Star. What is a
(C) Noelene Joy Rout 13th September 2013

H3556 ..Possibly, (in the sense of rolling), from the same as H3522 or (in the sense of blazing), H3554 a star (as round or as shining); figuratively a prince: - star ([-gazer]).

A star rolls. A star blazes. A star is round. A star shines.

H3522 .. From an unused word from which others [descend] grow, which meant or means to heap up; hilly; Cabbon, a place in Palestine: - Cabbon.

A star to heap up. A star hilly.

Possibly, (in the sense of rolling), from the same as H3522

H3556 & H3522 (in the sense of rolling),to heap up. hilly.

H3554 .. An ancient word from which others [descend] grow; correctly to prick or penetrate; hence to blister (as smarting or eating into): - burn.

A star to prick or penetrate; A star to blister (as smarting or eating into): - A star burn.

Putting it all together:

A star rolls. A star blazes. A star is round. A star shines.

A star to heap up. A star hilly.

(in the sense of rolling), to heap up. hilly.

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G792 .. Probably from the base of G4766; a star (as strownover the sky), figuratively or literally: - star.

Stars are strown over the sky.

G4766 .. strone'-noo-mee Or a simpler form strone'-noo'-o, prolonged from a still simpler form stro'-o (only used as an alternate in some tenses; possibly related to G4731 through the concept of positing); to "strew", that is, spread(as a carpet or couch): - spread, strew, make bed, furnish.

Stars through the concept of positing; to "strew", that is, spread (as a carpet or couch): - spread, strew, make bed, furnish. See: "Strew" bottom of page.

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[G4766 possibly related to, through the concept of positing); ] G4731 .. From G2476; stiff, i.e, solid, stable (figuratively or literally): - sure, stedfast, strong.

Stars positing; stiff, i.e, solid, stable, sure, stedfast, strong.

G792 is Star. Matthew 2:7

Let us have a look at "From" G792 in Strongs. G797 G798

G797 .. Possibly from G792; to flashas lightning: - lighten, shine.

Stars to flash as lightning: - lighten, shine.

G798 .. Neuter from G792;correctly a constellation; put for a single star (artificial or natural): - star.

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Strew.

H2219 .. An ancient word from which other words descend; (compare H2114); to toss about; implying to diffuse, winnow: - cast away, scatter (away), winnow, disperse, strew, spread, compass, fan.

H2236 .. An ancient word from which other words descend; to sprinkle (fluid or solid particles): - scatter, sprinkle, strew, be here and there.

H2926 .. An ancient word from which other words descend; correcly to strew over, that is, (implying) to cover in or plate (with beams): - cover.

H3331 .. An ancient word from which other words descend; to strew as a surface: - spread, make [onefs] bed, lie.

H8497 .. An ancient word from which other words descend; to strew, i.e, encamp: - sit down.

G1287 .. From G1223 and G4650; to dissipate, i.e, (usually) to rout or separate; particularly to winnow; figuratively to squander:- strew, scatter (abroad), disperse, waste.

G2693 .. From G2596 and G4766; to strew down, that is, (by implication) to prostrate (slay): - overthrow.

G4766 .. strone'-noo-mee Or a simpler form strone'-noo'-o, prolonged from a still simpler form stro'-o (only used as an alternate in some tenses; possibly related to G4731 through the concept of positing); to "strew", that is, spread(as a carpet or couch): - spread, strew, make bed, furnish.

G5291 .. From G5259 and G4766; to strew underneath (the feet as a carpet): - spread.

Stars to toss, to diffuse, winnow: - cast away, scatter (away), winnow, disperse, strew, spread, compass, fan.

Stars to sprinkle (fluid or solid particles): - scatter, sprinkle, strew, be here and there.

Stars to strew over, that is, (implying) to cover in or plate (with beams): - cover.

Stars to toss about; implying to diffuse, winnow: - cast away, scatter (away), winnow, disperse, strew, spread, compass, fan.

Stars to sprinkle (fluid or solid particles): - scatter, sprinkle, strew, be here and there.

Stars to strew over, that is, (implying) to cover in or plate (with beams): - cover.

Stars to strew over, that is, (implying) to cover in or plate (with beams): - cover.

Stars to strew as a surface: - spread, make [onefs] bed, lie.

Stars to strew, i.e, encamp: - sit down.

Stars to dissipate, i.e, (usually) to rout or separate; particularly to winnow; figuratively to squander: - strew, scatter (abroad), disperse, waste.

Stars (usually) to rout or separate; particularly to winnow; figuratively to squander: - strew, scatter (abroad), disperse, waste.

Stars to strew down, to prostrate (slay): - overthrow.

Stars through the concept of positing); to "strew", that is, spread (as a carpet or couch): - spread, strew, make bed, furnish.

The Sun is a star.The Sun is continually raining "Mist & Coins" down and over the continually whirling Earth.

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Sun of God, Sprays Mist upon, the Earth.

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Sun of God, Spraying "Mist & Coins" [Light!] on the Moon.

The Moon. (C) Noelene Joy Rout 7.40pm 9th September 2013

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