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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #2490 - חָלַל

Transliteration
châlal
Phonetics
khaw-lal'
Origin
a primitive root [compare (H2470)]
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
660,661
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to profane, defile, pollute, desecrate, begin

1a) (Niphal)

1a1) to profane oneself, defile oneself, pollute oneself

1a1a) ritually

1a1b) sexually

1a2) to be polluted, be defiled

1b) (Piel)

1b1) to profane, make common, defile, pollute

1b2) to violate the honour of, dishonour

1b3) to violate (a covenant)

1b4) to treat as common

1c) (Pual) to profane (name of God)

1d) (Hiphil)

1d1) to let be profaned

1d2) to begin

1e) (Hophal) to be begun

2) to wound (fatally), bore through, pierce, bore

2a) (Qal) to pierce

2b) (Pual) to be slain

2c) (Poel) to wound, pierce

2d) (Poal) to be wounded

3) (Piel) to play the flute or pipe

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2348 ‑ θνῄσκω (thnay'‑sko);  2872 ‑ κοπιάω (kop‑ee‑ah'‑o);  3498 ‑ νεκρός (nek‑ros');  5015 ‑ ταράσσω (tar‑as'‑so);  5134 ‑ τραῦμα (trow'‑mah);  757 ‑ ἄρχω (ar'‑kho);  1728 ‑ ἐνάρχομαι (en‑ar'‑khom‑ahee);  2064 ‑ ἔρχομαι (er'‑khom‑ahee);  1679 ‑ ἐλπίζω (el‑pid'‑zo);  3392 ‑ μιαίνω (me‑ah'ee‑no);  4766 ‑ στρωννύω (strone'‑noo‑mee);  305 ‑ ἀναβαίνω (an‑ab‑ah'ee‑no);  3886 ‑ παραλύω (par‑al‑oo'‑o);  5166 ‑ τρυγάω (troo‑gah'‑o);  5135 ‑ τραυματίζω (trow‑mat‑id'‑zo);  2289 ‑ θανατόω (than‑at‑o'‑o);  953 ‑ βεβηλόω (beb‑ay‑lo'‑o);  
Frequency Lists  
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KJV (141)
Genesis
8
Exodus
2
Leviticus
16
Numbers
5
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
1
Judges
8
1 Samuel
4
1 Kings
1
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
11
Ezra
2
Nehemiah
3
Esther
2
Psalms
7
Isaiah
8
Jeremiah
4
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
35
Daniel
1
Hosea
1
Amos
1
Jonah
1
Zephaniah
1
Malachi
3
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HCS (138)
Genesis
8
Exodus
2
Leviticus
16
Numbers
5
Deuteronomy
9
Joshua
1
Judges
7
1 Samuel
4
1 Kings
1
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
11
Ezra
2
Nehemiah
2
Esther
2
Job
1
Psalms
6
Proverbs
1
Isaiah
8
Jeremiah
3
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
35
Daniel
1
Hosea
1
Amos
1
Jonah
1
Zephaniah
1
Malachi
3
BSB (148)
Genesis
13
Exodus
2
Leviticus
16
Numbers
5
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
1
Judges
8
1 Samuel
4
1 Kings
1
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
4
2 Chronicles
11
Ezra
2
Nehemiah
3
Esther
2
Job
1
Psalms
7
Isaiah
8
Jeremiah
4
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
35
Daniel
1
Hosea
1
Amos
1
Jonah
1
Zephaniah
1
Malachi
3
ESV (138)
Genesis
8
Leviticus
16
Numbers
5
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
1
Judges
8
1 Samuel
4
1 Kings
1
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
11
Ezra
2
Nehemiah
3
Esther
2
Job
1
Psalms
7
Isaiah
8
Jeremiah
4
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
33
Daniel
1
Hosea
1
Amos
1
Jonah
1
Zephaniah
1
Malachi
3
WEB (144)
Genesis
10
Exodus
2
Leviticus
17
Numbers
5
Deuteronomy
10
Joshua
1
Judges
8
1 Samuel
4
1 Kings
1
2 Kings
2
1 Chronicles
3
2 Chronicles
11
Ezra
2
Nehemiah
3
Esther
2
Psalms
7
Isaiah
8
Jeremiah
4
Lamentations
1
Ezekiel
35
Daniel
1
Hosea
1
Amos
1
Jonah
1
Zephaniah
1
Malachi
3
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1173) lh (ההל HhL) AC: Bore CO: Hole AB: Pain: A hole is drilled with a tool called a bow drill. The string of the bow is wrapped around the drill. By moving the bow back and forth, and firmly pressing down, the drill spins around drilling the hole. (eng: hole; hollow)

A) lh (ההל HhL) AC: Bore CO: Hole AB: Pain: Anything that is bored through, perforated or drilled.

Nm) lh (ההל HhL) - Common: A place, person or thing that is not set apart for a specific function. [Unknown connection to root;] KJV (7): profane, common, unholy - Strongs: H2455 (חֹל)

Nf1) elh (ההלה HhLH) - Cake: As perforated. KJV (14): cake - Strongs: H2471 (חַלָּה)

fm) ilh (ההלי HhLY) - Earring: An ornament that is put through a hole. KJV (24): ornament, jewel - Strongs: H2483 (חֳלִי)

ff1) eilh (ההליה HhLYH) - Earring: An ornament that is put through a hole. KJV (1): jewel - Strongs: H2484 (חֶלְיָה)

if1) elht (תההלה THhLH) - Begin: The spot to be drilled is first scored to make an indentation to accept the drill and the beginning of the drilling is the most difficult as the drill can easily slip out. KJV (22): beginning, first, begin - Strongs: H8462 (תְּחִלָּה)

jm/f) nflh (ההלונ HhLWN) - Window: A hole in the wall. KJV (31): window - Strongs: H2474 (חַלּוֹן)

kf1) elhm (מההלה MHhLH) - Cave: A place with a hole in the ground or rock. KJV (1): cave - Strongs: H4247 (מְחִלָּה)

lf1) elhlh (ההלההלה HhLHhLH) - Pain: As from a piercing sword. KJV (4): pain - Strongs: H2479 (חַלְחָלָה)

afm) ilhm (מההלי MHhLY) - Pain: As from a piercing sword. KJV (1): disease - Strongs: H4251 (מַחְלֻיִים)

B) llh (ההלל HhLL) AC: Bore CO: Flue AB: ?: Anything that is bored through, perforated or drilled.

V) llh (ההלל HhLL) - I. Pierce: II. Begin:The spot to be drilled is first scored to make an indentation to accept the drill and the beginning of the drilling is the most difficult as the drill can easily slip out. III. Common:To make something common that is meant to be set apart for a special function. [Unknown connection to root;] KJV (141): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pual, Piel) begin, profane, pollute, defile, break, wound, eat, slay - Strongs: H2490 (חָלַל)

Nm) llh (ההלל HhLL) - Pierced: KJV (94): slay, wound, profane, kill - Strongs: H2491 (חָלָל)

bm) lilh (ההליל HhLYL) - Flute: An instrument with drilled holes. KJV (6): pipe - Strongs: H2485 (חָלִיל)

bf1) elilh (ההלילה HhLYLH) - Far be it: [Unknown connection to root;] KJV (21): god forbid, far be it, lord forbid - Strongs: H2486 (חָלִלָה)

E) alh (ההלא HhLA) AC: Sick CO: Disease AB: ?: A spinning or piercing pain.

V) alh (ההלא HhLA) - Diseased: KJV (1): (vf: Paal) diseased - Strongs: H2456 (חָלָא)

Nf1) ealh (ההלאה HhLAH) - Rust: A metal pitted from oxidation. KJV (5): scum - Strongs: H2457 (חֶלְאָה)

idm) aflht (תההלוא THhLWA) - Sick: KJV (5): disease, sick, sickness, grievous - Strongs: H8463 (תַּחֲלֻא)

H) elh (ההלה HhLH) AC: Sick CO: Disease AB: ?: A spinning or piercing pain.

V) elh (ההלה HhLH) - I. Sick: II. Beseech:To request intervention from a sickness or other trouble. KJV (75): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Hophal, Pual, Piel) sick, beseech, weak, grievous, diseased, wounded, pray, intreat, grief, grieved, sore, pain, infirmity - Strongs: H2470 (חָלָה)

am) elhm (מההלה MHhLH) - Disease: KJV (6): sickness, disease, infirmity - Strongs: H4245 (מַחֲלֶה)

fm) ilh (ההלי HhLY) - Sickness: A piercing pain. KJV (2): sickness, disease, grief, sick - Strongs: H2481 (חֲלִי)

J) lfh (ההול HhWL) AC: Twist CO: Dance AB: ?: To twist and spin around from joy or pain as the drill.

V) lfh (ההול HhWL) - Twist: A twisting in pain or joy. [df: lyx] KJV (62): (vf: Paal, Hophal, Participle) pain, formed, bring forth, tremble, travail, dance, calve, grieve, wound, shake - Strongs: H2342 (חוּל)

Nm ) lfh (ההול HhWL) - Sand: Sand is used as an abrasive ingredient for drilling by placing it in the hole being drilled. KJV (23): sand - Strongs: H2344 (חוֹל)

am) lfhm (מההול MHhWL) - Dance: KJV (6): dance - Strongs: H4234 (מָחוֹל)

kf1) elfhm (מההולה MHhWLH) - Dance: KJV (8): dance, company - Strongs: H4246 (מְחֹלָה)

M) lih (ההיל HhYL) AC: ? CO: Wall AB: ?: Bores through the enemy by strongly pressing in.

Nm) lih (ההיל HhYL) - I. Wall:What is bored through by the enemy to enter a city. II. Army:What bores through the wall. [Hebrew and Aramaic] III. Pain:A spinning or piercing pain. IV. Power:The strength and wealth of a person or army. KJV (267): wall, rampart, host, trench, poor, bulwark, army, pain, pang, sorrow, man of valour, host, force, valiant, strength, wealth, power, substance, might, strong - Strongs: H2426 (חֵל), H2427 (חִילָה), H2428 (חַיִל), H2429 (חַיִל)

Nf1) elih (ההילה HhYLH) - Wall: What is bored through by the enemy to enter a city. KJV (1): bulwark - Strongs: H2430 (חֵילָה)

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

חָלַל

(1)  to perforate, pierce through (Arab. خَلَّ Conj. I. and V.), and intrans. to be pierced through, or wounded, Psalms 109:22. Hence הָלָל, חָלִיל, חַלָּה, חַלּוֹן, מְחִלָּה. Compare Piel and Poel.

(2) to loose, to lay open. (Arab. حَلَّ, nearly allied are the Gr. χαλάω, λύω). Comp. Piel, Hiphil.

[“(3) denom. from חָלִיל to play on a flute or pipe (see Piel No. 5), Psalms 87:7.”]

Piel

(1) to wound, Ezekiel 28:9.

(2) to loose, to dissolve, to break (a covenant), Psalms 55:21, 89:35.

(3) to lay open, to give access to [“to profane, from the idea of opening”], hence

(a) חִלֵּל הַבַּת Leviticus 19:29, to prostitute one’s daughter, comp. Leviticus 21:7, 14 Leviticus 21:14.

(b) to profane, as the sanctuary (things counted holy not being open to public access), Leviticus 19:8, 21:9, seq.; Malachi 2:11 the sabbath, Exodus 31:14 the name of God, Ezekiel 36:22; Malachi 1:12 the priests, Isaiah 43:28 a father’s bed (by incest), Genesis 49:4.-Used with a pregnant signification, Psalms 89:40, חִלַּלְתָּ לָאָרֶץ נִזְרוֹ “thou hast profaned his crown (by casting it) to the ground,” comp. Psalms 74:7; Ezekiel 28:16. חִלֵּל הַבֶּרֶם to apply a vineyard to common uses (as having been [for the first three years] sacred or dedicated, Leviticus 19:23), i.e. to apply its produce to one’s own use, Deuteronomy 20:6, 28:30 Jeremiah 31:5 hence חֹל, חָלִילָה.

(4) to cast down, to destroy, like the Gr. λύειν. Isaiah 23:9.

(5) denom. from חָלִיל, to play on a pipe or flute [see Kal No. 3], 1 Kings 1:40.

Pual pass. of Pi. No. 1, Ezekiel 32:26 pass. of No. 3. b, Ezekiel 36:23.

Poal חוֹלֵל to wound, to pierce through. Isaiah 51:9, מְחוֹלֶלֶת תַּנִּין “who pierced through the dragon” (meaning Egypt). Pass. מְחוֹלָל wounded, Isaiah 53:5. LXX. ἐτραυματίσθη.

Niphal נִחַל (for נָחַל) inf. הֵחֵל (like הִמֵּס) fut. יֵחַל, תֵּחֵל pass. of Piel No. 3. b, to be profaned, to be defiled, Ezekiel 7:24, 20:9 14:22 Leviticus 21:4.

Hiphil הֵחֵל

(1) to loose, to set free. Hosea 8:10, וַיָּחֵלּוּ מְעַט מִמַּשָּׂא מֶלֶךְ “and they (the hostile nations) shall presently force them from the burden (i.e. the unpleasant dominion) of the king.”

(2) to break one’s word, Numbers 30:3.

(3) i.q. Piel No. 3, b, to profane, Ezekiel 39:7.

(4) to begin, of which the idea is derived from that of opening, like many synonymous words, e. g. פתח Arab. to open, to begin. Syr. ܫܪܐ to loose, to open, to begin. German eröffnen. It stands with an inf. followed by לְ Genesis 10:8 without לְ Deuteronomy 2:25, 31 1 Samuel 3:2 rarely followed by a finite verb, as Deuteronomy 2:24, הָחֵל רָשׁ. 1 Samuel 3:12, הָחֵל וְבַלֵּה “in beginning and finishing,” i.e. from the beginning to the end. Genesis 9:20, וַיָּחֶל נֹחַ אִישׁ הָאֲדָמָה “and Noah began (to be) a husbandman.”

Hophal, pass. to be begun, Genesis 4:26.

The derivative nouns are חֹל, חַלָּה, חָלִיל, חַלּוֹן, מְחִלָּה, תְּחִלְּה, and

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אֲחַלֵּ֥ל אַחֵ֥ל אָחֵל֙ אחל אחלל הֵחֵ֔ל הֵחֵ֕ל הֵחֵ֕לּוּ הֵחֵ֖לּוּ הֵחֵ֛ל הֵחֵ֛לָּה הֵחֵ֡לּוּ הֵחֵ֣ל הֵחֵ֣לּוּ הֵחֵ֣ל ׀ הֵחֵ֤ל הֵחֵ֥ל הֵחֵ֥לּוּ הֵחֵ֨לּוּ הֵחֵל֙ הֵחֵל֩ הַֽחִלֹּ֙תִי֙ הַֽחִלּ֙וֹתָ֙ הַֽמְחֻלָּל֙ הַחִלָּ֣ם הַחִלֹּ֛תִי הַחִלּ֨וֹתָ הָחֵ֖ל הָחֵ֣ל הוּחַ֔ל הוחל החל החלה החלו החלות החלם החלתי המחלל וְחִלְּל֖וּ וְחִלְּל֞וּ וְחִלְּלֽוּהָ׃ וְחִלֵּֽלוּ׃ וְחִלַּלְתָּ֛ וְחִלְּלֽוּהוּ׃ וְנִחֲל֖וּ וְנִחַ֥לְתְּ וַ֠יָּחֵלּוּ וַ֠יָּחֶל וַֽיְחַלְּל֖וּ וַאֲחַלֵּ֖ל וַיְחַלְּל֣וּ וַיָּ֣חֶל וַיָּ֤חֶל וַיָּ֥חֶל וַיָּ֧חֶל וַיָּחֵ֙לּוּ֙ וַיָּחֵ֡לּוּ וַיָּחֵ֣לּוּ וַתְּחִלֶּ֜ינָה וַתְּחַֽלְלֶֽהָ׃ וַתְּחַלְּל֣וּ וַתְּחַלֶּלְ֨נָה וַתָּ֙חֶל֙ וָאֵחַ֖ל וָאֶחַלֶּלְךָ֩ וּֽבְחַלְּלוֹ֙ וּֽמְחַלְּלִ֖ים וּלְחַלֵּ֖ל ואחל ואחלל ואחללך ובחללו וחללו וחללו׃ וחללוה׃ וחללוהו׃ וחללת ויחל ויחלו ויחללו ולחלל ומחללים ונחלו ונחלת ותחל ותחלינה ותחללה׃ ותחללו ותחללנה חִלְּל֔וֹ חִלְּל֙וּהוּ֙ חִלְּל֣וּ חִלְּל֥וּ חִלְּלוּ־ חִלֵּ֑ל חִלֵּ֑לוּ חִלֵּ֣ל חִלֵּ֥ל חִלֵּֽלוּ׃ חִלַּ֖לְתָּ חִלַּ֙לְתִּי֙ חִלַּלְתֶּ֔ם חִלַּלְתֶּ֖ם חִלָּֽלְתְּ׃ חַלְּלָ֣ם חַלֵּ֖ל חָלַ֥ל חָלָ֑ל חֹֽלֲלָ֥ה חלל חללה חללו חללו־ חללו׃ חללוהו חללם חללת חללת׃ חללתי חללתם יְחַלְּל֔וּ יְחַלְּל֖וּ יְחַלְּלֶֽנּוּ׃ יְחַלְּלֻ֑הוּ יְחַלֵּ֑לוּ יְחַלֵּ֔ל יְחַלֵּ֥ל יְחַלֵּל֙ יֵחָ֑ל יַחֵ֖ל יָחֵ֔ל יָחֵ֛ל יחל יחלל יחללהו יחללו יחללנו׃ כְּחֹלְלִ֑ים כחללים לְהֵ֖חַלּֽוֹ׃ לְחַלְּל֑וֹ לְחַלְּל֣וֹ לְחַלֵּ֖ל לְחַלֵּל֙ להחלו׃ לחלל לחללו מְחַֽלְלֶ֙יהָ֙ מְחַלְּלִ֣ים מְחַלְלֶֽיךָ׃ מְחַלֵּ֤ל מְחַלֶּ֔לֶת מְחֹלָ֣ל מְחֻ֣לְלֵי מְחוֹלֶ֥לֶת מֵֽחַלְּל֔וֹ מֵהָחֵ֤ל מֵהָחֵ֨ל מֵחֵ֣ל מהחל מחוללת מחל מחלל מחללו מחללי מחלליה מחלליך׃ מחללים מחללת נִחָ֗ל נחל תְּחַלֵּ֥ל תְחַלְּל֖וּ תְחַלְּלֶֽנּוּ׃ תְחַלְּלוּ֙ תְחַלְּלוּ־ תְחַלֵּ֛ל תֵחֵ֖ל תָּחֵ֑לּוּ תָּחֵ֣ל תחל תחלו תחלל תחללו תחללו־ תחללנו׃ ’ă·ḥal·lêl ’a·ḥêl ’ā·ḥêl ’ăḥallêl ’aḥêl ’āḥêl achalLel aChel chaLal chalLel challeLam chilLalet chilLalta chillalTem chilLalti chilLel chilleLo chilleLu chilleLuhu cholaLah hā·ḥêl ha·ḥil·lām ha·ḥil·lō·ṯî ha·ḥil·lō·w·ṯā ḥā·lal ḥā·lāl haChel hachilLam hachilLota hachilLoti hāḥêl haḥillām haḥillōṯî haḥillōwṯā ḥal·lə·lām ḥal·lêl ḥālal ḥālāl ḥallêl ḥalləlām ham·ḥul·lāl hamchulLal hamḥullāl hê·ḥêl hê·ḥêl·lāh hê·ḥêl·lū heChel heChellah heChellu hêḥêl hêḥêllāh hêḥêllū ḥil·lā·lət ḥil·lal·tā ḥil·lal·tem ḥil·lal·tî ḥil·lə·lōw ḥil·lê·lū ḥil·lə·lū ḥil·lə·lū- ḥil·lə·lū·hū ḥil·lêl ḥillālət ḥillaltā ḥillaltem ḥillaltî ḥillêl ḥilləlōw ḥillêlū ḥilləlū ḥilləlū- ḥilləlūhū ḥō·lă·lāh ḥōlălāh hū·ḥal huChal hūḥal kə·ḥō·lə·lîm kecholeLim kəḥōləlîm lə·ḥal·lə·lōw lə·ḥal·lêl lə·hê·ḥal·lōw lechalLel lechalleLo ləḥallêl ləḥalləlōw leHechalLo ləhêḥallōw mê·hā·ḥêl mə·ḥal·le·hā mə·ḥal·le·ḵā mə·ḥal·le·leṯ mə·ḥal·lə·lîm mê·ḥal·lə·lōw mə·ḥal·lêl mê·ḥêl mə·ḥō·lāl mə·ḥō·w·le·leṯ mə·ḥul·lê mechalLeicha mechalLeiha mechalLel mechalLelet mechalleLim mechalleLo meChel mechoLal mechoLelet meChullei mehaChel mêhāḥêl məḥallehā məḥalleḵā məḥallêl məḥalleleṯ məḥalləlîm mêḥalləlōw mêḥêl məḥōlāl məḥōwleleṯ məḥullê ni·ḥāl niChal niḥāl tā·ḥêl tā·ḥêl·lū taChel taChellu tāḥêl tāḥêllū ṯə·ḥal·lə·len·nū ṯə·ḥal·lə·lū ṯə·ḥal·lə·lū- tə·ḥal·lêl ṯə·ḥal·lêl ṯê·ḥêl techalLel techalleLennu techalleLu teChel təḥallêl ṯəḥallêl ṯəḥalləlennū ṯəḥalləlū ṯəḥalləlū- ṯêḥêl ū·ḇə·ḥal·lə·lōw ū·lə·ḥal·lêl ū·mə·ḥal·lə·lîm ūḇəḥalləlōw ulechalLel ūləḥallêl umechalleLim ūməḥalləlîm uvechalleLo vaachalLel vaeChal vaechallelCha vaiYachel vaiyaChellu vatTachel vatteChalLeha vattechalleLnah vattechalleLu vattechilLeinah vaychalleLu vechillalTa vechilLelu vechilleLuha vechilleLuhu veniChalt venichaLu wa’ăḥallêl wā’êḥal wā’eḥallelḵā wa·’ă·ḥal·lêl wā·’ê·ḥal wā·’e·ḥal·lel·ḵā wat·tā·ḥel wat·tə·ḥal·le·hā wat·tə·ḥal·lə·lū wat·tə·ḥal·lel·nāh wat·tə·ḥil·le·nāh wattāḥel wattəḥallehā wattəḥallelnāh wattəḥalləlū wattəḥillenāh way·ḥal·lə·lū way·yā·ḥel way·yā·ḥêl·lū wayḥalləlū wayyāḥel wayyāḥêllū wə·ḥil·lal·tā wə·ḥil·lê·lū wə·ḥil·lə·lū wə·ḥil·lə·lū·hā wə·ḥil·lə·lū·hū wə·ni·ḥă·lū wə·ni·ḥalt wəḥillaltā wəḥillêlū wəḥilləlū wəḥilləlūhā wəḥilləlūhū wəniḥalt wəniḥălū ya·ḥêl yā·ḥêl yaChel yaḥêl yāḥêl yê·ḥāl yə·ḥal·lə·len·nū yə·ḥal·lê·lū yə·ḥal·lə·lū yə·ḥal·lə·lu·hū yə·ḥal·lêl yeChal yechalLel yechalleLennu yechalleLu yechalleLuhu yêḥāl yəḥallêl yəḥalləlennū yəḥallêlū yəḥalləlū yəḥalləluhū
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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