76 occurrences

'Wide' in the Bible

"They are to make an ark of acacia wood, two and a half cubits long, one and a half cubits wide, and one and a half cubits high.

"You are to make a Mercy Seat of pure gold, two and a half cubits long and one and a half cubits wide.

"You are to make a table of acacia wood, two cubits long, a cubit wide, and one and a half cubits high.

Each board is to be ten cubits long and one and a half cubits wide.

"You are to make the altar of acacia wood. It is to be five cubits long and five cubits wide; the altar is to be a square, and it is to be three cubits high.

It is to be a square, one cubit long and one cubit wide, and it is to be two cubits high, with its horns of one piece with it.

Each board was ten cubits long, and one and a half cubits wide.

Bezalel made the ark of acacia wood two and a half cubits long, one and a half cubits wide, and one and a half cubits high.

He made a Mercy Seat of pure gold two and a half cubits long and one and a half cubits wide.

Then he made a table of acacia wood two cubits long, one cubit wide, and one and a half cubits high.

He made a rim one handbreadth wide around it, and made a gold molding around the rim.

He made the altar for burning incense of acacia wood, a square, one cubit long, one cubit wide, and two cubits high, with its horns of one piece with it.

Then he made the altar for burnt offerings of acacia wood. It was a square, five cubits long and five cubits wide, and it was three cubits high.

Only King Og of Bashan remained from the remnants of the Rephaim. In fact, his bed was made of iron. It's in Rabbah of the Ammonites, isn't it? It was nine cubits long and four cubits wide."

He brought me to a wide open area, rescuing me because he was pleased with me!

The Temple for the LORD that Solomon was building was 60 cubits long and 20 cubits wide.

The lower structures were five cubits wide, the middle structures were six cubits wide and the third structures were seven cubits wide. Offsets were placed all around the Temple so that beams would not protrude through the walls of the Temple.

The inner sanctuary was 20 cubits long, 20 cubits wide, and 20 cubits high, and overlaid with pure gold. The altar was also overlaid with cedar.

He built his own palace out of timber supplied from the forest of Lebanon. It was 100 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, 20 cubits tall, and was constructed on four rows of cedar pillars, with cedar beams interlocking the pillars.

There was also a hall of pillars 50 cubits long and 30 cubits wide, and a porch in front with pillars, and a canopy in front of the pillars.

Hiram also made ten bronze water carts. Each one was four cubits wide, four cubits long, and three cubits high.

The opening to each water cart inside the crown on top was one cubit wide, with engravings on the opening. The borders to the frames surrounding the opening were square, not round.

Solomon also constructed a bronze altar 20 cubits long, 20 cubits wide, and ten cubits high.

He also had various siege engines built by skilled designers and placed them on the towers and on the corner ramparts that could fire arrows and very large stones. His reputation spread far and wide, and he was marvelously assisted until he grew very strong.

People gaped at me with mouths wide open; they slap me in their scorn and gather together against me.

They open their mouth wide against me, claiming, "Yes! Yes! We saw him do it with our own eyes!"

There is the deep and wide sea, teeming with numberless creatures, living things small and great.

He will execute judgment against the nations, filling graves with corpses. He will utterly destroy leaders far and wide.

"It's the king of Assyria and all of his arrogance! He will rise over all of the river's channels and run over all of its banks. He will sweep on into Judah, overflowing as he passes through, like flood waters reaching up to a person's neck. His outstretched wings will flow as wide as your land, O Immanuel!"

which sends envoys by the sea, in papyrus boats over the water! Go, swift messengers, to a tall, smooth-skinned nation, to a people feared far and wide, a nation that metes out punishment and oppresses, whose land the rivers divide.

At that time tribute will be brought to the LORD of the Heavenly Armies from a tall and smooth-skinned people, from a people feared far and wide, a nation that metes out punishment and oppresses, whose land the rivers divide, to Mount Zion, the place that bears the name of the LORD.

For the Fire Pit has long been prepared; truly it is for the king; it will indeed be made ready. And its pyre will be deep and wide, with abundant fire and wood. Like a stream of burning sulfur, the breath of the LORD will set it ablaze.

"Enlarge the location of your tent, let the curtains of your dwellings be stretched wide, and don't hold back. Lengthen your cords; strengthen your stakes.

Whom are you mocking? And against whom do you make a wide mouth and stick out your tongue? Are you not children of transgression, the offspring of lies,

Behind the doors and the doorposts you have set up your pagan sign." For in deserting me you have uncovered your bed you have climbed up into it and have opened it wide. And you have made a pact for yourself with them; you have loved their bed, you have looked on their private parts.

"Son of Man, because Tyre has been saying about Jerusalem, "The international gateway is broken down! It's wide open to me! I will be replenished, now that it lies in ruins!'

Each guardhouse measured one reed long and one reed wide, and the distance between each guardhouse was five cubits. The threshold of the gate near the vestibule facing away from the Temple entrance measured one reed.

The retaining wall in front of the guardhouses measured one cubit wide. It stood one cubit from the wall to the guardhouses, which were six cubits square.

It was equipped with three guardhouses on each side. Its side pillars and porches had measurements identical to the first gate: 50 cubits long and 25 cubits wide.

Porches lay all around, measuring 25 cubits long and five cubits wide,

There were four tables carved from stone for the burnt offering, each one and a half cubits long, one and a half cubits wide, and one cubit high, on which the instruments are laid for slaughtering burnt offerings and sacrifices.

He measured the court in the form of a square at 100 cubits long and 100 cubits wide. The altar stood in front of the Temple.

The porch was 20 cubits long and eleven cubits wide. The stairway by which it was ascended was equipped with columns attached to its side pillars, one on each side.

Next he brought me to the Temple and measured its door jambs at six cubits wide on each side of the structure.

The entrance was ten cubits wide and its door jambs were five cubits wide on each side. He measured the length of the nave at 40 cubits and its width at 20 cubits.

Then he went inside and measured the door jambs at two cubits wide and the doorway at six cubits high. The doorway was seven cubits wide.

The building that faced the west side of the courtyard was 70 cubits wide, and the building's wall was five cubits thick all around. It was 90 cubits long.

It stood 100 cubits long and 50 cubits wide, with a door in the middle.

Opposite the 20 cubits wide inner court, and opposite the paved area that comprised the outer court, there were three stories of galleries that faced each other.

In front of the chambers there was an inner walkway ten cubits wide and 100 cubits wide, the openings to which were on the north.

He measured a wall that encompassed all four sides, 500 hundred long and 500 wide, dividing between the sacred and common areas.

"Here are the measurements of the altar in cubits that were a cubit and a handbreadth long: its base is a cubit long and a cubit wide, and its border around the edge at one handbreadth is to be the height of the altar.

The hearth is to be twelve cubits long and twelve cubits wide; that is, it will be a four-sided square.

It is to have a ledge fourteen cubits long by fourteen cubits wide around the four sides. Its border is to be half a cubit and its base is to be a cubit all around, with its steps facing east."

"When you divide the land for an inheritance, you are to present a Terumah to the LORD, a consecrated portion of the land 25,000 cubits long and 20,000 cubits wide. Everything within this area is to be treated as holy.

From this area a measure is to be made 25,000 cubits long and 10,000 cubits wide, which is to contain the sanctuary, the holiest of holy objects.

An area 25,000 cubits long by 10,000 cubits wide is to be set aside for use by the Levite servants of the Temple, 20 parcels for their residential properties.

The land allocation for the city is to be set at 5,000 cubits wide and 25,000 cubits long, adjacent to the sanctuary district, reserved for the entire house of Israel."

all of them the same size; that is, each was 40 cubits long and 30 cubits wide.

"Running along the border of the tribe of Judah from the eastern perimeter to the western perimeter you are to set apart the Terumah, 25,000 units wide, with its east-west length equal to one of the other apportionments, from the eastern perimeter to the western perimeter, with the Temple in the middle of it.

The Terumah that you are to give to the LORD is to be 25,000 units wide."

"The rest, 5,000 units wide and 25,000 units along its front, will serve as a common portion for use by the city for housing and open spaces, since the city is to be in its midst.

Some time later, king Nebuchadnezzar built a golden statue, making it 60 cubits high and six cubits wide. He set it up in the Dura Valley within the province of Babylon.

Look at your people they are women! Your borders stand wide open to your enemies, while fire consumes the bars of your gates."

And the angel asked me, "What do you see?" I answered him, "I'm looking at a flying scroll. It's 20 cubits long and ten cubits wide."

"Go in through the narrow gate, because the gate is wide and the road is spacious that leads to destruction, and many people are entering by it.

Besides all this, a wide chasm has been fixed between us, so that those who want to cross from this side to you cannot do so, nor can they cross from your side to us.'

When the jailer woke up and saw the prison doors wide open, he drew his sword and was about to kill himself, since he thought the prisoners had escaped.

Do us a favor I ask you as my children and open wide your hearts.

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אלמן 
'almon 
Usage: 1

אלמנה 
'almanah 
Usage: 54

אלמנוּת 
'almanuwth 
Usage: 4

חבר 
Cheber 
Usage: 7

מדּה 
Middah 
Usage: 55

פּשׂק 
Pasaq 
Usage: 2

פּתח 
Pathach 
Usage: 143

רחב 
Rachab 
Usage: 25

רחב 
Rochab 
Usage: 101

רחב 
Rachab 
Usage: 20

πλατύς 
Platus 
Usage: 0

χήρα 
Chera 
Usage: 18

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