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Marine Monsters.

 

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Marine Monsters.
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21 And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. Genesis 1:21

21 And God created great [8577 ?? ?? tanni^yn tanni^ym say tan-neen', tan-neem' (The second form of 8577 is used in Ezekiel_29:3); intensive from same as 8565 ? tan pronounced tan From an unused root probably meaning to elongate; a monster, a sea serpent (or other huge marine animal), a hideous land animal, a jackal, dragon, whale; a (marine, land) monster, sea (monster, serpent), whale, dragon (-s), jackal (-s), howlers.] whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly, after their kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. Genesis 1:21

21 And God created great to elongate; a monster, a sea serpent (or other huge marine animal), a hideous land animal, a jackal, dragon, whale; a (marine, land) monster, sea (monster, serpent), whale, dragon (-s), jackal (-s), howlers.

21 And God created great to elongate; a monster, a sea serpent, huge marine animal, whale; a (marine) monster, sea (monster, serpent), whale, howlers.

Huge and long (elongated) sea serpents and marine monsters (animals), once lived in the sea with whales and serpents: and the huge, and long (elongated) sea serpents and marine monsters (animals), and whales, howled within the seas.

Various species of huge and long (elongated) sea serpents and marine monsters (animals), once lived in the sea with various species of whales and serpents: and the various species of huge, and long (elongated) sea serpents and marine monsters (animals), and whales, made various howling noises within the seas.

21 And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters [8317 ? sha^rats say shaw-rats' Primitive root; to wriggle, swarm, abound: - breed (bring forth, increase) abundantly, bring forth (in abundance), creep, move.] brought forth abundantly, after their [4327 mi^yn meen to portion out; a sort, species: - kind. Compare Strongs 4480.] kind, and every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good. Genesis 1:21

which the waters to wriggle, swarm, abound: - breed (bring forth, increase) abundantly, bring forth (in abundance), creep, move. brought forth abundantly, after their a sort, species: - kind. kind,

great [8577 ?? ?? tanni^yn tanni^ym say tan-neen', tan-neem' (The second form of 8577 is used in Ezekiel_29:3); intensive from same as 8565 ? tan say tan From an unused root probably meaning to elongate; a monster, a sea serpent (or other huge marine animal), a hideous land animal, a jackal, dragon, whale; a (marine, land) monster, sea (monster, serpent), whale, dragon (-s), jackal (-s), howlers.] whales, and every living creature that moveth,

great to elongate; a monster, a sea serpent (or other huge marine animal), a hideous land animal, a jackal, dragon, whale; a (marine, land) monster, sea (monster, serpent), whale, dragon (-s), jackal (-s), howlers. whales, and every living creature that moveth, evolved from cells that once wriggled and swarmed within the seas. (were brought forth abundantly after their species from the waters). Genesis 1:21

Various species of huge and long (elongated) sea serpents and marine monsters (animals), and whales and serpents: evolved from cells that once wriggled and swarmed within the seas.

8317 ? sha^rats say shaw-rats' Primitive root; to wriggle, swarm, abound: - breed (bring forth, increase) abundantly, bring forth (in abundance), creep, move.

8577 ?? ?? tanni^yn tanni^ym say tan-neen', tan-neem' (The second form is used in Ezekiel 29:3); intensive from the same as 8565 ? tan; a (marine, land) monster, sea (monster, serpent), whale, dragon (-s), jackal (-s), howlers.

8565 ? tan say tan From an unused root probably meaning to elongate; a monster, a sea serpent (or other huge marine animal), a hideous land animal, a jackal, dragon, whale. Compare 8577.

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