Greek5566. choros -- the northwest wind ...
the northwest wind
. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: choros Phonetic
Spelling: (kho'-ros) Short Definition: the north-west wind
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3047. lips -- the southwest wind
... the southwest wind. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: lips Phonetic
Spelling: (leeps) Short Definition: the south-west wind Definition: the south ...
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3558. notos -- the south wind, hence the southern quarter
... south wind. Of uncertain affinity; the south(-west) wind; by extension, the southern
quarter itself -- south (wind). (noton) -- 1 Occurrence. ...
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Preaching in a North Wind
... Sunday, 20."About one I preached on West Bromwich heath; in the evening, near the
preaching-house in Wednesbury. The north wind cut like a razor; but the ...
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Political and Religious Life of the Jewish Dispersion in the West ...
... The seer in the Book of Enoch beholds Israel in the Messianic time as coming in
carriages, and as borne on the wings of the wind from East, and West, and South ...
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... east side of Cape Matala, which they would have to round in order to reach Phoenix;
but it could not be rounded in the face of a north-west wind, hence they ...
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The South Wind: a Fisherman's Blessings
... O blessed drums of Aldershot! O blessed South-west train! ... O blessed smelling grass!
O bless'd South wind that toots his horn Through every hole and crack! ...
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Marries his Brother
... felt before. But it was not long before the wind sprang up west, which
obliged us to stand away for the Skerries. When we wanted ...
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First Withdrawal from Herod's Territory and Return.
... [That is, it blew from the west, the direction toward which the disciples were rowing.]
^b 48 And seeing them distressed in rowing, for the wind was contrary ...
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The First Year --Society and Climate.
... When the west wind is blowing freshly, it is brought with most pleasant coolness
into the house through platted screens of scented grass, on which water is ...
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A Letter from a West Indian Cottage Ornee
... Yet these West Indians only mourn over its desolation and disfigurement; and point
to ... of the bamboo clumps, as they creak and rattle sadly in the wind, and the ...
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On Heavenly Objects
... The right wind is the same as the north wind; in Solomon: a hard wind is from the ...
assumes that name of good, or because of the right would be the west, that is ...
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Sowing in the Wind, Reaping under Clouds
... of the wind. Who manages the wind? You distrust him who is Lord of the
north, and south, and east, and west. If you cannot reap ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookExodus 10:19
And the LORD turned a mighty strong west wind, which took away the locusts, and cast them into the Red sea; there remained not one locust in all the coasts of Egypt.Torrey's Topical Textbook
The Wind of False Doctrines
The Wind of Iniquity Which Leads to Destruction
The Wind of Molten Images
The Wind of Terrors Which Pursue the Soul
The Wind of the Life of Man
The Wind of the Operations of the Holy Spirit
The Wind of the Speeches of the Desperate
The Wind: (Bringing Forth) of Disappointed Expectations
The Wind: (Chaff or Stubble Before) of the Wicked
The Wind: (Feeding Upon) of Vain Hopes
The Wind: (Sowing) a Course of Sin
The Wind: (When Destructive) the Judgments of God
The Wind: (Without Rain) One Who Boasts of a False Gift
The Wind: Accomplishes the Purposes of God
The Wind: Drying Nature of
The Wind: East
The Wind: Euroclydon
The Wind: Frequently Brings Rain
The Wind: from the North Drives Away Rain
The Wind: God: Assuages
The Wind: God: Brings Forth, out of his Treasuries
The Wind: God: Changes
The Wind: God: Created
The Wind: God: Gathers, in his Hand
The Wind: God: Raises
The Wind: God: Restrains
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Calmed by Casting out Jonah
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Calmed by Christ
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Locusts Brought By
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Locusts Removed By
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Quails Brought By
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Raises on Account of Jonah
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Red Sea Divided By
The Wind: Miracles Connected With: Rocks and Mountains Rent By
The Wind: Movement of the Leaves of Trees By, Noticed
The Wind: North
The Wind: Often Blighting
The Wind: Purifying Nature of
The Wind: South
The Wind: Tempestuous: Destroys Houses
The Wind: Tempestuous: Drives About the Largest Ships
The Wind: Tempestuous: Raises the Sea in Waves
The Wind: The Simoom or Pestilential Wind
The Wind: The Whirlwind
The Wind: Theory of, Above Man's Comprehension
The Wind: Variable Nature of
The Wind: West
The Wind: when Violent Called: Fierce Wind
The Wind: when Violent Called: Great and Strong Wind
The Wind: when Violent Called: Mighty Wind
The Wind: when Violent Called: Rough Wind
The Wind: when Violent Called: Storm
The Wind: when Violent Called: Stormy Wind
The Wind: when Violent Called: Tempest
The Wind: when Violent Called: Windy Storm
Wind of Heresy
Wind of the Judgments of God
Wind of the Spirit
Wind: East in Canaan
Wind: East in the Valley of the Euphrates River
Wind: East: At the City of Nineveh
Wind: East: Hot and Blasting in Egypt
Wind: East: Tempestuous in the Land of Uz
Wind: North: Free from Humidity in Canaan
Wind: South: Purifying
Wind: South: Soothing
Wind: South: Tempestuous
Wind: West: Took Away the Plague of Locusts from the Land of Egypt
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