Quail (coturnix). See QUAIL (selav).
Quail d. natural delight by means of which is good, and, in the opposite sense, the delight of concupiscence in which is evil, 8452.
Quarrel, To. See To DISPUTE.
In the other life the quarter is determined by everyone's love, because he turns himself to it, 10420:3.
To the right from the sun is the south in heaven, to the left is the north, in front is the east, even to the west, 10189:2.
The quarters of the world d. states of good and truth: shown, 3708:2.
See EAST, WEST, SOUTH and NORTH.
The quarters d. goods and truths in order, 9642:10, 9668.
See WIND, also EAST, WEST, SOUTH, and NORTH.
Queen. See under KING.
Question. See To ASK.
Quick. See SWIFT.
Quickly and hastily d. that there are several things, and therefrom what is certain and full, 5284.
To hasten d. from the inmost, 5690;
what is certain, 6783;
from an excited affection, 7695.
Haste d. affection, 7866.
Quinate, To. See TO TAKE A FIFTH.
Quiver (pharetra). See Bow.