- Courageous, a surname of Judas (Jude), one of the twelve (Mat 10:3), called also Thaddaeus, not to be confounded with the Judas who was the brother of our Lord.
- Dedicated to God, a king whom his mother instructed (Prov 31:1-9). Nothing is certainly known concerning him. The rabbis identified him with Solomon.
- (Mat 27:46), a Hebrew word meaning why, quoted from Ps 22:1.
- One of the twelve tribes of Israel. This name is generally used as the title of that portion of the tribe which was set apart for the subordinate offices of the sanctuary service (1Ki 8:4; Ezra 2:70), as assistants to the priests.
- An opening through which the cool breeze passes (Jdg 5:28).
- Like a dog, i.e., by putting the hand filled with water to the mouth. The dog drinks by shaping the end of his long thin tongue into the form of a spoon, thus rapidly lifting up water, which he throws into his mouth. (Jdg 7:7).
- Symbol of Christ (Gen 4:4; Ex 12:3; Ex 29:38; Isa 16:1; Isa 53:7; John 1:36; Rev 13:8).
- It frequently signifies instruction (Mat 5:16; John 5:35). In its highest sense it is applied to Christ as the "Sun of righteousness" (Mal 4:2; Luke 2:32; John 1:7-9).
- Among the Jews, was one versed in the laws of Moses, which he expounded in the schools and synagogues (Mat 22:35; Luke 10:25).
- Deborah is called "the wife of ________" (Jdg 4:4). Some have rendered the expression "a woman of a fiery spirit," under the supposition that this is not a proper name, a woman of a torch-like spirit.
- A regiment of the Roman army, the number of men composing which differed at different times. It originally consisted of three thousand men, but in the time of Christ consisted of six thousand, exclusive of horsemen, who were in number a tenth of the foot-men. The word is used (Mat 26:53; Mark 5:9) to express simply a great multitude.
- Num 11:5. This Hebrew word seems to denote in this last passage simply herbs, such as lettuce or savoury herbs cooked as kitchen vegetables, and not necessarily what are now called _____.
- This name is from the Greek lepra, by which the Greek physicians designated the disease from its scaliness. We have the description of the disease, as well as the regulations connected with it, in Lev 13; Lev 14; Num 12:10-15, etc.
- Will of God as to human conduct, binding on all men to the end of time. It was promulgated at Sinai. It is perfect (Ps 19:7), perpetual (Mat 5:17, 18), holy (Rom 7:12), good, spiritual (Rom 7:14), and exceeding broad (Ps 119:96).
- It was a frequent accompaniment of mourning (Amos 8:10).
- A city of the Sidonians, in the extreme north of Palestine (Jdg 18:7, 14)
- The brother of Mary and Martha of Bethany. He was raised from the dead after he had lain four days in the tomb (John 11:1-44).
- (Heb. 'adashim), a species of vetch (Gen 25:34; 2Sa 23:11), common in Syria under the name addas.They were among the provisions brought to David when he fled from Absalom (2Sa 17:28). It is the Ervum lens of Linnaeus, a leguminous plant which produces a fruit resembling a bean.
- a "basin" for boiling in, a "pan" for cooking , a "fire-pan" or hearth, the sacred wash-bowl of the tabernacle and temple (Ex 30:18, 28; Ex 31:9; Ex 35:16; Ex 38:8; Ex 39:39; Ex 40:7, 11, 30)
- An intentional violation of the truth, emphatically condemned in Scripture (John 8:44; 1Ti 1:9, 10; Rev 21:27; Rev 22:15).
- A jawbone, a place in the tribe of Judah where Samson achieved a victory over the Philistines (Jdg 15:9, 14, 16),
- The vernacular language of the ancient Romans (John 19:20).
- The city of this name mentioned in Scripture lay on the confines of Phrygia and Lydia, about 40 miles east of Ephesus (Rev 3:14).
- A girdle of, worn by Elijah (2Ki 1:8) and John the Baptist (Mat 3:4).
- The various ordinances contained in this book were all delivered in the space of a month (Compare Ex 40:17; Num 1:1), the first month of the second year after the Exodus. It is the third book of Moses.
- Frankincense, a town near Shiloh, on the north side of Bethel (Jdg 21:19). It has been identified with el-Lubban, to the south of Nablus.
- The name of an unclean bird, mentioned only in Lev 11:19 and Deut 14:18.
- Impregnable, a royal Canaanitish city in the Shephelah, or maritime plain of Palestine (Jos 10:3, 5; Jos 12:11).
- (Heb. kinnim), the creatures employed in the third plague sent upon Egypt (Ex 8:16-18). They were miraculously produced from the dust of the land.
- (Heb. namer, so called because spotted, (Song 4:8)), was that great spotted feline which anciently infested the mountains of Syria, more appropriately called a panther (Felis pardus). Its fierceness (Isa 11:6), its watching for its prey (Jer 5:6), its swiftness (Hab 1:8), and the spots of its skin (Jer 13:23), are noticed.
- From a word meaning to keep or preserve.(Isa 25:6). "Men settled on their lees" (Zep 1:12) are men "hardened or crusted." The image is derived from the crust formed at the bottom of wines long left undisturbed (Jer 48:11).
- (1Ki 5:13)), forced service. The service of tributaries was often thus exacted by kings. Solomon raised a "great ____" of 30,000 men, about two per cent. of the population, to work for him by courses on Lebanon.
- Occurs only once, in the account of Jacob's vision (Gen 28:12).
- That part of the candle-sticks of the tabernacle and the temple which bore the light (Ex 25:37; 1Ki 7:49; 2Ch 4:20; 2Ch 13:11; Zec 4:2).
- A boundary line indicated by a stone, stake, etc. (Deut 19:14; Deut 27:17; Prov 22:28; Prov 23:10; Job 24:2).
- (Acts 18:14), villany or wickedness
- (Ps 4:2; Ps 5:6) an Old English word meaning lies, or lying, as the Hebrew word _kazabh_ is generally rendered.
- The fifth in descent from Cain. He was the first to violate the primeval ordinance of marriage (Gen 4:18-24).
- In Rom 2:27, 29 means the outward form. The "oldness of the ______" (Rom 7:6) is a phrase which denotes the old way of literal outward obedience to the law as a system of mere external rules of conduct.
- Weary, the eldest daughter of Laban, and sister of Rachel (Gen 29:16). Jacob took her to wife through a deceit of her father (Gen 29:23).