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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: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

THREE, adjective [Latin tres.]

1. Two and one.

I offer thee three things. 2 Samuel 24:12.

2. It is often used like other adjectives, without the noun to which it refers.

Abishai--attained not to the first three 2 Samuel 23:9.

3. Proverbially, a small number.

Away, thou three-inched fool. [I believe obsolete.]

Naves Topical Index
Three Taverns

A town in Italy, Roman Christians meet Paul in.
Acts 28:15

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Three Taverns

A station on the Appian Road, along which St. Paul travelled from Puteoli to Rome. (Acts 28:15) The distances, reckoning southward from Rome are given as follows in the Antonine Itinerary: "to Aricia, 16 miles; to Three Taverns, 17 miles; to Appii Forum, 10 miles;" and, comparing this with what is still observed along the line of road, we have no difficulty in coming to the conclusion that "Three Taverns" was near the modern Cisterna . Just at this point a road came in from Antium on the coast. There is no doubt that "Three Taverns" was a frequent meeting-place of travellers.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

THREE-CAP'SULED, adjective Tricapsular.

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THREE-CEL'LED, adjective Trilocular.

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THREE-CLEFT', adjective Trifid.

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THREE'-CORNERED, adjective [three and corner.]

1. Having three corners or angles; as a three-cornered hat.

2. In botany, having three sides, or three prominent longitudinal angles, as a stem.

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THREE'-FLOWERED, adjective [three and flower.]

Bearing three flowers together.

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THREE'FOLD, adjective [three and fold.] Three-double; consisting of three; or thrice repeated, as threefold justice.

A threefold cord is not quickly broken. Ecclesiastes 4:12.

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THREE'-GRAINED, adjective Tricoccous.

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THREE'-LEAVED, adjective [three and leaf.] Consisting of three distinct leaflets; as a three-leaved calyx.

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THREE'-LOBED, adjective [three and lobe.] A three-lobed leaf, is one that is divided to the middle into three parts, standing wide from each other and having convex margins.

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THREE'-NERVED, adjective [three and nerve.] A three-nerved leaf, has three distinct vessels or nerves running longitudinally without branching.

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THREE'-P'ARTED, adjective [three and parted.] Tripartite. A three-parted leaf, is divided into three parts down to the base, but not entirely separate.

THREE'-PENCE, noun thrip'ence. [three and pence.]

A small silver coin of three times the value of a penny.

THREE'-PENNY, adjective thrip'enny. Worth three pence only; mean.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

THREE'-PETALED, adjective [three and petal.] Tripetalous; consisting of three distinct petals; as a corol.

THREE'-PILE, noun [three and pile.] An old name for good velvet.

THREE'-PILED, adjective Set with a thick pile.

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THREE'-POINTED, adjective Tricuspidate.

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THREE'SCORE, adjective [three and score.] Thrice twenty; sixty; as threescore years.

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THREE'-SEEDED, adjective [three and seed.] Containing three seeds; as a three-seeded capsule.

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THREE'-SIDED, adjective [three and side.] Having three plane sides; as a three-sided stem, leaf, petiole, peduncle, scape, or pericarp.

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THREE'-VALVED, adjective [three and valve.] Trivalvular; consisting of three valves; opening with three valves; as a three-valved pericarp.