Greek3148. mastix -- a whip, scourge ...
3148 -- properly, a disease that (literally) carried a level of pain (the root
is, "a plague
"). "The plague ...
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4127. plege -- a blow, wound
... Feminine Transliteration: plege Phonetic Spelling: (play-gay') Short Definition:
a blow, stripe, wound Definition: a blow, stripe, wound; an affliction, plague ...
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3061. loimos -- pestilence, a pest
... pestilence. Of uncertain affinity; a plague (literally, the disease, or
figuratively, a pest) -- pestilence(-t). (loimoi) -- 1 Occurrence. ...
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Strong's Hebrew5061. nega -- a stroke, plague, mark...
nega. 5062 . a stroke, plague
, mark. Transliteration: nega Phonetic Spelling:
(neh'-gah) Short Definition: mark. ... plague
, sore, stricken, stripe, stroke, wound. ... /hebrew/5061.htm - 6k
4046. maggephah -- a blow, slaughter, plague, pestilence
... 4045, 4046. maggephah. 4047 . a blow, slaughter, plague, pestilence.
Transliteration: maggephah Phonetic Spelling: (mag-gay-faw') Short Definition: plague. ...
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5063. negeph -- a blow, a striking
... 5062, 5063. negeph. 5064 . a blow, a striking. Transliteration: negeph Phonetic
Spelling: (neh'-ghef) Short Definition: plague. ... plague, stumbling. ...
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4347. makkah -- a blow, wound, slaughter
... nakah Definition a blow, wound, slaughter NASB Word Usage blow (1), casualties
(1), crushed (1), disasters (1), inflicted (1), injury (1), plague (3), plagues ...
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1698. deber -- pestilence
... Word Origin from dabar Definition pestilence NASB Word Usage pestilence
(38), plague (10), thorns (1). murrain, pestilence, plague. ...
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5062. nagaph -- to strike, smite
... beat, dash, hurt, plague, slay, smite down, strike, stumble,. A primitive
root; to push, gore, defeat, stub (the toe), inflict (a ...
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4194. maveth -- death
... Word Origin from muth Definition death NASB Word Usage dead (4), deadly (3), Death
(2), death (129), die (7), died (9), dies (6), plague (1). ...
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5060. naga -- to touch, reach, strike
... strike (punish, defeat, destroy, etc.) -- beat, (X be able to) bring (down), cast,
come (nigh), draw near (nigh), get up, happen, join, near, plague, reach (up ...
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7565. resheph -- flame
... Word Origin from an unused word Definition flame NASB Word Usage bolts of lightning
(1), flaming (1), flashes (2), plague (2), sparks* (1). ...
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Joel's Rhapsody of the Locust Plague
... LYRICS JOEL'S RHAPSODY OF THE LOCUST PLAGUE. i The Land Desolate and Mourning. OLD
MEN. Hear this, ye old men, And give ear, all ye inhabitants of the land! ...
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March 18. "Neither Shall any Plague Come Near Thy Dwelling" (Ps. ...
... MARCH 18. "Neither shall any plague come near thy dwelling" (Ps. xci. 10). "Neither
shall any plague come near thy dwelling" (Psalm 91:10). ...
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On his Father'S Silence, Because of the Plague of Hail.
... Oration XVI. On His Father'S Silence, Because Of The Plague Of Hail. On His
Father's Silence, Because of the Plague of Hail. ThisOration ...
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The Word, Since Death Alone could Stay the Plague, Took a Mortal ...
... Section 9. The Word, since death alone could stay the plague, took a mortal body
which, united with Him, should avail for all, and by partaking of His ...
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Concerning the Ten Plagues which came Upon the Egyptians.
... knew not what to do in these surprising circumstances, and was in fear for the
Egyptians, he gave the Hebrews leave to go away; but when the plague ceased, he ...
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On the Advisableness of Improving Natural Knowledge.
... Within a few yards of the very spot on which we are assembled, so the tradition
runs, that painful and deadly malady, the plague, appeared in the latter months ...
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On the Holy Ghost and his Descent Upon the Apostles
... The first plague was blood. ... (Ex.7). The king then sent for Moses and promised that
if he would take away the plague he would allow all the people to depart. ...
/.../kinkead/baltimore catechism no 4/lesson 9 on the holy.htm
... PART II((AD 253-257). Shortly after the end of the persecution, a terrible plague
passed through the empire, and carried off vast numbers of people. ...
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Of the Disasters which Vexed the Roman Republic after the ...
... Nay, during this plague, they introduced a new pestilence of scenic entertainments,
which spread its more fatal contagion, not to the bodies, but the morals of ...
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How Egbert, a Holy Man of the English Nation, Led a Monastic Life ...
... By this plague the aforesaid priest of the Lord, Tuda, was carried off, and was
honourably buried in the monastery called Paegnalaech.^2 Moreover, this plague ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryThe Plague
The plague is considered to be a severe kind of typhus, accompanied by buboes (tumors). --Like the cholera, it is most violent at the first outbreak, causing almost instant death. Great difference of opinion has obtained as to whether it is contagious or not. It was very prevalent in the East, and still prevails in Egypt. Several Hebrew words are translated "pestilence" or "plague" but not one of these words call be considered as designating by its signification the disease now called the plague. Whether the disease be mentioned must be judged from the sense of passages, not from the sense of words. Those pestilences which were sent as special judgments, and were either supernaturally rapid in their effects or were in addition directed against particular culprits are beyond the reach of human inquiry. But we also read of pestilences which, although sent as judgments, have the characteristics of modern epidemics, not being rapid beyond nature nor directed against individuals. (Leviticus 26:25; 28:21) In neither of these passages does,it seem certain that the plague is specified. The notices in the prophets present the same difficulty. Hezekiah's disease has been thought to have been the plague, and its fatal nature, as well as the mention of a boil, makes this not improbable. On the other hand, there Is no mention of a pestilence among his people at the time.
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