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4808. suke -- a fig tree
... a fig tree. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: suke Phonetic Spelling:
(soo-kay') Short Definition: a fig-tree Definition: a fig-tree. ... fig tree. ...
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4809. sukomorea -- the fig-mulberry tree, sycamore fig
... sycamore tree. From sukon and moron (the mulberry); the "sycamore"-fig tree -- sycamore
tree. Compare sukaminos. see GREEK sukon. see GREEK sukaminos. ...
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4807. sukaminos -- the mulberry tree, the sycamine
... sycamine tree, mulberry tree. Of Hebrew origin (shaqam) in imitation of sukomoraia;
a sycamore-fig tree -- sycamine tree. see GREEK sukomoraia. see HEBREW shaqam ...
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Strong's Hebrew
8384. teenah -- fig tree
... 8383, 8384. teenah. 8385 . fig tree. Transliteration: teenah Phonetic
Spelling: (teh-ane') Short Definition: tree. Word Origin of ...
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8385. ta'anah -- occasion or time of copulation
... fig tree Or tonanah {to-an-aw'}; from 'anah; an opportunity or (subjectively) purpose --
occasion. see HEBREW 'anah. 8384, 8385. ta'anah. 8385a . ...
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Under the Fig-Tree.
... UNDER THE FIG-TREE. ... It is evident that something had occurred with Nathanael under
the fig -tree outside the common details of every-day life. ...
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The Barren Fig-Tree.
... THE BARREN FIG-TREE. In the ... hungry. Seeing a fig-tree afar off, covered with
leaves, He came to it, hoping to find some fruit on it. But ...
/.../anonymous/mother stories from the new testament/the barren fig-tree.htm

The Fig-Tree.
... XIX. THE FIG-TREE. The hosannahs ... The eye of Jesus, as he traversed the rocky
path with His disciples, rested on a Fig-tree. (Mark 11 ...
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The Barren Fig-Tree.
... within the fences of the vineyard, and through carelessness been permitted to grow:
the language is precise, and indicates that the fig tree had been planted ...
/.../arnot/the parables of our lord/xx the barren fig-tree.htm

The Barren Fig-Tree;
... THE BARREN FIG-TREE; OR, THE ... Christ. In this vineyard stood a fig-tree"by
nature remarkable for fruitfulness"but it is barren. No ...
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The Blasted Fig-Tree. Mk 11:20
... MARK Hymn 97 The blasted fig-tree. Mk 11:20. John Newton 8,8,8,8. The blasted
fig-tree. Mk 11:20. One aweful word which JESUS spoke,. ...
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The Barren Fig-Tree. Lk 13:6-9
... LUKE Hymn 103 The Barren fig-tree. Lk 13:6-9. John Newton 6,6,6,6,8,8. The Barren
fig-tree. Lk 13:6-9. The church a garden is. In which believers stand,. ...
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Second Sunday in Advent Behold the Fig-Tree and all the Trees ...
... Second Sunday in Advent Behold the fig-tree and all the trees; when they now shoot
forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand. ...
/.../winkworth/lyra germanica the christian year/second sunday in advent behold.htm

The Fig-Tree Cursed. (Matt. , xxi. , 18; Mark, xi. , 12. ) ...
... LAST SUPPER. Section 245. The Fig-tree Cursed. (Matt., xxi., 18; Mark,
xi., 12.)"Parable of the Fig-tree. (Luke, xiii., 6-9.). ...
/.../section 245 the fig-tree cursed.htm

The Withered Fig Tree
... The Withered Fig Tree. A Sermon (No.2107). Delivered on Lord's-day Morning, September
29th, 1889, by. CH SPURGEON,. ... And presently the fig tree withered away. ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 35 1889/the withered fig tree.htm

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Fig Tree Fig

The fig tree (Ficus carica) is very common in Palestine. (8:8) Mount Olivet was famous for its fig trees in ancient times, and they are still found there. To "sit under one's own vine and one's own fig tree" became a proverbial expression among the Jews to denote peace and prosperity. (1 Kings 4:25; Micah 4:4; Zechariah 3:10) The fig is a pear-shaped fruit, and is much used by the Orientals for food. The young figs are especially prized for their sweetness and flavor. The fruit always appears before the leaves; so that when Christ saw leaves on the fig tree by the wayside, (Mark 11:13) he had a right to expect fruit. The usual summer crop of fruits is not gathered till May or June; but in the sunny ravines of Olivet fig trees could have ripe fruit some weeks earlier (Dr. Thomson), and it was not strange so early as Easter Christ might find the young eatable figs, although it was not the usual season for gathering the fruit.



Fig Tree Fig

Fig Tree in an Allegory

Fig Tree: Barren, Parable of

Fig Tree: Figurative

Fig Tree: Jeremiah's Parable of

Fig: Aprons Made of Fig Leaves, by Adam and Eve

Fig: Cakes of, Sent by Abigail to David

Fig: Common to Palestine

Fig: Dried and Preserved

Fig: Employed As a Remedy

Fig: To Egypt

Fig: Traffic In

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