What does Million mean in the Bible?

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King James Dictionary - Million
MILLION, n. mil'yun. L. mille, a thousand.
1. The number of ten hundred thousand, or a thousand thousand. It is used as a noun or an adjective as a million of men, or a million men. As a noun, it has a regular plural, millions. 2. In common usage, a very great number, indefinitely. There are millions of truths that men are not concerned to know.
Webster's Dictionary - Million
(1):
(n.) The mass of common people; - with the article the.
(2):
(n.) A very great number; an indefinitely large number.
(3):
(n.) The number of ten hundred thousand, or a thousand thousand, - written 1,000, 000. See the Note under Hundred.

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Megalo - (1):...
A Million times, a Million of; as, megameter, a Million meters; megafarad, a Million farads; megohm, a Million ohms
Millionth - ) Being the last one of a Million of units or objects counted in regular order from the first of a series or succession; being one of a Million. ) The quotient of a unit divided by one Million; one of a Million equal parts
Million - Million, n. It is used as a noun or an adjective as a Million of men, or a Million men. As a noun, it has a regular plural, Millions. There are Millions of truths that men are not concerned to know
Megampere - ) A Million amperes
Megacoulomb - ) A Million coulombs
Megaweber - ) A Million webers
Megalerg - ) A Million ergs; a megerg
Quintilllion - ) According to the French notation, which is used on the Continent and in America, the cube of a Million, or a unit with eighteen ciphers annexed; according to the English notation, a number produced by involving a Million to the fifth power, or a unit with thirty ciphers annexed
Megametre - ) In the metric system, one Million meters, or one thousand kilometers
Trillion - ) According to the French notation, which is used upon the Continent generally and in the United States, the number expressed by a unit with twelve ciphers annexed; a Million Millions; according to the English notation, the number produced by involving a Million to the third power, or the number represented by a unit with eighteen ciphers annexed
Megadyne - ) One of the larger measures of force, amounting to one Million dynes
Millier - ) A weight of the metric system, being one Million grams; a metric ton
Megohm - ) One of the larger measures of electrical resistance, amounting to one Million ohms
Megavolt - ) One of the larger measures of electro-motive force, amounting to one Million volts
Megafarad - ) One of the larger measures of electrical capacity, amounting to one Million farads; a macrofarad
Megerg - ) One of the larger measures of work, amounting to one Million ergs; - called also megalerg
Millionaire - ) One whose wealth is counted by Millions of francs, dollars, or pounds; a very rich person; a person worth a Million or more
Myriare - ) A measure of surface in the metric system containing ten thousand ares, or one Million square meters
Billion - ) According to the French and American method of numeration, a thousand Millions, or 1,000,000,000; according to the English method, a Million Millions, or 1,000,000,000,000
Krypton - ) An inert gaseous element of the argon group, occurring in air to the extent of about one volume in a Million
Mouille - , in French, l or ll and gn (like the lli in Million and ni in minion); in Italian, gl and gn; in Spanish, ll and ?; in Portuguese, lh and nh
Decillion - ) According to the English notation, a Million involved to the tenth power, or a unit with sixty ciphers annexed; according to the French and American notation, a thousand involved to the eleventh power, or a unit with thirty-three ciphers annexed
Christs, False - One of them named Coziba lived within followers, and occasioned the death of more than half a Million of Jews
Sextillion - According to the English method, a Million raised to the sixth power, or the number expressed by a unit with thirty-six ciphers annexed
Pakistan - About 3% of the population is Christian; there are about a Million Catholics
Quadrillion - ) According to the French notation, which is followed also upon the Continent and in the United States, a unit with fifteen ciphers annexed; according to the English notation, the number produced by involving a Million to the fourth power, or the number represented by a unit with twenty-four ciphers annexed
Sierra Leone - The majority of the six Million inhabitants are Muslim; about 10% are Christian, about a third of them Catholic
Algeria - With of a population of over 32 Million, there are around 5,000 Catholics
John Mullanphy - One unmarried son, mayor of the city, founded the Mullanphy Fund of over a Million dollars for civiccharity; his daughters and their descendants inherited his piety and benevolence
Mullanphy, John - One unmarried son, mayor of the city, founded the Mullanphy Fund of over a Million dollars for civiccharity; his daughters and their descendants inherited his piety and benevolence
Law of Guarantees - Some of its provisions were: inviolability of the Pope's person, an annuity of three and a quarter Million lire ($622,425), extra-territoriality of the Vatican and Lateran Palaces and Castel Gandolfo
Guarantees, Law of - Some of its provisions were: inviolability of the Pope's person, an annuity of three and a quarter Million lire ($622,425), extra-territoriality of the Vatican and Lateran Palaces and Castel Gandolfo
Zerah - King of Ethiopia, or a general in the Egyptian army, who came against Asa with a Million troops and three hundred chariots
Church Building Fund - Its object isto create by an annual offering from every congregation, asrecommended by the General Convention, and by individual gifts,a Fund of One Million Dollars, portions of the principal to beloaned, and of the interest given, to aid the building of churcheswherever needed
Distant - Saturn is supposed to be nearly nine hundred Million miles distant from the sun
Transubstantiation - According to such a transubstantiation, the same body is alive and dead at once, and may be in a Million of different places whole and entire at the same instant of time; accidents remain without a substance, and substance without accidents; and that a part of Christ's body is equal to the whole
Pool - These underground caverns are about thirty-five in number, and are capable of storing about ten Million gallons of water
Tabernacle - It is quite a few Million miles wide and high, and is not subject to the whims of men, nor the storms of life
Dead Sea - The Jordan River empties an average of six Million tons of water every twenty-four hours into the sea
Sina, Sinai - The Israelites were located in the wilderness of Sinai, which must have been a large place capable of holding two Million people
Canaan, Land of - 8 Million Jews in Israel [1], many are resorting thither, but, alas, in unbelief. 6 Million of which 0. 9 Million are in Israel itself
Pools of Solomon - It has been estimated that these pools cover in all a space of about 7 acres, and are capable of containing three Million gallons of water
Asa - On the country being invaded by the Ethiopians with a Million troops and 300 chariots, he cried to the Lord, who fought for him, and the enemy was smitten
City - Jerusalem is said by Josephus to have had 150,000 inhabitants, and to have contained, at the time of its siege by the Romans, more than a Million of persons crowded in its circuit of four miles of wall
ze'Rah - In the fourteenth year of Asa, Zerah the Ethiopian, with a mighty army of or Million, invaded his kingdom, and advanced unopposed in the field as far as the valley of Zephathah at Mareshah
Judah the Kingdom of - From Egypt came Shishak, who humbled Judah, 2 Chronicles 12:2-12; Zerah, whose Million of men were routed by king Asa, 2 Chronicles 14:9-12; and Josiah was slain at Megiddo
Ethiopia - Moses married an Ethiopian, Numbers 12:1; Ethiopians were in Shishak's army, 2 Chronicles 12:3; Zerah, an Ethiopian king, had an army of a Million soldiers, 2 Chronicles 14:9-12 : Job mentioned the precious stones of Ethiopia, Job 28:19; the Israelites were familiar with the merchandise of that country, Isaiah 45:14; and Isaiah foretold the subjugation of Ethiopia by the Assyrians
Quail - God caused a wind to arise that drove them within and about the camp of the Israelites; and it is in this that the miracle consists, that they were brought so seasonably to this place, and in so great number as to furnish food for above a Million of persons for more than a month
Population - If Josephus could muster 100,000 warriors from the province, some thirty years after the ministry of Jesus, and if the larger towns, like Scythopolis, included over 30,000 inhabitants, it is probable that the population of Galilee, during the first quarter of the first century, must have exceeded one Million, if not two Millions, since it included over 200 towns and villages within an area of about 100 square miles. ), it must have been capable of including, at the Passover season, more than three Millions of people. Over two and a half Million orthodox worshippers were reckoned at one census under Nero
Norway - 5 Million inhabitants are Catholic
Episcopacy - If we take the wholeChristian world of to-day, we find that the number of Christiansis in round numbers five hundred Millions. Of this number onlyone hundred Million are non-Episcopal, so that we may concludefrom the universal acceptance of Episcopacy before the Reformationand from the large preponderance of adherents to this form of Churchgovernment at this present time,—from these facts we may safelyconclude that Episcopacy is in accordance with the mind of theMaster
Quails - The supply was so great the second time, that they victualled a camp of more than a Million of persons for a whole month; so that they must have been like the shoals of pilchards on the western coast, every day covering the ground in multitudes
Dead Sea - The Jordan alone discharges into it no less than six Million tons of water every twenty-four hours
Galilee - It had over 200 towns and villages, and about three Million inhabitants in Josephus' time
Alexandria - According to his statements, also, there dwelt in his time, in Alexandria and the other Egyptian cities, not less than a Million Jews; but this would seem exaggerated
si'na-i, - By actual measurement it contains over 2,000,000 square yards, and with its branches over 4,000,000 square yards, so that the whole people of Israel, two Million in number, would find ample accommodations for seeing and hearing
I - After 50this letter has sometimes the liquid sound of y, as in Million, pronounced milyon
Church - ) Professing Christendom numbers now probably 80 Million of Greek churches, 90 Million of Teutonic or Protestant churches, and 170 Million of Roman Catholic churches
Chicago, Illinois - The delegates to the convention were welcomed by President Bonney of the World's Congress Auxiliary "on behalf of the World's Exposition and the fifty Million non-Catholics who loved justice and religious liberty
Manna - It gave supply to the whole camp Israel—six hundred thousand on foot that we men, besides children, and mixed multitude that went with Israel, came out of Egypt; therefore allowing for increase, we may safely put down near a Million of souls, who were daily fed from the supply of manna
Dispersion - 38 41) at a Million
Rest (And Forms) - He had been given the commission and the command to lead about three Million people away from their homes, their business, their comforts and conveniences into a desert
Asa - About this time, Zerah, king of Ethiopia, or rather of Cush, which is part of Arabia, marched against Asa with a Million of foot, and three hundred chariots of war, and advanced as far as Mareshah
Manna - It fell in so great quantities during the whole forty years of their journey, that it was sufficient to feed the whole multitude of above a Million of souls
Gilgal - For the males in Israel at the census in Moab shortly before were 601,730 upward of 20 years old, besides 23,000 Levites of a month old and upward; at the outside all the males would be less than one Million
Israel in Egypt - This has been calculated to signify a total of about two Million men, women, and children, without the descendants of Levi. Suppose the population doubled itself in fifteen years (as it has been known to do in some places), the number in two hundred and ten years would be over three Millions
Shushan - The kings left it for Ecbatana or Persepolis only in the height of summer, and for Babylon in the depth of winter; here Alexander found twelve Million and the regalia of the great king
Insects - ...
Insects comprise the largest number of species in the animal kingdom, numbering in the Millions. The average number of eggs laid by an insect is from 100 to 150, though the queen termite can lay sixty eggs per second until several Million are produced. Ants live in communities, sometimes as large as one-half Million individuals. Some gnats do not bite, but swarm in dense clouds numbering perhaps a Million
Catholic Emancipation - The Test and Corporation Acts were repealed in 1828 upon petition of the Catholics, and in the same year meetings were held in 1500 parishes throughout Ireland to appeal for emancipation, a Million and a half Catholic signatures being listed
Smyrna - Occupying one of the most beautiful and commanding positions in the eastern aegean coastland, at the head of a deep and sheltered gulf, it has had a very chequered but honourable history, and it is to-day by far the most prosperous city in Asia Minor having a quarter of a Million inhabitants
Emancipation, Catholic - The Test and Corporation Acts were repealed in 1828 upon petition of the Catholics, and in the same year meetings were held in 1500 parishes throughout Ireland to appeal for emancipation, a Million and a half Catholic signatures being listed
Roman Catholic Relief Bill - The Test and Corporation Acts were repealed in 1828 upon petition of the Catholics, and in the same year meetings were held in 1500 parishes throughout Ireland to appeal for emancipation, a Million and a half Catholic signatures being listed
Roman Empire - Gibbon guesses the population of the empire in the time of the emperor Claudius at 120 Million
Alexander - None, not even the Million composing the Persian hosts, could deliver the ram, Persia, out of his hand
Antioch - Its splendid buildings were reduced to hovels; and its population of half a Million, to ten thousand wretched beings, living in the usual debasement and insecurity of Turkish subjects
bi'Ble - The American Bible Society (founded in 1816) alone has published over 356 Million volumes of Scripture
Weights And Measures - ( a ) The Million or mile, ‘according to Eratosthenes and Strabo’ = 8 1 /3 stadia = 833 1 /3 fathoms. ...
( b ) The Million ‘according to the present use’ = 7 1 /2 stadia = 750 fathoms = 1500 paces = 3000 cubits. The present Million of 7 1 /2 stadia = 750 ‘geometric’ fathoms = 833 1 /3 ‘simple’ fathoms; for 9 geometric fathoms = 10 simple fathoms
Rivers And Waterways in the Bible - From the central highlands of East Africa, the Nile with a watershed of over one Million square miles is formed by the union of the White and Blue Niles and flows a distance of nearly 3,500 miles. It has been calculated that the Tigris alone removes as much as 3 Million tons of eroded highland materials in a single day
Tarsus - In Roman times the combined cities of Tarsus contained a large population, probably not much less than a Million
Tabernacle - ...
The gold and silver employed in decorating the tabernacle are estimated at not less than a Million of dollars
Alexandria - 1) of more than half a Million
Ephesus - Paul’s time was probably about a third of a Million, and in ancient times open spaces were frequent and ‘sky-scrapers’ unknown, the city must have been large, even according to our standards
the Widow With the Two Mites - What would she have thought if she had been told Who had watched her that day, and what He had said about her, and that we would be reading about her tonight in this far-off island of the sea? As also that her two mites would multiply, all down the ages, into Millions upon Millions of gold and silver, the same Eyes still watching the process all the time? And what will she think and what will she say when all that is told from the housetop on that day about her, and about her two mites, by the Judge of all? And still He sits over against the treasury in this temple tonight, and calls unto Him His disciples among us, and says to us, 'Verily I say unto you also. Two mites of mind and intention outweigh out of sight a Million of mere money in the balances of the sanctuary
Nineveh - 60 miles, at 20 miles per day) with 120,000 children "who knew not their right hand from their left" (Jonah 4:11), which would make a population in all of 600,000 or even one Million
Exodus, the - "No spot in the world combines in a greater degree commanding height and a plain from whence the two Million of Israel could see and hear all that is narrated
Numbers, the Book of - These considerations will account for the multiplication from 70, at Jacob's going to Egypt, to two Million
Resurrection - If this view be adopted, then, if the resort must at last be to the superintendence of a Being of infinite power and wisdom, there is no greater difficulty in supposing that his care to secure this object may extend to a Million as easily as to a hundred particles, of matter
Solomon - Though the sums left by David ( 1 Chronicles 22:14 ) are incredible (equal to a thousand Million pounds), Solomon’s own revenue (four Millions, 1 Kings 10:14 ) is possible for an exceptional year
Palestine - 5 Million tons of water enter the sea each day
Egypt - ...
We have seen that at one time Egypt was able to bring a Million soldiers into Palestine; and at another to attack Assyria
Ephraim (4) the Syrian - 16) says that he wrote three Million lines, but a large proportion has perished
Miracles - Publicly wrought; two nations, Israel and Egypt, were affected by them, and above two Million Israelites for 40 years witnessed them
Individualism - Individualism is as little satisfied as Socialism with twelve Millionaires dining at one end of London and finding the cultivated globe too small to please their palates, and at the other a Million and a half of their fellow-creatures not knowing whether they will have any dinner at all
Money - The one servant owed 100 denarii, the other 10,000 talents or sixty Million denarii
Persecution - The troopers, soldiers, and dragoons, went into the Protestants' houses, where they marred and defaced their household stuff; broke their looking- glasses and other utensils; threw about their corn and wine; sold what they could not destroy; and thus, in four or five days, the Protestants were stripped of above a Million of money. It has to answer, also, for the lives of Millions of Jews, Mahometans, and barbarians. ...
A worst slaughter, if possible, was made among the natives of Spanish America, where fifteen Millions are said to have been sacrificed to the genius of popery in about forty years. It has been computed that fifty Millions of Protestants have at different times been the victims of the persecutions of the Papists, and put to death for their religious opinions
Palestine - ...
The population, anciently from three to six Millions, is now under one Million
Methodists - Wesley's death, the societies in connection with him in Europe, America, and the West Indies, amounted to eighty thousand members; they are now [1] upward of three hundred thousand, beside about half a Million in the United States of America, who since the acquisition of independence by that country have formed a separate church
Jews - In about two hundred and fifteen years they increased in Egypt from seventeen to between two and three Millions, men, women, and children. At the passover, when there might be two or three Millions of people in the city, the Romans surrounded it with troops, trenches, and walls, that none might escape. ...
At Jerusalem alone, it is said, one Million one hundred thousand perished by sword, famine, and pestilence. Some have rated them at three Millions, and others more than double that number
Arabia - From these deserts Zerah drew his army of a Million of men; and the same deserts, fifteen hundred years after, poured forth the countless swarms, which, under Mohammed and his successors, devastated half of the then known world