What does Said mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
εἶπεν to speak 553
וַיֹּ֣אמֶר to say 412
וַיֹּ֤אמֶר to say 308
וַיֹּ֨אמֶר to say 257
וַיֹּ֥אמֶר to say 130
וַיֹּ֙אמֶר֙ to say 127
וַיֹּ֗אמֶר to say 116
וַיֹּ֕אמֶר to say 109
εἶπαν to speak 90
וַיֹּ֖אמֶר to say 83
וַיֹּ֧אמֶר to say 46
וַיֹּאמַ֑ר to say 46
וַיֹּאמֶר֩ to say 45
וַיֹּאמְר֣וּ to say 43
εἶπον to speak 43
אָמַ֣ר to say 39
וַיֹּ֣אמְר֔וּ to say 38
וַתֹּ֣אמֶר to say 33
וַיֹּֽאמְרוּ֙ to say 29
וַתֹּ֤אמֶר to say 26
וַתֹּ֙אמֶר֙ to say 26
וַיֹּאמַֽר to say 26
וַיֹּאמְר֖וּ to say 23
דִּבֶּ֥ר to speak 20
וַתֹּ֗אמֶר to say 20
εἰπὼν to speak 19
וַיֹּ֛אמֶר to say 19
אָמַ֔ר to say 18
וַיֹּאמְר֥וּ to say 18
וַיֹּ֣אמֶר ׀ to say 18
וַתֹּ֕אמֶר to say 17
וָאֹמַ֗ר to say 17
וַיֹּאמְר֤וּ to say 16
וַיֹּאמְר֗וּ to say 16
וַיֹּ֜אמֶר to say 15
וַיֹּ֔אמֶר to say 14
εἶπέν to speak 14
וַיֹּאמַ֔ר to say 14
וַיֹּאמֶר֮ to say 14
וָאֹמַ֖ר to say 13
וַיֹּאמְר֨וּ to say 13
וַיֹּ֡אמֶר to say 13
וַתֹּ֖אמֶר to say 13
ἔφη to make known one’s thoughts 12
וַיֹּאמַ֕ר to say 12
וַיֹּ֨אמְר֜וּ to say 11
וָאֹמַ֕ר to say 11
אָמַ֥ר to say 11
וַיֹּֽאמֶר־ to say 11
וַתֹּ֨אמֶר to say 10
אָמַ֤ר to say 10
וַיֹּ֣אמְרוּ to say 10
ἐρρέθη to utter 10
וַיֹּאמַר֒ to say 10
וָאֹמַ֣ר to say 9
וַ֠יֹּאמֶר to say 9
וַתֹּ֥אמֶר to say 9
εἰπών to speak 9
אָמַ֣רְתִּי to say 9
וָאֹמַ֞ר to say 8
דִּבֶּ֣ר to speak 8
אָמַ֗ר to say 8
וַיֹּאמְרוּ֩ to say 7
λέγει to say 7
אָמַר֙ to say 7
וַיֹּאמַ֗ר to say 7
וַיֹּאמְר֞וּ to say 7
אָמַ֔רְתִּי to say 7
אָ֭מַרְתִּי to say 7
אָמַ֙רְתִּי֙ to say 7
וַיֹּ֤אמְרוּ to say 6
אָמַ֗רְתִּי to say 6
אָֽמְרוּ֙ to say 6
ἔλεγεν to speak 6
וַיְדַבֵּ֣ר to speak 6
לֵאמֹ֑ר to say 5
וַתֹּ֧אמֶר to say 5
εἶπόν to speak 5
וָאֹמְרָ֣ה to say 5
אָמַ֔רְתָּ to say 5
אָמְר֔וּ to say 5
אָמַ֧ר to say 5
וַתֹּאמֶר֩ to say 5
דִּבַּֽרְתָּ to speak 5
אָמְר֖וּ to say 4
וְאָמַ֗ר (P’al) to say 4
אָֽמְר֔וּ to say 4
אָמַ֥רְתִּי to say 4
וַיְדַבֵּ֨ר to speak 4
אָמַ֛ר to say 4
לֵאמֹ֔ר to say 4
λέγουσιν to say 4
אָ֭מְרוּ to say 4
אָמְר֗וּ to say 4
יֵאָמֵ֥ר to say 3
וַתֹּ֜אמֶר to say 3
דִּבֶּר֙ to speak 3
אָמְר֣וּ to say 3
וַנֹּ֕אמֶר to say 3
εἰπόντα to speak 3
יֵאָמֵ֤ר to say 3
וַיֹּ֥אמְרוּ to say 3
אֲמַרְתֶּ֖ם to say 3
וַיֹּאמְרוּ֮ to say 3
εἰπόντες to speak 3
וְאָמַר֙ to say 3
אֹמְרִ֔ים to say 3
λελάληκα to utter a voice or emit a sound. / to speak. / to talk. / to utter 3
וְאָמַ֔ר to say 3
אָמַ֤רְתִּֽי to say 3
וְאָמַ֣ר (P’al) to say 3
דִּבֶּ֧ר to speak 3
אָמַ֨ר to say 3
εἴρηκεν to utter 3
εἰπόντος to speak 3
εἴπας to speak 3
אָמַ֖רְתִּי to say 2
וַתֹּאמַ֖רְנָה to say 2
לֵאמֹ֖ר to say 2
וָאֹמְרָ֗ה to say 2
יֹאמַ֗ר to say 2
וַנֹּ֗אמֶר to say 2
אָמַ֕רְתִּי to say 2
וַתֹּאמְר֗וּ to say 2
אָמְרִ֣ין (P’al) to say 2
דִּבֶּ֔ר to speak 2
וָאֹמַ֥ר to say 2
וַ֠תֹּאמֶר to say 2
אֲמַר־ (P’al) to say 2
אָ֘מַ֤ר to say 2
וַתֹּ֣אמְר֔וּ to say 2
אָמְר֥וּ to say 2
וָאֹמַ֤ר to say 2
אָֽמְרָ֗ה to say 2
יֵאָמֵ֣ר to say 2
וָאֹמַר֙ to say 2
אָֽמְרָ֔ה to say 2
אָמַ֜רְתִּי to say 2
אָמַ֙רְתָּ֙ to say 2
אָמָ֑ר to say 2
וָאֹ֣מְרָ֔ה to say 2
וָאֹ֤מַר to say 2
לֵאמֹר֙ to say 2
וַיֹּאמַ֓ר ׀ to say 2
וַיֹּאמְר֡וּ to say 2
וַתְּדַבֵּ֣ר to speak 2
וְאָ֣מְרִ֔ין (P’al) to say 2
וַיְדַבֵּ֤ר to speak 2
(וַיֹּ֥אמֶר) to say 2
וַיֹּאמְרוּ֙ to say 2
εἴρηκα to utter 2
πρὸς to the advantage of. / at 2
דִּבֶּ֨ר to speak 2
וַתֹּאמַ֔ר to say 2
λέγεσθαι to say 2
כִּדְבַ֥ר speech 2
וַתֹּאמְרִ֣י to say 2
ἐλαλήθη to utter a voice or emit a sound. / to speak. / to talk. / to utter 2
εἴρηκέν to utter 2
φησιν to make known one’s thoughts 2
וָ֭אֹמַר to say 2
εἰρημένον to utter 2
אָ֝מַ֗ר to say 2
εἰποῦσα to speak 2
εἶπας to speak 2
אָ֭מַר to say 2
εἶπα to speak 2
φησίν to make known one’s thoughts 2
וָֽאֹמַר֙ to say 2
אָמַ֤רְתָּ to say 2
דִּבֶּ֖ר to speak 2
וַיֹּ֧אמְרוּ to say 2
דִּבֶּר־ to speak 2
אָמַ֞ר to say 2
אָמְרָ֗ה to say 2
אָמְרָ֣ה to say 2
וַתֹּ֣אמְרוּ to say 2
לֵאמֹ֗ר to say 2
וַתֹּ֣אמֶר ׀ to say 2
וַיֹּ֥אמֶר ׀ to say 2
וַיְדַבֵּ֥ר to speak 2
וַנֹּ֙אמֶר֙ to say 2
וְאָמְר֖וּ to say 2
אָֽמַר־ to say 2
הָאֹמְרָ֣ה to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֖רְנָה־ to say 1
אָמַ֔רְנוּ to say 1
וָאֹמְרָ֤ה to say 1
אָמַ֖רְתָּ to say 1
תֹּאמַ֔ר to say 1
וַיֹּֽאמְר֨וּ to say 1
וָאוֹמַר֮ to say 1
וָאוֹמַ֣ר to say 1
וָאוֹמַ֤ר to say 1
אָֽמְר֨וּ ׀ to say 1
וָֽאֹמְרָ֡ה to say 1
יֵאָמַ֗ר to say 1
אָמַ֣רְתְּ to say 1
אֹמַ֗ר to say 1
וַתֹּ֣אמַר to say 1
וַ֠יֹּאמְרוּ to say 1
וַ֣יֹּאמְר֔וּ to say 1
הָ֭אֹ֣מְרִים to say 1
יֵֽאָמַ֔ר to say 1
וַֽיֹּאמְר֨וּ to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֤רְנָה to say 1
(וָאוֹמַ֕ר‪‬‪‬) to say 1
בְּאֹמְרִ֣ים to say 1
יֹאמְר֣וּ to say 1
יֹאמַ֑ר to say 1
וַיֹּאמַ֡ר to say 1
אָמַ֘ר to say 1
אָ֘מַ֤רְתִּי to say 1
(וָאֹמַ֣ר) to say 1
אָמַ֗רְתָּ to say 1
ἀσπασάμενος to draw to one’s self. 1
וְאָ֣מַר to say 1
וְכִֽי־ that 1
וַֽיְדַבְּר֔וּ to speak 1
בְּדַבְּר֖וֹ to speak 1
כִדְבָרֵ֑ךְ speech 1
דְּבָרְךָ֖ speech 1
דְּבַ֣ר speech 1
(כִּדְבָרְךָ֥) speech 1
כִדְבָרֶֽךָ speech 1
דְבָרִ֗י speech 1
וִיהִי־ to be 1
יְהוָ֣ה the proper name of the one true God. 1
וָיֵ֖שׁ being 1
כִּֽי־ that 1
הַכֹּ֥ל all 1
דִּבַּ֖רְתִּי to speak 1
לֹ֣א not 1
מִלֵּל֙ to speak 1
מַלִּ֑ל (Pael) to speak 1
נְאֻ֤ם (Qal) utterance 1
הָסִ֛ירוּ to turn aside 1
עָנָ֔הוּ to answer 1
עָשִׂ֖יתִי to do 1
אָק֨וּמָה to rise 1
רְאִיתֶֽם to see 1
רִאשׁ֥וֹן first 1
אֶ֝שְׁאָלְךָ֗ to ask 1
וְשֻׁ֡בָה to return 1
דִּבֵּר֒ to speak 1
דִּבֵּ֑ר to speak 1
(וָאֹמַ֡ר) to say 1
אֲמַר֒ (P’al) to say 1
וָֽאֹמַ֔ר to say 1
הָאֹֽמְרָה֙ to say 1
תֹאמַ֨ר to say 1
וַאֲמַרְתֶּ֖ם to say 1
אֲמַרְתֶּ֕ם to say 1
וְאָמְרִ֑ין (P’al) to say 1
וְאָמַ֑ר (P’al) to say 1
וְאָמְרִ֖ין (P’al) to say 1
וְאָמְרִין֙ (P’al) to say 1
אָֽמְרִ֔ין (P’al) to say 1
וְאָמְרִין֮ (P’al) to say 1
וְאָמְרִ֣ין (P’al) to say 1
וַאֲמַר־ (P’al) to say 1
דִּבַּ֧רְתָּ to speak 1
וַאֲנִ֖י I (first pers. 1
בַּקְּשׁ֣וּ to seek 1
דִבֶּ֥ר to speak 1
וַתְּדַבֵּ֙רְנָה֙ to speak 1
וַיֹּ֨אמְרוּ to say 1
וַיְדַבֵּר֮ to speak 1
וַיְדַבֵּ֞ר to speak 1
דִּבְּרָ֣ה to speak 1
וְדִבַּ֣רְתִּי to speak 1
כְּדַבֶּרְכֶֽם to speak 1
דִּבַּרְתֶּ֖ם to speak 1
וַיְדַבֵּ֖ר to speak 1
דִּבַּ֔רְתִּי to speak 1
וַיֹּאמֶר־ to say 1
אָמָֽר to say 1
וַיֹּ֥אמֶֽר ׀ to say 1
וַֽיֹּאמְרוּ֙ to say 1
προείρηκα to say beforehand 1
προειρήκαμεν to say beforehand 1
προείρηται to say beforehand 1
אֹכֵל֙ to eat 1
אָ֣מַר to say 1
לֵאמֹ֕ר to say 1
אָמְר֤וּ to say 1
וָאֹ֣מַר to say 1
אֹמֶ֙רֶת֙ to say 1
אֹמֶ֗רֶת to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֗ר to say 1
הָאֹמֵ֔ר to say 1
παῦλος Paul was the most famous of the apostles and wrote a good part of the NT 1
(וַיֹּאמְר֣וּ‪‬) to say 1
(אָמְר֣וּ‪‬) to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֑רְןָ to say 1
וְאָמְר֗וּ to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֥רְנָה to say 1
וַיֹּ֣אמֶר־ to say 1
וָאֹמַ֨ר to say 1
וַֽיֹּאמֶר־ to say 1
וַתֹּ֡אמֶר to say 1
אָ֤מַר to say 1
אָמַ֖ר to say 1
πέτρος one of the twelve disciples of Jesus. 1
λέγεται to say 1
וָאֹֽמְרָ֗ה to say 1
εἰρήκει to utter 1
αὐτόν himself 1
δὲ but 1
δέ but 1
εἷπε to speak 1
εἴπατε to speak 1
ἐλέγετε to speak 1
εἶπεν» to speak 1
ἔλεγον to speak 1
εἴπῃ to speak 1
[εἶπον to speak 1
εἰρήκασιν to utter 1
εἴρηται to utter 1
λέγουσα› to say 1
εἰρηκότος to utter 1
εἴρηκαν to utter 1
εἰρηκέναι to utter 1
ἐλάλησαν to utter a voice or emit a sound. / to speak. / to talk. / to utter 1
λελάληταί to utter a voice or emit a sound. / to speak. / to talk. / to utter 1
ἐλάλησέν to utter a voice or emit a sound. / to speak. / to talk. / to utter 1
λαλήσας to utter a voice or emit a sound. / to speak. / to talk. / to utter 1
{εἰπε to say 1
εἶπε to say 1
λέγων to say 1
εἴπεν to say 1
λέγεις to say 1
וָאֹֽמְרָ֛ה to say 1
וַתֹּאמְר֣וּ to say 1
יֹאמְר֞וּ to say 1
אָמְרוּ֩ to say 1
וַנֹּ֥אמֶר to say 1
אָמַ֛רְתִּי to say 1
וָאֹמַ֛ר to say 1
אֲמַרְתֶּ֗ם to say 1
וַתֹּ֨אמְר֥וּ to say 1
יֵֽאָמֵ֖ר to say 1
אֹמֵ֣ר to say 1
וְאָמַ֖ר to say 1
יֹאמַ֥ר to say 1
וַתֹּ֣אמְרִ֔י to say 1
אָמַרְתְּ֙ to say 1
וַתֹּאמְרִ֖י to say 1
וַ֤יֹּאמֶר to say 1
וְאָמַרְתִּ֣י to say 1
אָמַ֖רְתְּ to say 1
אֲמַרְתֶּ֑ם to say 1
וַ֭תֹּאמֶר to say 1
הָאֹמְרִ֣ים to say 1
וַיֹּ֤אמֶר ׀ to say 1
וַיֹּ֫אמַ֥ר to say 1
וַיֹאמַֽר‪‬ to say 1
(וַיֹּ֙אמֶר֙) to say 1
וַיֹּאמְר֧וּ to say 1
וַ֥יֹּאמֶר to say 1
אָמְרוּ֙ to say 1
וַיֹּאמְר֑וּ to say 1
וָאֹמַר֮ to say 1
אָמַ֣רְתִּֽי to say 1
ἀπησπασάμεθα to draw to one’s self. 1
בֶּאֱמֹ֨ר to say 1
לֵאמֹֽר to say 1
וָאֹמַר֒ to say 1
שֶׁיֹּאמַ֥ר to say 1
וְאָמַ֨רְתִּֽי to say 1
וְאָמַ֣רְתִּי to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֑ר to say 1
וַיֹּ֩אמְרוּ֩ to say 1
וַתֹּ֣אמֶר־ to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֤רְןָ to say 1
וַיֹּֽאמרוּ֙ to say 1
וַתֹּֽאמֶר־ to say 1
תֹּאמַ֥ר to say 1
וַתֹּאמַ֕רְןָ to say 1
אָמַ֜ר to say 1
אָמְר֨וּ to say 1
וָאֹ֥מַר to say 1
אָמְרֵ֨ךְ to say 1
אָ֨מְרָה to say 1
אָמַ֔רְתְּ to say 1
אֲ֠מָרְךָ to say 1
בֶּאֱמֹ֤ר to say 1
: יֵֽאָמַ֔ר to say 1
וַיֹּאמְר֣וּ ׀ to say 1
אָֽמְרָ֖ה to say 1
שָׁמַ֔עְתָּ to hear 1

Definitions Related to said

G2036


   1 to speak, say.
   

H559


   1 to say, speak, utter.
      1a (Qal) to say, to answer, to say in one’s heart, to think, to command, to promise, to intend.
      1b (Niphal) to be told, to be said, to be called.
      1c (Hithpael) to boast, to act proudly.
      1d (Hiphil) to avow, to avouch.
      

H1696


   1 to speak, declare, converse, command, promise, warn, threaten, sing.
      1a (Qal) to speak.
      1b (Niphal) to speak with one another, talk.
      1c (Piel).
         1c1 to speak.
         1c2 to promise.
      1d (Pual) to be spoken.
      1e (Hithpael) to speak.
      1f (Hiphil) to lead away, put to flight.
      

G5346


   1 to make known one’s thoughts, to declare.
   2 to say.
   

H560


   1 (P’al) to say, to speak, to command, to tell, to relate.
   

G2046


   1 to utter, speak, say.
   

G2980


   1 to utter a voice or emit a sound.
   2 to speak.
      2a to use the tongue or the faculty of speech.
      2b to utter articulate sounds.
   3 to talk.
   4 to utter, tell.
   5 to use words in order to declare one’s mind and disclose one’s thoughts.
      5a to speak.
      

G3004


   1 to say, to speak.
      1a affirm over, maintain.
      1b to teach.
      1c to exhort, advise, to command, direct.
      1d to point out with words, intend, mean, mean to say.
      1e to call by name, to call, name.
      1f to speak out, speak of, mention.
      

G4314


   1 to the advantage of.
   2 at, near, by.
   3 to, towards, with, with regard to.
   

G1161


   1 but, moreover, and, etc.
   Additional Information: Frequency count based on Scrivener’s 1894 Greek New Testament.
   J.
   B.
   Smith listed no count.
   

H1245


   1 to seek, require, desire, exact, request.
      1a (Piel).
         1a1 to seek to find.
         1a2 to seek to secure.
         1a3 to seek the face.
         1a4 to desire, demand.
         1a5 to require, exact.
         1a6 to ask, request.
      1b (Pual) to be sought.
      

H7725


   1 to return, turn back.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to turn back, return.
            1a1a to turn back.
            1a1b to return, come or go back.
            1a1c to return unto, go back, come back.
            1a1d of dying.
            1a1e of human relations (fig).
            1a1f of spiritual relations (fig).
               1a1f1 to turn back (from God), apostatise.
               1a1f2 to turn away (of God).
               1a1f3 to turn back (to God), repent.
               1a1f4 turn back (from evil).
            1a1g of inanimate things.
            1a1h in repetition.
      1b (Polel).
         1b1 to bring back.
         1b2 to restore, refresh, repair (fig).
         1b3 to lead away (enticingly).
         1b4 to show turning, apostatise.
      1c (Pual) restored (participle).
      1d (Hiphil) to cause to return, bring back.
         1d1 to bring back, allow to return, put back, draw back, give back, restore, relinquish, give in payment.
         1d2 to bring back, refresh, restore.
         1d3 to bring back, report to, answer.
         1d4 to bring back, make requital, pay (as recompense).
         1d5 to turn back or backward, repel, defeat, repulse, hinder, reject, refuse.
         1d6 to turn away (face), turn toward.
         1d7 to turn against.
         1d8 to bring back to mind.
         1d9 to show a turning away.
            1d10 to reverse, revoke.
      1e (Hophal) to be returned, be restored, be brought back.
      1f (Pulal) brought back.
      

H1697


   1 speech, word, speaking, thing.
      1a speech.
      1b saying, utterance.
      1c word, words.
      1d business, occupation, acts, matter, case, something, manner (by extension).
      

H3426


   1 being, existence, substance, there is or are.
      1a substance.
      1b existence.
      1c there is or are.
      

H6030


   1 to answer, respond, testify, speak, shout.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to answer, respond to.
         1a2 to testify, respond as a witness.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to make answer.
         1b2 to be answered, receive answer.
   2 (Qal) to sing, utter tunefully.
   3 (Qal) to dwell.
   

H7200


   1 to see, look at, inspect, perceive, consider.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to see.
         1a2 to see, perceive.
         1a3 to see, have vision.
         1a4 to look at, see, regard, look after, see after, learn about, observe, watch, look upon, look out, find out.
         1a5 to see, observe, consider, look at, give attention to, discern, distinguish.
         1a6 to look at, gaze at.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to appear, present oneself.
         1b2 to be seen.
         1b3 to be visible.
      1c (Pual) to be seen.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to cause to see, show.
         1d2 to cause to look intently at, behold, cause to gaze at.
      1e (Hophal). 1e1 to be caused to see, be shown. 1e2 to be exhibited to.
      1f (Hithpael) to look at each other, face.
      

H6965


   1 to rise, arise, stand, rise up, stand up.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to arise.
         1a2 to arise (hostile sense).
         1a3 to arise, become powerful.
         1a4 to arise, come on the scene.
         1a5 to stand.
            1a5a to maintain oneself.
            1a5b to be established, be confirmed.
            1a5c to stand, endure.
            1a5d to be fixed.
            1a5e to be valid.
            1a5f to be proven.
            1a5g to be fulfilled.
            1a5h to persist.
            1a5i to be set, be fixed.
      1b (Piel).
         1b1 to fulfil.
         1b2 to confirm, ratify, establish, impose.
      1c (Polel) to raise up.
      1d (Hithpael) to raise oneself, rise up.
      1e (Hiphil). 1e1 to cause to arise, raise. 1e2 to raise, set up, erect, build. 1e3 to raise up, bring on the scene. 1e4 to raise up, rouse, stir up, investigate. 1e5 to raise up, constitute. 1e6 to cause to stand, set, station, establish. 1e7 to make binding. 1e8 to carry out, give effect to.
      1f (Hophal) to be raised up.
      

H5002


   1 (Qal) utterance, declaration (of prophet).
      1a utterance, declaration, revelation (of prophet in ecstatic state).
      1b utterance, declaration (elsewhere always preceding divine name).
      

G782


   1 to draw to one’s self.
      1a to salute one, greet, bid welcome, wish well to.
      1b to receive joyfully, welcome.
      Additional Information: Used of those accosting anyone; of those who visit one to see him a little while, departing almost immediately afterwards; to pay respects to a distinguished person by visiting him; of those who greet one whom they meet in the way (even not in the East, Christians and Mohammedans do not greet one another); a salutation was made not merely by a slight gesture and a few words, but generally by embracing and kissing, a journey was retarded frequently by saluting.
      

H6213


   1 to do, fashion, accomplish, make.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to do, work, make, produce.
            1a1a to do.
            1a1b to work.
            1a1c to deal (with).
            1a1d to act, act with effect, effect.
         1a2 to make.
            1a2a to make.
            1a2b to produce.
            1a2c to prepare.
            1a2d to make (an offering).
            1a2e to attend to, put in order.
            1a2f to observe, celebrate.
            1a2g to acquire (property).
            1a2h to appoint, ordain, institute.
            1a2i to bring about.
            1a2j to use.
            1a2k to spend, pass.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to be done.
         1b2 to be made.
         1b3 to be produced.
         1b4 to be offered.
         1b5 to be observed.
         1b6 to be used.
      1c (Pual) to be made.
   2 (Piel) to press, squeeze.
   

G3972


   1 Paul was the most famous of the apostles and wrote a good part of the NT, the 14 Pauline epistles.
   2 Paulus was a deputy or pro-consul of Cyprus and is said to be a prudent man, in the management of affairs, as a governor.
   Additional Information: Paul or Paulus = “small or little”.
   

G4074


   1 one of the twelve disciples of Jesus.
   Additional Information: Peter = “a rock or a stone”.
   

G846


   1 himself, herself, themselves, itself.
   2 he, she, it.
   3 the same.
   Additional Information: Wigram’s frequency count is 4913 not 5117.
   

H4449


   1 (Pael) to speak, say.
   

H7223


   1 first, primary, former.
      1a former (of time).
         1a1 ancestors.
         1a2 former things.
      1b foremost (of location).
      1c first (in time).
      1d first, chief (in degree) adv.
   2 first, before, formerly, at first.
   

H3068


   1 the proper name of the one true God.
      1a unpronounced except with the vowel pointings of 0136.
      Additional Information: Jehovah = “the existing One”.
      

H8085


   1 to hear, listen to, obey.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to hear (perceive by ear).
         1a2 to hear of or concerning.
         1a3 to hear (have power to hear).
         1a4 to hear with attention or interest, listen to.
         1a5 to understand (language).
         1a6 to hear (of judicial cases).
         1a7 to listen, give heed.
            1a7a to consent, agree.
            1a7b to grant request.
         1a8 to listen to, yield to.
         1a9 to obey, be obedient.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to be heard (of voice or sound).
         1b2 to be heard of.
         1b3 to be regarded, be obeyed.
      1c (Piel) to cause to hear, call to hear, summon.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to cause to hear, tell, proclaim, utter a sound.
         1d2 to sound aloud (musical term).
         1d3 to make proclamation, summon.
         1d4 to cause to be heard.
   2 sound.
   

H4448


   1 to speak, utter, say.
      1a (Qal) to speak.
      1b (Piel) to say, utter.
      

H398


   1 to eat, devour, burn up, feed.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to eat (human subject).
         1a2 to eat, devour (of beasts and birds).
         1a3 to devour, consume (of fire).
         1a4 to devour, slay (of sword).
         1a5 to devour, consume, destroy (inanimate subjects—ie, pestilence, drought).
         1a6 to devour (of oppression).
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to be eaten (by men).
         1b2 to be devoured, consumed (of fire).
         1b3 to be wasted, destroyed (of flesh).
      1c (Pual).
         1c1 to cause to eat, feed with.
         1c2 to cause to devour.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to feed.
         1d2 to cause to eat.
      1e (Piel). 1e1 consume.
         

H7592


   1 to ask, enquire, borrow, beg.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to ask, ask for.
         1a2 to ask (as a favour), borrow.
         1a3 to enquire, enquire of.
         1a4 to enquire of, consult (of deity, oracle).
         1a5 to seek.
      1b (Niphal) to ask for oneself, ask leave of absence.
      1c (Piel).
         1c1 to enquire, enquire carefully.
         1c2 to beg, practise beggary.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to be given on request.
         1d2 to grant, make over to, let (one) ask (successfully) or give or lend on request (then) grant or make over to.
         

H5493


   1 to turn aside, depart.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to turn aside, turn in unto.
         1a2 to depart, depart from way, avoid.
         1a3 to be removed.
         1a4 to come to an end.
      1b (Polel) to turn aside.
      1c (Hiphil).
         1c1 to cause to turn aside, cause to depart, remove, take away, put away, depose.
         1c2 to put aside, leave undone, retract, reject, abolish.
      1d (Hophal) to be taken away, be removed.
      

Frequency of said (original languages)

Frequency of said (English)

Dictionary

Webster's Dictionary - said
(1):
(a.) Before-mentioned; already spoken of or specified; aforesaid; - used chiefly in legal style.
(2):
(imp. & p. p.) of Say
(3):
imp. & p. p. of Say.
King James Dictionary - said
SAID, pret. and pp. of say so written for sayed.
1. Declared uttered reported. 2. Aforesaid before mentioned.

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Atrip - ) Hoisted up and ready to be swayed across; - said of yards. ) Sheeted home, hoisted taut up and ready for trimming; - said of sails. ) Just hove clear of the ground; - said of the anchor
Retrousse - ) Turned up; - said of a pug nose. ) Turned up; - said of a pug nose
Cottised - ) Set between two cottises, - said of a bend; or between two barrulets, - said of a bar or fess
Rugged - ) Sour; surly; frowning; wrinkled; - said of looks, etc. ) Rough to the ear; harsh; grating; - said of sound, style, and the like. ) Violent; rude; boisterrous; - said of conduct, manners, etc. ) Vigorous; robust; hardy; - said of health, physique, etc. ) Harsh; hard; crabbed; austere; - said of temper, character, and the like, or of persons
Unsay - ) To recant or recall, as what has been said; to refract; to take back again; to make as if not said
Rude - ) Violent; tumultuous; boisterous; inclement; harsh; severe; - said of the weather, of storms, and the like; as, the rude winter. ) Not finished or complete; inelegant; lacking chasteness or elegance; not in good taste; unsatisfactory in mode of treatment; - said of literature, language, style, and the like. ) Barbarous; fierce; bloody; impetuous; - said of war, conflict, and the like; as, the rude shock of armies. ) Of untaught manners; unpolished; of low rank; uncivil; clownish; ignorant; raw; unskillful; - said of persons, or of conduct, skill, and the like. ) Unformed by taste or skill; not nicely finished; not smoothed or polished; - said especially of material things; as, rude workmanship
Polled - Specifically: (a) Lopped; - said of trees having their tops cut off. (b) Cropped; hence, bald; - said of a person. (c) Having cast the antlers; - said of a stag
Missal - (Latin: Missa, Mass) ...
Book containing prayers recited by the priest at the altar during Mass, and all texts officially said or sung in connection with Mass throughout the year. It contains what is commonly said at every Mass, and the Proper of each Mass; the Common of Saints; the prayers said on various occasions; prayers in preparation before and in thanksgiving after Mass; and various blessings
Lamellicorn - ) Having antennae terminating in a group of flat lamellae; - said of certain coleopterous insects. ) Terminating in a group of flat lamellae; - said of antennae
Quoth - ) said; spoke; uttered; - used only in the first and third persons in the past tenses, and always followed by its nominative, the word or words said being the object; as, quoth I
Flagitious - ) Guilty of enormous crimes; corrupt; profligate; - said of persons. ) Disgracefully or shamefully criminal; grossly wicked; scandalous; shameful; - said of acts, crimes, etc
Diadelphous - ) Of or pertaining to the class Diadelphia; having the stamens united into two bodies by their filaments (said of a plant or flower); grouped into two bundles or sets by coalescence of the filaments (said of stamens)
Overglaze - ) Applied over the glaze; - said of enamel paintings, which sometimes are seen to project from the surface of the ware. ) Suitable for applying upon the glaze; - said of vitrifiable colors used in ceramic decoration
Roggy - ) Weakened in a fight so as to stagger; - said of pugilists. ) Moving in a hobbling manner, owing to ten der feet; - said of a horse
Depressed - ) Having the vertical diameter shorter than the horizontal or transverse; - said of the bodies of animals, or of parts of the bodies. ) Lying flat; - said of a stem or leaf which lies close to the ground. ) Concave on the upper side; - said of a leaf whose disk is lower than the border
Eshbaal - " Instead of Mephi-baal, they said Mephi-bosheth; and, instead of Esh-baal, they said Ish-bosheth, 2 Samuel 2:8
Raptorial - ) Adapted for seizing prey; - said of the legs, claws, etc. ) Rapacious; living upon prey; - said especially of certain birds
Paronymous - ) Having the same derivation; allied radically; conjugate; - said of certain words, as man, mankind, manhood, etc. ) Having a similar sound, but different orthography and different meaning; - said of certain words, as al/ and awl; hair and hare, etc
Figuline - ) Made of clay, as by the potter; - said of vessels, ornamental figures, or the like; as, figuline ware. ) Suitable for the making of pottery; fictile; - said of clay
Equable - ) Uniform in action or intensity; not variable or changing; - said of the feelings or temper. ) Equal and uniform; continuing the same at different times; - said of motion, and the like; uniform in surface; smooth; as, an equable plain or globe
Say - said, contracted from sayed. To speak to utter in words as, he said nothing he said many things he says not a word. ...
A very general use of say is to introduce a relation, narration or recital, either of the speaker himself or of something said or done or to be done by another. Thus Adam said, this is bone of my bone Noah said, blessed be the Lord God of Shem. God said, let there be light. After all that can be said against a thing - ...
11. Then shall be said or sung as follows. To report as in the phrases, it is said, they say. " If this verb is properly intransitive in any case, it is in the phrase, "that is to say," but in such cases, the subsequent clause is the object of the verb, being that which is said, uttered or related. A speech something said
Multicuspid - ) Multicuspidate; - said of teeth
Coronated - ) Having the coronal feathers lengthened or otherwise distinguished; - said of birds. ) Girt about the spire with a row of tubercles or spines; - said of spiral shells
John Maguire - said for hunters in a hurry, was a kind of dry Mass (Missa sicca), a common form of devotion used for funerals or marriages in the afternoon, when a real Mass could not be said
Missa Venatoria - said for hunters in a hurry, was a kind of dry Mass (Missa sicca), a common form of devotion used for funerals or marriages in the afternoon, when a real Mass could not be said
Hunter's Mass - said for hunters in a hurry, was a kind of dry Mass (Missa sicca), a common form of devotion used for funerals or marriages in the afternoon, when a real Mass could not be said
Wany - ) Waning or diminished in some parts; not of uniform size throughout; - said especially of sawed boards or timber when tapering or uneven, from being cut too near the outside of the log. ) Spoiled by wet; - said of timber
Hastive - ) Forward; early; - said of fruits
Service: Christian to be Ever Ready For - Brutus visiting Ligarius found him ill, and said, 'What, sick, Ligarius?' 'No, Brutus,' said he, 'if thou hast any noble enterprise in hand, I am well
Anthophagous - ) Eating flowers; - said of certain insects
Arboricole - ) Tree-inhabiting; - said of certain birds
Quadripennate - ) Having four wings; - said of insects
Enneaspermous - ) Having nine seeds; - said of fruits
Ligniperdous - ) Wood-destroying; - said of certain insects
Cold-Blooded - ) Not thoroughbred; - said of animals, as horses, which are derived from the common stock of a country. ) Having cold blood; - said of fish or animals whose blood is but little warmer than the water or air about them
Catadromous - ) Having the lowest inferior segment of a pinna nearer the rachis than the lowest superior one; - said of a mode of branching in ferns, and opposed to anadromous. ) Living in fresh water, and going to the sea to spawn; - opposed to anadromous, and said of the eel
Rejuvenated - ) Stimulated by uplift to renewed erosive activity; - said of streams. ) Developed with steep slopes inside a district previously worn down nearly to base level; - said of topography, or features of topography, as valleys, hills, etc
Eavesdrop - ) To stand under the eaves, near a window or at the door, of a house, to listen and learn what is said within doors; hence, to listen secretly to what is said in private
Sane - ) Being in a healthy condition; not deranged; acting rationally; - said of the mind. ) Mentally sound; possessing a rational mind; having the mental faculties in such condition as to be able to anticipate and judge of the effect of one's actions in an ordinary maner; - said of persons
Micaiah - Then Micaiah was sent for, though Ahab said that he hated him, for he always prophesied evil unto him. At first Micaiah said, "Go ye up, and prosper, and they shall be delivered into your hand. " The way in which this was said apparently convinced Ahab that it was spoken in irony, for he said, "How many times shall I adjure thee that thou say nothing but the truth to me in the name of the Lord?" Micaiah at once said that he saw all Israel scattered, having no shepherd. Jehovah said they had no master. Zedekiah, one of Ahab's prophets, struck Micaiah on the cheek, and said, "Which way went the Spirit of the Lord from me to speak unto thee?" Micaiah replied, "Behold, thou shalt see on that day when thou shalt go into an inner chamber to hide thyself
Barry - ) Divided into bars; - said of the field
Corrugent - ) Drawing together; contracting; - said of the corrugator
Semilogical - ) Half logical; partly logical; said of fallacies
Trigastric - ) Having three bellies; - said of a muscle
Mammaliferous - ) Containing mammalian remains; - said of certain strata
Monothalmic - ) Formed from one pistil; - said of fruits
Misstayed - ) Having missed stays; - said of a ship
Calf - Golden calf, which it is said Aaron made, Exodus 32:1-4, It is remarkable, that though it is expressly said, that this was but one idol, yet the children of Israel addressed it as in the plural, and said, "These are thy gods, O Israel!" Did the Israelites, in direct defiance of the divine law, make this idol to resemble, according to their gross conceptions, the true God? Wherefore, do they otherwise call it gods? Certainly, there is somewhat mysterious in it
Camoys - ) Flat; depressed; crooked; - said only of the nose
Repand - ) Having a slightly undulating margin; - said of leaves
Anaseismic - ) Moving up and down; - said of earthquake shocks
Counterpassant - ) Passant in opposite directions; - said of two animals
Fungivorous - ) Eating fungi; - said of certain insects and snails
Bell-Faced - ) Having the striking surface convex; - said of hammers
Baccate - ) Pulpy throughout, like a berry; - said of fruits
Aesthesodic - ) Conveying sensory or afferent impulses; - said of nerves
Exaltate - ) Exercising its highest influence; - said of a planet
Exarticulate - ) Having but one joint; - said of certain insects
Dipterygian - ) Having two dorsal fins; - said of certain fishes
Achlamydate - ) Not possessing a mantle; - said of certain gastropods
Plateresque - ) Resembling silver plate; - said of certain architectural ornaments
Endecaphyllous - ) Composed of eleven leaflets; - said of a leaf
Edgeshot - ) Having an edge planed, - said of a board
Amphicoelous - ) Having both ends concave; biconcave; - said of vertebrae
Sigillated - ) Decorated by means of stamps; - said of pottery
Prick-Eared - ) Having erect, pointed ears; - said of certain dogs
Therf - ) Not fermented; unleavened; - said of bread, loaves, etc
Thelytokous - ) Producing females only; - said of certain female insects
Frowey - ) Working smoothly, or without splitting; - said of timber
Lithogenous - ) Stone-producing; - said of polyps which form coral
Limbous - ) With slightly overlapping borders; - said of a suture
Factious - ) Given to faction; addicted to form parties and raise dissensions, in opposition to government or the common good; turbulent; seditious; prone to clamor against public measures or men; - said of persons. ) Pertaining to faction; proceeding from faction; indicating, or characterized by, faction; - said of acts or expressions; as, factious quarrels
Long-Waisted - ) Long from the part about the neck or shoulder, or from the armpits, to the bottom of the weist, or to the skirt; - said of garments; as, a long-waisted coat. ) Having a long waist; long from the armpits to the armpits to the bottom of the waist; - said of persons
Delicate - ) Refined; gentle; scrupulous not to trespass or offend; considerate; - said of manners, conduct, or feelings; as, delicate behavior; delicate attentions; delicate thoughtfulness. ) Tender; not able to endure hardship; feeble; frail; effeminate; - said of constitution, health, etc. ) Light, or softly tinted; - said of a color; as, a delicate blue. ) Soft and fair; - said of the skin or a surface; as, a delicate cheek; a delicate complexion. ) Slight or smooth; light and yielding; - said of texture; as, delicate lace or silk. ) Fine or slender; minute; not coarse; - said of a thread, or the like; as, delicate cotton
Apogeotropic - ) Bending away from the ground; - said of leaves, etc
Apheliotropic - ) Turning away from the sun; - said of leaves, etc
Epanthous - ) Growing upon flowers; - said of certain species of fungi
Diatomous - ) Having a single, distinct, diagonal cleavage; - said of crystals
Astarboard - ) Over to the starboard side; - said of the tiller
Panidiomorphic - ) Having a completely idiomorphic structure; - said of certain rocks
Finchbacked - ) Streaked or spotted on the back; - said of cattle
Perichaetous - ) Surrounded by setae; - said of certain earthworms (genus Perichaetus)
Holmium - ) A rare element said to be contained in gadolinite
Enepidermic - ) Applied to the skin without friction; - said of medicines
Flanched - ) Having flanches; - said of an escutcheon with those bearings
Ecostate - ) Having no ribs or nerves; - said of a leaf
Rectinerved - ) Having the veins or nerves straight; - said of leaves
Amphiblastic - ) Segmenting unequally; - said of telolecithal ova with complete segmentation
Embonpoint - ) Plumpness of person; - said especially of persons somewhat corpulent
Hexavalent - ) Having a valence of six; - said of hexads
Ophiophagous - ) Feeding on serpents; - said of certain birds and reptiles
Pink-Sterned - ) Having a very narrow stern; - said of a vessel
Holostomatous - ) Having an entire aperture; - said of many univalve shells
Unicornous - ) Having but a single horn; - said of certain insects
Tubulidentate - ) Having teeth traversed by canals; - said of certain edentates
Whally - ) Having the iris of light color; - said of horses
Orthotropic - ) Having the longer axis vertical; - said of erect stems
Teatish - ) Peevish; tettish; fretful; - said of a child
Uppricked - ) Upraised; erect; - said of the ears of an animal
Retractation - ) The act of retracting what has been said; recantation
Three-Quarter - ) Measuring thirty inches by twenty-five; - said of portraitures
Monocephalous - ) Having a solitary head; - said of unbranched composite plants
Homodromous - ) Running in the same direction; - said of stems twining round a support, or of the spiral succession of leaves on stems and their branches. ) Moving in the same direction; - said of a lever or pulley in which the resistance and the actuating force are both on the same side of the fulcrum or axis
Hidebound - ) Having the skin adhering so closely to the ribs and back as not to be easily loosened or raised; - said of an animal. ) Having the bark so close and constricting that it impedes the growth; - said of trees
Orthodoxy - ) Consonance to genuine Scriptural doctrines; - said of moral doctrines and beliefs; as, the orthodoxy of a creed. ) By extension, said of any correct doctrine or belief
Christ: the Preacher's Great Theme - The best sermon is that which is fullest of Christ, A Welsh minister, when preaching at the chapel of my dear brother Jonathan George, was saying that Christ was the sum and substance of the gospel, and he broke out into the following story:–A young man had been preaching in the presence of a venerable divine, and after he had done, he foolishly went to the old minister and enquired, 'What do you think of my sermon, sir?' 'A very poor sermon indeed,' said he. 'A poor sermon!' said the young man, 'it took me a long time to study it. ' 'Why, then, do you say it was poor; did you not think my explanation of the text to be accurate?' 'Oh, yes,' said the old preacher, 'very correct indeed. ' 'Will you tell me why you think it a poor sermon?' 'Because,' said he,' there was no Christ in it. ' 'Well,' said the young man, 'Christ was not in the text; we are not to be preaching Christ always, we must preach what is in the text. ' So the old man said, 'Don't you know, young man, that from every town, and every village, and every little hamlet in England, wherever it may be, there is a road to London?' 'Yes,' said the young man. 'Ah!' said the old divine, 'and so from every text in Scripture there is a road to the metropolis of the Scriptures, that is Christ. And,' said he, 'I have never yet found a text that had not a plain and direct road to Christ in it; and if ever I should find one that has no such road, I will make a road, I would go over hedge and ditch but I would get at my Master, for a sermon is neither fit for the land nor yet for the dunghill, unless there is a savor of Christ in it
Deoperculate - ) Having the lid removed; - said of the capsules of mosses
Basal-Nerved - ) Having the nerves radiating from the base; - said of leaves
Barruly - ) Traversed by barrulets or small bars; - said of the field
Closereefed - ) Having all the reefs taken in; - said of a sail
Curvative - ) Having the margins only a little curved; - said of leaves
Biocellate - ) Having two ocelli (eyelike spots); - said of a wing, etc
Tzitzit; tallit - (b) The fringes of said garment
Phaneroglossal - ) Having a conspicious tongue; - said of certain reptiles and insects
Daedalous - ) Having a variously cut or incised margin; - said of leaves
Exalbuminous - ) Having no albumen about the embryo; - said of certain seeds
Respectant - ) Placed so as to face one another; - said of animals
Free-Swimming - ) Swimming in the open sea; - said of certain marine animals
Exscutellate - ) Without, or apparently without, a scutellum; - said of certain insects
Parentation - ) Something done or said in honor of the dead; obsequies
Encephalous - ) Having a head; - said of most Mollusca; - opposed to acephalous
Shallow-Bodied - ) Having a moderate depth of hold; - said of a vessel
Erucifrom - ) Having the form of a caterpillar; - said of insect larvae
Enhydrous - ) Having water within; containing fluid drops; - said of certain crystals
Farfow - ) To bring forth (young); - said only of swine
Furthermore - Moreover besides in addition to what has been said
Xylotomous - ) Capable of boring or cutting wood; - said of many insects
Verdoy - ; - said of a border
Tulip-Eared - ) Having erect, pointed ears; prick-eared; - said of certain dogs
Proteranthous - ) Having flowers appearing before the leaves; - said of certain plants
Untressed - ) Not tied up in tresses; unarranged; - said of the hair
Marginicidal - ) Dehiscent by the separation of united carpels; - said of fruits
Latisternal - ) Having a broad breastbone, or sternum; - said of anthropoid apes
Rosulate - ) Arranged in little roselike clusters; - said of leaves and bracts
Larviparous - ) Depositing living larvae, instead of eggs; - said of certain insects
Undermasted - ) Having masts smaller than the usual dimension; - said of vessels
Undersparred - ) Having spars smaller than the usual dimension; - said of vessels
Rough-Legged - ) Having the legs covered with feathers; - said of a bird
Lindiform - ) Resembling the genus Lindia; - said of certain apodous insect larvae
Pentavalent - ) Having a valence of five; - said of certain atoms and radicals
Phanerogamous - ) Having visible flowers containing distinct stamens and pistils; - said of plants
Connutritious - ) Nutritious by force of habit; - said of certain kinds of food
Urtical - ) Resembling nettles; - said of several natural orders allied to urticaceous plants
Celebrant - The priest who celebrates Mass; a bishop celebrating is said to pontificate
Crateriform - ) Having the form of a shallow bowl; - said of a corolla
Furthermore - Moreover; besides; in addition to what has been said
Apheliotropism - ) The habit of bending from the sunlight; - said of certain plants
Cavort - ) To prance ostentatiously; - said of a horse or his rider
Bawdy - ) Dirty; foul; - said of clothes
Asternal - ) Not sternal; - said of ribs which do not join the sternum
Oxidulated - ) Existing in the state of a protoxide; - said of an oxide
Hippophagous - ) Feeding on horseflesh; - said of certain nomadic tribes, as the Tartars
Probe-Pointed - ) Having a blunt or button-shaped extremity; - said of cutting instruments
Fracted - ) Having a part displaced, as if broken; - said of an ordinary
Peripteral - ) Having columns on all sides; - said of an edifice
Enarched - ) Bent into a curve; - said of a bend or other ordinary
Cirrous - ) Tufted; - said of certain feathers of birds
Zootic - ) Containing the remains of organized bodies; - said of rock or soil
Trachelobranchiate - ) Having the gills situated upon the neck; - said of certain mollusks
Deiparous - ) Bearing or bringing forth a god; - said of the Virgin Mary
Lace - ) Coated with icing; iced; glazed; - said of fruits, sweetmeats, cake, etc
Multisect - ) Divided into many similar segments; - said of an insect or myriapod
Aforesaid - ) said before, or in a preceding part; already described or identified
Lace - ) Coated with icing; iced; glazed; - said of fruits, sweetmeats, cake, etc
Low-Necked - ) Cut low in the neck; decollete; - said of a woman's dress
Labiose - ) Having the appearance of being labiate; - said of certain polypetalous corollas
Steadfastness - Paul said Jesus was a person of steadfastness (Romans 15:3-4 ). James said that trials that test our faith produce steadfastness (2 Thessalonians 1:3 KJV “patience”; NAS “endurance”; NIV “perseverance”)
Promt - ) Ready and quick to act as occasion demands; meeting requirements readily; not slow, dilatory, or hesitating in decision or action; responding on the instant; immediate; as, prompt in obedience or compliance; - said of persons. ) Done or rendered quickly, readily, or immediately; given without delay or hesitation; - said of conduct; as, prompt assistance
Tremble - ) To shake involuntarily, as with fear, cold, or weakness; to quake; to quiver; to shiver; to shudder; - said of a person or an animal. ) To totter; to shake; - said of a thing
Hail to the Queen Who Reigns Above - It is also recited as part of the prayers said after every Low Mass. Besides the prose version said after Mass, there are 15 metrical translations; the English title given is from the Primer of 1685
Heterodox - ) Contrary to, or differing from, some acknowledged standard, as the Bible, the creed of a church, the decree of a council, and the like; not orthodox; heretical; - said of opinions, doctrines, books, etc. ) Holding heterodox opinions, or doctrines not orthodox; heretical; - said of persons
Salve Regina, Mater Misericordire - It is also recited as part of the prayers said after every Low Mass. Besides the prose version said after Mass, there are 15 metrical translations; the English title given is from the Primer of 1685
Claggy - ) Adhesive; - said of a roof in a mine to which coal clings
Terebrant - ) Boring, or adapted for boring; - said of certain Hymenoptera, as the sawflies
Cucurbitive - ) Having the shape of a gourd seed; - said of certain small worms
Arseniureted - ) Combined with arsenic; - said some elementary substances or radicals; as, arseniureted hydrogen
Sexradiate - ) Having six rays; - said of certain sponge spicules
Extra-Ocular - ) Inserted exterior to the eyes; - said of the antennae of certain insects
Anisometric - ) Not isometric; having unsymmetrical parts; - said of crystals with three unequal axes
Aport - ) On or towards the port or left side; - said of the helm
Double-Hung - ) Having both sashes hung with weights and cords; - said of a window
Druxy - ) Having decayed spots or streaks of a whitish color; - said of timber
Polymeniscous - ) Having numerous facets; - said of the compound eyes of insects and crustaceans
Recursant - ) Displayed with the back toward the spectator; - said especially of an eagle
Flabellinerved - ) Having many nerves diverging radiately from the base; - said of a leaf
Hemimorphic - ) Having the two ends modified with unlike planes; - said of a crystal
Epozoic - ) Living upon the exterior of another animal; ectozoic; - said of external parasites
Ebracteolate - ) Without bracteoles, or little bracts; - said of a pedicel or flower stalk
Hetercephalous - ) Bearing two kinds of heads or capitula; - said of certain composite plants
Secrete-Metory - ) Causing secretion; - said of nerves which go to glands and influence secretion
Pin-Tailed - ) Having a tapered tail, with the middle feathers longest; - said of birds
Pinnulate - ) Having each pinna subdivided; - said of a leaf, or of its pinnae
Opisthopulmonate - ) Having the pulmonary sac situated posteriorly; - said of certain air-breathing Mollusca
Pommette - ) Having two balls or protuberances at each end; - said of a cross
Ymnopaedic - ) Having young that are naked when hatched; psilopaedic; - said of certain birds
Unicameral - ) Having, or consisting of, a single chamber; - said of a legislative assembly
Thermosystaltic - ) Influenced in its contraction by heat or cold; - said of a muscle
Ably - ) In an able manner; with great ability; as, ably done, planned, said
Melicerous - ) Consisting of or containing matter like honey; - said of certain encysted tumors
Oligomyold - ) Having few or imperfect syringeal muscles; - said of some passerine birds (Oligomyodi)
Moreover - ) Beyond what has been said; further; besides; in addition; furthermore; also; likewise
Leptorhine - ) Having the nose narrow; - said esp
Categorematic - ) Capable of being employed by itself as a term; - said of a word
Chisley - ) Having a large admixture of small pebbles or gravel; - said of a soil
Psilopaedic - ) Having down upon the pterylae only; - said of the young of certain birds
Camberkeeled - ) Having the keel arched upwards, but not actually hogged; - said of a ship
Counter-Salient - ) Leaping from each other; - said of two figures on a coast of arms
Benting Time - The season when pigeons are said to feed on bents, before peas are ripe
Epibolic - ) Growing or covering over; - said of a kind of invagination
Polycarpellary - ) Composed of several or numerous carpels; - said of such fruits as the orange
Pseudo-Metallic - ) Falsely or imperfectly metallic; - said of a kind of luster, as in minerals
Exarillate - ) Having no aril; - said of certain seeds, or of the plants producing them
Enneagynous - ) Having or producing nine pistils or styles; - said of a flower or plant
Exannulate - ) Having the sporangium destitute of a ring; - said of certain genera of ferns
Counter-Courant - ) Running in opposite directions; - said of animals borne in a coast of arms
Poachy - ) Wet and soft; easily penetrated by the feet of cattle; - said of land...
Erumpent - ) Breaking out; - said of certain fungi which burst through the texture of leaves
Holometabolic - ) Having a complete metamorphosis;-said of certain insects, as the butterflies and bees
Dog-Headed - ) Having a head shaped like that of a dog; - said of certain baboons
Homostyled - ) Having only one form of pistils; - said of the flowers of some plants
Distyle - ) Having two columns in front; - said of a temple, portico, or the like
Ibbose - ) Humped; protuberant; - said of a surface which presents one or more large elevations
Setiparous - ) Producing setae; - said of the organs from which the setae of annelids arise
Engine-Sized - ) Sized by a machine, and not while in the pulp; - said of paper
Flighted - ) Feathered; - said of arrows
Fructed - ) Bearing fruit; - said of a tree or plant so represented upon an escutcheon
Urogastric - ) Behind the stomach; - said of two lobes of the carapace of certain crustaceans
Tetraxile - ) Having four branches diverging at right angles; - said of certain spicules of sponges
Reptant - ) Creeping; crawling; - said of reptiles, worms, etc
Lightstruck - ) Damaged by accidental exposure to light; light-fogged; - said of plates or films
Loculicidal - ) Dehiscent through the middle of the back of each cell; - said of capsules
Lampic - ) Pertaining to, or produced by, a lamp; - formerly said of a supposed acid
Ignorance: Possible in Most Constant Hearers - 'Thomas, where do you think your soul will go?' ...
'Soul! soul!' said Thomas. ...
'Yes, sir,' said Mr. Wesley, 'do you not know what your soul is?' ...
'Ay, surely,' said Thomas; 'why, it is a little bone in the back that lives longer than the body
Fixation - ) The act of uniting chemically with a solid substance or in a solid form; reduction to a non-volatile condition; - said of gaseous elements. ) A state of resistance to evaporation or volatilization by heat; - said of metals
Right-Handed - ) Having the same direction or course as the movement of the hands of a watch seen in front; - said of the motion of a revolving object looked at from a given direction. ) Having the whorls rising from left to right; dextral; - said of spiral shells
Acolouthia - (Greek: sequence) ...
The arrangement of the Divine Office in the Greek Church, beginning with Little Vespers before sunset and Greater Vespers after it; the Orthros (Greed: dawn), in two parts, corresponding to Matins and Lauds of the Roman Rite, is said at midnight; little Hours are said during the day and the Office closes with the Apodeipnon (Greek: after-supper service) as the Roman does with Complin
Megascopical - ) Enlarged or magnified; - said of images or of photographic pictures, etc. ) Large enough to be seen; - said of the larger structural features and components of rocks which do not require the use of the microscope to be perceived
Resign - ) To sign back; to return by a formal act; to yield to another; to surrender; - said especially of office or emolument. Hence, to give up; to yield; to submit; - said of the wishes or will, or of something valued; - also often used reflexively
Extrabranchial - ) Outside of the branchial arches; - said of the cartilages thus placed in some fishes
Bendy - ) Divided into an even number of bends; - said of a shield or its charge
Sanguivorous - ) Subsisting upon blood; - said of certain blood-sucking bats and other animals
Aweigh - ) Just drawn out of the ground, and hanging perpendicularly; atrip; - said of the anchor
Amp - ) A large umbrella; - said to allude to Mrs
Hautein - ) High; - said of the voice or flight of birds
Pistillate - ) Having a pistil or pistils; - usually said of flowers having pistils but no stamens
Rhizocarpous - ) Having perennial rootstocks or bulbs, but annual flowering stems; - said of all perennial herbs
Quarterhung - ) Having trunnions the axes of which lie below the bore; - said of a cannon
Rhodammonium - ) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, rhodium and ammonia; - said of certain complex compounds
Paedogenetic - ) Producing young while in the immature or larval state; - said of certain insects, etc
Cirriform - ) Formed like a cirrus or tendril; - said of appendages of both animals and plants
Heptavalent - ) Having seven units of attractive force or affinity; - said of heptad elements or radicals
Heterogangliate - ) Having the ganglia of the nervous system unsymmetrically arranged; - said of certain invertebrate animals
Croissante - ) Terminated with crescent; - said of a cross the ends of which are so terminated
Barded - ) Accoutered with defensive armor; - said of a horse
Orthoclastic - ) Breaking in directions at right angles to each other; - said of the monoclinic feldspars
Pomme - ) Having the ends terminating in rounded protuberances or single balls; - said of a cross
Ramed - ) Having the frames, stem, and sternpost adjusted; - said of a ship on the stocks
Waahoo - ) The burning bush; - said to be called after a quack medicine made from it
Lionced - ) Adorned with lions' heads; having arms terminating in lions' heads; - said of a cross
Lapstrake - ) Made with boards whose edges lap one over another; clinker-built; - said of boats
Deletitious - ) Of such a nature that anything may be erased from it; - said of paper
Measly - ) Containing larval tapeworms; - said of pork and beef
Man: Natural State of - Cadogan's inattention to his performances, said to him one day, 'Come, I am determined to make you feel the power of music, pay particular attention to this piece. ...
'Well, what do you say now?' ...
'Just what I said before. Cadogan, 'since I too have had my surprise; I have from the pulpit set before you the most striking and affecting truths; I have found notes that might have awaked the dead; I have said, Surely he will feel now; but you never seemed charmed with my music, though infinitely more interesting than yours. I too might have said: Where are his ears?'...
Man, until sovereign grace opens his ears, is deaf to the heavenly harmonies of the love of God in Christ Jesus, although these are the ravishment of angels and the wonder of eternity
Cramponee - ) Having a cramp or square piece at the end; - said of a cross so furnished
Deuterogenic - ) Of secondary origin; - said of certain rocks whose material has been derived from older rocks
Cricoid - ) Resembling a ring; - said esp
Robertsman - ) A bold, stout robber, or night thief; - said to be so called from Robin Hood
Bisulcate - ) Cloven; said of a foot or hoof
Cancelier - ) To turn in flight; - said of a hawk
Holocrystalline - ) Completely crystalline; - said of a rock like granite, all the constituents of which are crystalline
Serpiginous - ) Creeping; - said of lesions which heal over one portion while continuing to advance at another
Bicuspidate - ) Having two points or prominences; ending in two points; - said of teeth, leaves, fruit, etc
Combattant - ) In the position of fighting; - said of two lions set face to face, each rampant
Aneroid - ) Containing no liquid; - said of a kind of barometer
Philippium - ) A rare and doubtful metallic element said to have been discovered in the mineral samarskite
Fleury - ) Finished at the ends with fleurs-de-lis; - said esp
Homogamous - ) Having all the flowers alike; - said of such composite plants as Eupatorium, and the thistels
Hemimellitic - ) Having half as many (three) carboxyl radicals as mellitic acid; - said of an organic acid
Elohistic - ) Relating to Elohim as a name of God; - said of passages in the Old Testament
Tripartient - ) Dividing into three parts; - said of a number which exactly divides another into three parts
Semicrystalline - ) Half crystalline; - said of certain cruptive rocks composed partly of crystalline, partly of amorphous matter
Ruiniform - ) Having the appearance of ruins, or of the ruins of houses; - said of certain minerals
Homacanth - ) Having the dorsal fin spines symmetrical, and in the same line; - said of certain fishes
Hammer-Dressed - ) Having the surface roughly shaped or faced with the stonecutter's hammer; - said of building stone
Pedate - ) Palmate, with the lateral lobes cleft into two or more segments; - said of a leaf
Ichthyoidal - ) Somewhat like a fish; having some of the characteristics of fishes; - said of some amphibians
Yarage - ) The power of moving, or being managed, at sea; - said with reference to a ship
Mummiform - ) Having some resemblance to a mummy; - in zoology, said of the pupae of certain insects
Half-Timbered - ) Constructed of a timber frame, having the spaces filled in with masonry; - said of buildings
Lactucic - ) Pertaining to, or derived from, the juice of the Lactuca virosa; - said of certain acids
Cumulative - ) Given by same testator to the same legatee; - said of a legacy. ) Tending to prove the same point to which other evidence has been offered; - said of evidence
Mass, Conventual - The Mass which is said publicly every day in churches in which the Divine Office is said daily, i
Legion - The Lord said that His Father on His request would send Him more than twelve legions of angels. The demons who possessed the man among the Gadarenes said, "My name is Legion; for we are many
Crackled - ) Covered with minute cracks in the glaze; - said of some kinds of porcelain and fine earthenware
Hercogamous - ) Not capable of self-fertilization; - said of hermaphrodite flowers in which some structural obstacle forbids autogamy
Convolute - ) Rolled or wound together, one part upon another; - said of the leaves of plants in aestivation
Circumesophagal - said of the nerve commissures and ganglia of arthropods and mollusks
Alicant - ) A kind of wine, formerly much esteemed; - said to have been made near Alicant, in Spain
Birthroot - ) An herbaceous plant (Trillium erectum), and its astringent rootstock, which is said to have medicinal properties
Two-Speed - ) Adapted for producing or for receiving either of two speeds; - said of a power-transmitting device
Adelphous - ) Having coalescent or clustered filaments; - said of stamens; as, adelphous stamens
Panoistic - ) Producing ova only; - said of the ovaries of certain insects which do not produce vitelligenous cells
Rigadoon - ) A gay, lively dance for one couple, - said to have been borrowed from Provence in France
Polymorphosis - ) The assumption of several structural forms without a corresponding difference in function; - said of sponges, etc
Endaspidean - ) Having the anterior scutes extending around the tarsus on the inner side; - said of certain birds
Fork-Tailed - ) Having the outer tail feathers longer than the median ones; swallow-tailed; - said of many birds
Pycnaspidean - ) Having the posterior side of the tarsus covered with small irregular scales; - said of certain birds
Antisolar - ) Opposite to the sun; - said of the point in the heavens 180� distant from the sun
Baroque - ) Irregular in form; - said esp
Fard - ) To paint; - said esp
Raminivorous - ) Feeding or subsisting on grass, and the like food; - said of horses, cattle, and other animals
Water-Laid - ) Having a left-hand twist; - said of cordage; as, a water-laid, or left-hand, rope
Side-Wheel - ) Having a paddle wheel on each side; - said of steam vessels; as, a side-wheel steamer
Unicostate - ) Having a single rib or strong nerve running upward from the base; - said of a leaf
Ragguled - ) Notched in regular diagonal breaks; - said of a line, or a bearing having such an edge
Seme - ) Sprinkled or sown; - said of field, or a charge, when strewed or covered with small charges
Ypsywort - Gypsies are said to stain their skin with its juice
Multispiral - ) Having numerous spiral coils round a center or nucleus; - said of the opercula of certain shells
Clavellated - ) said of potash, probably in reference to its having been obtained from billets of wood by burning
Dormy - ) Up, or ahead, as many holes as remain to be played; - said of a player or side
Caned - ) Filled with white flakes; mothery; - said vinegar when containing mother
Hit (2) - ) having become very popular or acclaimed; - said of entertainment performances; as, a hit record, a hit movie
Blissom - ) Lascivious; also, in heat; - said of ewes
Checky - ) Divided into small alternating squares of two tinctures; - said of the field or of an armorial bearing
Ambreic - ) Of or pertaining to ambrein; - said of a certain acid produced by digesting ambrein in nitric acid
Ardant - ) Turning the head towards the spectator, but not the body; - said of a lion or other beast
Pollicate - ) Having a curved projection or spine on the inner side of a leg joint; - said of insects
Eleuthero-Petalous - ) Having the petals free, that is, entirely separate from each other; - said of both plant and flower
Counter-Couchant - ) Lying down, with their heads in opposite directions; - said of animals borne in a coat of arms
Double-Milled - ) Twice milled or fulled, to render more compact or fine; - said of cloth; as, double-milled kerseymere
Excito-Nutrient - (a) Exciting nutrition; said of the reflex influence by which the nutritional processes are either excited or modified
Postticous - ) Situated on the outer side of a filament; - said of an extrorse anther
Exodic - ) Conducting influences from the spinal cord outward; - said of the motor or efferent nerves
Ampliate - ) Having the outer edge prominent; said of the wings of insects
Crankness - ) Liability to be overset; - said of a ship or other vessel
Decurrent - ) Extending downward; - said of a leaf whose base extends downward and forms a wing along the stem
Scepterellate - ) Having a straight shaft with whorls of spines; - said of certain sponge spicules
Taxaspidean - ) Having the posterior tarsal scales, or scutella, rectangular and arranged in regular rows; - said of certain birds
Trinervate - ) Having three ribs or nerves extending unbranched from the base to the apex; - said of a leaf
Transpalatine - ) Situated beyond or outside the palatine bone; - said of a bone in the skull of some reptiles
Mixogamous - ) Pairing with several males; - said of certain fishes of which several males accompany each female during spawning
Leaf-Footed - ) Having leaflike expansions on the legs; - said of certain insects; as, the leaf-footed bug (Leptoglossus phyllopus)
Sain - ) said
Thereon - ...
Then the king said, hang him thereon
Said - said, pret. Aforesaid before mentioned
Sin: One the Souls Ruin (2) - ...
Presently, an old elder tree said, Flowers, shake off your caterpillars!' ...
'Why?' said a dozen altogether: for they were like some children, who always say 'Why,' when they are told to do anything: bad children those! ...
The elder said, 'If you don't, they'll eat you up alive. ...
In one of the middle beds there was a beautiful rose, who shook off all but one, and she said to herself 'Oh, that's a beauty! I'll keep that one. ' ...
'But,' said the rose, 'look at his brown and crimson fur, and his beautiful black eyes, and scores of little feet; I want to keep him; surely one won't hurt me
Heavy - ) Not agreeable to, or suitable for, the stomach; not easily digested; - said of food. ) Impeding motion; cloggy; clayey; - said of earth; as, a heavy road, soil, and the like. ) Loud; deep; - said of sound; as, heavy thunder. ) Dark with clouds, or ready to rain; gloomy; - said of the sky. ) Having much body or strength; - said of wines, or other liquors
Derogate - ) To lessen; to detract from; to disparage; to depreciate; - said of a person or thing. ) To annul in part; to repeal partly; to restrict; to limit the action of; - said of a law
Slink - ) To cast prematurely; - said of female beasts; as, a cow that slinks her calf. ) To miscarry; - said of female beasts
Cernuous - ) Inclining or nodding downward; pendulous; drooping; - said of a bud, flower, fruit, or the capsule of a moss
Away-Going - ) Sown during the last years of a tenancy, but not ripe until after its expiration; - said of crops
Acropetal - ) Developing from below towards the apex, or from the circumference towards the center; centripetal; - said of certain inflorescence
Holaspidean - ) Having a single series of large scutes on the posterior side of the tarsus; - said of certain birds
Phanerocodonic - ) Having an umbrella-shaped or bell-shaped body, with a wide, open cavity beneath; - said of certain jellyfishes
Pyrogenic - ) Producing heat; - said of substances, as septic poisons, which elevate the temperature of the body and cause fever
Disciflorous - ) Bearing the stamens on a discoid outgrowth of the receptacle; - said of a subclass of plants
Deuterocanonical - ) Pertaining to a second canon, or ecclesiastical writing of inferior authority; - said of the Apocrypha, certain Epistles, etc
Seamed - ) Out of condition; not in good condition; - said of a hawk
Feral - ) Wild; untamed; ferine; not domesticated; - said of beasts, birds, and plants
Asiphonate - ) Destitute of a siphon or breathing tube; - said of many bivalve shells
Wash-Off - ) Capable of being washed off; not permanent or durable; - said of colors not fixed by steaming or otherwise
Pedatifid - ) Cleft in a pedate manner, but having the lobes distinctly connected at the base; - said of a leaf
Uniseptate - ) Having but one septum, or partition; - said of two-celled fruits, such as the silicles of cruciferous plants
Oose-Rumped - ) Having the tail set low and buttocks that fall away sharply from the croup; - said of certain horses
Unwormed - ) Not wormed; not having had the worm, or lytta, under the tongue cut out; - said of a dog
Thulium - ) A rare metallic element of uncertain properties and identity, said to have been found in the mineral gadolinite
Tetrastyle - ) Having four columns in front; - said of a temple, portico, or colonnade
Three-Square - ) Having a cross section in the form of an equilateral triangle; - said especially of a kind of file
Memnon - ) A celebrated Egyptian statue near Thebes, said to have the property of emitting a harplike sound at sunrise
Leptiform - ) Having a form somewhat like leptus; - said of active insect larvae having three pairs of legs
Lengthy - ) Having length; rather long or too long; prolix; not brief; - said chiefly of discourses, writings, and the like
Cres'Cens - Paul, said to have been one of the seventy disciples
Charity: Spies Out the Good Points in All - And those who stood by looked on with abhorrence, 'Faugh!' said one, stopping his nose, ' it pollutes the air!' 'How long,' said another, 'shall this foul beast offend our sight?' 'Look at his torn hide,' said a third, 'one could not even cut a shoe out of it. ' 'And his ears,' said a fourth, 'all draggled and bleeding. ' 'No doubt,' said a fifth, 'he has been hanged for thieving. ' And Jesus heard them, and looking down compassionately on the dead creature, he said, 'Pearls are not equal to the whiteness of his teeth. ' Then the people turned to him with amazement, and said among themselves, 'Who is this? This must be Jesus of Nazareth, for only he could find something to pity and approve even in a dead dog
Abijah - "But I said, (said the Lord) how shall I put thee among the children, and give thee a pleasant land, a goodly heritage of the hosts of nations? And I said, Thou shalt call me my Father! and shalt not turn away from me
Immortality - IMMORTAL, IMMORTALITY...
Strictly and properly speaking, this can only be applied to JEHOVAH in his threefold character of person; for of Him, it is justly said, "who only hath immortality. " (1 Timothy 6:16) But in Him, and by Him, and from Him, the church is said to have rendered to it "glory and honour and immortality, eternal life. Of what nature or kind that immortality is, which distinguisheth the state or existence of the miserable in hell, Scripture hath not said. It is said, indeed, "their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched
Bevilled - ) Notched with an angle like that inclosed by a carpenter's bevel; - said of a partition line of a shield
Collative - ) Passing or held by collation; - said of livings of which the bishop and the patron are the same person
Cuirassed - ) Having a covering of bony plates, resembling a cuirass; - said of certain fishes
Cuppy - ) Characterized by cup shakes; - said of timber
Aplanatic - ) Having two or more parts of different curvatures, so combined as to remove spherical aberration; - said of a lens
Sfumato - ) Having vague outlines, and colors and shades so mingled as to give a misty appearance; - said of a painting
Hand-Winged - ) Having wings that are like hands in the structure and arrangement of their bones; - said of bats
Haurient - ) In pale, with the head in chief; - said of the figure of a fish, as if rising for air
Caboched - ) Showing the full face, but nothing of the neck; - said of the head of a beast in armorial bearing
Extravascular - ) Outside the vessels; - said of the substance of all the tissues
Punishable - ) Deserving of, or liable to, punishment; capable of being punished by law or right; - said of person or offenses
Ptilopaedic - ) Having nearly the whole surface of the skin covered with down; dasypaedic; - said of the young of certain birds
Single-Surfaced - ) Having one surface; - said specif
Peristeropodous - ) Having pigeonlike feet; - said of those gallinaceous birds that rest on all four toes, as the curassows and megapods
Patonce - ) Having the arms growing broader and floriated toward the end; - said of a cross
Plumbagin - ) A crystalline substance said to be found in the root of a certain plant of the Leadwort (Plumbago) family
Esodic - ) Conveying impressions from the surface of the body to the spinal cord; - said of certain nerves
Conduplicate - ) Folded lengthwise along the midrib, the upper face being within; - said of leaves or petals in vernation or aestivation
Erythroleic - ) Having a red color and oily appearance; - applied to a purple semifluid substance said to be obtained from archil
Barrenwort - ) An herbaceous plant of the Barberry family (Epimedium alpinum), having leaves that are bitter and said to be sudorific
Hexastyle - ) Having six columns in front; - said of a portico or temple
Tegulated - ) Composed of small plates, as of horn or metal, overlapping like tiles; - said of a kind of ancient armor
Obdiplostemonous - ) Having twice as many stamens as petals, those of the outer set being opposite the petals; - said of flowers
Tracheobronchial - ) Pertaining both to the tracheal and bronchial tubes, or to their junction; - said of the syrinx of certain birds
Self-Repetition - ) Repetition of one's self or of one's acts; the saying or doing what one has already said or done
Moonblink - ) A temporary blindness, or impairment of sight, said to be caused by sleeping in the moonlight; - sometimes called nyctalopia
Malambo - ) A yellowish aromatic bark, used in medicine and perfumery, said to be from the South American shrub Croton Malambo
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They say, or it is said
Liguliflorous - ) Bearing only ligulate flowers; - said of a large suborder of composite plants, such as the dandelion, lettuce, hawkweed, etc
Leucoethiopic - ) White and black; - said of a white animal of a black species, or the albino of the negro race
Faith: Triumph of - At length one of them, addressing the old lady, said: 'Mother, are you not afraid?' 'No,' said the mother in Israel; 'I rejoice to know that I have a God 1hai can shake the world
Enrich - ) To make rich with manure; to fertilize; - said of the soil; as, to enrich land by irrigation. ) To supply with knowledge; to instruct; to store; - said of the mind
Ypsiliform - ) Resembling the / in appearance; - said of the germinal spot in the ripe egg at one of the stages of fecundation
Oviposit - ) To lay or deposit eggs; - said esp
Autotrophic - ) Capable of self-nourishment; - said of all plants in which photosynthetic activity takes place, as opposed to parasitism or saprophytism
Ancipitous - ) Two-edged instead of round; - said of certain flattened stems, as those of blue grass, and rarely also of leaves
Chylaqueous - ) Consisting of chyle much diluted with water; - said of a liquid which forms the circulating fluid of some inferior animals
Extrorse - ) Facing outwards, or away from the axis of growth; - said esp
Cobaltous - ) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, cobalt; - said esp
Rubican - ) Colored a prevailing red, bay, or black, with flecks of white or gray especially on the flanks; - said of horses
Scutelliplantar - ) Having broad scutella on the front, and small scales on the posterior side, of the tarsus; - said of certain birds
Pig-Jawed - ) Having the upper jaw projecting beyond the lower, with the upper incisors in advance of the lower; - said of dogs
Exsert - ) To thrust out; to protrude; as, some worms are said to exsert the proboscis
Ditrichotomous - ) Dividing into double or treble ramifications; - said of a leaf or stem
Allyambic - ) Consisting of two iambic dimeters catalectic, the last of which lacks the final syllable; - said of a kind of verse
Entomophilous - ) Fertilized by the agency of insects; - said of plants in which the pollen is carried to the stigma by insects
Dog-Eared - ) Having the corners of the leaves turned down and soiled by careless or long-continued usage; - said of a book
Frog-Eyed - ) Spotted with whitish specks due to a disease, or produced artificially by spraying; - said of tobacco used for cigar wrappers
Alborak - ) The imaginary milk-white animal on which Mohammed was said to have been carried up to heaven; a white mule
Farrow - ) Not producing young in a given season or year; - said only of cows
Coelodont - ) Having hollow teeth; - said of a group lizards
Galatians - Inhabitants of Galatia, in the Lesser Asia, said to be descendants of the Gauls
Pupigerous - ) Bearing or containing a pupa; - said of dipterous larvae which do not molt when the pupa is formed within them
Sectile - ), capable of being severed by the knife with a smooth cut; - said of minerals
Thermostable - without loss of special properties; - said of immune substances, etc
Shroud-Laid - ) Composed of four strands, and laid right-handed with a heart, or center; - said of rope
Roach-Backed - ) Having a back like that of roach; - said of a horse whose back a convex instead of a concave curve
Trichromatic - ) Having or existing in three different phases of color; having three distinct color varieties; - said of certain birds and insects
Tironian - ) Of or pertaining to Tiro, or a system of shorthand said to have been introduced by him into ancient Rome
Taglioni - ) A kind of outer coat, or overcoat; - said to be so named after a celebrated Italian family of professional dancers
Torqued - ) Twisted; bent; - said of a dolphin haurient, which forms a figure like the letter S
Teste - ) The witnessing or concluding clause, duty attached; - said of a writ, deed, or the like
Merciless - ) Destitute of mercy; cruel; unsparing; - said of animate beings, and also, figuratively, of things; as, a merciless tyrant; merciless waves
Mandibuliform - ) Having the form of a mandible; - said especially of the maxillae of an insect when hard and adapted for biting
Monopteral - ) Round and without a cella; consisting of a single ring of columns supporting a roof; - said esp
Multivalvular - ) Many-valved; having more than two valves; - said of certain shells, as the chitons
Taut - ) Tight; stretched; not slack; - said esp
Sack-Winged - ) Having a peculiar pouch developed near the front edge of the wing; - said of certain bats of the genus Saccopteryx
Lousewort - It was said to make sheep that fed on it lousy
Leaf-Nosed - ) Having a leaflike membrane on the nose; - said of certain bats, esp
Quinquenerved - ) Having five nerves; - said of a leaf with five nearly equal nerves or ribs rising from the end of the petiole
Biacid - ) Having two hydrogen atoms which can be replaced by negative atoms or radicals to form salts; - said of bases
Vanadous - ) Of or pertaining to vanadium; obtained from vanadium; - said of an acid containing one equivalent of vanadium and two of oxygen
Colorado - ) Medium in color and strength; - said of cigars
Spirit - An incorporeal being or intelligence; in which sense God is said to be a Spirit, as are angels and the human soul
Closehauled - ) Under way and moving as nearly as possible toward the direction from which the wind blows; - said of a sailing vessel
Blet - ) To decay internally when overripe; - said of fruit
Apologetical - ) Defending by words or arguments; said or written in defense, or by way of apology; regretfully excusing; as, an apologetic essay
Artiad - ) Even; not odd; - said of elementary substances and of radicals the valence of which is divisible by two without a remainder
Cobaltic - ) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, cobalt; - said especially of those compounds in which cobalt has higher valence; as, cobaltic oxide
Quiname - ) Growing in sets of five; - said especially of leaves composed of five leaflets set at the end of a common petiole
Semirecondite - ) Half hidden or half covered; said of the head of an insect when half covered by the shield of the thorax
Quarry-Faced - ) Having a face left as it comes from the quarry and not smoothed with the chisel or point; - said of stones
Exaspidean - ) Having the anterior scute/ extending around the tarsus on the outer side, leaving the inner side naked; - said of certain birds
Sinapoleic - ) Of or pertaining to mustard oil; specifically, designating an acid of the oleic acid series said to occur in mistard oil
Electro-Polar - ) Possessing electrical polarity; positively electrified at one end, or on one surface, and negatively at the other; - said of a conductor
Pleurocarpous - ) Side-fruited; - said of those true mosses in which the pedicels or the capsules are from lateral archegonia; - opposed to acrocarpous
Amphistylic - ) Having the mandibular arch articulated with the hyoid arch and the cranium, as in the cestraciont sharks; - said of a skull
Proverbially - ) In a proverbial manner; by way of proverb; hence, commonly; universally; as, it is proverbially said; the bee is proverbially busy
Idiomorphous - ) Apperaing in distinct crystals; - said of the mineral constituents of a rock
Apodosis - (Greek apo, back; didomi, give) ...
The last day on which prayers in commemoration of a feast are said in the Greek Church
Apolytikion - (Greek: dismissed) ...
A dismissal prayer or hymn said or sung at the end of the Greek Mass, and during Matins and Vespers
Trichomatose - ) Affected with a disease which causes agglutination and matting together; - said of the hair when affected with plica
Thalamiflorous - ) Bearing the stamens directly on the receptacle; - said of a subclass of polypetalous dicotyledonous plants in the system of De Candolle
Polytomous - ) Subdivided into many distinct subordinate parts, which, however, not being jointed to the petiole, are not true leaflets; - said of leaves
Zygomorphous - ) Symmetrical bilaterally; - said of organisms, or parts of organisms, capable of division into two symmetrical halves only in a single plane
Tripinnatifid - ) Thrice pinnately cleft; - said of a pinnatifid leaf when its segments are pinnatifid, and the subdivisions of these also are pinnatifid
Raffia - ) A fibrous material used for tying plants, said to come from the leaves of a palm tree of the genus Raphia
Whole-Length - ) Representing the whole figure; - said of a picture or statue
Keramographic - ) Suitable to be written upon; capable of being written upon, as a slate; - said especially of a certain kind of globe
Kerned - ) Having part of the face projecting beyond the body or shank; - said of type
Commendatory Prayer - A beautiful and impressive prayer added tothe Prayer Book in 1661, and which is to be said over a dyingperson. This prayer ought to be memorized by every Churchman soas to use it in any emergency for, as Bishop Coxe suggests in"Thoughts on the Services," "whether a Clergyman be present ornot, no Christian should be willing to die, or be permitted to die,without the Commendatory Prayer said by some one present at ornear the moment of departure. 'Father into Thy hands I commend My spirit,' said the Saviour withHis dying breath
Terah - Along with his three sons he is said to have migrated from Ur of the Chaldees to Haran, where he died. In Joshua 24:2 it is said that he ‘served other gods’ a statement which gave rise to some fanciful Jewish haggâdôth about Terah as a maker of idols
Aha - GOD noticed what they said and brought His wrath upon them because they said it
Forgive - ) To cease to feel resentment against, on account of wrong committed; to give up claim to requital from or retribution upon (an offender); to absolve; to pardon; - said of the person offending. ) To give up resentment or claim to requital on account of (an offense or wrong); to remit the penalty of; to pardon; - said in reference to the act forgiven
Reply - ) That which is said, written, or done in answer to what is said, written, or done by another; an answer; a response
Bdellium - A substance said to be found in the land of Havilah. It is also said that the manna, like the hoar-frost, Exodus 16:14, or coriander-seed in size, was like bdellium in color
Anent - ) About; concerning; in respect; as, he said nothing anent this particular
Saxicavous - ) Boring, or hollowing out, rocks; - said of certain mollusks which live in holes which they burrow in rocks
Moreover - Beyond what has been said further besides also likewise
Ewe-Necked - ) Having a neck like a ewe; - said of horses in which the arch of the neck is deficent, being somewhat hollowed out
Hemigamous - ) Having one of the two florets in the same spikelet neuter, and the other unisexual, whether male or female; - said of grasses
Sciuroid - ) Resembling the tail of a squirrel; - generally said of branches which are close and dense, or of spikes of grass like barley
Filipendulous - ) Suspended by, or strung upon, a thread; - said of tuberous swellings in the middle or at the extremities of slender, threadlike rootlets
Pentastyle - ) Having five columns in front; - said of a temple or portico in classical architecture
Flamboyant - ; - said of the later (15th century) French Gothic style
Hexacid - ) Having six atoms or radicals capable of being replaced by acids; hexatomic; hexavalent; - said of bases; as, mannite is a hexacid base
Reengill - ) An oyster which has the gills tinged with a green pigment, said to be due to an abnormal condition of the blood
Septiferous - ) Bearing a partition; - said of the valves of a capsule
Antiphon - ) A verse said before and after the psalms
Short-Jointed - ) Having short intervals between the joints; - said of a plant or an animal, especially of a horse whose pastern is too short
Ultraviolet - ) Lying outside the visible spectrum at its violet end; - said of rays more refrangible than the extreme violet rays of the spectrum
Paragenic - ) Originating in the character of the germ, or at the first commencement of an individual; - said of peculiarities of structure, character, etc
Tolu - ) A fragrant balsam said to have been first brought from Santiago de Tolu, in New Granada
Transfluent - ) Passing or flowing through a bridge; - said of water
Tenuous - ) Rare; subtile; not dense; - said of fluids
Decomposed - ) Separated or broken up; - said of the crest of birds when the feathers are divergent
Leachy - ) Permitting liquids to pass by percolation; not capable of retaining water; porous; pervious; - said of gravelly or sandy soils, and the like
Christ in Mohammedan Literature - ’ A similar variety is said to be found in Mandaic documents (Brandt, Die Mandäische Religion, 1889, p. She said: “I fly for refuge from thee to the God of Mercy: if thou fearest Him. ” He said: “I am only a messenger of thy Lord, that I may bestow on thee a holy son. ” She said: “How shall I have a son, when man hath never touched me? and I am not unchaste?” He said: “So shall it be. Thy Lord hath said, Easy is this with me, and we will make him a sign to mankind and a mercy from me; for it is a thing decreed. She said: “Oh, would that I had died ere this, and been a thing forgotten, forgotten quite. They said: “O Mary, now hast thou done a strange thing, O sister of Aaron; Thy father was not a man of wickedness, nor unchaste thy mother. They said: “How shall we speak with him who is in the cradle, an infant?” It said: “Verily, I am the servant of God; He hath given me the Book, and He hath made me a Prophet” ’ (vv. It is said that this refers to the Injil, or Gospel, revealed to Him whilst yet in His mother’s womb. And they said: “Are our gods or is he the better?” … Jesus is no more than a servant whom we favoured and proposed as an instance of Divine power to the children of Israel. 3) there are several references—...
‘Remember when the Angel said: “O Mary, Verily, God announceth to thee the Word from Him. ” She said: “How, O Lord! shall I have a son, when man hath not touched me?” He said: “Thus will God create what He will. ...
It is said that Mary was thirteen or fifteen years old when the announcement was made to her. The master said the Bismillah—“In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate”—which the child at once repeated after him. The child said: “If you know, explain; if you do not, listen. ” ’...
It is said that the bird was a bat which flew away whilst they looked at it, and, when out of sight, fell down dead. 61), and is intended to show that Jesus had foretold the advent of Mohammed—...
‘Remember when Jesus the son of Mary said, “O children of Israel! of a truth I am God’s apostle to you to confirm the Law which was given before me, and to announce an apostle that shall come after me whose name shall be Ahmad” ’ (v. ‘When God shall say, “O Jesus, son of Mary, hast thou said unto mankind—Take me and my mother as two gods besides God?,” he shall say, “Glory be unto thee, it is not for me to say that which I know to be not the truth” ’ (v. ...
In the same Sura we have a passage which has given rise to many traditions—...
‘Remember when the apostles said, “O Jesus, son of Mary, is thy Lord able to send down a furnished table to us out of heaven?” ’ (v. ‘Jesus, son of Mary, said: “O God our Lord! send down a table to us out of heaven, that it may become a recurring festival to us” ’ (v. Jesus made the ceremonial ablutions, recited the names of God, and then said the prescribed prayers. Mary feared, and said: ‘I seek protection of God from thee, if thou fearest. ’ Gabriel said: ‘I am sent to thee from thy Lord that a beautiful child may be given to thee. ’ Mary said: ‘Whence shall a child come to me, for no man has touched me, I am not an evil-doer. He in sorrow expressed his doubts about her, and, on being told to speak his mind freely, said, ‘There is no cultivation without seed, and no seed without a tree. ’ Mary said: ‘If you say God at first made the trees, then they were produced without seed: if first He made seed, then seed came without a tree. ’ Joseph said: ‘Is a child born without a father?’ Mary said: ‘Yes, without parents, just as Adam and Eve were. ...
They say that Jesus in the womb spoke with his mother and said the Tasbih: Subhana’ llah—‘I extol the holiness of God. It is said that Jesus said then to his mother, ‘Do not sorrow, God has provided this fountain. ’ Then ripe dates fell at her feet, and she said: ‘O Lord, Thou hast granted me sustenance. ’...
Then Mary said to Gabriel: ‘If people ask how the child was born, what shall I reply?’ He said: ‘Say, “I have seen no man, I am fasting; I speak with none about it. ” ’ It is said that when the Jews found her and the child under the tree, they began to make a tumult and reproached her, saying, ‘Neither thy father nor mother were evildoers. ’ They became very angry, and said: ‘How shall we speak to the infant?’ However, they asked him the circumstances of his birth. He said: ‘I am the slave of God, appointed to be a prophet and a blessing in whatever place I may be, and He has ordered me to keep the fast and almsgiving as long as I live. ’ Having said this, he did not speak again till the natural time for an infant to speak arrived. Having witnessed the miracle, the Jews gave up their suspicion and reproach, and said that this was the prophet of whose birth the preceding prophets had spoken. Jesus said: ‘Such a lame and such a blind man stole the thing. ’ When accused, the blind man said: ‘How could I see to steal?,’ and the lame man, ‘How could I walk to do so?’ Jesus said: ‘The blind man carried the lame man, who then from a shelf took the goods and divided the booty. ...
It is said that the term hawari,*
One day when a crowd was following Jesus, they said they were hungry. Then Jesus said: ‘Let the most pious one amongst you lift up the cover of the tray. Simon, on seeing this, said: ‘This is heavenly food. The Apostles said: ‘You eat and then we will. ’ Jesus said: ‘I do not eat. It is said that for forty days this tray came down each morning and remained till mid-day. Some said: ‘Make the fish alive again, and we will believe. ...
A man came to Mary one day, and said: ‘The king has said that a ryot each day is to make a feast for him and his army. ’ Mary turned for aid to Jesus, who hesitated; but Mary said that aid would be a great favour to the ryot. Jesus then sent for the master of the house, and said: ‘Get ready jars and pots, and fill up with water,’ which Jesus changed into pure wine. The king, knowing the wine of that place, said: ‘Why dost thou lie? no such wine is to be found there. The king then called for Jesus, and said: ‘The heir to my throne died a little while ago, restore him to life. ’ Jesus said that his return to life meant many evils to the country. The king said: ‘Let the country be ruined if I only get one glimpse of him. ’ Jesus said: ‘If I raise him, will you let me go in peace?’ The king agreed; so the prince came to life, and Jesus went away. Then Jesus, when going on the way, asked a shepherd to feed him, who said: ‘Tell one of my men to slay a sheep that it may be cooked. ‘Who art thou?’ said the shepherd. They said: ‘Cure the king and we will give you much money. Jesus, seeing this, said: ‘If I raise your king, will you forgive my friend?’ Jesus raised the king and released the Jew. Jesus said: ‘Where is the second loaf?’ The Jew said he had only one. He said: ‘You weep now, when the enemy comes you will forsake me. They also said: ‘Will another prophet come after thee?’ He said: ‘Yes, of the Quraish tribe, an unlettered prophet, Mohammed, superior to me, will come. He said: ‘After my death trays full of light will come, and by the blessing of that light you will know the languages of all tribes. In the morning the Jews sent a man to find Jesus, but he returned and said that no one was there. Then the Jews said: ‘Thou art Jesus,’ and crucified him. Jesus said: ‘If one of you will assume my appearance, God will reward you in Paradise. In the morning the Jews said, ‘There were eighteen men with Jesus; one is short. ’ The prisoners said Jesus had gone on high; but the Jews saw one like Jesus and crucified him. ...
It is said that at the last day, when Dajjal the cursed, with Imam Mahdi, collects the people at morning prayers, Jesus will appear on the Mosque at Jerusalem, and will descend to join Imam Mahdi, and kill Dajjal. When Jesus dies again, the burial prayers (namaz-i-Janazah) will be said over him, and he will be buried in the tomb of Mohammed at Medina
Empty - ) Unable to satisfy; unsatisfactory; hollow; vain; - said of pleasure, the world, etc. ) Containing nothing; not holding or having anything within; void of contents or appropriate contents; not filled; - said of an inclosure, as a box, room, house, etc. ) Destitute of effect, sincerity, or sense; - said of language; as, empty words, or threats. ) Producing nothing; unfruitful; - said of a plant or tree; as, an empty vine
Single-Acting - ), acting or exerting force during strokes in one direction only; - said of a reciprocating engine, pump, etc
Bibasic - ) Having to hydrogen atoms which can be replaced by positive or basic atoms or radicals to form salts; - said of acids
Cards, Altar - Printed cards placed in the middle and at each side of an altar, containing certain prayers to be said by the celebrant at Mass
Bigeminate - ) Having a forked petiole, and a pair of leaflets at the end of each division; biconjugate; twice paired; - said of a decompound leaf
Butterbur - ) A broad-leaved plant (Petasites vulgaris) of the Composite family, said to have been used in England for wrapping up pats of butter
Coyotillo - Its berries are said to be poisonous to the coyote
Ancile - ) The sacred shield of the Romans, said to have-fallen from heaven in the reign of Numa
Crapaudine - ) Turning on pivots at the top and bottom; - said of a door
Arrasways - ) Placed in such a position as to exhibit the top and two sides, the corner being in front; - said of a rectangular form
Demountable - Capable of being dismounted; - said of a form of rim, for an automobile wheel, which can be removed with its tire from the wheel
Electro-Vital - ) Derived from, or dependent upon, vital processes; - said of certain electric currents supposed by some physiologists to circulate in the nerves of animals
Perissad - ) Odd; not even; - said of elementary substances and of radicals whose valence is not divisible by two without a remainder
Aclinic - ) Without inclination or dipping; - said the magnetic needle balances itself horizontally, having no dip
Advert - ) To turn the mind or attention; to refer; to take heed or notice; - with to; as, he adverted to what was said
Floured - ) Finely granulated; - said of quicksilver which has been granulated by agitation during the amalgamation process
Altar Cards - Printed cards placed in the middle and at each side of an altar, containing certain prayers to be said by the celebrant at Mass
Dichromic - ) Furnishing or giving two colors; - said of defective vision, in which all the compound colors are resolvable into two elements instead of three
Hexabasic - ) Having six hydrogen atoms or six radicals capable of being replaced or saturated by bases; - said of acids; as, mellitic acid is hexabasic
Antimonic - ) Pertaining to, or derived from, antimony; - said of those compounds of antimony in which this element has its highest equivalence; as, antimonic acid
Fatling - ) A calf, lamb, kid, or other young animal fattened for slaughter; a fat animal; - said of such animals as are used for food
Henpeck - ) To subject to petty authority; - said of a wife who thus treats her husband
Totipalmate - ) Having all four toes united by a web; - said of certain sea birds, as the pelican and the gannet
Proclitic - ) Leaning forward; - said of certain monosyllabic words which are so closely attached to the following word as not to have a separate accent
Orthotone - ) Retaining the accent; not enclitic; - said of certain indefinite pronouns and adverbs when used interrogatively, which, when not so used, are ordinarilly enclitic
Free-Milling - ) Yielding free gold or silver; - said of certain ores which can be reduced by crushing and amalgamation, without roasting or other chemical treatment
Decastyle - ) Having ten columns in front; - said of a portico, temple, etc
Uniparous - ) Producing but one axis of inflorescence; - said of the scorpioid cyme
Thereby - ) Thereabout; - said of place, number, etc
Tup - ) To cover; - said of a ram
Three-Handed - ) said of games or contests where three persons play against each other, or two against one; as, a three-handed game of cards
Jamaicine - ) An alkaloid said to be contained in the bark of Geoffroya inermis, a leguminous tree growing in Jamaica and Surinam; - called also jamacina
Broiled - 1: ὀπτός (Strong's #3702 — Adjective — optos — op-tos' ) "broiled" (from optao, "to cook, roast"), is said of food prepared by fire, Luke 24:42
Lath-Shaped - ) Having a slender elongated form, like a lath; - said of the feldspar of certain igneous rocks, as diabase, as seen in microscopic sections
Fool in Scripture -
The atheist: "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God" (Psalms 13:52). ...
The rich fool: "But God said to him, Thou fool, this night they require thy soul of thee and whose shall those things by which thou hast provided?" (Luke 12)
Scripture, Fool in -
The atheist: "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God" (Psalms 13:52). ...
The rich fool: "But God said to him, Thou fool, this night they require thy soul of thee and whose shall those things by which thou hast provided?" (Luke 12)
Tetragrammaton (Yhwh) - God said to Moses, "And God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM”; and He said, “Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel, ‘I AM has sent me to you
Poor - It was said in the O. The Lord said, "Ye have the poor with you always, and whensoever ye will ye may do them good. Of the Lord Jesus it is said, that though He was rich, yet for our sakes He became poor
Cold-Shut - ) Closed while too cold to become thoroughly welded; - said of a forging or casting
Dead Sea Apple - (Dead Sea Apple) A fruit said to grow on or near the site of the biblical Sodom; it turns to smoke and ashes when plucked
Septicidal - ) Dividing the partitions; - said of a method of dehiscence in which a pod splits through the partitions and is divided into its component carpels
Anemorphilous - ) Fertilized by the agency of the wind; - said of plants in which the pollen is carried to the stigma by the wind; wind-Fertilized
Apode - one of certain fabulous birds which were said to have no feet
Diacid - ) Divalent; - said of a base or radical as capable of saturating two acid monad radicals or a dibasic acid
Excito-Secretory - ) Exciting secretion; - said of the influence exerted by reflex action on the function of secretion, by which the various glands are excited to action
Perigynous - ) Having the ovary free, but the petals and stamens borne on the calyx; - said of flower such as that of the cherry or peach
Double-Surfaced - ) Having two surfaces; - said specif
Fomes - ) Any substance supposed to be capable of absorbing, retaining, and transporting contagious or infectious germs; as, woolen clothes are said to be active fomites
Perennibranchiate - ) Having branchae, or gills, through life; - said especially of certain Amphibia, like the menobranchus
Apple, Dead Sea - (Dead Sea Apple) A fruit said to grow on or near the site of the biblical Sodom; it turns to smoke and ashes when plucked
Argentic - ) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, silver; - said of certain compounds of silver in which this metal has its lowest proportion; as, argentic chloride
Enantiomorphous - , related to each other as a right-handed to a left-handed glove; - said of certain hemihedral crystals
Carucate - ) A plowland; as much land as one team can plow in a year and a day; - by some said to be about 100 acres
Estic - ) Relating to bodily motion; consisting of gestures; - said especially with reference to dancing
Venite - ) The 95th Psalm, which is said or sung regularly in the public worship of many churches
Porcellaneous - ) Having a smooth, compact shell without pores; - said of certain Foraminifera
Mercurous - ) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, mercury; containing mercury; - said of those compounds of mercury in which it is present in its highest proportion
Mercuric - ) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, mercury; containing mercury; - said of those compounds of mercury into which this element enters in its lowest proportion
Mammillated - ) Bounded like a nipple; - said of the apex of some shells
Saying - ) That which is said; a declaration; a statement, especially a proverbial one; an aphorism; a proverb
Quar'Tus - (fourth ), a Christian of Corinth, ( Romans 16:23 ) said to have been one of the seventy disciples, and afterward bishop of Berytus
Wall-Sided - ) Having sides nearly perpendicular; - said of certain vessels to distinguish them from those having flaring sides, or sides tumbling home (see under Tumble, v
Odollam - ...
(2) Cave which sheltered David and his followers (1 Kings 22), said to be situated 6 miles southeast of Bethlehem
Cuprous - ) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, copper; containing copper; - said of those compounds of copper in which this element is present in its highest proportion
Cupric - ) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, copper; containing copper; - said of those compounds of copper in which this element is present in its lowest proportion
Bidding Prayer - ...
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The prayer for the souls of benefactors, said before the sermon
Cabochon - Such stones are said to be cut en cabochon
Homographic - ) Employing a single and separate character to represent each sound; - said of certain methods of spelling words
Erecto-Patent - ) Standing partially spread and erect; - said of the wings of certain insects
Fire-Fanged - ) Injured as by fire; burned; - said of manure which has lost its goodness and acquired an ashy hue in consequence of heat generated by decomposition
Phocenic - ) Of or pertaining to dolphin oil or porpoise oil; - said of an acid (called also delphinic acid) subsequently found to be identical with valeric acid
Actinium - ) A supposed metal, said by Phipson to be contained in commercial zinc; - so called because certain of its compounds are darkened by exposure to light
Photo-Electric - ) Acting by the operation of both light and electricity; - said of apparatus for producing pictures by electric light
Achromatic - ) Uncolored; not absorbing color from a fluid; - said of tissue
Heterographic - ) Employing the same letters to represent different sounds in different words or syllables; - said of methods of spelling; as, the ordinary English orthography is heterographic
Emanant - ) Issuing or flowing forth; emanating; passing forth into an act, or making itself apparent by an effect; - said of mental acts; as, an emanant volition
Argentous - ) Of, pertaining to, or containing, silver; - said of certain silver compounds in which silver has a higher proportion than in argentic compounds; as, argentous chloride
Holosteric - ) Wholly solid; - said of a barometer constructed of solid materials to show the variations of atmospheric pressure without the use of liquids, as the aneroid
Disgavel - ) To deprive of that principal quality of gavelkind tenure by which lands descend equally among all the sons of the tenant; - said of lands
Roche Alum - A kind of alum occuring in small fragments; - so called from Rocca, in Syria, whence alum is said to have been obtained; - also called rock alum
Octavalent - ) Having a valence of eight; capable of being combined with, exchanged for, or compared with, eight atoms of hydrogen; - said of certain atoms or radicals
Univalent - ) Having a valence of one; capable of combining with, or of being substituted for, one atom of hydrogen; monovalent; - said of certain atoms and radicals
Tailor-Made - ) Made by a tailor or according to a tailor's fashion; - said specif
Decipium - ) A supposed rare element, said to be associated with cerium, yttrium, etc
Xylophagous - ) Eating, boring in, or destroying, wood; - said especially of certain insect larvae, crustaceans, and mollusks
Pupiparous - ) Bearing, or containing, a pupa; - said of the matured larvae, or larval skins, of certain Diptera
Unbody - ) To leave the body; to be disembodied; - said of the soul or spirit
Adullam - ...
(2) Cave which sheltered David and his followers (1 Kings 22), said to be situated 6 miles southeast of Bethlehem
Andronicus - Kinsman of Paul at Rome, who with Junia were his fellow prisoners, and of whom he said they were in Christ before him
Moros - ) The Mohammedan tribes of the southern Philippine Islands, said to have formerly migrated from Borneo
Laky - ) Transparent; - said of blood rendered transparent by the action of some solvent agent on the red blood corpuscles
Lamia - ) A monster capable of assuming a woman's form, who was said to devour human beings or suck their blood; a vampire; a sorceress; a witch
Lacwork - ) Ornamentation by means of lacquer painted or carved, or simply colored, sprinkled with gold or the like; - said especially of Oriental work of this kind
Monogamous - ) Mating with but one of the opposite sex; - said of birds and mammals
Loral - ) Of or pertaining to the lore; - said of certain feathers of birds, scales of reptiles, etc
Contingent - An event not come to pass is said to be contingent, which either may or may not be: what is already done, is said to have been contingent, if it might or might not have been
Seer - In the days of Samuel it is said "a prophet was beforetime called a seer. This is confirmed by Isaiah 30:10 , where rebellious Israel, in effect, said to the seers, "See not
Joke - ) Something said for the sake of exciting a laugh; something witty or sportive (commonly indicating more of hilarity or humor than jest); a jest; a witticism; as, to crack good-natured jokes. ) Something not said seriously, or not actually meant; something done in sport
Counterflory - ) Adorned with flowers (usually fleurs-de-lis) so divided that the tops appear on one side and the bottoms on the others; - said of any ordinary
Hemitropous - ) Having the raphe terminating about half way between the chalaza and the orifice; amphitropous; - said of an ovule
Crepusculous - ) Flying in the twilight or evening, or before sunrise; - said certain birds and insects
Autoclastic - ) Broken in place; - said of rocks having a broken or brecciated structure due to crushing, in contrast to those of brecciated materials brought from a distance
Falcated - ) Hooked or bent like a sickle; as, a falcate leaf; a falcate claw; - said also of the moon, or a planet, when horned or crescent-formed
Shirred - ) Broken into an earthen dish and baked over the fire; - said of eggs
Arrulous - ) Having a loud, harsh note; noisy; - said of birds; as, the garrulous roller
Pentabasic - ) Capable of uniting with five molecules of a monacid base; having five acid hydrogen atoms capable of substitution by a basic radical; - said of certain acids
Fourche - ) Having the ends forked or branched, and the ends of the branches terminating abruptly as if cut off; - said of an ordinary, especially of a cross
Pungled - ) Shriveled or shrunken; - said especially of grain which has lost its juices from the ravages of insects, such as the wheat midge, or Trips (Thrips cerealium)
Propitious - ) Hence, kind; gracious; merciful; helpful; - said of a person or a divinity
Divided - ) Cut into distinct parts, by incisions which reach the midrib; - said of a leaf
Battlement - This is said to have been bastillement, from bastille, a fortification
Viroled - ) Furnished with a virole or viroles; - said of a horn or a bugle when the rings are of different tincture from the rest of the horn
Vigonia - ) Of or pertaining to the vicu/a; characterizing the vicu/a; - said of the wool of that animal, used in felting hats, and for other purposes
Tilly-Vally - ) A word of unknown origin and signification, formerly used as expressive of contempt, or when anything said was reject as trifling or impertinent
Ophiophagus - Ophiophagus elaps is said to be the largest and most deadly of poisonous snakes
Orotund - ) Characterized by fullness, clearness, strength, and smoothness; ringing and musical; - said of the voice or manner of utterance
Polystyle - ) Having many columns; - said of a building, especially of an interior part or court; as, a polystyle hall
Ossified - ) Changed to bone or something resembling bone; hardened by deposits of mineral matter of any kind; - said of tissues
Trisected - ) Divided into three parts or segments by incisions extending to the midrib or to the base; - said of leaves
Slub - ) To draw out and twist slightly; - said of slivers of wool
Monacid - ) Having one hydrogen atom replaceable by a negative or acid atom or radical; capable of neutralizing a monobasic acid; - said of bases, and of certain metals
Mydaleine - As a poison it is said to execute profuse diarrhoea, vomiting, and intestinal inflammation
Regeneration: Need of - A raw countryman having brought his gun to the gun-smith for repairs, the latter is reported to have examined it, and finding it to be almost too far gone for repairing, said, 'Your gun is in a very worn-out, ruinous, good-for-nothing condition, what sort of repairing do you want for it ?' 'Well,' said the countryman, 'I don't see as I can do with anything short of a new stock, lock, and barrel; that ought to set it up again. ' 'Why,' said the smith, 'you had better have a new gun altogether
Large - ) Unrestrained by decorum; - said of language. ) Crossing the line of a ship's course in a favorable direction; - said of the wind when it is abeam, or between the beam and the quarter. ) Having more than usual power or capacity; having broad sympathies and generous impulses; comprehensive; - said of the mind and heart
Consume - 1: ἀναλίσκω (Strong's #355 — Verb — analisko — an-al-is'-ko ) "to use up, spend up, especially in a bad sense, to destroy," is said of the destruction of persons, (a) literally, Luke 9:54 and the RV marg. " ...
2: καταναλίσκω (Strong's #2654 — Verb — katanalisko — kat-an-al-is'-ko ) "to consume utterly, wholly" (kata, intensive), is said, in Hebrews 12:29 , of God as "a consuming fire. , "to cause to disappear, put out of sight," came to mean "to do away with" (a, negative, phaino, "to cause to appear"), said of the destructive work of moth and rust, Matthew 6:19,20 (RV, "consume," AV, "corrupt")
Pattee - ) Narrow at the inner, and very broad at the other, end, or having its arms of that shape; - said of a cross
Crestfallen - ) Having the crest, or upper part of the neck, hanging to one side; - said of a horse
Philetus - Amiable, with Hymenaeus, at Ephesus, said that the "resurrection was past already" (2 Timothy 2:17,18 )
Pentacid - ) Capable of neutralizing, or combining with, five molecules of a monobasic acid; having five hydrogen atoms capable of substitution by acid residues; - said of certain complex bases
Enmanche - ) Resembling, or covered with, a sleeve; - said of the chief when lines are drawn from the middle point of the upper edge upper edge to the sides
Considerable - ) Of some distinction; noteworthy; influential; respectable; - said of persons
Gloria in Excelsis Deo - The great doxology in the Mass beginning with the words sung by the angels at Christ's birth, said or sung after the "Kyrie" except in times of penance
Glory to God on High - The great doxology in the Mass beginning with the words sung by the angels at Christ's birth, said or sung after the "Kyrie" except in times of penance
Antimonious - ) Pertaining to, or derived from, antimony; - said of those compounds of antimony in which this element has an equivalence next lower than the highest; as, antimonious acid
Elopement - ) The act of eloping; secret departure; - said of a woman and a man, one or both, who run away from their homes for marriage or for cohabitation
Tangerine - It is said to have been produced in America from the mandarin
Tetramerous - ) Having four joints in each of the tarsi; - said of certain insects
Washed - ) Appearing as if overlaid with a thin layer of different color; - said of the colors of certain birds and insects
Membered - ) Having legs of a different tincture from that of the body; - said of a bird in heraldic representations
Old Wives' - 1: γραώδης (Strong's #1126 — Adjective — graodes — grah-o'-dace ) an adjective, signifying "old-womanish" (from graus, "an old woman"), is said of fables, in 1 Timothy 4:7
Tweedle - ) To handle lightly; - said with reference to awkward fiddling; hence, to influence as if by fiddling; to coax; to allure
Amen - "so be it"); response given after hearing a prayer or blessing and at certain points during the prayer service; expresses concurrence with what has just been said ...
Fair - ) Not overcast; cloudless; clear; pleasant; propitious; favorable; - said of the sky, weather, or wind, etc. ) Characterized by frankness, honesty, impartiality, or candor; open; upright; free from suspicion or bias; equitable; just; - said of persons, character, or conduct; as, a fair man; fair dealing; a fair statement. ) Pleasing; favorable; inspiring hope and confidence; - said of words, promises, etc. ) Free from obstacles or hindrances; unobstructed; unincumbered; open; direct; - said of a road, passage, etc. ) Without sudden change of direction or curvature; smooth; fowing; - said of the figure of a vessel, and of surfaces, water lines, and other lines
Cimmerian - ) Pertaining to the Cimmerii, a fabulous people, said to have lived, in very ancient times, in profound and perpetual darkness
Jeremai - Israelite condemned for foreign wife which Ezra said would lead Israel to worship foreign gods (Ezra 10:33 )
Chantry - A small chapel attached to a Parish Church where thedaily offices are said, e
Dibasic - ) Having two acid hydrogen atoms capable of replacement by basic atoms or radicals, in forming salts; bibasic; - said of acids, as oxalic or sulphuric acids
Aurous - ) Pertaining to, or derived from, gold; - said of those compounds of gold in which this element has its lower valence; as, aurous oxide
Broken-Backed - ) Hogged; so weakened in the frame as to droop at each end; - said of a ship
Associable - ) Liable to be affected by sympathy with other parts; - said of organs, nerves, muscles, etc
Broche - ) Stitched; - said of a book with no cover or only a paper one
Bunkum - ) Speech-making for the gratification of constituents, or to gain public applause; flattering talk for a selfish purpose; anything said for mere show
Apelles - said to have been afterward bishop of Smyrna
Pin-Eyed - ) Having the stigma visible at the throad of a gamopetalous corolla, while the stamens are concealed in the tube; - said of dimorphous flowers
Peltated - ) having the stem or support attached to the lower surface, instead of at the base or margin; - said of a leaf or other organ
Rechah - But how employed, or to what service the house of Rechah was engaged, is not said
Epigynous - ) Adnate to the surface of the ovary, so as to be apparently inserted upon the top of it; - said of stamens, petals, sepals, and also of the disk
Cone-in-Cone - ) Consisting of a series of parallel cones, each made up of many concentric cones closely packed together; - said of a kind of structure sometimes observed in sedimentary rocks
Eutectic - ) Of maximum fusibility; - said of an alloy or mixture which has the lowest melting point which it is possible to obtain by the combination of the given components
Contourne' - ) Turned in a direction which is not the usual one; - said of an animal turned to the sinister which is usually turned to the dexter, or the like
Flea-Bitten - ) White, flecked with minute dots of bay or sorrel; - said of the color of a horse
Viable - ) Capable of living; born alive and with such form and development of organs as to be capable of living; - said of a newborn, or a prematurely born, infant
Zincoid - ) Pertaining to, or resembling, zinc; - said of the electricity of the zincous plate in connection with a copper plate in a voltaic circle; also, designating the positive pole
Versicle - ) A little verse; especially, a short verse or text said or sung in public worship by the priest or minister, and followed by a response from the people
Rez-de-Chaussee - ) The ground story of a building, either on a level with the street or raised slightly above it; - said esp
Tube-Nosed - ) Having the nostrils prolonged in the form of horny tubes along the sides of the beak; - said of certain sea birds
Oosewinged - ) said of a fore-and-aft rigged vessel with foresail set on one side and mainsail on the other; wing and wing
Wishy-Washy - ) Thin and pale; weak; without strength or substance; - originally said of liquids
Overshot - ) Having the upper teeth projecting beyond the lower; - said of the jaws of some dogs
Testate - ) Having made and left a will; as, a person is said to die testate
Underglaze - ) Applied under the glaze, that is, before the glaze, that is, before the glaze is put on; fitted to be so applied; - said of colors in porcelain painting
Lav/Sium - It is said to have been discovered in pyrites, and some other minerals, and to be of a silver-white color, and malleable
World: Its Instability - Queen Elizabeth once said to a courtier, 'They pass best over the world who trip over it quickly; for it is but a bog: if we stop, we sink
Cosmically - ) With the sun at rising or setting; as, a star is said to rise or set cosmically when it rises or sets with the sun
Emblazon - ) To depict or represent; - said of heraldic bearings
Bearberry - ) A trailing plant of the heath family (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi), having leaves which are tonic and astringent, and glossy red berries of which bears are said to be fond
Self-Adjusting - ) Capable of assuming a desired position or condition with relation to other parts, under varying circumstances, without requiring to be adjusted by hand; - said of a piece in machinery
Firstling - ) The first produce or offspring; - said of animals, especially domestic animals; as, the firstlings of his flock
Ribbed - ) Intercalated with slate; - said of a seam of coal
Poecilitic - ) Mottled with various colors; variegated; spotted; - said of certain rocks
Fimbriated - ) Having a very narrow border of another tincture; - said esp
Adscript - ) Held to service as attached to the soil; - said of feudal serfs
Flambe - ) Decorated by glaze splashed or irregularly spread upon the surface, or apparently applied at the top and allowed to run down the sides; - said of pieces of Chinese porcelain
Forereach - ) To advance or gain upon; - said of a vessel that gains upon another when sailing closehauled
Watteau - ) Having the appearance of that which is seen in pictures by Antoine Watteau, a French painter of the eighteenth century; - said esp
Radiate-Veined - ) Having the principal veins radiating, or diverging, from the apex of the petiole; - said of such leaves as those of the grapevine, most maples, and the castor-oil plant
Skewbald - said of horses
Lean-Faced - ) slender or narrow; - said of type the letters of which have thin lines, or are unusually narrow in proportion to their height
Spider - It is said of the wicked by Isaiah that they "weave the spider's web" (59:5), i. " It may, however, represent the spider, of which there are, it is said, about seven hundred species in Palestine
Sin: Its Hardening Effects - Preston tells us of a professor who on one occasion was found drunk, and when much depressed on account of his folly, the devil said to him, by way of temptation, 'Do it again, do it again; for,' said he, 'the grief you feel about it now you will never feel any more if you commit the sin again
Politic - ) Sagacious in promoting a policy; ingenious in devising and advancing a system of management; devoted to a scheme or system rather than to a principle; hence, in a good sense, wise; prudent; sagacious; and in a bad sense, artful; unscrupulous; cunning; - said of persons. ) Pertaining to, or promoting, a policy, especially a national policy; well-devised; adapted to its end, whether right or wrong; - said of things; as, a politic treaty
Overreach - ) To strike the toe of the hind foot against the heel or shoe of the forefoot; - said of horses. ) The act of striking the heel of the fore foot with the toe of the hind foot; - said of horses
Adonai - (Psalms 110:1) The Lord said unto my Lord. The words in the original are, JEHOVAH said unto my Adonai
Breath - " (Lamentations 4:20) And hence, when the Lord Jesus, after his resurrection, imparted to his disciples the gracious influences of his Spirit, it is said, that "he breathed on them, and said, Receive ye the Holy Ghost
Catenulate - ) Chainlike; - said both or color marks and of indentations when arranged like the links of a chain, as on shells, etc
Roof - 1: στέγη (Strong's #4721 — Noun Feminine — stege — steg'-ay ) "a covering" (stego, "to cover"), denotes "a roof," Mark 2:4 ; said of entering a house, Matthew 8:8 ; Luke 7:6
Septifragal - ) Breaking from the partitions; - said of a method of dehiscence in which the valves of a pod break away from the partitions, and these remain attached to the common axis
Cadmean - ) Of or pertaining to Cadmus, a fabulous prince of Thebes, who was said to have introduced into Greece the sixteen simple letters of the alphabet - /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /, /
Bromic - ) Of, pertaining to, or containing, bromine; - said of those compounds of bromine in which this element has a valence of five, or the next to its highest; as, bromic acid
Facade - Thus a church is said to have its facade unfinished, though the interior may be in use
Jegar-Sahadutha - The name said to have been given by Laban to the cairn erected on the occasion of the compact between him and Jacob ( Genesis 31:47 )
Pitch-Faced - ) Having the arris defined by a line beyond which the rock is cut away, so as to give nearly true edges; - said of squared stones that are otherwise quarry-faced
Enfiled - ) Having some object, as the head of a man or beast, impaled upon it; as, a sword which is said to be "enfiled of" the thing which it pierces
Foxed - ) Discolored or stained; - said of timber, and also of the paper of books or engravings
Scutiped - ) Having the anterior surface of the tarsus covered with scutella, or transverse scales, in the form of incomplete bands terminating at a groove on each side; - said of certain birds
Unassented - ) Not assented; - said specif
Sackbut - ) A brass wind instrument, like a bass trumpet, so contrived that it can be lengthened or shortened according to the tone required; - said to be the same as the trombone
Ungual - ) Having a nail, claw, or hoof attached; - said of certain bones of the feet
Trammeled - ) Having blazes, or white marks, on the fore and hind foot of one side, as if marked by trammels; - said of a horse
Monoclinic - ) Having one oblique intersection; - said of that system of crystallization in which the vertical axis is inclined to one, but at right angles to the other, lateral axis
el-Bethel - The name which Jacob is said to have given to the scene of his vision on his way back from Paddau-aram, Genesis 35:7 (P el-Beth'el - (the God of Bethel ), the name which Jacob is said to have bestowed on the place at which God appeared to him when he was flying from Esau
Haze'Rim - The Avim, or more accurately the Avvim, are said to have lived "in the villages (Authorized Version 'Hazerim') as far as Gaza," (2:23) before their expulsion by the Caphtorim
Seer - " (1 Samuel 9:9) I think it is very remarkable, however, that there is this striking difference between the two names, in that we find the word seer made use of as being the king's seer, but when the name of prophet is used, it is said "the prophet of the Lord. " Thus of Samuel it is said that"all Israel, from Dan even to Beersheba, knew that Samuel was established to be a prophet of the Lord. " (1 Samuel 3:20) But concerning the name of seer, we find frequent mention made of this character, not as the Lord's seer, but the king's; thus Gad is called the prophet Gad, but expressly said to be David's seer; (see 2 Samuel 24:11) So Heman is called the king's seer, though he is not said to have been a prophet of the Lord
Silvanus, Solitary of Sinai - A wandering ascetic seeing all the brethren working very diligently said to them, "Labour not for the meat which perisheth; Mary chose the better part. " Silvanus over-hearing this said, "Give a book to the brother and lead him to an empty cell. At last, wearied and hungry, he sought Silvanus, and said, "Father, the brethren have not eaten to-day. " "And why," said the other, "did you not send for me?" "Because," responded Silvanus, "thou art a spiritual man, and dost not require food; but we are carnal and wish to eat, and therefore are compelled to work
Chloric - ) Pertaining to, or obtained from, chlorine; - said of those compounds of chlorine in which this element has a valence of five, or the next to its highest; as, chloric acid, HClO3
Angelus - It is said at morning, noon, and evening, at the sound of a bell
Triacid - ) Capable of neutralizing three molecules of a monobasic acid or the equivalent; having three hydrogen atoms which may be acid radicals; - said of certain bases; thus, glycerin is a triacid base
Sgraffito - ) Scratched; - said of decorative painting of a certain style, in which a white overland surface is cut or scratched through, so as to form the design from a dark ground underneath
Complin - ) The last division of the Roman Catholic breviary; the seventh and last of the canonical hours of the Western church; the last prayer of the day, to be said after sunset
Casehardened - ) Hardened against, or insusceptible to, good influences; rendered callous by persistence in wrongdoing or resistance of good influences; - said of persons
Embolic - ) Pushing or growing in; - said of a kind of invagination
Calve - ) To throw off fragments which become icebergs; - said of a glacier
Trivalent - ) Having a valence of three; capable of being combined with, substituted for, or compared with, three atoms of hydrogen; - said of triad atoms or radicals; thus, nitrogen is trivalent in ammonia
Operculated - ) Having an operculum, or an apparatus for protecting the gills; - said of shells and of fishes
Requiem - ) A mass said or sung for the repose of a departed soul
Monobasic - ) Capable of being neutralized by a univalent base or basic radical; having but one acid hydrogen atom to be replaced; - said of acids; as, acetic, nitric, and hydrochloric acids are monobasic
Monomerous - ) Having but one joint; - said of the foot of certain insects
Mannish - ) Fond of men; - said of a woman
Wind-Rode - ) Caused to ride or drive by the wind in opposition to the course of the tide; - said of a vessel lying at anchor, with wind and tide opposed to each other
Rose-Cut - ) Cut flat on the reverse, and with a convex face formed of triangular facets in rows; - said of diamonds and other precious stones
Certainly - He said, I will certainly return to thee
Thomas - He comes prominently before us on two significant occasions: once when he said to the Lord, "We know not whither thou goest, and how can we know the way?" The Lord replied, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. Also when he said that he would not believe that the Lord had risen until he had ocular demonstration as to His wounds; but when he saw the Lord, he at once confessed Him as "My Lord and my God. He was not with the other disciples when the Lord breathed into them, and said, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost;" and thus he may be taken as a type of the future remnant of the Jews, who will not believe till they see their Messiah
Creator - Of the Son of God it is said, "all things were created by him and for him. The Psalmist devoutly said, "Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker," Psalm 95:6 ; whereas of the wicked it is said, "Woe unto him that striveth with his Maker
Kadesh-Barnea - And in this sense the name was well-termed, and may be said of the church always on earth. Oh! that our journeyings might be ever to Kadesh, and always as Kadesh; for surely Moses said, so in Jesus it may be said of the church now, "ye are an holy people unto the Lord thy God
Anastigmatic - ) Not astigmatic; - said esp
Vesbium - It is said by Scacchi to have been extracted from a yellowish incrustation from the cracks of a Vesuvian lava erupted in 1631
Clockwise - ) Like the motion of the hands of a clock; - said of that direction of a rotation about an axis, or about a point in a plane, which is ordinarily reckoned negative
Orot makifim - "cncompassing Lights"); the Divine emanations or effluence of an infinite order which cannot be confined within limited creatures, and thus are said to encompass them, albeit in a pervasive and transcendent manner ...
Plagal - ) Having a scale running from the dominant to its octave; - said of certain old church modes or tunes, as opposed to those called authentic, which ran from the tonic to its octave
Quadrivalent - ) Having a valence of four; capable of combining with, being replaced by, or compared with, four monad atoms; tetravalent; - said of certain atoms and radicals; thus, carbon and silicon are quadrivalent elements
Danewort - Perfoliate - ) Having the basal part produced around the stem; - said of leaves which the stem apparently passes directory through
Quod - ) Quoth; said
Enchoric - ) Belonging to, or used in, a country; native; domestic; popular; common; - said especially of the written characters employed by the common people of ancient Egypt, in distinction from the hieroglyphics
Tommy Atkins - Any white regular soldier of the British army; also, such soldiers collectively; - said to be fictitious name inserted in the models given to soldiers to guide them in filling out account blanks, etc
Mezzo-Soprano - ) Having a medium compass between the soprano and contralto; - said of the voice of a female singer
Medusoid - ) Like a medusa; having the fundamental structure of a medusa, but without a locomotive disk; - said of the sessile gonophores of hydroids
Aback - ) Backward against the mast; - said of the sails when pressed by the wind
Jumelle - ) Twin; paired; - said of various objects made or formed in pairs, as a binocular opera glass, a pair of gimmal rings, etc
Cathay - ) China; - an old name for the Celestial Empire, said have been introduced by Marco Polo and to be a corruption of the Tartar name for North China (Khitai, the country of the Khitans
Apeak - The anchor in apeak, when the cable has been sufficiently hove in to bring the ship over it, and the ship is them said to be hove apeak
Beadroll - ) A catalogue of persons, for the rest of whose souls a certain number of prayers are to be said or counted off on the beads of a chaplet; hence, a catalogue in general
Backhand - ) Sloping from left to right; - said of handwriting
Auric - ) Pertaining to, or derived from, gold; - said of those compounds of gold in which this element has its higher valence; as, auric oxide; auric chloride
Polybasic - ) Capable of neutralizing, or of combining with, several molecules of a monacid base; having several hydrogen atoms capable of being replaced by basic radicals; - said of certain acids; as, sulphuric acid is polybasic
Aceldama - ) The potter's field, said to have lain south of Jerusalem, purchased with the bribe which Judas took for betraying his Master, and therefore called the field of blood
Acclimatize - ) To inure or habituate to a climate different from that which is natural; to adapt to the peculiarities of a foreign or strange climate; said of man, the inferior animals, or plants
Pancratic - ) Having all or many degrees of power; having a great range of power; - said of an eyepiece made adjustable so as to give a varying magnifying power
Propagable - ) Capable of being spread or extended by any means; - said of tenets, doctrines, or principles
Feather-Edged/ - ) Having a feather-edge; also, having one edge thinner than the other, as a board; - in the United States, said only of stuff one edge of which is made as thin as practicable
Arabici - It is said that Origen convinced them of their error, and that they then abjured it
Missal - The Romish mass-book, containing the several masses to be said on particular days
Tungsten Steel - Magnets made of it are said to be highly permanent
Rim-Fire - ) Having the percussion fulminate in a rim surrounding the base, distinguished from center-fire; - said of cartridges; also, using rim-fire cartridges; as, a rim-fire gun
Organoleptic - ) Making an impression upon an organ; plastic; - said of the effect or impression produced by any substance on the organs of touch, taste, or smell, and also on the organism as a whole
Vertebrarterial - ) Of or pertaining to a vertebrae and an artery; - said of the foramina in the transverse processes of cervical vertebrae and of the canal which they form for the vertebral artery and vein
Unicursal - ) That can be passed over in a single course; - said of a curve when the coordinates of the point on the curve can be expressed as rational algebraic functions of a single parameter /
Octostyle - ) Having eight columns in the front; - said of a temple or portico
Officinal - ) Kept in stock by apothecaries; - said of such drugs and medicines as may be obtained without special preparation or compounding; not magistral
Violine - ) A pale yellow amorphous substance of alkaloidal nature and emetic properties, said to have been extracted from the root and foliage of the violet (Viola)
Occlude - ) To take in and retain; to absorb; - said especially with respect to gases; as iron, platinum, and palladium occlude large volumes of hydrogen
Adonizedek - The lord of Zedek: supposed to, have been one of the ancient names of Jerusalem; and which is said to have had four: Salem, Jebus, Zedek, (or Justice) and Jerusalem
Lick - 1: ἐπιλείπω (Strong's #1952 — Verb — epileicho — ep-ee-li'-po ) "to lick over" (epi, "over," leicho, "to lick"), is said of the dogs in Luke 16:21
Gospel (Simple): the Need of the Wisest - ' 'What!' said Bengel, 'a divinity student, and not able to communicate a word of scriptural comfort!' The student, abashed, contrived to utter the text, 'The blood of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, cleanseth us from all sin. ' 'That is the very word I want,' said Bengel, 'it is quite enough,' and taking him affectionately by the hand dismissed him
Curry - ) To dress or prepare for use by a process of scraping, cleansing, beating, smoothing, and coloring; - said of leather. ) To beat or bruise; to drub; - said of persons
Reformed - ) Corrected; amended; restored to purity or excellence; said, specifically, of the whole body of Protestant churches originating in the Reformation. ) Retained in service on half or full pay after the disbandment of the company or troop; - said of an officer
Economical - ) Managing with frugality; guarding against waste or unnecessary expense; careful and frugal in management and in expenditure; - said of character or habits. ) Managed with frugality; not marked with waste or extravagance; frugal; - said of acts; saving; as, an economical use of money or of time
Abiel - That this is the most probable genealogy is confirmed by Ner being said to be Saul's uncle, 1 Samuel 9:1 ; 1 Samuel 14:50,51 ; though in 1 Chronicles 8:33 ; 1 Chronicles 9:39 , Saul is said to be the son of Kish, the son of Ner
Deusdedit, Saint, Pope - He is said to have been the first to use bullae or leaden seals for pontifical documents, whence the name Bulls
Diaconicum - ...
(3) Prayers for peace, said by the deacon before the people
Sirion - The name said to he given by the Zidonians to Mt
Moth - In Job 4:19 man is said to be "crushed before the moth"—that is, more easily than the moth
Carburize - ) To combine with carbon or a carbon compound; - said esp
Bequeath - ) To give or leave by will; to give by testament; - said especially of personal property
Primrose League - So called because primrose was (erroneously, it is said) taken to be the favorite flower of the Conservative statesman Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield
Quadrable - ) That may be sqyared, or reduced to an equivalent square; - said of a surface when the area limited by a curve can be exactly found, and expressed in a finite number of algebraic terms
Saltirewise - ) In the manner of a saltire; - said especially of the blazoning of a shield divided by two lines drawn in the direction of a bend and a bend sinister, and crossing at the center
Dipteral - ) Having a double row of columns on each on the flanks, as well as in front and rear; - said of a temple
Scutellated - ) Having the tarsi covered with broad transverse scales, or scutella; - said of certain birds
Siphonostomatous - ) Having the front edge of the aperture of the shell prolonged in the shape of a channel for the protection of the siphon; - said of certain gastropods
Eavesdropping - ) The habit of lurking about dwelling houses, and other places where persons meet fro private intercourse, secretly listening to what is said, and then tattling it abroad
Allotrophic - ) Dependent upon other organisms for nutrition; heterotrophic; - said of plants unable to perform photosynthesis, as all saprophytes; - opposed to autotrophic
Herborize - ) To form the figures of plants in; - said in reference to minerals
Zaph(e)Nath-p(a)Aneah - (zaf ee nath-pan ee' ah) Personal name meaning, “the god has said, “he will' live
Mission - Thus Jesus Christ gave his disciples their mission, when he said, "go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature
Tetrabasic - ) Capable of neutralizing four molecules of a monacid base; having four hydrogen atoms capable of replacement by bases; quadribasic; - said of certain acids; thus, normal silicic acid, Si(OH)4, is a tetrabasic acid
Tetracid - ) Capable of neutralizing four molecules of a monobasic acid; having four hydrogen atoms capable of replacement ba acids or acid atoms; - said of certain bases; thus, erythrine, C4H6(OH)4, is a tetracid alcohol
Wedge-Tailed - ) Having a tail which has the middle pair of feathers longest, the rest successively and decidedly shorter, and all more or less attenuate; - said of certain birds
Triparted - ) Parted into three piece; having three parts or pieces; - said of the field or of a bearing; as, a cross triparted
Wamble - ) To heave; to be disturbed by nausea; - said of the stomach
Condone - , to forgive for a violation of the marriage law; - said of either the husband or the wife
Adeodatus i, Saint, Pope - He is said to have been the first to use bullae or leaden seals for pontifical documents, whence the name Bulls
Jehovistic - ) Relating to, or containing, Jehovah, as a name of God; - said of certain parts of the Old Testament, especially of the Pentateuch, in which Jehovah appears as the name of the Deity
Cleche - ) Charged with another bearing of the same figure, and of the color of the field, so large that only a narrow border of the first bearing remains visible; - said of any heraldic bearing
Terse - ) Refined; accomplished; - said of persons
Beget - ) To procreate, as a father or sire; to generate; - commonly said of the father
Festum Simplex - The Office is said in a very simple form, with the psalms of the three nocturnes recited in one nocturne only
Feast, Simple - The Office is said in a very simple form, with the psalms of the three nocturnes recited in one nocturne only
Tar'Tak - ( 2 Kings 17:31 ) According to rabbinical tradition, Tartak is said to have been worshipped under the form of an ass
Awash - ) Washed by the waves or tide; - said of a rock or strip of shore, or (Naut
Heterodromous - ) Moving in opposite directions; - said of a lever, pulley, etc
Caperberry - ) The small olive-shaped berry of the European and Oriental caper, said to be used in pickles and as a condiment
Hoarse - ) Harsh; grating; discordant; - said of any sound
Ephphatha - ” When Jesus had said it, the individual was healed
Anime - ) Of a different tincture from the animal itself; - said of the eyes of a rapacious animal
Palpitate - ) To beat rapidly and more strongly than usual; to throb; to bound with emotion or exertion; to pulsate violently; to flutter; - said specifically of the heart when its action is abnormal, as from excitement
Fondu - ) Blending; passing into each other by subtle gradations; - said of colors or of the surface or material on which the colors are laid
Sinistral - ) Having the whorls of the spire revolving or rising to the left; reversed; - said of certain spiral shells
Premier - ) Most ancient; - said of the peer bearing the oldest title of his degree
Advert - ...
To turn the mind or attention to to regard, observe, or notice: with to as, he adverted to what was said, or to a circumstance that occurred
Epigene - ) Foreign; unnatural; unusual; - said of forms of crystals not natural to the substances in which they are found
Tribasic - ) Capable of neutralizing three molecules of a monacid base, or their equivalent; having three hydrogen atoms capable of replacement by basic elements on radicals; - said of certain acids; thus, citric acid is a tribasic acid
Decussate - ) To cross at an acute angle; to cut or divide in the form of X; to intersect; - said of lines in geometrical figures, rays of light, nerves, etc
Raduated - ) Tapered; - said of a bird's tail when the outer feathers are shortest, and the others successively longer
Morocco - ) A fine kind of leather, prepared commonly from goatskin (though an inferior kind is made of sheepskin), and tanned with sumac and dyed of various colors; - said to have been first made by the Moors
Undershot - ) Moved by water passing beneath; - said of a water wheel, and opposed to overshot; as, an undershot wheel
Lyrical - ) Fitted to be sung to the lyre; hence, also, appropriate for song; - said especially of poetry which expresses the individual emotions of the poet
Simple Feast - The Office is said in a very simple form, with the psalms of the three nocturnes recited in one nocturne only
Reins - The Hebrews often make the reins the seat of the affections, and ascribe to them knowledge, joy, pain, pleasure; hence in Scripture it is said that God searches the heart and tries the reins
Ligure - Probably the same with the jacinth, a stone in the high priest's breastplate, Exodus 28:19 ; 39:12 , said to have been of a deep and brilliant red color, with a tinge of yellow, and transparent
Brethren And Clerks of the Common Life - Augustin, and were said to be eminently useful in promoting the cause of religion and learning
Freemason - ) One of an ancient and secret association or fraternity, said to have been at first composed of masons or builders in stone, but now consisting of persons who are united for social enjoyment and mutual assistance
Semidouble - ) Having the outermost stamens converted into petals, while the inner ones remain perfect; - said of a flower
Epiklesis - (Greek: invocation) ...
Prayer to the Holy Ghost said by the celebrant after the words of Consecration in the Mass, occurring in all the liturgies of the East and considered essential to the validity of the Eucharistic sacrifice ...
bo Tree - , the very ancient tree standing at Anurajahpoora in Ceylon, grown from a slip of the tree under which Gautama is said to have received the heavenly light and so to have become Buddha
Flageolet - It produces a shrill sound, softer than of the piccolo flute, and is said to have superseded the old recorder
Barbed - ) Accoutered with defensive armor; - said of a horse
Couchant - ) Lying down with the head raised, which distinguishes the posture of couchant from that of dormant, or sleeping; - said of a lion or other beast
Therapeutae - ) A name given to certain ascetics said to have anciently dwelt in the neighborhood of Alexandria
Decentralize - said of authority, or the administration of public affairs
Vector - Vectors are said to be equal when their directions are the same their magnitudes equal
a Cappella - ...
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In church or chapel style; - said of compositions sung in the old church style, without instrumental accompaniment; as, a mass a capella, i
Undifferentiated - ), homogenous, or nearly so; - said especially of young or embryonic tissues which have not yet undergone differentiation (see Differentiation, 3), that is, which show no visible separation into their different structural parts
Landlocked - ) Confined to a fresh-water lake by reason of waterfalls or dams; - said of fishes that would naturally seek the sea, after spawning; as, the landlocked salmon
Idols - 1: κατείδωλος (Strong's #2712 — Adjective — kateidolos — kat-i'-do-los ) an adjective denoting "full of idols" (kata, "throughout," and eidolon), is said of Athens in Acts 17:16 , RV, and AV, marg
Convex - ) Rising or swelling into a spherical or rounded form; regularly protuberant or bulging; - said of a spherical surface or curved line when viewed from without, in opposition to concave
Dolbeau, Jean - He celebrated the first Mass said in Quebec and built the first Recollect monastery there
Jean Dolbeau - He celebrated the first Mass said in Quebec and built the first Recollect monastery there
Bonnaz - ) A kind of embroidery made with a complicated sewing machine, said to have been originally invented by a Frenchman of the name of Bonnaz
Excito-Motory - ) Exciting motion; - said of that portion of the nervous system concerned in reflex actions, by which impressions are transmitted to a nerve center and then reflected back so as to produce muscular contraction without sensation or volition
Self-Registering - ) Registering itself; - said of any instrument so contrived as to record its own indications of phenomena, whether continuously or at stated times, as at the maxima and minima of variations; as, a self-registering anemometer or barometer
Harefoot - ) A long, narrow foot, carried (that is, produced or extending) forward; - said of dogs
Quid - ) To drop from the mouth, as food when partially chewed; - said of horses
Attalus - He was one of the kings to whom the Roman Senate is said to have written in support of the Jews in the time of Simon the Maccabee ( 1Ma 15:22 )
February - ) The second month in the year, said to have been introduced into the Roman calendar by Numa
Putrid - ) Tending to decomposition or decay; decomposed; rotten; - said of animal or vegetable matter; as, putrid flesh
Ahzai - Sometimes said to be same as Jahzerah (1 Chronicles 9:12 )
Tandem - ) One after another; - said especially of horses harnessed and driven one before another, instead of abreast
Voiced - ) Uttered with voice; pronounced with vibrations of the vocal cords; sonant; - said of a sound uttered with the glottis narrowed
Many-Sided - ) Having many sides; - said of figures
Rama - The place where Rachel was said to be 'weeping for her children
Mechanico-Chemical - ) Pertaining to, connected with, or dependent upon, both mechanics and chemistry; - said especially of those sciences which treat of such phenomena as seem to depend on the laws both of mechanics and chemistry, as electricity and magnetism
Eshbaal - For Meribbaal, they said Mephibosheth, etc
Bible: to be Read With Delight - Hone said, 'Well, my little girl, you are getting your task?' 'No, sir, I am not,' she replied,' I am reading the Bible. ' 'Yes,' said he, 'you are getting your task out of the Bible?' 'Oh, no,' she replied, 'it is no task to read the Bible; I love the Bible. ' 'And why do you love the Bible?' said he
Sell - 25:31: “And Jacob said, Sell me this day thy birthright. Frequently it is said that God “sold” Israel into the power of her enemies, meaning that He gave them over entirely into their hands ( said that “the Lord shall sell Sisera into the hand of a woman” ( Ear - Of Christ also it is said, "mine ears hast thou opened. "He that hath ears to hear, let him hear" was said by the Lord to His hearers, and to each of the seven churches in Asia, and also said when the beast, representing the future Roman power, is worshipped, signifying that a spiritual discernment was needed to catch the meaning of what was uttered
Civil - ) Subject to government; reduced to order; civilized; not barbarous; - said of the community. ) Performing the duties of a citizen; obedient to government; - said of an individual
Thaw - ) To melt, dissolve, or become fluid; to soften; - said of that which is frozen; as, the ice thaws. ) To become so warm as to melt ice and snow; - said in reference to the weather, and used impersonally
Agabus - In the former passage it is said that Agabus "signified by the Spirit" that there should be great dearth; and in the latter he said, "Thus saith the Holy Ghost," plainly showing that the prophetic spirit in man was under the immediate guidance of the Holy Spirit, who now dwells in the Christian, to explain to him what was given to the prophets
Copse - ) To trim or cut; - said of small trees, brushwood, tufts of grass, etc
Polyacid - ) Capable of neutralizing, or of combining with, several molecules of a monobasic acid; having more than one hydrogen atom capable of being replaced by acid radicals; - said of certain bases; as, calcium hydrate and glycerin are polyacid bases
Picked - ) Having a pike or spine on the back; - said of certain fishes
Old Time - The Lord referred to what was said to 'the ancients' by Moses
Engouled - ) Partly swallowed; disappearing in the jaws of anything; as, an infant engouled by a serpent; said also of an ordinary, when its two ends to issue from the mouths of lions, or the like; as, a bend engouled
Ymnosophist - ) One of a sect of philosophers, said to have been found in India by Alexander the Great, who went almost naked, denied themselves the use of flesh, renounced bodily pleasures, and employed themselves in the contemplation of nature
Opodeldoc - ) A kind of plaster, said to have been invented by Mindererus, - used for external injuries
Jim Crow - A negro; - said to be so called from a popular negro song and dance, the refrain of which is "Wheel about and turn about and jump Jim Crow," produced in 1835 by T
Jim Crow - A negro; - said to be so called from a popular negro song and dance, the refrain of which is "Wheel about and turn about and jump Jim Crow," produced in 1835 by T
Bud - 1: βλαστάνω (Strong's #985 — Verb — blastano — blas-tan'-o ) "to bud," is said of Aaron's rod, Hebrews 9:14 ; "spring up," Matthew 13:26 ; Mark 4:27 ; elsewhere, in James 5:18
Lean-to - ) Having only one slope or pitch; - said of a roof
Laughter - ...
I said of laughter, it is mad
Cleistogamous - ) Having, beside the usual flowers, other minute, closed flowers, without petals or with minute petals; - said of certain species of plants which possess flowers of two or more kinds, the closed ones being so constituted as to insure self-fertilization
Courant - ) Represented as running; - said of a beast borne in a coat of arms
Seth - His mother gave him this name, "for God," said she, "hath appointed me Shudder - 1: φρίσσω (Strong's #5425 — Verb — phrisso — fris'-so ) primarily, "to be rough, to bristle," then, "to shiver, shudder, tremble," is said of demons, James 2:19 , RV, "shudder" (AV, "tremble")
Satanians - It is said, among other things that they believed the devil to be extremely powerful, and that it was much wiser to respect and adore than to curse him
Boomer - ) A North American rodent, so named because it is said to make a booming noise
Hashem - ” Father of some of David's heroes (1 Chronicles 11:34 ) and said to be a Gizonite
Magbish - An unknown town, presumably in Benjamin, whose ‘children’ to the number of 156 are said to have returned from the Exile ( Ezra 2:30 ); omitted in the parallel passage Nehemiah 7:33 , perhaps identical with Magpiash of Nehemiah 10:20
Commendam - A living so held was said to be held in commendam
Extrinsic - ) Attached partly to an organ or limb and partly to some other part/ - said of certain groups of muscles
Sosipater - ” He is said to be a kinsman (a Jew) of Paul who sent greetings to Rome (Romans 16:21 )
Deadbeat - ) Making a beat without recoil; giving indications by a single beat or excursion; - said of galvanometers and other instruments in which the needle or index moves to the extent of its deflection and stops with little or no further oscillation
Parfocal - ) With the lower focal points all in the same plane; - said of sets of eyepieces so mounted that they may be interchanged without varying the focus of the instrument (as a microscope or telescope) with which they are used
Adnate - ) Growing together; - said only of organic cohesion of unlike parts
Doublethreaded - ) Having two screw threads instead of one; - said of a screw in which the pitch is equal to twice the distance between the centers of adjacent threads
Displayed - ) With wings expanded; - said of a bird of pray, esp
Quartered - ) Quarter-sawed; - said of timber, commonly oak
Patrial - ) Derived from the name of a country, and designating an inhabitant of the country; gentile; - said of a noun
Preen - ) To dress with, or as with, a preen; to trim or dress with the beak, as the feathers; - said of birds
Debouch - ) To issue; - said of a stream passing from a gorge out into an open valley or a plain
Disaffirm - ) To assert the contrary of; to contradict; to deny; - said of that which has been asserted
Enclitical - ) Affixed; subjoined; - said of a word or particle which leans back upon the preceding word so as to become a part of it, and to lose its own independent accent, generally varying also the accent of the preceding word
Elope - ) To run away, or escape privately, from the place or station to which one is bound by duty; - said especially of a woman or a man, either married or unmarried, who runs away with a paramour or a sweetheart
Dilatory - ) Marked by procrastination or delay; tardy; slow; sluggish; - said of actions or measures
Cartilaginous - ) Having the skeleton in the state of cartilage, the bones containing little or no calcareous matter; said of certain fishes, as the sturgeon and the sharks
Equitant - ) Overlapping each other; - said of leaves whose bases are folded so as to overlap and bestride the leaves within or above them, as in the iris
Austremonius, Saint - Apostle of Auvergne, c314He is said to have been first Bishop of Clermont, but more probably was a contemporary of the three bishops of Aquitaine who attended the Council of Arles, 314
Shibboleth - ) The Ephraimites, unable to pronounce the aspirate (as indeed the Greeks also have no "sh" sound), said Sibboleth, and so were detected by the Gileadites under Jephthah at the passage of Jordan (Judges 12:6)
Iberians - Their tenets are said to be the same with those of the Greek church; which see
Heterogeneous - ) Differing in kind; having unlike qualities; possessed of different characteristics; dissimilar; - opposed to homogeneous, and said of two or more connected objects, or of a conglomerate mass, considered in respect to the parts of which it is made up
Ymnastical - ) Pertaining to athletic exercises intended for health, defense, or diversion; - said of games or exercises, as running, leaping, wrestling, throwing the discus, the javelin, etc
Turreted - ), having the whorls somewhat flattened on the upper side and often ornamented by spines or tubercles; - said of certain spiral shells
Reversible - ) Hence, having a pattern or finished surface on both sides, so that either may be used; - said of fabrics
Unappealable - ) Not to be appealed from; - said of a judge or a judgment that can not be overruled
Oared - ) Totipalmate; - said of the feet of certain birds
Radatory - ) Suitable for walking; - said of the limbs of an animal when adapted for walking on land
Lydian - ) Of or pertaining to Lydia, a country of Asia Minor, or to its inhabitants; hence, soft; effeminate; - said especially of one of the ancient Greek modes or keys, the music in which was of a soft, pathetic, or voluptuous character
Thoroughbred - ) Bred from the best blood through a long line; pure-blooded; - said of stock, as horses
Tacky - ) Sticky; adhesive; raw; - said of paint, varnish, etc
Rite, Ruthenian - It is said in the old Slavonic language, the ancient tongue of the Ruthenians
Ruthenian Rite - It is said in the old Slavonic language, the ancient tongue of the Ruthenians
Teilo, Bishop of Llandaff - He opened a school near Llandaff, called Bangor Deilo, and on account of his proficiency in the Scriptures is said to have received the name Elios or Eliud. by Rees, 623) he is said to have become bp. ]'>[1]...
Returning from Armorica after a stay, as is said, of 7 years and 7 months, he found St. Teilo is said to have been elected to the vacant chair as archbp. He is said to have died at a very advanced age
High-Pressure - ) Having or involving a pressure greatly exceeding that of the atmosphere; - said of steam, air, water, etc
Anadromous - ) Tending upwards; - said of terns in which the lowest secondary segments are on the upper side of the branch of the central stem
Contradiction - ) An assertion of the contrary to what has been said or affirmed; denial of the truth of a statement or assertion; contrary declaration; gainsaying
Passant - ) Walking; - said of any animal on an escutcheon, which is represented as walking with the dexter paw raised
Conacre - ) To underlet a portion of, for a single crop; - said of a farm
Fisherman, the - Our Lord said He would make them fishers of men (Luke 5); this term designates especially their chief, Peter, and his successors
Effrontes - They are likewise said to have denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit
Booted - ) Having an undivided, horny, bootlike covering; - said of the tarsus of some birds
Sepulchral - ) Unnaturally low and grave; hollow in tone; - said of sound, especially of the voice
Boston - ) A game at cards, played by four persons, with two packs of fifty-two cards each; - said to be so called from Boston, Massachusetts, and to have been invented by officers of the French army in America during the Revolutionary war
Emeritus - ) Honorably discharged from the performance of public duty on account of age, infirmity, or long and faithful services; - said of an officer of a college or pastor of a church
Bartimaeus - Jesus said his faith had made him whole
Silla - (ssihl' law) The house of Millo in which King Joash was murdered by his servants was said to be “on the way that goes down to Silla” (2 Kings 12:20 NRSV)
Mephaath - it is said to have been the station of a Roman garrison
Pen - Psalm 45:1 (a) As the pen writes upon the parchment, so David said that his tongue would write upon the hearts and memories of others
Pluperfect - ) More than perfect; past perfect; - said of the tense which denotes that an action or event was completed at or before the time of another past action or event
Aceldama - ...
A field said to have laid south of Jerusalem, the same as the potters field, purchased with the bribe which Judas took for betraying his master, and therefore called the field of blood
Phenice - The haven is said in the A
Discrete - ) Separate; not coalescent; - said of things usually coalescent
Equipoise - ) Equality of weight or force; hence, equilibrium; a state in which the two ends or sides of a thing are balanced, and hence equal; state of being equally balanced; - said of moral, political, or social interests or forces
Anthropomorphites - A sect of ancient heretics, who, taking every thing spoken of God in the scripture in a literal sense, particularly that passage of Genesis in which it is said, "God made man after his own image, " maintained that God had a human shape
Water-Logged - ) Filled or saturated with water so as to be heavy, unmanageable, or loglike; - said of a vessel, when, by receiving a great quantity of water into her hold, she has become so heavy as not to be manageable by the helm
Conformable - ) Parallel, or nearly so; - said of strata in contact
Triatomic - ) Having three atoms; - said of certain elements or radicals
Repousse - ) Ornamented with patterns in relief made by pressing or hammering on the reverse side; - said of thin metal, or of a vessel made of thin metal
Haloid - ) Resembling salt; - said of certain binary compounds consisting of a metal united to a negative element or radical, and now chiefly applied to the chlorides, bromides, iodides, and sometimes also to the fluorides and cyanides
Outcrop - ) To come out to the surface of the ground; - said of strata
Asp - 1: ἀσπίς (Strong's #785 — Noun Masculine — aspis — as-pece' ) "a small and very venomous serpent," the bite of which is fatal, unless the part affected is at once cut away, in Romans 3:13 is said, metaphorically, of the conversation of the ungodly
Rosewood - The finest kind is from Brazil, and is said to be from the Dalbergia nigra
Lacial - ) Resembling ice; having the appearance and consistency of ice; - said of certain solid compounds; as, glacial phosphoric or acetic acids
Saddle-Shaped - ) Bent on each side of a mountain or ridge, without being broken at top; - said of strata
Quicunque Vult - " The Athanasian Creed is not used in the American Church, butis found in the English Prayer-book and is required to be said oncertain Festivals
Fallow-Deer - This animal, called in Hebrew Yahmur , From a word meaning "to be red," is regarded by some as the common fallow-deer, the Cervus dama, which is said to be found very generally over Western and Southern Asia. It is said to be similar to the European roebuck
Firmament - ...
And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters. ...
And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament
Rand - ) Great in size, and fine or imposing in appearance or impression; illustrious, dignifled, or noble (said of persons); majestic, splendid, magnificent, or sublime (said of things); as, a grand monarch; a grand lord; a grand general; a grand view; a grand conception
Habakkuk - (See Hebrews 10:38) Some have endeavoured to soften the story, by supposing the dinner Habakkuk is said to have carried Daniel was his writings, particularly that passage in them where it is said, "The just shall live by his faith
Rand - ) Great in size, and fine or imposing in appearance or impression; illustrious, dignifled, or noble (said of persons); majestic, splendid, magnificent, or sublime (said of things); as, a grand monarch; a grand lord; a grand general; a grand view; a grand conception
Naked - " So in John 21:7 , Peter is said to have been "naked," that is, he had laid off his outer garment, and had on only his inner garment or tunic. A nation is said to be "naked," when stripped of its defenses, wealth, etc
Fierce, Fierceness - ...
A — 2: χαλεπός (Strong's #5467 — Adjective — chalepos — khal-ep-os' ) "hard," (a) "hard to do or deal with, difficult, fierce," is said of the Gadarene demoniacs, Matthew 8:28 ; (b) "hard to bear, painful, grievous," said of the last times, 2 Timothy 3:1 , RV, "grievous," for AV, "perilous. ...
Notes: (1) In James 3:4 skleros, "hard, rough, violent," is said of winds, RV, "rough," for AV, "fierce
Unity: Among Christians to be Desired - On his return, the scout said, 'It is true the dogs are many, but there are not many mastiffs among them. There are dogs of so many sorts one can hardly count them; and as for the worst of them,' said he, 'they are little dogs, which bark loudly, but cannot bite. However, this did not cheer me so much,' said the wolf; 'as this, that as they came marching on, I observed they were all snapping right and left at one another, and I could see clearly that though they all hate the wolf, yet each dog hates every other dog with all his heart
Come Near, Approach - 18:23, where Abraham is said to “draw near” to God to plead that Sodom be spared. Opposing armies are said “to draw near” to battle each other ( said to be so “near” to each other that no air can come between them (Job 41:16)
Mamre - In Genesis 23:19 , it is said, that "Abraham buried Sarah in the cave of the field of Machpelah, before Mamre: the same is Hebron in the land of Canaan. " And in Genesis 35:27 , it is said, that "Jacob came unto Isaac his father, unto Mamre, unto the city of Arba, which is Hebron. ...
MAMRE, PLAIN OF, a plain near Mamre, or Hebron, said to be about two miles to the south of the town
Paulus, Saint Called Thebaeus - ), and said to have been the first, in Egypt at least, to lead the life of a hermit, preceding even the celebrated Anthony (Rosweyd, Vitae Patrum , in Patr. The ravens are said to have brought him bread, and two lions dug his grave (ib. Anthony is said to have paid him a visit shortly before his death, and ever afterwards to have worn his tunic of palm leaves on great festivals
Attendance at Public Worship: Invitations to - 'No,' said the father, 'We used to go long ago, before I took ill; but we went no more after that. ' 'But,' said she, 'you have been better for a good while. ' 'Oh,' said the father, 'nobody ever asked us to come!' 'Well,' said the visitor, 'I'll ask you now,' and she directed him to a church where he would hear the glad tidings from a faithful minister
Certain - So, in like manner, when in Scripture, at any time, it is said, a certain man, there is somewhat striking affixed to the expression; such as in that instance, when It is said, a certain man drew a bow at a venture, and smote the king, (1 Kings 22:34) the meaning is the arrow was directed by the Lord. So again, when it is said in the gospel, a certain man had two sons, (Luke 15:11) a Certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard, (Luke 13:6) a certain man made a great supper, and bade many, (Luke 14:6) all these, and the like, directly refer to the Lord. So again, when it is said, (as in Ruth 1:1-22) a certain man of Bethlehem-judah went to sojourn in the country of Moab
Meals, Grace at - (Latin: gratios, thanksgiving) ...
Prayers said before and after meals, a custom common to all Christians
Impiety - , are only metaphorically said to be impious
Mass, Secret in the - The second of the three prayers of the Proper of the Mass, said by the celebrant in a low voice immediately after the prayer Orate, Fratres
Basilisk - (In RSV, Isaiah 11:8 ; 14:29 ; 59:5 ; Jeremiah 8:17 ), the "king serpent," as the name imports; a fabulous serpent said to be three spans long, with a spot on its head like a crown
Sessile - ) Permanently attached; - said of the gonophores of certain hydroids which never became detached
Caduceus - It was originally said to be a herald's staff of olive wood, but was afterwards fabled to have two serpents coiled about it, and two wings at the top
Powerful - ) Large; capacious; - said of veins of ore
Foal - ) To bring forth (a colt); - said of a mare or a she ass
Ice Plant - Its juice is said to be demulcent and diuretic; its ashes are used in Spain in making glass
Red-Handed - ) Having hands red with blood; in the very act, as if with red or bloody hands; - said of a person taken in the act of homicide; hence, fresh from the commission of crime; as, he was taken red-hand or red-handed
Pusillanimous - ) Destitute of a manly or courageous strength and firmness of mind; of weak spirit; mean-spirited; spiritless; cowardly; - said of persons, as, a pussillanimous prince
Voodooism - ) A degraded form of superstition and sorcery, said to include human sacrifices and cannibalism in some of its rites
Retiary - ) Constructing or using a web, or net, to catch prey; - said of certain spiders
Vocative - ), used in address; appellative; - said of that case or form of the noun, pronoun, or adjective, in which a person or thing is addressed; as, Domine, O Lord
Rison - ) A South American monkey (Lagothrix infumatus), said to be gluttonous
Abolish - ) To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; - said of laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc
Aholibah - Jerusalem is said to exceed Samaria in her profligacy
Reading - The eunuch was probably thus reading when Philip overheard him, and finding that he was reading the Scriptures, said, "Understandest thou what thou readest?"...
Wind-Broken - ) Having the power of breathing impaired by the rupture, dilatation, or running together of air cells of the lungs, so that while the inspiration is by one effort, the expiration is by two; affected with pulmonary emphysema or with heaves; - said of a horse
Masked - ) Having the anterior part of the head differing decidedly in color from the rest of the plumage; - said of birds
Lassy - ) Dull; wanting life or fire; lackluster; - said of the eyes
Lucky - ) Favored by luck; fortunate; meeting with good success or good fortune; - said of persons; as, a lucky adventurer
Saint Andrew's Cross - Saint Andrew the Apostle is said to have been martyred on a cross of this form
Earing - Thus, in Isaiah 30:24 , it is said, "The oxen also, and the young asses which ear," that is, "plough, the ground
Richard Creagh - His jailers unsuccessfully assailed his moral character, and he is said to have died of poisoning
Secret in the Mass - The second of the three prayers of the Proper of the Mass, said by the celebrant in a low voice immediately after the prayer Orate, Fratres
Diarmaid the Just, Saint - He is said to have erected seven churches on his island, now called Quaker Island
Just, Diarmaid the, Saint - He is said to have erected seven churches on his island, now called Quaker Island
Iron Crown of Lombardy - The iron band is said to be made from a nail of the Holy Cross
Daughters of zelophehad - G-d instructed Moses to comply with said request
Mixed - in]'>[1], as said of persons; in 1 Corinthians 12:24 "hath tempered
Exclude - 1: ἐκκλείω (Strong's #1576 — Verb — ekkleio — ek-kli'-o ) "to shut out" (ek, "from," kleio, "to shut"), is said of glorying in works as a means of justification, Romans 3:27 ; of Gentiles, who by Judaism would be "excluded" from salvation and Christian fellowship, Galatians 4:17
Cloisonne - ) Inlaid between partitions: - said of enamel when the lines which divide the different patches of fields are composed of a kind of metal wire secured to the ground; as distinguished from champleve enamel, in which the ground is engraved or scooped out to receive the enamel
Benedicamus Domino - (Latin: Let us bless the Lord) Invocation said at the end of Mass when the "Gloria in Excelsis Deo" is omitted, and usually answered with "Deo Gratias" (Thanks be to God); sometimes used as a salutation and as a signal for rising in religious communities and seminaries
Cyclamen - It is also called sow bread, because hogs are said to eat the corms
Domebook - ) A book said to have been compiled under the direction of King Alfred
Pod - ) A considerable number of animals closely clustered together; - said of seals
Euxanthin - It has a strong odor, and is said to be obtained from the urine of herbivorous animals when fed on the mango
Embattled - ) Having the edge broken like battlements; - said of a bearing such as a fess, bend, or the like
Hocus - ) To adulterate; to drug; as, liquor is said to be hocused for the purpose of stupefying the drinker
Reduplicate - ) Valvate with the margins curved outwardly; - said of the /stivation of certain flowers
Remiped - ) Having feet or legs that are used as oars; - said of certain crustaceans and insects
Varicose - ) Intended for the treatment of varicose veins; - said of elastic stockings, bandages
Uneven - ) Not divisible by two without a remainder; odd; - said of numbers; as, 3, 7, and 11 are uneven numbers
Uncut - ) Not cut; not separated or divided by cutting or otherwise; - said especially of books, periodicals, and the like, when the leaves have not been separated by trimming in binding
Transcript - ) A written version of what was said orally; as, a transcript of a trial
Weedy - ) Scraggy; ill-shaped; ungainly; - said of colts or horses, and also of persons
Shrive - ) To hear or receive the confession of; to administer confession and absolution to; - said of a priest as the agent
Access - (Latin: accedere, to approach) ...
(1) The tenor of those prayers which are recommended to the priest to be said before Mass
Baal-Shalisha - We meet with mention of this place, 2 Kings 4:42, but whether there was an idol there, is not said
Janus - Numa is said to have dedicated to Janus the covered passage at Rome, near the Forum, which is usually called the Temple of Janus
Throb - ) To beat, or pulsate, with more than usual force or rapidity; to beat in consequence of agitation; to palpitate; - said of the heart, pulse, etc
Wild-Cat - ) Unsound; worthless; irresponsible; unsafe; - said to have been originally applied to the notes of an insolvent bank in Michigan upon which there was the figure of a panther
Hade - ) To deviate from the vertical; - said of a vein, fault, or lode
Egypt, Vicariate Apostolic of - United with other territories to form the Vicariate Apostolic of Alessandria di Egitto (-Eliopoli di Egitto-Port-Said) on November 30, 1987
Vicariate Apostolic of Egypt - United with other territories to form the Vicariate Apostolic of Alessandria di Egitto (-Eliopoli di Egitto-Port-Said) on November 30, 1987
Ethio'Pian Woman - The wife of Moses is to described in (Numbers 12:1 ) She is elsewhere said to have been the daughter of a Midianite, and in consequence of this some have supposed that the allusion is to another wife whom Moses married after the death of Zipporah
Basemath - ]'>[2] ) she is said to have been Ishmael’s daughter, and sister of Nebaioth. ]'>[1] ) Esau is said to have taken Mahalath , the daughter of Ishmael, the sister of Nebaioth, to be his wife; and in Genesis 36:2 the first mentioned of Esau’s wives is Adah , the daughter of Elon the Hittite
Reproach - Thus Joshua, when circumcising Israel at Gilgal, is said to have taken away their reproach. The Lord God said, "This day I have rolled away the reproach of Egypt from off you
Potter's Field - Jeremiah is said to havespoken the words; the reference therefore may be to something he had said, and not to what he had written
Accommodation of Scripture - Thus a prophecy is said to be fulfilled properly when a thing foretold comes to pass; and, by way of accommodation, when an event happens to any place or people similar to what fell out some time before to another. Thus the words of Isaiah, spoken to those of his own time, are said to be fulfilled in those who lived in our Saviour's, "Ye hypocrites, well did Esaias prophesy, " &c: which same words St
Leucopetrians - The name of a fanatical sect which sprang up in the Greek and eastern churches towards the close of the twelfth century: they professed to believe in a double trinity, rejected wedlock, abstained from flesh, treated with the utmost contempt the sacraments of baptism and the Lord's supper, and all the various branches of external worship: placed the essence of religion in internal prayer alone; and maintained, as it is said, that an evil being or genius dwelt in the breast of every mortal, and could be expelled from thence by no other method than by perpetual supplication to the Supreme Being. The founder of this sect is said to have been a person called Leucopetrus, and his chief disciple Tychicus, who corrupted by fanatical interpretations several books of Scripture, and particularly St
Roman - ) Upright; erect; - said of the letters or kind of type ordinarily used, as distinguished from Italic characters. ; - said of numerals, as distinguished from the Arabic numerals, 1, 4, etc
Separate - ) Unconnected; not united or associated; distinct; - said of things that have not been connected. ) Divided from another or others; disjoined; disconnected; separated; - said of things once connected
Lord's Prayer, the - The prayer which our Blessed Lord taught Hisdisciples when He said, "After this manner, therefore, pray ye," oras given in another place, "When ye pray, say Our Father," etc. In the Communion Office the Lord'sPrayer occurs twice, but it is to be noted that the rubric directsthe first to be said by the Priest alone, as a part of his privatepreparation
Targum - And the angel of the Lord called him from the heavens and said, Abraham, Abraham. And he said, Here am I. And he said, Stretch not forth thy hand to the youth, nor do aught to him, for now I know that thou fearest God, and hast not spared thine only son for my sake. And Isaac answered and said to his father, Bind me properly, lest I should tremble through the affliction of my soul, and be cast into the pit of destruction, for profaneness shall be found in thy offering. And the angel of the Lord called him from the heavens, and said to him, Abraham, Abraham. And he said, Here am I. Then he said, Stretch not out thy hand to the young man, nor do him any harm, for now it is manifest before me that thou fearest the Lord, and hast not withheld thy son, thy only-begotten from me
Scoffer: Silenced - So soon as he discovered the minister, he commenced his horrid blasphemies; and when he perceived him reading at one of the tables, he proposed to his companions to go with him to the opposite side of the table and listen to some stories that he had to tell upon religion and religious men which he said would annoy the old preacher. At length the infidel walked up to him, and rudely slapping him on the shoulder, said, 'Old fellow, what do you think of these things?' He calmly pointed out of the door, and said, 'Do you see that beautiful landscape spread out in such quiet loveliness before you?' 'Yes. ' 'Do you mean to compare me to a buzzard, sir,' said the infidel, colouring very deeply. 'I made no allusion to you, sir,' said the minister, very quietly
Darerca, Saint - She is said to have been the sister or relative of Saint Patrick, and mother of Saints Mel, Sechnall, Rioc, and other Irish saints
Mahalath - If the word be derived, as some have said, from Machol, it hath respect to singing
Serving God: the Sure Reward of - When Calvin was banished from ungrateful Geneva, he said, 'Most assuredly if I had merely served man, this would have been a poor recompense; but it is my happiness that I have served him who never fails to reward his servants to the full extent of his promise
Armed - ) Having horns, beak, talons, etc; - said of beasts and birds of prey
Responsibility - John Brown, of Haddington, said to a young minister, who complained of the smallness of his congregation, 'It is as large a one as you will want to give account for in the day of judgment
Apochromatic - ) Free from chromatic and spherical aberration; - said esp
Pole - Our Lord JESUS said that it represents the Cross on which He was lifted up at Calvary as the pole was lifted up in the wilderness, and on which the serpent hung
Self-Acting - ) Acting of or by one's self or by itself; - said especially of a machine or mechanism which is made to perform of or for itself what is usually done by human agency; automatic; as, a self-acting feed apparatus; a self-acting mule; a self-acting press
Saturation - ) Freedom from mixture or dilution with white; purity; - said of colors
Achor - In mythology, the God of flies, said to have been worshipped by the Cyreneans, to avoid being vexed by those insects
Agrapha - Sayings (not discourses) attributed to Our Lord that have come down to us through channels outside the canonical Gospels, one, for instance, in Acts 20:35: "Remember the word of the Lord Jesus, how He said: It is a more blessed thing to give, rather than to receive
Eureka - The exclamation attributed to Archimedes, who is said to have cried out "Eureka! eureka!" (I have found it! I have found it!), upon suddenly discovering a method of finding out how much the gold of King Hiero's crown had been alloyed
Discordant - ) said of strata which lack conformity in direction of bedding, either as in unconformability, or as caused by a fault
Ascodrogites - They danced round these bags or skins, and, it is said, intoxicated themselves with the wine
Yroidal - ) Having the planes arranged spirally, so that they incline all to the right (or left) of a vertical line; - said of certain hemihedral forms
Toadstone - ) A local name for the igneous rocks of Derbyshire, England; - said by some to be derived from the German todter stein, meaning dead stone, that is, stone which contains no ores
Median - ) Situated in the middle; lying in a plane dividing a bilateral animal into right and left halves; - said of unpaired organs and parts; as, median coverts
Voided - ) Having the inner part cut away, or left vacant, a narrow border being left at the sides, the tincture of the field being seen in the vacant space; - said of a charge
Moly - ) A fabulous herb of occult power, having a black root and white blossoms, said by Homer to have been given by Hermes to Ulysses to counteract the spells of Circe
Owl - Moses places the owl among the unclean birds; but whether all, or of what species, as there are several, is not said
Commodius - , "not-well-placed" (from a, "not," n, euphonic, eu, "well," thetos, "from" tithemi, "to put, place"), is found in Acts 27:12 , where it is said of the haven at the place called Fair Havens
Circuit - 1: περιέρχομαι (Strong's #4022 — Verb — perierchomai — per-ee-er'-khom-ahee ) "to go about" (peri, "about," erchomai, "to go"), is said of "navigating a ship under difficulty owing to contrary winds," Acts 28:13 , RV, "we made a circuit," for AV, "we fetched a compass
Muscadine - ) A name given to several very different kinds of grapes, but in America used chiefly for the scuppernong, or southern fox grape, which is said to be the parent stock of the Catawba
Alexandrians - There are said to have been 460 or 480 synagogues in Jerusalem
Gloria Tibi - It is said with the bowed head as an act ofworship
Low Celebration - All parts ofthe Office are consequently said, not sung
Admiration - It is said, concerning the centurion's faith, (Matthew 8:10) that Jesus marvelled at it. Hence in like manner, the Lord is said to shew his marvellous loving kindness. They are men wondered at, (Zechariah 3:8) In this sense, the Lord Jesus admired and praised, it may be said, by the notice he took of it, the faith of the centurion, and the faith of the woman of Canaan
Countersunk - ) Chamfered at the top; - said of a hole
Lentulus, Publius - A fictitious person, said to have been Governor of Judea before Pontius Pilate, and to have written a letter to the Roman Senate descriptive of Christ
Mark, Pope Saint - He is said to have built two basilicas
Cantoned - ) Having a charge in each of the four corners; - said of a cross on a shield, and also of the shield itself
Bogey - ) A given score or number of strokes, for each hole, against which players compete; - said to be so called because assumed to be the score of an imaginary first-rate player called Colonel Bogey
Couche - ) Not erect; inclined; - said of anything that is usually erect, as an escutcheon
Ophni - The Gophna of Josephus, said to be only second in importance to Jerusalem (B
Quebracho - ) A Chilian apocynaceous tree (Aspidosperma Quebracho); also, its bark, which is used as a febrifuge, and for dyspn/a of the lung, or bronchial diseases; - called also white quebracho, to distinguish it from the red quebracho, a Mexican anacardiaceous tree (Loxopterygium Lorentzii) whose bark is said to have similar properties
Serious - ) Really intending what is said; being in earnest; not jesting or deceiving
Electrotonic - ) Of or pertaining to electrical tension; - said of a supposed peculiar condition of a conducting circuit during its exposure to the action of another conducting circuit traversed by a uniform electric current when both circuits remain stationary
Privacy - ) Concealment of what is said or done
Immutability - Three things are said to be unchangeable: God's counsel, His word, and His oath
Empirical - ) Depending upon experience or observation alone, without due regard to science and theory; - said especially of medical practice, remedies, etc
Fretted - ) Interlaced one with another; - said of charges and ordinaries
Jeremiah ben abba - Whenever the Talmud writes, "In Israel, they said
Wattless - Watt); - said of an alternating current or component of current when it differs in phase by ninety degrees from the electromotive force which produces it, or of an electromotive force or component thereof when the current it produces differs from it in phase by 90 degrees
Ybe - ) To shift from one side of a vessel to the other; - said of the boom of a fore-and-aft sail when the vessel is steered off the wind until the sail fills on the opposite side
Alexander, Saint (2) - Although a supporter of Athanasius, he treated Arius with consideration; but he is said to have drawn up the Acts of the Council of Nicrea in which Arius was condemned
Manzanita - , with reddish smooth bark, ovate or oval coriaceous evergreen leaves, and bearing clusters of red berries, which are said to be a favorite food of the grizzly bear
Ybe - ) To shift from one side of a vessel to the other; - said of the boom of a fore-and-aft sail when the vessel is steered off the wind until the sail fills on the opposite side
Maverick - ) In the southwestern part of the united States, a bullock or heifer that has not been branded, and is unclaimed or wild; - said to be from Maverick, the name of a cattle owner in Texas who neglected to brand his cattle
Truncated - ) Lacking the apex; - said of certain spiral shells in which the apex naturally drops off
Tambourine - Its resonant note is said to be ventriloquous
Man'Aen - He is said to have been brought up with Herod Antipas
Mass, Nuptial - It has prayers and other parts appropriate to the occasion, and may be said on many days of the year. On very important feasts the Mass of the day is said, with a commemoration of the nuptial Mass; see also, closed times
Nathanael - " Philip, like Andrew finding his own brother Simon (John 1:41), and the woman of Samaria (John 4:28-29) inviting her fellow townsmen, having been found himself by Jesus, "findeth" his friend Nathanael, and saith, "we have found (he should have said, we have been found by: Isaiah 65:1; Philippians 3:12 ff, Song of Solomon 1:4) Him of whom the prophets did write, Jesus of Nazareth the son of Joseph" (he should have said the Son of God)
Hatred - It would seem fairer to suppose that He meant what He said and said what He meant; but that the hatred He enjoined applied to the objects mentioned only so far as they became identified with the spirit of evil and so antagonistic to the cause of Christ
Nuptial Mass And Blessing - It has prayers and other parts appropriate to the occasion, and may be said on many days of the year. On very important feasts the Mass of the day is said, with a commemoration of the nuptial Mass; see also, closed times
Meditation: to be Practiced - It is said that Enoch walked with God: here is not an idle but an active communion. The road to bodily health is said to be a footpath, and the way to spiritual health is to exercise one's self in holy contemplation
Beggars - The Psalmist said that during the whole of his life he had not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread, Psalm 37:25 ; whereas of a wicked one, typical of Judas, it is said, "Let his children be continually vagabonds and beg," Psalm 109:10 ; but in bringing in strength and salvation Jehovah "lifteth up the beggar from the dunghill, to set them among princes," 1 Samuel 2:8
Candle - Job said of God, "when his candle shined upon my head," Job 29:3 ; "the candle of the wicked shall be put out," Proverbs 24:20 ; whereas respecting 'the wise woman' it is said "her candle goeth not out by night
Posts, - Job said, "Now my days are swifter than a post. In the prophecy of God's judgements on Babylon it is said that the news should be carried to the king by one post running to meet another
Worms - In blessing Israel Jehovah said, "Fear not, thou worm Jacob," Isaiah 41:14 ; and the Lord, to indicate the low estate in which He was, said, "I am a worm and no man
Nathanael - One of whom the Lord said, "Behold an Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile. At once Nathanael said, "Rabbi, thou art the Son of God; thou art the King of Israel
Leap - 1), is said in Acts 3:8 (1st part) of the cripple healed by Peter (cp. 1), is said of the demoniac in Acts 19:16
Fail - A — 1: ἐκλείπω (Strong's #1587 — Verb — ekleipo — ek-li'-po ) "to leave out" (ek, "out," leipo, "to leave"), used intransitively, means "to leave off, cease, fail;" it is said of the cessation of earthly life, Luke 16:9 ; of faith, Luke 22:32 ; of the light of the sun, Luke 23:45 (in the best mss. ...
A — 2: ἐπιλείπω (Strong's #1952 — Verb — epileipo — ep-ee-li'-po ) "not to suffice for a purpose" (epi, over), is said of insufficient time, in Hebrews 11:32 . This, however, misses the distinction between what has been previously said of love and what is here said of prophecies (see No
Sympathy: Fruit of Experience - 'No, no, old gentleman,' said the countryman, 'you was not set there for nothing,' and left him until he was released by a servant of the house despatched in quest of him. The counsel for the magistrate in his reply, made light of the whole charge, and more especially setting in the stocks, which he said everybody knew was no punishment at all. The Chief Justice rose, and, leaning over the bench, said, in a half-whisper, 'Brother, have you ever been in the stocks?' 'Really, my lord, never. ' 'Then I have,' said the judge, 'and I assure you, brother, it is no such trifle as you represent
Amen - ” In the Old Testament it is used to show the acceptance of the validity of a curse or an oath (Numbers 5:22 ; Deuteronomy 27:15-26 ; Jeremiah 11:5 ), to indicate acceptance of a good message (Jeremiah 28:6 ), and to join in a doxology in a worship setting to affirm what has been said or prayed (1 Chronicles 16:36 ; Nehemiah 8:6 ; Psalm 106:48 ). He never said it at the end of a statement, but always at the beginning: “Amen, I say to you” (Matthew 5:18 ; Matthew 16:28 ; Mark 8:12 ; Mark 11:23 ; Luke 4:24 ; Luke 21:32 ; John 1:51 ; John 5:19 ). In John's Gospel, Jesus said “Amen, amen. ” That Jesus prefaced His own words with “amen” is especially important, for He affirmed that the kingdom of God is bound up with His own person and emphasized the authority of what He said
Heaven - "Thus saith the Lord, The heaen is my throne, and the earth is my footstool: where is the house that ye build unto me? and where is the place of my rest?" (Isaiah 66:1) But Solomon breaks out in an expression, as one overwhelmed with surprise and wonder in the contemplation: "But will God indeed (said he) dwell on the earth? behold, the heaven, and the heaven of heavens cannot contain thee!" (1 Kings 8:27) But what would this mighty monarch have said, had he lived to have seen the Lord of heaven and earth tabernacling in the substance of our flesh?...
But, though, according to the language of Scripture, we call that place heaven which John saw opened, and where the more immediate presence of the Lord is gloriously displayed, yet it were to limit the Holy One of Israel to suppose, that JEHOVAH dwelleth in any place, to the exclusion of his presence or glory elsewhere. How little do they know of heaven, or of the divine love and favour, that conceive, if they could get to heaven in the crowd, though they know not how, and I had almost said, they care not how, provided they could get there, how little do they know in what consists the felicity of the place! Alas! an unsanctified, unrenewed, unregenerated heart would be miserable even in heaven. "I shall behold (said he) thy face in righteousness; I shall be satisfied, when I awake; with thy likeness
Gomer - She is said to have been the daughter of Diblaim—whether Father or mother—for it might the either. Contracts for marriages, it is said, were never formed without giving with the woman a certain measure of corn, as well as money, for a marriage portion. The Lord said unto Hosea, "Go take unto thee a wife of whoredoms. " To what a degree of spiritual adultery and fornication was our nature gone, when Christ betrothed that nature to himself! Here surely the prophet typified Christ, when he said, "Go yet, love a woman (beloved of her friend, yet an adulteress) according to the love of the Lord toward the children of, Israel
Weedless - ) Free from weeds; - said of a kind of motor-boat propeller the blades of which curve backwardly, as respects the direction of rotation, so that they draw through the water, and so do not gather weeds with which they come in contact
Dositheans - Followers of Dositheus, a Samaritan who is said to have formed a Gnostic-Judaistic sect previous to Simon Magus; Dositheus is often classed as the first heretic
Felix, Saint 12 Jul - They are also said to have been companions of Saint Januarius of Mauretania
Nabor, Saint - They are also said to have been companions of Saint Januarius of Mauretania
Zaphenath-Paneah - ‘God hath said he liveth’ a common type of Egyp
Sup - 1: δειπνέω (Strong's #1172 — Verb — deipneo — dipe-neh'-o ) "to sup" (said of taking the chief meal of the day), occurs in Luke 17:8 ; 22:20 (in the best texts), lit
Dainty - 1: λιπαρός (Strong's #3045 — Adjective — liparos — lip-ar-os' ) properly signifies "oily, or anointed with oil" (from lipos, "grease," connected with aleipho, "to anoint"); it is said of things which pertain to delicate and sumptuous living; hence, "dainty," Revelation 18:14
Heaven: an Incentive to Diligence - Julius Caesar coming towards Rome with his army, and hearing that the senate and people had fled from it, said, 'They that will not fight for this city, what city will they fight for?' If we will not take pains for the kingdom of heaven, what kingdom will we take pains for? ...
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Angler - Peculiar appendages on the head are said to be used to entice fishes within reach
Blear - ) Dim or sore with water or rheum; - said of the eyes
Nitre - The Egyptians use it in bread and for soap; also, it is said, mixed with vinegar as a cure for toothache
Curtate - ) Shortened or reduced; - said of the distance of a planet from the sun or earth, as measured in the plane of the ecliptic, or the distance from the sun or earth to that point where a perpendicular, let fall from the planet upon the plane of the ecliptic, meets the ecliptic
Mildew - Honey dew a thick, clammy, sweet juice, found on the leaves of plants, which is said to injure the plants by corroding them, or otherwise preventing them from coming to perfection
Ahlab - More recently Gush Chaleb, or Giscala, whence came John, son of Levi, leader in the siege of Jerusalem; said to be the birthplace of Paul's parents
Parted - ) Cleft so that the divisions reach nearly, but not quite, to the midrib, or the base of the blade; - said of a leaf, and used chiefly in composition; as, three-parted, five-parted, etc
Scaled - ) Covered with scales, or scalelike structures; - said of a fish, a reptile, a moth, etc
Cage - It is said symbolically that as a cage or trap is full of birds, so the houses of the Jews were full of deceit
Fertile - ) Containing pollen; - said of anthers
Drown - ) To overpower; to overcome; to extinguish; - said especially of sound
Alascani - A sect of Anti-Lutherans in the sixteenth century, whose distinguished tenet, besides their denying baptism, is said to have been this, that the words, "This is my body, " in the institution of the Eucharist, are not to be understood of the bread, but of the whole action or celebration of the supper
Otaheite Apple - It is rather larger than an apple, and the rind has a flavor of turpentine, but the flesh is said to taste like pineapples
Scalene - ) Having the sides and angles unequal; - said of a triangle
Moon-Culminating - ) Culminating, or coming to the meredian, at or about the same time with the moon; - said of a star or stars, esp
Underhand - ) In an underhand manner; - said of pitching or bowling
Haft - ) A handle; that part of an instrument or vessel taken into the hand, and by which it is held and used; - said chiefly of a knife, sword, or dagger; the hilt
Soter, Pope Saint - He is said to have written a book against Montanism
ge'Shem - " Gashum said it" made him a type of those who create a common report
Cummin, - The Maltese are said to grow it at the present day, and to thresh it in the manner described by Isaiah
Betrothal - This is the Marriage Vowand is usually said at the foot of the chancel steps, the marriageproper (with the ring) taking place at the Altar Rail
Demoniacs - ...
It has been argued that the persons said to be possessed were really lunatics, who imagined they were possessed; and to meet that fancy the Lord spoke to the supposed spirit and told it to come out! But this is simply an effort to deny the power of Satan and his emissaries over man, and also God's power in the miracles. It is true that the father of a lad who was possessed by a demon called him a lunatic, and said the disciples could not cure him, in Matthew 17:14-16 ; but in Mark 9:17 he said his son had a dumb spirit, and in Luke 9:39 'a spirit taketh him. Ahab was to be enticed to go to war, and a spirit said he would accomplish it. "Now therefore," said Micaiah, "behold, the Lord hath put a lying spirit in the mouth of these thy prophets, and the Lord hath spoken evil against thee
Chlorous - ) Of, pertaining to, or derived from, chlorine; - said of those compounds of chlorine in which this element has a valence of three, the next lower than in chloric compounds; as, chlorous acid, HClO2
Dials, Mass - They are said to have been used mainly to tell the time of Mass because of the clearly marked line indicating Terce, or 9 a
Berthold Schwarz - German friar, said to have been born in Freiburg in the first half of the 13th century as Konstantin Anklitzen
Beth-Arabah - In Joshua 15:61 it is said to have been "in the wilderness
Onion - This was the Betsel Of the Hebrews, the Allium cepe of botanists, of which it is said that there are some thirty or forty species now growing in Palestine
Mass Dials - They are said to have been used mainly to tell the time of Mass because of the clearly marked line indicating Terce, or 9 a
Ampere Turn - A unit equal to the product of one complete convolution (of a coiled conductor) into one ampere of current; thus, a conductor having five convolutions and carrying a current of half an ampere is said to have 2/ ampere turns
Jozacar - In 2 Kings 12:21 it is said that Jozacar ben-Shimeath and Jehozabad ben-Shomer murdered Joash
Spiritual - In short it may be said to be that which is of the Holy Spirit, in contrast to what is of the natural man
Pragmatical - ) Philosophical; dealing with causes, reasons, and effects, rather than with details and circumstances; - said of literature
Palatal - ) Uttered by the aid of the palate; - said of certain sounds, as the sound of k in kirk
Elegancy - ) The state or quality of being elegant; beauty as resulting from choice qualities and the complete absence of what deforms or impresses unpleasantly; grace given by art or practice; fine polish; refinement; - said of manners, language, style, form, architecture, etc
Daberath - A city said in Joshua 19:12 to belong to Zebulun, but in Joshua 21:28 and 1 Chronicles 6:72 to be a Levitical city in Issachar
Fetters - It is said of Joseph that his feet were hurt with fetters
Epizootic - ) Containing fossil remains; - said of rocks, formations, mountains, and the like
Covey - ) A brood or hatch of birds; an old bird with her brood of young; hence, a small flock or number of birds together; - said of game; as, a covey of partridges
Equip - ; - said esp
Embargo - ) To lay an embargo on and thus detain; to prohibit from leaving port; - said of ships, also of commerce and goods
Forego - ) To relinquish the enjoyment or advantage of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; - said of a thing already enjoyed, or of one within reach, or anticipated
Schoolmaster - Galatians 3:24 (a) It is said that the schoolmaster was the servant who led the student child to the school or the class where he was to be taught
Wing-Footed - ) Having the anterior lobes of the foot so modified as to form a pair of winglike swimming organs; - said of the pteropod mollusks
Personality - ) Something said or written which refers to the person, conduct, etc
Recant - ) To revoke a declaration or proposition; to unsay what has been said; to retract; as, convince me that I am wrong, and I will recant
Recapitulate - ) To sum up, or enumerate by heads or topics, what has been previously said; to repeat briefly the substance
Levant - ) Rising or having risen from rest; - said of cattle
Libertines - They might very well have a synagogue of their own at Jerusalem, as they were numerous, and as there are said to have been not fewer than 460 or 480 synagogues in that city
Scholastica, Saint - Dedicated to God as an infant, she is said to have lived in a cell near Sultiaco
Schwarz, Berthold - German friar, said to have been born in Freiburg in the first half of the 13th century as Konstantin Anklitzen
Cypress - The Hebrew word points to some tree with a hard grain, and this is all that can be positively said of it
Headstrong, Heady - means "falling forwards" (from pro, "forwards," and pipto, "to fall"); it is used metaphorically to signify "precipitate, rash, reckless," and is said (a) of persons, 2 Timothy 3:4 ; "headstrong" is the appropriate rendering; (b) of things, Acts 19:36 , RV, "(nothing) rash" (AV, "rashly")
Spirit - It is said, in Acts 23:8 , that the Sadducees denied the existence of angels and spirits. Jesus Christ appearing to his disciples, said to them, Luke 24:39 , "Handle me and see, for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have. In 1 Samuel 16:14 ; 1 Samuel 18:10 ; 1 Samuel 19:9 , it is said that an evil spirit from the Lord troubled Saul: and we have also the expression unclean spirits
Mute - ) Not uttered; unpronounced; silent; also, produced by complete closure of the mouth organs which interrupt the passage of breath; - said of certain letters. ) Not giving a ringing sound when struck; - said of a metal. ) To eject the contents of the bowels; - said of birds
Say - Concerning the phrase "he answered and said," it is a well known peculiarity of Hebrew narrative style that a speech is introduced, not simply by "and he said," but by prefixing "and he answered" (apokrinomai, with eipon). ...
Note: A characteristic of lego is that it refers to the purport or sentiment of what is said as well as the connection of the words; this is illustrated in Hebrews 8:1 , RV, "(in the things which) we are saying," AV, "(which) we have spoken. 2), lego refers especially to the substance of what is "said," laleo, to the words conveying the utterance; see, e. , John 12:49 , "what I should say (lego, in the 2nd aorist subjunctive form eipo), and what I should speak (laleo);" John 12:50 , "even as the Father hath said (laleo, in the perfect form eireke) unto Me, so I speak" (laleo); cp. Sometimes laleo signifies the utterance, as opposed to silence, lego declares what is "said;" e. The 1st aorist Passive, "it was said," is used in Romans 9:12,26 ; Revelation 6:11 . (2) In Acts 2:14 , AV, apophthengomai, "to speak forth" (RV), is rendered "said. , "which is said," John 1:38 ; 20:16 , is rendered "which is to say. " (5) In Mark 6:22 , AV, autes, "herself," RV, is rendered "the said
Bondage - They are said to be in bondage to sin, to Satan, to their own consciences, to the law of God, to the justice of God, to the fear of death, and eternal judgment. Whereas, those that are brought into the liberty of the gospel, are said to be delivered "from the bondage of corruption, into the glorious liberty of the sons of God
Prayer: And Activity - A school companion, who was idly inclined, said to her one day, 'How is it that you always say your lessons so perfectly?' She replied, 'I always pray that I may say my lessons well. 'I prayed,' said she, 'but I could not repeat a word of my lesson
Mark, Feast of Saint - Mark is said to have founded the Churchin Alexandria, and one of the ancient Liturgies is called by hisname. It is said that his body was removed,A
Vertebrated - ) Having movable joints resembling vertebrae; - said of the arms ophiurans
Collared - ) Wearing a collar; - said of a man or beast used as a bearing when a collar is represented as worn around the neck or loins
Shibboleth - ” People of Gilead east of the Jordan used it to detect people of Ephraim from west of the Jordan since the Ephraimite dialect evidently did not include the sh sound, so Ephraimites always said, “sibboleth,” a word not used elsewhere in Hebrew ( Judges 12:6 )
Jacques Clement - He is said to have been chapel-master to the court of Charles V
Cadouin - Cistercian abbey, diocese of Perigueux, France, founded 1115, and famous for its possession of a relic said to be the Holy Shroud of Christ, brought from the East after the First Crusade
Shoot Forth - , "to throw before," is used of "the putting forth of leaves, blossom, fruit," said of trees in general, Luke 21:30 , "shoot forth
Tradition - Thus the Jews pretended that, besides their written law contained in the Old Testament, Moses had delivered an oral law, which had been conveyed down from father to son; and thus the Roman Catholics are said to value particular doctrines, supposed to have descended from the apostolic times by tradition
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A follower of Theodore Roosevelt in the presidential campaign of 1912; - a sense said to have originated from a remark made by Roosevelt on a certain occasion that he felt "like a bull moose
Seedy - ) Having a peculiar flavor supposed to be derived from the weeds growing among the vines; - said of certain kinds of French brandy
Self-Conceit: Its Danger - Quinctilian said of some in his time that they might have become excellent scholars had they not been so persuaded of their scholarship already
Slander: How to Overcome it - 'Let him persevere,' said Tasso, 'his rancour gives me no pain
Blue Hen State - It is said, though the story lacks proof, to have taken its origin from the insistence of a Delaware Revolutionary captain, named Caldwell, that no cock could be truly game unless the mother was a blue hen, whence Blue Hen's Chickens came to be a nickname for the people of Delaware
Cockatrice - ) A fabulous serpent whose breath and look were said to be fatal
Reflexive - ) Having for its direct object a pronoun which refers to the agent or subject as its antecedent; - said of certain verbs; as, the witness perjured himself; I bethought myself
Valvate - ) Meeting at the edges without overlapping; - said of the sepals or the petals of flowers in aestivation, and of leaves in vernation
Posterior - ) On the side next the axis of inflorescence; - said of an axillary flower
Easiness - ) Freedom from effort, constraint, or formality; - said of style, manner, etc
Rigger - ; - said to be so called from its use by marine painters for drawing the lines of the rigging
Handy - ) Easily managed; obedient to the helm; - said of a vessel
Aground - When the ground is near the shore, the ship is said to be ashore or stranded
Nurse - Paul said, "We were gentle among you, even as a nurse cherisheth her children
Penny, - The Lord when answering the Jews said "Show me a penny
Feint - ) A mock blow or attack on one part when another part is intended to be struck; - said of certain movements in fencing, boxing, war, etc
Chica - ) A popular Moorish, Spanish, and South American dance, said to be the original of the fandango, etc
Digression - ) The elongation, or angular distance from the sun; - said chiefly of the inferior planets
Dissociation - ) The process by which a compound body breaks up into simpler constituents; - said particularly of the action of heat on gaseous or volatile substances; as, the dissociation of the sulphur molecules; the dissociation of ammonium chloride into hydrochloric acid and ammonia
Familiarity - ) Anything said or done by one person to another unceremoniously and without constraint; esp
Compone - ) Divided into squares of alternate tinctures in a single row; - said of any bearing; or, in the case of a bearing having curved lines, divided into patches of alternate colors following the curve
Melchizedezians - They affirmed that Melchizedeck was not a man, but a heavenly power superior to Jesus Christ; for Melchizedeck, they said, was the intercessor and mediator of the angels; and Jesus Christ was only so for man, and his priesthood only a copy of that of Melchizedeck
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A judicial writ or precept directed to the sheriff, requiring him to cause a certain number of qualified persons to appear in court at a specified time, to serve as jurors in said court
Waved - ) Having undulations like waves; - said of one of the lines in heraldry which serve as outlines to the ordinaries, etc
Turbinated - ) Spiral with the whorls decreasing rapidly from a large base to a pointed apex; - said of certain shells
Saturated - ) Having its affinity satisfied; combined with all it can hold; - said of certain atoms, radicals, or compounds; thus, methane is a saturated compound
Rampant - ) Rising with fore paws in the air as if attacking; - said of a beast of prey, especially a lion
Altaschith - The words, however, may have been taken from what David said in 1 Samuel 26 :9, "Destroy him not
Mahol - Four men with similar names are in 1 Chronicles 2:6 , said to be sons of Zerah
Closet - He also noted that not even words said in the inner room privacy could be kept secret (Luke 12:3 ), indicating the Pharisees' hypocrisy could not be hidden
Dionys'Ius - ) He is said to have been first bishop of Athens
Phoe'be - D 55) What is said of her, ( Romans 16:1,2 ) is worthy of special notice because of its bearing on the question of the deaconesses of the apostolic Church
Barthol'Omew - He is said to have preached the gospel in India, that is, probably, Arabia Felix, and according to some in Armenia
Hach'Moni - ( 1 Chronicles 11:11 ; 27:32 ) Hachmon or Hachmoni was no doubt the founder of a family to which these men belonged: the actual father of Jashobeam was Zabdiel, (1 Chronicles 27:2 ) and he is also said to have belonged to the Korhites
Ransom - The price or payment made for our redemption, as when it is said that the Son of man "gave his life a ransom for many" (Matthew 20:28 ; Compare Acts 20:28 ; Romans 3:23,24 ; 1 Corinthians 6:19,20 ; Galatians 3:13 ; 4:4,5 : Ephesians 1:7 ; Colossians 1:14 ; 1 Timothy 2:6 ; Titus 2:14 ; 1 Peter 1:18,19 . lutron) is always said to be Christ, his blood, his death
Resignation: Sustained by Faith - Recollecting himself, he stepped aside and prayed; after which his sister laughingly said to him, 'Brother, what is the good of praying about a ring: will praying bring back your ring?' 'No, sister,' said he, 'perhaps not, but praying has done this for me, it has made me quite willing to do without the ring, if it is God's will; and is not that almost as good as having it?' Thus faith quiets us by resignation, as a babe is hushed in his mother's bosom
Hosanna - When verses 25,26 were said, the trumpet sounded, and the people waved branches of palms and myrtle, and shouted the words with the priest. In the Mass it is said twice during the Sanctus at the end of the Preface, and is sung at High Mass by the choir; also during the distribution of palms and the solemn procession on Palm Sunday, in imitation of the reception Our Lord received on entering Jerusalem before His seizure and Passion
Prison - Hence the Lord Jesus is said to be come to open the prison doors, and to bring sinners from the captivity of sin and Satan. Believers are sometimes said to be in prison-frames when, from looking off from Jesus, they get into a dark and comfortless state, and are in bondage to their own unbelieving hearts
City - This "city" is said to be decked or guilded with gold, whereas GOD's true city is said to be pure gold
Vows - The Israelites were not told to make vows, but if they voluntarily made them, God said they must conscientiously perform them. Israel, on hearing the law, did not hesitate to say, "all that the Lord hath said we will do;" but they alas, miserably failed
Blessing - God is said to bless his creatures. Sometimes creatures are said to bless their Creator, when they acknowledge his kindnesses and seek to show forth his praise
Gloria Patri - In accordance with the ancient usagethe Gloria is said with bowed head as an act of worship and offaith, and is also said facing the Altar or East
Issachar - When Jacob blessed his sons he said, "Issachar is a strong ass, couching down between two burdens, and he . He said, "They shall call the people unto the mountain; there they shall offer sacrifices of righteousness: for they shall suck of the abundance of the seas, and of treasures hid in the sand. Some of Issachar resorted to David at Ziklag, of whom it is said they "had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do
Fleet - ) To move or change in position; - said of persons; as, the crew fleeted aft. ) To slip on the whelps or the barrel of a capstan or windlass; - said of a cable or hawser. ) To draw apart the blocks of; - said of a tackle
Fool - Thus in the psalms, "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. " (Psalms 14:1) But the sense is, that the wicked and ungodly have by their action said this. "And unto man he said, Behold the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding
Thing - Genesis 21 ...
Then Laban and Bethuel answered and said, the thing proceedeth from the Lord. Genesis 24 ...
And Jacob said, all these things are against me. Matthew 21 ...
These things said Esaias when he saw his glory
Batanists - "Are your subjects, " said the old man of the mountain to the son-in-law of Amoury, king of Jerusalem, "as ready in their submission as mine?" and without staying for an answer, made a sign with his hand, when ten young men in white, who were standing on an adjacent tower, instantly threw themselves down. ...
To one of his guards he said, "Draw your dagger, and plunge it into your breast;" which was no sooner said than obeyed. It is said, they once thought of embracing the Christian religion; and some have thought the Druses a remnant of this singular race of barbarians
Benjamin - "Give me children (said she in her displeasure) or else I die. " It is said in the after pages of her history, that God "remembered Rachel, and that God hearkened unto her and opened her womb; and she bare a son, and called his name Joseph;" that is, as the margin of the Bible renders it, adding; and said,"the Lord shall add to me another son. Moses, the man of God, viewing, most probably, Benjamin typically in relation to the Lord Jesus Christ, makes a beautiful observation in his dying blessing, which he gave to the tribes of Israel; "And of Benjamin he said, the beloved of the Lord shall dwell in safety by him; and the Lord shall cover him all the day long, and he shall dwell between his shoulders
Cain - The curse pronounced upon Cain, on account of his fratricide, is thus expressed: "And the Lord said unto Cain, Where is thy brother Abel? And he said, I know not: am I my brother's keeper? And God said, What hast thou done? The voice of thy brother's blood crieth unto me from the ground. And Cain said unto the Lord, My punishment is greater than I can bear
Toed - ) Having the end secured by nails driven obliquely, said of a board, plank, or joist serving as a brace, and in general of any part of a frame secured to other parts by diagonal nailing
Cub - ) To bring forth; - said of animals, or in contempt, of persons
Coward - ) Borne in the escutcheon with his tail doubled between his legs; - said of a lion
Eshcol - It was in the southern part of this land where Van Lennep found clusters of grapes 18 inches in length, and it is said that bunches weighing from 12 to 20 pounds are still found in southern Palestine
Maniple - The prayer said when putting it on styles it the maniple of tears and labor
Our Lady of Perpetual Help - It is said to date from the 13th century, and is an object of great devotion
Merida, Eulalia of, Saint - At her death a white dove is said to have issued from her mouth and over her ashes, cast into a field, fell a pall of snow
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Again, it is said that Jair "took all the tract of Argob," and called it Bashanhavoth-jair (Deuteronomy 3:14 )
Calamus - " A scented cane is said to have been found in a valley of Lebanon, reedlike, much jointed, and very fragrant when bruised
Preeminence - , "to love to be preeminent" (philos, "loving"), "to strive to be first," is said of Diotrephes, 3 John 1:9
Turlupins - It is said, they often went naked, and they allowed of no prayer to God but mental
Naphtuhim - This city was the royal residence, it is said, of Queen Candace (Acts 8:27 )
Borneol - It is said to occur in the camphor tree of Borneo and Sumatra (Dryobalanops camphora), but the natural borneol is rarely found in European or American commerce, being in great request by the Chinese
Marymas - A name formerly given to special feasts in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary, particularly to the feast of the Annunciation; also, in medieval England, the Mass said in the Lady chapel or in honor of Mary, Mother of God
Beset - ) To set upon on all sides; to perplex; to harass; - said of dangers, obstacles, etc
Allegorize - ) To treat as allegorical; to understand in an allegorical sense; as, when a passage in a writer may understood literally or figuratively, he who gives it a figurative sense is said to allegorize it
Frock - In the Greek text of Sir 40:4 the poor man’s dress is said to be of unbleached linen, paraphrased in AV Galilee, Mountain in - of Olives, whose north point is said to have borne the name ‘Galilee
Nitzotzot - When something is used in its Divinely intended context, its sparks are said to be �liberated� and re-absorbed into their Source, thus contributing to the establishment of the Divine dwelling on earth which is the ultimate purpose of creation
Preacher: Learns by Communion With God - Bramwell always has something that is new to tell us when he preaches ?' 'Why,' said the person interrogated, 'you see Brother Bramwell lives so near the gates of heaven that he hears a great many things that we don't get near enough to hear anything about
Envious - ) Feeling or exhibiting envy; actuated or directed by, or proceeding from, envy; - said of a person, disposition, feeling, act, etc
Agrarian - ) Wild; - said of plants growing in the fields
Alvarez de Paz - He was renowned for his sanctity, is said to have had the gift of prophecy, and it is reported that his body remained incorrupt after death
Almedha, Saint - She is said to have been the daughter of Bragan (Brychan), a British prince, after whom the present county of Brecknock is named
Heroic - ) Larger than life size, but smaller than colossal; - said of the representation of a human figure
Criminal - ) Involving a crime; of the nature of a crime; - said of an act or of conduct; as, criminal carelessness
Welsh - ) To cheat by avoiding payment of bets; - said esp
Eulalia of Merida, Saint - At her death a white dove is said to have issued from her mouth and over her ashes, cast into a field, fell a pall of snow
Ellyw, Saint - She is said to have been the daughter of Bragan (Brychan), a British prince, after whom the present county of Brecknock is named
Eloi Lamma Sabacthani - She is said to have been the daughter of Bragan (Brychan), a British prince, after whom the present county of Brecknock is named
Gareb - (See Jeremiah 31:39) If this hill was, as it is said to have been, three miles distant from Jerusalem, it serves to give a beautiful idea of the future extensiveness of the holy city
Lucifer - Name, signifying in Latin 'light-bringer,' being a translation of the Hebrew word, helel, associated with 'morning star,' given in irony to the king of Babylon, because in his pride he said he would exalt his throne above the stars of God
Degraded - ) Having steps; - said of a cross each of whose extremities finishes in steps growing larger as they leave the center; - termed also on degrees
Milesian - ) Descended from King Milesius of Spain, whose two sons are said to have conquered Ireland about 1300 b
Firmament - It is said, Genesis 1:7 , that God made the firmament in the midst of the waters, to separate the inferior from the superior
Over-Ripe - 1: ξηραίνω (Strong's #3583 — Verb — xeraino — xay-rah'ee-no ) denotes "to dry up, wither," translated in Revelation 14:15 , "over-ripe," RV (AV, "ripe"), said figuratively of the harvest of the earth, symbolizing the condition of the world, political, especially connected with Israel (Joel 3:9,14 ), and religious, comprehensive of the whole scene of Christendom (Matthew 13:38 )
Underhung - ) Resting on a track at the bottom, instead of being suspended; - said of a sliding door
Lurcher - ) One of a mongrel breed of dogs said to have been a cross between the sheep dog, greyhound, and spaniel
Migrate - ) To pass periodically from one region or climate to another for feeding or breeding; - said of certain birds, fishes, and quadrupeds
Shibboleth - If they could not pronounce it, and said "sibboleth" instead, they were put to death (Judges 12); in modern times, a password, a slogan, a peculiarity of pronunciation or accent which indicates a person's origin
Scibboleth - If they could not pronounce it, and said "sibboleth" instead, they were put to death (Judges 12); in modern times, a password, a slogan, a peculiarity of pronunciation or accent which indicates a person's origin
Chalcedony - Carnelian is said to be one of its varieties
Village - In England, it is said that a village is distinguished from a town by the want of a market
Electra, Saint - She is said to have been the daughter of Bragan (Brychan), a British prince, after whom the present county of Brecknock is named
Elined, Saint - She is said to have been the daughter of Bragan (Brychan), a British prince, after whom the present county of Brecknock is named
e'Phraim, Wood of - It is said that the wood devoured more people than the sword, probably referring to swamps, morasses, and pits, for Absalom's body was thrown into a 'great pit
Faith (2) - 'Much obliged to you, captain,' said the chief by this one word making the soldier a captain. On seeing him, one of the generals scornfully said, 'What does this fellow want here?' 'This fellow,' replied the soldier proudly, 'is a captain of the guard. ' 'You? my poor friend! You are mad to say so!' 'He said it,' replied the soldier, pointing to the emperor, who was still in sight. 'I ask your pardon, sir,' said the general respectfully, 'I was not aware of it. Since first the soldier believed the emperor, upon his word, because he heard him (as the Samaritans said of the Saviour), and afterwards, on the soldier's word, the general believed the emperor
There is - 28:16: “And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he said, Surely the Lord is in this place; and I knew it not. ” In a few passages the word is used as a response to an inquiry: “Is the seer here? And they [1] answered them, and said, He is; behold, he is before you …” ( said, He is not there; he took an oath of the kingdom and nation, that they found thee not” (1 Kings 18:10). Used with the particle ‘im and a participle, it emphasizes abiding intention: “And I came this day unto the well, and said, O Lord God of my master Abraham, if now thou do prosper my way which I go [2] …” ( said, I have enough, my brother …” ( Hardness of Heart - Thus, it is said, (Mark 3:5) the Redeemer was grieved for the hardness of their hearts; the margin of the Bible renders it the blindness of their hearts. So again, in Paul's Epistle to the Romans, (Romans 11:25) it is said, that "blindness in part is happened to Israel. it is said, that "they could not believe, because that Esaias had said, He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their hearts. In the passage as quoted by Matthew, it is expressly said, that their eyes they have closed. " And may not the Lord be said to do this, when in a fulness of blessings of his providence the tables of such men are so flowing over, that the bountiful hand which spreads the whole is lost and hidden from their view in a cloud of his own gifts? And when men become intoxicated, and over fed, and their eyes bloated with fatness, so that they neither discern the Lord's hand, yea, sometimes they see not one another, may not the Lord be said to make their heart fat, and their eyes heavy, by thus furnishing the means, while the beasts themselves, by abusing the bounties of the Lord (which, if rightly used, would have made them his blessed instruments in disposing of them to feed the hungry bellies of the poor), may be truly said no less to close their own eyes, and to harden their own hearts?...
I must not dismiss this article without taking with it the observation, how suited the Lord
Sapphic - ) Belonging to, or in the manner of, Sappho; - said of a certain kind of verse reputed to have been invented by Sappho, consisting of five feet, of which the first, fourth, and fifth are trochees, the second is a spondee, and the third a dactyl
Shining - ) Having the surface smooth and polished; - said of leaves, the surfaces of shells, etc
Joy to Thee, o Queen of Heaven! Alleluia - Antiphon of Our Lady said, standing, instead of the Angelus, and also after the Divine Office, from Compline on Holy Saturday until None of the Saturday after Pentecost, inclusively
Kilian, Saint - He is said to have been a monk and later a traveling bishop
Killena, Saint - He is said to have been a monk and later a traveling bishop
Delta of the Nile, Egypt, Vicariate Apostolic of t - United with other territories to form the Vicariate Apostolic of Alessandria di Egitto (-Eliopoli di Egitto-Port-Said) on November 30, 1987
Malcam - The weight is said to have been "a talent of gold" (above 100 lbs
Hephzibah - The name itself conveys as much, from Chaphatz, to will: as if the Lord had said by Hephzibah,
Barlaamites - It is said that he adopted the sentiments and precepts of the Stoics, with respect to the obligations of morality and the duties of life; and digested them into a work of his, which is known by the title of Ethica ex Stoicis
Death: Peace in - 'Well, my friend,' said the minister, 'how do you feel yourself to-day?' 'Very weel, sir,' was the calm and solemn answer, 'Very weel, but just a wee confused wi' the flittin'
Equivocation - Equivocations are said to be expedients to save telling the truth, and yet without telling a falsity; but if an intention to deceive constitute the essence of a lie, which in general it does, I cannot conceive how it can be done without incurring guilt, as it is certainly an intention to deceive
Sermons: Must Have the Gospel in Them - 'Well,' said he, 'how did you like Mr
Sermons: Must be Full of Christ - said the lamented M'Cheyne, 'Some speculate on doctrines about the gospel, rather than preach the gospel itself
Unbelief: Wickedness of - Heugh, of Glasgow, a short time before he breathed his last, said, 'There is nothing I feel more than the criminality of not trusting Christ without doubt: without doubt
Blood Money - (1):...
Money obtained as the price, or at the cost, of another's life; - said of a reward for supporting a capital charge, of money obtained for betraying a fugitive or for committing murder, or of money obtained from the sale of that which will destroy the purchaser
Harmonical - ) Having relations or properties bearing some resemblance to those of musical consonances; - said of certain numbers, ratios, proportions, points, lines
Stool - God is said to have a footstool where the faithful worship Him ( Psalm 99:5 )
Platter - It may be said that the house has been beautifully repaired, painted and ornamented, but the tenant inside is evil, wicked and unclean
Spikenard, - A plant that grows in India: so called, it is said, because of the 'spikes' that grow out of its roots
Rightful - ) Righteous; upright; just; good; - said of persons
Demerit - ) To deserve; - said in reference to both praise and blame
Quench - ) To extinguish; to overwhelm; to make an end of; - said of flame and fire, of things burning, and figuratively of sensations and emotions; as, to quench flame; to quench a candle; to quench thirst, love, hate, etc
Crane - ...
Jeremiah 8:7 (a) Israel is said to know less about GOD's dealings than the crane knows about her own life
Manasseh - (Genesis 41:51) His name was given him by his father, because, he said, God had made him forget all his toil, and all his father's house
Schoolmaster, - The law was a schoolmaster to the Jews (not to the Gentiles: Paul said we , Galatians 3:24 ; in contrast to ye in Galatians 3:26 ) until Christ came; but any led to Christ were no longer under that schoolmaster
Diluvial - ) Effected or produced by a flood or deluge of water; - said of coarse and imperfectly stratified deposits along ancient or existing water courses
Dilapidate - ) To bring into a condition of decay or partial ruin, by misuse or through neglect; to destroy the fairness and good condition of; - said of a building
Ingratitude - Ingratitude, it is said, is no passion: for the God of nature has appointed no motion of the spirits whereby it might be excited; it is, therefore, a mere vice, arising from pride, stupidity, or narrowness of soul
Weeping - ) Having slender, pendent branches; - said of trees; as, weeping willow; a weeping ash
Wall-Eye - ) An eye in which the iris is of a very light gray or whitish color; - said usually of horses
Whitsunday - ) The seventh Sunday, and the fiftieth day, after Easter; a festival of the church in commemoration of the descent of the Holy Spirit on the day of Pentecost; Pentecost; - so called, it is said, because, in the primitive church, those who had been newly baptized appeared at church between Easter and Pentecost in white garments
Abjects, Nekeh - " Hengstenberg retains 'abjects,' and says, "the smitten are men of the lowest grade, the poorest," whom the Psalmist said "I knew not
Misgive - ) Specifically: To give doubt and apprehension to, instead of confidence and courage; to impart fear to; to make irresolute; - usually said of the mind or heart, and followed by the objective personal pronoun
Dowry - Leah, on having her sixth son, piously said, "God hath endued me with a good dowry
Halcyon - ) Pertaining to, or resembling, the halcyon, which was anciently said to lay her eggs in nests on or near the sea during the calm weather about the winter solstice
Lamina - ) A thin plate or scale; a layer or coat lying over another; - said of thin plates or platelike substances, as of bone or minerals
Adamant - The original word occurs again in Jeremiah 17:1, where it is translated "diamond," with which the writer's pen is said to be pointed
Overtake - The enemy said, I will pursue, I will overtake
Regina Caeli Laetare, Alleluia - Antiphon of Our Lady said, standing, instead of the Angelus, and also after the Divine Office, from Compline on Holy Saturday until None of the Saturday after Pentecost, inclusively
Vicariate Apostolic of Alessandria di Egitto - United with other territories to form the Vicariate Apostolic of Alessandria di Egitto (-Eliopoli di Egitto-Port-Said) on November 30, 1987
Palti - It should seem by 2 Samuel 23:26, that there must have been a place called Palat, for Helez one of David's worthies, is said to be the Paltite or Pelonite
Wild - 1: ἄγριος (Strong's #66 — Adjective — agrios — ag'-ree-os ) denotes (a) "of or in fields" (agros, "a field"), hence, "not domestic," said of honey, Matthew 3:4 ; Mark 1:6 ; (b) "savage, fierce," Jude 1:13 , RV, metaphorically, "wild (waves)," AV, "raging
Meditation - It has been well said that "Meditationis the correlative of Prayer
Enough - ...
She said, we have straw and provender enough. ...
And Esau said, I have enough, my brother. Genesis 33 ...
Israel said, it is enough Joseph is yet alive
Hear - God is said, speaking after the manner of men, to hear prayer, that is, to attend to it, and comply with the requests it contains: "I love the Lord, because he hath heard," hath attended to, hath complied with, "the voice of my supplication," Psalms 116:1 . On the contrary, God is said not to hear, that is, not to comply with, the requests of sinners, John 9:31 . Men are said to hear, when they attend to, or comply with, the request of each other, or when they obey the commands of God: "He who is of God heareth," obeyeth, practiseth, "God's words,"...
John 8:47
Conscience - Yet Paul would have said that, in spite of these liabilities, a person's conscience must be obeyed. Paul, however, would not have said that a person has no other guide. If past actions have not been such as to produce painful reactions, the person is said to have a “pure conscience” (1 Timothy 3:9 ; 2 Timothy 1:3 ). When sensitive and active in judging past acts, the conscience is said to be “good” (Acts 23:1 ; 1Timothy 1:5,1 Timothy 1:19 ; 1Peter 3:16,1 Peter 3:21 ; Hebrews 13:18 ) or “void of offence toward God” (Acts 24:16 ). If the conscience is not active in judging past acts, it is said to be “weak” (1Corinthians 8:7,1Corinthians 8:10,1 Corinthians 8:12 ) and may be wounded (1 Corinthians 8:12 )
Entangle - ...
3: ἐνέχω (Strong's #1758 — Verb — enecho — en-ekh'-o ) "to hold in," is said (a) of being "entangled" in a yoke of bondage, such as Judaism, Galatians 5:1 . have the word in 2 Thessalonians 1:4 , the most authentic have anecho, "to endure;" (b) with the meaning to set oneself against, be urgent against, said of the plotting of Herodias against John the Baptist, Mark 6:19 , RV, "set herself against," AV, "had a quarrel against;" of the effort of the scribes and Pharisees to provoke the Lord to say something which would provide them with a ground of accusation against Him, Luke 11:53 , RV, "to press upon," marg
Bidding Prayer - After which, all the people said their beads in a general silence, and the minister kneeled down likewise, and said his: they were to say a paternoster, ave maria, &c
Serpentinians - Jesus, they said, was born of the Virgin, but Christ came down from heaven to be united with him: Jesus was crucified, but Christ had left him to return to heaven. It is said they had a live serpent, which they kept in a kind of cage: at certain times they opened the cage-door, and called the serpent: the animal came out, and, mounting upon the table, twined itself about some loaves of bread
Discontent: Chronic With Some - 'Poor thing,' said a neighbor, compassionately, 'ye have shut the child out. ' 'It's all the same to him,' said the mother; 'he would cry if I called him in and then shut the door
Death: Realized - When Bernard Gilpin was privately informed that his enemies had caused thirty-two articles to be drawn up against him in the strongest manner, and presented to Bonner, bishop of London, he said to his favorite domestic, At length they have prevailed against me. ' As soon as this garment was provided, it is said, he used to put it on every day, till the bishop's messengers apprehended him
Ephphatha - ...
It is not certain whom or what Jesus addressed when He said ‘Be opened. One gate of knowledge being closed, the man is conceived of as a bolted room, and ‘Jesus said to him
Tirzah - ...
It is said to have been a beautiful, spot, and the name Tirzah, which, comes from a root, signifying somewhat grateful, evidently seems, to say so, Jesus compares his church to it. "Thou art beautiful, O my love, as"Tirzah, said the Redeemer, "comely as Jerusalem and terrible as an army with banners," (Song of Song of Solomon 6:4) And is not the church all this when beautiful, in his salvation and comely in the comeliness which he hath put upon her? And what an awe do Jesus's little ones strike even now upon the ungodly, when they behold them living in his faith, and fear and love? And who, will dare to oppose them, by and by, when they shall see the Lord Jesus come to be "glorified in his saints, and admired in all them that believe?"...
Respect - It means therefore distinguishing grace; hence it is said, "the Lord had respect unto Abel and his offering; but unto Cain and his offering he had no respect?" (Genesis 4:4-5) We are told elsewhere the cause, in that Abel offered his offering by faith in Christ, Cain did not. So again, it is said, God is no respecter of persons, (Acts 10:34) Certainly not: for it is not the person of the believer, but the Lord Jesus Christ in that believer, or by virtue of JEHOVAH beholding the person of Christ in that believer, that is the sole cause of acceptation
Festus, Porcius - The Jews at once informed Festus against Paul, but he did not consent to their request that Paul should be fetched to Jerusalem; he said he should be tried at Caesarea. " Paul said no, he spoke the words of truth and soberness
Targum - And it is more than probable that this Targum was read to the people at the reading of the Scriptures after their return from Babylon; for it is said that when they read in the book of the law, "they gave the sense, and caused them to understand the reading. They are said to be but short; the former chiefly on the prophecies, and the latter on the five books of Moses
Pelican - The Hebrew word is qaath, and this is said to be derived from a verb signifying 'to vomit. ...
The Psalmist said, "I am like a pelican of the wilderness," which refers to the bird sitting solitary for hours as it digests its stock of fish
Radiant - ) Having a raylike appearance, as the large marginal flowers of certain umbelliferous plants; - said also of the cluster which has such marginal flowers. ) Giving off rays; - said of a bearing; as, the sun radiant; a crown radiant
Glorious - " (Exodus 15:11) So the church, in consequence of her union with Christ, is said to be all-glorious within. (Psalms 45:13) And the great object of redemption is said to be, that Jesus might present to himself a glorious church
Michael the Archangel - It is also said of Michael that when he contended with Satan about the body of Moses, he durst not bring a railing accusation against him, but said, "The Lord rebuke thee
Nebuchadnezzar - We have much said in Scripture concerning this monarch, in the book of Daniel. Various have been the opinions of men concerning the wonderful change wrought upon Nebuchadnezzar, as related Daniel 4:28; Dan 4:33; but, after all that hath been said on this subject, the matter stands just where the Scriptures have left it
Eternity of God - From his attributes, several of which are said to be eternal, Romans 1:20 . From his purposes, which are also said to be from eternity, Isaiah 25:1 . From his dominion and government, said never to end, Jeremiah 10:10 . He would not be immense, immutable, and perfect, if this were the case; for he would be older one minute than he was before, which cannot be said of him
Fleury, Abbey of - The abbey also claims to possess the relics of Saint Benedict, said to have been transferred from Monte Cassino after the Lombard invasions
Oratorio - said to have originated in Saint Philip Neri's oratory, the first of these sacred dramas, the "Anima e Corpo" by Emiglio del Cavaglieri, was performed in the oratory of the church of Santa Maria in Vallicella, 1600, and the name "Oratorio" applied to the new form about 60 years later
Abraham's Bosom - In Luke 16:22 , Lazarus is said to have been carried to Abraham's bosom, that is, to the state of bliss in paradise which the father of the faithful was enjoying
Mass, Proper of the - It consists of ...
the first four chants of the choir
introit
gradual (or tract)
Alleluia (or perhaps a sequence)
offertory
Communion
lessons
epistle
Gospel (sometimes added lessons from the Old Testament)
the prayers said by the celebrant
collect
Secret
postcommunion
There are often several of each to commemorate feasts coinciding with that being kept
Zarakes - Called in 1Es 1:38 brother of Joakim or Jehoiakim, king of Judah, and said to have been brought up out of Egypt by him
Mount of the Congregation - " In their geography they are said to have identified it with mount El-wend, near Ecbatana
Huldah - Her message from the Lord was that God would surely bring the evils upon the people according to what the book said, because they had turned to idolatry; but Josiah having humbled himself, the Lord did not bring the evils in his day
Lowring - stugetos, "hateful," Titus 3:3 ), is said of the human countenance, Mark 10:22 , RV, "his countenance fell" (AV, "he was sad"); of the sky, Matthew 16:3 , "lowring
Giving - A woman who was known to be very poor, came to a missionary meeting in Wakefield, and offered to subscribe a penny a-week to the mission fund, 'Surely,' said one, 'you are too poor to afford this?' She replied, 'I spin so many hanks of yarn a-week for my living, and I'll spin one hank more, and that will be a penny a-week for the society
Akrabbim - Scorpions are said to abound in this whole district, and hence the name (Numbers 34:4 )
Minister: Need of Personal Tenderness - Speaking of the temper requisite to the right discharge of ministerial duty, Payson said, 'I never was fit to say a word to a sinner, except when I had a broken heart myself; when I was subdued and melted into penitency, and felt as though I had just received pardon to my own soul, and when my heart was full of tenderness and pity
Chancel - Itincludes the Sanctuary where the Holy Communion is celebrated andthe choir where the other offices are said
Belteshazzar - Nebuchadnezzar is said to have conferred this name on the youthful Daniel ( Daniel 1:7 )
Beth-Arbel - It is said to have been spoiled by Shalman (perhaps Shalmaneser III
Jaddus - He is there said to have married Augia, a daughter of Zorzelleus or Barzillai, and to have been called after his name
Merab - In 2 Samuel 21:8 Michal , whose sons are said to have been given over to satisfy the Gibeonites, is probably a scribal error for Merab
Dental - ) Formed by the aid of the teeth; - said of certain articulations and the letters representing them; as, d t are dental letters
Consecutive - ) Having similarity of sequence; - said of certain parallel progressions of two parts in a piece of harmony; as, consecutive fifths, or consecutive octaves, which are forbidden
Rational - ) Expressing the type, structure, relations, and reactions of a compound; graphic; - said of formulae
Easter - ) To veer to the east; - said of the wind
Shrill - ) Acute; sharp; piercing; having or emitting a sharp, piercing tone or sound; - said of a sound, or of that which produces a sound
Divulge - ) To make public; to several or communicate to the public; to tell (a secret) so that it may become generally known; to disclose; - said of that which had been confided as a secret, or had been before unknown; as, to divulge a secret
Rehearse - ) To repeat, as what has been already said; to tell over again; to recite
Abbey of Fleury - The abbey also claims to possess the relics of Saint Benedict, said to have been transferred from Monte Cassino after the Lombard invasions
Legion - Our Lord meant the expression, no doubt, exactly as it is, when he said "twelve legions of angels
Benefactor - The Lord said it was not to be so with His disciples; they had been disputing who should be the greatest (and that too when their Lord was approaching the cross!) whereas they ought to have taken a low place, following in His steps
Maschil - But wherefore some Psalms should be thus prefixed with a title, and others not, is not so very plain, since the whole book may be justly said to be Psalms of instruction
Infinite - ' Eliphaz, quite unintelligent as to Job's case, said there was 'no end' of his iniquities
Effuse - ) Having the lips, or edges, of the aperture abruptly spreading; - said of certain shells
Crotched - ) Lying within a crotch; - said of the object balls in the three-ball carom game whenever the centers of both lie within a 4/-inch square at a corner of the table, in which case but three counts are allowed unless one or both balls be forced out of the crotch
Barren - ) Incapable of producing offspring; producing no young; sterile; - said of women and female animals
Dignity - ) Quality suited to inspire respect or reverence; loftiness and grace; impressiveness; stateliness; - said of //en, manner, style, etc
Romanic - ) Related to the Roman people by descent; - said especially of races and nations speaking any of the Romanic tongues
Vicarious - ) Acting as a substitute; - said of abnormal action which replaces a suppressed normal function; as, vicarious hemorrhage replacing menstruation
Wabble - ) To move staggeringly or unsteadily from one side to the other; to vacillate; to move the manner of a rotating disk when the axis of rotation is inclined to that of the disk; - said of a turning or whirling body; as, a top wabbles; a buzz saw wabbles
Achiropoeta - The picture of Christ preserved in the chapel Sancta Sanctorum of the Lateran is supposed to have been outlined by Saint Luke and completed by angels, and is said to have miraculously appeared
Lad - ) Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; - opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; - said of persons, and often followed by of, at, that, or by the infinitive, and sometimes by with, introducing the cause or reason
Mainprise - ) To suffer to go at large, on his finding sureties, or mainpernors, for his appearance at a day; - said of a prisoner
Topaz - A single gem of this kind has been sold (it is said) for upwards of $1,000,000
Dionysius - After his conversion, Dionysius was made the first bishop of Athens; having laboured, and suffered much in the Gospel, he is said to have been burnt at Athens, A
Sanction - ) Anything done or said to enforce the will, law, or authority of another; as, legal sanctions
Linkage - ) Manner of linking or of being linked; - said of the union of atoms or radicals in the molecule
Lad - ) Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; - opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; - said of persons, and often followed by of, at, that, or by the infinitive, and sometimes by with, introducing the cause or reason
Adummim - This lonely road is said to be still much infested by robbers, and the scene of many sanguinary murders
Aristarchus - He was nearly killed in the tumult which Demetrius excited in Ephesus, Acts 19:29, and it is said that he was finally beheaded in Rome
Blasphemy - In a lower sense, men are said to be blasphemed when abused by calumnious and reviling words, 1 Kings 21:10 ; Acts 6:11
Carbuncle - A precious stone, like a large ruby or garnet, of a dark, deep red color, said to glitter even in the dark, and to sparkle more than the ruby
Sampson, Richard - It is said that he afterwards recanted his denial of papal supremacy
Richard Sampson - It is said that he afterwards recanted his denial of papal supremacy
Doctor - In Luke 2:46 it is said that the boy Jesus was found in the Temple, ‘sitting in the midst of the doctors
Revelations, Private - from visions and apparitions, in which persons see, but may not understand; when they understand, they are said to have a revelation
Science - When science is said to be in conflict with religion, it is well to recall what believing Christians have done for the various practical sciences of today
Vouchsafe - Shall I vouchsafe your worship a word or two? ...
It is not said by the apostle that God vouchsafed to the heathen the means of salvation
Scythians - They are said by Herodotus to have made an incursion into Southwestern Asia and Egypt, some seven hundred years before Christ; and it was perhaps a fragment of this host, located at Bethshean, which gave that city its classical name Scythopolis
Riddle, - Solomon is said, however, to have been very fond of riddles
Militant, Church - ) In the CommunionOffice the prayer said after the presentation of offerings is called"The Prayer for the Church Militant," which is a pleading for theHoly Church throughout the world offered in union with the GreatSacrifice
Dioscorus (1), Patriarch of Alexandria - "The country," he said, "belonged to him rather than to the sovereigns" ( τῶν κρατούντων ). Eusebius on the one hand, those of Eutyches on the other—were accordant with the decisions of the councils of Nicaea and Ephesus—"two councils in name," said he, "but one in faith" ( ib. When the passage was reached in which Basil of Seleucia and Seleucus of Amasia had said that the one Christ was in two natures after the incarnation, a storm of wrath broke out. " "Be quiet for a little," said Dioscorus; "let us hear some more blasphemies. "We accept this statement," said Dioscorus. " "We all agree to this," said Dioscorus. "We agree," said the council ( ib. This aroused once more the zealots of the Alexandrian party; one bishop sprang forward, shouting, "This upsets the whole church!" The Egyptians and the monks, led by Barsumas, cried out, "Cut him in two, who says two natures! He is a Nestorian!" Basil's nerves gave way; he lost, as he afterwards said, his perceptions, bodily and mental ( ib. "It is false," said Flavian. "If Flavian," said Dioscorus, "knows anything which supports his opinion, let him put it in writing . " Flavian then said that the acts had been scrutinized, and no falsification had been found in them; that, for himself, he had always glorified God by holding what he then held. " "It must be," said Dioscorus in answer; "if my tongue were to be cut out for it, I would still say so. Lucentius, another delegate, said, "He has presumed to hold a synod without leave of the apostolic see, which has never been done. ) "We cannot," said Paschasinus, "transgress the apostolic pope's orders. " They bade Dioscorus sit in the middle by himself, and the Roman deputies sat down and said no more. " "No," said the magistrates, "the charge against you must first be met; wait until the acts have been read, as you yourself desired. " Dioscorus coolly said that if the bishops had not understood the merits of the case, they ought not to have signed. Aetius, archdeacon of Constantinople, said it had not even been "received. " "But," said Dioscorus, "the acts shew that I proposed that it should be read. " Juvenal, on being questioned, said, "The chief notary told us that he had an imperial letter; I answered that it ought to come first; no one afterwards said that he had in his hands a letter from Leo. Basil) said that he had not power, of himself, to order the reading of the letter ( ib. When the reader came to Dioscorus's words, "I examine the decrees of the Fathers" (councils), Eusebius said, "See, he said, 'I examine'; and I do the same. " Dioscorus caught him up: "I said 'examine,' not 'innovate. " "He said, Seek, and ye shall find," retorted Eusebius ( ib. One bishop objected to the record of "Guardian of the faith" as an acclamation in honour of Dioscorus, "No one said that. " "They want to deny all that is confessed to be the fact," said Dioscorus; "let them next say they were not there. " "There are four copies," said Dioscorus calmly, "which contain it. ) There was some further criticism of the profession of faith made by Eutyches; whereupon Dioscorus said, "If Eutyches has any heterodox opinion, he deserves not only to be punished, but to be burnt! My only object is to preserve the Catholic faith, not that of any man. "If you taught in such a Catholic tone," said the magistrates, "why did you sign the deposition of Flavian?" Basil pleaded the compulsory authority of a council of bishops. "On your own shewing," said Dioscorus, "you betrayed the faith for fear of men. " "But," said the magistrates, "you said at first that you had been forced to sign a blank paper. Thalassius only said, "It was not my doing. " "Such a defence," said the magistrates, "is no defence when the faith is concerned. " "If," said Dioscorus, "you blame me for obeying Elpidius, were no rules broken when Theodoret was brought in?" "He came in as accuser. "Let his next words be read," said Dioscorus; "you will find that he is inconsistent with himself. Dioscorus, still undaunted, said, "The reason why Flavian was condemned was plainly this, that he asserted two natures after the incarnation. After more reading, he said, "I accept the phrase 'of two natures,' but I do not accept 'two'" ( i. " "Was Flavian," asked Paschasinus, "allowed such freedom of speech as this man takes?" "No," said the magistrates significantly; "but then this council is being carried on with justice" ( ib. " Eustathius, wishing, he said, to promote a good understanding, asked whether "two natures" meant "two divided natures. " "No," said Basil, "neither divided nor confused" ( ib. After some discussion as to making an exposition of faith, which led to the reading of the creed in its two forms—both of which were accepted—and of Cyril's "two canonical epistles," and of Leo's letter to Flavian (the Tome), which was greeted with "Peter has spoken by Leo; Cyril taught thus; Leo and Cyril have taught alike," but to parts of which some objection was taken by one bishop, and time given for consideration, the usual exclamations were made, among which we find that of the Illyrians, "Restore Dioscorus to the synod, to the churches! We have all offended, let all be forgiven!" while the enemies of Dioscorus called for his banishment, and the clerics of Constantinople said that he who communicated with him was a Jew ( ib. Three bishops, sent with a notary, found him, and said, "The holy council begs your Holiness to attend its meeting. " "I am under guard," said he; "I am hindered by the officers" ( magistriani, the subordinates of the "master of the offices," or "supreme magistrate of the palace," see Gibbon, ii. He had nothing more to say than he had said to former envoys. " "What I have said, I have said; it is enough. " One bishop said bitterly, "When he murdered holy Flavian, he did not adduce canons, nor proceed by church forms
Helper - Nearly everything said of the Helper is also said of Jesus in the Gospel, and the Helper actually comes as “another parakletos” (John 14:16 ), implying that Jesus had been the first (1 John 2:1 ). The Helper would be sent by the Father to “teach” the disciples and to bring to remembrance all Jesus “said” to them (John 14:26 ; John 16:14-15 )
Divide - 14:15, where it is said that Abram “divided his forces” (RSV) as he rescued his nephew Lot from the enemy. 4:19, where the sun, moon, and stars are said to have been “allotted” to all peoples by God. 29:26, where God is said not to have “allotted” false gods to His people
Caritas, Martyr - Sophia, Pistis, Elpis, Agape, are said to have been a mother and daughters who suffered in September, and whose relics were transferred to the church of St. On the other hand, Sapienta, Spes, Fides, Caritas, are said by Ado to have suffered Aug. It appears probable that Ado has confounded the widely celebrated martyrs who are said to have suffered in September under Adrian, with the occupants of some Christian tombs in a crypt where there were many celebrations early in August
Mary, Sister of Lazarus And Martha - When Jesus arrived Mary exclaimed, as Martha had done previously, "Lord, if thou hadst been here, my brother had not died:" but Mary said it at the feet of the Lord. To Martha Jesus said that she should have her brother back, and should see the power of death broken by the One who was "the resurrection and the life;" but Mary had Himself. Judas and others were indignant at what they called 'waste,' but the Lord defended Mary's action, and said He was being anointed for His burial: this act should be told of her in the whole world
Little Saint Hugh of Lincoln - Miracles were said to have been wrought at Saint Hugh's tomb
Mouldy - Of the Gibeonites it is said that "all the bread of their provision was dry and mouldy" (Joshua 9:5,12 )
Eth-Baal - He is said to have been also a priest of Astarte, whose worship was closely allied to that of Baal, and this may account for his daughter's zeal in promoting idolatry in Israel
Tabitha - Peter, who was sent for from Lydda on the occasion of her death, prayed over the dead body, and said, "Tabitha, arise
Consistency (2) - I shall not attend Sabbath school any more,' said a young girl to one of her class
Baptistry - In the ancient church, it is said, it was generally a building separate, and distinct from the church
Champleve - ) Having the ground engraved or cut out in the parts to be enameled; inlaid in depressions made in the ground; - said of a kind of enamel work in which depressions made in the surface are filled with enamel pastes, which are afterward fired; also, designating the process of making such enamel work
Argus - ) A fabulous being of antiquity, said to have had a hundred eyes, who has placed by Juno to guard Io
Hugh, Saint - Miracles were said to have been wrought at Saint Hugh's tomb
Zuph - No known site can be said to contain any certain trace of the name Zuph
Cordelier - The denomination cordelier, is said to have been given in the war of St
Prudence (False): Its Mischief - James the First once said of armour, that 'it was an excellent invention, for it not only saved the life of the wearer, but it hindered him from doing harm to anybody else
Arrowroot - It said that the Indians used the roots to neutralize the venom in wounds made by poisoned arrows
Factorize - ) To give warning to; - said of a person in whose hands the effects of another are attached, the warning being to the effect that he shall not pay the money or deliver the property of the defendant in his hands to him, but appear and answer the suit of the plaintiff
Dodo - The solitary dodo is a large fowl, and is said to weigh sometimes forty five pounds
Ish-Sechel - In Ezra 8:18 it is said: ‘And by the good hand of our God upon us they brought us a man of understanding, of the sons of Mahli,’ where RV Obeying God: With Delight - I wish I could mind God as my little dog minds me,' said a little boy, looking thoughtfully on his shaggy friend; 'he always looks so pleased to mind, and I don't
Fluent - ) Ready in the use of words; voluble; copious; having words at command; and uttering them with facility and smoothness; as, a fluent speaker; hence, flowing; voluble; smooth; - said of language; as, fluent speech
Amen - " It is used as an acclamation which indicates that the speaker adopts for his own what has been said by another (Deuteronomy 27), as an affirmation of the speaker's own thought, and as a formula of conclusion at the end of prayers
Bethaven - Though this is said to be on the east of Bethel, in Hosea it would appear to be a name given to Bethel itself as being no longer the 'house of God,' but the 'house of vanity' because of the idols there
Cast - Someone has said, "Take your burden baggage to GOD's depot, and check it
Cakes - Several Hebrew words are used for 'cakes,' and they are often said to be mingled with oil
North - Elihu said the cold came out of the north
Patmos - ' In the ascent is a cave or grotto in which John is said to have written the Revelation
Pisgah - ), and was said to be 'over against Jericho
Ee - , in the United States, to the right side); - said of cattle, or a team; used most frequently in the imperative, often with off, by drivers of oxen, in directing their teams, and opposed to haw, or hoi
Haste - I said in my haste, all men are liars
Disciple - We follow in the teaching and example of what He said and did
Unpardonable Sin - There may be many sins against the Holy Spirit, but it was this special one of blasphemy of which the Lord said it should not be forgiven, neither in this age nor in the age to come
Utricular - ) Resembling a utricle or bag, whether large or minute; - said especially with reference to the condition of certain substances, as sulphur, selenium, etc
Fricative - ) Produced by the friction or rustling of the breath, intonated or unintonated, through a narrow opening between two of the mouth organs; uttered through a close approach, but not with a complete closure, of the organs of articulation, and hence capable of being continued or prolonged; - said of certain consonantal sounds, as f, v, s, z, etc
Oldfish - It is native of China, and is said to have been introduced into Europe in 1691
Yaw - ) To steer wild, or out of the line of her course; to deviate from her course, as when struck by a heavy sea; - said of a ship
Adder - Hence, when the Lord Jesus Christ is said to bruise Satan, it is described under the similitude of "treading on the lion and the adder
Mercy - (Psalms 130:4) And when Zecharias prophesied, under the influence of God the Holy Ghost, at the coming of Christ, he said it was to perform the mercy promised
Jegarsahadutha - ) Jacob called it Galeed and Mizpah; as if he had said, let the Galeed be witness, and this Mizpah be witness, There is something very tender and interesting in this parting of natural ties never to meet again
Motmot - The bird itself is said by some writers to trim them into this shape
Left-Handed - ) Having a direction contrary to that of the hands of a watch when seen in front; - said of a twist, a rotary motion, etc
Wicked - ) Evil in principle or practice; deviating from morality; contrary to the moral or divine law; addicted to vice or sin; sinful; immoral; profligate; - said of persons and things; as, a wicked king; a wicked woman; a wicked deed; wicked designs
Loria - ) A doxology (beginning Gloria Patri, Glory be to the Father), sung or said at the end of the Psalms in the service of the Roman Catholic and other churches
Liver - ) The glossy ibis (Ibis falcinellus); - said to have given its name to the city of Liverpool
Sad - ) Dull; grave; dark; somber; - said of colors
Otherwise - It is said truly, that the best men otherwise, are not always the best in regard to society
Eleutherius, Pope Saint - As pope he is said to have declared against the Montanists
Frog - The magicians are said to have brought up frogs upon the land by their enchantments; but as they could not remove them, it is clear that they did not actually produce them
Drusilla - , and is said to have been persuaded by one Simon (? Simon Magus) to desert her first husband, Azizus king of Emesa, for Felix
Deaconess - In Romans 16:1 , Phebe is said to be a "servant" of the church at Cenchrea; but in the original Greek she is called deaconess
Resin - Resins are soluble in oils and alcohol, and are said to be nothing but oils concreted by combination with oxygen
Admah - Jehovah, when speaking of His fierce anger against Ephraim said, "How shall I make thee as Admah?" Hosea 11:8
Brother - This word represents a full brother or a half-brother: “And he said to him, Go, I pray thee, see whether it be well with thy brethren …” ( said unto Jacob, Because thou art my brother, shouldest thou therefore serve me for nought?” ( said unto [1] Simeon his brother, Come up with me into my lot …” ( said, I pray you, brethren, do not so wickedly” ( said unto them [3], My brethren, whence be ye?”...
The word 'âch sometimes represents someone or something that simply exists alongside a given person or thing: “And surely your blood of your lives will I require; at the hand of every beast will I require it, and at the hand of … every man’s brother will I require the life of man” ( Bilocation - A physical body is said to be in place circumscriptively, every exterior part juxtaposed with Its corresponding part of the environing surfaces. A spiritual being is said to be in place definitely, entire in every part of space occupied
Root - A — 1: ῥίζα (Strong's #4491 — Noun Feminine — rhiza — hrid'-zah ) is used (a) in the natural sense, Matthew 3:10 ; 13:6,21 ; Mark 4:6,17 ; 11:20 ; Luke 3:9 ; 8:13 ; (b) metaphorically (1) of "cause, origin, source," said of persons, ancestors, Romans 11:16-18 (twice); of things, evils, 1 Timothy 6:10 , RV, of the love of money as a "root" of all "kinds of evil" (marg. , "evils;" AV, "evil"); bitterness, Hebrews 12:15 ; (2) of that which springs from a "root," a shoot, said of offspring, Romans 15:12 ; Revelation 5:5 ; 22:16
Sense - Moral Sense is said to be an apprehension of that beauty or deformity which arises in the mind by a kind of natural instinct, previously to any reasoning upon the remoter consequences of actions. On the affirmative side it is said, that, ...
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Sadducees - A famous sect among the Jews; so called, it is said, from their founder, Sadoc. It is said also, that they rejected the Bible, except the Pentateuch; denied predestination; and taught, thet God had made man absolute master of all his actions, without assistance to good, or restraint from evil
Religion: Must be Personal - One day he said to her, 'Ellen, it is time for me to take my medicine, I think. ' Ellen quickly did so, and brought it to his bedside; but, instead of taking it in his own hand, he quietly said, 'Now, dear, will you drink it for me?' 'Me drink it! What do you mean? I am sure I would, in a minute, if it would cure you all the same; but you know it won't do you any good, unless you take it yourself
Early Communion - The motive of the early Communion, especially on the Lord's Day,may be said to be twofold: First, the recognition of the Holy Communion as the distinctive act of worship for each Lord's Day,without taking part in which no primitive Christian would have beenconsidered to have properly kept Sunday, and secondly, the reverentdesire to receive fasting, or as Bishop Jeremy Taylor has said, "todo this honor to the Blessed Sacrament, that It be the first foodwe eat and the first beverage we drink on that day
Remembrance: How to be Had in - 'Findernes!' said he, 'we have no Findernes here, but we have something that once belonged them: we have Findernes' flowers. 'There,' said he, pointing to a bank of 'garden flowers grown wild,' 'there are the Findernes' flowers, brought by Sir Geoffrey from the Holy Land, and do what we will, they will never die!' So be it with each of us
Extreme - ) Last; final; conclusive; - said of time; as, the extreme hour of life. ) Extended or contracted as much as possible; - said of intervals; as, an extreme sharp second; an extreme flat forth
Conversion - In Peter's address to the Jews he said, "Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out. The Lord, knowing that he would fall under the sifting of Satan, said, "When thou art converted strengthen thy brethren;" that is, when he had returned in contrition, or been restored
Murder - The first death was caused by murder when Cain slew his brother Abel, and the second recorded is when Lamech said, "I have slain a man to my wounding," or "for my wound;" which may mean that he did it in self-defence. God set a mark upon Cain that none should kill him; and Lamech said, "If Cain shall be avenged sevenfold, truly Lamech seventy and sevenfold
Liberty - The conscience set free from guilt, as when the Lord said to several, "Thy sins be forgiven thee: go in peace. Jesus said, "I am the door: by me if any man enter in he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture
Mantle - ) To unfold and spread out the wings, like a mantle; - said of hawks. ) To spread out; - said of wings
Nehushtan - (2 Kings 18:4) It should seem very plain, from what is said in this Scripture, that what Moses in his days had lifted up at the command of God, and for the most blessed purposes, the Israelites in after-ages had perverted into an idol. We find, by what is said of Hezekiah's destroying it, that the Israelites had preserved it, and brought it with them into Canaan
Say - ) A speech; something said; an expression of opinion; a current story; a maxim or proverb. ) To utter or express in words; to tell; to speak; to declare; as, he said many wise things
Amen - Again, we find it at the beginning of a sentence, to signify the firm certainty of what was about to be said, as very frequently in our Lord's addresses (Matthew 25:40; John 3:3; John 3:5; John 3:11, and in other places), where it is usually rendered "verily. " The promises of the gospel, too, are said to be "yea, and amen," 2 Corinthians 1:20, to indicate their stability
Basic - ) said of crystalline rocks which contain a relatively low percentage of silica, as basalt
Camber - ) An upward convexity of a deck or other surface; as, she has a high camber (said of a vessel having an unusual convexity of deck)
Clarify - ) To make clear or bright by freeing from feculent matter; to defecate; to fine; - said of liquids, as wine or sirup
Disparity of Worship - Unless by dispensation, such a marriage is null; and for the granting of the said dispensation the signing of certain promises is required, pledging non-interference with the religion of the Catholic party and with the Catholic baptism and training of the children, and also that no ceremony will take place except that before a Catholic priest
Dreuillets, Gabriel - It is thought that he said Mass privately in Boston, whither he went as governmental envoy, 1650, to negotiate a commercial treaty with the Puritans
Druillettes, Gabriel - It is thought that he said Mass privately in Boston, whither he went as governmental envoy, 1650, to negotiate a commercial treaty with the Puritans
Ruby - The price of a virtuous woman is said to be "far above rubies" (Proverbs 31:10 )
Slack, Slackness - A — 1: βραδύνω (Strong's #1019 — Verb — braduno — brad-oo'-no ) used intransitively signifies "to be slow, to tarry" (bradus, "slow"), said negatively of God, 2 Peter 3:9 , "is (not) slack;" in 1 Timothy 3:15 , translated "(if) I tarry
Assault - , "to stand over" (epi, "over," histemi, "to stand"), signifies "to assault;" said in Acts 17:5 , of those who attacked the house of Jason
Bible: How to Deal With Its Difficulties - An old man once said, 'For a long period I puzzled myself about the difficulties of Scripture, until at last I came to the resolution that reading the Bible was like eating fish
Bloodhound - The Cuban bloodhound is said to be a variety of the mastiff
Buffer - ) A good-humored, slow-witted fellow; - usually said of an elderly man
Wormwood - In ( Jeremiah 9:15 ; 23:15 ; Lamentations 3:15,19 ) wormwood is symbolical of bitter calamity and sorrow; unrighteous judges are said to "turn judgment to wormwood
Chosen - It is said with regard to those who do not profit by their opportunities that "many are called, but few are chosen" (Matthew 20:16 )
Apology - ) Something said or written in defense or justification of what appears to others wrong, or of what may be liable to disapprobation; justification; as, Tertullian's Apology for Christianity
Rather - ) On the other hand; to the contrary of what was said or suggested; instead
Palmated - ) Having the distal portion broad, flat, and more or less divided into lobes; - said of certain corals, antlers, etc
Plumper - A person who gives his vote thus is said to plump, or to plump his vote
Acuteness - ) Shrillness; high pitch; - said of sounds
Dirty - ) To tarnish; to sully; to scandalize; - said of reputation, character, etc
Gabriel Dreuillets - It is thought that he said Mass privately in Boston, whither he went as governmental envoy, 1650, to negotiate a commercial treaty with the Puritans
Gabriel Druillettes - It is thought that he said Mass privately in Boston, whither he went as governmental envoy, 1650, to negotiate a commercial treaty with the Puritans
Rephaims - (Genesis 14:5) Those were probably the same as Moses takes notice of Deuteronomy 2:10-11, there called Emims, a people great and tall, which in times past, it is said, were called giants, as the Anakims; but the Moabites called them Emims
Contradiction - An assertion of the contrary to what has been said or affirmed denial contrary declaration
Apostles of Erin, the Twelve - They are said to have been: ...
Ciaran of Saighir (Seir-Kieran),
Ciaran of Clonmacnoise,
Brendan of Birr,
Brendan of Clonfert,
Columba of Tirda-glast (Terryglass),
Ruadhan of Lorrha,
Senan of Iniscathay (Scattery Island),
Columba of Iona,
Mobht of Glasnevin,
Ninnidh the Saintly of Loch Erne,
Lasserian mac Nadfraech, and
Canice of Aghaboe
Tobiah - Nehemiah said of him and others, "Ye have no portion, nor right, nor memorial in Jerusalem
Beor - Balaam by his great wisdom became vain, so a fool (ben be‘ôr), said Jerus
Venous - ) Contained in the veins, or having the same qualities as if contained in the veins, that is, having a dark bluish color and containing an insufficient amount of oxygen so as no longer to be fit for oxygenating the tissues; - said of the blood, and opposed to arterial
Foxy - ) Sour; unpleasant in taste; - said of wine, beer, etc
Offertory - ) The Scripture sentences said or sung during the collection of the offerings
Erin, the Twelve Apostles of - They are said to have been: ...
Ciaran of Saighir (Seir-Kieran),
Ciaran of Clonmacnoise,
Brendan of Birr,
Brendan of Clonfert,
Columba of Tirda-glast (Terryglass),
Ruadhan of Lorrha,
Senan of Iniscathay (Scattery Island),
Columba of Iona,
Mobht of Glasnevin,
Ninnidh the Saintly of Loch Erne,
Lasserian mac Nadfraech, and
Canice of Aghaboe
Agag - The name also occurs in Numbers 24:7 , where Balaam said of Israel "his king shall be higher than Agag
Lod - It is said to be nigh to Joppa
Loins - God said to Job, "Gird up now thy loins like a man
Monstrous - ; - said of size, appearance, color, sound, etc
Harosheth of the Gentiles - This is said to have been the residence of Sisera, the general of the armies of Jabin, king of Canaan, who reigned at Hazor
Aetians - another branch (as it is said) of Arians, so called from Aetius, bishop of Antioch, who is also charged with maintaining "faith without works," as "sufficient to salvation," or rather justification; and with maintaining "that sin is not imputed to believers
Mid - ) Made with a somewhat elevated position of some certain part of the tongue, in relation to the palate; midway between the high and the low; - said of certain vowel sounds; as, a (ale), / (/ll), / (/ld)
Laving - ) Active; lively; vigorous; - said esp
Rosicrucians - (Latin: fraternitas rosae crucis, brotherhood of the Red Cross) ...
(1) A sect which arose at the beginning of the 17th century, but which traced its origin to Christian Rosenkreuz, 200 years earlier, who is said to have learned Arabian magic while traveling in the East
Baldred, Saint - The disturbed conditions of the time forced him to retire from his see, and he is said to have ended his life as a hermit
Twelve Apostles of Erin, the - They are said to have been: ...
Ciaran of Saighir (Seir-Kieran),
Ciaran of Clonmacnoise,
Brendan of Birr,
Brendan of Clonfert,
Columba of Tirda-glast (Terryglass),
Ruadhan of Lorrha,
Senan of Iniscathay (Scattery Island),
Columba of Iona,
Mobht of Glasnevin,
Ninnidh the Saintly of Loch Erne,
Lasserian mac Nadfraech, and
Canice of Aghaboe
Ruthwell Cross - A portion of Cynewulf's poem, Dream of the Rood, in which the tree of the Cross is conceived of as telling its own story, is engraved upon it, and is said to be the earliest piece of written English extant
Bosom - Our Savior is said to carry his lambs in his bosom, which beautifully represents his tender care and watchfulness over them, Isaiah 40:11
Joseph Barsabas - said (Papias, Eusebius, H
Mass - Nicod, after Baronius, observes that the word comes from the Hebrew missach, ( oblatum, ) or from the Latin missa missorum; because in former times the catechumens and excommunicated were sent out of the church, when the deacons said, "Ite, missa est," after sermon and reading of the epistle, and Gospel; they not being allowed to assist at the consecration. John the Baptist, at which are said three masses; that of the Innocents, at which the Gloria in excelsis and Hallelujah are omitted; and, it being a day of mourning, the altar is of a violet colour. As to ordinary masses, some are said for the dead, and, as is supposed, contribute to extricate the soul out of purgatory. If the mass be said for a person distinguished, by his rank or virtues, it is followed with a funeral oration; they erect a chapelle ardente, that is, a representation of the deceased, with branches and tapers of yellow wax, either in the middle of the church, or near the deceased's tomb, where the priest pronounces a solemn absolution of the deceased. There are likewise private masses said for stolen or strayed goods or cattle, for health, for travellers, &c, which go under the name of votive masses
Magistral - ) Formulated extemporaneously, or for a special case; - opposed to officinal, and said of prescriptions and medicines
Plastic - ) Pertaining or appropriate to, or characteristic of, molding or modeling; produced by, or appearing as if produced by, molding or modeling; - said of sculpture and the kindred arts, in distinction from painting and the graphic arts
Concave - ) Hollow and curved or rounded; vaulted; - said of the interior of a curved surface or line, as of the curve of the of the inner surface of an eggshell, in opposition to convex; as, a concave mirror; the concave arch of the sky
Tripping - ) Having the right forefoot lifted, the others remaining on the ground, as if he were trotting; trippant; - said of an animal, as a hart, buck, and the like, used as a bearing
Agate - A precious stone said to take its name from the river Achates in Sicily, where it abounded
Fever - Peter's wife's mother is said to have suffered from a "great fever" (Luke 4:38 ), an instance of Luke's professional exactitude in describing disease
Endless - ...
2: ἀπέραντος (Strong's #562 — Adjective — aperantos — ap-er'-an-tos ) from a, negative and peraino, "to complete, finish," signifies "interminable, endless;" it is said of genealogies, 1 Timothy 1:4
Single - 1: ἁπλοῦς (Strong's #573 — Adjective — haplous — hap-looce' ) "simple, single," is used in a moral sense in Matthew 6:22 ; Luke 11:34 , said of the eye; "singleness" of purpose keeps us from the snare of having a double treasure and consequently a divided heart
Eloquent - " In the AV of Acts 18:24 , it is translated "eloquent," said of Apollos; the RV is almost certainly right in translating it "learned
Regret - ...
B — 1: ἀμεταμέλητος (Strong's #278 — Adjective — ametameletos — am-et-am-el'-ay-tos ) "not repented of" (a, negative, and A), is translated "which bringeth no regret" in 2 Corinthians 7:10 , RV, said of repentance (AV, "not to be repented of"); elsewhere, in Romans 11:29
Adriel - Here it is said that Michal "brought up" [1] these five sons, either that she treated them as if she had been their own mother, or that for "Michal" we should read "Merab," as in 1 Samuel 18:19 )
Heteromerous - ) Having the femoral artery developed as the principal artery of the leg; - said of certain birds, as the cotingas and pipras
Jabez (2) - A town where the scribes belonging to the families of the Kenites resided (1 Chronicles 2:55; a school said by the Targum to have been founded by Othniel, called also Jabez; Rechab is made Rechabiah son of Eliezer, Moses' son): the Tirathites, Shimeathites, and Sucathites; they came of Hemath, the father of the house of Rechab
Eutychus - It is not actually said that Eutychus was dead, but that seems at least to have been the general belief
Dative - ) Removable, as distinguished from perpetual; - said of an officer
Refractory - ) Resisting ordinary treatment; difficult of fusion, reduction, or the like; - said especially of metals and the like, which do not readily yield to heat, or to the hammer; as, a refractory ore
Formula - ) A prescribed or set form; an established rule; a fixed or conventional method in which anything is to be done, arranged, or said
Hobble - ) To move roughly or irregularly; - said of style in writing
Esoteric - ) Designed for, and understood by, the specially initiated alone; not communicated, or not intelligible, to the general body of followers; private; interior; acroamatic; - said of the private and more recondite instructions and doctrines of philosophers
Hooded - ) Having the head conspicuously different in color from the rest of the plumage; - said of birds
Feathered - ) Having feathers; - said of an arrow, when the feathers are of a tincture different from that of the shaft
Energy - ) Strength of expression; force of utterance; power to impress the mind and arouse the feelings; life; spirit; - said of speech, language, words, style; as, a style full of energy
Vintage - In reference to the future time of blessing for Israel it is said, "Your threshing shall reach unto the vintage, and the vintage shall reach unto the sowing time
Unison - Parts played or sung in octaves are also said to be in unison, or in octaves
Caesar - (See Matthew 22:21) And Paul the apostle, when compelled to appeal against the injustice of Festus, said, I appeal unto Caesar; whereas, Nero was at that time the Emperor
Medicine - On the banks of the future river that will flow from the sanctuary, trees will grow, of which it is said, "The fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine
Plastic - ) Pertaining or appropriate to, or characteristic of, molding or modeling; produced by, or appearing as if produced by, molding or modeling; - said of sculpture and the kindred arts, in distinction from painting and the graphic arts
Mellow - ) Not coarse, rough, or harsh; subdued; soft; rich; delicate; - said of sound, color, flavor, style, etc
Tirhakah - His triumphs westward are said to have reached the Pillars of Hercules
Jupiter - He was called the son of Saturn and Ops, and was said to have been born in Crete
Matthi'as - It is said that he preached the gospel and suffered martyrdom in Ethiopia
hu'Shim -
In (Genesis 46:23 ) "the children of Dan" are said to have been Hushim
Toleration Act - An act to retain the Queen's Majesty's Subjects in their due obedience; " nor the statute made in the 20th year of the said Queen, "for the more speedy and due execution of certain branches of the former act;" nor that clause of a statute made in the 1st year of the said Queen, intituled "An act for the Uniformity of common Prayer, " &c. whereby all persons are required to resort to their parish church or chapel, upon pain of punishment by the censures of the church; and also upon pain that every person so offending, shall forfeit for every such offence twelve pence; nor the statute made in the 3d year of the late King James, inituled "An act for the better discovering and repressing Popish Recusants;" nor that other statute, intituled ...
"An act to prevent and avoid dangers which may grow by Popish Recussants;" nor any other law or statute of this realm made against Papists or Popish Recusants, shall be construed to extend to any person or persons dissenting from the Church of England, that shall take the oaths (of allegiance and supremacy) and shall make and subscribe the declaration (against Popery;) which oaths and declaration the justices of the peace at the general sessions of the peace for the county, or place where such persons shall live, are hereby required to administer to such persons as shall offer themselves to make and subscribe the same, and thereof to keep a register; and likewise, none of the persons aforesaid shall give or pay, as any fee or reward, to any officer belonging to the court, above the sum of sixpence, for his entry of his taking the said oaths, &c. That every person that shall take the said oaths and make and subscribe the declaration aforesaid, shall not be liable to any pains, penalties, or forfeitures, mentioned in an act made in the 35th of the late Queen Elizabeth, nor in an act made in the 22d of Charles the Second, intituled "An act to prevent and suppress Seditious Conventicles;" nor shall any of the said persons be prosecuted in any ecclesiastical court for their nonconforming to the Church or England. Provided that if any assembly of persons, dissenting from the Church of England, shall be held in any place for religious worship with the doors locked, barrel, or bolted, during any time of such meeting together, such persons shall not receive any benefit from this law, but be liable to all the pains and penalties of all the aforesaid laws. Provided that nothing herein contained shall be construed to exempt any of the persons aforesaid from paying of tithes, or other parochial duties; nor from any prosecution in any ecclesiastical court or elsewhere, for the same. as aforesaid, shall hereafter be chosen high constable, or petit constable, church-warden, oversee of the poor, or any other parochial or ward officer, and such person shall scruple to take upon him any of the said offices, in regard of the oaths, or any other matter or thing required by the law to be taken or done in respect of such office, every such person shall and may execute such office by a sufficient deputy, that shall comply with the laws on this behalf. That no person dissenting from the church of England in holy orders, or pretended holy orders, or pretending to holy orders, nor any preacher or teacher of any congregation of Dissenting Protestants, that shall make and subscribe the declaration aforsaid, and take the said oaths at the General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be held for the county, town, parts, or division where such person lives, which court is hereby empowered to administer the same, and shall also declare his approbation of and subscribe the Articles of Religion mentioned in the statute made in the 13th of Q. that shall subscribe the aforesaid Articles of Religion, except before excepted, and also except part of the 27th article touching infant baptism, and shall take the said oaths, &c. That every teacher or preacher in holy orders, or pretended holy orders, that is, a minister, preacher, or teacher of a congregation, that shall take the oaths herein required, and make and subscribe the declaration aforesaid, &c. That every justice of the peace may, at any time, require any person that goes to any meeting for exercise of religion, to make and subscribe the declaration aforesaid, and also to take the said oaths or declaration of fidelity hereinafter mentioned: in case such person scruples the taking of an oath, and upon refusal, such justice of the peace is required to commit such person to prison, and to certify the name of such person to the next General or Quarter Sessions of the Peace, &c. recites, That there are certain other Dissenters who scruple the taking of any oath; and then proceeds to enact, That every such person shall make and subscribe the aforesaid declaration, and also this declaration of fidelity following; viz. Provided, That all the laws made and provided for the frequenting of divine service on the Lord's Day, commonly called Sunday, shall be still in force, and executed against all persons that offend against the said laws, except such persons come to some congregation or assembly of religious worship, allowed or permitted by this act. Provided, That neither this act, nor any clause, article, or thing herein contained, shall extend, or be construed to extend, to give any ease, benefit, or advantage to any Papist or Popish Recusant whatsoever, or any person that shall deny in his preaching or writing the doctrine of the blessed Trinity, as it is declared in the above-said Articles of Religion. and in default of such sureties, shall be committed to prison, there to remain till the next General or Quarter Sessions; and, upon conviction of the said offence at the said General or Quarter Sessions, shall suffer the pain and penalty of 20l. That no congregation or assembly for religious worship shall be permitted or allowed by this act until the place of such meeting shall be certified to the Bishop of the diocess, or to the Archdeacon of that archdeaconry, or to the justices of the peace at the General or Quarter Sessions of the peace for the county, city, or place in which such meeting shall be held, and registered in the said Bishop's or Archdeacon's court respectively, or recorded at the said General or Quarter Sessions; the register or clerk of the peace whereof respectively is hereby required to register the same, and to give certificate thereof to such person as shall demand the same; for which there shall be no greater fee or reward taken than the sum of sixpence
Abiathar - ...
A difficulty arises from the circumstance that, in 1 Kings 2:27 , Abiathar is said to be deprived of the priest's office by Solomon; while in 2 Samuel 8:17 1 Chronicles 18:16 24:3,6,31 , Ahimelech the son of Abiathar is said to be high priest along with Zadok. See under Mark 2:26 , where Abiathar is said to have given David the showbread, in allusion to 1 Samuel 21:1-6 , where it is Ahimelech
Jealousy - Probably the most striking example of the anthropomorphic portrayal of God is in those passages where he is said to be jealous. In Romans 10:19 , Israel is said to be provoked to jealousy by Gentile nations that receive divine blessings. "...
The Corinthian Christians are said to be provoking God to jealousy because of the worship of idols (1 Corinthians 10:22 )
Prayer: Believing - Is it not a sad thing that we should think it wonderful for God to hear prayer? Much better faith was that of a little boy in one of the schools in Edinburgh, who had attended a prayer-meeting, and at last said to his teacher who conducted it, 'Teacher, I wish my sister could be got to read the Bible; she never reads it. The teacher thought it very rude of the boy to disturb the people in a crowded room, and so the next day when the lad came, he said, 'John, I thought it was very rude of you to get up in the prayer-meeting and go out. ' ...
'Oh, sir,' said the boy, 'I did not mean to be rude; but I thought I should just like to go home and see my sister reading her Bible for the first time
Chaldean Language - The Hebrew language is held to be closely related to the Aramaic: that the two are not the same is evident from Isaiah 36:11 , where the Jewish leaders asked Rabshakeh to speak in the Syrian language, and not in the Jews' language, that the Jews generally should not understand what was said. There must be some reason why in Daniel it is said the wise men answered the king in 'Aramaic:' this is held to be not the learned and court language, but the common language of the people; and the wise men may have used it that all who heard it might judge of the reasonableness of what they said, though the king might condemn them
Aurelian, Roman Emporor - The few facts which connect the name of this emperor with the history of the Christian church are as follows:—(1) he is said (Vopiscus, c. "It would seem," he said, "as if you were holding your meetings in a church of the Christians instead of in the temple of all the gods. (2) Startled by the rapid progress of Christianity, Aurelian is said to have resolved towards the close of his reign on active measures for its repression
FALSE - Not true not conformable to fact expressing what is contrary to that which exists, is done, said or thought. A false report communicates what is not done or said. A false accusation imputes to a person what he has not done or said
Father - Thus Jubal is said to have been the father of such as dwell in tents; and "Tubal the father of all such as handle the harp or organ. " (Ephesians 3:14-15)...
Hence, in relation to him under this sweet appellation and character, the Lord Jesus himself said to Mary after he arose from the dead, "I ascend unto my Father and your Father, and to my God and your God. (Isaiah 9:6) I refer the reader to what was said under the article Abba, for the farther view of the blessedness of this relationship
Conversations - The formula of assent in conversation was Συ ειπας , Νκτρβδ , Thou hast said, or Thou hast rightly said. This explains the answer of the Saviour to the high priest Caiaphas in Matthew 26:64 , when he was asked whether he was the Christ, the Son of God, and replied, Συ ειπας , Thou hast said
Adoption - ...
In Romans 8:15 , believers are said to have received "the Spirit of adoption," that is, the Holy Spirit who, given as the Firstfruits of all that is to be theirs, produces in them the realization of sonship and the attitude belonging to sons. In Galatians 4:5 they are said to receive "the adoption of sons," i. In Ephesians 1:5 they are said to have been foreordained unto "adoption as sons" through Jesus Christ, RV; the AV, "adoption of children" is a mistranslation and misleading
Hang - have aphiemi, here); (b) "to relax, loosen," and, in the Passive Voice, "to be relaxed, exhausted," said of hands that "hang" down in weakness, Hebrews 12:12 . ...
4: περίκειμαι (Strong's #4029 — Verb — perikeimai — per-ik'-i-mahee ) signifies "to lie round" (peri, "around," keimai, "to lie"); then, "to be hanged round," said of "a great millstone" (lit. it is said of Ahithophel (2 Samuel 17:23 )
Rave - ) Of importance; momentous; weighty; influential; sedate; serious; - said of character, relations, etc. ) Not acute or sharp; low; deep; - said of sound; as, a grave note or key
Ahaziah - He is said to have been a worshipper of Baal, that is, to have continued the religious policy of his father. Ahaziah is accused of sending messengers to inquire of the celebrated oracle at Ekron, and is said unexpectedly to have received his answer from Elijah ( 2 Kings 1:1-18 )
Merit - Signifies desert, or to earn: originally the word was applied to soldiers and other military persons, who, by their labours in the field, and by the various hardships they underwent during the course of a campaign, as also by other services they might occasionally render to the commonwealth, were said, merere stipendia, to merit, or earn their pay; which they might properly be said to do, because they yielded in real service an equivalent to the state for the stipend they received, which was therefore due to them in justice
Achish - The first time the servants of Achish reminded him that of David it had been said that he had slain his ten thousands. The second occasion was when David's heart failed him, and he said, "I shall now perish one day by the hand of Saul
Crown - Hence in the book of the Revelations, he is said to have been seen with many crowns on his head, (Revelation 19:12) meaning, from the different offices and characters which he sustained in accomplishing redemption, the crown of GODHEAD he wears in common with the Father and the Holy Ghost. Hence, he is said to have "power over all flesh," as a Prince, and a Saviour, "for to give eternal life to as many as the Father hath given him
Rave - ) Of importance; momentous; weighty; influential; sedate; serious; - said of character, relations, etc. ) Not acute or sharp; low; deep; - said of sound; as, a grave note or key
Unprofitable, Unprofitableness - ...
A — 2: ἄχρηστος (Strong's #890 — Adjective — achrestos — akh'-race-tos ) "unprofitable, unserviceable" (chrestos, "serviceable"), is said of Onesimus, Philemon 1:11 , antithetically to euchrestos, "profitable," with a play on the name of the converted slave (from onesis, "profit"). ...
A — 4: ἀνωφελής (Strong's #512 — Adjective — anopheles — an-o-fel'-ace ) "not beneficial or serviceable" (a, negative, n, euphonic, opheleo, "to do good, to benefit"), is rendered "unprofitable" in Titus 3:9 ; in the neuter, used as a noun, "unprofitableness," Hebrews 7:18 , said of the Law as not accomplishing that which the "better hope" could alone bring
Bright, Brightness - A — 1: φωτεινός (Strong's #5460 — Adjective — photeinos — fo-ti-nos' ) "bright" (from phos, "light"), is said of a cloud, Matthew 17:5 ; metaphorically of the body, Matthew 6:22 , "full of light;" Luke 11:34,36 . ...
B — 2: ἀπαύγασμα (Strong's #541 — Noun Neuter — apaugasma — ap-ow'-gas-mah ) "a shining forth" (apo, "from," auge, "brightness"), of a light coming from a luminous body, is said of Christ in Hebrews 1:3 , AV, "brightness," RV, "effulgence," i
Gall - " In Psalms 69:21 , which is justly considered as a prophecy of our Saviour's sufferings, it is said, "They gave me ראש to eat; which the LXX have rendered χολην , gall. But, in the parallel passage, it is said to be, εσμυνισμενον οινον , "wine mingled with myrrh," Mark 15:23 , a very bitter ingredient
Repentance - Such was the repentance of Juda, Matthew 27:3 ; and so it is said that Esau found "no place of repentance" in his father Isaac, although he sought it with tears, Hebrews 12:17 ; that is, Isaac would not change what he had done, and revoke the blessing given to Jacob, Genesis 27:1-46 . God is sometimes said to "repent" of something he had done, Genesis 6:6 Jonah 3:9,10 ; not that he could wish it undone, but that in his providence such a change of course took place as among men would be ascribed to a change of mind
Confound, Confuse, Confusion - , "to pour together, commingle," hence (said of persons), means "to trouble or confuse, to stir up," Acts 19:32 (said of the mind); "to be in confusion," Acts 21:31 , RV (AV, "was in an uproar"); Acts 21:27 , "stirred up;" Acts 2:6 ; 9:22 , "confounded
Locusts - What a solemn lesson this taught, when a creature so contemptible had power from the Lord to humble the haughtiness of man! If the reader will compare what Joel hath said Joel 1:6-7 and Joel 2:3-11 with Revelation 9:1-12, he will find large scope for meditation. " (Exodus 10:14) The locusts, described by Joel, are said to be as "the appearance of horses, and as horsemen, shall they run. " They are said, moreover, to march in such a regular way, that they shall not break their ranks, nor thrust one another in their path. These are said to be of the scorpion kind. Their shapes are said to be like unto horses prepared for battle. In Proverbs 30:27, the locusts are said to have no king. But the locusts John describes, are said to have a king over them, which is "the angel of the bottomless pit
God: Vague Conceptions of - After thus trying to gratify their curiosity they returned into the village, and sitting down together they began to give their ideas on what the elephant was like: the man who had seized his trunk said he thought the elephant was like the body of the plantain tree; the man who had felt his ear said he thought he was like the fan with which the Hindoos clean the rice; the man who had felt his tail said he thought he must be like a snake, and the man who had seized his leg, thought he must be like a pillar. An old blind man of some judgment was present, who was greatly perplexed how to reconcile these jarring notions, respecting the form of the elephant; but he at length said, 'You have all been to examine this animal, it is true, and what you report cannot be false: I suppose, therefore, that that which was like the plaintain tree must be his trunk; that which was like a fan must be his ear; that which was like a snake must be his tail, and that which was like a pillar must be his body
Fiech, Saint - He is the reputed author of a metrical life of Saint Patrick, in Irish, said to be the earliest biography of the saint
Careless - Done or said without care unconsidered as a careless throw a careless expression
Fabian, Pope, Saint - He is said to have divided Rome into seven districts presided over by seven deacons
Anah - While feeding his father's asses in the desert, he is said to have found the "mules" Genesis 36:24
Faith: Overcoming Temptation - When a traveller was asked whether he did not admire the admirable structure of some stately building, 'No,' said he, 'for I've been at Rome, where better are to be seen every day
Busy - ) Crowded with business or activities; - said of places and times; as, a busy street
Nanaea - In 2Ma 1:10-17 we have a legendary account of the death of Antiochus Epiphanes, who is said to have attempted to plunder a temple of Nanæa in Persia, and to have been treacherously killed in the temple by the priests
Noon - said to be from naw, that is up or ultimate, that limits, also nine
Pride - 'I know,' said he, 'that he is a famous man, and would certainly cure me, but he is an Indian, and would expect to be treated with attentions which I cannot pay to a man of colour, and therefore I prefer remaining as I am
Carmonians - They are said to have resembled the Medes and Persians in customs and language
Kadmonites - The fact that Kedemah is said to be a son of Ishmael ( Genesis 25:15 ) renders it likely that they were Ishmaelite Arabs
Panic - ) Extreme or sudden and causeless; unreasonable; - said of fear or fright; as, panic fear, terror, alarm
Text - Thus the Bible itself is said to be faithfully translated out of the original tongues, that is, the text: in opposition to what may be called human composition
Cockatrice - Of Israel it is said figuratively 'they hatch cockatrice' eggs
Footman - Samuel said that their king would make some of them to run before his chariot
Rubies, - In Lamentations 4:7 , where the Nazarites are said to be "more ruddy in body than rubies," some translate 'corals,' though the Hebrew is the same
Prophet, the - When on earth He said that the works which He did, and the words that He spoke, were not from Himself, but were what He had seen and heard of His Father
Graff, to - It speaks of Gentiles, the wild olive branches, being grafted into the good olive tree; and this is said to be 'contrary to nature
Smith - When the Philistines were oppressing Israel we read "there was no smith found throughout all the land of Israel: for the Philistines said, Lest the Hebrews make them swords or spears
Depose - ) To testify under oath; to bear testimony to; - now usually said of bearing testimony which is officially written down for future use
Aspirations - (Latin: aspiro, to breathe) ...
Any prayer said in a breath, containing therefore not more than 12 or 15 words; another term for ejaculatory prayers
Ebony - A species of hard,heavy and durable wood, which admits of a fine polish or gloss said to be brought from Madagascar
Elisabeth - ' She said, "Blessed is she that believed: for there shall be a performance of those things which were told her from the Lord
Pure - ) Of a single, simple sound or tone; - said of some vowels and the unaspirated consonants
Elders - Hence when the Lord appeared unto Moses at the bush, with a view to reveal himself in the deliverance of the people; he said, "Go and gather the elders of Israel together
Modest - ) Observing the proprieties of the sex; not unwomanly in act or bearing; free from undue familiarity, indecency, or lewdness; decent in speech and demeanor; - said of a woman
Moan - ) To emit a sound like moan; - said of things inanimate; as, the wind moans
Arm - Thus God is said to have delivered his people from Egyptian bondage "with a stretched-out arm," Deuteronomy 5:15 ; and he thus threatens Eli the high priest, "I will cut off thine arm, and the arm of thy father's house,"...
1 Samuel 2:31 ; that is, I will deprive thee and thy family of power and authority
Legion - He also said to Peter, who drew his sword to defend him in the olive garden: "Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to my Father, who shall presently give me more than twelve legions of angels?" Matthew 26:53
Molar - ) Of or pertaining to a mass of matter; - said of the properties or motions of masses, as distinguished from those of molecules or atoms
Fulminate - ) To utter or send out with denunciations or censures; - said especially of menaces or censures uttered by ecclesiastical authority
Rich Fool, Parable of the - But God said to him: Thou fool, this night do they require thy soul of thee
Esar-Haddon - It is only said of him in Scripture that he sent colonists to Samaria, Ezra 4:2
Mile, - The mile of the Jews is said to have been of two kinds, long or short, dependent on the length of the pace, which varied in different parts, the long pace being double the length of the short one
Harlot - That this class of persons existed in the earliest states of society is clear from (Genesis 38:15 ) Rahab, (Joshua 2:1 ) is said by the Chald
World: a Huge Desert - One is charmed with the luxuriance of either bank, and with much that is beautiful immediately around; but alas! at a little distance on either side lies a vast uncultivated, we had almost said hopeless, desert
Antiphonal - It is a reproduction of the heavenlyworship as described by Isaiah, "And one cried unto anotherand said
Gregorian Music - Theyare said to have been set forth in their present form by Gregorythe Great in the Sixth Century, from whom they are named
Mephibosheth - And David said, Is there yet any that is left of the house of Saul, that I may show him kindness for Jonathan's sake? And there was of the house of Saul a servant whose name was Ziba. And when they had called him unto David, the king said unto him, Art thou Ziba? And he said, Thy servant is he. And the king said, Is there not yet any of the house of Saul, that I may show the kindness of God to him? And Ziba said unto the king, Jonathan hath yet a son, which is lame on his feet. And the king said unto him, Where is he? And Ziba said unto the king, Behold, he is in the house of Machir, the son of Ammiel, from Lo-debar. And David said unto him, Fear not, for I will surely show thee kindness for Jonathan, thy father's sake, and will restore thee all the lands of Saul thy father, and thou shalt eat bread at my table continually. And David said unto his servants, and to them that sat at his table, Arise, let us flee. And the king said to Ziba, What meanest thou by these? And Ziba said, The asses be for the king's household to ride on, and the bread and the summer fruits for the young men to eat, and the wine that such as be faint in the wilderness may drink. And the king said, Where is thy master's son? And Ziba said to the king, Behold, he abideth in Jerusalem; for he said, Today shall the house of Israel restore to me the kingdom of my father. Then the king said to Ziba, Behold, thine are all that pertained to Mephibosheth. And it was on that day that David went up to the chamber over the gate of Mahanaim, and wept; and as he went there he said, O my son Absalom; my son, my son Absalom! would God I had died for thee, O Absalom, my son, my son!...
So the king returned and came to Jordan. And Shimei fell down before the king and said, Let not my lord impute iniquity unto me, neither do thou remember that which thy servant did perversely the day that my lord the king went out of Jerusalem, that the king should take it to his heart. And the king said to Shimei, Thou shalt not die. And Joshua said, Who are ye, and whence come ye? And they said, From a very far country thy servants are come, because of the name of the Lord thy God. For Mephibosheth had not dressed his wooden feet, nor trimmed his beard, nor washed his clothes for grief, so he said, from the day that the king departed. My lord, said Mephibosheth-but 'the tale was as lame as the tale-bearer. Say no more, Mephibosheth, said David, as he saw Jonathan's son crawling so abjectly before him. But such was Mephibosheth at the bottom of his heart that, as he continued to eat at David's table, Satan entered into Mephibosheth and said to him in his heart that all this was his own by original and divine right
Browse - ; - said of cattle, sheep, deer, and some other animals
Laborer, Isidore the, Saint - Isidore was favored with celestial visions, assisted in his work by angels, and is said to have restored to life the deceased daughter of his master
Isidore the Laborer, Saint - Isidore was favored with celestial visions, assisted in his work by angels, and is said to have restored to life the deceased daughter of his master
Lydda - George, is said to have been born here
Bosom - Christ is said to have been in "the bosom of the Father," i
Eunuch - It is said that even to-day there are some in Rome who are employed in singing soprano in the Sistine Chapel
Dazzling - 1: ἀστράπτω (Strong's #797 — Verb — astrapto — as-trap'-to ) "to flash forth, lighten," is said of lightning, Luke 17:24 , and of the apparel of the two men by the Lord's sepulchre, 24:4, AV, "shining
Satyr - When it is said (Isaiah 13:21 ; comp 34:14) "the satyrs shall dance there," the meaning is that the place referred to shall become a desolate waste
Filial Piety - Justly has it been observed, that these great duties are prompted equally by nature and by gratitude independent of the injunctions of religion; for where shall we find the person who hath received from any one benefits so great, or so many, as children from their parents? And it may be truly said that if persons are undutiful to their parents, they seldom prove good to any other relation
Hatred - Yet he is said to hate the wicked, Psalms 5:5 ; and indignation and wrath, tribulation and anguish, will be upon every soul of man that does evil
Tarsus - It is said to have been founded by Sardanapalus, king of Assyria
Carmathites - Carmath their prophet was a person of great austerity of life; and said that God had commanded him to pray not five times, with the Mussulmans, but fifty times a day
Edification - Applied to spiritual things, it signifies the improving, adorning, and comforting the mind; and a Christian may be said to be edified when he is encouraged and animated in the ways and works, of the Lord
Anniversary - ) The day on which Mass is said yearly for the soul of a deceased person; the commemoration of some sacred event, as the dedication of a church or the consecration of a pope
Sternness - It is said of that eminent saint and martyr, Bishop Hooper, that on one occasion a man in deep distress was allowed to go into his prison to tell his tale of conscience, but Bishop Hooper looked so sternly upon him, and addressed him so severely at first, that the poor soul ran away, and could not get comfort until he had sought out another minister of a gentler aspect
Become - ) To suit or be suitable to; to be congruous with; to befit; to accord with, in character or circumstances; to be worthy of, or proper for; to cause to appear well; - said of persons and things
Shiff - ) To slip to one side of a ship, so as to destroy the equilibrum; - said of ballast or cargo; as, the cargo shifted
Appendant - ) Appended by prescription, that is, a personal usage for a considerable time; - said of a thing of inheritance belonging to another inheritance which is superior or more worthy; as, an advowson, common, etc
Baali - He said Israel, the bride, would refer to Yahweh, her God and husband, as “my man” (Hebrew, ishi ) but not as “my lord” (Hebrew, baali )
Sport - Samson is said to have made sport for the Philistines ( Judges 16:25 )
Obedience - Sir,' said the Duke of Wellington to an officer of engineers, who urged the impossibility of executing the directions he had received, 'I did not ask your opinion, I gave you my orders, and I expect them to be obeyed
Quarterly - ) In quarters, or quarterings; as, to bear arms quarterly; in four or more parts; - said of a shield thus divided by lines drawn through it at right angles
Entail - ) To settle or fix inalienably on a person or thing, or on a person and his descendants or a certain line of descendants; - said especially of an estate; to bestow as an heritage
Perfect - ) Hermaphrodite; having both stamens and pistils; - said of flower
Adjourn - ) To put off or defer to another day, or indefinitely; to postpone; to close or suspend for the day; - commonly said of the meeting, or the action, of convened body; as, to adjourn the meeting; to adjourn a debate
Aristarchus - Later church tradition said Nero put Aristarchus to death in Rome
Anchieta, Jose de - Surnamed "Thaumaturgus," on account of miracles and prophecies, it is said that he had a remarkable attraction for birds and even wild beasts
Fasten - ...
Luke 4:20 (a) The audience gazed intently upon our Lord so as to miss nothing that was said or done by Him
Baali - Israel had attributed to Baalim the blessings Jehovah had given them: Jehovah said He would strip them of those mercies to show them their folly
Chalcedony - The name of this stone is derived from Chalcedon, where it is said to have been first discovered
Calamus - It is the calamus odoratus, a reed growing in India and Arabia, and which is said to have been found in the valley of Lebanon
Heir - They said in effect, "This is the heir: come let us kill him, and the inheritance shall be ours
Crane - Two things are said of this bird in scripture: it chatters or makes a querulous noise, Isaiah 38:14 ; and it knows its time of migration
Peleg - This doubtless means, as is said in Genesis 10:5 , "By these were the isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; " and again in Genesis 10:32 , "By these were the nations divided in the earth after the flood
Eat - ) To chew and swallow as food; to devour; - said especially of food not liquid; as, to eat bread
Essential - ) Necessary; indispensable; - said of those tones which constitute a chord, in distinction from ornamental or passing tones
Baptismal Regeneration - Paul said that he came to preach the gospel, not to baptize (1 Corinthians 1:14-17)
Wings - Under 'the shadow of God's wings' is referred to in the Psalms; and the Lord said He would often have gathered Israel as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, but they would not
Shy - ) To start suddenly aside through fright or suspicion; - said especially of horses
Accessory - ) Accompanying as a subordinate; aiding in a secondary way; additional; connected as an incident or subordinate to a principal; contributing or contributory; said of persons and things, and, when of persons, usually in a bad sense; as, he was accessory to the riot; accessory sounds in music
Remote - ) Removed to a distance; not near; far away; distant; - said in respect to time or to place; as, remote ages; remote lands
Severe - ; strict; - said of style, argument, etc
Abdicate - ) To renounce; to relinquish; - said of authority, a trust, duty, right, etc
Absolve - ) To free from a penalty; to pardon; to remit (a sin); - said of the sin or guilt
Abaddon - In Revelation 9:11 Abaddon is personified, and is said to be the equivalent of Apollyon (‘destroyer’)
Evil, Powers of - Hence evil men, living in sin, are said to be slaves of, or in the power of Satan; and other evils so-called, such as calamities, sickness, and the like, are often due to the same powers of evil
Most High - The latter of them, except with an eye to him, would be a breach of grammar, but becomes beautiful, in compounding two superlatives, in reference to the Lord JEHOVAH, of whom it must be truly said, without exceeding the bounds of language, as one of the sacred writers expresseth it, "There is no end of his greatness
Hasten, Make Haste - Mâhar occurs approximately 70 times in the Hebrew Bible; it appears twice in the first verse in which it is found: “And Abraham hastened into the tent unto Sarah, and said, Make ready quickly three measures of fine meal …” ( Jib - ) To move restively backward or sidewise, - said of a horse; to balk
Jest - ) Something done or said in order to amuse; a joke; a witticism; a jocose or sportive remark or phrase
Morne - ) Without teeth, tongue, or claws; - said of a lion represented heraldically
Module - Generally, for columns, the semi-diameter is taken, and divided into a certain number of parts, called minutes (see Minute), though often the diameter is taken, and any dimension is said to be so many modules and minutes in height, breadth, or projection
Calneh - It is said by the Chaldee interpreters, as also by Eusebius and Jerom, to be the same with Ctesiphon, standing upon the Tigris, about three miles distant from Seleucia, and that for some time it was the capital city of the Parthians
Communion - This is said to be open, when all are admitted who apply, as in the Church of England; to be strict, when confined to the members of a single society, or, at least, to members of the same denomination; and it is mixed, when persons are admitted from societies of different denominations, on the profession of their faith, and evidence of their piety
Shibboleth - For the Ephraimites could not, from disuse, pronounce the Hebrew letter shin; therefore, they said Sibboleth instead of Shibboleth, Judges 12:6
Broad, Breadth - ...
B — 1: πλατύνω (Strong's #4115 — Verb — platuno — plat-oo'-no ) connected with plak, "a flat, broad surface," signifies "to make broad;" said of phylacteries, Matthew 23:5 ; used figuratively in 2 Corinthians 6:11,13 , "to be enlarged," in the ethical sense, of the heart
Eat - ) To chew and swallow as food; to devour; - said especially of food not liquid; as, to eat bread
Undivided - ) Not set off, as a share in a firm; not made actually separate by division; as, a partner, owning one half in a firm, is said to own an undivided half so long as the business continues and his share is not set off to him
Sarcophagus - It is otherwise called lapis Assius, or Assian stone, and is said to have been found at Assos, a city of Lycia
Forerunner - And Christ is said to be "the forerunner for us," Hebrews 6:20, representing and introducing us
Faithful - " Thus in Galatians 3:9 , believers are said to be blessed with Abraham, because of his preeminent distinction above all man for steadfast faith in God
They - They say, on dit, that is, it is said by persons, indefinitely
Hornet - (It is said that the Phaselitae, a Phoenician people, were driven from their locality by hornets; and other examples are given in Paxton's "Illustrations of Scripture," 1:303
Cloud, Pillar of - The cloud, which became a pillar when the host moved, seems to have rested at other times on the tabernacle, whence god is said to have "come down in the pillar
Headlong - ), said of the purpose of the people of Nazareth to destroy Christ, Luke 4:29
Hazard - , "to throw aside" (para, "aside," ballo, "to throw"), hence, "to expose oneself to danger, to hazard one's life," is said of Epaphroditus in Philippians 2:30 , RV, "hazarding
Angelus - It consists of the Hail Mary said three times, with certain versicles (little verses), responses, and a prayer. An indulgence of 100 days is gained when the Angelus with three Hail Marys is said, and a plenary indulgence, conditional upon confession, communion, and prayer for the usual intentions, once a month for those who say it habitually
Time - Time is said to be redeemed or improved when it is properly filled up, or employed in the conscientious discharge of all the duties which devolve upon us, as it respects the Divine Being, ourselves, and our fellow-creatures. Time may be said to be lost when it is not devoted to some good, useful, or at least some innocent purpose; or when opportunities of improvement, business, or devotion, are neglected
Heart (Broken): Its Prevalence With God - The young man being sorely troubled in his conscience, said to those about him, 'I am dying, take me from my bed, and let me lie in sackcloth and ashes, in token of my sorrow for my ingratitude to my father. ' Thus he died, and when the tidings came to the old man outside the walls, that his boy had died in ashes, repentant for his rebellion, he threw himself upon the earth, like another David, and said, 'Would God I had died for him
Philadelphian Society - She embraced, it is said, the same views and the same kind of religion as Madame Bourignon (...
See BOURIGNONISTS. She believed, it is said, the doctrine of the final restoration of all intelligent beings to perfection and happiness
Personal Work - I once heard a story of an American, who declared he could fight the whole British army, and when he was asked how he could draw so long a bow as that, he said, 'Why, this is what I would do: I know I am the best swordsman in the world, so I would go and challenge one Britisher, and kill him; then take another, and kill him. Thus,' said he, 'I only want time enough and I would kill the whole British army
Reclaim - ) To reduce from a wild to a tamed state; to bring under discipline; - said especially of birds trained for the chase, but also of other animals. ) To correct; to reform; - said of things
Keeper - What the Lord said to Abraham is in effect said, and from the same cause, to all his seed: "Fear not, Abraham, I am thy shield, and thine exceeding great reward
Asher - " (Genesis 49:20) And Moses, when blessing the children of Israel, with his last prophetical benediction, followed up the same in allusion to his name as blessed; "thy shoes (said Moses) shall be iron and brass; and as thy days, so shall thy strength be. And of none but Christ could this be said; neither to any other but Him, could the things spoken of in that Psalm refer
Agrippa ii - Paul said of him that he was expert in all customs and questions which were among the Jews. Agrippa said, "Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian
Door - The Lord said, "I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved. He also said that as the true Shepherd He entered into the sheepfold by the door, that is, though Son of God, He entered as obedient by God's appointed means, being circumcised, presented in the temple, and baptised
Dog - Hazael, a heathen, said, "Is thy servant a dog?" and the most offensive epithet was to call a man a dead dog. The only apparent exception to the above is when the Lord compared the Syrophenician woman to a dog, and she said, "Yet the dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their masters' table
Abominable, Abomination - ...
A — 2: βδελυκτός (Strong's #947 — Adjective — bdelyktós — bdel-ook-tos' ) Titus 1:16, is said of deceivers who profess to know God, but deny Him by their works. " This is said of the image to be set up by Antichrist, Matthew 24:15 ; Mark 13:14 ; of that which is highly esteemed amongst men, in contrast to its real character in the sight of God, Luke 16:15
Edomites - In addition to the above remarks on Edom there remain a few things to notice which are said of the people themselves. Isaac said of Esau, "Thy dwelling shall be the fatness of the earth, and of the dew of heaven from above
Consecration - ...
Old Testament God is said to be kadosh or “holy. He said it is “the altar that sanctifieth the gift” (Matthew 23:19 ). Paul said that Christians are called to be “saints,” and their sanctification comes through Christ
Gad - Jacob in blessing his sons said of Gad, "A troop shall overcome him: but he shall overcome at the last. Moses said, "Blessed be he that enlargeth Gad: he dwelleth as a lion, and teareth the arm with [1] the crown of the head. Of those who joined David it is said they were "men of might, and men of war fit for the battle, that could handle shield and buckler, whose faces were like the faces of lions, and were as swift as the roes upon the mountains
One - In another place the Son said "I ascend unto My Father. ...
Acts 28:25 (a) Although Paul said that he spoke "one word," or rather Luke said it in this passage, the writer mentioned a great many words that Paul spoke
Positive - ) Prescribed by express enactment or institution; settled by arbitrary appointment; said of laws. ) Fully assured; confident; certain; sometimes, overconfident; dogmatic; overbearing; - said of persons. ) Hence, basic; metallic; not acid; - opposed to negative, and said of metals, bases, and basic radicals
Priest, Priesthood - It is remarkable that the first priest spoken of in scripture is Melchizedek: he is said to be "priest of the most high God. " Nothing is said of his offering sacrifices, but he brought forth bread and wine, and blessed Abraham. At first it was said that they should all be priests (Exodus 19:6 ), but law afterwards came in, and the service of priesthood was very definitely confined to the house of Aaron
Dew - " (Song of Song of Solomon 5:2) Hence, the resurrection of his people by grace, as hereafter to glory, is said to be "as the dew of herbs, and the earth shall cast out her dead. " Hence, the doctrines of grace are said to be of the same refreshing quality as the dew. "My doctrine" (said Moses,) "shall drop as the rain, my speech shall distil as the dew, as the small rain upon the tender herb, and as the showers upon the grass
Ear - But how delightful is it to make interpretation, of what the Jewish servant said respecting the house of his servitude, in allusion to the Lord Jesus in the house of his! who, as the servant of JEHOVAH (for such he fully became, when he became our Surety), might be said thus to express himself, I love my master, I love my wife, my children; I will not go out free. They are said to be uncircumcised in heart and ears, to whom the word of the Lord is unprofitable. Their ears are said to be heavy; to be waxed gross, and dull in hearing, and the like
Face - (2 Chronicles 6:42) So again, when it is said, "The face of the Lord is against them that do evil," it means, that the Lord himself is so. (Psalms 34:16) So again, the patriarch Jacob, speaking to his son Joseph, said, "I had not thought to see thy face;" that is, thy person; "and lo! God hath shewed me thy seed. " (Genesis 48:11)...
Concerning the face of the Lord, it is said by the Lord to Moses, "Thou canst not see my face; for there shall no man see me and live. " (Exodus 23:20-21) In whom but Christ, as Christ, was ever the name of JEHOVAH? So again, when it is said
Murmur, Murmuring - —A low continuous sound, as of a stream or of bees, hence a whispering, something said in a low muttering voice. It is found in the Gospels with the accusative of the thing said (John 7:32), with περί τινος (John 6:41; John 6:61; John 7:32), κατά τινος (Matthew 20:11), σρός τινα (Luke 5:30), and μετʼ ἀλλήλων (John 6:43). For its use in a friendly sense see John 7:31-32, where the murmuring was that of persons who believed on Jesus, and who said, ‘When the Christ shall come, will he do more signs than those which this man hath done?’—a dangerous omen to the Pharisees. The noun γογγυσμός, as used in John 7:12, includes both favour and hostility: ‘There was much murnmring among the’ multitudes concerning him; some said, He is a good man; others said, Not so, but he leadeth the multitude astray
Tares - ...
I do not presume to speak decidedly on any subject but such as God the Holy Ghost hath been pleased most clearly to reveal; and therefore what the eastern writers have said on the article of tares, I only venture to relate, as the matter appears in their account, leaving the reader to his own conclusions under the grace of God. But if what they have said concerning tares be true, it serves to throw a more beautiful light on our Lord's parable concerning them than is generally understood. In the blossoming season the resemblance is said not to be so striking then as in the earlier appearance; but from that time to the fruit forming and advancing to ripeness, the discovery becomes more and more discernable. ...
But what makes the parable of Christ so truly striking on the subject is, that while the tares are said to have carried with them so strong a resemblance to the pure seed, the tares differed so very highly from it in quality as to be little short of being poisonous. ...
I would only beg to add a short observation upon the subject, and just to say, under this view, how mistaken must be the notion of those, who fancy that when our Lord said, Let both grow together until the harvest, that this was meant to say, perhaps the tares if continued under the means of grace might become good corn
Inspiration - ' Other passages speak of the importance of 'words:' Peter said, "To whom shall we go? thou hast the words (ῥήματα) of eternal life," John 6:68 : and we find those words in the Gospels. Paul in writing to the Corinthian saints said, "Which things also we speak, not in the 'words' (λόγοι)which man's wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy Ghost teacheth. The Lord Jesus said, "The words (ῥήματα) that I speak unto you, they are spirit and they are life. It need scarcely be said that it is not the sayings but the records of them that are inspired. ...
Another objection to the value of verbal inspiration is that most persons read scripture in a translation, the words of which cannot, it is alleged, be said to be inspired. But if the translation conveys exactly the same meaning as in the original, the words can be said to be inspired: for instance, the words 'God is love,' may surely be said to be the same as ὁ θεὸς ἀγάπη ἐστίν, or Deus caritas est, Dieu est amour, or Dio è carità, to those who can read them. It may be that the translations from which the above are taken cannot in all places be said to be the same as the Greek; but this only shows the great importance of each having a correct translation in his vernacular tongue
Ophir - Much may be said, however, in favour of the opinion that it was somewhere in Arabia
Archelatus - He was educated with his brother Antipas at Rome, and after his father's death was placed over Judea, Idumea, and Samaria, (the cities Gaza, and Hippo excepted,) with the title of ethnarch or tetrarch; whence he is said to reign, Matthew 2:22
John of Sahagun, Saint - He is said to have been poisoned by a woman whose companion in sin he had converted
Latin Architecture - It may be said to have first appeared during the reign of Constantine the Great, 306-337, and to have held its position until the 8th century
Gedor - The district from which the Simeonites are said to have expelled the Hamite settlers ( 1 Chronicles 4:39 ff
Sop - "It was such a piece of bread a sop dipped in broth that Jesus gave to Judas, (John 13:26 ) and again, in Matthew 26:23 It is said "he that dippeth his hand with me in the dish," i
Seleucia - " It is said of him that "few princes have ever lived with so great a passion for the building of cities
Cameronians - There are not, it is said, above fourteen or fifteen congregations among them, and these not large
Casuist - It is said that Escobar has made a collection of the opinions of all the casuists before him
Glory - We may be said to give glory to God when we confess our sins, when we love him supremely, when we commit ourselves to him, are zealous in his service, improve our talents, walk humbly, thankfully, and cheerfully before him, and recommend, proclaim, or set forth his excellencies to others
Sibylline Oracles - Prophecies delivered, it is said, by certain women of antiquity, showing the fates and revolutions of kingdoms
Bartholomew - In the synoptic gospels Philip and Bartholomew are always mentioned together, while Nathanael is never mentioned; in the fourth gospel, on the other hand, Philip and Nathanael are similarly mentioned together, but nothing is said of Bartholomew
Fuller - At his transfiguration our Lord's rainment is said to have been white "so as no fuller on earth could white them" (Mark 9:3 )
Mallus - Tradition said that it was founded at the time of the Trojan War
o Antiphons - Recited from 17 to December 23, inclusive at the Magnificat in Vespers, one being said each day
Jaddua - In the reign of the last Persian king Darius and of Alexander; when he invaded Judea Jaddua is said to have gone out in priestly robes to meet Alexander, and to have implored his goodwill toward the Jews (Josephus, Temptation - I think it was Ralph Erskine who said, 'There is no devil so bad as no devil
Nonjurors - It can scarcely be said that there are any Nonjurors now in the kingdom; and it is well known that all penalties have been removed both from Papists and Protestants, formerly of that denomination, as well in Scotland as in England
Bergamot - ) A coarse tapestry, manufactured from flock of cotton or hemp, mixed with ox's or goat's hair; - said to have been invented at Bergamo, Italy
Keturah - ]'>[1] and the Chronicler in the passages referred to; said to be the ancestress of sixteen tribes, several of which are distinctly Arabian Midian, Sheba, Dedan
Melzar - ]'>[4] to conclude for Belshazzar as the true reading, and to read in Daniel 1:11 : ‘And Daniel said to Belshazzar, prince of the eunuchs,’ etc
Zacchaeus - On being called a sinner, Zacchaeus said "The half of my goods I give to the poor; and if I have taken anything from any man by false accusation, I restore fourfold," showing apparently that he had a tender conscience and a generous heart; but the Lord declared that He had brought salvation to the house; for though a tax-gatherer, he was a son of Abraham
Poor: as Hearers - He said, 'If I might choose, I should still, as I have done hitherto, preach the gospel to the poor
Papaw - The milky juice of the plant is said to have the property of making meat tender
Percussion - Percussion is said to be immediate if the blow is directly upon the body; if some interventing substance, as a pleximeter, is, used, it is called mediate
Foam - ) To form foam, or become filled with foam; - said of a steam boiler when the water is unduly agitated and frothy, as because of chemical action
Disgust - ) Repugnance to what is offensive; aversion or displeasure produced by something loathsome; loathing; strong distaste; - said primarily of the sickening opposition felt for anything which offends the physical organs of taste; now rather of the analogous repugnance excited by anything extremely unpleasant to the moral taste or higher sensibilities of our nature; as, an act of cruelty may excite disgust
Ascending - A star is said to be ascending, when rising above the horizon, in any parallel of the equator
Dan-Jaan - of Achzib which is said to bear the name Khan Dâniân ; but this identification, although accepted by Conder, has not made headway
Architecture, Latin - It may be said to have first appeared during the reign of Constantine the Great, 306-337, and to have held its position until the 8th century
Samson - I refer to his life as is recorded in the book of the Judges; and shall only make one observation upon it, namely that the Holy Ghost hath made honourable mention of him by enrolling his name among those worthies, so eminent for their faith, who are said to be such of whom "the world was not worthy
Puah - The honourable testimony given of this woman, as well as Shiphrah, see Exodus 1:15-22; and the houses said to be built for them is rather to be taken figuratively, that the Lord built up their households
Chaldeans (Wise Men) - In Daniel 5:11 it is said that Daniel had been made 'master' of them, doubtless because it had been discovered that he had more wisdom than all of them
Jabez - A descendant of Judah, said to be more honourable than his brethren
Ophel - A part of Jerusalem, first mentioned in 2 Chronicles 27:3 , where it is said that Jotham built much "on the wall of Ophel
Basiliscus, Bishop of Comana - Basiliscus is said to have been shod with iron shoes, red hot, and then beheaded and thrown into the river ( Menol
Entire - ) Not gelded; - said of a horse
Depression - ) The operation of reducing to a lower degree; - said of equations
Chess - ) A species of brome grass (Bromus secalinus) which is a troublesome weed in wheat fields, and is often erroneously regarded as degenerate or changed wheat; it bears a very slight resemblance to oats, and if reaped and ground up with wheat, so as to be used for food, is said to produce narcotic effects; - called also cheat and Willard's bromus
Heresy - ; - usually, but not necessarily, said in reproach
Embarrass - ) To involve in difficulties concerning money matters; to incumber with debt; to beset with urgent claims or demands; - said of a person or his affairs; as, a man or his business is embarrassed when he can not meet his pecuniary engagements
Discuss - ) To break up; to disperse; to scatter; to dissipate; to drive away; - said especially of tumors
Falter - ) To fail in distinctness or regularity of exercise; - said of the mind or of thought
Damsel - ...
Then Boaz said, whose damsel is this? Ruth 2 ...
This word is rarely used in conversation, or even in prose writings of the present day but it occurs frequently in the scriptures, and in poetry
Antiphons, Great - Recited from 17 to December 23, inclusive at the Magnificat in Vespers, one being said each day
Antiphons, o - Recited from 17 to December 23, inclusive at the Magnificat in Vespers, one being said each day
Falsifiability - Something that is not falsifiable can be said to be untrue since it cannot be confirmed or denied
Gabriel - To Zacharias he said, "I am Gabriel that stand in the presence of God
Weaver, Weaving - Of the wicked it is said, they "weave the spider's web
Point-Blank - ) Hence, direct; plain; unqualified; - said of language; as, a point-blank assertion
Precedent - ) Something done or said that may serve as an example to authorize a subsequent act of the same kind; an authoritative example
Whelp - ) To bring forth young; - said of the female of the dog and some beasts of prey
Transpose - ) To bring, as any term of an equation, from one side over to the other, without destroying the equation; thus, if a + b = c, and we make a = c - b, then b is said to be transposed
Retract - ) To take back what has been said; to withdraw a concession or a declaration
Nob - David said it "is in a manner common": cf
Ecclesiastes - But it is worthy remark, that the first verse runs in this form, "The Words of Coheleth the son of David;" though the word is feminine, and is as if it is said, she who speaks
Cain - And this agrees to Eve's name of her son, for she said, I have gotten a man from the Lord; or as it might be read, the man (that is the very one promised), from the Lord
Jug - ) To nestle or collect together in a covey; - said of quails and partridges
Materialize - ) To make visable in, or as in, a material form; - said of spirits
Casuist - Le Feore, preceptor to Louis XIII, said that the books of the casuists taught "the art of quibbling with God;" which does not seem far from truth, by reason of the multitude of distinctions and subtleties with which they abound
Lentiles - Mixed with barley they are said to be frequently so used in the southern parts of Egypt
Seraphim - They cried to one another, and said, "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory!" ...
Sahagun, John of, Saint - He is said to have been poisoned by a woman whose companion in sin he had converted
Slavonic Language And Liturgy - Slavonic holds second place, numerically, among the liturgical languages in which the Mass and the Divine Office are said
Zano'ah - , Jekuthiel is said to have been the father of Zanoah
Consist - ...
2: συνίστημι (Strong's #4921 — Verb — sunistemi — soon-is-tah'-o, soon-is-tah'-an'-o, soon-is-tah'-ay-mee ) sun, "with," histemi, "to stand," denotes, in its intransitive sense, "to stand with or fall together, to be constituted, to be compact;" it is said of the universe as upheld by the Lord, Colossians 1:17 , lit
Cameronians - There are not, it is said, above fourteen or fifteen congregations among them, and these not large
Skid - , to slip sideways on the road; to side-slip; - said esp. ) To slide without rotating; - said of a wheel held from turning while the vehicle moves onward
Hatch - ) To produce young; - said of eggs; to come forth from the egg; - said of the young of birds, fishes, insects, etc
Appear - ...
And God said, Let the dry land appear. The Lord appeared to Abram, and said
Oath - A solemn asseveration with an appeal to God that what is said is true. The apostle said that among men an oath for confirmation is the "end of all strife" or dispute; and God, willing to show "the immutability of his counsel, confirmed it by an oath; that by two immutable things [1] in which it was impossible for God to lie, we might have a strong consolation
Teacher, Teaching - Paul left Timothy at Ephesus to charge some not to teach other doctrine than what the apostles taught; and those that did teach otherwise are said to be "puffed up, knowing nothing," etc. On the contrary, the apostle said, "I beseech you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgement
Horn - " (Luke 1:69) But when it is said, that the Lord "will cut off the horns of the wicked, and the horns of the righteous shall be exalted," (Psalms 75:10) here it appears, that the expression is in allusion to somewhat of a man's own, and not simply with an eye to Christ. Thus the son of "Chenaanah made him horns of iron, and said, with these shalt thou push the Syrians
Martyr - The Lord charged the Pharisees with being the children of them which killed the prophets, Matthew 23:31 ; and in the "cloud of witnesses" spoken of in Hebrews 11 , were some of whom it is said "others were tortured Next - ...
2: μεταξύ (Strong's #3342 — Verb — metaxu — met-ax-oo' ) "to have," in the Middle Voice, sometimes signifies "to be next to," said of towns, in Mark 1:38 ; of a day, Acts 21:26 ; in Acts 20:15 (2nd part), hemera, "day," is unexpressed. ...
3: ἔχω (Strong's #2192 — Verb — echo — ekh'-o ) "to have," in the Middle Voice, sometimes signifies "to be next to," said of towns, in Mark 1:38 ; of a day, Acts 21:26 ; in Acts 20:15 (2nd part), hemera, "day," is unexpressed
Cleave, Clave - 1: κολλάω (Strong's #2853 — Verb — kollao — kol-lah'-o ) "to join fast together, to glue, cement," is primarily said of metals and other materials (from kolla, "glue"). In Luke 10:11 it is used of the "cleaving" of dust to the feet; in Acts 5:13 ; 8:29 ; 9:26 ; 10:28 ; 17:34 , in the sense of becoming associated with a person so as to company with him, or be on his side, said, in the last passage, of those in Athens who believed: in Romans 12:9 , ethically, of "cleaving" to that which is good
Two Sons, Parable of the - The first son defiantly said he would not; but afterwards, being moved with repentance, he went. They responded in favor of the first son: whereupon Jesus said that publicans and harlots shall go into the Kingdom of God before the chief-priests, Scribes, and Pharisees, thus giving the meaning of the parable and convicting the members of the august Sanhedrin out of their own mouths
Egypt - ...
Vicariates Apostolic include: ...
Alessandria di Egitto (-Eliopoli di Egitto-Port-Said)
Alexandria (Armenian)
Hermopolis Magna
Eliopoli di Egitto
Port-Said
Coptic ecclesiastical divisions include: ...
Alessandria (Archdiocese)
Alessandria (Eparchy)
Assiut {Lycopolis} (Eparchy)
Guizeh (Eparchy)
Ismayliah (Eparchy)
Luqsor (Eparchy)
Minya (Eparchy)
Sohag (Eparchy)
Other ecclesiastical divisions include: ...
Alessandria (Melkite Archdiocese)
Iskanderiya (Armenian Eparchy)
Le Caire (Chaldean Eparchy)
Le Caire (Maronite Eparchy)
Le Caire (Syrian Eparchy)
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World Fact Book
patron saints index: Egypt
Theodorus of Tabenna - Athanasius in the Thebaid, and is said to have announced to him the death of the emperor Julian, then occurring in Persia (Athan. 8) calls him presbyter, and gives the substance of 3 epistles he is said to have addressed to other monasteries
Amen - ...
When David declared that Solomon should be his successor, Benaiah said "Amen: the Lord God of my lord the king say so too. So when David brought up the ark, and delivered a psalm of thanksgiving, all the people said, Amen, and praised the Lord. ' Hananiah prophesied falsely that within two full years all the vessels of the Lord's house would be returned from Babylon; Jeremiah said "Amen, the Lord do so;" though he knew it was a false prophecy he could well hope that such a thing might be. In these instances it is not another acquiescing in what is said, but the writer adds Amen at the end, signifying 'may it so be,' and three times it is repeated
Resurrection - This may be said to be the fundamental principle of God's dealings with man in grace, seeing that man is through sin under the judgement of death. ...
It will be seen in Romans 8:11 , that the resurrection of believers is of a wholly different order from that of the wicked: the saints will be quickened by, or on account of, God's Spirit that dwells in them, which certainly could not be said of the unconverted. There were those at Corinth who said that there was no resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:12 ); and on the other hand it appears from 2 Timothy 2:18 , some held that the resurrection had already past, that they had in fact reached a final condition!...
Few distinct intimations of the resurrection are found in the O. Martha spoke of the resurrection as a matter of common orthodox belief, John 11:24 ; which is also implied in its being said that the Sadducees did not believe in it
Look - No description of Jesus’ ‘face’ is ever given in the Gospels, except when, in the story of the Transfiguration, it is said that the fashion of His face was altered (ἐγένετο τὸ εἶδος τοῦ προσώπου αὐτοῦ ἔτερον, Luke 9:29). If there were space to offer a complete list of those things which Jesus is said in the Gospels to have beheld or seen, the impression would at least be strong that those calm eyes missed nothing. On one occasion His disciples were permitted to share a deeper gaze into the world behind the veil—‘And He said unto them, I beheld (ἐθεώρουν) Satan as lightning fall from heaven’ (Luke 10:18). The simplest record of this is when it is said that He ‘looked round’ before speaking (Mark 3:34; Mark 10:23 περιβλεψάμενος); or that ‘he beheld (ἐμβλέψας) them and said’ (Matthew 19:26); or when more fully St. Luke states in reporting the Sermon on the Mount, ‘And he lifted up his eyes (ἐπάρας τοὺς ὀφθαλμούς) on his disciples, and said’ (Luke 6:20). ’ More individual instances of this look are when Jesus ‘beheld’ (ἐμβλέψας) Peter, and said, ‘Thou art Simon … thou shalt be called Cephas’ (John 1:42)—a look sealing the new name upon Peter’s heart; or when He ‘beheld’ (ἐμβλέψας) the chief priests and scribes, ‘and said, What is this then that is written?’ (Luke 20:17)—a grave look of reproach, ‘to add solemnity to His reference to their own Scriptures
Peniel - The patriarch called it by this name on this account; for he said, "I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved. And who was it Jacob saw, and with whom did he wrestle? If JEHOVAH, in his threefold character of person, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, how could this be, who is said to be invisible? If "no man hath seen God at any time," if, as JEHOVAH declared to Moses, (Exodus 33:20) "There shall no man see me and live," who could this be whom the patriarch Jacob saw, conversed and wrestled with; but the Lord Jesus? Him whom though no man hath seen God at any time, yet "the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him. " (John 1:18) Let the reader read the whole passage concerning this Peniel, this hallowed ground, as it is recorded through the whole chapter, (Genesis 32:1-32) and let him then compare what is there said with what the prophet Hosea, about a thousand years after, said concerning this vision; and let him then, looking up for the teaching of God the Holy Ghost, determine for himself. "He took his brother by the heel (said Hosea, speaking of Jacob) in the womb, and by his strength he had power with God; yea, he had power over the angel, and prevailed. (See Genesis 48:15-16) And if we add to these striking particulars what is said of the Lord, and by the Lord, under the character of human feelings, in other parts of the Old Testament, I cannot but conclude that the whole is abundantly confirmed, that it is the Lord Jesus, and him only, in his mediatorial character, who is all along to be understood as the visible JEHOVAH. Thus it is said, that "his soul was grieved for the misery of Israel. " (1 Timothy 1:17) Hence, When the read in the word of God that the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, and his ears open to their prayers, and that he openeth his hand and satisfieth the desire of every living thing, these expressions are literally true, as well as blessedly refreshing, considered as spoken of Him in whom it hath pleased the Father that "all fulness should dwell," and who is the Head of all principality and power; but cannot be said of JEHOVAH in his absolute nature and GODHEAD, "dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto, whom no man hath seen or can see
Eternal - , of God, Romans 16:26 ; of His power, 1 Timothy 6:16 , and of His glory, 1 Peter 5:10 ; of the Holy Spirit, Hebrews 9:14 ; of the redemption effected by Christ, Hebrews 9:12 , and of the consequent salvation of men, Hebrews 5:9 , as well as of His future rule, 2 Peter 1:11 , which is elsewhere declared to be without end, Luke 1:33 ; of the life received by those who believe in Christ, John 3:16 , concerning whom He said, 'they shall never perish,' John 10:28 , and of the resurrection body, 2 Corinthians 5:1 , elsewhere said to be 'immortal,' 1 Corinthians 15:53 , in which that life will be finally realized, Matthew 25:46 ; Titus 1:2 . ...
"Aionios is also used of the sin that 'hath never forgiveness,' Mark 3:29 , and of the judgment of God, from which there is no appeal, Hebrews 6:2 , and of the fire, which is one of its instruments, Matthew 18:8 ; 25:41 ; Jude 1:7 , and which is elsewhere said to be 'unquenchable,' Mark 9:43
Confirmation - There are 3 passages in Acts ( Acts 14:22 ; Acts 15:32 ; Acts 15:41 ) in w hich Paul and Barnabas, or Judas and Silas, or Paul by himself, are said to have confirmed ‘the souls of the disciples,’ ‘the brethren,’ ‘the churches. In the ‘Order of Confirmation’ in the Book of Common Prayer, ‘the laying on of hands upon those that are baptized and come to years of discretion,’ as performed by the bishop, is said to be done ‘after the example of Thy holy Apostles. In the passages in Acts, however, the imposition of hands is associated with the impartation of extraordinary spiritual gifts, while of Hebrews 6:2 no more can be said than that in the early Church the act appears to have been closely associated with baptism
Light, Light of the World - In John 8:12 Jesus, the God-man, said, “I am the light of the world. ...
A small problem confronts the interpreter who discovers that Jesus said to His disciples in Matthew 5:14 , “Ye are the light of the world. ” Yet in John 8:12 , Jesus said, “I am the light of the world
Dead - ) Carrying no current, or producing no useful effect; - said of a conductor in a dynamo or motor, also of a telegraph wire which has no instrument attached and, therefore, is not in use. ) Out of play; regarded as out of the game; - said of a ball, a piece, or a player under certain conditions in cricket, baseball, checkers, and some other games. ) Flat; without gloss; - said of painting which has been applied purposely to have this effect
Warp - ) To cast prematurely, as young; - said of cattle, sheep, etc. ) A premature casting of young; - said of cattle, sheep, etc. ) To cast the young prematurely; to slink; - said of cattle, sheep, etc
Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani - They are partly in the Hebrew, and partly in the Syriac tongue, and which, perhaps occasioned the perverse misconstruction in some, who supposed the Lord called Elias, when Jesus said Eli. The prophet had said, "That the Lord should roar out of Zion, and utter his voice from Jerusalem, and the heavens and the earth should shake. The loud voice of Jesus was not like one whose strength was gone, but rather uttered in proof of what Jesus had said: "No man taketh my life from me, but I lay it down of myself, I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again
Circumcision - It evidently appears, from the first moment of its institution, that the ordination was with an eye to Christ, for the covenant of redemption by Jesus had this token or seal, and it is expressly said, "that Jesus Christ was a minister of the circumcision for the truth of God, to confirm the promise made unto the fathers. "Behold, I Paul (said he) say unto you, that if ye be circumcised Christ shall profit you nothing. "I testify (said Paul,) again, to every man that is circumcised, that he is a debtor to do the whole law
Hind - "Dogs (as he said) compassed him about, the assembly of the wicked enclosed him; they pierced my hands and my feet," said the meek Redeemer. " "Be thou," (said the church,) "like to the roe, or to the young hart, upon the mountains of spices
Amen - ...
"Thus 'Amen' said by God 'it is and shall be so,' and by men, 'so let it be. ...
"The individual also said 'Amen' to express his 'let it be so' in response to the Divine 'thus it shall be,' Revelation 22:20 . Luke does not use it at all, but where Matthew, Matthew 16:28 , and Mark, Mark 9:1 , have 'Amen,' Luke has 'of a truth;' thus by varying the translation of what the Lord said, Luke throws light on His meaning
Micaiah - "...
So all the rest said, "go up and prosper. " Micaiah, though prompted to imitate their prophecies of good, would say only what Jehovah said (Numbers 22:38). Then, being adjured in Jehovah's name, Micaiah said "I saw all Israel scattered . as sheep that have no shepherd (quoted by the Lord Jesus Himself, Matthew 9:36, as it is previously the basis of Ezekiel 34:5; Zechariah 10:2), and Jehovah said, these have no master (Ahab falling), let them return every man to his house. " Instead of Moses' blessing on Ephraim awaiting Ahab, as Zedekiah had said, Moses' picture of what Israel would be at his death, "Jehovah's congregation as sheep having no shepherd," if no successor were appointed, would be realized (Numbers 27:17). God said to the lying spirit, "go forth and do so
Miraculous Medal - It owes its origin to Saint Catherine Laboure, of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, who is said to have been favored with a vision
Medal, Miraculous - It owes its origin to Saint Catherine Laboure, of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, who is said to have been favored with a vision
Adriel - In 2 Samuel 21:8 , these are said to be the sons of Michal, whom she "brought up" for Adriel; but unless this is a copyist's error, Michal had adopted the children of her sister Merab, who was perhaps dead; or possibly both sisters may have borne the name Michal
la Salle, Rene Robert Cavelier, Sieur de - In 1669 he left Montreal on an expedition concerning which little is known; he is said to have been the first white man to have gazed on Niagara and to have explored the Ohio River
Canticle of Simeon - A prayer said by Simeon on the occasion of the presentation of Jesus in the temple, beginning with "Nunc dimittis servum tuum, Domine" (Now Thou dost dismiss Thy servant, O Lord)
Tin - In Ezekiel 27:12 it is said to have been brought from Tarshish, which was probably a commercial emporium supplied with commodities from other places
Earnest - In general usage it came to denote "a pledge" or "earnest" of any sort; in the NT it is used only of that which is assured by God to believers; it is said of the Holy Spirit as the Divine "pledge" of all their future blessedness, 2 Corinthians 1:22 ; 5:5 ; in Ephesians 1:14 , particularly of their eternal inheritance
Rage, Raging - ...
B — 1: κλύδων (Strong's #2830 — Noun Masculine — kludon — kloo'-dohn ) "a billow, surge" (akin to kluzo, "to wash over," said of the sea; cp
Dalmanutha - In the parallel passage it is said that Christ came "into the borders of Magdala" (Matthew 15:39 )
Theosophists - To this class, it is said, belonged Paracelsus, R
Ludim - They are Africans evidently in Jeremiah 46:9; Ezekiel 30:4-5; near Phut or Nubia: "the Libyans (Phut) that handle the shield, and the Lydians that handle and bend the bow"; the foot was pressed on the center, and the hands held the two ends, so "handle and bend" are both said
Edification: the Aim of Christian Speech - 'My lord,' said Handel, 'I should be sorry if I only entertained them; I wish to make them better
Mass of Requiem - Instead of "Ite missa est" is said "Requiescat in Pace"
Nunc Dimittis - A prayer said by Simeon on the occasion of the presentation of Jesus in the temple, beginning with "Nunc dimittis servum tuum, Domine" (Now Thou dost dismiss Thy servant, O Lord)
Havilah - The river Pison (see Eden [1]) is said to compass the land of Havilah ( Genesis 2:11-12 ), and it formed one of the limits of the region occupied by the sons of Ishmael ( Genesis 25:18 ) in which also Saul smote the Amalekites ( 1 Samuel 15:8 )
Lysanias - Luke has been accused of gross inaccuracy here, and is said to he referring to a Lysanias who died b
Naomi - Her return was a matter of surprise to the people of Bethlehem, and they said, ‘Is this Naomi?’ Her answer included a double play of words on her own name, ‘Call me not Naomi (‘pleasant’), call me Mara (‘bitter’): for the Almighty hath dealt very bitterly with me … why call ye me Naomi, seeing the Lord hath testified ( ’ânâh ) against me?’ ( Ruth 1:2-21 )
Native - One born in any place is said to be a native of that place, whether country, city or town
Store - , "storing"), with a view to help a special case of need, 1 Corinthians 16:2 ; said of the heavens and earth in 2 Peter 3:7 , RV, "have been stored up (for fire)," marg
Collect - The popes Gelasius and Gregory are said to have been the first who established collects
Pulpit - Krummacher, and a Catholic, once said to the doctor, 'Till you Protestants pull down the chatter-box,' ('Plapperkasten,') be meant the pulpit, 'or, at least, throw it into the corner, where it ought to be, there is no hope of you
Arrive - ) To come; said of time; as, the time arrived
Barzillai - The Meholathite whose son Adriel is said ( 2 Samuel 21:8 ) to have married Michal Gabael - Tobias found a guide, Raphael in disguise, who said he had lodged with Gabael ( Tob 5:6 )
Kerioth - More is to be said for Kerioth being the same as Kir-heres of Isaiah 16:11 and of Jeremiah 48:31 ; Jeremiah 48:36
Simplicity, Simple - God is said to “preserve” the simple (Psalm 116:6 )
Omniscience - 'No, no,' said his sister, pulling him back; 'no, no; you must not touch
Parietal - ) Attached to the main wall of the ovary, and not to the axis; - said of a placenta
Pant - ) To beat with unnatural violence or rapidity; to palpitate, or throb; - said of the heart
Shoulder - Of Christ it is said, when He comes to reign, the 'government shall be on his shoulder,' Isaiah 9:6 ; and, as the Good Shepherd, when He finds a lost sheep He places it on His shoulders
Engine - ) To equip with an engine; - said especially of steam vessels; as, vessels are often built by one firm and engined by another
Approve - ) To make profit of; to convert to one's own profit; - said esp
Assistance of the Holy Ghost - bring all things to your mind, whatsoever I shall have said to you
Carpenter - It was said of our Lord, "Is not this the carpenter's son?" (Matthew 13:55 ); also, "Is not this the carpenter?" (Mark 6:3 )
Zoan - The place was denounced by God, and He said its princes had become fools
Archangel - In the Bible, a Greek word found only in the New Testament in two places: 1 Thessalonians 4:16, "For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trumpet of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first"; and Jude 1:1:9, "But Michael the archangel, when he disputed with the devil and argued about the body of Moses, did not dare pronounce against him a railing judgment, but said, 'The Lord rebuke you
Legion, Thebian - A name given, in the time of Dioclesian, to a whole legion of Christians, consisting of more than six thousand men, who were said to have suffered martyrdom by the order of Maximian
Luciferians - It is said, also, that they believed the soul to be corporeal, and to be transmitted from the father to the children
Paphos - Here Aphrodite or Venus was said to have risen from the foam of the sea
Massalians - From those words of our Lord, "Labour not for the meat that perisheth, " it is said, that they concluded they ought not to do any work to bet their bread
Winnowing - John the Baptist said of the Lord that His fan was in His hand, and He would thoroughly purge His floor; gather His wheat into the garner; and burn up the chaff with unquenchable fire
Tangent - ) meeting a curve or surface at a point and having at that point the same direction as the curve or surface; - said of a straight line, curve, or surface; as, a line tangent to a curve; a curve tangent to a surface; tangent surfaces
Uniformity - ) Similitude between the parts of a whole; as, the uniformity of sides in a regular figure; beauty is said to consist in uniformity with variety
Oggle - ) Full and rolling, or staring; - said of the eyes
Repent - ) Prostrate and rooting; - said of stems
Acrostic - (Greek: akros, end; stichos, line) ...
Any composition in which the initial or final letters, syllables, or words of each line form other words or sentences; said to have been invented by Epicharmus
Abilene - By a worthless Moslem tradition, Abel is said to have been buried here
Giants - O'Brien, the Irish giant so called, was said to have been nine feet high
Chains - "For the hope of Israel (said he,) I am bound with this chain
Armies - The church is called so, and said to be terrible
Millo - A part of ancient Jerusalem, though afterwards said to be 'built' by Solomon; it was repaired by Hezekiah
Lawyer - ' The Lord said of the lawyers that they put heavy burdens on others, but did not touch them themselves; and in their expositions they took away the key of knowledge
Ephod - An ephod is said to have been worn by Samuel, 1 Samuel 2:18, by the ordinary priests, 1 Samuel 22:18, and by David, 2 Samuel 6:14; 1 Chronicles 15:27; but this vesture differed from the high priest's, both in the extraordinary ornaments of the latter, and also in the material
Hypocrite - It was ingeniously said by Basil, that the hypocrite did not put off the old man, but put the new man upon it
Rachel - Then Rachel, who was buried there, might be said to make her lamentations for the death of so many innocent children sacrificed to the jealousy of a wicked monarch
Knit Together - , in 1 Corinthians 2:16 ; in Colossians 2:19 , "knit together," it is said of the church, as the body of which Christ is the Head
Loco - ) A plant (Astragalus Hornii) growing in the Southwestern United States, which is said to poison horses and cattle, first making them insane
Rut - ) To have a strong sexual impulse at the reproductive period; - said of deer, cattle, etc
Sardis - 548, he is said to have taken treasure of the value of $600,000,000
Requiem, Mass of - Instead of "Ite missa est" is said "Requiescat in Pace"
Quaternion of Soldiers - ) ...
When therefore Herod, who adopted the Roman customs, is said to have delivered Peter to four quaternions of soldiers, it is to be understood that he was guarded by four men at a time, namely, two in the prison with him, and two before the doors, and that they were relieved every three hours by four others; making in all sixteen men
Seleucians - A Gnostic sect said to have flourished in Galatia about the latter hall of the 3century
Trench - The Redeemer, weeping over Jerusalem a few days before he was crucified under its walls, said, "The days shall come upon thee, that thine enemies shall cast a trench about thee, and compass thee round, and keep thee in on every side," Luke 19:43
Rene de la Salle - In 1669 he left Montreal on an expedition concerning which little is known; he is said to have been the first white man to have gazed on Niagara and to have explored the Ohio River
Saint Paul's School - 1111) which Saint Thomas Becket, it is said, attended
Enchantments - The magicians of Egypt are said to have done several things "with their enchantments," Exodus 7:1-9:29 Acts 19:19
Table, Credence - In the Byzantine Rite the credence is a large table where the first part of the Liturgy is said
Than - Thus Elijah said, I am not better than my fathers
Topaz - A mineral, said to be so called from Topazos, a small isle in the Arabic gulf, where the Romans obtained a stone which they called by this name, but which is the chrysolite of the moderns
an'Drew - He was of Bethsaida, and had been a disciple of John the Baptist, leaving him to follow our Lord. He is said to have preached in Scythia, in Greece, in Asia Minor and Thrace, and to have been crucified at Patrae in Achaia
Seleucians - A Gnostic sect said to have flourished in Galatia about the latter hall of the 3century
Cave - , spelunca), "cave," John 11:38 , is said of the grave of Lazarus; in the RV in Hebrews 11:38 ; Revelation 6:15 (AV, "dens"); in the Lord's rebuke concerning the defilement of the Temple, Matthew 21:13 ; Mark 11:17 ; Luke 19:46 , "den" is used
Manifold - 1), is said of the wisdom of God, in Ephesians 3:10
Humility - ’ And they said, ‘What is the second?’ and he said, ‘Humility. ’ And they said, ‘What is the third?’ and he said the third time, ‘Humility. ’ Pascal said: ‘Vanity has taken so firm a hold on the heart of man, that a porter, a hodman, a turn-spit, can talk greatly of himself, and is for having his admirers
Mass - Nicod, after Baronius, observes, that the word comes from the Hebrew missach (oblatum;) or from the Latin missa missorum; because in the former times the catechumens and excommunicated were sent out of the church, when the deacons said, Ite, missa, est, after sermon and reading of the epistle and Gospel; they not being allowed to assist at the consecration. John the Baptist, at which are said three masses; that of the Innocents, at which the gloria in excelsis and hallelujah are omitted, and, it being a day of mourning, the altar is of a violet colour. As to ordinary masses, some are said for the dead, and, as is supposed, contribute to fetch the soul out of purgatory. If the mass be said for a person distinguished by his rank or virtues, it is followed with a funeral oration: they erect a chapelle ardente, that is, a representation of the deceased, with branches and tapers of yellow wax, either in the middle of the church, or near the deceased's tomb, where the priest pronounces a solemn absolution of the deceased. ...
There are likewise private masses said for stolen or strayed goods or cattle, for health, for travellers, &c
Ostrich - Sometimes, however, it is said that its indiscriminating appetite proves fatal to it. In very hot climates the sun's heat on them is sufficient in the daytime without incubation by the parent birds; but in less sultry regions both male and female are said to sit upon the eggs
Baptism of Christ - " But Christ said, "'Suffer it to be so now,' NOW as suited to my state of humiliation, my state as a substitute in the room of sinners. In coming to John our Lord virtually said, "Though sinless, and without any personal taint, yet in my public or official capacity as the Sent of God, I stand in the room of many, and bring with me the sin of the world, for which I am the propitiation
Cure - ) To heal; to restore to health, soundness, or sanity; to make well; - said of a patient. ) To subdue or remove by remedial means; to remedy; to remove; to heal; - said of a malady
Oded - When the Israelites led away 200,000 Jews captive to Samaria, "Oded went out before the host and said, Because Jehovah was angry with Judah, He hath delivered them into your hands, and ye have slain them in a rage that reacheth up into heaven (calling for divine vengeance on yourselves); and now ye purpose to keep the children of Judah bondmen . Certain chiefs of Ephraim, touched by his appeal, said, "ye shall not bring in the captives here," etc
Wine - Thus when Jesus wrought his first miracle in Cana of Galilee, in turning the water into wine; as this set forth the glories of his person and righteousness, it might be truly said the gospel then preached, compared to all former revelations, was keeping the best wine to the last; (John 2:10-12) and hence the gospel itself is called wine on the lees well refined. (Isaiah 25:6) But the sweetest commendation of Jesus and his gospel, is that which under the similitude of wine is given by the spouse, (Song of Song of Solomon 1:2) where she desires to be kissed with the kisses of Jesus's mouth, for, said she, thy love is better than wine
Oracle - It was said of Ahithophel that his counsel was "as if a man had enquired at the oracle of God," or at the 'word' of God. It is doubtless so called because God said, "There I will meet with thee, and I will commune with thee from above the mercy seat, from between the two cherubims which are upon the ark of the testimony, of all things which I will give thee in commandment unto the children of Israel
Shoes - The same was said to Joshua. Twice is it said, "Over Edom will I cast out my shoe:" signifying that Edom would be subdued and be taken possession of as a menial
Amariah - ]'>[1] said’ or ‘promised’). 1 Chronicles 6:11 , Ezra 7:3 ( Amarias , Esther 8:2 Esther 8:2 , 2E Esther 1:2 ), son of Azariah, who is said to have ministered in Solomon’s temple
Tread - ) To copulate with; to feather; to cover; - said of the male bird. ) To copulate; said of birds, esp
Evidence: Experimental - Putting down her basket and umbrella, she began and said, 'I paid threepence to hear of something better than Jesus Christ, and I have not heard it. Now,' she said, 'I have been a widow thirty years, and I was left with ten children, and I trusted in the Lord Jesus Christ in the depth of poverty, and he appeared for me and comforted me, and helped me to bring up my children so that they have grown up and turned out respectable. ' The lecturer was a good hand at an argument, but such a mode of controversy was novel, and therefore he gave up the contest, and merely said, 'Really, the dear old woman was so happy in her delusion he should not like to undeceive her. ' 'No,' she said, 'that won't do
Tongue - ]'>[1] Here, as in primitive thought generally, to which the nervous system and the more minute structure of the tissues were unknown, the tongue was thought to possess an inherent faculty of speech, and the ethical qualities attaching to what was said were attributed to the organ itself (ethnic parallels in J. As, in the OT, the tongue is said to concoct deceit (Psalms 50:19), and iniquity is said to be in it (Job 6:30) or under it (Psalms 10:7), so, in the NT, it is said to defile the whole body, to be a restless evil, full of deadly poison (James 3:6; James 3:8)
Temptation - ” In Deuteronomy 8:2 Moses said: “God led thee these forty years in the wilderness, to humble thee, and to prove ( nsh ) thee, to know what was in thine heart, whether thou wouldest keep his commandments, or no. ” In 1 Corinthians 10:13 Paul said: “There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it. Jesus quoted Deuteronomy 6:16 when He said: “Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God” ( Matthew 4:7 ). ) When the apostles and elders from the Jerusalem church came to Antioch and questioned the admission of the Gentiles into the church, Peter said that the Holy Spirit had been given to the Gentiles: “Why tempt ye God?” (Acts 15:6-11 )
Midian, Mtdianites - A nomadic tribe or group of tribes, said by an early genealogy ( Genesis 25:2 ) to be descended from Abraham by Keturah, of which the Kenites (wh. As Jethro is also said to be a Kenite ( Judges 1:16 ), probably the Kenites were a part of the Midianites. ]'>[3] ) also shows that in an early form of the narrative it was Midian, not Moab, that was said to have hired Balaam to curse Israel (cf. ...
According to a late Priestly passage (Numbers 31:2-18 ), Moses is said to have gained a great victory over the Midianites
Lamp - Much is said in the holy Scripture concerning the lamps of the temple. It is said in the history of Samuel, "that ere the lamp of God went out in the temple of the Lord where the ark of God was, and Samuel was laid down to sleep, that the Lord called Samuel. The Lord is said to be the light of his people, (Psalms 27:1; Job 29:3) and even his servants, shining by his brightness, are spoken of by the same figure. Thus David was called "the lamp of Israel," 2 Samuel 21:17 and John the Baptist said to be "a burning and a shining light
Solomon - "Add to these, Solomon king of Israel typified Christ as a king and as a preacher in Jerusalem; and also in his wisdom, in the riches, magnitude; peaceableness, and glory of his kingdom, and in the building of the temple, which was a beautiful type of the Lord Jesus; who is not only the builder of the temple, which is his church, but the foundation of it, the substance, and the glory of it; for he and he alone, as the Lord said by the prophet, was the only one fit to build the temple of the Lord, and he alone "could only bear the glory. I know that some commentators have supposed that what is there said is said first of Solomon, king of Israel, and secondly in an higher sense of the Lord Jesus Christ. But oh, what a degradation of the subject is it thus to suppose! Oh, what indignity is thereby offered to the Lord Jesus Christ! I have said so much on this point in my Poor Man's Commentary on the Book of the Psalms, that I think it unnecessary in this place to enlarge; but I could not suffer the subject even in this little work, while speaking of Solomon, to pass by without remarking the great perversion of the Scripture to suppose that there is in those things the least reference to Solomon, king of Israel
Naphtali - " The patriarch when dying gave a particular blessing to Naphtali, and said "Naphtali is a hind let loose: he giveth goodly words. ...
I am the more inclined to those discoveries of Jesus, in the view of Naphtali, because in my apprehension of the subject, Moses, the man of God, in his dying benediction concerning Naphtali, confirmed what Jacob in his dying moments had before said concerning him. (See Deuteronomy 33:23) "O Naphtali!" (said Moses) "satisfied with favour, and full with the blessing of the Lord, possess thou the west and the south. " And to whom are we to look for any, or for all the tribes of Israel in the possession of the divine favour, and so satisfied with it? Of whom, among the sons of Jacob, can it be said with truth, "that they are full of the blessing of the Lord," unless we first behold him in whom it hath "pleased the Father that all fulness should dwell," and from him, and in him, and by him, all the seed of Israel "are justified and shall glory?" Surely it is blessed first to eye Christ as possessing and being the cause of the true Naphtali's portion, and then, by virtue of an union with him, and interest in him, to behold those blessings flowing in upon his inheritance
Tongue - ]'>[1] Here, as in primitive thought generally, to which the nervous system and the more minute structure of the tissues were unknown, the tongue was thought to possess an inherent faculty of speech, and the ethical qualities attaching to what was said were attributed to the organ itself (ethnic parallels in J. As, in the OT, the tongue is said to concoct deceit (Psalms 50:19), and iniquity is said to be in it (Job 6:30) or under it (Psalms 10:7), so, in the NT, it is said to defile the whole body, to be a restless evil, full of deadly poison (James 3:6; James 3:8)
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - An irregularity in his accounts as tax collector led to his incarceration at Seville in 1597, during which period he is said to have evolved his masterpiece "Don Quixote" (first part, 1605; second, 1615)
Heman - Elsewhere in that chapter he is said to have prophesied using musical instruments
May - lt is said to have been originated by Father Latomia of the Roman College of the Society of Jesus
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de - An irregularity in his accounts as tax collector led to his incarceration at Seville in 1597, during which period he is said to have evolved his masterpiece "Don Quixote" (first part, 1605; second, 1615)
John i, Pope Saint - He was accorded a brilliant reception by Emperor Justin and said Mass according to the Latin Rite in the church of Saint Sophia
Binding And Loosing - The power promised by Christ to the rulers of His Church when He said to the Apostles: "Whatsoever you shall bind upon earth, shall be bound also in heaven; and whatsoever you shall loose upon earth, shall be loosed also in heaven" (Matthew 18; cf
Diana - An image of her was said to have fallen from heaven, or to have been formed of wood or ebony which fell from the clouds
Elhanan - " They were introduced in the Authorized Version to bring this passage into agreement with 1 Chronicles 20:5 , where it is said that he "slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath
Salt, Valley of - A place where it is said David smote the Syrians (2 Samuel 8:13 )
Formalism: Tricks of - 'The duchess said that on Sunday she never saw company, nor played cards, nor went out: in England, indeed, she did so, because every one else did the same, but she would not introduce those manners into this country (Scotland)
Amariah - Said by Jehovah
Annual - ) A Mass for a deceased person or for some special object, said daily for a year or on the anniversary day
Impeccability - Christ Himself said: "Which of you shall convince me of sin?" (John 8)
Loosing, Binding And - The power promised by Christ to the rulers of His Church when He said to the Apostles: "Whatsoever you shall bind upon earth, shall be bound also in heaven; and whatsoever you shall loose upon earth, shall be loosed also in heaven" (Matthew 18; cf
Tiph'Sah - (ford ) is mentioned in ( 1 Kings 4:24 ) as the limit of Solomon's empire toward the Euphrates and in (2 Kings 15:16 ) it is said to have been attacked by Menahemi
Saints: What They Should be - Mark, in Venice: a marvelous building, lustrous with an Oriental splendor far beyond description: there are pillars said to have been brought from Solomon's Temple; these are of alabaster, a substance firm and durable as granite, and yet transparent, so that the light glows through them
Despair - The testimony of God: he hath said, he desireth not the death of the sinner
Union to Christ - Two friends are said to come into Vulcan's shop, and to beg a boon of him: it was granted
Surety - In a positive sense Jesus is said to be surety for the faithful under the new covenant (Hebrews 7:22 )
Celibacy - Jesus said that some have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom and that those who were able to do likewise should do so (Matthew 19:12 )
Sister - Jesus said, “For whosoever shall do the will of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother” (Mark 3:35 )
Honey - The Lord Jesus when in service on earth said to His mother, "Woman, what have I to do with thee?" though when His service was over He commended her to John
Prayer: For Help to Pray - Fuller, he said, 'I do not know how to go on
Pity - God is said to pity them that fear him, as a father pitieth his children
Spear - The head of this spear is said to have been buried within the principal church of Antioch, where, under direction of Peter of Amiens, it was discovered by the besieged Crusaders, and proved their salvation from the onslaught of the prince of Mosul in 1098
Quartering - ) Coming from a point well abaft the beam, but not directly astern; - said of waves or any moving object
Dishonor - ) To refuse or decline to accept or pay; - said of a bill, check, note, or draft which is due or presented; as, to dishonor a bill exchange
Fray - ) To rub; to wear off, or wear into shreds, by rubbing; to fret, as cloth; as, a deer is said to fray her head
Brass - The Hebrew word nechosheth is translated 'copper' in Ezra 8:27 , where it is said to be 'precious as gold
Lose - That life is said to be one that is lost
Seth - Hence, in Genesis 4:25,26 it is said in connection with Seth, "Then began men to call upon the name of the Lord
Preaching - ...
Solomon in the Ecclesiastes calls himself 'the preacher,' and it is said of Noah that he was 'a preacher of righteousness
Dismount - ) To throw or remove from the carriage, or from that on which a thing is mounted; to break the carriage or wheels of, and render useless; to deprive of equipments or mountings; - said esp
Bark - ) To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; - said of some animals, but especially of dogs
Bearchan, Saint - He is said to have written the hymn in honor of Saint Brigid
Frontlet - It is also said they were to lay the words up in their hearts, so it seems evident that being worn as frontlets was meant in a figurative sense
Trochoid - ) Top-shaped; having a flat base and conical spire; - said of certain shells
Turn-Out - ) That which is prominently brought forward or exhibited; hence, an equipage; as, a man with a showy carriage and horses is said to have a fine turn-out
Abelbethmaachah - In 2 Samuel 20:15 it is called 'Abel of BETH-MAACHAH' and the wisdom of its rulers was said to be proverbial, 2 Samuel 20:18
Manoah - Manoah then feared they would die, for they had seen God; but his wife in faith said that could not be, for God had accepted the offering, and He had in fact spoken to them of life, not of death
Affiliate - ) To fix the paternity of; - said of an illegitimate child; as, to affiliate the child to (or on or upon) one man rather than another
Crete - The people were proverbially liars, Titus 1:12—a character they are said still to bear
Almug Tree - Several critics understand it to mean gummy wood; but a wood abounding in resin must be very unfit for the uses to which this is said to be applied
Consubstantiation - As in red-hot iron it may be said two distinct substances, iron and fire, are united, so is the body of Christ joined with the bread
Tophet - It is also said, that a large fire was constantly kept there for burning carcasses, garbage, and other filth brought thither from the city
Newness - 1); the believer, being a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17 ), is to behave himself consistently with this in contrast to his former manner of life; (b) "newness of the spirit," RV, Romans 7:6 , said of the believer's manner of serving the Lord
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3: πηλίκος (Strong's #4080 — pronoun — pelikos — pay-lee'-kos ) "how large," is used of letters of the alphabet, characters in writing, Galatians 6:11 , "with how large (letters);" it is said of personal greatness in Hebrews 7:4
Race - Paul said, "I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus" — of being with Him in the glory
Knockabout - ) That does odd jobs; - said of a class of hands or laborers on a sheep station
Archelaus - In Matthew 2:22, he is said to be king, referring to the interval immediately after the death of Herod, when he assumed the title of king
Archela'us - 6, a complaint was preferred against him by his brothers and his subjects on the ground of his tyranny, in consequence of which he was banished to Vienne in Gaul, where he is generally said to have died
Jairus - Entering into the chamber of death, accompanied by Peter and James and John and the father and mother of the maiden, he went forward to the bed whereon the corpse lay, and said, Talitha cumi, i
Crystal - ...
B — 1: κρυσταλλίζω (Strong's #2929 — Verb — krustallizo — kroos-tal-lid'-zo ) "to be of crystalline brightness and transparency, to shine like crystal," is found in Revelation 21:11 , where it is said of Christ as the "Light-giver" (phoster) of the Heavenly City (not phos, "light," RV and AV)
Overflow, Overflowing - ...
A — 2: κατακλύζω (Strong's #2626 — Verb — katakluzo — kat-ak-lood'-zo ) "to inundate, deluge" (kata, "down," kluzo, "to wash" or "dash over," said, e
Canaan - "A land" (said Moses) "whose very stones are iron, and out of whose hills thou mayest dig brass. The provinces are said by most of them to be barren and unfruitful, and Jerusalem itself to be but a poor city. From these different statements the pious reader will, without my suggestion, feel his mind, I should hope, led to that beautiful observation of the Psalmist, and indeed, to the whole of the many blessed things to the same amount, as are said in that Psalm; "A fruitful land the Lord turneth into barrennes