Strong's Hebrew220. averah -- a stall -- cote...
219b, 220. averah. 221 . a stall -- cote
. Transliteration: averah Phonetic
Spelling: (av-ay-raw') Short Definition: stall. ...
for urvah, qv. a stall -- cote ... /hebrew/220.htm - 5k
1448. gederah -- a wall
... hedge, wall. Feminine of gader; enclosure (especially for flocks) -- (sheep-)
cote (fold) hedge, wall. see HEBREW gader. 1447, 1448. ...
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6629. tson -- small cattle, sheep and goats, flock
... a collective name for a flock (of sheep or goats); also figuratively (of men) --
(small) cattle, flock (+ -s), lamb (+ -s), sheep((-cote, -fold, -shearer ...
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... Ill in the heart of good. The last are first, the first are last,. As angel eyes
behold; These from the sheep-cote sternly cast,. Those welcomed to the fold. ...
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Of the Promises Made to David in his Son, which are in no Wise ...
... to build Him a house of cedar, he says, "And now thus shalt thou say unto my servant
David, Thus saith God Almighty, I took thee from the sheep-cote that thou ...
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Some Other Memorable Places of the City.
... Thence bending to the south, he shut up the mountain round, to the rock called the
Dove-cote,"and the hill beyond, which lies over the valley of Siloam. ...
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... The dove fleeth not to its cote unless the eagle doth pursue it; so sins like eagles
pursue the timid soul, making it fly into the clefts of the Rock Christ ...
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... From the pinnacle of power he had declined precipitately to the obscurest office
in the priesthood. This bird-cote shrine was his. "Art thou seasoned? ...
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The Incomparable Bridegroom and his Bride
... going then. When Christ draws us, how swiftly do we fly, as the dove to
the dove-cote, when Jesu's grace enticeth us. Running soon ...
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Scenes in the Lives of the Patriarchs.
... [Illustration: The Welcome to a Wayward Son.]. If the country was infested by dangerous
men or animals, the owners of the flocks built the fold or sheep-cote. ...
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The Promise in 2 Samuel, Chap. vii.
... Ver.8. "And now, thus shalt thou say unto David My servant: Thus saith the Lord,
of hosts, I took thee from the sheep-cote, from behind the sheep, to be ...
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... When the pigeons are attacked by the hawk their better plan is not to parley, nor
to stay, but swift as they can cut the air and fly to the dove-cote. ...
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... Burkhardt and Ritter. Several interpreters consider [Hebrew: bcrh] to be an
appellative, and assign to it the signification "sheepfold," "cote." But there ...
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