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COVET - kuv'-et ('awah; zeloo, "to desire earnestly," "to set the heart and mind upon anything"): Used in two senses: good, simply to desire earnestly but legitimately. e.g. the King James Version 1 Cor 12:31; 14:39; bad, to desire unlawfully, or to secure illegitimately (batsa`; epithumeo, Rom 7:7; 13:9, etc.); hence, called "lust" (Mt 5:28; 1 Cor 10:6), "concupiscence" (the King James Version Rom 7:8; Col 3:5).

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