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TAKE (Verb): To receive what is given; to gain possession by seizing. [Strong's #: 3947]
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TAKE.A.FIFTH (Verb): To separate out one equal portion out of five. [Strong's #: 2567]
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TAKE.HOLD (Verb): To have possession or ownership of; to keep in restraint; to have or maintain in one's grasp; to grab something and keep hold of it. [Strong's #: 270]
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TAKE.UPON (Verb): The placing of a yoke on the shoulders, literally or figuratively, to perform work or undertake a task; Agree (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 2974]
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TALK (Verb): To deliver or express in spoken words. [Strong's #: 4448, 4449]
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TAMARISK: The tree or a grove of desert shrubs and trees with masses of minute flowers. [Strong's #: 815]
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TAMBOURINE: A shallow, one-headed drum with loose disks at the sides played by shaking, striking with the hand, or rubbing with the thumb. [Strong's #: 8596]
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TAR: A dark and thick liquid that floats to the surface of water and is used as a waterproof covering for boats. [Strong's #: 2561, 2562, 2564]
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TASK.WORK: A forced labor or service. [Strong's #: 4522, 4523]
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TASTY.FOOD: Having a marked and pleasing flavor. As a pleasurable thing. [Strong's #: 4574]
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TEACHING: Acquired knowledge or skills that mark the direction one is to take in life. A straight direction. Knowledge passed from one person to another. [Strong's #: 8451]
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TEAR (Verb): To rip into pieces. [Strong's #: 7167]
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TEAR.INTO.PIECES (Verb): To tear into pieces as a predator does to its prey; to rip a cloth into pieces. [Strong's #: 2963]
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TEAR.OFF (Verb): To remove reluctantly. [Strong's #: 6561, 6562]
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TEN: A cardinal number; Twenty (when written in the plural). [Strong's #: 6235, 6236, 6240, 6242, 6243]
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TENDER: Having a soft or yielding texture; easily broken, cut, or damaged. From the tenderness of the loins. [Strong's #: 7390]
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TENT: A portable shelter made of black goat hair used by the nomads of the Near East. [Strong's #: 168]
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TENTH: An ordinal number. [Strong's #: 6224]
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TENTH.ONE: That which occupies the tenth position in a sequence. [Strong's #: 6218]
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TENTH.PART: One portion of a whole divided into ten equal portions. [Strong's #: 4643]
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TERMINATE (Verb): To stop or refrain from continuing an action. [Strong's #: 2308]
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TERROR: A state of intense fear. [Strong's #: 367]
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TEST (Verb): A critical examination, observation, or evaluation; trial. [Strong's #: 5254]
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THAT: The person, thing, or idea indicated, mentioned, or understood from the situation. A close watching. (Always used with the prefix ל meaning "to"). [Strong's #: 4616]
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THAT.ONE: Being the person, thing, or idea specified, mentioned, or understood. (Always prefixed with the letter ב meaning in, the letter ל meaning to, or the letter כ meaning like.); As (when prefixed with "like~"). [Strong's #: 1119, 3644, 3926]
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THEN: An inquiry of a time or place. [Strong's #: 645]
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THERE: Used to identify another place; In. [Strong's #: 8033, 8536]
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THERE.IS: Something that exists; Is, will. [Strong's #: 786, 3426]
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THESE: The persons, things, or ideas present or near in place, time, or thought or just mentioned. A grammatical tool used to identify something specific in the sense of looking toward a sight. ( The ancient, unused, word meaning "the." ). [Strong's #: 411, 412, 428, 429, 459, 479]
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THEY(f): The plural of "she."; Those. [Strong's #: 2007, 3860]
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THEY(m): The plural of "he."; Those. [Strong's #: 1992, 1994]
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THIGH.MUSCLE: Each side of the trunk formed by the lateral parts of the pelvis and upper part of the femur (thigh bone) together with the fleshy parts covering them. [Strong's #: 5384]
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THIN: Not dense in distribution; not well-fleshed. [Strong's #: 7534]
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THINK (Verb): To plan or design a course of action, item or invention. [Strong's #: 2803, 2804]
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THIRD: An ordinal number. [Strong's #: 7992, 8523]
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THIRD.GENERATION: The third increment within the sequence. [Strong's #: 8029]
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THIS: A person, thing, or idea present or near in place, time, or thought or just mentioned. As prominent or pointed out; That; here (when prefixed with "in~"). [Strong's #: 1454, 1668, 1768, 1791, 1797, 1836, 2063, 2088, 2090, 2097]
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THIS.ONE: The one nearer or more immediately under observation or discussion. [Strong's #: 1976]
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THISTLE: A prickly plant used by the shepherd to build a corral around the flock at night. [Strong's #: 1863]
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THOUGH: However; nevertheless. In spite of the fact of. A possible or desired location. To bring attention to an event; But, look, since. [Strong's #: 581, 2004, 2005, 2006, 3861]
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THOUGHT: The forming of ideas in the mind. [Strong's #: 3336]
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THOUSAND: Ten times one hundred in amount or number. [Strong's #: 505, 506]
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THREAD: A filament of fibers twisted together by spinning and used for sewing or tying items together. [Strong's #: 2339]
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THREE: A cardinal number; Thirty (when written in the plural). [Strong's #: 7969, 7970]
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THREE.DAYS.AGO: Literally the day before yesterday, but used as an idiom for the past. [Strong's #: 8032]
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THROW (Verb): To propel through the air by a forward motion; to drizzle as a throwing down of water; to teach in the sense of throwing or pointing a finger in a straight line as the direction one is to walk; Point or teach (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 3384]
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THROW.DOWN (Verb): To lead astray; to deliver to an enemy by treachery; to reveal unintentionally; Betray (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 7411, 7412]
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THROW.OUT (Verb): To remove from a place, usually in a sudden or unexpected manner; to cast out, down or away. [Strong's #: 7993]
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THROW.THE.HAND (Verb): To stretch out the hand to grab; to show praise or confession; Thank (when written in the hiphil [causative] form); confess (when written in the hitpa'el [reflexive] form). [Strong's #: 1911, 3029, 3034]
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THRUST (Verb): To push or drive with force a pole into the ground, such as when setting up the tent; to blow the trumpet in the sense of throwing out the sound. [Strong's #: 8628]
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TIE (Verb): To fasten, attach, or close by means of a string or cord; to tie around; to conspire in the sense of tying up; Robust (when written in the pual [passive intensive] form). [Strong's #: 7194]
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TIE.UP (Verb): To wrap or fasten with a cord. [Strong's #: 631]
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TIME: The measured or measurable period during which an action, process or condition exists or continues. A counting or reckoning of time. [Strong's #: 4489]
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TIME.OF.WEEPING: A period of sadness or mourning. [Strong's #: 1068]
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TIRED: Drained of strength and energy; fatigued. [Strong's #: 5889]
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TITLE: A word given to an individual or place denoting its character. The character of an individual or place. [Strong's #: 8034, 8036]
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TO: Used as a function word to indicate movement or an action or condition suggestive of progress toward a place, person, or thing reached; At, by, for, on. [Strong's #: 413]
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TO.THIS.POINT: A precise moment in time or a specific location; Here. [Strong's #: 2008]
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TOGETHER: In or into one place, mass, collection, or group. [Strong's #: 3162]
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TOIL: The act of working hard. [Strong's #: 3018, 3019]
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TOKEN: Something given as a promise as an exchange. [Strong's #: 6162]
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TOMORROW: The next day. At a time following. [Strong's #: 4279]
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TONGUE: A fleshy moveable process on the floor of the mouth used in speaking and eating. Also, language as a tongue. [Strong's #: 3956]
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TOOTH: Hard bony appendages on the jaws used for chewing food and forming of sounds when talking. [Strong's #: 8127, 8128]
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TOP.OF.THE.HEAD: The crown of the head. [Strong's #: 6936]
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TORCH: A burning stick of resinous wood. Also, lightning as a torch in the night sky. [Strong's #: 3940]
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TORN: Pulled apart. Flesh that is torn. [Strong's #: 2966]
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TOSS (Verb): To heave or fling about; to throw with a quick, light, or careless motion; to be thrown about or wander around as nodding the head. [Strong's #: 5074, 5075]
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TOUCH (Verb): To lay hands upon; to touch or strike; to be touched by a plague. [Strong's #: 5060]
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TOWER: A structure higher than its diameter and high relative to its surroundings. Place of great size. [Strong's #: 4026]
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TRADE (Verb): The business of buying and selling or bartering commodities. To go about as a merchant trading goods. In Psalm 38:11 this word is used for the beating of the heart in the sense of going about to and fro. [Strong's #: 5503]
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TRANCE: A state of partly suspended animation or inability to function. A deep sleep or unconsciousness. [Strong's #: 8639]
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TRANQUILITY: A state of rest. [Strong's #: 7886]
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TREAD (Verb): To trample under foot. [Strong's #: 7429, 7430]
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TREAD.ABOUT (Verb): To be on foot walking through a foreign land, usually in the sense of spying; to trample another with the tongue; Spy (when written in the piel [intensive] form). [Strong's #: 7270, 8637]
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TREADER: A creature that crawls or creeps on something. [Strong's #: 7431]
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TREASURE: Wealth hoarded up or stored. What is hidden. [Strong's #: 4301]
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TREE: A woody perennial plant with a supporting stem or trunk and multiple branches; Wood (when in the plural form). [Strong's #: 636, 6086, 6097]
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TREMBLE (Verb): To shake involuntarily; shiver. [Strong's #: 2729]
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TREMBLING: An involuntary shaking or shivering out of fear or awe. [Strong's #: 2730, 2731]
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TREMBLING.IN.FEAR: A physical reaction, such as shivering, in fear or dread. [Strong's #: 2844]
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TRIBE: A social group consisting of numerous families, clans or generations together. A family lineage as bound together. [Strong's #: 523, 524]
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TROUGH: A long, shallow often V-shaped receptacle for the drinking water or food of domestic animals. [Strong's #: 7298]
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TRUTH: The state of being the case. Fact. What is firm. Accurately so. [Strong's #: 571]
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TUNIC: A simple slip-on garment with or without sleeves. [Strong's #: 3801]
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TURN (Verb): To rotate or revolve; to face another direction; to turn the face; to turn directions; to turn something back or away. [Strong's #: 6437]
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TURN.ASIDE (Verb): To change the location, position, station, or residence; to remove; Remove (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 5493, 7787]
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TURN.AWAY (Verb): To deviate from the correct path toward another direction. [Strong's #: 8280]
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TURN.BACK (Verb): To return to a previous place or state; Return (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 7725, 8421]
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TURN.OVER (Verb): To turn aside in fainting or hiding; Feeble (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 5848]
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TURTLEDOVE: A small wild pigeon. [Strong's #: 8449]
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TWIG: A secondary shoot or stem arising from a main trunk or axis. [Strong's #: 8299]
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TWILIGHT: The light from the sky between full night and sunrise; or between sunset and full night. [Strong's #: 5939]
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TWIN: Born with one other or as a pair at birth. [Strong's #: 8380]
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TWIST (Verb): A winding or wrapping together; entwined in pain or joy. [Strong's #: 2342]
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TWISTEDNESS: Gross injustice; wickedness. The result of twisted actions. [Strong's #: 5771]
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TWO: A cardinal number. (Always written in the double plural form). [Strong's #: 8147, 8578, 8648]
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