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Multitude, (The word in Hebrew characters) hamon.
I Kings 18:41. for (there is) a sound of abundance of rain (and two more refs.).
Brightness, (. . .) ziz.
Isa. 66:11. delighted with the abundance of her.
Abundance, remnant, (. . .) yithrah.
Isa. 15:7. Therefore the abundance they have gotten.
Strength, substance, (. . .) otsmah.
Isa. 47:9. for the great abundance of thine
Abundance, residue, (. . .) athereth.
Jer. 33:6. and will reveal unto them the abundance.
Abundance, multitude, (. . .) rob.
Deut. 28:47. for the abundance of all (things) (and 34 more refs.).
To make abundant, (. . .) rabah, 5.
II Sam. 12:30. spoil of the city in great abundance
Satiety, plenty, fullness, (. . .) saba.
Eccles. 5:12. but the abundance of the rich will not
Ease, rest, (. . .) shalvah.
Ezek. 16:49. and abundance of idleness was in her
(10) Abundance, (. . .) shepha.
Deut. 33:19. they shall suck (of) the abundance of the
(11) Abundance, company, (. . .) shiphah.
Job 22:11. Or darkness . . . and abundance of waters (and 2 more refs.).
(12) Without number, (. . .) le-en mispar.
I Chron. 22:4. Also cedar trees in abundance; for the
Abundance, (The word in Greek characters) hadrotes.
II Cor. 8:20. no man . . . blame us in this abundance
(14) Power, ability, (. . .) dunamis.
Rev. 18:3. the abundance of her delicacies
(15) Over-abundance, (. . .) perisseia.
Rom. 5:17. they which receive abundance of grace (and 1 more ref.).
(16) Superfluity, (. . .) perisseuma.
Matt. 12:34. out of the abundance of the heart of (and 2 more refs.).
(17) To be over and above, (. . .) perisseuo.
Mark 12:44. all . . . did cast in of their abundance (and 2 more refs.).
(18) Excess, over abundance, (. . .) huperbole.
II Cor. 12:7. exalted . . . through the abundance of the
This is a typical example of the difference in plan between Young's and Cruden's
In sub-division No.7 the reader will observe that the Hebrew word rabah is followed
by the figure 5. Such figures indicate the number that has been allotted to the
conjugation of the Hebrew verb. Thus Nos.1, 3, 5 are active, Nos.2, 4, 6 passive, and
No.7 reflexive. So that Qatal, in the first conjugation, is "He killed", in the second,
"He was killed", the third, "He killed violently", the fourth, "He was killed violently",