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Cold
Cool • Freeze • Heat and Cold
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Cold
Cold [Heb. qōr (Gen. 8:22), qeraḥ (31:40), qārâ, qār, ṣinnâ (Prov. 25:13); Gk. psychrós, psýchos]; AV also FROST, CLEAR (Zec. 14:6); NEB also FROST, COOLNESS, COOL; [psýchō] (“grow cold,” Mt. 24:12); AV WAX COLD. Palestine is essentially a land of sunshine and warmth, where the extreme cold
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
COLD
COLD<kold> ([קֹר‎, qor]; [ψυχρός, psuchros] (adj.), [ψύχος, psuchos] (noun)): Palestine is essentially a land of sunshine and warmth.
COOL
COOL<kool> ([רוּחַ‎, ruach], “wind”; [καταψύχω, katapsucho], “to cool down”): “Cool of the day” (Genesis 3:8, margin “wind”), when the evening breeze has tempered the heat of the day, enabling Orientals to walk abroad. “Cool my tongue” (Luke 16:24), a phrase reflecting the Jewish notion
Compton’s Encyclopedia
cold
cold(also called common cold, or coryza), an infection of the mucous membranes lining the nose and throat, resulting in a stuffy, runny nose, sneezing and coughing, and sometimes a sore throat and headache. Young children are extremely susceptible to the almost 200 different viruses that cause colds.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Heat and Cold
heat and cold. These words appear in the same context twice (Gen. 8:22; 31:40). A striking feature of the climate of Palestine is the differences in temperature within so small a country. The land can experience almost tropical heat and bitter cold, although the cold lasts only a short time. These variations
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Cold
COLD, kōld (קֹר‎, ḳōr; ψυχρός, psuchrós [adj.], ψύχος, psúchos [noun]): Pal is essentially a land of sunshine and warmth.
Cool
COOL, ko̅o̅l (רוּחַ‎, a, “wind”; καταψύχω, katapsúchō, “to cool down”): “Cool of the day” (Gen 3:8, m “wind”), when the evening breeze has tempered the heat of the day, enabling Orientals to walk abroad. “Cool my tongue” (Lk 16:24), a phrase reflecting the Jewish notion that Abraham had power to
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