The Bible Word Book: Concerning Obsolete or Archaic Words in the King James Version of the Bible

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INDEX
Key words and phrases, printed in CAPITAL AND SMALL CAPITAL letters in this Index, are discussed in alphabetical order in the text.
A 1
Abarim 252
abated 30
ABHOR 1-2, 284
ABIDE 2-3
abode 217
about 246, 347
about to 281
about which 371
ABROAD 3-4
abuse 225
ACCEPT 4, 16 (see PERSON)
ACCEPTABLE 4-5
accomplished 334
accord 81
according to 9, 10
accuse 185
ACQUAINT 5
adapt oneself to 80
adder 71
ADDICTED 5
adjure 64
adjusted 342
ADMIRATION 5-6
ADMIRE 5-6
adorn 146
adorned 345
advanced 265, 270
advantage 116, 260
ADVENTURE 6
ADVERTISE 6
ADVICE 7
ADVISE 7
ADVISEMENT 7
advocate 74
affairs 52
AFFECT 7-8
AFFECTION 8, 46
affections 364
AFFINITY 8-9
affirming 81
afflicted 363
affliction 88
affray 141-142
aflame 51
AFORE 9
AFOREHAND 9
AFORETIME 9
afraid 141, 314
AFTER 9-10
after this 171
afterward 171
AGAINST 10-11
aged 19
ago 11
AGONE 11
agony 314
AGREE 11-12
agreed 75
AHA 12
aid 331
aim 272, 330
aim at 138
ALARM 13
alas 387
ALBEIT 13
alien 246, 326
ALIKE 13-14
alive 279, 280
ALL 14-15
ALLEGE 15
allegiance 368
ALLIED 15
all manner of 216
ALLOW 15-16
allowance 103
ALL TO 16-17
also 382
although 13
ALWAY 17
always 17
AMAZE 17-18
AMAZEMENT 17-18
AMBASSAGE 18

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  • Preface v
  • Bibliography and Abbreviations vii
  • Index 393
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