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Bat'a-ne
Bel'e-mus

Be-ro'thath
Bath'a-loth Belga-i

Ber"yl Bath-rab'biin Be'li-al

Ber-ze'lus
Bath'she-ba Bel'ma-im

Be-sa'i
Bath'sbu-a
Bel'men

Bes-o-dei'ak
Bath-zach.a-ri'as Bel-shaz'zar Be'sor
Bav'a-i

Bel-te-shaz'zar Be'tah
Baz'lith
Ben-ai'al

Beta-ne
Bdell'ium, Del'yum Ben-am'mi Be'ten
Be-a-li'ah

Ben-eb'e-rak Beth-ab'a-ra Be'a-loth

Ben-e-ja'a-kan Beth-ab'a-rali
Be'an

Ben-ha'dad Beth'a.nath
Beb'a-i
Ben-ha'il

Beth'a-noth
Be'cher

Ben-ha'nan Beth'a-ny
Bech-o'rath
Ben'ja-min

Beth-ar'a-bah
Bec'ti-leth
Ben'ja-mite

Beth'a-ram
Be'dad
Ben'i-nu

Beth-ar'bel
Bed-a-i'alt
Ben'u-i

Beth-a'ven
Be'dan
Be'no

Beth-az'ma.veth
Be-dei'ah
Be-no'ni

Beth'ba-al-me'on Be-el-i'a-da Ben-Zo'heth Beth-ba'ra Be-el-sa'rus Be'on

Beth-ba'rah Be-el-teth'mus Be'or

Beth'ba-si
Beel'ze-bub Be'ra

Beth-bir'e.i
Be'er
Ber'a-chal

Beth'car
Be'er-a
Ber-a-chi'ah

Beth.da'gon
Be'er-ah, or Ber-a-i'ah

Beth-dib-la-tha'im Be'ral Be-re'a

Beth'el
Be-er-e'lim

Ber-e-chi'ah Beth'el-ite
Be'er.i
Be'red

Beth-e'mek
Be'er-la-hai'roi Be'ri

Be'ther
Be'er-oth
Be-ri'ah

Beth-es'da
Be'er-oth-ite Be'rite

Beth-e'zel Beer-she'ba Be'rith

Beth-ga'der Be-esh'te-rah Ber-ni'ce

Beth-gaʼmul Be'he-moth Be'ro.dach Bala- Beth-hac-ce'rem Be'kah

dan

Beth-ha'ran
Be'la
Be'roth

Beth-hogʻla
Be'lah

Ber-o-tha'i Beth-ho'ron Be'la-ite

Be-ro'thah *Beth-jesh'i-moth * Messrs. Walker and Perry spell the second fyllable of this word without an h. I find it spelled with one in Macklin's Bible, and am inclined to consider the editors of so magnificent

Beth-leb'a.oth Beth'ul
Beth'le-hem Be-thu'li-a
Beth'le-hem Eph' Beth'zor
ra-tah

Beth'zur Beth'le-hem Ju'- Be-toʻli-us dal

Bet-o-mas'them
Beth'le-hem-ite Bet-o-mesotham
Beth-lo'mon Bet'o-nim
Beth-ma'a-cah Beu'lah
Beth-már'ca-both Be'zai
Beth-me'on Bez'a-leel
Beth-nim'rah Be'zek
Beth-o'ron,

Be'zer, or
Beth-pa'let Boz'ra
Beth-paz’zez Be'zeth
Beth-pe'or Bi-a'tas
Beth'phage

Bich'ri
Beth'phe-let

Bid'kar
Beth'ra-bah Big'tha
Beth-rab'bim Big than
Beth'ra-pha Big-tha'na
Beth're-hob Big'va-i
Beth-sai'da Bil'dad
Beth'sa.mos Bile-am
Beth'san
Beth'shan
Beth-she'an Bilha, or
Beth'she-mesh Bil’hah
Beth'she-mite Bilhan
Beth'shit-tah Bil'shan
Beth'si-mos Bim'hal
Beth-tap'pu-ah Bi-ne'a
Beth-su'ra

Bin'nu-i
Beth'u-el

Bir'sha

Bir'za.vith
Bish'lam
Bith-i'ah
Bith'ron
Bith-yn'ia
Biz-i-jo-thi?ah
Biz-i-jo-thi'jah
Biz-joth'jah
Biz'tha
Blas'tus
Bo-a-ner'ges
Bo'az, or
Bo'oz
Boc'cas
Boch'e-ru
Bo'chim
Bo'han
Bo'oz
Bo'rith
Bos'cath
Bo'sor
Bos'o-ra
Bosrah
Boʻzez
Boz'kath
Boz'rah
Brig'an-dine
Buk'ki
Buk-ki'ah
Bu'nah
Bun'ni
Bu'zi
Bu'zite

Bilgah
Bil'ga-i

a work, a good authority. The Scripture Proper Names by Messrs. Fulton and Knight are nearly an exact copy of Mr. Walker's, therefore no authority at all.

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Cala-mus

Cab'bon

Car-à-ba'si-on Cab'ham

Carcas Ca'bul

Car'cha-mis Cad'dis

Car'che-mish Ca'des. Bar'ne Ca.re'ah Ca'desh

Ca-ri'a Cad'mi el

Car-ma'ni an Cæ'sar

Car'me Cai'a-phas Car'mel Cain, Kane Car'mel-ite Cai'nan

Car'mel-ite-ess Cai'rite

Carmi Ca'lah

Car'mite Ca-lam-ba-lus Car'na-im

Car'ni-on Calcol

Car'pus Caldees

Car-she'na Ca'leb

Cas-i-phia
Caʼleb Eph'ra-tah | Cas'leu
Cal'i. tas

Cas'lu-him
Cal-lis'the-nies Cas'phon
Cai'neh
Cal’neth

Cas'pis,
Cal'no
Calpli

Casophin
Calva-ry

Cas'tor
Ca'mon

Cath'u-a
Ca'na

Ce'dron - Ca'naan

Ceilan
Can'aan-ite Ce-le-mi'a
Can'da-ce

Ce'lo-Syr'i-a
Can'neh

Cen'chre-a
Can'veh

Cen-de-be'us
Cap er'na-um Cen-tu'ri.on
Caph-ar-sala-ma

Ce'phas
Ca-phen'a-tha Ceras
Ca-phiora

Ces-a-re'a
Caph'tor

Ce'tab
Caph'tho-rim Cha'bris
Cap-pa-do'ci-a Cha-di'as

Che-reas Clial-ced'o-ny Chal'col Chal-de'a Chal-dean Chal'dees Cha'naan Cha'nes Chan-u ne'us Char-a-ath'a-lar Char'a.ca Char'a-sim Char'cus Cha-re'a Char'mis Char'ran Chas'e-ba Che'bar Che.der-la'o.mer Che-dor-la'o mer Che'lal Chelci-as Chei'li-an Chel'lub Chelluh Chellus Che'lod Che'lub Che-lu'bai Che-lu'bar Chem'a-rim Che'mosh Che-na'a.nah Chen-a'ni Che-na-ni'ah Che'phar Ha-am'

mo-nai Che-phi’rah Che'ran Che-re'as

Cas'phor

or

Chereth-im
Cher'eth-ite
Che'rith, or
Cherish
Cher'ub
Cher'u-bim
Ches'a-lon
Che'sed
Che'sib
Che'sil
Che'sud
Che-sul'loth
Chetti-im
Chet tim
Che'zib
Chi'don
Chil'e-ab
Chili-on
Chilmad
Chimn'ham
Chin'ner-eth
Chios
Chis'leu, or
Cas'leu, or
Cis'leu
Chisolon
Chis'loth Ta'bor
Chittim
Chi'un
Chlo'e
Choʻba
Cho-bai
Cho-ra'sin, or

Cho-ra'shan, or
Cho-racin
Chos-a-me'us
Cho-ze'ba
CHRIST
Chron'i-cle
Chrys'o-lite
Chrysopra-sus
Chub
Chun
Chu'sa, or
Chu'za
Chush'an-Rish-a-

tha'im
Chysi
Ci-li'ci-a
Cin'ner-eth, or
Cin'ner-óth
Cir'a-ma
Cis
Cis'a-i
Cis'leu
Cit'ims
Clau'da
Clau'di-a
Clau'di-us
Clem'ent
Cle'o-pas
Clo'e
Cni'dus, Ni'dus
Coola
Col-hoʻzeh
Co-li'us

Co-los'se
Co-loss'ian
Co'ni-ah
Con-o-ni'ah
Co'os
Cor'be
Corban
Core
Co'rinth
Co-rinthian
Cor-ne'li-us
Co'sam
Cou'tha
Coz'bi
Cra'tes
Cres'cens
Crete
Cre'ti-an
Crispus
Cu'shan
Cu-shan-Rish-a-

tha'im
Cu'shi
Cu'thah
Cu-the'an
Cy'a-mon
Cypri-an
Cy'prus
Cy-re'ne
Cy-re'ni-an
Cy-re'ni-us
Cy'rus

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Dam'a-ris
Dam'as-cenes
Dam-as'cus
Dan'ite
Dan-ja'an
Dan'iel
Dan'nal
Dan'o-brath
Daph'ne
Da'ra
Dar'da
Da-ri'an
Da-ri'us
Dar'kon
Da'than
Dath'e-ma
Dath'man
Da'vid
De'bir
Deb'o-rah
De-cap'o-lis
De'dan
Ded'a-nim
De'ha-vite
De'kar

Del-a-i'ah
De'lus
De'mas
De-me'tri-us
Dem'o-phon
Der'be
Des'sau
Deu'el
Deu-ter-on'o-my
Di-a'na
Dib'la-im
Dib'lath
Di'bon
Di'bon Gad
Dib'ri
Dib'za-hab, or
Diz'a-hab
Di'drachm
Did'y-mus
Dik'lah, or
Dildah
Dil-e'an
Dim'nah
Di'mon
Di-mo'nah

Dinah
Din'a-ite
Din'ha-bah
Di-o-nys'i-us
Di-os-co-rin'thi-us
Dis'cus
Di'shan
Di'shon
Diz'a-hab
Do'cus
Dodai
Doda-nim
Doda-vah
Do'do
Do'eg
Doph'kah
Do'ra
Dor'cas
Do-rym'e-nes
Do-sith'e-us
Do-tha'im
Do'than
Dru-sil'la
Du'mah
Du'ra

EC

EL

F'a-nas
E'a-nes
E'bal
E'bed
E'bed-me'lech
Eb-en-e'zer
E'ber
E-bi'a-saph
E-bro'nah
E-ca'nus
Ec-bata-na
Ec-bat'a-ne
Ec-cle-si-as'tes

EG
Ec-cle-si-as'ti-cus Egypt
E'dar

E-gyptian
Eddi-as

E'hi
E'den

E'hud
E'der

E'ker
E'des

Ek're-bel
Ed'na

Ek'ron
E'dom

Ek'ron-ite
Ed'om-ite

E'la
Ed're-i

Ela-dah
Egʻlah

E'la
Egʻla-im

E'lam
Eg'lon

El'am-ite

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