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- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of come.
- From come + -eth, the archaic third-person singular present tense suffix. (Wiktionary)
“And the Levites shall _compass round about, every man with the king round about, every man his weapons in his hand, with his weapons in his hands, and and whosoever cometh within whosoever cometh_ into the house, the ranks, shall be put to _shall be put to death; and they shall death, and ye shall be with be with the king whithersoever he the king whithersoever he goeth. goeth.”
“P: And every nation hath its term, and when its term cometh, they cannot put it off an hour nor yet advance (it).”
“P: If Allah were to take mankind to task for their wrong-doing, he would not leave hereon a living creature, but He reprieveth them to an appointed term, and when their term cometh they cannot put (it) off an hour nor (yet) advance (it).”
“P: If Allah took mankind to task by that which they deserve, He would not leave a living creature on the surface of the earth; but He reprieveth them unto an appointed term, and when their term cometh - then verily (they will know that) Allah is ever Seer of His slaves.”
“P: But Allah reprieveth no soul when its term cometh, and Allah is”
“Quoth she, “It cometh from the saddle bags;” and quoth they, “What manner of thing be these saddle bags?””
“Kalandar; but all replied like the first, “By Allah, O our mistress, each one of us cometh from a different country, and we are all three the sons of Kings, sovereign Princes ruling over suzerains and capital cities.””
““When the Captain cometh back, I will bid him fry it for me, so I may dine on it.””
“Hence the word cometh to have its second acceptation, even that which is rendered by the apostle hilastērion, “placamen,” or “placamentum,” — that whereby God is appeased.”
“Lebanon (that is, the cool melted snow water of Lebanon, as he presently explains), which cometh from the rock of the field (a poetical name for Lebanon, which towers aloft above the surrounding field, or comparatively plain country)?”
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Words in the Bible evoking biblical stories or with special spiritual meaning. Proper names have been reduced to the minimum.
(Given Saturday, March 4, 1865, Washington, D.C.)
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