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Websters dictionary 1828

 

Proverbs 1:3

Perceive

Webster Definition

Perceive
PERCE'IVE, v.t. [L. percipio; per and capio, to take.]

1. To have knowledge or receive impressions of external objects through the medium or instrumentality of the senses or bodily organs;

as, to perceive light or color; to perceive the cold or ice or the taste of honey.

2.
To know;
to understand;
to observe.

Till we ourselves
see it with our own eyes, and
perceive it by our own understanding,
we are in the dark.

3. To be affected by;
to receive impressions from.

The upper regions of the air perceive the collection of the matter of tempests before the air below.

Strong's Concordance

H995
בּין
bı̂yn
bene
A primitive root;

to separate mentally (or distinguish),
that is, (generally) understand: -