Bible Dictionary: Fn. 1840
- FOAL, a young camel, ass, or horse,
Gen. 32:15; 49:11; Zech. 9:9.
- FOAM, froth, spume, Hos. 10:7.
- FOAM, to froth as the effect of agi-
tating rage, Mark 9:18.
- FOAMING, spuming, as being greatly
agitated, Matt. 9:20; Jude 13.
- FODDER, the winter food of animals,
- FOES, enemies in war, 1 Chron. 21:12:
persecutors, Est. 9:16.
- FOLD, an enclosure for sheep, Num.
32:24: a division of the church of
Christ, John 10:16: rate of increase, as
thirty-fold, Matt. 13:8.
- FOLD, to double up, as a garment,
Heb. 1:12: to lay over one another, as
the hands, Eccles. 4:5.
- FOLDEN, laid over one another, Nah.
- FOLK, people, Gen. 33:15; Acts 5:
16: a community, as of animals, Prov.
- FOLLOW, to come after a guide, Gen.
24:8, 61: to serve, as idolators follow
idols, 1 Kings 18:21: to worship and
obey, as the true servants of Christ, John
10:27; Mark 16:24.
- FOLLOWED, did follow, Gen. 24:61;
2 Sam. 3:31: did serve, Josh. 14:8;
Judg. 2:12: did practise, 2 Kings
- FOLLOWERS, imitators, 1 Cor. 4:16;
1 Thess. 2:14; Heb. 6:12.
- FOLLOWING, going after, Job 21:20:
pursuing, 1 Sam. 14:46; 24:1: serv-
ing, Josh. 22:16; Judg. 2:19.
- FOLLOWING, succeeding or next in
order, Psal. 109:13; Luke 13:33.
- FOLLY, indiscretion, Eccles. 10:1: igno-
rance, Prov. 13:16; Job 4:18: criminal
behaviour, Josh. 7:15; 2 Tim. 3:9.
- FOOD, victuals, Gen. 6:21; 1 Kings 5:
9-11: supplies, Prov. 31:14.
- FOOL, an inconsiderate person, Luke
24:25: a selfish, morose person, 1 Sam.
26:21: a wicked person, Psal. 92:6:
one whose self-willed profaneness ren-
ders him contemptible, Psal. 14:1; Prov.
- FOOLISH, inconsiderate, Deut. 32:6:
irrational or senseless, Eph. 5:4: wicked,
Job 2:10; Prov. 17:25.
- FOOLISHLY, unwisely, Gen. 31:28:
rashly, 2 Sam. 24:10; Job 1:22.
- FOOLISHNESS, folly or senselessness,
Prov. 12:23; 15:2: foolish behaviour,
Eccles. 7:25: ruinous practice, 2 Sam.
15:31: criminality, Psal. 38:5. Im-
pious, worldly-wise men regard the gos-
pel as foolishness, 1 Cor. 1:18, 25.
- FOOT, that wonderful member of the
body with which we stand and walk,
2 Sam. 21:20: that on which anything
stands, Exod. 30:18, 28: the affections
of the heart, Eccles. 5:1; Eph. 6:15.
- FOOTED, shaped in the feet, Lev. 11:
3-7: having feet, Acts 10:12.
- FOOTMEN, travellers on foot, Num. 11:
21: soldiers on foot, 1 Sam. 22:17.
- FOOTSTEPS, the track of a course, as
impressions left by the feet, Psal. 77:
19: walk in life, 17:5.
- Footsteps. See Course.
- FOOTSTOOL, a resting-place for the
feet, especially of a king seated on a
throne, where applicants bowed on a
doing homage to the sovereign, 2 Chron.
9:18: the place of manifesting the
Divine majesty and glory, where the
pious worship, Psal. 99:5, and enemies
are humbled, Isa. 66:1; Heb. 10:13.
- FOR, because, on the account that,
Matt. 5:45; John 1:16.
- FORASMUCH, in consideration that,
Gen. 41:39; Acts 11:17.
- FORBADE, did forbid, Deut. 2:37; Mark
9:38; 2 Pet. 2:16.
- FORBARE, did delay, 1 Sam. 23:13:
did restrain cruelty, Jer. 41:8.
- FORBEAR, to delay or let alone, Exod.
23:5; 1 Cor. 9:6.
- FORBEARANCE, mildness towards of-
fenders, Rom. 2:4; 3:25.
- FORBEARING, refraining, Jer. 20:9:
omitting, Eph. 6:9.
- FORBID, to command against a thing,
Num. 11:28; 1 Kings 21:3.
- FORBIDDEN, prohibited, Lev. 5:17;
- FORBIDDING, prohibiting, Luke 23:
2; Acts 28:31.
- FORBORNE, omitted or failed, Jer. 51:
- FORCE, power, Amos 6:14: preva-
lence, Job 30:18: violence, Gen. 31:
31: vigour, Deut. 34:7: validity or
obligation, Heb. 9:17.
- FORCE, to compel or ravish, 2 Sam.
13:12; Est. 7:8.
- FORCED, did force or drive, Judg. 1:34:
did ravish, 2 Sam. 13:32: did persuade,
- FORCIBLE, convincing, Job 6:25.
- FORCING, driving, Deut. 20:19: pro-
voking, Prov. 30:33.
- FORD, a place of passage over a river,
Gen. 32:22; Josh. 2:7.
- FORECAST, to contrive beforehand,
- FOREFATHERS, ancestors, progenitors,
Jer. 11:10; 2 Tim. 1:3.
- FOREFRONT, the front part, Exod.
28:37: the chief front or head, as of
an army, 2 Sam. 11:15; 2 Chron. 20:27.
- FOREHEAD, the upper part of the face,
Exod. 28:38; 1 Sam. 17:49.
- FOREIGNER, a person of another nation,
Exod. 12:45. Christians are no longer
foreigners from the commonwealth of
Israel, though Gentiles, having been
through Christ adopted into the family
of God, Eph. 2:12-19.
- FOREKNEW, did foreknow or choose,
- FOREKNOW, to approve or select and
fix upon, Rom. 8:29. Another form
of the same Greek word is translated,
foreordained, 1 Pet. 1:20.
- FOREKNOWLEDGE, God's infinite know-
ledge of persons and things before their
actual existence, with determination as
to their condition, as Christ was fore-
known and appointed to be our Re-
deemer, and the elect to enjoy his eter-
nal salvation, Acts 2:23; 1 Pet. 1:2.
- Foreknowledge. See Booklet.
- FOREMOST, first in place or station,
Gen. 32:17; 2 Sam. 18:27.
- FOREORDAINED, predestinated or ap-
pointed beforehand, as the Son of God
was appointed from eternity to become
our Redeemer, 1 Pet. 1:20.
- FOREPART, the front part, Exod. 28:
27: the head, as of a ship, Acts 27:41.
- FORERUNNER, a harbinger or mes-
senger sent before, as Christ is our fore-
runner into the world of celestial glory
prepared for the righteous, Heb. 6:20.
- FORESAW, did foresee or view before-
hand, Acts 2:25.
- FORESEE, to perceive beforehand, as
a prudent man anticipates necessities
and dangers, Prov. 22:3.
- FORESEEING, viewing beforehand, as
the Scriptures are said to do by the pre-
dictions of the prophets, Gal. 3:8.
- FORESHIP, the front part of a ship,
- FORESKIN, the prepuce, Gen. 17:11.
Enmity and alienation of mind in un-
godly men is meant by the foreskin of
the heart, Deut. 10:16; Jer. 4:4.
- FOREST, an uncultivated wood, or
woody tract of country, of which there
were many in Canaan, 1 Sam. 22:5;
2 Chron. 27:4.
- FORETELL, to predict or tell before-
hand, 2 Cor. 13:2.
- FORETOLD, predicted or declared be-
forehand, Mark 13:23; Acts 3:24.
- FOREWARN, to admonish, or caution,
or warn beforehand, Luke 12:5.
- FOREWARNED, preadmonished or cau-
tioned, 1 Thess. 4:6.
- FORFEITED, alienated or lost, as pro-
perty, by neglecting duty or the commis-
sion of a crime, Ezra 10:8.
- FORGAT, did forget, Gen. 40:23: did
neglect or provoke, Judg. 3:7; 1 Sam.
- FORGAVE, did forgive or pardon, Psal.
- FORGED, made or contrived, as slander,
- FORGERS, contrivers or counterfeiters,
- FORGET, to lose out of memory, Deut.
4:9: to neglect, Psal. 9:17: to disre-
gard, Jer. 2:32. Natural affection may
become extinct, even in a mother to-
wards her infant, but God will not for-
get His people, Isa. 49:15.
- FORGETFUL, negligent, Heb. 13:2:
careless, Jam. 1:25.
- FORGETFULNESS, oblivion, death, Psal.
- FORGETTING, disregarding, Phil. 3:13.
- FORGIVE, to pardon an offence, Gen.
50:17. God only can forgive the sins of
men; as they are directly violations of
His holy law, and committed against His
infinite Majesty, Exod. 34:7; Mark
2:7. Jesus Christ forgiving sins in His
own name, and by His own authority,
was regarded as blaspheming by the
scribes and Pharisees: but He proved
by this means His Messiahship and Divi-
nity, Matt. 9:6; Acts 5:31.
- FORGIVEN, pardoned, Lev. 4:20; Matt.
12:31; 1 John 2:12.
- FORGIVENESS, the pardon or remission
of all sins, as a principal blessing of the
new covenant, Psal. 130:4; Heb. 8:
12. This favour is granted to all be-
lievers only by virtue of the atonement
of Christ, Rom. 3:24-26; Eph. 1:7.
- Forgiveness, Rom. 4:7; Col. 1:14. See Tract.
- FORGIVENESSES, acts of pardon, Dan.
- FORGIVING, pardoning, Exod. 34:
7: excusing, Eph. 4:32.
- FORGOT, forgotten, Deut. 24:19.
- FORGOTTEN, not remembered, Gen.
41:30; Matt. 16:5: neglected, Isa. 17:
10; 23:15; Luke 12:6.
- FORKS, implements of agriculture, each
having two or more sharp prongs, 1 Sam.
- FORM, regular shape, Gen. 1:2: figure,
1 Sam. 28:14; Ezek. 10:8: system of
doctrine, Rom. 2:20; 6:17: appearance,
2 Tim. 3:5. Jesus Christ being in the
form of God before His incarnation, Phil.
2:6, denotes His essential Divinity as the
Son of God.
- FORM, to create and govern, Isa. 45:7.
- FORMED, did form or make, Gen. 2:7,
19; Psal. 94:9.
- FORMED, made or created, Job 33:
6; 1 Tim. 2:13: fashioned, Isa. 44:10:
impressed upon the character, as the
moral image of Christ upon the minds
of Christians, Gal. 4:19.
- FORMER, He that forms, the Creator or
Maker, Jer. 10:16 [Jehovah].
- FORMER, before anoth[er, Nu]m. 21:26;
2 Kings 1:14; Hag. 2:9: [fi]rst in a
season, Jer. 5:24.
- FORNICATION, the violation of chastity
by unmarried persons, 1 Cor. 7:2:
adultery, Matt. 5:32: uncleanness, Rom.
1:29: idolatry, especially as that abomi-
nation was attended with uncleanness,
2 Chron. 21:11: the corrupt practices of
the antichristian priests, Rev. 17:2-5.
- FORNICATOR, one guilty of fornication,
1 Cor. 5:11; Heb. 12:16.
- FORSAKE, to leave or abandon, as a
country, Jer. 51:9; or a friend, Prov.
27:10; as an apostate his profession
of piety, Deut. 31:16, 17; as a peni-
tent [repentant], his sins, Isa. 55:7. Dark dispensa-
tions of Providence seem to indicate
that God is forsaking His people, even
as the Saviour seemed to fear when He
cried on the cross, Matt. 27:46; but
God will never forsake His church, nor
the weakest of His people, Heb. 13:5.
- FORSAKEN, abandoned, Isa. 54:6; Psal.
71:11; 2 Tim. 4:10: neglected, Job
20:19: relinquished, as the apostles for-
sook their worldly interests to follow the
Lord, Matt. 19:27-29.
- FORSAKING, leaving, Isa. 6:12: neg-
lecting, Heb. 10:25.
- FORSOOK, did forsake, Deut. 32:15;
Mark 1:18: did reject, 1 Kings 12:8.
- FORSWEAR, to violate or disregard a
voluntary oath, Matt. 5:33.
- FORT, a tower, castle, or fortification,
for defence in a city, 2 Sam. 5:9; or in
a country, Dan. 11:19; or against a city,
2 Kings 25:1.
- FORTH, forward in time, Neh. 4:6;
- FORTHWITH, immediately, Ezra 6:8;
- FORTIETH, the fourth tenth, Num.
- FORTIFIED, strengthened by forts, as
a city, 2 Chron. 11:11; Neh. 3:8.
- FORTIFY, to strengthen, as by towers
and forts, Judg. 9:31; Nah. 2:1.
- FORTRESS, a castle or fortified place,
Jer. 10:17; Dan. 11:7. God, as the pro-
tector of His people, is their fortress,
2 Sam. 22:2; Jer. 16:19.
- FORTY, four times ten, Gen. 18:29;
Judg. 12:14: this humber is of remark-
able application in the Scriptures, espe-
cially relating to the fasting of Moses
forty days, Deut. 9:9, 25; and of Elijah,
1 Kings [19:8]; and of Christ, Matt. 4:2.
- FORWARD, ready or eager, 2 Cor. 8:
10; Gal. [2:10].
- FORWARD, onward, Zech. 1:15; 3
- FORWARDNESS, readiness or prompt-
ness, 2 Cor. 8:8; 9:2.
- FOUGHT, did fight, Exod. 17:8.
- FOUGHT, contended, 1 Cor. 15:32;
2 Tim. 4:7.
- FOUL, defiled, Job 16:16: evil, Mark
9:25: wet and stormy, Matt. 16:3.
- FOUL, to make filthy or unclean, Ezek.
- FOULED, rendered unclean, Ezek.
- FOUND, did find, Gen. 8:9: did dis-
cover, 2 Kings 22:8; Neh. 8:14: did
meet with, Acts 10:27; 17:23: did per-
ceive, Rom. 7:10: did obtain, Gen. 6:
8; Jer. 31:2.
- FOUND, discovered, Exod. 22:2; 2
Cor. 5:3: proved, 1 Tim. 3:10: gained,
Rom. 4:1: reclaimed, Luke 15:24.
- FOUNDATION, the groundwork of a
building, as a house or temple, 1 Kings
5:17; Ezra 3:10; 5:16, or of the earth,
Job 38:4; Heb. 1:4: the commence-
ment, as of a nation or kingdom, Exod.
9:18. Jesus Christ, in the perfection of
His work of redemption, as the Mediator
between God and men, is the only foun-
dation for the hopes of a sinner; and He
is so called in various parts of the Scrip-
tures, Isa. 28:16; 1 Cor. 3:11. The [local]
church is said to be "built upon the
foundation of the apostles and prophets,
Jesus Christ himself being the chief
corner stone[,]" Eph. 2:20, as the pro-
phets and apostles were the only inspired
teachers to deliver the gospel to man-
kind; while Christ is the chief subject
of all divine revelation, and He sus-
tains and unites the whole church in
one glorious body, as the living temple
- FOUNDED, did originate or colonise, as
a nation in a province, Isa. 23:13.
- FOUNDER, a maker, especially one
who works in metal, casting them in
various moulds, as for the purpose of
idols, Judg. 17:4; Jer. 10:9-14.
- FOUNTAIN, a source or spring-head of
water, Gen. 7:11; Deut. 8:7: the
right ventricle of the heart, as the spring
of animal life and spirits, Eccles. 12:6.
God is "the fountain of living waters,"
as He is the source of our being and of
all our blessings, Jer. 2:13. Christ's
blood is the "fountain opened for sin
and uncleanness," as its sacrificial virtue,
being infinite, cleanses from all sin, Zech.
13:1; 1 John 1:7.
- FOUR, twice two in number, Gen. 2:10;
Acts 21:9, 23.
- FOURFOLD, four times told, 2 Sam. 12:
6; Luke 19:8.
- FOURSCORE, four times twenty, Exod.
7:7; Luke 2:37.
- FOWL, birds, winged animals, Gen. 1:
26; 7:3. Divine wisdom and goodness
are wonderfully evident in the adapta-
tion of fowls to their peculiar modes of
life. Those which fly have large wings;
while such as wade in mud have long
legs, bare of feathers; and ducks, and
such as swim, have webbed feet. Such
as live on prey have crooked bills to tear
flesh; and those which pierce trees for
insects have them strong and sharp;
while those which grope in the mud
have flat bills, with nerves reaching to
the extremities, possessing the quickest
sense of feeling. Moses was directed, in
his inspired laws, to prohibit the use of
various fowls as unclean, and unfit for
food to the Israelites, Lev. 11:13-20;
- FOWLER, a catcher of birds by means
of nets and snares, Prov. 6:5. Satan,
the tempter of men, is represented as a
fowler, on account of his snares, Psal.
- FOX or JACKAL, an animal remarkable
for its cunning, Neh. 4:3; Matt. 8:20:
a crafty hypocrite, as our Saviour cha-
racterised king Herod, Luke 13:32.
Palestine swarmed with these animals,
Sol. Song 2:15, so that without miracle
or difficulty Samson might easily, in a
short time, have obtained three hundred
of them, as recorded in Judg. 15:4.
- FRAGMENTS, broken pieces, Matt. 14:
20; John 6:12.
- FRAIL, weak, infirm, decaying, Psal.
- FRAME, a case, constructed for the
purpose of enclosing things: Ezekiel, in
vision, beheld the frame of a city, Ezek.
40:2: the human body, Psal. 103:14.
- FRAME, to form, as the mouth to speak
correctly, Judg. 12:6; or the life in holi-
ness, according to the will of God, Hos.
5:4: to contrive, as calamity, in punish-
ment for sin, Jer. 18:11: to speak or
practise, as evil, Psal. 50:19; 94:20.
- FRAMED, formed, Isa. 29:16: cre-
ated and arranged, Heb. 11:3: appointed
and placed as the several members of
the [local] church of Christ, Eph. 2:21.
- FRANKINCENSE, an aromatic resin or
gum, distilled from a tree growing in
Arabia and Syria: it was used in the
sacred incense, Exod. 30:34; in various
offerings, Lev. 2:1, 2, 15, 16; and rich
perfumes, Matt. 2:11. Frankincense is
still used on the altars of both pagan
and popish priests, Rev. 18:13; and
an inferior kind of it is obtained at pre-
sent from the East Indies.
- FRANKLY, freely, kindly, Luke 7:42.
- FRAUD, deceit or dishonest artifice,
Psal. 10:7; Jam. 5:4.
- FRAY, to drive away, Deut. 28:26.
- FRECKLED, spotted, as the skin by
being exposed to the sun, Lev. 13:39.
- FREE, at liberty, Exod. 21:2, 11:
without bond, Deut. 15:13-18: liberated,
Rom. 6:22: politically privileged, 1 Sam.
17:27: divinely favoured with assu-
rance and enjoyment of the friendship
of God, John 8:32-36.
- FREED, liberated or delivered, Josh.
9:23; Rom. 6:7.
- FREEDOM, civil liberty, Lev. 19:20;
- FREELY, without restraint, Gen. 2:16:
voluntarily, without constraint, Ezra 2:
68; 7:15: gratuitously, without pay-
ment, Rom. 3:24; Rev. 22:17.
- FREEMAN, one not a slave, either
morally, as to sin, 1 Cor. 7:22, or poli-
tically, as in bondage, Rev. 6:15.
- FREE-WILL, voluntariness, Ezra 7:13.
- French Bible, Français. See Ministry.
- FREQUENT, often, or many times, 2
- FRESH, new, Num. 11:8: sweet, not
salt or bitter, Jam. 3:12: matured or
vigorous, Job 29:20.
- FRESHER, more indicative of health,
- FRET, inflammation, Lev. 13:55.
- FRET, to grieve or vex, 1 Sam. 1:6;
- FRETTED, provoked, Ezek. 16:43.
- FRETTING, inflammatory or spreading,
- FRIED, dressed for food or sacrifice in
a pan, Lev. 7:12.
- FRIEND, one whom we regard with
affection and confidence, Exod. 33:
11; 2 Sam. 15:37; Est. 5:10-14: a term
of courteous salutation, Matt. 26:.
God called His faithful servant Abraham,
"my friend[,]" Isa. 41:8; and our Saviour
called His beloved disciples, "not ser-
vants, but friends," John 15:13-15.
- FRIENDLY, kindly, in the manner of a
friend, Ruth 2:13; Prov. 18:24.
- FRIENDSHIP, mutual affection and con-
fidence between friends, or friendly alli-
ance, Prov. 22:24: devoted attachment,
- FRINGE, ornamental bordering of gar-
ments, Num. 15:38; Deut. 22:12.
- FRO, from, backward, as "to and fro,"
Gen. 8:7; Eph. 4:14.
- FROGS, well-known amphibious ani-
mals: these creatures being worshipped
by the Egyptians, as emblems of their
fabulous divinity Osiris, God punished
them by the ministry of Moses with
miraculous swarms of these creatures;
so that they crept numerously into their
houses, crawling even upon their beds
and sleeping-places, and into their ovens;
and when dead, their prodigious multi-
tudes caused a pestilential and destruc-
tive stench, which was most grievous,
- FROM, away, 1 Sam. 5:5; Matt. 4:
- FRONT, the forepart, 2 Sam. 10:9; 2
- FRONTIERS, the boundaries of a coun-
try, Ezek. 25:9.
- FRONTLET, a head-band ornamented
for the forehead, Exod. 13:16. The
Jews, supposing Moses meant a certain
kind of ornaments to be worn as front-
lets on their foreheads, wrote upon them
texts of Scripture: the following of which
were particularly used, Exod. 13:2-10,
11-16: Deut. 6:4-9; 11:13-21. These texts
were also written on the phylacteries to
their robes, and worn with much super-
stition and pride, especially by the Pha-
risees, Matt. 23:5.
- FROST, extreme cold, Gen. 31:40:
congelations of water by the cold, as the
dew into hoar frost, Exod. 16:14, and
the rain into hail, Job 38:39.
- FROWARD, perverse, Deut. 32:20;
1 Pet. 2:18.
- FROWARDLY, perversely, Isa. 57:17.
- FROWARDNESS, perverseness, Prov. 2:
14: infidel profaneness, 10:32.
- FROZEN, congealed with cold, as ice
on a river, Job 38:30.
- FRUIT, the eatable product of trees,
Gen. 1:29. Fruit of cattle is their young,
Deut. 28:4. Children are the "fruit
of the body," Mic. 6:7; Psal. 132:11.
Fruit is spoken of in many passages to
denote the consequences or effects of
works and words, in both good and evil
men, Rom. 6:21, 22. Praise and thanks-
giving are the "fruit of our lips[,]" Heb.
13:15. "[F]ruits meet for repentance[,]"
are holy tempers in a godly life, Matt.
3:8. "[L]ove, joy, peace, longsuffering,
gentleness, goodness, faith," and such
heaven-born tempers, are "the fruit of
the Spirit[,]" Gal. 5:22; Eph. 5:9.
- FRUITFUL, prolific, as in children,
Gen. 1:22; 17:6: abundantly produc-
tive, Acts 14:17; Col. 1:10.
- FRUSTRATE, to defeat, as by stratagem,
Ezra 4:5: to nullify or render useless,
Isa. 44:25; Gal. 2:21.
- FRYING-PAN, a vessel in which meat
is roasted on the fire, Lev. 2:7; 7:9
- FUEL, the matter or aliment of fire,
- FUGITIVE, a runaway, a wanderer,
Gen. 4:12; 2 Kings 25:11.
- FULFIL, to perform or accomplish a
work, Exod. 5:13, purpose or design,
- FULFILLED, performed, Exod. 5:14;
Dan. 4:33: perfectly accomplished,
- FULFILLING, accomplishing, Psal.
148:8; Eph. 2:3.
- FULL, filled up, as a vessel, Exod. 16:
33; as a man's life, Gen. 25:8; as a
period of time, Lev. 25:29: richly en-
dowed, Acts 6:5: overspread, Luke 5:
12; 16:20: abounding in possessions, 6:
25: satisfying, 2 John 8.
- FULLER, a bleacher of linen, Mark 9:
3; or cleaner of woollen cloth or of gar-
ments, Isa. 7:3.
- FULLY, wholly, entirely, Num. 24:
24; 1 Kings 11:6: perfectly, Rom. 14:5;
2 Tim. 4:17.
- FULNESS, abundance, Num. 18:27:
the completion of an appointed time,
Gal. 4:4. "[T]he fulness of God[,]" is the
treasures of communicable new-covenant
blessings, Eph. 3:19. "[T]he fulness of
Christ[,]" is His inexhaustible riches of
grace, John 1:16. "[T]he fulness of the
Godhead[,]" is the essential Divine perfec-
tions, Col. 2:9
- FURBISH, to polish or brighten, Jer.
- FURBISHED, polished or brightened,
Ezek. 21:9, 11, 28.
- FURIOUS, violent, Prov. 22:24:
raging, Dan. 2:12: determined on ex-
treme punishment, Nah. 1:2.
- FURIOUSLY, violently, 2 Kings 9:20.
- FURLONG, a measure of length, the
eighth part of a mile, Luke 24:13.
- FURNACE, an enclosed fire-place, as
for the melting and refining of metals,
Prov. 17:3: a place of cruel execution
by fire, Dan. 3:6-11: a state of hard
oppression, Deut. 4:20: a state of afflic-
tion, Isa. 48:10.
- FURNISH, to supply, as with the means
of support, Deut. 15:14; or with food,
- FURNISHED, supplied, as an apartment
with conveniences for an entertainment,
Mark 14:15; or a feast with its guests,
Matt. 22:10: or the mind with doc-
trines for edification, 2 Tim. 3:17.
- FURNITURE, necessary or ornamental
appendages for travellers, as on camels,
Gen. 31:3: domestic utensils, Nah. 2:
9: ornaments, Exod. 31:7-9.
- FURROW, a trench made in ploughing
land, Job 39:10; Ezek. 17:7:
grievous injuries, Psal. 129:3.
- FURTHER, to assist, promote, or ad-
vance, Psal. 140:8.
- FURTHER, at a greater distance, Num.
22:26: to a greater length, as in a
speech, Deut. 20:8; or in a course of
proceeding, Acts 12:3.
- FURTHERANCE, advancement or pro-
motion, Phil. 1:12, 25.
- FURTHERED, did further, assist, or
advance, Ezra 8:36.
- FURTHERMORE, besides, or in addition,
Exod. 4:6; Ezek. 8:6.
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