4001. m@buwcah {meb-oo-saw'}; from 947; a trampling: --treading (trodden)

down (under foot).[ql

4002. mabbuwa< {mab-boo'-ah}; from 5042; a fountain: --fountain, spring.[ql

4003. m@buwqah {meb-oo-kah'}; from the same as 950; emptiness: --void.[ql

4004. mibchowr {mib-khore'}; from 977; select, i.e. well fortified:


4005. mibchar {mib-khawr'}; from 977; select, i.e. best: --choice(-st),


4006. Mibchar {mib-khawr'}; the same as 4005; Mibchar, an Israelite:


4007. mabbat {mab-bawt'}; or mebbat {meb-bawt'}; from 5027; something

expected, i.e. (abstractly) expectation: --expectation.[ql

4008. mibta< {mib-taw'}; from 981; a rash utterance (hasty vow): --(that

which ...) uttered (out of).[ql

4009. mibtach {mib-tawkh'}; from 982; properly, a refuge, i.e. (objective)

security, or (subjective) assurance: --confidence, hope, sure, trust.[ql

4010. mabliygiyth {mab-leeg-eeth'}; from 1082; desistance (or rather

desolation): --comfort self.[ql

4011. mibneh {mib-neh'}; from 1129; a building: --frame.[ql

4012. M@bunnay {meb-oon-hah'-ee}; from 1129; built up; Mebunnai, an

Israelite: --Mebunnai.[ql

4013. mibtsar {mib-tsawr'}; also (in plural) feminine (Dan. 11:l5)

mibtsarah {mib-tsaw-raw'}; from 1219; a fortification, castle, or fortified

city; figuratively, a defender: --(de-, most) fenced, fortress, (most)

strong (hold).[ql

4014. Mibtsar {mib-tsawr'}; the same as 4013; Mibtsar, an Idumaean:


4015. mibrach {mib-rawkh'}; from 1272; a refugee: --fugitive.[ql

4016. mabush {maw-boosh'}; from 954; (plural) the (male) pudenda:


4017. Mibsam {mib-sawm'}; from the same as 1314; fragrant; Mibsam, the name

of an Ishmaelite and of an Israelite: --Mibsam.[ql

4018. m@bashsh@lah {meb-ash-shel-aw'}; from 1310; a cooking hearth:


4019. Magbiysh {mag-beesh'}; from the same as 1378; stiffening; Magbish, an

Israelite, or a place in Palestine: --Magbish.[ql

4020. migbalah {mig-baw-law'}; from 1379; a border: --end.[ql

4021. migba<ah {mig-baw-aw'}; from the same as 1389; a cap (as

hemispherical): --bonnet.[ql

4022. meged {meh'-ghed}; from an unused root probably meaning to be

eminent; properly, a distinguished thing; hence something valuable, as a

product or fruit: --pleasant, precious fruit (thing).[ql

4023. M@giddown (Zech. 12:11) {meg-id-done'}; or M@giddow {meg-id-do'};

from 1413; rendezvous; Megiddon or Megiddo, a place in Palestine:

--Megiddo, Megiddon.[ql

4024. Migdowl {mig-dole'}; or Migdol {mig-dole'}; probably of Egyptian

origin; Migdol, a place in Egypt: --Migdol, tower.[ql

4025. Magdiy>el {mag-dee-ale'}; from 4022 and 410; preciousness of God;

Magdiel, an Idumaean: --Magdiel.[ql

4026. migdal {mig-dawl'}; also (in plural) feminine migdalah

{mig-daw-law'}; from 1431; a tower (from its size or height); by analogy, a

rostrum; figuratively, a (pyramidal) bed of flowers: --castle, flower,

tower. Compare the names following.[ql

4027. Migdal->El {mig-dal-ale'}; from 4026 and 410; tower of God;

Migdal-El, a place in Palestine: --Migdal-el.[ql

4028. Migdal-Gad {migdal-gawd'}; from 4026 and 1408; tower of Fortune;

Migdal-Gad, a place in Palestine: --Migdal-gad.[ql

4029. Migdal-<Eder {mig-dal'-ay'-der}; from 4026 and 5739; tower of a

flock; Migdal-Eder, a place in Palestine: --Migdal-eder, tower of the


4030. migdanah {mig-daw-naw'}; from the same as 4022; preciousness, i.e. a

gem: --precious thing, present.[ql

4031. Magowg {maw-gogue'}; from 1463; Magog, a son of Japheth; also a

barbarous northern region: --Magog.[ql

4032. magowr {maw-gore'}; or (Lam. 2:22) maguwr {maw-goor'}; from 1481 in

the sense of fearing; a fright (objective or subjective): --fear, terror.

Compare 4036.[ql

4033. maguwr {maw-goor'}; or magur {maw-goor'}; from 1481 in the sense of

lodging; a temporary abode; by extension, a permanent residence:

--dwelling, pilgrimage, where sojourn, be a stranger. Compare 4032.[ql

4034. m@gowrah {meg-o-raw'}; feminine of 4032; affright: --fear.[ql

4035. m@guwrah {meg-oo-raw'}; feminine of 4032 or of 4033; a fright; also a

granary: --barn, fear.[ql

4036. Magowr mic-Cabiyb {maw-gore' mis-saw-beeb'}; from 4032 and 5439 with

the preposition inserted; affright from around; Magor-mis-Sabib, a symbolic

name of Pashur: --Magor-missabib.[ql

4037. magzerah {mag-zay-raw'}; from 1504; a cutting implement, i.e. a

blade: --axe.[ql

4038. maggal {mag-gawl'}; from an unused root meaning to reap; a sickle:


4039. m@gillah {meg-il-law'}; from 1556; a roll: --roll, volume.[ql

4040. m@gillah (Aramaic) {meg-il-law'}; corresponding to 4039: --roll.[ql

4041. m@gammah {meg-am-maw'}; from the same as 1571; properly,

accumulation, i.e. impulse or direction: --sup up.[ql

4042. magan {maw-gan'}; a denominative from 4043; properly, to shield;

encompass with; figuratively, to rescue, to hand safely over (i.e.

surrender): --deliver.[ql

4043. magen {maw-gane'}; also (in plural) feminine m@ginnah {meg-in-naw'};

from 1598; a shield (i.e. the small one or buckler); figuratively, a

protector; also the scaly hide of the crocodile: --X armed, buckler,

defence, ruler, + scale, shield.[ql

4044. m@ginnah {meg-in-naw'}; from 4042; a covering (in a bad sense), i.e.

blindness or obduracy: --sorrow. See also 4043.[ql

4045. mig<ereth {mig-eh'-reth}; from 1605; reproof (i.e. curse):


4046. maggephah {mag-gay-faw'}; from 5062; a pestilence; by analogy,

defeat: --(X be) plague(-d), slaughter, stroke.[ql

4047. Magpiy<ash {mag-pee-awsh'}; apparently from 1479 or 5062 and 6211;

exterminator of (the) moth; Magpiash, an Israelite: --Magpiash.[ql

4048. magar {maw-gar'}; a primitive root; to yield up; intensively, to

precipitate: --cast down, terror.[ql

4049. m@gar (Aramaic) {meg-ar'}; corresponding to 4048; to overthrow:


4050. m@gerah {meg-ay-raw'}; from 1641; a saw: --axe, saw.[ql

4051. Migrown {mig-rone'}; from 4048; precipice; Migron, a place in

Palestine: --Migron.[ql

4052. migra<ah {mig-raw-aw'}; from 1639; a ledge or offset: --narrowed


4053. migraphah {mig-raw-faw'}; from 1640; something thrown off (by the

spade), i.e. a clod: --clod.[ql

4054. migrash {mig-rawsh'}; also (in plural) feminine (Ezek. 27:28)

migrashah {mig-raw-shaw'}; from 1644; a suburb (i.e. open country whither

flocks are driven from pasture); hence, the area around a building, or the

margin of the sea: --cast out, suburb.[ql

4055. mad {mad}; or med {made}; from 4058; properly, extent, i.e. height;

also a measure; by implication, a vesture (as measured); also a carpet:

--armour, clothes, garment, judgment, measure, raiment, stature.[ql

4056. madbach (Aramaic) {mad-bakh'}; from 1684; a sacrificial altar:


4057. midbar {mid-bawr'}; from 1696 in the sense of driving; a pasture

(i.e. open field, whither cattle are driven); by implication, a desert;

also speech (including its organs): --desert, south, speech, wilderness.[ql

4058. madad {maw-dad'}; a primitive root: properly, to stretch; by

implication, to measure (as if by stretching a line); figuratively, to be

extended: --measure, mete, stretch self.[ql

4059. middad {mid-dad'}; from 5074; flight: --be gone.[ql

4060. middah {mid-daw'}; feminine of 4055; properly, extension, i.e. height

or breadth; also a measure (including its standard); hence a portion (as

measured) or a vestment; specifically, tribute (as measured): --garment,

measure(-ing, meteyard, piece, size, (great) stature, tribute, wide.[ql

4061. middah (Aramaic) {mid-daw'} or mindah (Aramaic) {min-daw'};

corresponding to 4060; tribute in money: --toll, tribute.[ql

4062. madhebah {mad-hay-baw'}; perhaps from the equivalent of 1722;

goldmaking, i.e. exactness: --golden city.[ql

4063. medev {meh'-dev}; from an unused root meaning to stretch; properly,

extent, i.e. measure; by implication, a dress (as measured): --garment.[ql

4064. madveh {mad-veh'}; from 1738; sickness: --disease.[ql

4065. madduwach {mad-doo'akh}; from 5080; seduction: --cause of


4066. madown {maw-dohn'}; from 1777; a contest or quarrel: --brawling,

contention(-ous), discord, strife. Compare 4079, 4090.[ql

4067. madown {maw-dohn'}; from the same as 4063; extensiveness, i.e.

height: --stature.[ql

4068. Madown {maw-dohn'}; the same as 4067; Madon, a place in Palestine:


4069. madduwa< {mad-doo'-ah}; or maddua< {mad-doo'-ah}; from 4100 and the

passive participle of 3045; what (is) known?; i.e. (by implication)

(adverbially) why?: --how, wherefore, why.[ql

4070. m@dowr (Aramaic) {med-ore'}; or m@dor (Aramaic) {med-ore'}; or m@dar

(Aramaic) {med-awr'}; from 1753; a dwelling: --dwelling.[ql

4071. m@duwrah {med-oo-raw'}; or m@durah {med-oo-raw'}; from 1752 in the

sense of accumulation; a pile of fuel: --pile (for fire).[ql

4072. midcheh {mid-kheh'}; from 1760; overthrow: --ruin.[ql

4073. m@dachphah {med-akh-faw'}; from 1765; a push, i.e. ruin:


4074. Maday {maw-dah'-ee}; of foreign derivation; Madai, a country of

central Asia: --Madai, Medes, Media.[ql

4075. Maday {maw-dah'-ee}; patrial from 4074; a Madian or native of Madai:


4076. Maday (Aramaic) {maw-dah'-ee}; corresponding to 4074: --Mede(-s).[ql

4077. Maday (Aramaic) {maw-dah'-ee}; corresponding to 4075: --Median.[ql

4078. madday {mad-dah'-ee}; from 4100 and 1767; what (is) enough, i.e.

sufficiently: --sufficiently.[ql

4079. midyan {mid-yawn'}; a variation for 4066: --brawling,


4080. Midyan {mid-yawn'}; the same as 4079; Midjan, a son of Abraham; also

his country and (collectively) his descendants: --Midian, Midianite.[ql

4081. Middiyn {mid-deen'}; a variation for 4080: --Middin.[ql

4082. m@diynah {med-ee-naw'}; from 1777; properly, a judgeship, i.e.

jurisdiction; by implication, a district (as ruled by a judge); generally,

a region: --(X every) province.[ql

4083. m@diynah (Aramaic) {med-ee-naw'}; corresponding to 4082:


4084. Midyaniy {mid-yaw-nee'}; patronymical or patrial from 4080; a

Midjanite or descend. (native) of Midjan: --Midianite. Compare 4092.[ql

4085. m@dokah {med-o-kaw'}; from 1743; a mortar: --mortar.[ql

4086. Madmen {mad-mane'}; from the same as 1828; dunghill; Madmen, a place

in Palestine: --Madmen.[ql

4087. madmenah {mad-may-naw'}; feminine from the same as 1828; a dunghill:


4088. Madmenah {mad-may-naw'}; the same as 4087; Madmenah, a place in

Palestine: --Madmenah.[ql

4089. Madmannah {mad-man-naw'}; a variation for 4087; Madmannah, a place in

Palestine: --Madmannah.[ql

4090. m@dan {med-awn'}; a form of 4066: --discord, strife.[ql

4091. M@dan {med-awn'}; the same as 4090; Medan, a son of Abraham:


4092. M@daniy {med-aw-nee'}; a variation of 4084: --Midianite.[ql

4093. madda< {mad-daw'}; or madda< {mad-dah'}; from 3045; intelligence or

consciousness: --knowledge, science, thought.[ql

4094. madqarah {mad-kaw-raw'}; from 1856; a wound: --piercing.[ql

4095. madregah {mad-ray-gaw'}; from an unused root meaning to step;

properly, a step; by implication, a steep or inaccessible place: --stair,

steep place.[ql

4096. midrak {mid-rawk'}; from 1869; a treading, i.e. a place for stepping

on: --[foot-]breadth.[ql

4097. midrash {mid-rawsh'}; from 1875; properly, an investigation, i.e. (by

implication) a treatise or elaborate compilation: --story.[ql

4098. m@dushshah {med-oosh-shaw'}; from 1758; a threshing, i.e. (concretely

and figuratively) down-trodden people: --threshing.[ql

4099. M@datha {med-aw-thaw'}; of Persian origin; Medatha, the father of

Haman: --Hammedatha [including the article].[ql

4100. mah {maw}; or mah {mah}; or ma {maw}; or ma {mah}; also meh {meh}; a

primitive particle; properly, interrogative what? (including how? why?

when?); but also exclamation, what! (including how!), or indefinitely what

(including whatever, and even relatively, that which); often used with

prefixes in various adverbial or conjunctive senses: --how (long, oft,

[-soever]), [no-]thing, what (end, good, purpose, thing), whereby(-fore,

-in, -to, -with), (for) why.[ql

4101. mah (Aramaic) {maw}; corresponding to 4100: --how great (mighty),

that which, what(-soever), why.[ql

4102. mahahh {maw-hah'}; apparently a denominative from 4100; properly, to

question or hesitate, i.e. (by implication) to be reluctant: --delay,

linger, stay selves, tarry.[ql

4103. m@huwmah {meh-hoo-maw'}; from 1949; confusion or uproar:

--destruction, discomfiture, trouble, tumult, vexation, vexed.[ql

4104. M@huwman {meh-hoo-mawn'}; of Persian origin; Mehuman, a eunuch of

Xerxes: --Mehuman.[ql

4105. M@heytab>el {meh-hay-tab-ale'}; from 3190 (augmented) and 410;

bettered of God; Mehetabel, the name of an Edomitish man and woman:

--Mehetabeel, Mehetabel.[ql

4106. mahiyr {maw-here'}; or mahir {maw-here'}; from 4116; quick; hence,

skilful: --diligent, hasty, ready.[ql

4107. mahal {maw-hal'}; a primitive root; properly, to cut down or reduce,

i.e. by implication, to adulterate: --mixed.[ql

4108. mahlek {mah-lake'}; from 1980; a walking (plural collectively), i.e.

access: --place to walk.[ql

4109. mahalak {mah-hal-awk'}; from 1980; a walk, i.e. a passage or a

distance: --journey, walk.[ql

4110. mahalal {mah-hal-awl'}; from 1984; fame: --praise.[ql

4111. Mahalal>el {mah-hal-al-ale'}; from 4110 and 410; praise of God;

Mahalalel, the name of an antediluvian patriarch and of an Israelite:


4112. mahalummah {mah-hal-oom-maw'}; from 1986; a blow: --stripe,


4113. mahamorah {mah-ham-o-raw'}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

perhaps an abyss: --deep pit.[ql

4114. mahpekah {mah-pay-kaw'}; from 2015; a destruction:

--when...overthrew, overthrow(-n).[ql

4115. mahpeketh {mah-peh'-keth}; from 2015; a wrench, i.e. the stocks:

--prison, stocks.[ql

4116. mahar {maw-har'}; a primitive root; properly, to be liquid or flow

easily, i.e. (by implication); to hurry (in a good or a bad sense); often

used (with another verb) adverbially, promptly: --be carried headlong,

fearful, (cause to make, in, make) haste(-n, -ily), (be) hasty, (fetch,

make ready) X quickly, rash, X shortly, (be so) X soon, make speed, X

speedily, X straightway, X suddenly, swift.[ql

4117. mahar {maw-har'}; a primitive root (perhaps rather the same as 4116

through the idea of readiness in assent); to bargain (for a wife), i.e. to

wed: --endow, X surely.[ql

4118. maher {mah-hare'}; from 4116; properly, hurrying; hence (adverbially)

in a hurry: --hasteth, hastily, at once, quickly, soon, speedily,


4119. mohar {mo'-har}; from 4117; a price (for a wife): --dowry.[ql

4120. m@herah {meh-hay-raw'}; feminine of 4118; properly, a hurry; hence

(adverbially) promptly: --hastily, quickly, shortly, soon, make (with)

speed(-ily), swiftly.[ql

4121. Maharay {mah-har-ah'-ee}; from 4116; hasty; Maharai, an Israelite:


4122. Maher Shalal Chash Baz {mah-hare' shaw-lawl' khawsh baz}; from 4118

and 7998 and 2363 and 957; hasting (is he [the enemy] to the) booty, swift

(to the) prey; Maher-Shalal-Chash-Baz; the symbolical name of the son of

Isaiah: --Maher-sha-lal-bash-baz.[ql

4123. mahathallah {mah-hath-al-law'}; from 2048; a delusion: --deceit.[ql

4124. Mow>ab {mo-awb}; from a prolonged form of the prepositional prefix m-

and 1; from (her [the mother's]) father; Moab, an incestuous son of Lot;

also his territory and descendants: --Moab.[ql

4125. Mow>abiy {mo-aw-bee'}; feminine Mow>abiyah {mo-aw-bee-yaw'}; or

Mowabiyth {mo-aw-beeth'}; patronymical from 4124; a Moabite or Moabitess,

i.e. a descendant from Moab: --(woman) of Moab, Moabite(-ish, -ss).[ql

4126. mowba> {mo-baw'}; by transp. for 3996; an entrance: --coming.[ql

4127. muwg {moog}; a primitive root; to melt, i.e. literally (to soften,

flow down, disappear), or figuratively (to fear, faint): --consume,

dissolve, (be) faint(-hearted), melt (away), make soft.[ql

4128. muwd {mood}; a primitive root; to shake: --measure.[ql

4129. mowda< {mo-dah'}; or rather moda< {mo-daw'}; from 3045; an

acquaintance: --kinswoman.[ql

4130. mowda<ath {mo-dah'-ath}; from 3045; acquaintance: --kindred.[ql

4131. mowt {mote}; a primitive root; to waver; by implication , to slip,

shake, fall: --be carried, cast, be out of course, be fallen in decay, X

exceedingly, fall(-ing down), be (re-)moved, be ready, shake, slide,


4132. mowt {mote}; from 4131; a wavering, i.e. fall; by implication, a pole

(as shaking); hence, a yoke (as essentially a bent pole): --bar, be moved,

staff, yoke.[ql

4133. mowtah {mo-taw'}; feminine of 4132; a pole; by implication, an

ox-bow; hence, a yoke (either literal or figurative): --bands, heavy,

staves, yoke.[ql

4134. muwk {mook}; a primitive root; to become thin, i.e. (figuratively) be

impoverished: --be (waxen) poor(-er).[ql

4135. muwl {mool}; a primitive root; to cut short, i.e. curtail

(specifically the prepuce, i.e. to circumcise); by implication, to blunt;

figuratively, to destroy: --circumcise(-ing), selves), cut down (in

pieces), destroy, X must needs.[ql

4136. muwl {mool}; or mowl (Deuteronomy 1:1) {mole}; or mow>l (Nehemiah

12:38) {mole}; or mul (Numbers 22:5) {mool}; from 4135; properly, abrupt,

i.e. a precipice; by implication, the front; used only adverbially (with

prepositional prefix) opposite: --(over) against, before, [fore-]front,

from, [God-]ward, toward, with.[ql

4137. Mowladah {mo-law-daw'}; from 3205; birth; Moladah, a place in

Palestine: --Moladah.[ql

4138. mowledeth {mo-leh'-deth}; from 3205; nativity (plural birth-place);

by implication, lineage, native country; also offspring, family:

--begotten, born, issue, kindred, native(-ity).[ql

4139. muwlah {moo-law'}; from 4135; circumcision: --circumcision.[ql

4140. Mowliyd {mo-leed'}; from 3205; genitor; Molid, an Israelite:


4141. muwcab {moo-sawb'}; from 5437; a turn, i.e. circuit (of a building):

--winding about.[ql

4142. muwcabbah {moo-sab-baw'}; or mucabbah {moo-sab-baw'}; feminine of

4141; a reversal, i.e. the backside (of a gem), fold (of a double-leaved

door), transmutation (of a name): --being changed, inclosed, be set,


4143. muwcad {moo-sawd'}; from 3245; a foundation: --foundation.[ql

4144. mowcad {mo-sawd'}; from 3245; a foundation: --foundation.[ql

4145. muwcadah {moo-saw-daw'}; feminine of 4143; a foundation;

figuratively, an appointment: --foundation, grounded. Compare 4328.[ql

4146. mowcadah {mo-saw-daw'}; or mocadah {mo-saw-daw'}; feminine of 4144; a

foundation: --foundation.[ql

4147. mowcer {mo-sare'}; also (in plural) feminine mowcerah {mo-say-raw'};

or moc@rah {mo-ser-aw'}; from 3256; properly, chastisement, i.e. (by

implication) a halter; figuratively, restraint: --band, bond.[ql

4148. muwcar {moo-sawr'}; from 3256; properly, chastisement; figuratively,

reproof, warning or instruction; also restraint: --bond, chastening

([-eth]), chastisement, check, correction, discipline, doctrine,

instruction, rebuke.[ql

4149. Mowcerah {mo-say-raw'}; or (plural) Moc@rowth {mo-ser-othe'} feminine

of 4147; correction or corrections; Moserah or Moseroth, a place in the

Desert: --Mosera, Moseroth.[ql

4150. mow<ed {mo-ade'}; or mo<ed {mo-ade'}; or (feminine) mow<adah (2

Chronicles 8:13) {mo-aw-daw'}; from 3259; properly, an appointment, i.e. a

fixed time or season; specifically, a festival; conventionally a year; by

implication, an assembly (as convened for a definite purpose); technically

the congregation; by extension, the place of meeting; also a signal (as

appointed beforehand): --appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn)

assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season,

solemn(-ity), synogogue, (set) time (appointed).[ql

4151. mow<ad {mo-awd'}; from 3259; properly, an assembly [as in 4150];

figuratively, a troop: --appointed time.[ql

4152. muw<adah {moo-aw-daw'}; from 3259; an appointed place, i.e. asylum:


4153. Mow<adyah {mo-ad-yaw'}; from 4151 and 3050; assembly of Jah; Moadjah,

an Israelite: --Moadiah. Compare 4573.[ql

4154. muw<edeth {moo-ay'-deth}; feminine passive participle of 4571;

properly, made to slip, i.e. dislocated: --out of joint.[ql

4155. muw<aph {moo-awf'}; from 5774; properly, covered, i.e. dark;

abstractly, obscurity, i.e. distress: --dimness.[ql

4156. mow<etsah {mo-ay-tsaw'}; from 3289; a purpose: --counsel, device.[ql

4157. muw<aqah {moo-aw-kaw'}; from 5781; pressure, i.e. (figuratively)

distress: --affliction.[ql

4158. Mowpha<ath (Jer. 48:21) {mo-fah'-ath}; or meyphaath {may-fah'-ath};

or mephaath {may-fah'-ath; from 3313; illuminative; Mophaath or Mephaath, a

place in Palestine: --Mephaath.[ql

4159. mowpheth {mo-faith'}; or mopheth {mo-faith'}; from 3302 in the sense

of conspicuousness; a miracle; by implication, a token or omen: --miracle,

sign, wonder(-ed at).[ql

4160. muwts {moots}; a primitive root; to press, i.e. (figuratively) to

oppress: --extortioner.[ql

4161. mowtsa> {mo-tsaw'}; or motsa> {mo-tsaw'}; from 3318; a going forth,

i.e. (the act) an egress, or (the place) an exit; hence, a source or

product; specifically, dawn, the rising of the sun (the East), exportation,

utterance, a gate, a fountain, a mine, a meadow (as producing grass):

--brought out, bud, that which came out, east, going forth, goings out,

that which (thing that) is gone out, outgoing, proceeded out, spring, vein,

[water-]course [springs].[ql

4162. mowtsa> {mo-tsaw'}; the same as 4161; Motsa, the name of two

Israelites: --Moza.[ql

4163. mowtsa>ah {mo-tsaw-aw'}; feminine of 4161; a family descent; also a

sewer [marg.; compare 6675]: --draught house; going forth.[ql

4164. muwtsaq {moo-tsak'}; or muwtsaq {moo-tsawk'}; from 3332; narrowness;

figuratively, distress: --anguish, is straitened, straitness.[ql

4165. muwtsaq {moo-tsawk'}; from 5694; properly, fusion, i.e. literally, a

casting (of metal); figuratively, a mass (of clay): --casting, hardness.[ql

4166. muwtsaqah {moo-tsaw-kaw'}; or mutsaqah {moo-tsaw-kaw'}; from 3332;

properly, something poured out, i.e. a casting (of metal); by implication,

a tube (as cast): --when it was cast, pipe.[ql

4167. muwq {mook}; a primitive root; to jeer, i.e. (intens.) blaspheme:

--be corrupt.[ql

4168. mowqed {mo-kade'}; from 3344; a fire or fuel; abstractly, a

conflagration: --burning, hearth.[ql

4169. mowq@dah {mo-ked-aw'}; feminine of 4168; fuel: --burning.[ql

4170. mowqesh {mo-kashe'}; or moqesh {mo-kashe'}; from 3369; a noose (for

catching animals) (literally or figuratively): by implication, a hook (for

the nose): --be ensnared, gin, (is) snare(-d), trap.[ql

4171. muwr {moor}; a primitive root; to alter; by implication, to barter,

to dispose of: --X at all, (ex-)change, remove.[ql

4172. mowra> {mo-raw'}; or mora> {mo-raw'}; or morah (Psa. 9:20) {mo-raw'};

from 3372; fear; by implication, a fearful thing or deed: --dread, (that

ought to be) fear(-ed), terribleness, terror.[ql

4173. mowrag {mo-rag'}; or morag {mo-rag'}; from an unused root meaning to

triturate; a threshing sledge: --threshing instrument.[ql

4174. mowrad {mo-rawd'}; from 3381; a descent; as architecture, an

ornamental appendage, perhaps a festoon: --going down, steep place, thin


4175. mowreh {mo-reh'}; from 3384; an archer; also teacher or teaching;

also the early rain [see 3138]: --(early) rain.[ql

4176. Mowreh {mo-reh'}; or Moreh {mo-reh'}; the same as 4175; Moreh, a

Canaanite; also a hill (perhaps named from him): --Moreh.[ql

4177. mowrah {mo-raw'}; from 4171 in the sense of shearing; a razor:


4178. mowrat {mo-rawt'}; from 3399; obstinate, i.e. independent:


4179. Mowriyah {mo-ree-yaw'}; or Moriyah {mo-ree-yaw'}; from 7200 and 3050;

seen of Jah; Morijah, a hill in Palestine: --Moriah.[ql

4180. mowrash {mo-rawsh'}; from 3423; a possession; figuratively, delight:

--possession, thought.[ql

4181. mowrashah {mo-raw-shaw'}; feminine of 4180; a possession: --heritage,

inheritance, possession.[ql

4182. Mowresheth Gath {mo-reh'-sheth gath}; from 3423 and 1661; possession

of Gath; Moresheth-Gath, a place in Palestine: --Moresheth-gath.[ql

4183. Morashtiy {mo-rash-tee'}; patrial from 4182; a Morashtite or

inhabitant of Moresheth-Gath: --Morashthite.[ql

4184. muwsh {moosh}; a primitive root; to touch: --feel, handle.[ql

4185. muwsh {moosh}; a primitive root [perhaps rather the same as 4184

through the idea of receding by contact]; to withdraw (both literally and

figuratively, whether intransitive or transitive): --cease, depart, go

back, remove, take away.[ql

4186. mowshab {mo-shawb'}; or moshab {mo-shawb'}; from 3427; a seat;

figuratively, a site; abstractly, a session; by extension an abode (the

place or the time); by implication, population: --assembly, dwell in,

dwelling(-place), wherein (that) dwelt (in), inhabited place, seat,

sitting, situation, sojourning.[ql

4187. Muwshiy {moo-shee'}; or Mushshiy {mush-shee'}; from 4184; sensitive;

Mushi, a Levite: --Mushi.[ql

4188. Muwshiy {moo-shee'}; patronymical from 4187; a Mushite (collectively)

or descendants of Mushi: --Mushites.[ql

4189. mowsh@kah {mo-shek-aw'}; act participle feminine of 4900; something

drawing, i.e. (figuratively) a cord: --band.[ql

4190. mowsha<ah {mo-shaw-aw'}; from 3467; deliverance: --salvation.[ql

4191. muwth {mooth}; a primitive root: to die (literally or figuratively);

causatively, to kill: --X at all, X crying, (be) dead (body, man, one),

(put to, worthy of) death, destroy(-er), (cause to, be like to, must) die,

kill, necro[-mancer], X must needs, slay, X surely, X very suddenly, X in

[no] wise.[ql

4192. Muwth (Psalm 48:14) {mooth}; or Muwth lab-ben {mooth lab-bane'}; from

4191 and 1121 with the preposition and article interposed; "To die for the

son", probably the title of a popular song: --death, Muthlabben.[ql

4193. mowth (Aramaic) {mohth}; corresponding to 4194; death: --death.[ql

4194. maveth {maw'-veth}; from 4191; death (natural or violent);

concretely, the dead, their place or state (hades); figuratively,

pestilence, ruin: --(be) dead([-ly]), death, die(-d).[ql

4195. mowthar {mo-thar'}; from 3498; literally, gain; figuratively,

superiority: --plenteousness, preeminence, profit.[ql

4196. mizbeach {miz-bay'-akh}; from 2076; an altar: --altar.[ql

4197. mezeg {meh'-zeg}; from an unused root meaning to mingle (water with

wine); tempered wine: --liquor.[ql

4198. mazeh {maw-zeh'}; from an unused root meaning to suck out; exhausted:


4199. Mizzah {miz-zaw'}; probably from an unused root meaning to faint with

fear; terror; Mizzah, an Edomite: --Mizzah.[ql

4200. mezev {meh'-zev}; probably from an unused root meaning to gather in;

a granary: --garner.[ql

4201. m@zuwzah {mez-oo-zaw'}; or m@zuzah {mez-oo-zaw'}; from the same as

2123; a door-post (as prominent): --(door, side) post.[ql

4202. mazown {maw-zone'}; from 2109; food: --meat, victual.[ql

4203. mazown (Aramaic) {maw-zone'}; corresponding to 4202: --meat.[ql

4204. mazowr {maw-zore'}; from 2114 in the sense of turning aside from

truth; treachery, i.e. a plot: --wound.[ql

4205. mazowr {maw-zore'}; or mazor {maw-zore'}; from 2115 in the sense of

binding up; a bandage, i.e. remedy; hence, a sore (as needing a compress):

--bound up, wound.[ql

4206. maziyach {maw-zee'-akh}; or mezach {may-zakh'}; from 2118; a belt (as

movable): --girdle, strength.[ql

4207. mazleg {maz-layg'}; or (feminine) mizlagah {miz-law-gaw'}; from an

unused root meaning to draw up; a fork: --fleshhook.[ql

4208. mazzalah {maz-zaw-law'}; apparently from 5140 in the sense of

raining; a constellation, i.e. Zodiacal sign (perhaps as affecting the

weather): --planet. Compare 4216.[ql

4209. m@zimmah {mez-im-maw'}; from 2161; a plan, usually evil

(machination), sometimes good (sagacity): --(wicked) device, discretion,

intent, witty invention, lewdness, mischievous (device), thought,


4210. mizmowr {miz-more'}; from 2167; properly, instrumental music; by

implication, a poem set to notes: --psalm.[ql

4211. mazmerah {maz-may-raw'}; from 2168; a pruning-knife:


4212. m@zamm@rah {mez-am-mer-aw'}; from 2168; a tweezer (only in the

plural): --snuffers.[ql

4213. miz<ar {miz-awr'}; from the same as 2191; fewness; by implication, as

superl. diminutiveness: --few, X very.[ql

4214. mizreh {miz-reh'}; from 2219; a winnowing shovel (as scattering the

chaff): --fan.[ql

4215. m@zareh {mez-aw-reh'}; apparently from 2219; properly, a scatterer,

i.e. the north wind (as dispersing clouds; only in plural): --north.[ql

4216. mazzarah {maz-zaw-raw'}; apparently from 5144 in the sense of

distinction; some noted constellation (only in the plural), perhaps

collectively, the zodiac: --Mazzoroth. Compare 4208.[ql

4217. mizrach {miz-rawkh'}; from 2224; sunrise, i.e. the east: --east

(side, -ward), (sun-)rising (of the sun).[ql

4218. mizra< {miz-raw'}; from 2232; a planted field: --thing sown.[ql

4219. mizraq {miz-rawk'}; from 2236; a bowl (as if for sprinkling):

--bason, bowl.[ql

4220. meach {may'-akh}; from 4229 in the sense of greasing; fat;

figuratively, rich: --fatling (one).[ql

4221. moach {mo'-akh}; from the same as 4220; fat, i.e. marrow:


4222. macha> {maw-khaw'}; a primitive root; to rub or strike the hands

together (in exultation): --clap.[ql

4223. m@cha> (Aramaic) {mekh-aw'}; corresponding to 4222; to strike in

pieces; also to arrest; specifically to impale: --hang, smite, stay.[ql

4224. machabe> {makh-ab-ay'}; or machabo> {makh-ab-o'}; from 2244; a

refuge: --hiding (lurking) place.[ql

4225. machbereth {makh-beh'-reth}; from 2266; a junction, i.e. seam or

sewed piece: --coupling.[ql

4226. m@chabb@rah {mekh-ab-ber-aw'}; from 2266; a joiner, i.e. brace or

cramp: --coupling, joining.[ql

4227. machabath {makh-ab-ath'}; from the same as 2281; a pan for baking in:


4228. machagoreth {makh-ag-o'-reth}; from 2296; a girdle: --girding.[ql

4229. machah {maw-khaw'}; a primitive root; properly, to stroke or rub; by

implication, to erase; also to smooth (as if with oil), i.e. grease or make

fat; also to touch, i.e. reach to: --abolish, blot out, destroy, full of

marrow, put out, reach unto, X utterly, wipe (away, out).[ql

4230. m@chuwgah {mekk-oo-gaw'}; from 2328; an instrument for marking a

circle, i.e. compasses: --compass.[ql

4231. machowz {maw-khoze'}; from an unused root meaning to enclose; a

harbor (as shut in by the shore): --haven.[ql

4232. M@chuwya>el {mekh-oo-yaw-ale'}; or M@chiyya>el {mekh-ee-yaw-ale'};

from 4229 and 410; smitten of God; Mechujael or Mechijael, an anxediluvian

patriarch: --Mehujael.[ql

4233. Machaviym {makh-av-eem'}; apparently a patrial, but from an unknown

place (in the plural only for a singular); a Machavite or inhabitant of

some place named Machaveh: --Mahavite.[ql

4234. machowl {maw-khole'}; from 2342; a (round) dance: --dance(-cing).[ql

4235. Machowl {maw-khole'}; the same as 4234; dancing; Machol, an

Israelite: --Mahol.[ql

4236. machazeh {makh-az-eh'}; from 2372; a vision: --vision.[ql

4237. mechezah {mekh-ez-aw'}; from 2372; a window: --light.[ql

4238. Machaziy>owth {makh-az-ee-oth'}; feminine plural from 2372; visions;

Machazioth, an Israelite: --Mahazioth.[ql

4239. m@chiy {mekh-ee'}; from 4229; a stroke, i.e. battering-ram:


4240. M@chiyda> {mek-ee-daw'}; from 2330; junction; Mechida, one of the

Nethinim: --Mehida.[ql

4241. michyah {mikh-yaw'}; from 2421; preservation of life; hence,

sustenance; also the live flesh, i.e. the quick: --preserve life, quick,

recover selves, reviving, sustenance, victuals.[ql

4242. m@chiyr {mekk-eer'}; from an unused root meaning to buy; price,

payment, wages: --gain, hire, price, sold, worth.[ql

4243. M@chiyr {mekh-eer'}; the same as 4242; price; Mechir, an Israelite:


4244. Machlah {makh-law'}; from 2470; sickness; Machlah, the name

apparently of two Israelitesses: --Mahlah.[ql

4245. machaleh {makh-al-eh'}; or (feminine) machalah {makk-al-aw'}; from

2470; sickness: --disease, infirmity, sickness.[ql

4246. m@chowlah {mek-o-law'}; feminine of 4284; a dance: --company,


4247. m@chillah {mekh-il-law'}; from 2490; a cavern (as if excavated):


4248. Machlown {makh-lone'}; from 2470; sick; Machlon, an Israelite:


4249. Machliy {makh-lee'}; from 2470; sick; Machli, the name of two

Israelites: --Mahli.[ql

4250. Machliy {makh-lee'}; patronymical from 4249; a Machlite or

(collectively) descendants of Machli: --Mahlites.[ql

4251. machluy {makh-loo'-ee}; from 2470; a disease: --disease.[ql

4252. machalaph {makh-al-awf'}; from 2498; a (sacrificial) knife (as

gliding through the flesh): --knife.[ql

4253. machlaphah {makh-law-faw'}; from 2498; a ringlet of hair (as gliding

over each other): --lock.[ql

4254. machalatsah {makh-al-aw-tsaw'}; from 2502; a mantle (as easily drawn

off): --changeable suit of apparel, change of raiment.[ql

4255. machl@qah (Aramaic) {makh-lek-aw'}; corresponding to 4256; a section

(of the Levites): --course.[ql

4256. machaloqeth {makh-al-o'-keth}; from 2505; a section (of Levites,

people or soldiers): --company, course, division, portion. See also


4257. machalath {makh-al-ath'}; from 2470; sickness; Machalath, probably

the title (initial word) of a popular song: --Mahalath.[ql

4258. Machalath {makh-al-ath'}; the same as 4257; sickness; Machalath, the

name of an Ishmaelitess and of an Israelitess: --Mahalath.[ql

4259. M@cholathiy {mekh-o-law-thee'}; patrial from 65; a Mecholathite or

inhabitant of Abel-Mecholah: --Mecholathite.[ql

4260. machama>ah {makh-am-aw-aw'}; a denominative from 2529; something

buttery (i.e. unctuous and pleasant), as (figuratively) flattery: --X than


4261. machmad {makh-mawd'}; from 2530; delightful; hence, a delight, i.e.

object of affection or desire: --beloved, desire, goodly, lovely, pleasant


4262. machmud {makh-mood'}; or machmuwd {makh-mood'}; from 2530; desired;

hence, a valuable: --pleasant thing.[ql

4263. machmal {makh-mawl'}; from 2550; properly, sympathy; (by paronomasia

with 4261) delight: --pitieth.[ql

4264. machaneh {makh-an-eh'}; from 2583; an encampment (of travellers or

troops); hence, an army, whether literal (of soldiers) or figurative (of

dancers, angels, cattle, locusts, stars; or even the sacred courts):

--army, band, battle, camp, company, drove, host, tents.[ql

4265. Machaneh-Dan {makh-an-ay'-dawn}; from 4264 and 1835; camp of Dan;

Machaneh-Dan, a place in Palestine: --Mahaneh-dan.[ql

4266. Machanayim {makh-an-ah'-yim}; dual of 4264; double camp; Machanajim,

a place in Palestine: --Mahanaim.[ql

4267. machanaq {makh-an-ak'}; from 2614: choking: --strangling.[ql

4268. machaceh {makh-as-eh'}; or machceh {makh-seh'}; from 2620; a shelter

(literally or figuratively): --hope, (place of) refuge, shelter, trust.[ql

4269. machcowm {makh-sohm'}; from 2629; a muzzle: --bridle.[ql

4270. machcowr {makh-sore'}; or machcor {makh-sore'}; from 2637;

deficiency; hence, impoverishment: --lack, need, penury, poor, poverty,


4271. Machceyah {makh-say-yaw'}; from 4268 and 3050; refuge of (i.e. in)

Jah; Machsejah, an Israelite: --Maaseiah.[ql

4272. machats {maw-khats'}; a primitive root; to dash asunder; by

implication, to crush, smash or violently plunge; figuratively, to subdue

or destroy: --dip, pierce (through), smite (through), strike through,


4273. machats {makh'-ats}; from 4272; a contusion: --stroke.[ql

4274. machtseb {makh-tsabe'}; from 2672; properly, a hewing; concretely, a

quarry: --hewed(-n).[ql

4275. mechetsah {mekh-ets-aw'}; from 2673; a halving: --half.[ql

4276. machatsiyth {makh-ats-eeth'}; from 2673; a halving or the middle:

--half (so much), mid[-day].[ql

4277. machaq {maw-khak'}; a primitive root; to crush: --smite off.[ql

4278. mechqar {mekh-kawr'}; from 2713; properly, scrutinized, i.e. (by

implication) a recess: --deep place.[ql

4279. machar {maw-khar'}; probably from 309; properly, deferred, i.e. the

morrow; usually (adverbially) tomorrow; indefinitely, hereafter: --time to

come, tomorrow.[ql

4280. machara>ah {makh-ar-aw-aw'}; from the same as 2716; a sink: --draught


4281. machareshah {makh-ar-ay-shaw'}; from 2790; probably a pick-axe:


4282. macharesheth {makh-ar-eh'-sheth}; from 2790; probably a hoe:


4283. mochorath {mokh-or-awth'}; or mochoratham (1 Sam. 30:17)

{mokh-or-aw-thawm'}; feminine from the same as 4279; the morrow or

(adverbially) tomorrow: --morrow, next day.[ql

4284. machashabah {makh-ash-aw-baw'}; or machashebeth {makh-ash-eh'-beth};

from 2803; a contrivance, i.e. (concretely) a texture, machine, or

(abstractly) intention, plan (whether bad, a plot; or good, advice):

--cunning (work), curious work, device(-sed), imagination, invented, means,

purpose, thought.[ql

4285. machshak {makh-shawk'}; from 2821; darkness; concretely, a dark

place: --dark(-ness, place).[ql

4286. machsoph {makh-sofe'}; from 2834; a peeling: --made appear.[ql

4287. Machath {makh'-ath}; probably from 4229; erasure; Machath, the name

of two Israelites: --Mahath.[ql

4288. m@chittah {mekh-it-taw'}; from 2846; properly, a dissolution;

concretely, a ruin, or (abstractly) consternation: --destruction,

dismaying, ruin, terror.[ql

4289. machtah {makh-taw'}; the same as 4288 in the sense of removal; a pan

for live coals: --censer, firepan, snuffdish.[ql

4290. machtereth {makh-teh'-reth}; from 2864; a burglary; figuratively,

unexpected examination: --breaking up, secret search.[ql

4291. m@ta> (Aramaic) {met-aw'}; or m@tah (Aramaic) {met-aw'}; apparently

corresponding to 4672 in the intransitive sense of being found present; to

arrive, extend or happen: --come, reach.[ql

4292. mat>ate> {mat-at-ay'}; apparently a denominative from 2916; a broom

(as removing dirt [compare Engl. "to dust", i.e. remove dust]): --besom.[ql

4293. matbeach {mat-bay'-akh}; from 2873; slaughter: --slaughter.[ql

4294. matteh {mat-teh'}; or (feminine) mattah {mat-taw'}; from 5186; a

branch (as extending); figuratively, a tribe; also a rod, whether for

chastising (figuratively, correction), ruling (a sceptre), throwing (a

lance), or walking (a staff; figuratively, a support of life, e.g. bread):

--rod, staff, tribe.[ql

4295. mattah {mat'-taw}; from 5786 with directive enclitic appended;

downward, below or beneath; often adverbially with or without prefixes:

--beneath, down(-ward), less, very low, under(-neath).[ql

4296. mittah {mit-taw'}; from 5186; a bed (as extended) for sleeping or

eating; by analogy, a sofa, litter or bier: --bed([-chamber]), bier.[ql

4297. mutteh {moot-teh'}; from 5186; a stretching, i.e. distortion

(figuratively, iniquity): --perverseness.[ql

4298. muttah {moot-taw'}; from 5186; expansion: --stretching out.[ql

4299. matveh {mat-veh'}; from 2901; something spun: --spun.[ql

4300. m@tiyl {met-eel'}; from 2904 in the sense of hammering out; an iron

bar (as forged): --bar.[ql

4301. matmown {mat-mone'}; or matmon {mat-mone'}; or matmun {mat-moon'};

from 2934; a secret storehouse; hence, a secreted valuable (buried);

generally money: --hidden riches, (hid) treasure(-s).[ql

4302. matta< {mat-taw'}; from 5193; something planted, i.e. the place (a

garden or vineyard), or the thing (a plant, figuratively or men); by

implication, the act, planting: --plant(-ation, -ing).[ql

4303. mat<am {mat-am'}; or (feminine) mat<ammah {mat-am-maw'}; from 2938; a

delicacy: --dainty (meat), savoury meat.[ql

4304. mitpachath {mit-pakh'-ath}; from 2946; a wide cloak (for a woman):

--vail, wimple.[ql

4305. matar {maw-tar'}; a primitive root; to rain: --(cause to) rain


4306. matar {maw-tawr'}; from 4305; rain: --rain.[ql

4307. mattara> {mat-taw-raw'}; or mattarah {mat-taw-raw'}; from 5201; a

jail (as a guard-house); also an aim (as being closely watched): --mark,


4308. Matred {mat-rade'}; from 2956; propulsive; Matred, an Edomitess:


4309. Matriy {mat-ree'}; from 4305; rainy; Matri, an Israelite: --Matri.[ql

4310. miy {me}; an interrogative pronoun of persons, as 4100 is of things,

who? (occasionally, by a peculiar idiom, of things); also (indefinitely)

whoever; often used in oblique construction with prefix or suffix: --any

(man), X he, X him, + O that! what, which, who(-m, -se, -soever), + would

to God.[ql

4311. Meyd@ba> {may-deb-aw'}; from 4325 and 1679; water of quiet; Medeba, a

place in Palestine: --Medeba.[ql

4312. Meydad {may-dawd'}; from 3032 in the sense of loving; affectionate;

Medad, an Israelite: --Medad.[ql

4313. Mey hay-Yarqown {may hah'-ee-yar-kone'}; from 4325 and 3420 with the

art. interposed; water of the yellowness; Me-haj-Jarkon, a place in

Palestine: --Me-jarkon.[ql

4314. Mey Zahab {may zaw-hawb'}; from 4325 and 2091, water of gold;

Me-Zahab, an Edomite: --Mezahab.[ql

4315. meytab {may-tawb'}; from 3190; the best part: --best.[ql

4316. Miyka> {mee-kaw'}; a variation for 4318; Mica, the name of two

Israelites: --Micha.[ql

4317. Miyka>el {me-kaw-ale'}; from 4310 and (the prefix derivative from)

3588 and 410; who (is) like God?; Mikael, the name of an archangel and of

nine Israelites: --Michael.[ql

4318. Miykah {mee-kaw'}; an abbrev. of 4320; Micah, the name of seven

Israelites: --Micah, Micaiah, Michah.[ql

4319. Miykahuw {me-kaw'-hoo}; a contr. for 4321; Mikehu, an Israelite

prophet: --Micaiah (2 Chronicles 18:8).[ql

4320. Miykayah {me-kaw-yaw'}; from 4310 and (the prefix derivative from)

3588 and 3050; who (is) like Jah?; Micajah, the name of two Israelites:

--Micah, Michaiah. Compare 4318.[ql

4321. Miykay@huw {me-kaw-yeh-hoo'}; or Mikay@huw (Jeremiah 36:11)

{me-kaw-yeh-hoo'}; abbrev. for 4322; Mikajah, the name of three Israelites:

--Micah, Micaiah, Michaiah.[ql

4322. Miykayahuw {me-kaw-yaw'-hoo}; for 4320; Mikajah, the name of an

Israelite and an Israelitess: --Michaiah.[ql

4323. miykal {me-kawl'}; from 3201; properly, a container, i.e. a

streamlet: --brook.[ql

4324. Miykal {me-kawl'}; apparently the same as 4323; revulet; Mikal,

Saul's daughter: --Michal.[ql

4325. mayim {mah'-yim}; dual of a primitive noun (but used in a singular

sense); water; figuratively, juice; by euphemism, urine, semen: --+ piss,

wasting, water(-ing, [-course, -flood, -spring]).[ql

4326. Miyamin {me-yaw-meem'}; a form for 4509; Mijamin, the name of three

Israelites: --Miamin, Mijamin.[ql

4327. miyn {meen}; from an unused root meaning to portion out; a sort, i.e.

species: --kind. Compare 4480.[ql

4328. m@yuccadah {meh-yoos-saw-daw'}; properly, feminine passive participle

of 3245; something founded, i.e. a foundation: --foundation.[ql

4329. meycak {may-sawk'}; from 5526; a portico (as covered): --covert.[ql

4330. miyts {meets}; from 4160; pressure: --churning, forcing, wringing.[ql

4331. Meysha> {may-shaw'}; from 4185; departure; Mesha, a place in Arabia;

also an Israelite: --Mesha.[ql

4332. Miysha>el {mee-shaw-ale'}; from 4310 and 410 with the abbrev. insep.

relatively [see 834] interposed; who (is) what God (is)?; Mishael, the name

of three Israelites: --Mishael.[ql

4333. Miysha>el (Aramaic) {mee-shaw-ale'}; corresponding to 4332; Mishael,

an Israelite: --Mishael.[ql

4334. miyshowr {mee-shore'}; or miyshor {mee-shore'}; from 3474; a level,

i.e. a plain (often used [with the article prefix] as a properly, name of

certain districts); figuratively, concord; also straightness, i.e.

(figuratively) justice (sometimes adverbially, justly): --equity, even

place, plain, right(-eously), (made) straight, uprightness.[ql

4335. Meyshak {may-shak'}; borrowed from 4336; Meshak, an Israelite:


4336. Meyshak (Aramaic) {may-shak'}; of foreign origin and doubtful

significance; Meshak, the Babylonian name of 4333: --Meshak.[ql

4337. Meysha< {may-shah'}; from 3467; safety; Mesha, an Israelite:


4338. Meysha< {may-shaw'}; a variation for 4337; safety; Mesha, a Moabite:


4339. meyshar {may-shawr'}; from 3474; evenness, i.e. (figuratively)

prosperity or concord; also straightness, i.e. (figuratively) rectitude

(only in plural with singular sense; often adverbially): --agreement,

aright, that are equal, equity, (things that are) right(-eously, things),

sweetly, upright(-ly, -ness).[ql

4340. meythar {may-thar'}; from 3498; a cord (of a tent) [compare 3499] or

the string (of a bow): --cord, string.[ql

4341. mak>ob {mak-obe'}; sometimes mak>owb {mak-obe'}; also (feminine

Isaiah 53:3) mak>obah {mak-o-baw'}; from 3510; anguish or (figuratively)

affliction: --grief, pain, sorrow.[ql

4342. makbiyr {mak-beer'}; transitive participle of 3527; plenty:


4343. Makbena> {mak-bay-naw'}; from the same as 3522; knoll; Macbena, a

place in Palestine settled by him: --Machbenah.[ql

4344. Makbannay {mak-ban-nah'-ee}; patrial from 4343; a Macbannite or

native of Macbena: --Machbanai.[ql

4345. makber {mak-bare'}; from 3527 in the sense of covering [compare

3531]; a grate: --grate.[ql

4346. makbar {mak-bawr'}; from 3527 in the sense of covering; a cloth (as

netted [compare 4345]): --thick cloth.[ql

4347. makkah {mak-kaw'}; or (masculine) makkeh {muk-keh'}; (plural only)

from 5221; a blow (in 2 Chronicles 2:10, of the flail); by implication, a

wound; figuratively, carnage, also pestilence: --beaten, blow, plague,

slaughter, smote, X sore, stripe, stroke, wound([-ed]).[ql

4348. mikvah {mik-vaw'}; from 3554; a burn: --that burneth, burning.[ql

4349. makown {maw-kone'}; from 3559; properly, a fixture, i.e. a basis;

generally a place, especially as an abode: --foundation, habitation,

(dwelling-, settled) place.[ql

4350. m@kownah {mek-o-naw'}; or m@konah {mek-o-naw'}; feminine of 4349; a

pedestal, also a spot: --base.[ql

4351. m@kuwrah {mek-oo-raw'}; or m@korah {mek-o-raw'}; from the same as

3564 in the sense of dipping; origin (as if a mine): --birth, habitation,


4352. Makiy {maw-kee'}; probably from 4134; pining; Maki, an Israelite:


4353. Makiyr {maw-keer'}; from 4376; salesman; Makir, an Israelite:


4354. Makiyriy {maw-kee-ree'}; patronymical from 4353; a Makirite or

descend. of Makir: --of Machir.[ql

4355. makak {maw-kak'}; a primitive root; to tumble (in ruins);

figuratively, to perish: --be brought low, decay.[ql

4356. mikla>ah {mik-law-aw'}; or miklah {mik-law'}; from 3607; a pen (for

flocks): --([sheep-])fold. Compare 4357.[ql

4357. miklah {mik-law'}; from 3615; completion (in plural concrete

adverbial, wholly): --perfect. Compare 4356.[ql

4358. miklowl {mik-lole'}; from 3634; perfection (i.e. concrete adverbial,

splendidly): --most gorgeously, all sorts.[ql

4359. miklal {mik-lawl'}; from 3634; perfection (of beauty):


4360. miklul {mik-lool'}; from 3634; something perfect, i.e. a splendid

garment: --all sorts.[ql

4361. makkoleth {mak-ko'-leth}; from 398; nourishment: --food.[ql

4362. mikman {mik-man'}; from the same as 3646 in the sense of hiding;

treasure (as hidden): --treasure.[ql

4363. Mikmac (Ezra 2:27; Neh. 7:31) {mik-maws'}; or Mikmash {mik-mawsh'};

or Mikmash (Neh. 11:31) {mik-mash'}; from 3647; hidden; Mikmas or Mikmash,

a place in Palestine: --Mikmas, Mikmash.[ql

4364. makmar {mak-mawr'}; or mikmor {mik-more'}; from 3648 in the sense of

blackening by heat; a (hunter's) net (as dark from concealment): --net.[ql

4365. mikmereth {mik-meh'-reth}; or mikmoreth {mik-mo'-reth}; feminine of

4364; a (fisher's) net: --drag, net.[ql

4366. Mikm@thath {mik-meth-awth'}; apparently from an unused root meaning

to hide; concealment; Mikmethath, a place in Palestine: --Michmethath.[ql

4367. Maknadbay {mak-nad-bah'-ee}; from 4100 and 5068 with a particle

interposed; what (is) like (a) liberal (man)?; Maknadbai, an Israelite:


4368. M@konah {mek-o-naw'}; the same as 4350; a base; Mekonah, a place in

Palestine: --Mekonah.[ql

4369. m@kunah {mek-oo-naw'}; the same as 4350; a spot: --base.[ql

4370. miknac {mik-nawce'}; from 3647 in the sense of hiding; (only in dual)

drawers (from concealing the private parts): --breeches.[ql

4371. mekec {meh'-kes}; probably from an unused root meaning to enumerate;

an assessment (as based upon a census): --tribute.[ql

4372. mikceh {mik-seh'}; from 3680; a covering, i.e. weather-boarding:


4373. mikcah {mik-saw'}; feminine of 4371; an enumeration; by implication,

a valuation: --number, worth.[ql

4374. m@kacceh {mek-as-seh'}; from 3680; a covering, i.e. garment;

specifically, a coverlet (for a bed), an awning (from the sun); also the

omentum (as covering the intestines): --clothing, to cover, that which


4375. Makpelah {mak-pay-law'}; from 3717; a fold; Makpelah, a place in

Palestine: --Machpelah.[ql

4376. makar {maw-kar'}; a primitive root; to sell, literally (as

merchandise, a daughter in marriage, into slavery), or figuratively (to

surrender): --X at all, sell (away, -er, self).[ql

4377. meker {meh'-ker}; from 4376; merchandise; also value: --pay, price,


4378. makkar {mak-kawr'}; from 5234; an acquaintance: --acquaintance.[ql

4379. mikreh {mik-reh'}; from 3738; a pit (for salt): --[salt-]pit.[ql

4380. m@kerah {mek-ay-raw'}; probably from the same as 3564 in the sense of

stabbing; a sword: --habitation.[ql

4381. Mikriy {mik-ree'}; from 4376; salesman; Mikri, an Israelite:


4382. M@kerathiy {mek-ay-raw-thee'}; patrial from an unused name (the same

as 4380) of a place in Palestine: a Mekerathite, or inhabitant of Mekerah:


4383. mikshowl {mik-shole'}; or mikshol {mik-shole'}; masculine from 3782;

a stumbling-block, literally or figuratively (obstacle, enticement

[specifically an idol], scruple): --caused to fall, offence, X [no-]thing

offered, ruin, stumbling-block.[ql

4384. makshelah {mak-shay-law'}; feminine from 3782; a stumbling-block, but

only figuratively (fall, enticement [idol]): --ruin, stumbling-block.[ql

4385. miktab {mik-tawb'}; from 3789; a thing written, the characters, or a

document (letter, copy, edict, poem): --writing.[ql

4386. m@kittah {mek-it-taw'}; from 3807; a fracture: --bursting.[ql

4387. miktam {mik-tawm'}; from 3799; an engraving, i.e. (techn.) a poem:


4388. maktesh {mak-taysh'}; from 3806; a mortar; by analogy, a socket (of a

tooth): --hollow place, mortar.[ql

4389. Maktesh {mak-taysh'}; the same as 4388; dell; the Maktesh, a place in

Jerusalem: --Maktesh.[ql

4390. male> {maw-lay'}; or mala> (Esth. 7:5) {maw-law'}; a primitive root,

to fill or (intransitively) be full of, in a wide application (literally

and figuratively): --accomplish, confirm, + consecrate, be at an end, be

expired, be fenced, fill, fulfil, (be, become, X draw, give in, go)

full(-ly, -ly set, tale), [over-]flow, fulness, furnish, gather (selves,

together), presume, replenish, satisfy, set, space, take a [hand-]full, +

have wholly.[ql

4391. m@la> (Aramaic) {mel-aw'}; corresponding to 4390; to fill: --fill, be


4392. male> {maw-lay'}; from 4390; full (literally or figuratively) or

filling (literally); also (concretely) fulness; adverbially, fully: --X she

that was with child, fill(-ed, -ed with), full(-ly), multitude, as is


4393. m@lo> {mel-o'}; rarely m@low> {mel-o'}; or m@low (Ezekiel 41:8),

{mel-o'}; from 4390; fulness (literally or figuratively): --X all along, X

all that is (there-)in, fill, (X that whereof...was) full, fulness,

[hand-]full, multitude.[ql

4394. millu> {mil-loo'}; from 4390; a fulfilling (only in plural), i.e.

(literally) a setting (of gems), or (technically) consecration (also

concretely, a dedicatory sacrifice): --consecration, be set.[ql

4395. m@le>ah {mel-ay-aw'}; feminine of 4392; something fulfilled, i.e.

abundance (of produce): --(first of ripe) fruit, fulness.[ql

4396. millu>ah {mil-loo-aw'}; feminine of 4394; a filling, i.e. setting (of

gems): --inclosing, setting.[ql

4397. mal>ak {mal-awk'}; from an unused root meaning to despatch as a

deputy; a messenger; specifically, of God, i.e. an angel (also a prophet,

priest or teacher): --ambassador, angel, king, messenger.[ql

4398. mal>ak (Aramaic) {mal-ak'}; corresponding to 4397; an angel:


4399. m@la>kah {mel-aw-kaw'}; from the same as 4397; properly, deputyship,

i.e. ministry; generally, employment (never servile) or work (abstractly or

concretely); also property (as the result of labor): --business, + cattle,

+ industrious, occupation, (+ -pied), + officer, thing (made), use, (manner

of) work([-man], -manship).[ql

4400. mal>akuwth {mal-ak-ooth'}; from the same as 4397; a message:


4401. Mal<akiy {mal-aw-kee'}; from the same as 4397; ministrative; Malaki,

a prophet: --Malachi.[ql

4402. mille>th {mil-layth'}; from 4390; fulness, i.e. (concretely) a plump

socket (of the eye): --X fitly.[ql

4403. malbuwsh {mal-boosh'}; or malbush {mal-boosh'}; from 3847; a garment,

or (collectively) clothing: --apparel, raiment, vestment.[ql

4404. malben {mal-bane'}; from 3835 (denominative); a brick-kiln:


4405. millah {mil-law'}; from 4448 (plural masculine as if from milleh

{mil-leh'}; a word; collectively, a discourse; figuratively, a topic: --+

answer, by-word, matter, any thing (what) to say, to speak(-ing), speak,

talking, word.[ql

4406. millah (Aramaic) {mil-law'}; corresponding to 4405; a word, command,

discourse, or subject: --commandment, matter, thing. word.[ql

4407. millow> {mil-lo'}; or mil-lo> (2 Kings 12:20) {mil-lo'}; from 4390; a

rampart (as filled in), i.e. the citadel: --Millo. See also 1037.[ql

4408. malluwach {mal-loo'-akh}; from 4414; sea-purslain (from its

saltness): --mallows.[ql

4409. Malluwk {mal-luke'}; or Malluwkiy (Neh. 12:14) {mal-loo-kee'}; from

4427; remnant; Malluk, the name of five Israelites: --Malluch, Melichu

[from the margin].[ql

4410. m@luwkah {mel-oo-kaw'}; feminine passive participle of 4427;

something ruled, i.e. a realm: --kingsom, king's, X royal.[ql

4411. malown {maw-lone'}; from 3885; a lodgment, i.e. caravanserai or

encampment: --inn, place where...lodge, lodging (place).[ql

4412. m@luwnah {mel-oo-naw'}; feminine from 3885; a hut, a hammock:

--cottage, lodge.[ql

4413. Mallowthiy {mal-lo'-thee}; apparently from 4448; I have talked (i.e.

loquacious): --Mallothi, an Israelite: --Mallothi.[ql

4414. malach {maw-lakh'}; a primitive root; properly, to rub to pieces or

pulverize; intransitively, to disappear as dust; also (as denominative from

4417) to salt whether internally (to season with salt) or externally (to

rub with salt): --X at all, salt, season, temper together, vanish away. [ql

4415. m@lach (Aramaic) {mel-akh'}; corresponding to 4414; to eat salt, i.e.

(generally) subsist: --+ have maintenance.[ql

4416. m@lach (Aramaic) {mel-akh'}; from 4415; salt: --+ maintenance,


4417. melach {meh'-lakh}; from 4414; properly, powder, i.e. (specifically)

salt (as easily pulverized and dissolved: --salt([-pit]).[ql

4418. malach {maw-lawkh'}; from 4414 in its original sense; a rag or old

garment: --rotten rag.[ql

4419. mallach {mal-lawkh'}; from 4414 in its second. sense; a sailor (as

following "the salt"): --mariner.[ql

4420. m@lechah {mel-ay-khaw'}; from 4414 (in its denominative sense);

properly, salted (i.e. land [776 being understood]), i.e. a desert:

--barren land(-ness), salt [land].[ql

4421. milchamah {mil-khaw-maw'}; from 3898 (in the sense of fighting); a

battle (i.e. the engagement); generally, war (i.e. warfare): --battle,

fight(-ing), war([-rior]).[ql

4422. malat {maw-lat'}; a primitive root; properly, to be smooth, i.e. (by

implication) to escape (as if by slipperiness); causatively, to release or

rescue; specifically, to bring forth young, emit sparks: --deliver (self),

escape, lay, leap out, let alone, let go, preserve, save, X speedily, X


4423. melet {meh'-let}; from 4422, cement (from its plastic smoothness):


4424. M@latyah {mel-at-yaw'}; from 4423 and 3050; (whom) Jah has delivered;

Melatjah, a Gibeonite: --Melatiah.[ql

4425. m@liylah {mel-ee-law'}; from 4449 (in the sense of cropping [compare

4135]); a head of grain (as cut off): --ear.[ql

4426. m@liytsah {mel-ee-tsaw'}; from 3887; an aphorism; also a satire:

--interpretation, taunting.[ql

4427. malak {maw-lak'}; a primitive root; to reign; inceptively, to ascend

the throne; causatively, to induct into royalty; hence (by implication) to

take counsel: --consult, X indeed, be (make, set a, set up) king, be (make)

queen, (begin to, make to) reign(-ing), rule, X surely.[ql

4428. melek {meh'-lek}; from 4427; a king: --king, royal.[ql

4429. Melek {meh'-lek}; the same as 4428; king; Melek, the name of two

Israelites: --Melech, Hammelech [by including the article].[ql

4430. melek (Aramaic) {meh'-lek}; corresponding to 4428; a king: --king,


4431. m@lak (Aramaic) {mel-ak'}; from a root corresponding to 4427 in the

sense of consultation: advice: --counsel.[ql

4432. Molek {mo'-lek}; from 4427; Molek (i.e. king), the chief deity of the

Ammonites: --Molech. Compare 4445.[ql

4433. malka> (Aramaic) {mal-kaw'}; corresponding to 4436; a queen:


4434. malkodeth {mal-ko'-deth}; from 3920; a snare: --trap.[ql

4435. Milkah {mil-kaw'}; a form of 4436; queen; Milcah, the name of a

Hebrewess and of an Israelite: --Milcah.[ql

4436. malkah {mal-kaw'}; feminine of 4428; a queen: --queen.[ql

4437. malkuw (Aramaic) {mal-koo'}; corresponding to 4438; dominion

(abstractly or concretely): --kingdom, kingly, realm, reign.[ql

4438. malkuwth {mal-kooth'}; or malkuth {mal-kooth'}; or (in plural)

malkuyah {mal-koo-yah'}; from 4427; a rule; concretely, a dominion:

--empire, kingdom, realm, reign, royal.[ql

4439. Malkiy>el {mal-kee-ale'}; from 4428 and 410; king of (i.e. appointed

by) God; Malkiel, an Israelite: --Malchiel.[ql

4440. Malkiy>eliy {mal-kee-ay-lee'}; patronymical from 4439; a Malkielite

or descendant of Malkiel: --Malchielite.[ql

4441. Malkiyah {mal-kee-yaw'}; or Malkiyahuw (Jer. 38:6),

{mal-kee-yaw'-hoo}; from 4428 and 3050; king of (i.e. appointed by) Jah;

Malkijah, the name of ten Israelites: --Malchiah, Malchijah.[ql

4442. Malkiy-Tsedeq {mal-kee-tseh'-dek}; from 4428 and 6664; king of right;

Malki-Tsedek, an early king in Palestine: --Melchizedek.[ql

4443. Malkiyram {mal-kee-rawm'}; from 4428 and 7311; king of a high one

(i.e. of exaltation); Malkiram, an Israelite: --Malchiram.[ql

4444. Malkiyshuwa< {mal-kee-shoo'-ah}; from 4428 and 7769; king of wealth;

Malkishua, an Israelite: --Malchishua.[ql

4445. Malkam {mal-kawm'}; or Milkowm {mil-kome'}; from 4428 for 4432;

Malcam or Milcom, the national idol of the Ammonites: --Malcham, Milcom.[ql

4446. m@leketh {mel-eh'-keth}; from 4427; a queen: --queen.[ql

4447. Moleketh {mo-leh'-keth}; feminine active participle of 4427; queen;

Moleketh, an Israelitess: --Hammoleketh [including the article].[ql

4448. malal {maw-lal'}; a primitive root; to speak (mostly poetical) or

say: --say, speak, utter.[ql

4449. m@lal (Aramaic) {mel-al'}; corresponding to 4448; to speak: --say,


4450. Milalay {mee-lal-ah'-ee}; from 4448; talkative; Milalai, an

Israelite: --Milalai.[ql

4451. malmad {mal-mawd'}; from 3925; a goad for oxen: --goad.[ql

4452. malats {maw-lats'}; a primitive root; to be smooth, i.e.

(figuratively) pleasant: --be sweet.[ql

4453. meltsar {mel-tsawr'}; of Persian derivation; the butler or other

officer in the Babylonian court: --Melzar.[ql

4454. malaq {maw-lak'}; a primitive root; to crack a joint; by implication,

to wring the neck of a fowl (without separating it): --wring off.[ql

4455. malqowach {mal-ko'-akh}; from 3947; transitively (in dual) the jaws

(as taking food); intransitively, spoil [and captives] (as taken): --booty,

jaws, prey.[ql

4456. malqowsh {mal-koshe'}; from 3953; the spring rain (compare 3954);

figuratively, eloquence: --latter rain.[ql

4457. melqach {mel-kawkh'}; or malqach {mal-kawkh'}; from 3947; (only in

dual) tweezers: --snuffers, tongs.[ql

4458. meltachah {mel-taw-khaw'}; from an unused root meaning to spread out;

a wardrobe (i.e. room where clothing is spread): --vestry.[ql

4459. malta<ah {mal-taw-aw'}; transp. for 4973; a grinder, i.e. back tooth:

--great tooth.[ql

4460. mamm@gurah {mam-meg-oo-raw'}; from 4048 (in the sense of depositing);

a granary: --barn.[ql

4461. memad {may-mad'}; from 4058; a measure: --measure.[ql

4462. M@muwkan {mem-oo-kawn'}; or (transp.) Mowmukan (Esth. 1:16)

{mo-moo-kawn'}; of Persian derivation; Memucan or Momucan, a Persian

satrap: --Memucan.[ql

4463. mamowth {maw-mothe'}; from 4191; a mortal disease; concretely, a

corpse: --death.[ql

4464. mamzer {mam-zare'}; from an unused root meaning to alienate; a

mongrel, i.e. born of a Jewish father and a heathen mother: --bastard.[ql

4465. mimkar {mim-kawr'}; from 4376; merchandise; abstractly, a selling:

--X ought, (that which cometh of) sale, that which...sold, ware.[ql

4466. mimkereth {mim-keh'-reth}; feminine of 4465; a sale: --+ sold as.[ql

4467. mamlakah {mam-law-kaw'}; from 4427; dominion, i.e. (abstractly) the

estate (rule) or (concretely) the country (realm): --kingdom, king's,

reign, royal.[ql

4468. mamlakuwth {mam-law-kooth'}; a form of 4467 and equiv. to it:

--kingdom, reign.[ql

4469. mamcak {mam-sawk'}; from 4537; mixture, i.e. (specifically) wine

mixed (with water or spices): --drink-offering, mixed wine.[ql

4470. memer {meh'-mer}; from an unused root meaning to grieve; sorrow:


4471. Mamre> {mam-ray'}; from 4754(in the sense of vigor); lusty; Mamre, an

Amorite: --Mamre.[ql

4472. mamror {mam-rore'}; from 4843; a bitterness, i.e. (figuratively)

calamity: --bitterness.[ql

4473. mimshach {mim-shakh'}; from 4886, in the sense of expansion;

outspread (i.e. with outstretched wings): --anointed.[ql

4474. mimshal {mim-shawl'}; from 4910; a ruler or (abstractly) rule:

--dominion, that ruled.[ql

4475. memshalah {mem-shaw-law'}; feminine of 4474; rule; also (concretely

in plural) a realm or a ruler: --dominion, government, power, to rule.[ql

4476. mimshaq {mim-shawk'}; from the same as 4943; a possession:


4477. mamtaq {mam-tak'}; from 4985; something sweet (literally or

figuratively): --(most) sweet.[ql

4478. man {mawn}; from 4100; literally, a whatness (so to speak), i.e.

manna (so called from the question about it): --manna.[ql

4479. man (Aramaic) {mawn}; from 4101; who or what (properly,

interrogatively, hence, also indefinitely and relatively): --what,

who(-msoever, + -so).[ql

4480. min {min}; or minniy {min-nee'}; or minney (constructive plural)

{min-nay'}; (Isaiah 30:11); for 4482; properly, a part of; hence

(prepositionally), from or out of in many senses (as follows): --above,

after, among, at, because of, by (reason of), from (among), in, X neither,

X nor, (out) of, over, since, X then, through, X whether, with.[ql

4481. min (Aramaic) {min}; corresponding to 4480: --according, after, +

because, + before, by, for, from, X him, X more than, (out) of, part,

since, X these, to, upon, + when.[ql

4482. men {mane}; from an unused root meaning to apportion; a part; hence,

a musical chord (as parted into strings): --in [the same] (Psalm 68:23),

stringed instrument (Psalm 150:4), whereby (Psalm 45:8 [defective


4483. m@na> (Aramaic) {men-aw'}; or m@nah (Aramaic) {men-aw'};

corresponding to 4487; to count, appoint: --number, ordain, set.[ql

4484. mene> (Aramaic) {men-ay'}; passive participle of 4483; numbered:


4485. mangiynah {man-ghee-naw'}; from 5059; a satire: --music.[ql

4486. manda< (Aramaic) {man-dah'}; corresponding to 4093; wisdom or

intelligence: --knowledge, reason, understanding.[ql

4487. manah {maw-naw'}; a primitive root; properly, to weigh out; by

implication, to allot or constitute officially; also to enumerate or

enroll: --appoint, count, number, prepare, set, tell.[ql

4488. maneh {maw-neh'}; from 4487; properly, a fixed weight or measured

amount, i.e. (techn.) a maneh or mina: --maneh, pound.[ql

4489. moneh {mo-neh'}; from 4487; properly, something weighed out, i.e.

(figuratively) a portion of time, i.e. an instance: --time.[ql

4490. manah {maw-naw'}; from 4487; properly, something weighed out, i.e.

(generally) a division; specifically (of food) a ration; also a lot: --such

things as belonged, part, portion.[ql

4491. minhag {min-hawg'}; from 5090; the driving (of a chariot):


4492. minharah {min-haw-raw'}; from 5102; properly, a channel or fissure,

i.e. (by implication) a cavern: --den.[ql

4493. manowd {maw-node'}; from 5110 a nodding or toss (of the head in

derision): --shaking.[ql

4494. manowach {maw-no'-akh}; from 5117; quiet, i.e. (concretely) a settled

spot, or (figuratively) a home: --(place of) rest.[ql

4495. Manowach {maw-no'-akh}; the same as 4494; rest; Manoach, an

Israelite: --Manoah.[ql

4496. m@nuwchah {men-oo-khaw'}; or m@nuchah {men-oo-khaw'}; feminine of

4495; repose or (adverbially) peacefully; figuratively, consolation

(specifically, matrimony); hence (concretely) an abode: --comfortable,

ease, quiet, rest(-ing place), still.[ql

4497. manown {maw-nohn'}; from 5125; a continuator, i.e. heir: --son.[ql

4498. manowc {maw-noce'}; from 5127; a retreat (literally or figuratively);

abstractly, a fleeing: --X apace, escape, way to flee, flight, refuge.[ql

4499. m@nuwcah {men-oo-saw'}; or m@nucah {men-oo-saw'}; feminine of 4498;

retreat: --fleeing, flight.[ql

4500. manowr {maw-nore'}; from 5214; a yoke (properly, for plowing), i.e.

the frame of a loom: --beam.[ql

4501. m@nowrah {men-o-raw'}; or m@norah {men-o-raw'}; feminine of 4500 (in

the original sense of 5216); a chandelier: --candlestick.[ql

4502. minn@zar {min-ez-awr'}; from 5144; a prince: --crowned.[ql

4503. minchah {min-khaw'}; from an unused root meaning to apportion, i.e.

bestow; a donation; euphemistically, tribute; specifically a sacrificial

offering (usually bloodless and voluntary): --gift, oblation, (meat)

offering, present, sacrifice.[ql

4504. minchah (Aramaic) {min-khaw'}; corresponding to 4503; a sacrificial

offering: --oblation, meat offering.[ql

4505. M@nachem {men-akh-ame'}; from 5162; comforter; Menachem, an

Israelite: --Menahem.[ql

4506. Manachath {maw-nakh'-ath}; from 5117; rest; Manachath, the name of an

Edomite and of a place in Moab: --Manahath.[ql

4507. M@niy {men-ee'}; from 4487; the Apportioner, i.e. Fate (as an idol):


4508. Minniy {min-nee'}; of foreign derivation; Minni, an Armenian

province: --Minni.[ql

4509. Minyamiyn {min-yaw-meen'}; from 4480 and 3225; from (the) right hand;

Minjamin, the name of two Israelites: --Miniamin. Compare 4326. [ql

4510. minyan (Aramaic) {min-yawn'}; from 4483; enumeration: --number. [ql

4511. Minniyth {min-neeth'}; from the same as 4482; enumeration; Minnith, a

place East of the Jordan: --Minnith.[ql

4512. minleh {min-leh'}; from 5239; completion, i.e. (in produce) wealth:


4513. mana< {maw-nah'}; a primitive root; to debar (negatively or

positively) from benefit or injury: --deny, keep (back), refrain, restrain,


4514. man<uwl {man-ool'}; or man<ul {man-ool'}; from 5274; a bolt:


4515. man<al {man-awl'}; from 5274; a bolt: --shoe.[ql

4516. man<am {man-am'}; from 5276; a delicacy: --dainty.[ql

4517. m@na<na< {men-ah-ah'}; from 5128; a sistrum (so called from its

rattling sound): --cornet.[ql

4518. m@naqqiyth {men-ak-keeth'}; from 5352; a sacrificial basin (for

holding blood): --bowl.[ql

4519. M@nashsheh {men-ash-sheh'}; from 5382; causing to forget; Menashsheh,

a grandson of Jacob, also the tribe descended from him, and its territory:


4520. M@nashshiy {men-ash-shee'}; from 4519; a Menashshite or descendant of

Menashsheh: --of Manasseh, Manassites.[ql

4521. m@nath {men-awth'}; from 4487; an allotment (by courtesy, law or

providence): --portion.[ql

4522. mac {mas}; or mic {mees}; from 4549; properly, a burden (as causing

to faint), i.e. a tax in the form of forced labor: --discomfited, levy,

task[-master], tribute(-tary).[ql

4523. mac {mawce}; from 4549; fainting, i.e. (figuratively) disconsolate:

--is afflicted.[ql

4524. mecab {may-sab'}; plural masculine m@cibbiym {mes-ib-beem'}; or

feminine m@cibbowth {mes-ib-bohth'}; from 5437; a divan (as enclosing the

room); abstractly (adverbial) around: --that compass about, (place) round

about, at table.[ql

4525. macger {mas-gare'}; from 5462; a fastener, i.e. (of a person) a

smith, (of a thing) a prison: --prison, smith.[ql

4526. micgereth {mis-gheh'-reth}; from 5462; something enclosing, i.e. a

margin (of a region, of a panel); concretely, a stronghold: --border, close

place, hole.[ql

4527. maccad {mas-sad'}; from 3245; a foundation: --foundation.[ql

4528. micd@rown {mis-der-ohn'}; from the same as 5468; a colonnade or

internal portico (from its rows of pillars): --porch.[ql

4529. macah {maw-saw'}; a primitive root; to dissolve: --make to consume

away, (make to) melt, water.[ql

4530. miccah {mis-saw'}; from 4549 (in the sense of flowing); abundance,

i.e. (adverbially) liberally: --tribute.[ql

4531. maccah {mas-saw'}; from 5254; a testing, of men (judicial) or of God

(querulous): --temptation, trial.[ql

4532. Maccah {mas-saw'}; the same as 4531; Massah, a place in the Desert:


4533. macveh {mas-veh'}; apparently from an unused root meaning to cover; a

veil: --vail.[ql

4534. m@cuwkah {mes-oo-kaw'}; for 4881; a hedge: --thorn hedge.[ql

4535. maccach {mas-sawkh'}; from 5255 in the sense of staving off; a

cordon, (adverbially) or (as a) military barrier: --broken down.[ql

4536. micchar {mis-khawr'}; from 5503; trade: --traffic.[ql

4537. macak {maw-sak'}; a primitive root; to mix, especially wine (with

spices): --mingle.[ql

4538. mecek {meh'-sek}; from 4537; a mixture, i.e. of wine with spices:


4539. macak {maw-sawk'}; from 5526; a cover, i.e. veil: --covering,

curtain, hanging.[ql

4540. m@cukkah {mes-ook-kaw'} from 5526; a covering, i.e. garniture:


4541. maccekah {mas-say-kaw'}; from 5258; properly, a pouring over, i.e.

fusion of metal (especially a cast image); by implication, a libation, i.e.

league; concretely a coverlet (as if poured out): --covering, molten

(image), vail.[ql

4542. micken {mis-kane'}; from 5531; indigent: --poor (man).[ql

4543. mick@nah {mis-ken-aw'}; by transp. from 3664; a magazine:

--store(-house), treasure.[ql

4544. mickenuth {mis-kay-nooth'}; from 4542; indigence: --scarceness.[ql

4545. macceketh {mas-seh'-keth}; from 5259 in the sense of spreading out;

something expanded, i.e. the warp in a loom (as stretched out to receive

the woof): --web.[ql

4546. m@cillah {mes-il-law'}; from 5549; a thoroughfare (as turnpiked),

literally or figuratively; specifically a viaduct, a staircase: --causeway,

course, highway, path, terrace.[ql

4547. macluwl {mas-lool'}; from 5549; a thoroughfare (as turnpiked):


4548. macmer {mas-mare'}; or micmer {mis-mare'}; also (feminine) macm@rah

{mas-mer-aw'}; or micm@rah {mis-mer-aw'}; or even masm@rah (Eccles. 12:11)

{mas-mer-aw'}; from 5568; a peg (as bristling from the surface): --nail.[ql

4549. macac {maw-sas'}; a primitive root; to liquefy; figuratively, to

waste (with disease), to faint (with fatigue, fear or grief): --discourage,

faint, be loosed, melt (away), refuse, X utterly.[ql

4550. macca< {mas-sah'}; from 5265; a departure (from striking the tents),

i.e. march (not necessarily a single day's travel); by implication, a

station (or point of departure): --journey(-ing).[ql

4551. macca< {mas-saw'}; from 5265 in the sense of projecting; a missile

(spear or arrow); also a quarry (whence stones are, as it were, ejected):

--before it was brought, dart.[ql

4552. mic<ad {mis-awd'}' from 5582; a balustrade (for stairs): --pillar.[ql

4553. micepd {mis-pade'}; from 5594; a lamentation: --lamentation, one

mourneth, mourning, wailing.[ql

4554. micpow> {mis-po'}; from an unused root meaning to collect; fodder:


4555. micpachah {mis-paw-khaw'}; from 5596; a veil (as spread out):


4556. micpachath {mis-pakh'-ath}; from 5596; scruf (as spreading over the

surface): --scab.[ql

4557. micpar {mis-pawr'}; from 5608; a number, definite (arithmetical) or

indefinite (large, innumerable; small, a few); also (abstractly) narration:

--+ abundance, account, X all, X few, [in-]finite, (certain) number(-ed),

tale, telling, + time.[ql

4558. Micpar {mis-pawr'}; the same as 4457; number; Mispar, an Israelite:

--Mizpar. Compare 4559.[ql

4559. Micpereth {mis-peh'-reth}; feminine of 4437; enumeration; Mispereth,

an Israelite: --Mispereth. Compare 4458.[ql

4560. macar {maw-sar'}; a primitive root; to sunder, i.e. (transitively)

set apart, or (reflex.) apostatize: --commit, deliver.[ql

4561. mocar {mo-sawr'}; from 3256; admonition: --instruction.[ql

4562. macoreth {maw-so'-reth}; from 631; a band: --bond.[ql

4563. mictowr {mis-tore'}; from 5641; a refuge: --covert.[ql

4564. macter {mas-tare'}; from 5641; properly, a hider, i.e. (abstractly) a

hiding, i.e. aversion: --hid.[ql

4565. mictar {mis-tawr'}; from 5641; properly, a concealer, i.e. a covert:

--secret(-ly, place).[ql

4566. ma<bad {mah-bawd'}; from 5647; an act: --work.[ql

4567. ma<bad (Aramaic) {mah-bawd'}; corresponding to 4566; an act:


4568. ma<abeh {mah-ab-eh'}; from 5666; properly, compact (part of soil),

i.e. loam: --clay.[ql

4569. ma<abar {mah-ab-awr'}; or feminine ma<abarah {mah-ab-aw-raw'}; from

5674; a crossing-place (of a river, a ford; of a mountain, a pass);

abstractly, a transit, i.e. (figuratively) overwhelming: --ford, place

where...pass, passage.[ql

4570. ma<gal {mah-gawl'}; or feminine ma<galah {mah-gaw-law'}; from the

same as 5696; a track (literally or figuratively); also a rampart (as

circular): --going, path, trench, way([-side]).[ql

4571. ma<ad {maw-ad'}; a primitive root; to waver: --make to shake, slide,


4572. Ma<aday {mah-ad-ah'-ee}; from 5710; ornamental; Maadai, an Israelite:


4573. Ma<adyah {mah-ad-yaw'}; from 5710 and 3050; ornament of Jah; Maadjah,

an Israelite: --Maadiah. Compare 4153.[ql

4574. ma<adan {mah-ad-awn'}; or (feminine) ma<adannah {mah-ad-an-naw'};

from 5727; a delicacy or (abstractly) pleasure (adverbially, cheerfully):

--dainty, delicately, delight.[ql

4575. ma<adannah {mah-ad-an-naw'}; by transitive from 6029; a bond, i.e.

group: --influence.[ql

4576. ma<der {mah-dare'}; from 5737; a (weeding) hoe: --mattock.[ql

4577. m@<ah (Aramaic) {meh-aw'}; or m@<a> (Aramaic) {meh-aw'};

corresponding to 4578; only in plural the bowels: --belly.[ql

4578. me<ah {may-aw'}; from an unused root probably meaning to be soft;

used only in plural the intestines, or (collectively) the abdomen,

figuratively, sympathy; by implication, a vest; by extens. the stomach, the

uterus (or of men, the seat of generation), the heart (figuratively):

--belly, bowels, X heart, womb.[ql

4579. me<ah {may-aw'}; feminine of 4578; the belly, i.e. (figuratively)

interior: --gravel.[ql

4580. ma<owg {maw-ogue'}; from 5746; a cake of bread (with 3934 a

table-buffoon, i.e. parasite): --cake, feast.[ql

4581. ma<owz {maw-oze'} (also ma<uwz {maw-ooz'}); or ma<oz {maw-oze'} (also

ma<uz {maw-ooz'}; from 5810; a fortified place; figuratively, a defence:

--force, fort(-ress), rock, strength(-en), (X most) strong (hold).[ql

4582. Ma<owk {maw-oke'}; from 4600; oppressed; Maok, a Philistine:


4583. ma<own {maw-ohn'}; or ma<iyn (1 Chronicles 4:41) {maw-een'}; from the

same as 5772; an abode, of God (the Tabernacle or the Temple), men (their

home) or animals (their lair); hence, a retreat (asylum): --den,

dwelling([-]place), habitation.[ql

4584. Ma<own {maw-ohn'}; the same as 4583; a residence; Maon, the name of

an Israelite and of a place in Palestine: --Maon, Maonites. Compare 1010,


4585. m@<ownah {meh-o-naw'}; or m@<onah {meh-o-naw'}; feminine of 4583, and

meaning the same: --den, habitation, (dwelling) place, refuge.[ql

4586. M@<uwniy {meh-oo-nee'}; or M@<iyniy {meh-ee-nee'}; probably patrial

from 4584; a Meunite, or inhabitant of Maon (only in plural):

--Mehunim(-s), Meunim.[ql

4587. M@<ownothay {meh-o-no-thah'-ee}; plural of 4585; habitative;

Meonothai, an Israelite: --Meonothai.[ql

4588. ma<uwph {maw-off'}; from 5774 in the sense of covering with shade

[compare 4155]; darkness: --dimness.[ql

4589. ma<owr {maw-ore'}; from 5783; nakedness, i.e. (in plural) the

pudenda: --nakedness.[ql

4590. Ma<azyah {mah-az-yaw'}; or Ma<azyahuw {mah-az-yaw'-hoo}; probably

from 5756 (in the sense of protection) and 3050; rescue of Jah; Maazjah,

the name of two Israelites: --Maaziah.[ql

4591. ma<at {maw-at'}; a primitive root; properly, to pare off, i.e.

lessen; intransitively, to be (or causatively, to make) small or few (or

figuratively, ineffective): --suffer to decrease, diminish, (be, X borrow

a, give, make) few (in number, -ness), gather least (little), be (seem)

little, (X give the) less, be minished, bring to nothing.[ql

4592. m@<at {meh-at'}; or m@<at {meh-awt'}; from 4591; a little or few

(often adverbial or compar.): --almost (some, very) few(-er, -est),

lightly, little (while), (very) small (matter, thing), some, soon, X


4593. ma<ot {maw-ote'}; passive adjective of 4591; thinned (as to the

edge), i.e. sharp: --wrapped up.[ql

4594. ma<ateh {mah-at-eh'}; from 5844; a vestment: --garment.[ql

4595. ma<ataphah {mah-at-aw-faw'}; from 5848; a cloak: --mantle.[ql

4596. m@<iy {meh-ee'}; from 5753; a pile of rubbish (as contorted), i.e. a

ruin (compare 5856): --heap.[ql

4597. Ma<ai {maw-ah'-ee}; probably from 4578; sympathetic; Maai, an

Israelite: --Maai.[ql

4598. m@<iyl {meh-eel'}; from 4603 in the sense of covering; a robe (i.e.

upper and outer garment): --cloke, coat, mantle, robe.[ql

4599. ma<yan {mah-yawn'}; or ma<y@now (Psa. 114:8) {mah-yen-o'}; or

(feminine) ma<yanah {mah-yaw-naw'}; from 5869 (as a denominative in the

sense of a spring); a fountain (also collectively), figuratively, a source

(of satisfaction): --fountain, spring, well.[ql

4600. ma<ak {maw-ak'}; a primitive root; to press, i.e. to pierce,

emasculate, handle: --bruised, stuck, be pressed.[ql

4601. Ma<akah {mah-ak-aw'}; or Ma<akath (Josh. 13:13) {mah-ak-awth'}; from

4600; depression; Maakah (or Maakath), the name of a place in Syria, also

of a Mesopotamian, of three Israelites, and of four Israelitesses and one

Syrian woman: --Maachah, Maachathites. See also 1038.[ql

4602. Ma<akathiy {mah-ak-aw-thee'}; patrial from 4601; a Maakathite, or

inhabitant of Maakah: --Maachathite.[ql

4603. ma<al {maw-al'}; a primitive root; properly, to cover up; used only

figuratively, to act covertly, i.e. treacherously: --transgress, (commit,

do a) trespass(-ing).[ql

4604. ma<al {mah'-al}; from 4603; treachery, i.e. sin: --falsehood,

grievously, sore, transgression, trespass, X very.[ql

4605. ma<al {mah'al}; from 5927; properly, the upper part, used only

adverbially with prefix upward, above, overhead, from the top, etc.:

--above, exceeding(-ly), forward, on (X very) high, over, up(-on, -ward),


4606. me<al (Aramaic) {may-awl'}; from 5954; (only in plural as singular)

the setting (of the sun): --going down.[ql

4607. mo<al {mo'-al}; from 5927; a raising (of the hands): --lifting up.[ql

4608. ma<aleh {mah-al-eh'}; from 5927; an elevation, i.e. (concretely)

acclivity or platform; abstractly (the relation or state) a rise or

(figuratively) priority: --ascent, before, chiefest, cliff, that goeth up,

going up, hill, mounting up, stairs.[ql

4609. ma<alah {mah-al-aw'}; feminine of 4608; elevation, i.e. the act

(literally, a journey to a higher place, figuratively, a thought arising),

or (concretely) the condition (literally, a step or grade-mark,

figuratively, a superiority of station); specifically a climactic

progression (in certain Psalms): --things that come up, (high) degree,

deal, go up, stair, step, story.[ql

4610. Ma<aleh <Aqrabbiym {mah-al-ay' ak-rab-beem'}; from 4608 and (the

plural of) 6137; Steep of Scorpions, a place in the Desert:

--Maaleh-accrabim, the ascent (going up) of Akrabbim.[ql

4611. ma<alal {mah-al-awl'}; from 5953; an act (good or bad): --doing,

endeavour, invention, work.[ql

4612. ma<amad {mah-am-awd'}; from 5975; (figuratively) a position:

--attendance, office, place, state.[ql

4613. mo<omad {moh-om-awd'}; from 5975; literally, a foothold:


4614. ma<amacah {mah-am-aw-saw'}; from 6006; burdensomeness:


4615. ma<amaq {mah-am-awk'}; from 6009; a deep: --deep, depth.[ql

4616. ma<an {mah'-an}; from 6030; properly, heed, i.e. purpose; used only

adverbially, on account of (as a motive or an aim), teleologically, in

order that: --because of, to the end (intent) that, for (to,... 's sake), +

lest, that, to.[ql

4617. ma<aneh {mah-an-eh'}; from 6030; a reply (favorable or

contradictory): --answer, X himself.[ql

4618. ma<anah {mah-an-aw'}; from 6031, in the sense of depression or

tilling; a furrow: --+ acre, furrow.[ql

4619. Ma<ats {mah'-ats}; from 6095; closure; Maats, an Israelite:


4620. ma<atsebah {mah-ats-ay-baw'}; from 6087; anguish: --sorrow.[ql

4621. ma<atsad {mah-ats-awd'}; from an usused root meaning to hew; an axe:

--ax, tongs.[ql

4622. ma<tsowr {mah-tsore'}; from 6113; objectively, a hindrance:


4623. ma<tsar {mah-tsawr'}; from 6113; subjectively, control: --rule.[ql

4624. ma<aqeh {mah-ak-eh'}; from an unused root meaning to repress; a

parapet: --battlement.[ql

4625. ma<aqash {mah-ak-awsh'}; from 6140; a crook (in a road): --crooked


4626. ma<ar {mah'-ar}; from 6168; a nude place, i.e. (literally) the

pudenda, or (figuratively) a vacant space: --nakedness, proportion.[ql

4627. ma<arab {mah-ar-awb'}; from 6148, in the sense of trading; traffic;

by implication, mercantile goods: --market, merchandise.[ql

4628. ma<arab {mah-ar-awb'}; or (feminine) ma<arabah {mah-ar-aw-baw'}; from

6150, in the sense of shading; the west (as a region of the evening sun):


4629. ma<areh {mah-ar-eh'}; from 6168; a nude place, i.e. a common:


4630. ma<arah {mah-ar-aw'}; feminine of 4629; an open spot: --army [from

the margin].[ql

4631. m@<arah {meh-aw-raw'}; from 5783; a cavern (as dark): --cave, den,


4632. M@<arah {meh-aw-raw'}; the same as 4631; cave; Mearah, a place in

Palestine: -- Mearah.[ql

4633. ma<arak {mah-ar-awk'}; from 6186; an arrangement, i.e. (figuratively)

mental disposition: --preparation.[ql

4634. ma<arakah {mah-ar-aw-kaw'}; feminine of 4633; an arrangement;

concretely, a pile; specifically a military array: --army, fight, be set in

order, ordered place, rank, row.[ql

4635. ma<areketh {mah-ar-eh'-keth}; from 6186; an arrangement, i.e.

(concretely) a pile (of loaves): --row, shewbread.[ql

4636. ma<arom {mah-ar-ome'}; from 6191, in the sense of stripping; bare:


4637. ma<aratsah {mah-ar-aw-tsaw'}; from 6206; violence: --terror.[ql

4638. Ma<arath {mah-ar-awth'}; a form of 4630; waste; Maarath, a place in

Palestine: --Maarath.[ql

4639. ma<aseh {mah-as-eh'}; from 6213; an action (good or bad); generally,

a transaction; abstractly, activity; by implication, a product

(specifically, a poem) or (generally) property: --act, art, + bakemeat,

business, deed, do(-ing), labor, thing made, ware of making, occupation,

thing offered, operation, possession, X well, ([handy-, needle-,

net-])work(ing, -manship), wrought.[ql

4640. Ma<say {mah-as-ah'ee}; from 6213; operative; Maasai, an Israelite:


4641. Ma<aseyah {mah-as-ay-yaw'}; or Ma<aseyahuw {mah-as-ay-yaw'-hoo}; from

4639 and 3050; work of Jah; Maasejah, the name of sixteen Israelites:


4642. ma<ashaqqah {mah-ash-ak-kaw'}; from 6231; oppression: --oppression, X


4643. ma<aser {mah-as-ayr'}; or ma<asar {mah-as-ar'}; and (in plural)

feminine ma<asrah {mah-as-raw'}; from 6240; a tenth; especially a tithe:

--tenth (part), tithe(-ing).[ql

4644. Moph {mofe}; of Egyptian origin: Moph, the capital of Lower Egypt:

--Memphis. Compare 5297.[ql

4645. miphga< {mif-gaw'}; from 6293; an object of attack: --mark.[ql

4646. mappach {map-pawkh'}; from 5301; a breathing out (of life), i.e.

expiring: --giving up.[ql

4647. mappuach {map-poo'-akh}; from 5301; the bellows (i.e. blower) of a

forge: --bellows.[ql

4648. M@phiybosheth {mef-ee-bo'-sheth}; or M@phibosheth {mef-ee-bo'-sheth};

probably from 6284 and 1322; dispeller of shame (i.e. of Baal);

Mephibosheth, the name of two Israelites: --Mephibosheth.[ql

4649. Muppiym {moop-peem'}; a plural apparently from 5130; wavings; Muppim,

an Israelite: --Muppim. Compare 8206.[ql

4650. mephiyts {may-feets'}; from 6327; a breaker, i.e. mallet: --maul.[ql

4651. mappal {map-pawl'}; from 5307; a falling off, i.e. chaff; also

something pendulous, i.e. a flap: --flake, refuse.[ql

4652. miphla>ah {mif-law-aw'}; from 6381; a miracle: --wondrous work.[ql

4653. miphlaggah {mif-lag-gaw'}; from 6385; a classification:


4654. mappalah {map-paw-law'}; or mappelah {map-pay-law'}; from 5307;

something fallen, i.e. a ruin: --ruin(-ous).[ql

4655. miphlat {mif-lawt'}; from 6403; an escape: --escape.[ql

4656. miphletseth {mif-leh'-tseth}; from 6426; a terror, i.e. an idol:


4657. miphlas {mif-lawce'}; from an unused root meaning to balance; a

poising: --balancing.[ql

4658. mappeleth {map-peh'-leth}; from 5307; fall, i.e. decadence;

concretely, a ruin; specifically a carcase: --carcase, fall, ruin.[ql

4659. miph<al {mif-awl'}; or (feminine) miph<alah {mif-aw-law'}; from 6466;

a performance: --work.[ql

4660. mappats {map-pawts'}; from 5310; a smiting to pieces: --slaughter.[ql

4661. mappets {map-pates'}; from 5310; a smiter, i.e. a war club: --battle


4662. miphqad {mif-kawd'}; from 6485; an appointment, i.e. mandate;

concretely, a designated spot; specifically, a census: --appointed place,

commandment, number.[ql

4663. Miphqad {mif-kawd'}; the same as 4662; assignment; Miphkad, the name

of a gate in Jerusalem: --Miphkad.[ql

4664. miphrats {mif-rawts'}; from 6555; a break (in the shore), i.e. a

haven: --breach.[ql

4665. miphreketh {mif-reh'-keth}; from 6561; properly, a fracture, i.e.

joint (vertebrae) of the neck: --neck.[ql

4666. miphras {mif-rawce'}; from 6566; an expansion: --that

which...spreadest forth, spreading.[ql

4667. miphsa<ah {mif-saw-aw'}; from 6585; a stride, i.e. (by euphemism) the

crotch: --buttocks.[ql

4668. maphteach {maf-tay'-akh}; from 6605; an opener, i.e. a key: --key.[ql

4669. miphtach {mif-tawkh'}; from 6605; an aperture, i.e. (figuratively)

utterance: --opening.[ql

4670. miphtan {mif-tawn'}; from the same as 6620; a stretcher, i.e. a sill:


4671. mots {motes}; or mowts (Zephaniah 2:2) {motes}; from 4160; chaff (as

pressed out, i.e. winnowed or [rather] threshed loose): --chaff.[ql

4672. matsa> {maw-tsaw'}; a primitive root; properly, to come forth to,

i.e. appear or exist; transitively, to attain, i.e. find or acquire;

figuratively, to occur, meet or be present: --+ be able, befall, being,

catch, X certainly, (cause to) come (on, to, to hand), deliver, be enough

(cause to) find(-ing, occasion, out), get (hold upon), X have (here), be

here, hit, be left, light (up-)on, meet (with), X occasion serve, (be)

present, ready, speed, suffice, take hold on.[ql

4673. matstsab {mats-tsawb'}; from 5324; a fixed spot; figuratively, an

office, a military post: --garrison, station, place where...stood.[ql

4674. mutstsab {moots-tsawb'}; from 5324; a station, i.e. military post:


4675. matstsabah {mats-tsaw-baw'}; or mitstsabah {mits-tsaw-baw'}; feminine

of 4673; a military guard: --army, garrison.[ql

4676. matstsebah {mats-tsay-baw'}; feminine (causatively) participle of

5324; something stationed, i.e. a column or (memorial stone); by analogy,

an idol: --garrison, (standing) image, pillar.[ql

4677. M@tsobayah {mets-o-baw-yaw'}; apparently from 4672 and 3050; found of

Jah; Metsobajah, a place in Palestine: --Mesobaite.[ql

4678. matstsebeth {mats-tseh'-beth}; from 5324; something stationary, i.e.

a monumental stone; also the stock of a tree: --pillar, substance.[ql

4679. m@tsad {mets-ad'}; or m@tsad {mets-awd'}; or (feminine) m@tsadah

{mets-aw-daw'}; from 6679; a fastness (as a covert of ambush): --castle,

fort, (strong) hold, munition.[ql

4680. matsah {maw-tsaw'}; a primitive root; to suck out; by implication, to

drain, to squeeze out: --suck, wring (out).[ql

4681. Motsah {mo-tsaw'}; active participle feminine of 4680; drained;

Motsah, a place in Palestine: --Mozah.[ql

4682. matstsah {mats-tsaw'}; from 4711 in the sense of greedily devouring

for sweetness; properly, sweetness; concretely, sweet (i.e. not soured or

bittered with yeast); specifically, an unfermented cake or loaf, or

(elliptically) the festival of Passover (because no leaven was then used):

--unleaved (bread, cake), without leaven.[ql

4683. matstsah {mats-tsaw'}; from 5327; a quarrel: --contention, debate,


4684. matshalah {mats-haw-law'}; from 6670; a whinnying (through impatience

for battle or lust): --neighing.[ql

4685. matsowd {maw-tsode'}; or (feminine) m@tsowdah {mets-o-daw'}; or

m@tsodah {mets-o-daw'}; from 6679; a net (for capturing animals or fishes):

-also (by interchange for 4679) a fastness or (beseiging) tower: --bulwark,

hold, munition, net, snare.[ql

4686. matsuwd {maw-tsood'}; or (feminine) m@tsuwdah {mets-oo-daw'}; or

m@tsudah {mets-oo-daw'}; for 4685; a net, or (abstractly) capture; also a

fastness; --castle, defense, fort(-ress), (strong) hold, be hunted, net,

snare, strong place.[ql

4687. mitsvah {mits-vaw'}; from 6680; a command, whether human or divine

(collectively, the Law): --(which was) commanded(-ment), law, ordinance,


4688. m@tsowlah {mets-o-law'}; or m@tsolah {mets-o-law'}; also m@tsuwlah

{mets-oo-law'}; or m@tsulah {mets-oo-law'}; from the same as 6683; a deep

place (of water or mud): --bottom, deep, depth.[ql

4689. matsowq {maw-tsoke'}; from 6693; a narrow place, i.e. (abstractly and

figuratively) confinement or disability: --anguish, distress,


4690. matsuwq {maw-tsook'}; or matsuq {maw-tsook'}; from 6693; something

narrow, i.e. a column or hilltop: --pillar, situate.[ql

4691. m@tsuwqah {mets-oo-kaw'}; or m@tsuqah {mets-oo-kaw'}; feminine of

4690; narrowness, i.e. (figuratively) trouble: --anguish, distress.[ql

4692. matsowr {maw-tsore'}; or matsuwr {maw-tsoor'}; from 6696; something

hemming in, i.e. (objectively) a mound (of besiegers), (abstractly) a

siege, (figuratively) distress; or (subjectively) a fastness: --besieged,

bulwark, defence, fenced, fortress, siege, strong (hold), tower.[ql

4693. matsowr {maw-tsore'}; the same as 4692 in the sense of a limit; Egypt

(as the border of Palestine): --besieged places, defense, fortified.[ql

4694. m@tsuwrah {mets-oo-raw'}; or m@tsurah {mets-oo-raw'}; feminine of

4692; a hemming in, i.e. (objectively) a mound (of siege), or

(subjectively) a rampart (of protection), (abstractly) fortification:

--fenced (city, fort, munition, strong hold.[ql

4695. matstsuwth {mats-tsooth'}; from 5327; a quarrel: --that contended.[ql

4696. metsach {may'-tsakh}; from an unused root meaning to be clear, i.e.

conspicuous; the forehead (as open and prominent): --brow, forehead, +


4697. mitschah {mits-khaw'}; from the same as 4696; a shin-piece of armor

(as prominent), only plural: --greaves.[ql

4698. m@tsillah {mets-il-law'}; from 6750; a tinkler, i.e. a bell:


4699. m@tsullah {mets-ool-law'}; from 6751; shade: --bottom.[ql

4700. m@tseleth {mets-ay'-leth}; from 6750; (only dual) double tinklers,

i.e. cymbals: --cymbals.[ql

4701. mitsnepheth {mits-neh'-feth}; from 6801; a tiara, i.e. official

turban (of a king or high priest): --diadem, mitre.[ql

4702. matstsa< {mats-tsaw'}; from 3331; a couch: --bed.[ql

4703. mits<ad {mits-awd'}; from 6805; a step; figuratively, companionship:

--going, step.[ql

4704. mitsts@<iyrah {mits-tseh-ee-raw'}; feminine of 4705; properly,

littleness; concretely, diminutive: --little.[ql

4705. mits<ar {mits-awr'}; from 6819; petty (in size or number);

adverbially, a short (time): --little one (while), small.[ql

4706. Mits<ar {mits-awr'}; the same as 4705; Mitsar, a peak of Lebanon:


4707. mitspeh {mits-peh'}; from 6822; an observatory, especially for

military purposes: --watch tower.[ql

4708. Mitspeh {mits-peh'}; the same as 4707; Mitspeh, the name of five

places in Palestine: --Mizpeh, watch tower. Compare 4709.[ql

4709. Mitspah {mits-paw'}; feminine of 4708; Mitspah, the name of two

places in Palestine: --Mitspah. [This seems rather to be only an

orthographic variation of 4708 when "in pause".][ql

4710. mitspun {mits-poon'}; from 6845; a secret (place or thing, perhaps,

treasure): --hidden thing.[ql

4711. matsats {maw-tsats'}; a primitive root; to suck: --milk.[ql

4712. metsar {may-tsar'}; from 6896; something tight, i.e. (figuratively)

trouble: --distress, pain, strait.[ql

4713. Mitsriy {mits-ree'}; from 4714; a Mitsrite, or inhabitant of

Mitsrajim: --Egyptian, of Egypt.[ql

4714. Mitsrayim {mits-rah'-yim}; dual of 4693; Mitsrajim, i.e. Upper and

Lower Egypt: --Egypt, Egyptians, Mizraim.[ql

4715. mitsreph {mits-rafe'}; from 6884; a crucible: --fining pot.[ql

4716. maq {mak}; from 4743; properly, a melting, i.e. putridity:

--rottenness, stink.[ql

4717. maqqabah {mak-kaw-baw'}; from 5344; properly, a perforatrix, i.e. a

hammer (as piercing): --hammer.[ql

4718. maqqebeth {mak-keh'-beth}; from 5344; properly, a perforator, i.e. a

hammer (as piercing); also (intransitively) a perforation, i.e. a quarry:

--hammer, hole.[ql

4719. Maqqedah {mak-kay-daw'}; from the same as 5348 in the denominative

sense of herding (compare 5349); fold; Makkedah, a place in Palestine:


4720. miqdash {mik-dawsh'}; or miqq@dash (Exod. 15:17) {mik-ked-awsh'};

from 6942; a consecrated thing or place, especially, a palace, sanctuary

(whether of Jehovah or of idols) or asylum: --chapel, hallowed part, holy

place, sanctuary.[ql

4721. maqhel {mak-hale'}; or (feminine) maqhelah {mak-hay-law'}; from 6950;

an assembly: --congregation.[ql

4722. Maqheloth {mak-hay-loth'}; plural of 4721 (feminine); assemblies;

Makheloth, a place in the Desert: --Makheloth.[ql

4723. miqveh {mik-veh'}; or miqveh (1 Kings 10:28) {mik-vay'}; or miqve> (2

Chron. 1:16) {mik-vay'}; from 6960; something waited for, i.e. confidence

(objective or subjective); also a collection, i.e. (of water) a pond, or

(of men and horses) a caravan or drove: --abiding, gathering together,

hope, linen yarn, plenty [of water], pool.[ql

4724. miqvah {mik-vaw'}; feminine of 4723; a collection, i.e. (of water) a

reservoir: --ditch.[ql

4725. maqowm {maw-kome'}; or maqom {maw-kome'}; also (feminine) m@qowmah

{mek-o-mah'}; or m@qomah {mek-o-mah'}; from 6965; properly, a standing,

i.e. a spot; but used widely of a locality (general or specific); also

(figuratively) of a condition (of body or mind): --country, X home, X open,

place, room, space, X whither[-soever].[ql

4726. maqowr {maw-kore'}; or maqor {maw-kore'}; from 6979; properly,

something dug, i.e. a (general) source (of water, even when naturally

flowing; also of tears, blood [by euphemism, of the female pudenda];

figuratively, of happiness, wisdom, progeny): --fountain, issue, spring,


4727. miqqach {mik-kawkh'}; from 3947; reception: --taking.[ql

4728. maqqachah {mak-kaw-khaw'}; from 3947; something received, i.e.

merchandise (purchased): --ware.[ql

4729. miqtar {mik-tawr'}; from 6999; something to fume (incense) on i.e. a

hearth place: --to burn...upon.[ql

4730. miqtereth {mik-teh'-reth}; feminine of 4729; something to fume

(incense) in, i.e. a coal-pan: --censer.[ql

4731. maqqel {mak-kale;}; or (feminine) maqq@lah {mak-kel-aw'}; from an

unused root meaning apparently to germinate; a shoot, i.e. stick (with

leaves on, or for walking, striking, guiding, divining): --rod,


4732. Miqlowth {mik-lohth'}; (or perhaps mik-kel-ohth') plural of

(feminine) 4731; rods; Mikloth, a place in the Desert: --Mikloth.[ql

4733. miqlat {mik-lawt'}; from 7038 in the sense of taking in; an asylum

(as a receptacle): --refuge.[ql

4734. miqla<ath {mik-lah'-ath}; from 7049; a sculpture (probably in

bas-relief): --carved (figure), carving, graving.[ql

4735. miqneh {mik-neh'}; from 7069; something bought, i.e. property, but

only livestock; abstractly, acquisition: --cattle, flock, herd, possession,

purchase, substance.[ql

4736. miqnah {mik-naw'}; feminine of 4735; properly, a buying, i.e.

acquisition; concretely, a piece of property (land or living); also the sum

paid: --(he that is) bought, possession, piece, purchase.[ql

4737. Miqneyahuw {mik-nay-yaw'-hoo}; from 4735 and 3050; possession of Jah;

Miknejah, an Israelite: --Mikneiah.[ql

4738. miqcam {mik-sawn'}; from 7080; an augury: --divination.[ql

4739. Maqats {maw-kats'}; from 7112; end; Makats, a place in Palestine:


4740. maqtsowa< {mak-tso'-ah}; or maqtsoa< {mak-tso-ah}; or (feminine)

maqtso<ah {mak-tso-aw'}; from 7106 in the denominative sense of bending; an

angle or recess: --corner, turning.[ql

4741. maqtsu<ah {mak-tsoo-aw'}; from 7106; a scraper, i.e. a carving

chisel: --plane.[ql

4742. m@quts<ah {mek-oots-aw'}; from 7106 in the denominative sense of

bending; an angle: --corner.[ql

4743. maqaq {maw-kak'}' a primitive root; to melt; figuratively, to flow,

dwindle, vanish: --consume away, be corrupt, dissolve, pine away.[ql

4744. miqra> {mik-raw'}; from 7121; something called out, i.e. a public

meeting (the act, the persons, or the place); also a rehearsal: --assembly,

calling, convocation, reading.[ql

4745. miqreh {mik-reh'}; from 7136; something met with, i.e. an accident or

fortune: --something befallen, befalleth, chance, event, hap(-peneth).[ql

4746. m@qareh {mek-aw-reh'}; from 7136; properly, something meeting, i.e. a

frame (of timbers): --building.[ql

4747. m@qerah {mek-ay-raw'}; from the same as 7119; a cooling off: --X


4748. miqsheh {mik-sheh'}; from 7185 in the sense of knotting up round and

hard; something turned (rounded), i.e. a curl (of tresses): --X well [set]


4749. miqshah {mik-shaw'}; feminine of 4748; rounded work, i.e. moulded by

hammering (repousse): --beaten (out of one piece, work), upright, whole


4750. miqshah {mik-shaw'}; denominative from 7180; literally, a cucumbered

field, i.e. a cucumber patch: --garden of cucumbers.[ql

4751. mar {mar}; or (feminine) marah {maw-raw'}; from 4843; bitter

(literally or figuratively); also (as noun) bitterness, or (adverbially)

bitterly: --+ angry, bitter(-ly, -ness), chafed, discontented, X great,


4752. mar {mar}; from 4843 in its original sense of distillation; a drop:


4753. more {mor}; or mowr {more}; from 4843; myrrh (as distilling in drops,

and also as bitter): --myrrh.[ql

4754. mara> {maw-raw'}; a primitive root; to rebel; hence (through the idea

of maltreating) to whip, i.e. lash (self with wings, as the ostrich in

running): --be filthy, lift up self.[ql

4755. Mara> {maw-raw'}; for 4751 feminine; bitter; Mara, a symbolic name of

Naomi: --Mara.[ql

4756. mare> (Aramaic) {maw-ray'}; from a root corresponding to 4754 in the

sense of domineering; a master: --lord, Lord.[ql

4757. M@ro>dak Bal>adan {mer-o-dak' bal-aw-dawn'}; of foreign derivation;

Merodak-Baladan, a Babylonian king: --Merodach-baladan. Compare 4781.[ql

4758. mar>eh {mar-eh'}; from 7200; a view (the act of seeing); also an

appearance (the thing seen), whether (real) a shape (especially if

handsome, comeliness; often plural the looks), or (mental) a vision: --X

apparently, appearance(-reth), X as soon as beautiful(-ly), countenance,

fair, favoured, form, goodly, to look (up) on (to), look[-eth], pattern, to

see, seem, sight, visage, vision.[ql

4759. mar>ah {mar-aw'}; feminine of 4758; a vision; also (causatively) a

mirror: --looking glass, vision.[ql

4760. mur>ah {moor-aw'}; apparently feminine passive causative participle

of 7200; something conspicuous, i.e. the craw of a bird (from its

prominence): --crop.[ql

4761. mar>ashah {mar-aw-shaw'}; denominative from 7218; properly, headship,

i.e. (plural for collective) dominion: --principality.[ql

4762. Mar>eshah {mar-ay-shaw'}; or Mareshah {mar-ay-shaw'}; formed like

4761; summit; Mareshah, the name of two Israelites and of a place in

Palestine: --Mareshah.[ql

4763. m@ra>ashah {mer-ah-ash-aw'}; formed like 4761; properly, a headpiece,

i.e. (plural for adverbial) at (or as) the head-rest (or pillow):

--bolster, head, pillow. Compare 4772.[ql

4764. Merab {may-rawb'}; from 7231; increase; Merab, a daughter of Saul:


4765. marbad {mar-bad'}; from 7234; a coverlet: --covering of tapestry.[ql

4766. marbeh {mar-beh'}; from 7235; properly, increasing; as noun,

greatness, or (adverbially) greatly: --great, increase.[ql

4767. mirbah {meer-baw'}; from 7235; abundance, i.e. a great quantity:


4768. marbiyth {mar-beeth'}; from 7235; a multitude; also offspring;

specifically interest (on capital): --greatest part, greatness, increase,


4769. marbets {mar-bates'}; from 7257; a reclining place, i.e. fold (for

flocks): --couching place, place to lie down.[ql

4770. marbeq {mar-bake'}; from an unused root meaning to tie up; a stall

(for cattle): --X fat(-ted), stall.[ql

4771. margowa< {mar-go'-ah}; from 7280; a resting place: --rest.[ql

4772. marg@lah {mar-ghel-aw'}; denominative from 7272; (plural for

collective) a footpiece, i.e. (adverbially) at the foot, or (direct.) the

foot itself: --feet. Compare 4763.[ql

4773. margemah {mar-gay-maw'}; from 7275; a stone-heap: --sling.[ql

4774. marge<ah {mar-gay-aw'}; from 7280; rest: --refreshing.[ql

4775. marad {maw-rad'}; a primitive root; to rebel: --rebel(-lious).[ql

4776. m@rad (Aramaic) {mer-ad'}; from a root corresponding to 4775;

rebellion: --rebellion.[ql

4777. mered {meh'-red}; from 4775; rebellion: --rebellion.[ql

4778. Mered {meh'-red}; the same as 4777; Mered, an Israelite: --Mered.[ql

4779. marad (Aramaic) {maw-rawd'}; from the same as 4776; rebellious:


4780. marduwth {mar-dooth'}; from 4775; rebelliousness: --X rebellious.[ql

4781. M@rodak {mer-o-dawk'}; of foreign derivation; Merodak, a Babylonian

idol: --Merodach. Compare 4757.[ql

4782. Mord@kay {mor-dek-ah'-ee}; of foreign derivation; Mordecai, an

Israelite: --Mordecai.[ql

4783. murdaph {moor-dawf'}; from 7291; persecuted: --persecuted.[ql

4784. marah {maw-raw'}; a primitive root; to be (causatively, make) bitter

(or unpleasant); (figuratively) to rebel (or resist; causatively, to

provoke): --bitter, change, be disobedient, disobey, grievously,

provocation, provoke(-ing), (be) rebel (against, -lious).[ql

4785. Marah {maw-raw'}; the same as 4751 feminine; bitter; Marah, a place

in the Desert: --Marah.[ql

4786. morah {mo-raw'}; from 4843; bitterness, i.e. (figuratively) trouble:


4787. morrah {mor-raw'}; a form of 4786; trouble: --bitterness.[ql

4788. maruwd {maw-rood'}; from 7300 in the sense of maltreatment; an

outcast; (abstractly) destitution: --cast out, misery.[ql

4789. Merowz {may-roze'}; of uncertain derivation; Meroz, a place in

Palestine: --Meroz.[ql

4790. m@rowach {mer-o-akh'}; from 4799; bruised, i.e. emasculated:


4791. marowm {maw-rome'}; from 7311; altitude, i.e. concretely (an elevated

place), abstractly (elevation, figuratively (elation), or adverbially

(aloft): --(far) above, dignity, haughty, height, (most, on) high (one,

place), loftily, upward.[ql

4792. Merowm {may-rome'}; formed like 4791; height; Merom, a lake in

Palestine: --Merom.[ql

4793. merowts {may-rotes'}; from 7323; a run (the trial of speed):


4794. m@ruwtsah {mer-oo-tsaw'}; or m@rutsah {mer-oo-tsaw'}; feminine of

4793; a race (the act), whether the manner or the progress: --course,

running. Compare 4835.[ql

4795. maruwq {maw-rook'}; from 4838; properly, rubbed; but used abstractly,

a rubbing (with perfumery): --purification.[ql

4796. Marowth {maw-rohth'}; plural of 4751 feminine; bitter springs;

Maroth, a place in Palestine: --Maroth.[ql

4797. mirzach {meer-zakh'}; from an unused root meaning to scream; a cry,

i.e. (of job), a revel: --banquet.[ql

4798. marzeach {mar-zay'-akh}; formed like 4797; a cry, i.e. (of grief) a

lamentation: --mourning.[ql

4799. marach {maw-rakh'}; a primitive root; properly, to soften by rubbing

or pressure; hence (medicinally) to apply as an emollient: --lay for a


4800. merchab {mer-khawb'}; from 7337; enlargement, either literally (an

open space, usually in a good sense), or figuratively (liberty): --breadth,

large place (room).[ql

4801. merchaq {mer-khawk'}: from 7368; remoteness, i.e. (concretely) a

distant place; often (adverbially) from afar: --(a-, dwell in, very) far

(country, off). See also 1023.[ql

4802. marchesheth {mar-kheh'-sheth}; from 7370; a stew-pan: --fryingpan.[ql

4803. marat {maw-rat'}; a primitive root; to polish; by implication, to

make bald (the head), to gall (the shoulder); also, to sharpen: --bright,

furbish, (have his) hair (be) fallen off, peeled, pluck off (hair).[ql

4804. m@rat (Aramaic) {mer-at'}; corresponding to 4803; to pull off: --be


4805. m@riy {mer-ee'}; from 4784; bitterness, i.e. (figuratively)

rebellion; concretely, bitter, or rebellious: --bitter, (most) rebel(-lion,


4806. m@riy> {mer-ee'}; from 4754 in the sense of grossness, through the

idea of domineering (compare 4756); stall-fed; often (as noun) a beeve:

--fat (fed) beast (cattle, -ling).[ql

4807. M@riyb Ba<al {mer-eeb' bah'-al}; from 7378 and 1168; quarreller of

Baal, Merib-Baal, an epithet of Gideon: --Merib-baal. Compare 4810.[ql

4808. m@riybah {mer-ee-baw'}; from 7378; quarrel: --provocation, strife.[ql

4809. M@riybah {mer-ee-baw'}; the same as 4808; Meribah, the name of two

places in the Desert: --Meribah.[ql

4810. M@riy Ba<al {mer-ee' bah'-al}; from 4805 and 1168; rebellion of (i.e.

against) Baal; Meri-Baal, an epithet of Gideon: --Meri-baal. Compare


4811. M@rayah {mer-aw-yaw'}; from 4784; rebellion; Merajah, an Israelite:

--Meraiah. Compare 3236.[ql

4812. M@rayowth {mer-aw-yohth'}; plural of 4811; rebellious; Merajoth, the

name of two Israelites: --Meraioth.[ql

4813. Miryam {meer-yawm'}; from 4805; rebelliously; Mirjam, the name of two

Israelitesses: --Miriam.[ql

4814. m@riyruwth {mer-ee-rooth'}; from 4843; bitterness, i.e.

(figuratively) grief: --bitterness.[ql

4815. m@riyriy {mer-ee-ree'}; from 4843; bitter, i.e. poisonous:


4816. morek {mo'-rek}; perhaps from 7401; softness, i.e. (figuratively)

fear: --faintness.[ql

4817. merkab {mer-kawb'}; from 7392; a chariot; also a seat (in a vehicle):

--chariot, covering, saddle.[ql

4818. merkabah {mer-kaw-baw'}; feminine of 4817; a chariot: --chariot. See

also 1024.[ql

4819. markoleth {mar-ko'-leth}; from 7402; a mart: --merchandise.[ql

4820. mirmah {meer-maw'}; from 7411 in the sense of deceiving; fraud:

--craft, deceit(-ful, -fully), false, feigned, guile, subtilly,


4821. Mirmah {meer-maw'}; the same as 4820; Mirmah, an Israelite:


4822. M@remowth {mer-ay-mohth'}; plural from 7311; heights; Meremoth, the

name of two Israelites: --Meremoth.[ql

4823. mirmac {meer-mawce'}; from 7429; abasement (the act or the thing):

--tread (down)-ing, (to be) trodden (down) under foot.[ql

4824. Meronothiy {may-ro-no-thee'}; patrial from an unused noun; a

Meronothite, or inhabitant of some (otherwise unknown) Meronoth.:


4825. Merec {meh'-res}; of foreign derivation; Meres, a Persian:


4826. Marc@na> {mar-sen-aw'}; of foreign derivation; Marsena, a Persian:


4827. mera< {may-rah'}; from 7489; used as (abstract) noun, wickedness:

--do mischief.[ql

4828. merea< {may-ray'-ah}; from 7462 in the sense of companionship; a

friend: --companion, friend.[ql

4829. mir<eh {meer-eh'}; from 7462 in the sense of feeding; pasture (the

place or the act); also the haunt of wild animals: --feeding place,


4830. mir<iyth {meer-eeth'}; from 7462 in the sense of feeding; pasturage;

concretely, a flock: --flock, pasture.[ql

4831. Mar<alah {mar-al-aw'}; from 7477; perhaps, earthquake; Maralah, a

place in Palestine: --Maralah.[ql

4832. marpe> {mar-pay'}; from 7495; properly, curative, i.e. literally

(concretely) a medicine, or (abstractly) a cure; figuratively (concretely)

deliverance, or (abstractly) placidity: --([in-])cure(-able),

healing(-lth), remedy, sound, wholesome, yielding.[ql

4833. mirpas {meer-paws'}; from 7515; muddled water: --that which...have


4834. marats {maw-rats'}; a primitive root; properly, to press, i.e.

(figuratively) to be pungent or vehement; to irritate: --embolden, be

forcible, grievous, sore.[ql

4835. m@rutsah {mer-oo-tsaw'}; from 7533; oppression: --violence. See also


4836. martsea< {mar-tsay'-ah}; from 7527; an awl: --aul.[ql

4837. martsepheth {mar-tseh'-feth}; from 7528; a pavement: --pavement.[ql

4838. maraq {maw-rak'}; a primitive root; to polish; by implication, to

sharpen; also to rinse: --bright, furbish, scour.[ql

4839. maraq {maw-rawk'}; from 4838; soup (as if a rinsing): --broth. See

also 6564.[ql

4840. merqach {mer-kawkh'}; from 7543; a spicy herb: --X sweet.[ql

4841. merqachah {mer-kaw-khaw'}; feminine of 4840; abstractly, a seasoning

(with spicery); concretely, an unguent-kettle (for preparing spiced oil):

--pot of ointment, X well.[ql

4842. mirqachath {meer-kakh'-ath}; from 7543; an aromatic unguent; also an

unguent-pot: --prepared by the apothecaries' art, compound, ointment.[ql

4843. marar {maw-rar'}; a primitive root; properly, to trickle [see 4752];

but used only as a denominative from 4751; to be (causatively, make) bitter

(literally or figuratively): --(be, be in, deal, have, make) bitter(-ly,

-ness), be moved with choler, (be, have sorely, it) grieved(-eth), provoke,


4844. m@ror {mer-ore'}; or m@rowr {mer-ore'}; from 4843; a bitter herb:


4845. m@rerah {mer-ay-raw'}; from 4843; bile (from its bitterness):


4846. m@rorah {mer-o-raw'}; or m@rowrah {mer-o-raw'}; from 4843; properly,

bitterness; concretely, a bitter thing; specifically bile; also venom (of a

serpent): --bitter (thing), gall.[ql

4847. M@rariy {mer-aw-ree'}; from 4843; bitter; Merari, an Israelite:

--Merari. See also 4848.[ql

4848. M@rariy {mer-aw-ree'}; from 4847; a Merarite (collectively), or

decendants of Merari: --Merarites.[ql

4849. mirsha<ath {meer-shah'-ath}; from 7561; a female wicked doer:

--wicked woman.[ql

4850. M@rathayim {mer-aw-thah'-yim}; dual of 4751 feminine; double

bitterness; Merathajim, an epithet of Babylon: --Merathaim.[ql

4851. Mash {mash}; of foreign derivation; Mash, a son of Aram, and the

people descended from him: --Mash.[ql

4852. Mesha> {may-shaw'}; of foreign derivation; Mesha, a place in Arabia:


4853. massa> {mas-saw'}; from 5375; a burden; specifically, tribute, or

(abstractly) porterage; figuratively, an utterance, chiefly a doom,

especially singing; mental, desire: --burden, carry away, prophecy, X they

set, song, tribute.[ql

4854. Massa> {mas-saw'}; the same as 4853; burden; Massa, a son of Ishmael:


4855. mashsha> {mash-shaw'}; from 5383; a loan; by implication, interest on

a debt: --exaction, usury.[ql

4856. masso> {mas-so'}; from 5375; partiality (as a lifting up):


4857. mash>ab {mash-awb'}; from 7579; a trough for cattle to drink from:

--place of drawing water.[ql

4858. massa>ah {mas-saw-aw'}; from 5375; a conflagration (from the rising

of smoke): --burden.[ql

4859. mashsha>ah {mash-shaw-aw'}; feminine of 4855; a loan: --X

any[-thing], debt.[ql

4860. mashsha>own {mash-shaw-ohn'}; from 5377; dissimulation: --deceit.[ql

4861. Mish>al {mish-awl'}; from 7592; request; Mishal, a place in

Palestine: --Mishal, Misheal. Compare 4913.[ql

4862. mish>alah {mish-aw-law'}; from 7592; a request: --desire,


4863. mish>ereth {mish-eh'-reth}; from 7604 in the original sense of

swelling; a kneading-trough (in which the dough rises): --kneading trough,


4864. mas>eth {mas-ayth'}; from 5375; properly, (abstractly) a raising (as

of the hands in prayer), or rising (of flame); figuratively, an utterance;

concretely, a beacon (as raised); a present (as taken), mess, or tribute;

figuratively, a reproach (as a burden): --burden, collection, sign of fire,

(great) flame, gift, lifting up, mess, oblation, reward.[ql

4865. mishb@tsah {mish-bets-aw'}; from 7660; a brocade; by analogy, a

(reticulated) setting of a gem: --ouch, wrought.[ql

4866. mishber {mish-bare'}; from 7665; the orifice of the womb (from which

the fetus breaks forth): --birth, breaking forth.[ql

4867. mishbar {mish-bawr'}; from 7665; a breaker (of the sea): --billow,


4868. mishbath {mish-bawth'}; from 7673; cessation, i.e. destruction:


4869. misgab {mis-gawb'}; from 7682; properly, a cliff (or other lofty or

inaccessible place); abstractly, altitude; figuratively, a refuge:

--defence, high fort (tower), refuge, Misgab, a place in Moab: --Misgab.[ql

4870. mishgeh {mish-gay'}; from 7686; an error: --oversight.[ql

4871. mashah {maw-shaw'}; a primitive root; to pull out (literally or

figuratively): --draw(out).[ql

4872. Mosheh {mo-sheh'}; from 4871; drawing out (of the water), i.e.

rescued; Mosheh, the Israelite lawgiver: --Moses.[ql

4873. Mosheh (Aramaic) {mo-sheh'}; corresponding to 4872: --Moses.[ql

4874. mashsheh {mash-sheh'}; from 5383; a debt: --+ creditor.[ql

4875. m@show>ah {meh-o-aw'}; or m@sho>ah {mesh-o-aw'}; from the same as

7722; (a) ruin, abstractly (the act) or concretely (the wreck):

--desolation, waste.[ql

4876. masshuw>ah {mash-shoo-aw'}; or mashshu>ah {mash-shoo-aw'}; for 4875;

ruin: --desolation, destruction.[ql

4877. M@showbab {mesh-o-bawb'}; from 7725; returned; Meshobab, an

Israelite: --Meshobab.[ql

4878. m@shuwbah {mesh-oo-baw'}; or m@shubah {mesh-oo-baw'}; from 7725;

apostasy: --backsliding, turning away.[ql

4879. m@shuwgah {mesh-oo-gaw'}; from an unused root meaning to stray;

mistake: --error.[ql

4880. mashowt {maw-shote'}; or mishshowt {mish-shote'}; from 7751; an oar:


4881. m@suwkah {mes-oo-kaw'}; or m@sukah {mes-oo-kaw'}; from 7753; a hedge:


4882. m@shuwcah {mesh-oo-saw'}; from an unused root meaning to plunder;

spoilation: --spoil.[ql

4883. massowr {mas-sore'}; from an unused root meaning to rasp; a saw:


4884. m@suwrah {mes-oo-raw'}; from an unused root meaning apparently to

divide; a measure (for liquids): --measure.[ql

4885. masows {maw-soce'}; from 7797; delight, concretely (the cause or

object) or abstractly (the feeling): --joy, mirth, rejoice.[ql

4886. mashach {maw-shakh'}; a primitive root; to rub with oil, i.e. to

anoint; by implication, to consecrate; also to paint: --anoint, paint.[ql

4887. m@shach (Aramaic) {mesh-akh'}; from a root corresponding to 4886;

oil: --oil.[ql

4888. mishchah {meesh-khaw'}; or moshchah {mosh-khaw'}; from 4886; unction

(the act); by implication, a consecratory gift: --(to be) anointed(-ing),


4889. mashchiyth {mash-kheeth'}; from 7843; destructive, i.e. (as noun)

destruction, literally (specifically a snare) or figuratively (corruption):

--corruption, (to) destroy(-ing), destruction, trap, X utterly.[ql

4890. mischaq {mis-khawk'}; from 7831; a laughing-stock: --scorn.[ql

4891. mishchar {mish-khawr'}; from 7836 in the sense of day breaking; dawn:


4892. mashcheth {mash-khayth'}; for 4889; destruction: --destroying.[ql

4893. mishchath {mish-khawth'}; or moshchath {mosh-khawth'}; from 7843;

disfigurement: --corruption, marred.[ql

4894. mishtowach {mish-to'-akh}; or mishtach {mish-takh'}; from 7849; a

spreading-place: --(to) spread (forth, -ing, upon).[ql

4895. mastemah {mas-tay-maw'}; from the same as 7850; enmity: --hatred.[ql

4896. mishtar {mish-tawr'}; from 7860; jurisdiction: --dominion.[ql

4897. meshiy {meh'-shee}; from 4871; silk (as drawn from the cocoon):


4898. M@sheyzab>el {mesh-ay-zab-ale'}; from an equiv. to 7804 and 410;

delivered of God; Meshezabel, an Israelite: --Meshezabeel.[ql

4899. mashiyach {maw-shee'-akh}; from 4886; anointed; usually a consecrated

person (as a king, priest, or saint); specifically, the Messiah:

--anointed, Messiah.[ql

4900. mashak {maw-shak'}; a primitive root; to draw, used in a great

variety of applications (including to sow, to sound, to prolong, to

develop, to march, to remove, to delay, to be tall, etc.): --draw (along,

out), continue, defer, extend, forbear, X give, handle, make (pro-,

sound)long, X sow, scatter, stretch out.[ql

4901. meshek {meh'shek}; from 4900; a sowing; also a possession:

--precious, price.[ql

4902. Meshek {meh'-shek}; the same in form as 4901, but probably of foreign

derivation; Meshek, a son of Japheth, and the people descended from him:

--Mesech, Meshech.[ql

4903. mishkab (Aramaic) {mish-kab'}; corresponding to 4904; a bed:


4904. mishkab {mish-kawb'}; from 7901; a bed (figuratively, a bier);

abstractly, sleep; by euphemism, carnal intercourse: --bed([-chamber]),

couch, lieth (lying) with.[ql

4905. maskiyl {mas-keel'}; from 7919; instructive, i.e. a didactic poem:


4906. maskiyth {mas-keeth'}; from the same as 7906; a figure (carved on

stone, the wall, or any object); figuratively, imagination: --conceit,

image(-ry), picture, X wish.[ql

4907. mishkan (Aramaic) {mish-kan'}; corresponding to 4908; residence:


4908. mishkan {mish-kawn'}; from 7931; a residence (including a shepherd's

hut, the lair of animals, figuratively, the grave; also the Temple);

specifically, the Tabernacle (properly, its wooden walls): --dwelleth,

dwelling (place), habitation, tabernacle, tent.[ql

4909. maskoreth {mas-koh'-reth}; from 7936; wages or a reward: --reward,


4910. mashal {maw-shal'}; a primitive root; to rule: --(have, make to have)

dominion, governor, X indeed, reign, (bear, cause to, have) rule(-ing, -r),

have power.[ql

4911. mashal {maw-shal'}; denominative from 4912; to liken, i.e.

(transitively) to use figurative language (an allegory, adage, song or the

like); intransitively, to resemble: --be(-come) like, compare, use (as a)

proverb, speak (in proverbs), utter.[ql

4912. mashal {maw-shawl'}; apparently from 4910 in some original sense of

superiority in mental action; properly, a pithy maxim, usually of

metaphorical nature; hence, a simile (as an adage, poem, discourse):

--byword, like, parable, proverb.[ql

4913. Mashal {maw-shawl'}; for 4861; Mashal, a place in Palestine:


4914. m@showl {mesh-ol'}; from 4911; a satire: --byword.[ql

4915. moshel {mo'-shel}; (1) from 4910; empire; (2) from 4911; a parallel:

--dominion, like.[ql

4916. mishlowach {mish-lo'-akh}; or mishloach {mish-lo'-akh}; also mishlach

{mish-lawkh'}; from 7971; a sending out, i.e. (abstractly) presentation

(favorable), or seizure (unfavorable); also (concretely) a place of

dismissal, or a business to be discharged: --to lay, to put, sending

(forth), to set.[ql

4917. mishlachath {mish-lakh'-ath}; feminine of 4916; a mission, i.e.

(abstractly) and favorable) release, or (concretely and unfavorable) an

army: --discharge, sending.[ql

4918. M@shullam {mesh-ool-lawm'}; from 7999; allied; Meshullam, the name of

seventeen Israelites: --Meshullam.[ql

4919. M@shillemowth {mesh-il-lay-mohth'}; plural from 7999;

reconciliations: -Meshillemoth, an Israelite: --Meshillemoth. Compare


4920. M@shelemyah {mesh-eh-lem-yaw'}; or M@shelemyahuw

{mesh-eh-lem-yaw'-hoo}; from 7999 and 3050; ally of Jah; Meshelemjah, an

Israelite: --Meshelemiah.[ql

4921. M@shillemiyth {mesh-il-lay-meeth'}; from 7999; reconciliation;

Meshillemith, an Israelite: --Meshillemith. Compare 4919.[ql

4922. M@shullemeth {mesh-ool-leh'-meth'}; feminine of 4918; Meshullemeth,

an Israelitess: --Meshullemeth.[ql

4923. m@shammah {mesh-am-maw'}; from 8074; a waste or amazement:

--astonishment, desolate.[ql

4924. mashman {mash-mawn'}; from 8080; fat, i.e. (literally and abstractly)

fatness; but usually (figuratively and concretely) a rich dish, a fertile

field, a robust man: --fat (one, -ness, -test, -test place).[ql

4925. Mishmannah {mish-man-naw'}; from 8080; fatness; Mashmannah, an

Israelite: --Mishmannah.[ql

4926. mishma< {mish-maw'}; from 8085; a report: --hearing.[ql

4927. Mishma< {mish-maw'}; the same as 4926; Mishma, the name of a son of

Ishmael, and of an Israelite: --Mishma.[ql

4928. mishma<ath {mish-mah'-ath}; fem. of 4926; audience, i.e. the royal

court; also obedience, i.e. (concr.) a subject: --bidding, guard, obey.

4929. mishmar {mish-mawr'}; from 8104; a guard (the man, the post, or the

prison); figuratively a deposit; allso (as observed) a usage (abstractly),

or an example (concr.): --diligence, guard, office,prison, ward, watch.

4930. masm@rah {mas-mer-aw'}; for 4548 feminine; a peg: --nail.

4931. mishmereth {mish-meh'-reth}; feminine of 4929; watch, i.e. the act

(custody) or (transitively) the sentry, the post; objectively,

preservation, or (concretely) safe; figuratively, observance, i.e.

(abstractly) duty, or (objectively) a usage or party: --charge, keep, to be

kept, office, ordinance, safeguard, ward, watch.[ql

4932. mishneh {mish-neh'}; from 8138; properly, a repetition, i.e. a

duplicate (copy of a document), or a double (in amount); by implication, a

second (in order, rank, age, quality or location): --college, copy, double,

fatlings, next, second (order), twice as much.[ql

4933. m@chiccah {mesh-is-saw'}; from 8155; plunder: --booty, spoil.[ql

4934. mish<owl {mish-ole'}; from the same as 8168; a hollow, i.e. a narrow

passage: --path.[ql

4935. mish<iy {mish-ee'}; probably from 8159; inspection: --to supple.[ql

4936. Mish<am {mish-awm'}; apparently from 8159; inspection; Misham, an

Israelite: --Misham.[ql

4937. mish<en {mish-ane'}; or mish<an {mish-awn'}; from 8172; a support

(concretely), i.e. (figuratively) a protector or sustenance: --stay.[ql

4938. mish<enah {mish-ay-naw'}; or mish<eneth {mish-eh'-neth}; feminine of

4937; support (abstractly), i.e. (figuratively) sustenance or (concretely)

a walking-stick: --staff.[ql

4939. mispach {mis-pawkh'}; from 5596; slaughter: --oppression.[ql

4940. mishpachah {mish-paw-khaw'}; from 8192 [compare 8198]; a family, i.e.

circle of relatives; figuratively, a class (of persons), a species (of

animals) or sort (of things); by extens. a tribe or people: --family,


4941. mishpat {mish-pawt'}; from 8199; properly, a verdict (favorable or

unfavorable) pronounced judicially, especially a sentence or formal decree

(human or [participant's] divine law, individual or collective), including

the act, the place, the suit, the crime, and the penalty; abstractly,

justice, including a participant's right or privilege (statutory or

customary), or even a style: --+ adversary, ceremony, charge, X crime,

custom, desert, determination, discretion, disposing, due, fashion, form,

to be judged, judgment, just(-ice, -ly), (manner of) law(-ful), manner,

measure, (due) order, ordinance, right, sentence, usest, X worthy, +


4942. mishpath {mish-pawth'}; from 8192; a stall for cattle (only dual):

--burden, sheepfold.[ql

4943. mesheq {meh'-shek}; from an unused root meaning to hold; possession:

--+ steward.[ql

4944. mashshaq {mash-shawk'}; from 8264; a traversing, i.e. rapid motion:

--running to and fro.[ql

4945. mashqeh {mash-keh'}; from 8248; properly, causing to drink, i.e. a

butler; by implication (intransitively), drink (itself); figuratively, a

well-watered region: --butler(-ship), cupbearer, drink(-ing), fat pasture,


4946. mishqowl {mish-kole'}; from 8254; weight: --weight.[ql

4947. mashqowph {mash-kofe'}; from 8259 in its original sense of

overhanging; a lintel: --lintel.[ql

4948. mishqal {mish-kawl'}; from 8254; weight (numerically estimated);

hence, weighing (the act): --(full) weight.[ql

4949. mishqeleth {mish-keh'-leth}; or mishqoleth {mish-ko'-leth}; feminine

of 4948 or 4947; a weight, i.e. a plummet (with line attached):


4950. mishqa< {mish-kaw'}; from 8257; a settling place (of water), i.e. a

pond: --deep.[ql

4951. misrah {mis-raw'}; from 8280; empire: --government.[ql

4952. mishrah {mish-raw'}; from 8281 in the sense of loosening; maceration,

i.e. steeped juice: --liquor.[ql

4953. mashrowqiy (Aramaic) {mash-ro-kee'}; from a root corresponding to

8319; a (musical) pipe (from its whistling sound): --flute.[ql

4954. Mishra<iy {mish-raw-ee'}; patrial from an unused noun from an unused

root; probably meaning to stretch out; extension; a Mishraite, or

inhabitant (collectively) of Mishra: --Mishraites.[ql

4955. misraphah {mis-raw-faw'}; from 8313; combustion, i.e. cremation (of a

corpse), or calcination (of lime): --burning.[ql

4956. Misr@phowth mayim {mis-ref-ohth' mah'-yim}; from the plural of 4955

and 4325; burnings of water; Misrephoth-Majim, a place in Palestine:


4957. Masreqah {mas-ray-kaw'}; a form for 7796 used denominatively;

vineyard; Masrekah, a place in Idumaea: --Masrekah.[ql

4958. masreth {mas-rayth'}; apparently from an unused root meaning to

perforate, i.e. hollow out; a pan: --pan.[ql

4959. mashash {maw-shash'}; a primitive root; to feel of; by implication,

to grope: --feel, grope, search.[ql

4960. mishteh {mish-teh'}; from 8354; drink, by implication, drinking (the

act); also (by implication) a banquet or (generally) feast: --banquet,

drank, drink, feast([-ed], -ing).[ql

4961. mishteh (Aramaic) {mish-teh'}; corresponding to 4960; a banquet:


4962. math {math}; from the same as 4970; properly, an adult (as of full

length); by implication, a man (only in the plural): --+ few, X friends,

men, persons, X small.[ql

4963. mathben {math-bane'}; denominative from 8401; straw in the heap:


4964. metheg {meh-theg}; from an unused root meaning to curb; a bit: --bit,


4965. Metheg ha->Ammah {meh'-theg haw-am-maw'}; from 4964 and 520 with the

art. interposed; bit of the metropolis; Metheg-ha-Ammah, an epithet of

Gath: --Metheg-ammah.[ql

4966. mathowq {maw-thoke'}; or mathuwq {maw-thook'}; from 4985; sweet:

--sweet(-er, -ness).[ql

4967. M@thuwsha>el {meth-oo-shaw-ale'}; from 4962 and 410, with the

relative interposed; man who (is) of God; Methusael, an antediluvian

patriarch: --Methusael.[ql

4968. M@thuwshelach {meth-oo-sheh'-lakh}; from 4962 and 7973; man of a

dart; Methushelach, an antediluvian patriarch: --Methuselah.[ql

4969. mathach {maw-thakh'}; a primitive root; to stretch out: --spread


4970. mathay {maw-thah'ee}; from an unused root meaning to extend;

properly, extent (of time); but used only adverbially (especially with

other particle prefixes), when (either relative or interrogative): --long,


4971. mathkoneth {math-ko'-neth}; or mathkuneth {math-koo'-neth}; from 8505

in the transferred sense of measuring; proportion (in size, number or

ingredients): --composition, measure, state, tale.[ql

4972. matt@la>ah {mat-tel-aw-aw'}; from 4100 and 8513; what a trouble!:

--what a weariness.[ql

4973. m@thall@<ah {meth-al-leh-aw'}; contr. from 3216; properly, a biter,

i.e. a tooth: --cheek (jaw) tooth, jaw.[ql

4974. m@thom {meth-ohm'}; from 8552; wholesomeness; also (adverb)

completely: --men [by reading 4962], soundness.[ql

4975. mothen {mo'-then}; from an unused root meaning to be slender;

properly, the waist or small of the back; only in plural the loins: --+

greyhound, loins, side.[ql

4976. mattan {mat-tawn'}; from 5414; a present: --gift, to give, reward.[ql

4977. Mattan {mat-tawn'}; the same as 4976; Mattan, the name of a priest of

Baal, and of an Israelite: --Mattan.[ql

4978. matt@na> (Aramaic) {mat-ten-aw'}; corresponding to 4979: --gift.[ql

4979. mattanah {mat-taw-naw'}; feminine of 4976; a present; specifically

(in a good sense), a sacrificial offering, (in a bad sense) a bribe:


4980. Mattanah {mat-taw-naw'}; the same as 4979; Mattanah, a place in the

Desert: --Mattanah.[ql

4981. Mithniy {mith-nee'}; probably patrial from an unused noun meaning

slenderness; a Mithnite, or inhabitant of Methen: --Mithnite.[ql

4982. Matt@nay {mat-ten-ah'ee}; from 4976; liberal; Mattenai, the name of

three Israelites: --Mattenai.[ql

4983. Mattanyah {mat-tan-yaw'}; or Mattanyahuw {mat-tan-yaw'-hoo}; from

4976 and 3050; gift of Jah; Mattanjah, the name of ten Israelites:


4984. mithnasse> {mith-nas-say'}; from 5375; (used as abstractly) supreme

exaltation: --exalted.[ql

4985. mathaq {maw-thak'}; a primitive root; to suck, by implication, to

relish, or (intransitively) be sweet: --be (made, X take) sweet.[ql

4986. metheq {meh'-thek}; from 4985; figuratively, pleasantness (of

discourse): --sweetness.[ql

4987. motheq {mo'-thek}; from 4985; sweetness: --sweetness.[ql

4988. mathaq {maw-thawk'}; from 4985; a dainty, i.e. (generally) food:

--feed sweetly.[ql

4989. Mithqah {mith-kaw'}; feminine of 4987; sweetness; Mithkah, a place in

the Desert: --Mithcah.[ql

4990. Mithr@dath {mith-red-awth'}; of Persian origin; Mithredath, the name

of two Persians: --Mithredath.[ql

4991. mattath {mat-tawth'}; feminine of 4976 abbreviated form; a present:


4992. Mattattah {mat-tat-taw'}; for 4993; gift of Jah; Mattattah, an

Israelite: --Mattathah.[ql

4993. Mattithyah {mat-tith-yaw'}; or Mattithyahuw {mat-tith-yaw'-hoo}; from

4991 and 3050; gift of Jah; Mattithjah, the name of four Israelites:


4994. na> {naw}; a primitive particle of incitement and entreaty, which may

usually be rendered: "I pray," "now," or "then"; added mostly to verbs (in

the Imperative or Future), or to interjections, occasionally to an adverb

or conjunction: --I beseech (pray) thee (you), go to, now, oh.[ql

4995. na> {naw}; apparently from 5106 in the sense of harshness from

refusal; properly, tough, i.e. uncooked (flesh): --raw.[ql

4996. No> {no}; of Egyptian origin; No (i.e. Thebes), the capital of Upper

Egypt: --No. Compare 528.[ql

4997. no>d {node}; or no>wd {node}; also (feminine) no>dah {no-daw'}; from

an unused root of uncertain signification; a (skin or leather) bag (for

fluids): --bottle.[ql

4998. na>ah {naw-aw'}; a primitive root; properly, to be at home, i.e. (by

implication) to be pleasant (or suitable), i.e. beautiful: --be beautiful,

become, be comely.[ql

4999. na>ah {naw-aw'}; from 4998; a home; figuratively, a pasture:

--habitation, house, pasture, pleasant place.[ql

5000. na>veh {naw-veh'}; from 4998 or 5116; suitable, or beautiful:

--becometh, comely, seemly.[ql