The Hebrew word yará (ירא) means "to be in awe of". The KJV mistranslated it as "fear" probably because in the 17th Century, this was a closer translation.
Also, I don't think you mean "Old English" because that is a different language that went extinct about 800 years BEFORE the King James Bible was written. I think you mean "Early Modern English", which refers to the English of the KJV Bible.
Corrispondere is an Italian equivalent of the English word "correspond."Specifically, the Italian word is the infinitive form of the verb. It translates as "to correspond." The pronunciation is "KOHR-ree-SPOHN-deh-reh."
The English translation is FOR.
The English translation of "asignatura" is "subject" or "course."
English translation of bakasyon: vacation
English translation of ipalaganap: spread
The English translation for rodeo is just "Rodeo"
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English translation of nakapatong: on top
English translation of inaangkop: fitting
The English translation for cuántos is "how many" or "how much".
The English translation of "mujer" is "woman."
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