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King James Dictionary

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• Nave's Topical Bible
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Tongues, Confusion of
• Fausset's Bible Dictionary
Tongues, Confusion of
• Smith's Bible Dictionary
Tongues, Confusion of
• International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
City of Confusion
Confusion of Tongues
Tongues, Confusion of
Greek - confusion
Greek - confusion
Greek - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - brought to confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion, throw into confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion
Hebrew - confusion


1. In a general sense, a mixture of several things promiscuously; hence, disorder; irregularity; as the confusion of tongues at Babel.
2. Tumult; want of order in society.

The whole city was filled with confusion. Acts 19.

God is not the author of confusion. 1 Corinthians. 14.

3. A blending or confounding; indistinct combination; opposed to distinctness or perspicuity; as a confusion of ideas.
4. Abashment; shame.

O Lord, let me never be put to confusion. Psalm 71.

We lie in shame and our confusion covereth us. Jeremiah 3.

5. Astonishment; agitation; perturbation; distraction of mind.

Confusion dwelt in every face.

6. Overthrow; defeat; ruin.

The makers of idols shall go to confusion together. Isaiah 45.

7. A shameful blending of natures, a shocking crime. Leviticus 18:23, 20:12.

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The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software at

Bibliography Information
"Entry for 'Confusion'". "King James Dictionary".


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