King James Bible Dictionary

King James Bible Dictionary

King James Bible Dictionary

Bible Usage:

  • locust used 11 times.
  • locusts used 17 times.
  • First Reference: Exodus 10:19
  • Last Reference: Joel 2:25

Dictionaries:

  • Included in Eastons: Yes
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: Yes
  • Included in Smiths: Yes
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: No
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

  • H6767 Used 1 time
  • H697 Used 9 times

There are ten Hebrew words used in Scripture to signify locust. In the New Testament locusts are mentioned as forming part of the food of John the Baptist (Matthew 3:4; Mark 1:6). By the Mosaic law they were reckoned “clean,” so that he could lawfully eat them. The name also occurs in Revelation 9:3, 7, in allusion to this Oriental devastating insect.

Locusts belong to the class of Orthoptera, i.e., straight-winged. They are of many species. The ordinary Syrian locust resembles the grasshopper, but is larger and more destructive. “The legs and thighs of these insects are so powerful that they can leap to a height of two hundred times the length of their bodies. When so raised they spread their wings and fly so close together as to appear like one compact moving mass.” Locusts are prepared as food in various ways. Sometimes they are pounded, and then mixed with flour and water, and baked into cakes; “sometimes boiled, roasted, or stewed in butter, and then eaten.” They were eaten in a preserved state by the ancient Assyrians.

The devastations they make in Eastern lands are often very appalling. The invasions of locusts are the heaviest calamites that can befall a country. “Their numbers exceed computation- the hebrews called them the countless,’ and the Arabs knew them as the darkeners of the sun.’ Unable to guide their own flight, though capable of crossing large spaces, they are at the mercy of the wind, which bears them as blind instruments of Providence to the doomed region given over to them for the time. Innumerable as the drops of water or the sands of the seashore, their flight obscures the sun and casts a thick shadow on the earth (Exodus 10:15; Judges 6:5; 7:12; Jeremiah 46:23; Joel 2:10). It seems indeed as if a great aerial mountain, many miles in breadth, were advancing with a slow, unresting progress. Woe to the countries beneath them if the wind fall and let them alight! They descend unnumbered as flakes of snow and hide the ground. It may be like the garden of Eden before them, but behind them is a desolate wilderness. At their approach the people are in anguish; all faces lose their colour’ (Joel 2:6). No walls can stop them; no ditches arrest them; fires kindled in their path are forthwith extinguished by the myriads of their dead, and the countless armies march on (Joel 2:8, 9). If a door or a window be open, they enter and destroy everything of wood in the house. Every terrace, court, and inner chamber is filled with them in a moment. Such an awful visitation swept over Egypt (Exodus 10:1-19), consuming before it every green thing, and stripping the trees, till the land was bared of all signs of vegetation. A strong north-west wind from the Mediterranean swept the locusts into the Red Sea.”, Geikie’s Hours, etc., ii., 149.

a well-known insect, of the grasshopper family, which commits terrible ravages on vegetation in the countries which it visits. “The common brown locust is about three inches in length, and the general form is that of a grasshopper.” The most destructive of the locust tribe that occur in the Bible lands are the (Edipoda migratoria and the Acridium peregrinum ; and as both these species occur in Syria and Arabia, etc., it is most probable that one or other is denoted in those passages which speak of the dreadful devastations committed by these insects. Locusts occur in great numbers, and sometimes obscure the sun. (Exodus 10:15; Judges 6:5; Jeremiah 46:23) Their voracity is alluded to in (Exodus 10:12,15; Joel 1:4,7) They make a fearful noise in their flight. (Joel 2:5; Revelation 9:9) Their irresistible progress is referred to in (Joel 2:8,9) They enter dwellings, and devour even the woodwork of houses. (Exodus 10:6; Joel 2:9,10) They do not fly in the night. (Nahum 3:17) The sea destroys the greater number. (Exodus 10:19; Joel 2:20) The flight of locusts is thus described by M. Olivier (Voyage dans l’ Empire Othoman , ii. 424): “With the burning south winds (of Syria) there come from the interior of Arabia and from the most southern parts of Persia clouds of locusts (Acridium peregrinum), whose ravages to these countries are as grievous and nearly as sudden as those of the heaviest hail in Europe. We witnessed them twice. It is difficult to express the effect produced on us by the sight of the whole atmosphere filled on all sides and to a great height by an innumerable quantity of these insects, whose flight was slow and uniform, and whose noise resembled that of rain: the sky was darkened, and the light of the sun considerably weakened. In a moment the terraces of the houses, the streets, and all the fields were covered by these insects, and in two days they had nearly devoured all the leaves of the plants. Happily they lived but a short time, and seemed to have migrated only to reproduce themselves and die; in fact, nearly all those we saw the next day had paired, and the day following the fields were covered with their dead bodies.” “Locusts have been used as food from the earliest times. Herodotus speaks of a Libyan nation who dried their locusts in the sun and ate them with milk. The more common method, however, was to pull off the legs and wings and roast them in an iron dish. Then they thrown into a bag, and eaten like parched corn, each one taking a handful when he chose.”

Biblical Treasury. Sometimes the insects are ground and pounded, and then mixed with flour and water and made into cakes, or they are salted and then eaten; sometimes smoked; sometimes boiled or roasted; again, stewed, or fried in butter.

LO’CUST, noun [Latin locusta.] An insect of the genus Gryllus. These insects are at times so numerous in Africa and the S. of Asia as to devour every green thing, and when they migrate, they fly in an immense cloud.

LO’CUST, noun A name of several plants and trees; as a species of Melianthus, and of Ceratonia.

LO’CUST-TREE, noun A tree of the genus Hymenaea, and another of the genus Robinia. The Honey-Locust-tree, is of the genus Gleditsia.

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Grasshopper in James & the Giant Peach

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A Journey to Friendship

Have you ever wanted a friend to come over and play at your home after school? Well, in the book James and The Giant Peach, James wanted friends more than anything. He would have loved to have been able to have friends come over and play. Unfortunately, living with two mean aunts who would not allow him to have food at times, never mind friends, causes him great sadness.

James’ journey to find friendship begins when he least expects it. A sack of magical green crystal-like things given to James by a mysterious man leads to the enchantment of a peach tree when Jack accidentally drops the green crystals on the ground. A peach the size of a large house grows in the backyard, and deep within that peach is where the journey to find friendship begins.

Peaches on a peach tree

Where Does James Meet Grasshopper?

James decides to sneak out of his house one evening. When he gets close to the giant peach, he notices a tunnel. After following the tunnel to the pit of the peach, he meets a group of strange, large, talking creatures. At first, James is unsure of what to make of these creatures, but soon after talking with them, he realizes that they aren’t so scary.

Old Green Grasshopper, who is as big as a large dog, is one of the characters who becomes a great friend to James.

A short-horned grasshopper

Characteristics of Grasshopper

A great friend is one who is willing to help you out with whatever you need. Throughout the story, Old Green Grasshopper is like a father figure to James. He is always willing to help him and watch out over James.

Grasshopper is older and has had more worldly experience than the other creatures. This short-horned grasshopper is extremely sophisticated, well-educated, and has good manners. Even when there are arguments that come up with Centipede and Earthworm, Grasshopper can stay calm and sensible.

This well-respected grasshopper also has the gift of music, but sadly doesn’t feel appreciated inside of the peach. Grasshopper is very talented and surprises James with all of the things he can do, such as using his own body to produce music.

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Leviticus 11:22 | View whole chapter | See verse in context Even these of them ye may eat; the locust after his kind, and the bald locust after his kind, and the beetle after his kind, and the grasshopper after his kind.

Numbers 13:33 | View whole chapter | See verse in context And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshopper s, and so we were in their sight.

Judges 6:5 | View whole chapter | See verse in context For they came up with their cattle and their tents, and they came as grasshopper s for multitude; for both they and their camels were without number: and they entered into the land to destroy it.

Judges 7:12 | View whole chapter | See verse in context And the Midianites and the Amalekites and all the children of the east lay along in the valley like grasshopper s for multitude; and their camels were without number, as the sand by the sea side for multitude.

Job 39:20 | View whole chapter | See verse in context Canst thou make him afraid as a grasshopper ? the glory of his nostrils is terrible.

Ecclesiastes 12:5 | View whole chapter | See verse in context Also when they shall be afraid of that which is high, and fears shall be in the way, and the almond tree shall flourish, and the grasshopper shall be a burden, and desire shall fail: because man goeth to his long home, and the mourners go about the streets:

Isaiah 40:22 | View whole chapter | See verse in context It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshopper s; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:

Jeremiah 46:23 | View whole chapter | See verse in context They shall cut down her forest, saith the LORD, though it cannot be searched; because they are more than the grasshopper s, and are innumerable.

Amos 7:1 | View whole chapter | See verse in context Thus hath the Lord GOD shewed unto me; and, behold, he formed grasshopper s in the beginning of the shooting up of the latter growth; and, lo, it was the latter growth after the king’s mowings.

Nahum 3:17 | View whole chapter | See verse in context Thy crowned are as the locusts, and thy captains as the great grasshopper s, which camp in the hedges in the cold day, but when the sun ariseth they flee away, and their place is not known where they are.

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But up on the peach itself, everyone was still happy and excited.

“I wonder where we’ll finish up this time,” the Earthworm said.

” they answered. “Seagulls always go back to the land sooner or later. “

Up and up they went, high above the highest clouds, the peach swaying gently from side to side as it floated along.

“Wouldn’t this be a perfect time for a little music?

” the Ladybug asked. “How about it, Old Grasshopper? “

“With pleasure, dear lady,” the Old-Green-Grasshopper answered, bowing from the waist.

He’s going to play for us!” they cried, and immediately the whole company sat themselves down in a circle around the Old Green Musician – and the concert began.

From the moment that the first note was struck, the audience became completely spellbound.

And as for James, never had he heard such beautiful music as this! In the garden at home on summer evenings, he had listened many times to the sound of grasshoppers chirping in the grass, and he had always liked the noise that they made. But this was a different kind of noise altogether. This was real music – chords, harmonies, tunes, and all the rest of it.

And what a wonderful instrument the Old-Green-Grasshopper was playing upon.

It was like a violin! It was almost exactly as though he were playing upon a violin!

The bow of the violin, the part that moved, was his back leg.

The strings of the violin, the part that made the sound, was the edge of his wing.

He was using only the top of his back leg (the thigh), and he was stroking this up and down against the edge of his wing with incredible skill, sometimes slowly, sometimes fast, but always with the same easy flowing action.

It was precisely the way a clever violinist would have used his bow; and the music came pouring out and filled the whole blue sky around them with magic melodies.

When the first part was finished, everyone clapped madly, and Miss Spider stood up and shouted, “Bravo!

Encore! Give us some more! “

“Did you like that, James?

” the Old-Green-Grasshopper asked, smiling at the small boy.

” James answered. “It was beautiful! It was as though you had a real violin in your hands! “

“AВ realВ violin!

” the Old-Green-Grasshopper cried. “Good heavens, I like that! My dear boy, IВ amВ a real violin! It is a part of my own body! “

“But doВ allВ grasshoppers play their music on violins, the same way as you do?

” James asked him.

“No,” he answered, “not all.

If you want to know, I happen to be a ‘short-horned’ grasshopper. I have two short feelers coming out of my head. Can you see them? There they are. They are quite short, aren’t they? That’s why they call me a ‘short-horn’. And we ‘short-horns’ are the only ones who play our music in the violin style, using a bow. My ‘long-horned’ relatives, the ones who have long curvy feelers coming out of their heads, make their music simply by rubbing the edges of their two top wings together. They are not violinists, they are wing-rubbers. And a rather inferior noise these wing-rubbers produce, too, if I may say so. It sounds more like a banjo than a fiddle. “

“How fascinating this all is!

” cried James. “And to think that up until now I had never evenВ wonderedВ how a grasshopper made his sounds. “

“My dear young fellow,” the Old-Green-Grasshopper said gently, “there are a whole lot of things in this world of ours that you haven’t started wondering about yet.

Where, for example, do you think that I keep my ears? “

Why, in your head, of course.” Everyone burst out laughing.

“You mean you don’t even knowВ that?

“В cried the Centipede.

“Try again,” said the Old-Green-Grasshopper, smiling at James.

“You can’t possibly keep them anywhere else?

“Well – I give up.

WhereВ doВ you keep them? “

“Right here,” the Old-Green-Grasshopper said.

“One on each side of my tummy. “

“Of course it’s true.

What’s so peculiar about that? You ought to see where my cousins the crickets and the katydids keep theirs. “

“Where do they keep them?

One in each front leg, just below the knee. “

“You mean you didn’t know that either?

” the Centipede said scornfully.

“You’re joking,” James said.

“Nobody could possibly have his ears in his legs. “

“Because… because it’s ridiculous, that’s why.

“You know what I think is ridiculous?

” the Centipede said, grinning away as usual. “I don’t mean to be rude, but I think it is ridiculous to have ears on the sides of one’s head. It certainlyВ looksВ ridiculous. You ought to take a peek in the mirror some day and see for yourself. “

” cried the Earthworm. “Why must you always be so rude and rambunctious to everyone? You ought to apologize to James at once. “

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But up on the peach itself, everyone was still happy and excited.

“I wonder where we’ll finish up this time,” the Earthworm said.

” they answered. “Seagulls always go back to the land sooner or later. “

Up and up they went, high above the highest clouds, the peach swaying gently from side to side as it floated along.

“Wouldn’t this be a perfect time for a little music?

” the Ladybug asked. “How about it, Old Grasshopper? “

“With pleasure, dear lady,” the Old-Green-Grasshopper answered, bowing from the waist.

He’s going to play for us!” they cried, and immediately the whole company sat themselves down in a circle around the Old Green Musician – and the concert began.

From the moment that the first note was struck, the audience became completely spellbound.

And as for James, never had he heard such beautiful music as this! In the garden at home on summer evenings, he had listened many times to the sound of grasshoppers chirping in the grass, and he had always liked the noise that they made. But this was a different kind of noise altogether. This was real music – chords, harmonies, tunes, and all the rest of it.

And what a wonderful instrument the Old-Green-Grasshopper was playing upon.

It was like a violin! It was almost exactly as though he were playing upon a violin!

The bow of the violin, the part that moved, was his back leg.

The strings of the violin, the part that made the sound, was the edge of his wing.

He was using only the top of his back leg (the thigh), and he was stroking this up and down against the edge of his wing with incredible skill, sometimes slowly, sometimes fast, but always with the same easy flowing action.

It was precisely the way a clever violinist would have used his bow; and the music came pouring out and filled the whole blue sky around them with magic melodies.

When the first part was finished, everyone clapped madly, and Miss Spider stood up and shouted, “Bravo!

Encore! Give us some more! “

“Did you like that, James?

” the Old-Green-Grasshopper asked, smiling at the small boy.

” James answered. “It was beautiful! It was as though you had a real violin in your hands! “

“AВ realВ violin!

” the Old-Green-Grasshopper cried. “Good heavens, I like that! My dear boy, IВ amВ a real violin! It is a part of my own body! “

“But doВ allВ grasshoppers play their music on violins, the same way as you do?

” James asked him.

“No,” he answered, “not all.

If you want to know, I happen to be a ‘short-horned’ grasshopper. I have two short feelers coming out of my head. Can you see them? There they are. They are quite short, aren’t they? That’s why they call me a ‘short-horn’. And we ‘short-horns’ are the only ones who play our music in the violin style, using a bow. My ‘long-horned’ relatives, the ones who have long curvy feelers coming out of their heads, make their music simply by rubbing the edges of their two top wings together. They are not violinists, they are wing-rubbers. And a rather inferior noise these wing-rubbers produce, too, if I may say so. It sounds more like a banjo than a fiddle. “

“How fascinating this all is!

” cried James. “And to think that up until now I had never evenВ wonderedВ how a grasshopper made his sounds. “

“My dear young fellow,” the Old-Green-Grasshopper said gently, “there are a whole lot of things in this world of ours that you haven’t started wondering about yet.

Where, for example, do you think that I keep my ears? “

Why, in your head, of course.” Everyone burst out laughing.

“You mean you don’t even knowВ that?

“В cried the Centipede.

“Try again,” said the Old-Green-Grasshopper, smiling at James.

“You can’t possibly keep them anywhere else?

“Well – I give up.

WhereВ doВ you keep them? “

“Right here,” the Old-Green-Grasshopper said.

“One on each side of my tummy. “

“Of course it’s true.

What’s so peculiar about that? You ought to see where my cousins the crickets and the katydids keep theirs. “

“Where do they keep them?

One in each front leg, just below the knee. “

“You mean you didn’t know that either?

” the Centipede said scornfully.

“You’re joking,” James said.

“Nobody could possibly have his ears in his legs. “

“Because… because it’s ridiculous, that’s why.

“You know what I think is ridiculous?

” the Centipede said, grinning away as usual. “I don’t mean to be rude, but I think it is ridiculous to have ears on the sides of one’s head. It certainlyВ looksВ ridiculous. You ought to take a peek in the mirror some day and see for yourself. “

” cried the Earthworm. “Why must you always be so rude and rambunctious to everyone? You ought to apologize to James at once. “

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Where does grasshopper come from james

New International Version
We saw the Nephilim there (the descendants of Anak come from the Nephilim). We seemed like grasshoppers in our own eyes, and we looked the same to them.”

New Living Translation
We even saw giants there, the descendants of Anak. Next to them we felt like grasshoppers, and that’s what they thought, too!”

English Standard Version
And there we saw the Nephilim (the sons of Anak, who come from the Nephilim), and we seemed to ourselves like grasshoppers, and so we seemed to them.”

Berean Study Bible
We even saw the Nephilim there—the descendants of Anak that come from the Nephilim! We seemed like grasshoppers in our own sight, and we must have seemed the same to them!”

New American Standard Bible
“There also we saw the Nephilim (the sons of Anak are part of the Nephilim); and we became like grasshoppers in our own sight, and so we were in their sight.”

King James Bible
And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

Christian Standard Bible
We even saw the Nephilim there–the descendants of Anak come from the Nephilim! To ourselves we seemed like grasshoppers, and we must have seemed the same to them.”

Contemporary English Version
In fact, we saw the Nephilim who are the ancestors of the Anakim. They were so big that we felt as small as grasshoppers.”

Good News Translation
and we even saw giants there, the descendants of Anak. We felt as small as grasshoppers, and that is how we must have looked to them.”

Holman Christian Standard Bible
We even saw the Nephilim there–the descendants of Anak come from the Nephilim! To ourselves we seemed like grasshoppers, and we must have seemed the same to them.”

International Standard Version
We also saw the Nephilim, the descendants of Anak. Compared to the Nephilim, as we see things, we’re like grasshoppers, and that’s their opinion of us!”

NET Bible
We even saw the Nephilim there (the descendants of Anak came from the Nephilim), and we seemed liked grasshoppers both to ourselves and to them.”

New Heart English Bible
There we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, who come of the Nephilim: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.”

GOD’S WORD® Translation
We saw Nephilim there. (The descendants of Anak are Nephilim.) We felt as small as grasshoppers, and that’s how we must have looked to them.”

JPS Tanakh 1917
And there we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, who come of the Nephilim; and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.’

New American Standard 1977
“There also we saw the Nephilim (the sons of Anak are part of the Nephilim); and we became like grasshoppers in our own sight, and so we were in their sight.”

Jubilee Bible 2000
And there we saw giants, the sons of Anak, of the race of the giants; and we were in our own sight as locusts, and so we were in their sight.

King James 2000 Bible
And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, who come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

American King James Version
And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

American Standard Version
And there we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, who come of the Nephilim: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

Brenton Septuagint Translation
And there we saw the giants; and we were before them as locusts, yea even so were we before them.

Douay-Rheims Bible
There we saw certain monsters of the sons of Enac, of the giant kind: in comparison of whom, we seemed like locusts.

Darby Bible Translation
and there have we seen giants — the sons of Anak are of the giants — and we were in our sight as grasshoppers, and so we were also in their sight.

English Revised Version
And there we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, which come of the Nephilim: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

Webster’s Bible Translation
And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, who come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

World English Bible
There we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, who come of the Nephilim: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.”

Young’s Literal Translation
and there we saw the Nephilim, sons of Anak, of the Nephilim; and we are in our own eyes as grasshoppers; and so we were in their eyes.’

Genesis 6:4
The Nephilim were on the earth in those days, and afterward as well, when the sons of God had relations with the daughters of men. And they bore them children who became the mighty men of old, men of renown.

Numbers 13:22
They went up through the Negev and came to Hebron, where Ahiman, Sheshai, and Talmai, the descendants of Anak, dwelled. It had been built seven years before Zoan in Egypt.

Numbers 13:28
Nevertheless, the people living in the land are strong, and the cities are large and fortified. We even saw the descendants of Anak there.

Numbers 14:1
Then the whole congregation lifted up their voices and cried out, and that night the people wept.

Deuteronomy 1:28
Where can we go? Our brothers have made our hearts melt, saying: ‘The people are larger and taller than we are; the cities are large, with walls up to the heavens. We even saw the descendants of the Anakim there.'”

Deuteronomy 9:2
The people are strong and tall, the descendants of the Anakim. You know about them and you have heard it sa >

Joshua 11:21
At that time Joshua proceeded to eliminate the Anakim from the hill country of Hebron, Debir, and Anab, and from all the hill country of Judah and of Israel. Joshua devoted them to destruction, along with their cities.

Joshua 14:12
Now therefore give me this hill country that the LORD promised me on that day, for you yourself heard then that the Anakim were there, with great and fortified cities. Perhaps with the LORD’s help I will drive them out, as the LORD has spoken.”

Joshua 15:14
And Caleb drove out from there the three sons of Anak–the descendants of Sheshai, Ahiman, and Talmai, the children of Anak.

Isaiah 40:22
He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth; its dwellers are like grasshoppers. He stretches out the heavens like a curtain, and spreads them out like a tent to live in.

And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, which come of the giants: and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.

Numbers 13:22 And they ascended by the south, and came unto Hebron; where Ahiman, Sheshai, and Talmai, the children of Anak, were. (Now Hebron was built seven years before Zoan in Egypt.)

Deuteronomy 1:28 Whither shall we go up? our brethren have discouraged our heart, saying, The people is greater and taller than we; the cities are great and walled up to heaven; and moreover we have seen the sons of the Anakims there.

Deuteronomy 2:10 The Emims dwelt therein in times past, a people great, and many, and tall, as the Anakims;

1 Samuel 17:42 And when the Philistine looked about, and saw David, he disdained him: for he was but a youth, and ruddy, and of a fair countenance.

Isaiah 40:22 It is he that sitteth upon the circle of the earth, and the inhabitants thereof are as grasshoppers; that stretcheth out the heavens as a curtain, and spreadeth them out as a tent to dwell in:

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