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chestchest (?), n. [as. ce?st.] strife; contention; controversy. [obs.] plowman.chest chest (?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. chested.] 1. to deposit in a chest; to hoard. 2. to place in a coffin. [obs.] he dieth and is chested. 1. 26 (heading).chest chest (ch&ebreve;st), n. [oe. chest, chist, as. cest, cist, cyst, l. cista, fr. gr. ki`sth. cf. cist, cistern.] 1. a large box of wood, or other material, having, like a trunk, a lid, but no covering of skin, leather, or cloth. heaps of money crowded in the chest. 2. a coffin. [obs.] he is now dead and mailed in his cheste. 3. the part of the body inclosed by the ribs and breastbone; the thorax. 4. (com.) a case in which certain goods, as tea, opium, etc., are transported; hence, the quantity which such a case contains. 5. (mech.) a tight receptacle or box, usually for holding gas, steam, liquids, etc.; as, the steam chest of an engine; the wind chest of an organ.   similar words(19) 

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(v. i.)

To place in a coffin.  

(v. i.)

To deposit in a chest; to hoard.  

(n.)

The part of the body inclosed by the ribs and breastbone; the thorax.  

(n.)

Strife; contention; controversy.  

(n.)

A tight receptacle or box, usually for holding gas, steam, liquids, etc.; as, the steam chest of an engine; the wind chest of an organ.  

(n.)

A large box of wood, or other material, having, like a trunk, a lid, but no covering of skin, leather, or cloth.  

(n.)

A coffin.  

(n.)

A case in which certain goods, as tea, opium, etc., are transported; hence, the quantity which such a case contains.  

Noun1. the part of the human body between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates (synonym) thorax, pectus (hypernym) body part (hyponym) female chest (part-holonym) torso, trunk, body (part-meronym) sternum, breastbone2. box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy (hypernym) box (hyponym) Ark, ark of the covenant (part-meronym) lid3. furniture with drawers for keeping clothes (synonym) chest of drawers, bureau, dresser (hypernym) furniture, piece of furniture, article of furniture (hyponym) chiffonier, commode (part-meronym) drawer

araid, ciste, cófra

Arch = n. a request, a petition, a demand, n. a trunk, or chest, a. chief, topmost, principal

Cist = n. a chest, a coffer

Cistan = n. a small chest

Cistfaen = n. a stone chest

Coffor = n. chest, coffer

Prenfol = n. a wooden chest

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something that if one eats this or drinks this he will become a man or fill himself fitter, stronger



By this word are translated in the authorized version two distinct hebrew terms: → Aron ; this is invariably used for the ark of the covenant, and, with two exceptions, for that only. the two exceptions alluded to are (a) the "coffin" in which the bones of joseph were carried from Egypt, (Genesis 50:26) and (b) the "chest" in which Jehoiada the priest collected the alms for the repairs of the temple. (2 kings 12:9,10; 2 chronicles 24:8-11) → Genazim, "chests." (Ezekiel 27:24) only.   

(Heb. 'aron, generally rendered "ark"), the coffer into which the contributions for the repair of the temple were put (2 kings 12:9, 10; 2 Chr. 24:8, 10, 11). In Gen. 50:26 it is rendered "coffin." In Ezek. 27:24 a different hebrew word, genazim (plur.), is used. It there means "treasure-chests." chestnut tree (Heb. 'armon; i.e., "naked"), mentioned in connection with Jacob's artifice regarding the cattle (Gen. 30:37). It is one of the trees of which, because of its strength and beauty, the assyrian empire is likened (Ezek. 31:8; R.V., "plane trees"). It is probably the oriental plane tree (Platanus orientalis) that is intended. It is a characteristic of this tree that it annually sheds its outer bark, becomes "naked." the chestnut tree proper is not a native of Palestine.

the chest is a part of the anatomy of humans and various other animals.

arca archa, armarium

fear of angina, choking or narrowness

respiratory system

traditional container made of wood with a metal lining used to ship tea from tea estates.

tuf

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Word analysis of chest

Length5
Vocalschest
Consonantschest
MD514952ea782ad87d7e30059fa3cc516f1
SHA1be3ee18195b6baa66ecfeb1e4aa2e31a6cdde4ca