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DAMAGE (Verb): To bring to ruin by destruction; to destroy through disfigurement or corruption; Destroy (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 7843, 7844]
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DARK: Devoid or partially devoid of light; not receiving, reflecting, transmitting, producing or radiating light. As the darkness of a moonless night. [Strong's #: 2824, 2825]
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DARKNESS: The state of being dark. As the darkness of a moonless night. [Strong's #: 2822]
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DAUGHTER: A female having the relation of a child to parent. A village that resides outside of the city walls; as "the daughter of the city." [Strong's #: 1323]
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DAUGHTER.IN.LAW: The wife of one's son. Bride of the son, as brought into the camp, in the sense of making the man complete. [Strong's #: 3618]
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DAWN: To begin to grow light as the sun rises in the east. The place of the rising sun. [Strong's #: 7837]
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DAY: The time of light between one dusk and the next one. Usually in the context of daylight hours but may also refer to the entire day or even a season; Today (when prefixed with "the~"); daily (when prefixed with "to~" and "the~"). [Strong's #: 3117, 3118]
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DEAL.DECEITFULLY (Verb): To give as one's portion by a false impression. [Strong's #: 2048]
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DEAL.FALSELY (Verb): [NOTE: Dictionary entry needs attention] ?. [Strong's #: 8266]
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DEATH: A permanent cessation of all vital functions; the end of life. [Strong's #: 4192, 4193, 4194]
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DECEIT: The act or practice of not being honest. [Strong's #: 4820]
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DECEIVE (Verb): To cause to accept as true or valid what is false or invalid. Can also mean usury in the sense of a deception. In the participle form can mean creditor in the sense of imposition. [Strong's #: 5377, 5378, 5383]
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DECIDE (Verb): To make a determination in a dispute or wrong doing. [Strong's #: 8199, 8200]
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DECISION: A pronounced opinion. [Strong's #: 4941]
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DECLARE (Verb): To make a formal proclamation. Often used for the words of God. [Strong's #: 5001, 5002]
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DEDICATED: Devoted to the worship of God. [Strong's #: 5139]
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DEEP.SEA: Extending far from some surface or area; in difficulty or distress. Deep and tumultuous water. A subterranean body of water. [Strong's #: 8415]
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DELAY (Verb): To stop, detain or hinder for a time. [Strong's #: 309]
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DELICACY: The quality or state of being luxurious. Flavorful meat. [Strong's #: 4303]
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DELIGHT (Verb): To desire something out of pleasure or necessity; to have a high degree of gratification. [Strong's #: 2654]
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DELIVER (Verb): To set free; to take and hand over to or leave for another. [Strong's #: 5337, 5338]
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DELIVER.UP (Verb): To hand over to another. (A denominative verb of מגן-a shield). [Strong's #: 4042]
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DENY (Verb): To disclaim connection with or responsibility for. Withhold something from another or self as in a lie or submission. [Strong's #: 3584]
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DEPART.EARLY (Verb): Literally, to put a load on the shoulder to go away or leave early. [Strong's #: 7925]
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DEPOSIT: The act of making a gift or a free contribution. What is brought to another as a gift. [Strong's #: 4503, 4504]
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DEPOSIT (Verb): To place, especially for safekeeping or as a pledge; to be laid down; to sit down to rest or remain in place. [Strong's #: 3240]
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DEPOSITED: Valuables placed for safekeeping. Produce or other stores that are watched over. [Strong's #: 6487]
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DEPRESSION: What is of a concave shape such as a saddle or pasture in a valley. Also, may mean the sheep of the pasture. [Strong's #: 3733]
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DESOLATE (Verb): To be devoid of inhabitants or visitors. [Strong's #: 8074, 8075]
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DESPISE (Verb): To look down on with contempt or aversion. [Strong's #: 936]
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DESTROY (Verb): To bring to ruin a structure, existence, or condition. [Strong's #: 8045, 8046]
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DEW: Moisture condensed on the surfaces of cool bodies or objects, especially at night. [Strong's #: 2919, 2920]
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DIE (Verb): To pass from physical life; to pass out of existence; to come to an end through death; Kill (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 4191]
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DIG (Verb): To break or loosen earth with an instrument or tool. To bargain in the sense of digging. [Strong's #: 3735, 3738, 3739]
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DIG.OUT (Verb): To dig something out of the ground. To dig into something as if searching. To confuse in the sense of being dug out. [Strong's #: 2658, 2659]
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DIM (Verb): Emitting a limited or insufficient amount of light; seen indistinctly or without clear outlines or details. To be dark in the eyes or knowledge. [Strong's #: 3543]
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DIMINISH (Verb): To make less or cause to appear less; to lessen the authority, dignity, or reputation of. Be lacking or to decrease. [Strong's #: 2637]
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DIP (Verb): To plunge or immerse momentarily or partially, as under the surface of a liquid, to moisten, cool, or coat. [Strong's #: 2881]
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DIRECT (Verb): To cause to turn, move, or point undeviatingly or to follow a straight course; give instructions or orders for a path to be taken. [Strong's #: 6680]
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DIRECTIVE: The direction to go. Serving or intended to guide, govern, or influence; serving to point direction. [Strong's #: 4687]
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DISCERNMENT: The quality of being able to grasp and comprehend what is obscure. An intimacy with a person, idea or concept. Knowledge. [Strong's #: 1847]
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DISDAIN (Verb): A feeling of contempt for what is beneath one; to look with scorn on; to treat something as spoiled or no longer of value. [Strong's #: 959]
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DISGRACE: A scorn, taunting or reproach as a piercing. [Strong's #: 2781]
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DISGUSTING: Something highly distasteful that arouses marked aversion in one. [Strong's #: 8441]
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DISLOCATE (Verb): To put out of place; to displace, as to dislocate a joint. Beheading by severing the neck. [Strong's #: 3363]
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DISPUTE: Bitter, sometimes violent conflict or dissension. [Strong's #: 7379]
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DISPUTE (Verb): To engage in argument; to dispute or chide another in harassment or trial. [Strong's #: 7378]
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DISTANCE: Separation in space or time. A distant place or time. [Strong's #: 7350]
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DISTANT: A far off place as hidden beyond the horizon. A far off time as hidden from the present; the distant past or future. A place or time that cannot be perceived. [Strong's #: 5769]
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DISTRESS (Verb): The state of being in great trouble, great physical or mental strain and stress. To be in pain from grief or heavy toil. [Strong's #: 6087, 6088]
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DISTRESSING.PAIN: Resulting from grief or heavy toil. This word can also mean an idol or image. [Strong's #: 6089, 6091, 6092]
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DISTURB (Verb): To interfere with; to destroy tranquility; to throw into disorder. Agitate or trouble, as when stirring water. [Strong's #: 5916]
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DIVIDE (Verb): To separate into two or more parts, areas or groups. To divide in half. [Strong's #: 2673]
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DIVIDE.APART (Verb): To separate. [Strong's #: 6504]
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DIVIDED.PART: A part of a whole that was split and separated. [Strong's #: 1506]
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DO (Verb): To bring to pass; to bring about; to act or make; Make, use. [Strong's #: 6213]
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DO.NOT: The negative of an alternative choice. To be without; to not be. [Strong's #: 408, 409, 3809]
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DO.THE.MARRIAGE.DUTY (Verb): To perform the duty of the brother-in-law. When a brother dies, it is his brother's responsibility to marry his sister-in-law to provide his brother a child there-by, exalting the woman to her responsibility of bringing a child for her dead husband. [Strong's #: 2992]
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DO.WELL (Verb): To do something necessary; to be good, in the sense of being "functional."; Go well. [Strong's #: 3190, 3191]
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DOE: The adult female fallow deer. [Strong's #: 355]
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DONKEY: A male ass. [Strong's #: 2543, 2565]
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DOOR: A means of access; usually a swinging or sliding barrier by which an entry is closed and opened. [Strong's #: 1817]
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DOUBLE: To make twice as great or as many. As a second or a multiple of two. [Strong's #: 4932]
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DOVE: Any of numerous species of birds, especially a small wild one. [Strong's #: 3123]
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DOWRY: The money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to her husband in marriage. [Strong's #: 2065]
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DRAW (Verb): To pull up or out of a receptacle or place; to draw or pull something out; to prolong in the sense of drawing out time; to draw out a sound from a horn. [Strong's #: 4900]
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DRAW.NEAR (Verb): To bring close to another. [Strong's #: 5066]
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DRAW.OUT (Verb): To empty. To arm oneself by unsheathing a sword in the sense of emptying the scabbard. Acting in vain; empty-handed. [Strong's #: 7324]
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DRAW.WATER (Verb): To bringing up water from a well, usually using a rope and a bucket. [Strong's #: 7579]
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DREAD: Great fear, especially in the face of impending evil. [Strong's #: 2847]
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DREAM: A series of thoughts, images or emotions occurring during sleep. [Strong's #: 2472]
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DRIED.OUT: A dry or desolate place. Barren or uncultivated land. Also a dry land. [Strong's #: 2720, 2723, 2724]
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DRILL (Verb): To run into or through as with a pointed weapon or tool; pierce a hole through; to begin in the sense of pressing in; Begin (when written in the hiphil [causative] form); common (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 2490]
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DRILLED: Having holes. [Strong's #: 2491]
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DRINK (Verb): To swallow liquid, whether of man or of the land. [Strong's #: 8248]
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DRINKING: The act of swallowing water or other liquid. The drinking of the land in the sense of its being watered or irrigated. [Strong's #: 4945]
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DRIVE (Verb): To set or keep in motion; to press or force into an activity, course, or direction. [Strong's #: 5090]
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DROVE: A group of animals driven or moving in a body. [Strong's #: 5739]
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DRY.GROUND: Land that has become dried, parched or void of water. [Strong's #: 3004]
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DRY.OUT (Verb): To be withered, ashamed or confused. [Strong's #: 3001]
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DRY.UP (Verb): To be a dry wasteland; to be laid waste and made desolate. [Strong's #: 2717, 2718]
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DULL.RED: The color of blood and wine. [Strong's #: 2447]
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DWELL (Verb): To remain for a time; to live as a resident; to stay or sit in one location for an indeterminate duration. [Strong's #: 7931, 7932]
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DYSFUNCTIONAL: Impaired or abnormal action other than that for which a person or thing is intended. Something that does not function within its intended purpose. [Strong's #: 7451, 7455]
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