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King James Dictionary

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Hebrew - chop in pieces, chop
Hebrew - chop down

CHOP, v.t.

1. To cut off or separate, by striking with a sharp instrument, either by a single blow or by repeated blows; as, to chop off a head; to chop wood.
2. To cut into small pieces; to mince; as, to chop meat; to chop straw.
3. To grand and mince with the teeth; to devour eagerly; with up; as, to chop up an entertainment.
4. To break or open into chinks or fissures; to crack; to chap. See Chap.

CHOP, v.i.

1. To buy, or rather to barter, truck, exchange.
2. To exchange; to put one thing in the place of another; as, to chop and change our friends.
3. To bandy; to altercate; to return one word or thing for another.

Let not the council chop with the judge.

CHOP, v.i. To turn, vary, change or shift suddenly; as in the seamans phrase, the wind chops, or chops about. The various senses of this verb seem to center in that of thrusting, driving, or a sudden motion or exertion of force.

CHOP, n.

1. A piece chopped off; a small piece of meat; as a mutton chop.
2. A crack or cleft. See Chap, which, with the broad sound of a, is often pronounced chap.
3. The chap; the jaw; plu. The jaws; the mouth; the sides of a rivers mouth or channel. See Chap.

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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 'Chop'". "King James Dictionary".


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