112 occurrences

'Fine' in the Bible

So Abraham hurried into the tent and said to Sarah, “Quick! Knead three measures of fine flour and make bread.”

Pharaoh removed his signet ring from his hand and put it on Joseph’s hand, clothed him with fine linen garments, and placed a gold chain around his neck.

It will become fine dust over the entire land of Egypt. It will become festering boils on man and beast throughout the land of Egypt.”

When the layer of dew evaporated, there were fine flakes on the desert surface, as fine as frost on the ground.

“You are to weave the tunic from fine linen, make a turban of fine linen, and make an embroidered sash.

with unleavened bread, unleavened cakes mixed with oil, and unleavened wafers coated with oil. Make them out of fine wheat flour,

With the first lamb offer two quarts of fine flour mixed with one quart of oil from crushed olives, and a drink offering of one quart of wine.

Grind some of it into a fine powder and put some in front of the testimony in the tent of meeting, where I will meet with you. It must be especially holy to you.

Everyone who had in his possession blue, purple, or scarlet yarn, fine linen or goat hair, ram skins dyed red or manatee skins, brought them.

Every skilled woman spun yarn with her hands and brought it: blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and fine linen.

He has filled them with skill to do all the work of a gem cutter; a designer; an embroiderer in blue, purple, and scarlet yarn and fine linen; and a weaver. They can do every kind of craft and design artistic designs.

With him was Oholiab son of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan, a gem cutter, a designer, and an embroiderer with blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and fine linen.

They hammered out thin sheets of gold, and he cut threads from them to interweave with the blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and the fine linen in a skillful design.

They made the tunics of fine woven linen for Aaron and his sons.

They also made the turban and the ornate headbands of fine linen, the undergarments,

“When anyone presents a grain offering as a gift to the Lord, his gift must consist of fine flour. He is to pour olive oil on it, put frankincense on it,

and bring it to Aaron’s sons the priests. The priest will take a handful of fine flour and oil from it, along with all its frankincense, and will burn this memorial portion of it on the altar, a fire offering of a pleasing aroma to the Lord.

“When you present a grain offering baked in an oven, it must be made of fine flour, either unleavened cakes mixed with oil or unleavened wafers coated with oil.

If your gift is a grain offering prepared on a griddle, it must be unleavened bread made of fine flour mixed with oil.

If your gift is a grain offering prepared in a pan, it must be made of fine flour with oil.

“But if he cannot afford two turtledoves or two young pigeons, he may bring two quarts of fine flour as an offering for his sin. He must not put olive oil or frankincense on it, for it is a sin offering.

The priest is to remove a handful of fine flour and olive oil from the grain offering, with all the frankincense that is on the offering, and burn its memorial portion on the altar as a pleasing aroma to the Lord.

“This is the offering that Aaron and his sons must present to the Lord on the day that he is anointed: two quarts of fine flour as a regular grain offering, half of it in the morning and half in the evening.

If he presents it for thanksgiving, in addition to the thanksgiving sacrifice, he is to present unleavened cakes mixed with olive oil, unleavened wafers coated with oil, and well-kneaded cakes of fine flour mixed with oil.

“On the eighth day he must take two unblemished male lambs, an unblemished year-old ewe lamb, a grain offering of three quarts of fine flour mixed with olive oil, and one-third of a quart of olive oil.

“But if he is poor and cannot afford these, he is to take one male lamb for a restitution offering to be waved in order to make atonement for him, along with two quarts of fine flour mixed with olive oil for a grain offering, one-third of a quart of olive oil,

Its grain offering is to be four quarts of fine flour mixed with oil as a fire offering to the Lord, a pleasing aroma, and its drink offering will be one quart of wine.

Bring two loaves of bread from your settlements as a presentation offering, each of them made from four quarts of fine flour, baked with yeast, as firstfruits to the Lord.

along with their grain offerings and drink offerings, and a basket of unleavened cakes made from fine flour mixed with oil, and unleavened wafers coated with oil.

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

As his offering, he presented one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

His offering was one silver dish weighing 3¼ pounds and one silver basin weighing 1¾ pounds, measured by the standard sanctuary shekel, both of them full of fine flour mixed with oil for a grain offering;

“They are to take a young bull and its grain offering of fine flour mixed with oil, and you are to take a second young bull for a sin offering.

the one presenting his offering to the Lord must also present a grain offering of two quarts of fine flour mixed with a quart of oil.

“If you prepare a grain offering with a ram, it must be four quarts of fine flour mixed with a third of a gallon of oil.

a grain offering of six quarts of fine flour mixed with two quarts of oil must be presented with the bull.

along with two quarts of fine flour for a grain offering mixed with a quart of olive oil from crushed olives.

with six quarts of fine flour mixed with oil as a grain offering for each bull, four quarts of fine flour mixed with oil as a grain offering for the ram,

and two quarts of fine flour mixed with oil as a grain offering for each lamb. It is a burnt offering, a pleasing aroma, a fire offering to the Lord.

The grain offering with them is to be of fine flour mixed with oil; offer six quarts with each bull and four quarts with the ram.

with their grain offering of fine flour mixed with oil, six quarts with each bull, four quarts with the ram,

with their grain offering of fine flour mixed with oil, six quarts with the bull, four quarts with the ram,

Their grain offering is to be of fine flour mixed with oil, six quarts with the bull, four quarts with the ram,

Their grain offering is to be of fine flour mixed with oil, six quarts with each of the 13 bulls, four quarts with each of the two rams,

I took the sinful calf you had made, burned it up, and crushed it, thoroughly grinding it to powder as fine as dust. Then I threw it into the stream that came down from the mountain.

They will also fine him 100 silver shekels and give them to the young woman’s father, because that man gave an Israelite virgin a bad name. She will remain his wife; he cannot divorce her as long as he lives.

You love your enemies and hate those who love you! Today you have made it clear that the commanders and soldiers mean nothing to you. In fact, today I know that if Absalom were alive and all of us were dead, it would be fine with you!

Solomon’s provisions for one day were 150 bushels of fine flour and 300 bushels of meal,

The king also made a large ivory throne and overlaid it with fine gold.

Elisha replied, “Hear the word of the Lord! This is what the Lord says: ‘About this time tomorrow at the gate of Samaria, six quarts of fine meal will sell for a shekel and 12 quarts of barley will sell for a shekel.’”

Then the people went out and plundered the Aramean camp.It was then that six quarts of fine meal sold for a shekel and 12 quarts of barley sold for a shekel, according to the word of the Lord.

When the man of God had said to the king, “About this time tomorrow 12 quarts of barley will sell for a shekel and six quarts of fine meal will sell for a shekel at the gate of Samaria,”

Pharaoh Neco imprisoned him at Riblah in the land of Hamath to keep him from reigning in Jerusalem, and he imposed on the land a fine of 7,500 pounds of silver and 75 pounds of gold.

Others were put in charge of the furnishings and all the utensils of the sanctuary, as well as the fine flour, wine, oil, incense, and spices.

Now David was dressed in a robe of fine linen, as were all the Levites who were carrying the ark, as well as the singers and Chenaniah, the music leader of the singers. David also wore a linen ephod.

as well as the rows of the bread of the Presence, the fine flour for the grain offering, the wafers of unleavened bread, the baking, the mixing, and all measurements of volume and length.

He is the son of a woman from the daughters of Dan. His father is a man of Tyre. He knows how to work with gold, silver, bronze, iron, stone, and wood, with purple, blue, crimson yarn, and fine linen. He knows how to do all kinds of engraving and to execute any design that may be given him. I have sent him to be with your craftsmen and the craftsmen of my lord, your father David.

The larger room he paneled with cypress wood, overlaid with fine gold, and decorated with palm trees and chains.

Then he made the most holy place; its length corresponded to the width of the temple, 30 feet, and its width was 30 feet. He overlaid it with 45,000 pounds of fine gold.

He made the veil of blue, purple, and crimson yarn and fine linen, and he wove cherubim into it.

the Levitical singers dressed in fine linen and carrying cymbals, harps, and lyres were standing east of the altar, and with them were 120 priests blowing trumpets. The Levitical singers were descendants of Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun and their sons and relatives.

20 gold bowls worth 1,000 gold coins, and two articles of fine gleaming bronze, as valuable as gold.

White and violet linen hangings were fastened with fine white and purple linen cords to silver rods on marble columns. Gold and silver couches were arranged on a mosaic pavement of red feldspar, marble, mother-of-pearl, and precious stones.

Mordecai went from the king’s presence clothed in royal purple and white, with a great gold crown and a purple robe of fine linen. The city of Susa shouted and rejoiced,

Gold and glass do not compare with it,and articles of fine gold cannot be exchanged for it.

It is like fine oil on the head,running down on the beard,running down Aaron’s beardonto his robes.

It is certainly not good to fine an innocent personor to beat a noble for his honesty.

She makes her own bed coverings;her clothing is fine linen and purple.

Your mouth is like fine wine—W flowing smoothly for my love,gliding past my lips and teeth!

Instead of perfume there will be a stench;instead of a belt, a rope;instead of beautifully styled hair, baldness;instead of fine clothes, sackcloth;instead of beauty, branding.

Your many foes will be like fine dust,and many of the ruthless, like blowing chaff.Then suddenly, in an instant,

Look, the nations are like a drop in a bucket;they are considered as a speck of dust in the scales;He lifts up the islands like fine dust.

?AlefHow the gold has become tarnished,the fine gold become dull!The stones of the temple lie scatteredat the corner of every street.

I clothed you in embroidered cloth and provided you with leather sandals. I also wrapped you in fine linen and covered you with silk.

So you were adorned with gold and silver, and your clothing was made of fine linen, silk, and embroidered cloth. You ate fine flour, honey, and oil. You became extremely beautiful and attained royalty.

You also set before them as a pleasing aroma the food I gave you—the fine flour, oil, and honey that I fed you. That is what happened.” This is the declaration of the Lord God.

Your sail was made offine embroidered linen from Egypt,and served as your banner.Your awning was of blue and purple fabricfrom the coasts of Elishah.

Aram was your trading partner because of your numerous products. They exchanged turquoise, purple and embroidered cloth, fine linen, coral, and rubies for your merchandise.

You must also prepare a grain offering every morning along with it: three quarts, with one-third of a gallon of oil to moisten the fine flour—a grain offering to the Lord. This is a permanent statute to be observed regularly.

Ephraim is a well-trained calfthat loves to thresh,but I will place a yoke on her fine neck.I will harness Ephraim;Judah will plow;Jacob will do the final plowing.

“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant in search of fine pearls.

After he bought some fine linen, he took Him down and wrapped Him in the linen. Then he placed Him in a tomb cut out of the rock, and rolled a stone against the entrance to the tomb.

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מצא 
Matsa' 
Usage: 455

אטוּן 
'etuwn 
Usage: 1

אצבּע 
'etsba` 
Usage: 31

אצבּע 
'etsba` (Aramaic) 
Usage: 3

בּוּץ 
Buwts 
Usage: 8

בּצע 
Batsa` 
Usage: 17

זקק 
Zaqaq 
Usage: 7

חלב חלב 
Cheleb 
Usage: 92

חקר 
Cheqer 
Usage: 12

טב 
Tab (Aramaic), 
Usage: 2

טוב 
Towb 
Usage: 553

יצא 
Y@tsa' (Aramaic) 
Usage: 1

כּלא 
Kala' 
Usage: 18

כּלה 
Kalah 
Usage: 207

כּלל 
K@lal (Aramaic) 
set up , make up , finished , variant
Usage: 7

כּתם 
Kethem 
Usage: 9

מצרף 
Mitsreph 
Usage: 2

סדין 
Cadiyn 
Usage: 4

סלת 
Coleth 
Usage: 53

סנפּיר 
C@nappiyr 
fin
Usage: 5

פּז 
Paz 
Usage: 9

צרף 
Tsaraph 
Usage: 33

שׁזר 
Shazar 
Usage: 21

שׁכח 
Sh@kach (Aramaic) 
Usage: 18

שׁלם 
Shalam 
Usage: 116

שׁלם 
Sh@lam (Aramaic) 
Usage: 3

שׂריקה 
S@riyqah 
Usage: 1

שׁשׁי שׁשׁ 
Shesh 
Usage: 41

תּמם 
Tamam 
Usage: 63

ἀνεξιχνίαστος 
Anexichniastos 
Usage: 2

ἀνευρίσκω 
Aneurisko 
Usage: 1

ἀπαρτισμός 
Apartismos 
Usage: 0

ἀποτελέω 
Apoteleo 
Usage: 1

βύσσινος 
Bussinos 
Usage: 4

βύσσος 
Bussos 
Usage: 1

δάκτυλος 
Daktulos 
Usage: 3

διανύω 
Dianuo 
Usage: 1

ἐκτελέω 
Ekteleo 
Usage: 0

ἐπιτελέω 
Epiteleo 
Usage: 10

εὑρίσκω 
heurisko 
find ,
Usage: 130

καταλαμβάνω 
Katalambano 
Usage: 14

λοιπόν 
Loipon 
Usage: 12

μέμφομαι 
memphomai 
Usage: 3

σεμίδαλις 
Semidalis 
Usage: 1

σινδών 
sindon 
Usage: 6

συντελέω 
sunteleo 
Usage: 7

τελειόω 
Teleioo 
Usage: 18

τελειωτής 
Teleiotes 
Usage: 1

τελέω 
Teleo 
Usage: 21

τέλος 
Telos 
Usage: 28

χαλκαλίβανον 
Chalkolibanon 
Usage: 1

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