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King James Dictionary

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Strong and Weak
Greek - weak
Greek - be made weak, be weak, weak, am weak, becoming weak
Greek - weak, weak things, weaker, weakness
Greek - weakness, weak, weaknesses
Greek - weak women
Greek - weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - be weak, become weak, made weak, weak, weaken
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - weaker, weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - weak
Hebrew - becomes weak waiting

WEAK, a. G. The primary sense of the root is to yield, fail, give way, recede, or to be soft.

1. Having little physical strength; feeble. Children are born weak; men are rendered weak by disease.
2. Infirm; not healthy; as a weak constitution.
3. Not able to bear a great weight; as a weak bridge; weak timber.
4. Not strong; not compact; easily broken; as a weak ship; a weak rope.
5. Not able to resist a violent attack; as a weak fortress.
6. Soft; pliant; not stiff.
7. Low; small; feeble; as a weak voice.
8. Feeble of mind; wanting spirit; wanting vigor of understanding; as a weak prince; a weak magistrate.

To think every thing disputable, si a proof of a weak mind and captious temper.

9. Not much impregnated with ingredients, or with things that excite action, or with stimulating and nourishing substances; as weak broth; weak tea; weak toddy; a weak solution; a weak decoction.
10. Not politically powerful; as a weak nation or state.
11. Not having force of authority or energy; as a weak government.
12. Not having moral force or power to convince; not well supported by truth or reason; as a weak argument.
13. Not well supported by argument; as weak reasoning.
14. Unfortified; accessible; impressible; as the weak side of a person.
15. Not having full conviction or confidence; as weak in faith.
16. Weak land is land of a light thin soil. I believe never used in New England.

WEAK, v.t. To make weak. Not used.

WEAK, v.i. To become weak. Not used.

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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 'Weak'". "King James Dictionary".


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