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  72. Gish-Miller Debate, Tampa, Fl., 1982.
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  211. Genesis 2:16-17.
  212. Romans 5:12.
  213. Psalm 51:5.
  214. Romans 4:25.
  215. John 3:16.
  216. John 8:37.
  217. John 8:38.
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  219. John 3:13, 8:23.
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  221. !d;a; Adam meaning: from the ground; man, human being. Created B.C. 4004. Name of the first man created by God. Gen 1:26. !d'a; to be red, ruddy. 1/7, 5/13.
  222. tm'v]nI breath. fem. sing. of hm;v;n], mv'n:. Gen 2:7. 1/567, 566.
  223. !yYIj' lives. masc. pl. Gen 2:7. yy'j; life. 1/256.
  224. hY:j' life. fem. sing of masc. Gen 2:7. yj', yy'j; life. 1/256.
  225. vp,n< soul, soul-life, self-consciousness. Gen 2:7. 1/558.
  226. j'Wr spirit, wind, Spirit of God. Chald com dec. Gen 1:2. 1/678.
  227. pneu'ma spirit, spiritual being. noun. 1 Thess 5:23. pnevw. 2/331.
  228. yuchv soul, soul life. noun. Matt 16:24-26. yuvcw. 2/443.
  229. rc;B; flesh, body, all flesh, all creatures or animate beings, near relations, it also refers to being controlled by the flesh rather than by the Spirit of God (Gen 6:3). Gen 2:21. 1/123.
  230. sw'ma a living body. noun. 1 Thess 5:23. 2/395.
  231. zwh; spiritual life. sing. 1 Jn 3:15. Gen . zavw . 2/183, 181.
  232. bivo" physical life, the means of sustaining biological-physical life; the present state of existence, thus also livelihood, possessions. noun. 1 Jn 3:17. 2/70, 4/122.
  233. Wnmel]x' our image, likeness, 1st per. pl., Gen 1:26, !l,x,, !l'x;, 1/645.
  234. WnteWmd]Ki to be like, similar, literally: according to our likeness, 1st per. pl., Gen 1:26, hm;D], hm;D;, 1/, 371, 152.
  235. rk;z: male, Gen 1:27, rk'z:, 1/238.
  236. hb;qen] female, Gen 1:27, bq'n:, to bore, bore through, pierce, 1/560.
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  238. pneumatikov" motivated and controlled through the spirit. 1 Cor 2:15. pnevw. 230/331.
  239. yucikov" motivated and controlled through the soul. 1 Cor 2:14. yuvcw . 2/443.
  240. sarkivnoi" motivated and controlled through the flesh. dat. pl. masc. & neut. 1 Cor 3:1. sarkikov", savrx 2/363-364.
  241. hV;ai woman, female. Gen 2:22. vn"a;. 1/49, 36-37.
  242. Leviticus 20; Matthew 15:18-20; 1 Cor 6:9-10, Matthew 5:17-20, Hebrews 13:4.
  243. Wvv;Bot]yI to be ashamed, disappointed, confused, perplexed. Hithpal. fut. 3 pers. pl. masc. Gen 2:25. v/B. 1/361, 71.
  244. Kruse, Dale P. Evangelism: The Time Is Now! (Basic Textbook on Evangelism interrelating the Concervative Evangelical Charismatic concepts of Biblical Evangelism). Tulsa: Laymen Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse.
  245. @/dy: to strive. Gen 6:3. @WD. 1/47, 147-148.
  246. Penn-Lewis. Soul & Spirit. Fort Washington: Christian Literature Crusade, 1992.
  247. John 14:6, 6:27
  248. @d,[e Eden meaning: delight, pleasure. Gen 2:15, @d'[; to be soft, loax, pliant. Hithp. to live luxuriously. Neh 9:25. 1/588.
  249. Hd;b][;l] to work, labour, tillage, agriculture. Gen 2:15. Hd;bo[]:. 1/583.
  250. hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, Yahweh, Jehovah: God’s name meaning: I Am that I Am, the existing One; the proper name of the one and only true God; Exod 3:14, 6:3. Proper name, 3068; from hy:h; to be, exist, 1961. In the N.T. Ejgwv Eijmi I Am, Jesus declaring that he is Yehovah the God of Moses, using the Greek Septuagint form for Yehovah. God’s name given to Moses on Mt. Siani in Exodus 3:14, 1473a; from Ejgwv I, 1473, & Eijmiv to be, to exist, 1510. John 8:24. 1/171, 2/114, 118; 42/CD; 26/CD; 28/CD; 31/CD; 37/CD.
  251. !yhiloa> Elohim the singular plural universal term for God in Genesis meaning: He who is to be worshipped and adored; gods; judge; great; mighty; angels. Though in plural form, Elohim, like in Genesis 1:1, is treated as a singular noun, followed by a singular verb ar;B; in which in Genesis 1:1 is the first indication of the Trinity God of the Bible: Three-in-One. It refers to the supreme deity, and in English versions of the Bible is rendered ‘God’. Like its English equivalent, it is, grammatically considered, a common noun, and conveys the notion of all that belongs to the concept of deity, in contrast with man (Num 23:19) and other created beings. It is appropriate to cosmic and world-wide relationships, Genesis 1:1, because there is only one supreme and true God, and he is a Person; it approaches the character of a proper noun, while not losing its abstract and conceptual quality. Noun: masculine singular plural, 430; plural of H'wloa>, 433. 1/28, 26; 32/CD; 5/412/4; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.
  252. ajkataluvto" indestructible incapable of dissolution, indissoluble; hence enduring, everlasting (!a denotes privation; augmentation, union & kataluvw to dissolve, to destroy, demolish, overthrow. 2/1, 218). Heb 7:16. 2/12.
  253. Nee, Watchman. The Spiritual Man. Volume 1. New York: Christian Fellowship Publishers, Inc, 1968.
  254. ktivsi" creation, the act of creating. 2 Cor 5:17. ktivzw. 2/242.
  255. ejpiqumiva, ejpiqumevw (compound word ,B4: upon, over, of authority, 230/153; & 2L:@H: to rush, strong passion & emotion, 2/197) 2/156.
  256. proorivzw ordain beforehand. (pro before & ojrivzw to set bounds, restrict. 2/341, 292). Eph 1:5. 2/345.
  257. Romans 14:17.
  258. See my book titled, Heaven and Hell: An Absolute Reality. In this book I describe what those who have visited heaven experienced in their visit of heaven. It also describes people's experience of hell, the complete absolute opposite of heaven.
  259. zwopoievw creative make alive power. John 6:63. (.T@H, ."T meaning: alive & B@4,T meaning: to make, create = to create or make alive). 2/181,332). 2/183.
  260. Martin, W.J. Stylistic Criteria and the Analysis of the Pentateuch. London: Tyndale Press, 1955.
  261. Pfeiffer, Robert H. Introduction to the Old Testament. New York: Harper, 1941.
  262. Philo, Judaeus. The Works of Philo. Vol. 4. Translated by F.H. Colson. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1935.
  263. Gray, Edward M. Old Testament Criticism. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1923.
  264. Kitchen, K.A. Ancient Orient and the Old Testament. Chicago: Inter-Varsity Press, 1966.
  265. Kitchen, K.A. "Ancient Orient, ‘Deuteronism’ and the Old Testament," New Perspectives on the Old Testament. Edited bye. Barton Payne, Waco, Texas: Word, 1970.
  266. Kline, Meredith G. "Dynastic Covenant," Westminster Theological Journal. November, 1961. Vol. 23, pp. 1-15.
  267. McCarthy, Dennis J. Treaty and Covenant. Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1965.
  268. Mendenhall, George E. Law and Covenant In Israel and the Ancient Near East. Pittsburgh: Biblical Colloquium, 1955.
  269. Gordon, Cyrus H. "Higher Critics and Forbidden Fruit," Christianity Today. November 23, 1959. Vol. 4, pp. 131-133.
  270. See also John 7:24 and Luke 2:4-7.
  271. Sanhedrin, folio 97, verso. Maccabees, Book 2.
  272. Josephus, Ant., Books 17, Chap. 13, 1-5.
  273. Talmud, Jerusalem, Sanhedrin, fol. 24, recto.
  274. yl;xe rib. Gen 2:21. 1/645.
  275. porneiva Fornication, whoredom. Gal 5:19. povnh. 2/337.
  276. eijdwlolavtrh" Idolater, worshiper of idols; an idol being anything we put first before God and His will for our lives. (Compound word: eijdwlon, ei]dos a form shape, figure; image or statue; hence, an idol, image of a god, Acts 7:41, 2/117; & lavtreuvw a servant, worshipper, 2/117, 248). nom. pl. Gal 5:20. 2/117.
  277. moicov" adultery; a married person having sexual intercourse with someone other than their mate. Gal 5:19. 2/272.
  278. malakov" a man carrying on with feminine traits, a transvestite, with the purpose of soliciting sexual intercourse with another male. 1 Cor 6:9. 2/256.
  279. hT,p'y to deceive, seduce, entice. Piel fut. 3 pers. sing. masc. Exodus 22:16. ht;P. 1/336, 636, 5/303.
  280. hl;WtB] a virgin meaning: a girl or woman who has never had sexual intercourse. noun fem. sing. Exodus 22:16. lt'B Arab: to separate. 1/124-125, 5/628, 7/1470.
  281. hm;l][' virgin meaning: a girl or woman who has never had sexual intercourse. noun fem. sing. Isaiah 7:14. !l'[; to hide, conceal. 1/207, 601; 7/1470.
  282. povrnou" a fornicator, impure person; two adults have sexual intercourse outside the bonds of marriage; whoremonger, male prostitute. acc. pl. Heb 13:4. povrno", povrnh. 2/337, 4/740, 5/368.
  283. moicou;" an adulterer; a married person having sexual intercourse with someone other than their mate. acc. pl. Heb 13:4. moicov". 2/272, 4/579, 5/14.
  284. j'yvim; the Messiah meaning Anointed, hence Christ, in Greek: Cristov" Christ meaning The Anointed One refering to Jesus Christ. Dan 9:25-26, Matt 1:16. jv'm; to smear or rub over with oil, to anoint & Crivw to anoint. 1/519; 5/657, 2/439.
  285. Cristov" Christ meaning The Anointed One from the Hebrew j'yvim; the Messiah meaning Anointed, hence Christ. Refers to Jesus Christ. Matt 1:16, Dan 9:25-26. Crivw to anoint, & jv'm; to smear or rub over with oil, to anoint. 2/439; 1/519; 5/657.
  286. jIhsou', ['Wvwhoy Jesus meaning: Yehovah is Savior, Jesus is Yehovah our Savior. (Hebrew term ['Wvwhoy a compound word: h['Wvy, [v'y: meaning: salvation & h/;hy] God's name He gave to Moses: Yehovah meaning I Am that I Am. 1/300, 358; 171-172). The name of the Son of God. Matt 1:21. 2/200.
  287. parqevno" A virgin meaning: a girl or woman who has never had sexual intercourse. noun fem. Matt 1:23. 2/309, 4/679, 5/1016.
  288. Jeffrey, Grant R. The Signature of God. Toronto: Frontier Research Publications, Inc., 1996.
  289. Wilson, Robert Dick. Speaker’s Source Book.
  290. Kruse, Dale P. The Literal Historical Reliability of Genesis. Tulsa: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1997 by Dale P. Kruse.
  291. Harrison, R.K. Introduction to the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1970.
  292. hr;/T Torah meaning: instruction. It refers to the Pentateuch a hebrew word meaning: five volumed which refers to The first five books of the Bible written by Moses; fem.; 1 kings 2:3, Neh 8:2; hr:y: ; 1/346; 259/957.
  293. lae El the shorted single form of !yhiloa>, meaning: God, the one true God: Yehovah, 3068; God the mighty one, strong; mighty men, men of rank, mighty heroes; angels; god, false god, demons, imaginations; mighty things in nature; strength, power. This word has cognate forms in other Semitic tongues, and is the general term for God in the widest sense, true or false, or even an image treated as a god as in Gen 35:2, "Put away the foreign Eloahs which are among you". Because of this general character it is frequently associated with a defining adjective or predicate. For example, in Deut 5:9 we read, "I Yehovah your-Elohim am a jealous El," or in Genesis 31:13, "the El of Bethel". Noun: masculine, 410; shortened from lyIa', 352. Gen 35:1. 1/12, 5/411/2, 32/CD; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.
  294. yD'v'Alae El-Shaddai, God-Almighty; the Almighty, All-Sufficient, Omnipotent El. A compound name of God, 410c; lae El, God, 410; & yD'v' Almighty, 7706. Gen 17:1, Ezek 10:5. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.
  295. Hedrick, Gary. "The Hebrew Names of God," Message of the Christian Jew. January-February 1996.
  296. Why:[]v'y] Isaiah meaning: salvation of Yehovah. Isaiah 1:1. [v'y:. 1/358.
  297. hy:m]r]yI Jeremiah meaning: whom Yehovah appoints, sets. hm;r;. Jer 1:1. 1/684.
  298. ['vuwhoy Joshua meaning: Yehovah is Salvation. (A compound word: h['Wvy, [v'y: meaning: salvation & h/;hy] God's name He gave to Moses: Yehovah meaning I Am that I Am. 1/300, 358; 171-172). Joshua 1:1. hw;h; 1/300, 172.
  299. al,P, Something Wonderful, a miracle; anything wonderful or singular. 3rd sing. masc. Is 9:6. al;P; to separate, distinguish; to make wonderful, singular. 1/625, 5/1067/3.
  300. $[e/y Counselor. Kal part. act. sing. masc. dec. 7b. Is 9:6. $['y: to counsel, advise. 1/303, 332; 5/205/2.
  301. r/BGI lae El Gibbor, God Almighty, strong, valiant. masc sing. lae meaning El, Strong, God the mighty one & r/BGI meaning almighty, strong, valiant. Is 9:6. lWa, rb'G;. 1/12, 130.
  302. d['ybia} Father of Eternity. name of God. Is 9:6. ybia} Father, ancestor, source, inventor. n. masc. sing. ba;. 1/3, 1; 5/331. d[' eternity. n. masc. sing. hd;[;. 1/587, 5/308.
  303. !wlv;Arc' Prince of Peace. A name of God. Is 9:6. rc' prince, noble; commander, chief; head, official, captian. masc. dec. 8. Is 9:6. rr'c; to have dominion, to rule, to be a prince. 1/739,741; 5/776/15. !/lv; Peace; safe, secure, enjoying peace. adj. or subst. masc. dec. 3a. Is 9:6. !l'v; to be secure, safe, sound; to be completed, finished; to be at peace. 1/717, 720, 5/736/2.
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  315. Wright, G. Ernest. "The Present State of Biblical Archaeology," The Study of the Bible Today and Tomorrow. Edited by Harold R. Willoughby. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947.
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  322. Strabo, Geography, lib. xvi., c.2.
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  324. qeovpneusto" God-breathed, inspired by God. predicate adjective. (qeov" God & pnevw breathe, wind, spirit. 2/193, 331). 2 Tim 3:16. 2/193, 4/403, 5/517.
  325. Morris, Henry M. The Biblical Basis For Modern Science. Baker House: Grand Rapids, 1984.
  326. Gish, Duane T. Evolution: The Challenge of the Fossil Record. El Cajon: Creation-Life Publishers, 1985.
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  328. Maddox, Barny T. Human Genome Project, Quantitative Disproof of Evolution. CEM Facts Sheet.
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  330. Denton, Michael. Evolution, A Theory in Crisis. Bethesda: Adler & Adler, 1986.
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  333. Dubrov, A.P. The Geomagnetic Field and Life. New York: Plerum Press, 1978.
  334. Bartz, Paul. Letting God Create Your Day. Vol. 4. Minnasotta: Bible-Science Assoc., 1993.
  335. Hamerman, Warren J. "The Musicality of Living Processes," Washington: 21st Century Science and Technology. March-April 1989.
  336. Rees, Robin. The Way Nature Works. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1992.
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  343. lae WnM;[i Immanuel meaning God with us. pr. name applied to Jesus Christ at his birth because He was God in the flesh. (lae El, strong, God the mighty one. masc. Gen 35:1. lWa. 1/12 & WnM;[i prep. with us. 1st per. pl. ![I, mm'[;. 1/605, 604). Is 7:14. 5/509.
  344. r/BGI lae El Gibbor, God Almighty, strong, valiant. masc sing. lae meaning El, Strong, God the mighty one & r/BGI meaning almighty, strong, valiant. Is 9:6. lWa, rb'G;. 1/12, 130.
  345. O.T.: Ps 41:9, N.T.: Matt 26:49-50, Jn 13:21.
  346. O.T.: Zech 11:12; N.T.: Matt 26:15, 27:3.
  347. O.T.: Zech 11:13b, N.T.: Matt 27:5a.
  348. O.T.: Zech 11:13b, N.T.: Matt 27:7.
  349. O.T.: Zech 13:7; N.T.: Matt 26:31, Mk 14:27.
  350. O.T.: Ps 35:11, N.T.: Matt 26:59-60.
  351. O.T.: Is 53:7, N.T.: Matt 27:12.
  352. O.T.: Is 50:6, N.T.: Matt 26:67.
  353. O.T.: Ps 22:7-8, N.T.: Matt 27:31.
  354. O.T.: Ps 109:24-25; N.T.: Jn 19:17, Lk 23:26, Matt 27:31-32
  355. O.T.: Ps 22:16; N.T.: Lk 23:33, Jn 20:25.
  356. O.T.: Is 53:12; N.T.: Matt 27:38, Mk 15:27-28.
  357. O.T.: Is 53:12, N.T.: Lk 23:34.
  358. O.T.: Is 53:3, Ps 69:8, 118:22; N.T.: Jn 7:5, 48; Jn 1:11; Matt 21:42-43.
  359. O.T.: Ps 69:4, Is 49:7; N.T.: Jn 15:25.
  360. O.T.: Ps 38:11; N.T.: Lk 23:49, Mk 15:40, Matt 27:55-56.
  361. O.T.: Ps 109:25, 22:7; N.T.: Matt 27:39.
  362. O.T.: Ps 22:17, N.T.: Lk 23:35.
  363. O.T.: Ps 22:18, N.T.: Jn 19:23-24.
  364. O.T.: Ps 69:21, 22:15, N.T.: Jn 19:23.
  365. O.T.: Ps 69:21, N.T.: Matt 27:34, Jn 19:28-29.
  366. O.T.: Ps 22:1a, N.T.: Matt 27:46.
  367. O.T.: Ps 31:5, N.T.: Lk 23:46.
  368. O.T.: Ps 34:20, N.T.: Jn 19:33.
  369. O.T.: Ps 22:14, N.T.: Jn 19:34.
  370. O.T.: Zech 12:10, N.T.: Jn 19:34.
  371. O.T.: Amos 8:9, N.T.: Matt 27:45.
  372. O.T.: Is 53:9, N.T.: Matt 27:57-60.
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  374. Lubenow, Marvin L. Bones of Contention. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, © 1992 by Marven L. Lubenow.
  375. rp,se writing, something written, letter, epistle, book, enumeration. n. m.. sing. Genesis 5:1. rp's; a scribe. 1/580, 5/104/2.
  376. tdol]/T generations, families; family history, origin. n. fem. pl. constr. from hd;l;/T or td,l,/T meaning: birth, birth-place, offspring, progeny, family, relatives. Gen 5:1. doly to bear, bring forth; to beget as a father. 1/316-317, 5/387.
  377. btoK] to engrave, inscribe, write. Kal imp. sing. masc.. Exodus 17:14. bt'K;. 1/397, 5/1077/1.
  378. Ramm, Bernard. The Christian View of Science and Scripture. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1954.
  379. ejpiluvsew" a loosing, liberation; met. explanation, interpretation of what is enigmatical and obscure. gen. sing. (ejpi upon, over, of authority & luvw to loosen, unbind, unfasten. 2/153, 255). 2 Peter 1:20. ejpiluvsi", ejpiluvsw to loose what has previously been fastened or entangled, as a knot; met. to solve, to explain, what is enigmatical, as a parable, Mark 4:34; to settle, put an end to a matter of debate, Acts 19:39. 2/158, 4/316, 5/519/7.
  380. givnetai to cause to come into existence; to be created, exist by creation; to be born, produced, grow; to arise, come on, occur; to be appointed, constituted, established; to take place, come to pass, happen. 3 pers. sing. pres. ind. 2 Peter 1:20. givnomai. 2/78, 4/134, 5/73/11.
  381. hjnevcqh to bear, carry, bring forth. 3 pers. sing. aor. 1, pass. 2 Peter 1:21. fevrw. 2/187, 423; 4/898; 5/120/35.
  382. ferovmenoi to bear, carry, bring forth. nom. pl. masc. part. pres. pass. 2 Peter 1:20. fevrw. 2/423, 4/134, 5/73/11.
  383. ejlavlhsan to speak, make vocal utterance; to babble, talk. 3 pers. pl. aor. 1, ind. act. 2 Peter 1:21. lalevw. 2/130, 245; 4/507, 5/922/28.
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  386. !wyo 1) Noun: a day, time, year; day (as opposed to night); day (24 hour period); day as defined by evening and morning in Genesis 1; day as a division of time, a working day, a day’s journey. John D. Morris in his book, The Young Earth, asked the question: How long is a day? The word day (Hebrew !/y) can have a variety of meanings: a) A solar day, b) Daylight or c) Indefinite period of time. The word occurs 2,291 times in the Old Testament and it almost always means a literal day. When used in the plural form yamim (!ym/y, 845 times), it always refers to a literal day. When modified by numeral or ordinal in historical narrative (359 times in the Old Testament outside of Genesis 1), it always means a literal day. When modified by "evening and/or morning" (38 times outside of Genesis 1) it always means a literal day. The Context of Genesis 1 is a tight chronology. It forms a basis for our work week of six literal 24 hour days (Ex 20:11). Proper interpretation is a solar day, not an indefinite time period. It is interesting that as far back as man’s recorded history is, world wide is the observance of a seven day week which has no astronomical basis, unlike the month or year, for example. 2) days, lifetime (pl.); time, period (general); year; temporal references; today; yesterday; tomorrow. 2) Adverb by day, in the day time; !wyo !wyo, !wyow; !wyo, !wyoB] !wyo day by day, every day, daily; !wyoh' this day, to day; !wyoB] followed by an infinitive on the day that or when; !wyoB' in the day time, Jer 36:30; on this day, immediately; on that day, lately, Judges 13:10; !wyoK', !wyoh'K] about this day, this time, now; at that time, then; !wyomi from the time that, since. Dual !yIm'wyo two days. Piel !ymiy:, twmoyÒ (construct of twmoy:). 1) days, some days or time; !ymiy:mi, !ymiy: $Semi after many days, some time after. 2) time, duration generally; !ymiy:h' lB; at all times, always; *ym,y:mi as long as you live; !ymiy:B' aB; advanced in age; !ymiy: vd,jo a full month; !ymiy: !yIt'n:v] two full years. 3) a definite time, as a year; !ymiy:h' jb'z< yearly sacrifice; hm;ymiy: !ymiy:mi from year to year, annually. Noun: masculine singular, 3117, from an unused root meaning to be hot. Genesis 1:5. 1/302, 5/227/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.
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