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CALCULATE (Verb): To determine by mathematical deduction or practical judgment; to comprehend and carefully consider a path or course of action. [Strong's #: 7919, 7920]
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CALL.OUT (Verb): To raise one's voice or speak loudly and with urgency; to give, a name; to meet in the sense of being called to a meeting; to have an encounter by chance; to read in the sense of calling out words. [Strong's #: 7121, 7123]
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CAMEL: Either of two ruminant mammals used as draft animals in the desert. The produce of the fields were tied in large bundles and transported on camels. (Also related in meaning to the original parent root גם as one who gathers at the watering hole). [Strong's #: 1581]
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CAMP (Verb): To erect temporary shelters (as tents) together; to stop for the night and pitch the tents. [Strong's #: 2583]
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CAMPSITE: A place suitable for or used as the location of a camp. The inhabitants of a camp. [Strong's #: 4264]
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CAPTAIN: A military leader; the commander of a unit or a body of troops. The leader of a family, tribe or people as one who carries the burdens of the people. [Strong's #: 5387]
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CAPTURE (Verb): The act of catching, winning, or gaining control by force, stratagem, or guile; to take one away from his homeland as an involuntary prisoner. [Strong's #: 7617]
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CARAVAN: A traveling company that follows a prescribed path. [Strong's #: 735, 736]
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CARRY (Verb): To transfer from one place to another; to transport as by vehicle. [Strong's #: 5445, 5446]
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CART: A heavy, two-wheeled vehicle, animal-drawn, used for transporting freight or for farming. [Strong's #: 5699]
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CARTILAGE: Translucent elastic tissue that lines the joints of the bony skeleton. [Strong's #: 1634, 1635]
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CAST.OUT (Verb): To drive away, expel, or thrust away. [Strong's #: 1644]
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CATTLE: Domesticated bovine animals. Strong beasts used to break the soil with plows. [Strong's #: 1165, 1241]
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CAVE: A natural underground chamber or series of chambers that open to the surface. A hole in the rock. [Strong's #: 4380, 4631]
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CEASE (Verb): To come to an end; to die out; to stop an activity for the purpose of rest or celebration. [Strong's #: 7673]
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CEREAL: Relating to grain or plants that produce it. A plentiful crop. [Strong's #: 1715]
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CHAMBER: A bedroom; a natural or artificial enclosed space or cavity. Place surrounded by walls. An inner place as hidden or secret. [Strong's #: 2315]
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CHANGE (Verb): To make different in some particular; to make radically different; exchange one thing for another. To repeat in the sense of a second time; Repeat (when written in the niphil [passive] form). [Strong's #: 8132, 8133, 8138]
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CHARGE: A person or thing committed to the care of another. What is given to be watched over and protected. [Strong's #: 4931]
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CHARIOT: A light, two-wheeled battle vehicle for one or two persons, usually drawn by two horses and driven from a standing position. [Strong's #: 4818]
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CHEESE: A food consisting of the coagulated, compressed and usually ripened curd of milk separated from the whey. [Strong's #: 2529]
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CHESTNUT: Probably the chestnut tree but uncertain. [Strong's #: 6196]
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CHIEF: Accorded highest rank or office; of greatest importance, significance, or influence. The military commander of a thousand men. One who is yoked to another to lead and teach. [Strong's #: 441]
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CHILD: A young person, especially between infancy and youth. [Strong's #: 2056]
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CHILDREN: The offspring of the parent or descendents of a patron. More than one child. [Strong's #: 2945]
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CHIMNEY: A vertical structure in a building and enclosing a flue or flues that carry off smoke. A hole in the roof where smoke escapes. [Strong's #: 699]
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CHOICE.FRUIT: Having qualities that appeal to a cultivated taste. As plucked from the tree or vine. [Strong's #: 2173]
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CHOICE.VINE: The best of the vine, the best grapes. [Strong's #: 8321]
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CHOOSE (Verb): To select freely and after consideration. [Strong's #: 977]
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CHOSEN: Someone or something that is the object of choice or of divine favor. [Strong's #: 4005]
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CISTERN: An artificial reservoir for storing water. A hole or well as dug out. [Strong's #: 953, 2352, 2356, 3564]
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CITY: An inhabited place of greater size, population, or importance than a town or village. Usually protected by a wall. [Strong's #: 5892]
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CLAN: A group of persons of common ancestry. A group of people joined together by certain convictions or common affiliation. [Strong's #: 4940]
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CLEAN: Unmixed with any other matter. A man, animal or object that is free of impurities or is not mixed. [Strong's #: 2889, 2890]
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CLEAVE.OPEN (Verb): To divide by or as if by a cutting blow; to separate into distinct parts; to break, cut or divide something in half. [Strong's #: 1234]
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CLOTHING: Garments in general. [Strong's #: 3830, 3831]
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CLOUD: A visible mass of particles of water or ice in the form of fog, mist, or haze suspended usually at a considerable height in the air. [Strong's #: 6050, 6051, 6053]
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CLUSTER: A number of similar things growing together or of things or persons collected or grouped closely together. A cluster of grapes from the vine or flowers from the plant. [Strong's #: 811]
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COAT: An outer garment varying in length and style; the external growth on an animal. [Strong's #: 5497]
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COLD: A condition of low temperature. [Strong's #: 7119, 7120]
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COLLECTION: An accumulation of objects or material. A collection of water (a pool, pond or sea) or horses (herd). [Strong's #: 4723]
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COLT: A young male horse; a young untried person. As dark in color. [Strong's #: 5895]
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COME (Verb): To move toward something; approach; enter. This can be understood as to come or to go; Bring (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 935]
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COME.NEAR (Verb): To come close by or near to; Be brought near (when written in the niphil [passive] form); bring near (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 7126, 7127]
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COME.TO.AN.END (Verb): To cease. Conclude. [Strong's #: 656]
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COME.UP (Verb): To rise up, as the sun does at the horizon. [Strong's #: 2224]
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COMFORT (Verb): Consolation in time of trouble or worry; to give solace in time of difficulty or sorrow; Repent (when written in the niphil [passive] form). [Strong's #: 5162]
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COMMUNITY: A unified body of individuals; a group of people bound together. [Strong's #: 3816]
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COMPANION: One that accompanies another in the sense of a close companion or friend. [Strong's #: 7453]
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COMPANY: A group of persons or things for carrying on a project or undertaking; a group with a common testimony. May also mean a witness or testimony; Witness. [Strong's #: 5712, 5713]
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COMPEL (Verb): To drive or urge forcefully or irresistibly. A pressing into an action or narrow place. [Strong's #: 213]
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COMPLETENESS: Something that has been finished or made whole. A state of being complete. [Strong's #: 7965]
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COMPLETION: The act or process of completing. This can be in a positive sense or negative, such as in a failure. [Strong's #: 3617]
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CONCEIVE (Verb): To become pregnant with young. [Strong's #: 2029]
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CONCERNING: Regarding. Marked interest or regard usually arising through a personal tie or relationship. A turning over and bringing together of a thought. [Strong's #: 182]
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CONCLUSION: To come to an end. The end of a time period or place or the end of something. The border of a country as its edges; After (when prefixed with "from~"). [Strong's #: 7093]
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CONCUBINE: Cohabitation of persons not legally married; a woman living in a socially recognized state of being a mistress. ( A word of foreign origin ). [Strong's #: 6370]
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CONFIDENCE: Advice given in secret as a result of consultation. [Strong's #: 5475]
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CONFIDENT (Verb): Always used in a negative sense such as foolish confidence. [Strong's #: 3688, 5528]
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CONFUSION: To bring to ruin; to make indistinct; to fail to differentiate from an often similar or related other. A barren place. Vanity as a state of waste. [Strong's #: 8414]
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CONJURE (Verb): To call or bring into existence. [Strong's #: 6049]
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CONSENT (Verb): To give approval; to be in concord in opinion or sentiment; agreement as to action or opinion; to be willing to go somewhere or do something. [Strong's #: 14]
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CONSISTENCY: Agreement or harmony of parts or features; showing steady conformity to character, profession, belief, or custom. [Strong's #: 386]
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CONSUME (Verb): To eat or drink; with the lips. [Strong's #: 5595]
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CONTENTION: An act or instance of striving or struggling against great difficulty or opposition. [Strong's #: 4808]
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CONTRIBUTION: What is given or supplied in common with others. [Strong's #: 4978, 4979]
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CONVICT (Verb): To find or prove to be guilty. [Strong's #: 3198]
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COPPER: A malleable, ductile, metallic element having a characteristic reddish-brown color. A precious metal. [Strong's #: 5178]
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CORD: A long slender flexible material made of several strands woven or twisted together. Made of twisted fibers. [Strong's #: 6616]
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CORPSE: A dead body. [Strong's #: 6297]
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COUCH: An article of furniture for sitting or reclining. [Strong's #: 3326]
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COUNT (Verb): To find the total number of units. Also to give an account on record; Recount, recounted (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 5608]
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COUPLE (Verb): To bind by joining together. [Strong's #: 2266]
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COURAGEOUS: Having or characterized by mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear or difficulty. [Strong's #: 1368]
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COURTYARD: The grounds of a building or group of buildings. Villages outside of the larger cities, as "the yard of the city. " A courtyard as outside the house. [Strong's #: 2691]
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COVENANT: A solemn and binding agreement between two or more parties especially for the performance of some action. Often instituted through a sacrifice. [Strong's #: 1285]
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COVER (Verb): To afford protection or security; to hide from sight or knowledge; to cover over as with a lid; Make reconciliation (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 3722]
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COVER.OVER (Verb): To prevent disclosure or recognition of; to place out of sight; to completely cover over or hide. [Strong's #: 3680, 3780]
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COVERING: Something that covers or conceals. A covering such as pitch or a monetary covering such as a bribe or ransom. A "village" as a covering. [Strong's #: 3723, 3724]
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COW: The mature female of cattle. [Strong's #: 6510]
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CRACK (Verb): To break open, apart or into pieces; Shatter, shattered (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 7665, 8406]
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CRAFTSMAN: One who is skilled in the art of engraving wood, stone or metal. [Strong's #: 2794]
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CRASH (Verb): To break violently and noisily. [Strong's #: 7582, 7583]
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CRAVE (Verb): To have a strong or inward desire for something. [Strong's #: 2530]
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CRAVING (Verb): A great desire or longing. [Strong's #: 3700]
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CREMATE (Verb): To reduce a dead body, or other object, to ashes by burning. [Strong's #: 5635, 8313]
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CREMATING: The act of burning a dead body to ashes. [Strong's #: 8316]
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CROCODILE: A large creature that lives in the water (see Genesis 1:21) and the land (see Psalm 91:13). [Strong's #: 8565, 8577]
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CROSS.OVER (Verb): To pass from one side to the other; to go across a river or through a land; to transgress in the sense of crossing over. [Strong's #: 5668, 5674, 5675]
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CROSSING: A place or structure as on a street or over a river where pedestrians or vehicles pass from one side to the other. In the river for crossing. [Strong's #: 4569]
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CRUSH (Verb): To reduce to particles by pounding or grinding. Crush something to pieces. An oppression or struggle as crushing. [Strong's #: 7465, 7533, 7567]
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CRY: To utter loudly; to shout; to shed tears, often noisily. A loud crying or calling out. [Strong's #: 6818]
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CRY.OUT (Verb): To cry or call out loudly. [Strong's #: 6817]
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CUP: A vessel for holding liquids, usually for drinking. [Strong's #: 3563]
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CUSTODY: Immediate charge and control exercised by a person or authority. A careful watching over as an office, guard or prison. [Strong's #: 4929]
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CUSTOM: A usage or practice common to many or to a particular place or class or habitual with an individual. [Strong's #: 2706, 2708]
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CUT (Verb): To penetrate with a sharp edged instrument. [Strong's #: 3772]
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CUT.IN.TWO (Verb): To sever into two pieces or parts. [Strong's #: 1334]
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CUT.OFF (Verb): To discontinue or terminate. To sever the tip or end. [Strong's #: 5243]
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CUT.PIECE: A sacrificial animal that has been cut into pieces. [Strong's #: 1335]
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