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Greek - reap down
Greek - be set down, sit down
Greek - make sit down, make sit down to meat, sit down, sit down to meat
Greek - be set down, sit down, sit down to meat, sat down
Greek - turn upside down
Greek - lay down
Greek - weighted down
Greek - drive up and down
Greek - which fell down from Jupiter, which fell down from heaven
Greek - down
Greek - pluck down
Greek - cut down, hewn down
Greek - go down
Greek - down
Greek - kneel down to, knelt down
Greek - quieted down
Greek - be set down, sit down, sat down, sitting down
Greek - cast down, pull down, put down, take down, brought down, tear down
Greek - pulling down, tearing down
Greek - let down, down
Greek - be set down, sit down, sat down, sitting down
Greek - down
Greek - bring down
Greek - sat down
Greek - cast down, struck down
Greek - come down, fall down, get down, go down, step down, brought down, came down, comes down, coming down, falling down, go downstairs, going down, steps down, went down
Greek - bring down, thrust down
Greek - sink down
Greek - look down
Greek - make sit down, sit down
Greek - cast down headlong
Greek - throw down, tear down, torn down
Greek - tread down
Greek - dig down, torn down
Greek - run down, ran down
Greek - fall down
Greek - come down, go down, came down, comes down, down, went down
Greek - down
Greek - bow down
Greek - cut down
Greek - died down
Greek - stoop down
Greek - break down, broke down
Greek - handed down
Greek - stoop down
Greek - hang down
Greek - strike down, striking down
Greek - tread down
Greek - press down, pressed down
Greek - fall down, beat down, fell down
Greek - garment down to the foot
Greek - bow down, bow down before, bowed down, bowed down before, bowing down
Greek - fall down at, fall down before, fell down, fell down before
Greek - throw down
Greek - cast down
Greek - bow down
Greek - be set down together, sat down together
Greek - go down with
Greek - sit down with
Greek - weighed down
Greek - cast down
Greek - cast down to hell
Greek - kneel down, lay down, down, laid down, lays down, set down
Greek - lay down
Greek - let down, let down let down
Hebrew - beaten down
Hebrew - breaking down, tear down
Hebrew - mow down
Hebrew - trodden down
Hebrew - tread it down
Hebrew - sunk down
Hebrew - lie down, lying down
Hebrew - lying down
Hebrew - chopped down, cut down, hew down
Hebrew - brought down, bring down
Hebrew - cut him down
Hebrew - bring down
Hebrew - let down, press down, sink down
Hebrew - bow down, bowed down, kneel down, kneeled down
Hebrew - swallowed down
Hebrew - wear down
Hebrew - cut down, cut them down
Hebrew - down
Hebrew - going down
Hebrew - taken down
Hebrew - lies down, lying down, settled down
Hebrew - bring down
Hebrew - down, sat down, sit down, sitting down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - lie down, lain down, lay down, lies down, lying down
Hebrew - write down, write them down, written down, wrote down
Hebrew - write down, wrote the down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - weighed down
Hebrew - chop down
Hebrew - bowed down
Hebrew - fall down, bow down, falls down
Hebrew - going down
Hebrew - down by, bring him down, bring his down, bring it down, bring me down, bring my down, bring the down, bring them down, bring you down, bring your down, brings down, brought down, brought him down, brought it down, brought the down, brought them down, came down, carry down, come down, comes down, coming down, down, flow down, flowing down, go down, goes down, going down, gone down, indeed came down, let them down, let us down, poured down, pull down, put down, run down, sank down, stepped down, take down, take it down, taken down, taken him down, thrust down, took down, took his down, took them down, went down
Hebrew - hunt down, hunted me down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - beat down, break down, trampled down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - hunted me down
Hebrew - lay down
Hebrew - down
Hebrew - set me down
Hebrew - lain down
Hebrew - swoops down
Hebrew - throw down
Hebrew - beat down, strike down, strikes down, striking down, struck down
Hebrew - sat down
Hebrew - trodden down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - cast down
Hebrew - cast them down
Hebrew - tread down
Hebrew - drink down
Hebrew - bow down, bend down, bent down, cast down, let down
Hebrew - down, downward
Hebrew - bowed down
Hebrew - laid down
Hebrew - bow down, fall down, bow ourselves down, bow yourselves down, bowed down, bowed themselves down, bowing down, bows down, down in homage, lie down, weighs it down
Hebrew - cast down, thrust down
Hebrew - tread down
Hebrew - sank down
Hebrew - cast down, brings him down, threw down, threw her down, threw his down, threw them down, throw it down, thrown down
Hebrew - down, goes down
Hebrew - turning of things upside down
Hebrew - kneel down
Hebrew - tread down, tramples down, trod them down
Hebrew - cast down, bring down, bring you down, brought down, downfall, fall down
Hebrew - upside down
Hebrew - going down
Hebrew - fall down
Hebrew - run down, roll down, roll you down
Hebrew - flow down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - hewn down
Hebrew - bring down, brings down, cast down, go down, puts down
Hebrew - put down
Hebrew - cast down, fall down, lie down, bring down, came down, dash down, downfall, fallen down, falling down, fell down, lay down
Hebrew - fall down, fell down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - swirl down
Hebrew - tied down
Hebrew - pour down
Hebrew - set down
Hebrew - quiets down
Hebrew - weighted down
Hebrew - break down, broke down, broken down, tore down
Hebrew - slow down
Hebrew - pour down, trickle down, poured down
Hebrew - cast himself down, crouched down
Hebrew - digged down
Hebrew - rained down
Hebrew - journey down
Hebrew - break down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - tread down, trample down, trample my down, trampled them down, tramples down
Hebrew - tread down, trample down, trampled down, what you tread down
Hebrew - trampled down
Hebrew - beat down, break down, pluck down, pull down, throw down, broken down, pull you down, tear down, tear them down, tear you down, tears down, tears it down, thrown down, torn down
Hebrew - tread down
Hebrew - trample down, trampled down, tread down, treading down, trod down, trodden it down
Hebrew - look down
Hebrew - beat down
Hebrew - burned down
Hebrew - throw down, threw her down, throw her down, thrown down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - handed down
Hebrew - cut down, cut it down, cut them down, cut you down
Hebrew - beat down, beat them down
Hebrew - beaten down, break down, go down
Hebrew - cast down
Hebrew - bow down
Hebrew - falling down, bring down
Hebrew - come down, bring down, go down, pressed down
Hebrew - come down
Hebrew - lighting down, go down
Hebrew - come down, coming down
Hebrew - lay down, lie down, lies down, lying down
Hebrew - to lie down in
Hebrew - break down, break their down, broke down, broken down, tear down, tore down
Hebrew - beat down, break down, cast down, pull down, throw down, broke down, broken down, pulled down, tear down, tore down, torn down
Hebrew - drop down, drip down
Hebrew - thrust them down
Hebrew - thrust him down
Hebrew - smitten down, struck down
Hebrew - bow down, bowed down
Hebrew - look down, looked down, looks down
Hebrew - down, cut down
Hebrew - drop down
Hebrew - break down
Hebrew - down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - swoop down
Hebrew - casting down
Hebrew - down, bring down, thrust down
Hebrew - let them down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - tear down
Hebrew - pulled down
Hebrew - broken down
Hebrew - fall down
Hebrew - bowed down, sinks down, sunk down
Hebrew - let down, set down, cast down, down, lay down, put down
Hebrew - bow down, bring down, cast down, bowed down, bows down
Hebrew - cut down
Hebrew - cut down
Down

DOWN, n.

1. The fine soft feathers of fowls, particularly of the duck kind. The eider duck yields the best kind. Also, fine hair; as the down of the chin.
2. The pubescence of plants, a fine hairy substance.
3. The pappus or little crown of certain seeds of plants; a fine feathery or hairy substance by which seeds are conveyed to distance by the wind; as in dandelion and thistle.
4. Any thing that soothes or mollifies.

Thou bosom softness; down of all my cares.

DOWN, n. G.

1. A bank or elevation of sand, thrown up by the sea.
2. A large open plain, primarily on elevated land. Sheep feeding on the downs.

DOWN, prep.

1. Along a descent; from a higher to a lower place; as, to run down a hill; to fall down a precipice; to go down the stairs.
2. Toward the mouth of a river, or toward the place where water is discharged into the ocean or a lake. We sail or swim down a stream; we sail down the sound from New York to New London. Hence figuratively, we pass down the current of life or of time.

Down the sound, in the direction of the ebb-tide towards of the sea.

Down the country, towards the sea, or towards the part where rivers discharge their waters into the ocean.

DOWN, adv.

1. In a descending direction; tending from a higher to a lower place; as, he is going down.
2. On the ground, or at the bottom; as, he is down; hold him down.
3. Below the horizon; as, the sun is down.
4. In the direction from a higher to a lower condition; as, his reputation is going down.
5. Into disrepute or disgrace. A man may sometimes preach down error; he may write down himself or his character, or run down his rival; but he can neither preach nor write down folly, vice or fashion.
6. Into subjection; into a due consistence; as, to boil down, in decoctions and culinary processes.
7. At length; extended or prostrate, on the ground or on any flat surface; as, to lie down; he is lying down.

Up and down, here and there; in a rambling course.

It is sometimes used without a verb, as down, down; in which cases, the sense is known by the construction.

Down with a building, is a command to pull it down, to demolish it.

Down with him, signifies, throw him.

Down, down, may signify, come down, or go down, or take down, lower.

It is often used by seamen, down with the fore sail, &c.

Locke uses it for go down, or be received; as, any kind of food will down; but the use is not elegant, nor legitimate.

Sidney uses it as a verb, To down proud hearts, to subdue or conquer them; but the use is not legitimate.


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Dictionary of Words from the King James Bible. Public Domain. Copy freely.
Material presented was supplied by Brandon Staggs and was derived from the KJV Dictionary found on his website located at av1611.com.
The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software at http://www.swordsearcher.com.

Bibliography Information
"Entry for 'Down'". "King James Dictionary".
<http://classic.studylight.org/dic/kjd/view.cgi?number=T1795>.

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