American Dictionary of the English Language

American Dictionary of the English Language

by Noah Webster
10th Edition, ©1998, ISBN: 9780912498034
Library Binding, 2000 pages
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This is the real deal, a facsimile of the original 1828 edition, with an embossed forest green vellum hardcover, and approximately 2,000 pages full of references giving God His rightful place in our lives, society, and language. It is a goldmine of knowledge, crammed with information that every Christian home schooling family should have access to. This is the only dictionary available today that defines every word both in the original language and from its biblical usage. Consider the following taken from the 1828 Dictionary, compare it to any modern dictionary, and see what you think!

MARRIAGE: n. [Fr. mariage, from marier, to marry, from mari, a husband; L. mas, maris; Sp. maridage.]
1. The act of uniting a man and a woman for life; wedlock; the legal union of a man and woman for life. Marriage is a contract both civil and religious, by which the parties engage to live together in mutual affection and fidelity, till death shall separate them. Marriage was instituted by God himself for the purpose of preventing the promiscuous intercourse of the sexes, for promoting domestic felicity, and for securing the maintenance and education of children.

Marriage is honorable in all and the bed undefiled. Heb. xiii.

2. A feast made on the occasion of a marriage.

The kingdom of heaven is like a certain king, who made a marriage for his son. Mat. xxii.

3. In a scriptural sense, the union between Christ and his church by the covenant of grace. Rev. xix.

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