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WAFER
1. A cake, nn Sjf tsappichiih.
Exodi6. 31 the taste of it. .like wafers, .with honey
2.T/tiH cake, wafer, p p-j raqiq.
Exod2g. 2 and wafers unleavened anointed with oil
29. 23 one wafer out of the basket of the unlea.
Lev. 2. 4 or unleavened wafers anointed with oil
7. 12 unleavened wafers anointed with oil, and
8. 26 took, .a cake of oiled bread, and one wafer
Num. 6. 15 wafers of unleavened bread anointed with
6. 19 the priest shall take, .one unleavened wa.
WAG, to
1. To cause to move, T: nud, 5.
Jer. 18. 16 one. .shall be astonished, and wag hishead
2. To cause to move, shake, yu nua, 5.
Lam. 2. 15 they hiss and wag the head at the daugh
Zeph. 2. 15 every one. .shall hiss, (and) wag his hand
3. To more, agitate, shake, Kivfw kineo.
Matt 27. 39 they, .reviled him, wagging their heads
Markis. 29 they, .railed on him, wagging their heads
WAGES, (without)
{..Hire, wages, rnsv D maskoreth.
Gen. 29. 15 said, .tell me, what (shall) thy wages (be)
31. 7 your father hath, .changed my wages ten
31. 41 and thou hast changed my wages ten tim
2.Gratis, in vain, for nought, c;n chinnam.
Jer. 22. 13 useth his neighbour s service without wa.
3. Work, wage, nty$ peullah.
Lev. 19. 13 the wages of him that is hired shall not
4. To hire self out, 137 sakar, 7.
Hag. i. 6 he that earneth wages, earneth wages (to
i. Hire, reward, wage, ~ob sakar.
Gen. 30. 28 Appoint me thy wages, and I will give (it)
31. 8 If he said . .The speckled shall be thy wag.
Exod. 2. Q nurse it for me, and I will give, .thy wag.
Eze. 29. 18 yet had he no wages, nor his army, for
29. 19 Egypt, .it shall be the wages for his army
Mai. 3. 5 that oppress the hireling in (his) wages
.Hire, reward, yuicrOos misthos.
John 4. 36 he that reapeth receiveth wages, and ga.
2 Pet. 2. 15 who loved the wages of unrighteousness
.A soldier s rations, allowance, o^iaviov opsonion.
Luke 3. 14 And he said, .be content with your wag.
Rom. 6. 23 the wages of sin (is) death ; but the gift
2 Co. n. 81 robbed other churches, taking wages
WAGON
. Wagon, cart, chariot, rfay. agalah.
Gen. 45. 19 take you wagons out of the land of Egypt
45. 21 Joseph gave them wagons, according to
45. 27 when he saw the wagons which Joseph
. 46. 5 in the wagons which Pharaoh had sent to
Num. 7. 3 six covered wagons . . a wagon for two of
7. 6 Moses took the wagons and the oxen, and
7. 7, 8 wagons and . . oxen he gave unto the sons
. Rider, chariot, 32T rekeb.
Eze. 23. 24 come, .with chariots, wagons, and wheels
WAIL, wailing, to
.A smiting or beating of the breast, 1999 misped.
Esth. 4. 3 great mourning, .and weeping, and wail.
Eze. 27. 31 with bitterness of heart .. bitter wailing Amos 5. 1 6 Wailing, .and they shall call, .to wailing
5. 17 in all vineyards, .wailing: for I will pass
Mic. i. 8 I will make a wailing like the dragons, and
2. Wailing, aj noah.
Eze. 7. 1 1 neither (shall there be) wailing for them
3. To wail, nnj na/uih.
Eze. 32. 18 Son of man, wail for the multitude of Eg.
4.A wailing, nj nehi.
Jer. 9. 10 For the mountains will I take up. .waili.
9. 18 let them make haste, and take up a waiL
9. 19 Fora voiceof wailing to heard out of Zion
9. 20 teach your daughters wailing, and every
5. Wailing, i ni.
Eze. 27. 32 in their wailing they shall take up a lam.
6. To smite or beat the breast, 155 saphad.
Mic. i. 8 I will wail and howl, I will go stripped
7. To cry aloud, yell, a\a\afa alalazS.
Mark 5. 38 seeth. .them that wept and wailed greatly
8. Wailing, lamentation, /cAat/fyuoy klauthmos.
Matt 13. 42, 50 shall be wailing and gnashingof teeth
9. To cut, smite or beat the breast. Koirro/jiat koptomai.
Rev. i. 7 all kindreds of the earth shall wail beca.
10. To sorrow, mourn, grieve, irevQtia pent/ieo.
Rev.iS. 15 shall stand afar off. .weeping and wailing
1 8. 19 and cried, weeping and wailing, saying
WAIT at, for, on. upon, continually, to -
I. Silence, n;a,i dumlyyah.
Psa. 62. i Truly my soul waiteth upon God: from
65. i Praise waiteth for thee, O God, in
2. To be silent, cease, stand still, DSI damam.
Psa. 62. 5 My soul, wait thou only "upon God, for
3. To wait earnestly, n:n chakah.
Isa. 30. 18 blessed (are) all they that wait for him
4. To wait earnestly, ren chakah, 3.
Job 32. 4 Now Klihu had waited till Job had spoken
Psa. 33. 20 Our soul waiteth for the LORD: he (is)our
106. 13 They soon forgat his works; they waited
Isa. 8. 17 I will wait upon the LORD, that hideth his
30. 1 8 therefore will the LORD wait, that he may
64. 4 he hath prepared for him that waiteth
Ban. I2 . 12 Blessed (is) he that waiteth, and cometh
Hos. 6. 9 And as troops of robbers wait for a man
Hab. 2. 3 though it tarry, wait for it; because it will
Zeph. 3. 8 Therefore wait ye upon me, saith the Lo.
5. At the hand of, T^ le-yad.
1 Ch. 23. 28 their office (was) to wait on the sons of A.
6. To wait with hope, stay, W yaclwd, 2.
Eze. 19. 5 Now when she saw that she had waited
7.To(make to}wait with hope, Sir yachal, 3.
Job 14. 14 the days of my appointed time will I wait
29. 21 gave ear, and waited, and kept silence at
29. 23 they waited for meas for the rain, and th.
30. 20 when I waited for light, there came dark.
Psa. 69. 3 mine eyes fail while I wait for my God
Isa. 42. 4 He shall not fail, .isles shall wait for his
Mic. 5. 7 tarrieth not .. nor waiteth for the sons of
8. To(cause to}wait with hope, Sn; yachal, 5.
2 Ki. 6. 33 what should I wait for the LORD any Ion
Job 32. ii I waited for your words; I gave ear to yo.
32. if \Vhen I had waited, for they spake not
Mic. 7. 7 I will wait for the God of my salvation
9. To stand still or fast, njj; amad.
i Ki.2o. 38 So the prophet departed, and waited for
1 Ch. 6. 32 they waited on their office according to
6. 33 these (are) they that waited with their ch.
2 Ch. 7. 6 And the priests waited on their offices
Neh. 12. 44 Judah rejoiced, .for the Levites that wa.
10. To serve the host, x^y tsaba.
Num. 8. 24 they shall go in to wait upon the service
11. The service of the host, N?> tsaba.
Num. 8. 25 they shall cease waiting upon the service
12. To watch, look out, nsy tsaphah.
Job 15. 22 He believeth not that, .he is waited for of
13. To wait, expect, look for, hope, njjj qavah.
Psa. 25. 3 Yea, let none that wait on thee be asha.
37. 9 those that wait upon the LORD, they shall
69. 6 Let not them that wait on thee, O Lord
Isa. 40. 31 they that wait upon the LORD shall renew
49. 23 they shall not be ashamed that wait for
Lam. 3. 25 The LORD (is) good unto them tha* ait
14. To wait, expect, rry$qarah, 3.
Gen. 49. 1 8 I have waited for thy salvation, O LORD
Job 6. 19 the companies of Sheba waited for them
17. 13 If I wait, the grave (is) mine house, I have
Psa. 25. 5 Lead me . . on thee do I wait all the day
25. 21 Let integrity . . preserve me ; for I wait on
27. 14 Wait on the LORD, .wait, I say, on the
37. 34 Wait on the LORD, and keep his way, and
39. 7 now, Lord, what wait I for . my hope (is)
40. i I waited patiently for the Lord ; and he
52. 9 I will wait on thy name ; for (it is) good
56. 6 they mark my steps, when they wait for
119. 95 The wicked have waited for me to destroy
130. 5 I wait for the LORD, my soul doth wait, and
Prov. 20. 22 wait on the LORD, and he shall save thee
Isa. 25. 9 we have waited for him .. we have waited
26. 8 Yea, in the way. .have we waited for thee
33. 2 be gracious unto us ; we have waited for
WAIT
Isa. 51. 5 isles shall wait upon me, and on mine arm
59. 9 we wait for light, but behold obscurity
60. 9 Surely the isles shall wait for me, and the
Jer. 14. 22 we will wait upon thee ; for thou hast in.
Hos. 12. 6 keep mercy and judgment, and wait on
15. To hope, wait, look for, -$p sabar, 3.
Psa. 104. 27 These wait all upon thee, that thou may.
145- is The eyes of all wait upon thee : and thou
16. To observe, watch, take heed, na^ shamar.
Num. 3. 10 and they shall wait on their priest s office
zCh. 5. ii for all the priests, .did not. .wait by cour.
Job 24. 15 the eye also of the adulterer waiteth for
Psa. 59. 9 (Because of) his strength will I wait upon
Prov. 8. 34 watching daily at my gates, waiting at
27. 18 he that waiteth on his master shall be h.
Zech. 1 1. ii the poor of the flock that waited upon me
17.To serve, minister, rn-f sharath, 3.
2 Ch. 17. 19 These waited on the king, beside (those)
18. To remain up or back, ava/j.fvu anameno.
i Th. i. 10 to wait for his Son from heaven,
19. To wait longfor, expect earnestly, aire/cSfYojuaj.
Ki mi. 8. 19 waiteth for the manifestation of the sons
8. 23 waiting for the adoption, .the redemption
8. 25 But if we hope . . we with patience wait for
i Co. i. 7 waiting for the coniing of our Lord Jesus
Gal. 5. 5 we through the spirit wait for the hope of
20. To wait long, expect earnestly, ^/c5exoMat ekdec.
John 5. 3 lay. .[waiting for the moving of the wat.]
Acts 17. 1 6 Now while Paul waited for them at Ath.
Jas. 5. 7 the husbandman waiteth for the precious
i Pe. 3. 20 [when once the long suffering] of God [wa.]
21. To remain around, irfpi/j.fvuperimeno.
Acts i. 4 but wait for the promise of the Father
22. To wait on or towards, irpoaSt yo^ot prosdecho.
Markij. 43 which also waited for the kingdomof God
Luke 2. 25 man. .waiting for the consolation of Isr.
12. 36 ye yourselves like unto men that wait for
23. 51 who also himself waited for the kingdom
23. To look to or toward, Trpo<r8o/caa> prosdokao.
Luke i. 21 the people waited for Zacharias, and ma.
8. 40 received him : for they were all waiting
Acts 10. 24 Cornelius waited for them, and had called
24. To sit by or near, attend to or on, irpocrsSpeuoi.
i Co. 9. 13 they which [wait at] the altar are partak.
25. To persevere on, irpotrKaprfpfu proskartered.
AFark 3. 9 that a small ship should wait on him, be.
Acts 10. 7 a devout soldier of them that waited on
WAIT carefully, patiently, quietly, to
1. Silently, can dumam.
Lam. 3. 26 should both hope and quietly wait for the
2. To stay, vn, ^n chul, chil.
Mic. i. 12 the inhabitant of Maroth waited carefully
3. To stay self, V n, ^n chul, chil, 7a.
Psa. 37. 7 Rest in the LORD, and wait patiently for
[See also Patient.]
WATT, (lying in, that lay)
].A lying in wait, :PN ereb.
Job 38. 40 Whenthey, .abide in the covert to lie in w.
2. A lying in wait, antbush,^t< oreb.
Jer. 9. 8 peaceably, .but iu heart he layeth his wa.
3. .4 lying in wait, (men or place"), 3~^2 maarab.
Judg. 9. 35 Abimelech rose up. .from lying in wait
4. To observe, watch, iay shamar.
Psa. 71. 10 they that lay wait for my soul take coun.
[See also Lay, laying, lie in, lier in, liers, lying, lying
in]
WAKE (up, -waken, be wakened), to
1. To awake or stir up, ~ny ur.
Song 5. 2 I sleep, but my heart waketh. .the voice
2. To be awaked or roused up, iiy ur, 2.
Joel 3. 12 Let the heathen be wakened, and come
Zech. 4. i as a man that is wakened out of his sleep
3. To awake up, ~ny ur, 5.
Isa. 50. 4 he wakeneth. .he wakeneth mine ear to
Joel 3. 9 Prepare war, wake up the mighty men
Zech. 4. i the angel, .came again, and waked me, as
4. To awake, rise, be early, pp quts, 5.
Jer. 51. 39, 57 sleep a perpetual sleep, and not wake
f>. Watches, eye lids, nnap* shemuroth.
Psa. 77, 4 Thou boldest mine eyes waking: I am so
G. To wo.tch, "W shaqad.
Psa. 127. i except the LORD keep, .the watchman wa.
7. To be vigilant, wakeful, ypriyoptce gregoreS.
i Th. 5. 10 Who died for us, that, whether we wake
Y7ALK
1..-1 going, company, np ^ri halikah.
Nah. 2. 5 they shall stumble in their walk ; they
2. A walk, journey, "^qip mahalak.
Eze. 42. 4 before the chambers (was) a walk of tencu.
WALK (about, in, orderly, through , uprightly), to
J.To go on the way, tread, Tpi darak.
Hab. 3. 15 Thou didst walk through the sea with th.
2. To go on, -^rr halak. <
Gen. 24. 65 What mini (is) this that walketh in the fl.
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Exod. 2. 5 maidens walked along by the river s side
14. 29 the children of Israel walked upon dry-
Lev. 26. 23 if ye will not be reformed, .but will walk
26. 24 Then will I also walk contrary unto you
26. 27 if ye will not. .hearken unto me, but walk
26. 28 Then I will walk contrary unto you also
26. 40 confess, .they have walked contrary unto
Dent. o. 19 if thou. .walk after other gods, and serve
28. 9 if thou shall keep, .and walk in his ways
Josh. 5. 6 the children of Israel walked forty years
Judg 2. 17 out of the way. .their fathers walked in
5. 10 Speak, .ye that sit in judgment, and walk
t .Sa. 8. 3 his sons walked not in his ways, but tur.
8. 5 thou art old, and thy sons walk not in thy
2 Sa. 2. 29 walked all that night through the plain
1 Ki. 2. 42 on the day. .thou walkest abroad anywh.
3. 6 according as he walked before thee in tr.
3. 14 in my ways., as thy father David did walk
8. 23 that walk before thee with all their heart
8. 25 before me as thou hast walked before me
9. 4 if thou wilt . . as David thy father walked
ii. 33 Because that they, .have not walkedin my
n. 38 if thou wilt hearken unto, .and wilt walk
2 Ki. 13. 6 departed not from the sins, .(but) walked
13. ii he departed not. .(but) he walked therein
ci.21 in all the way that his father walked in
21. 22 and walked not in the way of the LORD
1 Ch.i7. 8 with thee whithersoever thou hast walked
2 Ch. 6. 14 that walk before thee with all their heart
6. 16 in my law, as thou hast walked before me
7. 17 if thou wilt, .as David thy father walked
ii. 17 for three years they walked in the way of
17. 3 he walked in the first ways of his father
17. 4 walked in his commandments, and notaf.
21.12 Because thou hast not walked in the ways
22. 3 He also walked in the ways of the house
22. 5 He walked also after their counsel, and
Job 31. 5 If I have walked with vanity, or if my foot
31. 7 If . .mine heart walked after mine eyes
31. 26 If I beheld . .the moon walking (in) brig.
Psa. i. i Blessed (is) the man that walketh not in
15. 2 He that walketh uprightly, and worketh
26. i Judge me. .for I have walked in mine in.
73. 9 their tongue walketh through the earth
84. ii will he withhold from them that walk, up
91. 6 for the pestilence (that) walketh in dark.
:oi. 6 he that walketh in a perfect way, he shall
119. i unsettled, .who walk in the law of the L.
1 19. 3 They also do no iniquity : they walk in his
128. i that feareth the LORD : that walketh iu
Prov. 2. 7 (he is) a bucklar to them that walk upri.
6. 12 A naughty person, a wicked man, walketh
10. 9 He that walketh uprightly, .he that perv.
13. 20 He that walketh with wise (men) shall be
14. 2 He that walketh in his uprightness fear.
19. i Better (is) the poor that walketh in his
28. 6 Better (is) the poor that walketh in his up.
28. 1 8 Whoso walketh uprightly shall be saved
28. 26 whoso walketh wisely, he shall be deliv.
Eccl. 2. 14 the fool walketh in darkness : and I my.
6. 8 what hath the poor, thai knoweth to walk
10. 3 when he that is a fool walketh by the way
10. 7 I have seen, .princes walking as servants
Isa. 3.
16 walkingandmincing(as)theygo, andmak.
2 The people that walked in darkness have
2 And he did so, walking naked and baref
3 Like asmy servant Isaiah hathjwalked na.
2 That walk to go down into Egypt, and ha.
15 He that walketh righteously, and speake.
9 No lion shall be. .the redeemed shall walk
5 that giveth. .spirit to them that walk th.
24 they would not walk in his ways, neither
10 that walketh (in) darkness, and hath no
2 they shall rest. . walking (in) his uprightn.
2 a rebellious people, which walketh in a w.
8 and walked after (things that) do not pr.
28 They (are) all grievous revolters ; walking
9 Will ye. .walk after other gods whom ye
23 walk ye in all the ways that I havecomm
2 the host . . after whom they have walked
4 every neighbour will walk with slanders
13 have not obeyed myjvoice neither walked
23 not in man that walketh to direct his ste.
10 which walk in the imagination of their he.
12 ye walk every one after the imagination
14 prophets, .commit adultery, and walk in
1 7 they say unto every one that walketh after
23 they obeyed not thy voice, neither walked
10 neither have they feared, nor walked in
23 nor walked in his law, nor in his statutes
6 my statutes, they have not walked in th.
7 have not walked in my statutes, neither
12 ye have not walked in my statutes, neit.
21 whose heart walketh after the heart of
47 Yet hast thou not walked after their ways
17 hath executed myjudgments, hath walked
13 they walked not in my statutes, and they
16 Because they, .walked nofrin my statutes
21 they walkednotinmy statutes, neitherke.
31 Thou hast walked in the way of thy sister
15 give again that he hath robbed, walk in
11 he willingly walked after the commandni.
4 after the which their fathers have walked
7 my words do good to him that walketh up.
1 1 If a man walking in the spirit and false!).
1 1 where the lion, (even) the.old lion, walked
17 that they shall walk like blind men, bee.
6 he walked with me in peace and equity
4 that we have walked mournfully before
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WALK
Psa. 81.130 that. .Israel had walked in my ways
86. ii I will walk in thy truth : unite my he;irt
89. 15 they shall walk., in the light of thy cou; it.
115. 7 feet have they, but they walk not, neither
142. 3 In the way wherein I walked have they
Eccl. 4. 15 I considered all the living which walk tin.
ii. 9 walk in the ways of thine heart, and in
Isa. 59. 9 for brightness, (but) we walk in darkne s
Lam. 5. 1 8 which is desolate, the foxes walk upon it
Eze. 18. 9 Hath walked in my statutes, and hath k.
Psa. 104. 3 who walketh upon the wings of the
4. To 170 on, nSq halak, 3.
Dan. 4. 29 walked in the palace of the kingdom of Ba.
C.To cause to go on,
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prr halak, 5.
Dan. 3. 25 walking in the midst of the fire, and they
4. 37 those that walk in pride he is able to abase
C..To rjo o?!, ~S; yalak.
Exodi6. 4 whether they will walk in my law, or no
1 8. 20 show them the way wherein they must w.
Lev. 1 8. 3 neither shall ye walk in their ordinances
18. 4 keep mine ordinances, to walk therein
20. ?j ye shall not walk in the manners of the
26. 3 If ye walk in my statutes, and keep my
26. 21 if ye walk contrary unto me, and will not
26. 41 I also have walked contrary unto them
Boat. 2. 7 he knoweth thy walking through this gr.
5. 33 Ye shall walk in all the ways which the
6. 7 when thou walkest by the way, and when.
8. 6 Keep, .to walk in his ways, and to fear
10. 12 but to fear the LORD thy God, to walk in
ii. 19 speaking of them, .when thou walkest by
ii. 22 to walk in all his ways, and tocleaveunto
13. 4 Ye shall walk after the LORD your God
13. 5 which, .thy God commanded thee to walk
19. 9 to love the LORD thy God, and to walk
26. 17 to be thy God, and to walk in his ways
29. 19 though I walk in the imagination of mine
30. 16 to walk in his ways, and to keep his com.
Josh. 22. 5 to walk m all his ways, and to keep his c.
Jn<lg. 2. 22 they will keep the way of the LORD to wa.
5. 6 the travellers walked through byways
ii. 16 Israel, .walked through the wilderness
i Ki. 2. 3 to walk in his ways, to keep his statutes
2. 4 to walk before me in truth with all their
3. 3 walking in the statutes of David his father
3. 14 if thou wilt walk in my ways, to keep my
6. 12 if thou will walk in my statutes, .to walk
8. 25 take heed to their way, that they walk be.
8. 36 the good way wherein they should walk
8. 58 may incline pur hearts unto him, to walk
8. 61 to walk in his statutes, and to keep his e.
9. 4 if thou wilt walk before me, as David thy
15. 3 he walkedin all the sinsof his father, wh.
15. 26, 34 walked in the way of. .and in his sin
1 6. 2 thou hast walked in the way of Jeroboam
16. 19 sins, .in walking in the way of Jeroboam
1 6. 26 he walked in all the way of Jeroboam
16. 31 to walk in the sins of Jeroboam the son
22. 43 he walked in all the ways of Asa his fath.
22. 52 walked in the way of his father, and in
Ki. 4. 35 he returned, and walked in the house to
8. 18 he walked in the way of the kings of Isr.
8. 27 he walked in the way of the house of Ah.
10. 31 Jehu took no heed to walk in the law of
1 6. 3 he walked in the way of the kings of Israel
17. 8 walked in the statutes of the heathen, wh.
17. 19 walked in the statutes of Israel which th.
17. 22 the children of Israel walked in all the
21. 21 he walked in all the way that his father
22. 2 walked in all the way of David his father
23. 3 to walk after the LORD, and to keep his
Ch. 6. 16 take heed to their way, to walk in my law
6. 27 the good way wherein they should walk
6. 31 to walk in thy ways, so long as they live
7. 17 if thou wilt walk before me, as David thy
20. 32 he walked in the way of Asa his father
21. 6 he walked in the way of the kings of Isr.
21.13 hast walked in the way of the kings of Is.
28. 2 he walked in the ways of the kings of Is.
34. 2 walked in the ways of David his father
34. 31 to walk after the LORD, and to keep his
JCeh. 5. 9 ought ye not to walk in the fear of our
10. 29 to walk in God s law, which was given by-
Job 29. 3 When . .by his light I walked (through)
34. 8 Which goeth . . and walketh with wicked
Pa. 23. 4 though I walk through the valley of the
26. ii But as for me, I will walk in mine integ.
7 8 10 They kept not. . and refused to walk in
I gave them up. .they walked injtheirown
143 8 cause me o no . .
Pi\.v i is My son, walk not thou in the way with
2 13 Who leave, .to walk in the ways of dark.
2. 20 That thou mayest walk in the way
3 23 Then shalt thou walk in thy way safely
10. 9 walketh surely; but he that perverteth
15. 21 a man of understanding walketh uprigh.
2 3 he will teach us . . and we will walk in hi*
2 5 come, .let us walk in the light of the L<>.
3. 16 walk with stretched forth necks, and wa.
Isa.
3. To go on, T&n halak, 3.
Psa. 55. 14 walked unto the house of God in company
Jer.
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8. 1 1 that I should not) walk in the way of this
30. 21 This (is) the way, walk ye in it, when ye
40. 31 they that wait . . shall walk, and not faint
43. 2 when thou walkest though the fire, thou
50. ii walk in the light of your fire, and in the
2. 5 that they, .have walked after vanity, and
3. 17 neither shall they walk any more after the
3. 18 In those days the house of Judah shall w.
6. 1 6 walk therein. .But they said, We will nob
WALK
Jer. 6. 25 Go not forth into the field, nor walk by
7. 6 neither walk after other gods to your hurt
7. 24 walked in the counsels, .in the imaginat.
9. 14 have walked after the imagination of
ii. 8 walked every one in the imagination of
13. 10 and walk after other gods, to serve them
16. ii have walked after other gods, and have
18. 12 we will walk after our own devices, and
18. 15 they have caused them to stumble, .to wa
26. 4 If ye will not hearken to me, to walk
42. 3 show us the way wherein we may walk, and
Eze. ii. 20 That they may walk in my statutes, and
20. 18 Walk ye not in the statutes of your fathers
20. 19 walk in my statutes, and keep my judgm.
36. 27 I will, .cause you to walk in my statutes
37. 24 they shall also walk in my judgments
Dan. 9. 10 to walk in his laws which he set before us
Hos. ii. 10 They shall walk after the LORD: he shall
14. 9 the just shall walk in them : but the tran
Joel 2. 8 they shall walk every one in his path and Amos 3. 3 Can two walk together, except they be a
Mic. 4. 2 we will walk in his paths : for the law sh
4. 5 all people will walk..and we will walk in
6. 8 require of thee. .but . . to walk humbly with
6. 16 ye walk in their counsels ; that I should
Zech. 3. 7 If thou wilt walk in my ways, and if thou
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7. To be or go round about, 239 sdbab.
Psa. 48. 12 Walk about Zion, and go round about her
8. To walkabout among, t/nwepnraTfu emperipateo
2 Co. 6. 16 hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk
9. To come or go through, Stepxo^ai dierchomai.
Matt 12. 43 he walketh through Luken. dryplaces, seekingre 24 he walketh through dry places, seekingre.
10. To step rightly, bpQoiroSiu orthopoded.
Gal. 2. 14 whenjl saw that they walked not uprightly
11. To walk around, irtpnra.Tf(a peripateo.
Matt. 4 . 18 Jesus, walking by the sea of Galilee saw
9- 5 whether is easier..tosay, Arise, and walk?
n. 5 the lame walk, the lepers arecleansed, and
14- 25 Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea
14- 26 when the disciples saw him walking on the
14- 29 Peter.. walked on the water, to go to Jesus
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2. 9 Arise, and take up thy bed and walk?
5. 42 straightway the damsel arose, and walked
6. 48 cometh unto them, walking upon the sea
49 when the/saw him walking upon the sea
7- 5 Why walk not thy disciples according to
8. 24 looked.. and said, I see men as trees walk
ii. 27 as he was walking in the temple, there co
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7. 22 tell..how that the blind see, the lame wa"
ii. 44 the men that walk over., are not aware
20. 46 scribes, which desire to walk in long robes
24. 17 these that ye have..as ye walk, and are s ? John i. 36 looking upon Jesus as he walked, he saith
5. 8 Jesus saith.. Rise, take up thy bed and w
5. 9 immediately, .took up his bed, and walked
5. ii the same said. .Take up thy bed, and walk
5. 12 What man .said.. Take up thy bed, and w ?
6. 19 they see Jesus walking on the sea, anddr
6. 66 went back, and walked no more with him
7. i walked in Galilee : for he would not walk
8. 12 he that followeth me shall not walk in da
10. 23 Jesus walked in the temple, in Solomon s
11. 9 If any man walk in the day, he stumbleth n. 10 if any man walk in the night, he stumbleth
11. S4 Jesus therefore walked no more openly 12. 35 Walk while ye have the light, lestdaricn
12. 35 he that walketh in darkness knowethnot
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3- 9 all the people saw him walking and prais
3 12 as though .we had made this man to wa ?
14. 8 sat a certain man..who never had walked
14- 10 Stand upright.Andhe leaped and walked
21. 21 ought not to circumcise, neither to walk
6. 4 so we also should walk in newness of life
8. [i], 4 who wa k not after the flesh, but after
13- 13 Let us walk honestly, as in the day not
14. 15 gneved..now walkest thou not charitably 1 Co. 3. 3 For., are ye not carnal, and walk as men?
7-17 as the Lord hath called so let him walk 2 Co. 4 . 2 not walking in craftiness, nor handlin"
5- 7 For we walk by faith, not by sight
10. 2 think, .as if we walked according to the fl
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4- i I., beseech you that ye walk worthy of the
4- 17 henceforth walk not as other Gentiles walk
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2 Ih. 3. 1 1 there are some which walk among you di n. 5. 8 as a roaring lion, walketh about, seokin^
1 Jo. i. 6 If we say. .and walk in darkness, we lie
1. 7 if we walk in the light, as he is in the UK 2. 6 ought . . also so to walk, even as he walked
2. ii walketh in darkness, and knoweth not wh
2 John 4 that I found of thy children walking in
6 this is love, that we walk after his comin
6 That, as ye have heard, .ye should walk
3 J onn 3 truth . . even as thou walkest in the truth
4 than to hear that my children walk in tr
Kev. 2 i who walketh in the midst of the seven
3. 4 they shall walk with me in white: for th
9. 20 which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk
16. 15 lest he walk naked, and they see his sha
21. 24 nations, .saved shall walk in the light of
12. To pass over or through, iropf^at poreuomai. Luke i. 6 walking in all the commandments and or.
13. 33 1 must walk to day, antlto morrow, and the
Acts 9. 31 walking in the fear of the Lord, and in the
14- 16 suffered all nations to walk in their own
1 Pe. 4. 3 when we walked in lasciviousness, lusts
2 Pe. 2. 10 chiefly them that walk after the flesh in
3. 3 there shall come .. scoffers, walking after Jude 16 complainers, walking after their own lusts
1 8 who should walk after their own ungodly
13. To walk, proceed or step in order, <rroiYe a> sto.
Acts 21. 24 thou thyself also walkest orderly, and ke.
Jttom. 4. 12 who also walk in the steps of that faith
uai. 5. 25 If we live in the spirit, let us also walk
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MI. 3. 1 6 let us walk by the same rule, let us mind
WALK abroad, on, to and fro, up and down, to
To go on habitually or up and doum, -jVn halak 7.
Gen. 3. 8 walking in the garden in the "cool of the
5. 22 Enoch walked with God after he begat
5. 24 Enoch walked with God: and he (was) not
6. 9 Noah was a just man . . Noah walked with
13- 17 walk through the land, in the length of
17- i said . . walk before me, and be thou perf
24. 40 LORD, before whom I walk, will send his
48. 15 God, before whom my fathers, .did walk
Exod2i. 19 If he rise again, and walk abroad upon Lev 26. 12 I will walk among you, and will be your
Beut23. 14 the LORD thy God walketh in the midst
Josh. j8. 8 Go and walk through the land, and descr.
1 ba. 2. 30 thy house, .should walk before me for ever
2. 35 he shall walk before mine anointed for e.
12. 2 the king walketh before you . . I have v*a
2 ha. 7. 6 have walked in a tent and in a tabernacle
y. 7 In all (the places) wherein I have wall) ed
ii. 2 walked upon the roof of the king s hoi>s<
2 Ki.20. 3 remember now how I have walked befor
i en. 1 7. 6 Wheresoever I have walked with all Israe
Estn. 2. ii Mordecai walked every day before the ce Job i. 7 From going, .and from walking up and
2. 2 From going, .and from walking up and
1 8. 8 he is cast, .and he walketh upon a snare
22. 14 and he walketh in the circuit of heaven
38. 16 hast thou walked in the search of the de.
Psa. 12. 8 The wicked walk on every side, when the
26. 3 (is) before mine eyes; and I have walked
39. 6 Surely every man walketh in a vain show
56. 13 that I may walk before God in the light
82. 5 neither will they understand; they walk
101. 2 I will walk within my house with a perf
116. 9 I will walk before the LORD in the land
119. 45 I will walk at liberty: for I seek thy pre. Prov 20. 7 The just . walketh in his integrity: his ch.
Isa. 38. 3 how I have walked before thee in truth Eze 28. 14 thou hast walked up and down in the mi.
Zech. 1. 10 sent to walk to and fro through the earth
i. n We have walked to and fro through the
6. 7 they might walk to and fro through the
6. 7 Get you hence, walk to and fro through 6. 7 they walked to and fro through the earth
10. 12 they shall walk up and down in his name
WALK, to cause or make to
l.To cause to tread, ^ darak, 5
Hab. 3 . 19 he will make me to walk upon mine high
2. To cause to go on, -j^; yalak, 5.
Eze. 36. 12 Yea I will cause men to walk upon you r. 31. 9 I will cause them to walk by the rivers
WALK, places to
To cause to go on, ^n halak, 5.
Zech. 3 . 7 I will give, .places to walk among these
WALL (walled up, to be)
l.A wall, N}1!PN ushsharna.
Ezra 5 . 3 hath commanded, .to make up this wall?
5- 9 commanded you. .to make up these walls?
2. To cut off, fence, TSJS batsar. Xum 13. 28 and the cities (are) walled, (and) verygr. Ueut. i. 28 the cities (are) great and walled up to h.
3.A wall, hedge, TIJ gader. Xum 22. 24 a wali. .on this side, and a wall on that si Ezra 9. 9 to give us a wall in Judah and in Jerusa
Isa. 5 . 5 break down the wall thereof, and it shall
ze. 42. 7 the wall that (was) without over against Hos. 2 . 6 make a wall, that she shall not find her p lie . 7.11 the day that thy walls are to be built .. that
4. Wall, hedge, "m geder.
Prov 24. 3I the stone wall thereof was broken down Eze. 42. 10 m the thickness of the wall of the court
5. Wall, hedge, .rnj gederah.
Eze. 42. 12 the way directly before the wall toward
6. Bulwark, ^ n, Vn chel.
i Ki. 21. 23 dogs shall eat Jezebel by the wall of Jez.
sa.i22. 7 Peace be within thy walls, .prosperity w.
7. Outside, a wall, f?n chayits.
Eze. 13. 10 one buiit up a wall, and, lo, others daub.
3.A wall, enclosure, npVi chomah.
Kxodi4 . 22, 29 the waters (were) a wall unto them on
i-ev. 25. 29 if a man sell a dwelling house in a walled
25. 30 the house that (is) in the walled city shall
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3- 5 these cities (were) fenced with high walls
28. 52 until thy high and fenced walls come do Josh. 2. 15 the town wall, and she dwelt upon the w
6. 5 the wall of the city shall fall down flat, and
6. 20 the wall fell down flat, so that the people 1 Sa. 25. 16 They were a wall unto us, both by niglit
3 1 . i o they fastened his body to the wall of Beth
3 - 2 took the body . .from the wall of Beth-sh 2 Ba. ii. 20 knew ye not that they, .shoot from the w ?
ii. 21 did not awoman cast, .from the wall, that
ii. 21 why wentye nigh the wall? then say thou
ii. 24 the shooters shot from off the wall upon 1 8. 24 to the roof over the gate unto the wall
20. 15 all. .battered the wall, to throw it down
20. 21 head shall be thrown to thee over the wall
1 Jti. 3. i and the wall of Jerusalem round about
4- 13 threescore great cities with walls and br
9. 15 to build, .the wall of Jerusalem, and Ha
20. 30 a wall fell upon twenty and seven thous
2 Ji:. 3.27 offered him . . a burnt offering upon the w
6. 26 as the king, .was passing by upon the wall
6. 30 he passed by upon the wall, and the peo
14- 13 Vrake d wn the wall of Jerusalem from
1 8. 26 in the ears of the people that, .on the wall
18. 27 sent me. .to the men which sit on the wall
25. 4 by the way of the gate between two walls
25. 10 brake down the walls of Jerusalem round
i n. 8. 5 fenced cities, with walls, gates, and bars
14. 7 Let us build these cities, and make, walls
25. 23 brake down the wa 1 of Jerusalem from
26. 6 wall of Gath. . wall of Jabneh. .wall of As
27. 3 and on the wall of Ophel e built much
32. 5 built up all the wall that was broken, and
32. 5 and another wall without, and repaired
32. 18 people of Jerusalem that (were)on the wall
33. 14 after this he built a wall without the city
36. 19 brake down the wall of Jerusalem, and
Neh. i. 3 the wall of Jerusalem also (is) broken do
2. 8 for the wall of the city, and for the house
2. 13 went out. .and viewed the walls of Jerus.
2. 15 Then went I up. .and viewed the wall, and
2. 17 let us build up the wall of Jerusalem, that
3. 8 they fortified Jerusalem unto the broad w.
3. 13 a thousand cubits on the wall unto the
3. 15 the wall of the pool of Siloah by the king s
3. 27 another piece, .even unto the wall of Op
4. i when Sanballat heard, .we builded the w
4. 3 a fox.. shall. .break down their stone wall
4. 6 So built we the wall ; and all the wall was
4. 7 heard that the walls of Jerusalem were
4. 10 so that we are not able to build the wall
4. 13 set I in the lower places behind the wall
4. 15 returned all of us to the wall, , every one
4. 17 They which builded on the wall, and they
4. 19 separated upon the wall, one far from an
5. 16 also I continued in the work of this wall
6. i Sanballat. .heardthatlhadbuildedthew.
6. 6 f01- which cause thou buildest the wall, th .
6. 15 So the wall was finished in the twenty and
7. i when the wall was built, and I had set up
12. 27 at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem
12. 30 purified thepeople.. the gates.and the wall
12. 31 brought up the princes of Judah upon the
12. 31 went on the right hand upon the wall to.
12. 37 at the going up of the wall, above the ho.
12. 38 half of the people upon the wall, from be.
12. 38 tower of the furnaces even to the broad w.
13.21 Why lodge ye about the wall? if ye do (so)
Psa. 51. 18 Do good, .build thou the walls of Jerusa.
55. 10 Day and night they go about it upon the
Prov 1 8. ii his strong city, and as an high wall in his
25. 28 a city (that is) broken down, (and) witho.
Song 5 . 7 keepers of the walls took away my veil fr.
8. 9 If she (be) a wall, we will build upon her
8. 10 I (am) a wall, and my breasts like towers
Isa. 2. 15 every high tower, .upon every fenced wall
22. 10 houses, .broken down to fortify the wall
22. 1 1 Ye made also a ditch between the two w.
25. 12 fortress of the high fort of thy walls shall
26. i salvation will (God) appoint (for) walls
30. 13 swelling out in a high wall, whose break.
36. ii the ears of the people that (are) on the w.
36. 1 2 not (sent me) to the men that sit upon the
49. 16 I have graven thee. .thy walls (are) cont.
56. 5 within my walls a place and a name better
60. 10 the sons of strangers shall build up thy w.
60. 18 shalt call thy walls Salvation, and thyga.
62. 6 I have set watchmen upon thy walls, J.
Jer. i. 15 against all the walls thereof round about
i. 18 brasen walls against the whole land, aga.
15. 20 make thee unto this people a fenced. .wall
21. 4 which besiege you without the walls, and
39. 4 by the gate betwixt the two walls: and he
39. 8 the Chaldeans, .brake down the walls of
49. 27 I will kindle a fire in the wall of Damas.
50. 15 foundations are fallen, her walls are thr.
51. 12 Set up the standard upon the walls of B.
51. 44 will punish Bel. .the wall of Babylon sh.
51. 58 The broad walls of Babylon shall be utt.
SB. 7 by the way of the gate between the two w
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Jer. 52. 14 brake down all the walls of Jerusalem ro.
Lam. 2. 7 he hath given up . . the walls of her palaces
2. 8 LORD hath purposed to destroy the wall
2. 8 therefore he made the rampart and the w.
2. 18 O wall of the daughter of Zion, let tears
Eze. 26. 4 they shall destroy the walls of Tyrus, and
26. 9 he shall set engines of war against thy wa.
26. 10 thy walls shall shake at the noise of the
26. 12 break down thy walls, and destroy thy
27. ii, ii upon thy walls round about
38. n all of them dwelling without walls, and
38. 20 shall fall, and every wall shall fall to the
40. 5 behold a wall on the outside of the house
42. 20 it had a wall round about, five hundred
Joel 2. 7 they shall climb the wall like men of war
2. 9 they shall run upon the wall, they shall
Amos i. 7, 10 will send a fire on the wall, .which sh.
i. 14 But I will kindle a flre in the wall of Ra.
7. 7 Lord stood upon a wall (made) by a plumb
Nah. 2. 5 they shall make haste to the wall thereof
3. 8 whose rampart (was) the sea, (and) her w.
Zech. 2. 5 For I. .will be unto her a wall of flre round
9.A rampart, pin charuts.
Dan. 9. 25 street shall be built again, and the wall
10..-1 wall, Vri3 kothel.
Song 2. 9 he standeth behind our wall, he looketh
11. .4 watt, "rns kethal.
Ezra 5. 8 timber fs laid in the walls, and this work
Dan. 5. 5 upon the plaster of the wall of the king s
12.^4 wall, beam (of roof and floor], TJ qir.
Lev. 14. 37 (if) the plague (be) in the walls of the ho.
14. 37 which in sight (are) lower than the wall
14. 39 behold, (if) the plague be spread in the w.
Num 22. 25 the ass. .thrust herself unto the wall, and
22. 25 crushed Balaam s foot against the wall
35. 4 from the wall of the city and outward a
i Sa. 18. ii he said, I will smite David even to the wall
19. 10 Saul sought to smite David even to the w.
19. 10 smote the javelin into the wall : and Da.
20. 25 king sat . . upon a seat by the wall : and
25. 22 if I leave, .any that pisseth against the w.
25. 34 been left, .any that pisseth against the w.
1 Ki. 4. 33 the hyssop that springeth out of the wall
6. 5 against the wall, .the walls of the house
6. 6 should not be fastened in the walls of the
6. 15 built the walls of the house within with
6. 15 both the floor of the house and the walls
6. 16 both the floor and the walls with boards
6. 27 that the wing of the one touched the. .w.
6. 27 wing of the other cherub touched the. . w.
6. 29 he carved all the walls of the house round
14. 10 cut off. .him that pisseth against the wall
16. ii left him not one that pisseth against a wall
21. 21 cut off. .him that pisseth against the wa.
2 Ki. 4. 10 a little chamber, I pray thee, on the wa.
9. 8 cut off. .him that pisseth against the wa.
9. 33 of her blood was sprinkled on the wall
20. 2 Then he turned his face to the wall, and
1 Ch.2g. 4 refined silver, to overlay the walls of the
2 Ch. 3. 7 He overlaid, .the walls thereof, and the
3. 7 gold ; and graved cherubim on the walls
3. ii, 12 five cubits, reaching to the wall of the
Psa. 62. 3 as a bowing wall (shall ye be, and as) a
Isa. 22. 5 breaking down the walls, and of crying to
25. 4 terrible ones (is) as astorm(against)thew.
38. 2 Hezekiah turned his face toward the wall
59. 10 We grope for the wall like the blind, and
4. 3 set it (for) a wall of iron between thee and
8. 7 when I looked, behold, a hole in the wall
8. 8 Son of man, dig now in the wall : and
8. 8 when I had digged in the wall, behold, a
8. 10 idols, .pourtrayed upon the wall round
12. 5 Dig thou through the wall in their sight
12. 7 in the even I digged through the wall wi.
12. 12 shall dig through the wall to carry out
13. 12 when the wall is fallen, shall it not be sa.
13. 14 So will I break down the wall that ye ha.
13. 15 will I accomplish my wrath upon the wa.
13. 15 wall (is) no (more), neither they that
23. 14 she saw men pourtrayed upon the wall
33. 30 still are talking against thee by the walls
41. 5 After he measured the wall of the house
41. 6 entered into the wall which (was) of the
41. 6 but they had not hold in the wall of the
41. 9 thickness of the wall, which (was) for the
41. 12 wall of the building (waa)flve cubits
41. 13 with the walls thereof, anhundred cubits
41. 17 by all the wall round about, within and
41. 20 palm trees made, and (on) the wall of the
41. 22 the length thereof, and the walls thereof
41. 25 trees, like as (were) made upon the walls
43. 8 post by my posts, and on the wall betwe.
Amos 5. 19 leaned his hand on the wall, and a serp.
Hab. 2. ii For the stone shall cry out of the wall
13. A wall, "VV shur.
Gen. 49. 2 bough. .(whose)branchesruuoverthe wall
2 Sa. 22. 30 troops . . by . . God have I leaped over a wa.
Ezra 4. 12 have set up the walls (thereof), and join.
4. 13 if this city be builded, and the walls set
4. 16 city be builded (again), and the walls th.
Job 24. ii make oil within their walls, (and) tread
Psa. 1 8. 29 and by my God have I leaped over a wall
14.A prince, ox, nie> shor.
Gen. 49. 6 in their self will they digged down a wall
15. Walls, ni-ijp sharoth.
Jer. 5. 10 Go ye up upon her walls, and destroy, but
Eze.
16. An outer wall, rt~ixos teichos.
Acts 9. 25 disciples, .let him down by the wall in a
2 Co. ii. 33 a window, .was I let down by the wall
Heb.n. 30 By faith the walls of Jericho fell down
Rev. 21. 12 had a wall great and high, (and) had tw.
21. 14 wall of the city had twelve foundations
21. 15 and the gates thereof, and the wall ther.
21.17 measured the wall thereof, an hundred
21. 18 building of the wall of it was of jasper
21. 19 foundations of the wall of the city (were)
17.An inner wall, ro txos toichos.
Acts 23. 3 God shall smite thee, (thou) whited wall
WALLOW (self),to
I. To roll self, bbl galal, 7a.
2 Sa. 20. 12 Amasa wallowed in blood in the midst of
2.7*0 reel, totter to and fro, psij saphaq.
Jer. 48. 26 Moab shall wallow in his vomit, and he
3. To roll self, press self on, e^p palash, 7.
Jer. 6. 26 wallow thyself in ashes ; make thee mou.
25. 34 wallow yourselves (in the ashes), ye prin.
Eze. 27. 30 they shall wallow themselves in the ash.
4. To roll, wallow, /ci/Ai o,ucu kuliomai.
Mark 9. 20 and he fell on the ground, and wallowed
5.A rolling, wallowing, Kv\ifffj.a kulisma.
2 Pe. 2. 22 sow that was washed to her wallowing in
WANDER (about, abroad, up and down), to
1. To f/o on, TjSi halak.
Josh. 14. 10 while (the children of) Israel wandered
Eccl. 6. 9 Better (is) the . . than the wandering of the
2. To flee away, move, wander, TIJ nadad.
Job 15. 23 He wandered abroad for bread, (saying)
Prov 27. 8 As a bird that wandereth from her nest
27. 8 (is) a man that wandereth from his place
Isa. 16. 3 hide the outcasts; bewray not him that wa.
Jur. 49. 5 and none shall gather up him that wand.
3.7*0 move, shake, stagger, wander, jj?J nua.
Jer. 14. 10 Thushave they loved to wander, they have
Lam. 4. 14 They have wandered (as) blind (men) in
4. 15 when they fled away and wandered, they
Amos 4. 8 So two (or) three cities wandered unto one
8. 12 they shall wander from sea to sea, and fr.
4.7V) cause to move, shake, wander, JM3 nua, 5.
Psa. 59. 15 Let them wander up and down for meat
5. To wander, cast down, depress, nyy tsaah.
Jer. 2. 20 under every green tree thou wanderest
6. To feed, n>rj raah.
Num 14. 33 your children shall wander in the wilder.
7. To err, go astr >y, nyy shagah.
Eze. 34. 6 My sheep wandered through all the mou.
8.7*0 err, wander, go astray, nj;n taah.
Gen. 21. 14 and wandered in the wilderness of Beer.
37. 15 behold, (he was) wandering in the field
Job 38. 41 young ones cry unto God, they wander for
l sa.107. 4 They wandered in the wilderness in a sol,
I rov2i. 16 The man that wandereth out of the way
Isa. 16. 8 wandered (through) the wilderness, her
47. 15 they shall wander every one to his quart.
9. To go or come around, ictpitpxafnaiperierchomai.
i Ti. 5. 13 li-arn (to be) idle, wandering about from
Heb. ii. 37 they wandered about in sheep skins and
10. To lead astray, Tr\avdca planao.
Heb. ii. 38 they wandered in deserts, and (in) moun.
WANDER, to cause, let or make to
1. To cause to wander, y?J nua, 5.
Num 32 13 made them wander in the wilderness forty
2. To make to bend, or wander, nyy tsaah, 3.
Jer. 48. 12 that shall cause him to wander
3. To cause to err, or go astray, n:y shagah, 5.
Deut 27. 18 (be) he that maketh the blind to wander
Psa. 119. 10 let me not wander from thy commandm.
4. To cause to err, wander, go astray, ny$ taah, 5.
Gen. 20. 13 when God caused me to wander from my
Job 12. 24 causeth them to wander in a wilderness
Psa. 107. 40 causeth them to wander in the wilderness
WANDERER, wandering
1. To flee away, move, wander, Tjj nadad.
Isa. 16. 2 as a wandering bird cast out of the nest
Hos. 9. 17 they shall be wanderers among the nations
2.7*0 move, flee, wander, bemoan, ~ni nud.
Prov 26. 2 As the bird by wandering, as the swallow
3.A moving or wandering about, lij nod.
Psa. 56. 8 Thou tellest my wanderings : put thou my
4.7*0 bend, wander, nyy tsaah.
Jer. 48. 12 I will send unto him wanderers, thatshall
5. Wandering, TrXavnTtjs planetes.
Jude 13 wandering stars, to whom is reserved the
WANT, (for, in want of, to)
\.Knd, cessation, Cjx ephes.
Prov. 14. 28 but in the want of people (is) the destru.
2. Without, in not (having), K^JI be-lo.
Prov 13. 23 there is.. destroyed for want of judgment
3. To cease, S ln chadal.
Prov 10. 19 In the multitude of words there wanteth
4. Lacking, ~icn chaser.
Prov. 9. 4, 16 him that wanteth understanding, she
Prov 10. 21 feed many : but fools die for want of wis.
28. 16 prince that wanteth understanding (is)
Eccl. 6. 2 so that he wanteth nothing for his soul of
5. To lack, be lacking, 1517 chaser.
Deutis. 8 sufficient for his need, (in that). .he want.
Psa. 23. i The LOKI> (is) my shepherd, I shall not w.
34. 10 they that seek the LORD shall not want
Prov 13. 25 but the belly of the wicked shall want
Song 7. 2 navel (is like) a round goblet, (which) w.
Jer. 44. 1 8 we have wanted all (things), and have be.
Eze. 4. 17 That they may want bread and water, and
6.Lack, ten cheser.
Job 30. "3 For want and famine (they were) solitary
7. Lack, noh choser.
Deut28. 48 in triirst, and in nakedness, and in want
28. 57 for she shall eat them for want of all (th.) Amos 4. 6 have given you. . want of bread in all yo.
8.Lack, liono macJisor.
JudgiS. 10 place where (there is) no want of any th.
19. 19 there is bread and. .no want of any thing
19. 20 howsoever (let) all thy wants (lie) upon
Psa. 34. 9 fear the LORD, .for (there is) no want to
Prov. 6. ii come as one thattravelleth, and thy wa.
21. 5 but of every one (that is) hasty, onlytowa.
22. 16 givethtotherieh,(shall)8urely(come)tow.
24. 34 come (as) one that travclleth, and thy wa.
9. To be cut of, m? karath, 2.
Jer. 33. 17 David shall never want a man to sit upon
33. 1 8 Neither shall the priests the Levites want
35. 19 shall not want a man to stand before me
10. 7*o look into, after or over, miss, ipp 2)a1aa-
Isa. 34. 16 none shall want her mate : for my mouth
11. What is behind, want, deficiency, vffrcprj/jLa.
2 Co. 8. 14 abundance (may be a supply) for their wa.
8. 14 abundance also may be(a supply) for..wa.
9. 12 not only supplieth the want of the saints
12.^1 being behind, want, deficiency, uffTfpricrts.
Mark 1 2. 44 but she of her want did cast in all that
Phil. 4. ii Not that I speak in respect of want: for
IS.Xecessary business, necessity, need, use, xPf/la -
Phil. 2. 25 messenger, and . . that ministered to my w.
14. 7*o be behind, inferior, in want, v<TTtp4<o huster.
John 2. 3 when they wanted wine, the mother of J
2 Co. n. 9 when I was present with you, and wanted
WANT, to be in ; (to be) wanting
1. Lacking, Tpn chassir.
Dan. 5. 27 Thou art weighed, .and art found want
2. Lack, want, pifn chesron.
Eccl. 1.15 that which is wanting cannot be numbe.
3.7*0 be looked after, inspected, missed, i^paqad, 2.
2 Ki. 10. 19 none be wanting, .whosoever shall be w.
4.7*0 bo behind, inferior, uffrepfu hustercij.
Lukeis. 14 a mighty famine., and he began to be in w.
5. To leave, fail, be wanting, \ttirea Zpo.
Titus i. 5 set in order the things that are wanting
3. 13 diligently, that nothing be wanting unto
Jas. i. 4 may be perfect and entire, wanting noth.
WANTON (against, to begin to wax), wantonness
1.7*0 glance round, ogle, look much, ijjy saqar, 3.
Isa. 3. 16 walk with stretched forth necks, and wa.
I.Lasciviousness, leu-dness, &ff^\yfia aselgeia.
Romi3. 13 not in chambering and wantonness, not
2 Pe. 2. 1 8 they allure through. . wantonness, those
3. To grow very wanton, Ka.racrrprtJ idfia katastrenia.
\ Ti. 5. ii they have begun to wax wanton against
WAR, (against, men of to make, to)
1. Force, army, h rj chayiL
Deut. 3. 18 pass over. .all(that are) meet for the war
2 Ch.33- 14 put captains of war in all the fenced cit.
2. To fight, devour one another, cn^> lacham, 2.
Deut 20. 19 in making war against it to take it, thou
Josh. 10. 5 encamped before Gibeon, and made war
24. 9 warred against Israel, and sent and call.
Judgn. 4 children of Ammon made war against Is?.
ii. 5 when the children of Ammon made war a.
ii. 27 but thou doest me wrong to war against
i Sa. 28. 15 for the Philistines make war against mo
1 Ki. 14. 19 how he warred, and how he reigned, be.
20. i and he went up . . and warred against it
22. 45 his might that he showed, and how he wa.
2 Ki. 6. 8 Then the king of Syria warred against Is.
14. 28 how he warred, and how he recovered D.
19. 8 found thekingof Assyria warring against
2 Ch.i7. 10 so that they madeno war against Jehosh.
26. 6 went forth and warred against the Phili.
Isa. 37. 8 found the king of Assyria warring against
37. 9 He is come forth to make war with thee
Jer. 21. 2 king of Babylon maketh war against us
3. Fighting, cn.
Judg. 5. 8 They chose new gods; then (was) war in
4. A fighting, war, battle, "tcn^D milchamah.
Gen. 14. 2 made war with Bera king of Sodom, and
Ei od. i. 10 when there falleth out any war, they join
13. 1 7 people repent when they see war, and th.
15. 3 The LORD (is) a man of war : the LORD(JS)
17. 16 war with Amalek from generation to gen.
32. 1 7 said . . (There is) a noise of war in the ca,
Numio. 9 if ye go to war in your laud against the
21. 14 Wherefore it is said in the book of the w.
31/27 between them that took the war upon th.
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Num3i. 28 tribute, .of the men of war which went
31. 49 taken the sum of the men of war which
32. 6 Shall your brethren go to war, and shall
32. 20 if ye will go armed before the LOUD to war
Deut. j. 41 girded on every man his weapons of war
2. 14 generation of the men of war were wasted
2. 16 when all the men of war were consumed
4. 34 and by war, and by a mighty hand, and
20. 12 but will make war against thee, then thou
20. 20 against the city that inaketh war with
21. 10 When thou goest forth to war against th.
Josh. 5. 4 all the men of war, died in the wilderness
5. 6 till all the people (that were) men of war
6. 3 shall compass the city, all (ye) men of war
8. i take all the people oLwar with thee, and
8. 3 So Joshua arose, and all the people of war
8. ii all the people, .of war that (were) with
10. 7 all the people of war with him, and all the
10. 24 said unto the captains of the men of war
11. 7 So Joshua came, and all the people of war
ii. 18 Joshua made war a long time with all th.
ii. 23 by their tribes, .the land rested from war
14. ii even so (is) my strength now, for war, bo.
14. 15 Anakims. And the land had rest from war
17. i because he was a man of war, therefore
Judg. 3. i as many, .as had not known all the wars
3. 2 might know to teach them war, at the le.
3. 10 he judged Israel, and wentoutto war : and
18. ii hun. men appointed with weapons of war
18. 16 men appointed with their weapons of war
18. 17 men (that were) appointed with weapons
20. 17 drew sword : all these (were) men of war
21. 22 reserved not to each man his wife in the w.
1 Sa. 8. 12 to make his instruments of war, and inst.
14. 52 there was sore war against the Philistines
16. 18 mighty valiant man, and a man of war, and
7- 33 a youth, and he a man of war from hisyo.
18. 5 Saul set him over the men of war ; and he
19. 8 there was war again : and David went out
23. 8 Saul called all the people together to war
2 Sa. i, 27 How are. .the weapons of war perished !
3. i Now there was long war between the ho.
3. 6 while there was war between the house of
8. 10 for Hadadezerhad ware withToi. And(J.)
ii. 7 how the people did, and how the war pr.
ii. 18 David all the things concerning the war
11. 19 an end of telling the matters of the war
17. 8 thy father (is) a man of war, and will not
21. 15 Moreover the Philistines had yet war ag.
22. 35 He teacheth my hands to war; so that a
1 Ki. 2. 5 whom he slew, and shed the blood of war
2. 5 put the blood of war upon his girdle that
5. 3 for the wars which were about him on ev.
9. 22 but they (were )men of war, and hisserva.
14. 30 there was war between Rehoboam and Je.
13. 6 there was warbetween Rehoboam and Je.
15. 7 there was war between Abijam and Jero.
15. 16, 32 there was war between Asa and Baas.
20. 18 whether they be come out for war, take
22. i they continued three years without war
2 Ki. 8. 28 with Joram the son of Ahabto the war ag.
13. 25 out of the hand of Jehoahazhis father by
14. 7 took Selah by war, and called the name
16. 5 Then Rezin . . came up to Jerusalem to war
1 8. 20 (I have) counsel and strength for the war
24. 16 all (that were) strong (and) apt for war
25. 4 all the men of war (tied) by night by the
25. 19 took an officer that was set over the men
I Ch. 5. 10 in the days of Saul they made war with
5. 18 and to shoot with bow, and skilful in war
5. 19 they made war with the Hagarites, with
5. 22 there fell, .many slain, because the war
7. 4 bands of soldiers for war, six and thirty
12. i among the mightymen, helpers of the war
12. 33 expert in war, with all instruments of war
12. 35 of the Danites expert in war twenty and
12. 36 such as went forth to battle, expert in war
12. 38 All these men of war, that could keepra.
18. 10 for Hadarezerhad war with Tou ; and. .all
20. 4 that there arose war at Gezer with the Ph.
20. 5 there was war again with the Philistines
20. 6 yet again there was war at Gath, where
22. 8 hast made great wars : thou shalt not bu.
28. 3 because thou (hast been) a man of war, and
3 Ch. 6. 34 If thy people go out to war against their
8. 9 but they (were) men of war, and chief of
12. 15 wars between Rehoboam and Jeroboam
13. 2 there was war between Abijah and Jero.
13. 3 array with an army of valiant men of war
14. 6 land had rest, and he had no war in those
15. 19 there was no (more) war unto the five and
16. 9 therefore., henceforth thou shalt have wars
17. 13 men of war, mighty men of valour, (were)
18. 3 answered . .(we will be) with thee in the w.
22. 5 went with Jehoram . .to war against
26. 13 that made war with mighty power, to help
27. 7 rest of the acts of Jotham, and all his wars
32. 6 set captains of war over the people, and
35. 21 against the house wherewith I have war
Job 5. 20 and in war from the power of the sword
38. 23 reserved, .against the day of battle and w.?
Psa. 18. 34 He teacheth my hands to war, so that a
27. 3 though war should rise against me, in this
46. 9 He maketh wars to cease unto the end of
120. 7 peace : but when I speak, they (are) for
140. 2 continually are they gathered, .(for) war
144. i which teacheth my hands to war, (and)
Prov 20. 1 8 counsel; and with good advice make war
24. 6 by wise counsel thou shalt make thy war
Eccl. 3. 8 time to hate ; a time of war, and a time
8. 8 (there is) no discharge in (that) war, nei.
Song 3. C Theyallholdswords.(being)expert in war
Isa. 2. 4 neither shall they learn war any more
3. 2 The mighty man, and the man of war
3. 25 by the sword, and thy mighty in the war
7. i went up toward Jerusalem to war against
21. 15 bow, and from the grievousness of war
36. 5 counsel and strength for war : now, on
41. 12 they that war against thee shall be as no.
42. 13 he shall stir up jealousy like a man of war
Jer. 4. 19 the sound of the trumpet, the alarm of w.
6. 4 Prepare ye war against her ; arise, and let
6. 23 set in array as men for war, against thee
21. 4 I will turn back the weapons of war that
28. 8 prophesied, .of war, and of evil, and of
38. 4 weakeneth the hands of the men of war
39. 4 saw them, and all the men of war, then
41. 3 were found there, (and) the men of war
41. 16 mighty men of war, and the women, and
42. 14 where we shall see no war, nor hear the
48. 14 (are) mighty and strongmen for the war?
49. 2 that I will cause an alarm of war to be
49. 26 all the men of war shall be cut off in that
50. 30 all her men of war shall be cut off in that
51. 20 (art) my battle ax (and) weapons of war
51. 32 burned with fire, and the men of warare
52. 7 all the men of war fled, and went forth
52. 25 which had the charge of the men of war
Eze. 17. 17 make for him in the war, by casting up
27. 10 thy men of war : they hanged the shield
27. 27 all thy men of war, that (are) in thee, and
32. 27 down to hell with their weapons of war
39. 20 and with all men of war, saith the Lord
Dan. 9. 26 unto the end of the war desolations are
Joel 2. 7 they shall climb the wall like men of war
3. 9 Prepare war. .let all the men of war draw
Mic. 2. 8 pass by securely as men averse from war
3. 5 mouths, they even prepare war against
4. 3 neither shall they learn war any more
5. To assemble, serve the host, Nay tsaba.
Numsi. 7 they warred against the Midianites, as the
31. 42 Moses divided from the men that warred
6.A host, assembly, warfare, service, N3y tsaba.
Num. i. 3 all that are able to go forth to war in Isr.
i. 20 all that were able to go forth to war
So in verse 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 45.
26. 2 all that are able to go to war in Israel
31. 3 Arm some of yourselves unto the war, and
31. 4 tribes of Israel, shall ye send to the war
31. 5 of (every) tribe, twelve thousand armed
31. 6 Moses sent them to the war, a thousand
31. 6 son of Eleazar the priest, to the war, with
31. 21 said unto the men of war which went to
31. 32 rest of the prey which the men of war had
31. 36 portion of them that went out to war
31. 53 men of war had taken spoil, every man
32. 27 pass over, every man armed for war, bef.
Deut 24. 5 he shall not go out to war, neither shall
Josh. 4. 13 About forty thousand prepared for war
22. 12 together at Shiloh, to go up to war agai.
1 Ch. 5. 1 8 four and forty thousand seven, .to the w.
7. ii hundred (soldiers), fit to go out for war
7. 40 them that were apt to the war(and) to ba.
12. 8 men of war (fit) for the battle, that could
12. 23 bands (that were) ready armed to the war
12. 24 (were) six thousand, .ready armed to. .w.
12. 25 mighty men of valour for the war, seven
i2. 37 with all manner of instruments of war for
2011.17. 18 fourscore thousand ready prepared, .war
25. 5 to go forth to war, that could handle spe.
26. ii that went out to war by bands, according
28. 12 stood up against them that came from..w.
Job 10. 17 upon me ; changes and war (are) against
7. Before, over against, battering ram, Sjp qobel.
Eze. 26. 9 he shall set engines of war against thy
8.^4 drawing near, conflict, war, 3"ji? qerab.
Psa. 55. 21 war (was) in his heart : hisVords were s.
68. 30 scatter thou the people (that) delight in
144. i which teacheth my hands to war, (and)
Eccl. 9. 1 8 Wisdom (is) better than weapons of war
Dan. 7. 21 same horn made war with the saints, and
9. To war against, avri(rrparf\>ofjia.i autistrateuom.
Rom. 7. 23 another law in my members, warring ag.
10. War, battle, strife, contention, ir6\efj.os polemos.
Matt 24. 6 ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars
Marki3. 7 ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars
Lukei4- 31 what king, going to make war against an.
21. 9 when ye shall hear of wars and commoti.
Jas. 4. i From whence, .wars and fightings among
Rev. ii. 7 beast, .shall make war against them, and
12. 7 there was war in heaven : Michael and
12. 17 went to make war with the remnant of her
13. 7 [it was given unto him to make war with]
19. 19 gathered together to make war against
11. To wage war, fight, iro\f/j.tw polemeo.
Jas. 4. 2 ye fight and war, yet ye have not, because
Rev. 13. 4 the beast? who is able to make war with
17. 14 These shall make war with the Lamb, and
19. ii in righteousn. he doth judge and make w.
12. Warlike force, army, (rrpa.rtvfj.a strateuma.
Luke23. ii Herod with his men of war set him at no.
13. To war, wage war, <rrpaTvo/j.ai strateuomai.
2 Co. 10. 3 though we walk in the flesh, we do not w.
1 Ti. i. 1 8 that thou by them mightest war a good
2 Ti. 2. 4 No man that warreth entangleth himself
Jas. 4. i of your lusts that war in your members
i Pe. 2. i: abstain from fleshly lusts, which waragai.
WARD
l.A ward, guard, charge, isyp mishmar.
Gen. 40. 3 he put them in ward in the house of the
40. 4 and they continued a season in ward
40. 7 with him in the ward of his Lord s house
41. 10 put me in ward in the captain of the gua.
42. 17 he put them all together into ward three
Lev. 24. 12 they put him in ward, that the rnind of
Nuniis- 34 they put him in ward, because it was not
i Ch. 26. 16 causeway of the going up, ward against w.
Neh. 12. 24 to give thanks, .ward over against ward
12. 25 keeping the ward at the thresholds of the
2. A ward, charge, guard, r\~!~y3 mishmereth.
1 Ch. 9. 23 the house of the tabernacle, by wards
12. 29 greatest part of them had kept the ward
25. 8 they cast lots, ward against (ward), as w.
26. 12 wards one against avother, to minister in
Neh. 12. 45 kept the ward of their God, and the ward
13. 30 appointed the wards of the priests and the
Isa. 21. 8 day time, and I am set in my ward whole
3.House of ward, rn^;p n 3 beth m ishmereth.
2 Sa. 20. 3 put them in ward, and fed them, but went
4c.A prison, "U D sugar.
Eze. 19. 9 theyput him in ward in chains, and brou.
5. Inspection, supervision, rnp? peqiduth.
Jer. 37. 13 captain of the ward (was) there, whose
6. A guarding, guard, ward, <t/\a/d} phulake.
Acts 12. 10 they were past the first and the second w.
WARDROBE
Cloaks, garments, coverings, 0"iJ2 begadim.
2 Ki.22. 14 son of Harhas, keeper of the wardrobe, n.
2 Ch.34. 22 son of Hasrah, keeper of the wardrobe, n.
WARE, to be
To be conscious of, know together, trvvoiba sunoida.
Acts 14. 6 They were ware of (it), and fled unto Ly.
WARE, wares
1. Vessel, utensil, instrument, ^3 keli.
Jon. i. 5 cast forth the wares that (were) in the ah.
2. Thing for sale, price, 127 meker.
Neh. 13. 16 which brought fish, and all manner of w.
3. Sale, thing for safe^O? mimkar.
Neh. 13. 20 sellers of all kind of ware, lodged without
4. Wares, what are brought, ninj35 maqqachoth.
Neh. 10. 31 people of the land bring ware or any vie.
5. Merchandise, nj;j3 kinah.
Jer. 10. 17 Gather up thy wares out of the land, O
6. Traffic, exchange, remnant, p2jj izzabon.
Eze. 27. 33 When thy wares went forth out of the se.
7. Work, nyyt) maaseh.
Eze. 27. 16 by reason of the multitude of the wares
WARFARE, (to go a)
l.A host, N3y tsaba.
1 Sa. 28. i gathered their armies t.for warf. Isa. 40. 2.
1. Warfare, military service, a-rpareia strateia.
2 Co. 10. 4 For the weapons of our warfare (are) not
i Ti. i. 1 8 that thou by them mightest war a good w.
3. To wage war, ffTpartvou.ai strateuomai.
1 Co. 9. 7 Who goeth a warfare any time at his own
WARM (at, self, to)
\.IIol, warm, en chain.
Job 37. 17 How thy garments (are) warm, when he
2. To be or become bold or warm, QEPI chamam.
Isa. 44. 15 for he will take thereof, and warm him.
44. 16 yea, he warmeth (himself), and saith. Aha
47. 14 (there shall) not (be) a coal to warm at
3. To warm, ccn chamam, 3.
Job 39. 14 leaveth her eggs in the earth, and warm.
4. To heat, warm, Qtpfj.aivca thermaino.
Marki4. 54 sat with the servants, and warmed him.
14. 67 when she saw Peter warming himself, she
JohmS. 18 warmed themselves : andPeter. .warm. h.
18. 25 And Simon Peter stood and warmed him.
WARM, to be, wax, be warmed
1. Jfeat, warmth, nil chom.
Hag. i. 6 ye clothe you, but there is none warm, and
2. To heat, warm, c?n chamam.
2 Ki. 4. 34 child, and the flesh of the child waxed w.
Isa. 44. 16 and saith, Aha, I am warm, I have seen
3. To heat or warm self, ocn chamam, 7.
Job 31. 20 (if) he were (not) warmed with the fleece
4. To be hot, warm, Drr yacham.
Eccl. 4.11 they have heat ; but how can one be warm ?
5. To be heated, warmed, &fpfj.aLt>o[j.a.itheriainomai.
Jas. 2. 1 6 Depart in peace, be (ye) warmed and fill.
WARN, be warned, give warning, to
\.To be warned,take or receive warning, ~\n]zahar, 2.
Psa. 19. 1 1 Moreover by them is thy servant warned
Eze. 3. 21 he shall surely live, because he is warned
33. 4 heareth the sound . . and taketh not warn.
33. 5 heard the sound . . and took not warning
33. 5 he that taketh warning shall deliver his
33. 6 blow not. .and the people be not warned
2. To warn, (cause to) shine, "in; zahar, 5.
2 Ki. 6. 10 which the man of God told him and war.
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a Ch.ig. 10 ye shall even warn them that they tresp.
Eze. 3. 17 hear the word, .and give them warning
3. 1 8 givest him not warning, .speakestto warn
3. 19 Yet if thou warn the wicked, and he turn
3. 20 because thou hast not given him warnin;;
3. 21 if thou warn the righteous (man), that the
33. 3 he blow the trumpet, and warn the people
33. 7 hear the word at my mouth, and warnth.
33. 8 if thou dost not speak to warn the wicked
33. 9 if thou warn the wicked of his way to turn
3. To cause to testify, protest, ~ny ud, 5.
Jer. 6. 10 To whom shall I speak, and give warning
4. To put in before the mind, warn, vovOtTtca nou.
Acts 20. 31 I ceased not to warn every one night and
i Co. 4. 14 shame you, but, as my beloved sons, I wa.
Col. i. 28 warning every man, and teaching every
i Th. 5. 14 warn them that are unruly, comfort the
5. To show secretly, partly, v-n-oSe iKW/jit hupodeikn.
Matt. 3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the wr.
Luke 3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the wr.
WARNED of God, to be
To warn by an oracle, x/>WTia>
chrematizo.
Matt. 2.12 being warned of God in a dream that they
2. 22 being warned of God in a dream, he turned
Acts 10. 22 Cornelius, .was warned from God by an
Heb. ii. 7 By faith Xoah, being warned of God of th.
WARP
Web, woven stuff, warp, vyp shethi.
Lev. 13. 48 Whether (it be) in the warp, or woof, of li.
13. 49, 51, 53, 57 either in the warp, or in the w.
13. 52 whether warp or woof, in woollen or in li.
13. 56 out of the skin, or out of the warp, or out
13. 58 either warp or woof, or whatsoever thing
13. 59 either in the warp, or woof, or any thing
WARRIOR, (to be a)
1.2*0 do war or battle, npr^zj rtyy asah milchamah.
1 Ki. 12. 21 chosen men, which were warriors, to fight
2 Ch. ii. i chosen (men), which were warriors, to fl.
2.2*0 equip, shoe or prepare self, JNIJ saan.
Isa. 9. 5 For every battle of the warrior (is) with
WASH (away, self, throughly, be washed), to
1.2*0 cast out, purge, force away, mi duach, 5.
z Ch. 4. 6 such things as they offered . .they washed
Eze. 40. 38 gates, where they washed the burnt offer.
2. 2*o wash, cj| kabas, 3.
Gen. 49. 1 1 washed his garments in wine, and his cl.
Exod 19. 10 said unto Moses, .let them wash their cl.
19. 14 sanctified the people; and they washed th.
Lev. 6. 27 thou shalt wash that whereon it was spri.
ii. 25, 28, 40, 40 wash hisclothes, and be unclean
13. 6, 34 and he shall wash his clothes, and be cl.
13. 54 Then the priest shall command that they
13. 58 the garment, .which thou shalt wash, if
14. 8 he that is to be cleansed shall wash his cl.
14. 9 and he shall wash his clothes, also he sh.
14. 47 shall wash his clothes, .shall wash his cl.
15. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, n, 13, 21, 22, 27 wash his clothes
16. 26, 28 wash his clothes, and bathe hisfleshin
17. 15 both wash his clothes, and bathe (himself)
17. 1 6 hut if he wash (them) not, nor bathe his
Num. 8. 7 wash their clothes, and (so) make themse.
8. 21 were purified, and they washed their clo.
19. 7 Then the priest shall wash his clothes, and
19. 8 wash his clothes in water, and bathe his fl.
19. 10 wash hisclothes, and be unclean until the
19. 19 wash his clothes, and bathe himself in wa.
19. 21 he that sprinkleth.. shall wash his clothes
31. 24 ye shall wash your clothes on the seventh
2 Sa. 19. 24 nor trimmed his beard, nor washedhiscl.
Psa. 51. 2 Wash me throughly from mine iniquity
51. 7 Purge me with hyssop, .wash me, and I
Jer. 2. 22 For though thou wash thee with nitre, and
4. 14 wash thine heart from wickedness, that
3.2*0 be washed, 039 kabas, 4,
Lev. 13. 58 then it shall be washed the second time
15. 17 shall be washed with water, and be uncl.
4. To wash self, 03? kabas, 7.
Lev. 13. 55 look on the plague, after that it is washed
5. 2*o wash, bathe, frn rachats.
Gen. 1 8. 4 wash your feet, and rest yourselves under
19. 2 tarry all night, and wash your feet, and
24. 32 water to wash his feet, and the men s feet
43. 24 gave (them) water, and they washed their
43. 31 washed his face, and went out, and refr.
Exod. 2. 5 daughter of Pharaoh came down to wash
29. 4 congregation, .shalt wash them with wa.
29. 17 wash the inwards of him, and his legs, and
30. 18 and his foot (also of) brass, to wash (wi.)
30. 19 shall wash their hands and their feet th.
30. 20 they shall wash with water, that they die
30. 21 So they shall wash their hands and their
40. 12 bring Aaron and his sons, .and wash them
40. 30 and the altar, and put water there, to wa.
40. 31 Moses and Aaron and his sons washed th.
40. 32 they washed; as the LORD commanded M.
Lev. i. 9 inwards and his legs shall he wash in wa.
1. 13 But he shall wash the inwards and the legs
8. 6 brought Aaron and his sons, and washed
8. 21 he washed the inwards and the legs in wa.
9. 14 he did wash the inwards and the legs, and
14. 8 shave off all hisihair, and wash himself in
14. 9 also he shall wash his flesh in water, and
15 1 6 then he shall wash all his flesh in water
16. 4 therefore shall he wash his flesh in water
1 6. 24 he shall wash his flesh with water in the
32. 6 not eat . . unless he wash his flesh with wa.
Deut2 1 . 6 shall wash their hands over the heifer th.
23. 1 1 he shall wash (himself) with water, and
Jmlgig. 21 they washed their feet, and did eat and
Ruth 3. 3 Wash thyself therefore, and anoint thee
1 Sa. 25. 41 servant to wash the feet of the servants
2 Sa. ii. 2 from the roof he saw a woman washing
11. 8 Go down to thy house, and wash thy feet
12. 20 David arose from the earth, and washed
1 Ki. 22. 38 they washed his armour ; according unto
2 Ki. 5. 10 Go and wash in Jordan seven times, and
5. 12 may I not wash in them, and be clean?
5. 13 whenhesaith to thee, Wash, and be clean
2 Ch. 4. 6 lavers. .to wash in. .the sea. .to wash in
Job 29. 6 When I washed my steps with butter, and
Psa. 26. 6 I will wash mine hands in innoceny : so
58. 10 shall wash his feet in the blood of the wi.
73. 13 cleansed ray heart (in) vain, and washed
Song 5. 3 I have washed my feet ; how shall I defile
5. 12 rivers of waters, washed with milk, (and)
Isa. i. 1 6 Wash you, make you clean ; put away the
4. 4 When the Lord shall have washed away
Eze. 1 6. 9 Then washed I thee with water; yea, I
23. 40 for whom thou didst wash thyself, paint.
6. 2*o be washed, bathed, prn rachats, 4.
Prov3o. 12 a generation, .not washed from their flit.
Eze. 1 6. 4 neither wast thou washed in water to su.
7. 2*o wash or bathe self, prn rachats, 7.
Job 9. 30 If I wash myself with snow water, and
8. 2*o overflow, rinse, wash away, p
|B^ shataph.
i K1.22. 38 washed the chariot in the pool of Samaria
Job 14. 19 thou washest away the things which grow
Eze. 1 6. 9 I throughly washed away thy blood from
9.2*0 wash off or aioay, airoKovu applouo.
Acts 22. 16 wash away thy sins, calling on the name
1 Co. 6. ii but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified
10.7*0 wash off or fully, aTroviirro/j.ai aponiptomai.
Matt. 27. 24 washed (his) hands before the multitude
11. 2*o wash or rinse off or away, &-iroir\w(a apop.
Luke 5. 2 were gone out of them, and [were wash.]
12.ro baptize, pour out (water], Pairrifa baptizo.
Mark 7. 4 except they wash, they eat not. And ma
Luken. 38 marvelled that he had not first washed
13. 2*o wet. send rain, ftp^x03 brecho.
Luke 7. 38 began to wash his feet with tears, and did
7. 44 but she hath washed myfeet with tears
14. To wash, cleanse, bathe, \ovw louo.
John 13. 10 He that is washed needeth not save to
Acts 9. 37 whom when they had washed, they laid
1 6. 33 took them, .and washed (their) stripes
Heb. 10. 22 having, .our bodies washed with pure wa.
2 Pe. 2. 22 sow that was washed to her wallowing in
Rev. i. 5 and washed us from our sins in his own
15.2*0 wash or wet (the hands or feet], viirrw nipto.
Matt. 6. 17 But thou, when thou fastest . . wash thy
15. 2 they wash not their hands when they eat
Mark 7. 3 all the Jews, except they wash (their) h.
John 9. 7 Go, [wash]. .He went., and washed, and
9. ii wash: and I went and washed, and I rec.
9. 15 He put clay upon mine eyes, and I washed
13. 5 began to wash the disciples feet, and to
13. 6 saith unto him, Lord, dost thou wash my
13. 8 Thou shalt never wash my feet .. If I wash
13. ic He. .needeth not save to wash (his) feet
13. 12 So after he had washed their feet, and had
13. 14 washed your feet, ye also ought to wash
i Ti. 5. 10 if she have washed the saints feet, if she
1 6. 7*o wash clean, irXvvw pluno.
Rev. 7. 14 have washed their robes, and made them
WASHING, washpot
1. 2*o wash self, 039 kabas, 7.
Lev. 13. 56 plague (be) somewhat dark after the wa.
2. TIte waters, D ljri ham-mayim.
Neh. 4. 23 every one put them off for washing
3.Pot for washing or bathing, frn TD sir rachats.
Psa. 60. 8 Moab (is) my washpot; over Edom will I
108. 9 Moab (is) my washpot; over Edom will I
4 . Washing, bathing, nyrn rachtsah.
Song 6. 6 flock of sheep which go up from the wash.
4. 2 a flock. . which came up from the washing
5. Washing, pouring on (of water), fiairTitT(j.6s.
Mark 7. 4 washing of cups, and pots, brasen vessels
7. 8 [washing of pots and cups: and many ot.]
Heb. 9. 10 only in meats and drinks, and divers wa.
6.A laver, bath, washing vessel, \ovrp6v loutron.
Eph. 5. 26 cleanse it with the washing of water by
Titus 3. 5 by the washing of regeneration, and ren.
WASTE (place\ wasteness, waster, wasting, wasted
I. To be wasted, p
1
?? fmiaq, 4.
> ah. 2. 10 She is empty, and void, and waste; and
2. Waste, desolation, nn^ bathah.
Isa. 5. 6 I will lay it waste: it shall not be pruned
3. Dry, waste, 3i.n chareb.
Neh. 2. 3 place of my fathers sepulchres, (lieth) w.
2. 17 now Jerusalem (lieth) waste, and the ga.
Eze. 36. 35 and the waste and desolate and ruined
36. 38 so shall the waste cities be filled with flo.
Hag. 1.4 in your cieled houses, and this house (lie)
i. 9 Because of mine house that (is) waste, and
i. Drought, waste, S^n choreb.
Isa. 61. 4 they shall repair the waste cities, the de.
5. A waste, place of drought, ny-in ch&rbak.
Lev. 26. 31 I will make your cities waste, and bring
26. 33 hind shall be desolate, and your cities wa.
Isa. 5.17 the waste places of the fat ones shall str.
49. 19 For thy waste and thy desolate places, and
51. 3 he will comfort all her waste places ; and
52. 9 sing together, ye waste places of Jerusal.
58. 12 shall build the old waste places : thou sh.
61. 4 they shall build the old wastes, they shall
Jer. 44. 6 they are wasted (and) desolate, as at this
49. 13 the cities thereof shall be perpetual was.
Eze. 5. 14 Moreover I will make thet waste, and a
29. 9 the land of Egypt shall be desolate and wa.
29. 10 will make the land of Egypt utterly waste
33. 24 they that inhabit those wastes of the land
33. 27 surely they that (are) in the wastes shall
35. 4 I will lay thy cities waste, and thou shalt
36. 4 to the desolate wastes, and to the cities
36. 10 cities shall be inhabited, and the wastes
36. 33 dwell in the cities, and the wastes shall
38. 8 mountains, .which have been always wa.
6.A waste, desolation, nx^p meshoah.
Job 30. 3 wilderness in former time desolate and w.
38. 27 To satisfy the desolate and waste (ground)
7. A waste, desolation, nxiB* shoah.
Zeph. 1. 15 a day of wasteness and desolation, a day
8. Destruction, spoiling, ~iv shod.
Isa. 59. 7 wasting and destruction (are) in their pa.
60. 1 8 wasting nor destruction within thy bord.
9.2*0 corrupt, destroy, r\ny shachath, 5.
Prov 1 8. g is brother to him that is a great waster
Isa. 54. 16 and I have created the waster to destroy
10. Desolation, astonishment, n*p shammah.
Jer. 2.15 they made his land waste : his cities are
46. 19 Noph shall be waste and desolate without
Joel i. 7 He hath laid my vine waste, and barked
11.2*0 be or become astonished, 059* shamem, 2.
Amos 9. 14 they shall build the waste cities, and in.
12. Astonishment, desolation, noci? shemamah.
Mai. i. 3 laid his mountains and his heritage waste
13.Ruin, vacancy, vanity, inn tohu.
Deut32. 10 He found him. .in the waste howling wil.
1 4. Destruction, loss, losing away, airco\tia. apoleia.
Matt26. 8 saying, To what purpose (is) this waste ?
Marki4. 4 Why was this waste of the ointment ma.?
WASTE (away, laid be laid, lay, lie, make), to
1. 2*o wear out, make old, nS? balah, 3.
i Ch.i7. 9 neither, .waste them any more, as at the
2.2*0 waste, p
1
?? balaq.
Isa. 24. i maketh the earth empty, .maketh it waste
3. 7*o burn, consume, ly? baar, 3.
Num 24. 22 the Kenite shall be wasted, until Asshur
4.2*0 weaken, become weak, vkn chalash.
Job 14. 10 man dieth, and wasteth away : yea, man
5. To be or dry up, waste, ai.n chareb.
Isa. 19. 5 and the river shall be wasted and dried up
34. 10 generation to generation it shall lie waste
60. 12 yea, (those) nations shall be utterly wasted
Jer. 50. 21 waste and utterly destroy after them, sa.
Eze. 6. 6 shall be laid waste . . altars may be laid w.
12. 20 the cities, .inhabited shall be laid waste
Amos 7. 9 the sanctuaries of Israel shall be laid wa.
6.2*0 cause to dry up, lay waste, ^n chareb, 5.
Isa. 37. 1 8 the kings of Assyria have laid waste all
42. 15 I will make waste mountains and hills.and
49. 17 they that made thee waste shall go forth
Eze. 19. 7 he laid waste their cities ; and the land
Zeph. 3. 6 I made their streets waste, that none pa.
7.2*0 be dried up, laid waste, 3"in chareb, 6.
Eze. 26. 2 I shall be replenished, .she is laid waste
29. 12 her cities among the cities, .laid waste sh.
8.A place of drought, destruction, nyin chorbah.
Isa. 64. 1 1 and all our pleasant things are laid waste
Jer. 27. 17 wherefore should this city be laid waste
9. 2*o be completed, consumed, .179 kalah.
1 Ki. 17. 14 The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither
17. 1 6 the barrel of meal wasted not, neither did
10. 2*o brouse, crop off, DCP9 kirsem.
Psa. 80. 13 The boaroutof the wood doth waste it, and
11.2*0 feed, eat up, consume, nf} raah.
Mic. 5. 6 they shall waste the land of Assyria with
12.2*0 lay waste, desolate, nxy shaah, 5.
2 Ki. 19. 25 that thou shouldest be to lay waste fenc.
Isa. 37. 26 shouldest be to lay waste defenced cities
13. 2*o destroy, spoil, 11V shadad, 3.
Prov. 1 9. 26 He that wasteth (his) father, (and) chase.
14. A spoiler, causing holding, 771* tolal.
Psa. 137. 3 they that wasted us(required of us)mirth
15. 7*o destroy, spoil, ~nv shud.
Psa. 91. 6 for the destruction (that) wasteth at noon
16.2*0 corrupt, act corruptly, nn?; shachath, 5.
i Ch.2o. i and wasted the country of the children of
17.2*0 be astonished, desolate, csy shamem, 2.
Isa. 33. 8 The highways lie waste, the wayfaring
18.2*0 astonish, desolate. C2y; shamem, 5.
Num 21. 30 we have laid them waste even unto Npph.
Psa. 79. 7 For they have devoured Jacob, and laid w.
Eze. 30. 12 I will make the land waste, and all that
WASTED 1035 WATER
19. Toscatter abroad, disperse, Siaffitopirifa diaskor.
Luke 1 5. 13 there wasted his substance with riotous Ii
16. i accused unto him that he had wasted hii
2Q.To lay waste, -iropdtca portheo.
Qal. i. 13 I persecuted the church of God, and was
WASTED, to be
1.7*0 be dried up, waste, a~i.n chareb.
Isa. 19. 5 failfrom the sea, and the rivershall be w
60. 12 yea, (those) nations shall be utterly was.
2. To be waste, desolate, nx^ shaah.
Isa. 6. 1 1 Until the cities be wasted without inhab
3. To be destroyed, spoiled, niy: shadad, 4.
Isa. 15. i Ar of Moab is laid waste, (and) brought
15. i because in the night Kir of Moab is laid w
23. i for it is laid waste, so that there is no ho
23. 14 Howl, ye ships, .your strength is laid wa
Joel i. 10 The field is wasted, .the corn is wasted
Nah. 3 . 7 Nineveh is laid waste : who will bemoan
4. To be perfected, consumed, czjn tamam.
Num. 14. 33 until your carcases be wasted in the wild.
Deut. 2. 14 were wasted out from among the host, as
WATCH, watchtower, watching
1. Watch, guard, rrftrxyx, >"nc?>.x ashmurah.
Exod 14. 24 in the morning watch the LORD looked
Judg. 7. 19 came. .in the beginning of themiddlewat.
1 Sa. n. ii into the midst of the host in the morning w.
Psa. 63. 6 When I. .meditate on thee in the (night)w.
90. 4 as yesterday when it ispast, and (as) a wa.
119. 148 Mine eyes prevent the (night) watches
Lam. 2. 19 in the beginning of the watches pour ou(
2.A watch tower, ngsD mitspeh.
Isa. 21. 81 stand continually upon the watch towei
2 Ch.2o. 24 when Judah came toward the watch towe
S.A watch, guard, charge, ward, ~\Qyo mishmar.
Nell. 4. 9 set a watch against them day and night
7. 3 every one in his watch, and every one (to
Job 7. 12 or a whale, thatthou settest a watch over
Jer. 51. 12 Set up., make the watch strong, setup the
4.A watch, guard, charge, rnsipn mishmereth.
2 Ki. ii. 5 even be keepers of the watch of the king s
ii. 6 so shall ye keep the watch of the house
11. 7 they shall keep the watch of the house of
2 Ch.23. 6 but all the people shall keep the watch of
Neh. 7. 3 appoint watches of the inhabitants of Je
iz. 9 brethren, (were)overagainstthemin the w
Hab. 2. i I will stand upon my watch, and set me
5.A looking out, watching, nr S tsephiyyah.
Lam. 4. 17 in our watching, .for a nation (that)could
6.^4 ivutch tower, place of outlook, n fly tsaphith.
Isa. 21. 5 in the watch tower, eat, drink : arise, ye pr.
7.A watch, guard, n^pi? shomrah.
Psa. 141. 3 Set a watch, O LORD, before my mouth
8. To watch, be awake, ip^ shaqad.
Prov. 8. 34 watching daily at mygates, waiting at the
9.^1 guard of soldiers (Lat. custodia), KovyraSia.
Matt.27. 65 Ye have a watch: go your way, make(it)as
27. 66 went . . sealing the stone, and setting a wa.
28. ii some of the watch came into the city, and
10.A guarding, time ofwatching, 4>v\aK-fi phulake.
Matti4. 25 in the fourth watch of the night Jesus
24. 43 had known in what watch the thief would
Mark 6. 48 about the fourth watch of the night he
Luke 2. 8 shepherds, .keeping watch over their floe.
12. 38 in the second [watch, or come] in the th.w.
11. Watchfulness, wakefillness, ayownviaagrupnia.
3 Co. 6. 5 in tumults, in labours, in watchings, in fa.
ii. 27 in watchings often, in hunger and thirst
WATCH (for), keep the; be watchful, to
1. To look out, watch, ny tsaphah.
Gen. 31. 49 The LORI) watch between me and thee, wh.
2 Sa. 13. 34 young man that kept the watch lifted up
Psa. 37. 32 The wicked watcheth the righteous, and
Isa. 21. 5 Prepare the table, watch .. arise, ye prin.
2. To look out, watch, n$y tsaphah, 3.
i Sa. 4. 13 Eli sat upon a seat by the wayside watch
Lam. 4. 17 we have watched for a nation (that)coulii Nah. 2. i keep the munition, watch the way, make
Hab. 2. i will watch to see what he will say unto
S.To awake, rise, pp quts, 5.
Eze. 7. 6 the end is come : it watcheth for thee
4. To observe, watch, take heed, ic^ shamar.
Judg. 7. 19 and they had but newly set the watch
i Sa. 19. ii to watch him, and to slay him in the mo.
Job 14. 1 6 numberest my steps : dost thou not wat.
Psa. 59. title. Saul sent, and they watched the house
130. 6, 6 than they that watch for the morning
Jer. 20. 10 All my familiars watched for my halting
5.To watch, awake, np^ shaqad.
Ezra 8. 29 Watch ye, and keep (them), until ye wei.
Psa. 102. 7 I watch, and am as a sparrow alone upon
1 rov. 8. 34 watching daily at my gates, waiting at
Isa. 29. 20 and all that watch for iniquity are cut off
Jer. 5. 6 a leopard shall watch over their cities, ev.
31. 28 like as I have watched, .so will I watch
44. 27 I will watch over them for evil, and not
Dan. 9. 14 Therefore hath the LORD watched upon
6.To watch, keep guard, be wakeful, dypvirveca. Marki3 . 33 Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye kn.
Luke2i. 36 Watch ye therefore, and pray always, th.
Eph. 6. 1 8 watching thereunto with all perseverance
Heb. 13. 17 for they watch for your souls, as they th.
7. To watch, be awake, vigilant, yprjyopfu gregoreo.
Matt 24. 42 Watch therefore; for ye know not what
24. 43 he would have watched, and would not
25. 13 Watch therefore; for ye know neither the
26. 38 Then saith he. .tarry ye here, and watch
26. 40 What! could ye not watch with me one
26. 41 Watch and pray, that ye enter not into
Mark 1 3. 34 left, .and commanded the porter to watch
13. 35 Watch ye therefore; for ye know not wh.
13. 37 what I say unto you I say unto all,Watch
14. 34 saith unto them, .tarry ye here, and wat.
14. 37 sleepest thou? couldest thou not watch
14. 38 Watch ye and pray, lest ye enter into te.
Luke 1 2. 37 the lord when he cometh shall find watc.
12. 39 he would have watched, and not have su.
Acts 20. 31 Therefore watch, and remember, that by
i Co.i6. 13 Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you
Col. 4. 2 Continue in prayer, and watch in the sa.
1 Th. 5. 6 let us not sleep, .but let us watch and be
Rev. 3. 2 Be watchful, and strengthen the things
3. 3 If therefore thou shalt not watch, I will
ib. 15 Blessed (is) he that watcheth, and keep.
8. To be sober, watchful, vr)<f>a> nej)hd.
2 Ti. 4. 5 But watch thou in all things, endure afil.
i Pe. 4. 7 be ye therefore sober, and watch unto pr.
9. To watch alongside of, or narrowly, irapuTTjptw.
Mark 3. 2 they watched him, whether he would heal
Luke 6. 7 Pharisees watched him, whether he won.
14. i as he went into the house, .they watched
20. 20 they watched (him), and sent forth spies
Acts 9. 24 watched the gates day and night to kill
10. To keep watch, preserve, guard, rriptta
tereo.
Matt 27. 36 And sitting down they watched him there
27. 54 they that were with him watching Jesus
WATCHER, watchman
I.To keep, watch, preserve, besiege, natsar.
Ki. 17.
Jer.
Isa. s:
33-
Hos. 9.
9 from the tower of the watchmen to th
8 from the tower of the watchmen to the
16 watchers come from a far country, and
6 watchmen upon the mount Ephraim sh
2. A watcher, ~?y ir.
Dan. 4. 13 watcher and an holy one came down from
4. 17 This matter (is) by the decree of the wat.
4. 23 whereas the king saw a watcher and an
3. To look out, watch, rr^y tsaphah.
1 Sa. 14. 16 watchmen of Saul in Gibeah of Benjamin
2 Sa. 18. 24 watchman went up to the roof over the
1 8. 25 watchman cried, and told the king. And
18. 26 watchman saw another, .and the watch.
1 8. 27 watchman said, Me thinketh the running
2 Ki. 9. 17 there stood a watchman on the tower in
9. 1 8 watchman told, saying, The messenger
9. 20 watchman told, saying.He came even unto
2. 8 watchmen shall lift up the voice ; with
56. 10 His watchmen (are) blind : they are all
Jer. 6. 17 Also I set watchmen over you,(saying), He.
Eze. 3. 17 have made thee a watchman unto the ho.
331 2 take a man . . and set him for their watch. !
33. 6 if the watchman see the sword come, and
6 his blood will I require at the watchma.
7 have set thee a watchman unto the house
8 watchman of Ephraim (was) with my God
4. To look out, ivatch, nsy tsaphah, 3.
Isa. 21. 6 Go, set a watchman, let him declare what
Mic. 7. 4 day of thy watchmen (and) thy visitation
5. To observe, tvatch, take heed, ~ay shamar.
Psa. 1 27. i except the LORD keep the city, the watc.
Song 3. 3 The watchmen that go about the city fo.
5. 7 The watchmen that went about the city
Isa. 21. ii Watchman, what of the night? Watchman
21. 12 watchman said, The morning cometh, and
62. 6 I have set watchmen upon thy walls, O J.
Jer. 51. I2 set up the watchmen, prepare the ambu.
WATER
1. Waters, water, D*a mayim.
Gen. i. 2 spirit of God moved on the face of the w
i. 6 midst of the waters, .let it divide the w.
i. 7 divided the waters . . from the waters wh.
i. 9 Let the waters under the heaven be gath.
i. 10 gathering together of the waters called
i. 20 Let the waters bring forth abundantly the
i. 21 which the waters brought forth abundan.
i. 22 fill the waters in the seas, and let fowl mu.
6. 17 I, do bring a flood of waters upon the ea.
7. 6 hundred years old when the flood of wat.
7. 7 into the ark, because of the waters of the
7. 10 that the waters of the flood were upon the
7- 17 waters increased, and bare up the ark, and
7. 18 waters prevailed, and were increased gr.
j. 18 and the ark went upon the face of the wa
7. 19 waters prevailed exceedingly upon theea
7. 20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters pr!
7- 24 waters prevailed upon the earth an hund
8. i to pass over the earth, and the waters as
S. 3 the waters returned . . the waters were ab
8. 5 waters decreased continually until the te
8. 7, 13 the waters were dried up from off the
3. 8 to see if the waters were abated from olf
8. 9 for the waters (were) on the face of the
8. ii so Noah knew that the waters were abated
9. 1 1 flesh be cut off any more by the waters of
(, on. 9. 15 waters shall no more become a flood tode
16. 7 found her by a fountain of water in the wi
18. 4 Let a little water, I pray you, be fetched
21. 14 took bread and a bottle of water and gave
21. 15 water was spent in the bottle, and she ca
21. 19 a well of water, .filled the bottle with wa!
21. 25 repro. Abtmelech because of a well of wa
24. ii kneel clown.. by a well of water at the time
24. 13 Behold, I stand (here) by the well of wa
24. 13 the daughters..come out to draw water
24. 17 Let me, I pray thee, drink a little water
24. 32 water to wash his feet, and the men s feet
24. 43 Behold, I stand by the well of water- and
24. 43 Give me, I pray thee, a little water of thy 25. 18 Isaac digged again the wells of water wh
26. 19 and found there a well of springing water
-5. 20 I he water (is) ours : and he called the na
20. 32 and said unto him, We have found water
37- 24 the pit (was) empty, (there was) no water
<3- 24 gave (them) water, and they washed their
xv H
49 4 L; " stal)le as water, thou shalt not excel .^oa.2. 10 gold, Because I drew him out of the water
4- 9 Jake
of the water., and the water which
7- 15 he goethout unto the water ; andthoush
7. 17 smite . . upon the waters which (are) in the
7. 18, 21 Egyptians, .to drink of the water of the
7. 19 the waters of Egypt, .all their pools of wa
7. 20 smote the;waters. .and all the waters that
7. 24 water, .they could not drink of the water
8. 6 stretched out his hand over the waters of
8. 20 lo, he cometh forth to the water; and say
12. 9 nor sodden at all with water, but roast
14. 21 made the sea dry (land) and the waters
14. 22, 29 the waters (were) a wall unto them on
14. 26 that the waters may come again upon the
14. 28 the waters returned, and covered the ch.
15. 8 with the blast of thy nostrils the waters
15. 10 they sank as lead in the mighty waters
15. 19 the LORD brought again the waters of the
15. 22 they went three days, .and found no wat.
15. 23 they could not drink of the waters of Ma.
15. 25 had cast into the waters, the waters were
;j. 27 twelve wells of water, .thereby the waters
17. i (there was) no water for the people to dr.
^7. 2 and said, Give us water that we may drink
17. 3 the people thirsted there for water, and
17. 6 there shall come water out of it, that the
20. 4 or that (is) in the water under the earth
23. 2; he shall bless thy bread, and thy water
eg. 4 shalt bring . . and shalt wash them with w.
30. 18 a laver. .and thou shalt put water therein
30. 20 they shall wash with water, that they die
32. 20 strawed (it).upon the water, and madethe ,
34. 23 hedid neithereat bread, nor drink water
40. 7 set the laver. .and shalt put water therein
40. 1 2 thou shalt bring . . and wash them with wa.
40. y he set the laver. .and put water there, to
Li", i. 9 But his inwards., shall he wash in water
i. 13 wash the inwards and the legs with water
6. 28 shall be both scoured, and rinsed in water
8. 6 Moses brought .. and washed them with w.
3. 21 washed the inwards and the legs in water
ii. 9 in the waters, .fins and scales in the waters
ii. 10 ill the waters, .which (is) in the waters
ii. 12 Whatsoever hath no flns. .in the waters
ii. 32 it must be put into water, and it shall be
ir. 34 (that) on which (such) water cometh shall
ii. 36 or pit, (wherein there is) plenty of water
1 1 . 38 if (any) water be put upon the seed, and
ii. 46 living creature that moveth in the waters
14. 5, 50 an earthen vessel over running water
14. 6 that (was) killed over the running water
14. S wash himself in water, that he may be
14. 9 he shall wash his flesh in water, and he
14. 51 dip them, .in the running water, and spri.
14. 52 cleanse the house, .with the running wa.
*5- 5> 6, 7, 8, 10, ii, 21, 22, 27 bathe.. in water
15. ii hath not rinsed his hands in water, he
15. 12 every vessel, .shall be rinsed in water
15. 13 bathe his flesh in running water, and sh.
15. 16 he shall wash all his flesh in water, and
15. 17 every skin, .shall be washed with water
13. 1 3 they shall (both) bathe themselves in wa.
ID. 4 therefore shall he wash his flesh in water
16. 24 lie shall wash his flesh with water in the
i ). 26 bathe his flesh in water, and afterward
1 6. 28 bathe his flesh in water, and afterward he
17. 15 bathe (himself) in water, and be unclean
22. 6 unclean, .unlesshewash his flesh with wa.
Kum. 5. 17 take holy water, .put (it) into the water
5. 18 have in his hand the bitter water that ca.
5. 19 be thou free from this bitter water that
5. 22 this water that causeth the curse shall go
5. 23 shall blot (them) out with the bitter wa.
5. 24 to drink the bitter water, .the water that
5. 26 shall cause the woman to drink the water
5. 27 to drink the water, .the water that caus.
8. 7 Sprinkle water of purifying upon them
19. 7 he shall bathe his flesh in water, and aft.
19. 8 in water, and bathe his flesh in water, and
19. 9 it shall be kept, .fora water of separation
19. 13 the water of separation was not sprinkled
19. 17 running water shall be put thereto in a
19. 18 take hyssop, and dip (it) in the water, and
19. 19 bathe himself in water, and shall be clean
19. 20 the water of separation hath not been sp.
19. 21 sprinkleth the water, .the water of sepa.
20. 2 there was no water for the congregation
20. 5 no place of seed., neither (is) there any wa.
20. 8 give forth his water . . water out of the ro.
20. 10 must we fetch you water out of this rock?
20. 1 1 the water came out abundantly, and the
WATER
Num 20. 13 This (is) the water of Meribah ; because
20. 17 neither will we drink (of)the water of the
20. 19 if I and my cattle drink of thy water, th.
2c. 24 because ye rebelled . . at the water of Me.
21. 5 no bread, neither(is thereany) water and
21. 16 Gather the people. .1 will give them wat.
21. 22 we will not drink (of) the waters of the
24. 6 as gardens, .as cedar trees beside the wa.
24. 7 He shall pour the water, .in many waters
27. 14 sanctify meat the water, .the water of M.
31. 23 purified with the water. . through the wa.
^3. 9 in Klim (were) twelve fountains of water
33. 14 Rephidim, where was no water for the pe.
Dsut. 2. 6 ye shall also buy water of them for money
2. 28 give me water for money, that I may dri.
4. 18 the likeness of anyflsh that(is)in thewa.
5. 8 or that(is)in the waters beneath the eartli
8. 7 a land of brooks of water, of fountains
8. 15 no water; who brought thee forth water
9.9! neither did eat bread nor drink water
9. 1 8 I did neither eat bread nor drink water
10. 7 from Gudgodah. .a land of rivers of wat.
n. 4 he made the water of the Red sea to over.
11. IT (and)drinketh water of the rain ofheaven
12. 16 ye shall pour it upon the earth as watur
12. 24 thou shalt pour it upon the earth as water
14. 9 ye shall eat of all that (are) iu the waters
15. 23 shalt pour it upon the ground as water
23. 4 met you not with bread and with water
23. ii he shall wash (himself) with water; and
29. ii the hewer, .unto the drawer of thy water
32. 51 ye trespassed, .at the waters of Meribah
33. 8 thou didst strive at the waters of Meribah
Josh. 2. 10 heard how the LORD dried up the water
3. 8 ye are come to the brink of the water of
3. 13 the soles., shall rest in the waters of Jordan
3. 13 waters, .shall be cut off (from) the waters
3. 15 feet, .were dipped in the brim of the wa.
3. 16 the waters which came down from above
4. 7, 7 the waters of Jordan were cut off
4. 18 the waters of Jordan returned unto their
4. 23 God dried up the waters of Jordan from
5. i the LORD had dried up the waters of Jo.
7. 5 hearts of the people melted, .as water
9. 21, 23, 27 hewers of wood and drawers of w.
ii. 5 pitched togetherat the waters of Merom
ii. 7 Joshua came, .against them bythe waters
15. 7 the border passed toward the waters of
15. 9 unto the fountain of the water of Nepht.
15. 19 answered, .give me also springs of water
16. i from Jordan by Jericho unto the water
1 8. 15 went out to the well of waters of Nepht.
Judg. i. 15 she said, .give me also springs of water
4. 19 Give me, I pray thee, a little water to dr.
5. 4 dropped, the clouds also dropped water
5. 19 then fought the kings, .by the waters of
5. 25 He asked water, (and) she gave (him) mi.
6. 38 dew out of the fleece, a bowl full of water
7. 4 bring them down unto the water, and I w.
7. 5 unto the water, .lappeth of the water wi.
7. 6 bowed down upon their knees to drink w.
1. 24, 24 the waters unto Beth-barah and Jord.
15. 19 an hollow place, .there came water ther.
i Sa. 7. 6 drew water, and poured (it) out before the
9. ii young maidens going out to draw water
25. ii Shall I then take my bread, and my water
26. ii take thou. .the cruse of water, and let us
26. 12 took the spear and the cruse of water fr.
26. 1 6 and the cruse of water that (was) at his
30. ii did eat; and they made him drink water
30. 12 eaten nobread.nordrunk (any) water, th.
a Sa. 5. 20 hath broken forth . . as the breach of wa.
12.27 fought . . and have taken the city of waters
14. 14 we must needs die, and (are) as water sp
17. 20 They be gone over the brook of water
17. 21 pass quickly over the water: for thus hath
21. 10 until water dropped upon them out of he.
22. 12 dark waters, (and) thick clouds of the sk.
22. 17 took me; he drew me out of many waters
23. 15 one would give me drink of the water of
23. 16 drew water out of the well of Beth-lehem
i Ki. 13. 8, 1 6 neither will I eat bread nor drink wa.
13. 9 Eat no bread, nor drink water, nor turn
13. 17 Thou shalt eat no bread nor drink water
13. 1 8 that he may eat bread and drink water
13. 19 did eat bread in his house, and drank wa.
13. 22 drunk water inithe place, .drink no water
14. 15 smite, .as a reed is shaken in the water
17. 10 Fetch me, I pray thee, a little water in a
1 8. 4 hid. .and fed them with bread and water
15. 5 Go., unto all fountains of water, and unto
1 8. 13 how I. .fed them with bread and water
18. 33 Fill four barrels with water, and pour(it)
18. 35 water ran round about, .also with water
:3. 38 licked up the water that (was) in the tre.
19. 6 (there was), .a cruse of water at his head
22. 27 feed him. .with water of affliction, until
x Ki. 2. 8 smote the waters, and they were divided
2. 14 smote the waters, .had smitten the wat.
2. 19 the water (is) naught, and the ground bar.
2. 21 spring of the waters, .healed these waters
2. 22 the waters were healed unto this day, ac.
3. 9 there was no water for the host, and" for
-i. ii which poured water on the hands of Elijah
3. 17 that valley shall be filled with water, that
3. 19 stop all wells of water, and marevery good
3. 20 there came water, .was filled with water
3. 22 sun shone upon the water., saw the water
3. 25 they stopped all the wells of water, and
5- 12 Abanaand Pharpar. .better than all the w.
(< 5 the ax head fell into the water: and he
6. 22 Set bread and water before them, that they
103G
2 Ki. 8. 15 dipped (it) in water, and spread (it) on his
18. 31 drink ye every one the waters of his ciste.
19. 24 I have digged and drunk strange waters
20. 20 how he made a pool, .and brought water
1 Ch. ii. 17 one would give me drink of the water of
11. 18 drew water out of the well of Beth-lehem
14. ii broken, .like the breaking forth of waters
2 Ch.i8. 26 feed him. .with water of affliction, until I
32. 3 to stop the waters of the fountains which
32. 4 Why should the kings, .find much water?
Ezra 10. 6 he did eat no bread, nor drink water : for
> uh. 3. 26 unto (the place) over against the water
8. i, 3 the street that (wu) before the water
S. 1 6 in the street of the water gate, and in the
9. ii threwest..as a stone into the mighty wate.
9. 15 broughtest forth water for them out of
9. 20 and gavest them water for their thirst
12. 37 above the house, .unto the Watergate ea.
13. 2 met not. .Israel with bread and with water
Job 3. 24 my roarings are poured out like the water
5. 10 Who giveth rain, .and sendeth waters up.
8. 1 1 can the rush . . the flag grow withoutwater ?
9. 30 If I wash myself with snow water, and
ii. 16 (and) remember (it) as waters that (pass)
12. 15 he withholdeth the waters, and theydry
14. 9 through the scent of water it will bud, and
14. ii (As) the waters fail from the sea, and the
14. 19 The waters wear the stones : thou washe.
15. 1 6 man, which drinketh iniquity like water
22. 7 Thou hast not given water to the weary
22. ii and abundance of waters cover thee
24. 18 He (is) swift as the waters ; their portion
24. 19 Drought and heat consume the snow wat.
26. 5 Dead (things) are formed . . under the wat.
26. 8 He bindeth up the waters in his thick
26. 10 He hath compassed the waters with bou.
27. 20 Terrors take hold on him as waters, a te.
28. 25 and he weigheth the waters by measure
29. 19 My root (was) spread out by the waters
34. 7 Job, (who)dnnkethup scorning like wa.?
36. 27 he maketh small the drops of water: they
37. 10 and the breadth of the waters is straitened
38. 30 The waters are hid as (with) a stone, and
38. 34 that abundance of waters may cover thee
Psa. i. 3 like a tree planted by the rivers of water
1 8. ii dark waters (and) thick clouds of the skies
18. 15 thechannels of waters were seen, and the
1 8. 16 took me, he drew me out of many waters
22. 14 I am poured out like water, and all my bo.
23. 2 he leadeth me beside the still waters
29. 3 (is) upon the waters, .(is) upon many wa.
32. 6 in the floods of great waters they shall
33. 7 He gathereth the waters of the sea toget.
42. i As the heart panteth after the water broo.
4 j. 3 (Though) the waters thereof roar (and) lie
58. 7 Let them melt away as waters (which) run
63. i a dry and thirsty land, where no water is
65. 9 the river of God, (which) is full of water
66. 1 2 we went through fire and through water
69. i for the waters are come in unto (my) soul
69. 2 I am comej
into deep waters, where the
69. 14 be delivered, .out of the deep waters
73. 10 waters of a full (cup) are wrung out to
74. 13 thou brakest the heads, .in the waters
77. 16 The waters saw thee, OGod, the waters
77. 17 The clouds poured out water; the skies
77. 19 thy path in the great waters, and thy fo.
78. 13 he made the waters to stand as an heap
78. 16 caused waters to run down like rivers
78. 20 he smote the rock, that the waters gush.
79. 3 Their blood have they shed like water
81. 7 I proved thee at the waters of Meribah
88. 17 They came round about me daily likewa.
93. 4 (is) mightier than the noise of many wat.
04. 3 Who layeth the beams, .in the waters
04. 6 the waters stood above the mountains
05. 29 He turned their waters into blood, and
05. 41 He opened the rock, and the waters gush.
06. ii the waters covered their enemies; there
06. 32 They angered (him) also at the waters of
07. 23 They, .that do business in great waters
07. 35 turneth the wilderness into a standing w.
09. 18 let it come into his bowels like water, and
14. 8 water, the flint into a fountain of waters
19. 136 Rivers of water run down mine eyes, be.
24. 4 the waters had overwhelmed us, the stre.
24. 5 Then the proud waters had gone over our
36. 6 stretched out the earth above the waters
44. 7 deliver me out of great waters, from the
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47. 1 8 he causeth his wind to blow, (and) the wa. i
48. 4 ye waters that (be) above the heavens
Prov. 5. 15 Drink waters outof thine own cistern, and
5. 16 dispersed abroad, (and) rivers of waters
8. 24 (were) no fountains abounding with water
8. 29 the waters should not pass his command.
9. 17 Stolen waters are sweet, and bread (eaten)
17. 14 of strife (is as) when one letteth out water
18. 4 The words, .(areas)deep waters, (and)the
20. 5 Counsel in the heart, .(like) deep water
21. i king s heart (is), .(as) the rivers of water
25. 21 if he be thirsty, give him water to drink
25. 2s(As)cold waters toathirsty soul, so(is)good
27. 19 As in water face(answereth)toface, so the
30. 4 who hath bound the waters in a garment?
30. 16 the earth (that) is not filled with water
Eccl. 2. 6 I made me pools of water, to water there.
ii. i Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou
Song 4. 15 a well of living waters, and streams from
5. 12 (eyes) of doves by the rivers of waters
8. 7 Many waters cannot qiiench love, neither
Isa. i. 22 become dross, thy wine mixed with water
i. 30 and as a garden that hath no water
WATER
Isa. 3. i stay of bread, and the whole stay of water
8. 6 this
people refuseth the waters of shiloa i
8. 7 the Lord bringeth up upon them the wat
11. g the earth shall be full, .as the waters co.
12. 3 with joy shall ye draw water out of the
14. 23 I will also make it. .pools of water, and
15. 6 the w aters of Nimrim shall be desolate
15. 9 the watersof Dimon shall be full of blood
17. 12, 13 like the rushing of. .waters
1 8. 2 in vessels of bulrushes upon the waters
19. 5 the waters shall fail from the sea, and the
19. 8 they that spread netsupon the waters sh.
21. 14 The inhabitants, .brought water to him t.
22. 9 ye gathered together the waters of thelo.
22. 1 1 between the two walls for the water of
23- 3 by great waters the seed of Sihor, the ha.
28. 2 as a flood of mighty waters overflowing
28. 17 the waters shall overflow the hiding place
30. 14 a sherd . . to take water (withal) out" of the
30. 20 the bread of adversity, and the water of
30. 25 streams of waters in the day of the great
32. 2 as rivers of water in a dry place ; as the
32. 20 Blessed (are) ye that sow beside all waters
33. 16 bread shall be given him, his waters (sha.
35. 6 iu the wilderness shall waters break out
35. 7 and the thirsty land springs of water
36. 16 drink ye every one the waters of his own
37. 25 I have digged, and drunk water; and wi.
40. 12 Who hath measured the waters in the ho.
41. 17 (When)tliepoorandneedyseekwater,and
41. 18 make the wilderness a pool of water, and
41. 18 Iwillmake. .the dry land springs of water
43. 2 When thou passest through the waters, I
43. 16 which maketh. .a path in the mighty wa.
43. 20 I give waters in the wilderness, (and) riv.
44. 3 I will pour water upon him that is thirsty
44. 12 strength faileth: he drinkethno water,and
48. i are come forth outof the waters of Judali
i 48. 21 he caused the waters, .waters gushed out
49. 10 by the springs of water shall he guide th.
50. 2 fish stinketh, because (there is) no water
51. 10 which hath dried the sea, the waters of
54. 9 this (is as) the waters, .the watersof Xoah
55. i come ye to the waters, and he that hath
57. 20 the troubled sea . . whose waters cast up
58. ii and like a spring, .whose waters fail not
63. 12 dividing the water before them, to make
64. 2 the fire causeth the waters to boil, to make
JY.r. 2. 13 living waters, .that can hold no water
2. 1 8 to drink the waters, .the watersof then.
6. 7 As a fountain casteth out her waters, so
8. 14 put us to silence, and given us water of
9. i O that my head were waters, and mine
9. 15 I will feed . .and give them water of gall
9. 1 8 that, .our eyelids gush out with waters
10. 13 a multitude of waters in the heavens, and
13. i get thee a linen girdle, .put it not in wa.
14. 3 have sent their little ones to the waters
14. 3 they came to the pits, (and) found no wa.
15. 1 8 wilt thou be. .as;a liar., waters (that) fail
17. 8 he shall be as a tree planted by the waters
17. 13 have forsaken, .the fountain of living wa.
1 8. 14 shall the cold flowing waters that come
23. 15 I will, .make them drink the waters of g.
31. q I will cause them to walk by. .waters in
38. 6 in the dungeon, .no water, but mire : so
41. 12 found him by the great waters, .in Gibeon
46. 7 this, .whose waters are moved as the ri.?
46. 8 and (his) waters are moved like the rivers
47. 2 Behold, waters rise up out of the north
48. 34 the waters also of Ximrim shall be desol.
50. 38 A drought (is) upon her waters; and they
51. 13 thou that dwellest upon many waters
51. 16 a multitude of waters in the heavens
51. 55 when her waves do roar like great waters
Lam. i. 1 6 mine eye runneth down with water, bee.
2. 19 pour out thine heart like water before the
3. 48 Mine eye runneth down with . .water for
3. 54 Waters flowed over mine head . . I said
5. 4 We have drunken our water for money
1 ze. i. 24 like the noise of great waters, as the voi.
4. ii Thou shalt drink also water by measure
4. 16 they shall drink w.Uer by measure, and
4. 17 That they may wantbread and water, and
7. 17 hands, .all knees shall be weak (as) water
12. 18 drink thy water with trembling and with
12. 19 drink their water with astonishment, that
1 6. 4 neither wast thou washed in water to su
16. 9 Then washed I thee with water; yea, I
17. 5 placed (it) by great waters, .set it. .a wil.
17. 8 I^was planted in a good soil by great wa.
19. 10 by the waters, .by reason of many waters
21. 7 all knees shall be weak (as) water: behold
24. 3 Set on a pot. .and Uso pour water into it
26. 12 shall lay. .thy dust in the midst of thewa.
26. 19 when I shall bring up the deep.. great wa
27. 26 rowers have brought thee into great wat
27. 34 broken by the seas in the depths of thewa.
. 4 The waters made him great, the deep set
, 5 because of the multitude of waters, when
7 Thus was he fair .. his root was by great w.
14 that none of all the trees by the waters
14 neither their trees, .all that drink water
3 . 15 the great waters were stayed ; and I cans.
31. 16 all the trees, .all that drink water, shall
32. 2 thou. .troubledst the waters with thy fe.
32. 13 I will destroy, .from beside thegreat wa.
32. I* Then will I make their writers deep, and
34. 18 and to have drunk of the deep waters
36. 25 Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you
43. 2 his voice (was) like a noise of many wat.
47. i waters issued out. . the waters came dowa
Jon.
Nuh.
WATER
Eze. 47. 2 behold, there ran out waters on the right
47. 3, 4 brought me through the waters: the w.
47- 4 brought me through ; the waters(were) to
47. 5 the waters were risen, waters to swim in
47. 8 These waters . . the waters shall be healed
47. 9 because these waters shall come thither
47. 12 their waters they issued out of the sanct.
47. 19 from Tamar. .to the waters of strife (in)
48. 28 froin i amar(unto) the watersof strife (in) Dan. i. 12 let them give us pulse to eat, and water
12. 6, 7 which (was) upon the waters of the ri.
Hos. 2. 5 lovers, that give, .my bread and my wa.
5. 10 will pour out my wrath upon them. .wat.
10. 7 king is cut oif as the foam upon the wat.
Joel i. 20 the rivers of waters are dried up, and the
3. 18 the rivers of Judah shall flow with waters
Amos 4. S three..wandered unto one city, todrinkw.
5. 8 that calleth for the waters of the sea, and
5. 24 let judgment run down as waters, and ri.
S. ii not. .a thirst for water, but of hearing
9. 6 he that calleth for the waters of the sea
2. 5 waters compassed me about.. to the soul
5. 7 Let neither man nor beast.. drink water
4 as the waters.. poured down a steep pla.
8 But Nineveh (is) of old like a pool of wa.
8 that was situate among the rivers, .water
3. 14 Draw thee witersforthe Hab. siege, fortify thy 2. 14 shall be filled, .as the waters cover the
3. 10 the overflowing of the water passed by
3. 15 through the sea. .the heap of great wate
Zech. 9. ii sent, .out of the pit wherein (is) no wat.
14. 8 living waters shall go out from Jerusalem
2. A flowing, flood, torrent, irora.fj.6s potamos.
2 Co. ii. 26 jourueyings often, .perils of waters.. perils
3. Water, vSiap hudor.
Matt. 3. ii I indeed baptize you with water unto re.
3. 16 Jesus, .went up straight way out of the wa.
8. 32 into the sea, and perished in the waters
14. 28 Lord, .bid me come unto thee on the wa.
14. 29 Peter, .walked on the water, to go to Jes.
17. 15 falleth into the fire, and oft in to the water
27- 24 Pilate.. took water, and washed (his) hands HarK i. 81 indeed have baptized you with water
i. 10 straightway coming up out of the water
9. 22 cast him into the fire, and into the waters
9. 41 whosoever shall give you a cup of water
14. 13 meet you a man bearing a pitcher of water
Luke 3. 16 saying.. I indeed baptize you with water
7. 44 I entered, .thou gavest me no water for
8. 24 rebuked the wind, the raging of thewater
8. 25 he commandeth even the wiudsand water
16. 24 that he may dip the tip of his finger in wa
22. 10 a man meet you, bearing a pitcher of wa
John i. 26 I baptize with water: but there staudeth
i. 31 therefore am I come baptizing with water
1. 33 but he that sent me to baptize with water
2. 7 Jesus saith unto them, Fill . .pots with wa.
2. 9 had tasted the water that was made wine
i. 9 the servants which drew the water knew
3. 5 Except a man be born of water and (of)
3. 23 John, .because there was much water th
4. 7 There cometh a woman of S. to draw wa
4. 10 and he would have given thee living water
4. 1 1 whence then hast thou that living water
4. 13 Whosoeverdrinketh of this water shall th
4. 14 But whosoever drinkethof the waterthat
4. 14 [water].. shall be in him a well of water
4- 15 Sir, give me this water, that I thirst not
4. 46 Caua of Galilee, where he made the water
5. 3 lay.. [waiting forthe moving of the water]
5. 4 [an angel went down., and troubled the w.]
5. 4 [then first after the troubling of the water]
5. 7 I have no man, when the wateris troubled
7. 38 out of his belly shall flow rivers of.. water
13. 5 he poureth water into a bason, and began
19. 34 forthwith came there out blood and water
Acts i. 5 John truly baptized with water; but ye
8. 36 as they went., they came untoa certain wa
8. 36 and the eunuch said, See, (here is) water
8. 38 they went down both into the water both
8. 39 when they were come up out of the water
10. 47 Can any man forbid water, that these sh
11. ID John indeed baptized with water- but ye
Epn. 5 . 26 cleanse it with the washing of water by Heb. 9. 19 lie took, .water, and scarlet wool, and hy
10. 22 having, .our bodies washed with pure wa
Jas. 3 . 12 so (can) no fountain botli yield salt water
1 Pe. 3 . 20 few, that is, eight souls, were saved by wa
2 Pe. 3. 5 standing out of the water and in the wat
3. 6 the world, .being overflowed with water
i Jo. 5. 6 This is he that came by water and blood
5. 6 not by wateronly, but by waterand blood
5. 8 the spirit, and the water, and the blood
Kev. 1.15 and his voice as the sound of many waters
7. 17 lead them unto living fountains of water
8. 10 and it fell . . upon the fountains of waters
8. ii the third part of the waters became wor
8. 1 1 many men died of the waters, because
n. 6 have power over waters to turn them to
12. 1 5 the serpent cast out of his mouth water as
14. 2 Iheard a voice from heaven, .ofmany wat.
14- 7 that made, .the sea, and the fountains of
16. 4 poured.. upon the riversand fountainsofw
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J heartl tne agel of the waters say 16. 12 the water thereof was dried up, that the
17. i the great whore that sitteth upon many w.
17. 15 Ihe waters which thoii sawest, where the
19. 6 as the voice of many waters, and as the
21. 6 of the fountain of the water of life freely
22. i ne showed me a pure river of water of life
22. 17 whosoever will, let him take the water of
1037 WAX
WATER, with or vrithout
1. With water of c? [be-mayim} [V.L. ica bemol
9- 30 If I wash myself with snow water, and
2. Without water, waterless, &w$pos anudros
2 Pe. 2. 17 These are wells without water, clouds
12 clouds (they are) without water, carried
WATER, (abundantly), be watered, to
l.Aspnnkling or fertilizing shower, fj ni zarziph.
^Psa.
72. 6 the mown grass; as showers ({hat) water
2. To cause to shoot or pour forth, to- yara 5
Irovn. 25 The liberal soul, .shall be"watered also
3. To melt, waste, ng,p masah, 5.
Psa. 6. 6 make I my bed to swim ; I water my co.
4. To fill, be filled, satisfied, watered, ,in ravah, 3
Isa. 65. 10 Thouwaterest the ridges thereof aband.
^isa.
16. 9 I will water thee with my tears, Hesh.
5. To fill, satisfy, water, nn ravah, 5.
Prov.n. 25 The liberal soul, .he that watereth shall
^isa.
5 =. 10 returneth not thither.but watereth the ear.
6. To water, give to drink, p?B> shuq, 3.
Psa. 65. 9 Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it
7. To water, give or cause to drink, n$y shaqah 5
Gen. 2. 6 and watered the whole face of the ground
2. 10 a river went out of Eden to water the ga
29. 2 for out of that well they watered the flo.
29. 3 watered the sheep, and put the stone ag
29. 7 water ye the sheep/and go (and)feed(th.)
29. 8 they roll the stone, .then we water the sh
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, ,^the flouk of Laban llis mother s br. Lxod 2. 16 filled the troughs to water their father s
2. 17 Moses stood up and helped them, and w
2. 19 drew (water) enough for us, and watered
Dentil. 10 wateredst (it) with thy foot, as a garden
:I sa. 104. 13 He watereth the hills from his chambers
Eccl. 2. 6 to water therewith the wood that briuge Isa. 27. 3 I the Loin; do keep it; I will water it ev
Eze. 17. 7 might water it by the furrows of her pla
32. 6 I will also water with thy blood the land
Joel 3. 18 a fountain . .shall water the valley of Shi.
8. To water, give to drink, irorifa potizo.
Lukei 3 . 15 from the stall, and lead (him) away to w
i Co. 3. 5 I haveplanted, Apollos watered; but God
3. 7 planteth any thing, neither he that wate
3. 8 Now he that planteth and he that water.
WATER, to drink
To drink water, vSpoirorfu hudropoted.
1 Ti. 5. 23 Drink no longer water, but use a little w.
WATER course, flood, spout, spring
1. Flowing of waters, C 2 S:r [uabal].
Isa. 44. 4 spring., as willows by the water courses
2. Outlet of water, cv? xyio motsa mayim.
2 Ch. 3 2. 30 Hezekiah also stopped the upper water c
isa. 107. 33 He turueth. .water springs into dry gro
107. 35 He turneth . . dry ground into water spri
Isa. 41. 1 8 I will make, .the dry land springs of wa
58. ii thou shalt be like., a spring of water, wh.
3.A gutter, canal, conduit, niJS tsinnor.
Psa. 42. 7 unto deep at the noise of thy water spouts
4. Stream orflood ofwater, D D rtap shibboleth mayim Psa. 69. 15 Let not the waterflood overflow me, nei.
5.A trench, conduit, n^-p tealah.
Job 38. 25 Who hath divided a water course for the
WATERED, watering, well
\.Water, of waters, c;a mayim.
Gen. 3o. 3 8 in the gutters in the watering troughs wh.
2. Watering, npveb mashqeh.
Gen. 13. 10 it (was) well watered every where, before
o.Full, satiated, nrj raveh.
Isa. 5 8. n thou shalt be like a watered garden, and
Jer. 3 i. I2 their soul shall be as a watered garden
4. Watering, -i ri.
Job 37. ii Also by watering he wearieth the thick cl
WATERPOT
A water vessel, vSpla hudria.
John 2. 6 thereweresettheresixwatorpotsof stone
2. 7 Jesus saith. .Fill the waterpots with water
4. 28 The woman then left her waterpot, and
WATERS OF MEROM, Gil? a.
A lake ten miles N. of the Sea of Chinnereth, and now
called el-Huleh, through which the Jordan flows in its
passage southward.
Josh ii. 5 came and pitched, .at the waters of Jr.
ii. 7 came .. against them by the waters of M.
WATERS OF STRIFE, .15-19 -p. See. Merlbah.
Eze. 47. 19 from Tamar (even) to the waters of strife
48. 28 from Tarnar (unto) the waters of strife(in) WAVE
1. High place, height, .12? bamah,
Job 9. 8 and treadeth upon the waves of the sea
2. Rolling thing, billow, wave, Si qal. Job 38. ii and here shall thy proud waves be stayed Isa. 65. 7 the noise of their waves, and the tumult
89. 9 when the waves thereof arise, thou still
107. 25 stormy wind, which lifteth up the waves
107. 29 a calm, so that the waves thereof are still
Isa. 48. 18 thy righteousness as the waves of the sea
Isa. 51. , 5 that divided the sea, whose waves roared
Jer. 5 . 22 though the wa\ es thereof toss themselves
31 35 divideth the sea when the waves thereof
51. 42 covered with the multitude of the waves
Si- 55 when her waves do roar like great waters
*.ze. 26. 3 as the sea causeth his waves to come up J on 2. 3 thy billows and thy waves passed over mo ^eeh 10. ii shall smite the waves in the sea, and all
3.A breaker, 53 doki.
Psa. 93 . 3 their voice ; the floods lift up their waves
l.A breaker, TSPQ mithbar.
2 Sa. 22. 5 When the waves of death compassed me
7 H y w
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aves a" (1 thy 1)illt)Wii are g" e oyer
8. 7 thou hast afflicted (me) with all thy wav
93- 4 Os) mightier., (than) the mighty waves <,f
5.A ivashing, surging, K\V$WI> kludun.
Jas. i. 6 he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea
6.A wave, billow, Kvpa, kuma.
Matt. 8. 24 that the ship was covered with the waves
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1 the Illidst of the sta, tossed with waves ark 4 . 37 the waves beat into the ship, so that it Acts 27. 4 i was broken with the violence [of the wa 1
13 Raging waves of the sea, foaming out th.
7. Shaking, agitation, <rd\os salos.
Luke 21. 25 perplexity ; the sea and the waves roaring
WAVE, be waved, waver, to
l.l o wave, shake, ) nujih, 5.
Exod 29. 24 shalt wave them (for) a. .offering before
29. 20 and wave it (for) a . . ottering before the L
Lev. 7 . 3o bring, that the breast may be waved (for)
5. 27 waved them(for) a. .ottering before the L
8. 29 Moses took the breast, and waved it (for)
9. 21 and the right shoulder Aaron waved (for)
10. 15 to wave (it for) a. .offering before the L
14. 12 wave them (for) a. .ottering before the L
14. 24 the priest shall wave them (for) a offer
23. ii wave the sheaf, .the priest shall wave it
23. 12 ys shall offer that day when ye wave the
23. 20 the priest shall wave them with the bread Num. 5 . 25 shall wave the offering before the LOKD
6. 20 the priest shall wave them (for) a. .offer.
2. To be waved, ]?: nuph, 6.
Exod 2g. 27 which is waved, and which is heaved up
3. Wave offentuj, shaking, nsup tenup/iah.
Lev. 14. 21 he shall take one Iamb.. to be waved, to
4. Tojudye diversely, hesitatingly, StaKpivu dtakritio
i. 6 nothing wavering. For he that wavereth
WAVE (offering), without wavering
l.Wave o/ering, shaking, .-$;;n tenuphah. Exod 29. 24 them (for) a wave offering before the Lo
29. 26 wave it (for) a wave ottering before the L
29. 27 sanctify the breast of the wave offering
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Lev. 7 . 3o the breast may be. .(for; a wave offerin"
7. 34 the wave breast and the heave shoulde"
8. 27, 29 (for) a wave offering before the LORD
9. 21 Aaron waved (for) a wave offering before
10. 14 the wave breast and heave shoulder shall
10. 15 the wave breast, .a wave offering before
14. 12, 24 (for) a wave offering before the LORD
23. 15 ye brought the sheaf of the wave offering
23. 17 Ye shall bring, .two wave loaves of two
23. ao (for) a wave offering before the LORD, with
Num. 6. 20 a wave offering, .with the wave breast
18. ii with all the wave offerings of thechildrcn
18. 18 as the wave breast and as the right shou.
2. Without inclining or bending, h.K\ivi\s aMines.
Heb.io. 23 hold fast the profession. .without waver
WAX
Wax, Jjii, j.i~ donag.
Psa. 22. 14 my heart is like wax; it is melted in the
68. 2 as wax melteth before the fire . .let the wi
97. 5 The hills melted like wax at the presence
Mic. i. 4 shall be cleft, as wax before the fire, (and) WAX (louder, old, strong, warm, short), to
1.70 go on, proceed, ^n, r^; yalak, halak.
2 Sa. 3. i David waxed . . the house of Saul waxed
1 Ch.n. 9 David waxed greater and greater : forthe
2 Ch.i 7 . 12 And Jehoshaphat waxed great exceeding
Esth. 9. 4 this man Mordecai waxed greater and gi\
2. To be or become aged, |pr zaqen,
Josh.23. i that Joshua waxed old (and) stricken in a
2 Ch.24. 15 Jehoiada waxed old, and was full of daya
3. To become aged, fp: zaqen, 5.
Job 14. 8 Though the root thereof wax old in the
4. To be melted, to flow, 2lr zarab, 4.
Job 6. 17 What time they wax warm, they vanish
5. Strong, hard, loud, ptn chazeq.
Exodig. 19 when the voice., waxed louder and louder
6. To reap, shorten, i$j? qatsar.
Numii. 23 Is the LORD S hand waxed short? thoush.
7. To become aged, yTipda-Kia gcrask<~>.
Heb. 8. 13 Now that which decayeth and waxethoU
8. To become, yivo^.ai ginomai.
Luke 13. 19 and it grew, and waxed a great tree
Heb. ii. 34 waxed valiant in fight, turned to flight the
9. To strike forward, advance, irpoKoirru prokopt<~>
2 TL 3. 13 evilmeiiundseducersshallwax worseaud
WAY 1038 WAY
10. To strenythen, make strong, Kpa.ra.ioo>
krataioo.
Luke i. 80 the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit
2. 40 the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit
[See also Bold, cold, confident, dim, faint, fat, feeble,
great, gross, hot, lean, mighty, old, pale, rich, sore,
strong, wanton, warm.]
"WAY
1 Customary or ordinary path or way, rnx orach.
Job 16. 22 then I shall go the way.. I shall not retu.
io. 8 He hath fenced up my way that I cannot
22. 15 Hast thou marked the old way which wi.
30. 12 they raise up against me the ways of their
34. ii cause, .man to find according to (his) ways
i sa. 44. 1 8 neither have our steps declined from thy
io. 9 Wherewithal shall, .man cleanse his way.
19. 15 meditate, .and have respect unto thy w.
19. ioi I have refrained my feet from every, .w.
19. 104 Through thy precepts.. I hate every fa. w.
19. 128 (to be) right; (and) I hate every false way
42. 3 in the way wherein I walked have they
Prov. i. 19 So (are) the ways of every one that is gr
2. 15 Whose ways (are) crooked, and (they) fr.
4. 14 the wicked, and go not in the way of evil
8. 20 I lead in the way of righteousness, in the
9 15 call passengers who go right on their ways
io. 17 He (is in) the way of life that keepeth in
12. 28 In the way of righteousness (is) life, and
i c. io grievous unto him that forsaketh the way
15. 19 but the way of the righteous (is) made pi.
1 5 . 24 The way of life (is) above to the wise, that
17. 23 taketh a gift., to pervert the ways of jud
22. 25 Lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare
Isa. 26. 7 The way of the just (is) uprightness : thou
26. 8 in the way of thy judgments, O LORD, have
30. 1 1 Get you out of the way, turn aside out of
41. 3 by the way . . he had not gone with his feet
2. Customary path or way, rnx orcha.
Dan. 4. 37 whose works (are) truth, and his ways ju.
5. 23 the God. .whose (are) all thy ways hast
3. Earth, land, ground, px erets.
Gen. 35. 16 there was but a little way to
48. 7 but a little way to come unto Kphrath
2 Ki. 5. 19 Go. .So he departed from him a little way
4. To go or come in, ..
Gen. 24. 62 Isaac came from the way of the well La.
5. Trodden path or way, ^173 derek.
Gen. 3. 24 flaming sword . . to keep the way of the
6. 12 all flesh had corrupted his way upon the
16. 7 found her. .by the fountain in the way to
1 8. 19 they shall keep the way of the LORD, to
19. 2 ye shall rise up early, and go on your w.
24. 27 I . .in the way, the LORD led me to the ho
24. 40 his angel with thee, and prosper thy way
24. 42 if now thou do prosper my way which I
24. 48 which had led me in the right way to take
24. 56 seeing the LORD hath prospered my way
28. 20 If God . . will keep me in this way that I
32. i Jacob went on his way, and the angels of
33. 16 Esaureturned that day on his way unto S.
35. 3 and was with me in the way which I went
35. 19 Rachel died, and was buried in the way
38. 14 sat in an open place, Which (is) by the way
38. 16 he turned unto her by the way, and said
42. 25 and to give them provision for the way
42. 38 if mischief befall him by the way in the
45. 21 Joseph, .gave them provision for the way
45. 23 bread and meat for his father by the way
45. 24 said . .See that ye fall not out by the way
48. ^ R. died . . in the land of Canaan in the way
48. 7 I buried her there in the way of Ephrath
49. 17 Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an ad.
Exod.4. 24 it came to pass by the way in the inn, that
13. 17 God led them not. .the way of the land
13. 1 8 the way of the wilderness of the Red sea
13. 21 went before them, .to lead them the way
1 8. 8 all. .that had come upon them by the way
1 8. 20 shalt show them the way wherein they
23. 20 I send an angel, .to keep thee in the way
32. 8 They have turned aside, .out of the way
33. 3 I will not. .lest I consume thee in the w.
33. 13 show me now thy way, that I may know
Lev. 26. 22 I will . . send wild beasts .. and your .. ways
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uui.i4. 25 the wilderness by the way of the Red sea
20. 17 we will go by the king s (high) way, we
ii. i that Israel came by the way of the spies
21. 4 way of the Red sea. .because of the way
21. 22 we will go along by the king s (high) way
21. 33 they turned, and went up by the way of
22. 22 the angel of the LORD stood in the way for
22. 23, 31 angel of the LORD standing in the way
22. 23 the ass turned aside out of the way, and
22. 23 smote the ass, to turn her into the way
22. 26 where (was) no way to turn either to the
22. 32 because (thy) way is perverse before me
22. 34 that thou stoodest in the way against me
24. 25 Balaam rose up. .Balak also went his way
Deut. i. 2 from Horeb by the way of Mount Seir unto
i. 19 which ye saw by the way of the mountaii
i. 22 bring us word again by what way we musl
T. 31 in all the way that ye went, until ye came
i. 33 went in the way . .by what way ye shoulr
1. 40 take your journey, .by the way of theRec
2. i took our journey, .by the way of the Red
2. 8 through the way. .passed by the way of
3. i we turned, and went up the way to Bash
5. 33 Ye shall walk in all the ways which the
6. 7 when thou walkest by the way, and when
8. 2 thou shalt remember all the way which
Deut. 8. 6 to walk in his ways, and to fear him
9. 12 quickly turned aside out of the way which
9. 16 turned asidequickly outof the way which
10. 12 to walk in all his ways, and to love him
11. 19 when thou walkest by the way, when
ii. 22 to walk in all his ways, and to cleave unto
11.28 turn aside out of the way which I command
11. 30 by the way where the sun goethdown, in
13. 5 to thrust thee out of the way which the L.
14. 24 if the way be too long for thee, so thatth.
17. 16 shall henceforth return no more that way
19. 3 Thou shalt prepare thee a way, and divide
19. 6 overtake him, because the way is long, and
19. 9 to love, .and to walk ever in his ways
22. 4 not see. .his ox fall down by the way
22. 6 chance to be before thee in the way in any
23. 4 met you not. .with water in the way
24. 9 LORD thy God did unto Miriam by the way
25. 17 Remember what Amalek did. .by the way
25. 18 he met thee by the way, and smote the
26. 17 to walk in his ways, and to keep his stat.
27. 18 niaketh the blind to wander outof the w.
28. 7 one way, and flee before thee seven ways
28. 9 thou shalt keep, .and walk in his ways
28. 25 gooutoneway. .and flee seven ways before
28. 29 thou shalt not prosper in thy ways : and
28. 68 by the way whereof I spake unto thee, T.
30. 16 to walk in his ways, and to keep his com.
^i. 29 turn aside from the way which I have co.
32. 4 his work (is)perfect ; forall his ways(are)
Josh. i. 8 thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and
2. 7 the men pursued after them the way to
2. 16 and afterward may ye go your way
2. 22 pursuers sought (them) . .all the way, but
3. 4 know the way . . have not passed (this) wa.
5. 4, 5 in the wilderness by the way as they
5. 7 had not circumcised them by the way
8. 15 and fled by the way of the wilderness
10. io chased them along the way that goeth up
12. 3 the salt sea on the east, the way to Beth.
22. 5 to walk in all his ways, and to keep his
23. 14 this day I (am) going the way of
a|l the
24. 17 preserved us in all the way wherein we
Judg. 2. 17 they turned quickly out of the way which
2.19 they ceased not . . from their stubborn way
2. 22 whether they will keep the way of the Lo.
5. io sit in judgment, and walk by the way
8. 1 1 Gideon went up by the way of them that
9. 25 robbed all that came along that way by
1 8. 5 we may know whether our way which we
1 8. 6 before the LORD (is) your way wherein ye
18. 26 And the children of Dan went their way
19. 9 get you early on your way, that thou ma.
19. 27 opened the doors . . to go his way ; and, be.
20. 42 they turned, .unto the way of the wildern.
Ruth i. 7 they went on the way to return unto the
1 Sa. i. 18 the woman went her way, and did eat
6. 9 if it goeth up by the way of his own coast
6. 12 the kine took the straight way to the way
8. 3 his sons walked not in his ways, but turn.
8. 5 thy sons walknotin thy.ways : now make
9. 6 he can show us our way that we should
9. 8 give to the man of God to tell us our way
12. 23 will teach you the good and the right wa.
1 3. 17 one company turned unto the way. . unto
13.18 turned the way (to) B. . . turned (to) the w.
15. 2 Amalek. .how he laid, .for him in the way
1 5. 20 have gone the way which the LORD sent
17. 52 wounded, .fell down by the way to Shaa.
1 8. 14 D. behaved himself wisely in all his ways
24. 3 he came to the sheep cotes by the way
24. 7 But Saul rose up. .and went on (his) way
25. it David s young men turned their way, and
26. 3 which (is) before Jeshimon, by the way
26. 25 David went on his way, and Saul returned
28. 22 have strength when thou goeston thy way
30. 2 but carried . . away, and went on their way
2 Sa. 2. 24 by the way of the wilderness of Gibeon
13. 30 it came to pass, while they were in thew.
, 3. 34 by the way of the hill side behind him
15. 2 Absalom . . stood beside the way of the gate
1 5. 23 the people passed over, toward the way of
16. 13 And as David and his men went by the w.
18. 23 Ahimaaz ran by the way of the plain, and
22. 22 For I have kept the ways of the LORD
22. 31 God, his way (is) perfect; the word of the
22. 33 God (is) my strength, .he maketh my way
i Ki. i 49 all . .rose up, and went every man his way
2. 2 I go the way of all the earth: be thou str.
2. 3 to walk in his ways, to keep his statutes
2. 4 If thy children take heed to their way, to
3. 14 if thou wilt walk in my ways, to keep
8. 25 that thy children take heed to their way
8. 32 condemning the wicked, to bring his w.
8. 36 that thou teach them the good way whe.
8. 39 give to every man according to his ways
8. 58 to walk in all his ways, and to keep his
ii. 29 Ahijah the Shilonite found him in thew.
ii. 33 and have not walked in my ways, to do
ii. 38 wilt walk in my ways, and do. .right in
13. 9 nor turn again by the same way that thou
13. io he went another way. .not by the way
13. 12 What way went he?, .had seen what way
1 3. 17 nor turn again to go by the way that thou
13. 24 a lion met him by the way, and slew him
13. 24 his carcase (was) cast in the way, and the
13. 25 saw the carcase cast in the way, and the
13. 26 that brought him back from the way hea.
13. 28 he went and found his carcase cast in thew
13. 33 Jeroboam returned not from his evil way
15. 26 walked in the way of his father, and in
15. 34 walked in the way of Jeroboam, and in
1 Ki. 1 6. 2 thou hast walked in the way of Jeroboam
1 6. 19 in walking in the way of Jeroboam, and
16. 26 he walked in all the way of Jeroboam the
18. 6 went one way . . Obadiah went another w.
18. 7 as Obadiah was in the way, behold, Eli.
19. 15 Go, return on thy way to the wilderness
20. 38 and waited for the king by the way, and
22. 43 he walked in all the ways of Asa his fath.
22. 52 walked in the way of his father, and in
22. 52 the way of his mother, and in the way of
2 Ki. 2. 23 as he was going up by the way, there came
3. 8 Which way. .he answered, The way thro.
3. 20 there came water by the way of Edom
6. 19 This (is) not the way, neither (is) thisthe
7. 15 all the way (was) full of garments aud ve.
8. 18, 27 And he walked in the way of the
9. 27 Ahaziah. .fled by the way of the garden
10. 12 he (was) at the shearing house in the way
11. 16 and she went by the way by the which
1 1. 19 came by the way of the gate of the guard
1 6. 3 he walked in the way of the kings of Isr.
17. 13 Turn ye from your evil ways, and k^ep
19. 28 I will turn thee back by the way by wh.
19. 33 By the way that he came, by the same
21. 21 he walked in all the way that his father
21. 22 and walked not in the way of the LORD
22. 2 walked in all the way of David his father
25. 4 by the way of the gate between two walls
25. 4 (the king) went the way toward the plain
2 Ch. 6. 1 6 that thy children take heed to their way
6. 23 recompensing his way upon his own head
6. 27 when thou hast taught them the good way
6. 30 unto every man according unto all his w.
6. 31 to walk in thy ways, so long as they live
6. 34 go. .by the way that thou shalt send th.
7. 14 If my people, .turn from their wicked w.
11.17 for three years they walked in the way of
13. 22 the rest of the acts of Abijah, and his w.
17. 3 he walked in the first ways of his father
.7. 6 his heart was lifted up in the ways of the
1 8. 23 Which way went the spirit of the LORD
20. 3-2 he walked in the way of Asa his father
21. 6 he walked in the way of the kings of I.
21. 12 not walked in the ways, .nor in the ways
21.13 hast walked in the way of the kings of Is.
22. 3 He also walked in the ways of the house
27. 6 he prepared his ways before the LORD his
27. 7 all his wars, and his ways, Io, they (are)
28. 2 he walked in the ways of the kings of Is.
28. 26 the rest of his acts and of all his ways
34. 2 walked in the ways of David his father
Ezra 8. 21 to seek of him a right way for us, and for
8. 22 to help us against the enemy in the way
8. 31 and of such as lay in wait by the way
Neh. 9. 12 to give them light in the way wherein th.
9. 19 lead them in the way. .the way wherein
Job 3. 23 (Why is light given) to a man whose way
4. 6 thy hope, and the uprightness of thy wa.
6. 1 8 The paths of their way are turned aside
8. 19 this (is) the joy of his way, and out of the
12. 24 in a wilderness (where there is) no way
13. 15 I will maintain mine own ways before him
17. 9 The righteous also shall hold on his way
19. 12 raise up their way against me, and encamp
21. 14 we desire not the knowledge of thy ways
21. 29 Have ye not asked them, .by the way? and
21. 31 Who shall declare his wayto his face? and
22. 3 that thou makest thy ways perfect ?
22. 28 and the light shall shine upon thy ways
23. io he knoweth the way that I take : (when)
23. 1 1 My foot hath held his steps, his way have
24. 4 They turn the needy out of the way : the
24. 13 they know not the ways thereof, nor abide
24. 18 he beholdeth not the way of the vineyards
24. 23 resteth, yet his eyes (are) upon their ways
26. 14 these (are) parts of his ways : but how Ii.
28. 23 God understandeth the way thereof, and
28. 26 and a way for the lightning of the thun.
29. 25 I chose out their way, and sat chief, and
31. 4 Doth not he see my ways, and count all
31. 7 If my step hath turned out of the way
34. 21 his eyes (are) upon the ways of man, and
34. 27 and would not consider any of his ways
36. 23 Who hath enjoined him his way? or who
38. 19 Where (is) the way (where) light dwelle.?
38. 24 By what way is the light parted, (which)
38. 25 or a way for the lightning of thunder
40. 19 He (is) the chief of the ways of God: heth.
Psa. i. i nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor
1. 6 the way of the righteous : but the way of
2. 12 ye perish (from) the way, when his wrath
5. 8 make thy way straight before my face
10. 5 His ways are always grievous ; thy judg.
18. 21 I have kept the waysof the LORD, and ha.
iS. 3o(As for) God, his way (is) perfect: the word
18. 32 (It is) God that..maketh my way perfect
25. 4 Show me thy ways, O LORD ; teach me thy
25. 8 therefore will he teach.. in the way
25. 9 and the meek will he teach his way
25. 12 him shall he teach in the way (that) he sh.
27. 1 1 Teach me thy way, O LORD, and lead me
32. 8 teach thee in the way which thou shalt go
35. 6 Let their way be dark aud slippery : and
36. 4 he setteth himself in a way (that is) not
37. 5 Commit thy way unto the LORD ; trust also
37. 7 because of him who prospereth in his way
37. 23 a (good) man..he delighteth in his way
37- 34 Wait on the LORD, and keep his way, and
39. i I will take heed to my ways, that I sin not
49. 13 This their way (is) their folly : yet their
51. 13 Then will I teach transgressors thy ways
67. 2 That thy way may be known upon
WAY 1039 WAY
Psa. 77. 13 Thy way, O God, (is)in the sanctuary: who
7719 Thy way (is) in the sea, and thy path in the
80. 12 all they which pass by the way do pluck
81. 13 Oh that.. Israel had walked in my ways
85. 13 and shall set (us) in the way of his steps
86. ii Teach me thy way, O LORD ; I will walk
89. 41 All that pass by the way spoil him : he is
91. ii charge over thee, tokeeptheein..thy ways
QS. 10 do err..they have not known my ways
xoi. 2 will behave myself wisely in a perfect way
101. 6 he that walketh in a perfect way, he shall
102. 23 He weakened my strength in the way ; he
03. 7 He made known his ways unto Moses, his
07. 4 wandered in. .wilderness in a solitary way
07. 7 ke led them forth by the right way, that
07. 40 in the wilderness, where (there is) no way
10. 7 He shall drink of the brook in the way, the
19. i Blessed (are) the uudeflled in the way, who
19. 3 also do no iniquity : they walk in his ways
19. 5 O that my ways were directed to keep thy
19. 14 I have rejoiced in the way of thy testim.
19. 26 I have declared my ways, and thou heard.
19. 27 Make me to understand the way of thy pr.
19. 29 Remove from me the way of lying ; and
19. 30 I have chosen the way of truth ; thy jud.
19. 32 1 will run the way of thy commandments
19. 33 Teach me, O LORD, the way of thy statutes
19. 37 vanity ; (and) quicken thou me in thy w.
19. 59 I thought on my ways, and turned my fe.
19. 168 testimonies ; for all my ways (are) before
28. i that feareth, that walketh in his ways
38. 5 they shall sing in the ways of the LORD
39. 3 Thou . .art acquainted (with) all my ways
39. 24 any) wicked way.. lead me in the way ev.
43. 8 cause me to know the way wherein I should
45. 17 The LORD (is) righteous in all his ways, and
46. 9 the way of the wicked he turneth upside
Prov. i. 15 My son, walk not thou in the way with
1. 31 they eat of the fruit of their own way, and
2. 8 He keepeth. .and preserveth the way of
2. 12 To deliver thee from the way of the evil
2. 13 Who leave, .to walk in the ways of darkn.
2. 20 That thou mayest walk in the way of good
3. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he
3. 17 Her ways (are) ways of pleasantness, and
3. 23 Then shalt thou walk in thy way safely
3. 31 Envy thou not..and choose none of his w.
4.11! have taught thee in the way of wisdom
4. 14 Enter not. .go not into the way of evil(men)
4. 19 The way of the wicked (is) as darkness, th.
4. 26 Ponder, .and let all thy ways be established
5. 8 Remove thy way far from her, and come
5. 21 the ways of man (are) before the eyes of
6. 6 Go to the ant. .consider her ways, and be
6. 23 reproofs of instruction (are) the way of life
7. 8 Passing, .he went the way to her house
7. 25 Let not thine heart decline to her ways, go
7. 27 Her house (is) the way to hell, going down
8. 2 She standeth. .by the way in the places of
8. 13 the evil way, and the froward mouth, do I
8. 22 possessed me in the beginning of his way
8. 32 for blessed (are they that) keep my ways
9. 6 Forsake the foolish, and live; and go in. . w.
10. 9 he that perverteth his ways shall be kno.
10. 29 The way of the LORD (is) strength to the
11. 5 righteousness, .shall direct his way, but
11. 20 (such as are) upright in (their) way (are)
12. 15 The way of a fool (is) right in his own ey.
12. 26 but the way of the wicked seduceth them
13. 6 keepeth (him that is) upright in the way
13.15 giveth favour: but the way of transgressors
14. 2 (he that is) perverse in his ways despiseth
14. 8 wisdom, .(is) to understand his way, but
14. 12 There is a way.. the end..the ways of death
14. 14 The backslider, .filled with his own ways
15. 9 The way of the wicked (is) an abomination
15. 19 The way of the slothful, .the wayof the ri.
16. 2 All the ways of a man (are) clean in his
16. 7 When a man s ways please the LOUD, he
16. 9 A man s heart deviseth his way: but the
16. 17 hethatkeepethhiswaypreservethhissoul
16. 25 There isaway.. the end. .the ways of death
1 6. 29 leadeth him into the way (that is) not go.
16. 31 (if) it be found in the way of righteousness
19. 3 The foolishness of man perverteth his way
19. 16 (but) he that despiseth his ways shall die
20. 24 can a mail then understand his own way ?
21. 2 Every way of a man (is) right in his own
21. 8 The way of man (is) froward and strange
21. 16 The man that wandereth out of the way
21. 29 (as for) the upright, he directeth his way
22. 5 Thorns (and) snares are in the way of the
22. 6 Train up a child in the way he should go
23. 19 be wise, and guide thine heart in the way
23. 26 My son. .let thine eyes observe my ways
26. 13 (There is) a lien in the way; a lion (is) in
28. 6 than (he that is) perverse (in his) ways, th.
28. 10 the righteous to go astray in an evil way
28. 18 (he that is) perverse(in his)ways shall fa.
29. 27 (he that is) upright in the way (is) abomin.
30. 19 The wayof an eagle, .the way of a serpent
30. 19 the way of a ship, .the way of a man with
30. 20 Such (is) the way of an adulterous woman
31 . 3 nor thy ways to that which destroyeth ki.
Eccl. 10. 3 when he that is a fool walketh by the way
ii. 5 As thou knowest not what (is) the way of
11. 9 walk in the ways of thine heart, and in
12. 5 fears (shall be) in the way, and the almond
Isa, 2. 3 he will teach us of his ways, and we will
3. 12 cause (thee) to err, and destroy the way
8. ii that I should not walk in the way of this
9. i did more grievously afflict (her by) the way
Isa. 15. 5 in the way of Horonaim they shall raise
30. ii Get you out of the way, turn aside out of
30. 21 This (is) the way, walk ye in it, when ye
35. 8 a way, and it shall be called the way of
37. 29 I will turn thee back by the way by which
37. 34 By the way that he came, by the same sh.
40. 3 Prepare ye the way of the LORD, make st.
40. 14 showed to him the way of understanding
40. 27 My way is hid from the LORD, and my ju.
42. 16 I will bring the blind by a way (that)they
42. 24 they would not walk in his ways, neither
43. 1 6 Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way
43. 19 I will even make a way in the wilderness
45. 13 I will direct all his ways: he shall build
48. 15 I have spoken, .he shall make his way pr.
48. 17 which leadeth thee by the way. .thoush.
49. 9 They shall feed in the ways, and their pa.
49. nl will make all my mountains a way, and
51. 10 that hath made the depth of the sea a w.
53. 6 we have turned every one to his own way
55. 7 Let the wicked forsake h^s way, and the
55. 8 neither (are) your ways my ways, saith
55. 9 so aremy ways higher than your ways, and
56. ii they all look to theirown way, every one
57. 10 art wearied in the greatness of thy way
57. 14 prepare the way. .take up. .out of the w.
57. 17 went on frowardly in the way of his heart
57. 1 8 I have seen his ways, and will heal him
58. 2 delight to know my ways, as a nation that
58. 13 not doing thine own ways, nor finding
59. 8 The way of peace they know not, and (th.
62. 10 prepare ye the way of the people; cast up
63. 17 why hast thou made us to err from thy w.
64. 5 (those that) remember thee in thy ways
65. 2 rebellious people, which walketh in a way
66. 3 they have chosen their own ways, andth.
Jer. 2. 17 forsaken .. when he led thee by the way?
2. 1 8 in the way of Egypt, .in the way of Assy.
2.23 thy way . . a dromedary traversing her ways
2. 33 Why trimmest thou thy way to seek love?
2. 33 wherefore hast thou also taught, .thy wa.?
2. 36 Whygaddestthouabout..tochangethyw.?
3. 2 in the ways hast thou sat for them, as the
3. 13 hast scattered thy ways to the strangers
3. 21 they have perverted their way. .they have
4. 1 8 Thy way and thy doings have procured
5. 4 for they know not the way of the LORD
5. 5 they have known the way of the LORD
6. 1 6 Stand ye in the ways, .the good way, and
6. 25 Go not forth . . nor walk by the way, for
6. 27 that thou mayest know and try their way
7. 3 Amend your ways and your doings, and
7. 5 For if ye throughly amend your ways and
7. 23 walk ye in all the ways that I have com.
10. 2 Learn not the way of the heathen, and be
10. 23 I know that the way of man (is) not in
1 2. i Wherefore doth the way of the wicked pr.?
12. 1 6 if they will diligently learn the ways of
15. 7 (since) they return not from their ways
16. 17 For mine eyes (are) upon all their ways
17. 10 to give every man according to his ways
1 8. ii from his evil way, and make your ways
18. 15 to stumble in their ways, .a way not cast
21. 8 set. .the way of life, and the way of death
23. 12 Wherefore their way shall be unto them
23. 22 have turned them from their evil way, and
25. 5 Turn ye again, .every one from his evilw.
26. 3 and turn every man from his evil way
26. 1 3 Therefore now amend your ways and your
28. ii And the prophet Jeremiah went his way
31. 9 by the rivers of waters in a straight way
31.21 set thine heart, .the way (which) thou we.
32. 19 upon all the ways, .according to his ways
32. 39 I will give them one heart, and one way
35. 15 Return ye. .every man from his evil way
36. 3 may return every man from his evil way
36. 7 will return every one from his evil way
39. 4 the way of the kings garden, .the way of
42. 3 That the LORD..may show us the way wh.
48. 19 O inhabitants of Aroer, stand by the way
50. 5 They shall ask the way to Zion with their
S2. 7 the way of the gate, .the way of the plain
Lam. i. 4 The ways of Zion do mourn, because none
3. 9 He hath inclosed my ways with hewn st.
3. ii He hath turned aside my ways, and pull.
3. 40 Let us search and try our ways, and turn
Eze. 3. 1 8 to warn the wicked from his wicked way
3. 19 his wickedness, nor from his wicked way
7. 3, 8 will judge thee according to thy ways
7. 4 I will recompense thy ways upon thee
7. 9 recompense thee according to thy ways
7. 27 I will do unto them after their way, and
8. 5 lift up thine eyes now the way toward the
8. 5 I lifted up mine eyes the way toward the
9. 2 six men came, .the way of the higher gate
9. 10 I will recompense their way upon their he.
11. 21 I will recompense their way upon their
13. 22 he should not return from his wicked w.
14. 22 and ye shall see their way and their doings
14. 23 when ye see their ways and their doings
16. 25 thy high place at every head of the way
16. 27 daughters..which are ashamed of thy..w.
)6. 31 eminent place in the head of every way
16. 43 I also will recompense thy way upon (th.
1 6. 47 Yet hast thou not walked after theii ways
16. 47 corrupted more than they in all thy ways
16. 61 Then thou shalt remember thy ways, and
1 8. 23 not that he should return from his ways
18. 25, 29 The way of the Lord is not equal
18 25, 29 Is not my way equal ? are not yourw .
1 8. 30 every one according to his ways, saith the
20. 43 there shall ye remember your ways, and
Eze. 20. 44 not according to your wicked ways, nor
21. 19 two ways, .at the head of the way to the
21. 20 Appoint a way, that the sword may come
21. 21 of the way, at the head of the two ways
22. 31 their own way have I recompensed upon
23. 13 I saw that she was defiled, .both oneway
23. 31 Thou hast walked in the wayof thy sister
24. 14 according to thy ways, and according to
28. 15 Thou (was) perfect in thy ways from the
33. 8 not speak to warn the wicked from his w.
33. 9 if thou warn the wicked of his way to tu.
33. 9 if he do not turn from his way, he shall
33. 1 1 turn from his way. .from your evil ways
33. 17, 20 the way of the Lord is not equal
33. 17 but, as for them, their way is not equal
33. 20 I will judge you every one after his ways
36. 17 defiled it by their;own way. .their way was
36. 19 according to their way and according to
36. 31 Then shall ye remember your own evil w.
36. 32 be ashamed and confounded for your. .w.
42. i the utter court, the way toward the north
42. 4 ten cubits breadth inward, a wayof one c.
42. ii the way before them (was) like the appear.
42. 12 a doorin the head of the way. .the way di.
43. 2 the glory, .came from the way of the east
43. 4 the glory of the LORD came . . by the way
44. i Then he brought me back the way of the
44. 3 he shall enter by the wayof the porch of
44. 3 and shall go out by the way of the same
44. 4 Then brought he me the way of the north
46. 2 the prince shall enter by the way of the
46. 8 by the way of the porch . .by the way th.
46. 9 the way of the north . .the way of the so.
46. 9 the way of the south . . the way of the no.
46. 9 he shall not return by the way of the gate
47. 2 thewyof the gate . . the way without unto
47. 2 the utter gate by the way that looketh ea,
47. 15 from the great sea, the way of Uethlon, as
48. i From the north end to the coast of the way
Hos. 2. 6 I will hedge up thy way with thorns, and
4. 9 I will punish them for their ways, and re.
6. 9 company of priests murder in the way by
9. 8 a snare of a fowler in all his ways . . hatred
10. 13 thou didst trust in thy way, in the multi.
12. 2 and will punish Jacob according to his w.
13. 7 as a leopard by the way will I observe (th.)
14. 9 the ways of the LORD (are) right, and the
Joel 2. 7 they shall march every one on his ways
Amos 2. 7 That pant, .and turn aside the way of the
Jon. 3. 8 let them turn every one from his evil way
3. 10 saw. .that they turned from their evil w.
Mic. 4. 2 he wilt teach us of his ways, and we will
Nan., i. 3 LORD, .his way in the whirlwind and in
2. i Keep the munition, watch the way, make
Hag. i. 5 thus saith the LORD. .Consider your ways
Zech. i. 4 Turnye nowfromyour evil ways, .youre.
1. 6 according to our ways, and according to
3. 7 If thou wilt walk in my ways, and if thou
Mai. 2. 8 But ye are departed out of the way, ye have
2. 9 according as ye have not kept my ways
3. i and he shall prepare the way before me
6.^4 going, walk, na pq halikah [v.L. Prov. narnj
Prov 31. 27 She looketh well to the ways of her house
Hab. 3. 6 the perpetual hills did bow : his ways (are)
7. A track, course, nSjya magalah.
Prov. 5. 6 her ways are moveable . . thou canst not k.
8.A trodden path or way, Tnj nathib.
Job 1 8. 10 The snare is laid for him. .in the way
Psa. 78. 50 He made a way to his anger; he spared
9. Midst, middle, pfffov, /^eVos meson, mesos.
Col. 2. 14 took it out of the way, nailing it to his c.
2 Th. 2. 7 letteth. .until he be taken out of the way
10. Way, road, journey, custom, <55o s hodos.
Matt. 2. 12 departed into their, .country another w.
3. 3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, makehis
4. 15 the way of the sea, beyond Jordan, Galilee
5. 25 Agree. : whiles thou art in the way with
7. 13 for wide (is) the gate, and broad (is)thew.
7. 14 strait (is) the gate, and narrow (is) the w.
8. 28 so that no man might pass by that way
10. 5 Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and
11. 10 which shall prepare thy way before thee
13. 4 when he sowed, some, .fell by the way
13. 19 This is he which received seed by the way
15. 32 away fasting, lest they faint in the way
20. 17 took the twelve disciples apart in the way
20. 30 two blind men, sitting by the way side
21. 8 spread . . in the way . . strawed . in the way
21. 19 when he saw a fig tree in the way, he ca.
21. 32 For John came unto you in the way of ri.
22. 16 that thou. .teachest the way of God in tr.
Mark i. 2 which shall prepare thy way before thee
i. 3 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his
4. 4 as he sowed, some fell by the way side
4. 15 these are they by the way side, where the
8. 3 If I send them, .they will faint by the way
8. 27 by the way he asked his disciples, saying
9. 33 What was it that ye disputed, .by the w.?
9. 34 for [by the way] they had disputed among
10. 17 And when he wasgone forth into theway
10. 32 they were in the way going up to Jerusa.
10. 52 immediately he. .followed Jesusinthew.
1 1.~ 8 spread, .in the way. .[strawed. .in the w.]
12. 14 that thou. .teachest the ways of God in t.
Luke i. 76 thou shalt go before, .to prepare his way
i. 79 to guide our feet into the way of peace
3. 4 Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make
3. 5 the rough ways (shall be) made smooth
7. 27 which shall prepare thy way before thee
WAY 1040 WEALTH
Luke 8. K as he sowed, some fell by the way side
8. 12 Those by the way side are they that hear
o. 57 it came to pass, .as they went in the way
10. 4 nor shoes ; aud salute no man by the w.
10. 31 there came down a certain priest that w.
12. 58 in the way, give diligence thatthou may.
18. 35 a certain blind man sat by the way side
19. 36 And. .they spread their clothes in the w.
20. ai thatthou. .teachest the way of God truly
24. 32 while he talked with us by the way, and
24. 35 they told whatthings(were done) in.. w.
John i. 23 Make straight the way of the Lord,as sa.
14. 4 whither I go ye know, and the way ye kn.
14. 5 know not. .and how can we know the way
14. 6 I am the way, the truth, and the life
Acts 2. 28 Thou hast made known to me the ways
8. 26 unto the way that goeth down from Jer.
8. 36 as they went on (their) way, they came
8. 39 the eunuch, .went on his way rejoicing
9. 2 if he found any of this way, whether they
9. 17 Jesus, that appeared unto thee lu the way
9. 27 how he had seen the Lord in the way, and
J3. 10 wilt thou not cease to pervert the. .ways
14. 16 suffered all nations to walk in their. . wa.
16. 17 which show unto us the way of salvation
18. 25 This man was instructed in the way of
18. 26 expounded unto him the way of God mo
19. 9 spake evil of that way bfore the multit.
19. 23 there arose no small stir about that way
22. 4 And I persecuted this way unto the death
24. 14 that after the way which they call heresy
24. 22 having, .perfect knowledge of (that) way
25. 3 And. .laying wait in the way to kill him
26. 13 I saw in the way a light from heaven, ab.
Rom. 3. 16 Destruction and misery (are) in their wa
3. 17 the way of peace have they not known
n. 33 unsearchable, .and his ways past finding
i Co. 4. 17 remembrance of my ways which be in Oh.
12. 31 yet show I unto you a more excellent way
1 Th. 3. ii Now. .Jesus Christ, direct our way unto
Heb. 3. 10 I. .said, .they have not known my ways
9. 8 that the way into the holiest of all was
10. 20 By a new and living way, which he hath
Jas. i. 8 a double minded man.. unstable in. .his w.
2. 25 when she.. had sent (them) out another w.
5. 20 the sinner from the error of his way shall
2 Pe. 2. 2 by reason of whom the way of truth shall
2. 15 Which have forsaken the right way, and
2. 15 are gone astray, following the way of Ba.
2. 21 better., not to have known the way of right
Jude 1 1 for they have gone in the way of Cain, and
Rev. 15. 3 just and true (are) thy ways, thou king of
16. 12 that the way of the kings of the east mig.
11. A passing alony, passage, irdpoSos parodos.
i Co. 16. 7 For I will not see you now by the way
12. A passage, passaye way, iroptia poreia.
Jas. i. ii shall the rich man fade away in his ways
13. -! turn, rpoiros tropos.
Rom. 3. 2 Much every way : chiefly, because that
Phil. i. 1 8 notwithstanding, every way, whetlier in
[See also Bring, bring on, broad, flee, go, other, perni
cious, straight, taken out, this, turn every, which.]
WAY and that way, thig
Thus and thus, nil nb k<m va-koh.
Exod. 2. 12 he looked this way and that way, aud wh.
WAY (off), to ba a good or great
1.7*0 be or put far off, prn rachaq, 5.
Judg 18. 22 when they were a good way from the ho.
Gen. 21. 16 sat..dowuoveragaiust(him)agoodwayoff
2.Far off, Troppca porrhd.
Luke 1 4. 32 while the other is yet a great way off, he
3. Far o/, uaicpdv makran.
Matt. 8. 30 there wasa good way off from them an he.
Luke 1 5. 20 when he was > et a great way off, his father
WAY to escape or flee
I. Flight, place offiight, oua manos.
Jer. 25. 35 the shepherds shall have no way to flee, nor
2. A way or passage out, eKjSocm ekbasis.
1 Co. 10. 13 with the temptation, .make a way to esc.
WAY, to be or turn out of the
1. To err, wander, go astray, njfl-i taah.
Isa. 28. 7 are out of the way . .are out of the way
2. To be turned out or aside, lnTpfiron.a.iektrepomai.
Heb. 12. 13 which is lame be turned out of the way
3. To make to err or wander, ir\avdw planao.
Heb. 5. 2 aud on them that are out of the way
WAY (of), by or in the
1. To meet, K"}i? qara.
Exod. 5. 20 Moses and Aaron, who stood in the way
2./?t, tv en.
2 Pe. 3. : I stir up your pure minds by way of rem.
WAY, to be or go on the
To remove, journey, VCJ nasa.
Jer. 4. 7 the destroyer of the Gentiles is on his waj
Zech to. 2 they went their way as a flock, they were
WAYFARING man
1. To use the customary path, rns arach.
Judg 1 9. 17 he saw a wayfaring man in the street of
2 Sa. 12. 4 to dress for the wayfariug man that was
-Jr. 9. 2 a lodging place of wayfaring men, that I
IA. 8 as a wayfariug man (that) turneth aside
2. To go on in the way, H"n iftn halak derek.
Isi. 35. 8 the wayfai ing men, though fools, shall not
3. To go or pass over the path, rnx ijj; abar orach.
Isa. 33. 8 the wayfaring man ceaseth : he hath bro.
WAYMARK, wayside
[. Way or trodden path, "\[~n derek.
Gen. 38. 21 Where (is) the harlot, .by the way side ?
2. The (hand or) side of the way, T T yad derek.
1 Sa. 4. 13 Eli sat upon a seat by the*way side watch.
Z.The (hand or) side of the track, "?ajp? i: yad magal.
Psa.i 4o. 5 theyhavespreadanetbythewayside.they
4. Sign, monument, jvy tsiyyun.
Jer. 31. 21 Set thee up waymarks, make thee high he.
WE
irie, we ourselves, v$ anu.
Jer. 42. 6 the LOKD our God, to whom we sendthee
2. We, we ourselves, njnjx, Kjrux anachna.
Ezra 4. 16 We certify the king, that if this city be b.
5. ii We are the servants of the God of heaven
Dan. 3. 16 we (are) not careful to answer thee in this
3. 17 God whom we serve is able to deliver us
3. We, we ourselves, UOJS anachnu.
Gen. 19. 13 we will destroy this place, because the cry
2 Ch.2o. 12 neither know we what to .do: butoureyes
Jer. 26. 19 Thus might we procure great evil against
4.7, / myself, }$ ani.
2 Sa. 19. 43 we have also more (right) in David than
5. We, we ourselves, URjnocAnu.
Gen. 42. ii We(are)all one man s sons..true (men),thy
Exodi6. 7 what (are) we, that ye murmur against u&
16. 8 what (are) we V your murmurings (are) not
Muni32. 32 We will pass over armed before the LORD
2 Sa. 17. 12 we will light upon him as the dew falleth
Lam. 3. 42 We have transgressed aud have rebelled
Q.Us, ri/j.as (ace.) hemas.
Acts 4. 12 given among men whereby we must besa.
6. 2 It is not reason that we should leave the
14. 22 we must through much tribulation enter
21. i that after we were gotten from them, and
21. 5 And wheuwehad accomplished those days
27. i when it was determined that we should
27. 20 all hope that we should be saved was then
27. 26 Howbeit we must be cast upon a certain
Rom. 3. 8 as some affirm that we say, Let us do evil
6. 6 that henceforth we should not serve sin
7. 6 that [we] should serve in newness of spi
1 Co. 10. 6 to the intent we should not lust after evil
2 Co. i. 4 that we may be able to comfort them
1. 8 insomuch that we despaired even of life
5 10 For we must all appear before the Judg.
8. 4 Praying us with much entreaty that [we]
8. 6 Insomuch that we desired Titus, that as
Eph. i. 4 that we should be holy and without blame
1. 12 That we should be to the praise of his gl.
2. 5 Even when we were dead in sins, hathqu.
1 Th. i. 8 so that we need not to speak any thing
2 Th. i. 4 So that we ourselves glory in you in the
Heb. 2. i Therefore we ought to give the more ear.
13. 6 So that we may boldly say, The Lord (is)
Jas. i. 18 that we should be a land of first fruits
7. We, we ourselves, ^u7s (]>l. ) hemeis.
Matt. 6. 12 forgive us our debts, as we forgive our d.
q. 14 Why do we and the Pharisees fast oft, but
17. 19 and said. Why could not we cast him out?
19. 27 Behold, we have forsaken all, and followed
28. 14 if this come to the governor s ears, we will
See also Mark 9. 28; 10. 28; 14. 58; Luke 3. 14; 9. 13; 18.
18; 23. 41; 24. 21; John 1. 16; 4. 22; 6. 42, 69; 7. 35; 8 41,
48; 9.21,24,28,29,40; 12.34; 17. 11,22; 19. 7; 21. 3; Acts
2. 8, 32; 3. 15; 4. 9, 20; 5.32; 6. 4; 10.33, 39.47; 13- 3 2 ;
14. 15; 15. 10; 20. 6, 13; 21. 7, 12, 25; 23. 15; 24. 8; 28. 21;
Rom. 6. 4; 8. [23]; 15. i; i Co. i. 23; 2. 12, 16; -4- 8, 10, 10,
10; 8. 6, 6; 9. ii, n, 12, 25; n. 16; 12. 13; 15. 30, 52; 2 Co.
i. 6; 3. 18; 4. ii, 13; 5. 16, 21; 9. 4; 10. 7, 13; n. 12, 21; 13.
4, 6, 7, 7, 9; Gal. i. 8; 2. 9, 15, 16; 4. 3, [28]; 5. 5; Eph. 2.
3; Phil. 3. 3; Col. i. 9, 28; i Th. 2. 13, 17; 3. 6, 12; 4. 15,
17; 5. 8; 2 Th. 2. 13; Titus 3. 5; Heb. 2. 3; 3. 6; 10. 39;
12. 25; 2 Pe. i. 18; i Jo. 3. 14, 16; 4. 6, 10, ii, 14, 16, 17,
19; 3 Jo. 8, 12.
8. To us, rifi.1v (dat. pi. ) hemin.
Matt. 8. 29 What have we to do with thee, Jesus, th.
15. 33 Whence should we have so much bread
19. 27 said unto him. .what shall we have there.?
Mark i. 24 what have we to do with thee, thou Jesus
Luke 4. 34 what have weto do with thee. .Jesusof N.
9. 13 We have no more but five loaves and two
Acts 21. 23 We have four men which have a vow
28. 22 we know that every where it is spoken ag.
Eph. 6. 12 For [we] wrestle not against flesh and bl.
Heb. 4. 13 unto the eyes of him with whom we have
5. 1 1 of whom we have many things to say, and
12. i Wherefore seeing we also are compassed
Jas. 5. 17 was a mau subject to like passions as we
Q.Ofus, our, TJUWV (gcn.pl.} henum.
Matt.28. 13 His disciples, .stole him. .while we slept
Acts 16. 16 it came to pass, as we went to prayer, a
21. 10 as [we]tarried.. many days, their camedo.
21. 17 when we were come to Jerusalem, the br.
26. 14 when we were all fallen to the earth, I he.
27. 18 we being exceedingly tossed with a temp.
27. 27 as we were driven up and down in Adria
Rom. 5. 6 For when we were yet without strength
5. 8 while we were yet sinners Christ died for
2 Co. 4. 1 8 While we look not at the things which are
7. 5 For, when we were come into Macedonia
Heb. 10. 26 For if we sin wilfully..there remaincth no
WE ourselves
We, we ourselves, T^itts hfmels.
Titus 3. 3 For we ourselves also were sometimes fooL
WEAK (thing), weaker, weakness
1.7*0 be weak, *?!JK ainal.
Eze. 16. 30 How weak is thine heart, saith the Lord
2. Weak, ^DN umlal.
Psa. 6. 2 Have mercy upon me,O LORD; forl(am)w-
3. Lean, poor, weak, ^ dal.
2 Sa. 3. i house of Saul waxed weaker r.ntl weaker
4. Weak, overcome, e>Vn challash.
Joel 3. 10 into spears: let tin- weak say, I vam) str.
^.Tender, soft, timid, i\~i rak.
2 Sa. 3. 39 I (am) this day weak, though anointed ki.
Q. Feeble, remiss, n^n rapheh.
Num. 13. 18 whether they (be) strong or weak, few or
2 Sa. 17. 2 I will come upon him while he (is). . weak
Job 4. 3 and thou hasi strengthened the weak ha
Isa. 35. 3 Strengthen ye the weak hands, aud conn.
1 .Unable, not able, aovvaros adunatos.
Rom 15. i ought to bear the infirmities of the weak
8. To be without strength, acr&fvfia astheneO.
Acts 20. 35 so labouring y* ought to support the weak
i Co. 8. ii through thy knowledge shall the weak bt
8. 12 But when ye. .wound their weak couacie.
9. Without strength, b.crOfvr)s asthenes.
Matt 26. 4 1 spirit . . (is) willing, but the flesh (is) weak
Mark 14. 38 spirit, .(is) ready, but the flesh (is) weak
1 Co. i. 25 the weakness of God is stronger than men
i. 27 [God hath chosen the weak things of the]
4.10 we (are) weak, but ye (are) strong : ye (are)
8. 7 aud their conscience being weak is denied
8. 10 shall not the conscience of him which is w.
9. 22 the weak, .as weak, .might gain the weak
ii. 30 For this cause many (are) weak and sickly
2 Co. 10. 10 bodily presence (is) weak, and (his)speech
Gal. 4. 9 how turn ye again to the weak and begg.
i Th. 5. 14 support the weak, be patient toward all
Heb. 7. 18 for the weakness and unprofitableness th.
10. With less strength, affOfvtffTfpos asthenesteros.
i Pe. 3. 7 honour unto the wife, as unto the weaker
\\.Strengthlessness, aaQtvtia. astheneia.
1 Co. 2. 3 I was with you in weakness, and in lear
15. 43 it is sown in weakness; it is raised in po.
2 Co. 12. 9 my strength is made perfect in weakness
13. 4 though he was crucified through weakness
Heb. ii. 34 out of weakness were made strong, waxed
WEAK, to be, become, be made, be weakened
1.7*0 be weak, r6n chalah.
Judg 16. 7, n theu shall I be weak, and be as anot.
16. 17 I shall become weak, and be like any
2.7*0 become weak, rr?n chalah, 4.
Isa. 14. 10 Art thou also become weak as we? art
3. To weaken, overcome, be weak, e^ri chalash.
Isa. 14. 12 cut down. .whichdidst weaken the nations
4.7"o go on, proceed, TjV; yalak.
Eze. 7. 17 All hands shall be feeble, and all. .weak
21. 7 cometh. all knees shall be weak (as) wat.
5.7*0 stumble, *?f
;
? kashal.
Psa. 109. 24 My knees are weak through fasting, and
6.7*0 humble, afflict, njy anah, 3.
Psa. 102. 23 He weakened my strength in the way, he
7.Feeble, remiss, n$rj rapheh.
2 Ch.is. 7 Be ye strong, .let not your hands be weak
Neh. 6. 9 Their hands shall be weakened from the
8. 7*o enfeeble, made to fall, HET raphah, 3.
Ezra 4. 4 Then the people of the laud weakened the
Job 12. 21 and weakeuethtlie strength of the mighty
Jer. 38. 4 thus he weakeneth the hands of the men
9. To be without strength, haQevtw astheneo.
Rom. 4. 19 being not weak in faith, he considered not
8. 3 in that it was weak through the flesh, God
14. i Him that is weak in the faith receive ye
14. 2 may eat all things : another, who is weak
14. 21 stumbleth, [or is offended, or is made w.]
1 Co. 8 9 a stumbling block [to them that are weak]
2 Co ii. 21 I speak, .as though we had been weak
11. 29 Who is weak, and I am not weak? who
12. 10 for when I am weak, then am I strong
i^. 3 which to you ward is not weak, but is
i-. 4 For we also are weak in him, but we shall
13. 9 we are glad when we are weak, and ye are
WEALTH, wealthy
1. Wealth, substance, sufficiency, Jin hon.
Psa. 1 12. 3 Wealth and riches (shall be) in his house
Prov 10. 15 The rich man s wealth (is) his strong city
13. ii Wealth (gotten) by vauity shall be dimin.
18. ii The rich man s wealth (is) his strong city
19. 4 Wealth maketh many friends : but the
Z.Force, might, strength, 7$ chayil.
Gen. 34. 29 all their wealth, and all their little ones
Deut. 8. 17 My power, .hath gotten me this wealth
8. 1 8 he that giveth thee power to get wealth
Ruth 2. i a mighty man of wealth, of the family of
2 Ki. 15. 20 exacted, .of all the mighty men of wealth
WEAN 1041 WEEP
Job 31. 25 If Irejoiced because my wealth (was)great
Psa. 49. 6 They that trust in their wealth, and boast
49. 10 men die . . and leave their wealth to others
Prov 13. 22 the wealth of the sinner (is) laid upforthe
Zech.i4. u the wealth of all the heathen round about
3. Good, good thing, 3io tob.
Ezra 9. 12 nor seek their peace or their wealth for
Esth. 10. 3 seeking the wealth of his people, and spe.
Job 2i. 13 They spend their days in wealth, and in
4. Power, "3 koach.
Prov. 5 . 10 Lest strangers be tilled with thy wealth
5. Wealth, riches, things laid up, D ppj nekasim.
2 Ch. i. 1 1 thou hast not asked riches^ wealth, or ho.
i. 12 I will give thee riches, and wealth, and
JSccl. 5. 19 to whom God hath given riches and wea.
6. 2 to whom God hath given riches, wealth
6. Fulness, satiety, n\r\ revayah.
Psa. 66. 12 thoubroughtest us out into a wealthy (pi.)
7.At ease, at rest, sa/e, rV;p, iS^ shalev.
Jer. 49. 31 get you up unto the wealthy nation, that
8. Prosperity, affluence, tviropia euporia.
Acts 19. 25 know that by this craft we have our wea.
WEAN, weaned child, be weaned, to -
1. To complete, ripen, wean, ^Bigamal.
i Sa. i. 23 until thou have weaned, .until she weaned
i. 24 when she had weaned him, she took him
i Ki. ii. 20 whom Tahpenes weaned in Pharaoh shou.
Psa. 131. 2 as a child that is weaned . . a weaned child
Isa. ii. 8 the weaned child shall put his hand on the
28. 9 (them that are) weaned from .milk, (and)
Hos. i. 8 when she had weaned Lo-ruhamah, she
2. To be completed, ripened, weaned, ^53 gamal, 2
Gen. 21. 8 grew, and was weaned. .Isaac was weanec
i Sa. 1.22 (will not go up) until the child be weaned
WEAPON
l.A pointed weapon, or staff, fix azen.
Deut 23. 13 thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weap
2. A vessel, utensil, instrument, ^? keli.
Gen. 27. 3 take, I Num pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver 3 s. 18 (if) he smite him with an hand weapon
Deut. i. 41 ye had girded on every man his weapons
JudgiS. ii six hundred menappointed with weapons
18. 16 men appointed with theirweapons of war
18. 17 men (that were) appointed with weapons
1 Sa. 21. 8 brought my sword nor my weapons with
a Sa. i. 27 the mighty fallen, and the weapons of w
2 Ki. ii. 8 every man with his weapons in his hand
2 Ch.23. 7 every man with his weapons in his hand
Ecu, 9. 1 8 Wisdom (is) better than weapons of war
Isa. 13. 5 the weapons of his indignation, to destroy
54. 17 No weapon that is formed against thee
Jer. 21. 4 I will turn back the weapons of war that
22. 7 I will prepare .every one with his weap
50. 25 hath brought forth the weapons of his in.
51. 20 Thou (art) my battle ax (and) weapons of
Eze. 9. i every man (with) his destroying weapon in
9. 2 every man a slaughter weapon in his ha
32. 27 are gone down to hell with their weapons
3. Armour, pyi, p&} nesheq.
Job 20. 24 He shall flee from the iron weapon, (and)
Eze. 39. 9 shall set on flre and burn the weapons
39. 10 for they shall burn the weapons with flre
4.A missile, dart, nty shelach.
2 Ch. 23. 10 everyman having his weapon in his hand
Neh. 4. 17 and with the other (hand) held a weapon
5. Arms, instruments, oVAa hopla. Johm 8. 3 cometh thither with . . torches and weapons
2 Co. 10. 4 the weapons of our warfare (are) not car
WEAR, (away, out, clothes),
1. To wear out, trouble, N^a bela, 3.
Dan. 7 . 25 shall wear out the saints of the Most Hi.
2. To clothe, put on clothing, vj> labash.
Deut 22. ii Thou shalt not wear a garment of divers
Esth. 6. 8 be brought which the king (useth) to we
Jsa 4. i We will eat our own bread, and wear our
Zech. 13. 4 neither shall they wear a rough garment
S.Tofade, wear away, be empty, foolish, ^a: nabel
ExodiS. 1 8 Thou wilt surely wear away, both thou
4.7b Kft or take up, bear or carry away, Kyi nasa.
i Sa. 2. 28 to burn incense, to wear an ephod before
14- 3 the LOUD S priest in Shiloh, wearing an
22. 18 slew, .persons that did wear a linen eph.
5.7*0 beat or wear away, pny shachaq.
Job 14. 19 The waters wear the stones, thou washest
6. To be or become clothed, trfiSvfficofjiaiendidusko. Luke 8. 27 which had devils long time, and ware uoc.
7. To incline, decline, K\ivo> klino.
Luke 9. 12 when the day began to wear away, then
8. A putting around, irfpt 0<m perithe.sis.
Pe. 3. 3 wearing of gold, or of putting on of app,
9. To bear, wear, Qopeu phoreo.
Matt ii. 8 they that wear soft (clothing) are in kin.
Jonni 9. 5 Then came Jesus forth, wearing the cro
Jas. 2. 3 ye have respect to him that weareth the
WEARIED, weary (self), to be, make
1.7*0 press, make heavy, rnp tarach, 5.
Job v. ii Also by watering he wearieth the thick
2. To labour, be wearied, fatigued, yj; yaga.
2 Sa. 23. 10 until his hand was weary, and his hand
Psa. 6. 6 I am weary with my groaning ; all the
69. 3 I am weary of my crying; my throat is d.
Isa. 40. 28 the creator, .fainteth not, neither is wea.
40. 30 Even the youths shall faint and be weary
40. 31 they that wait, .shall run, and not be we.
43. 22 but thou hast been weary of me, O Israel
57. 10 Thou art wearied in the greatness of thy
3.7"p
make to labour, ma/ce weary, yr, yaga, 3
Eccl.io. 15 foolish wearieth every one of them
4. 7*o cause to labour, weary, be wearied, yr yaga, 5.
Isa. 43. 23 I have not. .wearied thee with incense
43- 24 thou hast wearied me with thine iniquit. Mai. 2. 17 Ye have wearied the LORD with your wo
2. 17 yet ye say.Wherein have we wearied (h.)?
5.7*0 be or become faint, tired, ] yaaph.
Jer. 2. 24 all they that seek her will not weary the
51. 58 people shall labour.. and they shall be we
51. 64 they shall be weary. Thus far (are) the
Hab. 2. 13 shall weary themselves for very vanity?
6. 7*o be weary, nxh laah.
Gen. 19. ii they wearied themselves to find the door
7. 7*0 be or become weary, nx1
? laah, 2.
Psa. 68. 9 confirm thine inheritance, when it was we
Isa. 1. 14 are a trouble untc me ; I am weary to be!
16. 12 when it is seen that Moab is weary on the
47. 13 Thou art wearied in the multitude of thy Jer. 6. ii I am weary with holding in : I will pour
9. 5 they, .weary themselves to commit iniqu.
15. 6 will I. .destroy thee ; I am weary with re
20. 9 I was weary with forbearing, and I could
8. 7*o cause to weary, .iij6 laah, 5.
Job 1 6. 7 now he hath made me weary : thou hast
Isa. 7. 13 small, .to weary men, but will ye weary Jer. 12. 5 If thou hast run. .and they have wearied
M. 24. 12 She hath wearied (herself) with lies, and
Mic. 6. 3 wherein have I wearied thee? testify ag.
9. 7*o be faint, q.j/ ayeph.
Jer. 4. 31 my soul is wearied because of murderers
10.7*0 be vexed or weary, pp guts.
Gen. 27. 46 I am weary of my life because of the da.
Prov. 3. ii My son. .neither be weary of his correct.
11. Satisfied, satiated, yly sabea.
Prov. 25. 17 lest he be weary of thee, and. .hate thee
12.7*o/ain*, despond, be greatly harassed, ^KaKfu.
Gal. 6. 9 let us not be weary in well doing, for in
2 Ih. 3. 13 ye, brethren, be not weary in well doing
13.7*0 labour, be fatigued, Kapvu kamno.
Heb. 12 3 lest ye be weariedand faint in your minds
14.7*0 labour, be weary or fatigued, icoiridw kopiao. John 4. 6 therefore, being weariedwith (his) journey
15. To force under, beatdown, wearpout, v-ranridCw.
LukeiS. 5 lest by her continual coming she wearyme
WEARINESS, wearisome, weary, (what a)
1. Wearied (exhausted) of strength, nil yr \_yaqia}
3. 17 There the wicked cease .. there the weary
2. Labour, weariness, nyy. yegiah.
Eccl.i2. 12 and muchstudy (is) awearinessof the fle.
3. Faint, weary, tired, ^y; yaeph.
Judg. 8. 15 should give bread unto thy men. .weary Isa. 5o. 4 how to speak a word in season to. .weary
4. What a weariness, .1x^9 mat-telaah.
Mai. 1. 13 Ye said also, Behold, what a weariness
5. 7*o loathe, be weary, epj naqat.
Job 10. i My soul is weary of my life : I will leave
6. 7*o be weary, r\\y uph.
Judg. 4 . 21 smote, .for he was fast asleep and weary
7. Faint, weary, tired, f.y ayeph.
2 Sa. 1 6. 14 the people that (were) with him, came we
17. 29 The people (is) hungry, and weary, and
Job 22. 7 Thou hast not given water to the weary Isa. 5. 27 None shall be weary nor stumble among 28. 12 This (is) the rest, .ye may cause the wea.
32. 2 as the shadow of a great rock in a weary
46. i (they are) a burden to the weary (beast)
Jer. 31. 25 1 have satiated the weary soul, and I ha.
8. Labour, perverseness, misery, Scy amaI.
Job 7. 3 wearisome nights are appointed to me
). Weary, labouring, y_rr yagea.
Deut.25. 1 8 and smote, .whenthou (wast) faint and we.
1 Sa. 17. 2 I will come upon him while he (is) weary
.^4 beating, toil, trouble, vexation, KOTTOS kopos.
2 Co.n. 27 In weariness and painfulness, in watchings
WEASEIA
weasel, mole, ~br\ choled.
Lev. ii. 29 the weasel, and the mouse, and the tort.
WEATHER (fair, foul)
. . Golden brightness, ant zahab.
Job 37. 22 Fair weather cometh out of the north
2. A day of, av yom,
Prov.2S . 20 that taketh away a garment in cold wea.
Z.Oood or fine heavens or sky, tvSia eudia.
Matt 16. 2 When it is evening, ye say . . fair weather
4. Winter weather, stwm, xtinuv cheim&n.
Matt 16. 3 And in the morning . . foul weather to day
WEAVE, weaver, weaver s shuttle, to
1. 7*o weave, plait, r\t< arag.
Exod28. 32 it shall have a binding of woven work ro.
35. 35 to work all manner of work of the . . wea.
39. 22 he made the robe of the ephod. . woven wo
39. 27 they made coats (of) fine linen . . woven w
Judg 16. 13 If thou weavest the seven locks of my he.
1 Sa. 1 7. 7 the staff of his spear . . like a weaver s beam
2 Sa. 21. 19 the staff of whose spear (was) like a wea
2 Ki.23. 7 the women wove hangings for the grove
i Ch. 1 1. 23 a spear like a weaver s beam; and he went
20. 5 whose spear staff.. like a weaver s beam
Isa. 19. 9 that weave net works shall be confounded
38. 12 I have cut off like a weaver my life, he
59. 5 They hatch cockatrice eggs, and weave
2. Web, weaving machine, rix ereg. Job 7. 6 My days are swifter than a weaver s shut
WEB
l.House, rra bayith.
Job 8. 14 and whose trust (shall be) a spider s web
2. Web, ro^ip masseketh.
Judgi6. 1 3 If thou weavest the seven locks with. . the w.
16. 14 with the pin of the beam, and with the w.
3. Beams, webs, D1?p qurim.
Isa. 59. s They hatch, .and weave the spider s web
59. 6 Their webs shall not become garments
WEDDING
A rejoicing, wedding feast, ydpos gamos.
Matt 22. 3 to call them that were bidden to the wed
22. 8 The wedding is ready, but they which w
22. 10 the wedding was furnished with guests
22. ii a man which had not on a wedding garm.
22. 12 how earnest thou in. .not having a wed
Luke1 2. 36 lord, when he will return from the wed.
14. 8 When thou art bidden of any. .to a wed.
WEDGE
A tongue, |ie$ lashon.
Josh. 7 . 21 a wedge of gold of fifty shekels weight
7. 24 the wedge of gold, and his sons, Isa. 13.13,
WEDLOCK, women that break
7*o commit adultery, ixj naaph.
Eze. 16. 38 judge thee, as women that break wedlock
WEED
A weed, 1?D suph.
Jon. 2. 5 the weeds were wrapped about my head
WEEK
l.A seven, a week, v\2y shabua.
Gen. 29. 27 Fulfil her week, and we will give thee this
29. 28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled her week
Exod34. 22 thou shalt observe the feast of weeks, of
Lev. 12. s she shall be unclean two weeks, as in her Num 28. 26 afteryour weeks . . ye shall have an holy co
Deut 16. 9 Seven weeks shalt thou number unto thee
16. 9 begin to number the seven weeks from
16. 10 thou shalt keep the feast of weeks unto
16. 16 in the feast of weeks, and in the feast of
2 Ch. 8. 13 in the feast of weeks, and in the feast of
Jer. 5. 24 he reserveth unto us the appointed -weeks
Dan. 9. 24 Seventy weeks are determined upon thy
9. 25 seven weeks, and threescore and two we.
9. 26 after threescore and two weeks shall Mes.
9. 27 for one week: and in the midst of the we.
10. 2 I Daniel was mourning three full weeks
10. 3 I ate no .. bread .. till three whole weeks
l.A week, (from sabbath to sabbath), <raaTa.
Matt 28. i dawn toward the first (day) of the week
Marki6. 2 theflrst(day) of the week, they come unto
Luke24. i upon the first (day) of the week, very early
John2o. i The first (day) of the week cometh Mary M
20. 19 same day . . being the first (day) of the we"
Acts 20. 7 upon the first (day) of the weeK, when the
i Co.i6. 2 Upon the first (day) of the week let every
3.A week, (from sabbath to sabbath], ffdpftarov.
Marki6. 9 [was risen early the first (day) of the week]
LukeiS. 12 I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of
WEEP (abundantly) to, weeping (continual)
1.7*0 weep, npa bakah.
Gen. 21. 16 And she sat over against (him), .and wept
23. 2 Abraham came to mourn . . and to weep for
27. 38 And Esau lifted up his voice, and wept
29. ii And Jacob, .lifted up his voice, and wept
33. 4 And Esau ran tomeethim..and they wept
37. 35 mourning. Thus his father wept for him
42. 24 turned himself about from them, and we.
43. 30 he sought (where) to weep., and wept there
45. 14 and wept ; and Benjamin wept upon his
45. 15 he kissed all his brethren, and wept upon
46. 29 he fell on his neck, and wept on his neck
50. i Joseph fell upon his father s face, and we.
50. 17 Joseph wept when they spake unto him
Exod.2. 6 saw the child : and, behold, the babe we.
Numn. 4 the children of Israel also weptagain, and
ii. 10 Moses heard the people weep throughout
11.13 they weep unto me, saying, Give us flesh
n. 18 ye have wept in the ears of the LORD, say.
ii. 20 have wept before him, saying, Why came
14. i cried ; and the people wept that night
25. 6 who(were)weeping(before)thedoorofthe
Deut. i. 45 ye returned and wept before the LORD; but
34. 8 the children of Israel wept for Moses in
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Judg. 2. 4 the people lifted up their voice, and wept
14. 10 Samson s wife wept before him, and said
14.17 she wept before him the seven days, while
20. 23 the children of Israel went up and wept
20. 26 came unto the house of God, and wept, and
21. 2 and lifted up their voices, and wept sore
Ruth i. 9 and they lifted up their voice, and wept
i. 14 they lifted up their voice, and weptagain
1 Sa. 1.7 she provoked her ; therefore she v. ept, and
i. 8 why weepest thou? and why eatest thou
i. 10 and prayed unto the LORD, and wept sore
ii. 4 the people lifted up their voices, and wept
11. 5 What (aileth) the people that they weep?
20. 41 they kissed oneanother.and wept one with
24. 16 And Saul lifted up his voice, and wept
30. 4 wept, until they had no morepowerto we.
a Sa. 1. 12 they mourned and wept, and fasted until
1. 24 Ye daughters of Israel, weep over Saul
3. 16 her husband went with her along weeping
3. 32 wept at the grave, .all the people wept
3. 34 And all the people wept again over him
12.21 Thou didst fast and weep for the child (wh.
12. 22 I fasted and wept : for I said, Who can tell
13. 36 the king s sons. .wept.. his servants wept
13. 23 the country wept with a loud voice, and
15. 30 wept as he went.. weepingas they went up
18. 33 and \:snt up to the chamber..and wept
19. i the king weepeth and mourneth for Abs.
a Ki. 8. ii was ashamed : and the man of God wept
8. 12 Hazael said, Why weepeth my lord? And
13. 14 wept over his face, and said, O my father
20. 3 O LORD, remember.. And Hezekiah wept
22. 19 hast rent thy clothes, and wept before me
2 011.34. 27 didst rend tl-y clothes, and weep before
Ezra 3. 12 many of the priests.. wept with a loud vo.
10. i confessed, weeping.. people wept very sore
Neh. i. 4 I sat down and wept, and mourned (cer.)
8. 9 nor weep For all the people wept, when
Job 2. 12 they lifted up their voice, and wept ; and
27. 15 in death; and his widows shall not weep
30. 23 Did not I weep for him that was in trou.
30. 31 organ into the voice of them that weep
Psa. 69. 10 I wept, (and chastened) my soul with fa
ia6. 6 He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing
37- I vea> we wePt, when we remembered Zion
Eccl. 3. 4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh ; a t.
Isa. 30. 19 thou shall weep no-more : he will be very
33. 7 the ambassadors of peace shall weep bit.
38. 3 Remember now, O LORD..Hezekiah wept
Jer. 9. i that I might weep day and night for the
13. 17 my soul shall weep in secret places for
22. 10 Weep ye not. .(but) weep sore for him th.
41. 6 to meet them, weeping all along as he we.
48. 32 O vine of Sibmah, I will weep for theo \vt.
50. 4 going and weeping: they shall go, and se.
Lam. i. 2 She weepeth sore in the night, and her te.
1. 16 For these (things) I weep ; mine eye, mi.
Eze. 24. 16 neither shalt thou mourn nor weep, nei.
24. 23 ye shall not mourn nor weep ; but ye sh.
27. 31 they shall weep for thee with bitterness
Hos. 12. 4 he wept, and made supplication unto him
Joel i. 5 Awake, ye drunkards, and weep; andhowl
2. 17 Let the priests, weep between the porch
Mic. 1. 10 Declare ye (it) not at Gath, weep ye not
Zech. 7. 3 Should I weep in the fifth month, separ.
2. To weep, npj bakah, 3
Jer. 31. 15 Rahel weeping for her children, refused
Eze. 8. 14 behold, there sat women weeping for Ta.
3. Weeping, 33 beki.
Deut34. 8 the days of weeping (and) mourning for
Ezra 3. 13 from the noise of the weeping of the peo
Esth. 4. 3 (there was) great mourning, .and weeping
Job 16. 16 My face is foul with weeping, and on my
Psa. 6. 8 the LORD hath heard the voice of my we.
30. 5 weeping may endure for a night, but joy
107. 9 For I have, .mingled my drink with wee.
Isa. 15. 2 He is gone up to Bajith . .to weep : Moalj
15. 5 by the mounting up of Luhith with weep.
16. 9 I will bewail with the weeping of Jazer
22. 12 did the Lord GOD of hosts call to weeping
65. 19 the voice of weeping shall be no more he.
Jer. 3. 21 weeping (and) supplications of the child.
9. 10 For the mountains will I take up a weep.
31. 9 They shall come with weeping, and with
31. 15 A voice was heard in Raman, .bitter we.
31. 16 Refrain thy voice from weeping, and thi.
48. 32 O vine of Sibmah. .with the weeping of
Joel 2. 12 (even) to me. .with weeping ; Mai. 2.13.
3rt. Weeping with weeping (? error), 3|3 23 [beki].
Jer. 48. 5 continual weeping shall go up
3b. To go down with weeping, 233 TV [yarad] Is. 1 5.3.
4. To shed tears, l^ dama.
Jer. 13. 17 and mine eye shall weep sore, and run
0>.Togivethevoiceinweeping, 23.3 Vip nx ]ty[nathan~\.
Gen. 45. 2 he wept aloud : and the Egyptians and the
6. To shed tears, Saicpvta dakruo.
John 1 1. 35 Jesus wept
7. To break forth, wail, K\ai o> klaio.
Matt. 2. 18 Rachel weeping (for)herchildren, and wo.
26. 75 And he went out, and wept bitterly
Mark 5. 38 and them that wept and wailed greatly
5. 39 Why make ye this ado, and weep? the da.
14. 72 And when he thought thereon, [he wept]
16. 10 [and told them, .as theymourned and w.]
Luke 6. 21 Blessed (are ye) that weep now : for ye
6. 25 Woe unto you. .ye shall mourn and weep
7. 13 had compassion on her, and said. .Weep
7. 32 have mourned to you, and ye hare not we.
Luke 7. 38 stood at his feet behind (him) weeping
8. 52 all wept, .but he said, Weep not; she is
19. 41 when he was come near, he. .wept over
22. 62 And Peter went out, and wept bitterly
23. 28 weep not for me, but weep for yourselves
John 1 1. 31 She goeth unto the grave to weep there
ii. 33 saw her weeping, and the Jews also weep.
16. 20 ye shall weep and lament, but the world
20. ii Mary stood without at the sepulchre we.
20. 1 1 and as she wept, she stooped down . . into
20. 13 they say unto her, Woman, why weepest
20. 15 Jesus saith unto her, VVoman, why weep.
Acts 9. 39 the widows stood by him weeping, and
21. 13 Whatmeanye to weep and to break mine
Rom 12. 15 and weep with them that weep
1 Co. 7. 30 And they that weep, as though they wept
Phil. 3. 1 8 told you often, and now tell you even we.
Jas. 4. 9 Be afflicted, and mourn, and weep: let
5. i weep and howl for your miseries that sh.
Rev. 5. 4 I wept much, because no man was found
5. 5 one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not
1 8. ii the merchants of the earth shall weep
1 8. 15 shall stand afar off. .weeping and wailing
18. 19 and cried, weeping and wailing, saying
8.^4 breaking forth, ivailing, K\av9/j.6s klauthmos.
Matt. 2. 1 8 lamentation, and weeping, and great mo.
8. 12 there shall be weeping and gnashing of te.
So in 22. 13; 24. 51; 25. 30; Luke 13. 28.
9. There came a wailing, K\avO/j.bs iytftroklauth.
Acts 20. 37 they all wept sore and fell on Paul s neck
WEIGH, be weighed, to
1. To ponder, n^? palas, 3.
1 sa. 58. 2 ye weigh the violence of your hands in
Isa. 26. 7 thou, most upright, dost weigh the path
2.To weigh, hi$ shaqal.
Gen. 23. 16 Abraham weighed to Ephron the silver
2 Sa. 14. 26 hewelghed the hairof his head at twohu.
Ezra 8. 25 veighed unto them the silverand the go.
8. 26 I even weighed unto their hand six hun.
8. 29 until ye weigh, .before the chief of the
Job 31. 6 Let me be weighed in an even balance
Isa. 40. 12 Who hath, .weighed the mountainsin sea.
46. 6 They, .weigh silver in the balance, (and)
Jer. 32. 9 weighed him the money, (even) seventeen
32. 10 and weighed (him) the money m thebala.
Zech. ii. 12 they weighed for my price thirty (pieces)
3. To be weighed, htfp shaqal, 2.
Ezra 8. 33 on the fourth day was the silver, .weighed
Job 6.20 that my grief were throughly weighed
28. 15 neither shall silver be weighed (for) the
4. To weigh, ponder, J2J? takan.
Prov. 1 6. 2 (are) clean . . but the LORD weigheth the sp.
5. To be weighed, pondered, J?n takan, 2.
1 Sa. 2. 3 for the LORD, .by him actions are weigh.
6. To weigh, ponder, |2n takan, 3.
Job 28. 25 and he weigheth the waters by measure
7. To weigh, hj)$ teqal.
Dan. 5. 27 Thou art weighed in the balances, and art
WEIGHT, -weighty, weightier, (full)
\.A stone, \^eben.
Lev. 19. 36 just weights, a just ephah.and a just bin
Deut25. 13 shaltnot haveinthy bag divers weights, a
25. 15 thou shalt have a perfect and just weight
2 Sa. 14. 26 two hundred shekels after the king s we.
Prov ii. i the LORD : but a just weight (is) his deli.
1 6. ii all the weights of the bag, (are) his work
20. 10 Diversweights,(and)diversmeasures,both
20. 23 Divers weights (are) an abomination unto
Mic. 6. 1 1 and with the bag of deceitful weights
Zech. 5. 8 he cast the weight of lead upon the mouth
2.A weight, burden, ^tynetel.
Prov 27. 3 A stone (is) heavy, and the sand weighty
3. Balance, beam of scales, S^peles.
Prov 16. ii A just weight arid balance (are) the LOR.
i.A weight, wetghing^pyo mishqol.
Eze. 4. 10 which thou shalt eat (shall be) by weight
5. A weight, weighing, hffpo mishqal.
Gen. 24. 22 half a shekel weight, .ten (shekels) weight
43. 21 and, behold, .our money in full weight
Lev. 19. 35 do no unrighteousness, .in weight, or in
26. 26 deliver (you) your bread again by weight
Num. 7. 13 the weight thereof (was) an hundred and
So in verse 19, 25, 37, 49, 61, 67, 73, 79.
7- 3*1 43> 55 the weight of an hundred and
Josh. 7. 21 a wedge of gold of fifty shekels weight
Judg. 8. 26 the weight of the golden earrings that he
1 Sa. 17. 5 the weight of the coat (was) five thousand
2 Sa. 12. 30 the weight whereof (was) a talent of gold
21. 16 the weight of whose spear, in weight
1 Ki. 7. 47 neither was the weight of the brass found
10. 14 the weight of gold that came to Solomon
2 Ki. 25. 16 the brass of all. .was without weight
i Ch.2o. 2 found it to weigh a talent of gold, and
21. 25 six hundred shekels of gold by weight
22. 3 and brass in abundance without weight
22. 14 of brass and iron without weight ; for it
28. 14 gold by weight, .silver by weipht, for all
28. 15 Even the weight, .by weight for every ca.
28. 15 for the candlesticks of silver by weight
28. 16 by weight (he gave) gold for the tables of
28. 17 by weight, .by weight for every basin of
28. 1 8 for the altar of incense refined gold by we.
a Ch. 3. 9 weight of the uails (was) fifty shekels of
2 Ch. 4. 18 for the weight of the brass could not be
9. 1 3 Now the weight of gold that came to SoL
Ezra 8. 30 So took the priests and the Levites thew.
8. 34 by weight of every one : and all the weight
Job 28. 25 To make the weight for the winds ; and
Jer. 52. 20 brass of all these vessels was without we.
Eze. 4. 16 they shall eat bread by weight, and with
5. i take thee balances to weigh, and divide
6.-<4 weight, burden, fidpos baros.
2 Co. 4. 17 more exceeding (and) eternal weight of
7. Weighty, heavy, &apvs barus.
2 Co. 10. 10 For (his) letters, say they, (are) weighty
3. Weightier, heavier, ftapvrtpos bxruteros.
Matt23- 23 have omitted the weightier (matters) of
9. Tumour, swelling, encumbering weight, oyitos.
Heb. 12. i let us lay aside every weight, and the sin
WELFARE
1. Good, goodness, prosperity, welfare, 3iB tdb.
Neh. 2. 10 there was come a man to seek the welfare
2.Ease, security, nj^r; yeshuah.
Job 30. 15 pursue my soul as the wind : and my we.
3. Peace, completeness, Qi
1
?^ shalom.
Gen. 43. 27 he asked them of (their) welfare, and said
ExodiS. 7 they asked each other of (their) welfare
1 Ch. 18. 10 to enquire of his welfare, and to congrat.
Psa. 69. 22 (thatwhichshouldhavebeen)for(their)w.
Jer. 38. 4 for this man seeketh not the welfare of
WELL
1 . A well, cistern, pit, 1x3 beer.
Gen. 16. 14 Wherefore the well was called Beer-lahai-r
21. 19 God opened her eyes, and she saw a well
21. 25 reproved Abimelech because of a well ot
21. 30 witness unto me, that I have digged this w.
24. ii kneel down without the city by a well of
24. 20 ran again unto the well to draw (water)
26. 15 For all the wells which his father s servants
26. 1 8 Isaac digged again the wells of water wh.
26. 19 and found there a well of springing water
26. 20 called the name of the well Esek ; because
26. 21 they digged another well, and strove for
26. 22 remov. from thence, and digged another w.
26. 25 and there Isaac s servants digged a well
26. 32 told him concerning the well which they
29. 2 behold a well in the field, and, lo, there
29. 2 for out of that well they watered the flocks
29. 2 and a great stone (was) upon the well s mo.
29. 3, 10 rolled the stone from the well s mouth
29. 3 put the stone again upon the well s mouth
29. 8 they roll the stone from the well s mouth
Exod. 2. 15 But Moses fled., and he sat down by a well
Num2o. 17 neither will we drink(of)the water of thew.
21. 16 that (is) the well whereof the LORD spake
21. 17 Then Israel sang this song, Springup.Ow.
21. 18 princes digged the well, the nobles of the
21. 22 we will not drink (of) the waters of the we.
2 Sa. 17. 1 8 which had a well in his court ; whither th.
17. 19 took and spread a covering over the well s
17. 21 they came up out of the well, and went
Prov. 5. 15 Drink, .running waters out. .thinepwnwe.
Song. 4. 15 Afountain of gardens, a well of living wat.
2. A well, cistern, pit, nia bor.
Deut. 6. ii wells digged, which thoudiggedst not, via.
1 Sa. 19. 22 came to a great well that (is) in Sechu
2 Sa. 3. 26 which brought him again from the well
23. 15 would give me drink of the water of the
23. 16 drew water out of the well of Beth-lehem
1 Ch.n. 17 would givemedrinkof the water of the we.
ii. 18 drew water out of the well of Beth-lehem
2 Ch.26. 10 digged many wells: forhehadmuch cattle
Neh. 9. 25 wells digged, vineyards, and oliveyards
3. Fountain, j;y& mayan.
Josh 1 8. 15 and went out to the well of waters of Ne.
2 Ki. 3. 19 stop all wells of water, and marevery good
3. 25 stopped all the wells of water, and felled
Psa. 84. 6 passing through the valley . . make it a well
Isa. 12. 3 with joy shall ye draw waterout of the w.
4. Source, spring, iip? maqor.
Prov 10. ii The mouth of a righteous (man is) a well
5. Eye, fountain, J y ayin.
Gen. 24. 13 I stand (here) by the well of water; and
24. 16 she wentdown to thewell, and filled her
24. 29 Labanranout unto the man, unto thewell
24. 30 behold, he stood by the camels at the well
24. 42 I came this day unto the well, and said
24. 43 I stand by the well of water; and it shall
24. 45 went down unto the well, and drew (wa.)
49. 22 fruitful bough by a well,(whose)branches
Exod 15. 27 where (were) twelve wells of water, and
Neh. 2. 13 even before the dragon well, and to the
6.A fountain, spring, well, running, -nriyf) peg?.
John 4. 6 Now Jacob s well was there. Jesus then.
4. sat thus on the well : (and) it was about
4. 14 shall be in him a well of water springing
2 Pe. 2. 17 These are wells without water, clouds that
7. A well, pit, dungeon, <pptap phrear.
John 4. ii hast nothing to draw with, and the well
4. 12 Jacob, which gave us the well, and drank
WELL, (full)
1. Good, excellent, 3io tob.
Judg. 9. 16 if ye have dealt well with Jerubbaal and
Ruth 3. 13 perform, .thee the part of a kinsman, we.
i Sa. 9. 10 Then said Saul to his servant, Well said
20. 7 If he say thus, (It is)well ; thy servant
WELL
i Sa.24. 18 showed this, .how that thou hast dealt w
24. 19 his enemy, will he let him go well away
.? Sa. 3. 13 he said, Well ; I will make a league with
1 Ki. 2. 1 8 Well; I will speak for thee unto the king
18. 24 the people answered and said, It is well
2 Ch.i2. 12 and also in Judah things went well
Psa. 1 19. 65 Thou hast dealt well with thy servant, O
128. 2 happy (shalt) thou (be), and (it shall be) w.
Eccl. 8. 12 yet surely I know that it shall be well with
8. 13 But it shall not be well with the wicked
Isa. 3. 10 ye to the righteous that (it shall be) well
Jer. 15. ii Verily it shall be well with thy remnant
22. 15 do judgment, .(and) then (it was) well with
22. 16 then (it was) well (with him: was) not this
44. 17 had we plenty of victuals, and were well
Dan. i. 4 Children in whom (was) no blemish, .well
2. To do good or vxll, 3ia tob, 5.
Prov 30. 29 There be three (things) which go well, yea
3. fair, beauteous, .is; yapheh.
Gen. 29. 17 but Rachel was beautiful and well favour.
39. 6 And Joseph was. .goodly, .and well favo.
41. 2 seven well favoured kine and fat fleshed
41. 4 did eat up the seven well favoured and fat
41. 18 fat fleshed, and well favoured ; and they
4. Right, J? ken.
Exod jo. 29 Thou hast spoken well, I will see thy face
Isa. 33. 23 they could notwell strengthen their mast
5. Might, exceedingly, "ij<p meod.
Psa. 78. 29 So they did eat, and were well filled : for
6. Peace, completeness, DiV shalom.
Gen. 29. 6 (Is) he well? And they said, (He is) well
43. 27 (Is) your father well, the old man of whom
2 Ki. 4. 23 norsabbath. And she said. (It shall be)w.
4. 26 (Is it) well with thee? (is it) well with thy
4. 26 (is it) well with the child .(It is) well
5. 21 he lighted down .and said, (Is) all well?
5. 22 Andhesaid, All(is)well. My master hath
9. ii said unto him, (Is) all well? wherefore
1 .To set the heart, 31
? rn? shith leb.
Psa. 48. 13 Mark ye well her bulwarks, consider her
Prov 27. 23 Be thou diligent, .look well to thy herds
Eze. 44. 5 Son of man, mark well, .mark well the
8. Work, nyyQ maaseh.
Isa. 3. 24 instead of well set hair baldness ; and in.
9. With perfume or spices, fliT S mertjachah
Kze. 24. 10 consume the flesh, and spice it well, and
10 Well, happily, rightly, well done, eS eu
Luke 19. 17 said unto him, [Well], thou good servant
Acts 15. 29 which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do w.
Kph. 6. 3 That it may be well with thee. and thou
11 Good, excellent, aya86s agatlios.
Rom. 2. 7 To them who by patient continuance in
!)2 Beautiful, good, excellent, benevolent, KoAos.
Gal. 6. 9 let us not be weary in well doing : for in
IS. Well, rightly, truly, /caAuis kalos.
Matt 12. 12 Wherefore it is lawful to do well on the
15- 7 hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy of you
Mark 7. 6 Well hath Esaias prophesied of you 7. 9.
7. 37 He hath done all things well: he maketh
12. 28 perceiving that he had answered them w.
12. 32 scribe said unto him, Well, Master, thou
Luke 6. 26 Woe to you when all men shall speak.well
20. 39 scribes answering said, Master .thou hast w.
John 4. 17 Jesus said unto her, Thou hast well said
8. 48 Say we notwell that thou art a Samaritan
13. 13 Ye call meMasterand Lord; and yesay w.
18. 23 but if well, why smitest thou me ?
Acts 10. 33 and thou hast well done that thou art co.
28. 25 Well spake the Holy Ghost by Esaias the
Rom.ii. 20 Well; because of unbelief they were broken
1 Co. 7. 37 he that standeth stedfast. .doeth well
7. 38 he that giveth (her) in marriage doeth well
14. 17 For thou verily givest thanks well, but
2 Co. ii. 4 which ye have not accepted, ye might w.
Gal. 4. 17 They zealously affect you, (but) not well
5. 7 Ye did run well; who did hinder you that
Phil. 4. 14 Notwithstanding ye have well done that
1 Ti. 3. 4 One that ruleth well his own house, haying
3. 12 ruling their children and. .houses well
3. 13 they that have usedthe office of a deacon w.
5. 17 Let the elders that rule well be counted
Jas. 2. 8 love thy neighbour as thyself, ye do well
2. 19 thou doest well: the devils also believe,and
2 Pe. i. 19 whereunto ye do well that ye take heed
3 John 6 if thou bring forward . . thou shalt do well
[See also Doing, drink, full, know, look, mark, play,
please, pleased, reported, stricken, very.]
WELL, to be, can, deal, do, doing, entreat, go, with
I. Goodness, 3?o tub.
Prov. 1 1. 10 When itgoeth well with the righteous, the
2.[Be] for good, 2 .o? Ic tub.
Jer: 15. n Verily it shall be well with thy remnant
3. To be good, well, glad, nin tob.
Num. 1 1. 18 shall give us flesh to eat? for (it was) well
Deut. 5. 33 that ye may live, and (that it may be) well
15. 16 and thine house, because he is well with
19. 13 blood from Israel, thatit maygowell with
i Sa. 16. 16 play with his hand, and thou shalt be well
16. 23 so Saul was refreshed, and was well, and
4. To do good or well, aiD tob, 5.
1 Ki. 8. 18 thou didst well that it was in thine heart
2 Ki. 10. 30 said . . Because thou hast done well in ex.
a Ch. 6. 8 thou didst well in that it was in thine he.
1043 "WHALE
5. To be or become good, well, right, 3; yatab.
Gen. 12. 13 that it may be well with me for thy sake
40. 14 But think on me when it shall be well wi
Deut. 4. 40 that it may go well with thee, and with
5. 16 that it may go well with thee, in the lan>
5. 29 that it might be well with them, and wit!
6. 3 that it may be well with thee, and that
6. 1 8 that it may be well with thee, and that
12. 25, 28 that it may go well with thee, and wi
22. 7 that it may be well with thee, and (that) Ruth 3. i shall I not seek . . that it may be well with
2 Ki. 25. 24 serve the king, .and it shall be well with
Jer. 7. 23 commanded you, that it maybe well untc
38. 20 so it shall be well unto thee, and thy sou
40. 9 serve the king, .and it shall be well with
42. 6 that it may be well with us, when we obe;
6. To do good or well, 29; yatab, 5.
Gen. 4. 7 If thou doest well, shalt thou not be ace
4. 7 if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the do
12. 16 he entreated Abram well forhersake : am
32. 9 to thy kindred, and I will deal well with
Exod. i. 20 Therefore God dealt well with the midw
Deut. 5. 28 they have well said all that they have sp
18. 17 They have well (spoken that) which they
1 Sa. 16. 17 Provide me now a man that can play wel
25. 31 when the LORD shall have dealt well with
Psa. 49. 1 8 praise thee, when thou doest well to thy
Isa. i. 17 Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve
Jer. i. 12 Thou hast well seen : for I will hasten my
Jon. 4. 4 Then said the LORD, Doest thou well to
4. 9 Doest thou well to be angry for the gourd
4. 9 he said, I do well to be angry, (even) unto
Zech. 8. 15 have I thought in these days to do well
7.A boiling, nrn relhach.
Eze. 24. 5 make it boil well, and let them seethe the
8. Peace, completion, ciVy shalom.
Gen. 37. 14 whether it be well with thy brethren and
2 Sa. 1 8. 28 called, and said unto the king, All is well
9.To do good or well, ayaOoiroteoa agathopoieo.
i Pe. 2. 15 that with well doing ye may put to silenoe
2. 20 but if, when ye do well and suffer (for it
3. 6 daughters ye are as long as ye dowell, and
3. 17 better. . that ye suffer for well doing, than
lO.Good or welldoer, benefactor, a.ya8oiroi6s agath.
i Pe. 2. 14 and for the praise of them that do well
II. Good or well doing, beneficence, ayaOo-jroua.
1 Pe. 4. 19 the keeping of their souls (to him) in w.d
12. To make sound, heal, cure, o-co^w sGzo.
John ii. 12 said. .Lord, if he sleep, he shall do well
IS. To do well or good, Ka\oiroifia kalopoieO.
2 Th. 3. 13 But ye, brethren, be not weary in well do.
WELL done, nigh, known
I.As nothing, pN| ke-ayin,
Psa. 73. 2 almost gone ; my steps had well nigh sli.
2. Well, happily, rightly, well done ! e5 eu.
Matt2s- 21 Well done, (thou)good and faithful serv.
25. 23 said unto him, Well done, good and fait.
3. To know thoroughly, firiyivuirxw epiginosko.
2 Co. 6. 9 As unknown, and (yet) well known ; as
WELL beloved, favoured, pleasing, spring
l.lieloved, "rtl dod.
Song i. 13 A bundle of myrrh (is) my well beloved
2. Beloved, T-r yadid.
Isa. 5. i Now will I sing to my well beloved a song
5. i My well beloved hath a vineyard in a very
3. The good of grace, |n naita [tob cfien].
Nah. 3. 4 multitude of the whoredoms of the well f.
i.Source, spring, lipa maqor.
Provi6. 22 Understanding (is) a well spring of lifeun.
18. 4 the well spring of wisdom (as) a flowing
5-Loveable, beloved, aya-rrriTos agapetos.
Marki 2 . 6 Having yet therefore one son, his well be
Rom.i6. 5 Salute my well beloved Epaenetus, who
3 John i The elder unto the well beloved Gaius
6. Well pleasing, fvdpea-ros euarestos.
Phil. 4. 18 a sacrifice acceptable, well pleasing to God
Col. 3. 20 obey, .for this is well pleasing unto theL.
Heb. 13. 21 working in you that which is veil pleasing WEN
A flowing, festering, suppurating sore, S?: yabbal.
Lev. 22. 22 Blind, .broken, or maimed, or having aw.
WENCH
Maid servant, nnsc;
shiphchah.
2 Sa. 17. 17 a wench went and told them; and they we.
WERE, there
There is, fhere are, V".. yesh.
Nuni22. 29 I would there were a sword in mine hand
Neh. 5. 2 For there were that said, We, our sons
5. 3 also there were that said. We have mort
5. 4 There were also that said, We have borr
Psa. 14. 2 to see if there were any that did tinders
53. 2 to see if there were (any) that did under!
WERE it not that
If not, unless, b^ lule.
Deut 32. 27 Were it not that I feared the wrath of the
2 Ki. 3. 14 surely, were it not that I regard the pre.
WEST (iide), welter, westward
1. The sea (being the W. border ofCaanan), D; yarn.
Gen. 12. 8 pitched his tent, (having) Beth-el on the w.
13. 14 look from the place where thou art. .we.
28. 14 thou shalt spread abroad to the west, and
Exodio. 19 the LORD turned a mighty strong west w.
26. 22 for the sides of the tabernacle westward
26. 27 of the tabernacle for the two sides west.
27. 12 breadth of the court on the west stde(sh.
36. 27 for the sides of the tabernacle westward
36. 32 of the tabernacle for the sides westward
38. 12 for the west side (were) hangings of fifty Num. 2. 1 8 On the west side (shall be) the standard of
3. 23 shall pitch behind the tabernacle westw.
34. 6 western border, .this shall be your wet
35. 5 on the west side two thousand cubits, and
Deut. 3. 27 lift up thine eyes westward, and northw.
33. 23 possess thou the west and the south
Josh. 5 . i which (were) on the side of Jordan west.
8. 9 between Beth-el and Ai, on the west side
8. 12 set them to lie. .on the west side of the c.
8. 13 their Hers in wait on the west of the city
ii. 2 valley, and in the borders of Dor on the w.
11. 3 the Canaanite on the east and on the we.
12. 7 smote on thig side Jordan on the west, fr.
15. 8 that (lieth) before the valley of Hinuom
15. 10 border compassed from Baalah westward
15. 12 west border (was) to the great sea, and the
16. 3goethdown westward to the coast of Japh .
16. 8 border went out from Tappuah westward
1 8. 12 and went.up through the mountains west.
18. 14 children of Judah: this (was) the westqu.
18. 15 the border went out on the west, and went
19. 26 reacheth to Carmel westward, and to Sh.
19. 34 coast turneth westward to Aznoth-tabor
19. 34 reacheth to Asher on the west side, and
22. 7 their brethren on this side Jordan westw.
i Ki. 7. 25 three looking toward the west, and three
1 Ch. 9. 24 porters, toward the east, west, north, and
2 Ch. 4. 4 three looking toward the west, and three
Isa. ii. 14 shoulders.of the Philistines toward the we.
49. 12 these from the north and from the west
Eze. 41. 12 the building, .at the end toward the west
42. 19 He turned about to the west side, (and)
45. 7 from the west side westward, and from
45. 7 from the west border unto the east border
46. 19 there (was) a place on the two sides west.
47. 20 The west side. .This (is) the west side
48. i for these are his sides east (and) west, a
48. 2 from the east side unto the west side
So in verse 4, 5, 8, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27.
48. 3, 6, 7 from the east side even unto the w.
48. 10 toward the west ten thousand in breadth
48. 16 the west side four thousand and five hun.
48. 17 and toward the west two hundred and fifty
48. 1 8 ten thousand westward: and it shall be
48. 21 westward over againstthe flveand twenty
48. 21 toward the west border, over against the
48. 34 At the west side four thousand and five
Dan. 8. 4 I saw the ram pushing westward, and no.
Hos. 1 1. 10 then the children shall tremble from the w
Zech 14. 4 cleave in the midst thereof toward., the w.
Z.Goingin ofthe sun, ipsyn Nino [mabo].
Josh.23. 4 have cut off, even unto the great sea we
Zech. 8. 7 from the east country, and from the west
3. Sun setting, 3"jj?o maarab.
1 Ch. 7. 28 westward Gezer, with the towns thereof
12. 15 (both) toward the east and toward thew.
26. 16 westward, with the gate Shallecheth, by
26. 1 8 At Parbar westward, four at the causew.
26. 30 them of Israel on this side Jordan westw
2 Ch-32. 30 brought it straight down to the west side
33. 14 on the west side of Gihon, in the valley
Psa. 75. 6 neither from the east, nor from the west
103. 12 As far as the east is from the west, (so)
107. 3 from the east, and from the west, from
Isa. 43. 5 from the east, and gather thee from thew.
59. 19 fear the name of the LORD from the west
Dan. 8. 5 an he goat came from the west, on the
4. Place of darkness, sun setting, na-jjy? maarabah.
Isa. 45. 6 from the risingof the sun, and from the w.
5. Sinking or setting (of the sun}, Svcr/nri dusme.
Matt. 8. ii many shall come from the east and west
24. 27 shineth even unto the west; so shall also
Lukei2. 54 When ye see a cloud rise out of the west
13. 29 shall come from the east, and (from) thew.
Rev. 21. 13 on the south.three gates; and on the west
WET, (to be)
I. To wet, moisten, JO* tseba, 3.
Dan. 4. 25 they shall wet thee with the dew of Lea.
2. To be wet, moistened, y~if tseba, 4.
Dan. 4. 15, 23 let it be wet with the dew of heaven
4. 33 his body was wet with the dew of heaven
5. 21 and his body was wet with the dew of
3. To be wet, 2an ratab.
Job 24. 8 They are wet with the showers of the mo.
w H ATVR
.A great sea monster, B jn tannim.
Eze. 32. 2 thou (art) as a whale in the seas; and thou
2.^4 great sea monster, pn tannin.
Gen. i. 21 God created great whales, and every liv.
Job 7.12 (Am) I a sea, or a whale, that thou settest
great sea monster, KIJTOS Jcetos.
Matt 12. 40 three days and three nights in the whaleV
WHAT
WHAT (thing)
1. Where this f .11
(< e xeh.
1 Ki n 12 their father said unto them, What way
Job 38. 24 By what way is the light parted, (which)
2.11ow ^ how, TN ek.
2 Ch. 10. 6 What counsel give ye (me) to return aiis.
3 Also, Q3 gam.
Job 2" 10 What ! shall we receive good at the hand
4 A word, matter, thing, ~>^ dabar.
Ezra 8 17 and I told them what they should say uu.
5. What that (is), n 9 ma di.
Ezra 6. 8 Moreover I make a decree what ye shall
6. What 1 what, np mah.
Gen. 20. 10 What sawest thou, that thou hast done
i Sa. 19. 3 and what I see, that I will tell thee
Lam. 2. 13 What thing shall I take to witness for th.
7. As or like what, how much, .195 kam-mah.
Zech. 2. 2 what (is) the breadth thereof, and what (is)
8. For what t why 1 wherefore ?
m#> la-mah.
Gen. 33. 15 said, What needeth it? let me find grace
9. What ? no meh.
Gen. 4. 10 What hast thoudone? the voice of thy br.
10. What ? -i? mah.
Dan. 2. 22 knoweth what (is) in the darkness, and
2. 28 maketh known, .what shall be in the lat.
2. 29 upon thy bed what should come to pass
2. 29 maketh known to thee what shall come
2. 45 made known to the king what shall come
4- 35 stay his hand, or say unto him, What do.
ll.Who? Pu.
Gen. 24. 65 What man (is) this that walketh in the
12. What ? }7 man.
Ezra 5. 4 What are the names of the men thut ma.
IS.For, yap gar.
i Co. u. 22 What ! have ye not houses to eat and to
14.Such as, such, olos hoios.
3 Ti. 3. ii what persecutions I endured : but out of
15.As much, as great, howmuch, how great, 6<rahosa.
Mark 6. 30 both what they had done, and what they
ii. 24 What things [soever] ye desire, when ye pr.
Acts 15. iz declaring what miracles and wonders God
Rom. 3. 19 Now we know that what things soeverthe
Jude 10 but what they know naturally, as brute
16. Whosoever, whatsoever, {forts hostis.
Phil. 3. 7 But what things were gain to me, those I
17. Thus, in like manner, so, accordingly, O VTOJS.
Matt 26. 40 What ! could ye not watch with me one
18. Of what sort or kind ? vo ios poios.
Matt 21. 23 By whatauthority doest thou these things?
21. 24 I in likewise will tell you by what autho.
21. 27 Neither tell I you by what authority I do
24. 42 for ye know not what hour your Lord do
24. 43 had known iu what watch the thief wou.
Mark 4. 30 with [what] comparison shall we compare
ii. 28 By what authority doest thou these thi.?
1 1. 29 tell you by what authority I do these th.
11. 33 Neither do I tell you by what authority
Luke 5. 19 when they could not find by what (way)
6. 32, 33, 34 what thank have ye ? for sinners
12. 39 had known what hour the thief would co.
20. 2 Tell us, by what authority doest thou th.
20. 8 Neither tell I you by what authority I do
24. 19 said unto them, What things? And they
Johni2. 33 This he said, signifying what death he sh.
18. 32 he spake, signifying what death he should
21. 19 signifying by what death he should glor.
Acts 4. 7 By what power, or by what name, have ye
7. 49 what house will ye build me? saith the L.
23. 34 he asked of what province he was. And
Rom. 3. 27 By what law? of works? Nay; but by the
1 Co.is. 35 ; Jas. 4. 14 ; i Pe. 2. 20; Rev. 3. 3.
19. What word, rivt \6ycf tini logo, I Co. 15. 2.
20. The things concerning, rb vpos, Acts 23. 30.
21. How much 1 how great ? iroffos posos.
2 Co.?. ii what carefulness it wrought in you, yea
22.0fwhat kind or sort 1 how great ? iroTairos.
Marki3. i saith unto him, Master, see. .what build.
23. Either, or truly, verily, ij e.
i Co. 6. 16 [What !] know ye not that he which is jo.
6. 19 What ! know ye not that your body is the
14. 36 What ! came the word of God out from
24. Who I what? ris, ri tis, ti.
Matt. 5. 46 For if ye love them which love you, what
5. 47 what do ye more (than others)? donoteven
6. 3 let not thy left hand know what thy right
6. 25 what ye shall eat, or [what ye shall] drink
6. 25 nor yet for your body, what ye shall put
6. 31 What shall we eat, or what shall we drink
7. 9 Or what man is there of you, whom if his
8. 29 What have we to do with thee, Jesus, thou
9. 13 But go ye and learn what (that) meaneth
10. 19 take no thought how or what ye shall speak
10. 19 [given you in that same hour what ye sh.]
11. 7 What went ye out into the wilderness to
11. 8, 9 But what went ye out for to see ? A
12. 3 Have ye not read what David did, when
12. 7 But if ye had known what (this) meaneth
12. ii What man shall there be among you that
16. 26 what is a man profited, .or what shall a
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Matti?. 25 What thinkest thou, Simon? of whom do
19. 16 what good things shall I do, that I may
19. 20 The young mail saith . . what lack I yet ?
19. 27 Behold, .what shall we have therefore?
20. 21 said unto her, What wilt thou? She saith
20. 22 answered and said, Ye know not what ye
20. 32 and said, Whatwillye thatl shall do unto
21. 1 6 Hearest thou what these say? And Jesus
21. 28 But what think ye? A (certain) man had
21. 40 what will he do unto those husbandmen?
22. 17 Tell us therefore, What thinkest thou? Is
22. 42 Saying, What think ye of Christ ? whose
24. 3 what(shall be) thesign of thycoming, and
26. 8 had indignation, saying, To what purpose
26. 15 What will ye give me, and I will deliver
26. 62 what (is it which) these witness against
26. 65 what further need have we of witnesses?
26. 66 What think ye? They answered and said
26. 70 denied, .saying, I kuow not what thou sa.
27. 4 they said, What (is that) to us 1 see thou
27. 22 What shall I do then with Jesus which is
37. 23 said, Why, what evil hath he done? But
Mark i. 24, 27, [27]; 2. 25; 4. 24, 41:5. 7,9, 14:6. 2,24;
8- 36. 37J9-6, 10, if,, 33; 10. 3, 17, 36, 38, 51; ii. 5; 12. 9; 13.
4, u; 14. 36, 36, 40, 60, 63, 64, 68; 15. 12, 14, 24; Luke i. 66;
3. 10,12, 14:4. 34, 36:5. 22; 6. n; 7. 24, 25,26,31:8. 9, 25, 28,
30:9. 25; 10. 25, 26; 12. n, n, 17, 22, 22, 29, 29,49; 13. 18;
14. 31; 15.4,8,26; 16. 3,4; 18. 6, 18,36, 41:19. 48:20. 13,15,
17; 21. 71 22. 71 , 23. 22, 31, [34]; John t. 21, 22, 38; 2. 4, 18,
25; 4. 27; 5. 12; 6. 6, 9, 28, 30, 30; 7. 36, 51; 8. [5]; 9. 17, 26;
10. 6; ii. 47, 56; 12. 27, 49, 49; 13. 12, 28; i 5/15; 16. 17, 18,
18; 18. 21, 29,35, 38; 21.21, 22, 23; Acts 2. 12, 37:4.9, 16; 5.
35:7. 40, 49; 8. 36; 9. [6, 6]; 10. 4, [6], 17, 21, 29; ii. 17; 12.
18; 16. 30; 17. 18, 19, 20; 19. 3, 35; 21. 13, 22, 33; 22. 10, 26;
23. 19; Rom. 3. i, i, 3, 5,9:4- 1, 3:6. i, 15,21; 7. 7:8. 26,27,
31; 9. 14, 30; 10. 8; 1 1. 2, 4, 7, 15; 12. 2; i Co. 2. 11:4. 7, 21 ;
5. 12; 7. 16; 9. 18; 10. 19; ii. 22; 14. 6, 15, 16; 15. 29, 32; 2
Co. 6. 14, 14, 15, 15, 16; 12. 13; Gal. 4. 30; Eph. i. 18, i&
19; 3. 9,;i8; 4. o; 5. 10, 17; Phil. i. 18, 22; Col. i. 27; i Th. 2.
19; 3.9; 4. 2;Heb. 2. 6:7. u; n. 32; 12. 7; 13. 6; Jas. 2. 14,
16; i Pe. i. n; 4. 17; i Jo. 3. 2;Rev. 2. 7, n, 17, 29:3. 6, 13,
22; 7. 13; 18. 18.
WHAT manner or sort of (men)
I. Where? howt when ? nfrxephoh.
Judg. 8. 18 What manner of men (were they) whom
2. Indeed, in truth, then, tJierefore, ris apatisara.
Mark 4.41 What iminnerof man is this, that even the
Luke i. 66 saying, What manner of child shall this
8. 25 What manner of man is this ! for he com.
B.Such as, such, olos hoios.
Luke 9. 55 [Ye know not what manner of spirit ye]
i Th. i. 5 as ye know what mannerof men we were
4.0/ what kind or sort ? oirolos hopoios.
i Co. 3. 13 shall try every man s work of what sort-it
i Th. i. 9 what manner of entering in we had unto
Jas. i . 24 straightway forgetteth what manner of
5. Of what sort or kind, Trolos pois,
1 Pe. i. ii Searching what, or what manner of time
6. Ofwhat sort or kind ? how great? irornvospotaj^ofi.
Matt. 8. 27 What manner of man is this, that even
Marki3. i Master, see what manner of stones and
Luke i. 29 cast in her mind what manner of salutat.
7. 39 would have known who and what manner
2 Pe. 3. ii what manner (of persons) ought ye to be
i Jo. 3. i Behold what manner of love the Father
7. Who 1 what ? ris tis.
Luke24- 17 What manner of communications (are)
WHAT end, good, purpose, what man soever
1..-1 man, v x V X ish ish.
Lev. 17. 3 What man soever (there be) of the house
22. 4 What man soever of the seed of Aaron
2. What J no mah.
Gen. 27. 46 said to Isaac, .what good shall my life do
Isa. i. it To what purpose (is) the multitude of your
Amos 5. 18 to whatend (is) it for you? the dayof the
WHAT place, soever, in
Where, whether, where, whereas, oirov hopou.
Mark 6. 10 [In what place] soever ye enter into an h.
WHATSOEVER (things)
l.A mant
tr x B> N ink ish.
Lev. 17. fa, TO Whatsoever man. .of the house of Isr.
17. 13 whatsoever man .of the children of Israel
22. 18 Whatsoever (he be) of the house of Israel
2.All, Va kol.
Gen. 8. 19 whatsoever creepethupon the earth, after
3.All that, ^-^koldi.
Ezra 7. 21 whatsoever Ezra the priest, the scribe of
7. 23 Whatsoever is commanded by the God of
l.Every vessel, ^9n
l
>|
kol hak-keli.
Lev. 15. 26 whatsoever she sitteth upon shall beun.
5. What, that which, i nc mah di. .
Ezra 7. 1 8 whatsoever shall seem good to thee, and
6. Whatsoever, ft tav ho ean.
Matti4. 7 promised with an oath to give her [what.]
15. 5 by whatsoever thou mightest be profited
16. 19 [whatsoever] thou shalt bind on earth sh.
16. 19 [whatsoever] thou shall loose on earth sh.
20. 4, [7] Go ye also into the vineyard, and what.
Mark 6. 22 Ask of me whatsoever thou wilt, and I will
6. 23 Whatsoever thou shalt ask of me, I will
7.11 by whatsoever thou mightest be profited
10. 35 that thou shouldest do 1or us whatsoever
WHEAT
Markn. 23 come to pass; he shall have [whatsoever}
13. 1 1 but whatsoever shall be given you in that
Gal. 6. 7 for [whatsoever] a man soweth, that shall
i Jo. 3. 22 whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, be.
3 John 5 Beloved, thou doest faithfully whatsoever
7. Whatsoever, ft lav n ho ean ti.
Eph. 6. 8 Knowing that [whatsoever] good thing
&. Of what kind or sort J ovutoi iturt, iwpvtoi pole.
Gal. 2. 6 seemed to be somewhat, whatsoever they
9. As many as, ova (neut. pi.) hosa.
Matt. 17. 12 but havedone unto him whatsoever they
28. 20 Teaching them toobserve all things what.
Mark 9. 13 they have done unto him whatsoever they
10. 21 sell whatsoever thou hast, and give to the
Luke 4. 23 whatsoever we have heard done in Cape.
12. 3 whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness
Johnis. 14 Ye are my friends, if ye do [whatsoever]
17. 7 they have known that all things whatso.
Acts 4. 28 For to do whatsoever thy hand and thy
Rom. 15. 4 For whatsoever things were written afore.
Phil. 4. 8 whatsoever things are true, whatsoever
4. 8 whatsoever things (are) just, whatsoever
4. 8 whatsoever things(are) lovely, whatsoever
10. A s many as, oaa &v (neut. pi.) hosa an.
Matt. 7. 12 all things whatsoever ye would that men
21. 22 all things, [whatsoever] ye shall ask inpr.
23. 3 All therefore [whatsoever] they bid you
John 1 1. 22 whatsoever thou wilt ask of God, God will
16. 13 but [whatsoever] he shall hear, (that) shall
16. 23 [Whatsoever] ye shall ask the Father in
Acts 3. 22 him shall ye hear in all things wh, Ro-3. 19*
11. .4s many as, oaa lav hosa (neut. pi.) ean,
Matt.iS. 18 [Whatsoever] ye shall bind . . whatsoever
12. Whatsoever, o ri &v (neut.) ho ti an.
Lukeio. 35 whatsoever thou spendest more, when I
John 2. 5 mother saith unto the servants, Whutso.
14. 13 whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that
15. 1 6 whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in
13. Whatsoever, irav $ TI &v (neut.) pan ho ti an.
Col. 3. 17 whatsoever ye do in word or deed, (do)
3. 23 whatsoever ye do, do (it) heartily, as to
14. All, whatsoever, irav (neut.) pan.
Matt 15. 17 whatsoever entereth in at the mouth go.
Mark 7. 18 whatsoever thing from without entereth.
Uom. 14. 23 notof faith : for whatsoever (is) not of fa.
i Co. 10. 25 Whatsoeveris sold in the shambles, (that)
10. 27 whatsoever is set before you eat, asking
Eph. 5. 13 for whatsoever doth make manifest is Ii.
i Jo. 5. 4 For whatsoever is born of God, Rev. 18. 22-
15. Whatsoever, $ Srjirore hit depute, John 5- 4-
16. Whatsoever, ri (neut.) ti.
i Co. 10. 31 or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of
WHEAT, wheaten
1. Corn, grain, ~if, 13 bar.
Jer. 23. 28 What (is) the chaff to the wheat? saith the
Joel 2. 24 floors shall be full of wheat, and the fats
Amos 5. ii ye take from him burdens of wheat : ye
8. 5 we may set forth wheat, making the eph.
8. 6 That we may. .sell the refuse of the wh.?
2. Corn, \m dagan.
Num i8. i2 all the best of the wine, and of the wheat.
Jer. 31. 12 for wheat, and for wine, and for oil, and
3. Wheat, n^n chittah.
Gen. 30. 14 Reuben went in the days of wheat harv.
Exod. 9. 32 But the wheat and the rie were not smi.
29. 2 (of) wheaten flour shalt thou make them
34. 22 of the first fruits of wheat harvest, and
Deut. 8. 8 A land of wheat, and barley, and vines
32. 14 and goats, with the fat of kidneys of wh.
Judg. 6. ii his son Gideon threshed wheat by the w.
15. i awhile after, in the time of wheat harvest
Ruth 2. 23 unto the end of barley harvest and of w.
1 Sa. 6. 13 (were) reaping their wheat harvest in the
12. 17 (Is it) not wheat harvest to day? I will
2 Sa. 4. 6 (as though) they would have fetched wh.
17. 28 wheat, and barley, and flour, and parched
i Ki. 5. ii twenty thousand measures of wheat (for)
1 Ch.2i. 20 hid. .Now Oman was threshing wheat
21. 23 and the wheat for the meat offering, I give
2 Ch. 2. 10 twenty thousand measures of beaten w.
2. 15 Now therefore the wheat, and the barley
27. 5 ten thousand measures of wheat, and ten
Job 31. 40 Let thistles grow instead of wheat, and
Psa. 81. 16 fed them also with the flnestof the wheat
147. 14 (and) fllleth thee with the finest of thew.
Song 7. 2 thy belly (is like) an heap of wheat set ab.
Isa. 28. 25 cast in the principal wheat, and the app.
Jer. 12. 13 They have sown wheat, but shall reap th.
41. 8 for we have treasures in|the field, of whe.
Eze. 4. 9 Take thou also unto thee wheat, and ba,
27. 17 they traded in thy market wheat of Min.
45. 13 sixth part of an ephah of an homer of w.
Joel i. n Be ye ashamed . .for the wheat and for the
4. Wheat, grain, J pjn chintin.
Ezra 6. 9 burnt offerings of the God of heaven, wh.
7. 22 to an hundred measures of wheat, and to
5. Ground corn, wheat, grits, nis") riphoth.
Prov 27. 22 bray a fool in a mortar among wheat with
Q.Sifted wheat or corn, <T?TO$ sitos.
Matt. 3. 12 gather his wheat into the garner, but he
13. 25 enemycarue and sowed taresaiuongthejw.
13. 29 lest, .ye rootup alsothe wheat with them
13. 30 bind them . . but gather the wheat into nijr
WHEEL 1045 WHERE
Luke 3. 17 will Bather the wheat into his garner; hut
16. 7 And he said, An hundred measures of w.
22. 31 (to have) you, that he may sift you as w.
John 1 2. 24 Except a corn of wheat fall into the gro.
Acts 27. 38 lightened the ship, and cast out the wlie
i Co. 15. 37 it may chance of wheat, or of some other
Rev. 6. 6 A measure of wheat for a penny, and th.
18. 13 fine flour, and wheat, and beasts, and sh.
WHEEL
I. Turnings, wheels, D ;?N obnayim.
Jer. 18. 3 behold, he wrought a work on the wheels
2. A wheel, jgijt ophan.
Exodi4. 25 took off their chariot wheels, that they
i Ki. 7. 30 every base had four braseu wheels, and
7. 32 four wheels; and the axletrees of the wh
7. 32 height of a wheel (was) a cubit and half
i Ki. 7. 33 the work of the wheels, .a chariot wheel
Prov 20. 26 a wise king . bringeth the wheel over th.
Isa. 28. 27 neither is a cart wheel turned about upon
.Eze. i. 15 behold one wheel upon the earth by the
i. 16 The appearance of the wheels and their
i. 16 as it were a wheel in the middle of a whee
i. 19 the wheels went by them . . the wheels were
i. 20, 21 the wheels were lifted up. .in the wh
3. 13 the noise of the wheels over against them
10. 6 he went in, and stood beside the wheels
10. 9 the four wheels by the cherubim, one wh.
10. 9 another wheel . . the appearance of the wh
10. 10 a wheel had been in the midst of a wheel
10. 12 the wheels, .(even) the wheels that they
10. 13 As for the wheels, it was cried unto them
10. 16 the wheels went by them, .the same wh.
10. 19 when they went out, the wheels also (we.)
11. 22 lift up their wings, and the wheels beside
Sah. i. 2 the noise of the rattlingof the wheels, and
S.A rolling thing, wheel, ?3.^3 grilgal.
Psa 83. 13 make them like a wheel ; as the stubble
Keel. 12. 6 bowl, .or the wheel broken at the cistern
Isa 5. 28 counted like flint, and their wheels like
Jer. 47. 3 (at) the rumbling of his wheels, the fath.
Eze. 10. 2 Go in between the wheels, (even) under
10. 6 Take fire from between the wheels, from
10. 13 cried unto them in my hearing, O wheel
23. 24 they shall come against thee with . . wheels
26. 10 shallshakeatthenoise..of the wheels, and
Dan. 7. 9 (was like) the fiery flame, (and) his wheels
4. A rolling thing, wheel, "?3^3 gilgal.
Isa. 28. 28 nor break (it with) the wheel of his cart
5. Beat, step, DJ29 paam.
Judg. 5. 28 cried, .why tarry the wheels of his chariots?
WHELP
I.A son, J3 ben,
Job 4. 1 1 the stout lion s whelps are scattered abro.
28. 8 The lion s whelps have not trodden it, nor
2.A whelp, lia (/or.
Jer. 51. 38 They shall roar together like lions, they
Nan. 2. 12 did tear in. pieces enough for his whelps
8. .4 whelp, *H3 gur.
Gen. 49. 9 Judah (is) a liou s whelp : from the prey
Deut 33. 22 Dan is a lion s whelp : he shall leap from
Eze. 19. 2 she nourished her whelps among young
19. 3 she brought upone ofjier whelps : it bee.
19. 5 she took anotherofher1
whelps, (and)made
Nah. 2. 1 1 the old lion walked, (and) the lion s whelp
WHEN
I. After, inN achar.
Gen. 24. 36 bare a son to my master when she was
2.//, DK im.
Gen. 38. 9 when he went in unto his brother s wife
3. Thnt, in that, T^X asher.
Gen. 6. 4 when the sons of God came in unto the da.
4. When as, ne>K3 ka-as/ier.
Gen. 12. ii when he was come near to enter into Eg
5. From that (time) ^o mid-de.
i Sa. i. 7 when she went up to the house of theLo.
1 Ki. 14. 28 when the king went into the house of the
2 Ch.i2. ii when the king entered into the house of
6. A s that, H| ke-di.
Dan. 3. 7 when all the people heard the sound of
7. Tn the day, DV? be-yom.
Lev. 13. 14 when raw flesh appeareth in him, heshall
14. 57 To teach when (it is) unclean, and when
Deut 21. 16 when he maketh his sons to inherit (that)
2 Sa. 21. 12 when the Philistines had slain Saul in Gil.
Eze. 38. 18 when Gog shall come against the land of
Zech. 14. 3 fight against those nations, as when he fo.
8. When, ? ki.
Gen. 4. 12 When thou tillestthe ground, it shall not
9. As, ID? kemo.
Gen. 19. 15 when the morning arose, then the angels
10. From (the time} that, "t ;o min di.
Kzra 4. 23 Now when the copy of king Artaxerxes
\\.When1. no mathai.
Gen. 30. 30 when shall I provide for mine own house
12. For when ? re1
? le-mathai.
Exod. 8. 9 when shall I entreat for thee, and for thy
IS. During, iy ad.
Psa. 71. 1 8 Now also when I am old and greyheaded
14. While yet, TV 3 be-od.
Gen. 48. 7 when yet (there was) but a little way to
15. Tn or at the time, nj$ fie-etli, rr;
s le-eth.
1 Ki. ii. 4 when Solomon was old. (that) his wives
2 Ch.2o. 22 when they began to sing and to praise, the
29. 27 when the burnt offering began, the song
Jer. 2. 17 forsaken the LORD thy God, when he led
Eze. 21. 25 whose day is come, when iniquity (shall
21. 29 whose day is come, when their iniquity
16. If, (dv ean.
i Co. 14. 16 when thou shnlt bless with the spirit, how
1 Jo. 3. 2 when heshall appear, we shall be like him
17. After that, when, tirdv epo.n.
Matt. 2. 8 when ye have found (him), bring me word
Luke 1 1. 22 But when a stronger than he shall come
ii. 34 when (thine eye) is evil, thy body also (is)
18. Since, when, after that, tird epei.
Luke 7. i Now [when] he had ended all his sayings
19. When, riviKa henika.
2 Co. 3. 15 when Moses is read, the veilis upon their
3. 16 Nevertheless when it shall turn to the L.
20.According as, na6<&s kathiJs.
Acts 7. 17 But when the time of the promise drew
21. After, p.trd (ace.) meta.
Acts 7. 4 when his father was dead, he removed
i Co. ii. 25 After the same manner, .when he had
22. When, 6ir6re hopote.
Luke 6. 3 what David did, [when] himself was an
23.5*0 that, oirtas hopos.
Acts 3. 19 when the times of refreshing shall come
24. Whenever, 6rav hotan.
Matt. 5.11 Blessed are ye when (men) shall revile you
See also 6. 2, 5, 6, 16; 9. 15; 10. 19, 23; 12. 43; 13. 3;;;
15.2; 19.28; 21.40; 23. 15; 24. 15,32, 33; 25. 31; 26.
,29; Mark 2. 20; 3. n ; 4. 15, 16, 20, 31, 32; 8. 38; n. 25;
12. [23], 25; 13. 4, 7, ii, 14, 28, 29; Lukes. 35 . 6.22, 22,26;
8. 13; 9. 26; n. 2, 21, 24, 34, 36; 12. ii, 54, 55; 13. 28.
14.8,10,10,12,13; 16. 4,9 ; 17.10; 21. 7, 9, 20, 30, 31 ; 23. 42 ;
John 2. 10 ; 4. 25 ; 5. 7 ; 7. 27, 31 ; 8. 28, 44 ; 10. 4 ; 13
19; 14. 29; 15. 26; 16. 4, 13, 21 ; 21. 18; Acts 23. 35; 24.
22; Rom. 2. 14 ; ii. 27; i Co. 13. 10; 14. 26; 15. 24, 24,
27, 28, 54; 16. 2, 3, 5, 12; 2 Co. 10. 6; 12. 10 ; 13.9; Col.
3 . 4; 4. 16; i Th. 5. 3; 2 Th. i. 10; i Ti. 5. n; Titus 3.
12; Heb. i. 6; Jas. i. 2; i Jo. 2. [28]; 5. 2; Rev. 4. 9;
9. 5; 10. 7; ii. 7; 17. 10; 18. 9; 20. 7.
25. When, 6-r* hote.
Matt. 7. 28 when Jesus had ended these sayings, the
See also 9.25; ii. i; 12. 3; 13. 26, 48, 53; 17. [25]; 19.
i; 21. i, 34; 26. i; Mark i. 32; 2. 25; 4. 10; 7. 17; 8. 19,
20; ii. i, [19]; 14. 12; 15. 20, 41; Luke 2. 21, 22, 42; 4. 25;
6- 13; I 3- fssJ; 17- 22; 22. 14, 35; 23. 33; John i. 19; 2. 22; 4.
21, 23, 45; 5. 25; 6. 24; 9. 4, [14]; 12. 16, [17], [41]; 13. 31; 16.
25; 19. 6, 8, 23, 30; 20. 24; 21. 15, 18; Acts 1. 13; 8. 12, 39;
ii. 2; 12. 6; 21. 5, 35; 22. 20; 27. 39; 28. 16; Rom. 2. [16];
6. 20; 7. 5; 13. ii; i Co. 13. ii, n; Gal. i. 15; 2. n, 12, 14;
4. 3, 4; Phil. 4. 15; Col. 3. 7; i Th. 3. 4 ; 2 Th. 3. 10; 2 Ti.
4. 3; Heb. 7. 10; i Pe. 3. 20; Jude [9]; Rev. i. 17; 5. 8; 6.
1 . 3. 5> 7> 9. I2 ! 8. [i]; 10. 3, 4; 12. 13; 22. 8.
26. Where, o5 hou.
Heb. 3. 9 When your fathers tempted me, proved
27. When ? v6re pote.
Matt. 24. 3 Tell us, when shall these things be? and
25- 37, 44 saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hu.
25. 38 When saw we thee a stranger, and took
25. 39 when saw we thee sick, or in prison, and
Marki3. 4 Tell us, when shall these things be? and
13. 33 watch an4 pray: for ye know not when
13. 35 for ye know not when the master of the
Lukei2. 36 lord, when he will return from the wedd.
17. 20 demanded, .when the kingdom of God sh.
21. 7 saying, Master, but when shall these things
John 6. 25 said. .Rabbi, when earnest thou hither ?
28. Once, at some time or other, irort pote.
Luke 22. 32 when thou art converted, strengthen thy
29. As, when, >y hos.
Luke i. 41 when Elisabeth heard the salutation of
2. 39 when they had performed all things acco
4. 25 when great famine was throughout all the
5. 4 Now when he had left speaking, he said
7. 12 Now when he came nigh to the gate of the
n. i when he ceased, one of his disciples said
12. 58 When thou goest with thine adversary to
19. 5 when Jesus came to the place, he looked
19. 29 when he was come nigh to Bethphage and
19. 41 when he was come near, he beheld the ci.
20. 37 when ihe calleth the Lord the God of Abr.
John 2. 9 When the ruler of the feast had tasted
2. 23 Now when he was in Jerusalem at the pa.
4. i When therefore the Lord knew how the
4. 40 So when the Samaritans were come unto
6. 12 When they were filled, he said unto his di.
6. 16 when even was (now) come, his disciples
7. 10 when his brethren were gone up, then we.
8. 7 [So when they continued asking him, he]
ii. 6 When he had heard therefore that he was
ii. 32 Then when Mary was come where Jesus
ii. 33 When Jesusthereforesawherweeping,and
19. 33 But when they came to Jesus, and saw
Acts 5. 24 Now when the high priest and the captain
7. 23 when he was full forty years old, it came
10. 7 when the angel which spake unto Cornel.
13. 29 when they had fulfilled all that was written
14. 5 when there was an assault made both of
Acts 16. 15 when she was baptized, and herhouseho.
17. 13 when the Jews of Thessalouica had know.
18. 5 when Silas and Timotheus were come from
19. g when divers were hardened, and believed
20. 14 when he met with us at Assos, we took
20. 18 when they were come to him, he said unto
21.12 when we heard these things, both we, and
21. 27 when the seven days were almost ended
22. ii when I could not see for the glory of that
25. 14 when they had been there many days, Feat.
27. i when it was determined that we should
27. 27 But when the fourteenth night was come
28. 4 when the barbarians saw the (venomous)
i Co. 1 1. 34 And the rest will I set in order when I co.
30. In the, iv rcj> en tf>.
Matt. 13. 4 when he sowed, some (seeds) fell by the
27. 12 when he was accused of the chief priests
Luke/
2. 27 when the parents brought in the child J.
3. 21 Now when all the people were baptized.
5. 12 when he was in a certain city, behold a
8. 40 when Jesus was returned, the people (gl.)
9. 36 when the voice was past, Jesus was found
9. 51 when the time was come that he should
10. 35 whatsoever thou spendest more, when I
19. 15 when he was returned, having received
Acts 2. i when the day of Pentecost was fully come
Rom. 3. 4 and mightest overcome when thou art ju.
Gal. 4. 18 and not only when I am present with you
1 Pe. 4. 13 when his glory shall be revealed, ye may
31.7ra which, the, iv ?f, tv rrj en he, en te.
Luke22. 7 day of unleavened bread, when the pass.
John 4. 52 Then enquired he of them the hour when
Acts 13. 17 exalted the people when they, 2 Th, i. 7
82.And, also. at kai, Acts 5. 7 ; Heb. 8. 8.
WHENCE ? (from)
1.From ivhence 1 njp N e miz-zeh.
Gen. 16. 8 whence earnest thou? and whither wilt th.
2. Whence? J Np me-ayin.
Gen. 29. 4 My brethren, whence (be)ye? And they sa.
42. 7 said unto them,Whence come ye? And they Num ii. 13 Whence should I have flesh to give unto
Josh. 2. 4 There came men unto me, but I wist not
9. 8 said unto them, Who(are) ye? and fromw.
Judgir. 9 Micahsaiduntohini, Whence comest thoui
19. 17 Whither goest thou? and whence comest
2 Ki. 5. 25 Elisha said unto him, Whence (comest th.)
6. 27 whence shall I help thee? out of the barn
20. 14 What said these men? and from whence
Job i. 7 LoRDsaid unto Satan, Whence comest tli.?
28. 20 Whence then cometh wisdom? and where
Psa.i2i. i untothehills, from whence cometh my lit.
Isa. 39. 3 What said these men and from whence
Jon. i. 8 whence comest thou? what (is) thy count.
Nah. 3. 7 who will bemoan her: whence shall I seek
3. Whence, dOev hothen.
Matt 12. 44 I will return into my house from whence
Luken. 24 I will return unto my house whence I ca.
Acts 14. 26 from whence they had been re. He. 11.19.
4. Where, o5 hou, Phil. 3. 20.
5. Whence? how? ir6Qfv pothen.
Mattis. 27 sow good seed in thy field ? from whence
See also v. 54, 56; 15.33; 21. 25; Mark 6. 2 ; 8. 4 ; 12.
37 ; Luke i. 43 ; 13. 25, 27 ; 20. 7 ; John i. 48 ; 2. 9 ; 3. 8 ;
4. ii ; 6. 5 ; 7. 27, 27, 28 ; 8. 14, 14 ; 9. 29, 30 ; 19. 9 ; Jas.
4. i ; Rev. 2. 5 ; 7. 13.
WHENSOEVER
1. Whensoever, orav hotan.
Marki4. 7 whensoever ye will ye may do them good
2. Whensoever, is lav hos ean.
Rom 15. 24 [Whensoever] I take my journey into Sp.
WHERE
l.Wfieref N e.
Gen. 3. 9 God called unto Adam.. Where (art) thoul
4. 9 said unto Cain, Where (is) Abel thy bro. t
Job 20. 7 they which have seen him shall say, Wh.
Isa. 19. 12 Where (are) they?., let them tell thee novr
2. Where ? nj N e zeh.
1 Sa. 9. 1 8 Tell me, I pray thee, where the seer s ho.
Job 28. 12 and where (is) the place of understanding?
3. Where ? n. N ayyeh.
Gen. 1 8. 9 Where (is) Sarah thy wife? And he said
Jer. 37. 19 Where (are) now your prophets which pr.
i.Hoiu, how ? np N ekah.
Song i. 7 Teil me. .where thou feedest, where thou
5. How, how ? nJ K ekoh.
2 Ki. 6. 13 Go and spy where he (is), that I may send
6. Whence ?
j Np me-ayin.
Job 28. 12 But where shall wisdom be found? and wh.
7. Where ? nij N ephoh.
Gen. 37. 16 tell me, I pray thee, where they feed (th.
Ruth 2. 19 Where hast thou gleaned today? and wh
1 Sa. 19. 22 asked and said, Where (are) Samuel and
2 Sa. 9. 4 king said unto him, Where (is) he? And
Job 4. 7 Remember, .where were the righteous cut
38. 4 Where wast thou when I laid the found.
Isa. 49. 21 I was left alone; these, where (had) they
Jer. 3. 2 see where thou hast not been lien with : in
36. 19 Go, hide thee. .and let no man know wh.
8. Unto, *?x el.
Lev. 4. 12 clean place, where the ashes are poured
9. Whither ? njtj anah.
x Ki. 6. 6 man of God said, Where fell it? And he
WHERE 1046 WHEREFORE
10. Wheret msx, IBM epho.
Gen. 27. 33 where (is) he that hath taken venison, and
Job 9. 24 judges thereof ; if not, where, (and) who
Isa. 19. 12 where (are) thy wise (men)?, let them tell
Hos. 13. 10 where (is any other) that may save thee in
11. In (the place) that, where, Te>*3 ba-asher.
Judg 5. 27 where he bowed, there he fell down dead
12. Whence, ly^D me-asher.
Exod.s. ii Go ye, get you straw where ye can find it
13. Where, whither, ay )* asher sham.
Gen. 2. ii the whole land of Havilah, where (there
1 4. A hand, part, t; yad.
Isa. 57. 8 thou lovedst their bed where thou sawest
15. Whither, n^n [tarn],
Ezra 6. i where the treasures were laid up in Bab.
16./n which, iv $ en ho.
Acts 4. 31 place was shaken where they were assem.
7. 33 for the place [where] thou standest is ho.
11. ii already come unto the house where I was
15. 36 where we have preached the word of the
IT. Down to, Kurd (ace.) Jcata.
Lukeio. 33 Samaritan, as he journeyed, came where
18. Whence, 66ft> hothen.
Matt25- 24 and gathering where thon hast not straw.
25. 26 and gather where I have not strawed
19. Where, STTOV hopou.
Matt. 6. 19 where moth and rust doth corrupt and wh.
6. 20 where neither moth nor rust dothcorrupt
6. 20 where thieves do not break through
6. 21 For where your treasure is, there will
13. 5 Some fell upon stony places, where they
25. 24 reaping where thou hast not sown, and
25. 26 thou knewest that I reap where I sowed
26. 57 where the scribes and the elders were as.
28. 6 Come, see the place where the Lord lay
Mark 2. 4 they uncovered the roof where he was
4. 5 some fell on stony ground, where it had
4. 15 these are they by the wayside, where the
5. 40 and entereth in where the damsel was
6. 55 those that were sick, where they heard he
9. [44, 46], 48 Where their worm dieth not, and
13. 14 see the abomination, .standing where it
14. 14 where I shall eat the passover with my
1 6. 6 he is not here : behold the place where
Luke 1 2. 33 where iiothief approacheth, neithermoth
12. 34 For where your treasure is, there willyo.
22. ii where I shall eat the passover with my
John i. 28 in Bethabara beyond Jordan, where John
3. 8 The wind bloweth where it listeth, and
4. 20 Jerusalem is the place where men ought
4. 46 Jesus came again into Cana of Galilee, w.
6. 23 unto the place where they did eat bread
6. 62 see the Son of man ascend up where he
7. 34, 36 and where I am, (thither) ye cannot
7. 42 out of the town of Beth lehem, where D.
10. 40 into the place where John at first bapti.
11. 30 but was in that place where Martha met
11. 32 Then when Mary was come where Jesus
12. i Bethany, where Lazarus was which had
12. 26 and where I am, there shall also my ser.
14. 3 myself ; that where I am, (there) ye may
17. 24 whom thou hast given me be with me w.
18. i brook Cedron, where was a garden, into
19. 18 Where they crucified him, and two other
19. 20 for the place where Jesus was crucified
19. 41 Now in the place where he was crucified
20. 12 at the feet, where the body of Jesus had
20. 19 when the doors were shut where the dis.
Acts 17. i came to Thessalonica, where was a syna.
Rom 15. 20 preach the gospel, not where Christ was
Col. 3. ii Where there is neither Greeklnor Jew.ci.
Heb. 9. 1 6 For where a testament (is), there must
10. 18 Now where remission of these (is, there
Jas. 3. 16 For where envying and strife (is), there
Rev. 2. 13 (even) where Satan s seat (is) : and thou
2. 13 was slain among you, where Satan dwell.
n. 8 and Egypt, where also our Lord was cru.
12. 6 wilderness, where she hath a place prep.
12. 14 [where] she is nourished for a time, to. 10
20. Where... there, oirov <?K7, Mr. 6. 55; Re. 12. 14.
21. Where, ov hou.
Matt. 2. 9 till it came and stood over where the yo.
1 8. 20 For where two or three are gathered to.
28. 16 into a mountain where Jesus had appoi.
Luke 4. 16 came to Nazareth, where he had been br.
4. 17 he found the place where it was written
22. 10 follow him into the house [where] he en.
John: i. 41 [took away the stone (from the place) wh].
Acts 1.13 into an upper room, where abode both P.
2. 2 it filled all the house where they were si.
7. 29 stranger in the land of Madian, where he
12. 12 where many were gathered together pra.
16. 13 river side, where prayer was wont to be
20. 6 came unto them to Troas in five days ; wh.
20. 8 upper chamber, where they were gathered
25. 10 judgment seat, where I ought to be jud.
28. 14 Where we found brethren, and were de.
Rom. 4. 15 for where no law is, (there is) no transg.
5. 20 But where sin abounded, grace did much
9. 26 in the place where it was said unto them
a Co. 3. 17 where the Spirit of the Lord (is), there
Col. 3. ! where Christ sitteth on the right hand of
Rev. 17. 15 whre the whore sitteth, are peoples, and
22 Wh^re! irou pou.
Matt .2. 2 Where ia he that is born King of the Jews?
Matt. ?. 4 he demanded of them where Christ shou.
8. 20 but the Son of man hath not where to lay
26. 17 Where wilt thou that we prepare for thee
Mark i t. 12 Where wilt thou that we go and prepare
14. 14 The Master saith, Where is the guest ch.
15. 47 (the mother) of J oses beheld where he was
Luke 8. 25 Where is your faith? And they being afr.
9. 58 but the Son of man hath not where to lay
12. 17 because I have no room where to bestow
17. 17 Were there not ten cleansed? but where
17. 37 they answered and said unto him, Where
22. 9 said unto him, Where wilt thou that we
22. 1 1 The Master saith . . Where is the guest ch.
John i. 38 being interpreted, Master, where dwell,
i. 39 They came and saw where he dwelt, and
7. 1 1 sought him at the feast, and said. Where
8. 10 [Woman, where are those thine accusers?]
8. 19 Then said they unto him, Where is thy
9. 12 Then said they unto him, Where is he?
ii. 34 Where have ye laid him? They said unto
11. 57 that, if any man knew where he were, he
20. 2, 13 know not where they have laid him
20. 15 tell me where thou hast laid him, and I
Rom. 3. 27 Where (is) boasting then? It is excluded
i Co. i. 20 Where (is) the wise? where (is) the scribe ?
i. 20 where is the disputer of this world? hath
12. 17 where (were) the hearing, .where (were)
12. 19 they were all one member, where (were)
15. 55 where (is) thy sting?, .where (is) thy vi.?
1 Pe. 4. 1 8 where shall the ungodly and the sinner
2 Pe. 3. 4 Where is the promise of his coming? for
Rev. 2. 13 where thou dwellest, (even). .Satan s seat
23. What ? ris tis.
Gal. 4. 15 [Where] is then the blessedness ye spake
24. Place, roiros toj>os.
1 Ti. 2. 8 I will therefore that men pray every wh.
WHERE no
In not, in the cessation of, 05x3 be-ephes.
Prov 26. 20 Where no wood is, (there) the fire goeth
WHEREAS
I. If, since, DN im.
Job 22. 20 Whereas our substance is not cut down
2. For, ? ki.
Gen. 31. 37 Whereas thou hast searched all my stuff
S.Now, rwy attah.
2 Ch. io. 1 1 For whereas my father put a heavy yoke
4. Under, instead of, nnn tachath.
Isa. 60. 15 Whereas thou hast been forsaken and ha.
5. Because that, ~?$ jy; yaan asher.
i Ki. 8. 1 8 Whereas it was in thine heart to build an
6. In that which, eV < en Jw.
i Pe. 2. 12 whereas they speak against you as evil do.
3. 16 whereas they speak evil of you, as of evil
7. Where, whereas, oirov hopou.
1 Co. 3. 3 for whereas (there is) among you envying
2 Pe. 2. ii Whereas angels which are greater in po.
^.Whoever, Hcrrts hostis.
Jas. 4. 14 Whereas ye know not what (shall be) on
WHEREBY
!.//(, with, or by what? n3 bam-mah.
Gen. 15. 8 whereby shall I know that I shall inherit
2. Whereby (?), jp minni (? error for minnim).
Psa. 45. 8 palaces, whereby they have made thee g.
3. Through which, Si ^j di hes.
Heb. 12. 28 whereby we may serve God acceptably
2 Pe. i. 4 Whereby are given unto us exceeding gr.
3. 6 Whereby the world that then was, being
4.1n which, tv $, tv ols en h<~>, en hois.
Luke i. 78 whereby the day spring from on high hath
Acts 4. 12 none other name, .whereby we must be
ii. 14 whereby thou and all thy house shall be
Rom. 8. 15 Spirit .of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba
14.21 whereby thy brother stumbleth, Ep. 4. 30
o*.jB;/ which, irpbs ft pros ho, Eph. 3. 4.
5. Down to on- by what thing ? /carit r((acc.) kata ti.
Luke i. 1 8 Whereby shall I know this? for I am an
6. Whence, 66tv hothen.
1 Jo. 2. 18 whereby we know that it is the last time
T. Concerning which, irtp\ ot> peri (gen.) hou.
Acts j ). 40 there being no cause whereby we may give
WHEREFORE
\.Jiut, truly, yet, D^IN ulam.
Job 33. i Wherefore, Job, I pray tiiec, hear my sp.
^.Therefore, jnS la-hen.
Dan. 4. 27 Wherefore, king, let my counsel be ac.
3. Wherefore, wherefore t y"9 madd-ua.
Gen. 26. 27 Wherefore come ye to me, seeing ye hate
Isa. 5. 4 wherefore, when I looked that it should
4.For what, wherefore ? rr^ la-mah.
Gen. 1 8. 13 Wherefore did Sarah laugh, saying, Shall
5. Concerning what f n-Sy al mah.
Mai. 2. 14 Yet ye say, Wherefore? Because the LORD
G.For this reason, because, .ij nSsp-Sj kolqebeldenah.
Dan. 3. 8 Wherefore at thattime certain Chaldean-;
6. 9 Wherefore king Darius signed the writing
T. Surely only, ^N ? ki ak.
2 Ki. 5. 7 wherefore consider, I pray you, and see
8. Therefore, i?"
1
?; al km.
Gen. io. 9 wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrodthe
^.Therefore, pV la-ken.
Exod. 6. 6 Wherefore say unto the children of Israel
10. Under or instead of what t no n~n tachath ineh.
Jer. 5. 19 Wherefore doeth the LORD our God all th.
11./n deed, in truth, then, therefore, tipa ara.
a Co. 7. 12 Wherefore, though I wrote unto you, I
l2.Then truly, therefore, &payt aruge.
Matt. 7. 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know
13. Because of what t Siarldiati.
Lukeig. 23 Wherefore thengavest not thou my money
Rom. 9. 32 Wherefore? Because (they sought it) not
2 Co. ii. ii Wherefore? because I love you not? God
Rev. 17. 7 Wherefore didst thou marvel? I will tell
14.0 account of which, 810 dio.
Matt.27. 8 Wherefore that field was called, The field
Luke 7. 7 Wherefore neither thought I myself wort.
Acts 13. 35[\Vherefore]hesaithalsoinanother(psalm)
15. 19 Whereforemy sentence is, that we trouble
20. 26 Wherefore I take you to record this day
24. 26 wherefore he sent for him theoftener, and
25. 26 Wherefore I have brought him forth bef.
26. 3 wherefore I beseech thee to hear me pat.
27. 25 Wherefore, sirs, be of good cheer: for I
27. 34 Wherefore I pray you to take (some) m.
Rom. i. 24 Wherefore God also gave them up to un.
13. 5 Wherefore (ye)must needs be subject, not
15. 7 Wherefore receive ye one another as Ch.
1 Co. 12. 3 Wherefore I give you to understand, that
2 Co. 2. 8 Wherefore I beseech you that ye would
5. 9 Wherefore we labour, that, whether pres.
6. 17 Wherefore come out from among them
Eph. 2. ii Wherefore remember, that ye (being) in
3. 13 Wherefore I desire that ye faint not at
4. 8 Wherefore he saith, When he ascended
4. 25 Wherefore, putting away lying, speak ev.
5. 14 Wherefore he saith, Awake thou that si.
Phil. 2. 9 Wherefore God also hath highly exalted
i Th. 2. 18 [Wherefore] we would have come unto you
3. i Wherefore, when we could no longer for.
5. IT Wherefore comfort yourselves together
Phm. 8 Wherefore, though I might be much bold
Ileb. 3. 7 Wherefore as the Holy Ghost saith, To d.
3. io Wherefore I was grieved with that gene,
io. 5 Wherefore, when he cometh into the wo.
n. 16 wherefore God is not ashamed to be called
12. 12 Wherefore lift up the hands which hang
12. 28 Wherefore, we receiving a kingdom which
13. 12 Wherefore Jesus also, that he might sa.
Jas. i. 21 Wherefore lay apart all fllthiness and su.
4. 6 Wherefore he saith, God resisteth the pr.
1 Pe. 1. 13 Wherefore gird upthe loinspf your mind
2. 6 [Wherefore] also it is contained in the
2 Pe. i. io Wherefore the rather, brethren, giv^
i. 12 Wherefore I will not be negligent to put
3. 14 Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look
15. Wherefore truly, Sioirep dioper.
i Co. 8. 13 Wherefore, if meat make my brother to
io. 14 Wherefore, my dearly beloved, flee from
14- 13 [Wherefore] let him that speaketh in an
16. Wherefore ? why? Iva. TI hina ti.
Matt. 9. 4 said, Wherefore think ye evil in your hea.
17. Whence, o6fv hothen.
Heb. 2. 17 Wherefore in all things it behoved him
3. i Wherefore, holy brethren, partakers of
7. 25 Wherefore he is able also to save them to
8. 3 wherefore (it is)of necessity that this man
18. Therefore, then, ovv oun.
Matt 24. 26 Wherefore, if they shall say unto you.B.
Acts i. 21 Wherefore of these men which have com.
6. 3 [Wherefore] brethren, look ye out among
1 Co. 4. 16 Wherefore I beseech you, be yefollowers
2 Co. 8. 24 Wherefore show ye to them, and before
Col. 2. 20 [Wherefore], if ye be dead with Christ fr.
i Pe. 2. i Wherefore, laying aside all malice, and
19. What ? ri ti.
John 9. 27 wherefore would ye hear (it) again ? will
Acts 22. 30 known the certainty wherefore he wasac.
Gal. 3. 19 Wherefore then (serveth) the law? It was
20. On account of what ? rtvos (vfntv tinosheneken.
Acts 19. 32 knew not wherefore they were come tog.
21. On account of what ? x-PiV rivos charin tinos.
i Jo. 3. 12 wherefore slew he him? because his own
22. On account of, or because of this, Sia TOVTO.
Mattiz. 31 Wherefore I say unto you, AH manner of
23. 34 Wherefore, behold, I send unto you pro.
Rom. 5. 12 Wherefore, as by one man sin entered in.
Kph. 1.15 Wherefore I also, after I heard of your fa.
5. 17 Wherefore be ye not unwise, but unders.
6. 13 Where/ore take unto you the whole. arm.
3 John io Wherefore, if I come, I will re. 2 Ti. i. 6
23. Jiecausei of which, &i %v d-i /iiii, (al-riav}.
Acts io. 21 what (is) the cause wherefore ye are co.1
22. 24; 23.28; 2 Ti. i. 6; Titus i. 13.
24. Upon what, k<t> $ eph hS, Matt. 26. 50.
25.For what, ov x-Plv h u charin, Luke 7. 47.
2l;
. Wherefore (therefore) truly^otyapovf taiga rown.
Heb. 12. i Wherefore, seeing we also are compassed
2 .So that, Siffrt hoste.
Malt i.-. 12 Wherefore it is lawful to do well on the
WHEREIN 1047 WHICH
Mattig. 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but
23. 31 Wherefore ye be witnesses unto yoursel.
Horn. 7. 4 Wherefore, my brethren, ye also are bee
7. 12 Wherefore the law (is) holy, and the co.
1 Co.io. 12 Wherefore let him thatthinketh he stan
n. 27 Wherefore whosoever shall eat thisbreac
n. 33 Wherefore, my brethren, when ye come
14. 22 Wherefore tongues are for a sign, not t
14. 39 Wherefore, brethren, covet to prophesy
2 Co. 5. 16 Wherefore henceforth know we no man
Gal. 3. 24 Wherefore the law was our schoolmaste
4. 7 Wherefore thou art no more a servant, bu
Phil. 2. 12 Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have alwa
i Th. 4. 18 Wherefore comfort one another with th.
Jas. i. 19 [Wherefore], my beloved brethren, let ev
1 Pe. 4. 19 Wherefore let them that suffer accordin)
28. With a view to what ? fls ri eis ti (neut.)
Matt 14. 31 O thou of little faith, wherefore didst th
29. Indeed then, pen o3j/ men oun.
Acts 19. 38 Wherefore if Demetrius, and the craftsmen
30. With a vieio to which, els 6 eis ho.
2 Th. i. ii Wherefore also we pray always foryou, th
WHEREIN, whereinto, whereinsoever
l.In that which, "1^x3 ba-asher.
Eccl. 3. 9 What profit hath he that worketh in that w.
2. In which, lit. which in it, 13 -iz>x asher bo.
Gen. 7. 15 two and two of all fiesh| wherein (is) the
3. Which there, where, Dty T&K asher sham.
Dent. 12. 2 shall utterly destroy all the places where.
4. In the midst of, 132 be-yav.
Ezra 5. 7 They sent a letter unto him, wherein was
5. In them, in which, jna i?*x asher ba-hen.
Deut.28. 52 wherein thou iriistedst, throughout all
6. In them, in which, n$na n^x asher ba-henah.
Jer. 5.17 they shall impoverish thy fenced cities, wh.
7. This, which, 11 zu-*
Psa. 142. 3 In the way wherein I walked have they
143. 8 cause me to know the way wherein I sh.
8. In what, .153 bam-mah.
1 Sa. 14. 38 know and see wherein this sin hath been
9. In the midst ofiohich, ajina ivx asher be-tok-ah.
Num.35. 34 land which ye shall inhabit, wherein I
10. Unto whose midst, bin-^x na x asher el tok-o.
Lev. ii. 33 every earthen vessel whereinto (any) of
11. On account of which, SI f)i> di hen.
2 Pe. 3. 12 wherein the heavens being on fire shall be
12. With a view to which, tls 6 eis ho.
John 6. 22 save that one whereinto his disciples were
Acts 7. 4 removed, him into this land, wherein ye
i Pe. 3. 20 wherein few, that is, eight souls were sa.
5. 12 this is the true grace of God wherein ye
13. In which, 4v als, tv fj, tv
T<f, eV $, en hais, en he.
Matt. ii. 20 began he to upbraid the cities wherein
25. 13 [know neither the day nor the hour whe.]
Joknig. 41 new sepulchre, wherein was never man
Acts 2. 8 every man in our own tongue, wherein we
10. 12 Wherein were all manner of four footed
Horn. 2. T for wherein thou judgest another, thou co.
5. 2 access by faith into thi.s grace wherein we
7. 6 that being dead wherein we were held, th.
1 Co. 7. 20 Let every man abide in the same calling w.
7. 24 let every man, wherein he is called, the.
15. i which also ye have received, andwherein
Co. ii. 12 wherein they glory they maybe found ev.
Eph. i . 6 [wherein] he hath made us accepted in the
2. 2 Wherein in time past ye walked according
5. 18 be not drunk with wine, wherein isexcess
Col. 2 . 12 ; 2 Ti. 2. Q ; Heb. 6. 17 ; 9. 2 ; 9. 4 ; i Pe
i. 6 ; 4-4:2 Pe. 3. 13 ; Rev. 2. 13 ; Z 8. 19.
Ii. Upon which, ty $ eph ho, Lu. ii. 22; Phil.4.io
15. Whereinsoever, iv $ &v en ho an.
2 Co. ii 21 Howbeit whereinsoever any is bold, I sp.
16. Concerning which, irep\ S>v peri hon,
Luke i. 4 those things, wherein thou hast been in.
17. Where, whither, o5 hou.
Lukez3. 53 sepulchre that was hewn in stone, where.
WHEREOF, whereon, whereupon
1. Which, of which, n^ asher.
Num. 5. 3 deflle not their camps, in the midst whe.
2.0n which, lit. which on it, r^ IPX asher al-av.
Exod. 3. 5 for the place whereon thou standest (is)
3. Concerning which, irepi ^j or Sav peri hes or hon.
Acts 24. 13 Neither can they prove the things whereof
i Co. 7. i Now concerning the things whereof ye
Heb. 2. 5 in subjection the world to come, whereof
i.Amonff which things, Iv oTs (ne.it. pi.) en hois.
Acts 24. 18 Whereupon certain Jews from Asia found
26. 12 Whereupon, as I went to Damascus with
5. Whence, 6Qtv hothen.
Matt. 14. 7 Whereupon he promised with an oath to
Acts 26. 19 Whereupon () king Agrippa, I was not
Heb. 9. 18 Whereupon neither the first (testament)
6. Out of which, Q , or
3>v,
i Ti. 6. 4; He. 13. 10.
7. Upon which, l<pf oveph hou,L\ike 4. 29.
8. Upon which, <f</> $ eph ho, Lu. 5. 25 ; Ro. 6 21
9.Upon which, 4$ %v hon, Mr. 11.2; Lu 19 T.Q
10. \Vhich, 6s hos, Acts 2. 32 ; 3. \
1 1 Concerning what things, irtp\ rivcav peri tinon.
1 Ti. i. 7 neither what they say, nor whereof the;
WHERESOEVER
l.In (the place) which, -ix.3 ba-asher.
2 Ki. 8. i sojourn wheresoever thou canst sojourn
2. In every (place) that, TSja be-kol di.
Dan. 2. 38 wheresoever the children of men dwell
3. Where, Kirov hopou.
Lukei 7 . 37 Wheresoever the body (is), thitherwillth
4. Wherever, Sirov 6.v hopou an.
Mark 9. 18 wheresoever he taketh him, he tearetli
14. 9 [Wheresoever] this gospel shall be preach
5. Wheresoever, Swov lav hopou ecfo.
Matt 24. 28 For wheresoever the carcase is, there wi
26. 13 Wheresoever thisgospel shall be preache(
Marki4. 14 [wheresoever] he shall go in, say ye toth
WHERETO, whereunto
l.For what, wherefore f rtsV la-mah.
Job 30. 2 whereto (might) the strength of their ha
2. With a view to which, tls 6 eis ho.
Phil. 3. 16 whereto we have already attained, let u
Col. i. 29 Whereunto I also labour, striving accori
2 Th. 2. 14 Whereunto he called you by our gospel
1 Ti. 2. 7 Whereunto I am ordained a.preacher, ant
6. 12 whereunto thou art also called, and hast
2 Ti. i. ii Whereunto I am appointed a preacher
i Pe. 2. 8 being disobedient ; whereunto also the>
3. To what ? -rivi tini.
Matt ii. 16 But whereunto shall I liken this genera. Mark 4. 30 [Whereunto] shall we liken the kingdon
Luke 7. 31 Whereunto then shall I liken the men o
13. 18 what is the kingdom of God like? and wh
13. 20 Whereunto shall I liken the kingdom of
4. What, rl ti.
Acts 5. 24 they doubted of them whereunto this wo
WHEREWITH, wherewithal, wherewith soever
1. Which, with which, ne x asher.
Gen. 27. 41 because of the blessing wherewith his fa
2.A word, i;n dabar.
Psa. 1 19. 42 So shall I have wherewith to answerhin
3. With what ? ,133 bam-mah.
Judg. 6. 15 Oh myLord, wherewith shall I save Israel
4. In, with or by which, lv $ en ho.
Eph. 6. 16 wherewith ye shall be able to quench al
Heb. 10. 29 wherewith he was sanctified, an unholy
5. As much or as many as, go-ay &v hosas an.
Mark 3. 28 blasphemies [wherewith soever] they sh
6. What ? ri ti.
Matt. 6. 31 What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal
Lukei7. 8 Make ready wherewith I may sup, and
7. In, with or by what ? Iv rlvi en tini.
Matt. 5. 13 if the salthave lost his savour, wherewith
Mark 9. 50 if the salt have lost his saltness, wherew.
Lukei4. 34 if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith
WHET, to
[.To sharpen, instruct, va^ latash.
Psa. 7. 12 If he turn not, ne will whet his sword ; he
2. To roll, devolve, trust, tyft qalal, 3a.
Eccl. 10. 10 If the iron be blunt, and he do not whet
3. To sharpen, repeat, \}y shanan.
Deut32. 41 If I whet my glittering sword, and mine
Psa. 64. 3 Who whet their tongue like a sword, (and)
WHETHER, (any, yet, or, not)
..Or, whether, ix o.
Exod2i. 31 Whether he havegored a son, or have go.
Lev. 5. i whether he hath seen or known (of it); if
2. Where 1 ni *x e zeh.
Eccl. ii. 6 for thou knowest not whether shall pro.
3. //, ox im.
Exodig. 13 whether (it be) beast or man, it shall not
.Between, J 3 ben.
Lev. 27. 12 priest shall value it, whether it be good
2 Ch. 14. 1 1 whether with many, or with them that
3. Whether, or, jn hen.
Ezra 5.17 whether it be (so), that a decree was made
7. 26 whether (it be) unto death, or to banish.
.That, ? ki.
Job 34. 33 whether thou refuse, or whether thou ch.
.Even from, ]D^le-inin.
2 Ch.is. 13 whether small or great, whether man or
. Whether yet ? liyrr ha-od.
Exod 4. 1 8 return . . and see whether they be yet alive
.If not, x4
? DX im lo.
Exod22. 8 whether he have put his hand unto his ne.
0. If, tdi/ re ean te.
Rom 14 8 whether we live . . [whether] we die . . whe
1. If, eiei.
Matt. 26. 63 tell us whether thou be the Christ, the
27. 49 let us see whether Elias will come to save Mark 3. 2 whether he would heal him on the sabba.
15. 36 let us see whether Elias will come to take
Luke 6. 7 watched him, whether he would heal on
Lukei 4 . 28 counteththe cost, whether hehave(suffl )
14. 31 consulteth whether he be able with ten th
23. 6 he asked whether the man were a Galile
John 9. 25 Whether he be a sinner (or no), I know
Acts 4. 19 Whether it be right in the sight of God
5. 8 Tell me whether ye sold the land for so
10. 18 asked whether Simon, which was surna
17. ii searched the scriptures daily, whether th.
19. 2 We have not so much as heard whether
25. 20 I asked (him) whether he would go to Je
i Co. i. 1 6 besides, I know not whether I baptized
7. 16 whether thou shall save (thy) husband ?
a Co. 2. Q that I might know the proof of you, whe.
3-5 Examine yourselves, whether ye, i Jo. 4. i
12. The one which, eva %v hena hon, Acts i. 24.
13. If anything, whatever, whichever, tt-rt eite. Rom 12. 6 grace that is given unto us, whether pro.
1 Co. 3. 22 Whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or
8. 5 whether in heaven or in earth, as there
10. 31 Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or w.
12. 13 whether (we be) Jews or Gentiles, wheth.
12. 26 [whether] one member suffer, all the me.
13. 8 whether (there be) prophecies, they shall
.3. 8 whether (there be) knowledge, it shall va.
14. 7 whether pipe or harp, except they give a
15. ii Therefore whether (it were) I or they, so
2 Co. i . 6 whether we be afflicted, .whether we be co.
5. 9 whether present or absent, we maybe ac.
5. 10 according to that he hath done, whether
5. 13 whether we be beside ourselves, .or whe.
8. 23 Whether (any do enquire) of Titus, (he is)
12. 2 whether in the body, I cannot tell; or wh.
12. 3 whether in the body, or out of the body
Eph. 6. 8 the same shall he receive of the Lord, wh.
Phil. i. 18 whether in pretence, or in truth, Christ
_
i. 20 in my body, whether (it be) by life, or by
i. 27 whether I come and see you, or else be
Col. i. 16 whether fthey be) thrones, or dominions
i. 20 whether (they be) things in earth, or thi.
1 Th. 5. 10 whether we wake or sleep, we should Ii.
2 Th. 2. 15 traditions which ye have been taught, w.
i Pe. 2. 13 whether it be to the king, as supreme
14. Whether, indeed, IJTOI etoi.
Rom. 6. 16 whether of sin unto death, or of obedience
16. Lest at any time, whether, if perhaps, ft-fiirore.
Luke 3. 15 mused., whether he were the Christ, or not
1 6 Whether ? irdrepov poteron.
John 7. 17 shall know of the doctrine, whether it be
17. Both, re KOI te kai.
Acts 9. 2 whether they were men or women, he mig.
18. What? TI ti.
Matt. 9. 5 For whether is easier, to say, (Thy) sins
21. 31 Whether ofthem twain did the will of(h.)
23. 17, 19 (Ye) fools, and blind ! for whether is
27. 21 Whether of the twain will ye that I rele.
Mark 2. 9 Whether is it easier to say: to the sick of
Luke 5. 23 Whether is easier, to say, Thy sins be for.
22. 27 For whether (is) greater, he that sitteth
WHICH (thing, the, on)
1. Where 1 x e.
2 Ch.iS. 23 Which way went the spirit of the LORD
2. These, nW el eh.
i Ch.23. 4 Of which, twenty and four thousand (we.)
3.And I myself, un va-ani.
Gen. 18. 13 Shall I,of a surety bear a child, which am
4. And I myself, 3Jxi ve-anoki.
Gen. 18. 27 I have taken upon me. .which (am but)
5. Which, iipx. asher.
Gen. i. 7 from the waters which (were) above the
6. Which, "i di.
Ezra 4. 12 that the Jews which came up from thee
7. This, ,T}^ denah.
Ezra 4/15 for which cause was this city destroyed
S.ffe, it, that, mn hu.
Gen. 14. 17 at the valley of Shaveh, which (is) the ki.
. That itself, xin.i ha-hu.
Deut. 3. 13 all Bashan, which was called the land of
O.They, on hem.
Deut. 2. ii Which also were accounted giants, as the
1. Which they, jn n?*x; asher hen.
Gen. 19. 29 when he overthrew the cities in the which
2. This, nt zeh.
Psa. 104. 8 unto the place which thou hast founded
3. This, ?i zu.
Exod 15. 13 Thou, .hast led forth the people which
15. 16 till the people pass over, which thou hast
Psa. 9. 15 in the net which they hid is their own fo.
32. 8 and teach thee in the way which thoush.
4. Who, who ? %p mi.
Judg.2o. 18 Which of us shall go up first to the battle
5. He, it, avr6s autos.
Rev. 17. 9 seven mountains, on which the woman si.
6. Such as, such, olos Jwios.
Phil. i. 30 Having the same conflict which ye saw
2 Ti. 3. it Persecutions, afflictions, which came un.
.^5 much, as great, 8<ror hosos.
John2i. 25 there are also many other things which J.
Acts 9. 39 showing the coats and garments which
WHICH 1048 WHITE
18. Whosoever, whatsoever, ovrts hostis.
Matt. 7. 15 Beware of false prophets, which come to
7. 34 will liken him unto a wise man, which bu.
7. 26 foolish man, which built his house upon
13. 52 an householder, which bringeth forth out
16. 28 There be some standing here which shall
19. 12 which were so born, .which were made
19. 12 which have made themselves eunuchs for
20. i an householder, which went out early in
11. 33 a certain householder, which planted a vi.
21.41 other husbandmen, which shall render
22. 2 a certain king, which made a marriage for
23. 27 whited sepulchres, which indeed appear
25. i virgins, which took their lamps, and went
27. 55 many women. .which followed Jesus from
Mark 9. i which shall not taste of death, till they
12. 18 Sadducees, which say there is no resurre.
Luke i. 20 my words, which shall be fulfilled in their
2. 4 the city of David, which is called Beth-le.
2. 10 good tidings of great joy, which shall be
7. 37 a woman in the city, which was a sinner
8. 3 Susanna, and many others, which minis!
8. 15 they, which in an honest and good heart
8. 26 at the country of the Qadareues, which is
8. 43 a woman, .which had spent all her living
9. 30 there talked with him two men, which w.
10. 42 Mary hath chosen that good part, which
12. i the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hyp.
15. 7 just persons, which need no repentance
23. 55 the women also, which came with hini
John 8. 53 greater than our father Abraham, which
21. 25 the which, if they should be written every
Acts 10. 47 that these should not be baptized, which
n. 20 men of Cyprus andCyrene, which, when
11. 28 which came to pass in the days of Claud.
12. 10 iron gate, .which opened to them of his
16. 12 Philippi, which is the chief city of that
16. 1 6 a certain damsel . .which brought her ma.
16. 17 servants of the most high God, which sh.
23. 21 forty men, which have bound themselves
Rom. 2. 15 Which show the work of the law written
16. 12 [Salute the beloved Persia, which laboured]
i Co. 3. 17 the temple of God is holy, which, .ye are
6. 20 [in your body, and in your spirit, which]
7. 13 the woman which hath an husband that
a Co. 3. 14 remaineth the same veil, .which, .is done
9. ii bountifulness, which causeth through us
Gal. 4. 24 Which things are an allegory..which is A.
4. 26 Jerusalem, .which is the mother of us all
5. 19 the works of the flesh are manifest, whicli
Eph. i. 23 Which is his body, the fulnessof him that
3. 13 my tribulations for you, which is ypurgl.
6. 2 which is the first commandment with pr.
Phm. i. 28 which is to them an evident token of per.
4. 3 help those women which laboured with
Col. 2. 23 Which things have indeed a show of wisd.
3. 5 evil..andcovetousness,[which]isidolatry
3. 14 charity, [which] is the bond of perfectness
4. 1 1 fellow workers . . which have been a com.
i Ti. i. 4 which minister questions ratherthan god.
3. 15 which is the church of the living God, the
6. 9 which drown men in destruction and perd.
a Ti. i. 5 which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lo.
Heb. 2. 3 which at the first began to be spoken by
8. 6 which was established upon better prom.
9. 2 atabernacle. .which is called the sanctuary
9. 9 Which (was) a figure for the time then pr.
jo. 8 burnt offerings, .which are offered by the
10. ii sacrifices, which can never take away sin
xo. 35 which hath great recompence of reward
12. 5 the exhortation which speaketh unto you
i Pe. 2. ii abstain from fleshy lusts, which war aga.
i Jo. i. 2 that eternal life which was with the Father
Rev. i. 7 shall see him, and they (also) which pierc.
2. 24 which have not known the depths of Sat.
o. 4 those men which have not the seal of God
11. 8 ; 12. 13 ; 17. 12 ; 19. 2 ; 20. 4.
19. Upon which, $irov...iv avruv, Rev. 17. 9.
20. Which, 8 ho, Acts n. 30 ; 26. 10 ; Gal. 2. 10 ;
Col. 2. 17, 22; 2 Ti. i. 6 ; Rev. 21. 8.
21 . Whosoever, whatsoever, oa-ns &v hostis an.
Acts 3. 23 every soul, which will not hear that proph.
22. This, aJ/TTj haute.
Acts 8. 26 from Jerusalem unto Gaza, which is desert
23. Of what sort or kind f vows poios.
Mattig. 18 He saith unto him, Which? Jesus said, Th.
22. 36 which (is) the great commandment in the
Marki2. 28 asked him, Which is the first commandm.
John 10. 32 for which of those works do ye stone me ?
24. Who? which f rfv tis.
Matt. 6. 27 Which of you, by taking thought, can add
Luke 7. 42 Tell me., which of them will love him mo.
9. 46 there arose a reasoning, .which of them
10. 36 Which now of these three, thinkestthou
11. 5 Which of you shall have a friend, and sh.
12. 25 which of you with taking thought can add
14. 5 Which of you shall have an as or an ox
14. 28 which of you, intending to build a tower
17. 7 which of you, having a servant plowing
22. 23 which of them it was that should do this
22. 24 which of them should be accounted the
John 8. 46 Which of you convinceth me of sin ? And
21. 20 Lord, which is he that betrayeth thee?
Acts 7. 52 Which of the prophets have not your fat.
Heb. i. 5, 13 untowhichof theangelssaid heatany
5. 12 teach you again which (be) the first princ.
25 To those which are, rcus tais.
Jaa. i. T to the twelve tribes which are scattered
WHICH it or make
I.He, it, that, Kin hu.
Gen. 14. 3 the vale of Siddim, which is the salt sea
I.She, it, that, NVT hi.
Gen. 14. 2 war with . . the king of Bela, which is Zoar
3. Which is, o ia-riv ho estin.
Mark 3. 17 .Boanerges, which is, The sons of thunder
12. 42 she threw in two mites, which make a fa.
Eph. 6. 17 the sword of the spirit, which is the word
Col. i. 24 for his body s sake, which is the church
Heb. 7. 2 also king of Salem, which is, king of pea.
Rev. 21. 8 burneth with fire, .which is the second de.
WHICH hath, way
1. Where ? ni e zeh.
i Ki. 22. 24 Which way went the spirit of the LORD
2. There is, there are, V". yesh.
Mai. 1. 14 the deceiver, which hath in his flock a
WHILE, a little, that, the, within a, yet, whilei
1 . //, cx im.
i Sa. 20. 14 thou shall not only while yet I live show
2. From the day, the days, D p;, DVD mi>/-yom,yamim.
i Sa. 7. 2 it came to pass, while the ark abode in K.
25. 7 neither . . ought missing . . all the while th.
25. 16 all the while we were with them keeping
1 Ki. 17. 7 it came to pass after a while, that the br.
3. Because, ? ki.
Deutig. 6 pursue the slayer, while his heart is hot
4. Till, iy ad.
Exod33. 22 will cover thee with my hand while I pass
5. While, ity od.
Gen. 29. 9 while he yet spake with them, Rachel ca.
2 Sa. 3. 35 to cause David to eat meat while it was
6. In yet, while yet, iiV3 be-od.
Job 27. 3 All the while my breath (is) in me, and the
Psa 104. 33 I will sing praise to my God while I have
~. When, 15^5 ka-asher.
Iv eh. 6. 3 why should the work cease, whilst I leave
8. A little, njftD mitsar.
Isa. 63. 18 the people., possessed (it) but a little while
9. Until which, &XP1 " whri hou.
Acts 27. 33 while the day was coming on, Paul besou.
lO.Until ichich, &XPIS v achris hou.
Heb. 3. 13 exhort one another daily, while it is called
II. In, during, iv rip en tS.
Matt 13. 25 while men slept, his enemy came and so.
Mark 2. 19 fast while the bridegroom is with them?
Luke i. 8 while he executed the priest s office before
5. 34 fast while the bridegroom is with them?
24. 15 while they communed (together) and rea.
24. 51 it came to pass, while he blessed them, he
John 5. 7 while I am coming, another steppeth do.
Acts 19. i while Apollos was at Corinth, Paul having
Heb. 3. 15 While it is said, To day if ye.will hear his
12. Unto, up to, (us heos.
Matt 14. 22 to go..while he sent the multitudes away
26. 36 Sit ye here, while I go and pray yonder
Mark 6. 45 to go to the other side, .while he sent aw.
14. 32 saith to his disciples, Sit ye here, while I
John 9. 4 I must work the works . . while it is day
12. 35 Walk [while] ye have the light, lest dark.
12. 36 [While] ye have light, believein the light
13.^4 day, time, rifJ-fpa. hemera.
Acts 15. 7 ye know how that a good while ago God
18. 18 Paul., tarried (there) yet a good while, and
14. As much, as great, jjuxpov offon Sirof mikron.
Heb. 10. 37 yet a little while, and he that shall come
15. Until, while, tus 6rov heos hotou.
Matt. 5. 25 Agree, .whiles thou art in the way with
16. Whenever, orav hotan.
i Co. 3. 4 while one saith, I am of Paul ; and anot.
17. When, orf hole.
John 1 7. 12 While I was with them in the world, I ke.
Heb. 9. 17 it is of no strength at all while the testa.
18. .4 season, Katp6s kairos.
Luke 8. 13 which for a while believe, and in time of
19. Little, small, short, fjuKpov mikron.
Matt 26. 73 after a while came unto (him) they that
20.^4 little, in a small degree, o\iyov olir/on.
Mark 6. 31 Come ye yourselves, .and rest a while, for
i Pe. 5. 10 after that ye have suffered a while, make
21.A time, \p6vos chronos.
Luke1 8. 4 he would not for a while : but afterward
John 7. 33 Yet a little while am I with you and(th.)
12. 35 Yet a little while is the light i Co. 16. 7.
22. As, o>j hos.
Luke24. 32 while he talked with us. .and while he op.
Acts i. 10 while they looked stedfastly toward hea.
10. 17 while Peter doubted in himself what this
23.^4 certain time, xpovov Tivd chronon tina.
i Co.i6. 7 I trust to tarry a while with you, if the
WHILE agt>, to come, any while, a great
I.Far off", pirn rachoq.
3 Sa. 7.19 hast spoken, .for a great while to come
I.Long ago, formerly, anciently, ird\ai palai.
Markis. 44 asked, .whether he had been [any while]
Lukeio. 13 they had a great while ago repented, sit.
3. For a season, irposKaipot proskairos.
Matti3. 21 hath lie not root, .but dureth for a while
WHIP
A scourge, whip, rod, E E* shot.
1 Ki. 12. ii my father hsth chastised you with whips
12. 14 my father (also) chastised you with whips
2 Ch.io. ii, 14 my father chastised you with whips
Prov.26. 3 A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass
Rah. 3. 2 The noise of a whip, and the noise of the
WHIRL (about,) to
To go round (and) go on, TjVn 339 sabab halak.
Eccl. i. 6 The wind, .it whirleth about continually
WHIRLWIND (to come out as, drive or scatter with a)
1.-4 hurricane, njio suphah.
Job 37. 9 Out of the south cometh the whirlwind
Prov. i. 27 your destruction cometh as a whirlwind
10. 25 As the whirlwind passetb, so (is) the wic.
Isa. 5. 28 like flint, and their wheels like a whirlw.
17. 13 like a rolling thing before the whirlwind
21. i As whirlwinds in the south pass through
66. 15 LORD will come.,with his chariots like aw.
Jer. 4. 13 his chariots, .as a whirlwind: his horses
Hos. 8. 7 they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no
Amos i. 14 with a tempest in the day of the whirlw.
Nah. i. 3 way in the whirlwind aud in the storm
2.To be tossed about, tempestuous, lyj saar.
Hab. 3. 14 they came out as a whirlwind to scatter
3. To toss about, nyp saar, 3.
Zech. 7. 14 I scattered them with a whirlwind among
4. To be tossed about, tempestuous, nyj saar, 4.
Hos. 13. 3 as the chaff, .is driven with the whirlwi.
5. ..4 whirlwi.id, nyp saar.
Jer. 23. 19 a grievous whirlwind; it shall fall grievo.
25. 32 a great whirlwind shall be raised up from
30. 23 a continuing whirlwind; it shall fall with
6.A whirlwind, "H^P searah.
2 Ki. 2. i would take up Elijah into heaven by a wh.
2. ii Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heav.
Job 38. i Then the LOKD answered Job out of thew.
40. 6 Then answered theL. . .Job out of the wh.
Isa. 40. 24 the whirlwind shall take them away as st.
41. 16 wind shall carry them away, and the win.
Jer. 23. 19 a whirlwind of the LORD is gone forth in
30. 23 the whirlwind of the LORD goeth forth
Zech. 9. 14 LORD, .shall go with whirlwinds of the so.
7. A whirling wind, "n?P mi ruach searah.
Eze. i. 4 I looked, and behold, a whirlwind came
8. To be whirled away, iJfiP saar.
Psa. 58. 9 he shall take them away as with a whirL
9. To show self tempestuous, lyy1 saar, 7.
Dan. ii. 40 shall come against him like a whirlwind
WHISPER (together), whiiperer, whispering, to
1. To show self a whisperer, vrb lachash, 7.
2 Sa. 12. 19 when David saw that his servants whisp.
Psa. 41. 7 All that hate me whisper together against
2. To chatter, whisper, py tsaphaph, Sa.
Isa. 29. 4 thy speech shall whisper out of the dust
3. Talebearer, whisperer, busybody, ]t~u nirgan.
Prov. 16. 28 and a whisperer separateth chief friends
4./1 whispering, muttering,\l/i6vpiffij.6spsithurismos.
2 Co. 1 2. 20 backbitings, whisperings, swellings, turn.
5.A whisperer, detractor, tyiOvpurrr]* psithuristes.
Rom. i. 29 full of. .debate, deceit, malignity: whisp.
WHlT, (not a)
l.A word, matter, thing, l^ dabar.
1 Sa. 3. 18 Samuel told him every whit, and hid no.
^.Complete, completely, S^J kalil.
Deut.i3. 16 shalt burn, .all the spoil thereof every wh.
3. No one, nyHtis medeis.
2 Co. ii. 5 I suppose I was not a whit behind the very
[Sec Every whit.]
WHITE, (linen, of an egg)
1.Fine linen, byssus, p3 buts.
2 Ch. 5. 12 arrayed in white linen, having cymbals
2. Whiteness, mother ofpearl, "n dar.
Esth. i. 6 a paTement of red, and blue, and white
3. White, tin chiwar.
Dan. 7. 9 whose garment (was) white as snow, and
4. Whiteness, iin chur.
Esth. i. 6 white, green, and blue, .fastened with co.
8. 15 in royal apparel of blue and white, and
5. White bread, ">n chori.
Gen. 40. 1 6 and behold . .three white baskets on my
6. White, ]$ laban.
Gen. 30. 35 every one that had. .white in it, and all
3- 37 pilled white strakes . .and made the whit*
Exod 16. 31 it (was) like coriander seed, white, and
Lev. 13. 3 and. .the hair in the plague is turned wh.
13. 4 If the bright spot (be) white in the skin
13. 4 and the hair thereof be not turned white
13. 10 behold, (if)therising(be) white in the skin
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Lev. 13. 10 and it have turned the hair white, and
13. 13 plague: it is all turned white: he (is) clean
13. 16 Or if the raw flesh .be changed unto wh.
13. 17 behold, (if) the plague be turned into wh.
13. 19 a white rising, or a bright spot, white
13. 20 behold, .the hairthereof be turned white
13. 21 But if. .no white hairs therein, and (if) it
13 24 a white bright spot, somewhat reddish, or
13 25 (if) the hairinthebrightspotbeturned w.
13. 26 But if . .no white hair in the bright spot
13 38 If a man also or a woman have, .white
13. 39 (if) the bright spots, .(be) darkish white
13. 42 if there be in the bald head, .a white re.
13- 43 00 tne rising the sore (De) white redd.
Keel. 9. 8 Let thy garments be always white ; and
Zech. i. 8 behind him. .red horses, speckled, and w.
6. 3 in the third chariot white horses, and in
6. 6 black horses . . the white go forth after th.
7. White,
m
]$ [Iaban].
Gen. 49. 12 His eyes, .red with wine, .his teeth white
8. Clear, dry, ny tsach.
Song 5. 10 My beloved (is) white and ruddy, the ch.
9. Whiteness, ins tsachar.
Eze. 27. 18 Damascus (was) thy merchant in. .white
10. White, iny tsachar.
Judg. 5. 10 Speak, ye that ride on white asses, ye th.
11. Spittle, drivel, albumen, YT rir,
Job 6. 6 or is there.. taste in the white of an egg?
12. Shining, bright, resplendent, Acytirpor lampros
Rev. 15. 6 angels, .clothed in pure and white linen
19. 8 be arrayed in flne linen, clean and white
13. White, AeuKcJs leukos.
Matt. 5. 36 thou canst not make one hair white or bl.
17. 2 his face did shine . .his raiment was white
28. 3 like lightning, and his raiment white as
Mark 9. 3 his raiment became shining exceeding w
16. 5 young man . .clothed in a long white gar.
Luke 9. 29 and his raiment (was) white, .glistering
John 4. 35 look on the fields ; for they are white air.
20. 12 seeth two angels in white sitting, the one
Acts 1. 10 two men stood by them in white apparel
Rev. 1. 14 hairs (were) white like wool, as white as
2. 17 will give him a white stone, and in the st.
3. 4 they shall walk with me in white: for th.
3. 5 the same shall be clothed in white raime.
3. 18 white raiment, that thou mayest be cloth.
4. 4 I saw. .elders sitting, clothed in white ra.
6. 2 I saw, and behold a white horse : and he
6. 1 1 white robes were given unto every one of
7. 9 with white robes, and palms in their ha.
7. 13 What are these which are arrayed in wh.
14. 14 I looked, and behold a white cloud, and
19. ii I saw heaven opened, and behold a white
19. 14 white horses, clothed in fine linen, white
20. 1 1 I saw a great white throne, and him that
"WHITE, to be as, be made, make, whited
1. To make white, \yh Iaban, 5.
Isa. i. 18 Though . . as scarlet, they shall be as white
Dan. ii. 35 and to purge, and to make (them) white
Joel i. 7 fig tree, .the branches thereof are made w.
2. To become or show self white, J3^ Iaban, 7.
Dan. 12. 10 Many shall be purified, and made white
3. To make white, ivhiten, KOVIO.CO koniao.
Matt 23. 27 ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which
Acts 23. 3 God shall smite thee, (thou) whited wall
4. To make white, lohiten, \twnikvm leukaino.
Mark 9. 3 so as no fuller on earth can white them
Rev. 7. 14 made them white in the blood of the La.
WHITER, to be
1. To make white, whiten,
p^> Iaban, 5.
Psa. 51. 7 wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow
2. To be clear, white, nny tsachach.
Lam. 4. 7 they were whiter than milk, they were
"WHITHER, whithersoever
1. Unto, toward, *?x el.
Jer. 40. 4 whither it seemeth good aud convenient
2. Whither f ]N an.
i Sa. 10. 14 Saul s uncle said unto him . . Whither we
3. Whither ? njx anah.
Gen. 37. 30 The child (is) not ; and I, whither shall I
Eze. 21. 16 Go thee. .whithersoever thy face (is) set
4. Which, ~mx asher.
Gen. 28. 15 will keep thee in all (places) whither thou
5. In (the place) which, "iipi|3 ba-asher,
1 Sa. 23. 13 departed, .and went whithersoever they
6. Unto every (place) which, i^r1
?*-^ d kol asher.
Josh. i. 16 whithersoever thou sendest us we will go
7. And there, Dip] ve-sham.
2 Sa. 17. 1 8 well in his court ; whither they went down
8. Because there, a$ig shesh-sham.
Psa. 122. 4 Whither the tribes go up, the tribes of the
9. In the way which, I$*K 3733 bad-derek asher.
i Ki. 8. 44 whithersoever tliou shalt send them, and
10. The place which, -&yt oipp meqom asher.
Esth. 4. 3 whithersoever the king s commandment
11. Where, whither, 6irov hopou.
John 8. 21 I go my way. .whither I go, ye cannot co.
8. 22 he saith, Whither I go, ye cannot come
Johni}. 33 I said. .Whither I go, ye cannot come
13. 36 Whither I go, thou canst not follow me
14. 4 whither I go ye know, and the way ye kn.
. 18. 20 the temple, whither the Jews always res.
21. 1 8 whither thou wouldest. .carry (thee) wh.
Heb. 6. 20 Whither the forerunner is for us entered
12. Wheresoever, whithersoever, oirov &vhopowan.
Mark 6. 56 whithersoever he entered, into villages
Luke 9. 57 I will follow thee [whithersoever] thou
Jas. 3. 4 turned . . whithersoever the governor list.
Rev. 14. 4 they which follow the Lamb whithersoe.
13. Wheresoever, whithersoever, oirov 4dv hopou ean.
Matt. 8. 19 I will follow thee whithersoever thou go.
14. Where, whitJier, ov Jwu.
Luke 10. i into every city., whither he himself would
24. 28 they drew nigh unto the village whither
15. Whithersoever, ov tdv hou ean.
1 Co. 16. 6 bring me on my journey whithersoever I
16. Where f whither 1 irov pou.
John 3. 8 tell whence it cometh, and whither it go.
7. 35 Whither will he go, that we shall not find
8. 14 I know whence I came, and whither I go
8. 14 tell wlience I come, or whither I go
12. 35 in darkness knoweth not whither he goeth
13. 36 Peter said unto him, Lord, whither goest
14. 5 we know not whither thou goest ; and how
1 6. c, none of. .asketh me, Whither goest thou
Heb. ii. 8 he went out, not knowing wh. i Jo. 2. n
17. Toward which, tls f>v eis hen, John 6. 21.
WHO
I. These, n^N el eh.
Dent. 5. 3 (even) us, who (are) all of us here alive
2.And I myself, :] ra-am.
Exod. 6. 12 hear me, who (am) of uncircumcised lips
3. Which, that, n^g asher.
Gen. 24. 15 Rebekah came out, who was born to Be.
4. He, Kin hu.
Gen. 36. i the generations of Esau, who (is) Edom
S.They, en hem.
2 Ki. 4. 5 her sons, who brought (the vessels) to her
Q.They, nen hemah.
1 Ch. 8. 13 who drove away the inhabitants of Gath
7. Who, wlw ? O mi.
Gen. 3. ii he said, Who told thee that thou (wast)
8. Who ? Ji? man.
Ezra 5. 3 Who hath commanded you to build this
5. 9 Who commanded you to build this house
Dan. 3. 15 who (is) that God that shall deliver you
9. As much, as many, ocroi hosoi.
Heb. 2. 15 deliver them who through fear of death
10. Whosoever, whatsoever, darns hostis.
Mark 1 5. 7 who had committed murder in the insur.
Lukezs. 19 Who fora certain sedition made in the ci.
Acts 7. 53 Who have received the law by the dispo.
8. 15 Who, when they were come down, prayed
10. 41 who did eat and drink with him after he
13. 31 who are his witnesses unto the people
13. 43 who, speaking to them, persuaded them
17. 10 who coming (thither) went into the syna.
21. 4 who said to Paul through the spirit, that
23. 33 Who, when they came to Cesarea, and de
24. i who informed the governor against Paul
28. 1 8 Who, when theyhad examined me, would
Rom. i. 25 Who changed the truth of God into a lie
i. 32 Who knowing the judgment of God, that
9. 4 Who are Israelites ; to whom (pertainetM
11. 4 who have not bowed the knee to (the im.)
16. 4 Who have for mylife laid down their own
1 6. 6 Greet Mary, who bestowed much labour
16. 7 fellow prisoners, who are of note among
2 Co. 8. 10 who have begun before, not only to do, but
Gal. 2. 4 who came in privily to spy out our liberty
Eph. 4. 19 Who being past feeling have given them.
Phil. 2. 20 who will naturally care for your state
2 Th. i. 9 Who shall be punished with everlasting
2 Ti. 2. amen, who shall be able to teach others also
2.18 Whoconcerning thetruth have erred, say.
Titus i. ii who subvert whole houses, teaching things
Heb. 8. 5 Who serve unto the example and shadow
13. 7 who have spoken unto you the word of G.
2 Pe. 2. i who privily shall bring in damnable here.
II. This, that, ovros houtos.
Acts 13. 7 who called for Barnabas and Saul, and de.
12. Who I what Iris tis.
Matt. 3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the wr.
See also 10. n ; 12. 48; 18. i ; 19. 25 ; 21. 10, 23; 24. 45;
26. 68 ; Mark i. 24 ; 2. 7 ; 3. 33 ; 5. 30, 31 59. 34 ; 10. 26 ;
11. 28; 16. 3; Luke 4. 34; 5. 21, 21 ; 7. 39,49; 8. 45, [45];
9- 9; IO. 22, 22, 29; 12. 14, 42; l6. II, 12; l8. 26; 19. 3;
20. 2; 22. 64; John i. 19, 22 ; 4. 10 ; 5. 13; 6. 60, 64, 64 ;
7. 20; 8. 25; 9. 2, 21, 36; 12. 34, 38; 13. 24, 25.; Acts 7.
2 7, 35; 8. 33; 9. 5; 19. 15; 21. 3j; 22. 8; 26. 15; Rom.
7- 24! 8. 31, 33; 8. 34, 35; 9. 19, 20; 10. 6, 7, 16; n. 34,
34, 35; 14. 4; i Co. 2. 16; 3. 5; 4. 7; 9. 7, 7, 7 ; 14. 8;
2 Co. 2. 2, 16 ; ii. 29, 29; Gal. 3. i; 5. 7; Jas. 3. 13; 4.
12 ; i Pe. 3. 13 : i Jo. 2. -2- ; Rev. 5. 2 ; 6. 17 ; 13. 4, 4 ;
15- 4-
WHOLE, (piece, the)
I.Days, of days, c-
s; yamim.
> umn. 20 even a whole month, until it come out at
ii 21 said, I will give them flesh, .a whole mo.
. 2 his concubine, .was there four whole mo.
Dan. 10. 3 anoint, .till three whole weeks were fulfl.
2. All, the whole, entire, h3 kol.
Exodiz. 6 the whole assembly of the congregation
Isa. 3. i the whole stay of bread, and the whole
Dan. 2. 35 the stone that smote . . filled the whole ea.
2. 48 made him ruler over the whole province
6. i princes, which should be over the whole
6. 3 the king thought to set him over the wh.
7. 23 shall devour the. whole earth, and shall
7. 27 the kingdom under the whole, Zech. 4. 10
3.Beaten work, n^pp miqshah.
N urn i o. 2 trumpets of silver ; of a whole piece shalt
4. Finished, perfect, whole, chy shalem.
Deut27. 6 Thou shalt build the altar.. of whole stone
Josh. 8. 31 an altar of whole stones, over which no
Amos i. 6 they carried away captive the whole cap.
i. 9 they delivered up the whole captivity to
^.Perfect, whole, complete, plain, D Cn tamim.
Lev. 3. 9 the fat thereof, .the whole rump, it shall
Josh 10. 13 hasted not to go down about a whole day
Prov. i. 12 Let us swallow them up. .whole, as those
6. To be perfect, finished, consumed, 051? tamam,
Lev. 25. 29 he may redeem it within a whole year af.
7. All, universally, the whole, &TTO.S hapas.
Luke 8. 37 Then the whole multitude of the country
19. 37 the whole multitude of the disciples began
23. i the whole multitude of them arose, and
^.Inheriting the whole, entire, perfect, 6\6ic\ftpot.
i Th. 5.23 (I pray God)yourwholespiritandsouland
9. All, the whole, entire, o\os holos.
Matt. 5. 29, 30 thy whole body should be cast into hell
6. 22, 23 if., thine eye be single, thy whole body
13. 33 hid in three measures of meal, till the wh.
16. 26 what, .if he shall gain the whole world
26.13 Wheresoever .. shall be preached in the wh.
27. 27 and gathered unto him the whole band of
Mark 6. 55 ran through that whole region round ab.
8. 36 what.. if he shall gain the whole world
14. 9 shall be preached throughout the whole
15. i with the elders and scribes and the whole
15. 16 the soldiers, .call together the whole ba.
15. 33 there was darkness over the whole land
Luke 8. 39 published throughout the whole city how
9. 25 what, .if he gain the whole world, and lo.
ii. 34 when thine eye is single, thy whole body
ii. 36 If thy whole body therefore (be) full of Ii.
11.36 the whole shall be full of light, as when
13. 21 took and hid. .till the whole was leavened
John 4. 53 and himself believed, and his whole hou.
11. 50 expedient, .that the whole nation perish
Acts ii. 26 it came to pass, that a whole year they
15. 22 apostles and elders, with the whole church
19. 29 the [whole] city was filled with confusion
28. 30 Paul dwelt two whole years in his -own
Rom. i. 8 faith is spoken of throughout the whole
1 6. 23 Gaius mine host, and of the whole church
i Co. 5. 6 that a little leaven leaveneth the whole
12. 17 If the whole body .. if the whole (were) he.
14. ^3 If therefore the whole church be come to.
Gal. 5. 3 testify . . he is a debtor to do the whole law
5. 9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump
Titus i. ii who subvert whole houses, teaching thi.
Jas. 2. K> whosoever shall keep the whole law, and
3. 2 perfect . .able also to bridle the whole bo.
3. 3 Behold, .we turn about their whole body
3. 6 it defileth the whole body, and setteth on
i Jo. 2. 2 not for ours only, but also for. .the whole
5. 19 we know, .the whole world lieth in wick.
Rev. 12. 9 that old serpent . .which deceiveth the wh.
16. 14 unto the kings of the earth and of the wh.
10. All, every, the whole, iras pas.
Matt. 8. 32 the whole herd of swine ran violently do.
8. 34 behold, the whole city came out to meet
13. 2 the whole multitude stood on the shore
Mark 4. i the whole multitude was by the sea on the
Luke i. 10 the whole multitude of the people were
6. 19 the whole multitude sought to touch him
21. 35 that dwell on the face of the whole earth
Acts 6. 5 the saying pleased the whole multitude
13. 44 came almost the whole city togethe* to
Rom. 8. 22 we know that the whole creation groaneth
Eph. 3. 15 Of whom the whole family in heaven and
4. 16 From whom the whole body fitly joined
WHOLE, wholesome
\.Healing, NS~!= marpe.
Provis. 4 A wholesome tongue (is) a tree of life, but
2. To be sound, well, in health, vyiaivw hugiaino.
Luke 7. 10 found the servant whole that had been sick
i Ti. 6. 3 If any man. .consent not to wholesome
3.Sound, whole, wholesome, vyffis hugies.
Matt 12. 13 it was restored whole, like as the other
15. 31 when they saw. .the maimed to be whole
Mark 3. 5 his hand was restored [whole as the other]
5. 34 go in peace, and be whole of thy plague
Luke 6. 10 [his hand was restored whole as the other]
John 5. 4 [was made whole of whatsoever disease]
5. 6 saith unto him, Wilt thou be made whole ?
5. 9 immediately the man was made whole, and
5. ii He that made me whole, the same said
5. 14 thou art made whole : sin no more, lest
5. 15 that it was Jesuswhich had madehim wh.
7. 23 I have made a man every whit whole on
Acts 4. 10 by him doth this man stand here, .whole
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"WHOLE 1050 WHOSO
WHOLE, to be, make, bo made, (perfectly;
1. To live, be alive, revive, n;n chayah.
Josh. 5. 2 they abode . . in the camp till they were w.
2. To lieal, n$~> rapha.
Job 5. 18 he woundeth, and his hands make whole
3. To be heaii-il, N?T rapha, 2.
Jer 19. n vessel, that cannot be made whole again
4. To make thoroughly sound, SIO.<TW{W diasOzi).
Matt 14. 36 many as touched were made perfectly w.
5.To heal, cure, ldo/j.ai iaomai.
Matt 15. 28 her daughter was made whole from that
Acts 9. 34 jEneas, Jesus Christ inaketh thee whole
6. To be strong, ttrxvot ischuo.
Matt. 9. 12 They that be whole need not a physician
Mark 2.17 They that are whole have no need of the p.
7. To make sound, ffw(w sozo.
Matt. 9. 21 If I . . but touch his garment, I shall be w.
9. 2.2 Daughter, .thy faith hath made thee wh.
9. 22 the womanwas made whole from that hour
Mark 5. 28 If I. .touch but his clothes, I shall be w.
5. 34 Daughter, thy faithhath madethee whole
6. 56 as many as touched him were made whole
10. 52 Go thy way; thy faith hath made thee w.
Luke ^. 48 thy faith hath made thee whole ; go in i>.
8. 50 believe only, and she shall be made whole
17. 19 Go thy way : thy faith hath made thee w.
Acts 4. 9 examined., by what means he is made wh.
8. To be sound, well, in health, vyiaivw hugiaino.
Luke 5. 31 They that are whole need not a physician
WHOLE burnt offering or sacrifice
Whole burnt offering, 7 ^$ kalil.
Deut 33. 10 and whole burnt sacrifice upon thine al.
Psa. 51. 19 with burnt offering, and whole burnt otf.
WHOLLY, to have or give
\.A whole burnt offering, ^"^ kalil.
Lev. 6. 22 a statute for ever, .it shall be wholly bu.
6. 23 every meat offering, .shall be whollyburnt
Num. 4. 6 shall spread over(it) a cloth wholly of blue
i Sa. 7. 9 offered . . a burnt offering wholly unto the
2. To fill in or up, xSo male, 3.
Num 32. 1 1 because they have not wholly followed
32. 12 for they have wholly followed the LORD
Deut. i. 36 because he hath wholly followed the Lo.
Josh. 1 4. 8 but I wholly followed the LORD my God
14. 9 thou hast wholly followed the LORD my
14. 14 he wholly followed the LORD God of Israel
3. To declare or regard as innocent, ri|5} naqah, 3.
Jer. 46. 28 yet will I not leave thee wholly unpunis
4. To separate, sanctify, enR qadesh, 5.
Judg 17. 3 I had wholly dedicated the silver unto the
5. To put, set, place, Q*v, DVe> sum, sim.
Jer. 42. 15 If ye wholly set your faces to enter into
6. Completenesses, O piV (? error) [shalom].
Jer. 13. 19 Judah. .shall be wholly carried away ca.
7. All, the complete whole, 6\oT\-f)s holoteles.
i Th. 5. 23 very God of peace sanctify you wholly
8. To be in, flfu iv eimi en.
i Ti. 4. 15 give thyself wholly to them ; that thy pr.
WHOM, whomsoever
I. These, nW< el eh.
Ezra 2. 65 their servants and their maids, of whom
Z.That, which, n^K asher.
Gen. 2. 8 there he put the man whom he had formed
31. 32 With whomsoever thou flndest thy gods
Exod. 6. 5 Israel, whom the Egyptians keep in bon.
35. 21 and every one whom his spirit made wil.
3. That, I di.
Ezra 4. 10 the restof the nationswhomthe great and
4. Who, nr>n ta x asher hemah.
Exod 36. i in whom the LORD put wisdom and und.
i Ch. 9. 22 whom David and Samuel the seer did or.
5. Who, ;n -W asher hen.
Gen. 30. 26 for whom I have served thee, and let me
G.This, IT zu.
Isa. 42. 24 LORD, he against whom we have sinned
7. As No. 3.
Dan. 3. 12 Jews whom thou hast set over the affairs
8. For, that, .? ki.
Gen. 4. 25 another seed instead of Abel, whom Cain
9. Who 1 ? mi.
Josh 24. 15 choose you this day whom ye will serve
10. Who, who f what, what ? j5 man.
Dan. 4. 17, 25, 32 giveth it to whomsoever he will
II. Whom, tfiat, *=! JD man di.
Dan. 5. 21 he appointeth over it whomsoever he wi.
12. WTio if, t>s tdv hos ean.
Matt ii. 27 (he) to whomsoever the Son will reveal
Luke 4. 6 and to whomsoever I will I give it
i Co.i6. 3 whomsoever ye shall approve by (your le.
IS. All or every one, who, iras os pas hos.
Luke 1 2. 48 unto whomsoever much is given, of him
14. If any one, lav TIS ean tis.
Johni3. 20 He that receiveth [whomsoever] I send
15. Who, which, what ? TI, TIS ti, tis.
Matt 1 2. 27 by whom do your children cast (them)
16. 13 Whom do men say that I the Son of man
1 6. 15 He saith unto them, But whom say ye
17. 25 of whom do the kings of the earth take
27. 17 Whom will ye that I release unto you?
Mark 8. 27 saying unto them, Whom oo men say tli.
8. 29 he saith unto them, But whom say ye th.
Luke 6. 47 doeth them, I will show you to whom he
9. 1 8 saying, Whom say the people that I am?
9. 20 He said unto them, But whom say ye th.
11. 19 if I. .cast out devils, by whom do your so.
12. 5 But I will forewarn you whom ye shall f.
John 6. 68 Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the
8. 53 the prophets are dead : whom makest th.
12. 38 to whom hath the arm of the Lord been
13. 22 looked one on another, doubting of whom
1 8. 4 went forth, and said unto them, Whom
18. 7 Then asked he them again, Whom seek
20. 15 why weepest thou? whom seekest thou !
Acts 8. 34 of whom speaketh the prophet this? of
13. 25 Whom think ye that I am ? I am not (he)
2 11. 3. 14 ; Heb. 3. 17 ; 3. 18 ; i Pe. 5. 8.
16. Who, whom, 8s. o5 hos, hou, Heb. 5. ii.
17. Whomsoever, 8<nrep hosper, Mark 15. 6.
WHORE, whoremonger, whorish
1. To commit fornication, n:i zanah.
Lev. 21. 7 They shall not take a wife (that is) a wh.
Deut 23. 18 Taou shalt not bring the hire of a whore
Prov. 6. 26 For by means of a whorish woman (a man
23. 27 a whore (is) a deep ditch; and a strange w.
Isa. 57. 3 the seed of the adulterer and the whore
Eze. 6. 9 I am broken with their whorish heart, wh.
16. 30 the work of an imperious whorish woman
16. 33 They give gifts to all whores ; but thou
Hos. 4. 14 themselvesare separated with whores.aml
^.Separated, consecrated (to an idol), n$np qedeshaii.
Deut. 23. 17 There shall be no whore of the daughters
B.Fornicatress, ir&pvi} pome.
Rev. 17. i the judgment of the great whore that si.
17. 15 which thou sawest, where the whore sit.
17. 16 these shall hate the whore, and shall ma.
19. 2 he hath judged the great whore, which
4. A fornicator, irdpvos pornos.
Eph. 5. 5 no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor
: Ti. i. 10 For whoremongers, for them that defile
Heb. 13. 4 whoremongers and adulterers God will
Rev. 21. 8 whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idola.
22. 15 whoremongers, and murderers, and idol.
5.Fornicatress, n:ir K^K [zanah]. Jer. 3. 3.
WHORE, to cause to be a, play the
To commit fornication, njt zanah.
Lev. 19. 29 daughters to cause her to be a wh.; 21.9.
Deut 22. 21 to play the whore in her father s house
Judgig. 2 his concubine played the whore against
Eze. 16. 28 Thou hast played the whore also with tin-
Lev. 19. 29 thy daughters to cause her to be a whore
WHOREDOM, (to commit or fall to)
\.To commit fornication, njj zanah.
Lev. 19. 29 lest the land fall to whoredom, and the
20. 5 to commit whoredom with Molech, from
Nuni25. i the people began to commit whoredom wi.
Eze. 16. 17 and didstcommit whoredom with them
20. 30 commit ye whoredom after their abomin.
23. 3 committed whoredoms . . committed who.
Hos. i. 2 the land hath committed great whoredom
4. 13 your daughters shall commit whoredom
4. 14 your daughters when they commit whor.
2. To commit fornication, n:i zanah, 4.
Eze. 16. 34 none followeth thee to commit whoredoms
3. To cause or lead to fornication, nj) zanah, 5.
2 Ch.2i. 13 like to the whoredoms of the house of A.
Hos. 4. 10 they shall commit whoredom, and shall
4. 1 8 they have committed whoredom continu.
5. 3 thou committest whoredom, (and) Israel
^.Fornications, D JUt zenunim.
Gen. 38. 24 behold, she (is) with child by whoredom
2 Ki. 9. 22 so long as the whoredoms of thy mother
Eze. 23. ii more than her sister in (her) whoredoms
23. 29 the nakedness of thy whoredoms shall be
Hos. i. 2 whoredoms and children of whoredoms
2. 2 let her therefore put away her whoredoms
2. 4 for they (be) the children of whoredoms
4. 12 the spiritof whoredomahath caused (them)
5. 4 the spirit of whoredoms (is) in the midst
Nab. 3. 4 of the whoredoms, .through her whored.
5. Fornication, rn:i zenuth.
!Numi4. 33 your children shall, bear your whoredo.
Jer. 3. 2 polluted the land with thy whoredoms
3. 9 it came to pass through . . her whoredom
13. 27 I have seen, .thelewdnessof thy whored.
Eze. 23. 27 thy whoredom (brought) from the land of
43. 7 by their whoredom, nor by the carcases of
43. 9 let them put away their whoredom, and
Hos. 4. ii Whoredom and wine and new wine take
6. 10 there (is) the whoredom of Ephraim, Isr.
6. Fornication, rnjTB taznuth.
Eze. 16. 20 (Is this) of thy whoredoms a small matter
16. 22 in all thine abominations and thy whore.
16. 25 Thou hast . .multiplied thy whoredoms
16. 26 hast increased thy whoredoms, to provoke
16. 33 may come unto thee . . for thy whoredom
16. 34 the contrary is in thee. .inthywhoredoniB
Eze. 16. 36 discovered through thy whoredoms with
23. 7 she committed her whoredoms with them
23. 8 her whoredoms, .poured their whoredom
23. 1 1 in her whoredoms more than her sister in
23. 14 she increased her whoredoms: for when
23. 17 they defiled her with their whoredom, and
23. 1 8 she discovered her whoredoms, and disc.
23. 19 she multiplied her whoredoms, in calling
23. 29 both thy lewdness and thy whoredoms
23. 35 therefore bear thou also, .thy whoredoms
23. 43 Will they now commit whoredoms with
WHORING, (to make or use) to go a
1. To commit fornication, rtjj zanah.
Exod34. 15 they go a whoring after their gods, and
34. 16 their daughters go a whoring after their
Lev. 17. 7 after whom they have gone a whoring
20. 5 cut him otf, and all thatgo a whoring after
20. 6 after wizards, to go a whoring after them
Ntiniis. 39 eyes, after which ye use to go a whoring
Deut 31. 16 go a whoring after the gods of thestrang.
Judg. 2. 17 they went a whoring after other gods, and
8. 27 all Israel went thither a whoring after it
8. 33 Israel turned again, and went a whoring
i Ch. 5. 25 went a whoring after the gods of the peo.
Psa. 73. 27 destroyed all them thatgo a whoring from
106. 39 went a whoring with their own inventions
Eze. 6. 9 their eyes, which go a whoring after their
23. 30 because thou hast gone a whoring after
Hos. 4. 12 they have gone a whoring from under th.
9. i thou hast gone a whoring from thy God
2. To cause or lead to fornication, njt zanah, 5.
Exod34- 16 make thy sons go a whoring after their
WHOSE (soever)
1. Which, I^N asher.
Gen. i. ii whose seed (is) in itself, upon the earth
Exodss. 29 whose heart made them willing to bring
2. Which, "=! di.
Ezra 7. 15 the God. .whose habitation (is) in Jerusa.
3. Who, T? mi.
Gen. 24. 23 Whose daughter(art) thou? tell me, I pray
4. Who, of whom ? rls, TWOS (gen. or dat. ) tis, tinos.
Mutt.-. . 20 Whose (is) this image and superscription?
22. 28 whose wife shall she be of the seven? for
22. 42 What think ye of Christ? whose son ishe*
Marki2. 16 Whose (is) this image and superscription?
12. 23 whose wife shall she be of them? for the
Lukei2. 20 whose shall those things be which thou
20. 24 Whose image and superscription hath it?
20. 33 in the resurrection whose wife of them
John 1 9. 24 Let us not rend it, but cast lots for it, wh.
5. Whose, &v TIVVV an tinon.
.1 ohii2o. 23 [Whose soever] sins ye remit, they are re.
20. 23 [whose soever], .ye retain,theyare retained
WHOSO, whosoever
I.(Every)man(that),V H,-He v tffis) (kol)ish(asher)*
Exod30. 33 Whosoever compoundeth. .like it, or who
30. 38 Whosoever shall make like unto that, to
Lev. 19. 20 whosoever lieth carnally with a woman
21. 17 Whosoever, .of thy seed in their gent-rat.
22. 3 Whosoever, .of all your seed among your
22. 5 Or whosoever toucheth any creeping thi.
22. 21 whosoever offereth a sacrifice of peace
24. 15 Whosoever curseth his God shall bear his
Deuti8. 19 whosoever will not hearken unto my wo.
Josh. 1. 1 8 Whosoever, .doth rebel against thy com m.
Prov2s- 14 Whoso boasteth himself of a false gift (is)
2. Every one, Ss kol.
Exod3s. 5 whosoever (is) of a willing heart, let him
Ezra 6. ii whosoever shall alter thisword, let tinib.
7. 26 whosoever will not do the law of thy God
Dan. 5. 7 Whosoever shall read this writing, and sh.
6. 7 whosoever shall ask a petition of any god
3. Who, who t a mi.
Isa. 54. 15 whosoever shall gather together against
4. If any one, ef TIS ei tis.
Rev. 14. ii whosoever receiveth the mark of his na.
20. 15 whosoever was not found written hi the
5. As many as., ovot &v hosoi an.
Mark 6. n [whosoever shall not receive you, nor]
Luke 9. 5 whosoever will not receive you, whe n ye
6. Whoever, whosoever, OCTTIS hostis.
Matt. 5. 39 whosoever shall smite thee on thy right
5. 41 whosoever shall compel thee to go a mile
13. 12 whosoever hath . . but whosoever hath not
1 8. 4 Whosoever.therefore shall humble himself
23. 12 whosoever shall exalt himself shall be ab.
Mark 8. 34 [Whosoever] will come after me, let him
Lukei4. 27 whosoever doth not bear his cross, and co.
Gal. 5. 4 whosoever of you are justified by the law
Jas. 2. 10 whosoever shall keep the whole law, and.
7. Whosoever, offTis &v hostis an.
Mattio. 33 [whosoever] shall deny me before men
12. 50 whosoever shall do the will of my Father
Gal. 5. 10 shall bear his judgment, whosoever he
8. Every one that, iras 6 or 8s pas ho or hos.
Matt. 5. 22 whosoever is angry with his brother with
5. 28 whosoever looketh on a woman to lust
Luke 6. 47 Whosoever corneth to me, and heareth
12. 8 Whosoever shall confess me before men
12. 10 whosoever shall speak a word against the
14. ii whosoever exalteth himself shall be aba.
14. 33 whosoever he be of you thatforsaketh not
16 18 Whosoever putteth away . . [whosoever] HL.
WHOSOEVER 1051 WICKED
Luke2o. 18 Whosoever shall fall upon that stone shall
John 3.15, 16 whosoeverbelieveth in him should not
4. 13 Whosoever drinketh of this water shall th
8. 34 Whosoever cominitteth sin is the servant
11. 26 whosoever liveth and believeth in me sh.
12. 46 whosoever believeth on me should not ab.
16. 2 whosoever killeth you will think that he
19. 12 whosoever maketh himself a king speak.
Acts 2. 21 whosoever shall call on the name of the
10. 43 whosoever believeth ill him shall receive
Rom. 2. i thou art inexcusable . . whosoever thou art
9. 33 [whosoever] believeth on him shall not be
10. ii Whosoever believeth on him shall not be
10. 13 whosoever shall call upon the name of the
i Jo. 2. 23 Whosoever denieththeSon, the same hath
4 Whosoever cominitteth sin transgresseth
6 Whosoever abideth. .whosoever sinneth
3. 9 Whosoever is born of God doth not com.
3. 10 whosoever doeth not righteousness is not
3. 15 Whosoever hateth his brother is a murd.
5. i Whosoever believeth that Jesus is theCh.
5. 18 whosoever is born of God sinneth not, but
i Jo. 9 whosoever transgresseth, and
Eev. 22. 15 and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie
9. Every one who, iras otms pas hostis.
Matt. 7. 24 whosoever heareth these sayings of mine
10. 32 Whosoever therefore shall confess me be.
WHOSOEVER would (or heareth)
l./A; Hi/to is willing, or desirous, fann he-chaphett,
1 Ki.i3- 33 whosoeverwould, he consecrated him, and
2. To hear, hearken, ysip shamea.
2 Sa. 17. 9 whosoever heareth it will say, There is a
Eze. 33. 4 whosoever heareth the sound of the tru.
WHY, (for)
1. Wherefore, wherefore ? ywt) maddua.
Exod. i. 18 Why have ye done this thing, and have
3. 3 I will now turn aside, and see. .why the
Jer. 2. 14 (Is) Israel a servant?, .why is he spoiled?
2. What ? np mah.
Judg. 8. i Why hast thou served us thus, that thou
3. Why ? nzh la-ma.li.
Gen. 27. 45 why should I be deprived alsoof youboth
4. For why ? JioVg shal-la-mah.
Song i. 7 why should I be as one that turneth aside
5. What f no meh.
Josh. 7. 25 Joshua said, Why hast thou troubled us?
Ezra 4. 22 why should damage grow to the hurt of the
7. 23 why should there be wrath against the re
6. On account of what ? np- ry al mah.
Dan. 2. 15 Why(is)thedecree(so)hastyfromtheking?
7. Because of what ? np jy: yaan meh.
Hag. i. 9 Why? saith the LORD of hosts. Because of
8. For, yap gar.
Matt 27. 23 the governor said, Why, what evil hath
Markis. 14 Pilate said unto them, Why, whatevilha.
Luke23. 22 he said unto them the third time, Why
John 9. 30 Why herein is a marvellous thing, that ye
9. Because of what I why ? 5i& ri diati.
Matt. 9. ii Why eateth your Master with publicans
9. 14 Why do we and the Pharisees fast oft, but
13. 10 Why speakest thou unto them in parab. ?
15. 2 Why do thy disciples trangress the tradi.
15. 3 Why do ye also transgress the command.
17. 19 and said, Why could not we cast him out?
21. 25 he will say. .Why did ye not then believe
Mark 2. 18 Why do the disciples of John and of the
7. 5 Why walk not thy disciples according to
11. 31 he will say, Why then did ye not believe
Luke 5. 30 Why do ye eat and drink with publicans
5- 33 [Why do] the disciples of John fast often
19. 31 if any man ask you, Why do ye loose (h.)?
20. 5 he will say, Whythen believed ye him not ?
24. 38 and whydo thoughts arise in your hearts?
John 7. 45 they said. .Why have ye not brought him?
8. 43 Why do ye not understand my speech?
8. 46 if I say the truth, why do ye not believe
12. 5 Why was not this ointment sold for three
13. 37 said. .Lord, why cannot Ifollowtheenow?
Acts 5. 3 why hath Satan filled thine heart to lie to
i Co. 6. 7 Why do ye not rather take wrong? why
10. Wherefore ? why 1 Ivarl hinati.
Matt 27. 46 My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken
Luke 13. 7 cut it down ; why cumbereth it the gro.?
Acts 4. 25 Why did the heathen rage, and the peo.
7. 26 Sirs, ye are brethren ; why do ye wrong
i Co. 10. 29 for why is my liberty judged of another
\l.That, on hoti.
Mark 9. n Why say the scribes that Elias must first
9. 28 asked. .[Why] oouldnot we cast him out?
12. Why ! rt (neut.) ti.
Matt. 6. 28 why take ye thought for raiment? Consi.
7. 3 why beholdest thou the mote that is in
8. 26 Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith?
16. 8 why reason ye among yourselves, because
17. 10 Why then say the scribes that Elias must
19. 7 Why did Moses then command to give a
19. 17 Why callest thou me good?, .none good
20. 6 saith . . Why stand ye here all the day idle ?
22. 18 Jesus, .said, Why tempt ye me. .hypocr.?
26. 10 Why trouble ye the woman ? for she hath
Mark -2. 7 Why doth this . . thus speak blasphemies ?
2. 8 Why reason ye these things in your hearts?
2. 24 why do they on the sabbath day that wh.
Mark 4. 40 Why are ye so fearful? how is it that ye
5. 35 why troubles! thou the Master any furt.?
5. 39 Why make ye this ado, and weep? the da.
8. 12 Why doth thisgenerationseekafterasign?
8. 17 Why reason ye because ye have no bread ?
10. 18 Why callest thou me good?, .none good
11. 3 if any man say unto you, Whydo ye this?
12. 15 Why.tempt ye me? bring me a penny, that
14. 4 Why was this waste of the ointment made ?
14. 6 why trouble ye her? she hath wrought a
15. 34 My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken
Luke 2. 48 Son, why hast thou thus dealt with us?
6. 2 Why do ye that which is not lawful to do
6. 41 why beholdest thou the mote that is in
6. 46 why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not
12. 26 If ye then be not able, .why take ye tho.
12. 57 why even of yourselves judge ye not wh.
18. 19 Why callest thou me good? none (is) good
19. 33 the owners . . said . . Why loose ye the colt ?
20. 23 [and said unto them, Why tempt ye me?]
22. 46 Why sleep ye? rise and pray, lest ye enter
24. 5 Why seek ye the living among the dead?
24. sS.he said unto them, Why are ye troubled?
John i. 25 Why baptizest thou then, if thou be not
4. 27 yet no man said . . Why talkest thou with
7. 19 Did not Moses. .Why go ye about to kill
10. 20 He hath a devil, and is mad ; why hear ye
1 8. 21 Whyaskestthoume? ask them which he.
18. 23 If I have spoken . . well, why smitest thou
20. 13 they say unto her, Woman, why weepest
20. 15 Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why weep.
Acts i. ii said., why stand ye gazing up into heaven?
3. 12 why marvel ye at this? or why look ye so
5. 4 why hast thou conceived this thing in th.
9. 4 saying. .Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou
14. 15 Sirs, why do ye these things? We also are
15. 10 Now therefore why tempt ye God, to put
22. 7 saying. .Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou
22. 16 why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized
26. 8 Why should it be thought a thing incred.
26. 14 saying. .Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou
Rom. 3. 7 why yet am I also judged as a sinner?
8. 24 what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope
9. 19 Why doth he yet find fault? for who hath
9. 20 say to him. .Whyhastthoumademethus?
14. 10 why dost thou judge thy brother? or why
1 Co. 4. 7 why dost thou glory, as if thou hadst not
10. 29 for why is my liberty judged of another
10. 30 why am I evil spoken of for that for wh.
15. 29 why are they then baptized for the dead?
15. 30 Andwhy stand we in jeopardy every hour?
Gal. 2. 14 [why] compellest thou the Gentiles to Ii.
5. ii why do I yet suffer persecution? then is
Col. 2. 20 why, as . . livingin the world, are ye subje.
13. With a view to ivhat ? els rt eis ti.
Marki4. 4 Why was this waste of the ointment ma.?
15. 34 My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken
WICKED (doer, man, one, thing, woman, more)
I. Iniquity, vanity, JIN aven.
Job 22. 15 the old way which wicked men have tro.?
34. 36 tried . .because of. .answers for wicked m.
Psa. 59. 5 be not merciful to any wicked transgres.
101. 8 that I may cut off all wicked doers from
Prov. 6. 12 A naughty person, a wicked man, walketh
6. 1 8 An heart that deviseth wicked imaginati.
2. Worthless, loithout utility, Vy;^3 beliyyaal.
Deut 15. 9 that there be not a thought in thy wicked
Job 34. 1 8 to say to a king . . wicked . . to princes . . un.?
Psa. 101. 3 I will set no wicked thing before mine ey.
Nah. i. ii There is. .come out of thee. .a wicked co.
i. 15 the wicked shall no more pass through th.
3. Disgrace, shame, 7Q~ chesed.
Lev. 20. 17 it (is) a wicked thing ; and they shall be
4. Wickedness, ivicked woman, nyy~\o mirshaath.
2 Ch.24. 7 the sons of Athaliah, that wicked woman
^.Perverse, *?iy avval.
Job 18. 21 Surely such (are) the dwellings of the wic.
29. 17 I brake the jaws of the wicked, and plu.
31. 3 (Is) not destruction to the wicked? and a
6. Perverseness, perversity, 117157 avlah.
2 Sa. 3. 34 as a man falleth before wicked men. .fel.
7. Labouring, perverse, miserable, ?ay amel.
Job 20. 22 every hand of the wicked shall come upon
8.A grievous thing, 3Xy otseb.
Psa.isg. 24 see if . .wicked way in me, and lead me in
9. Evil, yi ra.
Gen. 13. 13 the men of Sodom (were) wicked and sin.
38. 7 Er, Judah s first born, was wicked in the
Deut 17. 5 which have committed that wicked thing
23. 9 then keep thee from every wicked thing
1 Sa. 30. 22 Then answered all the wicked men and
2 Ki.i7. ii wrought wicked things to provoke the L.
2 Ch. 7. 14 If my people, .turn from theirwicked wa.
Nell. 9. 35 neither turned they from their wicked
Esth. 9. 25 he commanded byletters, that his wicked
Job 21. 30 That the wicked is reserved to the day of
Esth. 7. 6 The adversary and enemy (is) this wicked
Psa. 101. 4 I will not know a wicked (person)
Prov. 2. 14 Who . . delight in the frowardness of the wi.
11. 21 hand, .in hand, the wicked shall not be
12. 13 The wicked issuared by the transgression
15. 26 The thoughts of the wicked (are) an abo.
26. 23 Burning lips and a wicked heart (are like)
Jer. 2. 33 therefore hast thou . . taught the wicked
5. 28 yea, they overpass the deeds of the wicked
Jer. 6. 29 the founder melteth in vain; for the wic.
15. 21 I will deliver, .out of the hand of the wi.
. Eze. 8. 9 Go in,!and behold the wicked abominations
.1. 2 these (are) the men that . .give wicked co.
13. 22 strengthened the hands of the wicked, that
20. 44 not according to your wicked ways, nor
30. 12 sell the land into the hand of the wicked
10. To do or suffer evil, treat ill, yy*> raa, 5.
Psa. 12. 16 the assembly of the wicked have enclosed
27. 2 When the wicked, .mine enemies and my
64. 2 Hide me from the. .counsel of the wicked
92. ii mine ears shall hear, .of the wicked that
Prov. 1 7. 4 A wicked doer giveth heed to false lips
11. Wrong, wicked, yy~\rasha.
Gen. 18. 23 Wilt thou.. destroy.. rightcouo with thew.
18. 25 far. .to slay therighteous with the wicked
1 8. 25 that the righteous should be as the wicked
Exod. 9. 27 LORD (is)righteous. .and my people (are) w.
23. i put not thine hand with the wicked to be aa
23. 7 Keeptheefar.-Iwillnot justify the wicked
Numi6. 26 from the tents of these wicked men, and
Deut25. i justify the righteous, and condemn the w.
25. 2 if the wicked man (be) worthy to be beaten
1 Sa. 2. 9 the wicked shall be silent in darkness, for
24. 13 Wickedness proceedeth from the wicked
2 Sa. 4. ii How much more, when wicked men have
1 Ki. 8. 32 condemning the wicked, to bring his way
2 Ch. 6. 23 requiting the wicked, by recompensing
Job 3. 17 There the wicked cease (from) troubling
8. 22 the dwelling place of the wicked shall come
9. 22 He destroyeth the perfect and the wicked
9. 24 earth is given into the hand of the wicked
10. 3 and shine upon the counsel of the wicked?
11. 20 the eyes of the wicked shall fail, and they
15. 20 The wicked man travaileth with pain all
16. ii turned me over into the hand of the wic.
18. 5 the light of the wicked shall be put out
20. 5 That the triumphing of the wicked (is) sh.
20. 29 This(is) the portion of a wicked man from
21. 7 Wherefore do the wicked live, become old
21. 1 6 the counsel of the wicked is far from me
21. 17 How oft is the candle of the wicked put
21. 28 where (are),the dwelling places of the wi.?
22. 18 but the counsel of the wicked is far from
24. 6 and they gather the vintage of the wicked
27. 7 Let mine enemy be as the wicked, and he
27. 1 3 This (is) the portion of a wicked man with
34. 26 He striketh them as wicked men in the
36. 6 He preserveth not the life of the wicked
36. 17 hast fulfilled the judgment of the wicked
38. 13 that the wicked might be shaken out of it
38. 15 from the wicked their light is withholden
40. 12 and tread down the wicked in their place
Psa. 7. 9 let the wickedness of the wicked come to
9. 5 thou hast destroyed the wicked, thou hast
9. 1 6 the wicked is snared in the work of his
9. 17 The wicked shall be turned into hell, (and)
10. 2 The wicked in (his) pride doth persecute
o. 3 the wicked boasteth of his heart s desire
o. 4 The wicked, through the pride of his cou.
o. 13 Wherefore doth the wicked contemn God
o. 15 Break thou the arm of the wicked and the
2 the wicked bend (their) bow, they make
5 the wicked and him that loveth violence
11. 6 Upon the wicked he shall rain snares, fire
12. 8 The wicked walk on every side, when tho
17. 9 From the wicked that oppress me,(from)m.
17. 13 deliver my soul from the wicked, (which
26. 5 hated, .and will not sit with the wicked
28. 3 Draw me not away with the wicked, and
31. 17 let the wicked be ashamed, (and) let them
32. 10 Many sorrows (shall be) to the wicked, but
34. 21 Evil shall slay the wicked ; and they that
36. i The transgression of the wicked saith wit.
36. ii let not the hand of the wicked remove me
37. 10 a little while, and the wicked (shall) not
37. 12 The wicked plotteth against the just, and
37. 14 The wicked have.drawn out the sword, and
37. 16 better than the riches of many wicked
37. 17 the arms of the wicked shall be broken
37. 20 the wicked shall perish, and the enemies
37. 21 The wicked borro.veth, and payeth not
37. 28 but the seed of the wicked shall be cut
37. 32 The wicked watcheth the righteous, and
37. 34 when the wicked are cut off, thou shalt
37. 35 I have seen the wicked in great power, and
37. 38 the end of the wicked shall be cut off
37. 40 he shall deliver them from the wicked
39. i I will keep my mouth . .while the wicked
50. 16 unto the wicked God saith, What hast th.
55. 3 because of the oppression of the wicked
58. 3 The wicked are estranged from thelwomb
58. 10 wash his feet in the blood of the wicked
68. 2 let the wicked perish at the presence of
71. 4 Deliver, .out of the hand of the wicked
73. 3 (when) I saw the prosperity of the wicked
75. 4 and to the wicked, Lift not up the horn
75. 8 the wicked of the earth shall wring(them)
75. 10 the horns of the wicked also will I cut off
82. 2 and accept the persons of the wicked f
82. 4 rid (them) out of the hand of the wicked
91. 8 behold and see the reward of the wicked
92. 7 When the wicked springas the grass, and
94. 3 the wicked, how long shall the wicked tr.
94. 13 until the pit be digged for the wicked
97. 10 delivereth. .out of the hand of the wicked
101. 8 I will early destroy all the wicked of the
104. 35 Let the sinners, .let the wicked be no m.
106. 1 8 was kindled, .the flame burnt up the wi.
109. 2 the mouth of the wicked and the mouth
WICKED 1052 WICKEDNESS
Psa. 109. 6 Set thou a wicked man over him; and let
112. 10 The wicked shall see (it), .the wicked sh.
jig. 53 because of the wicked that forsake
119. 61 The bands of the wicked have robbed me
119. 95 The wicked have waited for me to destroy
119. no The wicked have laid a snare forme, yet
119. 119 Thou puttest away all the wicked of the
119. 155 Salvation (is) far from thejwicked: forth.
129. 4 he hath cut asunder the cords of the wic.
137. 19 Surely thou wilt slay the wicked, OGod
140. 4 Keep me . .from the hands of the wicked
140. 8 Grant not, O LORD, the desires of the wi.
-41 10 Let the wicked fall into their own nets
145. 20 the LORD, .all the wicked will he destroy
146. 9 the way of the wicked he turneth upside
147. 6 he casteth the wicked down to the ground
Prov. 2. 22 the wicked shall be cut off from the earth
3. 25 neither of the desolation of the wicked
3. 33 The curse, .(is) in the house of the wicked
4. 14 Enter not into the path of the wicked, and
4. 19 The way of the wicked (is)as darkness, th.
5. 22 His own iniquities shall take the wicked
9. 7 he that rebuketh a wicked (man getteth)
o. 3 casteth away the substance of the wicked
o. 6 violence covereth the mouth of the wick,
o. 7 but the name of the wicked shall rot
o. 16 (tendeth) to life : the fruit of the wicked
o. 20 the heart of the wicked (is) little worth
o. 24 The fear of the wicked, it shall come up.
o. 25 As the whirlwind passeth, so (is) the wic.
o. 27 the years of the wicked shall be shorten,
o 28 the expectation of the wicked shall perish
o. 30 the wicked shall not inhabit the earth
0. 32 mouth of the wicked (speaketh) froward.
1. 5 but the wicked shall fall by his own wick,
i. 7 When a wicked man dieth, (his) expecta.
i. 8 is delivered, .the wicked cometh in his
i. 10 when the wicked perish, (.there is) shout,
i. n overthrown by the mouth of the wicked
i. 18 The wicked worketh a deceitful work, but
1. 23 (but) the expectation of the wicked (is)wr.
1.31 much more the wicked and the sinner
2. 5 (hut) the counsels of the wicked (are) de.
2. 6 The words of the wicked (are) to lie in wa.
2. 7 The wicked are overthrown, and (are) not
2. 10 the tender mercies of the wicked (are)cr.
2. 12 The wicked desireth the net of evil (men)
2. 21 but the wicked shall be filled with misc.
2. 26 but the way of the wicked seduceth them
3. 5 a wicked (man) is loathsome, and cometh
3. 9 the lamp of the wicked shall be put out
3. 17 A wicked messenger falleth into mischief
3. 25 but the belly of the wicked shall want
4. n The house of the wicked shall be overth
4. 19 the wicked at the gates of the righteous
4. 32 The wicked is driven away in his wicked.
5. 6 in the revenues of the wicked is trouble
5. 8 The sacrifice of the wicked (is) an abom.
5. 9 The way of the wicked (is) an abominat.
5. 28 the mouth of the wicked poureth out ev.
5. 29 The LORD (is)
;far from the wicked, but he
6. 4 yea, even the wicked for the day of evil
7. 15 He that justifteth the wicked, and he th.
7. 23 A wicked (man) taketh a gift out of the
8. 3 When the wicked cometh, (then) cometh
8. 5 good to accept the person of the wicked
9. 28 the mouth of the wicked devoureth iniq.
o. 26 A wise king scattereth the wicked, and
ti. 4 (and) the plowing of the wicked, (is) sin
21. 7 The robbery of the wicked shall destroy
st. 10 The soul of the wicked desireth evil, his
21. 12 of the wicked. .(God) overthroweth the w.
31. 1 8 The wicked (shall be) a ransom for the
31. 27 The sacrifice of the wicked (is) abominat.
si. 29 A wicked man hardeneth his face, but
34. 15 Lay not wait, O wicked (man), against the
24. 16 but the wicked shall fall into mischief
34. 19 neither be thou envious at the wicked
34. 20 the candle of the wicked shall be put out
24. 24 He that saith unto the wicked, Thou (art)
35. 5 Take away the wicked (from) before the
35. 26 falling down before the wicked (is as) a tr.
so. i The wicked flee when no man pursueth
38. 4 They that forsake the law praise the wi.
28. 12 but when the wicked rise, a man is hidd.
28. 15 (so is) a wicked ruler over the poor peop.
28. 28 When the wicked rise, men hide themsel v.
29. 2 when the wicked beareth rule, the people
29. 7 (but) the wicked regardeth not to know
29. 12 hearken to lies, all his servants (are) wic.
29. 16 When the wicked are multiplied, transg.
39. 27 and (he) .(is) abomination to the wicked
EccL 3. 17 shall judge the righteous and the wicked
7. 15 there is a wicked (man) that prolongeth
8. 10 I saw the wicked buried, who had come
8. 13 it shall not be well with the wicked, nei.
8. 14 work of the wicked.. there be wicked(m.)
9. 2 (there is) one event, .to the wicked; to the
Isa. 3 . 1 1 Woe unto the wicked! (it shall be) ill(wi.)
5. 23 Which justify the wicked for reward, and
11. 4 with the breath .. shall he slay the wicked
13. ii I will punish, .the wicked for their iniq.
14. 5 hath broken the staff of the wicked, (and)
26. 10 Let favour be showed to the wicked, (yet)
48. 22 no peace, saith the LORD, unto the wick.
53. 9 he made his grave with the wicked, and
55. 7 Let the wicked forsake his way, and the
57. 20 the wicked (are) like the troubled sea
57. 21 no peace, saith my God, to the wicked
fee. 5. 26 among my people are found wicked (m.)
12. i Wherefore doth the way of the wicked
93. 19 shall fall, .upon the head of the wicked
Jer. 25. 31 he will give them (that are) wicked to the
30. 23 fall with pain upon the head of the wic.
Eze. 3. 18 When I say unto the wicked, Thou -halt
3. 18 to warn the wicked from his wicked way
3. 1 8 the same wicked (man) shall die in his
3. 19 warn the wicked, .from his wicked way
7. 21 and to the wicked of the earth fora spoil
13. 22 strengthened the hands of the wicked
1 8. 20 the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon
18. 21 if the wicked will turn from all his sins
18. 23 Have I any pleasure, .that the wicked sh.
18. 24 the abominations that the wicked (man)
1 8. 27 when the wicked (man) turneth away fr.
21. 3, 4 cut off. .the righteous and the wicked
21. 25 thou, profane wicked prince of Israel, w.
21. 29 the wicked, whose day is come, when th.
33. 8 When I say unto the wicked, O wicked
33. 8 warn th? wicked from his way, that wic.
33. 9 if thou warn the wicked of his way to tu
33. n the wicked ; but that the wicked turn fr.
33. 12 as for the wickedness of the wicked, he
33. 14 when I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt
33. 15 (If) the wicked restore the pledge, give
33. 19 if the wicked turn from his wickedness
Dan. 12. 10 the wicked shall do wickedly, .the wicked
Mic. 6. 10 wickedness in the house of the wicked
Hab. i. 4 the wicked doth compass about the righ.
i. 13 holdest thy tongue when the wicked de.
3. 13 out of the house of the wicked, by discov.
Zeph. i. 3 and the stumbling blocks with the wick.
Mai. 3. 18 between the righteousand the wicked.be.
4. 3 ye shall tread down the wicked ; for they
12. Wrong, wickedness, ]$"} resha.
Job 34. 8 Whichgoeth..andwalkethwithwickedm.
Psa.i2s- 3 the rod of the wicked shall not rest upon
141. 4 to practise wicked works with men that
Mic. 6. ii Shall I count (them) pure with the wicked
13. Unsettled, laioless, &0f <r,uos athesmos.
2 Pe. 2. 7 with the filthy conversation of the wick.
3. 17 led away with the error of the wicked
14. Lawless, without law, &VOJJLOS anomos.
Acts 2. 23 and by wicked hands have crucified and
2 Th. 2. 8 then shall that wicked be revealed, whom
15. Evil, KUKOS kakos.
Matt2i. 41 He will miserably destroy those wicked m.
1 ft. Bad, malignant, miserable, irovripos poneros.
Matti2. 45 Even so shall it be also unto this wicked
13. 19 then cometh the wicked (one), and catch.
13. 38 the tares are the children of the wicked
13. 49 and sever the wicked from among the just
16. 4 A wicked and adulterous generation se.
18. 32 O thou wicked servant, I forgave thee all
25. 26 (Thou) wicked and slothful servant, thou
Lukeig. 22 will I judge thee, (thou) wicked servant
Acts 18. 14 a matter of wrong or wicked_ lewdness, O
1 Co. 5. 1 3 Therefore put away . . that wicked person
Kph. 6. 16 to quench all the fiery darts of the wick.
Col. i. 21 enemies in (your) mind by wicked works
2 Th. 3. 2 delivered from unreasonable and wick. m.
1 Jo. 2. 13, 14 ye have overcome the wicked one
3. 12 Cain, (who) was of that vicked one, and
5. 1 8 andthatwicked one toucheth him not
17. More malignant, miserable, votnjporfpos poner.
Matt 1 2. 45 seven other spirits more wicked than hi.
Luken. 26 seven other spirits more wicked than hi.
WICKED, to be (desperately)
1. To be fickly, mortal, incurable, trjK anash.
Jer. 17. 9 The heart (is)., desperately wicked: who
2. To do wrong, wickedly, VV~l rasha.
Job 9. 29 (If) I be wicked, why then labour I In vain
10. 7 Thou knowest that I am not wicked ; and
10. 15 If I be wicked, woe unto me ; and (if) I be
Eccl. 7. 17 Be not overmuch wicked, neither be thou
WICKED device, mind
1. Wicked thought or device, n$T zimmah.
Prov2i. 27 (when) he bringeth it with a wicked mind?
Isa. 32. 7 he deviseth wicked devices to destroy the
2. To devise, design, DCJ zamam.
Psa.i4o. 8 further not his wicked device, (test) they
3. A wicked thought, or device, n^lp mezimmah.
Psa. 37. 7 the man who bringeth wicked devices to
Provi2. 2 a man of wicked devices willhe condemn
14. 17 and a man of wicked devices is hated
WICKEDLY, (to vic*u. depart, do)
I.A wicked thought or device, n?]9 mezimmah.
Psa. 1 39. 20 For they speak against thee wickedly
2. To pervert, make crooked, n\y arah, 5.
2 Sa. 24. 17 I have ginned, and I have done wickedly
3. Perversity, n^iy avltth.
Job 13. 7 Will ye speak wickedly for God? and talk
i.Eril, bad, JT3 ra.
Deut. 9. 1 8 in doing wickedly in the sight of the Lo.
Psa. 73. 8 They are corrupt, and speak wickedly
5. To do or suffer evil, treat ill, J?SP, rnrt > 5.
Gen. 19. 7 said, I pray you, brethren, do not so wic.
Judg 19. 23 I pray you, do not. .wickedly; seeing th.
1 Sa. 12. 25 if ye shall still do wickedly, ye shall be
2 Ki. 21. ii hath done wickedly above all that the A.
Psa. 74. 3 the enemy hath done wickedly in the sa.
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6. To do wrong or wickedly, W~l rasha.
2 Sa. 22. 22 have not wickedly departed from my God
;
2 Ch. 6. 37 we have done amiss, and have dealt wit-, i
Psa. 18. 21 have not wickedly departed from my God
Dan. 9. 15 we have sinned, we have done wickedly
7. To do wrong or wickedly, yy~> rasha, 5.
2 Ch.2o. 35 Ahaziah king of Israel, who did very wic.
22. 3 his mother was his counsellor to do wick.
Neh. 9. 33 thou hast done right, but we have done w.
Job 34. 12 Surely God will not do wickedly, neither
Psa. 106. 6 have committed iniquity, we have done w.
Dan. 9. 5 committed iniquity, and have done wick,
ii. 32 such as do wickedly against the covenant
12. 10 the wicked shall do wickedly, and none
8. Wickedness, njfln rishah.
Mai. 4. i all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly
WICKEDHESS, (to commit, very)
\. Iniquity, vanity, ;IK aven.
Job ii. n he knoweth vain men: he seeth wickedn.
Prov 30. 20 and saith, I have done no wickedness
2. Mischief, calamity, nin hawah.
Psa. 5. 9 their inward part (is) very wickedness
52. 7 strengthened himself in his wickedness
55. ii Wickedness (is) in the midst thereof, dec.
3.A wicked thought or device, n$7 zimmnh.
Lev. 18. 17 they (art, jirnear kinswomen: it (is) wi.
19. 29 lest, .the land become full of wickedness
20. 14 it (is) wickedness, .that there be no wick.
LPerverseness, perversity, n^iy avlah.
2 Sa. 7. 10 neither shall the children of wickedness
i Ch.i7. 9 neither shall the children of wickedness
Job ii. 14 let not wickedness dwell in thy tabenuic.
24. 20 and wickedness shall be broken as a tree
27. 4 My lips shall not speak wickedness, nor
Psa. 89. 22 not exact upon him; nor the son of wiek.
5.Perverseness, perversity, rpiy olah.
Psa. 58. 2 in heart ye work wickedness ; ye weigh
6. Labour, toil, misery, Sijj; amal.
Job 4. 8 they that plow iniquity, and sow wicked.
7.Evil, bad, in. ra.
Gen. 6. 5 GOD saw that the wickedness of man (wr s)
39 9 how then can I do this great wickedness
Deut 13. ii shall do no more any such wickedness as
17. 2 that hath wrought wickedness in the Big.
Judg. 9. 56 God rendered the wickedness of Abimol.
20. 3 said. .Tell (us), how was this wickedness?
20. 12 What wickedness (is) this that is done
1 Sa. 12. 17 ye may perceive and see that your wick.
12. 20 ye have done all this wickedness : yet tu.
25. 39 for the LORD hath returned the wickedn.
2 Sa. 3. 39 reward the doer of evil ace. to his wick.
1 Ki. i. 52 if wickedness shall be found in him, he
2. 44 all the wickedness, .return thy wickedn.
21. 25 Ahab, which did sell himself to work wi.
2 Ki.2i. 6 he wrought much wickedness in the sight
Job 20. 12 Though wickedness be sweet in hismoir. h
22. 5 (Is) not thy wickedness great? and thii e
Psa. 7. 9 O let the wickedness of the wicked con ,e
55. 15 wickedness (is)intheirdwellings. .among
94. 23 shall cut them off in their own wickedn.
107. 34 the wickedness of them that dwell there.
Prov 14. 32 The wicked is driven away in his wicked.
21. 12 overthroweth the wicked for. .wickedness
26. 26 his wickedness shall be showed before tlie
Eccl. 7. 15 that prolongeth (his life) in his wickedn.
Isa. 47. 10 For thou hast trusted in thy wickedness
Jer. i. 16 touching all their wickedness, who have
2. 19 Thine own wickedness shall correct thee
3. 2 with thy|whoredoms and with thy wicked.
4. 14 O Jerusalem, wash thine heart from wic.
4. 1 8 this (is) thy wickedness, because it is bitt.
6. 7 As a fountain, .so she casteth out her wi.
7. 12 see what I did to it for the wickedness of
8. 6 no man repented him of his wickedness
12. 4 the wickedness of them that dwell therein
14. 16 for I will pourtheirwickedness upon them
22. 22 be ashamed and confounded for all thy w.
23. n in my house have I found their wickedness
23. 14 that none doth return from his wickedness
Jer. 33. 5 for all whose wickedness I have hid my f .
44. 3 Because of their wickedness which they
44. 5 inclined their ear to turn from their wic.
44. 9 the wickedness of yoiir fathers, and the
44. 9 the wickedness of their wives, and your
44. 9 wickedness, and the wickedness of your
Lnm. i. 22 Let all their wickedness come before thee
Eze. 1 6. 23 it came to pass, after all thy wickedness
16. 57 Before thy wickedness was discovered, as
Hos. 7. i the iniquity of Ephraim .. and the wicked .
7 2 they consider not. .Irememberalltheirw.
7. 3 They make the king glad with their wick.
9. 15 All their wickedness (is) in Gilgal ; for th.
jo. 15 do unto you because of your great wicke.
Joel. 3. 13 Put ye in the sickle., for their wickedness
Jon. i. 2 for their wickedness iscome up beforeme
>iah. 3. 19 for upon whom hath not thy wickedness
8.Jril, badness, sadness, JP rat.
Deut 28. 20 because of the wickedness of thy dOii>gs
Psa. 28. 4 according to the wickedness of their end.
Hos. 9. 15 for the wickedness of their doings I will
9. To do wickedly or wrong, 1T"3 rasha.
i Ki. 8. 47 We have sinned . . we have committed wic.
10. Wickedness, wrong, >T1 resha.
Deut. 9. 27 look not. .to their wickedness, nor to their
i Sa. 24. 13 wickedness proceedeth from the wicked
Job 34. 10 Farbeit from God.. wickedness; and(fr<>.)
35. 8 Thy wickedness may hurt) a man as thou
WIDE 1053 WIFE
Psa. 5. 4 (art) not a God that hath pleasure in wic.
10. 15 seek out his wickedness (till) tliou find .
45. 7 Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest wi.
84. 10 than to dwell in the tents of wickedness
Prov. 4. 17 For they eat the bread of wickedness, and
8. 7 wickedness (is) an abomination to my lips
10. 2 Treasures of wickedness profit nothing
12. 3 A man shall not be established by wicked.
16. 12 an abomination to kings to commit wick.
Eccl. 3 16 the place of judgment., wickedness (was)
7. 25 to know the wickedness of folly, even of
8. 8 neither shall wickedness deliver those th.
Isa. 58. 4 and to smite with the tist of wickedness
58. 6 to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo
Jer. 14. 20 We acknowledge, O LORD, ourwickedness
Eze. 3. 19 and he turn not from his wickedness, nor
7. ii Violence is risen up into a rod of wicked.
31. ii I have driven him out for his wickedness
33 . 12 in the day that he turnethfrom his wick.
Hos. 10. 13 Ye have ploughed wickedness, ye have re.
Mic. 6. 10 Are there yet the treasures of wickedness
11. Wrong, wickedness, njfifH rishah.
Dent. 9. 4, 5 but for the wickedness of these nations
Prov. 1 1. 5 but the wicked shall fall by his own wic.
13. 6 but wickedness overthroweth the sinner
Isa. 9. 18 For wickedness burneth as the fire, it sh.
Eze. 5. 6 she hath changed my judgments into wi.
18. 20 the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon
1 8. 27 when the wicked, .turneth away from his
33. 12 as for the wickedness of the wicked, he
33. 19 But if the wicked turn from his wickedn.
Zech. 5. 8 he said, This (is) wickedness. And he cast
Mai. i. 4 theyshallcall them The border of w. 3. 15.
12. Out of place, &TOTTOS atopos, Acts 25. 5.
13. Evil, badness, wickedness, xaKia. kakia.
Acts 8. 22 Repent therefore of this thy wickedness j
14. Malignity, evil, irovripia poneria.
.Matt 22. 18 Jesus perceived their wickedness, and said
Mark 7. 22 Thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit
Luken. 39 inward part is full of ravening and wicked.
Rom. i. 29 Being filled with all unrighteousness, .wi.
i Co. 3. 8 neither with the leaven of malice and w.
Eph. 6. 12 For we wrestle, .against spiritual wicke.
15. Malignant, evil, irovt)p6s poneros.
i Jo. 5. 19 we know that, .the whole world lieth in w.
16. In this (man}, rovry toulo.
Acts 25. 5 accuse this man, if there be any (wicked )
WIDE, wideness, to make or open
\.Companiunshi}), society, "an cheber.
Prov.2i. 9 than with a brawling woman in a wide
25. 24 than with a brawling woman, .in a wide
2. Wide of hands, (D l;) irp [rackab}.
1 Ch. 4. 40 they found fat pasture, .and the land .w.
Psa.io4. 25 this great and wide sea. wherein (are) tin
Job 30. 14 They came, .as a wide breaking in. in the
3. Measure, stature, rro middah.
Jer. 22. 14 That saith, I will build me a wide house
4.7*0 open, nn^jmthach.
l)eut 15. 8,n thou shalt open thine hand wide unto
N ah. 3 . 1 3 the gates of thy land shall be set wide open
5. To make wide, broad, 3rn rachab, 5.
Psa. 35. 21 Yea, they opened their mouth wideagai.
81. 10 open thy mouth wide and I will fill it
Isa. 57. 4 againstwhommakeyeawidemouth,(and)
6. Breadth, broad place, arn rochab.
Eze. 41.10 between the chambers (was) the wideness
7. Wide, broad, ample, TTAOTUS jilatus,
Matt. 7. 13 Enter ye in at the strait gate, for wide
WIDOW, widowhood
1. Widowhood, silence, ]tht< almon.
Isa. 47. 9 in one day, the loss of children, and wid.
2. Widow, silent one, i^N almanah.
Gen. 38. ii Remain a widow at thy father s house, till
Exod22. 22 Ye shall not afflict any widow, or father.
22. 24 your wives shall be widows, and your ch.
Lev. 21. 14 A widow, or adivorced woman, orprofane
22. 13 if the priest s daughter be a widow, or di
>
rum 30. 9 every vow of a widow, and of her that is
Deutio. 18 He doth execute the judgment of the. .wi.
14. 29 stranger, and the fatherless, and the wi
16. n, 14 stranger, and. .fatherless, and thewi.
24. 17 Thou shalt not. .take a widow s raiment
24. 19, 20, 21 for the fatherless, and for the wi.
26. 12 the stranger, the fatherless, and the wid.
26. 13 stranger, to the fatherless, and to the wi.
27. 19 that perverteth the judgment of the. .w.
2 Sa. 14. 5 she answered, I (am) indeed a widow wo.
i Ki. 7. 14 He (was) a widow s son of the tribe of N.
ii. 26 whose mother s name (was) Zeruah, a wi.
17. 9 I have commanded a widow woman there
17. 10 the widow woman (was) there gathering
17. 20 hast thou also brought evil upon the wid.
Job 22. 9 Thou hast sent widows away empty, and
24. 3 They drive away . .they take the widow s
24. 21 beareth not, and doeth not good to the w.
27. 15 shall be buried in death ; and his widows
29. 13 caused the widow s heart to sing for joy
31. 16 have caused the eyes of the widow to fail
Psa. 68. 5 a judge of the widows, (is) God in his holy
78. 64 and their widows made no lamentation
94. 6 They slay the widow and the stranger, and
109. 9 his children be fatherless, .his wife a wi.
146. 9 The LORD . . relieveth the fatherless and w.
Prov 15. 25 but he will establish the border of the w.
Isa. i. 17 judge the fatherless, plead for the widow
i. 23 neither doth the cause of the widow come
9. 17 neither shall have mercy on .their, .wido.
10. 2 that widows may be their prey, and (that)
47. 8 I shall not sit. .a widow, neither shall I
Jer. 7. 6 (If) ye oppress not the stranger, .the wid.
15. 8 Their widows art; increased to me above
18. 21 be bereaved of their children, and (be) w.
22. 3 do no violence to the stranger . . nor the w.
49. ii I will preserve, .and let thy widows trust
Lam. i. i (how) is she become as a widow, she (that
5. 3 We are orphans . . our mothers (are) as w.
Eze. 22. 7 they vexed the fatherless and the widow
22. 25 they have made her many widows in the
44. 22 Neither, .a widow, .or a widow that had
Zech. 7. 10 oppress not the widow, nor the fatherless
Mai. 3. 5 oppress the hireling in. .wages, the wid.
3. Widmvhood, silence, rnipVN almanuth.
Oen. 38. 14 she put her widow s garments off from her
38. 19 and put on the garments of her widowh.
2 Sa. 20. 3 unto the day of their death, living in wi.
Isa. 54. 4 shalt.. remember the reproach of thy wi.
.A widoiv, one bereaved, x^>Pa chera.
Matt23. 14 [Woe unto, .hypocrites, for ye devour w.]
Mark 12. 40 Which devour widows houses, and for a
12. 42 there came a certain poor widow, and she
12. 43 Verily I say unto you, That this poor wi.
Luke 2. 37 she (was) a widow of about fourscore and
4. 25 But I tell you of a truth, many widows
4. 26 was Elias sent., save., a woman., a widow
7. 12 only son of his mother, and she was a w.
1 8. 3 there was a widow in that city, and she
18. 5 Yet because this widow troubleth me, I
20. 47 Which devour widows houses, and for a
21. 2 he saw also a certain poor widow casting
21. 3 Of a truth I say unto you. .this poor wid.
Acts 6. i because their widows were neglected in
9. 39 all the widows stood by him weeping, and
9. 41 when he had called the saints and widows
i Co. 7. 8 I say therefore to the unmarried and wi.
i Ti. 5. 3 Honour widows that are widows indeed
5. 4 But if any widow have children or neph.
5. 5 Now she that is a widow indeed, and de.
5. 9 Let not a widow be taken into the numb.
5. ii But the younger widows refuse: for when
5. 16 If any man. .that believeth have widows
5. 16 that it may relieve them that are widows
Jas. i. 27 To visit the fatherless and widows in th.
Rev. 18. 7 I sit a queen, and am no widow, and sha.
WIFE, wives
1. Woman, a wife, female, n^N ishshah.
Gen. 2. 24 Therefore shall aman. .cleave untohisw.
2. 25 they were both naked, the man and his w.
3. 8 Adam and his wife h?d themselves from
3. 17 hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife
3. 20 Adam called his wife s name Eve; because
3. 21 Unto Adam also and to his wife did the
4. i Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conce.
4. 17 Cain knew his wife; and she conceived
4. 25 Adam knew his wife again; and she bare
6. 1 8 thou, and thy sons, and thy wife, and thy
7. 7 Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife
7. 13 the sons of Noah, and Noah s wife, and the
8. 16 thou, and thy wife, and thy sous, and thy
8. 18 Noah went forth, and his sons, and his w.
ii. 29 took, .wives. . Abram s wife. .Nahor s wife
11. siTerahtook Abram. .son Abram swife, and
12. 5 Abram took Sarai his wife, and Lot his b.
12. ii he said unto Sarai his wife, Behold now
12. 12 the Egyptians, .shall say, This (is) his w.
12. 17 plagues because of Sarai, Abram s wife
12. 18 why didst thou not tell, .she (was) thy w.
12. 19 her. .to wife: now therefore behold thy w.
12. 20 they sent him away, and his wife, and all
13. i he, and his wife and all that he had, and
16. i Sarai, Abram s wife, bare him no children
16. 3 Abram s wife, .gave her to be his wife
17. 15 As for Sarai thy wife, thou shalt not call
17. 19 Sarah thy wife shall bear thee a son ind.
18. gtheysaid unto him, Where (is) Sarah thy w.
18. 10 and, lo, Sarah thy wife shall have a son
19. 15 Arise, take thy wife, and thy two daughters
19. 16 men laid hold, .upon the hand of his wife
19. 26 his wife looked back from behind him
20. 2 Abraham said of Sarah his wife, She (is)
20. 7 restore the man (his) wife ; for he (is) a pr
20. ii and they will slay me for my wife s sake
20. 12 yet. .my sister, .and she became my wife
20. 14 Abimelech. restored him Sarah his wife
20. 17 God healed Abimelech, and his wife, and
20. 18 closed up., becauseof Sarah, Abraham sw.
21.21 his mother took him a wife out of the land
23. 19 Abraham buried Sarah his wife in theca.
24. 3 that thou shalt not take a wife unto my
24. 4 shalt go.. to my kindred, and take a wife
24. 7 thou shalt take a wife unto my son from
24. 15 Milcah, the wife of Nahor, Abraham s br.
24. 36 Sarah my master s wife bare a son to my
24. 37 Thou shalt not take a wife to my son of
24. 38 thou shalt go.. and take a wife unto myson
24. 40 thou shalt take a wife for my son of my
24. 51 Rebekah..let her be thy master s son s w.
24. 67 took Rebekah, and she became his wife
25. i again Abraham took a wife, and her name
25. 10 was Abraham buried, and Sarah his wife
25. 20 Isaac was..when he took Rebekah to wife
25. 21 entreated. .for his wife. .and.. his wife con.
26. 7 themenof the place asked..of his wife, and
26. 7 for he feared to say, (She is) my wife, lest
26. 8 Isaac (was) sporting with Rebekah his w.
Gen. 26. 9 said, Behold, of a surety she (is) thy wife
26. 10 one.. might lightly have lien with thy wife
26. 1 1 He that toucheth this man or his wife sh.
26. 34 E. was forty years old when he took to w.
27. 46 if Jacob take a wife of the daughters of
28. i, 6 Thou shalt not take a wife of the dau.
28. 2 take thee a wife from thence of the daug.
28. 6 Isaac., sent him away.. to take him a wife
28. 9 took unto the wives. .Mahalath.. to., wife
29. 21 Give. .my wife, for my days are fulfilled
ag. 28 he gave him Rachel his daughter to wife
30. 4 she gave him Bilhah her handmaid to wife
30. 9 she took Zilpah..and gave her Jacob to w.
34. 4 spake.. saying, Get me this damsel to wife
34. 8 saying.. I pray you give her him to wife
34. 12 ask., dowry., but give me the damsel to w.
361 10 Adah the wife of Esau..B. the wife of Eg.
36. 12 these (were) the sons of Adah, Esau s wile
36. 13, 17 the sons of Bashcmath, Esau s wife
36. 14 Anah the daughter of Zibeon, Esau s wife
36. 1 8 wife, .the daughter of Anah, Esau s wife
36. 39 his wife s name (was) Mehetabel, the da.
38. 6 Judah took a wife for Er his first born
38. 8 Go in unto thy brother s wife, and marry
38. 9 when he went in unto his brother s wife
38. 12 the daughter of Shuah, Judah s wife, died
38. 14 and she was not given unto him to wife
39. 7 his master s wife cast her eyes upon Joseph
39. 8 refused, and said unto his master s wile
39. 9 but thee, because thou (art) his wife
39. 19 his masterheard the words of his wife, wh.
41. 45 he gave him to wife Asenath the daughter
44. 27 Ye know that my wife bare me two (sons)
46. 19 The sons of Rachel, Jacob s wife; Joseph
49. 31 Sarah his wife. .Isaac and Rebekah his w.
Exod. 4. 20 Moses took his wife and his sons, and set
fi. 20 Amram took, .his father s sister to wife
6. 23 Aaron took him Elisheba. .to wife
6. 25 (one) of the daughters of Putiel to wife
jS. 2 Jethro. .took Zipporah, Moses wife, after
18. 5 Jethro. .came with his sous and his wife
1 8. 6 and thy wife, and her two sons with her
19. 15 Be ready, .come not at (your) wives
20. 17 thou shalt not covet thy neighbour s wife
21. 3 if he were married, then his wife shall go
21. 4 given him a wife, .the wife and her chil.
21. 5 I love my master, my wife, and my child.
22. 16 he shall surely endow her to be his wife
Lev. 18. 8 The nakedness of thy father s wife shalt
18. ii The nakedness of thy father s wife s dau.
18. 14 thou shalt not approach to his wife, she
18. 15 she (is) thy son s wife; thou shalt not unc.
1 3. 16 the nakedness of thy brother s wife: it (is)
18. 18 Neither shalt thou take a wife to hersist.
1 3. 20 not lie carnally with thy neighbour s wife
20. 10 (another) man s wife, .his neighbour s wife
20. 1 1 the man that lieth with his father s wife
20. 14 if a man take a wife and her mother, it
20. 21 if a man shall take his brother s wife, it
21. 7 They shall not take a wife (that is) a who.
21. 13 And he shall take a wife in her virginity
21. 14 but he shall take a virgin, .to wife
Num. 5. 12 If any man s wife go aside, and commit
5. 14 jealous of his wife, .jealous of his wife
5. 15 Then shall the man bring his wife unto
5. 29 when a wife goeth aside (to another) ins
5. 30 he be jealous over his wife, and shall set
26. 59 the name of Amram s wife(was) Jochebed
30. 16 between a man and his wife, between the
36. 8 shall be wife unto one of. the family of the
Deut. 5. 21 shalt thou desire thj neighbour s wife, ne.
1 3. 6 thy daughter, or the wife of thy bosom, or
20. 7 what man . .hath betrothed a wife, and ha.
21. ii that thou wouldest have her to thy wife
21. 13 her husband, and she shall be thy wife
22. 13 If any man take a wife, and go in unto her
22. 16 I gave my daughter unto this man to wife
22. 19 she shall be his wife; he may not put her
22. 24 he hath humbled his neighbour s wife
22. 29 she shall be his wife ; because he hath hu.
22. 30 A man shall not take his father s wife, nor
24. i When a man hath taken a wife, and mar.
24. 3 husband die, which took her (to be) hisw.
24. 4 may not take her again to be his wife, af.
24. 5 hath taken a new wife, .cheer up his wife
25. 5 wife of the dead, .take her. .to wife
25. ii the wife of theonedrawethnearfortode.
27. 20 Cursed . . that lieth with his father s wife
26. 30 Thou shalt betroth a wife, and another m.
28. 54 toward the wife of his bosom, and toward
Josh 15. 16 to him will I give Achsah. .to wife
15. 17 gave him Achsah his daughter to wife
Judg. i. 12 to him will I give Achsah. .to wife
1.13 gave him Achsah his daughter to wife
4 the wife of Lapidoth, she judged Israel at
4. 17 to the tent of Jael the wife of Heber the
4. 21 Jael, Heber s wife, took a nail of the tent
5 24 Blessed above women shall Jael the wife
ir! 2 Gilead s wife bare him sons : and his wif.
13. 2 and his wife (was) barren, and bare not
13. ii Manoah arose, and went after his wife, and
13. 19 and Manoah and his wife looked on
13. 20 Manoah and his wife looked on (it), and
13.21 angel . . did no more appear . . to his wife
13. 22 Manoah said unto his wife, We shall sur.
13. 23 his wife said unto him, If the LORD were
14. 2 now therefore get her for me to wife
74. 3 thou goest to take a wife of the uncircu
14.15 they said unto Samson s wife, Entice thy
14. 16 Samson s wife wept before him, and said
14. 20 Samson s wife was (given) to hiscompau
15. i visited his wife . . will go in to my wife
WIFE 1054 WILD
Judg 15. 6 he had taken his wife, and given her to
ai. i give his daughter unto Benjamin to wife
21. 18 Cursed (be) he that giveth a wife to Benj.
21. 21 catch you every man his wife .of the dau.
21. 22 we reserved not to each man his wife in
Ruth i. i went to sojourn.. he, and his wife, and his
1. 2 the name of his wife Naomi, and the na.
4. 5 Ruth the Moabitess, the wife of the dead
4. 10 the wife of Mahlon. .to be my wife, to ra.
4. 13 Boaztook Ruth, and she washis wife, and
i Sa. i. 4 he gave to Peninnah his wife, and to all
1. 19 Elkanah knew Hannah his wife; and the
2. 20 Eli blessed Elkanah and his wife, and said
4. 19 Phinehas wife, was with child, (near) to be
14- 50 the name of Saul s wife (was) Ahinoam
1 8. 17 her will I give thee to wife; only be thou
18. 19 given unto Adriel the Meholathite to wi.
18. 27 Saul gave himMichal his daughter to wi.
19. ii David s wife, told him, saying, If thou s.
25. 3 Nabal, and the name of his wife Abigail
25. 14 one of the young men told. .Nabal s wife
25. 37 his wife had told him these things, that
25. 39 David sent, .to take her to him to wife
25. 40 David sent, .to take thee to him to wife
25. 42 she went after, .and became his wife
25. 44 Saul had given . . David s wife, to Phalti
27. 3 and Abigail the Carmelitess, Nabal s wife
30. 5 Abigail the wife of Nabal the Carmelite
30. 22 save to every man his wife and his child.
a Sa. 2. 2 and Abigail, Nabal s wife, the Carmelite
3. 3 Chileab, of Abigail the wife of Nabal the
3. 5 the sixth, Ithream, by Egmh, David s wife
3. 14 Deliver (me) my wife Michal, which I es.
ii. 3 (Is) not this Bath-sheba. .the wife of Uri.
ii. ii and to drink, and to lie with my wife
ii. 26 the wife of Uriah heard that Uriah her
11. 27 she became his wife, and bare him a son
12. 9 hast taken his wife (to be) thy wife, and
12. 10 the wife of Uriah the Hittiteto be thy w.
12. 15 the child that Uriah s wife bare unto Da.
12. 24 David comforted Bath-sheba his wife, and
1 Ki. 2. 17 give me Abishag theShunammite to wife
2. 21 be given to Adonijah thy brother to wife
4. 1 1 had . . the daughter of Solomon to wife
4. 15 Basmath the daughter of Solomon to wife
Q. 1 6 a present unto his daughter, Solomon s w.
n. 19 gave him to wife the sister of his own w.
14. 2 said to his wife., the wife of Jeroboam, and
14. 4 Jeroboam s wife did so, and arose, and
14. 5 the wife of Jeroboam cometh to ask a th.
14. 6 Come in, thou wife of Jeroboam ; why fe.
14. 17 Jeroboam s wife arose, and departed, and
16. 31 he took to wife Jezebel, the daughter of
21. 5 his wife came to him, and said unto him
21. 7 his wife said unto him, Dost thou now go.
21. 25 Ahab. . whom Jezebel his wife stirred up
o Ki. 5. 2 and she waited on Naaman s wife
8. 18 the daughter of Ahab was his wife: and
14. 9 Give thy daughter to my son to wife : and
22. 14 the prophetess, th wife of Shallum the
x Ch. i. 50 his wife s name (was) Mehetabel, the da.
2. 18 Caleb, .begat (children) of Azubah (his)
2. 24 Hezron s wife, bare him Ashur the father
2. 26 Jerahmeel had also another wife, whose
2. 29 the name of the wife of Abishur (was) A.
2. 35 Sheshan. .his daughter to Jarha. .to wife
3. 3 the sixth, Ithream, by Eglah his wife
4. 1 8 his wife Jehudijah bare Jered the father
4. 19 the sons of (his) wife Hodiah.the sister of
7. 15 Machir took to wife (the sister) of Hupp.
7. 16 the wife of Machir bare a son, and she ca.
7. 23 he went in to his wife, she conceived and
8. 9 begat of Hodesh his wife, Jobab, and Zi.
8. 29 the father of Gibeon; whose wife s name
9. 35 Jehiel, whose wife s name (was)
2 Ch 8. n My wife shall not dwell in the house of
ii. 18 Rehoboam took him Mahalath. .to wife
21. 6 he had the daughter of Ahab to wife, and
22. ii the wife of Jehoiada. hid him from Ath
25. 18 Give thy daughter to my son to wife, and
34. 22 went to Huldah the prophetess, the wife
Ezra 2. 61 which took a wife of the daughters of B.
Nell. 7. 63 which took (one) of the daughters, .to w.
Esth. 5. 10 called for his friends, and Zeresh his wi.
5. 14 Then said Zeresh his wife and all his fri.
6. 13 told Zeresh his wife. .Zeresh his wife
Job 2. 9 Then said his wife unto him, Dost thou
19. 17 My breath is strange to my wife, though
31. 10 let my wife grind unto another, and let
Psa. 109. 9 children be fatherless, and his wife a wi.
128. 3 Thy wife (shall be) as a fruitful vine by
Prov. 5. 18 and rejoice with the wife of thy youth
6. 29 he that goeth in to his neighbour s wife
18. 22 (Whoso) flndeth a wife flndeth a good
19. 13 the contentions of a wife (are) a continual
19. 14 and a prudent wife (is) from the LORD
Eccl. 9. Q Live joyfully with the wife whom thou lo.
Isa. 54. 6 a wife of youth, when thou wast refused
Jer. 3. i If a man put away his wife, and she go
3. 20 (as) a wife treacherously departeth from
5. 8 one neighed after his neighbour s wife
6. 1 1 the husband with the wife shall be taken
16. 2 Thou shalt not take thee a wife, neither
Eze. 16. 32 (as) a wife that committeth adultery, (w.)
t8. 6 neither hath defiled his neighbour s wife
1 8. ii but even, .defiled his neighbour s wife
18. 15 hath not defiled his neighbour s wife
22. ii abomination with his neighbour s wife
24. 1 8 at even my wife died: and I did in the mo.
33. 26 ye defile every one his neighbour s wife
HOB. i. 2 take unto thee a wife of whoredoms and
a. a she (is) not my wife, neither (am) I her b.
Hos. 12. 12 Israel served for a wife, and for a wife he
Amos 7. 17 Thy wife shall be an harlot in the city, and
Mai. 2. 14 the wife of thy youth . . the wife of thy co.
2. 15 deal treacherously against the wife of his
2. A wife, queen, hvt? sheyal.
Dan. 5. 2, 3 his princes, his wives, and his concub.
5. 23 thy wives, and thy concubines, have drunk
Z.Lady, mistress, married woman, ~^V3 [baal],
Gen. 20. 3 for the woman, .for she (is) a man s wife
4. Women, wires, D ?*} nashim.
Gen. 4. 19 Lamech took unto him two wives: the na.
4. 23 said unto his wives, .ye wives of Lamech
6. 2 they took them wives of all which they
6. 18 thy sons, .and thy sous wives with thee
7. 7 Noah went in. .his sons wives with him
7. 13 the three wives of his sons with them, into
8. 1 6 and thy sons, and thy sons wives with thee
8. 18 Noah went, .and his sons wives with him
11. 29 Abram and Nahor took them wives, the
28. 9 took unto the wives which he had Maha.
30. 26 Give (me) my wives and my children, for
31. 17 set his sons and his wives upon camels
31. 50 shalt take (other) wives beside my daug.
32. 22 took his two wives, and his two women
34. 21 let us take their daughters to us for wives
34. 29 their wives took they captive, and spoiled
36. 2 Esau took his wives of the daughters of C.
36. 6 Esau took his wives, and his sons, and his
37. 2 with the sons of Zilpah, his father s wives
45. 19 take you wagons, .for your wives, andbri.
46. 5 their wives, in the wagons which Pharaoh
46. 26 besides Jacob s sons wives, all the souls
Exod22. 24 your wives shall be widows, and your chi.
32. 2 golden earrings, .in the ears of your wives
Numi4. 3 that our wives and our children should be
16. 27 their wives, and their sons, and their little
32. 26 Our little ones, our wives, our flocks, and
Deut. 3. 19 your wives, and your little ones, and your
17. 17 Neithershall he multiply wives to himself
21. 15 If a man have two wives, onebeloved, and
29. ii Your little ones, your wives, and thy str.
Josh. i. 14 Your wives, your little ones, and your ca.
Judg. 3. 6 they took their daughters to be their wi.
8. 30 threescore and ten. .he had many wives
21. 14 they gave them wives which they had sa.
21. 1 6 How shall we do for wives for them that
21. 1 8 we may not give them wives of our daug.
21. 23 took (them) wives, according to their nu.
Ruth i. 4 they took them wives of the women of M.
1 Sa. i. 2 he had two wives; the name of the one
25. 43 they were also both of them his wives
27. 3 David with his two wives, Ahinoam the
30. 3 their wives, and their sons, .were taken
30. 5 David s two wives were taken captives, Ah.
30. 1 8 and David rescued his two wives
2 Sa. 2. 2 David went up thither, and his two wives
5. 13 David took (him) more, .wives out of Jer.
12. 81 gave thee. .thy master s wives into thy
12. ii take thy wives, .shall lie with thy wives
19. 5 the lives of thy wives, and the lives of thy
1 Ki. ii. 3 seven hundred wives, .his wives turned
ii. 4 his wives turned away his heart after ot.
ii. 8 likewise did he for all his strange wives
20. 3 thy wives also and thy children, .the go.
20. 5 Thou shalt deliver me thy . . wives, and thy
20. 7 he sent unto me for my wives, and for my
2 Ki. 4. i there cried a certain woman of the wives
24. 15 he carried away, .the king s wives, and
1 Ch. 4. 5 Ashur the father of Tekoa had two wives
7. 4 with them . .for they had many wives and
8. 8 Shaharaim . . Hushim and Baara(were) h.w
14. 3 David took more wives at Jerusalem, and
2 Ch.n. 21 loved, .above all his wives, .eighteen wiv.
11. 23 dispersed. .And he desired many wives
13. 21 Abijah waxed mighty, and married, .wiv.
20. 13 Judah. .with their little ones, their wives
21. 14 will the LORD smite, .thy wives, and all
21. 17 carried away, .hissonsalso, and his wives
24. 3 Jehoiada took for him two wives, and he
29. 9 and our wives (are) in captivity for this
31. 18 genealogy of all their little ones, their w.
Ezra 10. 2 We have, .taken strange wives of the pe.
10. 3 make a covenant, .to put away all the w.
10. 10 Ye have, .taken strange wives, to increase
10. ii separate yourselves, .from the strange w.
10. 14 let all them which have taken strange w.
10. 17 all the men that had taken strange wives
10. 1 8 there were found that had taken strange w
10. 19 that they would putaway their wives, and
10. 44 had taken strange wives, .(some), .had w.
Neh. 4. 14 yoursons. and your daughters, your wives
5. i a great cry of the people, and of their wi
10. 28 their wives, their sons, and their danght.
12. 43 the wives also and the children rejoiced
13. 23 Jews (that) had married wives of Ashdod
13. 27 to transgress, .in marrying strange wives
Esth. i. 20 all the wives shall give to their husbands
Isa. 13. 16 their houses shall be spoiled, and their w.
Jer. 6. 12 (with their) fields and wives together, for
8. 10 Therefore will I give their wives unto ot.
14. 16 them, their wives, nor their sons, nor th.
18. 21 let their wives be bereaved of their chil.
19. 6 Take ye wives, and. .take wives for your
29. 23 adultery with their neighbours wives and
35. 8 to drink no wine all our days, we, our w.
38. 23 So they shall bring out all thy wives and
44. 9 the wickedness of their wives.. of your w.
44. 15 all the men which knew that their wives
44. 25 Ye and /our wives have both spoken with
Eze. 44. 22 Neither, .they take for their wives a wid.
Zech.i2. 12, 12, 13, 13, 14 and their wives apart
5. Women, wives, |T} nashin.
Dan. 6. 24 cast, .them, their children, and their wi.
Q.Belonying to a woman, yvvaiKtlos gunaikeios.
i Pe. 3. 7 giving honour unto the wife, as unto the
7. A woman, ivife, ywfi gune.
Matt. i. 20 fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife
i. 24 Joseph, being raised, .took unto him his w.
5. 31, 32 whosoever shall put away his wife
14. 3 Herodias sake, his brother Philip s wife
1 8. 25 commanded him to be sold, and his wife
19. 3 Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife
19. 5 For this . . shall a man . . cleave to his wife
19. 8 Moses . . suffered you to put away your w.
19. 9 whosoever shall put away his wife, exce.
19. 10 If the case of the man be so with (his)w.
19. 29 every one that hath forsaken, .[wife], or
22. 24 his brother shall marry his wife, and raise
22. 25 deceased, and, having no issue, left his w.
22. 28 whose wife shall she be of the seven? for
27. 19 When he was set down, .his wife sent unto
Mark 6. 1 7 for Herodias sake, his brother Philip s w.
6. 1 8 It is not lawful, .to have thy brother s w.
10. 2 Is it lawful for a man to put away (his) w.?
10. 7 For this . . shall a man . . cleave to his wife
10. ii Whosoever shall put. away his wife, and
10. 29 There ia no man that hath left, .[wife], or
12. 19 If a man s brother die, and leave (his) w.
12. 19 his brother should take his wife, and raise
12. 20 the first took a wife, and dying left no seed
12. 23 whose wife, .for the seven had her to wife?
Luke i. 5 his wife (was) of the daughters of Aaron
1.13 thy wife Elisabeth shall bear thee a son
i. 18 I am an old man, and my wife well stric.
1. 24 after those days his wife Elisabeth cone.
2. 5 To be taxed with Mary his espoused [wife]
3. 19 for Herodias his brother Philip s wife, and
8. 3 Joanna the wife of Chuza Herod s steward
14. 20 I have married a wife, and. .1 cannot come
14. 26 any. .come to me, and hate not his. .wife
16. 18 Whosoever putteth away his wife, and ma.
17. 32 Remember Lot s wife
1 8. 29 There is no man that hath left, .wife, or
20. 28 die, having a wife . . should take his wife
20. 29 the first took a wife, and died without ch.
20. 30 [the second took her to wife, and he died]
20. 33 wife, .is she? for seven had her to wife
Acts 5. i a certain man . . with Sapphira his wife
5. 2 kept back, .of the price, his wife also be.
5. 7 his wife, not knowing what was done, ca.
1 8. 2 a certain Jew named Aquila. .with his w.
21. 5 they all brought us on our way, with wives
24. 24 when Felix came with his wife Drusilla
i Co. 5. i that one should have his father s wife
7. 2 let every man have his own wife, and let
7. 3 render unto the wife, .likewise also the w.
7. 4 The wife hath notpower of her own body
7. 4 not power of hie own body, but the wife
7. 10 Let not the wife depart from (her) husband
7. n let not the husband put away (his) wife
7. 12 If any brother hath a wife that belieyeth
7. 14 sanctified by the wife, and the. .wife is
7. 16 wife, .whether thou shalt save (thy) wife!
7. 27 Art thou bound unto a wife ? seek not to
7. 27 Art thou loosed from a wife? seek, .a wi.
7. 29 that both they that have vives be as tho.
7. 33 married careth. .how he may piease. . wi.
7. 34 There is a difference, .between a wife and
7. 39 The wife is bound by the law as long as
9. 5 Have we not power to lead about, .a wife
Eph. 5. 22 Wives, submit yourselves unto your
5. 23 For the husband is the head of the wife
5. 24 so (let) the wives (be) to their own husb.
5. 25 Husbands, "love your wives, even as Chr.
5. 28 So ought men to love their wives as their
5. 28 He that loveth his wife loveth himself
5. 31 shall be joined unto his wife, and they
5. 33 let every one. .so love his wife even as
5. 33 the wife. .that she reverence (her) husband
Col. 3. 18 Wives, submit yourselves nnto your own
3. 19 Husbands, love (your) wives, and be not
i TL 3. 2 bishop, .must be. .the husband of one w.
3. ii Even so (must their) wives (be) grave, not
3. 12 the deacons be the husbands of one wife
5. 9 awidow. .having been the wife of one man
Titus i. 6 the husband of one wife, having faithful
i Pe. 3. i wives, .by the conversation of the wives
Rev. 19. 7 the Lamb . . his wife hath made herself re.
21. 9 I will show thee the bride, the Lamb s wife
[See also Brother s wife, married wife, uncle s wife.]
WIFE S mother
A wife t mother, irfvBtpd penthera.
Matt. 8. 14 he saw his wife s mother laid, and sick of
Mark i. 30 Simon s wife s mother lay sick of a fever
Luke 4. 38 Simon s wife s mother was taken with a
WIVES (old)
Belonging to an old woman, ypawSris gramles.
1 Ti. 4. 7 refuse profane and old wives fables, and
WILD
I.A wild ass, free, JOB pere.
Gen. 16. 12 he will be a wild man ; his hand.. against
2. Level place., field, land, rriy sadeh.
Lev. 26. 22 I will also send wild beastsamongyou.whi.
2 Ra. a. 18 and Asahel.. light of foot as a wild roe
2 Ki. 4. 39 found a wild vine, and gathered, .wild go.
WILD 1055 WILDERNESS
2 Ki. 14. 9 there passed by a wild beast that (was) in
2 Ch.25. 18 there passed by a wild beast that (was) in
Job 39. 15 forgetteth..that the wild beast may break
Hos. 13. 8 I will meet them.. the wild beast shall te.
^.Belonging to the field, byptos agrios.
Matt. 3. 4 John..hismeatwaslocustsandwildhoncy
Mark i. 6 John.. he did eat locusts and wild honey
{See also Ass, beast, bull, goats, grapes, olive tree, ox.]
WILD beast (of the desert or islands), goat
1. Inhabitants of islands (sea shores), o^N iyyim.
Isa. 13. 22 the wild beasts of the islands shall cry
34. 14 the wild beasts of the islands, and the satyr
Jer. 50. 39 with the wild beasts of the islands
2. Wild goat or roe, ipK aqqo.
Deuti4. 5 The hart, and the roebuck., and the wild g.
3. Wild beast, rt ziz.
Psa. 50. ii and the wild beasts of the field (are) mine
80. 13 the wild beast of the field doth devour it
4.Inhabitants ofthe dry places, D* * tsiyyim.
lea. 13. 21 wild beasts of the desert shall lie there
34. 14 The wild beasts of the desert shall also
J er. 50. 39 Therefore the wild beasts of the desert
WILDERNESS
1.A wilderness, pasture land, 1J"!P fix erets midbar.
Prov2i. 19 better to dwell in the wilderness, than wi.
2.Jeshimon, a desolate place, pD tfj yeshimon.
Deut 32. 10 found him. .in the waste howling wilde.
Psa. 68. 7 when thou didst march through the wil.
3. A wilderness desert, pasture land, i*np midbar,
Gen. 14. 6 unto El paran, which (is) by the wildern.
16. 7 found her by a fountain of water in the w.
21. 14 departed, and wandered in the wilderness
21. 20 dwelt in the wilderness, and became an
21. 21 And he dwelt in the wilderness of Paran
36. 24 Anah that found the mules in the wilde.
37. 22 cast him into this pit that (is) in the wil.
Exod. 3. 1 8 three days journey into the wilderness
4. 27 into the wilderness to meet Meses. And
5. i may hold a feast unto me in the wildern.
7. 16 that they may serve me in the wilderness
8. 27 will go three days journey into the wild.
8. 28 sacrifice to the LORD your God in the wi.
13. 1 8 the way of the wilderness of the .Red sea
13. 20 encamped in Etham, in the edge of the w.
14. 3 They (are) entangled in the land, the wi.
14. ii hast thou taken us away to die inthewi.
14. 12 than that we should die in the wilderness
15. 22 into the wilderness, .three days in the w
16. i came unto the wilderness of Sin, which
16. 2 murmured against Moses, .in the wilder.
16. 3 ye have brought us forth into this wilde.
16. 10 that they looked toward the wilderness
16. 14 upon the face of the wilderness (there lay)
16. 32 bread wherewith I have fed you in the w.
17. i journeyedfromthewildernessof Sin, after
18. 5 came with his sons, .into the wilderness
19. i same day came they (into) the wilderness
19 2 had pitched in the wilderness : and there
lev. 7. 38 to offer their oblations . . in the wilderness
16. 10 let him go for a scape goat into the wild.
16. 21 by the hand of a fit man into the wilder
16. 22 and he shall let go the goat in the wilde
Num i. i spake unto Moses in the wilderness of S
i. 19 so he numbered them in the wilderness
3. 4 offered strange fire, in the wilderness of
3. 14 LORD spake unto Moses in the wilderness
9. i LORD spake unto Moses in the wilderness
9. 5 in the wilderness of Sinai : according to
10. 12 their journeys out of the wilderness of S
10. 12 the cloud rested in the wilderness of Par.
10. 31 knowest how we are to encamp in the w.
12. 16 people . .pitched in the wilderness of Par.
13. 3 sent them from the wilderness of Paran
13. 21 searched the land from the wilderness of
13. 26 unto the wilderness of Paran, to Kadesh
14. 2 or would God we had died in this wilder
14. 16 therefore he hath slain them in the wild.
14. 22 my miracles which I did . .in the wilder
14. 25 get you into the wilderness by the way of
14. 29 Your carcases shall fall in this wilderness
14. 32 your carcases, they shall fall in this wild.
14. 33 your children shall wander in the wilder
14. 33 until your carcases be wasted in the wil.
14. 35 in this wilderness they shall be consumed
15. 32 while the children of Israel were in the w.
16. 13 to kill us in the wilderness, except thou
20. 4 congregation of the LORD into this wild
21. 5 brought, .out of Egypt to die in the wi ?
21. ii in the wilderness which (is) before Moab
21. 13 which (is) in the wilderness that cometh
21. 18 And from the wilderness (they went) to
21. 23 and went out against Israel into the wil.
24. i but he set his face toward the wilderness
26. 64 they numbered the children. .in the wild.
26. 65 They shall surely die in the wilderness
27. 3 Our father died in the wilderness, and he
27. 14 water of Meribah in Kadesh in the wild.
32. 13 made them wander in the wilderness forty
32. 15 he will yet again leave them in the wild.
33. 6 pitched in Etham. .in the edge of the w.
33. 8 through the midst of the sea into the w.
33. 8 went three days journey in the wilderness
33. ii removed..and encamped in the wilderness
33. 12 took their journey out of the wilderness
33. 15 departed, .and pitched in the wilderness
33- 36 Pitched in the wilderness of Zin, which
34. 3 south quarter shall be from the wildem.
Deut. i. i all Israel on this side Jordan in the wild,
x. 19 through all that great and terrible wilde.
i. 31 in the wilderness, where tbon hast seen
1. 40 take your journey into the wilderness by
2. i took our journey into the wilderness by
2. 7 knoweth thy walkingthrough this great w.
2. 8 passed by the way of the wilderness of Mo.
2. 26 sent messengers out of the wilderness of
4. 43 Bezer in the wilderness, in the plain cou.
8. 2 God led thee these forty years in the wil.
8. 15 led thee through that great, .terrible wil.
8. 16 Who fed thee in the wilderness with ma.
9. 7 provokedst the LORD, .to wrath in the wil.
9. 28 brought them out to slay them in the wi.
ii. 5 what he did unto you in the wilderness
ii. 24 from the wilderness and Lebanon, from
5 I have led you forty years in the wildern.
51 waters of Meribah-Kadesh, in the wilder.
4 From the wilderness and this Lebanon, ev.
4 died in the wilderness by the way, after
5 all the people (that were) born in the wil.
6 walked forty years in the wilderness, till
1 5 before them, and fled by the way of the w.
20 people that fled to the wilderness turned
24 in thewilderness wherein they chased them
8 and in the wilderness, and in the south
10 wandered in the wilderness : and now, lo
i to the border of Edom the wilderness of
61 In the wilderness, Beth-arabah, Middin
i to the wilderness that goeth up from Jer.
12 goings out thereof were at the wilderness
8 they assigned Bezer in the wilderness upon
7 and ye dwelt in the wilderness a long sea.
16 with the children of Judah into the wild.
7 tear your flesh with the thorns of the wi.
16 thorns of the wilderness and briers, and
1 6 walked through the wilderness unto the
18 Then they went along through the wilde.
22 and from the wilderness even unto Jord.
42 unto the way of the wilderness ; but the
45 turned and fled toward the wilderness un.
47 turned and fled to the wilderness unto the
8 that smote the Egyptians, .in the wildern.
1 8 to the valley of Zeboim toward the wilde.
28 hast thou left those few sheep in the wil.
14 David abode in the wilderness in strong
14 remained in a mountain in the wilderness
15 David (was) in the wilderness of Ziph in
24 David and his men (were)in the wilderness
25 came down into a rpck.and abode in the w.
25 pursued after David in the wilderness of
i Behold, David (is) in the wilderness of E.
1 and went down to the wilderness of Paran
4 David heard in the wilderness that Nabal
14 David sent messengers out of the wildern.
21 kept all that this (fellow)hath in the wil.
2 Saul arose, and went down to the wilder.
2 with him, to seek David in the wilderness
3 but David abode in the wilderness; and he
3 that Saul came after him into the wilder.
24 before Giah by the way of the wilderness
15. 23 passed over, toward the way of the wild.
15. 28 See, I will tarry in the plain of the wild.
16. 2 such as be faint in the wilderness may dr.
17. 16 Lodge not this night in the plains of the
17. 29 hungry, and weary, and thirsty, inthewi.
1 Ki. 2. 34 he was buried in his own house in the wi.
9. 18 Baalath, and Tadmor in the wilderness
19. 4 he himself went a day s journey into the w.
19. 15 return on thy way to the wMde.ruess of D.
2 Ki. 3. 8 The way through the wilderness of Edom
1 Ch. 5. 9 unto the entering in of the wilderness from
6. 78 Bezer in the wilderness with her suburbs
12. 8 into the hold to the wilderness men of m.
21. 29 which Moses made in the wilderness, and
2 Ch. i. 3 servant of the LORD had made in the wil.
8. 4 built Tadmor in the wilderness, and all
20. 1 6 end of the brook, before the wilderness
20. 20 went forth into the wilderness of Tekoa
20. 24 came toward the watch tower in the wil.
24. 9 servant of God (laid) upon Israel in the w.
Neh. 9. 19 forsookest them not in the wilderness, the
9. 21 forty years didst . . sustain them im the wi.
Job i. 19 there came a great wind from the wilder.
38. 26 (on) the wilderness, wherein (there is) no
Psa. 29. 8 wilderness; the LORD shaketh the wilder.
55. 7 wander far off, ^and) remain in the wild.
63. title. Psalm of David, when he was in the wi.
65. 12 They drop (upon) the pastures of the wi.
78. 15 He clave the rocks in the wilderness, and
78. 19 said, Can God furnish a table in the wild.?
78. 40 How oft did they provoke him in the wi.
78. 52 and guided them in the wilderness like a
95. 8 as (in) the day of temptation in the wild.
102. 6 I am like a pelican of the wilderness, I
106. 9 through the depths, as through the wild.
106. 14 lusted exceedingly in the wilderness, and
106. 26 against them, to overthrow them in the w.
107. 4 They wandered in the wilderness in a sol.
107. 33 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, and
107. 35 He turneth the wilderness into a standing
136. 16 him which led his people through the w.
Prov.2i. 19 better to dwell in the wilderness, than w.
Song 3 . 6 Who (is) this that cometh out of the wil.
8. 5 Who (is) this that cometh up from the w.
Isa. 14. 17 made the world as a wilderness, anddes.
1 6. i ruler of the land from Sela to the wilde.
1 6. 8 they wandered (through) the wilderness
27. 10 habitation forsaken, and left like a wild.
32. 15 wilderness be a fruitful field, and the fr.
32. 16 Then judgment shall dwell in the wilder.
35. i The wilderness and the solitary place sh.
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Isa. 35. 6 for in the wilderness shall waters breaic
40. 3 The voice of him that crieth in the wilu.
41. 18 I will make the wilderness a pool of w/v
4:. 19 I will plant in the wilderness the cedar
42. 1 1 Let the wilderness and the cities thereof
43. 19 I will even make a way in the wildenieRt
43. 20 because I give waters in the wilderness
50. 2 I dry up the sea, I make the rivers a wild.
51. 3 will make her wilderness like Eden, and
63. 13 through the deep, as an horse in the wil.
64. 10 holy cities are a wilderness, Zion is a wi.
Jer. 2 . 2 when thou wentest after me in the wild.
2. 6 led us through the wilderness, through a
2. 24 A wild ass used to the wilderness, (that) sn.
2. 31 Have I been a wilderness unto Israel? a
3. 2 sat for them, as the Arabian in the wilde.
4. 1 1 A dry wind of the high places in the wild.
4. 26 fruitful place (was) a wilderness, and all
9. 2 Oh that I had in the wilderness a lodging
9. 10 for the habitations of the wilderness a la.
9. 12 land perisheth (and) is burnt up like a w.
9. 26 utmost corners, that dwell in the wilder.
12. 10 made my pleasant portion a desolate wil.
12. 12 come upon all high places through the w.
13. 24 that passeth away by the wind of the wil.
17. 6 inhabit the parched places in the wilder.
22. 6 surely I will make thee a wilderness, (and)
23. 10 pleasant places of the wilderness are dri.
31. 2 the people, .found grace in the wilderness
48. 6 Flee, .and be like the heath in the wilder.
50. 12 hindermost of the nations (shall be) a wi.
Lam. 4. 3 cruel, like the ostriches in the wilderness
4. 19 mountains, they laid wait for us in the w.
5. 9 our lives because of the sword of the wiL
Eze. 6. 14 more desolate than thewilderness toward
19. 13 now she (is) planted in the wilderness, in
20. 10 Wherefore I..brought them into the wil.
20. 13 rebelled against me in the wilderness, the.
20. 13 pour out my fury upon them in the wild.
20. 15 lifted up my hand unto them in the wild.
20. 17 did I make an end of them in the wilder.
20. 18 But I said unto their children in the wil.
20. 21 my anger against them in the wilderness
20. 23 lifted up mine hand. .in the wilderness, th.
20. 35 I will bring you into the wilderness of the
20. 36 I pleaded with your fathers in the wilde.
23. 42 brought Sabeans from thewilderness, wh.
29. 5 I will leave thee (thrown) into the wilder.
34. 25 and they shall dwell safely in the wilder.
Hos. 2. 3 make her as a wilderness, and set her like
2. 14 bring her into the wilderness, and speak
9. 10 I found Israel like grapes in the wildern.
13. 5 I did know thee in the wilderness, in the
13. 15 of the LORD shall come up from the wild.
Joel i. 19, 20 hath devoured the pastures of the wi.
2. 3 behind them a desolate wilderness ; yea
2. 22 for the pastures of the wilderness do spr.
3. 19 Edom shall be a desolate wilderness, for
Amos 2. 10 led you forty years through the wilderness
5. 25 sacrifices and offerings in the wilderness
Zeph. 2. 13 Nineveh a desolation, (and) dry like a wi.
Mai. i. 3 heritage waste for the dragons of the wil.
4.A plain, obscure or unknown place, nyiy. arabah.
Job 24. 5 wilderness (yieldeth) food for them (and)
39. 6 Whose house I have made the wilderness
Isa. 33. 9 Sharon is like a wilderness ; and Bashan
Jer. 51. 43 Her cities are a desolation. .and a wilder.
Amos 6. 14 entering in..unto the river of the wilder
5.A dry place, n;v tsiyyah.
Job 30. 3 fleeing into the wilderness in former time
Psa. 78. 17 by provoking the Most High in the wild.
6. Ruin, desert, ^nn tohu.
Job 12. 24 causeth them to wander in a wilderness
Psa. 107. 40 causeth them to wander in the wilderness
7. A desert, desolate place, jprj/xio eremia.
Mattis. 33 we havve so much bread in the wilderness
Mark 8. 4 these (men) with bread here in the wild.?
2 Co. 1 1. 26 perils in the wilderness, (in) perils hi the
^.Deserted, desolate (place), eprinos eremos.
Matt. 3. i John the Baptist, preaching in the wild.
3. 3 The voice of one crying in the wilderness
4. i Jesus led up of the spirit into the wilder,
ii. 7 What went ye out into the wilderness to
Mark i. 3 voice of one crying in the wilderness, Pr.
i. 4 John did baptize in the wilderness, and
1. 12 the spirit driveth him into the wilderness
i. 13 he was there in the wilderness forty days
Luke 3. 2 unto John the son of Zacharias in the wi.
3. 4 The voice of one crying in the wilderness
4. i was led by the spirit into the wilderness
5. 16 he withdrew himself into the wilderness
7. 24 What went ye out into the wilderness for
8. 29 and was driven of the devil into the wil.
15. 4 not leave the ninety and nine in tht vil.
John i. 23 I (am) the voice of one crying in the wil.
3. 14 as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wil.
6. 49 Your fathers did eat manna in the wilde.
ii. 54 thence unto a country near to the wilde.
Acts 7. 30 there appeared to him in the wilderness
7. 36 in the Red sea.and in the wilderness forty
7. 38 is he that was in the church in the wilde.
7. 42 (by the space of) forty years in the wild.
7. 44 had the tabernacle of witness in the wil.
13. 18 suffered he their manners in the wildern.
21. 38 leddest out into the wilderness four thou.
i Co. 10. 5 for they were overthrown in the wi! ier.
Heb. 3. 8 in the day of temptation in the wildern.
3. 17 sinned, whose carcases fell in the wilder.
Rev. 12. 6 woman fled into the wilderness, where
WILDERNESS 1056 WILL
Kev. 12. 14 that she might fly into the wilderness
17. 3 carried me away in the spirit into the w.
WILDERNESS, that dwell in, inhabiting the
Inhabitants of the dry places, D"* tsiyyim.
Psa. 72. 9 They that dwell in the wilderness shall
74. 14 meat to the people inhabiting the wilder.
Isa. 23. 13 founded it for them that dwell in the wi.
Wilderness of Beer-Sheba, J?3^ IN? 131?.
At the S. of Simeon.
Gen. 21. 14 she. .wandered in the wilderness of Beer-s.
Wilderness of Beth-Aven, JIN n 3 nsfO.
At the E. of Bethel and X. of Benjamin.
Josh 1 8. 12 goings out..were at the wilderness of B. A.
Wilderness of Damascus, P(?3T 131?.
Near Damascus, in Syria.
1 Ki. 19. 15 return on thy way to the wilderness of D.
Wilderness of Edom, cng 13-10.
At the S. end and E. side of Salt sea.
2 Ki. 3. 8 The way through the wilderness of E.
Wilderness of En-gedi, H3 py -1311?.
At the W. of Salt Sea, in Judah.
i Sa. 24. i Behold, David (is) in the wilderness of E.
Wilderness of Etham or of Red Sea, pD
At the E. side of W. Gulf of Red Sea.
Exod 13.18 the way of the wilderness of the Red Sea
Xum 33. 8 three days journey in the wilderness of E.
Wilderness of Gibeon. pya? 13 C.
At the W. of Gibeon in Benjamin.
2 Sa. 2. 24 hills, .by the way of the wilderness of G.
Wilderness of Jeruel, ^N T "I3"p.
At the S. of Judah.
2 Ch.2o. 16 ye shall find. . before the wilderness of J.
Wilderness of Judah, rnvv 1312.
On the extreme S. of Judah.
Judg. i. 16 into the wildernessof J.,which(lieth)in the
Psa. 63. title, when he was in the wilderness of J.
Wilderness of Kadesh, BHJ3 131?.
Xear Kadesh-barnea.
Psa. 29. 8 the LORD shaketh the wilderness of K.
Wilderness of Kedemoth, rvsip iSi1
?.
On the E. of Salt Sea, and X. of Amon.
Deut. 2. 26 messengers out of the wilderness of Ked.
Wilderness of Maon, pj?!j 131?.
On the S.W. of Salt Sea.
i Sa. 23. 24 his men (were) in the wilderness of M., in
23. 25 wherefore he. . abode in the wildernessofM.
23. 25 pursued after David in the wildernessofM.
Wilderness of Moab, axiO 13-]!?.
On the E. of Salt Sea.
Deut. 2. 8 passed by the way of the wilderness of M.
Wilderness of Paran, pN 13~U).
At the S. of Kadesh-barnea.
Gen. 21. 21 And he dwelt in the wilderness of P., and
Jt uni.io. 12 and the cloud rested in the wilderness of P.
12. 16 thepeople.. pitched in the wildernessof P.
13. 3 Moses., sent them from the wilderness of P.
13. 26 went and came, .unto the wildernessof P.
i Sa. 25. i David . . went down to the wilderness of P.
Wilderness of Shur, "fltP
13"V?.
On the E. side of W. Gulf of Red Sea.
Exod. 15. 22 they went out into the wilderness of S.
WiKernest of Sin, J p T37?. X". W. of Sinai.
Exodi6. i they.. cameuntothewildernessof S.,which
17. i Israel journeyed from the wildernessof S.
Xum33. ii they, .encamped in the wilderness of S.
33. 12 took their journey out of the wilder, of S.
Wilderness of Sinai, "J p ~>3~!P. Ar
. of Sinai.
Exodig. i same day came they (into) the wilder.ofS.
19. 2 they, .were come (to) the desert of S.,and
Lev. 7. 38 to offer, .unto the LORD, in the wild, of S.
M urn. i. i the LORD spake . . in the wilderness of Sin.
i. 19 he numbered them in the wildernessof S.
. 3. 4 Xadab and Abihu died . . in the wilder, of S.
3. 14 the LORD spake, .in the wilderness of Sin.
g. i the LORD spake, .in the wilderness of Sin.
9. 5 keptthepassover..inthe wildernessof Sin.
10. 13 took their journey outof the wilder, of S.
26. 64 numbered. .Israel in the wilderness of S.
33. 15 And they.. pitched in the wilderness of S.
33. 16 And they removed from the desert of Sin.
Wilderness of Zin, ]X 131?. S. of Salt Sea.
Num. 13. 21 from the wilderness of Z. untoRehob, as
20. i Then came . . Israel . . into the desert of Z.
27. 14 For ye rebelled, .in the desert of Z.
27. 14 water of Meribah . .in the wilderness of Z.
33. 36 And they, .pitched in the wilderness of Z.
34. 3 from the wilderness of Z. along by the co.
Deut.32. 51 ye trespassed against me. .in the wild. of Z.
Josh 15. i the wilderness of Z. southward (was) the
Wilderness of Ziph, *]
T 131?.
Between Hebron and the Salt Sea.
i Sa. 23. 14 David, .remained, .in the wilderness of Z.
23. 15 David (was) in the wilderness of Z. in a
26. 2 Saul, .went down to the wilderness of L.
ad. a to seek David in the wilderness of Z.
WILE, wilily
I.Fraud, deceit, ^^ nekel.
Xum 25. 1 8 For they vex you with their wiles, where.
2. With craftiness, subtilty, ~91V? be-ormah.
Josh. 9. 4 They did work wilily, and went and made
Z.A method, artifice, cunning, fraud, ntQoSda -5io
Eph. 6. ii ye may be able to stand against the wiles
WILFULLY
Willingly, voluntarily, iKovvius hekousios.
Heb. 10. 26 For if we sin wilfully after that we have
WILL, (would), be willing
l.Sonl, desire, irjj nephesh.
Psa. 27. 12 Deliver me not over unto the will of mine
41. 2 wilt not deliver him unto the will of his
Eze. 16. 27 delivered theeunto the will of them that
2.7"o will or wish, N3S tseba.
Dan. 4. 35 doeth according to his will in the army of
3. Thought, desire, will, niyi renth.
Ezra 7. 18 with, .the gold, that do after the will of
i. Goodwill, good pleasure, psrj ralsnn.
Gen. 49. 6 and in their self will they digged down a
Lev. i. 3 he shall offer it of his own voluntary will
19. 5 the LORD, ye shall offer it at your own w.
22. 19 at your own will a male without blemish
22. 29 offer a sacrifice, .offer (it) at your own w.
Xeh. 9. 24 that they might do with them as they wo.
Esth. 9. 5 did what they would unto those that ha.
Psa. 40. 8 I delight to do thy will, O my God, yea
143. 10 Teach me to do thy will; for thou (art)
Dan. 8. 4 but he did according to his will, and be.
ii. 3 great dominion, and do according to his w.
ii. 16 shall do according to his own will, and
11. 36 And the king shall do according to his w.
5. Counsel, purpose, jSouArj boule.
Acts 13. 36 had served his own generation by the w.
6. Counsel, purpose, ftov\i)/j.a boulema.
Rom. 9. 19 flud fault? for who hath resisted his will?
7. Mind, judgment, decision, yvu/j.T] gnome.
Rev. 17. 17 G. hath put in their hearts to fulfil his w.
8. Will, wish, 6f\rj/j.a thelema.
Matt. 6. 10 Thy will be done in earth, as (it is) in he.
7. 21 doeth the will of my Father which is in
12. 50 Forwhosoever shall do the will of my Fa.
18. 14 Even so it is not the will of your Father
21. 31 Whetherofthemtwaindidthewillof(his)
26. 42 may not pass, .except I drink it, thy will
Mark 3. 35 For whosoever shall do the will of God
Luken. 2 [Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in ea.]
12. 47 that servant, which knew his lord s will
12. 47 neither did according to his will, shall be
22. 42 nevertheless not my will, but thine, be
23. 25 desired; but he delivered Jesus totheirw.
John i. 13 norof the will of the flesh, nor of the will
4. 34 My meat is to do the will of him that sent
5. 30 seek not mine own will, but the will of the
6. 38 not to do mine own will, but the will of
6. 39 this is the Father s will which hath sent
6. 40 this is the will of him that sent me, that
7. 17 If any. .do his will, he shall know of the
9. 31 be a worshipper of God, and doeth his w.
Acts 13. 22 a man. .which shall fulfil all my will
21. 14 we ceased, saying, The will of the Lord
22. 14 that thou shouldest know his will, and
Rom. i. 10 might have a prosperous journey by the w.
2. 18 knowest(his)will,andapprovest the things
12. 2 good, and acceptable, and perfect will of
15. 32 That I may come to you with joy by the w.
1 Co. i. i apostle of Jesus Christ through the will of
7. 37 hath power over his own will, and hath so
16. 12 but his will was not at all to coi.ie at this
2 Co. i. i apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God
8. 5 to the Lord, and unto us by the will of G.
Gal. i. 4 according to tne will of God and our Fat.
Eph/ i. i apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God
i. 5 according to the good pleasure of his will
i. 9 made known unto us the mystery of his w.
i. ii all things after the counsel of his own w.
5. 17 but understanding what the will of the L.
6. 6 but as the servants of Christ, doing the w.
Col. i. i apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God
1. 9 be filled with the knowledge of his will
4. 12 stand perfect and complete in all the will
1 Th. 4. 3 For this is the will of God, (even) your sa.
5. 18 for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus
2 Ti. i. i apostle of Jesus Christ bythe will of God
2. 26 who are taken captive by him at his will
Heb. 10. 7 Then said I, Lo, I come, .to do thy will
10. 9 Then said he, Lo, I come to do thy will
10. 10 By the which will we are sanctified thro.
10. 36 after ye have done the will of God, ye mi.
13. 21 perfect in every good work to do his will
1 Pe. 2. 15 For so is the will of God, that with well
3. 17 For (it is) better, if the will of God be so
4. 2 the flesh to the lusts of men, but to the w.
4. 3 suffice us to have wrought [the will] of the
4. 19 let them that suffer according to the will
2 Pe. i. 21 prophecy came not in old time by the will
i Jo. 2. 17 he that doeth the will of God abideth for
5. 14 that if we ask anything according to hisw.
9. Will, wish, inclination, 8f\ijffif thelesis.
Heb. 2. 4 divers miracles, .according to his own w.?
[See also Good, own, self, voluntary.]
WILL (be or make) willing, willingly, to
I. To be willing, n$$ abah.
Gen. 24. 5 Peradventure the woman will not be wil.
24. 8 if the woman will not be willing to follow
Exodio. 27 hardened Pharaoh s heart, andhe would
Lev. 26. 21 if ye walk contrary to me, and will not he.
Deut. i. 26 Notwithstanding ye would not go up, but
2. 30 But Sihori king of Heshbon would not let
10. 10 time also, (and) the LORD would not dest.
23. 5 Nevertheless tne LORD thy God would not
25. 7 he will not perform the duty of my husb.
29. 20 LORD will not spare him, but then the an.
Josh. 24. 10 But I would not hearken unto Balaam,the.
Judg ii. 17 unto the king of Moab: but he would not
19. 10 But the man would not tarry that night
19. 25 But the men would not hearken to him, so
20. 13 would not hearken to the voice of their
i Sa. 15. 9 would not utterly destroy them: but every
22. 17 servants of the king would not put forth
26. 23 would not stretch forth mine hand agai.
31. 4 But his armour bearer would not; for he
a Sa. 2. 21 But Asahel would not turn aside from fo.
6. 10 So David would not remove the ark of the
12. 17 but he would not, neither did he eat bre.
13. 14 Howbeit he would not hearken unto her
13. 16 But he would not hearken unto her
13. 25 howbeit he would not go, but blessed him
14. 29 but he would not come to him: and when
14. 29 again the second time, he would not conic
23. 16 nevertheless he would not drink thereof
23. 17 therefore he would not drink it. These
1 Ki.22. 49 Let my servants go. .but Jehoshaphat wo.
2 Ki. 8. 19 Yet the LORD would not destroy Judah
13. 23 would not destroy them, neither cast he
24. 4 innocent blood, which the LORD would
1 Ch.io. 4 But his armour bearer would not ; for he
ii. 18 but David would not drink (of) it, but po.
ii. 19 Therefore he would not drink it. These
19. 19 neither would the Syrians help the child.
2 Ch.2i. 7 Howbeit the LORD would not destroy the
Job 39. 9 Will the unicorn be willing to serve thee
Psa. 81. ii But my people. .Israel would none of me
Prov. i. 25 all my counsel, and would none of my re.
i. 30 They would none of my counsel ; they de.
Isa. i. 19 If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat
28. 12 this (is) the refreshing: yet they would
30. 9 children (that) will not hear the law of
30. 15 shall be your strength ; and ye would not
42. 24 for they would not walk in his ways, nei.
Eze. 3. 7 the house of Israel will not hearken unto
3. 7 they will not hearken unto me ; for all the
20. 8 rebelled against me, and would not hear.
2.7 will be, vrg [hayr.-h].
Hos. 13. 10 I will be thy Icing: where (is any other)
13. 14 death, I will be thy plagues. .1 will be
B.To have delight, please, desire, psn chaphets.
Ruth 3. 13 if he will not do the part of a kinsman to
i Sa. 2. 25 hearkened not. .because the LORD would
Job 9. 3 If he will contend with him, he cannut
Prov 21. i water: he turneth it whithersoever he w.
4. One delighting, will, desirous, { 2n chaphets.
i Ki. 13. 33 whosoeverwould,heconsecratedhim,and
i Ch.28. 9 serve him. .with a willing mind ; for the
5. Delight, pleasure, business, f$rt chephets.
Prov 31. 13 seeketh wool and flax, and worketh will.
6. To be pleased, desirous, W; #;y<*
r
, 5.
Josh 17. 12 but the Canaanites woiiH dwell in that
Judg. i. 27 but the Canaanites \voniu dwell in that
i. 35 But the Amorites would dwell in mount
Hos. 5. ii because he willingly walked after the co.
7. To know, be acquainted with, jn; yada.
Eccl. 4. 13 foolish king, who will no more be admo.
S.From his heart, ia1
?? [leb].
Lam. 3. 33 For he doth not afflict willingly nor grieve
9. To offer willingly, make willing, 3ij nadab.
Exodzs- 2of every man that giveth it willingly with
35. 21 every one whom his spirit made willing
35. 29 whose heart made them willing to bring, f<. r
10. To offer (self) willingly, 21} nadab, 7.
1 Ch.2g. 5 who (then) is willing to consecrate his se.
II. J^illing offering or guilt, naij nedabah.
2 Ch-35. 8 his princes gave willingly unto the people
Psa. 1 10. 3 Thy people (shall be) willing in the day of
12. Willing, noble, liberal, 3-ij nadib.
Exodss- 5 whosoever (is) of a willing heart, let him
35. 22 both men and women, as many as were w.
i Ch.28. 21 every willing skilful man, for any manner
IS.Smil, desire, tfjfJ nephesh.
Deut2i. 14 then thou shalt let her go whither she will
14. To wish, will, K3!f tsebn.
Dan. 4. 17, 25, 32andivethit to whomsoever he will
5. i he appointethover it whomsoever he will
15. To give, jn; natfuni.
Judg. 8. 25 And they answered, We will willingly give
16. To wish, will, &ov\ofjM.i toulotnai.
Matt 1 1. 27 and (he) to whomsoever the son [will] re.
Markif. 15 Pilate, willing to content the people, reL
Luke 10. 22 but the Son, and (he) to whom the Son w.
22. 42 Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove.
John 1 8. 39 will ye therefore that I release unto you
Acts 18. 15 li>okye(toity, for I will be no judge of such
27. 43 But the centurion, willing to save Paul
i Co. 12. ii dividing to every man severally as he will
I Ti. 2.81 will therefore that men pray everywhere
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1 Ti. 5. 14 I will therefore that the younger women
6. 9 But they that will he rich fall into temp.
Titus 3. 8 these things I will that thou affirm const.
Heb. 6. 17 willing more abundantly to showuntothe
Jas. 4. 4 whosoever therefore will be a friend of
2 Pe. 3. 9 not willing that any should perish, but
Jude 5 I will therefore put you in remembrance
17. To become, happen, yivo/j.at yinomai.
Acts 20. 16 because lie would not spend the time iu
18. To think well, be pleased, tiiSoKtoo eudoked.
2 Co. 5. 8 willing rather to be absent from the body
i Th. 2. 8 we were willing to have imparted unto
19. Willingly,voluntarily,tcmafKouffiovkatahekous.
Phm. 14 not be as it were of necessity, but willing.
20. Willingly, voluntarily, fKova-iias hekousiOs.
i Pe. 5. 2 not by constraint, but willingly ; not for
%\. Willing, voluntary, (Kovffa hekousa.
Rom. 8 20 was made subject to vanity, not willing,
i Co. 9. 17 For if I do this thing willingly, I have a
22. To wish, will, mean, 6e\> thelo.
Matt. i. 19 willing to make her a public example, was
5. 40 if any man will sue thee at the law, and
8. 2 Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make mecl.
8. 3 touched him, saying, I will ; be thou clean
9. 13 I will have mercy and not sacrifice : for I
ii. 14 if ye will receive (it), tins is Elias, which
13. 28 Wilt thou then that we go and gather th.
15. 28 be it unto thee even as thou wilt. And her
15. 32 will not send theni away fasting, lest they
16. 24 If any (man) will come after me, let him
16. 25 For whosoever will save his life shall lose
17. 4 if thou wilt, let us make here three taber.
19. 17 but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the
19. 21 If thou wilt be perfect, go (and) sell that
20. 14 I will give unto this last even as unto th.
20. 15 Is it not lawful for me to do what I will
20. 21 said unto her, What wilt thou? She saith
20. 26 whosoever will be great among you, let
20. 27 whosoever will be chief among you, let
20. 32 and said, What will ye that I shall do unto
21. 29 said, I will not : but afterward he repen.
23. 4 will not move them with one of their fin.
26. 15 and said. .What will ye give me, and I
26. 17 Where wilt thou that we prepare forthee
26. 39 nevertheless not as I will, but as thou (w.)
27. 17 Whom will ye that I release unto you? B.
27. 43 let him deliver him now, if he will have
Mark i. 40 saying unto him, If thou wilt, thou canst
i, 41 touched him, and saith unto him, I will
(>. 22 Ask of me whatsoever thou wilt, and I
(>. 25 I will that thou give me by and by in ach.
8. 34 Whosoever will come after me, let him de.
8. 35 For whosoever will save his life shall lose
10. 43 whosoever will be great among you, shall
10. 44 whosoever of you will be the chiefest, sh.
10. 51 What wilt thou that I should dounto th.?
14. 7 whensoever ye will ye may do them good
14. 12 Where wilt thou that we go and prepare
14. 36 nevertheless not what I will, but what th.
15. 9 Will ye that I release unto you the King
15. 12 What [will ye then that] I shall do (unto
Luhe 4. 6 delivered untome; and to whomsoeverlw.
5. 12 Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make me
5. 13 touched him, saying, I will; be thou clean
9. 23 If any (man) will come after me, let him
9. 24 For whosoever will save his life shall lose
9. 54 Lord, wilt thou that we command fire to
10. 29 But he, willing to justify himself, said
12. 49 and what will I, if it be already kindled?
13. 31 Get thee out, and depart hence: forH. will
18. 41 What wilt thou that I shall dounto thee?
19. 14 We will not have this (man) to reign over
22: 9 said unto him, Where wilt thou that we
23. 20 Pilate therefore, willing to release Jesus
John 5. 6 he saith unto him,Wilt thou be made wh.?
5. 21 even so the Son quickeneth whom he w.
5- 35 ye were willing for a season to rejoice in
5. 40 ye will not come to me, that ye might ha
6. 21 Then they willingly received him
6. 67 Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ye
7. 17 If any man will do his will, he shall know
8. 44 the lusts of your father ye will do. He
9. 27 wherefore would ye hear (it) again? will
15 7 ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be
17. 24 I will that they also whom thou hast giv.
21. 22 If I will that he tarry till I come, what
21. 23 if I will that he tarry till I come, what (is Acts 7. 28 Wilt thou kill me, as thou diddest the E.
9. 6 [Lord, what wiltthouhave me to do? And]
17. 18 What will this babbler say? other some
18. 21 but I. .return again unto you, if God will
24. 27 Felix, willing to show the Jews a pleasure
25. 9 willing to do. .pleasure, .said, Wilt thou
Horn. 7. 18 for to will is present with me; but (how)
9. 16 So then (it is) not of him that|willet1i, nor
9. 18 on whom he will (have mercy), .whom he
9. 22 if God, willing to show (his) wrath, and
13. 3 Wilt thou then not be afraid of the pow.?
i Co. 4. 19 But I . . come to you shortly, if the Lord w.
4. 21 What will ye? shall I come unto you with
7 36 let him do what he will, he sinneth not
7. 39 at liberty to be married to whom she will
14 35 W they will learn any thing, let them ask
1 6. 7 For I will not see you nowby the way, but
aCo. 8. ii that as (there was) a readiness to will, so
nil. 2. 13 For it is God which worketh in you both
i Ti. 2. 4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to
5. ii to wax wnnton against Christ, they will
2 Ti. 3 . 12 all that will live godly in Christ Jesus sh.
Heb. 13. 18 good conscience, in all things willing to
Jas. 2. 20 But wilt thou know, O vain man, that fa.
4,. 15 If the Lord will, we shall live, and do this
2 Pe. 3. 5 For this they willingly are ignorant of
3 John 13 but I will not with ink and pen write unto
Rev. ii. 5, 5 And if any man will hurt them
ii. 6 to smite the earth, .as oflen as Ihey will
22. 17 whosoever will, let him take the water of
23. To be about to, fj.e\\ca mello.
Matt. 2. 13 Herod will seek Ihe young child to dest.
John 7 . 35 Whither will he go. .will he go unto the
14. 22 ; Acts 17. 31 ; 27. 10 ; Rev. 3. 16.
24.Forwardly, irpo6vp.<es prothumds, i Pe. 5. 2.
25. Yieldingly, tn<av hekon, Ro. 8. 20 ; i Co. 9. 17
2. Forward, prompt, ready, irp66vfj.os jtrothumos.
Matt 26. 41 the spirit indeed (is) willing, but the flesh
[See also Would.]
WILL worship
Worship springing from self will, i6t\oQpT}ffKeia.
Col. 2. 23 a show of wisdom in will worship and hu.
WILL, against the, of his own
I.Not willing, unwilling, O.KUIV akon.
1 Co. 9. 17 but if against my will, a dispensation .. is
2.To will, wish, fLov\6(j.ai boulomai.
Jas. 1. 1 8 Of his own will begat he us with the word
WILLING of... self
Choosing ofone^s self, avdaipfros authairetos.
2 Co. 8. 3 beyond, .power, (they were) willing of th.
WILLING mind, offering
1. Willing offering, gift, or mind, na"i} nedabah.
Exod35. 29 children of Israel brought a willing ofte.
2. Forwardness, promptitude, readiness, irpo6v/j.ia..
2 Co. 8. 12 For if there be first a willing mind, (it is)
WILLOW (tree)
I.A willow, salix tree, Q -li. arabim.
Lev. 23. 40 boughs of thick trees, and willows otthe
Job 40. 22 the willows of the brook compass him ab.
Psa.i37. 2 We hanged our harps upon the willows
Isa. 15. 7 they carry away to the brook of the will.
44. 4 among the grass, as willows by the water
2. A water willow, osier, HS^ES tsaphtsaphah.
Eze. 17. 5bygreatwaters,(and)6etit(as)awillowtree
WIMPLE
A wide covering, mantle, nngpp mitpachath.
Isa. 3. 22 mantles, and the wimples, and the crisp.
WIN, be won, to
I. To cleave, rend, yj3? baqa.
2 011.32. i encamped, .and thought to win them for
2. To take, receive, np^ laqach.
Prov ii. 30 a tree of life ; and he that winneth souls
3. To gain, KfpSaivta kerdaino.
Phil. 3. 8 do count them (but) dung, that I may w.
1 Pe. 3. i they also may without the word be won
WIND, windy
I.Wind, nri ruach.
Gen. 8. i God made a wind to pass over the earth
Exodio. 13 brought an east wind, .the east wind br.
10. 19 turned a mighty strong west wind, which
14. 21 the sea to go (back) by a strong east wind
15. 10 Thou didst blow with thy wind, the sea Xum ii. 31 there went forth a wind from the LORD
2 Sa. 22. 1 1 and he was seen upon the wings of the w. t
1 Ki. 18. 45 the heaven was black with clouds and wi.
19. ii a great and strong wind rent the mount.
19. ii not in the wind : and after the wind an
2 Ki. 3 17 Ye shall not see wind, neither shall T ye "K i. 19 there came a great wind from the wilder.
6. 26 speeches of one that is desperate, .as wi.
7. 7 remember that my life (is) wind : mine
8. 2 words of thy mouth (be like) a strong wi
15. 2 knowledge, .fill his belly with the. .wind
21. 18 They are as stubble before the wind, and
28. 25 To make the weight for the winds, and
30. 15 they pursue my soul as the wind, and my
30. 22 Thou liftest me up to the wind ; thou ca.
37. 21 but the wind passeth, and cleanseth them
i. 4 like the chaff which the wind driveth aw.
18. 10 yea, he did fly upon the wings of the wi.
18. 42 beat them small as the dust before thew.
35. 5 Let them be as chaff before the wind, and
48. 7 breakest the ships of Tarshish. .an east w.
78. 39 wind thafcpasseth away, and cometh not
83. 13 a wheel; as the stubble before the wind
103. 16 For the wind passelh over it, and itisgo.
104. 3 who walketh upon the wings of the wind
107. 25 raiseth the stormy wind, which lifteth up
135. 7 he bringeth the wind outof his treasuries
147. 18 causeth his wind to blow, (and) the wate.
148. 8 and vapours ; stormy wind fulfilling his
Prov ii. 29 troubleth his. .house shall inherit the wi.
25. 14 Whoso boasteth. .(is like) clouds and wi.
25. 23 north wind driveth away rain ; so (doth)
27. 16 Whosoever hideth her hideth the wind
30. 4 who hath gathered the wind in his fists?
Eccl. i. 6 wind goeth toward the southland Ihe w.
5. 16 profit-hath he that, .laboured for the wind
ii. 4 He thatobserveth the wind shall not sow
laa. 7. 2 trees of the wood are moved with the wi
n. 15 with his mighty wind shall he shake his
Job
Isa. 17. 13 the chaff of the mountains before the w
26. 18 we have as it were brought forth wind
27. 8 stayeth his rough wind in the day of the
32. 2 shall be as an iudingplace from the wind
41. 16 Thou shall fan them, and the wind shall
41. 29 their molten images (are) wind andconfu
57. 13 but the wind shall carry them all away
64. 6 iniquities, like the wind, have taken us
Jer. 2. 24 snuffeth up the wind at her pleasure, in
4. n A dry wind of the high places in the wil.
4. 12 full wind from those (places) shall come
5. 13 prophets shall become wind, and the wo.
10. 13 bringeth forth the wind out of his treas.
13. 24 stubble that passeth away by the wind of
14. 6 they snufi ed up the wind like dragons
18. 17 I will scatter them as with an east wind
22. 22 wind shall eat up all thy pastors, and thy
49. 32 will scatter into all winds them (that are)
49. 36 upon Elam will I bring the four winds
49. 36 and will scatter them toward all those w.
51. i raise up against Babylon . . a destroying w.
51. 16 and bringeth forth the wind out of his
Eze. 5 . 2 third part thou shall scatter in Ihe wind
5. 10 remnant of Ihee will I scalier into all the
5. 12 I will scatter a third parl into all the wi.
12. 14 will scatter toward every wind all that
13. ii great hailstones.shall fall; and a stormy w
13. 13 I will even rend (il) with a stormy wind
17. 10 utterly wither when theeast windlouch.
17. 21 lhat remain shall be scattered toward all w
19. 12 east wind dried up her fruit ; her strong
27. 26 east wind hath broken thee in the midst
37. 9 Prophesy unto the wind . . and say to the w.
37- 9 Come from the four winds, O breath, and
Dan. 2. 35 wind carried them away, that no place
7. 2 four winds of the heaven strove upon the
8. 8 four notable ones, toward the four winds
11. 4 shall be divided toward the four winds
Hos. 4. 19 The wind hath bound her up in her wings
8. 7 For they have sown the wind, and they
12. i Ephraim feedeth on wind, and followeth
13. 15 windshallcome.thewindoftheLoRDshall Amos 4. 13 createth the wind,and declareth unto man
Jon. i. 4 LORD senkout a great wind into the sea
4. 8 God prepared a vehement east wind, and
Zech. 2. 6 I have spread you abroad as the four win.
5. g wind (was) in their wings ; for they had
I.Wind, at/epos anemos.
Matt. 7. 25, 27 winds blew, and beat upon that house
8. 26 Then he arose, and rebuked the winds
8. 27 What manner of man is this, thai even
ii. 7 went..tosee? A reed shaken with the w.
14. 24 tossed with waves : for the wind was con.
14. 30 when he saw the wind boisterous, he was
14. 32 when they were come into the ship, the w.
24. 31 gather logether his elect from the four wi
Mark 4. 37 there arose a great storm of wind, and the
4. 39 rebuked the wind. .And the wind ceased
4. 41 What manner of man is this, thateven. . w.
6. 48 for the wind was contrary unto them : and
6. 51 went up unto them into the ship ; and . .w.
13. 27 gather together his elect from the four wi.
Luke 7. 24 went . . to see ? A reed shaken with the wi.?
8. 23 Ihere came down a storm of wind on the
8. 24 rebuked the windand Ihe raging oflhewa.
8. 25 for he commandelh even the winds and
John 6. 18 sea arose, by reason of a great wind that
Acts 27. 4 sailed under Cyprus, because the winds
27. 7 wind not suffering us, we sailed under C.
27. 14 there arose against it a tempestuous wind
27. 15 was caught, and could notbearupintothe
Eph. 4. 14 carried about with every wind of doctrine
Jas. 3. 4 driven of fierce winds, yet are they turned
Jude 12 carried about of winds ; trees whose fruit
Rev. 6. 13 fig tree, .she is shaken of a mighty wind
7. i four winds of the earth, that the wind sh.
Psa.
B. Spirit, irvevfj.0. pneuma.
John 3. 8 wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou
4. To blow, breathe, wveoa pneo.
Acts 27. 40 hoised up the mainsail to the wind, and
5. Wind, irvo-l] pnoe.
Acts 2. 2 a sound, .asof a rushing mighty wind, and
WIND, (about), or up, to be driven with the
1. To be or go round about, 32IJ sabab, 2.
Eze. 41. 7 a winding about still upward to the side
2. A winding about, circuit, 3p musab.
Eze. 41. 7 for the winding about of the house went
3. To bind, tie, Stca ded.
John 19. 40 wound it in linen clothes with the spices
4. To swathe, wrap together, av(TT(\\w sustello.
Acts 5. 6 young men arose, wound him up, and ca.
5.To be driven by the wind, &vtfj.l^ofjLai anemizomca,.
Jas. i. 6 like a wave of the sea driven with the wi.
WINDOW
\.A window, woven work,nyi arubbah.
Gen. 7. ii broken up, and tlie windows of heaven
8. 2 fountains also of the deep and the wind.
2 Ki. 7. 2, 19 the LORD would make windows in he.
Eccl. 12. 3 those that look out of the windows be d.
Isa. 24. 18 for the windows from on high are open,and
60. 8 as a cloud, and as the doves to their wi.?
Mai. 3. 10 if I will not open you the windows of he.
2. A window, per/orated place, pfyj challon.
Gen. 8. 6 Noah opened the window of the ark which
26. 8 looked out at a window, and saw, and, be
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WINDY 1058 WING
Josh. a. 15 let them down by a cord through the wi.
. 18 bind this line of scarlet thread in the wi.
2. 21 and she hound the scarlet line in the wi.
Judg. 5. 28 mother of Sisera looked out at a window
1 Sa. 19. 12 So Michal let David down through a wi.
2 Sa. 6. 16 looked through a window, and saw king
1 Ki. 6. 4 for the house he made windows of narrow
2 Ki. 9. 30 and tired her head, and looked out at a w.
9. 32 lifted up his faee to the window, and said
13. 17 Open the window eastward :
i Ch.is. 29 looking out at a window, saw king David
Prov. 7. 6 For at the window of my house I looked
Song 2. 9 looketh forth at the windows, showing
Jer. 9. 21 For death is come up into our windows
22. 14 cutteth hirn out windows; and (it ig) ciel.
Eze. 40. 16 narrow windows, .windows (were) round
40. 22 their windows, and their arches, and their
40. 25 windows in it. .like those windows : the
40. 29 windows in it and in the arches thereof
40. 33 windows therein, and in the arches thereof
40. 36 windows to it round about : the length
41 16 narrow windows, .up to the windows, .and
41. 26 narrow windows and palm trees on the
Joel 2. 9 they shall enter in at the windows like a
Zeph. 2. 14 voice shall sing in the windows; desolat.
3. Windows, J *3 kavvin.
Dau. 6. 10 his windows being open in his chamber
4. Bright object, ink tsuhar.
Gen. 6. 16 A window shalt thou make to the ark, and
S.Suns, battlements (?), mvy? [shemesh],
Isa. 54. 12 I will make thy windows of agates, and
6.An outlook, *-
ti$ sheqeph.
i Ki. 7. 5 doors and posts (were) square, with the w.
7. Outlooks, C 5$y shequphim.
1 Ki. 7. 4 windows (in) three rows, and light (was)
8. A little door or window, 6vpis thuris.
Acts 20. 9 there sat in awindow a certain young man
2 Co. ii. 33 through a window in a basket was I let
WINDY
Wind, nn ruach.
Psa. 55. 8 would hasten my escape from the windy
WINE, (mixed, new, red, strong, sweet, on the lees)
1.A thick, sticky syrup, ~c~ chemer.
Isa. 27. 2 In that day sing ye . . A vineyard of red w.
1.A thick, sticky (mixed] syrup, t?rr chamar.
Ezra 6. 9 wheat, salt, wine, and oil, according to
7. 22 to an hundred baths of wine, and to an
Dan. 5. i Belshazzar. .drank wine before the thou.
5. 2 Belshazzar, whiles he tasted the wine, co.
5. 4 They drank wine, and praised the gods of
5. 23 thy concubines, have drunk wine in them
3. What is pressed out, grape juice, \r. yayin.
Gen. 9. 21 he drank of the wine, and was drunken
9. 24 Noah awoke from his wine, and knew what
14. 18 Melchizedek. .brought forth bread and w.
19. 32 Come, let us make our father drink wine
19. 33, 35 they made their father drink wine that
19. 34 let us make him drink wine this night also
27. 25 and he brought him wine, and he drank
49. ii he washed his garments in wine, and his
49. 12 His eyes (shall be) red with wine, and his
Ftful ,. 40 fourth part of an hin of wine, .a drink off.
Lev. 10. 9 Do not drink wine nor strong drink, thou
23. 13 the drink offering thereof, .of wine, the
Num. 6. 3 He shall separate(himself)fromwineand
6. 3 shall drink no vinegar of wine, or vinegar
6. 20 and after that the Nazarite may drink w.
35. 5 fourth, .of an hin of wine for a drink off.
15. 7 thou shalt offer the third . . of an hin of w.
15. 10 for a drink offering half an hin of wine
28. 14 offerings shall be half an hin of wine unto
Deut 14. 26 thou shalt bestow that money, .for wine
28. 39 but shalt neither drink (of) the wine, nor
29. 6 neither have ye drunk wine or strong dri.
32. 33 Their wine (is) the poison of dragons, and
32. 38 Which. .drankthe wineof theirdrinkoffe.?
Josh. 9. 4 took old sacks upon their asses, and wine
9. 13 these bottles of wine which we filled (were)
Judg 13. 4 drink not wine nor strong drink, and eat
13. 7 and now drink no wine nor strong drink
13. 14 neither let her drink wine or strong drink
19. 19 there is bread and wine also for me, and
i Sa. 1.14 Eli said unto her .. put away thy wine from
1. 15 I have drunk neither wine nor strong dr.
1. 24 one ephah of flour, and a bottle of wine
10. 3 meet, .another carrying a bottle of wine
16. 20 with bread, and a bottle of wine, and a
35. 18 two bottles of wine, and five sheep ready
25. 37 when the wine was gone out of Nabal, and
a Sa. 13. 28 when Amnon s heart is merry with wine
16. i hundred of summerfruits. .abottle of wi.
16. 2 the wine, that such as be faint in the wi.
i Ch. 9. 29 fine flour, and the wine, and the oil, and
12. 40 wine, and oil, and oxen, and sheep abund.
27. 27 over. . the wine cellars (was) Zabdi the
3 Ch. 2. 10 twenty thousand baths of wine, and twe.
2. 15 the barley, the oil, and the wine, which
n. ii pnt. .store of victual, and of oil and wine
Neh. 2. i wine, .before him : and I took up the wi.
5. 15 had taken of them bread and wine, beside
5. 18 once in ten days store of all sorts of wine
13. 15 as also wine, grapes, and ngs, and all. .bn.
Hath. i. 7 royal wine in abundance, according to the
1. 10 the heart of tnt; king was merry with wine
5. 6 thekingBaid..atthebanquetofwine,What
7. 2 the king said. .at the banquet of wine,What
K.-th. 7. 7 arisingfrom the banquet of wine in his wr.
7. 8 returned . . into t In- ]
>hu-- < .1 . . 1 lunquet of w.
Job i. 13, 18 eating and drinking wine in their elder
32. 19 Behold, my belly (is) as wine (which) hath
Psa. 60. 3 thou hast made us to drink the wine of
75. 8 a cup, and the wine is red ; it is full of in.
78. 65 like a . . man that shouteth by reason of wi.
104. 15 wine (that) maketh glad the heart of man
Prov. 4. 17 eat the bread, .and drink the wine of vio.
9. 2 she hath mingled her wine; she hath also
9. 5 come .. drink of the wine . . I have mingled
20. i Wine (is)a mocker, strong drink (is)raging
21. 17 he that loveth wine and oil shall not be
23. 30 They that tarry long at the wine ; they
23. 31 Look not thou upon the wine when it is
31. 4 not for kings to drink wine, nor for prin.
31. 6 Give, .wine unto those that be of heavy
Eccl. 2. 3 I sought in . . heart to give myself unto w.
9. 7 Go. .and drink thy wine with a merry he.
10. 19 A feast is . . for laughter, and wine maketh
Song i. 2 Let him kiss me. .love (is) better than wi.
i. 4 we will remember thy love more than wi.
4. 10 how much better is thy love than wine
5. i I have drunk my wine with my milk : eat
7. 9 the roof of thy mouth like the best wine
8. 2 of spiced wine of the juice of my pomeg.
Isa. 5. ii continue until night, (till) wine inflame
5. 12 tabret and pipe, and wine, are in their
5. 22 Woe unto, .mighty to drink wine, and
16. 10 the treaders shall tread out no wine in
22. 13 killing sheep, eating flesh, .drinking wine
24. 9 They shall not drink wine with a song
24. 1 1 a crying for wine in the streets ; all joy
28. i valleysofthemthatareoveivomewithwine
28. 7 they also have erred through wine, and
28. 7 they are swallowed up of wine, they are
29. 9 they are drunken, but not with wine ; they
51. 21 thou afflicted, .drunken, but not with w.
55. i buy wine and milk without money, and
56. 12 Come ye. .1 will fetch wine, and we will
Jer. 13. 12, 12 Every bottle shall be filled with wine
23. 9 I am. .like a man whom wine hath over
25. 15 Take the winecup of this fury at my hand
35. 2 bring them, .and give them wine to drink
35. 5 pots full of wine . . and I said . . Drink ye w.
35. 6 will drink no wine. .Ye shall drink no wi.
35. 8 to drink no wine all our days, we, our wi.
35. 14 he commanded his sons not to drink wine
40. 10 gather ye wine, and summer fruits, and
40. 12 gathered wine and summer fruits very
48. ^3 I have caused wine to fail from the wine.
51. "7 the nations have drunken of her wine
Lam. 2. 12 to their mothers, Where (is) corn and w.?
Eze. 27. 18 Damascus(was)thy merchant, .in the wine
44. 21 Neither shall any priest drink wine when
Dan. i. 5 of the king s meat, and of the wine which
i. 8 would not defile himself, .with the wine
1. 16 took away, .the wine that they should dr.
10. 3 neither came flesh nor wine in my mouth
Hos. 4. ii Whoredom and wine, .take away the he.
7. 5 princes have made . .sick withbottles of w.
9. 4 They shall not offer wine(offerings)tothe
14. 7 the scent thereof, .as the wine of Leban.
Joel i. 5 howl,all ye drinkers of wine.because of
3. 3 sold a girl for wine, that they might drink
Amos 2. 8 they drink the wineof the condemned (in)
2. 12 ye gave the Nazarites wine to drink, and
5. ii vineyards, but ye shall not drink wine of
6. 6 That drink wine in bowls, and anoint th.
9. 14 shall plant vineyards, and drink the wine
Mic. 2. ii I will prophesy unto thee of wine and of
6. 15 thou shalt tread, .but shalt not drink wi.
Hah. 2. 5 Yea also, because he transgresseth by wi.
Zeph. i. 13 plant vineyards, but not drink the wine
Hag. 2. 12 with his skirt do touch, .wine, or oil, or
Zech. 9. 15 shall drink, .make a noise as through wi.
10. 7 their heart shall rejoice as through wine
4.A vat or trough, 3jr yeqeb.
Deut 16. 13 after that thou hast gathered in. .thy wi.
5.Any thing mixed, ^IfPP mimsak.
Prov 23. 30 They that tarry .. that go to seek mixed w.
6.A ny thing sucked in or up, N2b sobe.
Isa. i. 22 Thy silver is become dross, thy wine mix.
7.A (ripe or round) grape, grape cake, 3jy enab.
Hos. 3. i look to other gods, and love flagons of wi.
8. Any thing pressed on, mead, D py asis.
Isa. 49. 26 they shall be drunken, .as with sweet wi.
Joel i. 5 howl, all ye drinkers, .because of . .new w.
3. 18 the mountains shall drop down new wine,
Amos 9. 13 the mountains shall drop sweet wine, and
9. What satiates, pleases, ~7tP shekar.
Num 28. 7 cause the strong wine to be poured unto
10. What ispreserved, sediment, CT?:? shemarim.
Isa. 25. 6 wines on the lees .. wines on the lees well
11. What is possessed, mead, new wine, riTn tirosh.
Gen. 27. 28 God give thee. .plenty of corn and wine
27. 37 with corn and wine have I sustained him
Num 18. 12 all the best of the wine, and of the wheat
Deut. 7. 13 he will also bless, .thy corn, and thy wine
11. 14 mayest gather in thy corn, and thy wine
12. 17 Thou mayest not eat. .the tithe, .of thy wi.
14. 23 the tithe, .of thy wine, and of thine oil
1 8. 4 The first fruit, .of thy corn, of thy wine
28. 51 shall not leave thee. .corn, wine, or oil
33. 28 fountain, .upon a land of corn and wine
Judg. 9. 13 Should I leave my wine, which cheereth
7 KL 18. 32 a land of corn and wine, a land of bread
2 Ch.3i. 5 brought in abundance, .first fruits of. .w.
32. 28 fo.- the increase of corn, and wine, and
Neh. 5. ii of the corn, the wine, and the oil, that yo
10. 37 fruit of all manner of trees, of wine, and
10. 39 the offering of the corn, of the new wine
13. 5 tithes of the corn, the new wine, and the
13. 12 brought all Judah the tithe of . .the neww.
Psa. 4. 7 time . . their corn and their wine increased
Prov. 3. 10 thy presses shall burst out with new wine
Isa. 24. 7 The new wine mourneth, the vine langui.
36. 17 a land of corn and wine, a land of bread
62. 8 sons of .. stranger shall not drink thy wine
65. 8 As the new wine is found in the cluster
Jer. 31. 12 for wheat, and for wine, and for oil, and
Hos. 2. 8 she did not know. . I gave her corn, and w.
2. 9 take away . . my wine in the season thereof
2. 22 the earth shall hear the corn, and the wine
4. ii Whoredom, .and new wine takeaway the
7. 14 they assemble themselves for corn and w.
9. 2 shall not feed them, and the new wine
Joel i. 10 new wine is dried up, the oil languisheth
2. 19 I will send you com, and wine, and oil
2. 24 the fats shall overflow with wine and oil
Mic. 6. 15 shalt not anoint, .with oil; and sweet wine
Hag. i. 1 1 I called for a drought . . upon the new wine
Zech. 9. 17 Corn shall make, .cheerful, and new wine
12. Sweet or new wine, y\tvnos gleukos.
Acts 2. 1 3 mocking said, These men are fullofneww.
13. Wine, grape juice, olvos oinos.
Matt. 9. 17 Neither, .put new wine. .else, .the wine ru.
9. 17 but they put new wine into new bottles
Mark 2. 22 no man putteth new wine . . else the new w.
2. 22 the wine is spilled, .[but new wine must]
15. 23 they gave him to drink wine mingled with
Luke 1.15 shall drink neither wine nor strong drink
5. 37 no man putteth new wine . . else the new w.
5. 38 But new wine must be put into new bott.
7. 33 neither eating bread nor drinking [wine]
10. 34 bound, .wounds, pouring in oil and wine
John 2. 3 they wanted wine.,saith.. They have no wi.
2. 9 had tasted the water that was made wine
2. 10 at the beginning doth set forth good wine
2. 10 thou hast kept the good wine until now
4. 46 of Galilee, where he made the water wine
Rom 14. 21 good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wi.
Eph. 5. 1 8 be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess
i Ti. 3. 8 not given to much wine, not greedy of fil.
5. 23 Drink no longer water, but use a little wi.
Titus 2. 3 not given to much wine, teachers of good
Rev. 6. 6 and (see) thou hurt not the oil and the wi.
14. 8 she made all nations drink of the wine of
14. 10 The same shall drink of the wine of the
16. 19 to give unto her the cup of the wineof the
17. 2 made drunk with the wine of her fornica.
1 8. 3 For all nations have drunk [of the wine]
18. 13 frankincense, and wine, and oil, and fine
19. 15 he treadeth the wine press of thenercen.
WINE bibber
I.Wine sucker, [."_ N?b sobe yayin.
Prov 23. 20 Be not among wine bibbers ; among riot.
2. Wine drinker, oivoiroVTjs ninopotes.
Mattn. 19 Behold a man gluttonous, and a wine bib.
Luke 7. 34 Behold a gluttonous man and a wine bib.
WINE fat, -wine press
\.A trough, wine or wheat press, n? gath.
Judg. 6. ii Gideon threshed wheat by the wine press
Neh. 1 3. 15 treading wine presses on the sabbath, and
Isa. 63. 2 and. .like him that treadeth in thewiaefat
Lam. i. 15 hath trodden the virgin.. (as) in a winepr.
2. A vat or trough, 3jv yeqeb.
NumiS. 27 as though. .the fulness of the wine press
18. 30 counted. .as the increase of the wine press
Deut 15. 14 shalt furnish him. .out of thy wine press
Judg. 7. 25 Zeeb they slew at the wine press of Zeeb
2 Ki. 6. 27 out of the barn floor, or out of the wine p.?
Job 24. ii (and)tread..wine presses, and suffer thirst
Isa. 5. 2 also made a wine press therein : and he lo.
Jer. 48. 33 I have caused, .to fail from the winepre.
Hos. 9. 2 The floor and the wine press shall not feed
Zech 14. 10 tower of Hananeel unto the king s wine p.
3.^4 vat or trough, trn& purah.
Isa. 63. 3 I have trodden the winepress alone, and
4. A vat or wine press, \r)v6s Unos.
Matt2i. 33 hedged it round about, and digged a wine
Rev. 14. 19 cast (it) into the great wine press of the
14. 20 the wine press was trodden without the
14. 20 blood came out of the wine press, even
5. Press of the vine, ATJVOS TOV olvov lenos ton oinou.
Rev. 19. 15 he treadeth the wine press of the flercen.
6.An under vat, vvoX-fiviof hujml^nion.
Marki2. i digged, .the wine fat, and built a tower
WINE, excess of, griven to - -
\.A n overflowing of trine, oivo(p\vyia oinophliigia.
i Pe. 4. 3 excess of wine, revellings, banquetiags
2. One alongside of wine, wdpoivos paroinos.
i Ti. 3. 3 Not given to wine, no striker, not greedy
Titus i. 7 not given to wine, no striker, not give<i to
WING, (winded)
1..1 icing, (from its strength], ~I?N tber.
Psa. 55. 6 Oh that I had wings like a dove ! (for th.)
Isa. 40. 31 they shall mount up with wings as eagles
WINK
2.A wing, (from its strength], rriax ebrak.
Deut3 2. it taketh them, beareth them on her wings
Job 39. 13 or wings and feathers unto the ostrich?
3.A wing, (from its arched appearance), qa gaph
Dan. 7. 4 had eagle s wings ; I beheld till the wing
7. 6 which had upon the back of it four wing
4. A wing, (as covering and protecting), r
^kana/>h
Gen. i. 21 every winged fowl after his kind : and Go
Exodig. 4 bare you on eagle s wings, and brought yoi
25. 20 cherubim shall stretch forth (their) wing
25. 20 covering the mercy seat with their wing
37. 9 cherubim spread out (their) wings on big]
37. 9 covered with their wings over the mercj
Lev. i. 17 he shall cleave it with the wings thereof
Deut. 4. 17 likeness of any winged fowl that flieth in
32. ii spreadeth abroad her wings, taketh then
Ruth 2. 12 under whose wings thou art come to trus
2 Sa. 22. ii and he was seen upon the wings of the wi
1 Ki. 6. 24 one wingof the cherub, .otherwingof tht
6. 24 from the uttermost part of the one wing
6. 27 stretched forth the wings, .that the winj
6. 27 wing of the other cherub touched the ot
6. 27 their wings touched one another in the
8. 6 even) under the wings of the cherubim
8. 7 cherubim spread forth (their) two wings
2 Ch. 3. 1 1 wings of the cherubim (were) twenty cu.
3. ii one wing, .and the other wing, .live cub
3. ii reaching to the wing of the other cherub
3. 12 wing of the other cherub (was) five cubits
3. 12 other wing, .joining to the wing of the ot
3. 13 wings of these cherubim spread themsel
5. 7 even) under the wings of the cherubim
5.8 cherubim spread forth (their) wings over
Job 39. 13 (Gavest thou) the goodly wings unto the
39. 26 by thy wisdom, (and) stretch her wings to.
Psa. 17. 8 hide- me under the shadow of thy wings
18. 10 yea, he did fly upon the wingsof the wind
36. 7 put theirtrust under the shadow of thy w
57. i in the shadow of thy wings will I make
61. 4 ever : I will trust in the covert of thy wi.
63. 7 therefore in the shadow of thy wings will
68. 13 wings of a dove covered with silver, and
91. 4 under his wings shalt thou trust : his tr.
104. 3 who walketh upon the wings of the wind
139. 9 (If) I take the wingsof the Prov morning, (and) 23. 5 for (riches) certainly make themselves wi
Eccl. 10. 20 that which hath wings shall tell the mat
i. 2 each one had six wings ; with twain heco.
3. 8 stretching out of his wings shall fill the
10. 14 there was none that moved the wing, or
1 8. i Woe to the land shadowing with wings
Jer. 48. 40 fly as an eagle, and shall spread his wings
49. 22 fly as the eagle, and spread his wings over
ize. i. 6 had four faces, and everyone had four wi.
i. 8 hands of a man under their wings on th.
i . 8 and they four had their faces and their w.
i. 9 Their wings (were) joined one to another
i. ii their wings (were)stretched upward, two
i. 23 under the firmament (were) their wings
i. 24 heard the noiselof their wings, like the no
i. 24 when they stood, they let down their wi
i. 25 when they stood, (and), let down their w
3. 13 the noise of the wings of the living creat
10. 5 the sound of the cherubim s wings was
10. 8 the form of a man s hand under their w.
10. 12 their hands, and their wings, and the w.
10. 16 when the cherubim lifted up their wings
10. 19 cherubim lifted up their wings, and mou.
ro. 21 four faces apiece . . every one had four wi.
10. 21 the hands of a man (was) under their wi.
11. 22 Then did the cherubim lift up their wings
17. 3 A great eagle with great wings, long win
17. 7 another great eagle with great wings and
17. 23 and under it shall dwell all fowl of every w
4 . 19 The wind hath bound herup in her wings
1059 WISDOM
Hos.. gs
Zech. 5. 9 two women, and the wind(was).in their w
5. 9 for they had wings like the wings of a st
-Mai. 4. 2 arise with healing iixhis wings; and ye sh.
5. A wing, (from its feathers), flower, ry tst(s
Jer. 48. 9 Give wings unto Moab, that it may flee
G.A wing, (from its power offlying), irrfpu?
-Matt 23. 37 a hen gathereth her chickens under (her)w Luke 1 3. 34 hen (doth gather) her brood under (her) w
.Rev. 4. 8 four beasts had each of them six wings
9. 9 sound of their wings (was) as the sound
12. 14 to the woman were given two wings of a
WINK (at), to
1.7"o move, wink, p^ qarats.
Psa. 35. 19 wink with the eye that hate me without
Prov. 6. 13 He winkethwithhiseyes, he speaketh wi
10. 10 He that w inketh with the eye causeth sor.
2. To wink at, roll, move to and fro, en razam.
Job 15. 12 heart carry . . and what do tliy eyes wink a.
3. To overlook, connive at, uirepei 5a> hupereidr,.
Acts 17. 3o the times of this ignorance God winked a.
WINNOW, to
To scatter, winnmo, spread, rrjr zarah.
Ruth 3 . 2 he winnoweth barley to night in the thr
isa- 30- 24 which hath been winnowed with the sho.
WINTER, (in, to) _
1. Winter orautumn, youthor maturity, nn choreph. Gen. 8. 22 summer and winter, and day and ni< ht
^sa. 74 . 17 the earth: thou hast made summer and
Jer. 36. 22 Now the king sat in the wiuterhouse, in Amos 3. 15 will smite the winterhouse with the sum.
^ech.i 4 . 8 hinder sea: in summer and in winter sh.
2. To pass the winter or autumn, f\~\n charaph.
Isa. 18. 6 the beasts of the earth shall winter upon
3. Winter or autumn, rpp, ipp sethav.
Song 2. ii For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over
4.A wintering at,passing the winter,irapaxttf4affia..
Acts 27. 12 haven was not commodious to winter in
5. To pass the winter at or near, irapaxei(j.dfa pa.
Acts 27. 12 if by any means they might attain, .to wi
^
28. n ship of Alexandria, which had wintered
1 Co. 16. 6 winter witli you, that ye may bring me
litus 3. 12 for I have determined there to winter
6. Winter, storm, tempest, xti/x^" cheimon.
Matt 24. 20 pray ye that your flight be not in the wi.
Marfci3. 18 pray ye that your flight be not in the wi
John 10. 22 the feast of the dedication, and it was w.
2 l i. 4 . 21 Do thy diligence to come before winter
WIPE (away, off, out), be wiped, to
1. To wipe away, blot out, nnip machah.
2 Ki. 21. 13 wipe Jerusalem as (a man) wipeth a dish
Prov.3o. 20 she eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and
Isa. 25. 8 GOD will wipe away tears from off all fa.
2.To be wiped away, blotted out, rajo machah, 2.
Prov. 6. 33 and his reproach shall not be wiped away
B.To (cause to) wipeawai/, blot out, mjo machah, 5.
Neh. 13. i4 wipe not out my good deeds that I have
4. To wipe away or off, diroyueWw apomasso.
Lukeio. 1 1 which cleaveth on us, we do wipe off ag.
5. To wipe out, ^aaffu ekmasso.
Luke 7. 38 did wipe (them) with the hairs of her head
7. 44 and wiped (them) with the hairs of her
John ii. 2 wiped his feet with her hair, whose brot.
12. 3 anointed the feet of Jesus, and wiped his
13. 5 to wipe (them) with the towel wherewith
Q.To smear out, Qa\ei<j>u exaleipho. Rv. 7 . 17 God shall wipe away all tears from their
21. 4 God shall wipe away all tears from their
WIRE
Wire, ribbon, thread, ^ns pathil.
Exod 39. 3 cut (it into) wires, to work (it) in the blue
WISDOM, (to teach)
1. Understanding, intelligence, nj ? binah.
Joo 39. 26 Doth the hawk fly by thy wisdom, (and) Prov 23. 4 not to be rich; cease from thine own wi.
2. To make wise, teach, csrj chakam, 3.
Psa. 105. 22 at his pleasure, and teach his senators w.
3. Wisdom, skill, n,p?n chokmah.
Exod 28. 3 whom I have filled with the spirit of wi
31. 3 filled him. .in wisdom, and in understan
31. 6 in the hearts of all . . I have put wisdom
35. 26 women whose heart stirred them up in w
35- 31 "lied him. .in wisdom, in understanding
35. 35 Them hath he filled with wisdom of heart
36. i in whom the LORI> put wisdom and und
36. 2 in whose heart the LORD had put wisdom
LJeut. 4. 6 this (is) your wisdom and your understa
34. 9 Joshua . . was full of the spirit of wisdom
2 ba. 14. 20 according to the wisdom of an angel of God
20. 22 woman went uiito all the people in her w
i Ki. 2. 6 Do therefore according to thy wisdom, and
3. 28 for they saw that the wisdom of God (was)
4. 29 God gave Solomon wisdom and understa
4. 30 Solomon s wisdom excelled the wisdom
4- 34 wisdom, .which, had heard of his wisdom
5. 12 LORD gave Solomon wisdom, as he prom
7. 14 he was filled with wisdom and understa
10. 4 the queen . .had seen all Solomon s wisd
10. 6 a true report that I heard . . of thy wisdom
10. 7 thy wisdom and prosperity exceedeth the
10. 8 Happy (are) thy men . . that hear thy wis
10. 23 Solomon exceeded .. for riches and for w
10. 24 all the earth sought, .to hear his wisdom
n. 41 Solomon, and all that he did, and his wi.
a Ch. i. 10 Give me now wisdom and knowledge, that
i. ii hast asked wisdom and knowledge forth
i. 12 Wisdom and knowledge (is) granted unto
9. 3 queen . . had seen the wisdom of Solomon
9- 5 a true report which I heard, .of thy wis
9. 6 the one half of the greatness of thy wisd
9. 7 Happy (are)thy men . . which . . hear thy w
9. 22 king Solomon passed all . . in riches and w
9. 23 all .. sought . . Solomon, to hear his wisdom
^zra 7 . 25 after the wisdom of thy God that (is) in th
Job 4. 21 go away? they die, even without wisdom
11. 6 that he would show thee the secrets of w
12. 2 No doubt, .ye (are) the people, and wisd.
12. 12 With the ancient (is) wisdom ; and in len
12. 13 With him (is) wisdom and strength, he ha
13. 5 hold your peace, and it should be your w.
15. 8 and dost thou restrain wisdom to thyself?
26. 3 How hast thou counselled . . no wisdom ?
28. 12 where shall wisdom be found? and where
28. 1 8 for the price of wisdom (is) above rubies
28. 20 Whence then cometh wisdom? and where
28. 28 Behold, the fear of the Lord, that (is) w
32. 7 and multitude of years should teach wi
32. 13 Lest ye. .say, We have found out wisdom
33- 33 hold thy peace, and I shall teach thee w
38. 36 Who can number the clouds in wisdom
38. 37 Who hath put wisdom in the in ward parts
39. 17 God hath deprived her of wisdom, neither
Isa. 37. 30 The mouth of the righteous speaketh wi
51. 6 Behold . .thou shalt make me to know w
Psa. 90. 12 that we may apply (our) hearts unto wis
104. 24 LORD.. in wisdom hast thou ni;td. ; them
in. 10 fear of the LORD (is) the beginning of w
Prov. i. 2 To know wisdom and instruction, to per.
1. 7 (but) fools despise wisdom and instruction
2. 2 SothatthouiriclinethiiieearuiitouiMluiii
2. 6 For the LORD givrth wisdom : out of Ins
2. 10 When wisdom entereth into thine heart
3. 13 Happy (is) the man (that) tindctli wi-.|,,ni
3. 19 LORD by wisdom hath founded the earth
4. 5 Get wisdom, get understanding; forget
4 . 7 Wisdom (is) the principal thing, .get wis.
4. ii I have taught thee in the way of wisdom
5. i My son, attend unto my wisdom . . bow th.
7- 4 sayunto wisdom, Thou(art) my sister, and
8. i Doth not wisdom cryr and understanding
8. ii *or wisdom (is) better than rubies, and all
8. 12 I wisdom dwell with prudence, and find
9. 10 Ihe fear, .(is) the beginning of wisdom
10. 13 In the lips of him. .wisdom is found
10. 23 a man of understanding hath wisdom
10. 31 mouth of the just bringeth forth wisdom
11. 2 cometh shame : but with the lowly (is)w.
13. 10 but with the well advised (is) wisdom
14. 6 A scorner seeketh wisdom, and flndeth
14. 8 The wisdom of the prudent (is) to under.
14. 33 Wisdom resteth in the heart of him that
15. 33 The fear, .(is) the instruction of wisdom
16. 16 How much better (is it) to get wisdom
17. 16 a price in the hand of a fool to get wisdom
17. 24 Wisdom (is) before him that hath under.
18. 4 the well spring of wisdom (as) a flowing
21. 30 (There is) no wisdom nor understanding
23. 23 Buy the truth, and sell (it) not ; (also) wi
24. 3 Through wisdom is an house Imilded, and
24. 14 So (shall) the knowledge of wisdom (be)
29. 3 Whoso loveth wisdom rejoiceth his father
29. 15 The rod and reproof give wisdom, but a
30. 3 I neither learned wisdom, nor have the
31. 26 Sheopeneth hermouth with wisdom, and
Eccl. i. 13 to seek and search out by wisdom conce.
i. 16 gotten more wisdom, .experience of wis.
i. 17 I gave my heart to know wisdom, and to
1. 18 in much wisdom (is) much grief ; and he
2. 3 yet acquainting mine heart with wisdom
2. 9 I was great, .my wisdom remained with
2. 12 I turned myself to behold wisdom, and
2. 13 I saw that wisdom excelleth folly, as far
2. 21 there is a man whose labour(is)in witdum
2. 26 (God) giveth to a man that (is) good, wis
7. ii Wisdom (is)good with an inheritance; and
7. 12 wisdom (is)a defence, .wisdom giveth life
7. 19 Wisdom strengthened the wise more than
7. 23 All this have I proved by wisdom : I said
7. 25 to seek out wisdom, and the reason (of
8. i a man s wisdom maketh his face to shine
8. 16 1 applied mine heart to know wisdom, and
9. to there is no. .wisdom, in the grave, whith.
9. 13 This wisdom have I seen also under the
9. 15 and he by his wisdom delivered the city
9. 16 Wisdom (is) better than strength : never.
9. i6the poorman s wisdom (is)despised,and his
9. 1 8 Wisdom (is) better than weapons of war
10. i him that is in reputation for wisdom (and)
10. 10 put to more strength : but wisdom (is)pr.
Isa. 10. 13 I have done (it), and by my wisdom, for
11. 2 the spirit of wisdom and understanding
29. 14 the wisdom of their wise (men) shall per.
33. 6 wisdom and knowledge shall be thestabi.
47. 10 Thy wisdom and thy knowledge, it hath
Jer. 8. 9 rejected . . and what wisdom (is) in them
9. 23 Letnot the wise (man) glory in his wisdom
10. 12 hath established the world by his wisdom
49. 7 (Is) wisdom no more . . is counsel perished
49. 7 concerning Edom . . is theirwisdom vanis. ?
51. 15 hath established the world by his wisdom
Eze. 28. 4 With thy wisdom and with thine unders
28. 5 By thygreatwisdom(and)|jy thy traffic ha.
28. 7 swords against the beauty of thy wisdom
28. 12 Thou sealest up the sum, full of wisdom
28. 17 thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason
Dan. i. 4 skilful in all wisdom, and cunning in kn.
i. 17 and skill in all learning and wisdom
1. 20 in all matters of wisdom (and) understand.
2. 20 Blessed be the name of God. .for wisdom
2. 21 he giveth wisdom unto the wise, and knd
2. 23 who hast given me wisdom and might, and
2. 30 secret is not revealed to me for (any) wisd.
5. ii understanding and wisdom, like the wisd.
5. 14 understanding and excellent wisdom isfo.
\. Wisdom, skill, nic?!-! chokmoth.
Psa. 49. 3 My mouth shallspeakof wisdom; and the
Prov. i. 20 Wisdom crieth without; she uttereth her
9. i Wisdom hath builded her house, she hath
24. 7 Wisdom (is) too high for a fool, he openeth
>. Taste, reason, discretion, cyp teem.
Dan. 2. 14 Daniel answered with counseland wisdom
.Heart, aV leb.
Job 36. 5 God (is) . . mighty in strength (and) wisdom
Prov 10. 21 feed many : but fools die for want of wis.
ii. 12 He that is void of wisdom despiseth his
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15. 21 Folly (is) joy to (him that is)destituteof w
19. 8 He that getteth wisdom loveth his own
Eccl. 10. 3 his wisdom faileth (him), and he saith to
. Craftiness, subtilty, prudence, np-ij, ormah.
Prov. 8. 5 ye simple, understand wisdom ; and, ye
. To become wise or intelligent, h;? sakal, 5.
Job 34-35 knowledge, and his words (were ) without
Prov. i. 3 To receive the instruction of wisdom, jus.
WISDOM
9. Understanding, u-isdom, meaning, Srif, ^:e> sekel.
i Ch.22. 12 Only the LOKIJ give thee wisdom and un.
Prov 12. 8 shall be commended according to his wi.
23. 9 for he will despise the wisdom of thy wo.
10. Understanding, skilfulness, reason , njnp tebunah
Psa. 136. 5 To him tliat by wisdom made the heavens
II. Substance, wisdom, n;i?w tushiyyah.
Job 6 13 and is wisdom driven quite from me?
12. 16 With him (is) strength and wisdom: the
Prov 18. i seeketh (and) Intermeddleth with all wis.
Mic. 6. 9 (the man of) wisdom shall see thy name
12. Thoughtful/ness, <j>p6i>ri(ns phronlsis.
Luke i. 17 and the disobedient to the wisdom of the
IS.Wisdoni, skill, (ro<f>ta soph ia.
Mutt 1 1. 19 sinners But wisdom is justified of her eh.
12. 42 to hear the wisdom of Solomon : and, be.
13. 54 Whence hath this (man) this wisdom, and
Mark 6.
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2 what wisdom (is) this which is given unto
Luke 2. 40 waxed strong in spirit, tilled with wisdom
2 52 Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and
7. 35 But wisdom is justified of all her children
ii. 31 she came, .to hear the wisdom of Solomon
1 1. 49 Therefore also said the wisdom of God. I
21. 15 I will give you a mouth and wisdom, wh.
Acts 6. 3 seven men., full of the holy ghost and wi.
6. 10 they were not able to resist the wisdom and
7. 10 gave him favour and wisdom in the sight
7. 22 Moses waslearned in all the wisdomof the
Rom 1 1. 33 both of the wisdom and knowledge of G.
1 Co. i. 17 not with wisdom of words, lest the cross
i. 19 I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and
i. 20 hatli not God made foolish the wisdom of
i. 21 in the wisdom of God the world by wisd.
i. 22 a sign, and the Greeks seek after wisdom
i. 24 Christ the power of God, and the wisdom
1. 30 Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisd.
2. i came not with excellency of speech or of w.
2. 4 not with enticing words of man s wisdom
2. 5 your faith should not stand in the wisdom
2. 6 we speak wisdom, .yet not the wisdom of
1. 7 we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery
2. 13 not in the words which man s wisdom to.
3. 19 For the wisdom of this world is foolishness
12. 8 For to one is given . :the word of wisdom
2 Co. i. 12 not with fleshly wisdom, but by the grace
Eph. i. 8 he hath abounded toward us in all wisdom
i. 17 may give unto you thespiritof wisdom and
3. 10 might be known, .the manifold wisdom of
Col. i. 9 with the knowledge of his will in all wis.
1. 28 and teaching every man in all wisdom
2. 3 In whom are hid all the treasures of wis.
2. 23 Which things have indeed a show of wis.
3. 16 Let the word., dwell in you richly in all w.
4. 5 Walk in wisdom toward them that are
Jas. i. 5 If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of
3. 13 show, .his works with meekness of wisdom
3. 1 5 This wisdom descendeth not from above
3. 17 the wisdom that is from above is flrstpure
2 Pe. 3. 15 Paul also, according to the wisdom given
Rev. 5. 12 to receive power, and riches, and wisdom
7. 1 2 Blessing, and glory, and wisdom, and th.
13. 18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath under.
17. 9 And here (is) the mind that hath wisdom
WISDOM, sound
Substance, wisdom, rvpin tushiyyah.
Prov. 2. 7 He layeth up sound wisdom for the righ.
3. 21 My son. .keep sound wisdom and discre.
8. 14 Counsel(to)mlne.and sound wigdom,I(am)
WISE (hearted, man, woman)
1. To cause to understand, give intelligence,]^ bin, 5.
i Ch.27. 32 was a counsellor, a wise man, and a scribe
Provi7. 10 reproof entereth more into a wise man th.
28. 7 Whoso keepeth the law (is) a wise sou : but
2. Wise, skilful, D ?n chakkim.
Dan. 2. 12 commanded to destroy all the wise (men)
2. 13 decree went forth that the wise (men) sh.
2. 14 which was gone forth to slay the wise (in.)
2. 1 8 perish with the rest of the wise (men) of
2. 21 he giveth wisdom unto the wise, and kn.
2. 24 king had ordained to destroy the wise (in.)
2. 24 Destroy not thewise(men)of Babylon: br.
2. 27 cannot the wise (men), .show unto the ki.
2. 48 chief of the governors over all the wise(m.)
4. 6 made I a decree to bring in all the wise (m.)
4. 18 forasmuch as all the wise (men) of my k.
5 . 7 king spake, and said to the wise (men) of
5. 8 Then came in all the king s wise (men)
5. 15 now the wise (men), the astrologers, have
8. Wise, skilful, crn chakam.
Gen. 41. 8 sent and called for all. .the wise men th.
41. 33 Pharaoh look out a man discreet and wise
41. 39 (there is) none sodiscreetand wise as thou
Exod. 7. 1 1 Pharaoh also called the wise men and the
28. 3 shall speak unto all (that are) wise hear.
31. 6 in the hearts of all that are wise hearted
35. 10 every wise hearted amongyou shall come
35. 25 the women that were wise hearted did sp.
36. i, 2 Aholiab, and every wise hearted man
36. 4 the wise men, that wrought all the work
36. 8 every wise hearted man among them that
Deut. 1. 13 Take you wise men, and understanding
i. 15 I took the chief .of your tribes, wise mm
4. 6 nation (is) a wise and understanding pec.
16. 19 a gift doth blind the eyes of the wise, and
Judg.5. 29 Her wise ladie? answered her, yea, she re.
a Sa. 14 2 fetched thence a wise woman, and said un.
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2 Sa. 14. 20 my lord (is) wise, according to the wisdom
20. 16 Then cried a wise woman out of the city
1 Ki. 2. 9 thou (art) a wise man, and kuowest what
3. 12 I have given thee a wise and an understa.
5. 7 which hath given unto David a wise son
2 Ch. 2. 12 hath given to David the king a wise son
Esth. i. 13 the king said to the wise men, which knew
6. 13 Then said his wise men and Zeresh his
Job 5. 13 He takeththe wise in their own craftiness
9. 4 (He is) wise in heart, and mighty in stren.
15. 2 Should a wise man utter vain knowledge
15 18 Which wise men have told from their fat.
17. 10 I cannot find (one) wise (man) amongyou
34. 2 Hear my words, Oye wise (men); and give
34. 34 and let a wise man hearken unto me
37. 24 he respecteth not any (that are) wise of
Psa. 49. 10 he seeth (that) wise men die, likewise the
107. 43 Whoso (is) wise, and will observe these
Prov. i. =; A wise (man) will hear, and will increase
i. 6 the words of the wise, and their dark sa.
3. 7 Be not wise in thine own eyes : fear the
3. 35 The wise shall inherit glory : but shame
9. 8 rebuke a wise man, and he will love thee
9. 9 Give (instruction) to a wise (man), and he
10. i A wise son maketh a glad father : but a
10. 8 The wise in heart will receive command.
10. 14 Wise (men) lay up knowledge : but the
11. 29 the fool (shall be) servant to the wise of
11. 30 and he that winneth souls (is) wise
12. 15 he that hearkeneth unto counsel (is) wise
12. 18 but the tongue of the wise (is) health
13. i A wise son (heareth) his father s instruc.
13. 14 The lawof the wise (is)a fountain of life
13. 20 He that walketh with wise (men) shallbe
14. 3 but the lips of the wise shall preserve th.
14. 16 A wise (man) feareth.and departeth from
14. 24 The crown of the wise (is) their riches
15. 2 The tongue of the wise useth knowledge
15. 7 The lips of the wise disperse knowledge
15. 12 neither will he go unto the wise
15. 20 A wise son maketh a glad father : but a
15. 31 The ear that, .abideth among the wise
16. 14 wrath of a king, .a wise man will pacify
16. 21 The wise in heart shall be called prudent
16. 23 The heart of the wise teachethhis mouth
17. 28 when he holdeth his peace, is counted w.
18. 15 and the ear of the wise seeketh knowled.
20. 26 A wise king scattereth the wicked, and
21. ii when the wise is instructed, he receiveth
21. 20 treasure..andoilinthedwellingofthe wise
21. 22 A wise (man) scaleth the city of the mig.
22. 17 hear the words of the wise, and apply th.
23. 24 he thatbegetteth awise (child)shall have
24. 5 A wise man (is) strong ; yea, a man of k.
24. 23 These (things) also (belong) to the wise
25. 12 (so is) a wise reprover upon an obedient
26. 5 Answer a fool, .lest he be wise inhis own
26. 12 Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit ;
26. 16 The sluggard (is) wiser in his own conce.
28. ii The rich man (is) wise in his own conceit
29. 8 into a snare : but wise (men) turn away
29. 9 (If) a wise man contendeth with a foolish
29. ii but a wise (man) keepeth it in till afterw.
30. 24 four (things), .but they (are) exceeding w.
Eccl. 2. 14 The wise man s eyes (are) inhis head, but
2. 16 remembrance of the wise, .the wise(man)
2. 19 who knoweth whether he shall be a wise
4. 13 Better (is) a poor and a wise child than
6. 8 what hath the wise more than the fool ?
7. 4 The heart of the wise (is) in the house of
7. 5 better to hearthe rebukeof thewise.than
7- 7 oppression maketh a wise man mad, and
7. 19 Wisdom strengtheneth the wise more th.
8. i Who (is) as the wise (man)? and who kn.
8. 5 a wise man s heart discerneth both time
8. 17 though a wise (man) think to know (it)
9. i the wise, and their works, (are) in the ha,
9. ii neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet ri.
9. 15 there was found in it a poor wise man
9. 17 The words of wise (men are) heard in qu.
10. 2 A wise man s heart (is) at his right hand
10. 12 The words of a wise man s mouth (are)
12. 9 moreover, because the Preacher was wise
12. ii The words of the wise (are) as goads, and
Isa. 5. 21 Woe unto, .wise in their own eyes, and
19. ii of the wise counsellors . . the son of the w.
19. 12 Where (are) they? where (are), .wise(m. r)
29. 14 the wisdom of their wise (men) shall per.
31. 2 Yet he also (is) wise, and will bring evil
44. 25 that turneth wise (men) backward, and
Jer. 4. 22 they (are) wise to do evil, but to do good
8. 8 How do ye say, We (are) wise, and the law
8. 9 The wise (men) are ashamed, they aredi.
9. 12 Who (is) the wise man, that may unders.
9. 23 Let not the wise (man) glory in his wisd.
10. 7 among all the wise (men) of the nations
18. 1 8 nor counsel from the wise, nor the word
50. 35 -upon her princes, and upon her wise(m.)
51. 57 I will make drunk, .her wise (men), her
Eze. 27. 8 thy wise (men), O Tyrus, (that) were in th.
27. 9 The ancients of Gebal and the wise (men)
Hos. 14. 9 Who (is) wise, and he shall understand
Obad. 8 even destroy the wise (men) out of Edoin
4. Wise, nia?n [chakam].
Prov. 14. i Every wise woman buildeth her house
5.Open, seeing, nj39 piqqeach.
Exod 23. 8 for the gift blindeth the wise, and perv.
6.7"o cause to understand, *?$? sakal, 5.
Job 22. i as he that is wise may be profitable unto
Prov. 10. s He that gathereth in summer (is) a wise
WISELY
Prov 10. 19 sin; buthe thatrefraineth hislips (is) wise-
14. 35 The king s favour (is) toward a wise serv.
15. 24 The way of life (is) above totht \\ No, that
17. 2 A wise sen-ant shall have rule over a son
Dan. 12. 3 they that be wise shall shine as the brig.
12. 10 wicked shall understand; but the wise sh.
7. Understanding, wisdom, ?:&, 7yy sekel.
i Ch.26. 14 Then for Zechariah his son, a wise coun.
S.Magian, (a Persian astronomer or priest), u.dyi>s.
Matt 2. i there came wise men from the east to Je.
2. 7 when he had privily called the wise men
2. 16 he saw that he was mocked of the wise nu
2. 16 he had diligently enquired of the wise men
9. Wise, skilful, arotyds sophos.
Matt ii. 25 thou hast hid these things from the wise-
23. 34 I send unto you prophets, and wise men
Lukeio. 21 these things from the wise and prudent
Kom. i. 14 I am debtor, .both to the wise and to the
i. 22 Professing themselves to be wise.they be.
16. 19 I would have you wise unto that which is
16. 27 To God only wise, (be) glory through Jes.
i Co. i. 19 I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and
i. 20 Where (is) the wise? where (is) the scribe?
i. 26 not many wise men after the flesh, not
i. 27 [chosen the foolish.. to confound the wise]
3. 10 as a wise master builder, I have laid the
3. 18 If any man among you seemeth to be w.
3. 18 let him become a fool, that he may be wise
3. 19 He taketh the wise in their own craftiness
3 . 20 The Lord knoweth the thoughts of the w.
6. 5 Is it so, that there is not a wise man am.
Eph. 5. 15 walk circumspectly, not as fools, but asw.
i TL i. 17 unto the king eternal, .the only [wise] G.
Jas. 3. 13 Who (is) a wise man and endued with kn.
Jude 25 To the only [wise] God our Saviour, (be) g.
W.Mindful,prudent,prorident,<f>p6vifi.osphmni/nos-
Matt. 7. 24 I will liken him unto a wise man, which
10. :6 be ye therefore wise as serpents, and ha.
24. 45 Who then is a faithful and wise servant
25. 2 And five of them were wise, and five (we.>
25. 4 But the wise took oil in their vessels with
25. 8 foolish said unto the wise, Give us of your
25. 9 But the wise answered, saying, (Not so)
Lukei?. 42 Who then is that faithful and wise stew.
Rom ii. 25 lest ye should be wise in your own cone.
12. 1 6 low estate. Be not wise in your own con.
1 Co. 4. ioWe(are) fools for Christ ssake, but., wise
10. 15 I speak as to wise men; judge ye what I
2 Co. 1 1. 19 Ye suffer fools gladly, seeing ye. .are wise
WISE, in any, in no, or on this
1.7*o reason, reprore, decide, re; yakoch, 5.
Lev. 19. 17 thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neigh.
2.7*0 afflict, humble, n:j; anah, 3.
Exod22. 23 If thou afflict them in any wise, and they
3. Thus, so, accordingly, ovrea, ovrus houto, hoittos.
Matt. i. 18 Now the birth of Jesus Christ was on this w.
John 21. i at the sea of Tiberias; and on this wise sh.
Acts 7. 6 God spake on this wise, That his seed sh.
13. 34 said on this wise, I will give you the sure
Bom. 10. 6 speaketh on this wise, Say not in thine he.
Heb. 4. 4 For he spake . . on this wise, And God did
.Not completely, not at all, ^ e/s rb vavTtKti.
Lukei3- ii was bowed together, and could in no wise
5.Not at all, ov iravruis oil pantiis.
Kom. 3. 9 No, in no wise : for we have before proved,
WISE, to be, make, show self
1.7*0 be or become wise, act wisely, C?n chakam.
Deut.32. 29 Oh that they were wise, (that) they undo,
i Ki. 4. 31 For he was wiser than all men; than Ethan
Job 32. 9 Great men are not (always) wise; neither
Prov. 6. 6 thou sluggard; consider her ways . . be w.
8. 33 Hear instruction, and be wise, and refuse
9. 9 and he will be yet wiser; teacha just(man)
9. 12 If thou be wise, thou shalt be wise forth.
13. 20 He that walketh with wise (men) shall be
19. 20 that thou mayest be wise in thy latter end
20. i and whosoever is deceived thereby is n. w
21. ii the scorner is punished, the simple is m. w.
23. 15 My son, if thine heart be wise, my heart
23. 19 Hear thou, my son, and be wise, and guide
27. ii My son, be wise, and make my heart dad
Eccl. 2. 15 why was I then more wise? Then I said in
2. 19 wherein I have showed myself wise under
7 . 23 I said, I will be wise; but it(was)far from
Zech. 9. 2 Tyrus, and Zidon, though it be very wisfr
2.7*0 make wise, D:n chakam, 5.
Psa. 19. 7 testimony of the LORD (is) sure, making w.
3. To show self wise, D?n chakam, 7.
Eccl. 7. 16 neither make thyself over wise: why sho.
4. To take heart, be bold, 1$ labab, 2.
Job ii. 13 For vain man would be wise, though man.
5.7*0 cause to act wisely, ^y sakal, 5.
Gen. 3. 6 a tree to J>e desired to make (one) wise
Psa. 2. 10 Be wise now therefore, ( > ye kings, be
36. 3 he hath left off to be wise, (and) to do good
94. 8 the people: and (ye) fools, when will . . w.?.
6. To make wise, ffotplfa sophizd.
3 Ti. 3. 15 which are able to make thee wise unto sa.
7.7*0 send together, consider, rui/Tj/u suniemi.
i Co. 10. 12 and comparing themselves, .are not wisfr
WISELY, to behave self, consider, deal
1.7*0 understand, attend to, J 3 bin.
a Ch.ii. 23 he dealt wisely, and dispersed of all hi*
WISELY
2. Tc sfiow self wise, c~n chakam, 7.
Exod. i. 10 Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest
3. To act wisely, ^yy sakat.
i Sa. 1 8. 30 David behaved himself more wisely than
4. To act wisely, or to understand, ^zy sakal, 5.
i Sa. 18. 5 David wentout. .(and)behavedhimself wi.
18. 14 David behaved himself wisely in all his \v.
18. 15 saw that he behaved himself very wisely
Psa. 64. 9 for they shall wisely considerof hisdoing
101. 2 I will behave myself wisely in a perfect
Prov.2i. 12 The righteous (man) wisely cousidereth
WISELY, (never so)
I.To be made wise, D?n chakam, 4.
Psa. 58. 5 voice of charmers, charming never so wis.
2. Wistlom, "i!J?rj
chokitiah.
Prov. 28. 26 but whoso walketh wisely, he shall be de.
Eccl. 7. 10 thou dost not enquire wisely concerning
3. To cause to act wisely or understand, V;^ sakal, 5.
Prov.id. 20 He that haudleth a matter wisely shall
4. Mindfully, prudently, providently, <ppoi>ifta>s.
Lukei6. 8 because he had done wisely : for the chil.
WISER, (to make)
I.To make wise, Don chakam, 3.
Job 35. n and maketh us wiser than the fowls of he.?
Psa.ng. 98 Thou, .hast made me wiser than mine en.
2. Wiser than, jo cpn chakam min.
Eze. 28. 3 Behold, thou (art) wiser than Daniel ; the.
8 . Wiser, more skilful, <ro<pu!>Tpoi/ sophoteron.
1 Co. i. 25 Because the foolishness of God is wiser
4. More mindful, prudent, (f>povtfj.u>rfpos phronim.
Lukei6. 8 in their generation wiser than the child.
WISH, wishing
1. Willing, desirous, delighting, j>sri chaphets.
Psa. 40. 14 driven backward and put to shame that w.
2. Mouth, speech, ns peh.
Job 33. 6 I (am) according to thy wish in God s ste.
S.To ask, demand, hxy shaal.
Job 31. 30 have I suffered my mouth to sin by wish.
Jon. 4. 8 that he fainted, and wished in himself to
^.Imagery, imagination, n jpp maskith.
Psa. 73. 7 they have more than heart could wish
5. To wish, desire, solicit, fvxo/j.at euchomai.
Acts 27. 29 cast four anchor s out of the stern, and w.
Rom. 9. 3 For I cofild wish that myself were accur.
2 C o. 13. 9 and this also we wish, (even) your perfe.
3 J ohn 2 I wish above all things that thou mayest
WIST, "wit, (do to wit,) to
1. Wisdom, ""??ri chokmah.
Psa. 107. 27 like a drunken man, and are at their wit s
2. To know, be acquainted with, jn; yada.
Gen. 24. 21 to wit whether the LORD had made his
Exod. 2. 4 his sister stood afar off, to wit what wou.
16. 15 It (is) manna : for they wist not what it
34. 29 Moses wist not that the skin of his face
Lev. 5. 17 though he wist (it) not, yet is he guilty
5. 18 his ignorance wherein he erred and wist
Josh. 2. 4 There came men unto me, but I wist not
8. 14 but he wist not that (there were) liers in
Judg 1 6. 20 wist not that the LORD was departed from
3. To know, be acquainted with, see, oloa oida.
Mark 9. 6 For he wist not what to say for they we.
14. 40 heavy, neither wist they what to answer
Luke 2. 49 wist ye not that I must be about my Fat.
John 5. 13 he that was healed wist not who it was
Acts 12. 9 wist not that it was true which -was done
23. 5 I wist not, brethren, that he was the high
4. As, how, ws hds.
2 Co. 5. 19 To wit, that God was in Christ, reconcil.
5. To make known, yvwpifa gnorizfi.
2 Co. 8. i we do you to wit of the grace of God bes.
[See also Wot.]
WITCH, (to use) witchcraft
I.To use witchcraft or sorcery, r\v$ kashaph, 3.
Exod22. 1 8 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live
Deut 18.10 observer of times, or an enchanter, or a w
2 Ch.33. 6 used witchcraft, and dealt with a familiar
2. Witchcrafts, sorceries, D E?*? keshaphim.
2 Ki. 9. 22 whoredoms, .and her witchcrafts (are so)
Mic. 5. 12 I will cut off witchcrafts out of thine ha
Xah. 3. 4 well favoured harlot, the mistress of wi
3. 4 selleth nations, .through her witchcrafts
3. Divination, oath, D|3 qcsem.
i Sa. 15. 23 For rebellion (is as) the sin of witchcraft
4.A charm, remedy, <pap/j.a.Kfiapharmakeia.
Gal. 5. 20 Idolatry,witchcraft, hatred, variance, em
WITH
1. After, nnx achar.
Lev. 20. 5 that go. . to commit whoredom with Molech
2. Unto, SN el.
Gen. 4." 8 And Cain talked with Abel his brother
3. Also, r\t* aph.
Deut 33. 20 teareth the arm with the crown of the
4. Near, hyx etsel.
Gen. 39. 15 he left his garment with me, and fled, and
39-i8 lie left nis garment with me, and fled out
Dan. 10. 13 I remained there with the kings of Persia
1061 WITH
5. With, nx eth.
Gen. 5. 22 Enoch walked with God after he begat M.
6. 13 behold, I will destroy them with thoearth
13. 5 Lot also, which went with Abram, had
14. 2 made war with Bera . . and with Birsha ki.
Josh 14. 12 if so be the LORD (will be) with me, then
Eze. 3. 27 when I speak with thee, I will open thy
6. With, in, icg bcmo.
Job 9. 30 If I wash myself with snow water, and
16. 5 I would strengthen you with my mouth
19. 16 my servant. .1 entreated him with my m.
7. Also, Di gam.
2 Ch.2o. 13 all Judah stood before the LORD, with
S.Ovar against, VID mul.
Mic. 2. 8 ye pull off the robe with the garment from
9. From, jp min.
Gen. 25. 30 Feed me, I pray thee, with that same red
10. Against, besides, in addition to, hy al.
Gen. 33. ii God hath dealt graciously with me, and
Dau. 6, 14 the king, .was sore displeased with hims.
11. With, oy im.
Gen. 1 8. 23 Wilt thou. .destroy the righteous with the
Ezra 5. 2 and with them . . the prophets of God he.
7. 13 I maKe a decree, that all. .go with thee
7. 16 with the free will offering or the people
Dau. 2. 1 1 the gods, whose dwelling is not with flesh
2. 18 should not perish with the rest of the wi.
2. 22 he knoweth. .and the light dwelleth with
2. 43 not cleave . . as iron is not mixed with clay
4. 15, 23 and (let) his portion (be) with the
4. 25, 32 andthydwelling(shallbe)withthebe.
5. 21 and his dwelling (was) with the wild asses
7. 13 (one) like the son of man carne with tin
7. 21 the same horn made war with the saints
12. With, by, iny immad.
Gen. 3. 12 The woman whom thou gavest. .with me
13. And before them, Dn JB^i [panim].
i Sa. io. 5 with a psaltery, and a tabret, and a pipe
14. Under, beneath, nnn tachath.
Psa. 66. 17 I cried, .he was extolled with my tongue
15./M. the hand, T? be-yad.
Gen. 44. 16 and (lie) also with whom the cup is found
Josh. 9. 1 1 Take victuals with you for the journey
16. In the midst of, Tjin? be-thok.
Exod. o, 24 there was hail, and fire mingled with the
17 .Together with, a/j.a hama.
Matt 13. 29 lest, .ye root up also the wheat with them
18.From, air6 apo.
Luke 14. 18 they all with one (consent) began to make
15. 16 he would fain have filled his belly with
16. 21 desiring to be fed with the crumbs which
Acts 20. 9 he sunk down with sleep, and fell down
19. Through, by, Sid (gen.) dia.
Marki6. 20 [confirmingthe word with signs following]
Acts 8. 20 the gift of God may be purchased with
15. 32 exhorted the brethren with many words
19. 26 they be no gods which are made with ha.
20. 28 which he hath purchased with his own
Rom 14. 20 evil for that man who eateth with 8. 25.
1 Co. 14. 19 I had rather speak five words [with] my
2 Co. 2. 4 I wrote unto you with many tears ; not
Eph. 6. 18 Praying always wit hall prayer and supp.
i Ti. 2. io But, which becometh women, .with good
Heb. 12. i let us run with patience the race that is
13. 12 that he might sanctify the people with his
1 Pe. i. 7 that perisheth, though it be tried with fire
2 John 12 I would not. .with paper and ink, but I
3 John 13 I will not with ink and pen write unto
20. Through, on account of, Sid (ace) dia.
Rom 14. 15 But if thy brother be grieved with, .meat
21. With a vieiv to, tls eis.
Eph. 3. 19 might be filled with all the fulness of God
ZZ.Outof, titek,
Matt 27. 7 bought with them the potter s field, to
Marki2. 30 with all thy heart, and with all thy soul
12. 30 with all thy mind, and with all thy stren.
12. 33 with all the heart, and with all the und.
12. 33 with all the soul, [and with all the stren. 1
Lukeio. 27 with all thy heart, and [with] all thy soul
io. 27 [with] all thy strength, and [with] all thy
John 4. 6 therefore being wearied with (his) jo 12. 3. Acts i. 18 this man purchased a field with the rew.
8. 37 [If thou believest with all thine heart, th.J
i Co. 7. 5 except.. with consent for a time, that ye
i Pe. i. 22 love one another with a pure heart ferv.
Rev. 8. 5 took the censer, and filled it with fire of
17. 2 made drunk with the wine of her fornica.
17. 6 with the blood of the saints, and with the
18. i and the earth was lightened with his glory
19 21 all the fowls were filled with their flesh
23. fn, among, by, u~ith, even.
Matt. 3. ii baptize you with water, .baptize you with
7. 2 with what judgment . . with what measure
20. 15 Is it not lawful, .to do what I will with
22. 37 with all thy. .with all thy. .with all thy
25. 16 went and traded with the same, and made
26. 52 they that take the sword shall perish witli Mark i. [8, 8], 23; 4. 24, 30; 5. 2; 9. i, 50; Luke i. 51;
3- 16; 4- 32, 36; 8. 15; ii. 20; 14. 31; 21. 25, 34; 22. 49; John
i- 26, 31, 33, 33; Acts i. 5; 2. 29, 46; 5. 23; ii. 16, 26; Rom. i. 4 , 9, 12, 27; 9. 22; io. 9; 12. 8, 8, 8, 21; 15. 32;
16. 16; i Co. i. 17; 2. 4; 4. 21; 5. 8, 8, 8; io. 5; 14. zi; 16.
14, 20; 2 Co. i. 12; 7. 8; 13. 12; Eph. i. 3 ; Col. i. n; 2.
4, T, 3. 16, 22; 4. 2, 6; i Tn. 2. 2, 17; 4. 16, 16, 16, 18; 5.
26; 2 Th. i. n; 2. 9, 10; 3. 8; i Ti. 2. 9, n; 5. 2; 2 Ti. i.
3; 4- 2; Heb. 9. 22, 25; ii. 37; Jas. i. 21; 2. i; 3. 13; i Pe.
i. [12]; 2. 18; 3. 2; 5. 14; 2 Pe. 2. 7, 13, 16; Jude 14, 23,
24; Rev. 2. 16, 23, 27; 6. 8, 8, 8; 9. 19; 12. 5; 13. 10, 10;
M- 2, [7]. 9. io, 15; 16. 8; 17. 16; 18. 8, [16]; 19. 2, 15, 15,
2O, 2O, 21.
24.Ort, upon, over, 4vi (dat.) epi.
Matt. 18. 26, 29 have patience with me, and I will Luke pay 1 8. 7 avenge, .though he bear long with them?
Acts 21. 24 Them take, .and be at charges with them
28. 14 were desired to tarry [with j them seven da.
Rev. 12. 17 the dragon was wroth [with] the woman
25. Upon, over, for, M (ace.) epi.
Heb. 8. 8 with the house of Israel, and with the ho.
26. Down to, in, by, according to, Kara, (ace) kata.
Mark i. 27 for with authority commandeth he even
i Co. 2. i came not with excellency of speech or of
Eph. 6. 6 Not with eye service as men pleasers, but
27. With, in common with, fj.erd (gen.) meta.
Matt. i. 23 which, being interpreted, is, God with us
2. 3 he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with
2. ii they saw the young child with Mary his
4. 21 in a ship with Zebedee their father, men.
5. 25 whiles thou art in the way with him, lest
5. 41 compel thee to go a mile, go with him tw.
8. ii shall sit down with Abraham, and Isaac
9. 1 1 Why eateth your Master with publicans
9. 15 as long as the bridegroom is with them
See also 12. 3, 4, 30, 30, 41, 42, 45; 13. 20; 14. 7 ; 15. 30; 16.
27i 7- 3>
T 7! t8. 16; 19. io; 20. 2, 20; 21. 2; 22. 16; 24. 30,
31, 49, 51 ; 25. 3, 4, io, 19, 31 ; 26. ii, 18, 20, 23, 29, 36, 38,
4. 47. 47. 51, 55. 58, 69, 71, 72 ; 27. 34, 41, 54 ; 28. 8, 12, 20 ; Mark i. 13,20, 29, 36; 2. 16, 16, 19, [19], 25; 3. 5, 6, 7, 14;
4- -6, 36; 5. 18, 24, 40; 6. 25, 50; 8. io, 14, 38; 9. 8, [24];
io 30; ii. ii; 13. 26; 14 7, 14, 17, 18, 20, 33,43, 43, 48,54,
7, i- 17. [28], 31; 16. [io]; Luke i. 28, 39, 66; 2. 36, 51;
5- 29, 31, 34; 6. 3, 4, 17; 7. 36; 8. 13, [45]; 9. 49; io. 17;
ii. 7, 23, 23, 31, 32; 12. 13, 46, 58; 13. i; 14. 9, 31; 15. 29,
30, 31; 17. 15, 20; 21. 27; 22. ii, 15, 21, 28, 33, 52, 53, 59;
23. 43; 24. 29, 30, 52; John 3. 2, 22, 26; 4. 27, 27; 6. 3, 66;
7. 33; 8. 29; 9. 37, 40; ii. 16, 31, 54; 12. 8, 17, [35]; 13. 8,
[18,] 33; 14. 9, 16, 30; 15. 27; 16. 4, 32; 17. 12, 24; 18. 2, 3, 5,
[18], 26 ; ig. 18, 40; 20. 7, 24,26; Ac. i. [4,] 26 ; 2. 28; 4. 29,
31; 7. 9, 38, 45; 9. 19, 2, 39; io. 38; ii. 21; 13. 17; 14. 23,
2 7; 15- 4. 35; 17- "! 18. io; 20. 18, 19, [24], 31, 34; 24. i,
3. [?]. l8. 18; 25. 12, 23; 26. 12; 27. io, 24; 28. 31; Rom. 12.
15, 15, 18; 15. io, 33; 16. 20, [24]; i Co. 6. 6, 7; 7. 12, 13;
16. 11, 12, 23, 24; 2 Co. 6. 15, 16; 7. 15; 8. 4, 18; 13. n, 14;
Gal. 2. i, 12; 4. 25, 30; 6. 18; Eph. 4. 2, 2, 25; 6. 5, 7, 23,
24; Phil. i. 4 ; 2 . 12, 29:4. 3, 6, 9, 23; Col. i. n; 4. 18;
i Ih. i. 6; 3. 13; 5. 28; 2 Th. i. 7, 7 ; 3 . i
?) 16, 18; i Ti. i.
14; 2. 9, 15; 3. 4 ; 4 . 3, 4, I4 ; 6. 6, 21; 2 Ti. 2. io, 22; 4. n,
ii, 22, [22]; Titus 2. 15; 3. 15, 15; Phm. 25; fleb. 5. 7; 7.
21; 9. 19; io. 22; ii. 9, 31; 12. 14, 17, 28; 13. 17, 23, 25;
i pe. 3- 5! i Jo- i- 3. 3. 3. 6, 7; 2. 19; 2 Jo. 2, 3; Rev. i.
7- 12 , 2. 22 ; 3 . 4, 20, 20, 21, 21 J 4 . I ; 6. [8] J 9. 8j 12. 9,
T 7 ; 13- 4, [?]; 14. i. 4; 17- i, 2, 12, 14, 14; 18. 3, 9;
19. 20; 20. 4, [6] ; 21. 3, 3, 3, 9, 15 ; 22. 12, 21.
28.Along side of, with, among, irapd (dat.) para.
Matt 19. 26 With men this is impossible; but with G.
21. 25 they reasoned [with] themselves, saying
22. 25 there were with us seven brethren : and
Markio. 27 With men. .but not with God: [for with]
Luke i . 30 Fear not . . thou hast found favour with G.
i. 37 with God nothing shall be impossible
2. 52 Jesus increased, .in favour with God and
ii. 37 Pharisee besought him to dine with him
18. 27 impossible with men are possible with God
19. 7 he was gone to be guest with a man that
John i. 39 They came, .and abode with him that day
4. 40 besought him that he would tarry with
8. 38 seen with my Father, .seen with your fa.
14. 17 he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you
14. 23 come unto him, and make our abode with
14. 25 have I spoken, .being, .present with you
17. 5 with thine own self, .with thee before the
Acts 9. 43 he tarried many days in Joppa with one
10. 6 He lodgeth with one Simon a tanner, wh.
18. 3 of the same craft.he abode with them, and
18. 20 they desired (him) to tarry longer time [w.]
21. 7 we . . saluted the brethren, and abode with
21. 8 entered into the house, .and abode with
21. 16 an old disciple, with whom we should Io.
26. 8 Why. .incredible with you, that God sho.
Rom. 2. ii For there is no respect of persons with God
9. 14 unrighteousness with God? God forbid
1 Co. 3. 19 the wisdom of this world is foolishness
7. 24 every man, wkerein he is called, .abide w.
2 Co. 1. 17 that with me there should be yea yea, and
Eph. 6. 9 neither is there respect of persons with
2 Th. i. 6 Seeing. . a righteous thing with God to re.
2 Ti. 4. 13 The cloak that I left at Troas with Carpus
Jas. i. 17 Father of lights, with whom is novariabl.
1 Pe. 2. 20 ye take it patiently, this (is) acceptable
2 Pe. 3. 8 one day (is) with the Lord as a thousand
28. About, concerning, irepl (gen.) peri.
Markio. 41 they began to be much displeased with
30. The, things concerning me, TO. Trepl ^ue ta peri.
Phil. 2. 23 so soon as I shall see how it will go with
31. Toward, by, near, trpos (ace.) pros.
Matt 13. 56 And his sisters, are they not all with ns ?
26. 55 I sat daily [with] you teaching in the tern.
Mark 6. 3 are not his sisters here with us? And they
9 io they kept that saying with themselves, qu.
9. 1 6 asked the scribes.. What question ye with
9 j 9 faithless . . how long shall I be with yon?
WITH 1062
Markn. 31 they reasoned with themsfclves, saying, If
14. 49 I was daily with you in the temple teac.
Luke 6. ii communed one with another what they
o 41 how long shall I be with you, and suffer
18 ii The I hurisee stood and prayed thus with
20! 5 they reasoned with themselves saying, If
John i. i the Word was with God, and the Word
1. 2 The same was in the beginning with God
Acts 2. 47 Praising God, and having favour with all
3. 25 of tho covenant which God made with our
ii. 2 they, .ofthe circunu-isimi c-mitended with
15. 2 had. .dissension and disputation with th.
17. lydisputed he., with them that met with him
24. 12 they neither found me. .disputing with
Horn. 5. i we have peace with God through our Lord
8. 18 with the glory which shall be revealed in
i Co. 2. 3 I was with you in weakness, and in fear
16. 6 that I will abide, yea, and winter with
16. 7 I trust to tarry a while with you, if the
16. 10 see that he maybe with you without fear
* Co. 5. 8 We are. .willing, .to be present with the
6. 14 what communion hath light with darkn.
6. 15 what concord hath Christ with lielial? or
ii. 9 when I was present with you, and wanted
Gal. 1. 18 to see Peter, and abode with him fifteen
2. 5 that the truth . . might continue with you
4. 1 8 and not only when Iain present with you
4. 20 I desire to be present with you now, and
1 Th. 3. 4 when we were with you, we told you bef.
2 Th. 2. 5 when I was yet with you, I told you these
3. i word. .may. .be glorified, even as. .with
3. 10 For even when we were with you, this we
Phm. 13 Whom I would have retained with me, th.
Heb. 4. 13 unto the eyes of him with whom we have
10. 16 This (is) the covenant that I will make w.
i Jo. i. 2 that eternal life which was with the Father
a. i we have an advocate with the Father, J.
82. Wit//, along with, avv sun.
Matt .=;. 27 I should have received mine own with us
26. 35 Though I should die with thee, yet will I
27. 38 Then were there two thieves crucified w.
Mark 2. 26 and gave also to them which were with
4. 10 they that were about him with the twelve
8. 34 when he had called the people, .w.ith his
9. 4 there appeared unto them Elms with M.
15. 27 with him they crucify two thieves; the
See also Luke i. 56; 2. 5. 13; 5. 9, 19; 7. 6, 12; 8. i, 38;
9, 32; 19. 23; 20. i; 22. 14, 56; 23. ii, 32, [35]; 24. [i],
10, 24, 29, 33, 44; John 18. i ; 21. 3; Acts i. 14, [14, 17],
22; 2. 14 ; 3. 4, 8 ; 4. 13, 14, 27 ; 5. i, 17, 21, 26 ; 8. 20, 31 ;
10. 2, 20, 23 ; 13.7; 14. 4, 4, 5i 13. 20, 28 ; 15. 22, 22, 25 ;
16. 3; 17. 34; 18. 8, 18; 19. 38; 20. 36; 21. i 16, 18, 24,
26, 29; 22-9; 23- 5 27, 32 . 24- 24; 25. 23; 26. 13; 27.
2; 28. 16; Rom. 6. 8; 8. 32; 16. 14, 15; i Co. i. a; 5. 4 1
10. 13; ii. 32; 15. 10; 16. 4, 19; 2 Co. i i, 21 ; 4. 14; 8.
[19] ; Q. 4; 13. 4; Gal. i. 2; a. 3 ; 3.9; 5. 24; Eph. 3. 18;
4. 31; Phil. i. i, 23; 2. 22; 4. 21 ; Col. a. 5, 13, 20; 3. 3,
4, 9; 4. 9; i Th. 4. 14, 17, 17; 5. 10; Jas. i. n; 2 Pe. i.
18.
SS.From under, by, from, viro (gen.) hupo.
Matt. 8. 24 that the ship was covered with the waves
ii. 7 went, .to see? A reed shaken with the w.
14. 24 tossed with waves: for the wind was
co_
Luke 6. 18 they that were vexed [with] unclean spi.
7. 24 went, .to see? A reed shaken with the w.?
8. 14 are choked with cares, and riches, and pi.
21. 20 when ye shall see Jerusalem compassed
Acts 5. 16 them which were vexed with unclean sp.
17. 25 Neither is worshipped with men s hands
27. 41 was broken with the violence of the wav.
Jas. 3. 4 ; 2 Pe. 2. 7 ; 2. 17 ; Rev. 6. 8.
34. To you., vfjiiv humin, Jo. 14. 27 ; Acts 14. 15.
35.ro finre, tx* f-chn, Acts 27. 39.
(See also Abide, abounding, accord, affliction, agree,
away, be, bear, beasts, bound, brought, buried, charge,
child, cieled, clothe, clothed, cloud, come, commune,
communicate, company, compare, compassed, compas
sion, confer, consent, consort, consume continue, cru
cify, deal, drink, dwellers, entangle, feast, feed, filled,
friendship, go, gird, indignation, labour, lie, lien, lieth,
lying, meddle, meddled, meet, mixed, occupy, pleased,
reason, rejoice, rise, run, satisfied satisfy, send, sit, sit
at meat, smite, speak, speed, spring up, stand, suffer,
take, take away, talk, travel, work, young.]
WITH child
Having in the womb, (vyaffrp\ ex ovrra encastri.
Matt. i. 18 she was found with child of the Holy (ill.
i. 23 a virgin shall be with child, and shall br.
24. 19 woe unto them that are with child, and
Marki3_ 17 woe to them that are with child, and to
I. nkc 21. 23 woe unto them that are with child, and
i Th. 5. 3 cometh.. as travail upon a woman with c.
Rev. 12. 2 she being with child cried, travailing in
WITHAL
1 . With them, n^ny bn-hemah.
Exod 30. 4 be for places for the staves to bear it wL
2. With them, fna la-hen.
Exod 25. 29 shall make, .bowls thereof, to cover with
37. 16 his covers to cover withal, (of) pure gold
Lev. n. 21 which have legs, .to leap withal upon the
3. Together, VIIJP, i^TC ~i?! yachad, yachdan.
I sa. 141. 10 into their own nets, whilst that I withal
JYov 22.18 For . . they shall withal be fitted in thy lips
4. With, ay im.
i Sa. 16 12 Now he (was) ruddy, .withal of a beautl.
5. Together with, efytet hama.
Col. j. 3 Withal praying also for ua, that God wo.
i Ti. 5. 13 withal they learn (to be) idle, wa. Phm. 22
6. And, also, xa.1 kai, Acts 25. 27 ; I Ti. 5. 13.
WITHDRAW (far, self), to
I. To gather up or together,
r
,gx asaph.
i Sa. 14. 19 Saul said unto the priest, Withdraw thine
Joel 2. 10 and the stars shall withdraw their shini.
3. 15 and the stars shall withdraw their shini.
2.7V; be gathered up or together, f)BK asaph, 2.
Isa. 60. 20 neither shall thy moon withdraw itself
3. To diminish, withdraw, yij gara.
Job 36. 7 He withdraweth not his eyes from the ri.
4.7>> arm, withdraw, draw away, f(?n chalats.
Hos. 5. 6 LORD, .hath withdrawn himself from them
b. To withdraw, p^ri chamaq.
Song 5. 6 but my beloved had withdrawn himself
6. To cause to rest, nu nuach, 5.
Eccl. 7. 18 yea, also from this withdraw not thine ha.
7. To make rare or precious, ip; yaqar, 5.
Prov25. 17 Withdraw thy foot from thy neighbour s
S.To drive or force away, rnj nadach, 5.
Dent 13. 13 have withdrawn the inhabitants of their
9. To givearefractoryshoulder,rrrns ^5 \r>)\_nathaii}.
Neh. 9. 29 withdrew the shoulder, and hardened the.
10.7 o (cause to) turn aside, "D sur, 5.
Job 33. 17 that he may withdraw man (from his) pur.
II. Tn put far off, prn racfiaq, 5.
Job 13. 21 Withdraw thine hand far from me, and
12. To cause to turn back, iw shub, 5.
Job 9. 13 (If) God will not withdraw his anger, the
I sa. 74. ii Why withdrawest thou thy hand, even thy
Lam. 2. 8 he hath not withdrawn his hand from de
Eze. 1 8. 8 hath withdrawn his hand from iniquity
20. 22 I withdrew mine hand, and wrought for
13. To give place again, withdraw, avaxuptu-
Mntt.ia. 15 when Jesus knew, .he withdrew himself
Mark 3. 7 Jesus withdrew himself with his disciples
1 4. To draw away, airoffirda) apospao.
Luke22. 41 he was withdrawn from them about a sto.
15. To set, put or place away, afylvrtini aphistemi.
1 Ti. 6. 5 [corrupt minds, .from such withdraw th.]
1 6. To withdraw self, avoid, beware of, errf\\o/j.ai.
2 Th. 3. 6 that ye withdraw yourselves fi-om every
17. To send under, withdraw, vtroa-rt\\whupostello.
Gal 2. 12 withdrew and separated himself, fearing
\.To</ive2)lace under, secretly, quietly, virox<apf(a.
Luke. 5. 16 withdrew himself into the wilderness, and
WITHER, be withered (away), to
1. To be dry, dried up, eg; yabesh.
Job 8. 12 Whilst, .not cut down, it withereth bef.
Psa. 90. 6 in the evening it is cut down, and wither.
102. 4 My heart issmitten, and withered likegr.
102. ii My days (are) like a shadow. .1 am with.
129. 6 grass, .which withereth afore it groweth
Isa. 15. 6 the nay is withered away, the grass faileth
19. 7 every thing sown by the brooks, shall wi.
27. ii When the boughs thereof are withered, th.
40 7, 8 The grass withereth, the flower fadetli
40. 24 they shall wither, and the whirlwind sha.
.Ter. 12. 4 How long shall., the herbs of. .field wither
Lam. 4. 8 their skin. .it is withered, it is become like
Eze. 17. 9 shall he not..cut off the fruit. .that it wi.V
17. 9 it shall wither in all the leaves of her sp.
17. 10 shall it not utterly wither.. it shall wither
19. 12 her strongrods were broken and withered
Joel i. 12 all the trees of the field are withered, bee.
i. 17 barns are broken down.. corn is withered
Amos i. 2 And he said.. the top of Carmel shall wit.
4. 7 the piece whereupon it rained not withered
Jon. 4. 7 a worm., smote the gourd that it withered
2. To (cause to) dry up, a: yabesh, 5.
Joel : 12 joy is withered away from the sons of men
i. 17 broken down ; for the corn is withered
3. To fade, wear away, S?: nabel.
Psa. i. 3 his leaf also shall not wither; and what.
37. 2 cut down, .and wither as the green herb
4. To be hard, dry, withered, lean, D& tsanam.
Gen. 41. 23 And, behold, seven ears, withered, thin
5. To wither, pine, be weak, Vcp qamal.
Isa. 19. 6 dried up: the reeds and flags shall wither
6. To dry up, wither, ^ripaivu xeraino.
Matt 13. 6 because they had no root ; they withered a.
21. 19 And presently the fig tree withered away
21. 20 How soon is the flg tree withered away
Mark 3. i there was a man there which had a with.
3. 3 he saith unto the man [which had the wi.]
4. 6 and because it had no root, it withered
n. 21 fig tree which thou cursedst is with, away
Luke 8. 6 as soon as it was sprung up, it withered
Johnis. 6 he is cast forth as a branch, and is with.
Jas. i. ii risen with a burning heat, but it withereth
i Pe. i . 24 The grass withereth, and the flower thereof
7. Dry, withered, Irjpo s xeros.
Matt 12. 10 there was a man which had (his) hand wi.
Luke 6 6 a man whose right hand was withered
6. 8 said to the man which had the withered
John 5. 3 of impotent folk, of blind, halt, withered
WITHIN
WITHERETH, whose fruit
Withering autumnalfruit, (pdu airupivos phthinop.
Jude 12 trees whose fruit withereth, without fruit
WITHHOLD (self), be withholden, to
1. To be cut of, is; batsar, 2.
Job 42. 2 no thought can be withholden from thee
2. To take a pledge, bind on, "?an chafial.
Eze. 18. 16 hath not withholden the pledge, neither
3. To keep back, withhold, ?tyy chasak.
Gen. 20. 6 I also withheld thee from sinning against
22. 12, 16 hast not withheld thy son, thine only
Prov.ii. 24 (there is) that withholdeth more than U
4. To cause to rest, rj 3 nuach, 5.
Eccl.n. 6 in the evening withhold not thine hand
5. To shut, restrain, nS$ kola.
Gen. 23. 6 none of us shall withholdfromtheehisse.
Psa. 40. ii Withhold not thou thy teudermerciesfrom
6. To withhold, keep back, J, ,9 mana.
Gen. 30. 2 who hath withheld from thee the fruit of
1 Sa. 25. 26 the LORI> hath withholden thee from com.
2 Sa. 13. 13 for he will not withhold me from thee
Neh. 9. 20 withheldestnot thy mannafrom their mo.
Job 22. 7 thou hast withholden bread from the hu.
31. 16 If I have withheld the poorfrom(their)de.
Psa. 21. 2 hast not withholden the request of his lips
84. ii no good(thing) will he withhold from them
Prov. 3. 27 Withhold not good from them to whom
11. 26 He that withholdeth corn, the peopleshall
23. 13 Withhold not correction from the child
Eccl. 2. 10 I withheld not my heart from any joy, for
Jer. 2. 25 Withhold thyfootfromhcingunshod, and
5. 25 your sins have withholdengood(things)fr.
Amos 4. 7 I have withholden the rain from you, when
1 .To be withheld, kept back, VJ mana, 2.
Job 38. 15 and from the wicked their light is withho.
Jer. 3. 3 the showers have been withholden, and
Joel 1. 13 the drink offering is withholden from the
8. To keep In, restrain, detain, retain, ~iyy atsar.
Job 4. 2 who can withhold himself from speaking
12. 15 he withholdeth the waters, and they dry
9. To hold down or fast. Kartxu katecho.
2 Th. 2. 6 ye know what withholdeth that he might
WITHIN (me, self, the*, from)
1. Unto, ^el.
Lev. 26. 25 when ye are gathered together within yo.
2. Between, J 2 ben.
Job 24. ii (Which) make oil within their walls, (and)
3. In the belly, joa? be-beten. Prov. 22. 18.
3. Within me (ofmy belly), JB? [beten]. Job 32.18.
4.From within, ivja mib-bayith.
Gen. 6. 14 shalt pitch it within and without with pi.
39. ti none of the men of the house there with.
Exod 25. 1 1 within and without shalt thou overlay it
26. 33 thou mayest bring in thither within the
37. 2 he overlaid it with pure gold within and
Lev 14. 41 cause the house to be scraped within round
16. 2 into the holy (place) within the veil before
16. 12 take a censer, .and bring (it) within the
16. 15 bring his blood within the veil, and do
Num 18. 7 every thing of the altar, and within the
1 Ki. 6. 15 he built the walls of the house within wi.
6. 16 he even built (them) for it within, (even)
7. 8 his house..(had) another court within the
7. 9 sawed with saws, within and without, ev.
7. 31 the mouth of it within the chapiter and
2 Ki. 6. 30 behold, (he had) sackcloth within upon his
Eze. i. 27 the appearance of fire round about with.
7. 15 and the pestilence and the famine within
40. 7 by the porch of the gate within, (was) one
40. 8 measured . . the porch of the gate within
40. 43 within (were) hooks, an hand broad, faste.
41. 9 place of the side chambers that (were) wit.
44. 17 in the gates of the inner court, and within
5.From behind, from through, ii3P mil-bead.
Song 4. i thou (hast) doves eyes within thy locks
4. 3 a piece of a pomegranate within thy locks
6. 7 As a piece of a pomegranate, .within thy
6. From inner chambers, D%-nrx: me-chadarim.
Deut-32. 25 The sword without, andterror within, sh.
7./H the bosom, p ~5 be-cheq.
Job 19. 27 (though) my reins be consumed within me
8. During, until, "ty ad.
Dan. 6. 12 shall ask (a petition), .within thirty days.
9. With. T?y immad.
Job 6. 4 the arrows of the Almighty (are) within
10.(On the) face, c i$ paAim.
Eze. 2. 10 and it (was) written within and without
11. Within, inner part, C J9 penim.
Lev 10. 18 the blood of it was not brought in wit.iin
1 Ki. 6. 1 8 the cedar of the house within (was) canr.
6. 19 the oracle he prepared in the house with.
6. 21 Solomon overlaid the house within with
6. 29 palm trees and open flowers, within and
6. 30 he overlaid with gold, within and without
2 Ki. 7. 1 1 and they told (it) to the king s house wit.
2 Ch. 3. 4 And he overlaid it within with pure gold
FML 45. 13 The king s daughter (is) all glorious with.
Eze. 40. 16 to their posts within the gate ronnd abo
WITHOUT 1063 WITHSTAND
12. inner part, within, ? }? penimi.
Eze. 4I . 17 by all the wall round about, within and
13. In the heart, midst, centre of, ir$& be-qereb.
Gen. 1 8. 12 Sarah laughed within herself, saying, Af.
25. 22 the children struggled together within
Deut -8. 43 The stranger that (is) within thee shall get
i Sn -> 5 . 37 his heart died within him, and he became
Job jo. 14 (Vet) his meat . .(is) the gull of asps within
TWL 36. i transgression of the wicked saith within
39. 3 My heart was hot within me; while I was
51. 10 Create, .and renew a right spirit within
55. 4 My heart is sore pained within me, and
94. i Q In the multitude of my thoughts within
101. 2 I will walk within my house with a perf.
101. 7 that worketh deceit shall not dwell within
103. i all that is within me, (bless)
his holy na
IOQ. 22 I (am) poor. . my heart is wounded within
147! 13 he hath blessed thy children within thee
Prov 26. 24 He that hateth. .layeth up deceit within
Isa. 26. 9 with my spirit within me will I seek thee
63. 1 1 where (is) he that put his Holy Spirit wi.
Jer. 4. 14 long shall thy vain thoughts lodge within
23. 9 Mine heart within me is broken because
Lam. i. 20 mine heart is turned within me; for I ha.
Eze. ii. 19 I will put a new spirit within you ; and I
36. 26 a new spirit will I put within you ; and I
36. 27 I will put my spirit within you, and cause
Zeph. 3. 3 Her princes within her (are) roaring lions
Zech.i2. i and formeth the spirit of man within him
14. In the midst of, ijins be-thok.
Gen. 9. 21 and he was uncovered within his tent
18. 24 Peradventure there be fifty righteous wi.
1 8. 26 If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within
Deut 23. 10 he shall not come within the camp
Josh. 19. i their inheritance was within the inherit.
19. g had their inheritance within the inherit.
21. 41 All the cities of the Levites within the p.
Judg. 7. 1 6 empty pitchers, and lamps within the pi.
9. 51 there was a strong tower within the city
2 Sa. 7. 2 the ark of God dwelleth within curtains
i Ki. 6. 27 he set the cherubim within the inner hou.
Neh. 4. 22 Let every one with his servant lodge wit.
6. 10 Let us meet together, .within the temple
Job 20. 13 forsake it not, but keep it still within his
Psa. 40. 3 I delight to do thy will . . thy law (is) within
40. 10 I have not hid thy righteousness within
143. 4 Therefore, .my heart within me is despl.
Eze. 3. 24 said unto me, Go, shut thyself within thine
12. 24 nor flattering divination within the house
15. Through, during, did (gen.} dia.
Mark 14. 58 within three days I will build another
16./, among, 4v en.
Matt. 3. 9 think not to say within yourselves, We
9. 3 certain of the scribes said within themse.
9. 21 she said within herself, If I may but to.
Mark 2. 8 that they so reasoned within themselves
Luke 3. 8 begin not to say within yourselves, We
7. 39 he spake within himself, saying, This m.
7. 49 began to say within themselves, Who is
i2. 17 he thought within himself, saying, What
16. 3 the steward said within himself, What
18. 4 afterward he said within himself, Though
19. 44 lay thee even, .and thy children within
24. 32 Did not our heart burn within us, while
Rom. 8. 23 even we ourselves groan within ourselves
17. Within, fvros entos.
Matt23- 26 cleanse first that, .within the cup and pi.
Lukei7. 21 behold, the kingdom ofGod is withinyou
18. Into, in, within, t<r<a eso.
John 20. >6 after eight days, again his disciples were w.
Acts 5.23 when we had opened, we found no man wi.
1 Co. 5. 12 For. .do not ye judge them thatare within?
19.From within, tcraiQfv esothen.
Matt23. 25 within they are full oi extortion and exc.
23. 27 but are within full of dead (men s) bones
23. 28 within ye are full of hypocrisy and iuiqu.
Mark 7. 21 For from within, out of the heart of men
7. 23 All these evil things come from within
Luken. 7 And he from within shall answer and say
ii. 40 did not he. .make that which is within
2 Co. 7. 5 without (were) fightings, within (were)
Hev. 4. 8 the four beasts . .(were) full of eyes within
5. i I saw. .a book written within and on the
20. Inner, interior, Icrwrtpos esoteros.
Heb. 6. 19 which entereth into that within the veil
21. Toward, amung, irpds (ace. ) pros.
Marki4. 4 there were some that had indignation wi.
WITHOUT, (fron.)
1. Behind, tinx achor.
Eze. 2. 10 and it (was) written within and without
2. There is not, |;x ayin.
Gen. 41. 49 until he left numbering : for (it was) wit.
3.7>i cessation of, 05x3 be-ephes.
Job 7. 6 than a weaver s shuttle, and are spent w.
Dan. 8. 25 stand up. .but he shall be broken without
4. Unto from the place of, jvsp Vx el-mib-beth.
2 Ki.n. 15 said. .Have her forth without the ranges
5. Without, *>3 beli.
Job 8. ii Can the rush, .can the flag grow without
6. In not, without, <l?^3 bi-beli.
Job 35. 16 he multiplieth words without knowledge
7. So as not, without, "^h li-beli.
Job 41. 33 there is not his like, who is made without
8. Except, without, save, besides, "y.^3 bilade.
Gen. 4 1. 44 I (am) Pharaoh, and without thee shall
2 Ki.iS. 25 Am I. .come up without the LORD against
Isa. 36. 10 am I. .come up without the LORD against
Jer. 44. 19 did we make her cakes . . without our men?
9. Without, save, not, besides, J/T3 bilti.
Isa. 10. 4 Without me they shall bow down under
Dun. 1 1. i3 without his osvu reproach he shall cause
10. %> as not, R:Z7 le-bilti.
Judg.2. 23 LOKD left those nations, without driving
11. Outside, imthout, pn chuts.
Gen. 6. 14 shalt pitch it within and without with pi.
9. 22 Ham. .saw. .and told his two brethren w.
19. 16 they brought him forth, and set him wit.
24. ii he made his camels to kneel down with.
24. 31 Come in. .wherefore standest thou with.?
Exod25. ii within and without shalt thou overlay it
26. 35 thou shalt set the table without the veil
27. 21 In the tabernacle, .without the veil, wh.
29. 14 shalt thou burn with fire without the ca.
33. 7 pitched it without the camp, .without the
37. 2 overlaid it with pure gold within and wi.
40. 22 he put the table in the tent, .without the
Lev. 4. 12 the whole bullock shall he carry forth wi.
4. 21 he shall carry forth the bullock without
6. 1 1 carry forth the ashes without the camp
8. 17 the bullock, .he burnt with fire without
9. ii the hide he burnt with fire without the
13. 46 without the camp (shall) his habitation
14. 40 cast them into an unclean place without
14. 41 pour out the dust that they scrape off wi.
16. 27 shall (one) carry forth without the camp
24. 3 Without the veil of the testimony, in the
24. 14 Bring forth him that hath cursed without
Num. 5. 3 without the camp shall ye put theni that
5. 4 Israel did so, and put them out without
15. 35 shall stone him with stones without the
15. 36 all the congregation brought him without
19. 3 that he may bring her forth without the
19. 9 lay. .up without the camp in a clean place
31. 13 went forth to meet them without the ca.
31. 19 And do ye abide without the camp seven
35- 5 ye shall measure from without the city on
35. 27 And the revenger of blood find him with.
Deut 23. 12 Thou shalt have a place also without the
25. 5 the wife of the dead shall not marry wit.
32. 25 The sword without, and terror within, sh.
Josh. 6. 23 and left them without the camp of Israel
1 Ki. 6. 6 for without (in the wall) of the house he
7. 9 sawedwith saws, within and without, even
8. 8 they were not seen without : and there
2 Ki. 10. 24 Jehu appointed fourscore men without
23. 4 he burned them without Jerusalem, in the
23. 6 he brought out the grove, .without Jeru.
2 Ch. 5. 9 the ends of the staves.. were not seen wi.
24. 8 set it without at the gate of the house of
32. 3 waters of the fountains which (were) wit.
32. 5 built, .all the wall, .and another wall wi.
p]zra 10. 13 we are not able to stand without, neither
Neh. 13. 20 lodged without Jerusalem once or twice
Psa. 31.11 they that did see me without fled from me
Prov. i. 20 Wisdom crieth without ; she uttereth her
7. 12 Now. .without, now in the street, and Ii.
22. 13 a lion without,! shall be slain in the str.
24. 27 Prepare thy work without, and make it
Song a. i I should find thee without, I would kiss
Isa. 33. 7 Behold, their valiant ones shall cry with.
Jer. 9. 21 entered, .to cut off the children from wi.
21. 4 which besiege you without the walls, and
Eze. 7.15 The sword (is) without, and the pestilence
40. 19 unto the fore front of the inner court wi.
40. 40 at the side without, as one goeth up to the
40. 44 without the inner gate (were) the chamb.
41. 9 which (was) for the side chamber without
41. 17 even unto the inner house, and without
41. 25 planks upon the face of the porch without
42. 7 the wall that (was) without over against
43. 21 he shall burn it. .without the sanctuary
46. 2 by the way <>f the porch of (that) gate w.
47. 2 led me about the way without unto the
Hos. 7. i (and) the troop of robbers spoileth without
12. Outward, without, jii"n chitson.
1 Ki. 6. 29 the walls of the house, .within and with.
6. 30 the floor of the house, .within and without
2 Ki. 1 6. 18 the king s entry without, turned he from
v Ch.33. 14 Now after this he built a wall without the
Eze. 41. 17 all the wall round about, within and wit.
13. Baldness in the front, n-3? gdbbachath.
Lev. 13. 55 inward, (whether) it (be) bare within or w.
14. That (is) not, N^-n di la.
Ezra 7. 22 baths of oil, and salt without prescribing
15. Not, bi.
2 Sa. 23. 4 a morning without clouds ; (as) the tend.
2 Ki. 25. 16 brass of all these vessels was without we.
.16. In not, without, K*?3 be-lo.
Nuni35. 22 if he thrust him suddenly without enmity
Job 8. ii Can the rush grow up without mire? can
17.^0 that not, without, tf
1
?? le-lo.
2 Ch.is. 3 without, .true God. .without, .priest, .w.
Job 26. 2 How hast thou helped (him that is) with.
18. Without, awayfrom, &vtv aneu.
Matt 10. 29 of them shall not fall on the ground wit.
i Pe. 3. i they also may without the word be won
4. 9 Use hospitality one to another without
19. In the absence of, &np ater.
Luke 22. 35 When I sent you without purse, and scrip.
20. Out of, IK ek.
Jas. 2. 18 show me thy faith without thy works, and
21. Outside, without, except, besides, ^Kr6s ektos.
i Co. 6. 1 8 Every sin that a mandoeth is without the
22. Outside, witlwut, ?{w exit.
Matt 12. 46 (his) mother and his brethren stood with.
12. 47 thy mother and thy brethren stand with.
26. 69 Now Peter sat without in the palace, and
Mark i. 45 but was without in desert places; and they
3. 31 and, standing without, sent unto him
3. 32 thy mother and thy brethren without seek
4. ii but unto them that are without, allXthese)
ii. 4 found the colt tied by the door without
Luke i. 10 the whole multitude.. were prayilia with.
13. 25 ye begin to stand without, and to 8. 20.
John 18. 16 But Peter stood at the door without
20. ii Mary stood [without] at the sepulchre we.
Acts 5. 23 the keepers standing [without] before the
i Co. 5. 12 have I to do to judge them. .that are wi.t
5. 13 But them that are without God judgeth
Col. 4. 5 Walk in wisdom toward them that are wi.
1 Th. 4. 12 walk honestly toward them that are wit.
Heb. 13. ii the bodies., are burnt without the camp
13. 12 Wherefore Jesus.. suffered without the g.
13. 13 Let us go forth. .unto him without the ca.
Rev. 14. 20 the wine press was trodden without the
22. 15 For [without] (are) dogs, and sorcerers, and
23. From without, externally, tu0ci/ exolhen.
Mark 7. 15 There is nothing from without a man
7. 18 whatsoever thing from without entereth
Luken. 40 did not he that made that which is with.
2 Co. 7. 5 without (were) fightings, within (were) fe.
1 Ti. 3. 7 have a good report of them which are wL
Rev. ii. 2 the court [which is without] the temple
li.Not with, ov utrd (gen.) ou meta.
Acts 5. 26 the captain..brought them without viole.
2d.JVot, fji-fi me.
Acts 9. 9 he was three days without sight, and ne.
26. Outside, except, without, irapfKros parektos.
2 Co.ii. 28 Besides those things that are without, that
27. Apart, apart from, xps chdris.
Matt 13. 34 without a parable spake he not untothem
Mark 4. 34 without a parable spake he not unto them
Luke 6. 49 is like a man that without a foundation
John i. 3 without him was not any thing made that
15. 5 I am the vine.. without me ye can do not.
Rom. 3. 21 the righteousness of God without the law
3. 28 a man is justified by faith without the d.
4. 6 untowhomGod imputeth righteousness w.
7. 8 For without the law sin (was) dead
7. 9 For I was alive without the law once, but
10. 14 how shall they hear without a preacher?
i Co. 4. 8 ye have reigned as kings without us, and
11. ii neither is the man without the woman
ii. ii neither the woman without the man
Eph. 2. 12 That at that time ye were without Christ
Phil. 2. 14 Do all things without murmurings and
1 Ti. 2. 8 lifting up holy hands, without wrath and
5. 21 that thou observe these things without pr.
Phm. 14 But without thy mind would I do nothing
Heb. 4. 15 but was in all points tempted..without sin
7. 7 without. .contradiction, the less is blessed
7. 20 And inasmuch as not without an oath
7. 21 For those priests were made without an
9. 7 priest alone once every year, not without
9. 18 neither the first. .was dedicated without
9. 22 without shedding of blood is no remission
9. 28 the second time without sin unto salvat.
10. 28 He that.despised Moses law died without
11. 6 But without faith (it is) impossible to pi.
1 1. 40 that they without us should not be made
12. 8 if ye be without chastisement, whereof all
12. 14 holiness, without which no man shall see
Jas. 2. 20 thou know, O vain man, that faith without
2. 26 For as the body without the spirit is dead
2. 26 so faith without works is dead also
[See also Affection, blame, blemish, cause, care, ceasing,
charge, children, come, controversy, coast covetousness,
descent, dissimulation, destruction, doubt, effect,
end, excuse, fail, father, fear, form, from, fruit, gain
saying, god, hands, honour, hypocrisy, leaven, life,
measure, mercy, mixture, mother, offence, partiality
rebuke, repentance, signification, sin, spot, strength
towns, understanding, wages, water, wavering, witness.
WITHOUT cause, any delay, a seam (to be)
I. In cessation of, D?N3 be-ephes.
Isa. 52. 4 Assyrian oppressed them without cause
2. To turn aside, i?D sur.
Prov ii. 22 a fair woman which is without discretion
3. To make no delay, avafio\i]v p.t]^f^iav irottu.
Acts 25. 17 without any delay on the morrow I sat on
4. Without a seam, &ppa<t>os arrhaphos.
John 19. 23 the coat was without seam ; woven from
WTTHS
A cord, string, TV yether.
Judgifi. 7 If they bind me with seven preen withs
16. 8 seven green witlis which had not been
16. 9 he brake the withs, as a thread of tow U
WITHSTAND, to
\.To strengthen self, ptri chazaq, 7.
2 Ch. 13. 7 when Rehoboam . . could not withstand th.
13. 8 ye think to withstand the kingdom of th
WITNESS 10G4 WOE
2. To set up self, withstand, r; yatsab, 7.
2 Ch.2o. 6 so that none is able to withstand thee
3. To stand against or before,^
1
?, "Uj) Sy -\S%[amad].
2 Ch.26. 18 they withstood Uzziah the king, and said
Esth. 9. 2 no man could withstand them ; for the
Eccl. 4. 12 if one prevail, .two shall withstand him
Dan. 10. 13 prince of the kingdom of Persia withstood
11. 15 shall not withstand .. strength to withsta.
4. One opposing, an opponent, ]$? satan.
.Num. 22. 32 I went out to withstand thee, because (thy)
5. To set or place against, a.v6iffTT]/*i ant/nstemi.
Acts 13. 8 Elymas. .withstood them, seeking to turn
Gal. 2. 1 1 I withstood him to the face, because he
Eph. 6. 13 that ye may be able to withstand in the
a Ti. 3. 8 as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses
4. 15 for he hath greatly withstood our words
6. To hinder, withhold, forbid, K(a\via kuhtd.
Acts ii. 17 what was I, that I could withstand God
"WITNESS, (false, without)
1. Witness, iy ed.
Gen. 31. 44 let it be for a witnessbetween me and th.
31. 48 This heap (is) a witness between me and
31. 50 see, God (is) witness betwixt me and thee
31. 52 This heap (be) witness, and this pillar
Kxod2o. 16 Thou shalt not bear false witness against
22. 13 let him bring it (for) witness, (and) he sh.
23. i the wicked to be an unrighteous witness
Lev. 5. i (is)a witness, whether he hath seen or kno.
Num. 5. 13 (there be) no witness against her, neither
35. 30 the mouth of witnesses: but one witness
Deutt 5. 20 Neither shalt thou bear false witness aga.
17. 6 two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he
17. 6 at the mouth of one witness he shall not
17. 7 The hands of the witnesses shall be first up.
19. 15 One witness, .two witnesses, .three witn.
19. 16 If a false witness rise up against any man
19. 1 8 behold, (if) the witness (be) a false witness
31. 19 that this song may be a witness for me
31.21 song shall testify against them as a witn.
31. 26 it may be there for a witness against thee
Josh. 22. 27 it (may be) a witness between us and you
22. 28 but it (is) a witness between us and you
22. 34 it (shall be) a witness between us that the
24. 22 Ye (are) witnesses. .(We are) witnesses
Ruth 4. 9 Ye (are) witnesses this day, that I-have bo.
4. 10 to raise up the name, .ye (are) witnesses
4. ii and the elders, said, (We are) witnesses
1 Sa. 12. 5 The LORD (is) witness, .his anointed(is) w.
12. 5 And they answered, (He is) witness
Job 10. 17 Thou renewest thy witnesses against me
16. 8 wrinkles, (which) is a witness (against me)
16. 19 my witness (is) in heaven, and my record
Psa. 27. 12 false witnesses are risen up against me, and
35. ii False witnesses did rise up: they laid to
89. 37 be established . .(as) a faithful witness in
Prov. 6. 19 A false witness (that) speaketh lies, and
12. 17 showeth. .righteousness: but a false wit.
14. 5 witness will not lie: but a false witness
14. 25 A true witness delivereth souls: butade.
19. 5, 9 Afalse witness shall not be unpunished
19. 28 An ungodly witness scorneth judgment
21. 28 A false witness shall perish: but the man
24. 28 Be not a witness against thy neighbour wi.
25. 18 A man that beareth false witness against
Isa. 8. 2 I took unto me faithful witnesses to rec.
19. 20 it shall be forasign and for a witness unto
43. 9 let them bring forth their witnesses, that
43. 10, 12 Ye (are) my witnesses, saith the LORD
44. -8 have declared (it)? ye (are) even my witn.
44. 9 they (are) their own witnesses; they see
55. 4 I have given him (for) a witness to thepe.
Jer. 29. 23 I know, and (am) a witness, saith the LORD
32. 10 took witnesses, and weighed (him)the mo.
32. 12 in the presence of the witnesses that sub.
32. 25 Buy thee the field, .and take witnesses
32. 44 seal (them), and take witnesses in the land
42. 5 The LORD be a true and faithful witness
Mic. i. 2 let the Lord GOD be witness against you
Mai. 3. 5 I will be a swift witness against the sore.
2. Witness, my edah.
Gen. 21. 30 they may be a witnessunto me, that I ha.
31. 52 and (this) pillar (be) witness, that I will
Josh.24. 27 Behold, this stone shall be a witness un.
24. 27 it shall be therefore a witness unto you
3. Witness, testimony, nny edulh.
Kumi7. 7 Moses laid up..in the tabernacle of witness
17. 8 Moses went into the tabernacle of witness
1 8. 2 (minister) before the tabernacle of witness
2 Ch.24. 6 collection . . for the tabernacle of witness
4. To hear, hearken, ycy shamea.
Judg 1 1. 10 The LORD be witness between us, if we do
5. Witness, martyr, /jidprvs martus.
Matt 18. 16 in the mouth of two or three witnesses
26. 65 what further need have we of witnesses?
Mark] 4. 63 saith, What need we any further witnes.
Luke24. 48 And ye are witnessses of these things
Acts i. 8 ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Je.
1. 22 must one be ordained to be a witness with
2. 32 God raised up, whereof we all are witne.
3. 15 raised from the dead; whereof we are wi.
5. 32 we are his witnesses of these things, and
6. 13 set up false witnesses, which said, This
7. 58 the witnesses laid down their clothes at
10. 39 we are witnesses of all things which he
10. 41 Not to all the people, but unto witnesses
xa. 31 who are hi witnesses unto the people
Acts 22. 15 thou shalt be his witness unto all men of
26. 1 6 to make thee a minister and a witness bo.
Rom. i. 9 God is my witness, whom I serve with my
2 Co. 13. i In the mouth of two or three witnesses
i Th. 2. 5 nor a cloak of covetousness; God (is) wit.
2. 10 Ye (are) witnesses, and God (also), now
1 Ti. 5. 19 receive not. .but before two or three it.
6. 12 a good profession before many witnesses
2 Ti. 2. 2 hast heard of me among many witnussr*
ileb. 10. 28 without mercy under two or three witne.
12. i compassed, .with so great a cloud of wit.
i Pe. 5. i and a witness of the sufferings of Christ
Rev. i. 5 Jesus Christ, (who is) the faithful witness
3. 14 the faithful and true witness, the beginn.
ii. 3 I will give (power) unto my two witnesses
6. Witness, testimony, naprvpia marturia.
Marki4. 55 the council sought for witness against J.
14. 56 but their witness agreed not together
14. 59 neither so did their witness agree toget.
Luke22. 71 What need we any further witness? for
John i. 7 The same came for a witness, to bear
3. ii have seen: and ye receive not ourwitness
5. 31 I bear, .of myself, my witness is not true
5. 32 and I know that the witness which he
5. 36 I have greater witness than (that) of John
Titus i. 13 This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke
i Jo. 5. 9 receive the witness of men, the witness
5. 9 this is the witness of God which he hath
5. 10 He that believeth. .hath the witness in
Rev. 20. 4 them that were beheaded for the witness
7. Witness, testimony, naprvpiov marturion.
Matt 24. 14 preached in all the world for a witness
Acts 4. 33 with great power gave the apostles witne.
7. 44 Our fathers had the tabernacle of witness
Jas. 5. 3 the rust of them shall be a witness again.
8. Without a witness, not testified to, &.fj.dprvpos.
Acts 14. 17 he left not himself without witness, in that
9.^4 false or lying witness, \l/tv$ofj.dpTop pseudom.
Matts6. 60 [many false witnesses, .two false witnes ]
i Co. 15. 15 and we are found false witnesses of God
IQ.False or lying iesiivwny, tyfvSo/j.apTvpia.
Matti5. 19 fornications, thefts, false witness, basph
26. 59 the council, sought false witness against
WITNESS, (to be, bear, ooll to, give, take to), obtain-
1. To be a witness, bear testimony, i y ud.
Lam. 2. 13 What thing shall I take to witness for thee
2.To cause to bear witness, ~i*y ud, 5.
Deut. 4. 26 I call heaven and earth to witness again,
i Ki. 21. 10 set two men. .before him, to bear witness
21. 13 the men of Belial witnessed against him
Job 29. ii when the eye saw (me), it gave witness to
Mai. 2. 14 the LORD hath been witness between th.
3. To respond, answer, njy anah.
i Sa. 12. 3 witness against me before the LORD, and
Isa. 3. 9 show of their countenance doth witness
3a. Answer witness, ny rny anah ed.
Exod. 20. 14 ; Job 16. 8 ; Prov. 25. 18.
4. To be a witness, bear testimony, ^aprvpeta mart.
Matt 23. 31 ye be witnesses unto yourselves, that ye
Luke 4.22 all bare him witness, and wondered at
ii. 48 Truly [ye bear witness] that ye allow the
John i. 7 came, .to bear witness of the Light, that
i. 8 but (was sent) to bear witness of that Li.
i 15 John bare witness of him, and cried, say.
3. 26 he. .to whom thou barest witness, behold
3. 28 Ye yourselves bear me witness, that I sa.
5. 31 If I bear witness of myself, my. .is not
5. 32 There is another that beareth witness of
5. 32 I know that the witness which he witne.
5. 33 Ye sent unto John, and he bare witness
5. 36 same works that I do, bear witness of me
5. 37 the Father himself, .hath borne witness
8. 18 I am one that bear witness of myself, and
8. 1 8 the Father that sent me beareth witness
10. 25 the works that I do. .they bear witness of
15. 27 ye also shall bear witness, because ye ha.
18. 23 If I have spoken evil, bear witness of the
18. 37 that I should bear witnessunto the truth
Acts 10. 43 To him give all the prophets witness, th.
15. 8 God, which knoweththe hearts, bare . .wi.
22. 5 As also the high priest doth bear me wit.
23. ii so must thou bear witness also at Rome
26. 22 witnessing both to small and great, saying
Rom. 3. 21 being witnessed by the Law and the Pro.
i Ti. 6. 13 who before Pontius Pilate witnessed a go.
Heb. 7. 8 he. .of whom it is witnessed that he live.
10. 15 the Holy Ghost alsois a witness to us, for
11. 4 by which he obtained witness that he was
i Jo. i. 2 we have seen, .and bear witness, and sho.
5. 6 And it is the spirit that beareth witness
5. 8 [there are three that bear witness in earth]
3 John 6 Which have borne witness of thy charity
5. To bear thorough witness, Sia/jLaprvpo/uiaidiamar.
Acts 20. 23 Save that the Holy Ghost witnesseth iii
WITNESS, against, also, with, to bear
1. To bear witness against, Kara^aprvpfta katamar.
Matt26. 62 what (is it which) these witness against
27. 13 how many things they witness against
Mark 1 4. 60 what (is it which) these witness against
15. 4 how many things [they witness against]
2. To bear witness with, <rv/jLfj.aprvp(<a summartured.
Rom. 2. 15 their conscience also bearing witness, and
8. 16 The spirit itself beareth witness with our
9. i iny conscience also bearing me witness iii
Z.To bear witness with, ffvvtTri/j.aprvpfii> sunepimar,
Heh. 2. 4 God also bearing, .witness, both with signs
WITNESS, to bear false
To bear a false or. lying witness, \fi(vSofj.aprvpfu.
Matt 19. 18 He saith. .thou shaltuot bear false witne.
Markio. 19 Do notsteal, Do not bear false witness, De.
14. 56 For many bare false witness against him
14. 57 there arose certain, and bare false wit nr>s
LukeiS. 20 Do not steal. Do not bare false witness
Rom 13. 9 this, .[thou shalt not bare false witness]
WITTINGLY, to guide
To act wisely, intelligently, bzy sakal, 3.
Gen. 48. 14 guiding his hands wittingly : IorManass.
WIZARD
A knowing one, a wizard, ijn: yiddeoni.
Lev. 19. 31 neither seek after wizards, to be defiled **y
20. 6 the soul that turneth after. . wizards, 10 go
20. 27 hath a familiar spirit, or that is a wizard
Deut 18. ii Or a charmer, .or a wizard, .ora necrom.
1 Sa. 28. 3 Saul had put away . . the wizards, out of the
28. 9 how he hath cut off. .the wizards, out of
2 Ki.2i. 6 and dealt with familiar spirits and wizar.
23. 24 familiar spirits, and the wizards, and the
2 Cli.33. 6 dealt with a familiar spirit, and withwi*
Isa. 8. 19 Seek, .unto wizards that peep and that m.
19. 3 they shall seek to the idols, and . . wizards
WOE (worth), woeful
1.0 / (interj. of sorrow) in oy.
Nuni2i. 29 Woe to thee Moab ! thou art undone, O
i Sa. 4. 7 Woe unto us! for there hath not been such
4. 8 Woe unto us ! who shall deliver us out of
Prov. 23. 29 Whohath woe? who hath sorrow? who hath
Isa. 3. 9 Woe unto their soul, forthey have reward.
3. ii Woe unto the wicked ! (it shall be) ill (with
6. 5 Woe (is) me ! for I am undone ; because
24. 16 My leanness, my leanness, woe unto me
Jer. 4. 1 3 Behold. . Woe unto us ! for we are spoiled
4. 31 Woe (is) me now, for my soul is wearied, be.
6. 4 Woe unto us for the day goeth away, for
10. 19 Woe is me for my hurt ! my wound is griev.
13. 27 Woe unto thee, O Jerusalem ! wilt thou
15. 10 Woe is me, my mother, that thou hast
45. 3 Woe is me now ! for the LORD hath added
48. 46 Woe be unto thee, O Moab ! thepeopleof
Lam. 5. 16 The crown is fallen, .woe unto us, that we
Eze. 16. 23 woe, woe unto thee ! saith the Lord GOD
24. 6 Woe to the bloody city, to the pot whose
24. 9 Woe to the bloody city! I will even make
Hos. 7. 13 Woe unto them ! for they have fled from
9.- 12 woe also to them when I depart from th.
2. Of oyah! (interj. of sorrow), rrix oyah.
Psa.120. 5 Woe is me, that I sojourn in Mesech,(that)
3.0/ (interj. of sorrmo), < ? .
Eccl. 4. 10 woe to him (that is) alone when he falleth
10. 16 Woe to thee, O land, when thy king (is) a
4. t (intenj. of sorrmo), ?7J< alelai.
Job 10. 15 If I be wicked, woe unto me ; and (if) I
Mic. 7. i Woe is me ! for I am as when they have
o.ffaf (interj. of sorrmo), an hah.
Eze. 30. 2 Thussaith the Lord. .Woe worth the day!
6.7/c/ (int. of exhortation, warning, sorrow), in hoy.
Isa. 5. 8 Woe unto them that join house to house
5. ii Woe unto them that rise up early in the
5. 1 8 Woe unto them that draw iniquity with
5. 20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and
5. 21 Woe unto (them that are) wise in their
5. 22 Woe unto (them that are) mighty to drink
10. i Woe unto them that decree unrighteous
17. 12 Woe to the multitude of many people
1 8. i Woe to the land shadowing with wings
28. i Woe to the crown of pride, to the drunk.
29. i Woe to Ariel, to Ariel, the city (where)
29. 15 Woe unto them that seek deep to hide
30. i Woe to the rebellious children, saith the
31. i Woe to them that go down to Egypt for
33. i VYoe to thee that spoilest, and thou (wast,
45. 9 Woe unto him that striveth with his
45. 10 Woe unto him that saith unto (his) father
Jer. 22. 1 3 Woe unto him that buildeth his house by
23. i Woe be unto the pastors that destroy and
48. i Woe unto Nel>o, forit is spoiled, Kiriath.
50. 27 woe unto them! for their day is come, the
Eze. 13. 3 Woe unto the foolish prophets, that fo.
13. 18 Woe to the (women) that sew pillows to
34. 2 Woe (be) to the shepherds of Israel that
Amos 5. 18 Woe unto you that desire the day of the
6. i Woe to them (that are) at ease in Zion
Mic. 2. i Woe to them that devise iniquity, and w.
Nah. 3. i Woe to the bloody city! it is all full of
Hab. 2. 6 Woe to him that increaseth (that which
2. 9 Woe to him that coveteth an evil coveto.
2. 12 Woe to him that buildeth a town withb.
2. 15 Woe unto him that giveth his neighbour
2. 19 Woe unto him that saith to the wood, Aw.
Zeph. 2. 5 Woe unto the inhabitants of the sea coast
3. i Woe to her that is filthy and polluted, to
Zech.n. 17 Woe to the idol shepherd that leaveth th
T.lle I (interj. of sorrow), n hi.
Eze. 2. 10 lamentations, and mourning, and woe
8. To be sickly, mortal, incurable, ty;x anash.
Jer. 17. 16 neither have I desired the woeful day, th.
9. Wo, (interj. of sorrow], ovaiouai.
Matt ii. 21 Woe unto thee, Chorazin ! woe unto thee
18. 7 Woe unto the world because of offences!
i8. 7 woe to that man by whom the offence co.
WOLF 1065 WOMAN
Matt 23. 13, [14], 15, 23, 25, 27, 29 woe unto yon, scril
23. 16 Woe unto you. .blind guides, which say
24. 19 woe unto them that are with child, and
26. 24 woe unto that man by whom the Son of
Mark 1 3. 17 woe to them that are with child, and tc
14. 21 woe to that man by whom the Son of ma
Luke 6. 24 woe unto you that are rich ! for ye have
6. 25 Woe uilto you that. . Woe unto you that
6. 36 Woe unto you when all men shall speak
jo. 13 Woe unto thee Chora/in ! woe unto the
n. 42, 43 woe unto you, Pharisees ! for ye
it. 44 Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hyp
ii. 46 Woe unto you also, .lawyers! for ye lad<
ii. 47 Woe unto you! for ye build the sepulcl
ii. 52 Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have take
17. i but woe (unto him) through whom they
21. 23 woe unto them that are with child, and
22. 22 woe unto that man by whom he is betray
i Co. 9. 16 woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospe, JUde 1 1 Woe unto them! for they have gone in th
Rev. 8. 13 Woe, woe, woe to the inhabiters of the
9. 12 One woe is past, .there come two woes
11. 14 The second woe is past, .the third woe co
12. 12 Woe to the inhabiters of the earth ando
"WOLF
1.A wolf or jackal, 2M zeeb.
Gen. 49. 27 Benjamin shall ravin (as) a wolf: in the
Isa. ii. 6 The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb
65. 25 The wolf and the lamb shall feed togethe
Jer. 5. 6 a wolf of the evenings shall spoil them
Eze. 22. 27 Her princes, .like wolves ravening the
Hab. i. 8 and are more fierce than the evening wo
Zeph. 3- 3 her judges (are) evening wolves ; they gn
2.A icolf, \VKUS lukos.
Matt. 7. IS but inwardly they are ravening wolves
10. 16 I send you. .as sheep in the midst of wo
Lukeio. 3 I send you forth as lambs among wolves
John 10. 12 seeth the wolf coming, .and the wolf ca.
Acts 20. 29 shall grievous wolves enter in among yoi
WOMAN, (silly, every, this)
3..A icoman, wife, n?N ishshah.
Gen. 2. 22 the rib. .made he a woman, and brought
2. 23 she shall be called Woman, because she
3. i the serpent, .said unto the woman, Yea
3. 2 the woman said unto the serpent, We maj
3. 4 the serpent said unto the woman, Ye sh.
3. 6 when the woman saw that the tree (was)
3. 12 The woman whom thou gavest. .with me
3. 13 said unto the woman. .And the woman
3. 15 I will put enmity between thee and the w.
3. 16 Unto the woman he said, I will greatly
12. 1 1 I know that thou (art) a fair woman to
12. 14 the Egyptians beheld the woman, that she
12. 15 the woman was taken into Pharaoh s ho.
20. 3 a dead man, for the woman which thou
24. 5, 8 the woman will not be willing to follow
24. 39 Peradventure the woman will not follow
24. 44 (let) the same (be) the woman whom the L.
38. 20 sent, .to receive (his) pledge from the wo.
Jfixod. 2. 2 the woman conceived, and bare a son, and
2. 9 And the woman took the child, and nur.
3. 22 every woman shall borrow of her neigh,
ii. 2 and let. .every woman of her neighbour
21. 22 If men strive, and hurt a woman with ch.
21. 22 as the woman s husband will lay upon hini
21. 28 If anox gorea man or a woman, that they
21. 29 but thathehath killed a man or a woman
35. 25 all the women that were wise hearted did
35. 29 every man and woman, whose heart made
36. 6 Let neither man nor woman make Iv. any 12. 2 If a woman have conceived seed, and born
13. 29 If a man or woman have a plague upon
13. 38 If a man also or a woman have in the skin
15. 18 The woman also with whom man shall lie
15. 19 if a woman have an issue, (and) her issue
15. 25 if a woman have an issue of her blood
18. 17 Thou shalt not uncover, .a woman and
18. 19 thou shalt not approach unto a woman
18. 22 Thou shalt not lie. .as with woman kind
t8. 23 neither shall any woman stand before a
19. 20 whosoever lieth carnally with a woman
20. 13 If a man also lie. .as he lieth with a wo.
20. 16 if a woman approach., kill the woman and
20. 18 if a man shall lie with a woman having
20. 27 A man also or woman that hath a famil.
21. 7 neither shall they take a woman put away
24. 10 the son of an IsraeliUsh woman, whose
24. 1 1 the Israelitish woman s son blasphemed Hum. 5. 6 When a man or woman shall commit any
5. 18 shall set the woman, .and uncover the w.
5. 19 And the priest shall, .say unto the woman
5. 21 shall charge the woman, .say unto the w.
5. 22 And the woman shall say, Amen,
5. 24 he shall cause the woman to drink the bi.
5. 25 take the jealousy offering out of the worn.
5. 26 shall cause the woman to drink the water
5. 27 the woman shall be a curse among her pe.
5. 28 if the woman be not denied, but be clean
5. 30 and shall set the woman before the LORD
5- 3 1 guiltless, .this woman shall bear her ini.
6. 2 When either man or woman shall separate
12. i of the Ethiopian woman . . an Ethiopian w.
25. 8 and thrust . . the woman through her belly
25. 15 the name of the Midianitish woman that
3- 3 If a woman also vow a vow unto the LORD
31. 17 kill every woman that hath known man
**eut 17. 2 If there be found among you. .manor wo.
1 7. 5 man or that woman . . that man or that wo.
21. ii seest among the captives a beautiful wo.
22. 5 The woman shall not wear that which per.
Deut 22. 5 neither shall a man put on a woman s gar.
22. 14 I took this woman, and when I came to
22. 22 If a man be found lying with a woman
22. 22 man that lay with the woman, and the wo.
29. 1 8 Lest there should be among you. .woman
Josh. 2. 4 the woman took the two rnen, and hid th.
6. 21 destroyed, .both man and woman, young
6. 22 bring out thence the woman, and all that
8. 25 all that fell that day, both of men and w.
Judg. 4 . 9 shall sell Sisera into the hand of a woman
3. 49 died also, about a thousand men and wo.
9. 53 acertain woman cast a piece of a millstone
9. 54 that men say not of me, A woman slew him
ii. 2 for thou (art) the son of a strange woman
13. 3 the angel . .appeared unto the woman, and
13. 6 Then the woman came and told her hush.
13. 9 the angel of God came again unto the wo.
13. 10 the woman 7nade haste, and ran, and sh.
13.11 thou the man that spakest unto the woman
13. 13 Of all that I said unto the woman let her
13. 24 the woman bare a son, and called his ua.
14. i Samson went down to Timnath. .saw aw.
14. 2 I have seen a woman in Timnath of the
14. 3 neverawomanamongthe daughters of thy
14. 7 And he went down and talked with the w.
14. 10 So his father went down unto the woman
16. 4 he loved a woman in the valley of Sorek
16. 27 roof about three thousand men and wo.
19. 26 Then came the woman in the dawning of
19. 27 the woman his concubine was fallen down
20. 4 the Levite, the husband of the woman th.
21. ii destroy, .every woman that hath lain by
21. 16 seeing the women are destroyed out of B.
Ruth i. 5 the woman was left of her two sons and
3. 8 it came to pass at midnight . . a woman lay
3. ii doth know that thou (art) a virtuous wo.
3. 14 Let it not be known that a woman came
4. ii LORD make the woman that is come into
i Sa. 1.15! (am) a woman of a sorrowful spirit : I
1. 18 So the woman went her way, and did eat
i. 23 So the woman abode, and gave her son su.
1. 26 I (am) the woman that stood by thee here
2. 20 LORD give thee seed of this woman, for the
15. 3 slay both man and woman, infant and su.
21. 4 have kept themselves at leastfrom women
21. 5 Of a truth women . . kept from usabout th.
22. 19 Nob . . smote he . . both men and women
25. 3 Abigail, .a woman of good understanding
27. 9 Davi J . .left neither man nor woman alive
27. ii David saved neither man nor woman alive
28. 7 Seek me a woman, .a woman that hath a
28. 8 they came to the woman by night, and he
28. 9 the woman said unto him, Behold, thou
28. ii Then said the woman, Whom shall I bri.
28. 12 when the woman saw. .the woman spake
28. 13 the woman said unto Saul. I saw gods asc.
28. 21 the woman came unto Saul, and saw that
28 23 But his servants, together with thewoman
28. 24 the woman had a fat calf in the house, and
2 Sa. 3. 8 thou chargest me. .concerning this woman
6. 19 he dealt, .as well to the women as men, to
ii 2 he saw a woman, .and the woman (was)
ii. 3 David sent and enquired after the woman
ii. 5 the woman conceived, and sent and told
ii. 21 did not a woman castapiece of amillstone
14. 2 a wise woman, .and said, .be as a woman
14. 4 when the woman of Tekoah spake to the
14. 5 I (am) indeed a widow woman, and mine
14. 8 the king said unto the woman, Go to thine
14. 9 the woman of Tekoah said unto the king
14. 12 Then the woman said, Let thine handni.
14. 13 the woman said, Wherefore then hast th.
14. 1 8 said unto the woman.. And the woman sa.
14. 19 the woman answered and said. .thy soul
14. 27 Tamar..was a woman of a fair countenan.
17. 19 the woman tookaud spread acoveringov.
17. 20 came to the woman. .And the woman said
20. 16 Then cried a wise woman out of the city
20. 17 when he was come near unto her, the wo.
20. 21 the woman said unto Joab, Behold, his he.
20. 22 Then the woman went unto all the people
1 Ki. 3. 17 theone woman said. .land this womandw.
3. 18 it came to pass the third day.. this woman
3. 19 this woman s child died in the night, be.
3. 22 the other woman said, Nay; but the liv.
3. 26 Then spake the woman whose the living
ii. 26 whose mother s name..Zeruah, awidoww.
17. 9 I have commanded a widow woman there
17. 10 the widow woman (was) there gathering
17. 17 the son of the woman, the mistressof the
17. 24 the woman said unto Elijah, Now by this
2 Ki. 4. i there cried a certain woman of the wives
4. 8 passed to Shunem, where (was) a great w.
4. 17 the woman conceived, and bare a son at
6. 26 there cried a woman unto him, saying
6. 28 This woman said unto me, Give thy son
6. 30 when the king heard the words of the w.
5. i Then spake Elisha unto the woman, wh.
8. 2 the woman arose, and did after the say.
8. 3 the woman returned out of the land of
8. 5 behold, the woman . . this (is) the woman
8. 6 when the king asked the woman, she told
1 Ch.i6. 3 he dealt to every one. .both man and wo.
2 Ch. 2. 14 The son of a woman of the daughters of
15. 13 whether small or great, whether man or w.
Neh. 8. 2 before the congregation, .of men and wo.
Esth. 4. ii know, .whosoever, whether man or worn.
Job 14. i Man . .born of a woman (is) of few days
15. 14 What (is) man. .born of a woman, that
25. 4 or howcan-he be clean . .born of a woman?
31. 9 If mine heart have been deceived by aw.
Psa. 58. 8 the untimely birth of a woman . . thejroay
Prov. 2. 16 To deliver thee from the strange woman
6. 24 To keep thee from the evil woman, from
6. 26 For by means of a whorish woman (a man
6. 32 whosocommittethadulterywithawonian
7. 5 they may keep thee from the strange wo.
7. 10 there met him a woman, .the attire of an
9. 13 A foolish woman (is) clamorous, .simple
1 1. 16 A gracious woman retaineth honour, and
11. 22 a fair woman which is without discretion
12. 4 A virtuous woman (is) a crown to her hu.
21. 9 than with a brawling woman in a wideh.
21. 19 than with a contentious and an angry w.
25. 24 than with a brawling woman and in a w.
27. 15 continual dropping, .and a contentious w.
30. 20 Such (is) the way of an adulterous woman
31. 10 Who can find a virtuous woman? for her
31. 30 a woman (that) feareth the LORD, she sh.
Eccl. 7. 26 I find more bitter than death the woman
7. 28 a woman among all these have I not found
Isa. 45 . 10 Woe unto him that saith. .to the woman
49- 5 Can a woman forget her sucking child, th.
54. 6 For the LORD hath called thee as a worn.
Jer. 13. 21 shall not sorrows take thee, as a woman
44. 7 to cut off from you man and woman, child
48. 41 shall be as the heart of a woman in her p.
49. 22 shall, .be as the heart of a woman in her
51. 22 With thee. .1 break in pieces man and wo.
Eze. 1 6. 30 the work of an imperious whorish woman
18. 6 neitherhathcome neartoamenstruousw.
23. 44 as they go in unto a woman, .the lewd wo.
Hos. 3. i Goyet,loveawomanbelovedof(her)friend
Zech. 5. 7 this (is) a woman that sitteth in the midst
1.A female, n^pj neqebah.
Lev/ 15. 33 of the man, and of the woman, and of him
Nuni3i. 15 said. .Have ye savedall the women alive?
Jor. 31. 22 created a new thing.. A woman shall com.
3. Wontcn, D ?*} nashim.
Gen. 1 8. ii it ceased to be. .after the manner of wo.
31. 35 for the custom of women (is) upon me
Exod. i. 19 the Hebrew, .are not as the Egyptian wo.
15. 20 the women went out after her with tim.
35. 22 they came, both men and women, as many
35. 26 the women whose heart stirred them up
Lev. 26. 26 ten women shall bake your bread in one
Nuni3i. 9 the childrenof Israel took (all) the women
31. 18 all the women children, that have not k.
31. 35 women that had not known man by lying
Deut. 2. 34 destroyed the men, and the women, and
3. 6 utterly destroying the men, women, and
20. 14 the women, and the little ones, and the
31. 12 Gatherthe people .men, and women, and
.Tosh. 8. 35 with the women, and the little ones, and
Judg. 5. 24 Blessed above women, .above women in
9. 51 thither fled all the men and women, and
16. 27 the house was full of men and women, and
21. 10 inhabitants, .with the women and the ch.
21. 14 which they had saved alive of the women
Ruth 4. 14 the women said unto Naomi, Blessed (be)
1 Sa. 2. 22 they lay with the women that assembled
15. 33 made women childless-childless among w,
18. 6 the women came outof all cities of Israel
18. 7 the women answered (one another) as they
30. 2 had taken the women captives that (were)
2 Sa. i. 26 wonderful, passing the love of women
15. 16 the king left ten women, (which were) co.
20. 3 the king took the ten women (his) concu.
1 Ki. 3. 16 Then came there two women (that were)
ii. i Solomon loved many strange women, tog.
2 Ki. 23. 7 where the women wove hangings for the
2 t h. 28. 8 two hundred thousand, women, sons, and
Ezra 10. i congregation of men and women and ch.
Neh. 8. 3 before the men and the women, and those
13. 26 even him did outlandish women cause to
Esth. i. 9 the queen made a feast for the women
1. 17 shall come abroad unto all women, so that
2. 3 the house of the women . . keeper of the w.
2. 8 the custody of Hegai, keeper of the worn.
2. 9 the best (place)of thehouseof the women
2. ii before the court of the women s house, to
2. 12 (other) things for the purifying of the w.
2. 13 go with her out of the house of the women
2. 14 she returned into the. .house of the worn.
2. 15 Hegai. .the keeper of the women, appoL
3. 13 young and old, little children and women
8. ii assault them, (both) little ones and worn.
Job 42. 15 in all the land were no women found (so)
Prov 14. i Every wise woman buildeth her house: b.
31. 3 Givenotthy strength untowomen.northy
Song i. 8 O thou fairest among women, go thy way
5. 9 O thou fairest among women? what (is)
6. i Whither. .O thou fairest among women ?
Isa. 3. 12 children(are)theiroppressors, and women
4. i seven women shall take hold of one man
19. 16 that day shall Egypt be like unto women
27. ii the women come, (and) set them on fire
32. 9 Rise up, ye women that are at ease; hear
Jer. 7. 18 the women knead (their) dough, to make
9. 20 hear the word of the LORD, O ye women
38. 22 the women that are left in the king of J.
40. 7 had committed unto him men, and women
41. 16 the women, and the children, and the eu.
43. 6 women, and children, and the king s da.
44. 15 all the women that stood by, a great mu.
44. 20 to the women, and to all the people whi.
44. 24 Jeremiah said, .to all the women, Hear
50. 37 they shall become as women: a sword is
51. 30 they became as women: they have burned
Lam. 2. 20 Shall the women eat their fruit, (and)chiL
4. 10 The hands of the pitiful women have so.
5. 1 1 They ravished the women in Zion, (and)
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WOMAN 1066 WONDER
iize. 8. 14 there sat women weeping for Tanmiuz
9. 6 both maids, ami little children, and wo.
16. 34 the contrary is in thee from (other) woni.
16.41 upon thee in the sight of many women
73. 2 there were two women, the daughters of
23. 10 she became famous among women, for
23. 48 that all women may be taught not to do
Ban. ii. 17 he shall give him the daughter of women
11. 37 nor the desire of women, nor regard any
Mic. 2. y The women of my people have ye cast out
Nah. 3. 13 thy people in the midst of thee (are) worn.
Zech. 5. 9 there came out two women,jandthc wind
14. 2 the houses rilled, and the women ravished
4.A woman, wife, yvvfi gune.
.Matt. 5. 28 whosoever looketh on a woman to lust af.
9. 20 a woman, which was diseased with an iss.
9. 22 the woman was made whole from that ho.
n. it Among them that are born of women the.
13. 33 is like unto leaven, which a woman took a.
14. 21 about flve thousand men, beside women
15. 22 a woman of Canaan came out of the same
15. 25 said unto her, O woman, great (is) thy fa.
15. 38 four thousand men, beside women auduh.
22. 27 And last of all the woman died also
26. 7 There came unto him a woman having an
26. 10 said unto them, Why trouble ye the wo.?
27. 55 many women were there, beholding afar
28. 5 the angel answered and said unto the wo.
Mark 5. 25 a certain woman, which had an issue of ,
5. 33 the woman, fearing and trembling, know.
7. 25 ii. .woman, whose young daughter had an
7. 26 The woman was a Greek, a Syrophenician
10. 12 if [a woman] shall put away her husband
12. 22 and left no seed: last of all the woman died
14. 3 there came a woman having an alabaster
15. 40 There were also women looking on afar olf
Luke i. [28], 42 blessed (art) tliou among women !
4. 26 sent, save unto, .a woman (that was) a wi.
7. 28 Among those that are born of women th.
7. 37 behold, a woman in the city, which was
7. 39 who and what manner of woman (this is)
7. 44 turned to the woman . . Seest thou this w.
7 50 he said to the woman, Thy faitli hathsa.
8. 2 certain women, which had been healed
8. 43 a woman, having an issue of blood twelve
8. 47 when the woman saw that she was not hid
10. 38 a certain woman named Martha received
11. 27 a certain woman of the company lifted up
13. ii there was a woman which had a spirit of
13. 12 Woman, thou art loosed from thine inflr.
13. 21 It is like leaven, which a woman took and
15. 8 what woman, having ten pieces of silver
20. 32 Last of all the woman died also
22. 57 denied him, saying, Woman, I know him
23. 27 great company of people, and of women
23. 49 the women that followed him from Gali.
23. 55 the women also, which came with him
24. 22 certain women also of our company made
24. 24 found (it) even so as the women had said
John 2. 4 Woman, what have I to do with thee?
4. 7 There cometh a woman of Samaria to draw
4. 9 Then saith thewomanof Samaria untohim
4. 9 askest drink of me, which am a woman of
4. ii The woman saith unto him, Sir, thou hast
4. 15 The woman saith unto him, Sir, give me th.
4. 17 The woman answered and said, I have no
4. 19 The woman saith untohim, Sir, I perceive
4. 21 Woman, believe me, thehourcometh, wb.
4. 25 The woman saith unto him, I know that
4. 27 marvelled that he talked with the woman
4. 28 The woman then left her water pot, and
4. 39 believed, .for the saying of the woman
4. 42 said unto the woman, Now we believe, not
8. 3 [brought unto him a woman taken in ad.]
8. 4 [this woman was taken in adultery, in]
8. 9 [and the woman standing in the midst]
8. 10 [saw none but the woman, he said. .Wo.]
1 6. 21 A wonian when she is in travail hath so.
19. 26 he saith unto his mother, Woman, behold
20. 13, 15 unto her, Woman, why weepest thou?
Acts i. 14 in prayer and supplication, with the wo.
5. 14 added.. multitudes both of men and worn.
8. 3 Saul, .haling men and women, committed
8. 12 they were baptized, both men and women
9. 2 if he found . . whether they were men or w.
13. 50 stirred up the devout and honourable w.
16. i of a certain woman, which was a Jewess
16. 13 we sat down, and spake unto the women
16. 14 a certain woman named Lydia, a seller of
17. 4 believed, .of the chief women not a few
17. 12 also of honourable women which were G.
17. 34 a woman named Damaris, and others with
22. 4 delivering into prisons both men and wo.
Rom. 7. 2 For the wonian which hath an husband
i Co. 7. i (It is) good for a man not to touch a wo.
7. 13 the wor. ian which hath an husband that
ii. 3 the head of the woman (is) the man, and
ii. 5 every won..an that prayethorprophesieth
ii. 6 if the womap be not covered, let her also
ii. 6 if it be a shar/ie for a woman to be shorn
ii. 7 but the womai is the glory of the man
ii. 8 the man is not of the woman ; but the w.
ii. 9 Neitlier. . createu for. .woman, but the w.
ii. o For this cause olight the woman to have
ii. i man without the ,woman, neither the wo.
ii. 2 For as the womai, --even so.. by the worn,
ii. 3 is it comely that a, woman pray unto God
ii. 5 if a woman have longhair, it is a glory to
14. 34 Let your women k)eep silence in the ehu.
M. 35 it is a shame for w/omen to speak in the
Gal. 4. 4 God sent forth his Son, made of a woman
i Ti. 2. 9 In like manner also, that women adorn t.
2. 10 which becometh women professing godl.
2. ii Let the woman learn in silence with all
2. 12 I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to us.
2. 14 the woman in-iiiL; clrrrivi-d was in the tr.
Heb. 11.35 Women received their dead raised to life
i Pe. 3. 5 in the old time the holy women also, who
llev. 2. 20 because thou sutferest that woman Jeze.
9. 8 they had hair as the hair of women, and
12. i a woman clothed with the sun, and the
12. 4 the dragon stood before the woman which
12. 6 the woman lied into the wilderness, where
12. 13 he persecuted the woman which brought
12. 14 to the woman were given two wings of a
12. 15 cast out. .water as a Hood after the worn.
12. i the earth helped the woman : and the ea.
12. 17 the dragon was wroth with the woman,and
14. 4 These . . which were not denied with worn.
17. 3 I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured
17. 4 the woman was arrayed in purple and sc.
17. 61 saw the woman drunken with the blood
17. 7 I will tellthee the mystery ofthe wonian
17. 9 are seven mountainson which the woman
17. 18 the woman which thou sawest is that gr.
5. This one, avrri liaute.
Matt26. 13 shall also this, that this woman hath done
Luke 7. 45 this wonian since the time I came in hath
7. 46 this woman hath anointed my feet with
Acts 9. 36 this woman was full of good works and
Q.Each or every one, 4/cao-Tij kekastf.
1 Co. 7. 2 let every woman have her own husband
7. A female, 0-fi\fia theleia.
Rom. i. 26 even their women did change the natural
i. 27 the men, leaving the natural use of the w.
S.A little silly woman, yvvatKapiov gunaikarion.
2 Ti. 3. 6 lead captive silly women laden with sins
WOMAN servant
Maid servant, r.nzy shiphchah.
Gen. 20. 14 oxen, and men servants, and women serv.
32. 5 I have, .men servants, and women serv.
32. 22 took his two wives, and his two women s.
WOMB
\.lielly, womb, body, [a? beten.
Gen. 25. 23 Two nations (are) in thy womb, and two
25. 24 And. .behold, (there were) twins in herw.
30. 2 withheld from thee the fruit of the womb?
38. 27 it came to pass. . twins (were) in her womb
Deut. 7. 13 he will also bless the fruit of thy womb
Judgi3. 5, 7 be a Nazarite to God from the womb
16. 17 a Nazarite unto God from my mother s wo.
Job i. 21 Naked came I out of my mother s womb
3. 10 it shut not up the doors of my. .womb
10. 19 I should have been carried from the wo.
31. 15 Did not he that made me in the womb
31.18! have guided her from my mother s wo.
38. 29 Out of whose womb came the ice ? and
Psa. 22. 9 thou (art) he that took me out of the wo.
71. 6 By thee have I been holden up from the w.
127. 3 Lo. .the fruit of the womb (is his) reward
139. 13 thou hast covered me in my mother s w.
Pro\ 3i. 2 What, my son? anil what, the son of my w.?
Eccl. 5. 15 As he came forth of his mother s womb
11. 5 how the bones, .in the womb of her that
Isa. 13. 1 8 shall have no pity on the fruit of the wo.
44. 2 made thee, and formed thee from the w.
44. 24 and he that formed thee from the womb
48. 8 wast called a transgressor from the womb
49. i LOKD hath called me from the womb
49. 5 the LORD that formed me from the womb
49. 15 not have compassion on the son of her w.?
Hos. 9. ii from the birth, and from the womb, and
9. 16 yet will I slay, .the beloved, .of their wo.
12. 3 He took his brother by the heel in the w.
2. Bowels, D v? mciin.
Ruth i . 1 1 Turn again . . (are) there yet . . sons in my w.
3. A womb, female, CTI racham.
Gen. 49. 25 blessings of the breasts and of the womb
Prov3o. 1 6 The grave ; and the barren womb ; the e.
Isa. 46. 3 which are borne, .carried from the womb
Eze. 20. 26 pass through, .all that openeth the womb
4. A womb, female, orn rechem.
Gen. 20. 18 LORD had fast closed up all the wombs
29. 31 when the LOUD saw. .he opened her womb
30. 22 God hearkened to her, and opened herw.
Exodi3. 2 Sanctify, .whatsoever openeth the womb
Num. 8. 16 they, .instead of such as open every womb
12. 12 when he cometh out of his mother s womb
i Sa. i. 5, 6 the LORD had shut up her womb
Job 3. ii Why died I not from the womb?, .did I
10. 18 hast thou brought me forth out of the w.?
24. 20 The worn!) shall forget him : the worm
31. 15 and did not one fashion us in the womb?
38. 8 brake forth. .it had issued out of the wo. ?
Psa. 22. 10 I was cast upon thee from the womb, th.
58. 3 The wicked are estranged from the womb
no. 3 in the beauties of holiness from the womb
Jer. i. 5 before thou earnest forth out of the womb
20. 17 slew me not from the womb, .and herwo.
20. 18 Wherefore came I forth out of the womb
Hos. 9. 14 give them a miscarrying womb and dry b.
5. Belly, womb, yatrr-fip (jaster.
Luke i. 31 thou shall conceive in thy womb, and br.
fi.Jit l/i/, womb, hollow place, KoiAia kmlia.
Mattig. 12 which were so born from (their) mother s w.
Luke i. 15 shall be filled, .even from his mother s w.
Luke 1.41 it came to pass, .the babe leaped in her w.
i. 42 and said.. blessed (is) the fruit of thy womb-
1. 44 lo. .the babe leaped in my womb for joy
2. 21 named, .before he was conceived in the w.
n. 27 Blessed (is) the womb that bare thee, and
23. 29 Blessed, .the wombs that never bare, and
John 3. 4 can he enter, .into his mother s womb, and
Acts 3. 2 a certain man, lame from his mother s w.
14. 8 being a cripple from his mother s womb
Gal. i. 15 whoseparatedniefrominymother swomb
1.A womb, matrix, ^TJrpa tnetra.
Luke 2. 23 Every male that openeth the womb shall
Rom. 4. 19 neither yet the deatlnesa of Sara s womb
WONDER, (great), wondered at
1. Wonder, miracle, n O mojihcth.
Exod. 4. 21 see that thou do all those wonders before
7. 3 I will. .multiply my signs and my wonders
ii. 9 that my wonders may be multiplied in the
1 1. 10 Moses and Aaron did all these wonders be.
Deut. 4. 34 to go .. take him a nation .. by wonders, and
6. 22 LORD showed signs and wonders, great and
7. 19 the signs, and the wonders, and the mighty
13. i If..a prophet..giveth thee a sign or a wo.
13. 2 And the sign or the wonder come to pass
26. 8 the LORD brought us forth, .with wonders
28. 46 they shall be upon thee for. .a wonder, and
34. ii In all the signs and the wonders which the
1 Ch.io. 12 Remember his marvellous works, .his wo.
2 Ch. 32. 31 who sent unto him to enquire of the won.
Neh. 9. 10 showedst signs and wonders upon Phara.
Psa. 71. 7 I am as a wonder unto many : but thou
78. 43 How he had wrought, .his wonders in the
105. 5 Remember his marvellous works., his wo.
105. 27 They showed his. .wonders in the land of
135. 9 (Who) sent tokens and wondersinto them.
Isa. 8. 1 8 I and the children, .(are), .for wonders in
20. 3 Isaiah hath walked, .a sign and wonder
Jer. 32. 20 Which hast set signs and wonders in the
32. 21 hast brought forth thy people, .with wo.
Joel 2. 30 I will show wonders in the heavens and
Zech. 3. 8 men wondered at: for, behold, I will bring
2. To show self wonderful or singular, K^pala, 2.
Exod. 3. 20 I will, .smite Egypt with all my wonders
Josh. 3. 5 tomorrow the LORD will do wonders amo.
Neh. 9. 17 neither were mindful of thy wonders that
Job 9. TO Which doeth great things, .and wonders
Psa. 78. ii forgat his works, and his wonders that he
96. 3 Declare, .his wonders among all people
106. 7 Our fathers understood not thy wonders
107. 24 These see the works of the LORD, .his wo.
136. 4 To him who alone doeth great wonders
3. .4 wonder, singular thing, N^f pele.
Exodi5. ii Who (is) like unto thee, O LORD, .doing w.
Psa. 77. 1 1 surely I will remember thy wonders of old
77. 14 Thou (art) the God that doest wonders, th.
88. 10 Wilt thou show wonders to the dead? shall
88. 12 Shall thy wonders be known in the dark?
89. 5 the heavens shall praise thy wonders, O
Isa. 29. 14 I will. .do. .a marvellous work and a wo.
Dan. 12. 6 (one) said. .How long, .the end of these w.T
4. Miracle, wonder, n^fi temah.
Dan. 4. 2 I thought it good to show . . the wonders
4. 3 how mighty, .his wonders! his kingdom
6. 27 he worketh signs and wonders in heaven
5. Astonishment, amazement, dd/j./3os thambos.
Acts 3. 10 they were filled with wonder and amaze.
6. A sign, trrj/j.f iov semeion.
Rev. 12. i And thereappeared a great wonder in he.
12. 3 there appeared another wonder in heaven
13. 13 And he doeth great wonders, so that he
7.A prodigy, wonder, iVpay teras.
Matt 24.24 false Christs . . shall show . . signs and won.
Marki3. 22 false Christs. .shall show signs and wond.
John 4. 48 Except ye see signs and wonders, ye will
Acts 2. 19 I will show wonders in heaven above, and
2. 22 amanapproved of God. .by miracles and w.
2. 43 many wonders and signs were done by the
4. 30 that signs and wonders may be done by
5. 12 were many signs and wonders wrought
6. 8 Stephen, .did great wonders and miracles.
7. 36 after that he had showed wonders and si.
14. 3 granted signs and wonders to be done by
15. 12 declaring what miracles and wonders God
Rom. 15. 19 Through mighty signs and wonders, by the
2 Co. 12. 12 in signs, and wonders, and mighty deeds
2 Th. 2. 9 with all power, and signs, and lying won.
Heb. 2. 4 God.. bearing, .witness, .with signs.. wo.
WONDER, greatly, wondering, to
l.To show self astonished, ccy shamtm, la.
Isa. 59. 16 he saw that, .no man, and wondered
63. 5 I wondered that, .none to uphold : there.
2. To be astonished, wonder, aji? tamah.
Isa. 29. 9 Stay yourselves, and wonder; cry ye out
Jer. 4. 9 be astonished, and the prophets shall wo.
3. To shotr self astonished, a~i? tamah, 7.
Hab. i. 5 Behold ye.. regard, and wonder marvell.
4. Greatly astonished or amazed, ti<8af*fios ektham.
Acts 3. ii the people ran together, .greatly wonder.
5. To put out, startle, perplex, i^iffrripi existemi.
Acts 8. 13 Simon, .continued with Philip, and won.
6. To be astonished, amazed, tiavud^w thaumazo.
M:iit 15. 31 Insomuch that the multitude wondn. a
Mark 6. 51 amazed, .beyond measure, [and wonder.]
Luke 2. "18 all they that heard(it) wondered at thos*
WONDERFUL 10G7 WORD
Luke 4. 2? all liare him witness, and wondered at
8. 25 they being afraid, wondered, saying one
9. 43 while they wondered every one at all th.
ii. 14 the dumb spake ; and the people wonde.
24. 12 [wondering in himself at that which wus]
24. 41 while they, .believed not for joy, and wo.
Acts 7. 31 When .Moses saw. .he wondered at the s.
13. 41 Behold, ye despisers, and wonder, and pe.
Rev. >j. 3 and all the world wondered after the be.
1 7. 6 when I saw her, I wondered with great
17. 8 and they that dwell on the earth shall w.
WONDERFUL thing, work, to be or make
1.70 be at- become wonderful, singular, tOfpala, 2
2 Sa. i. 26 thy love to me was wonderful, passing
Job 42. 3 too wonderful for me, which I knew not
Psa. 40. 5 Many, O LORD. .God. .thy wonderful wo
78. 4 and his wonderful works that he hath do
107. 8, 15, 21, 31 his wonderful works to the ch
in. 4 He hath made his wonderful works to be
Prov3o. 18 There be three, .are too wonderful form<
2. To make wonderful, singular, K^ pala, 5.
Dent 28. 59 Then the LORD will make thy plagues w
2 Ch. 2. 9 for the house . .(shall be) wonderful grea
Isa. 28. 29 LORD of hosts; (which) is wonderful in c
3. Any (king wonderful or singular, tths pele.
Psa. 1 19. 129 Thy testimonies (are) wonderful : there
Isa. 9. 6 and his name shall be called Wonderful
25. i I will praise, .for thou hast done wonder
4. Wonderful, singular, N^9 pili.
Psa. 1 39. 6 knowledge is too wonderful for me ; it is
5. Astonishment, amazement, n?y shammah.
Jer. 5. 30 A wonderful and horrible thing is com.
6. Wonderful, 6avfj.a.irios thaumasios.
Matt 21. 15 saw the wonderful things that hedid,and
7. Great doings or deeds, fteya\f?a megaleia.
Acts 2. ii we do hear them speak, .the wonderful
WONDERFULLY (made, to be)
1. Tobeor become wonderful or singular, vh^pala, 2.
Dan. 8. 24 he shall destroy wonderfully, and shall p.
2. Any thing wonderful or singular, K^ pele.
Lam. i. 9 therefore she came down wonderfully
3. To be or become wonderful, ffyvalah, 2.
Psa. 139. 14 for I am fearfully (and) wonderfully made
WONDERING
To show self astonished, ny shaah, 7.
lieu. 24. 21 the man wondering at her held his peace
WONDROUS things, -works, wondrously
1.^1 wonderful or singular thing, n^ro miphlaah. Job 37. i6thewondrousworksofhimwhlehisperfect
2. To be or become wonderful, N^ pala, 2.
1 Ch.io. 9 Sing, .talk ye of all his wondrous works
Job 37. 14 stand still, and consider the wondrous w
Psa. 26. 7 That I may. .tell of all thy wondrous wo!
71.17 hitherto have I declared thy wondrous w
72. 18 LOUD God. .who only doeth wondrous th
75. i thy name (is) near thy wondrous works
78. 32 and believed not for his wondrous works
86. 10 For thou (art) great, and doest wondrous
105. 2 Sing, .talk ye of all his wondrous works
106. 22 Wondrous works in the land of Ham (and)
119. 18 that Imay behold wondrous thingsout of
119. 27 so shall I talk of thy wondrous works
145. 5 I will speak.. of thy majesty, and .w w
Jer. 21. 2 deal.. according to all his wondrous wor.
3. To make wonderful or singidar, K*~$ pala, 5.
Judgi 3 . 19 did wondrously ; and Manoah and his wi
Joel 2. 26 God, that hath dealt wondrously with
WONT to be)
1.70 speak, nj^ dabar, 3.
2 Sa. 20. 18 They were wont to speak in old time, say
Z.Seen, nm chazah.
Dan. 3. 19 one seven times more than it was wont to
S.To nccustom, j;iy sakan, 5.
-NUH122. 30 said, .was I ever wont to do so unto thee?
4. To be customary. %6<a
ethr>, eJfcoOo eiStha.
Matt 27. 15 at (that) feast the governor was wont to
Markio. i and. as he was wont, he taught them ag.
5. According to custom, Kara, TO (6os knta to ethos.
Luke22. 39 he came out, and went, as he was wont
6. To make or reckon legal or customary, vofj.i<a. Acts 1 6. 13 river side, where prayer was wont to be

WOOD, (of;
1. Wood, a tree, J?x a.
Dan. 5 . 4 , 23 praised the gods of. .wood, and of sto.
2. A bough, forest, ttnh choresh.
i Sam 23. 15 (was) in the wilderness of Ziph in a wood
23. 16 arose, and went to David into the wood
23. 18 David abode in the wood, and Jonathan
23. 19 Doth not David hide himself, .in the wood
9. Aforest, wood, IJK yaar.
Deut 5 As when a man goeth into the wood with
Joshi 7. 15 get thee up to the wood, .and cut down
17. 18 mountain shall be thine: for it (is) a wood
1 Sam 14. 25 And all (they of) the land came to a wood
14. 26 when the people were come into the wood
1 Sam T 8. 6 and the battle was in the wood of Ephra.
1 8. 8 the wood devoured more people that day
15. 17 and cast him into a great pit iu the wood
2 King 2. 24 there came . . two she bears out of the w

1 Chr 16. 33 Then shall the trees of the wood sing out
Psa. 80. 13 The boar out of the wood doth waste it
83. 14 As the fire burneth a wood, and as the fl.
96. 12 then shall all the treesof the wood rejoice
132. 6 we found it in the fields of the wood

Eccl. 2. 6 to water therewith the wood that bring.
Song 2. 3 apple tree among the trees of the wood
Isa. 7. 2 as the tivi-s ul the wood are moved with
Micah 7. 14 which dwell solitarily (in) the wood, in

4. Woods, forests,
Eze. 34. 25 dwell safely, .aud sleep in the woods

5. Woods, A tree, wood. 57 ets.
Gen. 6. 14 Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms
22. 3 clave the wood for the burnt offering, and
22. 6 Abraham took the wood of the burnt off.
22. 7 Behold the fire and the wood ; but where
22. 9 laid the wood in order, .upon the wood
Exod 7. 19 both in (vessels of) wood, and in (vessels
25. 5 and badgers skins, and shittim wood
25. 10 they shall make an ark (of) shittim wood
25. 13 thou shalt make staves (of) shittiiu wood
25. 23 shalt also make a table (of) shittim wood
25. 28 shalt make the staves (of) shittim wood
26. 15 shalt make boards . .(of) shittim wood st.
26. 26 thou shalt make bars (of) shittim wood
27. 1 shalt make an altar of shittim wood, five
27. 6 staves for the altar, staves (of) shittim w.
30. 1 (of) shittim wood shalt thou make it
30. 5 thou shalt make the staves (of) shittim w.
35. 7 and badgers skins, and shittim wood
35. 24 with whom was found shittim wood, for
35. 33 in carving of wood, to make any manner
36. 20 he made boards, .(of) shittim wood, stan.
36. 31 he made bars of shittim wood; five for the <
37. 1 made the ark (of) shittim wood: two cub.
37. 4 he made staves (of) shittim wood, and ov
37. 10 he made the table (of) shittim wood, two
37. 15, 28 he made the staves (of) shittim wood
37. 25 made the incense altar (of) shittim wood
38. i he ma38. 6 he made the staves (of)shittim wood, and ,
i. 7 and lay tiie wood in order upon the flre f ,11
i. 8 the fat in order upon the wood that (is)
1 (is)
1. 12 shall lay them in order on the wood that
i. 17 burn it upon the altar, upon the wood th.
3. 5 which (is) upon the wood that (is) on the
4. 12 and burn him on the wood with flre
6. 12 the priest shall burn wood on it every mo.
ii. 32 whether, .any vessel of wood, or raiment
14. 4 and cedar wood, and scarlet, and hyssop
14. 6 he shall take it, and the cedar wood, and
14. 49 two birds, and cedar wood, and scarlet
14. 51 he shall take the cedar wood, and the hy.
14. 52 cleanse the house, .with the cedar wood
15.12 every vessel of woodde the altar, .of shittim wood, five


Lev.
Hag. r . 8 Go up to the mountain, and bring wood A;ch 12. 6 like an hearth of fire among the wood, ant

6. Woods, Wooden, made of wood,
2 Ti. 2. 20 not only vessels of gold. .but also of wood Rev. 9. 20 they should not worship. .idols..ol wood

7. Wood, tree, v\ov xulon.
i Co. 3. 12 any man build upon this foundation.. wo.
Kev. 18. 12 thyme wood., vessels of most precious w

WOOF - Mixture, woof, yy ereb.
Lev. 13. 48 Whether.. in the warp, or woof, of Iine
3- 49. 5 , 53, 57, 59 " the warp, or in the woof
13. 52 whether warp or woof, in woollen or in Ii
13. 56 rend. .out of the warp, or out of the woof
13. 58 the garment, either warp or woof, or wh.

WOOL, woollen
3. Wool,
Dan. 7 . 9 and the hair of his head like the pure we.
2. Wool, -ws tsemer.
Lev. 13. 47 a woollen garment, or a linen garment
13. 48 in the warp, or woof, of linen, or of wooL
13. 52 in woollen or in linen, or any thing of
13. 59 in a garment of woollen or linen, either
Deut22. ii Thou shalt not wear a garment, .of woo
Jiidg. 6. 37 I will put a fleece of wool in the floor
2 Hi. 3 . 4 an hundred thousand rams, with the w
Psa. 147. 16 He giveth snow like wool : he scattereth
1 rov 31. 13 She seeketh wool and flax, and worketh

Isa. 1. 18 though like crimson, they shall be as w
51. 8 and the worm shall eat them like wool
i-ze. 27. 18 riches .the wine of Helbon, and white w
34. 3 Ye eat the fat. .ye clothe you with the w"
44. 17 no wool shall come upon them whiles Hos. they 2. 5 will go after my lovers, that give, .my w
2. 9 and will recover my wool and my flax
3. A mixed cloth of wool and linen, i&yy shaatnez.



Ki. 2. 24 there came . . two she bears out of the wo.
i < h.i6. 33 Then shall the trees of the wood sing out
Psa. 80. 13 The boar out of the wood doth waste it
83. 14 As the fire burneth a wood, and as the fl.
96. 12 then shall all the treesof the wood rejoice
132. 6 we found it in the fields of the wood
Eccl. 2. 6 to water therewith the wood that bring.
Song 2. 3 apple tree among the trees of the wood
Isa. 7. 2 as the tivi-s ul the wood are moved with
Mii:. 7. 14 which dwell solitarily (in) the wood, in
4. Woods, forests, en;/; [v. L. O TIJT] [yaar].
Eze. 34. 25 dwell safely, .aud sleep in the woods
5.A tree, wood. 57 ets.
Gen. 6. 14 Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms
22. 3 clave the wood for the burnt offering, and
22. 6 Abraham took the wood of the burnt off.
22. 7 Behold the fire and the wood ; but where
22. 9 laid the wood in order, .upon the wood
Exod 7. 19 both in (vessels of) wood, and in (vessels
25. 5 and badgers skins, and shittim wood
25. 10 they shall make an ark (of) shittim wood
25. 13 thou shalt make staves (of) shittiiu wood
25. 23 shalt also make a table (of) shittim wood
25. 28 shalt make the staves (of) shittim wood
26. 15 shalt make boards . .(of) shittim wood st.
26. 26 thou shalt make bars (of) shittim wood
27. i shalt make an altar of shittim wood, five
27. 6 staves for the altar, staves (of) shittim w.
30. i (of) shittim wood shalt thou make it
30. 5 thou shalt make the staves (of) shittim w.
35. 7 and badgers skins, and shittim wood
35. 24 with whom was found shittim wood, for
35. 33 in carving of wood, to make any manner
36. 20 he made boards, .(of) shittim wood, stan.
36. 31 he made bars of shittim wood; five for the <
37. i made the ark (of) shittim wood: two cub.
37. 4 he made staves (of) shittim wood, and ov
37. 10 he made the table (of) shittim wood, two
37. 15, 28 he made the staves (of) shittim wood
37. 25 made the incense altar (of) shittim wood
38. i he made the altar, .of shittim wood, five
Lev.
Hag. r . 8 Go up to the mountain, and bring wood A;ch 12. 6 like an hearth of flre among the wood, antf
6. Wooden, made of wood, { i/A<cov xulinos.
2 Ti. 2. 20 not only vessels of gold. .but also of wood Rev. 9. 20 they should not worship. .idols..ol wood
7. Wood, tree, v\ov xulon.
i Co. 3. 12 any man build upon this foundation.. wo.
Kev. 18. 12 thyme wood., vessels of most precious w
WOOF -
Mixture, woof, yy ereb.
Lev. 13. 48 Whether.. in the warp, or woof, of Iine
3- 49. 5 , 53, 57, 59 " the warp, or in the woof
13. 52 whether warp or woof, in woollen or in Ii
13. 56 rend. .out of the warp, or out of the woof
13. 58 the garment, either warp or woof, or wh.
WOOL, woollen
3. Wool,
-
.zy. amar.
Dan. 7 . 9 and the hair of his head like the pure we.
2. Wool, -ws tsemer.
Lev. 13. 47 a woollen garment, or a linen garment
13. 48 in the warp, or woof, of linen, or of wooL
13. 52 in woollen or in linen, or any thing of
13. 59 in a garment of woollen or linen, either
Deut22. ii Thou shalt not wear a garment, .of woo
Jiidg. 6. 37 I will put a fleece of wool in the floor
2 Hi. 3 . 4 an hundred thousand rams, with the w
Psa. 147. 16 He giveth snow like wool : he scattereth
1 rov 31. 13 She seeketh wool and flax, and worketh
Isa. i. 18 though like crimson, they shall be as w
51. 8 and the worm shall eat them like wool
i-ze. 27. 18 riches .the wine of Helbon, and white w
34. 3 Ye eat the fat. .ye clothe you with the w"
44. 17 no wool shall come upon them whiles Hos. they 2. 5 will go after my lovers, that give, .my w
2. 9 and will recover my wool and my flax
3. A mixed cloth of wool and linen, i&yy shaatnez.
38. 6 he made the staves (of)shittim wood, and ,
i. 7 and lay tiie wood in order upon the flre f ,11
i. 8 the fat in order upon the wood that (is)
1 (is)
1. 12 shall lay them in order on the wood that
i. 17 burn it upon the altar, upon the wood th.
3. 5 which (is) upon the wood that (is) on the
4. 12 and burn him on the wood with flre
6. 12 the priest shall burn wood on it every mo.
ii. 32 whether, .any vessel of wood, or raiment
14. 4 and cedar wood, and scarlet, and hyssop
14. 6 he shall take it, and the cedar wood, and
14. 49 two birds, and cedar wood, and scarlet
14. 51 he shall take the cedar wood, and the hy.
14. 52 cleanse the house, .with the cedar wood
15.12 every vessel of wood shall be rinsed in wa. Aum 13. 20 the land . . whether there be wood therein
19. 6 the priest shall take cedar wood, and hy.
31. 20 of goats (hair), and all things made of w.
35. 1 8 he smite him with an hand weapon of wo.
Dent. 4 . 28 serve gods, the work of men s hands, wood
10. i Hew thee . . and make thee an ark of wood
TO. 3 I made an ark (of) shittim wood, and he
19. 5 goeth. .with his neighbour to hew wood
28. 36 there shalt thou serve other gods, wood
28. 64 thereshaltthouserveothergods. wood and
29. 1 1 from the hewer of thy wood unto the dra
29. 17 ye have seen. .their idols, wood and stone
Josh. 9. 21, 23, 27 hewers of wood and drawers of wa.
Judg. 6. 26 offer a burntsacrifice with thewoodof the
1 Sa. 6. 14 they clave the wood of the cart, and offe.
2 Sa. 6. 5 manner (of instruments made of) fir wood
24. 22 behold.. instruments of the oxen for wood
i Ki. 6. 15 he covered (them) on the inside with wood
18. 23 and lay (it) on wood.. and lay (it) on wood
18. 33 he put the wood in order, and cut the bu.
18. 33 laid (him) on the wood, and said, Fill four
18. 33 pour (it) on the. .sacrifice, and on the wo.
18. 38 consumed the burnt sacrifice, and the wo.
a Ki. 5. 4 they came to Jordan, they cut down wood
19. 18 no gods, but the work of men s hand, wo.
1 Ch.ai. 23 I give.. the threshing instruments for wo.
22. 4 they of Tyre, brought much cedar wood
29. 2 I have prepared. .wood for (things) of wo.
2 Ch. 2 . 16 we will cut wood out of Lebanon, as much
-Neh. 8. 4 Ezra the scribe stood upon a pulpit of w
10. 34 for the wood offering, to bring (it) into the
13. 31 for the wood offering, at times appointed
lob 41. 27 esteemeth..as straw..brass as rotten wood
i rov 26. 20 Where no wood is.. the fire goth out, so
26. 21 fAs) coals.. to burning coals, and wood to
Jer.
30. 33 the pile thereof (is) fire and much wood
37- 19 "o gods, but the work of men s hands, w.
45. 20 have no knowledge that set up the wood
60. 17. For brass I will bring gold. .and for wood
r. 5. 14 I will make..this people wood, and it sh.
7. 18 The children gather wood, and the fath.
28. 13 Thou hast broken the yokes of wood, but
46. 22 and come. .with axes, as hewers of wood
Lam. 5. 4 have drunken.. for money; our wood is a.
5. 13 and the children fell under the wood
tze. 15. 3 Shall wood be taken thereof to do any w
20. 32 We will be as the heathen..to serve wood
24. 10 Heap on wood, kindle the flre, consume
39. 10 So that they shall take no wood out of the
41.16 deled with wood round about, and from
41. 22 The altar of wood.. and the walls..wood
Iiab. 2. 19 Woe unto him that saith to the wood
Lev. 19. 19 neither shall a garment, .woollen come
4. Wool, fptov erion.
Heb. 9. 19 he took the blood . .and scarlet wool, and
Rev. 1.14 His head and . . hairs . . white like wool, as
WORD
1.A saying, speech, icx emer.
Gen. 49. 21 .N aphtali . . let loose; he giveth goodly w.
, > 1111124. 4, 16 We hath said, which heard the words
Dent 32. i and hear, O earth, the words of my mouth
Josh 24. 27 this stone, .hath heard all the words of
Job 6. 10 I have not concealed the words of the H.
6. 25 How forcible are right words ! but what
8. 2 and . . the words of thy mouth . . a strong
22. 22 Receive, .lay up his words in thine heart
23. 12 I have esteemed the words of his mouth
32. 12 convinced Job, (or) that answered his w.
33- 3 My words, .the uprightness of my heart
34. 37 and multiplieth his words against God
Psa. 5 . i Give ear to my words, O LORD ; consider
19. 14 Let the words of my mouth, and the me.
54. 2 Hear, .give ear to the words of my mouth
78. i incline your ears to the words of my mo.
107. ii Because they rebelled against the words
138. 4 when they hear the words of thy mouth
141. 6 they shall hear my words : for they are
Prov. i. 2 to perceive the words of understanding
1. 21 She crieth. .in the city she uttereth her w.
2. i My son, if thou wilt receive my words, and
2. 16 stranger (which) flattereth with her words
5. 7 and depart not from the words of my mo.
6. 2 snared with the words, .the words of thy
7. i My son, keep my words, and lay up my
7. 5 Btranger(whlch)flattereth with her words
7. 24 Hearken, .attend to the words of my mo.
8. 8 All the words of my mouth (are) in righ.
75. 26 (the words) of the pure (are) pleasant w.
16. 24 Pleasant words (are as)anhoney comb
17. 27 He that hath knowledge spareth his words
19. 7 he pursueth (them with) words, .they are
19. 27 instruction, .to err from the words of kn.
22. 21 know, .words of truth, .answer the words
23. 12 Apply, .thinu ears to the words of know.
Isa. 32. 7 to destroy the poor with lying words, even
41. 26 (there is) none that heareth your words
Hos. 6. 5 I have slain them by the words of my ra.
2-4 saying, speech, "icx omer.
Psa. 68. ii The Lord" gave the word; great (was) the
Hab. 3. 9 the oaths of the tribes, (even thy) word
3.A saying, speech, >"PCN emrah.
Lam. 2. 17 he hath fulfilled his word that he had to.
4.A saying, speech, >"PDx imrah.
Deut 33. 9 they have observed thy word, and kept
2 Sa. 22. 31 the word of the LORD (is) tried ; he (is) a
Psa. 12. 6 The words of the LORD (are) pure words
18. 30 the word of the LORD is tried ; he (is) a
105. 19 the word of the LORD tried him
119. ii Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that
119. 38 Stablish thy word unto thy servant, wh
119. 41 Let thy mercies come, .according to thy w.
119. 50 This (is) my comfort, .thy word hath qu.
119. 58 be merciful unto me according to thy w.
1 19. 67 I went astray ; but now have I kept thy w.
119. 76 according to thy word unto thy servant
119. 82 Mine eyes fail for thy word, saying, Whem
119. 103 How sweet are thy words unto my taste
119. 116 Uphold me according to thy word that
119. 123 Mine eyes fail, .for the word of thy rig.
119. 133 Order my steps in thy word : and let not
WORD
1 sa. 19. 140 Thy word (is) very pure; therefore thy
19. 148 prevent.. that I might meditate in thy wo.
19. 154 deliver, .quicken me according to thy w.
19. 158 wasgrieved; because they kept not thy w.
19. 162 I rejoice at thy word, as one that flndeth
19. 170 deliver me according to thy word
19. 172 My tongue shall speak of thy word, for
38. 2 thou hast magnified thy word above all
Prov.3o. 5 Every word of God (is) pure: he (is) a sh.
Isa. 5. 24 despised the word of the Holy One of Isr.
5.A ivord, matter, thing, "vy* dabar.
Gen. 15. i After these things the word of the LORD
15. 4 the word of the LORD (came) unto him, say.
24. 30 when he heard the words of Rebekah his
24. 52 when Abraham s servant heard their wo.
27. 34 when Ksau heard the words of his father
27. 42 these words of Esau her elder son were told
30. 34 I would it might be according to thy wo.
31. i he heard the words of Labau s sons, saying
34. 1 8 their words pleased Hamor, and Shechem
37. 8 And they hated him. .for his words
37. 14 Go, I pray thee. .bring me word again
39. 17 spake unto him according to these words
39. 19 when his master heard the words of his
42. 16 that your words may be proved, whether
42. 20 so shall your words be verified, and ye sh.
43. 7 told, .according to the tenor of these wo.
44. 2 he did according to the word that Joseph
44. 6 and he spake unto them these same words
44. 7 Wherefore saith my lord these words? God
44. 10 also(let) it (be) according unto your words
44. 18 let thy servant, I pray thee, speak a word
44. 24 when we came, .we told him the words of
45. 27 they told him all the words of Joseph, wh.
Exod. 4. 15 thoushalt speak unto him, and put words
4. 28 Moses told Aaron all the words of the L.
4. 30 Aaron spake all the words which the Lo.
5. 9 and let them not regard vain words
8. 10 (Be it) according to thy word; that thou
8. 13 the LORD did according to the word of M.
9. 20 He that feared the word of the LORD am.
9. 21 he that regarded notthewordoftheLoRD
12. 35 did according to the word of Moses
14. 12 (Is) not this the word that we did tell thee
19. 6 These (are) the words which thou shalt sp.
10. 7 laid before their faces all these words wh.
19. 8 Moses returned the words of the people
19. 9 Moses told the words of the people unto
20. i And God spake all these words, saying
23. 8 and perverteth the words of the righteo.
24. 3 all the words, .the words which the LORD
24. 4 Moses wrote all the words of the LORD
24. 8 made with you concerning all these wor.
32. 28 the children, .did according to the word
34. i I will write upon (these) tables the words
34. 27 Write thou these words, .these words I
34. 28 He wrote upon the tables the words of the
35. i These (are) the words which the LORD ha.
Lev. 10. 7 they did according to the word of Moses
Num ii. 23 thou shalt see now whether my word sh.
11. 24 told the people the words of the LORD, and
12. 6 he said, Hear now my words : If there be
13. 26 brought back word unto them, and unto
14. 20 I have pardoned, according to thy word
15. 31 he hath despised the word of the LORD
16. 31 made an end of speaking all these words
22. 7 and spake unto him the words of Balak
22. 8 I will bring you word again, as the LOUD
22. 20 the word which I shall say unto thee, th
22. 35 the word that I shall speak unto thee, th.
22. 38 the word that God putteth in my mouth
23. 5 the LORD put a word in Balaam s mouth
23. 16 put a word in his mouth, and said, Go ag.
30. 2 he shall not break his word, he shall do
Deut. i. i These (be) the words which Moses spake
i. 22 bring us word again by what way we mu.
i. 25 brought us word again, and said, (It is) a
1. 34 the LORD heard the voice of your words
2. 26 I sent messengers . . with words of peace
4. 2 Ye shall not add unto the word which I
4, 10 I will make them hear my words, that
4. 12 ye heard the voice of the words, but saw
4. 36 thou heardest his words out of the midst
5. 5 I stood, .to show you the word of the Lo
5. 22 These words the LORD spake unto all your
5. 28 the voice of your words, .the words of th.
6. 6 these words, which I command thee this
9. 5 that he may perform the word which the
9. 10 the words which the LORD spake with you
10. 2 I will write on the tables the words that
11.18 Therefore shall ye lay up these my words
12. 28 hear all these words which I command
13. 3 Thou shalt not hearken unto the words
16. 19 and pervert the words of the righteous
17. 19 to keep all the words of this law and these
1 8. 1 8 will put my words in his mouth, and he
18. 19 whosoever will not hearken unto my wo.
1 8. 20 which shall presume to speak a word in
18. 21 How shall we know the word which the
27. 3 thou shalt write upon them all the words
27. 8 write upon the stones all the words of th.
27. 26 that conflrmeth not(all) the words of this
28. 14 shalt not go aside from any of the words
28. 58 will not observe to do all the words of th.
29. i These (are) the words of the covenant w.
29. 9 Keep therefore the words of this covena.
29. 19 when heheareth the words of this curse
29. 29 that (we) may do all the words of this law
30. 14 the word (is) very nigh unto thee, in thy
31. i Moses went and spake these words unto
31. 12 and observe to do all the words of this
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Deut 31. 24 Moses had made an end of writing the w.
31. 28 that I may speak these words in their ears
31. 30 Moses spake, .the words of this song, un.
32. 44 Moses came and spake all the words of
32. 45 made an end of speaking all these words
32. 46 the words which I testify among you this i
32. 46 to observe to do all the words of this law
Josh. 1. 13 Remember the word which Moses the se.
1. 1 8 will not hearken unto thy words in all th.
2. 21 she said, According unto your words, so
3. 9 and hear the words of the LORD your God
6. 10 neither shall (any) word proceed out of
8. 27 according unto the word of the LORD wh.
8. 34 he read all the words of the law, the bit-.
8. 35 There was not a word of all that Moses
14. 7 I brought him word again as (it was)in m.
14. 10 the LORD spake this word unto Moses
22. 30 heard, .words that the children of Reuben
22. 32 returned, .and brought them word again
24. 26 Joshua wrote these words in the book of
JuJg. 2. 4 angel of the LORD spake these words unto
9. 3 his mother s brethren spake, .these words
9. 30 when Zebul.. heard the words of Gaaltlic
ii. 10 if we do not so according to thy words
ii. 11 Jephthab uttered alibis words before the
11. 28 hearkened not unto the words of Jephtb.
13. 12 Manoah said, Now let thy words come to
16. 16 she pressed himdallywith her words, and
1 Sa. i. 23 tarry, .only the LORD establish his word
3. i the word of the LORD was precious in th.
3. 7 neither was the word of the LORD yet re.
3. 19 did let none of his words fall to the gro.
3. 21 the LORD revealed himself, .by the word
4. i the word of Samuel came to all Israel
8. 10 Samuel told all the words of the LORD un.
8. 21 Samuel heard all the words of the people
9. 27 that I may show thee the word of God
15. i hearken thou unto the voice of the words
15. 10 Then came the word of the LORD unto S.
15. 23 thou hast rejected the word of the LORD
15. 24 for I have transgressed, .thy words, beca.
15. 26 thou hast rejected the word of the LORD
17. ii Israel heard those wordsof the Philistine
17. 23 and spake according to the same words
17. 31 when the words were heard which David
18. 23 Saul s servants spake those words in the
18. 26 when his servants told David these words
21. 12 David laid up these words in his heart
24. 7 David stayed his servants with these wo.
24. 9 Wherefore hearest thoulmen s words, say.
24. 16 had made an end of speaking these words
25. 9 according to all those words in the name
25. 24 and hear the words of thine handmaid
26.19 I6 * " v lord the kniS hear the words of his
28. 20 was sore afraid, because of the words of
28. 21 have hearkened unto thy words which th.
2 Sa. 3. 8 Then was Abner very wroth for the words
3. ii he could not answer Abner a word again
7. 4 the word of the LpRDcameto Nathan, sa.
7. 7 spake I a word with any of the tribes of
7. 17 According to all these words, and accor.
7. 21 Forthyword ssake, and accordingto thine
7. 25 the word that thou hast spoken concern.
7. 28 thou (art) that God, and thy words be tr.
14. 3 So Joab put the words in her mouth
14.12 I pray thee, speak (one) word unto mylord
14. 17 The word of my lord the king shall now
14. 19 he put all these words in the mouth of tli.
15. 28 until there come word from you to certify
19. 43 the words, .were fiercer than the words
20. 17 she said unto him, Hear the words of tin.
. 2. i spake unto the LORD the words of this so.
-3. i these (be) the last wordsof David. David
24. 4 the king s word prevailed against Joab
24. ii the word of the LORD came unto the pro.
i-.Ki. i. 14 come in afterthee, and confirm thy words
2. 4 the LORD may continue his word which he
2. 23 if Adonijah have not spoken this word
2. 27 that he might fulfil the word of the LORD
2. 30 Benaiah brought the king word again, say.
2. 42 saidst. .The word. .1 have heard (is) good
3. 12 I have done according to thy words; lo, I
5. 7 when Hiram heard the words of Solomon
6. 1 1 the word of the LORD came to Solomon
6. 12 then will I perform my word with thee
8. 20 the LORD bath performed his word that
8. 26 let thy word, I pray thee, be verified, wh.
8. 56 there hath not failed one word of all bis
8. 59 let these my words, wherewith I have ma.
10. 7 I believed not the words, until I came
12. 7 If thou wilt, .speak good words to them
12. 22 the word of God came unto Shemaiah the
12. 24 to the word of the LORD, .to the word of
13. i there came a man of God. .by the word of
13. 2 he cried against the altar in the word of
13. 5 which the man. .had given by the word of
13. 9 For so was it charged me by the word of
13. ii the words whichhe had spokenuntothe
13. 17 For it was said to me by the word of the
13. 18 an angel spake unto me by the word of the
13. 20 the word of the LORD came unto the pro.
13. 26 according to the word of the LORD
13. 32 For the saying which he cried by the wo.
14. 18 according to the word of the LORD, which
16. i Then the word of the LORD came to Jehu
16. 7 came the word of the LORD against Baasha
16. 12, 34 according to the word of the LORD, wh.
17. i there shall not. .but according to my wo.
17. 2, 8 the word of the LORD came unto him
17. 5, 16 according to the word of the LORD
17. 24 I know, .that the word of the LORD in thy
18. i the word of the LORD came to Elijah in
WORD
I Ki.iS. 21 And the people answered him not a word
1 8. 31 unto whom the word of the LORD came
1 8. 36 I have done all these things at thy word
19. 9 the word of the LORD (came) to him, and
20. 9 departed and brought him word again
20. 35 said unto his neighbour in the word of the
21. 4 heavy and displeased because of the word
21. 17, 28 the word of the LORD came to Elijah
21. 27 came to pass, when Ahab heard those w.
22. 5 Enquire, .at the word of the LORD to day
22. 13 Behold, now, the words of the prophets
22. 13 let thy word, .be like the word of one of t.
22. 19 Hear thou thereforethe word of the LORD
22. 38 according unto the word of the LORD wh.
KL i. 7 What mannerof man. .told you these wo.?
i. 16 no God in Israel to enquire of his word?
i. 17 So he died according to the word of the
3. 12 said, The word of the LORD is with him
4. 44 left, .according to the word of the LORD
6. 12 telleth the king of Israel the words that
6. 18 smote., with blindness according to the w.
6. 30 came to pass, when the king heard the w.
7. i Then Elisha said, Hear ye the word of
7. 16 So. .according to the word of the LORD
9. 26 cast, .according to the word of the LORD
9. 36 he said, This (is) the word of the L< >RD
10. 10 there shall fall, .nothing of the word of
14. 25 according to the word of the LORD God
15. 12 This (was) the word of the LORD which he
18. 20 Thou sayest, but (they are but) vain words
18. 27 sent me. .to thee, to speak these words
18. 28 Hear the word of the greatking, the king
1 8. 36 the people answered him not a word, for
1 8. 37 and told him the words of Rab-shakeh
19. 4 hear all the words, .will reprove the words
19. 6 Be not afraid of the words which thou
19. 16 hear the words of Sennacherib, which
19. 21 This (is) the word that the LORD hath sp.
20. 4 the word of the LORD came to him, saying
20. 16 Isaiah said unto Hezekiah, Hear the word
20. 19 Good (is) the word of the LORD which thou
22. 9 Shapban. .brought the king word again
22. ii when the king had heard the words of the
22. 13 the words of this book, .words of this book
22. 16 all the words of the book which the king
22. 1 8 touching the words which thou hast heard
22. 20 And they brought the king word again
23. 2 he read in their ears all the words of the
23. 3 to perform the words of this covenant that
23. 16 took, according to the word, .these words
23. 24 that he might perform the words of the
24. 2 according to the word of the LORD, which
1 Ch.io. 13 against the word of the LORD, which h
1 1. 3, 10 according to the word of the LORD
13. 15 commanded according to the word of the
16. 15 the word which he commanded to athous.
17. 3 the word of God came to Nathan, saying
17. 6 spake I a word to any of the judges of Is.
17. 15 According to all these words, and accor.
si. 4 the king s word prevailed against Joab
21. 6 the king s word was abominable to Joab
21.12 advise thyself what word I shall bring
22. 8 the word of the LORD came to me, saying
23. 27 by the last words of David the Levite*
25. 5 in the words of God, to lift up the horn
2 Ch. 6. 10 The LORD therefore hath performed his
6. 17 let thy word be verified, which thou hast
9. 6 I believed not their words, until I came
10. 7 please them, and speak good words to
10. 15 the LORD might perform his word, which
11. 2 the word of the LORD came to Shemaiah
11. 4 they obeyed the words of the LORD, and
12. 7 the word of the LORD came to Shemaiah
15. 8 when Asa heard these words, and thepr.
1 8. 4 Enquire, I pray thee, at the word of the
1 8. 12 the words of the prophets, .let thy word
18. 1 8 hear the word of the LORD ; I saw the L.
29. 15 by the words of the LORD, to cleanse the
29. 30 sing praise unto the LORD with the words
30. 12 to do the commandment, .by the word of
32. 8 people rested themselves upon the words
33. 18 the words of the seers that spake to him
34. 16 brought the king word back again, say.
34. 19 when the king had heard the words of
34. 21 the words of the book, .the word of the
34. 26 (concerning) the words which thou hast
34. 27 thou heardest his words against this place
34. 28 So they brought the king word again
34. 30 he read in their ears all the words of the
34. 31 to perform the words of the covenant wh.
15. 6 (they) may do according to the word of
35. 22 hearkened not unto the words of Necho
36. 16 despised his words, and misused his pro.
36. 21 To fulfil the word of the LORD by the in.
36. 22 the word of the LORD (spoken) by the mo.
Ezra i. i the word of the LORD by the month of J.
7. ii a scribe of the words of the command.
9. 4 every one that trembled at the words of
10! 5 they should do according to this word
Neh. i. i The words of Nehemiah the son of Hach.
i. 4 it came to pass, when I heard these words
1. 8 the word that thou commandedst
2. 1 8 the king s words that he had spoken unto
5. 6 when I heard their cry and these words
6. 6 be their king, according to these words
6. 7 be reported, .according to these words
6. 19 they reported, .and uttered my words tc
8. 9 people wept, when they heard the words
8. 12 they had understood the words thatwepe
8. 13 even to understand the words of the law
Q. 8 performed thy words ; for thou (art) righ.
Esth. i. i the king did according to the word of Mo.
WORD 1069 WORD
Esth. 4. 9 Hatach came and told Esther the words
4. 12 And they told to Mordecai Esther s wo.
7. 8 As the word went out of the king s mou.
9. 26 for all the words of this letter, and (of
Q. 30 sent the letters, .(with) words of peace and
Job 2. 13 they sat down, .and none spake a word
o. 3 therefore my words are swallowed up
9. 14 chooseoutmy words (to reason) with him
ii. 2 Should not the multitude of words be an.
16. 3 Shall vain words have an end ? or what
so,. 22 After my words they spake not again, and
31. 40 The words of Job are ended
32. ii I waited for your words ; I gave ear to
33. i I pray thee. .hearken to all my words
34. 35 and his words (were) without wisdom
42. 7 after the LoRl) had spoken these words
Psa. 7. title, sang unto the LORD, concerning thew.
17. 4 by the word of thy lips I have kept (me
18. title, who spake unto the LOUD the words of
22. i (why art thon so) far. .(from) the words of
33. 4 the word of the LORD (is) right ; aud all
33. 6 By the word of the LORD were the heave.
36. 3 The words of his mouth (are) iniquity and
50. 17 Seeing thou. .easiest my words behind th.
52. 4 Thou lovest all devouring words, O thou
55. 21 his words were softer than oil, yet (were)
56. 4 In God I will praise his word : in God I
56. 5 Every day they wrest my words: all their
56. 10 I praise (his) word. .1 praise (his) word
59. 12 the sin of their (mouth) aud the words of
64. 3 (to shoot) their arrows, (even) bitter wo.
103. 20 hearkening unto the voice of his word
105. 8 the word (which) he commanded to a th.
105. 19 Until the timetthat his word came ; the
105. 28 and they rebelled not against his word
106. 12 Then believed they his words; they sang
106. 24 they despised, .they believed not his wo.
107. 20 He sent his word, and healed them, and
109. 3 They compassed me about . . with words of
1 19. 9 By taking heed . . according to thy word
119. 16 I will delight. .1 will not forget thy word
119. 17 Deal, .(chat) I may live, and keep thy w.
119. 25 quicken thou me according to thy word
119. 28 strengthen thoumeaccordingunto thyw.
119. 42 have, .to answer, .for I trust in thy word
119. 43 take not the word of truth utterly out of
119. 49 Remember the word unto thy servant
119. 57 I have said that I would keep thy words
119. 65 Thou hast dealt, .according unto thy wo.
119. 74 be glad, .because I have hoped in thy w.
119. 8 1 My soul fainteth. .(but) I hope in thy w.
119. 89 For ever, .thy word is settled in heaven
119. ioi have refrained . . that I might keep thy w.
119. 105 Thy word (is) a lamp unto my feet, aud
119. 107 quicken me, O LORD, according to thy w.
119. 114 Thou (art), .my shield: I hope in thyw.
119. 130 The entrance of thy words giveth light
119. 139 mine enemies have forgotten thy words
119. 147 I prevented, .cried : I hoped in thy word
119. 160 Thy word (is) true (from) the beginning
IIQ. 161 my heart standeth in awe of thy word
119. 169 give. . understanding according to thy w.
130. 5 I wait for the LORD, .and in his word do
147. 15 He sendeth forth, .his word runneth very
147. 18 He sendeth out his word and melteth th.
147. 19 He showeth his word unto Jacob, his sta.
148. 8 Fire and. .stormy wind fulfilling his word
Prov. i. 6 the words of the wise, and their dark sa.
1. 23 I will make known my words unto you
4. 4 Let thine heart retain my words; keepmy
4. 20 My son, attend to my words; incline thi.
10. 19 In the multitude of words there wanteth
12. 6 The words of the wicked (are) to lie in w.
12. 25 Heaviness..maketh it stoop; butagoodw.
13. 13 Whoso despiseth the word shall be destr.
14. 15 The simple believeth every word: but the
15. i soft answer turneth. .wrath, .grievous w.
15. 23 and a word, .in due season, howgood(is it)
1 8. 4 The words of a man s mouth (are as) deep
1 8. 8 The words of a talebearer (are) as wounds
22. 12 he overthroweth the words of the trausg.
2. 17 Bow down thine ear, and hear the words
23. 8 shalt thou vomit up, and lose thy sweet w.
25. ii A word fitly spoken (is like) apples of
26. 22 The words of a talebearer (are) as wounds
29. 19 A servant will not be corrected by words
29. 20 Seest thou a man. .hasty in his words?
30. i The words of Agur the son of Jakeh, (even)
30. 6 Add thou not unto his word, lest he rep.
31. i The words of king Lemuel, the prophecy
Eccl. i. i The words of the Preacher, the son of D.
5. 2 God (is) in heaven, .let thy words be few
5. 3 and a fool s voice, .by multitude of words
5. 7 in the multitude of dreams and many w.
7. 21 Also take no heed unto all words that are
8. 4 Where the word of a king (is, there is) po.
9. 16 the poor man . .his words are not heard
9. 17 The words of wise (men are) heard in qu.
io, 12 The words of a wise man s mouth are gr.
10. 13 The beginning of the words of his mouth
io. 14 A fool also is full of words ; a man cannot
12. TO sought, .acceptable words, .words of truth
12. ii The words of the wise (are) as goads, and
Isa. i. io Hear the word of the LORD, ye
2. i The word that Isaiah the son of Amoz saw
2. 3 and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem
8. io speak the word, and it shall not stand : for
8. 20 if they speak not according to this word
9. 8 The Lord sent a word into Jacob, and it
16. 13 This (is) the word that the LORD hath sp.
24. 3 spoiled ; for the LORD hath spoken this w.
28. 13 But the word of the LORD was
Isa. 28. 14 Wherefore heartheword of the LORD, ye
29. ii the vision of all is become, .as the words
29. 18 in that day shall the deaf hear the words
29. 21 That make a man an offender for a word
30. 12 Because ye despise this word, and trust
30. 21 thine ears shall hear a word behind thee
31. 2 Yet he also, .will not call back his words
36. 5 I say. .but (they are but) vain words, I
36. 12 Hath, .sent me. .to speak these words?
36. 13 Hear ye the words of the great king, the
36. 21 But they, .answered him not a word : for
36. 22 came, .and told him the words of Rabsh.
37. 4 will hear the words, .will reprove the w.
37. 6 Be not afraid of the words that thou hast
37. 17 and hear all the words of Sennacherib
37. 22 This (is) the word which the LOKD hath
38. 4 Then came the word of the LORD to Isaiah
39. 5 Then said Isaiah. .Hear the word of the
39. 8 Good (is) the word of the LORD which th.
40. 8 the word of our God shall stand for ever
41. 28 no. .counsellor, .could answer a word
44. 26 That conflrmeth the word of his servant
45. 23 thewordisgoneoutofmymouth(in)right.
50. 4 I should know how to speak a word in se.
51. 16 I have put my words in thy mouth, and
55. ii So shall my word be that goeth forth out
58. 13 nor finding..nor speaking (thine own) wo.
59. 13 uttering from the heart words of falsehood
59. 21 my words which I have put in thy mouth
66. 2 contrite spirit, and trembleth at my word
66. 5 Hear the word, .that tremble at his word
Jer. i. i The words of Jeremiah the sou of Hilkiah
i. 2 the word of the LORD came
So in v. 4, ii, 13 ; 2. i ; n. i ; 13. 3 , 8 ; 16. i ; 18. 5 ; 24.
4 ; 28. 12 ; 32. 6 ; 33. i, 19, 23 ; 34. 12 ; 36. 27 ; 39. 15 ; 49.
34 ; Eze. i. 3 : 3. 16 ; 6. i ; 7. i ; ii. 14 ; 12. i, 17, 21, 26 ;
13. i ; 14. 2, 12 ; 15. i ; 16. i ; 17. i ; 18. i ; 20. 45 ; 21. i,
8, 18 ; 22. i, 17, 23 ; 23. i ; 24. i, 15, 20 ; 25. i ; 26. i ; 27.
i ; 28. i, ii, 20; 29. i, 17 ; 30. i, 20 ; 31. i ; 32. i, 17 ; 33.
i, 23 ; 34. i ; 35 . i ; 36. 16 ; 37. 15 ; 38. i ; Jon. i. i ; 3. i ;
Hag. 2. 20; Zech. 4. 8; 6. 9 ; 7. i, 8.
Jer. i. 9 Behold, I have put my words in thy mou.
1. 12 for I will hasten my word to perform it
2. 4 Hear ye the word of the LORD, O house of
2. 31 generation, see ye the word of the LORD
3. 12 proclaim these words toward the north
5. 14 saith.. Because ye speak this word, behold
5. 14 I will make my words in thy mouth fire
6. io the word of the LORD is unto them a rep
6. 19 they have not hearkened unto my words
7. i The word that came to Jeremiah from the
7. 2 proclaim there this word . . Hear the word
7. 4 Trust ye not in lying words, saying, The
7. 8 ye trust in lying words, that cannot profit
7. 27 thou shalt speak all these words unto th.
8. 9 they have rejected the word of the LORD
9. 20 Yet hear the word . . the word of his mouth
10. i Hear ye the word which the LORD speak.
11. i The word that came to Jeremiah from the
ii. 2, 6 Hear ye the words of this covenant, and
ii. 3 the man that obeyeth not the words of th.
ii. 6 Proclaim all these words in the cities of
ii. 8 bring upon them all the words of this co.
ii. io forefathers, which refused to hear my wo.
13. 2 I got a girdle, according to the word of
13. io which refuse to hear my words, which w.
13. 12 thou shaltspeak unto them this word, Th.
14. 17 thou shalt say this word unto them ; Let
15. 16 Thy wordswere found, .thy word wasun.
16. io thou shall show this people all these wo.
17. 15 Where (is) the word of the LORD? let it
17. 20 Hear ye the word of the LORD, ye kings of
1 8. i The word which came to Jeremiah from
1 8. 2 there I will cause thee to hear my words
18. 18 word from the prophet, .any of his words
19. 2 proclaim there the words that I shall tell
19. 3 Hear ye the word of the LORD, O kings of
19. 15 that they might not hear my words
20. 8 the word of the LORD was made a reproach
21. i The word which came unto Jeremiah from
21. ii touching the house, .(say), Hear ye thew.
22. i Go down, .and speak there this word
22. 2 Hear the word of the LORD, O king of Ju.
22. 5 if ye will not hear these words, I swear by
22. 29 earth, earth, hear the word of the LORD
23. 9 and because of the words of his holiness
23. 16 Hearken not unto the words of the prop.
23. 18 heard his word? who hath marked his w.
23. 22 had caused my people to hear my words
23. 28 hath my word, let him speak my word fa.
23. 29 (Is) not my word like as a fire ? saith the
23. 30 that steal my words every one from his
23. 36 every man s word, .thewordsof the living
23. 38 Because ye say this word, The burden of
25. i The word that came to Jeremiah concer.
25. 3 the word of the LORD hath come unto me
25. 8 Because ye have not heard my words
25. 13 I will bring upon that land all my words
25. 30 prophesy thou against them all these wo.
26. i came this word from the LORD, saying
26. 2 speak. .all the words.. diminish not a word
26. 5 To hearken to the words of my servants
26. 7 heard Jeremiah speaking these words in
26. 12 to prophesy, .all the words that ye have
26. 15 sent rne. .to speak all these words in your
26. 20 according to all the words of Jeremiah
26. 21 all the princes, heard his words, the king
27. i came this word unto Jeremiah from the
27. 12 I spake, .according to all these words, sa.
27. 14 hearken not unto the words of the proph.
27. 16 Hearken not to the words ot your proph.
j. 18 if the word of the LORD be with them, let
Jer. 28. 6 the LORD perform thy words which thou
28. 7 hear thou now this word that I speak in
28. 9 the word of the prophet slwll come to pa.
29. i these (are) the words of the letter that
29. io perform my good word toward you, in ca.
29. 19 they have not hearkened to iny words, sa.
29. 20 Hear ye therefore the word of the LORD
29. 23 hare spoken lying words in my name, wh.
29. 30 Then came the word of the LORD untoJe.
30. i The word that came to Jeremiah from the
30. 2 Write thee all the words that I have spo.
30. 4 these (are) the words that the LORD spake
31. io Hear the word of the LORD, O ye nations
32. i The word that came to Jeremiah from the
32. 8 according to the word, .the word of the
32. 26 Then came the word of the LORD unto Jer.
34. i The word which came unto Jeremiah from
34. 4 hear the word of the LOKD, O Zedekiah
34. 5 for I have pronounced the word, saith the
34. 6 the prophet spake1
all these words unto
34. 8 (This is) the word that came unto Jerein.
34. 1 8 which have not performed the words of
35. i The word which came unto Jeremiah from
35. 12 Then came the word of the LORD unto Jer.
35.13 receive instruction to hearken to my word*
35, 14 The words of Jonadab the son of Kechab
36. i this word came unto Jeremiah from the
36. 2 write therein all the words that I have gp.
36. 4 Baruch wrote, .all the words of the LOUD
36. 6 read in the roll . . the words of the LORD
36. 8 reading in the book the words of the LoR
36. io Then read Baruch in the book the words
36. 13 Michaiah declared unto them all the wo.
36. 16 had heard all the words, .all these word*
36. 17 How didst thou write all these words at
36. 18 He pronounced all these words unto me
36. 20 told all the words in the ears of the king
36. 24 of his servants that heard all these words
36. 27 the words which Baruch wrote at the mo.
36. 28 write in it all the former words that were
36. 32 the words of the book, .many like words
37. 2 did hearken unto the words of the LORD
37. 6 Then came the word of the LORD unto
37. 17 and said. Is there (any) word from the Lo.
38. i heard the words that Jeremiah had spoken
38. 4 weakeneth . . hands . . in speaking such w.
38. 21 this (is) the word that the LORD hath sh.
38. 24 Let no man know of these words, andth.
38. 27 he told them according to all these words
39. 16 I will bring my words upon this city for
40. i The word that came to Jeremiah from
42. 4 I will pray, .according toyour words, and
42. 15 hear the word of the LORD, ye remnant of
43. i the words of the LORD . . all these words
43. 8 Then came the word of the LORD unto J.
44. i The word that came to Jeremiah concer.
44. 16 As for the word that thou hastspoken un.
44. 24 Hear the word of the LORD, all Judahth.
44. 26 hear ye the word of the LORD, all Judah
44. 28 shall know whose words shall stand, mine
44. 29 ye may know that my words shall surely
45. i The word . .he had written these wordsiii
46. i The word of the LORD which came to Je.
46. 13 The word that the LORD spake to Jerem.
47. i The word of the LORD that came to Jere.
50. i The word that the LORD spake against B.
51. 59 The word which Jeremiah the prophet co.
51. 60 these words (that are) written against Ba.
51. 61 and shalt see, and rhalt read all these w.
51. 64 Thus far (are) the words of Jeremiah
Eze. 2. 6 afraid of their words, .afraid of their wo.
2. 7 thou shalt speak my words unto them
3. 4 go. .and speak with my words unto them
3. f. whose words thou canst not understand
3. io all my words that I shall speak unto thee
3. 17 hear the word at my mouth, and give th.
6. 3 mountains of Israel, hear the word of the
12. 8 in the morning came the word of the Lo.
12. 17, 21, 26 the word of the LORD came to me
12. 25 and the word, .will I say the word, and
12. 28 none of my words, .the word which I ha.
13. 2 say thou . . Hear ye the word of the LORD
13. 6 hope that they would confirm the word
16. 35 O harlot, hear the word of the LORD
20. 2 Then came the word of the LoRDuntome
20. 47 Hear the word of the LORD ; Thus saith
25. 3 Hear the word of the Lord GOD, Thus sa.
33. 7 thou shalt hear the word at my mouth, and
33. 30 hear what is the word that cometh forth
33. 31 they hear thy words, but they will not do
33. 32 they hear thy words, but they do them
34. 7, 9 ye shepherds, hear the word of the Lo.
35. 13 have multiplied your words against me
36. i, 4 mountains of Israel, hear the word of
37. 4 O ye dry bones, hear the word of the Lo.
Dan. 9. 2 the word of the LORD came to Jeremiah
9. 12 he hath confirmed his words, which he sp.
io. 6 the voice of his words like the voice of a
io. 9 the voice of his words, .voice of his words
io. xi understand the words, .spoken this word
io. 12 words were heard. .1 am come for thy w.
10. 15 when he had spoken such words unto me
12. 4 O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the
12. 9 the words (are) closed up and ssaled till
Hos. i. i The word of the LORD that came unto H.
4. i Hear the word of the LORD, ye children
io. 4 They have spoken words, swearing falsely
14. 2 Take with you words, and turn to the L.
Joel i. i The word of the LORD that came to Joel
2. ii for (he is) strong that executeth his word
Amos i. i The words of Amos, who was among the
3. i Hear this word that the LORD hath spokea
WORD
Amos 4. i Hear this word, ye kine of Bashan, that
i Hear ye this word which I take up again
7 10 the hind is not able to bear all his words
7 iO hear thou the word of the LORD : Thou
8 ii a famine, .of hearingthewordsof theLoRD
812 run to and fro t seek the word of the L.
Jon V 3 went, .according to the word of the LOUD
i 6 word came unto the king of Nineveh. an. I
Mic. i. i The word of the LORD that came to Mirah
> 7 do not my words do good to him that wa
I! 2 and the word of the LOKDfrom Jenuali in
Zeph i i The word of the LORD which came unto
2. 5 the word of the LORD (is) against you, ()
Hag. i. i came the word of the LORD by Hagg;ii
1. 3 Then came the word of the LORD by Ha.-.
1 12 the words of Haggai the prophet, as the
2. i came the word of the LOUD by the proph.
2 5 (According to) the word that I covenanted
2. 10 came the word of the LORD by Haggai the
Zech. :. i, 7 came the word of the LoRl) unto /.i -rli.
i 6 my words and my statutes, which I coin
1. 13 (with) good words (and) comfortable wo
4. 6 This (is) the word of the LORD unto Zeru.
7. 4 Then came the word of the LORD of hos.
7. 7 (Should ye) not (hear) the words which
7. 12 the words which the LORD of hosts hath
8. i the word of the LORD of hosts came (to
8. 9 ye that hear in these days these words
8. 18 the word of the LORD of hosts came unto
9. i The burden of the word of the LORD in
11. ii knew that it (was) the word of the LORD
12. i The burden of the word of the LORD for
Mai i. i The burden of the word of the LORD to
2. 17 Ye have wearied the LORD with your wo
3. 13 Your words have been stout against me
6. Words, speeches, utterances, nn^n dabberoth.
Deut33- 3 and they, .shall receive of thy words
7. A saying, speech, i?N? memar.
Dan. 4. 17 the demand by the word of the holy ones
8.^1 word, speech, matter, nVs nullah.
2 Sa. 23. 2 The spirit, .spake by me, and his word
Job 4. 4 Thy words have upholden him that was
6. 26 i>o ye imagine to reprove words, and the
8. 10 tell thee, and utter words out of their he.
12. ii Uoth not the car try words? and the mo.
15. 13 and lettest (such) words go out of thy m.
16. 4 I could heap up words against you, and
18. 2 How long, .(ere) ye make an end of words
19. 2 will ye. .break me in pieces with words?
19. 23 O that my words were now written ! oh
23. 5 I would know the words (which) he won.
26. 4 To whom hast thou uttered words? and
32. 14 he hath not directed (his) words against
33. 8 I have heard the voice of (thy)words.(say.)
34. 2 Hear my words, O ye wise (men), and gi.
34. 3 the ear trieth words, as the mouth tasteth
34. 16 hear this ; hearken to the voice of my w.
35. 16 he multiplieth words without knowledge
36. 4 my words (shall) not (be) false : he that
38. 2 (is) this that darkeneth counsel by words
Psa. 19. 4 and their words to the end of the world
139. 4 (there is) not a word in my tongue, (but)
Prov 23. 9 tor he will despise the wisdom of thy wo.
Dan. 2. 9 have prepared lying and corrupt words
3. 28 have changed the king s word, and yield.
4. 31 While the word (was)in the king s mouth
5. 10 by reason of the words of the king and
6. 14 the king, when he heard (these) words
7. ii the voice of the great words which the
7. 25 he shall speak (great) words against the
Q.Mottth, .13 peh.
Gen. 41. 40 according unto thy word shall all my peo.
Num. 3. 16 numbered them, according to the word
3. 51 to his sons, according to the word of the
4. 45 according to the word of the LORD by the
20. 24 ye rebelled against my word at the water
22. 18 I cannot go beyond the word of the LORD
27. 21 at his word, .they go out, and at his wo.
36.- 5 according to the word of the LORD, say.
Deut c i . 5 by their word shall every controversy and
34. 5 died . . according to the word of the LORD
Josh. 19. 50 According to the word of the LORD, they
22. 9 according to the word of the LORD by the
i Ki. 13. 26 who was disobedient unto the word of the
i Ch. 12. 23 turn the kingdom. .according to the word
\Q. Matter, sentence, Djris pithgam.
Ezra 6. n whosoever shall alter this word, let tim.
11..-1 word, speech, matter, reason, \6yos logos.
Matt. 8. 8 speak the word only, and my servant sh.
8. 1 6 he cast out the spirits with (his) word
10. 14 whosoever shall not. .hear your words
12. 32 whosoever speaketh a word against the
12. 37 by thy words thou. .by thy words thou
13. 19 When any one heareth the word of the
13. 20 the same is he that heareth the word, and
13. 21 or persecution ariseth because of the wo.
13. 22 heareth the word .choke the word, and
13. 23 that received, .is he that heareth the wo.
15. 23 he answered her not a word. And his
22. 46 And no man was able to answer him a w.
24. 35 Heaven and earth shall pass, .but my w.
26. 44 and prayed the third time, .the same wo.
Mark 2. 2 straightway . . he preached the word unto
4. 14 The sower soweth the word
4. 15 where the word is. .taketh away the word
4. 16 who, when they have heard the word, im.
4. 17 when, .persecution ariseth for the word s
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Mark 4. 18 And these are they. .such as hear th<- wo.
4. 19 choke the word, and itbecoineth unfruit.
4. 20 such as hear the word, and receive (it)
4. 33 with many such parables spake he the w.
5. 36 As soon as Jesus heard the word that
7. 13 Making the word of God of none effect
8. 38 Whosoever, .shall be ashamed, .of my w.
10. 24 the disciples were astonished at his wor.
12. 13 send..Herodians, to catch him in (his)w.
13. 31 Heaven and earth shall pass, .but my wo.
14. 39 again he. .prayed, and spake the same w.
16. 20 [conlirmingthe word with signs follouin. ]
Luke i. 2 eye witnesses, and ministers of the word
i. 20 because thou believestnot my words, wh.
3. 4 As it is written in the book of the words
4. 22 wondered at the gracious words which
4. 32 were astonished, .for his word was with
4. 36 What a word (is) this ! for with authority
5. i people pressed upon him to hear the wo.
7. 7 say in a word, and my servant shall be he.
8. 1 1 the parable is this : The seed is the word
8. 12 taketh away the word out of their hearts
8. 13 which, when they hear, receive the word
8. 15 having heard the word, keep (it), and br.
8. 21 are these which hear the word of God
9. 26 whosoever shall be ashamed, .of [my w.]
10. 39 which, .sat at Jesus , .and heard his wor.
11. 28 blessed (are) they that hear the word of
12. 10 whosoever shall speak a word against
20. 20 that they might take hold of his words
21. 33 Heaven and earth shall pass, .but my w.
22. 61 Peter remembered the word of the Lord
23. 9 Then he questioned with him in many w.
24. 19 Jesus, .a prophet mighty in deed and wo.
24. 44 These (are) the words which I spake unto
John i. i In the beginning was the Word, and the
1. i Word was with God, and the Word was
1.14 the Word was made flesh, and dwelt amo.
2. 22 believed. . the word, which Jesus had said
4. 41 many more believed because of his own w.
4. 50 the man believed the word that Jesushad
5 . 24 He that heareth my word, and believeth
5. 38 ye have not his word abiding in you, for
8. 31 If ye continue in my word, (then) are ye
8. 37 ye seek to kill me, because my word hath
8. 43 Why. .(even) because ye cannot hear my w.
10. 3, If he called them gods unto whom the w.
12. 48 the word that I have spoken, the same
14. 23 If a man love me, he will keep my words
14. 24 the word which ye hear is not mine, but
15. 3 Now ye are clean through the word whi.
15. 20 Remember the word that I said untoyou
15. 25 that the word might be fulfilled that is
17. 6 thine they were . . they have kept thy wo.
17. 14 I have given them thy word ; and the wo.
17. 17 Sanctify them through thy truth; thy wo.
17. 20 which shallbelieve on me through their w.
Acts 2. 22 Ye men of Israel, hear these words : Jesus
2. 40 with many other words did he testify and
2. 41 Then they that gladly received his word
4. 4 Howbeit many of them which heard the w.
4. 29 with all boldness they may speak thy wo.
4. 31 they spake the word of God with boldness
5. 5 Ananias hearing these words fell down
6. 2 It is not reason . .we should leave the wo.
6. 4 give ourselves, to the ministry of the wo.
6. 7 the word of God increased ; and the num.
7. 22 Moses, .was mightyin words and in deeds
8. 4 they . . went every where preaching the w.
8. 14 heard that Samaria had received the word
8. 25 when they, .testified and preached the w.
10. 36 The word which (God) sent unto the chi.
10. 44 Holy Ghost fell on all. .which heard the w.
11. i Gentiles had also received the word of G.
11. 19 preaching the word to none but unto the
12. 24 But the word of God grew and multiplied
13. 5 they preached the word of God in the sy.
13. 7 Sergius . . desired to hear the word of God
13. 15 if ye have any word of exhortation for the
13. 26 to you is the word of this salvation sent
13. 44 whole city togethertohear the word of G.
13. 46 It was necessary that the word of God sh.
13. 48 they were glad, and glorified the word of
13. 49 the word of the Lord was published
14. 3 Lord, which gave testimony unto the w.
14. 25 when they had preached the word in Pe.
!j. 7 by my mouth should hear the word of the
15. 15 And to this agree the words of the proph.
15. 24 that certain, .have troubled you with wo.
15. 32 exhorted the brethren with many words
15. 35 teaching and preaching the word of the
15. 36 where we have preached the word of the
16. 6 forbidden, .to preach the word in Asia
ID. 32 they spake unto him the word of the Lo.
17. ii in that they received the word with all re.
17. 1 3 when the Jews, .had knowledge that the w.
1 8. ii teaching the word of God among them
18. 15 But if it be a question of words and nam.
19. 10 they which dwelt in Asia heard the word
19. 20 So mightily grew the word of God and pr.
20. 32 I commend you to God, and to the word
20. 35 to remember the words of the Lord Jesus
20. 38 Sorrowing mostof all for the words which
22. 22 they gave him audience unto this word
Rom. o. 6 Not as though the word of God
9. 9 For this (is) the word of promise, At this
15. 1 8 to make the Gentiles obedient, by word
i Co. i. 17 not with wisdom of words, lest the cross
2. 4 not with enticing (words of] man s wisd.
2. 13 not in the words which man s wisdom te.
4. 20 For the kingdom of God (is) not in word
12. 8 the word of wisdom..the word of kiiowle.
WORD
1 Co. 14. 9 except ye utter by the tongue words easy
14. 19 rather, .five words, .than ten thousand w.
14. 36 What, came the word of God out from y.t
2 Co. i. 18 But. .God (is) true, our word toward you
2. 17 we are not as many, which corrupt the w.
4. 2 nor handling the word of God deceitfully
5. 19 hath committed unto us the word of rec.
6. 7 By the word of truth, by the power of G.
10. ii such as we are in word by letters when
Gal. 5. 14 For all the law is fulfilled in one word
6. 6 Let him that is taught in the word com.
Kph. i. 13 after that ye heard the word of truth, the
5. 6 Let no man deceive you with vain words
I hil. 1.14 are much more bold to speak the word
2. 16 Holding forth the word of life, that I may
Col. i. 5 whereof ye heard before in the word of
i. 25 is given to me for you, to fulfil the word
3. 16 Let the word of Christ dwellin you richly
3. 17 And whatsoever ye do in word or deed
1 Th. i. 5 For our gospel came not unto you in word
i. 6 having received the word in much afflict.
1. 8 For from you sounded forth the word of
2. 5 neither at any time used we flattering w.
2. 13 the word of God. .word of men. .word of
4. 15 For this we say unto you by the word of
4. 18 Wherefore comfort one another with. .w.
2 Th. 2. 2 be troubled, neither by spirit, nor by w.
2. 15 which ye have been taught, whether by w.
2. 17 stablish you in every good word and work
3. t pray for us, that the word of the Lord
3. 14 if any man obey not our word by this ep.
1 Ti. 4. 5 it is sanctified by the word of God and p.
4. 6 nourished up in the words of faith and of
4. 12 be thou an example of. .believers, in word
5. 17 especially they who labour in the word
6. 3 consent not to wholesome words, (even)
2 Ti i. 13 Hold fast the form of sound words/which
2. 9 I suffer, .but the word of God is not hou.
2. 15 a workman, .rightly dividing the word of
2. 17 And their word will eat as doth a canker
4. 2 Preach the word; be instant in season, out
4. 15 for he hath greatly withstood our words
Titus i. 3 But hath in due times manifested his wo.
1. 9 Holding fast the faithfulword ab he hath
2. 5 that the word of God be not blasphemed
Heb. 2. 2 For if the word spoken by angels was st.
4. 2 but the word preached did not profit them
4. 12 For the word of God (is) quick, and pow.
5. 13 (is) unskilful in the word of righteousness
7. 28 but the word of the oath, which was since
12. 19 that the word should not lie spoken to th.
13. 7 who have spoken unto you the word of God
13. 22 suffer the word of exhortation, for I have
Jas. i. 1 8 Of his own will begat he us with the word
i. 21 receive with meekness the ingrafted word
i. 22 But be ye doers of the word, and not he.
1. 23 For if any be a hearer of the word, and not
3. 2 If any manoffend not in word, the same
1 Pe. i. 23 Being born again, .by the word of God
2. 8 which stumble at the word, being disobe.
3. i obey not the word, .may without the word
2 Pe. i. 19 We have also a more sure word of proph.
2. 3 shall they with feigned words make ruer.
3. 5 by the word of God the heavens were of
3. 7 by the same word are kept in store, reser.
i Jo. i. i hands have handled, of the word of life
1. 10 we make him a liar, and his word is not
2. 5 But whoso keepethhis word, in him verily
2. 7 The old commandment is the word which
2. 14 because ye are strong, and the word of G.
3. 18 let us not love in word, neither in tongue
5 . 7 [the Father, the Word, and the Holy Gh.]
3 John 10 prating against us with malicious words
Rev. i. 2 Who bare record of the word of God, and
i. 3 they that hear the words of this prophecy
1. 9 for the word of God, and for the testimony
3. 8 kept my word, and hast not denied my na.
3. 10 Because thou hast kept the word of my p.
6. 9 souls of them that were slain for the word
12. ii overcame, .by the word of their testimony
19. 13 and his name is called. The Word of God
20. 4 that were beheaded, .for the word of God
21. 5 Write: for these words are true and faith.
22. 18 testify unto every man that heareth the w.
22. 19 if any man shall take away from the words
12.A saying, speech, matter, thing, (tripa rhema.
Matt. 4. 4 not live by bread alone, but by every wo.
12 36 That every idle word that meu shall speak
18 16 that, .in the mouth of . .witnesses every w.
26 75 Peter remembered the word of .Tesus, wh.
27. 14 And he answered him to never a word
Marki 4 . 72 Peter called to mind the word that Jesus
Luke i 38 said . . be it unto me according to thy word
2. 29 lettest thou. .depart, .according to thy w.
3 2 the word of God came unto John the son
4 4 [not live by bread alone, but by every w.]
s 5 nevertheless at thy won! I will let down
20. 26 they could not take hold of his words be.
24 8 And they remembered his words
24 1 1 their words seemed to them as idle tales
JohnV 34 he whom God hath sent ipeakoththewo.
= 47 believe not. how shall ye believe my wo.T
6. 63 the words that I speak unto you. .are sp.
6. 68 Lord, .thou hast the words of eternal life
8. 20 These words spake Jesus in the treasury
8. 47 He that is of God heareth God s words
10. 21 These are not the words of him that hatk
12. 47 if any man hear my words, and believe
12. 48 He that, .rect-iveth not my words, hath
14. 10 the words that 1 speak unto you I speak
15. 7 II ye abide in me, and my words abide in
WORDS 1071 WORK
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2 Pe. 3.
Jude
Rev. 17.
8 For I have given unto them the words wh.
14 be this known unto you. . hearken to my w.
20 speak . . to the people all the words of this
ii We have heard him speak blasjiiieinous w.
13 blasphemous wordsagainsttlnsholyplace
22 to send for thee. .and to hear words of thee
37 That word, .ye know, which was published
44 While Peter yet spake these words, the
14 Who shall tell thee words, whereby thou
16 Then remembered I the word of the Lord
42 the Gentiles besought that these words
38 the serjeants told these words unto the
25 but speak forth the words of truth and
25 departed, after. . Paul had spoken one wo.
8 The word is nigh thee. .the word of faith
17 faith, .by hearing, and hearing by the wo.
18 and their words uuto the ends of the wo
4 How that he. .heard unspeakable words
1 lu the mouth of. .witnesses shall every w.
26 it with the washing of water by the word
17 the sword of the spirit, which is the word
3 upholding all things by the word of his
5 have tasted the good word of God, and
3 that the worlds were framed by the word
19 sound of a trumpet, and the voice of words
25 the word of the Lord, .this is the word wh.
2 That ye may be mindful of the words which
17 remember ye the words which were spok.
17 until [the words] of God shall be fulfilled
WORDS, of the word, a few
1. Logical, reasonable, verbal, \oyu<6s logikos.
1 Pe. 2. 2 babes, desire the sincere milk of the word
2. Concisely, briefly, ffwrApus suntomos.
Acts 24. 4 pray . . hear us of thy clemency a few words
"WORD (again), to bring or strive about words
1. To tell off, away, again, a.ira.yye\\(a apaffgellff.
Matt. 2. 8 bring me word again, that I may come and
28. 8 and did run to bring his disciples word
2. To say, speak, cl-nov eipon.
Matt. 2. 13 and be thou thereuntil I bring thee word
%. To fight about words, \oyofj.axt<a logmnacheo.
2 Ti. 2. 14 that they strive uot about words to no pr.
4. A fighting about words, Ao-yottax"* logomachia.
i Ti. 6. 4 doting about questions and strifes of wo.
WORK (effectual) working, workmanship
1. A word, matter, thing, ~>^ dabar.
i Ch.i6. 37 continually, as every day s work required
Psa.i45. 5 of thy majesty, and of thy wondrous wo.
2. Labour, yv yagia.
Job io. 3 that thou shouldest despise the work of
3.Hand, power, T yad,
Exod 14. 31 Israel saw that great work which the L.
4 .Formation, frame, is; yrf.<n>r.
Hab. 2. 1 8 that the maker of his work trusteth the.
5. Work, roN^p melakah.
Gen. 2. 2 God ended his work, .all his work which
2. 3 in it he had rested from all his work wh.
Exod 1 2. 16 no manner of work shall be done in them
20. 9 Six days shalt thou . . do all thy work
20. io thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy
31. 3 spirit, .in all manner of workmanship
31. 5 to work in all manner of workmanship
31. 14 for whosoever doeth (any) work therein
31. 15 Six days may work be done; but in the
31. 15 whosoeverdoeth(any)workinthesabbath
35. 2 Six days shall work be done, but on the
35. 2 whosoever doeth work therein shall be
35. 21 brought the LORD S offering to the work
35. 24 every man with whom was found . . any w.
35. 29 for all manner of work which the LORD
35. 31 the spirit .in all manner of workmanship
35. 33 And. .to make any manner of cunning w.
35. 35 manner of work, .of them that do any w.
36. i to know how to work all manner of work
36. 2 stirred him up to come unto the work to
36. 3 had brought for the work of the service
36. 4 the wise men, that wrought all the work
36. 4 came every man from his work which they
36. 5 for the service of the work which the L.
36. 6 Let neither man nor woman make, .work
36. 7 the stuff, .was sufficient for all the work
36. 8 among them that wrought the work of the
38. 24 for the work in all the work of the holy
39. 43 Moses did look upon all the work, and
40. 33 court gate. So Moses finished the work
Lev. ii. 32 whatsoever vessel, .wherein (any) work
13. 51 be spread, .in any work that is made of
16. 29 ye shall afflict your souls, and do no work
23. 3 Six days shall work be done: but the se.
23. 3 the seventh day . . ye shall do no work (th )
23. 7, 8, 21, 25, 35, 36 ye shall do no servile wo.
23. 28 ye shall do no work in that same day, for
23. 30 whatsoever soul . . doeth any work in that
23. 31 Ye shall do no nnnnerof work, .a statute
Num. 4. 3 to do the work in the tabernacle of the
28. 18 ye shall do no manner of servile work (th.)
28. 25, 26 ye shall do no servile work
29. i, 12, 35 ye shall do no servile work
29. 7 afflict your souls : ye shall not do any w.
Deut. 5. 13 Six days thou shalt labour, and do., work
5. 14 thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy
1 6. 8 a solemn assembly . .thou shalt do no w.
i Sa. 8. 16 will take . .your asses, and put. .to his w.
i Ki. 5. 16 over the work.. over the people, .in the w.
7. 14 all works in brass, .and wrought, .his w.
1 Ki. 7. 22 And. .so was the work of the pillars flni.
7. 40 Hiram made an end of doing all the work
7. 51 So was ended all the work that king Sol.
9. 23 overS. s work, .over the people, .in the w.
2 Ki. 12. ii into the hands of them that did the work
22. 5 doers of the work . .to the doers of the w.
22: 9 into the hand of them that do the work
1 Ch. 4. 23 they dwelt with the king for his work
6. 49 for all the work of the (place) most holy
9. 13 very able men for the work of the service
9. 19 over the work of the service, keepers of
9. 33 they were employed in . . work day and ni.
22. 15 cunning men for every manner of work
23. 4 to set forward the work of the house of the
23. 24 that did the work for the service of the ho.
27. 26 over them that did the work of the field
28. 13 and for all the work of the service of the
28. 19 LORD made meunderstand. .alltheworks
28. 20 until thou hast finished all the work for
28. 21 with thee for all manner of workmanship
39. i the work (is) great: for the palace (is) not
29. 5 for all manner of work . . by the hands of
29. 6 with the rulers of the king s work, offered
2 Ch. 4. ii Iluram finished the work that he was to
5. i Thus all the work that Solomon made for
8. 9 Solomon make no servants for his work
8. 16 all the work of Solomon was prepared unto
16. 5 he left off building, .and let his work cea.
24. 12 gave it to such as did the work of the ser.
24. 13 So the workmen wrought, and the work
29. 34 the Levites did help them, till the work
34. 12 the men did the work faithfully, and the
34. 13 overseers of all that wrought the work in
Ezra 2. 69 They gave . . unto the treasure of the work
3. 8 to set forward the work of the house of
6. 22 to strengthen their hands in the work of
10. 13 neither (is this) a work of one day or two
Neh. 2. 16 neither, .told (it).. the rest that did the w.
4. ii and slay them, and cause the work to ce.
4. 15 we returned all. .every one unto his work
4. 16 half of my servants wrought in the work
4. 17 with one of his hands wrought in work
4. 19 The work (is) great and large, and we are
4. 21 So we laboured in the work : and half of
5. 16 also I continued in the work of this wall
5. 16 my servants. .gathered thither unto the w.
6. 3 I (am) doing a great work.. should the w.
6. 9 hands shall be weakened from the work
6. 16 they perceived thatthis work waswrought
7. 70, 71 chief of the fathers gave unto the.. wo.
. io. 33 (for) all the work of the house of our God
11. 12 their brethren that did the work of the
13. io Levites and the singers, that did the work
Psa. 73. 28 my trust..that I may declare all thy works
ProviS. 9 He..that is slothful in his work is brother
24. 27 Prepare thy work without, and make it fit
Jer. 17. 22 neither do ye any work; but hallow ye the
17. 24 but hallow the sabbath day, to do no wo.
1 8. 3 behold, he wrought a work on the wheels
48. io Cursed (be) he that doeth the work of the
50. 25 this (is) the work of the Lord GOD of hosts
Eze. 15. 3 Shall wood be taken thereof to do any w.?
15. 4 is cast into the fire..Is it meet for..work?
15. 5 when it was whole, it was meet for no w.
15. 5 shall it be meet yet for..work, when the
28. 13 the workmanship of thy tabretsandof thy
Hag. i. 14 they came and did work in the house of
6. Deed, act, doing, "i^yo mabad.
Job 34. 25 Therefore he knoweth their works, and he
Dan. 4. 37 all whose works (are) truth, and his ways
7.An act, deed, /J i.D maalal.
Neh. 9. 35 neither turned they from their wicked w.
Psa. 77. ii I will remember the works of the LORD
78. 7 That they might..not forget the works of
S.Deed, doing, act, work, nyyQ maaseh.
Gen. 5. 29 concerning our work and toil of our hands
Exod. 5. 4 do ye. .let the people from their works?
5. 13 Fulfil your works, .daily tasks, as when
1 8. 20 show them, .the work that they must do
23. 12 Six days thou shalt do thy work, and on
23. 24 nor serve them, nor do after their works
24. io under his feet as it were a paved work
26. i cherubim of cunning work shalt thou m.
26. 31 and fine twined linen, of cunning work
28. 6 and fine twined linen, with cunning work
28. 8 shall be of the same, according to the w.
28. ii With the work of an engraver in stone
28. 14 wreathen work shalt thou make them, and
28. 15 with cunning work ; after the work of the
28. 22 chains at the ends (of) wreathen work (of)
28. 32 it shall have a binding of woven work ro.
32. 16 the tables, .the work of God, and the wr.
34. io all the people . . shall see the work of the
36. 8 cherubim of cunning work made he them
36. 35 cherubim made he it of cunning work
37. 29 according to the work of the apothecary
39. 3 and in the fine linen, (with)cunning work
39. 5 the same, according to the work thereof
39. 8 cunning work, like the work of the ephod
39. 15 chains at the ends, (of) wreathen work (of)
39. 22 made the robe of the ephod (of)woven w.
39. 27 made coats (of) fine linen, (of) woveu work
39. 29 blue, and purple, and scarlet,(of)needlew.
Num. 8. 4 this work of the candlestick, .beaten gold
16. 28 the LORD hath sent me to do all these wo.
31. 20 all work of goat s (hair).and all things ma.
Deut. 2. 7 God hath blessed thee in all the works of
3. 24 what God . . can do according to thy works
4. 28 ye shall serve gods/ the work of men s ha.
14. 29 God may bless thee in all the work of thi.
Deut 15. io God shall bless thee in all thy works, and
16. 15 God shall bless thee. .in all the works of
24. 19 God may bless thee in all the work of th,
27. 15 the work of the hands of the craftsman
28. 12 and to bless all the work of thine hand
30. 9 will make thee plenteous in every work
31. 29 to provoke him to anger through the wo.
Josh. 24. 31 which had known all the works of the Lw.
Judg. 2. 7 had seen all the great works of the I.ri>
2. io knew not the LORD, nor yet the works wh.
19. 16 there came an old man from his work out
i Sa. 8. 8 According to all the works which they ha.
19. 4 his works (have been) to thee ward very
1 Ki. 7. 8 another court, .(which) was of the like w.
7. 17 checker work, and wreaths of chain work
7. 19 the chapiters, .(were) of lily work in the
7. 22 upon the top of the pillars (was) lily work
7. 28 the work of the bases (was) on this (man.)
7. 29 (were) certain additions made of thin wo.
7/31 (after) the work of the base, a cubit and
7. 33 the work of the wheels (was) like the wo.
13.11 sons came and told him all the works that
16. 7 in provoking him to anger with the work
2 Ki.i6. io according to all the workmanship thereof
19. 18 the work of men s hands, wood and stone
22. 17 provoke me to anger with all the works
1 Ch. 23. 28 the work of the service of the house of
2 Ch. 3. io he made two cherubim of image work, and
4. 5 the brim of it like the work of the brim
20. 37 the LORD hath broken thy works. And the
31. 21 in every work that he began in the servL
32. 19 (which were) the work of the hands of m.
32. 30 And Hezekiah prospered in all his works
34. 25 provoke me to auger with all the works
Neh. 6. 14 think thou. .according to these their wo.
Job i. io Thou hast blessed the work of his hands
14. 15 thou wilt have a desire to the work of th.
34. 19 for they all (are) the work of his hands?
37. 7 sealeth . . that all men may know his work
Psa. 8. 3 I consider thy heavens, the work of thy
8. 6 to have dominion over the works of thy
19. i and the firmament showeth his handy wo.
28. 4 give them after the work of their hands
33. 4 right; and all his works (are done) in trn.
33. 15 fashioneth. .he considereth all their work
62. 1 2 renderest to every man according to his w
66. 3 How terrible (art thou in) thy works ! thr.
86. 8 neither (are there), .like unto thy works
90. 17 established thou the work, .the work of
92. 4 I will triumph in the works of thy hands
92. 5 O LORD, how great are thy works ! (and)
02. 25 and the heavens (are) the work of thy ha.
03. 22 Bless the LORD, all his works in all places
04. 13 is satisfied with the fruit of thy works
04. 24 O LORD, how manifold are thy works ! iu
o4. 31 the LORD shall rejoice in his works
06. 13 They soon forgat his works ; they waited
06. 35 were mingled, .and learned their works
06. 39 Thus were they defiled with their, .works
07. 22 letthem. .declare his works with rejoicing
07. 24 These see the works of the LORD, and his
ii. 2 The works of the LORD (are) great, sought
1 1. 6 showed his people the power of his works
ii. 7 The works of his hands (are) verity and
15. 4 Their idols(are) silver and gold, the work
1 8. 17 but live, and declare the works of the L.
35. 15 silver and gold, the work of men s hands
38. 8 forsake not the works of thineowu hands
39. 14 marvellous (are) thy works; and (that) my
43. 5 I meditate.. I muse on the work of thy ha.
45. 4 One generation shall praise thy works to
45. 9 his tender mercies (are) over all his works
45. io All thy works shall praise thee, O LORD
45. 17 The LORD (is) righteous, .in all his works
Prov 1 6. 3 Commit thy works unto the LORD, and
16. ii all the weights of the bag (are) his work
31. 31 let her own works praise her in the gates
Eccl. i. 14 I have seen all the works that are done
2. 4 I made me great works; I builded me ho.
2. n Then I looked on all the works that my
2. 17 the work that is wrought under the sun
3. 1 1 so that no man can find out the work that
3. 17 time, .for every purpose and for every w.
3. 22 that a man should rejoice in his own wo.
4. 3 who hath not seen the evil work that is
4. 4 I considered all travail,and every right w.
5. 6 wherefore should God . .destroy the work
7. 13 Considerthe work of God; forwhocanma.
8. 9 applied my heart unto every work that is
8. ii Because sentence against an evil work is
8.14 according to the work . . according to the w.
8. 17 Then I beheld all the work of God, that
8. 17 a man cannot find out the work that is
9. 7 Go thy way. .God now accepteth thy wo.
9. io no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor
n. 5 even so thou knuwest not the works of God
12.14 God shall bring every work into judgment
Song 7. i the work of the hands of a cunning wor.
Isa. 2. 8 they worship the work of their own hands
5. 19 Let him make speed ,(and)hasten his work
io. 12 the LORD hath performed his whole work
17. 8 he shall not look to the altars, the work
19. 14 have caused Egypt to err in every work th.
19. 15 Neither shall there be. .work for Egypt
IQ. 25 Blessed (be). . Assyria the work of my ha.
26. 12 for thou hast wrought all our works in us
28. 21 that he may do his work, his strange work
29. 15 their works are in the dark and they say
29. 16 for shall the work say of him that made
29. 23 when he seeth his children, the work of
32. 17 the work of righteousness shall be peace
37. 19 no gods, but the work of men s hands, wo.
WORK 1072 WORK
Isa. 41. 29 they (are) all vanity; their works (are) no.
54. 16 bringeth forth an instrument for his work
57. 12 I will declare, .thy works; for they shall
59. 6 with their works: their works (are) works
60. 21 the work of my hands, that I may be glo.
64. 8 But now. .we all (are) the work of thy ha.
65. 22 mine elect shall long enjoy the work of
66. 1 8 For I (know) their works and their thou.
Jer. i. 1 6 worshipped the works of their own hands
7. 13 because ye have done all these works, sa.
10. 3 (the work of the hands of the workman)
10. 9 work of the workman, .the work of cunu.
jo. 15 They (are) vanity, .the work of errors: in
25- 6, 7 provoke me . . with the works of your
25. 14 according to the works of their ownhands
32. 30 provoked me . . with the work of their ha.
44. 8 provoke me. .with the worksof your hands
48. 7 For because thou hast trusted in thy wo.
51. 10 let us declare in Zion the work of the Lo.
51. 18 They (are) vanity, the work of errors: in
Lam. 3. 64 Render, .according to the work of their
4. 2 esteemed . .the work of the hands of the
Eze. i. 16 their work (was) like . . their work (was) as
6. 6 cut down, and your works may be abolish.
16. 30 the work of an imperious whorish woman
46. i The gate, .shall be shut the six working
Dan. 9. 14 righteous in all his works which he doeth
Hos. 13. 2 idols, .all of it the work of the craftsmen
14. 3 neither will we say anymore to the work
Amos 8. 7 Surely I will never forget any of their wo.
Jon. 3. 10 God saw their works, that they turned fr.
Mic. 5. 13 thou shall no more worship the work of
6. 16 and all the works of the house of Ahab
Hag. 2. 14 so (is) every work of their hands; and that
9. Work, doing, act, 7>7Ep miphal.
Prov. 8. 22 The LORD possessed me. .before hisworks
10. Work, doing, act, "iSyED miphalah.
Psa. 46. 8 Come, behold the works of the LORD, wh.
66. 5 Come, and see the works of God: (he is)
It. A deed, doing, service, i^J?. abad.
Eccl. 9. i righteous, and the wise, and their works
12. Service, deed, rnnj abodah.
Exod. 5. 9 Let there more work be laid upon the men
5. ii yet not ought of your work shall be dim
39. 32 Thus was all the work of the tabernacle
39. 42 so the children of Israel made all the wo.
Num. 4. 30 to do the work of the tabernacle of the co.
4. 35, 39, 43 for the work in the tabernacle of
Neh. 3. 5 nobles put not their necks to the work
IS. Service, deed, nra abidah.
Ezra 4.^24 Then ceased the work of the house of God
5. 8 work goeth fast on, and prospereth in th.
6. 7 Let the work of this house of God alone
14. Act, action, n^j;. alilah.
Psa. 14. i they have done .abominable works; (the.
78. ii forgat his works, and his wonders that he
141. 4 practise wicked works with meii that wo.
15. Act, action, n^>^ aliliyyah.
Jer. 32. 19 Great in counsel, and mighty in work : for
16. Work, deed, doing, 7$Spoal.
Deut 32. 4 his work (is) perfect ; for all his ways (are)
33. ii LORD, his substance, and accept the work
Ruth 2. 12 LORD recompense thy work, and a full re.
Job 7. 2 hireling looketh for(the reward of) his w.
24. 5 (as) wild asses, .go they forth to their w.
34. ii For the work of a man shall he render un.
36. 9 Then he showeth them their work, and
36. 24 Remember that thou magnify his work
Psa. 9. 16 the wicked is snared in the work of his
44. i (what) work thou didst in their days, in
64. 9 men shall fear, and shall declare the work
77. 12 I will meditate also of all thy work, and
90. 16 Let thywork appear unto thy servants, and
92. 4 hast made me glad through thy work : I
95. 9 tempted me, proved me, and saw my wo
104. 23 Man goeth forth unto his work and to his
in. 3 Hiswork(is)honourableandglorious; and
143. 5 meditate on all thy works ; I muse on the
Prov 20. 1 1 whether his work (be) pure, and whether
21. 8 strange : but (as for) the pure, his work
24. 12 render to (every) man according to his w.
24. 29 will render to the man according to his w.
Isa. 5. 12 but they regard not the work of the LORD
41. 24 Behold, ye (are) of nothing, and your w.
45. 9 What makest thou ? or thy work, He hath
45. ii concerning, .work of my hands, command
Jer. 22. 13 without wages, .giveth him not for his w.
50. 29 recompense her according to her work
Hab. i. 5 for(I) will work a work in your days, (wh.)
3. 2 revive thy work in the midst of the yearg
17. Work, deed, doing, ^f]l^ peullah.
2 Ch.i5. 7 let not your hands be weak : for your w.
Psa. 17. 4 Concerning the works of men, by the wo.
28. 5 Because they regard not the works of the
Prov ii. 18 The wicked worketh a deceitful work : but
isa. 40. 10 his reward (is) with him, and his work
49. 4 judgment (is) with the LORD, and my wo.
61. 8 will direct their work in truth, and I will
62. 1 1 his reward (is) with him, and his work be.
65. 7 therefore will I measure their former w.
Jer. 31. 10 for thy work shall be rewarded, saith the
18. Substance, wisdom, rnphn tushiyyah.
Isa. 28. 29 wonderful in counsel, (and) excellent in w.
19. Energy, in loorking, ivtpyaa energeia.
Kph. 1. 19 according to the working of his mighty
Eph. 3. 7 given unto me by the effectual working of
4. 16 according to the effectual working in the
Phil. 3. 21 according to the working whereby he is
Col. i. 29 striving according to his working, which
2 Th. 2. 9 whose coming is after the working of Sa.
20.,!,, energy, inu-orking, fvfpyr)fj.a energema.
\ Co. 12. 10 To another the working of miracles; to
21. Work, Imsiness, gain, Ipyatria crgnsia.
Eph. 4. 19 unto lasciviousuess, to work all unclean.
22. Work, deed, business, tpyov ergon.
Matt. 5. 16 they may see your good works, and glorify
ii. 2 w hen John had heard in the prison the w.
23. 3 but do not ye after their works : for they
23. 5 But all their works they do for to be seen
26. 10 for she hath wrought a good work upon
Mark 1 3. 34 to every man his work, and commanded
14. 6 Jesus said, .she hath wrought a good w.
John 4. 34 saith unto them, My meat, .finish his w.
5. 20 will show him greater works than these
5. 36 for the works, .the same works that I do
6. 28 shall we do that we might work the woiks
6. 29 This is the work of God, that ye believe
7. 3 that thy disciples also may see the works
7. 7 because I testify of it, that the works th.
7. 21 said unto them, I have done one work, and
8. 39 Abraham s children, ye would do the wo.
9. 3 but that theworks of Godshpuld be made
9. 4 I must work the works of him that sent
10. 25 works that Ido in my Father s name, they
10. 32 Manygood works have I showed you from
10. 32 for which of those works do ye stone me?
10. 33 for a good work we stone thee not; but
10. 37 If I do not the works of my Father, beli.
10. 38 though ye believe not me, believe the w.
14. :o that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works
14. n or else believe me for the very work s sa.
14. 12 works that I do shall he do also; and gr.
15. 24 If I had not done among them the works
17. 4 have finished the work which thou gavest
Acts 5. 38 for if this counsel or this work be of men
7. 41 and rejoiced in the works of their own ha.
9. 36 this woman was full of good works and
13. 2 for the work whereunto I have called th.
13. 41 a work in yourdays, [a work] which ye sh.
14. 26 recommended to. .grace of God for the w.
15. 18 [Known unto God are all his works from]
15. 38 But Paul, .went not with them to the wo.
26. 20 repent, and turn to God, and do works m.
Rom. 2. 15 Which show the work of the law written
3. 27 It is excluded. By what law? of works?
4. 2 For if Abraham were justified by works
4. 6 God imputeth righteousness without wo.
9. ii according to election might stand, .works
9. 32 not by faith, but as it were by the works
11. 6 no more of works. .[But if (it be) of works]
ii. 6 [no more grace; otherwise work is no ni.j
13. 3 For rulers are not a terror to good works
13. 12 let us therefore cast off the works of dar.
14. 20 For meat destroy not the workof God. A.
1 Co. 3. 13 Every man s work, .try every man s work
3. 14 If any man s work abide which he hath
3. 15 If any man s work shall be burnt, he sh.
9. i Christ our Lord ? are not ye my work in
15. 58 always abounding in the workof the Lord
16. 10 for he worketh the work of the Lord, as
2 Co. 9. 8 (things), may abound to every good work
ii. 15 whose end shall be according to their w.
Gal. 2. i6worksof the law. .works of the law. .works
3. 2 Received ye the spirit by the works of the
3. 5 by the works of the law, orbythe hearin;;
3. 10 For as many as are of the works of the law
5. 19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest
6. 4 But let every man prove his own work, and
Eph. 2. 9 Not of works, lest any man should boast
2. 10 created in Christ Jesus unto good works
4. 12 for the work of the ministry, for the edi.
5. ii have no fellowship with theunfruitfulw.
Phil. i. 6 that he which hath begun a good work in
2. 30 Because for the work of Christ he wasni.
Col. i. 10 being fruitful in every good work, and in.
1. 21 enemies in (your) mind by wicked works
1 Th. i. 3 Remembering without ceasing your work
5. 13 esteem them very highly, .for their work s
2 Th. i. ii goodness, and the work of faith with po.
2. 17 stablish you in every good word and work
1 Ti. 2. 10 women professing godliness with good wo.
3. i If a man desire, .he desireth a good work
5. 10 Well reported of for good works; if shell.
5. 10 have diligently followed every good work
5. 25 Likewise also the good works (of some)
6. 18 that they may be rich in good works, re.
2 Ti. i. 9 not accordingto our works, but according
2. 21 (and) prepared unto every good work
3. 17 throughly furnished unto nil pood works
4. 5 do the work of an evangelist, make full
4. 14 the Lord reward him according to his w.
4. 1 8 Lord shall deliver me from every evil w.
Titus i. 16 in works they deny, .unto every good w.
2. 7 showing thyself a pattern of good works
2. 14 a peculiar people, zealous of good works
3. i magistrates, to be ready to every good w.
3. 5 Not by works of righteousness which we
3. 8 might be careful to maintain good works
3.14 let ours also learn to maintain good works
Heb. i. 10 and the heavens are the works of thine
2. 7 [and didst set him over the works of thy]
3. 9 tempted me, proved me, and saw my wo.
4. 3 works were finished from the foundation
4. 4 God did rest the seventh day from . . works
4. 10 he also hath ceased from his owu works
Heb. 6. i the foundation of repentance from dead w-
6. 10 God (is) not unrighteous to forget your w.
9. 14 purge your conscience from dead works
10. 24 to provoke unto love and to good works
13. 21 Make you perfect in every good work to
Jas. i. 4 But let patience have (her) perfect work
1. 25 a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work
2. 14 a man say he hath faith, and have not w.?
2. 17 Even so faith, if it hath not works, is de.
2. 1 8 works: show me thy faith without thy w.
2. 1 8 and I will show thee my faith by my wo.
2. 20 wilt thou know, .that faith without works
2. 21 was not Abraham . .justified by works, w.
2. 22 Seest thou how faith wrought with his w.
2. 22 Seest thou how. .by works was faith ma.
2. 24 Ye see then how that by works a man is
2. 25 Y(as not Rahab the harlot justified by w.
2. 26 spirit is dead, so faith without works is
3. 13 show out of a good conversation his wor.
1 Pe. 1.17 judgeth according to every man s work
2. 12 they may by (your) good works, which th.
2 Pe. 3. 10 earth also and the works that are therein
1 Jo. 3. 8 that he might destroy the works of the
3. 12 because his own works were evil, and his
Rev. 2. 2 know thy works, and thy labour, and thy
2. 5 do the first works; or else I will come un.
2. 9 know thy [works, and] tribulation, and
2. 13 [I know thy works, and where thou dwel.J
2. 19 I know [thy works], .and thy works ; and
2. 23 untoevery one of you according toyourw.
2. 26 keepeth my works unto the end, to him
3. i I know thy works, that thou hast a name
3. 2 for I have not found thy works perfect
3. 8 I know thy works: behold, I have set be.
3. 15 I know thy works, that thou art neither
9. 20 yet repented not of the works of their h.
14. 13 rest from their labours, and their works
15. 3 Great and marvellous (are) thy works, L.
1 8. 6 doub. unto her double according to her w.
20. 12 written in the books, according to their w.
20. 13 judged every man according to their wo.
22. 12 to give every man according as his work
23.^4 word, matter, \6yos logos.
Rom. 9. 28 For he will finish the work, and cut (it)
9. 28 because a short work will the Lord make
1.Anyt thing done, affair, irpayfMa pragma.
Jas. 3. 16 strife (is), there (is) confusion, .evil work
25.^-1 work, action, trpa^is praxis.
Matti6. 27 shall reward every man according to his w.
26.yl?zy thing made, workmanship, wolrifiapoiima.
Eph. 2. 10 For we are his workmanship, created in
[See also Beaten, broidered, carved, cedar, cunning,
curious, handy, marvellous, mighty, needle, net,
wonderful, wondrous, wreathen.]
WORK, be wrought, to
1. To go on, proceed, ^S? halak.
Jon. i. ii, 13 for the sea wrought, and was tempe.
2. To do, -133; abad.
Exod. 5. 18 Go therefore now (and) work : for there
34. 21 Six days thou shalt work ; but on the se.
Deut 15. 19 thou shalt do no work with the firstling
Isa. 19. 9 Moreover, they that work in fine flax, and
3. To do, 13JZ, abad.
Dan. 4. 2 wonders that the high God hath wrought
6. 27 worketh signs and wonders in heaven and
\.To cause to go vp, ft}% alah, 5.
2 Ch. 3. 14 and fine linen, and wrought cherubim th.
5. To do repeatedly, ??% alal, 7.
Exodio. 2 what things I have wrought in Egypt, and
6. To do, rfyy asah.
Gen. 34. 7 because he had wrought folly in Israel, in
Exodsi. 4 To devise cunning works, to work in gold,
31. 5 to work in all manner of workmanship
35. 32 to work in gold, and in silver, and in br.
35. 35 to work all manner of work of the engra.
36. i Then wrought Bezaleel and Aholiab, and
36. i to know how to work all manner of work
36. 4 wise men, that wrought all the work of
36. 8 them that wrought the work of the tabe.
39. 3 to work (it) in the blue, and in the purple
39. 6 they wrought onyx stones inclosed in ou.
Lev. 20. 12 they have wrought confusion ; their bio.
Deut 17. 2 that hath wrought wickedness in the sight
22. 21 because she hath wrought folly in Israel
31. 18 for all the evils which they shall have w.
Josh. 7. 15 and because he hath wrought folly in Is.
9. 4 They did work wilily, and went and made
.ludgzo. 10 all the folly that they have wrought in I.
Ruth 2. 19 where wroughtest thou? blessed be he
2. 19 with whom she had wrought . . with whom
1 Sa. ii. 13 to day the LORD hath wrought salvation
14. 6 it may be that the LORD will work for us
14. 45 Shall Jonathan die, who hath wrought
14. 45 for he hath wrought with God this day
19. 5 the LORD wrought a great salvation for
2 Sa. 18. 13 Otherwise I should have wrought falseh.
23. 10 and the LORD wrought a great victory th.
23. 12 slew the Philistines : and the LORD WTO.
i Ki. 5. 1 6 which ruled over the people that wrought
7. 14 understanding, and cunning to work all w.
7. 14 to king Solomon, and wrought all his wo.
9. 23 which bare rule over the people that wr.
16. 25 But Omri wrought evil in the eyes of the
21. 20 thyself to work evil in the sight of the L.
si. 25 which did sell himself to work wickedness
WORK 1073 WORLD
2 Ki. 3. 2 he wrought evil in the sight of the LORD
12. n builders that wrought upon the house of
17. ii wrought wicked things to provoke the L
21. 6 wrought much wickedness in the sight o:
a Ch. 2. 7 me now therefore a mini cunning to work
2. 14 skilful to work in nold, and in silver, in
21. 6 wrought (that which was) evil in the. . L.
24. 13 So the workmen wrought, and the work
31. 20 wrought (that which was) good and right
33. 6 wrought much evil in the sight of the L.
34. 10 workmen . . wrought in the house of the L
34. 13 overseers of all that wrought the work in
A eh. 4. 6 thereof : for the people had a mind to w.
4. 16 the half of my servants wrought in the w.
4. 17 with one of his hands wrought in the w.
9. 1 8 brought thee up out of Egypt, and had w.
9. 26 and they wrought great provocations
Job 12. 9 that the hand of the LORD hath wrought
23. 9 On the left hand, where he doth work, but
Psa. 52. 2 mischiefs : like a sharp razor, working de.
101. 3 hate the work of them that turn aside, (it)
101. 7 He that worketh deceit shall not dwell
119. 126 (Itis)timefor(thee), LORD, to work, (for)
Prov ii. 1 8 The wicked worketh a deceitful work, but
26. 28 and a flattering mouth worketh ruin
31. 13 seeketh wool and flax, and worketh will.
Eccl. 2. ii on all the works that my hands hadwro.
3. 9 What profit hath he that worketh in that
Isa. 26. 1 8 have not wrought any deliverance in the
32. 6 his heart will work iniquity, to practise
64. 5 Thou meetest him that rejoiceth and wo.
Jer. 11.15 sne hathwrought lewdness with many, and
18. 3 behold, he wrought a work on the wheels
Eze. 20. 9, 14, 22 I wrought for my name s sake, that
20. 44 when I have wrought with you for my na.
29. 20 because they wrought for me, saith the L.
33. 26 Ye stand upon your sword, ye work abo.
Dan. ii. 23 after the league, .with him he shall work
Hag. 2. 4 work : for I (am) with you, saith the Lo.
Mai. 3. 15 yea, they that work wickedness are setup
7. 7*o act, work, make, do, Sip paal. Num 23. 23 said . . o.f Israel, What hath God wrought ! Job 33. 29 all these (things) worketh God oftentimes
36. 23 or who can say, Thou hast wrought iniq.
Psa. 15. 2 worketh righteousness, and speaketh the
31. 19 thou hast wrought for them that trust in
58. 2 Yea, in heart ye work wickedness ; ye w.
68. 28 strengthen, .thatwhich thou hastwrought
74. 12 working salvation in the midst of the ea.
141. 4 practise wicked works with men that w.
Isa. 26. 12 for thou also hast wrought all our; 31.2.
41. 4 Who hath wrought and done (it), calling
43. 13 none that can deliver. .1 will work, and
44. 12 smith with the tongs both worketh in the
44. 12 worketh it with the strength of his arms
Hos. 6. 8 Gilead (is) a city of them that work iniq.
Mic. 2. i devise iniquity, and work evil upon their
Hab. j. 5 (I) will work a work in your days, (which)
Zeph. 2. 3 ye meek of the earth, which have wrought
8. 7*o set, put, place, c i?, mir sum, sim.
Psa. 78. 43 How he had wrought his signs in Egypt
9.7*0 work in, tvepytca energeO.
Rom. 7. 5 did work in our members to bring forth
1 Co. 12. 6 but it is the same God which worketh all
12. ii But all these worketh that one and the
2 Co. 4. 12 So theu death worketh in us, but life in
Gal. 3. 5 He therefore that . . worketh miracles am.
5. 6 uncircumcision ; but faith which worketh by
ii purpose of him who worketh all things
1. 20 Which he wrought in Christ, when hera.
2. 2 spirit that now worketh in the children
3. 20 according to the power that worketh in
Phil. 2. 13 For it is God which worketh in you both
Col. i. 29 working, which worketh in me mightily -
7 For the mystery of iniquity doth already w.
Eph.
.
2 Tli.
10.7*0 work, toil, labour, epydCofj.at ergazomai.
Matt. 7. 23 knew you, depart from me, ye that work
21. 28 and said, Son, go work today in my vine.
26. 10 for she hath wrought a good work Marki upon 4 . 6 why trouble ye her? she hath wrought a
Lukei 3 . t4 six days in which men ought to work, in John 3. 21 made manifest, that they are wrought in
5. 17 My Father worketh hitherto, and I work
6. 28 What shall we do, that we might work
6. 30 What, -showest thou. .what dost thou wo
9. 4 I must work the works of him that sent
9. 4 day: the night cometh, when no. can w
Acts 10. 35 he that feareth him, and worketh righte
13. 41 for I work a work in your days, a work
18. 3 he abode with them, and wrought : for by Rom. 2. 10 to every man that worketh good, to the
4. 4 Now to him that worketh is the reward
4. 5 But to him that worketh not, but believ
13. 10 Love worketh no ill to his neighbour, the!
i Co. 4. 12 labour, working with our own hands :
9. 6 have not we power to forbear working ?
16. 10 for he worketh the work of the Lord, as I
Eph. 4. 28 working with (his) hands the thing which
1 lh. 4. ii work with your own hands, as we comm.
a in. 3. 8 wrought with labour and travail night
3. 10 if any would not work, neither should he
3. ii disorderly, working not at all, but are
3. 12 with quietness they work, and eat their Heb ii. 33 wrought righteousness, obtained promises
2 J ohn 8 lose not those things which we have wrou.
11. To work down, thoroughly, KartpydCouai. Rom. i. 27 men with men working that which is
4. 15 Because the law worketh wrath: for wh
5. 3 knowing that tribulation worketh patien.
Jas.
Rom. 7. 8 wrought in me all manner of concupisce
7. 13 working death in me by that which is go
15. 18 thosethings which Christ hath not wrou
2 Co. 4. 17 worketh for us a far more exceeding(aiid
5. 5 Now he that hath wrought us for the sel
7. 10 For godly sorrow [worketh] repentance
7. 10 but the sorrow of the world worketh de
7. ii what carefulness it wrought in you, yea
12. 12 Truly the signs of an apostle were wrou
i. 3 that the trying of your faith worketh pa
i. 20 For the wrath of man [worketh] not the
1 Pe. 4. 3 may suffice us to have wrought the will
12. 7"o do, make, iroitu poieo.
Matt2o. 12 Saying, These last have wrought (but)om
Acts 15. 12 God had wrought among the Gentiles b>
19. ii God wrought special miracles by the hand
21. 19 what things God had wrought among the
Heb. 13. 21 working lu you that which is well pleasing
Rev. 16. 14 working miracles, (which) go forth unto
19. 20 false prophet that wrought miracles bef
21. 27 neither (whatsoever) worketh abomination
WORK, to set a, have much
1.7 o cause to do, or serve, ijy abad, 5.
2 Ch. 2. 18 hundred overseers to set the people a w.
2.7*0 prevail with difficulty, /j.6\is <rx<W molis isc.
Acts 27. 16 we had much work to come by the boat WORK effectually in, wonderfully
1. To do repeatedly, SVj; alal, 7.
i Sa. 6. 6 when he had wrought wonderfully among
2. 7*o work in, ivtpyftt energeo.
Gal. 2. 8 For he that wrought effectually in Peter
i Th. 2. 13 which effectually worketh also in you th.
WORK out, together, with, to
1.7*0 workdoivn, against, thoroughly, >ta.Tepydo/j.a..
Phil. 2. 12 work out your own salvation with fear auci
2. To work, with, awtpyta sunergeo.
Marki6. 20 the Lord working with (them), and confl
Rom. 8. 28 know thatall things work together for go
Jas. 2. 22 Seest thou how faith wrought with his w
WORKER, workfellow, workman, fellow
1.7*0 grave, plowjh, work, v~\n charash.
i Ki. 7. 14 his father (was) a man of Tyre, a worker
2. Graver, artificer, loorker, enn charash.
i Ch.22. 15 hewers and workers of stone and timber
Isa. 40. 20 seeketh unto him a cunning workman to
44. ii and the workmen they (are) of men : let
Jer. 10. 3 work of the hands of the workman with
10. 9 work of the workman, and of the hands
Hos. 8. 6 workman made it, therefore it (is) not G.
3. Men of work, njtfyq &)t? aneshe melakah.
1 Ch.25. i the number of the workmen according to
4. 7*o dp work, n^M^IJ n^ asah melakah.
2 Ki. I2. 14 But they gave that to the workmen, and
12. 15 delivered the money to be bestowed onw
1 Ch.22. 15 Moreover (there are) workmen with thee
2 Ch.24. 13 So the workmen wrought, and the work
34. 10 they put (it) in the hand of the workmen
34. 10 gave it to the workmen that wrought in
34. 17 the overseers, and to the hand of the wo
Ezra 3. 9 to set forward the workmen in the house
4a. Workers, nyy asah. Psa. 37. i.
5.7*0 act, work, do, make, ^yppaal.
Job 31. 3 strange (punishment) to the workers of
34. 8 "tt hich goeth in company with the work.
34. 22 where the workers of iniquity may hide
5. 5 in thy sight : thou hatest all workers of
6. 8 Depart from me, all ye workers of iniquity
14. 4 Have all the workers of iniquity no kno.?
28. 3 with the workers of iniquity, which speak
36. 12 There are the workers of iniquity fallen
53. 4 Have the workers of iniquity no knowl. ?
59. 2 Deliver me from the workers of iniquity
64. 2 from the insurrection of the workers of
92. 7 when all the workers of iniquity do flour.
92. 9 all the workers of iniquity shall be scatt.
9*4. 4 all the workers of iniquity boast themse.
94. 16 who will stand up for meagainst the w.
125. 5 lead them forth with the workers of iniq.
141. 9 Keep me from, .the gins of the workers
Prov 10. 29 destruction (shall be) to the workers of in.
21. 15 but destruction (shall be) to the workers
^.Labouring, toiling, hsy amel.
Judg. 5. 26 put. .her right hand to the workmen s ha.
7. Worker, workman, tpydri)s ergates.
Mattio. 10 for the workman is worthy of his meat
Lukei 3 . 27 depart from me, all (ye) workers of iniq.
Acts 19. 25 Whom he called together with the work.
2 Co. ii. 13 deceitful workers, transforming themsel.
Phil. 3. 2 Beware of dogs, beware of evil workers
2 Ti. 2. 15 a workman that needeth not to be asha.
8. Fellow or joint worker, trvvepyos sunergoa.
Ronii6. 21 Timotheus my work fellow, and Col. 4. n
WORKER together, of miracles
1. Power, Svva/j.tf dunamis.
1 Co. 1 2. 29 (are) all teachers? (are) all workers of mi.
2. 7*0 work with or together, ffwepytai sunergeo.
2 Co. 6. i We then, (as) workers together (with him)
WORKS, mighty, wonderful
1.Power, Svvafj.is dunamis.
Matt. 7. 22 in thy name done many wonderful wo. ?
ii. 20 wherein most of his mighty works were
Psa.
Matt 1 1. 21 for if the mighty works which were done
ii. 23 for if tne mighty works, which have been
13. 54 Whence hath this (man), .these mighty w.r
13. 58 he did not many mighty works there bee.
14. 2 therefore mighiy works do show forth
Mark 6. 2 that even such mighty works are wrought
6. 5 he could there do no mighty work, save
6. 14 therefore mighty works do show forth th.
Lukeio. 13 for if the mighty works had been done in
19. 37 for all the mighty works that they had se.
2. Great doings or deeds, fn(ya\t?a megaleia.
Acts 2. ii speak in our tongues the wonderful works
WORLD
\.Land, earth, px erets.
Psa. 22. 27 All the ends of the world shall remember
Isa. 23. 17 fornication with all the kingdoms of the w.
62. ii hath proclaimed unto the end of the world
Jer. 25. 26 all the kingdoms of the world, which (are)
2. Cessation, Vin chedel.
Isa. 38. ii no more with the inhabitants of the world
3. Lifetime, age, iSn cheled.
Psa. 17. 14 from men of the world, (which have) their
49. i give ear, all (ye) inhabitants of the world
4. Indefinite time, or its love, oViy olam.
Psa. 73. 12 these (are) the ungodly, who prosper int. w.
i-ccl. 3. 1 1 also he hath set the world in their heart
5. Fruit bearing or habitable earth, h^R tebel.
1 Sa. 2. 8 the LORD S, and he hath set the world up.
2 Sa. 22. 16 foundations of the world were discovered
i Ch.i6. 30 world also shall be stable, that it be not
Job 18. 18 into darkness, and chased out of the wor.
34. 13 or who hath disposed the whole world?
37. 12 commandeth them upon the face of the
Psa. 9. 8 he shall judge the world in righteousness
18. 15 foundations of the world were discovered
19. 4 their words to the end of the world. In th.
24. i the world, and they that dwell therein
33. 8 let all the inhabitants of the world stand
50. 12 for the world (is)mine, and the fulness th.
77. 18 lightnings lightened the world : the earth
89. 1 1 the world and the fulness thereof thou ha.
90. 2 or everthouhadst formed the. .world, ev.
93. i world also is stablished, that it cannot
96. 10 world also shall be established that it sh.
96. 13 he shall judge the world with righteouan.
97. 4 His lightnings enlightened the world : the
98. 7 the world, and they that dwell therein
98. 9 with righteousness shall he judge the wo.
Prov. 8. 26 nor the highest part of the dust of the wo.
Isa. 13. ii I will punish the world for (their) evil
14. i7 made the world as a wilderness, and des.
14. 21 nor fill the face of the world with cities
18. 3 All ye inhabitants of the world, anddwe.
24. 4 the world languisheth (and) fadeth away
26. 9 inhabitants of the world will learn right.
26. 18 neither have the inhabitants of the world
27. 6 blossom and bud, and fill the face of the w.
34. i the world, and all things that come forth
Jer. 10. 12 he hath established the world by his wis.
51. 15 he hath established the world by his wisd.
Lam. 4. 12 all the inhabitants of the world, would
Nah. i. 5 yea, the world, and all that dwell therein
Q.Age, indefinite time, dispensation, aldiv ai&n.
Matti2. 32 neitherin this world, neither in the (wor)
13. 22 care of this world, and the deceitfulness
13. 39 the harvest is the end of the world ; and
13. 40 so shall it be in the end of this world
13. 49 So shall it be at the end of the world : th<
24. 3 sign of thy coming, and of the end of the w
28. 20 with you al way. .unto the end of the wor.
Mark 4. 19 cares of this world, and the deceitfulness
10. 30 persecutions ; and in the world to come
Luke 16. 8 children of this world are in their genera.
1 8. 30 and in the world to come life everlasting
20. 34 children of this world marry, and are given
20. 35 accounted worthy to obtain that world
Rom 12. 2 be not conformed to this world, but be ye
1 Co. i. 20 where (is) the disputerof this world? hath
2. 6 of this world, nor of the princes of this w.
2. 8 Which none of the princes of this world
3. 1 8 seemeth to be wise in this world, let him
2 Co. 4. 4 In whom the god of this world hath blin.
Gal. i. 4 might deliver us from this present evil w.
Eph. i. 21 not only in tiii.- world, but also in that wh.
6. 12 against.. rulers of f,he darkness of this [w.]
1 Ti. 6. 17 Charge them tha/ are rich in this world
2 Ti. 4. 10 forsaken me, having loved this present w.
Titus 2. 12 should live soberly, .in this present world
Heb. i. 2 all things, by whom also he made the wo.
6. 5 word of God, and the powers of the world
11. 3 Through faith we understand that the wo.
.Ages, dispensatio-ns, alwvcav (gen. pi.} aionon.
i Co. 2. 7 which God ordained beforethe world unto
10. ii upon whom the ends of the world are
Heb. 9. 26 but now once in the end of the world
.Land, earth, yrt gS.
Rev. 13. 3 and all the world wondered after the be.
.Arrangement, beauty, world, K6<r/j.os kosmos.
Matt. 4. 8 showeth him all the kingdoms of the wor.
5. 14 Ye are the light of the world. A city that
13. 35 kept secret from the foundation [of the w.]
13. 38 The field is the world; the good seed are
16. 26 if he shall gain the whole world, and lose
1 8. 7 Woe unto the world because of offences !
24. 21 as was not since the beginning of the wo.
25. 34 prepared, .from the foundation of the wo
135
WORLD 1074 WORSHIP
Matt.26. 13 this gospel shall be preached . . whole wor.
Mark 8 36 if he shall gain the whole world, and lose
14 Q be preached throughout the whole world
16. 15 [Go ye into all the world, and preach the]
Luke q 25 if he gain the whole world, and lose him.
ii 50 was shed from the foundation of the world
12! 30 these things do the nations of the world
John i . o lighteth every man that cometh into the w.
i 10 He was in the world, and the world was
i 10 made by him, and the world knew him not
i. 29 which taketh away the sin of the world
3. 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave
3. 17 God sent not his Son into the world toco.
3. 17 the world; but that the world through
3. 19 light is come into the world, and men lo.
4. 42 is indeed the Christ, the Saviour of the w.
6. 14 Prophet that should come into the world
6. 33 from heaven, and giveth life unto the w.
6. 51 which I will give for the life of the world
7. 4 do these things, show thyself to the world
7. 7 The world cannot hate you ; but me it ha.
8. 12 I am the light of the world : he that foil.
8. 23 ye are of this world ; I am not of this wo.
8. 26 speak to the world those things which I
9. 5 am in the world, I am the light of the w.
9. 39 For judgment I am come into this world
10. 36 whom the Father, .sent into the world
11. 9 because he seeth the light of this world
n. 27 the Christ., which should come into the w.
12. 19 prevail nothing? behold, the world isgone
12. 25 he that hateth his life in this world shall
12. 31 Now is the judgment of this world : now
12. 31 shall the prince of this world be cast out
12. 46 I am come a light into the world, that w.
12. 47 not to judge the world, but to save the w.
13. i should depart out of this world unto the
13. i having loved his own which were in the w.
14. 17 whom the world cannot receive, because
14. 19 little while, and the world seeth me no
74. 22 wilt manifest thyself, .not unto the world?
14. 27 not as the world giveth, give I unto you
14. 30 for the prince of [this] world cometh, and
14. 31 But that the world may know thatl love
15. 18 If the world hate you, ye know that it ha.
15. 19 If ye were of the world, the world would
15. 19 but because ye are not of the world, but
15. 19 out of the world, therefore the world ha
16. 8 when he is come, he will reprove the wo.
16. 1 1 Of judgment, because the prince of this w.
16. 20 ye shall weep and lament, but the world
16. 21 for joy that a man is born into the world
16. 28 come into the world : again, I leave the w.
16. 33 In the world ye shall have tribulation : but
16. 33 be of good cheer ; I have overcome the w.
17. 5 glory which I had with thee before the w
17. 6 men which thou gavest me out of the wo.
17. 9 I pray not for the world, but for them
17. 1 1 more in the world, but these are in the w.
17. 12 While I was with them [in the world] I
17. 13 these things I speak in the world, that
17. 14 world hath hated them, because they are
17. 14, 16 the world, even as I am not of the w.
17. 15 thou shouldest take them out of the world
17. 1 8 As thou hast sent me into the world, even
17. 1 8 so have I also sent them into the world
17. 21 the world may believe that thou hast sent
17. 23 the world may know that thou hast sent
17. 24 lovedstme before the foundation of the w.
17. 25 righteous Father, the world hath not kn.
1 8. 20 answered him, I spake openly to the wo.
1 8. 36 answered, My kingdom is not of this wo.
1 8. 36 If my kingdom were of this world, then
18. 37 for this cause came I into the world, that
21. 25 suppose that even the world itself could
Acts 17. 24 God that made the world and all things
Bom. i. 8 is spoken of throughout the whole world
1. 20 from the creation of the world are clearly
3. 6 forbid : for. .how shall God judge the w.
3. 19 and all the world may become guilty be.
4. 13 promise, that he should be the heir of . .w.
5. 12 as by one man sin entered into the world
5. 13 For until the law sin was in the world: but
1 1 . 1 2 if the fall of them (be) the riches of the w.
11.15 casting away, .the reconciling of the wo.
i Co. . 20 God made foolish the wisdom of this wo.
. 21 the world by wisdom knew not God, it
. 27 hath chosen the foolish things of the wo.
. 27 [hath chosen the weak things of the world]
. 28 base things of the world, and things which
2. 12 we have received, not the spirit of the w.
3. 19 For the.wisdom of this world is foolishness
3. ? Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world
4. 9 for we are made a spectacle unto the w.
4. 13 we are made as the fllthof the world, (and
5. 10 altogether with the fornicators of this w.
5. 10 for then must ye needs go out of the wo.
6. 2 judge the world ? and if the world shall
7. 31 they that use this world, as not abusing
7. 31 for the fashion of this world passeth away
7. 33 careth for the things that are of the world
7. 34 careth for the things of the world, how
8. 4 we know that an idol (is) nothing in the w.
ii. 32 we should not be condemned with the w.
14. 10 so many kinds of voices in the world, and
2 Co. i. 12 we have had our conversation in the world
5. 19 reconciling the world unto himself, not
7. 10 but the sorrow of the world worketh de.
Gal. 4. 3 in bondage under the elements of the w.
6. 14 world is crucified unto me, and I. .the w.
Eph. i. 4 before the foundation of the world, that
2. 2 walked according to the course of this w.
a. 13 having no hope, without God in the world
Phil. 2.15 among whom ye shine as lights in the w.
Col. i. 6 is come unto you, as (it is) in all the world
2. 8 after the rudiments of the world, and not
2. 20 dead, .from the rudiments of the world
2. 20 though living in the world, are ye subject
i Ti. 1.15 Christ Jesus came into the world to save
3. 16 believed on in the world, received up into
6. 7 For we brought nothing into (this) world
Heb. 4. 3 finished from the foundation of the world
9. 26 suffered since the foundation of the world
10. 5 when he cometh into the world, he saith
11. 7 by the which he condemned the world
11. 38 oif whom the world was not worthy: they
Jas. i . 27 to keep himself unspotted from the world
2. 5 Hath not God chosen the poor of [this] w.
3. 6 the tongue (is) a fire, a world of iniquity
4. 4 know ye not that the friendship of the w.
4. 4 will be a friend of the world is the enemy
1 Pe. i. 20 before the foundation of the world, but
5. 9 in your brethren that are in the world
2 Pe. i. 4 escaped the corruption that is in the wo.
2. 5 spared not the old world, butsaved Noah
2. 5 bringing in the flood upon the world of
2. 20 escaped the pollutions of the world, thr.
3. 6 Whereby the world that then was, being
1 Jo. 2. 2 but also for (the sins of) the whole world
2. 15 world, neither the things, .in the world
2. 15 If any man love the world, the love of the
2. 16 For all that (is) in the world., is of the w.
2. 17 world, passeth away, and the lust thereof
3. i world knoweth us not, because it knew
3. 13 Marvel not my brethren, if the world hate
3. 17 But whoso hath this world s good, and se.
4. i false prophets are gone out into the world
4. 3 and even now already is it in the world
4. 4 that is in you, than he that is in the wo.
4. 5 They are of the world: therefore speak th.
4. 5 of the world, and the world heareth them
4. 9 God sent his only begotten Son into the w.
4. 14 Father. .Son (to be) the Saviour of the w.
4. 17 because as he is, so are we in this world
5. 4 is born of God overcometh the world: and
5. 4 this is the victory that overcometh the w.
5. 5 Who is he that overcometh the world, but
5. 19 that we are of God, and the whole world
2 John 7 many deceivers are entered into the world
Rev. ii. 15 The kingdoms of this world are become
13. 8 Lamb slain from the foundation of the w.
17. 8 from the foundation of the world, when
10. Habitable earth or land, oiKovfj.fvri oikoumene.
Matt 24. 14 preached in all the world for a witness
Luke 2. i a decree . . that all the world should be ta.
4. 5 showed, .him all the kingdoms of the w.
Acts ii. 28 be great dearth throughout all the world
17. 6 These that have turned the world upside
17. 31 in the which he will judge the world in
19. 27 whom all Asiaandthe world worshippeth
24. 5 among all the Jews throughout the world
Rom 10. 18 and their words unto the ends of the wo.
Heb. i. 6 bringeth in the first begotten into the w.
2. 5 hath he not put in subjection the world
Rev. 3. 10 which shall come upon all the world, to
12. 9 Satan, which deceiveth the whole world
16. 14 kings of the earth and of the whole world
WORLD, (standeth, beginning of the, without end)
1. Unto ages of duration, iy O^yty ad oleme ad.
Isa. 45. 17 be ashamed nor confounded world witho.
2. From the age, oViyo me-olam.
Isa. 64. 4 For since the beginning of the world (men)
3. From the age, air aiwvos ap1 aionos.
Luke i. 70 prophets, which have been since the wo.
Acts 3. 21 all his holy prophets [since the world b.]
15. 18 all his works from the beginning of the w.
Eph. 3. 9 which from the beginning of the world
4. To the age, tls rbv aluva cis ton aiona.
1 Co. 8. 13 I will eat no flesh while the world stand.
5. Of the age of the ages, tov alcufos rcav aicavuv.
Eph. 3. 21 throughout all ages, [world without end]
6. Of or from the age, IK rovaliavosek touaionos.
John 9. 32 Since the world began was it not heard th.
7 .From the ancient ages, xpovois alvvlois,
Rom.i6. 25 which was kept secret since the world 1 <
8. Before the times of the ages, irpi xpAixav alwviwv.
2 Ti. i . 9 given us in Christ Jesus beforethe world b .
Titus i. 2 which God. .promised before the world be.
WORLDLY
Belonging to the world, worldly, Koff/j.iK6s kosmikos.
Titus 2. 12 denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we
Heb. 9. i ordinances of divine service, and a worldly
WORM, eaten of worms
I. To be afraid, creep, Sm zachal.
Mic. 7. 17 move out of their holes like worms of the
1.A moth, wood louse, op sas.
Isa. 51. 8 worm shall oat them like wool: but my ri.
3. A worm, TOI rimmah.
Exodi6. 24 did not stink, neither was there any wor.
Job 7. 5 My flesh is clothed with worms and clods
17. 14 to the worm, (Thou art) my mother, and
21. 26 lie down alike in the dust, and the worms
24. 20 worm shall feed sweetly on him; he shall
35. 6 How much lessman, (that is) a worm; and
Isa. 14. ii the worm is spread under thee, and the
4. A coccus worm, ny^n, n^Vin toleah, tolaath.
Deut. 28. 39 nor gather (the grapes); for the worms sh.
Job 25. 6 and the son of man, (which is) a worm
Psa. 22. 6 But I (am) a worm, and no man; a reproach
Isa. 14. ii spread under thee, and the worms cover
41. 14 Fear not, thou worm Jacob, (and) ye men
66. 24 for their worm shall not die, neither shall
Jon. 4. 7 But God prepared a worm when the mor.
5. Worm, jAw tola.
Exod. 16. 20 it bred worms, and stank : and Moses was
6. A worm, maggot, (nce>A.rj| skfilex.
Mark 9. [44, 46], 48 Where their worm dieth not, and
7. Eaten by worms, <rK<a\i)K&$p<aTos skolekobrotos.
Acts 12. 23 he was eaten of worms, and gave up the
WORMWOOD
1. Wormwood, njj;
1
? laanah.
Deut 29. 1 8 be. .a root that btareth gall and wormwood
Prov. 5. 4 But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp
Jer. 9. 15 feed them, (even) this people, with worm.
23. 15 Behold, I will feed them with wormwood
Lam. 3. 15 he hath made me drunken with wormwo.
3. 19 Remembering, .the wormwood and the g.
Amos 5. 7 Ye who turn judgment to wormwood, and
2. Wormwood, undrinkable, &\)/ivdos a/isinthos.
Rv. 8. ii the name of the star is called wormwood
8. 1 1 third part of the waters became wormwood
WORSE (tiling, to be, deal, do, be put to the)
I. To be smitten, *);} nagaph, 2.
2 Ki. 14. 12 Judah was put to the worse before Israel
1 Ch. 19. 16, 19 saw that they were put to the worse
2 Ch. 6. 24 if thy people Israel be put to the worse
25. 22 Judah was put to the worse before Israel
2.To be evil, yjj-j raa.
2 Sa. 19. 7 that will be worse unto thee than all the
3. To do evil, treat ill, I JH raa, 5.
Gen. 19. 9 now will we deal worse with thee than
1 Ki. 16. 25 and did worse than all that (were) before
Jer. 7. 26 hardened their neck: they did worse than
1 6. 12 ye have done worse than your fathers, for
LEvil, Jn ra.
2 Ch.33. 9 made Judah. .to do worse than the heat.
Kze. 7. 24 Wherefore I will bring the worst of the
5. Smaller, inferior, younger, tKa.ffa<av elasson.
John 2. 10 then that which is worse: (but) thou hast
Q.Less, inferior, worse, ^rruv hetton.
i Co.n. 17 together..for the better, but for the worse
7. Worse, inferior, ^flpui/ cheiron.
Matt. 9. 16 from the garment, and the rentismadew.
12. 45 the last (state) of that man is worse than
27. 64 so the last error shall be worse than the
Mark 2. 21 away from the old, and the rent is made w.
5. 26 was nothing bettered, but rather grew w.
Luken. 26 the last (state) of that man is worse than
John 5. 14 sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto
1 Ti. 5. 8 hath denied the faith, and is worse than
2 Ti. 3. 13 men and seducers shall wax worse and w.
2 Pe. 2. 20 latter end is worse with them than the b.
8.7*0 be behind, inferior, vffrepeu hustereo.
1 Co. 8. 8 [neither, if we eat not, are we the worse]
WORSE liking
To be displeasing, *]i
i zaaph.
Dan. i. 10 Why should he see your faces worse iik.
WORSHIP, worshipper, worshipping, to
1. To bow down, do obeisance, ~up segad.
Dan. 2. 46 worshipped Daniel, and commanded that
3. 5 ye fall down and worship the golden im.
3. 6 whoso falleth not down and worshippeth
3. 7 fell down (and) worshipped the golden im.
3. 10 shall fall down and worship the golden
3. ii whoso falleth not down and worshippeth
3. 12 nor worship the golden image .which thou
3. 14 nor worship the golden image which I ha.
3. 15 worship the image. . but if ye worship not
3. 1 8 worship the golden image which thou h.
3. 28 nor worship any god, except their own G.
2. To make an idol, -^ atsab, 5.
Jer. 44. 19 did we make her cakes to worship her, and
3. To do, serve, "O^ abad.
2 Ki.io. 19 that he might destroy the worshippers of
10. 21 all the worshippers of Baal came, so that
10. 22 Bring forth vestments for all the worship.
10. 23 said unto the worshippers of Baal, Search
10. 23 servants of the LORD, but the worshippers
4. To bow self doion, rajy shachah, 7 a.
Gen. 22. 5 I and the lad will go yonder and worship
24. 26, 48 bowed down . . and worshipped the L.
24. 52 heard their words, he worshipped the L.
Exod. 4. 31 then they bowed their heads and worshi.
12. 27 And the people bowed the head and wor.
24. i Come up unto the LORD, .and worship ye
32. 8 have worshipped it, and have sacrificed
33. 10 all the people rose up, and worshipped
34. 8 bowed his head toward the earth, and w.
34. 14 For thou shalt worship no other god, for
Deut. 4. 19 shouldest be driven to worship them, and
8. IQ serve them, and worship them, I testify
11. i6turn aside, and serve other gods, and wo.
17. 3 hath gone and served other gods, and w.
26. 10 set it before the LORD thy God, and wor.
WORSHIPPER 1075 WOULD
Deut 29. 26 served other gods, and worshipped them
30. 17 shalt be drawn away, and worship other
.Toeh. 5. 14 did worship, and said unto him, What
Judg. 7. 15 worshipped, and returned into the host
1 Sa. i. 3 to worship and to sacrifice unto the LORD
1. 19 worshipped before the LOUD, and return.
1. 28 And he worshipped the LORD there
15. 25, 30 turn again with me, that I may worsh.
15. 31 turned again after Saul ; and Saul worsh.
2 Sa. 12. 20 came into the house of the LORD, and w.
15. 32 top (of the mount), where he worshipped
1 Ki. 9. 6 but go and serve other gods and worship
9. 9 worshipped them, and served them ; there.
ii. 33 have worshipped Ashtoreth the goddess
16. 31 and went and served Baal, and worship.
22. 53 For he served Baal, and worshipped him
2 Ki. 5. 18 goeth into the house of Rimmon to wor.
17. 16 worshipped all the host of heaven, and
17. 36 him shall ye worship, and to him shall ye
18. 22 Ye shall worship before this altar in Jer.
19. 37 as he was worshipping in the house of
21. 3 worshipped all the host of heaven, and
21. 21 served the idols, .and worshipped them
1 Ch.i6. 29 worship the LORD in the beauty of holin.
29. 20 bowed down their heads, and worshipped
2 Ch. 7. 3 worshipped, and praised the LORD, (say.)
7. 19 shall go and serve other gods, and wors.
7. 22 worshipped them, and served them : the.
20. 18 fell before the LOUD, worshipping the L.
29. 28 all the congregation worshipped, and the
29. 29 king and all that were present, .worship.
29. 30 and they bowed their heads and worship.
32. 12 Ye shall worship before one altar, and
33. 3 worshipped all the host of heaven, and
Neh. 8. 6 worshipped the LORD with (their) faces
9. 3 fourth part they confessed, and worship.
9. 6 and the host of heaven worshippeththee
Job i. 20 and fell down upon the ground, and wor.
Psa. 5. 7 in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy
22. 27 all the kindreds of the nations shall wor.
22. 29 fat upon earth shall eat and worship, all
29. 2 worship the LORD in the beauty of holin.
415. ii for he (is) thy LORD ; and worship thou
66. 4 All the earth shall worship thee, and sh.
81. 9 neither shalt thou worship any strange
86. 9 All nations . . shall come and worship be.
95. 6 O come, let us worship and bow down, let
96. 9 O worship the LORD in the beauty of hoi.
97. 7 boast themselves of idols : worship him
99. 5 Exalt ye the LORD our God, and worship
99. 9 Exalt the LORD our God, and worship at
106. 19 They made a calf in Horeb, and worship.
132. 7 will go into his tabernacles ; we will wo.
158. 2 I will worship toward thy holy temple
Isa. s. 3 they worship the work of their own han.
2. 20 which they made, .for himself to worship
27. 13 worship the LORD in the holy mount at
36. 7 said to Judah. .Ye shall worship before
37. 38 as he was worshipping in the house of X.
44. 15 yea, he maketh a god, and worshippeth
44. 17 he falleth down unto it, and worshippeth
46. 6 it a god : they fall down, yea, they wors.
49. 7 princes also shall worship, because of the
66. 23 shall all flesh come to worship before me
Jer. 1. 16 and worshipped the works of their own
7. 2 enter in at these gates to worship the L.
8. 2 whom they have worshipped : they shall
13. 10 to serve them, and to worship them, sha.
16. ii have worshipped them, and have forsak.
22. 9 and worshipped other gods, and served
25. 6 to worship them, and provoke me not to
26. 2 which come to worship in the LORD S ho
Eze. 8. 16 and they worshipped the sun toward the
46. 2 he shall worship at the threshhold of the
46. 3 Likewise the people of the land shall wo.
46. 9 he that entereth in . . to worship shall go
Mie. 5. 13 shalt no more worship the work of thine
Zeph. i. 5 them that worship., and them that wors.
2. ii shall worship him, every one from his pi.
Zech.i4. 16 go up from year to year to worship the
14. 17 whoso will not come, .to worship the king
5. Glory, esteem, 8o|a doxa.
Lukei4. 10 shalt thou have worship in the presence
6. To be reverential, pious, fixre^fca
eusebeo.
Acts 17. 23 Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship
7. To serve, cure, heal, Ofpatrevw therapeuo.
Acts 17. 25 Neither is worshipped with men s hands
%. Religious observance, Oprifftctiathreskeia.
Col. 2. 18 in a voluntary humility and worshipping
9. To worship publicly, \arptvw latreuo.
Acts 7. 42 Then God turned, and gave them up to w.
24. 14 so worship I the God of my fathers, beli.
Phil. 3. 3 which worship God in the spirit, and re.
Heb. 10. 2 because that the worshippers once purg.
10.^4 temple siveeper, veomopos neokoros.
Acts 19. 35 city of the Ephesians is a worshipper of
11. To kiss (the hand) toward, irpoffKvveui proskun.
Matt. 2. 2 star in the east, and are come to worship
2. 8 me word again, that I may come and wo.
2. 1 1 fell down and worshipped him : and wh.
4. 9 give thee, if thou wilt fall down and wor.
4. 10 Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and
8. 2 there came a leper and worshipped him
9. 1 8 there came a certain ruler, and worship.
14. 33 worshipped him, saying, Of a truth thou
15. 25 Then came she and worshipped him, say.
18. 26 worshipped him, saying, Lord, have pati.
20. 20 worshipping (him), and desiring a certain
Matt 28. 9 came and held him by the feet, and wors.
28. 17 when they saw him, they worshipped him
Mark 5. 6 saw Jesus afar off, he ran and worshipped
15. 19 and bowing (their) knees worshipped him
Luke 4. 7 If thou therefore wilt worship use, allsh.
4. 8 Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God, and
24. 52 [worshipped him, and returned to Jerus.]
John 4. 20 Our fathers worshipped in this mountain
4. 20 is the place where men ought to worship
4. 21 nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father
4. 22 Ye worship . . we know what we worship
4. 23 shall worship the Father in spirit and in
4. 23 for the Father seeketh such to worship
4. 24 they that worship him must worship (him)
9. 38 said, Lord, I believe. And he worshipped
12. 20 Greeks, .that came up to worship at the
Acts 7. 43 figures which ye made to worship them
8. 27 and had come to Jerusalem for to worsh.
10. 25 fell down at his feet, and worshipped (h.)
24. ii since I went up to Jerusalem for to wor.
1 Co. 14. 25 falling down on (his) face he will worship
Heb. i. 6 And let all the angels of God worship him
n. 21 worshipped, (leaning) upon the top of his
Rev. 3. 9 will make them to come and worship be.
4. 10 worship him that liveth for ever and ever
5. 14 fell down and worshipped him that liveth
7. ii fell before the throne, .and worshipped
9. 20 that they should not worship devils, and
11. i and the altar, and them that worship th.
ii. 16 fell upon theirfaces, and worshipped God
13. 4 worshipped the dragon which gave power
13. 4 and they worshipped the beast; saying
13. 8 all that dwell upon the earth shall worsh.
13. 12 causeth. .to worship the first beast, whose
13. 15 cause that as many as would not worship
14. 7 worship him that made heaven, and earth
14. 9 If any man worship the beast and the im.
14.11 they have no rest . . who worship the beast
15. 4 for all nations shall come and worship be.
16. 2 and (upon) them which worshipped his
19. 4 fell down and worshipped God that sat on
19. 10 I fell at his feet to worship him. And he
19. 10 worship God: for the testimony of Jesus
19. 20 deceived, .them that worshipped his im.
20. 4 which had not worshipped the beast, ne.
22. 8 fell down to worship before the feet of the
22. 9 keep the sayings of this book: worship G.
12.A worshipper, irpocrKvvriT-fis proskunetes.
John 4. 23 now is, when the true worshippers shall
13. To venerate, reckon venerable, fff/Sd^ofiat sebazo.
Rom. i. 25 worshipped and served the creature more
14.7*0 venerate, <re/3o/jLa.i sebomai.
Matt 15. 9 But in vain they do worship me, teaching
Mark 7. 7 Howbeit in vain do they worship me, te.
Acts 16. 14 a certain woman, .which worshipped God
18. 7 that worshipped God, whose house joined
18. 13 persuadeth men to worship God contrary
19. 27 whom all Asia and the world worshippeth
15.An object of veneration, fff^afffj.a sebasma.
2 Th. 2. 4 all that is called God, or that is worship.
WORSHIPPER of God
One who venerates God, 0eo<rf/3TJs theosebes.
John 9. 31 if any man be a worshipper of God, amd
WORTH, (as is)
I. As, like, iD? kemo.
2 Sa. 18. 3 but now (thou art) worth ten thousand
1. Price, hire, Tnp mechir.
i Ki. 21. 2 I will give thee the worth of it in money
3. Number, amount, ncce miksah.
Lev. 27. 23 priest shall reckon unto him the worth of
b.Full, N.So male.
Gen. 23. 9 for as much money as it is worth he shall
5. Hire, wage, price, reward, fare, ~oe sakar.
Deut 15. 1 8 for he hath been worth a double hired
WORTHY, worthily, worthies
I. Honourable, T-X addir.
Nah. 2. 5 He shall recount his worthies : they shall
2.A man, i? x ish.
i Ki. 2. 26 for thou (art) worthy of death : but I will
3. (Q/) faces, D:SN [aph\.
i Sa. i. 5 But unto Hannah he gave a worthy port.
4.A son of, "J3
ben.
Deut 25. 2 if the wicked man (be) worthy to be beat,
i Sa. 26. 16 ye (are) worthy to die, because ye have
5. (With) strength or might, Tn chayil.
Ruth 4. ii do thou worthily in Ephratah, and be
6.A son ofstrength, Vrr|2 ben chayil.
i Ki. i. 52 If he will show himself a worthy man, th.
7 .Judgment, BStpp mishpat.
Deut 19. 6 whereas he (was) not worthy of death, in.
21. 22 if a man have committed a sin worthy of
Jer. 26. ii This man (is) worthy to die ; for he hath
26. 1 6 This man (is) not worthy to die : for he
^.Worthy, deserving, merited, &tos axios.
Matt 10. 10 for the workman is worthy of his meat
10. ii enquire who in it is worthy ; and there
10. 13 ifthehouse be worthy, .if it be not worthy
10. 37 is not worthy of me. .is not worthy of me
10. 38 taketh not his cross . . is not worthy of me
22. 8 but they which were bidden were not w.
Luke 3. 8 Bring forth therefore fruits worthy of re.
7. 4 That he was worthy for whom he should
Luke 10. 7 for the labourer is worthy of his hire. Go
12. 48 knew not, and did commit things worthy
15. 19 am no more worthy to be called thy son
15. 21 and am no more worthy to be called thy
23. 15 lo, nothing worthy of death is done unto
John i. 27 whose shoe s latchet I am not worthy to
Acts. 1 3. 25 whose shoes of (his) feet I am not worthy
23. 29 nothing laid to his charge worthy of death
25. ii or have committed any thing worthy of
25. 25 found that he had comrnited nothing wor.
26. 31 doeth nothing worthy of death or of bonds
Rom. i. 32 which commit such things are worthy of
8. 1 8 sufferings of this present time (are) not w.
i Ti. i. 15 This (is) a faithful saying, and worthy of
4. q This (is) a faithful saying, and worthy of
5. 1 8 And, The labourer (is) worthy of his rewa.
6. i count their own masters worthy of all ho.
Heb. ii. 38 Of whom the world was not worthy : they
Rev. 3. 4 walk with me in white : for they are wor.
4. ii Thou art worthy, O LORD, to receive glory
5. 2 Who is worthy to open the book, and to
5. 4 because no man was found worthy to open
5. 9 Thou art worthy to take the book, and to
5. 12 Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to
16. 6 given them blood to drink ; for they are w.
9. Worthily, a^iias axios.
Eph. 4. i beseech you that ye walk worthy of the v.
Col. 1. 10 That ye might walk worthy of the Lord
1 Th. 2. 12 That ye would walk worthy of God, who
10. Sufficient, ixavos hikanos.
Matt. 3. ii whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he
8. 8 I am not worthy that thou shbuldert come
Mark i. 7 latchet of whose shoes I am not worthy
Luke 3. 1 6 latchet of whose shoes I am not worthy
7. 6 for I am not worthy that thou shouldest
11. Beautiful, good, excellent, KO.KOS kalos.
Jas. 2. 7 Do not they blaspheme that worthy name
WORTHY, to be (not, count, think)
1. To be little, small, yomu/, jb^ qaton.
Gen. 32. 10 I am not worthy of the least of all the
2. To reckon worthy, d|ioa> axioo.
Luke 7. 7 Wherefore neither thought I myself wor.
2 Th. i. ii that our God would count you worthy of
1 Ti. 5. 17 Let the elders that rule well be counted w.
Heb. 3. 3 For this (man) was counted worthy of mo.
10. 29 shall he be thought worthy, who hath tr.
3. To be reckoned very worthy, /coTa|iooyuai kataxio.
Luke2o. 35 But they which shall be accounted worthy
21. 36 that [ye may be accounted worthy] to esc.
Acts 5. 41 rejoicing that they were counted worthy
2 Th. i. 5 that ye may be counted worthy of the ki.
WORTHY deeds, very
A very right or straightforward action, /caropfloi/xa.
Acts 24. 2 very worthy deeds are done unto this na.
WOT, to
I. To know, be acquainted with, jrv yada.
Gen. 21. 26 I wot not who hath done this tiling; neit.
39. 8 my master wotteth not what (is) with me
44. 15 wot ye not that such a man ac I can cert.
Exod-32. i, 23 we wot not what is become of him
> um.22. 6 for I wot that he whom thou blessest (is)
Josh. 2. 5 whither the men went I wot not: pursue
2. To see, know, be acquainted with, olSa oida.
Acts 3. 17 I wot that through ignorance ye did (it)
7. 40 we wot not what is become of him
Rom. 1 1. 2 Wot ye not what the scripture saith of E.?
3. To make known, yvuplfa i/norizo.
Phil. i. 22 my labour: yet what I shall choose I wot
WOULD (to God, have it)
1.0 that, Sqt<
achale.
2 Ki. 5. 3 Would God my lord (were) with the pro.
2. Willing, desiring, delighting, frn chaphets.
1 Sa. 2. 25 their father, because the LORD would slay
3. To desire, *?N; yaal, 5.
Josh. 17. 12 but the Canaanites would dwell in that
Judg. i. 27 but the Canaanites would dwell in that la.
i. 35 But the Amorites would dwell in mount
4. To will, wish, N?? tseba.
Dan. 5. 19, 19, 19, 19 and whom he would he
7. 19 Then I would know the truth of the fourth
5. TJiere is, there are, v\ yesh.
2 Ki. 4. 13 wouldest thou be spoken for to the king
6.0 that, if, & lu.
Gen. 30. 34 I would it might be according to thy word
Num14. 2 Would God that we had died . . or would G .
20. 3 Would God that we had died when our
22. 29 I would there were a sword in mine hand
Josh. 7. 7 would to God we had been content, aHd
7. Our soul or desire, WSJ \_iiephesh~\.
Psa. 35. 25 Ah ! so would we have it : let them not say
8. Who doth (or will) (jive ? jn "O mi yitten..
Exodi6. 3 Would to God we had died by the hand of
Nnnin. 29 Would God that all the LORD S people w.
Deut28. 67 Would God it were even. .Would God it
Judg. 9. 29 would to God this people were under my
2 Sa. 18. 33 would God I had died for thee, O Absalom
9. To become, come to pass, yivo^ai ginomai.
Acts 20. 16 because he would not spend the time in
10. To will, wish, Oe\o> thelo.
Matt. 2. 18 would not be comforted, because they are
5. 42 from him that would borrow of thee turn
WOUND
Mail. 7. 12 whatsoever ye would that men should do
12. 18 saying, Master, we would see a sign from
145 when he would have put him to death, he
18 2? king, which would take account of his se.
Z v> he would not ; but went and cast him into
, 2 3 bidden to the wedding : and they would
21 -7 how often would I have gathered, .ye w.
- 7 15 unto the people a prisoner, whom they w.
4 -4 when he had tasted (thereof), he would
MarkV 13 calleth (unto him) whom he would : and
6 19 [would have] killed him; but she could
6 26 for their sakes which sat with him, he w.
6 48 walking upon the sea, and would have pa.
7. 24 would have no man know (it) : but he co.
o 30 and he would not that any man should k.
10 35 would that thou shouldest do for us wha.
10. 36 said unto them, What would ye that I sh.
Luke i. 62 made signs to his father, how he would
6. 31 as ye would that men should do to you, do
13. 34 how often would I . .and ye would not !
15. 28 he was angry, and would not go in ; there.
16. 26 so that they which would pass from hence
18. 4 would not for a while : but afterward he
18. 13 would not lift up so much as (his) eyes un.
19. 27 which would not that I should reign over
John i. 43 The day following Jesus would go forth
6. 1 1 likewise of the flsnes as much as they wo.
7. i for he would not walk in Jewry, because
7. 44 some of them would have taken him ; but
9. 27 wherefore would ye hear (it) again? will
12. 21 desired him, saying, Sir, we would see J.
21. 18 walkedst whither thou wouldest : but w.
21. 1 8 and carry (thee) whither thou wouldest
Acts 7. 39 To whom our fathers would not obey, but
10. 10 he became very hungry, and would have
14. 13 would have done sacrifice with the people
16. 3 Him would Paul have to go forth with him
9- 33 would have made his defence unto the pe.
24. 6 whom we took, and would have judged
26. 5 if they would testify, that after the most
Horn, i 13 Now I would not have you ignorant, bre.
7. 15 for what I would, that do I not ; but wh.
7 16 If then I do that which I would not, I co.
7 19 would I do not : but the evil which I wo.
7. 20 Now if I do that I would not, it is no more
7. 21 when I would do good, evil is present w.
11.25 For I would not, brethren, that ye should
16. 19 yet I would have you wise unto that whi.
1 Co. 7. 7 For I would that all men were even as I
7. 32 But I would have you without carefulness
10. i I would not that ye should be ignorant
10. 20 would not that ye should have fellowship
n. 3 But I would have you know, that the he.
12. i concerning spiritual (gifts), brethren, I w.
14 . 5 I would that ye all spake with tongues
2 Co. i. 8 For we would not, brethren, have youig.
5. 4 not for that we would be unclothed, but
12. 20 when I come, I shall not find you. .as I w.
12. 20 shall be found unto you such as ye would
Gal. i. 7 some that trouble you, and would pervert
3. 2 This only would I learn of you, Received
4. 17 they would exclude you, that ye might atf.
5. 17 that ye cannot do the things that ye wou.
Col. i. 27 To whom God would make knpwn what
2. i For I would that ye knew what great co.
1 Th. 2. 1 8 Wherefore we would have come unto you
4. 13 But I would not have you to be ignorant
2 Th. 3. 10 if any would not work, neither should he
Phm.
^
14 But without thy mind would I do nothing
Heb. 10. 5 Sacrifice and offering thou wouldest not
10. 8 thou wouldest not, neither hadst, 12. 17
II. According to, Kurd (ace.) kata, Acts 18. 14.
12. 7*o wish, desire, solicit, tfxo/uat euchomai.
Acts 26. 29 I would to God, that not only thou, but
13, 7*o be about to, jueAAw mello.
Lukeio. i every city and place whither he himself w
John 6. 6 him: for he himself knew what he would
6. 15 Jesus therefore perceived that they woulc
Acts 12. 6 when Herod would have brought him fortl
16. 27 would have killed himself, supposing that
23. 15 as though ye would enquire something
23. 20 as though they would enquire somewhat
25. 4 and that he himself would depart shortl;
27. 30 under colour as though they would have
14. / wish, would, v<j>t\oi ophclon.
1 Co. 4. 8 I would to God ye did reign, that we als
2 Co. n. i Would to God ye could bear with me a lit
Gal. 5. 12 I would they were even cut off which tro
Rev. 3. 15 neither cold nor hot; I would thou wert
WOUND, wounding
I. Bruise, bandage, scar, rrnsn chabburah.
Psa. 38. 5 My wounds stink (and) are corrupt beca
2. An arrow, handle, frr chefs.
Job 34. 6 my wound (is) incurable without transgr
3. 7*o wound self, cnV laham, 7.
Prov. 18. 8 The words of a talebearer (are) as wound
26. 22 The words of a talebearer (are) as WOUIH
4 A wound, binding, Tilp mazor.
Hos. 5. 13 Judah. . his wound., cure you of your woi
Obad. 7 have laid a wound under thee: (there is)
5. .4 smiting, stroke, blow, n;9 makkah.
1 Ki.22. 35 the blood ran out of the wound into the
2 Ki. 8. 29 went back to be healed . . of the wounds
9. 15 to be healed in .Tezreel of the wounds wh.
i Ch 22. 6 because of the wounds which were given
Isa. 30. 26 people, and healeth the stroke of their w.
Jer. 6. 7 before me continually (is) grief and wou.
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Jer. 10. 19 Woe is me for my hurt! my wound is
15. 1 8 Why is my pain perpafeuL and my wound
30. 12 bruise (is) incurable, (and) thy wound (i*)
30. 14 for I have wounded thee with the wound
30. 17 I will heal thee of thy wounds, saitli tin-
Mic. i. 9 For her wound (is) iucurable; for it is come
Nah. 3. 19 healing of thy bruise: thy wound isgriev.
Zech.i3. 6 What (are) these wounds in thine hands
.A stroke, playiif, yj} nega.
Prov. 6. 33 A wound and dishonour shall he get, and
.A grievous thing, labour, n^yy atstseheth.
Psa. 147. 3 broken in heart, and bindeth up their wo.
.A wound, wounding, yy*i petsa.
Gen. 4. 23 for I have slain a mau to my wounding
Exod 21. 25 Burning for burning, wound for wound
Job 9. 17 and multiplieth my wounds without cau.
Prov.2o. 30 The blueuess of a wound cleanseth away
23. 29 who hath wounds without cause? who ha.
27. 6 Faithful (are) the wounds of a friend: but
Isa. i. 6 wounds, and bruises, and putrifying sores
./I stroke, stripe, wound, ir^yf] plege.
.Rev. 13. 3 his deadly wound was healed: and all the
13. 12 the first beast, whose deadly wound was
13. 14 which had the woundby a sword, and did
Q.A wound, rpa.ii/j.a trauma.
Lukeio. 34 bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and
WOUND, be (deadly) wounded, to
.To cat off, ys? batsa.
Joel 2. 8 fall upou the sword, they shall not be wo.
2. Wounded, bruised, y9 [patsa].
Deut.23. i He that is wounded in the stones, or hath
3. To be pierced through, "jyi daqar, 4.
Jer. 37. 10 there remained (but) wounded men among
4. To be pained, S n, S*n chul, chil.
i Sa. 31. 3 hit him; and he was sore wounded of the
i Ch.io. 3 hit him, and he was wounded of the arc.
5. To pierce, ^n chalal.
Psa. 109. 22 poor and needy, and my heart is wounded
6. To pierce, ^!J chalal, 3a.
Isa. 51. 9 (Art) thou not it that hath., wounded the
7. To be pierced, V rn chalal, 4.
Isa. 53. 5 But he (was) wounded for our transgress.
8. Pierced, V^n eluded.
Judg. 9. 40 many were overthrown (and) wounded
i Sa. 17. 52 wounded of the Philistines fell down by
Job 24. 12 soul of the wounded crieth out: yet God
Psa. 69. 26 to the grief of those whom thou hast wo.
Prov. 7. 26 For she hath cast down many wounded
Jer. 51. 52 through all her laud the wounded shall
Lam. 2. 12 when they swooned as the wounded in
Eze. 26. 15 when the wounded cry, when the slaug.
28. 23 wounded shall be judged in the midst of
30. 24 with the groanings of a deadly wounded
9. To be or become sick or pierced, rhn chalah, 6.
1 Ki.22. 34 carry me out of the host: for I am woun.
2 Ch.iS. 33 carry me out of the host; for I am woun.
35. 23 said. .Have me away: for I am sore wou.
10. To smite, dash, jTO machats.
Deut 3-. . 39 I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I
2 Sa. 22. 39 I have consumed them, and wounded th.
Job 5. 18 maketh sore, and bindeth up; he wound.
Fsa. 1 8. 38 I have wounded them, that they were not
68. 21 But God shall wound the head of his ene.
no. 6 he shall wound the heads over manycou.
Hab. 3. 13 Thou woundedst the head out of the ho.
11. Smitten, N2} nake.
Pr.ov.i8. 14 infirmity: but a wounded spirit who can
12. To smite, strike forth, H3J nakah, 5.
2 Ki. 8. 28 Ramoth-gilead; and the Syrians wounded
Jer. 30. 14 for I have wounded thee with the wound
IS.To be smitten, nri nakah, 6.
Zech.i3. 6 with which I was wounded (in) the house
14.^4 smiting, bl"W, stroke, ."Kip mukkih.
Psa. 64. 7 an arrow; suddenly shall they be wounded
15.ro wound, yjf? patsa.
Deut 23. i He that is wounded in the stones, or hath
i Ki. 20. 37 man smote him, so that in smiting he wo.
Song 5. 7 they smote me, they wounded me; the k.
16. To put stripes on, ^TTiriOri/j.1 ir\T\ya.s epitithemi.
Lukeio. 30 wounded (him), and departed, leaving
17. To kill, slay, atparru sphattS.
Rev. 13. 3 I saw one of his heads as it were wounded
18. To wound, lacerate, rpavnarifa traumatizo.
Luke 20. 12 and they wounded him also, and cast (h.)
Acts 19. 16 they fled out of that house naked and w.
\9.To strike, smite, rvirrw tuptti.
i Co. 8. 12 wound their weak conscience, ye sin aga.
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WOVEN
Woren, v(pavr6i hnphantos.
Johmg. 23 now the coat was without seam, woven


WRAP (in self, together, up) to
1. To v}rap together, cV? galam.
? Ki. 2. 8 Elijah took his mantle, and wrapped (it)
2. To wrap up, B?S lut, 5.
i Ki. 19. 13


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3.7*0 gather, heap up, D;? kanas, 7.
Isa. 28. 20 narrower than that he can wrap himself
4.7"o itrrap up, hide, confirm, n;;, abath, 3.
Mic. 7. 3 his mischievous desire; so they wrap it up
5.7*0 cover or wrap self up, rfry alaph, 7.
Gen. 38. 14 covered her with a veil, and wrapped he.
6. 7*o roll up in, ivtiXfta eneile t.
Marki5. 46 took him down, and wrapped him in the
7. To roll or wrap up or in, ivrvKnru entulittii.
Matt.a?. 59 taken the body, he wrapped it in a clean
Luke 23. 53 he took it down, and wrapped it in linen
John 20. 7 but wrapped together in a place by itself
WRAPPED (about, together, up , to be
1.7*0 bind, bind up, gird, tr;!J chabash.
Jon. 2. 5 about, the weeds were wrapped shout my
2.7*0 wrap up, B^ lut.
i Sa. 21. 9 it (is here) wrapped in a cloth behind the
3. Covered, BV 3 moot.
Eze. 21. 15 made bright, (it is) wrapped up for the si.
4.7*0 be folded, wrapped together, ~Z" sabak, 4.
Job 8. 17 His roots are wrapped about the heap
5.7*0 be wrapjted together, r& saray, 4.
Job 40. 17 the sinews of his stones are wrapped tog.
WRATH, (fierce), wrathful
I. Face, anger, temper, "JK aph.
Gen. 39. 19 came to pass, .that his wrath was kindled
Exod 22. 24 my wrath shall wax hot, and I will kill
32. 10 let me alone, that my wrath may wax hot
32. ii why doth thy wrath wax hot against thy
32. 12 Turn from thy fierce wrath, and repent
Numii. 33 wrath of the LORD was kindled against the
Dent 1 1. 17 LORD S wrath be kindled against you, and
1 Sa. 28. 18 nor executedst his fierce wrath upon Am.
2 Ki. 23. 26 not from the fierceness of his great wrath
2 Cli.iz. 12 wrath of the LORD turned from him, that
28. ii for the fierce wrath of the LORD (is) upon
28. 13 trespass is great, and (there is) fierce w.
29. 10 that his fierce wrath may turn away from
30. 8 that the fierceness of his wrath may turn
Ezra 8. 22 his wrath (is) against all them that forsa.
10. 14 until the fierce wrath of our God for this
Job 14. 13 wouldest.keep me secret, until thy wrath
16. 9 He teareth (me) in his wrath, who hateth
19. ii He hath also kindled his wrath against
20. 23 shall cast the fury of his wrath upon him
20. 28 goods) shall flow away in the day of his w.
32. 2 Then was kindled the wrath of Elihu the
32. 2 against Job was his wrath kindled, beca.
32. 3 Also against his three friends was his w.
32. 5 no answer, .then his wrath was kindled
36. 13 But the hypocrites in heart heap up wra.
40. ii Cast abroad the rage of thy wrath : and
42. 7 My wrath is kindled against thee, and
Psa. 2. 5 Then shall he speak unto them in his wr.
2. 12 when his wrath is kindled but a little. Bl.
21. 9 the LORD shall swallow them up in his w.
55. 3 cast iniquity upon me, and in wrath they
78. 31 The wrath of God came upon them, and
95. n Unto whom I sware in my wrath, that th.
106. 40 Therefore was the wrath of the LORD kin.
no. 5 strike through kings in the day of his w.
124. 3 when their wrath was kindled against us
138. 7 stretch forth thine hand against the wra.
Prov 14. 29 (He that is) slow to wrath(is) of great un.
24. 1 8 displease him, and he turn away his wra.
29. 8 a snare : but wise (men) turn away wrath
30. 33 so the forcing of wrath briugeth forth st.
2. Wrath, rage, raging, fjyT zaaph.
Prov 19. 12 The king s wrath (is) as the roaring of a
3. Heat, fury, nifn chemah.
Nuni25. n hath turned my wrath away from the ch.
Deut 29. 23 overthrew in his anger, and in his wrath
29. 28 LORD rooted them out . . in wrath, and in
2 Sa. n. 20 if so be that the king s wrath arise, and
2 Ki. 22. 13 for great (is) the wrath of the LORD that
22. 17 therefore my wrath shall be kindled aga.
2 Ch. 12. 7 my wrath shall not be poured out upou
34. 21 for great (is) the wrath of the LORD that
34. 25 therefore my wrath shall be poured out
36. 16 until the wrath of the LORD arose against
Esth. 2. i when the wrath of king Ahasuerus was
3. 5 reverence, then was Haman full of wrath
7. 7 arising from the banquet of wine in his w.
7. 10 Mordecai. Then was the king s wrath pa.
Job 19. 29 wrath (bringeth) the punishments of the
21. 20 and he shall drink of the wrath of the A.
36. 18 Because (there is) wrath, (beware) lest he
Psa. 37. 8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath
59. 13 Consume (them)in wrath, consume (them)
76. 10 Surely the wrath of man shall praise thee
76. 10 the remainder of wrath shall thourestraiR
78. 38 anger away, and did not stir up all his w.
79. 6 Pour out thy wrath upon the heathen th.
88. 7 Thy wrath lieth hard upon me, and thou
89. 46 thou hide thyself for ever? shall thy wr.
90. 7 consumed by thine anger, and by thy w.
106. 23 to turn away his wrath ; lest he should
Prov 15. i A soft answer turneth away wrath : but
15. 18 A wrathful man stirreth up strife : but
16. 14 The wrath of a king (is as) messengers of
19. 19 A man of great wrath shall suffer punish.
21. 14 and a reward in the bosom strong wrath
27. 4 Wrath (is) cruel, and anger (is) outrage.
Jer. 18. 20 (and) to turn away thy wrath from them
Ez. 13. 15 Thus will I accomplish my wrath upon
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4. Fierceness, heat, wrath, jiiri charon.
Exodis. 7 them sentest forth thy wrath, (which) co.
Neh.i3. 18 ye bring more wrath upon Israel by pro.
Psa. 58. o with a whirlwind, both living, .in (his) w.
69. 24 and let thy wrathful anger take hold of
88. 16 Thy fierce wrath goeth over me ; thy ter.
Eze. 7. 12, 14 wrath (is) upon all the multitude the.
5. A nger, provocation, sadness, cyj kaas.
Deut32. 27 Were it not that I feared the wrath of the
1 roviz. 16 A fool s wrath is presently known : but a
27. 3 but a fool s wrath (is) heavier than them
6. Anger, provocation, sadness, b; 3 kmts.
Job 5. 2 For wrath killeth the foolish man, and
7. Transgression, wrath, n"j3j7 elrrah.
Gen.49. 7 Cursed (be), .their wrath, for it was cruel
Job 2 1 . 30 they shall be brought forth to the day of w.
1 sa. 78. 49 cast upon them the fierceness of his. .wr.
85. 3 Thou hast taken away all thy wrath : thou
90. 9 For all our days are passed away in thy w.
90. it even according to thy fear, (so is) thy wr.
Frovi i. 4 Riches profit not in the day of wrath : but
ii. 23 (but) the expectation of the wicked (is) w.
14. 35 his wrath is (against) him that causeth sh.
21. 24 scorner (is) his name who dealeth in. .w.
Isa. 9. 19 Through the wrath of the LOUD of hosts
10. 6 against the people of my wrath will I give
13. 9 cruel both with wrath and fierce anger
13. 13 shall remove out of her place, in the wra.
14. 6 He who smote the people in wrath with
16. 6 haughtiness, and his pride, andhis wrath
Jer. 7. 29 and forsaken the generation of his wrath
48. 30 I know his wrath, saith the LORD ; but
Lam. 2. 2 he hath thrown down in his wrath the
3. i hath seen affliction by the rod of his wra.
Eze. 7. 19 deliver them in the day of the wrath of
21. 31 blow against thce in the fire of my wrath
22. 21 blow upon you in the fire of my wrath
22. 31 consumed them with the fire of my wrath
38. 19 in the fire of my wrath have I spoken, Su.
Hos. 5. 10 I will pour out my wrath upon them like
13. ii I gave, .and took (him) away in my wrath
Amos i. ii his anger did tear, .and he kept his wrath
Hab. 3. 8 (was) thy wrath against the sea, that thou
Zeph. i. 15 That day (is) a day of wrath, a day of tro.
1. 1 8 deliver them in the day of the LORD S w.
8. To be wroth, *)$j? qetsaph.
Ezra 7. 23 why should there be wrath against there.
Q.Wrath, f\$$ qetseph.
Num. i. 53 there be no wratli upon the congregation
16. 46 there is wrath gone out from the LORD
1 8. 5 that there be no wrath any more upon
Josh. 9. 20 let them live, lost wrath be upon us, bee.
22. 20 wrath fell on all the congregation of Isra.
1 Ch.27. 24 because there fell wrath for it against Is.
2 Gh. 19. 2 therefore (is) wrath upon tliee from before
19. 10 (so) wrath come upon you, and upon your
24. 18 wrath came upon Judah and Jerusalem
29. 8 the wrath of the LOUD was upon Judah
32. 25 there was wrath upon him, and upon Ju.
32. 26 the wrath of the LOUD came not uponth.
Esth. i. 18 Thus (shall there arise) too much .wrath
Psa. 38. i LORD, rebuke me not in thy wrath, neit.
102. 10 Because of thine indignation and thy wr.
Eccl. 5. 17 (he hath) much sorrow and wrath with
Isa. 54. 8 In a little wrath I hid my face from thee
60. 10 in my wrath I smote thee, but in my fav
Jer. 10. 10 at his wrath the earth shall tremble, and
21. 5 in anger, and in fury, and in great wrath
32. 37 whither I have driven them, .in great w.
50. 13 Because of the wrath of the LORD it shall
Zech. 7. 12 therefore came a great wrath from the L.
10.Anger, trembling, trouble, ill rogez.
Hab. 3. 2 O LORD, .in wrath remember mercy
11. Mind, wrath, 0v/*6s thumos.
Luke 4. 28 when they heard, .were filled with wrath
Acts 19. 28 they were full of wrath, and cried out, sa.
2 Co. 12. 20 lest (there be) debates, envyings, wraths
Gal. 5. 20 emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heres.
Eph. 4. 31 Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger
Col. 3. 8 put off all these ; anger, wrath, malice
Heb.n. 27 he forsook Egypt, not fearing the wrath
Rev. 12. 12 having great wrath, because he knoweth
14. 8 drink of the wine of [the wrath of] her
14. 10 shall drink of the wine of the wrath of
14. 19 into the great wine press of the wrath of
15. i for in them is filled up the wrath of God
15. 7 seven golden vials full of the wrath of God
1 6. i pour out the vials of the wrath of God upon
18. 3 have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her
\1.Anger, ivrath, opy-ff orge.
Matt. 3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the wra.
Luke 3. 7 who hath warned you to flee from the wr.
21.23 f r there shall be . . wrath upon this people
John 3 . 36 but the wratli of God abideth on him
Rom. 1. 18 the wrath of God is revealed from heaven
2. 5 wrath against the day of wrath and reve.
2. 8 obey unrighteousness, indignation and w.
4. 15 Because the law worketh wrath : for where
5. 9 we shall be saved from wrath through him
9.22 willing to show his wrath . . vessels of wra.
n. 19 Dearly beloved, .give place unto wrath
13. 4 a revenger to (execute) [wrath] upon him
1 3. 5 not only for wrath, but also for conscience
Eph. 2. 3 werebynaturethechildrenofwrath.even
5. 6 because of these things cometh the wrath
Col. 3. 6 the wrath of God cometh on the children
i Th. i. 10 which delivered us from the wrath to co.
i Th. 2. i6the wrath ig come upon them totheutte.
5. 9 God hath not appointed us to wrath, but
i Ti. 2. 8 lifting up holy hands, without wrath and
Heb. 3. ii I sware in my wrath, They shall not enter
4. 3 I have sworn in my wrath, If they shall
Jas. i. 19 swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath
1. 20 the wrath of man worketh not therighte.
Rev. 6. 1 6 and hide us. .from the wrath of the lamb
6. 17 the great day of his wrath is come, and w.
ii. 1 8 thy wratli is come, and the time of the de.
16. 19 of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath
19. 15 the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God
13.^4 prwoking to anger, Tre.popytrrp.6sparorgismos.
Eph. 4. 26 let not the sun go down upon your wrath
WRATH, to provoke to, to come, be wroth
1. To be wroth, ]Sjj qatsaph.
Gen. 40. 2 Pharaoh was wrothagainsttwo(of)hisofli.
41. 10 Pharaoh was wroth with hisservants, and
Exodi6. 20 it bred worms, .and Moses was wroth with
Lev. 10. 6 lest ye die, and lest wrath come upon all
Num 16. 22 will thou be wroth with all the congreg.
31. 14 Moses was wroth with the officers of the
Dent. i. 34 the LOUD heard the voice, .and was wroth
9. 19 the LORD was wroth against you to dest.
Josh. 22. 1 8 he will be wroth with the whole congreg.
1 Sa. 29. 4 the princes of the Philistines were wroth
2 Ki. 5. ii Naaman was wroth, and went away, and
13. 19 the man of God was wroth with him, and
Esth. 1. 12 therefore was the king very wroth, and
2. 21 Bigthan and Teresh. .were wroth, and so.
Isa. 47. 6 I was wroth with my people, I have poll.
54. 9 I would not be wroth with thee, nor reb.
57. 16 neither will I be always wroth: for the sp.
57. 17 was I wroth, .and was wroth, and he we.
64. 5 thou art wroth; for we have sinned: in th.
64. 9 Be not wroth very sore, O LORD, neither
Jer. 37. 15 the princes were wroth with Jeremiah
Lam. 5. 22 rejected us; thou art very wroth against
2. To cause wrath, f]$i3 qatsaph, 5.
Deut. 9. 7 provokedst the LORD thy God to wrath in
9. 8 ye provoked the LORD to wrath, so that
9. 22 at Massah . . ye provoked the LORD to wr.
Zech. 8.14 when your fathers provoked me to wrath
3. To cause to tremble or be angry, iri regaz, 5.
Ezra 5. 12 provoked the God of heaven unto wrath
4. To be wroth, sad, morose, ^i l zcuiph.
2 Ch.26. 19 Uzziah was wroth, and (had) a censer in his
26. 19 and while he was wroth with the priests
5. To be heated, wroth, rnn charah.
Gen. 4. 5 Cain was very wroth, and his countenance
4. 6 Why art thou wroth ? and why is thy cou.
31. 36 Jacob was wroth, and diode with Laban
34. 7 they were very wroth, because he had w.
Nunuo. 15 Moses was very wroth, and said unto the
1 Sa. 18. 8 Saul was very wroth, and the saying disp.
20. 7 if he be very wroth, (then) be sure that
2 Sa. 3. 8 Then was Abner very wroth for the words
13. 21 when king David heard, .he was very wr.
22. 8 moved and shook, because he was wroth
Neh. 4. i he was wroth, and took great indignation
4. 7 to be stopped, then they were very wroth
Psa. 18. 7 and were shaken, because he was wroth
6. To be angry, sad, D^3 kaas.
2 Ch. 16. 10 Asa was wroth with the seer, and put him
7. To show self wroth, 13^ abar, 7.
Deut. 3. 26 the LORD was wroth with me for your sa.
Psa. 78. 21 Therefore the LORD heard, .and was wroth
78. 59 When God heard, .he was wroth, and gr.
78. 62 He gave his people over, .and was wroth
89. 38 thou hast been wroth with thine anointed
8. To be angry, tremble, li~i ragaz.
Isa. 28. 21 he shall be wroth as (in) the valley of Gi.
9. To be or become angry, opyifo/mai orgizomai.
Matt. 1 8. 34 his lord was wroth, and delivered him to
22. 7 But when the king heard . . he was wroth
Rev. 12. 17 the dragon was wroth with the woman.and
10. To anger beyond measure, irapopyifa parorgizo.
Eph. 6. 4 fathers, provoke not your children to wr.
11. To be wroth, Bvfi6onau thnmoomai.
Matt. 2. 16 Herod, .was exceeding wroth, and sent
WREATH, wreathen (work), to be wreathed
1. Fringes, wreathes, Q TU gedilim.
1 Ki. 7. 17 wreaths of chain work, for the chapiters
2. Thick band, wreath, branch, nay. aboth.
Exod.28. ^chains. . (of) wreathen work . .the wreathen
28. 22 chains, .(of) wreathen work (of) pure gold
28. 24 And thou shalt put the two wreathen
28. 25 two ends of the two wreathen (chains) th.
39. 15 chains. . (of) wreathen work (of) pure gold
39. 17 they put the two wreathen chains of gold
39. iSthe two ends of the two wreathen chains
3. Net or wreathed work, lattice, i??if sebakah.
2 Ki.25. 17 the wreathen work, .with wreathen work
2 Ch. 4. 12 two wreaths to cover the two pommels of
4. 13 on the two wreaths, .rows, .on each wre.
4. To wrap self together, riy surag, 7.
Lam. i. 14 they are wreathed, (and) come up upon
WREST
\.To stretch out, turn aside or away, n^natah, 5.
Exod 23. 2 speakinacausetodeclineaftermanytow.
23. 6 Thou shalt not wrest the judgment of thy
Deut 16. 19 Thou shalt not wrest judgment; Miou sh.
2. To take pains, grieve, wrest, 3y^ alsab, 3.
Psa. 56. 5 Every day they wrest my words: all their
3. To distort, pervert, (rrpf&Kota strcblot.
2 Pe. 3. 1 6 they that are unlearned and unstable wr.
WRESTLE, wreatlingi, to
1.7*0 wrestle, clasp round, pjK dbo.q, 2.
Gen. 32. 24 there wrestled a man with him until the
32. 25 thigh was out of joint as he wrestled with
2. Wrestlings, D^VtyJ naphtulim.
Gen. 30. 8 And Rachel said,With great wrestlings ha.
3. To wrestle, Sn^ pathal, 2.
Gen. 30. 8 have I wrestled with my sister, and I ha.
4. The wrestling is, f] ird\rj <t<niv h? pale cstin.
Eph. 6. 12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood
WRETCHED, wretchedness
I. Evil, bad, in. ra.
Num. 1 1. 15 and let me not see my wretchedness
1. Miserable, wretched, rahaiirupos txlaijtoros.
Rom. 7. 24 O wretched man that I am ! who shall de.
Rev. 3. 17 knowest not that thou art wretched, and
WRING (off, out, ) wringing, to
1. Wringing out, forcing, churning, p? mils.
Prov.3o. J3 The wringing of the nose bringeth forth
2. To wiping off, break, p^C malaq.
Lev. i. 15 wring off his head, and burn (it) on the
5. 8 wring off his head from his neck, but sh.
3. To luring out, drain out, ny;p matsah.
Judg. 6. 38 wringed the dew out of the fleece, a bowl
Psa. 75. 8 the wicked of the earth shall wring (th.)
Isa. 51. 17 drunken the dregs, .(and)wrunj,; (them)o.
4.7*0 be wrung or drained out. nya matsah, 2.
Lev. i. 15 blood thereof snail be wrung out at the si.
5. 9 rest of the blood shall be wrung out at the
Psa. 73. 10 waters of a fur (tup) are wrung out to th.
WRINKLE, to fill with wrinkief -
1.7*0 lay hold on, wrinkle, c|j qamat.
Job 16. 8 thou hast filled me with wrinkles, (which)
1.A wrinkle, pvrls rhutis.
Eph. 5. 27 not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such
WRITE (afore, unto, up), to
1. To write, inscribe, describe, -nj kathctb.
Exod. 1 7. 14 Write this (for) a memorial in a book, and
24. 4 Moses wrote all the words of the LORD
24. 12 and commandments which I have written
32. 32 blot, .out of thy book which thou hast w.
34. i will write upon (these) tables the words
34. 27 Write thou these words: for after the te.
34. 28 wrote upon the tables the words of the
39. 30 wrote upon it a writing, (like to) the eng.
Num 5. 23 the priest shall write these curses in a bo.
17. 2 write thou every man s name upon his rod
17. 7 shalt write Aaron s name upon the rod of
33. 2 Moses wrote their goings out according
Deut. 4. 13 and he wrote them upon two tables of st.
5. 22 wrote them in two tables of stone, and
6. 9 thou shalt write them upon the posts of
10. 2 I will write on the tables the words th;it
10. 4 wrote on the tables according to the first
11. 20 thou shalt write them upon the door po.
17. 1 8 he shall write him a copy of this law in a
24. i then let him write her a bill of divorcem.
24. 3 write her abill of divorcement, and giveth
27. 3 shalt write upon them all the words of
27. 8 thou shalt write upon . . stones all the wo
31. 9 Moses wrote this law, and delivered it
31. 19 Now therefore write ye this song for you
31. 22 Moses therefore wrote this song the same
Josh. 8. 32 wrote there, .a copy, .which he wrote in
24. 26 Joshua wrote these words in the book of
1 Sa. 10. 25 wrote (it) in a book, and laid (it) up before
2 Sa. ii. 14 wrote a letter to Joab, and sent (it) by
ii. 15 wrote in the letter, saying, Set ye Uriah
1 Ki.ai. 8 So she wrote letters in Ahab s name, and
21. 9 she wrote in the letters, saying, Proclaim
2 Ki. 10. i Jehu wrote letters, and sent to Samaria
10. 6 Then he wrote a letter the second time to
17. 37 commandment, which he wrote for you
1 Ch. 24. 6 wrote them before the king, and the pri
2 Ch.26. 22 Isaiah the prophet, the son of Amoz, wr.
30. i wrote letters also to Ephraim and Manas.
32. 17 He wrote also letters to rail on the LORD
Ezra 4. 6 wrote they (unto him) an accusation aga.
4. 7 wrote Bishlam. .written in the Syrian to.
Neh. 9. 38 we make a sure (covenant), and write (it)
Esth. 8. 5 which he wrote to destroy the Jews which
8. 8 AVrite ye also for the Jews, as it liketh
8. 10 wrote in the king Ahasuerus name, and
9. 20 Mordecai wrote these things, and sent le.
9. 23 and as Mordecai had written unto them
9. 29 wrote with all authority, to confirm this
Job 13. 26 For thou writest bitter things against me
31. 35 and (that) mine adversary had written a
Psa. 87. 6 LORD shall count, when he writeth up the
Prov. 3. 3 write them upon the table of thine heart
7. 3 Bind them upon thy fln.cers, write them
22. 20 Have not I written to thee excellent thL
Isa. 8. i write in it with a man s pen concerning
10. 19 shall be few, that a child may v.-rite them
30. 8 write it before them in a table, and note
Jer. 22. 30 Write ye this man childless, a man (that)
30. 2 Write thee all the words that I have spo.
31. 33 write it in their hearts, and will be their
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2 write therein all the words that I have
4 Baruch wrote from the mouth of Jerein.
6 which thou hast written from my month
17 How didst thou write all these words at
18 and I wrote (them) with ink in the book
27 words which Baruch wrote at the mouth
28 write in it all the former words that were
29 Why hast thou written therein, saying
32 who wrcte therein, from the mouth of J.
1 when he had written these words in abo.
60 So Jeremiah wrote in a book all the evil
2 Write thee the name of the day, (even)of
16 write upon it. .write upon it, For Joseph
20 stickswhereon thou writest shall beinth.
1 1 write (it) in their sight, that they may ke.
12 I have written to him the great things of
2 Write the vision, and make (it) plain up.
2. 7*0 write, prescribe, an? kathab, 3.
Isa. 10. i write grievousness(which) they have pres
3.7*0 write, an? kethab.
Ezra 4. 8 wrote a letter against Jerusalem to Arta.
5. 10 write the names of the men that (were)
Dan. 5. 5 wrote over against the candlestick upon
5. 5 the king saw the part of the hand that w.
6. 25 Then king Darius wrote unto all people
7. i then he wrote the dream, (and) told the
4. To write, inscribe, ypd<pw grapho.
Mark 10. 4 Moses suffered to write a bill of divorce.
10. 5 For the hardness of your heart he wrote
12. 19 Moses wrote unto us, If a man s brother
Luke i. 3 write unto thee in order, most excellent
1. 63 asked. .and wrote, saying.HisnameisJohn
16. 6 thy bill, and sit down quickly, and write
16. 7 said unto him, Take thy bill, and write fo.
20. 28 Moses wrote unto us, If any man s brother
John i. 45 found him of whom Moses, .did write, Je.
5. 416 ye would have believed me ; for he wrote
8. 6 [with (his) finger wrote on the ground, (as]
8. 8 [again he stooped down, and wrote on the]
19. 19 Pilate wrote a title, and put (it) on the cr.
19. 21 Write not, The king of the Jews ; but that
19. 22 answered, What I have written I have wr.
21. 24 wrote these things ; and we know that his
Acts 15. 23 they wrote (letters) by them after this in.
18. 27 brethren wrote, exhorting the disciples to
23. 25 And he wrote a letter after this manner
25. 26 Of whom I have no certain thing to write
25. 26 that after. .1 might have somewhat to wr.
Bom 15. 15 I have written the more boldly unto you
16. 22 I Tertius, who wrote (this) epistle, salute
i Co. 4. 14 I write not these things to shame you, but
5. 9 wrote unto you in an epistle not to comp.
5. ii I have written unto you not to keep com.
7. i concerning the things whereof ye wrote
9. 15 neither have I written these things, that
14. 37 that the things that I write unto you are
Co. 1.13 For we write none other things unto you
2. 3 I wrote this same unto you, lest, when I
2.4! wrote unto you with many tears ; not
2. 9 For to this end also did I write, that I mi.
7. 12 Wherefore, though I wrote unto you, (I
9. i saints, it is superfluous for me to write to
13. 2 being absent now [I write] to them which
13. 10 Therefore I write these things being abs.
Gal. i. 20 Now the things which I write unto you
6. 1 1 Ye see how large a letter I have written
Phil. 3. i To write the same things to you, to me
1 Th. 4. 9 need not that I write unto you ; for ye yo.
5. i ye have no need that I write unto you
2 Tli. 3. 17 which is the token in every epistle. .1 wr.
i Ti. 3. 14 These things write I unto thee, hoping to
Phm. 19 I Paul have written (it) with mine own h.
21 wrote unto thee, knowing that thou wilt
1 Pe. 5. 12 I have written briefly, exhorting and tes.
2 Pe. 3. i second epistle, beloved, I now write unto
3. 15 as . . Paul also . . hath written unto you
1 Jo. i. 4 these things write we unto you, that your
2. i these things write I unto you, that ye sin
2. 7 I write no new commandment unto you
2. 8 a new commandment I write unto you, wh.
2. 12 I write unto you, little children, because
2. 13 I write unto you. . I write unto you. . I wr.
2. 14 I have written unto you, fathers, because
2. 14 I have written unto you, young men, be.
2. 21 I have not written unto you because ye
2. 26 These, .have I written unto 3-011 concern.
2 John 5 not as though I wrote a new commandm.
12 Having many things to write unto you, I
3 John 9 I wrote unto the church : but Diotrephes
13 to write, but I will not with ink and penw.
Jude 3 when I gave all diligence to write unto you
3 it was needful for me to write unto you
Rev. i. 1 1 What thou seest, write in a book, and send
1. 19 Write the things which thou hast seen, and
2. i Unto the angel of the church of Ephesusw.
2. 8, 1 8 unto the angel of the church, .write
2. 12 to the angel of the church in Pergamos w.
3. i, 14 unto the angel of the church, .write
3. 7 write ; These things saith he that is holy
3. 12 I will write upon him the name of my G.
10. 4 I was about to write : and I heard a voice
10. 4 Seal up these things, .and write them not
14. 13 voice from heaven saying unto me, Write
19. 9 Write, Blessed (are) they which are called
21. 5 said unto me, Write : for these words are
5. To torite upon or over, liriypdifxii Heb. epigraphs. 8. 10 write them in their hearts ; and I will lie
10. 16 hearts, and in their minds will I write th
6. To send to, or upon, 4iriffTf\\w epistellii.
Acts 15. 20 But that we write unto them, that they
21. 25 [we have written] (and) concluded that
WRITE a letter unto, to
To send to, tirrT<A.A.a> epistello.
Heb. 13. 22 I have written a letter unto you in few
WRITER, writing
1.7*0 write, an? kathab.
Deut3i. 24 Moses had made an end of writing the w.
2. To irrite, an? kethab.
Dan. 5. 7 Whosoever shall read this writing, and sh.
5. 8 but they could not read the writing, nor
5. 15 that they should read this writing, and in.
5. 1 6 now if thou canst read the writing, and
5. 17 yet I will read the writing unto the king
5. 24 sent from him ; and this writing was wri.
5. 25 this (is) the writing that was written, Me.
6. 8 sign the writing, that it be not chanm il
6. 9 Wherefore king Darius signed the writing
6. 10 when Daniel knew that the writing was
3.A writing, register, an? kethab.
1 Ch.28. 19 made me understand in writing by (his)h.
2 Ch. 2. ii Hurain the king of Tyre answered in wri.
35. 4 according to the writing of David king of
Ezra 4. 7 and the writing of the letter (was) written
Esth. i. 22 every province according to the writing
3. 12 every province according to the writing
3. 14 The copy of the writing, for a command.
4. 8 Also he gave him the copy of the writing
8. 8 the writing which is written in the king s
8. 9 every province according to the writing
8. 9 and to the Jews according to their writing
8. 13 The copy of the writing for a command.
9. 27 keep these two days according to their w.
Eze. 13. 9 neither shall they be written in the writ.
4.A writing, ana;? miktab.
Exod32. 16 and the writing (was) the writing of God
39. 30 wrote upon it a writing, (like to) the eng.
Deut 10. 4 according to the first writing, the ten co.
s Ch.2i. 12 there came a writing to him from Elijah
35. 4 and according to the writing of Solomon
36. 22 made a proclamation, .in writing, saying
Ezra i. i made a proclamation, .in writing, saying
Isa. 38. 9 The writing of Hezekiah king of Judah
5. To number, icrite, cypher, 159 saphar.
Judg 5. 14 and . .they that handle the pen of the wr.
Psa. 45. i I speak, .my tcaigue (is), .of a ready wri.
Eze. 9. 2 one man . . with a writer s inkhorn by his
9. 3 which (had) the writer s inkhorn by his
6. A little book, roll, scroll, $tf}\iov biblion.
Matt 19. 7 Why did Moses then command to give a w.
7. A letter, character, any thing written, -ypa/uyua.
John 5. 47 But if ye believe not his writings, how
8.7*0 write, inscribe, ypdipta grapho.
John 19. 19 writing was, Jesus of Nazareth the king
WRITING table
A small writing table, TrivaKiSiov pinakidion.
Luke i. 63 he asked for a writing table, and wrote
WRITTEN, (aforetime, in, over, on), to be
1.7*0 ivrite, an? kathab.
Exod 31. 18 tables of stone, written with the finger of
32. 15 the tables (were) written on both their
32. 15 one side and on the other (were} they w.
Nuni ii. 26 they (were) of them that were written, but
Deut. 9. 10 written with the finger of God: and onth.
28. 58 words of this law that are written in this
28. 61 which (is) not written in the book of this
29. 20 all the curses that are written in this book
29. 21 curses of the covenant that are written
29. 27 bring upon it all the curses that are wri.
30. 10 statutes (which are) written in this book
Josh. i. 8 observe to do according to all that is wri.
8. 31 as it is written in the book of the law of M.
8. & according to all that is written in the book
10. 13 (Is) not this written in the book of Jasher?
23. 6 to keep and to do all that is written iu the
2 Sa. i. 1 8 behold, (it is) written in the book of Jas.
1 Ki. 2. 3 as it is written in the law of Moses, that
11. 41 (are) they not written in the book of the
14. 19 written in the book of the chronicles of
So in verse 29; 15. 7, 23, 31 ; 16. 5, 14, 20, 27; 22. 39, 45;
2 Ki. i. 18; 8. 23; 10. 34; 12. 19; 13. 8, 12; 14. 15, 28; 15.
6, ii, 15, 21, 26, 31, 36; 16. IQ; 20. 20; 21. 17, 25; 23. 28 ;
24. 5; i Ch. 9. t ; 29. 29; 2 Cn. 9. 29; 12. 15; 16. n; 20.
34; 25. 26; 27. 7; 28. 26; 34. 24; 35. 12,27; 36. 8; Esth.
10. 2.
2 Ki. 14. 6 according to that which is written in the
22. 13 to do according unto all that which is w.
23. 3 words of this covenant that were written
23. 21 as (it is) written in the book of this cove.
23. 24 the words of the law which were written
1 Ch. 4. 41 these written by name came in the days
1 6. 40 according to all that is written in the law
2 Ch.i3. 22 (are)written in the story of theprophetl.
23. 1 8 as (it is) written in the law of Moses, with
24. 27 written in the story of the book of the ki.
25. 4 written in the law in the book of Moses
30. 5 of a long (time in such sort) as it was writ.
30. 1 8 eat the passover otherwise than it was w.
31. 3 as (it is) written in the law of the LORIi
32. 32 they (are) written in the vision of Isaiah
33. 19 they (are) written among the sayings of
34. 21 to do after all that is written in this book
34. 31 words of tne covenant which are written
2 Ch-35. 12 as(it is) written in the book of Moses, and
35. 25 behold, they (are) written in the Lamen.
35. 26 according to (that which was) written in
Ezra 3. 2 as (it is) written in the law of Moses the
3. 4 as (it is) written, and (offered) the daily
4. 7 was written in the Syrian tongue, ami in.
Neh. 6. 6 Wherein (was) written, It is reported am.
7. 5 came up at the first, and found written
8. 14 they found written in the law which the
8. 15 of thick trees, to make booths, as it is w.
10. 34 burn upon the altar, .as (it is) written in the
10. 36 as (it is) written in the law, and the first.
12. 23 written in the book of the chronicles, even
13. i found written, that the Ammonite and the
Esth. 6. 2 found written, that Mordecai had told
Psa. 40. 7 in the volume of the book (it is) written
149. 9 To execute upon them the judgment wr.
Eccl.i2. 10 (that which was) written (was) upright
Isa. 4. 3 every one that is written among the living
65. 6 Behold, (it is) written before me; I will
Jer. 17. i The sin of Judah (is) written with a pen
25. 13 all that is written in this book, which Je.
51. 60 all these words that are written against
Eze. 2. 10 written within and without : and. .writt.
Dan. o. ii written in the law of Moses the servant
9. 13 As (it is) written in the law of Mosey, all
12. i every one that shall be found written in
2.Tobe written, an? kathab, 2.
Ezra 8. 34 and all the weight was written at that ti.
Esth. i. 19 let it be written among the laws of the
2. 23 it was written in the book of the chronic.
3. 9 let it be written that they may be destro.
3. 12 there was written, according to all that
3. 12 in the name of king Ahasuerus was it wr.
8. 5 let it be written to reverse the letters de.
8. 8 for the writing which is written in the
8. 9 it was written according to all that Mor.
9. 32 matters of Purim ; and it was written in
Job 19. 23 Oh that my words were now written ! oh
Psa. 69. 28 book of the living, and not be written wi.
102. 18 This shall be written for the generation
139. 1 6 and in thy book all (my members) were w.
Jer. 17. 13 they that depart from me shall be writt.
Eze. 13. 9 neither shall they be written in the writ
Mai. 3. 16 book of remembrance was written before
3.^4 writing, an? kethab.
Ezra 6. 18 at Jerusalem ; as it is written in the hook
4.7*0 write, an? kethab.
Ezra 5. 7 sent a letter unto him, wherein was wri.
6. 2 found, .a roll, and therein, .thus written
5. 7*o tiote down, siyn, Off~\ reshain.
Dan. 5. 24 sent from him ; and this writing was wr.
5. 25 this (is) the writing that was written, M.
6. 7*o write off, enrol, airoypaQta opograjihd.
Heb. 12. 23 church of the first born, which are writ.
7. Written, inscribed, ypairros graptos.
Rom. 2. 15 show the work of the law written in their
8. To be written, ypd<po/j.cu graphomai.
Matt. 2. 5 In Beth-lehem of Judea : for thus it is w.
4. 4 It is written, Man shall not live by bread
4. 6 for it is written, He shall give his angels
4. 7 It is written again, Thou shall not tempt
4. 10 for it is written, Thou shalt worship the
11. 10 For this is (he), of whom it is written, Be.
21. 13 It is written, My house shall be called the
26. 24 Son of man goeth as it is written of him
26. 31 for it is written, I will smite the shepherd
27. 37 set up over his head his accusation writ.
Mark i. 2 As it is written in the prophets, Behold
7. 6 as it is written, This people honoureth me
9. 12 how it is written of the Son of man, that
9. 13 whatsoever they listed, as it is written of
11. 17 Is it not written, My house shall be called
14. 21 Son of man indeed goeth, as it is written
14. 27 for it is written, I will smite the shepherd
Luke 2. 23 As it is written in the law of the Lord, Ev.
3. 4 As it is written in the book of the words
4.* 4 It is written, That man shall not live by,
4. 8 for it is written, Thon shalt worship the
4. 10 For it is written, He shall give his angels
4. 17 he found the place where it was written
7. 27 This is (he) of whom it is written, Behold
10. 20 rejoice, because your names [are written]
10. 26 What is written in the law ? how readest
1 8. 31 all things that are written by the proph.
19. 46 It is written, My house is the house of pr.
20. 17 What is this then that is written, The st.
21. 22 all things which are written may be fill.
22. 37 this that is written must yet be accomp.
23. 38 superscription also [was written]over him
24. 44 which were written in the law of Moses
24. 46 Thus it is written, and thus it behoved
John 2. 17 his disciples remembered that it was wr.
6. 31 as it is written, He gave them bread from
6. 45 It is written in the prophets. And they
8. 17 It is also written in your law ; that the
10. 34 Is it not written in y>ur law, I said, Ye
12. 14 found a young ass, sat thereon; as it is w.
12. 16 rememb. they that these things were wr.
15. 25 word might be fulfilled that is written in
10. 20 it was written in Hebrew, (and) Greek
20. 30 other signs, .which are not written in this
20. 31 But these are written, that je might bel.
21. 25 if they should be written every one, I su.
21. ?<; could not contain the books that should
Acts i. 20 For it is written in the book of Psalms
7. 42 as it is written in the book of the proph.
13. ag when they had fulfilled all that was writ
WRONG 1079 YEA
Acts 13. 33 as it is also written in the second psalm
15. 15 the words of the prophets; as it is writt.
23. 5 for it is written, Thou shall not speak
24. 14 believing all things which are written in
Rom. i. 17 as it is written, The just shall live l>y fai.
2. 24 amongthe Gentiles through you, asitisw.
3. 4 as it is written, That thou mightest be
3. 10 As it is written, There is none righteous
4. 17 As it is written, I have made thee a fath.
4. 23 Now it was not written for his sake alone
8. 36 As it is written, For thy sake we are kill.
9. 13 As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but
g. 33 As it is written, Behold, I lay inSion a
10. 15 as it is written, How beautiful are thefe.
it. 8 According as it is written, God hath given
11. 26 as it is written, There shall come put of
12. 19 for it is written, Vengeance (is) mine, I
14. 1 1 For it is written, (As) I live, saith the L.
15. 3 as it is written, The reproaches of them
15. 9 as it is written, For this cause I will con.
15. 21 But as it is written, To whom he was not
i Co. i. 19 For it is written, I will destroy the wisd.
1. 31 That, according as it is written, He that
2. 9 But as it is written, Eye hath not seen
3. 19 For it is written, He taketh the wise in
4. 6 to think (of men) above that which is wr.
9. 9 For it is written in the law of Moses, Thou
9. 10 For our sakes, no doubt, (this) is written
10. 7 as it is written, The people sat down to
10. ii they are written for our admonition, upon
14. 21 In the law it is written, With (men of)
15. 45 so it is written, The first man Adam was
15. 54 the saying that is written, Death is swall.
a Co. 4. 13 same spirit of faith, according as it is w.
8. 15 As it is written, He that (had gathered)
9. 9 As it is written, He hath dispersed abroad
Gal. 3. 10 for it is written, Cursed (is) everyone that
3. 10 all tilings which are written in the book
3. 13 for it is written, Cursed (is) every oneth.
4. 22 For it is written, that Abraham had two
4. 27 For it is written ; Rejoice, (thou) barren
Heb. 10. 7 in the volume of the book it is written of
1 Pe. i. 16 Because it is written, Be ye holy ; for I am
Hev. i. 3 keep those things which are written ther.
2, 17 in the stone a new name written, which
5. i a book written within and on the back
13. 8 whose names are not written in the book
14. i having his Father s name written in their
17. 5 upon her forehead (was) a name written
17. 8 whose names were not written in the book
19. 12 name written that no man knew but he
19. 16 on his thigh a name written, Kingof kings
20. 12 written in the books, according to their
20. 15 whosoever was not found written in the
21. 27 They which are written in the lamb s book
22. 18 add unto him the plagues that are written
22. 19 (from) the things which are written in this
9. To write in. tyypdcfHa eggrapho.
2 Co. 3. 2 Ye are our epistle written in our hearts
3. 3 written not with ink, but with the spirit
10. In letters, tv ypa^naffiv en grammasin.
2 Co. 3. 7 if the ministration of death, written (and
11. To write upon or over, (iriypdQca epigraph.
Markis. 26 superscription of his accusation was writ.
Rev. 21. 12 names written thereon, which are (the na.
12. To ivrite before or publicly, -rrpoypd<j><aprographr>. Rom 15. 4 things were written aforetime were writ.
Eph. 3. 3 made known . . as I wrote afore in few wor.
WRONG (matter of), wrongfully
I. Violence, DIpn chama-s.
Gen. 16. 5 My wrong (be) upon thee: I have given my
1 Ch.i2. 17 seeing (there is) no wrong in mine hands
Job 19. 7 I cry out of wrong, but I am not heard: I
2.^o judgment, ti^P x? lo mishpat.
Jer. 22. 13 him that buildeth. .his chambers by wrong
Eze. 22. 29 they have oppressed the stranger wrongf
3. A turning aside, irjp sarah.
Deut.ig. 16 to testify against him (that which is) wr
4. An overthrow, nn$ awathah.
Lam. 3. 59 LORD, thou hast seen my wrong: judge
5. To be wrong, crooked, "?[$ aqal, 4.
Hab. i. 4 therefore wrong judgment proceedeth
6. Evil, bad, y~l ra.
Judgn. 27 but thou doest me wrong to war against
7. Falsehood, falsely, ~i%y sheqer.
Psa. 35. 19 Let not them . .wrongfully rejoice over
38. 19 they that hate me wrongfully are multip
69. 4 destroy me, (being) mine enemies wrong
119. 86 they persecute me wrongfully; help thou
8.An act of injustice, aSiKTj/cta adikema.
Acts 18. 14 If it were a matter of wrong or wicked le
9. Injustice, unrighteousness, aStiua culikia.
2 Co. 12. 13 not burdensome to you ~>. forgivemethisw
10. Unjustly, unrighteously, aS inus adikos.
i Pe. 2. 19 for conscience toward God . . suffering wr
WRONG, to (go, suffer, take)
1.7*0 do violence, DCIJ chamas.
Prov. 8. 36 But he that sinneth against me wrongetl
2. To oppress, cause oppression, nr yanah, 5.
Jer. 22. 3 do no wrong, do no violence to the stran
3. To do perversely, ni^ avail.
Esth. 1. 16 Vashti the queen hath not done wrong t(
. To press on, oppress, pyy ashaq.
i Ch. 16. 21 He suffered no man to do them wrong; yea
Psa.ios. 14 Hesuftered no man to do them wrong; yea
To do V ickedly, or wrong, yy~[ rasha.
Exod. 2. 1 3 said to him that did the wrong, Wherefore
To do injustice, or unrighteousness, aSiKtu.
Matt. 20. 13 Friend, I do thee no wrong: didst not th.
Acts 7. 24 seeing one (of them) suffer wrong, he de.
7. 26 Sirs, ye are brethren; why do ye wrong one
7. 27 Buthe that did his neighbour wrong thrust
25. 10 to the Jews have I done no wrong, as th.
1 Co. 6. 7 Whydo ye not rather take wrong? why do
6. 8 Nay, ye do wrong, and defraud, and that
2 Co. 7. 2 we have wronged no man, we have corru.
7. 12 not for his cause thathad done the wrong
7. 12 nor for his cause that suffered wrong, but
Col. 3. 25 But he that doeth wrong shall receive for
3. 25 wrong which he hath done: and there is
Phm. 18 If he hath wronged thee, or oweth (thee)
WRONGFULLY, to imagine
To do violence, ocn chamas.
Job 21. 27 devices (which) ye wrongfully imagine ag.
WROUGHT, (to be) [.See Work.]
l.Ifeum work, n U gazith.
i Ch.22. 2 set masons to hew wrought stones to build
1. Work, n^y.5 maaseh.
i Ki. 7. 26 brim thereof was wrought like the brim
3. Settings, brocade, rrixsyp mishbetKoth.
Psa. 45. 13 glorious within ; her clothing (is) of wrou.
4.Service, .TTQK. abodah.
1 Ch. 4. 21 families of the house of them that wrought
5. To be served, tilled, 13y, abad, 4.
Deut.2i. 3 heifer, which hath not been wrought wi.
6. Artificer, graver, carver, enn charash.
2 Ch.24. 12 also such as wrought iron, and brass to in.
7. To be done, rtyy asah, 2.
Deut.i3. 14 (that) such abomination is wrought among
17. 4 (that) such abomination is wrought in Is.
Neh. 6. 16 perceived that this work was wrought of
Eccl. 2. 17 because the work that is wrought under
8. To do, n$y asah.
Exod 36. i Then wrought Bezaleel and Aholiab, and
36. 4 wrought all the work of the sanctuary, ca
36. 8 man among them that wrought the work
39. 6 they wrought onyx stones inclosed in ou.
Lev. 20. 12 They have wrought confusion; their blood
Bent 22. 21 because she hath wrought folly in Israel
Josh. 7. 15 and because he hath wrought folly in Isr.
Ruth 2. 19 where wroughtest thou? blessed be he th.
2.19 showed her . . with whom she had wrought
2. 19 man s name with whom I wrought to day
1 Sa. ii. 13 for to day the LORD hath wrought salvation
14. 45 who hath wrought this great salvation in
14. 45 for he hath wrought with God this day
19. 5 the LOUD wrought a great salvation for
2 Sa.iS. 13 I should have wrought falsehood against
23. 10, 12 and the LORD wrought a great victory
iKi. 5. 16 ruled, .the people that wrought in the w.
7. 14 came to king Solomon, and wrought all
16. 25 But Omri wrought evil in the eyes of the
2 Ki. 3. 2 And he wrought evil in the sight of the
12. 1 1 b.uilders that wrought upon the house of
17. ii wrought wicked things to provoke the Lo.
21. 6 wrought much wickedness in the sight of
2 Ch.2i. 6 wrought (that which was) evil in the
24. 13 So the workmen wrought, and the work
31. 20 wrought (that which was) good and right
33. 6 wrought much evil in the sight of the L.
34. 10 workmen that wrought in the house of
34. 13 overseers of all that wrought the work in
Xeh. 4. 16 the half of my servants wrought in thew.
4. 17 with one of his hands wrought in the wo
Isa. 26. 18 we have not wrought any deliverance in
Jer. ii. 15 she hath wrought lewdness with many
18. 3 behold, he wrought a work on the wheels
Eze. 20. 9, 14, 22 I wrought for my name s sake, that
20. 44 when I have wrought with you for my na.
9. To become, yivo/j.ai ginomai.
Mark 6. 2 such mighty works are wrought, Ac. 5. is
W.To be wrought out, Ka.Ttpyd^o/j.a.1, 2 Co. 12. 12.
WRUNG See Wring.




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    (Holy, Inspired, Inerrant, Intrepid, Infallible, Infinitive, Invincible, Indestructible, Inexhaustible, Inalienable, Immutable, Implacable, Impossible-to-Improve: Eternal and Indubitable - NEVER FAILING - and ALL CONQUERING!) DEDUCTING the above from the simple fact: That GOD EQUATES HIS WORD WITH HIMSELF!
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    God the Spirit’s Goals:

    SCRIPTURE: Jesus declares: "'I ’WILL’' send Him (Holy Spirit) unto you, and when He is come 'He ’WILL’' testify of Me: John 14:26 SCRIPTURE: "He ’WILL’ reprove the world [convict, convince, correct] of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment: John 16:7 SCRIPTURE: (1)Of Sin, because they believe not on me; ... (2) Of Righteousness, because I go to my Father; ...(3)Of Judgment, because the 'Prince of this World' IS JUDGED![A] John 16:8-10
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      *Cambridge Theological Seminary USA & Global has no connection or relationship to Cambridge University in England, EXCEPT . . .

      . . . 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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