138 occurrences

'Beast' in the Bible

So the Lord God formed out of the ground every animal of the field and every bird of the air, and brought them to Adam to see what he would call them; and whatever the man called a living creature, that was its name.

And the man gave names to all the livestock, and to the birds of the air, and to every animal of the field; but for Adam there was not found a helper [that was] suitable (a companion) for him.

Of every clean animal you shall take with you seven pair, the male and his female, and of animals that are not clean, two each the male and his female;

they and every animal according to its kind, all the livestock according to their kinds, every moving thing that crawls on the earth according to its kind, and every bird according to its kind, every winged thing of every sort.

Every animal, every crawling thing, every bird—and whatever moves on the land—went out by families (types, groupings) from the ark.

The fear and the terror of you shall be [instinctive] in every animal of the land and in every bird of the air; and together with everything that moves on the ground, and with all the fish of the sea; they are given into your hand.

For your lifeblood I will most certainly require an accounting; from every animal [that kills a person] I will require it. And from man, from every man’s brother [that is, anyone who murders] I will require the life of man.

He recognized it and said, “It is my son’s tunic. A wild animal has devoured him; Joseph is without doubt torn in pieces!”

They did so; Aaron stretched out his hand with his staff and struck the dust of the earth, and there were [biting] gnats on man and animal. All the dust of the land became gnats through all the land of Egypt.

The magicians (soothsayer-priests) tried by their secret arts and enchantments to create gnats, but they could not; and there were gnats on man and animal.

It will become fine dust over the entire land of Egypt, and it will become boils breaking out in sores on man and animal in all the land [occupied by the Egyptians].”

So they took soot from the kiln, and stood before Pharaoh; and Moses threw it toward the sky, and it became boils erupting in sores on man and animal.

Now therefore send [a message], bring your livestock and whatever you have in the field to safety. Every man and animal that is in the field and is not brought home shall be struck by the hail and shall die.”’”

Now the Lord said to Moses, “Stretch out your hand [with your staff] toward the sky, so that there may be hail in all the land of Egypt, on man and on animal and on all the vegetation of the field, throughout the land of Egypt.”

The hail struck down everything that was in the field throughout all the land of Egypt, both man and animal; the hail struck and beat down all the plants in the field and shattered every tree in the field.

But not even a dog will threaten any of the Israelites, whether man or animal, so that you may know [without any doubt] and acknowledge how the Lord makes a distinction between Egypt and Israel.’

For I [the Lord] will pass through the land of Egypt on this night, and will strike down all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and animal; against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgments [exhibiting their worthlessness]. I am the Lord.

“Sanctify to Me [that is, set apart for My purpose] every firstborn, the first offspring of every womb among the children of Israel, both of man and of animal; it is Mine.”

No hand shall touch him [that is, no one shall try to save the guilty party], but the offender must be stoned or shot through [with arrows]; whether man or animal [that touches the mountain], he shall not live.’ When the ram’s horn sounds a long blast, they shall come up to the mountain.”

the owner of the pit shall make restitution; he shall give money to the animal’s owner, but the dead [animal] shall be his.

Or if it is known that the ox was previously in the habit of goring, and its owner has not kept it confined, he must make restitution of ox for ox, and the dead [animal] shall be his.

If the animal that he stole is found alive in his possession, whether it is ox or donkey or sheep, he shall pay double [for it].

“If a man causes a field or vineyard to be grazed bare or lets his livestock loose so that it grazes in another man’s field, he shall make restitution from the best of his own field and the best of his own vineyard.

“If a man gives his neighbor a donkey or an ox or a sheep or any [other] animal to keep [for him], and it dies or is injured or taken away while no one is looking,

If it is torn to pieces [by some predator or by accident], let him bring the mangled carcass as evidence; he shall not make restitution for what was torn to pieces.

You shall do the same with your oxen and with your sheep. It shall be with its mother for seven days; on the eighth day you shall give it [as an offering] to Me.

You shall redeem the firstborn of a donkey with a lamb; but if you do not redeem it, then you shall break its neck. You shall redeem all the firstborn of your sons. None of you are to appear before Me empty-handed.

Or if someone touches any [ceremonially] unclean thing—whether the carcass of an unclean wild animal or the carcass of an unclean domestic animal or the carcass of unclean creeping things—even if he is unaware of it, he has become unclean, and he will be guilty.

When anyone touches any unclean thing—human uncleanness, or an unclean animal, or any unclean detestable thing—and then eats the meat of the sacrifice of the Lord’s peace offerings, that person shall be cut off from his people [excluding him from the atonement made for them].’”

The fat of an animal which dies [of natural causes] and the fat of one which is torn [to pieces by a predator] may be put to any other use, but under no circumstances are you to eat it.

For whoever eats the fat of the animal from which an offering by fire is presented to the Lord, that person who eats shall be cut off from his people [excluding him from the atonement made for them].

Moreover, you are not to eat any blood [of any kind], whether of bird or animal, in any of your dwelling places.

Concerning all the animals which divide the hoof, but do not have a split hoof, or which do not chew the cud, they are unclean to you; whoever touches them becomes unclean.

This is the law regarding the animal and the bird and every living thing that moves in the waters and everything that swarms on the earth,

So when any Israelite or any stranger living temporarily among them, catches any ceremonially clean animal or bird when hunting, he shall pour out its blood and cover it with earth.

You shall not have intimate relations with any animal to be defiled with it; nor shall a woman stand before an animal to mate with it; it is a perversion.

If a man has intimate relations with an animal, he shall most certainly be put to death; you shall kill the animal also.

If a woman approaches any animal to mate with it, you shall kill the woman and the animal; they shall most certainly be put to death; their blood is on them.

You are therefore to make a distinction between the [ceremonially] clean animal and the unclean, and between the unclean bird and the clean; and you shall not make yourselves detestable by animal or by bird or by anything that crawls on the ground, which I have set apart from you as unclean.

The one who kills an animal shall replace it, animal for animal.

The one who kills an animal shall replace it; but he who kills a human being [unlawfully] shall be put to death.

‘Now if it is an animal of the kind which men can present as an offering to the Lord, any such that one gives to the Lord shall be holy.

He shall not replace it or exchange it, a good for a bad, or a bad for a good; but if he does exchange an animal for an animal, then both the original offering and its substitute shall be holy.

‘But nothing that a man sets apart [that is, devotes as an offering] to the Lord out of all that he has, of man or of animal or of the fields of his own property, shall be sold or redeemed. Anything devoted to destruction (banned, cursed) is most holy to the Lord.

for all the firstborn are Mine. On the day that I killed all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, I consecrated for Myself all the firstborn in Israel, both man and animal. They shall be mine; I am the Lord.”

For all the firstborn among the Israelites are Mine, among the men and among the animals; on the day that I struck down every firstborn in the land of Egypt, I sanctified and set the Israelites apart for Myself.

They took all the plunder and all the spoils of war, both people and livestock.

“You and Eleazar the priest and the leaders of the fathers’ households of the congregation are to take a count of the spoil of war that was captured, both people and livestock.

the likeness of any animal that is on the earth, or of any winged bird that flies in the sky,

Among the animals, you may eat any animal that has the divided hoof [that is, a hoof] split into two parts [especially at its distal extremity] and that chews the cud.

He may have him beaten forty times, but no more. He is not to be beaten with more stripes than these and he is not to be degraded [that is, treated like an animal] in your sight.

‘Cursed is he who is intimate with any animal.’ And all the people shall say, ‘Amen.’

Jehoash the king of Israel sent word to Amaziah king of Judah, saying, “The [little] thorn-bush in Lebanon sent word to the [tall] cedar in Lebanon, saying, ‘Give your daughter to my son as wife.’ But a wild beast that was in Lebanon passed by and trampled the thorn-bush.

Then Joash king of Israel sent word to Amaziah king of Judah, saying, “The [little] thorn bush in Lebanon sent word to the [great] cedar in Lebanon, saying, ‘Give your daughter to my son in marriage.’ But a wild beast in Lebanon passed by and trampled down the thorn bush.

Then I got up in the night, I and a few men with me. I did not tell anyone what my God was putting in my heart to do for Jerusalem, and there was no animal with me except the one on which I was riding [so as not to attract attention].

Then I passed over to the Fountain Gate and to the King’s Pool, but there was no place for the animal that I was riding to pass.

Forgetting that a foot may crush them,Or that the wild beast may trample them.

Oh, do not hand over the soul of your turtledove to the wild beast;Do not forget the life of Your afflicted forever.

A boar from the woods eats it away,And the insects of the field feed on it.

They give drink to every beast of the field;The wild donkeys quench their thirst there.

You [O Lord] make darkness and it becomes night,In which prowls about every wild beast of the forest.

For the [earthly] fate of the sons of men and the fate of animals is the same. As one dies, so dies the other; indeed, they all have the same breath and there is no preeminence or advantage for man [in and of himself] over an animal, for all is vanity.

No lion will be there,Nor will any predatory animal come up on it;They will not be found there.But the redeemed will walk there.

Therefore thus says the Lord God, “Behold, My anger and My wrath will be poured out on this place, on man and beast, on the trees of the field and the fruit of the ground; and it will burn and [the fire will] not be quenched.”

I will also strike the inhabitants of this city, both man and beast; they will die of a great virulent disease.

“Behold (listen carefully), the days are coming,” says the Lord, “when I will sow the house of Israel and the house of Judah with the seed of man and with the seed of beast.

Fields will be bought in this land of which you say, “It is desolate, without man or animal; it is given into the hands of the Chaldeans.”

“Thus says the Lord, ‘Yet again there will be heard in this place of which you say, “It is a [desolate] waste, without man and without animal”—even in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem that are desolate, without man and without inhabitant and without animal—

“Thus says the Lord of hosts, ‘There will again be in this desolate place—[a place] without man or animal—and in all its cities, pastures for shepherds who rest their flocks.

And concerning Jehoiakim king of Judah you shall say, ‘Thus says the Lord, “You have burned this scroll, saying, ‘Why have you written on it that the king of Babylon will certainly come and destroy this land, and will cut off man and beast from it?’”

For out of the north a nation (Media) has come against her which will make her land desolate, and no one will live there. They have fled, they have gone away—both man and animal.

and say, ‘You, O Lord, have promised concerning this place to cut it off and destroy it, so that there shall be nothing living in it, neither man nor animal, but it will be perpetually desolate.’

“Son of man, if a land sins against Me by committing unfaithfulness, and I stretch out My hand against it and destroy its source of bread and send famine on it and cut off from it both man and animal,

Or if I were to bring a sword on that land and say, ‘Let a sword go through the land and cut off man and animal from it,’

Or if I should send a virulent disease into that land and pour out My wrath in blood on it to cut off man and animal from it,

For thus says the Lord God, “How much more when I send My four severe judgments against Jerusalem—sword, famine, predatory beasts, and virulent disease—to cut off man and animal from it!

therefore thus says the Lord God, “I will also stretch out My hand against Edom and I will cut off and destroy man and beast. I will make it desolate; from Teman even to Dedan they will fall by the sword.

‘Therefore thus says the Lord God, “Behold, I am going to bring a sword on you and cut off (destroy) both man and animal,

No man’s foot will pass through it, no animal’s foot will pass through it, and it will not be inhabited for forty years.

“As I live,” says the Lord God, “certainly because My flock has become prey, My flock has even become food for every predator of the field for lack of a shepherd, and My shepherds did not search for My flock, but rather the shepherds fed themselves and did not feed My flock;

I will multiply on you man and animal; and they will increase and be fruitful. And I will cause you to be inhabited as you were formerly, and I will do better [things] for you than at your beginning. Then you will know [with great confidence] that I am the Lord.

“As for you, son of man, thus says the Lord God, ‘Say to every kind of bird and to every animal of the field, “Assemble and come, gather from every side to My sacrifice that I am slaughtering for you, as a great sacrificial feast on the mountains of Israel, and you will eat flesh and drink blood.

The priests shall not eat any bird or animal that has died a natural death or has been torn to pieces.

And behold, another beast, a second one (the Medo-Persian Empire), was like a bear, and it was raised up on one side (domain), and three ribs were in its mouth between its teeth; and it was told, ‘Arise, devour much meat.’

After this I kept looking, and behold, another one (the Greek Empire of Alexander the Great), like a leopard, which had on its back four wings like those of a bird; the beast also had four heads (Alexander’s generals, his successors), and power to rule was given to it.

After this I kept looking in the night visions, and behold, [I saw] a fourth beast (the Roman Empire), terrible and extremely strong; and it had huge iron teeth. It devoured and crushed and trampled down what was left with its feet. It was different from all the beasts that came before it, and it had ten horns (ten kings).

Then I kept looking because of the sound of the great and boastful words which the horn was speaking. I kept looking until the beast was slain, and its body destroyed and given to be burned with fire.

“Then I wished to know the exact meaning of the fourth beast, which was different from all the others, extremely dreadful, with teeth of iron and claws of bronze, which devoured, crushed and trampled down what was left with its feet,

“Thus the angel said, ‘The fourth beast shall be a fourth kingdom on earth, which will be different from all other kingdoms and will devour the whole earth and tread it down, and crush it.

I saw the ram (Medo-Persia) charging westward and northward and southward; no beast could stand before him, nor was there anyone who could rescue [anything] from his power, but he did as he pleased and magnified himself.

I will encounter them like a bear robbed of her cubs,And I will tear open their chests;There I will also devour them like a lioness,As a wild beast would tear them.

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חבט 
Chabat 
Usage: 5

כּתת 
Kathath 
Usage: 17

מקשׁה 
Miqshah 
Usage: 10

θηρίον 
therion 
Usage: 46

דּקק 
Daqaq 
Usage: 13

הלם 
Halam 
Usage: 9

יפה 
Yapheh 
Usage: 41

מריא 
M@riy' 
Usage: 8

μαρτυρέω 
Martureo 
Usage: 58

προσρήγνυμι 
Prosregnumi 
Usage: 0

ῥαβδίζω 
Rhabdizo 
beat , beat with rods
Usage: 2

συμμαρτυρέω 
Summartureo 
Usage: 4

אי 
'iy 
Usage: 3

ארג 
'ereg 
Usage: 2

בּהמה 
B@hemah 
Usage: 190

בּעיר 
B@`iyr 
Usage: 7

בּעליה 
B@`alyah 
Usage: 1

גּב 
Geb 
pit , beam , ditch
Usage: 4

גּרשׂ 
Geres 
Usage: 2

דּוב דּב 
Dob 
Usage: 12

דּב 
Dob (Aramaic) 
Usage: 1

דּוּך 
Duwk 
Usage: 1

דּכא 
Daka' 
Usage: 18

דּפק 
Daphaq 
Usage: 3

הדר 
Hadar 
Usage: 30

הדרה 
Hadarah 
Usage: 5

הוד 
Howd 
Usage: 24

זיז 
Ziyz 
Usage: 3

זקן 
Zaqan 
Usage: 19

זרע 
Zara` 
Usage: 56

חי 
Chay 
Usage: 502

חיוא 
Cheyva' (Aramaic) 
Usage: 20

חמד 
Chamad 
Usage: 30

חתת 
Chathath 
Usage: 48

טבח 
Tebach 
Usage: 12

טוב 
Towb 
Usage: 553

ילד 
Yalad 
Usage: 497

יפה 
Yaphah 
Usage: 8

יפי 
Yophiy 
Usage: 19

כּוּל 
Kuwl 
Usage: 38

כּפיס 
Kaphiyc 
Usage: 1

כּרכּרה 
Karkarah 
Usage: 1

כּרתה 
Karuthah 
Usage: 3

כּתית 
Kathiyth 
Usage: 5

מכּה מכּה 
Makkah 
Usage: 48

מנור 
manowr 
Usage: 4

נאה 
Na'ah 
Usage: 3

נגע 
Naga` 
Usage: 150

נגף 
Nagaph 
Usage: 49

נטיל 
N@tiyl 
Usage: 1

נכה 
Nakah 
Usage: 501

נעם 
Na`em 
Usage: 8

נעם 
No`am 
Usage: 7

נסה נשׂא 
Nasa' 
Usage: 653

נתץ 
Nathats 
Usage: 42

סבל 
Cabal 
Usage: 9

סבּל 
Cabbal 
Usage: 5

עב עב 
`ab 
Usage: 2

ענה 
`anah 
Usage: 329

פּאר 
Pa'ar 
Usage: 14

פּאר 
P@'er 
Usage: 7

פּול 
Powl 
Usage: 2

פּרה 
Parah 
Usage: 29

צבי 
Ts@biy 
Usage: 32

צר צוּר 
Tsuwr 
Usage: 76

צלעה צלע 
Tsela` 
Usage: 41

צמח 
Tsamach 
Usage: 33

קרה קורה 
Qowrah 
Usage: 5

קרה 
Qarah 
Usage: 27

רכשׁ 
Rekesh 
Usage: 4

רקע 
Raqa` 
Usage: 11

שׁחט 
Shachat 
Usage: 5

שׁחק 
Shachaq 
Usage: 4

שׂפם 
Sapham 
Usage: 5

תּאם 
Ta'am 
Usage: 6

תּאר 
To'ar 
Usage: 15

תּפארת תּפארה 
Tiph'arah 
Usage: 51

תּרן 
Toren 
Usage: 3

αἴρω 
Airo 
take up , take away , take , away with , lift up , bear ,
Usage: 52

ἀναφέρω 
Anaphero 
offer up , bear , offer , bring up , lead up , carry up
Usage: 10

ἀνέχομαι 
Anechomai 
suffer , bear with , forbear , endure
Usage: 12

ἀντοφθαλμέω 
Antophthalmeo 
bear up into
Usage: 1

ἄρκτος 
Arktos 
Usage: 1

βαστάζω 
Bastazo 
bear , carry , take up
Usage: 18

γεννάω 
Gennao 
begat , be born , bear , gender , bring forth , be delivered ,
Usage: 84

δέρω 
Dero 
Usage: 6

δοκός 
Dokos 
Usage: 0

ἐκφέρω 
Ekphero 
Usage: 6

ἐπιβάλλω 
Epiballo 
Usage: 13

ζῶον 
Zoon 
Usage: 23

θηριομαχέω 
theriomacheo 
fight with beasts
Usage: 1

καρποφορέω 
Karpophoreo 
Usage: 4

κτῆνος 
Ktenos 
Usage: 3

μακροθυμέω 
Makrothumeo 
Usage: 7

περιφέρω 
Periphero 
Usage: 5

ποιέω 
Poieo 
do , make , bring forth , commit , cause , work , show , bear , keep , fulfil , deal , perform , not tr , , vr do
Usage: 372

προσκόπτω 
Proskopto 
Usage: 5

προσπίπτω 
Prospipto 
Usage: 7