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WADI: The bed or valley of a stream. A choice piece of land desired in an inheritance because of its fertility. [Strong's #: 5158]
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WAGE: The reward or price paid for one's labor. [Strong's #: 7938, 7939]
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WAIST: The slender part of the body above the hips. [Strong's #: 4975]
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WALK (Verb): To move along on foot; walk a journey; to go. Also, customs as a lifestyle that is walked or lived; Take (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 1946, 1980, 1981, 3212]
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WANDER (Verb): To go astray due to deception or an outside influence. To staggar, as from being intoxicated. [Strong's #: 8582]
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WASH (Verb): To immerse articles of clothing into a cleaning solution and agitate them, usually by treading upon them, to clean them; to clean the body. [Strong's #: 3526]
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WATER: The Liquid of streams, ponds and seas or stored in cisterns or jars. The necessary liquid that is drank. (Always written in the plural form). [Strong's #: 4325]
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WATERING.TROUGH: A trench for bringing water into the village. A place for domestic animals to quench thirst. [Strong's #: 8268]
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WE: I and the rest of a group. [Strong's #: 580, 586, 587, 5168]
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WEAK: One who dangles the head in poverty or hunger. [Strong's #: 1800]
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WEAR (Verb): To cover with cloth or clothing; to provide with clothing; put on clothing; Clothe (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 3847, 3848]
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WEAR.OUT (Verb): To make useless, especially by long or hard usage. [Strong's #: 1086, 1089]
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WEEK: A period of time consisting of seven days or seven years. [Strong's #: 7620]
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WEEP (Verb): To express deep sorrow, especially by shedding tears. [Strong's #: 1058]
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WEEPING: The act of expressing sorrow by shedding tears. [Strong's #: 1065]
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WEIGH (Verb): To ascertain the heaviness of by a balance or scale. Weigh out, usually of silver for payment. [Strong's #: 8254]
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WEIGHT: The amount a thing weighs. Relative heaviness. [Strong's #: 4948]
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WELL: A dug-out hole, usually a well or cistern. [Strong's #: 875]
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WHAT: Interrogative expressing inquiry about the identity, nature, or value of an object. Something that is unknown; can also be why, when or how; How, why; how many (when prefixed with "like~"). [Strong's #: 3964, 4100, 4101, 4479]
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WHEAT: A cereal grain that yields a fine white flour, the chief ingredient of bread. [Strong's #: 2406, 2591]
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WHELP: Usually a young lion. (May be derived from the sound of the lion). [Strong's #: 1482, 1484]
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WHERE: At, in, or to what place; Why. [Strong's #: 335, 346, 351, 375]
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WHEREVER: Anywhere at all. A search for a person, place or time. [Strong's #: 575]
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WHICH: Or who, what or that. This word links the action of the sentence to the one doing the action; Because, because of what, how, such as, that, what, when, where, who, whoever, whom, whose; whereas (when prefixed with "in~"); just as (when prefixed with "like~"). [Strong's #: 834]
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WHITE: Free from color. [Strong's #: 3836]
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WHO: What or which person or persons. Someone that is unknown. [Strong's #: 4310]
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WHOLE: Free of wound or injury; free of defect or impairment; having all its proper parts or components. [Strong's #: 8549]
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WHY: For what cause, purpose or reason for which. [Strong's #: 4069]
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WICKER.BASKET: A receptacle made of interwoven materials such as reeds. [Strong's #: 5536]
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WIDE: Having great extent or breadth. [Strong's #: 7338, 7342]
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WIDEN (Verb): To increase the size of an area wide; large; roomy. [Strong's #: 7337]
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WIDOW: A woman who has lost her husband by death. As bound in grief. [Strong's #: 490]
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WIDOWHOOD: The quality of being a widow. As bound in grief. [Strong's #: 491]
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WIDTH: Largeness of extent or scope. From the width of a road. [Strong's #: 7341]
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WILD.ASS: A wild animal as prolific. [Strong's #: 6501]
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WILDERNESS: A tract or region uncultivated and uninhabited by human beings. Place of order, a sanctuary. [Strong's #: 4057]
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WIND: A natural movement of air; breath. The breath of man, animal or God. The character. A space in between. [Strong's #: 7305, 7307]
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WINDOW: A hole in the wall that admits light and a view of the other side. [Strong's #: 2474]
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WINE: Fermented juice of fresh grapes. From the mire in the wine. [Strong's #: 3196]
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WING: An appendage that allows an animal, bird or insect to fly. Also, the wings of a garment. [Strong's #: 3671]
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WINTER: The season between summer and spring. Time of the piercing cold and relative bleakness. [Strong's #: 2779]
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WIPE.AWAY (Verb): To remove by drying or sweeping away through rubbing; to polish in the sense of a vigorous rubbing; erase. [Strong's #: 4229]
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WITH: Through the idea of being together in a group; By; away from (when prefixed with "from~"). [Strong's #: 5868, 5973, 5974]
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WITHDRAW (Verb): To take back or withhold what is cherished; to turn away or move back. [Strong's #: 2244]
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WITHER (Verb): To become dry and sapless; to shrivel. [Strong's #: 6798]
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WITHHOLD (Verb): To hold back from action. [Strong's #: 4513]
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WITHOUT: A lacking of something or the inability to do or have something. The search for a place of unknown origin; No, not, not with, nothing, where. [Strong's #: 369, 370, 371]
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WITNESS: Attestation of a fact or event. An object, person or group that affords evidence. [Strong's #: 5707]
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WOLF: A yellowish colored animal of the canine family. [Strong's #: 2061]
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WOMAN: An adult female person. As mortal; Each, one. [Strong's #: 802, 5389]
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WOMB: An organ where something is generated or grows before birth. [Strong's #: 990]
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WORD: An arrangement of words, ideas or concepts to form sentences. A promise in the sense of being "ones word." An action in the sense of acting out an arrangement. A plague as an act. A matter or thing, as words also have substance in the Hebrew mind; Matter, thing. [Strong's #: 1697]
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WORK: Activity where one exerts strength or faculties to do or perform something. An action. [Strong's #: 4639]
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WOULD.THAT: In the sense of joining. A yearning for certain direction or action. [Strong's #: 3863]
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WOUND: An injury involving rupture of small blood vessels and discoloration without a skin break. The dark coloring of the skin caused by being hit or smashed. [Strong's #: 6482]
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WRAP (Verb): To envelop and secure for transport or storage. Also, meaning to faint. [Strong's #: 5968]
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WRAP.AROUND (Verb): To enclose; to repeat or do again what has been said or done; Warn (when written in the hiphil [causative] form). [Strong's #: 5749]
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WRATH: Strong vengeful anger. As crossing over from peace. [Strong's #: 5678, 5679]
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WRESTLING: To contend by grappling with to throw one's opponent off balance. [Strong's #: 5319]
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WRIST: The joint between the hand and arm. Also, a garment with sleeves that reaches to the wrist. [Strong's #: 6446, 6447]
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