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Glad
Fain • Gladness
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Glad
Glad [Heb. śāmaḥ (Ex. 4:14; 1 S. 11:9; 1 Ch. 16:31; Ps. 31:7 [MT 8]; etc.), tûḇ/yāṭaḇ/tôḇ (Jgs. 18:20; 1 K. 8:66 par 2 Ch. 7:10; Est. 5:9; Eccl. 7:3), gîl (Prov. 24:17; Isa. 25:9; 66:10; Joel 2:21, 23), śûś, śîś (Job. 3:22; Isa. 35:1; 65:18f.; Lam. 1:21), piel of ḥāḏâ (Ps. 21:6
Fain
Fain Occurs twice in the AV, in the sense of “gladly”: (1) in Job 27:22 as the rendering of Heb. bārô (a)ḥ yiḇrāḥ: “he would fain flee” (lit as in AV mg, “in fleeing he would flee”; RSV “he flees … in headlong flight”); (2) in Lk. 15:16, as the translation of Gk. epithyméō, “fix the mind or
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FAIN
FAIN<fan> (advb.): Occurs twice in English Versions of the Bible, in the sense of “gladly”:1. in Job 27:22 as the rendering of [בָּרַח‎, barach], “to flee with haste” (from anything), “He would fain flee out of his hand,” literally, as in in of the King James Version, “in fleeing he would
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Fain
FAIN, fān (advb.): Occurs twice in EV, in the sense of “gladly”: (1) in Job 27:22 as the rendering of בָּרַח‎, bāraḥ, “to flee with haste” (from anything), “He would fain flee out of his hand,” lit. as in m of AV, “in fleeing he would flee”; (2) in Lk 15:16, as the tr of ἐπιθυμέω, epithuméō, “to