|Origin:||from the same as 43|
|In Greek:||agkuran 1, agkurav 3|
|In NET:||anchors 3, an anchor 1|
|In AV:||anchor 4|
|Definition:||1) an anchor
2) metaph. any stay or safeguard
Ancient anchors resembled modern ones in form: they were of iron,
provided with a stock, and with two teeth-like extremities often
but by no means without flukes.
from the same as 43; an "anchor" (as crooked):-anchor.
see GREEK for 43
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