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ABDOMEN: The gut, the internal organs of the lower torso, the seat of the unconscious mind. [Strong's #: 4577, 4578]
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ABUNDANCE: An ample quantity of number (many) or plentiful supply of strength (great). [Strong's #: 7230]
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ABUNDANT: Great plenty or supply of numbers (many) or strength (great). One who is abundant in authority such as a master or teacher. Also, an archer as one abundant with arrows. [Strong's #: 7227, 7228, 7229]
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ACCEPT (Verb): To receive from the messenger what is given as a message. [Strong's #: 7521]
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ACCUMULATE (Verb): To gather or pile up, especially little by little. [Strong's #: 7408]
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ACQUIRED: What is accumulated in the sense of gathering to build a nest. What is obtained as one's own. Often used in the context of purchasing. [Strong's #: 4736]
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ACQUISITION: Something gained by purchase or exchange. [Strong's #: 4943]
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ACQUIT (Verb): To declare one innocent of a crime or oath. [Strong's #: 5343, 5352]
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ADD (Verb): To augment something by increasing it in amount or supply; Again (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 3254, 3255]
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ADDER: A species of viper, possibly an adder. [Strong's #: 8207]
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ADHERE (Verb): To join or stick to someone or something. [Strong's #: 1692, 1693]
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ADMINISTRATOR: One who manages the affairs and activities of an organization. The administrators (often translated as "priest") of Israel are Levites who manage the Tent of Meeting, and later the Temple, as well as teach the people the teachings and directions of YHWH, and perform other duties, such as the inspection of people and structures for disease. [Strong's #: 3548, 3549]
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ADVANCE (Verb): To bring or move forward; to raise to a higher rank; to make progress. [Strong's #: 6275]
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AFFECTION: A moderate feeling or emotion. A tender attachment or fondness. [Strong's #: 160]
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AFFLICT (Verb): To oppress severely so as to cause persistent suffering or anguish in the sense of making dark. [Strong's #: 6031, 6033]
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AFFLICTION: The cause of persistent suffering, pain or distress. [Strong's #: 6040, 6041]
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AFTER: A time to come beyond another event; Afterward, behind; behind (when prefixed with "from~"). [Strong's #: 310, 311]
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AGE: The part of existence extending from the beginning to any given time; a period of time marked by a central figure or prominent feature. [Strong's #: 2207]
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AGREE (Verb): Two parties to be in concert or concurrence. [Strong's #: 225]
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ALL: The whole of a group; Any, every. [Strong's #: 3605, 3606]
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ALL.AROUND: On all sides; enclose so as to surround; in rotation or succession. A circling or bordering about the edge. [Strong's #: 5439]
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ALMOND: The nut or the tree. From the nut's shape like an open eye. [Strong's #: 8247]
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ALSO: In addition to. The idea of a gathering of objects or ideas; And, both, should, since. [Strong's #: 1571]
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ALTAR: The place of sacrifice. [Strong's #: 4196]
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AMBER: A fossil gum resin ( A word of foreign origin ). [Strong's #: 916]
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AMPLIFY (Verb): To expand, multiply or increase. [Strong's #: 1711]
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ANNOYANCE: The act of disturbing or irritating. Something that is light in stature; considered worthless as compared with something of much greater value or importance. [Strong's #: 7045]
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ANSWER (Verb): Something written or spoken in reply to a question. [Strong's #: 6030, 6032]
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ANTELOPE: An unknown species of unclean animal. [Strong's #: 1788]
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ANYTHING: An indeterminate amount or thing. [Strong's #: 3972]
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APART.FROM: At a little distance; away from in space or time; holding different opinions ( A word of foreign origin ). [Strong's #: 1107]
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APPAREL: Something that clothes or adorns. As forming to the image of the body. [Strong's #: 8071]
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APPEARANCE: What is seen or is in sight. [Strong's #: 4758]
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APPOINTED: A person, place, thing or time that is fixed or officially set. [Strong's #: 4150, 4151]
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APPOINTED.TIME: A fixed or officially set event, occasion or date. [Strong's #: 6256]
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AREA: An indefinite region or expanse; a particular part of a surface or body. A place. [Strong's #: 4725]
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ARM: The human upper limb; associated with and representing power. [Strong's #: 2220]
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ARMAMENT: The arms and equipment of a soldier or military unit. From a root meaning "heavy" and often paralleled with other weapons. Figurative for power ( Word is paralleled with a crown, a shield, the heart. ). [Strong's #: 3519]
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ARMY: A large organized group mustered together and armed for war or service. [Strong's #: 6635]
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AROMA: A distinctive pervasive and usually pleasant or savory smell or odor. [Strong's #: 7381, 7382]
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ARRANGE (Verb): To set something in order or into a correct or suitable configuration, sequence or adjustment. [Strong's #: 6186]
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ARROW: A missile weapon shot from a bow having a pointed head, slender shaft and feathers at the butt. [Strong's #: 2671]
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ASH: The solid residue left when material is thoroughly burned. [Strong's #: 665, 666]
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ASSEMBLY: A large group, as a gathering of the flock of sheep to the shepherd. [Strong's #: 6951, 3862, 6952]
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ASSIGN (Verb): To divide and mete out according to a plan among the appropriate recipients. [Strong's #: 2505]
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AT: A function word to indicate presence or occurrence, a goal of an implied or indicated action, etc. Commonly used as a grammatical tool to identify the direct object of a verb; By, for, to, with. [Strong's #: 853, 854, 3487]
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AT.THAT.TIME: A specified moment or time. [Strong's #: 227]
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AT.THIS.POINT: To indicate a specific moment or place in time. [Strong's #: 1988]
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ATTACH (Verb): To bring one's self into an association with another. To have an attachment to another. [Strong's #: 2836]
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ATTACK (Verb): To be antagonistic or unfriendly to another. An action taken by an enemy. [Strong's #: 340, 341]
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AVENGE (Verb): To take vengeance for or on behalf of another; to gain satisfaction for a wrong by punishing the wrongdoer; to pursue and kill one who has murdered. [Strong's #: 5358]
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AWAKE (Verb): To bring sleep to an end; to not be in a state of sleeping. [Strong's #: 3364]
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AWE: As shaking when in the presence of an awesome sight. [Strong's #: 6343, 6344]
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