Strong's Hebrew2284. chagab -- locust, grasshopper...
2283, 2284. chagab. 2285 . locust
. Transliteration: chagab
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-gawb') Short Definition: grasshopper
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697. arbeh -- (a kind of) locust
... grasshopper, locust. From rabah; a locust (from its rapid increase) -- grasshopper,
locust. see HEBREW rabah. 696, 697. arbeh. 698 . Strong's Numbers.
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2625. chasil -- (a kind of) locust
... Word Origin from chasal Definition (a kind of) locust NASB Word Usage caterpillar
(1), grasshopper (3), stripping locust (2). caterpillar. ...
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1462. gob -- locusts
... grasshopper, great. From guwb; the locust (from its grubbing as a larvae) --
grasshopper, X great. see HEBREW guwb. 1461, 1462. gob. 1463 . Strong's Numbers
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Of the Diversity of Languages, and of the Founding of Babylon.
... of "the soldier," meaning the army, and of the frog or the locust, when we ... by some
through the ambiguity of the Greek word, and they have translated it, not ...
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A Cultivated Conservative Friend of Mine once Exhibited Great ...
... striding across the echoing plain like an elephant, or the grasshopper coming roaring ...
never before, I think, have Christians called a Turk a locust and meant ...
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On the Clause, and Shall Come in Glory to Judge the Quick and the ...
...  The step, once as active as a grasshopper, or locust, shall grow
heavy and slow. For other interpretations see Delitzsch. ...
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... letter thus; "Might inform his princes like unto himself, and make his elders wise."
The word translated old men ... "He spake the word, and the locust came, and ...
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...  The locust is malice ... but the grace of God, whereof the Apostle speaketh,
"Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into ...
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On Proverbs. From the Commentary of St. Hippolytus on Proverbs.
... "The locust has no ... The Hebrew word, rendered "straightway" in our version, is translated
kepphotheis in the Septuagint, ie, "ensnared like a cepphus." [Quasi ...
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The Prophet Joel.
... gnawer has left, the locust devoureth; and that which the locust hath left ... at-hmvrh
lcdqh], are, by the greater number of interpreters, translated, "The Teacher ...
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Letter Liii. To Paulinus.
... the twelve tribes as spoiled and devastated by the palmerworm, the canker-worm,
the locust, and the ...  He sees now the maker of the grasshopper,  now ...
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... You may mention Elias the Tishbite who was taken up into heaven, yet he is not greater
than John: Enoch was translated, but he is ...  The locust being winged ...
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History of Arian Opinions.
... who created and uses them; for instance, the Prophet says that the locust, which
became ... faith, and write at Sirmium in Latin what is here translated into Greek ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJudges 6:5
For they came up with their cattle and their tents, and they came as grasshoppers for multitude; for both they and their camels were without number: and they entered into the land to destroy it.Nave's Topical Index
And the Midianites and the Amalekites and all the children of the east lay along in the valley like grasshoppers for multitude; and their camels were without number, as the sand by the sea side for multitude.
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Can you make him afraid as a grasshopper? the glory of his nostrils is terrible.
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They shall cut down her forest, said the LORD, though it cannot be searched; because they are more than the grasshoppers, and are innumerable.
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Locust used As Food
Locust: Authorized As Food
Locust: Devastation By
Locust: Instincts of
Locust: Plague of
Locust: Sun Obscured By
Locust: Translated "Grasshopper"
The Locust of Destructive Enemies
The Locust of False Teachers of the Apostasy
The Locust of Ungodly Rulers
The Locust: (Destruction of) of Destruction of God's Enemies
The Locust: A Small Insect
The Locust: Carried Every Way by the Wind
The Locust: Clean and Fit for Food
The Locust: Flies in Bands and With Order
The Locust: Immensely Numerous
The Locust: Like to Horses Prepared for Battle
The Locust: One of the Plagues of Egypt
The Locust: Rapid in Movement
The Locust: The Jews used As Food
The Locust: The Jews: Deprecated the Plague of
The Locust: The Jews: Often Plagued By
The Locust: The Jews: Promised Deliverance from the Plague of, on Humiliation
The Locust: The Jews: Threatened With, As a Punishment for Sin
The Locust: Voracious
The Locust: Wise
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