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Bible Usage:


  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: No
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: No
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:


Webster's 1828 Dictionary

LIM'IT, noun [Latin limes. See Limb.]

1. Bound; border; utmost extent; the part that terminates a thing; as the limit of a town, city or empire; the limits of human knowledge.

2. The thing which bounds; restraint.

3. Limits, plural , the extent of the liberties of a prison.

LIM'IT, verb transitive

1. To bound; to set bounds to.

2. To confine within certain bounds; to circumscribe; to restrain. The government of England is a limited monarchy.

They tempted God and limited the Holy One of Israel. Psalms 78:41.

3. To restrain from a lax or general signification. World sometimes signifies the universe, and sometimes its signification is limited to this earth.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

LIM'ITABLE, adjective That may be limited, circumscribed, bounded or restrained.

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LIM'ITANEOUS, adjective Pertaining to bounds.

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LIMITA'RIAN, adjective That limits or circumscribes.

LIMITA'RIAN, noun One that limits; one who holds the doctrine that a part of the human race only are to be saved; opposed to universalist.

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LIM'ITARY, adjective Placed at the limit, as a guard.

- Proud limitary cherub.

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LIMITA'TION, noun [Latin limitatio.]

1. The act of bounding or circumscribing.

2. Restriction; restraint; circumscription. The king consented to a limitation of his prerogatives. Government by the limitation of natural rights secures civil liberty.

3. Restriction; confinement from a lax indeterminate import. Words of general import are often to be understood with limitations.

4. A certain precinct within which friars were allowed to beg or exercise their functions.

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LIM'ITED, participle passive

1. Bounded; circumscribed; restrained.

2. adjective Narrow; circumscribed. Our views of nature are very limited

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LIM'ITEDLY, adverb With limitation.

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LIM'ITEDNESS, noun State of being limited.

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LIM'ITER, noun

1. He or that which limits or confines.

2. A friar licensed to beg within certain bounds, or whose duty was limited to a certain district.

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LIM'ITLESS, adjective Having no limits; unbounded.