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Cumbered • Lade • Lading
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Load
Load[ (vb.) ʿāmas (Gen. 44:13; Neh. 13:15; Isa. 46:1), nāśāʾ,—‘lift’ (Gen. 42:26; 45:23), ṭāʿan (Gen. 45:17), ṭāraḥ (Job 37:11), hiphil of kāḇaḏ—‘make heavy’ (Hab. 2:6); Gk. phortízō (Lk. 11:46); (noun) Heb. maśśāʾ ‹ nāśāʾ (2 K. 8:9); Gk. phortíon (Gal. 6:5)]; AV also BURDEN, “weary”
Cumbered
Cumbered Archaic in Lk. 10:40, AV, for Gk. perispáō, RSV and NEB “distracted.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CUMBER; CUMBERED
CUMBER; CUMBERED<kum’-ber>, ([καταργέω, katargeo], “to make idle,” [περισπάομαι, perispaomai], “to be drawn about,” in mind “to be distracted”): Spoken of the barren fig tree in the parable: “Cut it down; why doth it also cumber (block up, make unproductive) the ground?” (Luke 13:7). Cumbered
LADE; LADING
LADE; LADING<lad>, <lad’-ing>: “To lade” in the sense of “to load” is retained by the Revised Version (British and American) in nearly all passages where the word occurs in the King James Version (but compare the King James Version and the Revised Version (British and American) reading of Psalm
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Cumber, Cumbered
CUMBER, kumʹbẽr, CUMBERED (καταργέω, katargéō, “to make idle,” περισπάομαι, perispáomai, “to be drawn about,” in mind “to be distracted”): Spoken of the barren fig tree in the parable: “Cut it down; why doth it also cumber [block up, make unproductive] the ground?” (Lk 13:7). Cumbered means to be
Lade, Lading
LADE, lād, LADING, lādʹing: “To lade” in the sense of “to load” is retained by RV in nearly all passages where the word occurs in AV (but cf AV and RV reading of Ps 68:19; Isa 46:1), “They laded us with such things” (Acts 28:10 AV). The ἐπιτίθημι, epitíthēmi, “to put on,” is rendered by RV, “They