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FACE: The anterior part of the human head; outward appearance. One present, in the sense of being in the face of another. (Always written in the plural form); Before, in front of (when prefixed with "to~"). [Strong's #: 3942, 6440]
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FAIL (Verb): To miss the target, whether a literal target or a goal that is aimed for; Purge, reconcile (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 2398]
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FAILURE: An act or condition of ignorant or imprudent deviation from a code of behavior. A missing of the target in the sense of making a mistake. The sacrifice, which by transference, becomes the sin. [Strong's #: 2399, 2400, 2401, 2402, 2403]
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FAINT (Verb): Lacking courage and spirit; weak, dizzy and likely to pass out. Lacking distinctness. [Strong's #: 3856]
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FALL (Verb): To leave an erect position suddenly and involuntarily; to descend freely by the force of gravity. [Strong's #: 5307, 5308]
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FALL.UPON (Verb): To suddenly and forcefully crash upon someone or something. [Strong's #: 7779]
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FAMILY.IDOL: A household idol of a god, possibly believed to have a healing power. [Strong's #: 8655]
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FAMINE: An extreme scarcity of food. [Strong's #: 7459]
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FAR.BE.IT: Something least likely to happen. [Strong's #: 2486]
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FAT: Animal tissue consisting of cells distended with greasy or oily matter; adipose tissue. The fat of an animal as the choicest part. Also milk; A white fatty liquid secreted by cows, sheep and goats, and used for food or as a source of butter, cheeses, yogurt, etc. [Strong's #: 2459, 2461]
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FATHER: A man who has begotten a child. The provider and support to the household. The ancestor of a family line. The patron of a profession or art. [Strong's #: 1, 2]
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FATHER.IN.LAW: The father of ones wife or husband, father-in-law in the sense of passion. [Strong's #: 2524]
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FATTEN (Verb): To make more substantial, fleshy or plump; to fill up. The filling of the earth in Genesis 1 with the sun, moon, plants and animals. The filling of man with breath and the image of God. [Strong's #: 1254]
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FEAR (Verb): To be afraid of; to have a strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger; the flowing, or quivering, of the gut from fear or awe; to dread what is terrible or revere what is respected. [Strong's #: 3372]
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FEARFUL: Full of fear or dread. [Strong's #: 3373]
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FEARFULNESS: Inclined to be afraid. [Strong's #: 3374]
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FEARING: To be afraid or apprehensive. [Strong's #: 4172]
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FED.FAT: A member of the livestock that has been fed grains to fatten it for the slaughter. [Strong's #: 1277, 1278]
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FEED (Verb): To give food to; to provide feed or pasture to the flock. Commonly used in the participle form meaning a feeder or shepherd. [Strong's #: 7462]
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FEEDING.PLACE: A place of feeding or grazing. [Strong's #: 4829]
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FEEL (Verb): To handle or touch in order to examine, test or explore some quality. Reach out with the hand to touch. [Strong's #: 3237]
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FEMALE: An individual that bears children. Designed with a hollow or groove into which a corresponding male part fits, as with a hole. [Strong's #: 5347]
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FEMALE.OWNER: A female master overseeing slaves or servants. [Strong's #: 1404]
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FEMALE.PROSTITUTE: Devoted to corrupt purposes. A female prostitute set aside for a special purpose. [Strong's #: 6948]
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FENCE.IN (Verb): A barrier intended to protect, prevent escape or intrusion, or to mark a boundary; to gather together and confine for protection. [Strong's #: 1219]
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FEW: Small in number. [Strong's #: 4213, 4705]
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FIBER: A branch (which may be used as a staff), string or filament, as separated from the tree or plant. Linen that is made from the fibers of the flax plant. Often used in the idiom "to his/her own fiber" meaning alone or self; Linen, part; alone, aside, only, self, that alone (when prefixed with "to~"); besides (when prefixed with "from~" and "to~"). [Strong's #: 905, 906]
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FIELD: An open land area free of trees and buildings. A level plot of ground. [Strong's #: 7704]
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FIFTH: An ordinal number. [Strong's #: 2549]
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FIFTH.PART: A fifth portion of five equal amounts. [Strong's #: 2569, 2570]
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FIG: An oblong or pear-shaped fruit from a tree of the fichus genus. [Strong's #: 8384]
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FILL (Verb): To occupy to the full capacity; Fulfill, set (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 4390, 4391]
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FILLING: An act or instance of filling; something used to fill a cavity, container, or depression. [Strong's #: 4393]
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FIND (Verb): To come upon, often accidentally; to meet with; to discover and secure through searching. [Strong's #: 4291, 4672]
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FINISH (Verb): To bring to an end; terminate; to complete an action, event. [Strong's #: 3615]
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FIRE: The phenomenon of combustion manifested by heat, light and flame. [Strong's #: 784, 785]
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FIRST: The head of a time or position. [Strong's #: 7223]
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FIRST.TIME: The spot to be drilled is first scored to make an indentation to accept the drill. The beginning of the drilling is the most difficult, as the drill can easily slip out. If the first drilling slips, it is difficult to begin a second time. [Strong's #: 8462]
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FIRSTBORN: The first offspring, usually a son, of a man or animal; the prominent one. [Strong's #: 1060]
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FIRSTBORN.FEMALE: The daughter that is born first; the prominent one. [Strong's #: 1067]
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FISH: An aquatic animal. Only fish with scales and fins are considered fit for food (clean). [Strong's #: 1709, 1710]
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FIVE: A cardinal number, from the number of fingers on a hand; Fifty (when written in the plural). [Strong's #: 2568, 2572]
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FLANK: The hollow of the loins between the legs. [Strong's #: 3410, 3411]
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FLARE.UP (Verb): To become suddenly excited or angry; to break out suddenly. Burn with a fierce anger. [Strong's #: 2734]
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FLEE (Verb): To run away, often from danger or evil; to hurry toward a place of safety; to flee to any safe place such as a city or mountain. [Strong's #: 5127]
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FLEE.AWAY (Verb): To run away from; Reach (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 1272]
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FLESH: The soft parts of a human or animal, composed primarily of skeletal muscle. Skin and muscle or the whole of the person. Meat as food. [Strong's #: 1154, 1320, 1321]
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FLOCKS: Groups of birds or animals assembled or herded together. [Strong's #: 6629, 6792]
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FLOOD: To cover with an overwhelming quantity or volume of water. [Strong's #: 3999]
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FLOUR: Finely ground meal of grain used for making bread. [Strong's #: 5560]
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FLUTTER (Verb): To flap the wings rapidly. To move with quick wavering or flapping motions. Shake as a bird in the nest. [Strong's #: 7363]
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FLY (Verb): To move in or pass through the air with wings; to soar in the air. [Strong's #: 5774]
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FLYER: A flying creature such as a bird or insect. [Strong's #: 5775, 5776]
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FOLLOWING: To go, proceed or come after. Being next in order or time. Subsequent to. As the river follows the path of its banks. [Strong's #: 8669]
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FOLLY: Lack of good sense or prudence and foresight. In the sense of fading away. [Strong's #: 5039]
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FOOD: Something that nourishes, sustains, or supplies. For giving sustenance and making one whole. [Strong's #: 402]
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FOODSTUFF: A substance that may be eaten for giving sustenance and making one whole. [Strong's #: 400]
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FOOT: The terminal part of the leg upon which the human, animal or object stands. Also euphemistically for the leg; Times (when in the double plural form). [Strong's #: 7271, 7272]
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FOOTSTEP: A stroke of time as a rhythmic beating of time, one moment after the other. A moment in time. A foot or leg in the sense of stepping; Time. [Strong's #: 6471]
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FORCE: The pressure exerted to make a piercing. [Strong's #: 2428, 2429]
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FOREARM: A linear standard of measure equal to the length of the forearm. [Strong's #: 520]
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FOREIGN: Situated outside one's own country. Alien in character. A strange person, place or thing as being unrecognized. [Strong's #: 5237]
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FOREIGNER: A person belonging to or owing allegiance to a foreign country. [Strong's #: 5235, 5236]
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FORESKIN: A fold of skin that covers the end of the penis. [Strong's #: 6190]
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FORGET (Verb): To lose remembrance of; to cease remembering or noticing. [Strong's #: 7911, 7912]
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FORTUNE: A store of material possessions. [Strong's #: 1409]
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FOUR: A cardinal number; Forty (when written in the plural). [Strong's #: 702, 703, 705]
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FOURTH: An ordinal number. [Strong's #: 7243, 7244]
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FRAGMENT: A part broken off, detached, or incomplete. The removal of a piece resulting in a hole. [Strong's #: 6595]
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FREELY: Having no restrictions. A work or action that is performed without wages or without cause. [Strong's #: 2600]
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FRESH.WINE: Newly pressed wine as a desired possession. [Strong's #: 8492]
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FROM: A function word indicating a starting point or origin. (The short form "מ" is used as a prefix meaning "from"); Before (when prefixed with "to~"). [Strong's #: 4480, 4481]
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FULL: Containing as much or as many as is possible or normal. [Strong's #: 4392]
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FUNCTIONAL: Fulfilling the action for which a person or thing is specially fitted or used, or for which a thing exists. A functioning within its intended purpose. [Strong's #: 2896, 2898]
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FURNACE: An enclosed structure in which heat is produced by burning wood inside. [Strong's #: 3536]
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FURTHER: At a distance beyond the present place or time; Beyond (when prefixed with "from~"). [Strong's #: 1973]
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FURY: Intense, disordered, and often destructive rage. An intense heat from anger. [Strong's #: 2528, 2534]
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