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Bear • Born • Borne • Give Birth
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Bear; Born
Bear; Born [Heb. yālaḏ]; AV also BEGET, BRING FORTH, COME OF, etc.; NEB also GIVE BIRTH, etc.; [GK. gennáō, tíktō, gínomai]; AV also BEGOTTEN, MADE, SPRANG, BRING FORTH; NEB also GIVE BIRTH, SPRANG, etc.; [teknagonéō] (“bear a child,” 1 Tim. 5:14); UNTIMELY BORN [GK. éktrōma] (1 Cor. 15:8);
Bear; Borne
Bear; Borne The usual OT word is Heb. nāśā’. It is used for bearing punishment (Gen. 4:13), iniquity (Ex. 28:38; Isa. 53:12), shame (Ezk. 32:24), honor (Zec. 6:13); of the waters bearing the ark of Noah (Gen. 7:17), priests bearing the ark of the covenant (Josh. 3:8), an armor-bearer (1 S. 14:1),
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BEAR; BORN
BEAR; BORN<bar>, <born> (vb.), ( יָלַד‎ [yaladh]): Occurs frequently in its literal sense, alluding to motherhood (Genesis 16:11; 17:17, 19, 21; 18:13; 22:23; 30:3; Leviticus 12:5; Judges 13:3; 5:7; Ruth 1:12; 1 Kings 3:21; Jeremiah 29:6); in the New Testament [γεννάω, gennao],
BEAR; BORNE
BEAR; BORNE<bar>, <born> (נָשָׂא‎ [nasa’]; [λαμβάνω, lambano], [ἀναφέρω, anaphero], [βαστάζω, bastazo]): In English Versions of the Bible the physical sense is familiar, of supporting or carrying any weight or burden. The translation of the Revised Version (British and American) is to be preferred
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Bear
bear. The Syrian (brown) bear, Ursus arctos syriacus, is the only form that has inhabited Palestine in recent times. Brown bears were found earlier over much of the temperate northern hemisphere, and some zoologists regard them all as a single species divided into many geographical forms. The Alaskan
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
BEAR
BEAR [דֹּבdov]. The Syrian brown bear (Ursus syriacus) was quite common in Palestine during biblical times. The OT contains several references to bears. The bear is described as a prowling animal (Prov 28:15) with a distinct growl (Isa 59:11), lying in wait for its prey (Lam 3:10), and chasing it until
LIFT, TO
LIFT, TO OR TO BEAR [מָשַׁךְmashak, נָשָׂאnasaʾ, עָלָהʿalah, קוּםqum, רוּםrum; ἐγείρω egeirō, ἐπαίρω epairō, ὑπολαμβάνω hypolambano, ὑψόω hypsoō]. Although there are abundant biblical examples of lifting and bearing objects in all the usual senses, there are several particular applications
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