- First Reference: Genesis 12:2
- Last Reference: Revelation 14:6
- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: Yes
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H1471 Used 102 times
- H249 Used 1 time
- H3816 Used 1 time
- H4480 Used 7 times
- H524 Used 1 time
- H5971 Used 2 times
- G1074 Used 1 time
- G1085 Used 2 times
- G1484 Used 27 times
- G246 Used 1 time
Isaiah 14:26-27; Jeremiah 5:29; Jeremiah 18:6-10; Jeremiah 25:12-33; Ezekiel 2:3-5; Ezekiel 39:23-24; Daniel 7:9-12; Daniel 9:3-16; Hosea 7:12; Joel 1:1-20; Amos 9:9; Zephaniah 3:6; Zephaniah 3:8
Psalms 9:17; Isaiah 60:12
Judges 21:2-4; 2 Chronicles 7:13-14; 2 Chronicles 19:74; Joel 2:12
Ezra 9:1-15; Nehemiah 1:4-11; Jeremiah 6:14; Jeremiah 8:11; Jeremiah 8:20-21; Jeremiah 9:1-2
Psalms 85:1-7; Lamentations 2:20-22; Lamentations 25:5; Daniel 9:3-21
Involved in sins of rulers
Genesis 20:4; Genesis 20:9; 2 Samuel 24:10-17; 1 Chronicles 21:7-17
Involved in sins of other individuals, as Achan
Joshua 7:1; Joshua 7:11-26
Job 34:29; Psalms 33:12; Psalms 89:15-18
Promises of peace to
Leviticus 26:6; 1 Kings 2:33; 2 Kings 20:19; 1 Chronicles 22:9; Psalms 29:11; Psalms 46:9; Psalms 72:3; Psalms 72:7; Psalms 128:6; Isaiah 2:4; Isaiah 14:4-7; Isaiah 60:17-18; Isaiah 65:25; Jeremiah 30:10; Jeremiah 50:34; Ezekiel 34:25-28; Hosea 2:18; Micah 4:3-4; Zech 1:11; Zech 3:10; Zech 8:4-5; Zech 9:10; Zech 14:11
Prayer for peace
Jeremiah 29:7; 1 Timothy 2:1-2
Peace given by God
Joshua 21:44; 1 Chronicles 22:18; 1 Chronicles 23:25; Psalms 147:13-14; Ecclesiastes 3:8; Isaiah 45:7
Instances of national peace
Joshua 14:15; Judges 3:11; Judges 3:30; 1 Kings 4:24-25
Government; King; Rulers
NATION, noun [to be born]
1. A body of people inhabiting the same country, or united under the same sovereign or government; as the English nation; the French nation It often happens that many nations are subject to one government; in which case, the word nation usually denotes a body of people speaking the same language, or a body that has formerly been under a distinct government, but has been conquered, or incorporated with a larger nation Thus the empire of Russia comprehends many nations, as did formerly the Roman and Persian empires. nation as its etymology imports, originally denoted a family or race of men descended from a common progenitor, like tribe, but by emigration, conquest and intermixture of men of different families, this distinction is in most countries lost.
2. A great number, by way of emphasis.
1. Pertaining to a nation; as national customs, dress or language.
2. Public; general; common to a nation; as a national calamity.
3. Attached or unduly attached to ones own country. The writer manifested much national prejudice. He was too national to be impartial.
NATIONALITY, noun National character; also, the quality of being national, or strongly attached to ones own nation.
NATIONALIZE, verb transitive To make national; to give to one the character and habits of a nation, or the peculiar attachments which belong to citizens of the same nation.
NATIONALLY, adverb In regard to the nation; as a whole nation.
The jews-bing nationally espoused to God by covenant.