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  1. Activity, the most ancient of Oriental cities; the capital of Syria (Isa 7:8; Isa 17:3)
  2. (Mat 24:15; Mark 13:14; Compare Luke 21:20), is interpreted of the eagles, the standards of the Roman army, which were an abomination to the Jews. These standards, rising over the site of the temple, were a sign that the holy place had fallen under the idolatrous Romans. The references are to Dan 9:27
  3. She was bribed by the "lords of the Philistines" to obtain from Samson the secret of his strength and the means of overcoming it (Jdg 16:4-18). She tried on three occasions to obtain from him this secret in vain.
  4. A silversmith at Ephesus, whose chief occupation was to make "silver shrines for Diana" (q.v.), Acts 19:24
  5. The name given by the Greek fathers to the ten commandments.
  6. The circle, the plain near Babylon in which Nebuchadnezzar set up a golden image, mentioned in Dan 3:1. The place still retains its ancient name. On one of its many mounds the pedestal of what must have been a colossal statue has been found. It has been supposed to be that of the golden image.
  7. So called by the Romans; called Artemis by the Greeks, the "great" goddess worshipped among heathen nations under various modifications. (Acts 19:23-41).
  8. A slanderer, (Gr. diabolos), the arch-enemy of man's spiritual interest (Job 1:6; Rev 2:10; Zec 3:1). He is called also "the accuser of the brethen" (Rev 12:10).
  9. Little fish; diminutive from dag = a fish, the fish-god; the national god of the Philistines (Jdg 16:23). This idol had the body of a fish with the head and hands of a man.
  10. A scholar, sometimes applied to the followers of John the Baptist (Mat 9:14), and of the Pharisees (Mat 22:16), but principally to the followers of Christ.
  11. Rebekah's nurse. She accompanied her mistress when she left her father's house in Padan-aram to become the wife of Isaac (Gen 24:59). Many years afterwards she died at Bethel, and was buried under the "oak of weeping", Allon-bachuth (Gen 35:8).
  12. To cast ____ on the head was a sign of mourning (Jos 7:6); and to sit in dust, of extreme affliction (Isa 47:1).
  13. (Ex 12:23), the agent employed in the killing of the first-born; the destroying angel or messenger of God.


  1. From natural infirmity (Ex 4:11); not knowing what to say (Prov 31:8); unwillingness to speak (Ps 39:9; Lev 10:3).
  2. the harbinger of peace to Noah (Gen 8:8, 10). It is often mentioned as the emblem of purity (Ps 68:13). It is a symbol of the Holy Spirit (Gen 1:2; Mat 3:16; Mark 1:10; Luke 3:22; John 1:32)
  3. To sit on a, was a sign of the deepest dejection (1Sa 2:8; Ps 113:7; Lam 4:5).
  4. One of the four great prophets, although he is not once spoken of in the Old Testament as a prophet. His life and prophecies are recorded in the Book of Daniel. He was descended from one of the noble families of Judah (Dan 1:3)
  5. Frequently mentioned both in the Old and New Testaments. Dogs were used by the Hebrews as a watch for their houses (Isa 56:10), and for guarding their flocks (Job 30:1).
  6. (Dan 8:12; Dan 11:31; Dan 12:11), a burnt offering of two lambs of a year old
  7. Of false prophets (Deut 18:10, 14; Mic 3:6, 7, 11), of necromancers (1Sa 28:8), of the Philistine priests and diviners (1Sa 6:2), of Balaam (Jos 13:22).
  8. The name of some unknown creature inhabiting desert places and ruins (Job 30:29; Ps 44:19; Isa 13:22; Isa 34:13; Isa 43:20; Jer 10:22; Mic 1:8; Mal 1:3), probably dinosaurs
  9. Third and youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa I. She was present with Felix when Paul reasoned of "righteousness, temperance, and judgment to come" (Acts 24:24).
  10. The fifth son of Jacob. His mother was Bilhah, Rachel's maid ((Gen 30:6), "God hath judged me", Heb. dananni). The blessing pronounced on him by his father was, "Dan shall judge his people" (Gen 49:16)
  11. Darius the Mede (Dan 11:1), "the son of Ahasuerus, of the seed of the Medes" (Dan 9:1). On the death of Belshazzar the Chaldean he "received the kingdom" of Babylon as viceroy from Cyrus. During his brief reign (B.C. 538-536) Daniel was promoted to the highest dignity (Dan 6:1, 2)
  12. In Rom 13:2, means "condemnation," which comes on those who withstand God's ordinance of magistracy
  13. Different from the ordinary prison in being more severe as a place of punishment. Like the Roman inner prison (Acts 16:24), it consisted of a deep cell or cistern (Jer 38:6)
  14. A female antelope, or gazelle, a pious Christian widow at Joppa whom Peter restored to life (Acts 9:36-41). She was a Hellenistic Jewess, called Tabitha by the Jews and Dorcas by the Greeks.
  15. Derived from the Latin dux, meaning "a leader;" Arabic, "a sheik." This word is used to denote the phylarch or chief of a tribe (Gen 36:15-43; Ex 15:15; 1Ch 1:51-54).
  16. Beloved, the eighth and youngest son of Jesse, a citizen of Bethlehem. His father seems to have been a man in humble life. His mother's name is not recorded. Some think she was the Nahash of 2Sa 17:25. As to his personal appearance, we only know that he was red-haired, with beautiful eyes and a fair face (1Sa 16:12; 1Sa 17:42).
  17. In 1Ki 22:47, means a prefect; one set over others. The same Hebrew word is rendered "officer;" i.e., chief of the commissariat appointed by Solomon (1Ki 4:5)

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