Judge - EasyEnglish Bible Dictionary

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Easy English definition for 'judge':

judge ~ (A) ~ a person who must say/decide if another person is good or bad. A person who decides what is right or wrong/what is fair.

judge ~ (A) ~ one of the leaders of Judah after Moses and before Saul.

judge ~ (A) ~ person who can say what or who is right.

judge ~ (A) ~ person with authority to decide and say what is good or bad.

judge ~ (A) ~ say who is right and who is wrong; or, the person that says who is right and who is wrong.

judge ~ (A) ~ to decide whether something is good or bad/right or wrong/fair.

judge ~ (A) ~ to say about other people whether they are good or not.

judge ~ (B) ~ one of the leaders of Israel; they tried to govern as God directed them.

judge ~ (B) ~ to check if someone has done good or bad; the person who checks if a person has done good or bad.

judge ~ (B) ~ to decide and say what is good or bad.

judge ~ (B) ~ to hear and think about; to decide on or form an opinion on.

judge ~ (B) ~ to say about other people whether they are good or not.

More information: 'judge' in the Bible (from over 100 free online books). Our level (A) definitions are simpler than level (B).

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