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King James Dictionary [1]

Lose, looz. pret. and pp. lost.

1. To mislay to part or be separated from a thing, so as to have no knowledge of the place where it is as, to lose a book or a paper to lose a record to lose a dollar or a ducat. 2. To forfeit by unsuccessful contest as, to lose money in gaming. 3. Not to gain or win as, to lose a battle, that is, to be defeated. 4. To be deprived of as, to lose men in battle to lose an arm or leg by a shot or by amputation to lose one's life or honor. 5. To forfeit, as a penalty. Our first parents lost the favor of God by their apostasy. 6. To suffer diminution or waste of.

If the salt hath lost its savor, wherewith shall it be salted?  Matthew 5 .

7. To ruin to destroy.

The woman that deliberates is lost.

8. To wander from to miss, so as not to be able to find as, to lose the way. 9. To bewilder.

Lost in the maze of words.

10. To possess no longer to be deprived of contrary to keep as, to lose a valuable trade. 11. Not to employ or enjoy to waste. Titus sighed to lose a day.

Th' unhappy have but hours, but these they lose.

12. To waste to squander to throw away as, to lose a fortune by gaming, or by dissipation. 13. To suffer to vanish from view or perception. We lost sight of the land at noon. I lost my companion in the crowd.

Like following life in creatures we dissect, we lost it in the moment we detect.

14. To ruin to destroy by shipwreck, &c. the albion was lost on the coast of Ireland, april 22,1822. the admiral lost three ships in a tempest. 15. To cause to perish as, to be lost at sea. 16. to employ ineffectually to throw away to waste. Instruction is often lost on the dull admonition is lost on the profligate. It is often the fate of projectors to lose their labor. 17. to be freed from.

His scaly back the bunch has got which Edwin lost before.

18. to fail to obtain.

He shall in no wise lose his reward.  Matthew 5 .

to lose one's self, to be bewildered also, to slumber to have the memory and reason suspended.

Lose, looz.

1. To forfeit any thing in contest not to win.

We'll talk with them too, who loses and who wins who's in, who's out.

2. To decline to fail.

Wisdom in discourse with her loses discountenanced, and like folly shows.

Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types [2]

 Matthew 10:39 (a) The Lord uses this word to describe the results of a wasted life in which there is no profit to God and no profit to the man for eternity. One may be a wonderful man of business or religion, or a prize-winning athlete, and yet have nothing for God or eternity. That life is said to be one that is lost. (See  Matthew 16:25;  Mark 8:35;  Luke 9:24;  John 12:25).

 John 6:39 (a) We learn from this that the Lord Jesus saves the to hell. He is so powerful and His work is so perfect that the sinner is saved for eternity.

Webster's Dictionary [3]

(n. & v.) See Gloze.