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Gen31:13. vowedst a vow unto me:
22:18. for all his vows,
21. to accomplish (his) vow,
23. but for a vow it shall not be accepted.
23:38. and beside all your vous, 17? [nāh-dūhn'], m.
27: 2.a man shall make a singular vow,
Nu. 6: 2. separate (themselves) to vow a vow Eze.16:33. thou givest thy gifts
5. the days of the vow of his separation
21. according to the vow which he vowed, 15: 3, 8. a sacrifice in performing a vow,
21: 2. Israel vowed a vow unto the Lord, 1Ch 21:27. he put up his sword again into the sheath
29:39. beside your vows, and your freewill thereof.
30: 2(3). If a man vow a vow
314). If a woman also vow a vow
4(5). her father hear her vow, 1727) nid-neh', Ch. m.
-(-). then all her vows shall stand,
5(6). not any of her vous, Dan. 7:15. in my spirit in the midst of (my) body,
617). when she vowed, (lit. and her vows were (marg. sheath)
9/16), But every vow of a widow,
11(12). then all her vows shall stand, Job 32:13. God thrusteth him down,
12(13) out of her lips concerning her vous, I's. 1: 4. which the wind driveth away.
13(14). Every vow, and every binding 68: 2(3). (so) drive (them) away:
14(15). establisheth all her vows,
Deul2: 6. and your vows, and your freewill offerings, * NIPHAL.- Preterite. *
11. all your choice vows Isa. 19: 7. every thing sown by the brooks, shall 17. nor any of thy vows wither, be driven away,
26. and thy vows, thou shalt take, NIPHAL.-Infinitive.
23:18(19). Thou shalt not bring the hire of a
whore,...for any vow : Ps. 68: 2(3). As smoke is driven away,
21(22). When thou shalt vow a vow NIPHAL.-Participle.
Jud.11:30. And Jephthah vowed a vow Lev.26:36. the sound of a shaken (marg. driven) leat
drive leat! 39. (according) to his vow Job 13:25. a leaf driven to and fro?
1 Sa. 1:11. And she vowed a vow, Pro.21: 6.a vanity tossed to and fro
21. the yearly sacrifice, and his vow. Isa. 41: 2. as driven stubble to his bow.
2Sa.15: 7. let me go and pay my vow,
8. For thy servant vowed a vow
Job 22:27. und thou shalt pay thy vows. 772 nāh-dar'.
Ps. 22:25( 26). I will pay my vows * KAL.-Preterite, *
50:14. pay thy rows unto the most high:
56:12(13). Thy vows (are) upon me, Gen31:13. where thou vowedst a vow
61: 5(6). hast heard my rows : Nu. 30:10(11). if she vowed in her husband's house,
819). that I may daily perform my vows. Deu23:23 21). thou hast vowed unto the Lord
65: 1(2). unto thee shall the vow be performed. Jud. 11:39. his vow which he had vored :
66:13. I will pay thee my vows, 2Sa.15: 7.1 have vowed unto the Lord,
116:14, 18. I will pay my vows 8. thy servant vowed a vow
| Pro. 7:14. this day have I payed my vows. Ps. 132: 2. vowed unto the mighty (God)
20:25. after vows to make enquiry. Isa. 19:21. yea, they shull vow a vow
31: 2. the son of my vows ? Jer. 44:25. our vows that we have vowed,
Ecc. 5: 4(3). When thou vowest a vow
Isa. 19:21. they shall vow a vow
Jer. 44:25. We will surely perform our vows
- ye will surely accomplish your vous, and Dcu23:22(23). if thou shalt forbear to vow,
surely perform your vows.
Jon. 1:16. offered a sacrifice...and made vows.
Nah. 1:15(2:1). perform thy vows :
KAL.-Future. Gen28:20. And Jacob vowed a vow,
Ai nõh’åh, m. Xu. 6:21.the Nazarite who hath vowed,
- according to the vow which he vowed, Eze. 7:11. neither (shall there be) wailing 21: 2. And Israel vowed a vow 30; 2(3). If a man vow a vow 3(4). If a woman also vow a vow
27 nūh-hag'. Deu12:11. which ye vow unto the Lord: 17.any of thy vows which thou vowest,
* KAL.- Preterite. * 23:21(22). When thou shalt vow a vow
1 Sa.30:20. the Hocks and the herds, (which) they Jud 11:30. And Jephthah vowed a vow
drave I Sa. 1:11. And she towed a vow,
Lam.3: 2. He hath led me, and brought (me into) Fec. 5: 4(3). When thou vowest a vow
KAL. — Imperative.
Ex. 3: 1.and he led the flock to the backside of the KAL.- Participle. Poel.
desert, Lev.27: 8. according to his ability that vowed
1 Sa.23: 5. and brought away their cattle, Mal. 1:14. and voweth, and sacrificeth unto the Lord
30: 2.but carried (them) away,
22. that they may lead (them) away,
2K. 9:20. he driveth furiously. 773 nēh'-der & 7) neh'-vier. m. | 1Ch 20: 1.that...Joab led forth the power of the ariny,
2Ch 25:1). and led forth his people, Gen28:20. And Jacob vowed a vow,
Job 24: 3. They drive away the ass of the fatheriess, Cant.8: 2. I would lead thee, (and) bring thee
| Isa. 40:11. shall gently lead those that are with young. Isa. 20: 4. shall the king of Assyria lead away
49:10. by the springs of water shall he guide them. KAL.--Participle. Poel.
PIEL.–Participle. 2Sa. 6: 3. Uzzah and Ahio,...drave the new cart. Isa. 51:18.(There is) none to guide her ICh 13: 7. Uzza and Ahio drave the cart.
* HITHPAEL.-Future. * Ps. 80: 1(2). thou that leadest Joseph like a flock ;
Gen33:14. I will lead on softly,
nah-håloh-leem', m. p). Isa. 60:11.(that) their kings (may be) brought.
Isa. 7:19. upon all bushes. (marg. commendable trees ) * PIEL.-Preterile. * Ex. 10:13. the Lord brought an east wind Isa. 63:14. so didst thou lead thy people,
071 [nūh-ham']. PIEL.-Future.
* KAL.-Preterite. * Gen31:26. and carried away my daughters,
Pro. 5:11. And thou mourn at the last,
them to go) heavily:
KAL.-Future. 28:37. whither the Lord shall lead thee.
Isa. 5:29. yea, they shall roar, and lay hold Ps. 48:14( 15). he will be our guide (even) unto death.
30. And in that day they shall 'roar 78:26. and by his power he brought in the south
KAL.-Participle. Poel. wind.
Pro.28:15.a roaring lion, and a ranging bear ; 52. and guided them in the wilderness Isa. 49:10. he that hath mercy on them shall lead them,
·02) nah'-ham, 'm. JA? (nāh-hag'].
Pro. 19:12. king's wrath (is) as the roaring of a lion ;
20: 2. The fear of a king (is) as the roaring of * PIEL.-Participle. * Nah. 2: 7(8). her maids shall lead (her)
Ps. 38: 8(9). I have roared by reason of the disquiet
Isa. 5:30. like the roaring of the sea :
* KAL.- Future, * * NIPHAL.-Future. *
Job 6: 5. Doth the wild ass bray when he hath grass? 1 Sa. 7: 2. and all the house of Israel lamented
30: 7. Among the bushes they bruyed; 7173 [n'hāhr], Ch. m.
77 [nāh-har']. Dan. 2:22. and the light dwelleth with him.
* KAL.-Preterite. *
Ps. 34: 5(6). looked unto him, and were lightened : op n'hee, m.
Isa. 2: 2. and all nations shall flow unto it.
60: 5. Then thou shalt see, and flow together, Jer. 9:10(9). will I take up a weeping and wailing, Jer. 31:12. and shall flow together to the goodness 18(17). take up a wailing for us,
Mic. 4: 1.and people shall flow unto it. 19(18). a voice of wailing is heard
KAL.-Future. 20(19).teach your daughters wailing, 31:15. A voice was heard in Ramah, lamentation, Jer. 51:44. and the nations shall not flow together Am. 5:16. skilful of lamentation to wailing. Mic. 2: 4. lament with a doleful lamentation,
772 nūh-hūhr', m.
Gen 2:10. And a river went out of Eden 1797 neeh-yāh', f.
13. the name of the second river' Mic. 2: 4. lament with a doleful lamentation, (marg.
14. the name of the third river a lamentation of lamentations)
- And the fourth river (is) Euphrates. 15:18. from the river of Egypt unto the great river,
the river Euphrates: 24:10. went to Mesopotamia, (lit. Syria of the
two rivers ) Dan. 2:22. (ans) and the light dwelleth with him. 31:21. passed over the river,
36:37. Saul of Rehoboth (by) the river
Ex. 7:19. upon their streams, upon their rivers, 9797) nah-hee-roo', Ch, f.
8: 5(1). over the streams, over the rivers, Dan. 5:11. of thy father light and understanding
23:31. from the desert unto the river:
Nu. 22: 5. which (is) by the river 14. und (that) light and understanding
24: 6. as gardens by the river's side, Deu. 1: 7. unto the great rirer, the river Euphrates.
11:24. from the river, the river Euphrates,
23: 4(5). of Pethor of Mesopotamia, (lit. Syria * PIEL.- Preterite. *
of the two rivers) Ex. 15:13. thou hast guided (them) in thy strength Jos. 1: 4. unto the great river, the river Euphrates,
24: 2. Your fathers dwelt on the other side of PIEL.-Future. ..
the flood Gen47:17. and he fed (marg. led) them with bread
3. from the other side of the flood, 2Ch 29: 15. and carried all the feeble of them
14. served on the other side of the flood, 32:22. and guided them on every side.
15. that (were) on the other side of the flood, l's. 23: 2. he leadeth me beside the still waters. Jud. 3: 8.king of Mesopotamia: (marg. Aram 31: 3(4). thy name's sake lead me, and guide me.
nuharaim lit. of the two rivers )
2Sa. 8: 3. at the river Euphrates.
Jon. 2: 3(4), and the floods compassed me about: 10:16. that (were) beyond the river:
Mic. 7:12. from the fortress even to the river, IK. 4:21(5:) ). from the river unto the land Nah. 1: 4.and drieth up all the rivers : 241-:).(the region) on this side the river,
2: 6(7). The gates of the rivers -(-:-). all the kings on this side the river: Hab. 3: 8. Was the Lord displeased against the rivers ? 14:15. shall scatter them beyond the river,
(was ) thine anger against the rivers ? 2K. 5:12. Abana and Pharpar, rivers of Damascus,
9. Thou didst cleave the earth with rivers. 17: 6 & 18:11. the river of Gozan, and in the cities Zep. 3:10. From beyond the rivers of Ethiopia 23:29. to the river Euphrates:
Zec. 9:10. and from the river (even) to the ends of 21: 7. from the river of Egypt unto the river
the earth. Euphrates ICh 1:48. Shaul of Rehoboth by the river 5: 9. from the river Euphrates:
27 nhar, Ch. m. 26. and to the river Gozan,
Ezr. 4:10. (that are) on this side the river, 18: 3. his dominion by the river Euphrates.
11. Thy servants the men on this side the river, 19:16. that ( were) beyond the river:
16. have no portion on this side the river. 2Ch 9:26. from the river even unto the land
17.and (unto) the rest beyond the rirer, Ezr. 8:15. I gathered them together to the river
20. over all (countries) beyond the river; 21. at the river of Ahava,
5: 3, 6. Tatnai, governor on this side the river, 31. from the river of Ahava
6. Apharsachites, which (were) on this side 36. the governors on this side the river:
the river, Neh. 2: 7,9. the governors beyond the river,
6: 6. Tatnai, governor beyond the river, 3: 7. on this side the river.
- Apharsachites, which (are) beyond the Job 14:11, and the flood decayeth and drieth up: 20:17. He shall not see the rivers, the floods, the
8. (even) of the tribute beyond the river, brooks (marg. or, streaming brooks)
13. governor on this side the river, 22:16. was overflown with a fiood:
7:21. treasurers which (are) beyond the river, 28:11. He bindeth the floods
25. the people that (are) beyond the river, 40:23. he drinketh up a river,
Dan. 7:10. A fiery stream issued and came forth Ps. 24: 2. established it upon the floods.
46: 4(5). (There is) a river,
777) n'hāh-rāh', f.
earth. 74:15. thou driedst up mighty rivers. 78:16. caused waters to run down like rivers. 80:1|(12). her branches unto the river.
* KAL.–Future. * 29:2526). and his right hand in the rivers.
Nu. 32: 7.and) wherefore discourage (marg. breuk) 93: 3. The floods have lifted up. O Lord
ye the heart
* HIPHIL.-Preterite. * 98: 8. Let the floods clap (their) hands:
Nu. 30: 5(6). if her father disallow her 105:41. they ran in the dry places (like) a river.
-(-). because her father disallowed her. 107:33. He turneth rivers into a wilderness,
11(12). (and) disallowed her not: 137: 1.the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, Ps. 33:10. he muketh the devices of the people of Cant.8: 7. neither can the floods drown it:
none effect. Isa. 7:20. by them beyond the river,
HIPHIL.-Future. 8: 7. the waters of the river, 11:15. shake his hand over the river,
Nu. 30: 8(9). if her husband disallowed her 18: 1. which (is) beyond the rivers of
32: 7. wherefore discourage (marg. break) ye the 2,7. whose land the rivers have spoiled!
heart of 19: 5, and the river shall be wasted and dried up.
9. they discouraged the heart of 6. they shall turn the rivers far away;
up. Ps.141: 5. shall not break my head: 27:12. the channel of the river 33:21.a place of broad rivers
13 [noov]. 41:18. I will open rivers in high places, 42:15. I will make the rivers islands,
* KAL.-Future. * 43: 2. and through the rivers, they shall not Ps. 62:10(11). if riches increase, 19. rirers in the desert.
92:14(15). They shall stiil bring forth fruit 20.rivers in the desert, to give drink
Pro.10:31. mouth of the just bringeth forth wisdom: 41:27. and I will dry up thy rivers:
* PILEL.-Future. * 47: 2. pass over the rivers. 48:18. then bad thy peace been as a river,
Zec. 9:17.corn shall make the young men chearful, 50: 2. I make the rivers a wilderness:
(marg. or, grow, or, speak) 59:19. When the enemy shall come in like a flood, i
66:12. I will extend peace to her like a river, Jer. 2:18. to drink the waters of the river ?
id nõhv, m.
Isa. 57:19. (and) I create the fruit of the lips;
10. north country by the river Euphrates. Eze. 1: 1. the captives by the river of Chebar,
* KAL.-Preterite. * 3. of the Chaldeans by the river Chebar;
Jer. 50: 3. they shall remove, they shall depart, 3:15. that dwelt by the river of Chebar, 23. I saw by the river of Chebar:
KAL.- Infinitive. 10:15. I saw by the river of Chebar.
Job 2:11. to mourn with him 20. of Israel by the river of Chebar;
Ps. 69:20(21). I looked (for some) to take pity, 22. I saw by the river of Chebar,
(marg. to lament (with me)) 31: 4. with her rivers running round about Pro. 26: 2. As the bird by wandering,
15. I restrained the floods thereof, 32: 2. thou camest forth with thy rivers,
KAL.- Imperative. - and fouledst their rivers.
Ps. 11: 1. Flee (as) a bird to your mountain ? 14. and cause their rivers to run
Jer. 48:17. All ye that are about him, bemoan 43: 3. I saw by the river Chebar;
4!):30. get you far off. (marg. flit greatly) Dan 10: 4. the side of the great river,
50: 8. Remove out of the midst of Babylon,
Jer. 50:44. the habitation of the strong: IK. 14:15. as a reed is shaken in the water,
45. he shall make (their) habitation desolate Job 42:11. and they bemoaned him, and comforted him Eze.25: 5. I will make Rabbah u stable for Isa. 51:19. who shall be sorry for thee?
34:14. upon the high mountains of Israel shal Jer. 4: 1. then shalt thou not remove.
their fold be: there shall they lie in < 15: 5. who shall bemoan thee?
good fold, 16: 5. neither go to lament nor bemoan them: Hos. 9:13. Ephraim,...(is) planted in a pleasant place 22:10. Weep ye not for the dead, neither bemoan
him: Nah. 3: 7. who will bemoan her ?
172 nāh-vūh', f. KAL.- Participle. Poel.
Job 8: 6. the habitation of thy righteousness Gen. 4:12. and a vagabond shalt thou be
Ps. 68:12(13). and she that tarried at home 14. I shall be a fugitive and u vagabond
Jer. 6: 2. to a comely (marg. or, (woman) dwelling * HIPHIL.— Infinitive, *
at home) and delicate (woman). 2K. 21: 8. Neither will i make the feet of Israel move Zep. 2: 6. the sea coast shall be dwellings
* KAL.-Preterite. * * HITHPOLEL.-Preterite. *
2K. 2:15. The spirit of Elijah doth rest on Elisha. Isa. 24:20. und shall be removed like a cottage ;
Est. 9:22. the days wherein the Jews reste
Job 3:26. neither was I quiet; yet trouble came. HITHPOLEL.--Future.
Isa. 7: 2. Syria is confederate with Ephraim. Jer. 49:27. thou skippedst for joy. (marg. or, movedst 19. and shall rest all of them thyself)
11: 2. And the spirit of the Lord shall rest upon HITHPOLEL.-Participle.
him, Jer. 31:18. heard Ephraim bemoaning himself
14; 7. The whole earth is at rest,
11:25. when the spirit rested
rest * P’AL.-Future. *
2 Sa.21:10. suffered neither the birds of the air to rest Dan. 4:14(11). let the beasts get away from under it, Neh. 9:28. But after they had rest, they did
Gen 8: 4. And the ark rested in the seventh month, gid nõhd, m.
Ex. 10:14. and rested in all the coasts of Egypt:
20:11. and rested the seventh day: Gen. 4:16. And Cain...dwelt in the land of Nod, (lit.
23:12. that thine ox and thine ass may rest,
Nu. 11:26. and the spirit resterl upon them;
Deu 5:14. that thy manservant...muy rest
2Ch 14: 7(6). because...he hath given us rest 1712 [nāh-vūh'].
15:15, and the Lord gave them rest * KAL.-- Future. *
20:30. for his God gave him rest
Job 3:13. then had I been at rest, (lit, it had rested Hab. 2: 5. neither keepeth at home,
to me) * HIPHIL.–Future. *
17. there the weary be at rest. Ex. 15: 2. and I will prepare him an habitation;
Ps. 125: 3. the rod of the wicked shall not rest
21:16. shall remain in the congregation of
Ecc. 7: 9. anger resteth in the bosom of fools. 7.12 nūh-veh', m.
Isa. 23:12. shalt thou have no rest. (lit. shall rest be
to thee) Ex. 15:13. in thy strength unto thy holy habitation.
25:10. shall the hand of the Lord rest, 2Sa. 7: 8. I took thee from the sheepcote,
57: 2. they shall rest in their beds, 15:25. shew me (both ) it, and his habitation: Dan 12:13. for (marg. or, and) thou shalt rest, and 1 Ch 17: 7. I took thee froin the sheepcote,
| Hab. 3:16. I might rest in the day of trouble: Job 5: 3. suddenly I cursed his habitation.
* HIPHIL.-Prelerite. * 24. thou shalt visit thy habitation,
Ex. 33:14.and I will give thee rest. 18:15. brimstone shall be scattered upon his Deu12:10, and (when) he giveth you rest from all
habitation. Ps. 79: 7.and laid waste his dwelling place.
Jos. 22: 4. the Lord your God hath given rest
23: 1. the Lord had given rest. Pro. 3:33. but he blesseth the habitation of the just.
2Sa. 7: 1. the Lord had giren him rest 21:20. in the dwelling of the wise ; 24:15. against the dwelling of the righteous;
11.and have caused thee to rest
IK. 5: 4(18). the Lord my God hath given me rest Isa. 27:10. the habitation forsaken,
1 Ch 22: 9. and I will give him rest 32:18. in a peaceable habitation,
18. and hath he (not) given you rest 33:20. see Jerusalem a quiet habitation,
23:25. The Lord God of Israel hath given rest 34:13. an habitation of dragons,
2Ch 14: 6(5). the Lord had given him rest. 35: 7. in the habitation of dragons,
Eze. 5:13. and I will cause my fury to rest 65:10. Sharon shall be a fold of flocks,
16:42. So will I make my fury...to rest, Jer. 10:25. have made his habitation desolate.
21:17(22). and I will cause my fury to rest : 23: 3. will bring them again to their folds ;
| Zec. 6: 8. these that go toward the north country 25:30. he shall mightily roar upon his habitation; 31:23. O habitation of justice,
have quieted 33:12. an habitation of shepherds
HIPHIL.-- Infinitive. 49:19. the habitation of the strong:
Deu25:19. when the Lord thy God hath given thee rest 20. he shall make their habitations desolate Isa. 14: 3. that the Lord shall give thee rest 50: 7. the habitation of justice,
Eze:24:13. till I have caused my fury to rest
Jos. 8: 5. that we will flee before them, Isa. 28:12. ye may cause the weary to rest ;
6. therefore noe will flee before them. HIPHIL.-Future.
20: 4. when he that doth flee unto one
6. the city from whence he fled. Ex. 17:11. when he let down bis hand,
Jud. 4:17. Sisera fied away on his feet Deu. 3:20. Until the Lord have yiven rest
1 Sa. 4:16. I fled to day out of the army. Jos. 1:15. Until the Lord have given your brethren
17. Israel is fled before the Philistines, rest,
14:22. they heard that the Philistines fled, Pro. 29:17. Correct thy son, and he shall give thee rest;/ 19:10. and David fled, and escaped Isa. 30:32. the Lord shall lay upon him,
31: 7. the men of Israel fied, 63:14. the Spirit of the Lord caused him to rest: 28a. ): 4. the people ure fled Eze 37; 1.and set me down in the midst of the valley 10:14. saw that the Syrians were fled, 40: 2. and set me upon a very high mountain,
17: 2. and all the people that (are) with him HIPHIL.- Participle.
18:17.all Israel fled every one Jos. 1:13. The Lord your God hath given you rest,
19: 8(9). Israel had fled every man * HOPHAL.- Preterite. *
23:11. the people fled from the Philistines, Lam.5: 5. we labour, (and) have no rest.
IK. 2:29. told king Solomon that Joab was fied
20:30. And Ben-hadad fled,
2K. 9: 3. Then open the door, and flee, Did nõh'ágh, m.
ICh 10: 7. the men of Israel....saw that they fled.
11:13. the people fled from before the Philistines. 2Ch 6:41. arise, O Lord God, into thy resting place, 19:15. saw that the Syrians were fled, Est. 9:16. and had rest from their enemies,
Pro. 28: 1. The wicked flee
Isa. 10:29. Gibeah of Saul is fled.
20: 6. whither we flee for help
31: 8.but he shall flee from the sword,
35:10, and sorrow and sighing shall flee away. * KAL.-Future. *
51:11. sorrow and mourning shall flee away. Ps. 99: 1. let the earth be moved.
Jer. 46: 5. their mighty ones are beaten down, and
are fled apace,
21. are turned back, (and) are fied away Zec. 14: 5. And ye shall flee (to) the valley
- yea, ye shall flee, like as ye fled from before
the earthquake Ezr. 6:11. be made a dunghill for this.
Nu. 35: 6. that he may flee (lit. shall be for fleeing) Dan. 2: 5.your houses shall be made a dunghill.
thither: 3:29. their houses shall be made a dunghill:
15. that every one that killeth...unawares may
flee 32. for him that is fled (lit. for fleeing) to the
Deu. 4:42. That the slayer might flee * KAL.- Preterite. *
19: 3. that every slayer may fiee Ps 76: 5(6). they have slept their sleep:
Jos. 8:20. they had no power to flee Nah. 3:18. Thy shepherds slumber,
10:11. as ihey fled from before Israel,
20: 3. That the slayer...may flee KAL.- Infinitive,
9. that whosoever killeth...unawares might Isa. 56:10. loving to slumber.
2 Sa. 4: 4. as she made haste to flee,
18: 3. for if we fee away, (lit. fleeing we flee) Ps. 121: 3. be that keepeth thee will not slumber.
they will not care for us; 4. shall neither slumber nor sleep.
19: 3(4). when they flee in battle. le 5:27. none shall slumber nor sleep;
24:13. wilt thou flee three months TIK. 12:18. to flee to Jerusalem.
2Ch 10:18. to fiee to Jerusalem. 712 noo-māh', f.
Jer. 49:24. turneth herself to flee,
30. Flee, get you far off,
51: 6. Flee out of the midst of Babylon, * NIPHAL.-Future. *
Zec. 2: 6( 10). and flee from the land of the north, Ps 72:17. his name shall be continued
KAL.- Future. * HIPHIL.–Future. *
Gen14:10. and the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah fled, Ps. 72:17.(aina) his name shall be continued
39:12. he left his garment in her hand, and fled,
13. he had left his garment...and was fled
15, 18. he left his garment with me, and fled,
Ex. 4: 3. and Moses fled from before it.
14:25. Let us fiee from the face of Israel ;
21:13. a place whither he shall flee.
Nu. 10:35. and let them that hate thee flee
5. he shall flee unto one of those cities,
25. and filee seven ways before them: 25. refuge, whither he was fled :
Jos. 7: 4. and they fled before the men of Ai. Deu. 4:42. and that fleeing unto one of these cities
8:15. and fled by the way of the wilderness. 19:11.and fleeth into one of these cities:
10:16. But these five kings fled, 34: 7. nor his natural force abated. (marg. 1 Jud. 1: 6. But Adoni-bezek flid; moisture fled)
4:15. and fled away on his feet.