King James Version Translation Errors

King James Version Translation Errors

by Richard Nickels, giveshare@vcn.com

What’s wrong with modern translations of the Bible? Which ancient manuscripts are the most reliable and accurate to use for the New Testament? Which Bible translation should YOU use for studying God’s word? What are the few translation errors, unjustifiable additions and misplaced verses of the King James Version Bible?

We use the King James Version as our main study Bible. Why the King James? Because all the major Bible aides are based on the KJV. We have documented KJV translation errors and have marked them in our Bible. Newer versions are often not as faithful to the original text. As the September-October 1988 The Good News magazine states, The Authorized or King James Version is clearer and more faithful to the original Hebrew [and Greek] than most modern translations because the King James Version is not an attempt to interpret the text (page 21).

What’s Wrong With Modern Translations?

The Old Testament has been faithfully preserved by the Jews in what is known as the Masoretic Text. There are few translation problems with the Old Testament.

However, most modern translations, from the Revised Standard Version (RSV) to the New International Version (NIV), use as their source for the New Testament a Greek Text based upon the Codex Vaticanus and Codex Sinaiticus of the fourth century. This text, publicized by Westcott and Hort, is also known as the Alexandrian Text. It originated in Egypt and has been massaged by “higher critics” down through the ages. These manuscripts, used in the RSV, represent less than 5% of known Greek Biblical manuscripts, but are supposedly more authentic because they are “old”. The bulk of New Testament manuscripts were copied century after century from earlier ones as they wore out. Older copies did not survive because these texts were used until worn out. This text, the so-called “Received Text” or “Byzantine Text” (also termed “Syrian”, “Antioch”, or Koine text) was used in the King James Version. Nearly 4,000 manuscripts of this Byzantine or Official Text agree almost perfectly with each other, and are a far better standard to go by than corrupt copies no matter how early they were made. Located primarily at Mt. Athos in Greece, copies of the Official Greek Text give us a very reliable record of the New Testament scriptures.

Proof the Received Text is Correct

Jay P. Green, Sr., General Editor and Translator of the Interlinear Greek-English New Testament, states in his preface:

The market-place is being glutted with new books which are being represented as versions of the Bible. Each one claims to be the very word of God, yet there are literally thousands of differences between them . . . .

There is always a dispute on the deity of Jesus Christ wether He is man or God in the flesh on earth which is clear that Jesus layed down His Divinity to be a servant, and they add words which tend to question His virgin birth, His substitutionary, fully satisfying atonement. This is due to their decision to depend upon an Alexandrian [Egyptian] textbase, instead of that body of God’s words which has been universally received and believed in for nineteen centuries, known to us as the Received Text. These new versions [such as the NIV, New Jerusalem Bible and others] are not only marked by additions, but also by subtractions, since some four whole pages 2 of words, phrases, sentences and verses have been omitted by these new versions. And these are words attested to as God’s words by overwhelming evidence contained in all the Greek manuscripts . . . . ” it has been written, “For I say to you, Until the heavens and the earth pass away, in no way shall pass away one iota or one point from the Law, until all things come to pass.”- -Matthew 5:18 [Green’s paraphrased] . . . . “What then is the evidence these Biblealterers offer to persuade you to give up the precious words they have removed from their versions? Mainly, they cite two manuscripts, admittedly old, but also admittedly carelessly executed. The Sinaiticus was so poorly executed that seven different hands of “textual critics” can be discerned as they tried to impose their views on the Bible . . . it was discarded, found in a wastebasket fourteen centuries after it was executed. The Vaticanus manuscript lay on a shelf in the Vatican library at Rome until 1431, and was considered so corrupt that no one would use it . . . . they have systematically removed Luke’s witness to the ascension of Christ’and of course they have done away entirely with Mark’s witness to the ascension, simply because these last twelve verses do not appear in those two corrupt manuscripts, the Vaticanus and Sinaiticus . . . . ” . . . Origen, an early textual critic . . . said, that “the Scriptures are of little use to those who understand them as they are written” . . . . given the opportunity, many like Origen will actually alter the manuscripts to make them say what they understand them to mean….Justin Martyr, Valentinus, Clement of Alexandria, Marcion, Tatian, and a horde of others practiced their “textual science” by operating on manuscripts, or by writing their own “versions”  ” . . . Today there are more than 5,000 manuscripts and lectionaries in Greek as witnesses to the New Testament text. And 95% of them witness to the Received Text readings [contained in Green’s Interlinear and the King James Version]. Partly due to the fact that ancient manuscripts containing the Received Text were worn out by use, while the Alexandrian textbase manuscripts were preserved by the dry conditions of Egypt, some have sought to discredit the Received Text because they say it is not ancient. But now that manuscript portions from the second century are being unearthed, it is found that many of the readings of the Received Text which had been tagged scornfully as “late readings” by nearly unanimous consent of the “textual scientists” are appearing in these [newly found] manuscripts. Readings which were before called late and spurious have been found in these early-date manuscripts . . . . Yet strangely, in textual criticism classes, such discoveries are swept under the rug, not reported to the class.”

We use the King James Version exclusively as our main study Bible, only using other translations to aid study of certain passages, to get another perspective. The fact that modern versions slavishly depend on the Egyptian and Vatican corruptions of the New Testament should make us avoid them as a “main Bible”.

Why Are There Errors in the King James Version?

You have probably heard the joke about the bigoted Protestant fundamentalist who said, “If the King James Version was good enough for the apostles, it is good enough for me!” People sometimes forget that the KJV was published in 1611 A.D.

For centuries prior to 1611, Latin was the only scholarly language in Europe. The Latin Vulgate translation of Jerome, based upon a corrupt Alexandrian Text, was the “official” text of the powerful Roman Catholic Church.

Protestant translators sometimes did not have access to all of the Received Greek Official Text, and being familiar with the Vulgate, they sometimes put words into their translations based 3 upon the Latin which were never there in the original Greek. Schaff points out that in about 80 places in the New Testament, the KJV adopts Latin readings not found in the Greek. Erasmus had a corrupt, incomplete text of Revelation to work from, and hence this book has many errors in the KJV.

The King James translators did a marvelous job with the materials they had. While this article is necessary to point out the KJV errors, it should be noted that the errors, omissions, and additions made by the RSV, NIV, and other modern translations are much, much worse!

Translation Errors

Here is a partial listing of King James Version translation errors:

Here is a partial listing of King James Version
translation errors:
Genesis 1:2 should read “And the earth became
without form . . . .The word translated “was” is
hayah, and denotes a condition different than a
former condition, as in Genesis 19:26.

Genesis 10:9 should read “ . . . Nimrod the mighty
hunter in place of [in opposition to] the LORD.”
The word “before” is incorrect and gives the
connotation that Nimrod was a good guy, which is
false.

Leviticus 16:8, 10, 26 in the KJV is “scapegoat”
which today has the connotation of someone who
is unjustly blamed for other’s sins. The Hebrew is
Azazel, which means “one removed or separated.”
The Azazel goal represents Satan, who is no
scapegoat. He is guilty of his part in our sins.

Deuteronomy 24:1, “then let him” should be “and
he.” As the Savior explained in Matthew 19,
Moses did not command divorcement. This statute
is regulating the permission of divorce because of
the hardness of their hearts.

II Kings 2:23, should be “young men”, not “little
children.”

Isaiah 65:17 should be “I am creating [am about to
create] new heavens and new earth . . . .”

Ezekiel 20:25 should read “Wherefore I permitted
them, or gave them over to, [false] statutes that are
not good, and judgments whereby they should not
live.” God’s laws are good, perfect and right. This
verse shows that since Israel rejected God’s laws,
He allowed them to hurt themselves by following
false man made customs and laws.

Daniel 8:14 is correct in the margin, which
substitutes “evening morning” for “days.” Too bad
William Miller didn’’t realize this.

Malachi 4:6 should read “ . . . lest I come and
smite the earth with utter destruction.” “Curse”
doesn’t give the proper sense here. Same word
used in Zechariah 14:11.

Matthew 5:48 should be “Become ye therefore
perfect” rather than “be ye therefore perfect.”
“Perfect” here means “spiritually mature.”
Sanctification is a process of overcoming with the
aid of the Holy Spirit.

Matthew 24:22 needs an additional word to clarify
the meaning. It should say “there should no flesh
be saved alive.”

Matthew 27:49 omits text which was in the
original. Moffatt correctly adds it, while the RSV
puts it in a footnote: “And another took a spear and
pierced His side, and out came water and blood.”
The Savior’s death came when a soldier pierced
His side, Revelation 1:7.

Matthew 28:1, “In the end of the sabbath as it
began to dawn toward the first day of the week . .
.” should be translated literally, “Now late on
Sabbath, as it was getting dusk toward the first day
of the week . . . .” The Sabbath does not end at
dawn but at dusk.

Luke 2:14 should say, “Glory to God in the
highest, and on earth peace among men of God’s
good pleasure or choosing.” That is, there will be
peace on earth among men who have God’s good
will in their hearts.

Luke 14:26 has the unfortunate translation of the
Greek word miseo, Strong’s #3404, as “hate”,
when it should be rendered “love less by
comparison.” We are not to hate our parents and
family!

John 1:31, 33 should say “baptize” or “baptizing
IN water” not with water. Pouring or sprinkling
with water is not the scriptural method of baptism,
but only through immersion in water.

John 1:17 is another instance of a poor
preposition. “By” should be “through”: “For the
law was given by [through] Moses . . . .” Moses
did not proclaim his law, but God’s Law.

John 13:2 should be “And during supper” (RSV)
rather than “And supper being ended” (KJV).

Acts 12:4 has the inaccurate word “Easter” which
should be rendered “Passover.” The Greek word is
pascha which is translated correctly as Passover in
Matthew 26:2, etc.

I Corinthians 1:18 should be: “For the preaching
of the cross is to them that are perishing
foolishness; but unto us which are being saved it
is the power of God”, rather than “perish” and “are
saved.” Likewise, II Thessalonians 2:10 should be
“are perishing” rather than “perish.”

I Corinthians 15:29 should be: “Else what shall
they do which are baptized for the hope of the
dead, if the dead rise not at all? why are they then
baptized for the hope of the dead?”

II Corinthians 6:2 should be “a day of salvation”,
instead of “the day of salvation.” This is a quote
from Isaiah 49:8, which is correct. The day of
salvation is not the same for each individual. The
firstfruits have their day of salvation during this
life. The rest in the second resurrection.

I Timothy 4:8 should say, “For bodily exercise
profiteth for a little time: but godliness in
profitable unto all things . . . .”

I Timothy 6:10 should be, “For the love of money
is a [not the] root of all evil . . . .”

Hebrews 4:8 should be “Joshua” rather than
“Jesus”, although these two words are Hebrew and
Greek equivalents.

Hebrews 4:9 should read, “There remaineth
therefore a keeping of a sabbath to the people of
God.”

Hebrews 9:28 is out of proper order in the King
James. It should be: “So Christ was once offered to
bear the sins of many; and unto them without sin
that look for him shall he appear the second time
unto salvation.”

I John 5:7-8 contains additional text which was
added to the original. “For there are three that bear
record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the
Holy Ghost: and these three are one. And there are
three that bear witness in earth, the Spirit, and the
water, and the blood: and these three agree in one.”
The italicized text was added to the original
manuscripts. Most modern translations agree that
this was an uninspired addition to the Latin
Vulgate to support the unscriptural trinity doctrine.

The King James Bible is often criticized because some of the words found in it are words not commonly used today. Though these words are relatively few in number and can be easily defined in any good dictionary, many new versions have been published in recent years claiming to update the AV’s language. Along with updating the language, however, the new Bibles make many other changes, many of which are detrimental. They omit or strongly question many verses, deny Jesus Christ’s virgin birth, blood atonement, and ascension in several places and question or destroy many other truths. If one will compare the archaic KJV with any of the new translations, he will find the new versions are not updated Bibles at all; they are corrupted Bibles.Of the around 12,000 different words found in the KJV, only 300 or so could truly be considered “archaic” or obscure in their meaning. Many of these words are only found once in the AV text. God has used the KJV more than He has used any other Bible in any language (including the originals), thus it is not our place to change any of its words. Its text must be left as it stands.

Below we have compiled a list of nearly 750 less commonly used words from the KJV with an instance count (some counts include plural forms and other variations of the word), definition, and example references.

Revelation 14:4 should be “”a firstfruits””, because
the 144,000 are not all the firstfruits.

Revelation 20:4-5 in the KJV is a little confusing
until you realize that the sentence “”This is the first
resurrection.”” in verse five refers back to “they
lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years” in
verse four.

Revelation 20:10, “And the devil that deceived
them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone,
where the beast and the false prophet are
[correction: should be ‘were cast’ because the
beast and false prophet were mortal human beings
who were burned up in the lake of fire 1,000 years
previous to this time, Revelation 19:20], and shall
be tormented day and night for ever and ever.” The
point is that Satan will be cast into the same lake
of fire into which the beast and false prophet were
cast a thousand years previously.

Revelation 22:2 should be “health” rather than
“healing.”

Italics: Sometimes Helpful, Sometimes Wrong

No language can be translated word for word into another language. Hebrew and Greek idioms often do not come through clearly into literal English. Thus, beginning in 1560 with the Geneva Bible, translators initiated the practice of adding italicized clarifying words to make the original language more plain. The fifty-four King James translators did the same. Often, the added italicized words do help make the meaning clearer. At other times, the translators through their doctrinal misunderstandings added errors instead. In Psalms 81:4, “was” is totally uncalled for and not in the original Hebrew. New Moons are still a statute of God. We have shown how in Revelation 20:10 that the italicized “are” is incorrect and that “were cast” in italics would have been more appropriate. Another instance is John 8:28 where Jesus said (KJV), “I am he.”

Another instance is John 8:28 where Jesus said (KJV), “I am he.” The “he” is in italics and was not actually spoken by Jesus, completely obscuring the fact the Jesus was claiming to be the great “I AM” of the Old Testament, John 8:58 and Exodus 3:14.

In Luke 3:23-38, the italicized words “the son” are not in the original Greek. Actually, Luke gives the fleshly descent of the Savior through Mary, while Matthew gives the legal descent through Joseph.

Matthew 24:24 should not have the italicized words “it were”. It IS possible for the elect to be deceived. We need to be on guard! Romans 1:7 incorrectly has the italicized words “to be.” The fact is, Christians are now saints.

I Corinthians 7:19 needs some italicized words to make the meaning clear. It should say: “Circumcision is nothing, and uncircumcision is nothing, but [the important thing is] the keeping of the commandments of God.”

Colossians 2:16-17 can be properly understood only if the KJV italicized word “is” in verse 17 is left out, as it should be. The message of these verses is: don’t let men judge you as doing wrong when you observe the holy days, new moons and sabbaths; let the body of Christ (the Church) do the judging.

I Timothy 3:11 has “their” in italics, which is not implied in the original.

II Peter 2:5 should not have “person, a.” Noah was the eighth preacher of righteousness.

I John 2:23 has “[but] he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also” in italics. This is an addition based upon the Latin text and not in the original Greek. Punctuation Problems

Punctuation Problems

Luke 23:43 has been erroneously used by some to claim that Jesus went straight to heaven at His death. The original Greek did not have punctuation marks as we do today. The KJV states, “And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise.” The comma should not be after “thee”, but “day.” The believing malefactor would be with Christ in the paradise of the redeemed when he was resurrected far into the future. Mark 16:9 does not say that Jesus was resurrected Sunday morning. There is a missing implied comma between “risen” and “early” and there should be no comma after week as the KJV has it: “Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene . . . .” Thus, it should say, “Now when Jesus was risen, early the first day of the week he appeared first to Mary Magdalene . . . .”

Word Differences

The King James Bible is often criticized because some of the words found in it are words not commonly used today. Though these words are relatively few in number and can be easily defined in any good dictionary, many new versions have been published in recent years claiming to update the AV’s language. Along with updating the language, however, the new Bibles make many other changes, many of which are detrimental. They omit or strongly question many verses, deny Jesus Christ’s deity, virgin birth, blood atonement, and ascension in several places and question or destroy many other truths. If one will compare the archaic KJV with any of the new translations, he will find the new versions are not updated Bibles at all; they are corrupted Bibles.Of the around 12,000 different words found in the KJV, only 300 or so could truly be considered “archaic” or obscure in their meaning. Many of these words are only found once in the AV text. God has used the KJV more than He has used any other Bible in any language (including the originals), thus it is not our place to change any of its words. Its text must be left as it stands.

Below we have compiled a list of nearly 750 less commonly used words from the KJV with an instance count (some counts include plural forms and other variations of the word), definition, and example references.

King James Bible Wordlist & Definitions
Compiled by PreservedWords.com in 2011 and Placed in the Public Domain
Plain Text Version

Word Count, Definition, Reference(s)
A
Abase (8) to reduce or lower; to humble or cast down (Job 40:11; Isa 31:4; Eze 21:26)
Abated (6) diminished in intensity or amount; lessened (Gen 8:3; Lev 27:18; Deu 34:7)
Abba (3) father; a superior Chaldee/Syriac (Mar 14:36; Rom 8:15; Gal 4:6)
Abhor (42) to shrink from with dread; lothe, detest (Exo 5:21; Lev 20:23, Lev 26:11)
Abjects (1) an outcast, a worthless, despicable person (Psa 35:15).
Abroad (79) outdoors; away from home; scattered about (1Sa 9:26; Mar 1:28; Joh 11:52)
Adamant (2) a sharp, hard stone; hardest substance (Eze 3:9; Zec 7:12)
Adjure (7) to charge or bind by an oath or threat (1Ki 22:16; 2Ch 18:15; Mat 26:63)
Admiration (2) wonder or astonishment (Jude 1:16; Rev 17:6)
Admonish (9) to instruct; warn; reprove mildly (Ecc 4:13)
Ado (1) trouble; labor; fuss (Mar 5:39)
Adventure (3) hazard, risk (Deu 28:56; Jdg 9:17; Act 19:31)
Advertise (2) give notice, inform (Num 24:13; Rth 4:4)
Advisement (1) a consultation; counsel (1Ch 12:19)
Affect (4) to act upon (Lam 3:51); embitter (Act 14:2); desire, seek (Gal 4:17, Gal 4:18)
Affinity (3) a relationship by marriage (1Ki 3:1; 2Ch 18:1; Ezr 9:14)
Affording (1) accomplishing, yielding, producing or providing (Psa 144:13)
Afoot (2) to go on foot; walk (Mat 6:33; Act 20:13)
Afore (7) before; prior (2Ki 20:4; Psa 129:6; Rom 1:2)
Agone (1) past, ago (1Sa 30:13)
Ague (1) fever; chill (Lev 26:16)
Albeit (2) although; even though (Eze 13:7; Phm 1:19)
Alleluia (4) praise the lord (Rev 19:1)
Allow (3) to praise or approve (Luk 11:48; Act 24:15; Rom 7:15)
Alms (13) charity; relief to the poor (Mat 6:1; Luk 11:41; Act 3:2)
Amazed (21) terrified, fearful (Mar 9:15, Mar 14:33)
Ambassage (1) ambassadors, delegation (Luk 14:32)
Amerce (1) to punish by imposing a penalty or fine (Deu 22:19)
Amiable (1) friendly, agreeable, or lovely (Psa 84:1)
Amiss (4) in error, incorrect, improper (2Ch 6:37; Dan 3:29; Luk 23:41)
Anathema (1) excommunication with a curse (1Co 16:22)
Ancient (16) old person yet still alive, elders (Ezr 3:12; Job 12:12; Isa 3:2)
Angle (2) fishing rod with hook (Isa 19:8; Hab 1:15)
Anise (1) an herb of the parsley family (Mat 23:23)
Anon (2) immediately, at once (Mat 13:20; Mar 1:30)
Apace (3) traveling at a great pace, swiftly (2Sa 18:25; Psa 68:12; Jer 46:5)
Apostle (83) messenger; one sent on a mission (Mat 10:2; Mar 6:30; Luk 9:10)
Apothecary (4) a store or shop; pharmacy, spice dealer (Exo 30:25; 2Ch 16:14; Neh 3:8)
Apparel (28) clothing; attire (Jdg 17:10; Act 1:10)
Appertain (7) belong or pertain to (Num 16:30; Jer 10:7; Neh 2:8)
Apple…Eye (5) pupil of the eye (Deu 32:10; Psa 17:8; Pro 7:2)
Aright (5) correctly, properly (Psa 50:23, Pro 15:2; Jer 8:6)
Armholes (2) the armpit; the hole in the garment in which the arm is put (Jer 38:12; Eze 13:18)
Array (45) To clothe; to line up an army for battle (Gen 41:42; Jdg 20:20; 1Ch 19:9)
Art (495) are; second person singular (Gen 3:9)
Artificer (4) one who makes something by art or skill Gen 4:22; 1Ch 29:5; Isa 3:3
Artillery (1) offensive weapon such as a bow or sling (1Sa 20:40)
Asp (5) a snake, serpent (Deu 32:33)
Assay (6) to try, undertake, prove, or attempt (Deu 4:34; 1Sa 17:39; Act 9:26)
Assent (2) to agree, concur (2Ch 18:12; Act 24:9)
Asswage (2) to lessen, relieve, or ease (Job 16:5, Job 16:6; Gen 8:1)
Astonied (10) astonished, surprised or startled (Ezr 9:3; Dan 5:9😉
Asunder (21) apart; into parts; separately (Lev 1:17)
Attent (2) to be attentive, observant (2Ch 6:40, 2Ch 7:15)
Augment (1) to enlarge, increase, or supplement (Num 32:14)
Austere (2) to be severe, strict, harsh (Luk 19:21, Luk 19:22)
Averse (1) to be opposed, unwilling, disinclined, turned back (Mic 2:8)
Avouched (2) guaranteed, admitted, affirmed, or vouched for (Deu 26:17, Deu 26:18)
Away with (5) tolerate, bear, and endure; to take away (Isa 1:13; Luk 23:18; Joh 19:15)
Axletrees (2) wooden axels, spindle (1Ki 7:32, 1Ki 7:33)
B
Backbiter* (4) to slander; to attack one’s character (Psa 15:3; Pro 25:23; Rom 1:30; 2Co 12:20)
Bakemeats (1) baked food (Gen 40:17)
Bank (3) mound for besieging a city (2Sa 20:15; 2Ki 19:32; Isa 37:33)
Banqueting (2) a feast; drinking party (Son 2:4; 1Pe 4:3)
Barbarian (3) foreigner, alien (1Co 14:11)
Barked (1) to have the bark scrapped off (Joe 1:7)
Base (18) lowly, humble (1Co 1:28; 2Co 10:1)
Bastard (3) an illegitimate child (Deu 23:2; Zec 9:6; Heb 12:8)
Bath (6) about 8 gallons of liquid (Isa 5:10)
Battlement (2) a formation on top of a wall for protection (Deu 22:8; Jer 5:10)
Beckoned (6) to make a signal or to summon (Luk 1:22; Joh 13:24; Act 19:33)
Bedstead (2) a place for a bed; bed frame (Deu 3:11)
Beeves (7) the plural of beef, oxen (Lev 22:19; Num 31:28)
Begat (259) to get, bear or bring forth (Gen 4:18; Gen 7:20; Pro 7:21)
Beggarly (1) a beggar, indigent, poverty stricken (Gal 4:9)
Begotten (24) procreated; brought forth (Gen 5:4)
Behemoth (1) a beast or brute; large animal (Job 40:15)
Behoved (2) requirement; necessary (Luk 24:46; Heb 2:17)
Belied (1) to deceive by lying, assert falsely, prove to be false (Jer 5:12)
Bemoan (7) bewail, lament, or express pity for (Job 42:11; Jer 15:5; Nah 3:7)
Beseech (70) to seek; call upon (Gen 42:21; Exo 3:18; Mat 8:5)
Besom (1) broom; sweeping tool (Isa 14:23)
Bestead (1) distressed; perplexed (Isa 8:21)
Bestir (1) to heap up, to stir up (2Sa 5:24)
Bethink (2) to remember, remind (1Ki 8:47; 2Ch 6:37)
Betimes (5) early, in due time (Gen 26:31; 2Ch 36:15; Job 8:5)
Betrothed (9) contracted for future marriage; engaged (Exo 21:8; Deu 20:7)
Bettered (1) improve, amended, render more excellent (Mar 5:26)
Betwixt (16) in between (Gen 17:11; Phi 1:23)
Bewail (10) to express sorrow, lament, mourn (Lev 10:6; Deu 21:13; Jdg 11:37)
Bewitched (3) to fascinate; charm (Act 8:9; Gal 3:1)
Bewray (4) to reveal, expose, disclose, or betray (Pro 27:16; Isa 16:3; Mat 26:73)
Bier (2) a frame on which a corpse or casket is laid (2Sa 3:31; Luk 7:14)
Billow (1) a swelling of water (Psa 42:7)
Bishop (2) overseer (Phi 1:1; 1Pe 2:25)
Bishoprick (1) the office of Bishop or overseer (Act 1:20)
Bittern (3) a bird similar to a heron (Isa 14:23, Isa 34:11; Zep 2:14)
Blains (2) an swelling or sore; a boil (Exo 9:9, Exo 9:10)
Blaze (1) to make known, proclaim, sound an alarm or publish (Mar 1:45)
Blueness (1) the mark of a bruise (Pro 20:30)
Boisterous (1) strong; mighty; powerful (Mat 14:30)
Bolled (1) to be swollen or inflated; full seed pods (Exo 9:31)
Bolster (6) a pillow or cushion used as a means of support (1Sa 19:13)
Bondslave (39) a peasant or someone in slavery (Gen 21:10; Lev 19:20; Deu 28:68)
Bosses (1) ornamental knobs (Job 15:26)
Botch (2) ulcer, tumor, boil (Deu 28:27, Deu 28:35)
Bowels (39) the interior of anything, affections (Gen 15:4; Phi 1:8; 1Jo 3:17)
Bravery (1) splendor; magnificence (Isa 3:18)
Bray (2) to crush; to cry out (Job 6:5; Pro 27:22)
Breeches (5) garments for the loins and thighs (Exo 28:42, Exo 39:28; Lev 6:10)
Brigandine (1) body armor (Jer 46:4, Jer 51:3)
Brimstone (15) burning stone of sulphur (Gen 19:24; Rev 21:8)
Broided (1) braided (1Ti 2:9)
Broidered (8) to embroider or ornament with needlework (Exo 28:4; Eze 16:10)
Bruit (2) rumor, report (Jer 10:22; Nah 3:19)
Brutish (11) uncivilized, stupid, slow, or without understanding (Psa 49:10; Eze 21:31)
Buckler (16) a round shield with a grip (2Sa 22:31; 2Ch 23:9)
Buffet (5) strike, beat, or contend against (Mar 14:65; 1Co 4:11; 2Co 12:7)
Bulrush (3) a tall aquatic plant or a cattail (Exo 2:3; Isa 18:2, Isa 58:5)
Bunches (3) a hump, bump, swelling or tumor (2Sa 16:1; 1Ch 12:40; Isa 30:6)
Butler (1) cup-bearer (Gen 14:21)
By and By (4) immediately or at once (Mat 13:21; Mar 6:25; Luk 17:7)
C
Cab (1) nearly 4 pints (2Ki 6:25)
Calve (4) an animal giving birth to a calf (Job 39:1; Psa 29:9; Jer 14:5)
Canker (1) a sore, ulcer, or malignant growth (2Ti 2:17; Jam 5:3)
Cankered (1) eaten away (Jam 5:3)
Carbuncle (4) red precious stone (Exo 28:17; Eze 28:13; Isa 54:12)
Carefulness (1) anxiety (1Co 7:32)
Careless (1) free from care, secure (Jdg 18:7)
Carnal (15) sensual, fleshly, worldly (Rom 7:14; 1Co 3:1; 2Co 10:4)
Carriage (6) that which is carried (Jdg 18:21; 1Sa 17:22; Isa 10:28)
Castaway (1) rejected (1Co 9:27)
Caul (11) fatty tissue that surrounds an organ in the body (Exo 29:13; Lev 9:19)
Causeway (2) paved highway (1Ch 26:16, 1Ch 26:18)
Ceiled (4) covered, panelled (2Ch 3:5; Jer 22:14; Eze 41:16)
Chambering (1) sexual indulgence or lewdness (Rom 13:13)
Chamberlain (1) manager of a household or town (Act 12:20; Rom 16:23)
Chamois (1) a small antelope (Deu 14:5)
Champaign (1) a plain; flat, open country (Deu 11:30)
Chapiter (29) head of, or capital of a column (1Ki 7:16)
Chapmen (1) a merchant, peddler, or businessman (2Ch 9:14)
Chapt (1) cracked (Jer 14:4)
Charger (20) a platter or large dish (Num 7:13; Ezr 1:9; Mar 6:28)
Charity (29) love, affection (Rom 14:15; 1Co 13:1; Rev 2:19)
Chaste (3) pure from sexual commerce; undefiled (2Co 11:2; Tit 2:5)
Chasten (6) to correct by punishment; to punish (2Sa 7:14; Rev 3:19)
Check (1) repulse, rebuke (Job 20:3)
Chide (7) to quarrel, contend, strive or argue (Exo 17:2; Jdg 8:1; Psa 103:9)
Chode (2) complained (Gen 31:36; Num 20:3)
Choler (2) anger, wrath, or irascibility (Dan 8:7, Dan 11:11)
Churl (3) a rude or coarse man (Isa 32:5, Isa 32:7; 1Sa 25:3)
Circumspect (2) to be cautious, wary, or discreet (Exo 23:13; Eph 5:15)
Cleave (4) to split or divide (Lev 1:17; Psa 74:15); (26) to cling or adhere to (Gen 2:24; Rom 12:9)
Clift (1) cleft, hollow (Exo 33:22; Isa 57:5)
Closet (3) private room (Joe 2:16; Mat 6:6; Luk 12:3)
Clouts (3) a piece of cloth, often used as a patch (Jer 38:11, Jer 38:12; Jos 9:5)
Coasts (2) borders, region (Exo 10:14; Mat 2:16)
Cockatrice (4) a serpent (Isa 11:8)
Cockle (1) a weed, darnel, or tares (Job 31:40)
Coffer (3) a chest, box, trunk or coffin (1Sa 6:8, 1Sa 6:11, 1Sa 6:15)
Cogitations (1) to think, reflect, consider, or meditate (Dan 7:28)
Collops (1) a small piece or slice of flesh (Job 15:27)
Comeliness (4) becoming, fit or suitable (Isa 53:2)
Comely (21) fair, pleasing, appropriate (1Sa 16:8; Job 41:12)
Comfort[ed] (136) To strengthen; to invigorate; to cheer or enliven (Gen 5:29; 2Th 2:17)
Commodious (1) to be profitable, suitable, beneficial (Act 27:12)
Communicate (4) to impart; to give to another (Gal 6:6; Phi 4:14)
Companied (1) accompanied (Act 1:21)
Compass (2) to go around, surround, or encircle (Num 21:4; Luk 19:43)
Conceit (1) opinion, conception (Pro 18:11)
Concision (1) a cutting; cut to pieces (Phi 3:2)
Concluded (2) included (Rom 11:32; Gal 3:22)
Concord (1) in agreement, harmony, accord (2Co 6:15)
Concourse (2) an assembly of people or a crowd (Pro 1:21; Act 19:40)
Concubine (22) a wife of inferior condition (Gen 22:24)
Concupiscence (3) strong desire or appetite (Rom 7:8; Col 3:5; 1Th 4:5)
Coney (2) a small, rabbit like, nocturnal animal (Lev 11:5; Deu 14:7)
Confection (1) a composition or mixture (Exo 30:35)
Confederate (3) a league or joined together (Gen 14:13; Psa 83:5; Isa 7:2)
Constrain (10) to compel, force, or strongly encourage (Gal 6:12)
Contemn (7) to scorn, despise, or treat with contempt (Psa 10:13; Eze 21:13)
Contrariwise (3) on the other hand, on the contrary (2Co 2:7; Gal 2:7; 1Pe 3:9)
Contrite (5) deeply affected with grief and sorrow (Psa 34:18; Isa 57:15)
Convenient (2) suitable, proper (Pro 30:8; Eph 5:4)
Conversant (2) dwelling with (Jos 8:35; 1Sa 25:15)
Conversation (20) behavior, conduct, or manner (Psa 37:2; 2Pe 3:11)
Convince (7) to prove guilty, vanquish, refute (Tit 1:9; Jude 1:15)
Convocation (16) an assembly (Num 28:18)
Coriander (2) plant with small spicy seeds (Exo 16:31; Num 11:7)
Cormorant (4) a large ravenous bird (Lev 11:17; Deu 14:17; Isa 34:11)
Corn (102) a small hard particle of grain or seed (Gen 27:28; 1Ti 5:18)
Cotes (1) a shelter for animals or storage (2Ch 32:28)
Coulter (1) blade of a plough (1Sa 13:20)
Countenance (53) appearance of the face (Gen 4:5; Luk 9:29)
Countervail (1) a counterbalance (Est 7:4)
Cousin (1) kinsman, relative (Luk 1:36, Luk 1:58)
Covert (9) a shelter or hiding place (1Sa 25:20; Jer 25:38)
Cracknels (1) light, crisp biscuits (1Ki 14:3)
Creature (41) a created being (Rom 1:25; 1Ti 4:4)
Crib (3) the manger of a stable (Job 39:9; Pro 14:4; Isa 1:3)
Crisping pins (1) curling pins for a women’s hair (Isa 3:22)
Crookbackt (1) hump-backed, hunch-backed (Lev 21:20)
Cruse (9) a small vessel for holding liquids (1Sa 26:11; 2Ki 2:20)
Cubit (252) cubit of a man, from elbow to fingertip; approx 18 in. (Deu 3:11)
Cuckow (2) gull, bird (Lev 11:16; Deu 14:15)
Cumbered (3) to overwhelm, trouble or burden (Luk 10:40, Luk 13:7; Deu 1:12)
Cummin (4) a plant used as a spice (Isa 28:25, Isa 28:27; Mat 23:23)
Cunning (33) skillful (1Sa 16:16; 1Ki 7:14)
Curious (10) detailed; intricately, or skillfully made (Exo 28:8; Act 19:19)
Curious Arts (1) magic, sorcery (Act 19:19)
Custom (3) tribute, tax, toll (Mat 9:9; Mar 2:14; Luk 5:27)
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Dainty (6) delicate, pleasing, and valuable (Job 33:20; Pro 23:6; Rev 18:14)
Dale (2) a valley (Gen 14:17; 2Sa 18:18)
Dam (4) a mother animal (Exo 22:30; Lev 22:27; Deu 22:6)
Damn(ation) (3) condemnation, judgment, or sentence (Mar 16:16; Rom 14:23; 2Th 2:12)
Damsel (43) a young unmarried woman or a girl (Gen 24:14; 1Ki 1:3)
Dandled (1) danced on the knee; fondled (Isa 66:12)
Darling (2) a term of endearment referring to a dearly loved person (Psa 22:20, Psa 35:17)
Dash To strike against; to beat towards (Luk 4:11)
Daub (1) to cover, coat, or plaster (Eze 13:11)
Daysman (1) a mediator, or arbitrator (Job 9:33)
Dayspring (2) day break; sunrise (Job 38:12; Luk 1:78)
Deal (9) a portion, share (Exo 29:40; Num 29:15)
Dearth (8) scarcity of rain; drought (Gen 41:54; 2Ki 4:38; Act 7:11)
Deceivableness (1) capable of being deceived (2Th 2:10)
Deck (12) to adorn, cover or clothe (Job 40:10; Pro 7:16; Jer 10:4)
Decline (11) to deviate, or turn aside (Exo 23:2; Deu 17:11; Psa 119:157)
Delectable (1) delightful, pleasing, or delicious (Isa 44:9)
Deliciously (1) a manner to please or gratify (Rev 18:7, Rev 18:9)
Delightsome (1) delightful, enjoyable, or pleasing (Mal 3:12)
Deputed (1) to assign, commit, or authorize (2Sa 15:3)
Deride (1) to mock in ridicule, scorn, or contempt (Hab 1:10)
Describe (3) divide, mark out (Jos 18:4, Jos 18:6)
Descry (1) spy out, describe, or discover (Jdg 1:23)
Despite (9) contempt, scorn, or spite (Eze 25:6; Mat 5:44; Rom 1:30)
Devotions (1) adoration, acts of worship, or praise (Act 17:23)
Diadem (4) royal head-dress (Job 29:14; Isa 28:5; Eze 21:26)
Diet (2) daily allowance (Jer 52:34)
Disannul (5) to cancel, abolish, or nullify (Job 40:8; Isa 14:27; Gal 3:17)
Discomfited (9) to be defeated, overthrown, or frustrated (Exo 17:13; 1Sa 31:8)
Dispensation (4) dealing out; distribution (1Co 9:17; Eph 1:10; Col 1:25)
Disputation (2) an argument, debate, discussion, or controversy (Act 15:2; Rom 14:1)
Disquiet (8) disturb, trouble, and make restless (Jer 50:34; 1Sa 28:15; Pro 30:21)
Dissembled (3) to disguise, pretend, or act hypocritically (Gal 2:13; Psa 26:4; Pro 26:24)
Dissimulation (2) to pretend, hypocrisy or deception (Rom 12:9; Gal 2:13)
Distil (2) to drip or trickle down (Deu 32:2; Job 36:28)
Divers (37) different, diverse, varied (Deu 22:9; Jam 1:2)
Divination (12) foretelling future events; discovering things secret (Num 22:7; Deu 18:10)
Doctor (3) teacher, instructor (Luk 2:46, Luk 5:17; Act 5:34)
Doleful (2) sorrowful, mournful, or grieved (Isa 13:21; Mic 2:4)
Dote (7) to say or think foolishly (Jer 50:36; Eze 23:5; 1Ti 6:4)
Doth (207) do (Gen 3:5; Rev 19:11)
Doting (1) excessive fondness (1Ti 6:4)
Downsitting (1) sitting down (Psa 139:2)
Drams (6) a weight of measure (1Ch 29:7; Ezr 2:69; Neh 7:70)
Draught (5) to something derived or extracted (Luk 5:4, Luk 5:9), (3) a privy, bathroom, or sewer (2Ki 10:27; Mat 15:17)
Dromedary (4) a one hump camel (Jer 2:23; 1Ki 4:28; Est 8:10)
Duke (43) a chief, commander, leader (Gen 36:15; 1Ch 1:54)
Dulcimer (3) a stringed instrument (Dan 3:5, Dan 3:10, Dan 3:15)
Dung (28) manure, excrement, or anything morally filthy (Exo 29:14; Phi 3:8)
Dureth (1) to last, persist, endure, or continue in existence or state (Mat 13:21)
Durst (9) dare (Mar 12:34)
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Ear(ing) (3) plough the ground, (Gen 45:6; Exo 34:21; Deu 21:4)
Earnest (5) serious, important, or zealous (Rom 8:19); (3) a pledge or deposit securing a contract (2Co 1:22, 2Co 5:5; Eph 1:14)
Effeminate (1) unmanly or unnaturally delicate, soft, or weak (1Co 6:9)
Emboldened (1) to make bold (1Co 8:10)
Emerods (8) hemorrhoids, swelling (Deu 28:27; 1Sa 5:6)
Eminent (4) prominent, outstanding, or distinguished (Eze 16:24, Eze 16:31, Eze 16:39, Eze 17:22)
Emulation (2) a jealous rivalry (Rom 11:14, Gal 5:20)
Endamage (1) to inflict damage upon, injure, or discredit (Ezr 4:13)
Endued (5) to introduce, to bring to a certain condition (Gen 30:20; 2Ch 2:12; Luk 24:49)
Engines (2) a mechanical device or machine; weapons of warfare (2Ch 26:15; Eze 26:9)
Engrafted (1) to be grafted in, inserted, implanted, or introduced (Jam 1:21)
Enjoin (4) to direct, command, or impose (Phm 1:8)
Enlargement (1) freedom, relief (Est 4:14)
Ensample (6) an example, pattern, model, or sample (Phi 3:17; 2Th 3:9; 2Pe 2:6)
Ensign (9) a signal, sign, token, emblem (Num 2:2; Isa 5:26; Zec 9:16)
Ensue (1) follow after (1Pe 3:11)
Environ (1) to surround, or to envelop (Jos 7:9)
Ephah (37) about 8 gallons (Exo 16:36; Eze 45:11)
Ephod (52) cape worn by priests (Exo 39:2.5)
Epistle (14) A sent letter (Act 15:30)
Ere (10) before or until (Exo 1:19; Joh 4:49)
Eschew (4) to shun, avoid, abstain from (1Pe 3:11)
Espoused (7) promised in marriage; betrothed; engaged (2Sa 3:14; Mat 1:18; Luk 1:27)
Espy (2) see, perceive (Jos 14:7; Jer 48:19)
Estate (17) condition, position, or status (1Ch 17:17; Jude 6; Eze 36:11; Mar 6:21)
Euroclydon (1) a tempestuous north-easterly wind (Act 27:14)
Evilfavouredness (1) ugliness, deformity (Deu 17:1)
Exchanger (1) money-changer; banker (Mat 25:27)
Execration (2) a curse, detestation; abhorrence (Jer 42:18, Jer 44:12)
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Fain (2) gladly, willingly, or be content to (Job 27:22; Luk 15:16)
Fairs (6) anything gotten at a sale (Eze 27:12)
Familiar (19) intimate, well acquainted, or in close association (Lev 19:31; Isa 29:4)
Farthing (4) a fourth part of a penny (Mat 5:26, Mat 10:29; Mar 12:42)
Fat (3) good, rich, full, prosperous (Neh 8:10; Pro 11:25; Isa 28:1)
Fats (2) a vat or vessel (Joe 2:24, Joe 3:13)
Feebleminded (1) to be weak, infirm, frail, or faint (1Th 5:14)
Feign (13) to invent, pretend (2Sa 14:2; 1Ki 14:5; Luk 20:20)
Felloes (1) part of a wheel rim (1Ki 7:33)
Fens (1) a marsh or a bog (Job 40:21)
Fetters (11) shackles, metal bands (Psa 105:18)
Fillet (9) an ornamental narrow band that goes around something (Jer 52:21)
Firkins (1) a small wooden vessel or cask equal to one-fourth barrel (Joh 2:6)
Firmament (17) the region of the air; the sky or heavens; or the sphere of the stars (Gen 1:6; Dan 12:3)
Firstling (10) the first offspring of an animal (Exo 13:12; Deu 33:17)
Fitches (3) an herb seed used as a spice or seasoning (Isa 28:25, Eze 4:9)
Flag (4) an aquatic plant like a reed or rush (Job 8:11)
Flagon (5) a container for holding liquids (2Sa 6:19; 1Ch 16:3)
Flanks (6) the fleshy part of an animal between the ribs and the hip (Lev 3:4; Job 15:27)
Flay (4) to skin or strip off the skin (Lev 1:6; 2Ch 29:34; Mic 3:3)
Fleshhook (7) a hook for fish (1Sa 2:13, 1Sa 2:14)
Flowers (2) the menstrual discharge (Lev 15:24, Lev 15:33)
Flux (1) the flow of blood or any liquid discharge from the bowels (Act 28:8)
Forbear (22) to bear, endure, submit to, have patience with, tolerate(Exo 23:5; 1Th 3:5)
Foreship (1) the bow of a ship (Act 27:30)
Forswear (1) renounce earnestly, deny, or repudiate under an oath (Mat 5:33)
Forthwith (10) immediately, at once, without delay (Ezr 6:8; Act 21:30)
Forum (1) market place (Act 28:15)
Forward (3) eager, zealous, ready, or inclined to do something (2Co 8:10, 2Co 8:17; Gal 2:10)
Foursquare (10) square (Exo 27:1; Rev 21:16)
Frankly (1) openly, freely (Luk 7:42)
Fray (3) frighten, scare, terrify, or horrify (Deu 28:26; Jer 7:32; Zec 1:21)
Fret (7) grieve, be angry (Psa 37:1)
Frontlets (3) something worn on the forehead (Exo 13:16; Deu 6:8, Deu 11:18)
Froward (25) stubborn, perverse, difficult, evil-disposed (Deu 32:20; 1Pe 2:18)
Furbish (6) polish, sharpen (Jer 46:4)
Furlong (5) 220 yards (Luk 24:13; Joh 6:19; Rev 14:20)
Furniture (7) equipment, harness (Gen 31:34)
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Gaddest (1) to move about restlessly or roam idly (Jer 2:36)
Gainsay (3) to speak against, contradict, oppose, or hinder (Luk 21:15)
Gallant (1) to be admirable, noble, finely dressed, or beautiful in appearance (Isa 33:21)
Garner (4) a storehouse for grain, barn (Mat 3:12; Luk 3:17)
Gat (20) got (Psa 116:3)
Gay (1) happy, joyful, cheerful, or fine (Jam 2:3)
Gazingstock (2) the object of someone’s gaze or stare (Nah 3:6; Heb 10:33)
Gender (4) to produce, breed, generate, or give rise to (Lev 19:19; 2Ti 2:23)
Gerah (1) one twentieth of a shekel (Exo 30:13)
Gin (3) a trap or snare (Job 18:9; Isa 8:14; Amo 3:5)
Girdle (38) belt (Exo 28:4; Rev 1:13)
Glass (4) a mirror (Job 37:18; 1Co 13:12; 2Co 3:18; Jam 1:23)
Glede (1) a bird (Deu 14:13)
Glistering (2) shining, sparkling, or glittering (1Ch 29:2; Luk 9:29)
Godhead (3) the trinity (Act 17:29; Rom 1:20; Col 2:9)
Goodman (6) the male head of the household (Pro 7:19; Mat 20:11; Mar 14:14)
Greaves (1) armor for the lower leg (1Sa 17:6)
Grisled (4) an animal that is gray colored, either whole or spotted (Gen 31:10; Zec 6:3, Zec 6:6)
Gross (4) thick, powerful, or big (Isa 60:2; Jer 13:16; Mat 13:15)
Guile (11) to deceive or trick (Exo 21:14; Rev 14:5)
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Habergeon (5) a sleeveless coat or jacket of armor (Exo 28:32; Job 41:26)
Haft (1) a handle (Jdg 3:22)
Hale (1) to draw, fetch, haul, or pull (Luk 12:58)
Hallow (36) to make holy, consecrated, or set apart (Exo 28:38; Eze 44:24)
Halt (9) lame or crippled (1Ki 18:21; Psa 38:17)
Handmaid (45) a female personal attendant, slave or servant (Gen 16:1; Luk 1:38)
Hap (7) to happen by chance, or accident (Rth 2:3, 1Sa 14:30; Mar 11:13)
Hard (6) close, near, or in close proximity (Lev 3:9; Jdg 9:52; 1Ki 21:1)
Hardly (8) with difficulty (Mat 19:23; Mar 10:23)
Hart (11) a male deer (Deu 12:15; Isa 35:6)
Haunt (3) a habit, custom, habitation, or place of frequent abode (1Sa 23:22; Eze 26:17)
Heady (1) to be headstrong, domineering, overbearing (2Ti 3:4)
Heath (2) open uncultivated land (Jer 17:6, Jer 48:6)
Helve (1) a handle (Deu 19:5)
Hence (30) from this time forward, from this place forward (Gen 37:17)
Highminded (3) haughty, arrogant, or proud spirit (Rom 11:20; 1Ti 6:17; 2Ti 3:4)
Hin (22) about 1.5 gallons (Exo 30:24)
Hind (10) a female deer (Gen 49:21; Pro 5:19; Jer 14:5)
Hither (67) to or towards, up to this point (Gen 15:16; Rev 21:9)
Hitherto (18) until now, before (Joh 5:17; 1Co 3:2)
Hoar (4) old, aged, or white with age (Exo 16:14; 1Ki 2:6; Isa 46:4)
Holden (12) held (Psa 18:35; Luk 24:16)
Holpen (5) helped (Psa 86:17; Luk 1:54)
Homer (11) 10 ephahs or baths, about 80 gallons (Lev 27:16; Isa 5:10; Eze 45:11)
Hosanna (6) “save, we pray,” a shout of praise (Mat 21:9; Mar 11:10; Joh 12:13)
Hosen (1) articles of clothing to cover the legs (Dan 3:21)
Hough (1) to disable by cutting the tendons in the hind leg (Jos 11:6)
Howbeit (164) as it may, or nevertheless (Jdg 4:17; Heb 3:16)
Husbandry (2) the management of a household (2Ch 26:10; 1Co 3:9)
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Ignominy (1) dishonor, disgrace, or shame (Pro 18:3)
Immutable (1) unchangeable, not liable to change, or variation (Heb 6:18)
Impenitent (1) not repenting of sin; not contrite (Rom 2:5)
Imperious (1) domineering, overbearing, dominant, or commanding (Eze 16:30)
Implacable (1) unappeasable, or irreconcilable (Rom 1:31)
Implead (1) to sue in a court of justice (Act 19:38)
Importunity (1) pressing solicitation; urgent request; unwanted persistence (Luk 11:8)
Impotent (4) to be without power, helpless, weak or ineffective (Joh 5:3, Joh 5:7; Act 4:9)
Impudent (3) immodest, disrespectful, or shameless (Pro 7:13; Eze 2:4, Eze 3:7)
Impute (13) To charge; to attribute or count (Rom 4:8)
Incontinent (1) inability to contain or restrain oneself (2Ti 3:3)
Inditing (1) to declare something (Psa 45:1)
Infamy (2) shame, disgrace, or bad reputation (Pro 25:10; Eze 36:3)
Infidel (2) one who is unfaithful or unbelieving (2Co 6:15; 1Ti 5:8)
Infolding (1) to envelop, enclose, contain, or fold in (Eze 1:4)
Injurious (1) hurtful, insulting, abusive (1Ti 1:13)
Inkhorn (3) a small portable vessel for ink (Eze 9:2, Eze 9:3, Eze 9:11)
Inquisition (3) investigation, examination, or inquiry (Deu 19:18; Est 2:23; Psa 9:12)
Instant (3) earnest, urgent or persistent (Luk 23:23; Rom 12:12; 2Ti 4:2)
Issue (40) a discharge or flow from the body (Gen 48:6; Luk 8:44)
J
Jangling (1) to make a harsh sound or a noisy altercation (1Ti 1:6)
Jewry (3) Judaea: (Dan 5:13; Luk 23:5; Joh 7:1)
Jot (1) a little bit or the very least part of something (Mat 5:18)
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Kerchiefs (2) a cloth used to cover the heads of women; veil (Eze 13:18, Eze 13:21)
Kernels (1) the fruit seed, the inner part of a seed, or kernel of corn (Num 6:4)
Kine (24) cows (Gen 32:15; Amo 4:1)
Knop (10) knob; anything that protrudes (Exo 25:33, Exo 37:19)
Know (17) a sexual relationship (Gen 19:5; 1Ki 1:4; Mat 1:25)
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Lade (13) to load; burden (Gen 45:17; 1Ki 12:11; Luk 11:46)
Lance (1) spear (Jer 50:42)
Lancets (1) a small spear, javelin, dart (1Ki 18:28)
Lapwing (2) a bird (a plover) (Lev 11:19; Deu 14:18)
Lasciviousness (6) to be lustful, licentious, lewd (Mar 7:22; 2Co 12:21; Gal 5:19)
Latchet (4) thong, lace (Mar 1:7; Luk 3:16; Joh 1:27)
Laud (1) to extol, praise, worship, or acclaim (Rom 15:11)
Laver (20) a basin, bowl, or other vessel used for washing (Exo 30:18; 2Ki 16:17)
Leasing (2) lying, falsehood, or deceit (Psa 4:2; Psa 5:6)
Leaven (23) yeast, fermented bread dough (Exo 12:15; Gal 5:9)
Lees (4) the deposits or sediment from a liquid; dregs (Isa 25:6; Jer 48:11; Zep 1:12)
Legion (4) three to five thousand (Mat 26:53)
Let (4) to hinder, prevent, or obstruct (Isa 43:13; Rom 1:13; 2Th 2:7)
Leviathan (2) aquatic animal; river or sea creature (Job 41:1; Psa 104:26)
Libertines (1) freed slaves (Act 6:9)
Licence (2) to give permission or authorization (Act 21:40, Act 25:16)
Lieutenants (4) provincial rulers (Ezr 8:36; Est 3:12)
Lign aloes (1) an aromatic wood (Num 24:6)
Liking (2) ones condition, whether good or bad (Job 39:4; Dan 1:10)
Listed (4) meaning pleases, desires (Mat 17:12; Mar 9:13; Joh 3:8)
Litters (1) a portable couch or bed (Isa 66:20)
Lively (3) living or to have life (Act 7:38; 1Pe 1:3, 1Pe 2:5)
Lordly (1) to be magnificent, noble, or grand (Jdg 5:25)
Lowring (1) gloomy, dark, threatening, or menacing (Mat 16:3)
Lucre (6) dishonorable or unlawful gain or advantage (1Sa 8:3; 1Ti 3:3; Tit 1:7)
Lunatick (2) one who is insane (Mat 4:24, Mat 17:15)
Lusty (1) vigorous, strong, lively or robust (Jdg 3:29)
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Magnifical (1) renowned, glorious, eminent, stately (1Ch 22:5)
Mail (2) body armor of overlapping plates (1Sa 17:5, 1Sa 17:38)
Malefactor (4) a criminal, felon, or one who does evil (Joh 18:30; Luk 23:32, Luk 23:39)
Malignity (1) hatred, wickedness, or malice (Rom 1:29)
Mallows (1) an inedible plant (Job 30:4)
Mammon (4) reproach for wealth, riches, or money (Mat 6:24; Luk 16:9)
Mandrakes (6) plant used as a love charm (Gen 30:14; Son 7:13)
Mantle (14) a loose sleeveless cloak (Jdg 4:18; Psa 109:29)
Maranatha (1) “our Lord cometh.” (1Co 16:22)
Marishes (1) marshes, swamps or other wetlands (Eze 47:11)
Matrix (5) the womb or the point of origin (Exo 13:12; Num 3:12)
Maul (1) hammer, mallet (Pro 25:18)
Maw (1) stomach, the fourth stomach of a ruminant (Deu 18:3)
Mean (5) common, undistinguished, inferior, or of low degree (Pro 22:29; Isa 2:9; Act 21:39)
Meat (284) food of any kind (Gen 1:29, Gen 1:30; Joh 4:34)
Meet (27) proper, fitting, suitable, or becoming (Gen 2:18; 2Pe 1:13)
Mess (2) a portion, share, ration, or allotment of food (Gen 43:34; 2Sa 11:8)
Messiah (2) the anointed one (Dan 9:25, Dan 9:26; Joh 1:41, Joh 4:25)
Mete (6) to allot, measure, or apportion (Exo 16:18; Psa 60:6; Mat 7:2)
Meteyard (1) a measuring rod (Lev 19:35)
Milch (3) an animal which gives milk (Gen 32:15; 1Sa 6:7, 1Sa 6:10)
Mincing (1) with little steps (Isa 3:16)
Minish (2) to make less in size, degree, power, or influence (Exo 5:19); Psa 107:39)
Mite (3) extremely small piece of money (Luk 12:59; Mar 12:42; Luk 21:2)
Mitre (13) a cap, turban, headdress; ceremonial headwear (Exo 28:4; Zec 3:5)
Mollified (1) to be softened, soothed, appeased, or pacified (Isa 1:6)
Morrow (101) the next day, the next morning (Gen 19:34; Jam 4:14)
Mortify (2) to kill, destroy (Rom 8:13; Col 3:5)
Mote (6) a speck of dirt or dust (Mat 7:3, Mat 7:4, Luk 6:42)
Muffler (1) an ornament worn by women (Isa 3:19)
Munition (3) a fortification, defensive structure (Isa 29:7; Nah 2:1)
Murrain (1) a plague effecting domestic animals (Exo 9:3)
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Napkin (3) a kerchief, neckerchief, handkerchief (Luk 19:20; Joh 11:44, Joh 20:7)
Nativity (7) ones birth with reference to national identity (Gen 11:28; Rth 2:11; Jer 46:16)
Naught or Nought (37) worthless or nothing (2Ki 2:19; Pro 20:14)
Naves (1) the hub of wheels (1Ki 7:33)
Nay (55) no; denial (Gen 18:15; Jam 5:12)
Necromancer (1) one who attempts to foretell events by seeking the dead (Deu 18:11)
Neesings (1) sneezing (Job 41:18)
Nephew (4) a grandson or descendant (Job 18:19; Isa 14:22)
Nether (15) lower; beneath (Exo 19:17; Eze 32:24)
Nigh (100) near, proximity in place, time, or position (Gen 47:29; Jam 5:8)
Nitre (2) carbonate of soda, a cleansing agent (Pro 25:20; Jer 2:22)
Noised (4) to make a noise, spread a rumor, or report an event (Jos 6:27; Mar 2:1; Luk 1:65)
Noisome (4) to be annoying or hurtful (Psa 91:3; Eze 14:15; Rev.16:2)
O
Obeisance (9) an expression of respect or submission (Gen 37:7; Ex.18:7; 2Ch 24:17)
Oblation (1) a sacrifice or offering usually made to a god (Lev 2:4; Isa 44:20)
Occupy (1) to trade or do business (Luk 19:13)
Occurrent (1) happening, taking place (1Ki 5:4)
Odious (2) offensive, disgusting, or repugnant (1Ch 19:6; Pro 30:23)
Offend (3) cause to stumble or sin (Mat 18:6, Mat 18:8, Mat 18:9)
Oft (13) often; frequently (2Ki 4:8; Job 21:17; Heb 6:7)
Omer (6) one tenth of an ephah, about 6:5 pints (Exo 16:16, Exo 16:36)
Omnipotent (1) all-powerful; all-mighty (Rev 19:6)
Oracle (17) someone regarded as infallible; a place (2Sa 16:23; 1Ki 7:49; Psa 28:2)
Oration (1) a prayer, speech or discourse (Act 12:21)
Ordain (41) to establish in a particular office or order (1Ch 9:22; 1Co 7:17)
Ossifrage (2) a vulture (Lev 11:13; Deu 14:12)
Ouches (8) sockets or precious settings (Exo 28:11)
Outgoings (8) limits; boundaries (Jos 17:9; Psa 65:8)
Outlandish (1) a foreigner, or one who is strange or bizarre (Neh 13:26)
P
Painfulness (1) toil, labour (2Co 11:27)
Palsy (12) paralysis (Mat 4:24; Act 9:33)
Pangs (9) sharp pains (Isa 13:8; Mic 4:9)
Paps (4) nipples, breasts (Eze 23:21; Luk 11:27, Rev 1:13)
Paramours (1) a mistress, concubine, or illicit lover (Eze 23:20)
Pate (1) the crown of the head (Psa 7:16)
Patrimony (1) an inheritance from one’s father (Deu 18:8)
Peculiar (7) singular, particular; belonging exclusively to a person (Exo 19:5; Tit 2:14; 1Pe 2:9)
Pentecost (3) fiftieth day after passover (Act 2:1; 1Co 16:8)
Penury (2) to be destitute or in poverty (Pro 14:23; Luk 21:4)
Peradventure (32) perhaps; possibly (1Ki 18:27; Rom 5:7)
Perdition (8) damnation, destruction, or loss (Joh 17:12; Rev 17:11)
Pernicious (1) destructive, hurtful, or wicked (2Pe 2:2)
Phylacteries (1) small boxes containing texts of Scripture (Mat 23:5)
Pilled (2) to be peeled (Gen 30:37, Gen 30:38)
Plaiting (1) to braid, fold together, or weave (1Pe 3:3)
Plat (1) plot of ground (1Ki 9:26)
Platted (3) to be braided or weaved (Mat 27:29; Mar 15:17; Joh 19:2)
Poll (9) to count individually (Num 3:47; Eze 44:20; Mic 1:16)
Polled (1) cut hair (2Sa 14:26)
Pommels (3) a knob or ornamental ball (2Ch 4:12, 2Ch 4:13)
Port (1) gate, entry (Neh 2:13)
Post (2) messenger carrying letters (Job 9:25; 2Ch 30:6)
Potentate (1) a sovereign, king, dictator, or supreme ruler (1Ti 6:15)
Potsherd (4) piece of broken pottery (Psa 22:15; Isa 45:9)
Pottage (7) porridge, stew, or thick soup (Gen 25:29; Hag 2:12)
Pound (15) a weight of silver (1Ki 10:17; Joh 19:39)
Prating (3) foolish, boastful, or vain talk (Pro 10:8, Pro 10:10; 3Jo 1:10)
Presbytery (1) assembly of elders (1Ti 4:14)
Presently (6) immediately (Pro 12:16; Mat 26:53)
Press (3) crowd of people (Mar 2:4, Mar 5:27; Luk 8:19, Luk 19:3)
Prevent (7) to go before, or preceed (Job 3:12; 1Th 4:15)
Prey (71) booty, spoil (Num 31:12, Num 31:26)
Pricks (3) goads for driving cattle (Num 33:55; Act 9:5, Act 26:14)
Privily (15) secretly; privately (Jdg 9:31; Mat 1:19)
Privy (4) to have knowledge of (Jdg 9:31; 2Pe 2:1)
Profane (13) common, unholy; to dishonor (Eze 42:20; Mal 2:11)
Progenitors (1) ancestors or forefathers (Gen 49:26)
Prognosticators (1) one who predicts, forecast, or foretells (Isa 47:13)
Proselyte (2) convert to Judaism (Mat 23:15; Act 2:10, Act 13:43)
Prove (12) to test or try (Exo 16:4; 1Ti 3:10)
Provender (7) animal feed (Gen 24:25; Isa 30:24)
Psaltery (13) a type of harp; stringed instrument (1Sa 10:5; Dan 3:15)
Publican (6) a tax collector (Mat 10:3, Mat 18:17; Luk 5:27)
Pulse (3) grain, seed, or beans used as food (2Sa 17:28; Dan 1:12, Dan 1:16)
Purloining (1) stealing; theft (Tit 2:10)
Purtenance (1) the intestines of an animal (Exo 12:9)
Putrifying (1) to rot, decay; to stink (Isa 1:6)
Pygarg (1) an antelope with a white rump (Deu 14:5)
Q
Quarter (17) a region, locality, or section (Gen 19:4; Isa 47:15; Mar 1:45)
Quaternions (1) a set of four things (Act 12:4)
Quick[en] (23) to have, give, or restore life (Lev 13:10; 1Pe 4:5; Rom 8:11)
Quit (6) aquit; to be discharged or free (Exo 21:19; Jos 2:20), (2) to release from an obligation (1Sa 4:9; 1Co 16:13)
R
Rail (14) to denounce, scorn, insult (1Sa 25:14; Mar 15:29; Luk 23:29)
Raiment (57) clothing, dress, or apparel (Gen 24:53; Rev 4:4)
Rampart (2) earth raised around a fort; fortification (Lam 2:8; Nah 3:8)
Ranging (1) roving, wandering (Pro 28:15)
Rank (2) full grown, upright, robust (Gen 41:5, Gen 41:7), (4) to set the battle in array (Num 2:16; 1Ch 12:33)
Rase (2) demolish; destroy (Psa 137:7)
Ravening (5) plundering; tearing to pieces (Luk 11:39; Eze 22:25)
Ravin (2) to plunder, rob, or pillage (Gen 49:27; Nah 2:12)
Rear (4) to raise, build or erect (Lev 26:1; 2Sa 24:18; Joh 2:20)
Redound (1) to rebound, exceed, overflow (2Co 4:15)
Rehearse (2) report, declare (Exo 17:14; Act 14:27)
Reins (15) the seat of emotions, feelings, or affections (Job 16:13; Rev 2:23)
Rend (19) to tear or pull apart (Exo 39:23; Joh 19:24)
Reprobate (7) refused, depraved, worthless (Jer 6:30; Rom 1:28; 2Ti 3:8)
Requite (9) to pay back or retaliate (Gen 50:15; 1Ti 5:4)
Rereward (6) a rear guard (Num 10:25; Jos 6:9; 1Sa 29:2)
Respite (2) a rest, a reprieve or postponement (Exo 8:15; 1Sa 11:3)
Revellings (2) a noisy feast, any kind of disorderly or immoral festivity (Gal 5:21; 1Pe 4:3)
Rifled (1) to be plundered, robbed, pillaged (Zec 14:2)
Ringstraked (2) streaked, striped (Gen 30:35.40, Gen 31:8)
Riot (4) wanton, or wasteful living; extravagance (Tit 1:6; 1Pe 4:4; 2Pe 2:13)
Rising (7) an abscess, tumor, or boil (Lev 13:2)
Road (1) a journey, hostile incursion, or raid (1Sa 27:10)
Rude (1) unlearned, uneducated, unskilled (2Co 11:6)
Rudiments (2) first principles; origin, first form (Col 2:8, Col 2:20)
Rue (1) an herb (Luk 11:42)
S
Sackbut (4) a medieval wind instrument (Dan 3:5, Dan 3:10, Dan 3:15)
Sacrilege (1) stealing what is consecrated to God (Rom 2:22)
Satiate (3) to fill to excess or satisfy (Jer 31:14, Jer 46:10)
Satyr (2) male goat (Isa 13:21, Isa 34:14)
Save (1) besides; except (Joh 6:22, Joh 6:46)
Savour (54) taste (Exo 5:21; Mat 5:13); think, understand (Mat 16:23; Mar 8:33)
Scall (14) a sore or scab (Lev 13:30, Lev 14:54)
Scant (1) skimped, meager (Mic 6:10)
Scrabbled (1) rake, scrape, or snatch hurriedly (1Sa 21:13)
Scrip (7) a small bag, satchel, or purse (1Sa 17:40; Luk 22:36)
Seemly (2) fitting, proper or appropriate (Pro 19:10, Pro 26:1)
Seethe (9) to boil or cook by boiling (Exo 16:23; Zec 14:21)
Selvedge (2) the edge of woven fabric (Exo 26:4, Exo 36:11)
Sepulchre (54) a tomb, grave, or burial place (Gen 23:6; Rom 3:13)
Servile (12) befitting a slave or a menial position (Lev 23:7; Num 29:35)
Servitor (1) a servant, slave; one who provides a service (2Ki 4:43)
Settle (6) a sitting place, or a raised platform (Eze 43:14, Eze 43:17, Eze 43:20, Eze 45:19)
Severally (1) separately, individually (1Co 12:11)
Shambles (1) tables for displaying goods; market (1Co 10:25)
Shamefacedness (1) the state or quality of being ashamed; modest (1Ti 2:9)
Share (1) to shear (1Sa 13:20)
Shekel (40) about .5 ounce (Exo 38:24, Exo 38:25)
Sherd (2) shard, fragment (Isa 30:14; Eze 23:34)
Shittim (33) acacia tree (Exo 25:5; Isa 41:19)
Shivers (1) chips, splinters, or slivers (Rev 2:27)
Shod (4) wearing shoes or furnished with shoes (2Ch 28:15; Eze 16:10; Eph 6:15)
Shroud (1) cover, shelter (Eze 31:3)
Silly (3) simple, foolish (Hos 7:11; 2Ti 3:6)
Silverlings (1) a piece of money made of silver (Isa 7:23)
Similitude (12) likeness, image, or resemblance (Num 12:8)
Simple (20) ignorant, without guile, innocent (Pro 9:4; Rom 16:19)
Sith (1) since (Eze 35:6)
Sixscore (1) 120, 6 times 20 (1Ki 9:14; Jon 4:11)
Sleight (1) an artful trick; cunning, or skill (Eph 4:14)
Slime (2) mud, bitumen (Gen 11:3, Gen 14:10; Exo 2:3)
Sluices (1) a dam for water; barrier (Isa 19:10)
Snuffed (2) to inhale, draw up, smell (Jer 14:6; Mal 1:13)
Sod (2) cook, boil (Gen 25:29; 2Ch 35:13)
Sodering (1) soldering (Isa 41:7)
Sojourn (33) dwell for a period (Gen 12:10)
Solace (1) to comfort, sooth, console (Pro 7:18)
Soothsayer (7) one who claims to foretell future events (Jos 13:22; Isa 2:6; Dan 2:27)
Sop (4) bread dipped in liquid before being eaten (Joh 13:26, Joh 13:30)
Sottish (1) to be foolish or stupid (Jer 4:22)
Spring (2) dawn (Jdg 19:25; 1Sa 9:26)
Stanched (1) to stop (Luk 8:44)
Stay (33) support; hold up (Psa 18:18; Isa 3:1; Lev 13:5)
Stead (131) place (Gen 30:2; 2Co 5:20)
Stomacher (1) an embroidered garment; corset (Isa 3:24)
Straightway (42) immediately or right away (1Sa 9:13; Jam 1:24)
Strait (10) to be narrow, tight, or close (1Sa 13:6; Phi 1:23)
Strakes (2) a streak or a stripe (Gen 30:37; Lev 14:37)
Strawed (5) strewed, scattered (Exo 32:20; Mat 21:8)
Stripling (1) a youth or young person (1Sa 17:56)
Suborned (1) to procure secretly, bribe, or obtain by corrupt or counterfeit means (Act 6:11)
Subtil (3) cunning (Gen 3:1; Mat 26:4); insight, perception (Pro 1:4)
Succour (5) to help, aid, assist (2Sa 8:5, 2Sa 18:3; Heb 2:18)
Suffer (51) to allow, permit, tolerate (Exo 12:23; Rev 11:9)
Sunder (7) to separate, divide, or sever (Psa 46:9; Isa 27:9; Luk 12:46)
Sundry (1) separate, various, or diverse (Heb 1:1)
Sup (3) to have taken food to eat (Hab 1:9; Luk 17:8; Rev 3:20)
Superfluity (4) to be excessive, overflowing, or unnecessary (Jam 1:21; Lev 21:18; 2Co 9:1)
Supple (1) to soften, easily bent (Eze 16:4)
Suppliants (1) petition, pray, or beseech (Zep 3:10)
Surfeiting (1) gluttony, overindulgence, or excess (Luk 21:34)
Surmisings (1) allegations, suspicions, or suppositions (1Ti 6:4)
Swaddling (1) to wrap or bind with cloth (Luk 2:7, Luk 2:12)
T
Tabering (1) the beating or striking of anything (Nah 2:7)
Tabernacle (328) tent, dwelling (Exo 39:32; Mat 17:4)
Table (2) writing tablet (Luk 1:63; 2Co 3:3)
Tablets (3) ornaments, necklace, jewelry (Exo 35:22; Num 31:50; Isa 3:20)
Taches (10) fasteners; hooks (Exo 26:6, Exo 39:33)
Tale (4) a number or quantity (Exo 5:8, Exo 5:18; 1Sa 18:27; 1Ch 9:28)
Talent (65) OT: 3,000 shekels, 94 Lbs (Exo 38:24); NT: 60 pounds (Luk 19:13)
Tares (8) any kind of weed (Mat 13:25)
Targets (3) a small shield or buckler (1Sa 17:6; 1Ki 10:16; 2Ch 9:15)
Teats (3) the nipple on the breast (Isa 32:12; Eze 23:3, Eze 23:21)
Teil (1) the linden or lime tree (Isa 6:13)
Tell (3) to count, reckon, or name numerically (Gen 15:5; Psa 22:17, Psa 48:12)
Tempt (14) try, test (Gen 22:1; Mat 4:7)
Teraphim (6) idols, images, or gods (Jdg 17:5, Jdg 18:14, Jdg 18:17, Jdg 18:18, Jdg 18:20; Hos 3:4)
Terrestrial (2) earthly, worldly; pertaining to land (1Co 15:40)
Tetrarch (7) one of four rulers (Mat 14:1; Luk 1:1; Act 13:1)
Thee (3825) the second person, singular pronoun; you (Gen 3:11; Rev 21:9)
Thence (145) from that time, date, or place (Gen 2:10; 2Co 2:13)
Thine (932) the possessive case of the second person (Gen 13:14 Exo 4:4; Rev 3:18)
Thither (95) there, toward that place (Gen 29:30; Act 25:4)
Thou (5473) personal pronoun of the second person singular (Gen 2:16; Jam 2:22; Rev 22:9)
Thought (1) anxiety; worry (Mat 6:25)
Thrice (15) three times in succession (Exo 34:23; 2Co 12:8)
Thy (4809) second person, singular pronoun (Gen 13:10; Rev 22:9)
Thyine (1) wood from the thya tree (Rev 18:12)
Timbrel (10) a small drum or tambourine (Ex.15:20; Job 21:12; Psa 81:2)
Tire (3) apparel, clothing, a head-dress (Eze 24:17)
Tithe (27) a tenth (Deu 14:22; Luk 11:42)
Tittle (2) the marks in writing (Mat 5:18; Luk 16:17)
Tow (3) the fibers of flax (Jdg 16:9; Isa 1:31, Isa 43:17)
Traffick (5) to trade, engage in commerce (Gen 42:34; 1Ki 10:15; Eze 17:4)
Translate (5) to transfer, convey, transport (Col 1:13; Heb 11:5)
Travail (5) work, labour (Gen 38:27; Isa 53:11)
Trespass (82) sin, transgress (Gen 50:17; Mat 18:15)
Trow (1) trust, believe, accept (Luk 17:9)
Turtle (12) turtle-dove (Lev 12:8; Son 2:12; Jer 8:7)
Twain (17) two (1Sa 18:21; Eph 2:15)
Twined (21) to be twisted, wrapped, or plaited together (Exo 26:1, Exo 39:29)
U
Unawares (12) unknowingly, unexpectedly (Gen 31:20; Jud 1:4)
Unction (1) anointing; divine or sanctifying grace (1Jo 2:20)
Untoward (1) to be corrupt, improper, or perverse in the AV (Act 2:40)
Upbraid (2) to rebuke, condemn, or scold (Jdg 8:15; Mat 11:20)
Usurp (1) hold in possession without right (1Ti 2:12)
Usury (24) interest on money (Exo 22:25; Luk 19:23)
Uttermost (2) outermost; last (Exo 26:4; Mat 5:26)
V
Vagabond (3) fugitive, wanderer (Gen 4:12; Act 19:13)
Vail, Veil (25) curtain; divider (Exo 26:31; Mat 27:51)
Vale (9) a valley (Gen 14:3; 2Ch 1:15; Jer 33:13)
Valour (37) importance, boldness, or determination (Jdg 3:29; Neh 11:14)
Variableness (1) changeable (Jam 1:17)
Variance (2) dissension or controversy (Mat 10:35; Gal 5:20)
Vaunt (1) to brag, boast, gloat (1Co 13:4)
Vehement (8) vigorous, violent, or intense (Son 8:6; Jon 4:8; 2Co 7:11)
Vein (1) a mineral deposit (Job 28:1)
Venison (8) the flesh of a beast of prey (Gen 25:28)
Venture (4) a happening or event involving chance, risk (1Ki 22:34; 2Ch 18:33)
Verily (140) truly, really, or indeed (Gen 42:21; 1Jo 2:5)
Verity (2) truth or an established fact (Psa 111:7; 1Ti 2:7)
Vermilion (2) a bright red pigment (Jer 22:14; Eze 23:14)
Vestments (2) garments, robes (2Ki 10:22)
Vesture (8) clothing or something that covers (Deu 22:12; Psa 22:18; Mat 27:35)
Vex (15) to trouble, afflict, or agitate (Lev 19:33; Isa 11:13)
Vexation (14) trouble, distress, affliction (Deu 28:20; Ecc 4:6)
Victuals (22) food, sustenance, or provisions (Exo 12:39, 2Ch 11:11)
Vile (19) wicked (Rom 1:26); lowly (Phi 3:21); filthy (Jam 2:2)
Viol (4) an instrument similar to a violin (Isa 5:12; Amo 6:5)
Virtue (10) worth, goodness, morality (Mar 5:30; Phi 4:8; 2Pe 1:3)
Visage (3) the face, countenance, or appearance of a person (Isa 52:14; Lam 4:8; Dan 3:19)
W
Want (31) lacking or deficient (Deu 28:48; Phi 4:11)
Wanton (5) undisciplined, unruly, extravagant (Isa 3:16; 1Ti 5:11; Jam 5:5)
Wax (20) growing or increasing in size or number (Exo 22:24; Heb 1:11)
Wayfaring (6) a traveler or wanderer (Jdg 19:17; 2Sa 12:4; Jer 9:2)
Waymarks (1) guideposts (Jer 31:21)
Wen (1) a lump, tumor, cyst (Lev 22:22)
Wench (1) a young girl, a maid, or a young women (2Sa 17:17)
Whence (72) from what place (Gen 16:8; Rev 7:13)
Whet (4) to sharpen (Deu 32:41; Psa 7:12; Ecc 10:10)
Whilst (20) while (Jdg 6:31; Heb 10:33)
Whit (5) the least amount (Deu 13:16; 1Sa 3:18; Joh 7:23)
Wiles (2) tricks, deceits, deception (Num 25:18; Eph 6:11)
Wimples (1) garment to cover the head and neck (Isa 3:22)
Wise (31) way or manner (Exo 22:23; Rev 21:27)
Wist (13) knew (Exo 16:15; Mar 9:6; Luk 2:49)
Wit (21) to know (Gen 24:21; 2Co 8:1)
Withal (32) therewith or with (Exo 25:29; Phi 1:22)
Withs (3) cords, ropes (Jdg 16:7)
Wont (9) accustomed to, used to (Exo 21:29; Act 16:13)
Wot (3) know (Exo 32:1; Gen 39:8; Act 3:17; Rom 11:2)
Wreathen (10) twisting or interweaving (Exo 28:14; 2Ki 25:17)
Wrest (5) to pull, force, detach (Exo 23:2; 2Pe 3:16)
Wroth (49) angry, indignant, or incensed (Gen 4:5; Rev 12:17)
Y
Ye (3983) you (Gen 3:1; Rev 19:18)
Yea (340) yes (Gen 3:1; Rev 14:13)
Yokefellow (1) a person yoked or associated with another (Phi 4:3)
Yonder (7) over there, that location (Gen 22:5; Num 16:37; Mat 17:20)

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  1. Ed says:

    You may already know this stuff. The Lion shall lay down with the Lamb.. Ask God for discernment in these end times to be able to spot wolves in sheep’s clothing. Anyone who sides with the catholic church, freemasonry or attended a jesuit university/college should looked at suspiciously. Rule of thumb if they are on Oprah or a multimillionaire or are of the world (ie getting popular or pushed on youtube/media etc..) you need to stay away or at the very least be weary of them. Repent (change of mind to sin so stop sinning) acknowledge you are a wicked sinner and ask for forgiveness from our Lord Jesus Christ. You must be born again to enter the kingdom of heaven. It says go and sin no more and if you love me than keep my commandments for a reason, if you are still willfully sinning you need to stop. Lucifer will fool people with feelings using Love to condone sin so be careful. No pride, gossip, greed, jealousness, anger/hatred(unless hatred for sin) and no lust(look at face don’t stare at the body). Do not take the vaccine and stop being influenced by politics, worldly music and TV as you are being socially engineered. The enemy uses repetition, comedy and then deflection to tell the truth to our face and desensitize us to wickedness. God Bless.

    Start with this first-look at slides mostly but audio is good as well:

    Important-Bible Related changes and CERN/witchcraft involvement:

    Fake News-Disinfo agents-crisis actor proof:

    If you have children that watch Disney or idolize celebrities watch below:

    Other names for Nimrod at 5:35-Muslims Kabbah at 8:06-Jews and Catholics 10:54:

    Freemasonry Breakdown-Know your enemy(Links between catholic, gnostics and muslims):

    Videos Telling truth on New Age Christianity:

    Don’t focus too much on these as we should stay away from evil but understand how the enemy communicates.
    Occult Signs and Symbols Playlist:

    Playlists with Music Reversed(Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Disney shows etc..)-make sure to mute and read captions:
    https://www.youtube.com/c/KnowledgeispowerKIS/playlists
    John Todd exposing the occults use of popular music(celebrities using witch language):

    LGBT Agenda:Sodom Documentary(Agenda is a 5-step process explained at 9:10):

    Matthew 7:15 – Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

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