Strong's Hebrew5235a. nakar -- to act or treat as foreign or strange, to disguise...
Word Origin denominative verb from nekar Definition to act or treat as foreign or strange
, to disguise NASB Word Usage another woman
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5237. nokri -- foreign, alien
... in a variety of degrees and applications (foreign, non-relative, adulterous, different,
wonderful) -- alien, foreigner, outlandish, strange(-r, woman). ...
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2114. zuwr -- to be a stranger
... strange, profane; specifically (active participle) to commit adultery -- (come from)
another (man, place), fanner, go away, (e-)strange(-r, thing, woman). ...
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312. acher -- another
... Word Origin from achar Definition another NASB Word Usage another (59), another
woman (1), any (1), any other (1 ... another man, following, next, strange. ...
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Wisdom and the Strange Woman
... SONNETS vii Wisdom and the Strange Woman. 1 My son, keep my words, And lay
up my commandments with thee. Keep my commandments, and ...
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Philosophy the Handmaid of Theology.
... And when He says, "Be not much with a strange woman,"  He admonishes us to
use indeed, but not to linger and spend time with, secular culture. ...
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On the Road to Jerusalem
... camel. The strange woman who had stood her ground was heard to say in a low
voice, half lost in the muffling of her wrappings: "One!". ...
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A Prophet's Strange Providers
... He might well have thought that God had sent him to a strange helper in this poor
widow with her empty cupboard; and ... It was a lesson in faith for the woman too ...
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That Marriage is not to be Contracted with Gentiles.
... In Tobias: "Take a wife from the seed of thy parents, and take not a strange woman
who is not of the tribe of thy parents."  Also in Genesis, Abraham ...
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... the chosen king and prophet, after he had accomplished many good deeds, betrayed
himself to be a man, for once he fell in love with a strange woman, nor did he ...
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Description of the Gnostic Continued.
... Now the Scripture, showing that sinning is foreign to him, sells those who have
fallen away to strangers, saying, "Look not on a strange woman, to lust," [3642 ...
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Letter cxxviii. To Gaudentius.
... They quote the passage which says that "the lips of a strange woman drop as an
honeycomb;"  which is sweet indeed in the eater's mouth but is afterwards ...
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1 Thessalonians iv. 3-Jan
... For the Scripture says, "The lips of a strange woman drop honey." (Proverbs 5:3.)
For on this account I take all this trouble, that ye may have no experience ...
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... they were in their childhood, when their habits were proper and correct; but mayhap
they have just been enticed into the house of the strange woman; they have ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaStrange Woman
The Hebrew zar, translated "stranger," meant primarily one "who turns aside," i.e. to visit another country; then a "sojourner," "stranger." The "strange woman" of Proverbs 2:16 is a technical term for "harlot"; compare Judges 11:1, 2, where "son of a strange (the Revised Version (British and American) "another") woman" (11:2, 'acher) is parallel to "the son of a harlot" (11:1).
See STRANGE WIFE.
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