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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) A strong current of air; a wind between a stiff breeze and a hurricane. The most violent gales are called tempests.

2. (n.) A moderate current of air; a breeze.

3. (n.) A state of excitement, passion, or hilarity.

4. (v. i.) To sale, or sail fast.

5. (n.) A song or story.

6. (v. i.) To sing.

7. (n.) A plant of the genus Myrica, growing in wet places, and strongly resembling the bayberry. The sweet gale (Myrica Gale) is found both in Europe and in America.

8. (n.) The payment of a rent or annuity.

2978. lailaps -- a hurricane
... intens. prefix lai- and a prim. root lap- Definition a hurricane NASB Word
Usage fierce gale (1), gale (1), storm (1). storm, tempest. ...
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5492. cheimazo -- to expose to winter cold, to drive with storm
... be tossed with tempest. From the same as cheimon; to storm, ie (passively) to
labor under a gale -- be tossed with tempest. see GREEK cheimon. ...
// - 6k

840. austeros -- harsh, severe
... austere, strict. From a (presumed) derivative of the same as aer (meaning blown);
rough (properly as a gale), ie (figuratively) severe -- austere. see GREEK aer ...
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4578. seismos -- a commotion, shaking
... earthquake, tempest. From seio; a commotion, ie (of the air) a gale, (of the
ground) an earthquake -- earthquake, tempest. see GREEK seio. ...
// - 6k

Strong's Hebrew
5492a. suphah -- a storm wind
... Word Origin from suph Definition a storm wind NASB Word Usage gale (1), storm (3),
tempest (2), whirlwind (8), windstorms (1). 5492, 5492a. suphah. 5492b . ...
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5883. En Rogel -- a place near Jer.
En Rogel. 5882, 5883. En Rogel. 5884 . a place near Jer. Transliteration: En
Rogel Phonetic Spelling: (ane ro-gale') Short Definition: En-rogel. ...
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That we Ought to Acknowledge all the Love we Bear to God to be ...
... Our free-will can stay and hinder the course of the inspiration and when the favourable
gale of God's grace swells the sails of our soul it is in our power to ...
/.../francis/treatise on the love of god/chapter vi that we ought.htm

Voyage to China
... No small comfort was this; for we had scarcely left the Mersey when a violent
equinoctial gale caught us, and for twelve days we were beating backwards and ...
// retrospect/chapter viii voyage to china.htm

A Strain of Jonah the Prophet.
... Creaks shuddering; and the tree-like mast itself. 65 Bends to the gale, misdoubting
to be riven. Meantime the rising [1206] clamour of the crew. ...
/.../fathers of the third century tertullian appendix/1 a strain of jonah.htm

Preparations for the Invasion of Greece.
... of Mount Athos."Dangerous navigation."Plan of Xerxes for the march of his
expedition."Former shipwreck of Mardonius."Terrible gale."Destruction of ...
// iv preparations for the.htm

The King's Highway
... A sudden breeze sprang up, as is common at nightfall on mountain lakes; and soon
a gale, against which they could make no headway, was blowing in their teeth. ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture b/the kings highway.htm

(And Last): Homeward Bound
... be put. For now, as we neared the 'roaring forties,' there fell on us
a gale from the north-west, and would not cease. The wind ...
// last/chapter xvii and last homeward.htm

Outward Bound
... These 'roaring forties' seem all strangely devoid of animal life"at least in a December
north-east gale; not a whale did we see"only a pair of porpoises ...
// last/chapter i outward bound.htm

The Ancestral Home
... setting. It was no hurricane blast let loose; but a gale from heaven, that
drove into the dust the blossoms of that almond tree. ...
/.../ years in south china/i the ancestral home.htm

But we must Follow Our Preacher, who Can Only Turn Away with ...
... but the reverse. That ship riding out the gale, holding fast to its anchorage,
is truly a conqueror; but that is all. But the vessel ...
/.../jennings/old groans and new songs/chapter iv but we must.htm

Seasons of Covenanting.
... urging to special devotedness to the Lord's cause,""Who is on the Lord's
side?"[789] In times of reviving, there are transmitted by every gale from heaven ...
/.../cunningham/the ordinance of covenanting/chapter xv seasons of covenanting.htm

Gale (8 Occurrences)
... The sweet gale (Myrica Gale) is found both in Europe and in America. 8. (n.) The
payment of a rent or annuity. Multi-Version Concordance Gale (8 Occurrences). ...
/g/gale.htm - 9k

Crete (7 Occurrences)
... 5. Crete in the New Testament: Crete owes its connection with Pauline history to
the accident of a gale which forced the ship carrying Paul to Rome to take ...
/c/crete.htm - 19k

Strain (5 Occurrences)
... person. 8. (v.) To injure by drawing, stretching, or the exertion of force;
as, the gale strained the timbers of the ship. 9. (v ...
/s/strain.htm - 11k

Lizard (3 Occurrences)
... On the same grounds, choledh, English Versions of the Bible "weasel," Septuagint
gale, might be the mole-rat. See CHAMELEON; TORTOISE; WEASEL. ...
/l/lizard.htm - 16k

Galeed (2 Occurrences)

/g/galeed.htm - 8k

Galbanum (1 Occurrence)

/g/galbanum.htm - 8k

Vanishing (3 Occurrences)
... Acts 27:20 Then, when for several days neither sun nor stars were seen and the terrific
gale still harassed us, the last ray of hope was now vanishing. (WEY). ...
/v/vanishing.htm - 7k

Northeaster (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (n.) A storm, strong wind, or gale, coming from the
northeast. Multi-Version Concordance Northeaster (1 Occurrence). ...
/n/northeaster.htm - 6k

Weasel (1 Occurrence)
... earth." the King James Version and the Revised Version (British and American) agree
in rendering choledh by "weasel," and the Septuagint has gale, "weasel" or ...
/w/weasel.htm - 9k

Gale (8 Occurrences)

Mark 4:37
A big wind storm arose, and the waves beat into the boat, so much that the boat was already filled.
(See NAS)

Luke 8:23
But as they sailed, he fell asleep. A wind storm came down on the lake, and they were taking on dangerous amounts of water.
(See NAS)

Acts 27:15
She was unable to make headway against the gale; so we gave up and let her drive.

Acts 27:20
Then, when for several days neither sun nor stars were seen and the terrific gale still harassed us, the last ray of hope was now vanishing.

Revelation 6:13
The stars in the sky also fell to the earth, as when a fig-tree, upon being shaken by a gale of wind, casts its unripe figs to the ground.

Job 21:18
How often is it that they are as stubble before the wind, as chaff that the storm carries away?
(See NIV)

Isaiah 17:13
But he will put a stop to them, and make them go in flight far away, driving them like the waste of the grain on the tops of the mountains before the wind, and like the circling dust before the storm.

Isaiah 41:16
You will send the wind over them, and it will take them away; they will go in all directions before the storm-wind: you will have joy in the Lord, and be glad in the Holy One of Israel.
(See NIV)



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