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Hemorrhage
Flow of Blood • Issue of Blood
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhage. Issue of blood, coming from any cut or nosebleed (Prv 30:33). However, in Scripture it almost always refers to vaginal bleeding. Laws concerning normal and abnormal menstruation are given in Leviticus 15:19–30. A woman with normal menstruation was considered unclean for seven days, along
Issue of Blood
Issue of Blood. kjv rendering of “hemorrhage” in Matthew 9:20 and Mark 5:29 (fountain of blood).See Hemorrhage.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hemorrhage
Hemorrhage[Gk pēgḗ toú haímatos] (Mk. 5:29); AV “foundation of her blood”; [haimorroéō] (Mt. 9:20); AV “issue of blood”; FLOW OF BLOOD [rhýsis toú haímatos] (Lk. 8:43f); AV “issue of blood.” In the three parallel accounts of the story of the woman whose hemorrhage Jesus healed we find three
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hemorrhage
HEMORRHAGE Issue of blood, coming from any cut or nosebleed (Prv 30:33). However, in Scripture it almost always refers to vaginal bleeding. Laws concerning normal and abnormal menstruation are given in Leviticus 15:19–30. A woman with normal menstruation was considered unclean for seven days, along with
Issue of Blood
ISSUE OF BLOOD* kjv rendering of “hemorrhage” in Matthew 9:20 and Mark 5:25. See Hemorrhage.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ISSUE OF BLOOD
ISSUE OF BLOOD([זוֹב‎, zobh], [זוּב‎, zubh]; [ῥύσις, rhusis], [αἱμόρῥοος, haimorrhoos]): When used as a description of a bodily affection the word signifies:1. A discharge, the consequence of uncleanness and sin (Lev 15:2 ff; Nu 5:2). As such it was one of the judgments which were to afflict
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
Issue Of Blood
ISSUE OF BLOOD.—One peculiarly distressing case of this ailment is mentioned in the Gospels (Mt 9:20 αἱμορροοῦσα, Mk 5:25, and Lk 8:43 οὗσα ἐν ῥύσει αἵματος). The description indicates a very severe and obstinate form of uterine hæmorrhage possibly arising from internal growth, for the patient
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hemorrhage
HEMORRHAGE Heavy or uncontrollable bleeding. The KJV translates the underlying Hebrew and Greek terms as “issue of blood” (Lev. 12:7; Matt. 9:20) or “fountain of blood” (Mark 5:29). Modern translations render these terms as hemorrhage, flow, or discharge of blood. Mosaic law said any discharge of blood,
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Hemorrhage
hemorrhage. Bleeding or the flow of blood from a break in continuity of a blood vessel whether from injury or frailty of the blood vessel walls. The woman having an issue of blood twelve years (Lk. 8:43–44) probably had recurrent severe hemorrhage in connection with her menstrual flow because of a fibroid
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Issue (of Blood)
ISSUE (OF BLOOD) (זוֹב‎, zōbh, זוּב‎, zūbh; ῥύσις, rhúsis, αἱμόρῥοος, haimórrhoos): When used as a description of a bodily affection the word signifies: (1) A discharge, the consequence of uncleanness and sin (Lev 15:2 ff; Nu 5:2). As such it was one of the judgments which were to afflict the family
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