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Words in Swedenborg
and Their Meanings in Modern English

by Rev. Frank Rose

(Q - Z)

QUARTER = region; point of the compass
QUASI
(L.) = as if; seeming
QUINTESSENCE
= purest essence (literally the 5th or highest essence)
 
RAINBOW-STONE
= precious crystal casting rainbows (also transl. IRIS STONE)
RAPACIOUS
= living on prey
RAPINE
(n.) = plunder; preying upon 
RATIOCINATION
= reasoning
RATIONAL
(n.) = reasoning level of the mind; reasoning ability; highest level of the conscious mind
  RATIONAL GOOD
= goodness on the rational level of the mind
  RATIONAL
MAN = 1. reasoning part of a person; 2. person who has   developed to the rational level
  RATIONAL TRUTH
= truth on the rational level of the mind
  GOOD IN THE RATIONAL
= good qualities received on the rational level of   the mind
RAVISH
= rape; seduce
READ
= 1. read; 2. recite
REAGENT
= reactive substance or person (opp. of AGENT)
REAL THINGS
= things that have a spiritual (not a physical) reality
RECOMPENSE (n.)
= reward; payment
RECTIFIED
= refined; purified
RECTITUDE
= uprightness
RED HORSE
= ginger colored horse; sorrel
REDEEM
= buy back; save from hell
  REDEMPTION
= the process of being saved; being "bought back" from   being slaves to evil
REDOUND
= 1. flow back; run back; 2. overflow
REFORMED
(adj.) = Protestant (particularly Calvinist)
  THE REFORMED CHRISTIAN WORLD
= the Protestant world
  THE REFORMED
= the Protestant Churches; Protestants (especially   Calvinists)
REFULGENT
= shining; gleaming
REGENERATE
= spiritually renew; recreate; transform
  THE REGENERATE
= regenerated people; people who have been spiritually
  
reborn
  REGENERATION
= lifelong process of being spiritually reborn
REGNANT
= ruling; controlling; dominant
REIGNING LOVE
= the strongest love in a person that dominates his life; the dominant love (usually transl. THE RULING LOVE) 
REINS
= kidneys
RELEGATE
= banish
RELIGIOSITY
= external or superstitious belief system; some sort of religion
RELUCTATION
= resistance
REMAINS
= loves and thoughts that are deeply impressed on the inner part of a person and "remain" with him (the most significant of these are acquired in infancy, also transl. REMNANTS)
  REMAINS OF GOOD
= deep affectional impressions that stay with a   person
  REMAINS OF TRUTH
= deep intellectual impressions that stay with a   person
REMIT
= release from guilt; forgive
  REMISSION OF SINS
= forgiveness of sins
REMNANTS
(see REMAINS above)
REPARATION
= restoration; renewal
REPEATED MARRIAGE
= remarriage
REPRESENT
= portray; exhibit; set forth
  REPRESENTATIVES
= things or people that represent something spiritual
  REPRESENTATIVE CHURCH
= 1. church that has rituals and buildings   that represent heavenly things; 2. the Israelitish and Jewish churches with   their representative laws, rituals and buildings
  REPRESENTATIVE SENSE
= meaning of Scriptures as they describe the
  
spiritual development of the church
REPUGNANCE
= aversion; dislike
REPUTE
(v.) = regard; consider
RESPLENDENCE
= splendor
RESPIRE
= breathe
RESUSCITATE
= raise from death into spiritual life
RESULTANT
(n.) = outcome; resulting effect
RETINUE
= escort; convoy
RHOMB
= rhombus; equilateral parallelogram
RULING LOVE
= strongest love in a person that dominates his life; the dominant love (also transl. REIGNING LOVE)
RUMINATE
= think over; think again
RUMINATORY STOMACH=
second stomach of animals that chew their cud
RUSTIC (n.)
= peasant; coarse and unrefined person (also transl. BOOR)
 
SACERDOTAL
= priestly
SACRIMONY
= something sacred; sacrament
SAGACIOUS
= mentally sharp; perceptive
  SAGACITY OF INGENUITY
= intellectual quickness; sharpness of mind
SALACIOUS=
lustful; lecherous
  SALACIOUSNESS, SALACITY
= lust
SALUTATION
= greeting; welcome
  SALUTE = greet
SAPID
= tasty; savory
SATE
= overfill; oversatisfy
  SATIETY
= fullness; excess
SATURNIAN ERA
= age of Saturn (another expression for the GOLDEN AGE)
SATYR
= mythological lecherous beast living in the woods - half goat, panther or
wolf and half human
  SATYRIASIS (pl. SATYRIASES) = excessive sexual desire in men
  SATYRIC = like a Satyr
SAVE
(prep.) = except
SAVOUR
= partake of; taste of
SCANDAL
= stumbling-block
SCIENCE
= 1. knowledge; 2. science
  SCIENCE OF CORRESPONDENCES= knowledge of correspondences
  SCIENCE OF COGNITIONS = knowledge of concepts
  SCIENCE OF REPRESENTATIONS = knowledge of what things represent
  spiritually
SCIENTIFICS (n.)
= knowledges; facts; data (especially derived from the
experience of nature or the study of the Scriptures, also transl. KNOWLEDGES and MEMORY-KNOWLEDGES)
SCIENTIFIC TRUTHS
= 1. facts; factual truths; 2. truths from the study of nature; 3. truths from the study of the Scriptures
SCINTILLATION
= sparkle
SCIONS
= branches cut off to be grafted on to another tree
SCORIA
= waste matter left over after refining metal; slag
SCORTATION
= adulterous behavior (called HARLOTRY in the Bible; also transl. WHOREDOM)
SCORTATORY LOVE
= love of adultery; love that is completely opposite to
marriage love; love that does not regard adultery as a sin
  SCORTATORY MARRIAGE = marriage in which the partners feel free to   commit adultery
SCRUPLE
= least detail; doubt
  SCRUPULOUS= fussing over every least detail
SCYLLA
= rock opposite the mythical whirlpool "Charybdis"
  BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS= between two dangerous   alternatives
SECOND HEAVEN
= middle of the three heavens (also called THE   SPIRITUAL HEAVEN)
SELFHOOD
and SELF-IMAGE (see PROPRIUM)
SEMINARY
= nursery; seed-bed
  SEMINATE = plant seeds
SENSATE (v.)
= sense; experience with the five senses
SENSE
= 1. meaning; 2. one of the five senses
SENSE OF THE LETTER
= literal meaning of Scriptures (also referred to as THE
LETTER; THE LETTER OF THE WORD and THE LITERAL SENSE)
SENSIBLE
= noticeable; perceptible
  SENSIBLE ANXIETY = noticeable anxiety; feeling of nervousness
  SENSIBLE OF = aware of
  SENSIBLY = noticeably; perceptibly
  SENSIBILITY = sensitivity
SENSORY
= sense organ (each of the five senses is a "sensory")
  COMMON SENSORY = part of the brain where all of the senses come   together and are experienced
SENSUOUS
(adj.) = involving the senses; sensual
  EXTERNAL SENSUOUS = physical sensations
  SENSUOUS MAN = person who thinks from the evidence of the senses;   the part of a person that has physical sensations
SENTENTIOUS
= thoughtful; wise
SERAGLIO
= harem; women's apartments
SERIES
= connected sequence; train of thought
CONTINUOUS SERIES
= unbroken line or sequence
SEROSITY
= watery fluid in the body; secreted serum
SEVERAL PARTS
= smallest details
SEVERALLY ACTUATED
= individually activated
SEX
(n.) = "the sex" refers to the other sex; the opposite sex
LOVE OF THE SEX = love of the opposite sex
SEXAGONAL
= having six angles (also transl. HEXAGONAL)
SHUN
= avoid; flee from
SIGNIFICATION
= meaning
  SIGNIFICATIVE CORRESPONDENT = spiritual meaning of some natural   symbol which also corresponds to it
  SIGNIFICATIVES = things that have a meaning; things that carry a   spiritual meaning
SIGNIFY
= mean (also transl. DENOTE, MEAN - note: words, things and actions "signify")
SIMILITUDE
= similarity; resemblance; compatibility
SIMPLE
= single; plain; not mixed; uncomplicated; open
  SIMPLE GOOD = people who are straightforward and honest
  SIMPLES (SIMPLE THINGS) = smallest building blocks of matter
SIMULATE
= pretend
SIMULATIONS = false appearances; pretenses
CONJUGIAL SIMULATION = putting on the appearance of love in marriage
SIMULTANEOUS
= existing at the same time or on the same level
  SIMULTANEOUS ORDER = orderly arrangement of things on the same   plane (for example the arrangement of rooms on the same floor of a   building)
SINCIPUT
= upper part of the skull
SINGULARS
= details; most minute particulars; single parts
(also transl. SEVERAL PARTS, used in contrast to UNIVERSALS)
SIREN
= temptress; female evil spirit
SKIRT=
cloak; mantle; skirt; train
SLOTHFUL
= inactive; lazy
SNUFFING
= discharging through the nose; blowing the nose
SOCIETY
= group; community (the communities of heaven, large and small, are called "societies")
SOCINIAN
= person who believes in the ideas of Socinus, who denied the divinity of Christ
SOLEMN
= ceremonial; customary; done on a regular basis
  SOLEMN BETROTHAL = engagement ceremony
SOLICITUDE
= anxiety
SOMNAMBULIST=
night-walker; sleep-walker
SONOROUS
= loud; noisy
SOOTHSAYER
= 1. wise man; prophet; 2. clown; jester (also transl.
MOUNTEBANK)
SOPHI
= wise men; sages
SOPHISTRY
= false kind of reasoning
SORDID
= low; ugly; mean; vile
SORDIDLY AVARICIOUS = disgustingly greedy
SOTTISH
= thick-headed; stupid
SOUL
= inmost part of a person; spirit; essence
SPECIOUS
= appearing to be good; plausible
  SPECIOUS CLAIM
= plausible pretext (but probably false)
SPECTER (SPECTRE)
= vision; ghost (also transl. PHANTOM)
SPHERE
= atmosphere; aura; ball
SPHERULE
= small sphere; tiny ball
SPINAL MARROW
= spinal cord (also transl. SPINAL MEDULLA)
SPIRIT
= 1. person who has died and is now in the spiritual world, specifically in the World of Spirits; 2. the mind including feelings, thoughts, memory, etc.
  EVIL SPIRIT = evil person after death
  GOOD SPIRIT = good person after death
  INFERNAL SPIRIT = hellish person; devil
SPIRITUAL
(n.) = 1. quality of the spirit; 2. quality of truth; 3. person who lives on the basis of truth
SPIRITUAL
(adj.) = 1. belonging to the spirit (with special emphasis on the quality of truth in contrast to the "celestial" which is a quality of goodness and love); 2. not natural; not external; higher level than the natural
  SPIRITUAL ANGEL = angel of the spiritual heaven
  SPIRITUAL CELESTIAL=
heavenly qualities of love touched by enlightened
  understanding; intermediate between the celestial and spiritual heavens
  SPIRITUAL CHURCH = church that mainly emphasizes truth and charity   toward the neighbor
  SPIRITUAL GENIUS = spiritual disposition; inclination to love truth
  SPIRITUAL GOOD= charity; the good of loving the neighbor based on the   truth; the goodness of living according to the truth
  SPIRITUAL HEAVEN = middle of the three heavens (also called the   SECOND HEAVEN)
  SPIRITUAL INFLUX = (a philosophic term that expresses the idea that   spiritual things flow into natural ones and not the other way around, also   called OCCASIONAL INFLUX and OPPORTUNE INFLOW; the opp. of   PHYSICAL INFLUX)
  SPIRITUAL KINGDOM = the part of heaven that is ruled by a love of truth   and love toward the neighbor
  SPIRITUAL LOVE = love of the spirit; charity; mutual love based on a love   of truth
  SPIRITUAL MAN = 1. person whose life is based on the truth; person who   lives from higher principles than merely natural ones; 2. the intellectual part   of a person
  SPIRITUAL-NATURAL = part of the lowest heaven (which includes angels   who are spiritual-natural, and those who are celestial-natural. The   spiritual-natural are more intellectual and the celestial-natural more   affectional)
  SPIRITUAL SENSE = spiritual meaning of Scriptures; Scriptures as   understood in the spiritual heaven (also called THE INTERNAL SENSE)
  SPIRITUAL THINGS = intellectual things; things of faith and
  charity
  SPIRITUAL TRUTH = truth about spiritual things; truth that comes from a   spirit of goodness
  SPIRITUAL WORLD = 1. world where people live after death, including the   three main divisions: heaven, hell and the world of spirits; 2. inner world of   people still living on earth
SPIRITUOUS=
vital; lively; full of spirit; volatile
SPONTANEOUS=
free; willing
SPORT=
game; play
  CONJUGIAL SPORTS = marital love-making
SPURIOUS
= false; inappropriate; illegitimate
  SPURIOUS CONSCIENCE = false conscience; inappropriate conscience;   conscience about things that do not really matter
STABILITIES
= things that stabilize and make firm
STACTE
= Myrrh-oil
STATE
= condition; stage of development; frame of mind
STATED TIMES
= constant times; fixed intervals of time
STENTORIAN
= extremely loud (from "Stentor", a Greek warrior with a notoriously loud voice)
STERCORACEOUS
= dung-like; filthy; excrementitious
STEREOMETRY
= solid geometry; three-dimensional geometry
STIBIUM
= antimony; colorful gem (Isaiah 54:11)
STIPULATED CONJUNCTION
= agreed upon connection
STOCK
= log; stem; trunk of a tree
STORGE
(Greek, pronounced "stor-gay") = love for helpless infants, especially the
love felt for them by their parents (also transl. PARENTAL LOVE, PARENTAL AFFECTION)
STYGIAN
= infernal
  STYGIAN WATERS = waters of the river Styx
  STYX = mythological river in the underworld that people had to cross after   death
STRIATED
= striped
  STRIATED RAIN = rain coming in streaks
STRIDOR
= harsh grating sound
STUPOR
= amazement; awe; being dumbfounded
STUPRATION
= seduction; taking away virginity (also transl. DEBAUCHERY, and DEFLOWERING)
SUB-CELESTIAL EARTH
= world below heaven; the world of spirits (also transl. SUB-HEAVENLY EARTH)
SUBJECT
(n.) = a being capable of receiving, thinking and feeling; recipient
  SUBJECT SPIRIT = spirit sent out as a messenger (also called   EMISSARY SPIRIT)
  THE SUBJECT OF TOUCH = skin (the organ of touch)
SUBJOIN
= add; append
SUBJUGATE
= bring under control
SUBLIMATE
= elevate; raise to a higher level
SUBLUNARY
= this world; the world under the moon
SUBSIST
= persist; endure
  SUBSISTENCE
= staying in existence
SUBSTANTIATES
= substantial things
SUB-TRIPLE
= divided by three
SUCCEED
= follow one after another (not used to mean "the opposite of fail")
SUCCESSIVE
(adj.) = following in a sequence step by step from the highest to the lowest
  SUCCESSIVE ORDER = orderly sequence from top to bottom (in a building   the different floors follow in "successive order", while the different rooms on   the same floor are in "simultaneous order")
  SUCCESSIVE STATE = next following condition or state
  SUCCESSIVES = things that follow in a sequence
SUFFER HIMSELF
= allow himself
SUFFERANCE
= giving in; putting up with
SUMMUM BONUM
(L.) = highest good; greatest good
SUN GLASS
= magnifying glass used to start fires (also transl. BURNING GLASS)
SUPERABUNDANCE
= surplus (also transl. OVERPLUS)
SUPEREMINENT DOMINION
= vastly superior rule
SUPEREMINENT POTENCY
= superior power
SUPER-ILLUSTRIOUS SPLENDOR
= supremely famous glory
SUPER-MORAL
= extremely moral
SUPER-RATIONAL
= especially rational
SUPER-REGAL
= supremely royal
SUPER-SPIRITUAL
= above the spiritual
SUPERINDUCE
= put on top of
SUPPLICATE
= pray; implore
SUPPLICATION
= prayer; entreaty
SUPRALAPSARIAN-PREDESTINARIAN
= someone who believes that God
decided before creation who would go to heaven and who to hell
SUPREME SENSE
= deepest meaning of the Scriptures (also called THE INMOST SENSE)
SUSTAIN
= endure
SWEETMEAT=
1. spice; sauce; flavoring; condiment (L. CONDITURA); 2. pastry; dessert (L. = PASTA SACCHARINA)
SYCOPHANT
= informer; flatterer
SYLLOGISM=
form of reasoning drawing conclusions from two premises
  SYLLOGISTIC PHILOSOPHY = logic
SYNCRETIST
= person who joins together two different points of view or two different groups of people
SYNCRETISM = union of two different religious groups
 
TABERNACLE
= tent
TACIT
= silent; still
  TACIT RESPIRATION = soundless breathing
  TACITLY = quietly; noiselessly
  TACITURN = silent; saying nothing
  TACITURNITY = silence; reticence; not saying anything at all
TACTILE
= tangible; touchable
TARTAREAN SHADES; TARTAREAN DARKNESS
= darkness of hell
TARTARUS
= in mythology the sunless region below Hades where Zeus put the Titans
TARTARY = the vast empire of the Tartars that extended over eastern Europe and Asia, including Mongolia and China (The eastern and largest portion of Tartary was called GREAT TARTARY)
TAWDRY
= cheap; of little value; vile
TE DEUM LAUDAMUS
(L.) = we praise Thee 0 God
TEMPLE
= church; cathedral; place of worship (temple)
TEMPT
= try; test; attack (not used to mean "allure")
  TEMPTATION = trial; test; attack; combat (not used to mean "allurement")
TENACITIES OF OPINIONS
= stubbornly held opinions
TENOR
= continuous course; progression 
TENUITY
= thinness; delicate veil
TERGIVERSATION
= rejection; refusal; fickleness
TERMINATE
= come to a boundary; come to completion; reach a limit
  TERMINATIONS = boundaries; limits; borders
  TERMINUS = limit; boundary
TERTIAN LEADERS
= captains
TERRAQUAEOUS GLOBE
= the world as consisting of land and water TERRESTRIAL = earthly
THING
= reality
THIRD HEAVEN
= highest of the three heavens (also called THE CELESTIAL
HEAVEN)
THROES=
pains; pangs
TIARA
= cap; hat without a brim
TIMOROUS
= fearful TITHE = give a tenth part
TITILLATE
= tickle; stimulate; stroke
TITILLATIONS = tickling; stimulation; sensitive contacts
TITTLE
= smallest mark
TORPID
= inactive; numb; dormant; sluggish
  TORPOR = numbness; inactivity; listlessness
TORRID
= dry; parched (not used to mean "hot")
  TORRID ZONES = the part of the earth around the equator
TRANSCRIBE
= transfer; convey from one person to another or from one place to another
  TRANSCRIPTION = transfer from one person to another or from one place   to another
TRANSFIGURE
= transform; change the form
  TRANSFIGURATION = transformation, as when Jesus appeared to His   disciples in another form (Matthew 17:1-13)
TRANSFLUX
= flowing through; flowing throughout
TRANSFUSE
= pour into; transfer; transmit
TRANSITORY
= temporary; passing through; transient
TRANSIT
= passage way
TRANSLATE
= carry across; transport; transfer
  TRANSLATION = 1. transference; being carried from one place to another,   or from one world to another; 2. being conveyed from one language to   another
TRANSLUCID
= translucent; transparent; allowing light through
TRANSMIGRATION
= passing from one world to another; moving from one place to another; migration
TRANSMUTE
= change into something else; convert into another substance
TRANSPIRATION
= imperceptible transfer; unseen radiation TRANSUBSTANTIATION = changing from one substance to another; the Roman Catholic teaching that the bread of the communion is changed into the actual body of Christ
TRIARCHY
= government with three people in charge
TRIPARTITE
= in three parts
TRITURATE
= grind; thresh; crush with a mortar and pestle (also transl. BRAY)
  TRITURATORY VESSEL
= mortar; earthenware bowl
TRUE (n.) = truth
TRUTH OF GOOD
= truth that comes from qualities of goodness
(also called THE SPIRITUAL OF THE CELESTIAL)
TRUTH OF FAITH
= true idea that is part of a person's faith
TRUTH OF DOCTRINE
= true teaching
TSIIM
(Hebrew, also TZIIM and ZIIM) = wild beasts or birds of the desert (Isaiah 34:14)
TUBERCLE
= bump; pimple; swelling
TUN
= vat; cask; chamber pot
TUTELARY
= guarding; protecting
  TUTELARY GOD = idol or god that was believed to care for a city, place, or
  person
TYPE
= figure; image; symbol
TYPICAL
= symbolic; figurative
 
UBI
(L.) = somewhere or other (used together with the Greek word PU to indicate
"some undefined place")
ULTIMATE
(adj.) = last in sequence; the lowest; the most external; final; the most remote (also transl. OUTMOST; not used to mean "the greatest")
  ULTIMATE EFFECT = physical act
  ULTIMATES OF MAN = physical body - especially the arms, hands, legs   and feet
  ULTIMATES OF NATURE = physical matter
  ULTIMATE SENSE OF THE WORD = literal meaning of Scripture
UNANIMITY
= oneness; concord; harmony
UNANIMOUS = of one heart; of one mind
UNCREATE
(adj.) = not created
THE UNCREATE (n.) = God (also called THE UNCREATED MAN) UNDERSTANDING (n.) = intellect; ability to understand (also transl. THE
INTELLECTUAL and DISCERNMENT)
UNDULATION
= waving motion
UNDULATORY = rising and falling; moving as if in waves
UNFAITHFUL
= unbelieving; not having faith
UNIVERSAL
(adj.) = covering all things; whole; existing everywhere; entering into all things; general
  UNIVERSALS = universal points; general principles (in contrast to   SINGULARS)
  UNIVERSAL CHURCH = the Lord's church existing everywhere and
  transcending church organizations
  UNIVERSAL HEAVEN = the entire heavens
  UNIVERSAL IDEA = general idea; main idea
  UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE = language known everywhere and by everybody
  such as language in heaven)
  UNIVERSAL WORLD = the entire world
  UNIVERSALLY = existing in all things; existing everywhere
UNSHOEING
= taking off shoes
UNSWATHE
= unwrap
UPBRAIDING (n.)
= quarreling; contention
USE
= useful activity; job; function
USUFRUCT
= use and benefit
 
VACUITY
= empty space; void
VAINGLORY
= conceit; pride; "machismo"
  VAINGLORIOUS= proud; conceited; "macho"
VAPID WINE
= wine that is flat and has lost its flavor
VASTATE
= devastate; ruin
  VASTATION = devastation; desolation
VENAL
= able to be bought for a price; corrupt
VENERY
= sex
   VENEREAL = involving sex; sexual
VERIEST
= deepest; utmost
VERNACULAR
= mother tongue; dialect; ordinary speech
VERNAL
= spring-like
VERITY
= truth
VERTIGO
= dizziness
VERTUMNUS
(pl. VERTUMNI) = changeable person; fickle individual
VESICLE
= tiny sac; very small air sac in the lungs
VESTAL VIRGIN
= one of the virgins dedicated to keeping the sacred fire of the of the goddess, Vesta
VEXATION
= violent movement; agitation; shaking
VICAR
= deputy; person who acts for someone else
VILE
= cheap; of little value
VINOUS
= related to wine
VIOLATION
= 1. doing violence to; 2. rape
   VIOLATOR = rapist
VIRILE POWERS
= sexual potency
VIRTUE
= 1. power; 2. goodness; worth; 3. virtue
VIRULENT EXHALATIONS
= poisonous fumes
VISCOUS
= sticky; thick
   VISCIDITIES = thick liquids
VISCUS
(pl. VISCERA) = internal organ of the body
VITIATE
= weaken; injure; hurt
VITUPERATE
= blame; scold; criticize
   VITUPERATION = criticism
VIVIFY = make alive
VIVIFICATION
= making alive
VOLUBLE
= fluent; rapid
VOLUPTUOUS
= pleasurable; enjoyable
   THE VOLUPTUOUS= people devoted to pleasure 
VOLUNTARY = ability to love, desire and intend (usually transl. THE WILL; also transl. INTENTIONALITY) 
VOLUNTARY PROPRIUM
= self-will; sense that one's loves and desires
are one's own
VORACITY
= overwhelming appetite
VORTEX
= whirlpool; spiral motion
VORTEX-LIKE
= like a whirlpool; spiral (also transl. VORTICAL)
VOTIVE
= religious; related to a vow
VULGAR
= common; ordinary (also transl. PLEBEIAN)

WORD OF THE LORD
= the Scriptures as the inspired Word of God
WORLD OF EVIL SPIRITS
= hell
WORLD OF SPIRITS=
the world between heaven and hell where people go afterdeath before going to the one or the other
WORTHILY
= suitably; in a proper way

ZEAL= eagerness; competitiveness; strong interest
ZEALOT= religious fanatic
ZEALOUS= full of zeal; eager, competitive
ZELOTYPIA (L.)= love of protecting something precious (also transl. JEALOUSY)
ZIIM
(Hebrew, also TZIIM and TSIIM) = wild beasts or birds of the desert (Isaiah 34:14)

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Bible Lost & Found
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City of God
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My Lord and My God
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Words In Swedenborg
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