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King James Dictionary

Lack

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LACK, L. deliquium, which seems to be connected with linquo, to leave, to faint, and with liquo, to melt, liquid, &c.

1. To want to be destitute of not to have or possess.

If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask it of God - James 1 .

2. To blame. Not in use.

LACK,

1. To be in want.

The young lions do lack and suffer hunger. Psalms 34 .

2. To be wanting.

Perhaps there shall lack five of the fifty righteous.

Genesis 18 .

LACK, n. Want destitution need failure.

He that gathered little, had no lack. Exodus 14 .

Lack of rupees is one hundred thousand rupees, which at 55 cents each, amount to fifty five thousand dollars, or at 2s. 6d. sterling, to 12,500 pounds.

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