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  1. the cardinal number that is the sum of six and one Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
  2. being one more than six Scrapingweb Dictionary DB
  3. One more than six; six and one added; as, seven days make one week. Webster Dictionary DB
  4. The number greater by one than six; seven units or objects. Webster Dictionary DB
  5. A symbol representing seven units, as 7, or vii. Webster Dictionary DB
  6. The sum of six and one; the sign representing seven units, as 7 or vii. The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
  7. Consisting of six and one. The Winston Simplified Dictionary. By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer. Published 1919.
  8. Six and one. The Concise Standard Dictionary of the English Language. By James Champlin Fernald. Published 1919.
  9. Sevenfold. Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
  10. Six and one. Seven stars, the Pleiades. Seven dolours, seven sorrowful experiences in the life of the Virgin Mary. Seven sleepers, seven Christians of Ephesus, who were immured in a cave near the city where they fell asleep and awoke again after 200 years. Seven wise men, seven Grecian sages including Periander of Corinth, Solon, and Thales. Seven wonders of the world, the Pyramids, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Temple of Diana at Ephesus, the Mausoleum, the Colossus, the Pharos at Alexandria, and Phidias Statue of Jupiter. See Science and Rishi. Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.
  11. Six units and one more. Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
  12. Being or having seven. Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
  13. The frequent recurrence of certain numbers in the sacred literature of the Hebrews is obvious to the most superficial reader, but seven so far surpasses the rest, both in the frequency with which it recurs and in the importance of the objects with which it is associated, that it may fairly be termed the representative symbolic number. The influence of the number seven was not restricted to the Hebrews; it prevailed among the Persians, ancient Indians, Greeks and Romans. The peculiarity of the Hebrew view consists in the special dignity of the seventh, and not simply in that of seen. The Sabbath being the seventh day suggested the adoption of seven as the coefficient, so to say, for their appointment of all sacred periods; and we thus find the 7th month ushered in by the Feast of Trumpets, and signalized by the celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles and the Great Day of Atonement; 7 weeks as the interval between the Passover and the Pentecost; the 7th year as the sabbatical year; and the year: succeeding 7X7 years as the Jubilee year. Seven days were appointed as the length of the feasts of Passover and Tabernacles; 7 days for the ceremonies of the consecration of priests, and so on; 7 victims to be offered on any special occasion, as in Balaams sacrifice. ( Numbers 23:1 ) and especially at the ratification of a treaty, the notion of seven being embodied in the very term signifying to swear, literally meaning to do seven times. ( Genesis 31:28 ) Seven is used for any round number, or for completeness, as we say a dozen, or as a speaker says he will say two or three words. biblestudytools.com
  14. This number occurs frequently in Scripture, and in such connections as lead to the supposition that it has some typical meaning. On the seventh day God rested, and hallowed it ( Genesis 2:2 Genesis 2:3 ). The division of time into weeks of seven days each accounts for many instances of the occurrence of this number. This number has been called the symbol of perfection, and also the symbol of rest. "Jacob's seven years' service to Laban; Pharaoh's seven fat oxen and seven lean ones; the seven branches of the golden candlestick; the seven trumpets and the seven priests who sounded them; the seven days' siege of Jericho; the seven churches, seven spirits, seven stars, seven seals, seven vials, and many others, sufficiently prove the importance of this sacred number" (see Leviticus 25:4 ; 1 Samuel 2:5 ; Psalms 12:6 ; 79:12 ; Proverbs 26:16 ; Isaiah 4:1 ; Matthew 18:21 Matthew 18:22 ; Luke 17:4 ). The feast of Passover ( Exodus 12:15 Exodus 12:16 ), the feast of Weeks ( Deuteronomy 16:9 ), of Tabernacles ( 13:15 ), and the Jubilee ( Leviticus 25:8 ), were all ordered by seven. Seven is the number of sacrifice ( 2 Chronicles 29:21 ; Job 42:8 ), of purification and consecration ( Leviticus 42:6 Leviticus 42:17 ; Leviticus 8:11 Leviticus 8:33 ; Leviticus 14:9 Leviticus 14:51 ), of forgiveness ( Matthew 18:21 Matthew 18:22 ; Luke 17:4 ), of reward ( Deuteronomy 28:7 ; 1 Samuel 2:5 ), and of punishment ( Leviticus 26:21 Leviticus 26:24 Leviticus 26:28 ; Deuteronomy 28:25 ). It is used for any round number in such passages as Job 5:19 ; Proverbs 26:16 Proverbs 26:25 ; Isaiah 4:1 ; Matthew 12:45 . It is used also to mean "abundantly" ( Genesis 4:15 Genesis 4:24 ; Leviticus 26:24 ; Psalms 79:12 ). biblestudytools.com
  15. sev'n, adj. and n. six and one.--adj. SEV'EN-FOLD, folded seven times: multiplied seven times.--n. SEV'EN-NIGHT, seven days and nights: a week, the time from one day of the week to the same again--also contr. SENNIGHT (sen'n[=i]t).--adj. SEV'ENTH, last of seven, next after the sixth.--n. one of seven equal parts.--adv. SEV'ENTHLY.--SEVEN CARDINAL, CHIEF, or PRINCIPAL VIRTUES (see CARDINAL); SEVEN CHAMPIONS OF CHRISTENDOM, St George for England, St Andrew for Scotland, St Patrick for Ireland, St David for Wales, St Denis for France, St James for Spain, St Anthony for Italy; SEVEN DEADLY SINS, pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy, and sloth; SEVEN DOLOURS OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY (see DOLOUR); SEVEN FREE ARTS (see ARTS); SEVEN GIFTS OF THE HOLY GHOST, wisdom, understanding, counsel, ghostly strength or fortitude, knowledge, godliness, and the fear of the Lord; SEVEN SAGES, or wise men, Solon of Athens, Thales of Miletus, Pittacus of Mitylene, Bias of Priene in Caria, Chilon of Sparta, Cleobulus tyrant of Lindus in Rhodes, and Periander tyrant of Corinth; SEVEN SLEEPERS, seven Christian youths at Ephesus who took refuge in a cave about 250 A.D. in the persecution of Decius, were walled up by their pursuers, fell into a deep sleep, and only awoke in 447 under Theodosius II.; SEVEN STARS, the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn: the constellation Ursa Major: the Pleiades; SEVEN WISE MASTERS, the most common title given to a famous medieval collection of stories grouped round a central story of the birth, education, and trials of a young prince. Accused like Joseph, he is sentenced to death, but each one of the seven viziers gains a day, out of the fated seven during which the prince may not open his mouth, by two tales against women. At the end of the seventh day the prince is free to speak, and quickly clears his character; SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD, the Pyramids of Egypt, the Hanging (i.e. terraced) Gardens of Babylon, the Temple of Diana at Ephesus, the Statue of Jupiter at Athens by Phidias, the Mausoleum, erected by Artemisia at Halicarnassus, the Colossus at Rhodes, and the Pharos of Alexandria; SEVEN YEARS' WAR (1756-63), the third and severest struggle for the possession of Silesia between Frederick the Great and the Empress Maria Theresa, together with the allies on both sides; it gave Silesia to Frederick, and to England the mastery of North America and India. [A.S. seofon; Dut. zeven, Ger. sieben, Goth. sibun, Gr. hepta, L. septem.] gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  16. One more than six, 7, VII, (often agreeing with understood n., as s. of the men, s. of them, s. o\'clock or s.; one& s., 1/7; s. & six, 7/6; twenty-s. or s.-&-twenty, & so on to s.-&-ninety; was s. last birthday, years old; one-&-sevenpenny &c., costing 1/7 &c.; the s. SAGE s or wise men; the s. sleepers, Christians who fell asleep in a cave while hiding from Decian persecution& woke 200 years later when Roman Empire was Christian; the s. VIRTUEs, deadly sins, WONDERs of the world; s.-league boots, giving wearer power of going 7 leagues at each stride; seventy times s., large indefinite number, w. ref. to Matt. xviii. 22); s.-gills, kind of shark; hence sevenfold a. & adv., seventeen a. & n. (sweet s., age of girlish beauty), seventeenth a. & n. (N.) the number 7, the symbol 7, set of 7 persons or things esp. 7-pipped card, (twice s. is 14; make a large s.; by ss., in sets of 7; at sixes& ss.). [old English] Concise Oxford Dictionary
  17. n. The number greater by one than six; -a symbol representing seven units, as 7 or vii. Cabinet Dictionary

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