Greek5444. phullon -- a leaf ...
Word Origin a prim. word Definition a leaf
NASB Word Usage leaf
. From the same as phule; a sprout, ie Leaf
. see GREEK phule. ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/5444.htm - 6k
Strong's Hebrew5929. aleh -- leaf, leafage...
. Word Origin from alah Definition leaf
, leafage NASB Word
Usage branches (5), leaf
(4). branch, leaf
. From ... /hebrew/5929.htm - 6k
2964. tereph -- prey, food, a leaf
... Word Origin from taraph Definition prey, food, a leaf NASB Word Usage food
(4), leaves (1), prey (17), torn (1). leaf, meat, prey, spoil. ...
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1817. deleth -- a door
... door (21), door and leaves (1), doors (45), doors had leaves (1), gates (11), gateway
(1), leaves (1), lid (1), opening (1). door two-leaved, gate, leaf, lid. ...
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6763. tsela -- rib, side
... leaves (1), one...another (1), rib (1), ribs (1), side (15), side chamber (1), side
chambers (10), sides (5), walls (1). beam, board, chamber, corner, leaf, ...
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Nothing but Leaves
... Whether it is so or no, let me remind you that leaves are an outcome of the life ...
exuberance of growth as that all the life of the tree runs to leaf, and there ...
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"And we all do Fade as a Leaf, and Our Iniquities, Like the Wind ...
... of thy presence from among us, so that we did fade as a leaf before its ... of thy
indignation, and that, like a whirlwind, hath blown the withering leaves off the ...
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A Bibliographical Index of the Printed Editions of the Canons of ...
... the 3d ibid. in 1866, in quarto, 3 leaves + 373 pages + 1 leaf + 59 pages,
with the Slavonic text only; the 4th, ibid. in 1874, in ...
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Death to Sin's Penalty is the Way Out into a Life of Justification ...
... If you picked off one of the dead leaves and examined the leaf-stalk through a
microscope, you would find that the old channel is silted up by a barrier ...
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Continues the Same Subject: Explains the Prayer of Union by a ...
... come into leaf, the little egg which was lifeless before its food was ready, begins
to live. The caterpillar nourishes itself upon the mulberry leaves until ...
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Nothing but Leaves
... Now, as the fig tree either brings forth the fig before the leaf, or else produces
figs and leaves at the same time, the major part of the trees, perhaps all ...
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"All Our Righteousnesses are as Filthy Rags, and we all do Fade as ...
... All our righteousnesses are as filthy rags, and we all do fade as a leaf, and our ...
with them, and cover your nakedness of other faults with such leaves as Adam ...
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What Sin Does to Men
... We see the picture of a blasted tree in the woods, while all around are in full
leaf, with tiny leaves half developed and all brown at the edges. ...
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... things were gain to me" (the words seem echoed from the fading leaves and the ... trying
to carry on two lives at once, nourishing root and stem, leaf and flower ...
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The Second Day in Passion-Week - the Barren Fig-Tree - the ...
... before the leaves,'  and that this fig-tree, whether from its exposure or
soil, was precocious, is evident from the fact that it was in leaf, which is ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryLeaves Leaf
The word occurs in the Authorized Version either in singular or plural number in three different senses.
- Leaf of a tree. The righteous are often compared to green leaves. (Jeremiah 17:8) The ungodly, on the other hand, are "as an oak whose leaf fadeth." (Isaiah 1:30)
- Leaves of doors. The hebrew word, which occurs very many times in the Bible, and which in (1 Kings 6:32) (margin) and 1Kin 6:34 Is translated "leaves" in the Authorized Version, signifies beams, ribs, sides, etc.
- Leaves of a book or roll occurs in this sense only in (Jeremiah 36:23) The Hebrew word (literally doors) would perhaps be more correctly translated columns.
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