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709. aristao -- to breakfast, hence to take a meal
... Cognate: 709 -- to eat breakfast or lunch -- the "noon" meal eaten roughly in the
middle of the day; to eat 1173 ("supper"), ie before the main meal, usually ...
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4711. spuris -- a (large, flexible) basket (for carrying ...
... basket. From speiro (as woven); a hamper or lunch-receptacle -- basket. see GREEK
speiro. (spuridas) -- 3 Occurrences. (spuridi) -- 1 Occurrence. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
6718. tsayid -- hunting, game
... From a form of tsuwd and meaning the same; the chase; also game (thus taken);
(generally) lunch (especially for a journey) -- X catcheth, food, X hunter, (that ...
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Chapter six
... Virginia asked Rachel to come and lunch with her at noon, and Rachel accordingly
rang the bell at the Page mansion about half-past eleven. ...
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Chapter five
... My plan is to provide a good place where the men can come up and eat their noon
lunch, and give them, two or three times a week, the privilege of a fifteen ...
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Walamir and St. Telemachus
... making me talk so much. We'll have some lunch now, and then I won't tell
you a word more till I've caught enough. And, to punish you ...
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First Day in New York
... in my buttonhole. Let us go for lunch, said he and I followed gladly for
I felt it was a timely call. As George N. is a bachelor ...
/.../chapter iii first day in.htm

With the Rev. William Burns
... addressed two audiences. On our return to the boats for lunch, we found
people waiting, as usual, and desiring books. Some were ...
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... WF Flemington was good enough to invite Mr. Manning to lunch, so that we could
meet. As one would expect, he was the most modest of men. ...
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Pauline Enters the Carmel
... One day, however, the hermit Therese forgot herself"before eating a cake, given
her for lunch, she made a large Sign of the Cross, and some worldly folk did ...
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The Singer of Pietism
... are said to have become so interested in the latter that they brought their hymnals
with them to work so that they might sing from them during lunch hours. ...
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Life in London
... bread, purchased daily on my long walk from the hospital, furnished me with supper
and breakfast; and on that diet, with a few apples for lunch, I managed to ...
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Various Experiences --Continued
... After eating, with considerable difficulty, a little lunch set before me, I was
shown to my room, which had a more cleanly appearance than the room down-stairs ...
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) A luncheon; specifically, a light repast between breakfast and dinner.

2. (v. i.) To take luncheon.

Lunch (1 Occurrence)
... 2. (vi) To take luncheon. Multi-Version Concordance Lunch (1 Occurrence). Luke
11:37 Now as he spoke, a certain Pharisee asked him to dine with him. ...
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Luncheon (1 Occurrence)

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Lunatics (1 Occurrence)

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Bible Concordance
Lunch (1 Occurrence)

Luke 11:37 Now as he spoke, a certain Pharisee asked him to dine with him. He went in, and sat at the table.
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Luncheon (1 Occurrence)

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