0001. >ab {awb}; a primitive word; father, in a literal and

immediate, or figurative and remote application): --chief,

(fore-)father([-less]), X patrimony, principal. Compare names in


0002. >ab (Aramaic) {ab}; corresponding to 1: --father.

0003. >eb {abe}; from the same as 24; a green plant: --greenness,


0004. >eb (Aramaic) {abe}; corresponding to 3: --fruit.

0005. >Abagtha> {ab-ag-thaw'}; of foreign origin; Abagtha, a eunuch

of Xerxes: --Abagtha.

0006. >abad {aw-bad'}; a primitive root; properly, to wander away,

i.e. lose oneself; by implication to perish (causative, destroy):

--break, destroy(-uction), + not escape, fail, lose, (cause to,

make) perish, spend, X and surely, take, be undone, X utterly, be

void of, have no way to flee.

0007. >abad (Aramaic) {ab-ad'}; corresponding to 6: --destroy,


0008. >obed {o-bade'}; active of participle of 6; (concrete)

wretched or (abstract) destructin: --perish.

0009. >abedah {ab-ay-daw'}; from 6; concrete, something lost;

abstract, destruction, i.e. Hades: --lost. Compare 10.

0010. >abaddoh {ab-ad-do'}; the same as 9, miswritten for 11; a

perishing: --destruction.

0011. >abaddown {ab-ad-done'}; intensive from 6; abstract, a

perishing; concrete, Hades: --destruction.

0012. >abdan {ab-dawn'}; from 6; a perishing: --destruction.

0013. >obdan {ob-dawn'}; from 6; a perishing: --destruction.

0014. >abah {aw-baw'}; a primitive root; to breathe after, i.e.

(figuratively) to be acquiescent: --consent, rest content will, be


0015. >abeh {aw-beh'}; from 14; longing: --desire.

0016. >ebeh {ay-beh'}; from 14 (in the sense of bending toward); the

papyrus: --swift.

0017. >abowy {ab-o'ee}; from 14 (in the sense of desiring); want:


0018. >ebuwc {ay-booce'}; from 75; a manger or stall: --crib.

0019. >ibchah {ib-khaw'}; from an unused root (apparently meaning to

turn); brandishing of a sword: --point.

0020. >abattiyach {ab-at-tee'-akh}; of uncertain derivation; a melon

(only plural): --melon.

0021. >Abiy {ab-ee'}; from 1; fatherly; Abi, Hezekiah's mother:


0022. >Abiy>el {ab-ee-ale'}; from 1 and 410; father (i.e. possessor)

of God; Abiel, the name of two Israelites: --Abiel.

0023. >Abiy>acaph {ab-ee-aw-sawf'}; from 1 and 622; father of

gathering (i.e. gatherer); Abiasaph, an Israelite: --Abiasaph.

0024. >abiyb {aw-beeb'}; from an unused root (meaning to be tender);

green, i.e. a young ear of grain; hence, the name of the month Abib

or Nisan: --Abib, ear, green ears of corn (not maize).

0025. >Abiy Gib<own {ab-ee' ghib-one'}; from 1 and 1391; father

(i.e. founder) of Gibon; Abi-Gibon, perhaps an Israelite: --father

of Gibeon.

0026. >Abiygayil {ab-ee-gah'-yil} or shorter >Abiygal {ab-ee-gal'};

from 1 and 1524; father (i.e. source) of joy; Abigail or Abigal, the

name of two Israelitesses: --Abigal.

0027. >Abiydan {ab-ee-dawn'}; from 1 and 1777; father of judgment

(i.e. judge); Abidan, an Israelite: --Abidan.

0028. >Abiyda< {ab-ee-daw'}; from 1 and 3045; father of knowledge

(i.e. knowing); Abida, a son of Abraham by Keturah: --Abida, Abidah.

0029. >Abiyah {ab-ee-yaw'}; or prolonged >Abiyahuw {ab-ee-yaw'-hoo};

from 1 and 3050; father (i.e. worshipper) of Jah; Abijah, the name

of several Israelite men and two Israelitesses: --Abiah, Abijah.

0030. >Abiyhuw> {ab-ee-hoo'}; from 1 and 1931; father (i.e.

worshipper) of Him (i.e. God); Abihu, a son of Aaron: --Abihu.

0031. >Abiyhuwd {ab-ee-hood'}; from 1 and 1935; father (i.e.

possessor) of renown; Abihud, the name of two Israelites: --Abihud.

0032. >Abiyhayil {ab-ee-hah'-yil}; or (more correctly) >Abiychayil

{ab-ee-khah'-yil}; from 1 and 2428; father (i.e. possessor) of

might; Abihail or Abichail, the name of three Israelites and two

Israelitesses: --Abihail.

0033. >Abiy ha-<Ezriy {ab-ee'-haw-ez-ree'}; from 44 with the article

inserted; father of the Ezrite; an Abiezrite or descendant of

Abiezer; --Abiezrite.

0034. >ebyown {eb-yone'}; from 14, in the sense of want (especially

in feeling); destitute: --beggar, needy, poor (man).

0035. >abiyownah {ab-ee-yo-naw'}; from 14; provocative of desire;

the caper berry (from its stimulative taste): --desire.

0036. >Abiytuwb {ab-ee-toob'}; from 1 and 2898; father of goodness

(i.e. good); Abitub, an Israelite: --Abitub.

0037. >Abiytal {ab-ee-tal'}; from 1 and 2919; father of dew (i.e.

fresh); Abital, a wife of King David: --Abital.

0038. >Abiyam {ab-ee-yawm'}; from 1 and 3220; father of (the) sea

(i.e. seaman); Abijam (or Abijah), a king of Judah: --Abijam.

0039. >Abiyma>el {ab-ee-maw-ale'}; from 1 and an elsewhere unused

(probably foreign) word; father of Mael (apparently some Arab

tribe); Abimael, a son of Joktan: --Abimael.

0040. >Abiymelek {ab-ee-mel'-ek}; from 1 and 4428; father of (the)

king; Abimelek, the name of two Philistine kings and of two

Israelites: --Abimelech.

0041. >Abiynadab {ab-ee-naw-dawb'}; from 1 and 5068; father of

generosity (i.e. liberal); Abinadab, the name of four Israelites:


0042. >Abiyno<am {ab-ee-no'-am}; from 1 and 5278; father of

pleasantness (i.e. gracious); Abinoam, an Israelite: --Abinoam.

0043. >Ebyacaph {eb-yaw-sawf'}; contracted from 23; Ebjasaph, an

Israelite: --Ebiasaph.

0044. >Abiy<ezer {ab-ee-ay'-zer; from 1 and 5829; father of help

(i.e. helpful); Abiezer, the name of two Israelites: --Abiezer.

0045. >Abiy-<albown {ab-ee-al-bone'}; from 1 and and an unused root

of uncertain. derivation; probably, father of strength (i.e.

valiant); Abialbon, an Israelite: --Abialbon.

0046. >abiyr {aw-beer'}; from 82; mighty (spoken of God): --mighty


0047. >abbiyr {ab-beer'}; for 46; --angel, bull, chiefest, mighty

(one), stout[-hearted], strong (one), valiant.

0048. >Abiyram {ab-ee-rawm'}; from 1 and 7311; father of height

(i.e. lofty); Abiram, the name of two Israelites: --Abiram.

0049. >Abiyshag {ab-ee-shag'}; from 1 and 7686; father of error

(i.e. blundering); Abishag, a concubine of David: --Abishag.

0050. >Abiyshuwae {ab-ee-shoo'-ah}; from 1 and 7771; father of

plenty (i.e. prosperous); Abishua, the name of two Israelites:


0051. >Abiyshuwr {ab-ee-shoor'}; from 1 and 7791; father of (the)

wall (i.e. perhaps mason); Abishur, an Israelite: --Abishur.

0052. >Abiyshay {ab-ee-shah'ee}; or (shorter) >Abshay {ab-shah'ee};

from 1 and 7862; father of a gift (i.e. probably generous); Abishai,

an Israelite: --Abishai.

0053. >Abiyshalowm {ab-ee-shaw-lome'}; or (shortened) >Abshalowm

{ab-shaw-lome'}; from 1 and 7965; father of peace (i.e. friendly);

Abshalom, a son of David; also (the fuller form) a later Israelite:

--Abishalom, Absalom.

0054. >Ebyathar {ab-yaw-thawr'}; contracted from 1 and 3498; father

of abundance (i.e. liberal); Ebjathar, an Israelite: --Abiathar.

0055. >abak {aw-bak'}; a primitive root; probably to coil upward:

--mount up.

0056. >abal {aw-bal'}; a primitive root; to bewail: --lament, mourn.

0057. >abel {aw-bale'}; from 56; lamenting: --mourn(-er, -ing).

0058. >abel {aw-bale'}; from an unused root (meaning to be grassy);

a meadow: --plain. Compare also the proper names beginning with


0059. >Abel {aw-bale'}; from 58; a meadow; Abel, the name of two

places in Palestine.: --Abel.

0060. >ebel {ay'-bel}; from 56; lamentation: --mourning.

0061. >abal {ab-awl'}; apparently from 56 through the idea of

negation; nay, i.e. truly or yet: --but, indeed, nevertheless,


0062. >Abel Beyth-Ma<akah {aw-bale' bayth ma-a-kaw'}; from 58 and

1004 and 4601; meadow of Beth-Maakah; Abel of Beth-maakah, a place

in Palestine: --Abel-beth-maachah, Abel of Beth-maachah,

0063. >Abel hash-Shittiym {aw-bale' hash-shit-teem'}; from 58 and

the plural of 7848, with the article inserted; meadow of the

acacias; Abel hash-Shittim, a place in Palestine: --Abel-shittim.

0064. >Abel K@ramiym {aw-bale' ker-aw-meem'}; from 58 and the plural

of 3754; meadow of vineyards; Abel-Keramim, a place in Palestine:

--plain of the vineyards.

0065. >Abel M@chowlah {aw-bale' mekh-o-law'}; from 58 and 4246;

meadow of dancing; Abel-Mecholah, a place in Palestine:


0066. >Abel Mayim {aw-bale' mah'-yim}; from 58 and 4325; meadow of

water; Abel-Majim, a place in Palestine: --Abel-maim.

0067. >Abel Mitsrayim {aw-bale' mits-rah'-yim}; from 58 and 4714;

meadow of Egypt; Abel-Mitsrajim, a place in Palestine:


0068. >eben {eh'-ben}; from the root of 1129 through the meaning to

build; a stone: --+ carbuncle, + mason, + plummet, [chalk-, hail-,

head-, sling-]stone(-ny), (divers) weight(-s).

0069. >eben (Aramaic) {eh'-ben}; corresponding to 68: --stone.

0070. >oben {o'ben}; from the same as 68; a pair of stones (only

dual); a potter's wheel or a midwife's stool (consisting alike of

two horizontal disks with a support between): --wheel, stool.

0071. >Abanah {ab-aw-naw'}; perhaps feminine of 68; stony; Abanah, a

river near Damascus: --Abana. Compare 549.

0072. >Eben ha-<ezer {eh'-ben haw-e'-zer}; from 68 and 5828 with the

article inserted; stone of the help; Eben-ha-Ezer, a place in

Palestine: --Ebenezer.

0073. >abnet {ab-nate'}; of uncertain derivation; a belt: --girdle.

0074. >Abner {ab-nare'}; or (fully) >Abiyner {ab-ee-nare'}; from 1

and 5216; father of light (i.e. enlightening); Abner, an Israelite:


0075. >abac {aw-bas'}; a primitive root; to fodder: --fatted,


0076. >aba<bu<ah {ab-ah-boo-aw'}; (by reduplication) from an unused

root (meaning to belch forth); an inflammatory pustule (as

eruption): --blains.

0077. >Ebets {eh'-bets}; from an unused root probably meaning to

gleam; conspicuous; Ebets, a place in Palestine: --Abez.

0078. >Ibtsan {ib-tsawn'}; from the same as 76; splendid; Ibtsan, an

Israelite: --Ibzan.

0079. >abaq {aw-bak'}; a primitive root, probably to float away (as

vapor), but used only as denominative from 80; to bedust, i.e.

grapple: -- wrestle.

0080. >abaq {aw-bawk'}; from root of 79; light particles (as

volatile): --(small) dust, powder.

0081. >abaqah {ab-aw-kaw'}; feminine of 80: --powder.

0082. >abar {aw-bar'}; a primitive root; to soar: --fly.

0083. >eber {ay-ber'}; from 82; a pinion: --[long-]wing(-ed).

0084. >ebrah {eb-raw'}; feminine of 83: --feather, wing.

0085. >Abraham {ab-raw-hawm'}; contracted from 1 and an unused root

(probably meaning to be populous); father of a multitude; Abraham,

the later name of Abram: --Abraham.

0086. >abrek {ab-rake'}; probably an Egyptian word meaning kneel:

--bow the knee.

0087. >Abram {ab-rawm'}; contracted from 48; high father; Abram, the

original name of Abraham: --Abram.

0088. >oboth {o-both'}; plural of 178; water-skins; Oboth, a place

in the Desert: --Oboth.

0089. >Age> {aw-gay'}; of uncertain derivation [compare 90]; Age, an

Israelite: --Agee.

0090. >Agag {ag-ag'}; or >Agag {Ag-awg'}; of uncertain derivation

[compare 89]; flame; Agag, a title of Amalekitish kings: --Agag.

0091. >Agagiy {ag-aw-ghee'}; patrial or patronymic from 90; an

Agagite or descendent (subject) of Agag: --Agagite.

0092. >aguddah {ag-ood-daw'}; feminine passive participle of an

unused root (meaning to bind); a band, bundle, knot, or arch:

--bunch, burden, troop.

0093. >egowz {eg-oze'}; prob of Persian origin; a nut: --nut.

0094. >Aguwr {aw-goor'}; passive participle of 103; gathered (i.e.

received among the sages); Agur, a fanciful name for Solomon:


0095. >agowrah {ag-o-raw'}; from the same as 94; properly, something

gathered, i.e. perhaps a grain or berry; used only of a small

(silver) coin: --piece [of] silver.

0096. >egel {eh'-ghel}; from an unused root (meaning to flow down or

together as drops); a reservoir: --drop.

0097. >Eglayim {eg-lah'-yim}; dual of 96.; a double pond; Eglajim, a

place in Moab: --Eglaim.

0098. >agam {ag-am'}; from an unused root (meaning to collect as

water); a marsh; hence a rush (as growing in swamps); hence a

stockade of reeds: --pond, pool, standing [water].

0099. >agem {aw-game'}; probably from the same as 98 (in the sense

of stagnant water); figuratively, sad: --pond.

0100. >agmown {ag-mone'}; from the same as 98; a marshy pool [others

from a different root, a kettle]; by implication a rush (as growing

there); collectively a rope of rushes: --bulrush, caldron, hook,


0101. >aggan {ag-gawn'}; probably from 5059; a bowl (as pounded out

hollow): --basin, cup, goblet.

0102. >aggaph {ag-gawf'}; probably from 5062 (through the idea of

impending); a cover or heap; i.e. (only plural) wings of an army, or

crowds of troops: --bands.

0103. >agar {aw-gar'}; a primitive root; to harvest: --gather.

0104. >igg@ra> (Aramaic) {ig-er-aw'}; of Persian origin; an epistle

(as carried by a state courier or postman): --letter.

0105. >agartal {ag-ar-tawl'}; of uncertain derivation; a basin:


0106. >egroph {eg-rofe'}; from 1640 (in the sense of grasping); the

clenched hand: --fist.

0107. >iggereth {ig-eh'-reth}; feminine of 104; an epistle:


0108. >ed {ade} from the same as 181 (in the sense of enveloping); a

fog: --mist, vapor.

0109. >adab {aw-dab'}; a primitive root; to languish: --grieve.

0110. >Adb@>el {ad-beh-ale'}; probably from 109 (in the sense of

chastisement) and 410; disciplined of God; Adbeel, a son of Ishmael:


0111. >Adad {ad-ad'}; probably an orthographical variation for 2301;

Adad (or Hadad), an Edomite: --Hadad.

0112. >Iddow {id-do}; of uncertain derivation; Iddo, an Israelite:


0113. >adown {aw-done'}; or (shortened) >adon {aw-done'}; from an

unused root (meaning to rule); sovereign, i.e. controller (human or

divine): --lord, master, owner. Compare also names beginning with


0114. >Addown {ad-done'}; probably intensive for 113; powerful;

Addon, apparently an Israelite: --Addon.

0115. >Adowrayim {ad-o-rah'-yim}; dual from 142 (in the sense of

eminence); double mound; Adorajim, a place in Palestine: --Adoraim.

0116. >edayin (Aramaic) {ed-ah'-yin}; of uncertain derivation; then

(of time): --now, that time, then.

0117. >addiyr {ad-deer'}; from 142; wide or (generally) large;

figuratively, powerful: --excellent, famous, gallant, glorious,

goodly, lordly, mighty(-ier one), noble, principal, worthy.

0118. >Adalya> {ad-al-yaw'}; of Persian derivation; Adalja, a son of

Haman: --Adalia.

0119. >adam {aw-dam'}; to show blood (in the face), i.e. flush or

turn rosy: --be (dyed, made) red (ruddy).

0120. >adam {aw-dawm'}; from 119; ruddy i.e. a human being (an

individual or the species, mankind, etc.): --X another, + hypocrite,

+ common sort, X low, man (mean, of low degree), person.

0121. >Adam {aw-dawm'}; the same as 120; Adam the name of the first

man, also of a place in Palestine: --Adam.

0122. >adom {aw-dome'}; from 119; rosy: --red, ruddy.

0123. >Edom {ed-ome'}; or (fully) >Edowm {ed-ome'}; from 122; red

[see Gen. 25:25]; Edom, the elder twin-brother of Jacob; hence the

region (Idumaea) occupied by him: --Edom, Edomites, Idumea.

0124. >odem {o'-dem}; from 119; redness, i.e. the ruby, garnet, or

some other red gem: --sardius.

0125. >adamdam {ad-am-dawm'}; reduplicated from 119; reddish:

--(somewhat) reddish.

0126. >Admah {ad-maw'}; contracted for 127; earthy; Admah, a place

near the Dead Sea: --Admah.

0127. >adamah {ad-aw-maw'}; from 119; soil (from its general

redness): --country, earth, ground, husband[-man] (-ry), land.

0128. >Adamah {ad-aw-maw'}; the same as 127; Adamah, a place in

Palestine: --Adamah.

0129. >Adamiy {ad-aw-mee'}; from 127; earthy; Adami, a place in

Palestine: --Adami.

0130. >Edomiy {ed-o-mee'}; or (fully) >Edowmiy {ed-o-mee'};

patronymic from 123; an Edomite, or descendants from (or inhabitants

of) Edom: --Edomite. See 726.

0131. >Adummiym {ad-oom-meem'}; plural of 121; red spots; Adummim, a

pass in Palestine: --Adummim.

0132. >admoniy {ad-mo-nee'}; or (fully) >admowniy {ad-mo-nee'}; from

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

0133. >Admatha> {ad-maw-thaw'}; probably of Persian derivation:

Admatha, a Persian nobleman: --Admatha.

0134. >eden {eh'-den}; from the same as 113 (in the sense of

strength); a basis (of a building, a column, etc.): --foundation,


0135. >Addan {ad-dawn'}; intensive from the same as 134; firm;

Addan, an Israelite: --Addan.

0136. >Adonay {ad-o-noy'}; am emphatic form of 113; the Lord (used

as a proper name of God only): --(my) Lord.

0137. >Adoniy-Bezeq {ad-o''-nee-beh'-zek}; from 113 and 966; lord of

Bezek; Adoni-Bezek; a Canaanitish king: --Adoni-bezek.

0138. >Adoniyah {ad-o-nee-yaw'}; original (prolonged) >Adoniyahuw

{ad-o-nee-yaw'-hoo}; from 113 and 3050; lord (i.e. worshipper) of

Jah; Adonijah, the name of three Israelites: --Adonijah.

0139. >Adoniy-Tsedeq {ad-o''-nee-tseh'-dek}; from 113 and 6664; lord

of justice; Adoni-Tsedek, a Canaanitish king: --Adonizedec.

0140. >Adoniyqam {ad-o-nee-kawm'}; from 113 and 6965; lord of rising

(i.e. high); Adonikam, the name of one or two Israelites:


0141. >Adoniyram {ad-o-nee-rawm'}; from 113 and 7311; lord of

height; Adoniram, an Israelite: --Adoniram.

0142. >adar {aw-dar'}; a primitive root; to expand, i.e. be great or

(figuratively) magnificent: --(become) glorious, honourable.

0143. >Adar {ad-awr'}; probably of foreign derivation; perhaps

meaning fire; Adar, the 12th Hebrew month: --Adar.

0144. >Adar (Aramaic) {ad-awr'}; corresponding to 143: --Adar.

0145. >eder {eh'-der}; from 142; amplitude, i.e. (concrete) a

mantle; also (figuratively) splendor: --goodly, robe.

0146. >Addar {ad-dawr'}; intensive from 142; ample; Addar, a place

in Palestine; also an Israelite: --Addar.

0147. >iddar (Aramaic) {id-dar'}; intensive, from a root

corresponding to 142; ample, i.e. a threshing-floor:


0148. >adargazer (Aramaic) {ad-ar''-gaw-zare'}; from the same as

147, and 1505; a chief diviner, or astrologer: --judge.

0149. >adrazda> (Aramaic) {ad-raz-daw'}; probably of Persian origin;

quickly or carefully: --diligently.

0150. >adarkon {ad-ar-kone'}; of Persian origin; a daric or Persian

coin: --dram.

0151. >Adoram {ad-o-rawm'}; contracted for 141; Adoram (or

Adoniram), an Israelite: --Adoram.

0152. >Adrammelek {ad-ram-meh'-lek}; from 142 and 4428; splendor of

(the) king; Adrammelek, the name of an Assyrian idol, also of a son

of Sennacherib: --Adrammelech.

0153. >edra< (Aramaic) {ed-raw'}; an orthographical variation for

1872; an arm, i.e. (figuratively) power: -- force.

0154. >edre<iy {ed-reh'-ee}; from the equivalent of 153; mighty;

Edrei, the name of two places in Palestine: --Edrei.

0155. >addereth {ad-deh'-reth}; feminine of 117; something ample (as

a large vine, a wide dress); also the same as 145: --garment, glory,

goodly, mantle, robe.

0156. >adash {aw-dash'}; a primitive root; to tread out (grain):


0157. >ahab {aw-hab'}; or >aheb {aw-habe'}; a primitive root; to

have affection for (sexually or otherwise): --(be-)love(-d, -ly,

-r), like, friend.

0158. >ahab {ah'-hab}; from 157; affection (in a good or a bad

sense): --love(-r).

0159. >ohab {o'-hab}; from 156; meaning the same as 158: --love.

0160. >ahabah {a-hab-aw}; feminine of 158 and meaning the same:


0161. >Ohad {o'-had}; from an unused root meaning to be united;

unity; Ohad, an Israelite: --Ohad.

0162. >ahahh {a-haw'}; apparently a primitive word expressing pain

exclamatorily; Oh!: --ah, alas.

0163. >Ahava> {a-hav-aw'}; probably of foreign origin; Ahava, a

river of Babylonia: --Ahava.

0164. >Ehuwd {ay-hood'} from the same as 161; united; Ehud, the name

of two or three Israelites: --Ehud.

0165. >ehiy {e-hee'}; apparently an orthographical variation for

346; where: --I will be (Hos. 13:10, 14) [which is often the

rendering of the same Hebrew form from 1961].

0166. >ahal {aw-hal'}; a primitive root; to be clear: --shine.

0167. >ahal {aw-hal'}; a denominative from 168; to tent: --pitch

(remove) a tent.

0168. >ohel {o'-hel}; from 166; a tent (as clearly conspicuous from

a distance): --covering, (dwelling)(place), home, tabernacle, tent.

0169. >Ohel {o'-hel}; the same as 168; Ohel, an Israelite: --Ohel.

0170. >Oholah {o-hol-aw'}; in form a feminine of 168, but in fact

for >Oholahh {o-hol-aw'}; from 168; her tent (i.e. idolatrous

sanctuary); Oholah, a symbol. name for Samaria: --Aholah.

0171. >Oholiy>ab {o''-hol-e-awb'}; from 168 and 1; tent of (his)

father; Oholiab, an Israelite: --Aholiab.

0172. >Oholiybah {o''-hol-ee-baw'}; (similarly with 170) for

>Oholiybahh {o''-hol-e-baw'}; from 168; my tent (is) in her;

Oholibah, a symbolic name for Judah: --Aholibah.

0173. >Oholiybamah {o''-hol-ee-baw-maw'}; from 168 and 1116; tent of

(the) height; Oholibamah, a wife of Esau: --Aholibamah.

0174. >ahaliym {a-haw-leem'}; or (feminine) >ahalowth {a-haw-loth'}

(only used thus in the plural); of foreign origin; aloe wood (i.e.

sticks): --(tree of lign-) aloes.

0175. >Aharown {a-har-one'}; of uncertain derivation; Aharon, the

brother of Moses: --Aaron.

0176. >ow {o}; presumed to be the "constructive" or genitival form

of >av {av}; short for 185; desire (and so probably in Prov. 31:4);

hence (by way of alternative) or, also if: --also, and, either, if,

at the least, X nor, or, otherwise, then, whether.

0177. >Uw>el {oo-ale'}; from 176 and 410; wish of God; Uel, and

Israelite: --Uel.

0178. >owb {obe}; from the same as 1 (apparently through the idea of

prattling a father's name); properly, a mumble, i.e. a water skin

(from its hollow sound); hence a necromancer (ventriloquist, as from

a jar): --bottle, familiar spirit.

0179. >owbiyl {o-beel'}; probably from 56; mournful; Obil, an

Ishmaelite: --Obil.

0180. >uwbal {oo-bawl'}; or (shortened) >ubal {oo-bawl'}; from 2986

(in the sense of 2988); a stream: --river.

0181. >uwd {ood}; from an unused root meaning to rake together; a

poker (for turning or gathering embers): --(fire-)brand.

0182. >owdowth {o-doth'}; or (shortened) >odowth {o-doth'} (only

thus in the plural); from the same as 181; turnings (i.e.

occasions); (adverb) on account of: --(be-)cause, concerning, sake.

0183. >avah {aw-vaw'}; a primitive root; to wish for: --covet,

(greatly) desire, be desirous, long, lust (after).

0184. >avah {aw-vaw'}; a primitive root; to extend or mark out:

--point out.

0185. >avvah {av-vaw'}; from 183; longing: --desire, lust after,


0186. >Uwzay {oo-zah'-ee}; perhaps by permutation for 5813, strong;

Uzai, an Israelite: --Uzai.

0187. >Uwzal {oo-zawl'}; of uncertain derivation; Uzal, a son of

Joktan: --Uzal.

0188. >owy {o'-ee}; probably from 183 (in the sense of crying out

after); lamentation; also interjectionally Oh!: --alas, woe.

0189. >Eviy {ev-ee'}; probably from 183; desirous; Evi, a

Midianitish chief: --Evi.

0190. >owyah {o-yaw'}; feminine of 188: --woe.

0191. >eviyl {ev-eel'}; from an unused root (meaning to be

perverse); (figuratively) silly: --fool(-ish) (man).

0192. >Eviyl M@rodak {ev-eel' mer-o-dak'}; of Aramaic derivation and

probably meaning soldier of Merodak; Evil-Merodak, a Babylonian

king: --Evil-merodach.

0193. >uwl {ool}; from an unused root meaning to twist, i.e. (by

implication) be strong; the body (as being rolled together); also

powerful: --mighty, strength.

0194. >uwlay {oo-lah'ee}; or (shortened) >ulay {oo-lah'ee}; from

176; if not; hence perhaps: --if so be, may be, peradventure,


0195. >Uwlay {oo-lah'ee}; of Persian derivation; the Ulai (or

Eulaeus), a river of Persia: --Ulai.

0196. >eviliy {ev-ee-lee'}; from 191; silly, foolish; hence

(morally) impious: --foolish.

0197. >uwlam {oo-lawm'}; or (shortened) >ulam {oo-lawm'}; from 481

(in the sense of tying); a vestibule (as bound to the building):


0198. >Uwlam {oo-lawm'}; appar, from 481 (in the sense of dumbness);

solitary; Ulam, the name of two Israelites: --Ulam.

0199. >uwlam {oo-lawm'}; apparently a variation of 194; however or

on the contrary: --as for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely,

truly, wherefore.

0200. >ivveleth {iv-veh'-leth}; from the same as 191; silliness:

--folly, foolishly(-ness).

0201. >Owmar {o-mawr'}; from 559; talkative; Omar, a grandson of

Esau: --Omar.

0202. >own {one}; probably from the same as 205 (in the sense of

effort, but successful); ability, power, (figuratively) wealth:

--force, goods, might, strength, substance.

0203. >Own {one}; the same as 202; On, an Israelite: --On.

0204. >Own {one}; or (shortened); >On {one}; of Egyptian derivation;

On, a city of Egypt: --On.

0205. >aven {aw-ven'}; from an unused root perhaps meaning properly,

to pant (hence, to exert oneself, usually in vain; to come to

naught); strictly nothingness; also trouble. vanity, wickedness;

specifically an idol: --affliction, evil, false, idol, iniquity,

mischief, mourners(-ing), naught, sorrow, unjust, unrighteous, vain

,vanity, wicked(-ness). Compare 369.

0206. >Aven {aw'-ven}; the same as 205; idolatry; Aven, the

contemptuous synonym of three places, one in Coele-Syria, one in

Egypt (On), and one in Palestine (Bethel): --Aven. See also 204,


0207. >Ownow {o-no'}; or (shortened) >Onow {o-no'}; prolonged from

202; strong; Ono, a place in Palestine: --Ono.

0208. >Ownam {o-nawm'}; a variation of 209; strong; Onam, the name

of an Edomite and of an Israelite: --Onam.

0209. >Ownan {o-nawn'}; a variation of 207; strong; Onan, a son of

Judah: --Onan.

0210. >Uwphaz {oo-fawz'}; perhaps a corruption of 211; Uphaz, a

famous gold region: --Uphaz.

0211. >Owphiyr {o-feer'}; or (shortened) >Ophiyr {o-feer'}; and

>Owphir {o-feer'}; of uncertain derivation; Ophir, the name of a son

of Joktan, and of a gold region in the East: --Ophir.

0212. >owphan {o-fawn'} or (shortened) >ophan {o-fawn'}; from an

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

0213. >uwts {oots}; a primitive root; to press; (by implication) to

be close, hurry, withdraw: --(make) haste(-n, -y), labor, be narrow.

0214. >owtsar {o-tsaw'}; from 686; a depository: --armory, cellar,

garner, store(-house), treasure(-house) (-y).

0215. >owr {ore}; a primitive root; to be (causative, make) luminous

(literally and metaphorically): --X break of day, glorious, kindle,

(be, en-, give, show) light (-en, -ened), set on fire, shine.

0216. >owr {ore}; from 215; illumination or (concrete) luminary (in

every sense, including lightning, happiness, etc.): --bright, clear,

+ day, light (-ning), morning, sun.

0217. >uwr {ore}; from 215; flame; hence (in the plural) the East

(as being the region of light): --fire, light. See also 224.

0218. >Uwr {oor}; the same as 217; Ur, a place in Chaldaea; also an

Israelite: --Ur.

0219. >owrah {o-raw'}; feminine of 216; luminousness, i.e.

(figuratively) prosperity; also a plant (as being bright): --herb,


0220. >averah {av-ay-raw'}; by transposition for 723; a stall:


0221. >Uwriy {oo-ree'}; from 217; fiery; Uri, the name of three

Israelites: --Uri.

0222. >Uwriy>el {oo-ree-ale'}; from 217 and 410; flame of God;

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

0223. >Uwriyah {oo-ree-yaw'}; or (prolonged) >Uwriyahuw

{oo-ree-yaw'-hoo}; from 217 and 3050; flame of Jah; Urijah, the name

of one Hittite and five Israelites: --Uriah, Urijah.

0224. >Uwriym {oo-reem'}; plur of 217; lights; Urim, the oracular

brilliancy of the figures in the high-priest's breastplate: --Urim.

0225. >uwth {ooth}; a primitive root; properly, to come, i.e.

(implied) to assent: --consent.

0226. >owth {oth}; probably from 225 (in the sense of appearing); a

signal (literally or figuratively), as a flag, beacon, monument,

omen, prodigy, evidence, etc.: --mark, miracle, (en-)sign, token.

0227. >az {awz}; a demonstrative adverb; at that time or place; also

as a conjunction, therefore: --beginning, for, from, hitherto, now,

of old, once, since, then, at which time, yet.

0228. >aza> (Aramaic) {az-zaw'}; or >azah (Aramaic) {az-aw'}; to

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

0229. >Ezbay {ez-bah'ee}; probably from 231; hyssop-like; Ezbai, an

Israelite: --Ezbai.

0230. >azad (Aramaic) {az-zawd'}; of uncertain derivation; firm:

--be gone.

0231. >ezowb {ay-zobe'}; probably of foreign derivation; hyssop:


0232. >ezowr {ay-zore'}; from 246; something girt; a belt, also a

band: --girdle.

0233. >azay {az-ah'ee}; probably from 227; at that time: --then.

0234. >azkarah {az-kaw-raw'}; from 2142; a reminder; specifically

remembrance- offering: --memorial.

0235. >azal {aw-zal'}; a primitive root; to go away, hence, to

disappear: --fail, gad about, go to and fro [but in Ezek. 27:19 the

word is rendered by many "from Uzal," by others "yarn"], be gone


0236. >azal (Aramaic) {az-al'}; the same as 235; to depart: --go


0237. >ezel {eh'-zel}; from 235; departure; Ezel, a memorial stone

in Palestine: --Ezel.

0238. >azan {aw-zan'}; a primitive root; probably to expand; but

used only as a denominative from 241; to broaden out the ear (with

the hand), i.e. (by implication) to listen: --give (perceive by the)

ear, hear(-ken). See 239.

0239. >azan {aw-zan'}; a primitive root [rather identical with 238

through the idea of scales as if two ears]; to weigh, i.e.

(figuratively) ponder: --give good head.

0240. >azen {aw-zane'}; from 238; a spade or paddle (as having a

broad end): --weapon.

0241. >ozen {o'-zen}; from 238; broadness. i.e. (concrete) the ear

(from its form in man): --+ advertise, audience, + displease, ear,

hearing, + show.

0242. >Uzzen She>erah {ooz-zane' sheh-er-aw'}; from 238 and 7609;

plat of Sheerah (i.e. settled by him); Uzzen-Sheerah, a place in

Palestine: --Uzzen-sherah.

0243. >Aznowth Tabowr {az-noth' taw-bore'}; from 238 and 8396; flats

(i.e. tops) of Tabor (i.e. situated on it); Aznoth-Tabor, a place in

Palestine: --Aznoth-tabor.

0244. >Ozniy {oz-nee'}; from 241; having (quick) ears; Ozni, an

Israelite; also an Oznite (collectively), his descendant: --Ozni,


0245. >Azanyah {az-an-yaw'}; from 238 and 3050; heard by Jah;

Azanjah, an Israelite: --Azaniah.

0246. >aziqqiym {az-ik-keem'}; a variation for 2131; manacles:


0247. >azar {aw-zar'}; a primitive root; to belt: --bind (compass)

about, gird (up, with).

0248. >ezrowa< {ez-ro'-a}; a variation for 2220; the arm: --arm.

0249. >ezrach {ez-rawkh'}; from 2224 (in the sense of springing up);

a spontaneous growth, i.e. native (tree or persons): --bay tree,

(home-)born (in the land), of the (one's own) country (nation).

0250. >Ezrachiy {ez-raw-khee'}; patronymic from 2246; an Ezrachite

or descendant of Zerach: --Ezrahite.

0251. >ach {awkh}; a primitive word; a brother (used in the widest

sense of literal relationship and metaphorical affinity or

resemblance [like 1]): --another, brother(-ly); kindred, like,

other. Compare also the proper names beginning with "Ah-" or "Ahi-".

0252. >ach (Aramaic) {akh}; corresponding to 251: --brother.

0253. >ach {awkh}; a variation for 162; Oh! (expressive of grief or

surprise): --ah, alas.

0254. >ach {awkh}; of uncertain derivation; a fire-pot or chafing

dish: --hearth.

0255. >oach {o'-akh}; probably from 253; a howler or lonesome wild

animal: --doleful creature.

0256. >Ach>ab {akh-awb'}; once (by contraction) >Echab (Jer. 29:22)

{ekh-awb'}; from 251 and 1; brother [i.e. friend] of (his) father;

Achab, the name of a king of Israel and of a prophet at Babylon:


0257. >Achban {akh-bawn'}; from 251 and 995; brother (i.e.

possessor) of understanding; Achban, an Israelite: --Ahban.

0258. >achad {aw-khad'}; perhaps a primitive root; to unify, i.e.

(figuratively) collect (one's thoughts): --go one way or other.

0259. >echad {ekh-awd'}; a numeral from 258; properly, united, i.e.

one; or (as an ordinal) first: --a, alike, alone, altogether, and,

any(-thing), apiece, a certain, [dai-]ly, each (one), + eleven,

every, few, first, + highway, a man, once, one, only, other, some,


0260. >achuw {aw'-khoo}; of uncertain (perhaps Egyptian) derivation;

a bulrush or any marshy grass (particularly that along the Nile):

--flag, meadow.

0261. >Echuwd {ay-khood'} from 258; united; Echud, the name of three

Israelites: --Ehud.

0262. >achvah {akh-vaw'}; from 2331 (in the sense of 2324); an

utterance: --declaration.

0263. >achavah (Aramaic) {akh-av-aw'}; corresponding to 262;

solution (of riddles): --showing.

0264. >achavah {akh-av-aw'}; from 251; fraternity: --brotherhood.

0265. >Achowach {akh-o'-akh}; by reduplication from 251; brotherly;

Achoach, an Israelite: --Ahoah.

0266. >Achowchiy {akh-o-khee'}; patronymic from 264; an Achochite or

descendant of Achoach: --Ahohite.

0267. >Achuwmay {akh-oo-mah'-ee}; perhaps from 251 and 4325; brother

(i.e. neighbour) of water; Achumai, an Israelite: --Ahumai.

0268. >achowr {aw-khore'}; or (shortened) >achor {aw-khore'}; from

299; the hinder part; hence (adverb) behind, backward; also (as

facing north) the West: --after(-ward), back (part, -side, -ward),

hereafter, (be-)hind(-er part), time to come, without.

0269. >achowth {aw-khoth'}; irregular feminine of 251; a sister

(used very widely [like 250], literally and figuratively):

--(an-)other, sister, together.

0270. >achaz {aw-khaz'}; a primitive root; to seize (often with the

accessory idea of holding in possession): -- + be affrighted, bar,

(catch, lay, take) hold (back), come upon, fasten, handle, portion,

(get, have or take) possess(-ion).

0271. >Achaz {aw-khawz'}; from 270; possessor; Achaz, the name of a

Jewish king and of an Israelite: --Ahaz.

0272. >achuzzah {akh-ooz-zaw'}; feminine passive participle from

270; something seized, i.e. a possession (especially of land):


0273. >Achzay {akh-zah'ee}; from 270; seizer; Achzai, an Israelite:


0274. >Achazyah {akh-az-yaw'}; or (prolonged) >Achazyahuw

{akh-az-yaw'-hoo}; from 270 and 3050; Jah has seized; Achazjah, the

name of a Jewish and an Israelite king: --Ahaziah.

0275. >Achuzzam {akh-ooz-zawm'}; from 270; seizure; Achuzzam, an

Israelite: --Ahuzam.

0276. >Achuzzath {akh-ooz-zath'}; a variation of 272; possession;

Achuzzath, a Philistine: --Ahuzzath.

0277. >Achiy {akh-ee'}; from 251; brotherly; Achi, the name of two

Israelites: --Ahi.

0278. >Echiy {ay-khee'}; probably the same as 277; Echi, an

Israelite: --Ehi.

0279. >Achiyam {akh-ee-awm'}; from 251 and 517; brother of the

mother (i.e. uncle); Achiam, an Israelite: --Ahiam.

0280. >achiydah (Aramaic) {akh-ee-daw'}; corresponding to 2420, an

enigma: --hard sentence.

0281. >Achiyah {akh-ee-yaw}; or (prolonged) >Achiyahuw

{akh-ee-yaw'-hoo}; from 251 and 3050; brother (i.e. worshipper) of

Jah; Achijah, the name of nine Israelites: --Ahiah, Ahijah.

0282. >Achiyhuwd {akh-ee-hood'}; from 251 and 1935; brother (i.e.

possessor) of renown; Achihud, an Israelite: --Ahihud.

0283. >Achyow {akh-yo'}; prolonged from 251; brotherly; Achio, the

name of three Israelites: --Ahio.

0284. >Achiychud {akh-ee-khood'}; from 251 and 2330; brother of a

riddle (i.e. mysterious); Achichud, an Israelite: --Ahihud.

0285. >Achiytuwb {akh-ee-toob'}; from 251 and 2898; brother of

goodness; Achitub, the name of several priests: --Ahitub.

0286. >Achiyluwd {akh-ee-lood'}; from 251 and 3205; brother of one

born; Achilud, an Israelite: --Ahilud.

0287. >Achiymowth {akh-ee-moth'}; from 251 and 4191; brother of

death; Achimoth, an Israelite: --Ahimoth.

0288. >Achiymelek {akh-ee-meh'-lek}; from 251 and 4428; brother of

(the) king; Achimelek, the name of an Israelite and of a Hittite:


0289. >Achiyman {akh-ee-man'}; or >Achiyman {akh-ee-mawn'}; from 251

and 4480; brother of a portion (i.e. gift); Achiman, the name of an

Anakite and of an Israelite: --Ahiman.

0290. >Achiyma<ats {akh-ee-mah'-ats}; from 251 and the equivalent of

4619; brother of anger; Achimaats, the name of three Israelites:


0291. >Achyan {akh-yawn'}; from 251; brotherly; Achjan, an

Israelite: --Ahian.

0292. >Achiynadab {akh-ee-naw-dawb'}; from 251 and 5068; brother of

liberality; Achinadab, an Israelite: --Ahinadab.

0293. >Achiyno<am {akh-ee-no'-am}; from 251 and 5278; brother of

pleasantness; Achinoam, the name of two Israelitesses: --Ahinoam.

0294. >Achiycamak {akh-ee-saw-mawk'}; from 251 and 5564; brother of

support; Achisamak, an Israelite: --Ahisamach.

0295. >Achiy<ezer {akh-ee-eh'-zer}; from 251 and 5828; brother of

help; Achiezer, the name of two Israelites: --Ahiezer.

0296. >Achiyqam {akh-ee-kawm'}; from 251 and 6965; brother of rising

(i.e. high); Achikam, an Israelite: --Ahikam.

0297. >Achiyram {akh-ee-rawm'}; from 251 and 7311; brother of height

(i.e. high); Achiram, an Israelite: --Ahiram.

0298. >Achiyramiy {akh-ee-raw-mee'}; patronymic from 297; an

Achiramite or descendant (collectively) of Achiram: --Ahiramites.

0299. >Achiyra< {akh-ee-rah'}; from 251 and 7451; brother of wrong;

Achira, an Israelite: --Ahira.

0300. >Achiyshachar {akh-ee-shakh'-ar}; from 251 and 7837; brother

of (the) dawn; Achishachar, an Israelite: --Ahishar.

0301. >Achiyshar {akh-ee-shawr'}; from 251 and 7891; brother of

(the) singer; Achishar, an Israelite: --Ahishar.

0302. >Achiythophel {akh-ee-tho'-fel}; from 251 and 8602; brother of

folly; Achithophel, an Israelite: --Ahithophel.

0303. >Achlab {akh-lawb'}; from the same root as 2459; fatness (i.e.

fertile); Achlab, a place in Palestine: --Ahlab.

0304. >Achlay {akh-lah'ee}; the same as 305; wishful; Achlai, the

name of an Israelitess and of an Israelite: --Ahlai.

0305. >achalay {akh-al-ah'ee}; or >achaley {akh-al-ay'}; prob from

253 and a variation of 3863; would that!: --O that, would God.

0306. >achlamah {akh-law'-maw}; perhaps from 2492 (and thus

dream-stone); a gem, probably the amethyst: --amethyst.

0307. >Achm@tha> {akh-me-thaw'}; of Persian derivation; Achmetha

(i.e. Ecbatana), the summer capital of Persia: --Achmetha.

0308. >Achacbay {akh-as-bah'ee}; of uncertain derivation; Achasbai,

an Israelite: --Ahasbai.

0309. >achar {aw-khar'}; a primitive root; to loiter (i.e. be

behind); by implication to procrastinate: --continue, defer, delay,

hinder, be late (slack), stay (there), tarry (longer).

0310. >achar {akh-ar'}; from 309; properly, the hind part; generally

used as an adverb or conjunction, after (in various senses): --after

(that, -ward), again, at, away from, back (from, -side), behind,

beside, by, follow (after, -ing), forasmuch, from, hereafter, hinder

end, + out (over) live, + persecute, posterity, pursuing, remnant,

seeing, since, thence[-forth], when, with.

0311. >achar (Aramaic) {akh-ar'}; corresponding to 310; after:


0312. >acher {akh-air'}; from 309; properly, hinder; generally,

next, other, etc.: --(an-)other man, following, next, strange.

0313. >Acher {akh-air'}; the same as 312; Acher, an Israelite:


0314. >acharown {akh-ar-one'}; or (shortened) >acharon

{akh-ar-one'}; from 309; hinder; generally, late or last;

specifically (as facing the east) western: --after (-ward), to come,

following, hind(-er, -ermost, -most), last, latter, rereward,


0315. >Achrach {akh-rakh'}; from 310 and 251; after (his) brother:

Achrach, an Israelite: --Aharah.

0316. >Acharchel {akh-ar-kale'}; from 310 and 2426; behind (the)

intrenchment (i.e. safe); Acharchel, an Israelite: --Aharhel,

0317. >ochoriy (Aramaic) {okh-or-ee'}; from 311; other:


0318. >ochoreyn (Aramaic) {okh-or-ane'}; or (shortened) >ochoren

(Aramaic) {okh-or-ane'}; from 317; last: --at last.

0319. >achariyth {akh-ar-eeth'}; from 310; the last or end, hence,

the future; also posterity: --(last, latter) end (time), hinder

(utter) -most, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward.

0320. >achariyth (Aramaic) {akh-ar-eeth'}; from 311; the same as

319; later: --latter.

0321. >ochoran (Aramaic) {okh-or-awn'}; from 311; the same as 317;

other: --(an-)other.

0322. >achoranniyth {akh-o-ran-neeth'}; prolonged from 268;

backwards: --back (-ward, again).

0323. >achashdarpan {akh-ash-dar-pan'}; of Persian derivation; a

satrap or governor of a main province (of Persia): --lieutenant.

0324. >achashdarpan (Aramaic) {akh-ash-dar-pan'}; corresponding to

323: --prince.

0325. >Achashverowsh {akh-ash-vay-rosh'}; or (shortened) >Achashrosh

{akh-ash-rosh'} (Esth. 10:1); of Persian origin; Achashverosh (i.e.

Ahasuerus or Artaxerxes, but in this case Xerxes), the title (rather

than name) of a Persian king: --Ahasuerus.

0326. >achashtariy {akh-ash-taw-ree'}; probably of Persian

derivation; an achastarite (i.e. courier); the designation (rather

than name) of an Israelite: --Haakashtari [includ. the article].

0327. >achastaran {akh-ash-taw-rawn'}; of Persian origin; a mule:


0328. >at {at}; from an unused root perhaps meaning to move softly;

(as a noun) a necromancer (from their soft incantations), (as an

adverb) gently: --charmer, gently, secret, softly.

0329. >atad {aw-tawd'}; from an unused root probably meaning to

pierce or make fast; a thorn-tree (especially the buckthorn):

--Atad, bramble, thorn.

0330. >etuwn {ay-toon'}; from an unused root (probably meaning to

bind); properly, twisted (yarn), i.e. tapestry: --fine linen.

0331. >atam {aw-tam'}; a primitive root; to close (the lips or

ears); by analology to contract (a window by bevelled jambs):

--narrow, shut, stop.

0332. >atar {aw-tar'}; a primitive root; to close up: --shut.

0333. >Ater {aw-tare'}; from 332; maimed; Ater, the name of three

Israelites: --Ater.

0334. >itter {it-tare'}; from 332; shut up, i.e. impeded (as to the

use of the right hand): --+ left-handed.

0335. >ay {ah'ee}; perhaps from 370; where? hence how?: --how, what,

whence, where, whether, which (way).

0336. >iy {ee}; probably identical with 335 (through the idea of a

query); not: --island (Job 22:30).

0337. >iy {ee}; short from 188; alas!: --woe.

0338. >iy {ee}; probably identical with 337 (through the idea of a

doleful sound); a howler (used only in the plural), i.e. any

solitary wild creature; --wild beast of the islands.

0339. >iy {ee}; from 183; properly, a habitable spot (as desirable);

dry land, a coast, an island: --country, isle, island.

0340. >ayab {aw-yab'}; a primitive root; to hate (as one of an

opposite tribe or party); hence to be hostile: --be an enemy.

0341. >oyeb {o-yabe'}; or (fully) >owyeb {o-yabe'}; active

participle of 340; hating; an adversary: --enemy, foe.

0342. >eybah {ay-baw'}; from 340; hostility: --emnity, hatred.

0343. >eyd {ade}; from the same as 181 (in the sense of bending

down); oppression; by implication misfortune, ruin: --calamity,


0344. >ayah {ah-yaw'}; perhaps from 337; the screamer, i.e. a hawk:

--kite, vulture.

0345. >Ayah {ah-yaw'}; the same as 344; Ajah, the name of two

Israelites: --Aiah, Ajah.

0346. >ayeh {ah-yay'}; prolonged from 335; where?: --where.

0347. >Iyowb {ee-yobe'};from 340; hated (i.e. persecuted); Ijob, the

patriarch famous for his patience: --Job.

0348. >Iyzebel {ee-zeh'-bel}; from 336 and 2083; Izebel, the wife of

king Ahab: --Jezebel.

0349. >eyk {ake}; also >eykah {ay-kaw'}; and >eykakah {ay-kaw'-kah};

prolonged from 335; how? or how!; also where: --how, what.

0350. >Iy-kabowd {ee-kaw-bode'}; from 336 and 3519; (there is) no

glory, i.e. inglorious; Ikabod, a son of Phineas: --I-chabod.

0351. >eykoh {ay-ko}; probably a variation for 349, but not as an

interogative; where: --where.

0352. >ayil {ah'-yil}; from the same as 193; properly, strength;

hence, anything strong; specifically a chief (politically); also a

ram (from his strength); a pilaster (as a strong support); an oak or

other strong tree: --mighty (man), lintel, oak, post, ram, tree.

0353. >eyal {eh-yawl'}; a variation of 352; strength: --strength.

0354. >ayal {ah-yawl'}; an intensive form of 352 (in the sense of

ram); a stag or male deer: --hart.

0355. >ayalah {ah-yaw-law'}; feminine of 354; a doe or female deer:


0356. >Eylown {ay-lone'}; or (shortened) >Elown {ay-lone'}; or Eylon

{ay-lone'}; from 352; oak-grove; Elon, the name of a place in

Palestine, and also of one Hittite, two Israelites: --Elon.

0357. >Ayalown {ah-yaw-lone'}; from 354; deer-field; Ajalon, the

name of five places in Palestine: --Aijalon, Ajalon.

0358. >Eylown Beyth Chanan {ay-lone' bayth-chaw-nawn'}; from 356,

1004, and 2603; oak-grove of (the) house of favor; Elon of

Beth-chanan, a place in Palestine: --Elon-beth-hanan.

0359. >Eylowth {ay-loth'}; or >Eylath {ay-lath'}; from 352; trees or

a grove (i.e. palms); Eloth or Elath, a place on the Red Sea:

--Elath, Eloth.

0360. >eyaluwth {eh-yaw-looth'}; feminine of 353; power; by

implication, protection: --strength.

0361. >eylam {ay-lawm'}; or (shortened) >elam {ay-lawm'}; or

(feminine) >elammah {ay-lam-maw'}; probably from 352; a pillar-space

(or colonnade), i.e. a pale (or portico): --arch.

0362. >Eylim {ay-leem'}; plural of 352; palm-trees; Elim, a place in

the Desert: --Elim.

0363. >iylan (Aramaic) {ee-lawn'}; corresponding to 356; a tree:


0364. >Eyl Pa>ran {ale paw-rawn'}; from 352 and 6290; oak of Paran;

El-Paran, a portion of the district of Paran: --El-paran.

0365. >ayeleth {ah-yeh'-leth}; the same as 355; a doe: --hind,


0366. >ayom {aw-yome'}; from an unused root (meaning to frighten);

frightful: --terrible.

0367. >eymah {ay-maw'}; or (shortened) >emah {ay-maw'}; from the

same as 366; fright; concrete, an idol (as a bugbear): --dread,

fear, horror, idol, terrible, terror.

0368. >Eymiym {ay-meem'}; plural of 367; terrors; Emim, an early

Canaanitish (or Maobitish) tribe: --Emims.

0369. >ayin {ah'-yin}; as if from a primitive root meaning to be

nothing or not exist; a non-entity; generally used as a negative

particle: --else, except, fail, [father-]less, be gone,

in[-curable], neither, never, no (where), none, nor, (any, thing),

not, nothing, to nought, past, un(-searchable), well-nigh, without.

Compare 370.

0370. >aiyn {ah-yin'}; probably identical with 369 in the sense of

query (compare 336); --where? (only in connection with prepositional

prefix, whence): --whence, where.

0371. >iyn {een}; apparently a shortened form of 369; but (like 370)

an interrogative: is it not?: --not.

0372. >Iy<ezer {ee-eh'-zer}; from 336 and 5828; helpless; Iezer, an

Israelite: --Jeezer.

0373. >Iy<ezriy {ee-ez-ree'}; patronymic from 372; an Iezrite or

descendant of Iezer: --Jezerite.

0374. >eyphah {ay-faw'}; or (shortened) >ephah {ay-faw'}; of

Egyptian derivation; an ephah or measure for grain; hence, a measure

in general: --ephah, (divers) measure(-s).

0375. >eyphoh {ay-fo'}; from 335 and 6311; what place?; also (of

time) when?; or (of means) how?; --what manner, where.

0376. >iysh {eesh}; contracted for 582 [or perhaps rather from an

unused root meaning to be extant]; a man as an individual or a male

person; often used as an adjunct to a more definite term (and in

such cases frequently not expressed in translation): --also,

another, any (man), a certain, + champion, consent, each, every

(one), fellow, [foot-, husband-]man, [good-, great, mighty) man, he,

high (degree), him (that is), husband, man[-kind], + none, one,

people, person, + steward, what (man) soever, whoso(-ever), worthy.

Compare 802.

0377. >iysh {eesh}; denominative from 376; to be a man, i.e. act in

a manly way: --show (one) self a man.

0378. >Iysh-Bosheth {eesh-bo'-sheth}; from 376 and 1322; man of

shame; Ish-Bosheth, a son of King Saul: --Ish-bosheth.

0379. >Iyshhowd {eesh-hode'}; from 376 and 1935; man of renown;

Ishod, an Israelite: --Ishod.

0380. >iyshown {ee-shone'}; diminutive from 376; the little man of

the eye; the pupil or ball; hence, the middle (of night): --apple

[of the eye], black, obscure.

0381. >Iysh-Chayil {eesh-khah'-yil}; from 376 and 2428; man of

might; by defect. transcription (2 Sam. 23:20) >Iysh-Chay

{eesh-khah'ee}; as if from 376 and 2416; living man; Ish-chail (or

Ish-chai), an Israelite: --a valiant man.

0382. >Iysh-Towb {eesh-tobe'}; from 376 and 2897; man of Tob;

Ish-Tob, a place in Palestine: --Ish-tob.

0383. >iythay (Aramaic) {ee-thah'ee}; corresponding to 3426;

properly, entity; used only as a particle of affirmation, there is:

--art thou, can, do ye, have, it be, there is (are), X we will not.

0384. >Iythiy>el {eeth-ee-ale'}; perhaps from 837 and 410; God has

arrived; Ithiel, the name of an Israelite, also of a symbolical

person: --Ithiel.

0385. >Iythamar {eeth-aw-mawr'}; from 339 and 8558; coast of the

palm-tree; Ithamar, a son of Aaron: --Ithamar.

0386. >eythan {ay-thawn'}; or (shortened) >ethan {ay-thawn'}; from

an unused root (meaning to continue); permanence; hence (concrete)

permanent; specifically a chieftain: --hard, mighty, rough,

strength, strong.

0387. >Eythan {ay-thawn'}; the same as 386; permanent; Ethan, the

name of four Israelites: --Ethan.

0388. >Eythaniym {ay-thaw-neem'}; plural of 386; always with the

article; the permanent brooks; Ethanim, the name of a month:


0389. >ak {ak}; akin to 403; a particle of affirmation, surely;

hence (by limitation) only: --also, in any wise, at least, but,

certainly, even, howbeit, nevertheless, notwithstanding, only, save,

surely, of a surety, truly, verily, + wherefore, yet (but).

0390. >Akkad {ak-kad'}; from an unused root probably meaning to

strengthen; a fortress; Accad, a place in Babylon: --Accad.

0391. >akzab {ak-zawb'}; from 3576; falsehood; by implication

treachery: --liar, lie.

0392. >Akziyb {ak-zeeb'}; from 391; deceitful (in the sense of a

winter-torrent which fails in summer); Akzib, the name of two places

in Palestine: --Achzib.

0393. >akzar {ak-zawr'}; from an unused root (apparently meaning to

act harshly); violent; by implication deadly; also (in a good sense)

brave: --cruel, fierce.

0394. >akzariy {ak-zawr-ree'}; from 393; terrible: --cruel (one).

0395. >akz@riyuwth {ak-ze-ree-ooth'}; from 394; fierceness: --cruel.

0396. >akiylah {ak-ee-law'}; feminine from 398; something eatable,

i.e. food: --meat.

0397. >Akiysh {aw-keesh'}; of uncertain derivation; Akish, a

Philistine king: --Achish.

0398. >akal {aw-kal'}; a primitive root; to eat (literally or

figuratively): --X at all, burn up, consume, devour(-er, up), dine,

eat(-er, up), feed (with), food, X freely, X in...wise(-deed,

plenty), (lay) meat, X quite.

0399. >akal (Aramaic) {ak-al'}; corresponding to 398: --+ accuse,

devour, eat.

0400. >okel {o'-kel}; from 398; food: --eating, food, meal[-time],

meat, prey, victuals.

0401. >Ukal {oo-kawl'}; or >Ukkal {ook-kawl'}; apparently from 398;

devoured; Ucal, a fancy name: --Ucal.

0402. >oklah {ok-law'}; feminine of 401; food: --consume, devour,

eat, food, meat.

0403. >aken {aw-kane'}; from 3559 [compare 3651]; firmly;

figuratively, surely; also (advers.) but: --but, certainly,

nevertheless, surely, truly, verily.

0404. >akaph {aw-kaf'}; a primitive root; apparently meaning to

curve (as with a burden); to urge: --crave.

0405. >ekeph {eh'-kef}; from 404; a load; by implication, a stroke

(others dignity): --hand.

0406. >ikkar {ik-kawr'}; from an unused root meaning to dig; a

farmer: --husbandman, ploughman.

0407. >Akshaph {ak-shawf'}; from 3784; fascination; Acshaph, a place

in Palestine: --Achshaph.

0408. >al {al}; a negative particle [akin to 3808]; not (the

qualified negation, used as a deprecative); once (Job 24:25) as a

noun, nothing: --nay, neither, + never, no ,nor, not, nothing

[worth], rather than.

0409. >al (Aramaic) {al}; corresponding to 408: --not.

0410. >el {ale}; shortened from 352; strength; as adjective, mighty;

especially the Almighty (but used also of any deity): --God (god), X

goodly, X great, idol, might(-y one), power, strong. Compare names

in "-el."

0411. >el {ale}; a demonstrative particle (but only in a plural

sense) these or those: --these, those. Compare 428.

0412. >el (Aramaic) {ale}; corresponding to 411: --these.

0413. >el {ale}; (but only used in the shortened constructive form

>el {el}); a primitive particle; properly, denoting motion towards,

but occasionally used of a quiescent position, i.e. near, with or

among; often in general, to: -- about, according to ,after, against,

among, as for, at, because(-fore, -side), both...and, by,

concerning, for, from, X hath, in(-to), near, (out) of, over,

through, to(-ward), under, unto, upon, whether, with(-in).

0414. >Ela> {ay-law'}; a variation of 424; oak; Ela, an Israelite:


0415. >El >elohey Yisra>el {ale el-o-hay' yis-raw-ale'}; from 410

and 430 and 3478; the mighty god if Jisrael; El-Elohi-Jisrael, the

title given to a consecrated spot by Jacob: --El-elohe-israel.

0416. >El Beyth->El {ale bayth-ale'}; from 410 and 1008; the God of

Bethel; El-Bethel, the title given to a consecrated spot by Jacob:


0417. >elgabiysh {el-gaw-beesh'}; from 410 and 1378; hail (as if a

great pearl): --great hail[-stones].

0418. >alguwmmiym {al-goom-meem'}; by transposition for 484; sticks

of algum wood: --algum [trees].

0419. >Eldad {el-dad'}; from 410 and 1730; God has loved; Eldad, an

Israelite: --Eldad.

0420. >Elda<ah {el-daw-aw'}; from 410 and 3045; God of knowledge;

Eldaah, a son of Midian: --Eldaah.

0421. >alah {aw-law'}; a primitive root [rather identical with 422

through the idea of invocation]; to bewail: --lament.

0422. >alah {aw-law'}; a primitive root; properly, to adjure, i.e.

(usually in a bad sense) imprecate: --adjure, curse, swear.

0423. >alah {aw-law'}; from 422; an imprecation: --curse, cursing,

execration, oath, swearing.

0424. >elah {ay-law'}; feminine of 352; an oak or other strong tree:

--elm, oak, teil-tree.

0425. >Elah {ay-law'}; the same as 424; Elah, the name of an

Edomite, of four Israelites, and also of a place in Palestine:


0426. >elahh (Aramaic) {el-aw'}; corresponding to 433; God: --God,


0427. >allah {al-law'}; A variation of 424: --oak.

0428. >el-leh {ale'-leh}; prolonged from 411; these or those: --an-

(the) other; one sort, so, some, such, them, these (same), they,

this, those, thus, which, who(-m).

0429. >elleh (Aramaic) {ale'-leh}; corresponding to 428: --these.

0430. >elohiym {el-o-heem'}; plural of 433; gods in the ordinary

sense; but specifically used (in the plural thus, especially with

the article) of the supreme God; occasionally applied by way of

deference to magistrates; and sometimes as a superlative: --angels,

X exceeding, God (gods)(-dess, -ly), X (very) great, judges, X


0431. >aluw (Aramaic) {al-oo'}; probably prolonged from 412; lo!:


0432. >illuw {il-loo'}; probably from 408; nay, i.e. (softened) if:

--but if, yea though.

0433. >elowahh {el-o'-ah; rarely (shortened) >eloahh {el-o'-ah};

probably prolonged (emphat.) from 410; a deity or the Deity: --God,

god. See 430.

0434. >eluwl {el-ool'}; for 457; good for nothing: --thing of


0435. >Eluwl {el-ool'}; probably of foreign derivation; Elul, the

sixth Jewish month: --Elul.

0436. >elown {ay-lone'}; prolonged from 352; an oak or other strong

tree: --plain. See also 356.

0437. >allown {al-lone'}; a variation of 436: --oak.

0438. >Allown {al-lone'}; the same as 437; Allon, an Israelite, also

a place in Palestine: --Allon.

0439. >Allown Bakuwth {al-lone' baw-kooth'}; from 437 and a

variation of 1068; oak of weeping; Allon-Bakuth, a monumental tree:


0440. >Elowniy {ay-lo-nee'}; or rather (shortened) >Eloniy

{ay-lo-nee'}; patron from 438; an Elonite or descendant

(collectively) of Elon: --Elonites.

0441. >alluwph {al-loof'}; or (shortened) >alluph {al-loof'}; from

502; familiar; a friend, also gentle; hence, a bullock (as being

tame; applied, although masculine, to a cow); and so, a chieftain

(as notable, like neat cattle): --captain, duke, (chief) friend,

governor, guide, ox.

0442. >Aluwsh {aw-loosh'}; of uncertain derivation; Alush, a place

in the Desert: --Alush.

0443. >Elzabad {el-zaw-bawd'}; from 410 and 2064; God has bestowed;

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

0444. >alach {aw-lakh'}; a primitive root; to muddle, i.e.

(figuratively and intransitive) to turn (morally) corrupt: --become


0445. >Elchanan {el-khaw-nawn'}; from 410 and 2603; God (is)

gracious; Elchanan, an Israelite: --Elkanan.

0446. >Eliy>ab {el-ee-awb'}; from 410 and 1; God of (his) father;

Eliab, the name of six Israelites: --Eliab.

0447. >Eliy>el {el-ee-ale'}; from 410 repeated; God of (his) God;

Eliel, the name of nine Israelites: --Eliel.

0448. >Eliy>athah {el-ee-aw-thaw'}; or (contraction) >Eliyathah

{el-ee-yaw-thaw'}; from 410 and 225; God of (his) consent; Eliathah,

an Israelite: --Eliathah.

0449. >Eliydad {el-ee-dawd'}; from the same as 419; God of (his )

love; Elidad, an Israelite: --Elidad.

0450. >Elyada< {el-yaw-daw'}; from 410 and 3045; God (is) knowing;

Eljada, the name of two Israelites and of an Aramaean leader:


0451. >alyah {al-yaw'}; from 422 (in the original sense of

strength); the stout part, i.e. the fat tail of the Oriental sheep:


0452. >Eliyah {ay-lee-yaw'}; or prolonged >Eliyahuw

{ay-lee-yaw'-hoo}; from 410 and 3050; God of Jehovah; Elijah, the

name of the famous prophet and of two other Israelites: --Elijah,


0453. >Eliyhuw {el-ee-hoo'}; or (fully) >Eliyhuw> {el-ee-hoo'}; from

410 and 1931; God of him; Elihu, the name of one of Job's friends,

and of three Israelites: --Elihu.

0454. >Ely@how<eynay {el-ye-ho-ay-nah'ee}; or (shortened)

>Elyow<eynay {el-yo-ay-nah'ee}; from 413 and 3068 and 5869; towards

Jehovah (are) my eyes; Eljehoenai or Eljoenai, the name of seven

Israelites: --Elihoenai, Elionai.

0455. >Elyachba> {el-yakh-baw'}; from 410 and 2244; God will hide;

Eljachba, an Israelite: --Eliahbah.

0456. >Eliychoreph {el-ee-kho'-ref}; from 410 and 2779; God of

autumn; Elichoreph, an Israelite: --Elihoreph.

0457. >eliyl {el-eel'}; apparently from 408; good for nothing, by

anal. vain or vanity; specifically an idol: --idol, no value, thing

of nought.

0458. >Eliymelek {el-ee-meh'-lek}; from 410 and 4428; God of (the)

king; Elimelek, an Israelite: --Elimelech.

0459. >illeyn (Aramaic) {il-lane'}; or shorter >illen {il-lane'};

prolonged from 412; these: --the, these.

0460. >Elyacaph {el-yaw-sawf'}; from 410 and 3254; God (is)

gatherer; Eljasaph, the name of two Israelites: --Eliasaph.

0461. >Eliy<ezer {el-ee-eh'-zer}; from 410 and 5828; God of help;

Eliezer, the name of a Damascene and of ten Israelites: --Eliezer.

0462. >Eliy<eynay {el-ee-ay-nah'ee}; probably contracted for 454;

Elienai, an Israelite: --Elienai.

0463. >Eliy<am {el-ee-awm'}; from 410 and 5971; God of (the) people;

Eliam, an Israelite: --Eliam.

0464. >Eliyphaz {el-ee-faz'}; from 410 and 6337; God of gold;

Eliphaz, the name of one of Job's friends, and of a son of Esau:


0465. >Eliyphal {el-ee-fawl'}; from 410 and 6419; God of judgment;

Eliphal, an Israelite: --Eliphal.

0466. >Eliyph@lehuw {el-ee-fe-lay'-hoo}; from 410 and 6395; God of

his distinction; Eliphelehu, an Israelite: --Elipheleh.

0467. >Eliyphelet {el-ee-feh'-let}; or (shortened) >Elpelet

{el-peh'-let}; from 410 and 6405; God of deliverance; Eliphelet or

Elpelet, the name of six Israelites: --Eliphalet, Eliphelet,


0468. >Eleytsuwr {el-ee-tsoor'}; from 410 and 6697; God of (the)

rock; Elitsur, an Israelite: --Elizur.

0469. >Eliytsaphan {el-ee-tsaw-fawn'}; or (shortened) >Eltsaphan

{el-tsaw-fawn'}; from 410 and 6845; God of treasure; Elitsaphan or

Eltsaphan, an Israelite: --Elizaphan, Elzaphan.

0470. >Eliyqa> {el-ee-kaw'}; from 410 and 6958; God of rejection;

Elika, an Israelite: --Elika.

0471. >Elyaqiym' {el-yaw-keem'}; from 410 and 6965; God of raising;

Eljakim, the name of four Israelites: --Eliakim.

0472. >Eliysheba< {el-ee-sheh'-bah}; from 410 and 7651 (in the sense

of 7650); God of (the) oath; Elisheba, the wife of Aaron:


0473. >Eliyshah {el-ee-shaw'}; probably of foreign derivation;

Elishah, a son of Javan: --Elishah.

0474. >Eliyshuwa< {el-ee-shoo'-ah}; from 410 and 7769; God of

supplication (or of riches); Elishua, the son of King David:


0475. >Elyashiyb {el-yaw-sheeb'}; from 410 and 7725; God will

restore; Eljashib, the name of six Israelites: --Eliashib.

0476. >Eliyshama< {el-ee-shaw-maw'}; from 410 and 8085; God of

hearing; Elishama, the name of seven Israelites: --Elishama.

0477. >Eliysha< {el-ee-shaw'}; contracted for 474.; Elisha, the

famous prophet: --Elisha.

0478. >Eliyshaphat {el-ee-shaw-fawt'}; from 410 and 8199; God of

judgment; Elishaphat, an Israelite: --Elishaphat.

0479. >illek (Aramaic) {il-lake'}; prolonged from 412; these:

--these, those.

0480. >al@lay {al-le-lah'ee}; by reduplication from 421; alas!:


0481. >alam {aw-lam'}; a primitive root; to tie fast; hence (of the

mouth) to be tongue-tied: --bind, be dumb, put to silence.

0482. >elem {ay'-lem}; from 481; silence (i.e. mute justice):

--congregation. Compare 3128.

0483. >illem {il-lame'}; from 481; speechless: --dumb (man).

0484. >almuggiym {al-moog-gheem'}; probably of foreign derivation

(used thus only in the plural); almug (i.e. probably sandle-wood)

sticks: --almug trees. Compare 418.

0485. >alummah {al-oom-maw'}; or (masculine) >alum {aw-loom'};

passive participle of 481; something bound; a sheaf: --sheaf.

0486. >Almowdad {al-mo-dawd'}; probably of foreign derivation:

--Almodad, a son of Joktan: --Almodad.

0487. >Allammelek {al-lam-meh'-lek}; from 427 and 4428; oak of (the)

king; Allammelek, a place in Palestine: --Alammelech.

0488. >alman {al-mawn'}; prolonged from 481 in the sense of

bereavement; discarded (as a divorced person): --forsaken.

0489. >almon {al-mone'}; from 481 as in 488; bereavement:


0490. >almanah {al-maw-naw'}; fem of 488; a widow; also a desolate

place: --desolate house (palace), widow.

0491. >almanuwth {al-maw-nooth'}; feminine of 488; concrete, a

widow; abstract, widowhood: --widow, widowhood.

0492. >almoniy {al-mo-nee'}; from 489 in the sense of concealment;

some one (i.e. so and so, without giving the name of the person or

place): --one, and such.

0493. >Elna<am {el-nah'-am}; from 410 and 5276; God (is his)

delight; Elnaam, an Israelite: --Elnaam.

0494. >Elnathan {el-naw-thawn'}; from 410 and 5414; God (is the)

giver; Elnathan, the name of four Israelites: --Elnathan.

0495. >Ellacar {el-law-sawr'}; probably of foreign derivation;

Ellasar, an early country of Asia: --Ellasar.

0496. >El<ad {el-awd'}; from 410 and 5749; God has testified; Elad,

an Israelite: --Elead.

0497. >El<adah {el-aw-daw'}; from 410 and 5710; God has decked;

Eladah, an Israelite: --Eladah.

0498. >El<uwzay {el-oo-zah'ee}; from 410 and 5756 (in the sense of

5797); God (is) defensive; Eluzai, an Israelite: --Eluzai.

0499. >El<azar {el-aw-zawr'}; from 410 and 5826; God (is) helper;

Elazar, the name of seven Israelites: --Eleazar.

0500. >El<ale> {el-aw-lay'}; or (more properly) >El<aleh

{el-aw-lay'}; from 410 and 5927; God (is) going up; Elale or Elaleh,

a place east of the Jordan: --Elealeh.

0501. >El<asah {el-aw-saw'}; from 410 and 6213; God has made;

Elasah, the name of four Israelites: --Elasah, Eleasah.

0502. >alph {aw-lof'}; a primitive root, to associate with; hence,

to learn (and causatively to teach): --learn, teach, utter.

0503. >alaph {aw-laf'}; denominative from 505; causative, to make a

thousandfold: --bring forth thousands.

0504. >eleph {eh'-lef}; from 502; a family; also (from the sense of

yoking or taming) an ox or cow: --family, kine, oxen.

0505. >eleph {eh'-lef}; prop, the same as 504; hence (the ox's head

being the first letter of the alphabet, and this eventually used as

a numeral) a thousand: --thousand.

0506. >alaph (Aramaic) {al-af'}; or >eleph (Aramaic) {eh'-lef};

corresponding to 505: --thousand.

0507. >Eleph {eh'-lef}; the same as 505; Eleph, a place in

Palestine: --Eleph.

0508. >Elpa<al {el-pah'-al}; from 410 and 6466; God (is) act;

Elpaal, an Israelite: --Elpaal.

0509. >alats {aw-lats'}; a primitive root; to press: --urge.

0510. >alquwm {al-koom'}; probably from 408 and 6965; a non-rising

(i.e. resistlessness): --no rising up.

0511. >Elqanah {el-kaw-naw'}; from 410 and 7069; God has obtained;

Elkanah, the name of several Israelites: --Elkanah.

0512. >Elqoshiy {el-ko-shee'}; patrial from a name of uncertain

derivation; an Elkoshite or native of Elkosh: --Elkoshite.

0513. >Eltowlad {el-to-lad'}; probably from 410 and a masculine form

of 8435 [compare 8434]; God (is) generator; Eltolad, a place in

Palestine: --Eltolad.

0514. >Elt@qe {el-te-kay'}; or (more properly) >Elt@qeh

{el-te-kay'}; of uncertain derivation; Eltekeh or Elteke, a place in

Palestine: --Eltekeh.

0515. >Elt@qon {el-te-kone'}; from 410 and 8626; God (is) straight;

Eltekon, a place in Palestine: --Eltekon.

0516. >Al tashcheth {al tash-kayth'}; from 408 and 7843; Thou must

not destroy; probably the opening words to a popular song:


0517. >em {ame}; a primitive word; a mother (as the bond of the

family); in a wide sense (both literally and figuratively [like 1]:

--dam, mother, X parting.

0518. >im {eem}; a primitive particle; used very widely as

demonstrative, lo!; interrog., whether?; or conditional, if,

although; also Oh that!, when; hence, as a negative, not: --(and,

can-, doubtless, if, that) (not), + but, either, + except, +

more(-over if, than), neither, nevertheless, nor, oh that, or, +

save (only, -ing), seeing, since, sith, + surely (no more, none,

not), though, + of a truth, + unless, + verily, when, whereas,

whether, while, + yet.

0519. >amah {aw-maw'}; apparently a primitive word; a maid-servant

or female slave: --(hand-)bondmaid(-woman), maid(-servant).

0520. >ammah {am-maw'}; prolonged from 517; properly, a mother (i.e.

unit of measure, or the fore-arm (below the elbow), i.e. a cubit;

also a door-base (as a bond of the entrance): --cubit, + hundred [by

exchange for 3967], measure, post.

0521. >ammah (Aramaic) {am-maw'}; corresponding to 520: --cubit.

0522. >Ammah {am-maw'}; the same as 520; Ammah, a hill in Palestine:


0523. >ummah {oom-maw'}; from the same as 517; a collection, i.e.

community of persons: --nation, people.

0524. >ummah (Aramaic) {oom-maw'}; corresponding to 523: --nation.

0525. >amown {aw-mone'}; from 539, probably in the sense of

training; skilled, i.e. an architect [like 542]: --one brought up.

0526. >Amown {aw-mone'}; the same as 525; Amon, the name of three

Israelites: --Amon.

0527. >amown {aw-mone'}; a variation for 1995; a throng of people:


0528. >Amown {aw-mone'}; of Egyptian derivation; Amon (i.e. Ammon or

Amn), a deity of Egypt (used only as an adjunct of 4996):

--multitude, populous.

0529. >emuwn {ay-moon'}; from 539; established, i.e. (figuratively)

trusty; also (abstractly) trustworthiness: --faith(-ful), truth.

0530. >emuwnah {em-oo-naw'); or (shortened) >emunah {em-oo-naw'};

feminine of 529; literally firmness; figuratively security; morally

fidelity: --faith(-ful, -ly, -ness, [man]), set office, stability,

steady, truly, truth, verily.

0531. >Amowts {aw-mohts'}; from 553; strong; Amots, an Israelite:


0532. >Amiy {aw-mee'}; an abbrev. for 526; Ami, an Israelite: --Ami.

0533. >ammiyts {am-meets'}; or (shortened) >ammits {am-meets'}; from

553; strong or (abstractly) strength: --courageous, mighty, strong


0534. >amiyr {aw-meer'}; apparently from 559 (in the sense of

self-exaltation); a summit (of a tree or mountain: --bough, branch.

0535. >amal {aw-mal'}; a primitive root; to droop; by implication to

be sick, to mourn: --languish, be weak, wax feeble.

0536. >umlal {oom-lal'}; from 535; sick: --weak.

0537. >amelal {am-ay-lawl'}; from 535; languid: --feeble.

0538. >Amam {am-awm'}; from 517; gathering-spot; Amam, a place in

Palestine: --Amam.

0539. >aman {aw-man'}; a primitive root; properly, to build up or

support; to foster as a parent or nurse; figuratively to render (or

be) firm or faithful, to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet;

morally to be true or certain; once (Isa. 30:21; interchangeable

with 541) to go to the right hand: --hence, assurance, believe,

bring up, establish, + fail, be faithful (of long continuance,

stedfast, sure, surely, trusty, verified), nurse, (-ing father),

(put), trust, turn to the right.

0540. >aman (Aramaic) {am-an'}; corresponding to 539: --believe,

faithful, sure.

0541. >aman {aw-man'}; denominative from 3225; to take the right

hand road: --turn to the right. See 539.

0542. >aman {aw-mawn'}; from 539 (in the sense of training); an

expert: --cunning workman.

0543. >amen {aw-mane'}; from 539; sure; abstract, faithfulness;

adverb, truly: --Amen, so be it, truth.

0544. >omen {oh-men'}; from 539; verity: --truth.

0545. >omnah {om-naw'}; feminine of 544 (in the specific sense of

training); tutelage: --brought up.

0546. >omnah {om-naw'}; feminine form of 544 (in its usual sense);

adverb, surely: --indeed.

0547. >om@nah {om-me-naw'}; feminine active participle of 544 (in

the original sense of supporting); a column: --pillar.

0548. >amanah {am-aw-naw'}; feminine of 543; something fixed, i.e. a

covenant. an allowance: --certain portion, sure.

0549. >Amanah {am-aw-naw'}; the same as 548; Amanah, a mountain near

Damascus: --Amana.

0550. >Amnown {am-nohn'}; or >Amiynown {am-ee-nohn'}; from 539;

faithful; Amnon (or Aminon), a son of David: --Amnon.

0551. >omnam {om-nawm'}; adverb from 544; verily: --indeed, no

doubt, surely, (it is, of a) true(-ly, -th).

0552. >umnam {oom-nawm'}; an orthographical variation of 551: --in

(very) deed; of a surety.

0553. >amats {aw-mats'}; a primitive root; to be alert, physically

(on foot) or mentally (in courage): --confirm, be courageous (of

good courage, stedfastly minded, strong, stronger), establish,

fortify, harden, increase, prevail, strengthen (self), make strong

(obstinate, speed).

0554. >amots {aw-mohts'}; probably from 553; of a strong color, i.e.

red (others fleet): --bay.

0555. >omets {o'-mets}; from 553; strength: --stronger.

0556. >amtsah {am-tsaw'}; from 553; force: --strength.

0557. >Amtsiy {am-tsee'}; from 553; strong; Amtsi, an Israelite:


0558. >Amatsyah {am-ats-yaw'}; or >Amatsyahuw {am-ats-yaw'-hoo};

from 553 and 3050; strength of Jah; Amatsjah, the name of four

Israelites: --Amaziah.

0559. >amar {aw-mar'}; a primitive root; to say (used with great

latitude): --answer, appoint, avouch, bid, boast self, call,

certify, challenge, charge, + (at the, give) command(-ment),

commune, consider, declare, demand, X desire, determine, X

expressly, X indeed, X intend, name, X plainly, promise, publish,

report, require, say, speak (against, of), X still, X suppose, talk,

tell, term, X that is, X think, use [speech], utter, X verily, X


0560. >amar (Aramaic) {am-ar'}; corresponding to 559: --command,

declare, say, speak, tell.

0561. >emer {ay'-mer; from 559; something said: --answer, X

appointed unto him, saying, speech, word.

0562. >omer {o'-mer}; the same as 561: --promise, speech, thing,


0563. >immar (Aramaic) {im-mar'}; perhaps from 560 (in the sense of

bringing forth); a lamb: --lamb.

0564. >Immer {im-mare'}; from 559; talkative; Immer, the name of

five Israelites: --Immer.

0565. >imrah {im-raw'}; or >emrah {em-raw'}; feminine of 561, and

meaning the same: --commandment, speech, word.

0566. >Imriy {im-ree'}; from 564; wordy; Imri, the name of two

Israelites: --Imri.

0567. >Emoriy {em-o-ree'}; probably a patronymic from an unused name

derived from 559 in the sense of publicity, i.e. prominence; thus, a

mountaineer; an Emorite, one of the Canaanitish tribes: --Amorite.

0568. >Amaryah {am-ar-yaw'}; or prolonged >Amaryahuw

{am-ar-yaw'-hoo}; from 559 and 3050; Jah has said (i.e. promised);

Amarjah, the name of nine Israelites: --Amariah.

0569. >Amraphel {am-raw-fel'}; of uncertain (perhaps foreign)

derivation; Amraphel, a king of Shinar: --Amraphel.

0570. >emesh {eh'-mesh}; time past, i.e. yesterday or last night:

--former time, yesterday(-night)

0571. >emeth {eh'-meth}; contracted from 539; stability;

(figuratively) certainty, truth, trustworthiness: --assured(-ly),

establishment, faithful, right, sure, true (-ly, -th), verity.

0572. >amtachath {am-takh'-ath}; from 4969; properly, something

expansive, i.e. a bag: --sack.

0573. >Amittay {am-it-tah'ee}; from 571; veracious; Amittai, an

Israelite: --Amittai.

0574. >emtaniy (Aramaic) {em-taw-nee'}; from a root corresponding to

that of 4975; well-loined (i.e. burly) or mighty: --terrible.

0575. >an {awn}; or >anah {aw-naw'}; contracted from 370; where?;

hence, whither?, when?; also hither and thither: --+ any (no)

whither, now, where, whither(-soever).

0576. >ana> (Aramaic) {an-aw'}; or >anah (Aramaic) {an-aw'};

corresponding to 589; I: --I, as for me.

0577. >anna> {awn-naw'}; or >annah {awn-naw'}; apparent contracted

from 160 and 4994; oh now!: --I (me) beseech (pray) thee, O.

0578. >anah {aw-naw'}; a primitive root; to groan: --lament, mourn.

0579. >anah {aw-naw'}; a primitive root [perhaps rather identical

with 578 through the idea of contraction in anguish]; to approach;

hence, to meet in various senses: --befall, deliver, happen, seek a


0580. >anuw {an-oo'}; contracted for 587; we: --we.

0581. >innuwn (Aramaic) {in-noon'}; or (feminine) >inniyn (Aramaic)

{in-neen'}; corresponding to 1992; they: --X are, them, these.

0582. >enowsh {en-oshe'}; from 605; properly, a mortal (and thus

differing from the more dignified 120); hence, a man in general

(singly or collectively): --another, X [blood-]thirsty, certain,

chap[-man]; divers, fellow, X in the flower of their age, husband,

(certain, mortal) man, people, person, servant, some ( X of them), +

stranger, those, + their trade. It is often unexpressed in the

English versions, especially when used in apposition with another

word . Compare 376.

0583. >Enowsh {en-ohsh'}; the same as 582; Enosh, a son of Seth;


0584. >anach {aw-nakh'}; a primitive root; to sigh: --groan, mourn,


0585. >anachah {an-aw-khaw'}; from 585; sighing: --groaning, mourn,


0586. >anachna> (Aramaic) {an-akh'-naw}; or >anachnah (Aramaic)

{an-akh-naw'}; corresponding to 587; we: --we.

0587. >anachnuw {an-akh'-noo}; apparently from 595; we: --ourselves,

us, we.

0588. >Anacharath {an-aw-kha-rawth'}; probably from the same root as

5170; a gorge or narrow pass; Anacharath, a place in Palestine:


0589. >aniy {an-ee'}; contracted from 595; I: --I, (as for) me,

mine, myself, we, X which, X who.

0590. >oniy {on-ee'}; probably from 579 (in the sense of

conveyance); -a ship or (collectively)a fleet: --galley, navy (of


0591. >oniyah {on-ee-yaw'}; feminine of 590; a ship: --ship([-men]).

0592. >aniyah {an-ee-yaw'}; from 578; groaning: --lamentation,


0593. >Aniy<am {an-ee-awm'}; from 578 and 5971; groaning of (the)

people; Aniam, an Israelite: --Aniam.

0594. >anak {an-awk'}; probably from an unused root meaning to be

narrow; according to most a plumb-line, and to others a hook:


0595. >anokiy {aw-no-kee'} sometimes {aw-no'-kee}; a primitive pro.;

I: --I, me, X which.

0596. >anan {aw-nan'}; a primitive root; to mourn, i.e. complain:


0597. >anac {aw-nas'}; to insist: --compel.

0598. >anac (Aramaic) {an-as'}; corresponding to 597; figuratively,

to distress: --trouble.

0599. >anaph {aw-naf'}; a primitive root; to breathe hard, i.e. be

enraged: --be angry (displeased).

0600. >anaph (Aramaic) {an-af'}; corresponding to 639 (only in the

plural as a singular); the face: --face, visage.

0601. >anaphah {an-aw-faw'}; from 599; an unclean bird, perhaps the

parrot (from its irascibility): --heron.

0602. >anaq {aw-nak'}; a primitive root; to shriek: --cry, groan.

0603. >anaqah {an-aw-kaw'}; from 602; shrieking: --crying out,

groaning, sighing.

0604. >anaqah {an-aw-kaw'}; the same as 603; some kind of lizard,

probably the gecko (from its wail): --ferret.

0605. >anash {aw-nash'}; a primitive root; to be frail, feeble, or

(figuratively) melancholy: --desperate(-ly wicked), incurable, sick,


0606. >enash (Aramaic) {en-awsh'}; or >enash (Aramaic) {en-ash'};

corresponding to 582; a man: --man, + whosoever.

0607. >antah (Aramaic) {an-taw'}; corresponding to 859; thou: --as

for thee, thou.

0608. >antuwn (Aramaic) {an-toon'}; plural of 607; ye: --ye.

0609. >Aca> {aw-saw'}; of uncertain derivation; Asa, the name of a

king and of a Levite: --Asa.

0610. >acuwk {aw-sook'}; from 5480; anointed, i.e. an oil-flask:


0611. >acown {aws-sone'}; of uncertain derivation; hurt: --mischief.

0612. >ecuwr {ay-soor'}; from 631; a bond (especially manacles of a

prisoner): --band, + prison.

0613. >ecuwr (Aramaic) {es-oor'}; corresponding to 612: --band,


0614. >aciyph {aw-seef'}; or >aciph {aw-seef'}; from 622; gathered,

i.e. (abstractly) a gathering in of crops: --ingathering.

0615. >aciyr {aw-sere'}; from 631; bound, i.e. a captive: --(those

which are) bound, prisoner.

0616. >acciyr {as-sere'}; for 615: --prisoner.

0617. >Acciyr {as-sere'}; the same as 616; prisoner; Assir, the name

of two Israelites: --Assir.

0618. >acam {aw-sawm'}; from an unused root meaning to heap

together; a storehouse (only in the plural): --barn, storehouse.

0619. >Acnah {as-naw'}; of uncertain derivation; Asnah, one of the

Nethinim: --Asnah.

0620. >Ocnappar {os-nap-par'}; of foreign derivation; Osnappar, an

Assyrian king: --Asnapper.

0621. >Ac@nath {aw-se-nath'}; of Egyptian derivation; Asenath, the

wife of Joseph: --Asenath.

0622. >acaph {aw-saf'}; a primitive root; to gather for any purpose;

hence, to receive, take away, i.e. remove (destroy, leave behind,

put up, restore, etc.): --assemble, bring, consume, destroy, felch,

gather (in, together, up again), X generally, get (him), lose, put

all together, receive, recover [another from leprosy], (be)

rereward, X surely, take (away, into, up), X utterly, withdraw.

0623. >Acaph {aw-sawf'}; from 622; collector; Asaph, the name of

three Israelites, and of the family of the first: --Asaph.

0624. >acuph {aw-soof'}; passive participle of 622; collected (only

in the plural), i.e. a collection of offerings): --threshold,


0625. >oceph {o'-sef}; from 622; a collection (of fruits):


0626. >acephah {as-ay-faw'}; from 622; a collection of people (only

adverbial): --X together.

0627. >acuppah {as-up-paw'}; fem of 624.; a collection of (learned)

men (only in the plural): --assembly.

0628. >acp@cuph {as-pes-oof'}; by reduplication from 624; gathered

up together, i.e. a promiscuous assemblage (of people): --mixt


0629. >ocparna> (Aramaic) {os-par-naw'}; of Persian derivation;

diligently: --fast, forthwith, speed(-ily).

0630. >Acpatha> {as-paw-thaw'}; of Persian derivation; Aspatha, a

son of Haman: --Aspatha.

0631. >acar {aw-sar'}; a primitive root; to yoke or hitch; by

analogy, to fasten in any sense, to join battle: --bind, fast, gird,

harness, hold, keep, make ready, order, prepare, prison(-er), put in

bonds, set in array, tie.

0632. >ecar {es-sawr'}; or >iccar {is-sawr'}; from 631; an

obligation or vow (of abstinence): --binding, bond.

0633. >ecar (Aramaic) {es-sawr'}; corresponding to 632 in a legal

sense; an interdict: --decree.

0634. >Ecar-Chaddown {ay-sar' Chad-dohn'}; of foreign derivation;

Esar-chaddon, an Assyrian king: --Esar-haddon.

0635. >Ecter {es-tare'}; of Persian derivation; Ester, the Jewish

heroine: --Esther.

0636. >a< (Aramaic) {aw}; corresponding to 6086; a tree or wood:

--timber, wood.

0637. >aph {af}; a primitive particle; meaning accession (used as an

adverb or conjunction); also or yea; adversatively though: --also, +

although, and (furthermore, yet), but, even, + how much less (more,

rather than), moreover, with, yea.

0638. >aph (Aramaic) {af}; corresponding to 637: --also.

0639. >aph {af}; from 599; properly, the nose or nostril; hence, the

face, and occasionally a person; also (from the rapid breathing in

passion) ire: --anger(-gry), + before, countenance, face, +

forebearing, forehead, + [long-]suffering, nose, nostril, snout, X

worthy, wrath.

0640. >aphad {aw-fad'}; a primitive root [rather a denominative from

646]; to gird on (the ephod): --bind, gird.

0641. >Ephod {ay-fode'}; the same as 646 shortened; Ephod, an

Israelite: --Ephod.

0642. >ephuddah {ay-food-daw'}; feminine of 646; a girding on (of

the ephod); hence, generally, a plating (of metal): --ephod,


0643. >appeden {ap-peh'-den}; apparently of foreign derivation; a

pavilion or palace-tent: --palace.

0644. >aphah {aw-faw'}; a primitive root; to cook, especially to

bake: --bake(-r, [-meats]).

0645. >ephow {ay-fo'}; or >ephow> {ay-fo'}; from 6311; strictly a

demonstrative particle, here; but used of time, now or then: --here,

now, where?

0646. >ephowd {ay-fode'}; rarely >ephod {ay-fode'}; probably of

foreign derivation ; a girdle; specifically the ephod or

high-priest's shoulder-piece; also generally, an image: --ephod.

0647. >Aphiyach {af-ee'-akh}; perhaps from 6315; breeze; Aphiach, an

Israelite: --Aphiah.

0648. >aphiyl {aw-feel'}; from the same as 651 (in the sense of

weakness); unripe: --not grown up.

0649. >Appayim {ap-pah'-yim}; dual of 639; two nostrils; Appajim, an

Israelite: --Appaim.

0650. >aphiyq {aw-feek'}; from 622; properly, containing, i.e. a

tube; also a bed or valley of a stream; also a strong thing or a

hero: --brook, channel, mighty, river, + scale, stream, strong


0651. >aphel {aw-fale'}; from an unused root meaning to set as the

sun; dusky: --very dark.

0652. >ophel {o'fel}; from the same as 651; dusk: --darkness,

obscurity, privily.

0653. >aphelah {af-ay-law'}; feminine of 651; duskiness,

figuratively, misfortune; concrete, concealment: --dark, darkness,

gloominess, X thick.

0654. >Ephlal {ef-lawl'}; from 6419; judge; Ephlal, an Israelite:


0655. >ophen {o'-fen}; from an unused root meaning to revolve; a

turn, i.e. a season: -- + fitly.

0656. >aphec {aw-face'}; a primitive root; to disappear, i.e. cease:

--be clean gone (at an end, brought to nought), fail.

0657. >ephec {eh'-fes}; from 656; cessation, i.e. an end (especially

of the earth); often used adverb, no further; also (like 6466) the

ankle (in the dual), as being the extremity of the leg or foot:

--ankle, but (only), end, howbeit, less than nothing, nevertheless

(where), no, none (beside), not (any, -withstanding), thing of

nought, save(-ing), there, uttermost part, want, without (cause).

0658. >Ephec Dammiym {eh'-fes dam-meem'}; from 657 and the plural of

1818; boundary of blood-drops; Ephes-Dammim, a place in Palestine:


0659. >epha< {eh'-fah}; from an unused root probably meaning to

breathe; properly, a breath, i.e. nothing: --of nought.

0660. >eph<eh {ef-eh'}; from 659 (in the sense of hissing); an asp

or other venomous serpent: --viper.

0661. >aphaph {aw-faf'}; a primitive root; to surround: --compass.

0662. >aphaq {aw-fak'}; a primitive root; to contain, i.e. (reflex.)

abstain: --force (oneself), restrain.

0663. >Apheq {af-ake'}; or >Aphiyq {af-eek'}; from 662 (in the sense

of strength); fortress; Aphek (or Aphik), the name of three places

in Palestine: --Aphek, Aphik.

0664. >Apheqah {af-ay-kaw'}; feminine of 663; fortress; Aphekah, a

place in Palestine: --Aphekah.

0665. >epher {ay'-fer}; from an unused root meaning to bestrew;

ashes: --ashes.

0666. >apher {af-ayr'}; from the same as 665 (in the sense of

covering); a turban: --ashes.

0667. >ephroach {ef-ro'-akh}; from 6524 (in the sense of bursting

the shell); the brood of a bird: --young (one).

0668. >appiryown {ap-pir-yone'}; probably of Egyptian derivation; a

palanquin: --chariot.

0669. >Ephrayim {ef-rah'-yim}; dual of masculine form of 672; double

fruit; Ephrajim, a son of Joseph; also the tribe descended from him,

and its territory: --Ephraim, Ephraimites.

0670. >Aphar@cay (Aramaic) {af-aw-re-sah'ee}; of foreign origin

(only in the plural); an Apherasite or inhabitant of an unknown

region of Assyria: --Apharsite.

0671. >Apharc@kay (Aramaic) {af-ar-sek-ah'ee}; or >Apharcathkay

(Aramaic) {af-ar-sath-kah'ee}; of foreign origin (only in the

plural); an Apharsekite or Apharsathkite, an unknown Assyrian tribe:

--Apharsachites, Apharasthchites.

0672. >Ephraath {ef-rawth'}; or >Ephrathah {ef-raw'-thaw}; from

6509; fruitfulness; Ephrath, another name for Bethlehem; once (Psa.

132:6) perhaps for Ephraim; also of an Israelitish woman: --Ephrath,


0673. >Ephrathiy {ef-rawth-ee'}; patrial form 672; an Ephrathite or

an Ephraimite: --Ephraimite, Ephrathite.

0674. >app@thom (Aramaic) {ap-pe-thome'}; of Persian origin;

revenue; others at the last: --revenue.

0675. >Etsbown {ets-bone'}; or >Etsbon {ets-bone'}; of uncertain

derivation; Etsbon, the name of two Israelites: --Ezbon.

0676. >etsba< {ets-bah'}; from the same as 6648 (in the sense of

grasping); something to sieze with, i.e. a finger; by analogy, a

toe: --finger, toe.

0677. >etsba< (Aramaic) {ets-bah'}; corresponding to 676:--finger,


0678. >atsiyl {aw-tseel'}; from 680 (in its secondary sense of

separation); an extremity (Isa. 41:9), also a noble: --chief man,


0679. >atstsiyl {ats-tseel'}; from 680 (in its primary sense of

uniting); a joint of the hand (i.e. knuckle); also (according to

some) a party-wall (Ezek. 41:8): --[arm] hole, great.

0680. >atsal {aw-tsal'}; a primitive root; properly, to join; used

only as a denominative from 681; to separate; hence, to select,

refuse, contract: --keep, reserve, straiten, take.

0681. >etsel {ay'-tsel}; from 680 (in the sense of joining); a side;

(as a preposition) near: --at, (hard) by, (from) (beside), near

(unto), toward, with. See also 1018.

0682. >Atsel {aw-tsale'}; from 680; noble; Atsel, the name of an

Israelite, and of a place in Palestine: --Azal, Azel.

0683. >Atsalyahhuw {ats-al-yaw'-hoo}; from 680 and 3050 prolonged;

Jah has reserved; Atsaljah, an Israelite:--Azaliah.

0684. >Otsem {o'-tsem}; from an unused root probably meaning to be

strong; strength (i.e. strong); Otsem, the name of two Israelites:


0685. >ets<adah {ets-aw-daw'}; a variation from 6807; properly, a

step-chain; by analogy, a bracelet: --bracelet, chain.

0686. >atsar {aw-tsar'}; a primitive root; to store up: --(lay up

in) store, + (make) treasure(-r).

0687. >Etser {ay'-tser}; from 686; treasure; Etser, an Idumaean:


0688. >eqdach {ek-dawkh'}; from 6916; burning, i.e. a carbuncle or

other fiery gem: --carbuncle.

0689. >aqqow {ak-ko'}; probably from 602; slender, i.e. the ibex:

--wild goat.

0690. >ara> {ar-aw'}; probably for 738; lion; Ara, an Israelite:


0691. >er>el {er-ale'}; probably for 739; a hero (collectively):

--valiant one.

0692. >Ar>eliy {ar-ay-lee'}; from 691; heroic; Areli (or an Arelite,

collectively), an Israelite and his descendants: --Areli, Arelites.

0693. >arab {aw-rab'}; a primitive root; to lurk: --(lie in)

ambush(-ment), lay (lie in) wait.

0694. >Arab {ar-awb'}; from 693; ambush; Arab, a place in Palestine:


0695. >ereb {eh'-reb; from 693; ambuscade: --den, lie in wait.

0696. >oreb {o'-reb}; the same as 695: --wait.

0697. >arbeh {ar-beh'}; from 7235; a locust (from its rapid

increase): --grasshopper, locust.

0698. >orobah {or-ob-aw'}; feminine of 696 (only in the plural);

ambuscades: --spoils.

0699. >arubbah {ar-oob-baw'}; feminine participle passive of 693 (as

if for lurking); a lattice; (by implication) a window, dove-cot

(because of the pigeon-holes), chimney (with its apertures for

smoke), sluice (with openings for water): --chimney, window.

0700. >Arubbowth {ar-oob-both}; plural of 699; Arubboth, a place in

Palestine: --Aruboth.

0701. >Arbiy {ar-bee'}; patrial from 694; an Arbite or native of

Arab: --Arbite.

0702. >arba< {ar-bah'}; masculine >arba<ah {ar-baw-aw'}; from 7251;

four: --four.

0703. >arba< (Aramaic) {ar-bah'}; corresponding to 702: --four.

0704. >Arba< {ar-bah'}; the same as 702; Arba, one of the Anakim:


0705. >arba<iym {ar-baw-eem'}; multiple of 702; forty: ---forty.

0706. >arba<tayim {ar-bah-tah'-yim}; dual of 702; fourfold:


0707. >arag {aw-rag'}; a primitive root; to plait or weave:


0708. >ereg {eh'-reg}; from 707; a weaving; a braid; also a shuttle:

--beam, weaver's shuttle.

0709. >Argob {ar-gobe'}; from the same as 7263; stony; Argob, a

district of Palestine: --Argob.

0710. >arg@van {arg-ev-awn'}; a variation for 713; purple: --purple.

0711. >arg@van (Aramaic) {arg-ev-awn'}; corresponding to 710:


0712. >argaz {ar-gawz'}; perhaps from 7264 (in the sense of being

suspended), a box (as a pannier): --coffer.

0713. >argaman {ar-gaw-mawn'}; of foreign origin; purple (the color

or the dyed stuff): --purple.

0714. <Ard {ard}; from an unused root probably meaning to wander;

fugitive; Ard, the name of two Israelites: --Ard.

0715. >Ardown {ar-dohn'}; from the same as 714; roaming; Ardon, an

Israelite: --Ardon.

0716. >Ardiy {ar-dee}; patronymic from 714; an Ardite (collectively)

or descendant of Ard: --Ardites.

0717. >arah {aw-raw'}; a primitive root; to pluck: --gather, pluck.

0718. >aruw (Aramaic) {ar-oo'}; probably akin to 431; lo!:


0719. >Arvad {ar-vad'}; probably from 7300; a refuge for the roving;

Arvad, an island-city of Palestine: --Arvad.

0720. >Arowd {ar-ode'}; an orthographical variation of 719;

fugitive; Arod, an Israelite: --Arod.

0721. >Arvadiy {ar-vaw-dee'}; patrial from 719; an Arvadite or

citizen of Arvad: --Arvadite.

0722. >Arowdiy {ar-o-dee'}; patronymic from 721; an Arodite or

descendant of Arod: --Arodi, Arodites.

0723. >urvah {oor-vaw'}; or >arayah {ar-aw'-yah'}; from 717(in the

sense of feeding); a herding-place for an animal: --stall.

0724. >aruwkah {ar-oo-kaw'}; or >arukah {ar-oo-kaw'}; feminine

passive participle of 748 (in the sense of restoring to soundness);

wholeness (literally or figuratively): --health, made up, perfected.

0725. >Aruwmah {ar-oo-maw'}; a variation of 7316; height; Arumah, a

place in Palestine: --Arumah.

0726. >Arowmiy {ar-o-mee'}; a clerical error for 130; an Edomite (as

in the margin}: --Syrian.

0727. >arown {aw-rone'}; or >aron {aw-rone'}; from 717 (in the sense

of gathering); a box: --ark, chest, coffin.

0728. >Aravnah {ar-av-naw'}; or (by transposition) >Owrnah

{ore-naw'}; or >Arniyah {ar-nee-yaw'}; all by orthographical

variation for 771; Aravnah (or Arnijah or Ornah), a Jebusite:


0729. >araz {aw-raz'}; a primitive root; to be firm; used only in

the passive participle as a denominative from 730; of cedar: --made

of cedar.

0730. >erez {eh-rez'}; from 729; a cedar tree (from the tenacity of

its roots): --cedar (tree).

0731. >arzah {ar-zaw'}; fem of 730; cedar wainscoating: --cedar


0732. >arach {aw-rakh'}; a primitive root; to travel: --go,

wayfaring (man).

0733. >Arach {aw-rakh'}; from 732; way faring; Arach, the name of

three Israelites: --Arah.

0734. >orach {o'-rakh}; from 732; a well-trodden road (literally or

figuratively); also a caravan: --manner, path, race, rank,

traveller, troop, [by-, high-]way.

0735. >orach (Aramaic) {o'-rakh}; corresponding to 734; a road:


0736. >or@chah {o-rekh-aw'}; feminine active participle of 732; a

caravan: --(travelling) company.

0737. >aruchah {ar-oo-khaw'}; feminine passive participle of 732 (in

the sense of appointing); a ration of food: --allowance, diet,

dinner, victuals.

0738. >ariy {ar-ee'}; or (prolonged) <aryeh {ar-yay'}; from 717 (in

the sense of violence); a lion: --(young) lion, + pierce [from the


0739. >ariy>el {ar-ee-ale'}; or >ari>el {ar-ee-ale'}; from 738 and

410; lion of God; i.e. heroic: --lionlike men.

0740. >Ari>el {ar-ee-ale'}; the same as 739; Ariel, a symbolical

name for Jerusalem, also the name of an Israelite: --Ariel.

0741. >ari>eyl {ar-ee-ale'}; either by transposition for 739 or,

more probably, an orthographical variation for 2025; the altar of

the temple: --altar.

0742. >Ariyday {ar-ee-dah'-ee}; of Persian origin; Aridai, a son of

Haman: --Aridai.

0743. >Ariydatha> {ar-ee-daw-thaw'}; of Persian origin; Aridatha, a

son of Haman: --Aridatha.

0744. >aryeh (Aramaic) {ar-yay'}; corresponding to 738: --lion.

0745. >Aryeh {ar-yay'}; the same as 738; lion; Arjeh, an Israelite:


0746. >Aryowk {ar-yoke'}; of foreign origin; Arjok, the name of two

Babylonians: --Arioch.

0747. >Ariycay {ar-ee-sah'-ee}; of Persian origin; Arisai, a son of

Haman: --Arisai.

0748. >arak {aw-rak'}; a primitive root; to be (causative, make)

long (literally or figuratively): --defer, draw out, lengthen, (be,

become, make, pro-)long, + (out-, over-)live, tarry (long).

0749. >arak (Aramaic) {ar-ak'}; properly, corresponding to 748, but

used only in the sense of reaching to a given point; to suit: --be


0750. >arek {aw-rake'}; from 748; long: --long[-suffering, -winged],

patient, slow [to anger].

0751. >Erek {eh'-rek}; from 748; length; Erek, a place in Babylon:


0752. >arok {aw-roke'}; from 748; long: --long.

0753. >orek {o'rek'}; from 748; length: --+ forever, length, long.

0754. >arka> (Aramaic) {ar-kaw'}; or >arkah (Aramaic) {ar-kaw'};

from 749; length: --lengthening, prolonged.

0755. >arkubah (Aramaic) {ar-koo-baw'}; from an unused root

corresponding to 7392 (in the sense of bending the knee); the knee:


0756. >Ark@vay (Aramaic) {ar-kev-ah'ee}; patrial from 751; an

Arkevite (collectively) or native of Erek: --Archevite.

0757. >Arkiy {ar-kee'}; patrial from another place (in Palestine) of

similar name with 751; an Arkite or native of Erek: --Archi,


0758. >Aram {arawm'}; from the same as 759; the highland; Aram or

Syria, and its inhabitants; also the name of the son of Shem, a

grandson of Nahor, and of an Israelite: --Aram, Mesopotamia, Syria,


0759. >armown {ar-mone'}; from an unused root (meaning to be

elevated); a citadel (from its height): --castle, palace. Compare


0760. >Aram Tsobah {ar-am' tso-baw'}; from 758 and 6678; Aram of

Tsoba (or Coele-Syria): --Aram-zobah.

0761. >Arammiy {ar-am-mee'}; patrial from 758; an Aramite or

Aramaean: --Syrian, Aramitess.

0762. >Aramiyth {ar-aw-meeth'}; feminine of 761; (only adverbial)in

Aramean: --in the Syrian language (tongue), in Syriac.

0763. >Aram Naharayim {ar-am' nah-har-ah'-yim}; from 758 and the

dual of 5104; Aram of (the) two rivers (Euphrates and Tigris) or

Mesopotamia: --Aham-naharaim, Mesopotamia.

0764. >Armoniy {ar-mo-nee'}; from 759; palatial; Armoni, an

Israelite: --Armoni.

0765. >Aran {ar-awn'}; from 7442; stridulous; Aran, an Edomite:


0766. >oren {o'-ren}; from the same as 765 (in the sense of

strength); the ash tree (from its toughness): --ash.

0767. >Oren {o'-ren}; the same as 766; Oren, an Israelite: --Oren.

0768. >arnebeth {ar-neh'-beth}; of uncertain derivation; the hare:


0769. >Arnown {ar-nohn'}; or >Arnon {ar-nohn'}; from 7442; a

brawling stream; the Arnon, a river east of the Jordan, also its

territory: --Arnon.

0770. >Arnan {ar-nawn'}; probably from the same as 769; noisy;

Arnan, an Israelite: --Arnan.

0771. >Ornan {or-nawn'}; probably from 766; strong; Ornan, a

Jebusite: --Ornan. See 728.

0772. >ara< (Aramaic) {ar-ah'}; corresponding to 776; the earth; by

implication (figuratively) low: --earth, interior.

0773. >ar<iyth (Aramaic) {arh-eeth'}; feminine of 772; the bottom:


0774. >Arpad {ar-pawd'}; from 7502; spread out; Arpad, a place in

Syria: --Arpad, Arphad.

0775. >Arpakshad {ar-pak-shad'}; probably of foreign origin;

Arpakshad, a son of Noah; also the region settled by him:


0776. >erets {eh'-rets}; from an unused root probably meaning to be

firm; the earth (at large, or partitively a land): --X common,

country, earth, field, ground, land, X natins, way, + wilderness,


0777. >artsa> {ar-tsaw'}; from 776; earthiness; Artsa, an Israelite:


0778. >araq (Aramaic) {ar-ak'}; by transmutation for 772; the earth:


0779. >arar {aw-rar'}; a primitive root; to execrate: --X bitterly


0780. >Ararat {ar-aw-rat'}; of foreign origin; Ararat (or rather

Armenia): --Ararat, Armenia.

0781. >aras {aw-ras'}; a primitive root; to engage for matrimony:

--betroth, espouse.

0782. >aresheth {ar-eh'-sheth}; from 781 (in the sense of desiring

to possess); a longing for: --request.

0783. >Artachshashta> {ar-takh-shash-taw'}; or >Artachshasht>

{ar-takh-shasht'}; or by permutation >Artachshact> {ar-takh-shast'};

of foreign origin; Artachshasta (or Artaxerxes), a title (rather

than name) of several Persian kings: --Artaxerxes.

0784. >esh {aysh}; a primitive word; fire (literally or

figuratively): --burning, fiery, fire, flaming, hot.

0785. >esh (Aramaic) {aysh}; corresponding to 784: --flame.

0786. >ish {eesh}; identical (in origin and formation) with 784;

entity, used only adverbially, there is or are: --are there, none

can. Compare 3426.

0787. >osh (Aramaic) {ohsh}; corresponding (by transposition and

abbreviation) to 803; a foundation: --foundation.

0788. >Ashbel {ash-bale'}; probably from the same as 7640; flowing;

Ashbel, an Israelite: --Ashbel.

0789. >Ashbeliy {ash-bay-lee'}; patronymic from 788; an Ashbelite

(collectively) or descendant of Ashbel: --Ashbelites.

0790. >Eshban {esh-bawn'}; probably from the same as 7644; vigorous;

Eshban, an Idumaean: --Eshban.

0791. >Ashbea< {ash-bay'-ah}; from 7650; adjurer; Asbea, an

Israelite: --Ashbea.

0792. >Eshba<al {esh-bah'-al}; from 376 and 1168; man of Baal;

Eshbaal (or Ishbosheth), a son of Saul: --Eshbaal.

0793. >eshed {eh'-shed}; from an unused root meaning to pour; an

outpouring: --stream.

0794. >ashedah {ash-ay-daw'}; feminine of 793; a ravine: --springs.

0795. >Ashdowd {ash-dode'}; from 7703; ravager; Ashdod, a place in

Palestine: --Ahdod.

0796. >Ashdowdiy {ash-do-dee'}; patrial from 795; an Ashdodite

(often collectively) or inhabitant of Asdod: --Ashdodites, of


0797. >Ashdowdiyth {ash-do-deeth'}; feminine of 796; (only adverb)

in the language of Ashdod: --in the speech of Ashdod.

0798. >Ashdowth hap-Picgah {ash-doth' hap-pis-gaw'}; from the plural

of 794 and 6449 with the article interposed; ravines of the Pisgah;

Ashdoth-Pisgah, a place east of the Jordan: --Ashdoth-pisgah.

0799. >eshdath {esh-dawth'}; from 784 and 1881; a fire-law: --fiery


0800. >eshshah {esh-shaw'}; feminine of 784; fire: --fire.

0801. >ishshah {ish-shaw'}; the same as 800, but used in a

liturgical sense; properly, a burnt-offering; but occasionally of

any sacrifice: --(offering, sacrifice), (made) by fire.

0802. >ishshah {ish-shaw'}; feminine of 376 or 582; irregular

plural, nashiym {naw-sheem'}; a woman (used in the same wide sense

as 582): --[adulter]ess, each, every, female, X many, + none, one, +

together, wife, woman. Often unexpressed in English.

0803. >ashuwyah {ash-oo-yah'}; feminine passive participle from an

unused root meaning to found; foundation: --foundation.

0804. >Ashshuwr {ash-shoor'}; or >Ashshur {ash-shoor'}; apparently

from 833 (in the sense of successful); Ashshur, the second son of

Shem; also his descendants and the country occupied by them (i.e.

Assyria), its region and its empire: --Asshur, Assur, Assyria,

Assyrians. See 838.

0805. >Ashuwriy {ash-oo-ree'}; or >Ashshuwriy {ash-shoo-ree'}; from

a patrial word of the same form as 804; an Ashurite (collectively)

or inhabitant of Ashur, a district in Palestine: --Asshurim,


0806. >Ashchuwr {ash-khoor'}; probably from 7835; black; Ashchur, an

Israelite: --Ashur.

0807. >Ashiyma> {ash-ee-maw'}; of foreign origin; Ashima, a deity of

Hamath: --Ashima.

0808. >ashiysh {aw-sheesh'}; from the same as 784 (in the sense of

pressing down firmly; compare 803); a (ruined) foundation:


0809. >ashiyshah {ash-ee-shaw'}; feminine of 808; something closely

pressed together, i.e. a cake of raisins or other comfits: --flagon.

0810. >eshek {eh'-shek}; from an unused root (probably meaning to

bunch together); a testicle (as a lump): --stone.

0811. >eshkowl {esh-kole'}; or >eshkol {esh-kole'}; probably

prolonged from 810; a bunch of grapes or other fruit: --cluster (of


0812. >Eshkol {esh-kole'}; the same as 811; Eshcol, the name of an

Amorite, also of a valley in Palestine: --Eshcol.

0813. >Ashk@naz {ash-ken-az'}; of foreign origin; Ashkenaz, a

Japhethite, also his descendants: --Ashkenaz.

0814. >eshkar {esh-cawr'}; for 7939; a gratuity: --gift, present.

0815. >eshel {ay'-shel}; from a root of uncertain signification; a

tamarisk tree; by extension, a grove of any kind: --grove, tree.

0816. >asham {aw-sham'}; or >ashem {aw-shame'}; a primitive root; to

be guilty; by implication to be punished or perish: --X certainly,

be(-come, made) desolate, destroy, X greatly, be(-come, found, hold)

guilty, offend (acknowledge offence), trespass.

0817. >asham {aw-shawm'}; from 816; guilt; by implication, a fault;

also a sin-offering: --guiltiness, (offering for) sin, trespass


0818. >ashem {aw-shame'}; from 816; guilty; hence, presenting a

sin-offering: --one which is faulty, guilty.

0819. >ashmah {ash-maw'}; feminine of 817; guiltiness, a fault, the

presentation of a sin-offering: --offend, sin, (cause of)

trespass(-ing, offering).

0820. >ashman {ash-mawn'}; probably from 8081; a fat-field:

--desolate place.

0821. >ashmurah {ash-moo-raw'}; or >ashmuwrah {ash-moo-raw'}; or

>ashmoreth {ash-mo'-reth}; (feminine) from 8104; a night watch:


0822. >eshnab {esh-nawb'}; apparently from an unused root (probably

meaning to leave interstices); A latticed window: --casement,


0823. >Ashnah {ash-naw'}; probably a variation for 3466; Ashnah, the

name of two places in Palestine: --Ashnah.

0824. >Esh<an {esh-awn'}; from 8172; support; Eshan, a place in

Palestine: --Eshean.

0825. >ashshaph {ash-shawf'}; from an unused root (probably meaning

to lisp, i.e. practice enchantment); a conjurer: --astrologer.

0826. >ashshaph (Aramaic) {ash-shawf'}; corresponding to 825:


0827. >ashpah {ash-paw'}; perhaps (feminine) from the same as 825

(in the sense of covering); a quiver or arrow-case: --quiver.

0828. >Ashp@naz {ash-pen-az'}; of foreign origin; Ashpenaz, a

Babylonian eunuch: --Ashpenaz.

0829. >eshpar {esh-pawr'}; of uncertain derivation; a measured

portion: --good piece (of flesh).

0830. >ashpoth {ash-pohth'}; or >ashpowth {ash-pohth'}; or

(contraction) sh@photh {shef-ohth'}; plural of a noun of the same

form as 827, from 8192 (in the sense of scraping); a heap of rubbish

or filth: --dung (hill).

0831. >Ashq@lown {ash-kel-one'}; probably from 8254 in the sense of

weighing-place (i.e. mart); Ashkelon, a place in Palestine:

--Ashkelon, Askalon.

0832. >Eshq@lowniy {esh-kel-o-nee'}; patrial from 831; Ashkelonite

(collectively) or inhabitant of Ashkelon: --Eshkalonites.

0833. >ashar {aw-shar'}; or >asher {aw-share'}; a primitive root; to

be straight (used in the widest sense, especially to be level,

right, happy); figuratively, to go forward, be honest, proper:

--(call, be) bless(-ed, happy), go, guide, lead, relieve.

0834. >aher {ash-er'}; a primitive relative pronoun (of every gender

and number); who, which, what, that; also (as an adverb and a

conjunction) when, where, how, because, in order that, etc.: --X

after, X alike, as (soon as), because, X every, for, + forasmuch, +

from whence, + how(-soever), X if, (so) that ([thing] which,

wherein), X though, + until, + whatsoever, when, where (+ -as, -in,

-of, -on, -soever, -with), which, whilst, + whither(-soever),

who(-m, -soever, -se). As it is indeclinable, it is often

accompanied by the personal pronoun expletively, used to show the


0835. >esher {eh'-sher}; from 833; happiness; only in masculine

plural construction as interjection, how happy!: --blessed, happy.

0836. >Asher {aw-share'}; from 833, happy; Asher, a son of Jacob,

and the tribe descended from him, with its territory; also a place

in Palestine: --Asher

0837. >osher {o'-sher}; from 833; happiness: --happy.

0838. >ashur {aw-shoor'}; or ashshur {ash-shoor'}; from 833 in the

sense of going; a step: --going, step.

0839. >ashur {ash-oor'}; contracted for 8391; the cedar tree or some

other light elastic wood: --Ashurite.

0840. >Asar>el {as-ar-ale'}; by orthographical variation from 833

and 410; right of God; Asarel, an Israelite: --Asareel.

0841. >Asar>elah {as-ar-ale'-aw}; from the same as 840; right toward

God; Asarelah, an Israelite: --Asarelah. Compare 3480.

0842. >asherah {ash-ay-raw'}; or >asheyrah {ash-ay-raw'}; from 833;

happy; Asherah (or Astarte) a Phoenician goddess; also an image of

the same: --grove. Compare 6253.

0843. >Asheriy {aw-shay-ree'}; patronymic from 836; an Asherite

(collectively) or descendant of Asher: --Asherites.

0844. >Asriy>el {as-ree-ale'}; an orthographical variation for 840;

Asriel, the name of two Israelites: --Ashriel, Asriel.

0845. >Asri>eliy {as-ree-ale-ee'}; patronymic from 844; an Asrielite

(collectively) or descendant of Asriel: --Asrielites.

0846. >ushsharna> (Aramaic) {oosh-ar-naw'}; from a root

corresponding to 833; a wall (from its uprightness): --wall.

0847. >Eshta>ol {esh-taw-ole'}; or >Eshta>owl {esh-taw-ole'};

probably from 7592; intreaty; Eshtaol, a place in Palestine:


0848. >Eshta>uliy {esh-taw-oo-lee'}; patrial from 847; an Eshtaolite

(collectively) or inhabitant of Eshtaol: --Eshtaulites.

0849. >eshtadduwr (Aramaic) {esh-tad-dure'}; from 7712 (in a bad

sense); rebellion: --sedition.

0850. >Eshtown {esh-tone'}; probably from the same as 7764; restful;

Eshton, an Israelite: --Eshton.

0851. >Esht@moa< {esh-tem-o'-ah}; or >Esht@mowa< {esh-tem-o'-ah}; or

>Esht@moh {esh-tem-o'}; from 8085 (in the sense of obedience);

Eshtemoa or Eshtemoh, a place in Palestine: --Eshtemoa, Eshtemoh.

0852. >ath (Aramaic) {awth}; corresponding to 226; a portent:


0853. >eth {ayth}; apparent contracted from 226 in the demonstrative

sense of entity; properly, self (but generally used to point out

more definitely the object of a verb or preposition, even or

namely): --[as such unrepresented in English].

0854. >eth {ayth}; probably from 579; properly, nearness (used only

as a preposition or an adverb), near; hence, generally, with, by,

at, among, etc.: --against, among, before, by, for, from, in(-to),

(out) of, with. Often with another prepositional prefix.

0855. >eth {ayth}; of uncertain derivation; a hoe or other digging

implement: --coulter, plowshare.

0856. >Ethba<al {eth-bah'-al}; from 854 and 1168; with Baal;

Ethbaal, a Phoenician king: --Ethbaal.

0857. >athah {aw-thaw'}; or >atha> {aw-thaw'}; a primitive root

[collateral to 225 contraction]; to arrive: --(be-, things to) come

(upon), bring.

0858. >athah (Aramaic) {aw-thaw'}; or >atha> (Aramaic) {aw-thaw'};

corresponding to 857: --(be-)come, bring.

0859. >attah {at-taw'}; or (shortened); >atta {at-taw'}; or >ath

{ath}; feminine (irregular) sometimes >attiy {at-tee'}; plural

masculine >attem {at-tem'}; feminine >atten {at-ten'}; or >attenah

{at-tay'naw}; or >attennah {at-tane'-naw}; a primitive pronoun of

the second person; thou and thee, or (plural) ye and you: --thee,

thou, ye, you.

0860. >athown {aw-thone'}; probably from the same as 386 (in the

sense of patience); a female donkey (from its docility): --(she)


0861. >attuwn (Aramaic) {at-toon'}; probably from the corresponding

to 784; probably a fire-place, i.e. furnace: --furnace.

0862. >attuwq {at-tooke'}; or >attiyq {at-teek'}; from 5423 in the

sense of decreasing; a ledge or offset in a building: --gallery.

0863. >Ittay {it-tah'ee}; or >Iythay {ee-thah'ee}; from 854; near;

Ittai or Ithai, the name of a Gittite and of an Israelite: --Ithai,


0864. >Etham {ay-thawm'}; of Egyptian derivation; Etham, a place in

the Desert: --Etham.

0865. >ethmowl {eth-mole'}; or >ithmowl {ith-mole'}; or >ethmuwl

{eth-mool'}; probably from 853 or 854 and 4136; heretofore;

definitely yesterday: --+ before (that) time, + heretofore, of late

(old), + times past, yester[day].

0866. >ethnah {eth-naw'}; from 8566; a present (as the price of

harlotry): --reward.

0867. >Ethniy {eth-nee'}; perhaps from 866; munificence; Ethni, an

Israelite: --Ethni.

0868. >ethnan {eth-nan'}; the same as 866; a gift (as the price of

harlotry or idolatry): --hire, reward.

0869. >Ethnan {eth-nan'}; the same as 868 in the sense of 867;

Ethnan, an Israelite: --Ethnan.

0870. >athar (Aramaic) {ath-ar'}; from a root corresponding to that

of 871; a place; (adverb) after: --after, place.

0871. >Athariym {ath-aw-reem'}; plural from an unused root (probably

meaning to step); places; Atharim, a place near Palestine: --spies.

0872. b@>ah {be-aw'}; from 935; an entrance to a building: --entry.

0873. bi>uwsh (Aramaic) {be-oosh'}; from 888; wicked: --bad.

0874. ba>ar {baw-ar'}; a primitive root; to dig; by analogy, to

engrave; figuratively, to explain: --declare, (make) plain(-ly).

0875. @>er {be-ayr'}; from 874; a pit; especially a well: --pit,


0876. B@>er {be-ayr'}; the same as 875; Beer, a place in the Desert,

also one in Palestine: --Beer.

0877. bo>r {bore}; from 874; a cistern: --cistern.

0878. B@>era> {be-ay-raw'}; from 875; a well; Beera, an Israelite:


0879. B@>er >Eliym {be-ayr' ay-leem'}; from 875 and the plural of

410; well of heroes; Beer-Elim, a place in the Desert: --Beer-elim.

0880. B@>erah {be-ay-raw'}; the same as 878; Beerah, an Israelite:


0881. B@>erowth {be-ay-rohth'}; feminine plural of 875; wells;

Beeroth, a place in Palestine: --Beeroth.

0882. B@>eriy {be-ay-ree'}; from 875; fountained; Beeri, the name of

a Hittite and of an Israelite: --Beeri.

0883. B@>er la-Chay Ro>iy {be-ayr' lakh-ah'ee ro-ee'}; from 875 and

2416 (with prefix) and 7203; well of a living (One) my Seer;

Beer-Lachai-Roi, a place in the Desert: --Beer-lahai-roi.

0884. B@>er Sheba< {be-ayr' sheh'-bah}; from 875 and 7651 (in the

sense of 7650); well of an oath; Beer-Sheba, a place in Palestine:


0885. B@eroth B@ney-Ya<aqan {be-ay-roth' be-nay' yah-a-can'}; from

the feminine plural of 875, and the plural contraction of 1121, and

3292; wells of (the) sons of Jaakan; Beeroth-Bene-Jaakan, a place in

the Desert: --Beeroth of the children of Jaakan.

0886. B@>erothiy {be-ay-ro-thee'}; patrial from 881; a Beerothite or

inhabitant of Beeroth: --Beerothite.

0887. ba>ash {baw-ash'}; a primitive root; to smell bad;

figuratively, to be offensive morally: --(make to) be abhorred (had

in abomination, loathsome, odious), (cause a, make to) stink(-ing

savour), X utterly.

0888. b@>esh (Aramaic) {be-aysh'}; corresponding to 887:


0889. b@>osh {be-oshe'}; from 877; a stench: --stink.

0890. bo>shah {bosh-aw'}; feminine of 889; stink-weed or any other

noxious or useless plant: --cockle.

0891. b@>ushiym {be-oo-sheem'}; plural of 889; poison-berries:

--wild grapes.

0892. babah {baw-baw'}; feminine active participle of an unused root

meaning to hollow out; something hollowed (as a gate), i.e. pupil of

the eye: --apple [of the eye].

0893. Bebay {bay-bah'ee}; probably of foreign origin; Bebai, an

Israelite: --Bebai.

0894. Babel {baw-bel'}; from 1101; confusion; Babel (i.e. Babylon),

including Babylonia and the Babylonian empire: --Babel, Babylon.

0895. Babel (Aramaic) {baw-bel'}; corresponding to 894: --Babylon.

0896. Babliy (Aramaic) {bab-lee'}; patrial from 895; a Babylonian:


0897. bag {bag}; a Persian word; food: --spoil [from the margin for


0898. bagad {baw-gad'}; a primitive root; to cover (with a garment);

figuratively, to act covertly; by implication, to pillage: --deal

deceitfully (treacherously, unfaithfully), offend, transgress(-or),

(depart), treacherous (dealer, -ly, man), unfaithful(-ly, man), X


0899. beged {behg'-ed}; from 898; a covering, i.e. clothing; also

treachery or pillage: --apparel, cloth(-es, ing), garment, lap, rag,

raiment, robe, X very [treacherously], vesture, wardrobe.

0900. bog@dowth {bohg-ed-ohth}; feminine plural active participle of

898; treacheries: --treacherous.

0901. bagowd {baw-gode'}; from 898; treacherous: --treacherous.

0902. Bigvay {big-vah'ee}; probably of foreign origin; Bigvai, an

Israelite: --Bigvai.

0903. Bigtha> {big-thaw'}; of Persian derivation; Bigtha, a eunuch

of Xerxes: --Bigtha.

0904. Bigthan {big-thawn'}; or Bigthana> {big-thaw'naw}; of similar

derivation to 903; Bigthan or Bigthana, a eunuch of Xerxes:

--Bigthan, Bigthana.

0905. bad {bad}; from 909; properly, separation; by implication, a

part of the body, branch of a tree, bar for carrying; figuratively,

chief of a city; especially (with prepositional prefix) as an

adverb, apart, only, besides: --alone, apart, bar, besides, branch,

by self, of each alike, except, only, part, staff, strength.

0906. bad {bad}; perhaps from 909 (in the sense of divided fibres);

flaxen thread or yarn; hence, a linen garment: --linen.

0907. bad {bad}; from 908; a brag or lie; also a liar: --liar, lie.

0908. bada> {baw-daw'}; a primitive root; (figuratively) to invent:

--devise, feign.

0909. badad {baw-dad'}; a primitive root; to divide, i.e. (reflex.)

be solitary: --alone.

0910. badad {baw-dawd'}; from 909; separate; adverb, separately:

--alone, desolate, only, solitary.

0911. B@dad {bed-ad'}; from 909; separation; Bedad, an Edomite:


0912. Bed@yeah {bay-de-yaw'}; probably a shortened form 5662;

servant of Jehovah; Bedejah, an Israelite: --Bedeiah.

0913. b@diyl {bed-eel'}; from 914; alloy (because removed by

smelting); by analogy, tin: --+ plummet, tin.

0914. badal {baw-dal'}; a primitive root; to divide (in variation

senses literally or figuratively, separate, distinguish, differ,

select, etc.): --(make, put) difference, divide (asunder), (make)

separate (self, -ation), sever (out), X utterly.

0915. badal {baw-dawl'); from 914; a part: --piece.

0916. b@dolach {bed-o'-lakh}; probably from 914; something in

pieces, i.e. bdellium, a (fragrant) gum (perhaps amber); others a

pearl: --bdellium.

0917. B@dan {bed-awn'}; probably shortened for 5658; servile; Bedan,

the name of two Israelites: --Bedan.

0918. badaq {baw-dak'}; a primitive root; to gap open; used only as

a denominative from 919; to mend a breach: --repair.

0919. bedeq {beh'-dek}; from 918; a gap or leak (in a building or a

ship): --breach, + calker.

0920. Bidqar {bid-car'}; probably from 1856 with a prepositional

prefix; by stabbing, i.e. assassin; Bidkar, an Israelite: --Bidkar.

0921. b@dar (Aramaic) {bed-ar'}; corresponding (by transposition) to

6504; to scatter: --scatter.

0922. bohuw {bo'-hoo}; from an unused root (meaning to be empty); a

vacuity, i.e. (superficially) an undistinguishable ruin:

--emptiness, void.

0923. behat {bah'-hat}; from an unused root (probably meaning to

glisten); white marble or perhaps alabaster: --red [marble].

0924. b@hiyluw (Aramaic) {be-hee-loo'}; from 927; a hurry; only

adverb, hastily: --in haste.

0925. bahiyr {baw-here'}; from an unused root (meaning to be

bright); shining: --bright.

0926. bahal {baw-hal'}; a primitive root; to tremble inwardly (or

palpitate), i.e. (figuratively) be (causative, make) (suddenly)

alarmed or agitated; by implication to hasten anxiously: --be (make)

affrighted (afraid, amazed, dismayed, rash), (be, get, make)

haste(-n, -y, -ily), (give) speedy(-ily), thrust out, trouble, vex.

0927. b@hal (Aramaic) {be-hal'}; corresponding to 926; to terrify,

hasten: --in haste, trouble.

0928. behalah {beh-haw-law'}; from 926; panic, destruction:

--terror, trouble.

0929. b@hemah {be-hay-maw'}; from an unused root (probably meaning

to be mute); properly, a dumb beast; especially any large quadruped

or animal (often collective): --beast, cattle.

0930. b@hemowth {be-hay-mohth'}; in form a plural or 929, but really

a singular of Egyptian derivation; a water-ox, i.e. the hippopotamus

or Nile-horse: --Behemoth.

0931. bohen {bo'-hen}; from an unused root apparently meaning to be

thick; the thumb of the hand or great toe of the foot: --thumb,

great toe.

0932. Bohan {bo'han} an orthographical variation of 931; thumb,

Bohan, an Israelite: --Bohan.

0933. bohaq {bo'-hak}; from an unused root meaning to be pale; white

scurf: --freckled spot.

0934. bohereth {bo-heh'-reth; feminine active participle of the same

as 925; a whitish spot on the skin: --bright spot.

0935. bow> {bo}; a primitive root; to go or come (in a wide variety

of applications): --abide, apply, attain, X be, befall, + besiege,

bring (forth, in, into, to pass), call, carry, X certainly, (cause,

let, thing for) to come (against, in, out, upon, to pass), depart, X

doubtless again, + eat, + employ, (cause to) enter (in, into,

-tering, -trance, -try), be fallen, fetch, + follow, get, give, go

(down, in, to war), grant, + have, X indeed, [in-]vade, lead, lift

[up], mention, pull in, put, resort, run (down), send, set, X (well)

stricken [in age], X surely, take (in), way.

0936. buwz {booz}; a primitive root; to disrespect: --contemn,

despise, X utterly.

0937. buwz {booz}; from 936; disrespect: --contempt(-uously),

despised, shamed.

0938. Buwz {booz}; the same as 937; Buz, the name of a son of Nahor,

and of an Israelite: --Buz.

0939. buwzah {boo-zaw'}; feminine passive participle of 936;

something scorned; an object of contempt: --despised.

0940. Buwziy {boo-zee'}; patronymic from 938; a Buzite or descendant

of Buz: --Buzite.

0941. Buwziy {boo-zee'}; the same as 940; Buzi, an Israelite:


0942. Bavvay {bav-vah'ee}; probably of Persian origin; Bavvai, an

Israelite: --Bavai.

0943. buwk {book}; a primitive root; to involve (literally or

figuratively): --be entangled, (perplexed).

0944. buwl {bool}; for 2981; produce (of the earth, etc.): -- food,


0945. Buwl {bool}; the same as 944 (in the sense of rain); Bul, the

eighth Hebrew month: --Bul.

0946. Buwnah {boo-naw'}; from 995; discretion; Bunah, an Israelite:


0947. buwc {boos}; a primitive root; to trample (literally or

figuratively): --loath, tread (down, under [foot]), be polluted.

0948. buwts {boots}; from an unused root (of the same form) meaning

to bleach, i.e. (intransitive) be white; probably cotton (of some

sort): --fine (white) linen.

0949. Bowtsets {bo-tsates'}; from the same as 948; shining; Botsets,

a rock near Michmash: --Bozez.

0950. buwqah {boo-kaw'}; feminine passive participle of an unused

root (meaning to be hollow); emptiness (as adjective): --empty.

0951. bowker {bo-kare'}; properly, active participle from 1239 as

denominative from 1241; a cattle-tender: --herdman.

0952. buwr {boor}; a primitive root; to bore, i.e. (figuratively)

examine: --declare.

0953. bowr {bore}; from 952 (in the sense of 877); a pit hole

(especially one used as a cistern or a prison): --cistern, dungeon,

fountain, pit, well.

0954. buwsh {boosh}; a primitive root; properly, to pale, i.e. by

implication to be ashamed; also (by implication) to be disappointed

or delayed: --(be, make, bring to, cause, put to, with,

a-)shamed(-d), be (put to) confounded(-fusion), become dry, delay,

be long.

0955. buwshah {boo-shaw'}; feminine participle passive of 954;

shame: --shame.

0956. buwth (Aramaic) {booth}; apparent denominative from 1005; to

lodge over night: --pass the night.

0957. baz {baz}; from 962; plunder: --booty, prey, spoil(-ed).

0958. baza> {baw-zaw'}; a primitive root; probably to cleave:


0959. bazah {baw-zaw'}; a primitive root; to disesteem: --despise,

disdain, contemn(-ptible), + think to scorn, vile person.

0960. bazoh {baw-zo'}; from 959; scorned: --despise.

0961. bizzah {biz-zaw'}; feminine of 957; booty: --prey, spoil.

0962. bazaz {baw-zaz'}; a primitive root; to plunder: --catch,

gather, (take) for a prey, rob(-ber), spoil, take (away, spoil), X


0963. bizzayown {biz-zaw-yone'}; from 959: --disesteem: --contempt.

0964. bizyowth@yah {biz-yo-the-yaw'}; from 959 and 3050; contempts

of Jah; Bizjothjah, a place in Palestine: --Bizjothjah.

0965. bazaq {baw-zawk'}; from an unused root meaning to lighten; a

flash of lightning: --flash of lightning.

0966. Bezeq {beh'-zak}; from 965; lightning; Bezek, a place in

Palestine: --Bezek.

0967. bazar {baw-zar'}; a primitive root; to disperse: --scatter.

0968. Biztha> {biz-thaw'}; of Persian origin; Biztha, a eunuch of

Xerxes: --Biztha.

0969. bachown> {baw-khone'}; from 974; an assayer or metals:


0970. bachuwr {baw-khoor'}; or bachur {baw-khoor'}; participle

passive of 977; properly, selected, i.e. a youth (often collective):

--(choice) young (man), chosen, X hole.

0971. bachiyn {bakh-een'}; another form of 975; a watch-tower of

besiegers: --tower.

0972. bachiyr {baw-kheer'}; from 977; select: --choose, chosen one,


0973. bachal {baw-khal'}; a primitive root; to loath: --abhor, get

hastily [from the margin for 926].

0974. bachan {baw-khan'}; a primitive root; to test (especially

metals); generally and figuratively, to investigate: --examine,

prove, tempt, try (trial).

0975. bachan {bakh'-an}; from 974 (in the sense of keeping a

look-out); a watch-tower: --tower.

0976. bochan {bo'-khan}; from 974; trial: --tried.

0977. bachar {baw-khar'}; a primitive root; properly, to try, i.e.

(by implication) select: --acceptable, appoint, choose (choice),

excellent, join, be rather, require.

0978. Bacharuwmiy {bakh-ar-oo-mee'}; patrial from 980 (by

transposition); a Bacharumite or inhabitant of Bachurim:


0979. b@churowth {bekh-oo-rothe'}; or b@chuwrowth {bekh-oo-roth'};

feminine plural of 970; also (masculine plural) b@churiym

{bekh-oo-reem'}; youth (collectively and abstractly): --young men,


0980. Bachuriym {bakh-oo-reem'}; or Bachuwriym {bakh-oo-reem'};

masculine plural of 970; young men; Bachurim, a place in Palestine:


0981. bata> {baw-taw'}; or batah {baw-taw'}; a primitive root; to

babble; hence, to vociferate angrily: --pronounce, speak


0982. batach {baw-takh'}; a primitive root; properly, to hie for

refuge [but not so precipitately as 2620]; figuratively, to trust,

be confident or sure: --be bold (confident, secure, sure), careless

(one, woman), put confidence, (make to) hope, (put, make to) trust.

0983. betach {beh'takh}; from 982; properly, a place of refuge;

abstract, safety, both the fact (security) and the feeling (trust);

often (adverb with or without preposition) safely: --assurance,

boldly, (without) care(-less), confidence, hope, safe(-ly, -ty),

secure, surely.

0984. Betach {beh'takh}; the same as 983; Betach, a place in Syria:


0985. bitchah {bit-khaw'}; feminine of 984; trust: --confidence.

0986. bittachown {bit-taw-khone'}; from 982; trust: --confidence,


0987. battuchowth {bat-too-khoth'}; feminine plural from 982;

security: --secure.

0988. batel {baw-tale'}; a primitive root; to desist from labor:


0989. b@tel (Aramaic) {bet-ale'}; corresponding to 988; to stop:

--(cause, make to), cease, hinder.

0990. beten {beh'-ten}; from an unused root probably meaning to be

hollow; the belly, especially the womb; also the bosom or body of

anything: --belly, body, + as they be born, + within, womb.

0991. Beten {beh'-ten}; the same as 990; Beten. a place in

Palestine: --Beten.

0992. boten {bo'-ten}; from 990; (only in plural) a pistachio-nut

(from its form): --nut.

0993. Btoniym {bet-o-neem'}; probably plural from 992; hollows:

Betonim, a place in Palestine: --Betonim.

0994. biy {bee}; perhaps from 1158 (in the sense of asking);

properly, a request; used only adverbially (always with "my Lord");

Oh that!; with leave, or if it please: --alas, O, oh.

0995. biyn {bene}; a primitive root; to separate mentally (or

distinguish), i.e.(generally) understand: --attend, consider, be

cunning, diligently, direct, discern, eloquent, feel, inform,

instruct, have intelligence, know, look well to, mark, perceive, be

prudent, regard, (can) skill(-full), teach, think, (cause, make to,

get, give, have) understand(-ing), view, (deal) wise(-ly, man).

0996. beyn {bane} (sometimes in the plural masculine or feminine);

properly, the constructive form of an otherwise unused noun from

995; a distinction; but used only as a prep, between (repeated

before each noun, often with other particles); also as a

conjunction, either...or: --among, asunder, at, between

(-twixt...and), + from (the widest), X in, out of, whether (it

be...or), within.

0997. beyn (Aramaic) {bane}; corresponding to 996: --among, between.

0998. biynah {bee-naw'}; from 995; understanding: --knowledge,

meaning, X perfectly, understanding, wisdom.

0999. biynah (Aramaic) {bee-naw'}; corresponding to 998:


1000. beytsah {bay-tsaw'}; from the same as 948; an egg (from its

whiteness): --egg.