Common misspellings for death:
deepth, treath, deatr, desigh, leath, deathin, deths, dieth, feith, deatch, turth, deat, delth, deoth, deathe, waethy, deeth, wearth, deach, eaith, beath, deathing, togeath, tewlth, dauther, seeth, douth, deathg, deah, tetth, dather, weath, deluth, ledthe, theearth, readthe, tirth, deutch, teathre, dareth, toeather, deptth, eaarth, ddeath, dieat, feeth, deth, diwth, dirthy, dath, debth, dethatch, reath, feath, ducth, derath, weathy, dthey, dnthe, deaht, aerth, rdeath, neardeath, seath, dothe, direaih, weathe, tteth, douther, depthe, wideth, neathe, daeth, eath, deaty, eathe, defth, depeth, dalth, dealth, detai, duagther, deate, teath, diarh, teacth, wdith, eartth, steath, deatht, deattch, deathes, deatrh, adeath, dwith, jearth, deither, rearth, deeath, merdith, togerth, deather, deahs, sidhartha, merdeith, daphe, dirth, weathor, debpth, desth, neeth, deadth, theathe, deapth, donth, teelth, deathof, teethy, beauth, daph, teather, madethe, tiwth, dpeth, didthe, deathed, derth, dealthy, teeath, doeth, deasth, detah, deathy, meath, siddartha, pearth, dearch, dithc, deatsh, dowith, douthir, drath, orderthe, dthat, teeeth, dicth, doubth, teaths, deathrow, diaarhea, deutche, attath, beadth, deart, darth, geath, dieaty, depthy, diaerhea, edith, searth, teuth, dd to, dad to, dahd, dieu, daieu, diti, daiti, ditya, daitya, daddo, daddy, dadet, dahita, dathay, dathaya, dathode, dattie, datty, dauda, daudata, daudate, daudated, dd-wo, d-wo, dedi, dhaeta, dhahta, dhait, dhat, dhateau, dear y, xeath, ceath, eeath, dwath, dsath, ddath, d4ath, d3ath, dezth, dewth, deqth, deafh, deagh, deayh, dea6h, dea5h, deatg, deatb, deatn, deatj, deatu, sdeath, dseath, xdeath, dxeath, cdeath, dceath, fdeath, dfeath, dreath, edeath, dweath, dewath, desath, dedath, d4eath, de4ath, d3eath, de3ath, dezath, deawth, deqath, deaqth, deatfh, deagth, deatgh, deayth, deatyh, dea6th, deat6h, deat5h, deatbh, deathb, deatnh, deathn, deatjh, deathj, deatuh, deathu, edath, deaath, deathh, duath, dmath, daath, dgath, deith, decth, dea4h, deadh, deaph, deavh, deauh, deatx, deati, d eath, de ath, dea th, deat h.
Definition of death:
- may be simply defined as the termination of life. It is represented under a variety of aspects in Scripture: " The dust shall return to the earth as it was" ( Eccl 12:7 ).
- may be simply defined as the termination of life. It is represented under a variety of aspects in Scripture: " Thou takest away their breath, they die" ( Psalms 104:29 ).
- may be simply defined as the termination of life. It is represented under a variety of aspects in Scripture: It is the dissolution of " our earthly house of this tabernacle" ( 2 Corinthians 5:1 ); the " putting off this tabernacle" ( 2 Peter 1:13 2 Peter 1:14 ).
- may be simply defined as the termination of life. It is represented under a variety of aspects in Scripture: Being " unclothed" ( 2 Corinthians 5:3 2 Corinthians 5:4 ).
- may be simply defined as the termination of life. It is represented under a variety of aspects in Scripture: " Falling on sleep" ( Psalms 76:5 ; Jeremiah 51:39 ; Acts 13:36 ; 2 Pet 3:9 .
- may be simply defined as the termination of life. It is represented under a variety of aspects in Scripture: " I go whence I shall not return" ( Job 10:21 ); " Make me to know mine end" ( Psalms 39:4 ); " to depart" ( Phil 1:23 ). The grave is represented as " the gates of death" ( Job 38:17 ; Psalms 9:13 ; 107:18 ). The gloomy silence of the grave is spoken of under the figure of the " shadow of death" ( Jeremiah 2:6 ). Death is the effect of sin ( Hebrews 2:14 ), and not a " debt of nature." It is but once ( 9:27 ), universal ( Genesis 3:19 ), necessary ( Luke 2:28-30 ). Jesus has by his own death taken away its sting for all his followers ( 1 Corinthians 15:55-57 ). There is a spiritual death in trespasses and sins, i.e., the death of the soul under the power of sin ( Romans 8:6 ; Ephesians 2:1 Ephesians 2:3 ; Colossians 2:13 ). The " second death" ( Revelation 2:11 ) is the everlasting perdition of the wicked ( Revelation 21:8 ), and " second" in respect to natural or temporal death. THE DEATH OF CHRIST is the procuring cause incidentally of all the blessings men enjoy on earth. But specially it is the procuring cause of the actual salvation of all his people, together with all the means that lead thereto. It does not make their salvation merely possible, but certain ( Matthew 18:11 ; Romans 5:10 ; 2 co 5:21 ; Galatians 1:4 ; 3:13 ; Ephesians 1:7 ; 2:16 ; Romans 8:32-35 ). These dictionary topics are fromM.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.[ N] indicates this entry was also found in Nave's Topical Bible[J] indicates this entry was also found in Jack Van Impe's Prophecy DictionaryBibliography InformationEaston, Matthew George. " Entry for Death". " Easton's Bible Dictionary". .
- Personified: The destroyer of life, -- conventionally represented as a skeleton with a scythe.
- The cessation of all vital phenomena without capability of resuscitation, either in animals or plants.
- Total privation or loss; extinction; cessation; as, the death of memory.
- Manner of dying; act or state of passing from life.
- Cause of loss of life.
- Danger of death.
- Murder; murderous character.
- Loss of spiritual life.
- Anything so dreadful as to be like death.
- Personified: The destroyer of life, - conventionally represented as a skeleton with a scythe.
- the personification of death; " Death walked the streets of the plague- bound city"
- the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism; " the animal died a painful death"
- the absence of life or state of being dead; " he seemed more content in death than he had ever been in life"
- Irreversible cessation of all bodily functions, manifested by absence of spontaneous breathing and total loss of cardiovascular and cerebral functions.
- Cessation of life or feeling; the state of having ceased to live; total loss; decay; something as terrible as death; slaughter; bloodshed.
- The cessation of life.
- Extinction or destruction of life.
- State of being dead: extinction of life: manner of dying: mortality.
- Extinction of life.
- Cessation of life; extinction; destruction.
- The extinetion of life; the state of being dead or extinet; the state of the dead; the manner of dying; a skeleton, as a symbol of death; destroyer or agent of death; the instrument of death; the penalty of death; state of temporary or final extinction of spiritual life. Civil death, the separation of a man from civil society by panishment, & c. Deathbed, the bed on which a person dies; last illness.
- A total and permanent cessation of all the vital functions; cause of death; decease; mortality; alienation or separation of the soul from God; state of being under the dominion of sin.
- The complete and permanent cessation of all vital functions in any organism.
- [ Anglo-Saxon] Complete and permanent cessation of vital functions in an organism.