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Bible Usage:


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

Strongs Concordance:

Naves Topical Index

Psalms 97:5; Deuteronomy 4:11; Deuteronomy 5:23; Judges 5:5; Isaiah 64:1-3; Micah 1:4; Nahum 1:5

Overturning and removing of
Job 9:5; Job 14:18; Job 28:9; Ezekiel 38:20

Abraham offers Isaac upon Mount Moriah, afterward called Mount Zion, the site of the temple

General references
Genesis 22:2

Horeb appointed as a place for the Israelites to worship
Exodus 3:12

Used for idolatrous worship
Deuteronomy 12:2; 1 Samuel 10:5; 1 Kings 14:23; Jeremiah 3:6; Hosea 4:13

Jesus tempted upon
Matthew 4:8

Jesus preaches from
Matthew 5:1

Jesus goes up into, for prayer
Matthew 14:23; Luke 6:12; Luke 9:28

Jesus is transfigured upon
Matthew 17:1-9; Mark 9:2-10; Luke 9:28-36

Jesus meets His disciples on, after His resurrection
Matthew 28:16-17

Signals from
Isaiah 13:2; Isaiah 18:3; Isaiah 30:17

Removed by faith
Matthew 17:20; Matthew 21:21; Mark 11:23

Burning mountains

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

MOUNT'AIN, noun [Latin adjective, montanus.] A large mass of earth and rock, rising above the common level of the earth or adjacent land, but of no definite altitude. We apply mountain to the largest eminences on the globe; but sometimes the word is used for a large hill. In general, mountain denotes an elevation higher and larger than a hill; as the Altaic mountains in Asia, the Alps in Switzerland, the Andes in South America, the Allegheny mountains in Virginia, the Catskill in New York, the White mountains in New Hampshire, and the Green mountains in Vermont. The word is applied to a single elevation, or to an extended range.

MOUNT'AIN, adjective Pertaining to a mountain; found on mountains; growing or dwelling on a mountain; as mountain air; mountain pines; mountain goats.

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Mountain of the Amorites

specifically mentioned (1:19,20) comp. Deuteronomy 1:44 It seems to be the range which rises abruptly from the plateau of et-Tih , south of Judea, running from a little south of west to north of east, and of which the extremities are the Jebel Araif en-Nakah westward and Jebel el-Mukrah eastward, and from which line the country continues mountainous all the way to Hebron.

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MOUNT'AIN-BLUE, noun Malachite; carbonate of copper.

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MOUNT'AINER, adjective An inhabitant of a mountain.

1. A rustic; a freebooter; a savage.

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MOUNT'AINET, noun A small mountain; a hillock. [Not used.]

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MOUNT'AIN-GREEN, noun A carbonate of copper.

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MOUNT'AINOUS, adjective Full of mountains; as the mountainous country of the Swiss.

1. Large as a mountain; huge; as a mountainous heap.

2. Inhabiting mountains. [Not used.]

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MOUNT'AINOUSNESS, noun The state of being full of mountains.

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MOUNT'AIN-PARSLEY, noun A plant of the genus Athamanta.

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MOUNT'AIN-ROSE, noun A plant.

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MOUNT'AIN-SOAP, noun A mineral of a pale brownish black color.