2 Samuel 2:18 The three sons of Zeroas were there, Joab, Abishai and Asahel; and Asahel was as light as a wild gazelle. (WEB KJV ASV WBS RSV NIV) “For they went up to Assyria, a wild ass alone: Ephraim hired lovers.” By a comparison of the wild olive tree, whose quality but . Against Heresies: Book V Chapter X. Comparing the wild olive tree, whose quality, but not its nature, is modified by grafting, it proves more. /…/Irenaeus/Against Heresies/Chapter X by an established comparison.htm “Because palaces are abandoned; the multitude of the city will remain; fortresses and towers will forever be caves, a joy of wild ash trees, a pasture of herds; We will also pass by the wild bacchanalia found in. Book V. 19 We will also pass by the wild bacchanalia, which are called omophagy in Greek? We will pass by the wild bacchanalia. /…/The seven books of Arnobius against the Gentiles/19 We shall pass.htm Psalm 79:2 They gave food to the corpses of your servants for the birds of the air, the flesh of your saints for the wild beast of the earth. (YLT) 2 Kings 4:39 One of them went out into the fields to gather herbs, and found a wild vine, and gathered full wild pumpkins, and came to shred them in the pot of stew; for they did not recognize them. (WEB KJV JPS ASV DBY WBS NAS RSV NIV) 4808. Suke — a fig tree.

Definition: a fig tree. 4808 — Fig tree that grows abundantly in Palestine as a wild and cultivated tree. The fig tree carries. strongsnumbers.com/greek2/4808.htm – 6k 3rd (excellent) desert; uninhabited or cultivated; like, wild land. God sent me into the wilderness. ASPIRATIONS God sent me into the desert of the desert. 8,8,8,8,8,8 tr., John Brownlie. I. God sent me into the desert of the desert. Where everything is parched by endless drought. christianbookshelf.org/brownlie/hymns of the East/God sent me into the wilderness.htm (paqqu`oth sadheh, 2 Kings 4:39): The root paqa` means “split” or “to open”, and on this basis these “wild pumpkins” have been identified with the fruit of the splashing cucumber (Ecballium elaterium).

This small pumpkin, 1 1/2 to 2 inches long when fully ripe, suddenly falls off, when touched or shaken, the bitter and irritating juice is sprayed at a considerable distance and the seeds are thrown all around. It is extremely common in Palestine, and its familiar toxic properties as a drastic cathartic made it unlikely that its fruit could in no way be confused with an edible pumpkin; nor is it like wine (“wild vine,” 2 Kings 4:39) in appearance; The stem is stiff and straight and there are no tendrils. The traditional plant, Cucumis prophetarium, which grows in the desert and has very small “pumpkins”, is not really recommended. By far the most likely plant is the colocynth (Citrullus colocynthis), which, like the latter two, belongs to the natural order Cucurbitaceae. This view is supported by the Septuagint and the Vulgate (Jerome`s Latin Bible, 390-405 AD). It is a vine-like plant that spreads on the ground or attaches to other plants through its spiral tendrils. Rounded “pumpkins” are 3 inches or more in diameter and contain a very bitter and extremely toxic pulp in small amounts.E. W. G. Masterman “Who sent the wild ass free? Or who loosened the ribbons of the wild ass? Matthew 6:30 And if God thus puts on the wild grass that blooms today and will be thrown into the oven tomorrow, is it not much more certain that He will clothe you, you who have little faith? (WEY) Psalm 22:21Save me from the mouth of the lion! Yes, horns of wild oxen, you answered me.

(WEB JPS ASV NAS RSV NIV) Psalm 74:19Do not abandon the soul of your dove to wild beasts. Do not forget the lives of your poor forever. (WEB JPS ASV DBY NAS RSV NIV) Manich`s wild fantasies?? We. The struggle before the Constitution. Against Manich`s letter?? called us Fundamental. Chapter 12: “Manich`s wild fantasies?? We. The struggle before the constitution of the world. 14. /…/Chapter 12 Name Wild Fantasies.htm Genesis 16:12He will be like a wild ass among men.

His hand will be against every man, and every man`s hand against him. He will dwell in front of all his brothers. (WEB KJV JPS ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV) Psalm 50:11I know all the birds of the mountains. The wild animals in the field are mine. (WEB KJV JPS ASV WBS YLT) My recent reading and observation of Life of Pi inspires me to share with you an article on the Hebrew term for wild animals: חַיּוֹת בַּר. In rabbinic literature, חַיָּה (derived from the word חָיmeaning alive) refers specifically to an undomesticated animal, while בְּהֵמָה refers to a domestic animal. But in modern Hebrew, חיה is the generic word for animal. A specifically wild animal is a חַיַּת בַּר, where the ה (h) in חיה becomes a ת (t) in this relation “of” (construct-סְמִיכוּת) – literally an animal of nature.

And ברmeans wild. A synonym for חיית בר is חַיַּת פֶּרֶא – also wild animal. 7. (excellent) indication of strong emotions, intense excitement or / confusion; like, a wild look. The fight with wild animals in Ephesus. XIII TO END THE FIGHT WITH WILD ANIMALS IN EPHESUS.