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Eagle (27 Occurrences)

Revelation 4:7 The first creature was like a lion, and the second creature like a calf, and the third creature had a face like a man, and the fourth was like a flying eagle. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Revelation 8:13 I saw, and I heard an eagle, flying in mid heaven, saying with a loud voice, "Woe! Woe! Woe for those who dwell on the earth, because of the other voices of the trumpets of the three angels, who are yet to sound!" (WEB WEY ASV BBE DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Revelation 12:14 Two wings of the great eagle were given to the woman, that she might fly into the wilderness to her place, so that she might be nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Leviticus 11:13 "'These you shall detest among the birds; they shall not be eaten, they are an abomination: the eagle, and the vulture, and the black vulture, (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Leviticus 11:18 And the swan, and the pelican, and the gier eagle, (KJV WBS YLT)

Deuteronomy 14:12 But these are they of which you shall not eat: the eagle, and the vulture, and the osprey, (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Deuteronomy 14:17 And the pelican, and the gier eagle, and the cormorant, (KJV WBS YLT)

Deuteronomy 28:49 Yahweh will bring a nation against you from far, from the end of the earth, as the eagle flies; a nation whose language you shall not understand; (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Deuteronomy 32:11 As an eagle that stirs up her nest, that flutters over her young, he spread abroad his wings, he took them, he bore them on his feathers. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Job 9:26 They have passed away as the swift ships, as the eagle that swoops on the prey. (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Job 39:27 Is it at your command that the eagle mounts up, and makes his nest on high? (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Psalms 103:5 who satisfies your desire with good things, so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Proverbs 23:5 Why do you set your eyes on that which is not? For it certainly sprouts wings like an eagle and flies in the sky. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Proverbs 30:19 The way of an eagle in the air; the way of a serpent on a rock; the way of a ship in the midst of the sea; and the way of a man with a maiden. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 48:40 For thus says Yahweh: Behold, he shall fly as an eagle, and shall spread out his wings against Moab. (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 49:16 As for your terror, the pride of your heart has deceived you, O you who dwell in the clefts of the rock, who hold the height of the hill: though you should make your nest as high as the eagle, I will bring you down from there, says Yahweh. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 49:22 Behold, he shall come up and fly as the eagle, and spread out his wings against Bozrah: and the heart of the mighty men of Edom at that day shall be as the heart of a woman in her pangs. (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 1:10 As for the likeness of their faces, they had the face of a man; and they four had the face of a lion on the right side; and they four had the face of an ox on the left side; they four had also the face of an eagle. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 10:14 Every one had four faces: the first face was the face of the cherub, and the second face was the face of a man, and the third face the face of a lion, and the fourth the face of an eagle. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 17:3 and say, Thus says the Lord Yahweh: A great eagle with great wings and long feathers, full of feathers, which had various colors, came to Lebanon, and took the top of the cedar: (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Ezekiel 17:7 There was also another great eagle with great wings and many feathers: and behold, this vine did bend its roots toward him, and shot forth its branches toward him, from the beds of its plantation, that he might water it. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Daniel 4:33 The same hour was the thing fulfilled on Nebuchadnezzar: and he was driven from men, and ate grass as oxen, and his body was wet with the dew of the sky, until his hair was grown like eagles' feathers, and his nails like birds' claws. (Root in WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Daniel 7:4 The first was like a lion, and had eagle's wings: I saw until its wings were plucked, and it was lifted up from the earth, and made to stand on two feet as a man; and a man's heart was given to it. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Hosea 8:1 "Put the trumpet to your lips! Something like an eagle is over Yahweh's house, because they have broken my covenant, and rebelled against my law. (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS NIV)

Obadiah 1:4 Though you mount on high as the eagle, and though your nest is set among the stars, I will bring you down from there," says Yahweh. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Micah 1:16 Make thee bald, and poll thee for thy delicate children; enlarge thy baldness as the eagle; for they are gone into captivity from thee. (KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Habakkuk 1:8 Their horses also are swifter than leopards, and are more fierce than the evening wolves. Their horsemen press proudly on. Yes, their horsemen come from afar. They fly as an eagle that hurries to devour. (WEB KJV ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV)

Eagle (27 Occurrences)
... It is said that the eagle sheds his feathers in the beginning of spring,
and with fresh plumage assumes the appearance of youth. ...
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Gier-eagle (4 Occurrences)
Gier-eagle. << Giereagle, Gier-eagle. Gift >>. Noah Webster's Dictionary (n.) A
bird referred to in the Bible (Lev. xi. ... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. GIER-EAGLE...
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Eagle's (4 Occurrences)
... Multi-Version Concordance Eagle's (4 Occurrences). Psalms 103:5 who satisfies your
desire with good things, so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's. ...
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Sea-eagle (2 Occurrences)
Sea-eagle. << Sea-coast, Sea-eagle. Seafarers >>. Multi-Version
Concordance Sea-eagle (2 Occurrences). Leviticus 11:13 And ...
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Vulture (16 Occurrences)
... the allusion in Isaiah 34:15, for it is, excepting during the winter three months,
so numerous everywhere in Palestine as to be almost gregarious." (see EAGLE...
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Feathers (9 Occurrences)
... Those of the eagle were held in superstitious reverence as late as the days of Pliny,
who was ten years old at the time of the crucifixion of Christ. ...
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Ossifrage (2 Occurrences)
... Hist.). Noah Webster's Dictionary. 1. (n.) The lammergeir. 2. (n.) The young of
the sea eagle or bald eagle. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. OSSIFRAGE. ...
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Ospray (2 Occurrences)
... The osprey was quite similar in appearance to some of the smaller eagles, and
by some it is thought that the short-toed eagle is intended. ...
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Osprey (4 Occurrences)
... Hebrews `ozniyyah, an unclean bird according to the Mosaic law (Leviticus 11:13;
Deuteronomy 14:12); the fish-eating eagle (Pandion haliaetus); one of the ...
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Eagles (11 Occurrences)
... (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV). Job 9:26 They have passed on
with ships of reed, As an eagle darteth on food. (See NIV). ...
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105. aetos -- an eagle
... an eagle. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration: aetos Phonetic Spelling:
(ah-et-os') Short Definition: an eagle, bird of prey Definition: an eagle ...
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207. Akulas -- Aquila, a Christian
... Aquila. Probably for Latin aquila (an eagle); Akulas, an Israelite -- Aquila. (akulan)
-- 3 Occurrences. (akulas) -- 3 Occurrences. << 206, 207. Akulas. 208 >>. ...
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Smith's Bible Dictionary

(Heb. nesher , i.e. a tearer with the beak). At least four distinct kinds of eagles have been observed in Palestine, viz., the golden eagle, Aquila chrysaetos , the spotted eagle, Aquila naevia , the imperial eagle, Aquila heliaca , and the very common Circaetos gallicus . The Hebrew nesher may stand for any of these different species, though perhaps more particular reference to the golden and imperial eagles and the griffon vulture may be intended. The passage in Micah, (Micah 1:16) "enlarge thy baldness as the eagle," may refer to the griffon vulture, Vultur fulvus , in which case the simile is peculiarly appropriate, for the whole head and neck of this bird are destitute of true feathers. The "eagles" of (Matthew 24:28; Luke 17:37) may include the Vultur fulvus and Neophron percnopterus ; though, as eagles frequently prey upon dead bodies, there is no necessity to restrict the Greek word to the Vulturidae . The figure of an eagle is now and has long been a favorite military ensign. The Persians so employed it; a fact which illustrates the passage in (Isaiah 46:11) The same bird was similarly employed by the Assyrians and the Romans.

Scripture Alphabet Of Animals

Did you ever see an eagle? There were once a great many among the rocks and mountains of our own country, but they will not stay where there are many people; so they are seldom seen here now. They like to make their nests in high and rocky places, where nobody can find them; as a verse in the Bible says, "Though thou shouldest make thy nest on high as the eagle, yet will I bring thee down from thence." Their nests are not usually made in trees like those of many other birds, neither are they shaped in the same way: they are nothing but a layer of sticks spread flat upon the rock, and covered with some hay or straw. The care of the eagle for her young is spoken of in De 32:11. "As an eagle stirreth up her nest, fluttereth over her young, spreadeth abroad her wings, taketh them, beareth them on her wings; so the Lord alone did lead him." This beautifully describes God's care over the children of Israel while they were passing through the wilderness; does it not also well express his kindness to us?

These birds fly very swiftly, and you will find verses in the Bible that speak of this. One is De 28:49 . "The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from far, as swift as the eagle flieth." In another place it is said, "His horses are swifter than eagles." Job says, "My days are swifter than a post, (or post-rider;) they are passed away as the swift ships, as an eagle that hasteth to the prey."

The eye of the eagle is very curious. It has something like an inner eyelid, only it is very thin; and the eagle can draw this over its eye, like a curtain, whenever there is too much light. You have heard perhaps that it can look directly at the bright sun; and this is the reason. It can see a great deal farther than we can; and when it is very high in the air, so that it would look to you but little larger than a speck, it often sees some small animal on the ground and flies down to catch it.

See how well this bird was described a great many years ago: these are the last verses of the thirty-ninth chapter of Job Job 39: "Doth the eagle mount up at thy command and make her nest on high? She dwelleth and abideth upon the rock, upon the crag of the rock, and the strong place. From thence she seeketh the prey, and her eyes behold afar off. Her young ones also suck up blood; and where the slain are, there is she."

The eagle lives a great many years; sometimes more than seventy, I believe. It sheds its feathers every spring, and new ones come out; then it looks like a young bird. This is why David says in the Psalms, " Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things, so that thy youth is renewed, (or comes again,) like the eagle's." There is this beautiful verse in Isaiah, "They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up on wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint." How blessed and happy a thing it is to be a christian indeed! to "wait upon the Lord" every day for the strength we need; and to be always preparing for that world where the inhabitants are for ever young, for ever active, for ever holy, for ever happy.

ATS Bible Dictionary

Job 39:27-30, a large and very powerful bird of prey, hence called the King of birds. There are several species of eagle described by naturalists, and it is probable that this word in the Bible comprehends more than one of these. The noble eastern species, called by Mr. Bruce "the golden eagle," measures eight feet four inches from wing to wing; and from the tip of his tail to the point of his beak, when dead, four feet seven inches. Of all known birds, the eagle flies not only the highest, Proverbs 23:5 Jeremiah 49:16 Obadiah 1:4, but also with the greatest rapidity. To this circumstance there are several striking allusions in the sacred volume, 2 Samuel 1:23 Job 9:26 La 4:19. Among the evils threatened to the Israelites in case of their disobedience, the prophet names one in the following terms: "The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth, as swift as the eagle flieth," De 28:49. The march of Nebuchadnezzar against Jerusalem, is predicted in similar terms: "Behold, he shall come up as clouds, and his chariots as a whirlwind: his horses are swifter than eagles," Jeremiah 4:13 48:40 49:22 Hosea 8:1. This bird was a national emblem on Persian and Roman standards, as it now is on United States' coins.

The eagle, it is said, lives to a great age; and like other birds of prey, sheds his feathers in the beginning of spring, after which his old age assumes the appearance of youth. To this David alludes, when gratefully reviewing the mercies of Jehovah: "Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things, so that thy youth is renewed like eagle's," Psalm 103:5 Isaiah 40:31. The careful pains of the eagle in teaching its young to fly, beautifully illustrate God's providential care over Israel, Exodus 19:4 De 32:11,12.

The eagle is remarkable for its keen sight and scent. Its flesh, like that of all birds of prey, was unclean to the Jews; and is never eaten by any body, unless in cases of necessity, Matthew 24:28 Luke 17:37.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

e'-g'-l (nesher; aetos; Latin aquila): A bird of the genus aquila of the family falconidae.

The Hebrew nesher, meaning "to tear with the beak," is almost invariably translated "eagle," throughout the Bible; yet many of the most important references compel the admission that the bird to which they applied was a vulture.

There were many large birds and carrion eaters flocking over Palestine, attracted by the offal from animals slaughtered for tribal feasts and continuous sacrifice. The eagle family could not be separated from the vultures by their habit of feeding, for they ate the offal from slaughter as well as the vultures. One distinction always holds good. Eagles never flock. They select the tallest trees of the forest, the topmost crag of the mountain, and pairs live in solitude, hunting and feeding singly, whenever possible carrying their prey to the nest so that the young may gain strength and experience by tearing at it and feeding themselves. The vultures are friendly, and collect and feed in flocks. So wherever it is recorded that a "flock came down on a carcass," there may have been an eagle or two in it, but the body of it were vultures. Because they came in such close contact with birds of prey, the natives came nearer dividing them into families than any birds. Of perhaps a half-dozen, they recognized three eagles, they knew three vultures, four or five falcons, and several kites; but almost every Biblical reference is translated "eagle," no matter how evident the text makes it that the bird was a vulture.

For example, Micah 1:16: "Make thee bald, and cut off thy hair for the children of thy delight: enlarge thy baldness as the eagle (m "vulture"); for they are gone into captivity from thee." This is a reference to the custom of shaving the head when in mourning, but as Palestine knew no bald eagle, the text could refer only to the bare head and neck of the griffon vulture. The eagles were, when hunger-driven, birds of prey; the vultures, carrion feeders only. There was a golden eagle (the osprey of the King James Version), not very common, distinguished by its tan-colored head; the imperial eagle, more numerous and easily identified by a dark head and white shoulders; a spotted eagle; a tawny eagle, much more common and readily distinguished by its plumage; and the short-toed eagle, most common of all and especially a bird of prey, as also a small hooded eagle so similar to a vulture that it was easily mistaken for one, save that it was very bold about taking its own food.

The first Biblical reference to the eagle referred to the right bird. Exodus 19:4: "Ye have seen what I did unto the Egyptians, and how I bare you on eagles' wings, and brought you unto myself." This "bare you on eagles' wings" must not be interpreted to mean that an eagle ever carried anything on its back. It merely means that by strength of powerful wing it could carry quite a load with its feet and frequently was seen doing this. Vultures never carried anything; they feasted and regurgitated what they had eaten to their young.

The second reference is found in Leviticus 11:13 and repeated in Deuteronomy 14:12, the lists of abominations. It would seem peculiar that Moses would find it necessary to include eagles in thislist until it is known that Arab mountaineers were eating these birds at that time. The next falls in Deuteronomy 28:49: "Yahweh will bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth, as the eagle flieth; a nation whose tongue thou shalt not understand." This also refers to the true eagle and points out that its power of sustained flight, and the speed it could attain when hastening to its hunger-clamoring young, had been observed. The next reference is in Deuteronomy 32:11: "As an eagle that stirreth up her nest, That fluttereth over her young, He spread abroad his wings, he took them, He bare them on his pinions."

This is good natural history at last. Former versions made these lines read as if the eagle carried its young on its wings, a thing wholly incompatible with flight in any bird. Samuel's record of the lamentation of David over Saul and Jonathan is a wonderful poetic outburst and contains reference to this homing flight of the eagle (2 Samuel 1:23). In Job 9:26 the arrow-like downward plunge of the hunger-driven eagle is used in comparison with the flight of time. In Job 39, which contains more good natural history than any other chapter of the Bible, will be found everything concerning the eagle anyone need know:

"Is it at thy command that the eagle mounteth up, And maketh her nest on high? On the cliff she dwelleth, and maketh her home, Upon the point of the cliff, and the stronghold. From thence she spieth out the prey; Her eyes behold it afar off. Her young ones also suck up blood: And where the slain are, there is she" (Job 39:27-30). Psalm 103:5 is a reference to the long life of the eagle. The bird has been known to live to an astonishing age in captivity; under natural conditions, the age it attains can only be guessed.

"Who satisfieth thy desire with good things, So that thy youth is renewed like the eagle." Proverbs 23:5 compares the flight of wealth with that of an eagle; Proverbs 30:17 touches on the fact that the eye of prey is the first place attacked in eating, probably because it is the most vulnerable point and so is frequently fed to the young. Proverbs 30:19: "The way of an eagle in the air; The way of a serpent upon a rock: The way of a ship in the midst of the sea; And the way of a man with a maiden."

This reference to the eagle is to that wonderful power of flight that enables a bird to hang as if frozen in the sky, for long periods appearing to our sight immovable, or to sail and soar directly into the eye of the sun, seeming to rejoice in its strength of flight and to exult in the security and freedom of the upper air. The word "way" is here improperly translated. To the average mind it always means a road, a path. In this instance it should be translated:

The characteristics of an eagle in the air; The habit of a serpent upon the rock; The path of a ship in the midst of the sea; And the manner of a man with a maid. Each of these lines stood a separate marvel to Agur, and had no connection with the others (but compare The Wisdom of Solomon Songs 5:10, 11, and see WAY).

Isaiah 40:31 is another flight reference. Jeremiah 49:16 refers to the inaccessible heights at which the eagle loves to build and rear its young. Jeremiah 49:22 refers to the eagle's power of flight. Ezekiel 1:10 recounts a vision of the prophet in which strange living creatures had faces resembling eagles. The same book (17:3) contains the parable of the eagle: "Thus saith the Lord Yahweh: A great eagle with great wings and long pinions, full of feathers, which had divers colors, came unto Lebanon, and took the top of the cedar." Hosea 8:1 is another flight reference. Obad 1:4 is almost identical with Jeremiah 49:16. The next reference is that of Micah, and really refers to the griffon vulture (Micah 1:16). In Habakkuk 1:8 the reference is to swift flight. Matthew 24:28 undoubtedly refers to vultures. In Revelation 4:7 the eagle is used as a symbol of strength. In Revelation 8:13 the bird is represented as speaking: "And I saw, and I heard an eagle (the King James Version "angel"), flying in mid heaven, saying with a great voice, Woe, woe, woe, for them that dwell on the earth, by reason of the other voices of the trumpet of the three angels, who are yet to sound." The eagle makes its last appearance in the vision of the woman and the dragon (Revelation 12:14).

Gene Stratton-Porter

Easton's Bible Dictionary
(Herb. nesher; properly the griffon vulture or great vulture, so called from its tearing its prey with its beak), referred to for its swiftness of flight (Deuteronomy 28:49; 2 Samuel 1:23), its mounting high in the air (Job 39:27), its strength (Psalm 103:5), its setting its nest in high places (Jeremiah 49:16), and its power of vision (Job 39:27-30).

This "ravenous bird" is a symbol of those nations whom God employs and sends forth to do a work of destruction, sweeping away whatever is decaying and putrescent (Matthew 24:28; Isaiah 46:11; Ezek. 39:4; Deuteronomy 28:49; Jeremiah 4:13; 48:40). It is said that the eagle sheds his feathers in the beginning of spring, and with fresh plumage assumes the appearance of youth. To this, allusion is made in Psalm 103:5 and Isaiah 40:31. God's care over his people is likened to that of the eagle in training its young to fly (Exodus 19:4; Deuteronomy 32:11, 12). An interesting illustration is thus recorded by Sir Humphry Davy:, "I once saw a very interesting sight above the crags of Ben Nevis. Two parent eagles were teaching their offspring, two young birds, the maneuvers of flight. They began by rising from the top of the mountain in the eye of the sun. It was about mid-day, and bright for the climate. They at first made small circles, and the young birds imitated them. They paused on their wings, waiting till they had made their flight, and then took a second and larger gyration, always rising toward the sun, and enlarging their circle of flight so as to make a gradually ascending spiral. The young ones still and slowly followed, apparently flying better as they mounted; and they continued this sublime exercise, always rising till they became mere points in the air, and the young ones were lost, and afterwards their parents, to our aching sight." (See Isaiah 40:31.)

There have been observed in Palestine four distinct species of eagles, (1) the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos); (2) the spotted eagle (Aquila naevia); (3) the common species, the imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca); and (4) the Circaetos gallicus, which preys on reptiles. The eagle was unclean by the Levitical law (Leviticus 11:13; Deuteronomy 14:12).

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) Any large, rapacious bird of the Falcon family, esp. of the genera Aquila and Haliaeetus. The eagle is remarkable for strength, size, graceful figure, keenness of vision, and extraordinary flight. The most noted species are the golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetus); the imperial eagle of Europe (A. mogilnik / imperialis); the American bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus); the European sea eagle (H. albicilla); and the great harpy eagle (Thrasaetus harpyia). The figure of the eagle, as the king of birds, is commonly used as an heraldic emblem, and also for standards and emblematic devices. See Golden eagle.

2. (n.) A gold coin of the United States, of the value of ten dollars.

3. (n.) A northern constellation, containing Altair, a star of the first magnitude. See Aquila.

4. (n.) The figure of an eagle borne as an emblem on the standard of the ancient Romans, or so used upon the seal or standard of any people.

Strong's Hebrew
5404. nesher -- an eagle
... << 5403, 5404. nesher. 5405 >>. an eagle. Transliteration: nesher Phonetic Spelling:
(neh'-sher) Short Definition: eagle. Word Origin a prim. ...
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5403. neshar -- an eagle
... << 5402, 5403. neshar. 5404 >>. an eagle. Transliteration: neshar Phonetic
Spelling: (nesh-ar') Short Definition: eagle. Word Origin ...
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7360. racham -- carrion vulture
... gier- eagle. Or (feminine) rachamah {raw-khaw-maw'}; from racham; a kind of vulture
(supposed to be tender towards its young) -- gier- eagle. see HEBREW racham. ...
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5822. ozniyyah -- (a bird of prey) perhaps vulture
... ospray. Probably feminine of oz; probably the sea-eagle (from its strength) -- ospray.
see HEBREW oz. << 5821, 5822. ozniyyah. 5823 >>. Strong's Numbers.
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6538. peres -- (a bird of prey) perhaps bearded vulture
... claw, ossifrage. From parac; a claw; also a kind of eagle -- claw, ossifrage. see
HEBREW parac. << 6537b, 6538. peres. 6539 >>. Strong's Numbers.
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Eagle: Carries Her Young Upon Her Wings

Eagle: Figurative

Eagle: Forbidden As Food

Eagle: Gier-Eagle

Eagle: Symbolical

Eagle: The Long Life of

Eagle: The Molting of

Eagle: The Nest of

Eagle: The Swift Flight of

The Eagle of Great and Powerful Kings

The Eagle of Wisdom and Zeal of God's Ministers

The Eagle was the Standard of the Roman Armies

The Eagle: (Hasting to the Prey) of the Swiftness of Man's Days

The Eagle: (Height and Security of Its Dwelling) of the Fancied But

The Eagle: (Increase Baldness of, in the Moulting Season) of

The Eagle: (Mode of Teaching Her Young to Fly) of God's Care of His

The Eagle: (Renewed Strength and Beauty of) the Renewal of Saints

The Eagle: (Swiftness of) the Melting Away of Riches

The Eagle: (Swiftness of) the Swiftness of Hostile Armies

The Eagle: (Upward Flight of) the Saint's Rapid Progress Toward

The Eagle: (Wings of) Protection Afforded to the Church

The Eagle: A Bird of Prey

The Eagle: Called the Eagle of the Heavens

The Eagle: Delights in the Lofty Cedars

The Eagle: Different Kinds of

The Eagle: Dwells in the High Rocks

The Eagle: Feeds Her Young With Blood

The Eagle: Greatness of Its Wings Alluded To

The Eagle: Long-Sighted

The Eagle: Peculiarity of Its Flight Alluded To

The Eagle: Soaring to Heaven

The Eagle: Strength of Its Feathers Alluded To

The Eagle: Swift

The Eagle: Unclean

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Gier-eagle (4 Occurrences)

Eagle's (4 Occurrences)

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Vulture (16 Occurrences)

Feathers (9 Occurrences)

Ossifrage (2 Occurrences)

Ospray (2 Occurrences)

Osprey (4 Occurrences)

Eagles (11 Occurrences)

Bearded (2 Occurrences)

Creature (73 Occurrences)

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Gier (2 Occurrences)


Flieth (12 Occurrences)

Flying (22 Occurrences)

Aquila (7 Occurrences)

Aloes (5 Occurrences)

Soar (5 Occurrences)


Nest (22 Occurrences)

Owl (11 Occurrences)

Wings (81 Occurrences)

Cherubim (63 Occurrences)

Swift (35 Occurrences)

Fly (33 Occurrences)

Nisroch (2 Occurrences)

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Great-winged (2 Occurrences)

Detestation (5 Occurrences)

Disgusting (149 Occurrences)

Detestable (121 Occurrences)

Plumage (3 Occurrences)

Pinions (5 Occurrences)

Pinion (4 Occurrences)

Buzzard (3 Occurrences)

Swoopeth (2 Occurrences)

Swiftly (15 Occurrences)

Swan (2 Occurrences)

Swoop (5 Occurrences)

Flight (325 Occurrences)

Poll (5 Occurrences)

Flies (16 Occurrences)

Black (52 Occurrences)

Spreading (74 Occurrences)

Spreadeth (37 Occurrences)

Snake (43 Occurrences)

Hawk (6 Occurrences)

Abomination (78 Occurrences)

Birds (125 Occurrences)

Eagerness (6 Occurrences)

Suddenly (87 Occurrences)

Lion (92 Occurrences)

Rushing (61 Occurrences)

Stretching (84 Occurrences)

Exalt (56 Occurrences)

Fourth (87 Occurrences)

Syria (73 Occurrences)

Greece (15 Occurrences)

Powerful (93 Occurrences)

Ancient (64 Occurrences)

Trumpet (74 Occurrences)

Quicker (5 Occurrences)

Pulled (84 Occurrences)

Varied (3 Occurrences)

Keener (2 Occurrences)

Kite (3 Occurrences)

Nourished (29 Occurrences)

Understandest (10 Occurrences)

Ostrich (9 Occurrences)

Outstretched (40 Occurrences)

Long-pinioned (1 Occurrence)

Longwinged (1 Occurrence)

Leopards (2 Occurrences)

Long-winged (1 Occurrence)


Galloping (4 Occurrences)

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