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King James Dictionary

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Greek - go aside, turn aside, gone aside, stepping aside
Greek - laid aside
Greek - laying aside
Greek - throwing aside
Greek - take aside
Greek - lay aside, laid aside, laying aside, putting aside
Greek - set aside, setting aside
Greek - setting aside
Greek - aside
Greek - turned aside
Greek - turn aside, turned aside
Greek - aside
Greek - turned aside
Greek - laid aside
Greek - go aside
Hebrew - set aside
Hebrew - turn aside, turned aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - aside
Hebrew - aside
Hebrew - turned aside
Hebrew - gone aside
Hebrew - aside
Hebrew - go aside, turn aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - carried aside, turn aside, push aside, thrust aside, took aside, turned aside
Hebrew - turned aside
Hebrew - set aside
Hebrew - laid aside
Hebrew - aside, turn aside, turned aside, turning aside, turns aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - turn aside
Hebrew - put aside, put it aside

ASI'DE, ad. a and side. See Side.

1. On or to one side; out of a perpendicular or straight direction.
2. At a little distance from the main part or body.

Thou shalt set aside that which is full. 2Kings 4.

3. From the body; as, to put or lay aside a garment.

John 13.

4. From the company; at a small distance or in private; as when speakers utter something by themselves, upon the stage.
5. Separate from the person, mind or attention; in a state of abandonment.

Let us lay aside every weight. Heb. 12.

6. Out of the line of rectitude or propriety, in a moral view.

They are all gone aside. Ps. 14.

7. In a state of separation to a particular use; as, to set aside a thing for a future day.

To set aside, in judicial proceedings, is to defeat the effect or operation of, by a subsequent decision of a superior tribunal; as, to set aside a verdict or a judgment.

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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 'Aside'". "King James Dictionary".


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