for: Luk 11:42
anise: Gr. ανηθον [Strong's G432], dill. Dill is a species of plant of the pentandria digynia class, growing native in Spain and Portugal. The root is fusiform and long; stems, erect-groved, jointed, branched, and about two feet in height; leaves, doubly pinnated, sweet and odorous; flowers, flat, terminal umbels; corolla, five ovate, concave, yellow petals, with apexes inflected; germen, like that of fennel; seeds, scarcely the length of a carraway seed, but broader and flatter, of a brown colour, aromatic, sweetish odour, and warmish, pungent taste.
cummin: Gr. κυμινομ [Strong's G2951] Cummin is a plant of the same class as dill: it rises eight or ten inches on a slender round procumbent, branching stem; leaves, a dark green, narrow, linear, and pointed; flowers, purple, in numerous four rayed umbels; corolla, five unequal petals, inflected, and notched at the apex; seeds, oblong, striated, of a brown colour, strong, heavy odour, and warm, bitterish taste.
the weightier: Mat 9:13, Mat 12:7, Mat 22:37-40, 1Sa 15:22, Pro 21:3, Jer 22:15, Jer 22:16, Hos 6:6, Mic 6:8, Gal 5:22, Gal 5:23
these: Mat 5:19, Mat 5:20
Reciprocal: Lev 11:42 - goeth upon the belly Lev 27:30 - General Jos 11:15 - he left nothing Pro 3:3 - mercy Ecc 7:16 - Be not Isa 5:7 - he looked Isa 10:1 - Woe Isa 59:8 - no Amo 4:5 - for Zec 7:9 - saying Mat 5:24 - and then Mat 15:7 - hypocrites Mat 22:36 - General Mat 23:4 - General Mar 2:24 - why Mar 7:2 - they found Mar 12:28 - Which Luk 6:2 - Why Luk 10:37 - He that Luk 18:12 - I give Joh 18:28 - and they Gal 6:13 - keep 2Th 3:2 - for