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  • `anah

    (Qal) to be occupied, be busied with to afflict, oppress, humble, be afflicted, be bowed down (Qal) to be put down, become low to be depressed, be downcast to be afflicted to stoop (Niphal) to humble oneself, bow down to be afflicted, be humbled (Piel) to humble, mishandle, afflict to humble, be humiliated to afflict to humble, weaken oneself (Pual) to be afflicted to be humbled (Hiphil) to afflict (Hithpael) to humble oneself to be afflicted

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  • `anah

    (Qal) to be occupied, be busied with to afflict, oppress, humble, be afflicted, be bowed down (Qal) to be put down, become low to be depressed, be downcast to be afflicted to stoop (Niphal) to humble oneself, bow down to be afflicted, be humbled (Piel) to humble, mishandle, afflict to humble, be humiliated to afflict to humble, weaken oneself (Pual) to be afflicted to be humbled (Hiphil) to afflict (Hithpael) to humble oneself to be afflicted

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  • Raphac

    (Hithpael) to stamp oneself down, humble oneself stamping or tramping down (participle) humble thyself1, submit thyself1

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  • Sh@phal (Aramaic)

    to be or bring low, humble (Aphel) to bring low, humble

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  • Sh@phal (Aramaic)

    to be or bring low, humble (Aphel) to bring low, humble

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  • Tapeinoo

    to make low, bring low to level, reduce to a plain metaph. to bring into a humble condition, reduce to meaner circumstances to assign a lower rank or place to to abase to be ranked below others who are honoured or rewarded to humble or abase myself by humble living to lower, depress of one's soul bring down one's pride to have a modest opinion of one's self to behave in an unassuming manner devoid of all haughtiness humble (one's) self2, bring low1

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  • Tapeinoo

    to make low, bring low to level, reduce to a plain metaph. to bring into a humble condition, reduce to meaner circumstances to assign a lower rank or place to to abase to be ranked below others who are honoured or rewarded to humble or abase myself by humble living to lower, depress of one's soul bring down one's pride to have a modest opinion of one's self to behave in an unassuming manner devoid of all haughtiness humble means1, humbled4, humbles4, humbling1, humiliate1

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  • Kana`

    to be humble, be humbled, be subdued, be brought down, be low, be under, be brought into subjection (Niphal) to humble oneself to be humbled, be subdued (Hiphil) to humble to subdue

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  • Kana`

    to be humble, be humbled, be subdued, be brought down, be low, be under, be brought into subjection (Niphal) to humble oneself to be humbled, be subdued (Hiphil) to humble to subdue

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  • Introduction

    \\INTRODUCTION TO JOB 40\\ In this chapter Job is called upon to give in his answer, \\#Job 40:1,2\\, which he

    Commentaries - John Gill's Exposition of the Bible - Job - Job 40 - Introduction