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Maacah:  [ma'-a-ka]  1. The mother of Absalom, 2. A small Syrian kingdom adjoining that of Geshur on the western border of...
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Maachah:  [ma'-a-ka]  1. A small Syrian kingdom near Geshur, 2. A daughter of Talmai, 3. The father of Hanan, 4. The...
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Maachathi, Ma-achathi:  [ma-ak'-a-thits]  The two words which denote the...
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Maacathites:  [ma-ak'-a-thits]  The inhabitants of the kingdom of Maachah...
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Maadai, Ma-adai:  [ma-a-da'-i]  One of the sons of Kani, who had married a...
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Maadiah, Ma-adiah:  [ma-a-di'-a]  A priest who returned with Zerubbabel to...
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Maai, Ma-ai:  [ma-a'-i]  An Asaphite musician who took part in the ceremony of...
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Maaleh-acrabbim, Ma-aleh-acrabbim:  [ma'-a-la-a-krab'-im]  A pass on the...
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Maaseiah, Ma-aseiah:  [ma-a-se'-ya]  1. One of the Levites whom David...
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Maasiai, Ma-asiai:  [ma-as'-i-i]  A priest who after the return from Babylon dwelt...
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Maath:  [ma'-ath]  Son of Mattathias in the genealogy of Jesus Christ. Ihe 12th...
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Maaz:  [ma'-az]  Son of Ram, the first-born of Jerahmeel. A descendant of Judah...
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Maaziah, Ma-aziah:  [ma-a-zi'-a]  1. One of the priests who signed the covenant...
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Macaerus:  [ma-ke'-rus]  A castle of the Herods on the southern border of their...
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Maccabees:  [mak'-a-bez]  Originally the surname of Judas, extended to the...
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Maccabees, Books of the:  [mak'-a-bez]  Four books which bear the common...
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Machaerus:  [ma-ke'-rus]  A castle of the Herods on the southern border of their Perean dominions, nine miles east of the...
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Machbena(h):  [mak-be'-na]  A name which occurs in the genealogical list of Judah as the name of a place or offspring...
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Machpelah:  [mak-pe'-la]  A piece of ground and cave purchased by Abraham as a family burying-place. It stands on a hill...
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Magi:  [ma'-ji]  Originally a class of priests among the Persians and Medes who formed the kings privy council and cultivated...
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Magic, Magician(s):  [maj'-ik]  The practice of evoking spirits, or educing the occult powers of nature to produce effects...
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Magog:  [ma'-gog]  The Second of the sons of Japheth and a country or people of which Gog was the prince. It appears as a...
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Mahlon:  [ma'-lon]  The first husband of Ruth. He was the oldest son of Elimelech and Naomi and died childless...
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Malachi:  [mal'-a-ki]  The last of the minor prophets and the writer of the last book of the Old Testament. He exhorted the...
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Malachi, The Book of:  [mal'-a-ki]  The contents of the book are comprised in four chapters. In the Hebrew text the third and...*
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Malchus:  [mal'-kus]  The personal servant or slave of the high priest Caiaphas. Apostle Peter cut off his right ear in the garden...
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Mamre:  [mam'-re]  1. An Amorite chief who was an in alliance with Abraham, 2. A place in the neighbourhood of Hebron where...
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Manasseh:  [ma-nas'-e]  1. Elder of two sons of Joseph, 2. A tribe associated with Ephraim and Benjamin, 3. King of Judah...
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Maranatha:  [mar-a-nath'-a]  An Aramaic or Syriac expression used by the Apostle Paul. It signifies that the Lord is coming...
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Mark:  [mark]  The Roman name Mark was given to the evangelist John. He went with Paul and Barnabas on their first journey...
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Mark, The Book of (the Gospel of):  [mahrk]  The Gospel begins with the ministry of John the Baptist and ends with the...
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Mary:  [ma'-ri]  A Hebrew, feminine proper name. 1. Wife of Joseph, mother of Jesus, the Virgin Mary, 2. Mary Magdalene...
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Matthew:  [math'-u]  One of the tweleve apostles and an evangelist. A common Jewish name after the Exile, Matthew was the...
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Matthew, The Book of (the Gospel of):  [math'-u]  This Gospel takes the life of Jesus as it was lived on earth, and his character...
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Matthias:  [ma-thi'-as]  A constant attendant upon Jesus during the whole course of his ministry. The apostle was elected to fill...
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Megiddo(n):  [me-gid'-o]  One of the royal cities of the Canaanites. Here Sisera and Barak famously battled and Josiah, King...
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Mephibosheth:  [me-fib'-o-sheth]  1. Son of Saul by his concubine rizpah, crucified and left under the sun for five months. 2...
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Mesha:  [me'-sha]  1. King of Moab, at war with Israel, he offered his son as a sacrifice, 2. Eldest son of Caleb, 3. A boundary...
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Mesopotamia:  [mes-o-ta'-mi-a]  The region between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. Here the ancestors of the Hebrews...
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Micah:  [mi'-ka]  1. The son of Mephibosheth, 2. A Levite who signed the covenant with Nehemiah, 3. The father of Mattaniah...
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Micah, The Book of:  [mi'-ka]  the sixth in order of the so-called minor prophets. The superscription to this book states that the...
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Midian:  [mid'-i-an]  Son of Abraham by his concubine Keturah. Ancestor of the Midianites, or Arabians living mainly in the...
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Miriam:  [mir'-i-am]  1. The sister of Moses and Aaron. Called the prophetess, her name is prominent in the history of the...
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Mizpah:  [miz'-pa]  1. A place where Jacob and Laban set up a memorial pile of stones, 2. A town in Gilead, where Jephthah...
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Mizra-im, Mizraim:  [miz'-ra-im]  1. The usual name of Egypt as found in the Old Testament, 2. A son of Ham, youngest son...
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Moab, Moabite(s):  [mo'-ab]  Moab was the son of Lots eldest daughter, the progenitor of the Moabites. The land or country of...
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Molech, Moloch:  [mo'-lek]  The fire god of the Ammonites to whom children were sacrificed by fire. His face was a calf and...
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Money:  [mun'-i]  A common medium of exchange. Various items and terms are used in the Bible for both coined and uncoined...
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Month:  [munth]  The month among the Jews was lunar, commencing by the observation of the new moon and formed the...
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Mordecai:  [mor'-de-ki]  The son of Jair, of the tribe of Benjamin. He adopted his cousin Esther, an orphan child. Through...
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Moses:  [mo'-zez]  (drawn forth), The legislator of the Jewish people and in a certain sense the founder of the Jewish religion...
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Mount Hermon:  [mount hur'-mon]  A mountain on the northeastern border of Palestine, over against Lebanon, adjoining the...
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Mount of Olives:  [mount uhv ol'-ivz]  A mountain ridge on the east of Jerusalem, so called for the olive trees with which its...
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Mount Sinai:  [mount si'-ni]  The mountain district reached by the Hebrews in the third month after the Exodus. There Moses...
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Muaz:  [ma'-az]  (wood; wooden, wrath) Son of Ram, the first-born of Jerahmeel. A descendant of Judah...
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Myrrh:  [mur]  A fragrant resin, principal ingredient in the holy anointing oil and valuable for its perfume. Myrrh formed part of...
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