The Wind: East
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Job 27:21
The east wind carries him away, and he departs: and as a storm hurles him out of his place.
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Ezekiel 17:10
Yes, behold, being planted, shall it prosper? shall it not utterly wither, when the east wind touches it? it shall wither in the furrows where it grew.
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Hosea 13:15
Though he be fruitful among his brothers, an east wind shall come, the wind of the LORD shall come up from the wilderness, and his spring shall become dry, and his fountain shall be dried up: he shall spoil the treasure of all pleasant vessels.
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2148. Eurokludon -- Euroklydon, northeast wind
... Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: Eurokludon Phonetic Spelling:
(yoo-rok-loo'-dohn) Short Definition: an east-north-east wind Definition: an east ...
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2146b. Eurakulon -- the Euraquilo, a northeast wind
... Word Origin from Euros (the east wind) and the Latin Aquilo (the north wind) Definition
the Euraquilo, a northeast wind NASB Word Usage Euraquilo (1). ...
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Strong's Hebrew
6921. qadim -- east, east wind
... 6920, 6921. qadim. 6922 . east, east wind. Transliteration: qadim Phonetic
Spelling: (kaw-deem') Short Definition: east. Word Origin ...
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8486. teman -- south, south wind
... south side,. Or teman {tay-mawn'}; denominative from yamiyn; the south (as being
on the right hand of a person facing the east) -- south (side, -ward, wind). ...
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2759. charishi -- perhaps sultry
... vehement. From charash in the sense of silence; quiet, ie Sultry (as feminine noun,
the sirocco or hot east wind) -- vehement. see HEBREW charash. 2758, 2759 ...
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Ode to the North-East Wind
... ODE TO THE NORTH-EAST WIND. Welcome, wild North-easter. Shame it is to see Odes
to every zephyr; Ne'er a verse to thee. Welcome, black North-easter! ...
/.../kingsley/andromeda and other poems/ode to the north-east wind.htm

Visiting Relatives in the East
... The animal became frightened at the sound of the wind-mill where we were watering,
and ... my body, and my brother and I soon started on our journey east again. ...
/.../cole/trials and triumphs of faith/chapter xviii visiting relatives in.htm

Accidental Causes of Corruption.
... Its name however is sufficiently intelligible; being compounded of Euros, the
south-east wind,' and kludon, a tempest:' a compound which happily survives ...
/.../chapter iv accidental causes of.htm

A Prisoner who Became a Mighty Ruler
... Also seven ears, thin and withered by the east wind, grew up after them.
The thin ears swallowed up the seven plump, full ears. ...
/...// childrens bible/a prisoner who became a.htm

... This is indicated by the name Euroclydon, which Bloomfield translates "the
wave-stirring easter." Such a wind, varying from north-east to south-east, is said ...
/.../mcgarvey/a commentary on acts of the apostles/acts xxvii.htm

Chapter xli
... time: and, lo, there were seven ears of grain coming up on one stalk, plump and
nice; and, lo, seven ears, thin and blasted by the east wind, were sprouting up ...
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The Delights of North Wales
... But the wind coming to the east, he would not go; so about noon we went on board.
In two or three hours we reached the mouth of the harbor. It then fell calm. ...
/.../wesley/the journal of john wesley/the delights of north wales.htm

How Coinred, King of the Mercians, and Offa, King of the East ...
... With him went the son of Sighere, the king of the East Saxons whom we mentioned ... the
Apostolic Pope, he took ship, and was driven by a west wind into Frisland ...
/.../bede/bedes ecclesiastical history of england/chap xix how coinred king.htm

The Angel of Death
... northern Goshen. The wind faltered and died; the stars, strewn down the
east, paled and went out, one by one. Fragmentary clouds ...
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Another Ninety-Mile Journey
... The wind being east, I was pleasing myself that we should have it on our back; but
in a quarter of an hour it shifted to the northwest and blew the rain full ...
/.../wesley/the journal of john wesley/another ninety-mile journey.htm


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: Blasting

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: Figurative

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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