Greek835. aulizomai -- to lodge in the open, to lodge ...
in the open, to lodge
. Part of Speech: Verb Transliteration: aulizomai
Phonetic Spelling: (ow-lid'-zom-ahee) Short Definition: I lodge
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3579. xenizo -- to receive as a guest, to surprise
... Word Origin from xenos Definition to receive as a guest, to surprise NASB Word Usage
entertained (2), gave...lodging (1), lodge (1), staying (3), strange ...
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2647. kataluo -- to destroy, overthrow
... and met., (b) I unyoke, unharness a carriage horse or pack animal; hence: I put
up, lodge, find a lodging. ... destroy, dissolve, lodge, come to nought. ...
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3580. xenodocheo -- to entertain strangers
... lodge strangers. From a compound of xenos and dechomai; to be hospitable -- lodge
strangers. see GREEK xenos. see GREEK dechomai. (exenodochesen) -- 1 Occurrence ...
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2681. kataskenoo -- to pitch one's tent, encamp, dwell
... lodge, rest. From kata and skenoo; to camp down, ie Haunt; figuratively,
to remain -- lodge, rest. see GREEK kata. see GREEK skenoo. ...
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3921. pareisduo -- to settle in alongside
... creep in unawares. From para and a compound of eis and duno; to settle in alongside,
ie Lodge stealthily -- creep in unawares. see GREEK para. see GREEK eis. ...
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2646. kataluma -- a lodging place
... Word Origin from kataluo (in the sense of to lodge) Definition a lodging place
NASB Word Usage guest room (2), inn (1). guest chamber, inn. ...
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Strong's Hebrew4412. melunah -- a lodge, hut...
4411, 4412. melunah. 4413 . a lodge
, hut. Transliteration: melunah Phonetic
Spelling: (mel-oo-naw') Short Definition: shack. ...
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3885a. lun -- to lodge, pass the night, abide
lun or lin. 3885, 3885a. lun or lin. 3885b . to lodge, pass the night, abide.
Transliteration: lun or lin Short Definition: lodge. Word Origin a prim. ...
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3885. luwn -- to lodge, pass the night, abide
... 3884b, 3885. luwn. 3885a . to lodge, pass the night, abide. Transliteration:
luwn Phonetic Spelling: (loon) Short Definition: lodge. ...
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7901. shakab -- to lie down
... cast down, lay self down, make to lie down, down to sleep, still with, lodge,
ravish,. A primitive root; to lie down (for rest, sexual ...
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7725. shub -- to turn back, return
... point); generally to retreat; often adverbial, again -- ((break, build, circumcise,
dig, do anything, do evil, feed, lay down, lie down, lodge, make, rejoice ...
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956. buth -- pass the night
... Word Origin see bith. pass the night (Aramaic) apparent denominative from bayith;
to lodge over night -- pass the night. see HEBREW bayith. 955, 956. ...
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4411. malon -- a lodging place, inn, khan
... inn, place where. From luwn; a lodgment, ie Caravanserai or encampment -- inn, place
where...lodge, lodging (place). see HEBREW luwn. 4410, 4411. malon. 4412 ...
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Come, My Beloved, Let us Go Forth into the Field; Let us Lodge in ...
... CHAPTER VII. 11. Come, my beloved, let us go forth into the field; let us lodge
in the villages. The Spouse can no longer fear anything ...
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The Ascent of the Body
... From the two-roomed hut we pass, among certain tribes, to three- and four-roomed
huts, and finally to the many-chambered lodge of the Head-Chief or King. ...
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The Recall to Religion in the Hymns of Charles Wesley
... of Magdalene. He lived, not in the new Lodge, but in the old Lodge in
Magdalene Street, a house turned now into sets of rooms. It ...
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The "Demonstrations" of Aphrahat.
... Just as if a king or an honourable man, to whom a royal name is given, should lodge
in the house, there would be required for the King all the appurtenances of ...
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The Story of Rebekah.
... Then he took a golden jewel and a pair of gold bracelets, and put them upon her,
and asked whose daughter she was, and if her father could lodge him and his ...
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The Mustard Seed
... yet when it is sown, groweth up, and becometh greater than all the herbs, and putteth
out great branches; so that the birds of the heaven can lodge under the ...
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HymnConcerning Our Lord and John
... 19. "Small is the river whereto Thou art come,"that Thou shouldst lodge therein
and it should cleanse Thee."The heavens suffice not for Thy mightiness ...
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Wesley's Wife Ill
... Here the room over which we were to lodge being filled with pilchards and
conger-eels, the perfume was too potent for me; I was not sorry when one of our ...
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... there any inn in this village?" The nobleman answered, "No." Then said the man,
"Then show us the kindness, dear friend, in God's name, to let us lodge in thy ...
/.../the history and life of the reverend doctor john tauler/fourteenth chapter.htm
... Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge, in his "Memoir of Governor Strong," exonerates that executive
by pleading his intense convictions of duty, his loyal patriotism, and his ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryTo Lodge
This word, with one exception only, has, at least in the narrative portions of the Bible, almost invariably the force of "passing the night."
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