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Websters dictionary 1828

 

Proverbs 1:4

learning

Webster Definition

Learning
LEARNING, ppr. lern'ing. Gaining knowledge by instruction or reading, by study, by experience or observation; acquiring skill by practice.

LEARNING, n. lern'ing.

1. The knowledge of principles or facts received by instruction or study;
acquired knowledge or ideas in any branch of science or literature;
erudition;
literature; science.
The Scaligers were men of great learning.

[This is the proper sense of the word.]

2. Knowledge acquired by experience, experiment or observation.

3. Skill in anything good or bad.

Strong's Concordance

H3948
לקח
leqach
leh'-kakh
From H3947; properly something received, that is, (mentally) instruction (whether on the part of the teacher or hearer); also (in an active and sinister sense) inveiglement: -

H3947
לקח
lâqach
law-kakh'
A primitive root; to take (in the widest variety of applications): -