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Endow
Endue
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Endow; Endowed; Endowing
Endow; Endowed; Endowing [zāḇaḏ] (Gen. 30:20); AV ENDUE; [piel of mālēʿ] (Ex. 28:3); AV FILLED; [yāḏaʿ] (Dnl. 1:4); AV CUNNING; NEB “at home in all branches of”; [hiphil of nāḥal] (Prov. 8:21); AV “cause to inherit”; ENDOWMENT [Gk. dósis] (Jas. 1:17); AV GIFT; NEB GIVING; ENDUED [Heb. yāḏaʿ]
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ENDOW; ENDUE
ENDOW; ENDUE<en-dou’>, <en-du’>: “Endow” meant originally “to provide with a dowry”; “indue” took the meaning “clothe”; the likeness between the literal meanings has confused the metaphorical use of the words in spite of their difference in origin. Thus we find in Genesis 30:20, the King James
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Endow, Endue
ENDOW, en-douʹ, ENDUE, en-dūʹ: “Endow” meant originally “to provide with a dowry”; “indue” took the meaning “clothe”; the likeness between the lit. meanings has confused the metaphorical use of the words in spite of their difference in origin. Thus we find in Gen 30:20, AV “endued me with a good dowry,”