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Living
Any person who has yet to pass away.
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Living;Live;Lively;Alive
Living; Live; Lively; AliveThe adjectives “living” and “live” (Ex. 21:35; Lev. 16:20f) are most often a translation of Heb. ḥay (cf. ḥāyâ, “have life, be alive”) in the OT and of the participle of Gk. záō in the NT. Ḥayyîm can denote all beings that have life (cf. Gen. 2:19; 3:20; 9:15f). “The
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
LIVELY; LIVING
LIVELY; LIVING<liv’-li>, <liv’-ing> (חַי‎ [chay]; [ζάω, zao]): “Living,” sometimes “lively,” is the translation of [chay] (often also translated “life”); it denotes all beings possessed of life (Gen 1:21, 24; 2:7, 19; Ex 21:35, “live”); we have frequently the phrase, “the land of
Pocket Dictionary of Ethics
Living Will
living will. A document that stipulates the desires of an individual regarding possible treatment during a terminal illness, especially in the event that the individual becomes incompetent to make a decision. Usually, a living will addresses the circumstances under which resuscitation ought or ought
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Lively, Living
LIVELY, līvʹli, LIVING, livʹing (חַי‎, ḥay; ζάω, záō): “Living,” sometimes “lively,” is the tr of ḥay (often also trd “life”); it denotes all beings possessed of life (Gen 1:21, 24; 2:7, 19; Ex 21:35, “live”); we have frequently the phrase, “the land of the living” (as contrasted with she’ōl, the