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Fable:  [fa'-b'-l]  Anything false and unreal but is used as almost equivalent to parable. Applied in the New Testament to the...
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Face:  [fac]  In Hebrew the translation of three expressions, panim, ayin and aph. It is used in metaphorical expressions or to...
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Fair Havens:  [far ha'-v'-nz]  A harbor in the south of Crete, some 5 miles to...
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Fairs:  [farz]  A word which occurs only in the Book of Ezekiel. The Septuagint...
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Faith:  [fath]  The persuasion of the mind that a certain statement is true. It has...
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Fallow-Deer:  [fal-oh-deer]  This animal, called in Hebrew yahmur, from a word...
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Feast of Tabernacles:  [feest uhv tab'-er-na-k'ls]  The third great annual festival...
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Feast of Trumpets:  [feest uhv truhm-pits ]  A Jewish celebrattion during the first...
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Felix:  [fe'-liks]  A Roman procurator of Judea appointed by the emperor Claudius...
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Fellow:  [fel'-o]  Meant originally as a partner, property, companion, an equal, a...
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Fellowship:  [fel'-o-ship]  The terms communion and fellowship are varying...
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Festus, Porcius :  [fes'-tus, por'-shi-us]  The Roman governor or procurator...
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Food:  [food]  The diet of eastern nations has been in all ages light and simple...
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Footman:  [foot'-man]  1. Fighting men who went on foot from those who were...
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Ford:  [ford]  A pass, passage or to pass over. Mention is frequently made of the fords of the Jordan river, the most notable...
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Forehead:  [for'-ed]  The practice of veiling the face in public for women of the high classes, especially married women. In...
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Forest:  [for'-est]  1. Hebrew ya-ar, meaning a dense wood, from its luxuriance. Thus all the great primeval forests of Syria...
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Forest (Wood) of Ephraim: [woo d uhv e'-fra-im]  A rough country, abounding in rocks, stones and scrub, with occasional...
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Fornication:  [for-ni-ka'-shun]  To commit adultery, especially of the female and less frequently of mere fornication, seldom...
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Fortification(s):  [for-ti-fi-ka'-shun]  Cities fortified or defended. The fortifications of the cities of Palestine, thus regularly...
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Fortunatus:  [for-tu-na'-tus]  A disciple of Corinth who visited Paul at Ephesus and returned with Stephanas and Achaicus...
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Fountain:  [foun'-tin]  A natural source of living water. Palestine was a land of brooks of water, of fountains and depths that...
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Fowl:  [foul]  The word is now generally restricted to the larger, especially the edible birds, but formerly it denoted all flying...
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Fox:  [fac]  A medium-sized dog, with a head like a wolf and is of a bright-yellow color. Probably the jackal is the animal...
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Fragment:  [frag'-ment]  A piece broken off, occurs only in the plural, in the accounts of the miracles of the Loaves in the...
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Frame:  [fram]  Meaning to knead, mold with the fingers, put in order, set in a row or arrange. Also to give, direct or fit or join...
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Frankincense:  [frants'-in-sens]  A vegetable resin, brittle, glittering and of a bitter taste. When burnt, the substance now...*
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