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U -LAM,   solitary.
1. A son of Sheresh, grandson of Manasseh B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 7. 16 and his sons (were) V. and Kakem
7. 17 And the sons of U. , Bedau. These (were)
" A son of Eshek, a Benjamite, of the family of Saul.
B.C. 840.
i Ch. 8. 39 the sons of Eshek his brother (were) V
8. 40 the sous of U. were mighty men of valour

UL -LA,  burden.
An Asherlte, father of Arab, and Haniel and Rezia.  B.C 1452.
1 Ch. 7:39 the sons of Ulla , Arah, and Hanuiel, and

UM -MAH,  union, kindred
A city in Asher, near Aphek or Rehob ; now called
Alma, near Ras Nakhura
Josh. 19. 30 U. also, and Aphek, and Rehob: twenty

UNACCUSTOMED  taught, if?
Jer 31. 18 I was chastised, as a bullock unaccustom.

UNAWARES (at)
1. Without knowledge, njn Sa5 bi-beli daath.
Deut. 4. 42 which should kill his neighbour unawares
%.Not to know, UT, *b lo yada.
Psa. 35. 8 Let destruction come upon him at unaw.
Z.Tie heart, ijh, ih leb, lebab.
Gen. 31. 20 Jacob stole away unawares to Labau the
31. 26 that thou hast stolen away unawares to
4. Error, ignorance, n)3V3 bi-shegagah.
JN uni35. ii flee, .which killeth any person at unawa.
35. 15 that killeth any person unawares may
Josh. 20. 3 That. .slayer that killeth person unawa.
20. 9 that whosoever killeth .person at unawa.
5.Unforseen, unexpected, ai<J>/ 5n>s aiphnidios.
Luke2i. 34 and (so) that day come upon you unawa.
6.7V) be or lie hid, concealed, \av6dvca lanthano.
Heb. 13. 2 some have entertained angels unawares
UNBELIEF
1. Unbelief, disobedience, airridna. apeitheia.
Rom ii. 30 have now obtained mercy through, .unb.
ii. 32 For God hath concluded them all in unb.
Heb. 4. 6 and they, .entered not in because of unb.
4. ii lest any. .fall after the. .example of unb.
2. Unbelief, distrust, airiffria apistia.
Matt 1 3. 58 not many . . works there, because of . . unb.
17. 20 Because of your [unbelief] : for verily I
Mark 6. 6 And he marvelled because of their unbe.
9. 24 Lord, I believe ; help thou mine unbelief
16. 14 [upbraided them with their unbelief and]
Bom. 3. 3 shall their unbelief make the faith of God
4. 20 He staggered not. .through unbelief; but
ii. 20 because of unbelief they were broken off
ii. 23 they also, if they abide not still in unbelief
i Ti. i. 13 because I did (it) ignorantly in unbelief
Heb. 3. 12 lest there be. .an evil heart of unbelief
3. 19 they could not enter in because of unbel.
UNBELIEVER, unbelieving
1.2*0 disbelieve, disobey, iirtidtoa apeitheo.
Acts 14. 2 the unbelieving Jews stirred up the Gen.
2. disbelieving, disobedient, &iricrros apistos.
Lukei2. 46 will appoint him his portion with the un.
1 Co. 6. 6 to law . . and that before the unbelievers
7. 14 the unbelieving husband is sanctified by
7. 14 the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the
7. 15 if the unbelieving depart, let him depart
14. 23 (those that are) unlearned, or unbelievers
2 Co. 6. 14 Be ye not unequally yoked.,with unbeliev.
Titus 1.15 unto them that are. .unbelieving (is) not.
B*Y. ai. 8 the fearful, and unbeliefing, and the ab.
UNBLAMEABLE, unblameably
\.Hlamelcss, unblameabtc, tt/xe/uTrroj amemptos.
i Th. 2. 10 how holily and justly and unblameably
3. 13 the end he may establish your hearts un.
2. Unblemished, without blemish, &/j.ca^os ainOmos.
Col. i. 22 to present you Holy and uublameable and
UNCERTAIN, uncertainly
\.Not manifest, uncertain, &$ri\os adelos.
i Co. 9. 26 I therefore so ran, not as uncertainly, so
14. 8 For if the trumpet give an uncertain so.
2. Uncertainty, aS-ri\6r-ns adflotes.
i Ti. 6. 17 nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the
UNCHANGEABLE
t passing over, unchanijing, oTrapa/Saros apara.
Heb. 7. 24 this (man), .hath an unchangeable priest.
UNCIRCUMCISED (be, person)
\.0ne uncircumcised, 7TJJ arel.
Gen. 17. 14 the uncircumcised man child, whose fie.
Exod. 6. 12 hear me, who (am) of uncircumcised lips?
6. 30 I (am) of uncircumcised lips, and how sh.
12. 48 no uncircumcised person shall eat thereof
Lev. 19. 23 three years shall it be as uncircumcised
26. 41 if then their uncircumcised hearts be hu.
Josh. 5. 7 they were uncircumcised, because they
.) ndg 14. 3 thou goest to take a wife of the uncireu.
15. 18 and fall into the hand of the nncircumci.
1 Sa. 14. 6 let us go over unto the garrison of these
17. 26 who (is) this uncircumcised Philistine, th.
17. 36 this uncircumcised Philistine shall be as
31. 4 lest these uncircumcised come and thrust
2 Sa. i. 20 lest the daughters of the uncircumcised
i Ch.io. 4 lest these uncircumcised come and abuse
Isa. 52. i there shall no more come, .the uncircum.
Jer. 6. 10 their ear (is) uncircumcised, and they ca.
9. 26 for all (these) nations (are) uncircumcised
9. 26 the house of Israel (are) uncircumcised
Eze. 28. 10 Thou shalt die the deaths of the uucircu.
31. 18 thou shalt lie in the midst of the uncirc.
32. 19 and be thou laid with the uncircnmcised
32. 21 they lie uncircumcised, slain by the sword
32. 24 which are gone down uncircumcised into
32. 25, 26 all of them uucircumcised, slain by the
32. 27 the mighty (that are) fallen of the uncir.
32. 28 be broken in the midst of the uncircum.
32. 29 they shall lie with the uncircumcised, and
32. 30 they lie uncircumcised with (them that be)
32. 32 in the midst of the uncircumcised with
44. 7, 9 uncircumcised in heart, and uucircum.
2. Uncircumcision, fiTUf orlah.
Jer. 9. 25 that I will punish all. .with the uncircu.
2a. To him a foreskin, rfr\H ^> lo mlah. Gen. 34.14.
3. Uncircumcised, direpiTUTjTos aperitmStot-
Acts 7.51 Ye stiff necked and uncircumcised in he.
4. To have Uncircumcision, ex&> aKpoftvcrriiv.
Acts ii. 3 Saying, Thou wentest in to men uucircu.
5./ the Uncircumcision, tv TTJ a.Kpopv<r
frict.
Rom. 4. ii of the faith which (he had yet) oeing uu.
4. 12 (he had) being (yet) uncircumcised
UNCIRCUMCISED, to become or count
1. ToremoveC!}(orleave)itsforeskin, inSiy Vi.s;[areZ].
Lev. 19. 23 ye shall count the fruit thereof as uncir.
2.7*0 become uncircumcised, fTrttnrao/xai epispaomai.
i Co. 7. 18 let him not become uncircumcised. Is any
UNCIRCUMCISION
Uncircumcision, a.Kpo/3v(n-ia. akrobustia.
Rom. 2. 25 thy circumcision is made Uncircumcision
2. 26 if the Uncircumcision keep the righteous.
2. 26 shall not his Uncircumcision be counted
2. 27 shall not his uucircumcision which is by
3. 30 justifythe. .Uncircumcision through faith
4. 9 (Cometh) this . . upon the unciroumcision
4. 10 when he was in circumcision, or in uncir.
4. 10 Not in circumcision, but in uncircumcis.
i Co. 7. 18 Is any called in Uncircumcision? let him
7 19 Uncircumcision is nothing, but the keep.
Gal. 2. 7 the gospel of the Uncircumcision was co.
5. 6 neithercircumcision . .nor Uncircumcision
6. 15 nor Uncircumcision, but a new creature
Eph. 2. ii who are called Uncircumcision by that wh.
Col. 2. 13 being dead in your sins and the uncircu.
3. 1 1 circumcisou nor Uncircumcision, Barbar.
UNCLE
Beloved, uncle, relation, "fn dod.
Lev. 10. 4 Moses called . .the sons of I zziel the un.
20. 20 he hath uncovered his uncle s nakedness
25. 49 Either his uncle, or his uncle s sou, may
i Sa. 10. 14 Saul s uncle said unto him and to his ser.
10. 15 Saul s uncle said, Tell me, I pray thee
10. 16 Saul said unto his uncle, He told us plain.
14. 50 (was) Abner, the son of Ner, Saul s uncle
i Ch.27- 32 David suncle, wasacounsellor,awisemau
Esth. 2. 7 he brought up Hadassah. .his uncle s da.
2. 15 the daughter of Abihail thesncle of Mor.
Jer, 32. 7 Hanameel the son of Shallum thine uncle
32. 8 Hanameel, mine uncle s son, came to me
32. 9 I bought the field of Hanameel, my unc.
32. 12 in the sight of Hanameel mine uncle s
Amos 6. 10 a man s uncle shall take him up, and he
UNCLEAN (thing), uncleanness (some)
\.A thing offensive, ~>;n nnSJ [ervah\
Deut 24. i because he hath lound some uneleanness
2. Unclean, defiled, KDp tame.
Lev. 5. 2 touch any unclean thing . . an unclean be.?
5. 2 unclean cattle, or. .unclean creeping th.
5. 2 (if) it be hidden., he also shall be unclean
7. 19 the flesh that toucheth any unclean (th.)
7. 21 the soul that shall touch any unclean (th.)
7. 21 unclean beast, or any abominable unclean.
10. 10 put difference, .between unclean and cl.
4, 5, 6 he cheweth the cud. .he (is)uiirlrau
7 he cheweth not the cud ; he (is) unclean
8 shall ye not touch ; they (are) unclean to"
26 (The carcases) of every beast, .(are) uitcl.
27 that go on (all) four, those (are) unclean
28 wash his clothes, .they (are) unclean unto
29 These also (shall be) unclean unto you am.
31 These (are) unclean to you among all that
35 they (are) unclean, and shall be unclean
38 fall thereon, it(s!iall be) unclean unto you
47 To make a difference between the unclean
13. ii shall not shut him up; for he (is) unclean
13. 15 (for) the raw flesh (is) unclean; it(is)ale.
13. 36 the priest shall not seek, .he (is) unclean
13. 44 He is a leprous man, he (is) unclean, the
13. 45 And the leper.. shall cry, Unclean, uncl.
13. 46 he (is) unclean: he shall dwell aloue, wit.
13. 51 plague (is) a fretting leprosy; it (is) uncl.
13- 55 it (is) unclean; thou shalt burn it in the
14. 40 they shall cast them into an unclean pla.
14. 41 pour out the dust, .into an unclean place
14. 44 a fretting leprosy in the house: it (is) un.
14. 45 carry them forth, .into an unclean place
14. 57 ;To teach when (it is) unclean, and when
15. 2 (because of) his issue he (is) unclean
15. 25 all the days, .she (shall be) unclean
1 5. 26 whatsoever she sitteth upon shall be un.
15. 33 of him that lieth with her that is unclean
20. 25 between clean, .and unclean, and betwe.
22. 4 whoso toucheth any thing (that is) uncle.
27. ii if (it be) any unclean beast, of which they
27. 27 if (it be) of an unclean beast, then he shall
Num. 9. 10 If any man of you. .shall be unclean by
18. 15 the firstling of unclean beasts shalt thou
19. 13 he shall be unclean; his uncleanness (is)
19. 15 vessel, which hath no covering, .(is) unc.
19. 17 for an unclean (person) they shall take of
19. 19 shall sprinkle upon the uncleau on the thi.
19. 20 hath defiled the sanctuary, .he (is) uncle.
19. 22 whatsoever the unclean (person) toucheth
Deut 12. 15 the unclean and the clean may eat there.
12. 22 the unclean and the clean shall eat (of) th.
14. 7 they chew the cud . . they (are) unclean uu.
14. 8 yet cheweth not the cud, it (is) unclean
14. 10 ye may not eat; it (is) unclean unto you
14. 19 every creeping thing, .(is) unclean unto-
15. 22 the unclean and the clean (person shall
26. 14 neither have I taken away . . for (any) un.
Josh. 22. 19 if the land of your possesaion (be) unclean
Judgi3. 4 drink not wine . .and eat not any unclean
2 Ch.23. 19 uoue (which was) unclean in any thing
Job 14. 4 Who can bring a clean (thing) out of an uu.
Eccl. 9. 2 to the clean, and to the unclean; to him
Isa. 6. 5 because I (am) a man of unclean lips, and
6. 5 dwell in the midst of a people of unclean
35. 8 the uncleau shall not pass over it; but it
52. i no more come into thee. .the unclean
52. ii go ye out from thence, touch no uncleau
64. 6 we are all as an unclean (thing), and all our
Lam. 4. 15 Depart ye; (it is) unclean; depart, depart
Eze. 22. 26 showed (difference) between the unclean
44. 23 cause them to discern between the unclean
Hos. 9. 3 they shall eat unclean (things) in Assyria
Hag. 2. 13 If (one that is) unclean by a dead body to.
2. 14 and that which they offer there (is) uucl.
3. To make or declare unclean, NDtp tame, 3.
Lev. 20. 25 which I have separated from you as uncl.
4. Uncleanness, defilement, "INCB tumah.
Lev. 5. 3 the uncleanness of man, whatsoever uuc.
7. 20 having his uncleanuess upon him, even
7. 21 any unclean (thing, as) the uucleanness
14. 19 him that is to be cleansed from his uncl.
15. 3 this shall be his uncleauness in his issue
15. 3 be stopped from his issue, it (is) his uncl.
15. 25 the days of the issue of her uncleanness
15. 26 And. .as the uncleanuess of her separation
15. 30 atonement, .for the issue of her unclean.
15. 31 uncleanness; that they die not in their un.
16. 16 uncleanness. .in the midst of their uncle.
16. 19 hallow it from the uncleanness of the ch.
18. 19 as long as she is put apart for her uncle.
22. 3 having his uncleannessupon him, that so.
22. 5 or a man. .whatsoever uncleanness he ha.
Num. 5. 19 if thou hast not gone aside to uncleanuess
19. 13 he shall be. .his uncleanness (is) yet upon
Judgi3. 7 neither eat any unclean (thing): forthe ch.
13. 14 neither let her. .eat any uncleau (thing)
2 Sa. 1 1. 4she was purified from heruncleanness: and
2 Ch.2g. 16 brought out all the uncleanness that they
Ezra 9. ii which have filled it. .with their unclean.
Eze. 36. 17 as the uncleanness of a removed woman
36. 29 I will also save you from all your unclea.
39. 24 According to their uncleanness, and ace.
Zech.i3. 2 and the unclean spirit to pass out of the
5. Separation, impurity, ."nj niddah.
Lev. 20. 21 it (is) an unclean thing; he hath uncover.
Ezra 9. 1 1 is an unclean land with the nlthiness of
Zee 11.13. i a fountain opeued.. for sin and for uncle.
Q.Jfakedness, disgracefulness, nnj; ervah.
Deut. 23. 14 that he see no unclean thing in thee, ami1
UNCLEAN 1013 UNDERSTAND
7. Separate, consecrated, enjj qadesh.
Job 36. 14 They die., and their life (is) among the un.
V.An accident, TJJJ qareh.
Deut.23. 10 by reason of uncleanness that chanceth
9. Uncleanness, impurity, a.KaOap<ria akatharsia.
Matt 23. 27 full of dead .. bones, and of all uncleanness
Rom. i. 24 God also gave them up to uncleanness th.
6. 19 yielded your members servants to unclea.
2 Co. 1 2. 21 have not repented of the uncleanness, and
Gal. 5. 19 Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasci.
Eph. 4. 19 to work all uncleanness with greediness
5. 3 all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not
Col. 3. 5 uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil co.
i Th. 2. 3 our exhortation (was) not. .of uncleanness
4. 7 God hath not called us unto uncleanuess
10. Unclean, impure, aKaBapros akathartos.
Matt. 10. i he gave them power (against) unclean sp.
12. 43 When the unclean spirit is none out of a
Mark i. 23 in their synagogue a man with an unclean
i. 26 when the unclean spirit had torn him, and
i. 27 commandeth he even the unclean spirits
3. ii unclean spirits, when they saw him, fell
3. 30 Because they said. He hath an unclean sp.
5. 2 met him . a man with an unclean spirit
5. 8 Come out of the man, (thou) unclean spi.
5. 13 the unclean spirits went out, and entered
6. 7 and gave them power over unclean spirits
7. 25 whose young daughter had an unclean sp.
Luke 4. 33 a man which had a spirit of an unclean
4. 36 he commandeth the unclean spirits, and
6. 18 they that were vexed with unclean spirits
8. 29 he had commanded the unclean spirit to
9. 42 Jesus rebuked the unclean spirit, and he.
ii. 24 When the unclean spirit is gone out of a
Acts 5. 16 them which were vexed with unclean sp.
8. 7 unclean spirits, crying with a loud voice
10. 14 never eaten any thing that is .unclean
10. 28 I should not call any man common or un.
11. 8 nothing common or unclean hath at any
1 Co. 7. 14 else were your children unclean, but now
2 Co. 6. 17 touch not the unclean (thing); and I will
Eph. 5. 5 no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor
Rev. 16. 13 1 saw three unclean spirits like frogs(come)
18. 2 a cage of every unclean arid hateful bird
11.Common, profane, polluted, HOMOS koinos.
Rom. 14. 14 I know. .that, .nothing unclean of itself
14. 14 anything to be unclean, to him (it is) un.
12. To make common, profane, pollute, Ko^voca.
Heb. 9. 13 For if the blood sprinkling the unclean
13. Pollution, defilement, uiarruoi miasmos.
2 Pe. 2. 10 that walk after the flesh in the lust of un.
UNCLEAN, to (be made), make self, pronounce
1. Unclean, defiled, NDp tame.
Lev. ii. 24, 27, 31, 32, 39 unclean until the even
ii. 25, 28, 40, 40 be unclean until the even
ii. 26 every one that toucheth . shall be unclean
ii. 32 whatsoever (any) .dothfall, it shall be un.
ii. 33 whatsoever (is) in it shall be unclean, and
1 1. 34 (that) on which (such) . cometh shall be u.
ii. 34 drunk .in every (such) vessel shall be un.
ii. 35 every (thing), .shall be unclean; (whether
11. 36 that which toucheth. .shall be unclean
12. 2 she shall be unclean seven days, according
12. 2 for her infirmity shall she be unclean
12. 5 she shall be unclean two weeks, as in her
1314 raw flesh appeareth . he shall be unclean
14. 36 that all that (is) in . be not made unclean
14. 46 he that goeth. .shall be unclean until the
15. 4 Every bed whereon he lieth. .is unclean
15. 4 whereon he sitteth shall be unclean
5- 5. 6, 7, 8, 10, 10, ii, 16 be unclean until the
15. 9 what saddle . . he rideth . . shall be unclean
15. 18, 21, 22, 27 be unclean until the even
15. 24 he shall be unclean seven days; and all
15. 24 the bed whereon he lieth shall be unclean
15. 27 whosoever toucheth those, shall beuncl.
17. 15 bathe (himself) in water, and be unclean
22. 5 whereby he may be made unclean, or
22. 6 which hath touched any such shall be un.
Num 19. 7 the priest shall be unclean until the even
19. 8 he that burneth her . . shall be unclean un.
19. 10 shall wash his clothes, and be unclean un.
19. ii He that toucheth . shall be unclean seven
19. 14 all that (is) in the tent, shall be unclean
19. 16 whosoever toucheth . a grave, shall be un.
19. 20 the man that shall be unclean, and shall
19. 21 he that toucheth . shall be unclean until
19. 22 shall be unclean . shall be unclean until
Hag. 2. 13 shall it be unclean . . It shall be unclean
2.To make or declare unclean, defile, NCt? tame, 3.
Lev. 13. 3 priest shall look . . and pronounce him un.
13. 8, ii the priest shall pronounce him unclean
13. 15 the priest shall .pronounce him to be un.
13. 20, 22, 25, 27, 30 priest shall pronounce, .un.
13. 44 the priest shall pronounce him. .unclean
13. 59 This (is) the law . . to pronounce it unclean
3. To defile self, make self unclean, NCB tame, 7.
Lev. ii. 24 for these ye shall be unclean : whosoever
ii. 43 neither shall ye make yourselves unclean
Num. 6. 7 He shall not make himself unclean for
UNCLEANNESS, to take-
To be unclean, Ncp tame.
Lev. 22. 5 or a man of whom he may take unclean.
UNCLE S wife
Beloved, uncle s wife, rnvi dodah.
Lev. 20. 20 if a man shall lie with his uncle s wife, he
UNCLOTHED
To lead out, unclothe, ^Suco ekdu i.
2 Co. 5. 4 not for that we would be unclothed, but
UNCOMELY (parts)
Unseemly, dax h^v aschemon.
1 Co. 12. 23 our uncomely (parts) have more abundant
UNCONDEMNED
Uncondemned, not judged doum, aKardicpiTos aka.
Acts 16. 37 They have beaten us openly nncondemned
22. 25 a man that is a Roman,and uucondemned .
UNCORRUPTIBLE, uncorruptoess
\. In-corruption, aSiatpdopia adiaphthoria.
Titus 2. 7 in doctrine.. [uncorruptness], gravity, sine.
I.Incorriqitible, incorrupted, a.<pdapros aphthartos.
Rom. i. 23 changed the glory of the uncorruptible
UNCOVER, (self, be uncovered), to
1. To be removed, uncovered, revealed, n^a galah, 2.
2 Sa. 6. 20 uncovered himself, .as one. .uncovereth
Isa. 47. 3 Thy nakedness shall be uncovered, yea
2. To remove, uncover, reveal, n^3 galah, 3.
Lev. 1 8. 6 to uncover, .nakedness : I (am) the LORD
1 8. 7 shalt thou not uncover . . thou shalt not un.
So in v. 8, 9, 10, ii, 12, 13, 14, 15, 15, 16, 17.
1 8. 17 to uncover her nakedness, .they (are) her
1 8. 1 8 to uncover her nakedness, besides the ot.
18. 19 to uncover her nakedness as long as she
20. 1 1 hath uncovered his father s nakedness
20. 17 he hath uncovered his sister s nakedness
20. 1 8 shall uncover her. .she hath uncovered
20. 19 thou shalt not uncover the nakedness of
20. 20, 21 he hath uncovered his. .nakedness
Deut 27. 20 because he uncovereth his father s skirt
Ruth 3. 4 and uncover his feet, and lay thee down
3. 7 and uncovered his feet, and laid her do.
Isa. 47. 2 uncover thy locks . . uncover the thigh
Jer. 49. 10 I have uncovered his secret places, and
3. To uncover or reveal self, rrVa galah, 7.
Gen. 9. 21 and he was uncovered within his tent
4. To make bare, or draw out, ^(fn chasaph.
Isa. 20. 4 with, .buttocks uncovered, to the shame
Eze. 4. 7 thine arm. .uncovered, and thou shalt
5. To make bare, nnj; arah, 3.
Isa. 22. 6 Elam bare the quiver . . Kir uncovered the
Zeph. 2. 14 desolation, .he shall uncover the cedar
6. To make bare, rnj; arah, 5.
Lev. 20. 19 he uncovereth his near kin : they shall
7. To free, keep or make bare, jns para.
Lev. 10. 6 IJncover not your heads, neither rend yo.
21. 10 shall not uncover his head, nor rend his
Num. 5. 18 the priestshall. .uncoverthe woman she.
8. Uncovered, unveiled, OKOTOKOA-UITTOJ akatakalup.
i Co. ii. 5 or prophesiethwith (her) head uncovered
11.13 comely that a woman pray unto God un.
9. To uncover, unroof, diroffTiytifa apostegazd.
Mark 2. 4 they uncovered the roof where he was
UNCTION
Anointing, unction, xpiffpackrisma.
i Jo. 2. 20 ye have an unction from the Holy One
UNDEFTLED
I. Perfect, finished, plain, on tarn.
Song 5. 2 my sister, mylove, my dove, my undented
6. .9 My dove, my undented is (but) one ; she
2. Perfect, whole, complete, D Cn tamim.
Psa.ng. i Blessed (are) the undeflled in the way, who
3. Undefiled, unpolluted, immaculate, afj.ta.vTos.
Heb. 7. 26 holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from
13. 4 Marriage (is) honourable . . the bed undefl.
Jas. i. 27 Pure religion and undeflled before God
1 Pe. i. 4 To an inheritance incorruptible, and und.
UNDER, underneath
I. Unto, VK el.
2 Sa. 2. 23 smote him under the fifth (rib), that the
2. Beneath, below, ntsa mattah.
Exod28. 27 the two sides of the ephod underneath
39. 20 on the two sides of the ephod underneath
i Ch.27. 23 took not. .from twenty years old and un.
3. Under, beneath, ninn techoth.
Jer. 10. ii they shall perish, .from under these hea.
Dan. 4. 12 the beasts of the field had shadow under
4. 21 under which the beasts of the fields dwe.
7. 27 the greatness of the kingdom under the
4. Under, beneath, nnn tachath.
Gen. i. 7 under the firmament from the waters wh.
6. 17 flood, .to destroy all flesh, .from under
7. 19 all the high hills that (were) under the
Dan. 4. 14 let the beasts get away from under it
5. Unto the place of, under, nnr jN el tachath.
Jer. 3. 6 upon every high mountain and under
6. Under, beneath, nrrp7 le-mit-tachath.
i Ki. 7. 32 And under the borders (were) four whe.
7. In, among, with, by, tv en.
Matt. 7. 6 lest they trample them under their feet
Rom. 3. 19 it saith to them who are under the law
8. On, upon, over, iiri (dat. ) epi.
Heb. 7. ii for [under] it the people received the law
9. 15 of the transgressions, .under the first tes.
10. 28 died without mercy under two or three
9. Doum beneath, below, under, Karurfpw katotero.
Matt. 2. 16 slew all. .from two years old and under
10. Under, vn6 (ace.) hupo.
Matt. 5. 15 Neither do men . .put it under a bushel
8. 8 not worthy that thou shouldest come un.
8. 9 man under authority, having soldiers un.
23. 37 even as a hen gathereth her chickens uu.
Mark 4. 21 to be put under a bushel, or under a bed?
4. 32 the fowls of the air may lodge under the
Luke 7. 6 not worthy that thou shouldest enter un.
7. 8 For I also am a man set under authority
7. 8 having under me soldiers ; and I say un.
n. 33 neither under a uushel, but on a candle.
13. 34 as a hen. .her brood under (her) wings
17. 24 under heaven, .unto the other (part) und.
John :. 48 when thou wast under the fig tree, I saw
Acts 2. 5 devout men out of every nation under
4. 12 there is none other name under heaven
Rom.3. 9 before proved . . that they are all under sin
3. 13 the poison of asps (is) under their lips
6. 14, 15 are not under the law, but undergrade
7. 14 spiritual: but I am carnal, sold under sin
16. 20 the God of peace shall bruise Satan under
i Co. 9. 20 them that are under the law, as under the
9. 20 that I might gain them that are under the
10. i all our fathers were under the cloud, and
15. 25 till he hath put all enemies under his feet
15. 27 For he hath put all things under his feet
Gal. 3. 10 as many, .are under the curse : for it is
3. 22 the scripture hath concluded all under sin
3. 23 we were kept under the law, shut up unto
3. 25 we are no longer under a schoolmaster
4. 2 But is under tutors and governors until
4. 3 were in bondage under the elements of
4. 4 made of a woman, made under the law
4. 5 To redeem them that were under the law
4. 21 Tell me, ye that desire to be under the law
5. 1 8 led by the spirit, ye are not under the law
Eph. i. 22 hath put all (things) under his feet, and
Col. i. 23 to every creature which is under heaven
i Ti. 6. i Let as many servants as are under the yo.
Jas. 2. 3 Stand thou there, or sit here under my
i Pe. 5. 6 Humble yourselves therefore under the
Jude 6 under darkness, unto the judgment of the
11. Underneath, viroKarta hupokato.
Mark 6. 1 1 shake off the dust under your feet for a
7. 28 the dogs under the table eat of the chil.
Luke 8. 16 No man. .putteth (it) under a bed, but
John i. 50 I said unto thee, I saw thee under the fig
Heb. 2. 8 put all things in subjection under his feet
Rev. 5. 3 no man in heaven, .neither under the ea.
5. 13 on the earth, and under the earth, and
6. 9 I saw under the altar the souls of them
12. i the moon under her feet, and upon her
12.Smaller, inferior, younger, f\dcro-uv elasson.
i Ti. 5. 9 be taken into the number under threescore
[See also Bondage, brought, curse, earth, foot, keep,
obedience, persecution, put, run, sail, tread, trodden.]
UNDER the law
In or under law, eWo/ios ennomos.
i Co. 9.21 not without law to God, but under the law
UNDERGIRD, to
To undergird, viro^cavvvfjii hupozunnumi.
Acts 27. 17 they used helps, undergirding the ship
UNDERSETTER
Shoulder, corner, side, <}$$ katJieph.
i Ki. 7. 30 hadundersetters. undersetters molten, at
7. 30 under the laveiX were) undersetters molten
7. 34 four undersetters. .the undersetters (we.)
UNDERSTAND, to (cause, give or make to)
I. To understand, consider. J ? bin.
Neh. 8. 8 and caused, .to understand the reading
13. 7 understood of the evil that Eliashib did
Job 13. i mine ear hath heard and understood it
15. 9 (what) understandest thou, which (is) not
23! 5 and understand what he would say unto
32. 9 neither do the aged understand judgment
36. 29 can (any) understand the spreadings of the
42. 3 therefore have I uttered that I understood
Psa. 19. 12 Who can-understand (his) errors ? cleanse
49. 20 Man (that is) in honour, and understand.
n. 17 Until I went, .(then) understood I their
82. 5 They know not, neither will they unders.
92. 6 knoweth not ; neither doth a fool unders.
94. 8 Understand, ye brutish among the people
139. 2 thou understandest my thought afar off
Prov. 2. 5 Then shalt thou understand the fear of the
2. 9 Then shalt thou understand righteousness
19. 25 reprove, .(and) he will understand know.
20. 24 how can a man then understand his own
28. 5 Evil men understand not judgment : but
28. 5 they that seek the LORD understand all
29. 19 though he understand he will not answer
iSa. 6. 9 Hear ye indeed, but understand not ; and
6. 10 hear with their ears, and understand with
28. 9 whom shall he make to understand doct.
32. 4 The heart also of the rash shall understand
43. 10 believe me, and understand that! (am) he
UNDERSTANDING UNDERSTANDING
Isa. 44. 18 They have not known nor understand, for
Jer. 9. 12 Who (is) the wise man, that may unders.
Dan. 9.2! Daniel understood by books the number
9. 23 understand the matter, and consider the
10. i and he understood the thing, and had
12. 81 heard, but I understood not : then said
12. 10 understand ; but the wise shall understand
Hos. 4.14 the people (that) doth not understand shall
14. 9 Who (is) wise, and he shall understand th.
2.7*0 have understanding^ be intelligent, p3 bin, 2.
Prov 14. 6 knowledge (is) easy unto him that underst.
3. 7*o cause to understand, attend, J 3 bin, 5.
i Ch.28. 9 understandeth all the imaginations of the
Neh. 8. 3 read, .before. . those that could understa.
8. 7 caused the people to understand the law
8. 12 they had understood the words that were
Job 6. 24 cause me to understand wherein I have
28. 23 God understandeth the way thereof, and
Psa. 1 19. 27 Make me to understand the way of thy
Prov. i. 6 To understand a proverb, and the interp.
8. 5 O ye simple, understand wisdom ; and, ye
8. 9 They (are) all plain to him that underst.
14. 8 The wisdom of the prudent (is) to under.
Isa. 28. 19 it shall be a vexation only(to)understand
40. 21 have ye not understood from the founda.
56. 1 1 they (are) shepherds (that) cannot under.
Dan. 8. 16 make this (man) to understand the vision
8. 17 Understand, O son of man; for at the time
8. 27 I was astonished, .but none understood
10. ii understand the words that I speak unto
10. 12 set thine heart to understand, and to ch.
10. 14 I am come to make thee understand what
Mic. 4. 12 they know not. .neither understand they
4.7*0 imderstand, consider, J 3 bin, la.
Job 26. 14 the thunder of his power who can unders.
Psa. 107. 43 they shall understand the loving kindness
119. i oo 1 understand more than the ancients.be.
5. Understanding, rtyz binah .
Isa. 33. 19 tongue, (that thou canst) not understand
6. 7*0 know, be acquainted with, jn; yada.
Num 16. 30 ye shall understand that these men have
9. 3 Understand therefore this day, that the
Deut 9. 6 Understand therefore, that the LORD thy
1 Sa. 4. 6 they understood that the ark of the LORD
26. 4 understood that Saul was come in very de.
2 Sa. 3. 37 all Israel, understood that day, that it was
Psa. 81. 5 I heard a language (that) I understood not
7. To (cause to act] wisely, Vap sakal, 5.
Deut 32. 29 (that) they understood this, (that) they
1 Ch.28. 19 the LORD made me understand in writing
Neh. 8. 13 even to understand the words of the law
Psa. 14. 2 to see if there were any that did underst.
53. 2 to see if there were (any) that did under.
106. 7 Our fathers understood not thy wonders
Isa. 41. 20 consider, and understand together, that
44. 18 their hearts, that they cannot understand
Jer. 9. 24 that he understandeth and knoweth me
Dan. 9. 13 turn from our iniquities, and understand
9. 25 Know therefore and understand..from the
1 1. 33 they that understand among the people
8. To hear, hearken, ysy shamea.
Gen. ii. 7 that they may not understand one anot.
41. 15 thou canst understand adreamtointerpr.
42. 23 theyknewnot that Joseph understood (th.)
Deut. 28. 49 whose tongue thou shalt not understand
2 Ki. 18. 26 the Syrian language; for we understand
Isa. 36. n the Syrian language ; for we understand
Jer, 3 5. 15 neither understandest what they say
Eze. 3. 6 whose words thou canst not understand
9.7*o hear, hearken, O.KUVW akoud.
i Co 14. 2 speaketh not unto men. .forno man unde.
10.7*0 know, be cognizant of, yivutTKu ginosko.
Matt 26. 10 When Jesus understood (it), he said unto
John 8. 27 They understood not that he spake tothem
8. 43 Why do ye not understand my speech ?
10. 6 they understood not what things they we.
12. 16 These things understood not his disciples
Acts 8. 30 said, Understandest thou what thou read!
24. ii Because [that thou mayest understand],
Phil, i. 12 But I would ye should understand, breth.
II. To make known, yvupifa gnorizo.
i Co. 12. 3 I give you to understand, that no man
12.7*0 see, know, be acquainted with, tlSta eido.
i Co.i3- 2 understand all mysteries, and all knowled.
14. 16 he understandeth not what thou sayest?
13.7*0 know about, be acquainted with, firi(rra/j.ai.
Marki4. 68 neither understand I what thou sayest
14.7*0 learn, p.a.v6dvta mathano.
Acts 23. 27 came, .having understood that he was a
15. To ponder, think, understand, vofu noeo.
Matt 15. 17 Donotyeyetunderstand.thatwhatsoever
16. 9 Do yenqtyet understand, neither remem.
16. ii How is it that ye do not understand that
24. 15 Daniel ..whoso readeth, let him underst.
Ji<rki3. M Daniel . .let him that readeth understand
Johni2. 40 nor understand with (their) heart, and be
Rom. i. 20 being understood by the things that are
Eph. 3. 4 when ye read, ye may understand my kn.
Ti. j. 7 understanding neither what they say, nor
Heb. ii. 3 Through faith we understand that the w.
16.7*0 learn by enquiry, irvvddvofj.aipunthanom.ai.
Acts 23. 34 when he understood that (he was) of CH.
17. To send togctJier, consider, understand, crvvirjfj.1.
Matt 13. 13 hearing, they hear not; neither do they
13. 14 ye shall hear, and shall not understand
13. 15 should understand with (their) heart, and
13. 19 When any one heareth.. and1 understand.
13. 23 he that heareth the word, and understa.
13. 51 Jesus saith. .Have ye understood all the.
15. 10 said unto them, Hear, and understand
16. 12 Then understood they how that he bade
17. 13 the disciples understood that he spake
Mark 4. 12 hearing they may hear, and not underst.
7. 14 Hearken, .every one (of you), and under.
8. 17 perceive ye not yet, neither understand /
8. 21 How is it that ye do not understand?
Luke 2. 50 they understood not the saying which he
8. 10 and hearing they might not understand
18. 34 they understood none of these things, and
24. 45 that they might understand the Scriptu.
Acts 7. 25 ;.r ve understood . .but they understood
28. 26 Hearii.p ? e shall hear, and shall not und.
28. 27 hear with (ti.eir) ears, and understand wi.
Rom. 3. ii There is none that understandeth, there
15.21 they that have not heard shall understand
Eph. 5. 17 understanding what the will of the Lord
18. To set the mind or affections on, <f>poi>tw phroneo.
1 Co. 13.11 When I was a child . . I understood as a c.
UNDERSTAND not, to
t to know, to be ignorant, ayvotw agnoeu.
Mark 9. 32 they understood not that saying, and we.
Luke 9. 45 they understood not this saying, and it
2 Pe. 2. 12 speakevil of. .things, .they understand u.
TTNDERSTANDrNG, (man of)
I. To be intelligent, have understanding, ] 3 bin, 2.
Deut. i. 13 Take you wise men, and understanding
4. 6 nation (is) a wise and understanding peo.
i Ki. 3. 12 given, .a wise and an understanding he.
Prov. i. 5 a man of understanding shall attain unto
8. 5 fools, be ye of an understanding heart
17. 28 (and) he. .(is esteemed) a man of unders.
Eccl. 9. ii nor yet riches to men of understanding
2.7*0 cause to understand, | 3 bin, 5.
i Ki. 3. ii but hast asked for thyself understanding
Kzra 8. 16 Then sent I for. .men of understanding
Neh. 8. 2 all that could hear with understanding
10. 28 having knowledge, and having understa.
Prov 28. 2 by a man of understanding (and) knowl.
Dan. i. 4 cunningin knowledge, and understanding
8. 23 a king, .understanding dark sentences, sh.
3. Understanding, intelligence, nr? binah.
Deut. 4. 6 this (is) your wisdom and your understan.
1 Ch.i2. 32 (men)that had understanding of the times
22. 12 the LORD give thee wisdom and underst.
2 Ch. 2. 12 endued with prudence and understanding
2. 13 a cunning man, endued with understand.
Job 20. 3 the spirit of my understanding causeth
28. 12, 20 where (is) theiplace of understanding?
28. 28 and to depart from evil (is) understanding
34. 16 If now. .understanding, hear this ; hear.
38. 4 declare, if thou hast understanding?
38. 36 who hath given understanding to the he.
39. 17 neither hath he imparted to her unders.
Prov. i. 2 to perceive the words of understanding
3. 5 and lean not unto thine own understand.
4. i Hear, .and attend to know understanding
4. 5 get understanding : forget (it) not ; neit.
4. 7 and with all thy getting get understanding
7. 4 and call understanding (thy) kinswoman
8. 14 Counsel (is) mine..I (am) understanding
9. 6 and live ; and go in the way of understan.
9. 10 the knowledge of the holy (is) understan.
16. 16 to get understanding rather to be chosen
23. 23 wisdom, and instruction, and understan.
30. 2 and have not the understanding of a man
Isa. ii. 2 the spirit of wisdom and understanding
27. 1 1 it (is) a people of no understanding, there.
29. 14 the understanding of their prudent (men)
29. 24 that erred in spirit shall come to under.
Dan. i. 20 in all matters of wisdom (and) understa.
9. 22 come, .to give thee skill and understand.
10. i and had understanding of the vision
4. Taste, perception, cya taam.
Job 12. 20 taketh away the understanding of the ag.
5. Heart, a1
? leb.
Prov. 6. 32 whoso committeth adultery, .lacketh un.
7. 7 beheld . .a young man void of understan.
9. 4, 16 (as for) him that wanteth understan.
10. 13 a rod (is) for. .him that is void of under.
12. ii he that followeth . .(is) void of understan.
15. 32 he that heareth reproof getteth underst.
17. 18 A man void of understanding striketh
24. 30 the vineyard of the man void of underst.
Jer. 5. 21 O foolish people, and without understan.
6. Heart, ajS lebab.
Job 12. 3 But I have understanding as well as you
34. 10 hearken unto me, ye men of understand.
34/34 Let men of understanding tell me, and let
7. Knowledge, jrif? manda.
Dan. 4. 34 mine understanding returned unto me
8.7V) cause to act wisely, hzy sakal, 5.
Psa. 47. 7 sing ye praises with understanding
Prov.2i. 16 man thatwandereth out of the way of un.
Jer. 3. 15 shall feed you with knowledge and unde.
Dan. 11.35 (some) of them of understanding shall fall
9. Understanding, wisdom, meaning, Vat?, hsty sekel.
i Sa. 25. 3 a woman of good understanding, and of
Ezra 8. 18 they brought us a man of understanding
Job 17. 4 thou hast hid their heart from understa.
Psa. in. 10 a good understanding have all they that
Prov. 3. 4 So shalt thou find favour and good unde.
13. 15 Good understanding giveth favour: but
16. 22 Understanding (is) a well spring of life un.
10. Understanding, urr?yy soklethanu.
Dan. 5. ii light and understanding: and wisdom.like
5. 12 an excellent spirit, and knowledge,and un.
5. 14 light and understanding and excellent
1 1 . 7*o hear, hearken, yc^ shamea.
i Ki. 3. 9 Give . . thy servant an understanding hea.
^.Understanding, p3n tabun.
Hos. 13. 2 idols according to their own understand.
13. Understanding, n^nn tebunah.
Kxml ;i. 3 in understanding, and in knowledge, ami
35. 31 with the spirit of God, in wisdom, in un.
36. i in whom the LORD put wisdom and unde.
Deut 32. 28 neither (is there any understanding) in
i Ki. 4. 29 God gave Solomon wisdom and understa.
7. 14 he was filled with wisdom and understa.
Job 12. 12 wisdom; and in length of days understa.
12. 13 he hath counsel and understanding
26. 12 by his understanding hesmiteth through
Psa. 49. 3 meditation of my heart (shall be) of und.
147. 5 Great (is) our Lord . . his understanding
Prov. 2. 2 (and) apply thine heart to understanding
2. 3 liftest up thy voice for understanding
2. 6 out of his mouth (cometh). .understand.
2. ii preserve thee, understanding shall keep
3. 13 and the man (that) getteth understanding
3. 19 by understanding hath he established the
5 i (and) bow thine ear to my understanding
8. i and understanding put forth her voice?
10. 23 but a man of understanding hath wisdom
11. 12 a man of understanding holdeth his pea.
14. 29 (He that is) slow to wrath (is) of great un.
15. 21 a man of understanding walketh uprigh.
17. 27 a man of understanding is of an excellent
1 8. 2 A fool hath no delight in understanding
19. 8 he that keepeth understanding shall find
20. 5 a man of understanding will draw it out
21. 30 (There is) no wisdom nor understanding
24. 3 and by understanding it is established
28. 1 6 The prince that wanteth understanding
Isa. 40. 14 showed to him the way of understanding
40. 28 (there is) no searching of his understand.
44. 19 neither (is there) knowledge nor underst.
Jer. 51. 15 hath stretched out the heaven by his un.
Eze. 28. 4 With thy wisdom and with thine unders.
Hos. 13. 2 idols according to their own understand.
Obad. 7 (their is) none understanding in him
8 and understanding out of the mount of E.
14. Understanding, njawi tubnah.
Job 26. 12 by his understanding he smiteth through
15. Whole mind, intellect, understanding, Sidvoia.
Eph. i. 18 The eyes of your [understanding] being
4. 1 8 Having the understanding darkened
i Jo. 5. 20 the Son. .hath given us an understanding
IQ.Afind, understanding, vovs nous.
Luke 24. 45 Then opened he their understanding, th.
i Co. 14. 14 my spirit prayeth, but my understanding
14. 15 I will pray with the understanding also
14. 15 I will sing with the understanding also
14. 19 rather speak five words with my underst.
Phil. 4. 7 the peace. .which passeth all understand.
Rev. 13. 1 8 Let him that hath understanding count
17. A sending together, intelligence, <rvvtffis sunesis.
Marki2. 33 with all the understanding, and with all
Luke 2. 47 were astonished at his understanding and
1 Co. i. 19 will bring to nothing the understanding
Col. i. 9 in all wisdom and spiritual understanding
2. 2 richesof the full assurance of understand.
2 Ti. 2. 7 the Lord give thee understanding in all
18. Heart, mind, understanding, typi\v j)hren.
1 Co. 14. 20 not children in understanding, .in under.
UNDERSTANDING, without
Xot sent together, unintelligent, affvixros asunetos.
Mattis- 16 Are ye also yet without understanding
Mark 7. 18 Are ye so without understanding also?
Rom. i. 31 Without understanding.covenant breakers
UNDERSTANDING, to be of, get, give, have perfect
1. To be intelligent, [ 3 bin, 2.
Prov 10. 13 In the lips of him that hath understand.
14. 33 resteth in the heart of him that hath un.
15. 14 The heartof him that hath understanding
19. 25 and reprove one that hath understanding
Jer. 4. 22 my people, .they have none understand.
2.7*0 cause to understand, p? bin, 5.
2 Ch.26. 5 who had understanding in the visions of
Job 37. 8 the Almighty giveth them understanding
Psa. 32. 9 (which) have no understanding, whose
119. 34, 73, 125, 144, 169 Give me understanding
119. 130 it giveth understanding unto the simple
Pror. 8. 5 and, ye fools, be ye of an understanding
17. 24 Wisdom (is) before him that hath under.
28. ii the poor that hath understanding search.
Isa. 29. 16 say of him. .He had no understanding
Dan. i. 17 Daniel had understanding in all visions
3.7*o understand, consider, attend, p3 bin, 7a.
Psa. 119. 104 Through thy precepts I get understand.
UNDERSTANDING 1015 UNPROFITABLE
4. To cause to act wisely, h*y sakal, 5.
Psa. 119. 99 I have more understanding than all my
Dau. ii. 35 (some) of them of understanding shall f.
5. To follow alongside of, ira.pa.Ko\ov6f<a parakolou.
Luke i. 3 having had perfect understanding of all
UNDERSTANDING, to make of quick
To refresh, nn ruach, 5.
Isa. ii. 3
"
shall make him of quick understanding in
UNDERSTOOD, easy or hard, to be
I. Hard to be understood, Svcrvdnros dusnoetos.
2 Pe. 3. 16 in which are some things hard to be und.
2. Easily noted, ftf<rrifj.os eusemos.
i Co. 14. 9 by the tongue words easy to be understo.
UNDERTAKE, to
1. To mix, traffic, negotiate, pledge, 2iy arab.
Isa. 38. 14 LORD, I am oppressed : undertake for
2. To accept, take, receive, undertake, Sjjj qabal, 3.
Esth. 9. 23 the Jews undertook to do as they had be.
UNDO, be or leave undone, to
1.2*0 departed, lost, separated, ijx abad.
Num2i. 29 thou art undone, O people of Chemosh
2. To be cut off, dumb, nai damah, 2.
Isa. 6. 5 Then said I, Woe (is) me ! for I amundone
3. To move, loose, shake off, im natfiar, 5.
Isa. 58. 6 to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the
4. To turn aside, ~aa sur, 5.
Josh.n. 15 he left nothing undone of all that the Lo.
5. To do, make, nyy asah.
Zeph. 3. 19 at that time I will undo all that afflict th.
UNDRESSED, vine
Separated thing or person, TTJ nazir.
Lev. 25. 5 neither gather the grapes of thy vine un.
25. it nor gather, .in it of thy vine undressed
UNEQUAL
Not to be weighed or pondered, jrn vb lo thakan, 2.
Eze. 18.25, 29 house of Israel, .are not your ways un.?
UNFAITHFUL man, to deal unfaithfully
To deal treacherously, deceive, 133 bagad,
Psa. 78. 57 But turned back, and dealt unfaithfully
Prov25- 19 Confidence in an unfaithful man in time
UNFEIGNED
Undisguised, unfeigned, avinr&Kpiros anupokritos.
2 Co.. 6. 6 by kindness, by the holy ghost, by love un
1 Ti. i. 5 (of) a good conscience, and (of) faith unf.
2 Ti. i. 5 When I call to remembrance the uufeigu
i Pe. i. 22 obeying, .unto unfeigned love of the bre.
UNFRUITFUL
Unfruitful, without fruit, &K.apiros akarpos.
Matt 13. 22 choke the word, and he becometh unfru.
Mark 4. 19 choke the word, and it becometh unfrui.
1 Co. 14. 14 prayeth, but my understanding is unfru.
Eph. s . ii have no fellowship with the unfruitful
Titus 3. 14 good works, .that they be not unfruitful
2 Pe. i. 8 ye shall) neither (be) barren nor uufruit.
UNGLRD, to
To open up, nns pathach, 3.
Gen. 24. 32 he ungirded his camels, and gave straw
UNGODLINESS
Irreverence, impiety, acre/Jem asebeia.
Horn. i. 18 against all ungodliness and unrighteous,
ii. 26 shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob
2 Ti. 2. 16 for they will increase unto more ungodli.
Titus 2. 12 Teaching us, that denying ungodliness
UNGODLY (men)
I.Belial, worthless, without value, Sm73 beliyyaal.
2 Sa. 22. 5 the floods of ungodly men made me afra.
Psa. 18. 4 the floods of ungodly men made me afra.
Prov 16. 27 An ungodly man diggeth up evil, and in
19. 28 An ungodly witness scorneth judgment
2. Unkind, not 2)ious, Tpn X^> lo chasid.
Psa. 43. i plead my cause against an ungodly nation
S.Perverse, S lj?. avil.
Job 16. ii God hath delivered me to the ungodly
4. Wrong, wicked, yy-i rasha.
3 Ch.ig. 2 Shouldest thou help the ungodly, and lo.
Job 34. 18 (Is it fit) to say. .to princes, (Ye are) un.
Psa. i. i walketh not in the counsel of the ungod.
i. 4 The ungodly (are) not so : but (are) like
i. 5 the ungodly shall not stand in the judg.
i. 6 but the way of the ungodly shall perish
3. 7 thou hast broken the teeth of the ungod.
73. 12 these (are) the ungodly, who prosper in
6. Irreverence, impiety, aa-efieia asebeia.
Jude 15 of all their ungodly deeds which they ha.
1 8 should walk after their own ungodly lu.
6. Irreverent, impious, affefi-f)s asebes.
Rom. 4. s believeth on him that justifieth the ung.
5- 6 in due time Christ died for the ungodly
i Ti. i. 9 for the ungodly and for sinners, for unh.
1 Pe. 4. 1 8 where shall the ungodly and the sinner
2 Pe. 2. 5 the flood upon the world of the ungodly
3. 7 judgment and perdition of ungodly men
Jude 4 ungodlymen, turning the grace of our God
15 all that are ungodly. . which [ungodly] si.
UNGODLY, commit or live, to
To be or act irreverently, A<re/3f co asebeiJ.
2 Pe. 2. 6 ensampleunto those that, .should liveun.
Jude 15 deeds which they have ungodly commit.
UNHOLY
1. Pierced, common, ^n chol.
Lev. 10. 10 between holy and unholy.and between un.
2, Unholy, unkind, avomos anosios.
1 Ti. i. 9 for unholy and profane, for murderers of
2 Ti. 3. 2 disobedient to parents, unthankful, unh.
S.Common, xoivds koinos.
Heb. 10. 29 counted the blood of the covenant, .unh.
UNICORN
A reem, buffalo, wild ox, roaring animal, ONI reem.
Num23. 22 he hath as it were the strength of an un.
24. 8 hath as it were the strength of an unico.
Deut 33. 17 and his horns (are like) the horns of uni.
Job 39. 9 Will the unicorn be willing to serve thee
39. 10 Canst thou bind the unicorn with his ba.
Psa. 22. 21 heard me from the horns of the unicorns
29. 6 Lebanon and Sirion like a young unicorn
92. 10 shalt thou exalt like (the horn of) an unic.
Isa. 34. 7 the unicorns shall come down with them
UNITE, be united, to
1 . To be united, in; yachad.
Gen. 49. 6 unto their assembly, .be not thou united
2. To unite, in; yachad, 3.
Psa. 86. ii O LORD, .unite my heart to fear thy name
UNITY, (together in)
1.At one, together, irr yachad.
Psa. 133. i good, .forbrethrentodwelltogetherinun.
2. Unity, ei/oV^y henotes.
Eph. 4. 3 Endeavouring to keep the unity of the sp.
4. 13 Till we all come in the unity of the faith
UNJUST (gain), to be unjust
1. Iniquity, vanity, [IN oven.
Prov n. 7 and the hope of unjust (men) perisheth
2.Perverse, *?$ avval.
Zeph. 3. 5 not do iniquity, .the unjust knoweth no
S.Perverseness, perversity, Vy;, Siy avel, evel.
Prov.29. 27 An.unjust man (is) an abomination to the
k.Perverseness, perversity, n^iy avlah.
Psa. 43. i deliver me from the deceitful and unjust
5. Increase, usury, rra-in tarbith.
Prov. 28. 8 He that by usury and unjust gain increa.
6. Injustice, unrighteousness, aSiicia, adikia.
Lukei6. 8 the Lord commended the unjust steward
1 8. 6 the Lord saith, Hear what the uujust ju.
7. To be unjust, unrighteous, dSt/ceco adikeo.
Rev. 22. ii He that is unjust, let him be unjust still
8. Unjust, unrighteous, &SIKOS adikos.
Matt 5. 45 sendeth rain on the just and on the unj.
Lukeifi. 10 he that is unjust in the leastis unjust also
18. ii extortioners, uujust, adulterers, or even
Acts 24. 15 a resurrection, .of the just and unjust
i Co. 6. i go to law before the unjust, and notbef.
1 Pe. 3. 18 suffered for sins, the just for the unjust
2 Pe 2. 9 to reserve the unjust unto the day of ju.
UNJUSTLY, (to deal)
1.2"o do perversely, *?$ aval, 3.
Isa. 26. 10 in the land of uprightness willhedeal un.
2. Perverseness, perversity, Sj?, Siy avel, evel.
Psa. 82. 2 How long will ye judge unjustly, and ac.
UNKNOWN
\.Not to know, to be ignorant, ayvotta agnoeo.
2 Co 6. 9 As unknown, and. .yet known; as dying
Gal. i . 22 was unknown by face unto the churches
2 Unknown, ayvaxTTos agnostos.
Acts 17. 23 with this inscription, To the unknown G.
UNLADE, to
To put away a load or burden, &iro<popTto/j.ai.
Acts 21 3 there the ship was to unlade her burden
UNLAWFUL (thing)
1. Unlawful, not appointed, aOtuiros athemitos.
Acts 10. 28 Ye know how that it is an unlawful thing
2.Laioless, unlawful, Hvo/nos anomos.
2 Pe. 2. 8 vexed. .from day to day with, unlawful d.
UNLEARNED, (to be)
1. Untaught, illiterate, &ypa./j.fj.arof agrammatos.
Acts 4. 13 perceived that they were unlearned and
2.Untaught, unlearned, a/j.a0-fi? amathes.
2 Pe. 3. 16 which they that are unlearned and unst.
3. Uninstructed, uneducated, a-rraiSevrosapaideutos.
2 Ti. 2. 23 foolish and unlearned questions avoid
4t.A private person, iStwrryy idiotes.
i Co.i4. i6shallhe that occupieth the room of the un.
14. 23 there come in . . unlearned, or unbelievers
14. 24 one that believeth not, or. .unlearned, he
UNLEAVENED (bread, cakes)
1. Unleavened cake, food, njtB matstsah.
Gen. 19. 3 did bake unleavened bread, and they did
Exodi2.8 roast with fire and unleavened bread ; (and)
Exodi2. 15 Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread
12. 17 ye shall observe (the feast of) unleavened
12. 18 ye shall eat unleavened bread, until the
12. 20 in . . habitations shall ye eat unleavened
12. 39 they baked unleavened cakes of the dough
13. 6 Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened bread
13. 7 Unleavened bread shall be eaten seven
23. 15 unleavened bread, .eat unleavened bread
29, 2 unleavened bread, and cakes unleavened
29. 23 the basket of the unleavened bread that
34. 1 8 unleavened bread, .eat unleavened bread
Lev. 2. 4 unleavened cakes, .or unleavened wafers
2. 5 it shall be (of) fine flour unleavened, min.
6. 16 with unleavened bread shall it be eaten
7. 12 unleavened cakes.. and unleavened wafers
8. 2 rams, and a basket of unleavened bread
8. 26 unleavened bread, .one unleavened cake
23. 6 unleavened bread . . must eat unleavened Num 6. 15 unleavened bread .. wafers of unleavened
6. 17 offer., with the basket of unleavened bread
6. 19 one unleavened cake . .one unleavened wa.
9. 1 1 eat it with unleavened bread and bitter
28. 17 seven days shall unleavened bread be eat.
Deut 1 6. 3 seven days shalt thou eat unleavened br.
16. 8 Six days thou shalt eat unleavened bread
16. 16 in the feast of unleavened bread, and in
Josh. 5. ii unleavened cakes, and parched (corn) in
Judg. 6. 19 and unleavened cakes of an ephahof flour
20, 21, 21. the flesh and the unleavened cakes
1 Sa. 28. 24 and did bake unleavened bread thereof
2 Ki.23. 9 they did eat of the unleavened bread am.
1 Ch.23. 29 for the unleavened cakes, and for (that wh.
2 Ch. 8. 13 in the feast of unleavened bread, and in
30. 13 to keep the feast of unleavened bread in
30. 21 kept the feast of unleavened bread seven
35. 17 and the feast of unleavened bread seven
Ezra 6. 22 kept the feast of unleavened bread seven
Eze. 45. 21 seven days ; unleavened bread shall be
2. Unleavened cake4 or food, &vfj.os azumos.
Matt26. 17 the first (day) of the (feast of) unleavened
Marki4. the passover, and of unleavened I read
14. 12 the first day of unleavened bread, when
Luke22. i the feast of unleavened bread drow nigh
22. 7 Then came the day of unleavened bread
Acts 12. 3 Then were the days of unleavened bread
20. 6 after the days of unleavened bread, and
1 Co. 5. 7 ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleav.
5. 8 with the unleavened (bread) of sincerity
UNLESS
1. Unless, ^K, ^IN ulai.
Num 22.33 unless she had turned from me, surely now
2.But rather, except, ex ? ki im.
Lev. 22. 6 not eat . . unless he wash his flesh with wa.
3. Unless, if not, tM>,
"nV Me.
2 Sa. 2. 27 unless thou hadst spoken, surely then in
Psa. 27. 13 unless I had believed to see the goodness
94. 17 Unless the LORD (had been) my help, my
4. Unless, eKrij t pA\ ektos ei me.
i Co. 15. 2 are saved . . unless ye have believed in va.
UNLOOSE, to
To loose, \iico luo.
Mark i. 7 I am not worthy to stoop down and unl.
Luke 3. 1 6 of whose shoes I am not worthy to unloose
John i. 27 shoe s latchet I am not worthy to unloose
UNMARRIED
Unwedded, not wedded, &ya/j.os agamos.
i Co. 7. 8 I say therefore to the unmarried and wi.
7. 1 1 if she depart, let her remain unmarried
7. 32 He that is unmarried careth for the thi.
7. 34 The unmarried woman careth for the th.
UNMERCIFUL
Unmerciful, without kindness, &vt\ei]fji<av Mnelee.
Rom. i. 31 without natural affection, implacable, un.
UNMINDFUL
To leave, forget, n;^> shayah.
Deut 32. 18 Of the Rock, .thou art unmindful, andh.
UNMOVEABLE
1. Unmoved, immoveable, djUeraKn/ijTos ametakine.
i Co. 15. 58 be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abo.
2. Unshaken, unmoveable, &ffd\fvTos asaleutos.
Acts 27. 41 the forepart stuck fast, and remained un.
UN -NI, 31? answering is with Jah [Neh. V.L. up].
1. A Levite over the choral services in the tabernacle in
the days of David. B.C. 1015.
1 Ch. 15. 18 Shemiramoth, and Jehiel, and U., Eliab
15. 20 Shemiramoth, and Jehiel, and U., and K.
2. A Levite who returned with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Neh. 12. 9 Also Bakbukiah and U., their brethren
UNOCCUPIED, to be
To cease, leave off, forbear, Virr chadal.
Judg. 5. 6 in the days of Jael, the highways were un.
UNPREPARED
Unprepared, dirapatrKtvaffTOs aparaskeuastos.
2 Co. 9. 4 come with me, and find you unprepared
UNPROFITABLE, (to be, become)
[.Not to profit, be useful, j;ij N1
? lo sakan.
Job. 15. 3 Should he reason with unprofitable talk ?
2. Unprofitable, hurtful, &\v<rtTf\-fis alusiteles.
Heb. 13. 17 joy, and not with grief ; for that (is) un.
UNPROFITABLENESS 1016 UPON
^.Unprofitable, &v<a<p\-f)s anopheles.
Titus 3. 9 questions, .for they are unprofitable and
4. Useless, worthless, dxpo* ickrcios.
Matt 25. 30 cast ye the unprofitable servant into ou.
Luke 1 7. 10 We are unprofitable servants: we have
5. Tobecomeuseless, worthless, a.xpftoofj.aiachreioom.
Rom. 3. 12 they are together become unprofitable
6. Useless, worthless, &xprjo-ros achrestos.
Phm. ii Which in time past was to thee unprofit.
UNPROFITABLENESS
Unprofitable, useless, hurtful, avwtpf\-fis anopheles.
Heb. 7. 18 for the weakness and unprofitableness th.
UNPUNISHED, to be or leave
1. To be or become innocent, free, n,7j naqah, 2.
Prov.n. 21 the wicked shall not be unpunished: but
16. 5 (Join) in hand, he shall not be unpunished
17. 5 glad at calamities shall not be unpunished
19. 5, 9 A false witness shall not be unpunished
Jer. 25. 29 utterly unpunished? Ye shall not be un.
49. 12 go unpunished? thoushaltnotgounpunis.
2. To make or declare innocent, free, njjj naqah, 3.
Jer. 30. ii will not leave thee altogether unpunished
46. 28 yet will I not leave thee wholly unpunis.
UNQUENCHABLE
Unquenchable, unquenched, &<r&effTos asbestos.
Matt. 3. 12 he will burn up the chaff with unquenc.
Luke 3. 17 the chaff he will burn with fire unquenc.
UNREASONABLE
1. Irrational, unreasonable, &\oyos alogos.
Acts 25. 27 it seemeth to me unreasonable to send a
2. Unsuitable, improper, &roiros atopos.
2 Th. 3. 2 that we may be delivered from unreason.
UNREBUKEABLE
Irreprehensible, not to be caught, avcn-i^irros.
1 Ti. 6. 14 unrebukeable, until the appearing of our
UNREPROVEABLE
Not to be called in, unchallengeable, hvfyK\r)ros.
Col. i. 22 holy andunblameable andunreproveable
UNRIGHTEOUS, unrighteously, unrighteousness
1. Iniquity, vanity, fix aven.
Isa. 10. i Woe unto them that decree unrighteous.
55. 7 Let the wicked . . and the unrighteous man
2. Violence, D~n chamas.
Exod23. i put not thine hand . . to be an unrighteous
3. To do perversely, ty aval, 3.
Psa. 71. 4 Deliver me. .out of the hand of the unri.
4. Perverse, ^jy avval.
Job 27. 7 he that riseth up against me as the unri.
5.Perverseness, perversity, Sj,?, ^ij; avel, evel.
Lev. 19. ig, 35 Ye shall do no unrighteousness in jud.
Deut. 25. 16 all that do unrighteously, (are) an abom.
6. Perverseness, perversity, np^iy [avlah] [V.L. nnSj;].
Psa. 92. 15 LORD, .(there is) no unrighteousness inh.
7. Not justice, not righteousness, pix S lo tsedeq.
Jer. 22. 13 Woe unto him that buildeth. .by unrigh.
8. Injustice, unrighteousness, a5i/ci a adikia.
Lukei6. 9 Make, .friends of the mammon of unrigh.
John 7. 1 8 the same is true, and no unrighteousness
Rom. i. 18 unrighteousness, .the truth inunrighteo.
1. 29 Being filled with all unrighteousness, for.
t. 8 obey unrighteousness, indignation and
3. 5 if our unrighteousness commend the rig.
6. 13 your members(as) instruments of unrigh.
9. 14 (Is there) unrighteousness with God? God
2 Th. 2. 10 with all deceivableness of unrighteousne.
2. 12 believed not. .but had pleasure in unright.
Heb. 8. 12 I will be merciful to their unrighteousn.
2 Pe. 2. 13 shall receive the reward of unrighteous.
2. 15 who loved the wages of unrighteousness
i Jo. i. 9 and to cleanse us from all unrighteousn.
5. 17 All unrighteousness is sin; and there is a
9. Unjust, unrighteous, &SIKOS adikos.
Luke 1 6. ii If . .ye have not been faithful in the unri.
Rom. 3. 5 (Is) God unrighteous who taketh venge.?
1 Co. 6. 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall
Heb. 6. 10 God (is) not unrighteous to forget your w.
10. Lawlessness, &vo}j.ta. anomia.
2 Co. 6. 14 fellowship hath righteousness with unri.
UNRIPE grape
Unripe fruit, 193 beser.
Job 15. 33 He shall shake off his unripe grape as the
UNRULY -
I. Unrestrained, aKardirxfTos akataschetos.
Jas. 3. 8 the tongue . . an [unruly] evil, full of dea.
2. Not in array, not obedient, dwroraK-ros anupot.
Titus i. 6 faithful children, not accused of riot, or u.
1. 10 there are many unruly and vain talkers
3. Not in array, disarranged, &TO.KTOS ataktos.
1 Th 5. 14 warn them that are unruly, comfort the
UNSATIABLE
Without satiety, nyty J^a bilti sobah.
F.ze. 16. 28 played the whore .. because thou wastun.
UNSAVOURY, (to shew self)
1. To show self a wrestler, *?r\$ pathal, 7.
2 Sa. 22. 27 the froward thou wilt show thyself unsa.
2.1nsipid, unlempered, VBJJI taphel.
Job 6. 6 Can that which is unsavoury be eaten wi.
UNSEARCHABLE
1. There is no searching, -ijjn pxew cheqer.
Job. 5. 9 Which doeth great things and unsearch.
Psa. 1 45. 3 Great (is) the LORD, .his greatness (is) un.
Prov 25. 3 earth . . and the heart of kings (is) unsearc.
2.Not searched out, avfl-epfvvT)Tos anexereunetos.
Rom. 1 1. 33 how unsearchable (are) his judgments,and
3. Not traced out, a.vfixvlaff ros ancxichniastos.
Eph. 3. 8 preach . . the unsearchable riches of Chr.
UNSEEMLY, (that which is), to behave self
Unseemliness, b.ax^p.aavvjj ascheinosune.
Rom. i. 27 men with men working that which is un.
UNSHOD, being
Barefoot, unshod, ^n; yacheph.
Jer. 2. 25 Withhold thy foot from being unshod,and
UNSKILFUL
Inexperienced, unskilful, &ireipos apeiros.
Heb. 5. 13 every one that useth milk (is) unskilful
UNSPEAKABLE
\.Not led out, inexpressible, a.vtK$iTiy tyros anekdi.
2 Co. 9. 15 Thanks (be) unto God for his unspeakab.
2.Not told out, unspeakable, avtK\d\7iTos aneklale.
1 Pe. i. 8 ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full
3.Not littered, unutterable, &^pj\ros arrhetos.
2 Co. 12. 4 heard unspeakable words, which itis not
UNSPOTTED
Unspotted, &<T7rt\os aspilos.
Jas. i. 27 to keep himself unspotted from the world
UNSTABLE
1. Instability, uncertainty, ing pachaz.
Gen. 49. 4 Unstable as water, thou shalt not excel
2. Unstable, unsettled, &Kardffraros akatastatos.
Jas. i. 8 A double minded man (is) unstable in
3. Unconfirmed, unsteady, Acrr^piKros asteriktos.
2 Pe. 2. 14 eyes full of adultery . .beguiling unstable
3. 16 they that are unlearned and unstable we.
UNSTOPPED, to be
To be opened, nn pathach, 2.
Isa. 35. 5 and the ears of the deaf shall be unstop.
UNTAKEN away
Not uncovered, yuij a.va.Ka.\vTrr6jj.(vov me anakalupto.
2 Co. 3. 14 remaineth the same Teil untaken away
UNTEMPERED
Insipid, untempered, Vsn taphel.
Eze. 13. 10 and, lo, others daubed it with untemper.
13. ii Say unto them which daub (it) with untem.
13. 14 the wall that ye have daubed with unte.
13. 15 upon them that have daubed it with unt.
22. 28 her prophets have daubed them with un.
UNTHANKFUL
Ungrateful, unthankful, axdptaros acharistos.
Luke 6. 35 he is kind unto the unthankful and. .the
2 Ti. 3. 2 disobedient to parents, unthankful, unh.
UNTIL See TILL.
UNTIMELY birth, figs
1. A fallen thing, untimely birth, "?SJ, *?2.i nephel.
Job 3. 16 Or as an hidden untimely birth I had
Psa. 58. 8 (like) the untimely birth of a woman, (th.)
Eccl. 6. 3 (that) an untimely birth (is) better than he
2.An untimely fig, o\w6os olunthos.
Rev. 6. 13 as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, wh.
UNTO See TO.
UNTOWARD
Crooked, perverse, untoward, ffKo\t6s skolios.
Acts 2. 40 Save yourselves from this untoward gene.
UNWALLED (town, village)
1. Open villages, rnn? perazoth.
Esth. 9. 19 the Jews, .that dwelt in the unwalled to.
Eze. 38. ii I will go up to the land of unwalled vill.
2. Inhabitant of an open village, T\$ perazi.
Deut. 3. 5 besides unwalled towns a great many
UNWASHEN
Unwashed, &VITTTOS aniptos.
Mnttis. 20 to eat with unwashen hands defileth not
Mark 7. 2 with defiled that is to say, with unwashen
7. 5 walk not. .but eat bread with [unwashen]
UNWISE
1. Not wise, unwise, c:n NV lo chakam.
Deut. 32. 6 O foolish people and unwise? (is) not he
Hos. 13. 13 he (is) an unwise son; for he should not
2. Thoughtless, inconsiderate, dvdrjTos anoetos.
Rom. i. 14 I am debtor, .to the wise and to theunw.
3. Without a mind or common sense, &(pp<av aphron.
Eph. 5. 1 7 be ye not unwise, but understanding what
UNWITTINGLY
1. Without knowledge, nyi S?3 bi-beli daath.
Josh. 20. 3 that ki lleth. .person unawares (and) un.
20. 5 because he smote his neighbour unwitti.
2. In error, njs?? bi-shegagah.
Lev. 22. 14 if a man eat (of) the holy thing unwittin.
UNWORTHILY, unworthy
1. Unworthy, &vdios anoxias.
i Co. 6. 2 unworthy to judge the smallest matters?
2. Unworthily, dva^iws anuxios.
i Co. 1 1. 27 and drink (this)cup of the Lord,unworthily
ii. 29 For he that eatethand drinketh [unwort.]
3. Not worthy, OVK &tos ouk axios.
Acts 13. 46 judge yourselves unworthy of everlasting
UP, up to
1 . Up, over, after, ny3 bead.
i Sa. i. 6 because the LORD had shut up her womb
2. Above, upward, onward, n^y?S le-malah.
Psa. 74. 5 was famous according as he had lifted up
3. Upward, above, &vu> ano.
Johnn. 41 Jesus lifted up (his)eyes, and said, Father
Heb. 12. 15 lest any root of bitterness springing up tr.
4. Up to, unto, until, ews heos.
John 2. 7 And they filled them up to the brim
[See also Arise, arms, ascend, banners, bear, beforehand,
bind, borne, bound, break, breaking, bring, bringer,
broken, brought, build, burn, burned, carry, cast,
casting, caught, cheer, climb, close, closed, come, cut,
deliver, devour, draw, dried, drink, driven, dry, early,
eat, ensign, fence, fetch, fill, fold, from, gather,
gathered, gaze, get, gird, give, given, giving, go, going,
grow, grown, hang, heap, heaved, hedge, help, hold,
laid, lay, lead, leap, lick, lift, lift self, lifted, lifter,
lifting, look, made, make, mound, mounting, nourish,
offer, order, pluck, plucked, pulled, put, raise, raised,
reach, rear, reared, receive, rip, rise, risen, rising, root,
rooted, rouse, set, sew, shoot, shut, sit, snuff, sought,
spring, springeth, stand, stayed, stir, store, suck, sup,
swallow, swallowed, take, taken, train, turned, vomit,
wake, walled, wrap, wrapped, yield.]
UP, to be
1. To rise, burst forth, rni zarach.
Judg. 9. 33 in the morning, as soon as the sun is up
2. To rise up, stand still, C p qt/m.
Gen. 19. 14 Up, get you out of this place; for the Lo.
44. 4 Up, follow after the men; and when thou
Exod32. i Up, make us gods, which shall go before
Josh. 7. 13 Up, sanctify the people, and say, Sanctify
Judg 4. 14 Up; for this (is) the day in which the Lo.
8. 20 Up, (and) slay them: but the youth drew
9. 32 Jsow therefore up by night, thou and the
19. 28 he said unto her, Up, and let us be going
1 Sa. 9. 26 saying, Up, that I may send thee away
2 Sa. 24. ii For when David was up in the morning
3. To rise up, avare\\<a anatello.
Mattij. 6 when the sun was up, they were scorched
Mark 4. 6 when the sun was up, it was scorched, and
UPBRAID, to
1. To reproach, expose, fpn charaph, 3.
Judg. 8. 15 Zalmunna, with whom ye did upbraid
2. To upbraid, rejn oach, revile, oveiSifa oneidizo.
Matt ii. 20 Then began he to upbraid the cities whe.
Marki6. 14 [upbraided them with their unbelief and]
Jas. i. 5 God, that giveth to all . . liberally, and up.
U-PHAR -SIN, ppisi and divided.
Dan. 5. 25 this(is)the writing.. Mene,Mene,Tekel,U.
U -PHAZ, ?D1X.
A place in s! Arabia ; or a corruption of Ophir.
Jer. 10. 9 Silver.. is brought.. and gold from U.
Dan. 10. 5 whose loins, .girded with fine gold of U.
UPHOLD, be upholden, to
l.To sustain, support, lean, HQD samak.
"Psa. 37. 17 but the LORD upholdeth the righteous
37. 24 for the LORD upholdeth .his hand
51. 12 Restore. .and uphold me (with thy) free S.
54. 4 the LORD (is) with them that uphold my
119. 116 Uphold me according unto thy word, that
145. 14 The LORD upholdeth all that fall, and
Isa. 63. 5 I wondered that (there was) none to uph.
63. 5 therefore mine own arm. .it upheld me
Eze. 30. 6 They also that uphold Egypt shall fall, and
2. To support, refresh, il 9 saad.
Prov 20. 28 the king . . his throne is upholden by mercy
3. To rise up, stand still, D?p gum.
Job 4. 4 Thy wordshave upholden him that was fa.
4. To hold up, retain, "SI? tamak.
Psa. 41. 12 as forme, thou upholdest me in mine int.
63. 8 My soul . . thy right hand upholdeth me
Prov 29. 23 honour shall uphold the humble in spirit
Isa. 41. 10 I will uphold thee with the right hand of
42. i Behold my servant, whom I uphold, mine
5. To bear, carry, <p(pw phero.
Heb. i. 3 upholding all things by the word of hi
UPON
1. Unto, VN el.
Gen. 22. is Lay not thine hand upon the lad, neither
2. Behind, after, tys bead.
Judg. 3. 22 the fat closed upon the blade, so that he
2 Ki. 4. 4 shut the door upon thee and upon thy son
4. 5 shut the door upon her and upon her sons
3. To, is1
? lemo.
Job 40. 4 Behold . . I will lay my hand upon my mo.
UPPER 1017 UPWARD
4. From, jp min.
Ezra 7. 26 let judgment be executed speedily upon
5. Above, "?yiJ9 mim-maal,
Gen. 22. 9 and laid him on the altar upon the wood
Jer. 43. io will set his throne upon these stones that
Dan. 12. 6, 7 which (was) upon the waters of the ri.
6.0n, upon, above, over, ?X al.
Gen. i. 2 darkness (was) upon the face of the deep
i. 2 spirit of God moved upon the face of the
/. From on, from above, Vyp me-al.
Gen. 40. 17 birds did eat them out of the basket upon
Ezra 5. 5 the eye of their God was upon the elders
7. 17 offer them upon the altar of the house of
7. 24 not be lawful to impose toll, .upon them
Dan. 2. io There is not a man upon the earth that can
2. 28 the visions of thy head upon thy bed, are
2. 29 thy thoughts came (into thy mind) upon
2 . 34 stone . . which smote the image upon his fe.
2. 46 Nebuchadnezzar fell upon his face, and wo.
4. 5 the thoughts upon my bed and the visions
4. 13 I saw in the visions of my head upon my
4. 24 which is come upon my lord the king
4. 28 All this came upon the king Nebuchadn.
4. 33 The same hour was the thing fulfilled upon
5. 5 upon the plaster of the wall of the king s
6. 17 a stone was brought, and laid upon the
7. i a dream and visions of his head upon his
7. 4 made stand upon the feet as a man, and
7. 6 which had upon the back of it four wings
8. With, -vsy immad.
Job io. 17 and increases! thine indignation upon me
9. On the face of, i?
1^ al pene.
Lev. 16. 14 sprinkle (it) with his finger upon the me.
10. From, air6 apo.
Acts ii. 19 scattered abroad upon the persecution th
11. In regard to, with a view to, toward, at, tli eis.
Matt26. io she hath wrought a good work upon me
27. 30 they spit upon him, and took the reed, and
Mavki3. 3 as he sat upon the mount of Olives, over
Luke 8.43 which had spent all her living [upon] ph.
18. 1 3 smote [upon] his breast, saying, God be me.
Acts 3. 4 Peter, fastening his eyes upon him with
ii. 6 Upon the which when I had fastened mine
22. 13 And the samehour I looked up upon him
27. 26 we must be cast upon a certain island
27. 29 fearing lest we should have fallen [upon]
Rom. 5. 12 death passed upon all men, for that all
5. 18 (judgment came) upon all men to conde.
5.18 (the free gift came) upon all men unto ju.
13. 6 attending continually upon this very th.
1 Co. io. ii upon whom the ends of the world are co.
15. io his grace which (was bestowed) upon me
2 Co. i. ii that for the gift (bestowed) upon us by
Gal. 4. ii lest I have bestowed upon you labour in
Rev. 8. 7 they were cast upon the earth: and the
9. 3 there came out of the smoke locusts upon
1 6. i pour, .the vials of the wrath of God upon
16. 2 grievous sore [upon] the men which had
1 6. 3 the second angel poured out his vial upon
16. 4 out his vial upon the rivers and upon
12. In, during, among, Iv en.
Matt 12. 2 that which is not lawful to do upon the
Luke2i. 23 distress in the land, and wrath [upon] this
Acts 20. 7 upon the first, .of the week, when the di.
Jas. 4. 3 Ye ask . . that ye may consume (it) upon
13. Above, jipon, over, eirdtxa epano.
Matt23. 1 8 whosoever sweareth by the gift, .upon it
28. 2 and rolled back the stone, .and sat upon
Rev. 20. 3 shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that
14.0t, upon, liri (gen.) epi.
Matt. 6. 19 Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon
See also io. 27; 23. 9, 35; 24. 3; 25. 31; Mark 6. 48, 49; 7.
30; Luke 5. 24; 12. 3; 17. 31; 21. 25; Jo. 19. 31; Acts 12.
21 ; Rom. 9. 28 ; Col. 3. 5 ; Heb. 6. 7 ; Rev. 3. io, io ;
5. 7, 13 ; 7. io ; io. i, s, 5, 8, 8 ; n. io ; 12. i ; 13.1,8;
16. 18 ; 17. i ; 18. 24 , 19. 21 ; 21. 5.
15. On, upon, over, kirl (dat.) epi.
Matti6. 18 and upon this rockl will build my church
See also Mark 6. 39 ; n. 7 ; 13. 2 ; Luke 19. 44 ; 21. 6 ;
John 4. 27 ; ii. 38 ; Acts 8. 16; Eph. 2. 20; 4. 26 ; Phil,
i. 3 ; 2. 17, 27 ; Heb. 8. 6 ; Rev. 19. 14.
16. On, upon, over, up to, tiri (ace.) epi.
Matt. 3. 16 descending like a dove, and lighting upon
See also 7. 24, 25, 26; 9. 18; io. 13; n. 29; 12. 18; 13.
5; 19. 28; 21. 5; 23. 35, 36; 24. 2; 27. 29, [35]; Mark i.
[10]; 8. 25; 10. 16; 15. 24; Luke i. 12, 35; 2. 25, 40; 3.
22; 4. 18; 5. 19, 36; 6. 48, [49]; 8. 6; 9. 38; io. 6; n-
2 I 3- 4> 9- 35; 19- 43! 20. 8; 21. 34; 24. 49; John i.
32 > 33. 5i; 9- IS . 18. 4; Acts i. 8, 26; 2. 3, 17; 4. 33; 5.
ii, ii, 28; 7. 57; 8. 24; io. 9; 13. ii, [40]; 15. io, 17; 18.
6; 21. 35; 26. 16; Rom. 2. 9; 3. [22]; 4. 9, 9; 15. 20;
i Co. 3.12:2 Co. i. 23 ; 3. 15 ; 12. 9 ; Gal. 6. 16 ; Eph. 5.
6; i Th. 2. 16; Heb. ii. 21; Jas. 2. 21; i Pe. 4. 14; 5.
7 ; Rev. i. 17 ; 2. 24 ; 3. 3, 12 ; 4. 4 ; 8. 3, io, io ; io. 2; n. ii, ii, 16 ; 12. 3 ; 13. i, i ; 14. 14 ; 16. [a], 8, io, 12, 21 i
17- 3. s. [16]! 10. ii : 30. 4. A..
17.Down from, against, toward, Kara (gen.) kata.
Jude 15 To execute judgment upon all, and to co.
18. Down to, over against, Kara, (ace. ) kata.
i Co. 16. 2 Upon the first . . of the week let every one
19. With, fjifrd (gen.) meta.
Luke i. 58 how the Lord had showed, .mercy upon
[See also Attend, beat, bestow, blow, bring, burn, burn
incense, build, call, cast, clothed, come, compassion,
fall, get hold, grew, hold, lay, light, look, mercy, pity,
press, put, rained, rest, run, seize, sit, spread, spit,
stamp, take, think, tread, wait, waiting.]
UPPER, (room or chamber), uppermost
1. Upper, ^y illi.
Josh 15. 19 he gave her the upper;springs, and the ne.
Judg. 1.15 gave her the upper springs and the nether
2. Upper, uppermost, highest, p ^j; elyon.
Gen. 40. 17 in the uppermost basket, .of all manner
Josh 16. 5 Ataroth-adar, unto Beth-horon the upper
2 Ki. 1 8. 17 stood by the conduit of the upper pool
1 Ch. 7. 24 Beth-horon the nether, and the upper, and
2 Ch. 8. 5 he built Beth-horon the upper, and Beth.
32. 30 Hezekiah also stopped the upper water
Isa. 7. 3 at the end of the conduit of the upper po.
36. 7 stood by the conduit of the upper pool
Eze. 42. 5 the upper chambers (were) shorter, for
3. Upper chamber, above the ground, avdiyeov anog.
Marki4. 15 he shall show you a large upper room fu.
Luke 22. 12 he shall show you a large upper room fu.
4. Above, higher, avtarepiKos anoterikos.
Acts 19. i Paul having passed through the upper co.
5.An upper chamber, vireptpov huperoon.
Acts i. 13 they went up into an upper room, where
9. 37 had washed, they laid . . in an upper chain.
9. 39 they brought him into the upper chamber
20. 8 there were many lights in the upper cha.
[See also Chamber, doorpost, lintel, lip, millstone, room,
seat.]
UPRIGHT (most), uprightly, uprightness
1. Upright, if; yashar.
1 Sa. 29. 6 the LORD liveth, thou hast been upright
2 Ch.29- 34 ^e Levites (were) more upright in heart
Job i. i that man was perfect and upright, and one
1. 8 a perfect and an upright man, one that
2. 3 a perfect and an upright man, one that
8. 6 If thou (wert) pure and upright, surely
17. 8 Upright (men) shall be astonied at this.and
Psa. 7. io defence (is) of God, which saveth the up.
ii. 2 they may privily shoot at the upright in
ii. 7 his countenance doth behold the upright
25. 8 Good and upright (is) the LORD : therefore
32. 1 1 shout for joy, all (ye that are) upright in
33. i Rejoice . . praise is comely for the upright
36. io thy righteousness to the upright in heart
37. 14 to slay such as be of upright conversation
37. 37 Mark the perfect (man), and behold the u.
49. 14 the upright shall have dominion over th.
64. io and all the upright in heart shall glory
92. 15 To show that the LORD (is) upright, (he
94. 15 and all the upright in heart shall follow
97. ii Light (is) sown, .and gladness for the up.
in. i in the assembly of the upright, and (in)
in. 8 (and are) done in truth and uprightness
ti2. 2 the generation of the upright shall bebl.
112. 4 Unto the upright there arise th light inthe
119. 137 Righteous (art) thou, LORD, and upri.
125. 4 to (them that are) upright in their heart
140. 13 the upright shall dwell in thy presence
Prov. 2. 21 the upright shall dwell in the land, and
ii. 3 The integrity of the upright shall guide
ii. 6 The righteousness of the upright shall de.
1 1 . 1 1 By the blessing of the upright the city is
12. 6 the mouth of the upright shall deliver th.
14. ii the tabernacle of the upright shall flour.
15. 8 but the jfeayer of the upright (is) his del.
16. 17 The highway of the upright (is) to depart
21. 1 8 and the transgressor for the upright
21. 29 (as for) the upright, he directeth his way
29. 27 (he that is) upright in the way (is) abomi.
Eccl. 7. 29 God hath made man upright ; but they
Isa. 26. 7 thou, most upright, dost weigh the path
Dan. ii. 17 to enter, .and upright ones with him
Mic. 2. 7 do good to him that walketh uprightly
7. 2 (there is) none upright among men : they
7. 4 the most upright (is sharper) than a thorn
2. Uprightness, *& yosher.
Deut. 9. 5 Not. .for the uprightness of thine heart
i Ki. 9. 4 in integrity of heart, and in uprightness
i Ch.29. 17 that thou. .hast pleasure in uprightness
Job 33. 3 My words (shall be of) the uprightness of
33. 23 one. . to show unto man his uprightness
Psa. 25. 21 Let integrity and uprightness preserve
119. 7 I will praise thee with uprightness of he.
Prov. 2. 13 Who leave the paths of uprightness, to
14. 2 He that walketh in his uprightness fear.
Eccl. 12. io (that which was) written (was) upright
3. Uprightness, rnp? yishrah.
i Ki. 3. 6 walked, .in uprightness of heart with thee
4. Uprightness, liira mishor.
Psa. 143. 10 God . .lead me into the land of uprightn.
5. Uprightness, D H? P mesharim.
i Ch.2g. 17 triest the heart, and hast pleasure in up.
Psa. 9. 8 shall minister, .to the people in upright.
58. i do ye judge uprightly, O ye sons of men?
75. 2 I shall receive. .1 will judge uprightly
Song. i. 4 we will remember thy love, .the upright
Isa. 26. 7 The way of the just (is) uprightness
33. 15 walketh righteously, and speaketh uprig.
6. Straightforward, nij nakoach.
Isa. 26. io in the land of uprightness will he deal
57. 2 He shall enter. . walking (in) his upright.
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Dan. 8. 18 sleep! .but he touched me, and set me up.
io. ii understand the words, .stand upright, for
8. Upright, erect, ni ppip qomemiyyuth.
Lev. 26. 13 broken tlie..yoke, and made you go upri.
9. Stiffness, beaten work, n^pa miqshah.
Jer. io. s They (are) upright as the palm tree, but
10. Perfect, plain, Dp tarn.
Prov.2g. io The blood thirsty hate the upright, but
11. Perfection, integrity, en torn.
Job 4 . 6 thy hope, and the uprightness of thy ways
Prov. 2. 7 a buckler to them thut walk uprightly
io. 9 He that walketh uprightly walketh surely
io. 29 way of the LORD (is) strength to the upri.
13. 6 Righteousness keepeth (him that is) upr.
28. 6 Better, .the poor that walketh in his upr.
12. Perfect, complete, plain, D Cn tamim.
2 Sa. 22. 24 I was also upright before him, and have
22. 26 with the upright man thou wilt show th.
Job 12. 4 the just upright (man is) laughed to scorn
Psa. 15. 2 He that walketh uprightly, and worketh
1 8. 23 I was also upright before him, and I kept
1 8. 25 with an upright man. .wilt show thyself
37. 18 The LORD knoweth the days of the upri.
84. 1 1 withhold from them that walk uprightly
Prov. 1 1. 20 (such as are) upright in their way (are)
28. io the upright shall have good (things) in po.
28. 18 Whoso walketh uprightly shall be saved
Amos 5. io they abhor him that speaketh uprightly
13. To make right or straight, TS>; yas/iar, 3.
Prov. 15. 21 amanof understanding walketh uprightly
14. Upright, erect, straight, bpOos orthos.
Acts 14. 10 Said with a loud voice, Stand upright on
UPRIGHT, to be or show one self
I. To be upright, i?i
; yashar.
Hab. 2. 4 his soul (which) is lifted up is not upright
1. To be perfect, cpn tamam.
Psa. 19. 13 then shall I be upright, and I shall be in
3. To show selfperfect, 0^51 tamam, 7.
2 Sa. 22. 26 with, .man thou wilt show thyself uprig.
Psa. 1 8. 25 with, .man thou wilt show thyself upright
UPRISING
To rise up, stand still, Dip qum.
Psa.i3Q. 2 Thou knowest. .mine up rising, thou und
UPROAR, to be in, make, set on an
I. To roar, make a noise, nzpn hamah.
1 Ki. i. 41 (this) noise of the city being in an uproar
2. To set up, excite, avaffrardw anastatod.
Acts 21. 38 which before these days madest an uproar
3. Tumult, tumultuous assembly, Oopvfios thorubos.
Matt.26. 5 lest there be an uproar among the peop.
Marki4. 2 Not. .lest there be an uproar of the people
Acts 20. i after the uproar was ceased, Paul called
4.7*0 be tumultuous, Bopvftfopai thorubeomai.
Acts 17. 5 set all the city on an uproar, and assaulted
5. To pour out or mix together, avyx*""* stttfchuno.
Acts 21. 31 came, .that all Jerusalem was in an uproar
6. Standing up, upstanding, oracn? stasis.
Acts 19. 40 called in question for this day s uproar
UPSIDE (down)
Chi the face of it, yiB hy [al].
2 Ki.2i. 13 wiping (it), and turning (it) upside down
[See Turn.]
UPWARD
1. Tb cause to go up high, FI;J gabah, 5.
Job 5. 7 born unto trouble, as the sparks fly npw.
2. Above,from above,upv}ard, n?yc7P, n^yfzhle-malah.
Gen. 7. 20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters pr.
Exod38. 26 numbered, from twenty years old and up.
Num. i. 3 From twenty years old and upward, all that
So in verse 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 45.
3. 15, 22, 28, 34, 39, 40, 43 month old and upward
4. 3, 23, 30, 35, 39, 43, 47 years old and upward
8. 24 from twenty and five years old and upwa.
14. 29 from twenty years old and upward, which
26. 2, 4 from twenty years old and upward
26. 62 all males from a month old and upward
32. ii none., from twenty years old and upward
Judg. i. 36 to Akrabbim, from the rock, and upward
1 Sa. 9. 2 from his shoulders and upward (he was)
10. 23 higher, .from his shoulders and upward
2 Ki. 3. 21 able to put on armour, and upward and
1 Ch. 23. 3 from the age of thirty years and upward
23. 24 from the age of twenty years and upward
2 Ch. 31. 16 from three years old and upward, (even)
31.17 Levites from twenty years old and upwa.
Ezra 3. 8 Levites, from twenty years old and upwa.
Eccl. 3. 21 the spirit of man that goeth upward, and
Isap 8. 21 and curse their king, .and look upward
37. 31 take root downward, and bear fruit upw.
Eze. i. ii their wings (were) stretched upward, two
1. 27 from the appearance of his loins even up.
8. 2 from his loins <0en upward, as the appea.
41. 7 still upward . . went still upward . . upward
43. 15 from the altar and upward (shall be) four
Hag. 2. 15 consider from this day and upward, from
2. 18 Consider now from this day and upward
3. High place, on high, DTID marom.
Isa. 38. 14 mine eyes fail (with looking) upward, O
128
UR 1018 UTMOST
TO, UK light, brightness.
1. A city or district in N. Mesopotamia ; perhaps Mugheir,
six miles W. of the Euphrates, midway between
Babylon and the Persian Gulf. (Or/a .* Warkah ?).
Gen. ii. 28 And Haran died, .in U. of the Chaldeea
ii. 31 they went forth with them from U. of the
15. 7 LOKD. .brought thee out of U. of the Ch.
Neh. 9. 7 God. .broughtest him forth out of U. of
2. Father of Eliphal, one of David s valiant men. B.C.
1070.
1 Ch.n. 35 Sacar the Hararite, Eliphal the son of U.
UR -BANE, Ovp$av6s. (Latin, Urbanus.)
A believer in Borne to whom Paul sends a salutation.
Rom 16. 9 Salute U. our helper in Christ, and Stac.
URGE, be urgent, to
l.To urge, px alats, 3.
Judg 16. 16 urged him . .that his soul was vexed unto
2.To be strong, firm, piri chazaq.
Exod 12. 33 the Egyptians were urgent upon the peo.
3. To be urgent, fjyrj chatsaph, 5.
Dan. 3. 22 because the king s commandment was urg.
4. To press, ix? patsar,
Gen. 33. ii Take, I pray thee. .And he urged him, and
Judg 19. 7 rose up to depart, his father in law urged
2 Ki. 2. 17 when they urged him till he was ashamed
5. 16 he urged him to take (it): but he refused
S.Tobreak, spread, burstforth, down, in, ]"~\$ parats.
i Ki. 5. 23 he urged him, and bound two talents of
6. To hold in, ^j/exeo enecho.
Luken. 53 the Pharisees began to urge (him) vehem.
TO -I, n?K, "IN enlightened.
1. Son of Hur, and father of Bezaleel, who was filled
with the spirit of wisdom to prepare the tabernacle.
B.C. 1525.
Exod3i. 2 See, I have called, .the son of U., the son
35. 30 LORD hath called, .the son of U., the son
38. 22 Bezaleel the son of U. . .made all that the
1 Ch. 2. 20 And Hur begat U., and U. begat Bezaleel
2 Ch. i. 5 brasen altar, that., the son of U. . .had ma.
2. Father of Geber, one of Solomon s officers in Gilead.
B.C. 1040.
1 Ki. 4. 19 Geber the son of U. (was) in the country
3. A gatekeeper that had taken a strange wife during
the exile. B.C. 445.
Ezra 10. 24 the porters; Shallum, and Telem, andU.
U-RT-AH, U-BI -JAH, i.i.-JiK, .inix Jah is light.
1. A Hittite, husband of Bath-sheba, and one of David s
valiant men. B.C. 1048.
2 Sa. ii. 3 (Is) not this Bath-sheba. .the wife of U.
ii. 6 Send me U. . .And Joab sent U. to David
ii. 7 when U. was come unto him, David dem.
ii. 8 David said to U., Go down to thy house
ii. 8 And IT. departed out of the king s house
ii. 9 But U. slept at the door of the king s ho.
ii. 10 saying, U. went not down unto his house
ii. 10 David said unto U., Camest thou not from
ii. ii U. said unto David, The ark, and Israel
ii. 12 David said to U., Tarry here to day also
ii. 12 So U. abode in Jerusalem that day, and
ii. 14 David wrote, .and sent, .by the hand of U.
ii. 15 Set ye U. in the forefront of the hottest
ii. 16 he assigned U. unto a place where he kn.
11.17 there fell (some), .and U. the Hittite died
ii. 21, 24 Thy servant U. the Hittite is dead also
11. 26 the wife of U. heard that U. her husband
12. 9 thou hast killed V. the Hittite with the
12.10 thou . . hast taken the wife of U. . . to be thy
12. 15 the LORD struck the child that U. s wife
23. 39 U. the Hittite : thirty and seven in all
i Ki. 15. 5 save only in the matter of U. the Hittite
1 Ch.n. 41 U. the Hittite, Zabad the son of Ahlai
t. A priest in Jerusalem, who built an altar according
to the pattern sent him by king Ahaz. B.C. 740.
2 Ki. 16. 10 Ahaz sent to U. the priest the fashion of
16. 1 1 U. the priest built an altar according to
16. ii so U. the priest made (it) against king A.
16. 15 king Ahaz commanded U. the priest, sa.
1 6. 1 6 Thus did U. the priest, according to all
3. A priest, father of Meremoth, who rebuilt part of the
wall of Jerusalem at the instance of Nehemiah. B.C.
445-
Ezra 8. 33 by the hand of Meremoth the son of U.
Neh. 3. 4, 21 them repaired Meremoth the son of U.
4. A priest, Levite, or ruler who stood beside Ezra when
he read the book of the law to the people. B.C. 470.
Neh. 8. 4 beside him stood. .U., and Hilkiah^and
6. A priest whom Isaiah took as a witness. B.C. 740.
Isa. 8. 2 I took unto me. .U. the priest, and Zech.
6. A prophet, son of Shemaiah, whom Jehoiakim sent
for into Egypt and slew him. B.C. 609.
Jer. 26. 20 U.. .prophesied against this city and ag.
26 21 when U. heard it, he was afraid, and fled
26. 23 they fetched forth U. out of Egypt, and
D-UI -AS, Ovpias. See .Uriah.
The husband of Bath-sheba, Solomon s mother.
Matt. i. 6 and David . .begat Solomon of her. .of TJ.
TT-ET-EL, V-IIK Ood is light.
1. A Kohathite, son of Tahath. B.C. 1460-
i Ch. 6. 24 Tahath his son, U. his son Uzziah his son
1 Ch. 15. 5 U. the chief, and his brethren an hundr.
15. ii David called, .for the Levites, for U., As.
2. Father of Michaiah, one of Rehoboam s- wives; a
Gibeathite. B.C. 1010.
2 Ch.i3. 2 Michaiah the daughter of U. of Gibeah
TJ -RIM, c i x lights.
Mentioned along with Thwnmim, as something in the
high priest s breastplate that gave an oracular response.
Exod28. 30 thou shalt put in the breastplate, .the U.
Lev. 8. 8 he put in the breastplate the U. and the
Numz?. 21 after the judgment of U. before the LORD
Deut.33. 8 (Let) thy Thummim and thy U. (be) with
1 Sa. 28. 6 LORD answered him not.neither.. by U. nor
Ezra 2. 63 till there stood up a priest with U. and
Neh. 7. 65 till there stood (up) a priest with U. and
ITS
1. We, we ourselves, un: anachnu.
Deut. 5. 3 (even) us, who (are) all. .here alive this
Neh. 4. 23 none of us put off our clothes, .every one
2. Into our hand, Wt^be-yad-enu.
Exodio. 25 Thou must give us also sacrifices and bu.
3. Our eye, vyy. en-enu.
2 Sa. 20. 6 lest . .get him fenced cities, and escape us
4. Us, fifias hemas.
Matt. 6. 13 lead us not into temptation, butdeliverus
See also 8. [25], 29, 31; 9. 27; 13. 56; 17. 4; 20. 7, 30,
31; 27. 4, 25; Mark i. 24; 5. 12; 6. 3; 9. 5, 22; Luke
i. 71, 78 ; 4. 34; 7. 20; 9. 33; ii. i, 4, [4], 45; 12. 41 ; 16.
26; 17. 13; 19. 14; 20. 6; 23. 30, 30, 39; 24. 22; John i.
22; 9. 34 ; Acts i. 21 ; 3. 4 ; 5. 28 ; 7. [27], 40 ; n. 15 ; 14.
ii ; 16. 10, 15, 37, 37, 37; 20. 5; 21. 5, ii, 17; 27. 6, 7;
28. 2, 7, 10 ; Rom. 4. 24; 5. 8; 8.18, 35, 37, 39; 9. 24; 15.
[7]; 6. [6]; i Co. 4. i, 9; 6. 14; 7. [15]; 8. 8; 2 Co. i. 4,
5. 10, ii, 14, 21, 21, 22; 2. 14 ; 3. 6 ; 4. 14; 5. 5, 14, iS;
7. 2, 6 ; 8. 20 ; 10. 2 ; Gal. i. 4, 23 ; 2. 4 ; 3. 13 ; 5. i ; Eph.
1. 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 19; 2. 4, 7; 5. [a]; Phil. 3. 17; Col. i. 12,
13; i Th. i. 10; 2. [15], 16, 18; 3. 6, 6; 4. 7, [8]; 5. 9;
2 Th. 2. 16; 3. 7, 9; 2 Ti. i. 9 ; 2. 12 ; Titus 2. 12, 14; 3.
5, 6, 15; Heb 2. 3; Jas. i. 18; i Pe. i. 3; 3. [18, 21]; 5.
[10]; 2 Pe. i. 3; 3. [9]; i Jo. i. 7, 9; 3. i ; 4. 10, ii, 19;
3 Jo. 9, 10; Rev. i. 5, 5, [6]; 5. [9, 10]; 6. 16, 16.
5. We, we ourselves, r^ue?* hemeis.
John 1 1. 16 Let us also go, that we may die He. 12. i.
6. To us, iifjuv hemin.
Matt. 3. 15 thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteou.
See also 6. ii, 12; 8. [31]; 13. 36; 15. 15; 20. 12; .21. 25; 22.
17,25; 24. 3; 25. 8, 9, n; 26.63,68; Mark 9. 22, [38,38]; 10.
35, 37; 12. 19; 13. 4; 14. 15; 16. 3; Luke i. i, 2, 69, 74; 2. 15,
48; 7. 5, 16; 10. ii, 17; ii. 3, 4, 4; 13. 25; 20.2, [22], 28; 22.
8. 67; 23. 18; 24. 24, [32], 32, 32; John i. 14; 2. 18; 4. 12,
2 5; 6- 34 5 2 8. [5]; 10. 24; ii. [50]; 14. 8, 8, 22; 16. 17; 17.
21; 18. 31; Acts i. 17, 21, 22; 2. 29; 3. 12; 6. 14; 7. 38, 40;
10. 41, 42; ii. 13, 17; 13. [33], 47 ; 14. [17]; 15. 7) 8, 25, 28;
16. 9, 16, 17, [17], 21; 20. 14; 21. 16, 18; 25. 24; 27. 2; 28.
2, 15; Rom. 5. 5; 8. 4, 32; o. 29; 12. 6; i Co. i. 18, 30; 2.
10, 12; 4. 6; 8. 6; 15. 57; 2 Co. i. [8]; 4. 12, 17; 5. 5, 18, 19;
6. 12; 7. 7; 10. [8], 13; Eph. i. 9; 3. 20; Col. i. 8; 2. 14; 4.
3; i Th. 2. 8; 3. 6; i Ti. 6. i 7 ;2Ti. i. 7, 9, 14; Heb. i. 2;
7. 26; 10. 15, 20; 12. i; Jas. 3. 3; 4. 5; i Pe. i. [12]; 2. [21];
4. [3]; 2 Pe. i. i, 3, 4; i Jo. i. 2, 8, 9, 10; 2. 25; 3. i,
[23], 24, 24; 4. o, 12, 12, 13, 13, 16; 5. ii, 20; 2 Jo. 2.
7. Of us, ft/j.wv hemdn.
Matt. i. 23 which being interpreted is, God with us
See also Matt. 15. 23; Mark 9. [40]; Luke 9. 49, [50, 50];
16. 26; 24. 29; Acts i. 22; 7. 40; 15. 9, 24; 17. 27; 24. 4;
28. 15 ; Rom. 4. 16 ; 5. 8 ; 8. [26], 31, 31, 32, 34 ; 14. 7, 12 ;
15. 2; i Co. 4. 8 ; 5. [7] ; 2 Co. i. n, 19, 20; 2. 14; 3. 3;
4. 7 ; 5. 20, 21 ; 7. 9 ; 8. 4, 19, 19, 20; 9. n ; Gal. 3. 13 ;
4.26; Eph. 4.7; 5. [2] ; Col. 2. 14 ; 4. 3 ; i Th. i. 6, 9 ; 2.
13 ; 3. 6; 4. i ; 5. 10, 25 ; 2 Th. i. 7 ; 2. 2 ; 3. i, 6 ; Titus
2. 14; Heb. 6. 20; 9. 24; ii. 40, 40; 13. 18; i Pe. 2. [21];
4- [i]> 17 I 2 Pe. 3. [2] ; i Jo. i. 3 ; 2. 19, 19, 19, 19, 19; 3.
16, 20, 21 ; 4. 6, 6; 5. [14], 15 ; 2 John 2.
8. Our soul, TTJP (l/i/xV T}(*.G>i>
ten psuchen hemon.
Johnio. 24 How long dost thou make us to doubt?
TTSE (be used, to), using
1. To say, I?N amar.
Jer. 31. 23 As yet they shall use this speech in the
2. To speak, ~y; dabar, 3.
Prov.iS. 23 The poor useth entreaties ; but the rich
3. Work, occupation, ^rx^p melakah.
Lev. 7. 24 and the fat. .may be. .in any other use
4. Taught, ~ua^ limmud.
Jer. 2. 24 A wild ass used to the wilderness, (that)
5. To take, receive, np^ laqach.
Jer. 23. 31 that use {heir tongues, and say, He saith
6. To speak proverbially, hys mashal,
Eze. 1 8. 2 What mean ye, that ye use this proverb
18. 3 ye shall not have, .any more to use this
7. To do, make, n\py asah.
Eze. 35. ii which thou hast used out of thy hatred
8. To be done, made, nyy asah, 2.
Lev. 7. 24 and the fat. .may be used in any other
9. Service, .fiin^ abodah.
i Ch.28. 15 according to the use of every candlestick
10. To oppress, pvy ashaq.
Eze. 22. 29 The people of the land hare used oppre.
11. To divine, use divination, Dp;; qasam.
Deut 1 8. 10 that useth divination, (or) an observer of
2 Ki. 17. 17 they, .used divination and enchantments
Eze. 21.21 the king of Babylon stood, .to use divina.
^.Judgment, o$ys mishpat.
Psa.iig 132 as thou usest to do unto those that love
13. To turn up, a.va<rTpf<pw anastrepho.
Heb. 10. 33 companions of them that were so used
14. Use, consumption by use, diroxpTjem apochresis.
Col. 2. 22 Which are all to perish with the using
15. To come in or with, ylvofjai tv ginomai en.
i Th. 2. 5 For neither at any time used we flattering
16. Habit, use, tts hexis.
Heb. 5. 14 those who by reason of use have their se.
17. To have, {?x echo.
i Pe. 2. 16 As free, and not using, .liberty for a clo
18. To be, tlfj.1 eimi.
Mark 2. 18 the disciples, .of the Pharisees used to f
19. To hold with, /U.T X<> mettcho.
Heb. 5. 1,3 every one that useth milk (is) unskilful
19a. Practise, IT
pd<r
a- co prasso. Acts 19. 19.
20. To use, make use of, xp<>Ma chraomai.
Acts 27. 17 Which, when they had taken up, they us.
1 Co. 7. 21 if thou mayest be made free, use ; 7. 31.
9. 12 Nevertheless we have not used this pow.
9. 15 But I have used none of these things
2 Co. i. 17 When I. .was thus minded, did I use lig.T
3. 12 Seeing, .we have such hope, we use great
13. jo lest being present I should use sharpness
i Ti. i. 8 the law (is) good, if a man use it lawfully
5. 23 use a little wine for thy stomach s sake
21. Necessary business, use, need, \piia chreia.
Eph. 4. 29 that which is good to the use of edifying
Titus 3. 14 maintain good works for necessary uses
22. Use, manner of using, xp^""" chresis.
Rom. i. 26 did change the natural use into that v. 27.
23. To practise, irpdffffu prasso, Acts 19. 19.
USE deceit, despitefully, to
1. To deceive, 5o\i6u dolioo.
Ron). 3. 13 with their tongues they have used deceit
2. To injure, harass, criminate, tirrjptdfa epereazO.
Matt. 5. 44 which despitefully use you, and persecute
Luke 6. 28 pray for them which despitefully use you
3. To insult, injure, vpieo hubrizo.
Acts 14. 5 to use. .despitefully, and to stone them
[See also Aright, arts, enchantment, hospitality, many,
proverb, right hand, service, sorcery.]
TTSTOP authority over, to
To exercise power of one s self, avdevrtu authenteo.
i Ti. 2. 12 not to usurp authority over the man, but
TTSTTRY, to give, lend on, take, be lent upon
1. To exact, N^J nasha.
Isa. 24. 2 as with, .so with the giver of usury to him
2.^/ra exaction, x^5 mashsha.
Neh. 5. 7 Ye exact usury, every one of his brother
5. 10 I pray you, let us leave off this usury
3. To exact, n^j nashah.
Exod22. 25 thou shalt not be to him as an usurer
Isa. 24. 2 as with the taker of usury, so with the gi.
Jer. 15. 10 neither lent on usury, nor. .lent, .me on u.
4. To bite, lend on usury, "?: nashak.
Deut 23. 19 of any thing that is lent upon usury
5. To (cause to) bite, lend on usury, ^} nashak, 5.
Deut 23. 19 Thou shall not lend upon usury to thy
23. 20 Unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon us.
23. 20 thy brother thou shalt not lend upon us.
6.Biting, usury, y<?} neshek.
Exod22. 25 neither shalt thou lay upon him usury
Lev. 25. 36 Take thou no usury of him, or increase
25. 37 Thou shalt notgive him .. upon usury, nor
Deut23. 19 usury of money, usury of victuals, usury
Psa. 15. 5 putteth not out his money to usury, nor
Prov.28. 8 He that by usury and unjust gain increa.
Eze. 18. 8 He (that) hath not given forth upon usu.
1 8. 13 Hath given forth upon usury, and hath t.
18. i7hath not received usury nor increase, hath
22. 12 thou hast taken usury and increase, and
7. Offspring, usury, rJ/cor tokos.
Matt25_ 27 I should have received mine own with u.
Lukeig. 23 I might have required mine own with u.T
TT -THAI, W Jah is help.
1. Son of Ammihud, a descendant of Pharez, son of
Judiili, dwelling in Jerusalem. B.C. 536.
i Ch. 9. 4 U. the son of Ammihud, the son of Omri
2. A chief man, of the sons of Bigvai, that returned
from exile with Ezra in the time of Artaxerxes. B.C.
457-
Ezra 8. 14 Of the sons also of Bigvai; U., and Zabb.
TITMOST (border, part), uttermost
1. Behind, last, furthest, pi acharon.
Deut 1 1. 24 unto the uttermost sea, shall yonr border
34. 2 the land of Judah, unto the utmost sea
Joel 2. 20 his hinder part toward the utmost sea
2. Latter end, furthest part, nnnx acharith.
Psa. 139. 9 dwell in the uttermost parts of the aea
3. End, cessation, D?x ephes.
Psa. 2. 8 uttermost parts of the earth . . thy posses.
UTTER 1019 UZZIEL
4. Winy, fjj^ kanaph,
Isa. 24. 16 From the uttermost part of the earth have
5.-End, extremity, | p gets.
Jer. 50. 26 Come against her from the utmost border
Q.End, extremity, .iyij qatsah.
i Ki. 6. 24 the uttermost part .. unto .. uttermost part
7. AW, extremity, n%$ qat-seh.
Num ii. i consumed . . in the uttermost parts of the
20. 16 Kadesh, a city in the uttermost of thy bo.
22. 36 border of Arnon, which (is) in the utmost
22. 41 he might see the utmost, .of the people
23. 13 Thou shalt see but the utmost part of th.
34. 3 your south border shall be the utmost co.
Deut 30. 4 be driven out unto the utmost . . of heaven
Josh. 1 5. i Zin southward (was) the uttermost part
15. 5 the sea at the uttermost part of Jordan
15. 21 the uttermost cities of the tribe of the ch.
1 Sa. 14. 2 Saul tarried in the uttermost part of Gib.
2 Ki. 7. 5 when they were come to the uttermost
7. 8 when these lepers came to the uttermost
Neh. i. 9 cast out unto the uttermost part of the
Isa. 7. 18 the fly that (is) in the uttermost part of
8. Extreme, outward, px p qitson.
Exod26. 4 shalt thou make in the uttermost edge of
36. ii likewise be made in the uttermost side of
36. 17 he made fifty loops upon the uppermost
9. End, extremity, ni? qetsath.
Psa. 65. 8 They also that dwell in the uttermost pa.
10. To cut off or asunder, ptjj qatsats.
Jer. 9. 26 all . . in the utmost corners, that dwell in
25. 23 and Buz, and all . . in the utmost corners
49. 32 I will scatter, .them. .in the utmost corn
11. Last, most distant, extreme, fffxaros eschatos.
Matt. 5. 26 come out.. till thou hast paid the utterm.
Acts i. 8 and unto the uttermost part of the earth
12. The things dmun to, TO. Kara ta kata.
Acts 24. 22 I will know the uttermost of your matter
13. Perfect, complete, iravrf\^s panteles.
Heb. 7. 25 to save them to the uttermost that come
14. Bound, limit, end, irepas peras.
Matt 1 2. 42 she came from the uttermost parts of the
Luke ii. 31 she came from the utmost parts of the
IS.JSnd, event, consequence, re\os telos.
i Th. 2. 16 wrath is come upon them to the utterm.
16. Point, extremity, &Kpov (ace.) akron.
Marki3. 27 the uttermost part, .to the uttermost part
UTTER, outer, utterly
1. To gather, fjOx asaph.
Zeph. 1.2! will utterly consume all. .from off the
2. Drought, heat, waste, destruction, 3yi choreb.
Eze. 29. 10 I will make the land of Egypt utterly wa.
3. To devote (to God or to destruction], Din charam, 5.
Deut. 7. 2 thou shalt smite them, .utterly destroy
20. 17 But thou shalt utterly destroy them
^.Complete, completely, S^3 kalil.
Isa. 2. 1 8 And the idols he shall utterly abolish
5. Might, very, exceedingly, txp meod.
Psa. 1 19. 8 I will keep thy statutes, .forsake, .not ut.
119. 43 take not the word of truth utterly out of
^.Corruption, destruction, rrn^D mashchith.
Eze. 9. 6 Slay utterly old (and) young, both maids
7. Baldness, nn-\$ qorchah.
Eze. 27. 31 they shall make themselves utterly bald
8. Wholly, d\ci>s holds.
i Co. 6. 7 there is utterly a fault among you, beca.
UTTER (abundantly), be uttered, to
1. To teach, f]Sx alaph, 3.
Job 15. 5 thy mouth uttereth thine iniquity, and
2.To say, nax amar.
Prov. i. 21 in the city she uttereth her words, (saying)
3. To speak, 137 dabar.
Mic. 7. 3 he uttereth his mischievous desire : so th.
4. To speak, "O^ dabar, 3.
Judg. 5. 12 Awake, awake, Deborah..uttera song, ar.
ii. ii Jephthah uttered all his words before the
Prov 23. 33 thine heart shall utter perverse things
Isa. 32. 6 to utter error against the LORD, to make
Jer. i. 16 I will utter my judgments against them
5. To meditate, mutter, utter, n:n hagah.
Job 27. 4 shall not speak, .nor my tongue utter de.
6. To meditate, utter, mutter, rnn hagah, Sa.
Isa. 59. 13 conceiving and uttering from the heart
7. To cause to go forth, xy; yatsa, 5.
Neh. 6. 19 Also they, .uttered my words to him
Job 8. 10 Shall not they, .utter words out of their
Prov 10. 18 and he that uttereth a slander, (is) a fool
29. ii A fool uttereth all his mind : but a wise
Keel. 5. 2 and let not thine heart be hasty to utter
Isa. 48. 20 tell this, utter it. .to the end of the earth
8.To speak, say, ^3 malal 3.
J > 33- 3 and my lips shall utter knowledge clearly
Psa. 106. 2 Who can utter the mighty acts of the Lo.
9. To use similitudes, W;p mashal.
Eze. 24. 3 utter a parable unto the rebellious house
10. To utter, send forth, belch out, J. 3} naba, 5.
Psa. 19. 2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and night
78. 2 I will open my mouth. . I will utter dark
94. 4 shall they utter (and) speak hard things?
119. 171 My lips shall utter praise, when thou h.
145. 7 They shall abundantly utter the memory
11. To cause to go before,bring forward,^ nagad,5.
Lev. 5. i if he do not utter (it), then he shall bear
Josh 2. 14 Our life for your s, if ye utter not this our
2. 20 if thou utter this our business, then we
Job 26. 4 To whom hast thou uttered words ? and
42. 3 therefore have I uttered that I understood
12. To give, jnj nathan.
2 Sa.22. 14 The LORD, .the Most High uttered his vo.
Psa. 46. 6 he uttered his voice, the earth melted
Prov. i . 20 Wisdom . . uttereth her voice in the streets
Jer. 10. 13 When he uttereth his voice . .a multitude
25. 30 and utter his voice from his holy habita.
48. 34 unto Jahaz, have they uttered their voice
51. 16 When he uttereth (his) voice, .a multitude
Joel 2. n the LORD shall utter his voice before his
3. 16 The LORD also shall., utter his voice from
Amos i. 2 The LORD will, .utter his voice from Jer.
Hab. 3. 10 the deep uttered his voice, .lifted up his
13. To be given, fn: nathan, 2.
Jer. 51.55 her waves . . a noise of their voice is uttered
14. To answer, respond, n:y. anah.
Job 15. 2 Should a wise man utter vain knowledge
15. To breathe forth, utter, ms puach, 5.
Prov 14. 5 will not lie . . a false witness will utter lies
16. To open, gape, free, utter, ny? patsah.
Psa. 66. 14 Which my lips have uttered, and my mo.
17. To give, SiSca/jLt didomi.
1 Co. 14. 9 except ye utter by the tongue words easy
18. To belch out, utter copiously, epeiryo/uoj ereugo.
Matt 13. 35 I will utter things which have been kept
19. To talk, \a\f<a laleo.
2 Co. 12. 4 which it is not lawful for a man to utter
Pev. 10. 3 whenhehad cried, seven thunders uttered
10. 4 when the seven thunders had uttered th.
10. 4 things which the seven thunders uttered
20. To lay out, say, \tyta lego.
Heb. 5. ii many things to say, and hard to be uttered
UTTER destruction, (to appoint to)
Any thing devoted, onn, D"in cherem.
i Ki.2o. 42 a man whom I appointed to utl
Zechi4. ii there shall be no more utter destruction
UTTERANCE
I.Tospeaksententiously, a.iro<t>6f yyo/j.ai apophtheff.
Acts 2. 4 speak . . as the spirit gave them utterance
2.A word, discourse, Xoyos logos.
1 Co. i. 5 ye are enriched by him, -in all utterance
2 Co. 8. 7 ; Eph. 6. 19; Col. 4. 3.
UTTERED, aught out of, (that which is)
Thing uttered wrongfully or rashly, xcprip mibta.
Num3o. 6 when she vowed, or uttered aught out of
30. 8 and that which she uttered with her lips
UTTERED, which cannot be
Unspeakable, unutterable, dAaArjros alaletos.
Rom. 8. 26 with groanings which cannot be uttered
UTTERLY
\.Tobeended, *]?o suph. Psa. 73. 19.
^..Desolation, ttty*? shemamah. Isa. 6. ii.
[See also Burn, cast down, consume, destroy, destroyed,
perish, slay, take.]
UZ, py firmness.
1. A son of Aram, son of Shem. B.C. 2200.
Gen. 10. 23 the children of Aram; U., and Hul, and
i Ch. 1. 17 sons of Shem. .U., and Hul, and Gother
2. A son of Dishon, of the family of Seir, and ancestor
of the Horim. B.C. 1700.
Gen. 36. 28 children of Dishan (are) these; U.,and A.
i Ch. i. 42 The sons of Dishan; U., and Aran
3. A region at the S. of Edom and W. of the great
Arabian desert which runs into Chaldea.
Job i. i There was a man in the land of U., whose
Jer. 25. 20 all the kings of the land of I"., and all the
Lam. 4. 21 O daughter of Edom, thatdwellest in..U.
U -ZAI, NN hoped for.
Father of Palal who repaired part of the wall of Jeru
salem. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 25 Palal the son of U., over against the tur-
U -ZAI, "?nX.
The sixth son of Jpktan, of the family of Shem, who
settled in S. Arabia, in Zanaa, where the kings of
Yemen dwelt. Conip. Eze. 27. 19. B.C. 2200.
Gen. 10. 27 And Hadoram, and U., and Diklah
1 Ch. i. 21 Hadoram also, and U., and Diklah
UZ -ZA, UZ -ZAH, x?i?, my strength.
1. A son of Abinadab who died for touching the ark.
B.C. 1042.
2 Sa. 6. 3 and U. and Ahio. .drave the new cart
6. 6 U. put forth (his hand) to the ark of God
6. 7 anger of the LORD was kindled against U.
6. 8 because the LORD .. made a breach upon U.
i Ch.i3. 7 and U. and Ahio drave the cart
1 Ch. 13. 9 U. put forth his hand to hold the ark
13. 10 anger of the LORD was kindled against U.
13. ii because the LORD, .made a breach upon U.
2. A person in whose garden Manasseh and Amon, kings
of Judah, were buried.
2 Ki. 2 1 . 1 8 Manasseh . . was buried . . in the garden . . U.
21. 26 buried in his sepulchre in. .gardn of U.
3. Son of Shimei, a Merarite.
i Ch. 6. 29 Libni his son, Shimei his son, U. his BOH
4. A Benjamin, brother of Alihud. B.C. 1400.
i Ch. 8. 7 he removed them, and begat U. and Ahu
5. Ancestor of a family of the Nethinim that returned
with Zerubbabel. B.C. 536.
Ezra 2. 49 children of U., the children of Paseah
Neh. 7. 51 children of U., the children of Phaseah
UZ-ZEN-SHE -RAH, rryyq jx point, top of Sherah.
A city in Ephraim, near the two Beth-horons; now
called Beit Sira.
i Ch. 7. 24 his daughter (was) Sherah, who built. .TJ.
UZ -ZI, ?;; Jah is strong.
1. A son of Bukki and father of Zerahiah, a descendant
of Phinehas grandson of Aaron. B.C. 1350.
i Ch. 6. 5 Abishua begat Bukki, and Bukki begat TJ.
6. 6 II. begat Zerahiah, and Zerahiah begat
6. 51 Bukki his son, U. his son, Zerahiah his so
Ezra 7. 4 The son of Zerahiah, the son of U., the
2. Grandson of Issachar, and father of Izrahiah. B.C.
1600.
i Ch. 7. 2 And the sons of Tola: U., and Rephaiah
7. 3 the sons of U.; Izrahiah: and the sons of
3. Son of Bela, son of Benjamin. B.C. 1600.
i Ch. 7. 7 sons of Bela ; Ezbon, and U., and Uzziel
4. Father of Elah, a Benjamite, whose descendants dwelt
in Jerusalem after the exile. B.C. 445.
i Ch. 9. 8 And Ibneiah. .and Elah the son of U.
5. An overseer of the Levites in Jerusalem after the
exile. B.C. 445.
Neh. ii. 22 The overseer also, .(was) U. the son of B.
6. A priest of the family of Jedaiah in the days of Joiakim,
grandson of Jozadah. B.C. 500.
Neh. 12. 19 And of Joiarib, Mattenai; of Jedaiah, U.
12. 42 U., and Jehohanan, and Malchijah, and
UZ-ZI -A, N;?^ Jah is strong.
An Ashterathite, one of David s valiant men. B.C.
1048.
1 Ch.ii. 44 U. the Ashterathite, Shama and Jehiel
UZ-Zf-AH, ,-ny
% , 1.1;^ Jah is strong.i
1. Son of Amaziah and father of Jotham, kings of Judah :
called also Azariah. B.C. 810-758.
2 Ki. 15. 13 in the nine and thirtieth year of U. king
15. 30 twentieth year of Jotham the son of U.
15. 32 began Jotham the son of U. king of Jud.
15. 34 he did according to all that. .17. had done
2 Ch.26. i Then all the people of Judah took TJ., who
26. 3 Sixteen years old (was) TJ. when he began
26. 8 the Ammonites gave gifts to U. : and his
26. 9 U. built towers in Jerusalem at the corner
26. ii Moreover TJ. had an host of fighting men
26. 14 U. prepared for them throughout all the
26. 18 And they withstood T". the king, and said
26. 18 (It appertaineth) not unto thee, TJ., to bu.
26. 19 Then U. was wroth, and (bad) a censer in
26. 21 TJ. . .was a leper unto the day of his death
26. 22 the rest of the acts of U. . .did Isaiah, .wr.
26. 23 TJ. slept with his fathers, and they buried
27. 2 according to all that his father U. did
Isa. i. i vision .. which he saw .. in the days of TJ.
6. i In the year that king TJ. died I saw also
7. i Ahaz the son of Jotham, the sou of TJ.
Hos. i. i in the days of U., Jotham, Ahaz, (and) H.
Amos i. i which he saw . . in the days of U. king of
Zech 14. 5 from, .the earthquake in the days of U.
2. Sou of Uriel, a Kohathite. B.C. noo.
i Ch. 6. 24 Tahath his son, Uriel his son, U. his son
3. Father of Jehonathan, keeper of the storehouses in
the days of David. B.C. 1060.
i Ch.27. 25 over the storehouses, .(was), .the son of U.
4. A priest that had taken a strange wife. B.C. 445.
Ezra 10. 21 Elijah, and Shemaiah, and Jehiel, andU.
5. Father of Athaiah who dwelt in Jerusalem after the
exile. B.C. 445.
Neh. ii. 4 Athaiah the son of U., the son of Zecha,
UZ-ZI -EL, Sx"?^
God is strong.
1. A son of Kohath, son of Levi. B.C. 1600.
Exod. 6. 18 And the sons of Kohath . . Hebron, and U.
6. 22 the sons of U. ; Mishael, and Elzaphan
Lev. 10. 4 Moses called, .the sons of U. the uncle of
Num. 3. 19 And the sons of Kohath. .Hebron, and T7.
3. 30 chief, .(shall be) Elizaphan the son of U.
i Ch. 6. 2, 18 sons of Kohath (were).. Hebron, and U.
15. 10 Of the sons of U. ; Amminadab the chief
23. 12 sons of Kobath. .Izhar, Hebron, and U.
23. 20 Of the sons of U. ; Micah the first, and J.
24. 24 the sons of U.; Michah: of the sons of M.
2. A Simeonite, son of Ishi, who with Pelatiah and Neariah
and Rephaiah and five hundred men went to Mount
Seir, and smote the Amalekites, and dwelt there. B.O.
7 Si
Ch. 4. 42 Neariah, and Rephaiah, and U., the sons
UZZIELITBS 1020 VALE
3. A son of Bela, son of Benjamin. B.C. 1600.
i Ch. 7. 7 the sons of Bela ; Ezbon, and Uzzi, and U.
4. A son of Heman, set by David over the service of song.
B.C. 1015.
1 Ch.25. 4 Mattaniah, U., Shebuel, and Jerimoth
6. A Levite who helped to cleanse the temple in the
days of Hezekiah. B.C. 724.
2 Ch.29- 14 the sons of Jeduthun ; Shemariah, and U.
6. Son of Hashaiah, a goldsmith who repaired part of
the wall of Jerusalem. B.C. 445.
Neh. 3. 8 Next unto him repaired U. the son of H.
UZZIELITES, "?N
H
y.
The family of Uzziel son of Kohath.
Num. 3. 27 of Kohath (was) . . the family of the U.
i Ch.ro. 23 the Izharites, the Hebronites, (and) the U.



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

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

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

      Pray for us, please!

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    *Cambridge Theological Seminary:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

      FACT! Likewise the word "Degree!"

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

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

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