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Websters dictionary 1828

 

Proverbs 1:5

bitter (-ness, -ly)

 

Strongs Definition

H4751
מרה מר
mar mârâh
mar, maw-raw'
From H4843; bitter (literally or figuratively); also (as noun) bitterness, or (adverbially) bitterly: - + angry, bitter (-ly, -ness), chafed, discontented, X great, heavy.

H4843
מרר
mârar
maw-rar'
A primitive root; properly to trickle (see H4752); but used only as a denominative from H4751; to be (causatively make) bitter (literally or figuratively): - (be, be in, deal, have, make) bitter (-ly, -ness), be moved with choler, (be, have sorely, it) grieved (-eth), provoke, vex.

H4752
מר
mar
mar
From H4843 in its original sense of distillation; a drop: - drop.

H4843
מרר
mârar
maw-rar'
A primitive root; properly to trickle (see H4752); but used only as a denominative from H4751; to be (causatively make) bitter (literally or figuratively): -

H4751
מרה מר
mar mârâh
mar, maw-raw'
From H4843; bitter (literally or figuratively); also (as noun) bitterness, or (adverbially) bitterly: -

G4089
πικρός
pikros
pik-ros'
Perhaps from G4078 (through the idea of piercing); sharp (pungent), that is, acrid (literally or figuratively): - bitter.

G4078
πήγνυμι
pēgnumi
payg'-noo-mee
A prolonged form of a primary verb (which in its simpler form occurs only as an alternate in certain tenses); to fix (“peg”), that is, (specifically) to set up (a tent): -

 

Webster Definition

Bitter
BIT'TER, a.

1. Sharp, or biting to the taste; acrid; like wormwood.

2. Sharp; cruel; severe; as bitter enmity. Heb 1.

3. Sharp, as words, reproachful; sarcastic.

4. Sharp to the feeling; piercing; painful; that makes to smart; as a bitter cold day, or a bitter blast.

5. Painful to the mind; calamitous; poignant; as a bitter fate.

6. Afflicted; distressed.

The Egyptians made their lives bitter. Exo 1.

7. Hurtful; very sinful.

Is is an evil and bitter thing. Jer 2.

8. Mournful; distressing; expressive of misory; as a bitter complaint or lamentation. Job 23. Jer 6:31.

BIT'TER, n. A substance that is bitter. [See Bitter.]

BIT'TER, n. [See Bitts.] In marine language, a turn of the cable which is round the bitts.

Bitter-end, that part of a cable which is abaft the bitts, and therefore within board, when the ship rides at anchor.