbo].
Dan. 7. 10 ten thousand times ten thousand stood be.
T.&N.U.UK (one), tenderness
1. Tender, soft, timid, i\~\ rak.
Gen. 18. 7 fetched a calf tender and good, and gave
29. 17 Leah (was) tender eyed ; but Rachel was
33. 13 lord knoweth that the children (are) tender
Deut 28. 54 the man (that is) tender among you, and
28. 56 The tender and delicate woman among
i Ch.22. 5 my son (is) young and tender, and the ho.
29. i my son. .(is yet) young and tender, and
Prov. 4. 3 I was my father s son, tender and only
Isa. 47. i thou shalt no more be called tender and
Eze. 17. 22 I will crop off from the top. .a tender one
2. Tenderness, ip rok.
Deut 28. 56 would not. .for delicateness and tender.
3. Soft, tender, a.ira.\os hapalos.
Matt 24. 32 When his branch is yet tender, and put.
Marki3 . 28 When her branch is yet tender, and put.
TENDER branch, hearted, mercy, plant
I. Suckling, tender branch or plant, pjv yoneq.
Isa. 53. a shall grow up before him as a tender p.
2. Suckling, tender branch or plant, nj3}i
%
yoneqeth.
Job 14. 7 that the tender branch thereof will not
3. Tender of heart, 33.S tn rak lebab.
2 Ch.i3. 7 Rehoboam was young and tender hearted
^.Compassionate, merciful, fCo"ir\ayx vos euspla<}ch.
Eph. 4. 32 be ye kind one to another, tender hearted
5. Pitiful, oiKTipfjiwv oiktirmon.
Jas. 5. 1 1 the Lord is very pitiful, and of tender mer.
6.Bowels of kindness, ffir\a.yx va- fatovs [splaQchna],
Luke i. 78 Through the tender mercy of our God, wh.
TENON
Hand, T yad.
Exod.26. 17 Two tenons (shall there be) in one board
26. 19 sockets under one board for his two tenons
26. 19 sockets under another, .for his two tenons
36. 22 One board had two tenons, equally distant
36. 24 sockets under one board for his two tenons
36. 24 sockets under another, .for his two tenons
TENOR
Mouth, X9 peh.
Gen. 43! 7 we told him according to the tenor of these
Exod.34. 27 after the tenor of these words I have made
TENT
l.Tent, ^nk ohel.
Gen. 4! 20 he was the father of such as dwell in tents
9. 21 and he was uncovered within his tent
9. 27 and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem
1 2. 8 pitched his tent, (having) Beth-el on the w.
13. 3 unto the place where his tent had been
13. 5 Lot also, .had flocks, and herds, and tents
18. i he sat in the tent door in the heat of the
1 8. 2 he ran to meet them from the tent door
1 8. 6 Abraham hastened into the tent unto Sa.
18. 9 Where (is) Sarah..he said. Behold, in thet.
1 8. 10 Sarah heard (it) in the tent door, which
24. 67 brought her into his mother Sarah s tent
25. 27 Jacob (was) a plain man, dwelling in tents
26. 25 builded an altar, .and pitched his tentth.
31. 25 Jacob had pitched his tent in the mount
31. 33 went into Jacob s tent, and into Leah s t.
31. 33 into the two maid servants tents; but he
31. 33 Leah s tent, and entered into Rachel s te.
31. 34 Laban searched all the tent, but found (th.)
33. 19 a field, where he had spread his tent, at
35. 21 and spread his tent beyond the tower of
Exod.i6. 16 take ye. .for (them) which (are) in his te.
18. 7 (their) welfare ;?and they came into the tent
26. 1 1 couple the tent together, that it may be
26. 12 that remaineth of the curtainsof the tent
26. 13 in the length of the curtains of the tent
26. 14 thou shalt make a covering for the tent
26. 36 make an hanging for the door of the tent
33. 8 stood every man (at) his tent door, andlo.
33. 10 and worshipped, every man (in) his tent
35. ii his tent, and his covering, his taches, and
36. 14 made curtains of goats (hair) for the tent
36. 18 fifty taches of brass to couple the tent to.
36. 19 he made a covering for the tent (of) rams
39. 32 the tabernacle of the tent of the congreg.
39. 33 the tent, and all his furniture, his taches
39. 40 the tabernacle, for the tent of thecongre.
40. 2, 6, 7, 22, 24, 26 the tent of the congregation
40. 19 he spread abroad the tent over the taber.
40. 19 put the covering of the tent above upon
40. 29, 30, 32, 34, 35 the tent of the congregation
Lev. 14. 8 shall tarry abroad out of his tent seven
Num. 3. 25 the tabernacle, and the tent, the covering
9. 15 the tabernacle, (namely), the tent of the
ii. 10 weep.. every man in the door of his tent
16. 26 Depart, I pray you, from the tents of th.
16. 27 stood in the door of their tents, and their
19. 14 when amandiethin a tent : all that come
19. 14 into the tent, and all that (is) in the tent
19. 1 8 sprinkle (it) upon the tent, and upon all
24. 5 How goodly are thy tents, Jacob! (and)
Deut. i. 27 ye murmured in your tents, and said, Be.
5. 30 say to them, Get you into your tents again
ii. 6 their tents.andall the substance that (was)
16. 7 turn in the morning, and go unto thy te.
33. 1 8 Rejoice, Zebulun. .and, Issachar, inthyte.
Josh. 3. 14 the people removed from their tents, to
7. 21 hid in the earth, in the midst of^my tent
7. 22 ran unto the tent, .(it was) hid in his tent
7. 23 took them out of the midst of the tent, and
7. 24 his sheep, and his tent, and all that he had
22. 4 get you unto your tents, (and) unto the
22. 6 blessed them . . and they went unto their t.
22. 7 Joshua sent them away also unto their te.
22. 8 Return with much riches unto your tents
Judg. 4. ii pitched his tent unto the plain of Zaana.
4. 17 Sisera fled away on his feet to the tent of
4. 18 he had turned in unto her into the tent
4. 20 Stand in the door of the tent; and it shall
4. 21 Heber s wife, took a nail of the tent, and
5. 24 blessed shall she be abovewomen in the t.
6. 5 came up with their cattle and their tentij
7. 8 and he sent all .. every man unto his tent
7. 13 came unto a tent, and smote it that it fell
7. 13 and overturned it, that the tent lay along
8. ii them that dwelt in tents on the east of N.
20. 8 We will not any (of us) go to his tent, ne.
1 Sa. 4. 10 they fled every man into his tent : and
13. 2 the people he sent every man to his tent
17. 54 And David, .put his armour in his tent
2 Sa. 7. 6 have walked in a tent and in a tabernacle
16. 22 they spread Absalom a tent upon the top
18. 17 and all Israel fled every one to his tent
a Sa. 19. 8 for Israel had fled every man to his tent
20. i no part in David . . every man to his tents
20. 22 retired from the city, every man to his tent
i Ki. 8. 66 went unto their tents joyful and glad of
12. 16 to your tents, O Israel : now see to thino
12. 16 So Israel departed unto their tents
a Ki. 7. 7 left their tents, and their horses, and their
7. 8 they went into one tent, and did eat and
7. 8 entered into another tent, and carried
7. 10 and asses tied, and the tents as they (we.)
8. 21 smote, .and the people fled into their tents
13. 5 the children of Israel dwelt in their tents
14. 12 and they fled every man to their tents
1 Ch. 4. 41 smote their tents, and the habitations
5. 10 they dwelt in their tents throughout all
15. i prepared a place, .and pitched for it a tent
16. i set it in the midst of the tent that David
17. 5 have gone from tent to tent, and from (one)
2 Ch. i. 4 for he had pitched a tent for it at Jerusa.
7. 10 he sent the people away into their tents
10. 16 to your tents, O Israel, .went to their tents
14. 15 They smote also the tents of cattle, and car.
25. 22 Judah. .they fled every man to his tent
Psa. 69. 25 desolate; (and) let none dwell in their te.
78. 55 and made the tribes, .to dwell in their te
78. 60 the tent (which) he placed among men
84. 10 than to dwell in the tents of wickedness
106. 25 murmured in their tents, (and) hearkened
J2o. 5 Woe (is) me. .(that) I dwell in the tents of
Song i. 5 as the tents of Kedar, as the curtains of
Isa. 38. 12 is removed from me as a shepherd s tent
40. 22 spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in
54. 2 Enlarge the place of thy tent, and let them
Jer. 4. 20 suddenly are my tents spoiled, (and) my
6. 3 they shall pitch (their) tents against her
10. 20 (there is) none to stretch forth my tent
30. 18 bring again the captivity of Jacob s tents
35. 7 all your days ye shall dwell in tents ; that
35. 10 we have dwelt iu tents, and have obeyed
37. 10 should they rise up every man in his tent
49. 29 Their tentsaudtheirflocks shall they take
Hab. 3. 7 sawthetentsofCushanin affliction : (and)
Zech. 12. 7 The LORD also shall save the tents of Ju.
2. Tabernacle, dwelling place, ]$ys mishkan.
Song i. 8 feed thy kids beside the shepherds tents
^.Covering, booth, n*p sukkah.
2 Sa. ii. ii Israel, and Judah, abide intents; and my
^.Hollow place, belly, n^ij qubbah.
Num25. 8 went after the man of Israel into the tent
TENTS, (to abide in)
I. To incline, encamp, njn chanah.
Num. 9. 20 they abode in their tents, and according
9. 22 children of Israel abode in their tents
Ezra 8. 15 there abode we in tents three days : and
Z.Camp, n^no machaneh.
Num 13. 19 what cities (they be), .whether in tents, or
1 Sa. 17. 53 returned, .and they spoiled their tents
2 Ki. 7. 16 people went out, and spoiled the tents
2 Ch.3i.i 2 to praise in the gates of the tents of the
Zech. 1 4. 15 all the beasts that shall be in these tents
TENTH deal, part
1.A tenth part, itrg.n maaser.
Num 18. 21 given the children of Levi all the tenth
18. 26 ye shall offer, .a tenth (parti of the tithe
Eze. 45. ii that the bath may contain the tenth part
45. 14 (ye shall offer) the tenth part of a bath
2. Ten, i\vy asor.
Exodi2. 3 In the tenth (day) of this month they sh.
Lev. 16. 29 on the tenth (day) of the month, ye shall
23. 27 on the tenth (day) of this seventh month
25. 9 to sound on the tenth (day) of the seventh
Num 20. 7 ye shall have on the tenth (day) of this se.
Josh. 4. 19 came up out of Jordan on the tenth (day)
2 Ki. 25. i it came to pass . .in the tenth (day) of the
Jer. 52. 4 it came to pass . . in the tenth (day) of the
52. 12 in the fifth month, in the tenth (day) of
Eze. 20. i in the fifth (month), the tenth (day) of the
24. i in the tenth (day) of the month, the word
40. i in the tenth (day) of the month, in the fo.
Z.Tenth, T^ asiri.
Gen. 8. 5 until the tenth month : in the tenth (mo.)
Exodi6. 36 Now an omer (is) the tenth (part) of an ep.
Lev. 5. ii bring for his offering the tenth part of an
6. 20 the tenth part of an ephah of fine flour
27. 32 concerning the tithe, .the tenth shall be
Num. 5. 15 the tenth (part) of an ephah of barley meal
7. 66 On the tenth day Ahiezer the son of Am.
28. 5 a tenth (part) of an ephah of flour for a
Deut 23. 2 to his tenth generation shall he not enter
23. 3 to their tenth generation shall they not e.
2 Ki.25. i the ninthyear of hisreignin the tenth m.
i Ch.i2. 13 Jeremiah the tenth, Machbanai the elev.
24. it The ninth to Jeshuah.the tenth to Sheca.
25. 17 The tenth to Shimei, (he), his sons, and
27. 13 The tenth, .for the tenth month (was)M.
Ezra 10. 16 sat down in the first day of the tenth mo.
Esth. 2. 16 the tenth month, which (is) the month T.
Isa. 6. 13 in it (shall be) a tenth, and (it) shall return
Jer. 32. in the tenth year of Zedekiah king of Ju.
39. in the tenth month, came Nebuchadrezzar
52. ninth year of his reign in the tenth month
Eze. 24. in the ninth year, in the tenth month, in
29. In the tenth year, in the tenth (month), in
33. 2 in the tenth (month), in the fifth (day) of
45. i and the ephah the tenth part of an homer
Zech. 8. 19 the fast of the tenth, shall be to the house
TENTH
4.A tenth part, JT^J, issaron.
Exod2g. 40 a tenth deal of flour mingled with the fo.
Ler. 14. 10 three tenth deals of fine flour (for) a meat
14. 21 one tenth deal of fine flour mingled with
23. 13 two tenth deals of fine flour mingled with
23. 17 bring. . two wave loaves of two tenth deals
24. 5 bake twelve cakes, .two tenth deals shall
Numis. 4 a tenth deal of flour mingled with the fo.
15. 6 two tenth deals of flour mingled with the
15. 9 three tenth deals of flour mingled with
28. 9 two tenth deals of flour (for) a meat offer.
28. 12 three tenth deals of flour (for) a meat off.
28. 12 two tenth deals of flour (for) a meat offer.
*8. 13 a several tenth deal of flour mingled with
28. 20 three tenth deals, .and two tenth deals
28. 21 A several tenth deal shalt thou offer for
28. 28 three tenth deals, .two tenth deals unto
28. 29 A several tenth deal unto one lamb, thro.
29. 3 three tenth deals, .(and) two tenth deals
29. 4 one tenth deal for one lamb, throughout
29. q three tenth deals . . two tenth deals to one
29. 10 A several tenth deal for one lamb, throu.
29. 14 three tenth deals unto every bullock of the
29. 14 two tenth deals to each ram of the;twora.
29. 15 a several tenth deal to each lamb of the
b.A tenth part, 5e<caT7j dekate.
Heb. 7. 2 To whom also Abraham gave a tenth part
7. 4 unto whom. .Abraham gave the tenth of
6./4 tenth, Se/caroj dekatos.
John i . 39 and abode . . for it was about the tenth hour
Rev. ii. 13 the tenth part of the city fell, and in the
21. 20 the tenth, a chrysoprasus ; the eleventh
TENTH, to give or take the
I. To receive a tenth, "\\y% asar.
i Sa. 8. 15 he will take the tenth of your seed, and
8. 17 He will take the tenth of your sheep : and
2. To give tenth, "iyy asar, 3.
Gen. 28. 22 I will surely give the tenth unto thee
TENTMAKER
A tentmaker, TKi}voiroi6^ skenopoios.
Acts 18. 3 by their occupation they were tent mak.
TE -RAH, rnn, rpn turning, duration, wandering.
Son of Nahor, and father of Abraham, Nahor, and
Haran ; he died in Haran aged 205 years. B.C. 2000.
Gen. ii. 24 lived nine and twenty years, and begat T.
ii. 25 Nahor lived after he begat T. an hundred
ii. 26 T. lived seventy years, and begat Abram
ii. 27 these (are) the generations of T. : T. begat
ii. 28 Haran died before his father T. in the la.
ii. 31 T. took Abram his son, and Lot the son of
ii. 32 the days of T. were two hundred, .and T.
Josh 24. 2 T., the father of Abraham, and the fath.
1 Ch. i. 26 Serug, Nahor, T.
TE-RA -PHIM, C ?"iri nourishers.
A kind of household gods, probably in the human
form.
Judgi7- 5 Micah..made an ephod, and teraphim
1 8. 14 ye know that there is in these houses., t.
1 8. 17 the five men. .took, .the teraphim, and
18. 1 8 these, .fetched. . the teraphim, and the
18. 20 priest s heart was glad ; and betook, .thet.
Hos. 3. 4 the children of Israel shall abide, .(wi.)t.
TE -RESH, enn strictness, reverence.
A chamberlain at the court of Persia that combined
against Ahasuerus along with Bigthana, and was de
feated by Mordecai discovering the plot. B.C. 510.
Esth. 2. 21 T. . .sought to lay hold on the king Alias.
6. 2 Mordecai had told of Bigthana andT., two
TERMED, to be
To be said, TDK amar, 2.
Isa. 62. 4 neither shall thy land any more be termed
62. 4 Thou shalt no more be termed Forsaken
TERRACE
Highway, place raised up, n?p9 inesillah.
2 Ch. 9. 1 1 the king made (of) the algum trees terra.
TERRESTRIAL
Upon or belonging to the earth, tiriytios epigeios.
i Co. 15. 40 also celestial bodies, and bodies terrestrial
15. 40 and the (glory) of the terrestrial (is) anot.
TERRIBLE (acts, things , terribleness
1. Terrible, awe-inspiring, D; K ayom.
Song 6. 4 comely as Jerusalem, terrible as (an army)
6. 10 clear as the sun, (and) terrible as (an ar.)
Hab. i. 7 They (are) terrible and dreadful : their ju.
2. Terror, awe, dread, JiS N emah.
Job 39. 20 the glory of his nostrils (is) terrible
41. 14 Who can open, .his teeth (are) terrible ro.
3. Terrible, fearful. "Jrox emthahi.
Dan. 7. 7 a fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, and
4. To be afraid, terrible, ^rn dechal.
Dan. 2. 31 stood before thee, and the form, .(was) t.
6. Horror, heat, wrath, raging, n?^
1
?! zalaphah.
Lam. 5. 10 skin was black, .because of the terrible
6. To be feared, reverenced, n; yare, 2.
Exod34. 10 it (is) a terrible thing that I will do with
Deut. i. 19 went through all that great and terrible
7. 21 God (is)among you, a mighty God andte.
8. 15 led thee through that great and terrible
10. 17 a greatGod, amighty, and a terrible, wh.
10. 21 these great and terrible things which th.
968
Judgi3. 6 countenance of an angel of God, very te.
2 Sa. 7. 23 to do for you great things and terrible
1 Ch. 17. 21 to make thee a name of. . terribleness, by
Neh. i. 5 the great and terrible God, that keepeth
4. 14 the LORD, (which is) great and terrible
Q. 32 the terrible God, who keepest covenant
Job 37. 22 out of the north : with God (is) terrible
Psa. 45. 4 thy right hand shall teach thee terrible t.
47. 2 the LORD most high (is) terrible ; (he is)
65. 5 (By) terrible things in righteousness wilt
66. 3 Say unto God, How terrible (art thou in)
66. 5 (he is) terrible (in his) doing toward the
68. 35 O God, (thou art) terrible out of thy holy
76. 12 (he is) terrible to the kings of the earth
99. 3 Let them praise thy great and terrible
106. 22 Wondrous works, .(and) terrible things
145. 6 shall speak of the might of thy terrible a.
Isa. 18. 2, 7 a people terrible from their beginning
21. i it cometh from thedesert, from a terrible
64. 3 When thou didst terrible things (which)
Eze. i. 22 (was) as the colour of the terrible crystal
Joel 2. ii day of the LORD (is) great and very terr.
2. 31 before the great andthe terrible day of the
Zeph. 2. 1 1 The LORD (will be) terrible unto them
7. Fear, reverence, N~3io mora.
Deut 26. 8 with great terribleness, and with signs
8. Terrible, f 11? arits.
Isa. 13. n will lay low the haughtiness of the terr.
25. 3 the city of the terrible nations shall fear
25. 4 the blast of the terrible ones (is) as a st.
25. 5 the branch of the terrible ones shall be br.
29. 5 the multitude of the-terrible ones(shall be)
29. 20 the terrible one is brought to nought, and
49. 25 the prey of the terrible shall be delivered
Jer. 15. 21 redeem thee out of the hand of the terri.
20. ii the LORD (is) with me as a mighty terrible
Eze. 28. 7 bring, .upon thee, the terrible of the nat.
30. ii the terrible of the nations, shall be brou.
31. 12 the terrible of the nations, have cut him
32. 12 the terrible of the nations, all of them
9. .4 cause of terror, n^rn tiphletseth.
Jer. 49. 16 Thy terribleness hath deceived thee, (and)
10. Fearful, dreadful, (pofiepos phoberos.
Heb. 12. 21 so terrible was the sight, (that) Moses sa.
TERRIBLY, to shake
To fear, be afraid, terrify, ]^]l arats.
Isa. 2. 19, 21 when he ariseth to shake terribly the
TERRIFY, be terrified, to
I. To terrify, frighten, rtya baath, 3.
Job 3. 5 let the blackness of the day terrify it
7. 14 thou scarest me. .and terriflest me through
9 34 Let him take . .let not his fear terrify me
I.To cause to break down, affright, ncn chathath, 5.
Job 31. 34 did the contempt of families terrify me
3. To fear, be afraid, terrified, piy arats.
Deut. 20. 3 do not tremble, neither be ye terrified be.
4. To terrify exceedingly, entpofieta ekphobeo.
2 Co. 10. 9 That I may not seem as if I would terrify
5. To be affrighted, terrified, irToto/j.ai ptoeomai.
Luke2i. 9 when ye shall hear of wars, .be not terri.
24. 37 they were terrified and affrighted, and su.
6. To be affrighted, startled, terrified, irrvpop.ai.
Phil. i. 28 And in nothing terrified by your adver.
TERROR
1. Terror, ns N emah.
Deut 32. 25 The sword without, and terror within, sh.
Josh. 2. 9 that your terror is fallen upon us, and th.
Job 20. 25 cometh out of his gall: terrors (are) upon
33. 7 my terror shall not make thee afraid, ne.
Psa. 55. 4 and the terrors of death are fallen upon
88. 15 (while) I suffer thy terrors I am distracted
Isa. 33. 1 8 Thine heart shall meditate terror. Where
2. Trouble, haste, rt?n$ behalah.
Lev. 26. 16 I will even appoint over you terror, con.
Jer. 15. 8 caused (him)to fall.. and terrorsupon the
3.^4 worn out or wasted thing, nrr^i ballahah.
Job 1 8. n Terrors shall make him afraid on every si.
1 8. 14 and it shall bring him to the king of terr.
24. 17 (they are in) the terrors of the shadow of
27. 20 Terrors take hold on him as waters, a te.
30. 15 Terrors are turned upon me : they pursue
Psa. 73. 19 they are utterly consumed with terrors
Eze. 26. 21 I will make thee a terror, and thou (shall
27. 36 thou shalt be a terror, and never (shalt
28. 19 thou shalt be a terror, and never (shalt)
4. Terrors, D rnya biuthim.
Job 6. 4 the terrors of God do set themselves in ar.
Psa. 88. 16 goeth over me ; thy terrors have cut me
5. A cause of staggering, Kan chogga.
Isa. 19. 17 the land of Judah shall be a terror unto
6. ferror, fright, nj?n chittah.
Gen. 35. 5 the terror of God was upon the cities that
7. Terror, n-nn chittith.
Eze. 26. 17 which cause their terror (to be) on all th.
32. 23 which caused terror in the land of the Ii.
32. 24, 26 caused their terror in the land of the
32. 25 their terror was caused in the land of the
32. 27 (they were) the terror of the mighty in the
32. 30 with their terror they are ashamed of th.
32. 32 I have caused my terror in the land of the
TESTIFT
8. Fear, "rus magor.
Jer. 20. 4 I will make thee a terror to thyself, and
Lam. 2. 22 hast called as in a solemn day my terrors
9. To cast down, "us magar.
Eze. 21. 12 terrors by reason of the sword shall be up.
10.Fear, K~HO mora.
Deut. 4. 34 by a stretched out arm, and by great ter.
34. 12 in all the great terror which Moses show.
Jer. 32. 21 a stretched out arm, and with great terr.
11. Cause of terror or ruin, njVH? mechittah.
Isa. 54. 14 from terror; for it shall not come near
Jer. 17. 17 Be not a terror unto n:e : thou (art) my
12. Violence, terror, ny^.2 maaratsah.
Isa. 10. 33 the LORD . . shall lop the bough with terr.
13. Fear, dread, ~i~5 pachad.
Job 31. 23 destruction (from) God (was) a terror to
Psa. 91. 5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terrorby
14. Fear, <p6fios phobos.
Rom 13. 3 rulers are not a terror to good works, but
2 Co. 5. ii Knowing therefore the terror of the Lord
i Pe. 3. 14 be not afraid of their terror, neither be
TER-TI -TJS, Ttpnos (Latin, third).
The person who wrote the Epistle to the Romans from
Paul s dictation at Corinth, and thought to have been
Silas.
Rom 16. 22 I T., who wrote (this) epistle salute you
TER-TUL -LTJS, Tf p-ruXAot.
A (Roman) orator who went with the high priest and
elders from Jerusalem to Csesarea to accuse i aul before
Felix the Roman governor. B.C. 60.
Acts 24. i and. .a certain orator. .T., who informed
24. 2 T. began to accuse (him), saying, Seeing
TESTAMENT
Dispensation, full arrangement, SiadriKri diatheke.
Matt 26. 28 this is my!>lood of the new testament, wh.
Marki4. 24 This is my blood of the new testament, w.
Luke22. 20 This cup (is) the new testament in my bl.
1 Co. ii. 25 This cup is the new testament in my bio.
2 Co. 3. 6 made us able ministers of the new testa.
3. 14 in the reading of the Old Testament, wh.
Heb. 7. 22 was Jesus made a surety of a better test.
9. 15 he is the mediator of the new testament
9. 15 transgressions, .under the first testament
9. 16 where a testament (is), there must also of
9. 17 a testament (is) of force after men arede.
9.20 This (is) the blood of the testament which
Rev. ii. 19 seen in his temple the ark of his testame.
TESTATOR
To arrange fully, dispose, oiariOe^ai diatitkemui,
Heb. 9. 16 there must, .be the death of the testator
9. 17 of no strength .. while the testator liveth
TESTIFY, (beforehand, unto), to be testified, to
1. To (cause to) testify, attest, ~ny ud, 5.
Deut. 8. 19 I testify against you this day, that ye sh.
32. 46 the words which I testify among you this
2 Ki. 17. 13 the LORD testified against Israel and aga.
17. 15 his testimonies which he testified against
2 Ch.24- 19 they testified against them : but they wo.
Neh. 9. 26 slew thy prophets which testified against
9. 29 testifiedst against them, that thou migh.
9. 30 testifledst against them by thy spirit in
9. 34 wherewith thou didst testify against them
13. 15 I testified (against them) in the day whe.
13. 21 I testified against them, and said unto th.
Psa. 50. 7 I will testify against thee : I (am) God
81. 8 Hear, O my people, and I will testify un.
Amos. 3. 13 testify in the house of Jacob, saith the
2. To be testified, ~ny ud, 6.
Exod2i. 29 it hath been testified to his owner, that
3. To answer, respond, njj; anah.
Numss. 30 one witness shall not testify against any
Deut 19. 16 to testify against him (that which is) wro.
19. 18 (and) hath testified falsely against his br.
31. 21 this song shall testify against them as a
Ruth i. 21 the LORD hath testified against me, and
2 Sa. i. 16 thy mouth hath testified against thee, sa.
Job 15. 6 yea, thine own lips testify against thee
Isa. 59. 12 our sins testify against us : for our trans.
Jer. 14. 7 though our iniquities testify against us
Hos. 5. 5 the pride of Israel doth testify to his face
7. 10 the pride of Israel testifleth to his face
Mic. 6. 3 wherein have I wearied thee ? testify aga.
4. To bear thorough witness, 8<a/uapTupo^iai diamar.
Lukei6. 28 that he may testify unto them, lest they
Acts 2. 40 with many other words did he testify and
8. 25 when they had testified and preached the
10. 42 to testify that it is he which was ordained
18. 5 testified to the Jews (that) Jesus (was)Ch.
20. 21 Testifying both tthe.Tews, and also to the
20. 24 to testify the gospel of the grace of God
23. ii as thou hast testified of me in Jerusalem
28. 23 to whom he expounded and testified the
i Th. 4. 6 we also have forewarned you and testified
Heb. 2. 6 one in a certain place testified, saying, Wh.
5. To bear witness upon or besides, itnfjLaprvp4a> epi.
\ Pe. 5. 12 testifying that this is the true grac ofGod
6. To bear witness, naprvptoi martured.
John 2. 25 needed not that any should testify of man
3. 1 1 We speak . . and testify that we have seen
3. 32 what he J-uth seen and heard, that he tea.
TESTIMONY 069 THANKFUL
John 4. 39 the woman, which testified, He told me all
4. 44 Jesus himself testified, that a prophet ha.
5. 39 and they are they which testify of me
7. 7 me it hateth, because I testify of it, that
13. 21 he was troubled in spirit, and testified, and
15. 26 the spirit of truth, .shall testify of me
21. 24 This is the disciple which testitieth of th.
Acts 26. 5 if they would testify, that after the most
i Co. 15. 15 we have testified of God that he raised up
Heb. 7 . 17 he testifleth, Thou (art) a priest for ever
ii. 4 obtained witness . . God testifying of his
i Jo. 4. 14 we have seen and do testify that the Fath.
5. 9 the witness of God which he hath testified
3 John 3 the brethren came and testified of the tr.
Rev. 22. 16 I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify
22. 20 He which testifieth these things saith, Su.
7. To bear witness, fj.aprvpofj.ai marturomai.
Gal. 5. 3 I testify again to every man that is circu.
Eph. 4. 17 I say therefore, and testify in the Lord
S.Thi ivitness bearing, rb fj.aprvpi.ov to marturion.
i Ti. 2. 6 a ransom for all, [to be testified] in due time
9. To bear witness before, irpofj.aprvpofj.ai. promartur.
i Pe. i. ii it testified beforehand the sufferings of
10. To bear witness together, ffu/j./*apTvpew summa.
Rev. 22. 18 [I testify unto] every man that heareth the
TESTIMONY, (to give or have)
1. Witness, testimony, rny edah.
Deut. 4. 45 These (are) the testimonies, and the stat.
6. 17 his testimonies, and his statutes, which he
6. 20 What (mean) the testimonies, and the st.
Psa. 25. 10 such as keep his covenant and his testim.
78. 56 provoked. .God, and kept not his testim.
93. 5 Thy testimonies are very sure : holiness be.
99. 7 they kept his testimonies, and the ordin.
119. 2 Blessed (are) they that keep his testimo.
119. 22 Remove, .reproach. .1 have kept thy test.
119. 24 Thy testimonies also (are)my delight, (and)
no. 46 I will speak of thy testimonies also before
119. 59 and turned my feet unto thy testimonies
119. 79 and those that have known thy testimon.
119. 95 waited for me.. I will consider thy testi.
119. 119 puttest away all the wicked, .love thy t.
119. 125 give me. .that I may know thy testimon.
119. 138 Thy testimonies (that) thou hast comma.
119. 146 save me, and I shall keep thy testimonies
119. 1 52 Concerning thy testimonies, I have known
119. 167 My soul hath kept thy testimonies; and
119.5168 I have kept thy precepts and thy testim.
132. 12 my covenant and my testimony that I sh.
2. Witness, testimony, nny eduth.
Exodi6. 34 Aaron laid it up before the testimony, to
25. 16 thou shalt put into the ark the testimony
25. 21 in the ark thou shalt put the testimony th.
25. 22 cherubims..upon the ark of the testimony
26. 33 bring, .within the veil the ark of the test.
26. 34 the ark of the testimony in the most holy
27. 21 without the veil, which (is) before the te.
30. 6 veil that (is) by the ark of the testimony
30. 6 before the mercy seat that (is) over the te.
30. 26 thou shalt anoint . . the ark of the testim.
30. 36 put of it before the testimony in the tab.
31. 7 the ark of the testimony, and the mercy
31. 18 two tables of testimony, tables of stone
32. 15 the two tables of the testimony (were) in
34. 29 with the two tables of testimony in Moses
38. 21 the sum. .of the tabernacle of testimony
39. 35 The ark of the testimony, and the staves
40. 3 shalt put therein the ark of the testimony
40. 5 the incense before the ark of the testim.
40. 20 he took and put the testimony into the ark
40. 21 covered the ark of . .testimony ; as the L.
lev. 16. 13 the mercy seat that (is) upon the testim.
24. 3 the veil of the testimony, in the taberna.
Num. i. 50 the Levites over the tabernacle of testi.
i. 53 round about the tabernacle of testimony
i. 53 the charge of the tabernacle of testimony
4. 5 and cover the ark of testimony with it
7. 89 mercy seat that (was) upon the ark of te.
9. 15 tabernacle, (namely), the tent of the tes.
10. ii up from off the tabernacle of the testim.
17. 4 the tabernacle . .before the testimony, wh.
17. 10 Bring Aaron s rod again before the testi.
Josh. 4. 16 the priests that bear the ark of the testi.
1 Ki. 2. 3 to keep, .his testimonies, as it is written
2 Ki. ii. 12 (gave him) the testimony : and they made
17. 15 his testimonies which he testified against
23. 3 his commandments and his testimonies
1 Ch.2g. 19 to keep thy commandments, thy testimo.
2 Ch.23. ii (gave him) the testimony, and made him
34. 31 to keep his commandments, and his test.
Neh. 9. 34 thy commandments, and thy testimonies
Psa. 19. 7 the testimony of the LORD (is) sure, mak.
78. s he established a testimony in Jacob, and
81. 5 This he ordained in Joseph (for) a testim.
119. 14 I have rejoiced in the way of thy testim.
119. 31 I have stuck unto thy testimonies :O LORD
119. 36 Incline my heart unto thy testiinonies,and
119. 88 so shall I keep the testimony of thy mp.
119. 99 more understanding, .for thy testimonies
119. in Thy testimonies have I taken as an her.
119. 129 Thy testimonies (are) wonderful: there.
119. 144 The righteousness of thy testimonies (is)
119. 157 (yet) do I not decline from thy testimo.
122. 4 the tribes go up., unto the testimony of Is.
Jer. 44. 23 nor in his statutes, nor in his testimonies
8. Witness, testimony, .Tjiyj-t teudah.
Ruth 4. 7 gave (it) to his neighbour . . this (was) a te.
tsa. 8. 16 Bind up the testimony, seal the law am.
8. 20 to the testimony : if they speak not acco.
4. To bear witness, paprvpew martureO.
Acts 13. 22 to whom also he gave testimony, and said
14. 3 which gave testimony unto the word of
Heb. ii. 5 before his translation he had this testim.
5. Witness, testimony, fiaprvpla. marturia.
John 3. 32 testifteth ; and no man receiveth his tes.
3. 33 He that hath received his testimony hath
5. 34 I receive not testimony from man : but
8. 17 written, .that the testimony of two men
21. 24 and we know that his testimony is true
Acts 22. 1 8 they will not receive thy testimony con.
Rev. i. 2 of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of
1. 9 for the word of God, and for the testim.
6. 9 and for the testimony which they held
11. 7 when they shall have finished theirtestim.
12. ii overcame him.. by the word of their tes.
12. 17 and have the testimony of Jesus Christ
19. 10 thy brethren that have the testimony of
19. 10 the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of pr.
Q. Witness, testimony, /j.aprvptov marturion.
.Matt. 8. 4 offer the gift, .for a testimony unto them
10. 1 8 for a testimony against them-and the Ge.
Mark i. 44 offer, .those things, .for a testimony unto
6. ii shake off the dust, .for a testimony agai.
13. 9 brought before rulers . . for a testimony
Luke 5. 14 as Moses commanded, for a testimony un.
9. 5 shake off the very dust, .for a testimony
21. 13 And it shall turn to you for a testimony
1 Co. i. 6 as the testimony of Christ was confirmed
2. i declaring unto you the [testimony] of God
2 Co. i. 12 our rejoicing is this, the testimony of our
2 Th. i. 10 our testimony among you was believed
2 Ti. i. 8 Be not thou. . ashamed of the testimony
Heb. 3. 5 fora testimony of those things which were
Rev. 15. 5 the temple of the tabernacle of the testi.
TETRARCH, (to be)
1. To be a tetrarch, rtrpapxfto tetrarcheo.
Luke 3. i Herod being tetrarch of Galilee, and his
3. i Philip tetrarch of Iturea and of the region
3. i and Lysanias the tetrarch of Abilene
2. Chief or ruler of a fourth part, verpapx.TIs tetra.
Matt 14. i Herod the tetrarch heard of the fame of
Luke 3. 19 Herod the tetrarch, being reproved by him
9. 7 Herod the tetrarch heard of all that was
Acts 13. i had been brought up with Herod the tet.
THAD-DJE -US. (=)a35cuos (from Syr. nn) breast.
One of the twelve apostles of Christ, and called also
Lebbcus: perhaos the same as Jude, who wrote the
Epistle.
Mattio. 3 James, .and Lebbeus. .[surname was T.]
Mark 3. 18 James, .and T., and Simon the Canaanite
THA -HASH, t?nn reddish.
A son of Reumah concubine of Nahor,Abraham s brother.
B.C. 1860.
Gen. 22. 24 she bare also Tebah, and Gaham, and T.
THA -MAH, TA -MAH, nrji? combat.
One of the Nethinim whose descendants returned with
Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 53 children of Sisera, the children of T.
Neh. 7. 55 children of Sisera, the children of T.
THA -MAR, @duap (from Heb. i^J?) a palm tree.
An ancestor of Jesus. See Tamar.
Matt. i. 3 Judas begat Phares audZara of T. ; and
THAN, (rather)
1. That, that which, **! di.
Dan. 3. 19 seven times more than it was wont to be
2. From, ]Q min.
Lev. 14. 37 which in sight (are) lower than the wall
3. Upon, above, Vy al.
Num. 3. 46 children of Israel, which are more than
Eccl. 5. 8 regardeth; and (there be) higher than they
l.From above, ^yp meal.
Eccl. 5. 8 for (he that is) higher than the highest
5. Either, or ; (after a comparative} than, tf e.
Mattio. 15 for the land of Sodom, .than for that city
See also n. 22, 24 ; 18. 8, 9, 13; 19. 24; 26. [53]; Mark 6.
[n]; 9. 43, 45, 47; 10. 25; 15. 7; Luke 10. 12, 14; 16. 17;
17. 2 ; 18. 14, 25 ; John 3. 19 ; 4. i ; Acts 4. 19 ; 5. 29 ; 25.
[6]; 27. n; Rom. 13. n; i Co. 7. 9; a. 15; 14. 5, 19;
2 Co. i. 13; Gal. 4. 27; i Ti. i. 4; 2 Ti. 3. 4; Heb. n.
25; i Pe. 3. 17; 2 Pe. 2. 21 ; i Jo. 4. 4.
6. Or, than, truly, tfwfp eper.
John 12. 43 they loved the praise of men more than
7. To the side of, beyond, irapa (ace.) para.
Luke 3. 13 Exact no more than that which is appoi.
i Co. 3. ii other foundation can no man lay than
Gal. i. 8, 9 preach any other gospel unto you than
Heb. i. 4 obtained a more excellent name than they
2. 7 Thou madest him a little lower than the
2. 9 Jesus, who was made a little lower than
3. 3 worthy of more glory than Moses; 12. 24.
g. 23 heavenly things . . with better sacrifices t.
11. 4 offered . . a more excellent sacrifice than
8. But rather, a\\ ij all e, 2 Co. I. 13.
9. Beyond, TT\-(\V plen.
Acts 15. 28 no greater burden than these necessary
\0,Above, viffp (ace.) huper.
Luke 1 6. 8 are in their generation wiser than the ch.
Heb. 4. 12 sharper than any two edged sword, pier.
[See also Conqueror, more, rather
THAN that
But, ? ki.
1 Sa. 27. i (there is) nothing better for me than that
THANK, give thanks, to
I. To bless, declare blessed, in? barak, 3.
2 Sa. 14. 22 and bowed himself, and thanked the king
2. To confess, thank, praise, NT yeda, 5.
Dan. 2. 23 I thank thee, and praise thee, O thou God
6. 10 gave thanks before his God, as he did af.
%.To confess, thank, praise, .TV yadah, 5.
2 Sa. 22. 50 I will give thanks unto thee, O LORD, am.
1 Ch. 16. 4 to thank and praise the LORD God of Isr.
1 6. 7 David delivered first (this psalm), to thank
16. 8 Give thanks unto the LORD, call upon his
16. 34 give thanks unto the LORD; for (he is) go.
16. 35 that we may give thanks to thy holy name
16. 41 to give thanks to the LORD, because his
23. 30 to stand every morning to thank and praise
25. 3 prophesied with a harp, to give thanks and
29. 13 we thank thee, and praise thy glorious na.
2 Ch. 5. 13 one sound to be heard in praising and th.
31. 2 to minister, and to give thanks, and topr.
Ezra 3. ii in praising and giving thanks unto the L.
Neh. 12. 24 to praise (and) to give thanks, according
Psa. 6. 5 in the grave who shall give thee thanks?
18. 49 Therefore will I give thanks unto thee, O
30. 4 give thanks at the remembrance of his
30. 12 O LORD my God, I will give thanks unto
35. 1 8 I will give thee thanks in the great cong.
75. i we give thanks, (unto thee) do we giveth.
79. 13 we thy people, .will give thee thanks for
92. i (It is a) good (thing) to give thanks unto
97. 12 give thanks at the remembrance of his ho.
105. i give thanks unto the LORD ; call upon his
106. i give thanks unto the LORD ; for (he is)go.
106. 47 to give thanks unto thy hoiy name, (and)
107. i give thanks unto the LORD, for (he is) go.
1 1 8. i give thanks unto the LORD ; for (he is) go.
1 18. 29 give thanks unto the LORD; for (he is) go.
119.62 At midnight J will rise to give thanks un.
122. 4 to give thanks unto the name of the LORD
136. i give thanks unto the LORD ; for (heis)go.
136. 2 give thanks unto the God of gods: for his
136. 3 give thanks to the Lord of lords : for his
136. 26 give thanks unto the God of heaven : for
140. 13 the righteous shall give thanks unto thy
4. To profess, confess, give glory to, to/j.o\oytofj.ai.
Mattn. 25 I thank tliee, O Father, Lord of heaven
Luke 10. 21 I thank thee, Father, Lord of heaveii
i>. Grace, thanks, x*P s charts.
Rom. 6. 17 But God be thanked, that ye were the
fi.jTo thank, be thankful, tiixaptffreta eucharisteo.
Matt. 15. 36 took the seven loaves, .and gave thanks
26. 27 he took the cup, and gave thanks, and ga.
Mark 8. 6 he took the seven loaves, and gave than.
14. 23 when he had given thanks, he gave (it) to
Lukei7. 16 fell down on (his)face. .giving him thank*
18. ii I thank thee, that I am not as other men
22. 17 he took the cup, and gave thanks, and s.
22. 19 he took bread, and gave thanks, and bra.
John 6. ii when he had given thanks, he distributed
6. 23 after that the Lord [had given thanks]
ii. 41 Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard
Acts 27. 35 gave thanks to God in presence of them
28. 15 whom when Paul saw, he thanked God
Rom. i. 8 I thank my God through Jesus Christ for
7. 25 [I thank] God through Jesi:sChrist our L.
14. 6 eateth to the Lord . .he pivc-th God thanks
14. 6 he eateth not, and giveth God thanks
16. 4 unto whom not only I give thanks, but
1 Co. i. 4 I thank my God always on your behalf
1. 14 I thank God that I baptized none of you
10. 30 spoken of for that for which I give thanks
11. 24 when he had given thanks, he brake (it)
14. 17 thou verily givest thanks well, but the
14. 18 I thank my God, I speak with tongues mo.
2 Co. i. ii thanks may be given by many on our be.
Eph. i. 16 Cease not to give thanks for you, making
5. 20 Giving thanks always for all things unto
Phil. i. 3 I thank my God upon every remembra.
Col. i. 3 We give thanks to God and the Father of
1. 12 Giving thanks unto the Father, which ha.
3. 17 giving thanks to God and the Father by
1 Th. i. 2 We give thanks to God always for you all
2. 13 For this cause also thank we God without
5. 18 In every thing give thanks: for this is the
2 Th. i. 3 We are bound to thank God always for
2. 13 we arebound to give thanks alway to God
Phm. 4 I thank my God, making mention of thee
Rev. ii. 17 We give thee thanks, O Lord God Alruig.
7. To have grace, favour, fyto x-t>
lv echo charin.
Lukei?. Q Doth he thank that servant because he did
1 Ti. i. 12 I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who hath
2 Ti. 1.3! thank God, whom I serve from (my)for.
S.To confess correspondingly, c.v6o/j.o\oyeo/j,ai.
Luke 2. 38 she coming in that instant gave thanks
9. To confess, profess, say the same thing, cfujAoye w.
Heb. 13. 15 the fruit of (our) lips giving thanks to his

THANKFUL, (to be)
l.To thank, praise, confess, .TV yadah, 5.
Psa. 100. 4 be thankful unto him, (and) bless his name
2. To thank, lie thankful, evxapiffrdu eucharisteo.
Rom. i. 21 they glorified (him) not.. neither were tha.
S.Thankful, fi>xapiffros eucharistos.
Col. "3. 15 let the peace of God rule, .be ye thankful
122THANKS 970 THAT
Eph.
Phil.
Col.
THANKS (giving, offering, worthy), thankfulness
l.Choir, choir of singing, nn-rt huyyedoth.
Neh. 12. 8 Mattauiah, (which was) over the thanks.
2.To thank, praise, confess, .TV yadah, 5.
Neh ii. 17 the principal to begin the thanksgiving
12. 46 songs of praise and thanksgiving unto G.
3. Confession, thanksgiving, choir, rnin todah.
Lev. 7. 12 If he offer it for a thanksgiving, then he
7. 12 shall offer with the sacrilice of thanku.
7 . 13 with the sacrifice of thanksgiving of his
7. 15 sacrifice of his peace offerings for thanks
22. 29 when ye will offer a sacrifice of thanksg.
2 011.29. 31 bring sacrifices and thank offerings into
29. 31 brought in sacrifices and thank offerings
33. 16 sacrificed . .peace offerings and thank off.
> eh. 12. 27 with thanksgivings, and with singing, (wi.)
12. 31 great (companies of them that gave) tha.
12. 38 the other (company of themthatgave)th.
12. 40 two (companies of them thatgave)thanks
Fsa. 26. 7 I may publish with the voice of thanksg.
50. 14 Offer unto God thanksgiving; and pay
69. 30 and will magnify him with thanksgiving
95. 2 Let us come before his presence with th.
100. 4 Enter into his gates with thanksgiving
107. 2J let them sacrifice the sacrifices of thanks.
116. 17 I will offer to thee the sacrifice of thanks.
147. 7 Sing unto the LORD with thanksgiving
Is:i. 51. 3 gladness shall be found therein, thanks.
Jer. 30. 19 out of them shall proceed thanksgiving
Amos 4. 5 offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving with lea.
Jon. 2. 9 will sacrifice unto thee. .with. .thanksgiving
4. Thanksgiving, thankfulness, fi/xapiffrla
euchar.
Acts 24. 3 We accept (it) always, .with all thankfu.
1 Co. 14. 16 how shall he. .say Amen at thy giving oft
2 Co. 4. 15 might through the thanksgiving of many
9. 1 1 which causeth through us thanksgiving
9. 12 is abundant also by many thanksgivings
4 nor jesting, .but rather giving of thanks
6 with thanksgiving let your requests be
7 abounding therein with thanksgiving
2 and watch in the same with thanksgiving
i Til. 3. 9 what thanks can we render to God again
i Ti. 2. i (ami) giviugof thanks, be made for all men
4. 3 created to be received with thanksgiving
4. 4 if it be received with thanksgiving
Rev. 4. 9 honour and thanks to him that sat on the
7. 12 glory, and wisdom, and thanksgiving, and
5. Grace, favour, x"/"
s charts.
Luke 6. 12, 33, 34 what thank have ye? for sinners
1 00.15. 57 thanks (be) to God, which giveth us the
2 Co. 2. 14 thanks (be) unto God, which always cau.
8. 16 thanks (be) to God, which put the same
9. 15 Thanks (be) unto God for his unspeakable
i Pe. 2. 19 this (is) thankworthy, if a man forconsc.
THA -RA, Qdpa.
Hebrew Terah, father of Abraham. Luke 3. 34.
THARSHISH. >Ve TARSHISH.
THAT (man, thing, same, may, could)
1. Concerning, ^x el.
i Sa. 4. 19 she heard the tidings that the ark of God
V.That, that which, i\x asher.
Gen. i. 31 God saweverythingthathehadmade.and
ii. 7 that they may not understand oneanoth.
Exod2o. 4 any likeness (of any thing) that (is) in he.
20. 4 or that (is) in the earth beneath, or that
Num. 6. ii make an atonement for him, for that he
S.So that, to the intent that, T*\X \y^ le-maan asher.
Gen. 18. 19 I know him, that he will command his
Num 16. 40 that no stranger, which (is) not of these.
4. Which, that, <r
) di.
Ezra 4. 1 1 This (is) the copy of the letter that they
4. 12 Be it known, .that the Jews which came
5. This, that, jsn dikken.
Dan. 7. 20 even (of) that horn that had eyes, and a
G.Ife, it, Kin hit.
Gen. 2. n that (is) it which compasseth the whole
2. 19 whatsoever Adam called, .that (was) the
7. That (very), ttfr,r\ ha-hu.
Gen. 19. 35 they made their father drink wine that
8.Sh", it, K ii hi.
1 Ki. 3. 4 went to Gibeon . . that (was) the great high
9. That (very), x nn ha-hi.
Gen. 2. 12 the gold of that land (is) good : there (is)
10. This or that (very), iVr hallaz.
2 Ki. 4. 25 man of God. . said .. Behold .. that Shuna.
23. 17 Then he said, What title (is) that. .1 see?
ll.This, nut zoth, f.
Lev. 26. 44 yet for all that, when they be in the land
12. This (very), nxin haz-zoth.
Gen. 43. 15 the men took that present, and they took
13. This, ni zeh, m.
Exodi3. *8 (This is done) because of that (which) the
14. This (very), nn haz-zeh.
Gen. 24. 9 and sware to him concerning that matter
lo.This, ii to.
Psa.i32. 12 and mytestimony that I shall teach them
16. This, n zu.
Psa. 10. 2 let them be taken in the devices that th.
Psa. 17. 9 From the wicked that oppress me, (from)
31. 4 I ull me out of the net that they have laid
17. That, ? ki.
Gen. i. 4 God saw the light. that(it was) good : and
IS. To the intent, }^ le-maan.
Gen. 12. 13 that it may be well with me for thy sake
19. In consequence, on account of, 11312,3 ba-abur.
Gen. 21. 30 that they may be a witness unto me
20. Until, iy ad.
Lev. 23. 14 until the selfsame day that ye have brou.
21. This u-ord, njn la jn had-dabar haz-zeh.
Judg. 8. 3 anger was abated . . when he had said that
22.To the intent t/iat, ljp |y: yaan asher.
Eze. 12. 12 that he see not the ground with (his) eyes
ZS.For this reason, nj n ^ap
1
?? kol qebel denah.
Ezra 7. 17 That thou mayest buy speedily with this
24.7/e, she, it, avros autos.
Luke 2. 38 she coming in that instant gave thanks Ii.
25. //, i ei.
Mark 9. 42 that a millstone were hanged about hi
Lukei7. 2 that a millstone were hanged about his
Acts 26. 8 incredible with you, that God should ra.
26. 23 That Christ should suffer, (and) that he
26. With a vieio to, tls r6 eis to.
i Co. 9. 1 8 that I abuse not my power in the gospel
Eph. i. 18 that ye may know what is the hope of his
Phil. i. 10 That ye may approve things that are exc.
1 Th. 3. 10 praying exceedingly that we might see yo.
2 Th. i. 5 that ye may be counted worthy of the ki.
2. 2 That ye be not soon shaken in mind, or
2. 6 ye know what withholdeth that he might
2. ii strong delusion, that they should believe
Heb.i2. 10 that (we) might be partakers of his holin.
Jas. i. 18 that we should be a kind of first fruits of
1 Pe. 3. 7 as being heirs . that your prayers be not
4. 2 That he no longer should live the rest of
27. That, that very, he, she, it, (7vos ekeinos.
Matt. 7. 22 Many will say to me in that day. Lord
See also 7. 25, 27 ; 8. 28 ; 9. 22, 26, 31 ; 10. 14, 15 ; ii. 25 ;
12. i, 45; 13. 44; M- i. SSI i?- 27; 18. [7. 27]. 32; 22.
46 ; 24. 36, 46, 48, 50 ; 26. 24, 24, 29 ; 27. 8, 19, 63 ; Mark
3. 24, 25; 6. [n], 55 ; 7. 20; 13. ii, 24, 32 ; 14. 21, 21, 25;
Luke 6. 23, 48, 49; 9. 5; 10. 12, 12, 31 ; ii. 26; 12. 43, 45,
46, 47; 14. [21]; 15. 14, 15; 17. [9], 31; 18. 3; 19. 4 ;
20.. 18, 35; 21. 34; 22. 22; John i. 39; 4. 39; 6. [22];
ii. 51, 53 ; 14. 20; 16. 23, 26; 18. 15 ; 19. 27, 31 ; 21. 3, 7,
23 ; Acts i. 19 ; 3. 23 ; 8. i, 8 ; 12. i ; 14. 21 ; 19. 16 ; 22.
ii ; Eph. 2. 12 ; 2 Th. i. 10; 2 Ti. i. 12, 18; 4. 8; Heb. 3.
[10]; 4. ii ; 8. 7; ii. 15; Jas. i. 7; 4. 15; Rev. 16. [14].
2S.In the, iv r<?
en to.
Luke i. 21 marvelled that he tarried so long in the
29. By reason of, on account of, fvfKa. (gen.} heneka.
2 Co. 7. 12 that our care for you in the sight of God
30. Either, or, than, verily, ij e.
Luke22. 34 before that thou shalt thrice deny . .thou
Acts 25. 16 before that he which is accused have the
31. In order that, so that, Iva hina.
Matt. i. 22 that it might be fulfilled which wasspok.
2. 15 that it might be fulfilled which was spok.
4. 3 command that these stones be made br.
4. 14 That it might be fulfilled which was
5. 29, 30 it is profitable for thee that one of thy
7. i Judge not, that ye be not judged
7. 12 ye would that men should do to you, do
8. 8 I am not worthy that thou shouldest come
9. 6 that ye may know that the Son of man
10. 25 It is enough for the disciple that he be
12. 10 they asked him . .that they might accuse
12. 16 charged them that they should not make
14. 15 that they may go into the villages, and
14. 36 besought him that they might only touch
16. 20 Then charged hehis disciples that they sh.
1 8. 6 it were better for him that a millstone we.
1 8. 14 that one of these little ones should perish
1 8. 16 that in the mouth of two or three witne.
19. 13 that he should put (his) hands on them
19. 16 what good thing shall I do, that I may
20. 21 Grant that these my two sons may sit
20. 33 They say unto him, Lord, that our eyes
21. 4 that it might be fulfilled which was sp.
23. 26 that the outside of them may be clean
24. 20 pray ye that your flight be not in the wi.
26. 4 consulted that they might take Jesus by
26. 41 Watch and pray, that ye enter not intote.
26. 56 that the scriptures of the prophets might
26. 63 that thou tell us whether thou lie theCh.
27. 20 persuaded the multitude that they shou.
27. 35 that it might lie fulfilled which was spo.
28. 10 go tell my brethren that they go into G.
Mark i. 38; 2. 10; 3. 2, 9, 12, 14, 14; 4. 12, 22; 5. 10,
12, 18, 43; 6. 8, 12,25, 36> 56 J 7- 9 26, 36; 8. 30; 9. 9,
12, 18, 30; 10. 13, 17, 35, 37, 48, 51; ii. 16, 25; 12. 2, 15,
19; 13. 18; 14. 12, 35; 15. ii, 32; 16. i.
Luke i. 4, 43 ; 4. 3 ; 5. 24 ; 6. 7, 31 ; 7. 6, 36 ; 8. 10, 16,
31, 32; 9. 12, 45; 10. 40; ii. 33, 50, [54]; 12. 36; 14. 10,
23; 15. 29; 16. 4, 9, 24, 27; 17. 2; 18. 15, 39, 41 ; 19. 15;
2O. 1O, 14, 2O, 28 , 21. 36; 22. 8, 3O, 32.
John i. 7, 22, 31 ; 2. 25 ; 3. 15, 16, 17, 21 ; 4. 15, 36, 47;
5. 20, 23, 34, 40; 6. 5, 7, 12, 28, 29, 30, 39, 40, 50; 7. 3,
23; 8. [6]; 9. 2, 3, 22, 36, 39; 10. 10, 17, 38; ii. 4, it, 16,
37, 42, 50, 52, 57; 12. 9, 10, 23, 36, 38, 40,46; 13. i, 15.
18, 19, 29, 34, 34; 14. 3, 13, 16, 29, 31 ; 15. 2, 8, ii, 12, 13,
16, 16, 17, 25; 16. i, 2, 4, 7, 24, 30, 32,33; 17. I./2], 3, ii,
12, 13, 15, 15, 19, 21, 21, 22, 23, 23, 24, 24, 26; 18. 9, [28],
32, 36, 37, 39; 19. 4. 24, 28, 31, 31, 35, 36, 38; 20. 31, 31.
ActS 2. 25; 4. 17; 5- IS! 8. 19; 9. 21 ; 19. 4 , 21. 24 , 22.
24; 23. 24; 24. 4.
Rom. i. ii, 13; 3. 8, 19; 4. 16; 5. 20, 21; 6. i, 4, 6; 7.
4, 13, 13; 8. 4, 17; 9. 11,23; " "i 19. 3 . 32; 14- 9". 5-
4, 6, 16, 31, [311,32 ; 16. 2 ; i Co. 1. 10, 31 ; 2. 5, 12 ; 3. 18 ;
4. 2, 3, 6, 6, 8; 5. 2, 5, 7; 7. 5. 5. 29. 34i 35 . 9- [5J. 15.
l8, 19, 20, 20, 21, 22, 22, 23, 24! IO. 33",
II. 19, 32, 34; 12.
25; 14. i, 5, 5, 12, 13, 19, 31 ; 15. 28; 16. 2, 6, 10, ii, 16;
2 Co. i. 9, ii, 15, 17; 2. 4, 4, 5, 9; 4. 7, 10, ii, 15; 5. 4,
10, 12, 15, 21 ; 6. 3; 7. 9; 8. 6, 7, 9, 13, 14; 9. 3, 4, 5, 8;
10. 9; ii. 7, 12, 12, 16; 12. 8, 9; 13. 7, 7; Gal. i. 16; 2.
W. Si 9. 10. 16, 19; 3- 14. M. 22, 24; 4. 5, 17; 6. 13; Eph.
1. 17; 2. 7, 10 ; 3. [16], 17, 19; 4. 10, 14, 28, 29; 5.26, 27,
27, 33; 6. [3], 13, 19, 20, 21, 22; Phil. i. 9, 10, 26, 27; 2.
2, 10, 15, 19, 28; 3. 8; Col. i. 9, 18, 28; 2. 2; 4. 3, 4, 8,
12, 16, 16, 17; i Th. 2. 16; 4. i, 12, 13; 5. 4, 10; 2 Th. i.
ii ; 2. 12; 3. i, 2, 12, 14; i Ti. i. 3, 16, 18, 20; 2. 2; 3.
5 i 4 5 > 5- 7>
]
6> 20, 21 ; 6. i, 19 ; 2 Ti. i. 412. 4, 10;
3. 17; 4. 17; Titus i. 5, 9, 13; 2. 4, 5, 8, 10, 12, 14; 3. 7,
8, 13, 14; Phm. 13, 14, 15.
Heb. 2. 14, 17 ; 4. 16 ; 5. i ; 6. 12, 18 ; 9. 25 ; 10. o, 36 ;
n. 35, 40; 12. 27; 13. 12, 17, 19; Jas. i. 4; 4. 3; i Pe. i.
7; 2. 2, 12, 21, 24; 3. [ij, 9, 16, 18; 4. 6, ii, 13; 5. 6; 2
Pe. i. 4; i Jo. i. 3, 4; 2. i, 19, 27, 28; 3. i, 8, ii, 23; 4.
9, 17, 21 ; 5. 3, 13, [13], 16, 20; 2 Jo. 5, 6, 6, 8, 12; 3 Jo.
8; Rev. 2. 10; 3. n, 18, 18; 6. [4], [n]; 7. i ; 8. [3]; 9.
4, [5], 20; ii. 6; 12. 6, 14, 15; 13. 15, 15, 17; 14- [13]. 1
3>
16. 12; 18. 4, 4; 19. 8, 15, 18; 20. 3; 22. 14.
32. And, Kai kai.
Mark 9. 39 there is no man. .that can lightly speak
Luke 5. i it came to pass, that, as the people pres.
8. i that he went throughout every city and
10. 38 that he entered into a certain village
33. So that, to the end that, oirus hopos.
Matt. 2. 8 bring me word again, that I may come
See also v. 23; 5. 16, 45; 6. 2, 4, 5. 16, 18; 8. 17, [34]; 9. 38;
12. [17]; 13.35; 23. 35; Marks. [23!; Luke 2. 35; 7. 3;
10, 2; 16. 28; John ii. 57; Acts 8. 15, 24; 9. 2, 12, 17;
15. 17; 23. 15, 20; 24. [26]; 25. 3, 26; Rom. 3. 4; 9. 17, 17;
i Co. i. 29; 2 Co. 8. ii, 14; Gal. i. 4; 2 Th. i. 12; Phni.
6; Heb. 2. 9 ; 9. 15; James 5. 16; i Pe. 2. 9.
34.As much, as many, 6<ros hosos.
Matti3- 44 goeth and selleth all that he hath, and bu.
13. 46 went and sold all that he had,and bought
18. 25 his wife and children, and all that he hau
Mark 1 2. 44 she of her want did cast in all that she
Luke 4. 40 they that had any sick with divers disea.
1 8. 12 I fast. .1 give tithes of all that I possess
18. 22 sell all that thou hast, and distribute un.
John 10. 41 all things that John spake of this man we.
16. 15 All things that the Father hath are mine
35. Any one who, fiims hostis.
Matt. 2. 6 a governor, that shall rule my people Is.
18. 28 took (him).. saying, Pay me [that] thou owe.
27. 62 the next day, that followed the day of tlie
Luke 7. 39 what manner of woman (this is) that ton.
John 8. 25 (the same) that I said unto you from the
Rom. 6. 2 How shall we, that are dead to sin, live
Rev. 1.12! turned to see the voice that spake with
17. 8 when they behold the beast [that] was.auJ
36. When, orav hotan.
Marki4. 25 day that I drink it new in the kingdom
37. When, ST hote.
Mark 6. 21 when a convenient day was come, that H.
^.Because, that, on hoti.
Matt. 2. 16 Herod, when he saw that he was mocked
2. 22 when he heard that Arehelaus did reign
See also 3. 9; 4. 12; 5. 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 32, 33,
38. 43 ; 6. 29, 32; 8. n, 27; 9. 6, 28; 10. 34; ii. 14; 12.
6, 36; 13. 17; 15. 12, 17; 16. ii, 12, i8, 2o; 17. 10, 12, 13;
18. 10, 19; 19. 4, 23, 28; 20. 10. 25, 30; 21. 31, 45; 22. l6,
34; 23. 31; 24. 32, 33, 43, 47; 25. 24, 26; 26. 2, 21, 34,53,
54; 27. 3, 18, 24, 63; 28. s, 7.
Mark 2. i, 8, 10, 16; 4. 38, 41 ; 5. 29; 6. [a], 14, 15, 15;
7. 18; 8. 31 ; 9. i, n, 13, 25; 10. 42, 47 ; n. 3, 23, 24,32;
12.12, 14, 26, 28, 34, 35, 43; 13. 28, 29,30; 14.30; 15. 10,39;
16. 4, 7, [n]; Luke i. 22; 2. 49, 49: 3- 8 ; 4- 41 5- 24; 6.
[5]; 7. 4, 16, 16, 37, 43; 8. 47. 53; 9- 7. 8, 8, 19; 10. n,
12, 20, 21, 24,40; II. 38; 12. 37, 30, 40, 44, 51; 13. 2, 4;
14. 24; 15. 7; 16. 25; 17- 15; 18. 8, 9, ii, 37; 19- 7. 22,
26, [40]; 20. 19, 21, 37; 21. 3, 20, 30, 31; 22. 37, ?O J 23.
7 ; 24. 21, 39, 44.
John i. 34; 2. 17, 18, 22, 25; 3. 2, 7, 19, 21, 28, 28, 33 ;
4. i, 19, 20, 25, 27, 42, 44, 47, 53; 5. 6, 15, 32, 36, 42, 45 ;
6. 15, 22, 22, 24, 36, 46, 61, 65, 69; 7. 7, 26, 35, 42; 8. 17,
24, 24, 27, 28, 37, 48, 52, 54; 9. 8, 17, 18, 20, 20, 24, 25,
29, 30, 31, 32, 35 ; 10. 38; ii. 6, 13, 15, 20, 22, 24, 27, 31.
40, 41, 42, 42, 50, 56; 12. 6, 9, 12, 16, 34, 50; 13. i, 3, 3,
19, 21, 29, 35 ; 14. io, ii, 20, 22, 31 ; 15. 18; 16. 4, 15, 19,
20, 21, 26, 27, 30, 30; 17. 7. 8, 8, 21, 23, 25 ; 18. 8, 14, 37 ;
19. 4, io, 21, 28, 35 ; 20. 9, 14, 18, 31 ; 21. 4, 7, 12, 15, 16,
17. 23, 24.
Acts 2. 29, 30, 31, 36; 3. io, 17; 4. 10, 13, 13, 16; 5. 9,
41 ; 6. 14 ; 7. 6; 8. 14, 18; 9. 20, 22, 26, 27, 38; 10. 34,
42; n. i; 12.9, ii ; 13- 38; M- 9. 22; 15. 5,24; 16. 3,
io, 19, 38; 17. 3, 3, 13 J "9- 25, 26, 26, 34 ; 20. 23, 23, 25,
26, 29, 31, 34, 38; 21. 21, 22, 24, 29, 31; 22. 2, 19, 29; 23 .
5. 6, 22, 27, 34; 24. it, 14. 26 , 26. 5, 27; 27. io, 25; 28.
1, 22, 28.
Rom. i. 8, 13, 32; 2. 2, 3, 4; 3. 2, 19; 4. [9,] 21, 23; 5. 3;
6. 3, 6, 8, 9, 16, 17; 7. 14, 16, 18, 21; 8. 16, 18, 22, 28, 38; 9.
2, 30; io. 2, 5, 9, 9; ii. 25; 13. n; 14. 14; 15. 14, 29; i Co.
i. 5, ii, 12, 14, 15; 3. 16, 20; 4. [9]; 5. 6; 6. 2, 3, 9, 15, 16,
19; 7. 26; 8. i, 4, 4; 9. io, 13, 24; io. [19,] 20; it. 2, 3, 14,
17, 23; 12. 2, 3; 14. 23, 25, 37; 15. 4, 4, 5, 12, 12, 15, 27, co.
THAT 971 THEE
58; 16. 15; 2 Co. i. 7, 8, [10], 12, 14, 23; 2. 3; 3. 5; 4. 14; Si,
6, 14, 19; 7. 3, 8, 9, 9, 16; 8. 9; 9. 2; 10. 7, n; u. 31; 12.
13. 19; 13. 2, 6, 6; Gal. i. 6, n, 23; 2. 7, 14, 16; 3. 7, 8, n;
4. 15, 22; 5. 2, 3, 10, ai; Eph. 2. n, 12; 4. 9; 5. 5; 6. 8, 9;
Phil. 1.6, 12, 17, 19, 20, 25, 27:2. ii, 16, 22,24, 26; 4. 10,11,
15; Col. 3. 24; 4. i, 13; i Th. 2. 1:3. 3, 4. 6; 4- M. Si 5- 2;
2 Th. 2. 2, 4, 5; 3. 4, 10; i Ti. i. 8, 9, 15; 4- ! 2 " 5. ",
15; 2. 23; 3. i, 15; Tit. 3. n; fhm. 21, 22.
Heb. 2. 6, 6; 3. 19; 7. 8, 14; n. 6, 13, 14. 18, 19; Jas. i.
3, 7; 2. 19, 20; 3. i; 4- 4. ?! 5- " 2 : Pe- I2 2 - 3; 3- 9 .
2 Pe. i. 14, 20; 3. 3, 5, 8; i Jo. i. 5, 6, 8, 10; 2. 3, 5, 18, 18,
10, 21, 22, 29, 29; 3. 2, 5, 14, 15, 19, 24; 4. 3, 10, 10, 13,
[14], 15; 5. i, 2, 5, ii, 13, 14. 15. J 5. 18, 19. 2 ; 2 J- 4;
3 Jo. 12; Rev. 2. 6, 23; 3. i, i, 9, 15. I?! I0- 6 ; I2 - I2> *3-
39.ZW.ttmJ, <o <Ae mtoirf that, irpos r6 pros to.
2 Co. 3. 13 veil, .that the children of Israel could not
Eph. 6. 1 1 that ye may be able to stand against the
2 Th. 3. 8 that we might not be chargeable to any
Jas. 3. 3 we put bits in the horses mouths, [that]
4QJfuu; irws pos.
Eph. 5. 15 See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as
tl.Thest things, ravra tauta.
Marki6. 12 After that he appeared in another form
Luke 1 2. 4 and after that have no more that they
Acts 7. 7 after t. shall they come, 13. 20; i Co. 6. 8.
Kev. 15. 5 after that I looked, and, behold, the temple
20. 3 after that he must be loosed a little season
42.7rt these, ravrais tautais.
Luke23- 7 who himself also was at Jerusalem at that
43. To that, ravry taute.
Lukei3. 32 tell that fox, Behold, I cast outdevils, and
17. 34 that night there shall be two (men) in one
Acts 1 6. 12 we were in that city abiding certain days
41. That, ravrriv tauten.
Luke 23. 48 the people that came together to that si.
45. This, that, rovro touto.
Mark 13.11 that speak ye ; for it is not ye .. but the H.
Luke 9. 21 and commanded, .to tell no man that thi.
John 3. [32]; 4. 18; ii. 7, n; 14- 13; Rom. i. 12; 7.
[15], 15, 16, io, 20; 10. 6, 7, 8; 13. ii; i Co. 6. 6; Gal. 6. 7;
Eph. 2. 8; Phil. i. 28; i Ti. 5. 4; Phm. 18; Heb. 13. 17.
46. This, that, rovrov touton.
John 19. 8 When Pilate therefore heard that saying
19. 13 When Pilate therefore heard that saying
Acts 2. 36 God hath made that same Jesus, whom ye
2 Th. 3. 14 note that man, and have no company wi.
47. Of this, of that, rovrav toutou.
John 6. 66 From that (time) many of his disciples
16. 19 Do ye enquire among yourselves of that I
Rom ii. 7 Israel hath not obtained that which he se.
43. As, so that, ws hos.
Acts 28. 19 not that I had ought to 17. 22; Lu. 16: i.
Rom. i. 9 that without ceasing I make mention of
2 Ti. i. 3 that without ceasing I have remembrance
49. So that, as also, Sxrre haste.
John. 3. 16 God so loved the world, that he gave his
Acts 14. i thatagreatmultitudebothoftheJewsand
15. 39 that they departed asunder one from the
TTom. 7. 6 that we should serve in newness of spirit
i Co. 5. i that one...his father s wife, i Pe. i. 21.
50. From which, a.<j> $5 apti lies, Acts 20. 18.
{See also According to, after, all, as, because, before,
but, except, for, he, how, in, oh, oh that, side, so, way.]
THAT, after
Thus, ourus houtos.
1 Co. 7. 7 one after this, .and another after that
THAT ever
As much, as many, offos hosos.
John 4. 29 which told me all things [that ever] I did
4. 39 which testified, He told me [all that] ever
10. 8 All that ever came before me are thieves
fHAT have
I. There is, B" yesh.
Isa. 43. 8 Bring forth the blind people that have eyes
2. To them, isS la-mo.
Isa. 43. 8 Bring forth, .the deaf that have ears
THAT he ... again
With, pera met .i.
Luke. 9. 39 it teareth him that he foameth again, and
THAT if
//, ;rr hen.
Ezra 4. 13 Be it known, .that if this city be builded
4. 16 if this city be builded (again), and the wa.
THAT is
1 . To say, icx amar.
2 Sa. 3. 13 one thing I require of thee, that Is, Thou
2. That is, rovr tffri tout esti.
Acts 19. 4 believe on him. .that is, on Christ Jesus
Tlom. 7. 18 I know that in me that is, in my flesh, dw.
9. 8 That is, They which are the children of
io. 6 Who shall ascend into heaven? that is, to
io. 7 Who shall descend into the deep? that is
10. 8 that is, the word of faith, which we prea.
Phm. 12 therefore receive him that is mine own
Heb. 2. 14 him that had the power of death, that is
7. 5 that is, of their brethren, though they co.
11. 16 they desire a better (country), that is, an
13. 15 that is, the fruit of (our) lips giving tha.
i Pe. 3. 20 wherein few, that is, eight souls were sa
THAT is to say
1. Which is, o tan ho esti.
Mark 7. n (It is) Corban.that is to say, a gift, by wh.
2. That 75, rovr terri tout esti.
Matt 27. 46 Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say
Mark 7. 2 defiled, that is to say, with unwashen ha.
Acts 1.19 Aceldama, that is to say, The field of blood
Heb. 9. 1 1 not made with hands, that is to say, not
10. 20 through the veil, that is to say, his flesh
THAT... it
He, it, Kin hu.
Gen. 2. ii that (is) it which compasseth the whole
THAT manner, on
Thus, n33 be-koh.
i Ki.22. 20 one said on this, .another, .on that man.
THAT... no or not, none, no one
I.//, ON im.
Gen. 14. 23 That I will not (take) from a thread even to
14. 23 that I will not take anything that(is)th.
i Sa. 24. 21 that thou wilt not cut off my seed after
Z.Not, ^ bal.
Isa. 14. 21 that they do not rise, nor possess the land
n order not, 8737 le-Ulti.
Gen. 3.11! commanded . . that thou shouldest not e.?
Exod. 8. 22 the land, .that no swarms, .shall be there
4. Lest, ]9 pen.
Gen. 24. 6 Beware thou that thou bring notmy son th.
5.1n order not, so as not, "va /j.rj hina me.
Matt. 7. i Judge not, that ye be not judged
26. 41 Watch and pray, that ye enter not into te.
John 3.15, 16 That whosoever believeth.. should not
4. 15 Sir, give me this water, that I thirst not
6. 50 that a man may eat thereof, and not die
7. 23 that the law of Moses should not be broken
11. 37 that even this man should not havedied?
12. 46 that whosoever believeth. .should not ab.
16. i These., have I spoken, .that ye should not
18. 36 that I should not be delivered to the Jews
Acts 4. 17 that it spread no further among the peo.
24. 4 that I be not further tedious unto theo
1 Co. 2. 5 That your faith should not stand in the
4. 6 that ye might learn, .that no one of you
7. 5 that Satan tempt you not for your incou.
ii. 32 that we should not be condemned with
11. 34 that ye come not together unto condem.
12. 25 That there should be no schism in the bo.
1 6. 2 that there be no gatherings when I come
2 Co. i. 9 that we should not trust in ourselves.but
2. 5 in part ; that I may not overcharge you
6. 3 Giving no offence, .that the ministry be
9. 4 we that we say not ye should be ashamed
10. 9 That I may not seem as if I would terrify
i Til. 4. 13 that ye sorrow not, even as others which
i Ti. 6. i that the name of God . .be not blasphemed
Titus 2. 5 that the word of God be not blasphemed
3. 14 good works, .that they be not unfruitful
T lmi. 14 that thy benefit should not be as it were
Heb. 6. 12 That ye be not slothful, but followers of
1 1. 40 that they without us should not be made
1 Jo. 2. i these, .write I unto you, that ye sin not
2 John 8 that we lose not those things which we
Rev. 7. i that the wind should not blow on the ea.
ii. 6 that it rain not in the days of their prop.
1 8. 4 Come out. .that ye be not partakers of
1 8. 4 and that ye receive not of her plagues
20. 3 that he should deceive the nations no more
6.JV0, not, firj me.
MattiS. io Take heed that ye despise notone 24. 6.
Mark 5. 7 I adjure thee. .that thou torment me not
Luke2i. 8 Take heed that ye be not deceived : for
Gal. 5. 15 take heed that ye be not consumed one
2 Ti. 4. 16 (I pray God) that it may not He. 1-2. 25.
7. Vo* any, p-firis, Mt. 24. 4; 2 Cf>. 8. 2O; I Th. 5. 15.
THAT same
That, that very, he, she, it, tKf~ivos ekeinos.
Mattio. 19 [it shall be given you in that same hour]
26. 55 In that same hour said Jesus to the mill.
Johnn. 49 Caiaphas,being the high priest that same
1 8. 13 which was the high priest that same year
THAT (thing) which
1. That which, T?B asher.
Gen. 14. 24 Save only that which the young Jos. 24. 5.
18. 17 Shall I hide from Abraham that thing wh.
27. 8 obey my voice according to that which I
ZJfany, e5f ns ei tis, Eph. 4. 29.
S.What, that which, np mah.
Ezra 6. 9 that which they have need of, both young
THAT time
Then, r6re tote.
Matt. 4. 17 From that time Jesus began to preach, and
16. 21 From that time forth began Jesus to show
26. 16 from that time he sought opportunity to
Lukei6. 16 since that time the kingdom of God is pr.
THAT, (to tl-is end)
Toward, to the intent, irpos pros.
LukeiS. i spake a parable., (to this end), that men
THAT very
That, that very, he, she, it, fttelvos ekeinos.
is. 28 daughter was made whole from that very
17. 18 and the child was cured from that very
THAT wherein
That which, ~>tp^
asher.
Eccl. 3. 9 he that worketh in t.iat wherein ha L-.bo.
THAT (which) one has
Possessions, substance, property, viroip^ovra hupa.
Mattig. 21 sell that thou hast, and give to the poor
Luke 12 33 Sell that ye have, and give 12.44; H- 33-
THAT then was & rare ho tote, 2 Pe. 3. 6.
THAT THK way 81 ^KtivTjs di ekeines, Luke 19. 4.
1. These, ] Ws illen.
Dan. 6. 2 that the princes might give accounts unto
2. These, ravra. tauta.
Gal. 2. 18 if I build again the things which I destr
5. 17 so that ye cannot do the things that ye
3. This, ravrriv tauten.
Luke24. 21 to day is the third day since these things
THE same
These, ovroi houtoi.
Luke2o. 47 the same shall receive greater damnation
Johni2. 21 The same came therefore to Philip, which
Gal. 3. 7 Know ye therefore, .the same are the ch.
THE space of (for)
Over, above, up to, for, tiri (ace.) epi.
Acts 19. 8 spake boldly for the space of three mon.
19. io this continued by the space of two years
19. 34 about the space of two hours cried out
THEATRE
A public show or spectacle, Oearpov theatron.
Acts 19. 29 they rushed with one accord into the thea.
19. 31 would not adventure himself into the th.
THE -BEZ, pan seen afar.
A city in Ephraim, four hours N. of Shechem and thir
teen miles S. W. of Beth-shean, now called Tubaz, where
Abimelech was killed by a woman. B.C. 1236.
Judg. 9. 50 went, .to T., and encamped against T. and
2 Sa. ii. 21 millstone upon him. .that he died in T?
THEE, (as for)
I.Thou, PJN ant [V.L. nn:.s].
Dan. 2. 29 As for thee, king, thy thoughts came
2. Thy hand, ?n;, TI; [yad].
i Sa. io. 7 do as occasion serve thee ; for God (is)
16. 2 Take an heifer with thee, and say, I am
Jer. 38. io Take from hence thirty men with thee
Eze. 27. 21 they occupied with thee in lambs, and r.
3. With thee, "^ ievath-ak.
Ezra 4. 12 the jews which came up from thee to ua
4./w thine eyes, TJ H?, 1TH5 [ay^l
Gen. 1 6. 6 Abram said . . do to her as it pleaseth theo
20. 15 Abimelech said, .dwell where it pleaseth t
Josli. 9. 25 as it seemeth good and right unto thee to
Judg io. 15 do. .whatsoever seemeth good unto thee
1 Sa. i. 23 Do what seemeth thee good ; tarry until
14. 36 said, Do whatsoever seemeth good untot.
14. 40 people said. .Do what seemeth good untot.
24. 4 do to him as it shall seem good unto thee
2 Sa. 19. 6 all we had died . .it had pleased thee well
19. 37 do to him what shall seem good unto thee
19. 38 that which shall seem good unto thee
i Ki.2i. 2 if it seem good to thee, I will give., money
Esth. 3. ii do with them as it seemeth good to thee
Jer. 40. 4 If it seem good unto thee to come with
40. 4 if it seem ill unto thee to come with me
4c. 4 whither it seemeth good . . for thee to go
40. 5 wheresoever it seemeth convenient unto
S.Thyface, ?n? panim.
Gen. 19. 21 I have accepted thee concerning this thing
Deut. 7. 23 God shall deliver them unto thee, and sh.
i Sa. 29. 8 so long as I have been with thee unto this
i Ki. 2. 17 Solomon the king, .will not say thee nay
2. 20 Ask on, mymother; for I will not say thee
Job ii. 19 lie down., many shall mako suit unto thee
Q.Her, avrr,v auten.
Matt23. 37 and stonest them which are sent unto thee
Lukei3. 34 aud stonest them that are sent unto thee
7. Thee, at se.
Matt. 4. 6 in (their) hands they shall bear thee up
S 25 lest at any time the adversary deliver thee
5 25 the judge deliver [thee] to the officer, and
5 29 if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out
c 30 if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off
5 39 whosoever shall smite thee on thy right
5 . 4 i whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile
5. 42 Give to him that asketh thee, and ! rom
See also 9. 22 ; 14. 28 ; 18. 8, 9, [15], 33 ; 20. 13 ; 25. 21,
23, 24, 37, 38, 39, 39, 441 26. 35, 63, 68, 73; Mark i. 24;
3- 32; 5- 7. i9f 3 1 34; 9- J 7. 43. 45. 47 ! IO- 4&. 5 2 ! 4-
31; Luke i. 19, 35: 2 - 48; 4- io ". 34".
6- 29- 3: 7- 7,
20, 50; s. 20, 45, 48 ; " 2 7. 36; i 2- 58, 58. ss ; 13- 31 ;
14. 9, io, 12, 18, 19; 16. 27; 17. [3], 4, [4], 19; :S- 42 : 19-
21 "2, 43, 43, 43, 44 ; 22. 64 ; John i. 48, 48, 50 ; 7. 20 ; 8.
[10, n]; io. 33; n. 8, 28; 13. 8; 16. 30; 17. i, 3, 4. ii,
13, 25, 25 ; 18. 26, 35 ; 19. io, io; 21. 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22,
23.
Acts 5. 9; 7. 27, 34, 35; 9. 34; io- i9, 22. 33! * i- J 4 .
13. ii, 33, 47 ; 18. io ; 21. 37 ; 22. 14, 19, 21 ; 23. 3, 18, 20,
30; 24. 4, [8], 2 5 ; 2 - 3. 16, 17. 17, 24 ; Ro "- 2 - 4-?; : 4-
17 ; 9. 17 ; n. 18, 22 ; 15. 3 ; i Co. 4. 7 ; 8. [10] ; Pbu. 4 .
V; ill. 1.3, i3; 3. 14; 2 Ti. i. 4, 6; 3. 15; 4-21; Titus
i 5 ; 3 . 12, 15; Phm. io, 18, 23; Heb. i. 5, 8 ; 2. 12; 5.
5 ; 6. 14, 14 ; 13- S, 5 , 2 Jo. 5, 13 I 3 J- M. M I Kev- 3.
[3], 3, 9, io, 16; 15. [4].
THEFT 972 THEN
8. Of thyself, at avrov seautou.
2 Ti. 4. ii Take Mark, and bring him with thee : for
9. To tiiee, ffot soi.
Matt 2 13 be thou there until I bring thee word: for
4 a All these things will I give thee, if thou
e 26 Verily I say unto thee, Thou shalt by no
c 20 TO it is profitable for thee that one of thy
s 40 if any man will sue thee at the law, and
6. 4 thy Father, .himself shall reward thee op.
6 6 and thy Father . . shall reward thee openly
6 1 3 and thy Father . . shall reward thee openly
6 23 If therefore the light that is in thee be
8 13 as thou hast believed..be it done unto thee
8. IQ I will follow thee whithersoever thou go.
8. 29 What havewe to do with thee, Jesus, thou
Q. 2 be of good cheer, thy sins be forgiven [th. ]
9. 5 to say, (Thy) sins be forgiven [thee] ; or to
See also ii. 21, 21, 23, 24,25; 12. 47; 14. 4; 5- 28; 16.
17, 18, 19, 22, 22; 17. 4; 18. 8, 9, 17, 22, [26], 29; 18. 32;
10. 27; 20. 14; 21. 5, 23; 25. 44; 26. 17, 33, 34, 35J 31ark
i. 24 ; 2. [5, 9], ii ; 5- 7. 19. 4i I 6- l8 > 22 - 2 3 ; 9- 5. 25. 43,
45, 47 ; 10. 28, 51 ; ii. 28 ; 14. 30, 31, 36; Luke i. 3, 13,
19, 35 ; 3. 22 ; 4. 6, 34 ; 5. 20, 23, 24 ; 7. 14, 40, 47 ; 8. 28,
39 . 9- 33, 57, 6l 5 I0- J
3>
J
3>
2I > 35! " 7, 35 i I2- 59 < M-
9, 10, 10, 12, 14, 15, 29 ; 18. ii, 28, 41 ; 19. 43, 44, 44 , 20.
2; 22. ii, 34; 23.43; John i. 50; 2. 4; 3. 3, 5, 7, " * 4-
10, 10, 26 ; 5. 10, 12, 14 ; 6. 30 ; 9. 26 ; n. 22, 40, 41 ; 13.
37, 38; 17- 5- 21 , 8- 3, 34; 19- ".
" , 21. 3, * 8.
Acts 3. 6; 7. 3; 8. 20, 22 ; 9. 5, 6, 17 ; 10. [6], 32, 33;
16. 18; 18. 10; 21. 23 ; 22. 10, 10; 23. 18 ; 24. 14 ; 26. 14,
16, 16; 27. 24; Rom. 9. 17 ; 13. 4; 15. 9; 2 Co. 6. 2; 12.
9 ; Gal. 3. 8; Eph. 5. 14; 6. 3; i Ti. i. 18; 3. 14; 4- 14,
14; 6. 13 ; 2 Ti. i. 5, 5, 6; 2. 7; Titus i. 5; Phm. 8, n,
11, 16, 19, 21 ; Heb. 8. 5; Jas. 2. 18; 2 Jo. 5 ; 3 Jo. 12, 14;
.rude 9 ; Rev. 2. 5, 10, 16 ; 3. 18; 4. i ; ii. 17 ; M- 15!
17. I, 7 , l8. 22, 22, 22, 23, 23; 21. 9.
10. Of thee, thy, thine, o-ov sou.
Matt. 2. 6 out of thee shall come a governor, that sh.
3. 14 I have need to be baptized of thee, and
4. 6 shall give his angels charge concerning t.
See also 5. 23, 29, 30, 42; 6. 2; ii. 10; 12. 38; 17. 27; 18.
Q, 5, J
5> *6; 21. 19; 26. 62; 27. 13; Mark i [2]; n. 14; 14.
60; 15. 4; Luke i. 28, [35]; 4. 10; 7. 27; 8. 28; 9. 38; 12.
20; 15. 18; 16. 2; 22. 33; John 3. 26; 9. 37; 17. 7, 8; Acts
8. 34; 10. 22; 17. 32; 18. 10; 21. 21, 24, 39; 23. 21, 30, 35;
24. 2, 19; 25. 26; 26. 2, [3]; 27. 24; 28. 21, 21, 22; Rom. 10.
8; ii. 21; i Co. 12. 21; 2 Co. 6. 2; i Ti. 4. 16; 6. [21]; 2
Ti. i. 3; Titus 2. 15; Phm. 4, 7, 20; 3 Jo. 3; Rev. 2. 4, &c.
THEFT
1. Theft, thing stolen, n3j? genebah.
Exod22. 3 nothing, then he shall be sold for his th.
22. 4 If the theft bj certainly found in his hand
1.A theft, K\ffj.fJ.a klemma.
Rev. 9. 21 Neither repented they, .of their thefts
3. A tllfft, KA.OTTTJ /elope.
Matt 15. 19 fornications, thefts, false witness, blasp.
Mark 7. 22 Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit
THEIR, THEIRS
I.They, cri hem.
Isa. 30. 7 concerning this, Their strength (is) to sit
V.They, njn henah.
Lev. 1 8. 10 not uncover: for theirs (is) thine own na.
S.He, they, avrSs autos, avrol autoi.
Matt. 5. 3 Blessed (are) the poor in spirit : for theirs
5. 10 Blessed, .for theirs is the kingdom of he.
Marki2. 44 For all (they) did cast in of their abund.
1 Pe. 4. 14 on their part he is evil spoken of, but on
4. Of self, selves, avrov hautou.
Matt. 2. ii when they had opened their treasures, th.
3. 6 were baptized of him . . confessing their
4. 21 mending their nets ; and he called them
4. 22 immediately left the ship and their father
6. 2, 5, 16 I say unto you, They have their re.
6. 16 disfigure their faces, that they may app.
7. 6 lest they trample them under their feet
10. 17 they will scourge you in their synagogues
Seealsou. 16; 13. 15, 43; 15. 2, 8,27; 17. 6,8; 18. 31; 21. 7;
21. 16; 23. 4, 5, 5, 5 ; 25. i, 4, 7; 27. 39; Mark i. 18, 20;
2. 6; ii. 7, 8 ; 14. 46; 15. 29; Luke i. 66; 2. 8; 3. 15; 5.
15; 6. 17; 19. 36; 21. i, 12 ; John 15. 22; Acts 5. 18; 7.
9, 39, 57, 58; 13- 5- Si , 4- ">
J 4i 5- 26; 16. 19; 19.
18 ; 22. 22 ; 28. 27 ; Rom. i. 21, 27, 27 ; 2. 15; 3. 13 ; Eph.
4. 17; i Th. 2. 16; Heb. 7. 5; n. 35; 2 Pe. 3. 3, 16; Rev.
2. 22 ; 3. 4 , 4. 4, 10; 6. 14 ; 7. n, 14; 9. 4, 20, 21, 21, 21,
21 ; ii. 7, ii, 16, 16; 12. ii, ii ; 14. i, 2, 13; 16. 10, u, n,
ii ; 17. 17; 18. 19 ; 20. 4, 4; 21. 24.
5. That, that very, he, she, it, tufivos ekeinos.
2 Co. 8. 14 for their want, that their abundance also
2 Ti. 3. 9 for their folly shall be manifest unto all
6. Of self, selves, tavrov heautmi.
Matt. 8. 22 Follow me ; and let the dead bury their
21. 8 very great multitude spread their garm.
25. 3 They that (were) foolish took [tneir] lamps
Luke 9. 60 Let the dead bury their dead : but go thou
12. 36 likeuntomen that wait for their lord, wh.
16. 8 children of this world are in their gener.
19. 35 they cast their garments upon the colt, and
22. 66 came together, and led him into their co.
23. 48 beholding, .smote their breasts, and ret.
Eph. 5. 28 So ought men to love their wives.. He that
i Pe. 4. 19 commit the keepingof their souls (to him
Jude 6 the angels which kept not theirflrst estate
Rev. 10. 3 cried, seven thunders uttered their voices
10. 4 the seven thunders had uttered their vo.
17. 13 give their power and strength unto the be.
7. Ones orni, proper, peculiar, fSios idios.
i Co. 14. 35 let them ask their husbands at home : for
1 Ti. 4. 2 having their conscience seared with a hot
8.0/ them, rovrtav (gen.) touton.
Rom.ii. 30 now obtained mercy through their unbe.
THEIR own (selves)
1.Of self, selves, avrov hautou.
Mark 8. 3 send them away fasting to their own ho.
2 Pe. 2. 12 shall utterly perish in their own corrupt.
2. 13 sporting themselves with their own dece.
2. Of ownsclf, selves, e avrov heauton.
John2o. 10 disciples went away again unto their own
Rom. 16. 4 Who have formy life laid down their own
16. 18 serve not our Lord, .but their own belly
2 Co. 8. 5 but first gave their own selves to the Lord
Eph. 5. 28 to love, .wives as their own bodies. Heth.
Phil. 2. 21 For all seek their own, not the things wh.
2 Th. 3. 12 with quietness they work, and eat their o.
Jude 13 foaming out their own shame ; wandering
18 should walk after their own ungodly lusts
3. One s own, proiw.r, peculiar, 5f8tor idios.
Acts 4. 23 went to their own company, and reported
Rom 10. 3 going about to establish their own right.
ii. 24 be graffed into their own olive tree
Eph. 5. 24 wives (be) to their own husbands in every
i Th. 2. 15 killed the Lord Jesus and their own pro.
1 Ti. 3. 12 ruling their children and their own liou.
6. i count their own masters worthy of all ho.
2 Ti. 4. 3 but after their own lusts shall they heap
Titus 2. 5 good, obedient to their own husbands, th.
2. 9 servants to be obedient unto their own
1 Pe. 3. 5 being in subjection unto their own bus.
Jude 6 but left their own habitation, he hath re.
THE-LAS -AR, TE-LAS -SAR, -rx^i, ^p.
A city and district in Mesopotamia, inhabited by the
children of Eden, and once subject to Assyria; perhaps
Theleda or Thelesa, S.E. of Racca near Palmyra; or in
Artemita in S. Assyria, N. of Babylonia; others say Resen,
now called Kalah Shergat.
2 Ki.ig. 12 the children of Eden which (were^
in T. :
Isa. 37. 12 the children of Eden which (were) in T. ?
THEM
1. These, nVx eleh.
Eze. 4. 6 when thou hast accomplished them, lie
2. They, p, innin [v.i.. p:x].
Dan. 6. 24 cast, .them, their children, and their wi.
3. They, they themselves, Dn hem.
Gen. 14. 24 Eshcol, and Mamre; let them take their
4. They, they themselves, nan famah.
Judg 10. 14 let them deliver you in the time of your
5. They, they themselves, fieri,
ian himo, himmon.
Ezra 4. 23 and made them to cease by force and po.
5. 5 that they could not cause them to cease
5. 12 he gave them into the hand of Nebucha.
5 . 14 brought them into the temple of Babylon
5. 15 carry them into the temple that (is) in J.
7. 17 offer them upon the altar of the house of
Dan. 2. 34 iron and clay, and brake them to pieces
2. 35 the wind carried them away, that no pi.
6./M their eyes, D.T} X? \.nyin\.
Josh 22. 30 when, .the princes, .heard, .it pleased th.
7 .Their face, orvi? [panim],
Gen. 6. 13 earth is filled with violence through them
8. To them, avrols autois.
Matt. 3. 7 said unto them, generation of vipers
9. Of self, selves, avrov hautou.
Mark 9. 16 he asked. .What question ye with them?
Acts 13. 42 might be preached to them the next sal).
20. 30 things, to draw away disciples after them
Rev. 7. 14 made them white in the blood of the La.
9.11 they ha.d a king over them, (which is) the
10. That, that very ; he, she, it, etcftvos ekeinos.
Matt 13. ii given unto you. .but to them it is not gi.
20. 4 said unto them, Go ye also into the vine.
Mark 4. n but unto them that are without, all (th.)
16. 13 [the residue: neither believed they them]
Luke 8. 32 suffer, .to enter into them. And he surf.
Johmo. 16 them also I must bring, and they shall
10. 35 If he called them gods unto whom the
Acts 18. 19 he came to Ephesus, and left them there
i Co. 10. ii Now all these things happened unto them
Heb. 4. 2 word preached did not profit them, not
6. 7 bringeth forth herbs meet for them by wh.
ll.Of ownself, selves, eavrov heantoit.
Matt 15. 30 having with them (those that were) lame
25. 3 took their lamps, and took no oil with th.
27. 35 They parted my garments among them
Mark 2. 19 as they have the bridegroom with them
8. 14 neither had they in the ship with them
John 19. 24 Theypartedmyraimentamongthem.and
Acts 21. 23 have four men which have a vow on them
Rev. 4. 8 four beasts had each of them six wings
12. And these, Kouct tvoi kaktinoi.
Heb. 4. 2 For unto us. .as well as unto them : but
13. These, ravra tauta.
i Co. 6. 13 shall destroy both it and them, Ro. 10. 4.
14. In these, ravrais taiitais.
Luke 1 3. 1 4 [in them] therefore come and be healed, and
15. In these, 4v TOUTOIS en toutois.
i Ti. 4. 15 srive thyself wholly to them ; that thy pr.
1 6. Thesc, rovrnvs toutous.
Rom 8. 30 them he also called . . them he, Acts 21. 24
8. 30 whom he justified, them he also glorified
i Co. 6. 4 set them to judge who are least esteemed.
16. 3 them will I send to bring your liberality
Heb. 2. 15 deliver them who through fear of death
THEMSELVES -
I.They, they th-mselves, en hem.
Exod 18. 26 every small matter they judged themselv.
2. His hands, i"v [yad~].
Eze. 43. 26 and they shall consecrate themselves
3. Them,, themselves, C,, C , <tr.,;i suff. of various forms.
i Ki. 3 47 if they shall iiethink themselves in the la.
i. Their face, Dn 39 [panim],
Eze. 6. 9 they shall loathe themselves for the evila
5. Their soul, C??J [nephesh],
Esth. 9.31 as they had decreed for themselves, and
Isa. 47.14 they shall not deliver themselves from
Q.Of self, selves, avrov hautou.
Mark i. 27 they questioned among themselves, sayi.
Johui?. 13 might have my joy fulfilled in themselves
7. Of oumself, selves, tavrav heautnit.
Matt. 9. 3 certain of the scribes said withinthemse.
14. 15 go into the villages, and buy themselves
16. 7 they reasoned among themselves, saying
19. 12 which have made themselves eunuchs for
21. 25 they reasoned with themselves, saying, If
21. 38 they said among themselves, This is the
.Mark 2. 8, n, 31; 4. 17; 6. 36,51; 9. 3, TO; 10. 26; n. 31;
,42. 7 ; 14. 4 ; 16. 3 ; Luke 7. 30, 49 ; 18. 9; 20. 5, [14], 20;
22. 23; 23. [12]; John. 7. 35; ii. 55; 12. 19; Acts 23. 12,
21; 28. [29]; Rom. i. [24], 27; 2. 14; 13. 2; i Co. 16. 15;
2 Co. 5. 15; 10. 12, 12, 12, 12; Eph. 4. 19 ; Phil 2. 3 ; i Ti.
2. 9 ; 3. 13 ; 6. 10, 19 ; 2 Ti. 4. 3 ; Heb. 6. 6 ; i Pe. i.
12 ; 3. 5; 2 Pe. 2. i ; Jude 12, [19] ; Rev. C. 15 ; 8. [6.]
THEMSELVES, by
Almie, fiovos monos.
Mark 9. 2 an high mountain apart by themselves
Luke 24. 12 beheld the linen clothes laid by themselves
THEN (not,) so
\.Then, png edayin.
Ezra 4. 9 Then (wrote) Rehnm the chancellor, and
4. 24 Then ceased the work of the house of God
5. 2 Then rose up Zerubbabel the son of Shea.
5. 4 Then said we unto them after thismanner
5. 5 then they returned answer by letter cone.
5 . 9 Then asked w&those elders,(and)said unto
5. 16 Then came the same Sheshbazzar, (and)la.
6. i Then Darius the king made a decree, and
6. 13 Then Tatnai, governor on this side then.
Dan. 2. 14, 15, 17, 19, 19, 25, 35, 4$, 48; 3. 3, 13, 13, 10,
21, 24, 26, 26, 30; 4. 7, 19; 5. 3, 6, 8, 9, 13, 17, 24, 29; 6. 3,
4, 5,6, ii, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 23, 25; 7. i, ii, 19.
2. Or, in o.
Eze. 21. 10 should we then make mirth? it contenmeth
3. Then, IX az.
Gen. 12. 6 And the Canaanite (was) then in the land
Exodis. 15 Then the dukes of Edom shall be amazed
Eccl. 2. 15 it happeneth. .to me ; and why was I then
4. Then, ! azai.
Psa. 124. 3 Then they had swallowed us up quick,wh.
124. 4 Then the waters had overwhelmed us, the
124. 5 Then the proud waters had gone over our
5. Also, c? gam.
Jer. 33. 26 Then will I cast away the seed of Jacob
6. That day, cvri hay-yom.
i Sa.22. 15 Did I then begin to enquire of Godforh.T
7. That, because, for, ? ki.
Jer. 8. 22 why then is not the health of the daughter
^.Indeed, in truth, then, therefore, ape. ara.
Matti2. 28 then the kingdom of God is come mit" you
17. 26 Jesus saith unto him, Then are the chil.
Luk<. ... .,_
Acts ii. 1 8 Then hath God also to the Gentiles gran.
Rom. 7. 3 So then if, while (her) husband livetn, she
7. 21 I find then a law, that, when I would do
7 . 25 So then with the mind I myself serve the
9. 1 6 So then (it is) not of him that willeth, nor
10. 17 So then faith (cometh) by hearing, and he.
14. 12 So then every oneof us shall give account
1 Co 5. 10 for then must ye needs go out of the wo.
15 14 if Christ be not risen, then (is) ourpreac.
15 18 Then they also which are fallen asleep in
2 Co. 5. 14 that if one died for all, then were all dead
Gal 2 21 if righteousness (come) by the law, then
3. 29 if ye(be) cllrist>s - tnen nre ve Abraham s
4. 31 So then, brethren, we are not children of
5! ii why do I yet suffer, .then is the offence
Heb.i2. 8 without chastisement, .then are ye bast.
9. For, yap gar.
Phil. i. 18 What then? notwithstanding, every way
10. But, note, then, 8 de.
Acts 12. 3 Then were the days of unleavened bread
i Co. 1 5. 13 if there be no resurrection . .then is Christ
15. 16 if the dead rise not, then is not Christ ra.
Gal. 5. 16 I say then, Walk in the spirit, and ye
11. If then, afterwards, furthermore, tlra eita.
Mark 4.28 first the blade, then the ear, after that the
Luke 8. 12 then cometh the devil, and taketh away
THENCE 973 THEREIN
Johuig. 27 Then saith he to the disciple, Behold thy
20. 27 Then saith he to Thomas, Reach hither thy
i Co.12. 28 after that miracles, then gifts of healings
15. 5 he was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve
is. 7 he was seen of James; then of all the ap.
15. 24 Then (cometh) the end, when he shall ha.
i Ti 213 for Adam was first formed, then Eve
io then let them use the office of a deacon
Jas. 1. 15 Then, when lust hath conceived, it bring.
12.Then, afterwards, fireiTa epcita.
Mark 7 s [Then] the Pharisees and scribes asked him
Luke i<5. 7 Then said he to another, And how much
Johiui 7 Then after that saith he to (his) disciples
Gal i 1 8 Then after three years I went up to Jeru.
2. i Then fourteen years after I went up aga.
i Th. 4. 17; Heb. 7. 27; Jas. 3. 17; 4- H-
13. And, also, Kai kai, Luke 19. 15; Jas. 2. 4.
Ii. Neither, ovSf oude, I Co. 15. 13, 16.
15. As to the rest, henceforth, Xonr&v loipon.
Acts 27. 20 hope that we should be saved was then
16. Therefore, then, not so then, OVKOVV oukoun.
John 1 8. 37 said unto him, Art thou a king thenV Je.
17. Therefore, then, now, ovv oun.
Matt. 7. ii If ye then, being evil, know how to give
12. 12 How much then is a man better than a
12. 26 he is divided, .how shall then his kingd.
13. 27 didst not thou sow good seed, .whence th.
13. 28 Wilt thou then that we go and gatherth.
13- 56 Whence then hath this (man) all these
See also 17. io; 19. 7; 21. 25; 22. 43, 45; 26. 54; 27. 22;
Mark 3. [31]; n. [31]; 15. 12; Luke 3. 7, io; 6. [9]; 7. 31;
io. [37]; ii. 13; 12. 26; 13. [15]; 20. [5,] 17; 22. [36], 70;
John i. 21, [22], 25; 2. 18, 20; 3. 25; 4. 5, 9, n, 28, [30],
45, 48, 52; 5. [4, 12], 19; 6. 5, 14, 21, 28, 30, [32], 34, 41, [42],
53, 67, [68]; 7. [6], ii 25, 28, 30, 33, 35, 45, [47]; 8. 12, 19,
21, 22, 25, 28, 31, [41], 48, 5 2. 57, 59; 9- [ J2]> 5, J 9. 24,
[28]; io. 7, 24, [31]; n. 12, [14], 16, 17, 20, 21, 31, 32, 36,
41, 45. 47. 53, 56; 12. i, 3, 4, 7, 28, 35; 13. 6, 14, [22], 27,
30; 16. 17; 18. 3, 6, 7, io, ii, 12, 16, 17, 19, 27, [28], 29,
[31], 33, 40; 19. 5, [to], 20, 21, 23, 32, 40; 20. 2, 6, io, 19,
20, 21; 21. 5, 9, [13], 23.
Acts 2. 41; 9. 31; io. 23; ii. 17; 17.29; 19. 3, 36522. 29;
23. 31; Rom. 3. i, 9, 27, 31; 4. i, 9, io; 5. 9; 6. i, 15, 21; 7.
7, 13; 8. 31 ; 9. 14, 19, 30; io. 14; ii. i, 5, 7, ii, 19; 14- l6 ;
i Co. 3. 5; 6. 4, iv, 9. 18; io. 19; 14. 15, 26; 2 Co. 3. T2",
Gal. 3. 19, 21; 4. 15; Eph. 5. 15; Col. 3. i; i Th. 4. i; i Ti.
3. 2; Heb. 2. 14; 4. 14; 9. i; i Pe. 4. i; 2 Pe. 3. n.
18. And, also, TS te.
Acts 23. 5 Then said Paul, I wist not, brethren, that
27. 29 Then fearing lest we should have fallen up.
19.Noio truly, therefore, therefore, now, TOLVVV.
Jas. 2. 24 Ye see [then] how that by works a man is
ZQ.Then, TOTH tote.
Matt. 2. 7 Then Herod, when he had privily called
2. 16 Then Herod, when he saw that he was
2. 17 Then was fulfilled that which was spoken
3. 5 Then went out to him Jerusalem, and all
3. 13 Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jor.
3 . 15 Suffer (it to be so). .Then he suffered him
4. i Then was Jesus led up of the spirit into
4. 5 Then the deviltakethhim up into the ho.
4. io Then saith Jesus unto him, Get thee he.
4. ii Then the devil leaveth him; and, behold
See also 5.24; 7. 5, 23; 8. 26; 9. 6, 14, 15, 29, 37; "
20 ; 12. 13, 22, 29, 38, 44, 45 ; 13- 26, 36, 43 ; 15. i, 12, 28 ;
16. 12,20, 24, 27; 17. 13, 19; 18. 21, 32; 19. 13, 27; 20.
20; 21. i ; 22. 8, 13, 15, 21 ; 23. i; 24. 9, io, 14, 16, 21,
23, 30, 30, 40 ; 25. i, 7, 31, 34, 37, 4L 44. 45 , 26. 3, 14,
31, 36, 38, 45, 50, 52, 56, 65, 67, 74; 27. 3, 9, 13, 16, 26,
27, 38, 58; Mark 2. 20; 3. 27; 13. 14, 21, 26, 27; Luke 5.
35; 6.42; 11.26; 13. 26; 14. io, 21 ; 21. 10,20, 21, 27;
23. 30; 24. 45; John 2. [io]; 7. io; 8. 28; n. 14; 12. 16;
19. i, 16; 20. 8; Acts i. 12; 4. 8; 5. 26; 6. n ; 7. 4;
8. 17; io. 46, 48; 13. 12; 15.22; 17. 14; 21. 26, 33; 23.
3; 25. 12; 26. i ; 27. 32 ; 28. i ; Rom. 6. 21 ; i Co. 4. 5 ; 13.
[io], 12, 12; 15. 28, 54; 2 Co. 12. io ; Gal. 4. 8, 29; 6. 4;
Col. 3. 4; i Th. 5. 3; 2 Th. 2. 8; Heb. io. 7, 9; 12. 26;
2 Pe. 3. 6.
THENCE, thenceforth, (from")
l.From there, njn? me-henah.
Jer. 5. 6 every one that goeth out thence shall be
2.There, cy sham.
Gen. ii. 8 scattered them abroad from thence upon
3. From there, C?p mish-sham.
Gen. 26. 17 Isaac departed thence, and pitched his
4. There, crt tarn.
Ezra 6. 6 (therefore), Tatnai . .be ye far from thence
S.Yonder, hereafter, nNVn haleah.
Lev. 22. 27 from the eighth day and thenceforth it
S.From thence., eicelQev ekeithen.
Matt. 5. 26 Thou shalt by no means come out thence
9. 27 when Jesus departed thence, two blind
11. i he departed thence, to teach and to pr.
12. 9 when he was departed thence, he went
13. 53 when Jesus had finished . .he departed th.
14. 13 he departed thence by ship into a desert
15. 21 Then Jesus went thence, and departed
19. 15 laid (his) hands on them, and departed th.
Ma"k i. 19 when he had gone a little farther [thence]
6. ii when ye depart thence, shake off the dus(
9. 30 they departed thence, and passed io. i.
jLuke 9. 4 enter into, there abide, and thence depart
12. 59 thou bhalt not depart thence, till thou
John 4. 43 he departed thence, and went into Gal.
1 1. 54 ; Acts 7.4:14- 26 ; 18. 7 ; 20. 15 ; 21. i ;
27. 4, 12; 28. 15.
7. From this, IK TOVTOV ek toutou, John 19. 12.
8. Whence, o6ev hothen, Acts 28. 13.
9. Yet, still, hitherto, %TI eti.
Matt. 5. 13 it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to
THE-O-PHIL -TJS, 0eo<f>iA.os loved by God.
A nobleman for whose use the Evangelist Luke wrote
his "Gospel" and the "Acts of the Apostles;" an early
convert.
Luke i. 3 to write unto thee in order, .excellent T.
Acts i. i The former treatise have I made, T., of
THERE
1. There, 0^ sham.
Gen. 2. 8 there he put the man whom he had for.
2. There, Di? tarn.
Ezra 5. 17 treasure house, which (is) there at Baby.
6. 12 that hath caused his name to dwell there
3. There, in that place, UVTOV autou.
Acts 15. 34 Notwithstanding itpleased S. toabideth.
18. 19 he came to Ephesus, and left them [there]
21. 4 finding disciples, we tarried there seven
4. There, thither, e/cei ekei.
Matt. 2. 13 be thou there until I bring thee word : for
2. 15 was there until the death of Herod : that
5. 23 there rememberest that thy brother hath
5. 24 Leave there thy gift before the altar, and
6. 21 where your treasure is, there will your he.
8. 12 there shall be weeping and gnashing of
io. 1 1 enquire who in it is worthy ; and there
12. 45 they enter in and dwell there : and the
13. 42, 50 there shall be wailing and gnashing of
13. 58 he did not many mighty works there, be.
14. 23 when the evening was come, he was there
15. 29 went up into a mountain, andsat down th.
1 8. 20 where two or three are . . there am I in the
See also 19. 2521. 17:22. n, 13; 24. 28, 51; 25. 30; 26. 71; 27.
36, 47, 55, i ; 28. 7, io;Mark i. [13], 35, 38:2. 6:3. 1:5. ii;
6. 5, io; n. 5; 13. 21; 14. 15; 16. 7; Luke 2. 6; 6. 6; 8. 32;
9.4; io. 6; ii. 26; 12. 18, 34; 13. 28; 15. 13; 17. 21, 23; 22.
12; 23. 33; John 2. i, 6, 12; 3. 22, 23; 4. 6, 40; 5. 5; 6. 3, 22,
24; 10. 40, 42; ii. 15, 31, 54; 12. 2, 9, 26; 19. 42; Acts 9. 33;
14. 7, [28]; 16. i; 17. 14; 19. 21; 22. io; 25. 9, 14, 20; 27. 6;
Rom. 9. 26; 2 Co 3. [17]; Titus 3. 12; Heb. 7. 8; Jas. 2. 3;
3. 16; 4. 13; Rev. 2. 14; 12. 6; 21. 25; 22. [5].
5. From thence, eiceWev ekeithen.
Acts 20. 13 there intending to take in Paul : for so had
6. Thither, to that very place, e/ceTcre ekeise.
Acts 21. 3 there the ship was to unlade her burden
22. 5 to bring them which were there bound
7. In it, fi> avT-f; en ante.
Luke24. 18 the things which are come to pass therein
Acts 9. 38 disciples . . heard that Peter was th. 20. 22.
8. To lie, be laid, Ketuai keimai, John 21. 9.
Q.Here, evOdtie enthade.
.Acts io. 1 8 and asked whether Simon, .were lodged th.
10. Here, thither, woe Iwde.
Matt 24 23 any man shall say . . here (is) Christ, or t.
i THEREBY
l.In them, therein, jna bahen.
Jer. 51. 43 neither doth (any) son of man pass thereby
2. Through it, Si auTrjr df antes.
Johnn. 4 the Son of man might be glorified thereby
Heb. 12. ii unto them which are exercised thereby
12. 15 trouble (you),and thereby many be defiled
3. Through this, Sia TOVTTJS dia tautSs.
Heb. 13. 2 thereby some have entertained angels un.
4./u it, Iv avT<a en auto.
Eph. 2. 16 the cross, having slain the enmity thereby
i Pe. 2. 2 desire, .the word, that ye may grow ther.
THEREABOUT, thereat
l.Throughit, bi avTris di antes.
Matt. 7. 13 and many there be which go in thereat
2.Concerning this, irepl TOVTOV peri toutou.
Luke24. 4 as they were much perplexed thereabout
THEREFORE , and
l.A Iso, D? gam.
1 Sa. 12. 16 therefore stand and see this great thing
1. Therefore, ^ Vsp"
1
?;! kolqebel di.
Dan. 2. io therefore (there is) no king, lord, nor ru.
3.In this, HNT3 ba-zoth.
2 Ch. 19. 2 therefore (is) wrath upon thee from before
4. That, because, ? ki.
Gen. 29. 32 now therefore my husband will love me
5. Therefore, ]rth lahen.
Dan. 2. 6 therefore show me the dream, and the int.
2. 9 therefore tell me the dream, and I shall
6.Because of this, rny^y aldenah.
Ezra 4. 14 therefore have we sent and certified the
7. Therefore, nri ^P"
1
?? kol qebel denah.
Dan. 3. 7 Therefore at that time, when all the peo.
3. 22 Therefore because the king s commandm.
8. But, except, unless, a\\d alia.
Acts io. 20 Arise therefore, and get thee down, and
2 Co. 8. 7 Therefore, as ye abound in every (thing
I Eph. 5. 24 Therefore as the churchis subject uutoC.
9. Indeed, in truth, then, therefore, ipa, &pa ara.
.Mattig. 27 followed thee; whatshall we havetheref.?
Rum. 8. i (There is) therefore now no condemnation
Gal. 2. 17 (is) [therefore] Christ the minister of BUI?
3. 7 Know ye therefore that they which are of
Eph. 2. 19 therefore ye are no more strangers and
Heb. 4. 9 There remaiueth therefore a rest to the pe.
10 So then, nmo therefore, apa ovv ara oun.
Rom. 5. 1 3 Therefore as by the offence of one (judg.
8. 12 Therefore, brethren, we are debtors, not
9. 18 Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will
14. 19 Let us therefore follow after the things
Gal. 6. io As we have therefore opportunity, let us
i Th. 5. 6 Therefore let us not sleep, as (do) others
2Th. 2. 15 Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold
11. For, yap gar.
Mark 8. 38 Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of
12.Truly, certainly, therefore, oi) de.
1 Co. 6. 20 therefore glorify God in your body, and
13. On account of which, wherefore, 810 dio.
Luke i. 35 therefore also that holy thing which shall
Acts 10. 29 Therefore came I (unto you) without ga.
20. 31 Therefore watch, and remember, that by
Rom. 2. i Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man
4. 22 therefore it was imputed to him for rig.
2 Co. 4. 13 I believed, and therefore have I spoken
4. 13 we also believe, and therefore speak
12. io Therefore I take pleasure in infirmities
Heb. ii. 12 Therefore sprang there even of one 6. i.
14. Wherefore, because, SifJ-rt dioti.
Rom. 3. 20 Therefore by the deeds of the law there
15. Therefore, then, now, ovv oun.
Matt. 3. 8 Bring forth therefore fruits meet for rep.
See also 3. 10; 5. 19, 23, 48; 6. 2, 8, 9, 22, 23, 31, 34; 7.
12, 24; 9. 38; io. 16, 26, 31, 32; 13. 18, 40; 18. 4, 26; 19.
6; 21. 40; 22. 9, 17, 21, 28; 23. 3, 20; 24. 15, 42; 25. 13,
27, 28; 27. 17, 64; 28. [19]; Mark io. 9; 12. [6], 9, 23, 27,
[37] ; 13-35; Luke 3- 8, 9 ; 4- 7 :
. b6] ; 7. 42 ; 3. 18 ; io.
[2], 2, 40; ii. [34], 35, 36; 12. [7], 40; 13.14; 15.- [28]; 16.
ii, 27; 19. 12; 20. 15, 29, 33, 34; 21. [8], 14, [36]; 23. 16,
20, 22; John 2. 22; 3. 29; 4. 1,6, 33; 5. io ; 6. 13, 15, 24,
30, [43, 45], 52, 60; 7. 3, 40; 8. 13, 24, 36; 9. 7, 8, io, 16,
[41]; io. [19, 39]; ii. 3, 6, 33. 38, 54! 12. 9. 7, 19. 21, [29],
50; 13. 24, [31]; 16. 18, 22; 18. 4, 8, 25, [31], 37, 39; 19.
1, [4], G, 8, 13, 16, 24, 24, 26, 30, 31, 38, 42; 20. 3, 25; 21.
6, 7.
Acts i. 6; 2. 30, 33, 36; 3. 19; 8. 4, 22; io. 29, 32, 33,
33; 12. 5; 13. 38, 40; 14. 3; 15- [2], 10, 27; 16. [ii], 36;
17. 12, 17, 20, 23; 19. 32; 20. [28] , 21. 22, 23 , 23. 15; 25.
5, 17; 26. 22; 28. 20, 28; Rom. 2. 21, 26; 3. [28]; 5. i; 6.
4, 12; ii. 22; 12. I, [20]; 13. 7, io, 12; 14. 8, 13; 15. 17,
28; 16. 19; i Co. 5. [7]; 6. 7; 7. 26; 8. 4; io. 31; ii. 20;
14. n, 23; 15. ii ; 16. ii, 18; 2 Co. i. 17; 5. 6, ii ; 7. i ;
9 . 5 ; ii. 15; 12. 9; Gel. 3. 5; 5. [i]; Eph. 4. i, 17; 5. i,
7 ; 6. 14 ; Phil. 2. i, 23, 28, 29 ; 3. 15 ; Col. 2. 6, 16; 3. 5,
12 ; i Ti. 2. i, 8 ; 5. 14 ; 2 Ti. 1.8; 2. i, [3], 21 ; 4. [i] ;
Phm. 17 ; Heb. 4. i, 6, n, 16 ; 7. n 59. 23 ; io. 19, 35 ;
13. 15 ; Jas. 4. 4, 7. i? J 5- 7 I i I"e- = 7 4- 7 . 5- 6 J 2 Pe.
3. 17 ; i Jo. 2. [24] ; 3 Jo. 8 ; Rev. 2. 5 ; 3. 3, 3, 19.
1(5. Therefore truly, wherefore truly, Toiyapovv.
i Th. 4. 8 He therefore that despiseth, despiseth not
17. Therefore nmv, truly now, TO IVVV toinun.
Luke2o. 25 Render therefore unto Cesar the things
i Co 9. 26 I therefore so run, not as uncertainly ; so
Heb. 13. 13 Let us go forth therefore unto him with.
IS.For this, Sia TOVTO dia touto.
Matt.6. 25 Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought
See also 12. 27 ; 13. 13, 52 ; 14. 2; 18. 23 ; 21. 43 ; 23. [14];
24.44; Mark 6. 14; 11.24; Luke n. 19,49; 12.22; 14.
20; Jolm i. 31 ; 5. 16, 18; 6. 65 ; 7. 22 ; 8. 47 ; 9. 23; io.
17; 12. 39; 13. ii ; 15- 19 . 16- 5 . -9- Ij : Acts 2. 26;
Rom. 4. 16 ; 2 Co. 4. i ; 7. 13 ; 13. io ; i ih. 3. 7 ; :
2. 20 ; Phm. 15 ; Heb. i. 9 ; 2. i ;
i Jo. 3. i ; 4. 5 ; Rev.
7. 15 ; 12. 12; 18. 8.
19. With a vieio to this, eis TOVTO eis touto.
Mark i. 38 I may preach there also : for therefore
Luke 4. 43 I must preach, .for [therefore] am I sent
i Ti. 4. io therefore we both labour and sulfer rep.
20. So that, wherefore, SiffTf hoste.
Mark 2. 28 ; Rom. 13. 2; i Co. 3. 21 ; 4. 5 ; 5. 3 ; 15.
58 ; 2 Co. 5. 17 ; Gal. 4. 16 ; Phil. 4. i.
21. Therefore, because, avd Sivanth lion, Luke 12.3.
22. But, Sede, i Co. 7. 8.
23. And, also, Kai kai, 2 Co. S. II.
24. Because of this, oia TOVTO dia touto.
Matt. 6. 25; 12. 27; 13. 13,52; 14.2; 18. 23; 21. 43: 23.
14; 24. 44; Mr. 6. 14 ; ii. 24; 12. 24; Lu. ii. 19, 49, &c.
THEREIN, thereinto
l.In its midst, m.53 [gav],
Ezra 6. 2 and therein (was) a record thus written
2.1n them, jn? ba-hen.
Lev io i put fire therein, and put incense thereon
Numi6 7 put fire therein, and put incense in them
Jer. 4. 29 (be) forsaken, and not a man dwell ther.
48. 9 be desolate, without any to dwell therein
3.1n them, njn? ba-henah.
Lev. 6. 3 all these that a man doeth, sinning therein
i.In its midst, a;np2 [gereb].
Gen. 18. 24 for the fifty righteous that (are) therein?
Judg 1 8. 7 saw the people that (were) therein, how
5. There, cy sham.
Exod4o. 3 thou shalt put therein the ark of the tea.
THEREIN 974 THEY
G.I11 its midst, arn? [tnvek"].
Zech. 2. 4 the multitude; of men and cattle therein
7. ir/^i or in these, TOVTOIS toutois.
a Pe. 2. 20 they are again entangled therein, and ov.
8. In this, fv rovrif! en touto.
1 Co. 7. 24 let every man. .therein abide with God
Phil. i. 18 I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice
9. In it, fv avrrj en aide.
Lukeio. 9 heal the sick that are therein; and sayun.
19. 45 [began tocastout them that sold therein]
Acts i. 20 let no man dwell therein : and, His lush.
14. 15 and the sea, and all things that are ther.
17. 24 that made the world and all things therein
Horn. i. 17 therein is the righteousness of God revea.
6. 2 How shall we. .live any longer therein?
Eph. 6. 20 that therein I may speak boldly, as I ou.
Col. 2. 7 abounding [therein] with thanksgiving
2 Pe. 3. 10 the works that are therein shall be burnt
Rev. i. 3 keep those things which are written ther.
10. 6, 6, 6 and the things that therein are
11. i the altar, and them that worship therein
13. 12 the earth and them which dwell therein
21. 22 I saw no temple therein : for the Lord G.
IQ.Into it, tls avrriv eis auten.
Markio. 15 asa little child, he shall not enter therein
Lukei8. 17 as a little child shall in no wise enter th.
21. 21 let not them that are in. .enter thereinto
Heb. 4. 6 it remaineth that some must enter therein
11. /n which, iv ols en hois.
Heb. 13. 9 them that have been occupied therein
THEREIN, all that is
Its fulness, axVo melo-ah.
Isa. 34. i let the earth hear, and all that is therein
42. 10 that go down to the sea, and all that is th.
Jer. 47. 2 overflow the land, and all that is therein
Eze. 12. 19 may be desolate from all that is therein
30. 12 make the land waste, and all that is the.
Amos 6. 8 deliver up the city, with all that is ther.
Mic. i. 2 hearken, O earth, and all that therein is
THEREOF, thereon, thereout
l.Ort tVrfy [aZ].
Ezra 6. ii being set up, let him be hanged thereon
Z.Fi-om thence, D^p mish-sham,.
Lev. 2. 2 he shall take thereout his handful of the
i Ki.i7. 13 make me thereof a little cake first, and
3. I/I it, tv aiirrj en ante.
Matt 21. 19 he came to it, and found nothing thereon
Mark 1 1. 13 he might find any thing thereon, Lu. 13.6.
4.0ut of it, 4 avrov, Lu. 22. 16; Jo. 4. 12; 6. 50.
5. Upon or above them, tiravw avrwv (or avrov}.
Mattzi. 7 ass. .and they set (him) thereon, 23. 20, 22.
6. Upon it. lir avro ep auto.
John 1 2. 14 when he had found a young ass, sat ther.
Kev. 6. 4 (power) was given to him that sat [thereon]
7. Concerning it, irtpi avrov peri autou.
Matt 12. 36 they shall give account thereof in the d.
THEREUNTO, therewith
1. \Vitha view to this very thing, tls avro TOUTO.
Eph. 6. 18 watching[thereunto]withall perseverance
2. With a view to this, tls rovro cis touto.
i Th. 3. 3 yourselves know that we are appointed t.
i Pe. 3. 9 knowing that ye are thereunto called, th.
3. In it, fv avrrj en ante.
Jas. 3. 9 Tlierewith bless we God. .and therewith
4. Over or with these, (Vi) rovrois (epi) loutois.
i Ti. 6. 8 having food and raiment let us therewith
3 John 10 not content therewith, neithes doth he
THESE (things, matters)
1. These, Sx el.
Gen. 19. 8 unto these men do nothing: for therefore
26. 3 unto thy seed, I will give all these count.
26. 4 will give unto thy seed all these countries
Lev. 18. 27 all these abominations have the men of
Deut. 4. 42 that fleeing unto one of these cities he mi.
19. n smite, .and fleeth unto one of these cities
i Ch.2o. 8 These were born unto the giant in Gath
Ezra 5. 15 Take these vessels, go, carry them into the
2. These, those, n^>x eleh.
Gen. 2. 4 These (are) the generations of the heavens
44. 6 and he spake unto them these same words
Lev. 18. 24 in any of these things ; for in all these the
Jer. 10. n they shall perish, .from under these heav.
3. Thes , those, pVx
Dan. 2. 40 as iron thatbreaketh all these, shallitbre.
2. 44 break in pieces and consume all these ki.
6. 6 these presidents and princes assembled to.
7. 17 These great beasts, which are four, (are)
4. These, those, ^?x illek.
Ezra 4. 2t Give, .commandment to cause these men
6. 8 ye shall do to the elders of these Jews for
6. 8 forthwith expences be given unto these
Dan. 3. 12 these men, O king, have not regarded
3 13 they brought these men before the king
V 21 these men were bound in their coats, their
3. 23 these three men, Shadrach, Meshach, and
3. 27 saw these men, upon whose bodies the fire
6. 5 Then said these men, We shall not find
6. ii these men assembled, and found Daniel
6. 15 these meu assembled unto the king, and
>. These, those, ] 3X innun.
Dan. 2. 44 in the days of these kings shall the God
6. This, r,?\ denah.
Ezra 3. 9 Who commanded, .to make up these walls?
5. 1 1 the house that was builded these many
Dan. 2. 28 visions of thy head upon thy bed, are th.
7. He himself, the same, &m hu.
Exod.6. 26 These (are) that Aaron and Moses, to wh.
8. They themselves, the same, en hem.
Exod. 6. 27 These (are) they which spake to Pharaoh
Lev. 16. 4 these (are) holy garments; therefore shall
Q.They themselves, the same, cnn ha-hem.
Deut 28. 65 among these nations shalt thou find no
W.They themselves, the same, rrpn hemha.
i Ch. 2. 55 These (are) the Kenites that came of He.
Eccl. 12. 12 further, by these, my son. be admonished
11. They themselves, the same, n^nn ha-hemah.
Zech 14. 15 all the beasts that shall bs in these tents
12.They themselves, njn henah.
Nuni3i. 16 these caused the children of Israel, thro.
Isa. 34. 16 no one of these shall fail, none shall want
Eze. 42. 5 the galleries were higher than these, than
13. This, the same, nxi zoth.
Lev. ii. 2 These (are) the beasts which ye shall eat
Judgi3. 23 nor would, .have told us (. .things) as th.
14. This, the same, nuin haz-zoth.
Deut. 6. 25 if we observe to do all these commandm.
15. This, the same, HT zeh.
Gen. 27. 36 he hath supplanted me thess two times
1 6. This, the same, njn haz-zeh.
i Sa. 17. 17 Take now. .these ten loaves, and run to
17. From, JD min.
Dan. 6. 2 over these three presidents, of whom Da.
18. This, that, he, she, it, these, rd$e, 68f, fade (hode).
Rev. 2. i These things saith he that holdeth the se.
2. 8 These things saith the First and the Last
2. 12 These things saith he which hath the sh.
2. 1 8 These things saith the Son of God, who ha
3. i These things saith he that hath the seven
3. 7 These things saith he that is holy, he th.
3. 14 These things saith the Amen, the faithful
19. These, those, ovrot houtoi.
Matt. 4. 3 command that these stones be made bre.
20. 1 2 These last have wrought (but) one hour
20. 2 1 Grant that [these] my two sons may sit, the
21. 1 6 said unto him, Hearest thou what these
25. 46 these shall go away into everlasting pun.
26. 62 what (is it which) these witness against
Mark 4. 15, 16, [18, 20]; 12. 40; 14. 60; Luke 8. 13, 21; 13.
2; 19. 40; 21. 4; 24. 17, 44; John 6. 5; 17. ii, 25; Acts i.
14; 2. 7, 15; ii. 12; 16. 17, 20; 17.6, 7, n; 20. 5; 24. 20; 25.
n; 27. 31; Rom. 2. [14]; ii. 24, 31; Col. 4. n; i Ti. 3.
10; 2 Ti. 3. 8; Heb. u. 13, 30; 2 Pe. 2. 12, 17; i Jo.
5. 7; Jmle 8, 10, 12, 16, 10; Rev. 7. 13, 14; u. 4, 6, 10; 14.
4, 4, 4; 17. 13, 14, 16; 19. 9; 21. 5; 22. 6.
20. These, avrai hautai.
Luke2i. 22 these be the days of vengeance, that all
Acts 20. 34 these hands have ministered unto my ne.
Gal. 4. 24 these are the two covenants; the one from
21. These, those, ravra tauta.
Matt 10. 2 names of the twelve apostles are these
See also n. 25; 13. 34, 51, 56; 15. 20; 19. 20; 21. 23, 24, 27;
23. 23, 23, 36; 24. 2, 3, 8, 33, 34; Mark 2. 8; 6. 2; 7. 23; 10. 20;
ii. 28, 28, 29, 33; 13. 4, 4,8, 29,30; 16. [17]; Luke 1. 19,20,
66; 2. 19, [51]; 4. 28; 5. 27; 7. 9; 8. 8; 10. i, 21; n. 27, 42,
[53] . 12- 3- 3 J
>
1 3- J 7 <
! 4- 6 ; 15- 26; 16. 14; 18. 21,
[22]; 19. n; 20. 2, 8; 21. 6, 7, 7, 9, 31, 36; 23. 31, 49;
24. 9, 10, 21, 26; John i. 28; 2. 16, 18; 3. 2. 9, 10, 22; 5. 16,
19, 34; 6. i, 59; 7. i, 4; 8. 20, 28, 30; 9. 22, 40; 10. 21; ii.
n; 12. 16, 16, 16, 36, 41; 13. 17; 14. 25; 15. ii, 17, 21; 16. 1,3,
4, 4, 6, 25, 33; 17. i, 13; 18. i; 19. 24, 36; 20. 18, 31; 21. i,
24; Acts i. 9; 5. [5], n; 7. i, 50, 54; 10. 44; ii. 18; 12. 17;
13. [42]; 14. 15, 18; 15. 17; 16. 38; 17. 8, 20; 18. i; 19. 2ij2i.
12; 23.22:24. 19, [22]; 28. [29]; Rom. 8. 31; 9. 8; i Co. 4. 6, 14;
9. 8, 15; 10. 6, n; 12. n; 13. 13; 2 Co. 2. 16; 13. 10; Gal.
5 . 17; Eph. 5. 6; Phil. 4. 8; 2 Th. 2. 5; i Ti. 3. 14; 4 . 6, ii
is; 5. 7, 21; 6. 2, n; 2 Ti. i. 12; 2. 14; Titus 2. 15; 3. 8;
Heb. 7. 13; Jas. 3. 10; 2 Pe. i. 8, 9, 10; i Jo. i. 4; 2. i,
26; 5. 13; Rev. 7. [i]; 18. i; 19. i; 22. 8, 8, 16, [18], 20
22. To these, ravrats tautais.
Matt 22. 40 On these two commandments hang all the
Luke24. 18 which are come to pass there in these days
John 5. 3 In these lay a great multitude of impot.
1 Th. 3. 3 no man should be moved by these afflict.
Rev. 9. 20 the men, which were not killed by these
23. These, ravras tautax.
Matti 3 . 53 when Jesus had finished these parables
Marki3. 2 Seest thou these great buildings? there sh.
Acts 3. 24 the prophets . . have likewise foretold of t!
2 Co. 7. i Having therefore these promises, dearly
Heb. 9. 23 heavenly, .with better sacrifices than th
Rev. 1 6. 9 God, which hathpowerovertheseplagues \
24. To these, rovrots toutois.
Acts 4. 16 What shall we do to these men?- ii. 27.
<
5. 35 what ye intend to do as touching these
Rom. 8. 37 in all these things we are more than con.
14.18 he that in (those things] serveth Christ (is)
15. 23 now having no more place in these parts
i Co. 12. 23 upon these we bestow more abundant ho.
Col. 3. 14 above all these things (put on) charity, wh.
i Th. 4.16 comfort one another with these words
Heb. 9. 23 patterns, .should be purified with these
Jude 14 Enoch also, .prophesied of these, saying
25. These, rovrovs toutous.
Matt. 7. 24 whosoever heareth [these] sayings of mine
7. 26 every one that heareth these saymgs of m.
7. 28 when Jesus had ended these sayings, the
10. 5 These twelve Jesus sent forth, and conun.
19. i when Jesus had finished these sayings he
26. i when Jesus had finished all these sayings Mark 8. 4 whence can a man satisfy these men with
Luke 9. 28 eight days after these sayings, he took Pe.
9. 44 Let these sayings sink down intoyotirears
19. 15 he commanded these servants to be called
20 16 He shall come and destroy these husban.
John 10. 19 There was a division, .for these sayings
18. 8 If therefore ye seek me, let these go their
Acts 2. 22 Ye men of Israel, hear these words; Jesus
5. 5 Ananias hearing these words fell v. 24.
10. 47 Can any man forbid water, that these sh.
19. 37 ye have brought hither these men, which
26. Of these, rovrwv touton.
Matt. 3. 9 God is able of these stones to raise up ch.
5. 19 shall break one of these least commandm.
5. 37 whatsoever is more than these conieth of
6. 29 Solomon, .was not arrayed like one of th.
6 32 after all these things do the Gentiles seek
10. 42 whosoever shall give to. .one of these lit.-
18. 6 whoso shall offend one of these little ones
iS. 10 that ye despise not one of these little ones
1 8. 14 that one of these little ones should perith
25. 40 done (it) unto one of the least of these my
2 5- 45 J e did (it) not to one of the least of these
Mark 12. 31; Lukes. 8:7. 18; 10. 36; 12. 27, 30; 17. 2;
18. 34; 21. 12, 28; 24. 14, 48 ; John i. 50; 5. 20 ; 7. [31] ;
14. 12; 17. 20; 21. 15, 24; Acts i. 21, 24 ; 5. 32, 36, ?$; 14.
15; 15. [28]; 18. 17; 19. 36; 21. 38; 24. 8; 25. 9, 20; 26. 21,
26, 26, 29; i Co. 9. 15; 13. 13; 2 Ti. 2. 21 ; Titus 3. 8;
Heb. 1.2; 9. 6 ; 10.18; 2 Pe. i. 4, 12, 15 ; 3 . n, t fi ; iev.
9. 18; 18. 15.
THESE many
So great, so many, roaovros tosoutos.
Luke 15. 29 these many years do I serve thee, neither
THESSALONIANS, QfaffaXoviKtls.
The inhabitants of Thessalonica.
Acts 20. 4 and of the T., Aristarchus and Secundus
1 Th. i. i the church of the T. . .in God the Father
2 Th. i. i unto the church of the T. in God our Fa.
THES-SA-LO-NI CA, &f(raa\oviK-n.
A city of Macedonia on the shore of the ^Egean Sea, at
the head of the Gulf of Salonika, its modern name.
Cassander called it Thessalonica after his wife, Philip s
daughter. Under the Romans it was the capital of one
of the four divisions of Macedonia, and the station of a
Roman prsetor and questor. In ancient times it WEST
variously called Emathia Helia, and Thermo. ; in B.C.
481 Xerxes rested here in his invasion of Greece ; in 479
it was taken by Pausanius; in 421 by the Athenians; in
315 it was rebuilt; in 168 it surrendered to Rome; in
58 Cicero found refuge in it ; in 42 it was made a free
city; in A.D. 52-53 Paul addressed two Epistles to the
Christians there ; in the third century it was made a
Roman colony; in 313 Diocletian s widow and daughter
were beheaded here ; in 390 its inhabitants were put to
death for sedition by Theodosius the Great; in 479
Sabiniauus defeated the Ostrogoths ; in 904 the Saraceu
tlcet attacked it ; in 1185 the Normans of Sicily took it ;
in 1204 Boniface founded the Latin kingdom of Thessa
lonica; in 1222 Theodore Angelus became emperor; in
1234 it was united to the empire of Nictea ; in 1284 it was
given up to Andronicus; in 1430 it was taken from the
Venetians by Sultan Amurath II.
Acts 17. ii These were more noble than those in T.
17. 13 the Jews of T. had knowledge that v. i.
27. 2 Aristarchus, a Macedonian of T. being
Phil. 4. 16 in T. ye sent once and again unto my ne.
2 Ti. 4. 10 For Demas . . is departed unto T. ; Crescens
THEtf -DAS, 0eu55s.
A Jewish impostor, mentioned by Gamaliel before the
Sanhedrim as having stirred up 400 men, who were des
troyed with him.
Acts 5. 36 before these days rose up T., boasting
THEY, (but)
1. These, nVx eleh.
Isa. 28. 27 they also have erred through wine, and
I.He himself, the same, w.i hu,
Exod. i. 10 they join also unto our enemies, and fight
S.They themselves, en hem.
Gen. 3. 7 knew that they (were) naked ; and . . sewed
Eccl. 3. 1 8 might see that they themselves are beasts
Song 6. 5 Turn away thiiie eyes, .they have overco.
4. They themselves, rr*ri hemah.
Gen. 7. 14 They, and every beast after his kind, cud
[>.They themselves, njrj hen ah.
Gen. 6. 2 saw the daughters of men that they (were)
Exod. 9. 32 were not smitten; for they (were) notgro.
6. Their soul, Cy1
? j [nephcsh].
Job 36. 14 They die in youth, and their life (is)amo.
7.7/e himself, the same, avros autos.
Matt. 5. 4 that mourn ; for they shall be comforted
Marki6. 14 he appeared unto the eleven as they sat
5. Of self, selves, a jrov hnutou.
Acts 27. 27 the shipiaen deemed that they drewactr

9. Of own self, selves, tavrov heautou.
Rev. 2. 9 which say;they are Jews, and are not, but
3. 9 which say they are Jews, and are not, but
1 0. That, that very, he, fitt ivos ekeinos.
Marki6. 20 [they went forth, and preached every wh.]
Luke 9. 34 feared as [they] entered into the cloud
John 5. 39 Search the Scriptures, .they are.,which te.
7. 45 they said unto them, Why have ye not br.
10. 6 but they understood not what things, .we.
11. 13 they thought that he had spoken of tak.
20. 13 they say unto her, Woman, why weepest
Acts 10. 9 [they]wentontheirjourney,anddrewuigh
jo. 10 while [they] made ready, he fell into a tr.
21. 6 we took ship ; and they returned home
Rom ii. 23 they also, if they abide not still in unbe.
i Co. 9. 25 they (do it) to obtain a corruptible crown
15. ii whether (it were) I or they, so we pre.
Heb. 12. 25 if they escaped not who refused him that
11. They also, even they, /caKEtVot kakcinoi.
Mattis. 18 come forth from the heart; and they de.
Marki6. ii [they, .had heard that he was alive, and]
1 6. 13 [they went and told (it) unto the residue]
Acts 15. ii we believe. .we shall be saved, even as th.
12. These, those, ouroi houtoi.
Luke 8. 14 that which fell among thorns are they
8. 15 that on the good ground are they, which
13. 4 think ye that [they] were sinners above all
JohmS. 21 ask them which heard me., they know wh.
Acts 13. 4 [they,]*eing sent forth by the Holy Ghost
24. 15 which they themselves also allow, that
Horn. 8. 14 as many as are led by the spirit . . they are
9. 6 For they (are) not all Israel which are of
i Co. 16. 17 that which was lacking on your part [they]
Gal. 6. 12 they constrain you to be circumcised, only
13. These, ravratauta.
John 6. 9 two small fishes ; but what are they, 10. 25.
14. But they, ol 8e hoi de, Matt. 9. 31.
15. Of these, TOVTUV touton.
Matt ii. 7 as they departed, Jesus began to say unto
THEY also, that, which
1. The men, Q Vjx anashim.
Isa. 41. ii they that strive with thee shall perish
41.1? they that war against thee shall be as no.
2. They also, even they, KaKtlvoi kakeinoi.
Johni7. 24 Father, I will that they also, whom thou
i Co. 10. 6 we should not lust after evil . . as they also
3. Those who, alrivts, o lrtves haitines, hoitines.
Matt. 25. 3 [They that] (were) foolish took their lamps
Rev. i. 7 every eye shall see him, and they (also)
THICK cloud. [See Cloud]
Cloud of (thick) cloud, |jyn 3jj ab he-anan.
Exodig. 19 I come unto thee in a thick cloud, that
THICKET, thickness, thick
]. Thick darkness, gloominess, n1
??^ aphelah.
Exod 10. 22 there was a thick darkness in all the land
2 Heavy, weighty, 155 kabed.
Exod 19. 16 a thick cloud upon the mount, and the
S.Thicket, thickness, l^p sebak.
Gen. 22. 13 behind (him) a ram caught in a thicket by
Isa. 9. 18 and shall kindle in the thickets of the to.
10. 34 he shall cut down the thickets of the for.
i.Thicket, Tpp sebok.
Psa. 74. 5 had lifted up axes upon the thick trees
Jer. 4. 7 The lion is come up from his thicket, and
Z.Thorn, bramble, thicket, nin choach.
i Sa. j j 6 hide themselves in caves, and in thickets
6. Thickness, 3j; ab. i Ki. 7. 6.
Jer. 4. 29 they shall go into thickets, and climb up
7. Thickness, "2y_ abt.
Job 15. 26 upon the thick bosses of his bucklers
8. Thickness, sy. obi.
1 Ki. 7. 26 it (was) an hand breadth thick, and the
2 Ch. 4. 5 the thickness of it (was) an hand breadth
Jer 52. 21 the thickness thereof (was) four fingers
9. Thick, interwoven, ni^ aboth.
Lev. 23. 40 the boughs of thick trees, and willows of
Xeh. 8. 15 palm branches, and branches of thick tr.
Eze. 6. 13 under every thick oak, the place where
20. 28 every high hill, and all the thick trees
10. Thick band, wreath, branch, nij; aboth.
Eze. 19. ii stature was exalted among the thick br.
31. 3 and his top was among the thick boughs
31. 10 he hath shot up his top among the thick
31. 14 shoot up their top among the thick bou.
11. Sweet smell, iny athar.
Eze. 8. ii and a thick cloud of incense went up
1 2. ttreadth, broad place, 2rh rochab.
Eze. 41. 9 The thickness of the wall, which (was) for
41. 12 wall of the buildmg(was) five cubits thick
42. 10 The chambers (were) in the thickness of
[See also Beam, bough, boughs, branch, clay, cloth,
cloud, darkness, gathered, plank.]
THICK, to be thicker, be grown
To be thick, nyy abah.
Deut32. 15 thou art waxen fat, thou art grown thick
1
!
12 - 10 ?Iy little (flneer) shall be thicker than
Ch.io. 10 My little (finger) shall be thicker than my
THIEF
1. A thief, -}j gannab.
. 22. 2 Ifa thief be found breaking up, and be sm.
Exod22. 7 if the thief be found, let him pay double
22. 8 If the thief be not found, then the master
Deut24 . 7 that thief shall die; and thou shalt put
Job 24. 14 The murderer, .in the night is as a thief
30. 5 they cried after them as (after) a thief
Pi*. 50. 1 8 When thou sawesta thief, then thou con.
Prov. 6. 30 (Men) do not despise a thief, if he steal to
29. 24 Whoso is partner with a thief hateth his
Isa. i. 23 Thy princes {are). . companions of thieves
Jer. 2. 26 As the thief is ashamed when he is found
48. 27 was he found among thieves? for since th.
49. 9 if thieves by night, they will destroy till
Hos. 7. i the thief cometh in, (and) the troop of ro.
Joel 2. 9 shall enter in at the windows like a thief
Obad. 5 If thieves came to thee, if robbers by ni.
Zech. 5. 4 it shall enter into the house of the thief
2. A thief, robber, KAfVnjj kleptes.
Matt. 6. 19 and where thieves break through and st.
6. 20 where thieves do not break through nor
24. 43 had known in what watch the thief would
Lukei2. 33 where no thief approacheth, neither moth
12. 39 had known what hour the thief would co.
Johnio. i climbeth up some other way. .is a thief and
10. 8 All that ever came before me are thieves
10. 10 The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and
12. 6 he was a thief, and had the bag, and bare
i Co. 6. 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards
i Th. 5. 2 the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief
5. 4 that day should overtake you as a thief
1 Pe. 4. 15 let none of you suffer as a. .thief, or (as)
2 Pe. 3. 10 the day of the Lord will come as a thief
Rev. 3. 3 I will come on thee as a thief, and thou
16. 15 Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed (is) he
3.A robber, plunderer, \TitTr-fjs lestes.
Matt. 21. 13 My house, .ye have rnadeita den of thie.
26. 55 Are ye come out as against a thief with
27. 38 Then were there two thieves crucified wi.
27. 44 The thieves also, which were crucified wi.
Marki 1. 17 My house . .ye have made it a den of thie.
14. 48 Are ye come out, as against a thief, with
15. 27 withhim they crucify two thieves; theone
Luke 10. 30 fell among thieves, which stripped him of
10. 36 unto him that fell among the thieves
19. 46 My house, .ye have made it a den of thi.
22. 52 Be ye come out, as against a thief, with
THIGH
1. Thigh, ip; yarek.
Gen. 24. 2 Put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thigh
24. 9 the servant put his hand under the thigh
32. 25 he touched the hollow of his thigh; and
32. 25 hollow of Jacob s thigh was out of joint
32. 31 the sun rose, .and he halted upon his th.
32. 32 which (is) upon the hollow of the thigh
32. 32 he touched the hollow of Jacob s thigh in
47. 29 put, I pray thee, thy hand under my thigh
Exod 28. 42 from the loins even unto the thighs they Num. 5. 21 when the LORD doth make thy thigh to
5. 22 to make (thy) belly to swell, and (thy) thigh
5. 27 her belly shall swell, and her thigh shall
Judg. 3. 16 and he did gird it. .upon his right thigh
3. 21 took the dagger from his right thigh, and
15. 8 he smote them hip and thigh with a great
Psa. 45. 3 Gird thy sword upon (thy) thigh, O(most)
Song 3. 8 every man (hath) his sword upon his thi.
7. i the joints of thy thighs (are) like jewels
.Fer. 31. 19 I smote upon (my) thigh: I was ashamed
Eze. 21. 12 Cry. .howl, .smite therefore upon (thy) th.
24. 4 every good piece, the thigh, and the sho
2. Thigh, nrv yarekah.
Dan. 2. 32 his arms of silver, his belly and his thighs
3. Leg, pit? shoq.
Isa. 47. 2 make bare the leg, uncover the thigh, pass
4. Thigh, /uTjp^y meros.
Rev. 19. 1 6 hath on (his) vesture and on his thigh a
THIM-NA -THAH, nrijpn.
A city in Dan, near Eloh or Ekron. See Timnath.
_ Josh 19. 43 And Elon, and T., and Ekron
THIN, (to be made)
1. To become lean, thin, poor, weak, ty"] dalal, 2.
Isa. 17. 4 the glory of Jacob shall be made thin, and
2. Lean, thin, small, dwarfish, (yi daq.
Gen. 41. 6 seven thin ears and blasted with the east
41. 7 the seven thin ears devoured the sevenra.
41. 23 seven ears,withered,thin,(and) blasted wi.
41. 24 the thin ears devoured the seven good ears
Lev. 13. 3o if . .(there be) in it a yellow thin hair; then
3.A slope, going down, descent, TTIO morad.
i Ki. 7. 29 (were) certain additions made of thin wo.
4. Lean, thin, p~\ raq.
Gen. 41. 27 the seven thin and ill favoured kine that
THINE (own)
1. Thy hand, ?n; [yad],
i Ch.2g. 14 all things (come) of thee, and of thine own
2. Of own self, selves, savrov heautou.
i Co. 10. 29 Conscience, I say, not thine own, but of
3. One s own, proper, peculiar, tStos idios.
Luke 6.41 perceivest not the beam., in thine own eye
4. To thee, yol soi.
Acts 5. 4 remained, was it not thine own,,Io. 17.6,9.
5. Thy, thine, tro s sos.
Matt. 7. 4 and, behold, a beam (is) in thine own eye
20. 14 Take (that) thine (is), and go thy way: I
25. 25 hid thy talent, .thou hast (that is) thine
Luke 5. 33 disciples of John fast, .thine eat and dr
15. 31 thou art ever with me, and all. .is thine
22. 42 nevertheless not my will, but thine, be do.
Johni7. 6 thine they were, and thou gavest them me
17. 9 which thou hast given me; lor they are thi.
17. 10 all mine are thine, and thine are mine; and
18. 35 Thine own nation and the chief priests ha.
Acts 5. 4 after it was sold, was it not in thine own
6. Of thee, you sou.
-Matt. 5. 25 Agree with thine adversary quickly whiles
5. 33 shalt perform unto the Lord thine oaths
5. 43 shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine
6. 4 That thine alms may be in secret : and thy
6. 13 [thine is the kingdom, and the power, an<!l
6. 17 when thou fastest, anoint thine head, and
6. 22 if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole
6. 23 if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall
7. 4 Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye
7. 4 and, behold, a beam (is) in thine own eye
7. 5 first cast out the beam out of thine own
y. 6 take up thy bed, and go unto thine house
12. 13 Stretch forth thine hand. And he stretc
1 8. 9 if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out, and
20. 15 Is thine eye evil, because I am good ?
22. 44 till I make thine enemies thy footstool
See also Mark 2. n ; 3. [ 5 ] ; 9 . 47 ; J2 . 36 ; Luke 4 . 7; 5 . 24 ; 6.
42
>42, 42; 7-44; 8. 39; 11.34; 12. 58; 13. 12; 19.22, [42], 43;
20. 43 ; John 2. 17 ; 8. [10] ; 9. [10], 17, 26 ; 17. n ; Acts 2.
2 7; 4- l3]; 5- 3. 4; 8. 22; 10. 31; 13. 35 ; 23 35; Rom.
10.6,9; "-3; 12.20; i Ti. 5. [23]; Heb. i. 10, n ; Rev.
3. 18.
THINE own self
Of thyself, ffeavrov seautou.
Johm 7 . 5 glorify thou me with thine own self with
Phm. 19 thou owest unto me even tliiue own self
THING
1. A saying, command, ink orner.
Job 22. 28 Thou shalt also decree a thing, and it sh.
2.A word, matter, thing, 133 dabar.
Gen. 15. i After these things the word of the LORD
19. 21 accepted thee concerning this thing also
20. 8 Abimelech. .told all these things in their
20. 10 What sawest thou, that . . hast done this t.
21. ii the thing was very grievous in Abraham s
21. 26 I wot not who hath done this thing ; nei.
22. i it came to pass after these tilings that God
22. 16 because thou hast done this thing, and
22. 20 it came to pass after these things, that it
24. 28 told (them of) her mother * house these th.
24. 50 The thing proceedeth from the LORD : we
24. 66 the servant told Isaac all things that he
29. 13 And he told Laban all these things
30. 31 If thou wilt do this thing for me, I will
34. 14 We cannot do this thing, to give our sister
34. 19 the young man deferred not to do the th.
39. 7 it came to pass after these things, that his
40. i itcainetopassafterthesethings,(that)the
41. 28 This(is)thethingwhichlhavespokenunto
41. 32 (it is) because the thing (is) established by
41. 37 the thing was good in the eyes of Pharaoh
44. 7 servants should do according to this thing
48. i it came to pass after these things, that
Exod. i. 18 Why have ye done this thing, and havesa.
2. 14 feared, and said, Surely this thing is kno
2. 15 when Pharaoh heard this thing, he sought
9. 5 To morrow the LORD shall do this thing in
9. 6 the LORD did that thing on the morrow
12. 24 ye shall observe this thing for an ordina.
1 6. 1 6, 32 This (is) the thing which the LORD
18. ii in tho thing wherein they dealt proudly
18. 14 What (is) this thing that thou iloest to the
1 8. 17 The thing that thou doest (is) not good
18. 18 this thing (is)too heavy forthee ; thouart
18. 23 If thou shalt do this thing, and God com
29. i this (is) the thing that thou shalt do unto
33. 17 I will do this thing also that thou hast sp.
35. 4 This (is) the thing which the LORD com
Lev. 4. 13 the thing be hid from the eyes of the ass.
5. 2 Or if a soul touch any unclean thing, wh.
8. 5 This (is) the thing which the LORD comm.
8. 36 his sons did all things which the LORD co.
9. 6 This (is) the thing which the LORD comm.
17. 2 This (is) the thing which the LORD hath
23. 37 drink offerings, every thing upon his day
iS. 7 keep your priest s office for every thing ol
30. i This (is) the thing which the LORD hath
31. 23 every thing that may abide the fire, yesh.
32. 20 If ye will do this thing, if ye will go armed
36. 6 This (is) the thing which the LORD doth
Deut. i. 14 The thing which thou hast spoken (is)good
i. 18 commanded you at that time all the things
i. 32 Yet in this thingye did not believe theL.
4. 9 lest thou forget the things which thine
4. 30 and all these things are come upon thee
4. 32 as this great thing (is), or hath been heard
12. 32 What thing soever I command you, obse.
13. 14 (if it be) truth, (and) the thing certain
15. 10 because that for this thing the LORD thy
15. 15 therefore I command thee this thing tod.
17. 4 the thing certain, (that) such abomination
17. 5 which have committed that wicked thing
1 8. 22 if the thing follow not, nor come to pass
1 8. 22 that (is) the thing which the LORD hath
22. 20 But if this thing be true (and the tokens
23. 9 then keep thee from every wicked thing
23. 14 that he see no unclean thing in thee, and
23. 19 usury of anything that is lent upon usury
14. 18, 22 thereforel command thee todothisth.
^o. i when all these things are come upon thee
THING
Deut 32. 47 For it (is) not a vain thing for you ; because
32 47 through this thing ye shall prolong (your)
Josh. 4. 10 until every thing was finished that the L.
Q 24 were sore afraid, .and have done tins tin.
14 6 Thou knowest the thing that the LORD sa.
21 4"; There failed not ought of any good thing
22 . 24 done it for fear of (this) thing, saying, In
22 33 thing pleased the children of Israel ; and
23 14 good things which the LORD your Godsp.
23. 14 all are come to pass, .not one thing hath
23. 15 (that) as all good things are come upon
23. 15 the LORD bring upon you all evil things
24. 29 came to pass after these things, that Josh.
Judw 6. 29 Who hath done this thing? And when th.-y
6. 29 the son of Joash hath clone this thing
ir. 37 Let this thing be done forme : let me alo.
18. 7 that might put (them) to shame in (any)t.
18. 10 place where (there is)no want of anything
19. 19 thyservants: (there is)no want of any thin.
19 24 but unto this man do not so vile a thing
20. 9 But now this (shall be) the thing which
21. ii this (is) the thing that ye shall do, Ye sh.
Ruth 3. 18 until he have finished the thing this day
4. 7 for to confirm all things, a man plucked
i Sa 2 23 Why do ye such things? for I hear of yo.
3 ii will do a thing in Israel, at which both t.
3. 17 What (is) the thing that (the LORD) hath
3. 17 hide (any) thing from me of all the things
8. 6 But the thing displeased Samuel, n. 18.
12. 16 therefore stand and see this great thing
14. 12 Come, .and we will show you a thing. And
18. 20 they told Saul, and the thing pleased him
19. 7 and Jonathan showed him all those thin.
ao. 2 why should my fatherhide this thing from
22. 15 Let not the king impute (any) thing unto
24. 6 forbid that I should do this thing unto
25 37 his wife had told him these things, that
26. 16 This thing (is) not good that thou hast do.
28. 10 punishment happen to thee for this thing
28. 1 8 hath the LORD done this thing unto thee
sSa. 2. 6 requite, .because ye have done this thing
3. 13 but one thing I require of thee, that is
ii. ii (as) thy soul liveth, I will not do this th.
ii 25 Let not this thing displease thee ; for the
11. 27 But the thing that David had done displ.
12. 6 because he did this thing, and because
12. 12 but I will do this thing before all Israel
12. 21 What thing (is) this that thou hast done?
13. 20 he (is) thy brother; regard not this thing
13 21 when king David heardof all these things
13 33 let not my lord the king take the thing to
14 13 the king doth speak this thing as one whi.
14. 15 I am come to speak of this thing unto my
14 1 8 Hide not from me. .the thing that I shall
1 4 20 hath thy servant Joab done this thing: and
U. 21 Behold now, I have done this thing: go
15. ii they went, .and they knew not any thing
15- 35 what thing soever thou shalt hear out of
, 5 . 36 by them ye shall send unto me every thi.
17. 19 spread a covering, .and the thing was not
24. 3 doth my lord the king delight in this thi.
i Ki. i. 27 Is this thing done by my lord the king
3. 10 pleased . . that Solomon had asked this th.
3. 1 1 Because thou hast asked this thing, and
11. 10 commanded him concerning this thing
12. 24 return . .for this thing is from me. They
12. 30 this thing became a sin : for the people
13. 33 After this thing Jeroboam returned not
13. 34 this thing became sin unto the house of
14. 5 wife of Jeroboam cometh to ask a thing
14. 13 there is found (some) good thing toward
20. 9 I will do : but this thing I may not do. A.
20. 24 do this thing ; Take the kings away, eve
21. i came to pass after these things, (that) N
a Ki. 5. 13 prophet had bid thee (do some) great thi.
5. 18 In this thing the LORD pardon thy servant
6. ii theking. .was sore troubled for this thing
7. 2 windows in heaven, might this thing be?
7. 19 windows in heaven, might such a thing
8. 13 a dog, that he should do this great thing?
ii. 5 saying, This (is) the thing that ye shall do
17. 9 did secretly (those) things that (were) not
17. ii wrought wicked things to provoke the L.
17. 12 said unto them, Ye shall not do this thi.
23. 17 proclaimed these things that thou hast
1 Ch. 4. 22 And (these are) ancient things
13. 4 the thing was right in the eyes of all the
17 23 let the thing that thou hast spoken con.
21. 7 God was displeased with this thing; the.
21. 8 sinned, .because I have done this thing
2 Ch. 1 1. 4 return every man . . for this thing is done
12. 12 and also in Judah things went well
19. 3 there aregood things found in thee, inth.
3. 4 This (is) the thing that ye shall do; A third
23. 19 none(which was) unclean inany thing sh.
29. 36 prepared the people : for the thing was
30. 4 the thing pleased the king and all the co.
y>.
i After these things, and the establishment
Ezra 9. 3 when I heard this thing, I rent my garni.
Neh. 2. 19 What (is) this thing that ye do? will yi re.
6. 8 There are no such things done as thou sa.
Eslh. 2. i After these things, when the wrath of ki.
2. 4 the thing pleased the king ; and he did so
2. 22 the thing was known to Mordecai, who
-. i After these things did king Ahasuerus pr.
5. 14 the thing pleased Haman ; and he caused
8. 5 the thing (seejn) rignt before the king, and
9. 20 Mordecai wrote these things, and sent le.
Job 4. 12 a thing was secretly brought to me, and
15. ii is there any secret thing with thee?
Psa. 101. 3 I will set no wicked thing before mine
Eccl. x. 8 All things (are) full of labour; man can.
976
Eccl. i. 10 Is there (any) thing whereof it may be said
5. 2 l>e hasty to utter (any) thing before God
6. 1 1 there be many things that increase vanity
7. 8 Better (is) the end of a thing than the be.
8. i who knoweth the interpretation of a tin.
8. 3 stand not in an evil thing; for he doeth
8. 5 Whoso keepeth . .shall feel no evil thing
Isa. 38. 7 the LORD will do this thing that he hath
42. 16 These things will I do unto them, and not
Jer. 7. 23 this thing commanded I them, saying, Ob.
20. i heard that Jeremiah prophesied these th.
22. 4 if ye do this thing indeed, then shall th.
26. 10 the princes of Judah heard these things
32. 27 I (am) the LORD, .is theie any thing too
33. 14 I will perform that good thing which I
38. 5 the king(is) not (he that) can do (any) th.
40. 3 therefore this thing is come upon you
40. 16 Thou shalt not do this thing ; for thou sp.
42. 3 may show us. .the thing that we may do
44. 4 do not this abominable thing that I hate
44. 17 certainly do whatsoever thing goeth forth
Eze. ii. 25 spake, .all the things that the LORD had
14. 9 deceived when he hath spoken a thing. I
38. 10 at the same time shall things come into
Dan. 10. i thing was revealed . . and the thing (was)
10. i understood the thing, and had understa.
Amos 6. 13 Ye which rejoice in a thing of nought, wh.
Zech. 8. 16 These (are) the things that ye shall do
3. Vessel, "^ Mi.
Lev. 13. 49, 52, 53, 57, 59 or in any thing of skin ; it
13. 58 whatsoever thing of skin (it be), which
15. 4 every thing whereon he sitteth shall be
15. 6 he that sitteth on (any) thing whereon he
15. 22 whosoever toucheth any thing that she sat
15. 23 or on any thing whereon she sitteth, when
Num 35. 22 or have cast upon him any thing without
4. Work, ^N;l? melakah.
Lev. 13. 48 whether in a skin, or in any thing made
i Sa. 15. 9 every thing (that was) vile and refuse, that
5. A word, speech, matter, n^p millah.
Dan. 2. 5 The thing is gone from me : if ye will not
2. 8 because ye see the thing is gone from me
2. 10 nor ruler, (that) asked such things at any
2. ii (it is) a rare thing that the king requireth
2.15 Then Arioch made the thing kn^wn to Da
2. 17 made the thing known to Hananiah, Mi.
4. 33 The same hour was the thing fulfilled upon
5. 15 could not show, .interpretation of the th.
5! 26 This (is) the interpretation of the thing
6. 12 The thing (is) true, according to the law
7. 16 made me know the interpretation of the
.Animal soul, e>?3 nephesh.
Lev. ii. 10 of any living thing which (is) in the wat.
Eze. 47. 9 every thingthatliveth, which moveth.wh.
7.A loan, debt, "XfS mashshaah.
Dent 24. 10 When thou dost lend thy brother any th
1 i. Oppression, p:?> osheq. Lev. 6. 4,
8..-1 irord, matter, thing, \6yos logos.
Matt2i. 24 I will also ask you one thing, which if ye
Luke i. 4 know the certainty of those things, 20. 3
Acts 5. 24 the chief priests heard these things, the}
9..-1 deed, doing, any thing done, irpay/j-a pragma
Matt 18. 19 shall agree on earth as touching any thing
Luke i. i a declaration of those things which are
Acts 5. 4 why hast thou conceived this thing in th
Heb. 6. 18 That by two immutable things, in whicl
10. i not the very image of the things, n. i.
10. Any thing, ri ti, Acts 25. 26.
11. Saying, matter, {tripa rhema.
Luke 2. 15 see this tiling which is come to pass, wh
2. 19 Mary kept all these things, and pondered
Acts 5. 32 we are his witnesses of these things ; and
IZ. These, avra. aiita.
i Pe. i. 12 they did minister the things which are now
THINGS, thes
1. These, these things, ravra tauta.
Matt. i. 20 while he thought on these things, behold
4. 9 All these things will I give thee, if thou
6. 32 after all these things do the Gentiles seek
6. 33 and all these things shall lie added unto
9. 18 While he spake these things unto them
11. 25 thou hast hid these things from the wise
13. 34 these things spake Jesus unto the multi
13. 51 Have ye understood all these things? Th
13 56 Whence then hath this (man) all these th.
in. 20 All these things have I kept from my yo
21 23 By what, .doest thou these things? and
21 24 27 tell . . by what authority I do these th
23 36 All these things shall come upon this ge.
24. 2 See ye not all these things? Verily I say
i. 3 when shall these things be ? and what (sh
24. 33 when ye shall see all these things, know
24. 34 shall not pass, till all these things be ful.
Mark 2. 8 Why reason ye these things in your he. ?
6. 2 From whence hath this (man) these things ;
n. 28 By what authority doest thou these thi. ?
ii. 28 gave thee this authority to do these thi.
ii. 29, 33 tell, .by what authorityl do these th.
13. 4 when shall these things be? and what (sh
13. 4 the sign when all these things shall be fu.
13. 29 when ye shall see these things come to
13. 30 shall not pass, till all these things be do.
Luke i. 20 until the day that these things shall be
4. 28 when they heard these things, were filled
5. 27 after these things he went forth, and saw
7. 9 When Jesus heard these things, he mar.
THINGS
Luke 8. 8 when he had said these things, he cried
10. i After these things the Lord appointed ot.
10. 21 thou hast hid these things from the wise
11. 27 as he spake these things, a certain woman
11. 53 [as he said these things unto them, the sc.]
12. 30 all these things do the nations of the wo.
12. 31 and all these things shall be added unto
13. 17 when he had said these things, all his ad.
14. 6 could not answer him again to these thi.
14. 15 one of them, .with him heard these things
14. 21 servant came, and showed his lord these t.
15. 26 he called, .and asked what these things
16. 14 the Pharisees also . . heard all these things
1 8. 22 when Jesus heard [these things], he said
19. ii as they heard these things, he added and
20. 2 by what authority doest thou these things
20. 8 tell, .by what authority I do these things
21. 6 (As for) these things which ye behold, the
21. 7 Master, but when shall these things be?
21. 7 what sign (will there be) when these thi.
21. 9 these things must first come to pass ; but
21.31 when ye see these things come to pass
21. 36 worthy to escape all these things that sh.
23. 31 if they do these things in a green tree, wh.
23. 49 women, stood afar otf, beholding these th.
24. 9 told all these things unto the eleven, and
24. 10 which told these things unto the apostles
24. 21 to day is the third day since these things
24. 26 Ought. .Christ to have suffered these th.
John i. 28 These things were done in Bethabara be.
2. 16 Take these things hence ; make not my
2. 1 8 sign, .seeing that thou doest these things
3. 9 and said unto him, How can these things
3. 10 thou a master, .knowest not these things
3. 22 After these things came Jesus and his di.
5. 16 he had done these things on the sabbath
5. 34 these things I say, that ye might be saved
6. i After these things Jesus went over the sea
6. 59 These things said he in the synagogue, as
7. i After these things Jesus walked in Galilee
7. 4 If thou do these things, show thyself to
8. 28 as my Father, .taught. .1 speak these th.
11. ii These things said he : and after that he
12. 16 These things understood not his disciples
12. 16 then remembered they that these things
12. 16 (that) they had done these things unto
12. 36 These things spake Jesus, and departed
12. 41 These things said Esaias, when he saw his
13. 17 If ye know these things, happy are ye if
14. 25 These things have I spoken unto you, be.
15. ii These things have I spoken unto you, th.
5. 17 These things I command you, that ye lo. .
15. 21 these things will they do unto you for my
16. i These things have I spoken unto you, that
16. 3 thesethingswilltheydountoyou, because
16. 4 these things have I told you, that, when
16. 4 these things I said not unto you at the be.
1 6. 6 because I have said these things unto you
16. 25 These things have I spoken unto you in
16. 33 These things I have spoken unto you, that
17. 13 these things I speak in the world, that th.
19. 24 These things therefore the soldiers did
19. 36 these things were done, that the scripture
20. 18 (that) he had spoken these things unto her
21. i After these things Jesus showed himself
21. 24 the disciple which, .wrote these things
Acts i. 9 when he had spoken these things, while
5. 5 came on all them that heard [these things]
5. ii and upon as many as heard these things
7. i Then said the high priest, Are these thi.
7. 50 Hath not my hand made all these things?
7. 54 When they heard these things, they were
11. 18 When they heard these things, they held
12. 17 Go show these things unto James, and to
14. 15 Sirs, why do ye these things? We also are
15. 17 saith the Lord, who doeth all these things
17. 8 they troubled .when they heard these th.
17. 20 would know therefore what these things
18. i After these things Paul departed from A.
19. 21 After these things were ended, Paul pur.
21. 12 when we heard these things, both we, and
23. 22 that thou hast showed these things to me
24. 9 also assented, saying that these thingswe.
24. 22 Felixheardtthesethings,]havingmorepe.
Rom. 8. 31 What shall we then say to these things?
1 Co. 4. 6 these things, brethren, I have in a figure
4. 14 I write not these things to shame you, but
9. 8 Say I these things as a man? or saith not
9. 15 neither have I written these things, that
10. 6 these things were our examples, to the in.
10 1 1 these things happened unto them for en.
2 Co. 2. 16 And who (is) suflicient for these things?
13 10 I write these things being absent, lest be.
Eph. =. 6 because of these things cometh the wrath
Phil 4 8 if (there be) any praise, think on these th.
2 Th. 2. 5 I was yet with you, I told you these things
1 Ti. 3. 14 These things write I unto thee, hoping to
4. 6 If thou put . . in remembrance of these th.
4! 1 1 These things command and teach
4. 15 Meditate upon these things, give thyself
5. T these things give in charge, that they may
5. 21 that thou observe these things without
6. 2 do (them) service . . These things teat-hand
6. ii flee these things; and follow after riphte.
2 TI. i. 12 For the which cause I . . suffer these things
a. 14 Of these things put (them) in remembra
Titus 2. 15 These things speak, and exhort, andrebu.
3. 8 These things are good and profitable unto
Heb. 7. 13 he of whom these things are spoken pe.
Jas. 3. 10 My brethren, these things ought not so to
a Pe. i. 8 if these thingshe in you, and abound. th.
i. 9 he that lacketh these things is Mind, and
THINGS
a Pe. i. 10 if ye do these things, ye shall never fall
i Jo. i. 4 these things write we unto you, that your
2. i these things write I unto you, that ye sin
5. 13 These things have I written unto you that
Rev. 7. i after [these things] I saw four angels stan.
1 8. i after these things I saw another angel co.
19. i after these things I heard a great voice of
22. 8 I John saw these things, and heard(them)
22. 8 the angel which showed me these things
22. 16 to testify unto you these things in the eh.
22. 1 8 If any man shall add unto [these things]
22. 20 lie which testifleth these things saith, Su.
1. Of these, Tovrtav touton.
Matt. 6. 32 that ye have need of all these things
Seealso Luke 7. 18; 12.30; 18. 34; 21. 28; 24. 14, 48;
John 21. 24 ; Acts 19. 36; 24. 8 ; 25. 9; 26. 26, 26 ; i Co.
Q. 15; Titus 3. 8; Heb. 9.6; 2 Pe. i. 12, 15; 3. n, 16;
Kev. 18. 15.
THINGS, the, such
1. These things, ravra tauta.
John 7. 32 ; Gal. 2. 18; 5. 17 ; 2 Pe. 3. 14.
2. The, these, rd ta, Matt. 6. 34 ; 16. 23. 22.
21, 21 ; Mr. 8. 33, 33 ; 12. 17, 17; Lu. 20. 25; Ro. 2. 14, &c.
[See also Any, certain, committed, creeping, draw,
formed, high, holy, incredible, nought, one, what. Also
All, base, boast of, to come, good, great, hoped for,
move, those, weak.]
THING of nought
Nought, ^tf elil.
Jer. 14. 14 a thing of nought, and the deceit of their
THINGS that we have
The things possessed, TO. tvovra. ta enonta.
Luke 1 1. 4i rather give alms of such things as ye have
THINK (of, on), to
l.To say, ION amar.
Gen. 20. ii I thought. Surely the fear of God (is) not
Nuni24. 1 1 I thought to promote thee unto great ho.
Judgis. 2 I verily thought that thou hadst utterly
Ruth 4. 4 I thought to advertise thee, saying, Buy
1 Sa. 20. 26 he thought. Something hath befallen him
2 Sa. 5. 6 thinking, David cannot come in hither
13. 33 to think that all the king s sons are dead
21. 1 6 he, being girded, .thought to have slain
2 Ki. 5. ii I thought, He will surely come out tome
2 Ch.i3. 8 ye think to withstand the kingdom of the
32. i encamped, .and thought to win them for
Esth. 6. 6 Haman thought in his heart, To whom
Ecel. 8. 17 though a wise (man) think to know (it)
2. To understand, consider, p? bin, la.
Job 31. i why then should I think upon a maid?
3. To speak, n3;i dabur, 3.
Exod32. 14 repented Oi the evil which he thought to
4. To liken, think, devise, nsy damah, 3.
Nuni33- 56 I shall do unto you, as I thought to do
Judg2o. 5 beset the house . .(and) thought to have
Esth. 4. 13 Think not with thyself that thou shalt
Psa. 48. 9 We have thought of thy loving kindness
50. 21 thou thoughtest that I was altogether
Isa. 14. 24 as I have-thought, so shall it come to pa.
6. To tlevise, design, HJj zamam.
Dent 19. 19 do unto him as he had thought to have
Zech. i. 6 Like as the LOKD of hosts thought to do
8. 14 I thought to punish you, when your fath.
8. 15 again have I thought in these days to do
6. To think, reckon. 3E>n chashab.
Gen. 38. 15 When Judah saw her, he thought her (to
50. 20 But as for you, ye thought evil against me
1 Sa. i. 13 therefore Eli thought she had been drun.
18. 25 Saul thought to make Davjd fall by the
aSa. 14. 13 Wherefore then hast thou thought such
Neh. 6. 2 But they thought to do me mischief
6. 6 thou and the Jewsthinkto rebel : forwh.
Job 35. 2 Thinkest thou this to be right (that) thou
41. 32 (one) would think the deep (to be) hoary
Psa. 40. 17 the LORD thinketh upon me thou (art)
Isa. 10. 7 meaneth not so. neither doth his heart th
Jer. 18. 8 will repent of the evil that I thought to
23. 27 Which think to cause my people to forget
29. ii I know the thoughts that I think toward
Eze. 38. 10 and thou shalt think an evil thought
Mai. 3. 16 that feared the LORD, and that thought
l.To think, devise, 35*n chashab, 3.
Psa. 73. 16 When I thought to know this, it (was) too
119. 59 I thought on my ways, and turned my feet
8. To hope, purpose, ~i-P sfbar.
Dan. 7. 25 he shall, .think to change times and laws
9. To think, purpose, n? y. ashith.
Dan. 6. 3 the king thought to set him over the wh.
10. To bethink self, ropy ashath, 7.
Jon. i. 6 if so be that God will think upon us, that
11. To judge, adjudge, V1
?? palal, 3.
Gen. 48. H I had not thought to see thy face ; and, lo
12. ft was good before me, nnj 152* shephar qodam.
Dan. 4. 2 I thought it good to show the signs and
13. To think, estimate, ~\yy shaar.
Prov 23. 7 as he thinketh in his heart, so (is) he : Eat
14.7*0 see, njo raah.
2 Sa. 1 8. 27 Me thinketh the running of the foremost
15. In the eyes of, TM beene.
t
Jf 00136. 6 Let them marry to whom they think best
977
2 Sa. 4. 10 one told me .. thinking to have brought go.
10. 3 Thinkest thou that David doth honour thy
13. 2 Amnon thought it hard for him to do any
19. 18 and todo what he thought good. And Sh
i Ch.n,. 3 Thinkest thou that David doth honour thj
Zech ii. 12 If ye think good, give (me) my price ; and
16. To reckon through, reason, 5t.a\oyio/j.ai dialog
Luke 12. 17 he thought within himself, saying, Wha
17. To think, SoKtw dokeo.
M att. 3. 9 think not to say within yourselves, We ha.
6. 7 they think that they shall be heard for tli
17. 25 What thinkest thou, Simon? of whom d_
18. 12 How think ye? If a man have an hundred
21. 28 whatthinkye? A (certain) man had two so.
22. 17 What thinkest thou? Is it lawful to give
22. 42 Saying, What think ye of Christ? whose
24. 44 in such an hour as ye think not the Son
26. 53 Thiukest thou that I cannot now pray to
26. 66 What think ye? They answered and said
Luke 10. 36 Which now of these three, thinkest thou
12. 40 cometh at an hour when ye think not
13. 4 think ye that they were sinners above all
19. ii they thought that the kingdom of God sh
John 5. 39 for in them ye think ye have eternal life
5. 45 Do not think that I will accuse you to the
11. 13 they thought that he had spoken of taking
11. 56 What think ye, that he will not come to
13. 29 some (of them) thought, because Judas
16. 2 whosoever killeth you will think that he
Acts 12. 9 and wist not. .but thoughthe saw a vision
26. 9 I verily thought with myself, that I ought
1 Co. 4. 9 I think that God hath set forth us the ap.
7. 40 and I think also that I have the Spirit of
8. 2 if any man think that he knoweth any th.
10. 12 let him that thinketh he standeth take
12 23 those (members), .which we think to be
14. 37 If any man think himself to be a prophet
2 Co. ii. 16 Let no man think me a fool: if otherwise
12. 19 think ye that we excuse ourselves unto
Gal. 6. 3 if a man think himself to be something
Phil. 3. 4 If any other man thinketh that he hath
Jag. 4. 5 Do ye think that the Scripture saith in
18. To bear or have in the mind, tv6v/j.fo/j.ai enthu.
Matt. i. 20 while he thought on these things, behold
9. 4 Wherefore think ye evil in your hearts ?
Acts 10. 19 While Peter thought on the vision, the S.
1.9. To lead, account, esteem, 7]yfofj.ai hegeomai.
Acts 26. 2 I think myself happy, king Agrippa, bee.
2 Co. 9. 5 I thought it necessary to exhort the bret.
Phil. 2. 6 thought it not robbery to be equal with
2 Pe. i. 13 I think it meet, as long as I am in this
20. To judge, Kpivca krino.
Acts 26. 8 Why should it be thought a thing incred.
21.70 reckon, \oyiofj.ai logizmnai.
Rom. 2. 3 thinkest thou this, O man, that judgest
1 Co. 13. 5 is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil
13. ii I understood as a child, I thought as a ch.
2 Co. 3. 5 sufficient of ourselves to think any thing
10. * think to be bold against some, which th.
10. 7 let him of himself think this again, that
10. ii Let such an one think this, that, such as
12. 6 lest any man should think of me above th.
Phil. 4. 8if(therebe)anypraise,thinkonthesethings
22. To ponder, understand, conceive, voiw noeo.
Eph. 3. 20 abundantly above all that we ask or think
23. To account, reckon in law, i>o/j.[<a nomizo.
Matt. 5. 17 Think not that I am come to destroy the
10. 34 Think not that I am come to send peace
Acts 8. 20 thou hast thought that thegift of Godmay
17. 29 we ought not to think that the Godhead
i Co. 7. 36 if any man think that he behaveth him.
2 4. To be of opinion, think, suppose, olo^ai oiomai.
Jas. i. 7 let not that man think that he shall rece.
25. To ponder under, suspect, suppose, vvovoiu.
Acts 13. 25 he said, Whom think ye that 1 am? I am
26. To make to appear, <t>aiv<a phaino.
Marki4 . 64 Ye have heard the blasphemy: what think
27. To be of opinion, set the affections on, tppoviu.
Acts 28. 22 we desire to hear of thee what thou thi.
Rom. 12. 3 highly than he ought to chink.but to think
i Co. 4. 6 that ye might learn in us not [to think] (of
13. ii I thought as a child ; but when I became
Phil. i. 7 as it is meet for me to think this of you
THINK evil, good, more highly, on, corn, upon, to
l.To be mindful, remember, 157 zuk.or.
Gen. 40. 14 think on me when it shall be well with
Neh. 5. 19 Think upon me, my God, for good, (accor).
6. 14 My God, think thou upon Tobiah and Sa.
1. To devise, desire, 05; zamam.
Prov. 30. 32 if thou hast thought evil, (lay) thine hand
3. Be contemptible in., .eyes, ivjn nj? [bazah] Est.3.6.
4. To cast or throw upon, (iri&d\\<a epiballo.
Marki4. 72 And when he thought thereon, he wept
. Consider fitting, atou axioo. Acts 15. 38.
5. To think well, tvSoKfw eudokeo.
i Th. 3. i we thought it good to be left at Athens
6. To think too highly, virp<f>povf(t> huperphroneo.
. 3 not to think, .more highly than he ought
THIRD
THIRD (part, rank, time, loft), thirdly
1. Three, n^nStp, why shalosh,
Exodig. 15 Be ready against the third dav : come not
1 Ki.is. 28, 33 in the third year of Asa king of Judak
2 Ki.iS. i in the third year of Iloshea son of Klah
i Ch.26. ii Hilkiah the second, Tebaliah the third
a^Ch.17. 7 in the third year of his reign he sent to
Esth. i. 3 In the third year of his reign, he made a
Dan. i. i In the third year of thereign of Jehoiukim
8. i In the third year of the reign of king Bel.
10. i In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia
2. Third, V hy shelishi.
Gen. i. 13 evening and . .morning were the third day
2. 14 the name of the third river (is) liiddekel
6. 16 lower.second, and third . . shalt thou make
22. 4 onthethirddayAbrahamlifteduphiseyes
31. 22 it was told Laban on the third day that
32. 19 so commanded he the second, and the th.
34. 25 it came to pass on the third day, when
40. 20 it came to pass the third day. . Pharaoh s
42. 18 Joseph said unto them the third day. This
Exodig. i In the third month, when the children of
19. ii be ready against thethirdday : forthethe
19. 16 it came to pass on the third day, in the
28. 19 the third row a ligure, an agate, and an
39. 12 the third row, a ligure, an agate, and an
Lev. 7. 17 the remainder. . on the third day shall be
7. 1 8 if . .the flesh, .be eaten at all on the third
19. 6 if ought remain until the third day, it sh.
19. 7 if it be eaten at all on the third day, it (it) Num. 2. 24 they shall go forward in the third rank
7. 24 On the third day Eliab the son of Helon
15. 6 mingled with the third, .of an hin of oil
15. 7 thou shalt offer the third . .of an hin of
19. 12 on the third day. .but if., not. .the third
19. 19 sprinkle upon the unclean on the third
28. 14 and the third (part) of an hin unto a ram
29. 20 on the third day eleven bullocks, tworama
31. 19 on the third day, and on the seventh day
Deut 23. 8 The children . . in their third generation
26. 12 the tithes of thine increase the third year
Josh. 9. 17 and came unto their, cities on the third
19. 10 the third lot came up for the children of
Judg 20. 30 Israel went up .. on the third day, and put
1 Sa. 3. 8 LORD called Samuel again the third time
17. 13 and the third, Hhammah
19. 21 Saul sent messengers again the third time
20. 5 that I may hide myself . .unto the third
20. 12 about tomorrow any time, (or) the third
30. i it came to pass . . on the third day, that the
2 Sa. i. 2 It came even to pass on the third day.that
3. 3 the third, Absalom, the son of Maacah
1 8. 2 sent .. a third part . . a third part . . a third
i Ki. 3. 1 8 the third day after that I was delivered
6. 6 the third (was) seven cubits broad, for wi.
6. 8 went up . . out of the middle into the third
12. 12 third day. .saying, Come..again the third
1 8. i the word . . came to Elijah in the third year
22. 2 it came to pass in the third year, that Je.
a Ki. i. 13 the third fifty, .the third captain of fifty
ii. 5 A third part of you that enter in on the
11. 6 a third part .. a third part at the gate
19. 29 in the third year sow ye, and reap, and
20. 5 on the third day thou shalt go up unto the
20. 8 and that I shall go up. .the third day?
1 Ch. 2. 13 Abinadab the second, and Shimma theth.
3. 2 The third, Absalom the son of Maachah
3. 15 the second Jehoiakim, the third Zedekiah
8. i Ashbel the second, and Aharah the third
8. 39 Jehush the second, and Eliphelet the third
12. 9 the first, Obadiah the second, Eliab the th.
23. 19 first, Amariah the second, Jahaziel the th.
24. 8 The third to Harim, the fourth to Seorim
24. 23 Jahaziel the third, Jekameam the fourth
25. 10 The third to Zaccur, (he), his sons, and
26. 2 Zebadiah the third, Jathniel the fourth
26. 4 Joah the third, and Sacar the fourth, and
26. ii Hilkiah the second, Tebaliah the third
27. 5 The third captain of the host for the third
2 Ch. 10. 12 the third day . . saying, Come . . the third
15. 10 in the third month, in the fifteenth year
23 4 A third part of you entering on the sabbath
23. 5 a third part . . and a third part at the gate
27- S Pay- .both the second year and the third
31. 7 In the third month they began to lay the
Neh. 10. 32 with the third part of a shekel for the ser.
Esth. 5. i it came to pass on the third day, that Es.
8. 9 in the third month, that (is), the month
Job 42. 14 and the name of the third, Keren-happuch
Isa. 19. 24 In that day shall Israel be the third with
37. 30 in the third year sow ye, and reap, and pi.
Jer. 38. 14 into the third entry that (is) in the house
Eze. 5. 2, 12 a third part., a third part., a third part
10. 14 the third the face of a lion, and the fourth
21. 14 let the sword be doubled the third time
31. i in the eleventh year, in the third (month)
46. 14 the third part of an hin of oil, to temper
Hos. 6. 2 in the third day he will raise us up, and
Zech. 6. 3 in the third chariot white horses, and in
15. 8 it shall come to pass, .the third shall be
13. 9 I will bring the third part through the
3. Those of a third generation, D V*?V shilleshim.
Gen. 50. 23 Joseph saw Ephraim s children of the th.
Exod2o. 5 upon the children unto the third and fo.
34. 7 upon the children s children, unto the th.
Numi4- 18 upon the children unto the third and fo.
Deut. 5. 9 upon the children unto the third and fou.
i.Third, in^p telithai.
Dan. 2. 39 another third kingdom of brass, which
123
THIRD 978 THIRTY
5. Three, nS?, rh telath.
Ezra 6. 15 tliis house was finished on the third day-
Dan. 5. 16 and shalt be the third ruler in the kingd.
5 . 29 he should be the third ruler in the king.
6. Third, J^n talti.
Dan. 5. 7 and shall be the third ruler in the kingd.
7. Third, rplrov triton.
i Co. 12. 28 thirdly teachers, after that miracles, then
8. Third, rpirot tritos.
Matt 16. 21 be killed, and be raised again the third
17. 23 the third day he shall be raised again
20. 3 he went out about the third hour and saw
20. 19 crucify . .and the third day he shall rise
22. 26 the second also, and the third, unto the
26. 44 went away again, and prayed [the third ti ]
27. 64 sepulchre be made sure until the third
Mark 9. 31 after that he is killed, he shallrise the th.
10. 34 shall kill him : and [the third day] he shall
i2. 21 neither left he any seed, and the third li.
14. 41 he cometh the third time, and saith unto
15. 25 it was the third hour, and they crucified
Luke 9. 22 and be slain, and be raised the third day
12. 38 if he shall come, .in the third watch, and
13. 32 and the third (day) I shall be perfected
18. 33 and the third day he shall rise again
20. 12 again he sent a third : and they wounded
20.31 the third took her ; andinlikemannerthe
23. 22 he said unto them the third time, Why
24. 7 and be crucified, and the third day rise
24. 21 to day is the third day since these things
24. 46 and to rise from the dead the third day
John 2. i the third day there was a marriage in Cana
21. 14 This is now the third time that Jesus sh.
21. 17 He saith unto him the third time, Simon
21. 17 he said unto him the third time, Lovest
\cts 2. 15 seeing it is (but) the third hour of the day
10. 40 Him God raised up the third day, and
23. 23 Make ready . .at the third hour of the ni.
27. 19 the third (day) we cast out with our own
1 Co. 1 5. 4 he rose again the third day according to
2 Co. 12. 2 such an one caught up to the third heaven
12. 14 the third time I am ready to come to you
13. i This (is) the third (time) I am coming to
Rev. 4. 7 the third beast had a face as a man, and
6. 5 opened the third seal, I heard the third
8. 7 the third part of trees was burnt up, and
8. 8 and the third part of the sea became bio.
8. 9 the third part of the creatures which were
8. 9 and the third part of the ships were des.
8. 10 the third angel sounded, and there fell a
8. 10 it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and
8. ii the third part of the waters became worm.
8. 12 the third part of the sun was smitten, and
8. 12 the third part of the moon, and the third
8. 12 the third part of them was darkened
8. 12 day shone not tor a third part of it
9. 15 were loosed . . to slay the third part of men
9. 18 By these three was the third part of men
11. 14 behold, the third woe cometh quickly
12. 4 his tail drew the third part of the stars of
14. 9 the third angel followed them, saying wi.
16. 4 the third angel poured out his vial upon
21. 19 the second, sapphire; the third, a chalce.
9. Third story (of a building), rpicmyov tristegon.
Acts 20. 9 fell down from the third loft, and was ta.
THIKD time, to do it a
To do a thing a third time, vty shalash, 3.
1 Ki.iS. 34 Do (it) the third time.. did (it) the third t.
THIRST, to (suffer) thirst
1. Thirst, N2y tsama.
Exodi7- 3 to kill us and our children . .with thirst?
Deut28. 48 in hunger, and in thirst, and in nakedness
Judgi5- 18 now shall I die for thirst, and fall into the
2 Ch.32. ii to die by famine and by thirst, saying, The
Is eh. 9. 15 broughtest forth water, .for their thirst
9. 20 and gavest them water for their thirst
Psa. 69. 21 in my thirst they gave me vinegar to dr.
104. ii They give drink, .asses quench their thirst
Isa. 41. 17 their tongue faileth for thirst, I the LORD
50. 2 their fish stinketh . . and dieth for thirst
Jer. 48. 18 come down from (thy) glory, and sit in th.
Lam. 4. 4 cleaveth to the roof of his mouth for thi.
Hos. 2. 3 like a dry land, and slay her with thirst
Amos 8. ii not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for
8. 13 fair virgins and young men faint forthirst
2. Thirsty, us* tsame.
Deut29. 19 though I walk . .to add drunkenness to th.
Isa. 55. i Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to
3.7*0 thirst, be thirsty, NDy tsame.
Exodi7. 3 the people thirsted there for water; and
Job 24. ii tread (their) wine presses, and sulfcr thi.
Psa. 42. 2 My soul thirsteth for God, for the living
63. i my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh long.
Isa. 48. 21 they thirsted not (when) he led them thr.
49. 10 They shall not hunger nor thirst ; neither
4. Thirst, nx?x tsimah.
Jer. 2. 25 Withhold . . thy throat from thirst: butth.
5. Thirst, ncy tsamah.
Isa. 5. 13 and their multitude dried up with thirst
6. To thirst, be thirsty, Strata dipsao.
Matt. 5. 6 Blessed (are) they which do. .thirst after
John 4. 13 Whosoever drinketh of this water, .thirst
4. 14 [drinketh of the water..shall never thirst]
4. 15 give me this water, that I thirst not, ne.
6. 35 hethatbelieveth on me shall never thirst
John 7. 37 If any man thirst, let him come unto me
19. 28 After this, Jesus knowing, .saith, I thirst
Rom 12. 20 if he thirst, give him drink : for in so do.
1 Co. 4. ii we both hunger, and thirst, and are nak.
Rev. 7. 16 shall hunger no more, neither thirst any
7. Thirst, 5tyo* dipsos.
2 Co. 1 1. 27 in watchings often, in hunger and thirst
THIRSTY (land), to be thirsty
1. Weary, wearied, *$ aycpli.
Psa. 63. i longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land
143. 6 my soul (thirsteth) after thee, as a thirsty
Prov2s. 25 (As) cold waters to a thirsty soul, so (is)
2. Thirst, xcy tsama.
Eze. 19. 13 she (is) planted. .in a dry and thirsty gr.
3. Thirsty, NDy tsame.
2 Sa. 17. 29 The people (is) hungry, and weary, andth.
Psa. 107. 5 Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in
Prov 25. 21 and if he be thirsty, give him water to dr.
Isa. 21. 14 brought water to him that was thirsty
29. 8 as when a thirsty (man) dreameth, and
32. 6 he will cause the drink of the thirsty to fail
44. 3 I will pour water upon him that is thirsty
4. To thirst, be thirsti/, N!?y tsame.
Judg. 4. 19 Give me. .a little water, .for I am thirsty
Isa. 65. 13 servants shall drink, but ye shall be thir.
5. Thirst, thirsty, PNBV tsimmaon.
Isa. 35. 7 and the thirsty laud springs of water : in
6. To thirst, be thirsty, 5i^aco dipsao.
Matt 25. 35 I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink : I
25. 37 when saw we thee.. thirsty, and gave (th.)
25. 42 I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink
THIRTEEN, thirteenth
Three (and) ten,-\?y nyiS;?, rrfyy y^y shelosh esreh.
Gen. 14. 4 and in the thirteenth year they rebelled
17. 25 his sou (was) thirteen years old when he
Num. 3. 43, 46 two hundred and threescore and thir.
29. 14 unto every bullock of the thirteen bullocks
Josh. 19. 6 Sharuhen; thirteen cities and their villa.
21. 4 of the tribe of Benjamin, thirteen cities
21. 6 and out of the half tribe . . thirteen cities
21.19 (were) thirteen cities with their suburbs
21. 33 according to their families (were) thirteen
i Ki. 7. i was building his own house thirteen years
i Ch. 6. 60 cities throughout their families (were)th.
6. 62 out of the tribe of Manasseh .. thirteen ci.
24. 13 The thirteenth to Huppah, the fourteenth
25. 20 The thirteenth to Shubael, (he), his sons
Esth. 3. 12 on the thirteenth day of the first month
3. 13 inoneday,(even)uponthe thirteenth (day)
8. 12 upon the thirteenth (day) of the twelfth
9. i the month Adar, on the thirteenth day of
9. 17 On the thirteenth day of the month Adar
9. 18 assembled togetheron the thirteenth (d.)
Jer. i. 2 word of the LORD came. .in the thirteenth
25. 3 From the thirteenth year of Josiah the son
Eze. 40. 1 1 (and) the length of the gate, thirteen cu.
THIRTY, thirtyfold, thirtieth
1. Thirty, DTpW sheloshim.
Gen. 5. 3 Adam lived an hundred and thirty years
5. 5 days . . were nine hundred and thirty years
5.16 lived . . eight hundred and thirty years, and
6. 15 fifty cubits, and the height of it thirty cu.
ii. 12 Arphaxad lived five and thirty years, and
11.14 And Salah lived thirty years, and begat
ii. 16 Eber lived four and thirty years, and be.
ii. 17 Eber lived, .fourhundred and thirty years
ii. 18 And Peleg lived thirty years, and begat
ii. 20 And Reu lived two and thirty years
11. 22 Serug lived thirty years, and begat Nahor
1 8. 30 Peradventure there shall thirty be found
1 8. 30 he said, I will not do (it) if I find thirty
25. 17 an hundred and thirty and seven years
32. 15 Thirty milch camels with their colts, forty
41. 46 Joseph (was) thirty years old when he st.
46. 15 sons and his daughters (were) thirty and
47. 9 The days, .(are) an hundred and thirty
Exod.6. 16, 20 (were) an hundred thirty and seven ye.
6. 1 8 the years, .(were) an hundred thirty and
12. 40 sojourning, .(was) four hundred and thirty
12. 41 the end of the four hundred and thirty
21. 32 he shall give unto their master thirty she.
26. 8 length of one curtain (shall be) thirty cub.
36, 1 5 The length of one curtain (was) thirty cub.
38. 24 seven hundred and thirty shekels, after
Lev. 12. 4 shall then continue, .three and thirty days
27. 4 then thy estimation shall be thirty shek.
Num. i. 35 thirty and two thousand and two hundred
1. 37 thirty and five thousand and four hundred
2. 21 thirty and two thousand and twohundred
2. 23 thirty and five thousand and four hundr.
4- 3>
2 3i 3> 35> 39 43> 47 From thirty years old
4. 40 two thousand and six hundred and thirty
7. 13 the weight, .(was) an hundred and thirty
So in verse 19, 25, 31, 37, 43, 49, 55, 61, 67, 73, 79, 85.
20. 29 they mourned for Aaron thirty days, (even)
26. 7 three thousand and seven hundred and
26. 37 thirty and two thousand and five hundred
26. 51 and a thousand seven hundred and thirty
31. 35 thirty and two thousand persons in all, of
31. 36 and thirty thousand and five hundred sh.
31. 38 the beeves (were) thirty and six thousand
31. 39 the asses (were) thirty thousand and five
31. 40 of which the LORD S tribute (was) thirty
31. 43 thirty thousand (and) seven thousand and
31. 44 And thirty and six thousand beeves
31. 45 And thirty thousand asses and five hund.
Deut. 2. 14 the space, .(was) thirty and eight years
34. 8 And the children of Israel wept, .thirty
Josh. 7. 5 men of Ai smote of them about thirty
8. 3 Joshua chose out thirty thousand mighty
12. 24 king of Tirzah, one : all the kings thirty
Judg 10. 4 he had thirty sons that rode on thirty
10. 4 they had thirty cities, which are called
12. 9 he had thirty sons, and thirty daughters
12. 9 took in thirty daughters from abroad for
12. 14 he had forty sons and thirty nephews, that
14. ii they brought thirty companions to be with
14. 12, 13 thirty sheets and thirty change of ga.
14. 19 slew thirty men of them, and took their
20. 31 began to smite, .about thirty men of Is.
20. 39 kill of the men of Israel about thirty pe.
1 Sa. 4. 10 there fell of Israel about thirty thousand
9. 22 were bidden, which (were)about thirty pe.
11. 8 and the men of Judah thirty thousand
13. 5 thirty thousand chariots, and six thousand
2 Sa. 5. 4 David (was) thirty years old when he be.
3. 5 he reigned thirty and three years overall
6. i all (the) chosen (men) of Israel, thirty tho.
23. 13 three of the thirty chief went down, and
23. 23 He was more honourable than the thirty
23. 24 the brother of Joab, (was) one of the th.
23. 39 Uriah the Hittite : thirty and seven in all
1 Ki. 2. ii thirty and three years reigned he in Jer.
4. 22 Solomon s provision for one day was th.
5. 13 and the levy was thirty thousand men
6. 2 the house, .the height thereof thirty cu.
7. 2 the height thereof thirty cubits, upon four
7. 6 the breadth thereof thirty cubits : and
7. 23 aline of thirty cubits did compass it rou.
16. 23 In the thirty and first year of Asa kingof
16. 29 in the thirty and eighth year of Asa king
20. i (there were) thirty and two kings with him
20. 15 and they were two hundred and thirty two
20. 1 6 the thirty and two kings that helped him
22. 31 the king of Syria commanded his thirty
22. 42 Jehoshaphat (was) thirty and five years
2 Ki. 8. 17 Thirty and two years old was he when he
13. 10 In the thirty and seventh year of Joash
15. 8 In the thirty and eighth year of Azariah
15. 13 began to reign in the nine and thirtieth
15. 17 In the nine and thirtieth year of Azariah
18. 14 hundred talents of silver, and thirty tal.
22. i he reigned thirty and one years in Jerus.
25. 27 in the seven and thirtieth year of the cap.
1 Ch. 3. 4 in Jerusalem he reigned thirty and three
7. 4 soldiers for war, six and thirty thousand
7. 7 twenty and two thousand and thirty and
ii. 15 Now three of the thirty captains went do.
ii. 25 he was honourable among the thirty, but
11. 42 captainof the Reubenites, and thirty with
12. 4 mighty..among the thirty, and over the th.
12. 34 shield and spear thirty and seven thousand
1 5. 7 and his brethren an hundred and thirty
19. 7 So they hired thirty and two thousand ch.
23. 3 from the age of thirty years ar.d upward
23. 3 their number, .was thirty and eight thous.
27. 6 mighty (among) the thirty, and above the t.
29. 27 thirty and three (years) reigned he in Je.
2 Ch. 3. 15 made before the house two pillars of thirty
4. 2 line of thirty cubits did compass it round
15. 19 no (more) war unto the five and thirtieth
1 6. i In the six and thirtieth year of the reign
1 6. 12 Asa in the thirty and ninth year of his re.
20. 31 (He was) thirty and five years old when he
21. 5 Jehoram (was) thirty and two years old
21. 20 Thirty and two years old was he when he
24. 15 an hundred and thirty years old (was he)
34. i reigned in Jerusalem one and thirty yea.
35. 7 to the number of thirty thousand, and
Ezra i. 9 number of them: thirty chargers of gold
1. 10 Thirty basins of gold, silver basins of a se.
2. 35 three thousand and six hundred and thi.
2. 42 porters, .all an hundred thirty and nine
2. 65 seven thousand three hundred thirty and
2. 66 Their horses (were) seven hundred thirty
2. 67 Their camels, four hundred thirty and
Neh. 5. 14 even unto the two and thirtieth year of
7. 38 three thousand nine hundred and thirty
7. 45 children of Shobai, an hundred thirty and
7. 67 seven thousand three hundred thirty and
7. 68 Their horses, seven hundred thirty and
7. 69 camels, four hundred thirty and five; six
7. 70 five hundred and thirty priests garments
13. 6 in the two and thirtieth yearof Artaxerxes
Esth. 4. ii to come in untotheking these thirty days
Jer. 38. 10 Take from hence thirty men with thee
52. 29 from Jerusalem eight hundred thirty and
52. 31 came to pass in the seven and thirtieth
Eze. i. i Now it came to pass in the thirtieth year
40. 17 thirty chambers (wen-) upon the pavement
41. 6 one over another, and thirty in order; and
46. 22 of forty (cubits) long, and thirty broad
Dan 12 12 thousand three hundred and five and thi.
Zecb.xi. 12 So they weighed for my price thirty (pie.)
11.13 took the thirty (pieces) of silver, and cast
"2. Thirty, JTrVp telathin.
Dan. 6. 7 ksk a petition of any god or man for thirty
6. 12 ask. .of any god or man within thirty days
^.Thirty, rpiaKovra triakonta.
Matt 13. 8 hundred fold, some sixty fold, some thir.
13. 23 an hundred fold, some sixty, some thirty
26. 15 covenanted with him for thirty pieces of
27. 3 brought again the thirty pieces of silver
27. 9 And they took the thirty pieces of silver
Mark 4. 8 brought" forth, some thirty, and some six.
4. 20 bring forth fruit, some thirty fold, some
Luke 3. 23 Jesus himself began to be about thirty ye.
THIS
John 5. 5 which had an infirmity thirty and eight
6. 19 rowed about Jive and twenty or thirty fu.
Gal. 3. 17 which was four hundred and thirty years
THIS
1. These, nVx eleh.
Exod3 8. 21 This is the sum of the tabernacle, (even)
2. This, PU geli (error for zeh).
Eze. 47. 13 This (shall be) the border whereby ye sh.
Z.This, K-I da.
Dan. 4 30 Is not this great Babylon, that I have bu.
7. 8 in this horn (were) eyes like the eyes of
4. This, ^, ^ dak, dek.
Ezra 4. 13 if this city be builded, and the walls set
4. 15 know, that this city (is) a rebellious city
4. 15 for which cause was this city destroyed
4. 16 certify the king, that if this city be buil.
4. 19 it is found that this city of old time hath
4. 21 that this city be not builded, until (ano.)
5. 8 this work goeth fast on, and prospereth
5. 17 to build this house of God at Jerusalem
6. 7 Let the work of this house of God alone
6. 7 governor, .build this house of God in his
6. 8 for the building of this house of God; th.
6. 12 destroy this house of God which (is) at J.
5. This, IST dikken.
Dan. 2. 31 This great image, whose brightness (was)
45. This, J1 den.
Ezra 4. 1 1 This (is) the copy of the letter that they
4. 16 by this means thou shalt have no portion
4. 22 Take heed now that ye fail not to do this
5. 3 build this house, and to make up this wall
5. 4 names of the men that make this building?
5. 5 returned answer by letter concerning this
5. 9 Who commanded you to build this housi,
5. 12 who destroyed this house, and carried the
5. 13 king Cyrus made a decree to build this
6. ii whosoever shall alter this word, let timb.
6. ii let his house be made a dunghill for this
6. 15 this house was finished on the third day
6. 16 kept the dedication of this house of God
6. 17 offered at the dedication of this house of
7. 17 thou niayest buy speedily with this money
7. 24 touching any of the . . ministers of this ho.
Dan 2. 12 For this cause the king was angry and ve.
2. 18 would desire mercies, .concerning this se.
2. 30 this secret is not revealed to me for (any)
2. 36 This. (is) the dream ; and we will tell the
2. 47 seeing thou couldest reveal this secret
3. 16 we (are) not careful to answer thee in this
4. 18 This dream I king Nebuchadnezzar have
4. 24 This(is)theinterpretationOking,and..the
5. 7 Whosoevershall read this writing, and sh.
5. 15 that they should read this writing, and
5. 22 not humbled, .though thou kuewest all th.
5. 24 sent from him ; and this writing was wri.
5. 25 this (is) the writing that was written, M.
5. 26 This (is) the interpretation of the thing
6. 3 Then this Daniel was preferred above the
6. 5 shall not find any occasion against this D.
6. 28 So this Daniel prospered in the reign of D.
7. 6 After this I beheld, and lo another, like
7. 7 After this I saw in the night visions, and
7. 16 asked him the truth of all this. So he told
I.Ile himself, the same, Kin h/u..
Gen. 15. 2 steward ofmy house (is) this Eliezer of Da.
9. He himself, the same, xinn ha-hu.
i Sa. i. 3 this man went up out of his city yearly to
$.She, it, herself, itself, the same, N n hi.
Josh io. 13 (Is) not this written in the book of Jasher?
Jer. 29. 28 This (captivity is) long: build ye houses
Dan. 4. 24 this is the decree of the most high, which
10. She herself, itself, the sa,me, N nn ha-hi.
Num. 5. 31 and this woman shall bear her iniquity
11. This, that, iWi hallaz.
Judg. 6. 20 lay (them) upon this rock, and pour out the
i Sa. 17. 26 to the man that killeth this Philistine, and
Dan. 8. 16 make this (man) to understand the vision
Zech. 2. 4 Run, speak to this young man, saying, Je.
l2.This, that, niVrr hallazeh.
Gen. 24. 65 What man (is) this that walkethin the fl.
37. 19 said one to another, Behold this dreamer
12. This, that, \bnhdllezu.
Eze. 36. 35 This land that was desolate is become Ii.
1 4. They themselves, nsn hemah.
Nuni2<x 13 This (is) the water of Meribah; because
IS.This, that, n.si zoth.
Gen. 2. 23 This (is) now bone of my bones, and flesh
29. 27 we will give thee this also for the service
34. 15 But in this will we consent unto you : If
45. 23 to his father he sent after this (manner)
Exod 7. 23 neither did he set his heart to this also
1 Sa. ii. 2 On this (condition) will I make (a coven.)
2 Ch. 20. 17 Ye shall not (need)to fight in this (battle) Job 37. i At this also my heart trembleth, and is
Isa. 27. 9 By this therefore shall the iniquity of J.
30. 7 therefore have I cried concerning this, T.
Jer. 5. 7 How shall I pardon thee for this? thy ch.
Eze. 21. 26 this(shall)not(be)thesame:exalthimthat
16. This, that, nxiri haz-zoth.
Gen. 12. 7 Unto thy seed will I give this land: and
17. As this, thus, riNij ka-zoth.
Judg 15. 7 Though ye have done this, yet will I be
979
18. This, nizeh.
Geii. 5. "i This (is) the book of the generations of A.
38. 21 they said, There was no harlot in this
41. 38 Can wefind (such a one) as this (is), a man
1 Sa. 25. 21 in vain have I kept all that this (fellow)
Eccl. 6. 5 not seen the sun. .tliis hath more rest th.
19. This, njn haz-aeh.
Gen. 7. i thee have I seen righteous, .in this gener.
20. This, ni zoh.
2 Ki. 6. 19 This (is) not the way, neither (is) this the
Eccl. 2. 24 This also I saw, that it (was) from the ha.
5. 16 this also (is) a sore evil, (that) in all poi.
5. 19 to rejoice in his labour ; this (is) the gift
7. 23 All this have I proved by wisdom: I said
9. 13 This wisdom have I seen also under the
Eze. 40. 45 This chamber, whose prospect (S)toward
21. This, ii zo.
Hos. 7. 16 This (shall be) their derision in the land
22. This, IT zu.
Psa. 12. 7 thou shalt preserve them from this gene.
62. ii twice have I heard this, thatpower(belo.)
Isa. 43. 21 This people have I formed for myself; th.
Hab. i. ii offend, (imputing) this his power unto his
23. Thus, rikoh.
2 Ch. 19. io warn them, .this do, and ye shall not tr.
Lam. 2. 20 and consider to whom thou hast done th.
24.S0, \3ken.
Amos 4. 5 for this liketh you, O ye children of Israel
25. This, it, AUTO auto.
John 12. 7 against, .my burying hath she kept this
2Q.That, that very ; he, she, it, eKftvos ekeinos.
Matt24. 43 But know this, that if the goodman of
27. This, that, OVTOS- houtos.
Matt. 3. 3 For this is he that was spoken of by the
Also in v. 17; 7. [12]; 8. 27; 9. 3; n. io; 12. 23, 24;
r 3- I 9 55 ; 14- 2 ; 5- 8 ; 17 5 ; 21. io, ii, 38 ; 26. 61, 71 ;
27- 37. 47. 54 ; 28. 15 ; Mark 2. 7 ; 4. 41 ; 6. 3 ; 7. 6 ; 9. 7 ;
12. 7; 14. 69; Luke 1.29, 36; 2. 34; 4.22, 36; 5. 21 ; 7. 17, 27,
49 ; 8. 25 ; 9. 9, 35 ; 14. 30 ; 15. 24, 30, 32 ; 17. 18 ; 18. n ;
20. 14; 22. 59; 23. [38], 47, 52; John i. 15, 30, 34; 2. 20; 4.
29, 42; 6. 14, 42, 50, 58, 60; 7. 25, 26, 31, 36, 40, 41, [46],
49; 9. 8, 9, 16, 19, 20, 24 ; ii. 47; 12. 34 ; 21. 23, 24; Acts
4- ii ; 6. 13, 14; 7. 37, 38, 40; 9. 21, 22 ; 17. 3, 18; 18. 13 ;
19. 26 ; 21. 28 ; 22. 26 ; 26. 31, 32 ; 28. 4; Rom. 4. 9 ; 9. 9 ;
Heb. 3. 3 ; 7. i ; 2 Pe. i. 17; i Jo. 5. 6, 20; 2 Jo. 7; Rev.
20. 14.
28. This, that, avrt) haute.
Matti3. 54 Whence . .this wisdom, and (these) mighty
Also in 21. 42; 22. 20, 38; 24. 34; 26. 8; Mark i. [27]; 8.
12 ; 12. ii, 16, [30, 31,] 43 ; 13. 30 ; 14. 4; Luke 2. 2 ; 4. 21 ;
8. 9, ii ; ii. 29; 21. 3, 32; 22. 53; John i. 19; 3. 19, 29;
8. [4]; ii. 4; 12. 30; 15. 12; 17. 3; Acts 5. [38]; 8. 32;
17. 19; 21. ii ; Rom. ii. 27; i Co. 8. 9; 9. 3; 2 Co. i.
12; 2. 6; ii. io; Eph. 3. 8; Titus i. 13; Heb. 8. io; 10.16;
Jas. i. 27 ; 3. 15 ; i Jo. i. 5 ; 2. 25 ; 3. n, 23 ; 5. 3, 4, 9,
11, ii, 14 ; 2 Jo. 6, 6 ; Rev. 20. 5.
29. These things, ravra tauta.
LukeiS. 23 when he heard this, he was very sorrcw.
John 5. i After this there was a feast of the Jews
19. 38 after this, Joseph of Arimathea, being a
Acts 15. 16 After this I will return, and will build ag.
Rev. 4. i After this I looked, and, behold, a door
7. 9 After this I beheld, and, lo, a great mult.
30. In this, ravrr) taute.
Matt. io. 23 when they persecute you in this city, flee
Also in 12.45; !6- J 8; 26. 31, 34; Mark 8. 12, 38; 14. [27],
30; Luke 11.30; 12. 20; 13. 7; 16. 24; 17. 6; 19. 42; Acts 18.
io; 22. 3; 27. 23; i Co. 9. 12; 15. 19; 2 Co. i. 15; 8. 7, 19,
20; ii. 17.
31. This, raiyTTjc tauten.
Matt. 1 1. 16 But whereunto shall I liken this general.? i
See also 15. [15]; 21. 23; 23. 36; Mark 4. 13; 10.5:11.28; I
12. io; Luke 4. 6, 23; 7. 44; 12. 41; 13. 6, 16; 15. 3; 18. 5, I
9; 20. 2, q, 19; John 2. n; 7. [8], 8; io. 6, 18; 12. 27; Acts i.
[i6];3- 16; 7. 4, 60; 8. 19; 22. 4, 28; 23. 13; 27. 21; 28.20,
20; Rom. 5. 2; 2 Co. 4. i; 12. 13; i Ti. i. 18; 2 Ti. 2. 19; i
1 e. 5. 12; 2 Pe. i. 18; 3. i; i Jo. 3. 3 ; 4. 21; 2 Jo. io; Rev.
2. 24; 12. 15.
32. Of this, TO.VTTJS tautes.
Matt. 12. 41 men. .shall rise in judgment with this ge.
Seealsov. 42; Luke 7. 31; 11.31,32,50, 51; 17. 25; Johnio.
16; 12. 27; 15. 13; Acts i. 17, 25; 2. 6, 29, 40; 5. 20; 6. 3; 8.
22; Acts io. 30; 13. 26; 19. 25, 40; 23. i; 24. 21; 26. 22; 28.
22; 2 Co. 9. 12, 13; Heb. 9. n; Rev. 22. 19.
33. This, TOUTO touto.
Matt. i. 22 Now all this was done, that it might be
See also 8. 9; 9.28; 13. 28; 15. ii; 16. 22; 17. [21]; 18. 4;
19. 26; 21. 4; 24. 14; 26. 9, 12, 13, 26, 28, 39, 42, 56; 28. 14; Mark i. [27]; 5. 32; g. 2I , 29; n. [3]; 14. [9], 22, 24, 36; Luke i. 18, 34, 43, 66; 2. 12, 15; 3. 20; 5. 6; 6. ^; 7. 4, 8;
9. 45, 48; io. ii, 28; 12. 18, 39; 13. 8; 16. 2; 18.34; 20- 71
22. 15, 17, 19, 19, 20, 23, 37, 42; John 2. 12, 22; 4. 15, 54;
5. 28 ; 6. 6, 29, 39, 40, 61 ; 7. 39; 8. [6], 40; n. 26, 51 ; 12.
5, 6, 18, 18, 27, 33; 13. 28; 16. 17, 18; 18. 34, 37, 37, 38;
19. 28 ; 20. 22 ; 21. 14, 19, 19 ; Acts 2. 12, 14, 16, 33; 4. 7,
22 ; 5. 4, 24, 38 ; 7. 60 ; 8. 34 ; 9. 21 ; io. 16 ; n. io ; 16.
18; 19. 10, 17, 27 ; 20. [29] ; 21. 23 ; 24. 14; 26. 16, 26; 27.
34; Rom. i. 12, 26 ; 2. 3 ; 6. 6; 9. 17; n. 25; 13. 6, 6; 14. 9,
I
3< 15-9. 28 ; i Co. 1. 12 ; 4. 17 ; 5. 2, 3 ; 7. 6, 26, 29, 35 ; 9.
17. [23!; I0- 28; ii. io, 17, 24, 24, 25, 25, [26], 30; 15. 50,53,
53. 54.541 2 Co. 2. i, 3, 9; 4. i ; 7. ii ; 8. io, 20 ; 9. 6 ; io. 7,
ii ; 13. i, 9; Gal. 3. 2, 17; Eph. 4. 17; s . 5 , 32 ; 6. i; Phil,
i. 6, 7, 9, 19, 22, 25 ; 2. 5, 15 ; Col. i. 9 ; 2. 4 ; 3. 20 ; i Ti. 2.
*3; 3- 51 4- 3. 15; 5- 18; 2 Th. 2. ii; 3. io; i Ti. 1.9, 16; I
a. 3 ; 4. 16 ; 2 Ti. i. 15 ; 3. i ; Heb. 6. 3:7. 27 ; 9. 8, 15, i
THISTLE
20,27; 13- 19; Jas. 4. 15; i Pe. i. 25; 2. io, 20; 4. 6;
2 le. i. 5) 20 ; 3. 3, 5, 8; i Jo. 3. 8; 4. 3; Jude 4, [5]; Rev. 2. 6.
34. To these, TOVTOIS toutois.
Lukei6. 26 beside all this, between us and you there
24. 21 beside all this, to day is the third day si.
35. This, TOVTOV touton.
Matt 19. it All. .cannot receive [this] saying, save
See olio 21. [44J; Mark 7 . 29; 14. 5 8, 71; Luke 9. 14; 12. 56;
16. 28; 19. 14; 23. 2, 14, 18; John 2. 19; 6. 34, 58; 7. 27; 9.
29, 30; 18. 40 ; 19. 12, 20 ; Acts 2. 32 ; 3. 16 ; 5. 37 ; 6. 14-
7. 35 ; 21. 28 ; 23. 17, 18, 25, 27; 24. 5 ; 25. 24 ; 28. 26 ; Rom.
9- 9J !S- 28; i Co. 3 . [i 2J; ii. 26,[27 ]; 2 Co. 4. 7 ;Heb.8.3-
36. Of this, TOVTOV toutou.
Matt 1 3. 15 For this people s heart is waxed gross, and
See also [22], [40]; 19. 5; 26. 29; 27. 24; Mark 4. [19];
io. 7; Luke 2. 17; 9. 45 ; 13. 16; 16. 8; 20. 34; John 4.
13; 6. 51; 8. 23; io. 41; ii. 9; 12. [31], 31; 13. i; 14.
[30]; 16. ii ; 18. 17, 29, 36, 36; Acts 5. 28; 6. [13] ; 9. 13 ;
13- 7>
2
3> 3s ; 15- 2, 6; 17. 32; 21. 28; 22. 22; 28. 9, 27; Rom. 7. 24; ii. 7; i Co. i. [20], 20; 2. 6, 6, 8; 3. 19; 5.
io ; 7. 31 ; 2 Co. 4. 4 ; 12. 8 ; Eph. 2. 2 ; 3 i, 14 ; 5. 31 ; 6.
12; Col. i. 27; Titus i. 5; Jas. i. 26; 2. [5]; Rev. 22. 7,
9, 10, 18.
37. These, TOVTOVS toutous.
Acts 1 6. 36 the keeper of the prison told [this] saying
38. To this, rovrta touto.
Matt. 8. 9 I say to this. .Go, and he goeth ; and to
See also 12. 32; 13. 54, 56; 17. 20; 20. 14; 21. 21; Mark 6. 2; io. 30; n. 23; Luke i. 61 4. 3; io. 5, 20;
14. 9; 18. 30; 19. 9; 21. 23; 23.4, 14; John "
4 . 20, 21,27;
12- 25; 13. 35; 16. 30; 20. 30; Acts i. 6; 3. 12; 4. 17;
5- 28; 7. 7, 29; 8. 21, 29; 15. 15; 23. 9; 24. 2, io; Rom.
12. 2; 13. 9; i Co. 3. 18; 7. [31]; ii. 22; 14. 21 ; 2 Co.
3. io ; 5. 2; 9. 3; Gal. 6. 16; Heb. 4. 5; i Pe. 4. 16;
2 Pe. i. 13; i Jo. 3. io ; 4. 9, 17; 5. 2; Rev. 22. 18, 19.
[See also After, cause, day, hour, means, place, ouce,
side, time, way, wise].
THIS man, -woman, matter, thing, deed
l.This, ,-IT zeh.
2 Ki. 5. 7 God. .that this man doth send unto me to
2.This, p den.
Ezra 5. 17 send, .his pleasure .. concerning this mat.
3. This, nxi zoth.
i Ch.n. 19 God forbid it me, that I should do this th.
4. Thus, as thus, nps. kakah.
Esth. 9. 26 which they had seen concerning this nut.
5.At this, rovrco touto.
Acts 3. 12 Ye men of Israel, why marvel ye at this?
6. This, he, ovros houtos.
Markis. 39 said, Truly this man was the son of God
Luke 7.39; 14. 30; 15. 2; 18. 14; 22. 56; 23. 41 ; John
6. 52; 7. 15; 9. 2, 3, 33; ii. 37, 37 ; 21. 21 ; Acts i. 18; 4.
io ; 8. io ; 18. 25; Heb. 7. 4; io. 12; Jas. i. 25.
7. This, she, avrri haute, Mt. 26. 13; 1,11.7.45,46, &c.
8. This, she, TCWTTJJ/ tauten, Luke 13. 16.
9. This, she, TOUTO touto, Mark 5. 32; Lu. 22. 23, &e.
10. Thin, she, rovria toutii, Luke 14. 9.
THIS fashion, manner, sort, time, wise
I. Thus, riskoh.
Num. 6. 23 On this wise ye shall bless the children of
i Ki.22. 20 one said on this manner, and another said
2. Thus, so, NCJ5 kenema.
Ezra 4. 8 wrote . . to Artaxerxes the king in this sort
5. 4 Then said we unto them after this manner
Z.Now, vvv nun.
Matt 24. 21 the beginning of the world to this time
Marki3. 19 God created unto this time, neither shall
Acts 24. 25 Go thy way for this time ; when I have a
1 Co. 16. 12 his will was not at all to come at this time
4. Thus, so, OVTWS, ovrta houtos, houto.
Matt. i. 1 8 the birth of Jesus Christ was on this wise
Mark 2. 12 saying, We never saw it on this fashion
John2i. i After these things, .on this wise showed
Acts 7. 6 God spake on this wise, That his seed sh.
13. 34 he said on this wise, I will give you the
Rom io. 6 which is of faith speaketh on this wise
Heb. 4. 4 Fprhespake..oftheseveuth..on.thiswise
Rev. ii. 5 will hurt them, he must in this manner
5. Of these, rovrcav touton.
2 Ti. 3. 6 For of this sort are they which creep into
THIS place, side, way
1. Ifere, hither, njrr henah.
Josh. 8. 20 and they had no power to flee this way or
Eze. 1.23 every one . . two,which covered on this side
Dan. 12. 5 one on this side of the bank of the river
2. This, ni zeh.
Exod26. 13 on this side and on that side, to cover it
3. Thus, n3 koh.
Exod. 2. 12 he looked this way and that way, and wh.
Numn. 31 as it were a day s journey on this side
i.IIere, hither, o>8e hode
Matt 12. 6 in this place is (one) greater than the to.
Luke 23. 5 beginning from Galilee to this place
THISTLE
I. Thistle, bramble, Trn dardar.
Gen. 3.18 Thorns also and thistles shall it bring fo.
Hos. io. 8 the thistle shall come up on their altars
THITHER
2 Thorn, bramble, thicket, nin choach.
3 Ki 14. Q The thistle that (was) in Lebanon sent to
7 o there passed by . . and trode down the thi.
* Ch 2<T 1 8 The thistle that (was) in Lebanon sent to
2? 18 there passed by. .arid trode down the th.
Job 31. 40 Let thistles grow instead of wheat, and
3.4 thistle, rptpo\os tribolos.
Matt. 7. 16 gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles .
THITHER, thitherward
1. Ifere, hither, D^q halom.
i Sa. 10. 22 further, if the man should yet come tin.
2. Here, hither, njn henah.
Jer. 50. 5 they shall ask . . with their faces thitherw.
3. There, cy sham.
Deut. i. 37 saying, Thou also shalt not go m thither
i.There, thitJier, tKe t ekei.
Matt. 2. 22 when he heard, .he was afraid to go tint.
Mark 6. 33 many knew him, and ran afoot thither out
Lukei7. 37 thither will the eagles be gathered toget.
21 2 a certain poor widow casting in thither
Johm i. 8 sought to stone thee ; and goest thou th.
18 2 Jesus ofttimes resorted thither with his di.
18 3 cometh thither with lanterns and torches
Acts 17. 13 they came thither also, aud stirred up the
Rom1 5. 24 to be brought on my way thitherward ly
THO -KAS, &u>nas twin.
One of the twelve apostles of Jesus, aud called also
Didymus; he was zealous and Inquisitive, yet at ti
Incredulous at the report of the resurrection of Christ
Matt 10. 3 T., and Matthew the publican ; James
Jfiark 3. 18 Matthew, and T., and James the (son) of
fiuke 6 is Matthew, and T., James the (son) of Al.
John ii 16 Then said T., which is called Didymus.unto
14 5 T. saith unto him, Lord, we know not wh.
"o 24 But T. . .was not with them when Jesus
20 26 again his disciples were within, and T.
20 27 Then saith he to T., Reach hither thy
20 28 T answered and said unto him, My Lord
20 29 [T.,] because thou hast seen me, thou hast
21 2 There were together Simon Peter, and ! .
Acts i! 13 John, aud Andrew, Philip, aud T., Barth.
TSONGS
i thonq, strap, latchet, tjuas himas.
Acts 22. 25 as they bound him with thongs, Paul said
THORN, (of thorns)
1 A bramble- icx atad.
Psa. 58. 9 Before your pots can feel the thorns, he
1.A brier, pin, pin chedeq.
Prov 15. ig wayof the slothful .. as an hedge of thorns
3 Thorn, bramble, thicket, nin choach.
2 Ch -3 ii which took Manasseh among the thorns
Job 41. 2 or bore his jaw through with a thorn ?
Prov 26 9 (As) a thorn goeth up into the hand of a
Sonc 2 2 As the lily among thorns, so (is) my love
Hos 9. 6 For, lo. .thorns (shall be) in their tabern.
4. 1 thorn, psyj naalsuts.
Isa 7 19 and upon all thorns, and upon all bushes
55.13 Instead of the thorn shall come up the ttr
5 A thorn, hook, vp sir.
Eccl 7 6 For as the crackling of thorns under a pot
Isa 34 13 And thorns shall come up in her palaces
Hos 2 6 I will hedge up thy way with thorns, and
Xah. i. 10 For while (they be)folden together(as)th.
6 Briers, thorns, D aiVp sallonim.
Eze. 2. 6 though briers and thorns(be) with thee.and
7. Thorn, \ttsen.
job 5 5 taketh it even out of the thorns, and the
Prov 22. 5 Thorns. .snares(are)inthe wayofthefrow.
8 Thorns, D i J? tseninim.
Nuimi 55 pricks in your eyes, and thorns in your si.
Josh 23. 13 scourges in your sides, aud thorns in your
0..4 thorn, pp qots.
Gen 3 18 Thorns also and thistles shall it bring fo.
Exod22 6 If fire break out, and catch in thorns, so
JudK 8 7 I will tear your flesh with the thorns of
8 16 and thorns of the wilderness and briers
2 Sa 23. 6 all of them as thorns thrust away, because
Psa 118 i" they are quenched as the fire of thorns
Isa 32. 13 shall come up thorns (and) briers; yea
33 12 thorns cut up shall they be burned in the
Jer 4 3 thus saith the LORD, .sow not among th.
12 1 3 They have sown wheat, but shall reap th.
Eze 28. 24 nor. .grieving thorn of all . .round about
Hos. 10. 8 the thorn and the thistle shall come up
10. Kettle, thorn, jit?3p qimmashnn.
Prov 24. 31 And lo, it was all grown over with thorns
11. A thorn, rr shayith.
Isa. 5. 6 but there shall come up briers and thorns
7. 23 it shall (even) be for briers and thorns
7. 24 the land shall become briers and thorns
7 . 25 there shall not come, .the fear of.. thorns
9. 18 it shall devour the briers and thorns, an(
10. 17 burn and devour his thorns and his briers
27. 4 who would set the briers (and) thorns ag
12.X thorn, brier, &Kav6a akanthn.
Matt. 7. 16 Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of
13. 7 some fell among thorns ; and the thorns
13. 22 also that received seed among the thorns
27. 29 when they had platted a crown of thorns
Mark \. ^ sor>-: fell among thorns, and the thorns
980
Mark 4. 18 these are they which are sown amongth.
Luke 6. 44 For of thorns men do not gather tigs, nor
8. 7 some fell among thorns ; and the thorns
8, j 4 that which fell among thorns are they, wh.
Johnig. 2 soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put
Heb. 6. 8 But that which beureth thorns and briers
13. Thorny, made of thorns, a.Ka.v9ivos akanthinos.
Markis. 17 platted a crown of thorns, and put it ah.
John 19. 5 wearing the crown of thorns, and the pu.
14.>4 sharp stake, 2**lisade, <TKu\ofy skolops.
2 Co. 12. 7 there was given to me a thorn in the flesh
THORN hedge
..4. thorn hedge, npcp mesukah.
Mic. 7. 4 most upright (is sharper) than a thorn he.
THOROUGHLY
1. To do good or well, 3a; yatab, 5.
2 Ki. ii. 18 his images brake they in pieces thoroug.
1. To heal, repair, nz~l rapha, 3.
Exod2i. 19 and shall cause (him) to be thoroughly
THOSE (men, things)
1. These, ^N el.
Gen. 19. 25 he overthrew those cities, and all the pi.
Dcut. 7. 22 LORD thy God will put out those nations
1. These, n^N eleh.
Gen. 33. 5 Who (are) those with thee? And he said
3. These, -jVx illek.
Ezra 5. 9 Then asked we those elders, (and) said un.
Dan. 3. 22 flame of the fire slew those men that took
6. 24 they brought those men which had accus.
4. The men, DT$ri ha-annshim.
Numi4- 22 Because all those men which have seen
14. 37 Even those men that did bring up the evil
5.7/c, he himself, tain ha-hit.
i Sa. 30. 20 they drave before those, .cattle, and said
6. They themselves, crc hem.
Lev. ii. 27 that go on (all) four, those are unclean un.
7. They themselves, Diirj ha-hem.
Gen. 6. 4 There were giants in the earth in those
S.They themselves, ]sn, ion himmo, himmon.
Ezra 5. 14 those did Cyrus the king take out of the
9. They themselves, njn Jienah.
i Sa. 27. 8 for those . . of old the inhabitants of the
10. They themselves, njnn ha-henah.
i Sa. 17. 28 with whom hast thou left those few sheep
II. Them, avrovs autous.
Matt 21. 41 will miserably destroy those wicked men
John 1 7. ii keep through thine own name those whon
l 2.That, that very, he, she, it, fKelvos ekeinos.
Matt. 3. i In those days came John the Baptist, pr
\ee also 21. 40; 22. 7, 10; 24. 19, 22, 22, 29; 25. 7, 19
lark i. 9; 2. 20; 7. [15]; 8. i ; 12. 7; 13. 17, 19, 24; Luke
. i; 4. 2; 5. 35; 9. 36; 12. 37, 38; 13. 4; 14. 24; 19. 27
o. [i]; 21. 23; John 8. [10]; Acts 2. 18; 7. 41; 9. 37 . i- 3
5; 20. 2; Rom. 6. 21 ; Heb. 8. 10; 10. 16; Rev. 9. 6
3.As much, as great, ocros hosos.
Jude 10 But these speak evil of those things wh.
[i. These, those, TO.VTCI tauta.
John 8. 26 I speak to the world those things which
Acts 17. ii searched .. daily, whetherthose things we.
Phil. 3. 7 what things were gain to me, those I co.
4. 9 Those things, which ye have both learned
15. In these, those, ravrais tautais.
Luke i. 39 Mary arose in those days, and went into
6. 12 it came to pass in those days, that he went
Acts i. 15 in those days Peter stood up in the midst
6. i in those days, when the number of the di.
16. These, those, ravras tautas.
Luke i. 24 after those days his wife Elisabeth conce.
Acts 21. 15 after those days we took up our carriages
\T.In these, rovrois toutois.
Jude 10 in those things they corrupt themselves
18. Of these, TOVTOIV touton.
Acts 18. 17 And Gallio cared for none of those things
Heb. 13. ii the bodies of those beasts, whose blood is
THOU
1 . Thou, thyself, R:N ant.
Ezra 7. 25 Thou, Ezra, after the wisdom of thy God
See also Dan. 2. 31, 37, 38; 3. 10; 4. 18, 18, 22; 5. 13, 18,
22, 23; 6. 16.
2. Thou thyself, nN alt.
Gen. 24. 23 Whose daughter (art) thou? Tell me, I pr.
24. 60 and said unto her, Thou (art) our sister, be
39. 9 because thou (art) his wife : how then can
3. Thou thyself, nnx attah.
Gen 3. 14 thou (art) cursed above all cattle,and above
3. 19 for dust thou (art), and unto dust shalt
6. 18 thou, aud thy sous, and thy wife, and thy
I.Thee, o-e se.
MattiS. 33 Shouldest not thou also have hadcompas.
25. 27; ActsS. 23; 9. 6; 10. [6]; 13. 47: 22 - Ml 23- "I ?4- 4.
10; 26. 29; 27. 24; Rom. 3. 4; i Ti. 6. u; Titus 3. 8; 3 Jo. 2.
i>. To thee, ao( soi.
Matt. 1 7. 25 What thinkest thou, Simon? of whom do
See also 22. 16. 17; 27. i9;-Mark 4 - 38; *- [1; Luke I0-
36, 40; 14. 10, 14; 18. 22; Acts 8. ax; 26. i.
THOUGH
\.0fthee, <TI>V sou.
Matt. 6. 3 when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand
19. 21 go. .sell that thou hast, and give to the po.
l.ukci (
. 8a more honourable man than thou Jo. 7.3.
Acts 17. 19 this new doctrine, whereof thou speakest
24. ii that thou mayest understand, that there
.Thou thyself, ffv su.
Matt. 2. 6 thou, Bethlehem, (in) the land of Juda
See also 3. 14; 6. 6, 17; n. 3, 23; 14. 28; 16. 16, 18; 26. 25,
i9, 63, 64, 69, 73; 27. 4, n, n; Mark i. n; 3. n; 8. 29; 14.
36, 61, 67, 68; 15. 2, 2; Luke i. [28], 42, 76; 3. 22; 4. 7, 41;
7. 19, 20; 9. 60; 10. 15. 37; 15. 31; 16. 7, [25], 25; 17. 8; 19.
19, 42; 22. 32, 58, 67, 70; 23. 3, 3, 37, 39, 40; 24. 18; John i.
19, 21,21,25, 4 2 > 42 > 49> 491 - :0> 20> 3- 2> lo> 2(>- 4- 9>
Io>
12, 19; 6. 30, 69; 7. 52; 8. [5], 13, 25, 33, 48, 52, 53, [53]; 9.
17, 28, 34, 34, 35; 10. 24, 33; n. 27, 42; 12. 34; 13. 6, 7; 14-
9; 17. 5, 8, 21, 21, 23, 23, 25; 18. 17, 25, 33, 34, 37, 37; 19-
9; 20. 15; 21. 12, 15, 16, 17, 17, 22; Acts i. 24; 4. 24; 7. 28;
5; 10. 15, 33; ii. 9. MI 3- 33". 16.31; 21. 38; 22. 8, 27;
23. 3, 21; 25. 10; 26. 15; Rom. 2. 3, 17; 9. 20; ii. 17, is,
20, 22, 24; 14. 4, 10, 10, 32; i Co. 14. 17; 15- 36; Gal. 2. 14;
6. i; i Ti. 6. n; 2 Ti. i. 18; 2. i, [3]; 3. 10, 14; 4. 5, 15;
Titus 2. i; Phm. [12]; Heb. i. 5, 10, n, 12; 5. 5, 6: 7. 17,
21; Jas. 2. 3, 3, 18, 19; 4. 12; 3 Jo. 3, Rev. 2. 15; 3. 17; 4-
i; 7. 14.
THOU thyself
Thou tin/self, aiavrov seauton.
Bom. a. 19 art confident that thou thyself art a guide
THOUGH
I. If, cx im.
Judg.i3. 16 Though thou detain me, I will not eat of
2. That, -w$ asher.
Zech.io. 6 they shall be as though I had not cast th.
3. Also, o? gam.
Neh. 6. i though at that time I had not set up the
4.//, though, ]? hen.
Job 13. 15 Though he slay me, yet will Itrustin him-
5. That, because, though, ? ki.
Deut.29- 19 though I walk in the imagination of min
^.Though, if, h, t^ lit.
2 Sa. 18. 12 Though I should receive a thousand (sh.>
7. Therefore, because, although, "i ^JJT J kol qebel di.
Dan. 5. 22 thou. .hast not humbled thine heart, th.
8. Through, during, Sid (gen.) dia.
Rom. 4. ii the father of all them that believe, though
9.//, though, tdv ean.
Lukei6. 31 neither will they be persuaded, though
Acts 13. 41 which ye shall in no wise believe, though
Rom. 9. 27 Though the number of the children of Is.
1 Co. 4. 15 For though ye have ten thousand instruc.
o 16 For though I preach the gospel, I have no.
13 i Though I speak with the tongues of men
13 2 though I have (the gift of) prophecy, and
13. 2 though I have all faith, so that I could re.
13 3 though I bestow all my goods to feed (the
13 3 though I give my body to be burned, and
2 Co 10. 8 Forthough I should boast somewhat more
12. 6 For though I would desire to glory, I shall
Gal i 8 though we, or an angel from heaven, pre.
Jas. 2. 14 What (doth it) profit, .though a man say
10. Even if, tl Kai ei kai.
Matt26 33 [Though] all . . shall be offended because of
Luken 8 Though he will not rise and give him, be.
18 4 Though I fear not God, nor regard man
2 Co 4. 16 but though our outward man perish, yet
5. 16 though we have known Christ after the
7 . 8 For though I made you sorry with a letter
7 8 not repent, though I did repent: for I pe.
7. 8 made you sorry, though (it were) but for
7 12 though I wrote unto you, (I did it) not
n 6 But though (I be) rude in speech, yet not
1 2 1 1 very chiefest apostles, though I be nothing
12. 15 [though] the more abundantly I love you
Col 25 Forthough I be absent in the flesh, yet am
Heb. 6. 9 accompany salvation, though we thus sp.
11.7/ truly, flirt p eiper.
1 Co. 8. 5 For though there be that are called gods
12. And truly, although, tcafaep kaiper.
Phil 3 4 Though I might also have confidence in
Heb 5 8 Though he were a Son, yet learned he ob.
7 c though they come out of the loins of Abrah.
12. 17 though he sought it carefully with tears
2 Pe. i. 12 though ye know(them) and be established
13 And though indeed, Kairotye kaitoige.
John 4 2 Though Jesushimsclfbaptizednot, buthis
Acts 17. 27 [though] he be not far from every one of us
14. Even if, K&V kan.
Matt 26. 35 Though I should die with thee, yet will I
John 8. 14 Though I bear record of myself, (yet) my
10. 38 though ye believe not me, believe, u. 25.
15. And, also, though, Kai kai, Luke 18. 7.
lb . Because, that, on hoti.
Rom. 9. 6 Not as though the word of God hath taken
* Co.n. 21 I speak as concerning reproach, as though
Phil. 3. 12 Not as though I had already attained, eft.
17. If, (I ei.
2 Co. 13. 4 For [though] he was crucified through we.
THOUGH...but
Yet, nevertheless, but, 0/j.as homos.
Gal. 3.15 Though . . but a man g covenant, yet (if it
THOUGHT 981 THOUSAND
THOUGHT
l.A word, nyi dabar.
Deut 1 5. 9 Beware that there be not a thought in thy
2. Thought, conception, imagination, irpr karhor.
Dan. 4. 5 the thoughts upon my bed and the visions
^.Thought, device, n$7 zimmah.
Prov 24. 9 The thought of foolishness (is) sin, and
4.^4 cutting, decree, resolution, pjjn cheqeq.
Judg. 5. 15 For the divisions of Reuben, .great thou.
S.Knmcledge, mind, yy$, y^5 madda.
Eccl.io. 20 Curse not the king, no not in thy thought
. Possession, inheritance, cnio morash.
Job 17. ii my purposes are broken off. .the thoughts
7 .Device, tlwughtfillness, rrsm mezimmah.
Job 42. z no thought can be withholden from tliee
Psa. 10. 4 The wicked. .God (is) not in all his thou.
Jer. 23. 20 till he have performed the thoughts of his
8. Thought, device, ra^na machashe.beth.
Gen. 6. 5 every imagination of the thoughts of his
i Ch.28. 9 understandeth . .imaginations of the tho.
29. 18 in the imagination of the thoughts of the
Job 21. 27 I know your thoughts, and the devices
Psa. 33. u the thoughts of his heart to all generati.
40. 5 thy thoughts (which are) to us ward: they
56. 5 all their thoughts (are) against me for evil
92. 5 how great are thy works ! (and) thy tho.
94. ii The LORD knoweth the thoughts of man
Prov 12. 5 The thoughts of the righteous (are) right
15. 26 The thoughts of the wicked (are) an abo.
16. 3 and thy thoughts shall be established
21. 5 The thoughts of the diligent (tend) only
Isa. 55. 7 the unrighteous man his thoughts : and
55. 8 my thoughts (are) not your thoughts, ne.
55. 9 and my thoughts than your thoughts
39. 7 their thoughts (are) thoughts of iniquity
65. 2 which walketh . . after their own thoughts
66. 1 8 For I (know) their works and their thou.
Jer. 4. 14 how long shall thy vain thoughts lodge
6. 19 I will bring. .(_even) the fruit of their th.
29. ii I know the thoughts that I think toward
29. ii thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give
Eze. 38. 10 and thou shalt think an evil thought
Mic. 4. 12 they know not the thoughts of the LORD
9. Doubts, opinions, D sj/.p seaphim.
Psa. 1 19. 113 I hate .. thoughts : but thy law do I love
10. Thoughts, purposes, rriMyj; eshtonoth.
Psa. 146. 4 forth, .in that very day his thoughts per.
1 1 . Thoughts, purposes, ninyy ashtoth.
Job 12. 5 a lampdespised in the thought of him that
12. Thought, will, desire, jn rea.
Psa. 139. 2 thou understandest my thought afar off
139. 17 How precious also are thy thoughts unto
13. Thought, ji jn rayon.
Dan. 2. 29 As for thee, king, thy thoughts came
2. 30 thou mightest know the thoughts of thy
4. 19 was astonied. .and his thoughts troubled
5. 6 his thoughts troubled him, so that the jo.
5. 10 let not thy thoughts trouble thee, nor let
\i.Meditation, ray seach.
Amos 4. 13 and declareth unto man what (is) his tho.
15. Doubts, opinions, c syy seippim.
Job 4. 13 In thoughts from the visions of the night
20. 2 Therefore do my thoughts cause me to an.
16. Doubts, opinions, C Sjpj? sarappim.
Psa. 94. 19 In the multitude of my thoughts within
139. 23 heart : try me and know my thoughts
17. Reasoning, 5ia\oyt<r/j.6s dialogismos.
Matt 1 5. 19 For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts Mark 7. 21 out of the heart of men, proceed evil th.
Luke 2. 35 thoughts of many hearts maybe revealed
5. 22 But when Jesus perceived their thoughts
6. 8 But he knew their thoughts, and said to
9. 47 Jesus, perceiving the thought of their he.
24. 38 and why do thoughts arise in your hearts
1 Co. 3. 20 The Lord knoweth the thoughts of the
Jas. 2 4 and are become judges of evil thoughts
IS. Thought, reflection, Sioworj/ua dianoema.
Luken. 17 he, knowing their thoughts, said unto th.
^.Reflection, thought, tv0v/j.r)<ris enthumesis.
Matt. 9. 4 Jesus, knowing their thoughts, said, Wh.
12 25 Jesus knew their thoughts, and said unto
Heb. 4. 12 a discerner of the thoughts and intents
20. Thought, contrivance, device, tirivoia. epinoia.
Acts 8. 22 if perhaps the thought of thine heart may
1\. Computation, reckoning, \oyi(r^6s logismos. Rom. 2. 15 thoughts the mean while accusing or else
22.A thought, contrivance, understanding, vdrina.
2 Co. 10. 5 bringing into captivity every thought to
THOUGHT (beforehand^, to take
1. To be sorrowful, afraid, J*n daag.
i Sa. 9. 5 leave . . the asses, and take thought for us
2.7*0 be over anxious, very careful, yuepijupaco men.
Matt. 6. 25 Take no thought for your life, what ye
6. 27 Which of you, by taking thought, can add
6. 28 why take ye thought for raiment ? Consi.
6. 31 take no thought, saying, What shall we
6 34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow
6. 34 morrow shall take thought for the things
Matt 10. 19 take no thought how or what ye shall sp.
Lukeis. ii take ye no thought how or what thing ye
12. 22 Take no thought for your life, what ye
12. 25 which of you [with taking thought] can a.
12. 26 least, why take ye thought for the rest?
3.7V) be very anxious beforehand, irpo/j.tpifj.i dw.
Marki3. n take no thought beforehand what ye sh.
THOUSAND
l.A thousand, f|x eleph.
Gen. 20. 16 Behold, I have given thy brother a thou.
24. 60 be thou (the mother) of thousands of mil.
Exod 12. 37 about six hundred thousand on foot (that
18. 21 rulers of thousands, (and) rulers of liiind.
1 8. 25 rulers of thousands, rulers of hundreds
20. 6 showing mercy unto thousands of them
32. 28 fell, .that day about three thousand men
34. 7 Keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving
38. 25 thousand seven hundred and threescore
38. 26 hundred thousand and three thousand and
38. 28 of the thousand seven hundred seventy
38. 29 and two thousand and four hundred she.
Num. i. 16 tribes of their fathers, heads of thousands
i. 21 forty and six thousand and ftve hundred
i. 23 fifty and nine thousand and three hundred
i. 25 forty and five thousand six hundred and
i. 27 threescore and fourteen thousand and six
i. 29 fifty and four thousand and four hundred
i. 31 fiftyand seven thousand and four hundred
i. 33 (were) forty thousand and five hundred
i. 35 thirty and twothousand and two hundred
i. 37 thirty andflve thousand and four hundred
i. 39 threescore and two thousand and seven
1.41 forty and one thousand and five hundred
i. 43 fifty and three thousand and fourhundred
1. 46 six hundred thousand and three thousand
2. 4 threescore and fourteen thousand and six
2. 6 fifty and four thousand and four hundred
2. 8 fifty and seven thousand and four hund.
2. 9 hundred thousand and fourscore thousand
2. 9 six thousand and four hundred, through.
2. 1 1 forty and six thousand and five hundred
2. 13 fifty and nine thousand and three hund.
2. 15 forty and five thousand and six hundred
2. 16 fifty and one thousand and four hundred
2. 19 (were) forty thousand and five hundred
2. 21 (were) thirty and two thousand and two
2. 23 thirty and five thousand and four hundr.
2. 24 hundred thousand and eight thousand
2. 26 threescore and two thousand and seven
2. 28 forty and one thousand and five hundred
2. 30 fifty and three thousand and four hundr.
2. 31 thousand and fifty and seven thousand
2. 32 six hundred thousand and three thousand
3. 22 (were) seven thousand aud five hundred
3. 28 eight thousand and six hundred, keeping
3. 34 (were) six thousand and two hundred
3. 39 all the males, .(were) twenty and two th.
3. 43 twenty and two thousand two hundred
3. 50 thousand three hundred and threescore
4. 36 were two thousand seven hundred and
4. 40 were two thousand and six hundred and
4. 44 Even those .. were three thousand and two
4. 48 eight thousand and five hundred and fo.
7. 85 all the silver vessels (weighed) twothous.
10. 4 heads of the thousands of Israel, shall gat.
10. 36 Return, .unto the many thousands of Is.
i!. 21 The people, .six hundred thousand foot.
16. 49 they that died, .were fourteen thousand
25. 9 those that died . . were twenty and four th.
26. 7 forty and three thousand and seven hun.
26. 14 twenty and two thousand and two hund.
26. 18 numbered of them, forty thousand and
26. 22 threescore and sixteen thousand and five
26. 25 threescore and four thousand and three
26. 27 threescore thousand and five hundred
26. 34 fifty and two thousand and seven hundred
26 37 thirty and two thousand and five hundred
26. 4 1 forty and five thousand and six hundred
26. 43 threescore and four thousand and four hu.
26. 47 fifty and three thousand and four hund.
26 50 forty and five thousand and four hundr.
26. 5; six hundred thousand and a thousand se.
26. 6: twenty and three thousand, all males from
3:. t. Of every tribe a thousand, throughout all
31.
- were delivered out of the thousands of I.
31. 5 3 thousand of (every) tribe, twelve thou.
31. 6 .Moses sent them to the war, a thousand
31. 14 wa wroth, .(with) the captains over tho.
31. 32 the booty, .was six hundred thousand and
31. 32 seventy thousand andflve thousand sheep
31. 33 threescore and twelve thousand beeves
31. 34 And threescore and one thousand asses
31. 35 thirty and two thousand persons in all, of
31. 36 thousand and seven and thirty thousand
31. 38 beeves (were) thirty and six thousand; of
31. 39 asses (were) thirty thousand and five hu.
31. 40 persons(were)sixteen thousand, of which
31. 43 three hundred thousand and thirty thou.
31. 43 seven thousand and five hundred sheep
31. 44 And thirty and six thousand beeves
31. 45 And thirty thousand asses and five hund.
31. 46 And sixteen thousand persons
31. 48 officers which (were) over thousands of
31. 48 captains of thousands, and captains of h.
31. 52 of the captains of thousands, and of the
31. 52 was sixteen thousand seven hundred and
31. 54 took the goldof the captains of thousands
35. 4 and outward a thousand cubits round ab.
35. 5 on the east side two thousand cubits, and
-5. 5 on the south side two thousand cubits, and
35. 5 on the west side two thousand cubits, and
Num. 35.
Deut. i.
i.
S-
7-
32-
Josh. 3.
4
7-
7-
23-
Judg. i.
i Sa.
24 .
25-
26.
2Q.
29.
2 Sa. 6.
9
24
24
24
i Ki. 3 ,
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5<
5-
7-
ig.
20.
20.
20.
2 Ki. 3.
5 on the north side two thousand cubits
11 make you a thousand times so many more
15 captainsover thousands, and captainsover
10 showing mercy unto thousands of them
9 keep his commandments, to a thousand
30 chase a thousand, and two put ten thou.
17 and they (are) the thousands of Manasseh
4 about two thousand cubits by measure
13 About forty thousand prepared for war
3 let about two or three thousand men go
4 of the people about three thousand men
3 Joshua chose out thirty thousand mighty
12 took about five thousand men, and set th.
25 twelve thousand, (even) all the men of Ai
14 house of their fathers among the thousa.
21, 30 heads of the thousands of Israel
10 One man of you shall chase a thousand
4 slew of them in Bezek ten thousand men
29 they slew, .about ten thousand men, all
6 take with thee ten thousand men of the
10 went up with ten thousand men at his fe.
14 Barak went down .. and ten thousand men
8 spear seen amongforty thousand inlsrael?
3 thousand; and there remained ten thous.
10 their hosts with them, about fifteen tho.
10 there fell an hundred and twenty thous.
26 weight, .was a thousand and seven hund.
49 died also, about a thousand men and wo.
6 and there fell, .forty and two thousand
11 Then three thousand men of Judah went
15 took it, and slew a thousand men there.
16 with ths jaw of an ass have I slain a tho.
27 upon the roof about three thousand men
2 fourhundredthousandfootmenthat drew
10 we will take, .an hundred of a thousand
10 a thousand out of ten thousand, to fetch
15 twenty and six thousand men that drew
, 17 numbered four hundred thousand men
21 that day twenty and two thousand men
25 eighteen thousand men; all these drew
34 came against Gibeah ten thousand chose
35 twenty and five thousand and an hundret
44 there fell of Benjamin eighteen thousand
45 they gleaned of them, .five thousand men
45 pursued .. and slew two thousand men of
46 twenty and five thousand men that drew
10 congregation sent thither twelve thousa.
2 slew of the army . . about four thousand
10 for there fell of Israel thirty thousand fo.
19 even he smote of the people fifty thousa.
12 he will appoint him captains over thous.
19 therefore present yourselves, .by your th.
8 three hundred thousand, and. .thirty th.
8 and the men of Judah thirty thousand
2 Saul chose him three thousand (men) of Is.
2 two thousand were with Saul . . and a th.
5 thirty thousand chariots, and six thous.
4 thousand footmen, and ten thousand men
5 weight of the coat (was) five thousand sh.
1 8 ten cheeses unto the captain of (their)th.
7 his thousands, and David his ten thous.
8 and to me . . (but) thousands : and
13 and made him his captain over a thous.
11 his thousands, and David his ten
7 make you all captains of thousands, and
23 search him out throughout all the thous.
2 Saul took three thousand chosen men out
2 three thousand sheep, and a thousand go.
2 having three thousand chosen men of I.
2 passed on by hundreds and by thousands
5 his thousands, and David his ten?
i all (the) chosen (men) of Israel, thirty th.
4 thousand (chariots), .and twenty thous.
5 slew of the Syrians two and twenty thou.
13 smiting of the S. . .(being) eighteen thou.
6 Syrians of Zoba, twenty thousand foot.
6 thousand men, and of Ish-tob twelve th.
1 8 David slew, .forty thousand horsemen
i Let me now choose out twelve thousand
i set captains of thousands and captains of
3 but now (thou art) worth ten thousand of
4 came out by hundreds, and by thousands
7 great slaughter that day of twenty thous.
12 Though I should receive a thousand (sh.)
17 thousand men of Benjamin with him, and
9 there were in Israel eight hundred tho.
9 men of Judah (were) five hundred thous.
15 even to Beersheba seventy thousand men
4 a thousand burnt offerings did Solomon
26 forty thousand . . and twelve thousand ho.
32 And he spake three thousand proverbs
32 and his songs were a thousand and five
ii Solomon gave Hiram twenty thousand
13 and the levy was thirty thousand men
14 ten thousand a month by courses; a mo.
15 Solomon had threescore and ten thous.
15 fourscore thousand hewers in the mount.
16 three thousand and three hundred, which
26 of lilies : it contained two thousand bat.
63 offered, .two and twenty thousand oxen
63 an hundred and twenty thousand sheep
26 he had a thousand and four hundred ch.
26 twelve thousand horsemen, whom he be.
21 hundred and fourscore thousand chosen
18 I have left (me) seven thousand in Israel
15 the children of Israel, (being) seven thou.
29 slew of the Syrians an hundred thousand
30 fell upon twenty and seven thousand
4 thousand lambs, and an hundred thous.
5 six thousand (pieces) of gold, and ten ch.
7 ten thousand footmen ; for the king of S.
7 He slew of Edem . . ten thousand, and took
THOUSAND 982 THREE
r Ki. 15. 19 Menahem gave Pul ;i thousand talentsof
18. 23 I will deliver thee two thousand horses
19. 35 an hundred fourscore and live thousand
24. 14 ten thousand captives and all the crafts.
24. 16 seven thousand . . and smiths a thousand
i Ch. 5. 1 8 four and forty thousand seven hundred
5. 21 took, .of their camels fifty thousand, and
5. 21 two hundred and fifty thousand, and of
5. 21 thousand, and of men an hundred thous.
7. 2 two and twenty thousand and six him.
7. 4 six and thirty thousand (men) : for they
7. 5 reckoned, .fourscore and seven thousand
7. 7 twenty and two thousand and thirty and
7. 9 (was) twenty thousand and two hundred
7. ii seventeen thousand and two hundred (so.)
7. 40 number, .(was) twenty and six thousand
9. 13 thousand and seven hundred and three.
12. 14 hundred, and the greatest over a thous.
12. 20 captains of the thousands that (were) of
12. 24 six thousandand eight hundred, readyar.
12. 25 Of the children of Simeon, .seven thous.
12. 26 Of the children of Levi, four thousand and
12. 27 with him (were) three thousand and seven
12. 29 of the children of Benjamin, .three thous.
12. 30 children of Ephraim twenty thousand and
12. 31 half tribe of Manasseh eighteen thousand
12. 33 fifty thousand, which could keep rank, (th.
12. 34 of Naphtali a thousand captains, andwitli
12. 34 shield and spear thirty and seven thous.
12. 35 twenty and eight thousand and six hund.
12. 36 such as went forth to battle, .forty thous.
12. 37 the battle, an hundred and twenty thous.
13. i consulted with the captains of thousands
15. 25 captains over thousands, went to bring
16. 15 word (which) he commanded to a thous.
18. 4 David took from him a thousand chariots
18. 4 seven thousand horsemen, and twenty th.
18. 5 Daviddew..twoandtwentythouand men
18. 12 slew, .in the valley of Salt eighteen tho.
19. 6 the children of Ammon sent a thousand
19. 7 they hired thirty and two thousand char.
19. 18 seven thousand (men), .and forty thousand
21. 5 thousand thousand and an hundred tho.
21. 5 four hundred threescore and ten thousand
21. 14 and there fell of Israel seventy thousand
22. 14 an hundred thousand talents of gold
22. 14 and a thousand thousand talents of silver
23. 3 their number, .was thirty and eight thou.
23. 4 twenty and four thousand (were)to set fo.
23. 4 and six thousand (were) officers and judges
23. 5 four thousand (were) porters, and four th.
26. 26 the captains over thousands and hundreds
26. 30 a thousand and seven hundred, (were) offi.
26. 32 two thousand and seven hundred chief fa.
27. i the chief fathers and captains of thousands
27. i every course (were) twenty and four tho.
27. 2 and in his course (were) twenty and fourt.
[So in verse 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, n, 12, 13, 14, 15.]
27. 4 in hiscourse.. (were) twenty and four tho.
28. i the captains over the thousands, and cap.
29. 4 three thousand talents of gold, of the gold
29. 4 seven thousand talents of refined silver
29. 6 the captains of thousands and of hundreds
29. 7 five thousand talents and ten thousand d.
29. 7 ten thousand talents, .eighteen thousand
29. 7 and one hundred thousand talents of iron
29. 21 (even) athousand bullocks, a thousand ra.
29. 21 a thousand lambs, with their drink offer.
jCh. i. 2 the captains of thousands and of hundreds
i. 6 offered a thousand burnt offerings upon it
1. 14 he had a thousand and four hundred ch.
1. 14 twelve thous. horsemen, which he placed
2. 2 told out threescore and ten thousand men
2. 2 fourscore thousand to hew in the mount.
2. 2 three thousandand six hundred to oversee
2. 10 twenty thousand measures of beaten wh.
2. 10 and twenty thousand measures of barley
2. 10 thousand baths of wine, and twenty tho.
2. 17 fifty thousand and three thousand and six
2. 1 8 he set threescore and ten thousand of th.
2. 1 8 fourscore thousand (to be) hewers in the
2. 18 three thousandand six hundred overseers
4. 5 it received and held three thousand baths
7. 5 a sacrifice of twenty and two thousand ox.
7. 5 and an hundred and twenty thousand sh.
9. 25 Solomon had four thousand stalls for ho.
9. 25 and chariots, and twelve thousand horse.
11. i an hundred and fourscore thousand cho.
12. 3 chariots, and threescore thousand horse.
13. 3 (even) four hundred thousand chosen men
13. 3 eii?ht hundred thousand chosen men, (be.)
13. 17 there fell down slain, .five hundred thou.
14. 8 out of Judah three hundred thousand
14. 8 two hundred and fourscore thousand, all
14. 9 with an host of a thousand thousand, and
15. ii seven hundred oxen and seven thousands.
17. ii seven thousand and seven hundred rams
17. it seven thousand and seve i hundred he go.
17. 14 of Judah, the captains of thousands; Ad.
17. 14 mighty men of valour three hundred tho.
17. 15 with him two hundred and fourscore tho.
17. 16 two hundred thousand mighty men of va.
17. 17 with him armed men. .two hundred thou.
17. 18 an hundred and fourscore thousand ready
25. 5 made them captains over thousands, anil
25. 5 found them three hundred thousand cho.
25. 6 He hired also an hundred thousand mig.
25. ii smote of the children of Seir ten thousand
25. 12 (other) ten thousand (left) alive did the ch.
25. 13 smote three thousand of them, and took
26. 12 men of valour (were) two thousand and
26. 13 hundred thousand, and seven thousand
2 Ch.2;. 5 thousand measures of wheat, and ten th.
28. 6 an hundred and twenty thousand in one I
28. 8 two hundred thousand, women, sons, and
19. 33 six hundred oxen and three thousand sh.
30. 24 a thousand bullocks and seven thousand
30. 24 a thousand bullocks and ten thousand sh.
35. 7 thirty thousand, and three thousand bul.
35. 8 two thousand and six hundred (small cat.)
35. 9 five thousand (small cattle), and five hun.
Ezra i. 9 a thousand chargers of silver, nine and tw.
i. 10 Thirty basins, .(and) other vessels a thou.
1. ii vessels of gold and of silver (were) five th.
2. 3 two thousand an hundred seventy and two
2. 6 two thousand eight hundred and twelve
2. 7 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 12 it thousand two hundred twenty and two
2. 14 children of liigvai, two thousand fifty and
2. 31 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
2. 35 three thousandand six hundred and thirty
2. 37 The children of Immer, a thousand fifty
2. 38 a thousand two hundred forty and seven
2. 39 The children of Harim, a thousand and se.
2. 64 forty and two thousand three hundred
2. 65 seven thousand three hundred thirty and
2. 67 (their) asses, six thousand seven hundred
2. 69 one thousand drams of gold, and five tho.
8. 27 twenty basins of gold of a thousand drams
Neh. 3. 13 a thousand cubits on the wall unto the du.
7. 8 two thousand an hundred seventy and two
7. ii two thousand and eight hundred (and) ei.
7. 12 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 17 two thousand three hundred twenty and
7. 19 The children of Bigvai, two thousand th.
7. 34 a thousand two hundred fifty and four
7. 38 three thousand nine hundred and thirty
7. 40 The children of Immer, a thousand fifty
7. 41 a thousand two hundred forty and seven
7. 42 The children of Harim, a thousand and s.
7. 66 forty and two thousand three hundred and
7. 67 seven thousand three hundred thirty and
7. 69 six thousand seven hundred and twenty
7. 70 gave to the treasure a thousand drams of
7. 71 two thousand and two hundred pound of
7. 72 two thousand pound of silver, and three.
Esth. 3. 9 I will pay ten thousand talents of silver
9. 16 slew of their foes seventy and five thous.
Job i. 3 seven thousand sheep, and three thousand
9. 3 he cannot answer him one of a thousand
33. 23 one among a thousand, to show unto man
42. 12 fourteen thousand sheep, and six thousa.
42. 12 a thousand yoke of oxen, and a thousand
Psa. 50. 10 (is) mine, (and) the cattle upon athousand
60. title, smote, .in the valley of Salt twelve th.
68. 17 The chariots of God (are), .thousands of a.
84. 10 a day in thy courts (is) better than a tho.
90. 4 a thousand years in thy sight (are but) as
91. 7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, .at thy
105. 8 the word (which) he commanded to a th
119. 72 (is) better unto me than thousands of gold
Eccl. 6. 6 though he live a thousand years twice (t.)
7. 28 one man among a thousand have I found
Song. 4. 4 whereon there hang a thousand bucklers
8. ii every one. .was to bring a thousand (pie.)
8. 12 thou, Solomon, (must have) a thousand
Isa. 7. 23 a thousand vines at a thousand silverlings
30. 17 One thousand (shall flee)at the rebuke of
36. 8 I will give thee two thousand horses, if
37. 36 a hundred and fourscore and five thousa.
60. 22 A little one shall become a thousand, and
Jer. 32. 18 showest loving kindness unto thousands
52. 28 In the seventh year three thousand Jews
52. 30 all the persons . . four thousand and six h.
Eze. 45. i the length of five and twenty thousand
45. i (reeds), and the breadth (shall be) ten th.
45. 3 thousand, and the breadth of ten thousa.
45. "5 twenty thousand of length, and the ten
45. 6 thousand broad, and five and twenty tho.
47. 3 he measured a thousand cubits, and he br.
47. 4, 4 he measured a thousand, and brought
47. 5 he measured a thousand ; (and it was) a
48. 8 five and twenty thousand (reeds in) bread.
48. 9 thousand in length, and of ten thousand
48. 10 toward the north five and twenty thousa.
48. 10 toward the west ten thousand in breadth
48. 10 toward the east ten thousand in breadth
48. 10 toward the south five and twenty thous.
48. 13 thousand in length, and ten thousand in
48. 13 twenty thousand, and the breadth ten th.
48. 15 the five thousand (that are) left in the br.
48. 15 over against the five and twenty thousand
48. 16 the north side four thousand and five hu.
48. 16 the south side four thousand and five hu.
48. 16 on the east side four thousand and five h.
48. i6the west side four thousand and five hun.
48. 1 8 ten thousand eastward, and ten thousand
48. 20 twenty thousand by five and twenty thou.
48. 21, 21 over against the five and twenty thou.
48. 30, 33 four thousand and five hundred
48. 32 at the east side four thousand and five h.
48. 34 At the west side four thousand and five
48. 35 (It was) round about eighteen thousand
Dan. 8. 14 Unto two thousand and three hundred da.
12. ii (there shall be) a thousand two hundred
12. 12 cometh to the thousand three hundred
A 11103.5. 3 The citv that went out (by) a thousand
Mic. 5. 2 (though) thou be little among the thousa.
6. 7 Will the LORD be pleased with thousands
2. A thousand, nVx, I^K alaph, eleph.
Dan. 5. i made a great feast to a thousand of his lo.
5. i and drank wine before the thousand
7. 10 thousand thousands ministered unto him
3. Thousands, x *- ^ " chiliades.
Luke 14. 31 whether he be able with ten thousand to
14. 31 cometh against him with twenty thousand
Acts 4. 4 number of the men was about five thous.
1 Co. 10. 8 fell in one day three and twenty thousand
Rev. 5. 1 1 number of them was . . thousands of thou.
7. 4 an hundred (and) forty (and) four thous.
7- 5. Si 5. 6. 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8 twelve thousand
11. 13 in the earthquake were slain, .seven thou.
14. i an hundred forty (and) four thousand, ha.
14. 3 the hundred (and) forty (and) four thou.
21. 16 he measured the city, .twelve thousand
4. .4 thousand, XI AIOJ chilioi.
2 Ve. 3. 8 as a thousand years, and a thousand ye.
Rev. ii. 3 they shall prophesy a thousand two hun.
12. 6 they should feed her there a thousand two
14. 20 the space of a thousand (and) six hundred
20. 2 and Satan, and bound him a thousand ye.
20. 3 till the thousand years should be fulfilled
20. 4 and reigned with Christ a thousand years
20. 5 lived not again until the thousand years
20. 6 and shall reign with him athousand years
20. 7 when the thousand years are expired, Sa.
5.A myriad, ten thousand, juupias murias.
Acts 21. 20 how many thousands of Jews there are
THOUSAND, fifty
Five myriads, fj.upia.Sas irfvrt miiriadas pente.
Acts 19. iq and found (it) fifty thousand (pieces) of
THOUSAND, ten, five
1. A myriad, ten thousand, pupiis murias.
Jude 14 the Lord cometh with ten thousands
2. A myriad, ten thousand, pvpioi murim.
Matt. 18. 24; i Co. 4. 15; 14. 19.
3. Five thousand, irfvTa,Kiffxi\ioi jientakischilioi.
Matt. 14. 21 ; 16. 9 ; Mr. 6. 44; 8. 19 ; Lu. 9. 14; Jo. 6. 10
THOUSANDS, to bring forth
To bear thousands, tpK alaph, 5.
Psa. 144. 13 our sheep may bring forth thousands and
THREAD
1. A thread, cord, Bin chut.
Gen. 14. 23 I will not (take) from a thread even to a
Josh. 2. 18 thou shalt bind this line of scarlet thread
Judg 16. 12 Wake them from off his arms like a thr.
Song 4. 3 Thy lips (are) like a thread of scarlet, and
2. Wire, ribbon, thread, vri? pathil.
Judg 1 6. 9 as a thread of tow is broken when it tou.
THREATEN (further, to)
I.To threaten, menace, &.ir(i\4ta apeileo.
Acts 4. 17 let us straitly threaten them, that they
i Pe. 2. 23 when he suffered, he threatened not ; bni
2. To threaten further, Trpc(Tairti\fofj.ai prosapeile.
Acts 4. 2 1 when they had further threatened them
THREATENING
Threatening, menace, a-irtiK-r apeile.
Acts 4. 29 now, Lord, behold theirthreatenings : aud
9. i Saul, yet breathing out threatenings am)
Eph. 6. 9 do the same things, .forbearing threaten
THREE
1. Three, n&fxf, v^V shalosh, sheloshah.
Gen. 5. 22 Enoch walked with God. .three hundred
5. 23 the days of Enoch were three hundred si.
6. 10 Noah begat three sons, Shem, Ham. and
6. 15 The length of the ark (shall be) three hu.
7. 13 the three wives of his sous with them, into
9. 19 These (are) the three sons of Noah : and
9. 28 Noah lived after the flood three hundred
ii. 13 Arphaxad lived, .four hundred and three
ii. 15 Salah lived, .four hundred and three ye.
14. 14 armed his trained (servants), .three hun.
18. 2 looked, and, lo, three men stood by him
18. 6 Make ready quickly three measures of fl.
29. 2 there (were) three flocks of sheep lying by
29. 34 because I have born him three sons : th.
30. 36 he set three days journey betwixt himself
38. 24 it came to pass, about three months after
40. 10 in the vine (were) three branches : and it
40. 12 Joseph said. .The three branches (are)th.
40. 13, 19 Yet within three days shall Pharaoh
40. 1 6 behold, (I had) three white baskets on my-
40. iS Joseph answered . .The three baskets (are)
42. 17 he put them altogether into ward three
45. 22 to Benjamin he gave three hundred (pi.)
46. 15 sons and his daughters, .thirty and three
Exod. 2. 2 when she saw him . . she hid him three mo.
3. 18 let us go, we beseech thee, three days jo.
5. 3 let us go, we pray thee, three days jour.
6. 1 8 (were) an hundred thirty and three years
7. 7 and Aaron fourscore and three years old
8. 27 We will go three days journey into the
10. 22 darkness in all the land of Kgypt three
10. 23 neither rose any froni his place for three
15. 22 they went three daysin the wilderness, and
21. ii if he do not these three unto her, then
23. 14 Three times thou shalt keep a feast unto
23. 17 Three times in the year all thy males sh.
25. 32, 32 three branches of the candlestick out
25. 33 Three bowls made like unto almonds, (wi.)
25. 33 three bowls made like almonds in the ot.
27. i and the height thereof (shall be) three cu.
27. 14, 15 pillars three, and their sockets three
32. 28 there fell of the people, .three thousand
37. 1 8, 1 8 three branches of the candlestick out
37. 19 Three bowls made after the fashion of al.
THREE 983 THREE
Exod37. 19 three bowls made like almonds in another
38. i (it was) foursquare; and three cubits the
38. 14, 15 pillars three, and their sockets three
38. 26 three thousand and five hundred and fifty
Lev. 12. 4 shall then continue, .three and thirty days
14. 10 three tenth deals of flue flour (for) a meat
19. 23 three years shall it be as uncircumcised
25. 21 and it shall bring forth fruit forthree ye.
27. 6 thy estimatiou (shall be) three shekels of
Num. i. 23 fifty and nine thousand and three hund.
i. 43 fifty and three thousand and four hundr.
1. 46 three thousand andfive hundred and fifty
2. 13 fifty and nine thousand and three hundred
2. 30 fifty and three thousand and four hundr.
2. 32 three thousand and five hundred and fifty
3. 50 a thousand three hundred and threescore
4. 44 were three thousand and two hundred
10. 33 theydeparted from the mount. .threedays
10. 33 went before them in the three days jour.
12. 4 Come out ye three, .they three came out
15. 9 a meat offering of three tenth deals of fl.
22. 28 thou hast smitten me these three times
22. 32 hast thou smitten thine ass these three ti.
22. 33 saw me, and turned from me these three
24. 10 hast altogether blessed (them), these three
26. 7 forty and three thousand and seven hun.
26. 25 threescore aud four thousand and three
26. 47 fifty and three thousand and four hundr.
26 62 twenty and three thousand, all males from
28. 12 three tenth deals of flour (for) a meat off.
28. 20 three tenth deals shall ye offer for a bill.
28. 28 three tenth deals unto one bullock, two
29. 3 three tenth deals for a bullock, (and^ two
29. 9 three tenth deals to a bullock, (and) two
29. 14 three tenth deals unto every bullock of
31. 36 three hundred thousand andjseven andth.
31. 43 three hundred thousand and thirty thou.
33. 8 went three days journey in the wildern.
33. 39 an hundred and twenty and three years
35. 14 three cities on this side Jordan, and three
Dent. 4. 41 Moses severed three cities on this side J.
14. 28 At the end of three years thou shalt bring
16. 16 Three times in a year shall all thy males
17. 6 At the mouth of two witnesses, or three
19. 2 Thou shalt separate three cities for thee
19. 7 Thou shalt separate three cities for thee
19. 9 add three cities more . .beside these three
19. 15 at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the
Josh. i. ii within three days ye shall pass over this
B. 1 6 hide yourselves there three days, until the
2. 22 abode there three days, until the pursuers
3. 2 it came to pass after three days, that the
7. 3 let about two or three thousand men go up
7. 4 there went up . . about three thousand men
9. 16 at the end of three days after they had ma.
15. 14 Caleb drove thence the three sons of Anak
17. ii Megiddo and her towns, (even)three cou.
18. 4 Give out from among you three men for
21. 32 and Kartan with her suburbs; three cities
Judg. i. 20 he expelled thence the three sons of Anak
7. 6 the number of them . . were three hundred
7. 7 By the three hundred men that lapped
7. 8 and retained those three hundred men
7. 16 divided the three hundred men (into) three
7. 20 the three companies blew the trumpets
7. 22 the three hundred blew the trumpets, and
8. 4 he, and the three hundred men that (were)
9. 22 Abimelech had reigned three years over
9. 43 divided them into three companies, and
10. 2 he judged Israel twenty and three years
11. 26 While Israel dwelt . .three hundred years?
14. 14 they could not in three days expound the
15. 4 Samson went and caught three hundred
15. ii three thousand men of Judah went to the
16. 15 thou hast mocked me these three times
16. 27 about three thousand men and women
19. 4 he abode with him three days: so they did
i Sa. i. 24 took him up with her, with three bullocks
2. 13 with a flesh hook of three teeth in his ha.
2. 21 she conceived, and bare three sons and two
9. 20 as for thine asses that were lost three days
10. 3 there shall meet thee three men going up
10. 3 three kids, and another carrying three
11. 8 the children of Israel were three hundred
ii. n Saul put the people in three companies
13. 2 Saul chose him three thousand (men) of Is.
13. 17 the spoilers came out. .in three companies
17. 13 the three eldest sons of Jesse went (and)
17. 13 the names of his three sons that went to
17. 14 David (was) the youngest, .the three eldest
20. 20 I will shoot three arrows on the side (th.)
20. 41 fell, .to the ground, and bowed, .three ti.
24. 2 Saul took three thousand chosen men out
25. 2 he had three thousand sheep, and a th.
26. 2 having three thousand chosen men of Isr.
30. 12 nor drunk (any) water, threedays andth.
30. 13 my master left me, because three daysag.
3:. 6 Saul died, and his three sons, and his ar.
31. 8 they found Saul and his three sons fallen
9 Sa. 2. 1 8 there were three sons of Zeruiah there, J.
2. 31 three hundred and threescore men died
5. s ne reigned thirty and three years over all
6. n ark. .continued in the house. . three mon.
13. 38 went to Geshur, and was there three years
14. 27 unto Absalom there were born three sous
18. 14 he took three darts in his hand, and thr.
20. 4 Assemble me the men . . within three days
21. i a famine in the days of David three years
21. 16 whose spear (weighed) three hundred (sh.)
23. 9 (one) of the three mighty men with David
23. 13 three of the thirty chief went down, and
83. 16 the three mighty men brake through the
i Sa. 23. 17 These things did these three mighty men
23. 1 8 the son of Zeruiah, was chief among three
23. 18 he lifted up his spearagainst three hund.
23. 1 8 slew (them), and had the name among th.
23. 19 Was he not most honourable of three ?
22. 19 howbeit he attained not unto the (first) th.
22. 22 and had the name among three mighty
22. 23 but he attained not to the (first) three
24. 12 I offer thee three (things) ; choose thee
24. 13 wilt thou flee three months before thine
24. 13 or that there be three days pestilence in
1 Ki. 2. ii thirty and three years reigned he in Jer.
2. 39 it came to pass at the end of three years
4. 32 he spake three thousand proverbs : and
5. 16 three thousand and three hundred, which
6. 36 he built the inner court with three rows
7. 4 And (there were) windows (in) three rows
7. 4, j light (was) against light (in) three ranks
7. 12 three rows of hewed stones, and a row of
7. 25 three looking toward the north, and three
7. 25 three looking toward the south, and three
7. 27 four cubits the breadth, .and three cubits
9. 25 three times in a year did Solomon offer
10. 17 (he made) three hundred shields (of) bea.
10. 17 three pound of gold went to one shield
10. 22 once in three years came the navy of Th.
11. 3 princesses, and three hundred concubines
12. 5 Depart yet (for) three days, then come ag.
1 5. 2 Three years reigned he in Jerusalem : and
17. 21 stretched himself upon the child three t.
22. i they continued three years without war
2 Ki. 2. 17 and they sought three Jays, but found
3. 10, 13 hath called these three kings together
9. 32 there looked outtohim two (or) threeeu.
12. 6 in the three and twentieth year of king
13. i In the three and twentieth year of Joash
13. 25 three times did Joash beat him, and rec.
17. 5 went up to Samaria, and besieged it three
1 8. 10 And at the end of three years they took it
18. 14 three hundred talents of silver, and thirty
23. 31 Jehoahaz (was) twenty and three years
23. 31 and he reigned three months in Jerusalem
24. i Jehoiakim became his servant three years
24. 8 and he reigned in Jerusalem three months
25. 17 and the height of the chapiter three cub.
25. 1 8 took Seraiah. .and the three keepers of
1 Ch. 2. 3 three were born unto him of the daughter
2. 16 Abishai, and Joa o, and Asahel, three
2. 22 Jair, who had three and twenty cities in
3. 4 in Jerusalem he reigned thirty and three
3. 23 Elioenai, and Hezekiah, and Azrikam, thr.
7. 6 Bela, and Becher, and Jediael, three
10. 6 So Saul died, aud his three sons, and all
11. ii lifted up his spear against three hundred
ii. 12 Ahohite, who (was one) of thethree migh.
ii. 15 Now three of the thirty captains went do.
ii. 18 three brake through the host of the Phil,
ii. 19 These things did these three mightiest
ii. 20 chief of the three, .a name among the th.
ii. 20 for lifting up his spear against three hu.
ii. 21 Of the three he was more honourable th.
ii. 21, 25 attained not to the (first) three
11. 24 and had a name among the three might.
12. 27 with him (were) three thousand and seven
12. 29 of the children of Benjamin, .three thou.
12. 39 there they were with David three days
13. 14 ark ofGod remained . .threemonths. And
21. 10 Thus saith the LORD, I offer thee three
21.12 Either three years famine ; or three mo.
21. 12 or else three days the sword of the LORD
23. 8 chief (was) Jehiel. .Zetham, and Joel, th.
23. 9 Shelomith, and Haziel, and Haran, three
23. 23 Mahli, and Eder, and Jeremoth, three
24. 18 The three and twentieth to Delaiah, the
25. 5 gave to Heman fourteen sons and three
25. 30 The three and twentieth to Mahazioth
29. 4 three thousand talents of gold, of the gold
29. 27 thirty and three (years) reigned he in Je.
2 Ch. 2. 2 three thousand and six hundred to oversee
2. 17 fifty thousand and three thousand and six
2. 18 three thousand and six hundred overseers
4. 4 three looking toward the north, and three
4. 4 three looking toward the south, and three
4. 5 it received and held three thousand baths
6. 13 made a brasen scaffold, of. .three cubits
7. 10 on the three and twentieth day of the se.
8. 13 three times in the year, (even) in thefea.
9. 16 three hundred shields (made he of) beaten
9. 16 three hundred (shekels) of gold went to
9. 21 every three years once came the ships of
10. 5 Come again unto me after three days.
11. 17 three years: for three years they walked
13. 2 He reigned three years in Jerusalem. His
14. 8 out ofJudah three hundred thousand; and
14. 9 thousand thousand, and three hundred c.
17. 14 mighty men of valour three hundred th.
20. 25 they were three days in gathering of the
25. 5 found them three hundred thousand ch.
25. 13 smote three thousand of them, and took
26. 13 under their hand (was) an army three hu.
29. 33 six hundred oxen and three thousand sh.
31. 16 from three years old and upward, (even)
35. 7 thirty thousand, and three thousand bul.
35. 8 gave unto the priests, .three hundred ox.
36. 2 Jehoahaz (was) twenty and three years old
36. 2 and he reigned three months in Jerusalem
36. 9 reigned three months and ten days in J.
Ezra 2. 4 children of Shephatiah, three hundred s.
2. ii of Bebai, six hundred twenty and three
2. 17 of Bezai, three hundred twenty and three
2. 19 of Hashum, two hundred twenty and th.
2. 21 Beth-lehem, an hundred twenty and thr.
Job
Ezra a. 25 Beeroth, seven hundred and forty and th.
2. 28 and Ai, two hundred twenty and three
2. 32 children of Harim, three hundredandtw.
2. 34 children of Jericho, three hundred forty
2. 35 three thousand and six hundred and thi.
2. 36 of Jeshua, nine hundred seventy and th.
2. 58 Nethinims. .(were) three hundred ninety
2. 64 two thousand three hundred (and) three.
2.65 seven thousand three hundred thirty and
8. 5 son of Jahaziel, and with him three hun.
8. 15 and there abode we in tents three days
8. 32 came to Jerusalem, and abode there thr.
10. 8 whosoever would not come within three
10. 9 together unto Jerusalem within three da.
Neh. 2. ii came to Jerusalem, and was there three
7. 9 children of Shephatiah, three hundred se.
7. 17 two thousand three hundred twenty and
7. 22 of Hashum, three hundred twenty and
7. 23 children of Bezai, three hundred twenty
7. 29 Beeroth, seven hundred forty and three
7. 32 menof. .Ai.an hundred twenty and three
7. 35 children of Harim, three hundred and tw.
7. 36 children of Jericho, three hundred forty
7. 38 three thousand nine hundred and thirty
7. 39 The priests . . nine hundred seventy and t.
7. 60 Nethinims. .(were) three hundred ninety
7. 66 two thousand three hundred and threesc.
7. 67 of whom (there were) seven thousand th.
Esth. 4. 16 neither eat nordrink threedays, night or
8. 9 on the three and twentieth (day) thereof
9. 15 slew three hundred men at Shushan: but
i. 2 born unto him seven sons and three dau.
i. 3 His substance also was. .three thousand
i. 4 sent and called for their three sisters, to
1. 17 Chaldeans made out three bands, and fell
2. ii Now when Job s three friends heard of all
32. i So these three men ceased to answer Job
32. 3 Also against his three friends was his wr.
32. 5 answer in the mouth of (these) three men
42. 13 He had also seven sons and three daught.
Prov.3o. 15 There are three (things that) are never s.
30. 1 8 There be three (things which) are too wo.
30. 21 For three (things) the earth is disquieted
30. 29 There be three (things) which go well, yea
Isa. 16. 14 Within three years, as the years of an hir.
17. 6 two (or) three berries in the top of the up.
20. 3 walked naked and barefoot three years(for)
Jer. 25. 3 that (is) thethree and twentieth year, the
36. 23 when Jehudi had read three or four leav.
52. 24 second priest, and the three keepers of
52. 28 three thousand Jews, and three and twe.
52. 30 In the three and twentieth year of Neb.
Eze. 4. 5 three hundred and ninety days : so shalt
4. 9 three hundred arid ninety days shalt thou
14. 14 Though these three men, Noah, Daniel
14. 16, 18 these three men (were) in it, (as) I live
40. 10, 21, three on this side, and three on that
40. 10 they three (were) of one measure: and the
40. 48 breadth of the gate (was) three cubits on
40. 48 and three cubits on that side
41. 6 side chambers (were) three, one over ano.
41. 16 galleries round about on their three sto.
41. 22 altar of wood (was) three cubits high, and
48. 31 three gates northward ; one gate of Reu.
48. 32 at the east side . . three gates; and one ga.
48. 33 three gates; one gate of Simeon, onegate
48. 34 three gates; one gate of Gad, one gate of
Dan. i. 5 so nourishing them three years, that at
8. 14 Unto two thousand and three hundred d.
10. 2 I Daniel was mourning three full weeks
10. 3 anoint myself at all, till three whole wee.
11. 2 there shall stand up yet three kings in P.
12. 12 cometh to the thousand three hundred
Amos i. 3, 6, 9, ii, 13 For three transgressions of
2. i, 4, 6 saith the LORD, For three transgress.
4 and bring, .your tithes after three years
7 when (there were) yet three months to the
8 two (or) three cities wandered unto one
7 in the belly of the fish three days and th.
3
was an exceeding great city of three days
Zech ii. 8 Three shepherds also I cut off in one mo.
2. Three, sheloshah [v.L. D cn re ].
2 Sa. 23. 13 three of the thirty chief went down, and
3. Third vty shelishi.
Eze. 42. 3 gallery against gallery in three (stories)
4. To be threefold, three years old, e*S-f shalash, 4.
Eze. 42. 6 For they (were) in three (stories) , but had
5.Three, rbv telath.
Ezra 6. 4 three rows of great stones, and a row of
Dan. 3. 23 these three men, Shadrach, Meshach an<*
3. 24 Did not we cast three men bound into the
6. 2 over these three presidents, of whom Da.
6. 10 kneeled upon his knees three times a day
6. 13 but maketh his petition three times a day
7. 5 (it had) three ribs in the mouth of it bet.
7. 8 there were three of the first horns pluck.
7. 20 which came up, and before whom three
7. 24 be diverse . . and he shall subdue three ki.
6. Three, rpeis treis.
Matt 12. 40 as Jonas was three days and three nights
12. 40 so shall the Son. .be three days and three
13. 33 leaven, which a woman took and hid in th.
15. 32 because they continue withme nowthreed.
17. 4 if thou wilt, let us make now three t.
18. 16 in the mouth of two or three witnesses
18. 20 where two or three are gathered together
26. 61 said, I am able, .to build it in three days
27. 40 Thou that, .buildest (it) in three days, save
Jon.
4.
4.
4.
i. 17
3.
THREE 984 THRONE
Matt 27. 61 that deceiver said . . After three days I will
M-irk 8 2 they have now been with me three days
8 31 be killed, and after three days rise again
3 let us make three tabernacles; one forth.
T! eg within three days I will build another ma.
,t 20 that destroyest . . and buildest (it) in three
Luke i rt Mary abode with her about three monthfl
2 46 after three days they found him in the te.
A 2= the heaven was shut up three years, and
^ let us make three tabernacles ; one for th.
jo 36 Which now of these three thinkest thou
,i say unto him, Friend, lend me three loa.
,2 S2 three against two, and two against three
n 7 these three years I come seeking fruit on
11 21 took and hid in three measures of meal
John 2. 6 containing two or three firkins apiece
2 iq Destroy this temple, and in three days I
2. 20 and wilt thou rear it up in three days?
21. ii fishes, an hundred and fifty and three
Acts 5 7 it was about the space of three hours af .
7 20 nourished up in his father s house three
o o he was three days without sight, and ne.
10. IQ said unto him, Behold, [three] men seek
ir. ii there were three men already come unto
17 2 three sabbath days reasoned with them
IQ 8 spake boldly for the space of three mon.
20. 3 (there) abode three months. And when
25 i after three days he ascended from Cesarea
28! 7 received us, and lodged us three days co.
28. ii after three months we departed in a ship
28. 12 landing at Syracuse, we tarried (there) th.
28. 17 after three days Paul called the chief of
1 Co. 10 8 fell in one day three and twenty thousand
i-t. 1 1 nowabideth faith, hope, charity, these th.
14 27 at the most (by) three, and (that) by cou.
14. 29 Let the prophets speak two or three, and
2 Co. 13 tin the mouth of two or three witnesses sh.
Gal. i. 18 after three years I went up to Jerusalem
i Ti. 5. ig receive not. but before two or three wit.
Heb. 10. 28 died without mercy under two or three
Jas s x 7 by the space of three years and six mon
! J o 5 7 there are three . . [and these three are one]
5 . 8 there are three . . and these three agree in
Rev 6. 6 and three measures of barley fora penny
8. 13 voices of the trumpet of the three angels
Q. 18 By these three was the third part of men
1 1. 9 shall see their dead bodies three days and
ii. ii after three days and an half the spirit of
16. 13 I saw three unclean spirits like frogs (co.)
16 IQ the great city was divided into three pa.
21. 13 the east, three gates ; on the north, three
21. 13 south, three gates ; and on the west, three
THREE (hundred, thousand)
I. Three hundred, rpiaK6<riot
triakosioi.
Mark 1 4. 5 sold for more than three hundred pence
John 1 2. 5 Why was not this., sold for three hundred
2.Three thousand, rptffx 1^101 trischilioi.
Acts 2. 41 there were added . .about three thousand
THREE days, months, times, years old, --pace of
I. Third, V ty shelishi.
Isa. 15. 5 an heifer of three years old: for by them.
Jer. 48. 34 an heifer of three years old
2. To be threefold, three years old, thy shalash, 4.
Gen. 15. 9 Take me an heifer of three years old, and
15. 9 of three years old of three years old, and
3. Third, ci^p shilshom.
i Sa. 21. 5 kept from usabout these three days, since
4. Three months, rpifj.rivuv trimtnon.
Heb. 1 1. 23 Moses, .was hid three months of his par.
5. Thrice, rpts iris.
Acts ii. 10 this was done three times, and all were
G.Three years, rpitria trietia.
Acts 20. 31 by the space of three years I ceased not
THREE days or parts, to stay or divide into
To put into three, stay three days, vh? shalash, 3.
Deut 1 9. 3 Thou shalt. .divide the coasts, .into three
i Sa. 20. 19 And (when) thou hast stayed three days
THREE TAVERNS, Tpe?s Ta&epvai.
A place thirty-two miles S. of Rome, on the road which
Paul travelled after he landed at Puteoli, and where
some brethren met him.
Acts 28.15 they came to meet us as far as . . The T. T.
THREEFOLD
To be threefold, vhy shalash, 4.
Eccl. 4. 12 a threefold cord is not quickly broken
THREESCORE
1. Sixty, DTP? shishshim.
Gen. 25. 26 Isaac (was) threescore years old when she
46. 26 wives, all the souls (were) threescore and
Lev. 12. 5 shall continue .. threescore and six days
Num. i. 39 threescore and two thousand and seven
2. 26 threescore and two thousand and seven
3. 50 thousand three hundred and threescore
26. 25 threescore and four thousand and three
26. 27 threescore thousand and five hundred
26. 43 threescore and four thousand and four h.
31. 34 And threescore and one thousand asses
31. 39 of which the LORD S tribute (was) threes.
Deut. 3. 4 threescore cities, all the region of Argob
Josh 13. 30 which (are) in Bashan, threescore cities
3 Sa. 2. 31 three hundred and threescore men died
i Ki. 4.13 threescore great cities with walls and br.
4. 22 thirty measures of fine flour, and threes.
6. 2 length thereof (was) threescore cubits, and
1 Ki. 10. 14 six hundred threescore and six talents of
2 Ki 25 19 threescore men of the people of the land
i Ch. 2. 21 whom he married when he (was) threesc.
2. 23 and the towns thereof, (even) threescore
5. 18 seven hundred and threescore, that went
o 13 thousand and seven hundred and threes.
16. 38 with their brethren, threescore and eight
26 8 (were) threescore and two of Obed-edom
- Ch 3 3 length . .(was) threescore cubits, and the
o. 13 six hundred and threescore and six talents
ii. 21 threescore concubines; and begat.. thre.
12! 3 chariots, and threescore thousand horse.
Ezra 2. 9 of Zaccai, seven hundred and threescore
2. 64 two thousand three hundred (and) three.
8. 10 with him an hundred and threescore males
8. 13 Shemaiah, and with them threescore ma.
Neh. 7. 14 of Zaccai, seven hundred and threescore
7 . i8of Adonikam six hundred threescore and
7. 19 of Bigvai two thousand threescore and
7 . 66 two thousand three hundred and threes.
7. 72 and threescore and seven priests garments
ii. 6 four hundred threescore and eight valiant
Song 3. 7 threescore valiant men (are) about it, of
6. 8 There are threescore queens.and fourscore
Isa. 7! 8 within threescore and five years shall Ep.
.Jer 52 25 threescore men of the people of the land
Eze 40. 14 He made also posts of threescore cubits
Dan o. 25 seven weeks, and threescore and two we.
9. 26 after threescore and two weeks shall Me.
2. Sixty, jW shittin.
Ezra 6 3 threescore cubits . . breadth . . threescore
Daji 3. i whose height (was) threescore cubits,(and)
5 . 31 (being) about threescore and two years old
S.Sixti/, ft-(\Kovra. hexekonta.
Luke24. 13 which was from Jerusalem, .threescore f.
i Ti 5 o Let not a widow be taken, .under threes.
Rev ii. 3 a thousand two hundred (and} threescore
12 6 a thousand two hundred (and) threescore
13. 18 his number(is)six hundred threescore(and)
THREESCORE and ten
I. Seventy, D J?3?> shibim.
Gen. 46. 27 the souls, .which came. . threescore and t.
50. 3 mourned for him threescore and ten days
Exodis. 27 wells, .and threescore and ten palm trees
Nuni33. 9 in Elim (were).. threescore and ten palm t.
Deut 10. 12 down into Egypt with threescore and ten
Judg. i. 7 Threescore and ten kings, having their t.
8. 30 Gideon had threescore and ten sons of his
9. 2 threescore and ten persons, reign over you
9. 4 they gave him threescore and ten (pieces)
9. 5, 1 8 threescore and ten persons, upon one
9. 24 to the threescore and ten sons of Jerubbaal
12. 14 that rode on threescore and ten ass colts
i Sa. 6. 19 fifty thousand and threescore and ten men
i Ki. 5. 15 Solomon had threescore and ten thousand
1 Ch.2i. 5 Judah (was) four hundred threescore and
2 Ch. 2. 2 Solomon told out threescore and ten tho.
2. 1 8 he set threescore and ten thousand of them
29. 32 was threescore and ten bullocks, an him.
36. 21 kept sabbath, to fulfil threescore and ten
Psa. 90. 10 The days, .(are) threescore years and ten
Zech. i. 12 had indignation these threescore and ten
2. Seventy, ifrbowKovra hebdomekonta.
Acts 23. 23 Makeready. .horsemen threescore and ten
THREESCORE thousand
Six myriads, mxa-) v$ shesh ribboth.
Kzra 2. 69 threescore and one thousand drams of go.
THREESCORE and fifteen
1. Seventy and Jive, wcm C y?iff shibim ve-chamesh.
Gen. 25. 7 aii hundred threescore and fifteen years
Exod^S. 25 seven hundred and threescore and fifteen
N 110131. 37 was six hundred and threescore and fifteen
^..Seventyfive, i^ofji-f\K.ovra.irtvTfhebdomekontapen.
Acts 7. 14 all his kindred, threescore and fifteen so.
THREESCORE and fourteen
Four and seventy, D i 2?1
] ny-nN arbaah ve-shibim.
Num. i. 27 threescore and fourteen thousand and six
2. 4 threescore and fourteen thousand and six
THREESCORE and seventeen
Seventy and seven, njftpi C i 21? shibim ve-shibah.
Judg. 3. 14 elders thereof, (even) threescore and sev.
THREESCORE and sixteen
1. Six and seventy, D-yripi ny shishshah ve-shibim.
Nuni26. 22 threescore and sixteen thousand and five
2. Seventy six, t^So^Kovra. hebdomekonta hex.
Acts 27. 37 two hundred threescore and sixteen souls
THREESCORE and thirteen
Three and sewnti/, C i ^n pxf sheloshah ve-shibim.
Num. 3. 43, 46 two hundred and threescore and thir.
THREESCORE and twelve
Two and seventy, D y=ch Vp? shenayim ve-shibim.
Num 3 i. 33 threescore and twelve thousand beeves
3 i. 38 the LORD S tribute (was) threescore and t.
THRESH, be threshed, to
1. To tread down, thresh, n dush.
2 Ki. 13. 7 had made them like the dust by threshing
i Ch.2i. 20 Now Oman was threshing wheat
Isa. 28. 28 because he will not ever be threshing it
41. 15 thou shalt thresh the mountains, and beat
Amos i. 3 because they have threshed Gilead with
Mic. 4. 13 Arise and thresh, daughter of Zion : for
Hab. 3. 12 thou didst thresh the heathen in anger
2. To be trodden doum, threshed, eM dush, 6.
Isa. 28. 27 For the fitches are not threshed with a
3. To cause to <jn, tread, IITJ darak, 5.
Jer. 51. 33 daughter of Babylon, .(it is) time to thresh
4. To beat out or of, BSQ chabat.
Judg. 6. ii Gideon threshed wheat by the wine press
5.To tread down, thresh, oAoaw aloao.
i Co. 9. 10 that he that thresheth in hope should be
THRESHING (floor, instrument, place)
\. Threshing floors, ]"rm idderin.
Dan. 2. 35 like the chaff of the summer threshing fl.
2. Threshing floor, pi goren.
Gen. 50. 10 they came to the threshing floor of Atad
Num 15. 20 the heave offering of the threshing floor
18. 27 though (it were) the corn of the threshing f.
1 8. 30 as the increase of the threshing floor, and
Ruth 3. 2 hewinnoweth barley.. in the threshing fl.
1 Sa. 23. i fight, .and they rob the threshing floors
2 Sa. 6. 6 when they came to Nat-lion s threshing fl.
24. 16 angel of thejLoKD was by the threshing pi.
24. 18 rear an altar, .in the threshing floor of A.
24. 21 To buy the threshing floor of thee, to bu.
24. 24 David bought the threshing floor and the
1 01.13. 9 when they came unto the threshing floor
21.15 stood by the threshing floor of Oman the
21. 18 in the threshing floor of Oman the Jebu.
21. 21 wentoutof the threshing floor, and bowed
21. 22 Grant me the place of (this)threshing floor
21. 28 had answered him in the threshing floor
2 Ch. 3. i had prepared in the threshing floor of Or.
Jer. 51. 33 daughter of Babylon, .like a threshing fl.
3. Treading dovm, threshing, v3 dayish.
Lev. 26. 5 your threshing shall reach unto the vin.
4.A threshing roller, pin charuts.
Isa. 28. 27 not threshed with athreshing instrument
Amos i. 3 have threshed Gilead with threshing in.
5. What is trodden down or threshed, n?nz? medushsh.
Isa. 21. 10 O my threshing, and the corn of my floor
6.^4 threshing instrument, rye morag.
2 Sa 24. 22 behold.. threshing instruments and (ot.1
T Ch.2i. 23 the threshing instruments for wood, and
Isa. 41. 15 a new sharp threshing instrument having
THRESHOLD
I. Gatherings, store chambers, C ECt asuppim.
Neh. 12. 25 keeping the ward at the thresholds of
1. Threshold, entrance, space, rp saph.
Judgig. 27 behold, .her hands (were) upon the thrts.
i Ki 14 17 when she came to the threshold of the
Eze 40 6 measured the threshold of the gate, (wh.
40 6 the other threshold (of the gate, which
4o 7 the threshold of the gate, by the porch
3 8 setting of their threshold by my thresh.
Zeph. 2. 14 desolation (shall be) in the thresholds: for
^.Threshold, sill, J$EC miphtan.
i Sa s. 4 his hands (were) cut off upon the thresh.
5 . 5 tread on the threshold of Dagon in Ash.
Eze o 3 was gone up. .to the threshold of the ho.
10 4 (and stood) over the threshold of the ho.
10 1 8 departed from off the threshold of the
46. 2 he shall worship at the threshold of the
47 i waters issued out from under the thresh.
Zeph. i. 9 punish all those that leap on the thresh.
THRICE
1 Three beats, times, C CJJ? "^"f shalosh peamim.
Exod34 . 23 Thrice in the year shall all your men ch. ^ J^ 3 , _* Al.., T ~TA +V,r n^wl *>i/>*
34 24 appear before the LOKD thy God thrice
i iV. 18 Smite upon the ground : and he smote t.
13. 19 whereas now thou shalt smite . (but) th.
2.Thrice, rpis tris.
Matt 26 34 before, .cockcrow, thou shalt denymetn.
26 75 Before . . cock crow, thou shalt deny meth.
ci 4 30 before the cock crow, .shalt deny me th.
14 72 Before the cock crow, .shalt deny me th.
22" 34 thou shalt thrice deny that thou knowest
22 61 Before the cock crow, .shalt deny me th.
ohm -t -8 not crow, till thou hast denied me thrice
,cts 10. 16 This was done thrice : and the vessel was
K
Marki
i
Lukes
* Co ii. 25 Thrice was I beaten, thrice I suffered sh.
; 2 . 8 For this thingl besought the Lord thrice
THROAT, (to take by the)
1. The throat, neck, Jnj garon.
Psa ; q their throat (is) an open sepulchre ; they
fe 3 I am weary of my crying; my throat is
i 7 neither speak they through their throat
Jer. I. 25 Withhold . . thy throat from thirst : but
2. Throat, gullet, 5/? loa.
Prov 23. 2 put a knife to thy throat, if thou (be) a
3 Throat, upper part of windpipe, xdpvyl larugx
Rom. 3. 13 Their throat (is) an open sepulchre : with
4. To press the throat, irv(ju> jmigo.
Matt.iS. 28 and took, .by the throat, saying, Pay me
THRONE
1 . Seat of king, judge or priest, NE?
Gen 41 40 only in the throne will I be greater than
Exodii. s the first born, .that sitteth upon his th.
12 20 from the first born . . that sat on histhr.
Deut 17. 18 when he sitteth upon the throne of In
1 Sa 2 8 to make them inherit the throne of glorr
2 Sa! 3! 10 to set up the throne of David over Israel
7,3! will stablish the throne of his kingdom
THRONE 985 THROUGH
2 Sa. 7.
14.
i Ki. i.
2 Ki.io.
13-
15-
25-
1 Ch.i7.
17-
22.
28.
29.
2 Ch. 6.
6.
7-
9-
9-
9-
18.
18.
23-
Neh. 3 .
Esth. i.
Job 36.
Psa. 9.
9-
ii.
45-
47-
93-
94-
97-
103.
122.
I 3 2.
132.
Provi6.
20.
20.
25-
29.
Isa. 6.
9-
14.
14.
16.
22.
47-
66.
Jer. i.
3-
*3-
14.
7-
17-
22.
22.
22.
29.
33-
33-
36-
43-
49-
52-
Lam. 5.
Eze. i.
i.
10.
26.
Jon. 3.
Hag. 3.
Zech. 6.
1 6 thy throne shall be established for ever
9 and the king and his throne (be) guiltless
13, 17, 24, 30 he shall sit upon my throne
20, 27 sit on the throne of my lord the king
35 that he may come and sit upon my thro.
37 make his throne greater than the throne
46 Solomon sitteth on the throne of the kin.
47 make his throne greater than thy throne
48 hath given (one; to sit on my throne tins
4 there shall not fail, .a man on the throne
1 2 Then sat Solomon upon the throne of D.
19 sat down on his throne, and caused a seat
24 set me on the throne of David my father
33 upon his house, and upon his throne, sh.
45 the throne of David shall be established
6 thouhast given him a son to sit on histh.
5 Thy son, whom I will set upon thy throne
7 he made a porch for the throne where he
20 sit on the throne of Israel, as the LORD
25 a man. .to sit on the throne of Israel ; so
5 I will establish the throne of thy kingdom
5 shall not fail thee a man upon the throne
9 to set thee on the throne of Israel : beea.
18 Moreover the king made a great throne
11 as soon as he sat on his throne, (that; be
10 sat each on his throne, having put on th.
19 saw the LORD sitting on his throne, and
3 set (him) on his father s throne, and fight
30 children, .shall sit on the throne of Israel
19 And he sat on the throne of the kings
13 Jeroboam sat upon his throne : and Joash
12 Thy sons shall sit on the throne of Israel
28 set his throne above the throne of the ki.
12 and I will stablish his throne for ever
14 throne shall be established for evermore
10 will establish the throne of his kingdom
5 chosen Solomon, .to sit upon the throne
23 Then Solomon sat on the throne of the L.
10 am set on the throne of Israel, as the Lo.
16 not fail thee a man. .to sit upon the thro.
18 Then will I stablish the throne of thy kin.
8 to set thee on his throne, (to be) king for
17 Moreover the king made a great throne
18 steps to the throne, .fastened to the thr.
9 sat either of them on his throne, clothed
18 I saw the LORD sitting upon his throne
20 set the king upon the throne of the king.
7 unto the throne of the governor on this
2 Ahasuerussat on the throne of his king.
1 king sat upon his royal throne in the ro.
7 but with kings (are they) on the throne
4 thou satest in the throne judging right
7 hath prepared his throne for judgment
4 the LORD S throne (is) in heaven : his eyes
6 Thy throne, O God, (is) for ever and ever
8 God sitteth upon the throne of his holin.
4 and build up thy throne to all generatio.
14 the habitation of thy throne : mercy and
29 and his throne as the days of heaven
36 endure for ever, and his throne as the sun
44 and cast his throne down to the ground
2 Thy throne (is) established of old : thou
20 Shall the throne of iniquity have fellows.
2 judgment (are) the habitation of his thr.
19 LORD hath prepared his throne in the he.
5 thrones of judgment, the thrones of the
1 1 fruit of thy body will I set upon thy throne
12 children shall also sit upon thy throne for
12 for the throne is established by righteous.
8 A king that sitteth in the throne of jud.
28 and his throne is uphplden by mercy
5 throne shall be established in righteous.
14 his throne shall be established for ever
i saw also the LORD sitting upon a throne
7 upon the throne of David, and upon his
9 it hath raised up from their thrones all
13 I will exalt my throne above the stars of
5 in mercy shall the throne be established
23 he shall be for a glorious throne to his fa.
i no throne, daughter of the Chaldeans
1 The heaven (is) my throne, and the earth
15 they shall set every one his throne at the
17 they shall call Jerusalem the throne of
13 even the kings that sit upon David s throne
21 do not disgrace the throne of thy glory
12 A glorious high throne from the beginning
25 kings and princes sitting upon the throne
2 that sittest upon the throne of David, th.
4 kings sitting upon the throne of David
30 sitting upon the throne of David, and ru.
16 king that sitteth upon the throne of David
17 never want a man to sit upon the throne
21 not have a son to reign upon his throne
30 shall have none to sit upon the throne of
10 will set his throne upon these stones that
38 will set my throne in Elam, and will dest.
32 set his throne above the throne of the kin.
19 thy throne from generation to generation
26 the likeness of a throne, as the appearance
26 upon the likeness of the throne (was) the
i the appearance of the likeness of a throne
16 shall come down from their thrones, and
7 place of my throne, and the place of the
6 arose from his throne, and he laid his ro.
22 I will overthrow the throne of kingdoms
13 shall sit and rule upon his throne ; and
13 he shall be a priest upon his throne
2. Seat, throne, n^? kisseh.
i Ki.io. 19 throne had six steps, .the top of the thr.
Job 26. 9 He holdeth back the face of his throne
3. Seat, throne, W\% korse.
Dan. 5. 20 he was deposed from his kingly throne
7. 9 I beheld till the thrones were cast down
7. 9 his throne (was like) the fiery llame, (and)
4. A judgment seat, tribunal, pfjpabema.
Acts 12. 21 Herod .. sat upon his throne, and made an
5. Throne, seat, 0povos thrones.
Matt. 5. 34 neither by heaven ; for it is God s throne
19. 28 when the Son of man shall sit in the thr.
19. 28 ye also shall sit upon twelve thrones, ju.
23. 22 sweareth by the throne of God, and by hi.
25. 31 then shall he sit upon the throne of his
Luke i. 32 shall give unto him the throne of his fat.
22. 30 sit on thrones judging the twelves tribes
Acts 2. 30 he would raise up Christ to sit on his thro.
7. 49 Heaven (is) my throne, and earth (is) my fo.
Col. i. 1 6 thrones, or dominions, or principalities
Heb. i. 8 Thy throne, O God, (is) for ever and ever
4. 16 come boldly unto the throne of grace, that
8. i who is set on the right hand of the throne
12. 2 set down at the right hand of the throne
Rev. i. 4 seven spirits which are before his throne
3. 21 will I grant to sit with me in my throne
3. 21 am set down with my Father in his throne
4. 2 throne was set. . and (;>ne) sat on the thr.
4. 3 rainbow round about the throne, in sight
4. 4 round about the throne (were) four and
4. 5 out of the throne proceeded lightnings and
4. 5 lamps of fire burning before the throne
4. 6 before the throne (there was) a sea of glass
4. 6 midst of the throne, and round about the t.
4. 9 and thanks to him that sat on the throne
4. 10 fall down before him that sat on the thro.
4. 10 cast their crowns before the throne, sayi.
5. i, 7 right hand of him that sat on the throne
5. 6 in the midst of the throne and of the four
5. ii many angels round about the throne and
5. 1 3 unto him that sitteth upon the throne, and
6. 16 the face of him that sitteth on the throne
7. 9 [stood before the throne, and before the]
7. 10 to our God which sitteth upon the throne
7. ii the angels stood round about the throne
7. ii fell before the throne on their faces, and
7. 15 Therefore are they before the throne of
7. 15 he that sitteth on the throne shall dwell
7. 17 Lamb which is in the midst of the throne
8. 3 golden altar winch was before the throne
12. 5 was caught up unto God, and (to) his thr.
14. 3 sung as it were a new song before the th.
14. 5 [they are without fault before the throne]
1 6. 1 7 came a great voice . . from the throne, say.
19. 4 worshipped God that sat on the throne
19. 5 voice came out of the throne, saying, Pra.
20. 4 saw thrones, and they sat upon $hem, and
20. ii saw a great white throne, and him that
21. 5 he that sat upon the throne said, Behold
22. i proceeding out of the throne of God and
22. 3 but the throne of God and of the Lamb sh.
THRONG
1. To squeeze, press, 0A.i/3cu thlibo.
Mark 3. 9 should Wait . . lest they should throng him
2. To press together, ffvfjLirviyta sumpnigd.
Luke 8. 42 But as he went the people thronged him
3. To hold together, a-vvtxu sunecho.
Luke 8. 45 the multitude throng thee ant? press (thee)
4 .To squeeze together, ffvvO\ifi<t> sunthlibfi.
Mark 5. 24 much people followed him, and throng.
5. 31 Thou seest the multitude thronging thee
THROUGH (the midst of), throughout (every)
1. Unto, ^N el.
Num 25. 8 thrust, .the man. .and the woman throu.
2. Into,
V.D2 bemo.
Isa. 43. 2 when thou walkest through the fire, thou
3.At, beside, through, 15;? bead.
Josh. 2. 15 she let them down by a cord through the
4. The way, "m^ derek.
2 Sa. 4. 7 gat them away through the plain all nig.
5. By the hand of, by means of, T? be-yad.
Zech. 4. 12 What, .two olive branches which through
6. To shoot, cast, TV yarah.
Exodig. 13 he shall surely be stoned, or shot through
7. From, ]Q min.
Isa. 28. 7 the prophet have erred through strong dr.
8. Over, ry al.
2 Ch.2o. 3 proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah
Jer. 52. 3 through the anger of the LORD it came to
9. From the face of, .150 mip-pene.
Gen. 6. 13 for the earth is filled with violence thro.
10. In the heart of, 3"?i23 be-qereb.
Deut2g. 16 how we came through the nations which
Josh. i. ii Pass through the host, and command the
24. 17 among all the people through whom we
11.In the midst of, ~in3 [tavek],
Exod36. 33 he made the middle bar to shoot through Num 33. 8 passed through the midst of the sea into
Neh. 9. ii so that they went through the midst of
Eze. 9. 4 said unto him, Go through the midst of
9. 4 through the midst of Jerusalem, and set
12. Up, through, avd ana.
Mark 7. 31 lie came, .through the midst of the coasts
IS. Through, Sid (yen.) dia.
Matti2. i Jesus went on the sabbath day through the
12. 43 he walketh through dry places, seeking
19. 24 It is easier for a camel to go through the
Mark 2. 23 he went through the com fields on thesa.
9. 30 they departed thence, and passed through
10. 25 It is easier for a camel to go through the
n. 16 any man should carry (any) vessel throu.
Luke 4. 30 he passing through the midst of them we.
5. 19 let him down through the tiling with (his)
6. i he went through the corn fields ; and his
11. 24 he walketh through diy places, seeking re.
17. i but woe (unto him) through whom they
17. ii he passed through the midst of Samaria
1 8. 25 it is easier for a camel to go through a ne.
John i. 7 that all (men) through him might believe
3. 17 that the world through him might be sav.
4. 4 And he must needs go through Samaria
8. 59 went out of the tern pie, going through them.
17. 20 which shall believe on me through their
19. 23 coat was. .woven from the top throughout
Acts i. 2 after that he through the Holy Ghost had
8. 1 8 Simon saw that through laying on of the
9. 32 it came to pass, as Peter passed through.
10. 43 through his name whosoever believeth in
13. 38 through this man is preached unto you
13. 49 the word, .was published throughout all
14. 22 we must through much tribulation enter
15. ii we believe that through the grace orthe
1 8. 27 helped them, .which had believed throu.
20. 3 he purposed to return through Macedon.
21. 4 who said to Paul through the Spirit, that
Rom. i. 81 thank my God through Jesus Christ for
2. 23 through breaking the law dishonourestth.
3. 24 through the redemption that is in Christ
3. 25 through faith in his blood, to declare his
3. 30 shall justify, .uncircumcision through fa.
3. 31 Do we then make void thelaw through fa.
4. 13 through the law, but through the righte.
5. i we have peace with God through our Lo.
5. 9 we shall be saved from wrath through him
5. ii we also joy in God through our Lord Jes.
5. 21 so might grace reign through righteousn.
7. 25 I thank God through Jesus Christ our L.
8. 3 in that it was weak through the flesh, G.
8. 37 we are more than conquerors, through him
11. 36 For of him, and through him, and to him
12. 3 I say, through the grace given unto me
15. 4 we through patience and comfort of the
16. 27 To God only wise, (be) glory through Jesus
1 Co. i. i called (to be) an apostle., through the will
4. 15 I have begotten you through the Gospel
10. i all our fathers, .passed through the sea
13. 12 we see through a glass, darkly ; but then
15. 57 which giveth us the victory through our
2 Co. 3. 4 such trust have we through Christ to God
4.15 the abundant grace might through the
3. 1 8 whose praise (is) in the Gospel, through.
0. 1 1 which eauseth through us thanksgiving
11. 33 through a window in a basket was I let
Gal. 2. 19 I throughthelawamdeadtothelaw, that
3. 14 receive the promise of the Spirit through
4. 7 if a son, then an heir of God through Ch.
Eph. i. 7 In whom we have redemption through his
2. 8 by grace are ye saved through faith ; and
2. 1 8 through him we both have access by one
4. 6 who (is) above all, and through all, and
Phil. 1.19 this shall turn to my salvation through
3. 9 that which is through the faith of Christ
Col. i. i4[Inwhomwehaveredemptionthroughhis]
1. 20 having made peace through the blood of
1. 22 In the body of his flesh through death, to
2. 8 le;t any man spoil you through philosophy
2. 12 through the faith of the operation of God
2 Ti. i. 10 life and immortality to light through the
3. 15 wise unto salvation through faith which
Titus 3. 6 Which he shed on us abundantly through
Phm. 22 I trust that through your prayers I shall
Heb. 2. 10 the Captain of their salvation perfect thr.
2. 14 through death he might destroy him that
6. 12 followers of them who through faith and
9. 14 who through theeternalspiritofferedhim.
10. 10 we are sanctified through the offering of
10. 20 a new and living way.. through the veil, t.
11. 33 Who through faith subdued kingdoms
ii. 39 having obtained a good report through fa.
13. 21 that which is well pleasing, .through Jes.
1 Pe. i. 5 kept by the powei of God through faith un.
i. 22 obeying the truth [through the Spirit] unto
4. ii that God. .may be glorified through Jesus
2 Pe. i. 3 through the knowledge of him that hath
1 Jo. 4. 9 into the world, that we might live through
14. Through, on account of, Sid (ace.) dia.
Luke i. 78 Through the tender mercy of our God
Johms- 3 ye are clean through the word which I ha.
Rom 2. 24 blasphemed among the Gentiles through
Gal. 4. 13 Ye know how through infirmity of the fl.
Eph. 4. 18 alienated from the life of God through the
15. 1n to, to, els eis.
Matt. 4. 24 his fame went throughout all Syria : and
Mark i. 28 his fame spread abroad throughout all the
i. 39 preached in their synagogues throughout
14. 9 this gospel shall be preached throughout
Acts 26. 20 [throughout] all the coasts of Judea, and
Eph. 3. 21 Unto him (be) glory, .throughout all ages
16. Out of, IK el t ex.
2 Co. 13. 4 though he was crucified through weakn.
Gal. 7. 8 God would justify the heathen through
Rev. 1 8. 3 through the abundance of her delicacies
124
THROUGHLY 986 THUS
17. In, by, with, among, iv en.
Matt. a. 34 lie casteth out devils through the prince
Luke i. 65 these sayings were noised abroad throug.
7. 17 this rumourof him went forth throughout
7. 17 and [throughout] all the region round ab.
jo. 17 the devils are subject unto us through thy
ii. 15 He casteth out devils through Beelzebub
IT. 18 ye say that I cast out devils through Be.
John 17 ii keep through thine own name those whom
17. 17 Sanctify them through thy truth : thy wo.
17. 19 they also might be sanctified through the
20. 31 that believing ye might have life through
Acts 4. 2 preached through Jesus the resurrection
Rom. i . 8 your faith is spoken of throughoutjthe wh.
1. 24 gave them up to uncleanness through the
3. 7 hath more abounded through my lie unto
3. 25 through the forbearance of God
6, ii alive unto God through Jesus Christ our
6. 23 the gift of God (is) eternal life through Je.
9. 17 my name might be declared throughout
15. 13 abound in hope, through the power of the
15. 17 whereof I may glory through Jesus Christ
15. 19 Through mighty signs and wonders, by
2 Co. ii. 3 as the serpent beguiled Kve through his
Gal. 3. 14 come on the Gentiles through Jesus Chr.
5. 10 I have confidence in you through the L.
Eph. 2. 7 in (his) kindness toward us through Christ
2. 22 for an habitation of God through the spi.
Will. 4. 7 keep your hearts and mind sthrough Chr.
2 Th. 2. 13 through sanctiflcation of the spirit and
2. 16 consolation and good hope through gra.
Titus i. 3 manifested his word through preaching
Heb. 13. 20 through the blood of the everlasting cov.
1 Pe. i. 2 through sanctiflcation of the spirit, unto
i. 6 in heaviness through manifold temptat.
2 Pe. i. i through the righteousness of God and our
i. 2 Graceand peace be multiplied, .through
1. 4 corruption that is in the world through
2. 3 through covetousness shall they with fei.
2. 1 8 they allure through the lusts of the flesh
2. 20 through the knowledge of the Lord and
Rev. 8. 13 heard an angel flying through the midst
18. Upon, over, tvl (dat.) epi.
Acts 3. 1 6 his name through faith in his name hath
i Co. 8. 1 1 [through thy knowledge shall the weak b. ]
19. Upon, over, M (ace.) epi.
Luke 4. 25 great famine was throughout all the land
Acts ii. 28 there should be great dearth throughout
20. Down from, towards, Kara (gen) kata.
Luke 4. 14 there went out a fame of him through all
23. 5 teaching throughout all Jewry, beginning
Acts 9. 31 Then had the churches rest throughout all
9. 42 it was known throughout all Joppa ; and
10. 37 which was published throughout all Jud.
Zl.Dmcn to, Kara (ace.) kata.
Luke 8. i he went throughout every city and village
8. 39 published throughout the whole city how
9. 6 they departed, and went through the to.
13. 22 he went through the cities and villages
Acts 3. 17 I wot that through ignorance ye did (it)
8. i they were all scattered abroad through.
24. 5 among all the Jews throughout the world
Phil. 2. 3 (Let) nothing (be done) through strife or
2 2.All through, Si oAou dt holou.
Johnio. 23 coat was., woven from the top throughout
See also Break, bring, dig, drop, go, march, number,
pan, pierce, run, smite, stricken, strike, thrust, walk.
THROUGHLY
1.7*0 do good or well, 3B? yatab, 5.
Jer. 7. sifyethroughly amend your ways and your
2. To glean, fyy alal, 3a.
Jer. 6. 9 They shall throughly glean the remnant
3.7*0 do, rfyy asah.
Jer. 7. 5 if ye throughly execute judgment betw.
4.7*0 cause to multiply, make abundant, IZT rabah,5.
Psa. 51. 2 Wash me throughly from mine iniquity
5. To strive, plead, 3"i rib.
Jer. 50. 34 he shall throughly plead their cause, that
6. To weigh out, pay, spend, Sp? shaqal .
Job 6. 2 O that my grief were throughly weighed
7. To burning, r\z~yph le-serephah.
Gen. ii. 3 let us make brick, and burn them throu.
THROW (down), be thrown down, to
l.T/o break or throw down, cnn haras.
Judg. 6. 25 throw down the altar of Baal that thy fa.
1 Ki.ig. 10, 14 thrown down thine altars, and slain
Jer. i. 10 and to throw down, to build, and to plant
31. 28 to throw down, and to destroy, and to
Lam. 2. t he hath thrown down in his wrath the st.
2. 17 he hath thrown down, and hath not pitied
Eze. 16. 39 they shall throw down thine eminent pi.
Mic. 5. ii And I will, .throw down all thy strongh.
Mai. i. 4 They shall build, but I will throw down
2. To be broken or thrown down, D^rt haras, 2.
Jer. 31. 40 it shall not be plucked up, nor thrown do.
50. 15 her walls are thrown down; for it (is) the
Eze. 38. 20 themountains shall be thrown down, and
8. To cause to fall, ^8} naphal, 5.
2 Sa. 20. 15 all. .battered the wall, to throw it down
4. To break dotrn, ]Tij nathats.
Judg. 2. 2 ye shall throw down their altars: but ye
6. 32 because he hath thrown down his altar
Jer. 3^. H which are thrown down b.v the mount?
5. To be broken down, fJPIJ nathats, 2.
Nah. i. 6 and the rocks are thrown down by him
6. To break down, f"} nathats, 3.
2 Ch.3i. i threwdowu the high places and the altars
7. To stone, "?pp saqal, 3.
2 Sa. 16. 1 3 Shimei. .threw stones at him, and cast dust
8. To throw down or forth, slwot, rtc"i ramah.
Exod.is. 21 the horse and his rider hath he thrown
9. To cast away, down, off, out, ~7^ shalak, 5.
Neh. 9. ii their persecutors thou threwest into the
10. To be cast away, or out, "^y shalak, 6.
2 Sa. 20. 21 his head shall be thrown to thee over the
ll.T/o release, let go, throw down, BS^ shamat.
2 Ki. 9. 33 Throw her down. So they threw her do.
12.7*0 cast, throw, f}d\\ta ballo.
Marki2. 42 she threw in two mites, which make a fa.
Acts 22. 23 cast off (their) clothes, and threw dust into
Rev. 18. 21 shall that great city Babylon be thrown d.
13. To loose down, Kara\va> kataluo.
Matt 24. 2 one stone . . that shall not be thrown down
Mark 13. 2 one stone .. that shall not be thrown down
Luke2i. 6 one stone, .that shall not be thrown down
14.7/0 throw, plirru rhipto.
Luke 4. 35 when the devil had thrown him in the mi.
THROWING a stone, with
With a stone of the hand, T px? be-eben yad.
Num.35. 17 if he smite him with* throwing a stone
THRUST (away, down, out, self, through, together), to
l.T/o trouble, hasten, Vn? bahal, 5.
2 Ch.26. 20 they thrust him out from thence, yea, hi.
2. To thrust through, pn? bathaq, 3.
Eze. 1 6. 40 and thrust thee through with their swo.
3. 7*0 drive away, cast out, B>1J garash, 3.
Exodn. i he shall surely thrust you out hence alto.
Dent 33. 27 he shall thrust out the enemy from be.
Judg. 9. 41 Zebul thrust out Gaal and his brethren
ii. 2 thrust out Jephthah, and said unto him
i Ki. 2. 27 Solomon thrust out Abiathar from being
4. To thrust away or dmvn, nrn dachah.
Psa. 118. 13 Thou hast thrust sore at me, that I mig.
5. To thrust away, prn dachaq.
Joel 2. 8 Neither shall one thrust another, they
6. To pierce through, ~yy daqar.
Nnni25. 8 he. .thrust both of them through, thenian
Judg. 9. 54 his young man thrust him through, and
i Sa. 31. 4 Draw thy sword, and thrust me through
31. 4 lest these, .come and thrust me through
1 Ch. 10. 4 Draw thy sword, and thrust me through
Zech 13. 3 shall thrust him through when he proph.
7. To thrust, away, forward, out, r,in hadaph.
Jfum35. 20 if he thrust him of hatred, or hurl at him
35. 22 if he thrust him suddenly without enmi.
2 Ki. 4. 27 but Gehazi came near to thrust her away
Eze. 34. 21 ye have thrust with side and with shoul.
8. To press, crush, \rS lachats, 2.
Nuni22. 25 the ass. .thrust herself unto the wall, and
9.7/0 drive or force away, rns nadach, 5.
Deut 13. 5 to thrust thee out of the way which the
13. 10 to thrust thee away from the LORD thy
10. 7*0 drive or thrust away, ^J nadaph.
Job 32 13 Lest ye should say . . God thrusteth him d.
\\.To pick out, ip: naqar.
1 Sa. ii. 2 that I may thrust out all your right eyes
12. To give, jru nathan.
Deut 15.17 thrust (it) through his ear unto the door
13.7*0 strike, clap, blow, thrust, J pi-i taqa
Judg. ^. 21 Ehud .took .and thrust it into his belly
2 Sa. 1 8. 14 thrust them through the heart of Absal.
14. 7"o drive or push away, aTrw6fo/j.ai apolheomai.
Acts 7. 27 thrust him away, saying. Who made thee
15. 7*o cast, throw. &d\\ia ballo.
John2o. 25 thrust my hand into his side, I will not
20. 27 thrust (it) into my side : and be not fait.
Acts 1 6. 24 Who. .thrust them into the inner prison
16.7*0 cast out, tK&d\\<a ekballo.
Luke 4. 29 rose up, and thrust him out of the city
13. 28 in the kingdom of God, and you . . thrust o.
Acts 1 6. 37 now do they thrust us out privily? nay
17.7*0 lead up upon, launch out, t-navdyv epanago.
Luke 5. 3 prayed him that he would thrust out a Ii.
THRUST from, in, to
].T<> drive or push away, dirtti8fufj.at apotheomai.
Acts 7. 39 but thrust, .from them, and in their hearts
2.7*0 cast, throw, j8aAAo> ballo.
Rev. 14. 16 he that sat on the cloud thrust in his si.
14. 19 the angel thrust in his sickle into the ea.
3.7*0 push or drive out, ^taGtta exotheo.
Acts 27. 39 if it were possible, to thrust in the ship
4.7"o send, put forth, vtfiirai pempii.
Rev. 14. 15 Thrust in thy sickle, and reap : for the
14. 18 Thrust in thy sharp sickle, and gather
THRUST away, down, out, through, together, to be
j 1.7*0 be cast out, e1
"!} garash, 4.
J Exodi2. 3$ the.v were thrust out of Egypt, and could
2.7*0 be pierced through, ip? daqar, 2.
Isa. 13. 15 Every one that is found shall be thrust t
3.7*0 be pierced through, ip? daqar, 4.
Jer. 51. 4 (they that are) thrust through in her st.
4. 7"o close, press, be closed, "UT zur.
Judg. 6. 38 he rose up early on the morrow, and thr.
5.7*0 be thrust through, jyp loan, 4.
Isa. 14. 19 are slain, thrust through with a sword
6. To be driven away, "m nadad, 6.
2 Sa. 23. 6 all of them as thorns thrust away, beca.
7. 7*o cause to come dmon, KoTa/8i)3aa> katabibazd.
I.ukc io. 15 thou, Capernaum, .shall be thrust down
8.7*0 shoot through with an arrow, Kararo^fixa.
Heb. 12. 20 [it shall be stoned, or thrust through withj
THUMB
\.Thumb, great toe, jni bohen.
Exod2g. 20 upon the thumb of their right hand, and
Lev. 8. 23 upon the thumb of his right hand, and up.
8. 24 and upon the thumbs of their right hands
14. 14, 17, 25, 28 upon the thumb of his right ha.
Z.Thumb (of the hand), T i?3 bolien yad.
Judg i. 6 and cut off his thumbs and his great toes
i. 7 their thumbs and their great toes cut
THUM -MIM, C Sn tummim, j^rfection.
Symbolic figures in the high priest s breastplate.
Exod28. 30 thou shalt put in the breastplate, .the T.
Lev. 8. 8 also he put in the breastplate .. the T.
Deut 33. 8 (Let) thy T. and thy Urim (be) with thy h.
Ezra 2. 63 stood up a priest with Urim and with T.
Neh. 7. 65 stood (up) a priest with Urim and T.
THUNDER (bolts), thundering
1. Voice, Vip qol.
Exod 9. 23 LORD sent thunder and hail, and the fire
9. 28 there be no (more) mighty thunderings
9. 29 the thunder shall cease, neither shall th.
9. 33 the thunders and hail ceased, and the ra.
9. 34 and the hail and the thunders were ceas.
19. 16 there were thunders and lightnings, and
20. 18 the people saw the thunderings, and the
i Sa. 7. io the LORD thundered with a great thunder
12. 17 he shall send thunder and rain ; that ye
12. 1 8 the LORD sent thunder and rain that day
Job 28. 26 and a way for the lightning of thethund.
38. 25 or a way for the lightning of thunder
2. Roaring, thunder, DJH raam.
Job 26. 14 the thunder of his power who can unders
39. 25 the thunder of the captains, and the sho.
Psa. 77. 18 The voice of thy thunder (was) in the he.
81. 7 answered thee in the secret place of thu.
104. 7 at the voice of thy thunder they hasted
Isa. 29. 6 visited of the LORD of hosts with thunder
3. Thunder, a waving mane, ncjn ramah.
Job 39. 19 hast thou clothed his neck with thunder
4. Burning heat, coals, arrow, r
{
u-\ resheph.
Psa. 78. 48 He gave, .their flocks to hot thunderbolts
5. Thunder, fipotn-i) bronte.
Mark 3. 17 Boanerges, which is, The sonsof thunder
Rev. 4. 5 out of the throne proceeded, .thunderings
6. i I heard, as it were the noise of thunder
8. 5 voices, and thunderings, and lightnings
io. 3 when he had cried, seven thunders utter,
io. 4 when the seven thunders had uttered their
10. 4 those things which the seven thunders ut.
11. 19 lightnings, and voices, and thunderings
14. 2 I heard, .as the voice of a great thunder
16. 18 there were voices, and thunders, and lig.
19. 6 as the voice of mighty thunderings, say.
THUNDER, to
1. 7*o cause to roar, thunder, cyi raam, 5.
1 Sa. 2. io out of heaven shall he thunder upon them
7. io but the LORD thundered with a great th.
2 Sa. 22. 14 The LORD thundered from heaven, and the
Job 37. 4 he thundereth with the voice of his excel.
37. 5 God thundereth marvellously with his vo.
40. 9 canst thou thunder with a voice like him
Psa. 1 8. 13 The LORD also thundered in the heavens
29. 3 the God of glory thundereth : the LORD
2. Thunder came, ytyovt Ppovrii gegone bronte.
John 12. 29 The people, .said that it thundered
THUS
1. These, n^x eleh.
Num io. 28 Thus (were) the journeyings of the child.
I.Thls, nil denah,
Ezra 5! 7 wherein was written thus; Unto Darius
Jer. io. 1 1 Thus shall ye say unto them, The gods th.
3. This, nxi zoth.
Exodi4. ii wherefore hast thou dealt thus with us
4. With this, nxt? be-zoth.
Lev. 1 6. -? Thus shall Aaron come into the holy (pi.)
5. This, m zeh.
Gen. 25. 22 why (am) I thus? And she went to enq.
6. Thus, nb koh.
Gen. 24. 30 saying, Thus spake the man unto me
Isa. 7. 7 Thus saith the Lord GOD, It shall not sta.
7. As thus, thus, nrs kakah.
Exodi2. it thus shall ye eat it. .your loins girded
THY 987 TILL
8. Thus, ID? kemo.
Psa. 73. 15 If I say, I will speak thus: behold, I sh.
9.So, \3 ken.
Gen. 42. 25 Joseph commanded, .thus did he untoth.
IQ.Therefore, ]D
m(
?y al ken.
Jer. 38. 4 for thus he weakeneth the hands of the
11. Sb, thus, \3 ken.
Ezra 5. 3 said thus unto them, Who hathcomman.
6. 2 and therein (was) a record thus written
Dan. 2. 24 he went and said thus unto him, Destroy
2. 25 said thus unto him, I have found a man
4. 14 He cried aloud, and said thus, Hew down
6. 6 said thus unto him, King Darius, live for
7. 5 said thusuntoit, Arise, devourmuch flesh
j. 23 Thus he said, The fourth beast shall be the
12.7%^, so, W? kenema.
Ezra 5. 9 said unto them thus, Whocommanded you
5. it thus they returned us answer, saying, We
13. This thing, njn lyjn had-dabar haz-zeh.
Judg. 8. i Why hast thou served us thus, that thou
14. According to these things, Kara TO.VTO. kata ta.
Luke 1 7. 30 Even thus shall it be in the day when the
15.He she, it, thus, oSe, rdSf hode, tade.
Acts 21. ii Thus saith the Holy Ghost, So shall the
TQ.Thus, ovrw, OVTWS houto, houtos.
Matt. 2. 5 In Bethlehem . .for thus it is written by the
3. 15 for thus it becometh us to fulfil all right.
26. 54 scriptures be fulfilled, that thus it must
Mark 2. 7 Why doth this (man) thus speak blasph. 1
Luke i. 25 Thus hath the Lord dealt with me in the
2. 48 Son, why hast thou thus dealt with us?
19. 31 thus shall ye say unto him, Because the
24. 46 Thusitis written,[andthusitbehoved]Ch.
John 4. 6 being wearied with (his) journey, sat thus
ii. 48 If we let him thus alone, all (men) will be.
Rom. 9. 20 say. .Why hast thou made me thus?
1 Co. 14. 25 [thus] are the secrets of his heart made ma.
Heb. 6. 9 accompany salvation, though we thus sp.
9. 6 Now when these things were thus ordained
Rev. 9. 17 thus I saw the horses in the vision, and
18. 21 Thus with violence shall that great city
17. These things, ravra tauta.
Luke 9. 34 While he thus spake, there came a cloud
ii. 45 Master, thus saying thou reproachest us
1 8. ii Pharisee stood and prayed thus with him.
19. 28 when he had thus spoken, he went before
23. 46 and having said thus, he gave up the gh.
24. 36 as they thus spake, Jesus himself stood
John 9. 6 When he had thus spoken, he spat on the
ii. 43 when he thus had spoken, he cried with
13. 21 When Jesus had thus said, he was troub.
1 8. 22 when he had thus spoken, one of the offi
20. 14 when she had thus said, she turned hers
Acts 19. 41 when he had thus spoken, he dismissed
20. 36 when he had thus spoken, he kneeled do.
26. 24 as he thus spake for himself, Festus said
26. 30 [when he had thus spoken, the king rose]
27. 35 when he had thus spoken, he took bread
Rev. 16. 5 shalt be, because thou hast judged thus
18. This, TOVTO touto.
Luke24. 40 when he had thus spoken, he showed them
2 Co. i. 17 When I therefore was thus minded, did
5. 14 because we thus judge, that if one died
Phil. 3. 15 as many as be perfect, be thus minded
Id. Of this, TOVTOV toutou.
Luke22. 51 Jesus answered and said, Suffer ye thus
THY (friends)
I. To thine own, fftavrw (dat.) seauto.
Acts 9. 34 arise, and make thy bed. And he arose
2.7Yi thee, aoi soi.
Mark 5. 9 he asked him, What (is) thy name? And
Luke 8. 30 What is thy name ? And he said, Legion
Heb. ii. 18 said, That in Isaac shall thy seed be cal.
3. Thy, thine, eras sos.
Matt. 7. 22 in thy name ? . . in thy name . . in thy name
See also 13. 27 ; 24. 3 ; Mark 2. 18 ; 5. 19 ; 6. 30; John 4.
42 ; 17. 17 ; Acts 24. 2, 4 ; i Co. 8. n ; 14. 16 ; Phm. 14.
4. Of thee, thy, thine, crov sou.
Matt. i. 20 fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife
See also 4. 6, 7, 10; 5. 23, 23, 24, 24,24, 29, 29, 29, 30, 30,
3. 36, 39, 40, 43 ; 6. 3, 3, 4, 6, 6, 6, 6, 9, 10, 10, 17, 18, 18,
22, 23; 7. 3, 4, 5 ; 9. 2, 6, 14, 18, 22; ii. 10, 10, 26; 12. 2,
37. 37. 47. 47 ! 5- 2. U.l z8 ; i?- 16 ; 18. 8, 8, 15, 15, 33 ; 19.
[19,] 19; 20. [at,] 21; 21. 5; 22. 37, 37, 37, 37, 39, 44; 23. 37;
25. 21, 23, 25 ; 26. 42, 52, 73 ; Mark i. 2. etc. etc.
THY-A-TI -RA, @vdr(ipa. A city of Lydia in Asia Minor, near the river Lycus,
twenty seven miles N.W. of Sardis, and fifty six N.E. of
Smyrna ; once called Pelopia and Euhippia, now Ak-
Hissar ("white castle"); it was famous for the art of
dying purple; in A.D. 69 Christ sent a message to it
through the apostle John, recorded in Rev. u. 18-24;
in 366 Valeus the Eastern emperor gained a victory
over Procopius here.
Acts 16. 14 woman . . seller of purple, of the city of T.
Rev. i. ii write in a book, and send, .unto T., and
2. 18 unto the angel of the church in T. write
2. 24 unto you I say, and unto the rest in T.
THYINE (wood)
Thya. or thyine tree, Ovivos thuinos.
Rev. 1 8. 12 The merchandise of . .all thyine wood, and
THYSELF
1. Thy soul, ny?) naphshek.
Esth. 4. 13 Think not with thyself that thou shalt es.
2. Oneself, tavr6v heauton.
Rom. 13. 9 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as [thyself]
Gal. 5. 14 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as [thyself]
3. Of one s self, tavrov heautou.
JohmS. 34 Sayest thou this thing [of thyself], or dido.
Rom 13. 9 Then shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
Gal. 5. 14 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself
4.0/ own self, a-favrov, ffavroii seautou, sautou.
Matt. 4. 6 If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself do.
See also 8. 4; 19. 19; 22. [39]; 27. 40; Marki. 44; 12. 31; Luke 4. 9, 23; 5. 14; 10. 27; 23. 37, 39; John i. 22; 7.
4. 8. 13,53 > I0- 33; J 4- 22 ! 21. 18; Acts 16. 28; 26. i;
Rom. 2. i, 5, 19, 21 ; 14. 22 ; Gal. 6. i ; i Ti. 4. 7, 16, 16;
5. 22 ; 2 Ti. 2. 15 ; Titus 2. 7 ; Jas. 2. 8.
TIBERIAS, Titfepias. A city on the W. side of the Sea of Galilee or Lake of
Tiberias ; It wasbuiltby Herod Antipas (who killed John
the Baptist), and named by him in honourof the emperor
Tiberius. It is noted for its hot springs ; was destroyed
by Vespasian, but quickly recovering it became the
seat of a Rabbinical school till the fourth century,
where the Mishna, the Jerusalem Talmud, and the
Alasora were composed. It is now called Tabarieh
and was almost destroyed by an earthquake in A.]>.
1837 ; it is, after Jerusalem, Hebron, and Safed, the
fourth most holy city in Jewish estimation. Accord
ing to Jerome, it is the Chinnereth of the Old Tes
tament.
John 6. i sea of Galilee, which is (the sea) of T.
6. 23 there came other boats from T., nigh unto
21. i Jesus showed himself, .at the sea of T.
TI-BE-RI -TJS, Tififpios.
The stepson of Augustus, and third emperor of Rome,
A.D. 14-37 ; surnamed Claudius Nero, and born B.C. 42.
Luke 3. i in the fifteenth year of the reign of T. Cic.
TIB -HATH, nrat? extension.
A city in Aram Zobah which David spoiled along with
Chun ; comp. Thaebata in the N.W. of Mesopotamia,
and Thebetha, S. of Nisibis.
i Ch.iS. 8 Likewise from T., and from Chun, cities
TIB -NI, un intelligent.
The son of Ginath, whom some wished to be king after
Zimri. B.C. 925.
1 Ki. 1 6. 21 half of the people followed T. the son of
16. 22 against the people that followed T. .. so T.
TLD -AL, Sinn splendour, renown.
A king of Goyim, confederate with Chedprlaomer,
Amraphel, and Arioch, who invaded the cities of the
plain in the days of Abraham. B.C. 1913.
Gen. 14. i Chedorlaomer king of Elam, and T. king
14. 9 T. king of nations, and Amraphel king of
TIDE
Time, ny eth.
Josh. 8. 29 the king, .he hanged on a tree until even.
2 Sa. n. 2 it came to pass in an evening tide, that D.
Isa. 17. 14 behold at evening tide trouble ; (and) be
Jer. 20. 16 let him hear, .the shouting at noon tide
TIDINGS, (reward for)
1. Tidings, good news, reward for, rriifc>2 besorah.
2 Sa. 4. 10 have given him a reward for his tidings
18. 20 Thou shalt not bear tidings, but thou shalt
1 8. 22 seeing that thou hast no tidings ready?
18. 25 If he be alone, (there is)tidings in his mo.
18. 27 (is) a good man, and cometh with good ti.
2 Ki. 7. 9 this day (is) a day of good tidings, and we
2. Word, matter, thing, la? dabar.
Exod33. 4 when the people heard these evil tidings
i Sa. ii. 4 told the tidings in the ears of the people
ii. 5 they told him the tidings of the men of Ja.
ii. 6 came upon Saul when he heard those tid.
3. What is heard, report, tidings, nj/TOtf shemuah.
1 Sa. 4. 19 when she heard the tidings that the ark
2 Sa. 4. 4 He was five years old when the tidings ca.
13. 30 tidings came to David, saying, Absalom
1 Ki. 2. 28 Then tidings came to Joab : for Joab had
Psa. 112. 7 He shall not be afraid of evil tidings : his
Jer. 49. 23 they have heard evil tidings : they are fa.
Eze. 21. 7 thou shalt answer, For the tidings, beca.
Dan.n. 44 tidings out of the east and out of the no.
4. Hearing, report, tidings, yet? shema.
Gen. 29. 13 when Laban heard the tidings of Jacob his
Jer. 37. 5 when the Chaldeans, .heard tidings of th.
5. To let (good) tidings be proclaimed, it?? basar,7.
2 Sa. 18. 31 Tidings, my lord the king : for the LORD
6. A word, matter, thing, \6yos logos.
Acts ii. 22 tidings of these things came unto the ears
7. A saying, declaration, information,(f>a.cns phasis.
Acts 21. 31 tidings came unto the chief captain of the
TIDINGS, to bear, bring, carry
To announce (good) tidings, ~\ip3 basar, 3.
2 Sa. 1 8. 19 Let me now run and bear the king tidings
1 8. 20 thou shalt bear no tidings, because the
18. 20 but thou shalt bear tidings another day
1 8. 26 the king said, He also bringeth tidings
i Ki. i. 42 Come in ; for thou. .bringest good tidin.
i Ch. 10. 9 to carry tidings unto their idols, and to
Jer. 20. 15 Cursed (be.) the man who brought tidings
TIDINGS, to preach or bring good
To announce (good) tidings, -agy. basar, 3.
2 Sa. 4. 10 thinking to have brought good tidings
Isa. 40. 9 O Zion, that bringest good tidings, get
40. 9 O Jerusalem, that bringest good tidings
41. 27 I will give, .one that bringeth good tidi.
52. 7 the feet of him that bringeth good tidings
52. 7 that bringeth good tidings of good, that
61. i hath anointed me to preach good tidings
Nah. 1. 15 the feet of him that bringeth good tidings
TIE, to
I. To bind, direct, tytf asar.
1 Sa. 6. 7 tie the kine to the cart, and bring their
6. 10 tied them to the cart, and shut up their
2 KI 7. 10 but horses tied, and asses tied, and the
2.7*0 give, jnj nathan.
Exodsg. 31 they tied unto it a lace of blue, to fasten
3. To lie, bind, -\}y anad.
Prov. 6. 21 Bind them, .(and) tie them about thy ne.
i.To tie, bind, oblige, Stea deo.
Matt 21. 2 ye shall find an ass tied, and a colt with
Markn. 2 ye shall find a colt tied, whereon never
ii. 4 found the colt tied by the door without
Luke 19. 30 ye shall find a colt tied, whereon yet ne.
TIG-LATH PIL-E -SER, or TIL-GATH PIL-NE -SER,
igtbs n^n or "ipx^? n^n.
An Assyrian king who invaded Naphtali in the days of
Pekah king of Israel He succeeded Pul, or more
probably is Pul, conquered the X. of Palestine and
Damascus, and carried off the people to Kir. B.C. 742.
2 Ki. 15. 29 In the days of Pekah.. came T. king of A.
16. 7 Ahaz sent messengers to T. king of Assyr.
16. 10 Ahaz went to Damascus to meet T. king
1 Ch. 5. 6 Beerah his son, whom T., king of Assyria
5. 26 God. .stirred up. .the spirit of T. king of
2 Ch.28. 20 T. king of Assyria came unto him, and
TIK -VAH, TIK -VATH, rnpn, nnpijji strength.
1. Father of Shallum, husband of Huldah the prophetess
in the days of Josiah. B.C. 641.
2 Ki.22. 14 Huldah. .the wife of Shallum the son of T.
2 Ch. 34. 22 Huldah . . the wife of Shallum the son of T.
2. Father of Jahaziah who was employed in taking
account of those that had married strange wives. B.C.
445-
Ezra 10. 15 Jonathan, .and Jahaziah the son of T.
TILE, tiling
1. Brick, HJ3? lebenah.
Eze. 4. i Thou also, son of man, take thee a tile
2. Potter s clay, a tile, Kepa/j.os keramos.
Luke 5. 19 let him down through the tiling with (his)
TILL, until (the time)
1 . Till, up to, during, ny ad.
Gen. 3. 19 shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto
8. 5 the waters decreased continually until the
Ezra 4. 21 until (another) commandment shall be
5. 16 since that time even until now hath it be.
Dan. 2. 9 to speak before me, till the time be chan.
2. 34 Thou sawest till that a stone was cut out
4. 23 (let) his portion (be) with the beasts, .till
4. 25 till thou know that the Most High ruleth
4. 32 until thou.know that the Most High ruleth
4. 33 till his hairs were grown like eagles (fea.)
5. 21 till he knew that the most high God ruled
6. 14 he laboured till the going down of the sun
7. 4 I beheld till the wings thereof were pluc.
7. 9 I beheld till the thrones were cast down
7. 1 1 I beheld (even) till the beast was slain
7. 22 Until the Ancient of days came, and jud.
7. 25 shall be given into his hand until a time
2. Till that, 3 ~\y ad ki.
Gen. 49. 10 from between his feet, until Shiloh come
2 Sa. 23. 10 smote the Philistines, until his hand was
2 Ch.26. 15 he was marvellously helped, till he was
^.Before, 19^ li-phene.
2 Sa. 3. 35 if I taste bread, or oughtjelse, till the sun
4. Except, but when, CK ? ki im.
Ruth 3. 18 until thou know how the matter will fall
5. Till that, I^K ~iy ad asher.
Gen. 27. 44 tarry, .until thy brother s fury turn away
28. 15 for I will not leave thee, until I have do.
6. Till, up to, within, axpt, &XP y achri, achris.
Matt 24. 38 until the day that Noe entered into the
See also Luke i. 20; 17. 25 ; 21. 24 ; Acts i. 2; 3. 21 ; 7.
18 ; 20. ii ; 23. i; Rom. 5. 13; 8. 22; n. 25 ; i Co. ii.
26 ; 15. 25 ; 2 Co. 3. 14 ; Gal. 3. 19 ; 4. 2, 19 ; Phil. i. 5, 6;
Rev. -2. 25 ; 7. [3] ; 15- 8 ; 17- 17 ; 2 - 3-
7. Till, up to, &X(>is ov achris hou.
Acts 7. 18 ; Ro. ii. 35 ; i Co. n. 26 ; Ga. 3. 19 ; Re. 7. 3
8. With a view to, ei y eis.
Eph. 1. 14 Which is the earnest .. until the redempt
Phil. i. 10 sincere and without offence till the day
9. Unto, up to, eW heos.
Matt. 1.17 from David until the carrying away into
See also v. 25; 2. 9, 13, 15; 5. 18, 18, 26; 10. n, 23; n. 12, 13;
12. 20; 13. 33; l6. 28; 17. 9; l8. 21, 22, 22, [30, 34]; 22. 44 , 23.
39; 24. 34, 39; 26. 29; 27. 64; Mark 6. 10; 9. i; 12. 36; 14.
25; J 5- 33! Luke i. 80; 9. 27; 12. 50; 59; 13. 8, 21, 35; 15. 4,
8; 16. 16; 17. 8; 19. [13]; 20. 43; 21 32; 22. 16; Luke 22. 18;
23. 44; 24. 49; John 2. 10; 9. 18; 13. 38; 21. 22, 23; Acts 2.
35; 8. 40; 13. 20; 21. 5; 26; 23. 12, 14, 21; 25. 21; 28. 23;
i Co. 4. 5; 16. 8; 2 Th. 2. 7; i Ti. 4. 13; Heb. i. 13; 10. 13;
Jas. 5. 7; 2 Pe. i. 19; i Jo. 2. 9; Rev. 6. n; 20. 5.
TILL 988 TIME
10. Unto, until, MX/> t MXP<* mechri, mechris.
Matt. 1 1. 23 it would have remained until this day
13. 30 Let both grow together until the harvest
28. 15 reported among the Jews until this day
Mark 1 3. 30 this generation shall not pass, till all th.
Acts 10. 30 Four days ago I was fasting until this ho.
20. 7 and continued his speech until midnight
Eph. 4. 1 3 Till we all come in the unity of the faith
1 Ti. 6. 14 until the appearing of our Lord Jesus C.
Heb. 9. 10 imposed (on them) until the time of ref.
\\.Except when, fl ^ O-TO.V ei me hotan.
Mark 9. 9 tell no man . . till the Son of man were ri.
TILL, be tilled, to
l.To do service, labour, work, ijy abad.
Gen. 2. 5 and (there was) not a man to till the gro.
3. 23 to till the grouml from whence he was
4. 12 Whenthou tillest the ground, it shall not
2 Sa. 9. 10 thy servants, shall till the land for him
Provi2. ii He that tilleth his land shall be satisfied
28. 19 He that tilleth his land shall have plenty
Jer. 27. ii and they shall till it, and dwell therein
2. To be served, worked, 135; abad, 2.
Eze. 36. 9 I will turn unto you, and ye shall be till.
36. 34 the desolate land shall be tilled, whereas
TILLAGE, tiller
\.Tittage, ground broken vp, Tj nir.
Provi3- 23 Much food (is in) the tillage of the poor
2. To serve, labour, work, 13% abad.
Gen. 4. 2 sheep, but Cain was a tiller of the ground
3. Service, work, .Troy, abodah.
i Ch.27. 26 that did t!he work of the field for tillage
>
T
eh.io. 37 have the tithes in all the cities of our til.
TI -LON, pSin, p^ n mockery, scorn.
A son of Shimon, descended from Judah through Caleb
son of Jephunneh. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 20 the sons of Shimou (were) Amnou . . and T.
TIMBER
1. \Vootl, tree, timber, yx a.
Ezra 5. 8 timber is laid in the walls, and this work
6. 4 of great stones, and a row of new timber
6. ii let timber be pulled down from his house
2. Wood, tree, timber, }# ets.
Exod3i. 5 carving of timber, to work in all manner
Lev. 14. 45 the timber thereof, and all the niorter of
1 Ki. 5. 6 any that can skill to hew timber like unto
5. 8 concerning timber of cedar, and . . timber
5. 18 they prepared timber and stones to build
6. 10 they rested on the house with timber of c.
15. 22 the stones of Ramah, and the timber the.
2 Ki. 12. 12 to buy timber and hewed stone to repair
22. 6 to buy timber and hewn stone to repair
1 Ch.i4- i timber of cedars, witli masons and carpen.
22. 14 timber also and stone have I prepared
2?. 15 hewers and workers of stone and timber
2 Ch. 2. 8 thy servants can skill to cut timber in L.
2. 9 to prepare me timber in abundance : for
2. 10 I will give to. .the hewers that cut timb.
2. 14 in timber, in purple, in blue, and in fine
16. 6 they carried away . .the timber thereof
34. ii to buy hewn stone, and timber for coupl.
Neh. 2. 8 he may give me timber to make beams for
Eze. 26. 1 2 they shall lay thy stones and thy timber
Ha)>. 2. ii the beam out of the timber shall answer
Zech. 5. 4 shall consume it with the timijer thereof
TIMBREL, (to play -with)
1. Tabret, timlrrel, *}h toph.
Exodij. 20 took a timbrel, .with timbrels and with
Judgn. 34 his daughter came out to meet him with t.
2 Sa. 6. 5 on timbrels, and on cornets, and on cym.
i Ch.i3. 8 with timbrels, and with cymbals, and with
Job 21. 12 They take the timbrel and harp, and rej.
Psa. 81. 2 bring hither the timbrel, the pleasantha.
149. 3 let them sing- .with the timbrel and harp
150. 4 Praise him with the timbrel and dance
2. To play on a timbrel or tabret, IJPI tapltaph.
Psa. 68. 25 among, .the damsels playing with timb.
TIME, times, (due, tiis, at that)
1 . Time, season, \Z\zeman.
Ezra 5. 3 At the same time came to them Tatnai
Neh. 2. 6 icpleased the king, .and I sethim a time
Esth. 9. 27 keep .. according to their, .time, every
9. 31 confirm these days of Purim in their tim.
Dan. 2. 16 desired . . that he would give him time
3. 7 at that time, when all the people heard
3. 8 at that time certain Chaldeans came near
4. 36 At the same time my reason returned un.
6. 10 he kneeled upon his knees three times a day
6. 13 but tnaketh his petition three timesaday
7. 22 the time came that the saints possessed
7. 25 he shall, .think to change times and laws
2.H,mds, nit; [yad.]
Gen. 43. 34 Benjamin s mess was five times
3. Day, days, D 3;, DV yom, yamim.
Gen. 4. 3 in process of time it came to pass that C.
26. 8 when he had been there a long time, that
30. 33 my righteousness answer for me in time
38. 12 in process of time the daughter of Shuah
39. ii it came to pass about this time, that (Jo.)
47- 29 t me drew nigh that Israel must die, and
jlxod 2. 23 it came to pass in process of time, that the
JNum 13. 20 Now the time (was) the time of the first
20. 15 and we have dwelt in Egypt a long time
Deutio.
20.
Josh. 3.
ii.
23-
Judgi 4 .
1 Sa. i.
i.
3-
7-
9-
4-
1 8.
2 Sa. 7.
7-
14.
2 3-
i Ki. i.
2.
19.
iCh.i 7.
29.
2 Ch.i 5.
30.
Ezra 4.
>eh
Job
Psa.
44-
56.
Prov 25.
Isa. 30.
37-
Jer. 39.
Lam. 5.
Eze. 38.
io LORD S anger was kindled the same time
io stayed, .according to the first time, forty
19 When thou shalt besiege a city a long ti.
15 overfloweth all his banks all the time of
1 8 Joshua made war a long time with all th.
i a long time after that the LORD had given
8 after a time he returned to take her, and
1 it came to pass, .in the time of wheat ha.
31 all the time that the house of God was in
15 were numbered at that time out of theci.
4 when the time was that Elkanah ottered
20 when the time was come about after Ha.
2 it came to pass at that time, when Eli(w.)
2 the time was long ; for it was twenty yea.
13 get you up ; for about this time ye shall
18 the ark of Uod was at that time with the
10 played with his hand, as at other times
6 since the time that I brought up the chil.
1 1 since the time that I commanded judges
2 be as a woman that had a long time mou.
20 slew a lion in the midst of a pit in time of
6 had not displeased him at any time in say.
26 I will not at this time put thee to death
59 the cause of his people Israel at all times
42 the time that Solomon reigned in Jerusa.
6 went out of Samaria the same time, and
36 the time that Jehu reigned over Israel in
25 (and) of ancient times that I have formed
10 since the time that I commanded judges
27 the time that he reigned over Israel (was)
11 they offered unto the LORD the same time
26 since the time of Solomon the son of David
15 moved sedition within the same of oldti.
IQ this city of old time hath made insurrect.
16 it came to pass from that time forth, (th.)
14 from the time that I was appointed to be
32 since the time of the kings of Assyria un.
44 at that time were some appointed over the
32 It shall be accomplished before his time
5 in the time of trouble he shall hide me in
i the LORD will deliver him in time of tro.
i (what) work thou didst, .in the times of
3 What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee
13 As the cold of snow in the time of harvest
19 Confidence in an unfaithful man in time
25 and she shall rejoice in time to come
8 that it may be for the time to come for ev.
26 of ancient times, that I have formed it?
io aiid gave them vineyards, .at the same ti.
20 Wherefore, .forsake us so long time?
io at the same time shall things come into
1 7 of whom 1 have spoken in old time by my
38. 18 it shall come to pass at the same time wh.
4. An appointed time or season, lyiD moed.
Exod34. 18 in the time of the month Abib : for in the
i Sa. 9. 24 unto this time hath it been kept for thee
Dan. 12. 7 that (it shall be) for a time, times, and
5.lumbers, times, D jb monim.
Gen. 31. 7 your father, .changed my wages ten times
31.41 and thou hast changed my wages ten times
6. An appointed lime or season, ]^y iddan,
Dan. 2. 8 I know, .that ye would gain the time, be.
2. 9 to speak before me, till the time be chan.
2. 21 he changeth the times and the seasons, he
3. 5 at what time ye hear the sound of the co.
3. 15 if ye be ready that at what time ye hear
4. 16 changed, .and let seven times pass over
4. 23 (let) his portion(be)..till seven times pass
4. 25, 32 seven times shall pass over thee,
7. 12 yet their lives were prolonged fora, .time
7. 25 time and times and the dividing of time
7. Time, ny_ eth.
Gen. 18. io return unto thee according to the time of
1 8. 14 I will return., according to the time of life
21. 22 it came to pass at that time, that Abime.
24. ii at the time of the evening, (even) the time
29. 7 neither (is it) time that the cattle should
31. io it came to pass at the time that the cattle
38. i it came to pass at that time, that Judah
38. 27 it came to pass, in the time of her travail
Exod 9. 1 8 about this time I will cause it to rain a ve.
Lev. 15. 25 many days out of the time of her separat.
16. 2 that he come not at all times into the ho.
Xuni22. 4 the son of Zippor (was) king, .at that time
23. 23 according to this time it shall be said of
Deut. i. 9 I spake unto you at that time, saying, I
i. 16 I charged your judges at that time, say.
1. 18 I commanded you at that time all the th.
2. 34 we took all his cities at that time, and
3. 4 we took all his cities at that time, there
3. 8 we took at that time out of the hand of
3. 12 this land, (which) we possessed at that ti.
3. 18 I commanded you at that time, saying
3. 21 I commanded Joshua at that time, saying
3. 23 I besought the LORD at that time, saying
4. 14 the LORD commanded me at that time to
5. 5 between the LORD and you at that time
9. 20 and I prayed for Aaron also the same ti.
io. i At that time the LORD said unto me, Hew
io. 8 At that time the LORD separated the tribe
32. 35 their foot shall slide in (due) time: for the
Josh. 5. 2 At that time the LORD said unto Joshua
6. 26 Joshua adjured (them) at that time, say.
10. 27 it came to pass at the time of the going
ii 6 to morrow, about this time, will I deliver
11. io Joshua at that time turned back, and to.
ii. 21 at that time came Joshua, and cut off the
Judg. 3. 29 they slew of Moab at that time about ten
4. 4 a prophetess, .judged Israel at that time
Judgio. 14 let them deliver you in the time of your
11. 26 did ye not recover (them) within that ti.
12. 6 there fell at that time of the Ephraimites
13. 23 nor would as at this time have told us (a.
14. 4 at that time the Philistines had dominion
21. 14 Benjamin came again at that time ; and
21. 22 ye did not give uuto them at this time
21. 24 Israel departed thence at that time, every
Ruth 2. 14 At meal time come thou hither, and eat
1 .Sa. 4. 20 about the time of her death the women
9. 16 about this time, I will send thee a man
18. 19 it came to pass at the time when Merab
20. 12 about tomorrow any time, (or) the third
2 Sa. ii. i at the time when kings go forth (to bat.)
24. 15 from the morning even to the time appo.
1 Ki. 8. 65 at that time Solomon held a feast, and all
11. 29 it came to pass at that time when Jerobo.
14. i At that time Abijah the son of Jeroboam
15. 23 in the time of his old age he was diseased
19. 2 if I make not.. by to morrow about thist.
20 61 will send, .to morrow about this time
2 Ki. 4. ID About this season, according to the time
4. 17 bare a son. .according to the time of life
5. 26 (Is it) a time to receive money, and to re.
7. i To morrow,about this time, (shall)ameas.
7. 18 shall be to morrow about this time in the
8. 22 Then Libnah revolted at the same time
io. 6 come, .to Jezreel by tomorrow this time
16. 6 At that time Kezin king of Syria recov.
18. 16 At that time did Hezekiah cut off (the go.
20. 12 At that time Berodach-baladan, the son
24. io At that time the servants of Nebuchadn.
1 Ch. 9. 25 to come after seven days from time to ti.
12. 22 at (that) time day by day there came to D.
12. 32 men) that had understandingof the times
20. i at the time that kings go out (to battle)
21. 28 At that time when David saw that the L,
29. 30 the times that went over him, and over
2 Ch. 7. 8 at the same time Solomon kept the feast
13. 18 were brought under at that time, and the
15. 5 in those times (there was) nopeacetohim
16. 7 at that time Hanani the seercame to Asa
16. io Asa oppressed, .the people the same time
1 8. 34 about the time of the sun going down he
21. io The same time (also) did Libnah revolt
25. 27 after the time that Amaziah did turn aw.
28. 16 At that time did king Ahaz send unto the
28. 22 in the time of his distress did he trespass
30. 3 they could not keep it at that time, beca.
35. 17 Israel., kept the passoyer at that time, and
Ezra 8. 34 all the weight was written at that time
10. 13 (it is) a time of much rain, and we are not
io. 14 let all them, .come at appointed times
Neh. 4. 22 at the same time said I unto the people
6. i at that time I had not set up the doors
9. 27 in the time of their trouble, when they
9. 28 many times didst thou deliver them acco.
io. 34 to being (it), .at times appointed year by
13. 21 From that time forth came they no (mo.)
T7. 31 for the wood offering, at times appointed
Esth. 1. 13 said to the wise men, which knew the ti.
4. 14 if thou. .holdest thy peace at this time
4. 14 art come to the kingdom for (such) a time
8. 9 called at that time in the third month, th
Job 22. 16 Which were cut down out of time, whos
24. i seeing times are not hidden from theAl.
38. 23 I have reserved against the time of trou
39. i Knowest thou the time when the wild go
39. 2 knowest thou the time when they bring
Psa. 4. 7 more than in the time (that) their corn
9. 9 The LORD also .vill be. .a refuge in times
io. i (why) hidest thou (thyself) in times of tr. ?
21. 9 make them as a fiery oven in the time of
31. 15 .My times (are) in thy hand : deliver me fr.
32. 6 pray unto thee in a time when thou may.
34. i I will bless the LOKD at all times : his pr.
37. 19 They shall not be ashamed in the evil ti.
37. 39 (he is) their strength in the time of trou.
62. 8 Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour
69. 13 my prayer (is. .in) an acceptable time
71. 9 Cast me not off in the time of old age; for
81. 15 their time should have endured for ever
102. 13 for the time to favour her, yea, the set
105. 19 Until the time that his word came : the
106. 3 he that doeth righteousness at all times
119. 20 (it hath) unto thy judgments at all times
1 26 (It is) time for (thee), LORD, to work, (for)
19 let her breasts satisfy thee at all times; and
17 A friend loveth at all times, and a brother
1 a time to every purpose under the heaven
2 A timetobeborn.andatimetodie; atime
3. 2 a time to pluck up (that which is) planted
3. 3 A time to kill, and a time to heal ; a time
3. 3 to break down, and a time to build up
3. 4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh
3. 4 a time to mourn, and a time to dance
3. 5 A time to cast away stones, and a time to
3. 5 a time to embrace, and a time to refrain
3. 6 A time to get, and a time to lose ; a time
3. 6 to keep, and a time to cast away
3. 7 A time to rend, and a time to sew
3. 7 a time to keep silence, and a time to spe.
3. 8 A time to love, and a time to hate
3. 8 a time of war, and a time of peace
3. ii hath made every(thing)beautiful in hist.
3. 17 (there is) a time there for every purpose
7. 17 why shouldest thou die before thy time?
8. 5 a wise man s heart discerneth both time
8. 6 to every purpose there is time and judg.
8. 9 (there is) a time wherein one man rukth
9. ii but time and chance happeneth to them all
9. 12 man also knoweth not his time : as the fl
119.
Prov. 5.
17.
Eccl. 3.
TIME
Eccl. 9. 12 the sons of men snared in an evil time, wh.
Song 2. 12 the time of the singing (of birds) is come
Isa. 13. 22 her time (is; near to come, and her days
1 8. 7 In that time shall the present be brought
20. 2 At the same time spake the LORD by Isa.
33. 2 our salvation also in the time of trouble
33. 6 the stability of thy times, (and) strength
39. i At that time Merodach-baladan, the son
48. 16 from the time that it was,there(am)I : and
49. 8 In an acceptable time have I heard thee
60. 22 I the LORD will hasten it in his time
Jer. 2. 27 in the time of their trouble they will say
2. 28 if they can save thee in the time of thytr.
3. 17 At that time they shall call Jerusalem the
4. ii At that time shall it be said to this people
6. 15 at the time (that) I visit them they shall
8. i At that time, saith the LORD, they shall
8. 7 the crane and the swallow observe the ti.
8. 12 in the time of their visitation they shall
8. 15 for a time of health, and behold trouble
15 in the time of their visitation they shall
12 shall not save them at all in the time of
14 I will not hear (them) in the time that th.
8 the savipurthereof in time of trouble, why
19 for the time of healing, and behold trouble
ii in the time of evil, and in the time of affl.
23 deal (thus) with them in the time of thine
7 shall serve him. .until the very time of his
7 it (is) even the time of Jacob s trouble
i At the same time, saith the LORD, will I
15 at that time, will I cause the branch of ri.
21 calamity was come, .(and) the time of th.
8 I will bring the calamity, .the time (that)
4 in that time, saith the LORD, the children
1 6 that handleth the sickle in the time of ha.
20 in that time, saith the LORD, the iniquity
27 their day is come, the time of their visit.
31 thy day is come, the time (that) I will vi.
6 this (is) the time of the LORD S vengeance
18 in the time of their visitation they shall
33 like a threshing floor, (it is) time to thresh
33 and the time of her harvest shall come
10 twenty shekels a day : from time to time
1 1 from time to time shalt thou drink
7 the time is come, the day of trouble (is)
12 The time is come, the day draweth near
27 he prophesieth of the times (that are) far
8 thy time (was) the time of love ; and I sp.
57 at the time of (thy) reproach of the daug.
3 sheddeth blood . .that her time may come
34 In the time (when) thou shalt be broken
3 a cloudy day ; it shall be the time of the
5 in the time of their calamity, in the time
17 for at the time of the end(shall be) the vi.
21 touched me about the timeof the evening
25 street shall be built, .in troublous times
6 and he that strengthened her in (these) ti.
14 in those times there shall many stand up
24 shall forecast his devices, .for a time
35 to make . . white . to the time of the end
40 at the iime of the end shall the king of
i at that time shall Michael stand up, the
i there shall be a time of trouble, such as
i to that same time: and at that time thy
4 seal the book, (even) to the timeof the end
9 closed up and sealed till the time of the
ii from the time (that) the daily (sacrifice)
9 take away my corn in the time thereof
TO. 12 (it is) time to seek the LORD, till he come
Joel 3. i in that time, when I shall bring again the
Amos 5. 13 silence in that time, .it (is) an evil time
Mic. 2. 3 neither shall ye go haughtily: for this ti.
3. 4 hide his face from them at that time, as
5. 3 until the time (that) she which travaileth
Zeph. i. 12 it shall come to pass at that time, (that) I
3. 19 at that time I will undo all that afflict
3. 20 At that time will I bring you (again), even
3. 20 in the time that I gather you: for I will
Hag. i. 2 The time is not come, the time that the
i. 4 (Is it) time for you, O ye, to dwell in your
Zech.io. i Ask ye of the LORD rain in the time of
14. 7 it shall come to pass, (that) at evening ti.
. Beat, step, B%3 paam.
Gen. 33. 3 bowed himself to the ground seven times
Exod 8. 32 Pharaoh hardened his heart at this time
9. 14 I will at this time send all my plagues up.
23. 17 Three times in the year all thy males sh.
Lev. 4. 6 sprinkle of the blood seven times before
4. 17 sprinkle (it) seven times before the LORD
8. ii he sprinkled, .upon the altar seven times
14. 7 he shall sprinkle upon him. .seven times
14. 16 shall sprinkle of the oil .seven times bef
14. 27 shall sprinkle. .the oil. .seven times before
14. 51 And he shall, .sprinkle the house se veil ti.
16. 14, 19 sprinkle of the blood, .seven times
25. 8 thou shalt number . . seven times seven ye. Num 14. 22 have tempted me now these ten times
19. 4 and sprinkle of her blood, .seven times
24. 10 altogether blessed(them)these three times
Deut i. ii make you a thousand times so many more
9. 19 the LORD hearkened unto me at that time
10. 10 the LORD hearkened unto me at that time
16. 16 Three times in a year shall all thy males
Josh. 6. 4 ye shall compass the city seven times, and
6. 15 compassed the city, .seven times: only on
6. 15 that day they compassed the city seven ti.
6. 16 it came to pass at the seventh time, when
10. 42 their land did Joshua take at one time
JudgiC. 15 thou hast mocked me these three times
1 Sa. 20. 41 fell on his face, .and bowed, .three times
2 Sa. 17. 7 The counsel, .(is) not good at this time
n.
ii.
14.
14.
15-
18.
27-
30-
3 -
33-
46.
49.
SOSOSo-
50-
50.
SI
S -
5i
Eze. %.
4-
7-
7-
12.
16.
16.
22.
27.
3-
Dan. 8.
9-
9-
n.
ii.
ii.
ii.
ii.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
12.
Hos. 2.
989
2 Sa. 23. 8 eight hundred, whom he slew at one time
1 Ki. 9. 25 three times in a year did Solomon offer
17. 21 he stretched himself, .three times, and
1 8. 43 And he said, Go again seven times
22. 16 How many times shall I adjure thee that
2 Ki. 4. 35 the child sneezed seven times, and the
5. 10 wash in Jordan seven times, and thy flesh
5. 14 dipped himself seven times in Jordan, ac.
13. 19 shouldest have smitten five or six times
13. 25 three times did Joash beat him, and rec.
1 Ch.n. ii three hundred, slain (by him) at one time
21. 3 make his people an hundred times so ma.
2 Ch. 8. 13 on the solemn feasts, three times in the
18. 15 How many times shall I adjure thee that
Neh. 4. 12 they said unto us ten times, From all pi.
6. 4 they sent unto me four times after this
6. 5 Then sent Sanballat . . the fifth time with
Job 19. 3 These ten times have ye reproached me, ye
Psa. 106. 43 Many times did he deliver them ; but th.
9. Foot, feet, 0^"!, Sri regel,
Exod 23. 14 Three times thou shalt keep a feast unto
Num 22. 28 thou hast smitten me these three times
22. 32 Wherefore hast thou smitten, .three times
22. 33 the ass . . turned from me these three times
10. Number ofthe days, D p;n ispp misparhay-yamim.
1 Sa. 27. 7 the time that IJavid dwelt in thecountry
2 Sa. 2. 1 1 the time that David was king in Hebron
11..4 generation, -yej/ea genea.
Acts 14. 16 Who in times past suffered all nations to
15. 21 Moses of old time hath in every city them
12. .-1 day, period, j^epa hemera.
Luke 9. 51 when the time was come that he should
21. 37 in the day time he was teaching in the te.
23. 7 who. .also was at Jerusalem at that time
Acts 8. i at that time there was a great persecution
\S. A fixed time or season, xatpos kairos.
Matt. 8. 29 come hither to torment us before the ti.?
11. 25 At that time Jesus answered and said, I
12. i At that time Jesus went on the sabbath
13. 30 in the time of harvest I will say to the re.
14. i At that time Herod the tetrarch heard of
16. 3 can ye not (discern) the signs of the times?
21. 34 when the time of the fruit drew near, he
26. 1 8 My time is at hand; I will keep the pass.
Mark 1.15 The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of
10. 30 receive an hundred fold now in this time
11. 13 he found nothing but leaves; for the time
13. 33 Take ye heed., ye know not when the time
Luke 8. 13 no root, .and in time of temptation fall
12. 56 how is it that ye do not discern this time?
18. 30 receive manifold more in this present ti.
19. 44 thou knewest not the time of thy visitation
21. 8 the time draweth near: go ye not there!
21. 24 until thetimesiof the Gentiles be fulfilled
John 7. 6 My time is not yet come: but your time
7. 8 I go not up. .for my time is not yet full
Acts 3. 19 when the times of refreshing shall come
7. 20 In which time Moses was born, and was
12. i about that time Herod the king stretched
17. 26 hath determined the times before appoin.
19. 23 the same time there arose no small stirab.
Rom. 3. 26 To declare, .at this time his righteousness
8. 1 8 the sufferings of this present time (are) not
9. 9 At this time will I come, and
11. 5 at this present time also there is a remn.
13. ii And that, knowing the time, that now (it
1 Co. 4. 5 judge nothing before the time, until the
7. 5 except (it be) with consent for a time, th.
7. 29 the time (is) short: it remaineth, that both
2 Co. 6. 2 I have heard thee in a time accepted, and
6.. 2 behold, now (is) the accepted time; behold
8. 14 at this timeyour abundance (may be a s.)
Gal. 4. 10 Ye observe days, and months, and times
Eph. 1. 10 the dispensation of the fulness of times
2. 12 at that time ye were without Christ, being
5. 16 Redeeming the time, because the days are
Col. 4. 5 Walk in wisdom, .redeeming the time
1 Th. 2. 17 being taken from you for a short time in
2 Th. 2. 6 that he might be revealed in his time
1 Ti. 2. 6 a ransom for all, to be testified in due ti.
4. i in the latter times some shall depart fr.
6. 15 in his times he shall show, (who is) the bl.
2 Ti. 3. i in the last days perilous times shall come
4. 3 the time will come when they will not en.
4. 6 and the time of my departure is at hand
Titus i. 3 hath in due times manifested his word th.
Heb. 9. 9 Which (was) a figure for the time then pr.
9. 10 imposed (on them) until the timeof refor.
i Pe. i. 5 ready to be revealed in the last time
1. ii Searching what, or what manner of time
4. 17 the time (is come) that judgment must be.
Rev. i . 3 keep those things, .for the time (is) at hand
n. 18 thy wrath is come, and the time of the de.
12. 12 he knoweth that he hath but a short time
12. 14 a time, and times, and half a time 22. 10.
14.iVoM>, v\>v, Mt. 24. 21 ; Mr. 13. 19*5 i Co. 16. 12.
15. Time, xpovos chronos.
Matt. 2. 7 enquired of them diligently what time the
2. 1 6 according to the time which he had dilig.
25. 19 After a long time the lord of those serva.
Luke i. 57 Elisabeth s full time came that she should
4. 5 showed unto him all. .in a moment of ti.
8. 27 which had devils long time, and ware no
20. 9 went into a far country for a long time
John 5. 6 knew that he had been now a long time
14/9 Have I been so long time with you, and
Acts i . 6 wilt thou at this time restore again the ki.
i. 7 It is not for you to know the times or the
TIME
Acts i. 21 have companied with us all the time that
3. 21 the heaven must receive until the times
7. 17 the time of the promise drew nigh, which
8. ii because thatof longtime he had bewitched
13. 18 about the time of forty years suffered he
14. 3 Long time therefore abode they speaking
14. 28 there they abode long time with the dis.
17. 30 the times of this ignorance God winked at
18. 20 they desired (him) to tarry longer time wi.
18. 23 after he had spent some time (there), he
27. 9 when much time was spent, and when sa.
Gal. 4. 4 when the fulness of the time was come
i Th. 5. i of the times and the seasons, brethren, >: Heb. 4. 7 To day, after so long a time; as it is said
5. 12 when for the time ye ought to be teachers
ii. 32 the time would fail me to tell of Gedeon
i Pe. 1.17 pass the time of your sojourning (here) in
1. 20 but was manifest in these last times for
4. 2 he no longer should live the rest of (his)t
4. 3 the time past of (our) life may suffit-e ,5.6
Jude 18 there should be mockers in the last time
Rev. 10. 6 sware. .that there should be time no Ion.
16.An hour, time, season, 8>pa hora.
Matt. 14. 15 This is a desert place, and the time is now
18. i At the same Ltime] came the disciples unto
Mark 6. 35 This is a desert place, and now the time
Luke i. 10 were praying without at the time of inc.
14. 17 sent his servant at supper time to say to
Johni6. 2 the time cometh, that whosoever killeth
16. 4 that, when the time shall come, ye may
16. 25 the time cometh, when I shall no more
i Jo. 2. 1 8 Little children, it is the last time : and as
2. 1 8 whereby we know that it is the last time
Rev. 14. 15 the time is come for thee to reap; for the
See also About, ancient, appoint, appointed, before,
beforetime, beyond, born, beyond, by, come, con
venient, day, due, ear ring, endure, fifth, first, former,
high, in, long, many, old, past, second, set, seventh,
short, sowing, spend, such, that, third, this.
TIME, appointed, set, second, at any
1. To (jo forth, xy; yatsa (adv. inf.). Num 35 26 if the slayer shall at any time come with
2. Festival of the new moon, nos keseh.
Psa. Si. 3 in the new moon, in the time appointed
3.Appointed time, ijria moed.
Gen. 17.21 Sarah shall bear unto thee at this set time
18. 14 At the time appointed I will return unto
21. 2 at the set time at which God had spoken
Exod 9. 5 the LOKDappointed a set time, saying, To
23. 15 in the time appointed of the month Abib
1 Sa. 13. 8 according to the set time that Samuel (had
20. 35 Jonathan went out. .at the time appoint.
2 Sa. 20. 5 he tarried longer than the set time which
Psa. 102. 13 yea, the set time, is come
Jer. 8. 7 the stork, .knoweth her appointed times
46. 17 Pharaoh . .hath passed the time appointed
Dan. 8. 19 for at the time appointed the end (shall
ii. 27 yet the end (shall be) at the time appoin.
ii. 29 At the time appointed he shall return, and
ii. 35 because (it is) yet for a time appointed
Hab. 2. 3 the vision (is) yet for an appointed time
4. Appointed time, ij^D moad.
Isa. 14. 31 and none, .alone in his appointed times
5. Indefinite time, oV1
!? (?) (me-) olam.
Lev. 25. 32 houses .may the Levites redeem at any ti.
Isa. 42. 14 I have long time holden my peace; I have
6. Beat, step, Dysjjaawt.
Gen. 43. 10 surely, .we had returned this second time
Nah. i . 9 affliction shall not rise up the second time
T.Host, warfare, service, xyf tsaba.
Job 7. i (Is there) not an appointed time to man
14. 14 All the days of my appointed time will I
8.^4 second time, Sevrfpov deuteron.
John 3. 4 can he enter the second time into his mo.
21. 16 He saith to him again the second time, S.
2 Co. 13. 2 foretell you, as if. .present, the second ti.
9. Of a second time, CK Sevrepov ek deuterou.
Matt 26. 42 He went away again the second time, and
Marki4. 72 the second time the cock crew. And Pet.
Acts 10. 15 the voice (spake), .again the second time
Heb. 9. 28 unto them . . shall he appear the second ti.
10.At some time or other, once, itorepote.
i Co. 9. 7 Who goeth a warfare any time at his own
i Th. 2. 5 neither at any time used we flattering wo.
Heb. i. 5 unto which.. said he at any time, Thou
1. 13 to which of the angels said lie at anytime
2. i lest at any time we should let (them) slip
11. A time or day appointed before. irpoQfff^ia.
Gal. 4. 2 under tutors, .until the time appointed
12. Ever yet, at any time, trdnrore popote.
John i. 18 No man hath seen God at any time, the
5. 37 have neither heard his voice at any time
1 Jo. 4. 12 No man hath seen God at any time. If we
TIME of need, of a long, in
1. Of old time, anciently, eKira.\at ekpalai.
2 Pe. 2. 3 whose judgment now of a long time ling.
2. Seasonable, timely, opportune, fvxaipos eukairos.
Heb. 4. 1 6 we may .. find grace to help in time of need
TIME, loss of, process of
I.From days, D D D miy-yamim.
Judgn. 4 it came to pass in process of time, that
2 Ch.2i. 19 in process of time, after the end of two
TIME 990 TITHES
2. Cessation, rest, nyp shebeth.
Exod2i. 19 only he shall pay (for) the loss of his time
TIME, to come, old, past
1. Behind, backboards, ninx achor.
Isa. 42. 23 will hearken, and hear for the time to co.
2. Yesterday, in time past, Tiapx ethmol.
i Sa. 19. 7 he was in his presence, as in times past
i Sa. 5. 2 iu time past, when Saul was king over us
^.Indefinite time, D^iy olam.
Josh.24- 2 on the other side of the flood in old time
Eccl. i. 10 it hath been already of old time, which
Eze. 26. 20 bring thee . . with the people of old time
4.Formerly, before, D J?^ le-phanim.
i Ch. 9. 20 Phiuehas. .the ruler over them in time p.
Deut. 2. 10 The Emiins dwelt therein in times past
5. Yesterday, third day, Dis Tp ViDfl temol shilshom.
Exod2i. 29 if the ox were wont to push . . in time past
21. 36 that the ox hath used to push in time past
Deut 4. 42 unawares, and hated him not in times pa.
19. 4 neighbour . . whom he hated not in time p.
19. 6 inasmuch as he hated him not in time p.
1 Sa. 19. 7 and he was in his presence, as in times p.
2 Sa. 3. 17 Ye sought for David in times past (to be)
5. 2 in time past, when Saul was king over us
i Ch. ii. 2 in time past, even when Saul was king, th.
6. Time before, to morroic, inc machar.
Exodi3. 14 when thy son asketh theeintime to come
Deut. 6. 20 when thy son asketh thee in time to come
Josh. 4. 6 children ask (their fathers) in time to co.
4. 21 shall ask their fathers in time to come
22. 24 In time to come your children might sp.
22. 27 not say to our children in time to come
22. 28 or to our generations in time to come
7. At some time or other, once, irort pote. Rom 1 1. 30 as ye in times past have not believed God
Gal. 1. 13 ye. .heard of my conversation in time past
1. 23 he which persecuted us in times past now
Eph. 2. 2 Wherein in time past ye walked according
2. 3; 2. n; Phm. n; i Pe. 2. 10; 3. 5; 2 Pe. i. 21.
8. What is about to be, TO fj.(\\ov mellon, I Ti. 6.19
9. Of old, ird\aijialai, Heb. I. I.
TIME (or season), for a
For a seastrn, irpdcrnaipos, Mt. 13. 21 ; Mark 4. 17.
TIJVTE, at -which, that, this, what
1. Then, |^x edayin.
Ezra 5. 16 since that time even until now hath it
2. Then, Jx az.
1 Ch.2o. 4 at which time Sibbechai the Hushathite
3. Time, nj? eth.
2 Ch.24. ii at what time the chest was brought unto
Job 6. 17 What time they wax warm, they vanish
39. 18 What time she lifteth up herself on high
4. Now, nny attah.
Isa. 48. 6 showed thee new things from this time
Psa 115. 18 froiii this time forth and for evermore
5. Beat, step, cys paam.
Gen. 29. 34 this time will my husband be joined unto
Exod 9. 27 I have sinned this time: the LORD (is) rig.
TIMES, as at other
1, As day by day, Di 3 cv? ke-yom be-yom.
i Sa. 18. 10 D. played with hishand, as at other times
2. As step by step, Di53 cys? ke-phaam be-phaam.
Nuni24. i he went not, as at other times, to seek
Judgi6. 20 I will go out, as at other times before, and
20. 30 and put themselves . . as at other times
20. 31 began to smite. .asatothertimes, in the hi.
i Sa. 3. 10 called as at other times, Samuel, Samuel
20. 25 king sat upon his seat, as at other times
TIMES, two
Tivo steps, D 52.9 [paam].
Gen. 27. 36 for he hath supplanted me these two times
TI .MJE -TJS, T^oTos .
Father of Bartimeus, a blind man who received his sight
from Jesus at Jericho.
Markio. 46 the son of T., sat by the highway side
TIM -NA, TIM -NAH, Vi?n> iJPn restraining.
1. Concubine of Eliphaz son of Esau. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 12 T. was concubine to Eliphaz, Esau s son
2. Daughter of Seir the florite, and sister of Lotan. B.C.
1700.
Gen. 36. 22 and Hemam ; and Lotan s sister (was) T.
i Ch. i. 39 and Hemam : and T. (was) Lotan s sister
3. A chief of Edom descended from Esau. B.C. 1500.
Gen. 36. 40 duke T., duke Alvah, duke Jetheth
i Ch. i. 51 duke T., duke Aliah, duke Jetheth
4. A son of Eliphaz son of Esau. B.C. 1700.
i Ch. i. 36 Gatam, Kenaz, and T., and Amalek
TIM -NAH, n;cn allotment.
A city in -Tudah between Ekron and Beth-shemesh ; now
called Tibneh.
Josh 15. I0 the border compassed..and passed on to T.
15- 57 Cain.Gibeah, and T.; ten cities with their
* Ch.28. 18 The Philistines, .had taken. .T. with the
TIM -NATH, n:?n.
1. A city in Judah, now called Tibneh, two miles W. of
Beth-shemesh.
Gen. 38. 12 Judah was comforted, and went, .to T.
2 Th.
i Ti.
Gen. 38. 13 Behold thy father in law goeth up to T.
38. 14 open place, which (is) by the way to T.
2. A city in Dan, near Philistia. See Thitnnathah.
Judgi4. i Samson went, .to T., and saw ...in T.
14. 2 I have seen a woman in T. of the daugh
14. 5 to T., and came to the vineyards of T.
TIM-NATH HE -RES, D^rrnprt.
The portion allotted to Joshua in Mount Kphraim, N.E.
side of the hill of Gaash, now called Tibneh, six miles
W. ofJtfneh.
Judg. 2. 9 they buried him. .in T., in the mount of
TIM -NATH SE -RAH, n-JQ-n^H.
The same as the preceding.
Josh 19. 50 they gave, .the city which he asked. .T.
24. 30 they buried him. .in T., which (is) in mo.
TIMNITE, jpn. An inhabitant of Timnath.
Judgi5. 6 answered, Samson, the son inlawof theT.
TI -MON, Tjjuau/ honourable.
One of the seven who were appointed to serve tables in
the early church.
Acts 6. 5 Xicanor, and T., and Parmenas, and X.
TI-MO-THE -US, TI-MO-THY, Ti,uJ0eos honoured
f God.
A young man of Lystra, son of Eunice a Jewess, by a
Greek father ; Paul circumcised him, took him as his
companion iu travel, and addressed two Epistles to him.
Acts 16. i a certain disciple was there, named T.
17. 14 but Silas and T. abode there still
17. 15 receiving a commandment unto. .T. for
1 8. 5 when Silas and T. were come from Mac.
19. 22 So he sent into Macedonia. .T. and Eras
20. 4 and Gaius of Derbe, and T.; and of Asia
Pa>nn6. 21 T. my work fellow, and Lucius.. salute you
1 Co. 4. 17 For this cause have I sent unto you T.
1 6. 10 Xow if T. come, see that he may be with
2 Co. i. i Paul, .and T. (our) brother, unto the chu.
1. 19 who was preached among you by. .T., was
Phil. i. i Paul and T., the servants of Jesus Christ
2. 19 But I trust in the Lord Jesus to send T.
Col. i. i Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ, .and T.
1 Th. i. i Paul, and Silvanus, and T., unto the ch.
3. 2 And sent T., our brother, and minister of
6 when T. came from you unto us, and br.
1 Paul, and Silvanus, and T., unto the chu.
2 Unto T., (my) own son in the faith : Grace
i. 18 This charge I commit unto thee, son T.
6. 20 O T., keep that which is committed to thy
2 Ti. i. 2 To T. .. dearly beloved son : Grace, mercy
Phm. i Paul . . and T. (our) brother, unto Pliilem.
Heb. 13. 23 Know ye that .. brother T. is set at liberty
TIN
Tin, lead alloy, V"!? bedil.
Xuni3r. 22 the brass, the iron, the tin, and the lead
Isa. i. 25 purge . . thy dross,.and take away all thy tin
Eze. 22. 18 they (are) brass, and tin, and iron, and
22. 20 (As) they gather silver.. and tin, into
27. 12 with silver, iron, tin, and lead, they tra.
TINGLE, to
To qurcer, tingle, ty? tsalal, 5, 2.
1 Sa. 3. 1 1 ears of every one that heareth it shall ti.
2 Ki.2i. 12 whosoever heareth .. his ears shall tingle
Jer. 19. 3 whosoever heareth, his ears shall tingle
TINKLE, make a tinkling, to
1. To make a tinkling, 053; akas, 3.
Isa. 3. 16 walking, .making a tinkliugwith theirfe.
2. To clash, clank, cry aloud, a\a\dfa alalazo.
i Co. 13. i (as) sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal
TIP
1. Tip (of ear), ~vw tenuk.
Exod2g. 20 tip of the right ear. .tip of the right ear
Lev. 8. 23 put (it) upon the tip of Aaron s right ear
8. 24 put of the blood upon the tip of their rig.
14. 14 priest shall put (it) upon the tip of the ri.
14. 17 shall the priest put upon the tip of the ri.
14. 25 put (it) upon the tip of the right ear of him
14. 28 upon the tip of the right ear of him that
2. Point, tip, aKpov akron.
Lukei6. 24 that he may dip the tip of his finger in w.
TIPH -SAH, np?n passage, ford.
1. The city Thapsacusoathe W. bank of the Euphrates ;
from the time of Seleucus Xicator it was also called
Amphipolis.
1 Ki. 4. 24 For he had dominion, .from T. ever, to A.
2. A city in Judah, on the Jordan ; perhaps Tappuah.
2 Ki.is. 16 Then Menahem smote T., and all that
TI -RAS, D-vn.
A son of Japheth and his posterity in Thracia. B.C.
2300.
Gen. 10. 2 sons of Japheth. .Tubal. .Meshech, and T.
i Ch. i. 5 sons of Japheth . . Tubal . . Meshech, and T.
TTRATHITES, njpj-i. A family or race of scribes.
i Ch. 2. 55 the T., the Shimeathites, (and) Suchathi.
TIRE, (round tires like the moon)
I. Beauty, ornament, head dress, ixp^eer.
Eze. 24. 17 bind the tire of thine head upon thee, and
24. 23 your tires. . upon your heads, and your sh.
Z.Moon shaped ornaments, C jnns saharonim.
Isa. 3. 1 8 cauls, and. .round tires like the moon ,
TIRE, to
To make good or well, 3o; yatab, 5.
2 Ki. 9. 30 tired her head, and looked out at a win.
TIR-HA -KAH, n^iTin.
A king of Ethiopia and Thebais, same as Tarakog, the
third and last king of the twentieth dynasty, and suc
cessor of Sevechus ; he was contemporary with Hezekiah.
B.C. 726.
2 Ki.ig. 9 when he heard say of T. king of Ethiopia
Isa. 37. 9 he heard say concerning T. king of Etlii.
TLR-HA -NAH, rtjrnn kindness.
A son of Caleb son of Ilezron, through Maacahhis con
cubine. B.C. 1440.
i Ch. 2. 48 Caleb s concubine, bare Sheber, and T.
TIR -IA, N;-VB foundation.
A son of Jehaleleel, a descendant of Judah through
Caleb sou of Jephunneh. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 4. 16 sons of Jehaleleel .. Ziphah, T., and Asa.
TLR-SHA -THA, xrv-inn the fear, the reverence.
A title given to Zerubbabel and Xehemiah as governors
of Judah under the king of Persia. B.C. 536-445.
Ezra 2. 63 the T. said unto them, that they should
Xeh. 7. 65 the T. said unto them, that they should
7. 70 The T. gave to the treasure a thousand
8. 9 Nehemiah, which (is) the T. . .said unto
10. i those that sealed (were) Xehemiuh, the T.
TIR -ZAH, ny-jn delight.
1. The youngest daughter of Zelophehad. B.C. 145-2.
Xum26. 33Mahlah, and Noah, Hoglah, Mikah, andT.
27. i M. . . Xoah, and Hoglah, and Milcah, and T.
36. ii For Mahlah, T., and Hoglah. .were mar.
Josh 17. 3 Mahlah, and Xoah.Hoglah, Milcah, audT.
2. A city in Ephraim, orManasseh ; perhaps Terga, three
hours E. of Samaria; or Taluza, six miles X. E. of Xablus-
Josh 12. 24 The king of T., one : all the kings thirty
1 Ki.i4. 17 Jeroboam s wife, .departed, and came to T.
15. 21 left off building of Raman, and dwelt in T.
15. 33 began Baasha . . to reign over.. Israel in T.
16. 6 with his fathers, and was buried in T.
16. 8 began Elah . . to reign over Israel in T.
16. 9 as he was in T., drinking himself drunk
16. 9 house of -irza, steward of (his) house in T.
16. 15 did Ziniri reign seven days in T.
16. 17 O. . .and all Israel with him. .besieged T.
16. 23 Omri to reign, .six years reigned he inT.
2 Ki.is. 14 Menahem the son of Gadi wentupfromT.
15. 16 Menahem smote, .coasts thereof from T.
Song 6. 4 Thou (art) beautiful, O my love, as T., co.
TISHBITE, Wnrr.
An inhabitant of Tisbeh or Tesheb, supposed to have
been in Xaphtali, or in Gilead. B.C. 897.
1 Ki.i 7. i Elijah the T. . .(was) of the inhabitantsof
21. 17, 28 word of . .LORD came to Elijah the T.
2 Ki. i. 3 angel of the LORD said to Elijah the T.
i. 8 And he said, It (is) Elijah the T.
9. 36 which he spake by his servant E. the T.
TITHE, to give, have, pay, receive, take tithes, to
1. To give a tenth, ~\iy>! asar, 3.
Deut 14. 22 Thou shalt truly tithe all the increase of
Xeh. 10. 37 that the same Levites might have the ti.
2. To give a tenth, "\yy asar, 5.
Xeh. 10. 38 the Levites, when the Levites take tithes
3. To give away a tenth, airoSfKardio apodekatou.
Matt 23. 23 ye pay tithe of mint and anise and cum.
Luken. 42 ye tithe mint and rue, and all manner of
18. 12 I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of
Heb. 7. 5 to take tithes of the people according to
4. To give a tenth, 8 f Karoo* dekatoo.
Heb. 7. 6 received tithes of Abraham, and blessed
7. 9 Levi. .who receiveth. .payed tithes in A.
TITHES, tithing
\.A tenth, ~iefys maaser.
Gen. 14. 20 into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of
Lev. 27. 30 the tithe of the land, (whether) of the seed
27. 31 if a man will, .redeem (ought) of his tith.
27. 32 concerning the tithe of the herd, or of the
Num 18. 24 the tithes of the children of Israel, which
1 8. 26 take of the children of Israel the tithes
1 8. 26 shall offer up. .a tenth (part) of the tithe
1 8. 28 offer an heave offering . . of all your tithes
Deut 12. 6 your sacrifices, and your tithes, and he.
12. ii your sacrifices, your tithes, and the heave
12. 17 Thoumayest not eat. .the tithe of thy corn
14. 23 the tithe of thy corn, of thy wine, and of
14. 28 thou shalt bring forth all the tithe of th.
26. 12 tithes of. .the third year, .the year of tit.
2 Ch.3i. 5 the tithe of all (things) brought they in
31. 6 the tithe of oxen and sheep, and the tithe
31. 12 brought in the offerings and the tithesand
Neh. 10. 37 the tithes of our ground unto the Levites
10. 38 Levites shall bring.. the tithe of the tith.
12. 44 for the first fruits, and for the tithes, to
13. 5, 12 the tithes of the corn, the new wine
Amos 4. 4 bring your sacrifices, .(and) your tithes
Mai. 3. 8 Wherein have we robbed thee ? In tithes
3. 10 Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse
2. To give a tenth, ivy asar, 5.
Deut 26. 12 When thou hast made an end of tithing
3.A tenth (part), StKarri dekate.
Heb. 7. 8 here men that die receive tithes, but the.
7. 9 Levi also, who receiveth tithes, payed . . iu
TITLE 991 TO
TITLE
I. A sign, monument, J
S tsiyyun.
2 Ki. 23. 17 Then he said, What title (is) that that I
2.yi title, (Lat. titulus), rnKos titlos.
John1 9. 19 Pilate wrote a title, and put (it) on thecr.
19. 20 This title then read many of the Jews, for
TITTLE
A horn, (ornamental curl of Heb. letters), Kepala.
Matt. 5. 1 8 one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass
Luke 1 6. 17 to pass, than one tittle of the law to fail
TI -TTTS, TITOS.
A Greek disciple who accompanied Paul in several of
his journeys, was sent by him to Dalmatia, and left in
Crete to settle the churches. A.D. 65.
2 Co. 2. 13 I had no rest, .because I found not T. my
7. 6 God . . comforted us by the coming of T.
7. 13 the more joyed we for the joy of T.
7. 14 so our boasting, which I (made) before! .
8. 6 Insomuch that we desired T., that as he
8. 16 put the same, .care into the heart of T.
8. 23 Whether (any do enquire) of T., (he is)my
12. 18 I desired T., and with (him) I sent ; ...T.
Gal. 2. 1 1 went up again to Jerusalem, .and UA/kT.
2. 3 But neither T.. .was compelled to be cir.
2 Ti. 4. 10 Crescens to Galatia, T. into Dalmatia
Titus i. 4 To T., (mine) own sou after the common
TIZITE, TP.
Patronymic of Joha one of David s valiant men. B.C.
1048.
1 Ch.n. 45 of Shimri, and Joha his brother, the T.
TO, unto, (even)
1. Unto, to, toward, *?K el.
Gen. i. 9 Let the waters., be gathered together unto
14. 7 they returned, and came to En-mishpat
2. With, a vieio to, iD1
? lemo.
Job 38. 40 When they, .abide in the covert to lie in
3 From, than, jp min.
Dan. 2. 39 shall arise another kingdom inferior to th.
4. In order that, so that, jya^ le,maan.
Gen. 50. 20 God meant, .to bring, .as (it is) this day
5.In order that, ~n2i?.3 bo-abur.
2 Sa. 10. 3 hath not David . . pent . . to search the city
6. In order that, "IWS^ le-ba-abur.
Exod2o. 20 God is come to prove you, and that his f.
2 Sa. 14. 20 To fetch about this form of speech hath
7. Till, unto, up to, iy ad.
Ezra 4. 24 So it ceased unto the second year of the
7. 22 Unto an hundred talents of silver, and to
7. 22 to an hundred baths of wine, and to an
Dan. 4. 17 to the intent that the living may know th.
6. 26 his dominion (shall be even) unto the end
7. 13 came to the Ancient of days, and they b.
7. 26 consume and. .destroy (it) unto the end
S.On, upon, hy al.
Gen. 18. 5 for therefore are ye come to your servant
Ezra 4. ii they sent unto him, (even) unto Artaxer.
4. 12 that the Jews which came up from thee to
4. 17 sent the king an answer unto Rehum the
4. 1 8 letter which ye sent unto us hath been pi.
4. 23 they went up in haste, .unto the Jews, and
Sea also 5. i, i, 3, 6, 7, 17, 17; 7 18. 18; Dan. 2. 24; 4.
27, 34, 36, 36; 6. 6, 15; 7. 16.
9. With, ay im.
Gen. 24. 12 show kindness unto my master Abraham
Ezra 6. 8 what ye shall do to the elders of these Je.
Dan. 6. 21 Then said Daniel unto the king, O king
lO.From with, Dyp me-im-
Gen. 44. 32 thy servant became surety for the lad unto
II. At the mouth of, ?> [le-peh].
Prov27 21 (As)thettningpot. .so(is)amantohispraise
12. Before, jp
1
? li-phene.
Gen. 27. 20 Because the LORD thy God brought (it) to
13. A t the hand of, ir^SZ al-yad.
2 Ch. 17. 15 next to him was Jehohanan the captain
14. To meet, nN-ij?
1
? inf. of qara.
Isa. 21. 14 brought water to him that was thirsty
15. Until, unto, within, &xpt, &XP1 * achri, achris.
Acts 2. 29 and his sepulchre is with us unto this day
13. 6 when they had gone through the isle unto
22. 4 persecuted this way unto the death, bind.
22. 22 they gave him audience unto this word
26. 22 I continue unto this day, witnessing both
1 Co. 4. 1 1 Even unto this present hour we both hun.
2 Co. 10. 13 us, a measure to reach even unto you
Heb. 6. ii the full assurance of hope unto the end
Kev. 2. 10 be thou faithful unto death, and I will gi.
2. 26 keepeth my works unto the end, to him
12. ii they loved not their lives unto the death
14. 20 blood came out . . even unto the horse br.
IB. 5 For her sins have reached unto heaven
IG.Through, Sid (gen.) dia.
2 Pe. i. 3 him that hath called us [to] glory and vir.
17. Into, to, fls eis.
Matt. 2. i there came wise men from the east to Je.
2. 8 he sent them to Bethlehem, and said, Go
See also 3. n; i 7. I3 , 14 ;8. 18, 34; 9. 6, 7, [13]; 10. 17, 21,
22; 12. 20; 13. [52]; 14. 22; 15. 24; 16. 5, 21; 17. 24, 27; 20.
17, 18; 21. I, I ,22. 3, 4, 5, [5], 9; 23. 34; 24. 9> I3 ; 25. T>
6, 10; 26. 2, 3, 8, 36; 27. 7) 33 ; Mark 2. [17]; 4.35; 5. i, 19,
21, 38; 6. 41, 45; 7. 30, 54; 8. 3, 13, 22; 9. 33; 10. 32, 33, 46;
n. i, i, ii, 15, 27; 13. 9, 12, 13, 14; 14. 8, 32; 15. 41; Luke
1. 23, 26, 50, 56; 2. 4, 22, 32, 99, 41, [42], 45, 51; 4. 9, 16,
26, 31; 5. 17, 24, 25, 32; 7. 10; 8. 22, 39; 9. 16, 51, 53, 56;
10, 7, 30, 34; ii. 24; 14. 8, 31; 15. 17; 16. 27, 34; 18. 14, 31,
35; 19. 28, 29; 21. 12, 21; 22. 33, 39; 24. 5, 13, 20, 28,33, [50],
52; John i. n; 2. 2, 12, 13, 13; 4. 5, 8, 36, 45; 5. i, 24, 29,
29; 6. 27; 7. 8, 8, 10, 35, [53]; 8. [i], 26; 9. n; n. 31, 38,
54. 5S> 56; 12- i, 12, 12, 13, 25, 27; 13. i; 16. 32; 17. i; 18.
28; 19. 27; 20. i, 3, 4, 8.
Acts i. 12, 25; 4. 3, 30; 5. [16], 21, 36; 6. 12; 8. 3, 5, 25,
26, 27, 40; 9. 2, 2, [26], 30, 30; 10. 5, 8, 32; 11.2; 13. 18, 20,
22, 25, 26, 27; 12. 10, 19; 13. 4, 4, 13, 14, 22, 31, 34, 46, 47,
48, 51; 14. 6, 20,21, 24, 26; 15. 2, 4, 22, 30, 38, 39; l6. I, 8,
11, ii, 12, 16; 17. i, 5, 10, 20; 18. i, 6, 19, 22, 24; 19. i, 3, 3,
21, 27; 20. 6, [13], 14, 15, 17, 22, 38; 21. I, I, I, 2, 4, 7, 8,
12, 15, 17; 22. 5, 5, 7, 17, 21; 23. 31, 32, 33; 24. 17; 25. i, 3,
6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 21 ; 26. 7, n, 12, 14, 17, 18; 27. 5, 8, 12,
40; 28. 6, 13, 13, 15, 16.
Rom. i. i, 16, 17, 24, 26, 28; 2. 4 ; 3. 7, 22, 25; 5. 15,
16, 16, 18, 18, 21 ; 6. [16], 16, 16, 19, 19, 22 ; 7. 5, 10, 10; 8.
IS! 9. 21, 21, 22, 23, 31 ; IO. IO, IO, 12, l8; II. 36; 12. 3,
10; 13. [4], 14; 14. i ; 15. 7, 25 ; 16. 5, 19, 19, 26; i Co. i.
9 ; 2. 7 ; 4. 6; 8. 10; 10. 2, 31; n. 22, 33, 34; 14. 8, 36;
16. 3, 15 ; 2 Co. i. 23 ; 2. 4, 12, 16, 16 ; 3. 13, 18 ,4. 11,15;
7. 3, 9, 10; 8. 2, 4, 24; 9. i, 5, 8, ii, 13, 13, 13; 10. 5, 14;
12. i ; 13. 10, 10 ; Gal. i. 6, 17, 17, 18 ; 2. i, 8, 9, 9, n ; 3.
23, 24 ; 4. 24 ; 6. 8, 8 ; Eph. i. 5, 5, 6, 14, 15 ; 2. 21 ; 4. 13,
13, 16, 19, 30, 32; 6. 18; Phil. i. n, 12, 19, 23; 2. n ; 3.
ii, 16 ; 4. [16], 17; Col. i. 4, 6, 10, ii, 12, 20, 29; 2. 2, 2,
22 ; 3. 9, 15; 4. ii ; i Th. i. [5] ; 2. 9, 12, 16, 16; 3. 2, 3,
5; 4. 9, 15, 17 ; 5. 9, 9; 2 Th. 2. i 3, 14 ; 3. 9; i Ti. i. 6; 2.
4> 7 > 4- 3 > 5- 24 ; 6. I2>
X 7 > 2 Ti. i. ii ; 2. [14], 20, 20, 21,
21, 25; 3. 7, 15; 4. 10, 10, 10, 12, 18; Titus 3. 12 ; Heb. 1.14;
2. 3, 10, 17 ; 4. 16; 6. 6, 8 ; 7. 25, 25; 8. 3; 9. 14, 26, 28, 28;
10. 19, 24, 39, 39; ii. 7, ii, 26; 12. 2; 13. 21 ; Jas. i.
19, 19, 19; 2. z ; 4. 9, 9; i Pe. i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 22,
25; 2. 8, 21 ; 3. 9, 12; 4. 4, 7, 9, 10 ; 5. 10; 2 Pe. 2. 4, 9, 12,
22 ; 3. 9 ; i Jo. 3. 14 ; 3 John 5, [5] ; Jude 4, 6, 21 ; Rev.
i. ii, ii, ii, ii, ii, ii, ii ; 6. 13; 9. i, 7, 9; 10. 5; ii. 6,
12; 12. 4, 13 ; 13. 3 ; 16. 14; 19. 9, 17 ; 20. 8.
18. In, among, eV en.
Matt 17. 12 have done unto him whatsoever they lis.
Luke 1. 17 the disobedient to the wisdom of the just
John 13. 35 are mydisciples, if ye haveloveone to an.
Acts 12. ii when Peter was come to himself, he said
26. 20 showed first unto them of Damascus, and
Rom. 5. 21 That as sin hath reigned unto death, even
1 Co. 7.15 bondage . . but God hath called us to peace
9. 15 that it should be so done unto me : for (it
14. ii that speaketh (shall be) a barbarian unto
2 Co. 4. 3 if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that
5. 19 hath committed unto us the word of rec.
8. 7 (in) your love to us, (see) that ye abound
Col. i. 23 was preached to every creature which is
i Th. 4. 7 God hath not called, .but unto holiness
5. 23 unto the coming of our IA rd Jesus Christ
1 Ti. 3. 16 preached unto the Gentile. , believed on
2 Pe. i. 5 add to your faith virtue ; ai vd to virtue
i. 6 to knowledge, .to temperance, .and to pa.
i. 7 to godliness brotherly kindiu ss ; and to
i Jo. 4. 1 6 and believed the love that Go^hath to us
19. Before, fvanriov enopion.
Luke24. 1 1 their words seemed to them as idle tales
20. Out of e ek.
Matt28. 14 if this come to the governor s ears, we will
Luke23. 7 that he belonged unto Herod s jurisdiction
21. On, upon, l-rri (gen.) epi.
John2i. ii drew the net [to] land full of great fishes
Acts 10. ii vessel descending, .and let down to the ea.
22. Upon, over, tirt (dat.) epi.
Matt. 9. 16 Nomanputteth apiece of new cloth unto
Gal. 5. 13 ye have been called unto liberty ; only
Eph. 2. 10 created in Christ Jesus unto good works
1 Th. 4. 7 For God hath not called us unto unclean.
2 Ti. 2. 14 strive, .(but) to the subverting of the he.
23. Upon, about, for, up to, liri (ace.) epi.
Matt. 3. 7 when he saw many, .come to his baptism
3. 13 Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jord.
5. 23 if thou bring thy gift to the altar, andth.
6. 27 Which of you . . can add one cubit unto his
12. 28 then the kingdom of God is come unto you
13. 48 when it was full, they drew to shore, and
21. 19 he came to it, and found nothing thereon
27. 27 gathered unto him the whole band (of so.
Mark 5. 21 much people gathered unto him : and he
ii 13 when he came to it, he found nothing but
15. 22 they bring him unto the place Golgotha
15. 46 rolled a stone unto the door of the sepul.
16. 2 they came unto the sepulchre at the risi.
Luke i. 16 And many, .shall he turn to the Lord th.
1. 17 to turn the hearts of the fathers to the ch.
5.11 when they had brought their ships to la.
6. 35 for he is kind unto the unthankful and
8. 27 when he went forth to land, there met
9. 62 No man, having put his hand to the plo.
10. 6 if not, it shall turn to you again
10. ii the kingdom of God is come nigh [unto]
12. ii when they bring you unto the synagogues
12. 25 which of you. .can add to his stature one
12. 58 When thou goest with thine adversary to
17. 4 seven times in a day turn again [to] thee
19. 5 when Jesus came to the place, he looked
22. 44 [great drops of blood falling down to the]
22. 52 and the elders, which were come to him
23. i the whole multitude . . led him unto Pilate
23. 33 when they were come to the place which
Luke23. 48 the people that came together to that sig.
24. i they came unto the sepulchre, bringing
24. 12 Then arose Peter, and ran [unto] the sepul.
24. 24 certain of them..i rent to the sepulchre,and
John 6. 16 his disciples wenc d<_ wn unto the sea
19. 33 when they came to Jesus, and saw that
Acts 8. 26 unto the way that goeth down from Jer.
8. 32 He was led as a sheep to the slaughter
8. 36 they came unto a certain water, and the
9. 4 he fell to the earth, and heard a voice say.
9. 21 he might bring them bound unto the ch.
9. 35 all that dwelt at Lydda. .turned to the L.
10. ii a certain vessel descending [unto] him, as
11. ii there were three men already corne unto
11. 21 and a great number, .turned unto the L.
12. 10 they came unto the iron gate that leadeth
12. 12 he came to the house of Mary the mother
14. 13 brought oxen and garland s unto the gates
14. 15 turn from these vanities unto the living
15. 19 trouble not them which. .are turned toG.
16. 19 drew (them) into the market place unto
17. 6 drew Jason and certain brethren unto the
17. 14 sent away Paul, to goasit were to the sea
17. 19 brought him unto Areopagus, saying, May
18. 12 and brought him to the judgment seat
19. 12 from his body were brought unto the sick
20. 13 And we went before to ship, and sailed
21. 32 took soldiers.. and ran down unto them
24. 8 [Commanding his accusers to come unto]
25. 12 Hast thou appealed . .? unto Cesar shall
26. 1 8 (from) the power of Satan unto God, that
26. 20 that they should repent and turn to God
27. 43 cast(themselves)..(intothesea),andgetto
27. 44 it came to pass, that they escaped, .to la.
Gal. 4. 9 how turn ye again to the weak and begg.
2 Th. 2. i and (by) our gathering together unto him
2 Ti. 2. 16 they will increase unto more ungodliness
4. 4 turn away (their) ears, .turned unto fab.
Heb. 6. i let us go on unto perfection ; not laying
Jas. 2. 3 ye have respect to him that weareth the
1 Pe. 2. 25 are now returned unto the Shepherd and
2 Pe. 2. 22 The dog (is) turned to his own vomit ag.
Rev. 16. 14 (which) go forth unto the kings of the ea.
21. 10 he carried me. .to a great and high mou.
22. 14 that they may have right to the tree of
22. 18 God shall add unto him the plagues that
24. Unto, tip to, hitherto, ecus heos.
Matt. i. 17 from Abraham to David, .and. .unto Chr.
ii. 23 Capernaum, which art exalted unto hea.
20. 8 hire, beginning from the last unto the first
22. 26 Likewise the second also . . unto the seve.
23. 35 from the blood of righteous Abel unto the
24. 21 since the beginning of the world to this
24. 27 as the lightning, .shineth even unto the
24. 31 from one end of heaven to the other
26. 38 My soul is exceeding sorrowful, even unto
26. 58 followed him afar off unto the high priest
27. 8 was called, The field of blood, unto this
27. 45 darkness over all the land unto the ninth
27. 51 was rent in twain from the top to the bo.
28. 20 I am with you alway, (even) unto the end
Mark 6. 23 will give (it) thee, unto the half of my ki.
13. 19 creation which God created unto this time
13. 27 from the uttermost part of the earth to
14. 34 My soul is exceeding sorrowful unto death
15. 38 was rent in twain from the top to the bo.
Luke 2. 15 Let us now go even unto Beth-lehem, and
4. 29 led him unto the >rowof the hill whereon
4. 42 came unto him, and stayed him, that he
10. 15 exalted to heaven, shall be thrust down to
11. 51 blood of Abel, unto the blood of Zachar.
John 8. 9 [beginning at the eldest, (even) unto the]
Acts i. 8 and unto the uttermost part of the earth
i. 22 unto that same day that he was taken up
7. 45 face of our fathers, unto the days of Da.
8. 10 all gave heed, from the least to the grea.
9. 38 that he would not delay to come to them
13. 47 be for salvation unto the ends of the earth
17. 15 brought him unto Athens : and receiving
23. 23 go to Cesarea, and horsemen threescore
26. ii I persecuted (them) even unto strange ci.
Rom ii. 8 that they should not hear, unto this day
1 Co. i. 8 Who shall confirm you unto the end, (that
4. 13 the offscouring of all things unto this day
8. 7 unto this hour eat (it) as a thing offered
15. 6 the greater partremain unto this present
2 Co. i. 13 trust ye shall acknowledge even to the end
3. 15 But even unto this day, when Moses is re.
12. 2 such an onecaughtuptothe third heaven
Heb. 8. ii shall know me, from the least to the gre.
Jas. 5. 7 Be patient, .unto the coming of the Lord
25. In order that, so that, iva hina.
Matt 26. 1 6 from that time he sought opportunity to
27. 26 scourged Jesus, he delivered (him) to be
27. 32 him they compelled to bear his cross
Mark 4. 21 Is a candle brought to be put under a bu.
4. 21 under a bed? and not to be set on a can.
6. 41 to set before them ; and the two fishes di.
7. 32 they beseech him to put his hand upon
8. 6 gave, .to set before (them) ; and they did
8. 22 bring a blind man. .and besought him to
9. 22 cast him into the fire, .to destroy him
11. 28 who gave thee this authority to do these
12. 13 And they send, .to catch him in (his) wo.
13. 34 and commanded the porter to watch
14. 10 Judas Iscariot. .went, .to betray him
15. 15 Pilate, .delivered Jesus, .to be crucified
15. 20 clothes on him, and led him out to cruc.
15. 21 they compel one Simon, .to bear his cross
Luke 6. 34 sinners also lend, .to receive as much ag.
9. 40 I besought thy disciples to cast him out
TO
Lukeig. 4 climbed up into a sycamore tree to see
John i. 7 The same came fora witness, to bear wit.
i. 8 but (was sent) to bear witness of that Ii.
i. 19 sent priests, .to ask him, Who art thou?
1.27 whose shoe s latchet I am not worthy to
3. 17 sent not his Son into the world to rondo.
4. 8 his disciples were gone away . . to buy me.
4. 34 My meat is to do the will of him that sent
;. 7 I have no man. .to put me into the pool
5. 36 which the Father hath given me to finish
6. 15 take him by force, to make him a king, he
6. 38 not to do mine own will, but the will of
7. 32 the chief priests sent officers to take him
8. 56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my
8. 59 Then took they up stones to cast at him
10. 31 the Jews took up stones again to stone
11. 19 to comfort them concerning their brother
ii. 31 She goeth unto the grave to weep there
ii. 53 they took counsel together for to put him
11. 55 went, .before the passover, to purify th.
12. 20 Greeks among them that came up to wo.
12 47 came not to judge the world, but to save
13. 2 now put into the heart of Judas.. to betray
17. 4 finished the work, .thou gavest me to do
19. 16 Then delivered he him . .to be crucified
Acts 16. 30 and said, Sirs, what must I do to be saved
16. 36 The magistrates have sent to let you go
27. 42 soldiers counsel was to kill the prisoners
1 Co. i. 27 [foolish things of the world to confound]
i. 27 to confound the things which are mighty
1. 28 (yea), and things which are not, to bring
9. 25 they (do it)toobtain a corruptible crown
13. 3 though I give my body [to] be burned, and
16. 12 greatly desired him to come unto you with
16. 12 but his will was not at all to come at this
2 Co.i2. 7 messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I
Gal. 4. 5 To redeem them that were under the law
Phil. 2. 30 to supply your lack of service toward me
2 Th. 3. 9 Not because we have not power, but to
1 Jo. i. 9 he is faithful and just to forgive us (our)
3. 5 know that he was manifested to take away
3 John 4 I have no greater joy than to hear that
Rev. 2. 21 gave her space to repent of her fornicat.
3. 9 I will make them [to] come and worship
6. 2 he went forth conquering, and to conquer
8. 6 seven angels, .prepared themselves to so.
13. 12 causeth the earth, .to worship the first be.
13. 16 to receive a mark in their right hand, or
21. 15 had agolden reed to measure the city, and
21. 23 city had no need of the sun. .to shine in
26.7)o?wi to, Kara (ace.) kata.
Acts 16. 7 After they were come to Mysia, they ass.
20. 20 taught you publicly, and from house to
25. 16 have the accusers face to face, and have
Rom 14. 22 Hast thou faith? have (it) to thyself bef.
2 Co. 8. 3 For to (their) power, I bear record, yea
Gal. 2. ii I withstood him to the face, because he
Phil. i. 12 things (which happened) unto me have
27. With, fjit-rd (gen.) meta.
Luke i. 72 perform the mercy (promised) to our fat.
Rev. 10. 8 voice, .spake unto me again, and said, Go
28. Unto, until, /x xp<, pfxpts inechri, mechrte.
Rom. 5. 14 Nevertheless death reigned from Adam
15. 19 round about unto Illyricum, I have fully
Phil. 2. 8 became obedient unto death, even the
2. 30 he wasuigh unto death, not regardinghis
2 Ti. 2 9 Wherein I suffer trouble, .unto bonds, but
Heb. 3. 6 [rejoicing of the hope firm unto the end]
3. 14 beginningof our confidence stedfast unto
12. 4 Ye have not yet resisted unto blood, stri.
29.//070, to the end that, 8rro>? hopijs.
Matt 26. 59 sought false witness, .to put him to death
Luke ii. 37 a certain Pharisee besought him to dine
Acts 9. 24 watched the gates day and nisjht to kill
23. 23 Make ready two hundred soldiers to go
30. Toward, irpos (ace.) pros.
Matt. 2. 12 that they should not return to Herod, th.
3. 5 Then went put to him Jerusalem, and all
3. 10 the axe is laid unto the root of the
3. 13 cometh Jesus, .unto John, to be baptized
3. 14 baptized of thee. and comest thou to me?
3. 15 Jesus answering said unto [him], Suffer
5. 28 whosoever looketh on a woman to lust
6. i do not your alms before men, to be seen
7. 15 which come to you in sheep s clothing
10. 6 But go rather to the lost sheep of the h.
10. 13 not worthy, let your peace return to you
11. 28 Come unto me, all (ye) that labour and
13. 2 multitudes were gathered together unto
13. 30 and bind them in bundles to burn them
14. 25 Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea
14. 28 if it be thou, bid rne come unto thee on
14. 29 he walked on the water, .to Jesus
17. 14 when they were come to the multitude, th.
19. 14 forbid them not, to come unto me ; for of
21. i when they, .were come, .unto the mount
21. 32 John came unto you in the way of right.
21. 34 he sent his servants to the husbandmen
21. 37 last of all he sent unto them his son, say.
23. 34 I send unto you prophets, and wise men
23. 37 stonest them which are sent unto thee
25. 9 go ye rather to them that sell, and buy for
25. 36 I was in prison, and ye came unto me
25. 39 when saw we thee sick . . and came unto
26. 14 one of the twelve., went unto the chief pr.
26. 18 Go into the city to such a man, and say un.
26. 40 he cometh unto the disciples, and flndeth
26. 45 Then cometh he to his disciples, and saith
26. 57 led (him) away to Cainphas the high priest
992
Matt27. 4 they said, What (is that) to us? see thou
27. 14 he answered him to never a word; insom.
27. 19 his wife seiit.iinto him, saying, Have thou
27. 62 and Pharisees came together unto Hlate
Mark i. 5, 32, 40, 45 ; 2. 3, 13; 3 . 1 7 ], 8, 13, 31 ; 4 . i,
41 ; 5. 15, 19 ; 6. 25, 30, 33, 45, 48, 51 ; 7. i, [ 3I ] ; 9 . i 4i
17, 19, 20; 10. i, [7], 14, 50; ii. 7, 27; 12. 2, 4,6, 13, 18;
13. 22 ; 14. 10, 35 ; 15. 43; Luke i. 13, 18, 19, 27, 28, 34,
43. 55. 6 f 73. 8; 2. 15, 20, 34, 48, 49 ; 3. 9, 12, 13, [14] ;
4. 21, 23, 26, 26, 40, 43; 5. 10, 22, 31, 33, 34, 36; 6. 9, 47 ;
7. 3, 4, 6, 7, 19, 20, 20, 24, 40, 44, 50; 8. 4, 19, [21], 22, 25,
35 . 9- 3. 13. M. 23, 33, 43, 50, 57, 59, [62]; 10. 2, 23, 26,
29; ii. i, 5, 5, 6, 39, [53]; 12. i, 15, 16, 22, 41, 41, 58; 13.
7, 23, 34; 14. 3, 6, 7, 7, 23, 25, 26, 28; 15. 3, 18, 20, 22; 16.
i, 26, 26, 30; 17. i, 22 18. 3, [7], 9, 16, 31, 40; 19. 5, 8, 9,
13. 33. 35. 39. 43; 20. 2, 3, 9, 10, 23, 41 ; 21. 38 ; 22. 15, 45,
52, 70; 23. 4, 7, 14, 15, 22, 28; 24. 5, io, 17, 17, 18, 25, 32,
44 ; John i. 29, 42, 47; 2. 3; 3. 2, 4, 20, 21, 26, 26; 4. 15,
3. 33. 35. 40, 47. 48, 491 5- 33. 4. 451 6. 5, 5, 17, 28, 34,
35. 37. 37 44. 45. 65, 68; 7. 3, 33, 37, 45, (5o, 50; 8. [2, 3,
7J. 3 1 . 57; 9- 13; io- 35. 4>; ii- 3. 4. IS. 9. 21, 29, 45,
46; 12. 32; 13. i, 3, 6; 14. 3, 6, 12, 18, 23, 28, 28; 16. 5,
7, 7, io, [16], 17, 28; 17. n, 13; 18. 13, 24, 29, 38; 19. 39;
20. 2, 2, 10, 17, 17, 17; 21. 22, 23.
ActS.I. 7; 2. [7], 12, 29, 37, 38; 3. II, 12, [22], 22, 2574.
1, 8, 19, 23, 23, 24; 5. 9, 35: 7. 3, [31]; 8. 14, 20, 24, 26; 9.
2, [6], io, ii, 15, 27, 32, 38, 40; io. 3, 13, 15, [21,] 21, 28,
33; ii. 3, ii, 20, 30; 12. 5, 8, 15, 20, 21 ; 13. 15, 31, 32, 36;
14. n; 15. 2, 7, 25, 33, 36; 16. 36, 37; 17. 2, 15, 15; 18. 6, 14.
21; i<). 2, 2, [3], 31; 20. 6, 18; 21. n, 18, 37, 39; 22. 1,5, 8,
io. 13. 15. 21, 25; 23. 3, [15], 17, 18, 18, 22, 24, 30; 25. 16,
21, 22; 26. i, [6], 9, 14, 28; 27. 3, 12; 28. 8, 17, 21, 23, 25,
26, 30; Rom. i. io, 13; 3. 26; 8. 31; io. i, 21, 21; 15. 2, 22, 23.
[24], 29, 30, 32; i Co. 2. i; 4. 18, 19, 21 ; 6. 5; 12. 2, 7; 13. 12;
14. 6, 12, 26; 15. 34; 16. 5, ii, 12; 2 Co. i. 15, 16, 20; 2. 1:3.
i, 16; 4. 2, 6; 5. 12; 6. ii; 7. 3, 12; 8. 17, iq; io. 4; n. 8;
12. 14, 17; 13. i, 7; Gal. i. 17; 6. 10, io; Eph. 2. 18; 3. 14;
4. 14, 29; s._[3i];6. 9, 22; Phil. i. 26; 2. 25; 4. 6; Col. 2. 23;
TOBIAH
4. 8, 10; i Th. i. 9, 9; 2. i, 2, 18; 3. 6, ii; i Ti. 3. 14; 4. 7
8; 2 Ti. 2. 24; 3. 17; 4. 9; Titus i. 16; 3. i, 2, 12, 12; Heb
i 8, 13; 2. 17; 5. i, 5, 7, 14; 6. n; 7. 21; 9. 13, 20; 13. 13;
Jas. 4. [5]; i Pe. 2. 4; 3. 15; 4 . 12; 2 Pe. i. 3; 3. 16; i Jo.
5. 16, 16, 16, 17; 2 Jo. io, 12, 12; 3 Jo. 14; Rev. 3. 20;
io. 9; 12. 5, 12; 21. [9]; 22. [18],
SI. Above, beyond, virtp (ace.) huper.
2 Co. 12. 13 what is it wherein ye were inferior to
32. --Is, ws hos.
Rom. 9. 29 we had been, .made like unto Gomorrha
3 3. .So as, Siffre hoste.
Mattio. i hegave them power, .to cast them out, and
27. i elders, .took counsel against Jesus to put
Luke 9. 52 entered into a village . .[to] make ready for
Sec also About, according, add, attendance, bring, call,
chargeable, cleave, come, communicate, conformed,
contrary, day, end, even, for, go, like, nail, put, run,
shut, speak.
TO and fro
I. Here, hither, njn henah.
2 Ki. 4. 35 returned, and walked in the house to and f
2. Going and returning, 3 5?j v [yatsa~\.
Gen. 8. 7 which went forth to and fro, until the waters
3. To move, shake, stagger, wander, y?: nuu.
Isa. 24. 20 The earth shall reel to and fro like a dm.
See also Driven, go, reel, removing, run, running, toss,
tossed, tossings, walk.
TO day
1. The day, to day, cvri hay-yom.
Gen. 30. 32 I will pass through all thy Hock to day
Exod. 2. 1 3 How (is it), .ye are come so soon to day
5. 14 making brick both yesterday and to day
14. 1 3 see the salvation, .he will show to you to day
14. 13 the Egyptians whom ye have seen to day
16. 25 And Moses said, Eat that to day; for to day
16. 25 to day (is) a sabbath unto the LORD: today
32. 29 Consecrate yourselves today to the LORD
Deut2g. 13 That he may establish thee to day for a peo.
Josh.22. 18 (seeing) ye rebel to day against the LORD
1 Sa. 4. 3 Wherefore hath the LORD smitten us to d.
4. 16 the man said. .1 fled to day out of the ar.
9. 12 haste now, for he came to day to the city
9. 12 (there is) a sacrifice of the people to day in
9. 19 ye shall eat with me to day; and to morrow
10. 2 When thou art departed from me to day
11. 13 to day the LORD hath wrought salvation
12. 17 (Is it) not wheat harvest to day? I will call
20. 27 cometh not the son of Jesse to meat.. tod.
24. io that the LORD had delivered thee to day
26. 23 delivered thee into (my) hand to day, but
27. io said, Whither have ye made a road to day?
2 Sa. ii. 12 Tarry here to day also, and to morrow I
14. 22 To day thy servant knoweth that I have
16. 3 Today shall the house of Israel restore me
1 Ki. 8. 28 thy servant prayeth before thee to day
2 Ki. 4. 23 Wherefore wilt thou goto him today? (it
6. 28 we may eat him to day, and we will eat my
Job 23. 2 to day (is) my complaint bitter : my stroke
Psa. 95. 7 he (is) our God. .To day if ye will hear his
2.7*0 day, this day, ff-^^tpov
semeron.
Matt. 6. 30 the grass of the field, which to day is, and
16. 3 foul weather today; for the sky is red and
21. 28 said, Son, go work to day in my vineyard
Luke 5. 26 saying,We have seen strange things to d.
12. 28 the grass, which is to day in the field, and
13. 32 I cast out devils, and I do cures to day and
13. 33 I must walk to day, andtomorrow.andthe
19. 5 Zaccheus. .today I must abide at thy ho.
23. 43 To day shalt thou be with me in paradise
Luke24 . 21 beside all this, [to day] is the third day
Heb. 3. 7 saith, To day if ye will hear his voice
3. 13 Hut exhort.. while it is called To day ; lest
3. 15 To day if ye will hear his voice, harden
4. 7 To day . . To day if ye will hear his voice
5. 5 Thou art my Son, to day have I begotten
13. 8 same yesterday, and to day, and for ever
Jas. 4. 13 Today or tomorrow we will go into such a
TO morrow
1. Time before, to morrow, ii^S muchar,
Exod. 8. 10 And he said, To morrow. And he said
8. 23 a division . . to morrow shall this sign lie
8. 29 (flies)nmy depart.. from his people, to mo.
9. 5 To morrow the LORD shall do this thing in
9. 18 to morrow about this time I will cause it
10. 4 tomorrow will I bringthe locusts into thy
16. 23 To morrow (is) the rest of the holy sabbath
17. 9 tomorrow I will stand on the top of the
19. 10 sanctify them to day and to morrow, and
32. 5 and said, To morrow (is) a feast to the L.
Numn. 18 Sanctify yourselves against to morrow, and
14. 25 To morrow turn you, and get you into the
1 6. 7 put incense in them before the LORD to in.
16. 16 thou, and they, and Aaron, to morrow
Josh- 3- 5 for to morrow the LORD will do wonders
7. 13 Sanctify yourselves against tomorrow: for
u. 6 tomorrow, about this time, will I deliver
22. 1 8 to morrow he will be wroth with the wh.
Judgi9. 9 to morrow get you early on your way.that
20. 28 to morrow I will deliver them into thine h.
1 Sa. 9. 16 To morrow, about this time, I will send
n. 9 To morrow, by (that time) the sun be hot
11. 10 Tomorrow we will come out unto you, and
19. ii save not thy life to night, to morrow thou
20. 5 to morrow (is) the new moon, and I should
20. 12 have sounded my father about tomorrow
20. 18 To morrow (is) the new moon : and thou
28. 19 to morrow (shalt) thou and thy sons (be)
2
S_a.
1 1. 12 Tarry ye here to day also, and to morrow
1 Ki.ig. 2 as the life of one of them by tomorrow
20. 6 send my servants unto tbeeto morrow ab.
2 Ki. 6. 28 woman said. .we will eat my son to morr.
7. i To morrow, about this time, (shall) a me.
7. 1 8 shall be to morrow about this time in the
10. 6 come to me to Jezreel by to morrow this
2 Ch.2o. 16 To morrow go ye down against them, be.
20. 17 to morrow go out against them : for the
Esth. 5. 8 I will do to morrow as the king hath said
5. 12 to morrow am I invited unto her also with
9. 13 to morrow also according unto this day s
Prov. 3. 28Say not.. to morrowl will give ; whenthou
27. i Boast not thyself of to morrow ; for thou
Isa. 22. 13 let us eat and drink, for to morrow we sh.
56. 12 to morrow shall be as this day, (and) much
2. To morroio, avpiov aurion.
.Matt. 6. 30 which to day is.and to morrow is cast into
Lukei2. 28 and to morrow is cast into the oven, how
13. 32 I do cures to day and to morrow, and the
13. 33 I must walk to day, and to morrow, and
Acts 23. 15 he bring him down unto you [tomorrow]
23. 20 thou wouldest bring down Paul to morrow
25. 22 To morrow, said he, thou shalt hear him
i Co. 15. 32 let us eat and drink ; for to morrow we die
Jas. 4. 1 3 to morrow we will go into such a city, anil
TO the end or intent
1. With a view to, tjy cis.
Acts 7. 19 cast out their young children, to the end
Rom. i. ii may impart, .to the end ye may be estab.
4. 16 to the end the promise might be sure to
i Co.io. 6 to the intent we should not lust afterevil
1 Th. 3. 13 To the end he may stablish your hearts
1. In order that, so that, tva hina.
John 1 1. 15 And I am glad, .to the intent ye may be.
Eph. 3. 10 To the intent that now unto the princip.
TO wit
As, how, u>s hos.
2 Co. 5. .19 To wit, that God was in Christ reconoil-
TO (God or you) ward
Toward, irpoy (ace. ) pros.
2 Co. i. 12 world, and more abundantly to youward
3. 4 trust have we through Christ to Godward
i Th. i. 8 your faith to Godward is spread abroad
TO -AH, nin depression, humility.
Father of Eliel, and grandfather of Jeroham the grand
father of Samuel the prophet ; called also Xahath in
ver. 26; and Tohu in i Sa. i. i. B.C. 1230.
1 Ch. 6. 34 Jeroham, the son of Eliel, the son of T.
TOB, 3ia fruitful, good.
\ district in Syria N.E. of Gilead, to which Jephthah
fled, and which sent out mercenary troops, 2 Sa. 10. 6;
.Mace. 5. 13.
Judg ii. 3 Then Jephthah. .dwelt in the land of T.
11. 5 elders .. went to fetch J eph thah out of . . T.
TOB ADO-NI -JAH, rvjvHJ 3iB the Lord Jah is good.
A Levite sent by Jehoshaphat to teach the people in the
cities of Judah. B.C. 913.
2 Ch.i7. 8 Adonijah, and Tobijah, and T., Levites
TO-BI -AH,TOB-I -JAH,n;::iB,n;:b, *T3iB Jah is good.
1. A Levite sent by Jehoshaphat to teach the people in
the cities of Judah B.C. 913.
2 Ch.i7. 8 Adonijah, and T., and Tob-adonijah, Lev.
2. A person whose descendants returning from exile
were unable to prove their genealogy. B.C. 445.
Ezra 2. 60 children of Delaiah, the children of T.
Neh. 7. 62 children of Delaiah, the children of T.
TOCHEN 993 TOLD
8. Au Ammonite who opposed Nehemiah. B.C. 445.
Neh. 2.10 When . . T. the servant, the Ammonite, he.
2. 19 But when Sanballat. .and T. . .heard (it)
4. 3 Now T. the Ammonite (was) by him, and
4. 7 T. . .heard that the walls of Jerusalem we.
6. i T. . .heard that I had builded the wall
6. 12 for T. and Sanballat had hired him
6. 14 My God, think thou upon T. . .that would
6. 17 sent, .letters unto T. . .(the letters) of T.
6. 19 (And) T. sent letters to put me in fear
13. 4 Kliashib the priest, .(was) allied unto T.
13. 7 the evil that Eliashib did for T., in prep.
13. 8 I cast forth all the household stuff of T.
4. A chief man whose posterity returned from exile.
B.C. 519.
Zech. 6. 10 T., and. . Jedaiah, which are come from
6. 14 the crowns shall be to Helem, and to T.
TO -CHEN, [rn establishment.
A city in Simeon, near Rinunon (or Remnon); omitted
in Josh. 19. 7.
1 Ch. 4. 32 And their villages (were). .T., and Ashan
TOE (great)
I. Thumb, great toe, jna bohen.
Exod 29. 20 and upon the great toe of their right foot
Lev. 8. 23 and upon the great toe of his right foot
8. 24 and upon the great toes of their right feet
14. 14, 17, 25, 28 upon the great toe of his right
Z.Finger, ya$K etsba.
2 Sa. 21. 20 six fingers, and on every foot six toes
i Ch.2o. 6 fingers and toes (were) four and twenty
^.Fingers, toes, [V3N etsbean.
Dan. 2.41 whereas thou sawest the feet and toes, part
2. 42 the toes of the feet (were) part of iron, and
4. Toes or thumbs of the feet, Q Sr] ni:n? [bohen].
Judg. i. 6 and cut off his thumbs and his great toes
i. 7 their thumbs and their great toes cut off
lO-GAR -MAH, nip-iih, rnj-uin. A son of Gomel1
, son of Japheth, in the X. of Armenia.
B.C. 2200.
Gen. 10. 3 And the sons of Corner. .Riphath, and T.
i Ch. i. 6 And the sons of Gomer.. Riphath, and T.
Eze. 27. 14 They of the house of T. traded in thy fa
38. 6 the house of T of the north quarters, and
TOGETHER
l.As one, ~in*<? ke-echad.
Ezra 2. 64 The whole congregation together (was) fo.
3. 9 sons of Judah, together, to set forward
6. 20 priests and the Levites were purified tog.
Nell. 7. 66 The whole congregation together (was) fo!
Isa. 65. 25 The wolf and the lamb shall feed together
2. Each to its fellow, Finns- 1?* nyx [ishshah], Exod26 6 couple the curtains together with the ta.
"<.As one, niqj ka-chadah.
Dan. 2. 35 broken in pieces together, and became like
4. Together, nrj;, iiv yachad, yachdav.
Gen. 13. 6 mightdwelltogether..couldnotdwelltog
22. 6, 8 they went both of them together
22. 19 they rose up and went together to Beer-s
36. 7 more than that they might dwell together Exod 1 9. 8 all the people answered together, and sa id
26. 24 they shall be coupled together above the
36. 29 coupled together at the head thereof, to
Deut 22. 10 not plow with an ox and an ass together
22. ii divers sorts, (as) of woollen and linen tog
25. 5 If brethren dwell together, and one of th.
25. ii When men strive together one with ano.
33. 5 the tribes of Israel were gathered together
33. 17 with them he shall push the people toge.
Josh. 9. 2 they gathered themselves together, to fight
11. 5 they came and pitched together at the
Judg. 6. 33 children of the east were gathered toget
19. 6 did eat and drink both of them together
1 Sa. ii. IT so that two of them were not left together
17. 10 give me a man, that we may fight together
31. 6 and all his men, that same day together
2 Sa. 2. 13 met together by the pool of Gibeon : and
2. 16 so they fell down together : wherefore th.
10. 15 Israel, they gathered themselves together
12. 3 it grew up together with him, and with his
14. 16 destroy me and my son together out of the
21. 9 they fell(all)seveu together, and wereput
T Ki. 3. 18 we (were) together; (there was)nostran.
i Ch.io. 6 Saul died, .and all his house died together
Ezra 4. 3 but we ourselves together will build unto
Neh. 4 . 8 conspired all of them together to come
6. 2 Come, let us meet together in (some one
6. 7 Come, .and let us take counsel together
Job 2. 1 1 they had made an appointment together
3. 1 8 prisoners rest together; they hear not the
6. 2 my calamity laid in the balances together
9. 32 (and) we should come together in judgm.
10. 8 and fashioned me together round about
16. 10 they have gathered themselves together
17- 16 when (our) rest together (is) in the dust
19. 12 His troops come together, andraiseup th.
24. 4 poor of the earth hide themselves together
34. 15 All flesh shall perish together, and man
38. 7 When the morning stars sane; together, and
4- 13 Hide them in the dust together ; (and) bi.
Jrsa. 2. 2 rulers take counsel together, against the
14. 3 they are (all) together become filthy ; (th.
31.13 while they took counsel together against
?4- 3 magnify, .and let us exalt his name toge.
35. 26 brought to confusion together that rejoice
Psa. 37. 38 transgressors shall be destroyed together
40. 14 be ashamed and confounded together that
41. 7 All that hate me whisper togetheragainst
48. 4 For, lo, the kings, .passed by together
49. 2 Both lowand high, rich and poor, together
55. 14 We took sweet counsel together, (and) wa.
71. 10 they that lay wait, .take counsel together
74. 8 Let us destroy them together : they iiave
83. 5 For they have consulted together with one
88. 17 water; they compassed me about together
98. 8 (their) hands : let the hills be joyful toge.
102. 22 When the people are gathered together
122. 3 builded as a city that is compact together
133. i pleasant (it is) for brethren to dwell toge.
Isa. i. 28 destruction, .of the sinners (shall be) tog.
i. 31 they shall both burn together, and none
9. 21 they together (shall be) against Judah
ii. 6 the young lion and the failing together
ii. 7 their young ones shall lie down together
n. 14 they shall spoil them of the east together
18. 6 Theyahall be left together unto the fowls
22. 3 All thy rulers are fled together, they are
22. 3 all that are found in thee are bound toget.
27. 4 I would burn them together
31. 3 fall down, and they all shall fail together
40. 5 all flesh shall see (it) together : for the
41. i let us come near together to judgment
41. 19 (and) the pine, and the box tree together
41. 20 know, and consider, and understand tog
41. 23 we maybe dismayed, and behold (it) toge.
43. 9 Let all the nations be gathered together
43. 17 they shall lie down together, they shall
43. 26 let us plead together: declare thou. that
44. ii they shall fear.. they shall be ashamed to
45. 8 let righteousnessspringuptogether, I the
45. 16 they shall go to confusion together (that
45. 20 draw near together, ye (that are) escaped
45. 21 let them take counsel together, who hath
46. 2 They stoop, they bow down together, they
48. 13 (when)I callunto them, theystaudup tog.
50. 8 let us stand together: who (is) mine adv.
52. 8 with the voice together shall they sing
52. 9 sing together, ye waste places of Jerusal.
to. 13 the pine tree, and the box together, to bea
65. 7 the iniquities of your fathers together, sa
66. 1 7 shall be consumed together, saith the LORD
Jer. 3. 18 they shall come together out of the land
6. ii upon the assembly of young men together
6. 12 others,(with their) fields and wives togetli.
6. 21 the fathersandthe sons together shall fall
13. 14 will dash, .the fathers and the sons toge.
31. 8 and her that travaileth with child togeth.
31.13 rejoice, .both young men and old togeth.
31. 24 and in all the cities thereof together
41. i there they did eat bread together in Miz.
46. 12 stumbled .. they are fallen both together
46. 21 turned back, (and) are fled away together
48. 7 (with) his priests and his princes together
49. 3 (and) his priests and his princes together
50. 4 they and the children of Judah together
50. 33 the children of Judah (were) oppressed to.
51. 38 They shall roar together like lions; they
Lam. 2. 8 rampart and the wall.. languished toget.
Hos. i. ii the children of Israel be gathered toget.
ii. 8 is turned, .my repentings are kindled to.
Amos i. 15 he and his princes together, saith the Lo.
3. 3 Can two walk together, except they be au .
Mic. 2. 12 I will put them together as the sheep of
Zech. 10. 4 Out of him came, .every oppressor toget.
5. Couple, team, yoke, together, ts^ tsemed.
2 Ki. 9. 25 when I and thou rode together after Ah.
6. .4 gathering, .15 px asephah.
Isa. 24. 22 And they shall be gathered together
7 .Of one another, a\\-fi\wi> allelon.
i Th. 5. ii Wherefore comfort yourselves together
8. Toward each other, irpos oAA.ijA.ous pros allelous.
Luke24- 14 they talked together of all these things
9. Together with, aua hama.
Rom. 3. 12 they are together become unprofitable
i Th. 4. 17 shall be caught up together with them in
5. 10 died for us, that .we should live together
10. Together, upon or about the same, VJ rb avr/>.
Matt 22. 34 the Pharisees .were gathered together
I.ukei7. 35 Two (women) shall be grinding together
Acts i. 15 the number of names together were
2. 44 all that believed were together and hail
3. i Peter and John wentup together into the
4. 26 the rulers were gathered together against
i Co. 7. 5 come together again, that Satan tempt you
\\.Togetlier, down to the same, nara rb O.VT&.
Acts 14. i they went both together into the synag
12. With one another, ptr a\\-fi\wv met allelon.
Luke23. I2 Pilate and Herod were made friends tog.
13. Together, <5/uoD homoit.
John 4. 36 and he that reapeth may rejoice together
20. 4 So they ran both together : and the other
21. 2 There were together Simon Peter, and T.
See also Agree, assemble, assembled, assembling, band,
bow, bring, builded, call, called, cleave fast, come,
comforted, consult, counsel, coupled, flow, folden, fol- i
lower, framed, gather, gathered, gathering, glorified, !
grow, join, joined, knit, meet, met, planted, put, raise
up, reason, rise up, rolled, run, shake, shut up, smite,
sow, stick, strive, struggle, take, temper, tempered,
travail in pain, thrust, whisper, work, wrap, wrapoed,
yoke. Also sing together by course, gather together
in one. Together with, gee elected, labour, quicken
ait.
TO -HTT, inn humility, depression. A Kohathite, ancestor of Samuel; called Xahadh in
i Ch. 6. 26, and Toah in i Ch. 6. 34. B.C. 1230.
1 Sa. i. i Elihu, the son of T., the son of Zuph
TO -I, TO -TT, <yh, ?yn A error, wandering. king of Hamath in the days of David. B.C. 1040.
2 Sa. 8. 9 T. . . heard that David had smitten all the
8. 10 Then T. sent Joram his son unto king D.
8. 10 fought, .for Hadadezer had wars with T.
i Ch.iS. 9 T.. .heard how David had smitten all the
18. 10 fought, .for Hadarezer had war with T.
TOIL, (to)
1. Labour, Vyy arnal.
Gen. 41. 51 God., hath made me forget all my toil, and
^.Grievous thing, labour, fuyy itstsabon.
Gen. 5. 29 concerning our work and toil of our hands
3.2*0 try, ftacravifa basanizo.
Mark 6. 48 he saw them toiling in rowing ; for the
4.7*0 labour, be weary, fatigued, KUVLO.OI kopiad.
Matt. 6. 28 Consider the lilies, .they toil not, neither
Luke 5. 5 we have toiled all the night, and have ta.
12. 27 [they toil not, they spin not ; and yetl say],
TOKEN (evident, manifest)
\.A sign, token, nix oth.
Gen. 9. 12, 17 This (is) the token of the covenant wh.
9. 13 be for a token of a covenant between me
17. ii it shall be a token of the covenant betw.
Exod. 3. 12 a token unto thee that I have sent thee
12. 13 blood shall be to you for a token upon the-
13. 16 it shall be for a token upon thine hand Num 17. 10 to be kept for a token against the rebels
Josh. 2. 12 show kindness, and give me a true token
Job 21. 29 the way? and do ye not know their tokens
Psa. 65. 8 They also . . are afraid at thy tokens : thou
86. 17 Show me a token for good ; that they wh.
135. 9 sent tokens and wonders into the midst
Isa. 44. 25 That frustrateth the tokens of the liars
2. Proof, manifest token, fi/Sfiyfj.a endeigma.
2Th. i. 5 a manifest token of the righteous judgm.
3.^1 shoioing in, indication, tvStifiy endeixis.
Phil. i. 28 is to them an evident token of perdition
4. A sign, signal, mark, eri\fjLflov semeion.
2 Th. 3. 17 mine own hand, which is the token inev.
5. A joint sign, signal, avaa-f\i>.ov sttssemon.
Marki4. 44 had given them a token, saying.Whoniao.
TO -LA, join warm, crimson.
1. A son of Issachar. B.C. 1690.
Gen. 46. 13 And the sons of Issachar ; T., and Phuv.
Num26. 23 (of) T., the family of the Tolaites : of Pua
i Ch. 7. i the sons of Issachar (were) T.. and Puah
7. 2 the sons of T.; Uzzi, and Rephaiah, and
7. 2 heads of their father s house . . of T.
2. A judge of Israel, of the tribe of Issachar. B.C.
1206-1183.
Judg 10. i there arose to defend Israel, T. the son of
TO -LAD, tVm begetter.
A city in Simeon near Ezem; same of El-toladin Josh.
5- 3-
i Ch. 4. 29 And at Bilhah, and at Ezem, and at T.
TOLAITES, yVinn.
Family of Tola son of Issachar.
Num.26. 23 (of) Tola, the family of theT.: of Pua, the
TOLD, to be
1.7*0 be said, "ISN amar, 2.
Josh. 2. 2 it was told the king of Jericho, saying
Dan. 8. 26 And the vision .which was told (is) true
2. To be put before, declared, ~nj nagad, 6.
Gen. 22. 20 it was told Abraham, saying, Behold. Mi.
27. 42 words of Esau her elder son were told to
31. 22 it was told Laban on the third day that J.
38. 13 it was told Tamar, saying, Behold, thy fa.
38. 24 it was told Judah, saying, Tamar thy da.
Exodi4. 5 it was told the king of Egypt that the pe.
Deut. 17. 4 it be told thee, and thou hast heard (of it)
Josh. 9. 24 Because it was certainly told thy servants
10. 17 it was told Joshua, saying, The five kings
Judg. 9. 25 they robbed all. .and it was told Abimel.
9. 47 it was told Abimelech, that all the men
i Sa. 15. 12 it was told Samuel, saying, Saul came to
19. 19 was told Saul, saying, Behold, David (is)
23. 7, 13 And it was told Saul that David was
27. 4 it was told Saul that David was fled to G.
t Sa. 6. 12 it was told king David, saying, The LORD
10. 17 when it was told David, he gathered all
19. i it was told Joab, Behold, the king weepeth
21. ii it was told David what Rizpah the daug.
1 Ki. i. 51 it was told Solomon, saying, Behold, Ad.
2. 29 it was told king Solomon that Joab was
2. 41 it was told Solomon that Shimei had gone
10. 7 the half was not told me: thy wisdom and
18. 13 Was it not told my lord what I did when
2 Ki. 6. 13 it was told him, saying, Behold, (he is) in
8. 7 it was told him, saying, The man of God
1 Ch.ig. 17 it was told David; and he gathered all Is.
2 Ch. 9. 6 the one half, .was not told me: (for) thou
Isa. 7. 2 it was told the house of David, saying, S.
40. si hath it not been told you from the begin.
125
TOLERABLE 994 TOP
%.Tc be numbered, recounted, ".51? saphar, 2.
1 Ki. 8. 5 that could not be told nor numbered for
2 Ch. 5. 6 which could not be told nor numbered
4. To be numbered, recounted, 159 saphar, 4.
Job 37. 20 Shall it be told him that I speak? if a man
Isa. 52. 15 which had not been told them shall they
Hab. i. 5 ye will not believe, though it be told (y.)
5. To be weiyfied, j?l? takan, 4.
2 Ki.i2. ii they gave the money, being told, into the h.
TOLERABLE, more
More tolerable, avfKTOTfpov anektoteron.
Matt 10. 15 It shall be more tolerable for the land of
ii. 22 It shall be more tolerable for Tyre and S.
ii. 24 it shall be more tolerable for the land of
Mark 6. 1 1 [It shall be more tolerable for Sodom and]
Lukeio. 12 it shall be more tolerable in that day for
10. 14 it shall be more tolerable lor Tyre and S.
TOLL
1.Measured thing, tribute, toll, rns middah.
Ezra 4. 20 toll, and tribute, and custom, was paid
2. Measured thing, tribute, toll, rnjJ? mindah.
Ezra 4. 13 will they not pay toll, tribute, and custom
7. 24 it shall not be lawful to impose toll, tribute
TOMB
\.A stack, heap, tomb, iff"]} gadish.
Job 21. 32 the grave, and shall remain in the tomb,
2. A monument, tomb, uvfina mnema.
Mark 5. 5 he was in the mountains, and in the torn.
Luke 8. 27 neither abode in . . house, but in the tombs
3. A monument, tomb, fj.vrj/jLf toi mnemeion.
Matt. 8. 28 coming out of the tombs, exceeding fierce
27. 60 laid it in his own new tomb, which he had
Mark 5. 2 there met him out of the tombs a man wi.
5. 3 Who had (his) dwelling among the [tombs]
6. 29 took up his corpse, and laid it in a tomb
4.^4 burying place, sepulchre, raQos taphos.
Matt 23. 29 ye build the tombs of the prophets, and
TONGS
1. Tongs, snuffers, O r^g malqachayim.
Exod25. 38 the tongs thereof, and the snuff dishes th.
Num. 4. 9 his tongs, and his snuff dishes, and all the
2. Tongs, snuffers, D njj?^) melqachayim.
1 Ki. 7. 49 the flowers, and the lamps, and the tongs
2 Ch. 4. 21 the tongs, (made he of), gold, (and) that
Isa. 6. 6 (which) he had taken with the tongs from
3. Axe, tongs, iyv. maatsad.
Isa. 44. 12 The smith with the tongs both worketh
TONGTTE
1. Tongue, language, pe>^ lashon.
Gen. 10. 5 every one after his tongue, after their fa.
10. 20 after their families, after their tongues
10. 31 after their families, after their tongues
Exod 4. 10 I (am) slow of speech, and of a slow ton.
11. 7 against any. .shall not a dog move his to.
Deut28. 49 a nation whose tonguethou shalt not un.
Josh.io. 21 none moved his tongue against any of the
Judg. 7. 5 Every one that lappeth. .with his tongue
2 Sa. 23. 2 spake by me, and his word (was) in my t.
Job 5. 21 be hid from the scourge of the tongue
6. 30 Is there iniquity in my tongue? cannot my
15. 5 and thou choosest the tongue of the crai.
20. 12 (though) he hide it under his tongue
20. 16 suck the poison, .the viper s tongue shall
27. 4 not speak wickedness, nor my tongue ut.
29. 10 their tongue cleaved to the roof of their
33. 2 Behold, .my tongue hath spoken in my
41. i his tongue with a cord (which) thou lett.
Psa. 5. 9 sepulchre; they flatter with their tongue
10. 7 under his tongue (is) mischief and vanity
12. 3 LOKD shall cut of., the tongue that speak.
12. 4 Who have said, With our tongue will we
15. 3 (He that) backbiteth not withhis tongue
22. 15 my tongue cleaveth to my jaws, and thou
31. 20 keep them, .from the strife of tongues
34. 13 Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy lips
35. 28 my tongue shall speak of thy righteousn.
37. 30 speaketh wisdom, and his tongue talketh
39. i take heed, .that I sin not with my tongue
39. 3 fire burned: (then) spake I with my tong.
45. i my tongue (is) the pen of a ready writer
50. 19 givest thy mouth to evil, and thy tongue
51. 14 my tongue shall sing aloud of thy righteo.
52. 2 Thy tongue deviseth mischiefs, like a sh.
52. 4 lovest all devouring words, .deceitful to.
55. 9 Destroy, O LORD, (and) divide their tong.
57. 4 and arrows, and their tongue a sharp sw.
64. 3 Who whet their tongue like a sword, (and)
64. 8 they shall make their own tongue to fall
66. 17 I cried, .he was extolled with my tongue
68. 23 (and) the tongue of thy dogs in the same
71. 24 My tongue also shall talk of thy righteo.
73. 9 and their tongue walketh through the ea.
78. 36 and they lied unto him with their tongues
109. 2 spoken against me with a lying tongue
119. 172 My tongue shall speak of thy word : for
120. 2 Deliver my soul, .from a deceitful tongue
120. 3 what shall be done, .thou false tongue ?
126. 2 filled with laughter, and our tongue with
1 37. 6 let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mo.
139. 4 (there is) not a word in my tongue, (but)
140. 3 They have sharpened their tongues like a
xTov. 6. 17 A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands
6. 24 the flattery of the tongue of astrange wo.
Provio. 20 The tongue of the just (is as) choice silver
10. 31 but the troward tongue shall be cut out
12. 18 but the tongue of the wise (is) health
12. 19 but a lying tongue (is) but for a moment
15. 2 The tongue of the wise useth knowledge
15. 4 A wholesome tongue (is) a tree of life, but
1 6. i the answer of the tongue, (is) from the L.
17. 4 (and)aliar givethear to a naughty tongue
17. 20 he that hath a perverse tongue fallethin.
18. 21 Death and life, .in the power of the tong.
21. 6 The getting of treasures by a lying tongue
21. 23 Whoso keepeth. .his tongue keepeth his
25. 15 and a soft tongue breaketh the bone
25. 23 an angry countenance a backbiting tongue
26. 28 A lying tongue hateth (those that are) affl.
28. 23 than he that flattereth with the tongue
31. 26 and in her tongue (is) the law of kindness
Song 4.11 honey and milk (are; under thy tongue
Isa. 3. 8 their tongue and their doings (are) again.
n. 15 the LOUD shall utterly destroy the tongue
28. ii For with, .another tongue will he speak
30. 27 full of indignation, and his tongue as a
32. 4 the tongue of the stammerers shall be re.
33. 19 a stammering tongue, that thou canst not
35. 6 Then shall, .the tongue of the dumb sing
41. 17 (there is) none, and their tongue faileth
45. 23 every knee shall bow, every tongue shall
50. 4 GOD hath given me the tongue of the lea.
54. 17 every tongue (that) shall rise against thee
57. 4 against whom, .draw out the tongue? (are)
59. 3 your tongue hath muttered perversenCCs
66. 1 8 I will gather all nations and tongues ; and
Jer. 9. 3 they bend their tongues (like) their bow
9. 5 they have taught their tongue to speak
9. 8 Their tongue (is as) an arrow shot out, it
18. 18 let us smite him with the tongue, and let
23. 31 the prophets, that use their tongues, and
Lam. 4. 4 The tongue of the sucking child cleaveth
Eze. 3. 26 I will make thy tongu*. cleave to the roof
Dan. i. 4 the learning and the tongue of the dial.
Hos. 7. 16 shall fall, .for the rage of their tongue
Mic. 6. 12 their tongue (is) deceitful in their mouth
Zeph. 3. 13 neither shall a deceitful tongue be found
Zech 14. 12 their tongue shall consume away in their
2. A tongue, language, -)\iaar<ra glossa.
Mark 7. 33 took him . . and he spit, and touched his to.
7. 35 the string of his tongue was loosed, and
1 6. 17 [cast out devils . . speak with new tongues]
Luke i. 64 his tongue (loosed), and he spake, and pr.
16. 24 and cool my tongue ; for I am tormented
Acts 2. 3 there appeared unto them cloven tongues
2. 4 began to speak with other tongues, as the
2. ii we do hear them speak in our tongues
2. 26 my tongue was glad ; moreover also my
10. 46 they heard them speak with tongues, and
19. 6 and they spake with tongues, and proph.
Horn. 3. 13 with their tongues they have used deceit
14. ii and every tongue shall confess to God
i Co. 12. 10 to another (divers) kinds of tongues; to
12. 10 to another the interpretation of tongues
12. 28 helps, governments, diversities of tongues
12. 30 do all speak with tongues? do all interp.
13. i Though I speak with the tongues of men
13. 8 whether (there be) tongues, they shall ce.
14. 2 he that speaketh in an (unknown) tongue
14. 4 He that speaketh in an (unknown) tongue
14. 5 I woul d that ye all spake with tongues, but
14. 5 greater, than he that speaketh with tong.
14. 6 if I come unto you speaking with tongues
14. 9 except ye utter by the tongue words easy
14. 13 let him that speaketh in an (unknown) to.
14. 14 if I pray in an (unknown) tongue, my sp.
14. 1 8 I speak with tongues more than ye all
14. 19 ten thousand words in an (unknown) ton.
14. 22 tongues are for a sign, not to them that
14. 23 all speak with tongues, and there come
14. 26 hath a doctrine, hath a tongue, hath a re.
14. 27 If any man speak in an (unknown) tongue
. 14. 39 and forbid not to speak with tongues
Phil. 2. 1 1 every tongue should confess that Jesus
Jas. i 26 If any man. .bridleth not his tongue, but
3. 5 the tongue is a little member, and boast.
3 6 And the tongue (is) a fire, a world of ini.
3 . 6 so is the tongue among our members, that
3. 8 the tongue can no man tame ; (it is) an
i Pe. 3 ic let him refrain his tongue from evil, and
i Jo. 3. 1 8 let us not love in word, neither in tongue
Rev. 5. g out of every kindred, and tongue, and pe.
7. 9 kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood
10. ii many peoples, and nations, and tongues
11. 9 they of the people, and kindreds, and to.
13. 7 over all kindreds, and tongues, and nati.
14. 6 nation, and kindred, and tongue, and pe.
16. ic and they gnawed their tongues for pain
17. 15 and multitudes, and nations, and tongues
3. Dialect, 5taA/croj dialektos.
Acts i. 19 as that field is called in their proper ton.
2. 8 hear we every man in our own tongue, wh.
21. 40 he spake unto (them) in the Hebrew ton.
22. 2 heard that he spake in the Hebrew tong.
26. 14 saying in the Hebrew tongue, Saul, Saul
TONGTJES, (other, Hebrew)
1. One of another or different tongue, fTtpAyKuaffos.
i 0.14. 21 With, .other tongues and other lips will
Q.Hebraically, in the Hebrew,l E0pc:iffrl hebraisti.
John 5. 2 which is called in the fiebrew tongue B.
Eev. o. ii whose name in the Helirew tongue (is)
16. 16 into a place called in the Hebrew tongue
TONGUE, to hold the
1. To still, silence, npn hasah, 3.
Amos 6. 10 Hold thy tongue ; for we may not make
2. To keep or remain silent, enn charash, 5.
Esth. 7. 4 if we had been sold. .1 had held my ton.
Job 6. 24 Teach me, and I will hold my tongue, and
13. 19 if I hold my tongue, I shall give up the
Hab. i. 13 boldest thy tongue when the wicked de.
TOO
[See Far, hard, heavy, high, much, strong, superstitious].
TOO much
Sufficiency, "^ dai.
Esth. i. 18 Thus, .too much contempt and wrath
TOOK in hunting, that -which he
Hunting, provision, venison, Ts tsayid.
Provi2. 27 roasteth not that which he took in hunt.
TOOL
1. Destroying weapon, sword, axe, ann chereb.
Exod2o. 25 if thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou hast
2. Vessel, ^3 keli.
i Ki. 6. 7 nor ax (nor) any tool of iron heard in the
TOOTH, teeth
\.A tooth, ]v shen.
Gen.49. 12 His eyes, .red with wine, and his teeth wh.
Exod 21. 24 Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for
21. 27 tooth, or his maid servant s tooth; he sh.
21. 27 shall let him go free for his tooth s sake
Lev. 24. 20 eye for eye, tooth for tooth : as he hath
Numn. 33 the flesh (was) yet between their teeth
Deut.ig. 21 tooth for tooth , hand for hand, foot for
32. 24 will also send the teeth of beasts upontfiem
1 Sa. 2. 13 with a flesh hook of three teeth in hisna.
Job 4. 10 and the teeth of the young lions, arebro.
13. 14 Wherefore do I take my flesh in my teeth
16. 9 he gnasheth upon me with his teeth, mine
19. 20 and I am escaped with the skin of my tee.
29. 17 and plucked the spoil out of his teeth
41. 14 his face? his teeth (are) terrible round ab.
Psa. 3. 7 thou hast broken the teeth of the ungodly
35. 16 they gnashed upon me with their teeth
37. 12 and gnasheth upon him with his teeth
57. 4 whose teeth (are) spears and arrows, and
58. 6 Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth
112. 10 shall gnash with his teeth, and meltaway
124. 6 hath not given us (as) a prey to their teeth
Prov. 10. 26 As vinegar to the teeth, and as smoke to
25. 19 (is like) a broken tooth, and a foot out of
30. 14 a generation whose teeth (are as) swords
Song. 4. 2 Thy teeth, .like a flock, .shorn, which ca.
6. 6 Thy teeth (are) as a flock of sheep which
Jer. 31. 29 and the children s teeth are set on edge
31. 30 eateth the sour grape, his teeth shall be
Lam. 2. 16 they hiss and gnash the teeth : they say
3. 16 He hath also broken my teeth with gravel
Eze. 18. 2 and the children s teeth are set on edge?
Dan. 7. 5 three ribs . . between the teeth of it, and
7. 7 fourth beast, .and it had great iron teeth
7. 19 whose teeth (were of) iron, and his nails
Joel i. 6 whose teeth (are) the teeth of a lion, and
Amos 4. 6 I also have given you cleanness of teeth
Mic. 3. 5 that bite with their teeth, and cry, Peace
Zech. 9. 7 his abominations from between his teeth
2.^4 tooth, bSovs odous.
Matt 5. 38 An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth
8. 12 there shallbe weeping andgnashing of te.
13. 42, 50 shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth
22. 13 there shall beiweeping and gnashing of te.
24. 51 there shallbe weeping and gnashing of te.
25. 30 there shall be weeping and gnashing of te.
Mark 9. 18 gnasheth with his teeth, and pineth away
Luke 13. 28 There shall be weeping and gnashing of te.
Acts 7. 54 and they gnashed on him with (their) teeth
Rev. 9. 8 and their teeth were as(the teeth) of lions
TOP
I. Roof, top, pinnacle, 33 gag.
Exod. 30. 3 the top thereof, and the sides thereof ro
37. 26 the top of it, and the sides thereof roun
Judg 9. 51 and gat them up to the top of the towei
2 Ki.23- 12 altars that (were) on the top of the uppe
2. Bone, substance, o^gerem.
2 Ki. 9. 13 put (it) under him on the top of the stairs
S.A cleft, 17? seiph.
Judg. 15. 8 lie went down and dwelt in the top of the
15. ii went to the top of the rock Etam, and sa.
Isa. 2. 21 into the tops of the raggedjrocks, for fear
4. Clear or dry place, irmt tsechiach.
Eze. 24. 7 blood, .she set it upon the top of a rock
24. 8 I have set her blood upon the top of a ro.
26. 4 I will also, .make her like the top of a ro.
26. 14 I will make thee like the top of a rock
5. Foliage, highest branch, rnay tsammereth.
Eze. 31. 3 and his top was among the thick boughs
31. 10 hath shot up his top among the thick bo.
31. 14 neither shoot up their top among the th.
6. Head, top, PUT rosh.
Gen. 8. 5 first (day) of the month, were the tops of
ii. 4 build us a city,and a tower whose top (may
28. 12 top of it reached to heaven: and behold
28. 1 8 a pillar, and poured oil upon the top of
Exod 1 7. 9 I will stapd on the top of the hill with the
17. 10 Aaron,|and Hur, went up to the topof the
19. 20 upon mount Sinai, on the top of the mo.
TOP
cxodip. 20 LORD culled Closes (up) to the top of the
24. 17 devouring fire on the top of the mount it
28. 32 there shall be an hole in the top of it, in
34. 2 present thyself there to me in the top of
Num. 14. 40 gat them up into the top of the motintaii
14. 44 they presumed to go up unto the hill toj
20. 28 Aaron died there in the top of the moun
21. 20 tothetopof Pisgah, which looketh towan
23. 9 For from the top of the rocks I see him
23. 14 the field of Zophim, to the top of 1 isgah
23. 28 Balak brought Balaam unto the top of P
Deut. 3. 27 Get thee up into the top of Pisgah, and
34. i to the top of Pisgah, that (is) over againsi
Josh. 1 5. 8 the border went up to the top of the mo
15. 9 border was drawn from the top of the hilk
Judg. 6. 26 build an altar, .upon the top of this rock
9. 7 stood in the top of mount Gerizim, and li.
9. 25 set liars in wait for him in the top of the
9. 36 there came people down from the top of
16. 3 carried them up to the top of an hill, thai
1 Sa. 26. 13 stood on the top of an hill afaroff, a great
2 Sa. 2. 25 became one troop, and stood on the top ol
5. 24 sound of a going in the tops of the mulb.
15.32 (when) David was come to the top . . where
16. i when David was a little past the top (of
i Ki. 7. 16 to set upon the tops of the pillars: the he.
7. 17, 19 chapiters which (were) upon the top of
7. 1 8 cover the chapiters that (were) upon the t.
7. 22 upon the top of the pillars (was) lilywork
7. 35 in the top of the base . . on the top of the
7. 41 chapiters thaUwere) on the top of the two
7. 41 chapiters which (were) upon.the top of the
10. 19 the top of the throne (was) round behind
18. 42 and Elijah went up to the top of Carniel
2 Ki. j. 9 and, behold, he sat on the top of an hill
1 Ch.i4. 15 of going in the tops of the mulberry trees
2 Ch. 3 . 15 chapiter that (was) on the top of each of
4. 12, 12 chapiters which (were) on the top of
25. 12 brought them unto the top of the rock
25. 12 cast them down from the top of the rock
Esth. 5. 2 Esther drew near, and touched the top of
Job 24. 24 and cut off as the tops of the ears of corn
Psa. 72. 16 an handful., upon the top ofthe mountains
Prov. 8. 2 She standeth in the top of high places, by
23. 34 or as he that lieth upon the top of a mast
Song 4. 8 look from the top of Amaua, from the top
Isa. 2. 2 be established in the top of the mountains
17. 6 two (or) three berries in the top of the up.
30. 17 as a beacon upon the top of a mountain
42. ii let them shout from the top of the moun.
Lam. 2. 19 that faint for hunger in the top of every
4.1 are poured out in the top of every street
Jize. 6. 13 in all the tops of the mountains, and under
17. 4 He cropped off the top of his young twigs
17. 22 will crop off from the top of his youngtw
43. 12 Upon the top of the mountain the whole
Hos. 4. 13 They sacrifice upon the tops of the moun
Joel. 2. 5 Like the noise of chariots on the tops of Amos i. 2 mourn, and the top of Carmel shall wither
9. 3 though they hide themselves in the top
Mic. 4. i shall be established in the top of the mo
Nah. 3. 10 were dashed in pieces at the top of all the
Zech. 4. 2 with a bowl upon the topof it, and his se.
4. 2 seven lamps, which (are) upon the top th.
7. A point, tip, &Kpov akron.
Heb. ii. 21 and worshipped . . upon the top of his staff
8. From above, top, upper part, &i>u,0ev anothen.
Matt 27 . 51 was rent in twain from the top to the bo
Marki 5 . 38 rent in twain from the top to the bottom
Johmg. 23 without seam, woven from the top throu.
TOP of head or house
\.Roof, top, pinnacle, 33 gag.
1 Sa. 9. 25 communed with Saul upon the top of the h
9. 26 Samuel called Saul to the top of the house
2 Sa. 16. 22 spread, .a tent upon the top of the house
Isa. 15. 3 on the tops of their houses, and in their
1. Top or crown of the head, pate, np-i^ qodqod. Deut 28. 35 from . .thy foot unto the top of thy head
33. 16 and upon the top of the head of him (that
TOPAZ
1 . Topaz, emerald, rnip? pitedah.
Exod28. 17 a sardius; a topaz, and a carbuncle : (this
39. 10 a sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle this
Job 28. 19 The topaz of Ethiopia shall not equal it
Eze. 28. 13 topaz, and the diamond, the beryl, the on.
2. Topaz,(gem of a yellowish green colour), -roTrdfav. Rev. 21. 20 the eighth, beryl; the ninth, a topaz; the
TO -PHEL, Vgh mortar.
A place in the wilderness of Sinai over against Paran- now called Tufileh, S. E. of Salt Sea.
Deut. i. i between Paran, and T., and Laban, and
TOPH -ET, n??n altar.
A place in the valley of Hinnom where sacrifices were
offered and the dead bodies buried or consumed.
Isa. 30. 33 T. (is) ordained of old; yea, for the king
TO -PHETH, TO -PHET, nshn, HER.
The same as the preceding.
2 Ki.23 . 10 he defiled T., which (is) in the valley of
Jer. 7. 3 i And they have built the high places of T.
7. 32 Therefore, .it shall no more be called T
7. 32 they shall bury in T., till there be no pi.
19. 6 that this place shall no more be called T
19. 1 1 ,ney shall bury (them) in T. , till (there be )
19. ix Thus will I . .(even) make this city as T
995 TOUCH
Jer. 19. 13 house, .shall be defiled as the place of T.
19. 14 Then came Jeremiah from T., whither the
TORCH
I.--! torch, flame, i ^7 lappid.
Nah. 2. 3 with flaming torches in the day of his pr
Zech.i2. 6 will I make., like a torch of fire in a sheaf
2.A torch, flashing fire, .11^9 peladah.
Nah. 2. 4 they shall seem like torches, they shall
3.^ lamp, torch, shining John light, Aa/mray lampas. 18. 3 with lanterns, and torches, and weapons
TORMENT, tormentor
l.A trial, testing, torment, fiacra.vtfffj.6sbasanismos Rev. 9. 5 their torment . . as the torment of a scorp
14. ii the smoke of their torment agcendeth up
IB. 7 so much torment and sorrow give her for
1 8. 10 Standing afar off for the fear of her torm
18. 15 stand afar off for the fear of her torment
2. One ivho tries or tests, inquisitor, ffaffavia-rrjs.
Matti8. 34 delivered him to the tormentors, till lie
3.A test, trial,inqwisilion,torment,fia.ffa.vos basanos.
Matt. 4. 24 were taken with divers diseases and torm
Lukei6. 23 lifted up his eyes, being in torments, and
16. 28 lest they also come into this place of tor.
4.A priming, restraining, restraint, K0\afft^.
i Jo. 4. 1 8 casteth out fear : because fear hath torm.
TORMENT, be tormented, to
1. To try, test, torment, fia.ffa.vifa basanizo.
Matt. 8. 6 sick of the palsy, grievously tormented
8. 29 art thou come hither to torment us before
Mark 5 . 7 adjure thee by God, that thou torment me
Luke 8. 28 cried out. .1 beseech thee, torment me not
Rev. 9. 5 that they should be tormented five months
ii. 10 because these two prophets tormented th.
14. 10 he shall be tormented with fire and brim.
20. 10 shall be tormented day and night for ever
2. Having or suffering evil, ill used, Ka.Kovxov/j.fvos.
Heb. ii. 37 wandered, .being destitute, afflicted, tor.
3. To be pained, oSwdofiiai odunaomai.
Luke 1 6. 24 have mercy. .1 am tormented in this flame
1 6. 25 he is comforted, and thou art tormented
TORN (in pieces, of or with beasts)
1. Something torn, .19-19 terephah.
Gen. 31. 39 That which was torn . . I brought not unto
Exodaa. 13 shall not make good that which was torn
22. 3! eat (any) flesh (that is) torn of beasts in
Lev. 7 . 24 fat of that which is torn with beasts, may
17. 15 torn (with beasts, whether it be) one of
22. 8 That which dieth of itself, or is torn (with
Eze. 4. 14 which dieth of itself, or is torn in pieces
44. 31 dead of itself, or torn, whether it be fowl
2. Filth, sweepings, scrapings, nmo suchah.
Isa. 5 . 25 their carcases .. torn in the midst of the
TORN in pieces, to be
1. To be torn, f,-ia taraph, 2.
Exod22. 13 If it be torn in pieces, .let him bring it
Jer. 5. 6 that goeth out thence shall be torn in pi.
2. To be torn, rnp taraph, 4.
Gen. 44. 28 I said, Surely he is torn in pieces, and I
TORTOISE
Tortoise, a species of Lybian lizard, 3y tsab.
Lev. ii. 29 the weasel, and the mouse, and the tort.
TORTURED, to be
To be beaten with clubs, bastinaded, rv/j.iravio[j.ui.
Heb. 1 1. 35 were tortured, not accepting deliverance
TOSS (self), be tossed, to
I. To shake self, vyz gaash, 7.
Jer. 5 . 22 though the waves thereof toss themselves
2.A wrapping, nc.iv tsenephah.
Isa. 22. 18 He will surely violently turn and toss th.
.To try, test, toss, fia.ffa.vifa basanizo.
Matti4. 24 tossed with winds : for the wind was con.
. To be agitated, pnrifofnui rhipizomai.
Jas. i. 6 a wave . . driven with the wind, and tossed
TOSSED to and fro, up and down, to be
.To be driven away, r\~\} nadaph, 2.
Prov 21. 6 a vanity tossed to and fro of them that se.
2. To be shaken, 1J7} naar, 2.
Psa. 109. 23 I am tossed up and down as the locust
. To be tossed, agitated, K\v5<ai io/j.a,i kludonizom.
Eph. 4. 14 be no more children, tossed to andfro, and
TOSSINGS to and fro
lovings, tossings, n 17? nedudim.
Job 7. 4 I am full of tossings to and fro unto the
TOTTER, to
) thrust away, down, over, .irn dachah.
Psa. 62. 3 ye shall be . . as a bowing wall . . a tottering
TOU. See TOI.
TOUCH, be touched, to
I. To touch, come upon, plague, jnj naga.
Gen. 3. 3 Ye shall not eat.. neither shall ye touch
20. 6 therefore suffered I thee not to touch her
26. ii He that toucheth this man or his wife sh
26. 29 as we have not touched thee, and as we
32. 25 he touched the hollow of his thigh 32 32
Exod 19. 1 2 or touch the border . . whosoever toucheth
19. 13 There shall not an hand touch it, but he
29. 37 whatsoever toucheth the altar shall be holy
30. 29 whatsoever toucheth them shall be ho!y
Lev. 5. 2 if a soul touch any unclean thing, whether
5. 3 if he touch the uncleannessof man, what
6. 1 8 every one that toucheth them shall be ho.
6. 27 Whatsoever shall touch the flesh thereof
7. 19 the flesh that toucheth any unclean (th.)
7. 21 the soul that shall touch any unclean (tli )
ii. 8 their carcase shall ye not touch, they (are)
ii. 24 whosoever toucheth the carcase of them
1 1. 26 every one that toucheth them shall be un.
ii. 27 whoso toucheth their carcase shall be un.
ii. 31 whosoever doth touch them, when they
11.36 that which toucheth their carcase shall be
11. 39 he that toucheth the carcase thereof shall
12. 4 she shall touch no hallowed thing, nor co
15. 5 whosoever toucheth his bed shall wash hig
15. 7 he thattoucheth thefleshofhimthathath
15. 10 whosoever toucheth any thing that was
15. ii whomsoever he toucheth that hath the is.
15. 12 the vessel of earth that he toucheth which
15. 19 whosoever toucheth her shall be unclean
15. 21 whosoever toucheth her bed shall washing
15. 22 whosoever toucheth anything that shesat
15. 23 when he toucheth it, he shall be unclean
15. 27 whosoever toucheth those things shall be
22. 4 whoso toucheth any thing (that is) uncl.
22. 5 whosoever toucheth any creeping thing
22. 6 The soul which hath touched any such sh. Num. 4 . 15 they shall nottouch(any) holy thing, lest
16. 26 touch nothing of theirs, lest ye be consu.
19. 1 1 He that toucheth the dead body of any
19. 13 Whosoever toucheth the dead body of any
19/16 whosoever toucheth one that is slain with
19. 18 him that touched a bone, or one slain, or
19. 21 he that toucheth the water of separation
19. 22 whatsoever the unclean (person) toucheth
19. 22 the soul that toucheth (it) shall be uncle.
31. 19 whosoever hath touched any slain, purify Deut 14. 8 not eat of their flesh, nor touch their dead
Josh. 9. 19 now therefore we may not touch them
Judg. 6. 21 touched the flesh and the unleavened ca.
Ruth 2. 9 the young men that they shall not touch
1 Sa. 10. 26 a band of men, whose hearts God had to.
2 Sa. 14. 10 and he shall not touch thee any more
23. 7 the man (that) shall touch them must be
1 Ki. 6. 27 the wing of the one touched the (one) wall
6. 27 touched the other, .touched one another
19. 5 an angel touched him, and said unto him
19. 7 and touched him, and said unto him, Ar.
2 Ki.i3. 21 the man was let down, and touched the
i Ch.i6. 22 Touch not mine anointed, and do my pro.
Esth. 5. 2 Esther drew near, and touched the top
Job i. ii put forth thine hand now, and touch all
2. 5 put forth thine hand now, and touch his
4. 5 it toucheth thee, and thou art troubled
5. 19 in seven there shall no evil touch thee
6. 7 The things (that) my soul refused to touch
19. 21 for the hand of God hath touched me
Psa. 104. 32 he toucheth the hills, and they smoke
105. 15 Touch not mine anointed, and do my pr
144. 5 touch the mountains, and they shall sm.
.Prov. 6. 29 whosoever toucheth her shall not be inn.
Isa. 6. 7 this hath touched thy lips ; and thine in.
52. 1 1 go ye out from thence, touch no unclean
Jer. 12. 14 that touch the inheritance which I have
Lam. 4. 14 so that men could not touch their garment
4. 15 (it is) unclean ; depart, depart, touch not
Eze. 17. 10 wither when the east wind toucheth it?
Dan. . 8. 5 came from the west, .and touched not the
8. 1 8 but he touched me, and set me upright
9. 21 Gabriel, .touched me about the time of
10. 10 an hand touched me, which set me upon
10. 16 (one) like . . the sons of men touched my
10. 18 there came again and touched me (one)
Hos. 4. 2 they break out, and blood toucheth blood
Amos 9. 5 the LORD, .(is) he that toucheth the land
Hag. 2. 12 with his skirt do touch bread, or pottage
2. 1 3 If (one that is) unclean . . touch any of th.
Zech. 2. 8 he that toucheth you toucheth the apple
2. To (cause to) touch, j, jj naga, 5.
Jer. i. 9 LORD put forth his hand, and touched my
3. To kiss, touch, pwi nashaq, 5.
Eze. 3. 13 the noise of the wings, .that touched one
i.To smell, refresh, touch, rni ruach, 5.
Judgi6. 9 as a thread, .is broken when it toucheth
5. To touch, hold on, embrace, a-mofj.a.1 haptomai.
Matt. 8. 3 Jesus put forth (his) hand, and touched
8. 15 he touched her hand, and the fever left
9. 20 came behind (him), and touched the hem
9. 21 If I may but touch his garment, I shall
Q. 29 Then touched he their eyes, saying, Ace.
14. 36 that they mightonly touch the hem of his
14. 36 as many as touched were made perfectly
17. 7 Jesus came and touched them, and said
20. 34 had compassion (on them), and touched
Mark 1.41 put forth (his) hand, and touched him, and
3. 10 they pressed upon him for to touch him
5. 27 came in the press behind, and touched
5. 26 If I may but touch his clothes, I shall be
5. 30 turned . . and said, Who touched my do.?
5. 31 thronging thee, andsayest thou, Who to.
6. 56 besought him that they might touch if it
6. 56 as many as touched him were made whole
7. 33 and he spit, and touched his tongue
8. 22 bring a blind man. .and besought him to t.
TO. 13 brought young children.. that he should t.
TOUCHED 996 TOWN
Luke s- 13 he put forth (his) hand, and touched him
6 19 the whole multitude sought to touch him
7 14 he came and touched the bier: and therthat
7 IQ what manner of woman (this is) toucheth
8 44 and touched the border of his garment
4- Jesus said, Who touched me? When all
,\ [press (thee), and sayest thou,Who touch.]
S 46 Somebody hath touched me : for 1 pen-e.
> 47 for what cause she had touched him, and
18 is brought, .infants, that he would touch tli.
22 si And he touched his ear, and healed him
Johii2o. 17 Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended
1 Co 7 i good for a man not to touch a woman
2 Co 6 17 touch not the unclean (thing); and I will
Col 221 Touch not ; taste not ; handle not
1 Jo. 5. 1 8 and that wicked one toucheth him not
C To touch, arrive at, come to, Qiyta thigit.
Heb. 1 1. 28 kept the passover. .lest he . .should touch
12. 20 if so much as a beast touch the mountain
7. To lead down to (land), Kardyca k<it<i;/i~>.
Acts 27. 3 And the next (day) we touched at Sidon
8. To touch, touch lightly, irpo<r\l/avw prospsauo.
Luken. 46 ye yourselves touch not the burdens with
9. 7*0 feel, handle, grope after, \j/r)\a<pdw pselaphau.
Heb.i2. 18 the mount that might be touched, and
TOUCHED with the feeling of, to be
Toft-el with, trvniradiu aumpatheo.
Heb. 4. 15 cannot be touched with the feeling of our
TOUCHING, (as)
1. L nto, concerning, in reference to, SK el.
Jer. 22. ii For thus saiththe LOUD touching Shallum
2.0, over, concerning, Sy. al.
Jer. i. 16 I will utter my judgments, .touching all
3 L pon, ocer, ir (ace.) epi.
2 Th. 3. 4 we have confidence in the Lord touching
i.Doivn to, Kara, (ace.) kata.
Rom 1 1. 28 as touching the election . . beloved for the
Phil. 3. 5 Hebrews ; as touching the law, a Pharis.
3. 6 touching the righteousness which is in
5. Concerning, irtpi (gen.) peri.
Acts 24. 21 Touching the resurrectionof the dead I
26. 2 answer for myself, .touching all the thin.
Col. 4. 10 touching whom ye received commaudme.
TOW
1. Tow, refuse offlax, rnyj neoreth.
Judg 16. 9 as a thread of tow is broken when it tou.
Isa. i. 31 the strong shall be as tow. and themaker
2./ V;c, .lijC S pishtah.
Isa. 43. 17 they arc extinct, they are quenched as tow
TOWARD -
1. L nto, toward, Sx el.
Geu. 30. 40 toward the ring straked.and all the bro.
2..-K the side of, Ssx etsel.
i Sa. 20. 41 David arose out of (a place) toward the
3. The way of, TJ? derek.
1 Ki. 8. 44 shall pray unto the LORD toward the city
8. 48 pray unto thee toward their land which
18. 43 Go up now, look toward the sea. And
2 Ki.25 4 and (the king) went the way toward the
2 Ch 6. 34 they pray unto thee toward this city wh.
6. 38 pray toward their land, which thou gav.
Eze. 20. 46 Son of man, set thy face toward the south
40. 6 unto the gate which looketh toward the
40. 20 outward court that looked toward the no.
40. 27 measure of the gate that looketh toward
40. 24 toward the south . . a gate toward the so.
40. 27 a gate in the inner court toward the south
40. 27 measured, .toward the south an hundred
40. 32 brought me into the inner court toward
40. 44 and their prospect (was)toward the south
40. 44 one. .(having) the prospect toward the no
40. 45, 46 chamber, whose prospect (is) toward
41.11 one door toward the north, and another
41. 12 at the end toward the west (was) seventy
42. i (brought me forth . . the way toward the n.
42. 7 toward the outer court on the fore part
42. 10 the wall of the court toward the east, over
42. n the chambers which (were) toward the
42. 12 doors of the chambers that (were) toward
42. 12 directly before the wall toward the east
42. 15 toward the gate whose prospect (is) towa
43. i (even) the gate that looketh toward the
43. 4 way of the gate whose prospect (is) toward
4..0i ?.r against, SiO mill.
ExodiS. 19 Be thou for the people to God ward, that
28. 27 toward the fore part thereof, over against
39. 20 toward the fore part of it, over against
"). Before, 13} neged.
Dan. 6. 10 his windows being open, .toward Jerusa.
0. Unto, up to, iy ad.
Gen. 13. 12 and Lot . .pitched (his) tent toward Sodom
7. With, oy im.
Dan. 4. 2 that the high God hath wrought toward
8.0u the face of, }9*Sy al-pene.
Geu. 1 8. 16 the men rose up. .and looked toward Sod.
19. 28 towardSodom and Gomorrah, and toward
Siumai. 20 Pisgah, which looketh toward Jeshimon
23. 28 top of Peor, that looketh toward Jeshim.
2 Sa. 15. 23 passed over, toward the way of the wild.
9.2*t, unto, toward, j eis.
Matt 28. i as it began to dawn toward the first (day)
Luke 1 2. 21 layeth up treasure, .and is not rich towa.
13. 22 teaching and journeying toward Jerusul.
John o. 17 went over the sea toward Capernaum. Anil
Acts i. 10 while they looked stedfastly toward hea.
20. 21 repentance toward God, and faith toward
.4. 15 have hope toward God, which they them.
27. 40 hoised up the mainsail, .and made towa.
28. 14 desired to tarry . .so we went toward Koine
Rom. i. 27 burned in their lust one toward another
5. 8 But God comineiideth his love toward us
12. 16 (Be) of the same mind one toward 14. 19.
a Co. i. 16 of you to be brought on my way toward.
2. 8 that ye would confirm (your) love toward
7. 15 inward affection is more abundant towa.
9. 8 able to make all grace abound toward you
10. i myself, .being absent am bold toward you
13. 4 live with him by the power of God toward
Gal. 2. 8 same was mighty in me toward the Gent.
Kph. i. 8 Wherein he hath abounded toward us in
1 Th. 3. 12 in love one toward another, and toward
4. 10 indeed ye do it toward all the brethren
2 Th. i. 3 charity of every one of you all toward ea.
Pliin. 5 faith, which thou hast, .toward all saints
Heb. 6. 10 love, which ye have showed toward his
1 Pe. 3. 21 the answer of a good conscience toward
2 Pe. 3. 9 in long suffering [to] us ward, not willing
10. In, among, iv en.
Luke 2. 14 and on earth peace, good will toward men
Rom. 15. 5 like minded one toward another according
i Jo. 4. 9 was manifested the love of God toward
\\.Vpon, ovei; tirl (dat.) epi.
Mark 6. 34 and was moved with compassion [toward]
I2.i pon, over, up to, liri (ace.) epi.
Matti2. 49 he stretched forth his hand toward his d.
14. 14 and was moved with compassion toward
Rom. ii. 22 but toward thee, goodness, if thouconti.
1 Co. 7. 36 behaveth himself uncomely toward his vi.
Eph. 2. 7 in (his) kindness toward us through Christ
Heb. 6. i from dead works, and of faith toward G.
l3.Doicn to, Kara (ace.) kata.
Acts 8. 26 Arise, and go toward to the south, unto
27. 12 lieth toward the south west and north we.
Phil. 3. 14 I press toward the mark for the prize of
14. Toward, irp6s (ace.) proi.
Luke24. 29 Abide with us ; for it is toward evening
Acts 24. 16 always a conscience void of offence towa.
2 Co. i. 12 conversation.. moreahundantly toyouwa.
i. 18 our word toward you was not yea and nay
3. 4 And such trust have we . .to God ward
7. 4 Great (is) my boldness of speech toward
Phil. 2. 30 to supply your lack of service toward me
Col. 4. 5 Walk in wisdom toward them that are wi.
i Th. i. 8 your faith to God ward is spread abroad
4. 12 That ye may walk honestly toward them
5. 14 support the weak, be patient toward all
Phm. 5 faith, which thou hast [toward] the Lord
1 Jo. 3. 21 (then) have we confidence toward God
15. Over, for, in behalf of, virfp (gen.) huper.
2 Co. 7. 7 when he told, .your fervent mind toward
TOWEL
Linen towel, (Lat. linteum), \tvriov lention.
Johiii3 4 He riseth from supper .and took a towel
13. 5 to wipe, .with the towel wherewith he
TOWER, (high)
1..4 watch tower, Jin? bachon.
Jer. 6. 27 I have set thee. .a tower, .a fortress am.
2.A watch toicer, J nj bachnn.
Isa. 23. 13 they set up the towers thereof; they rais.
3.A watch tower, |>"3
bachan.
Isa. 32. 14 the forts and towers shall be for dens fo.
4. Tower, Sip migdol [v.i.. S lis].
2 Sa. 22. 51 the tower of salvation for his king, and
5.A great tower, "??}? mir/dal.
Gen ii. 4 Go to, let us build us a city, and a tower
11. 5 LORD came down to see the city and the
35 2t spread his tent beyond the tower of Edar
Judg. S. 9 When I come. I will break down this to.
8. 17 beat down the tower of 1 enuel. and slew
9. 46, 47, 49 all the men of the tower of Shech.
9. 51 there was a strong tower within the city
9. 51 and gat them up to the top of the tower
9. 52 nuto the tower, .the door of the tower
2 Ki. 9. 17 there stood a watchman on the tower in
17. 9 from the tower of the watchmen to the
1 8. 8 from the tower of the watchmen to the
2 Ch.i 4 . 7 walls and towers, gates and bars, (while)
26. 9 Moreover I zziah built towers in Jerusal.
26. 10 Also he built towers in the desert, and
26. 15 to be on the towers and upon the bulwark
27. 4 in the forests he built castles and towers
3. . 5 raised (it) up to the towers, and another
Xeh. 3. i unto the tower of Meah .unto the tower
3. ii repaired the otherpiece, and the tower of
-,. 25 tower which lieth out from the king s hi.
7. 26 toward the east, and the tower that lieth
3. 27 over against the great tower that lieth out
12. 38 from beyond the tower of the furnaces
12. 39 the tower of Hananeel, and the tower of
Psa. 4 3. 12 go round about her: tell the towers the.
61. 3 a shelter, .(and) a strong tower from the
Prov 1 3. 10 The name of the LORD (is) a strong tower-
Song 4. 4 Thy neck (is) like the tower of David buil.
Soug 7. 4 as a tower of ivory . . thy nose (is) as the to.
8. 10 I (am) a wall, and my breasts like towera
Is# 2. 15 upon every high tower, and upon every
5. 2 built a tower in the midst of it, and also
30. 25 the great slaughter, when the towers fall
33. 18 where (is) he that counted the towers?
Jer. 31. 38 from the tower of Hananeel unto the gate
Eze. 26. 4 shall destroy . . and break down her towers
26. 9 with his axes he shall break down thy to.
27. it and the Gammaddims were in thy towers
Mic. 4. 8 thou, O tower of the flock, the strong hold
/.cch 14. 10 (from) the tower of Uanaueel unto the ki.
Q.A great tower, Si: miydol.
2 Sa. 22. 51 (He is) tiie tower of salvation for his king
Eze. 29. 10 from the tower of Syene even unto the bo.
30. 6 from the tower of Syene shall they fall in
7. Bulwark, lii
lj inatsor.
Hab. 2. i I will..setmeuponthetower,andwillwi
8. High place, Spy ophel.
2 ki. 5. 24 And when he came to the tower, he took
9,Corner, .1J9 pinnah.
Zcph. i . 16 A day of . . alarm . . against the high towera
3. 6 I have cut off the nations : their tower
10. High place, tower, 33pc inisgab.
2 Sa. 22. 3 my high tower, and my refuge, my savi.
Psa. 18. 2 horn of my salvation, (and) my high tow.
144. 2 my high tower, and my deliverer ; my sh.
11...4 tower, castle, irvpyos purgos.
Matt 2 1. 33 digged a winepress in it, and built a tow.
Marki2. i built a tower, and let it out to husband.
Luke 13. 4 those eighteen, upon whom the tower in-
14. 28 which of you, intending to build a tower
TOWER OF DAVID, 111 Si;p migdal David.
Part of the castle in Zion.
Song. 4. 4 Thy neck (is) like the tower of David buil.
TOWER OF EDAR, ii Sif? migdal Eder.
Between Bethlehem and Hebron.
Gen. 35. 21 spread his tent beyond the tower of Edar
TOWER OF THE FLOCK, iiy SiJ? migdal Eder.
Same as the preceding, or in Zion.
Mic. 4. 8 O tower of the flock, .unto thee shall it co.
TOWER OF THE FURNACES, cn^mi Vnrp migdal
hattannurim.
On the wall of Jerusalem, near the valley gate.
Neh. 3. ii Hashub. .repaired .the tower of the fur.
12.38 from beyond the tower of the furnaces even
TOWER OF HANANEEL, SNMq Sii? migdal Haiianeel.
On the wall of Jerusalem, near the sheep gate.
Neh. 3. i they sanctified it..unto the tower of Han.
12. 39 And from above, .the tower of Hananeel
Jer. 31. 38 from the tower of Hananeel unto the gate
Zcch.i4. 10 the towerofHananeel unto theking swine
TOWER OF LEBANON, p:r>n Si;p migdal hal-leban.
On the E. of Lebanon.
Song. 7. 4 thy nose (is)as the tower of Lebanon whi.
TOWER OF MEAH, nx? ri Tip migdal ham-meah.
On the wall of Jerusalem, between the sheep gate and
the tower of Hananeel.
Xeh. 3. i even unto the tower of Meah they scncti.
12. 39 from above . . the towerof Aleah, even unto.
TOWER OF PENUEL, SNU? Sif? migdal Penuel.
In 1 enuel, a city of Gilead.
Judg. 8. 17 he beat down the tower of Penuel. and
TOWER OF SHECHEM, cry Si;? migdal Shechem.
In Shechem, a city of Ephraim.
Judg. 9. 46 the men of the tower of Shechem heard
9. 47, 49 that all the men of the tower of Shec.
TOWER OF SYENE, njip Sip migdal Seventh.
In Syene, a city in the S. of Egypt.
Eze. 29. 10 from the tower of Syene even unto the bo.
30. 6 from the tower of Syene shall the) fall in
TOWN, (small, -without walli)
1 .Daughter, n; bath.
Josh 15. 45 Ekron, with her towns and her villages
15. 47, 47 with her towns and her villages
17. ii, ii, ii, ii, ii, ii and her towns, and the
17. 1 6 of Beth-sLean and her towns, and. .of the
Judg ii. 26 Heshbon and her towns. . Aroer and her t.
1 Ch 2. 23 and the towns thereof, .threescore cities
7. 28 Beth el and the towns., towns., towns, .t.
8. 12 built Ono and Lod, with the towns there.
2 Ch.i3- 9. 9> 9 w *h ^le towns thereof
2 Hamlets, nnn chavroth.
N uim.2 41 went and took the small towns thereof
Josh . lo the towns of Jair. which (are) in Bashan
i Ki 413 to him (pertained) the towns of Jair the
i Ch. 2. 23 took Geshur, and Aram, with the towns
3. Court, village, in chatser.
Gen. 25. 16 their names, by their towns, and by their
4. A city, (place of stir), Ty ir.
Deut. 3 5 cities., besides nnwalled towns a great ma.
i Sa 16. 4 the elders of the town trembled at his co.
23. 7 by entering into a town that hath gates
27. 5 let them give me a place in some town in
Esth. 9. 19 Jews.. that dwelt in the nnwalled towns
Jer 19. 15 bring upon this city and u,xm all her to.
Hab. 2. 12 Woe to him that bnildtith a town witn
TOWN 997 TRANSGRESSION
5.A city (with walls), vp qir.
Josh. 2. 15 her house (was) upon the town wall, and
6. Open villages, nii"j9 perc&oth.
Zech. 2. 4 shall be inhabited (as) towns without wa.
7. A town (without walls), KW/UIJ kiime.
Matt 10. ii into whatsoever city or town ye shall en.
.Mark 8. 23 by the hand, and led him out of the town
8. 26 Neither go into . . town, nor tell .. in the to.
8. 27 Jesus wont, .into the towns of Cesarea P.
Luke 5. 17 which were come out of every town of G.
9. 6 went through the towns, preaching the
9. 12 they may go into the towns and country
John 7. 42 out of the town of Bethlehem, where Da.
n. i Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister
ii. 30 Jesus was not yet come into the town, but
%.A Sitirdl town or village, jcoi/tOTroAis koinopolis.
Mark i. 38 Let us go into the next towns, that I may
TOWN clerk
A writer, scribe, clerk, ypa/j./j.aTevs grammateus.
Acts 19. 35 when the town clerk had appeased the p.
TRA-CHO-NI -TIS, Tpax<avtr^.
A small rocky part of the tetrarchy of Philip, on the E.
of the Jordan, having the Arabian desert on the E. and
Auranitis and Gaulonitis on the S.W., and extending
from the territory of Damascus on the N. to near Bostra
on the S.; now called Lejah, anciently Argob, and is
nearly in the centre of ancient Bashan.
Luke 3. i Philip tetrarch. .of the region of T., and
TRADE, (is about, is to feed)
1. To be men of, TJX rrr [hayaK],
Gen 46. 32 for their trade hath been to feed cattle
46. 34 Thy servants trade hath been about cat.
2. To give, fri} nathan.
Eze. 27. 12 w^th silver., and lead, they traded in thy
27. 13 they traded the persons of men and ves.
27. 14 They of the house of Togarmah traded in
27. 17 they traded in thy market wheat of Min.
3. To go about, trade, nnp sachar.
Gen. 34. 10 dwell and trade ye therein, and get you
34. 21 let them dwell in the land, and trade th.
4. To work, toil, labour, fpydofj.ai ergazomai.
Matt25. 16 went and traded with the same, and made
Rev. 1 8. 17 as many as trade by sea, stood afar off
TRADITION
A giving over, handing down,irapd,8offisparadosis-
Mattis. 2 Why do thy disciples transgress the trad-
15. 3 Why do ye also transgress . . by your trad.
15. 6 commandment. . of none effect by your tr.
Mark 7. 3 eat not, holding the tradition of the elders
7. 5 according to the tradition of the elders
7. 8 ye hold the tradition of men, (as) the wa.
7. 9 reject, .that ye may keep your own tradi.
7. 13 of none effect through your tradition, wh.
Gal. 1.14 more exceedingly zealous of the traditions
Col. 2. 8 after the tradition of men, after the rudi.
2 Th. 2. 15 hold the traditions which ye have been
3. 6 not after the tradition which he received
TRAITOR
One who (fives over, forth, or up, irpoSArys prodotes.
Luke 6. 16 and Judas Iscariot, which also was thetr.
2 Ti. 3. 4 Traitors . . high minded, lovers of pleasures
TRAFFIC, trafficker, (to)
l.A pedlar, hawker, a Canaanite, jyjs kenaan
Isa. 23. 8 whose traffickers (are) the honourable of
Eze. 17. 4 cropped off ..and carried it into a land of t.
2. Traffic, intpp minchar.
i Ki. 10. 15 of the merchantmen, and of the traffic
3. To go about, trade, inly sachar.
Gen. 42. 34 deliveryou.. and yeshall traffic inthe land
4. .Merchandise, traffic, nV:n rekullah.
Eze. 28. 5 By thy great wisdom . . by thy traffic hast
28. 18 hast defiled.. by the iniquity of thy traffic
TRAIN
1. Force, S;n chayil.
i Ki. 10. 2 came to Jerusalem with a very great train
I.IIem, skirt, train, ^y shul.
Iga. 6. i the LORD sitting., and his train filled the
TRAIN up, trained, to
1. Trained, instructed, yin chanik.
Gen. 14. 14 when Abram heard., he armed his trained
2. To train, dedicate, give instruction, ^jn chanak.
Pro v 22. 6 Train up a child in the way he should go
TRAMPLE (under foot), to
1. To tread or trample down, DDT ramas.
Psa. gr. 13 the dragon shaltthou trample under feet
Isa. 63. 3 I will., trample them in my fury; and their
2. To tread or trample down, KaTairaTfukatapatef,.
Matt 7. 6 lest they trample them under their feet
TRANCE
.Ecstasy, trance, a standing out, eK<rra<m ekstasis.
Acts 10. 10 while they made ready, he fell into atra.
ii. 5 in a trance I saw a vision, A certain vessel
!2. 17 I prayed in the temple, I was in a trance
TRANaTTTLLITY
Rest, tase, security, n-^-y shelevah.
Dan. 4. 27 may be a lengthening of thy tranquillity I
TRANSFER in a figure, to -
To transfer in a /!</Mre,^,eTao-x ?MaT Ca inelaschema.
1 Co. 4. 6 I have in a figure transferred to myself
TRANSFIGURED, to be
Tobe transformed, fnrmpop$4optu inetamorphoom.
Matti7. 2 W!ls transfigured before them ; and his face
Mark 9. 2 taketh.. and he was transfigured before them
TRANSFORM self, be transformed, to
1. To be transformed, /j.trafj.op<(>6o/j.ai metamorphoo.
Horn 12. 2 be ye transformed by the renewing of yo.
2. To transfer in afigure, f^fraffxrifJ-ari^ta metasclit.
2 Co. ii. 13 transforming themselves into the apostles
ii. 14 Satan himself is transformed into an angel
ii. 15 if his ministers also be transformed as
TRANSGRESS (the law), to
\.To deal treacherously, deceive, ijj bagad.
i Sa. 14. 33 Ye have transgressed : roll a great stone
Psa. 25. 3 let them be ashamed which transgress wi.
Hab. 2. 5 he transgresseth by wine, (he is) a proud
2. To trespass, SyD maul.
1 Ch. 2. 7 Achar.. transgressed in the thing accursed
5. 25 they transgressed against the God of their
2 Ch.i2. 2 because they had transgressed against the
26. 1 6 for he transgressed against the LORD his
28. 19 made Judah naked, and transgressed sore
36. 14 people transgressed very much after all
Ezra 10. 10 Ye have transgressed, and have taken st.
> eh. i. 8 (If) ye transgress, I will scatter youabro.
13. 27 transgress against our God in marrying
Provi6. 10 his mouth transgresseth not in judgment
3. To pass over, ~>3y abar [V.L. njj; abad].
Jer. 2. 20 and thou saidst, I will not transgress
4. To pass over, 13^ abar.
Numi4. 41 Wherefore now do ye transgress the com.
Deut26. 13 have not transgressed thy commandments
Josh. 7. ii they have also transgressed my covenant
7. 15 because he hath transgressed the covenant
23. 16 When ye have transgressed the covenant
Judg. 2. 20 this people hath transgressed my coven.
1 Sa. 15. 24 I have transgressed the commandment of
2 Ki. 1 8. 12 transgressed his covenant, (and) all that
2 Ch.24. 20 Why transgress ye the commandments of
Esth. 3. 3 Why transgressest thou the king s comm.
Psa. 17. 3 purposed (that) my mouth shall nottran.
Isa. 24. 5 they have transgressed the laws, changed
Jer. 34. 18 I will give the men that have transgressed
Dan. 9. ii all Israel have transgressed thy law, even
Hos. 6. 7 they, like men, have transgressed the co.
8. i because they have transgressed my cove.
5. To step over, transgress, rebel, revolt, y&$ pasha.
1 Ki. 8. 50 wherein they have transgressed against
Ezra 10. 13 we are many that have transgressed in
Prov 28. 21 for a piece of bread (that) man will trail.
Isa. 43. 27 thy teachers have transgressed against
66. 24 the men that have transgressed against
Jer. 2. 8 the pastors also transgressed against me
2. 20 ye all have transgressed against me, saith
3. 13 thou hast transgressed against the LORD
33. 8 whereby they have transgressed against
Lam. 3. 42 We have transgressed and have rebelled
Eze. 2. 3 they and their fathers have transgressed
1 8. 31 Cast away .. all .. whereby ye have transg.
20. 38 I will purge out. .them that transgress ag.
Hos. 7. 13 because they have transgressed against
Amos 4. 4 Corne to Bethel, and transgress : atGilgal
Zeph. 3. ii wherein thou hast transgressed against
6. To go beyond, transgress, trespass, irapa^aivw.
Matt 15. 2 Why do thy disciples transgress the trad.
15 3 Why do ye also transgress the command.
2 John 9 Whosoever [transgresseth], and abideth
7.A transgressor, trespasser, irapa&dTijs parabates.
Rom. 2. 27 by., circumcision dost transgress the law !
S.To come or go over, or beyond, Trapf pxo/uai parer.
Lukeij. 29 neither transgressed I atany time thy co.
9. To do lawlessness, iroif&j avo^iav poieo anomian.
i Jo. 3. 4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth
TRANSGRESS, to make to
To cause to go over, 13 ^ abar, 5.
i Sa. 2. 24 ye make the LORD S people to transgress
TRANSGRESSING, transgression, transgressor
l.To deal treacherously, deceive, 1J? bagad.
Psa. 59. 5 be not merciful to any wicked transgress.
119. 158 I beheld the transgressors, and was grie.
Prov. 2. 22 the transgressors shall be rooted out of
n. 3 the perverseness of transgressors shall d.
ii. 6 transgressors shall be taken in (their own)
13. 2 but the soul of the transgressors..violence
13. 15 but the way of transgressors (is) hard
21. 18 a ransom for the righteous, and the tran.
22. 12 he overthroweth the words of the transg.
23. 28 and increaseth the transgressors among
"2. Trespass, SK? maal.
Josh. 22. 22 or if in transgression against the LORD
i Ch. 9. i were carried away, .for their transgression
10. 13 Saul died for his transgression which he
2 Ch.2g. 19 Ahaz. .did cast away in his transgression
Ezra 9. 4 the transgression of those that had been
10. 6 he mourned because of the transgression
3. To go over, n3y abar.
Deufi?. 2 wrought wickedness.. in transgressing his
Prov 26. i* The great (God)., rewardeth transgressors
4. To step over, transgress, rebel, revolt, yy$ pasha*
Psa. 37. 38 the transgressors shall be destroyed tog.
51. 13 (Then) will I teach transgressors thy way*
Isa. i. 28 the destruction of the transgressors and
46. 8 bring (it) again to mind , O ye transgress.
48. 8 wast called a transgressor from the womb
53. 12 he was numbered with the transgressors
53. 12 and made intercession for the tranegres.
59. 13 In transgressing and lying against the L.
Dan. 8. 23 the transgressors are come to the full, a
Hos. 14. 9 but the transgressors shall fall therein
Amos 4. 4 at Gilgal multiply transgression ; andbr.
5. Transgression, rebellion, yv$ pesha.
Exod23. 21 for he will not-pardon your transgressions
34. 7 forgiving iniquity and transgression and
Lev. 16. 16 because of their transgressions in all thtir
16. 21 all their transgressions in all their sins
>~umi4. 1 8 forgiving iniquity and transgression, and
Josh 24. 19 he will not forgive your transgressions
i Sa. 24. ii (there is) neither evil nor transgression i:i
i Ki. 8. 50 all their transgressions wherein they have
Job 7. 21 why dost thou not pardon my transgress.
8. 4 he have cast them away for their transg.
13. 23 make me to know my transgression and
14. 17 My transgression (is) sealed up in a bag
31. 33 If I covered my transgressions as Adam
33. 9 I am clean without transgression, I (am)
34. 6 my wound (is) incurable without transg.
35. 6 (if) thy transgressions be multiplied, what
36. 9 their transgressions that they have exce.
Psa. 5. 10 in the multitude of their transgressions
19. 13 I shall be innocent from the great trausg.
25. 7 Remember not. .my transgressions, ace.
32. i Blessed (is he whose) transgression (is) fo.
32. 5 I will confess my transgressions unto the
36. i The transgression of the wicked saith wi.
39. 8 Deliver me from all my transgressions
51. i Have mercy upon me . . blot out my trans.
51. 3 I acknowledge my transgressions : and
59. 3 not (for) mytransgression, nor (for) my sin
65. 3 (as for) pur transgressions, thou shalt pu.
89. 32 Then will I visit their transgression with
103. 12 (so) far hath hejremoved our transgressions
107. 17 Fools, because of their transgression and
Prov 12. 13 The wicked is snared by the transgression
17. 9 He that covereth a transgression seeketh
17. 19 He loveth transgression that loveth strife
19. ii (it is) his glory to pass over a transgress.
28. 2 Forthe transgression of a land many (are)
28. 24 Whoso. .saith,(Itis)no transgression, the
29. 6 In the transgression of an evil man (then )
29. 16 When the wicked are multiplied, transg.
29. 22 a furious man aboundeth in transgression
Isa. 24. 20 transgression thereof shall be heavy upon
43. 25 he that blotteth out thy transgressions
44. 22 I have blotted out.. thy transgressions
50. i for your transgressions is your mother
53. 5 But he (was) wounded for our transgress.
53. 8 for the transgression of my people was he
57. 4 children of transgression, a seed of false.
58. i show my people their transgression, and
59. 12 our transgressions are multiplied, .our
59. 20 unto them that turn from transgression
Jer. 5. 6 because their transgressions are many
Lam. i. 5 afflicted her for the multitude of her trn.
1. 14 The yoke of my transgressions is bound
1. 22 done unto me for all my transgressions
Eze. 14. ii polluted any more with all their transgr.
1 8. 22 All his transgressions that he hath com.
18. 28 turneth away from all his transgressions
18. 30 Repent, and turn, .from all your transg.
18. 31 Cast away from you all your transgress!.
21. 24 in that your transgressions are discovered
33. 10 If our transgressions and our sins (be)
33. 12 deliver him in the day of his transgression
37. 23 nor with any of their transgressions, but
39. 24 according to their transgressions, have I
V Dan. 8. 12 the daily (sacrifice) by reason of transgr.
8. 13 transgression of desolation, to give both
9. 24 finish the transgression, and to make an
Amos i. 3, 6, 9, ii, 15
For three transgressions, .and
2. i, 4, 6 For three transgressions, .and forfo.
3. 14 day that I shall visit the transgressions
5. 12 For I know your manifold transgressions
Mic i. 5 For the transgression. .What (is) the tra.
1. 13 for the transgressions of Israel were found
3. 8 to declare unto Jacob his transgression
6. 7 shall I give my first born (for) my transg.
7. 18 passeth by the transgression of the remn.
6. Lawless, &vofi.os anomos.
Markis. 28 he was numbered with the transgressors
Luke22. 37 he was reckoned among the transgressors
7. Transgression, trespass, irapdpaaris jiarabasis.
Rom. 4. 15 for where io law is. .no transgression
5. 14 after the similitude of Adam s transgres.
Gal. 3. 19 It was added because of transgressions
i Ti. 2. 14 woman being deceived was inthe trausg.
Heb. 2. 2 every transgression and disobedience rec.
9. 15 for the redemption of the transgressions
8. Transgressor, trespass, irapafidr-ris parabates.
Gal. 2. 18 if I build again . . I make myself a transg.
Jas. 2. 9 are convinced of the law as transgressors
2. ii thou art become a transgressor of the law
TRANSGRESSION of the law, to fall by
\.Lawlcssness, avofiia anomia.
i Jo. 3. 4 for sin is the transgression of the law
TRANSLATE 998 TREASURE
2. To transgress, trespass, ira.pa.&a.iv<a parabaino.
Acts i. 25 from which Judas by transgression fell
TRANSLATE, translation, to
1. To cause to IMSS orer, njy abar, 5.
2 Sa. 3. 10 To translate the kingdom from the house
<L.A putting over, translation, /ifrafJeerts metathesis.
Heb. ij. 5 before his translation he had this test im.
3. To put over, translate, /j.fOiffTn/J.i methistemi.
Col. 1. 13 translated (us) into the kingdom of his
4. To transpose, translate, fiCTariOinjn inetatithemi.
Heb. ii. 5 Enoch was translated. .God had transla.
TRANSPARENT
Appearing through, transparent, StaQavris diaph.
Rev. 21. 21 (was) pure gold, as it wereltransparentj
TRAP
1 . Snare, trpio moqesh.
Josh.23. 13 they shall be snares and traps unto you
Psa. 69. 22 for (their) welfare, (let it become) a trap
I.Trap, rr\3ho malkodeth.
Job 18. ID The snare (is) laid for him. .and a trap
3. Corruption, destruction, trap, irnya mashchith.
Jer. 5. 26 wicked . . they set a trap, they catch men
4. Hunting, trap, snare, O^pa thera.
Rom 1 1 . 9 Let their table be made a snare, and a trap
TRAVAIL
1 . To bear, bring forth, iS; yalad.
Gen. 38. 27 it came to pass, in the time of her travail
Jer. 13. 21 sorrows take thee, as a woman in travail?
2. Labour, toil, ^py amal.
Eccl. 4. 4 I considered all travail, and every right
4. 6 than both the hands full (with) travail
Isa. 53. ii He shall see of the travail of his soul
3. Business, travail, ] .}]} inyan.
Eccl. i. 1 3 this sore travail hath God given to the
2. 23 his days (are) sorrows, and his travail gr.
2. 26 but to the sinner lie giveth travail, to ga.
3. 10 I have seen the travail which God hath
4. 8 (is) also vanity, yea, it (is) a sore travail
5. 14 But those riches perish by evil travail
4. Weariness, travail, fix
1
?? telaah.
ExodiS. 8 all the travail that had come upon them
Nuni2o. 14 Thou knowest all the travail that hath
Lam. 3. 5 and compassed (me) with gall and travail
6. Toil, labour, weariness. M<^X^OS mochthos.
1 Th. 2. 9 remember, brethren, our labour and tra.
2 Th. 3. 8 wrought with labour and travail night
7. Pain, labour, sorrow, a.5>V odin.
i Th. 5. 3 cometh. .as travail upon a woman with
TRAVAIL (in or with pain together), to
1. To travail in birth, Sjri chabal, 3.
1 sa. 7. 14 he travaileth with iniquity, and hath co.
2. To be pained, bring forth, rn, *?in chul, chil.
Isa. 23. 4 I travail not, nor bring forth children
54. i thou(that) didst not travail with child
66. 7 Before she travailed, she brought forth
66. 8 for as soon as Zion travailed, she brought
3. To be pained, Vin chul, la.
Job 15. 20 The wicked man travaileth with pain all
4. To bear, bring forth, ~iy yalad.
Gen. 35. 16 and Rachel travailed, and she had hard
38. 28 it came to pass, when she travailed, that
i Sa. 4. 19 she bowed herself and travailed ; for her
Mie. 5. 3 until the time (that) she which travaileth
5. To be in pain, wSiiu odind.
Gal. 4. 27 break forth and cry, thou that travailest
6. Tofeel pain together, travail, ain iaSivw sunodino.
Rom. 8. 22 groaneth and travaileth in pain together
TRAVAIL, (in birth), to be in
1. To bring forth, TIKTU tikto.
John 1 6. 21 A woman when she is in travail hath sor.
2. To be in pain, <L5ti/w odino.
Gal. 4. 19 of whom I travail in birth again until 0.
Rev. 12. 2 being with child cried, travailing in birth
TRAVAIL, woman in, travailing woman
I.Tobe sick, weak, nSn chalah.
Jer. 4. 31 1 have heard a voice as of a woman in tr.
1. To bear, bring forth, iS; yalad.
Psa. 48. 6 Fear took hold . . as of a woman in travail
Isa. 13. 8 be in pain as a woman that travaileth, th.
21. 3 as the pangs of a woman that traviileth
42. 14 will I cry like a travailing woman; I will
Jer. 6. 24 hath taken hold . . as of a woman in travail
22. 23 upon thee, the pain as of a woman in tra.
30. 6 see whether a man doth travail with ch.?
30. 6 hands on his loins, as a woman in travail
31. 8 and her that travaileth with child together
49. 24 sorrows have taken her as of a woman in t.
50. 43 (and) pangs as of a woman in travail
Hos. 13. 13 sorrows of a travailuig woman shall come
Mic. 4. 9 pangs have taken thee as a woman in tr.
4. 10 Be in pain, .like a woman in travail, for
TRAVEL, companions in
Fellow absentee,or traveller, crvvfKSrjfj.ossunekdemos.
Acts 19. 29 having caught .. Paul s companions in tr.
TRAVEL (with, into a far country) to
I. To go on, walk, ?fcn halak, 3.
Prov. 6. ii So shall thy poverty come as one that tr.
2. To go up and doivn, 7|?rr Jialak, 7.
Prov 24. 34 So shall, .poverty come (as) one that tra.
3. To be from home, absent, airoSr^cw upodemeo.
Matt 25. 14 For. .as a man travelling into a far coun.
4. To come or go through, Stcpxo/ucu dierchomai.
Acts ii. 19 travelled as far as Phenice, and Cyprus
5. Fellow absentee or traveller, (nW/cSrj^os sunek.
2 Co. 8. 19 chosen of the churches to travel with us
TRAVELLER, travelling (company)
1.7 o travel, go on one s way, rnx arach.
Isa. 21. 13 O ye travelling companies of Dedanim
2. Traveller, wayfarer, rnt< orach.
Job 31. 32 (but) I opened my doors to the traveller
3. To go on the path, n^ nj TjVn Jialak nethibah.
Juilg. 5. 6 the travellers walked through by ways
-1. A traveller, one going on, Tj^rt helek.
2 Sa. 12. 4 there came a traveller unto the rich man
i>.To wander, lay down, nyy tsaah.
Isa. 63. i travelling in the greatness of his strength
TRAVERSING
To traverse, wound about, Tp^ sarak, 3.
Jer. 2. 23 a swift dromedary traversing her ways
TREACHEROUS (dealer, man)
1. To deal treacherously, deceive, 113 bagad.
Isa. 21. 2 the treacherous dealer dealeth treachero.
24. 16 the treacherous dealers . .the treacherous
Jer. 3. 8 yet her treacherous sister Judah feared
3. ii justified herself more than treacherous J.
9. 2 adulterers, an assembly of treacherous m.
2. Treacheries, niip bogedoth.
Zeph. 3. 4 Herprophets (are) light., treacherous pe.
3. Treacherous, iup bagod.
Jer. 3. 7 And her treacherous sister Judah saw (it)
3. 10 yet for all this her treacherous sister Ju.
TREACHEROUSLY, to deal or depart
To deal treacherously, deceive, 133 bagad.
Judg. 9. 23 the men of Shechem dealt treacherously
Isa. 21. 2 dealer dealeth treacherously, and the sp.
24. 1 6 dealt treacherously, .dealt very treacher.
33. i dealesttreacherously.andtheydealtnott.
33 i shalt make an end to deal treacherously
33. i they shall deal treacherously with thee
48. 8 knew that thou wouldest deal very treac.
Jer. 3. 20 Surely (as) a wife treacherously departeth
3. 20 so have ye dealt treacherously with me
5. ii have dealt very treacherously against me
12. i are all they happy that deal very treache.
12. 6 even they have dealt treacherously with
Lam. i. 2 all her friends have dealt treacherously
Hos. 5. 7 They have dealt treacherously against the
6. 7 there have they dealt treacherously agai.
Hab. 1. 13 lookest. .upon them that deal treachero.
Mai. 2. 10 why do we deal treacherously every man
2. ii Judah hath dealt treacherously, and an
2. 14 against whom thou hast dealt treachero.
2. 15 let none deal treacherously against the
2. 16 take heed, .that ye deal not treacherously
TREACHERY
Deceit, ""JHP minnah.
2 Ki. 9. 23 Joram..said to Ahaziah..treachery, .. Aha.
TREAD (down, out, under, upon), to
I. To tread down, oia bus.
Psa. 44. 5 through thy name will we tread them un.
60. 12 he (it is that) shall tread down our enem.
108. 13 he (it is that) shall tread down our enem.
Isa. 14. 25 upon my mountains tread him under foot
63. 6 I will tread down the people in mine an.
Zech 10. 5 which tread down (their enemies) in the
3. To tread down, D13 bus, oa.
Isa. 63. 18 our adversaries have trodden down thys.
Jer. 12. 10 they have trodden my portion under foot
4. To tread on, 093 bash as, 3a.
Amos 5. ii Forasmuch therefore as your treading (is)
5.To tread down, thresh, vn dush.
Hos. 10. ii And Ephraim. .loveth to tread out (the
Dan. 7. 23 and shall tread it down, and break it in
6.7V> tread, thresh, e>! dish.
Deutas. 4 not muzzle the ox when he treadeth out
7. To tread on, proceed, TVI darak.
Deut. i . 36 give the land that he hath trodden upon
ii. 24 Every place whereon . .your feet shall tre.
ii. 25 upon all the land that ye shall tread upon
33. 29 and thou shalt tread upon their high pla.
Josh, i . 3 Every place . . your foot shall tread upon
14. 9 the land whereon thy feet have trodden
Judg 5. 21 O my soul, thou hast trodden down stre.
9. 27 trode (the grapes), and made merry, and
20. 43 trode them down with ease over against
i Sa. 5. 5 tread on the threshhold of Dagon in Ash.
Job 9. 8 and treadeth upon the waves of the sea
22. 15 the old way which wicked men have trod.
24. ii tread (their) wine presses, and suffer tlii.
Paa. 91. 13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder
Isa. 16. 10 treaders shall tread out no wine in (their)
63. 2 garments like him that treadeth in the wi.
63. 3 I have trodden . . I will tread them in mi.
Jer. 25. 30 he shall give a shout, as they that tread
48. 33 none shall tread with shouting; (their) sh.
Lam. i. 15 hath trodden the virgin, the daughter of
Amos 4.13 treadeth upon the high places of the earth
Mic. i. 3 and tread upon the high places of the ea.
5. 5 when he shall tread in our palaces, then
5. 6 and when he treadeth within our borders
6. 15 thou shalt tread the olives, but thou shalt
8.To cause to tread on or proceed, "H~n darak, 5.
Judg 20. 43 trode them down with ease over against
Job 28. 8 The lion s whelps have not trodden it, nor
9. To tread on, ^in hadak.
Job 40. 12 and tread down the wicked in their place
lO.To tread down, nSp salah.
Psa. 1 1 9. 118 Thou hast trodden down all them that
11. To tread down, opj; asas.
Mai. 4. 3 ye shall tread down the wicked ; for they
12. To tread, trample down, Dn ramas.
2 Ki. 7. 17, 20 the people trode upon him in the gate
9. 33 threw her down, .and he trode her under
14. 9 passed by a wild beast, .and trode down
2 Ch.25. 18 passed by a wild beast, .and trode down
Psa. 7. 5 let him tread down my life upon the earth
Isa. i. 12 required this at your hand, to tread my
26. 6 The foot shall tread it down, (even) the
41. 25 (upon) mortar, and as the potter treadeth
Eze. 26. ii With the hoofs, .shall he tread down all
34. 18 but ye must tread down with your feet
Mic. 5. 8 who, if he go through, both treadeth do.
Nah. 3. 14 tread the mortar, make strong the brick
13.To make a treading, DD~IO nit? sum mirmas.
Isa. 10. 6 to tread them down like the mire of the
14. To tread or trample dov-n, Karatrartta kntapatei
Lukri.-. i insomuch that they trode 8. 5. Mt 5. 13
15. 7*0 tread, trample, irarfca pated.
Lukeio. 19 I give unto you powerto tread on serpents
Rev. 19. 15 he treadeth the wine press of the fierceness
TREAD out the corn, under foot, to
l.To tread down or out, n^p salah, 3.
Lam. i. 15 LORD hath trodden underfootallmymigh.
2. To tread dmmi or out, a\ndu> oloao.
i Co. 9. 9 muzale . . the ox that treadeth out the corn
i Ti. 5. 18 not muzzle the ox that treadeth out the c.
3. To tread or trample down, Karairarfca katapateo.
Heb. 10. 29 who hath trodden under foot the Son of G.
4. To tread, trample, irartca pateii.
Rev. ii. 2 the holy city shall they tread under foot
TREADER, treading (down)
1 . To tread on, proceed, go on the way, T!? darak.
Xeh. 13. 15 treading wine presses on the sabbath, and
Isa. 16. 10 the treaders shall tread out no wine in
Amos 9. 13 the treader of grapes him that soweth se.
1. Treading down, npup mebusah.
Isa. 22. 5 a day of trouble, and of treading down
3.^4 treading, D!J-)0 mirmas.
Isa. 7. 25 it shall be. .for the treading of lesser cat.
TREASON
A bond, conspiracy, ispj2 qesher.
1 Ki.i6. 20 the rest of the acts of Zimri, and his tre.
2 Ki. 1 1. 14 rent her clothes, and cried, Treason, treas.
2 Ch.23- 13 rent herclothes,audsaid,Treason, treason
TREASURE, (hid)
I.A treasure, thing laid up, "lyiN otsar.
Deut. 28. 12 LORD shall open unto thee his good trea.
32. 34 (Is) not this, .sealed up among my treas.
1 Ki. 7. 51 did he put among the treasures of the ho.
14. 26 he took away the treasures of the house
14. 26 and the treasures of the king s house, he
15. 18 (that were) left in the treasures of the ho.
15. 18 and the treasures of the king s house, and
2 Ki. i2. 1 8 the gold (that was) found in the treasures
14. 14 in the treasures of the king s house, and
16. 8 gold (that was) found . . in the treasures of
18. 15 found, .in the treasurespf the king s hou.
20. 13 and all that was found in his treasures
20. 15 there is nothing among my treasures that
24. 1 3 he carried out thence all the treasures of
24. 13 and the treasures of the king s house, and
1 Ch.26. 20 Ahijah (was) over the treasures of the ho.
26. 20 and over the treasures of the dedicated
?6. 22 (which were) over the treasures of the ho.
26. 24 the son of Moses, (was) ruler of the treas.
26. 26 over all the treasures of the dedicated th.
27. 25 over the king s treasures (was) Azmaveth
29. 8 gave .(then)) to the treasure of the house
2 Ch. 5. i put lie among the treasures of the house
8. 15 concerning any matter, or concerning, .t.
12. 9 took away the treasures of the house of
12. 9 and the treasures of the king s house; he
1 6. 2 out of the treasures of the house of the L.
25. 24 thetreasuresoftheking shouse.thehosta.
36. 1 8 the treasures of the house of the LORD, and
36. 18 the treasures of the king, and of his pri.
Ezra 2. 69 gave after their ability unto the treasure
Neh. 7. 70 The Tirshatha gave to the treasure a th.
7. 71 gave to the treasure of the work twenty
Neh. 10. 38 to the chambers, into the treasure house
12. 44 appointed over the chambers for the treas.
TREASURE 999 TREES
Job 38. 22 Hast thou entered into the treasures of the
3 8 "> or hast thou seen the treasures of the hail
Prov. 3. 21 substance ; and I will fill their treasures
10. 2 Treasures of wickedness profit nothing
15. 16 than great treasure, and trouble therewith
21. 6 The getting of treasures by a lying tongue
21 20 (There is) treasure to be desired and oil
Isa 2. 7 neither (is there any) end of their treasu.
30. 6 their treasures upon the bunches of cam.
^ 6 the fear of the LORD (is) his treasure
39. 2 and all that was found in his treasures
w 4 there is nothing among my treasures that
4= 3 I will give thee the treasures of darkness
Jer 10 13 bringeth forth the wind out of his treasu.
s! 7 trusted in thy works and in thy treasures
49! 4 thattrustedinhertreasures,(saying),Who
50. 37 a sword (is) upon her treasures; and they
51. 13 O thou. .abundant in treasures, thine end
S i. 16 bringeth forth the wind out of his treasu.
Eze. 28. 4 gotten gold and silver into thy treasures
Dan. i. 2 brought the vessels into the treasure ho.
Hps. 13. 15 he shall spoil the treasure of all pleasant
Mic. 6. 10 Are there yet the treasures of wickedness
2. Treasures, J ua ginzin.
Ezra 5. 17 let there be search made in the king s tr.
6. i the house of the rolls, where the treasures
7. 20 bestow (it) out of the king s treasure ho.
3. Strength, riches, ;pn chosen.
Prov 15. 6 In the house of the righteous (is) much tr.
Eze. 22. 25 they have taken the treasure and precious
4. Hidden or secret thing, Jicpi? matmon.
Gen. 43. 23 God . . hath given you treasure in your sa.
Job 3.21 and dig for it more than for hid treasures
Prov. 2. 4 and searchest for her as (for) hid treasur
Jer. 41. 8 we have treasures in the field, of wheat
5. Treasures, Q jr?p mikmannim.
Dan. 1 1. 43 he shall have power over the treasures of
6. Treasures, stores, ni:gpp miskenoth.
Exod. i. n And they built for Pharaoh treasure cit.
7.Ready, prepared, uny athud [V.L. my].
Isa. 10. 13 I . .have robbed their treasures, and I ha.
8. To cover, }$y saphan.
Deut33. 19 they shall suck . .treasures hidin the sand
9. Treasury, treasure, 0T7<raup<s thesauros.
Matt. 2. 1 1 when they had opened their treasures, th.
6. 19 Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon
6. 20 lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven
6. 21 where your treasure is, there will your he.
12. 35 A good man, out of the good treasure of
12. 35 an evil man, out of the evil treasure, bri.
13. 44 the kingdom of heaven is like unto treas.
13. 52 which bringeth forth out of his treasure
19. 21 thou shalt have treasure in heaven ; and
Markio. 21 thou shalt have treasure iu heaven, and
Luke 6. 45 A good man out of the good treasure of
6. 45 [an evil man out of the evil treasure of his]
12. 33 a treasure in the heavens that faileth not
12. 34 where your treasure is, there will your he.
18. 22 and thou shalt have treasure in heaven
2 Co. 4. 7 we have this treasure in earthen vessels
Col. 2. 3 In whom are hid all the treasures of wis.
Heb. ii. 26 greater riches than the treasures in Egy
IQ.Treasure, (from the Persian), ydfa gaza.
Acts 8. 27 who had the charge of all her treasure
TREASURE (lay up, heap together, be treasured), to
\.To be treasured up, "IXN atsar, 2.
Isa. 23. 18 it shall not be treasured nor laid up, for
2. To treasure
up,^ 6j](ra.vpia} thesaurizo.
Luke 12.21 So (is) he that layeth up treasure for him.
Rom. 2. 5 treasurest up unto thyself wrath against
Jas. 5. 3 Ye have heaped treasure together for the
TREASTTRER (to make)
\.To treasure up, ISN atsar.
ITeh. 13. 13 And I made treasurers over the treasuries
^.Treasures, p?:n3 gedaberin.
Dan. 3. 2, 3 the treasurers, the counsellors, the she.
3. Treasurer, t?]? gizbar.
Ezra i. 8 by the hand of Mithredath the treasurer
7. 21 do make a decree to all the treasurers
4. To profit, be useful, \y) sakan.
Isa. 22. 15 Go, get thee unto this treasurer, .unto S.
TREASURY
1. Treasure, treasury, lyix otsar.
Josh. 6. 19 they shall come into the treasury of the L.
6. 24 they put into the treasury of the house of
1 Ch. 9. 26 over the chambers and treasuries of the
28. 12 of the treasuries of the house of God, and
28. 12 of the treasuries of the dedicated things
2 Ch.32. 27 he made himself treasuries for silver, and
Neh. 13. 12 the new wine, and the oil, unto the trea.
13. 13 I made treasurers over the treasuries, S.
Psa.iss. 7 he bringeth the wind out of his treasuries
Jer. 38. ii the house of the king under the treasury
2. Treasuries, DMJJ genazim.
Esth. 3. 9 silver, .to bring (it) into the kinpr s treas.
4. 7 had promised to pay to the king s treasu.
3. Treasury, ^3 ganzak.
z Ch.aS. ii the pattern., of the treasuries thereof, and
4. Treasury, ya^ofyvKaKtov gazophulakion.
Marki2. 41 over against the treasury, .into the trea.
12. 43 than all they which have cast into the tr.
Luke2i. i saw. .rich men casting, .gifts into the tre.
John 8. 20 These words spake Jesus in the treasury
S.Place of offerings, Kop&avar korbanas, Heb. jyijj.
Matt. 27. 6 not lawful for to put them into the treas.
TREATISE
A word, discourse, \6yos logos.
Acts i. i The former treatise have I made, OTheo.
TREE
1. Trees, mighty ones, D S N elim.
Isa. 61. 3 that they might be called trees of righte.
Eze. 31. 14 neither their trees stand up in their height
2.A tree, jV K Han.
Dan. 4. 10 behold a tree in the midst of the earth, and
4. 1 1 tree grew, and was strong, and the height
4. 14 Hew down the tree, and cut off his branc.
4. 20 tree that thou sawest, which grew, and
4. 23 Hew the tree down, and destroy it ; yet
4. 26 commanded to leave the stump of the tr.
3. A tamarisk, grove, ?^x eshel.
1 Sa. 22. 6 now Saul abode in Gibeah under a tree in
31.13 buried (them) under a tree in Jabesh, and
4.A tree, wood, timber, stick, fy ets.
Gen. i. ii the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind
1. 12 tree yielding fruit, whose seed (was) in it.
1. 29 tree, in the which (is) the fruit of a tree
2. 9 to grow every tree, .the tree of life also
2. 9 and the tree of knowledge of good and evil
2. 16 Of every tree of the garden thou mayest
2. 17 But of the tree of the knowledge of good
3. i Ye shall not eat of every tree of the gard.
3. 2 We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the
3. 3 But of the fruit of the tree which (is) in the
3. 6 saw that the tree (was) . . a tree to be des.
3. 8 hid themselves, .amongst the trees of the
3. ii Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I co.
3.12 woman . . gave me of the tree, and I did eat
3. 17 hast eaten of the tree, of which I comma.
3. 22 take also of the tree of life, and eat, and
3. 24 every way, to keep the way of the tree of
18. 4 I pray you. .rest yourselves under the tr.
1 8. 8 stood by them under the tree, and they
23. 17 and all the trees that (were) in the field
40. 19 shall hang thee on a tree; and the birds
Exocl. 9. 25 And the hail, .brake every tree of the field
10. 5 shall eat every tree which groweth for you
10. : 5 they did eat . . all the fruit of the trees wh.
10. 15 remained not any green thing in the trees
15. 25 showed him a tree, (which) when he had
Lev. 19. 23 shall have planted all manner of trees for
23. 40 boughs of goodly trees. . boughs of thick tr.
26. 4 the trees of the field shall yield their fru.
26. 20 neither shall the trees of the laud yield
27. 30 all the tithe, .of the fruit of the tree, (is)
Deut.i2. 2 upon the hills, and under every green tr.
16. 21 shalt not plant thee a grove of any trees
19. 3 fetcheth a stroke . . to cut down the tree
20. 19 not destroy the trees, .for the tree of the
20. 20 trees which, .(be)not trees for meat, thou
21. 22 put to death, and thou hang him on a tree
21. 23 shall not remain all night upon the tree
22. 6 to be before thee in the way in any tree
28. 42 All thy trees and fruit of thy land shall
Josh. 8. 29 king of Ai he hanged on a tree until even.
8. 29 should take his carcase down from the tree
10. 26 trees: and they, .hanging upon the trees
10. 27 they took them down off the trees, and
Judg. 9. 8 The trees went forth (on a time) to anoint
9. 10 trees said to the fig tree, Come thou, (and)
9. ii and go to be promoted over the trees?
9. 12 Then said the trees unto the vine, Come
9. 14 Then said a!l the trees unto the bramble
9. 15 bramble said unto the trees, If in truth ye
9. 48 cut down a bough from the trees, and to.
2 Sa. 5. n and cedar trees, and carpenters, and ma.
1 Ki. 4. 33 spake of trees . . spake also of beasts, and
5. 10 gave Solomon cedar trees and fir trees, (ac.)
6. 23 two cherubim (of) olive tree, (each) ten cu.
6. 31 he made doors (of) olive tree: the lintel
6. 32 The two doors also (were of) olive tree
6. 33 the door of the temple posts (of) olive tr.
6. 34 two doors (were of) fir tree: the two leaves
9. ii furnished, .with cedar trees and fir trees
10. ii brought. . great plenty of almug trees, and
10. 12 king made of the almug trees pillars for
ID. 12 there came no such almug trees, nor were
14. 23 every high hill, and under every green tr.
2 Ki. 3. 19 shall fell every good tree, and stop all we.
3. 25 felled all the good trees: only in Kir-har.
16. 4 on the hills, and under every green tree
17. 10 set them up images.. under every green t.
1 Ch.i6. 33 Then shall the trees of the wood sing out
22. 4 Also cedar trees in abundance : for the Z.
2 Ch. 2. 8 Send me also cedar trees . . out of Lebanon
3. s the greater house he ceiled with fir tree
9. 10 brought algum trees and precious stones
9. ii the king made (of) the algum trees terra.
28. 4 on the hills, and under every green tree
Ezra 3. 7 to bring cedar trees from Lebanon to the
Neh. 8. 15 branches of thick trees, to make booths
9. 25 olive yards, and fruit trees in abundance
10. 35 the first fruits of all fruit of all trees, ye.
10. 37 the fruit of all manner of trees, of wine
Esth. 2. 23 they were both hanged on a tree : and it
Job 14. 7 there is hope of a tpee, if it be cut down.
Job 19. 10 and mine hope hath he removed like atr.
24. 20 and wickedness shall be broken as a tree
Psa. i. 3 he shall be like a tree planted by the riv.
74. 5 he had lifted up axes upon the thick trees
96. 12 then shall all the trees of the wood rejo.
104. 16 The trees of the LORD are full (of sap); the
105. 33 smote their vines, .and brake the trees of
148. 9 and all hills; fruitful trees, and all cedars
Prov. 3. 18 She (is) a tree of life to them that lay ho.
ii. 30 The fruit of the righteous (is) a tree of Ii.
13. 12 but. .the desire cometh, (it is) a tree of Ii.
15. 4 A wholesome tongue(is) a tree of life: but
Eccl. 2. 5 I planted trees in them of all (kinds of) fr.
2. 6 water, .the wood that bringeth forth tre.
ii. 3 if the tree fall toward the south, or tow.
ii. 3 in the place where the tree faileth, there
Song 2. 3 As the apple, .among the trees of the wo.
4. 14 cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense
Isa. 7. 2 as the trees of the wood are moved with
10. 19 the rest of the trees of his forest shall be
40. 20 He that (is) so . . chooseth a tree (that) will
41. 19 I will plant, .the myrtle, and the oil tree
44. 14 for himself among the trees of the forest
44. 19 shall I fall down to the stock of a tree?
44. 23 break forth. .O forest, and every tree th.
55. 12 the trees of the field shall clap (their) ha.
56. 3 neither, .say, Behold, I (am) a dry tree
57. 5 Enflaming yourselves . . underevery . . tree
65. 22 as the days of a tree (are) the days of my
Jer. 2. 20 under every green tree thou wanderest
3. 6 she is gone up. .under every green tree
3. 13 ways to the strangers under every green t.
7. 20 upon the trees of the field, and upon the
10. 3 (one) cutteth a tree out of the forest the
11. 19 Let us destroy the tree with the fruit th.
17. 2 their groves by the green trees upon the
17. 8 he shall be as a tree plantedlby the waters
Eze. 6. 13 under every green tree, and under every
15. 2 What is the vine tree more than any tree
15. 2 a branch which is among the trees of the
15. 6 As the vine tree among the trees of the
17. 24 the trees of the field shall knowjhat I the
17. 24 the high tree, have exalted the low tree
17. 24 dried up the green tree, .made the dry tr.
20. 28 every high hill, and all the thick trees
20. 47 devour every green tree . . and every dry t.
21. 10 contemneth the rod of my son, (as) every t.
31. 4 sent out her little rivers unto all the tre.
31. 5 was exalted above all the trees of the fle.
31. 8 nor any tree in the garden of God was like
31. 9 the trees of Eden, that (were) in the gar.
31. 14 To the end that none of all the trees by
31. 15 all the trees of the field fainted for him
31. 16 the trees of Eden, the choice and best of
31. 18 and in greatness among the trees of Eden
31. 18 be brought down with the trees of Eden
34. 27 the tree of the field shall yield her fruit
36. 30 I will multiply the fruit of the tree, and
47. 7 many trees on the one side and on the ot.
47. 12 shall grow all trees for meat, whose leaf
Joel 1. 12 (even) all the trees of the field, are with.
1. 19 the flame hath burnt all the trees of the
2. 22 Be not afraid . .for the tree bearethher fr.
Hag. 2. 19 and the olive tree, hath not brought forth.
5. A tree, nyy etsah.
Jer. 6. 6 Hew ye down trees, and cast a mount ag.
Q.A tree, Sevtipov dendron.
Matt. 3. 10 laid unto the root of the trees . . every tree
7. 17 good tree, .good fruit; but a corrupt tree
7. 18 Agoodtreecannot..neither(can)acorr. t.
7. 19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good
12. 33 make the tree, .makefile-tree, .forthetree
13. 22 it is the greatest, .and becomethatree, so
21. 8 others cut down branches from the trees
Mark 8. 24 looked up, and said, I see men as trees
n. 8 others cut down branches off [the trees]
Luke 3. 9 unto the root of the trees: every tree th.
6. 43 a good tree, .neither doth a corrupt tree
6. 44 every tree is known by his own fruit. For
13. 19 it grew, and waxed a great tree; and the
21. 29 he spake . .Behold the fig. .and all the tr.
Jude 12 trees whose fruit withereth, without fr.
Rev. 7. i that the wind should not blow . . on any tr.
7. 3 Hurt not the earth, neither, .the trees
8. 7 the third part of trees was burnt up, and
9. 4 neither any green thing, neither any tree
7. Wood, timber, tree, v\ov xulon.
Luke23. 31 if they do these things in a green tree, wh.
Acts 5. 30 Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on atree
10. 39 whom they slew and hanged on a tree
13. 29 they took (him) down from the tree, and
Gal. 3. 13 Cursed (is) every one that hangeth on atr.
i Pe. 2. 24 Who his own self bare our sins . . on the tr.
Rev. 2. 7 will I give to eat of the tree of life, which
22. 2 In the midst, .(was there) the tree of life
22. 2 the leaves of the tree (were) for the heal.
22. 14 that they may have right to the tree of
See also Almond, apple, bay, box, cedar, chestnut, figs,
fir, juniper, mulberry, myrtle, olive, palm, pine, pome
granate, shittah, sycamore, vine, willow.
TREES (of lign aloes), shady
\.Alloes, alloe trees, Q"
1
? ahalim.
Nuni24. 6 as the trees of lign aloes, which the LORD
2. Shades, shady trees, 0:$z tseelim.
Job 40. 21 He lieth under the shady trees, in the co.
40. 22 The shady trees cover him (with) their sh.
TREMBLE 1000 TRIBE
TREMBLE, (to make to. come trembling), to
I. To tremble, move, y.n zua.
Keel, i a. 3 when the keepers of the house shall tre.
Dan. 5. 19 all people . . trembled and feared before
6. 26 that . . men tremble and fear before the
V.To be pained, "rn, Sin chul, chil.
Psa.ii4. 7 Tremble, thou earth, at the presence of
^.To pain, ^>
%
n, Sin chul, chil, 5.
Psa. 97. 4 His lightnings . . the earth saw, and tre.
Jer. 5. 22 will ye not tremble at my presence, wh.
Hab. 3. 10 The mountains saw thee. .they trembled
4. To make haste, Tjn chaphaz.
Deut 20. 3 do not tremble, neither be ye terrified
6. To tremble, trouble, Tig charad.
Gen. 27. 33 Isaac trembled very exceedingly, and said
KM ><1 i ,. 16 the people that (was) in the camp tremb.
i Sa. 13. 7 and all the people foliowed him trembling
14. 15 the spoilers, they also trembled, and the
16. 4 the elders of the town trembled at his co.
28. 5 he was afraid, and his heart greatly trem.
Job 37. i At this also my heart trembleth, and is
Isa. 32. it Tremble, ye women that are at ease ; be
Eze. 26. 16 shall tremble at (every) moment, and be
26. 1 8 Now shall the isles tremble in the day of
32. 10 they shall tremble at (every) moment, ev.
Hos. ii. 10 the children shall tremble from the west
n. ii They shall tremble as a bird out of Egypt
5. Trembling, troubling self, Tin chared,
1 Sa. 4. 13 for his heart trembled for the ark of God
Ezra 9. 4 every one that trembled at the words of
10. 3 ofthosethattrembleatthecommandment
Isa. 66. 2 poor, and of a contrite spirit, and tremb.
66. 5 Hear the word of the LORD, ye that trem.
7. To stand up, tremble, 159 samar.
Psa. 1 19. 120 My flesh trembleth for fear of thee, and
8. To slww self trembling, pVp palals, 7.
Job 9. 6 shaketh the earth . . the pillars thereof tr.
9. To be angry, troubled, to tremble, Trj ragaz.
Deut. 2. 25 shall hear report of thee, and shall trem.
Psa. 77. 18 lightnings lightened the world .. earth tr.
99. i The LORD reigneth ; let the people trem.
Isa. 5. 25 the hills did tremble, and their carcases
64. 3 the nations may tremble at thy presence
Jer. 33. 9 they shall fear and tremble for all the go.
Joel 2. i let all the inhabitants of the land tremb.
Ainos 8. 8 Shall not the land tremble for this, and
Hab. 3. 7 curtains of the land of Midian did tremb.
3. 16 When I heard, my belly trembled; my
3. 16 I trembled in myself, that I might rest
10. To cause to tremble or be angry, Tr; ragaz, 5.
Isa. 14. 16 (Is) this the man that made . .earth to tr.
II. To tremble, in ruph, 3a.
Job 26. ii The pillars of heaven tremble and areas.
12. To tremble, 1JT3 raad.
Psa. 104. 32 He.looketh on the earth, and it trembleth
13. To (cause to) tremble, IJTJ raad, 5.
Ezra 10. 9 all the people sat. .trembling because of
Dan. 10. ii had spoken this word unto me, I stood tr.
14.ro shake, tremble, e>yj raash.
Judg. 5. 4 the earth trembled, and the heavens dro.
2 Sa. 22. 8 Then the earth shook and trembled, the
Psa. 1 8. 7 Then the earth shook and trembled, the
Jer. 4. 24 they trembled, and all the hills moved lig.
8. 16 whole land trembled at the sound of the
jo. 10 at his wrath the earth shall tremble, and
51. 29 land shall tremble and sorrow : for every
Joel 2. 10 heavens shall tremble : the sun and the m.
15. To cause to shake or tremble, E>yj raash, 5.
Psa. 60. 2 Thou hast made the earth to tremble
16.7*0 become afraid, ytvo^ai f/j.<t>o&os i/inom,ai em.
Acts 24. 25 as he reasoned . . Felix trembled, and an.
17. Tobecometrembling,frightened,yivou.ai e^rpouos
Acts 7. 32 Then Moses trembled, and durst not be.
16. 29 came trembling, and fell down before
18. Trembling orfear had, el\t rpopos eiche tromos.
Marki6. 8 they . . fled . . for they trembled and were
IQ.To tremble, fear, be afraid, rptfj.<a tremo.
Mark 5. 33 the woman fearing and trembling, know.
Luke 8. 47 came trembling, and falling down before
Acts 9. 6 [he, trembling and astonished, said, Lord]
20. To shudder, have the hair on end, <ppicrff(i>.
Jag. 2. 19 Thou believest . . devils. .believe, and trem.
TREMBLING, trembled
l.A trembling, fear, trouble, nyjrj charadah.
i 88.14. 15 there was trembling , .avery great tremb.
Jer. 30. 5 We have heard a voice of trembling, of
Eze. 26. 16 they shall clothe themselves with trem.
%.A trembling, horror , fright, mxVg pallatsuth.
Job 21. 6 and trembling taketh hold on my flesh
3. Trembling, UT raggaz.
Deut. 28. 65 shall give thee there a trembling heart
4.A^trembling, trouble, anger, rage, nyi rogzah.
Eze. 12. 18 drink thy water with trembling and with
5. A trembling, ijn raad.
Exodis. 15 men. .trembling shall take hold upon th.
Pta. 55. 5 Fearfulnesa and trembling are come upon
6. A trembling, nnyn readah.
Job 4. 14 Fear came upon me, and trembling, whi.
Psa. 2. ii Serve the LORD, .and rejoice with tremb.
7. A reeling, Sjn raal.
Zechi2. 2 1 will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling
8. A reeling, trembling, nSyifl tarelah.
Isa. 51. 17 thou hast drunken . . of the cup of tremb.
51. 22 taken out of thine hand the cup of trem.
9. A trembling, nrn retheth.
Hos.i3. i When Ephraim spake trembling, he exal.
10. A trembling, fear, rp6fi.os tromos.
1 Co. 2. 3 I was with you. .in fear, and in much tr.
2 Co. 7. 15 how with fear and trembling ye received
Eph. 6. 5 be obedient to . . with fear and trembling
Phil. 2. 12 work out your, .with fear and trembling
TRENCH
l.A bulwark, Sri, S n chel.
2 Sa. 20. 1 5 they cast up a bank . . and it stood in the tr.
2. A round rampart, Sjyij magal.
i Sa.26. 5 Saul lay in the trench, and the people pi.
26. 7 Saul lay sleeping with the trench, and
3.^-1 round rampart, n/jy? magalah.
i Sa.i?. 20 he came to the trench, as the host was
4.-.-1 trench, conduit, nSyp tealah.
i Ki.iS. 32 he made a trench about the altar, as great
1 8. 35 and he filled the trench also with water
1 8. 38 licked up the water that (was) in the tre.
5.A stakeofwood,palisade,rampart,xa-pO charax.
l.ukc- [,. 43 thine enemies shall cast a trench about
TRESPASS, (offering, cause of, ) trespassing
\.Guilty, guilt offering, cyt< asham.
Lev. 5. 6 he shall bring his trespass offering unto
5. 7 he shall bring for his trespass, which he
5. 1 5 bring for his trespass . . a trespass offering
5. 1 6 with the ram of the trespass offering, and
5. 1 8 he shall bring a ram. .for a trespass offe.
5. 19 It (is) a trespass offering : he hath certa.
6. 6 bring his trespass offering . . for a tres. offe.
6. 17 the sin offering, and as the trespass offer.
7. i, 37 this (is) the law of . .the trespass offe.
7. 2 the place where they kill the . .trespass o.
7. 5 shall burn them .. it (is) a trespass offering
7. 7 As the sin offering, .so. .the trespass off.
14. 12 he lamb, and offer him for a trespass off.
14. 13 (so is) the trespass offering : it (is) most
14. 14, 17, 25, 28 the blood of the trespass offer.
14. 21 shall take one lamb (for) a trespass offer.
14. 24, 25 the lamb of the trespass offering, and
19. 21 trespass offering . . a ram for a trespass off.
19. 22 with the ram of the trespass offering bef.
Num. 5. 7 he shall recompense his trespass with the
5. 8 the trespass . .let the trespass be recomp.
6. 12 a lamb of the first year for a trespass off.
1 8. 9 every trespass offering of theirs, which
1 Sa. 6. 3 in any wise return him a trespass offering
6. 4 What . . the trespass offering that we shall
6. 8 which ye return him (for) a trespass offe.
6. 17 returned (for) a trespass offering unto the
2 Ki. 12. 16 The trespass money and sin money was
Psa. 68. 21 such an one as goeth on still in his tresp.
Eze. 40. 39 slay, .the sin offering and the trespass off.
42. 13 lay. .the sin offering and the trespass off.
44. 29 eat. .the sin offering and the trespass off.
2. Guilt, (cause of, or offering for), ~p^X ashmah.
Lev. 6. 5 appertaineth, in the day of his trespass off.
6. 7 any thing of all that he hath done in tres.
22. 1 6 suffer them to bear the iniquity of trespass
1 Ch.2i. 3 why will he be a cause of trespass to Is.?
2 Ch.24. 1 8 and wrath came, .for this their trespass
28. 1 3 and to our trespass : for our trespass is gr.
33. 23 but Amon trespassed more and more
Ezra. 9. 6 our trespass is grown up unto the heavens
9. 7 in a great trespass unto this day ; and for
9. 13 forourgreat trespass, seeing that thou our
9. 15 we (are) before thee in our trespasses, for
10. 10 have transgressed, .to increase the tresp.
10. 19 offered) a ram of the flock for their tresp.
3. A transgression, trespass, Syi? maal.
Lev. 5. 15 If a soul commit a trespass, and sin thro.
6. 2 If a soul sin, and commit a trespass aga.
26. 40 with their trespass which they trespassed
Num. 5. 6 to do a trespass against the LORD, and th.
5. 12 go aside, and commit a trespass against
5. 27 and have done trespass against her hush.
31. 16 to commit trespass against the LORD in
Josh. 7. i children of Israel committed a trespass in
22. 16 What trespass (is) this that ye have com.
22. 20 Did not Achan . . commit a trespass in the
22. 31 because ye have not committed this tres.
2 Ch.33. 19 all his sins, and his trespass, and the pi.
Ezra 9. 2 and rulers hath been chief in this trespass
Eze. 15. 8 because they have committed a trespass
17. 20 plead with him there for his trespass that
18. 24 in his trespass thathehath trespassed, and
20. 27 that they have committed a trespass aga.
39. 26 all their trespasses whereby they have tr.
Dan. 9. 7 because of their trespass that they have tr.
4. To transgress, trespass, Sjji? maal.
Eze. 1 4. 1 3 when the land sinneth .. by trespassing gr.
5. Transgression, stepping aside, yys pesha.
Gen. 31. 36 What (is) my trespass? what (is) my sin
50. 17 Forgive, .the trespass, .forgive the trespass
Exod22. o For all manner of trespass, (whether it be)
i Sa. 25. 28 forgive the trespass of thine handmaid, for
6. A trespass, Jailing aside, irapdirT<a/j.a jiaraptOma.
Matt. 6. 14 if ye forgive men their trespasses, your
6. 15 if.. not.. [their trespasses], neither..your t.
18. 35 yefrom your hearts forgive not., [their tr.]
Marku. 25 your Father, .may forgive you your tresp.
ii. 26 [neitherwill your Father. .forgive your tr.]
2 Co. 5. 19 not imputing their trespasses unto them
Eph. 2. i you . . who were dead in trespasses and si.
Col. 2. 13 quickened . .having forgiven you all tres.
TRESPASS, to -
1. To be or become guilty, cyt} asham.
Lev. 5. 19 he hath certainly trespassed against the
Num. 5. 7 unto (him) against whom he hath trespa.
2 Ch.i9. 10 even warn them that they trespass notiig.
19. 10 brethren : this do, and ye shall not tresp.
2. To sin, err, miss the murk, K^rt chata.
1 Ki. 8. 31 If any man trespass against his neighbour
3. To transgress, trespass, Sfy maal.
Lev. 26. 40 which they trespassed against me, and th.
Deut 32. 51 Because ye trespassed against me among
2 Ch.26. 18 go out of the sanctuary ; for thou hast tr.
28. 22 in the time of his distress did he trespass
29. 6 For our fathers have trespassed, and done
30. 7 your brethren, which trespassed against
Ezra 10. 2 We have trespassed against our God, and
Eze. 14. 13 the land sinneth against me bytrespassing
17. 20 trespass that he hath trespassed against
18. 24 inhis trespass thathe hath trespassed, and
39. 23 because they trespassed against me, there.
39. 26 whereby they have trespassed against me
Dan. 9. 7 because, .that they have trespassed agai.
4. To miss the mark, not attain, a^ap-ravta hamar.
MattiS. 15 if thy brother shall trespass against thee
Lukei7. 3 M thy brother trespass against thee, reb.
17. 4 if he trespass against thee seven times in
TRIAL, (fiery)
I. To be tried, proved, tested, Jnj bachan, 4.
Eze. 21. 13 Because (it is) a trial, and what if (the s.)
2.A trial, proving, testing, .ipS massah.
Job 9. 23 he will laugh at the trial of the innocent
3.A trial, proof, ooKift-f) dokime.
2 Co. 8. 2 How that in a great trial of affliction the
4. A trial, test, totctfuov dokimion.
i Pe. i. 7 That the trial of your faith, being much
5. A piercing through, experience, irf ipa peira
Heb. ii. 36 others had trial of . .mockings and scour.
6. A burning, trial by fire, irvpwcris purosis.
i Pe. 4. 12 concerning the flery trial which is to try
TRIBE
I. Rod, staff, tribe, ns^matteh.
Kxodsi. 2 Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah
31. 6 the son of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan
35. 30 Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah
35. 34 the son of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan
38. 22 the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah, ma.
j8. 23 Aholiab, son of Ahisamach, of the tribe
Lev. 24. 1 1 the daughter of Dibri, of the tribe of Dan
Num. i. 4 there shall be a nian of every tribe, every
1. 16 princes of the tribes of their fathers, hea.
i. 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43 tribe
i. 47 the Levites after the tribe of their fathers
1. 49 thou shalt not number the tribe of Levi
2. 5 next unto him (shall be) the tribe of Issa.
2. 7 the tribe of Zebulun : and Eliab the son
2. 12 those which pitch by him . .the tribe of S.
2. 14 Then the tribe of Gad : and the captain
2. 20 by him (shall be) the tribe of Manasseh
2. 22 Then the tribe of Benjamin : and the ca.
2. 27 those that encamp . . (shall be) the tribe of
2. 29 the tribe of Naphtali : and the captain of
3. 6 Bring the tribe of Levi near, and present
7. 2 princes . . who (were) the princes of the tr.
7. 12 the son of Amminadab, of the tribe of J.
10. 15, 16, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 27 the tribe of the
13. 2 of every tribe of their fathers shall ye se.
3- 4> 5> 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, ii, 12, 13, 14, 15 of the tri.
18. 2 And thy brethren also of the tribe of Levi.
26. 55 according to the names of the tribes of th.
30. i spake unto the heads of the tribes conce.
31. 4 every tribe .. throughout all the tribes of
31. 5 a thousand of (every) tribe, twelve thou.
31. 6 Moses sent . . a thousand of (every) tribe
32. 28 the chief fathers of the tribes of the chil.
33. 54 according to the tribes of your fathers ye
34. 13 unto the nine tribes, and to the half tribe
34. 14 For the tribe of the children of Reuben
34. 14 the tribe of the children of Gad according
34. 14 half the tribe of Manasseh have received
34. 15 The two tribes and the half tribe have re.
34. 18 ye shall take one prince of every tribe, to
34. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 of the tribe
36. 3 the inheritance of the tribe whereunto
36. 4 be put unto the inheritance of the tribe
36. 4 from the inheritance of the tribe of our fat.
36. 5 The tribe of the sons of Joseph hath said
36. 6 only to the family of the tribe of their fa.
36. 7 the inheritance . . remove from tribe to tri.
36. 7 the inheritance of the tribe of his fathers
36. 8 that possesseth an inheritance to any tri.
36. 8 unto one of the family of the tribe of her
36. 9 remove from (one) tribe to another tribe
36. 9 every one of the tribes of the children of
36. 12 their inheritance remained in the tribe of
Josh. 7. i, 18 the son of Zerah, of the tribe of Judah
TRIBES 1001 TRIUMPH
Josh. 1 3. 15 Moses gave unto the tribe of the children
13. 24 Moses gave (inheritance) unto the tribe of
13. 29 Moses gave (inheritance) unto the half tri.
14. i the heads of the fathers of the tribes of
14. 2 for the nine tribes, and (for) the half tribe
14. 3 two tribes and an half tribe on the other
14. 4 For the children of Joseph were two tribes
15. i, 20, 21 of the tribe of the children of
16! s This (is) the inheritance of the tribe of the
17. i There was also a lot for the tribe of Man.
is! ii, 21 the tribe of the children of Benjamin
19! 1,8 the tribe of the children of Simeon ac.
19. 23 , 24, 31, 39. 49. 48, 51 the tribe of the chil.
20. 8 upon the plain out of the tribe of Reuben
20. 8 Ramoth in Gilead out of the tribe of Gad
20. 8 Golan in Bashan out of the tribe of Mana.
i unto the heads of the fathers of the tribes
4 the tribe of Judah, and out of the tribe
4 out of the tribe of Benjamin, thirteen ci.
, 5 the tribe of Ephraim, and out of the tribe
. 5 out of the half tribe of Manasseh, ten cities
. 6 the tribe of Issachar, and out of the tribe
. 6 tribe of Kaphtali, and out of the half tribe
. 7 the tribe of Reuben, and out of the tribe
. 7 out of the tribe of Zebulun, twelve cities
. 9 they gave out of the tribe of the children
, 9 out of the tribe of the children of Simeon
, 17 out of the tribe of Benjamin, Gibeon with
. 20 the cities of their lot out of the tribe of
. 23 out of the tribe of Dan, Eltekeh with her
, 25 out of the half tribe of Manasseh, Taana.
. 27 out of the (other) half tribe of Manasseh
. 28 out of the tribe of Issachar, Kishon with
. 30 out of the tribe of Asher, Mishal with her
. 32 out of the tribe of Naphtali, Kedesh in
. 34 out of the tribe of Zebulun, Jokneam with
. 38 out of the tribe of Gad, Ramoth in Gilead
. i Then Joshua called . . the half tribe of M.
. 14 a prince throughout all the tribes of Isr.
i Ki. 7. 14 He (was) a widow s son of the tribe of N.
8. i Solomon assembled . . the heads of the tr.
j Ch. 6. 60 out of the tribe of Benjamin; Geba with
6. 61 family of that tribe . . out of the half tribe
6. 62 the tribe of Issachar, and out of the tribe
6. 62 the tribe of Naphtali, and out of the tri.
6. 63 the tribe of Reuben, and out of the tribe
6. 63 out of the tribe of Zebulun, twelve cities
6. 65 they gave by lot out of the tribe of the
6. 65 out of the tribe of the children of Simeon
6. 65 out of the tribe of the children of Benja.
6. 66 had cities of their coasts out of the tribe
6. 70 out of the half tribe of Manasseh ; Aner
6. 71 out of the family of the half tribe of Mana.
6. 72 out of the tribe of Issachar; Kedesh with
C. 74 out of the tribe of Asher; Mashal with her
6. 76 out of the tribe of Naphtali; Kedesh in
6. 77 out of the tribe of Zebulun, Rimmon with
6. 78 out of the tribe of Reuben, Bezer in the
6. 80 out of the tribe of Gad; Ramoth in Gilead
12. 31 of the half tribe of Manasseh eighteen th.
i Ch. 5. 2 Solomon assembled, .the heads of the tr.
Hab. 3. 9 to the oaths of the tribes, (even thy) word
2. A rod, sceptre, tribe, V^V, B^g* shebet.
Gen. 49. 1 6 shall judge his people, as one of the tribes
49. 28 these (are) the twelve tribes of Israel: and
Exod 24. 4 according to the twelve tribes of Israel
28. 21 shall they be according to. .twelve tribes
39. 14 his name, according to the twelve tribes
Num. 4. 18 Cut ye not off the tribe of the families of
18. 2 the tribe of thy father, bring thou with
24. 2 Israel abiding, .according to their tribes
32. 33 unto half the tribe of Manasseh the son
36. 3 the sons of the (other) tribes of the child.
Deut. 1.13 Take..wise men. .known among your tri.
1. 15 I took the chief of your tribes, wise men
1.15 captains, .and officers among your tribes
i. 23 I took twelve men of you, one of a tribe
3. 13 gave I unto the half tribe of Manasseh
5. 23 allthe heads of your tribes, and your elders
10. 8 the LORD separated the tribe of Levi, to
12. 5 out of all your tribes to put his name th.
12. 14 the LoRDshall choose in one of thy tribes
16. 18 thy God giveth thee, throughout thy tri.
18. i the tribe of Levi, shall have no part nor
18. 5 God hath chosen him out of all thy tribes
29. 8 inheritance . .to the half tribe of Manass.
29. 10 your captains of your tribes, your elders
29. 18 Lest there should be., family, or tribe, wh.
29. 21 shall separate him. .out of all the tribes
31. 28 Gather unto me all the elders of your tri.
33. 5 the tribes of Israel were gathered toget.
Josh. i. 12 to half the tribe of Manasseh, spake Jos.
3. 12 of the tribes of Israel, out of every tribe
4. 2 Take you twelve men. .out of every tribe
4. 4 whom he had prepared . . out of every tri.
4. 5, 8, according unto the number of the tri.
4. 12 half the tribe of Manasseh, passed overar.
7. 14 shall be brought according to your tribes
7. 14 the tribe which the LOUD taketh shall co.
7. 16 by their tribes, and the tribe ofJudah was
IT. 23 according to their divisions by their tribes
12. 6 the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manas,
n. 7 which Joshua gave unto the tribes of Is.
13- 7 unto the nine tribes and the half tribe of
13. 14 Only unto the tribe of Levi he gave none
13. 29 gave (inheritance) unto the half tribe of
*3- 33 But unto the tribe of Levi Moses gave not
1 8. 2 seven tribes, which had not yet received
18. 4 Give out. .three men for (each) tribe: and
1 8. 7 half the tribe of Manasseh, have received
21. 16 suburbs; nine cities out of those two trib.
Josh.22. 7 Now tothe. .half of thetribe of Manasseh
22. 9, 10, ii, 13, 15,21 the half tribe of Manass.
23. 4 to be an inheritance for your tribes, from
24. i Joshua gathered all the tribes of Israel
Judg 1 8. i in those days the tribe of the Danites so.
18. i had not fallen unto them among the trib.
18. 19 that thou be a priest unto a tribe and a f.
1 8. 30 were priests to the tribe of Dan until the
20. 2 chief . . of all the tribes of Israel, presented
20. 10 throughout all the tribes of Israel, and
20. 12 tribes of Israel sent men through all the
21. 3 there should be to day one tribe lacking
21. 5 Who (is there) among all the tribes of Is.
21. 6 There is one tribe cutoff from Israel this
21. 8 What one (is there) of the tribes of Israel
21. 15 LORD had made a breach in the tribes of
21. 17 thatatribe be not destroyed out; of Israel
21. 24 every man to his tribe and to his family
1 Sa. 2. 28 did I choose him out of all the tribes of
9. 21 a Benjamite, of the smallest of the tribes
9. 21 least of all the families of the tribe of Be.
10. 19 before the LORD by your tribes, and by
10. 20 when Samuel had caused all the tribes of
10. 20 come near, the tribe of Benjamin was ta.
10. 21 When he had caused the tribe of Benjam.
15. 17 (wast) thou not. .the head of the tribes of
2 Sa. 5. i Then came all the tribes of Israel to Dav.
7. 7 spake I a word with any of the tribes of
15. 2 Thy servant (is) of one of the tribes of Is.
15. 10 sent spies throughout all the tribes of Is.
19. 9 were at strife throughout all the tribes of
20. 14 he went through all the tribes of Israel
24. 2 Go now through all the tribes of Israel
1 Ki. 8. 1 6 I chose no city out of all the tribes of Is.
11. 13 will give one tribe to thy son for David
ii. 31 Behold, I will, .give ten tribes to thee
ii. 32 he shall have one tribe for my servant D.
ii. 32 which I have chosen out of all the tribes
ii. 35 and will give it unto thee, (even) ten tribes
1 1 . 36 unto his son will I give one tribe, that D.
12. 20 there was none that foliowed .. but the tr.
12. 21 with the tribe of Benjamin, an hundred
14. 21 the LORD did choose out of all the tribes
\8. 31 according to the number of the tribes of
2 Ki. 17. 1 8 there was none left but the tribe of Judah
21. 7 which I have chosen out of all tribes of I.
1 Ch. 5. 18, 26 the Gadites, and the half tribe of Ma.
5. 23 the children of the half tribe of Manass.
12. 37 of the half tribe of Manasseh,with all man.
23. 14 his sons were named of the tribe of Levi
26. 32 the Gadites, and the half tribe of Manas.
27. 16 Furthermore over the tribes of Israel, the
27. 20 of the half tribe of Manasseh; Joel the son
27. 22 These (were) the princes of the tribes of Is.
28. i the princes of the tribes, and the captains
29. 6 and princes of the tribes of Israel, and the
2 Ch. 6. 5 I chose no city among all the tribes of Is.
11. 16 after them out of all the tribes of Israel
12. 13 the LORD had chosen out of all the tribes
33. 7 which I have chosen before all the tribes
Psa. 78. 55 made the tribes of Israel to dwell in their
78. 67 Moreover he. .chose not the tribe of Eph.
78. 68 chose the tribe of Judah, the mount Zipn
105. 37 not one feeble (person) among their tri.
122. 4 Whither the tribes go up, the tribes of
Isa. 19. 13 (they that are) the stay of the tribes the.
49. 6 to raise up the tribes of Jacob, and to re.
63. 17 Return for thy servants sake, the tribes
Eze. 37. 19 I will take, .the tribes of Israel his fellows
45. 8 shall they give . . according to their tribes
47. 13 according to the twelve tribes of Israel
47. 21 divide this land, .according to the tribes
47. 22 inheritance with you among the tribes of
47. 23 in what tribe the stranger sojourneth. th.
48. i Now these (are) the names of the tribes
48. 19 shall serve it out of all the tribes of Isra.
48. 23 As for the rest of the tribes, from the east
48. 29 ye shall divide by lot unto the tribes of Is.
48. 31 (shall be) after the names of the tribes of
Hos. 5. 9 among the tribes of Israel have I made
Zech. 9. i the eyes of man, as of all the tribes of I.
3.^4 rod, staff, tribe, B3tp shebat.
Ezra 6. 17 according to the number of the tribes of
4.^-1 tribe, <(>v\-tt phule.
Matt 19. 28 shall sit. .judging the twelve tribes of Is.
24. 30 then shall all the tribes of the earth mo.
Luke 2. 36 the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of
22. 30 sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes of
Acts 13. 21 Saul the son of Cis, a man of the tribe of
Rom. 1 1. i of the seed of Abraham, (of) the tribe of
Phil. 3. 5 of the stock of Israel, (of) the tribe of Be.
Heb. 7. 13 pertaineth to another tribe, of which no
7. 14 of which tribe Moses spake nothing con.
Jas. i. i to the twelve tribes which are scattered
Rev. 5. 5 the lion of the tribe of Juda, the root of
7. 4 forty (and) four thousand of all the tribes
7- Si 5. 5. 6> 6 6> 7>
7>.
7> 8 > 8> 8 f ^\e tribe of
21. 12 of the twelve tribes of the children of Is.
TRIBES, twelve
The twelve tribes, $ta$eicd<pv\ot> dodekfiphulon.
Acts 26. 7 Unto which . .our twelve tribes, instantly
TRIBULATION, (to suffer)
\.Straitness, distress, ij>, "iy tsar.
Deut. 4. 30 When thou art in tribulation, and all th.
2.Straitness, distress, rny tsarah.
Judg. 10. 14 let them deliver you in the time of. .trib.
i Sa. 10. 19 out of all your adversities and your tribu.
26. 24 let him deliver me out of all tribulation
3. To press, squeeze, afflict, Q\i&u thlibo.
1 Th. 3. 4 we told you . .that we should suffer tribu.
4. Pressure, affliction, 0A.Ja* thlipsis.
Matt. 1 3. 21 for when tribulation or persecution arise.
24. 21 For then shall be great tribulation, such
24. 29 Immediately after the tribulation of those
Marki3_ 24 in those days, after that tribulation, the
John 16. 33 In the world ye shall have tribulation, but
Acts 14. 22 we must through much tribulation enter
Rom. 2. 9 Tribulation and anguish, upon every soul
5. 3 we glory in tribulations also: knowing...!.
8. 35 tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or
12. 12 Rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation
2 Co. i. 4 Who comforteth us in all our tribulation
7. 4 am exceeding joyful in all our tribulation
Eph. 3. 13 desire that ye faint not at my tribulations
2 Th. i. 4 in all your persecutions and tribulations
1. 6 recompense tribulation to them that tro.
Rev. i. 9 your brother, and companion in tribulat.
2. 9 know thy works, and tribulation, andpo.
2. ioye shall have tribulation ten days: be thou
2. 22 I will cast. .them, .into great tribulation
7. 14 are they which came out of great tribula
TRIBTJTE, tributary
1 . Custom, tribute, "173 belo.
Ezra 4. 13 will they not pay toll, tribute, and custom
4. 20 toll, tribute, and custom, was paid unto
7. 24 to impose toll, tribute, or custom, upon
2. A measured thing, tribute, toll, rnp middah.
Ezra 6. 8 of the tribute beyond the river, 4. 20.
Neh. 5. 4 We have borrowed money for the king s tr.
3.A tribute, DSD mekes.
Numsi. 28 levy a tribute unto the LORD of the men
31. 37 tribute of the sheep was six hundred and
31. 38, 39, 40 of which the LORD S tribute (was)
31. 41 Moses gave the tribute, .unto Eleazarthe
4. Tribute, burden, levy, C5 mas.
Gen. 49. 15 bowed, .and became a servant unto tri.
Deut2o. ii people, .found therein shall be tributaries
Joshi6. 10 but the Canaanites. .serve under tribute
17. 13 that they put the Canaanites to tribute
Judg. i. 28 that they put the Canaanites to tribute
i. 30 dwelt among them, and became tributar.
i. 33 the inhabitants, .became tributaries unto
i. 35 prevailed, so that they became tributaries
2 Sa. 20. 24 Adoram (was) over the tribute ; and Je.
1 Ki. 4. 6 Adoniramthe sonof Abda (was) over the tr.
9. 21 upon those did Solomon levy a tribute of
12. 18 sent Adoram, who (was) over the tribute
2 Ch. 8. 8 them did Solomon make to paytribute until
10. 18 sent Hadoram that (was) over the tribute
Esth 10. i king Ahasuerus laid a tribute upon the
Prov 12. 24 but the slothful shall be under tribute
Lam. i. i princess, .(how) is she become tributary
5. Burden, tribute, npp missah.
Deuti6. 10 with a tribute of a freewill offering of
6. A burden, tribute, KJfJ} massa.
2 Ch.i7- ii brought Jehoshaphat presents and tribute
7. Fine, punishment, confiscation, v}]! onesh.
2 Ki.23- 33 put the land to a tribute of an hundred
S.A double drachma, (i.e. 15 })ence}, SiSpaxfJ-ov.
Matt 1 7. 24 they that received tribute, .came to Peter
17. 24 said, Doth not your master pay tribute?
9. .4 census, tax, (Lat. census), K^vaos kensos.
Matti?. 25 of whom do. .kings of the earth take, .t.t
22. 17 Is it lawful to give tribute unto Cesar, or
22. 19 Show me the tribute money. And theybn
Marki2. 14 Is it lawful to give tribute to Cesar, or
1.0.A tribute, tax, burden, <f>dpos pharos.
Lukezo. 22 Is it lawful for us to give tribute unto C
23. 2 forbidding to give tribute to Cesar, say.
Rom 13. 6 for this cause pay ye tribute also : forth.
13. 7 tribute to whom tribute, .custom to whom
TRICKLE down, to
To be poured or spread out, "UJ nagar, 2.
Lam. 3. 49 Mine eye trickleth down, and ceasethnot
TRIED, (to be)
I .Trial, proof, test, }r<3bochan.
Isa. 28. 16 I lay in Zion for a foundation, .a tried st.
2.To be tested, ;-? bachan, 2.
Job 34. 36 My desire. .Job may be tried unto the end
3. To be refined, tried, purified, py tsaraph, 2.
Dan. 12. 10 shall be purified, and made white, and tr.
^.Approved, tried, tested, SoVi^os dokimos.
Jas. 1. 12 for when he is tried, he shall receive the
TRIM, to
I. To make good, do well, at:; yatab, 5.
Jer. 2. 33 Why trimmest thou thy way to seek love ?
2. To do, make, ripy asah.
2 Sa. 19. 24 trimmed his beard, nor washed his clothes
3. To adorn, trim, set in order, K0fffj.ca kosmeo.
Matt25. 7 Then all those virgins arose, and trimmed
TRIUMPH, triumphing
I. Loud cry, singing, n|~) rinnah.
Psa. 47. i shout unto God with the voice of triumph
2. Singing, fi^~\ renanali.
Job 20. <; That the triumphing of the wicked (is)
126
TRIUMPH 1002 TROUBLED
TRIUMPH ; over, to cause to), to
l.To triumph, rise, 1N3 gaah.
J
> 2I he hath triumphed gloriously, the ho.
2. To rejoice, exult, fy alaz.
a Sa. i. 20 the daughters of the uncircumcised triu.
Psa. 94. 3 LuRD. .how long shall the wicked trium.T
3. To rejoice, exult, f Vy alats.
Psa. 25. 2 God .. let not mine enemies triumph over
4. To shout, yn rua, 5.
Psa. 41. ii mine enemy doth not triumph over me
5. To shout, y i rua, 7a.
Psa. 60. 8 Philistia, triumph thou because of me
108. 9 over Edom . . over Philistia will I triumph
6. To sing, cry aloud, } FJ ranan, 3.
Psa. 92. 4 I will triumph in the works of thy hands
7. To glorify self, nyy shabach, 7.
Psa.io6. 47 to give thanks, .to triumph in thy praise
8. To lead in triumph, cause to triumph, 6piafj.&(uca.
2 Co. 2. 14 which always causeth us to triumph in
Col. 2. 15 he made a show, .triumphing over them
TRO -AS, Tpwds.
Strictly Alexaudria-Troas, a seaport of Phrygia Minor,
in Mysia, on the shores of the Archipelago, a little S.W.
of the Hellespont, twenty five miles N. of Asso, and a
little S. of ancient Troy; now called Eski-Stamboul.
Acts 1 6. 8 they passing by Mysia came down to T.
1 6. ii loosing from T., we came, .to Samothra.
20. 5 These going before tarried for us at T.
20. 6 And we . . came unto them to T. in five da.
2 Co. 2. 12 when I came to T. to (preach) Christ s go.
a Ti. 4. 13 The cloke that I left at T. with Carpus
TRODDEN (down), to be
l.To be trodden down, wv\ dush, 2.
Isa. 25. 10 as straw is trodden down for the dunghill
25. 10 shall be trodden down under him
2. A treading doivn, npup mebusah.
Isa. 1 8. 2 to .. a nation meted out and trodden down
3. A treading, cip^o mirmas.
Isa. 5. 5 And now go to., it shall be trodden down
28. 18 scourge shall pass, .ye shall be trod, down
Mic. 7. 10 be trodden down as the mire of the street
4. To be trodden, Cn ramas, 2.
Isa. 28. 3 The crown of pride . . shall be trodden un.
TRODDEN under foot, (to be)
I.A trodden doicn thing, ncmp mebusah.
Isa. 1 8. 78 nation meted out and trodden tinder f.
2.A treading, CpiD mirmas.
Dan. 8. 13 to give., the host to be trodden under foot
TRO-GYL-LI -TJM, Tptayv\\ioi>. A city and promontory at the foot of Mount Mycale, in
Caria(theS.W. province of Asia Minor), nearly opposite
to Samoa, and not far from Miletus.
Acts 20. 15 [wearrivedatSamos,andtarriedatT.,and]
TROOP (of robbers)
I.A troop, band, rnJK aguddah.
2 Sa. 2. 25 the children of Benjamin . . became one tr.
Amos 9. 6 and hath founded his troop in the earth
2. Wayfarer, traveller, rnk orach.
Job 6. 19 The troops of Tema looked, the compan.
S.A troop, invading force, ~\*gad.
Gen. 30. ii Leah said, A troop cometh : and she cal.
Isa. 65. 1 1 that prepare a table for that troop, and
4. A troop, invading force, tn$ gedud.
Gen. 49. 19 Gad, a troop shall overcome him : but he
1 Sa. 30. 8 Shall I pursue after this troop? shall I
2 Sa. 3. 22 Joab came from . .a troop, and brought in
22. 30 For by thee I have run through a troop
Job 19.12 His troops come together, and raise up th.
Psa. 1 8. 29 For by thee I have run through a troop
Jer. 1 8. 22 when thou shalt bring a troop suddenly
Hos. 6. 9 And as troops of robbers wait for a man
7. i the troop of robbers spoileth without
Mic. 5. i O daughter of troops : he hath laid siege
^.Company, n;n chayyah.
2 Sa. 23. ii were gathered together into a troop, wh.
23. 13 the troop of the Philistines pitched in the
[See Gather self in troops.]
TRO-PHI -ltTTS, Tp^j/xoj.
A believer in Ephesus who accompanied Paul to Jeru
salem when he returned from Greece.
Acts 20. 4 there accompanied him . . Tychicus and T.
21. 29 they had seen, .in the city T. an Ephes.
a Ti. 4. 20 but T. have I left at Miletum sick
TROTTBLE, troubling:
1. Trouble, n^>rt| behalah.
Psa. 78. 33 consume in vanity, and their years in t.
Isa. 65. 23 They shall not. .bring forth for trouble
2. Terror, worn out thing, nnVg ballaliah.
Isa. 17.14 behold at evening tide trouble, .before the
S.Tcrror, nn^3 beathah.
Jer. 8. 15 for a time of health, and behold trouble
14.19 for the time of healing, and behold trouble
4. Trembling, ny-ii zevaah [v.L. nyjj zaavah],
2 Ch.29- 8 he hath delivered them to trouble, to
5.Burden, pressure, rnp torach.
Isa. i. 14 they are a trouble unto me; I am weary
6. Trouble, destruction, noinp mehumah.
Prov 15. 16 than great treasure, and trouble therew.
Isa. 22. 5 day of trouble, and of treading down, and
Eze. 7. 7 the day of trouble (is) near, and not the so.
7. Labour, toil, Spy amal.
Job 5. 6 neither doth trouble spring out of the gr.
5. 7 nrm is born unto trouble, as the sparks fly
Psa. 73. 5 They (are) not in trouble (as other) men
8. Affliction, cry, "yi t _ oni.
1 Ch.22. 14 in my trouble I have prepared for the
Psa. 9. 13 Have mercy upon me. .consider my tro.
31. 7 thou hast considered my trouble, thou
9 .Straitness, distress, ~ty, iy tsar.
2 Ch.is. 4 when they in their trouble did turn unto
Job 15. 24 Troiil >li! and anguish shall make him
38. 23 have reserved against the time of trouble
Psa. 32. 7 thou shalt preserve me from trouble, th.
59. 1 6 defence and refuge in the day of my tro.
60. 1 1 Give us help from trouble : for vain (is)
66. 14 mouth hath spoken, when I was in trou.
102. 2 I am in trouble ; incline thine ear unto
107. 6, 13 cried unto the LORD in their trouble
107. 19, 28 they cry unto the LORD in their trou.
108. 12 Give us help from trouble : for vain (is)
119. 143 Trouble and anguish have taken hold on
Isa. 26. 16 LORD, in trouble have they visited thee
10. Straitness, distress, .Tiy tsarah.
Deut 31. 17 many evils and troubles shall befall them
31. 21 many evils and troubles are befallen them
2 Ki. 19. 3 This day (is) a day of trouble, and of reb.
Neh. 9. 27 in the time of their trouble, when they
Job 5. 19 He shall deliver thee in six troubles ; yea
27. 9 Will God hear his cry when trouble com.
Psa. 9. 9 also will be. .a refuge in times of trouble
10. i (why) hidest thou (thyself) in times of tr.?
20. i LORD hear thee in the day of trouble, the
22. ii Be not far from me, for trouble (is) near
25. 17 The troubles of my heart are enlarged, O
25. 22 Redeem Israel, O God, out of all his tro.
34. 6 the LORD . . saved him out of all his trou.
34. 17 and delivereth them out of all their tro.
37. 39 (he is) their strength in the time of trou.
46. i God (is), .a very present help in trouble
50. 15 And call upon me in the day of trouble
54. 7 For he hath delivered me out of all trou.
71. 20 which hast showed me great and sore tr.
77. 2 In the day of my trouble I sought the L.
78. 49 wrath, and indignation, and trouble, by
81. 7 Thou calledst in trouble, and I delivered
86. 7 In the day of my trouble I will call upon
91. 15 I (will be) with him in trouble ; I will de.
116. 3 gat hold upon me : I found trouble and
138. 7 Though I walk in the midst of trouble, th.
142. 2 before him ; I showed before him my tr.
143. 1 1 for thy . . sake bring my soul out of trou.
Prov ii. 8 The righteous is delivered out of trouble
12. 13 but the just shall come out of trouble
21. 23 keepeth his mouth.. keepeth..from troub.
25. 19 Confidence.. in time of trouble (is like) a
Isa. 8. 22 behold trouble and darkness, dimness of
30. 6 Into the land of trouble and anguish, fr.
33. 2 our salvation also in the time of trouble
37. 3 This day (is) a day of trouble, and of re.
46. 7 not answer, nor save him out of his trou.
65. 1 6 because the former troubles are forgotten
Jer. 14. 8 Saviour thereof in time of trouble, why
30. 7 it (is) even the time of Jacob s trouble
Ban. 12. i there shall be a time of trouble, such as
Xah. i. 7 strong hold in the day of trouble, and he
Hab. 3. 16 that I might rest in the day of trouble
Zeph. i. 15 a day of wrath, a day of trouble and dis.
11. Trembling, trouble, anger, ill rogez.
Job 3. 17 There the wicked cease (from) troubling
3. 26 neither was I quiet ; yet trouble came
14. i Man..(is) of few days, and full of trouble
IZ.Evil, JT3 ra.
Psa. 27. 5 in the time of trouble he shall hide me
41. i the LORD will deliver him in time of tro.
88. 3 For my soul is full of troubles, and my
107. 26 their soul is melted because of trouble
Jer. 2. 27 but in the time of their trouble they will
2. 28 if they can save thee in the time of thy t.
11. 12 save them at all in the time of their tro.
ii. 14 time that they cry unto me for their tro.
51. 2 for in the day of trouble they shall be ag.
Lam. i. 21 mine enemies have heard of my trouble
13. Travail, weariness, "iiop telaah.
Xeh. 9. 32 let not all the trouble seem little before
Ii. Pressure, affliction, 0\Ti|"* thlipsis.
1 Co. 7. 28 Nevertheless such shall have trouble in
a Co. i. 4 to comfort them which are in any trouble
i. 8 have you ignorant of our trouble which
15. Trembling, agitation, disturbance, rapax h tar.
Marki3. 8 and there shall be famines [and troubles]
John 5. 4 after the troubling of the water stepped in
TROTJBLE, self, exceedingly, to make or suffer
1. To press, compel, Qj& anas.
Dan. 4. 9 because I know.. no secret troubleth thee
2. To trouble, hasten, Sn? bahel, 3.
2 Ch.32. 18 to affright them, and to trouble them, that
Ezra 4. 4 weakened .. and troubled them in build.
Job 21. 10 snares, .and sudden fear troubleth thee
Dan. ii. 44 tidings., out of the north shall trouble him
3. To trouble, hasten, ^n? bahel, 5.
Job 23. 16 God maketh . .the Almighty troubleth me
4. To trouble, hasten, Si? behal, 3.
Dan 4. 5 and the visions of my head troubled me
4. 19 astonied . . and his thoughts troubled him
4. 19 Belteshazzar, let not the dream, .trouble
5. 6 his thoughts troubled him, so that the jo.
5. 10 let not thy thoughts trouble thee, nor let
7. 15 and the visions of my head troubled me
7. 28 my cogitations much troubled me, and
5. To trouble, ^ bahal, 3 [v.L. nS:].
Ezra 4. 4 weakened . . and troubled them in building
6. To a/right, terrify, ny? baath, 3.
i Sa. 16. 14 an evil spirit from the LORD troubled him
16. 15 an evil spirit from God troubleth thee
7. To trouble, make muddy, nVj dalach.
Eze. 32. 2 thou. .troubledst the waters with thy feet
32. 13 foot of man trouble, .hoofs of beasts tro.
8. To trouble, crush, destroy, nprr hamam.
Exodi4. 24 looked.. and troubled the host of the Eg.
9. To trouble, nay akar.
Gen. 34. 30 Ye have troubled me to make me to stink
Josh. 6. 18 when ye..make the camp..a curse, and tr.
7. 25 Why hast thou troubled us?.. LORD shall t.
Judgn. 35 and thou art one of them that trouble me
i Sa. 14. 29 My father hath troubled the land : see
1 Ki. 18. 17 said..(Art) thou he that troubleth Israel?
18. 18 I have not troubled Israel ; but thou, and
Prov ii. 17 (he that is) cruel troubleth his own flesh
ii. 29 He that troubleth his own house shall in.
15. 27 He that is greedy of gain troubleth his
10.Straitness, distress, "iy, "iy tsar.
Psa. 3. i LORD, how are they increased that trou.
13. 4 that trouble me rejoice when I am moved
11. To do wickedly, yy~i rasha, 5.
Job 34. 29 When.. quietness, who then can make tr.t
12.ro set up, excite, avatrrarow anastatoo.
Gal. 5. 12 I would they were.. cut off which trouble
13. To disturb exceedingly, txrapaffffw ektarasso.
Acts 1 6. 20 These men, being Jews, do exceedingly tr.
14. To excite tumult in, tvoyAeo) enochleo.
Heb. 12. 15 lest, .root of bitterness sprinking up tro.
15. To press, squeeze, afflict, Oxi&w thlibo.
2 Th. i. 6 recompense tribulation to them that tro.
16. To be disturbed, Bopv^to^at thorubeomai.
Acts 20. 10 Trouble not yourselves ; for his life is in
17.To suffer evil, Ka.Koira.6ew kakopatheo.
2 Ti. 2. 9 Wherein I suffer trouble, as an evil doer
18. To hold out or give vexation, irapexw n.6irov.
Matt 26. 10 Why trouble ye the woman? for she hath
Mark1 4. 6 Let her alone; why trouble ye her? she
Luken. 7 Trouble me not : the door is now shut, and
1 8. 5 Yet because this widow troubleth me, I
Gal. 6. 17 From henceforth let no man trouble me
19. Toexcitetumultl>esides,ira.pfvox^<aparenochler).
Acts 15. 19 Wherefore my sentence is, that we troub.
20. To flay, trouble, harass, <TKV\\<I> skullo.
Mark 5. 35 why troublest thou the Master any furt.T
Luke 7. 6 trouble not thyself; for I am not worthy
8. 49 Thy daughter is dead ; trouble not the M.
21. To trouble, disturb, agitate, rapdffa-u tarasso.
John 5. 4 [an angel went down..and troubled the]
Acts 15. 24 have troubled you with words, subverting
17. 8 they troubled the people and the rulers of
Gal. i. 7 there be some that trouble you, and wo.
5. 10 he that troubleth you shall bear his judg.
TROUBLE, (to be) in
1. Sharp or hard of the day, DV-TOJ? [qasheh].
Job 30. 25 Did not I weep for him that was in trou.
2. To press, distress, be distressed, Tiy tsarar.
Psa. 31. 9 LORD have mercy upon me . . for I am in tr.
69. 17 hide not thy face. .1 am in trouble : hear
TROUBLED, to be (sore)
l.To be troubled, hastened, Wi? bahel, 2.
Gen. 45. 3 could not answer . . for they were troubled
1 Sa. 28. 21 saw that he was sore troubled, and said
2 Sa. 4. i feeble, and all the Israelites were troubled
Job 4. 5 it toucheth thee, and thou art troubled
23. 15 Therefore am I troubled at his presence
Psa. 30. 7 thou didst hide thy face, (and) I was tro.
48. 5 they were troubled, (and) hasted away
83. 17 Let them be confounded and troubled for
90. 7 anger, and by thy wrath are we troubled
104! 29 Thou hidest thy face, they are troubled
Eze. 7. 27 the people of the land shall be troubled
26. 1 8 isles that (are) in the sea shall be troubled
2. To be troubled, hastened, Srq behal, 2.
Dan. 5. 9 Then was king- Belshazzar greatly troub.
3.To be shaken, rya gaash, 4.
Job 34. 20 the people shall be troubled at midnight
4. To be cast out, troubled, viigarash, 1.
Isa. 57- 20 the wicked (are) like the troubled sea, w.
5. To roar, move, sound, make a noise, n^n hamah.
Psa. 77. 3 I remembered God, and was troubled ; I
Jer. 31. 20 therefore my bowels are troubled for him
6. To daub, be troubled, adulterated, ipn chamar.
Psa. 46. 3 the waters thereof roar (and) be troubled
TROUBLER 1003 TRUMP
7. To be foul, Tjn chamar, 36.
Lam. i. 20 my bowels are troubled ; mine heart is
2. ii my bowels are troubled, my liver is pou.
8. To become bent down, perverse, my avah, 2.
Psa. 38. 6 I am troubled ; I am bowed down greatly
9. To be troubled, excited, T3JJ akar, 2.
Prov 15. 6 but iu the revenues of the wicked is tro.
10. To be humbled, afflicted, njy anah.
Zech.io. 2 they were troubled, because, .no sheph.
11. To be moved, troubled, 0$$ paam, 2.
Gen. 41. 8 it came to pass . . that his spirit was trou.
Psa. 77. 4 I am so troubled that I cannot speak
Dan. 2. 3 myspirit was troubled to know the dream
12. To move self, oy? paam, 7.
Dan. 2. i dreams, wherewith his spirit was troubled
13. To be or become shortened, grieved, -ijfij qatser.
Job 21. 4 why should not my spirit be troubled ?
14. To be angry, troubled, 7rj ragaz.
Psa. 77. 16 were afraid : the depths also were troub.
Isa. 32. 10 Many days and years shall ye be troubled
32. it be troubled, ye careless ones ; strip you
IS.To befouled, troubled, wy\ raphas, 2.
Prov 25. 26 a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring
16. To be tempestuous, tossed about, nyp saar, 2.
2 Ki. 6. ii heart of the king of Syria was sore troub.
17. To be troubled, roar, nyi raam.
Eze. 27. 35 they shall be troubled in .. countenance
1 8. To trouble thoroughly, Starapdrrti) diataratto.
Luke i. 29 when she saw (him), she was troubled at
1 9. To press, squeeze, afflict, 8\i0ca thlibo.
2 Co. 4. 8 troubled on every side, yet not distressed
7. 5 we were troubled on every side ; without
2 Th. i. 7 And to you who are troubled rest with us
20. To be tumultuous, Qpotofuu throeomai.
Matt 24. 6 see that ye be not troubled: for all. .mu.
Marki3. 7 when ye shall hear of wars, .be ye nottr.
2 Th. 2. 2 ye be not soon shaken in mind, or be tr.
21. To trouble, disturb, agitate, rapdcrffw tarasso.
Matt. 2. 3 he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with
14. 26 they were troubled, saying, It is a spirit
Mark 6. 50 For they all saw him, and were troubled
Luke i. 12 when Zacharias saw (him), he was troub.
24. 38 he said unto them, Why ae ye troubled ?
John 5. 7 have no man, when the water is troubled
12. 27 Now is my soul troubled ; and what shall
13. 21 he was troubled in spirit, and testified, and
14. i Let not your heart be troubled, ye believe
14. 27 Let not your heart be troubled, neither
i Pe. 3. 14 afraid of their terror, neither be troubled
22. To trouble self, Tapdfffftiv tavrov tarassein heaut.
Johnn. 33 he groaned in the spirit, and was troubled
23.ro be in a tumult, tumultuous, Tt/pab;uai tur.
Luke 10. 41 thou art careful and [troubled] about many
TROUBLER, troublous
1 To trouble, 13;; akar.
1 Ch. 2. 7 Achar, the troubler of Israel, who trans.
2. Distress, pis tsoq.
Dan. 9. 25 the street shall be built, .in troublous ti.
TROUGH
l.T rough, gutter, arn rahat.
Exod. 2. 16 filled the troughs to water their father s
2. Watering trough, np.fe shoqeth.
Gen. 24. 20 she . . emptied her pitcher into the trough
30. 38 in the gutters in the watering troughs wh
TROW, to
To think, 5o/ce u> dokeo.
Luke 17. 9 Doth he thank that servant. .[I trow not]
TRUCE BREAKERS
Implacable, irreconcileable, Aa-irovSo^ aspondos.
2 Ti. 3. 3 Without natural affection, truce breakers
TRUE, truly, in or of a truth, it is
1. Truly, yet, but, D71N ulam.
Gen. 48. 19 truly his younger brother shall be greater
Numi4. 21 But (as) truly (as) I live, all the earth sh.
i Sa. 20. 3 but truly, (as) the LORD liveth, and (as)
Mic. 3. 8 But truly I am,full of power by the spirit
Z.Only, 1)N ak.
Jer. 10. 19 Truly this (is) a grief, and I must bear it
3. Surely, but, yet, J?N aken.
Jer. 3. 23 Truly in vain . .truly in the LORD our God
4. But rather, DK ? Id im.
1 Sa. 21. 5 Of a truth women, .kept from usaboutth.
5.1fnot, tr> Dx im lo.
Numi4. 28 (As truly as) I live, saith the LORD, as ye
Isa. 5. 9 Of a truth, many houses shall be desolate
6. Stability, faithfulness, nJIDK emunah.
Psa. 33. 4 For the word . . and allhis works . . in truth
Prov 12. 22 the LORD . . they that deal truly (are) his
7. Surely, truly, OjDx omnam.
Ruth 3. 12 now it is true that I (am thy) near kins.
2 Ki. 19. 17 Of a truth, LORD, the kings of Assyria
Job 9. 2 I know (it is) so of a truth : but how sho.
36. 4 For truly my words (shall)not (be) false
Isa. 37. 1 8 Of a truth, LORD, the kings of Assyria
8. Truth, faithfulness, n?K emeth.
Gen. 24. 49 now if ye will deal kindly and truly with
47. 29 deal kindly and truly with me ; bury me
Deut 17. 4 behold, (it be) true, (and) the thing cert.
22. 20 But if this thing be true, (and the tokens
Josh. 2. 12 show kindness, .and give me a true token
2. 14 that we will deal kindly and truly with
Judg. 9. 16 if ye have done truly and sincerely, in
9. 19 If ye then have dealt truly and sincerely
2 Sa. 7.28 thy words be true, and thou hast promised
1 Ki. io. 6 It was a true report that I heard in mine
22. 16 tell me nothing but (that which is) true
2 Ch. 9. 5 a true report which I heard in mine own
15. 3 Israel (hath been) without the true God
Neh. 9. 13 gavest them right judgments, and true
Psa. 19. 9 judgments of the LORD (are) true (and)
119. 160 Thy word (is) true (from) the beginning
Prov 14. 25 A true witness delivereth souls : but a de.
Jer. 10. 10 But the LORD (is) the true God, he (is) the
26. 15 for of a truth the LORD hath sent me unto
28. 9 known, that the LORD hath truly sent him
42. 5 The LOKD be a true and faithful witness
Eze. 1 8. 8 hath executed true judgment between
18. 9 and hath kept myjudgments, to deal truly
Dan. 8. 26 vision .which was told (is) true : where.
10. i thing (was) true, but the time appointed
Zech. 7. 9 Execute true judgment, and show mercy
9. Set up, certain, certainty, 3%sr yatstsib.
Dan. 3. 24 They answered and said unto the king,True
6. 12 king answered and said, The thing (is) true
10. That, because, ? ki.
Josh. 2. 24 Truly the LORD hath delivered into our
11. Right, established, D lj kenim.
Gen. 42. ii we (are) true (men), thy servants are no
42. 19 If ye (be) true (men), let one of your br.
42. 31 we said. .We (are) true (men) ; we are no
42. 33 Hereby shall I know that ye (are) true
42. 34 ye (are) no spies, but (that) ye (are) true
12. Truth, laid plan, K~\? tseda.
Dan. 3. 14 true,O Shadrach, Meshach.and Abed-nego
IS.To tithe, i\tfy asar, 3.
Deut. 14. 22 Thou shalt truly tithe all the increase of
14. Upon (or of) truth, (4* ) a\ii6eias (epi] alethei.
Luke2o. 21 thou . . teachest the way of God truly
15. True, genuine, honest, sincere, a.\T)6ri? alethes.
Matt 22. 16 we know that thou art true, and teachest
Marki2. 14 weknowthat thou art true, and carest for
John 3. 33 He. .hath set to his seal that God is true
4. 1 8 not thy husband: in that saidst thou truly
5. 31 witness of myself, my witness is not true
5. 32 witness which he witnesseth of me is true
7. 18 same is true, and no unrighteousness is in
8. 13 Pharisees therefore said, .record is nottr.
8. 14 my record is true : for I know whence I ca.
8. 16 yet if I judge, my judgment is [true], for
8. 17 that the testimony of two men is true
8. 26 but he that sent me is true ; and I speak to
10. 41 things that John spake of this man were t.
19. 35 and he knoweth that he saith true, that ye
21. 24 and we know that his testimony is true
Acts 12. 9 wist not that it was true which was done
Rom. 3. 4 yea, let God be true, but every man aliar
2 Co. 6. 8 good report : as deceivers, and (yet) true
Phil. 4. 8 whatsoever things are true, whatsoever
Titus i. 13 This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke
1 Pe. 5. 12 testifying that this is the true grace of God
2 Pe. 2. 22 happened, .according to the true proverb
i Jo. 2. 8 which thing is true in him and in you, be.
3 John 12 record ; and ye know that our record is tr.
16. True, real, sincere, veracious, dA.rjflii os alethmos.
Lukei6. ii who will commit to your trust the true
John i. 9 was the true light, which lighteth every
4. 23 when the true worshippers shall worship
4.37 herein is that saying true, One soweth,and
6. 32 my Father giveth you the true bread from
7. 28 he that sent me is true, whom ye know not
15. i I am the true vine, and my Father is the
17. 3 they might know thee the only true God
19. 35 bare record, and his record is true : and
i Th. i. 9 from idols to serve the living and true G.
Heb. 8. 2 minister of the sanctuary, and of the true
9. 24 hands, (which are) the figures of the true
10. 22 Let us draw near with a true heart, in full
i Jo. 2. 8 darkness is past, and the true light now
5. 20 that is true ; and we are in him that is true
5 20 This is the true God, and eternal life
Rev. 3. 7 he that is true, he that hath the key of
3. 14 saith the Amen, the faithful and true wi.
6. 10 holy and true, dost thou not judge and
15. 3 just and true (are) thy ways, thou king of
16. 7 Lord God Almighty, true and righteous
19. 2 For true and righteous (are) his judgments
19. 9 saith unto me, These are the true sayings
19. ii sat upon him. .called Faithful and True
21. 5 Write ; for these words are true and fai.
22. 6 These sayings (are) faithful and true, and
17. Truly, really, certainly, aXyQias alethOs.
Matt 14. 33 saying, Of a truth thou art the Son of God
27. 54 feared greatly, saying, Truly this was the
Markis. 39 said, Truly this man was the Son of God
Luke 9. 27 But I tell you of a truth, There be some
12. 44 Of a truth I say unto you, that he will ma.
21. 3 Of a truth I say unto you, that this poor
John 6. 14 This is of a truth that prophet that should
7. 40 Many, .said, Of a truth this is the prophet
i Th. 2.13 but, as it is in truth, the word of God, wh.
13./ deed, in truth, then, therefore, &pa ara.
Luken. 48 Truly ye bear witness that ye allow the
19. Genuine, legitimate, yvfiffio s gnSsios.
Phil. 4. 3 I entreat thee also, true yoke fellow, help
ZQ.Truly, indeed, /*/ man.
Matt. 9. 37 The harvest truly (is) plenteous, but the
17. ii Elias truly shall first come, and restore all
Marki4. 38 spirit truly (is) ready, but the flesh (is)we.
Lukeio. 2 harvest truly (is) great, but the labourers
22. 22 truly the Son of man goeth, as it was de.
Acts i. 5 For John truly baptized with water; but
3. 22 For Moses truly said unto the fathers, A
5. 23 prison [truly] found we shut with all saf.
2 Co. 12. 12 Truly the signs of an apostle were wrought
Heb. 7. 23 they truly were many priests, because th.
ii. 15 truly, if they had been mindful of that
21. Therefore, ptv olv men oun.
John2o. 30 many other signs truly did Jesus in the
22. Actually, 6vrus ontos.
1 Co. 14. 25 and report that God is in you of a truth
23. Stead;/, faithful, TTHTTOS pistos.
2 Co. i. 18 But. .God (is) true, our word toward you
1 Ti. 3. i This (is) a true saying, If a man desire the
TRUMP, trumpet, trumpeter
\.Tobloivatrumpet, iin chatsotser [v. I,, isn, 3].
2 Ch. 5. 13 It came even to pass, as the trumpeters
^.Trumpet, nyxn chatsotserah.
Kuaiio. 2 Make thee two trumpets of silver ; of a
10. 8 priests, shall blow with the trumpets : and
10. 9 ye shall blow an alarm with the trumpets
10. 10 ye shall blow with the trumpets over your
31. 6 and the trumpets to blow in his hand
2 Ki.n. 14 the princes and the trumpeters by the ki.
11. 14 the land rejoiced, and blew with trumpets
12. 13 snuffers, basins, trumpets, any vessels of
1 Ch. 13. 8 timbrels , and with cymbals, and with tru.
15. 24 did blow with the trumpets before the ark
15. 28 with trumpets, and with cymbals, making
16. 6 with trumpets continually before the ark
16. 42 with trumpets and cymbals for those that
2 Ch. 5.12 with them . . priests sounding with trump.
5. 13 lifted up (their) voice with the trumpets
13. 12 priests with sounding trumpets to cry al.
13. 14 and the priests sounded with the trumpets
15. 14 with shouting, and with trumpets, and
20. 28 harps and trumpets unto the house of the
23. 13 sounded with trumpets, also the singers
23. 13 and the princes and the trumpets by the
29. 26 Levites stood, .priests with the trumpet3
39. 27 song, .began (also) with the trumpets, and
29. 28 singers sang, and the trumpeters sounded
Ezra 3. 10 the priests in their apparel with trumpets
Neh. 12. 35 (certain) of the priests sons with trumpets
12. 41 Zechariah, (and) Hananiah, with trumpets
Psa. 98. 6 With trumpets and sound of cornet make
Hos. 5. 8 Blow ye., the trumpet in Ramah: cry al.
3. Jubilee, cornet, ram s horn, 7?v yobel.
Exod 19. 13 when the trumpet soundeth long, they
^.Trumpet, ~^v shophar.
Exod1 9. 1 6 the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud
19. 19 when the voice of the trumpet sounded
20. 1 8 noise of the trumpet, and the mountain
Lev. 25. 9 Then shalt thou cause the trumpet of the
25. 9 make the trumpet sound throughout all
Josh. 6. 4 before the ark seven trumpets of rams
6. 4 the priests shall blow with the trumpets
6. 5 when ye hear the sound of the trumpet
6. 6 let seven priests bear seven trumpets of
6. 8 seven priests bearing the seven trumpets
6. 8 blew with the trumpets : and the ark of
6. 9 the priests that blew with the trumpets
6. 9 going on, and blowing with the trumpets
6. 13 seven priests bearing seven trumpets of
6. 13 blew with the trumpets..blowing with.. tr.
6. 16 when the priests blew with the trumpets
6. 20 blew with the trumpets : and it came to
6. 20 people heard the sound of the trumpet
Judg. 3. 27 that he blew a trumpet in the mountain
6. 34 blew a trumpet ; and Abi-ezer was gathe
7. 8 took victuals in their hand, and their tru.
7. 1 6 he put a trumpet in every man s hand
7. 1 8 blow with a trumpet, .blow ye the trum.
7.19 blew the trumpets, and brake the pitchers
7. 20 blew the trumpets . . and the trumpets in
7. 22 three hundred blew the trumpets, and the
1 Sa. 13. 3 blew the trumpet throughout all the land
2 Sa. 2. 28 So Joabblewa trumpet, and all the people
6. 15 shouting, and with the sound of the tru.
15. 10 soon as ye hear the sound of the trumpet
18. 16 Joab blew the trumpet, and the people re.
20. i blew a trumpet, and said, We have no
20. 22 blew a trumpet, and they retired from the
1 Ki. i. 34 blow ye with the trumpet, and say, God
i. 39 blew the trumpet ; and all the people
i. 41 when Joab heard the sound of the trum.
2 Ki. 9. 13 blew with trumpets, saying, Jehu is king
Neh. 4. 18 he that sounded the trumpet (was) by me
4. 20 what place. .ye hear the sound of the tr.
Job 39. 24 believeth h e that (it is) the sound of the tr.
39. 25 He saith among the trumpets, Ha, ha ! and
Psa. 47. 5 shout, the LORD with the sound of a trum.
81. 3 Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, in
150. 3 Praise him with the sound of the trumpet
Isa. 18. 3 and when he bloweth a trumpet, hear ye
27. 13 great trumpet shall be blown, and they
58. i lift up thy voice like a trumpet, and shov
TRUST 1004 TRUTH
Jer. 4. 5 Blow ye the trumpet in the land : cry, gat.
4. 19 the sound of the trumpet, the alarm of
4. 21 standard, (and) hear the sound of the tru.
6. i blow the trumpet in Tekoa, and set up a
6. 1 7 Hearken to the sound of the trumpet. But
43. 14 nor hear the sound of the trumpet, nor
51. 27 blow the trumpet among the nations, pr.
Eze. 33. 3 he blow the trumpet, and warn the people
33. 4 whosoever heareth the sound of the tru.
33. 5 He heard the sound of the trumpet, and
33. 6 blow not the trumpet, and the people be
Hos. 8. i (Set) the trumpet to thy mouth. (He shall
Joel 2. i Blow ye the trumpet in Zion, and sound
2. 15 Blow the trumpet in Zion, sanctify a fast
Amos 2. 2 shall die . . with the sound of the trumpet
3. 6 Shall a trumpet be blown in the city and
Zeph. i. 16 A day of the trumpet and alarm against
Zech. 9. 14 GOD shall blow the trumpet, and shall go
5.A trumpet, yipl? taqoa.
Eze. 7. 14 They have blown the trumpet, even to m.
"3. A trumpet, ffd\iriy salpigx.
Matt24. 31 his angels with a great sound of a trump,
i Co.i4. 8 if the trumpet give an uncertain sound
1 5. 52 In a moment . . at the last trump: for the t.
i Th. 4. 16 the archangel, and with the trump ofGod
Heb. 12. 19 the sound of a trumpet, and the voice of
Rev. i. 10 heard, .a great voice, as of a trumpet
4. i as it were of a trumpet talking with me
8. 2 and to them were given seven trumpets
8. 6 the seven angels which had the seven tru.
8. 13 by reason of the other voices of the trum.
9. 14 Saying to . .sixth angel which had the tru.
7. A trumpeter, ffa\wi<TTris salpisles.
Rev. 18. 22 voice of harpers, .musicians, .trumpeters
TRUST
l.Jlefage, trust, iron chasuth.
Isa. 30. 3 therefore shall the . . trust in the shadow
2. Confidence, trust, npna mibtach.
Job 8. 14 and whose trust (shall be) a spider s web
Psa. 40. 4 that man that maketh the LORD his trust
71. 5 O Lord GOD. .my trust from my youth
Prov.22. 19 That thy trust may be in the LORD, I have
3. A refuge, JipTO machseh.
Psa. 73. 28 I have put my trust in the Lord GOD, that
4. Trust, confidence, irfiroi&riffis pepoithesis.
i Co. 3. 4 such trust have we through Christ to God
W3ST, to (commit to, first, make to, put in.have)
1. To remain stedfast, give credence, |9X aman, 5.
Judgn. 20 Sihon trusted not Israel to pass through
Job 4. 1 8 Behold, he put no trust in his servants
15. 15 Behold, he putteth no trust in his saints
15. 31 Let not him that is deceived trust in van.
Mic. 7. 5 Trust ye not in a friend, put ye not conf.
3.7o lean on, trust, be confident, nnj batach.
Deut28. 52 thy. .walls come down, wherein thou tru.
Judg2o. 36 they trusted unto the liers in wait which
a Ki.iS. 5 He trusted in the Lord GOD of Israel; so
18. 19 What confidence (is) this wherein thou tr.
18. 20 on whom dost thou trust, that thou rebe.
18. 21 thou trustest upon the staff of this bruised
18. 21 so (is) Pharaoh, .unto all that trust in him
18. 22 if ye say unto me, We trust in the LORD
1 8. 24 put thy trust on Egypt for chariots and
19. 10 Let not thy God in whom thou trustest
1 Ch. 5. 20 entreated, .because they put their trust
2 Ch.32. 10 Whereon do ye trust, that ye abide in the
Job 39. ii Wilt thou trust him, because his strength
40. 23 he trusteth that he can draw up .Jordan
Psa. 4. 5 Offer, .and put your trust in the LORD
9. 10 they that know thy name will put their t.
13. 5 I have trusted in thy mercy; my heart
21. 7 the king trusteth in the LORD ; and thro
22. 4 Our fathers trusted in thee ; they trusted
22. 5 they trusted in thee, and were not confo.
25. 2 O my God, I trust in thee : let me not be
a6. i Judge me.. I have trusted also in the LORD
28. 7 my heart trusted in him, and I am helped
31. 6 I have hated them, .butl trust in the Lo.
31. 14 I trusted in thee, O LORD : I said, Thou
32. 10 he that trusteth in the LORD, mercy shall
33. 21 because we have trusted in his holy name
37. 3 Trust in the LORD, and do good ; so shalt
37. 5 trust also in him, and he shall bring (it)
40. 3 many shall see (it) . . and shall trust in the
41. 9 mine own familiar friend, in whom I trus.
44. 6 I will not trust in my bow, neither shall
49. 6 They that trust in their wealth, and boast
52. 7 trusted in the abundance of his riches
52. 8 I trust in the mercy of God for ever and
55. 23 shall not live, .but I will trust in thee
56. 3 What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee
56. 4 in God I have put my trust ; Lwill notfe
56. ii In God have I put my trust : I will not be
62. 8 Trust in him at all times ; ye people, pour
62. 10 Trust not in oppression, and become not
78. 22 they believed not in God, and trusted not
84. 12 blessed (is) the man that trusteth in thee
86. 2 save thy servant that trusteth in thee
91. 2 my fortress : my God ; in him will I trust
112. 7 his heart is fixed, trusting in the LORD
115. 8 (so is) every one that trusteth in them
115. 9 O Israel, trust thou in the LORD: he(is)th.
115. 10 O house of Aaron, trust in the LORD: he
115- ii Ye that fear the LORD, trust in the LORD
119. 42 wherewith to answer, .for I trust in thy
Mi. i They that trust in the LORD (shall be) as
Psa. 1 3 5. 1 8 (so is) every one that trusteth in them
143. 8 Cause me to hear, .for in thee do I trust
146. 3 Put not your trust in princes, (nor) in the
Prov. 3. 5 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and
11. 28 He that trusteth in his riches shall fall: but
1 6. 20 whoso trusteth in the LORD, happy (is) he
28. 25 he that putteth his trust in the LORD shall
28. 26 He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool
29. 25 whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall
31. ii The heart of her husband doth, .trust in
Isa. 12. 2 I will trust, and not be afraid : for the L.
26. 3 wilt keep (him), .because he trusteth in th.
26. 4 Trust ye in the LORD for ever : for in the
30. 12 trust in oppression and pcrverseness, and
31. i stay on horses, and trust in chariots, bee.
36. 4 What confidence (is) this wherein thou tr.r
36. 5 on whom dost thou trust, that thou rebe.
36. 6 thou trustest in the staff of this broken re.
36. 6 so (is) Pharaoh, .to all that trust in him
36. 7 if thou say to me, We trust in the LORD
36. 9 put thy ti*ust on Egypt for chariots and for
37. 10 Let not thy God in whom thoutrustestde.
42. 17 they shall be greatly ashamed, that trust
47. 10 thou hast trusted in thy wickedness : thou
50. 10 let him trust in the name of the LORD, and
59. 4 they trust in vanity, and speak lies ; they
Jer. 5. 17 thy fenced cities, wherein thou trustedst
7. 4 Trust ye not in lying words, saying, The
7. 8 ye trust in lying words, that cannot profit
7. 14 will I do unto (this) house, .wherein ye tr.
9. 4 Take ye heed . . and trust ye not in any br.
12. 5 (if) in the land of peace, (wherein) thoutr.
13. 25 thou hast forgotten me, and trusted in fa.
17. 5 Cursed (be) the man that trusteth in man
17. 7 Blessed (is) the man that trusteth in the
39. 18 because thou hast put thy trust in me, sa.
46. 25 even Pharaoh, and (all) them that trust
48. 7 thou hast trusted in thy works and in thy
49. 4 that trusted in her treasures, (saying), Who
49. 1 1 I will preserve . . and let thy widows trust
Eze. 16. 15 thou didst trust in thine own beauty, and
33. 13 if he trust to his own righteousness, and
Hos. 10. 13 because thou didst trust in thy way, in the
Amos 6. i Woe to them (that), .trust in the mount.
Hab. 2. 1 8 that the maker of his work trusteth ther.
Zeph. 3. 2 she trusted not in the LORD ; she drew not
3. To cause to trust, be confident, naj batach, 5.
2 Ki.iS. 30 Neither let Hezekiah make you trust in
Isa. 36. 15 Xeither let Hezekiah make you trust in
Jer. 28. 15 thou makest this people to trust in a lie
29. 31 Shemaiah. .caused you to trust in a lie
4. To roll on, devolve, VSa galal.
Psa. 22. 8 He trusted on the LORD (that) he would
5. To stay self, V n, nn chul, chil, Sa.
Job 35. 14 judgment (is) before him ; therefore trust
6. To take refuge, trust, nijn chasah.
I)eut32. 37 Where, .their gods, .rock in whom they tr.
Judg. 9. 15 come, .put your trust in my shadow, and
Ruth 2. 1 2 under whose wings thou art come to trust
2 Sa. 22. 3 The God of my rock ; in him will I trust
22. 31 he (is) a buckler to all them that trust in
Psa. 2. 12 Blessed (are) all they that put their trust
5.11 let all those that put their trust in thee
7. i O LORD, .in thee do I put my trust : save
ii. i In the LORD put I my trust: how say ye
1 6. i Preserve me. .in thee do I put my trust
17. 7 hand them which put their trust (in thee)
18. 2 my strength, in whom I will trust; mybu.
1 8. 30 he (is) a buckler to all those that trust in
25. 20 let me not be ashamed, for I put my trust
31. i In thee, O LORD, do I put my trust; let
31. 19 thou hast wrought for them that trust in
34. 8 blessed (is) the man (that) trusteth in him
34. 22 none of them that trust in him shall be de.
36. 7 the children of men put their trust under
37. 40 and save them, because they trust in him
57. i my soul trusteth in thee : yea, in the sha.
61. 4 I will abide. .1 will trust in the covert of
64. 10 The righteous, .shall trust in him; and all
71. i In thee, O LORD, do I put my trust ; let
91. 4 under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth
118. 8, 9 (It is) better to trust in the LORD than
141 . 8 in thee is my trust ; leavenot my soul de.
144. 2 my shield, and (lie) in whom I trust; who
Prov 30. 5 a shield unto them that put their trust in
Isa. 14. 32 and the poor of his people shall trust in
30. 2 go down.. to trust in the shadow of Egypt?
57. 13 he that putteth his trust in me.shall pos.
Nah. i. 7 and he knoweth them that trust in him
Zeph. 3. 12 they shall trust in the name of the LORD
7. To (make to) wait with hope, 7n; yuchal, 3.
Job 13. 15 Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him
Isa. 51. 5 the isles, .on mine arm shall they trust
8. To trust one s self on, ]rn rechats, 7.
Dan. 3. 28 delivered his servants that trusted in him
S.To hope, t\irifa clpizo.
Matt 12. 21 And in his name shall the Gentiles trust
Luke24. 21 we trusted that it had been he which sh.
John 5. 45 there is (one)., (even) Mores, in whom yetr.
Rom. 1 5. 12 Esaias saith . .in him shall the Gentiles tr.
15. 24 I trust to see you in my journey, and to
1 Co. 16. 7 I trust to tarry a while with you, if the
2 Co. 1. 10 in whom we trust that he will yet deliver
1. 13 I trust ye shall acknowledge even to the
5. ii I trust also are made manifest in yourco.
13. 6 I trust that ye shall know that we are not
Phil. 2. 19 I trust in the Lord Jesus to send Timoth.
i Ti. 4. 10 we trust in the living God, -who is the
5. 5 trusteth in God, and continueth in supp.
6. 17 nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the
Phm. 22 I trust that through your prayers I shall
1 Pe. 3. 5 the holy women also, who trusted in God
2 John 12 I trust to come unto you, arid speak face
3 John 14 I trust I shall shortly see thee, and we sh.
10. To persuade, irfiOta peithu.
Matt 27. 43 He trusted in God; let him deliver him
Mark10. 24 how hard is it for them that trustinricl.es
Luken. 22 he taketh. .his armour wherein he trusted
18. 9 certain which trusted in themselves that
2 Co. i. 9 should not trust in ourselves, but in God
10. 7 If any man trust to himself that he is Ch.
Phil. 2. 24 I trust in the Lord that I also myself sh.
3. 4 that he hath whereof he might trust in
Heb. 2. 13 And again, I will put my trust in him. And
13. 18 we trust we have agood conscience, in all
11. To trust, hare confidence, believe, iriffrtvco piste.
Lukei6. ii who will commit to your trust the true
i Th. 2. 4 allowed.. to be put in trust withiTi.i.n
12. To hope first or before others, vpotKiriftt proel.
Eph. i. 1 2 be to the praise of his glory, who first trust.
TRUSTY
To be steady, JCK aman, 2.
Job 12. 20 He removeth away the speech of the tru.
TRUTH, (of a)
.Stedfastness, J1CK emun.
Isa. 26. 2 that the . . nation which keepeth the truth
Z.Stedfastness, stability, ijieg emunah.
Deut-32. 4 a God of truth, and without iniquity, just
Psa. 89. 49 thou swarest unto David in thy truth?
96. 13 he shall judge, .the people with his truth
98. 3 hath remembered his mercy and his truth
loo. 5 and his truth (endureth) to all generations
119. 30 I have chosen the way of truth; thy judg.
Prov. 12. 17 (He that) speaketh truth showeth forth ri.
Isa. 59. 4 None calleth. .nor (any) pleadeth for truth
Jer. 5. i if there be (any), .that seeketh the truth
5. 3 O LORD, (are) not thine eyes upon the tr.?
7. 28 truth is perished, and is cutoff from their
9. 3 they are not valiant for the truth upon the
3. Amen, so it is, so be it, jffN amen.
Isa. 65. 1 6 in the God of truth, .bj the God of truth
4. Stedfast, ]2N omen.
Isa. 25. i counsels of old (are) faithfulness (and) tr.
S.Stedfastness, truth, TON emeth.
Gen. 24. 27 left destitute .. of his mercy and his truth
32. 10 I am not worthy . .of all the truth, which
42. 16 proved, whether (there be any) truth in
ExodiS. 21 such as fear God, men of truth, hating co.
34. 6 and abundant in goodness and truth
Deut.i3. 14 (if it be) truth, and the thing certain, (th.)
Josh. 24. 14 and serve him in sincerity and in truth
Judg. 9. 15 If in truth ye anoint me king over you
1 Sa. 12. 24 and serve him in truth with all your he.
2 Sa. 2. 6 now the LORD show kindness and truth
15. 20 return thou. .mercy and truth (be) witli
1 Ki. 2. 4 to walk before me in truth with all their
3. 6 he walked before thee in truth, and In ri.
17. 24 the word of the LORD in thy mouth (is) tr.
2 Ki.2o. 3 I have walked before thee in truth and
20. 19 (Is it) not (good), if peace and truth be in
2 Ch. 18. 15 that thou say nothing butthe truth to me
31. 20 wrought, .good and right and truth before
Esth. 9. 30 he sent, .(with) words of peace and truth
Psa. 15. 2 He that, .speaketh the truth in his heart
25. 5 Lead me in thy truth, and teach me, for
25. 10 the paths of the LORD (are) mercy and tr.
26. 3 and I have walked in thy truth
30. 9 dust praise thee? shall it declare thy truth?
31. 5 thou hast redeemed me, O Lord GOD oft.
40. 10 I have not concealed, .thy truth from the
40. ii let thy loving kindness and thy truth con.
43. 3 send out thy light and thy truth : let
45. 4 because of truth and meekness (and) rig.
51. 6 thou desirest truth in the inward parts
54. 5 mine enemies : cut them off in thy truth
57. 3 God shall send forth his mercy and his tr.
57. 10 unto the heavens, and thy truth unto the
61. 7 prepare mercy and truth, which may pre.
69. 130 God. .hear me, in the truth of thy salv.
71. 22 I will also praise, .thy truth, O my God
85. 10 Mercy and truth are met together ; right.
85. ii Truth shall spring out of the earth ; and
86. ii I will walk in thy truth : unite my heart
86. 15 (art) a God. .plenteous in mercy and truth
89. 14 mercy and truth shall go before thy face
91. 4 his truth (shall be thy) shield and buckler
108. 4 and thy truth (reacheth) unto the clouds
in. 8 (and are) done m truth and uprightness
115. t for thy mercy, (and) for thy truth s sake
117. 2 and the truth of the LORD (endureth) for
119. 43 take not the word of truth utterly out of
119, 142 Thy righteousness . . thy law (is) thetruth
119. 151 and all thy commandments are truth
132. ii The LORD hath sworn (in) truth unto Da.
138. 2 for thy loving kindness and for thy truth
145. 18 nigh, .to all that call upon him in truth
146. 6 Which made heaven . . which keepeth tru.
Prov. 3. 3 Let not mercy and truth forsake tnee, bind
8. 7 my mouth shall speak truth ; and wicked.
12. 19 The lip of truth shall be established for
14. 22 mercy and truth (shall be) to them that de.
1 6. 6 By mercy and truth iniquity is purged
20.28 Mercy ,ind truth preserve the kins; and
TRUTH 1005 TURN
Prov 22. 21 know the certainty of the words of truth
22. 21 mightest answer the words of truth to th.
23. 23 Buy the truth, aud sell (it) not ; (also) wi.
Eccl. 12. 10 (that which was) written (was), .words oft.
Isa. 10. 20 stay upon. .the Holy One of Israel, in truth
16. 5 he shall sit upon it in truth in the tabern.
8. 3 I have walked before thee in truth and
.)8. 18 they that go. .cannot hope for thy truth
38. 19 to the children shall make known thy tr.
39. 8 there shall be peace and truth in my days
42. 3 he shall bring forth judgment unto truth
43. 9 or let them hear, and say, (It is) truth
48. i (but) not in truth, nor in righteousness
59. 14 truth is fallen in the street, and equity
59. 15 Yea, truth faileth; and he (that) depart.
61. 81 will direct their work in truth, and I
Jer. 4. 2 The LORD liveth, in truth, in judgment
9. 5 willdeceive . . and will not speak the truth
33. 6 reveal . . the abundance of peace and truth
Dan. 8. 12 it cast down the truth to the ground ; and
9. 13 we might turn . . and understand thy truth
10. 21 which is noted in the scripture of truth
11. 2 now will I show thee the truth. Behold
Hos. 4. i (there is) no truth, nor mercy, nor knowl.
Mic. 7. 20 Thou wilt perform the truth to Jacob.(and)
Zech. 8. 3 Jerusalem shall be called, A city of truth
8. 8 I will be their God, in truth and in right.
8. 16 Speak ye every man the truth to his neig.
8. 1 6 execute the judgment of truth and peace
8. 19 cheerful feasts; therefore love the truth
Mai. 2. 6 The law of truth was in his mouth, and
6. To be set up, certain, true, iy yetseb, 3.
Dan. 7. 19 I would know the truth of the fourth be.
7. Set up, certain, true, TX; yalstsib.
Dan. 7. 16 I came, .and asked him the truth of all
8. Truth, y\vp qeshot.
Dan. 4. 37 king of heaven, all whose works (are) truth
2. 47 Of a truth (it is), that your God (is) a God
S.Truth, es: p qoshet.
Psa. 60. 4 that it maybe displayed because of the t.
10. Truth, vyp qosht.
Prov 22. 21 know the certainty of the words of truth
\\.Truth, d\?}0e(ot aletheia.
Matt 22. 16 teachest the way of God in truth, neither
Mark 5. 33 came and fell. ,aad told him all the truth
12. 14 but teachest the way of God in truth
12. 32 thou hast said the truth ; for there is one
Luke 4. 25 I tell you of a truth, many widows were
22. 59 Of a truth this (fellow) also was with him
John i. 14 beheld his glory, .full of grace and truth
i. 17 (but) grace and truth came by Jesus Chr
3. 21 he that doeth truth cometh to the light
4. 23 worship the Father in spirit and in truth
4. 24 they, .must worship, .in spirit and in tr.
5. 33 John, and he bare witness unto the truth
8. 32 shall know the truth, and the truth shall
8. 40 a man that hath told you the truth, wh.
8. 44 not in the truth, because there is no tru.
8. 45 because I tell (you) the truth, ye believe
8. 46 if I say the truth, why do ye not believe
14. 6 I am the way,and the truth, and the life, no
14. 17 (Even) the spirit of truth; whom the wor
15. 26 the spirit of truth, which proceedeth from
16. 7 I tell you the truth ; It is expedient for
16. 13 Howbeit when he, the spirit of truth, is
16. 13 he will guide you into all truth : for he
17. 17 Sanctify, .thy truth : thy word is truth
17. 19 also might be sanctified through the truth
18. 37 that I should bear witness unto the truth
18. 37 Every one that is of the truth heareth my
18. 38 Pilate saith unto him, What is truth? And
Acts 4. 27 For of a truth against thy holy child Jes.
10. 34 Of a truth I perceive that God is no resp.
26. 25 speak forth the words of truth and sober.
Kom. i. 18 who hold the truth in unrighteousness
1. 25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie
2. 2 the judgment of God is according to truth
2. 8 unto them that . . do not obey the truth
2. 20 which hast the form of knowledge, .truth
3. 7 if the truth of God hath more abounded
9. i I say the truth in Christ, I lie not, my c.
15. 8 minister of the circumcision for the truth
z Co. 5. 8 the unleavened (bread) of sincerity and tr.
13. 6 Rejoiceth not hi iniquity, but. .in the tr.
? Co. 4. 2 by manifestkm of the truth commending
6. 7 By the word of truth, by the power of G.
7. 14 as we spake all things to you in truth, ev.
7. 14 which (I made) before Titus, is found a tr.
11. 10 As the truth of Christ is in me. no man
12. 6 I will say the truth : but (now) I forbear
13. 8 nothing against the truth, but for the trut.
Gal. 2. 5 that the truth of the Gospel might conti.
2. 14 walked not.. according to the truth of the
3. i [that ye should not obey the truth, before]
5. 7 that ye should not obey the truth
Eph. i. 13 after that ye heard the word of truth, the
4. 21 have been taught by him, as the truth is
4- 25 speak every man truth with his neighbour
5- 9 all goodness and righteousness and truth
6. 14 having your loins girt about with truth
Phil. 1. 18 whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ
Col. i. 5 ye heard before in the word of the truth
1. 6 heard . . and knew the grace of God in tru.
2 Th. 2. 10 because they received not. .love of the t.
2. 12 might be damned who believed not thetr.
2. 13 chosen you. .through, .belief of the truth
z Ti. a. 4 to wrne unto the knowledge of the truth
i TL 2. 7 I speak the truth in Christ, (and) lie not
3. 15 church.. pillar and ground of the truth
4- 3 them which believe and know the truth
6. 5 disputing! of men. .destitute of the truth
a Ti. 2. 15 workman, .rightly dividing the word of t.
2. 18 Who concerning the truth have erred, sa.
2. 25 repentance to. .acknowledging of the tru.
3. 7 able to come to the knowledge of the tru.
3. 8 so do these also resist the truth : men of
4. 4 shall turn away (their) ears from the tru.
Titus i. i the acknowledging of the truth which is
1. 14 fables, .of men, that turn from the truth
Heb. 10. 26 have received the knowledge of the truth
Jas. i. 18 begat he us with the word of truth, that
3. 14 glory not, aud lie not against the truth
5. 19 if any of you do err from the truth, and
T Pe. i. 22 in obeying the truth through the spirit
1. 12 and be established in the present truth
2. 2 by reason of whom the way of truth shall
Jo. i. 6 walk in darkness, we. .do not the truth
1. 8 we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not
2. 4 He that saith. .is a liar, and the truth is
2. 21 not written .because ye know not the tr.
2. 21 ye know it, and that no lie is of the truth
3. 18 let us not love in word. .but. .in truth
3. 19 we know that we are of the truth, and sh.
Pe.
2 John
3 John
12. Indeed,
6 Hereby know we the spirit of truth, and
6 beareth witness, because the spirit is tr.
i her children, whom I love in the truth
1 also all they that have known the truth
2 For the truth s sake, which dwelleth in
3 Grace be with you . . in truth and love
4 I found of thy children walking in truth, as
i well beloved Gaius, whom I love in the tr.
3 testified of the truth . . walkest in the tru.
4 to hear that my children walk in truth
8 we might be fellow helpers to. .tr. v. 12.
ontiJs, i Co. 14. 25.
Psa.
13. True, genuine, honest,^ sincere, dAr/0Tjy alethes.
i Jo. 2. 27 is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath
14. Verily, indeed, truly, vai nai.
Matt 15. 27 Truth, Lord : yet the dogs eat of the cru.
TRUTH, to tell or speak the
To speak truly, or the truth, a\Ti0euia aletheuo.
Gal. 4. 16 your enemy, because I tell you the truth
Eph. 4. 15 speaking the truth in love, may grow up
TRY, be tried, to
1.7 o try, prove, test, jrrp bachan.
1 Ch.2g. 17 I know also, my God, that thou triest the
Job 7. 18 visit him every morning, (and) try him ev.
12. ii Doth not the ear try words? and theme.
23. 10 he hath tried me, I shall come forth as
34. 3 For the ear trieth words, as the mouth ta.
7. 9 the righteous God trieth the hearts and
ii. 4 behold, hiseyelids try, the children of men
ii. 5 LORD trieth the righteous ; bu^ the wicked
139. 23 Search me. .try me, and know my thoughts
Prov. 1 7. 3 for gold : but the LORD trieth the hearts
Jer. 6. 27 that thou mayest know and try their way
9. 7 I will melt them, and try them, for how
11. 20 that triest the reins and the heart, let me
12. 3 hast seen me, and tried mine heart toward
17. 10 try the reins, even to give every man ace.
20. 12 LORD of hosts, that triest the righteous
Zech. 13. 9 will try them as gold is tried, they shall
2. To search, investigate, -ipn chaqar.
Lam. 3. 40 Let us search and try our ways, and turn
3. To try, prove, ,ig: nasah, 3.
2 Ch. 3 2. 31 God left him, to try him, that he might
4. To refine, try, purify, q-iy tsaraph.
Judg 7. 4 bring them down . and I will try them for
Psa. 17. 3 thou hast tried me, (and) shalt find nothi.
26. 2 Examine me . . try my reins and my heart
66. 10 thou, O God. .hast tried us, as silver is tr.
105. 19 word came : the word of the LORD tried
Dan. ii. 35 to try them, and to purge, and to make
5. To try, assay, prove, SoKi/udfa dokimazo.
i Co. 3.13 the fire shall try every man s work of what
i Th. 2. 4 pleasing. .God, which trieth our hearts
i Pe. i. 7 of your faith .though it lie tried with fire
i Jo. 4. i try the spirits whether they are of God
6. To try, tempt, pierce through, weipdfa peirazo.
Heb. ii. 17 By faith Abraham, when he was tried, off.
Rev. 2. 2 thou hast tried them which say they are
2. 10 cast, .you into prison, that ye may be tr.
3. 10 come, .to try them that dwell upon the ea.
7. For a trial,proving, temptation, irpbs ireipa<r/j.dv.
i Pe. 4. 12 concerning the fiery trial which is to try
8. To be set onfire, Tri/poo/xai puroomai.
Rev. 3. 18 I counsel thee to buy of me gold tried in
TRYING
A proof, test, SoKtfj.ioi dokimion.
Jas. i. 3 the trying of your faith worketh patience
TRY-PHE -NA, Tpvipatva. A female in F.ome, to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom 1 6. 12 Salute T. and Tryphosa, who labour in the
TRY-PHO -SA, Tpv<pw<ra. A female in Rome, to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom 16. 12 Salute Tryphena and T., who labour iu the
TTJ -BAL, *?5n, ^n.
1. A son of Japheth. B.C. 2300.
Gen. 10. 2 and Javan.andT., and Meshech, and Tlras
i Ch. i. 5 and Javan, and T., and Meshech, and Tiras
2. The Tibarenes, S. of Black Sea, and W. of Colchis
whence they went to Spain, Sicily, &c.
Isa. 66. 19 I will send those that escape, .(to) T. and
Eze. 27. 13 Javan, T., and Meshech, they (were) thy
32. 26 There (is) Meshech, T., and all her mult
38. 2, 3 Gog.the chief prince of Meshech and T.
39. i Gog, the chief prince of Meshech and T.
TU-BAL CA IN, j-p ^yn.
Son of Zillah, one of Lamech s wives, and sister of
Naamah, of the race of Cain. B.C. 3800.
Gen. 4. 22 T., an instructor, .and the sister of T.
TUMBLE, to
To turn self, tumble, ^5.7 haphak, 7.
Judg. 7 . 13 a cake of barley bread tumbled into the
TUMULT, (to make a), tumultuous
l.Sons of desolation, wasting, noise, jiny jjffejj].
Jer. 48. 45 crown of the head of the tumultuous ones
2. To roar, move, sound, make a noise, ."^n hamah.
Psa. 83. 2 For, lo, thine enemies make a tumult
Isa. 22. 2 Thou that art full of stirs, a tumultuous
3. Multitude, noise, stone, port hamon.
1 Sa. 4. 14 What (meaneth) the noise of this tumult ?
2 Sa. 18. 29 I saw a great tumult, but I knew not wh.
Psa. 65. 7 Which stilleth the noise, .and the tumult
Isa. 33. 3 At the noise of the tumult the people fled
^.Tumult, nVioq hamullah.
Jer. ii. 16 with the noise of a great tumult he hath
5. Trouble, destruction, mjinp melmmah.
Amos 3. 9 and behold the great tumults in the midst
Zech 14. 13 a great tumult from the LORD shall be
6. Desolation, wasting, noise, fixy shaon.
Psa. 74. 23 the tumult of those that rise up against
Isa. 13. 4 a tumultuous noise of the kingdoms of
Hos. 10. 14 Therefore shall a tumult arise among thy Amos 2. 2 Moab shall die with tumult, with shout.
T. At ease, quiet, insolent\ \^y shaanan.
2 Ki. 19. 28 Because thy rage against me and thy tu.
Isa. 37. 29 Because thy rage against me, and thy tu.
8. Instability, b.K.a.ra.ffra.(ria. akatastasia.
2 Co. 6. 5 In stripes, in imprisonments, in tumults
12. 20 backbitings, whisperings, swellings, turn.
9.^-1 tumidt,tumultuous assembly, Gopvfios thoiubos.
Matt27. 24 When Pilate saw that . . rather a tumult
Mark 5. 38 seeth the tumult, and them that wept
Acts 21. 34 could not knowthe certainty for the turn.
24. 18 neither with multitude, nor with tumult.
TURN, turning
I. Corner, angle, turning, yipp miqtsoa.
2 Ch.26. 9 Uzziah built towers, .at the turning (of
-Veh. 3. 19, 20, 24, 25 the turning (of the wall)
2. To be turned round about. 330 sabab, 6.
Eze. 41. 24 the doors had two leaves, .two turning
3.7*0 turn back, 3?s* shub.
2 Ch-36. 13 hardened his heart from turning unto.
4. Turn, row, garland, Tin tor.
Esth. 2. 12 when every maid s turn was come to go
2. 15 when the turn of Esther, the daughter of
5.A turning, rpoirj} trope.
Jas. i. 17 no variableness, neither shadow of turn.
TURN (to, unto, back;, be turned, to
I. To exult, pi duts.
Job 41. 22 and sorrow is turned into joy before him
2.7*0 turn, be turned, overturn, TiSn haphak.
Exodio. 19 the LORD turned a mighty strong west wi.
Lev. 13. 3 the hail- in the plague is turned white, and
13. 4 hair thereof be not turned white ; then
13. 10 it have turned the hair white, and (there
13. 13 plague : it is all turned white : he (is) cl.
13. 20 hair thereof be turned white ; the priest
Deut2-j. 5 turned the curse intoa blessing unto thee
Josh. 7. 8 when Israel turneth their backs before
i 88.25. 12 So David s young men turned their way
1 Ki.22. 34 Turn thine hand, and carry me out of the
2 Ki. 9. 23 Joram turned his hands, and fled, and sa.
21. 13 wiping (it), and turning (it) upside down
2 Ch. 9. 12 So she turned, and went away to her own.
18. 33 Turn thine hand, that thou mayest carry
Xeh. 13. 2 howbeit our God turned the curse into a
Psa. 30. ii Thouhastturnedformemymourninginta
66. 6 He turned the sea into dry (land): they
78. 44 had turned their rivers into blood ; and
105. 25 He turned their heart to hate his people
105. 29 He turned their waters into blood, and
114. 8 Which turned the rock (into) a standing
Jer. 31. 13 for I will turn their mourning into joy
Lam. 3. 3 he turneth his hand (against me) all the
Amos 5. 7 Ye who turn judgment to wormwood, and
5. 8 turneth the shadow of death into the mo.
6.12 for ye have turned judgment into gall, and
8. 10 I will turn your feasts into mourning, ami
Zeph. 3. 9 For then will I turn to the people a pure
Hos. 7. 8 Ephraim . . Ephraim is a cake not turned
3.7*0 be turned, overturned, ijsn haphak, 2.
Exod 7. 15 the rod which was turned to a serpent
7. 17 smite, .and they shall be turned to blood
TURN 1006 TURN

Exod. 7. 20 waters that (were) in the river were turned
14. 5 heart of Pharaoh . . was turned against the
Lev 13. 17 the plague be turned into white; then the
13. 25 (if) the hair in the bright spot be turned
i Sa 10. 6 and shalt be turned into another man
Estli. q. 22 month which was turned unto them from
Job 19. 19 they whom I loved are turned against me
20. 14 his meat in his bowels is turned, .the gall
41! 28 sling stones are turned with him iuto st.
Psa. 32. 4 my moisture is turned into the drought
Isa. 34. 9 streams thereof shall be turned into pitch
63. 10 therefore he was turned to be their enemy
Jer. 2. 21 how then art thou turned into the degen.
30. 6 and all faces are turned into paleness?
Lam. i. 20 mine heart is turned within me, for I ha.
5. 2 Ourinheritance is turned to strangers, our
5. 15 ceased ; our dance is turned into mourn.
Eze. 4. 8 thou shalt not turn thee from one side to
Dan. 10. 8 for my comeliness was turned in me into
10. 1 6 by the vision my sorrows are turned upon
Hos. ii. 8 Mine heart is turned within me, my rep.
Joel 2. 31 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and
4. To be turned, overturned, 15? haphak, 6.
Job 30. 15 Terrors are turned upon me, they pursue
5. To turn or overturn self, ~5n haphak, 7.
Job 37. 12 it is turned round about by his counsels
38. 14 It is turned as clay (to) the seal; and they
6. To incline, stretch out, turn aside, nj?}
natah.
Gen. 38. i Judah.. turned into a certain Adullamite
38. 16 he turned unto her by the way, and said
.Nuimo. 17 we will not turn to the right hand nor to
20. 21 wherefore Israel turned away from him
21. 22 we will not turn into the fields, or into
22. 26 no way to turn either to the right hand
22. 33 the ass saw me, and turned from me th.
22. 33 unless she had turned from me, surely
i Sa.i4. 7 Do all that (is) in thine heart : turn thee
i Sa. 2. 19 turned not to the right hand nor to the
i Ki. 2. 28 had turned after Adonijah, though hetu.
11. 9 because his heart was turned from the L.
Job 31. 7 If my stephath turned out of theway, and
Prov. 4. 27 Turn not to the right hand nor to the left
7 .To stretchout, turn aside, incline, nip: natah, 5.
Num22. 23 Balaam smote the ass, to turn her into
Job 24. 4 They turn the needy out of the way, the
Prov2i. i he turneth it whithersoever he will
Isa. 30. ii turn aside out of the path, cause the Holy
8. To gice, jnj nathan.
Deut 14. 25 Then shalt thou turn (it) into money, and
3 Ch. 29. 6 For our fathers have, .turned (their) bac.
9. To go, turn, or bring round about, 3jp sabab.
1 Sa. 22. 17 Turn, and slay the priests of the LORD
22. 18 Turn thou, and fall upon the priests
2 Ki. 9. 18, 19 What hast thou to do with peace? turn
Song 2. 17 turn, my beloved, and be thou like a roe
10. To be, go, turn or bring round about, 32IJ sabab,2.
Jfum 34. 4 your border shall turn from the south to
1 Sa. 17. 30 he turned from him toward another, and
22. 18 Doeg the Edomiteturned.and he fell upon
2 Sa. 14. 24 Let him turn to his own house, and let him
Prov 26. 14 (As) the door turneth upon his hinges, so
Jer. 6. 12 their houses shall be turned unto others
Eze. i. 9 they turned not when they went; they
i. 12, 17 (and) they turned not when they went
10. ii, ii they turned not as they went
10. 1 6 wheels also turned not from beside them
26. 2 she is turned unto me; I shall be repleni
Hab. 2. 16 shall be turned unto thee, and shameful
Zech.i4. 10 All the land shall be turned as a plain fr.
11. To go, turn or bring round about, :;p sabab, 5.
JudgiS. 23 they turned their faces, and said unto M.
i Ki. 8. 14 king tumed his face about, and blessed
1 8. 37 thou hast turned their heart back again
, 2 Ki.i6. 18 turned he from the house of the LoRDfor
20. 2 Then he turned his face to the wall, and
23. 34 turned his name to Jehoiakim, and took
1 Ch. 10. 14 turned the kingdom unto David the son
12. 23 came, .to turn the kingdom of Saul to him
3 Ch. 6. 3 king turned his face, and blessed the wh.
35. 22 Josiah would not turn his face from him
36. 4 turned his name to Jehoiakim. And Ne.
Ezra 6. 22 turned the heart of the king of Assyria
Isa. 38. 2 Then Hezekiah turned his face toward the
Eze. 7. 22 My face will I turn also from them, and
12.ro be turned back, XQ sug, 2.
Psa. 35. 4 let them be turned back and brought to
44. 18 Our heart is not turned back, neither have
70. 2 let them be turned backward, and put to
129. 5 Let them all be. .turned back that hate Z.
Isa. 42. 17 they shall be turned back, they shall
13.ro turn (or be turned) aside, I D sur.
Deut. 2.27! will neither turn unto the right hand nor
Josh. i. 7 turn not from it (to)the right hand or(to)
Judg. 2. 17 they turned quickly out of the way which
20. 8 neither will we any (of us) turn into his
2 Ki. 4. ii he turned into the chamber, and lay th.
2 Ch.2o. 10 turned from them, and destroyed them
14. To face, front, nfi panah.
Gen. 24. 49 that I may turn to the right hand, or to
Exod. 7. 23 Pharaoh turned and went into his house
10. 6 turned himself, and went out from Phar.
32. 15 Moses turned, and went down from the
Lev. 19. 4 Turn ye not unto idols, nor make to you.
20. 6 soul that turneth after such as have fam.
Num 14. 25 turn you, and get you into the wilderne.
21. 33 turned, and went up by the way of Bash.
Deut. i. 7 Turn you, and take your journey, and go
i. 24 they turned and went up into the moun.
1. 40 turn you, and take your journey into the
2. i Then we turned, and took our journey
2. 3 Ye have compassed, .turn you northward
2. 8 we turned and passed by the way of the
3. i Then we turned, and went up the way to
9. 15 So I turned, and came down from the mo.
10. 5 turned myself, and came down from the
16. 7 thou shalt turn in the morning, and go
31. 18 in that they are turned unto other gods
31. 20 then will they turn unto other gods, and
Josh. 7. 12 turned (their) backs before their enemies
Judg 18. 21 So they turned and departed, and put the
1 8. 26 he turned and went back unto his house
20. 42 Therefore they turned (their backs) before
20. 45 they turned and fled toward the wildern.
20. 47 six hundred men turned and fled to the
i Sa. 13. 17 one company turned unto the way (that
13. 1 8 another company turned the way (to) B.
13. 18 another company turned (to) the way of
1 Ki. 10. 13 so she turned, and went to her own cou.
17. 3 Get thee hence, and turn thee eastward
2 Ki. 2. 24 turned back, and looked on them, and
5. 12 So he turned, and went away in a rage
Job 5. i and to which of the saints wilt thou turn
Psa. 25. 16 Turn thee unto me, and have mercy upon
69. 16 turn unto me according to the multitude
86. 16 O turn unto me, and have mercy upon me
Prov 17. 8 whithersoever it turneth, it prospereth
Eccl. 2. 12 And I turned myself to behold wisdom
Isa. 13. 14 they shall every man turn to his own pe.
53. 6 we have turned every one to his own way
Jer. 2.27 for they have turned (their) back unto me
32. 33 they have turned unto me the back, and
50. 16 they shall turn every one to his people, and
Eze. 17. 6 whose branches turned toward him, and
36. 9 will turn unto you, and ye shall be tilled
15.To(cause to) face, or turn the face, n)$panah,5.
Judg 1 5. 4 turned tail to tail, and put a firebrand in
i Sa. 10. 9 he had turned his back to go from Samu.
Jer. 48. 39 how hath Moab turned the back with sh.
16.ro set, place, put, D y, oifr sum, sim.
Psa. 107. 33 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, and
107. 35 He turneth the wilderness into a standing
Isa. 21. 4 the night, .hath he turned into fear unto
1 7 . To turn aside, rafy satah.
Prov. 4. 15 Avoid it, pass not by it, turn from it
18. To turn back, as? shub 1, 5.
Exod. 4. 7 behold, it was turned again as his. .flesh
14. 2 Speak. . that they turn and encamp before
32. 12 Turn from thy fierce wrath, and repent of
Deut. 4. 30 if thou turn to the LORD thy God
13. 17 that the LORD may turn from the fierce.
30. 3 God will turn thy captivity, and haveco.
30. 10 if thou turn unto the LORD thy God with
Josh. 7. 26 the LORD turned from the fierceness of his
19. 12 turned from Sarid eastward toward the
19. 27 turneth toward the sun rising to Beth-da.
19. 29 the coast turneth to Ramah, and to the
19. 29 the coast turneth to Hosah; and the out.
19. 34 the coast turneth westward to Aznoth ta.
22. 23 we have built us an altar to turn from
22. 20 turn this day from following the LORD, to
24. 20 he will turn and do you hurt, and consu.
1 Ki.* 8. 33 shall turn again to thee, and confess thy
8. 35 turn from their sin, when thou afliictest
9. 6 if ye shall at all turn from following me
22. 33 that they turned back from pursuing him
2 Ki. 17. 13 Turn ye from your evil ways, and keep
23. 25 that turned to the LORD with all his heart
23. 26 the LORD turned not from the fierceness
24. i then he turned and rebelled against him
2 Ch. 6. 26 turn from their sin, when thou dost afflict
6. 37 turn and pray unto thee in the land of th.
7. 14 seek my face, and turn from their wicked
12. 12 the wrath of the LORD turned from him
15. 4 they in their trouble did turn unto the L.
36. 13 hardened his heart from turning unto the
Ezra 10 14 until the fierce wrath, .be turned from us
Neh. i. 9 (if) ye turn unto me, and keep my comm.
4. 4 turn their reproach upon their own head
9. 26 testified against them to turn them to th.
9. 35 neither turned they from their wicked wo.
Job 15. 13 That thou turnest thy spirit against God
23. 13 he (is) in one (mind), and who can turn
Job 42. jo LORD turned the captivity of Job, when
Psa. 7. i2 If he turn not, he will whet his sword: he
9. 17 The wicked shall be turned into hell, (and)
22. 27 the ends of the world shall . . turn unto
56. 9 then shall mine enemies turn back, this
81. 14 turned my hand against their adversaries
85. 3 thou hast turned from the fierceness of
85. 4 Turn us, O God of our salvation, and ca.
89. 43 Thou hast also turned the edge of his
90. 3 Thou turnest man to destruction, and sa.
119. 59 and turned my feet unto thy testimonies
1 19. 79 Let those that fear thee turn unto me, and
132. ii he will not turn from it; Of the fruit of
Prov. i. 23 Turn you at my reproof: behold, I will
Isa. i. 25 I will turn my hand upon thee, and pur.
9. 13 the people turneth not unto him that sm.
23. 17 she shall turn to her hire, and shall com.
28. 6 for strength to them that turn the battle
29. 17 Lebanon shall be turned into a fruitful
31. 6 Turn ye unto(him from)whom the child.
44. 25 turneth wise (men) backward, andmaketh
59. 20 unto them that turn from transgression
Jer. 2. 35 surely his anger shall turn from me: beh.
3. 7 Turn thou unto me: but she returned not
Jer. 3. jo Judah hath not turned unto me with her
3. 14 Turn, O backsliding children, saith the
8. 4 saith the LORD. .shall he turn away and
8. 6 every one turned to his course, as the ho.
18. 8 If that nation . . turn from their evil, I will
23. 22 they should have turned them from their
26. 3 If so be they will hearken, and turn every
31. 1 8 I shall be turned; for thou (art) the LORD
31. 19 Surely after that I was turned, I repented
34. ii But afterward they turned, and caused the
34. 15 ye were now turned, and had done right
34. 16 ye turned, and polluted my name, andca.
44. 5 nor inclined their ear to turn from their
Lam. i. 13 he hath turned me back; he hath made
3. 3 Surely against me is he turned . . all the day
5. 21 Turn thou us. .and we shall be turned
Eze. 3. 19 he turn not from his wickedness, nor from
3. 20 When a righteous (man) doth turn from
14. 6 Repent, and turn, .from your idols, and
18. 21 if the wicked will turn from all his sins
18. 30 Repent, and turn, .from all your trans".
18. 32 I have no pleasure . . wherefore turn . . and
33. 9 to turn from it ; if he do not turn from his
33. ii but that the wicked turn from his way
33. ii turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways, for
33. 12 in the day that he turneth from his wick.
33. 14 if he turn from his sin, and do that which
33. 18 When the righteous turneth from his rig.
33. 19 if the wicked turn from his wickedness
38. 12 to turn thine hand upon the desolate pi.
Dan. 9. 13 we might turn from our iniquities, and
ii. 18 After this shall he turn his face unto the
11. 19 he shall turn his face toward the fort of
Hos. 5. 4 will not frame their doings to turn unto
12. 6 turn thou to thy God: keep mercy and ju.
14. 2 Take with you words, and turn to the L.
Joel 2. 12 Turn ye (even) to me with all your heart
2. 13 rend your heart . .and turn unto the LORD
Amos i. 8 and I will turn mine hand against Ekron
Jon. 3. 8 let them turn every one from his evil way
3. 9 Who can tell (if) God will turn and repent
3. 10 saw. .that they turned from their evil way
Zech. i. 3 Turn ye unto me. .and I will turn unto
i. 4 Turn ye now from your evil ways, and
5. i Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes
6. i And 1 turned, andliftedupmine eyes.and
9. 12 Turn you to the strong hold, ye prisonero
13. 7 will turn mine hand upon the little ones
Mai. 4. 6 he shall turn the heart of the fathers to
19.ro look, glance, be dazzled, nyp shaah.
Job 14. 6 Turn from him, that he may rest, till he
20.710 pervert, turn, make crooked, rnjj avah, 3.
Isa. 24. i maketh it waste, and turneth it upside
21. To come or go away or off, a.iro&a.iva> aj)obain6.
Luke2i. 13 And it shall turn to you for a testimony
Phil. i. 19 I know that this shall turn to my salvat.
22. To become, yii>ofj.ai ginomai.
John 1 6. 20 but your sorrow shall be turned into joy
23. To be turned out, fKTptiro/jia.i ektrepomai,
2 Ti. 4. 4 from the truth, and shall be turned unto fa.
24. To turn over, upon, unto, tiriarpt<pta epistrejtho.
Luke i. 16 many of the children of Israel shall he tu.
i. 17 to turn the hearts of the fathers to the
Acts 9. 35 all that dwelt in Lydda. .turned to the L
9. 40 turning, .to the body said, Tabitha, arise
ii. 21 number believed, and turned unto the L.
14. 15 preach unto you that ye should turn from
15. 19 from among the Gentiles are turned
16. 1 8 turned and said to the spirit, I command
26. 18 to turn (them) from darkness to light, and
26. 20 that they should repent and turn to God
2 Co. 3. 1 6 Nevertheless when it shall turn to the L.
Gal. 4. 9 how turned ye again to the weak and begg.
1 Th. i. 9 how ye turned to God from idols to serve
2 Pe. 2.21 [turn from the holy commandment deliv. ]
Rev. i. 12 I turned. .And being turned I saw seven
25. To turn afterward or over, ^fra<npt<f>ta
metas.
Acts 2. 20 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and
Jas. 4. 9 let your laughter be turned to mourning
26.ro put or place with or apart, /ueTaTiflrj/ui meta.
Jude 4 turning the grace of our God into lascivi.
27.7V turn, arp4<p<a strepho.
Matt. 5. 39 shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn
16. 23 he turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee
Luke 7. 44 he turned to the woman, and said unto S.
9. 55 he turned, and rebuked them, and said, Ye
10. 23 [he turned him unto (his) disciples, and]
14. 25 and he turned, and said unto them
22. 61 the Lord turned, and looked upon Peter
23. 28 Jesus, turning unto them said, Daughters
John i. 38 Then Jesus turned, and lawthem follow.
Acts 7. 42 God turned, and gave them up to worship
13. 46 everlasting life, lo, we turn to the Genti.
Rev. ii. 6 have power over waters to turn them to
28. To turn under, by degrees, inroffrptipw hupostre.
Lukei?. 15 turned back,and with a loud voice glorified
TURN, be turned about, to
1.2V go, turn or bring round about, 331? sabab.
Eccl. i. 6 The wind . . turneth about unto the north
Eze. 42. 19 He turned about to the west side, (and) me.
2. To be turned round about, 235 sabab, 1.
Gen.42. 24 he turned himself about from them, and
i Sa.is 27 And as Samuel turned about to go away
i Ki. 2. 15 the kingdom is turned about, and is bee.
TURN 1007 TURN
3. To be turned round about, 33p sabab, 6.
Isa. 28. 27 neither is a cart wheel turned about upon
4. To turn over, upon, toward, liriaTpftpfa epistrepho.
Matt.9. 22 Jesus [turned him about]; and when he
Mark 5. 30 turned him about in the press, and said
8. 33 when he had turned about, and looked on
John2i.2o Then Peter turning about, seeth the dis.
5. To lead along with, after, back, away, fj.frd.yw.
Jas. 3. 3 bits., and we turn about their whole body
3. 4 yet are they turned about with a very sm.
.7*o turn, change, <npf$<a strepho.
Luke 7. 9 he marvelled at him, and turned him ab.
TURN again, to
] . To turn, be turned, nsrr haphak.
Judgzo. 41 when the men of Israel turned again, the
2 Ki. 5. 26 when the man turned again from his char.
2.7V) turn back, 3iE> shub (in Psa. 80 shub, 5).
Exod33. ii he turned again into the camp: but his
Lev. 13. 16 Or if the raw flesh turn again, and bech.
Nuni33. 7 turned again unto Pi-hahiroth, which (is)
Josh. 8. 21 they turned again, and slew the men of
Judg-3. 19 he himself turned ;. ain from the quar.
8. 33 the children of Israel turned again, and
ii. 8 Therefore we turn again to thee now, that
20. 48 men of Israel turned again upon the ch.
Ruth i. ii Turn again, my daughters ; why will ye
1. 12 Turn again, my daughters, go (your way)
1 Sa.is. 25 turn again with me, that I may worship
15. 30 turn again with me, that I may worship
15. 31 So Samuel turned again after Saul, and
2 Sa.22. 38 turned not again until I had consumed
1 Ki. 12. 27 then shall the heart of this people turn a.
13. 9 nor turn again by the same way that thou
13. 17 nor turn again to go by the way that thou
2 Ki. i. 6 Go, turn again unto the king that sent you
20. 5 Turn again, and tell Hezekiah the captain
2 Ch. 18. 32 they turned back again from pursuing him
30. 6 turn again unto the LORD God of Abrah.
30. 9 For if ye turn again unto the LORD, your
Job 34. 15 perish together, and man shall turn aga.
Psa. 1 8. 37 neither did I turn again till they were co.
80. 3, 7. 19 Turn us again . . cause thy face to
85. 8 to his saints : but let them not turn aga.
104. 9 that they turn not again to cover the ea.
126. i When the Lord turned again the captivity
126. 4 Turn again our captivity, LORD, as the
Eccl. 3. 20 are of the dust, and all turn to dust ag.
Jer. 25. 5 Turn ye again now every one fromhis evil
31.21 turn again, O virgin of Israel, turn again
Lam. 3. 40 search and try our ways, and turn again
Eze. 8. 6, 13, i 5 turn thee yet again, (and) thou sh.
Mic. 7. 19 He will turn again, he will have compas.
Zechio. 9 live with their children, and turn again
3.7*0 bend back or up, ova/e^uir-Too anakampto.
Luke10. 6 shall rest, .if not, it shall turn to you ag.
4. To turn over, upon, toward, iiri<npt<p<a epistre.
Marki3. 16 let himthat is in the field not turn, .again
Lukei7. 4 and seven times in aday turn again to thee
2 Pe. 2. 22 The dog (is) turned to his own vomit ag.
5. To turn, ffrpefyu strepho.
Matt. 7. 6 lest they trample them, .and turn again
6. To turn under, by degrees. fiirnrrrp(<pw liupostre.
Luke 2. 45 they turned back again to Jerusalem, se.
TURN (be turned) aside, to
1. To turn, be turned, overturned, Tjsn haphak, 2.
Psa. 78. 57 they were turned aside like a deceitful
2. To turn aside, lay hold of, nsh laphath, 2.
Job 6. 1 8 The paths of their way are turned aside
3. To stretch out, turn aside or away, naj natah.
Nuni22. 23 the ass turned aside out of the way, and
1 Sa. 8. 3 turned aside after lucre, and took bribes
2 Sa. 2. 21 Turn thee aside to thy right hand or to
Jer. 14. 8 as a wayfaring man (that) turneth aside
4. To stretchout, turn aside or away, na: natah, 5.
Psa. 1 25. 5 As for such as turn aside unto their croo.
Isa. 10. 2 To turn aside the needy from judgment
29. 21 turn aside the just fora thing of nought
30. 1 1 Get you out of the way, turn aside out of
44. 20 a deceived heart hath turned him aside
Lam. 3. 35 To turn aside the right of a man before
Amos 2. 7 That pant . . and turn aside the way of the
5. 12 and they turn aside the poor in the gate
Hal. 3. 5 that turn aside the stranger . . and fear not
5. To go, turn, bring round about, 33p sabab.
2 Sa. 1 8. 30 And the king said . . Turn aside . . stand he.
6. To be brought or turned round about, 335 sabab,2.
2 Sa. 1 8. 30 And he turned aside, and stood still
7_. To turn or be turned aside, "i?D sur.
Exod.3. 3 I will now turn aside, and see this great
3. 4 when the LORD saw that he turned aside
32. 8 They have turned aside quickly out of the
Deut. 5. 32 ye shall not turn aside to the right hand
9. 12 they are quickly turned aside out of the
9. 1 6 ye had turned aside quickly out of the way
ii. 16 ye turn aside, and serve other gods, and
n. 28 turn aside out of the way which I comm.
17. 20 turn not aside from the commandment
31. 29 turn aside from the way which I have co.
Josh 23. 6 turn not aside therefrom (to) the right ha.
Judg 14. 8 he turned aside to see the carcase of the
19. 12 We will not turn aside hither into the city
19. 15 they turned aside thither, to go in (and)
Ruth 4. i turn aside. .And he turned aside, and sat
1 Sa. 6. 12 turned not aside (to) the righthand or(to)
12. 20 yet turn not aside from following the Lo.
12. 21 turn ye not aside : for (then should ye go)
2 Sa. 2. 21 Asahel would not turn aside from follow.
2. 22 Turn thee aside from following me : whe.
2. 23 Howbeit he refused to turn aside : wher.
1 Ki. 15. 5 turned not aside from any (thing) that he
20. 39 turned aside, and brought a man unto me
22. 32 And theyturned aside to fight against him
22. 43 he turned not aside from it, doing (that
2 Ki. 22. 2 turned not aside to the right hand or to
S.To turn aside, tin sur, 3a.
Lam. 3. ii He hath turned aside my ways, and pulled
9. Those turning aside, D pp setim.
Psa.ioi. 3 I hate the work of them that turn aside
10. To cover, wrap up, veil, n^ atah.
Song i. 7 as one that turneth aside by the flocks of
11. To turn the face, front, look, nj panah.
Song 6. i whither is thy beloved turned aside? that
12. To turn aside, otiy sut.
Psa. 40. 4 not the proud, nor such as turn aside to
13. To give space again, ivithdraiv, avaxwptu ana.
Matt. 2. 22 he turned aside into the parts of Galilee
14.7V be turned out or off, tKTpirofiai ektrepomai.
i Ti. i. 6 some having swerved have turned aside
5. 15 some are already turned aside after Satan
TURN (be turned) away, to
1.7*0 stretch out, turn aside, incline, nipj natah, 5.
i Ki. ii. 2 they will turn away your heart after their
ii. 3 and his wives turned away his heart
11. 4 his wives turned away his heart after ot.
Jer. 5. 25 Your inquities have turned away these (th.
2. To be caused to remove, JDJ nasag, 6.
Isa. 59. 14 judgment is turned away backward, and
S.To cause to go, turn, or bring round, 33p sabab,5.
i Ki. 21. 4 turned away his face, and would eat no br.
1 Ch.i4. 14 Go not up after them ; turn away from th.
2 Ch.29. 6 have forsaken him.andhave turnedaway
Song 6. 5 Turn away thine eyes from me, for they
4. To be turned back, 310 sug, 2.
Isa. 50. 5 not rebellious, neither turned away back
Jer. 38. 22 thy feet are sunk, .are turned away back
46. 5 have I seen them dismayed . .turnedaway
5. To turn aside, "no sur.
2 Ch.25. 27 after the time that Amaziah did turn away
6. To cause to turn aside, "va sur, 5.
Deut. 7. 4 they will turn away thy son from following
17. 17 that his heart turn not away : neither sh.
2 Ch.3o. 9 will not turn away (his) face from you, if
Psa. 66. 20 Blessed (be) God, which hath not turned a.
Prov 28. 9 He that turneth away his earfrom hearing
7. A turning aside, .Tip sarah.
Deuti3- 5 he hath spoken to turn (you) away from the
S.To cause to pass over, I3j; abar, 5.
Psa. 1 19. 37 Turn away mine eyes from beholding
119. 39 Turn away my reproach which I fear, for
9.7*0 turn the face, n:^ panah.
Deutzg. 18 whose heart turneth away this day from
30. 17 if thine heart turn away, so that thou wilt
10. 7*0 turn back, 3W shub.
Gen. 27. 44 tarry, .until thy brother s fury turn away
27. 45 Until thy brother s anger turn away from
Hum 14. 43 because ye are turned away from the Lo.
25. 4 fierce anger, .may be turned away from Is.
32. 15 if ye turn away from after him, he will
Deut 23. 14 see no unclean thing, .and turn away fr.
Josh. 22. 16 to turn away this day from following the
22. 1 8 that ye must turn away this day from fol.
2 Ch. 7. 19 if ye turn away, and forsake my statutes
29. 10 his fierce wrath may turn away from us
30. 8 fierceness of his wrath may turn away fr.
Prov 25. 10 to shame, and thine infamy turn not away
30. 30 A lion, (which).. turneth not away for any
5. 25 his anger is not turned away, but his ha.
9. 12, 17, 21 his anger is not turned away, but
10. 4 his anger is not turned away, but his ha.
12. i thine anger is turned away, and thou co.
3. 19 My father; and shalt not turn away from
29. 14 I will turn away your captivity, and I will
32. 40 I will not turn away from them, to do th.
50. 6 they have turned them away (on) the mo.
Eze. 1 8. 24 when the righteous turneth away from his
18. 26 When a righteous (man) turneth away fr.
18. 27 when the wicked (man) turneth away fr.
18. 28 turneth away from all his transgressions
Dan. 9. 16 let thine anger, .be turned away from thy
Hos. 14. 4 for mine anger is turned away from him
Jon. 3. 9 repent, and turn away from his fierce an.
Nah. 2. 2 LORD hath turned away the excellency of
Zeph. 2. 7 shall visit them, and turn away their cap.
11. To cause to turn back, 3?ir shub, 5.
J 1111125. ii hath turned my wrath away from the ch.
2 Ki.iS. 24 How then wilt thou turn away the face
2 Ch. 6. 42 turn not away the face of thine anointed
Psa. 78. 38 many a time turned he his anger away, and
106. 23 to turn away his wrath, lesthe should de.
132. 10 turn not away the face of thins anointed
Isa.
Jer.
Prov 15. i A soft answer turneth away wrath : but
24. 18 Lest the LORD, .turn away his wrath from
29. 8 fnto a snare : but wise (men) turn away
Isa. 36. 9 How then wilt thou turn away the face of
58. 13 If thou turn away thy foot from the sab.
Jer. 2. 24 in her occasion who can turn her away?
1 8. 20 (and) to turn away thy wrath from them
Lam. 2. 14 discovered thine iniquity, to turn away
Eze. 14. 6 turn away your faces from all your abom.
Amos. i. 3, 6, 9, n, 13 I will not turn away (the pu.)
2. i, 4,6, 1 will not turn away (the punishment)
Mai. 2. 6 and did turn many away from iniquity
12. 7*o turn or bring back, 3>e> shub, 3a.
Jer. 50. 6 they have turned them away (on) the mo.
13.7*0 turn off or away, airoo-rpttpu apostreplift.
Matt. 5 . 42 would borrow of thee turn not thou away
Acts 3. 26 in turning away every one of you from his
Rom. ii. 26 and shall turn away ungodliness from Ja.
2 Ti. 1.15 all they which are in Asia be turned away
4. 4 they shall turn away (their) ears from the
Heb. 12. 25 if we turn away from him that (speaketh)
H-To be turned off or away, a.iroTpeirofj.ai apotrepo.
2 Ti. 3. 5 denying the power, .from such turn away
15. To turn thoroughly or diversely, SicHrrpfQw dia.
Acts 13. 8 seeking to turn away the deputy from the
16.7*0 set or put away, (jLtOivrri/uLi. methistemi.
Acts 19. 26 Paul hath persuaded and turned away m.
TURN, (be turned) back, back again, backward, to
1. 7*o turn, be turned, 719,7 haphak.
Psa. 78. 9 The children of Ephraim. .turned back in
Josh. 8. 20 the people, .turned back upon their purs.
2. 7*o cause to go round about, 335 sabab, 5.
Jer. 21 4 I will turn back the weapons of war that
3.7*0 be turned back, J?D sug, 2.
Psa. 78. 57 turned back, and deaU unfaithfully like
Zeph. i. 6 them that are turned back from the LORD
4. 7*o turn aside, IID sur.
Job 34. 27 Because they turned back from him, and
5.7*0 cause to turn the face, ^panah, 5.
Jer. 46. 21 they also are turned back, .are fled away
6. 7*o be caused to turn the face, ,1:9 panah, 6.
Jer. 49. 8 Flee ye, turn back, dwell deep, O inhabi.
7. 7*o turn back, x& sug, 2.
2 Sa. i. 22 the bow of Jonathan turned not back,and
8. 7*o turn back, ycv shid).
Deut 23. 13 turn back and cover that which cometh
Josh.n. 10 Joshua at that time turned back, and to.
1 Sa. 15. ii for he has turned back from following me
2 Sa. 19. 37 Let thy servant, .turn back again, that I
2 Ki. i. 5 when the messengers turned back unto
i. 5 said unto them, Why are ye now turned
15. 20 so the king of Assyria turned back, and
1 Ch.2i. 20 Oman turned back, and saw the angel
2 Ch.iS. 32 they turned back again from pursuing
Neh. 2. 15 turned back, and entered by the gate of
Job 39. 22 neither turneth he back from the sword
Psa. 9. 3 When mine enemies are turned back, th.
70. 3 Let them be turned back for a reward of
78. 41 they turned back, and tempted God, and
Jer. 4. 8 anger of the LORD is not turned back from
4. 28 not repent, neither will I turn back from
ii. 10 They are turned back to the iniquities of
Lam. i. 8 yea, she sinneth, and turneth backward
Zeph. 3. 20 when I turn back your captivity before
9. 7*o turn or bring back, 3W shub, 3a.
Eze. 38. 4 I will turn thee back, and put hooks into
39. 2 I will turn thee back, and leave but the
10.7*0 cause to turn back, 31K> shub, 5.
2 Ki.ig. 28 I will turn thee back by the way by which
Isa. 14. 27 stretched out, and who shall turn it back
37. 29 I will turn thee back by the way by which
Jer. 6. 9 turn back thine hand as a grape gatherer
11.7*0 turn, aTpe<f>ca strepho.
Acts 7. 39 in their hearts turned back again into Eg,
12. 7*0 turn by degrees, quietly, inroo-rpeQia hnpostr.
Luke 2. 45 they turned back again to Jerusalem, se.
TURN every way, face, far away, to
1.7*0 turn self, 7|9n haphak, 7.
Gen. 3. 24 a flaming sword which turned every way
2. To cast off or aivay, njj zanach, 5.
Isa. 19. 6 they shall turn the rivers far away . . the
3. 7*o turn the face, look, njg panah.
Gen. 18. 22 the men turned their faces from thence
TURN from, upside down, to
1. 7*o bend, twist, mjy avath, 3. Psa. 146. 9.
la. Overturn the surface of, ,7^9 njy [avah, 3]. Is.24.i.
2. 7*o turn back, 3^ shub.
Isa. 59. 20 unto them that turn from transgression
3. To turn away or off, airnffTp(<f>u apostrepho.
Titus i. 14 commandments of men, that turn from
4. 7*o set up, excite, avaffrardca anastatoo.
Acts 17. 6 These that, .turned the world upside do.
TURN in, over, violently, to
I. To turn over, be perverse, B"V yarat.
Job 16. 1 1 God hath . . turned me over into the hands
TURN 1008 TWENTIETH
2. To tarn aside, ~vo sur.
Gen. ig. 2 turn in, I pray you. into your servants h.
1 9 3 turned in unto him, and entered into his
Judg 4 18 Turn in, my lord, turn in to me; fear not
4. 18 when he had turned in unto her into the
iS. 3 turned in thither, and said unto him, W.
18. 15 turned thitherward, and came to the ho.
ig! ii let us turn in into this city of the Jebusi.
2 Ki. 4. 8 as oft as lie passed by, he turned in thith.
4. 10 when he cometh . .he shall turn in thither
Prov. 9. 4, 16 Whoso (is) simple, let him turn in hi.
Z.To wrap round, |jy tsanaph.
Isa. 22. 18 He will surely violently turn and toss thee?
TURN self (about or again), to -
1. To be turned, r\*h laphath, 2.
Euth 3. 8 that the man was afraid, and turned him.
2. To go, or turn round about, 259 sabab.
Qen. 42. 24 he turned himself about from them, and
3. To turn the face, n}p panah.
i Sa. 14. 47 whithersoever he turned himself, he vex.
1 Ki. 2. 3 prosper. . whithersoever thou turnest thy.
2 Ki.23- 16 as Josiah turned himself, he spied the se.
4. To cause to turn the face, nj^ panah, 5.
Jer. 49. 24 Damascus is waxed feeble . . turneth hers.
5.7*0 turn back, bring back, 2iv shub, Za.
Psa. 60. i been displeased ; O turn thyself to us ag.
6.7*0 turn, ffTpt<f><i> strephd.
John2o. 14 she had thus said, she turned herself ba.
20. 16 She turned herself, and saith unto him
TURN to flight, to
To incline, put to flight, K\lvta klinS.
Heb. ii. 34 turned to flight the armies of the aliens
TURN, to cause or make to
To cause to turn back, y\o shub, 5.
Psa. 44. 10 Thou makest us to turn back from the e.
Dan. ii. 18 reproach, .he shall cause (it) to turn upon
TURNED to the contrary, up, to be
7*o be turned, 755-7 haphak, 2.
Ksth. g. i though it was turned to the contrary
Job 28. 5 and under it is turned up as it were fire
TURNING away
1. Turning back, n;wp meshubah.
Prov. i. 32 the turning away of the simple shall slay
2. 7*0 turn or brine/ back, ny shub, Ba.
Mic. 2. 4 turning away he hath divided our fields
TURNING of things upside down
To turn, ~5? haphak.
Isa. 29. 1 6 Surely your turning of things upside do.
See also Ashes, foolishness, left, right, right hand,
righteousness, way.
TURTLE (dove)
1.A turtle dove, "lin tor.
Gen. 15. 9 and a turtle dove, and a young pigeon
Lev. 1.14 shall bring his offering of turtle doves, or
5. 7 he shall bring, .two turtle doves, or two
5. ii if he be not able to bring two turtle dov
12. 6 she shall bring, .a turtle dove, for a sin
12. 8 she shall bring two turtle doves, or two
14. 22 two turtle doves, or two young pigeons
14. 30 he shall offer the one of the turtle doves
15. 14 he shall take to him two turtle doves, or :
15. 29 she shall take unto her two turtles, or two j
Num. 6. 10 he shall bring two turtles, or two young ;
Psa. 74. 19 deliver not the soul of thy turtle dove un.
Song 2. 12 the voice of the turtle is heard in our la.
Jer. 8. 7 the turtle and the crane and the swallow
2, A turtle dove, rpvyuv trugun.
Luke 2. 24 A pair of turtle doves, or two young pig.
TUTOR
One on whom a thing is devolved, tirirpoiros epitro.
Gal. 4. 2 is under tutors and governors until the
TWAIN, twice
l.Two, D .yy shenayim.
1 Sa. 18. 21 be my son in law in (the one of) the tw.
2 Ki. 4. 33 shut the door upon them twain, and pra.
Isa. 6. 2 six wings; with twain he covered his face
6. 2 with twain he covered his feet, and with t.
Jer. 34. 18 they cut the calf in twain, and passed be.
Eze. 21. 19 both twain shall come forth out of one
2. Two, 5uo, duo.
Matt. 5. 41 compel thee to go a mile, go with him tw.
19. 5 shall cleave . . they twain shall be one fle.
19. 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but
21. 31 Whether of them twain did the will of
27. 21 Whether of the twain will ye that I rele.
27. 51 the veil of the temple was rent in twain
Mark 10. 8 they twain . . they are no more twain, but
15. 38 the veil of the temple was rent in twain
Eph. 2. 15 to make in himself of twain one new man
TWELFTH, twelve
l.Two (and) ten, -iyy c x? shenem asar.
Gen. 5. 8 days of Seth were nine hundred and tw.
14. 4 Twelve years they served Chedorlaonier
17. 20 twelve princes shall he beget, and I Vill
25. 16 twelve princes according to their nations
35. 22 it came to pass . . the sons of Jacob were tw.
42. 13 Thy servants (are) twelve brethren, the
42-. 32 We (be) twelve brethren, sons of our fat.
Gen. 49. 28 these (are)the twelve tribes of Israel : and
Exodis- 27 they came to Elim, where (were) twelve
24. 4 twelve pillars, according to the twelve tr.
28. 21 the stones shall be., twelve, according to
28. 21 shall they be according to the twelve tr.
39. 14 the stones (were), .twelve, according to
39. 14 every one. .according to the twelve tribes
Lev. 24. 5 take tine flour, and bake twelve cakes th.
Num. i. 44 and the princes of Israel, (being) twelve
7 . 3 brought, .six covered wagons, and twelve
7. 78 On the twelfth day Ahira the son of Enan
7. 84 twelve chargers..twelve silver bowls, tw.
7. 86 The golden spoons (were) twelve, full of
7. 87 oxen, .(were) twelve bullocks, .rams twe.
7. 87 the lambs of the first year twelve, with
7. 87 kids of the goats for sin offering twelve
17. 2 take of every one of them . . twelve rods
17. 6 according to their fathers houses, .twel.
29. 17 (ye shall offer) twelve young bullocks, two
31. 5 a thousand of (every) tribe, twelve thou.
33. 9 in Elim (were) twelve fountains of water
Deut. i. 23 I took twelve men of you, one of a tribe
Josh. 3. 12 take you twelve men out of the tribes of
4. 2 Take you twelve men out of the people
4. 3 Take you . . out of the place . . twelve ston .
4. 4 Joshua called the twelve men, whom he
4. 8 took up twelve stones out of the midst of
4. 9 Joshua set up twelve stones in the midst
4. 20 those twelve stones, which they took out
8. 25 all that fell that day. .(were) twelve tho.
1 8. 24 and Gaba, twelve cities with their yillag.
19. 15 Beth-lehem: twelv cities with their vil.
21. 7 out of the tribe of Xebulun, twelvecities
21. 40 the cities, .were (by) their lot twelves cit.
Judgig. 29 divided her. .into twelve pieces, andsent
21. 10 the congregation sent thither twelve tho.
2 Sa. 2. 1 5 there arose., twelve of Benjamin., and tw.
10. 6 sent and hired . . of Ish-tob twelve thousa.
17. i Let me now choose out twelve thousand
1 Ki. 4. 7 Solomon had twelve officers over all Isr.
4. 26 Solomon had., twelve thousand horsemen
7. 15 a line of twelve cubits did compass either
7. 25 It stood upon twelve oxen, three looking
7. 44 one sea, and twelve oxen under the sea
10. 20 twelve lions stood there on the one side
10. 26 chariots, and twelve thousand horsemen
11. 30 Ahijah caught, .and rent it (in) twelve
16. 23 began Omri to reign over Israel, twelve
1 8. 31 Elijah took twelve stones, according to
19. 19 twelve yoke (of oxen), .he with the twel.
2 Ki. 3. i Jehoram. .the son of Ahab. .reigned twe.
8.25 In the twelfth year of Joramtheson of Ah.
17. i In the twelfth year of Ahnzking of Judah
21. i Manasseh (was) twelve years old when lie
1 Ch. 6. 63 out of the tribe of Zebulun, twelve cities
9. 22 chosen to be porters, .two hundred and t.
15. 10 and his brethren an hundred and twelve
24. 12 The eleventh to Eliashib, the twelfth to
25. 9 who with his brethren and sons (were) tw.
25. 10 his sous, and his brethren, (were) twelve
[So in verse n, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31.]
25. 19 The twelfth to Hashabiah, (lie), his sons
27. 15 The twelfth (captain) for the twelfth mo.
2 Ch. 1. 14 four hundred chariots, and twelve thotis.
4. 4 It stood upon twelve oxen, three looking
4. 15 One sea, and twelve oxen under it
9. 19 twelve lions stood there on the one side
9. 25 Solomon had. .twelve thousand horsemen
33. i Manasseh was twelve years old when he
34. 3 in the twelfth year he began to purge Ju.
Ezra 2. 6 two thousand eight hundred and twelve
2. 1 8 The children of Jorah, an hundred and t.
8. 24 I separated twelve of the chief priests, S.
8. 31 we departed, .on the twelfth (day) of the
8. 35 twelve bullocks for all Israel, ninety and
8. 35 seventy and seven lambs, twelve he goats
Nt.i. 5. 14 twelve years, I and my brethren have not
7. 24 children of Hariph, an hundred and twel.
Esth. 2. 12 after that she had been twelve months
3. 7 in the twelfthyear of king Ahasuerus, th.
3. 7 from month to month, (to) the twelfth
3. 13 upon the thirteenth (day) of the twelfth
8. 12 upon the thirteenth (day) of the twelfth
9. i in the twelfth month, that (is), the month
Psa. 60. title, smote of fidom in the valley, .twelve
Jer. 52. 20 twelve brasen bulls that(were) under the
52. 21 a fillet of twelve cubits did compass it
52. 31 in the twelfth month, in the five and tw.
Eze. 29. i in the twelfth (day) of the month, the wo.
32. i in the twelfth year, in the twelfth month
32. 17 It came to pass also in the twelfth year
33. 21 it came to pass in the twelfth year of our
43. 16 altar(shall be) twelve (cubits) long, twel.
47. ^inherit the laud, accord ing to the twelve tr.
2. Two (and) ten, nffK. "?p tere asar.
Ezra 6. 17 for a sin offering for all Israel, twelve he
Dan. 4. 29 At the end of twelve months he walked
3. Ten (and) two, SficaSvo dekaduo.
Acts 19. 7 And all the men were about [twelve]
24. ii there are yet but[twelve] days since I we.
i.Two (and) ten, 8ci5e/ca d/xteka.
Matt. 9. 20 was diseased with an issue of blood twe.
10. i he had called unto (him) his twelve disc.
10. 2 the names of the twelve apostles are these
10. 5 These twelve Jesus sent forth, and cpnim.
11. i an end of commending his twelve discip.
14. 20 took up of the fragments, .twelve baskets
19. 28 upon twelve thrones, judging the twelve
ao. 17 took the twelve disciples apart in the way
Matt 26. 14 one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot
26. 20 even was come, he sat down with the tw.
26. 47 Judas, one of the twelve, came, and with
26. 53 give me more than twelve legions of ang.
Mark 3. 14 he ordained twelve, that they should be
4. 10 they that were about him with the twelve
5. 25 which had an issue of blood twelve years
5. 42 for she was (of the age) of twelve years
6. 7 he called (unto him) the twelve, and began
6. 43 they took up twelve baskets full of their.
8. 19 how many . .took ye up? They say. .Twelve
9. 35 he sat down, and called the twelve, and
10. 32 he took again the twelve, and began to tell
11. ii he went out unto Bethany witli the twelve
14. 10 Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve, went
14. 17 And in the evening he cometh with the tw.
14. 20 (It is) one of the twelve, that dippeth with
14. 43 cometh Judas, one of the twelve, and with
Luke 2. 42 when he was twelve years old, they weut
6. 13 of them he chose twelve, whom also he
8. i he went, .and the twelve (were) with him
8. 42 he had one only daughter, about twelve
8. 43 a woman, having an issue of blood twelve
9. i he called his twelve disciples together, <uid
9. 12 then came the twelve, and said unto him
9. 17 and there was taken up. .twelve baskets
18. 31 he took (unto him) the twelve, and said
22. 3 Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve
22. 14 he sat down, and the [twelve] apostles wi.
22. 30 sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes of
22. 47 Judas, one of the twelve, went before them
John 6. 13 filled twelve baskets with the fragments
6. 67 Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ve
6. 70 Have not I chosen you twelve, and one of
6. 71 for he it was. .being one of the twelve
n. 9 Are there not twelve hours in the day?
20. 24 Thomas, oneof the twelve, called Didymus
Acts 6. 2 the twelve called the multitude of the di.
7. 8 Isaac begat Jacob; and Jacob, .the twelve
i Co. 15. 5 he was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve
Jas. i. i to the twelve tribes that are scattered ab.
Rev. 7. 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8 sealed twelve th.
12. i and upon her head acrown of twelve stars
21. 12 twelve gates, .[twelve angels].. twelve trib.
21. 14 the wall of the city had twelve foundati.
21. 14 in them the names of the twelve apostles
21. 16 he measured the city, .twelve thousand
21. 21 the twelve gates (were) twelve pearls, ev.
22. 2 the tree of life, which bare twelve (manner
5. Twelfth, ScaSfKaros dodekatos.
Rev. 21. 20 the eleventh, a jacinth, the twelkh,an am.
TWELVE tribes
Twelve tribes, SuStKd.<pv\ov dddekajthulon.
Acts 26. 7 Unto which, .our twelve tribes, instantly
TWENTIETH, twenty
1. Twenty, C ^j; esrim.
Gen. 6. 3 his days shall be an hundred and twenty
8. 14 on the seven and twentieth day of the mo.
ii. 24 Nahor lived nine and twenty years, and
18. 31 Peradventure there shall be twenty found
18. 31 said, I will not destroy (it) fortwenty ssa.
23. i an hundred and seven and twenty years
31. 38 This twenty years (have I been) with thee
31. 41 Thus have I been twenty years in thy ho.
32. 14 Two hundred she goats, and twenty he go.
32. 14 two hundred ewes, and twenty rams
32. 15 forty kine,and ten bulls, twenty she asses
37. 28 sold Joseph, .for twenty (pieces) of silver
Exod.i2. 18 until the one and twentieth day of the mo.
26. 2 The length, .(shall be) eight and twenty
26. 18 twenty boards on the south side southw.
26. 19 forty sockets of silver under the twenty
26. 20 the north side, (there shall be) twenty bo.
27. 10 twenty pillars thereof, and their twenty
27. ii twenty pillars and their twenty sockets
27. 16 an hanging of twenty cubits, (of) blue, and
30. 13 a shekel (is) twenty gerahs: an half shekel
30. 14 Every one . . from twenty years old and ab.
36. 9 The length of one curtain (was) twenty
36. 23 twenty boards for the south side southw.
36. 24 forty sockets, .he made under the twenty
36. 25 for the other side, .he made twenty boar.
38. 10 (were) twenty, and their brasen sockets t.
38. ii twenty, and their sockets of brass twenty
38. 1 8 twenty cubits (was) the length, and the
38. 24 twenty and nine talents, and seven hund.
38. 26 from twenty years old and upwards, for
Lev. 27. 3 from twenty years old even unto sixty ye.
27. 5 from five years old even unto twenty years
27. 5 thy estimation shall be. .twenty shekels.
27. 25 the shekel of the sanctuary : twenty ger.
Num. i. 3 From twenty years old and upward
[So in verse 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40,
3. 39 all the males, .(were) twenty and two tho.
43 twenty and two thousand two hundred
3 ! 47 the shekel of the sanctuary, .(is) twenty
7. 85 the gold, (was) an hundred and twenty
7! 88 twenty and four bullocks, the rams sixty
8. 24 from twenty and five years old and upw.
10. ii on the twentieth (day)of the second moa.
11. 19 five days, neither ten days, nor twenty
14. 29 from twenty years old and upward, which
18. 16 the shekel of the sanctuary .. (is) twenty
25. 9 those that died . .were twenty and four
26. 2, 4 from twenty years old and upward
26. 14 twenty and two thousand and two hund.
26. 62 twenty and three thousand.all males frcm
32. ii Surely none, .from twenty years old and
TWENTY
Num i?. 39 Aaron (was) an hundred and twenty and
io 2 he judged Israel twenty and three years
io T and judged Israel twenty and two years
n till thou come to Minnith, (even) twenty
is 20 And he judged Israel . .twenty years
16 31 buried him.. he Judged Israel twenty ye.
20 15 twenty and six thousand men that drew
20 21 destroyed, .that day twenty and two tho.
20 35 destroyed, .twenty and five thousand and
20 46 twenty and five thousand men that drew
1 Sa 7 2 the time was long ; for it was twenty ye.
14 14 that first slaughter, .was about twenty
2 Sa 3 20 Abner came to David . . and twenty men
8 4 seven hundred horsemen, and twenty th.
8 5 David slew of the Syrians two and twenty
9! io Now Ziba had fifteen sons and twenty ser.
io. 6 the Syrians of Zoba, twenty thousand fo.
1$ 7 a great slaughter that day of twenty tho.
19. 17 his fifteen sons and his twenty servants
21. 20 on every foot six toes, four and twenty in
24! 8 at the end of nine months and twenty da.
1 Ki. 4. 23 Ten fat oxen, and twenty oxen out of the
5. ii twenty thousand measures, .and twenty
6. 2 the breadth thereof twenty (cubits), and
6. 3 twenty cubits (was) the length thereof
6. 16 he built twenty cubits on the sides of the
6. 20 twenty cubits in length, and twenty cub.
6. 20 and twenty cubits in the height thereof
8. 63 twenty thousand . . and an hundred and
9. io it came to pass at the end of twenty years
9. ii Solomon gave Hiram twenty cities in the
9. 28 gold, four hundred and twenty talents
io. 10 an hundred and twenty talents of gold
14. 20 thedays..(were)twoandtwentyyears:and
15. 9 in the twentieth year of Jeroboam king of
15. 33 to reign over all Israel, .twenty and four
16. 8 In the twenty and sixth year of Asa king
16. io, 15 in the twenty and seventh year of
16. 29 reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty and
20. 30 a wall fell upon twenty and seven thous.
22. 42 he reigned twenty and five years in Jeru
2 Ki 4. 42 twenty loaves of barley, and full ears of
8. 26 Two and twenty years old (was) Ahaziah
io. 36 Jehu reigned over Israel .. twenty and ei.
12. 6 in the three and twentieth year of king
13. i In the three and twentieth year of Joash
14. 2 He was twenty and five years old when he
14. 2 reigned twenty and nine years in Jerusa.
15. i In the twenty and seventh year of Jerob.
15. 27 the son of Remaliah. .(reigned) twenty
15. 30 in the twentieth year of Jotham the sou
!j. 33 Five and twenty years old was he when
16. 2 Twenty years old (was) Ahazwhen he be.
18. 2 Twenty and five years old was he when he
18. 2 he reigned twenty and nine years in Jer.
21. 19 Amon (was) twenty and two years old wh.
23. 31 Jehoahaz (was) twenty and three years
23. 36 Jehoiakim (was) twenty and five years old
24. 18 Zedekiah (was) twenty and one years old
25. 27 on the seven and twentieth (day) of the mo.
i Ch. 2. 22 Jair, who had three and twenty cities in
7. 2 two and twenty thousand and six hundred
7. 7 twenty and two thousand and thirty and
7. 9 the number, .(was) twenty thousand and
7. 40 the number.. (was) twenty and six thousa.
12. 28 of his father s house twenty and two cap.
12. 30 of the children of Ephraim twenty thous.
12. 35 twenty and eight thousand and six hund
12! 37 on the other side, .an hundred and twenty
15. 5 and his brethren an hundred and twenty
15. 6 and his brethren two hundred and twenty
18. 4 David took from him. .twenty thousand
18. 5 slew of the Syrians two and twenty thou.
20. 6 whose fingers and toes (were) four and tw.
23. 4 twenty and four thousand (were) to set
23. 24 from the age of twenty years and upward
23. 27 (were) numbered from twenty years old
24. 16 nineteenth to Pethahiah, the twentieth to
24. 17 The one and twentieth, .the two and tw.
24. 18 The three and twentieth..the four and tw.
25. 27 The twentieth to Eliathah, (he), his sons
25. 28 The one and twentieth to Hothir, (he), his
25. 29 The two and twentieth to Gidalti, (he), his
25. 30 The three and twentieth to Mahazipth
25. 31 The four and twentieth to Romamti-ezer
27. i of every course were twenty and four th.
27. 2 in his course (were) twenty and four tho.
So in v. 5, 7, 8, 9, io, ii, 12, 13, 14, 15.
27. 4 in his course likewise (were) twenty and
27. 23 took not the number of them from twenty
zCh. 2.10, io twenty thousand, .and twenty thousa.
3. 3 three score cubits,and the breadth twenty
3. 4 twenty cubits, and . . an hundred and tw.
3. 8 twenty cubits, and the breadth, .twenty
3. ii the wings of the cherubim (were) twenty
3. 13 spread themselves forth twenty cubits
4. i twenty cubits the length thereof, and tw.
5. 12 an hundred and twenty priests sounding
7. s Solomon offered a sacrifice of twenty and
7. 5 and an hundred and twenty thousand sh.
7. 10 on the three and twentieth day of the se.
8. i it came to pass at the end of twenty yea.
9. 9 gave the king an hundred and twenty tal.
ii. 21 begat twenty and eight sons, and threes.
ij. 21 begat twenty and two sons, and sixteen
1009
2 Ch.2o. 31 he reigned twenty and five years in Jeru.
25. i Amaziah (was) twenty and five years old
25. i he reigned twenty and nine years in Jer.
25. 5 numbered them from twenty years old
27. i Jotham (was) twenty and five years old w.
27. 8 He was five and twenty years old when
28. i Ahaz(was)twentyyearsold when he began
28. 6 slew in Judah an hundred and twenty th.
29. i to reign (when he was) five and twenty
29. i he reigned nine and twenty years in Jer.
31 . 17 the Levites from twenty years old and up.
33. 21 Amon (was) two and twenty years old wh.
36. 2 Jehoahaz (was) twenty and three years
36. 5 Jehoiakim(was) twenty and five years old
36. ii Zedekiah (was) one and twenty years old
Ezra i. 9 chargers of silver, nine and twenty knives
2. ii The children of Bebai, six hundred twenty
2. 12 a thousand two hundred twenty and two
2. 17 children of Bezai, three hundred twenty
2. 19 children of Hashum, two hundred twenty
2. 21 of Beth-lehem, an hundred twenty and
2. 23 The men of Anathoth, an hundred twen.
2. 26 children ot Ramah. .six hundred twenty
2. 27 The men of Michmas, an hundred twenty
2. 28 The men of Beth-el . . two hundred twenty
2. 32 of Harim, three hundred and twenty
2. 33 The children of Lod . . seven hundred twe.
2. 41 the children of Asaph, an hundred twen.
2. 67 six thousand seven hundred and twenty
3. 8 Levites, from twenty years old and upw.
8. ii the sons of Bebai, and with him twenty
8. 19 Merari, his brethren, and their sons, tw.
8. 20 two hundred and twenty Nethinims, all
8. 27 twenty basins of gold of a thousand dra
10. 9 the ninth month, and the twentieth (day)
Neh. i. i in the month Chisleu, in the twentieth ye.
2. i in the twentieth year of Artaxerxes the ki.
5. 14 from the twentieth year even unto the
6. 15 the wall was finished in the twenty and
7. 16 The children of Bebai, six hundred twen.
7. 17 two thousand three hundred twenty and
7. 22 children of Hashum, three hundred twe.
7. 23 children of Bezai, three hundred twenty
7. 27 The men of Anathoth, an hundred twenty
7. 30 The men of Ramah. .six hundred twenty
7. 31 men of Michmas, an hundred and twenty
7. 32 The men of Beth-el, .an hundred twenty
7. 35 of Harim, three hundred and twenty
7. 37 The children of Lod . .seven hundred twe.
7. 69 six thousand seven hundred and twenty
9. i in the twenty and fourth day of this mo.
11. 8 after him Gabbai. .nine hundred twenty
ii. 12 their brethren, .(were) eight hundred tw.
ii. 14 their brethren .. an hundred twenty and
Esth. i. i an hundred and seven and twenty provi.
8. 9 the month Sivan, on the three and twen.
8. 9 an hundred twenty and seven provinces
9. 30 sent the letters, .to the hundred twenty
Jer. 25. 3 unto this day, that (is) the three and twe.
52. i Zedekiah (was) one and twenty years old
52. 28 three thousand Jews, and three and twe
52. 30 In the three and twentieth year of Nebu.
52. 31 in the five and twentieth (day) of the mo.
Eze. 4. io (shall be) by weight, twenty shekels a day
8. 16 five and twenty men, with their backs to.
ii. i at the door of the gate five and twenty
29. 17 it came to pass in the seven and twentieth
40. i In the five and twentieth year of our cap
40. 13 the breadth (was) five and twenty cubits
40. 21, 25 the breadth five and twenty cubits
40. 29, 30, 33 five and twenty cubits
40. 36 and the breadth five and twenty cubits
40. 49 The length of the porch (was) twenty cu.
41. 2 forty cubits, and the breadth, twenty cu.
41. 4 twenty cubits, and the breadth, twenty
41. io the wideness of twenty cubits round abo.
42. 3 Over against the twenty (cubits) which
45. i the length of five and twenty thousand
45. 3 measure the length of five and twenty th.
45. 5 five and twenty thousand, .for twenty ch.
45. 6 five and twenty thousand long, over agai.
45. 12 twenty gerahs : twenty shekels, five and
48. 8 five and twenty thousand (reeds in) brea.
48. 9 five and twenty thousand in length, and
48. 10, io five and twenty thousand in length
48. 13 the Levites (shall have) five and twenty
4 8. 13 the length (shall be) five and twenty tho.
48. 15 over against the five and twenty thousa.
48. 20 twenty thousand by five and twenty tho.
48. 21, 21 over against the five and twenty tho.
Dan. io. 4 in the four and twentieth day of the first
io. 13 the prince . withstood me one and twenty
Hag. 1. 15 In the four and twentieth day of the six
2. i in the one and twentieth (day) of the mo.
2. io In the four and twentieth (day) of the ni.
2. 16 when (one) came to an heap of twenty (me.)
2. 16 to draw out fifty . .there were(but) twenty
2. 18 from the four and twentieth day of the
2. 20 in the four and twentieth day of the mo.
Zech. i. 7 Upon the four and twentieth (day) of the
5. 2 the length thereof (is) twenty cubits, and
2. Twenty,
Dan. 6.
3. Twenty,
Lukei4.
John 6.
Acts 1.
27.
i Co. io.
Rev. 4.
4.
esrin.
i anWndred and twenty princes, which sh.
efao<n eikosi.
31 that cometh against him with twenty th.
19 when they had rowed about five and twe.
15 together were about an hundred and tw.
28 sounded, and found (it) twenty fathoms
8 fell in one day three and twenty thousand
4 round about, .(were) four and twenty se.
4 four and twenty elders sitting, clothed in
TWO
Rev. 4. 10 The four and twenty"elders fall down bef.
5. 8 four (and) twenty elders fell down before
5. 14 the [four (and) twenty] elders fell down
11. 1 6 the four and twenty elders which sat be.
19. 4 the four and twenty elders, and the four
TWENTY thousand
Two myriads, O pin, tV3~i wyshete ribbo, ribbothayim.
Neh 7. 71. 72 twenty thousand drams of gold, and
Psa. 68. 17 The chariots of God (are) twenty thousa.
TWICE (at much)
1.^1 beat, step, cy? paam,
Gen. 41. 32 for that the dream was doubled . .twice
Nuni2o. 1 1 and with his rod he smote the rock twice
i Sa. 18. ii David avoided out of his presence twice
1 Ki. ii. 9 God. .which had appeared unto him twice
Eccl. 6. 6 though he live a thousand years twice (to. )
2. Two, 01$ shenayim.
2 Ki. 6. io saved himself there, not once nor twice
Neh.i3. 20 lodged without Jerusalem once or twice
Job 33. 14 God speaketh once, yea twice, (yet man)
40. 5 spoken; but I will not answer: yea, twice
Psa. 62 ii twice have I heard this, that power (be.
Eccl. 6. 6 though he live a thousand years twice (to.)
3. Second, double, copy, college, njf9 mishneh.
Exodi6. 5 it shall be twice as much as they gather
16. 22 on the sixth day they gathered twice asm.
Job 42. io LORD gave Job twice as much as he had
4. Twice, Si s dis.
Marki4. 30, 72 before the cock crow twice, thou shalt
Luke 1 8. 12 I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of
Jude 12 trees, .twice dead, plucked up by the ro.
TWIG, young
1. Suckling, r\\siv yoneqeth.
Eze. 17. 22 I will crop off from, .his young twigs ate.
2. Sucklings, nip ^ yeniqoth.
Eze. 17. 4 He cropped off the top of his young twigs
TWILIGHT
l.Tivilight,
F$i nesheph.
1 Sa. 30. 17 David smote them from the twilight even
2 Ki. 7. 5 they rose up in the twilight, to go unto
7. 7 they arose, and fled in the twilight, and
Job 3. 9 Let the stars of the twilight thereof be
24. 15 The eye also, .waiteth for the.twilight, sa.
Prov. 7. 9 In the twilight, in the evening, in thebl.
1. Darkness, na^y. alatah.
Eze. 12. 6 In their sight, .carry (it) forth in the tw.
12. 7 I brought (it) forth in the twilight . . I bare
12. 12 shall bear upon (his) shoulder in the twi.
TWINED
To be twined, ~\vy shazar, 6.
Exod 26. i ten curtains (of) fine twined linen, and
26. 31, 36 purple, and scarlet, and fine twined
27. 9 hangings for the court (of) fine twined Ii.
27. 16 fine twined linen, wrought with needle
27. 18 the height five cubits (of) fine twined lin.
28. 6 and fine twined linen, with cunning work
28. 8 purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen
28. 15 and (of) fine twined linen, shalt theu ma.
36. 8 made ten curtains (of) fine twined linen
36. 35 purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen
36. 37 scarlet, and fine twined linen, of needlew.
38. 9 the hangings . .(were of) fine twined linen
38. 16 All the hangings . .(were) of fine twined Ii.
38. 1 8 purple, and scarlet, and fine twined linen
39. 2, 5, 8 purple, and scarlet, and fine twined
39. 24 and purple, and scarlet, (and) twined (Ii.)
39. 28 and linen breeches (of) fine twined linen
39. 29 a girdle (of) fine twined linen, and blue
TWINS, (to bear)
l.To bear twins, DNIJI taam, 5.
Song 4. 2 whereof every one bear twins, and none
6. 6 whereof every one beareth twins, and (th.
I.Tivins, D DiNfl teomim.
Gen. 25. 24 when her days..were fulfilled, behold..tw.
38. 27 it came to pass, .twins (were) in her womb
Song 4. 5 like two young roes that are twins, which
7 . 3 two breasts, .like two young roes, .twins
TWINKLING
A sudden motion, twinkling, biir4\ rhipe.
1 Co. 15. 52 In a moment, in the [twinkling] of an eye
TWO (apiece)
I, A pair, yoke, nex tsemed.
2 Ki.s.i7 two mules bur. ; Judg.ig.io two asses sad.
2.7^0 damsels, D .rcrn rachamathayim.
Judg. 5. 30 to every man a damsel (or) two; toSisera
3. Two, c:)V shenayim.
Gen i. 16 God made two great lights ; the greater
4 19 Lamech took unto him two wives : the na.
s . 18 Jared lived an hundred sixty and two ye.
s 20 were nine hundred sixty and two years
5. 26 lived, .seven hundred eighty and two ye.
s . 28 Lamech lived an hundred eighty and two
6. 19 two of every (sort) shalt thou bring into
6 20 two of every (sort) shall come unto thee
7. 2 of beasts that (are) not clean by two, the
7. 9 There went in two and two unto Noah into
7. 15 two and two of all flesh, wherein (is) the
9. 22 saw the nakedness . . told his two brethren
10. 25 unto Eber were born two sons : the name
11. 20 Reu lived two and thirty years, and begat
127
TWO 1010 TWO
Gen. 19. i there came two angels to Sodom at even
19. 8 I have two daughters which have not kn.
19. 15 take thy wife, and thy two daughters, wh.
19. 16 upon the hand of his two daughters; the
19. 30 dwelt in the mountain, and his two dau.
19. 30 he dwelt in a cave, he and his two daug.
12. 3 took two of his young men with him, and
24. 22 two bracelets for her hands of ten (shek.)
25. 23 Two nations (are) in thy womb, and two
27. 9 fetch me from thence two good kids of the
20. 16 Laban had two daughters : the name of
31. 33 Laban went, .into the two maid servants
31. 41 I served thee fourteen years for thy two
32. 7 he divided the people, .into two bands
32. 10 I passed over. . now I am become two ba.
32. 22 rose up that night, and took his two wiv.
32. 22 two women servants, and his eleven sons
33. i unto Rachel, and unto the two hand ma.
34. 25 two of the sons of Jacob, Simeon and Levi
40. 2 Pharaoh was wroth against two (of) his
41. 50 unto Joseph were born two sons before
42. 37 Slay my two sons, if I bring him not to
44. 27 Ye know that my wife bare me two (sons)
46. 27 the sons of Joseph . .(were) two souls, all
48. i he took with him his two sons, Manasseh
48. 5 now thy two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh
JExod. 2. 13 behold, two men of the Hebrews strove
4. 9 if they will not believe also these two sig.
12. 7 strike (it) on the two side posts and on the
12. 22 strike the lintel and the two side posts wi.
12. 23 blood upon the lintel, and upon the two
16. 22 they gathered twice as much bread, two
18. 3 hertwosons; of which the name of the one
1 8. 6 and thy wife, and her two sons with her
25. 12 two rings, .in the one side of it, and two
25. 18 make two cherubim, .in the two ends of
25. 19 make the cherubim on the two ends ther.
25. 22 the two cherubim which (are) upon the ark
2S- 35> 33i 35 a knop under two branches of the
26. 17 Two~tenons (shall there be) in one board
26. 19, 19 two sockets under, .board forhistwo
26. 21 two sockets under one board, and two so.
26. 23 two boards shalt thou make for the corn.
26. 24 thus, .they shall be for the two corners
26. 25 two sockets under one board, andtwosoc.
27. 7 the staves shall be upon the two sides of
28. 7 two shoulder pieces., joined at the two ed.
28. 9 thou shalt take two onyx stones, and gra.
28. ii shalt thou engrave the two stones with
28. 12 thou shalt put the two stones upon the sh.
28. 12 beartheirnames. .upon his two shoulders
28. 14 two chains (of) pure gold at the ends; (of)
28. 23 two rings of gold, and shalt put the two
28. 24 two wreathen (chains) of gold in the two
28. 25 two ends of the two wreathen. .in the two
28. 26 thou shalt make two rings of gold, and
28. 26 thou shalt put them upon the two ends
28. 27 two (other) rings of gold thou shalt make
28. 27 shalt put them on the two sides of the ep.
29. i Take one young bnllock,and two rams wi.
29. 3 bring, .with the bullock and the two rams
29. 13, 22 the two kidneys, and the fat that (is)
29. 38 two lambs of the first year day by day co.
30. 4 two golden rings shalt thou make to it
30. 4 by the two corners thereof, upon the two
31. 18 two tables of testimony, tables of stone
32. 15 the two tables of testimony (were) in his
34. i Hew thee two tables of stone like unto the
34. 4 he hewed two tables of stone like unto the
34. 4 and took in his hand the two tables of st.
34. 29 the two tables of testimony in Moses ha.
36. 22 One board had two tenons, equally dista.
36. 24 two sockets under one board for his two
36. 24 twosocketsunderanother. . forhistwo te.
36. 26 two sockets under one board, and two so.
36. 28 two boards made he for the corners of the
36. 30 their sockets . . under every board two so.
37. 3 two rings upon the one side of it. and two
37. 7 two cherubim . . on the two ends of the m.
37. 8 made he the cherubim on the two endsth.
37. 21, 2t, 2i a knop under two branches of the
37. 27 two rings of gold, by the two corners of
39. 4 by the two edges was it coupled together
39. 16 made two ouches (of) gold, and two gold
39. 16 put the two rings in the two ends of the
39. 17 two wreathen chains of gold in the two
39. 18 the two ends of the two wreathen chains
39. 18 they fastened in the two ouches, and put
39. 19 two rings of gold, and put (them) on the
39. 20 two (other) golden rings . . on the two sides
Lev. 3. 4, 10, 15 the two kidneys, and the fat that
4. 9 the two kidneys, and the fat that (is) upon
5. 7, ii two turtle doves/ortwoyoungpigeons
7. 4 the two kidneys, and the fat that (is) on
8. 2 two rams, and a basket of unleavened br.
8. 16, 25 the caul (above) the liver, and the two
12. 8 she shall bring two turtles, or two young
14. 4 two birds alive (and) clean, and cedar wo.
14. 10 he shall take two he lambs without blemish
14. 22 two turtle doves, or two young pigeons
14. 49 two birds, and cedar wood, and scarlet
15. 14 take to him two turtle doves, or two yo.
15. 29 take unto her two turtles, or two young
16. i after the death of the two sons of Aaron
16. 5 two kids of the goats fora sin offering, and
1 6. 7 he shall take the two goats, and present
16. 8 Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats
*3. 13 two tenth deals of fine flour mingled with
23. 17 bring two wave loaves of two tenth deals
23. 18 offer, .one young bullock, and two rams
23. 19 two lambs of the first year for a sacrifice
23- ao (for) a wave offering, .with the two lambs
Lev. 24. 5 bake . . two tenth deals shall be in one cake
24. 6 thou shalt set them in two rows, six on a
Num. i. 35 Manasseh, (were) thirty and two thousand
1. 39 threescore and two thousand and seven
2. 21 those that were numbered., thirty and two
2. 26 threescore and two thousand and seven
3. 39 all the males, .(were) twenty and two th.
3. 43 those that were numbered . . twenty and t.
6. 10 bring two turtles, or two young pigeons
7. 3 a wagon for two of the princes, and for
7. 7 Two wagons and four oxen he gave unto
7. 17, 23 two oxen, five rams, five he goats, five
So in verse 29, 35, 4I , 47, 53, S9, 63, 71, 77, 83.
7. 89 speaking, .from between the two cherub.
10. 2 Make thee two trumpets of silver ; of a
11. 26 there remained two (of the) men in the ca.
13. 23 and they bare it between two upon a staff
15. 6 two tenth deals of flour mingled with the
22. 22 he was riding . . and his two servants (were)
26. 14 These (are) the families, .twenty and two
26. 34 fifty and two thousand and seven hundred
26. 37 thirty and two thousand and five hundred
28. 3, 9 two Iambs of the first year without spot
28. 9, 1 2 two tenth deals of flour (for) a meat off.
28. ii, 19, 27 two young bullocks, and one ram
28. 20 three, .for a bullock, and two tenth deals
28. 28 their meat offering, .two tenth deals unto
29. 3 for a bullock, (and) two tenth deals for a
29. 9 to a bullock, (and) two tenth deals to one
29. 13, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32 two rams.. fourteen 1.
29. 14 two tenth deals to each ram of the two ra.
31. 35 thirty and two thousand persons in all, of
31. 40 the LORD S tribute (was) thirty and twop.
34. 15 The two tribes and the half tribe have
35. 6 to them ye shall add forty and two cities
Deut. 3. 8 took at that time out of the hand of the two
3. 21 your God hath done unto these two kings
4. 13 and he wrote them upon two tables of st.
4. 47 two kings of the Amorites, which (were)
5. 22 he wrote them in two tables of stone, and
9. 10 the LOKD delivered unto me two tables of
9. i 1 the LORD gave me the two tables of stone
9. 15 two tables of the covenant (were) in my
9. 17 two tables, and cast them out of my two
10. i Hew thee two tables of stone like unto the
10. 3 hewed two tables of stone like unto the
10. 3 went up. .having the two tables in mine
14. 6 cleaveth the cleft unto two claws, (and)
17. 6 At the mouth of two witnesses, or three
19. 15 at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the
21. 15 If a man have two wives, one beloved, and
32. 30 How should, .two put ten thousand to fli.
Josh. 2. i sent out of Shittim two men to spy secret.
2. 4 the woman took the two men, and hid th.
2. 10 what ye did unto the two kings of the A.
2. 23 So the two men returned, and descended
6. 22 Joshua had said unto the two men that
9. 10 all that he did to the two kingsof the Am.
14. 3 Moseshad given the inheritance of two tr.
14. 4 For the children of Joseph were two trib.
15. 60 Kabbah ; two cities with their villages
19. 30 twenty and two cities with their villages
21. 16 suburbs, nine cities out of those two tribes
21. 25 Gath-rimmon with her suburbs; two cit.
21. 27 and Beeshterah with her suburbs; two c.
24. 12 drave them out. .the two kings of the A.
Judg. 3. 16 made him a dagger which had two edges
7. 3 there returned, .twentyand two thousand
7. 25 they took two princes of the Midianites
8. 12 took the two kings of Midian, Zebah and
9. 44 the two (other) companies ran upon all
10. 3 and judged Israel twenty and two years
11. 37 let me alone two months, that I may go
11. 38 he sent her away (for) two months : and
n. 39 it came to pass, at the end of two months
12. 6 fell at that time . . forty and two thousand
15. 4 put a firebrand, in the midst between two
15. 13 they bound him with two new cords, and
16. 3 took the doors, .and the two posts, and
16. 28 avenged of the Philistines for my two ey.
1 6. 29 Samson took hold of the two middle pill.
20. 21 destroyed., twenty and two thousand men
Ruth. i. i sojourn, .he, and his wife, and his two sons
i. 2 the name of his two sons Mahlonand Ch.
i. 3 died; and she was left, and her two sons
i. 5 the woman was left of her two sons and
i. 7 she went, .and her two daughters in law
i. 8 Naomi said unto her two daughters in law
i. 19 they two went until the} came to Beth-1.
4. ii which two did build the house of Israel
i Sa. i. 2 hehad two wives; thenameof theonewas
1. 3 the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas
2. 21 conceived, and bare three sons and two
2. 34 that shall come upon thy two sons, on H.
4. 4, ii the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phin.
4. 17 thy two sons also, Hophni and Phinehas
6. 7 take two milch kine, on which there hath
6. 10 took two milch kine, and tied them to
10. 2 thou shalt find two men by Rachel s sepul.
10. 4 will salute thee, and give thee two(loaves)
11. ii so that two of them were not left together
13. i when he had reigned two years over Isr.
14. 49 the names of the two daughters (were th.)
23. 18 they two made a covenant before the Lo.
25. 18 and. .two bottles, .of wine, and five sheep
27. 3 David with his two wives, Ahinoam the
28. 8 he went, and two men with him, and they
30. 5 David s two wives were taken captives
30. 12 a cake of figs, and two clusters of raisins
30. 18 David recovered. .and rescued histwo wiv.
a Sa. i. i and David had abode two days in Ziklag
a. 2 David went up thither, and hia two wires
2 Sa. 2. 10 Ish-bosheth, Saul s son., reigned twoyi/irs
4. 2 Saul s sou had two men (that were) capta.
8. 2 with two lines measured he to put to death
8. 5 David slew of the Syrians two and twenty
12. i There were two men in one city; the one
14. 6 had two sons, and they two strove together
15. 27 return into the city, and your two sonswi
15. 36 (they have) there with them their two sons
18. 24 David sat between the two gates: and the
21. 8 the king took the two sons of Rizpah the
23. 20 he slew two lion like men of Moab: he we
1 Ki. 2. 5 what he did to the two captains of the ho!
2. 32 who fell upon two men more righteous
2. 39 two of the servants of Shimei ran away
3. 16 Then came there two women (that were)
3. 18 (there was) no stranger, .save we two in
3. 25 Divide the living child in two, and give
5. 12 there was peace . . and they two made ale.
5. 14 a month they were in Lebanon, (and) two
6. 23 within the oracle he made two cherubim
6. 32 The two doors also (were of) olive tree, and
6. 34 the two doors (were of) fir tree: the twol.
6. 34 the two leaves of the other door (were) fo.
7. 15 he cast two pillars of brass, of eighteen
7. 16 he made two chapiters (of) molten brass
7. 1 8 he made the pillars, and two rows round
7. 20 the chapiters upon the two pillars (had po.)
7. 24 the knops (were) cast in two rows when it
7. 41 The two pillars, and the. .bowls of the ch.
7. 41 the top of the two pillars; and the two net
7. 41 to cover the two bowls of the chapiters
7. 42 for the two net works, (even) two rows of
7. 42 to cover the two bowls of the chapiters
8. 9 the two tables of stone, which Moses put
8. 63 two and twenty thousand oxen, and an ho.
9. 10 Solomon had built the two houses, the ho.
10. 19 (there were) stays . . and two lions stood b.
11. 29 and they two (were) alone in the field
12. 28 the king took counsel, and made two caL
14. 20 the days, .(were) two and twenty years
16. 29 the son of Omri reigned, .twenty and two
17. 12 I (am) gathering two sticks, that I may go
18. 21 How long halt ye between two opinions?
1 8. 23 Let them therefore give us two bullocks
20. i (there were) thirty and two kings with him
20. 15 they were, .hundred and thirty two, and
20. 1 6 the thirty and two kings that helped him
20. 27 Israel pitched before them like two little
21. 10 set two men, sons of Belial, before him, to
21. 13 there came in two men, children of Belial
22. 31 commanded his thirty and two captains
2 Ki. i. 14 burnt up the two captains of the former
2. 6 I will not leave thee. And they two went
2. 7 stood to view afar off: and they two stood
2. 8 so that they two went; overon dry ground
2. 12 he took hold., and rent them in twopiec.
2. 24 there came forth two she bears out of the
2. 24 and tare forty and two children of them
4. i is come to take unto him my two sons to
5. 22 two young men of the sons of the proph.
5 22 a talent of silver, and two changes of gar.
5. 23 in two bags, with two changes, .upon two
7. 14 They took therefore two chariot horses
8. 17 Thirty and two years old was he when he
8. 26 Two and twenty years old (was) Ahaziah
9. 32 there looked out to him two (or; three en.
10. 4 Behold, two kings stood not before him
10. 8 Lay ye them in two heaps at the entering
10. 14 slew them at the pit. .two and forty nitu
11. 7 two parts of all you that go forth on the
15. 2 he reigned two and fifty years in Jerusa.
15. 27 In the two and fiftieth year of Azariahki.
17. 1 6 made them molten images, (even) two ca.
21. 5 in the two courts of the house of the Lo
21. 19 Amon (was)twenty and two years old wh.
21. 19 and he reigned two years in Jerusalem
23. 12 in the two courts of the house of the LORD
25. 16 The two pillars, one sea, and the bases
1 Ch. i. 19 untoEber were born two sons: the name
4. 5 the father of Tekoa had two wives, Helah
7. 2 two and twenty thousand and six hundr.
7. 7 twenty and two thousand and thirty and
ii. 21 he was more honourable than the two, for
11. 22 he slew two lion like men of Moab, also
12. 28 of his father s house twenty and two cap.
18. 5 slew of the Syrians two and twenty thou.
19. 7 they hired thirty and two thousand char.
24. 17 The one and twentieth to Jachin, the two
25. 29 The two and twentieth to Gidalti, (be), his
26. 8 (were) threescore and two of Obed-edom
26. 17 four a day..and toward Asuppimtwo..two
26. 1 8 four at the causeway.. two at Parbar
2 Ch. 3. 10 he made two cherubim of image work, and
3. 15 he made before the house two pillars of
4. 3 Two rows of oxen (were) cast, when it was
4. 12 the twopillars, and thepommels, and the
4. 12 the top of the two pillars, and the two w.
4. 12 to cover the two pommels of the chapiters
4. 13 pomegrantes on the two wreaths; two ro.
4. 13 to cover the two pommels of the chapiters
5.10 nothing in the ark save the two tables wh.
7. 5 offered a sacrifice of twenty and two tho.
9. 18 stays on each side, .and two lions standing
13. 21 begat twenty and two sons, and sixteen
21. 5 Jehoram (was) thirty and two years old
21. 19- after the end of two years, his bowels fell
21. 20 Thirty and two years old was he when he
22. 2 Forty and two years old (was) A haziah wh.
24. 3 Jehoiada took for him two wives; and he
26. 3 he reigned fifty and two years in Jerusal.
33. 5 in the two courtsof the house of the LORD
33. 21 Amon (was) two and twenty years old wh.
TWO
3 Ch.33. 21 began to reign, and reigned two years in J.
Ezra 2. 3 thousand an hundred seventy and two
2. 4 Shephatiah, three hundred seventy and
2. 10 children of B., six hundred forty and two
2. 12 a thousand . .hundred twenty and two
2. 24 The children of Azmaveth, forty and two
2. 27 of Michmas, an hundred twenty and two
2. 29 The children of Nebo, fifty and two
2. 37 children of Immer, a thousand fifty and
2. 58 Nethinims . . three hundred ninety and two
2. 60 The children . . six hundred fifty and two
8. 27 two vessels of fine copper, precious as gold
10. 13 neither (is this) a work of one day or two
Neh. 5. 14 even unto the two and thirtieth year of
6. 15 wall was finished . .in fifty and two days
7. 8 thousand an hundred seventy and two
7. 9 Shephatiah, three hundred seventy and t.
7. 10 The children, .six hundred fifty and two
7. 17 thousand three hundred twenty and two
7. 28 The men of Beth azmavetb, forty and two
7. 31 Michmas, an hundred and twenty and two
7. 33 The men of the other Nebo, fifty and two
7. 40 children of Immer, a thousand fifty and t.
7. 60 Nethinims . . three hundredninety and two
7. 62 The children, .six hundred forty and two
11. 12 brethren .. eight hundred twenty andtwo
ii. 13 his brethren, .hundred forty and two: and
11. 19 their brethren, .anhundredseventyand t.
12. 31 Then I. .appointed two great (companies
12. 40 So stood the two (companies of them that
13. 6 in the two and thirtieth year of Artaxer.
Esth. 2. 21 two of the king s chamberlains, Bigthan
6. 2 two of the king s chamberlains, the keep.
9. 27 they would keep these two days according
Job 13. 20 do not two (things) unto me ; then will
42. 7 against thee, and against thy two friends
Prov 30. 7 Two (things) have I required of thee; de.
30. 15 The horse leach hath two daughters, (cr.)
Eccl. 4. 9 Two (are) better than one; because they
4. ii if two lie together, then they have heat
4. 12 if one prevail against him, two shall with.
Song 4. 5 Thy two breasts (are) like two young roes
7. 3 Thy two breasts (are) like two young roes
Isa. 7. 4 neither be faint hearted for the two tails
7. 2t a man shall nourish a young cow and two
17. 6 two (or) three berries in the top of the up.
47. 9 these two (things) shall come to thee in
51. 19 These two (things) are come unto thee; who
Jer. 2. 13 my people have committed two evils, th.
3. 14 I will take you one of a city, and two of a
24. i two baskets of figs (were) set before the
33. 24 The two families which the LORD hath ch.
52, 20 The two pillars, one sea, and twelve bra.
52. 29 eight hundred thirty and two persons
Eze. i. ntwo. .(were) joined one to another, and two
i. 23 everyone hadtwo. .and every one had two
21. 19 appoint thee two ways, that the sword of
21. 21 stood, .at thehead of thetwo ways, to use
23. 2 there were two women, the daughters of
35. 10 These t-vo nations and these two countries
37. 22 and they shall be no more two nations
37. 22 neither shall they be divided into two king.
40. 9 the posts thereof, two cubits ; and the po.
40. 39 two tables on this side, and two tables on
40. 40 And at the side without, .(were) two tab.
40. 40 at the porch of the gate, (were) two tables
41. 3 measured the post of -the door two cubits
41. 18 made with cherubim . .(every) cherub had
41.22 the length thereof two cubits ; and the co.
41. 23 thetemple and the sanctuary had two do.
41. 24 the doors had two leaves (apiece), twotu.
41. 24 two (leaves) for the one door, and two le.
43. 14 (even)to the lower settle (shall be)two cu.
Dan. 8. 7 and smote the ram, and brake his two ho
9. 25 seven weekg, and threescore and two we
9. 26 after threescore and two weeks shall Me
12. 5 there stood other two. the one on this side
Hos. io1
. 10 shall bind themselves in their two furrows
Amos 3. 3 Can two walk together, except they be ag
3. 12 taketh out of the mouth of the lion two
4. 8 two (or) three cities wandered unto one ci
Zech. 4. 3 two olive trees by it. one upon the right
4. ii What (are) these two olive trees upon the
4. 12 two olive branches which through the two
4. 14 These (are) the two anointed ones, that st
5. 9 there came out two women, and the wind
6. i four chariots out from between two mou
ii. 7 I took unto me two staves : the one 1 ca
13. 8 two parts therein shall be cut off (and) die
4. Two, jn^i
teren.
Dan. 5. 31 Darius . . about threescore and two years
5. Two, 8uo duo.
Matt. 4. 18 Jesus, walking . . saw two brethren, Simon
4. 21 hesaw othertwo brethren, James(theson)
6. 24 No man can serve two masters . for either
8. 28 there met him two possessed with devils
9. 27 two blind men followed him, crying, and
10. 10 neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet
10. 29 Are not two sparrows sold fora farthing?
11. 2 when John had heard . . he sent [two of] his
14. 17 We have here but five loaves, and twofls.
14.19 took the five loaves, and the two fishes, and
18. 8 than having two hands or two feet to be
18. 9 rather than having two eyes to be cast into
18. 16 or two more, that in the mouth of two or
18. 19 if two of you shall agree on earth as tou.
18. 20 where two or three are gathered together
20. 21 Grant that these my two sons may sit, the
20. 24 moved with indignation against the two
ao. 30 two blind men sitting by the way side, w.
1011
Matt? i. i drew nigh, .then sent Jesus two disciples
21. 28 A (certain) man had two sons; and he came
22. 40 On these two commandments hang all the
24. 40 Then shall two be in the field ; the one sh.
24. 41 Two (women shall be) grinding at the mill
25. 15 one he gave five talents, to another two
25. 17 (had received)two, he also gained othertwo
25. 22 He also that had received two talents ca.
25. 22 Lord, thou deliveredst unto me two tale.
25. 22 I have gained two othertalents besides th.
26. 2 Ye know that after two days is (the feast
26. 37 he took with him Peter and the two sons
26. 60 At the last came two false witnesses
27. 38 Then were there two thieves crucified wi.
Mark 6. 7 began to send them forth by two and two
6. 9 shod with sandals ; and not put on two co.
6. 38 when they knew, they say, Five, and two
6. 41 had taken the five loaves and the two fis.
6. 41 thw two fishes divided he among them all
9. 43 than having two hands to go into hell, in.
9. 45 than having two feet to be cast into hell
9. 47 than having two eyes to be cast into hell
11. i when they came . . he sendeth forth two of
12. 42 she threw in two mites, which make a fa.
14. i After two days was (the feast of) the pas.
14. 13 he sendeth forth two of his disciples, and
15. 27 with him they crucify two thieves; the one
16. 12 [he appeared in another form unto two of]
Luke 2. 24 A pair of turtle doves, or two young pig.
3. n He that hath two coats, let him impart to
5. 2 saw two ships standing by the lake : but
7. 19 John calling (unto him) two of his disci.
7. 41 a certain creditor which had two debtors
9. 3 neither money; neither have two coats ap.
9. 13 no more but five loaves and two fishes
9. 16 he took the five loaves and the two fishes
9. 30 there talked with him two men, which we.
9. 32 they saw. .the two men that stood with
10. i sent them two and two (lit. two apiece)
10. 35 he took out two pence, and gave (them)
12. 6 Are not five sparrows sold for two farth.?
12. 52 divided, three against two, and two agai.
15. ii And he said, A certain man had two sons
16. 13 No servant can serve two masters : forei.
17. 34 in that night there shall be two (men) in
17. 35 Two (women) shall be grinding together
17. 36 Two (men) shall be in the field; the one
18. io Two men went up into the temple to pray
19. 29 when he was come, .he sent two of hisd.
21. 2 a certain poor widow casting in . .twomi.
38 they said, Lord, behold, here (are) two sw.
32 there were also two others, malefactors
4 two men stood by them in shining garni.
13 two of them went that same day to a vil.
35 the next day after, John stood, and two
37 the two disciples heard him speak, and
40 One of the two which heard him (speak)
6 containing two or three firkins apiece
40 besought him. .and he abode there two
43 after two days he departed thence, and
9 hath five barley loaves, and two small fish.
17 that the testimony of two men is true
6 he abode two days still in the same place
18 they crucified him, and two other with
12 seeth two angels in white sitting, the one
2 the (sons) of Zebedee, and two other of
io two men stood by them in white apparel
23 they appointed two, Joseph called Barsa.
24 show whether of these two thou hastch
29 the land of Madian, where he begat two
38 they sent unto him [two] men, desiring
7 he called two of his household servants
6 between two soldiers, bound with two
io this continued by the space of two years
22 he sent into Macedonia two of them that
34 all. .about the space of two hours cried
33 commanded (him) to be bound with two
23 he called unto (him) two centurions, sa.
1 6 for two, saith he, shall be one flesh
27 (let it be) by two, or at the most (by) thr.
29 Let the prophets speak two or three, and
i In the mouth of two or three witnesses
22 it is written, that Abraham had two sons
24 theseare the two covenants ; the one from
31 joined unto his wife, and they two shall
23 I am in a strait betwixt two, having a de.
19 receive not anaccusation, but before two
1 8 That by two immutable things, in which
28 died without mercy under two or three
12 behold, there come two woes more here.
16 the horsemen (were) two hundred thous.
11. 2 they tread underfoot forty (and) two mo.
u. 3 I will give (power) unto my two witnes.
ii. 4 the two olive trees, and the two candles.
11. io these two prophets tormented them that
12. 14 to the woman were given two wings of a
13. 5 power, .to continue forty (and) two mon.
13. ii he had two horns like a lamb, and hesp.
TWO hundred, two thousand
1. Two hundred, SiaKoa-ioi diakosioi.
Mark 6. 37 Shall we go and buytwo hundred penny. John 6. 7 Two hundred pennyworth of bread is not
21. 8 not far from land, but as it were twohun.
Acts 23. 23 two hundred soldiers, .spearmen two hu.
27. 37 two hundred threescore and sixteen sou.
Rev. ii. 3 a thousand two hundred. . threescore days
12. 6 a thousand two hundred . . threescore da.
I.Two thousand, Sia-yi^ioi dischilioi.
Mark 5. 13 the herdT. they were about two thousand
22.
23-
24 .
24-
John i.
4.
4.
6.
8.
ii.
19.
20.
21.
Acts i.
7.
9.
10.
12.
19.
19.
19.
21.
23.
1 Co. 6.
14.
14.
2 Co. 1 3.
Gal. 4.
4.
Eph. 5.
Phil. i.
i Ti. 5.
Heb. 6.
io.
Rev. 9.
9.
TYRE
TWO parts, two edged
\.llalf, middle, part, vn chatsi.
1 Ki.i6. 21 Then were the people, .divided into two p.
I.Mouth, .15 peh.
Prov. 5. 4 her end is. .sharp as a two edged sword
3. Edges, ni D 9 [peh].
Psa. 149. 6 and a two edged sword in their hand
4. Double edged, Sio-royuos distomos.
Heb. 4. 12 sharper than any two edged sword, pierc.
Rev. i. 1 6 out of his mouth went a sharp two edged
2. 12 which hath the sharp sword with twoed.
TWOFOLD more
Doubly, twice as much, Snr\6rfpoi diploteron.
Matt23. 15 ye make him twofold more the child of
TY-Cm -CUS, TvxticSs fortunate. A believer in Asia Minor, who accompanied Paul to Jeru
salem, when he left Greece, and was sent by him first
to Ephesus, and then to Colosse.
Acts 20. 4 there accompanied him . . T. and Trophim.
Eph. 6. 21 T. . .shall make known to you all things
Col. 4. 7 All my state shall T. declare unto you
2 Ti. 4. 12 And T. have I sent to Ephesus
Titus 3. 12 I shall send Artemas unto thee, or T.
TY RAN -NTTS, Tvpavvos. A person in Ephesus, in whose school Paul disputed
daily for two years.
Acts 19. 9 disputing daily in the school of one T.
TYRE, TYRtTS, lis, is rock, Tvpos. A city in the centre of Phoenicia, on the coast of the
Mediterranean Sea, five miles S. of the Leontes River,
and midway between Acho and Sidon, and three miles
W. of Raamah. Said to have been founded B.C. 2750;
in 1443 it was assigned to the tribe of Asher, but was
never occupied by them ; in 1210 it received many fugi
tives from Sidon ; in 1014 Hiram its king helped Solo
mon in his great works ; in 721-716 it successfully re
sisted Shalmaneser king of Assyria ; in 585-572 it did the
same to Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, when the in
habitants founded insular Tyre, which in 332 was taken
by Alexander the Great (after a siege of seven months),
by his constructing a mole connecting it with the main
land; in 315 it was taken by Antigonus of Syria after a
siege of fifteen months; in 248 it was treacherously
surrendered to Antiochus the Great by Theodotus, lieu
tenant of Ptolemy Philopater; in A.D. 1124 it was taken
by the Crusaders from the Saracens, after a siege of five
and a half months, when a third of it was assigned to
Venice ; in 1187 it successfully resisted Saladin ; in 1391
it was taken by the Turks; in 1766 the Metalwilch, a
sect of the Shiites, settled at it, and established a trade
in grain and tobacco ; in 1841 it was taken by the allied
fleet. Councils were held here, A.D. 335 and 518. Eze.
37. 1-32 contains a glowing account of its ancient riches
and extensive traffic, from Spain to India, including
Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Arabia, and
Persia, in gold, silver, iron, lead, tin, copper; wheat,
cereals, honey, oil, balm; wools and linen fabrics;
ivory and ebony ; jewellery, and dyes of all kinds. It
has now about 4000 of a population. Jo? ;g. 29.
2 Sa. 5. ii Hiram king of T. sent messengers to Da.
24. 7 came to the strong hold of T., and to all
i Ki. 5. i Hiram king of T. sent his servants unto
7. 13 Solomon sent, .fetched Hiram out of T.
9. ii the king of T. had furnished Solomon wi.
9. 12 Hiram came out from T. to see the cities
1 Ch.i4. i Hiramkingof T. sent messengers to David
2 Ch. 2. 3 Solomon sent to Huram the king of T., sa.
2. ii Huram the king of T. answered in writing
Psa. 45. 12 the daughter of T. (shall be there) with a
83. 7 the Philistines with the inhabitants of T.
87. 4 behold Philistia, and T., with Ethiopia
Isa. 23. i burden of T. Howl, ye ships of Tarshish
23. 5 shall they be. .pained at the report of T.
23. 8 Who hath taken this counsel against T.
23. 15 that T. shall be forgotten seventy years
23. 15 after the end of seventy years shall T. sing
23. 17 the LORD will visit T., and she shall turn
Jer. 25. 22 all the kings of T., and all the kings of Z.
27. 3 send them, .to the king of T. . .by the ha.
47. 4 to cut off from T. and Zidon every helper
Eze. 26. 2 T. hath said. .Aha she is broken (that was)
26. 3 Behold, I (am) against thee, O T., and wi.
26. 4 they shall destroy the walls of T., and br.
26. 7 I will bring upon T. Nebuchadrezzar king
26. 15 Tims saith the Lord GOD to T. ; Shall not
27 2 son of man, take up a lamentation for T.
27. 3 say unto T., O thou that art situate at the
27. 3 O T., thou hast said, I (am) of perfect be.
27. 8 thy wise (men), O T. . .were thy pilots
27. 32 What (city is) like T., like the destroyed
28. 2 Son of man, say unto the prince of T., Th.
28. 12 take up a lamentation upon the king of T.
29. 18 N. . .caused his army to serve .. against T.
29. 18 yet had he no wages, nor his army, for T.
Hos. 9. 13 Ephraim, as I saw T.,(is) planted in a pi.
Joel 3. 4 Yea. .what have ye to do with me, p T.
Amos i. 9 For three transgressions of T. . . I will not
i. 10 But I will send a fire on the wall of T.
Zech. 9. 2 Hamathalso shall border thereby; T.,and
9. 3 And T. did build herself a strong hold
i Ki. 7. 14 his father (was) a man of T., a worker in
1 Ch.22. 4 they of T., brought much cedar wood to D.
2 Ch. 2. 14 his father(was) aman of T., skilful to wo.
Ezra 3. 7 They gave . . meat . . drink . . to them of T.
Neh. 13. 16 There dwelt men of T. also therein, which
Matt ii. 21 if the mighty works .. had been done in T.


Mattn. 22 It shall be more tolerable for T. and Sidon
15. 21 Jesus, .departed into the coasts of T. and
Mark 3. 8 they about T. and Sidon . .came unto him
7. 24 he arose, and went into the borders of T.
7. 31 departing from the coasts of T. . .he came
Luke 6. 17 people . . from the sea coast of T. . . came to
10. 13 if the mighty works had been done in T.
jo. 14 But it shall be more tolerable for T. and
Acts 12. 20 H. was highly displeased with them of T.
21. 3 we. .sailed into Syria, and lauded at T.
11. 7 when we had finished (our) course from T.
TTC -AL, ^2X or Sp.
A person unknown, mentioned along with Ithiel.
Prov. 30. i the man spake unto Ithiel, even unto . . V.
TI -EL, SKI.X.
A son of Bani, that had taken a strange wife during the
exile. B.C. 445.
Ezra 10. 34 the sous of Bani ; Maadai, Amram, and I .
TJL -AI, i??N.
A river surrounding Susa, falling into the Euphrates
below its junction with the Tigris ; called by the Greeks
Eulanis or Choaspes ; and now Kerah, or Kerkhah.
Dan. 8. 2 and I saw . and I was by the river of V.
8. 16 heard a. .voice between (the banks of) I .




GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
"HOW TO"
Start a Church, Christian School, or Bible School;
"HOW TO"
Begin Home-Schooling, or get a Christian or Bible School Accredited, etc;

How to Start a Church Legally: PART-1
How to Start a Church Legally: PART-2 (Background)
How to Start a Church Spiritually: PART-3
How to Start a Local Church Ministry: PART-4
How to Start a Church Legally: PART-5

How to Name a Church: PART-6
How to Write a Statement of Faith: Part-7
How to Name a Church: PART-8
Why You Should NOT INCORPORATE! (MOST IMPORTANT LEGALLY!)

How to Start a Church TODAY with immediate Tax-Exemption!
Just TEN-SURE-&-SIMPLE STEPS! PART-9 (Most Popular!)
HOW TO DO Church Planting, Part-10

How to do Church Minutes for Business Meetings: Part-11
How to know if you are being called to Minister: Part-12
How to make your Ministry Sales Tax Exempt: TODAY Part-13
EKKLESIA ARCHIVES: Who Started Your Church? History, Part-14

HOME-SCHOOLING: How to get Started! TODAY! Part-15

What Is A "FREE-CHURCH!" - General Background;
What is a "FREE-CHURCH?" 33-Questions and Answers
CHURCHES as CORPORATIONS: "IS IT A GREAT SIN?"
You MUST Understand this Teaching! "EYE-OPENING!"

HOW TO START A CHURCH LEGALLY: TOP-TEN Webpages
Pulpit Freedom Sunday! Freedom of Speech and Preachers!
WHY PREACHERS WIN NO SOULS (DO YOU?)
Home School Your Children: 20-Great-Resaons!
How To Get Your Christian School or Bible School Accredited By;
"CAMBRIDGE! Greatest Name in Education"

Free Ordination-1 by Cambridge Theological Seminary
Cambridge Theological Seminary:
Religious Degrees, Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate

[**] Why You Should "UNINCORPORATE" your Church
BEFORE it's TOO LATE!
BEFORE it's TOO LATE!
BEFORE it's TOO LATE!

GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
Do You Qualify for
An Honorary "Doctor of Divinity" from Cambridge Theological Seminary?
If you believe God's Word as Stated Above:
Probably!
(Click for a Free Evaluation!)
GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER


CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN RAPTURE READY BANNER PART-1RAPTURE READY BANNER RAPTURE READY BANNER PART-3 CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN
Many Fine Bible Scholars seem unaware,
Of Christ's Great Parable covering the whole Church Age,
From His Sowing First Seed to His Great End-Time Harvest of Souls!
And Final Judgment of the Unsaved and their Damnation;
To Christ’s Presence with us and The Eternal Kingdom!

(See Greatest Parable on End of Times!)

Christ’s Greatest Parable on End of Times: Brief Overview
CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN RAPTURE READY BANNER PART-1RAPTURE READY BANNER RAPTURE READY BANNER PART-3 CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN


MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER
GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER

CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN"AMAZING ETERNAL LIFE FILES!"CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN

MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER
GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER


GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
Do You Qualify for
An Honorary "Doctor of Divinity" from Cambridge Theological Seminary?
If you believe God's Word as Stated Above:
Probably!
(Click for a Free Evaluation!)
GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER


HOME OF
CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVINGCHRISTIAN ENCYCLOPEDIASCHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING
AMERIPEDIA™ BIBLIPEDIA™ CHRISTIPEDIA™
AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN (Cambridge Theological Seminary Archives!) AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN


What Is
The WORD of GOD?
CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN BIBLE HEADER CENTERCHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN
CHRISTIPEDIA™
Statement On The Holy Scriptures;
‘Lens’ Through Which ALL Knowledge Is Understood;
THE WORD of GOD, AXIOM-1:
"IF" there exists any such thing as 'The Word of God'; [and ALL evidence proves such does exist:] "THEN" by inherent definition - it must be "GOD-BREATHED!"
    (Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Intrepid, Infallible, Infinitive, Invincible, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Inalienable, Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Eternal and Indubitable - NEVER FAILING - and ALL CONQUERING!) DEDUCTING the above from the simple fact: That GOD EQUATES HIS WORD WITH HIMSELF!
      "In the Beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God, . . ." John 1:1 (and other Scriptures),
Thus 'GOD'S WORD' can have no lesser standard than that stated;


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

GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
"God's Goals"

For This World!

Does God Achieve His Goals?
OR, does Satan achieve his goals?

(All Teaching and Commentary from "INSPIRED-INERRANT!" View of Scripture!)

THE MOST IMPORTANT "3-QUESTION QUIZ" - EVER!

    The Adversary’s Goals:

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

    God the Father’s Goals:

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

    God the Son’s Goals:

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

    God the Spirit’s Goals:

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

      Who Achieves STATED GOALS? GODHEAD or Satan?

      If you believe,
        God the Father,
          God the Son, &
            God the Spirit
              Achieve Goals, NOT Satan;
                Please "CLICK" below!
    "I Believe GOD ACHIEVES HIS GOALS for the World!"

    HOME OF
    CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVINGCHRISTIAN ENCYCLOPEDIASCHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING
    HISTIPEDIA™ ISLAMIPEDIA™ JUDAEOPEDIA™
    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN (Cambridge Theological Seminary Archives!) AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN

    flag divider
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    CHRISTIAN COALITION VOTER GUIDECHRISTIAN VOTER STARCHRISTIAN VOTER GUIDECHRISTIAN VOTER STARCHRISTIAN CATHOLIC VOTER GUIDE
    ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS CONSULT "CHRISTIAN VOTER GUIDES!"
    Voting Righteousness is God's Command!
    (CLICK VOTER LOGO ABOVE)
    (Then Click "YOUR STATE" for "YOUR CANDIDATES!")


    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER

    CONSERVATIVE RANKING

    Of ALL 50-STATES by GALLUP: (AMAZING!)
    flag divider


    State, Conservative Percentage, Liberal Percentage, Difference +/-
    CONSERVATIVE RANKING OF ALL 50 STATES

    [SOURCE: GALLUP Polling Company, 2011-12].

    UNITING CONSERVATIVES into "ONE NATION UNDER GOD!"


    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    flag divider

    CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING"WAS JESUS PATRIOTIC?"CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING

    flag divider

    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICANIS 'PATRIOTISM' SINFUL?AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN

    flag divider

    ISRAELI FLAG WAVING ISRAELWAS ESTHER PATRIOTIC?ISRAELI FLAG WAVING ISRAEL

    flag divider

    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN"WAS PAUL PATRIOTIC?"AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN

    flag divider

    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICANWAS MOSES PATRIOTIC??AMERICAN FLAG WAVING

    flag divider
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVINGPOLITIPEDIACHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING

    Online Political Encyclopedia

    Cambridge Theological Seminary

    Biblical View of Government;


    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER










    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICANCAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGECAMBRIDGE
    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN
    "CAMBRIDGE!"
    BIBLE MNEMONICS!
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    No other spiritual exercise,
    pays greater spiritual dividends than MEMORIZING Scripture!
    (Dr. Charles "Chuck" Swindoll, Radio-TV-Preacher)
    "I am convinced,
    that one of the GREATEST things we can do is to memorize Scripture."
    (Dr. Billy Graham, "World's Greatest Evangelist")
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    MEMORIZE THEME of EVERY CHAPTER IN NEW TESTAMENT!
    (With Little Rhymes, Limericks for EACH CHAPTER!)
    In just 90 days . . . YOU know know from MEMORY,
    What EVERY CHAPTER in the WHOLE NEW TESTAMENT is about!
    |Mat|Mar|Luk|Joh|Act|Rom|1-Co|2-Co|Gal|Eph|Php|Col|1-Th|2-Th|
    |1-Ti|2-Ti|Tit|Phm|Heb|Jam|1-Pe|2-Pe|1-Jo|2-Jo|3-Jo|Jud|Rev|

    MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER

    CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN"AMAZING ETERNAL LIFE FILES!"CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING CHRISTIAN

    MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    MULTI-COLOR THIN BAR DIVIDER
    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN AMERICAN-FLAG-WHITE-BIBLE CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING
    The "Inerrant Word of God!" Declares
    "These things have I WRITTEN unto you who BELIEVE,
    THAT YE MAY KNOW that ye have Eternal Life." 1 John 5:13
    So How Can We Know?
    Dearest Visitor!
    People PRAY 'ROUND-THE-CLOCK' for ALL who VISIT THIS PAGE!
    We BEG of YOU - TODAY - to "M-E-M-O-R-I-Z-E!" this SCRIPTURE!
    "These things have I written unto you who BELIEVE,
    THAT YE MAY KNOW That ye HAVE ETERNAL LIFE!" 1 John 5:13
    Let's Break it Down!
    "These things have I WRITTEN" (Absolute, Unchanging)
    Unto You who BELIEVE, (BELIEVE! Plus Nothing! Minus Nothing!)
    THAT YE MAY K-N-O-W! (NOT 'Hope', 'Wish', 'Think', 'Suppose', etc.,)
    That ye HAVE! (NOT "WILL HAVE"...SOMEDAY! But HAVE NOW!)
    Eternal Life!" (You "Receive" Christ, He comes into Your HEART PROMISING!
    "I WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU NOR FORSAKE YOU!" Heb 13:5
    YOU invite Christ in; HE GUARANTEES: "I WILL NEVER LEAVE'!" IT'S SETTLED!
    FACT!
    You know..."IF" you believe...that Jesus Christ died on the Cross:
    For sins of all humanity! (Including your own!)
    FACT!
    Do you BELIEVE, You have ETERNAL LIFE NOW, for SURE?
    PLEASE CLICK...IF YOU BELIEVE WE CAN "KNOW"
    I BELIEVE, ETERNAL LIFE CAN BE KNOWN FOR SURE, IN THIS LIFE! 1 John 5:13
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER







    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    HOME OF
    CHRISTIAN FLAG WAVINGCHRISTIAN ENCYCLOPEDIASCHRISTIAN FLAG WAVING
    POLITIPEDIA™ MEDIPEDIA™ CHRISTIPEDIA™
    AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN (Cambridge Theological Seminary Archives!) AMERICAN FLAG WAVING AMERICAN
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    Web's Largest MEDICAL Site with "INERRANT BIBLE" Approach!

    Welcome To!

    GLOBE CROSS STANDING ON BIBLEMEDIPEDIA™GLOBE CROSS STANDING ON BIBLE
    An Online Biblical Medical Encyclopedia,
    God's Word "INERRANT!" Even In Medicine!
    By NewtonStein Academy of Scholars
    From 50 Nations Throughout the World!
    UNFOLDING ROSEYOUTH-RENEWED-AVATAR MOST AGED FACE BLONDE LADY IN PINKUNFOLDING ROSE
    UNFOLDING ROSEJESSICA SIMPSONMAN AGING IN STAGESWRINKLED MAN HEAD BANDWRINKLED FACE WHITE HAIRUNFOLDING ROSE
    What Happens?
    GOD SAYS: "The SOUL that sins shall AGE, DECAY and DIE!"
    Genesis 2:17 Ezekiel 18:4, 13, 18, 20
    (Hebrew word for "dying" includes: aging, decaying, expiring;)
    BUT ... GOD ALSO PROMISES:
    "Thy YOUTH shall be RENEWED like the Eagle!"
    Psalm 103:5

    UNFOLDING ROSEDid You Know God Promises" UNFOLDING ROSE

    "YOUTH RENEWED!"

    Psalm 103:5

    "NONE of These DISEASES"

    Exodus 15:26

    "NO SICKLY OR FEEBLE AMONG YOU"

    Psalm 105:37

    "UNLIMITED ENERGY, EVEN WITH AGING!"

    Isaiah 40:31

    Worth Studying For? Believing For? Eating For? Obeying For?

    rotating star "YES!"rotating star

    UNFOLDING ROSEYOUTH-RENEWED-AVATAR MOST AGED FACE BLONDE LADY IN PINKUNFOLDING ROSE
    UNFOLDING ROSEJESSICA SIMPSONMAN AGING IN STAGESWRINKLED MAN HEAD BANDWRINKLED FACE WHITE HAIRUNFOLDING ROSE

    What Happens?
    MEDIPEDIA™

    Please Visit Top Webpages

    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    [1] “MEDIPEDIA™" - Advanced Anti-Aging Therapy
    [2] “MEDIPEDIA™" – BIBLE-HEALTH-SECRETS-Male-Hormone-Replacement-BOOST-TESTOSTERONE--PART-1
    [3] “MEDIPEDIA™" – BIBLE HEALTH SECRETS, Male Hormone Replacement, BOOST TESTOSTERONE, PART-2
    [4] “MEDIPEDIA™" - BIBLE HEALTH SECRETS, Low Testosterone Quiz
    [5] “MEDIPEDIA™" - Male Hormone Replacement Therapy, PART-3
    [6] “MEDIPEDIA ™" – DHEA: Anti-Aging Effects: "Are You Always Tired?" DHEA-1
    [7] “MEDIPEDIA™" – DHEA: Anti-Aging Benefits: "What Are They?" DHEA-2
    [8] “MEDIPEDIA™" – DHEA: Anti-Aging Additional Effects: "What Are They?" DHEA-3
    [9] “MEDIPEDIA™" - DHEA: Anti-Aging-Sexual Effects: "Sexual Aging Improved?" DHEA-4
    [10] “MEDIPEDIA™" – DHEA: Anti-Aging-Effects: "Questions And Answers!" DHEA-5
    [11] “MEDIPEDIA™" – DHEA: Anti-Aging-Effects: "Some case Studies;" DHEA-6
    [12] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Female Progesterone Deficiency, EARLY-SYMPTOMS, PART-1
    [13] “MEDIPEDIA™" - Female Progesterone Deficiency, EARLY-SYMPTOMS, PART-1
    [14] “MEDIPEDIA ™" – AGE-SPOTS: Amazing Home Remedies and Cures
    [15] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Amazing Benefits of DESSICATED LIVER SUPPLEMENTS
    [16] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING, Wrinkles: Causes and Cures
    [17] “MEDIPEDIA™" - ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Amazing Benefits of Calorie Reduction
    [18] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Amazing Benefits of FASTING
    [19] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Amazing Benefits of Natural Skin Peels
    [20] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Bible Baldness
    [21] “MEDIPEDIA™" - ASTHMA THERAPY: Natural and Complementary Methods
    [22] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Can You Really HEART ATTACK PROOF Yourself by Diet
    [23] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Dietary-Secret-to-ANTI-AGING-HORMONE(Very Brief!)
    [24] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Why Do DOCTORS DIE YOUNGER?
    [25] “MEDIPEDIA™" - Exercise Secret to ANTI-AGING HORMONES
    UNFOLDING ROSEYOUTH-RENEWED-AVATAR MOST AGED FACE BLONDE LADY IN PINKUNFOLDING ROSE
    UNFOLDING ROSEJESSICA SIMPSONMAN AGING IN STAGESWRINKLED MAN HEAD BANDWRINKLED FACE WHITE HAIRUNFOLDING ROSE
    What Happens?
    [26] “MEDIPEDIA™" – BIBLE-HEALTH-SECRETS-HALLELUJAH-DIET Author Suffers Stroke, Age-67
    [27] “MEDIPEDIA™" – BIBLE HEALTH SECRETS, HEALTH FOR LIFE, General Sprint Routine
    [28] “MEDIPEDIA™" - BIBLE HEALTH SECRETS, Do Homosexuals Die 30-Years Younger?
    [29] “MEDIPEDIA™" - Kidney Stones Calculi DISSOLVED by VITAMINS
    [30] “MEDIPEDIA ™" – LEG-CRAMPS, MAGIC-CURE? A BAR of SOAP?
    [31] “MEDIPEDIA™" – More Physical Causes of Low Male Sperm Count
    [32] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Possible Cancer Answers and Alternative Solutions
    [33] “MEDIPEDIA™" - PRO-BIOTICS: How Valuable Are They?
    [34] “MEDIPEDIA™" – REVIEW and CRITIQUE of High-Blood Pressure Research
    [35] “MEDIPEDIA™" – SKIN CANCER INFORMATION: Some Home Remedies
    [36] “MEDIPEDIA™" – TREMORS, PARKINSONS - Shakiness and Natural Solutions
    [37] “MEDIPEDIA™" - ANTI-AGING SECRETS, ARCHIVES: How Did STEVE REEVES TRAIN?
    [38] “MEDIPEDIA™" – AGE-SPOTS: ANTI-AGING SECRETS, ARCHIVES: STEVE REEVES as Hercules
    [39] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Amazing Benefits of DESSICATED LIVER SUPPLEMENTS
    [40] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING, Wrinkles: Causes and Cures
    [41] “MEDIPEDIA™" - ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Amazing Benefits of Calorie Reduction
    [42] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Amazing Benefits of FASTING
    [43] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Amazing Benefits of Natural Skin Peels
    [44] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Bible Baldness
    45] “MEDIPEDIA™" - ASTHMA THERAPY: Natural and Complementary Methods
    [46] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Can You Really HEART ATTACK PROOF Yourself by Diet
    [47] “MEDIPEDIA™" – ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Dietary-Secret-to-ANTI-AGING-HORMONE(Very Brief!)
    [48] “MEDIPEDIA™" – Why Do MEDICAL DOCTORS DIE YOUNGER?
    [49] “MEDIPEDIA™" – BIBLE HEALTH: ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Moses Said His "Natural Force" was NOT Abated!
    [50] “MEDIPEDIA™" – BIBLE HEALTH: ANTI-AGING SECRETS: Moses Said His "Natural Force" was NOT Abated!
    UNFOLDING ROSEYOUTH-RENEWED-AVATAR MOST AGED FACE BLONDE LADY IN PINKUNFOLDING ROSE






    flag divider
    "CHURCH U S A ! "
    flag divider





    GOLD DIVIDER CROSS

    *COPYRIGHT NOTICE*

      In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, any copyrighted work in the NewtonStein, Cambridge Theological Seminary is archived here under fair use without profit or payment to those who have expressed a prior interest in reviewing the included information for personal use, non-profit research, and educational purposes only. Ref. http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/17/107.shtml

    Apostle Paul did NOT COPYRIGHT His Work!
    Neither does NewtonStein his writings!

      >> MBF.com Text may be FREELY COPIED by ALL WHO BELIEVE IN JESUS AS THE CHRIST! (Under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, US and International LAW). >> Please give reference to our WEBSITE as source according to the GOLDEN RULE of JESUS! >> No Minister-Best-Friend.com TEXT may be used in ANY WAY FOR PROFIT! JESUS says "FREELY ye have received FREELY GIVE!" ** NOTE: Layout, photos, graphics, quotes, books, articles by OTHERS - all such is copyrighted to the owners: MBF.com TEXT IS FREE to Believers who will honor us as the source! ** Thank you and MAY GOD GREATLY BLESS YOUR MINISTRY!


    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    flag divider
    COPYRIGHT (c) AD-2000 Cambridge Theological Seminary Encyclopedias;
    COPYRIGHT (c) AD-1977 Cambridge Theological Seminary International
    COPYRIGHT (c) AD-1965 Cambridge Bible Institute, USA
    COPYRIGHT (c) AD-1953 Cambridge World Evangelism
    COPYRIGHT (c) AD-1945 Cambridge Bible Church
    flag divider
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER


    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER

    Could you please share your State of Salvation that we may better know and serve you, our readers?

    At this time, I do NOT believe Jesus is the Saviour!
    I DO believe Jesus is the Saviour; I know I have Eternal Life!
    I do NOT believe it is possible to 'Know in this life' - IF one has Eternal Life;
    In 'THREE MINUTES'...you can "Know for Certain!" if your NOW HAVE Eternal Life! (or not!) 1 John 5:13
    I want to know with CERTAINLY what God's Word declares:
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER


    A Second Most Important Question!

    Can you explain to a Spouse, a Child, or a Friend, HOW "Eternal Life as God's FREE GIFT" (Rom 6:23), Unearned and Undeserved? Eph 2:8-9
    If not, please read "Eternal Life as God's FREE GIFT!" Eph 2:8-9, Tit 3:5


    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    PLEASE, will you name "Ministers-Best-Friend.com" aloud . . .
    . . .in Prayer Daily, or as often as you think of us? PLEASE?
    GOLD DIVIDER WITH CROSS CENTER
    flag divider


    PLEASE READ DOCTRINAL DISCLAIMER:

    Ministers-Best-Friend.com is an Absolute, Bible-Believing, Christian Ministry, seeking to serve the Ministers - and dedicated Christians who serve the LORD JESUS.

    As such, we provide web-space to a number of Ministries - notably "NewtonStein!" (a Creation-Based Science Research Group), as well as AMERIPEDIA, BIBLIPEDIA, CHRISTIPEDIA, CATHOLIPEDIA, HISTIPEDIA, ISLAMIPEDIA, JUDAEOPEDIA, POLITIPEDIA, TEA-PARTY-UNITED, MEDIPEDIA, ETC.;

    All Absolute-Bible-Believing, and each has their specific calling and ministry to reach Muslims, Jews, Scientists, teach Biblical Medicine and Health, Godly Government, Church Leadership, sharing American Godly History, and the HAND OF GOD in World History over the Ages!

    Obviously, all branches of Christianity do not agree doctrinally - or politically - and sometimes even disagree on the actual facts concerning a particular