tree of life
a tree in the Garden of Eden that yielded food giving everlasting life. Gen 2:9; 3:22.
a tree in the heavenly Jerusalem with leaves for the healing of the nations. Rev. 22:2.
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Origin of tree of life
Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400
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tree of life
Old Testament a tree in the Garden of Eden, the fruit of which had the power of conferring eternal life (Genesis 2:9; 3:22)
New Testament a tree in the heavenly Jerusalem, for the healing of the nations (Revelation 22:2)
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