Luke 14:17
And sent his servant at supper time to say to them that were bidden, Come; for all things are now ready.

Luke 17:8
And will not rather say unto him, Make ready wherewith I may sup, and gird thyself, and serve me, till I have eaten and drunken; and afterward thou shalt eat and drink?  (gird def. is to make thy loins ready for action)

1 Corinthians 11:21
For in eating every one taketh before other his own supper: and one is hungry, and another is drunken.

Philippians 4:6
Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

Philippians 4:19
But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.
Revelation 3:20
Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will Come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me.

(Ref) KJV

Definition of SUPPLEMENT – SUP  PLE  MEN  T

1a: something that completes or makes an addition b: dietary supplement

2: a part added to or issued as a continuation of a book or periodical to correct errors or make additions

3: an angle or arc that when added to a given angle or arc equals 180°

Examples of SUPPLEMENT

the supplement to the encyclopedia

First-class accommodation is available for a supplement.


Middle English, from Latin supplementum, from supplēre to fill up, complete

First Known Use: 14th century


Synonyms: accretion, accrual, addendum, addition, augmentation, boost, expansion, gain, increment, more, plus, proliferation, raise, rise, step-up, increase, uptick


A product (substance) taken orally that contains one or more ingredients (as vitamins or amino acids) that are intended to supplement one's diet and are not considered food

Definition of:  SUP

transitive verb: to take or drink in swallows or gulps

intransitive verb: chiefly dialect: to take food and especially liquid food into the mouth a little at a time

Origin of SUP

Middle English suppen, from Old English sūpan, suppan; akin to Old High German sūfan to drink, sip, Old English sopp sop

First Known Use: before 12th century

(Ref. merriam-webster)

Definition of: PLE  A

1:  a legal suit or action

2:  an allegation made by a party in support of a cause: as

a :  an allegation of fact — compare demurrer

b (1) :  a defendant's answer to a plaintiff's declaration in common-law practice (2) :  an accused person's answer to a charge or indictment in criminal practice

c :  a plea of guilty to an indictment

3:  something offered by way of excuse or justification <left early with the plea of a headache>

4:  an earnest entreaty

Examples of: PLE  A

We are making a plea to all companies to stop polluting the environment.

The defendant entered a plea of not guilty.

Origin of PLEA

Middle English ple, plede, from Anglo-French plai, pleit from Medieval Latin placitum, from Latin, decision, decree, from neuter of placitus, past participle of placēre to please, be decided — more at please

First Known Use: 13th century  (Ref. merriam-webster)

Definition of:  MEN

plural of man

Other Legal Terms

actionable, alienable, carceral, chattel, complicity, decedent, larceny, malfeasance, modus operandi

Full Definition of:  MAN

1a (1) :  an individual human; especially :  an adult male human (2) :  a man belonging to a particular category (as by birth, residence, membership, or occupation) —usually used in combination <councilman> (3) :  husband (4) :  lover

b :  the human race :  humankind

c :  a bipedal primate mammal (Homo sapiens) that is anatomically related to the great apes but distinguished especially by notable development of the brain with a resultant capacity for articulate speech and abstract reasoning, is usually considered to form a variable number of freely interbreeding races, and is the sole living representative of the hominid family; broadly :  any living or extinct hominid

d (1) :  one possessing in high degree the qualities considered distinctive of manhood (2) obsolete :  the quality or state of being manly :  manliness

e :  fellow, chap —used as mode of familiar address

f —used interjectionally to express intensity of feeling <man, what a game>

2a :  individual, person <a man could get killed there>

b :  the individual who can fulfill or who has been chosen to fulfill one's requirements <she's your man>

3a :  a feudal tenant :  vassal

b :  an adult male servant or one that serves

c plural :  the working force as distinguished from the employer and usually the management

4a :  one of the distinctive objects moved by each player in various board games

b :  one of the players on a team

5:  an alumnus of or student at a college or university <a Bowdoin man>

6:bChristian Science :  the compound idea of infinite Spirit :  the spiritual image and likeness of God :  the full representation of Mind

7: often capitalized :  police <when I heard the siren, I knew it was the Man — American Speech>

8: often capitalized :  the white establishment :  white society <surprise that any black … should take on so about The Man — Peter Goldman>

9:  one extremely fond of or devoted to something specified <strictly a vanilla ice cream man> — man·less \ˈman-ləs\ adjective — man·like \-ˌlīk\ adjective

— as one man

10:  with the agreement and consent of all :  unanimously  — one's own man

11:  free from interference or control — to a man

12:  without exception

Examples of MAN

He was a shy boy, but he grew to be a strong and confident man.

He's a grown man now.

The movie is popular with men and women.

Don't cry, little boy: be a man!

Are you man enough to meet the challenge?

Origin of MAN

Middle English, from Old English man, mon human being, male human; akin to Old High German man human being, Sanskrit manu

First Known Use: before 12th century  (Ref. merriam-webster)

Definition of:  “ T ” “ t”

1: “ t “  noun, often capitalized often attributive \ˈtē\

: the 20th letter of the English alphabet, plural t's or ts \ˈtēz\

Full Definition of “ T “

1 a :  the 20th letter of the English alphabet

b:  a graphic representation of this letter

c:  a speech counterpart of orthographic t

2:  a graphic device for reproducing the letter t

3:  one designated t especially as the 20th in order or class

4:  something shaped like the letter T

5:  t formation

6:  technical foul — to a T short for to a tittle :  to perfection

First Known Use of T before 12th century

2t: abbreviation

Definition of T

1 metric ton, 2 tablespoon, 3 teaspoon , 4 technical, 5 temperature

6 [Latin tempore] in the time of  (time of application or doing the action, a form of pastence)

7 tense , 8 tertiary , 9 time , 10 ton , 11 township , 12 transitive, 13 troy,

14 true  (Ref. merriam-webster)


Definition of Vitamin / vi·ta·min / Vital men

Noun: ˈvī-ta-men, British usually ˈvi-\

1: a natural substance that is usually found in foods and that helps your body to be healthy.

2: a pill containing vitaminsCloseStyle: MLA APA Chicago

Full Definition of VITAMIN  /  Vita· men

:  any of various organic substances that are essential in minute quantities to the nutrition of most animals and some plants, act especially as coenzymes and precursors of coenzymes in the regulation of metabolic processes but do not provide energy or serve as building units, and are present in natural foodstuffs or sometimes produced within the body.  (semen) 

Examples of VITAMIN

This cereal contains essential vitamins and minerals.

Did you remember to take your vitamin?

Origin of VITAMIN

alteration of vitamine, from Latin vita life + English amine

First Known Use: circa 1912

Full Definition of VITAL

1a :  existing as a manifestation of life

b :  concerned with or necessary to the maintenance of life <vital organs> <blood and other vital fluids>

2:  full of life and vigor :  animated

3:  characteristic of life or living beings

4a :  fundamentally concerned with or affecting life or living beings: as

 (1) :  tending to renew or refresh the living :  invigorating

 (2) :  destructive to life :  mortal  (everlasting)

b :  of the utmost importance <a vital clue> <vital resources>

5:  recording data relating to lives

6:  of, relating to, or constituting the staining of living tissues

Origin of VITAL

Middle English, from Latin vitalis of life, from vita life; akin to Latin vivere to live — more at quick

First Known Use: 14th century             (Ref. merriam-webster)