Elephant! Elephant’s Biblical!


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Scriptures used on this page are taken from the Old King James Bible.

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6 For a nation is come up upon my land, strong, and without number, whose teeth are the teeth of a lion, and he hath the cheek teeth of a great lion. Joel 1:6

ù?ï she^n (say: shane’ ), From 8150 ù?ðï sha^nan (say: shaw-nan’ ), a tooth (as sharp); specifically (for 8143 ù?ðäá?éí shenhabbi^ym) ivory; a cliff: – crag, sharp, forefront, (a) tooth, ivory. See Strongs 8127

Elephants grind their food with their back teeth. 4459

îìú?òä malta^?a^h mal-taw-aw’ a grinder, back tooth: – great (tooth, teeth). Transposition for 4973 îúì?òä methalle?a^h meth-al-leh-aw’ a biter, a tooth: – (cheek, jaw) tooth, (cheek, great, jaw,) teeth, jaw (s). See Strongs 4459

Elephants have tusks.
Elephants have horns..7161..An elephants horns are tusks..8143..The horns tusks of an elephant are made of ivory..7161..1661..Revelation 18:12..An elephants ivory horns tusks are teeth..8127.. 8143..The tusks of an elephant are two front teeth..8127..An elephants ivory tusks are white. 8127 Ivory is white..8127..Teeth are white. 8127..An elephants ivory teethtusks are sharp. 8127

÷øï qeren keh’-ren From 7160 ÷øï qa^ran; a horn (as projecting); implicating a flask, cornet; resembling an elephant’s tooth (ivory), the peak (of a mountain), a ray (of light), a corner (of the altar), power: – horn, hill. See Strongs 7161

The teeth, horns, tusks of an elephant grow (shoot out).

Elephants push and gore with their teeth, horns tusks.

÷øï qa^ran kaw-ran’ primitive root; to (push, gore); used as denominative from 7161 ÷øï qa^ran, to shoot out horns; figuratively rays: – have horns, to (have, use) horns, shine. See Strongs 7160

ù?ðäá?éí shenhabbi^ym (say: shen-hab-beem’ ) From 8127 ù?ï she^n, plural of an alien word; possibly tooth of elephants, ivory tusk: – ivory (tusk), elephant’s tooth. See Strongs 8143

The teeth, horns tusks of an elephant are sharp.

ù?ï she^n (say: shane’), From 8150 ù?ðï sha^nan pronounced shaw-nan’ a tooth (as sharp); specifically (for 8143 ù?ðäá?éí shenhabbi^ym) ivory; a cliff: – crag, sharp, forefront, (a) tooth, ivory. See Strongs 8127

Horned animals Elephants dominate, war, dash, butt, plague, batter, beat, strike, smite, pound, push (forward & down) gore, stumble, hurt, inflict (disease), put to the worse, slay, defeat with their tusks.

Butt, push gore..3532..3806..8495..Butting..3733..5055..Vicious, wont to push..8495..Gore..push down.. 5055..5062..7160

ë?áù? kebes´keh-bes’ to dominate; a ram (of the age to butt): – (a he) lamb, sheep. See Strongs 3532

To Butt is to pound..ë?úù ka^thash kaw-thash’ Primitive root; to (butt, pound): – bray (in a mortar). See Strongs 3806

ú?éù? tayish tah’-yeesh From unused root: to butt; a (buck, he goat) (given to butting): – he goat. See Strongs 8495

Elephants use their horns as battering rams. Ezekiel 4:2..3733

The dominant male in a herd of elephants butts, batters, pounds, pushes and gores with its tusks. 3746 of 3733

ë?ø kar kar From 3769 ë?øø ka^rar in the sense of plumpness; a ram (as fat and full grown), also a battering ram (as butting); a meadow (as for sheep); a camel’s saddle or pad (as puffed out): – (a stout) ram, lamb, (large) pasture, captain, furniture. See also 3746 ë?øé ka^ri^ y. See Strongs 3733

Dominant bulls (male elephants) can be vicious.
ðâç na^gach naw-gakh’ Primitive root; to but with the horns; to war against: – gore, to push self (on, forward), push (down), pushing). See Strongs 5055.

5062 ðâó na^gaph naw-gaf’ Primitive root; to push, gore, stub (the toe), defeat, inflict (a disease): – plague, dash, strike, beat, to smite, smite (down), be (beaten, smitten, smitten down, slain), stumble, (be) put to the worse, hurt, slay, surely. See Strongs 5062 Ex 21:35

÷øï qa^ran kaw-ran’ primitive root; to (push, gore); used as denominative from 7161 ÷øï qa^ran, to shoot out horns; figuratively rays: – have horns, to (have, use) horns, shine. See Strongs 7160

Elephants have trunks.
The privy member of a male is called a pipe. 8212..Deuteronomy 23:1..A pipe is a tube..6804..Zechariah 4:12..If the privy member of a male is called a pipe (tube), then, the trunk of an elephant is a pipe (tube)..Pipes and tubes are hollow..8212..Liquids spout out of hollow places..6794..2 Samuel 5:8..Liquid is poured out of pipes (tubes)..6804..7324..Zechariah 4:12..Elephants use their trunks to suck up dust and water, and pour it out of their trunks..The tube, pipe (trunk) of an elephant is hollow.

Hebrew words.
ù?ôëä shophka^h shof-kaw’ Feminine of a derivative from 8210 ù?ôê sha^phak ; a pipe (for pouring forth, for example wine), the penis: – urethra, privy member. See Strongs 8212

öðú?øä tsanta^ra^h tsan-taw-raw’ Possibly from same as 6794 öð?å?ø tsinnu^r; a tube: – pipe, pipes, tubes. See Strongs 6804

öð?å?ø tsinnu^r tsin-noor’ From an unused root perhaps meaning to be hollow; a culvert: – gutter, water-spout. 6794 is a tube, pipe, see: 6804 and 6794

Animals Elephants have breasts.
Animals have breasts..7699

ù?ã ù?ã shad sho^d shad, shode Possibly from 7736 contracted; the breast of (a woman, an animal) as swelling 7736bulging: – breast, pap, teat. See 7699

Animals Elephants suckle their young with milk from their breasts.

òå?ì ?u^l ool Primitive root; to suckle, give milk: – milch, to give suck, (ewe, ewes) great with young. See Strongs 5763

îöõ ma^tsats maw-tsats’ Primitive root; to suck: – milk, (milk, suck) out, to wring. See Strongs 4711

Animals who feed their young milk from the breast are called mammals. Elephants are mammals. Mammals are warm blooded animals. Regardless of how hot or cold the weather is, the temperature of a warm blooded animal’s (an elephants) body remains the same.

Animals have ears.
17 He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears. Proverbs 26:17
Elephants have large ears..Elephants fan their bodies with their ears to cool down! Elephants have good hearing.

Some animals are large.
á?äîä behe^ma^h be-hay-maw’ From unused root (possibly meaning being mute); correctly a dumb beast; specifically any large animal or quadruped or (usually collectively): – behemoth, beast, cattle. See Strongs 929

Elephants are large.

Quadruped: Any animal with four legs, a four footed animal.

Elephants are large quadrupeds animals with four legs and four feet.

σανδα?λιον sandalion san-dal’-ee-on; a slipper or sole pad: – sandal. See: σα?νδαλον sandalon (a “sandal”; of uncertain origin). See Strongs 4547

An elephant’s foot is padded. Elephants walk on their toes on padded feet.

Elephants fold their legs.
øáõ ra^bats raw-bats’ Primitive root; to crouch (on all four legs folded, like a recumbent animal); to repose, recline, brood, imbed, lurk: – make a fold, crouch (down), fall down, sit, make to rest, (make to, cause to) lie (down), lay. See Strongs 7257

Elephants fold their four legs, and they crouch down upon the ground and lie in the dust, and they lie on their sides in water. Elephants love bathing themselves in dust and water.

Animals have tails.
15 Behold now behemoth, which I made with thee; he eateth grass as an ox.
16 Lo now, his strength is in his loins, and his force is in the navel of his belly.
17 He moveth his [2180] tail like a cedar: the sinews of his stones are wrapped together. Job 40:15-17

Elephants have tails. Elephants have tufted tails. Elephants flap and wag their tufted tails.

æðá za^na^b zaw-nawb’ From 2179 æðá za^nab (in the sense of flapping); the tail: – rear, tail. See Strongs 2180

æðá za^nab zaw-nab’ to wag; used from 2180 æðá za^na^b zaw-nawb’ to curtail, cut off the rear: – to smite the (tail, rear), smite the hindmost. See Strongs 2179

Animals have skin.
And thou shalt make a covering for the tent of rams’ [5785] skins dyed red, and a covering above of badgers’ [5785] skins. Exodus 26:14

òåø ?o^r ore From 5783 òå?ø ?u^r; skin (as naked); hide, leather: – skin, hide, leather. See Strongs 5785

Elephants have skin. The hide skin of an elephant is tough.

Animals mate & give birth to young.
Their bull [5674] gendereth, and faileth not; their cow [6403] calveth, and casteth not her calf. Job 21:10

ô?ìè pa^lat paw-lat’ Primitive root; to slip out, escape; causatively to deliver: – calve, (cause to) escape, to let escape, deliver, be delivered, deliverance, carry away safe. See Strongs 6403

Calves (baby elephants ) slip out of their mothers bodies.

Animals have minds with which they think, imagine and feel.
Elephants are clever and intelligent (have the power to reason and think..intellect 3820 2 Samuel 17:10)..Elephants are courageous, elephants have wills and feelings, and the hearts of elephants can be broken, elephants can be merry, and elephants have a form of understanding. 3820 2 Samuel 17:10..Elephants imagine things (meditate, ponder, think)! 1897 Isa 31:4..Elephants feel pleasure. 1897 Isa 31:4

Animals love and animals mourn.
Here is a scripture from the Holy Bible.
15 As a roaring lion, Proverbs 28:15 See also: Proverbs 19:12..Prov 20:2

Here is the scripture with Hebrew meanings before the words roaring
and lion.

15As a [ðäí na^ham naw-ham’ Primitive root; to growl: – troubled, to be disquieted, mourn, roar (-ing). See Strongs 5098] roaring [àøéä àøé ‘a ri^y
‘arye^h ar-ee’, ar-yay’ From 717 (in the sense of violence); a lion: – (young) lion, pierce (from the margin). See Strongs 738] lion, Proverbs 28:15

Elephants love, have feelings (mourn ). 5098

Animals play.
Young animals, elephants play. See: calf’s 5696 of Ezekiel 1:7

An elephants uses its trunk as a pipe, tube hose, a nose, an arm, a hand, with two fingers, and the elephant uses its trunk to touch, feel and smell.

8127 An elephants ivory tusks are sharp. 8127 An elephants tusks are teeth. 8143 An elephants ivory tusks are white. 8127 Ivory is white. 8127 Teeth are white.

The king’s throne was made of ivory and overlaid with gold. 1 Kings 10:18..2 Chronicles 9:17
Ahab made a house of ivory. 1 Kings 22:39 There were a lot of elephants upon the earth is the days of Ahab!
Houses of ivory. 1 Kings 22:39..Amos 3:15
Ivory overlaid with gems. S of S 5:14
Benches made of ivory. Ezekiel 27:6
Beds of ivory. Amos 6:4


Concordance words to be amended. NjRout 23rd November 2019


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