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HEAVY.
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9 By this therefore shall the iniquity of Jacob be purged; and this is all the fruit to take away his sin; when he maketh all the stones of the altar as chalkstones that are beaten in sunder, the groves and images shall not stand up. Isaiah 27:9

9 By this therefore shall the iniquity of Jacob be purged; and this is all the fruit to take away his sin; when he maketh all the stones of the altar as [ 68-1615 ? gir pronounced gheer chalkstone, lime stone.] chalkstones that are [5310 na^phats pronounced naw-fats' Primitive root; to (dash to pieces, scatter): - (dash, break) in pieces, to be dashed to pieces, be beaten in sunder, broken, cause to be discharged, scatter, be (overspread, scattered), dispersed.] beaten in sunder, the groves and images shall not stand up. Isaiah 27:9

all the stones of the altar as chalkstone, lime stone. chalkstones that are to (dash to pieces, scatter): - (dash, break) in pieces, to be dashed to pieces, be beaten in sunder, broken, cause to be discharged, scatter, be (overspread, scattered), dispersed.

Stones can be broken..Stones can be broken to pieces..Stones are made of pieces..Stones are made of many pieces..Stones that are broken to pieces are scattered and dispersed (spread abroad).

3 A stone is heavy, and the sand weighty; but a fool's wrath is heavier than them both. Proverbs 27:3

3 A [ 'eben pronounced eh'-ben From the root of ? ba^na^h pronounced baw-naw' to build; a stone: - a stone, slingstone, chalkstone, headstone, (great) hailstone, stoney, carbuncle, plummet, weight, (diverse) weights, mason.] stone is [? ko^bed pronounced ko'-bed From ? ? ka^bad ka^be^d pronounced kaw-bad, kaw-bade' great number, multitude, heavy, heaviness, weight, grievousness, vehemence.] heavy, and the [ cho^l pronounced khole From ? chu^l chi^yl pronounced khool, kheel sand (as round or whirling particles).] sand [ ne^t?el pronounced nay'-tel (a) burden, a weight, weighty. From natal.] weighty; Proverbs 27:3

A to build; a stone: - slingstone, chalkstone, headstone, (great) hailstone, stoney, carbuncle, plummet, weight, (diverse) weights, mason. stone is great number, multitude, heavy, heaviness, weight, grievousness, vehemence. heavy, and the sand (as round or whirling particles). sand (a) burden, a weight, weighty. weighty; Proverbs 27:3

Stones are made of a multitude (great number of) pieces. Stones are heavy. There are a multitude (great number) of pieces in a heavy object. Stones are built. Stones are buildings. A stone is a building which is made up of a multitude (great number) of pieces. Stone can be joined to stone. When two stones are joined together, the two stones become one stone. When multitudes of stones are joined together, they become, one stone. As stones are joined together the weight of the stone increases. Why is a stone heavy? A stone is heavy because it is made up of a multitude (great number) of pieces. A big stone is a heavy stone.

? ba^na^h pronounced baw-naw' Primitive root; to build, (begin to) build, (build, be built) up, builder, (have, obtain) children, make, set (up), be set up, repair, surely.