The Bible

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

SP'ARK, noun [The sense is that which shoots, darts off or scatters; probably allied to B. spargo.]

1. A small particle of fire or ignited substance, which is emitted from bodies in combustion, and which either ascends with the smoke, or is darted in another direction.

2. A small shining body or transient light. We have here and there a little clear light, and some sparks of bright knowledge.

3. A small portion of any thing active. If any spark of life is yet remaining.

4. A very small portion. If you have a spark or generosity.

5. A brisk, showy, gay man. The finest sparks and cleanest beaux.

6. A lover.

SP'ARK, verb intransitive To emit particles of fire; to sparkle. [Not in use.]

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SP'ARKFUL, adjective Lively; brisk; gay.

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SP'ARKISH, adjective

1. Airy; gay.

2. Showy; well dressed; fine.

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SP'ARKLE, noun

1. A spark.

2. A luminous particle.

SP'ARKLE, verb intransitive

1. To emit sparks; to send off small ignited particles; as burning fuel, etc.

2. To glitter; to glisten; as, a brilliant sparkles; sparkling colors.

3. To twinkle; to glitter; as sparkling stars.

4. To glisten; to exhibit an appearance of animation; as, the eyes sparkle with joy.

5. To emit little bubbles, as spirituous liquors; as sparkling wine.

SP'ARKLE, verb intransitive To throw about; to scatter. [Not in use.]

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SP'ARKLER, noun He or that which sparkles; one whose eyes sparkle.

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SP'ARKLET, noun A small spark.

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SP'ARKLINESS, noun Vivacity. [Not in use.]

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SP'ARKLING, participle present tense or adjective Emitting sparks; glittering; lively; as sparkling wine; sparkling eyes.

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SP'ARKLINGLY, adverb With twinkling or vivid brilliancy.

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SP'ARKLINGNESS, noun Vivid and twinkling luster.