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Constitution of Man
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*Spirit

hm;v;nÒ breath, spirit. 1) breath. 2) life; meton. a living thing. 3) spirit of man. 4) anger. noun fem. singular, 5397; of mv'n: to breath, pant, 5395. Gen 2:7. 1/567, 566; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

j'Wr 1) Ruach, Spirit of God, wind, breath, spirit, breath of air, air, gas; spirit, disposition as troubled, bitter, discontented; prophetic spirit; God’s spirit departing at death, disembodied being. 2) spirit of man. Noun: masculine singular, 7307; from j'Wr, 7306. 1 Chron 12:18. 1/678, 5/924/2, 3; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Soul

h[,me 1) internal organs, inward parts, bowels, intestines, belly. 1A) literally hx;r]a' wy[;me JPov]YIw" and he poured out his inward parts on the ground (through a wound). 2A) as digestive organs, but without precision, nearly = stomach, belly; so of fish that swallowed Jonah. 2) source of procreation. 3) womb, organs of procreation. 4) in general: inwards, inward part. 5) figuratively: the soul, heart, emotions, seat of emotions: pity; of God’s compassion; distress; love. 6) the external belly. Noun: masculine singular, 4578. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

vp,n< soul, soul-life, self-consciousness. Man’s Soul is the means by which he has self-consciousness, self-awareness, relationship with self. Second, it is the medium between the spirit and the body. Third, it is what man becomes and manifests through his physical body in personality, vocation, and lifestyle as a result of, one, heart response to what he has learned through his mind body, conscience, and emotions; two, through what he has received from God through his spirit; and three, as a result of those abilities and talents God has chosen to give him individually.The whole view of the Bible is that the life of man is his soul and that the soul itself is man himself. The two passages in the Bible Matthew 16:26 and Luke 9:25 makes this plain. Watchman Nee, in his book The Spiritual Man, comments concerning these two passages: “This signifies that the Holy Spirit is using Matthew to explain the meaning of ‘himself’ in Luke and Luke the meaning of ‘soul’ in Matthew. Man’s soul is the man himself, and vice versa.”48/41 The soul is the essence of man himself, the medium between his spirit and body. The spirit has no access to the body except through the soul and then only with the soul’s initiated cooperation. In the same way, the body has no access to the spirit. Man’s soul is also the means by which man carries out God’s will and plan for his life. Jesus reveals his will for our lives though our spirits. The soul then decides whether it will carry it out through the body or not. The Old Testament identifies man’s soul with his blood: “Only flesh1320 with its soul5315c, its blood1818a, you shall not eat” (Genesis 9:4, Leviticus 17:11-14). Blood flowing through man’s veins represents that he is physically alive. As long as we are physically alive and the blood is flowing, the potential of the full development of our souls, as Jesus intended, has the potential of being realized. But if murdered or our blood is shed (Gen 9:4-6) the potential of what we could have become and accomplished in Christ is destroyed. Jesus shed his blood, gave up his earthly soul-life, so that our souls might be saved. Sin takes place in the soul. Watchman Nee writes, “We should carefully note that the soul is where man expresses his free will and exerts his own mastery. The Bible therefore often records that it is the soul which sins. For example, Micah 6:7 says, ‘the sin of my soul.’ Ezekiel 18:4, 20 reads, ‘the soul that sins.’ And in the books of Leviticus and Numbers mention frequently is made that the soul sins. Why? Because it is the soul which chooses to sin.”48/48-49 Because it is the soul that sins, therefore it is the soul that needs to be atoned for. Moses wrote, “You give the heave-offering of Yehovah to make atonement for your souls” (Exodus 30:15). “For the soul of the flesh is in the blood; and I have given it to you upon the altar to make atonement for your souls, for it is the blood that makes atonement for the soul” (See also Numbers 31:50). Isaiah 53:10-12 tells us that Jesus poured out His Soul, shed His blood, to redeem our souls. Sin also destroys the potential of the soul. This is why the writer of Proverbs states “He who commits adultery with a woman is lacking heart; he who would destroy his soul does it.” (Prov 6:32). It takes discipline and self-control over one’s emotions and lusts to develop his soul-potential. Sin weakens the will (Heart) resulting in lack of discipline and self-control and thus frustrating the soul-potential or destroying it all together. Jesus, in talking about the soul, said, “If anyone wishes to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. For whoever wishes to save his soul shall lose it; but whoever loses his soul for My sake shall find it. For what will a man be profited, if he gains the whole world, and forfeits his soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul? For the Son of Man is going to come in the glory of His Father with His angels; and will then recompense every man according to his doing” (Matt 16:24-27). Jesus explains clearly that our soul is developed through surrender of our lives and will to His will. To pursue our own course according to our own will leads to ultimate destruction of our soul; that is, destroys the potential of what Jesus intended. Jesus said, “It is the Spirit who creates-life126; the flesh profits nothing” (John 6:63). In Matthew 16:24-27, Jesus is also telling us that if we will not compromise in our walk with him when man shuts the door in our face through natural means, that He will Himself make sure that our soul is developed as He intended. He will make the way (Prov 29:25; 1 Pet 2:23, 4:19). The Apostle John said, “Beloved, I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers.” (3 John 2). As we allow Jesus to develop our talents and abilities according to His purpose and plans for our lives, which is our soul development, there will be a market for what we have and thus financially and materially we will prosper. (Deut 30:9-10). I believe this involves the maturity of our character as well. Noun: feminine singular, 5315; from vp'n: to take a breath, refresh oneself, 5314. Gen 2:7. 1/558, 5/917/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Conscience

!h,ynEP] tr'K;h' a look at their face witnesses against them, or the expression of their face, their conscience. A Compound Expression, 1971a; from hr;K;h' expression, 1971, & !h,ynEp] their-faces, 6440c. Isaiah 3:9. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Heart

ble 1) heart which is the essence of his soul, it is the part of man which decides how he will respond to what he has learned through his spirit, soul and body; through his mind; through gifts and manifestations of the Holy Spirit; through the promptings of his conscience; and through his emotions. It is the volitional part of man. Man’s Heart is the reality of man’s soul. It is man himself who listens to his spirit: conscience, gifts and manifestations of the Holy Spirit and God’s revelation through communion; which searches out its library: memory, knowledge and past experience in the mind; and to the information gained through the five senses of his body and then decides independently of this information gained through all these avenues what it will follow or do. The Bible defines the heart as the volition of man. There are four functions of man’s soul which are manifested through man’s heart because they are all centered in man’s volition: conscious reasoning, subconscious holdings, the soul-expression, and God-implanted giftedness. The conscious part of man’s being is where reasoning takes place, for it takes an act of the will to reason (Mk 2:6, 2:8; Lk 5:22). Our self-consciousness is the very evidence of the existence of our soul. The Greek word that best describes the conscious aspect of man’s constitution is nou'". Vine defines nous as “. . the seat of reflective consciousness, comprising the faculties of perception and understanding and those of feelings, judging, determining,” 26/CD. Mark records in the Gospel of Mark that after Jesus forgave the sins of the paralytic, the scribes begin to argue among themselves as to how a man could have authority to forgive sins: “And immediately Jesus, aware in His spirit that they were reasoning that way within themselves, said to them, “Why are you reasoning about these things in your hearts?” Mark 2:8. The subconscious part of man’s being is where basic presuppositions, decisions made, and talents are stored or implanted as a result of volitional decisions made through conscious reasoning and God implanted giftedness. It is also the root of soul-expression (1 Cor 14:25, Prov 27:19). The word t/yl;K] (kelayoth in Hebrew in the Old Testament and nefroiv (nephroi) in Greek in the New Testament translated reins are the words used to describe the subconscious aspect of man’s constitution. “I, Yehovah, search the heart, I test the reins, even to give to each man according to his ways, according to the results of his deeds,” Jer 17:10. “. . . and all the churches will know that I am He [Jesus] who searches the reins and hearts; and I will give to each one of you according to your deeds,” Rev 2:23. David Cairns in his book, The Image of God in Man, defines this word as meaning “. . . where motive, or that which is known to God but hidden to man,” 46/34. Lawrence J. Crabb in his book, Effective Biblical Counseling, defining what he calls the unconscious mind states that it is “. . . the reservoir of basic assumptions which people firmly and emotionally hold about how to meet their needs of significance and security,” 47/91. When God commanded Moses to build a tabernacle he told him he would implant in the heart of certain individuals abilities and skills required to do the work of art necessary: “And in the hearts of all who are wise of heart I have put wisdom, that they may make all that I have commanded you” (Exodus 31:6). Why is it that we can intellectually have an understanding of something in theory but cannot perfect it in physical practice where as someone else can? Because the ability to exercise our heart in that skill has not been given to us by God. If, however, God chooses, He can enlarge the capacity of our heart to be able to exercise skills we have not been able to do before. In a dream, in 1 Kings 3:5, God said to Solomon, “Ask what you wish me to give you.” Solomon said to God in reply, “Give Your servant a hearing heart to judge Your people to discern between good and evil. For who is able to judge this great people of Yours?” 1 Kings 3:9. God states in reply, “Behold, I have given you a wise and discerning heart, so that there has been no one like you before you, nor shall one like you arise after you,” 1 Kings 3:12. Later the writer of 1 Kings tells us, “Now Elohim gave Solomon wisdom and very great discernment and largeness of heart, like the sand that is on the seashore. And Solomon’s wisdom surpassed the wisdom of all the sons of the east and all the wisdom of Egypt,” 1 Kings 4:29-30. 2) middle, midst, inner part. Noun: masculine singular, 3820; a form of bb;le heart, understanding, 3824. 1/406, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

bb;le heart, will, understanding; heart of man; inclination, resolution, determination, will; seat of appetites; seat of emotions and passions, see 3820. Noun: masculine singular, 3824; from bb'l; become wise, acquire understanding, 3823. 1/406, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

hB;li heart, see 3820. Noun: feminine singular, 3826; of ble, 3820. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

h[,me 1) internal organs, inward parts, bowels, intestines, belly. 1A) literally hx;r]a' wy[;me JPov]YIw" and he poured out his inward parts on the ground (through a wound). 2A) as digestive organs, but without precision, nearly = stomach, belly; so of fish that swallowed Jonah. 2) source of procreation. 3) womb, organs of procreation. 4) in general: inwards, inward part. 5) figuratively: the soul, heart, emotions, seat of emotions: pity; of God’s compassion; distress; love. 6) the external belly. Noun: masculine singular, 4578. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD. hw: bowels

@ybime understanding, intelligent, wise. Verb: hifil participle, masculine singular, 995a; from @yBi, 995. Prov 28:2. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Imagination

rx,yE 1) to form, frame, imagination, mind. 2) conception, thought, purpose, intent. noun: masculine singular, 3336; from rx'y:, 3335. Gen 6:5, Isaiah 26:3. 1/339, 5/367/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

tyKic]m' 1) image, figure, picture; show-piece, carved figure or idol. 2) imagination, idea, thought. Noun: feminine singular, 4906. 1/713, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Mind

rx,yE 1) to form, frame, imagination, mind. 2) conception, thought, purpose, intent. noun: masculine singular, 3336; from rx'y:, 3335. Gen 6:5, Isaiah 26:3. 1/339, 5/367/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Understanding

@ybime understanding, intelligent, wise. Verb: hifil participle, masculine singular, 995a; from @yBi, 995. Prov 28:2. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

@WbT;, fem. hn:WbT], hn:bu/T 1) understanding, intelligence, insight, Isaiah 40:28. 2) the act of understanding, skill. 3) personification: teacher. 4) intelligent words or speeches, Job 32:11. Noun: masculine singular, 8394; from @yBi to distinguish, discern, 995. 1/80, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Will

$pej; to will, to desire, to delight in, take pleasure in, be pleased with. Qal 1) to bend, incline, Job 40:17. 2) intransitive to incline, to be favorably disposed towards any one, or any thing, to delight in, be pleased with, construct with B], also accusative. 3) followed by an infinitive to will, to desire, to be pleased to do anything. Verb: 3rd masculine singular, 2654. 1/270, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

@wxor;, @xor; will, pleasure, delight, favour, goodwill, acceptance. 1) will, self-will, desire, pleasure; hence wantonness, Gen 49:6. 2) delight, satisfaction, acceptance; @/xr;l], @/xr;Al[' acceptable, well pleasing. 3) object of delight, acceptance. 4) good-will, favor, grace; meton. favors, benefits. Noun: masculine singular, 7522; from hx;r; to be pleased with, 7521. 1/690, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Body

@f,B, 1) belly, abdomen of man, of woman; as beautiful in form; as seat of hunger; as eating; as seat of passion, avarice; in fig. of God’s casting riches out of extortioner’s belly; depth of Sheol. 2) womb; @t,b, yriP] mine own son; ynIm]bi ynEB] mine own children. 3) body as opposed to the soul vp,n<. 4) the inmost part spoken of the heart soulishly, also of l/av]. 5) a protrusion in a column, 1 Kings 7:20; architectural word of some rounded projection connected with the two pillars Jachin & Boaz bell, cushion. 6) Beten personal name of a town in Asher, Joshua 19:25. Noun: feminine singular, 990. 1/79, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

rc;B; 1) flesh. 2) rc;B;AlK; all flesh meaning all physically living creatures of both man and animal. 3) flesh of blood relations, Gen 2:23. 4) flesh, meaning in bondage to the bodly appetites and desires, Gen 6:3. 5) flesh, meaning depending on the strength of men rather than God, Jer 17:5. 6) body of both man and animals. Man’s Body is the means by which he has world-consciousness and is the means by which he relates to and communicates with the physical world through his five senses. Second, it is the means through which his soul carries out Jesus’ love and plan for his life outlined in the Bible and revealed through his spirit through union with the Holy Spirit. Third, it is the means by which he gives expression of his soul-life. This is the reason for the resurrection, because our bodies are the means through which we are able to give expression of our soul life. The lost are also resurrected, and the damnation of Hell is that they are no longer able to develop or give expression of their soul-life through the body. This is what is meant by the destruction of the soul: Destruction meaning no means to develop or express their inward soul forever; absolute permanent frustration of development and expression of the soul through the body: Hell. Jesse Penn-Lewis, in his book Soul & Spirit, says the following about the constitution of man: “Tertullian, one of the Church Fathers who wrote in the early centuries of the Christian era, calls the ‘flesh’—or physical being—‘the body of the soul’, and the soul ‘the vessel of the spirit.’ The soul stands between the spirit and the body, for ‘direct communication between spirit and flesh is impossible; their intercourse can be carried on only by means of a medium’—the soul being that medium.” Noun: masculine singular, 1320; from rc'B; to anounce, declare, 1319. 1/123, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 52/138.

hY:wIG] 1) person, body of a living man or animal. 2) dead body, corpse, carcase. Noun: feminine singular, 1472; prolonged for hw:GE the back, behind, 1465. 1/133, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Arm

['wroz]a, arm. Noun: fememine singular, 248; a variation for [wrozÒ arm, 2220. Jeremiah 32:21. 1/243, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

[wrozÒ, ['rozÒ; fem. h[;wroz], h[;roz] 1) arm. 2) foreleg, shoulder of an animal. 3) strength, power, might. 4) forces political and military. Noun: feminine singular, 2220; from [r'z: to spread, scatter, 2232. 1/243, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Armpits

*yd,y: twlXia' armpits. twlXia' joints, 679b, *yd,y: your-arms, 3027p. Jeremiah 38:12. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Back

r/ja;, rjoa; 1) the back part, hinder side. 2) the west. 3) adverb: r/ja;B] backwards; r/ja;l], r/ja;me behind; r/ja;l] hereafter. Substantive: masculine singular, 268; from [r'yjia} name: My Brother Is Evil, 299. 1/19, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

bG" 1) a back. 2) boss of a shield or buckler, Job 15:26. 3) defence, mound, Job 13:12. 4) vault. 5) the rim or curvature of a wheel. 6) arch of the eyebrow, Lev 14:9. Noun: masculine/feminine singular, 1354; from an unused root bb'G: to be curved. 1/127, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

wG" 1) the back. 2) middle, midst, Job 30:5. Noun: masculine singular, 1458. 1/133, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

wGE the back, back midst. Noun: masculine singular, 1460; from hw:GE the back, 1465. Isaiah 50:6. 1/133, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

hw:GE 1) the back. 2) behind. Noun: feminine singular, 1465. 1/133, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

!k,v] 1) shoulder, shoulders, back; shoulder blade. 2) part, portion, Genesis 48:22. 3) personal name: Shechem a city in the mountains of Ephraim, pertaining to the Levites; with h paragogic hm;k]v,. 4) personal name of a Canaanite, Genesis 33:19. Noun: masculine singular, 7926. 1/715, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Beard, Chin

 

@q;z: 1) beard. 2) chin. Noun: masculine singular, 2206; from @qez: to be or grow old, 2204. 1/241, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Belly

@f,B, 1) belly, abdomen of man, of woman; as beautiful in form; as seat of hunger; as eating; as seat of passion, avarice; in fig. of God’s casting riches out of extortioner’s belly; depth of Sheol. 2) womb; @t,b, yriP] mine own son; ynIm]bi ynEB] mine own children. 3) body as opposed to the soul vp,n<. 4) the inmost part spoken of the heart soulishly, also of l/av]. 5) a protrusion in a column, 1 Kings 7:20; architectural word of some rounded projection connected with the two pillars Jachin & Boaz bell, cushion. 6) Beten personal name of a town in Asher, Joshua 19:25. Noun: feminine singular, 990. 1/79, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

creK] belly, stomach. Noun: masculine singular, 3770. Jeremiah 51:34. 1/394, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Blood

!D; blood. Noun, masculine singular construct, 1818; from !m'D;, 1826. Gen 9:6. !d;a;. Ezekiel 5:17. 1/151, 8; 3; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD/1818.

*Bone

!r,G< bone, strength, bar, self. 1) bone. 2) strength, strong-boned; !r,G< r/mj} strong ass, Gen 49:14. 3) bare of stairs, substance, body, 2 Kings 9:13. t/l[M}h' !r,G<Ala, upon the steps (framework) themselves, the very stepsNoun: masculine singular, 1634; from !r'GÒ to naw a bone, 1633. Prov 17:22. 1/141, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

!r,G< bone. Noun: Aramaic masculine singular, 1635; corresponding to !r,G< bone, 1634. 1/141, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

!x,[, bone, essence, substance. Noun, feminine singular, 6106; from !x'[;, 6105. Gen 2:23. 1/610, 5/104/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Bowels

h[,me 1) internal organs, inward parts, bowels, intestines, belly. 1A) literally hx;r]a' wy[;me JPov]YIw" and he poured out his inward parts on the ground (through a wound). 2A) as digestive organs, but without precision, nearly = stomach, belly; so of fish that swallowed Jonah. 2) source of procreation. 3) womb, organs of procreation. 4) in general: inwards, inward part. 5) figuratively: the soul, heart, emotions, seat of emotions: pity; of God’s compassion; distress; love. 6) the external belly. Noun: masculine singular, 4578. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Breast, Nipple, Teat

dD' breast, nipple, teat, only in the dual breasts. Noun: masculine singular, 1717; from dwDo beloved, loved one, 1730. 1/146, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

dv', dvo the breast, teat, spoken of men and animals. Noun: masculine singular, 7699; from hd;v; not used, Arabic adv to moisten, irrigate, 7736. 1/702, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Brow, Forehead

jx'me, pl. t/hx]mi brow, forehead, front, where the giant Galiath was struck by the stone from David’s sling; also used to refer to the boldness, firmness of prophet. Noun: masculine singular, 4696; from an unused root meaning to be clear, to stand out prominently. 1/509, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Buttocks

tve pl. t/tv] buttocks, seat of body. Noun: masculine singular, 8351 from ha;v; crash, crash into, 7582. 1/712, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

ht;ve buttocks, seat of body. Noun: masculine singular, 8357 from tyvi to put, set, 7896. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Ear

@z<ao 1) ear as part of the body. 2) ear as organ of hearing. 3) subjective: to uncover the ear to reveal; the receiver of divine revelation. Noun: feminine singular, 241; from @z"a; to weigh, consider, 238. 1/, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Eyes

@yI[' 1) eye; ' p] ynEy[el] before the eyes of any one, in his presence; 'p] ynEy[eB] in the eyes of any one, in his opinion, judgment; hence, yn"y[eB] b/f it seemeth good to me, i.e. it pleases me; wyn:y[eB] !k;j; wise in his own estimation, conceited; 'p] ynEy[eme away from the eyes of any one, i.e. behind his back; !yIn"y[e @yBe between the eyes, i.e. on the forehead; hy:h:l] !yIn"y[eli to be for eyes to any one, i.e. to lead him the right way; @yI['B] @yi[' eye with eye, with both eyes, plainly; t/mr; !yIn"y[e lofty eyes, i.e. pride. 2) face, surface. 3) face, appearance. 4) fountain; pl. t/ny:[}, construct t/ny[i. Noun: masculine/feminine, 5869. 1/596, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Eyelid

#['p][' 1) eyelid. 2) figuratively of dawn, rays of the sun. Noun: masculine singular, 6079; from #W[ to fly, fly about, fly away, 5774. 1/592, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Face

!ynIP; face, contenance, before, presence; pl., but always single, of an unused noun hn<P;. Noun, masculine plural construct, 6440, but always single, of an unused root hn<P;; from hn:P;,, 6437. 1/628, 627; 5/321/4; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Fat

bl,j,, bl,je 1) fat of human body. 2) fat as grossness of wicked. 3) fat of beasts. 4) fat, fatness; thus the best of any thing as in the choicest products of the land: oil, wine, corn and oil. 5) personal name masculine Heleb, 2 Sam 23:29. Noun: masculine singular, 2459. 1/258, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Finger

[B'x]a, 1) finger, especially forefinger of priest applying blood or oil; of any sign of contempt; of God, as writing = act of God; plural fingers, poetical for hand, Ps 8:4. 2) a digit, a measure, Jer 52:21. 3) with !yIl'gÒr' a toe; wyl;gÒr' t[oB]x]a, literally: fingers of his feet. Noun: feminine singular, 676; from the same as [b'x, to dip in, tinge, dye, 6648. 1/639, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Foot, Leg

!['P', fem. hm;[}P' a striking or stamping. 1) an anvil, Isaiah 41:7. 2) hammer. 3) step, footstep. 4) metaphorically of the progress of a chariot, Judges 5:28; thus foot, pedestal, Exodus 25:12. 5) !['P', tj'a' ' P' once, !yim'[}P' twice, !ymi[;P] vlov; Three times; !['P'h' this time, now; !['p'B] !['p'B] as at other times; !['P'A!['P' at one timeat another, Proverbs 7:12. Noun: feminine singular, 6471; from !['P; to impel, urge, move, 6470. 1/629, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

lg,r, 1) foot of man or beast. 2) step, pace. Noun: feminine singular, 7272; from lg"r; to go on foot, spy out, 7270. 1/675, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Foreskin

hl;r][;, pl. t/lr;[} foreskin, uncircumcised. 1) foreskin, Genesis 17:11; ble tl'r][; uncircumcision of the heart. 2) applied to the fruit of the three first years, Lev 19:23. Noun: feminine singular, 6190; from lre[; foreskin, uncircumcised, 6198. 1/614, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Hand

@p,jo only appears in the dual !yIn"p]j; handfuls, hollow of the hand, the fists. Nound: masculine singular, 2651. 1/269, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

dy: hand. Noun: feminine singular, 3027. 1/296, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

dy" 1) hand. 2) power. Aramaic Noun: feminine singular, 3028; corresponding to dy: hand, 3027. 1/296, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Hair

r[;ce, r['c' 1) hair, including human beard and eyebrows. 2) garment made of hair, animal skin with hair. Noun: masculine singular, 8181; from r['c; to shudder, dread, 8175. 1/732, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Head

varo head of men and animals. Noun: 3 masculine singular, 7218. 1/671, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Jaw, Cheek

yjil] jaw or cheek. Noun: masculine singular, 3895. 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Knee

&r,B, 1) knee. 2) figuratively: weak from fear. Noun: feminine singular, 1290; from &r'B; to bend the knee, to kneel, 1288. 1/116, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Left Hand

lwamov], lamov] 1) the left, left side; lamoC]mi on the left; lamoc], 'c] l[' to the left; ' c] dy" the lefthand. 2) with dy: the left hand, Isaiah 9:20. 3) the north as one faces east, Job 23:9, Gen14:15. Noun: masculine singular, 8040. 1/723, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Leg, Thigh

lg,r, 1) foot or leg of man or beast. 2) step, pace. Noun: feminine singular, 7272; from lg"r; to go on foot, spy out, 7270. 1/675, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

q/v leg or thigh. 1) of man of the lower leg calf as opposed to the thigh. 2) thigh, upper leg, hind leg of the portion eaten of sacrificial animal. Noun: feminine singular, 7785; from qWv to run, 7783. Isaiah 47:2. 1/707, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Loins, Waist, Hips

$l;j; only in dual form !yIx'l;j} 1) the loins, waist, reins as the seat of strength and activity. 2) the loins as girded. 3) the loins as seat of pain as in woman's travail. Noun: masculine singular, 2504; from $l'j; to draw or pull off as a shoe, 2502. 1/261, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

@t,mo, in dual form only !yIn"t]m; loins, hips. Noun: masculine singular, 4975; from an unused Arabic root @t'm; to be firm. 1/527, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Mouth

&je mouth, palate, taste, gums. 1) palate, roof of the mouth. 2) metaphorically seat of perception, Prov 8:7. Noun: masculine singular, 2441; from &n"j; to instruct, initiate, 2596. 1/266, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

hP,,, yPi 1) mouth. 2) mouth, operture, entrance. Noun: masculine singular, 6310. 1/620; from ha;P; to breathe, blow, 6284, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Mustache

!p;c; mustache. Noun: masculine singular, 8222; from hp;c; lip, language, speech, 8193. Ezek 24:17. 1/734, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Neck, Throat

twroG]r]G" neck, throat. Always used in a figurative sense such as “Bind them upon your neck”. Noun: feminine plural, 1621. 1/142, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

@wroG:, @roG: 1) neck, throat of the visible front exterior. 2) throat as capable of thirst; as organ of speech. 3) figuratively: of open sepulchre. Noun: masculine singular, 1627; from rr'G: to drag, draw away, 1647. 1/142, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

#r,[o 1) neck, back of the neck, back. 2) the back of the neck as in fleeing a foe. 3) figuratively the back of the neck as in apostasy. 4) figuratively to be stiff necked, obstinate. Noun: masculine singular, 6203; from #r'[; to break the neck, 6202. 1/615, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

raW:x', rW:x', @rW:x', fem. hr;aW:x' 1) the neck. 2) sometimes the back or back of the neck of man and animal. Noun: masculine singular, 6677; from rWx to bind up, press, besiege, 6696. 1/643, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Nose, Nostril

#a' 1) nostril as organ of breathing, nose as organ of smelling. 2) anger, #a' l['B', #a' vyai an angry man. Dual !yIP'a' 1) the nostrils. Noun: masculine singular, 639; from to breath hard, i. e. be enraged angry, displeased, 599. 1/36, 5/700/1, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Palate, Roof of the Mouth

&je 1) palate, roof of the mouth. 2) metaphorically seat of perception, Prov 8:7. Noun: masculine singular, 2441; from &n"j; to instruct, initiate, 2596. 1/266, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Palm, hand, Sole of Foot

#K' 1) the hallow, palm of the hand; often also for the hand itself; dual !yIP'K', plural t/PK'; in animals the paw; lg,r, #K' the sole of the foot. Noun: feminine singular, 3709; from #p'K; to bend, bow down, 3721. 1/390, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

l['vo 1) the hollow hand, palm. 2) handful. Noun: masculine singular, 8168; from an unused root l['v; to hollow out. 1/732, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Right Hand

@ymiy: 1) the-right-hand, right-side, right direction. 2) south the direction of the right hand when facing East. Noun: feminine singular, 3225; from @m'y: to choose or go to the right, 3231. 1/321, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Shoulder, Shoulder Blade

#teK;, pl. t/pteK] 1) shoulder, shoulder blade of a man or animal. 2) slope, side of a mountain, edifice, of the sea, of a city or region. 3) supports of the bases for the lavers beside the temple. 4) shoulder-pieces of a garment. 5) sides, jambs of doors or gates, Ezek 41:2, 26. 6) shoulders of an axle, 1 Kings 7:30, 34. Noun: feminine singular, 3802. 1/398, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

!k,v] 1) shoulder, shoulders, back; shoulder blade. 2) part, portion, Genesis 48:22. 3) personal name: Shechem a city in the mountains of Ephraim, pertaining to the Levites; with h paragogic hm;k]v,. 4) personal name of a Canaanite, Genesis 33:19. Noun: masculine singular, 7926. 1/715, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Sinew

dyGI 1) sinew, nerve. 2) perhaps band, Isaiah 48:4. Noun: masculine singular, 1517. 1/136, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Skin

r/[ 1) skin of man or of animals. 2) gums of the teeth. 3) hide, leather of animals after skinning. Noun: masculine singular, 5785; from rW[ to be made bare, 5783. 1/592, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Tongue

@wvol;, @vol;, hn:vol] tongue. Noun: masculine singular, 3956; from @v'l; to use the tongue, slander, 3960. Isaiah 5:24. 1/457, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Tooth

@ve 1) a tooth. 2) ivory. 3) tooth or prong of a fork, 1 Sam 2:13. 4) a sharp cliff. Noun: feminine singular, 8127; from @n"v; to sharpen, 8150. 1/731, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Thigh

&rey: 1) thigh, loin; &r,y< yaex]yI the comers out of the thigh, i.e. the descendants of; &rey;Al[' qp's; to smite upon the thigh, in token of distress. Duel !yIk'rey} both thighs. 2) of inanimate things; the shank of the candlestick in the tabernacle; side of a tent. Noun: feminine singular, 3409. Ezek 21:12. 1/348, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD

q/v leg or thigh. 1) of man of the lower leg calf as opposed tothe thigh. 2) thigh, upper leg, hind leg of the portion eaten of sacrificial animal. Noun: feminine singular, 7785; from qWv to run, 7783. Isaiah 47:2. 1/707, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Umbilical Cord

rvo 1) umbilical cord, navel, navel-string, Ezek 16:4. 2) sinew, muscle, Prov 3:8. Noun: masculine singular, 8270; from rr'v; to be an enemy, 8324. 1/741, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Womb

@f,B, 1) belly, abdomen of man, of woman; as beautiful in form; as seat of hunger; as eating; as seat of passion, avarice; in fig. of God’s casting riches out of extortioner’s belly; depth of Sheol. 2) womb; @t,b, yriP] mine own son; ynIm]bi ynEB] mine own children. 3) body as opposed to the soul vp,n<. 4) the inmost part spoken of the heart soulishly, also of l/av]. 5) a protrusion in a column, 1 Kings 7:20; architectural word of some rounded projection connected with the two pillars Jachin & Boaz bell, cushion. 6) Beten personal name of a town in Asher, Joshua 19:25. Noun: feminine singular, 990. 1/79, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

!j'r' 1) the womb, Isaiah 46:3. 2) a maiden, Judges 5:30. 3) pl. !ymih}r' 1A) intestines, Prov 12:10; 2A) tender affection, love; 3A) compassion, pity, mercy. Noun: masculine singular, 7356; from !j'r; to love, 7355. 1/681, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

*Wrist, Elbow, Joint

lyXia' juncture, joint, elbow. 2) !yId'y: yleyZia' the wrists. Noun: feminine, 679. 1/42, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

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