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Dove (27 Occurrences)

Matthew 3:16 Jesus, when he was baptized, went up directly from the water: and behold, the heavens were opened to him. He saw the Spirit of God descending as a dove, and coming on him. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Mark 1:10 Immediately coming up from the water, he saw the heavens parting, and the Spirit descending on him like a dove. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Luke 3:22 and the Holy Spirit descended in a bodily form as a dove on him; and a voice came out of the sky, saying "You are my beloved Son. In you I am well pleased." (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

John 1:32 John testified, saying, "I have seen the Spirit descending like a dove out of heaven, and it remained on him. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 8:8 He sent forth a dove from him, to see if the waters were abated from the surface of the ground, (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 8:9 but the dove found no place to rest her foot, and she returned to him into the ship; for the waters were on the surface of the whole earth. He put forth his hand, and took her, and brought her to him into the ship. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 8:10 He stayed yet another seven days; and again he sent forth the dove out of the ship. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 8:11 The dove came back to him at evening, and, behold, in her mouth was an olive leaf plucked off. So Noah knew that the waters were abated from the earth. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 8:12 He stayed yet another seven days, and sent forth the dove; and she didn't return to him any more. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Genesis 15:9 He said to him, "Bring me a heifer three years old, a female goat three years old, a ram three years old, a turtledove, and a young pigeon." (Root in WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Leviticus 1:14 "'If his offering to Yahweh is a burnt offering of birds, then he shall offer his offering of turtledoves, or of young pigeons. (Root in WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Leviticus 12:6 "'When the days of her purification are completed, for a son, or for a daughter, she shall bring to the priest at the door of the Tent of Meeting, a year old lamb for a burnt offering, and a young pigeon, or a turtledove, for a sin offering: (Root in WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Psalms 55:6 I said, "Oh that I had wings like a dove! Then I would fly away, and be at rest. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Psalms 56:1 For the Chief Musician. To the tune of "Silent Dove in Distant Lands." A poem by David, when the Philistines seized him in Gath. Be merciful to me, God, for man wants to swallow me up. All day long, he attacks and oppresses me. (WEB YLT RSV NIV)

Psalms 68:13 while you sleep among the campfires, the wings of a dove sheathed with silver, her feathers with shining gold. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Psalms 74:19 Don't deliver the soul of your dove to wild beasts. Don't forget the life of your poor forever. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Song of Songs 1:15 Behold, you are beautiful, my love. Behold, you are beautiful. Your eyes are doves. (Root in WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Song of Songs 2:12 The flowers appear on the earth. The time of the singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land. (Root in WEB ASV BBE DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Song of Songs 2:14 My dove in the clefts of the rock, In the hiding places of the mountainside, Let me see your face. Let me hear your voice; for your voice is sweet, and your face is lovely. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Song of Songs 4:1 Behold, you are beautiful, my love. Behold, you are beautiful. Your eyes are doves behind your veil. Your hair is as a flock of goats, that descend from Mount Gilead. (Root in WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Song of Songs 5:2 I was asleep, but my heart was awake. It is the voice of my beloved who knocks: "Open to me, my sister, my love, my dove, my undefiled; for my head is filled with dew, and my hair with the dampness of the night." (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Song of Songs 6:9 My dove, my perfect one, is unique. She is her mother's only daughter. She is the favorite one of her who bore her. The daughters saw her, and called her blessed; the queens and the concubines, and they praised her. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Isaiah 38:14 I chattered like a swallow or a crane. I moaned like a dove. My eyes weaken looking upward. Lord, I am oppressed. Be my security." (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 8:7 Yes, the stork in the sky knows her appointed times; and the turtledove and the swallow and the crane observe the time of their coming; but my people don't know Yahweh's law. (Root in WEB ASV BBE DBY NAS RSV NIV)

Jeremiah 48:28 You inhabitants of Moab, leave the cities, and dwell in the rock; and be like the dove that makes her nest over the mouth of the abyss. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Hosea 7:11 "Ephraim is like an easily deceived dove, without understanding. They call to Egypt. They go to Assyria. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Hosea 11:11 They will come trembling like a bird out of Egypt, and like a dove out of the land of Assyria; and I will settle them in their houses," says Yahweh. (WEB KJV JPS ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV)

Turtle-dove (5 Occurrences)
Turtle-dove. << Turtledove, Turtle-dove. Turtledoves >>. Easton's Bible
Dictionary Turtle-dove. Its peculiar peaceful and ...
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Dove (27 Occurrences)
... In their wild state doves generally build their nests in the clefts of rocks,
but when domesticated "dove-cots" are prepared for them (Cant. ...
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Dove-cotes (1 Occurrence)
Dove-cotes. << Dove, Dove-cotes. Doves >>. Multi-Version Concordance
Dove-cotes (1 Occurrence). Isaiah 60:8 Who are these ...
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Dove's (1 Occurrence)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary Dove's dung : (2 Kings 6:25) has been generally understood
literally. ... Multi-Version Concordance Dove's (1 Occurrence). ...
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Dove-sellers (1 Occurrence)
Dove-sellers. << Dovesdung, Dove-sellers. Dower >>. Multi-Version
Concordance Dove-sellers (1 Occurrence). Mark 11:15 And ...
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Turtledove (5 Occurrences)
... Turtle-dove. ... The pigeon and the turtle-dove were the only birds permitted to be offered
in sacrifice (Leviticus 1:14; 5:7; 14:22; 15:14, 29, etc.). ...
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Pigeon (3 Occurrences)
... Comp. Luke 2:24). (see DOVE.). Noah Webster's Dictionary. ... For these purposes,
it appears that the dove was slightly preferred. When ...
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Turtle (5 Occurrences)
... Turtle-dove. ... The pigeon and the turtle-dove were the only birds permitted to be offered
in sacrifice (Leviticus 1:14; 5:7; 14:22; 15:14, 29, etc.). ...
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Darling (13 Occurrences)
... carriages. (See NAS NIV). Song of Songs 1:15 See, you are fair, my love,
you are fair; you have the eyes of a dove. (See NAS NIV). ...
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Descending (23 Occurrences)
... opened to him. He saw the Spirit of God descending as a dove, and coming
on him. (WEB KJV WEY ASV DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV). Matthew 8 ...
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4058. peristera -- a dove
... a dove. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: peristera Phonetic Spelling:
(per-is-ter-ah') Short Definition: a dove Definition: a dove, pigeon. ...
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5167. trugon -- a turtledove
... a turtledove. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: trugon Phonetic Spelling:
(troo-gone') Short Definition: a turtle-dove Definition: a turtle-dove. ...
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1491. eidos -- appearance, fashion, shape, sight.
... to the taken on by each of the three Persons of the tri-personal God: a) the in
Lk 3:22: "And the Holy Spirit descended upon Him in like a dove"; b) , in Lk 9 ...
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Smith's Bible Dictionary

The first menton of this bird occurs in Gen. 8. The dove's rapidity of flight is alluded to in (Psalms 55:6) the beauty of its plumage in (Psalms 68:13) its dwelling int he rocks and valleys in (Jeremiah 48:28) and Ezek 7:16 Its mournful voice in (Isaiah 38:14; 59:11; Nahum 2:7) its harmlessness in (Matthew 10:16) its simplicity in (Hosea 7:11) and its amativeness in (Solomon 1:15; 2:14) Doves are kept in a domesticated state in many parts of the East. In Persia pigeon-houses are erected at a distance from the dwellings, for the purpose of collecting the dung as manure. There is probably an allusion to such a custom in (Isaiah 60:8)

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

duv (tor, yonah; peristera; Latin Zenaedura carolinensis): A bird of the family Columbidae. Doves and pigeons are so closely related as to be spoken and written of as synonymous, yet there is a distinction recognized from the beginning of time. It was especially marked in Palestine, because doves migrated, but pigeons remained in their chosen haunts all the year. Yet doves were the wild birds and were only confined singly or in pairs as caged pets, or in order to be available for sacrifice. Pigeons, without question, were the first domesticated birds, the record of their conquest by man extending if anything further back than ducks, geese and swans. These two were the best known and the most loved of all the myriads of birds of Palestine. Doves were given preference because they remained wild and were more elusive. The thing that escapes us is usually a little more attractive than the thing we have. Their loving natures had been noted, their sleek beautiful plumage, their plump bodies. They were the most precious of anything offered for sacrifice. Their use is always specified in preference to pigeons if only one bird was used; if both, the dove is frequently mentioned first. Because of their docility when caged, their use in sacrifice, and the religious superstition concerning them, they were allowed to nest unmolested and, according to species, flocked all over Palestine. The turtle-dove nested in gardens and vineyards, and was almost as tame as the pigeons. The palm turtle-dove took its name from its love of homing in palm trees, and sought these afield, and in cities, even building near the temple in Jerusalem. It also selected thorn and other trees. It has a small body, about ten inches in length, covered with bright chestnut-colored feathers, the neck dappled with dark, lustrous feathers. The rock dove swarmed over, through, and among the cliffs of mountains and the fissures of caves and ravines. The collared turtle-dove was the largest of the species. It remained permanently and homed in the forests of Tabor and Gilead, around the Dead Sea, and along the Jordan valley. This bird was darker than the others and took its name from a clearly outlined collar of dark feathers encircling the neck, and was especially sought for caged pets on account of its size and beauty.

In all, the dove is mentioned about fifty times in the Bible. Many of these references are concerning its use in sacrifice and need not all be mentioned. The others are quoted and explained from a scientific standpoint and in accordance with the characteristics and habits of the birds. The first reference to the dove occurs in Genesis 8:8-12, in the history of the flood; then follows its specified use in sacrifice; note of its migratory habits is made, and then in poetry, prophecy, comparison, simile and song, it appears over and over throughout the Bible.

In Genesis 8:8-12, we read, "And he sent forth a dove from him, to see if the waters were abated." Noah first sent out a raven, because it was a strong, aggressive bird and would return to its mate. But the raven only flew over the water and returned to perch on the ark. This was not satisfactory, so Noah in looking for a bird better suited to his purpose, bethought him of the most loving and tender bird he knew-the dove. It not only would return to the ark, but would enter and go to the cage of its mate, and if it found green food it would regurgitate a portion for her or its young, or if not nesting he could tell by its droppings if greenery had been eaten and so decide if the waters were going down. And this is precisely what happened. The dove came back, and the watching Noah saw it feed its mate little green olive leaves, for the dove never carries food in the beak, but swallows and then regurgitates it to mate and young. This first reference to birds was made on account of the loving, tender characteristics of the species; the next, because they were the most loved by the people, and therefore chosen as most suitable to offer as sacrifice (Genesis 15:9). In Leviticus 1:14, doves are mentioned as sacrifice: "And the priest shall bring it unto the altar, and wring off its head, and burn it on the altar; and the blood thereof shall be drained out on the side of the altar." In Leviticus 5:7 the proper preparation of the sacrifice is prescribed. For method of handling sacrifice see 5:8, 9, 10. In Leviticus 12:6 the law for a sacrifice for a mother is given, and 12:8 of same chapter provides that if she be too poor to offer a lamb, doves or pigeons will suffice. In Leviticus 14:4-8 the reference for the sacrifice of a leper is merely to "birds," because it is understood that they are pigeons and doves, and it contains the specification that if the victim is too poor to afford so elaborate a sacrifice, a smaller one will suffice. The birds are named in 14:22: "Two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons, such as he is able to get; and the one shall be a sin-offering, and the other a burnt-offering" (compare Leviticus 15:14, 29 Numbers 6:10). When David prayed for the destruction of the treacherous, he used the dove in comparison, and because he says he would "lodge in the wilderness" he indicates that he was thinking of the palm turtle. "And I said, Oh that I had wings like a dove! Then would I fly away, and be at rest" (Psalm 55:6). In chanting a song of triumph, David used an exquisite thought. "When ye lie among the sheepfolds, It is as the wings of a dove covered with silver, And her pinions with yellow gold" (Psalm 68:13). He referred to the rock dove because the metallic luster on its neck would gleam like gold in sunshine, and the soft grayish-white feathers beneath the wings as he would see the bird above him in flight would appear silver-like. By this quotation David meant that in times of peace, when men slept contentedly at home among their folds, their life was as rich with love and as free in peace as the silver wing of the dove that had the gold feathers and was unmolested among the inaccessible caves and cliffs. In Psalm 74:19 the term "turtle-dove" is used to indicate people whom the Almighty is implored to protect: "Oh deliver not the soul of thy turtle-dove unto the wild beast: forget not the life of thy poor for ever."

Solomon uses the dove repeatedly in comparison or as a term of endearment. In Songs 1:15; Songs 4:1; Songs 5:12, he compares the eyes of his bride full, tender, beautiful, with those of a dove. In Songs 2:12 he uses the voice of the dove as an indication of spring. In Songs 2:14 he addresses the bride as a rock dove, In Songs 5:2 is another term of endearment, this time used in the dream of the bride (compare Songs 6:9). Isaiah 38:14 has reference to the wailing, mournful dove note from which the commonest species take the name "mourning dove." The reference in Isaiah 60:8 proves that the prophet was not so good an observer, or so correct in his natural history as David, who may have learned from the open. As a boy, David guarded the flocks of his father and watched the creatures around him. When exulting over the glory of the church in the numerous accessions of Gentiles, Isaiah cried, "Who are these that fly as a cloud, and as the doves to their windows?" This proves that he confounded pigeons and doves. Doves were wild, mostly migratory, and had no "windows." But the clay cotes of pigeons molded in squares so that one large cote sheltered many pairs in separate homes had the appearance of latticed windows and were used as a basis in estimating a man's wealth. This reference should be changed to read, "and as pigeons to their windows." In Jeremiah 8:7 the fact is pointed out that doves were migratory; and in Jeremiah 48:28 people are advised to go live in solitary places and be peaceable, loving and faithful, like the rock doves. See also Ezekiel 7:16: "But those of them that escape shall escape, and shall be on the mountains like doves of the valleys, all of them moaning, every one in his iniquity." This merely means that people should be driven to hide among the caves and valleys where the rock doves lived, and that the sound of their mourning would resemble the cry of the birds. It does not mean, however, that the doves were mourning, for when doves coo and moan and to our ears grow most pitiful in their cries, they are the happiest in the mating season. The veneration cherished for doves in these days is inborn, and no bird is so loved and protected as the dove-hence, it is unusually secure and happy and its mournful cry is the product of our imagination only. The dove is the happiest of birds. Hosea 7:11 and Hosea 11:11 each compares people with doves; the first, because the birds at times appear foolishly trusting; the second, because, while no bird is more confiding, none is more easily frightened. "And Ephraim is like a silly dove, without understanding: they call unto Egypt, they go to Assyria" (Hosea 7:11). "They shall come trembling as a bird out of Egypt, and as a dove out of the land of Assyria; and I will make them to dwell in their houses, saith Yahweh" (Hosea 11:11). The reference in Nahum 2:7 is to the voice of the birds.

New Testament references will be found in a description of the baptism of Jesus (Matthew 3:16). People are admonished to be "harmless as doves" (Matthew 10:16). "And Jesus entered into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the money-changers, and the seats of them that sold the doves" (Matthew 21:12). This proves that these birds were a common article of commerce, probably the most used for caged pets, and those customarily employed for sacrifice.

Dove's Dung (chari yonim, Kethibh for dibhyonim): 2 Kings 6:25: "And there was a great famine in Samaria: and, behold, they besieged it, until an ass's head was sold for fourscore pieces of silver, and the fourth part of a kab of dove's dung for five pieces of silver." This seems so repulsive that some commentators have tried to prove the name applied to the edible root of a plant, but the history of sieges records other cases where matter quite as offensive was used to sustain life. The text is probably correct as it stands.

Gene Stratton-Porter

Easton's Bible Dictionary
In their wild state doves generally build their nests in the clefts of rocks, but when domesticated "dove-cots" are prepared for them (Cant. 2:14; Jeremiah 48:28; Isaiah 60:8). The dove was placed on the standards of the Assyrians and Babylonians in honour, it is supposed, of Semiramis (Jeremiah 25:38; Vulg., "fierceness of the dove;" Comp. Jeremiah 46:16; 50:16). Doves and turtle-doves were the only birds that could be offered in sacrifice, as they were clean according to the Mosaic law (Genesis 15:9; Leviticus 5:7; 12:6; Luke 2:24). The dove was the harbinger of peace to Noah (Genesis 8:8, 10). It is often mentioned as the emblem of purity (Psalm 68:13). It is a symbol of the Holy Spirit (Genesis 1:2; Matthew 3:16; Mark 1:10; Luke 3:22; John 1:32); also of tender and devoted affection (Cant. 1:15; 2:14). David in his distress wished that he had the wings of a dove, that he might fly away and be at rest (Psalm 55:6-8). There is a species of dove found at Damascus "whose feathers, all except the wings, are literally as yellow as gold" (68:13).

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (p. p.) of Dive.

2. (n.) A pigeon of the genus Columba and various related genera. The species are numerous.

3. (n.) A word of endearment for one regarded as pure and gentle.

Strong's Hebrew
3123. yonah -- dove
... << 3122, 3123. yonah. 3124 >>. dove. Transliteration: yonah Phonetic Spelling:
(yo-naw') Short Definition: dove. Word Origin from an ...
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1686. dibyonim -- probably dove's dung
... << 1685, 1686. dibyonim. 1687 >>. probably dove's dung. Transliteration: dibyonim
Phonetic Spelling: (dib-yone') Short Definition: dung. ... dove's dung. ...
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3128. Yonath Elem Rechoqim -- "dove of distant silences," probably ...
Yonath Elem Rechoqim. << 3127, 3128. Yonath Elem Rechoqim. 3129 >>. "dove of distant
silences," probably the name of a melody. Transliteration ...
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8449. tor -- turtledove
... estate. Or tor {tore}; probably the same as towr; a ring-dove, often (figuratively)
as a term of endearment -- (turtle) dove. see HEBREW towr. << 8448, 8449. ...
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699. arubbah -- a lattice, window, sluice
... Feminine participle passive of 'arab (as if for lurking); a lattice; (by implication)
a window, dove-cot (because of the pigeon-holes), chimney (with its ...
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8450. tor -- a bullock
... turtle dove. (Aramaic) corresponding (by permutation) to showr; a bull -- bullock,
ox. see HEBREW showr. << 8449, 8450. tor. 8451 >>. Strong's Numbers.
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3224. Yemimah -- a daughter of Job
... Jemimah. Perhaps from the same as yowm; properly, warm, ie Affectionate; hence,
dove (compare yownah); Jemimah, one of Job's daughters -- Jemimah. ...
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The Dove of Converts to the Church

The Dove of Mourners

The Dove of the Church

The Dove of the Holy Spirit

The Dove of the Meekness of Christ

The Dove: (In Its Flight) of the Return of Israel from Captivity

The Dove: Characterised by Comeliness of Countenance

The Dove: Characterised by Richness of Plumage

The Dove: Characterised by Simplicity

The Dove: Characterised by Softness of Eyes

The Dove: Characterised by Sweetness of Voice

The Dove: Clean and Used As Food

The Dove: Dwells in Rocks

The Dove: Frequents Streams and Rivers

The Dove: Impiously Sold in the Court of the Temple

The Dove: Mournful Tabering of, Alluded To

The Dove: Offered in Sacrifice

The Dove: Sent from the Ark by Noah

The Dove: The Harbinger of Spring

The Dove: Why Considered the Emblem of Peace

Turtle Dove: Burnt offering of

Turtle Dove: Domesticated

Turtle Dove: Harmlessness of, Typical of Christ's Gentleness

Turtle Dove: Market For, in the Temple

Turtle Dove: Nests of

Turtle Dove: Prescribed for Purification of Lepers

Turtle Dove: Prescribed for Purification of Nazarites

Turtle Dove: Prescribed for Purification of Women

Turtle Dove: Sacrificial Uses of

Turtle Dove: Sent out from the Ark by Noah

Turtle Dove: Sin offering, for Those Who Touched Any Dead Body

Turtle Dove: Symbolical of the Holy Spirit

Turtle Dove: Trespass offering of, for the Impecunious

Related Terms

Dove (27 Occurrences)

Dove-cotes (1 Occurrence)

Dove's (1 Occurrence)

Dove-sellers (1 Occurrence)

Turtledove (5 Occurrences)

Pigeon (3 Occurrences)

Turtle (5 Occurrences)

Darling (13 Occurrences)

Descending (23 Occurrences)

Doves (25 Occurrences)

Wings (81 Occurrences)

Swallow (38 Occurrences)


Undefiled (7 Occurrences)

Opened (182 Occurrences)


Jonath (2 Occurrences)


Jonah (30 Occurrences)

Lightened (11 Occurrences)

Waited (72 Occurrences)

Flawless (7 Occurrences)

Thrush (2 Occurrences)

Torn (100 Occurrences)

Rehokim (2 Occurrences)

Receded (6 Occurrences)

Elem (2 Occurrences)

Pinion (4 Occurrences)

Abated (10 Occurrences)

Shape (17 Occurrences)

Subsided (9 Occurrences)

Stayeth (10 Occurrences)

Surface (71 Occurrences)

Immediately (141 Occurrences)

Song (207 Occurrences)

Straightway (96 Occurrences)

Deluge (17 Occurrences)

Crane (2 Occurrences)

Returned (328 Occurrences)

Sky (278 Occurrences)

Swift (35 Occurrences)

Straight (196 Occurrences)

Waters (386 Occurrences)

Resting (117 Occurrences)

Bird (65 Occurrences)

Opening (242 Occurrences)

Holes (36 Occurrences)

Stayed (169 Occurrences)

Turtledoves (10 Occurrences)

Dower (4 Occurrences)

Dough (15 Occurrences)

Low (216 Occurrences)

Psalms (44 Occurrences)

Birds (125 Occurrences)

Descended (64 Occurrences)

Oh (164 Occurrences)

Broken (559 Occurrences)

Noah (55 Occurrences)

Year-old (6 Occurrences)

Yellow (6 Occurrences)

Yearling (48 Occurrences)

Queens (4 Occurrences)

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Knocks (5 Occurrences)

Knocketh (4 Occurrences)

Kab (1 Occurrence)

Knocking (9 Occurrences)

Beautiful (152 Occurrences)

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Unique (4 Occurrences)

Olive-tree (17 Occurrences)

O (1414 Occurrences)

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Oaks (14 Occurrences)


Olive-leaf (1 Occurrence)

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