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King James Dictionary

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Greek - able to teach
Greek - able, be able, am able, unable
Greek - able
Greek - able
Greek - be able, able
Greek - able, unable
Greek - be able, able, been able, unable
Greek - able, considerable, sizeable
Greek - make able
Greek - able to judge
Hebrew - able, much as he is able, much as one is able
Hebrew - able
Hebrew - as he is able
Hebrew - able
Hebrew - able, able at all, incapable, unable
Hebrew - able, been able
Hebrew - able, capable
Hebrew - able
Hebrew - able
Hebrew - able
Hebrew - able

ABLE, a. a'bl. L. habitis

1. Having physical power sufficient; having competent power or strength, bodily or mental; as a man able to perform military service - a child is not able to reason on abstract subjects.
2. Having strong or unusual powers of mind, or intellectual qualifications; as an able minister.

Provide out of all Israel able men. Ex. 18.

3. Having large or competent property; or simply have property, or means.

Every man shall give as he is able. Deut. 16.

4. Having competent strength or fortitude.

He is not able to sustain such pain or affliction.

5. Having sufficient knowledge or skill.

He is able to speak French.

She is not able to play on the piano.

6. Having competent moral power or qualifications.

An illegitimate son is not able to take by inheritance.

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

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


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