Surged perusing: "Threescore" signifies "60." "score" was a (to some degree) graceful approach to say "20" in the midst of antiquated English. We actually utilize the lovely term "dozen" for twelve, and some even still use "net" for 144 (12 x 12). "Threescore" just methods 3x20, or 60.
A threescore year is 20 years.
three hundred and sixty-six
A Score is twenty (20) so threescore would be sixty (60).
It is: 1260 days because threescore days are 60 days.
Threescore is 60 score = 20 x 3 = 60 60 and 2 62 years
A score is the same as 20, so threescore is 20x3=60 A cubit is an ancient form of measurement of length based of the length of the forearm. This, of course, means that the actual length of a cubit depends on average lengths. which is about 18-22 in. long. Thus, threescore cubits equals anywhere from 1080-1320 In.
One score is 20 units (could be hours, days or years), thus threescore years is 60 years.
It is not necessarily a 'Biblical' meaning as a score is an accepted number in mathematics. One score = 20, so therefore threescore = 60
Threescore. A score is twenty.
It is: 160 years
Not sure, but if it is on the test the answer is 70.
threepence, threepenny, threescore, threesome
Yes. Genesis 5:27 reads as follows: "And these are the days of the years of Abraham's life which he lived, an hundred threescore and fifteen years." Threescore and fifteen = 60 + 15 = 75.
In the Bible, threescore and fifteen years means twenty times three plus fifteen. A score was twenty so threescore was sixty plus fifteen, which is 85.