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King James Bible Dictionary

 

Hebrew - English Dictionary

H3615 - Expired

Strong's No.:H3615

Hebrew:כָּלָה

Transliteration:kâlâh

Phonetic:kaw-law'

Word Origin:A primitive root

Bible Usage:{accomplish} {cease} consume ({away}) {determine} destroy ({utterly}) be (when . . . were) {done} (be an) end ({of}) {expire} (cause to) {fail} {faint} {finish} {fulfil} X-(idiom) {fully} X-(idiom) {have} leave ({off}) {long} bring to {pass} wholly {reap} make clean {riddance} {spend} quite take {away} waste.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to {end} whether intransitively (to {cease} be {finished} perish) or transitively (to {complete} {prepare } consume)


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. to accomplish, cease, consume, determine, end, fail, finish, be complete, be accomplished, be ended, be at an end, be finished, be spent

a. (Qal)

1. to be complete, be at an end

2. to be completed, be finished

3. to be accomplished, be fulfilled

4. to be determined, be plotted (bad sense)

5. to be spent, be used up

6. to waste away, be exhausted, fail

7. to come to an end, vanish, perish, be destroyed

b. (Piel)

1. to complete, bring to an end, finish

2. to complete (a period of time)

3. to finish (doing a thing)

4. to make an end, end

5. to accomplish, fulfil, bring to pass

6. to accomplish, determine (in thought)

7. to put an end to, cause to cease

8. to cause to fail, exhaust, use up, spend

9. to destroy, exterminate

c. (Pual) to be finished, be ended, be completed


Bible References:
Expired

Translation
Occurrences:
accomplish ( 5 )
accomplished ( 7 )
away ( 3 )
cease ( 1 )
ceaseth ( 1 )
consume ( 21 )
consumed ( 36 )
destroyed ( 1 )
destroyeth ( 1 )
determined ( 5 )
done ( 9 )
end ( 45 )
ended ( 7 )
expired ( 1 )
fail ( 13 )
failed ( 1 )
faileth ( 4 )
fainteth ( 2 )
finish ( 1 )
finished ( 18 )
Fulfil ( 1 )
fulfilled ( 2 )
fully ( 1 )
left ( 2 )
longed ( 1 )
off ( 1 )
pass ( 1 )
pluck ( 1 )
reap ( 1 )
riddance ( 1 )
spend ( 4 )
spent ( 4 )
up ( 1 )
utterly ( 1 )
waste ( 1 )
wasted ( 1 )
work ( 1 )

 

Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.