bear [bearest, bearing, -s, bore, borne, bourne] v
OE 'carry a burden', 'bring forth fruit'.
- Carry; deliver; transport; convey in the arms.
- Include; entail; consist of.
- Serve; give; administer; dispense.16/A13-8 I would distill a cup – / and bear to all my friends, / drinking to her
- Ponder; contemplate; regard; figure out.
- Take; seize; grab; snatch; usurp; confiscate.
- Suffer; withstand; [fig.] have within as a sign of valor.
- Fulfill; complete; answer to; be accountable; have as a duty.
- Disclose; reveal; tell; relate; pronounce; speak; communicate; declare; express; testify; (see John 10:25).
- Contain; hold; suppress; conceal.
- Float; buoy; conduct; support in the flow; carry along on the surface.
- Uphold; hold high; keep upright; maintain with dignity and order.
- Perform; intone; vocalize; sing; play for.
- Honor; esteem; respect; revere; remember; retain; identify with; (see Exodus 28:12; Acts 9:15).
- Present; display; exhibit; manifest; provide; demonstrate; show forth.
- Lift; raise; elevate; [fig.] exalt.
- Look; stare; gaze; inspect; scrutinize; press.
- Appear; seem; have; possess.
- Be known by; take upon as identity; commit in marriage to.
- Endure; undergo; agree to; dutifully tolerate.
- Wear; cover self with; be clothed in.
- Bolster; brace; secure; fortify; reinforce; sustain; undergird; hold up.
- Remove; revoke; withdraw; take away.
- Mother; engender; breed; generate; give birth to.