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Laadah:  [la'-a-da]  (to assemble together; to testify; passing over) The son of Shelah and grandson of Judah...
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Laadan:  [la,'-a-dan]  1. An Ephraimite, ancestor of Joshua the son of Nun, 2. The son of Gershom, elsewhere called LIBNI...
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Laban:  [la'-ban]  1. The son of Bethuel, who was the son of Nahor, Abraham's...
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Labana:  [lab'-a-na]   Also known as Lebanah in the Book of Ezra...
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Lacedaemonians:  [las-e-de-mo'-ni-anz]  Inhabitants of Sparta or Lacedaemon...
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Lachet:  [latch-et]  The thong or fastening by which the sandal was attached to...
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Lachish:  [la'-kish]  A royal Canaanitish city in the Shephelah, or maritime plain...
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Lael:  [la'-el]  Father of Eliasaph, prince of the father's house of the Gershonites...
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Lahad:  [la'-had]  Son of Jahath, one of the descendants of Judah...
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Lahai-roi, Lahairoi:  [la-hi'-roi]  The name of the famous well of Hagars relief, in...
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Lahmam:  [la'-mam]  A town in Judean Shephelah possibly the modern el-Lachm...
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Lahmi:  [la'-mi]  The brother of Goliath the Gittite, slain by Elhanan the son of Zair...
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Laish:  [la'-ish]  1. A city in the upper Jordan valley, apparently colonized by the...
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Lamech:  [la'-mek]  1. The fifth lineal descendant from Cain who fearing neither...
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Lamentation(s):  [lam-en-ta'-shun]  A form of poetry and frequent accompaniment...
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Lamentations, The Book of:  [lam-en-ta'-shun]  In the Hebrew canon 'Ekhah...
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Land of Uz:  [land uhv 'uts]  Where Job lived, probably somewhere to the east or south-east of Palestine and north of Edom...
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Lapidoth, Lappidoth:  [lap'-i-doth]  The inhabitants of Laodicea. Some have taken the words which render wife of Lappidoth...
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Law:  [lo]  A definite commandment laid down by any recognized authority. Moral Law is the revealed will of God as to...
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Leah:  [le'-a]  The eldest daughter of Laban, and sister of Rachel. She became the wife of Jacob by the deceit of her father...
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Lebanon:  [leb'-a-non]  A mountain range in the north of Palestine, represented in Scripture as lying upon the northern...
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Lebbaeus, Lebbeus:  [le-be'-us]  A surname of Jude, one of the twelve apostles. He is also called Thaddaeus and not to be...
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Levi:  [le'-vi]  1. The third son of Jacob by Leah, 2. Father of Matthat and son of Simeon, of the ancestors of Christ, 3. One...
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Levite(s):  [le'-vits]  A descendant of the tribe of Levi. This name is, however, generally used as the title of that portion of...
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Leviticus, The Book of:  [le-vit'-i-kus]  the third book of the Pentateuch; so called in the Vulgate, after the LXX., because it...
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Libnah:  [lib'-na]  1. One of the stations of the Israelites in the wilderness, between Sinai and Kadesh. 2. One of the royal...
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Libni:  [lib'-ni]  1. The eldest son of Gershon the son of Levi, ancestor of the family of the Libnites. 2. The son of Mahli or...
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Ligure:  [lig'-ur]  The name of a stone in the third row on the breastplate of the high priest. Some have suggest that this...
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Linen:  [lin'-en]  The Hebrew term Pishet denotes cloth made from flax. Other different Hebrew words are also rendered as...
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Lish:  [la'-ish]  (lion) 1. A city in the upper Jordan valley, apparently colonized by the Sidonians, which was captured by the...
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Lo-Ammi:  [lo-am'-i]  The figurative name given by the prophet Hosea to his second son by Gomer. The name denotes the...
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Lo-Ruhamah:  [lo-roo-ha'-ma]  The name of the daughter of Hosea the prophet, given to denote the utterly ruined condition...
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LORD:  [lord]  1. The Hebrew term Jehovah rendered in the English Bible. It is the proper name of God. 2. Hebrew 'adon...
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Lord's Supper:  [lords suhp-er]  A rite of Christian worship, instituted by Jesus Christ upon the eve of His atoning death...
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Lot:  [lot]  1. The nephew of Abraham, whom he accompanied into Canaan, then left to settle in Sodom. 2. Hebrew goral, a...
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Luke:  [luk]  (luminous or white) An evangelist and a Gentile. It is probable that he was a physician in Troas and was there...
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Luke, The Book of (the Gospel of):  [luk]  was written by Luke. He does not claim to have been an eye-witness of our Lord's...
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Luz:  [luz]  1. A nut-bearing tree, 2. The ancient name of a royal Canaanitish city near the site of Bethel, 3. A place in the land...
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LXX (Septuagint): [sep'-tu-a-jint]  The Greek version of the Old Testament, also known as the LXX or Alexandrian version...
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Lycaonia:  [lik-a-o'-ni-a]  An inland province of Asia Minor, on the west of Cappadocia and south of Galatia. It was a Roman...
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Lystra:  [lis'-tra]  A town of Lycaonia, in Asia Minor, in a wild district and among a rude population. Here Apostle Paul and...
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