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Isaiah 25

Isa. 25:2 KJV (With Strong’s)

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For thou hast made
suwm (Hebrew #7760)
a primitive root; to put (used in a great variety of applications, literal, figurative, inferentially, and elliptically)
KJV usage: X any wise, appoint, bring, call (a name), care, cast in, change, charge, commit, consider, convey, determine, + disguise, dispose, do, get, give, heap up, hold, impute, lay (down, up), leave, look, make (out), mark, + name, X on, ordain, order, + paint, place, preserve, purpose, put (on), + regard, rehearse, reward, (cause to) set (on, up), shew, + stedfastly, take, X tell, + tread down, ((over-))turn, X wholly, work.
Pronounce: soom
Origin: or siym {seem}
of a city
`iyr (Hebrew #5892)
or ayar (Judges 10:4) {aw-yar'}; from 5782 a city (a place guarded by waking or a watch) in the widest sense (even of a mere encampment or post)
KJV usage: Ai (from margin), city, court (from margin), town.
Pronounce: eer
Origin: or (in the plural) par {awr}
an heap
gal (Hebrew #1530)
something rolled, i.e. a heap of stone or dung (plural ruins), by analogy, a spring of water (plural waves)
KJV usage: billow, heap, spring, wave.
Pronounce: gal
Origin: from 1556
; of a defenced
batsar (Hebrew #1219)
to clip off; specifically (as denominative from 1210) to gather grapes; also to be isolated (i.e. inaccessible by height or fortification)
KJV usage: cut off, (de-)fenced, fortify, (grape) gather(-er), mighty things, restrain, strong, wall (up), withhold.
Pronounce: baw-tsar'
Origin: a primitive root
city
qiryah (Hebrew #7151)
a city
KJV usage: city.
Pronounce: kir-yaw'
Origin: from 7136 in the sense of flooring, i.e. building
a ruin
mappalah (Hebrew #4654)
from 5307; something fallen, i.e. a ruin
KJV usage: ruin(-ous).
Pronounce: map-paw-law'
Origin: or mappelah {map-pay-law'}
o: a palace
'armown (Hebrew #759)
a citadel (from its height)
KJV usage: castle, palace. Compare 2038.
Pronounce: ar-mone'
Origin: from an unused root (meaning to be elevated)
of strangers
zuwr (Hebrew #2114)
to turn aside (especially for lodging); hence to be a foreigner, strange, profane; specifically (active participle) to commit adultery
KJV usage: (come from) another (man, place), fanner, go away, (e-)strange(-r, thing, woman).
Pronounce: zoor
Origin: a primitive root
to be no city
`iyr (Hebrew #5892)
or ayar (Judges 10:4) {aw-yar'}; from 5782 a city (a place guarded by waking or a watch) in the widest sense (even of a mere encampment or post)
KJV usage: Ai (from margin), city, court (from margin), town.
Pronounce: eer
Origin: or (in the plural) par {awr}
; it shall never
`owlam (Hebrew #5769)
from 5956; properly, concealed, i.e. the vanishing point; generally, time out of mind (past or future), i.e. (practically) eternity; frequentatively, adverbial (especially with prepositional prefix) always
KJV usage: alway(-s), ancient (time), any more, continuance, eternal, (for, (n-))ever(-lasting, -more, of old), lasting, long (time), (of) old (time), perpetual, at any time, (beginning of the) world (+ without end). Compare 5331, 5703.
Pronounce: o-lawm'
Origin: or lolam {o-lawm'}
be built
banah (Hebrew #1129)
to build (literally and figuratively)
KJV usage: (begin to) build(-er), obtain children, make, repair, set (up), X surely.
Pronounce: baw-naw'
Origin: a primitive root
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Isa. 25:12• 12And the fortress of the high fort of thy walls shall he bring down, lay low, and bring to the ground, even to the dust. (Isa. 25:12)
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Isa. 14:23• 23I will also make it a possession for the bittern, and pools of water: and I will sweep it with the besom of destruction, saith the Lord of hosts. (Isa. 14:23)
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Isa. 17:1• 1The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap. (Isa. 17:1)
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Isa. 21:9• 9And, behold, here cometh a chariot of men, with a couple of horsemen. And he answered and said, Babylon is fallen, is fallen; and all the graven images of her gods he hath broken unto the ground. (Isa. 21:9)
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Isa. 23:13• 13Behold the land of the Chaldeans; this people was not, till the Assyrian founded it for them that dwell in the wilderness: they set up the towers thereof, they raised up the palaces thereof; and he brought it to ruin. (Isa. 23:13)
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Deut. 13:16• 16And thou shalt gather all the spoil of it into the midst of the street thereof, and shalt burn with fire the city, and all the spoil thereof every whit, for the Lord thy God: and it shall be an heap for ever; it shall not be built again. (Deut. 13:16)
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Jer. 51:26• 26And they shall not take of thee a stone for a corner, nor a stone for foundations; but thou shalt be desolate for ever, saith the Lord. (Jer. 51:26)
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Nah. 3:12‑15• 12All thy strong holds shall be like fig trees with the firstripe figs: if they be shaken, they shall even fall into the mouth of the eater.
13Behold, thy people in the midst of thee are women: the gates of thy land shall be set wide open unto thine enemies: the fire shall devour thy bars.
14Draw thee waters for the siege, fortify thy strong holds: go into clay, and tread the mortar, make strong the brickkiln.
15There shall the fire devour thee; the sword shall cut thee off, it shall eat thee up like the cankerworm: make thyself many as the cankerworm, make thyself many as the locusts.
(Nah. 3:12‑15)
palace.

J. N. Darby Translation

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For thou hast made of the city a heap, of the fortified town a ruin, the palace of strangers to be no city; it shall never be built up.