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King James Dictionary
YOKE, n. G., L., Gr.
1. A piece of timber, hollowed or made curving near each end, and fitted with bows for receiving the necks of oxen by which means two are connected for drawing. From a ring or hook in the bow, a chain extends to the thing to be drawn, or to the yoke of another pair of oxen behind.
2. A mark of servitude slavery bondage.
Our country sinks beneath the yoke.
3. A chain a link a bond of connection as the yoke of marriage.
4. A couple a pair as a yoke of oxen.
My yoke is easy. Matthew 11 .
1. To put a yoke on to join in a yoke as, to yoke oxen, or a pair of oxen.
2. To couple to join with another.
Cassius, you are yoked with a lamb.
3. To enslave to bring into bondage.
4. To restrain to confine. Libertines like not to be yoked in marriage.
The words and promises that yoke the conqueror, are quickly broke.
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The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software.
Entry for 'Yoke'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/y/yoke.html.