“He reached down from on high and took hold of me; he drew me out of deep waters.

Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary

1. (n.) A passer or passer-by; a wayfarer.

2. (n.) A traveler by some established conveyance, as a coach, steamboat, railroad train, etc.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

PASS, PASSAGE, PASSENGER

pas, pas’-aj, pas’-en-jer: “To pass” bears different meanings and corresponds to various words in Hebrew and Greek. It occurs frequently in the phrase “and it came to pass” (literally, “and it was”). This is simply a Hebrew idiom linking together the different paragraphs of a continuous narrative. As a rule “pass” renders the Hebrew word `abhar. This verb has various meanings, e.g. “to pass over” a stream (Genesis 31:21); “to cross” a boundary (Numbers 20:17); “to pass through,” or “traverse,” a country (Numbers 21:22); “to pass on” (Genesis 18:5); “to pass away,” “cease to exist” (Job 30:15). The word is used metaphorically, “to pass over,” “overstep,” “transgress” (Numbers 14:41). In the causative form the verb is used in the phrase “to cause to pass through fire” (Deuteronomy 18:10 2 Kings 16:3). In the King James Version “pass” sometimes has the force of “surpass,” “exceed,” e.g. 2 Chronicles 9:22, “King Solomon passed all the kings of the earth in riches and wisdom”; compare also Ephesians 3:19, “the love of Christ which passeth knowledge,” and Philippians 4:7, “the peace of God, which passeth all understanding.”

Passage in the King James Version renders ma`abhar, or ma`abharah. The former word denotes (1) the ford of a river (Genesis 32:23 King James Version margin); (2) the pass of a mountain range (1 Samuel 13:23). In the only other instance of the use of the shorter form (Isaiah 30:32 margin), the King James Version renders “where the grounded staff shall pass.” A more correct translation would be, “and every sweep (or stroke) of the appointed staff.” The longer form bears both meanings, namely, “ford” (e.g. Joshua 2:7 Judges 3:28, etc.) and “pass” (1 Samuel 14:4 Isaiah 10:29). In Joshua 22:11, the rendering `towards the region opposite the children of Israel’ would be more correct than the King James Version, “at the passage of the children of Israel.” In English Versions of the Bible of Numbers 20:21 “passage” seems to mean “right of way,” and renders the infinitive of the Hebrew verb. In Jeremiah 22:20 the King James Version the word rendered “passage” should be translated “from Abarim” (as in the Revised Version (British and American)), a mountain range in Moab, Northeast of the Dead Sea.

Passenger in the King James Version means a “passer-by.” In Ezekiel 39:11, 14, 15 where the word occurs 4 times in the King James Version, the Revised Version (British and American) translates “them that pass through.”

T. Lewis

Greek

1713. emporos — a passenger on shipboard, a merchant 
 a passenger on shipboard, a merchant. Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine Transliteration:
emporos Phonetic Spelling: (em’-por-os) Short Definition: a merchant 
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1909. epi — on, upon 
 1), charge (1), concerning (4), connection (1), embraced* (2), extent* (2), further*
(3), inasmuch* (1), onto (1), over (57), passenger* (1), point (1  
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4126. pleo — to sail 
 sea, voyage. Word Origin a prim. word Definition to sail NASB Word Usage
passenger* (1), sail (1), sailing (4). sail. Another form  
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5117. topos — a place 
 word Definition a place NASB Word Usage areas (1), locality (1), occasion (1),
opportunity (2), parts (1), passenger* (1), place (75), places (6), reef (1 
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Strong’s Hebrew

1870. derek — way, road, distance, journey, manner
 course of life or mode of action, often adverb — along, away, because of, + by,
conversation, custom, (east-)ward, journey, manner, passenger, through, toward  
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Library

Book 1 Footnotes: 
 Jews were called Hebrews from this their progenitor Heber, our author Josephus here
rightly affirms; and not from Abram the Hebrew, or passenger over Euphrates  
/…/josephus/the antiquities of the jews/book 1 footnotes .htm

The Ship on Fire –A Voice of Warning 
 A passenger perceives a smell of fire; the warning cry is raised. As yonder ship
must be burned up, and every passenger who cannot leave its burning deck must.  
/…/spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 10 1864/the ship on firea voice.htm

The Signs 
 father. On a certain occasion this Epitherses happened to be apassenger
on board a ship which got becalmed among the Echinades.  
/…/stalker/the trial and death of jesus christ/chapter xxi the signs.htm

The Next Morning Diamond was up Almost as Early as Before. … 
 However, there being no block, not even in Nightingale Lane, he reached the entrance
of the wharf, and set down his passenger without annoyance.  
/…/macdonald/at the back of the north wind/chapter 26 the next morning.htm

To the Rev. A. Brandram. 
 whenever it pleases them, stop the courier, burn the vehicle and letters, murder
the paltry escort which attends, and carry away any chancepassenger to the  
/…/borrow/letters of george borrow/to the rev a brandram 59.htm

“For to be Carnally Minded is Death; but to be Spiritually Minded  
 our diligence, and push on the harder in our walk or race, that so we may come in
time to our place of rest; and that same should make the passengergive an  
/…/binning/the works of the rev hugh binning/sermon xix for to be.htm

Letter cxxv. To Rusticus. 
 certain facts upon your mind; that, like a skilled sailor who has been through many
shipwrecks, I am anxious to caution an inexperienced passenger of the risks  
/…/jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter cxxv to rusticus.htm

Letter i. To Innocent. 
 The task is beyond me, and yet I dare not decline it. I am a mere unskilled passenger,
and I find myself placed in charge of a freighted ship.  
/…/jerome/the principal works of st jerome/letter i to innocent.htm

Remaining and Falling Asleep 
 well laden is steady. The heart that has Christ for a passenger need not
fear being rocked by any storm. Calmness will come with  
/…/romans corinthians to ii corinthians chap v/remaining and falling asleep.htm

The City of Gold 
 Or again, the passenger was obliged to step aside so that some lady might go by
in her litter, escorted by her household, from the handicraft slaves and the  
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Thesaurus

Passenger (1 Occurrence)
 etc. Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. PASS, PASSAGE,PASSENGER. pas  Lewis.
Multi-Version Concordance Passenger (1 Occurrence). Revelation 
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Passage (20 Occurrences)
 PASS, PASSAGE, PASSENGER. pas, pas’-aj, pas’-en-jer: “To pass” bears different
meanings and corresponds to various words in Hebrew and Greek. 
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Pass (1172 Occurrences)
 PASS, PASSAGE, PASSENGER. pas, pas’-aj, pas’-en-jer: “To pass” bears different
meanings and corresponds to various words in Hebrew and Greek. 
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Vessel (118 Occurrences)
 structure made to float upon the water for purposes of navigation; especially, one
that is larger than a common rowboat; as, a war vessel; a passengervessel. 
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Outside (215 Occurrences)
 4. (n.) One who, or that which, is without; hence, an outsidepassenger,
as distinguished from one who is inside. See Inside, n. 3. 
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Wayfarer (4 Occurrences)
 Noah Webster’s Dictionary (n.) One who travels; a traveler; apassenger.
Multi-Version Concordance Wayfarer (4 Occurrences). Judges 
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Inside (185 Occurrences)
 6. (n.) An inside passenger of a coach or carriage, as distinguished from one upon
the outside. Multi-Version Concordance Inside (185 Occurrences). 
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Turret (1 Occurrence)
 mounted. Turrets are used on vessels of war and on land. 4. (n.) The elevated
central portion of the roof of a passenger car. Its 
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Travel (25 Occurrences)
 Revelation 18:17 because in one short hour all this great wealth has been laid waste!’
And every shipmaster and every passenger by sea and the crews and all 
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Deck (8 Occurrences)
 decks. 5. (n.) The upper part or top of a mansard roof or curb roof when
made nearly flat. 6. (n.) The roof of a passenger car. 7 
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Bible Concordance

Passenger (1 Occurrence)

Revelation 18:17 because in one short hour all this great wealth has been laid waste!’ And every shipmaster and every passenger by sea and the crews and all who ply their trade on the sea,
(WEY NAS)

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