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  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: PROFANED

    Profaned: PROFANED, participle passive Violated; treated with irreverence or abuse; applied to common uses; polluted.

    Used 15 times in the Bible First Reference: Leviticus 19:8 Last Reference: Malachi 2:11
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  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: GIRD

    Gird: GIRD, noun gurd. [Eng. a yard.]1. A twitch or pang; a sudden spasm, which resembles the stroke of a rod or the pressure of a band. 2. In popular language, a severe stroke of a stick or whip.GIRD, verb transitive gurd....  more
  • King James Bible
  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: HITTITES

    Hittites: Palestine and Syria appear to have been originally inhabited by three different tribes. 1. The Semites, living on the east of the isthmus of Suez. They were nomadic and pastoral tribes. 2. The Phoenicians, who...  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: KINE

    Kine: the plural of cow. [BULL, BULLOCK]

    Used 24 times in the Bible First Reference: Genesis 32:15 Last Reference: Amos 4:1
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: ASHDOD

    Ashdod: Stronghold, a Philistine city (Josh. 15:47), about midway between Gaza and Joppa, and 3 miles from the Mediterranean. It was one of the chief seats of the worship of Dagon (1 Sam. 5:5). It belonged to the tribe of...  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: ELIAB

    Eliab: (God is my father). Son of Helon and leader of the tribe of Zebulun at the time of the census in the wilderness of Sinai. (Numbers 1:9; 2:7; 7:24,29; 10:16) (B.C. 1490.) A Reubenite, father of Dathan and Abiram....  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: WHEREON

    Whereon: WHEREON, adverb [where and on.]1. On which; as the ground whereon we tread. 2. On what. whereon do we stand?

    Used 27 times in the Bible First Reference: Genesis 28:13 Last Reference: John 4:38
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: SARAI

    Sarai: (my princess) the original name of Sarah wife of Abraham.

    Used 16 times in the Bible First Reference: Genesis 11:29 Last Reference: Genesis 17:15
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: GERSHON

    Gershon: (exile). The eldest of the three sons of Levi, born before the descent of Jacobs family into Egypt. (Genesis 46:11; Exodus 6:16) (B.C. before 1706.) But, though the eldest born, the families of Gershon were...  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: BOAZ

    Boaz: (fleetness). A wealthy Bethlehemite kinsman to Elimelech the husband of Naomi. He married Ruth, and redeemed the estates of her deceased husband Mahlon. (Ruth 4:1) Boaz is mentioned in the genealogy of Christ, (Matthew...  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: FIRSTFRUITS

    Firstfruits: The law ordered in general that the first of all ripe fruits and of liquors, or, as it is twice expressed, the first of first-fruits, should be offered in Gods house. (Exodus 22:29; 23:19; 34:27) It was an...  more