Fugitive

fu'-ji-tiv (paliT, from palaT, "to escape"; na`, from nua`, "to waver"; nophel, from naphal, "to fall"; bariach, beriach and mibhrach, from barach, "to flee"): One who flees from danger (Isa 15:5; Eze 17:21); escapes from bondage (2 Macc 8:35 (as adjective)); deserts from duty (Jg 12:4; 2Ki 25:11 the King James Version; compare Judith 16:12 the King James Version), or wanders aimlessly (Ge 4:12,14).

See a list of verses on FUGITIVES in the Bible.

See the definition of fugitive in the KJV Dictionary

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

 
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