- everlasting used 97 times.
- Included in Eastons: Yes
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- Included in Naves: No
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- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
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Eternal, applied to God (Genesis 21:33; Deuteronomy 33:27; Psalms 41:13; 90:2). We also read of the "everlasting hills" (Genesis 49:26); an "everlasting priesthood" (Exodus 40:15; Numbers 25:13). (See ETERNAL.)
EVERL'ASTING, adjective [ever and lasting.] Lasting or enduring for ever; eternal; existing or continuing without end; immortal.
The everlasting God, or Jehovah. Genesis 21:33.
Everlasting fire; everlasting punishment. Matthew 18:8.
1. Perpetual; continuing indefinitely, or during the present state of things.
I will give thee, and thy seed after thee, the land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession. Genesis 17:8.
The everlasting hills or mountains. Genesis. Habakkuk.
2. In popular usage, endless; continual; unintermitted; as, the family is disturbed with everlasting disputes.
EVERL'ASTING, noun Eternity; eternal duration, past and future.
From everlasting to everlasting thou art God. Psalms 90:2.
1. A plant, the Gnaphalium; also, the Xeranthenum.
See Fire, Everlasting
See Life, Everlasting
See Punishment, Eternal
EVERL'ASTINGLY, adverb Eternally; perpetually; continually.
EVERL'ASTINGNESS, noun Eternity; endless duration; indefinite duration. [Little used.]
EVERL'ASTING-PEA, noun A plant, the Lathyrus latifolia.