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King James Dictionary
EARLY, a. er'ly. Eng.ere.
1. In advance of something else prior in time forward as early fruit, that is, fruit that comes to maturity before other fruit early growth early manhood early old age or decrepitude, that is, premature old age. So an early spring an early harvest.
2. First being at the beginning as early dawn.
3. Being in good season as, the court met at an early hour.
EARLY, adv. er'ly. Soon in good season betimes as, rise early come early begin early to instill into children principles of piety.
Those who seek me early shall find me. Proverbs 8
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Entry for 'Early'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/e/early.html.