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Jacob's well
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Dragon well
Jacob's Well
Well
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Harod, The Well of
Jacob's Well
Sirah, The Well of
Well
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Jacobs Well
Well
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Cistern, Well, Pool, Aqueduct
Dragon Well
Harod, Well of
Jackal's Well
Jacob's Well
Sirah, Well of
Well
Well, Jacob's
Lexicons
Greek - well beloved
Greek - well
Greek - do well, well doing
Greek - well doing
Greek - do well
Greek - full well
Greek - well
Greek - well then
Greek - very well
Greek - be well pleased, am well content, am well-pleased, well-pleased
Greek - well-pleasing
Greek - please well, well pleasing, well-pleasing
Greek - be well pleased
Greek - well, well done
Greek - well-fed
Greek - know well, well-known
Greek - well known
Greek - well
Greek - well
Greek - well
Greek - there as well
Greek - well
Greek - very well
Greek - well doing
Greek - full well, well, very well, well enough
Greek - as well as
Greek - as well as
Greek - speaking well, well spoken
Greek - have well drunk
Greek - well
Greek - be well stricken
Greek - well
Greek - get well, made well
Greek - well
Greek - well
Greek - well
Hebrew - well-conceived
Hebrew - know well, knows well, very well know, well aware
Hebrew - well-driven
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well, very well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well-fed
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - mark well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well, deals well, do it well, do well, done well, go well, goes well, well you prepare
Hebrew - did well, done well, go well, well, well-off
Hebrew - well, very well, well off
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - very well, well
Hebrew - the well of Harod
Hebrew - wellbeloved, well-beloved
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - boil the well
Hebrew - well, well-being
Hebrew - Dragon's Well
Hebrew - well-set hair
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - look well, looks well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well watered
Hebrew - well-watered
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - one as well as another
Hebrew - well-mixed
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well, well's, wells
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well-fortified
Hebrew - well remember
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well, wellspring
Hebrew - well-hewn stone
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - well then
Hebrew - well
Hebrew - the well Lahairoi
Well -

WELL, n. G., a spring; to spring, to issue forth, to gush, to well, to swell. G., a wave. On this word I suppose swell to be formed.

1. A spring; a fountain; the issuing of water from the earth.

Begin then, sisters of the sacred well. In this sense obsolete.

2. A pit or cylindrical hole, sunk perpendicularly into the earth to such a depth as to reach a supply of water, and walled with stone to prevent the earth from caving in.
3. In ships, an apartment in the middle of a ships hold, to inclose the pumps, from the bottom to the lower deck.
4. In a fishing vessel, an apartment in the middle of the hold, made tight at the sides, but having holes perforated int he bottom to let in fresh water for the preservation of fish, while they are transported to market.
5. In the military art, a hole or excavation in the earth, in mining, from which run branches or galleries.


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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 'Well'". "King James Dictionary".
<http://classic.studylight.org/dic/kjd/view.cgi?number=T6352>.

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