Loading…
Exceeding
Exceed • Exceedingly
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Exceed; Exceeding; Exceedingly
Exceed; Exceeding; Exceedingly The verb is used by the AV in the obsolete, intransitive sense of “overdo” in Job 36:9 for the hithpael of Heb. gāḇar (RSV “behaving arrogantly”; NEB “insolence and tyranny”) and in 1 S. 20:41 for the hiphil of gāḏal (RSV “recovered himself”; NEB “was even greater
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
EXCEED; EXCEEDING; EXCEEDINGLY
EXCEED; EXCEEDING; EXCEEDINGLY<ek-sed’>: The verb is found in other than its present sense in Job 36:9 the King James Version, “They have exceeded” (the Revised Version (British and American) “behaved themselves proudly”); 1 Samuel 20:41, “They .... wept .... until David exceeded” (the King
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Exceed, Exceeding, Exceedingly
EXCEED, ek-sēdʹ, EXCEEDING, EXCEEDINGLY: The vb. is found in other than its present sense in Job 36:9 AV, “They have exceeded” (RV “behaved themselves proudly”); 1 S 20:41, “They … wept … until David exceeded” (AV and RV). In both these passages the idea is that of going too far, beyond proper bounds