2001. Haman {haw-mawn'}; of foreign derivation; Haman, a Persian vizier:


2002. hamniyk (Aramaic) {ham-neek'}; but the text is hamuwnek

{ham-oo-nayk'}; of foreign origin; a necklace: --chain.

2003. hamac {haw-mawce'}; from an unused root apparently meaning to

crackle; a dry twig or brushwood: --melting.

2004. hen {hane}; feminine plural from 1931; they (only used when

emphatic): --X in, such like, (with) them, thereby, therein, (more than)

they, wherein, in which, whom, withal.

2005. hen {hane}; a primitive particle; lo!; also (as expressing surprise)

if: --behold, if, lo, though.

2006. hen (Aramaic) {hane}; corresponding to 2005: lo! also there[-fore],

[un- ]less, whether, but, if: --(that) if, or, whether.

2007. hennah {hane'-naw}; prolongation for 2004; themselves (often used

emphatic for the copula, also in indirect relation): --X in, X such (and

such things), their, (into) them, thence, therein, these, they (had), on

this side, whose, wherein.

2008. hennah {hane'-naw}; from 2004; hither or thither (but used both of

place and time): --here, hither[-to], now, on this (that) side, + since,

this (that) way, thitherward, + thus far, to...fro, + yet.

2009. hinneh {hin-nay'}; prolongation for 2005; lo!: --behold, lo, see.

2010. hanachah {han-aw-khaw'}; from 5117; permission of rest, i.e. quiet:


2011. Hinnom {hin-nome'}; probably of foreign origin; Hinnom, apparently a

Jebusite: --Hinnom.

2012. Hena< {hay-nah'}; probably of foreign derivation; Hena, a place

apparently in Mesopotamia: --Hena.

2013. hacah {haw-saw'}; a primitive root; to hush: --hold peace (tongue),

(keep) silence, be silent, still.

2014. haphugah {haf-oo-gaw'}; from 6313; relaxation: --intermission.

2015. haphak {haw-fak'}; a primitive root; to turn about or over; by

implication, to change, overturn, return, pervert: --X become, change,

come, be converted, give, make [a bed], overthrow (-turn), perverse,

retire, tumble, turn (again, aside, back, to the contrary, every way).

2016. hephek {heh'-fek}: or hephek {hay'-fek}; from 2015; a turn, i.e. the

reverse: --contrary.

2017. hophek {ho'-fek}; from 2015; an upset, i.e. (abstract) perversity:

--turning of things upside down.

2018. haphekah {haf-ay-kaw'}; feminine of 2016; destruction: --overthrow.

2019. haphakpak {haf-ak-pak'}; by reduplication from 2015; very perverse:


2020. hatstsalah {hats-tsaw-law'}; from 5337; rescue: --deliverance.

2021. hotsen {ho'-tsen}; from an unused root meaning apparently to be sharp

or strong; a weapon of war: --chariot.

2022. har {har}; a shortened form of 2042; a mountain or range of hills

(sometimes used figuratively): --hill (country), mount(-ain), X promotion.

2023. Hor {hore}; another form of 2022; mountain; Hor, the name of a peak

in Idumaea and of one in Syria: --Hor.

2024. Hara> {haw-raw'}; perhaps from 2022; mountainousness; Hara, a region

of Media: --Hara.

2025. har>el {har-ale'}; from 2022 and 410; mount of God; figuratively, the

altar of burnt-offering: --altar. Compare 739.

2026. harag {haw-rag'}; a primitive root; to smite with deadly intent:

--destroy, out of hand, kill, murder(-er), put to [death], make

[slaughter], slay(-er), X surely.

2027. hereg {heh'-reg}; from 2026; slaughter: --be slain, slaughter.

2028. haregah {har-ay-gaw'}; feminine of 2027; slaughter: --slaughter.

2029. harah {haw-raw'}; a primitive root; to be (or become) pregnant,

conceive (literally or figuratively): --been, be with child, conceive,


2030. hareh {haw-reh'}; or hariy (Hosea 14:1) {haw-ree'}; from 2029;

pregnant: --(be, woman) with child, conceive, X great.

2031. harhor (Aramaic) {har-hor'}; from a root corresponding to 2029; a

mental conception: --thought.

2032. herown {hay-rone'}; or herayown {hay-raw-yone'}; from 2029;

pregnancy: --conception.

2033. Harowriy {har-o-ree'}; another form for 2043; a Harorite or

mountaineer: --Harorite.

2034. hariycah {har-ee-saw'}; from 2040; something demolished: --ruin.

2035. hariycuwth {har-ee-sooth'}; from 2040; demolition: --destruction.

2036. Horam {ho-rawm'}; from an unused root (meaning to tower up); high;

Horam, a Canaanitish king: --Horam.

2037. Harum {haw-room'}; passive participle of the same as 2036; high;

Harum, an Israelite: --Harum.

2038. harmown {har-mone'}; from the same as 2036; a castle (from its

height): --palace.

2039. Haran {haw-rawn'}; perhaps from 2022; mountaineer; Haran, the name of

two men: --Haran.[wl

2040. harac {haw-ras'}; a primitive root; to pull down or in pieces, break,

destroy: --beat down, break (down, through), destroy, overthrow, pluck

down, pull down, ruin, throw down, X utterly.

2041. herec {heh'-res}; from 2040; demolition: --destruction.

2042. harar {haw-rawr'}; from an unused root meaning to loom up; a

mountain: --hill, mount(-ain).

2043. Harariy {hah-raw-ree'}; or Harariy (2 Sam. 23:11) {haw-raw-ree'}; or

Ha>rariy (2 Sam. 23:34, last clause), {haw-raw-ree'}; apparently from 2042;

a mountaineer: --Hararite.

2044. Hashem {haw-shame'}; perhaps from the same as 2828; wealthy; Hashem,

an Israelite: --Hashem.

2045. hashma<uwth {hashmaw-ooth'}; from 8085; announcement: --to cause to


2046. hittuwk {hit-took'}; from 5413; a melting: --is melted.

2047. Hathak {hath-awk'}; probably of foreign origin; Hathak, a Persian

eunuch: --Hatach.

2048. hathal {haw-thal'}; a primitive root; to deride; by implication, to

cheat: --deal deceitfully, deceive, mock.

2049. hathol {haw-thole'}; from 2048 (only in plural collectively); a

derision: --mocker.

2050. hathath> {haw-thath'}; a primitive root; properly, to break in upon,

i.e. to assail: --imagine mischief.

2051. V@dan {ved-awn'}; perhaps for 5730; Vedan (or Aden), a place in

Arabia: --Dan also.

2052. Vaheb {vaw-habe'}; of uncertain derivation; Vaheb, a place in Moab:

--what he did.

2053. vav {vaw}; probably a hook (the name of the sixth Heb. letter):


2054. vazar {vaw-zawr'}; presumed to be from an unused root meaning to bear

guilt; crime: --X strange.

2055. Vay@zatha> {vah-yez-aw'-thaw}; of foreign origin; Vajezatha, a son of

Haman: --Vajezatha.

2056. valad {vaw-lawd'}; for 3206; a boy: --child.

2057. Vanyah {van-yaw'}; perhaps for 6043; Vanjah, an Israelite: --Vaniah.

2058. Vophciy {vof-see'}; probably from 3254; additional; Vophsi, an

Israelite: --Vophsi.

2059. Vashniy {vash-nee'}; probably from 3461; weak; Vashni, an Israelite:


2060. Vashtiy {vash-tee'}; of Persian origin; Vashti, the queen of Xerxes:


2061. z@>eb {zeh-abe'}; from an unused root meaning to be yellow; a wolf:


2062. Ze>eb {zeh-abe'}; the same as 2061; Zeeb, a Midianitish prince:


2063. zo>th {zothe'}; irregular feminine of 2089; this (often used adverb):

--hereby (-in, --with), it, likewise, the one (other, same), she, so

(much), such (deed), that, therefore, these, this (thing), thus.

2064. zabad {zaw-bad'}; a primitive root; to confer: --endure.

2065. zebed {zeh'-bed}; from 2064; a gift: --dowry.

2066. Zabad {zaw-bawd'}; from 2064; giver; Zabad, the name of seven

Israelites: --Zabad.

2067. Zabdiy {zab-dee'}; from 2065; giving; Zabdi, the name of four

Israelites: --Zabdi.

2068. Zabdiy>el {zab-dee-ale'}; from 2065 and 410; gift of God: zabdiel,

the name of two Israelites: --Zabdiel.

2069. Z@badyah {zeb-ad-yaw'}; or Z@badyahuw {zeb-ad-yaw'-hoo}; from 2064

and 3050; Jah has given; Zebadjah, the name of nine Israelites: --Zebadiah.

2070. z@buwb {zeb-oob'}; from an unused root (meaning to flit); a fly

(especially one of a stinging nature): --fly.

2071. Zabuwd {zaw-bood'}; from 2064; given, Zabud, an Israelite: --Zabud.

2072. Zabbuwd {zab-bood'}; a form of 2071; given; Zabbud, an Israelite:


2073. z@buwl {ze-bool'}; or z@bul {zeb-ool'}; from 2082; a residence:

--dwell in, dwelling, habitation.

2074. Z@buwluwn {zeb-oo-loon'}; or Z@buluwn {zeb-oo-loon'}; or Z@buwlun

{zeb-oo-loon'}; from 2082; habitation; Zebulon, a son of Jacob; also his

territory and tribe: --Zebulun.

2075. Z@buwloniy {zeb-oo-lo-nee'}; patronymically from 2074; a Zebulonite

or descendant of Zebulun: --Zebulonite.

2076. zabach {zaw-bakh'}; a primitive root; to slaughter an animal (usually

in sacrifice): --kill, offer, (do) sacrifice, slay.

2077. zebach {zeh'-bakh}; from 2076; properly, a slaughter, i.e. the flesh

of an animal; by implication, a sacrifice (the victim or the act):

--offer(- ing), sacrifice.

2078. Zebach {zeh'-bakh}; the same as 2077; sacrifice; Zebach, a

Midianitish prince: --Zebah.

2079. Zabbay {zab-bah'-ee}; probably by orthographical error for 2140;

Zabbai (or Zaccai), an Israelite: --Zabbai.

2080. Z@biydah {zeb-ee-daw'}; feminine from 2064; giving; Zebidah, an

Israelitess: --Zebudah.

2081. Z@biyna> {zeb-ee-naw'}; from an unused root (meaning to purchase);

gainfulness; Zebina, an Israelite: --Zebina.

2082. zabal {zaw-bal'}; a primitive root; apparently properly, to inclose,

i.e. to reside: --dwell with.

2083. Z@bul {zeb-ool'}; the same as 2073; dwelling; Zebul, an Israelite:

--Zebul. Compare 2073.

2084. z@ban (Aramaic) {zeb-an'}; corresponding to the root of 2081; to

acquire by purchase: --gain.

2085. zag {zawg}; from an unused root probably meaning to inclose; the skin

of a grape: --husk.

2086. zed {zade'}; from 2102; arrogant: --presumptuous, proud.

2087. zadown {zaw-done'}; from 2102; arrogance: --presumptuously, pride,

proud (man).

2088. zeh {zeh}; a primitive word; the masculine demonstrative pronoun,

this or that: --he, X hence, X here, it(-self), X now, X of him, the

one...the other, X than the other, (X out of) the (self) same, such (a one)

that, these, this (hath, man), on this side...on that side, X thus, very,

which. Compare 2063, 2090, 2097, 2098.

2089. zeh (1 Samuel 17:34) {zeh}; by permutation for 7716; a sheep: --lamb.

2090. zoh {zo}; for 2088; this or that: --as well as another, it, this,

that, thus and thus.

2091. zahab {zaw-hawb'}; from an unused root meaning to shimmer; gold,

figuratively, something gold-colored(i.e. yellow), as oil, a clear sky:

--gold(-en), fair weather.

2092. zaham {zaw-ham'}; a primitive root; to be rancid, i.e. (transitively)

to loathe: --abhor.

2093. Zaham {zah'-ham}; from 2092; loathing; Zaham, an Israelite: --Zaham.

2094. zahar {zaw-har'}; a primitive root; to gleam; figuratively, to

enlighten (by caution): --admonish, shine, teach, (give) warn(-ing).

2095. z@har (Aramaic) {zeh-har'}; corresponding to 2094; (passively) be

admonished: --take heed.

2096. zohar {zo'-har}; from 2094; brilliancy: --brightness.

2097. zow {zo}; for 2088; this or that: --that, this.

2098. zuw {zoo}; for 2088; this or that: --that, this, X wherein, which,


2099. Ziv {zeev'}; probably from an unused root meaning to be prominent;

properly, brightness [compare 2122], i.e. (figuratively) the month of

flowers; Ziv (corresponding to Ijar or May): --Zif.

2100. zuwb {zoob}; a primitive root; to flow freely (as water), i.e.

(specifically) to have a (sexual) flux; figuratively, to waste away; also

to overflow: --flow, gush out, have a (running) issue, pine away, run.

2101. zowb {zobe}; from 2100; a seminal or menstrual flux: --issue.

2102. zuwd {zood}; or (by permutation) ziyd {zeed}; a primitive root; to

seethe; figuratively, to be insolent: --be proud, deal proudly, presume,

(come) presumptuously, sod.

2103. zuwd (Aramaic) {zood}; corresponding to 2102; to be proud: --in


2104. Zuwziym {zoo-zeem'}; plural probably from the same as 2123;

prominent; Zuzites, an aboriginal tribe of Palestine: --Zuzims.

2105. Zowcheth {zo-khayth'}; of uncertain origin; Zocheth, an Israelite:


2106. zaviyth {zaw-veeth'}; apparently from the same root as 2099 (in the

sense of prominence); an angle (as projecting), i.e. (by implication) a

corner-column (or anta): --corner(stone).

2107. zuwl {zool}; a primitive root [compare 2151]; probably to shake out,

i.e. (by implication) to scatter profusely; figuratively, to treat lightly:

--lavish, despise.

2108. zuwlah {zoo-law'}; from 2107; probably scattering, i.e. removal; used

adverbially, except: --beside, but, only, save.

2109. zuwn {zoon}; a primitive root; perhaps properly, to be plump, i.e.

(transitively) to nourish: --feed.

2110. zuwn (Aramaic) {zoon}; corresponding to 2109: --feed.

2111. zuwa< {zoo'-ah}; a primitive root; properly, to shake off, i.e.

(figuratively) to agitate (as with fear): --move, tremble, vex.

2112. zuwa< (Aramaic) {zoo'-ah}; corresponding to 2111; to shake (with

fear): --tremble.

2113. z@va<ah {zev-aw-aw'}; from 2111; agitation, fear: --be removed,

trouble, vexation. Compare 2189.

2114. zuwr {zoor}; a primitive root; to turn aside (especially for

lodging); hence to be a foreigner, strange, profane; specifically (active

participle) to commit adultery: --(come from) another (man, place), fanner,

go away, (e-)strange(-r, thing, woman).

2115. zuwr {zoor}; a primitive root [compare 6695]; to press together,

tighten: --close, rush, thrust together.

2116. zuwreh {zoo-reh'}; from 2115; trodden on: --that which is crushed.

2117. zaza> {zaw-zaw'}; probably from the root of 2123; prominent; Zaza, an

Israelite: --Zaza.

2118. zachach {zaw-khakh'}; a primitive root; to shove or displace:


2119. zachal {zaw-khal'}; a primitive root; to crawl; by implication, to

fear: --be afraid, serpent, worm.

2120. Zocheleth {zo-kheh'-leth}; feminine active participle of 2119;

crawling(i.e. serpent); Zocheleth, a boundary stone in. Palestine:


2121. zeydown {zay-dohn'}; from 2102; boiling of water, i.e. wave: --proud.

2122. ziyv (Aramaic) {zeev}; corresponding to 2099; (figuratively)

cheerfulness: --brightness, countenance.

2123. ziyz {zeez}; from an unused root apparently meaning to be

conspicuous; fulness of the breast; also a moving creature: --abundance,

wild beast.

2124. Ziyza> {zee-zaw'}; apparently from the same as 2123; prominence;

Ziza, the name of two Israelites: --Ziza.

2125. Ziyzah {zee-zaw'}; another form for 2124; Zizah, an Israelite:


2126. Ziyna> {zee-naw'}; from 2109; well-fed; or perhaps an orthographical

error for 2124; Zina, an Israelite: --Zina.

2127. Ziya< {zee'-ah}; from 2111; agitation; Zia, an Israelite: --Zia.

2128. Ziyph {zeef}; from the same as 2203; flowing; Ziph, the name of a

place in Palestine; also of an Israelite: --Ziph.

2129. Ziyphah {zee-faw'}; feminine of 2128; a flowing; Ziphah, an

Israelite: --Ziphah.

2130. Ziyphiy {zee-fee'}; patrial from 2128; a Ziphite or inhabitant of

Ziph: --Ziphim, Ziphite.

2131. ziyqah (Isa. 50:ll) {zee-kaw'} (feminine); and ziq {zeek}; or zeq

{zake}; from 2187; properly, what leaps forth, i.e. flash of fire, or a

burning arrow; also (from the original sense of the root) a bond: --chain,

fetter, firebrand, spark.

2132. zayith {zay'-yith}; probably from an unused root [akin to 2099]; an

olive (as yielding illuminating oil), the tree, the branch or the berry:

--olive (tree, --yard), Olivet.

2133. Zeythan {zay-thawn'}; from 2132; olive grove; Zethan, an Israelite:


2134. zak {zak}; from 2141; clear: --clean, pure.

2135. zakah {zaw-kaw'}; a primitive root [compare 2141]; to be translucent;

figuratively, to be innocent: --be (make) clean, cleanse, be clear, count


2136. zakuw (Aramaic) {zaw-koo'}; from a root corresponding to 2135;

purity: --innocency.

2137. z@kuwkiyth {zek-oo-keeth}; from 2135; properly, transparency, i.e.

glass: --crystal.

2138. zakuwr {zaw-koor'}; properly, passive participle of 2142, but used

for 2145; a male (of man or animals): --males, men-children.

2139. Zakkuwr {zaw-koor'}; from 2142; mindful; Zakkur, the name of seven

Israelites: --Zaccur, Zacchur.

2140. Zakkay {zak-kah'-ee}; from 2141; pure; Zakkai, an Israelite:


2141. zakak {zaw-kak'}; a primitive root [compare 2135]; to be transparent

or clean (phys. or morally): --be (make) clean, be pure(-r).

2142. zakar {zaw-kar'}; a primitive root; properly, to mark (so as to be

recognized), i.e. to remember; by implication, to mention; also (as

denominative from 2145) to be male: --X burn [incense], X earnestly, be

male, (make) mention (of), be mindful, recount, record(-er), remember, make

to be remembered, bring (call, come, keep, put) to (in) remembrance, X

still, think on, X well.

2143. zeker {zay'-ker}; or zeker {zeh'-ker}; from 2142; a memento, abstr.

recollection (rarely if ever); by implication, commemoration: --memorial,

memory, remembrance, scent.

2144. Zeker {zeh'-ker}; the same as 2143; Zeker, an Israelite: --Zeker.

2145. zakar {zaw-kawr'}; from 2142; properly, remembered, i.e. a male (of

man or animals, as being the most noteworthy sex): --X him, male,

man(child, --kind).

2146. zikrown {zik-rone'}; from 2142; a memento (or memorable thing, day or

writing): --memorial, record.

2147. Zikriy {zik-ree'}; from 2142; memorable; Zicri, the name of twelve

Israelites: --Zichri.

2148. Z@karyah {zek-ar-yaw'}; or Z@karyahuw {zek-ar-yaw'-hoo}; from 2142

and 3050; Jah has remembered; Zecarjah, the name of twenty-nine Israelites:

--Zachariah, Zechariah.

2149. zulluwth {zool-looth'}; from 2151; properly, a shaking, i.e. perhaps

a tempest: --vilest.

2150. zalzal {zal-zal'}; by reduplication from 2151; tremulous, i.e. a

twig: --sprig.

2151. zalal {zaw-lal'}; a primitive root [compare 2107]; to shake (as in

the wind), i.e. to quake; figuratively, to be loose morally, worthless or

prodigal: --blow down, glutton, riotous (eater), vile.

2152. zal<aphah {zal-aw-faw'}; or zil<aphaph {zil-aw-faw'}; from 2196; a

glow (of wind or anger); also a famine (as consuming): --horrible, horror,


2153. Zilpah {zil-paw}: from an unused root apparently meaning to trickle,

as myrrh; fragrant dropping; Zilpah, Leah's maid: --Zilpah.

2154. zimmah {zim-maw'}; or zammah {zam-maw'}; from 2161; a plan,

especially a bad one: --heinous crime, lewd(-ly, -ness), mischief, purpose,

thought, wicked (device, mind, --ness).

2155. Zimmah {zim-maw'}; the same as 2154; Zimmah, the name of two

Israelites: --Zimmah.

2156. z@mowrah {zem-o-raw'}; or z@morah {zem-o-raw'} (feminine); and z@mor

{zem-ore'} (masculine); from 2168; a twig (as pruned): --vine, branch,


2157. Zamzom {zam-zome'}; from 2161; intriguing; a Zamzumite, or native

tribe of Palestine: --Zamzummim.

2158. zamiyr {zaw-meer'}; or zamir {zaw-meer'}; and (feminine) z@mirah

{zem-ee-raw'}; from 2167; a song to be accompanied with instrumental music:

--psalm(-ist), singing, song.

2159. zamiyr {zaw-meer'}; from 2168; a twig (as pruned): --branch.

2160. Z@miyrah {zem-ee-raw'}; feminine of 2158; song; Zemirah, an

Israelite: --Zemira.

2161. zamam {zaw-mam'}; a primitive root; to plan, usually in a bad sense:

--consider, devise, imagine, plot, purpose, think (evil).

2162. zamam {zaw-mawm'}; from 2161; a plot: --wicked device.

2163. zaman {zaw-man'}; a primitive root; to fix (a time): --appoint.

2164. z@man (Aramaic) {zem-an'}; corresponding to 2163; to agree (on a time

and place): --prepare.

2165. z@man {zem-awn'}; from 2163; an appointed occasion: --season, time.

2166. z@man (Aramaic) {zem-awn'}; from 2165; the same as 2165: --season,


2167. zamar {zaw-mar'}; a primitive root [perhaps ident. with 2168 through

the idea of striking with the fingers]; properly, to touch the strings or

parts of a musical instrument, i.e. play upon it; to make music,

accompanied by the voice; hence to celebrate in song and music: --give

praise, sing forth praises, psalms.

2168. zamar {zaw-mar'}; a primitive root [compare 2167, 5568, 6785]; to

trim (a vine): --prune.

2169. zemer {zeh'-mer}; apparently from 2167 or 2168; a gazelle (from its

lightly touching the ground): --chamois.

2170. z@mar (Aramaic) {zem-awr'}; from a root corresponding to 2167;

instrumental music: --musick.

2171. zammar (Aramaic) {zam-mawr'}; from the same as 2170; an instrumental

musician: --singer.

2172. zimrah {zim-raw'}; from 2167; a musical piece or song to be

accompanied by an instrument: --melody, psalm.

2173. zimrah {zim-raw'}; from 2168; pruned(i.e. choice) fruit: --best


2174. Zimriy {zim-ree'}; from 2167; musical; Zimri, the name of five

Israelites, and of an Arabian tribe: --Zimri.

2175. Zimran {zim-rawn'}; from 2167; musical; Zimran, a son of Abraham by

Keturah: --Zimran.

2176. zimrath {zim-rawth'}; from 2167; instrumental music; by implication,

praise: --song.

2177. zan {zan}; from 2109; properly, nourished (or fully developed), i.e.

a form or sort: --divers kinds, X all manner of store.

2178. zan (Aramaic) {zan}; corresponding to 2177; sort: --kind.

2179. zanab {zaw-nab'}; a primitive root meaning to wag; used only as a

denominative from 2180; to curtail, i.e. cut off the rear: --smite the


2180. zanab {zaw-nawb'}; from 2179 (in the original sense of flapping); the

tail (literally or figuratively): --tail.

2181. zanah {zaw-naw'}; a primitive root [highly-fed and therefore wanton];

to commit adultery (usually of the female, and less often of simple

fornication, rarely of involuntary ravishment); figuratively, to commit

idolatry (the Jewish people being regarded as the spouse of Jehovah):

--(cause to) commit fornication, X continually, X great, (be an, play the)

harlot, (cause to be, play the) whore, (commit, fall to) whoredom, (cause

to) go a-whoring, whorish.

2182. Zanowach {zaw-no'-akh}; from 2186; rejected; Zanoach, the name of two

places in Palestine: --Zanoah.

2183. zanuwn {zaw-noon'}; from 2181; adultery; figuratively, idolatry:


2184. z@nuwth {zen-ooth'}; from 2181; adultery, i.e. (figuratively)

infidelity, idolatry: --whoredom.

2185. zonowth {zo-noth'}; regarded by some as if from 2109 or an unused

root, and applied to military equipments; but evidently the feminine plural

active participle of 2181; harlots: --armour.

2186. zanach {zaw-nakh'}; a primitive root meaning to push aside, i.e.

reject, forsake, fail: --cast away (off), remove far away (off).

2187. zanaq {zaw-nak'}; a primitive root; properly, to draw together the

feet (as an animal about to dart upon its prey), i.e. to spring forward:


2188. ze<ah {zay-aw'}; from 2111 (in the sense of 3154); perspiration:


2189. za<avah {zah-av-aw'}; by transposition for 2113; agitation,

maltreatment: --X removed, trouble.

2190. Za<avan {zah-av-awn'}; from 2111; disquiet; Zaavan, an Idumaean:


2191. ze<eyr {zeh-ayr'}; from an unused root [akin (by permutation) to

6819], meaning to dwindle; small: --little.

2192. z@<eyr (Aramaic) {zeh-ayr'}; corresponding to 2191: --little.

2193. za<ak {zaw-ak'}; a primitive root; to extinguish: --be extinct.

2194. za<am {zaw-am'}; a primitive root; properly, to foam at the mouth,

i.e. to be enraged: --abhor, abominable, (be) angry, defy, (have)


2195. za<am {zah'-am}; from 2194; strictly froth at the mouth, i.e.

(figuratively) fury (especially of God's displeasure with sin): --angry,

indignation, rage.

2196. za<aph {zaw-af'}; a primitive root; properly, to boil up, i.e.

(figuratively) to be peevish or angry: --fret, sad, worse liking, be wroth.

2197. za<aph {zah'-af}; from 2196; anger: --indignation, rage(-ing), wrath.

2198. za<eph {zaw-afe'}; from 2196; angry: --displeased.

2199. za<aq {zaw-ak'}; a primitive root; to shriek (from anguish or

danger); by analogy, (as a herald) to announce or convene publicly:

--assemble, call (together), (make a) cry (out), come with such a company,

gather (together), cause to be proclaimed.

2200. z@<iq (Aramaic) {zek'-eek}; corresponding to 2199; to make an outcry:


2201. za<aq {zah'-ak}; and (feminine) z@<aqah {zeh-aw-kaw'}; from 2199; a

shriek or outcry: --cry(-ing).

2202. Ziphron {zi-frone'}; from an unused root (meaning to be fragrant);

Ziphron, a place in Palestine: --Ziphron.

2203. zepheth {zeh'-feth}; from an unused root (meaning to liquify);

asphalt (from its tendency to soften in the sun): --pitch.

2204. zaqen {zaw-kane'}; a primitive root; to be old: --aged man, be (wax)

old (man).

2205. zaqen {zaw-kane'}; from 2204; old: --aged, ancient (man),

elder(-est), old (man, men and...women), senator.

2206. zaqan {zaw-kawn'}; from 2204; the beard (as indicating age): --beard.

2207. zoqen {zo'-ken}; from 2204; old age: --age.

2208. zaqun {zaw-koon'}; properly, passive participle of 2204 (used only in

the plural as a noun); old age: --old age.

2209. ziqnah {zik-naw'}; feminine of 2205; old age: --old (age).

2210. zaqaph {zaw-kaf'}; a primitive root; to life, i.e. (figuratively)

comfort: --raise (up).

2211. z@qaph (Aramaic) {zek-af'}; corresponding to 2210; to hang, i.e.

impale: --set up.

2212. zaqaq {zaw-kak'}; a primitive root; to strain, (figuratively)

extract, clarify: --fine, pour down, purge, purify, refine.

2213. zer {zare}; from 2237 (in the sense of scattering); a chaplet (as

spread around the top), i.e. (specifically) a border moulding: --crown.

2214. zara> {zaw-raw'}; from 2114 (in the sense of estrangement) [compare

2219]; disgust: --loathsome.

2215. zarab {zaw-rab'}; a primitive root; to flow away: --wax warm.

2216. Z@rubbabel {zer-oob-baw-bel'}; from 2215 and 894; descended of(i.e.

from) Babylon, i.e. born there; Zerubbabel, an Israelite: --Zerubbabel.

2217. Z@rubbabel (Aramaic) {zer-oob-baw-bel'}; corresponding to 2216:


2218. Zered {zeh'-red}; from an unused root meaning to be exuberant in

growth; lined with shrubbery; Zered, a brook East of the Dead Sea: --Zared,


2219. zarah {zaw-raw'}; a primitive root [compare 2114]; to toss about; by

implication, to diffuse, winnow: --cast away, compass, disperse, fan,

scatter (away), spread, strew, winnow.

2220. z@rowa< {zer-o'-ah}; or (shortened) z@roa< {zer-o'-ah}; and

(feminine) z@row<ah {zer-o-aw'}; or z@ro<ah {zer-o-aw'}; from 2232; the arm

(as stretched out), or (of animals) the foreleg; figuratively, force:

--arm, + help, mighty, power, shoulder, strength.

2221. zeruwa< {zay-roo'-ah}; from 2232; something sown, i.e. a plant:

--sowing, thing that is sown.

2222. zarziyph {zar-zeef'}; by reduplication from an unused root meaning to

flow; a pouring rain: --water.

2223. zarziyr {zar-zeer'}; by reduplication from 2115; properly, tightly

girt, i.e. probably a racer, or some fleet animal (as being slender in the

waist): --+ greyhound.

2224. zarach {zaw-rakh'}; a primitive root; properly, to irradiate (or

shoot forth beams), i.e. to rise (as the sun); specifically, to appear (as

a symptom of leprosy): --arise, rise (up), as soon as it is up.

2225. zerach {zeh'-rakh}; from 2224; a rising of light: --rising.

2226. Zerach {zeh'-rakh}; the same as 2225; Zerach, the name of three

Israelites, also of an Idumaean and an Ethiopian prince: --Zarah, Zerah.

2227. Zarchiy {zar-khee'}; patronymically from 2226; a Zarchite or

descendant of Zerach: --Zarchite.

2228. Z@rachyah {zer-akh-yaw'}; from 2225 and 3050; Jah has risen:

Zerachjah, the name of two Israelites: --Zerahiah.

2229. zaram {zaw-ram'}; a primitive root; to gush (as water): --carry away

as with a flood, pour out.

2230. zerem {zeh'-rem}; from 2229; a gush of water: --flood, overflowing,

shower, storm, tempest.

2231. zirmah {zir-maw'}; feminine of 2230; a gushing of fluid (semen):


2232. zara< {zaw-rah'}; a primitive root; to sow; figuratively, to

disseminate, plant, fructify: --bear, conceive seed, set with sow(-er),


2233. zera< {zeh'-rah}; from 2232; seed; figuratively, fruit, plant,

sowing-time, posterity: --X carnally, child, fruitful, seed(-time), sowing-


2234. z@ra< (Aramaic) {zer-ah'}; corresponding to 2233; posterity: --seed.

2235. zeroa< {zay-ro'-ah}; or zera<on {zay-raw-ohn'}; from 2232; something

sown (only in the plural), i.e. a vegetable (as food): --pulse.

2236. zaraq {zaw-rak'}; a primitive root; to sprinkle (fluid or solid

particles): --be here and there, scatter, sprinkle, strew.

2237. zarar {zaw-rar'}; a primitive root [compare 2114]; perhaps to

diffuse, i.e. (specifically) to sneeze: --sneeze.

2238. Zeresh {zeh'-resh}; of Persian origin; Zeresh, Haman's wife:


2239. zereth {zeh'-reth}; from 2219; the spread of the fingers, i.e. a

span: --span.

2240. Zattuw> {zat-too'}; of uncertain derivation; Zattu, an Israelite:


224l. Zetham {zay-thawm'}; apparently a variation for 2133; Zetham, an

Israelite: --Zetham.

2242. Zethar {zay-thar'}; of Persian origin; Zethar, a eunuch of Xerxes:


2243. chob {khobe}; by contraction from 2245; properly, a cherisher, i.e.

the bosom: --bosom.

2242. chaba> {khaw-baw'}; a primitive root [compare 2245]; to secrete: --X

held, hide (self), do secretly.

2245. chabab {khaw-bab'}; a primitive root [compare 2244, 2247]; properly,

to hide (as in the bosom), i.e. to cherish (with affection): --love.

2246. Chobab {kho-bawb'}; from 2245; cherished; Chobab, father-in-law of

Moses: --Hobab.

2247. chabah {khaw-bah'}; a primitive root [compare 2245]; to secrete:

--hide (self).

2248. chabuwlah (Aramaic) {khab-oo-law'}; from 2255; properly, overthrown,

i.e. (morally) crime: --hurt.

2249. Chabowr {khaw-bore'}; from 2266; united; Chabor, a river of Assyria:


2250. chabbuwrah {khab-boo-raw'}; or chabburah {khab-boo-raw'}; or chaburah

{khab-oo-raw'}; from 2266; properly, bound (with stripes), i.e. a weal (or

black-and-blue mark itself): --blueness, bruise, hurt, stripe, wound.

2251. chabat {khaw-bat'}; a primitive root; to knock out or off: --beat

(off, out), thresh.

2252. Chabayah {khab-ah-yaw'}; or Chabayah {khab-aw-yaw'}; from 2247 and

3050; Jah has hidden; Chabajah, an Israelite: --Habaiah.

2253. chebyown {kheb-yone'}; from 2247; a concealment: --hiding.

2254. chabal {khaw-bal'}; a primitive root; to wind tightly (as a rope),

i.e. to bind; specifically, by a pledge; figuratively, to pervert, destroy;

also to writhe in pain (especially of parturition): --X at all, band, bring

forth, (deal) corrupt(-ly), destroy, offend, lay to (take a) pledge, spoil,

travail, X very, withhold.

2255. chabal (Aramaic) {khab-al'}; corresponding to 2254; to ruin:

--destroy, hurt.

2256. chebel {kheh'-bel}; or chebel {khay'-bel}; from 2254; a rope (as

twisted), especially a measuring line; by implication, a district or

inheritance (as measured); or a noose (as of cords); figuratively, a

company (as if tied together); also a throe (especially of parturition);

also ruin: --band, coast, company, cord, country, destruction, line, lot,

pain, pang, portion, region, rope, snare, sorrow, tackling.

2257. chabal (Aramaic) {khab-al'}; from 2255; harm (personal or pecuniary):

--damage, hurt.

2258. chabol {khab-ole'}; or (feminine) chabolah {khab-o-law'}; from 2254;

a pawn (as security for debt): --pledge.

2259. chobel {kho-bale'}; active participle from 2254 (in the sense of

handling ropes); a sailor: --pilot, shipmaster.

2260. chibbel {khib-bale'}; from 2254 (in the sense of furnished with

ropes); a mast: --mast.

2261. chabatstseleth {khab-ats-tseh'-leth}; of uncertain derivation;

probably meadow-saffron: --rose.

2262. Chabatstsanyah {khab-ats-tsan-yaw'}; of uncertain derivation;

Chabatstsanjah, a Rechabite: --Habazaniah.

2263. chabaq {khaw-bak'}; a primitive root; to clasp (the hands or in

embrace): --embrace, fold.

2264. chibbuq {khib-book'}; from 2263; a clasping of the hands (in

idleness): --fold.

2265. Chabaqquwq {khab-ak-kook'}; by reduplication from 2263; embrace;

Chabakkuk, the prophet: --Habakkuk.

2266. chabar {khaw-bar'}; a primitive root; to join (literally or

figuratively); specifically (by means of spells) to fascinate: --charm(-

er), be compact, couple (together), have fellowship with, heap up, join

(self, together), league.

2267. cheber {kheh'-ber}; from 2266; a society; also a spell: --+ charmer(-

ing), company, enchantment, X wide.

2268. Cheber {kheh'-ber}; the same as 2267; community; Cheber, the name of

a Kenite and of three Israelites: --Heber.

2269. chabar (Aramaic) {khab-ar'}; from a root corresponding to 2266; an

associate: --companion, fellow.

2270. chaber {khaw-bare'}; from 2266; an associate: --companion, fellow,

knit together.

2271. chabbar {khab-bawr'}; from 2266; a partner: --companion.

2272. chabarburah {khab-ar-boo-raw'}; by reduplication from 2266; a streak

(like a line), as on the tiger: --spot.

2273. chabrah (Aramaic) {khab-raw'}; feminine of 2269; an associate:


2274. chebrah {kheb-raw'}; feminine of 2267; association: --company.

2275. Chebrown {kheb-rone'}; from 2267; seat of association; Chebron, a

place in Palestine, also the name of two Israelites: --Hebron.

2276. Chebrowniy {kheb-ro-nee'}; or Chebroniy {kheb-ro-nee'};

patronymically from 2275; Chebronite (collectively), an inhabitant of

Chebron: --Hebronites.

2277. Chebriy {kheb-ree'}; patronymically from 2268; a Chebrite

(collectively) or descendants of Cheber: --Heberites.

2278. chabereth {khab-eh'-reth}; feminine of 2270; a consort: --companion.

2279. chobereth {kho-beh'-reth}; feminine active participle of 2266; a

joint: --which coupleth, coupling.

2280. chabash {khaw-bash'}; a primitive root; to wrap firmly (especially a

turban, compress, or saddle); figuratively, to stop, to rule: --bind (up),

gird about, govern, healer, put, saddle, wrap about.

2281. chabeth {khaw-bayth'}; from an unused root probably meaning to cook

[compare 4227]; something fried, probably a griddle-cake: --pan.

2282. chag {khag}; or chag {khawg}; from 2287; a festival, or a victim

therefor: --(solemn) feast (day), sacrifice, solemnity.

2283. chagra> {khaw-gaw'}; from an unused root meaning to revolve [compare

2287]; properly, vertigo, i.e. (figuratively) fear: --terror.

2284. chagab {khaw-gawb'}; of uncertain derivation; a locust: --locust.

2285. Chagab {khaw-gawb'}; the same as 2284; locust; Chagab, one of the

Nethinim: --Hagab.

2286. Chagaba> {khag-aw-baw'}; or Chagabah {khag-aw-baw'}; feminine of

2285; locust; Chagaba or Chagabah, one of the Nethinim: --Hagaba, Hagabah.

2287. chagag {khaw-gag'}; a primitive root [compare 2283, 2328]; properly,

to move in a circle, i.e. (specifically) to march in a sacred procession,

to observe a festival; by implication, to be giddy: --celebrate, dance,

(keep, hold) a (solemn) feast (holiday), reel to and fro.

2288. chagav {khag-awv'}; from an unused root meaning to take refuge; a

rift in rocks: --cleft.

2289. chagowr {khaw-gore'}; from 2296; belted: --girded with.

2290. chagowr {khag-ore'}; or chagor {khag-ore'}; and (feminine) chagowrah

{khag-o-raw'}; or chagorah {khag-o-raw'}; from 2296; a belt (for the

waist): --apron, armour, gird(-le).

2291. Chaggiy {khag-ghee'}; from 2287; festive, Chaggi, an Israelite; also

(patronymically) a Chaggite, or descendant of the same: --Haggi, Haggites.

2292. Chaggay {khag-gah'-ee}; from 2282; festive; Chaggai, a Heb. prophet:


2293. Chaggiyah {khag-ghee-yaw'}; from 2282 and 3050; festival of Jah;

Chaggijah, an Israelite: --Haggiah.

2294. Chaggiyith {khag-gheeth'}; feminine of 2291; festive; Chaggith, a

wife of David: --Haggith.

2295. Choglah {khog-law'}; of uncertain derivation; probably a partridge;

Choglah, an Israelitess: --Hoglah. See also 1031.

2296. chagar {khaw-gar'}; a primitive root; to gird on (as a belt, armor,

etc.): --be able to put on, be afraid, appointed, gird, restrain, X on

every side.

2297. chad {khad}; abridged from 259; one: --one.

2298. chad (Aramaic) {khad}; corresponding to 2297; ascard. one; as article

single; as an ordinal, first; adverbially, at once: --a, first, one,


2299. chad {khad}; from 2300; sharp: --sharp.

2300. chadad {khaw-dad'}; a primitive root; to be (causatively, make) sharp

or (figuratively) severe: --be fierce, sharpen.

2301. Chadad {khad-ad'}; from 2300; fierce; Chadad, an Ishmaelite: --Hadad.

2302. chadah {khaw-daw'}; a primitive root; to rejoice: --make glad, be

joined, rejoice.

2303. chadduwd {khad-dood'}; from 2300; a point: --sharp.

2304. chedvah {khed-vaw'}; from 2302; rejoicing: --gladness, joy.

2305. chedvah (Aramaic) {khed-vaw'}; corresponding to 2304: --joy.

2306. chadiy (Aramaic) {khad-ee'}; corresponding to 2373; a breast:


2307. Chadiyd {khaw-deed'}; from 2300; a peak; Chadid, a place in

Palestine: --Hadid.

2308. chadal {khaw-dal'}; a primitive root; properly, to be flabby, i.e.

(by implication) desist; (figuratively) be lacking or idle: --cease, end,

fall, forbear, forsake, leave (off), let alone, rest, be unoccupied, want.

2309. chedel {kheh'-del}; from 2308; rest, i.e. the state of the dead:


2310. chadel {khaw-dale'}; from 2308; vacant, i.e. ceasing or destitute:

--he that forbeareth, frail, rejected.

2311. Chadlay {khad-lah'-ee}; from 2309; idle; Chadlai, an Israelite:


2312. chedeq {khay'-dek}; from an unused root meaning to sting; a prickly

plant: --brier, thorn.

2313. Chiddeqel {khid-deh'-kel}; probably of foreign origin; the Chiddekel

(or Tigris) river: --Hiddekel.

2314. chadar {khaw-dar'}; a primitive root; properly, to inclose (as a

room), i.e. (by analogy,) to beset (as in a siege): --enter a privy


2315. cheder {kheh'-der}; from 2314; an apartment (usually literal):

--([bed] inner)chamber, innermost(-ward) part, parlour, + south, X within.

2316. Chadar {khad-ar'}; another form for 2315; chamber; Chadar, an

Ishmaelite: --Hadar.

2317. Chadrak {khad-rawk'}; of uncertain derivation; Chadrak, a Syrian

deity: --Hadrach.

2318. chadash {khaw-dash'}; a primitive root; to be new; causatively, to

rebuild: --renew, repair.

2319. chadash {khaw-dawsh'}; from 2318; new: --fresh, new thing.

2320. chodesh {kho'-desh}; from 2318; the new moon; by implication, a

month: --month(-ly), new moon.

2321. Chodesh {kho'-desh}; the same as 2320; Chodesh, an Israelitess:


2322. Chadashah {khad-aw-shaw'}; feminine of 2319; new; Chadashah, a place

in Palestine: --Hadashah.

2323. chadath (Aramaic) {khad-ath'}; corresponding to 2319; new: --new.

2324. chava> (Aramaic) {khav-aw'}; corresponding to 2331; to show: --shew.

2325. chuwb {khoob}; also chayab {khaw-yab'}; a primitive root; properly,

perhaps to tie, i.e. (figuratively and reflexively) to owe, or (by

implication) to forfeit: --make endanger.

2326. chowb {khobe}; from 2325; debt: --debtor.

2327. chowbah {kho-baw'}; feminine active participle of 2247; hiding place;

Chobah, a place in Syria: --Hobah.

2328. chuwg {khoog}; a primitive root [compare 2287]; to describe a circle:


2329. chuwg {khoog}; from 2328; a circle: --circle, circuit, compass.

2330. chuwd {khood}; a primitive root; properly, to tie a knot, i.e.

(figuratively) to propound a riddle: --put forth.

2331. chavah {khaw-vah'}; a primitive root; [compare 2324, 242l]; properly,

to live; by implication (intensively) to declare or show: --show.

2332. Chavvah {khav-vaw'}; causatively from 2331; life-giver; Chavvah (or

Eve), the first woman: --Eve.

2333. chavvah {khav-vaw'}; properly, the same as 2332 (life-giving, i.e.

living-place); by implication, an encampment or village: --(small) town.

2334. Chavvowth Ya<iyr {khav-vothe' yaw-eer'}; from the plural of 2333 and

a modification of 3265; hamlets of Jair, a region of Palestine: --[Bashan-


2335. Chowzay {kho-zah'-ee}; from 2374; visionary; Chozai, an Israelite:

--the seers.

2336. chowach {kho'-akh}; from an unused root apparently meaning to pierce;

a thorn; by analogy, a ring for the nose: --bramble, thistle, thorn.

2337. chavach {khaw-vawkh'}; perhaps the same as 2336; a dell or crevice

(as if pierced in the earth): --thicket.

2338. chuwt (Aramaic) {khoot}; corresponding to the root of 2339, perhaps

as a denominative; to string together, i.e. (figuratively) to repair:


2339. chuwt {khoot}; from an unused root probably meaning to sew; a string;

by implication, a measuring tape: --cord, fillet, line, thread.

2340. Chivviy {khiv-vee'}; perhaps from 2333; a villager; a Chivvite, one

of the aboriginal tribes of Palestine: --Hivite.

2341. Chaviylah {khav-ee-law'}; probably from 2342; circular; Chavilah, the

name of two or three eastern regions; also perhaps of two men: --Havilah.

2342. chuwl {khool}; or chiyl {kheel}; a primitive root; properly, to twist

or whirl (in a circular or spiral manner), i.e. (specifically) to dance, to

writhe in pain (especially of parturition) or fear; figuratively, to wait,

to pervert: --bear, (make to) bring forth, (make to) calve, dance, drive

away, fall grievously (with pain), fear, form, great, grieve, (be)

grievous, hope, look, make, be in pain, be much (sore) pained, rest, shake,

shapen, (be) sorrow(-ful), stay, tarry, travail (with pain), tremble,

trust, wait carefully (patiently), be wounded.

2343. Chuwl {khool}; from 2342; a circle; Chul, a son of Aram; also the

region settled by him: --Hul.

2344. chowl {khole}; from 2342; sand (as round or whirling particles):


2345. chuwm {khoom}; from an unused root meaning to be warm, i.e. (by

implication) sunburnt or swarthy (blackish): --brown.

2346. chowmah {kho-maw'}; feminine active participle of an unused root

apparently meaning to join; a wall of protection: --wall, walled.

2347. chuwc {khoos}; a primitive root; properly, to cover, i.e.

(figuratively) to compassionate: --pity, regard, spare.

2348. chowph {khofe}; from an unused root meaning to cover; a cove (as a

sheltered bay): --coast [of the sea], haven, shore, [sea-]side.

2349. Chuwpham {khoo-fawm'}; from the same as 2348; protection: Chupham, an

Israelite: --Hupham.

2350. Chuwphamiy {khoo-faw-mee'}; patronymically from 2349; a Chuphamite or

descendant of Chupham: --Huphamites.

2351. chuwts {khoots}; or (shortened) chuts {khoots}; (both forms feminine

in the plural) from an unused root meaning to sever; properly, separate by

a wall, i.e. outside, outdoors: --abroad, field, forth, highway, more,

out(-side, --ward), street, without.

2352. chuwr {khoor}; or (shortened) chur {khoor}; from an unused root

probably meaning to bore; the crevice of a serpent; the cell of a prison:


2353. chuwr {khoor}; from 2357; white linen: --white.

2354. Chuwr {khoor}; the same as 2353 or 2352; Chur, the name of four

Israelites and one Midianite: --Hur.

2355. chowr {khore}; the same as 2353; white linen: --network. Compare


2356. chowr {khore}; or (shortened) chor {khore}; the same as 2352; a

cavity, socket, den: --cave, hole.

2357. chavar {khaw-var'}; a primitive root; to blanch (as with shame):

--wax pale.

2358. chivvar (Aramaic) {khiv-vawr'}; from a root corresponding to 2357;

white: --white.

2359. Chuwriy {khoo-ree'}; probably from 2353; linen-worker; Churi, an

Israelite: --Huri.

2360. Chuwray {khoo-rah'ee}; probably an orthographical variation for 2359;

Churai, an Israelite: --Hurai.

2361. Chuwram {khoo-rawm'}; probably from 2353; whiteness, i.e. noble;

Churam, the name of an Israelite and two Syrians: --Huram. Compare 2438.

2362. Chavran {khav-rawn'}; apparently from 2357 (in the sense of 2352);

cavernous; Chavran, a region East of the Jordan: --Hauran.

2363. chuwsh {koosh}; a primitive root; to hurry; figuratively, to be eager

with excitement or enjoyment: --(make) haste(-n), ready.

2364. Chuwshah {khoo-shaw'}; from 2363; haste; Chushah, an Israelite:


2365. Chuwshay {khoo-shah'-ee}; from 2363; hasty; Chushai, an Israelite:


2366. Chuwshiym {khoo-sheem'}; or Chushiym {khoo-shem'}; or Chushim {khoo-

sheem'}; plural from 2363; hasters; Chushim, the name of three Israelites:


2367. Chuwsham {khoo-shawm'}; or Chusham {khoo-shawm'}; from 2363; hastily;

Chusham, an Idumaean: --Husham.

2368. chowtham {kho-thawm'}; or chotham {kho-thawm'}; from 2856; a

signature-ring: --seal, signet.

2369. Chowtham {kho-thawm'}; the same as 2368; seal; Chotham, the name of

two Israelites: --Hotham, Hothan.

2370. chaza> (Aramaic) {khaz-aw'}; or chazah (Aramaic) {khaz-aw'};

corresponding to 2372; to gaze upon; mentally to dream, be usual(i.e.

seem): --behold, have [a dream], see, be wont.

2371. Chaza>el {khaz-aw-ale'}; or Chazah>el {khaz-aw-ale'}; from 2372 and

410; God has seen; Chazael, a king of Syria: --Hazael.

2372. chazah {khaw-zaw'}; a primitive root; to gaze at; mentally, to

perceive, contemplate (with pleasure); specifically, to have a vision of:

--behold, look, prophesy, provide, see.

2373. chazeh {khaw-zeh'}; from 2372; the breast (as most seen in front):


2374. chozeh {kho-zeh'}; active participle of 2372; a beholder in vision;

also a compact (as looked upon with approval): --agreement, prophet, see

that, seer, [star-]gazer.

2375. Chazow {khaz-o'}; from 2372; seer; Chazo, a nephew of Abraham:


2376. chezev (Aramaic) {khay'-zev}; from 2370; a sight: --look, vision.

2377. chazown {khaw-zone'}; from 2372; a sight (mentally), i.e. a dream,

revelation, or oracle: --vision.

2378. chazowth {khaw-zooth'}; from 2372; a revelation: --vision.

2379. chazowth (Aramaic) {khaz-oth'}; from 2370; a view: --sight.

2380. chazuwth {khaw-zooth'}; from 2372; a look; hence (figuratively)

striking appearance, revelation, or (by implication) compact: --agreement,

notable (one), vision.

2381. Chaziy>el {khaz-ee-ale'}; from 2372 and 410; seen of God; Chaziel, a

Levite: --Haziel.

2382. Chazayah {khaz-aw-yaw'}; from 2372 and 3050; Jah has seen; Chazajah,

an Israelite: --Hazaiah.

2383. Chezyown {khez-yone'}; from 2372; vision; Chezjon, a Syrian:


2384. chizzayown {khiz-zaw-yone'}; from 2372; a revelation, expectation by

dream: --vision.

2385. chaziyz {khaw-zeez'}; from an unused root meaning to glare; a flash

of lightning: --bright cloud, lightning.

2386. chaziyr {khaz-eer'}; from an unused root probably meaning to enclose;

a hog (perhaps as penned): --boar, swine.

2387. Cheziyr {khay-zeer'}; from the same as 2386; perhaps protected;

Chezir, the name of two Israelites: --Hezir.

2388. chazaq {khaw-zak'}; a primitive root; to fasten upon; hence, to

seize, be strong (figuratively, courageous, causatively strengthen, cure,

help, repair, fortify), obstinate; to bind, restrain, conquer: --aid,

amend, X calker, catch, cleave, confirm, be constant, constrain, continue,

be of good (take) courage(-ous, --ly), encourage (self), be established,

fasten, force, fortify, make hard, harden, help, (lay) hold (fast), lean,

maintain, play the man, mend, become (wax) mighty, prevail, be recovered,

repair, retain, seize, be (wax) sore, strengthen (self), be stout, be

(make, shew, wax) strong(-er), be sure, take (hold), be urgent, behave self

valiantly, withstand.

2389. chazaq {khaw-zawk'}; from 2388; strong(usu. in a bad sense, hard,

bold, violent): --harder, hottest, + impudent, loud, mighty, sore,

stiff[-hearted], strong(-er).

2390. chazeq {khaw-zake'}; from 2388; powerful: --X wax louder, stronger.

2391. chezeq {khay'-zek}; from 2388; help: --strength.

2392. chozeq {kho'-zek}; from 2388; power: --strength.

2393. chezqah {khez-kaw'}; feminine of 2391; prevailing power: --strength(-

en self), (was) strong.

2394. chozqah {khoz-kaw'}; feminine of 2392; vehemence (usually in a bad

sense): --force, mightily, repair, sharply.

2395. Chizqiy {khiz-kee'}; from 2388; strong; Chizki, an Israelite:


2396. Chizqiyah {khiz-kee-yaw'}; or Chizqiyahuw {khiz-kee-yaw'-hoo}; also

Y@chizqiyah {yekh-iz-kee-yaw'}; or Y@chizqiyahuw {yekh-iz-kee-yaw'-hoo};

from 2388 and 3050; strengthened of Jah; Chizkijah, a king of Judah, also

the name of two other Israelites: --Hezekiah, Hizkiah, Hizkijah. Compare


2397. chach {khawkh}; once (Ezek. 29:4) chachiy {khakh-ee'}; from the same

as 2336; a ring for the nose (or lips): --bracelet, chain, hook.

2398. chata> {khaw-taw'}; a primitive root; properly, to miss; hence

(figuratively and generally) to sin; by inference, to forfeit, lack,

expiate, repent, (causatively) lead astray, condemn: --bear the blame,

cleanse, commit [sin], by fault, harm he hath done, loss, miss, (make)

offend(-er), offer for sin, purge, purify (self), make reconciliation,

(cause, make) sin(-ful, --ness), trespass.

2399. chet> {khate}; from 2398; a crime or its penalty: --fault, X

grievously, offence, (punishment of) sin.

2400. chatta> {khat-taw'}; intensively from 2398; a criminal, or one

accounted guilty: --offender, sinful, sinner.

2401. chata>ah {khat-aw-aw'}; feminine of 2399; an offence, or a sacrifice

for it: --sin (offering).

2402. chatta>ah (Aramaic) {khat-taw-aw'}; corresponding to 2401; an

offence, and the penalty or sacrifice for it: --sin (offering).

2403. chatta>ah {khat-taw-aw'}; or chatta>th {khat-tawth'}; from 2398; an

offence (sometimes habitual sinfulness), and its penalty, occasion,

sacrifice, or expiation; also (concretely) an offender: --punishment (of

sin), purifying(-fication for sin), sin(-ner, offering).

2404. chatab {khaw-tab'}; a primitive root; to chop or carve wood: --cut

down, hew(-er), polish.

2405. chatubah {khat-oo-baw'}; feminine passive participle of 2404;

properly, a carving; hence, a tapestry (as figured): --carved.

2406. chittah {khit-taw'}; of uncertain derivation; wheat, whether the

grain or the plant: --wheat(-en).

2407. Chattuwsh {khat-toosh'}; from an unused root of uncertain

signification; Chattush, the name of four or five Israelites: --Hattush.

2408. chatiy (Aramaic) {khat-ee'}; from a root corresponding to 2398; an

offence: --sin.

2409. chattaya> (Aramaic) {khat-taw-yaw'}; from the same as 2408; an

expiation: --sin offering.

2410. Chatiyta> {khat-ee-taw'}; from an unused root apparently meaning to

dig out; explorer; Chatita, a temple porter: --Hatita.

2411. Chattiyl {khat-teel'}; from an unused root apparently meaning to

wave; fluctuating; Chattil, one of "Solomon's servants": --Hattil.

2412. Chatiypha> {khat-ee-faw'}; from 2414; robber; Chatipha, one of the

Nethinim: --Hatipha.

2413. chatam {khaw-tam'}; a primitive root; to stop: --refrain.

2414. chataph {khaw-taf'}; a primitive root; to clutch; hence, to seize as

a prisoner: --catch.

2415. choter {kho'-ter}; from an unused root of uncertain signification; a

twig: --rod.

2416. chay {khah'-ee}; from 2421; alive; hence, raw (flesh); fresh (plant,

water, year), strong; also (as noun, especially in the feminine singular

and masculine plural) life (or living thing), whether literally or

figuratively: --+ age, alive, appetite, (wild) beast, company,

congregation, life(-time), live(-ly), living (creature, thing),

maintenance, + merry, multitude, + (be) old, quick, raw, running,

springing, troop.

2417. chay (Aramaic) {khah'-ee}; from 2418; alive; also (as noun in plural)

life: --life, that liveth, living.

2418. chaya> (Aramaic) {khah-yaw'}; or chayah (Aramaic) {khah-yaw'};

corresponding to 2421; to live: --live, keep alive.

2419. Chiy>el {khee-ale'}; from 2416 and 410; living of God; Chiel, an

Israelite: --Hiel.

2420. chiydah {khee-daw'}; from 2330; a puzzle, hence, a trick, conundrum,

sententious maxim: --dark saying (sentence, speech), hard question,

proverb, riddle.

2421. chayah {khaw-yaw'}; a primitive root [compare 2331, 2421]; to live,

whether literally or figuratively; causatively, to revive: --keep (leave,

make) alive, X certainly, give (promise) life, (let, suffer to) live,

nourish up, preserve (alive), quicken, recover, repair, restore (to life),

revive, (X God) save (alive, life, lives), X surely, be whole.

2422. chayeh {khaw-yeh'}; from 2421; vigorous: --lively.

2423. cheyva> (Aramaic) {khay-vaw'}; from 2418; an animal: --beast.

2424. chayuwth {khah-yooth'}; from 2421; life: --X living.

2425. chayay {khaw-yah'-ee}; a primitive root [compare 2421]; to live;

causatively to revive: --live, save life.

2426. cheyl {khale}; or (shortened) chel {khale}; a collateral form of

2428; an army; also (by analogy,) an intrenchment: --army, bulwark, host, +

poor, rampart, trench, wall.

2427. chiyl {kheel}; and (feminine) chiylah {khee-law'}; from 2342; a throe

(expectant of childbirth): --pain, pang, sorrow.

2428. chayil {khah'-yil}; from 2342; probably a force, whether of men,

means or other resources; an army, wealth, virtue, valor, strength: --able,

activity, (+) army, band of men (soldiers), company, (great) forces, goods,

host, might, power, riches, strength, strong, substance, train,

(+)valiant(-ly), valour, virtuous(-ly), war, worthy(-ily).

2429. chayil (Aramaic) {khah'-yil}; corresponding to 2428; an army, or

strength: --aloud, army, X most [mighty], power.

2430. cheylah {khay-law'}; feminine of 2428; an intrenchment: --bulwark.

2431. Cheylam {khay-lawm'}; or Chel>am {khay-lawm'}; from 2428; fortress;

Chelam, a place East of Palestine: --Helam.

2432. Chiylen {khee-lane'}; from 2428; fortress; Chilen, a place in

Palestine: --Hilen.

2433. chiyn {kheen}; another form for 2580; beauty: --comely.

2434. chayits {khah'-yits}; another form for 2351; a wall: --wall.

2435. chiytsown {khee-tsone'}; from 2434; properly, the (outer) wall side;

hence, exterior; figuratively, secular (as opposed to sacred): --outer,

outward, utter, without.

2436. cheyq {khake}; or cheq {khake}; and chowq {khoke}; from an unused

root, apparently meaning to inclose; the bosom (literally or figuratively):

--bosom, bottom, lap, midst, within.

2437. Chiyrah {khee-raw'}; from 2357 in the sense of splendor; Chirah, an

Adullamite: --Hirah.

2438. Chiyram {khee-rawm'}; or Chiyrowm {khee-rome'}; another form of 2361;

Chiram or Chirom, the name of two Tyrians: --Hiram, Huram.

2439. chiysh {kheesh}; another form of 2363; to hurry: --make haste.

2340. chiysh {kheesh}; from 2439; properly, a hurry; hence (adverb)

quickly: --soon.

2441. chek {khake}; probably from 2596 in the sense of tasting; properly,

the palate or inside of the mouth; hence, the mouth itself (as the organ of

speech, taste and kissing): --(roof of the) mouth, taste.

2442. chakah {khaw-kaw'}; a primitive root [apparently akin to 2707 through

the idea of piercing]; properly, to adhere to; hence, to await: --long,

tarry, wait.

2443. chakkah {khak-kaw'}; probably from 2442; a hook (as adhering):

--angle, hook.

2444. Chakiylah {khak-ee-law'}; from the same as 2447; dark; Chakilah, a

hill in Palestine: --Hachilah.

2445. chakkiym (Aramaic) {khak-keem'}; from a root corresponding to 2449;

wise, i.e. a Magian: --wise.

2446. Chakalyah {khak-al-yaw'}; from the base of 2447 and 3050; darkness of

Jah; Chakaljah, an Israelite: --Hachaliah.

2447. chakliyl {khak-leel'}; by reduplication from an unused root

apparently meaning to be dark; darkly flashing (only of the eyes); in a

good sense, brilliant (as stimulated by wine): --red.

2448. chakliluwth {khak-lee-looth'}; from 2447; flash (of the eyes); in a

bad sense, blearedness: --redness.

2449. chakam {khaw-kam'}; a primitive root, to be wise (in mind, word or

act): --X exceeding, teach wisdom, be (make self, shew self) wise, deal

(never so) wisely, make wiser.

2450. chakam {khaw-kawm'}; from 2449; wise,(i.e. intelligent, skilful or

artful): --cunning (man), subtil, ([un-]), wise([hearted], man).

2451. chokmah {khok-maw'}; from 2449; wisdom (in a good sense): --skilful,

wisdom, wisely, wit.

2452. chokmah (Aramaic) {khok-maw'}; corresponding to 2451; wisdom:


2453. Cahkmowniy {khak-mo-nee'}; from 2449; skilful; Chakmoni, an

Israelite: --Hachmoni, Hachmonite.

2454. chokmowth {khok-moth'}; or chakmowth {khak-moth'}; collateral forms

of 2451; wisdom: --wisdom, every wise [woman].

2455. chol {khole}; from 2490; properly, exposed; hence, profane: --common,

profane (place), unholy.

2456. chala> {khaw-law'}; a primitive root [compare 2470]; to be sick: --be


2457. chel>ah {khel-aw'}; from 2456; properly, disease; hence, rust:


2458. Chel>ah {khel-aw'}; the same as 2457; Chelah, an Israelitess:


2459. cheleb {kheh'-leb}; or cheleb {khay'-leb}; from an unused root

meaning to be fat; fat, whether literally or figuratively; hence, the

richest or choice part: --X best, fat(-ness), X finest, grease, marrow.

2460. Cheleb {khay'-leb}; the same as 2459; fatness; Cheleb, an Israelite:


2461. chalab {khaw-lawb'}; from the same as 2459; milk (as the richness of

kine): --+ cheese, milk, sucking.

2462. Chelbah {khel-baw'}; feminine of 2459; fertility: Chelbah, a place in

Palestine: --Helbah.

2463. Chelbown {khel-bone'}; from 2459; fruitful; Chelbon, a place in

Syria: --Helbah.

2464. chelb@nah {khel-ben-aw'}; from 2459; galbanam, an odorous gum (as if

fatty): --galbanum.

2465. cheled {kheh'-led}; from an unused root apparently meaning to glide

swiftly; life (as a fleeting portion of time); hence, the world (as

transient): --age, short time, world.

2466. cheled {khay'-led}; the same as 2465; Cheled, an Israelite: --Heled.

2467. choled {kho'-led}; from the same as 2465; a weasel (from its gliding

motion): --weasel.

2468. Chuldah {khool-daw'}; feminine of 2467; Chuldah, an Israelitess:


2469. Chelday {khel-dah'-ee}; from 2466; worldliness; Cheldai, the name of

two Israelites: --Heldai.

2470. chalah {khaw-law'}; a primitive root [compare 2342, 2470, 2490];

properly, to be rubbed or worn; hence (figuratively) to be weak, sick,

afflicted; or (causatively) to grieve, make sick; also to stroke (in

flattering), entreat: --beseech, (be) diseased, (put to) grief, be grieved,

(be) grievous, infirmity, intreat, lay to, put to pain, X pray, make

prayer, be (fall, make) sick, sore, be sorry, make suit (X supplication),

woman in travail, be (become) weak, be wounded.

2471. challah {khal-law'}; from 2490; a cake (as usually punctured):


2472. chalowm {khal-ome'}; or (shortened) chalom {khal-ome'}; from 2492; a

dream: --dream(-er).

2473. Cholown {kho-lone'}; or (shortened) Cholon {kho-lone'}; probably from

2344; sandy; Cholon, the name of two places in Palestine: --Holon.

2474. challown {khal-lone'}; a window (as perforated): --window.

2475. chalowph {khal-ofe'}; from 2498; properly, surviving; by implication

(collectively) orphans: --X destruction.

2476. chaluwshah {khal-oo-shaw'}; feminine passive participle of 2522;

defeat: --being overcome.

2477. Chalach {khal-akh'}; probably of foreign origin; Chalach, a region of

Assyria: --Halah.

2478. Chalchuwl {khal-khool'}; by reduplication from 2342; contorted;

Chalchul, a place in Palestine: --Halhul.

2479. chalchalah {khal-khaw-law'}; feminine from the same as 2478; writhing

(in childbirth); by implication, terror: --(great, much) pain.

2480. chalat {khaw-lat'}; a primitive root; to snatch at: --catch.

2481. chaliy {khal-ee'}; from 2470; a trinket (as polished): --jewel,


2482. Chaliy {khal-ee'}; the same as 2481; Chali, a place in Palestine:


2483. choliy {khol-ee'}; from 2470; malady, anxiety, calamity: --disease,

grief, (is) sick(-ness).

2484. chelyah {khel-yaw'}; feminine of 2481; a trinket: --jewel.

2485. chaliyl {khaw-leel'}; from 2490; a flute (as perforated): --pipe.

2486. chaliylah {khaw-lee'-law}; or chalilah {khaw-lee'-law}; a directive

from 2490; literal for a profaned thing; used (interj.) far be it!: --be

far, (X God) forbid.

2487. chaliyphah {khal-ee-faw'}; from 2498; alternation: --change, course.

2488. chaliytsah {khal-ee-tsaw'}; from 2503; spoil: --armour.

2489. chel@ka> {khay-lek-aw'}; or chel@kah {khay-lek-aw'}; apparently from

an unused root probably meaning to be dark or (figuratively) unhappy; a

wretch, i.e. unfortunate: --poor.

2490. chalal {khaw-lal'}; a primitive root [compare 2470]; properly, to

bore, i.e. (by implication) to wound, to dissolve; figuratively, to profane

(a person, place or thing), to break (one's word), to begin (as if by an

"opening wedge"); denom. (from 2485) to play (the flute): --begin (X men

began), defile, X break, defile, X eat (as common things), X first, X

gather the grape thereof, X take inheritance, pipe, player on instruments,

pollute, (cast as) profane (self), prostitute, slay (slain), sorrow, stain,


2491. chalal {khaw-lawl'}; from 2490; pierced (especially to death);

figuratively, polluted: --kill, profane, slain (man), X slew, (deadly)


2492. chalam {khaw-lam'}; a primitive root; properly, to bind firmly, i.e.

(by implication) to be (causatively to make) plump; also (through the

figurative sense of dumbness) to dream: --(cause to) dream(-er), be in good

liking, recover.

2493. chelem (Aramaic) {khay'-lem}; from a root corresponding to 2492; a

dream: --dream.

2494. Chelem {khay'lem}; from 2492; a dream; Chelem, an Israelite: --Helem.

Compare 2469.

2495. challamuwth {khal-law-mooth'}; from 2492 (in the sense of

insipidity); probably purslain: --egg.

2496. challamiysh {klal-law-meesh'}; probably from 2492 (in the sense of

hardness); flint: --flint(-y), rock.

2497. Chelon {khay-lone'}; from 2428; strong; Chelon, an Israelite:


2498. chalaph {khaw-laf'}; a primitive root; properly, to slide by, i.e.

(by implication) to hasten away, pass on, spring up, pierce or change:

--abolish, alter, change, cut off, go on forward, grow up, be over, pass

(away, on, through), renew, sprout, strike through.

2499. chalaph (Aramaic) {khal-af'}; corresponding to 2498; to pass on (of

time): --pass.

2500. cheleph {klay'-lef}; from 2498; properly, exchange; hence (as

preposition) instead of: --X for.

2501. Cheleph {kheh'lef}; the same as 2500; change; Cheleph, a place in

Palestine: --Heleph.

2502. chalats {khaw-lats'}; a primitive root; to pull off; hence

(intensively) to strip, (reflex.) to depart; by implication, to deliver,

equip (for fight); present, strengthen: --arm (self), (go, ready) armed (X

man, soldier), deliver, draw out, make fat, loose, (ready) prepared, put

off, take away, withdraw self.

2503. Chelets {kheh'-lets}; or Chelets {khay'-lets; from 2502; perhaps,

strength; Chelets, the name of two Israelites: --Helez.

2504. chalats {khaw-lawts'}; from 2502 (in the sense of strength); only in

the dual; the loins (as the seat of vigor): --loins, reins.

2505. chalaq {khaw-lak'}; a primitive root; to be smooth (figuratively); by

implication (as smooth stones were used for lots) to apportion or separate:

--deal, distribute, divide, flatter, give, (have, im-)part(-ner), take away

a portion, receive, separate self, (be) smooth(-er).

2506. cheleq {khay'lek}; from 2505; properly, smoothness (of the tongue);

also an allotment: --flattery, inheritance, part, X partake, portion.

2507. Cheleq {khay'-lek}; the same as 2506; portion; Chelek, an Israelite:


2508. chalaq (Aramaic) {khal-awk'}; from a root corresponding to 2505; a

part: --portion.

2509. chalaq {khaw-lawk'}; from 2505; smooth (especially of tongue):

--flattering, smooth.

2510. Chalaq {khaw-lawk'}; the same as 2509; bare; Chalak, a mountain of

Idumaea: --Halak.

2511. challaq {khal-lawk'}; from 2505; smooth: --smooth.

2512. challuq {khal-look'}; from 2505; smooth: --smooth.

2513. chelqah {khel-kaw'}; feminine of 2506; properly, smoothness;

figuratively, flattery; also an allotment: --field, flattering(-ry),

ground, parcel, part, piece of land [ground], plat, portion, slippery

place, smooth (thing).

2514. chalaqqah {khal-ak-kaw'}; feminine from 2505; flattery: --flattery.

2515. chaluqqah {khal-ook-kaw'}; feminine of 2512; a distribution:


2516. Chelqiy {khel-kee'}; patronymically from 2507; a Chelkite or

descendant of Chelek: --Helkites.

2517. Chelqay {khel-kah'ee}; from 2505; apportioned; Chelkai, an Israelite:


2518. Chilqiyah {khil-kee-yaw'}; or Chilqiyahuw {khil-kee-yaw'-hoo}'from

2506 and 3050; portion of Jah; {Chilhijah, the name of eight Israelites:


2519. chalaqlaqqah {khal-ak-lak-kaw'}; by reduplication from 2505;

properly, something very smooth; i.e. a treacherous spot; figuratively,

blandishment: --flattery, slippery.

2520. Chelqath {khel-kath'}; a form of 2513; smoothness; Chelkath, a place

in Palestine: --Helkath.

2521. Chelqath hats-Tsu-riym {khel-kath' hats-tsoo-reem'}; from 2520 and

the plural of 6697, with the article inserted; smoothness of the rocks;

Chelkath Hats-tsurim, a place in Palestine: --Helkath-hazzurim.

2522. chalash {khaw-lash'}; a primitive root; to prostrate; by implication,

to overthrow, decay: --discomfit, waste away, weaken.

2523. challash {khal-lawsh'}; from 2522; frail: --weak.

2524. cham {khawm}; from the same as 2346; a father-in-law (as in

affinity): --father in law.

2525. cham {khawm}; from 2552; hot: --hot, warm.

2526. Cham {khawm}; the same as 2525; hot (from the tropical habitat);

Cham, a son of Noah; also (as a patronymic) his descendants or their

country: --Ham.

2527. chom {khome}; from 2552; heat: --heat, to be hot (warm).

2528. chema> (Aramaic) {khem-aw'}; or chamah (Aramaic) {kham-aw'};

corresponding to 2534; anger: --fury.

2529. chem>ah {khem-aw'}; or (shortened) chemah {khay-maw'}; from the same

root as 2346; curdled milk or cheese: --butter.

2530. chamad {khaw-mad'}; a primitive root; to delight in: --beauty,

greatly beloved, covet, delectable thing, (X great) delight, desire,

goodly, lust, (be) pleasant (thing), precious (thing).

2531. chemed {kheh'-med}; om 2530; delight: --desirable, pleasant.

2532. chemdah {khem-daw'}; feminine of 2531; delight: --desire, goodly,

pleasant, precious.

2533. Chemdan {khem-dawn'}; from 2531; pleasant; Chemdan, an Idumaean:


2534. chemah {khay-maw'}; or(Dan. 11:44) chema> {khay-maw'}; from 3179;

heat; figuratively, anger, poison (from its fever): --anger, bottles, hot

displeasure, furious(-ly, --ry), heat, indignation, poison, rage,

wrath(-ful). See 2529.

2535. chammah {kham-maw'}; from 2525; heat; by implication, the sun:

--heat, sun.

2536. Chammuw>el {kham-moo-ale'}; from 2535 and 410; anger of God;

Chammuel, an Israelite: --Hamuel.

2537. Chamuwtal {kham-oo-tal'}; or Chamiytal {kham-ee-tal'}; from 2524 and

2919; father-in-law of dew; Chamutal or Chamital, an Israelitess:


2538. Chamuwl {khaw-mool'}; from 2550; pitied; Chamul, an Israelite:


2539. Chamuwliy {khaw-moo-lee'}; patronymically from 2538: a Chamulite

(collectively) or descendants of Chamul: --Hamulites.

2540. Chammown {kham-mone'}; from 2552; warm spring; Chammon, the name of

two places in Palestine: --Hammon.

2541. chamowts {khaw-motse'}; from 2556; properly, violent; by implication,

a robber: --oppressed.

2542. chammuwq {kham-mook'}; from 2559; a wrapping, i.e. drawers: --joints.

2543. chamowr {kham-ore'}; or (shortened) chamor {kham-ore}; from 2560; a

male ass (from its dun red): --(he)ass.

2544. Chamowr {kham-ore'}; the same as 2543; donkey; Chamor, a Canaanite:


2545. chamowth {kham-oth'}; or (shortened) chamoth {kham-oth'}; feminine of

2524; a mother-in-law: --mother in law.

2546. chomet {kho'met}; from an unused root probably meaning, to lie low; a

lizard (as creeping): --snail.

2547. Chumtah {khoom-taw'}; feminine of 2546; low; Chumtah, a place in

Palestine: --Humtah.

2548. chamiyts {khaw-meets'}; from 2556; seasoned, i.e. salt provender:


2549. chamiyshiy {kham-ee-shee'}; or chamishshiy {kham-ish-shee'}; ord.

from 2568; fifth; also a fifth: --fifth (part).

2550. chamal {khaw-mal'}; a primitive root; to commiserate; by implication,

to spare: --have compassion, (have) pity, spare.

2551. chemlah {khem-law'}; from 2550; commiseration: --merciful, pity.

2552. chamam {khaw-mam'}; a primitive root; to be hot (literally or

figuratively): --enflame self, get (have) heat, be (wax) hot, (be, wax)

warm (self, at).

2553. chamman {kham-mawn'}; from 2535; a sun-pillar: --idol, image.

2554. chamac {khaw-mas'}; a primitive root; to be violent; by implication,

to maltreat: --make bare, shake off, violate, do violence, take away

violently, wrong, imagine wrongfully.

2555. chamac {khaw-mawce'}; from 2554; violence; by implication, wrong; by

meton. unjust gain: --cruel(-ty), damage, false, injustice, X oppressor,

unrighteous, violence (against, done), violent (dealing), wrong.

2556. chamets {khaw-mates'}; a primitive root; to be pungent; i.e. in taste

(sour, i.e. literally fermented, or figuratively, harsh), in color

(dazzling): --cruel (man), dyed, be grieved, leavened.

2557. chametz {khaw-mates'}; from 2556; ferment, (figuratively) extortion:

--leaven, leavened (bread).

2558. chomets {kho'-mets}; from 2556; vinegar: --vinegar.

2559. chamaq {khaw-mak'}; a primitive root; properly, to wrap; hence, to

depart(i.e. turn about): --go about, withdraw self.

2560. chamar {khaw-mar'}; a primitive root; properly, to boil up; hence, to

ferment (with scum); to glow (with redness); as denominative (from 2564) to

smear with pitch: --daub, befoul, be red, trouble.

2561. chemer {kheh'-mer}; from 2560; wine (as fermenting): --X pure, red


2562. chamar (Aramaic), {kham-ar'}; corresponding to 2561; wine: --wine.

2563. chomer {kho'mer}; from 2560; properly, a bubbling up, i.e. of water,

a wave; of earth, mire or clay (cement); also a heap; hence, a chomer or

dry measure: --clay, heap, homer, mire, motion.

2564. chemar {khay-mawr'}; from 2560; bitumen (as rising to the surface):


2565. chamorah {kham-o-raw'}; from 2560 [compare 2563]; a heap: --heap.

2566. Chamran {kham-rawn'}; from 2560; red; Chamran, an Idumaean: --Amran.

2567. chamash {khaw-mash'}; a denominative from 2568; to tax a fifth:

--take up the fifth participle

2568. chamesh {khaw-maysh'}; masculine chamishshah {kham-ish-shaw}; a

primitive numeral; five: --fif[-teen], fifth, five (X apiece).

2569. chomesh {kho'-mesh}; from 2567; a fifth tax: --fifth participle

2570. chomesh {kho'-mesh}; from an unused root probably meaning, to be

stout; the abdomen (as obese): --fifth [rib].

2571. chamush {khaw-moosh'}; passive participle of the same as 2570;

staunch, i.e. able-bodied soldiers: --armed (men), harnessed.

2572. chamishshiym {kham-ish-sheem'}; multiple of 2568; fifty: --fifty.

2573. chemeth {klay'-meth}; from the same as 2346; a skin bottle (as tied

up): --bottle.

2574. Chamath {kham-awth'}; from the same as 2346; walled; Chamath, a place

in Syria: --Hamath, Hemath.

2575. Chammath {klam-math'}; a variation for the first part of 2576; hot

springs; Chammath, a place in Palestine: --Hammath.

2576. Chammoth Do>r {kham-moth' dore}; from the plural of 2535 and 1756;

hot springs of Dor; Chammath-Dor, a place in Palestine: --Hamath-Dor.

2577. Chamathiy {kham-aw-thee'}; patrial from 2574; a Chamathite or native

of Chamath: --Hamathite.

2578. Chamath Tsowbah {kham-ath' tso-baw'}; from 2574 and 6678; Chamath of

Tsobah; Chamath-Tsobah; probably the same as 2574: --Hamath-Zobah.

2579. Chamath Rabbah {kham-ath' rab-baw'}; from 2574 and 7237; Chamath of

Rabbah; Chamath-Rabbah, probably the same as 2574. --Hamath

2580. chen {khane}; from 2603; graciousness, i.e. subjective (kindness,

favor) or objective (beauty): --favour, grace(-ious), pleasant, precious,


2581. Chen {khane}; the same as 2580; grace; Chen, a figurative name for an

Israelite: --Hen.

2582. Chenadad {khay-naw-dawd'}; probably from 2580 and l908; favor of

Hadad; Chenadad, an Israelite: --Henadad.

2583. chanah {khaw-naw'}; a primitive root [compare 2603]; properly, to

incline; by implication, to decline (of the slanting rays of evening);

specifically, to pitch a tent; gen. to encamp (for abode or siege): --abide

(in tents), camp, dwell, encamp, grow to an end, lie, pitch (tent), rest in


2584. Channah {khan-naw'}; from 2603; favored; Channah, an Israelitess:


2585. Chanowk {khan-oke'}; from 2596; initiated; Chanok, an antediluvian

patriach: --Enoch.

2586. Chanuwn {khaw-noon'}; from 2603; favored; Chanun, the name of an

Ammonite and of two Israelites: --Hanun.

2587. channuwn {khan-noon'}; from 2603; gracious: --gracious.

2588. chanuwth {khaw-nooth'}; from 2583; properly, a vault or cell (with an

arch); by implication, a prison: --cabin.

2589. channowth {klan-noth'}; from 2603 (in the sense of prayer);

supplication: --be gracious, intreated.

2590. chanat {khaw-nat'}; a primitive root; to spice; by implication, to

embalm; also to ripen: --embalm, put forth.

2591. chinta> (Aramaic) {khint-taw'}; corresponding to 2406; wheat:


2592. Channiy>el {khan-nee-ale'}; from 2603 and 410; favor of God;

Channiel, the name of two Israelites: --Hanniel.

2593. chaniyk {kaw-neek'}; from 2596; initiated; i.e. practiced: --trained.

2594. chaniynah {khan-ee-naw'}; from 2603; graciousness: --favour.

2595. chaniyth {khan-eeth'}; from 2583; a lance (for thrusting, like

pitching a tent): --javelin, spear.

2596. chanak {khaw-nak'}; a primitive root; properly, to narrow (compare

26l4); figuratively, to initiate or discipline: --dedicate, train up.

2597. chanukka> (Aramaic) {chan-ook-kaw'}; corresponding to 2598;

consecration: --dedication.

2598. chanukkah {khan-ook-kaw'}; from 2596; initiation, i.e. consecration:


2599. Chanokiy {khan-o-kee'}; patronymically from 2585; a Chanokite

(collectively) or descendants of Chanok: --Hanochites.

2600. chinnam {khin-nawm'}; from 2580; gratis, i.e. devoid of cost, reason

or advantage: --without a cause (cost, wages), causeless, to cost nothing,

free(-ly), innocent, for nothing (nought, in vain.

2601. Chanam>el {khan-am-ale'}; probably by orthographical variation for

2606; Chanamel, an Israelite: --Hanameel.

2602. chanamal {khan-aw-mawl'}; of uncertain derivation; perhaps the aphis

or plantlouse: --frost.

2603. chanan {khaw-nan'}; a primitive root [compare 2583]; properly, to

bend or stoop in kindness to an inferior; to favor, bestow; causatively to

implore(i.e. move to favor by petition): --beseech, X fair, (be, find,

shew) favour(-able), be (deal, give, grant (gracious(-ly), intreat, (be)

merciful, have (shew) mercy (on, upon), have pity upon, pray, make

supplication, X very.

2604. chanan (Aramaic) {khan-an'}; corresponding to 2603; to favor or

(causatively) to entreat: --shew mercy, make supplication.

2605. Chanan {khaw-nawn'}; from 2603; favor; Chanan, the name of seven

Israelites: --Canan.

2606. Chanan>el {khan-an-ale'}; from 2603 and 410; God has favored;

Chananel, probably an Israelite, from whom a tower of Jerusalem was named:


2607. Chananiy {khan-aw-nee'}; from 2603; gracious; Chanani, the name of

six Israelites: --Hanani.

2608. Chananyah {khan-an-yaw'}; or Chananyahuw {khan-an-yaw'-hoo}; from

2603 and 3050; Jah has favored; Chananjah, the name of thirteen Israelites:


2609. Chanec {khaw-nace'}; of Egyptian derivation; Chanes, a place in

Egypt: --Hanes.

2610. chaneph {khaw-nafe'}; a primitive root; to soil, especially in a

moral sense: --corrupt, defile, X greatly, pollute, profane.

2611. chaneph {khaw-nafe'}; from 2610; soiled(i.e. with sin), impious:


2612. choneph {kho'-nef}; from 2610; moral filth, i.e. wickedness:


2613. chanuphah {khan-oo-faw'}; feminine from 2610; impiety: --profaneness.

2614. chanaq {khaw-nak'}; a primitive root [compare 2596]; to be narrow; by

implication, to throttle, or (reflex.) to choke oneself to death (by a

rope): --hang self, strangle.

2615. Channathon {khan-naw-thone'}; probably from 2603; favored;

Channathon, a place in Palestine: --Hannathon.

2616. chacad {khaw-sad'}; a primitive root; properly, perhaps to bow (the

neck only [compare 2603] in courtesy to an equal), i.e. to be kind; also

(by euphem. [compare l288], but rarely) to reprove: --shew self merciful,

put to shame.

2617. checed {kheh'-sed}; from 2616; kindness; by implication (towards God)

piety: rarely (by opposition) reproof, or (subject.) beauty: --favour, good

deed(-liness, --ness), kindly, (loving-)kindness, merciful (kindness),

mercy, pity, reproach, wicked thing.

2618. Checed {kheh'-sed}; the same as 2617: favor; Chesed, an Israelite:


2619. Chacadyah {khas-ad-yaw'}; from 2617 and 3050; Jah has favored:

Chasadjah, an Israelite: --Hasadiah.

2620. chacah {khaw-saw'}; a primitive root; to flee for protection [compare

982]; figuratively, to confide in: --have hope, make refuge, (put) trust.

2621. Chocah {kho-saw'}; from 2620; hopeful; Chosah, an Israelite; also a

place in Palestine: --Hosah.

2622. chacuwth {khaw-sooth'}; from 2620; confidence: --trust.

2623. chaciyd {khaw-seed'}; from 2616; properly, kind, i.e. (religiously)

pious (a saint): --godly (man), good, holy (one), merciful, saint, [un-


2624. chaciydah {khas-ee-daw'}; feminine of 2623; the kind (maternal) bird,

i.e. a stork: --X feather, stork.

2625. chaciyl {khaw-seel'}; from 2628; the ravager, i.e. a locust:


2626. chaciyn {khas-een'}; from 2630; properly, firm, i.e. (by implication)

mighty: --strong.

2627. chacciyr (Aramaic) {khas-seer'}; from a root corresponding to 2637;

deficient: --wanting.

2628. chacal {khaw-sal'}; a primitive root; to eat off: --consume.

2629. chacam {khaw-sam'}; a primitive root; to muzzle; by analogy, to stop

the nose: --muzzle, stop.

2630. chacan {khaw-san'}; a primitive root; properly, to (be) compact; by

implication, to hoard: --lay up.

2631. chacan (Aramaic) {khas-an'}; corresponding to 2630; to hold in

occupancy: --possess.

2632. checen (Aramaic) {khay'-sen}; from 2631; strength: --power.

2633. chocen {kho'-sen}; from 2630; wealth: --riches, strength, treasure.

2634. chacon {khaw-sone'}; from 2630; powerful: --strong.

2635. chacaph (Aramaic) {khas-af'}; from a root corresponding to that of

2636; a clod: --clay.

2636. chacpac {khas-pas'}; reduplicated from an unused root meaning

apparently to peel; a shred or scale: --round thing.

2637. chacer {khaw-sare'}; a primitive root; to lack; by implication, to

fail, want, lessen: --be abated, bereave, decrease, (cause to) fail, (have)

lack, make lower, want.

2638. chacer {khaw-sare'}; from 2637; lacking; hence, without: --destitute,

fail, lack, have need, void, want.

2639. checer {kheh'-ler}; from 2637; lack; hence, destitution: --poverty,


2640. chocer {kho'-ser}; from 2637; poverty: --in want of.

2641. Chacrah {khas-raw'}; from 2637; want: -Chasrah, an Israelite:


2642. checrown {khes-rone'}; from 2637; deficiency: --wanting.

2643. chaph {khaf}; from 2653 (in the moral sense of covered from soil);

pure: --innocent.

2644. chapha> {khaw-faw'}; an orthographical variation of 2645; properly,

to cover, i.e. (in a sinister sense) to act covertly: --do secretly.

2645. chaphah {khaw-faw'}; a primitive root (compare 2644, 2653); to cover;

by implication, to veil, to encase, protect: --ceil, cover, overlay.

2646. chuppah {khoop-paw'}; from 2645; a canopy: --chamber, closet,


2647. Chuppah {khoop-paw'}; the same as 2646; Chuppah, an Israelite:


2648. chaphaz {khaw-faz'}; a primitive root; properly, to start up

suddenly, i.e. (by implication) to hasten away, to fear: --(make) haste

(away), tremble.

2649. chippazown {khip-paw-zone'}; from 2468; hasty flight: --haste.

2650. Chuppiym {khoop-peem'}; plural of 2646 [compare 2349]; Chuppim, an

Israelite: --Huppim.

2651. chophen {kho'-fen}; from an unused root of uncertain signification; a

fist (only in the dual): --fists, (both) hands, hand(-ful).

2652. Chophniy {khof-nee'}; from 2651; perhaps pugilist; Chophni, an

Israelite: --Hophni.

2653. chophaph {khaw-faf'}; a primitive root (compare 2645, 3182); to cover

(in protection): --cover.

2654. chaphets {khaw-fates'}; a primitive root; properly, to incline to; by

implication (literally but rarely) to bend; figuratively, to be pleased

with, desire: --X any at all, (have, take) delight, desire, favour, like,

move, be (well) pleased, have pleasure, will, would.

2655. chaphets {khaw-fates'}; from 2654; pleased with: --delight in,

desire, favour, please, have pleasure, whosoever would, willing, wish.

2656. chephets {khay'-fets}; from 2654; pleasure; hence (abstractly)

desire; concretely, a valuable thing; hence (by extension) a matter (as

something in mind): --acceptable, delight(-some), desire, things desired,

matter, pleasant(-ure), purpose, willingly.

2657. Chephtsiy bahh {khef-tsee'baw}; from 2656 with suffixes; my delight

(is) in her; Cheptsi-bah, a fanciful name for Palestine: --Hephzi-bah.

2658. chaphar {khaw-far'}; a primitive root; properly, to pry into; by

implication, to delve, to explore: --dig, paw, search out, seek.

2659. chapher {khaw-fare'}; a primitive root [perhapsrath. the same as 2658

through the idea of detection]: to blush; figuratively, to be ashamed,

disappointed; causatively, to shame, reproach: --be ashamed, be confounded,

be brought to confusion (unto shame), come (be put to) shame, bring


2660. Chepher {khay'-fer}; from 2658 or 2659; a pit of shame; Chepher, a

place in Palestine; also the name of three Israelites: --Hepher.

2661. chaphor {khaf-ore'}; from 2658; a hole; only in connection with 65l2,

which ought rather to be joined as one word, thus chapharperah {khaf-ar-

pay-raw'}; by reduplication from 2658; a burrower, i.e. probably a rat:


2662. Chephriy {khef-ree'}; patronymically from 2660; a Chephrite

(collectively) or descendants of Chepher: --Hepherites.

2663. Chapharayim {khaf-aw-rah'-yim}; dual of 2660; double pit;

Chapharajim, a place in Palestine: --Haphraim.

2664. chaphas {khaw-fas'}; a primitive root; to seek; causatively, to

conceal oneself(i.e. let be sought), or mask: --change, (make) diligent

(search), disquise self, hide, search (for, out).

2665. chephes {khay'-fes}; from 2664; something covert, i.e. a trick:


2666. chaphash {khaw-fash'}; a primitive root; to spread loose;

figuratively, to manumit: --be free.

2667. Chophesh {kho'-fesh}; from 2666; something spread loosely, i.e. a

carpet: --precious.

2668. chuphshah {khoof-shaw'}; from 2666; liberty (from slavery):


2669. chophshuwth {khof-shooth'}; and chophshiyth {khof-sheeth'}; from

2666; prostration by sickness (with 1004, a hospital): --several.

2670. chophshiy {khof-shee'}; from 2666; exempt (from bondage, tax or

care): --free, liberty.

2671. chets {khayts}; from 2686; properly, a piercer, i.e. an arrow; by

implication, a wound; figuratively, (of God) thunder-bolt; (by interchange

for 6086) the shaft of a spear: --+ archer, arrow, dart, shaft, staff,


2672. chatsab {khaw-tsab'}; or chatseb {khaw-tsabe'}; a primitive root ; to

cut or carve (wood), stone or other material); by implication, to hew,

split, square, quarry, engrave: --cut, dig, divide, grave, hew (out, --er),

made, mason.

2673. chatsah {khaw-tsaw'}; a primitive root [compare 2086]); to cut or

split in two; to halve: --divide, X live out half, reach to the midst,


2674. Chatsowr {khaw-tsore'}; a collective form of 2691; village; Chatsor,

the name (thus simply) of two places in Palestine and of one in Arabia:


2675. Chatsowr Chadattah {khaw-tsore' khad-at-taw'}; from 2674 and a

Aramaizing form of the feminine of 2319 [compare 2323]; new Chatsor, a

place in Palestine: --Hazor, Hadattah [as if two places].

2676. chatsowth {khaw-tsoth'}; from 2673; the middle (of the night):


2677. chetsiy {khay-tsee'}; from 2673; the half or middle: --half, middle,

mid[-night], midst, part, two parts.

2678. chitstsiy {khits-tsee'}; or chetsiy {chay-tsee'}; prolongation from

267l; an arrow: --arrow.

2679. Chatsiy ham-M@nuchowth {chat-tsee' ham-men-oo-khoth'}; from 2677 and

the plural of 4496, with the article interposed; midst of the resting-

places; Chatsi-ham-Menuchoth, an Israelite: --half of the Manahethites.

2680. Chatsiy ham-M@nachti {khat-see' ham-men-akh-tee'}; patronymically

from 2679; a Chatsi-ham-Menachtite or descendant of Chatsi-ham-Menuchoth:

--half of the Manahethites.

2681. chatsiyr {khaw-tseer'}; a collateral form of 2691; a court or abode:


2682. chatsiyr {khaw-tseer'}; perhaps originally the same as 2681, from the

greenness of a courtyard; grass; also a leek (collectively): --grass, hay,

herb, leek.

2683. chetsen {khay'-tsen}; from an unused root meaning to hold firmly; the

bosom (as comprised between the arms): --bosom.

2684. chotsen {kho'tsen}; a collateral form of 2683, and meaning the same:

--arm, lap.

2685. chatsaph (Aramaic) {khats-af'}; a primitive root; properly, to shear

or cut close; figuratively, to be severe: --hasty, be urgent.

2686. chatsats {khaw-tsats'}; a primitive root [compare 2673]; properly, to

chop into, pierce or sever; hence, to curtail, to distribute (into ranks);

as denom. from 2671, to shoot an arrow: --archer, X bands, cut off in the


2687. chatsats {khaw-tsawts'}; from 2687; properly, something cutting;

hence, gravel (as grit); also (like 2671) an arrow: --arrow, gravel


2688. Chats@tsown Tamar {khats-ets-one' taw-mawr'}; or Chatsatson Tamar

{khats-ats-one' taw-mawr'}; from 2686 and 8558; division[i.e. perhaps row]

of (the) palm-tree; Chatsetson-tamar, a place in Palestine: --Hazezon-


2689. chatsots@rah {khats-o-tser-aw'}; by reduplication from 2690; a

trumpet (from its sundered or quavering note): --trumpet(-er).

2690. chatsar {khaw-tsar'}; a primitive root; properly, to surround with a

stockade, and thus separate from the open country; but used only in the

reduplicated form chatsotser {khast-o-tsare'}; or (2 Chronicles 5:12)

chatsorer {khats-o-rare'}; asdem. from 2689; to trumpet, i.e. blow on that

instrument: --blow, sound, trumpeter.

2691. chatser {khaw-tsare'} (masculine and feminine); from 2690 in its

original sense; a yard (as inclosed by a fence); also a hamlet (as

similarly surrounded with walls): --court, tower, village.

2692. Chatsar Addar {khats-ar' addawr'}; from 2691 and 146; (the) village

of Addar; Chatsar-Addar, a place in Palestine: --Hazar-addar.

2693. Chatsar Gaddah {khats-ar'gad-daw'}; from 2691 and a feminine of 1408;

(the) village of (female) Fortune; Chatsar-Gaddah, a place in Palestine:


2694. Chatsar hat-Tiykown {khats-ar' hat-tee-kone'}; from 2691 and 8484

with the article interposed; village of the middle; Chatsar-hat-Tikon, a

place in Palestine: --Hazar-hatticon.

2695. Chetsrow {khets-ro'}; by an orthographical variation for 2696;

enclosure; Chetsro, an Israelite: --Hezro, Hezrai.

2696. Chetsrown {khets-rone'}; from 269l; court-yard; Chetsron, the name of

a place in Palestine; also of two Israelites: --Hezron.

2697. Chetsrowniy {khets-ro-nee'}; patronymically from 2696; a Chetsronite

or (collectively) descendants of Chetsron: --Hezronites.

2698. Chatserowth {khats-ay-roth'}; feminine plural of 2691; yards;

Chatseroth, a place in Palestine: --Hazeroth.

2699. Chatseriym {khats-ay-reem'}; plural masculine of 2691; yards;

Chatserim, a place in Palestine: --Hazerim.

2700. Chatsarmaveth {khats-ar-maw'-veth}; from 2691 and 4194; village of

death; Chatsarmaveth, a place in Arabia: --Hazarmaveth.

2701. Chatsar Cuwcah {khats-ar'soo-saw'}; from 2691 and 5484; village of

cavalry; Chatsar-Susah, a place in Palestine: --Hazar-susah.

2702. Chatsar Cuwciym {khats-ar' soo-seem'}; from 2691 and the plural of

5483; village of horses; Chatsar-Susim, a place in Palestine: --Hazar-


2703. Chatsar <Eynown {khats-ar' ay-none'}; from 2691 and a derivative of

5869; village of springs; Chatsar-Enon, a place in Palestine: --Hazar-


2704. Chatsar <Eynan {khats-ar' ay-nawn'}; from 2691 and the same as 5881;

village of springs; Chatsar-Enan, a place in Palestine: --Hazar-enan.

2705. Chatsar Shuw<al {khats-ar' shoo-awl'}; from 2691 and 7776; village of

(the) fox; Chatsar-Shual, a place in Palestine: --Hazar-shual.

2706. choq {khoke}; from 2710; an enactment; hence, an appointment (of

time, space, quantity, labor or usage): --appointed, bound, commandment,

convenient, custom, decree(-d), due, law, measure, X necessary, ordinance(-

nary), portion, set time, statute, task.

2707. chaqah {khaw-kaw'}; a primitive root; to carve; by implication, to

delineate; also to entrench: --carved work, portrayed, set a print.

2708. chuqqah {khook-kaw'}; feminine of 2706, and meaning substantially the

same: --appointed, custom, manner, ordinance, site, statute.

2709. Chaquwpha> {khah-oo-faw'}; from an unused root probably meaning to

bend; crooked; Chakupha, one of the Nethinim: --Hakupha.

2710. chaqaq {khaw-kak'}; a primitive root; properly, to hack, i.e. engrave

(Judges 5:14, to be a scribe simply); by implication, to enact (laws being

cut in stone or metal tablets in primitive times) or (gen.) prescribe:

--appoint, decree, governor, grave, lawgiver, note, pourtray, print, set.

2711. cheqeq {khay'-kek}; from 2710; an enactment, a resolution: --decree,


2712. Chuqqog {Khook-koke'}; or (fully) Chuwqoq {khoo-koke'}; from 2710;

appointed; Chukkok or Chukok, a place in Palestine: --Hukkok, Hukok.

2713. chaqar {khaw-kar'}; a primitive root; properly, to penetrate; hence,

to examine intimately: --find out, (make) search (out), seek (out), sound,


2714. cheqer {khay'-ker}; from 2713; examination, enumeration,

deliberation: --finding out, number, [un-]search(-able, --ed, out, --ing).

2715. chor {khore}; or (fully) chowr {khore}; from 2787; properly, white or

pure (from the cleansing or shining power of fire [compare 2751]; hence

(figuratively) noble (in rank): --noble.

2716. chere> {kheh'-reh}; from an unused (and vulgar) root probably meaning

to evacuate the bowels: excrement; --dung. Also chariy (khar-ee').

2717. charab {khaw-rab'}; or chareb {khaw-rabe'}; a primitive root; to

parch (through drought) i.e. (by analogy,) to desolate, destroy, kill:

--decay, (be) desolate, destroy(-er), (be) dry (up), slay, X surely, (lay,

lie, make) waste.

2718. charab (Aramaic) {khar-ab'}; a root corresponding to 2717; to

demolish: --destroy.

2719. chereb {kheh'-reb}; from 2717; drought; also a cutting instrument

(from its destructive effect), as a knife, sword, or other sharp implement:

--axe, dagger, knife, mattock, sword, tool.

2720. chareb {khaw-rabe'}; from 2717; parched or ruined: --desolate, dry,


2721. choreb {kho'-reb}; a collaterally form of 2719; drought or

desolation: --desolation, drought, dry, heat, X utterly, waste.

2722. Choreb {kho-rabe'}; from 2717; desolate; Choreb, a (generic) name for

the Sinaitic mountains: --Horeb.

2723. chorbah {khor-baw'}; feminine of 2721; properly, drought, i.e. (by

implication) a desolation: --decayed place, desolate (place, --tion),

destruction, (laid) waste (place).

2724. charabah {khaw-raw-baw'}; feminine of 2720; a desert: --dry (ground,


2725. charabown {khar-aw-bone'}; from 2717; parching heat: --drought.

2726. Charbowna> {khar-bo-naw'}; or Charbownah {khar-bo-naw'}; of Persian

origin; Charbona or Charbonah, a eunuch of Xerxes: --Harbona, Harbonah.

2727. charag {khaw-rag'}; a primitive root; properly, to leap suddenly,

i.e. (by implication) to be dismayed: --be afraid.

2728. chargol {khar-gole'}; from 2727; the leaping insect, i.e. a locust:


2729. charad {khaw-rad'}; a primitive root; to shudder with terror; hence,

to fear; also to hasten (with anxiety): --be (make) afraid, be careful,

discomfit, fray (away), quake, tremble.

2730. chared {khaw-rade'}; from 2729; fearful; also reverential: --afraid,


2731. charadah {khar-aw-daw'}; feminine of 2730; fear, anxiety: --care, X

exceedingly, fear, quaking, trembling.

2732. Charadah {khar-aw-daw'}; the same as 2731; Charadah, a place in the

Desert: --Haradah.

2733. Charodiy {khar-o-dee'}; patrial from a derivative of 2729 [compare

5878]; a Charodite, or inhabitant of Charod: --Harodite.

2734. charah {khaw-raw'}; a primitive root [compare 2787]; to glow or grow

warm; figuratively (usually) to blaze up, of anger, zeal, jealousy: --be

angry, burn, be displeased, X earnestly, fret self, grieve, be (wax) hot,

be incensed, kindle, X very, be wroth. See 8474.

2735. Chor hag-Gidgad {khore hag-ghid-gawd'}; from 2356 and a collateral

(masculine) form of 1412, with the article interposed; hole of the cleft:

Chor-hag-Gidgad, a place in the Desert: --Hor-hagidgad.

2736. Charhayah {khar-hah-yaw'}; ; from 2734 and 3050; fearing Jah;

Charhajah, an Israelite: --Harhaiah.

2737. charuwz {khaw-rooz'}; from an unused root meaning to perforate;

properly, pierced, i.e. a bead of pearl, gems or jewels (as strung):


2738. charuwl {khaw-rool'}; or (shortened) charul {khaw-rool'}; apparently,

a passive participle of an unused root probably meaning to be prickly;

properly, pointed, i.e. a bramble or other thorny weed: --nettle.

2739. charuwmaph {khar-oo-maf'}; from passive participle of 2763 and 639;

snub-nosed; Charumaph, an Israelite: --Harumaph.

2740. charown {khaw-rone'}; or (shortened) charon {khaw-rone'}; from 2734;

a burning of anger: --sore displeasure, fierce(-ness), fury, (fierce)


2741. Charuwphiy {khar-oo-fee'}; a patrial from (probably) a collateral

form of 2756; a Charuphite or inhabitant of Charuph (or Chariph):


2742. charuwts {khaw-roots'}; or charuts {khaw-roots'}; passive participle

of 2782; properly, incised or (active) incisive; hence (as noun masculine

or feminine) a trench (as dug), gold (as mined), a threshing-sledge (having

sharp teeth); (figuratively) determination; also eager: --decision,

diligent, (fine) gold, pointed things, sharp, threshing instrument,wall.

2743. Charuwts {khaw-roots'}; the same as 2742; earnest; Charuts, an

Israelite: --Haruz.

2744. Charchuwr {khar-khoor'}; a fuller form of 2746; inflammation;

Charchur, one of the Nethinim: --Harhur.

2745. Charchac {khar-khas'}; from the same as 2775; perhaps shining;

Charchas, an Israelite: --Harhas.

2746. charchur {khar-khoor'}; from 2787; fever (as hot); --extreme burning.

2747. cheret {kheh'-ret}; from a primitive root meaning to engrave; a

chisel or graver; also a style for writing: --graving tool, pen.

2748. chartom {khar-tome'}; from the same as 2747; a horoscopist (as

drawing magical lines or circles): --magician.

2749. chartom (Aramaic) {khar-tome'}; the same as 2748: --magician.

2750. choriy {khor-ee'}; from 2734; a burning(i.e. intense) anger:

--fierce, X great, heat.

2751. choriy {kho-ree'}; from the same as 2353; white bread: --white.

2752. Choriy {kho-ree'}; from 2356; cave-dweller or troglodyte; a Chorite

or aboriginal Idumaean: --Horims, Horites.

2753. Choriy {kho-ree'}; or Chowriy {kho-ree'}; the same as 2752; Chori,

the name of two men: --Hori.

2754. chariyt {khaw-reet'}; or charit {khaw-reet'}; from the same as 2747;

properly, cut out (or hollow), i.e. (by implication) a pocket: --bag,

crisping pin.

2755. charey-yowniym {khar-ay'-yo-neem'}; from the plural of 2716 and the

plural of 3123; excrements of doves {or perhaps rather the plural of a

single word chara>yown {khar-aw-yone'}; of similar or uncertain derivation,

probably a kind of vegetable: --doves' dung.

2756. Chariyph {khaw-reef'}; from 2778; autumnal; Chariph, the name of two

Israelites: --Hariph.

2757. chariyts {khaw-reets'}; or charits {khaw-reets'}; from 2782;

properly, incisure or (passively) incised [compare 2742]; hence, a

threshing-sledge (with sharp teeth): also a slice (as cut): --+ cheese,


2758. chariysh {khaw-reesh'}; from 2790; ploughing or its season: --earing

(time), ground.

2759. chariyshiy {khar-ee-shee'}; from 2790 in the sense of silence; quiet,

i.e. sultry (as feminine noun, the sirocco or hot east wind): --vehement.

2760. charak {khaw-rak'}; a primitive root; to braid(i.e. to entangle or

snare) or catch (game) in a net: --roast.

2761. charak (Aramaic) {khar-ak'}; a root probably allied to the equivalent

of 2787; to scorch: --singe.

2762. cherek {kheh'-rek}; from 2760; properly, a net, i.e. (by analogy)

lattice: --lattice.

2763. charam {khaw-ram'}; a primitive root; to seclude; specifically (by a

ban) to devote to religious uses (especially destruction); physical and

reflexive, to be blunt as to the nose: --make accursed, consecrate,

(utterly) destroy, devote, forfeit, have a flat nose, utterly (slay, make


2764. cherem {khay'-rem}; or (Zecheriah 14:11) cherem {kheh'-rem}; from

2763; physical (as shutting in) a net (either literally or figuratively);

usually a doomed object; abstr. extermination: --(ac-)curse(-d, -d thing),

dedicated thing, things which should have been utterly destroyed,

(appointed to) utter destruction, devoted (thing), net.

2765. Chorem {khor-ame'}; from 2763; devoted; Chorem, a place in Palestine:


2766. Charim {khaw-reem'}; from 2763; snub-nosed; Charim, an Israelite:


2767. Chormah {khor-maw'}; from 2763; devoted; Chormah, a place in

Palestine: --Hormah.

2768. Chermown {kher-mone'}; from 2763; abrupt; Chermon, a mount of

Palestine: --Hermon.

2769. Chermowniym {kher-mo-neem'}; plural of 2768; Hermons, i.e. its peaks:

--the Hermonites.

2770. chermesh {kher-mashe'}; from 2763; a sickle (as cutting): --sickle.

2771. Charan {kaw-rawn'}; from 2787; parched; Charan, the name of a man and

also of a place: --Haran.

2772. Choroniy {kho-ro-nee'}; patrial from 2773; a Choronite or inhabitant

of Choronaim: --Horonite.

2773. Choronayim {kho-ro-nah'-yim}; dual of a derivative from 2356; double

cave-town; Choronajim, a place in Moab: --Horonaim.

2774. Charnepher {khar-neh'fer}; of uncertain derivation; Charnepher, an

Israelite: --Harnepher.

2775. cherec {kheh'-res}; or (with a directive enclitic) charcah (khar'-

saw}; from an unused root meaning to scrape; the itch; also [perhaps from

the mediating idea of 2777] the sun: --itch, sun.

2776. Cherec {kheh'-res}; the same as 2775; shining; Cheres, a mountain in

Palestine: --Heres.

2777. charcuwth {khar-sooth'}; from 2775 (apparently in the sense of a red

tile used for scraping); a potsherd, i.e. (by implication) a pottery; the

name of a gate at Jerusalem: --east.

2778. charaph. {khaw-raf'}; a primitive root; to pull off, i.e. (by

implication) to expose (as by stripping); specifically, to betroth (as if a

surrender); figuratively, to carp at, i.e. defame; denominative (from 2779)

to spend the winter: --betroth, blaspheme, defy, jeopard, rail, reproach,


2779. choreph {kho'-ref}; from 2778; properly, the crop gathered, i.e. (by

implication) the autumn (and winter) season; figuratively, ripeness of age:

--cold, winter [-house], youth.

2780. Chareph {khaw-rafe'}; from 2778; reproachful; Chareph, an Israelite:


2781. cherpah {kher-paw'}; from 2778; contumely, disgrace, the pudenda:

--rebuke, reproach(-fully), shame.

2782. charats {khaw-rats'}; a primitive root; properly, to point sharply,

i.e. (literally) to wound; figuratively, to be alert, to decide: --bestir

self, decide, decree, determine, maim, move.

2783. charats (Aramaic) {khar-ats'}; from a root corresponding to 2782 in

the sense of vigor; the loin (as the seat of strength): --loin.

2784. chartsubbah {khar-tsoob-baw'}; of uncertain derivation; a fetter;

figuratively, a pain: --band.

2785. chartsan {kchar-tsan'}; from 2782; a sour grape (as sharp in taste):


2786. charaq {khaw-rak'}; a primitive root; to grate the teeth: --gnash.

2787. charar {khaw-rar'}; a primitive root; to glow, i.e. literally (to

melt, burn, dry up) or figuratively (to show or incite passion: --be angry,

burn, dry, kindle.

2788. charer {khaw-rare'}; from 2787; arid: --parched place.

2789. cheres {kheh'-res}; a collateral form mediating between 2775 and

2791; a piece of pottery: --earth(-en), (pot-)sherd, + stone.

2790. charash {khaw-rash'}; a primitive root; to scratch, i.e. (by

implication) to engrave, plough; hence (from the use of tools) to fabricate

(of any material); figuratively, to devise (in a bad sense); hence (from

the idea of secrecy) to be silent, to let alone; hence (by implication) to

be deaf (as an accompaniment of dumbness): --X altogether, cease, conceal,

be deaf, devise, ear, graven, imagine, leave off speaking, hold peace,

plow(-er, man), be quiet, rest, practise secretly, keep silence, be silent,

speak not a word, be still, hold tongue, worker.

2791. cheresh {kheh'-resh}; from 2790; magical craft; also silence:

--cunning, secretly.

2792. Cheresh {kheh'-resh}; the same as 2791: -Cheresh, a Levite: --Heresh.

2793. choresh {kho'-resh}; from 2790; a forest (perhaps as furnishing the

material for fabric): --bough, forest, shroud, wood.

2794. choresh {kho-rashe'}; active participle of 2790; a fabricator or

mechanic: --artificer.

2795. cheresh {khay-rashe'}; from 2790; deaf (whether literally or spir.):


2796. charash {khaw-rawsh'}; from 2790; a fabricator or any material:

--artificer, (+) carpenter, craftsman, engraver, maker, + mason, skilful,

(+) smith, worker, workman, such as wrought.

2797. Charsha> {khar-shaw'}; from 2792; magician; Charsha, one of the

Nethinim: --Harsha.

2798. Charashiym {khar-aw-sheem'}; plural of 2796; mechanics, the name of a

valley in Jerusalem: --Charashim, craftsmen.

2799. charosheth {khar-o'-sheth}; from 2790; mechanical work: --carving,


2800. Charosheth {khar-o'-sheth}; the same as 2799; Charosheth, a place in

Palestine: --Harosheth.

2801. charath {khaw-rath'}; a primitive root; to engrave: --graven.

2802. Chereth {kheh'-reth}; from 2801 (but equivalent to 2793); forest;

Chereth, a thicket in Palestine: --Hereth.

2803. chashab {khaw-shab'}; a primitive root; properly, to plait or

interpenetrate, i.e. (literally) to weave or (gen.) to fabricate;

figuratively, to plot or contrive (usually in a malicious sense); hence

(from the mental effort) to think, regard, value, compute: --(make) account

(of), conceive, consider, count, cunning (man, work, workman), devise,

esteem, find out, forecast, hold, imagine, impute, invent, be like, mean,

purpose, reckon(-ing be made), regard, think.

2804. chashab (Aramaic) {khash-ab'}; corresponding to 2803; to regard:


2805. chesheb {khay'-sheb}; from 2803; a belt or strap (as being

interlaced): --curious girdle.

2806. Chashbaddanah {khash-bad-daw'-naw}; from 2803 and 1777; considerate

judge; Chasbaddanah, an Israelite: --Hasbadana.

2807. Chashubah {khash-oo-baw'}; from 2803; estimation; Cashubah, an

Israelite: --Hashubah.

2808. cheshbown {khesh-bone'}; from 2803; properly, contrivance; by

implication, intelligence: --account, device, reason.

2809. Cheshbown {khesh-bone'}; the same as 2808; Cheshbon, a place East of

the Jordan: --Heshbon.

2810. chishshabown {khish-shaw-bone'}; from 2803; a contrivance, i.e.

actual (a warlike machine) or mental (a machination): --engine, invention.

2811. Chashabyah {khash-ab-yaw'}; or Chashabyahuw {khash-ab-yaw'-hoo}; from

2803 and 3050; Jah has regarded; Chashabjah, the name of nine Israelites:


2812. Chashabnah {khash-ab-naw'}; feminine of 2808; inventiveness;

Chashnah, an Israelite: --Hashabnah.

2813. Chashabn@yah {khash-ab-neh-yaw'}; from 2808 and 3050; thought of Jah;

Chashabnejah, the name of two Israelites: --Hashabniah.

2814. chashah {khaw-shaw'}; a primitive root; to hush or keep quiet: --hold

peace, keep silence, be silent, (be) still.

2815. Chashshuwb {khash-shoob'}; from 2803; intelligent; Chashshub, the

name of two or three Israelites: --Hashub, Hasshub.

2816. chashowk (Aramaic) {khash-oke'}; from a root corresponding to 2821;

the dark: --darkness.

2817. Chasuwpha> {khas-oo-faw'}; or Chasupha> {khas-oo-faw'}; from 2834;

nakedness; Chasupha, one of the Nethinim: --Hashupha, Hasupha.

2818. chashach (Aramaic) {khash-akh'}; a collateral root to one

corresponding to 2363 in the sense of readiness; to be necessary (from the

idea of convenience) or (transitively) to need: --careful, have need of.

2819. chashchuwth {khash-khooth'}; from a root corresponding to 2818;

necessity: --be needful.

2820. chasak {khaw-sak'}; a primitive root; to restrain or (reflex.)

refrain; by implication, to refuse, spare, preserve; also (by interch. with

2821) to observe: --assuage, X darken, forbear, hinder, hold back, keep

(back), punish, refrain, reserve, spare, withhold.

2821. chashak {khaw-shak'}; a primitive root; to be dark (as withholding

light); transitively, to darken: --be black, be (make) dark, darken, cause

darkness, be dim, hide.

2822. choshek {kho-shek'}; from 2821; the dark; hence (literally) darkness;

figuratively, misery, destruction, death, ignorance, sorrow, wickedness:

--dark(-ness), night, obscurity.

2823. chashok {khaw-shoke'}; from 2821; dark (figuratively, i.e. obscure):


2824. cheshkah {khesh-kaw'}; from 2821; darkness: --dark.

2825. chashekah {khash-ay-kaw'}; or chashekah {khash-ay-kaw'}; from 2821;

darkness; figuratively, misery: --darkness.

2826. chashal {khaw-shal'}; a primitive root; to make (intrans. be)

unsteady, i.e. weak: --feeble.

2827. chashal (Aramaic) {khash-al'}; a root corresponding to 2826; to

weaken, i.e. crush: --subdue.

2828. Chashum {khaw-shoom'}; from the same as 2831; enriched; Chashum, the

name of two or three Israelites: --Hashum.

2829. Cheshmown {klesh-mone'}; the same as 2831; opulent; Cheshmon, a place

in Palestine: --Heshmon.

2830. chashmal {khash-mal'}; of uncertain derivation; probably bronze or

polished spectrum metal: --amber.

2831. chashman {khash-man'}; from an unused root (probably meaning firm or

capacious in resources); apparently wealthy: --princes.

2832. Chashmonah {khash-mo-naw'}; feminine of 2831; fertile; Chasmonah, a

place in the Desert: --Hashmonah.

2833. choshen {kho'-shen}; from an unused root probably meaning to contain

or sparkle; perhaps a pocket (as holding the Urim and Thummim), or rich (as

containing gems), used only of the gorget of the highpriest: --breastplate.

2834. chasaph {khaw-saf'}; a primitive root; to strip off, i.e. generally

to make naked (for exertion or in disgrace), to drain away or bail up (a

liquid): --make bare, clean, discover, draw out, take, uncover.

2835. chasiph {khaw-seef'}; from 2834; properly, drawn off, i.e. separated;

hence, a small company (as divided from the rest): --little flock.

2836. chashaq {khaw-shak'}; a primitive root; to cling, i.e. join,

(figuratively) to love, delight in; elliptically (or by interchangeable for

2820) to deliver: --have a delight, (have a ) desire, fillet, long, set

(in) love.

2837. chesheq {khay'-shek}; from 2836; delight: --desire, pleasure.

2838. chashuq {khaw-shook'}; or chashuwq {khaw-shook'}; past participle of

2836; attached, i.e. a fence-rail or rod connecting the posts or pillars:


2839. chishshuq {khish-shook'}; from 2836; conjoined, i.e. a wheel-spoke or

rod connecting the hub with the rim: --felloe.

2840. chishshur {khish-shoor'}; from an unused root meaning to bind

together; combined, i.e. the nave or hub of a wheel (as holding the spokes

together): --spoke.

2841. chashrah {khash-raw'}; from the same as 2840; properly, a combination

or gathering, i.e. of watery clouds: --dark.

2842. chashash {khaw-shash'}; by variation for 7179; dry grass: --chaff.

2843. Chushathiy {khoo-shaw-thee'}; patronymically from 2364; a Chushathite

or descendant of Chushah: --Hushathite.

2844. chath {khath}; from 2865; concretely, crushed; also afraid;

abstractly, terror: --broken, dismayed, dread, fear.

2845. Cheth {khayth}; from 2865; terror; Cheth, an aboriginal Canaanite:


2846. chathah {khaw-thaw'}; a primitive root; to lay hold of; especially to

pick up fire: --heap, take (away).

2847. chittah {khit-taw'}; from 2865; fear: --terror.

2848. chittuwl {khit-tool'}; from 2853; swathed, i.e. a bandage: --roller.

2849. chathchath {khath-khath'}; from 2844; terror: --fear.

2850. Chittiy {khit-tee'}; patronymically from 2845; a Chittite, or

descendant of Cheth: --Hittite, Hittities.

2851. chittiyth {khit-teeth'}; from 2865; fear: --terror.

2852. chathak {khaw-thak'}; a primitive root; properly, to cut off, i.e.

(figuratively) to decree: --determine.

2853. chathal {khaw-thal'}; a primitive root; to swathe: --X at all,


2854. chathullah {khath-ool-law'}; from 2853; a swathing cloth

(figuratively): --swaddling band.

2855. Chethlon {kheth-lone'}; from 2853; enswathed; Chethlon, a place in

Palestine: --Hethlon.

2856. chatham {khaw-tham'}; a primitive root; to close up; especially to

seal: --make an end, mark, seal (up), stop.

2857. chatham (Aramaic) {khath-am'}; a root corresponding to 2856; to seal:


2858. chothemeth {kho-the-meth}; feminine active participle of 2856; a

seal: --signet.

2859. chathan {khaw-than'}; a primitive root; to give (a daughter) away in

marriage; hence (generally) to contract affinity by marriage: --join in

affinity, father in law, make marriages, mother in law, son in law.

2860. chathan {khaw-thawn'}; from 2859; a relative by marriage (especially

through the bride); figuratively, a circumcised child (as a species of

religious espousal): --bridegroom, husband, son in law.

2861. chathunnah {khath-oon-naw'}; from 2859; a wedding: --espousal.

2862. chathaph {khaw-thaf'}; a primitive root; to clutch: --take away.

2863. chetheph {kheh'-thef}; from 2862; properly, rapine; figuratively,

robbery: --prey.

2864. chathar {khaw-thar'}; a primitive root; to force a passage, as by

burglary; figuratively, with oars: --dig (through), row.

2865. chathath {khaw-thath'}; a primitive root; properly, to prostrate;

hence, to break down, either (literally) by violence, or (figuratively) by

confusion and fear: --abolish, affright, be (make) afraid, amaze, beat

down, discourage, (cause to) dismay, go down, scare, terrify.

2866. chathath {khath-ath'}; from 2865; dismay: --casting down.

2867. Chathath {khath-ath'}; the same as 2866; Chathath, an Israelite:


2868. t@>eb (Aramaic) {teh-abe'}; a primitive root; to rejoice: --be glad.

2869. tab (Aramaic), {tawb}; from 2868; the same as 2896; good: --fine,


2870. tab@>el {taw-beh-ale'}; from 2895 and 410; pleasing (to) God; Tabeel,

the name of a Syrian and of a Persian: --Tabeal, Tabeel.

2871. tabuwl {taw-bool'}; passive participle of 2881; properly, dyed, i.e.

a turban (probably as of colored stuff): --dyed attire.

2872. tabbuwr {tab-boor'}; from an unused root meaning to pile up;

properly, accumulated; i.e. (by implication) a summit: --middle, midst.

2873. tabach {taw-bakh'}; a primitive root; to slaughter (animals or men):

--kill, (make) slaughter, slay.

2874. tebach {teh'-bakh}; from 2873; properly, something slaughtered;

hence, a beast (or meat, as butchered); abstr. butchery (or concretely, a

place of slaughter): --X beast, slaughter, X slay, X sore.

2875. Tebach {teh'-bakh}; the same as 2874; massacre; Tebach, the name of a

Mesopotamian and of an Israelite: --Tebah.

2876. tabbach {tab-bawkh'}; from 2873; properly, a butcher; hence, a

lifeguardsman (because he was acting as an executioner); also a cook

(usually slaughtering the animal for food): --cook, guard.

2877. tabbach (Aramaic) {tab-bawkh'}; the same as 2876; a lifeguardsman:


2878. tibehah {tib-khaw'}; feminine of 2874 and meaning the same: --flesh,


2879. tabbachah {tab-baw-khaw'}; feminine of 2876; a female cook: --cook.

2880. Tibchath {tib-khath'}; from 2878; slaughter; Tibchath, a place in

Syria: --Tibhath.

2881. tabal {taw-bal'}; a primitive root; to dip, to immerse: --dip,


2882. T@balyahuw {teb-al-yaw'-hoo}; from 2881 and 3050; Jah has dipped;

Tebaljah, an Israelite: --Tebaliah.

2883. taba< {taw-bah'}; a primitive root; to sink: --drown, fasten, settle,


2884. Tabba<owth {tab-baw-othe'}; plural of 2885; rings; Tabbaoth, one of

the Nethinim: --Tabaoth.

2885. tabba<ath {tab-bah'-ath}; from 2883; properly, a seal (as sunk into

the wax), i.e. signet (for sealing); hence (generally) a ring of any kind:


2886. Tabrimmown {tab-rim-mone'}; from 2895 and 74l7; pleasing (to) Rimmon;

Tabrimmon, a Syrian: --Tabrimmon.

2887. Tebeth {tay'-beth}; probably of foreign derivation; Tebeth, the tenth

Heb. month: --Tebeth.

2888. Tabbath {tab-bath'}; of uncertain derivation; Tabbath, a place East

of the Jordan: --Tabbath.

2889. tahowr {taw-hore'}; or tahor {taw-hore'}; from 2891; pure (in a

physical, chemical, ceremonial or moral sense): --clean, fair, pure(-ness).

2890. t@howr {teh-hore'}; from 289l; purity: --pureness.

2891. taher {taw-hare'}; a primitive root; properly, to be bright; i.e. (by

implication) to be pure (physical sound, clear, unadulterated; Levitically,

uncontaminated; morally, innocent or holy): --be (make, make self,

pronounce) clean, cleanse (self), purge, purify(-ier, self).

2892. tohar {to'-har}; from 289l; literally brightness; ceremonially

purification: --clearness, glory, purifying.

2893. tohorah {toh-or-aw'}; feminine of 2892; ceremonial purification;

moral purity: --X is cleansed, cleansing, purification(-fying).

2894. tuw> {too}; a primitive root; to sweep away: --sweep.

2895. towb {tobe}; a primitive root, to be (transitively, do or make) good

(or well) in the widest sense: --be (do) better, cheer, be (do, seem) good,

(make) goodly, X please, (be, do, go, play) well.

2896. towb {tobe}; from 2895; good (as an adjective) in the widest sense;

used likewise as a noun, both in the masculine and the feminine, the

singular and the plural (good, a good or good thing, a good man or woman;

the good, goods or good things, good men or women), also as an adverb

(well): --beautiful, best, better, bountiful, cheerful, at ease, X fair

(word), (be in) favour, fine, glad, good (deed, -lier, -liest, -ly, -ness,

-s), graciously, joyful, kindly, kindness, liketh (best), loving, merry, X

most, pleasant, + pleaseth, pleasure, precious, prosperity, ready, sweet,

wealth, welfare, (be) well ([-favoured]).

2897. Towb {tobe}; the same as 2896; good; Tob, a region apparently East of

the Jordan: --Tob.

2898. tuwb {toob}; from 2895; good (as a noun), in the widest sense,

especially goodness (superlative concretely, the best), beauty, gladness,

welfare: --fair, gladness, good(-ness, thing, --s), joy, go well with.

2899. Towb Adoniyahuw {tobe ado-nee-yah'-hoo}; from 2896 and 138; pleasing

(to) Adonijah; Tob-Adonijah, an Israelite: --Tob-adonijah.

2900. Towbiyah {to-bee-yaw'}; or Towbiyahuw {to-bee-yaw'-hoo}; from 2896

and 3050; goodness of Jehovah; Tobijah, the name of three Israelites and of

one Samaritan: --Tobiah, Tobijah.

2901. tavah {taw-vaw'}; a primitive root; to spin: --spin.

2902. tuwach {too'-akh}; a primitive root; to smear, especially with lime:

--daub, overlay, plaister, smut.

2903. towphaphah {to-faw-faw'}; from an unusued root meaning to go around

or bind; a fillet for the forehead: --frontlet.

2904. tuwl {tool}; a primitive root; to pitch over or reel; hence

(transitively) to cast down or out: --carry away, (utterly) cast (down,

forth, out), send out.

2905. tuwr {toor}; from an unused root meaning to range in a regular

manner; a row; hence, a wall: --row.

2906. tuwr (Aramaic) {toor}; corresponding to 6697; a rock or hill:


2907. tuws {toos}; a primitive root; to pounce as a bird of prey: --haste.

2908. t@vath (Aramaic) {tev-awth'}; from a root corresponding to 2901;

hunger (as twisting): --fasting.

2909. tachah {taw-khaw'}; a primitive root; to stretch a bow, as an archer:


2910. tuwchah {too-khaw'}; from 2909 (or 2902) in the sense of overlaying;

(in the plural only) the kidneys (as being covered); hence (figuratively)

the inmost thought: --inward parts.

2911. t@chown {tekh-one'}; from 2912; a hand mill; hence, a millstone: --to


2912. tachan {taw-khan'}; a primitive root; to grind meal; hence, to be a

concubine (that being their employment): --grind(-er).

2913. tachanah {takh-an-aw'}; from 2912; a hand mill; hence (figuratively)

chewing: --grinding.

2914. t@chor {tekh-ore'}; from an unused root meaning to burn; a boil or

ulcer (from the inflammation), especially a tumor in the anus or pudenda

(the piles): --emerod.

2915. tiyach {tee'akh}; from (the equiv. of) 2902; mortar or plaster:


2916. tiyt {teet}; from an unused root meaning apparently to be sticky

[rath perb. a demon. from 2894, through the idea of dirt to be swept away];

mud or clay; figuratively, calamity: --clay, dirt, mire.

2917. tiyn (Aramaic) {teen}; perhaps, by interchange, for a word

corresponding to 2916; clay: --miry.

2918. tiyrah {tee-raw'}; feminine of (an equivalent to) 2905; a wall;

hence, a fortress or a hamlet: --(goodly) castle, habitation, palace, row.

2919. tal {tal}; from 2926; dew (as covering vegetation): --dew.

2920. tal (Aramaic) {tal}; the same as 2919: --dew.

2921. tala> {taw-law'}; a primitive root; properly, to cover with pieces;

i.e. (by implication) to spot or variegate (as tapestry): --clouted, with

divers colours, spotted.

2922. t@la> {tel-aw'}; apparently from 2921 in the (orig.) sense of

covering (for protection); a lamb [compare 2924]: --lamb.

2923. T@la>iym {tel-aw-eem'}; from the plural of 2922; lambs; Telaim, a

place in Palestine: --Telaim.

2924. taleh {taw-leh'}; by variation for 2922; a lamb: --lamb.

2925. taltelah {tal-tay-law'}; from 2904; overthrow or rejection:


2926. talal {taw-lal'}; a primitive root; properly, to strew over, i.e. (by

implication) to cover in or plate (with beams): --cover.

2927. t@lal (Aramaic) {tel-al'}; corresponding to 2926; to cover with

shade: --have a shadow.

2928. Telem {teh'-lem}; from an unused root meaning to break up or treat

violently; oppression; Telem, the name of a place in Idumaea, also of a

temple doorkeeper: --Telem.

2929. Talmown {tal-mone'}; from the same as 2728; oppressive; Talmon, a

temple doorkeeper: --Talmon.

2930. tame> {taw-may'}; a primitive root; to be foul, especially in a

ceremial or moral sense (contaminated): --defile (self), pollute (self), be

(make, make self, pronounce) unclean, X utterly.

2931. tame> {taw-may'}; from 2930; foul in a relig. sense: --defiled, +

infamous, polluted(-tion), unclean.

2932. tum>ah {toom-aw'}; from 2930; religious impurity: --filthiness,


2933. tamah {taw-maw'}; a collateral form of 2930; to be impure in a

religious sense: --be defiled, be reputed vile.

2934. taman {taw-man'}; a primitive root; to hide (by covering over):

--hide, lay privily, in secret.

2935. tene> {teh'-neh}; from an unused root probably meaning to weave; a

basket (of interlaced osiers): --basket.

2936. tanaph {taw-naf'}; a primitive root; to soil: --defile.

2937. ta<ah {taw-aw'}; a primitive root; to wander; ,causatively to lead

astray: --seduce.

2938. ta<am {taw-am'}; a primitive root; to taste; figuratively, to

perceive: --X but, perceive, taste.

2939. t@<am (Aramaic) {teh-am'}; corresponding to 2938; to taste;

causatively to feed: --make to eat, feed.

2940. ta<am {tah'-am}; from 2938; properly, a taste, i.e. (figuratively)

perception; by implication, intelligence; transitively, a mandate:

--advice, behaviour, decree, discretion, judgment, reason, taste,


2941. ta<am (Aramaic) {tah'-am}; from 2939; properly, a taste, i.e. (as in

2940) a judicial sentence: --account, X to be commanded, commandment,


2942. t@<em (Aramaic) {teh-ame'}; from 2939, and equivalent to 294l;

properly, flavor; figuratively, judgment (both subjective and objective);

hence, account (bothsubj. and obj.): --+ chancellor, + command,

commandment, decree, + regard, taste, wisdom.

2943. ta<an {taw-an'}; a primitive root; to load a beast: --lade.

2944. ta<an {taw-an'}; a primitive root; to stab: --thrust through.

2945. taph {taf}; from 2952 (perhaps referring to the tripping gait of

children); a family (mostly used collectively in the singular): --(little)

children (ones), families.

2946. taphach {taw-fakh'}; a primitive root; to flatten out or extend (as a

tent); figuratively, to nurse a child (as promotive of growth); or perhaps

a denom. from 2947, from dandling on the palms: --span, swaddle.

2947. tephach {tay'-fakh}; from 2946; a spread of the hand, i.e. a palm-

breadth (not "span" of the fingers); architecturally, a corbel (as a

supporting palm): --coping, hand-breadth.

2948. tophach {to'-fakh}; from 2946 (the same as 2947): --hand-breadth


2949. tippuch {tip-pookh'}; from 2946; nursing: --span long.

2950. taphal {taw-fal'}; a primitive root; properly, to stick on as a

patch; figuratively, to impute falsely: --forge(-r), sew up.

2951. tiphcar {tif-sar'}; of foreign derivation; a military governor:


2952. taphaph {taw-faf'}; a primitive root; apparently to trip (with short

steps) coquettishly: --mince.

2953. t@phar (Aramaic) {tef-ar'}; from a root corresponding to 6852, and

meaning the same as 6856; a finger-nail; also a hoof or claw: --nail.

2954. taphash {taw-fash'}; a primitive root; properly, apparently to be

thick; figuratively, to be stupid: --be fat.

2955. Taphath {taw-fath'}; probably from 5197; a dropping (of ointment);

Taphath, an Israelitess: --Taphath.

2956. tarad {taw-rad'}; a primitive root; to drive on; figuratively, to

follow close: --continual.

2957. t@rad (Aramaic) {ter-ad'}; corresponding to 2956; to expel: --drive.

2958. t@rowm {ter-ome'}; a variation of 2962; not yet: --before.

2959. tarach {taw-rakh'}; a primitive root; to overburden: --weary.

2960. torach {to'-rakh}; from 2959; a burden: --cumbrance, trouble.

2961. tariy {taw-ree'}; from an unused root apparently meaning to be moist;

properly, dripping; hence, fresh(i.e. recently made such): --new,


2962. terem {teh'-rem}; from an unused root apparently meaning to interrupt

or suspend; properly, non-occurrence; used adverbially, not yet or before:

--before, ere, not yet.

2963. taraph {taw-raf'}; a primitive root; to pluck off or pull to pieces;

causatively to supply with food (as in morsels): --catch, X without doubt,

feed, ravin, rend in pieces, X surely, tear (in pieces).

2964. tereph {teh'-ref}; from 2963; something torn, i.e. a fragment, e.g. a

fresh leaf, prey, food: --leaf, meat, prey, spoil.

2965. taraph {taw-rawf'}; from 2963; recently torn off, i.e. fresh:

--pluckt off.

2966. t@rephah {ter-ay-faw'}; feminine (collectively) of 2964; prey, i.e.

flocks devoured by animals: --ravin, (that which was) torn (of beasts, in


2967. Tarp@lay (Aramaic) {tar-pel-ah'-ee}; from a name of foreign

derivation; a Tarpelite (collectively) or inhabitants of Tarpel, a place in

Assyria: --Tarpelites.

2968. ya>ab {yaw-ab'}; a primitive root; to desire: --long.

2969. ya>ah {yaw-aw'}; a primitive root; to be suitable: --appertain.

2970. Ya>azanyah {yah-az-an-yaw'}; or Ya>azanyahuw {yah-az-an-yaw'-hoo};

from 238 and 3050; heard of Jah; Jaazanjah, the name of four Israelites:

--Jaazaniah. Compare 3153.

2971. Ya>iyr {yaw-ere'}; from 215; enlightener; Jair, the name of four

Israelites: --Jair.

2972. Ya>iriy {yaw-ee-ree'}; patronymically from 2971; a Jairite or

descendant of Jair: --Jairite.

2973. ya>al {yaw-al'}; a primitive root; properly, to be slack, i.e.

(figuratively) to be foolish: --dote, be (become, do) foolish(-ly).

2974. ya>al {yaw-al'}; a primitive root [probably rather the same as 2973

through the idea of mental weakness]; properly, to yield, especially

assent; hence (pos.) to undertake as an act of volition: --assay, begin, be

content, please, take upon, X willingly, would.

2975. y@<or {yeh-ore'}; of Egyptian origin; a channel, e.g. a fosse, canal,

shaft; specifically the Nile, as the one river of Egypt, including its

collateral trenches; also the Tigris, as the main river of Assyria:

--brook, flood, river, stream.

2976. ya>ash {yaw-ash'}; a primitive root; to desist, i.e. (figuratively)

to despond: --(cause to) despair, one that is desperate, be no hope.

2977. Yo>shiyah {yo-shee-yaw'}; or {yo-she-yaw'-hoo}; from the same root as

803 and 3050; founded of Jah; Joshijah, the name of two Israelites:


2978. y@>ithown {yeh-ee-thone'}; from 857; an entry: --entrance.

2979. y@>ath@ray {yeh-aw-ther-ah'ee}; from the same as 871; stepping;

Jeatherai, an Israelite: --Jeaterai.

2980. yabab {yaw-bab}; a primitive root; to bawl: --cry out.

2981. y@buwl {yeb-ool'}; from 2986; produce, i.e. a crop or (figuratively)

wealth: --fruit, increase.

2982. Y@buwc {yeb-oos'}; from 947; trodden, i.e. threshing-place; Jebus,

the aboriginal name of Jerusalem: --Jebus.

2983. Yebuwciy {yeb-oo-see'}; patrial from 2982; a Jebusite or inhabitant

of Jebus: --Jebusite(-s).

2984. Yibchar {yib-khar'}; from 977; choice; Jibchar, an Israelite:


2985. Yabiyn {yaw-bene'}; from 995; intelligent; Jabin, the name of two

Canaanitish kings: --Jabin.

2986. yabal {yaw-bal'}; a primitive root; properly, to flow; causatively,

to bring (especially with pomp): --bring (forth), carry, lead (forth).

2987. y@bal (Aramaic) {yeb-al'}; corresponding to 2986; to bring: --bring,


2988. yabal {yaw-bawl'}; from 2986; a stream: --[water-]course, stream.

2989. Yabal {yaw-bawl'}; the same as 2988; Jabal, an antediluvian: --Jabal.

2990. yabbel {yab-bale'}; from 2986; having running sores: --wen.

2991. Yibl@<am {yib-leh-awm'}; from 1104 and 5971; devouring people;

Jibleam, a place in Palestine: --Ibleam.

2992. yabam {yaw-bam'}; a primitive root of doubtful meaning; used only as

a denominative from 2993; to marry a (deceased) brother's widow: --perform

the duty of a husband's brother, marry.

2993. yabam {yaw-bawm'}; from (theorig. of) 2992; a brother-in-law:

--husband's brother.

2994. Y@bemeth {yeb-ay'-meth}; feminine participle of 2992; a

sister-in-law: --brother's wife, sister in law.

2995. Yabn@>el {yab-neh-ale'}; from 1129 and 410: built of God; Jabneel,

the name of two places in Palestine: --Jabneel.

2996. Yabneh {yab-neh'}; from 1129; a building; Jabneh, a place in

Palestine: --Jabneh.

2997. Yibn@yah {yib-neh-yaw'}; from 1129 and 3050; built of Jah; Jibnejah,

an Israelite: --Ibneiah.

2998. Yibniyah {yib-nee-yaw'}; from 1129 and 3050; building of Jah;

Jibnijah, an Israelite: --Ibnijah.

2999. Yabboq {yab-boke'}; probably from 1238; pouring forth; Jabbok, a

river East of the Jordan: --Jabbok.

3000. Y@berekyahuw {yeb-eh-rek-yaw'-hoo}; from 1288 and 3050: blessed of

Jah; Jeberekjah, an Israelite: --Jeberechiah.