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Bid
Bidden
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Bid
Bid The word occurs often in the AV, and rather less often in the RSV, for “command,” “order,” “tell,” “invite.” The NEB uses instead such words as “tell,” “command,” “urge.” In Zeph. 1:7 the AV has “bid” for Heb. qāḏaš, for which the RSV more properly has “consecrate” (NEB “hallow”).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BID
BIDVariously signifying, according to six Hebrew and as many Greek originals:1. “to command” (Numbers 14:10; Matthew 1:24 the King James Version, [προστάττω, prostasso]);2. “to prescribe” or “order” (John 2:2);3. “to consecrate,” and so rendered in the Revised Version (British and
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Bid
BID: Variously signifying, according to six Heb and as many Gr originals: (1) “to command” (Nu 14:10; Mt 1:24 AV, προστάττω, prostáttō); (2) “to prescribe” or “order” (Jn 2:2); (3) “to consecrate,” and so rendered in RV (Zeph 1:7; cf 1 S 16:5); (4) εἶπον, eípon, “to say” or “tell” (Mt 16:12); (5)