Definition of sprout:
tear, outgrowth, escalate, climb, youngling, chap, stock up, dart, fool away, deadhead, shoot up, come out, film, add to, fool, break through, stockpile, scud, cherub, charge, choke, kin, kiddo, bloom, coffee, raise, buy in, kiddie, swarm, hit, erupt, die back, burgeon, grow, chick, feed, step up, rear its (ugly) head, aerial root, bean curd, fritter, bur, anther, cub, spring up, snap, pip, photograph, bean, pour, fritter away, dissipate, bed out, come and go, cross-pollinate, blast, child prodigy, aerate, scoot, runner, burgeon forth, bulb, cross-fertilize, bract, stock, bean sprouts, youth, cocoa butter, soar, carry, teem, drill, blade, bairn, offshoot, bonsai, squirt, reappear, pullulate, dash, chickpea, appear, bourgeon, take root, coffee bean, spud, evolve, imp, stream, crop up, bear, blossom, go through the roof, bine, take shape, double, cocoa bean, broad bean, shoot down, compost, bambino, take, fade, descend on, flash, tendril, appearance, issue, adolescent, loom, frivol away, beanstalk, come up, buck, moppet, black-eyed pea, germinate, go up, shoot, multiply, Midland, boomerang kid, increase, inject, pop up, sprat, whelp, resurface, boll.
- begin (part of speech: verb)
- vegetables (part of speech: noun)
- youngster (part of speech: noun)
- beginning (part of speech: noun)
- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
15: " In those days, and at that time, shall I cause the Sprout of righteousness to grow up unto David," may at once and plainly be considered as an interpretation of the passage before us, and as a commentary upon it; and that so much the more that there, as well as here, all salvation is connected with this Sprout of Jehovah; comp.- "Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. Vol. 2", Ernst Hengstenberg.
- "The Home Acre", E. P. Roe.