116 occurrences

'Wind' in the Bible

And God remembereth Noah, and every living thing, and all the cattle which are with him in the ark, and God causeth a wind to pass over the earth, and the waters subside,

and lo, seven ears, thin, and blasted with an east wind, are springing up after them;

and lo, seven ears, withered, thin, blasted with an east wind, are springing up after them;

and the seven thin and bad kine which are coming up after them are seven years, and the seven empty ears, blasted with an east wind, are seven years of famine;

And Moses stretcheth out his rod against the land of Egypt, and Jehovah hath led an east wind over the land all that day, and all the night; the morning hath been, and the east wind hath lifted up the locust.

and Jehovah turneth a very strong sea wind, and it lifteth up the locust, and bloweth it into the Red Sea -- there hath not been left one locust in all the border of Egypt;

And Moses stretcheth out his hand towards the sea, and Jehovah causeth the sea to go on by a strong east wind all the night, and maketh the sea become dry ground, and the waters are cleaved,

Thou hast blown with Thy wind The sea hath covered them; They sank as lead in mighty waters.

And He rideth on a cherub, and doth fly, And is seen on the wings of the wind.

And it cometh to pass, in the meantime, that the heavens have become black -- thick clouds and wind -- and the shower is great; and Ahab rideth, and goeth to Jezreel,

And He saith, 'Go out, and thou hast stood in the mount before Jehovah.' And lo, Jehovah is passing by, and a wind -- great and strong -- is rending mountains, and shivering rocks before Jehovah: -- not in the wind is Jehovah; and after the wind a shaking: -- not in the shaking is Jehovah;

for thus said Jehovah, Ye do not see wind, nor do ye see rain, and that valley is full of water, and ye have drunk -- ye, and your cattle, and your beasts.

And lo, a great wind hath come from over the wilderness, and striketh against the four corners of the house, and it falleth on the young men, and they are dead, and I am escaped -- only I alone -- to declare it to thee.'

For reproof -- do you reckon words? And for wind -- sayings of the desperate.

Till when dost thou speak these things? And a strong wind -- sayings of thy mouth?

Doth a wise man answer with vain knowledge? And fill with an east wind his belly?

Is there an end to words of wind? Or what doth embolden thee that thou answerest?

They are as straw before wind, And as chaff a hurricane hath stolen away,

Take him up doth an east wind, and he goeth, And it frighteneth him from his place,

To make for the wind a weight, And the waters He meted out in measure.

He hath turned against me terrors, It pursueth as the wind mine abundance, And as a thick cloud, Hath my safety passed away.

Thou dost lift me up, On the wind Thou dost cause me to ride, And Thou meltest -- Thou levellest me.

And now, they have not seen the light, Bright it is in the clouds, And the wind hath passed by and cleanseth them.

Where is this, the way light is apportioned? It scattereth an east wind over the earth.

He poureth on the wicked snares, fire, and brimstone, And a horrible wind is the portion of their cup.

And I beat them as dust before wind, As mire of the streets I empty them out.

They are as chaff before wind, And a messenger of Jehovah driving away.

By an east wind Thou shiverest ships of Tarshish.

I hasten escape for myself, From a rushing wind, from a whirlwind.

He causeth an east wind to journey in the heavens, And leadeth by His strength a south wind,

O my God, make them as a rolling thing, As stubble before wind.

For a wind hath passed over it, and it is not, And its place doth not discern it any more.

Who is laying the beam of His upper chambers in the waters, Who is making thick clouds His chariot, Who is walking on wings of wind,

Causing vapours to ascend from the end of the earth, Lightnings for the rain He hath made, Bringing forth wind from His treasures.

He sendeth forth His word and melteth them, He causeth His wind to blow -- the waters flow.

Whoso is troubling his own house inheriteth wind, And a servant is the fool to the wise of heart.

Whoso is hiding her hath hidden the wind, And the ointment of his right hand calleth out.

Who went up to heaven, and cometh down? Who hath gathered the wind in his fists? Who hath bound waters in a garment? Who established all ends of the earth? What is His name? and what His son's name? Surely thou knowest!

Going unto the south, and turning round unto the north, turning round, turning round, the wind is going, and by its circuits the wind hath returned.

And this also is a painful evil, just as he came, so he goeth, and what advantage is to him who laboureth for wind?

Whoso is observing the wind soweth not, And whoso is looking on the thick clouds reapeth not.

Awake, O north wind, and come, O south, Cause my garden to breathe forth, its spices let flow, Let my beloved come to his garden, And eat its pleasant fruits!

And it is declared to the house of David, saying, 'Aram hath been led towards Ephraim,' And his heart and the heart of his people is moved, like the moving of trees of a forest by the presence of wind.

And Jehovah hath devoted to destruction The tongue of the sea of Egypt, And hath waved His hand over the river, In the terror of his wind, And hath smitten it at the seven streams, And hath caused men to tread it with shoes.

Nations as the wasting of many waters are wasted, And He hath pushed against it, And it hath fled afar off, And been pursued as chaff of hills before wind, And as a rolling thing before a hurricane.

We have conceived, we have been pained. We have brought forth as it were wind, Salvation we do not work in the earth, Nor do the inhabitants of the world fall.

In measure, in sending it forth, thou strivest with it, He hath taken away by His sharp wind, In the day of an east wind,

And each hath been as a hiding-place from wind, And as a secret hiding-place from inundation, As rivulets of waters in a dry place, As a shadow of a heavy rock in a weary land.

Thou winnowest them, and a wind lifteth them up, And a whirlwind scattereth them, And thou -- thou rejoicest in Jehovah, In the Holy One of Israel dost boast thyself.

Lo, all of them are vanity, Nought are their works, Wind and emptiness their molten images!'

When thou criest, let thy gatherings deliver thee, And all of them carry away doth wind, Take away doth vanity, And whoso is trusting in Me inheriteth the land, And doth possess My holy mountain.

A wild ass accustomed to a wilderness, In the desire of her soul she hath swallowed up wind, Her meeting -- who doth turn her back? None seeking her do weary themselves, In her month they find her.

At that time it is said of this people, And of Jerusalem: 'A dry wind of high places in the wilderness,' The way of the daughter of My people, (Not for winnowing, nor for cleansing,)

A full wind from these doth come for Me, Now, also, I speak judgments with them.

And the prophets become wind, And the word is not in them,' -- thus it is done by them.

At the voice He giveth forth, A multitude of waters is in the heavens, And He causeth vapours to come up from the end of the earth, Lightnings for rain He hath made, And bringeth out wind from His treasures.

And I scatter them as stubble, Passing away, by a wind of the wilderness.

And wild asses have stood on high places, They have swallowed up wind like dragons, Consumed have been their eyes, for there is no herb.

As an east wind I scatter them before an enemy, The neck, and not the face, I shew them, In the day of their calamity.'

All thy friends consume doth wind, And thy lovers into captivity do go, Surely then thou art ashamed, And hast blushed for all thy wickedness.

And their camels have been for a prey, And the multitude of their cattle for a spoil, And I have scattered them to every wind, Who cut off the corner of the beard, And from all its passages I bring in their calamity, An affirmation of Jehovah.

Thus said Jehovah: Lo, I am stirring up against Babylon, And the inhabitants of Leb -- My withstanders, A destroying wind,

At the voice He giveth forth, A multitude of waters are in the heavens, And He causeth vapours to come up from the end of the earth, Lightnings for rain He hath made, And He bringeth out wind from His treasures.

And I look, and lo, a tempestuous wind is coming from the north, a great cloud, and fire catching itself, and brightness to it round about, and out of its midst as the colour of copper, out of the midst of the fire.

A third part with fire thou dost burn in the midst of the city, at the fulness of the days of the siege; and thou hast taken the third part, thou dost smite with a weapon round about it; and the third part thou dost scatter to the wind, and a weapon I draw out after them.

Therefore fathers do eat sons in thy midst, And sons eat their fathers, And I have done in thee judgments, And have scattered all thy remnant to every wind.

Thy third part -- by pestilence they die, And by famine are consumed in thy midst, And the third part, by sword they fall round about thee, And the third part, to every wind I scatter, And a sword I draw out after them.

'And all who are round about him to help him, and all his bands, I do scatter to every wind, and a sword I draw out after them.

Say to those daubing with chalk -- It falleth, There hath been an overflowing shower, And ye, O hailstones, do fall, And a tempestuous wind doth rend,

Therefore, thus said the Lord Jehovah: I have rent with a tempestuous wind in My fury, And an overflowing shower is in Mine anger, And hailstones in My fury -- to consume.

And lo, the planted thing -- doth it prosper? When come against it doth the east wind, Doth it not utterly wither? On the furrows of its springing it withereth.'

And all his fugitives, with all his bands, By sword do fall, and those remaining, To every wind they are spread out, And ye have known that I, Jehovah, have spoken.

And it is plucked up in fury, To the earth it hath been cast, And the east wind hath dried up its fruit, Broken and withered hath been the rod of its strength, Fire hath consumed it.

Into great waters have they brought thee, Those rowing thee, The east wind hath broken thee in the heart of the seas.

then broken small together have been the iron, the clay, the brass, the silver, and the gold, and they have been as chaff from the summer threshing-floor, and carried them away hath the wind, and no place hath been found for them: and the stone that smote the image hath become a great mountain, and hath filled all the land.

Distressed her hath wind with its wings, And they are ashamed of their sacrifices!

For wind they sow, and a hurricane they reap, Stalk it hath none -- a shoot not yielding grain, If so be it yield -- strangers do swallow it up.

Ephraim is enjoying wind, And is pursuing an east wind, All the day lying and spoiling he multiplieth, And a covenant with Asshur they make, And oil to Egypt is carried.

Though he among brethren produceth fruit, Come in doth an east wind, a wind of Jehovah, From a wilderness it is coming up, And it drieth up his fountain, And become dry doth his spring, It -- it spoileth a treasure -- every desirable vessel.

For, lo, the former of mountains, and creator of wind, And the declarer to man what is His thought, He is making dawn obscurity, And is treading on high places of earth, Jehovah, God of Hosts, is His name!

And Jehovah hath cast a great wind on the sea, and there is a great tempest in the sea, and the ship hath reckoned to be broken;

And it cometh to pass, about the rising of the sun, that God appointeth a cutting east wind, and the sun smiteth on the head of Jonah, and he wrappeth himself up, and asketh his soul to die, and saith, 'Better is my death than my life.'

If one is going with the wind, And with falsehood hath lied: 'I prophesy to thee of wine, and of strong drink,' He hath been the prophet of this people!

Wholly for violence it doth come in, Their faces swallowing up the east wind, And it doth gather as the sand a captivity.

And I lift up mine eyes, and see, and lo, two women are coming forth, and wind in their wings; and they have wings like wings of the stork, and they lift up the ephah between the earth and the heavens.

And as they are going, Jesus began to say to the multitudes concerning John, 'What went ye out to the wilderness to view? -- a reed shaken by the wind?

and the boat was now in the midst of the sea, distressed by the waves, for the wind was contrary.

but seeing the wind vehement, he was afraid, and having begun to sink, he cried out, saying, 'Sir, save me.'

And there cometh a great storm of wind, and the waves were beating on the boat, so that it is now being filled,

And having waked up, he rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, 'Peace, be stilled;' and the wind did lull, and there was a great calm:

and they feared a great fear, and said one to another, 'Who, then, is this, that even the wind and the sea do obey him?'

and he saw them harassed in the rowing, for the wind was against them, and about the fourth watch of the night he doth come to them walking on the sea, and wished to pass by them.

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Root Form
Definition
Usage
ארבּה 
'arubbah 
Usage: 9

חלּון 
Challown 
Usage: 31

כּו 
Kav (Aramaic) 
Usage: 1

לוּל 
Luwl 
Usage: 1

מוּסב 
Muwcab 
Usage: 1

צהר 
Tsohar 
Usage: 24

צפן צפון 
Tsaphown 
Usage: 153

קדם קדים 
Qadiym 
Usage: 69

רוּח 
Ruwach 
Usage: 378

רוּח 
Ruwach (Aramaic) 
Usage: 11

שׁמשׁ 
Shemesh 
Usage: 134

שׁקף 
Sheqeph 
Usage: 1

שׁקף 
Shaquph 
Usage: 2

תּמן תּימן 
Teyman 
Usage: 23

ἀνεμίζω 
Anemizo 
driven with the wind
Usage: 1

ἄνεμος 
Anemos 
Usage: 25

δέω 
Deo 
bind , tie , knit , be in bonds , wind
Usage: 32

θυρίς 
Thuris 
Usage: 2

νότος 
Notos 
Usage: 3

πνέω 
Pneo 
Usage: 3

πνοή 
Pnoe 
Usage: 2

συστέλλω 
Sustello 
wind up , short
Usage: 2