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Going


GO'ING, participle present tense [from go.] Moving; walking; traveling; turning; rolling; flying; sailing, etc.

GO'ING, noun The act of moving in any manner.

1. The act of walking.

2. Departure.

3. Pregnancy.

4. Procedure; way; course of life; behavior; deportment; used chiefly in the plural.

His eyes are on the ways of man, and he seeeth all his goings. Job 34:21.

5. Procedure; course of providential agency or government.

They have seen thy goings, O God; even the goings of my God, my King, in the sanctuary. Psalms 68:24.

Going out,

Goings out, In scripture, utmost extremity or limit; the point where an extended body terminates. Numbers 34:5.9.

1. Departure or journeying. Numbers 33:2.