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Dabareh, Daberath:  [dab'-a-re]  A city in the territory of Issachar, on the boundary between that tribe and Zebulun. It is the...
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Dabbasheth:  [dab'-e-sheth]  A town on the western boundary of Zebulun. It is probably identical with the modern Dabsheh...
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Dacobi, Dacubi, Dakubi:  [da-ku'-bi]  Head of a family of gate-keepers...
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Daddeus:  [da-de'-us]  The captain, who was in the place of the treasury. Ezra...
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Dagon:  [da'-gon]  The national god of the Philistines. This idol had the body...
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Dagon's House:  [da-gons houz]  The sanctuary or temple of Dagon. 1. One...
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Daily:  [da'-li]  Day by day continuously or one day after another in succession...
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Daily Sacrifice:  [da'-li sak'-ri-fis]  A burnt offering of two lambs, a year old...
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Dainties, Dainty (Meats):  [dan'-tis]  Luxuries, costly, delicate and rare. They...
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Daisan:  [da'-san]  Head of a family of temple servants. He is called Rezin in...
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Dalaiah:  [de-la'-ya]  1. A descendant of the royal family of Judah, 2. A priest in...
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Dalan:  [da'-lan]  Head of a family that returned to Jerusalem with Zerubbabel...
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Daleth ד:  [da'-leth]  4th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, used in Psalms 119 to...
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Dalmanutha:  [dal-ma-nu'-tha]  A town on the west side of the Sea of Galilee...
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Damascus:  [da-mas'-kus]  An ancient and important city of Syria, situated 130...
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Dan:  [dan]  1. Fifth son of Jacob and Bilhah, Rachel's maid, 2. A territory that...
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Daniel:  [dan'-yel]  (judgment of God), (2) The fourth of the greater prophets whose life and prophecies are recorded in the...
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Daniel, The Book of:  [dan'-yel]  is ranked by the Jews in that division of their Bible called the Hagiographa (Heb. Khethubim)...
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Darius:  [da-ri'-us]  (he that informs himself) The name of several kings of Media and Persia. (1) Darius the Mede, (2) Darius...
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David:  [da'-vid]  (well-beloved), The son of Jesse and father of Solomon. Anointed by Samuel, he defeated Goliath, became...
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Dead Sea:  [ded see]  An inland lake in the deepest part of the depression of the Arabah. In the Bible, called the Salt Sea...
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Deborah:  [deb'-o-ra]  1. The nurse of Rebekah, 2. A prophetess, fourth in the order of the judges who roused the people of...
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Decapolis:  [de-kap'-o-lis]  A district on the east and south-east of the Sea of Galilee containing ten cities which were chiefly...
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Delilah:  [de-li'-la]  A Philistine woman who dwelt in the valley of Sorek and betrayed Samson. She was bribed by the...
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Demon, Daemon, Demoniac, Demonology:  [dem'-mon]  Spiritual beings, at enmity with God. They have a certain power...
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Denarius:  [de-na'-ri-us]  The principal Roman silver coin in the time of Jesus Christ, worth about 15 - 20 cents. It was the...
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Deuel, De-uel:  [du'-el]  Father of Eliasaph, the captain of the tribe of Gad at the time of the numbering of the people at Sinai...
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Deuteronomy, The Book of:  [du-ter-on'-o-mi]  In all the Hebrew manuscripts the Pentateuch (q.v.) forms one roll or volume...
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Devil:  [dev'-'-l]  The arch-enemy of man's spiritual interest. The word is the translation of the Hebrew sair, meaning goat or...
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Diblah, Diblath:  [dib'-la]  A name that occurs only in the Book of Ezekiel and has not been identified. It may possibly be...
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Didymus:  [did'-i-mus]  A surname of the apostle Thomas. Characterized as a man slow to believe, yet full of ardent love of...
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Dinah:  [di'-na]  Daughter of Jacob by Leah, and sister of Simeon and Levi. She was seduced by Shechem, son of Hamor...
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Disciple(s):  [di-si'-p'-l]  Followers of Jesus Christ who 1. believe his doctrine, 2. rest on his sacrifice, 3. imbibe his spirit...
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Divination:  [div-i-na'-shun]  A foretelling future events, or discovering things secret by the aid of superior beings, or other...
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Dove:  [duv]  A bird of the family Columbidae and so closely related to the pigeon that they were often spoken and written of...
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Dress:  [dress]  Numerous synonyms for dress are found in English Versions of the Bible including apparel, attire, clothes...
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Dromedary:  [drum'-e-da-ri]  An African or Arabian species of camel having only one hump, while the Bactrian camel has two...
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Drusilla:  [droo-sil'-a]  Third and youngest daughter of Herod Agrippa I. Felix, the Roman procurator of Judea, induced her to...
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Dwarf:  [dworf]  A lean or emaciated person. The rendering in English Versions of the Bible of the Hebrew word dak, thin or...
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Dwell:  [dwel]  In the Old Testament dwell is a translation of 9 words, of which by far the most frequent is yashabh or to sit...
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Dwellings:  [dwel-ings]  The form of Eastern dwellings differed in many respects from that of dwellings in Western lands...
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Dye:  [di]  The art of dyeing is one of great antiquity, although no special mention is made of it in the Old Testament. The...
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Dysentery:  [dis'-en-ter-i]  The disease by which the father of Publius was affected in Malta at the time of Paul's shipwreck...
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