1001. biyra> (Aramaic) {bee-raw'}; corresponding to 1002; a palace:


1002. biyrah {bee-raw'}; of foreign origin; a castle or palace: --palace.

1003. biyraniyth {bee-raw-neeth'}; from 1002; a fortress: --castle.

1004. bayith {bah'-yith}; probably from 1129 abbreviated; a house (in the

greatest variation of applications, especially family, etc.): --court,

daughter, door, + dungeon, family, + forth of, X great as would contain,

hangings, home[born], [winter]house(-hold), inside(-ward), palace, place, +

prison, + steward, + tablet, temple, web, + within(-out).

1005. bayith (Aramaic) {bah-yith}; corresponding to 1004: --house.

1006. Bayith {bah'-yith}; the same as 1004; Bajith, a place in Palestine:


1007. Beyth >Aven {bayth aw'-ven}; from 1004 and 205; house of vanity;

Beth-Aven, a place in Palestine: --Beth-aven.

1008. Beyth->El {bayth-ale'}; from 1004 and 410; house of God; Beth-El, a

place in Palestine: --Beth-el.

1009. Beyth >Arbe>l {bayth ar-bale'}; from 1004 and 695 and 410; house of

God's ambush; Beth-Arbel, a place in Palestine: --Beth-Arbel.

1010. Beyth Ba<al M@<own {bayth bah'-al me-own'}; from 1004 and 1168 and

4583; house of Baal of (the) habitation of [apparently by transposition];

or (shorter) Beyth M@<own {bayth me-own'}; house of habitation of (Baal);

Beth-Baal-Meon, a place in Palestine: --Beth-baal-meon. Compare 1186 and


1011. Beyth Bir<iy {bayth bir-ee'}; from 1004 and 1254; house of a creative

one; Beth-Biri, a place in Palestine: --Beth-birei.

1012. Beyth Barah {bayth baw-raw'}; probably from 1004 and 5679; house of

(the) ford; Beth-Barah, a place in Palestine: --Beth-barah.

1013. Beyth-Gader {bayth-gaw-dare'}; from 1004 and 1447; house of (the)

wall; Beth-Gader, a place in Palestine: --Beth-gader.

1014. Beyth Gamuwl {bayth gaw-mool'}; from 1004 and the passive participle

of 1576; house of (the) weaned; Beth-Gamul, a place East of the Jordan:


1015. Beyth Diblathayim {bayth dib-law-thah'-yim}; from 1004 and the dual

of 1690; house of (the) two figcakes; Beth-Diblathajim, a place East of the

Jordan: --Beth-diblathaim.

1016. Beyth-Dagown {bayth-daw-gohn'}; from 1004 and 1712; house of Dagon;

Beth-Dagon, the name of two places in Palestine: --Beth-dagon.

1017. Beyth ha->Eliy {bayth haw-el-ee'}; patrial from 1008 with the article

interposed; a Beth-elite, or inhabitant of Bethel: --Bethelite.

1018. Beyth ha->etsel {bayth haw-ay'-tsel}; from 1004 and 681 with the

article interposed; house of the side; Beth-ha-Etsel, a place in Palestine:


1019. Beyth hag-Gllgal {bayth hag-gil gawl'}; from 1004 and 1537 with the

article interposed; house of Gilgal (or rolling); Beth-hag-Gilgal, a place

in Palestine: --Beth-gilgal.

1020. Beyth ha-Y@shiy-mowth {bayth hah-yesh-ee-moth'}; from 1004 and the

plural of 3451 with the article interposed; house of the deserts;

Beth-ha-Jeshimoth, a town East of the Jordan: --Beth-jeshimoth.

1021. Beyth hak-Kerem {bayth hak-keh'-rem}; from 1004 and 3754 with the

article interposed; house of the vineyard; Beth-hak-Kerem, a place in

Palestine: --Beth-haccerem.

1022. Beyth hal-Lachmiy {bayth hal-lakh-mee'}; patrial from 1035 with the

article inserted; a Beth-lechemite, or native of Bethlechem:


1023. Beyth ham-Merchaq {bayth ham-mer-khawk'}; from 1004 and 4801 with the

article interposed; house of the breadth; Beth-ham-Merchak, a place in

Palestine: --place that was far off.

1024. Beyth ham-Marka-bowth {bayth ham-mar-kaw-both'}; or (shortened) Beyth

Mar-kabowth {bayth mar-kaw-both'}; from 1004 and the plural of 4818 (with

or without the article interposed); place of (the) chariots;

Beth-ham-Markaboth or Beth-Markaboth, a place in Palestine:


1025. Beyth ha-<Emeq {bayth haw-Ay'-mek}; from 1004 and 6010 with the

article interposed; house of the valley; Beth-ha-Emek, a place in

Palestine: --Beth-emek.

1026. Beyth ha-<Arabah {bayth haw-ar-aw-baw}; from 1004 and 6160 with the

article interposed; house of the Desert; Beth-ha-Arabah, a place in

Palestine: --Beth-arabah.

1027. Beyth ha-Ram {bayth haw-rawm'}; from 1004 and 7311 with the article

interposed; house of the height; Beth-ha-Ram, a place East of the Jordan:


1028. Beyth ha-Ran {bayth haw-rawn'}; probably for 1027; Beth-ha-Ram, a

place East of the Jordan: --Beth-haran.

1029. Beyth hash-Shittah {bayth hash-shit-taw'}; from 1004 and 7848 with

the article interposed; house of the acacia; Beth-hash-Shittah, a place in

Palestine: --Beth-shittah.

1030. Beyth hash-Shimshiy {bayth hash-shim-shee'}; patrial from 1053 with

the article inserted; a Beth-shimshite, or inhabitant of Bethshemesh:


1031. Beyth Choglah {bayth chog-law'}; from 1004 and the same as 2295;

house of a partridge; Beth-Choglah, a place in Palestine: --Beth-hoglah.

1032. Beyth Chowrown {bayth kho-rone'}; from 1004 and 2356; house of

hollowness; Beth-Choron, the name of two adjoining places in Palestine:


1033. Beyth Kar {bayth kar}; from 1004 and 3733; house of pasture;

Beth-Car, a place in Palestine: --Beth-car.

1034. Beyth L@ba>owth {bayth leb-aw-oth'}; from 1004 and the plural of

3833; house of lionesses; Beth-Lebaoth, a place in Palestine:

--Beth-lebaoth. Compare 3822.

1035. Beyth Lechem {bayth leh'-khem}; from 1004 and 3899; house of bread;

Beth-Lechem, a place in Palestine: --Beth-lehem.

1036. Beyth l@-<Aphrah {bayth le-af-raw'}; from 1004 and the feminine of

6083 (with preposition interposed); house to (i.e. of) dust;

Beth-le-Aphrah, a place in Palestine: --house of Aphrah.

1037. Beyth Millow> {bayth mil-lo'}; or Beyth Mil-lo> {bayth mil-lo'}; from

1004 and 4407; house of (the) rampart; Beth-Millo, the name of two

citadels: --house of Millo.

1038. Beyth Ma<akah {bayth mah-ak-aw'}; from 1004 and 4601; house of

Maakah; Beth-Maakah, a place in Palestine: --Beth-maachah.

1039. Beyth Nimrah {bayth nim-raw'}; from 1004 and the feminine of 5246;

house of (the) leopard; Beth-Nimrah, a place east of the Jordan:

--Beth-Nimrah. Compare 5247.

1040. Beyth <Eden {bayth ay'-den}; from 1004 and 5730; house of pleasure;

Beth-Eden, a place in Syria: --Beth-eden.

1041. Beyth <Azmaveth {bayth az-maw'-veth}; from 1004 and 5820; house of

Azmaveth, a place in Palestine: --Beth-az-maveth. Compare 5820.

1042. Beyth <Anowth {bayth an-oth'}; from 1004 and a plural from 6030;

house of replies; Beth-Anoth, a place in Palestine: --Beth-anoth.

1043. Beyth <Anath {bayth an-awth'}; an orthographical variation for 1042;

Beth-Anath, a place in Palestine: --Beth-anath.

1044. Beyth <Eqed {bayth ay'-ked}; from 1004 and a derivative of 6123;

house of (the) binding (for sheep-shearing); Beth-Eked, a place in

Palestine: --shearing house.

1045. Beyth <Ashtarowth {bayth ash-taw-roth'}: from 1004 and 6252; house of

Ashtoreths; Beth-Ashtaroth, a place in Palestine: --house of Ashtaroth.

Compare 1203, 6252.

1046. Beyth Pelet {bayth peh'-let}; from 1004 and 6412; house of escape;

Beth-Palet, a place in Palestine: --Beth-palet.

1047. Beyth P@<owr {bayth pe-ore'}; from 1004 and 6465; house of Peor;

Beth-Peor, a place East of the Jordan: --Beth-peor.

1048. Beyth Patstsets {bayth pats-tsates'}; from 1004 and a derivative from

6327; house of dispersion; Beth-Patstsets, a place in Palestine:


1049. Beyth Tsuwr {bayth tsoor'}; from 1004 and 6697; house of (the) rock;

Beth-Tsur, a place in Palestine: --Beth-zur.

1050. Beyth R@chowb {bayth re-khobe'}; from 1004 and 7339; house of (the)

street; Beth-Rechob, a place in Palestine: --Beth-rehob.

1051. Beyth Rapha> {bayth raw-faw'}; from 1004 and 7497; house of (the)

giant; Beth-Rapha, an Israelite: --Beth-rapha.

1052. Beyth Sh@>an {bayth she-awn'}; or Beyth Shan {bayth shawn'}; from

1004 and 7599; house of ease; Beth-Shean or Beth-Shan, a place in

Palestine: --Beth-shean, Beth-Shan.

1053. Beyth Shemesh {bayth sheh'-mesh}; from 1004 and 8121; house of (the)

sun; Beth-Shemesh, a place in Palestine: --Beth-shemesh.

1054. Beth Tappuwach {bayth tap-poo'-akh}; from 1004 and 8598; house of

(the) apple; Beth-Tappuach, a place in Palestine: --Beth-tappuah.

1055. biythan {bee-thawn'}; probably from 1004; a palace (i.e. large

house): --palace.

1056. Baka> {baw-kaw'}; from 1058, weeping; Baca, a valley in Palestine:


1057. baka> {baw-kaw'}; the same as 1056; the weeping tree (some

gum-distilling tree, perhaps the balsam): --mulberry tree.

1058. bakah {baw-kaw'}; a primitive root; to weep; generally to bemoan: --X

at all, bewail, complain, make lamentation, X more, mourn, X sore, X with

tears, weep.

1059. bekeh {beh'-keh}; from 1058; a weeping: --X sore.

1060. b@kowr {bek-ore'}; from 1069; firstborn; hence, chief: --eldest

(son), firstborn(-ling).

1061. bikkuwr {bik-koor'}; from 1069; the first-fruits of the crop: --first

fruit (-ripe [figuratively]), hasty fruit.

1062. b@kowrah {bek-o-raw'}; or (short) b@korah {bek-o-raw'}; feminine of

1060; the firstling of man or beast; abstractly primogeniture:

--birthright, firstborn(-ling).

1063. bikkuwrah {bik-koo-raw'}; feminine of 1061; the early fig:

--firstripe (fruit).

1064. B@kowrath {bek-o-rath'}; feminine of 1062; primogeniture; Bekorath,

an Israelite: --Bechorath.

1065. B@kiy {bek-ee'}; from 1058; a weeping; by analogy, a dripping:

--overflowing, X sore, (continual) weeping, wept.

1066. Bokiym {bo-keem'}; plural active participle of 1058; (with the

article) the weepers; Bo-kim, a place in Palestine: --Bochim.

1067. bekiyrah {bek-ee-raw'}; feminine from 1069; the eldest daughter:


1068. b@kiyth {bek-eeth'}; from 1058; a weeping: --mourning.

1069. bakar {baw-kar'}; a primitive root; properly, to burst the womb, i.e.

(causatively) bear or make early fruit (of woman or tree); also (as

denominative from 1061) to give the birthright: --make firstborn, be

firstling, bring forth first child (new fruit).

1070. beker {beh'-ker}; from 1069 (in the sense of youth); a young camel:


1071. Beker {beh'-ker}; the same as 1070; Beker, the name of two

Israelites: --Becher.

1072. bikrah {bik-raw'}; feminine of 1070; a young she-camel: --dromedary.

1073. bakkurah {bak-koo-raw'}; by orthographical variation for 1063; a

first-ripe fig: --firstripe.

1074. Bok@ruw {bo-ker-oo'}; from 1069; first-born; Bokeru, an Israelite:


1075. Bikriy {bik-ree'}; from 1069; youth-ful; Bikri, an Israelite:


1076. Bakriy {bak-ree'}; patronymically from 1071; a Bakrite (collectively)

or descendants of Beker: --Bachrites.

1077. bal {bal}; from 1086; properly, a failure; by implication nothing;

usually (adverb) not at all; also lest: --lest, neither, no, none

(that...), not (any), nothing.

1078. Bel {bale}; by contraction for 1168; Bel, the Baal of the

Babylonians: --Bel.

1079. bal (Aramaic) {bawl}; from 1080; properly, anxiety, i.e. (by

implication) the heart (as its seat): --heart.

1080. b@la> (Aramaic) {bel-aw'}; corresponding to 1086 (but used only in a

mental sense); to afflict: --wear out.

1081. Bal>adan {bal-ad-awn'}; from 1078 and 113 (contracted); Bel (is his)

lord; Baladan, the name of a Babylonian prince: --Baladan.

1082. balag {baw-lag'}; a primitive root; to break off or loose (in a

favorable or unfavorable sense), i.e. desist (from grief) or invade (with

destruction): --comfort, (recover) strength(-en).

1083. Bilgah {bil-gaw'}; from 1082; desistance; Bilgah, the name of two

Israelites: --Bilgah.

1084. Bilgay {bil-gah'ee}; from 1082; desistant; Bilgai, an Israelite:


1085. Bildad {bil-dad'}; of uncertain derivation; Bildad, one of Job's

friends: --Bildad.

1086. balah {baw-law'}; a primitive root; to fail; by implication to wear

out, decay (causatively, consume, spend): --consume, enjoy long, become

(make, wax) old, spend, waste.

1087. baleh {baw-leh'}; from 1086; worn out: --old.

1088. Balah {baw-law'}; feminine of 1087; failure; Balah, a place in

Palestine: --Balah.

1089. balahh {baw-lah'}; a primitive root [rather by transposition for

926]; to palpitate; hence, (causatively) to terrify: --trouble.

1090. Bilhah {bil-haw'}; from 1089; timid; Bilhah, the name of one of

Jacob's concubines; also of a place in Palestine: --Bilhah.

1091. ballahah {bal-law-haw'}; from 1089; alarm; hence, destruction:

--terror, trouble.

1092. Bilhan {bil-hawn'}; from 1089; timid; Bilhan, the name of an Edomite

and of an Israelite: --Bilhan.

1093. b@low (Aramaic) {bel-o'}; from a root corresponding to 1086; excise

(on articles consumed): --tribute.

1094. b@low> {bel-o'}; or (fully) b@lowy {bel-o'ee}; from 1086; (only in

plural construction) rags: --old.

1095. Belt@sha>tstsar {bale-tesh-ats-tsar'}; of foreign derivation;

Belteshatstsar, the Babylonian name of Daniel: --BeltesHajzar.

1096. Belt@sha>tstsar (Aramaic) {bale-tesh-ats-tsar'}; from a root

corresponding to 1095: --Belteshazzar.

1097. b@liy {bel-ee'}; from 1086; prop. failure, i.e. nothing or

destruction; usually (with prep.) without, not yet, because not, as long

as, etc.: --corruption, ig[norantly], for lack of, where no ... is, so that

no, none, not, un[awares], without.

1098. b@liyl {bel-eel'}; from 1101; mixed, i.e. (specifically) feed (for

cattle): --corn, fodder, provender.

1099. b@liymah {bel-ee-mah'}; from 1097 and 4100; (as indefinite) nothing

whatever: --nothing.

1100. b@liya<al {bel-e-yah'-al}; from 1097 and 3276; without profit,

worthlessness; by extens. destruction, wickedness (often in connection with

376, 802, 1121, etc.): --Belial, evil, naughty, ungodly (men), wicked.

1101. balal {baw-lal'}; a primitive root; to overflow (specifically with

oil); by implication to mix; also (denom. from 1098) to fodder: --annoint,

confound, X fade, mingle, mix (self), give provender, temper.

1102. balam {baw-lam'}; a primitive root; to muzzle: --be held in.

1103. balac {baw-las'}; a primitive root; to pinch sycamore figs (a process

necessary to ripen them): --gatherer.

1104. bala< {beh'-lah}; a primitive root; to make away with (spec. by

swallowing); generally to destroy: --cover, destroy, devour, eat up, be at

end, spend up, swallow down (up).

1105. bela< {beh-lah}; from 1104; a gulp; figuratively destruction:

--devouring, that which he hath swallowed up.

1106. Bela< {beh'-lah}; the same as 1105; Bela, the name of a place, also

of an Edomite and of two Israelites: --Bela.

1107. bil<adey {bil-ad-ay'}; or bal<adey {bal-ad-ay'}; constructive plural

from 1077 and 5703, not till, i.e. (as preposition or adverb) except,

without, besides: --beside, not (in), save, without.

1108. Bal<iy {bel-ee'}; patronymically from 1106: a Belaite (collectively)

or descendants of Bela: -- Belaites.

1109. Bil<am {bil-awm'}; probably from 1077 and 5971; not (of the) people,

i.e. foreigner; Bilam, a Mesopotamian prophet; also a place in Palestine:

-- Balaam, Bileam.

1110. balaq {baw-lak'}; a primitive root; to annihilate: --(make) waste.

1111. Balaq {baw-lawk'}; from 1110; waster; Balak, a Moabitish king:


1112. Belsha>tstsar {bale-shats-tsar'}; or Bel>shatstsar

{bale-shats-tsar'}; of foreign origin (compare 1095); Belshatstsar, a

Babylonian king: -- Belshazzar.

1113. Belsha>tstsar (Aramaic) {bale-shats-tsar'}; corresponding to 1112: --


1114. Bilshan {bil-shawn'}; of uncertain derivation; Bilshan, an Israelite:

-- Bilshan.

1115. biltiy {bil-tee'}; constructive feminine of 1086 (equivalent to

1097); properly, a failure of, i.e. (used only as a negative particle,

usually with a prepositional prefix) not, except, without, unless, besides,

because not, until, etc.: --because un[satiable], beside, but, + continual,

except, from, lest, neither, no more, none, not, nothing, save, that no,


1116. bamah {bam-maw'}; from an unused root (meaning to be high); an

elevation: --height, high place, wave.

1117. Bamah {baw-maw'}; the same as 1116; Bamah, a place in Palestine:

--Bamah. See also 1120.

1118. Bimhal {bim-hawl'}; probably from 4107 with prepositional prefix;

with pruning; Bimhal, an Israelite: --Bimhal.

1119. b@mow {bem-o'}; prolongation for prepositional prefix; in, with, by,

etc.: --for, in into, through.

1120. Bamowth {baw-moth'}; plural of 1116; heights; or (fully) Bamowth

Ba<al {baw-moth' bah'-al}; from the same and 1168; heights of Baal; Bamoth

or Bamoth-Baal, a place East of the Jordan: --Bamoth, Bamoth-baal.

1121. ben {bane}; from 1129; a son (as a builder of the family name), in

the widest sense (of literal and figurative relationship, including

grandson, subject, nation, quality or condition, etc., [like 1, 251,

etc.]): --+ afflicted, age, [Ahoh-] [Ammon-] [Hachmon-] [Lev-]ite,

[anoint-]ed one, appointed to, (+) arrow, [Assyr-] [Babylon-] [Egypt-]

[Grec-]ian, one born, bough, branch, breed, + (young) bullock, + (young)

calf, X came up in, child, colt, X common, X corn, daughter, X of first, +

firstborn, foal, + very fruitful, + postage, X in, + kid, + lamb, (+) man,

meet, + mighty, + nephew, old, (+) people, + rebel, + robber, X servant

born, X soldier, son, + spark, + steward, + stranger, X surely, them of, +

tumultuous one, + valiant[-est], whelp, worthy, young (one), youth.

1122. Ben {bane}; the same as 1121; Ben, an Israelite: --Ben.

1123. ben (Aramaic) {bane}; corresponding to 1121: --child, son, young.

1124. b@na> (Aramaic) {ben-aw'}; or b@nah (Aramaic) {ben-aw'};

corresponding to 1129; to build: --build, make.

1125. Ben->Abiynadab {ben-ab-ee''-naw-dawb'}; from 1121 and 40; (the) son

of Abinadab; Ben-Abinadab, an Israelite: --the son of Abinadab.

1126. Ben->Owniy {ben-o-nee'}; from 1121 and 205; son of my sorrow;

Ben-Oni, the original name of Benjamin: --Ben-oni.

1127. Ben-Geber {ben-gheh'-ber}; from 1121 and 1397; son of (the) hero;

Ben-Geber, an Israelite: --the son of Geber.

1128. Ben-Deqer {ben-deh'-ker}; from 1121 and a derivative of 1856; son of

piercing (or of a lance); Ben-Deker, an Israelite: --the son of Dekar.

1129. banah {baw-naw'}; a primitive root; to build (literally and

figuratively): --(begin to) build(-er), obtain children, make, repair, set

(up), X surely.

1130. Ben-Hadad {ben-had-ad'}; from 1121 and 1908; son of Hadad; Ben-Hadad,

the name of several Syrian kings: --Ben-hadad.

1131. Binnuwy {bin-noo'-ee}; from 1129; built up; Binnui, an Israelite:


1132. Ben-Zowcheth {ben-zo-khayth'}; from 1121 and 2105; son of Zocheth;

Ben-Zocheth, an Israelite: --Ben-zoketh.

1133. Ben-Chuwr {ben-khoor'}; from 1121 and 2354; son of Chur; Ben-Chur, an

Israelite: --the son of Hur.

1134. Ben-Chayil {ben-khah'-yil}; from 1121 and 2428; son of might;

Ben-Chail, an Israelite: --Ben-hail.

1135. Ben-Chanan {ben-khaw-nawn'}; from 1121 and 2605; son of Chanan;

Ben-Chanan, an Israelite: --Ben-hanan.

1136. Ben-Checed {ben-kheh'-sed}; from 1121 and 2617; son of kindness;

Ben-Chesed, an Israelite: --the son of Hesed.

1137. Baniy {baw-nee'}; from 1129; built; Bani, the name of five

Israelites: --Bani.

1138. Bunniy {boon-nee'}; or (fuller) Buwniy {boo-nee'}; from 1129; built;

Bunni or Buni, an Israelite: --Bunni.

1139. B@ney-B@raq {ben-ay'-ber-ak'}; from the plural construction of 1121

and 1300; sons of lightning, Bene-berak, a place in Palestine:


1140. binyah {bin-yaw'}; feminine from 1129; a structure: --building.

1141. B@nayah {ben-aw-yaw'}; or (prolonged) B@nayahuw {ben-aw-yaw'-hoo};

from 1129 and 3050; Jah has built; Benajah, the name of twelve Israelites:


1142. B@ney Ya<aqan {ben-ay' yah-ak-awn'}; from the plural of 1121 and

3292; sons of Yaakan; Bene-Jaakan, a place in the Desert: --Bene-jaakan.

1143. benayim {bay-nah'-yim}; dual of 996; a double interval, i.e. the

space between two armies: --+ champion.

1144. Binyamiyn {bin-yaw-mene'}; from 1121 and 3225; son of (the) right

hand; Binjamin, youngest son of Jacob; also the tribe descended from him,

and its territory: --Benjamin.

1145. Ben-y@miyniy {ben-yem-ee-nee'}; sometimes (with the article inserted)

Ben-ha-y@miniy {ben-hah-yem-ee-nee'}; with 376 inserted (1 Sam. 9:1)

Ben->iysh Y@miyniy {ben-eesh' yem-ee-nee'}; son of a man of Jemini; or

shortened (1 Sam. 9:4; Esth. 2:5) >Iysh Y@miyniy {eesh yem-ee-nee'}; a man

of Jemini, or (1 Sam. 20:1) simply Y@miniy {yem-ee-nee'}; a Jeminite;

(plural B@niy Y@miyniy {ben-ay' yem-ee-nee'}; patron from 1144; a

Benjaminite, or descendent of Benjamin: --Benjamite, of Benjamin.

1146. binyan {bin-yawn'}; from 1129; an edifice: --building.

1147. binyan (Aramaic) {bin-yawn'}; corresponding to 1146: --building.

1148. B@niynuw {ben-ee-noo'}; probably from 1121 with pron. suff.; our son;

Beninu, an Israelite: --Beninu.

1149. b@nac (Aramaic) {ben-as'}; of uncertain affinity; to be enraged: --be


1150. Bin<a> {bin-aw'}; or Bin<ah {bin-aw'}; of uncertain derivation; Bina

or Binah, an Israelite: --Binea, Bineah.

1151. Ben-<Ammiy {ben-am-mee'}; from 1121 and 5971 with pronomial suffix;

son of my people; Ben-Ammi, a son of Lot: --Ben-ammi.

1152. B@cowd@yah {bes-o-deh-yaw'}; from 5475 and 3050 with prepositional

prefix; in (the) counsel of Jehovah; Besodejah, an Israelite: --Besodeiah.

1153. B@cay {bes-ah'-ee}; from 947; domineering; Besai, one of the

Nethinim: --Besai.

1154. becer {beh'-ser}; from an unused root meaning to be sour; an immature

grape: --unripe grape.

1155. bocer {bo'ser}; from the same as 1154: --sour grape.

1156. b@<a> (Aramaic) {beh-aw'}; or b@<ah (Aramaic) {beh-aw'};

corresponding to 1158; to seek or ask: --ask, desire, make [petition],

pray, request, seek.

1157. b@<ad {beh-ad'}; from 5704 with prepositional prefix; in up to or

over against; generally at, beside, among, behind, for, etc.: --about, at

by (means of), for, over, through, up (-on), within.

1158. ba<ah {baw-aw'}; a primitive root; to gush over, i.e. to swell;

(figuratively) to desire earnestly; by implication to ask: --cause,

inquire, seek up, swell out.

1159. ba<uw (Aramaic) {baw-o''}; froi 1152 a request: --petition

1160. B@<owr {beh-ore'}; from 1197 (int the sense of burning); a lamp;

Beor, the name of the father of an Edomitish king; also of that of Balaam:


1161. bi<uwthiym {be-oo-theme'}; masculine plural from 1204; alarms:


1162. Bo<az {bo'az}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning; Boaz, the

ancestor of David; also the name of a pillar in from of the temple: --Boaz.

1163. ba<at {baw-at'}; a primitive root; to trample down, i.e.

(figuratively) despise: --kick.

1164. b@<iy {beh-ee'}; from 1158; a prayer: --grave.

1165. b@<iyr {beh-ere'}; from 1197 (in the sense of eating): cattle:

--beast, cattle.

1166. ba<al {baw-al'}; a primitive root; to be master; hence (as

denominative from 1167) to marry: --Beulah have dominion (over), be

husband, marry (-ied, X wife).

1167. ba<al {bah'-al}; from 1166; a master; hence a husband, or

(figuratively) owner (often used with another noun in modifications of this

latter sense): -- + archer, + babbler, + bird, captain, chief man, +

confederate, + have to do, + dreamer, those to whom it is due, + furious,

those that are given to it, great, + hairy, he that hath it, have, +

horseman, husband, lord, man, + married, master, person, + sworn, the of.

1168. Ba<al {bah'-al}; the same as 1167; Baal, a Phoenician deity: --Baal,

[plural] Baalim.

1169. b@<el (Aramaic) {beh-ale'}; corresponding to 1167: -- + chancellor.

1170. Ba<al B@riyth {bah'-al ber-eeth}; from 1168 and 1285; Baal of (the)

covenant; Baal-Berith, a special deity of the Shechemites: --Baal-berith.

1171. Ba<al Gad {bah'-al gawd}; from 1168 and 1409; Baal of Fortune;

Baal-Gad, a place in Syria: --Baal-gad.

1172. ba<alah {bah-al-aw'}; feminine of 1167; a mistress: --that hath,


1173. Ba<alah {bah-al-aw'}; the same as 1172; Baalah, the name of three

places in Palestine: --Baalah.

1174. Ba<al Hamown {bah'-al haw-mone'}; from 1167 and 1995; possessor of a

multitude; Baal-Hamon, a place in Palestine: --Baal-hamon.

1175. B@<alowth {beh-aw-loth'}; plural of 1172; mistresses; Bealoth, a

place in Palestine: --Bealoth, in Aloth [by mistake for a plural from 5927

with prepositional prefix].

1176. Ba<al Z@buwb {bah'-al zeb-oob'}; from 1168 and 2070; Baal of (the)

Fly; Baal-Zebub, a special deity of the Ekronites: --Baal-zebub.

1177. Ba<al Chanan {bah'-al khaw-nawn'}; from 1167 and 2603; possessor of

grace; Baal-Chanan, the name of an Edomite, also of an Israelite:


1178. Ba<al Chatsowr {bah'-al khaw-tsore'}; from 1167 and a modification of

2691; possessor of a village; Baal-Chatsor, a place in Palestine:


1179. Ba<al Chermown {bah'-al kher-mone'}; from 1167 and 2768; possessor of

Hermon; Baal-Chermon, a place in Palestine: --Baal-hermon.

1180. Ba<aliy {bah-al-ee'}; from 1167 with pron. suff.; my master; Baali, a

symbolical name for Jehovah: --Baali.

1181. Ba<aley Bamowth {bah-al-ay' baw-moth'}; from the plural of 1168 and

the plural of 1116; Baals of (the) heights; Baale-Bamoth, a place East of

the Jordan: --lords of the high places.

1182. B@<elyada< {beh-el-yaw-daw'}; from 1168 and 3045; Baal has known;

Beeljada, an Israelite: --Beeliada.

1183. B@<alyah {beh-al-yaw'}; from 1167 and 3050; Jah (is) master; Bealjah,

an Israelite: --Bealiah.

1184. Ba<aley Y@huwdah {bah-al-ay' yeh-hoo-daw'}; from the plural of 1167

and 3063; masters of Judah; Baale-Jehudah, a place in Palestine: --Baale of


1185. Ba<alic {bah-al-ece'}; probably from a derivative of 5965 with

prepositional prefix; in exultation; Baalis, an Ammonitish king: --Baalis.

1186. Ba<al M@<own {bah-al meh-one'}; from 1168 and 4583; Baal of (the)

habitation (of) [compare 1010]; Baal-Meon, a place East of the Jordan:


1187. Ba<al P@<owr {bah'-al peh-ore'}; from 1168 and 6465; Baal of Peor;

Baal-Peor, a Moabitish deity: --Baal-peor.

1188. Ba<al P@<ratsiym {bah'-al per-aw-tseem'}; from 1167 and the plural of

6556; possessor of breaches; Baal-Peratsim, a place in Palestine:


1189. Ba<al Ts@phown {bah'-al tsef-one'}; from 1168 and 6828 (in the sense

of cold) [according to others an Egyptian form of Typhon, the destroyer];

Baal of winter; Baal-Tsephon, a place in Eqypt: --Baal-zephon.

1190. Ba<al Shalishah {bah'-al shaw-lee-shaw'}; from 1168 and 8031; Baal of

Shalishah, Baal-Shalishah, a place in Palestine: --Baal-shalisha.

1191. Ba<alath {bah-al-awth'}; a modification of 1172; mistressship;

Baalath, a place in Palestine: --Baalath.

1192. Ba<alath B@<er {bah-al-ath' beh-ayr'}; from 1172 and 875; mistress of

a well; Baalath-Beer, a place in Palestine: --Baalath-beer.

1193. Ba<al Tamar {bah'-al taw-mawr'}; from 1167 and 8558; possessor of

(the) palm-tree; Baal-Tamar, a place in Palestine: --Baal-tamar.

1194. B@<on {beh-ohn'}; probably a contraction of 1010; Beon, a place East

of the Jordan: --Beon.

1195. Ba<ana> {bah-an-aw'}; the same as 1196; Banana, the name of four

Israelite: --Baana, Baanah.

1196. Ba<anah {bah-an-aw'}; from a derivative of 6031 with prepositional

prefix; in affliction: -Baanah, the name of four Israelites: --Baanah.

1197. ba<ar {baw-ar'}; a primitive root; to kindle, i.e. consume (by fire

or by eating); also (as denominative from 1198) to be(-come) brutish: --be

brutish, bring (put, take) away, burn, (cause to) eat (up), feed, heat,

kindle, set ([on fire]), waste.

1198. ba<ar {bah'-ar}; from 1197; properly, foot (as consumed); i.e. (by

exten.) of cattle brutishness; (concretely) stupid: --brutish (person),


1199. Ba<ara> {bah-ar-aw'}; from 1198; brutish: Baara, an Israelitish

woman: --Baara.

1200. b@<erah {be-ay-raw'}; from 1197; a burning: --fire.

1201. Ba<sha> {bah-shaw'}; from an unused root meaning to stink;

offensiveness; Basha, a king of Israel: --Baasha.

1202. Ba<aseyah {bah-as-ay-yaw'}; from 6213 and 3050 with a prepositional

prefix; in (the) work of Jah; Baasejah, an Israelite: --Baaseiah.

1203. B@<esht@rah {beh-esh-ter-aw'}; from 6251 (as singular of 6252) with a

prepositional prefix; with Ashtoreth; Beeshterah, a place East of the

Jordan: --Beeshterah.

1204. ba<ath {baw-ath'}; a primitive root; to fear: --affright, be (make)

afraid, terrify, trouble.

1205. b@<athah {beh-aw-thaw'}; from 1204; fear: --trouble.

1206. bots {botse}; probably the same as 948; mud (as whitish clay):


1207. bitstsah {bits-tsaw'}; intensive from 1206; a swamp: --fen, mire(-ry


1208. batsowr> {baw-tsore'}; from 1219; inaccessible, i.e. lofty: --vintage

[by confusion with 1210].

1209. Betsay {bay-tsah'-ee}; perhaps the same as 1153; Betsai, the name of

two Israelites: --Bezai.

1210. batsiyr {baw-tseer'}; from 1219; clipped, i.e. the grape crop:


1211. b@tsel {beh'-tsel}; from an unused root apparently meaning to peel;

an onion: --onion.

1212. B@tsal>el {bets-al-ale'}; probably from 6738 and 410 with a

prepositional prefix; in (the) shadow (i.e. protection) of God; Betsalel,

the name of two Israelites: --Bezaleel.

1213. Batsluwth {bats-looth'}; or Batsliyth {bats-leeth'}; from the same as

1211; a peeling; Batsluth or Batslith, an Israelite: --Bazlith, Bazluth.

1214. batsa< {baw-tsah'}; a primitive root to break off, i.e. (usually)

plunder; figuratively, to finish, or (intransitively) stop: --(be)

covet(-ous), cut (off), finish, fulfill, gain (greedily), get, be given to

[covetousness], greedy, perform, be wounded.

1215. betsa< {beh'-tsah}; from 1214; plunder; by extension, gain (usually

unjust): --covetousness, (dishonest) gain, lucre, profit.

1216. batseq {baw-tsake'}; a primitive root; perhaps to swell up, i.e.

blister: --swell.

1217. batseq {baw-tsake'}; from 1216; dough (as swelling by fermentation):

--dough, flour.

1218. Botsqath {bots-cath'}; from 1216; a swell of ground; Botscath, a

place in Palestine: --Bozcath, Boskath.

1219. batsar {baw-tsar'}; a primitive root; to clip off; specifically (as

denominative from 1210) to gather grapes; also to be isolated (i.e.

inaccessible by height or fortification): --cut off, (de-)fenced, fortify,

(grape) gather(-er), mighty things, restrain, strong, wall (up), withhold.

1220. betser {beh'-tser}; from 1219; strictly a clipping, i.e. gold (as dug

out): --gold defence.

1221. Betser {beh'-tser}; the same as 1220, an inaccessible spot; Betser, a

place in Palestine; also an Israelite: --Bezer.

1222. b@tsar {bets-ar'}; another form for 1220; gold: --gold.

1223. botsrah {bots-raw'}; feminine from 1219; an enclosure, i.e. sheep

fold: --Bozrah.

1224. Botsrah {bots-raw'}; the same as 1223; Botsrah, a place in Edom:


1225. bitstsarown {bits-tsaw-rone'}; masculine intensive from 1219; a

fortress: --stronghold.

1226. batstsoreth {bats-tso'-reth}; feminine intensive from 1219; restraint

(of rain), i.e. drought: --dearth, drought.

1227. Baqbuwq {bak-book'}; the same as 1228; Bakbuk, one of the Nethinim:


1228. baqbuk {bak-book'}; from 1238; a bottle (from the gurgling in

emptying): --bottle, cruse.

1229. Baqbukyah {bak-book-yaw'}; from 1228 and 3050; emptying (i.e.

wasting) of Jah; Bakbukjah, an Israelite: --Bakbukiah.

1230. Baqbaqqar {bak-bak-kar'}; reduplicated from 1239; searcher;

Bakbakkar, an Israelite: --Bakbakkar.

1231. Buqqiy {book-kee'}; from 1238; wasteful; Bukki, the name of two

Israelites: --Bukki.

1232. Buqqiyah {book-kee-yaw'}; from 1238 and 3050; wasting of Jah;

Bukkijah, an Israelite: --Bukkiah.

1233. b@qiya< {bek-ee'-ah}; from 1234; a fissure: --breach, cleft.

1234. baqa< {baw-kah'}; a primitive root; to cleave; generally, to rend,

break, rip or open: --make a breach, break forth (into, out, in pieces,

through, up), be ready to burst, cleave (asunder), cut out, divide, hatch,

rend (asunder), rip up, tear, win.

1235. beqa< {beh'-kah}; from 1234; a section (half) of a shekel, i.e. a

beka (a weight and a coin): --bekah, half a shekel.

1236. biq<a> (Aramaic) {bik-aw'}; corresponding to 1237: --plain.

1237. biq<ah {bik-aw'}; from 1234; properly, a split, i.e. a wide level

valley between mountains: --plain, valley.

1238. baqaq {baw-kah'}; a primitive root; to pour out, i.e. to empty,

figuratively, to depopulate; by analogy, to spread out (as a fruitful

vine): --(make) empty (out), fail, X utterly, make void.

1239. baqar {baw-kar}; a primitive root; properly, to plough, or

(generally) break forth, i.e. (figuratively) to inspect, admire, care for,

consider: --(make) inquire (-ry), (make) search, seek out.

1240. b@qar (Aramaic) {bek-ar'}; corresponding to 1239: --inquire, make


1241. baqar {baw-kawr'}; from 1239; beef cattle or an animal of the ox

family of either gender (as used for plowing); collectively, a herd:

--beeve, bull (+ --ock), + calf, + cow, great [cattle], + heifer, herd,

kine, ox.

1242. boqer {bo'-ker}; from 1239; properly, dawn (as the break of day);

generally, morning: --(+) day, early, morning, morrow.

1243. baqqarah {bak-kaw-raw'}; intensive from 1239; a looking after: --seek


1244. biqqoreth {bik-ko-reth}; from 1239; properly, examination, i.e. (by

implication) punishment: --scourged.

1245. baqash {baw-kash'}; a primitive root; to search out (by any method,

specifically in worship or prayer); by implication, to strive after: --ask,

beg, beseech, desire, enquire, get, make inquisition, procure, (make)

request, require, seek (for).

1246. baqqashah {bak-kaw-shaw'}; from 1245; a petition: --request.

1247. bar (Aramaic) {bar}; corresponding to 1121; a son, grandson, etc.:

--X old, son.

1248. bar {bar}; borrowed (as a title) from 1247; the heir (apparent to the

throne): --son.

1249. bar {bar}; from 1305 (in its various senses); beloved; also pure,

empty: --choice, clean, clear, pure.

1250. bar {bawr}; or bar {bar}; from 1305 (in the sense of winnowing);

grain of any kind (even while standing in the field); by extens. the open

country: --corn, wheat.

1251. bar (Aramaic) {bar}; corresponding to 1250; a field: --field.

1252. bor {bore}; from 1305; purify: --cleanness, pureness.

1253. bor {bore}; the same as 1252; vegetable lye (from its cleansing);

used as a soap for washing, or a flux for metals: --X never so, purely.

1254. bara> {baw-raw'}; a primitive root; (absolutely) to create;

(qualified) to cut down (a wood), select, feed (as formative processes):

--choose, create (creator), cut down, dispatch, do, make (fat).

1255. B@ro>dak Bal>adan {ber-o-dak' bal-ad-awn'}; a variation of 4757;

Berodak-Baladan, a Babylonian king: --Berodach-baladan.Bir>iy.

1256. B@ra>yah {ber-aw-yaw'}; from 1254 and 8050; Jah has created; Berajah,

an Israelite: --Beraiah.

1257. barbur {bar-boor'}; by reduplication from 1250; a fowl (as fattened

on grain): --fowl.

1258. barad {baw-rad'}; a primitive root, to hail: --hail.

1259. barad {baw-rawd'}; from 1258; hail --hail ([stones]).

1260. Bered {beh'red}; from 1258; hail; Bered, the name of a place south of

Palestine, also of an Israelite: --Bered.

1261. barod {baw-rode'}; from 1258; spotted (as if with hail): --grisled.

1262. barah {baw-raw'}; a primitive root; to select; also (as denominative

from 1250) to feed; also (as equivalent to 1305) to render clear (Eccl.

3:18): --choose, (cause to) eat, manifest, (give) meat.

1263. Baruwk {baw-rook'}; passive participle from 1288; blessed; Baruk, the

name of three Israelites: --Baruch.

1264. b@rowm {ber-ome'}; probably of foreign origin; damask (stuff of

variegated thread): --rich apparel.

1265. b@rowsh {ber-osh'}; of uncertain derivation; a cypress (?) tree;

hence, a lance or a musical instrument (as made of that wood): --fir


1266. b@rowth {ber-oth'}; a variation of 1265; the cypress (or some elastic

tree): --fir.

1267. baruwth {baw-rooth,}; from 1262; food: --meat.

1268. Berowthah {bay-ro-thaw'}; or Berothay {bay-ro-that'-ee}; probably

from 1266; cypress or cypresslike; Berothah or Berothai, a place north of

Palestine: --Berothah, Berothai.

1269. Birzowth {beer-zoth'}; probably feminine plural from an unused root

(apparently mean to pierce); holes; Birzoth, an Israelite: --Birzavith

[from the marg.].

1270. barzel {bar-zel'}; perhaps from the root of 1269; iron (as cutting);

by extension, an iron implement: --(ax) head, iron.

1271. Barzillay {bar-zil-lah'-ee}; from 1270; iron-hearted; Barzillai, the

name of three Israelites: --Barzillai.

1272. barach {baw-rakh'}; a primitive root; to bolt, i.e. figuratively, to

flee suddenly: --chase (away); drive away, fain, flee (away), put to

flight, make haste, reach, run away, shoot.

1273. Barchumiy {bar-khoo-mee'}; by transposition for 978; a Barchumite, or

native of Bachurim: --Barhumite.

1274. b@riy {ber-ee'}; from 1262; fat: --fat.

1275. Beriy {bay-ree'}; probably by contraction from 882; Beri, an

Israelite: --Beri.

1276. Beriy {bay-ree'}; of uncertain derivation; (only in the plural and

with the article) the Berites, a place in Palestine: --Berites.

1277. bariy> {baw-ree'}; from 1254 (in the sense of 1262); fatted or plump:

--fat ([fleshed], --ter), fed, firm, plenteous, rank.

1278. b@riy>ah {ber-ee-aw'}; feminine from 1254; a creation, i.e. a

novelty: --new thing.

1279. biryah {beer-yaw'}; feminine from 1262; food: --meat.

1280. b@riyach {ber-ee'-akh}; from 1272; a bolt: --bar, fugitive.

1281. bariyach {baw-ree'-akh}; or (shortened) bariach {baw-ree'-akh}; from

1272; a fugitive, i.e. the serpent (as fleeing), and the constellation by

that name: --crooked, noble, piercing.

1282. Bariyach {baw-ree'-akh}; the same as 1281; Bariach, an Israelite:


1283. B@riy<ah {ber-ee'-aw}; apparently from the feminine of 7451 with a

prepositional prefix; in trouble; Beriah, the name of four Israelites:


1284. B@riy<iy {ber-ee-ee'}; patronymically from 1283; a Beriite

(collectively) or descendants of Beriah: --Beerites.

1285. b@riyth {ber-eeth'}; from 1262 (in the sense of cutting [like 1254]);

a compact (because made by passing between pieces of flesh): --confederacy,

[con-]feder[-ate], covenant, league.

1286. B@riyth {ber-eeth'}; the same as 1285; Berith, a Shechemitish deity:


1287. boriyth {bo-reeth'}; feminine of 1253; vegetable alkali: --sope.

1288. barak {baw-rak'}; a primitive root; to kneel; by implication to bless

God (as an act of adoration), and (vice-versa) man (as a benefit); also (by

euphemism) to curse (God or the king, as treason): --X abundantly, X

altogether, X at all, blaspheme, bless, congratulate, curse, X greatly, X

indeed, kneel (down), praise, salute, X still, thank.

1289. b@rak (Aramaic) {ber-ak'}; corresponding to 1288: --bless, kneel.

1290. berek {beh'-rek}; from 1288; a knee: --knee.

1291. berek (Aramaic) {beh'-rek}; corresponding to 1290: --knee.

1292. Barak>el {baw-rak-ale'}; from 1288 and 410, God has blessed; Barakel,

the father of one of Job's friends: --Barachel.

1293. B@rakah {ber-aw-kaw'}; from 1288; benediction; by implication

prosperity: --blessing, liberal, pool, present.

1294. B@rakah {ber-aw-kaw'}; the same as 1293; Berakah, the name of an

Israelite, and also of a valley in Palestine: --Berachah.

1295. b@rekah {ber-ay-kaw'}; from 1288; a reservoir (at which camels kneel

as a resting-place): --(fish-)pool.

1296. Berekyah {beh-rek-yaw'}; or Berekyahuw {beh-rek-yaw'-hoo}; from 1290

and 3050; knee (i.e. blessing) of Jah; Berekjah, the name of six

Israelites: --Berachiah, Berechiah.

1297. b@ram (Aramaic) {ber-am'}; perhaps from 7313 with a prepositional

prefix; properly, highly, i.e. surely; but used adversatively, however:

--but, nevertheless, yet.

1298. Bera< {beh'-rah}; of uncertain derivation; Bera, a Sodomitish king:


1299. baraq {baw-rak'}; a primitive root; to lighten (lightning): --cast


1300. baraq {baw-rawk'}; from 1299; lightning; by analogy, a gleam;

concretely, a flashing sword: --bright, glitter(-ing sword), lightning.

1301. Baraq {baw-rawk'}; the same as 1300; Barak, an Israelite: --Barak.

1302. Barqowc {bar-kose'}; of uncertain derivation; Barkos, one of the

Nethimim: --Barkos.

1303. barqan {bar-kwan'}; from 1300; a thorn (perhaps as burning brightly):


1304. bareqeth {baw-reh'-keth}; or bar@kath {baw-rek-ath'}; from 1300; a

gem (as flashing), perhaps the emerald: --carbuncle.

1305. barar {baw-rar'}; a primitive root; to clarify (i.e. brighten),

examine, select: --make bright, choice, chosen, cleanse (be clean),

clearly, polished, (shew self) pure(-ify), purge (out).

1306. Birsha< {beer-shah'}; probably from 7562 with a prepositional prefix;

with wickedness; Birsha, a king of Gomorrah: --Birsha.

1307. Berothiy {bay-ro-thee'}; patrial from 1268; a Berothite, or

inhabitant of Berothai: --Berothite.

1308. B@sowr {bes-ore'}; from 1319; cheerful; Besor, a stream of Palestine:


1309. b@sowrah {bes-o-raw'}; or (shortened) b@sorah {bes-o-raw'}; feminine

from 1319; glad tidings; by implication, reward for good news: --reward for


1310. bashal {baw-shal'}; a primitive root; properly, to boil up; hence, to

be done in cooking; figuratively to ripen: --bake, boil, bring forth,

roast, seethe, sod (be sodden).

1311. bashel {baw-shale'}; from 1310; boiled: --X at all, sodden.

1312. Bishlam {bish-lawm'}; of foreign derivation; Bishlam, a Pers.:


1313. basam {baw-sawm'}; from an unused root meaning to be fragrant;

[compare 5561] the balsam plant: --spice.

1314. besem {beh'-sem}; or bosem {bo'-sem}; from the same as 1313;

fragrance; by implication, spicery; also the balsam plant: --smell, spice,

sweet (odour).

1315. Bosmath {bos-math'}; feminine of 1314 (the second form); fragrance;

Bosmath, the name of a wife of Esau, and of a daughter of Solomon:

--Bashemath, Basmath.

1316. Bashan {baw-shawn'}; of uncertain derivation; Bashan (often with the

article), a region East of the Jordan: --Bashan.

1317. boshnah {bosh-naw'}; feminine from 954; shamefulness: --shame.

1318. bashac {baw-shas'}; a primitive root; to trample down: --tread.

1319. basar {baw-sar'}; a primitive root; properly, to be fresh, i.e. full

(rosy, (figuratively) cheerful); to announce (glad news): --messenger,

preach, publish, shew forth, (bear, bring, carry, preach, good, tell good)


1320. basar {baw-sawr'}; from 1319; flesh (from its freshness); by

extension, body, person; also (by euphem.) the pudenda of a man: --body,

[fat, lean] flesh[-ed], kin, [man-]kind, + nakedness, self, skin.

1321. b@sar (Aramaic) {bes-ar'}; corresponding to 1320: --flesh.

1322. bosheth {bo'-sheth}; from 954; shame (the feeling and the condition,

as well as its cause); by implication (specifically) an idol: --ashamed,

confusion, + greatly, (put to) shame(-ful thing).

1323. bath {bath}; from 1129 (as feminine of 1121); a daughter (used in the

same wide sense as other terms of relationship, literally and

figuratively): --apple [of the eye], branch, company, daughter, X first, X

old, + owl, town, village.

1324. bath {bath}; probably from the same as 1327; a bath or Hebrew measure

(as a means of division) of liquids: --bath.

1325. bath (Aramaic) {bath}; corresponding to 1324: --bath.

1326. bathah {baw-thaw'}; probably an orthographical variation for 1327;

desolation: --waste.

1327. battah {bat-taw'}; feminine from an unused root (meaning to break in

pieces); desolation: --desolate.

1328. B@thuw>el {beth-oo-ale'}; apparently from the same as 1326 and 410;

destroyed of God; Bethuel, the name of a nephew of Abraham, and of a place

in Palestine: --Bethuel. Compare 1329.

1329. B@thuwl {beth-ool'}; for 1328; Bethul (i.e. Bethuel), a place in

Palestine: --Bethuel.

1330. b@thuwlah {beth-oo-law'}; feminine passive participle of an unused

root meaning to separate; a virgin (from her privacy); sometimes (by

continuation) a bride; also (figuratively) a city or state: --maid, virgin.

1331. b@thuwliym {beth-oo-leem'}; masculine plural of the same as 1330;

(collectively and abstractly) virginity; by implication and concretely, the

tokens of it: --X maid, virginity.

1332. Bithyah {bith-yaw'}; from 1323 and 3050; daughter (i.e. worshipper)

of Jah; Bithjah, an Egyptian woman: --Bithiah.

1333. bathaq {baw-thak'}; a primitive root; to cut in pieces: --thrust


1334. bathar {baw-thar'}; a primitive root, to chop up: --divide.

1335. bether {beh'-ther}; from 1334; a section: --part, piece.

1336. Bether {beh'-ther}; the same as 1335; Bether, a (craggy) place in

Palestine: --Bether.

1337. Bath Rabbiym {bath rab-beem'}; from 1323 and a masculine plural from

7227; the daughter (i.e. city) of Rabbah: --Bath-rabbim.

1338. Bithrown {bith-rone'}; from 1334; (with the article) the craggy spot;

Bithron, a place East of the Jordan: --Bithron.

1339. Bath-Sheba< {bath-sheh'-bah}; from 1323 and 7651 (in the sense of

7650); daughter of an oath; Bath-Sheba, the mother of Solomon:


1340. Bath-Shuwa< {bath-shoo'-ah}; from 1323 and 7771; daughter of wealth;

Bath-shua, the same as 1339: --Bath-shua.

1341. ge> {gay'}; for 1343; haughty: --proud.

1342. ga>ah {gaw-aw'}; a primitive root; to mount up; hence, in general, to

rise, (figuratively) be majestic: --gloriously, grow up, increase, be

risen, triumph.

1343. ge>eh {gay-eh'}; from 1342; lofty; figuratively, arrogant: --proud.

1344. ge>ah {gay-aw'}; feminine from 1342; arrogance: --pride.

1345. G@uw>el {gheh-oo-ale'}; from 1342 and 410; majesty of God; Geuel, an

Israelite: --Geuel.

1346. ga<avah {gah-av-aw'}; from 1342; arrogance or majesty; by

implication, (concretely) ornament: --excellency, haughtiness, highness,

pride, proudly, swelling.

1347. ga>own {gaw-ohn'}; from 1342; the same as 1346: --arrogancy,

excellency(-lent), majesty, pomp, pride, proud, swelling.

1348. ge>uwth {gay-ooth'}; from 1342; the same as 1346: --excellent things,

lifting up, majesty, pride, proudly, raging.

1349. ga>ayown {gah-ah-yone'}; from 1342: haughty: --proud.

1350. ga>al {gaw-al'}; a primitive root, to redeem (according to the

Oriental law of kinship), i.e. to be the next of kin (and as such to buy

back a relative's property, marry his widow, etc.): --X in any wise, X at

all, avenger, deliver, (do, perform the part of near, next) kinsfolk(-man),

purchase, ransom, redeem(-er), revenger.

1351. ga>al {gaw-al'}; a primitive root, [rather identified with 1350,

through the idea of freeing, i.e. repudiating]; to soil or (figuratively)

desecrate: --defile, pollute, stain.

1352. go>el {go'-el}; from 1351; profanation: --defile.

1353. g@ullah {gheh-ool-law'}; feminine passive participle of 1350;

redemption (including the right and the object); by implication,

relationship: --kindred, redeem, redemption, right.

1354. gab {gab}; from an unused root meaning to hollow or curve; the back

(as rounded [compare 1460 and 1479]; by analogy, the top or rim, a boss, a

vault, arch of eye, bulwarks, etc.: --back, body, boss, eminent (higher)

place, [eye]brows, nave, ring.

1355. gab (Aramaic) {gab}; corresponding to 1354: --back.

1356. geb {gabe}; from 1461; a log (as cut out); also well or cistern (as

dug): --beam, ditch, pit.

1357. geb {gabe}; probably from 1461 [compare 1462]; a locust (from its

cutting): --locust.

1358. gob (Aramaic) {gobe}; from a root corresponding to 1461; a pit (for

wild animals) (as cut out): --den.

1359. Gob {gobe}; or (fully) Gowb {gobe'}; from 1461; pit; Gob, a place in

Palestine: --Gob.

1360. gebe {geh'-beh}; from an unused root meaning probably to collect; a

reservoir; by analogy, a marsh: --marish, pit.

1361. gabahh {gaw-bah'}; a primitive root; to soar, i.e. be lofty;

figuratively, to be haughty: --exalt, be haughty, be (make) high(-er), lift

up, mount up, be proud, raise up great height, upward.

1362. gabahh {gaw-bawh'}; from 1361; lofty (literally or figuratively):

--high, proud.

1363. gobahh {go'-bah}; from 1361; elation, grandeur, arrogance:

--excellency, haughty, height, high, loftiness, pride.

1364. gaboahh {gaw-bo'-ah}; or (fully) gabowahh {gaw-bo'-ah}; from 1361;

elevated (or elated), powerful, arrogant: --haughty, height, high(-er),

lofty, proud, X exceeding proudly.

1365. gabhuwth {gab-hooth'}; from 1361; pride: --loftiness, lofty.

1366. g@buwl {gheb-ool'}; or (shortened) g@bul {gheb-ool'}; from 1379;

properly, a cord (as twisted), i.e. (by implication) a boundary; by extens.

the territory inclosed: --border, bound, coast, X great, landmark, limit,

quarter, space.

1367. g@buwlah {gheb-oo-law'}; or (shortened) g@bulah {gheb-oo-law'};

feminine of 1366; a boundary, region: --border, bound, coast, landmark.


1368. gibbowr {ghib-bore'}; or (shortened) gibbor {ghib-bore'}; intensive

from the same as 1397; powerful; by implication, warrior, tyrant:

--champion, chief, X excel, giant, man, mighty (man, one), strong (man),

valiant man.

1369. g@buwrah {gheb-oo-raw'}; feminine passive participle from the same as

1368; force (literally or figuratively); by implication, valor, victory:

--force, mastery, might, mighty (act, power), power, strength.

1370. g@buwrah (Aramaic) {gheb-oo-raw'}; corresponding to 1369; power:


1371. gibbeach {ghib-bay'-akh}; from an unused root meaning to be high (in

the forehead); bald in the forehead: --forehead bald.

1372. gabbachath {gab-bakh'-ath}; from the same as 1371; baldness in the

forehead; by analogy, a bare spot on the right side of cloth: --bald

forehead, X without.

1373. Gabbay {gab-bah'ee}; from the same as 1354; collective: -Gabbai, an

Israelite: --Gabbai.

1374. Gebiym {gay-beem'}; plural of 1356; cisterns; Gebim, a place in

Palestine: --Gebim.

1375. g@biya< {gheb-ee'-ah}; from an unused root (meaning to be convex); a

goblet; by analogy, the calyx of a flower: --house, cup, pot.

1376. g@biyr {gheb-eer'}; from 1396; a master: --lord.

1377. g@biyrah {gheb-ee-raw'}; feminine of 1376; a mistress: --queen.

1378. gabiysh {gaw-beesh'}; from an unused root (probably meaning to

freeze); crystal (from its resemblance to ice): --pearl.

1379. gabal {gaw-bal'}; a primitive root; properly, to twist as a rope;

only (as a denominative from 1366) to bound (as by a line): --be border,

set (bounds about).

1380. G@bal {gheb-al'}; from 1379 (in the sense of a chain of hills); a

mountain; Gebal, a place in Phoenicia: --Gebal.

1381. G@bal {gheb-awl'}; the same as 1380; Gebal, a region in Idumaea:


1382. Gibliy {ghib-lee'}: patrial from 1380; a Gebalite, or inhabitant of

Gebal: --Giblites, stone-squarer.

1383. gabluth {gab-looth'}; from 1379; a twisted chain or lace: --end.

1384. gibben {gib-bane'}; from an unused root meaning to be arched or

contracted; hunch-backed: --crookbackt.

1385. g@binah {gheb-ee-naw'}; feminine from the same as 1384; curdled milk:


1386. gabnon {gab-nohn'}; from the same as 1384; a hump or peak of hills:


1387. Geba< {gheh'-bah}; from the same as 1375, a hillock; Geba, a place in

Palestine: --Gaba, Geba, Gibeah.

1388. Gib<a> {ghib-aw'}; by permutation for 1389; a hill; Giba, a place in

Palestine: --Gibeah.

1389. gib<ah {ghib-aw'}; feminine from the same as 1387; a hillock: --hill,

little hill.

1390. Gib<ah {ghib-aw'}; the same as 1389; Gibah; the name of three places

in Palestine: --Gibeah, the hill.

1391. Gib<own {ghib-ohn'}; from the same as 1387; hilly; Gibon, a place in

Palestine: --Gibeon.

1392. gib<ol {ghib-ole'}; prolonged from 1375; the calyx of a flower:


1393. Gib<oniy {ghib-o-nee'}; patrial from 1391; a Gibonite, or inhabitant

of Gibon: --Gibeonite.

1394. Gib<ath {ghib-ath'}; from the same as 1375; hilliness; Gibath:


1395. Gib<athiy {ghib-aw-thee'}; patrial from 1390; a Gibathite, or

inhabitant of Gibath: --Gibeathite.

1396. gabar {gaw-bar'}; a primitive root; to be strong; by implication, to

prevail, act insolently: --exceed, confirm, be great, be mighty, prevail,

put to more [strength], strengthen, be stronger, be valiant.

1397. geber {gheh'-ber}; from 1396; properly, a valiant man or warrior;

generally, a person simply: --every one, man, X mighty.

1398. Geber {gheh'-ber}; the same as 1397; Geber, the name of two

Israelites: --Geber.

1399. g@bar {gheb-ar'}; from 1396; the same as 1397; a person: --man.

1400. g@bar (Aramaic) {gheb-ar'}; corresponding to 1399: --certain, man.

1401. gibbar (Aramaic) {ghib-bawr'}; intensive of 1400; valiant, or

warrior: --mighty.

1402. Gibbar {ghib-bawr'}; intensive of 1399; Gibbar, an Israelite:


1403. Gabriy>el {gab-ree-ale'}; from 1397 and 410; man of God; Gabriel, an

archangel: --Garbriel.

1404. g@bereth {gheb-eh'-reth}; feminine of 1376; mistress: --lady,


1405. Gibb@thown {ghib-beth-one'}; intensive from 1389; a hilly spot;

Gibbethon, a place in Palestine: --Gibbethon.

1406. gag {gawg}; probably by reduplication from 1342; a roof; by analogy,

the top of an altar: --roof (of the house), (house) top (of the house).

1407. gad {gad}; from 1413 (in the sense of cutting); coriander seed (from

its furrows): --coriander.

1408. Gad {gad}; a variation of 1409; Fortune, a Babylonian deity: --that


1409. gad {gawd}; from 1464 (in the sense of distributing); fortune:


1410. Gad {gawd}; from 1464; Gad, a son of Jacob, including his tribe and

its territory; also a prophet: --Gad.

1411. g@dabar (Aramaic) {ghed-aw-bawr'}; corresponding to 1489; a

treasurer: --treasurer.

1412. Gudgodah {gud-go'-daw}; by reduplication from 1413 (in the sense of

cutting) cleft; Gudgodah, a place in the Desert: --Gudgodah.

1413. gadad {gaw-dad'}; a primitive root [compare 1464]; to crowd; also to

gash (as if by pressing into): --assemble (selves by troops), gather

(selves together, self in troops), cut selves.

1414. g@dad (Aramaic) {ghed-ad'}; corresponding to 1413; to cut down: --hew


1415. gadah {gaw-daw'}; from an unused root (meaning to cut off); a border

of a river (as cut into by the stream): --bank.

1416. g@duwd {ghed-ood'}; from 1413; a crowd (especially of soldiers):

--army, band (of men), company, troop (of robbers).

1417. g@duwd {ghed-ood'}; or (feminine) g@dudah {ghed-oo-daw'}; from 1413;

a furrow (as cut): --furrow.

1418. g@duwdah {ghed-oo-daw'}; feminine participle passive of 1413; an

incision: --cutting.

1419. gadowl {gaw-dole'}; or (shortened) gadol {gaw-dole'}; from 1431;

great (in any sense); hence, older; also insolent: --+ aloud, elder(-est),

+ exceeding(-ly), + far, (man of) great (man, matter, thing,-er,-ness),

high, long, loud, mighty, more, much, noble, proud thing, X sore, (X) very.

1420. g@duwlah {ghed-oo-law'}; or (shortened) g@dullah {ghed-ool-law'}; or

(less accurately) g@duwllah {ghed-ool-law'}; feminine of 1419; greatness;

(concretely) mighty acts: --dignity, great things(-ness), majesty.

1421. gidduwph {ghid-doof'}; or (shortened) gidduph {ghid-doof'}; and

(feminine) gidduphah {ghid-doo-faw'}; or gidduphah {ghid-doo-faw'}; from

1422; vilification: --reproach, reviling.

1422. g@duwphah {ghed-oo-faw'}; feminine passive participle of 1442; a

revilement: --taunt.

1423. g@diy {ghed-ee'}; from the same as 1415; a young goat (from

browsing): --kid.

1424. Gadiy {gaw-dee'}; from 1409; fortunate; Gadi, an Israelite: --Gadi.

1425. Gadiy {gaw-dee'}; patronymically from 1410; a Gadite (collectively)

or descendants of Gad: --Gadites, children of Gad.

1426. Gaddiy {gad-dee'}; intensive for 1424; Gaddi, an Israelite: --Gaddi.

1427. Gaddiy>el {gad-dee-ale'}; from 1409 and 410; fortune of God; Gaddiel,

an Israelite: --Gaddiel.

1428. gidyah {ghid-yaw'}; or gadyah {gad-yaw'}; the same as 1415; a river

brink: --bank.

1429. g@diyah {ghed-ee-yaw'}; feminine of 1423; a young female goat: --kid.

1430. gadiysh {gaw-deesh'}; from an unused root (meaning to heap up); a

stack of sheaves; by analogy, a tomb: --shock (stack) (of corn), tomb.

1431. gadal {gaw-dal'}; a primitive root; properly, to twist [compare

1434], i.e. to be (causatively make) large (in various senses, as in body,

mind, estate or honor, also in pride): --advance, boast, bring up, exceed,

excellent, be(-come, do, give, make, wax), great(-er, come to...estate, +

things), grow(up),increase, lift up, magnify(-ifical), be much set by,

nourish (up), pass, promote, proudly [spoken], tower.

1432. gadel {gaw-dale'}; from 1431; large (literally or figuratively):

--great, grew.

1433. godel {go'-del}; from 1431; magnitude (literally or figuratively):

--greatness, stout(-ness).

1434. g@dil {ghed-eel'}; from 1431 (in the sense of twisting); thread, i.e.

a tassel or festoon: --fringe, wreath.

1435. Giddel {ghid-dale'}; from 1431; stout; Giddel, the name of one of the

Nethinim, also of one of "Solomon's servants": --Giddel.

1436. G@dalyah {ghed-al-yaw'}; or (prolonged) G@dalyahuw

{ghed-al-yaw'-hoo}; from 1431 and 3050; Jah has become great; Gedaljah, the

name of five Israelites: --Gedaliah.

1437. Giddaltiy {ghid-dal'-tee}; from 1431; I have made great; Giddalti, an

Israelite: --Giddalti.

1438. gada< {gaw-dah'}; a primitive root; to fell a tree; generally, to

destroy anything: --cut (asunder, in sunder, down, off), hew down.

1439. Gid<own {ghid-ohn'}; from 1438; feller (i.e. warrior); Gidon, an

Israelite: --Gideon.

1440. Gid<om {ghid-ohm'}; from 1438; a cutting (i.e. desolation); Gidom, a

place in Palestine: --Gidom.

1441. Gid<oniy {ghid-o-nee'}; from 1438; warlike [compare 1439]; Gidoni, an

Israelite: --Gideoni.

1442. gadaph {gaw-daf'}; a primitive root; to hack (with words), i.e.

revile: --blaspheme, reproach.

1443. gadar {gaw-dar'}; a primitive root; to wall in or around: --close up,

fence up, hedge, inclose, make up [a wall], mason, repairer.

1444. geder {gheh'-der}; from 1443; a circumvallation: --wall.

1445. Geder {gheh'-der}: the same as 1444; Geder, a place in Palestine:


1446. G@dor {ghed-ore'}; or (fully) G@dowr {ghed-ore'}; from 1443;

inclosure; Gedor, a place in Palestine; also the name of three Israelites:


1447. gader {gaw-dare'}; from 1443; a circumvallation; by implication, an

inclosure: --fence, hedge, wall.

1448. g@derah {ghed-ay-raw'}; feminine of 1447; enclosure (especially for

flocks): --[sheep-] cote (fold) hedge, wall.

1449. G@derah {ghed-ay-raw'}; the same as 1448; (with the article) Gederah,

a place in Palestine: --Gederah, hedges.

1450. G@derowth {ghed-ay-rohth'}; plural of 1448; walls; Gederoth, a place

in Palestine: --Gederoth.

1451. G@deriy {ghed-ay-ree'}; patrial from 1445; a Gederite, or inhabitant

of Geder: --Gederite.

1452. G@derathiy {ghed-ay-raw-thee'}; patrial from 1449; a Gederathite, or

inhabitant of Gederah: --Gederathite.

1453. G@derothayim {ghed-ay-ro-thah'-yim}; dual of 1448; double wall;

Gederothajim, a place in Palestine: --Gederothaim.

1454. geh {gay}; probably a clerical error for 2088; this: --this.

1455. gahah {gaw-haw'}; a primitive root; to remove (a bandage from a

wound, i.e. heal it): --cure.

1456. gehah {gay-haw'}; from 1455; a cure: --medicine.

1457. gahar {gaw-har'}; a primitive root; to prostrate oneself: --cast self

down, stretch self.

1458. gav {gav}; another form for 1460; the back: --back.

1459. gav (Aramaic) {gav}; corresponding to 1460; the middle: --midst,

same, there- (where-) in.

1460. gev {gave}; from 1342 [corresponding to 1354]; the back; by analogy,

the middle: --+ among, back, body.

1461. guwb {goob}; a primitive root; to dig: --husbandman.

1462. gowb {gobe}; from 1461; the locust (from its grubbing as a larvae):

--grasshopper, X great.

1463. Gowg {gohg}; of uncertain derivation; Gog, the name of an Israelite,

also of some nothern nation: --Gog.

1464. guwd {goode}; a primitive root [akin to 1413]; to crowd upon, i.e.

attack: --invade, overcome.

1465. gevah {gay-vaw'}; feminine of 1460; the back, i.e. (by extensive) the

person: --body.

1466. gevah {gay-vaw'}; the same as 1465; exaltation; (figuratively)

arrogance: --lifting up, pride.

1467. gevah (Aramaic) {gay-vaw'}; corresponding to 1466: --pride.

1468. guwz {gooz}; a primitive root [compare 1494]; properly, to shear off;

but used only in the (figuratively) sense of passing rapidly: --bring, cut


1469. gowzal {go-zawl'}; or (shortened) gozal {go-zawl'}; from 1497; a

nestling (as being comparatively nude of feathers): --young (pigeon).

1470. Gowzan {go-zawn'}; probably from 1468; a quarry (as a place of

cutting stones); Gozan, a province of Assyria: --Gozan.

1471. gowy {go'-ee}; rarely (shortened) goy {go'-ee}; apparently from the

same root as 1465 (in the sense of massing); a foreign nation; hence, a

Gentile; also (figuratively) a troop of animals, or a flight of locusts:

--Gentile, heathen, nation, people.

1472. g@viyah {ghev-ee-yaw'}; prolonged for 1465; a body, whether alive or

dead: --(dead) body, carcase, corpse.

1473. gowlah {go-law'}; or (shortened) golah {go-law'}; active participle

feminine of 1540; exile; concretely and collectively exiles: --(carried

away), captive(-ity), removing.

1474. Gowlan {go-lawn'}; from 1473; captive; Golan, a place east of the

Jordan: --Golan.

1475. guwmmats {goom-mawts'}; of uncertain derivation; a pit: --pit.

1476. Guwniy {goo-nee'}; probably from 1598; protected; Guni, the name of

two Israelites: --Guni.

1477. Guwniy {goo-nee'}; patronymically from 1476; a Gunite (collectively

with article prefix) or descendants of Guni: --Gunites.

1478. gava< {gaw-vah'}; a primitive root; to breathe out, i.e. (by

implication) expire: --die, be dead, give up the ghost, perish.

1479. guwph {goof}; a primitive root; properly, to hollow or arch, i.e.

(figuratively) close; to shut: --shut.

1480. guwphah {goo-faw'}; from 1479; a corpse (as closed to sense): --body.

1481. guwr {goor}; a primitive root; properly, to turn aside from the road

(for a lodging or any other purpose), i.e. sojourn (as a guest); also to

shrink, fear (as in a strange place); also to gather for hostility (as

afraid): --abide, assemble, be afraid, dwell, fear, gather (together),

inhabitant, remain, sojourn, stand in awe, (be) stranger, X surely.

1482. guwr {goor}; or (shortened) gur {goor}; perhaps from 1481; a cub (as

still abiding in the lair), especially of the lion: --whelp, young one.

1483. Guwr {goor}; the same as 1482; Gur, a place in Palestine: --Gur.

1484. gowr {gore}; or (feminine) gorah {go-raw'}; a variation of 1482:


1485. Guwr-Ba<al {goor-bah'-al}; from 1481 and 1168; dwelling of Baal;

Gur-Baal, a place in Arabia: --Gur-baal.

1486. gowral {go-rawl'}; or (shortened) goral {go-ral'}; from an unused

root meaning to be rough (as stone); properly, a pebble, i.e. a lot (small

stones being used for that purpose); figuratively, a portion or destiny (as

if determined by lot): --lot.

1487. guwsh {goosh}; or rather (by permutation) giysh {gheesh}; of

uncertain derivation; a mass of earth: --clod.

1488. gez {gaze}; from 1494; a fleece (as shorn); also mown grass:

--fleece, mowing, mown grass.

1489. gizbar {ghiz-bawr'}; of foreign derivation; treasurer: --treasurer.

1490. gizbar (Aramaic) {ghiz-bawr'}; corresponding to 1489: --treasurer.

1491. gazah {gaw-zaw'}; a primitive root [akin to 1468]; to cut off, i.e.

portion out: --take.

1492. gazzah {gaz-zaw'}; feminine from 1494; a fleece: --fleece.

1493. Gizowniy {ghee-zo-nee'}; patrial from the unused name of a place

apparently in Palestine; a Gizonite or inhabitant of Gizoh: --Gizonite.

1494. gazaz {gaw-zaz'}; a primitive root [akin to 1468]; to cut off;

specifically to shear a flock or shave the hair; figuratively to destroy an

enemy: --cut off (down), poll, shave, ([sheep-]) shear(-er).

1495. Gazez {gaw-zaze'}; from 1494; shearer; Gazez, the name of two

Israelites: --Gazez.

1496. gaziyth {gaw-zeeth'}; from 1491; something cut, i.e. dressed stone:

--hewed, hewn stone, wrought.

1497. gazal {gaw-zal'}; a primitive root; to pluck off; specifically to

flay, strip or rob: --catch, consume, exercise [robbery], pluck (off), rob,

spoil, take away (by force, violence), tear.

1498. gazel {gaw-zale'}; from 1497; robbery, or (concretely) plunder:

--robbery, thing taken away by violence.

1499. gezel {ghe'-zel}; from 1497; plunder, i.e. violence: --violence,

violent perverting.

1500. g@zelah {ghez-ay-law'}; feminine of 1498 and mean the same: --that

(he had robbed) [which he took violently away], spoil, violence.

1501. gazam {gaw-zawm'}; from an unused root meaning to devour; a kind of

locust: --palmer-worm.

1502. Gazzam {gaz-zawm'}; from the same as 1501; devourer: -Gazzam, one of

the Nethinim: --Gazzam.

1503. geza> {geh'-zah}; from an unused root meaning to cut down (trees);

the trunk or stump of a tree (as felled or as planted): --stem, stock.

1504. gazar {gaw-zar'}; a primitive root; to cut down or off;

(figuratively) to destroy, divide, exclude, or decide: --cut down (off),

decree, divide, snatch.

1505. g@zar (Aramaic) {ghez-ar'}; corresponding to 1504; to quarry;

determine: --cut out, soothsayer.

1506. gezer {gheh'-zer}; from 1504; something cut off; a portion: --part,


1507. Gezer {gheh'-zer}; the same as 1506; Gezer, a place in Palestine:

--Gazer, Gezer.

1508. gizrah {ghiz-raw'}; feminine of 1506; the figure or person (as if cut

out); also an inclosure (as separated): --polishing, separate place.

1509. g@zerah {ghez-ay-raw'}; from 1504; a desert (as separated): --not


1510. g@zerah (Aramaic) {ghez-ay-raw'}; from 1505 (as 1504); a decree:


1511. Gizriy (in the marg.) {ghiz-ree'}; patrial from 1507; a Gezerite

(collectively) or inhabitants of Gezer; but better (as in the text) by

transposition Girziy {gher-zee'}; patrial of 1630; a Grizite (collectively)

or member of a native tribe in Palestine: --Gezrites.

1512. gachown {gaw-khone'}; probably from 1518; the external abdomen, belly

(as the source of the faetus [compare 1521]): --belly.

1513. gechel {geh'-khel}; or (feminine) gacheleth {gah-kheh'-leth}; from an

unused root meaning to glow or kindle; an ember: --(burning) coal.

1514. Gacham {gah'-kham}; from an unused root meaning to burn; flame;

Gacham, a son of Nahor: --Gaham.

1515. Gachar {gah'-khar}; from an unused root meaning to hide; lurker;

Gachar, one of the Nethinim: --Gahar.

1516. gay> {gah'-ee}; or (shortened) gay {gah'-ee}; probably (by

transmutation) from the same root as 1466 (abbreviated); a gorge (from its

lofty sides; hence, narrow, but not a gully or winter-torrent): --valley.

1517. giyd {gheed}; probably from 1464; a thong (as compressing); by

analogy, a tendon: --sinew.

1518. giyach {ghee'-akh}; or (shortened) goach {go'-akh}; a primitive root;

to gush forth (as water), generally to issue: --break forth, labor to bring

forth, come forth, draw up, take out.

1519. giyach (Aramaic) {ghee'-akh}; or (shortened) guwach (Aramaic)

{goo'-akh}; corresponding to 1518; to rush forth: --strive.

1520. Giyach {ghee'-akh}; from 1518; a fountain; Giach, a place in

Palestine: --Giah.

1521. Giychown {ghee-khone'}; or (shortened) Gichown {ghee-khone'}; from

1518; stream; Gichon, a river of Paradise; also a valley (or pool) near

Jerusalem: --Gihon.

1522. Geychaziy {gay-khah-zee'}; or Gechaziy {gay-khah-zee'}; apparently

from 1516 and 2372; valley of a visionary; Gechazi, the servant of Elisha:


1523. giyl {gheel}; or (by permutation) guwl {gool}; a primitive root;

properly, to spin round (under the influence of any violent emotion), i.e.

usually rejoice, or (as cringing) fear: ---be glad, joy, be joyful,


1524. giyl {gheel}; from 1523; a revolution (of time, i.e. an age); also

joy: --X exceedingly, gladness, X greatly, joy, rejoice(-ing), sort.

1525. giylah {ghee-law'}; or giylath {ghee-lath'}; feminine of 1524; joy:

--joy, rejoicing.

1526. Giyloniy {ghee-lo-nee'}; patrial from 1542; a Gilonite or inhabitant

of Giloh: --Gilonite.

1527. Giynath {ghee-nath'}; of uncertain derivation; Ginath, an Israelite:


1528. giyr (Aramaic) {gheer}; corresponding to 1615; lime: --plaster.

1529. Geyshan {gay-shawn'}; from the same as 1487; lumpish; Geshan, an

Israelite: --Geshan.

1530. gal {gal}; from 1556; something rolled, i.e. a heap of stone or dung

(plural ruins), by analogy, a spring of water (plural waves): --billow,

heap, spring, wave.

1531. gol {gole}; from 1556; a cup for oil (as round): --bowl.

1532. gallab {gal-lawb'}; from an unused root meaning to shave; a barber:


1533. Gilboa< {ghil-bo'-ah}; from 1530 and 1158; fountain of ebullition;

Gilboa, a mountain of Palestine: --Gilboa.

1534. galgal {gal-gal'}; by reduplication from 1556; a wheel; by analogy, a

whirlwind; also dust (as whirled): --heaven, rolling thing, wheel.

1535. galgal (Aramaic) {gal-gal'}; corresponding to 1534; a wheel: --wheel.

1536. gilgal {ghil-gawl'}; a variation of 1534: --wheel.

1537. Gilgal {ghil-gawl'}; the same as 1536 (with the article as a

properly, noun); Gilgal, the name of three places in Palestine: --Gilgal.

See also 1019.

1538. gulgoleth {gul-go'-leth}; by reduplication from 1556; a skull (as

round); by implication, a head (in enumeration of persons): --head, every

man, poll, skull.

1539. geled {ghe'-led}; from an unused root probably meaning to polish; the

(human) skin (as smooth): --skin.

1540. galah {gaw-law'}; a primitive root; to denude (especially in a

disgraceful sense); by implication, to exile (captives being usually

stripped); figuratively, to reveal: --+ advertise, appear, bewray, bring,

(carry, lead, go) captive (into captivity), depart, disclose, discover,

exile, be gone, open, X plainly, publish, remove, reveal, X shamelessly,

shew, X surely, tell, uncover.ql

1541. g@lah (Aramaic) {ghel-aw'}; or g@la> (Aramaic) {ghel-aw'};

corresponding to 1540: --bring over, carry away, reveal.

1542. Giloh {ghee-lo'}; or (fully) Giyloh {ghee-lo'}; from 1540; open;

Giloh, a place in Palestine: --Giloh.

1543. gullah {gool-law'}; feminine from 1556; a fountain, bowl or globe

(all as round): --bowl, pommel, spring.

1544. gilluwl {ghil-lool'}; or (shortened) gillul {ghil-lool'}; from 1556;

properly, a log (as round); by implication, an idol: --idol.

1545. g@lowm {ghel-ome'}; from 1563; clothing (as wrapped): --clothes.

1546. galuwth {gaw-looth'}; feminine from 1540; captivity; concretely,

exiles (collectively): --(they that are carried away) captives(-ity).

1547. galuwth (Aramaic) {gaw-looth'}; corresponding to 1546: --captivity.

1548. galach {gaw-lakh'}; a primitive root; properly, to be bald, i.e.

(causatively) to shave; figuratively to lay waste: --poll, shave (off).

1549. gillayown {ghil-law-yone'}; or gilyown {ghil-yone'}; from 1540; a

tablet for writing (as bare); by analogy, a mirror (as a plate): --glass,


1550. galiyl {gaw-leel'}; from 1556; a valve of a folding door (as

turning); also a ring (as round): --folding, ring.

1551. Galiyl {gaw-leel'}; or (prolonged) Galiylah {gaw-lee-law'}; the same

as 1550; a circle (with the article); Galil (as a special circuit) in the

North of Palestine: --Galilee.

1552. g@liylah {ghel-ee-law'}; feminine of 1550; a circuit or region:

--border, coast, country.

1553. G@liylowth {ghel-ee-lowth'}; plural of 1552; circles; Geliloth, a

place in Palestine: --Geliloth.

1554. Galliym {gal-leem'}; plural of 1530; springs; Gallim, a place in

Palestine: --Gallim.

1555. Golyath {gol-yath'}; perhaps from 1540; exile; Goljath, a Philistine:


1556. galal {gaw-lal'}; a primitive root; to roll (literally or

figuratively): --commit, remove, roll (away, down, together), run down,

seek occasion, trust, wallow.

1557. galal {gaw-lawl'}; from 1556; dung (as in balls): --dung.

1558. galal {gaw-lawl'}; from 1556; a circumstance (as rolled around); only

used adverbially, on account of: --because of, for (sake).

1559. Galal {gaw-lawl'}; from 1556, in the sense of 1560; great; Galal, the

name of two Israelites: --Galal.

1560. g@lal (Aramaic) {ghel-awl'}; from a root corresponding to 1556;

weight or size (as if rolled): --great.

1561. gelel {gay'-lel}; a variation of 1557; dung (plural balls of dung):


1562. Gilalay {ghe-lal-ah'-ee}; from 1561; dungy; Gilalai, an Israelite:


1563. galam {gaw-lam'}; a primitive root; to fold: --wrap together.

1564. golem {go'-lem}; from 1563; a wrapped (and unformed mass, i.e. as the

embryo): --substance yet being unperfect.

1565. galmuwd {gal-mood'}; probably by prolonged from 1563; sterile (as

wrapped up too hard); figuratively, desolate: --desolate, solitary.

1566. gala< {gaw-lah'}; a primitive root; to be obstinate: --(inter-)meddle


1567. Gal<ed {gal-ade'}; from 1530 and 5707; heap of testimony; Galed, a

memorial cairn East of the Jordan: --Galeed.

1568. Gil<ad {ghil-awd'}; probably from 1567; Gilad, a region East of the

Jordan; also the name of three Israelites: --Gilead, Gileadite.

1569. Gil<adiy {ghil-aw-dee'}; patronymically from 1568; a Giladite or

descendant of Gilad: --Gileadite.

1570. galash {gaw-lash'}; a primitive root; probably to caper (as a goat):


1571. gam {gam}; by contraction from an unused root meaning to gather;

properly, assemblage; used only adverbially also, even, yea, though; often

repeated as correl. both...and: --again, alike, also, (so much) as (soon),

both (so)...and , but, either...or, even, for all, (in) likewise (manner),

moreover, nay...neither, one, then(-refore), though, what, with, yea.

1572. gama> {gaw-maw'}; a primitive root (literally or figuratively) to

absorb: --swallow, drink.

1573. gome> {go'-meh}; from 1572; properly, an absorbent, i.e. the bulrush

(from its porosity); specifically the papyrus: --(bul-)rush.

1574. gomed {go'-med}; from an unused root apparently meaning to grasp;

properly, a span: --cubit.

1575. gammad {gam-mawd'}; from the same as 1574; a warrior (as grasping

weapons): --Gammadims.

1576. g@muwl {ghem-ool'}; from 1580; treatment, i.e. an act (of good or

ill); by implication, service or requital: --+ as hast served, benefit,

desert, deserving, that which he hath given, recompense, reward.

1577. gamuwl {gaw-mool'}; passive participle of 1580; rewarded; Gamul, an

Israelite: --Gamul. See also 1014.

1578. g@muwlah {ghem-oo-law'}; feminine of 1576; meaning the same: --deed,

recompense, such a reward.

1579. Gimzow {ghim-zo'}; of uncertain derivation; Gimzo, a place in

Palestine: --Gimzo.

1580. gamal {gaw-mal'}; a primitive root; to treat a person (well or ill),

i.e. benefit or requite; by implication (of toil), to ripen, i.e.

(specifically) to wean: --bestow on, deal bountifully, do (good),

recompense, requite, reward, ripen, + serve, mean, yield.

1581. gamal {gaw-mawl'}; apparently from 1580 (in the sense of labor or

burden-bearing); a camel: --camel.

1582. G@malliy {ghem-al-lee'}; probably from 1581; camel-driver; Gemalli,

an Israelite: --Gemalli.

1583. Gamliy>el {gam-lee-ale'}; from 1580 and 410; reward of God; Gamliel,

an Israelite: --Gamaliel.

1584. gamar {gaw-mar'}; a primitive root; to end (in the sense of

completion or failure): --cease, come to an end, fail, perfect, perform.

1585. g@mar (Aramaic) {ghem-ar'}; corresponding to 1584: --perfect.

1586. Gomer {go'-mer}; from 1584; completion; Gomer, the name of a son of

Japheth and of his descendants; also of a Hebrewess: --Gomer.

1587. G@maryah {ghem-ar-yaw'}; or G@maryahuw {ghem-ar-yaw'-hoo}; from 1584

and 3050; Jah has perfected; Gemarjah, the name of two Israelites:


1588. gan {gan}; from 1598; a garden (as fenced): --garden.

1589. ganab {gaw-nab'}; a primitive root; to thieve (literally or

figuratively); by implication, to deceive: --carry away, X indeed, secretly

bring, steal (away), get by stealth.

1590. gannab {gaw-nab'}; from 1589; a stealer: --thief.

1591. g@nebah {ghen-ay-baw'}; from 1589; stealing, i.e. (concretely)

something stolen: --theft.

1592. G@nubath {ghen-oo-bath'}; from 1589; theft; Genubath, an Edomitish

prince: --Genubath.

1593. gannah {gan-naw'}; feminine of 1588; a garden: --garden.

1594. ginnah {ghin-naw'}; another form for 1593: --garden.

1595. genez {gheh'-nez}; from an unused root meaning to store; treasure; by

implication, a coffer: --chest, treasury.

1596. g@naz (Aramaic) {ghen-az'}; corresponding to 1595; treasure:


1597. ginzak {ghin-zak'}; prolonged from 1595; a treasury: --treasury.

1598. ganan {gaw-nan'}; a primitive root; to hedge about, i.e. (generally)

protect: --defend.

1599. Ginn@thown {ghin-neth-one}; or Ginn@thow {ghin-neth-o'}; from 1598;

gardener; Ginnethon or Ginnetho, an Israelite: --Ginnetho, Ginnethon.

1600. ga<ah {gaw-aw'}; a primitive root; to bellow (as cattle): --low.

1601. Go<ah {go-aw'}; feminine active participle of 1600; lowing; Goah, a

place near Jerusalem: --Goath.

1602. ga<al {gaw-al'}; a primitive root; to detest; by implication, to

reject: --abhor, fail, lothe, vilely cast away.

1603. Ga<al {gah'-al}; from 1602; loathing; Gaal, an Israelite: --Gaal.

1604. go<al {go'-al}; from 1602; abhorrence: --loathing.

1605. ga<ar {gaw-ar'}; a primitive root; to chide: --corrupt, rebuke,


1606. g@<arah {gheh-aw-raw'}; from 1605; a chiding: --rebuke(-ing),


1607. ga<ash {gaw-ash'}; a primitive root to agitate violently: --move,

shake, toss, trouble.

1608. Ga<ash {ga'-ash}; from 1607; a quaking; Gaash, a hill in Palestine:


1609. Ga<tam {gah-tawm'}; of uncertain derivation; Gatam, an Edomite:


1610. gaph {gaf}; from an unused root meaning to arch; the back; by

extensive the body or self: --+ highest places, himself.

1611. gaph (Aramaic) {gaf}; corresponding to 1610; a wing: --wing.

1612. gephen {gheh'-fen}; from an unused root meaning to bend; a vine (as

twining), especially the grape: --vine, tree.

1613. gopher {go'-fer}; from an unused root, probably meaning to house in;

a kind of tree or wood (as used for building), apparently the cypress:


1614. gophriyth {gof-reeth'}; probably feminine of 1613; properly,

cypress-resin; by analogy, sulphur (as equally inflammable): --brimstone.

1615. gir {gheer}; perhaps from 3564; lime (from being burned in a kiln):


1616. ger {gare}; or (fully) geyr (gare); from 1481; properly, a guest; by

implication, a foreigner: --alien, sojourner, stranger.

1617. Gera> {gay-raw'}; perhaps from 1626; a grain; Gera, the name of six

Israelites: --Gera.

1618. garab {gaw-rawb'}; from an unused root meaning to scratch; scurf

(from itching): --scab, scurvy.

1619. Gareb {gaw-rabe'}; from the same as 1618; scabby; Gareb, the name of

an Israelite, also of a hill near Jerusalem: --Gareb.

1620. gargar {gar-gar'}; by reduplication from 1641; a berry (as if a

pellet of rumination): --berry.

1621. garg@rowth {gar-gher-owth'}; feminine plural from 1641; the throat

(as used in rumination): --neck.

1622. Girgashiy {ghir-gaw-shee'}; patrial from an unused name [of uncertain

derivation]; a Girgashite, one of the native tribes of Canaan:

--Girgashite, Girgasite.

1623. garad {gaw-rad'}; a primitive root; to abrade: --scrape.

1624. garah {gaw-raw'}; a primitive root; properly, to grate, i.e.

(figuratively) to anger: --contend, meddle, stir up, strive.

1625. gerah {gay-raw'}; from 1641; the cud (as scraping the throat): --cud.

1626. gerah {gay-raw'}; from 1641 (as in 1625); properly, (like 1620) a

kernel (round as if scraped), i.e. a gerah or small weight (and coin):


1627. garown {gaw-rone'}; or (shortened) garon {gaw-rone'}; from 1641; the

throat [compare 1621] (as roughened by swallowing): --X aloud, mouth, neck,


1628. geruwth {gay-rooth'}; from 1481; a (temporary) residence:


1629. garaz {gaw-raz'}; a primitive root; to cut off: --cut off.

1630. G@riziym {gher-ee-zeem'}; plural of an unused noun from 1629 [compare

1511], cut up (i.e. rocky); Gerizim, a mountain of Palestine: --Gerizim.

1631. garzen {gar-zen'}; from 1629; an axe: --ax.

1632. garol {gaw-role'}; from the same as 1486; harsh: --man of great [as

in the margin which reads 1419].

1633. garam {gaw-ram'}; a primitive root; to be spare or skeleton-like;

used only as a denominative from 1634; (causative) to bone, i.e. denude (by

extensive, craunch) the bones: --gnaw the bones, break.

1634. gerem {gheh'-rem}; from 1633; a bone (as the skeleton of the body);

hence, self, i.e. (figuratively) very: --bone, strong, top.

1635. gerem (Aramaic) {gheh'-rem}; corresponding to 1634; a bone: --bone.

1636. Garmiy {gar-mee'}; from 1634; bony, i.e. strong: --Garmite.

1637. goren {go'-ren}; from an unused root meaning to smooth; a

threshing-floor (as made even); by analogy, any open area: --(barn, corn,

threshing-)floor, (threshing-, void) place.

1638. garac {gaw-ras'}; a primitive root; to crush; also (intransitively

and figuratively) to dissolve: --break.

1639. gara< {gaw-rah'}; a primitive root; to scrape off; by implication, to

shave, remove, lessen, withhold: --abate, clip, (di-)minish, do (take)

away, keep back, restrain, make small, withdraw.

1640. garaph {gaw-raf'}; a primitive root; to bear off violently: --sweep


1641. garar {gaw-rar'}; a primitive root; to drag off roughly; by

implication, to bring up the cud (i.e. ruminate); by analogy, to saw:

--catch, chew, X continuing, destroy, saw.

1642. G@rar {gher-awr'}; probably from 1641; a rolling country; Gerar, a

Philistine city: --Gerar.

1643. geres {gheh'-res}; from an unused root meaning to husk; a kernel

(collectively), i.e. grain: --beaten corn.

1644. garash {gaw-rash'}; a primitive root; to drive out from a possession;

especially to expatriate or divorce: --cast up (out), divorced (woman),

drive away (forth, out), expel, X surely put away, trouble, thrust out.

1645. geresh {gheh'-resh}; from 1644; produce (as if expelled): --put


1646. g@rushah {gher-oo-shaw'}; feminine passive participle of 1644;

(abstractly) dispossession: --exaction.

1647. Ger@shom {gay-resh-ome'}; for 1648; Gereshom, the name of four

Israelites: --Gershom.

1648. Ger@shown {gay-resh-one'}; or Ger@showm {gay-resh-ome'}; from 1644; a

refugee; Gereshon or Gereshom, an Israelite: --Gershon, Gershom.

1649. Ger@shunniy {gay-resh-oon-nee'}; patronymically from 1648; a

Gereshonite or descendant of Gereshon: --Gershonite, sons of Gershon.

1650. G@shuwr {ghesh-oor'}; from an unused root (meaning to join); bridge;

Geshur, a district of Syria: --Geshur, Geshurite.

1651. G@shuwriy {ghe-shoo-ree'}; patrial from 1650; a Geshurite (also

collectively) or inhabitants of Geshur: --Geshuri, Geshurites.

1652. gasham {gaw-sham'}; a primitive root; to shower violently: --(cause

to) rain.

1653. geshem {gheh'-shem}; from 1652; a shower: --rain, shower.

1654. Geshem {gheh'-shem}; or (prolonged) Gashmuw {gash-moo'}; the same as

1653; Geshem or Gashmu, an Arabian: --Geshem, Gashmu

1655. geshem (Aramaic) {gheh'-shem}; apparently the same as 1653; used in a

peculiar sense, the body (probably for the [figuratively] idea of a hard

rain): --body.

1656. goshem {go'-shem}; from 1652; equivalent to 1653: --rained upon.

1657. Goshen {go'-shen}; probably of Egyptian origin; Goshen, the residence

of the Israelites in Egypt; also a place in Palestine: --Goshen.

1658. Gishpa> {ghish-paw'}; of uncertain derivation; Gishpa, an Israelite:


1659. gashash {gaw-shash'}; a primitive root; apparently to feel about:


1660. gath {gath}; probably from 5059 (in the sense of treading out

grapes); a wine-press (or vat for holding the grapes in pressing them):

--(wine-)press (fat).

1661. Gath {gath}; the same as 1660; Gath, a Philistine city: --Gath.

1662. Gath-ha-Chepher {gath-hah-khay'-fer}; or (abridged) Gittah-Chepher

{ghit-taw-khay'-fer}; from 1660 and 2658 with the article inserted;

wine-press of (the) well; Gath-Chepher, a place in Palestine: --Gath-kephr,


1663. Gittiy {ghit-tee'}; patrial from 1661; a Gittite or inhabitant of

Gath: --Gittite.

1664. Gittayim {ghit-tah'-yim}; dual of 1660; double wine-press; Gittajim,

a place in Palestine: --Gittaim.

1665. Gittiyth {ghit-teeth'}; feminine of 1663; a Gittite harp: --Gittith.

1666. Gether {gheh'-ther}; of uncertain derivation; Gether, a son of Aram,

and the region settled by him: --Gether.

1667. Gath-Rimmown {gath-rim-mone'}; from 1660 and 7416; wine-press of

(the) pomegranate; Gath-Rimmon, a place in Palestine: --Gath-rimmon.

1668. da> (Aramaic) {daw}; corresponding to 2088; this: --one..another,


1669. da>ab {daw-ab'}; a primitive root; to pine: --mourn, sorrow(-ful).

1670. d@>abah {deh-aw-baw'}; from 1669; properly, pining; by analogy, fear:


1671. d@>abown {deh-aw-bone'}; from 1669; pining: --sorrow.

1672. da>ag {daw-ag'}; a primitive root; be anxious: --be afraid (careful,

sorry), sorrow, take thought.

1673. Do>eg {do-ayg'}; or (fully) Dow>eg {do-ayg'}; active participle of

1672; anxious; Doeg, an Edomite: --Doeg.

1674. d@>agah {deh-aw-gaw'}; from 1672; anxiety: --care(-fulness), fear,

heaviness, sorrow.

1675. da>ah {daw-aw'}; a primitive root; to dart, i.e. fly rapidly: --fly.

1676. da>ah {daw-aw'}; from 1675; the kite (from its rapid flight):

--vulture. See 7201.

1677. dob {dobe}; or (fully) dowb {dobe}; from 1680; the bear (as slow):


1678. dob (Aramaic) {dobe}; corresponding to 1677: --bear.

1679. dobe> {do'-beh}; from an unused root (compare 1680) (probably meaning

to be sluggish, i.e. restful); quiet: --strength.

1680. dabab {daw-bab'}; a primitive root (compare 1679); to move slowly,

i.e. glide: --cause to speak.

1681. dibbah {dib-baw'}; from 1680 (in the sense of furtive motion);

slander: --defaming, evil report, infamy, slander.

1682. d@bowrah {deb-o-raw'}; or (shortened) d@borah {deb-o-raw'}; from 1696

(in the sense of orderly motion); the bee (from its systematic instincts):


1683. D@bowrah {deb-o-raw'}; or (shortened) D@borah {deb-o-raw'}; the same

as 1682; Deborah, the name of two Hebrewesses: --Deborah.

1684. d@bach (Aramaic) {deb-akh'}; corresponding to 2076; to sacrifice (an

animal): --offer [sacrifice].

1685. d@bach (Aramaic) {deb-akh'}; from 1684; a sacrifice: --sacrifice.

1686. dibyown {dib-yone'}; in the margin for the textual reading, cheryown

{kher-yone'}; both (in the plural only and) of uncertain derivation;

probably some cheap vegetable, perhaps a bulbous root: --dove's dung.

1687. d@biyr {deb-eer'}; or (shortened) d@bir {deb-eer'}; from 1696

(apparently in the sense of oracle); the shrine or innermost part of the

sanctuary: --oracle.

1688. D@biyr {deb-eer'}; or (shortened) D@bir (Josh. 13:26 [but see 3810])

{deb-eer'}; the same as 1687; Debir, the name of an Amoritish king and of

two places in Palestine: --Debir.

1689. Diblah {dib-law'}; probably an orthographical error for 7247; Diblah,

a place in Syria: --Diblath.

1690. d@belah {deb-ay-law'}; from an unused root (akin to 2082) probably

meaning to press together; a cake of pressed figs: --cake (lump) of figs.

1691. Diblayim {dib-lah'-yim}; dual from the masculine of 1690; two cakes;

Diblajim, a symbolic name: --Diblaim.

1692. dabaq {daw-bak'}; a primitive root; properly, to impinge, i.e. cling

or adhere; figuratively, to catch by pursuit: --abide fast, cleave (fast

together), follow close (hard after), be joined (together), keep (fast),

overtake, pursue hard, stick, take.

1693. d@baq (Aramaic) {deb-ak'}; corresponding to 1692; to stick to:


1694. debeq {deh'-bek}; from 1692; a joint; by implication, solder:

--joint, solder.

1695. dabeq {daw-bake'}; from 1692; adhering: --cleave, joining, stick


1696. dabar {daw-bar'}; a primitive root; perhaps properly, to arrange; but

used figuratively (of words), to speak; rarely (in a destructive sense) to

subdue: --answer, appoint, bid, command, commune, declare, destroy, give,

name, promise, pronounce, rehearse, say, speak, be spokesman, subdue, talk,

teach, tell, think, use [entreaties], utter, X well, X work.

1697. dabar {daw-baw'}; from 1696; a word; by implication, a matter (as

spoken of) or thing; adverbially, a cause: --act, advice, affair, answer, X

any such (thing), because of, book, business, care, case, cause, certain

rate, + chronicles, commandment, X commune(-ication), + concern[-ing], +

confer, counsel, + dearth, decree, deed, X disease, due, duty, effect, +

eloquent, errand, [evil favoured-]ness, + glory, + harm, hurt, + iniquity,

+ judgment, language, + lying, manner, matter, message, [no] thing, oracle,

X ought, X parts, + pertaining, + please, portion, + power, promise,

provision, purpose, question, rate, reason, report, request, X (as hast)

said, sake, saying, sentence, + sign, + so, some [uncleanness], somewhat to

say, + song, speech, X spoken, talk, task, + that, X there done, thing

(concerning), thought, + thus, tidings, what[-soever], + wherewith, which,

word, work.

1698. deber {deh'-ber}; from 1696 (in the sense of destroying); a

pestilence: --murrain, pestilence, plague.

1699. dober {do'-ber}; from 1696 (in its original sense); a pasture (from

its arrangement of the flock): --fold, manner.

1699'. dibber {dib-bare'}; for 1697: --word.

1700. dibrah {dib-raw'}; feminine of 1697; a reason, suit or style:

--cause, end, estate, order, regard.

1701. dibrah (Aramaic) {dib-raw'}; corresponding to 1700: --intent, sake.

1702. dob@rah {do-ber-aw'}; feminine active participle of 1696 in the sense

of driving [compare 1699]; a raft: --float.

1703. dabbarah {dab-baw-raw'}; intensive from 1696; a word: --word.

1704. Dibriy {dib-ree'}; from 1697; wordy; Dibri, an Israelite: --Dibri.

1705. Dab@rath {daw-ber-ath'}; from 1697 (perhaps in the sense of 1699);

Daberath, a place in Palestine: --Dabareh, Daberath.

1706. d@bash {deb-ash'}; from an unused root meaning to be gummy; honey

(from its stickiness); by analogy, syrup: --honey([-comb]).

1707. dabbesheth {dab-beh'-sheth}; intensive from the same as 1706; a

sticky mass, i.e. the hump of a camel: --hunch [of a camel].

1708. Dabbesheth {dab-beh'-sheth}; the same as 1707; Dabbesheth, a place in

Palestine: --Dabbesheth.

1709. dag {dawg}; or (fully) da>g (Nehemiah 13:16) {dawg}; from 1711; a

fish (as prolific); or perhaps rather from 1672 (as timid); but still

better from 1672 (in the sense of squirming, i.e. moving by the vibratory

action of the tail); a fish (often used collectively): --fish.

1710. dagah {daw-gaw'}; feminine of 1709, and meaning the same: --fish.

1711. dagah {daw-gaw'}; a primitive root; to move rapidly; used only as a

denominative from 1709; to spawn, i.e. become numerous: --grow.

1712. Dagown {daw-gohn'}; from 1709; the fish-god; Dagon, a Philistine

deity: --Dagon.

1713. dagal {daw-gal'}; a primitive root; to flaunt, i.e. raise a flag;

figuratively, to be conspicuous: --(set up, with) banners, chiefest.

1714. degel {deh'-gel}; from 1713; a flag: --banner, standard.

1715. dagan {daw-gawn'}; from 1711; properly, increase, i.e. grain: --corn

([floor]), wheat.

1716. dagar {daw-gar'}; a primitive root, to brood over eggs or young:

--gather, sit.

1717. dad {dad}; apparently from the same as 1730; the breast (as the seat

of love, or from its shape): --breast, teat.

1718. dadah {daw-daw'}; a doubtful root; to walk gently: --go (softly,


1719. D@dan {ded-awn'}; or (prolonged) D@daneh (Ezek. 25:13)

{deh-daw'-neh}; of uncertain derivation; Dedan, the name of two Cushites

and of their territory: --Dedan.

1720. D@daniym {ded-aw-neem'}; plural of 1719 (as patrial); Dedanites, the

descendants or inhabitants of Dedan: --Dedanim.

1721. Dodaniym {do-daw-neem'}; or (by orthographical error) Rodaniym (1

Chron. 1:7) {ro-daw-neem'}; a plural of uncertain derivation; Dodanites, or

descendants of a son of Javan: --Dodanim.

1722. d@hab (Aramaic) {deh-hab'}; corresponding to 2091; gold: --gold(-en).

1723. Dahava< (Aramaic) {dah-hav-aw'}; of uncertain derivation; Dahava, a

people colonized in Samaria: --Dehavites.

1724. daham {daw-ham'}; a primitive root (compare 1740); to be dumb, i.e.

(figuratively) dumbfounded: --astonished.

1725. dahar {daw-har'}; a primitive root; to curvet or move irregularly:


1726. dahahar {dah-hah-har'}; by reduplication from 1725; a gallop:


1727. duwb {doob}; a primitive root; to mope, i.e. (figuratively) pine:


1728. davvag {dav-vawg'}; an orthographical variation of 1709 as a

denominative [1771]; a fisherman: --fisher.

1729. duwgah {doo-gaw'}; feminine from the same as 1728; properly, fishery,

i.e. a hook for fishing: --fish [hook].

1730. dowd {dode}; or (shortened) dod {dode}; from an unused root meaning

properly, to boil, i.e. (figuratively) to love; by implication, a

love-token, lover, friend; specifically an uncle: --(well-)beloved,

father's brother, love, uncle.

1731. duwd {dood}; from the same as 1730; a pot (for boiling); also (by

resemblance of shape) a basket: --basket, caldron, kettle, (seething) pot.

1732. David {daw-veed'}; rarely (fully); Daviyd {daw-veed'}; from the same

as 1730; loving; David, the youngest son of Jesse: --David.

1733. dowdah {do-daw'}; feminine of 1730; an aunt: --aunt, father's sister,

uncle's wife.

1734. Dowdow {do-do'}; from 1730; loving; Dodo, the name of three

Israelites: --Dodo.

1735. Dowdavahuw {do-daw-vaw'-hoo}; from 1730 and 3050; love of Jah;

Dodavah, an Israelite: --Dodavah.

1736. duwday {doo-dah'-ee}; from 173l; a boiler or basket; also the

mandrake (as an aphrodisiac): --basket, mandrake.

1737. Dowday {do-dah'ee}; formed like 1736; amatory; Dodai, an Israelite:


1738. davah {daw-vaw'}; a primitive root; to be sick (as if in

menstruation): --infirmity.

1739. daveh {daw-veh'}; from 1738; sick (especially in menstruation):

--faint, menstruous cloth, she that is sick, having sickness.

1740. duwach {doo'-akh}; a primitive root; to thrust away; figuratively, to

cleanse: --cast out, purge, wash.

1741. d@vay {dev-ah'ee}; from 1739; sickness; figuratively, loathing:

--languishing, sorrowful.

1742. davvay {dav-voy'}; from 1739; sick; figuratively, troubled: --faint.

1743. duwk {dook}; a primitive root; to bruise in a mortar: --beat.

1744. duwkiyphath {doo-kee-fath'}; of uncertain derivation; the hoopoe or

else the grouse: --lapwing.

1745. duwmah {doo-maw'}; from an unused root meaning to be dumb (compare

1820); silence; figuratively, death: --silence.

1746. Duwmah {doo-maw'}; the same as 1745; Dumah, a tribe and region of

Arabia: --Dumah.

1747. duwmiyah {doo-me-yaw'}; from 1820; stillness; adverbially, silently;

abstractly quiet, trust: --silence, silent, waiteth.

1748. duwmam {doo-mawm'}; from 1826; still; adverbially, silently: --dumb,

silent, quietly wait.

1749. downag {do-nag'}; of uncertain derivation; wax; --wax.

1750. duwts {doots}; a primitive root; to leap: --be turned.

1751. duwq (Aramaic) {dook}; corresponding to 1854; to crumble: --be broken

to pieces.

1752. duwr {dure}; a primitive root; properly, to gyrate (or move in a

circle), i.e. to remain: --dwell.

1753. duwr (Aramaic) {dure}; corresponding to 1752; to reside: --dwell.

1754. duwr {dure}; from 1752; a circle, ball or pile: --ball, turn, round


1755. dowr {dore}; or (shortened) dor {dore}; from 1752; properly, a

revolution of time, i.e. an age or generation; also a dwelling: --age, X

evermore, generation, [n-]ever, posterity.

1756. Dowr {dore} or (by permutation) Do>r (Josh. 17:11; 1 Kings 4:11)

{dore}; from 1755; dwelling; Dor, a place in Palestine: --Dor.

1757. Duwra> (Aramaic) {doo-raw'}; probably from 1753; circle or dwelling;

Dura, a place in Babylonia: --Dura.

1758. duwsh {doosh}; or dowsh {dosh}; or diysh {deesh}; a primitive root;

to trample or thresh: --break, tear, thresh, tread out (down), at grass

[Jer. 50:11, by mistake for 1877].

1759. duwsh (Aramaic) {doosh}; corresponding to 1758; to trample: --tread


1760. dachah {daw-khaw'}; or dachach {Jer. 23:12) {daw-khakh'}; a primitive

root; to push down: --chase, drive away (on), overthrow, outcast, X sore,

thrust, totter.

1761. dachavah (Aramaic) {dakh-av-aw'}; from the equivalent of 1760;

probably a musical instrument (as being struck): --instrument of music.

1762. d@chiy {deh-khee'}; from 1760; a push, i.e. (by implication) a fall:


1763. d@chal (Aramaic) {deh-khal'}; corresponding to 2119; to slink, i.e.

(by implication) to fear, or (causatively) be formidable: --make afraid,

dreadful, fear, terrible.

1764. dochan {do'-khan}; of uncertain derivation; millet: --millet.

1765. dachaph {daw-khaf'}; a primitive root; to urge, i.e. hasten: --(be)

haste(-ned), pressed on.

1766. dachaq {daw-khak'}; a primitive root; to press, i.e. oppress:

--thrust, vex.

1767. day {dahee}; of uncertain derivation; enough (as noun or adverb),

used chiefly with preposition in phrases: --able, according to, after

(ability), among, as (oft as), (more than) enough, from, in, since, (much

as is) sufficient(-ly), too much, very, when.

1768. diy (Aramaic) {dee}; apparently for 1668; that, used as relative

conjunction, and especially (with a preposition) in adverbial phrases; also

as preposition of: --X as, but, for(-asmuch +), + now, of, seeing, than,

that, therefore, until, + what (-soever), when, which, whom, whose.

1769. Diybown {dee-bome'}; or (shortened) Diybon {dee-bone'}; from 1727;

pining: -Dibon, the name of three places in Palestine: --Dibon. [Also, with

1410 added, Dibon-gad.]

1770. diyg {deeg}; denominative from 1709; to fish: --fish.

1771. dayag {dah-yawg'}; from 1770; a fisherman: --fisher.

1772. dayah {dah-yaw'}; intensive from 1675; a falcon (from its rapid

flight): --vulture.

1773. d@yow {deh-yo'}; of uncertain derivation; ink: --ink.

1774. Diy zahab {dee zaw-hawb'}; as if from 1768 and 2091; of gold;

Dizahab, a place in the Desert: --Dizahab.

1775. Diymown {dee-mone'}; perhaps for 1769; Dimon, a place in Palestine:


1776. Diymownah {dee-mo-naw'}; feminine of 1775; Dimonah, a place in

Palestine: --Dimonah.

1777. diyn {deen}; or (Gen. 6:3). duwn {doon}; a primitive root [comp.

113]; to rule; by impl. to judge (as umpire); also to strive (as at law):

--contend, execute (judgment), judge, minister judgment, plead (the cause),

at strife, strive.

1778. diyn (Aramaic) {deen}; corresponding to 1777; to judge: --judge.

1779. diyn {deen}; or (Job 19:29). duwn {doon}; from 1777; judgment (the

suit, justice, sentence or tirbunal); by impl. also strife: --cause,

judgment, plea, strife.

1780. diyn (Aramaic) {deen}; corresponding to 1779: --judgment,.

1781. dayan {dah-yawn'}; from 1777; a judge or advocate: --judge.

1782. dayan (Aramaic) {dah-yawn'}; corresponding to 1781: --judge.

1783. Diynah {dee-naw'}; feminine of 1779; justice; Dinah, the daughter of

Jacob: --Dinah.

1784. Diynay (Aramaic) {dee-nah'ee}; patrial from an uncertain primitive; a

Dinaite or inhabitant of some unknown Assyrian province: --Dinaite.

Diyphath.  See 7384.

1785. dayeq {daw-yake'}; from a root corresponding to 1751; a battering

tower: --fort.

1786. dayish {day'-yish}; from 1758; threshing time: --threshing.

1787. Diyshown, Diyshon, Dishown, or Dishon {dee-shone'}; the same as 1788;

Dishon, the name of two Edomites: --Dishon.

1788. diyshon {dee-shone'}; from 1758; the leaper, i.e. an antelope:


1789. Diyshan {dee-shawn'}; another form of 1787; Dishan, an Edomite:

--Dishan, Dishon.

1790. dak {dak}; from an unused root (comp., 1794); crushed, i.e.

(figuratively) injured: --afflicted, oppressed.

1791. dek (Aramaic) {dake}; or dak (Aramaic) {dawk}; prolonged from 1668;

this: --the same, this.

1792. daka> {daw-kaw'}; a primitive root (compare 1794); to crumble;

transitively, to bruise (literally or figuratively): --beat to pieces,

break (in pieces), bruise, contrite, crush, destroy, humble, oppress,


1793. dakka> {dak-kaw'}; from 1792; crushed (literally powder, or

figuratively, contrite): --contrite, destruction.

1794. dakah {daw-kaw'}; a primitive root (compare 1790, 1792); to collapse

(phys. or mentally): --break (sore), contrite, crouch.

1795. dakkah {dak-kaw'}; from 1794 like 1793; mutilated: -- + wounded.

1796. dokiy {dok-ee'}; from 1794; a dashing of surf: --wave.

1797. dikken (Aramaic) {dik-kane'}; prolonged from 1791; this: --same,

that, this.

1798. d@kar (Aramaic) {dek-ar'}; corresponding to 2145; properly, a male,

i.e. of sheep: --ram.

1799. dikrown (Aramaic) {dik-rone'}; or dokran {dok-rawn'} (Aramaic);

corresponding to 2146; a register: --record.

1800. dal {dal}; from 1809; properly, dangling, i.e. (by implication) weak

or thin: --lean, needy, poor (man), weaker.

1801. dalag {daw-lag'}; a primitive root; to spring: --leap.

1802. dalah {daw-law'}; a primitive root (compare 1809); properly, to

dangle, i.e. to let down a bucket (for drawing out water); figuratively, to

deliver: --draw (out), X enough, lift up.

1803. dallah {dal-law'}; from 1802; properly, something dangling, i.e. a

loose thread or hair; figuratively, indigent: --hair, pining sickness,

poor(-est sort).

1804. dalach {daw-lakh'}; a primitive root; to roil water: --trouble.

1805. d@liy {del-ee'}; or doliy {dol-ee'}; from 1802; a pail or jar (for

drawing water): --bucket.

1806. D@layah {del-aw-yaw'}; or (prolonged) D@layahhuw {del-aw-yaw'-hoo};

from 1802 and 3050; Jah has delivered; Delajah, the name of five

Israelites: --Dalaiah, Delaiah.

1807. D@liylah {del-ee-law'}; from 1809; languishing: -Delilah, a

Philistine woman: --Delilah.

1808. daliyah {daw-lee-yaw'}; from 1802; something dangling, i.e. a bough:


1809. dalal {daw-lal'}; a primitive root (compare 1802); to slacken or be

feeble; figuratively, to be oppressed: --bring low, dry up, be emptied, be

not equal, fail, be impoverished, be made thin.

1810. Dil<an {dil-awn'}; of uncertain derivation; Dilan, a place in

Palestine: --Dilean.

1811. dalaph {daw-laf'}; a primitive root; to drip; by implication, to

weep: --drop through, melt, pour out.

1812. deleph {deh'-lef}; from 1811; a dripping: --dropping.

1813. Dalphown {dal-fone'}; from 1811; dripping; Dalphon, a son of Haman:


1814. dalaq {daw-lak'}; a primitive root; to flame (literally or

figuratively): --burning, chase, inflame, kindle, persecute(-or), pursue


1815. d@laq (Aramaic) {del-ak'}; corresponding to 1814: --burn.

1816. dalleqeth {dal-lek'-keth}: from 1814; a burning fever:


1817. deleth {deh'-leth}; from 1802; something swinging, i.e. the valve of

a door: --door (two-leaved), gate, leaf, lid. [In Psa. 141:3, dal, irreg.].

1818. dam {dawm}; from 1826 (compare 119); blood (as that which when shed

causes death) of man or an animal; by analogy, the juice of the grape;

figuratively (especially in the plural) bloodshed (i.e. drops of blood):

--blood(-y, --guiltiness, [-thirsty], + innocent.

1819. damah {daw-maw'}; a primitive root; to compare; by implication, to

resemble, liken, consider: --compare, devise, (be) like(-n), mean, think,

use similitudes.

1820. damah {daw-mam'}; a primitive root; to be dumb or silent; hence, to

fail or perish; trans. to destroy: --cease, be cut down (off), destroy, be

brought to silence, be undone, X utterly.

1821. d@mah (Aramaic) {dem-aw'}; corresponding to 1819; to resemble: --be


1822. dummah {doom-maw'}; from 1820; desolation; concretely, desolate:


1823. d@muwth {dem-ooth'}; from 1819; resemblance; concretely, model,

shape; adverbially, like: --fashion, like (-ness, as), manner, similitude.

1824. d@miy {dem-ee'}; or domiy {dom-ee'}; from 1820; quiet: --cutting off,

rest, silence.

1825. dimyown {dim-yone'}; from 1819; resemblance: --X like.

1826. damam {daw-man'}; a prim root [compare 1724, 1820]; to be dumb; by

implication, to be astonished, to stop; also to perish: --cease, be cut

down (off), forbear, hold peace, quiet self, rest, be silent, keep (put to)

silence, be (stand) still, tarry, wait.

1827. d@mamah {dem-aw-maw'}; feminine from 1826; quiet: --calm, silence,


1828. domen {do'-men}; of uncertain derivation; manure: --dung.

1829. Dimnah {dim-naw'}; feminine from the same as 1828; a dung-heap;

Dimnah, a place in Palestine: --Dimnah.

1830. dama< {daw-mah'}; a primitive root; to weep: --X sore, weep.

1831. dema< {dah'-mah}; from 1830; a tear; figuratively, juice: --liquor.

1832. dim<ah {dim-aw'}; feminine of 1831; weeping: --tears.

1833. d@mesheq {dem-eh'-shek}; by orthographical variation from 1834;

damask (as a fabric of Damascus): --in Damascus.

1834. Dammeseq {dam-meh'-sek}; or Duwmeseq {doo-meh'-sek}; or Darmeseq

{dar-meh'-sek}; of foreign origin; Damascus, a city of Syria: --Damascus.

1835. Dan {dawn}; from 1777; judge; Dan, one of the sons of Jacob; also the

tribe descended from him, and its territory; likewise a place in Palestine

colonized by them: --Dan.

1836. den (Aramaic) {dane}; an orthographical variation of 1791; this:

--[afore-]time, + after this manner, here [-after], one...another, such,

there[-fore], these, this (matter), + thus, where[-fore], which.

1837. Dannah {dan-naw'}; of uncertain derivation; Dannah, a place in

Palestine: --Dannah.

1838. Dinhabah {din-haw-baw'}; of uncertain derivation; Dinhabah, an

Edomitish town: --Dinhaban.

1839. Daniy {daw-nee'}; patronymically from 1835; a Danite (often

collectively) or descendants (or inhabitants) of Dan: --Danites, of Dan.

1840. Daniye>l {daw-nee-yale'}; in Ezekiel it is: Dani>el {daw-nee-ale'};

from 1835 and 410; judge of God; Daniel or Danijel, the name of two

Israelites: --Daniel.

1841. Daniye>l (Aramaic) {daw-nee-yale'}; corresponding to 1840; Danijel,

the Heb. prophet: --Daniel.

1842. Dan Ya<an {dawn yah'-an}; from 1835 and (apparently) 3282; judge of

purpose; Dan-Jaan, a place in Palestine: --Dan-jaan.

1843. dea< {day'-ah}; from 3045; knowledge: --knowledge, opinion.

1844. de<ah {day-aw'}; feminine of 1843; knowledge: --knowledge.

1845. D@<uw>el {deh-oo-ale'}; from 3045 and 410; known of God; Deuel, an

Israelite: --Deuel.

1846. da<ak {daw-ak'}; a primitive root; to be extinguished; figuratively,

to expire or be dried up: --be extinct, consumed, put out, quenched.

1847. da<ath {dah'-ath}; from 3045; knowledge: --cunning, [ig-]norantly,

know(-ledge), [un-]awares (wittingly).

1848. dophiy {dof'-ee}; from an unused root (meaning to push over); a

stumbling-block: --slanderest.

1849. daphaq {daw-fak'}; a primitive root; to knock; by analogy, to press

severely: --beat, knock, overdrive.

1850. Dophqah {dof-kaw'}; from 1849; a knock; Dophkah, a place in the

Desert: --Dophkah.

1851. daq {dak}; from 1854; crushed, i.e. (by implication) small or thin:

--dwarf, lean[-fleshed], very little thing, small, thin.

1852. doq {doke}; from 1854; something crumbling, i.e. fine (as a thin

cloth): --curtain.

1853. Diqlah {dik-law'}; of foreign origin; Diklah, a region of Arabia:


1854. daqaq {daw-kak'}; a primitive root [compare 1915]; to crush (or

intransitively) crumble: --beat in pieces (small), bruise, make dust,

(into) X powder, (be, very) small, stamp (small).

1855. d@qaq (Aramaic) {dek-ak'}; corresponding to 1854; to crumble or

(trans.) crush: --break to pieces.

1856. daqar {daw-kar'}; a primitive root; to stab; by analogy, to starve;

figuratively, to revile: --pierce, strike (thrust) through, wound.

1857. Deqer {deh'-ker}; from 1856; a stab; Deker, an Israelite: --Dekar.

1858. dar {dar}; apparently from the same as 1865; properly, a pearl (from

its sheen as rapidly turned); by analogy, pearl-stone, i.e. mother-of-pearl

or alabaster: --X white.

1859. dar (Aramaic) {dawr}; corresponding to 1755; an age: --generation.

1860. d@ra>own {der-aw-one'}; or dera>own {day-raw-one;}; from an unused

root (meaning to repulse); an object of aversion: --abhorring, contempt.

1861. dorbown {dor-bone'} [also dor-bawn']; of uncertain derivation; a

goad: --goad.

1862. Darda< {dar-dah'}; apparently from 1858 and 1843; pearl of knowledge;

Darda, an Israelite: --Darda.

1863. dardar {dar-dar'}; of uncertain derivation; a thorn: --thistle.

1864. darowm {daw-rome'}; of uncertain derivation; the south; poet. the

south wind: --south.

1865. d@rowr {der-ore'}; from an unused root (meaning to move rapidly);

freedom; hence, spontaneity of outflow, and so clear: --liberty, pure.

1866. d@rowr {der-ore'}; the same as 1865, applied to a bird; the swift, a

kind of swallow: --swallow.

1867. Dar<yavesh {daw-reh-yaw-vaysh'}; of Persian origin; Darejavesh, a

title (rather than name) of several Persian kings: --Darius.

1868. Dar@yavesh (Aramaic) {daw-reh-yaw-vaysh'}; corresponding to 1867:


1869. darak {daw-rak'}; a primitive root; to tread; by implication, to

walk; also to string a bow (by treading on it in bending): --archer, bend,

come, draw, go (over), guide, lead (forth), thresh, tread (down), walk.

1870. derek {deh'-rek}; from 1869; a road (as trodden); figuratively, a

course of life or mode of action, often adverb: --along, away, because of,

+ by, conversation, custom, [east-]ward, journey, manner, passenger,

through, toward, [high-] [path-]way[-side], whither[-soever].

1871. dark@mown {dar-kem-one'}; of Pers. origin; a "drachma," or coin:


1872. d@ra< (Aramaic) {der-aw'}; corresponding to 2220; an arm: --arm.

1873. Dara< {daw-rah'}; probably a contraction from 1862; Dara, an

Israelite: --Dara.

1874. Darqown {dar-kone'}; of uncertain derivation; Darkon, one of

"Solomon's servants": --Darkon.

1875. darash {daw-rash'}; a primitive root; properly, to tread or frequent;

usually to follow (for pursuit or search); by implication, to seek or ask;

specifically to worship: --ask, X at all, care for, X diligently, inquire,

make inquisition, [necro-]mancer, question, require, search, seek [for,

out], X surely.

1876. dasha {daw-shaw'}; a primitive root; to sprout: --bring forth,


1877. deshe> {deh'-sheh}; from 1876; a sprout; by analogy, grass:

--(tender) grass, green, (tender)herb.

1878. dashen {daw-shane'}; a primitive root; to be fat; transitively, to

fatten (or regard as fat); specifically to anoint; figuratively, to

satisfy; denominatively (from 1880) to remove (fat) ashes (of sacrifices):

--accept, anoint, take away the (receive) ashes (from), make (wax) fat.

1879. dashen {daw-shane'}; from 1878; fat; figuratively, rich, fertile:


1880. deshen {deh'-shen}; from 1878; the fat; abstractly fatness, i.e.

(figuratively) abundance; specifically the (fatty) ashes of sacrifices:

--ashes, fatness.

1881. dath {dawth}; of uncertain (perhaps foreign) derivation: a royal

edict or statute: --commandment, commission, decree, law, manner.

1882. dath (Aramaic) {dawth}; corresponding to 1881; --decree, law.

1883. dethe> (Aramaic) {deh'-thay}; corresponding to 1877: --tender grass.

1884. d@thabar (Aramaic) {deth-aw-bawr'}; of Pers. origin; meaning one

skilled in law; a judge: --counsellor.

1885. Dathan {daw-thawn'}; of uncertain derivation; Dathan, an Israelite:


1886. Dothan {do'-thawn}; or (Aramaic dual) Dothayin (Gen. 37:17)

{do-thah'-yin}; of uncertain derivation; Dothan, a place in Palestine:


1887. he> {hay}; a primitive particle; lo!: --behold, lo.

1888. he> (Aramaic) {hay}; or ha> (Aramaic) {haw}; corresponding to 1887:

--even, lo.

1889. heach {heh-awkh'}; from 1887 and 253; aha!: --ah, aha, ha.

1890. habhab {hab-hawb'}; by reduplication from 3051; gift (in sacrifice),

i.e. holocaust: --offering.

1891. habal {haw-bal'}; a primitive root; to be vain in act, word, or

expectation; specifically to lead astray: --be (become, make) vain.

1892. hebel {heh'bel}; or (rarely in the abs.) habel {hab-ale'}; from 1891;

emptiness or vanity; figuratively, something transitory and unsatisfactory;

often used as an adverb: --X altogether, vain, vanity.

1893. Hebel {heh'-bel}; the same as 1892; Hebel, the son of Adam: --Abel.

1894. hoben {ho'-ben}; only in plural, from an unused root meaning to be

hard; ebony: --ebony.

1895. habar {haw-bar'}; a primitive root of uncertain (perhaps foreign)

derivation; to be a horoscopist: --+ (astro-)loger.

1896. Hege> {hay-gay'}; or (by permutation) Hegay {hay-gah'-ee}; probably

of Persian origin; Hege or Hegai, a eunuch of Xerxes: --Hegai, Hege.

1897. hagah {daw-gaw'}; a primitive root [compare 1901]; to murmur (in

pleasure or anger); by implication, to ponder: --imagine, meditate, mourn,

mutter, roar, X sore, speak, study, talk, utter.

1898. hagah {haw-gaw'}; a primitive root; to remove: --stay, stay away.

1899. hegeh {heh'-geh}; from 1897; a muttering (in sighing, thought, or as

thunder): --mourning, sound, tale.

1900. haguwth {haw-gooth'}; from 1897; musing: --meditation.

1901. hagiyg {haw-gheeg'}; from an unused root akin to 1897; properly, a

murmur, i.e. complaint: --meditation, musing.

1902. higgayown {hig-gaw-yone'}; intensive from 1897; a murmuring sound,

i.e. a musical notation (probably similar to the modern affettuoso to

indicate solemnity of movement); by implication, a machination: --device,

Higgaion, meditation, solemn sound.

1903. hagiyn {haw-gheen'}; of uncertain derivation; perhaps suitable or

turning: --directly.

1904. Hagar {haw-gawr'}; of uncertain (perhaps foreign) derivation; Hagar,

the mother of Ishmael: --Hagar.

1905. Hagriy {hag-ree'}; or (prolonged) Hagri> {hag-ree'}; perhaps

patronymically from 1904; a Hagrite or member of a certain Arabian clan:

--Hagarene, Hagarite, Haggeri.

1906. hed {hade}; for 1959; a shout: --sounding again.

1907. haddabar (Aramaic) {had-daw-bawr'}; probably of foreign origin; a

vizier: --counsellor.

1908. Hadad {had-ad'}; probably of foreign origin [compare 111]; Hadad, the

name of an idol, and of several kings of Edom: --Hadad.

1909. Hadad<ezer {had-ad-eh'-zer}; from 1908 and 5828; Hadad (is his) help;

Hadadezer, a Syrian king: --Hadadezer. Compare 1928.

1910. Hadadrimmown {had-ad-rim-mone'}; from 1908 and 7417; Hadad-Rimmon, a

place in Palestine: --Hadad-rimmon.

1911. hadah {haw-daw'}; a primitive root [compare 3034]; to stretch forth

the hand: --put.

1912. Hoduw {ho'-doo}; of foreign origin; Hodu (i.e. Hindu-stan): --India.

1913. Hadowram {had-o-rawm'}; or Hadoram {had-o-rawm'}; probably of foreign

derivation; Hadoram, a son of Joktan, and the tribe descended from him:


1914. Hidday {hid-dah'ee}; of uncertain derivation; Hiddai, an Israelite:


1915. hadak {haw-dak'}; a primitive root [compare 1854]; to crush with the

foot: --tread down.

1916. hadom {had-ome'}; from an unused root meaning to stamp upon; a foot

stool: --[foot-]stool.

1917. haddam (Aramaic) {had-dawm'}; from a root corresponding to that of

1916; something stamped to pieces, i.e. a bit: --piece.

1918. hadac {had-as'}; of uncertain derivation; the myrtle: --myrtle


1919. Hadaccah {had-as-saw'}; feminine of 1918; Hadassah (or Esther):


1920. Hadaph {haw-daf'}; a prim root; to push away or down: --cast away

(out), drive, expel, thrust (away).

1921. hadar {haw-dar'}; a primitive root; to swell up (literally or

figuratively, active or passive); by implication, to favor or honour, be

high or proud: --countenance, crooked place, glorious, honour, put forth.

1922. hadar (Aramaic) {had-ar'}; corresponding to 1921; to magnify

(figuratively): --glorify, honour.

1923. hadar (Aramaic) {had-ar'}; from 1922; magnificence: --honour,


1924. Hadar {had-ar'}; the same as 1926; Hadar, an Edomite: --Hadar.

1925. heder {heh'-der}; from 1921; honour; used (figuratively) for the

capital city (Jerusalem): --glory.

1926. hadar {haw-dawr'}; from 1921; magnificence, i.e. ornament or

splendor: --beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, glory, goodly,

honour, majesty.

1927. hadarah {had-aw-raw'}; feminine of 1926; decoration: --beauty,


1928. Hadar<ezer {had-ar-eh'-zer}; from 1924 and 5828; Hadar (i.e. Hadad,

1908) is his help; Hadarezer (i.e. Hadadezer, 1909), a Syrian king:


1929. hahh {haw}; a shortened form of 162; ah! expressing grief: --woe


1930. how {ho}; by permutation from 1929; oh!: --alas.

1931. huw> {hoo}; of which the feminine (beyond the Pentateuch) is hiy>

{he}; a primitive word, the third person pronoun singular, he (she or it);

only expressed when emphatic or without a verb; also (intensively) self, or

(especially with the article) the same; sometimes (as demonstrative) this

or that; occasionally (instead of copula) as or are: --he, as for her,

him(-self), it, the same, she (herself), such, that (...it), these, they,

this, those, which (is), who.

1932. huw (Aramaic) {hoo}; or (feminine) hiy> (Aramaic) {he}; corresponding

to 1931: --X are, it, this.

1933. hava> {haw-vaw'}; or havah {haw-vaw'}; a primitive root [compare 183,

1961] supposed to mean properly, to breathe; to be (in the sense of

existence): --be, X have.

1934. hava> (Aramaic) {hav-aw'}; orhavah (Aramaic) {hav-aw'}; corresponding

to 1933; to exist; used in a great variety of applications (especially in

connection with other words): --be, become, + behold, + came (to pass), +

cease, + cleave, + consider, + do, + give, + have, + judge, + keep, +

labour, + mingle (self), + put, + see, + seek, + set, + slay, + take heed,

tremble, + walk, + would.

1935. howd {hode}; from an unused root; grandeur (i.e. an imposing form and

appearance): --beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, glory, goodly,

honour, majesty.

1936. Howd {hode}; the same as 1935; Hod, an Israelite: --Hod.

1937. Howd@vah {ho-dev-aw'}; a form of 1938; Hodevah (or Hodevjah), an

Israelite: --Hodevah.

1938. Howdavyah {ho-dav-yaw'}; from 1935 and 3050; majesty of Jah;

Hodavjah, the name of three Israelites: --Hodaviah.

1939. Howday@vahuw {ho-dah-yeh-vaw'-hoo}; a form of 1938; Hodajvah, an

Israelite: --Hodaiah.

1940. Howdiyah {ho-dee-yaw'}; a form for the feminine of 3064; a Jewess:


1941. Howdiyah {ho-dee-yaw'}; a form of 1938; Hodijah, the name of three

Israelites: --Hodijah.

1942. havvah {hav-vaw'}; from 1933 (in the sense of eagerly coveting and

rushing upon; by implication, of falling); desire; also ruin: --calamity,

iniquity, mischief, mischievous (thing), naughtiness, naughty, noisome,

perverse thing, substance, very wickedness.

1943. hovah {ho-vaw'}; another form for 1942; ruin: --mischief.

1944. Howham {ho-hawm'}; of uncertain derivation; Hoham, a Canaanitish

king: --Hoham.

1945. howy {hoh'ee}; a prolonged form of 1930 [akin to 188]; oh!: --ah,

alas, ho, O, woe.

1946. huwk (Aramaic) {hook}; corresponding to 1981; to go; causatively, to

bring: --bring again, come, go (up).

1947. howlelah {ho-lay-law'}; feminine active participle of 1984; folly:


1948. howleluwth {ho-lay-looth'}; from active participle of 1984; folly:


1949. huwm {hoom}; a primitive root [compare 2000]; to make an uproar, or

agitate greatly: --destroy, move, make a noise, put, ring again.

1950. Howmam {ho-mawm'}; from 2000; raging; Homam, an Edomitish chieftain:

--Homam. Compare 1967.

1951. huwn {hoon}; a primitive root; properly, to be naught, i.e.

(figuratively) to be (causatively, act) light: --be ready.

1952. hown {hone}; from the same as 1951 in the sense of 202; wealth; by

implication, enough: --enough, + for nought, riches, substance, wealth.

1953. Howshama< {ho-shaw-maw'}; from 3068 and 8085; Jehovah has heard;

Hoshama, an Israelite: --Hoshama.

1954. Howshea< {ho-shay'-ah}; from 3467; deliverer; Hoshea, the name of

five Israelites: --Hosea, Hoshea, Oshea.

1955. Howsha<yah {ho-shah-yaw'}; from 3467 and 3050; Jah has saved;

Hoshajah, the name of two Israelites: --Hoshaiah.

1956. Howthiyr {ho-theer'}; from 3498; he has caused to remain; Hothir, an

Israelite: --Hothir.

1957. hazah {haw-zaw'}; a primitive root [compare 2372]; to dream: --sleep.

1958. hiy {he}; for 5092; lamentation: --woe. (For hiy>. See 1931, 1932.)

1959. heydad {hay-dawd'}; from an unused root (meaning to shout);

acclamation: --shout(-ing).

1960. huy@dah {hoo-yed-aw'}; from the same as 1959; properly, an acclaim,

i.e. a choir of singers: --thanksgiving.

1961. hayah {haw-yaw}; a primitive root [compare 1933]; to exist, i.e. be

or become, come to pass (always emphatic, and not a mere copula or

auxiliary): --beacon, X altogether, be(-come), accomplished, committed,

like), break, cause, come (to pass), do, faint, fall, + follow, happen, X

have, last, pertain, quit (one-)self, require, X use.

1962. hayah {hah-yaw'}; another form for 1943; ruin: --calamity.

1963. heyk {hake}; another form for 349; how?: --how.

1964. heykal {hay-kawl'}; probably from 3201 (in the sense of capacity); a

large public building, such as a palace or temple: --palace, temple.

1965. heykal (Aramaic) {hay-kal'}; corresponding to 1964: --palace, temple.

1966. heylel {hay-lale'}; from 1984 (in the sense of brightness); the

morning-star: --lucifer.

1967. Heymam {hay-mawm'}; another form for 1950; Hemam, an Idumaean:


1968. Heyman {hay-mawn'}; probably from 539; faithful; Heman, the name of

at least two Israelites: --Heman.

1969. hiyn {heen}; probably of Egyptian origin; a hin or liquid measure:


1970. hakar {haw-kar'}; a primitive root; apparently to injure: --make self


1971. hakkarah {hak-kaw-raw'}; from 5234; respect, i.e. partiality: --shew.

1972. hala> {haw-law'}; probably denominatively from 1973; to remove or be

remote: --cast far off.

1973. hal@ah {haw-leh-aw'}; from the primitive form of the article [hal];

to the distance, i.e. far away; also (of time) thus far: --back, beyond,

(hence,-)forward, hitherto, thence,forth, yonder.

1974. hilluwl {hil-lool'}; from 1984 (in the sense of rejoicing); a

celebration of thanksgiving for harvest: --merry, praise.

1975. hallaz {hal-lawz'}; from 1976; this or that: --side, that, this.

1976. hallazeh { hal-law-zeh'}; from the article [see 1973] and 2088; this

very: --this.

1977. hallezuw {hal-lay-zoo'}; another form of 1976; that: --this.

1978. haliyk {haw-leek'}; from 1980; a walk, i.e. (by implication) a step:


1979. haliykah {hal-ee-kaw'}; feminine of 1978; a walking; by implication,

a procession or march, a caravan: --company, going, walk, way.

1980. halak {haw-lak'}; akin to 3212; a primitive root; to walk (in a great

variety of applications, literally and figuratively): --(all) along, apace,

behave (self), come, (on) continually, be conversant, depart, + be eased,

enter, exercise (self), + follow, forth, forward, get, go (about, abroad,

along, away, forward, on, out, up and down), + greater, grow, be wont to

haunt, lead, march, X more and more, move (self), needs, on, pass (away),

be at the point, quite, run (along), + send, speedily, spread, still,

surely, + tale-bearer, + travel(-ler), walk (abroad, on, to and fro, up and

down, to places), wander, wax, [way-]faring man, X be weak, whirl.

1981. halak (Aramaic) {hal-ak'}; corresponding to 1980 [compare 1946]; to

walk: --walk.

1982. helek {hay'-lek}; from 1980; properly, a journey, i.e. (by

implication) a wayfarer; also a flowing: --X dropped, traveller.

1983. halak (Aramaic) {hal-awk'}; from 1981; properly, a journey, i.e. (by

implication) toll on goods at a road: --custom.

1984. halal {haw-lal'}; a primitive root; to be clear (orig. of sound, but

usually of color); to shine; hence, to make a show, to boast; and thus to

be (clamorously) foolish; to rave; causatively, to celebrate; also to

stultify: --(make) boast (self), celebrate, commend, (deal, make),

fool(-ish, --ly), glory, give [light], be (make, feign self) mad (against),

give in marriage, [sing, be worthy of] praise, rage, renowned, shine.

1985. Hillel {hil-layl'}; from 1984; praising (namely God); Hillel, an

Israelite: --Hillel.

1986. halam {haw-lam'}; a primitive root; to strike down; by implication,

to hammer, stamp, conquer, disband: --beat (down), break (down), overcome,

smite (with the hammer).

1987. Helem {hay'-lem}; from 1986; smiter; Helem, the name of two

Israelites: --Helem.

1988. halom {hal-ome'}; from the article [see 1973]; hither: --here,

hither(-[to]), thither.

1989. halmuwth {hal-mooth'}; from 1986; a hammer (or mallet): --hammer.

1990. Ham {hawm}; of uncertain derivation; Ham, a region of Palestine:


1991. hem {haym}; from 1993; abundance, i.e. wealth: --any of theirs.

1992. hem {haym}; or (prolonged) hemmah {haym'-maw}; masculine plural from

1981; they (only used when emphatic): --it, like, X (how, so) many (soever,

more as) they (be), (the) same, X so, X such, their, them, these, they,

those, which, who, whom, withal, ye.

1993. hamah {haw-maw'}; a primitive root [compare 1949]; to make a loud

sound like Engl. "hum"); by implication, to be in great commotion or

tumult, to rage, war, moan, clamor: --clamorous, concourse, cry aloud, be

disquieted, loud, mourn, be moved, make a noise, rage, roar, sound, be

troubled, make in tumult, tumultuous, be in an uproar.

1994. himmow (Aramaic) {him-mo'}; or (prolonged) himmown (Aramaic)

{him-mone'}; corresponding to 1992; they: --X are, them, those.

1995. hamown {haw-mone'}; or hamon (Ezek. 5:7) {haw-mone'}; from 1993; a

noise, tumult, crowd; also disquietude, wealth: --abundance, company, many,

multitude, multiply, noise, riches, rumbling, sounding, store, tumult.

1996. Hamown Gowg {ham-one' gohg}; from 1995 and 1463; the multitude of

Gog; the fanciful name of an emblematic place in Palestine: --Hamogog.

1997. Hamownah {ham-o-naw'}; feminine of 1995; multitude; hamonah, the same

as 1996: --Hamonah.

1998. hemyah {hem-yaw'}; from 1993; sound: --noise.

1999. hamullah {ham-ool-law'}; or (too fully) hamuwllah (Jer. ll:l6)

{ham-ool-law'}; feminine passive participle of an unused root meaning to

rush (as rain with a windy roar); a sound: --speech, tumult.

2000. hamam {haw-mam'}; a primitive root [compare 1949, 1993]; properly, to

put in commotion; by implication, to disturb, drive, destroy: --break,

consume, crush, destroy, discomfit, trouble, vex.