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RICH, adjective [Latin rego, regnum, Eng. reach, region, from extending.]
1. Wealthy; opulent; possessing a large portion of land, goods or money, or a larger portion than is common to other men or to men of like rank. A farmer may be rich with property which would not make a nobleman rich An annual income of 500 sterling pounds would make a rich vicar, but not a rich bishop. Men more willingly acknowledge others to be richer, than to be wiser than themselves.
Abram was very rich in cattle, in silver and in gold.
2. Splendid; costly; valuable; precious; sumptuous; as a rich dress; a rich border; a rich silk; rich furniture; a rich present.
3. Abundant in materials; yielding great quantities of any thing valuable; as a rich mine; rich ore.
4. Abounding in valuable ingredients or qualities; as a rich odor or flavor; rich spices.
So we say, a rich description; a discourse rich in ideas.
5. Full of valuable achievements or works.
Each minute shall be rich in some great action.
6. Fertile; fruitful; capable of producing large crops or quantities; as a rich soil; rich land; rich mold.
7. Abundant; large; as a rich crop.
8. Abundant; affording abundance; plentiful.
The gorgeous East with richest hand pours on her sons barbaric pearl and gold.
9. Full of beautiful scenery; as a rich landscape; a rich prospect.
10. Abounding with elegant colors; as a rich picture.
11. Plentifully stocked; as pastures rich in flocks.
12. Strong; vivid; perfect; as a rich color.
13. Having something precious; as a grove of rich trees.
14. Abounding with nutritious qualities; as a rich diet.
15. Highly seasoned; as rich paste; a rich dish of food.
16. Abounding with a variety of delicious food; as a rich table or entertainment.
17. Containing abundance beyond wants; as a rich treasury.
18. In music, full of sweet or harmonious sounds.
19. In Scripture, abounding; highly endowed with spiritual gifts; as rich in faith. James 2:5.
20. Placing confidence in outward prosperity. Matthew 19:23.
21. Self-righteous; abounding, in one's own opinion, with spiritual graces. Revelation 3:17.
The rich used as a noun, denotes a rich man or person, or more frequently in the plural, rich men or persons.
The rich hath many friends. Proverbs 14:20.
RICH, verb transitive To enrich. [Not used. See Enrich.]
Nehemiah 5:1-13; Job 21:7-15; Job 27:13-23; Job 31:24-25; Job 31:28; Psalms 49:16-18; Psalms 52:1-7; Psalms 73:3-22; Proverbs 14:20; Proverbs 18:11; Proverbs 18:23; Proverbs 28:11; Ecclesiastes 5:13-14; Ecclesiastes 5:19-20; Jeremiah 5:7-9; Jeremiah 5:27-29; Jeremiah 9:23; Jeremiah 17:11; Jeremiah 22:13-19; Ezekiel 7:19; Ezekiel 28:5; Amos 6:1-6; Micah 6:12; Zephaniah 1:18; Matthew 19:23-24; Mark 10:17-27; Luke 18:22-26; Luke 6:24-25; Luke 12:15-21; Luke 16:13-14; Luke 16:19-26; 1 Timothy 6:17-19; James 1:9-11; James 5:1-3
1 Kings 10:23
2 Kings 20:12-18
Joseph of Arimathaea
RICH'ED, participle passive Enriched. [Not used.]
Deuteronomy 6:10-12; Deuteronomy 8:10-18; Deuteronomy 31:20; Deuteronomy 32:15; 1 Samuel 2:7; Psalms 37:16; Proverbs 10:2; Proverbs 10:22; Proverbs 11:4; Proverbs 11:28; Proverbs 13:7-8; Proverbs 14:24; Proverbs 15:6; Proverbs 15:16-17; Proverbs 16:8; Proverbs 19:4; Proverbs 21:6; Proverbs 23:4-5; Proverbs 27:23-24; Proverbs 28:8; Proverbs 28:20; Proverbs 28:22; Proverbs 30:8-9; Ecclesiastes 5:9-20; Ecclesiastes 6:1-2; Ecclesiastes 7:11-12; Ecclesiastes 10:19; Isaiah 5:8; Jeremiah 48:36; Hosea 12:8; Matthew 6:19-21; Matthew 13:22; Matthew 19:16-29; Mark 10:17-25; Luke 18:18-25; Mark 4:19; Luke 12:15; 1 Timothy 6:4-11; 1 Timothy 6:17-19; James 2:6-7; James 5:1-5; 1 John 3:17
RICH'ES, noun [This is in the singular number in fact, but treated as the plural.]
1. Wealth; opulence; affluence; possessions of land, good or money in abundance.
Riches do not consist in having more gold and silver, but in having more in proportion than our neighbors.
2. Splendid sumptuous appearance.
The riches of heav'n's pavement, trodden gold.
3. In Scripture, an abundance of spiritual blessings.
The riches of Christ, his abundant fullness of spiritual and eternal blessings for men. Ephesians 3:8.
The riches of a state or kingdom, consist less in a full treasury than in the productiveness of its soil and manufactures, and in the industry of its inhabitants.
1. With riches; with opulence; with abundance of goods or estate; with ample funds; as a hospital richly endowed.
In Belmont is a lady richly left.
2. Gaily; splendidly; magnificently; as richly dressed; richly ornamented.
3. Plenteously; abundantly; amply as, to be richly paid for services. The reading of ancient authors will richly reward us for the perusal.
4. Truly; really; abundantly; fully; as a chastisement richly deserved.
1. Opulence; wealth.
2. Finery; splendor.
3. Fertility; fecundity; fruitfulness; the qualities which render productive; as the richness of a oil.
4. Fullness; abundance; as the richness of a treasury.
5. Quality of abounding with something valuable; as the richness of a mine or an ore; the richness of milk or of cane-juice.
6. Abundance of any ingredient or quality; as the richness of spices or of fragrance.
7. Abundance of beautiful scenery; as the richness of a landscape or prospect.
8. Abundance of nutritious qualities; as the richness of diet.
9. Abundance of high seasoning; as the richness of cake.
10. Strength; vividness; or whatever constitutes perfection; as the richness of color or coloring.
11. Abundance of imagery or of striking ideas; as richness of description.
RICK, noun [Eng. ridge.]
A heap or pile of grain or hay in the field or open air, but sheltered with a kind of roof. In America, we usually give this name to a long pile; the round and conical pile being called stack. In the north of England, it is said this name is given to small piles of corn in the field.