Strong's Hebrew Dictionary

Compiled by Josiahs Scott, www.TrueConnection.org Calling The Modern Church to Repentance

4/29/09; 2/17/11; 12/9/14-12/10/14

 

(with a few addendums by Josiahs Scott)

I am in the process of trying to enhance this document, but I hope it is usful in the mean time as it is being developed.

 

 

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H1 אב 'âb awb

A primitive word; father in a literal and immediate, or figurative and remote application: - chief, (fore-) father ([-less]), X patrimony, principal. Compare names in Abi-

 

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H2 אב 'ab ab

(Chaldee); corresponding to H1: - father.

 

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H3 אב 'êb abe

From the same as H24; a green plant: - greenness, fruit.

 

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H4 אב 'êb abe

(Chaldee); corresponding to H3: - fruit.

 

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H5 אבגתא 'ăbagthâ' ab-ag-thaw'

Of foreign origin; Abagtha, a eunuch of Xerxes: - Abagtha.

 

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H6 אבד 'âbad aw-bad'

A primitive root; properly to wander away, that is lose oneself; by implication to perish (causatively, destroy): - break, destroy (-uction), + not escape, fail, lose, (cause to, make) perish, spend, X and surely, take, be undone, X utterly, be void of, have no way to flee.

 

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H7 אבד 'ăbad ab-ad'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H6: - destroy, perish.

 

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H8 אבד 'ôbêd o-bade'

Active participle of H6; (concretely) wretched or (abstractly) destruction: - perish.

 

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H9 אבדה 'ăbêdâh ab-ay-daw'

From H6; concretely something lost; abstractly destruction, that is Hades: - lost. Compare H10.

 

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H10 אבדּה 'ăbaddôh ab-ad-do'

The same as H9, miswritten for H11; a perishing: - destruction.

 

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H11 אבדּון 'ăbaddôn ab-ad-done'

Intensively from H6; abstractly a perishing; concretely Hades: - destruction.

 

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H12 אבדן 'abdân ab-dawn'

From H6; a perishing: - destruction.

 

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H13 אבדן 'obdân ob-dawn'

From H6; a perishing: - destruction.

 

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H14 אבה 'âbâh aw-baw'

A primitive root; to breathe after, that is (figuratively) to be acquiescent: - consent, rest content, will, be willing.

 

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H15 אבה 'âbeh aw-beh'

From H14; longing: - desire.

 

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H16 אבה 'êbeh ay-beh'

From H14 (in the sense of bending towards); the papyrus: - swift.

 

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H17 אבוי 'ăbôy ab-o'ee

From H14 (in the sense of desiring); want: - sorrow.

 

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H18 אבוּס 'êbûs ay-booce'

From H75; a manger or stall: - crib.

 

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H19 אבחה 'ibchâh ib-khaw'

From an unused root (apparently meaning to turn); brandishing of a sword: - point.

 

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H20 אבטּיח 'ăbaṭṭîyach ab-at-tee'-akh

Of uncertain derivation; a melon (only plural): - melon.

 

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H21 אבי 'ăbîy ab-ee'

From H1; fatherly; Abi, Hezekiahs mother: - Abi.

 

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H22 אביאל 'ăbîy'êl ab-ee-ale'

From H1 and H410; father (that is possessor) of God; Abiel, the name of two Israelites: - Abiel.

 

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H23 אביאסף 'ăbîy'âsâph ab-ee-aw-sawf'

From H1 and H622; father of gathering (that is gatherer); Abiasaph, an Israelite: - Abiasaph.

 

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H24 אביב 'âbîyb aw-beeb'

From an unused root (meaning to be tender); green, that is a young ear of grain; hence the name of the month Abib or Nisan: - Abib, ear, green ears of corn.

 

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H25 אבי גבעון 'ăbîy gib‛ôn ab-ee' ghib-one'

From H1 and H1391; father (that is founder) of Gibon; Abi-Gibon, perhaps an Israelite: - father of Gibeon.

 

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H26 אביגל++אביגיל 'ăbîygayil 'ăbîygal ab-ee-gah'yil, ab-ee-gal'

From H1 and H1524; father (that is source) of joy; Abigail or Abigal, the name of two Israelitesses: - Abigal.

 

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H27 אבידן 'ăbîydân ab-ee-dawn'

From H1 and H1777; father of judgment (that is judge); Abidan, an Israelite: - Abidan.

 

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H28 אבידע 'ăbîydâ‛ ab-ee-daw'

From H1 and H3045; father of knowledge (that is knowing); Abida, a son of Abraham by Keturah: - Abida, Abidah.

 

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H29 אביּהוּ אביּה 'ăbîyâh 'ăbîyâhû ab-ee-yaw', ab-ee-yaw'-hoo

From H1 and H3050; father (that is worshipper) of Jah; Abijah, the name of several Israelite men and two Israelitesses: - Abiah, Abijah.

 

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H30 אביהוּא 'ăbîyhû' ab-ee-hoo'

From H1 and H1931; father (that is worshipper) of Him (that is God); Abihu, a son of Aaron: - Abihu.

 

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H31 אביהוּד 'ăbîyhûd ab-ee-hood'

From H1 and H1935; father (that is, possessor) of renown; Abihud, the name of two Israelites: - Abihud.

 

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H32 אביחיל אביהיל 'ăbîyhayil 'ăbîychayil ab-ee-hah'-yil, ab-ee-khah'-yil

(More correct in its second form); from H1 and H2428; father (that is, possessor) of might; Abihail or Abichail, the name of three Israelites and two Israelitesses: - Abihail.

 

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H33 אבי העזרי 'ăbîy hâ‛ezrîy ab-ee'-haw-ez-ree'

From H44 with the article inserted; father of the Ezrite; and Abiezrite or descendant of Abiezer: - Abiezrite.

 

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H34 אביון 'ebyôn eb-yone'

From H14, in the sense of want (especially in feeling); destitute: - beggar, needy, poor (man).

 

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H35 אביּונה 'ăbîyônâh ab-ee-yo-naw'

From H14; provocative of desire; the caper berry (from its stimulative taste): - desire.

 

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H36 אביטוּב 'ăbîyṭûb ab-ee-toob'

From H1 and H2898; father of goodness (that is, good); Abitub, an Israelite: - Abitub.

 

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H37 אביטל 'ăbîyṭal ab-ee-tal'

From H1 and H2919; father of dew (that is, fresh); Abital, a wife of King David: - Abital.

 

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H38 אביּם 'ăbîyâm ab-ee-yawm'

From H1 and H3220; father of (the) sea (that is, seaman); Abijam (or Abijah), a king of Judah: - Abijam.

 

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H39 אבימאל 'ăbîymâ'êl ab-ee-maw-ale'

From H1 and an elsewhere unused (probably foreign) word; father of Mael (apparently some Arab tribe); Abimael, a son of Joktan: - Abimael.

 

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H40 אבימלך 'ăbîymelek ab-ee-mel'-ek

From H1 and H4428; father of (the) king; Abimelek, the name of two Philistine kings and of two Israelites: - Abimelech.

 

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H41 אבינדב 'ăbîynâdâb ab-ee-naw-dawb'

From H1 and H5068; father of generosity (that is, liberal); Abinadab, the name of four Israelites: - Abinadab.

 

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H42 אבינעם 'ăbîynô‛am ab-ee-no'-am

From H1 and H5278; father of pleasantness (that is, gracious); Abinoam, an Israelite: - Abinoam.

 

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H43 אביסף 'ebyâsâph eb-yaw-sawf'

Construction from H23; Ebjasaph, an Israelite: - Ebiasaph.

 

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H44 אביעזר 'ăbîy‛ezer ab-ee-ay'-zer

From H1 and H5829; father of help (that is, helpful); Abiezer, the name of two Israelites: - Abiezer.

 

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H45 אבי־עלבון 'ăbîy-‛albôn ab-ee al-bone'

From H1 and an unused root of uncertain derivation; probably father of strength (that is, valiant); Abialbon, an Israelite: - Abialbon.

 

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H46 אביר 'âbîyr aw-beer'

From H82; mighty (spoken of God): - mighty (one).

 

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H47 אבּיר 'abbîyr ab-beer'

For H46: - angel, bull, chiefest, mighty (one), stout [-hearted], strong (one), valiant.

 

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H48 אבירם 'ăbîyrâm ab-ee-rawm'

From H1 and H7311; father of height (that is, lofty); Abiram, the name of two Israelites: - Abiram.

 

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H49 אבישׁג 'ăbîyshag ab-ee-shag'

From H1 and H7686; father of error (that is, blundering); Abishag, a concubine of David: - Abishag.

 

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H50 אבישׁוּע 'ăbîyshûa‛ ab-ee-shoo'-ah

From H1 and H7171; father of plenty (that is, prosperous); Abishua, the name of two Israelites: - Abishua.

 

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H51 אבישׁוּר 'ăbîyshûr ab-ee-shoor'

From H1 and H7791; father of (the) wall (that is, perhaps mason), Abishur, an Israelites: - Abishur.

 

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H52 אבשׁי אבישׁי 'ăbîyshay 'abshay ab-ee-shah'ee, ab-shah'ee

From H1 and H7862; father of a gift (that is, probably generous); Abishai, an Israelite: - Abishai.

 

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H53 אבשׁלום אבישׁלום 'ăbîyshâlôm 'abshâlôm ab-ee-shaw-lome', ab-shaw-lome'

From H1 and H7965; father of peace (that is, friendly); Abshalom, a son of David; also (the fuller form) a later Israelite: - Abishalom, Absalom.

 

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H54 אביתר 'ebyâthâr eb-yaw-thawr'

Contracted from H1 and H3498; father of abundance (that is, liberal); Ebjathar, an Israelite: - Abiathar.

 

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H55 אבך 'âbak aw-bak'

A primitive root; probably to coil upward: - mount up.

 

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H56 אבל 'âbal aw-bal'

A primitive root; to bewail: - lament, mourn.

 

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H57 אבל 'âbêl aw-bale'

From H56; lamenting: - mourn (er, -ing).

 

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H58 אבל 'âbêl aw-bale'

From an unused root (meaning to be grassy); a meadow: - plain. Compare also the proper names beginning with Abel-.

 

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H59 אבל 'âbêl aw-bale'

From H58; a meadow; Abel, the name of two places in Palestine: - Abel.

 

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H60 אבל 'êbel ay'-bel

From H56; lamentation: - mourning.

 

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H61 אבל 'ăbâl ab-awl'

Apparently from H56 through the idea of negation; nay, that is, truly or yet: - but, indeed, nevertheless, verily.

 

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H62 אבל בּית־מעכה 'âbêl bêyth mă‛akâh aw-bale' bayth ma-a-kaw'

From H58 and H1004 and H4601; meadow of Beth-Maakah; Abel of Beth-Maakah, a place in Palestine: - Abel-beth-maachah, Abel of Beth-maachah.

 

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H63 אבל השּׁטּים 'âbêl hashshiṭṭîym aw-bale' hash-shit-teem'

From H58 and the plural of H7848, with the article inserted; meadow of the acacias; Abel hash-Shittim, a place in Palestine: - Abel-shittim.

 

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H64 אבל כּרמים 'âbêl kerâmîym aw-bale' ker-aw-meem'

From H58 and the plural of H3754; meadow of vineyards; Abel-Keramim, a place in Palestine: - plain of the vineyards.

 

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H65 אבל מחולה 'âbêl mechôlâh aw-bale' mekh-o-law'

From H58 and H4246; meadow of dancing; Abel-Mecholah, a place in Palestine: - Abel-meholah.

 

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H66 אבל מים 'abêl mayim aw-bale' mah'-yim

From H58 and H4325; meadow of water; Abel-Majim, a place in Palestine: - Abel-maim.

 

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H67 אבל מצרים 'âbêl mitsrayim aw-bale' mits-rah'-yim

From H58 and H4714; meadow of Egypt; Abel-Mitsrajim, a place in Palestine: - Abel-mizraim.

 

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H68 אבן 'eben eh'-ben

From the root of H1129 through the meaning, to build; a stone: - + carbuncle, + mason, + plummet, [chalk-, hail-, bead-, sling-] stone (-ny), (divers) weight (-s).

 

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H69 אבן 'eben eh'-ben

(Chaldee); corresponding to H68: - stone.

 

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H70 אבן 'ôben o'-ben

From the same as H68; a pair of stones (only dual); a potters wheel or a midwifes stool (consisting alike of two horizontal disks with a support between): - wheel, stool.

 

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H71

אבנה'ăbânâh ab-aw-naw'

Perhaps feminine of H68; stony; Abanah, a river near Damascus: - Abana. Compare H549.

 

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H72 אבן העזר 'eben hâ‛êzer eh'-ben haw-e'-zer

From H68 and H5828 with the article inserted; stone of the help; Eben ha-Ezer, a place in Palestine: - Ebenezer.

 

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H73 אבנט 'abnêṭ ab-nate'

Of uncertain derivation; a belt: - girdle.

 

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H74 אבינר אבנר 'abnêr 'ăbîynêr ab-nare', ab-ee-nare'

From H1 and H5216; father of light (that is, enlightening); Abner, an Israelite: - Abner.

 

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H75 אבס 'âbas aw-bas'

A primitive root; to fodder: - fatted, stalled.

 

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H76 אבעבּעה 'ăba‛bû‛âh ab-ah-boo-aw'

(By reduplication) from an unused root (meaning to belch forth); an inflammatory pustule (as eruption): - blains.

 

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H77 אבץ 'ebets eh'-bets

From an unused root, probably means to gleam; conspicuous; Ebets, a place in Palestine: - Abez.

 

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H78 אבצן 'ibtsân ib-tsawn'

From the same as H76; splendid; Ibtsan, an Israelite: - Ibzan.

 

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H79 אבק 'âbaq aw-bak'

A primitive root; probably to float away (as vapor), but used only as denominative from H80; to bedust, that is, grapple: - wrestle.

 

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H80 אבק 'âbâq aw-bawk'

From root of H79; light particles (as volatile): - (small) dust, powder.

 

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H81 אבקה 'ăbâqâh ab-aw-kaw'

Feminine of H80: - powder.

 

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H82 אבר 'âbar aw-bar'

A primitive root; to soar: - fly.

 

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H83 אבר 'êber ay-ber'

From H82; a pinion: - [long-] wing (-ed).

 

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H84 אברה 'ebrâh eb-raw'

Feminine of H83: - feather, wing.

 

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H85 אברהם 'abrâhâm ab-raw-hawm'

Contracted from H1 and an unused root (probably meaning to be populous); father of a multitude; Abraham, the later name of Abram: - Abraham.

 

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H86 אברך 'abrêk ab-rake'

Probably an Egyptian word meaning kneel: - bow the knee.

 

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H87 אברם 'abrâm ab-rawm'

Contracted from H48; high father; Abram, the original name of Abraham: - Abram.

 

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H88 אבת 'ôbôth o-both'

Plural of H178; water skins; oboth, a place in the Desert: - Oboth.

 

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H89 אגא 'âgê' aw-gay' Of uncertain derivation compare H90); Age, an Israelite: - Agee.

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H90 אגג 'ăgag ag-ag'

Of uncertain derivation (compare H89); flame; Agag, a title of Amalekitish kings: - Agag.

 

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H91 אגגי 'ăgâgîy ag-aw-ghee'

Patrial or patronymic from H90; an Agagite or descendant (subject) of Agag: - Agagite.

 

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H92 אגדּה 'ăgûddâh ag-ood-daw'

Feminine passive participle of an unused root (meaning to bind); a band, bundle, knot, or arch: - bunch, burden, troop.

 

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H93 אגוז 'ĕgôz eg-oze'

Probably of Persian origin; a nut: - nut.

 

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H94 אגוּר 'âgûr aw-goor'

Passive participle of H103; gathered (that is, received among the sages); Agur, a fanciful name of Solomon: - Agur.

 

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H95 אגורה 'ăgôrâh ag-o-raw'

From the same as H94; properly something gathered, that is, perhaps a grain or berry; used only of a small (silver) coin: - piece [of] silver.

 

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H96 אגל 'egel eh'-ghel

From an unused root (meaning to flow down or together as drops); a reservoir: - drop.

 

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H97 אגלים 'eglayim eg-lah'-yim

Dual of H96; a double pond; Eglajim, a place in Moab: - Eglaim.

 

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H98 אגם 'ăgam ag-am'

From an unused root (meaning to collect as water); a marsh; hence a rush (as growing in swamps); hence a stockade of reeds: - pond, pool, standing [water].

 

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H99 אגם 'âgêm aw-game'

Probably from the same as H98 (in the sense of stagnant water); figuratively sad: - pond.

 

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H100 אגמון 'agmôn ag-mone'

From the same as H98; a marshy pool (others from a different root, a kettle); by implication a rush (as growing there); collectively a rope of rushes: - bulrush, caldron, hook, rush.

 

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H101 אגּן 'aggân ag-gawn'

Probably from H5059; a bowl (as pounded out hollow): - basin, cup, goblet.

 

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H102 אגּף 'aggâph ag-gawf'

Probably from H5062 (through the idea of impending); a cover or heap; that is, (only plural) wings of an army, or crowds of troops: - bands.

 

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H103 אגר 'âgar aw-gar'

A primitive root; to harvest: - gather.

 

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H104 אגּרא 'iggerâ' ig-er-aw'

(Chaldee); of Persian origin; an epistle (as carried by a state courier or postman): - letter.

 

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H105 אגרטל 'ăgarṭâl ag-ar-tawl'

Of uncertain derivation; a basin: - charger.

 

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H106 אגרף 'egrôph eg-rofe'

From H1640 (in the sense of grasping); the clenched hand: - fist.

 

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H107 אגּרת 'iggereth ig-eh'-reth

Feminine of H104; an epistle: - letter.

 

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H108 אד 'êd ade

From the same as H181 (in the sense of enveloping); a fog: - mist, vapor.

 

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H109 אדב 'âdab aw-dab'

A primitive root; to languish: - grieve.

 

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H110 אדבּאל 'adbe'êl ad-beh-ale'

Probably from H109 (in the sense of chastisement) and H410; disciplined of God; Adbeel, a son of Ishmael: - Adbeel.

 

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H111 אדד 'ădad ad-ad'

Probably an orthographical variation for H2301; Adad (or Hadad), an Edomite: - Hadad.

 

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H112 אדּו 'iddô id-do

Of uncertain derivation; Iddo, an Israelite: - Iddo.

 

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H113 אדן אדון 'âdôn 'âdôn aw-done', aw-done'

From an unused root (meaning to rule); sovereign, that is, controller (human or divine): - lord, master, owner. Compare also names beginning with Adoni-.

 

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H114 אדּון 'addôn ad-done'

Probably intensive for H113; powerful; Addon, apparently an Israelite: - Addon.

 

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H115 אדורים 'ădôrayim ad-o-rah'-yim

Dual from H142 (in the sense of eminence); double mound; Adorajim, a place in Palestine: - Adoraim.

 

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H116 אדין 'ĕdayin ed-ah'-yin

(Chaldee); of uncertain derivation; then (of time): - now, that time, then.

 

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H117 אדּיר 'addîyr ad-deer'

From H142; wide or (generally) large; figuratively powerful: - excellent, famous, gallant, glorious, goodly, lordly, mighty (-ier, one), noble, principal, worthy.

 

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H118 אדליא 'ădalyâ' ad-al-yaw'

Of Persian derivation; Adalja, a son of Haman: - Adalia.

 

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H119 אדם 'âdam aw-dam'

To show blood (in the face), that is, flush or turn rosy: - be (dyed, made) red (ruddy).

 

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H120 אדם 'âdâm aw-dawm'

From H119; ruddy, that is, a human being (an individual or the species, mankind, etc.): - X another, + hypocrite, + common sort, X low, man (mean, of low degree), person.

 

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H121 אדם 'âdâm aw-dawm'

The same as H120; Adam, the name of the first man, also of a place in Palestine: - Adam.

 

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H122 אדם 'âdôm aw-dome'

From H119; rosy: - red, ruddy.

 

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H123 אדום אדם 'ĕdôm 'ĕdôm ed-ome', ed-ome'

From H122; red (see Gen_25:25); Edom, the elder twin-brother of Jacob; hence the region (Idumaea) occuped by him: - Edom, Edomites, Idumea.

 

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H124 אדם 'ôdem o'-dem

From H119; redness, that is, the ruby, garnet, or some other red gem: - sardius.

 

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H125 אדמדּם 'ădamdâm ad-am-dawm'

Reduplicated from H119; reddish: - (somewhat) reddish.

 

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H126 אדמה 'admâh ad-maw'

Contracted for H127; earthy; Admah, a place near the Dead Sea: - Admah.

 

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H127 אדמה 'ădâmâh ad-aw-maw'

From H119; soil (from its general redness): - country, earth, ground, husband [-man] (-ry), land.

 

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H128 אדמה 'ădâmâh ad-aw-maw'

The same as H127; Adamah, a place in Palestine: - Adamah.

 

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H129 אדמי 'ădâmîy ad-aw-mee'

From H127; earthy; Adami, a place in Palestine: - Adami.

 

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H130 אדמי 'ĕdômîy ed-o-mee'

Patronymic from H123; an Edomite, or descendant from (or inhabitant of) Edom: - Edomite. See H726.

 

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H131 אדמּים 'ădûmmîym ad-oom-meem'

Plural of H121; red spots; Adummim, a pass in Palestine: - Adummim.

 

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H132 אדמוני אדמני 'admônîy 'admônîy ad-mo-nee', ad-mo-nee'

From H119; reddish (of the hair or the complexion): - red, ruddy.

 

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H133 אדמתא 'admâthâ' ad-maw-thaw'

Probably of Persian derivation; Admatha, a Persian nobleman: - Admatha.

 

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H134 אדן 'eden eh'-den

From the same as H113 (in the sense of strength); a basis (of a building, a column, etc.): - foundation, socket.

 

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H135 אדּן 'addân ad-dawn'

Intensive from the same as H134; firm; Addan, an Israelite: - Addan.

 

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H136 אדני 'ădônây ad-o-noy'

An emphatic form of H113; the Lord (used as a proper name of God only): - (my) Lord.

 

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H137 אדני־בזק 'ădônîy-bezeq ad-o''-nee-beh'-zek

From H113 and H966; lord of Bezek; Adoni-Bezek, a Canaanitish king: - Adoni-bezek.

 

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H138 אדניּהוּ אדניּה 'ădônîyâh 'ădônîyâhû ad-o-nee-yaw', ad-o-nee-yaw'-hoo

From H113 and H3050; lord (that is, worshipper) of Jah; Adonijah, the name of three Israelites: - Adonijah.

 

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H139

אדני־צדק'ădônîy-tsedeq ad-o''-nee-tseh'-dek From H113 and H6664; lord of justice; Adoni-Tsedek, a Canaanitish king: - Adonizedec.

 

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H140 אדניקם 'ădônîyqâm ad-o-nee-kawm'

From H113 and H6965; lord of rising (that is, high); Adonikam, the name of one or two Israelites: - Adonikam

 

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H141 אדנירם 'ădônîyrâm ad-o-nee-rawm'

From H113 and H7311; lord of height; Adoniram, an Israelite: - Adoniram.

 

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H142 אדר 'âdar aw-dar

A primitive root; to expand, that is, be great or (figuratively) magnificent: - (become) glorious, honourable.

 

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H143 אדר 'ădâr ad-awr'

Probably of foreign derivation; perhaps meaning fire; Adar, the H12 th Hebrew month: - Adar.

 

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H144 אדר 'ădâr ad-awr'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H143: - Adar.

 

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H145 אדר 'eder eh'-der

From H142; amplitude, that is, (concretely) a mantle; also (figuratively) splendor: - goodly, robe.

 

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H146 אדּר 'addâr ad-dawr'

Intensive from H142; ample; Addar, a place in Palestine; also an Israelite: - Addar.

 

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H147 אדּר 'iddar id-dar'

(Chaldee); intensive from a root corresponding to H142; ample, that is, a threshing-floor: - threshingfloor.

 

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H148 אדרגּזר 'ădargâzêr ad-ar''-gaw-zare'

(Chaldee); from the same as H147, and H1505; a chief diviner, or astrologer: - judge.

 

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H149 אדרזדּא 'adrazdâ' ad-raz-daw'

(Chaldee); probably of Persian origin; quickly or carefully: - dilligently.

 

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H150 אדרכּן 'ădarkôn ad-ar-kone'

Of Persian origin; a daric or Persian coin: - dram.

 

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H151 אדרם 'ădôrâm ad-o-rawm'

Contracted for H141; Adoram (or Adoniram), an Israelite: - Adoram.

 

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H152 אדרמּלך 'adrammelek ad-ram-meh'-lek

From H142 and H4428; splendor of (the) king; Adrammelek, the name of an Assyrian idol, also of a son of Sennacherib: - Adrammelech.

 

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H153 אדרע 'edrâ‛ ed-raw'

(Chaldee); an orthographical variation for H1872; an arm, that is, (figuratively) power: - force.

 

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H154 אדרעי 'edre‛îy ed-reh'-ee

From the equivalent of H153; mighty; Edrei, the name of two places in Palestine: - Edrei.

 

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H155

אדּרת'addereth ad-deh'-reth Feminine of H117; something ample (as a large vine, a wide dress); also the same as H145: - garment, glory, goodly, mantle, robe.

 

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H156 אדשׁ 'âdash aw-dash'

A primitive root; to tread out (grain): - thresh.

 

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H157 אהב אהב 'âhab 'âhêb aw-hab', aw-habe'

A primitive root; to have affection for (sexually or otherwise): - (be-) love (-d, -ly, -r), like, friend.

 

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H158 אהב 'ahab ah'-hab

From H157; affection (in a good or a bad sense): - love (-r).

 

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H159 אהב 'ôhab o'-hab

From H156; meaning the same as H158: - love.

 

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H160 אהבה 'ahăbâh a-hab-aw'

Feminine of H158 and meaning the same: - love.

 

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H161 אהד 'ôhad o'-had

From an unused root meaning to be united; unity; Ohad, an Israelite: - Ohad.

 

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H162 אההּ 'ăhâhh a-haw'

Apparently a primitive word expressing pain exclamatorily; Oh!: - ah, alas.

 

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H163 אהוא 'ahăvâ' a-hav-aw'

Probably of foreign origin; Ahava, a river of Babylonia: - Ahava.

 

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H164 אהוּד 'êhûd ay-hood'

From the same as H161; united; Ehud, the name of two or three Israelite: - Ehud.

 

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H165 אהי 'ĕhîy e-hee'

Apparently an orthographical variation for H346; where. (Used in Hos_13:10, Hos_13:14). I will be is often the rendering of the same Hebrew form from H1961: - I will be (Hos_13:10, Hos_13:14) [which is often the rendering of the same Hebrew form from H1961].

 

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H166 אהל 'âhal aw-hal'

A primitive root; to be clear: - shine.

 

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H167 אהל 'âhal aw-hal'

A denominative from H168; to tent: - pitch (remove) a tent.

 

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H168 אהל 'ôhel o'-hel

From H166; a tent (as clearly conspicuous from a distance): - covering, (dwelling) (place), home, tabernacle, tent.

 

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H169 אהל 'ôhel o'-hel

The same as H168; Ohel, an Israelite: - Ohel.

 

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H170 אהלהּ אהלה 'ohŏlâh 'ohŏlâhh o-hol-aw', o-hol-aw'

The first form is in form a feminine of H168, but is in fact for the second form; from H168; her tent (that is, idolatrous sanctuary); Oholah, a symbolic name for Samaria: - Aholah.

 

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H171 אהליאב 'ohŏlîy'âb o''-hol-e-awb'

From H168 and H1; tent of (his) father; Oholiab, an Israelite: - Aholiab.

 

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H172 אהליבהּ אהליבה 'ohŏlîybâh 'ohŏlîybâhh o''-hol-ee-baw', o''-hol-e-baw'

(As with H170 the first form is in form a feminine of H168, but is in fact for the second form); from H168; my tent (is) in her; Oholibah, a symbolic name for Judah: - Aholibah.

 

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H173 אהליבמה 'ohŏlîybâmâh o''-hol-e-baw-maw'

From H168 and H1116; tent of (the) height; Oholibamah, a wife of Esau: - Aholibamah.

 

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H174 אהלות אהלים 'ăhâlîym 'ăhâlôth a-haw-leem', a-haw-loth'

(The second form, which is feminine, is used only in the plural); of foreign origin; aloe wood (that is, sticks): - (tree of lign-) aloes.

 

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H175 אהרון 'ahărôn a-har-one'

Of uncertain derivation; Aharon, the brother of Moses: - Aaron.

 

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H176 או או 'ô 'av o, av

The first form is presumed to be the constructive or genitival form of the second form which is short for H185; desire (and so probably in Pro_31:4); hence (by way of alternative) or, also if: - also, and, either, if, at the least, X nor, or, otherwise, then, whether.

 

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H177 אוּאל 'û'êl oo-ale'

From H176 and H410; wish of God; Uel, an Israelite: - Uel.

 

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H178 אוב 'ôb obe

From the same as H1 (apparently through the idea of prattling a fathers name); properly a mumble, that is, a water skin (from its hollow sound); hence a necromancer (ventriloquist, as from a jar): - bottle, familiar spirit.

 

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H179 אוביל 'ôbîyl o-beel'

Probably from H56; mournful; Obil, an Ishmaelite: - Obil.

 

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H180 אבל אוּבל 'ûbâl 'ûbâl oo-bawl', oo-bawl'

From H2986 (in the sense of H2988); a stream: - river.

 

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H181 אוּד 'ûd ood

From an unused root meaning to rake together; a poker (for turning or gathering embers): - (fire-) brand.

 

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H182 אדות אודות 'ôdôth 'ôdôth o-doth', o-doth'

From the same as H181; turnings (that is, occasions); (adverbially) on account of: - (be-) cause, concerning, sake.

 

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H183 אוה 'âvâh aw-vaw'

A primitive root; to wish for: - covet, (greatly) desire, be desirous, long, lust (after).

 

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H184 אוה 'âvâh aw-vaw'

A primitive root; to extend or mark out: - point out.

 

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H185 אוּה 'avvâh av-vaw'

From H183; longing: - desire, lust after, pleasure.

 

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H186 אוּזי 'ûzay oo-zah'ee

Perhaps by permutation for H5813, strong; Uzai, an Israelite: - Uzai.

 

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H187 אוּזל 'ûzâl oo-zawl'

Of uncertain derivation; Uzal, a son of Joktan: - Uzal.

 

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H188 אוי 'ôy o'-ee

Probably from H183 (in the sense of crying out after); lamentation; also interjectionally, Oh!: - alas, woe.

 

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H189 אוי 'ĕvîy ev-ee'

Probably from H183; desirous; Evi, a Midianitish chief: - Evi.

 

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H190 אויה 'ôyâh o-yaw'

Feminine of H188: - woe.

 

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H191 אויל 'ĕvîyl ev-eel'

From an unused root (meaning to be perverse); (figuratively) silly: - fool (-ish) (man).

 

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H192 אויל מרדך 'ĕvîyl merôdak ev-eel' mer-o-dak'

Of Chaldee derivation and probably meaning soldier of Merodak; Evil-Merodak, a Babylonian king: - Evil-merodach.

 

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H193 אוּל 'ûl ool From an unused root meaning to wist, that is, (by implication) be strong; the body as being rolled together) also powerful: - mighty, strength.

 

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H194 אלי אוּלי 'ûlay 'ûlay oo-lah'ee, oo-lah'ee

From H176; if not; hence perhaps: - if so be, may be, peradventure, unless.

 

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H195 אוּלי 'ûlay oo-lah'ee

Of Persian derivation; the Ulai (or Eulaeus), a river of Persia: - Ulai.

 

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H196 אולי 'ĕvilîy ev-ee-lee'

From H191; silly, foolish; hence (morally) impious: - foolish.

 

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H197 אלם אוּלם 'ûlâm 'ûlâm oo-lawm', oo-lawm'

From H481 (in the sense of tying); a vestibule (as bound to the building): - porch.

 

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H198 אוּלם 'ûlâm oo-lawm'

Apparently from H481 (in the sense of dumbness); solitary; Ulam, the name of two Israelites: - Ulam.

 

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H199 אוּלם 'ûlâm oo-lawm'

Apparently a variation of H194; however or on the contrary: - as for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely, truly, wherefore.

 

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H200 אוּלת 'ivveleth iv-veh'-leth

From the same as H191; silliness: - folly, foolishly (-ness).

 

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H201 אומר 'ômâr o-mawr'

From H559; talkative; Omar, a grandson of Esau: - Omar.

 

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H202 און 'ôn one

Probably from the same as H205 (in the sense of effort, but successful); ability, power, (figuratively) wealth: - force, goods, might, strength, substance.

 

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H203 און 'ôn one

The same as H202; On, an Israelite: - On.

 

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H204 אן און 'ôn 'ôn one, one

Of Egyptian derivation; On, a city of Egypt: - On.

 

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H205 און 'âven aw'-ven

From an unused root perhaps meaning properly to pant (hence to exert oneself, usually in vain; to come to naught); strictly nothingness; also trouble, vanity, wickedness; specifically an idol: - affliction, evil, false, idol, iniquity, mischief, mourners (-ing), naught, sorrow, unjust, unrighteous, vain, vanity, wicked (-ness.) Compare H369.

 

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H206 און 'âven aw'-ven

The same as H205; idolatry; Aven, the contemptuous synonym of three places, one in Coele Syria, one in Egypt (On), and one in Palestine (Bethel): - Aven. See also H204, H1007.

 

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H207 אנו אונו 'ônô 'ônô o-no', o-no'

From H202; strong; Ono, a place in Palestine: - Ono.

 

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H208 אונם 'ônâm o-nawm'

A variation of H209; strong; Onam, the name of an Edomite and of an Israelite: - Onam.

 

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H209 אונן 'ônân o-nawn'

A variation of H207; strong; Onan, a son of Judah: - Onan.

 

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H210 אוּפז 'ûphâz oo-fawz'

Perhaps a corruption of H211; Uphaz, a famous gold region: - Uphaz.

 

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H211 אופר אפיר אופיר 'ôphîyr 'ôphîyr 'ôphir o-feer', o-feer', o-feer'

Of uncertain derivation; Ophir, the name of a son of Joktan, and of a gold region in the East: - Ophir.

 

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H212 אפן אופן 'ôphân 'ôphân o-fawn', o-fawn'

From an unused root meaning to revolve; a wheel: - wheel.

 

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H213 אוּץ 'ûts oots

A primitive root; to press; (by implication) to be close, hurry, withdraw: - (make) haste (-n, -y), labor, be narrow.

 

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H214 אוצר 'ôtsâr o-tsaw'

From H686; a depository: - armory, cellar, garner, store(-house), treasure (-house) (-y).

 

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H215 אור 'ôr ore

A primitive root; to be (causatively make) luminous (literally and metaphorically): - X break of day, glorious, kindle, (be, en-, give, show) light (-en, -ened), set on fire, shine.

 

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H216 אור 'ôr ore

From H215; illumination or (concretely) luminary (in every sense, including lightning, happiness, etc.): - bright, clear, + day, light (-ning), morning, sun.

 

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H217 אוּר 'ûr oor

From H215; flame, hence (in the plural) the East (as being the region of light): - fire, light. See also H224.

 

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H218 אוּר 'ûr oor

The same as H217; Ur, a place in Chaldaea; also an Israelite: - Ur.

 

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H219 אורה 'ôrâh o-raw'

Feminine of H216; luminousness, that is, (figuratively) prosperity; also a plant (as being bright): - herb light.

 

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H220 אורה 'ăvêrâh av-ay-raw'

By transposition for H723; a stall: - cote.

 

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H221 אוּרי 'ûrîy oo-ree'

From H217; fiery; Uri, the name of three Israelites: - Uri.

 

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H222 אוּריאל 'ûrîy'êl oo-ree-ale'

From H217 and H410; flame of God; Uriel, the name of two Israelites: - Uriel.

 

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H223 אוּריּהוּ אוּריּה 'ûrîyâh 'ûrîyâhû oo-ree-yaw', oo-ree-yaw'-hoo

From H217 and H3050; flame of Jah; Urijah, the name of one Hittite and five Israelites: - Uriah, Urijah.

 

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H224 אוּרים 'ûrîym oo-reem'

Plural of H217; lights; Urim, the oracular brilliancy of the figures in the high priests breastplate: - Urim.

 

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H225 אוּת 'ûth ooth

A primitive root; properly to come, that is, (impliedly) to assent: - consent.

 

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H226 אות 'ôth oth

Probably from H225 (in the sense of appearing); a signal (literally or figuratively), as a flag, beacon, monument, omen, prodigy, evidence, etc.: - mark, miracle, (en-) sign, token.

 

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H227 אז 'âz awz

A demonstrative adverb; at that time or place; also as a conjugation, therefore: - beginning, for, from, hitherto, now, of old, once, since, then, at which time, yet.

 

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H228 אזה אזא 'ăzâ' 'ăzâh az-aw', az-aw'

(Chaldee); to kindle; (by implication) to heat: - heat, hot.

 

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H229 אזבּי 'ezbay ez-bah'ee

Probably from H231; hyssop like; Ezbai, an Israelite: - Ezbai.

 

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H230 אזד 'ăzâd az-awd'

(Chaldee); of uncertain derivation; firm: - be gone.

 

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H231 אזוב 'êzôb ay-zobe'

Probably of foreign derivation; hyssop: - hyssop.

 

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H232 אזור 'êzôr ay-zore'

From H246; something girt; a belt, also a band: - girdle.

 

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H233 אזי 'ăzay az-ah'ee

Probably from H227; at that time: - then.

 

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H234 אזכּרה 'azkârâh az-kaw-raw'

From H2142; a reminder; specifically remembrance offering: - memorial.

 

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H235 אזל 'âzal aw-zal'

A primitive root; to go away, hence to disappear: - fail, gad about, go to and fro [but in Eze_27:19 the word is rendered by many from Uzal, by others yarn], be gone (spent).

 

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H235 אזל 'âzal aw-zal'

A primitive root; to go away, hence to disappear: - fail, gad about, go to and fro [but in Eze_27:19 the word is rendered by many from Uzal, by others yarn], be gone (spent).

 

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H236 אזל 'ăzal az-al'

(Chaldee); the same as H235; to depart: - go (up).

 

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H237 אזל 'ezel eh'-zel

From H235; departure; ezel, a memorial stone in Palestine: - Ezel.

 

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H238

אזן'âzan aw-zan' A primitive root; probably to expand; but used only as a denominative from H241; to broaden out the ear (with the hand), that is, (by implication) to listen: - give (perceive by the) ear, hear (-ken). See H239.

 

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H239 אזן 'âzan aw-zan'

A primitive root (rather identical with H238 through the idea of scales as if two ears); to weigh, that is, (figuratively) ponder: - give good heed.

 

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H240 אזן 'âzên aw-zane'

From H238; a spade or paddle (as having a broad end): - weapon.

 

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H241 אזן 'ôzen o'-zen

From H238; broadness, that is, (concretely) the ear (from its form in man): - + advertise, audience, + displease, ear, hearing, + show.

 

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H242 אזּן שׁארה 'ûzzên she'ĕrâh ooz-zane' sheh-er-aw'

From H238 and H7609; plat of Sheerah (that is, settled by him); Uzzen Sheerah, a place in Palestine: - Uzzen-sherah.

 

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H243 אזנות תּבור 'aznôth tâbôr az-noth' taw-bore'

From H238 and H8396; flats (that is, tops) of Tabor (that is, situated on it); aznoth Tabor, a place in Palestine: - Aznoth-tabor.

 

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H244 אזני 'oznîy oz-nee'

From H241; having (quick) ears; Ozni, an Israelite; also an Oznite (collectively), his descendants: - Ozni, Oznites.

 

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H245 אזניה 'ăzanyâh az-an-yaw'

From H238 and H3050; heard by Jah; Azanjah, an Israelite: - Azaniah.

 

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H246 אזקּים 'ăziqqîym az-ik-keem'

A variation for H2131; manacles: - chains.

 

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H247 אזר 'âzar aw-zar'

A primitive root; to belt: - bind (compass) about, gird (up, with).

 

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H248 אזרוע 'ezrôa‛ ez-ro'-a

A variation for H2220; the arm: - arm.

 

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H249 אזרח 'ezrâch ez-rawkh'

From H2224 (in the sense of springing up); a spontaneous growth, that is, native (tree or persons): - bay tree, (home-) born (in the land), of the (ones own) country (nation).

 

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H250 אזרחי 'ezrâchîy ez-raw-khee'

Patronymic from H2246; an Ezrachite or descendants of Zerach: - Ezrahite.

 

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H251 אח 'âch awkh

A primitive word; a brother (used in the widest sense of literal relationship and metaphorical affinity or resemblance (like H1)): - another, brother (-ly), kindred, like, other. Compare also the proper names beginning with Ah- or Ahi-.

 

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H252 אח 'ach akh

(Chaldee); corresponding to H251: - brother.

 

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H253 אח 'âch awkh

A variation for H162; Oh! (expressive of grief or surprise): - ah, alas.

 

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H254 אח 'âch awkh

Of uncertain derivation; a fire pot or chafing dish: - hearth.

 

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H255 אח 'ôach o'-akh

Probably from H253; a howler or lonesome wild animal: - doleful creature.

 

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H256 אחב אחאב 'ach'âb 'echâb akh-awb', ekh-awb'

The second form used once (by contraction) in Jer_29:22; from H251 and H1; brother (that is, friend) of (his) father; Achab, the name of a king of Israel and of a prophet at Babylon: - Ahab.

 

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H257 אחבּן 'achbân akh-bawn'

From H251 and H995; brother (that is, possessor) of understanding; Achban, an Israelite: - Ahban.

 

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H258 אחד 'âchad aw-khad'

Perhaps a primitive root; to unify, that is, (figuratively) collect (ones thoughts): - go one way or other.

 

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H259 אחד 'echâd ekh-awd'

A numeral from H258; properly united, that is, one; or (as an ordinal) first: - a, alike, alone, altogether, and, any (-thing), apiece, a certain [dai-] ly, each (one), + eleven, every, few, first, + highway, a man, once, one, only, other, some, together.

 

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H260 אחוּ 'âchû aw'-khoo

Of uncertain (perhaps Egyptian) derivation; a bulrush or any marshy grass (particularly that along the Nile): - flag, meadow.

 

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H261 אחוּד 'êchûd ay-khood'

From H258; united; Echud, the name of three Israelites: - Ehud.

 

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H262 אחוה 'achvâh akh-vaw'

From H2331 (in the sense of H2324); an utterance: - declaration.

 

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H263 אחוה 'achăvâh akh-av-aw'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H262; solution (of riddles): - showing.

 

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H264 אחוה 'achăvâh akh-av-aw'

From H251; fraternity: - brotherhood.

 

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H265 אחוח 'ăchôach akh-o'-akh

By reduplication from H251; brotherly; Achoach, an Israelite: - Ahoah.

 

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H266 אחוחי 'ăchôchîy akh-o-khee'

Patronymic from H264; an Achochite or descendants of Achoach: - Ahohite.

 

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H267 אחוּמי 'ăchûmay akh-oo-mah'ee

Perhaps from H251 and H4325; brother (that is, neighbour) of water; Achumai, an Israelite: - Ahumai.

 

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H268 אחר אחור 'âchôr 'âchôr aw-khore', aw-khore'

From H299; the hinder part; hence (adverbially) behind, backward; also (as facing north) the West: - after (-ward), back (part, -side, -ward), hereafter, (be-) hind (-er part), time to come, without.

 

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H269 אחות 'âchôth aw-khoth'

Irregular feminine of H251; a sister (used very widely (like H250), literally and figuratively): - (an-) other, sister, together.

 

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H270 אחז 'âchaz aw-khaz'

A primitive root; to seize (often with the accessory idea of holding in possession): - + be affrighted, bar, (catch, lay, take) hold (back), come upon, fasten, handle, portion, (get, have or take) possess (-ion).

 

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H271 אחז 'âchâz aw-khawz'

From H270; possessor; Achaz, the name of a Jewish king and of an Israelite: - Ahaz.

 

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H272 אחזּה 'ăchûzzâh akh-ooz-zaw'

Feminine passive participle of H270; something seized, that is, a possession (especially of land): - possession.

 

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H273 אחזי 'achzay akh-zah'ee

From H270; seizer; Achzai, an Israelite: - Ahasai.

 

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H274 אחזיהוּ אחזיה 'ăchazyâh 'ăchazyâhû akh-az-yaw', akh-az-yaw'-hoo

From H270 and H3050; Jah has seized; Achazjah, the name of a Jewish and an Israelitish king: - Ahaziah.

 

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H275 אחזּם 'ăchûzzâm akh-ooz-zawm'

From H270; seizure; Achuzzam, an Israelite: - Ahuzam.

 

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H276 אחזּת 'ăchûzzath akh-ooz-zath'

A variation of H272; possession; Achuzzath, a Philistine: - Ahuzzath.

 

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H277 אחי 'ăchîy akh-ee'

From H251; brotherly; Achi, the name of two Israelites: - Ahi.

 

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H278 אחי 'êchîy ay-khee'

Probably the same as H277; Echi, an Israelite: - Ehi.

 

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H279 אחיאם 'ăchîy'âm akh-ee-awm'

From H251 and H517; brother of the mother (that is, uncle); Achiam, an Israelite: - Ahiam.

 

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H280 אחידה 'ăchîydâh akh-ee-daw'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H2420, an enigma: - hard sentence.

 

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H281 אחיּהוּ אחיּה 'ăchîyâh 'ăchîyâhû akh-ee-yaw', akh-ee-yaw'-hoo

From H251 and H3050; brother (that is, worshipper) of Jah; Achijah, the name of nine Israelites: - Ahiah, Ahijah.

 

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H282 אחיהוּד 'ăchîyhûd akh-ee-hood'

From H251 and H1935; brother (that is, possessor) of renown; Achihud, an Israelite: - Ahihud.

 

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H283 אחיו 'achyô akh-yo'

Prolonged from H251; brotherly; Achio, the name of three Israelites: - Ahio.

 

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H284 אחיחד 'ăchîychûd akh-ee-khood'

From H251 and H2330; brother of a riddle (that is, mysterious); Achichud, an Israelite: - Ahihud.

 

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H285 אחיטוּב 'ăchîyṭûb akh-ee-toob'

From H251 and H2898; brother of goodness; Achitub, the name of several priests: - Ahitub.

 

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H286 אחילוּד 'ăchîylûd akh-ee-lood'

From H251 and H3205; brother of one born; Achilud, an Israelite: - Ahilud.

 

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H287 אחימות 'ăchîymôth akh-ee-moth'

From H251 and H4191; brother of death; Achimoth, an Israelite: - Ahimoth.

 

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H288 אחימלך 'ăchîymelek akh-ee-meh'-lek

From H251 and H4428; brother of (the) king; Achimelek, the name of an Israelite and of a Hittite: - Ahimelech.

 

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H289 אחימן אחימן 'ăchîyman 'ăchîymân akh-ee-man', akh-ee-mawn'

From H251 and H4480; brother of a portion (that is, gift); Achiman, the name of an Anakite and of an Israelite: - Ahiman.

 

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H290 אחימעץ 'ăchîyma‛ats akh-ee-mah'-ats

From H251 and the equivalent of H4619; brother of anger; Achimaats, the name of three Israelites: - Ahimaaz.

 

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H291 אחין 'achyân akh-yawn'

From H251; brotherly; Achjan, an Israelite: - Ahian.

 

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H292 אחינדב 'ăchîynâdâb akh-ee-naw-dawb'

From H251 and H5068; brother of liberality; Achinadab, an Israelite: - Ahinadab.

 

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H293 אחינעם 'ăchîynô‛am akh-ee-no'-am

From H251 and H5278; brother of pleasantness; Achinoam, the name of two Israelitesses: - Ahinoam.

 

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H294 אחיסמך 'ăchîysâmâk akh-ee-saw-mawk'

From H251 and H5564; brother of support; Achisamak, an Israelite: - Ahisamach.

 

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H295 אחיעזר 'ăchîy‛ezer akh-ee-eh'-zer

From H251 and H5828; brother of help; Achiezer, the name of two Israelites: - Ahiezer.

 

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H296 אחיקם 'ăchîyqâm akh-ee-kawm'

From H251 and H6965; brother of rising (that is, high); Achikam, an Israelite: - Ahikam.

 

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H297 אחירם 'ăchîyrâm akh-ee-rawm'

From H251 and H7311; brother of height (that is, high); Achiram, an Israelite: - Ahiram.

 

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H298 אחירמי 'ăchîyrâmîy akh-ee-raw-mee'

Patronymic from H297; an Achiramite or descendants (collectively) of Achiram: - Ahiramites.

 

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H299 אחירע 'ăchîyra‛ akh-ee-rah'

From H251 and H7451; brother of wrong; Achira, an Israelite: - Ahira.

 

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H300 אחישׁחר 'ăchîyshachar akh-ee-shakh'-ar

From H251 and H7837; brother of (the) dawn; Achishachar, an Israelite: - Ahishar.

 

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H301 אחישׁר 'ăchîyshâr akh-ee-shawr'

From H251 and H7891; brother of (the) singer; Achishar, an Israelite: - Ahishar.

 

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H302 אחיתפל 'ăchîythôphel akh-ee-tho'-fel

From H251 and H8602; brother of folly; Achithophel, an Israelite: - Ahithophel.

 

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H303 אחלב 'achlâb akh-lawb'

From the same root as H2459; fatness (that is, fertile); Achlab, a place in Palestine: - Ahlab.

 

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H304 אחלי 'achlay akh-lah'ee

The same as H305; wishful; Achlai, the name of an Israelitess and of an Israelite: - Ahlai.

 

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H305 אחלי אחלי 'achălay 'achălêy ak-al-ah'ee, akh-al-ay'

Probably from H253 and a variation of H3863; would that!: - O that, would God.

 

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H306 אחלמה 'achlâmâh akh-law'-maw

Perhaps from H2492 (and thus dream stone); a gem, probably the amethyst: - amethyst.

 

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H307 אחמתא 'achmethâ' akh-me-thaw'

Of Persian derivation; Achmetha (that is, Ecbatana), the summer capital of Persia: - Achmetha.

 

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H308 אחסבּי 'ăchasbay akh-as-bah'ee

Of uncertain derivation; Achasbai, an Israelite: - Ahasbai.

 

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H309 אחר 'âchar aw-khar'

A primitive root; to loiter (that is, be behind); by implication to procrastinate: - continue, defer, delay, hinder, be late (slack), stay (there), tarry (longer).

 

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H310 אחר 'achar akh-ar'

From H309; properly the hind part; generally used as an adverb or conjugation, after (in various senses): - after (that, -ward), again, at, away from, back (from, -side), behind, beside, by, follow (after, -ing), forasmuch, from, hereafter, hinder end, + out (over) live, + persecute, posterity, pursuing, remnant, seeing, since, thence [-forth], when, with.

 

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H311 אחר 'achar akh-ar'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H310; after: - [here-] after.

 

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H312 אחר 'achêr akh-air'

From H309; properly hinder; generally next, other, etc.: - (an-) other (man), following, next, strange.

 

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H313 אחר 'achêr akh-air'

The same as H312; Acher, an Israelite: - Aher.

 

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H314 אחרן אחרין 'achăryôn 'achărôn akh-ar-one', akh-ar-one'

From H309; hinder; generally late or last; specifically (as facing the east) western: - after (-ward), to come, following, hind (-er, -ermost, -most), last, latter, rereward, ut(ter)most.

 

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H315 אחרח 'achrach akh-rakh

From H310 and H251; after (his) brother; Achrach, an Israelite: - Aharah.

 

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H316 אחרחל 'ăcharchêl akh-ar-kale'

From H310 and H2426; behind (the) intrenchment (that is, safe); Acharchel, an Israelite: - Aharhel.

 

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H317 אחרי 'ochŏrîy okh-or-ee'

(Chaldee); from H311; other: - (an-) other.

 

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H318 אחרן אחרין 'ochŏrêyn 'ochŏrên okh-or-ane', okh-or-ane'

(Chaldee); from H317; last: - at last.

 

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H319 אחרית 'achărîyth akh-ar-eeth'

From H310; the last or end, hence the future; also posterity: - (last, latter) end (time), hinder (utter) -most, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward.

 

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H320 אחרית 'achărîyth akh-ar-eeth'

(Chaldee); from H311; the same as H319; later: - latter.

 

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H321 אחרן 'ochŏrân okh-or-awn'

(Chaldee); from H311; the same as H317; other: - (an-) other.

 

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H322 אחרנּית 'ăchôrannîyth akh-o-ran-neeth'

Prolonged from H268; backwards: - back(-ward, again).

 

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H323 אחשׁדּרפּן 'ăchashdarpan akh-ash-dar-pan'

Of Persian derivation; a satrap or governor of a main province (of Persia): - lieutenant.

 

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H324 אחשׁדּרפּן 'ăchashdarpan akh-ash-dar-pan'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H323: - prince.

 

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H325 אחשׁרשׁ אחשׁורושׁ 'ăchashvêrôsh 'achashrôsh akh-ash-vay-rosh', akh-ash-rosh'

Of Persian origin; Achashverosh (that is, Ahasuerus or Artaxerxes, but in this case Xerxes), the title (rather than name) of a Persian king: - Ahasuerus.

 

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H326 אחשׁתּרי 'ăchashtârîy akh-ash-taw-ree'

Probably of Persian derivation; an achastarite (that is, courier); the designation (rather than name) of an Israelite: - Haakashtari [includ. the article.]

 

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H327 אחשׁתּרן 'ăchashtârân akh-ash-taw-rawn'

Of Persian origin; a mule: - camel.

 

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H328 אט 'aṭ at

From an unused root perhaps meaning to move softly; (as a noun) a necromancer (from their soft incantations), (as an adverb) gently: - charmer, gently, secret, softly.

 

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H329 אטד 'âṭâd aw-tawd

From an unused root probably meaning to pierce or make fast; a thorn tree (especially the buckthorn): - Atad, bramble, thorn.

 

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H330 אטוּן 'êṭûn ay-toon'

From an unused root (probably meaning to bind); properly twisted (yarn), that is, tapestry: - fine linen.

 

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H331 אטם 'âṭam aw-tam'

A primitive root; to close (the lips or ears); by analogy to contract (a window by bevelled jambs): - narrow, shut, stop.

 

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H332 אטר 'âṭar aw-tar'

A primitive root; to close up: - shut.

 

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H333 אטר 'âṭêr aw-tare'

From H332; maimed; Ater, the name of three Israelites: - Ater.

 

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H334 אטּר 'iṭṭêr it-tare

From H332; shut up, the is, impeded (as to the use of the right hand): - + left-handed.

 

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H335 אי 'ay ah'ee

Perhaps from H370; where? hence how?: - how, what, whence, where, whether, which (way).

 

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H336 אי 'îy ee

Probably identical with H335 (through the idea of a query); not. (Job_22:30): - island (Job H22 : H30).

 

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H337 אי 'îy ee

Shortened from H188; alas!: - woe.

 

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H338 אי 'îy ee

Probably identical with H337 (through the idea of a doleful sound); a howler (used only in the plural), that is, any solitary wild creature: - wild beast of the islands.

 

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H339 אי 'îy ee

From H183; properly a habitable spot (as desirable); dry land, a coast, an island: - country, isle, island.

 

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H340 איב 'âyab aw-yab'

A primitive root; to hate (as one of an opposite tribe or party); hence to be hostile: - be an enemy.

 

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H341 אויב איב 'ôyêb 'ôyêb o-yabe', o-yabe'

Active participle of H340; hating; an adversary: - enemy, foe.

 

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H342 איבה 'êybâh ay-baw'

From H340; hostility: - enmity, hatred.

 

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H343 איד 'êyd ade

From the same as H181 (in the sense of bending down); oppression; by implication misfortune, ruin: - calamity, destruction.

 

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H344 איּה 'ayâh ah-yaw'

Perhaps from H337; the screamer, that is, a hawk: - kite, vulture.

 

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H345 איּה 'ayâh ah-yaw'

The same as H344; Ajah, the name of two Israelites: - Aiah, Ajah.

 

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H346 איּה 'ayêh ah-yay'

Prolonged from H335; where?: - where.

 

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H347 איּוב 'îyôb ee-yobe'

From H340; hated (that is, persecuted); Ijob, the patriarch famous for his patience: - Job.

 

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H348 איזבל 'îyzebel ee-zeh'-bel

From H336 and H2083; chaste, Izebel, the wife of king Ahab: - Jezebel.

 

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H349 איככה איכה איך 'êyk 'êykâh 'êykâkâh ake, ay-kaw', ay-kaw'-kah

Prolonged from H335; how? or how!; also where: - how, what.

 

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H350 אי־כבוד 'îy-kâbôd ee-kaw-bode'

From H336 and H3519; (there is) no glory, that is, inglorious; Ikabod, a son of Phineas: - I-chabod.

 

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H351 איכה 'êykôh ay-ko

Probably a variation for H349, but not as an interrogative; where: - where.

 

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H352 איל 'ayil ah'-yil

From the same as H193; properly strength; hence anything strong; specifically a chief (politically); also a ram (from his strength); a pilaster (as a strong support); an oak or other strong tree: - mighty (man), lintel, oak, post, ram, tree.

 

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H353 איל 'ĕyâl eh-yawl'

A variation of H352; strength: - strength.

 

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H354 איּל 'ayâl ah-yawl'

An intensive form of H352 (in the sense of ram); a stag or male deer: - hart.

 

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H355 איּלה 'ayâlâh ah-yaw-law'

Feminine of H354; a doe or female deer: - hind.

 

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H356 אילן אלון אילון 'êylôn 'êlôn 'êylôn ay-lone', ay-lone', ay-lone'

From H352; oakgrove; Elon, the name of a place in Palestine, and also of one Hittite, two Israelite: - Elon.

 

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H357 איּלון 'ayâlôn ah-yaw-lone'

From H354; deerfield; Ajalon, the name of five places in Palestine: - Aijalon, Ajalon.

 

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H358 אילון בּית חנן 'êylôn bêyth chânân ay-lone' bayth-khaw-nawn'

From H356, H1004, and H2603; oakgrove of (the) house of favor; Elon of Bethchanan, a place in Palestine: - Elon-beth-hanan.

 

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H359 אילת אילות 'êylôth 'êylath ay-loth', ay-lath'

From H352; trees or a grove (that is, palms); Eloth or Elath, a place on the Red Sea: - Elath, Eloth.

 

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H360 אילוּת 'ĕyâlûth eh-yaw-looth'

Feminine of H353; power; by implication protection: - strength.

 

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H361 אלמּה אלם אילם 'êylâm 'êlâm 'êlammâh ay-lawm', ay-lawm', ay-lam-maw'

Probably from H352; a pillar space (or colonnade), that is, a pale (or portico): - arch.

 

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H362 אילם 'êylim ay-leem'

Plural of H352; palm trees; Elim, a place in the Desert: - Elim.

 

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H363 אילן 'îylân ee-lawn'

(Chaldee); corresponding to H356; a tree: - tree.

 

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H364 איל פּארן 'êyl pâ'rân ale paw-rawn'

From H352 and H6290; oak of Paran; El Paran, a portion of the district of Paran: - El-paran.

 

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H365 איּלת 'ayĕlĕth ay-yeh'-leth

The same as H355; a doe: - hind, Aijeleth.

 

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H366 אים 'âyôm aw-yome'

From an unused root (meaning to frighten); frightful: - terrible.

 

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H367 אמה אימה 'êymâh 'êmâh ay-maw', ay-maw'

From the same as H366; fright; concretely an idol (as a bugbear): - dread. fear, horror, idol, terrible, terror.

 

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H368 אימים 'êymîym ay-meem'

Plural of H367; terrors; Emim, an early Canaanitish (or Moabitish) tribe: - Emims.

 

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H369 אין 'ayin ay'-yin

As if from a primitive root meaning to be nothing or not exist; a non-entity; generally used as a negative particle: - else, except, fail [father-] less, be gone, in [-curable], neither, never, no (where), none, nor (any, thing), not, nothing, to nought, past, un [-searchable], well-nigh, without, Compare H370.

 

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H370 אין 'ayin ah-yin'

Probably identical with H369 in the sense of query (compare H336); where? (only in connection with prepositional prefix, whence): - whence, where.

 

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H371 אין 'îyn een

Apparently a shortened form of H369; but (like H370) interrogitive; is it not?: - not

 

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H372 איעזר 'îy‛ezêr ee-eh'-zer