Poet
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(n.) One skilled in making poetry; one who has a particular genius for metrical composition; the author of a poem; an imaginative thinker or writer.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
POET

po'-et (poietes, "a maker"): Occurs in this sense only in Acts 17:28, where Paul quotes from the general expression of Greek mythology. The quotation if intended to be exact is probably from Aratus, as the words of Paul in his speech at Athens precisely agree with the opening words of the Phaenomena by Aratus. A similar but not identical expression is found in the Hymn to Zeus by Cleanthes. Aratus in his poem endeavors to posit Jupiter as the father and controller of all things, and worthy to be worshipped. In both his poem and that of Cleanthes, but especially in the latter, there is a true and lofty note of spiritual devotion. Paul takes this praise and devotion offered by the Greek poets to their unknown or fictitious gods and bestows it upon the one true God whom he declared unto the people of Athens.

C. E. Schenk

Greek
4163. poietes -- a maker, a doer
... a doer. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: poietes Phonetic Spelling:
(poy-ay-tace') Short Definition: a doer, performer, poet Definition: (a) a ...
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4396. prophetes -- a prophet (an interpreter or forth-teller of ...
... the divine will). Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: prophetes Phonetic
Spelling: (prof-ay'-tace) Short Definition: a prophet, poet Definition: a ...
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Strong's Hebrew
1864. darom -- the south
... Word Origin from the same as deror Definition the south NASB Word Usage south (17).
south. Of uncertain derivation; the south; poet. The south wind -- south. ...
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Library

The Poet.
... Lecture II. THE POET. ... The art of the poet was not always equal to the strength of
his passion or the length of his vision, or the urgency of his meaning. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/smith/jeremiah/lecture ii the poet.htm

Lovely to a Poet or an Artist's Eye is the Unevenly-Built and ...
... II. Lovely to a poet or an artist's eye is the unevenly-built and picturesque
square of� Lovely to a poet or an artist's eye is ...
//christianbookshelf.org/corelli/the master-christian/ii lovely to a poet.htm

Some Desires Being the Same in All, are Known to Each. The Poet ...
... Book XIII. Chapter 3."Some Desires Being the Same in All, are Known to
Each. The Poet Ennius. 6. There is, indeed, so closely ...
/.../augustine/on the holy trinity/chapter 3 some desires being the.htm

The Glorious Habitation
... We first of all find him as Moses the poet, singing the song which is aptly joined
with that of Jesus, in the Revelation, where it says, "The song of Moses and ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 1 1855/the glorious habitation.htm

Whittier
... Whittier, John Greenleaf, commonly known as the "Quaker Poet," was born at Haverhill,
Mass., December 17, 1807; and died at Hampton Falls, NH, September 7, 1892 ...
//christianbookshelf.org/nutter/hymn writers of the church/whittier.htm

Making the Man.
... Edward Young had just published his "Night Thoughts," Thomson, the poet and author
of "The Seasons," and Isaac Watts had just passed away, Lord Littleton had ...
//christianbookshelf.org/maclean/william black/ii making the man.htm

Friedrich Von Spee
... But the earliest poet of this school deserves notice both for his own sake, and
because he is the first Roman Catholic poet of any note since the Reformation. ...
/.../winkworth/christian singers of germany/friedrich von spee.htm

Tennyson
... Tennyson. Tennyson, Alfred, the English poet, was the son of a clergyman. ... Upon the
death of Wordsworth, in 1850, he was appointed Poet Laureate. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/nutter/hymn writers of the church/tennyson.htm

Tate
... Tate. Tate, Nahum, the English poet, was the son of an Irish clergyman, and
was born at Dublin in 1652. ... In 1692 he became Poet Laureate. ...
//christianbookshelf.org/nutter/hymn writers of the church/tate.htm

Homer's Obligations to the Sacred Writers.
... of this? To show that the poet transferred to his own poem much of what
is contained in the divine writings of the prophets. And ...
/.../chapter xxviii homers obligations to the.htm

Thesaurus
Poet
...POET. po'-et (poietes, "a maker"): Occurs in this sense only in Acts 17:28, where
Paul quotes from the general expression of Greek mythology. ...
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Ossifrage (2 Occurrences)
... But tortoises and serpents are his ordinary food...No doubt it was a lammer-geier
that mistook the bald head of the poet AEschylus for a stone, and dropped on ...
/o/ossifrage.htm - 10k

Habakkuk (3 Occurrences)
... thought of them causes him to tremble; nevertheless, he calls for a repetition of
the ancient manifestations (3:2). In majestic pictures the poet describes the ...
/h/habakkuk.htm - 26k

Poem (6 Occurrences)

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David (1052 Occurrences)
... I. NAME AND GENEALOGY II. EARLY YEARS 1. Shepherd 2. Slinger 3. Harpist
4. Poet 5. Psalmist 6. Tribesman III. IN THE SERVICE OF ...
/d/david.htm - 93k

Poetry
... In the oldest specimens of Hebrew poetry there is a naive simplicity which excludes
the idea of conscious article In the latest the poet is much more conscious ...
/p/poetry.htm - 48k

Tarsus (5 Occurrences)
... Artemidorus and Diodorus the grammarians and Dionysides the tragic poet, a member
of the group of seven writers known as "the Pleiad," complete Strabo's list ...
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Psalms (44 Occurrences)
... He seems to have invented new instruments of music (Amos 6:5). (b) He is recognized
by critics of all schools as a poet of no mean ability. ...
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Vulture (16 Occurrences)
... tortoise also, and is said to have dropped the one that struck the bald head of
Aeschylus, which the bird mistook for a stone, so causing the death of the poet...
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Note (129 Occurrences)
... 19. (n.) State of being under observation. 20. (n.) Reputation; distinction;
as, a poet of note. 21. (n.) Stigma; brand; reproach. 22. ...
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