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King James Dictionary [1]

Thing n. The primary sense of thing is that which comes, falls or happens, like event, from L. evenio.

1. An event or action that which happens or falls out, or that which is done, told or proposed. This is the general signification of the word in the Scriptures as after these things, that is, events.

And the thing was very grievous in Abraham's sight, because of his son.  Genesis 21

Then Laban and Bethuel answered and said, the thing proceedeth from the Lord.  Genesis 24

And Jacob said, all these things are against me.  Genesis 42

I will tell you by what authority I do these things.  Matthew 21

These things said Esaias when he saw his glory.  John 12 .

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2. Any substance that which is created any particular article or commodity.

He sent after this manner ten asses laden with the good things of Egypt--  Genesis 42

They took the things which Micah had made.  Judges 18 .

3. An animal as every living thing every creeping thing.  Genesis 1

This application of the word is improper, but common in popular and vulgar language.

4. A portion or part something.

Wicked men who understand any thing of wisdom--

5. In contempt.

I have a thing in prose.

6. Used of persons in contempt.

See, sons, what things you are,

The poor thing sigh'd.

I'll be this abject thing no more.

7. Used in a sense of honor.

I see thee here,

Thou noble thing!

Webster's Dictionary [2]

(1): ( n.) A portion or part; something.

(2): ( n.) Whatever exists, or is conceived to exist, as a separate entity, whether animate or inanimate; any separable or distinguishable object of thought.

(3): ( n.) Alt. of Ting

(4): ( n.) An inanimate object, in distinction from a living being; any lifeless material.

(5): ( n.) Whatever may be possessed or owned; a property; - distinguished from person.

(6): ( n.) A transaction or occurrence; an event; a deed.

(7): ( n.) A diminutive or slighted object; any object viewed as merely existing; - often used in pity or contempt.

(8): ( n.) Clothes; furniture; appurtenances; luggage; as, to pack or store one's things.

(9): ( n.) In Scandinavian countries, a legislative or judicial assembly.

The Nuttall Encyclopedia [3]

Name for a legislative or judicial assembly among the Scandinavians.