'Overlaid' in the Bible
He overlaid them with gold and made their rings out of gold as holders for the crossbars. He also overlaid the crossbars with gold.
He made four posts of acacia wood for it and overlaid them with gold; their hooks were of gold. And he cast four silver bases for the posts.
together with its five posts and their hooks. He overlaid the tops of the posts and their bands with gold, but their five bases were bronze.
He overlaid it with pure gold inside and out and made a gold molding all around it.
He made poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
He overlaid it with pure gold and made a gold molding all around it.
He made the poles for carrying the table from acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
He overlaid it, its top, all around its sides, and its horns with pure gold. Then he made a gold molding all around it.
He made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
He made horns for it on its four corners; the horns were of one piece. Then he overlaid it with bronze.
Also, he made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with bronze.
With the remaining 44 pounds he made the hooks for the posts, overlaid their tops, and supplied bands for them.
He returned the 1,100 pieces of silver to his mother, and his mother said, “I personally consecrate the silver to the Lord for my son’s benefit to make a carved image overlaid with silver.”
So he returned the silver to his mother, and she took five pounds of silver and gave it to a silversmith. He made it into a carved image overlaid with silver, and it was in Micah’s house.
The five men who had gone to scout out the land of Laish told their brothers, “Did you know that there are an ephod, household gods, and a carved image overlaid with silver in these houses? Now think about what you should do.”
Then the five men who had gone to scout out the land went in and took the carved image overlaid with silver, the ephod, and the household idols, while the priest was standing by the entrance of the gate with the 600 men armed with weapons of war.
When they entered Micah’s house and took the carved image overlaid with silver, the ephod, and the household idols, the priest said to them, “What are you doing?”
he paneled the interior temple walls with cedar boards; from the temple floor to the surface of the ceiling he overlaid the interior with wood. He also overlaid the floor with cypress boards.
The interior of the sanctuary was 30 feet long, 30 feet wide, and 30 feet high; he overlaid it with pure gold. He also overlaid the cedar altar.
Next, Solomon overlaid the interior of the temple with pure gold, and he hung gold chains across the front of the inner sanctuary and overlaid it with gold.
He also overlaid the cherubim with gold.
He overlaid the temple floor with gold in both the inner and outer sanctuaries.
The two doors were made of olive wood. He carved cherubim, palm trees, and flower blossoms on them and overlaid them with gold, hammering gold over the cherubim and palm trees.
He carved cherubim, palm trees, and flower blossoms on them and overlaid them with gold applied evenly over the carving.
The king also made a large ivory throne and overlaid it with fine gold.
At that time Hezekiah stripped the gold from the doors of the Lord’s sanctuary and from the doorposts he had overlaid and gave it to the king of Assyria.
The portico, which was across the front extending across the width of the temple, was 30 feet wide; its height was 30 feet; he overlaid its inner surface with pure gold.
The larger room he paneled with cypress wood, overlaid with fine gold, and decorated with palm trees and chains.
He overlaid the temple—the beams, the thresholds, its walls and doors—with gold, and he carved cherubim on the walls.
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.
The weight of the nails was 20 ounces of gold, and he overlaid the ceiling with gold.
He made two cherubim of sculptured work, for the most holy place, and he overlaid them with gold.
He made the courtyard of the priests and the large court, and doors for the court. He overlaid the doors with bronze.
The king also made a large ivory throne and overlaid it with pure gold.
the thresholds, the beveled windows, and the balconies all around with their three levels opposite the threshold—were overlaid with wood on all sides. They were paneled from the ground to the windows (but the windows were covered),