Dictionary Mode: easton:Measure
Measure @ Several words are so rendered in the Authorized Version. (1.) Those which are indefinite. (a) Hok, Isaiah:5:14, elsewhere "statute." (b) Mad, Job:11:9; Jeremiah:13:25, elsewhere "garment." (c) Middah, the word most frequently thus translated, Exodus:26:2 Exodus:26:8, etc. (d) Mesurah, Leviticus:19:35; 1Chronicles:23:29. (e) Mishpat, Jeremiah:30:11, elsewhere "judgment." (f) Mithkoneth and token, Ezekiel:45:11. (g) In New Testament metron, the usual Greek word thus rendered Matthew:7:2 Matthew:23:32; Mark:4:24). (2.) Those which are definite. (a) 'Eyphah, Deuteronomy:25:14-15, usually "ephah." (b) Ammah, Jeremiah:51:13, usually "cubit." (c) Kor, kjvKings:4:22, elsewhere "cor;" Greek koros, Luke:16:7. (d) Seah, Genesis:18:6; 1Samuel:25:18, a seah; Greek saton, Matthew:13:33; Luke:13:21. (e) Shalish, "a great measure," Isaiah:40:12; literally a third, i.e., of an ephah. (f) In New Testament batos, Luke:16:6, the Hebrew "bath;" and choinix, Revelation:6:6, the choenix, equal in dry commodities to one-eighth of a modius.
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