Strong's Hebrew3869. luz -- almond tree, almond wood...
3868, 3869. luz. 3870 . almond tree
wood. Transliteration: luz
Phonetic Spelling: (looz) Short Definition: almond
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8247. shaqed -- almond (tree)
... tree. Word Origin from shaqad Definition almond (tree) NASB Word Usage almond
tree (2), almonds (2). almond tree. From shaqad; the ...
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May the Fifteenth God is Wide-Awake
... "Jeremiah, what seest thou? And I said, I see a rod of an almond tree." "Jeremiah
1:7-19. ... The almond tree is the first to awake from its wintry sleep. ...
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Letter Xli. St. Ambrose in this Letter to his Sister Continues the ...
... 2. In the book of the prophet it is written: "Take to thyself the rod of an almond
tree."  We ought to consider why the Lord said this to the prophet ...
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The Ancestral Home
... sermon on "The Beauty of Old Age"[*] from the words in Ecclesiastes 12:5, "The Almond
Tree shall flourish." It was commemorative of his father, David T. Talmage ...
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Why Miracles are not Usual Works.
... supernatural products. Aaron could no more have made an almond rod blossom
and fructuate on an almond tree, than off it. That a ...
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Then Midas, King of Pessinus, Wishing to Withdraw the Youth from ...
... violets. The mother of the gods sheds tears also,  from which springs
an almond tree, signifying the bitterness of death. [4331 ...
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Finally, that we May Always Abide by the Rule and Definition by ...
... you should happen not to know what this incense is, or what is its origin, it is
a gum flowing from the bark of trees, just as from the almond-tree, the cherry ...
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The Conclusion of the Matter
... of musick shall be brought low; 5. Also when they shall be afraid of that which
is high, and fears shall be in the way, and the almond tree shall flourish, and ...
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The Fifth Commandment
...  There is the grave ancient father, who is venerable for old age; whose grey
hairs are resembled to the white flowers of the almond-tree. ...
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... Not a vine, not an almond tree, was to be seen on the slopes of the sunny hills
round what had once been Heidelberg." (Wolf, Lutherans in America, 175.) Great ...
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Life as a Joy Shadowed by the Judgment
... And terrors shall be in the way; And the almond tree shall blossom, And the
grasshopper shall be a burden, And the caperberry shall burst: ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryAlmond Tree; Almond
This word is found in (Genesis 43:11; Exodus 25:33,34; 37:19,20; Numbers 17:8; Ecclesiastes 12:5; Jeremiah 1:11) in the text of the Authorized Version. It is invariably represented by the same Hebrew word, shaked meaning hasten. (Jeremiah 1:11,12) The almond tree is a native of Asia and North Africa, but it is cultivated in the milder parts of Europe." It resembles the peach tree in form, blossom and fruit. It is in fact only another species of the same genus." The height of the tree is about 12 or 14 feet; the flowers are pink, and arranged for the most part in pairs, the leaves are long, ovate, with a serrated margin and an acute point. The covering of the fruit is down and succulent, enclosing the hard shell which contains the kernel. It is this but for which the tree is chiefly valued. It is curious to observe, in connection with the almond bowls of the golden candlestick, that, in the language of lapidaries, almonds are pieces of rock crystal, even now used in adorning branch candlesticks.
Almond Tree; Almond
Almond: Aaron's Rod of The
Almond: Bowls of Candlestick in the Tabernacle Fashioned After the Nuts of The
Almond: Fruit of
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