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According to Strong's Concordance the word "replenish" is found two times in the KJV. It occurrs in Genesis, 1:28 and 9:1. The Hebrew transliteration is male' with primary biblical usage defined as: 1.to fill, be full (Qal) to be full fulness, abundance (participle) to be full, be accomplished, be ended to consecrate, fill the hand (Niphal) to be filled, be armed, be satisfied to be accomplished, be ended (Piel) to fill to satisfy to fulfill, accomplish, complete to confirm (Pual) to be filled (Hithpael) to mass themselves against. http://www.blbclassic.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?Strongs=H4390&t=KJV In the modern day vernacular it would be more accurately rendered "plenish" or to stock up, fill. Drop the "re".
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