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Greek - man child
Greek - child
Greek - child, young child, childhood
Greek - child
Greek - great with child, child
Greek - be with child, with child, child
Greek - Child, bearing children
Greek - only child
Greek - child, childish, children
Greek - be a child
Greek - child
Greek - of a child, childhood
Greek - child, little child, young child, Child, child's, children, children's
Greek - child, children, male children
Greek - child, children, children's
Greek - child, children
Hebrew - child, children
Hebrew - with child
Hebrew - child, children, children and children's, children and on the grandchildren, children and their grandchildren, children and your children's, children's, children's children, grandchildren
Hebrew - child
Hebrew - child, childbirth, children, children born, gave birth to a child
Hebrew - child, child's, children
Hebrew - only child, one and child
Hebrew - fatherless child, fatherless children
Hebrew - with child, woman with child, child
Hebrew - child, woman with child, women who were with child, women with child
Hebrew - child, children
Hebrew - weaned child
Hebrew - sucking child, nursing child
Hebrew - sucking child
Hebrew - child, children
Hebrew - child, childhood
Hebrew - man child
Hebrew - first child
Hebrew - child
Child -

CHILD, n.

1. A son or a daughter; a male or female descendant, in the first degree; the immediate progeny of parents; applied to the human race, and chiefly to a person when young. The term is applied to infants from their birth; but the time when they cease ordinarily to be so called, is not defined by custom. In strictness, a child is the shoot, issue or produce of the parents, and a person of any age, in respect to the parents, is a child.

An infant.

Hagar cast the child under one of the shrubs. Gen. 21.

It signifies also a person of more advanced years.

Jephthas daughter was his only child. Judges 11.

The child shall behave himself proudly. Is. 3.

A curse will be on those who corrupt the morals of their children.

The application of child to a female in opposition to a male, as in Shakspeare, is not legitimate.

2. One weak in knowledge, experience, judgment or attainments; as, he is a mere child.

Behold, I cannot speak, for I am a child. Jer. 1.

3. One young in grace. 1 John 2.

One who is unfixed in principles. Eph. 4.

4. One who is born again, spiritually renewed and adopted; as a child of God.
5. One who is the product of another; or whose principles and morals are the product of another.

Thou child of the devil. Acts 13.

That which is the product or effect of something else.

This noble passion, child of integrity.

6. In the plural, the descendants of a man however remote; as the children of Israel; the children of Edom.
7. The inhabitants of a country; as the children of Seir. 2 Chron. 25.

To be with child, to be pregnant. Gen. 16:11, Gen. 29:36.

CHILD, v.i. To bring children.


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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 'Child'". "King James Dictionary".
<http://classic.studylight.org/dic/kjd/view.cgi?number=T980>.

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