3001. yabesh {yaw-bashe'}; a primitive root; to be ashamed, confused

or disappointed; also (as failing) to dry up (as water) or wither

(as herbage): --be ashamed, clean, be confounded, (make) dry (up),

(do) shame(-fully), X utterly, wither (away).

3002. yabesh {yaw-bashe'}; from 3001; dry: --dried (away), dry.

3003. Yabesh {yaw-bashe'}; the same as 3002 (also Yabeysh

{yaw-bashe'}; often with the addition of 1568, i.e . Jabesh of

Gilad); Jobesh, the name of an Israelite and of a place in

Palestine: --Jobesh ([-Gilead]).

3004. yabbashah {yab-baw-shaw'}; from 3001; dry ground: --dry

(ground, land).

3005. Yibsam {yib-sawm'}; from the same as 1314; fragrant; Jibsam,

an Israelite: --Jibsam.

3006. yabbesheth {yab-beh'-sheth}; a variation of 3004; dry ground:

--dry land.

3007. yabbesheth (Aramaic) {yab-beh'-sheth}; corresponding to 3006;

dry land: --earth.

3008. Yig>al {yig-awl'}; from 1350; avenger; Jigal, the name of

three Israelites: --Igal, Igeal.

3009. yagab {yaw-gab'}; a primitive root; to dig or plow:


3010. yageb {yaw-gabe'}; from 3009; a plowed field: --field.

3011. Yogb@hah {yog-beh-haw'}; feminine from 1361; hillock;

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

3012. Yigdalyahuw {yig-dal-yaw'-hoo}; from 1431 and 3050; magnified

of Jah; Jigdaljah, an Israelite: --Igdaliah.

3013. yagah {yaw-gaw'}; a primitive root; to grieve: --afflict,

cause grief, grieve, sorrowful, vex.

3014. yagah {yaw-gaw'}; a primitive root [probably rather the same

as 3013 through the common idea of dissatisfaction]; to push away;

--be removed.

3015. yagown {yaw-gohn'}; from 3013; affliction: --grief, sorrow.

3016. yagowr {yaw-gore'}; from 3025; fearful: --afraid, fearest.

3017. Yaguwr {yaw-goor'}; probably from 1481; a lodging; Jagur, a

place in Palestine: --Jagur.

3018. y@giya< {yeg-ee'-ah}; from 3021; toil; hence, a work, produce,

property (as the result of labor): --labour, work.

3019. yagiya< {yaw-ghee'-ah}; from 3021; tired: --weary.

3020. Yogliy {yog-lee'}; from 1540; exiled; Jogli, an Israelite:


3021. yaga< {yaw-gah'}; a primitive root; properly, to gasp; hence,

to be exhausted, to tire, to toil: --faint, (make to) labour, (be)


3022. yaga< {yaw-gaw'}; from 3021; earnings (as the product of

toil); --that which he laboured for.

3023. yagea< {yaw-gay'-ah}; from 3021; tired; hence (transitive)

tiresome: --full of labour, weary.

3024. y@gi<ah {yeg-ee-aw'}; feminine of 3019; fatigue: --weariness.

3025. yagor {yaw-gore'}; a primitive root; to fear: --be afraid,


3026. Y@gar Sahaduwtha> (Aramaic) {yegar' sah-had-oo-thaw'}; from a

word derived from an unused root (meaning to gather) and a

derivation of a root corresponding to 7717; heap of the testimony;

Jegar-Sahadutha, a cairn East of the Jordan: --Jegar-Sahadutha.

3027. yad {yawd}; a primitive word; a hand (the open one [indicating

power, means, direction, etc.], in distinction from 3709, the closed

one); used (as noun, adverb, etc.) in a great variety of

applications, both literally and figuratively, both proximate and

remote [as follows]: --(+ be) able, X about, + armholes, at,

axletree, because of, beside, border, X bounty, + broad,

[broken-]handed, X by, charge, coast, + consecrate, + creditor,

custody, debt, dominion, X enough, + fellowship, force, X from,

hand[-staves, --y work], X he, himself, X in, labour, + large,

ledge, [left-]handed, means, X mine, ministry, near, X of, X order,

ordinance, X our, parts, pain, power, X presumptuously, service,

side, sore, state, stay, draw with strength, stroke, + swear,

terror, X thee, X by them, X themselves, X thine own, X thou,

through, X throwing, + thumb, times, X to, X under, X us, X wait on,

[way-]side, where, + wide, X with (him, me, you), work, + yield, X


3028. yad (Aramaic) {yad}; corresponding to 3027: --hand, power.

3029. y@da> (Aramaic) {yed-aw'}; corresponding to 3034; to praise:

--(give) thank(-s).

3030. Yidalah {yid-al-aw'}; of uncertain derivation; Jidalah, a

place in Palestine: --Idalah.

3031. Yidbash {yid-bawsh'}; from the same as 1706; perhaps honeyed;

Jidbash, an Israelite: --Idbash.

3032. yadad {yaw-dad'}; a primitive root; properly, to handle

[compare 3034], i.e . to throw, e.g. lots: --cast.

3033. y@diduwth {yed-ee-dooth'}; from 3039; properly, affection;

concretely, a darling object: --dearly beloved.

3034. yadah {yaw-daw'}; a primitive root; used only as denominative

from 3027; literally, to use(i.e. hold out) the hand; physically, to

throw (a stone, an arrow) at or away; especially to revere or

worship (with extended hands); intensively, to bemoan (by wringing

the hands): --cast (out), (make) confess(-ion), praise, shoot,

(give) thank(-ful, --s, --sgiving).

3035. Yiddow {yid-do'}; from 3034; praised; Jiddo, an Israelite:


3036. Yadown {yaw-done'}; from 3034; thankful; Jadon, an Israelite:


3037. Yadduwa< {yad-doo'-ah}; from 3045; knowing; Jaddua, the name

of two Israelites: --Jaddua.

3038. Y@duwthuwn {yed-oo-thoon'}; or Y@duthuwn {yed-oo-thoon'}; or

Y@diythuwn {yed-ee-thoon'}; probably from 3034; laudatory; Jeduthun,

an Israelite: --Jeduthun.

3039. y@diyd {yed-eed'}; from the same as 1730; loved: --amiable,

(well-)beloved, loves.

3040. Y@diydah {yed-ee-daw'}; feminine of 3039; beloved; Jedidah, an

Israelitess: --Jedidah.

304l. Y@diyd@yah {yed-ee-deh-yaw'}; from 3039 and 3050; beloved of

Jah; Jedidejah, a name of Solomon: --Jedidiah.

3042. Y@dayah {yed-aw-yaw'}; from 3034 and 3050; praised of Jah;

Jedajah, the name of two Israelites: --Jedaiah.

3043. Y@diy<a>el {yed-ee-ah-ale'}; from 3045 and 410; knowing God;

Jediael, the name of three Israelites: --Jediael.

3044. Yidlaph {yid-lawf'}; from 1811; tearful; Jidlaph, a

Mesopotamian: --Jidlaph.

3045. yada< {yaw-dah'}; a primitive root; to know (properly, to

ascertain by seeing); used in a great variety of senses,

figuratively, literally, euphemistically and inferentially

(including observation, care, recognition; and causatively,

instruction, designation, punishment, etc.) [as follow]:

--acknowledge, acquaintance(-ted with), advise, answer, appoint,

assuredly, be aware, [un-]awares, can[-not], certainly, comprehend,

consider, X could they, cunning, declare, be diligent, (can, cause

to) discern, discover, endued with, familiar friend, famous, feel,

can have, be [ig-]norant, instruct, kinsfolk, kinsman, (cause to

let, make) know, (come to give, have, take) knowledge, have

[knowledge], (be, make, make to be, make self) known, + be learned,

+ lie by man, mark, perceive, privy to, X prognosticator, regard,

have respect, skilful, shew, can (man of) skill, be sure, of a

surety, teach, (can) tell, understand, have [understanding], X will

be, wist, wit, wot

3046. y@da< (Aramaic) {yed-ah'}; corresponding to 3045: --certify,

know, make known, teach.

3047. Yada< {yaw-daw'}; from 3045; knowing; Jada, an Israelite:


3048. Y@kda<yah {yed-ah-yaw'}; from 3045 and 3050; Jah has known;

Jedajah, the name of two Israelites: --Jedaiah.

3049. yidd@<oniy {yid-deh-o-nee'}; from 3045; properly, a knowing

one; specifically, a conjurer; (by impl) a ghost: --wizard.

3050. Yahh {yaw}; contraction for 3068, and meaning the same; Jah,

the sacred name: --Jah, the Lord, most vehement. Compare names in

"-iah," "- jah."

3051. yahab {yaw-hab'}; a primitive root; to give (whether literal

or figurative); generally, to put; imperatively (reflexive) come:

--ascribe, bring, come on, give, go, set, take.

3052. y@hab (Aramaic) {yeh-hab'}; corresponding to 3051; --deliver,

give, lay, + prolong, pay, yield.

3053. y@hab {ye-hawb'}; from 3051; properly, what is given (by

Providence), i.e. a lot: --burden.

3054. yahad {yaw-had'}; denominative from a form corresponding to

3061; to Judaize, i.e . become Jewish: --become Jews.

3055. Y@hud {yeh-hood'}; a briefer form of one corresponding to

3061; Jehud, a place in Palestine: --Jehud.

3056. Yehday {yeh-dah'-ee}; perhaps from a form corresponding to

3061; Judaistic; Jehdai, an Israelite: --Jehdai.

3057. Y@hudiyah {yeh-hoo-dee-yaw'}; feminine of 3064; Jehudijah, a

Jewess: --Jehudijah.

3058. Yehuw> {yay-hoo'}; from 3068 and 193l; Jehovah (is) He; Jehu,

the name of five Israelites: --Jehu.

3059. Y@how>achaz {yeh-ho-aw-khawz'}; from 3068 and 270;

Jehovah-seized; Jehoachaz, the name of three Israelites: --Jehoahaz.

Compare 3099.

3060. Y@how>ash {yeh-ho-awsh'}; from 3068 and (perhaps) 784;

Jehovah-fired; Jehoash, the name of two Israelite kings: --Jehoash.

Compare 3101.

3061. Y@huwd (Aramaic) {yeh-hood'}; contracted from a form

corresponding to 3063; properly, Judah, hence, Judaea: --Jewry,

Judah, Judea.

3062. Y@huwda>iy (Aramaic) {yeh-hoo-daw-ee'}; patrial from 3061; a

Jehudaite (or Judaite), i.e . Jew: --Jew.

3063. Y@huwdah {yeh-hoo-daw'}; from 3034; celebrated; Jehudah (or

Judah), the name of five Israelites; also of the tribe descended

from the first, and of its territory: --Judah.

3064. Y@huwdiy {yeh-hoo-dee'}; patronymically from 3063; a

Jehudite(i.e. Judaite or Jew), or descendant of Jehudah(i.e. Judah):


3065. Y@huwdiy {yeh-hoo-dee'}; the same as 3064; Jehudi, an

Israelite: --Jehudi.

3066. Y@huwdiyth {yeh-hoo-deeth'}; feminine of 3064; the Jewish

(used adverbially) language: --in the Jews' language.

3067. Y@huwdiyth {yeh-ho-deeth'}; the same as 3066; Jewess;

Jehudith, a Canaanitess: --Judith.

3068. Y@hovah {yeh-ho-vaw'}; from 1961; (the) self-Existent or

Eternal; Jehovah, Jewish national name of God: --Jehovah, theLord.

Compare 3050, 3069.

3069. Y@hovih {yeh-ho-vee'}; a variation of 3068 [used after 136,

and pronounced by Jews as 430, in order to prevent the repetition of

the same sound, since they elsewhere pronounce 3068 as 136]: --God.

3070. Y@hovah yireh {yeh-ho-vaw' yir-eh'}; from 3068 and 7200;

Jehovah will see (to it); Jehovah-Jireh, a symbolical name for Mount

Moriah: --Jehovah- jireh.

3071. Y@hovah nicciy {yeh-ho-vaw' nis-see'}; from 3068 and 5251 with

the prononimal suffix; Jehovah (is) my banner; Jehovah-Nissi, a

symbolical name of an altar in the Desert: --Jehovah-nissi.

3072. Y@hovah tsidqenuw {ye-ho-vaw' tsid-kay'-noo}; from 3068 and

6664 with pronominal suffix; Jehovah (is) our right;

Jehovah-Tsidkenu, a symbolical epithet of the Messiah and of

Jerusalem: --the Lord our righteousness

3073. Y@havah shalowm {yeh-ho-vaw' shaw-lome'}; from 3068 and 7965;

Jehovah (is) peace; Jehovah-Shalom, a symbolical name of an altar in

Palestine: --Jehovah-shalom.

3074. Y@hovah shammah {yeh-ho-vaw' shawm'-maw}; from 3068 and 8033

with directive enclitic; Jehovah (is) thither; Jehovah-Shammah, a

symbolic title of Jerusalem: --Jehovah-shammah.

3075. Y@howzabad {yeh-ho-zaw-bawd'}; from 3068 and 2064;

Jehovah-endowed; Jehozabad, the name of three Israelites:

--Jehozabad. Compare 3107.

3076. Y@howchanan {yeh-ho-khaw-nawn'}; from 3068 and 2603;

Jehovah-favored; Jehochanan, the name of eight Israelites:

--Jehohanan, Johanan. Compare 3110.

3077. Y@howyada< {yeh-ho-yaw-daw'}; from 3068 and 3045;

Jehovah-known; Jehojada, the name of three Israelites: --Jehoiada.

Compare 3111.

3078. Y@howyakiyn {yeh-ho-yaw-keen'}; from 3068 and 3559; Jehovah

will establish; Jehojakin, a Jewish king: --Jehoiachin. Compare


3079. Y@howyaqiym {yeh-ho-yaw-keem'}; from 3068 abbreviated and

6965; Jehovah will raise; Jehojakim, a Jewish king: --Jehoiakim.

Compare 3113.

3080. Y@howyariyb {yeh-ho-yaw-reeb'}; from 3068 and 7378; Jehovah

will contend; Jehojarib, the name of two Israelites: --Jehoiarib.

Compare 3114.

3081. Y@huwkal {yeh-hoo-kal'}; from 3201; potent; Jehukal, an

Israelite: --Jehucal. Compare 3116.

3082. Y@hownadab {yeh-ho-naw-dawb'}; from 3068 and 5068;

Jehovah-largessed; Jehonadab, the name of an Israelite and of an

Arab: --Jehonadab, Jonadab. Compare 3122.

3083. Y@hownathan {yeh-ho-naw-thawn'}; from 3068 and 5414;

Jehovah-given; Jehonathan, the name of four Israelites: --Jonathan.

Compare 3129.

3084. Y@howceph {yeh-ho-safe'}; a fuller form of 3130; Jehoseph(i.e.

Joseph), a son of Jacob: --Joseph.

3085. Y@how<addah {yeh-ho-ad-daw'}; from 3068 and 5710;

Jehovah-adorned; Jehoaddah, an Israelite: --Jehoada.

3086. Y@how<addiyn {yeh-ho-ad-deen'}; or Y@howaddan

{yeh-ho-ad-dawn'}; from 3068 and 5727; Jehovah-pleased; Jehoaddin or

Jehoaddan, an Israelitess: --Jehoaddan.

3087. Y@howtsadaq {yeh-ho-tsaw-dawk'}; from 3068 and 6663;

Jehovah-righted; Jehotsadak, an Israelite: --Jehozadek, Josedech.

Compare 3136.

3088. Y@howram {yeh-ho-rawm'}; from 3068 and 7311; Jehovah-raised;

Jehoram, the name of a Syrian and of three Israelites: --Jehoram,

Joram. Compare 3141.

3089. Y@howsheba< {yeh-ho-sheh'-bah}; from 3068 and 7650;

Jehovah-sworn; Jehosheba, an Israelitess: --Jehosheba. Compare 3090.

3090. Y@howshab<ath {yeh-ho-shab-ath'}; a form of 3089; Jehoshabath,

an Israelitess: --Jehoshabeath.

3091. Y@howshuwa< {yeh-ho-shoo'-ah}; or Y@howshu<a

{yeh-ho-shoo'-ah}; from 3068 and 3467; Jehovah-saved; Jehoshua(i.e.

Joshua), the Jewish leader: --Jehoshua, Jehoshuah, Joshua. Compare

1954, 3442.

3092. Y@howshaphat {yeh-ho-shaw-fawt'}; from 3068 and 8199;

Jehovah-judged; Jehoshaphat, the name of six Israelites; also of a

valley near Jerusalem: --Jehoshaphat. Compare 3146.

3093. yahiyr {yaw-here'}; probably from the same as 2022; elated;

hence, arrogant: --haughty, proud.

3094. Y@hallel>el {yeh-hal-lel-ale'}; from 1984 and 410; praising

God; Jehallelel, the name of two Israelites: --Jehalellel,


3095. yahalom {yah-hal-ome'}; from 1986 (in the sense of hardness);

a precious stone, probably onyx: --diamond.

3096. Yahats {yah'-hats; or Yahtsah {yah'-tsaw; or (feminine)

Yahtsah {yah-tsaw'}; from an unused root meaning to stamp; perhaps

threshing-floor; Jahats or Jahtsah, a place East of the Jordan:

--Jahaz, Jahazah, Jahzah.

3097. Yow>ab {yo-awb'}; from 3068 and 1; Jehovah-fathered; Joab, the

name of three Israelites: --Joab.

3098. Yow>ach {yo-awkh'}; from 3068 and 251; Jehovah-brothered;

Joach, the name of four Israelites: --Joah.

3099. Yow>achaz {yo-aw-khawz'}; a form of 3059; Joachaz, the name of

two Israelites: --Jehoahaz, Joahaz.

3100. Yow>el {yo-ale'}; from 3068 and 410; Jehovah (is his) God;

Joel, the name of twelve Israelites: --Joel.

3101. Yow>ash {yo-awsh'}; or Yo>ash (2 Chron. 24:1) {yo-awsh'}; a

form of 3060; Joash, the name of six Israelites: --Joash.

3102. Yowb {yobe}; perhaps a form of 3103, but more probably by

erroneous transcription for 3437; Job, an Israelite: --Job.

3103. Yowbab {yo-bawb'}; from 2980; howler; Jobab, the name of two

Israelites and of three foreigners: --Jobab.

3104. yowbel {yo-bale'}; or yobel {yob-ale'}; apparently from 2986;

the blast of a horn (from its continuous sound); specifically, the

signal of the silver trumpets; hence, the instrument itself and the

festival thus introduced: --jubile, ram's horn, trumpet.

3105. yuwbal {yoo-bal'}; from 2986; a stream: --river.

3106. Yuwbal {yoo-bawl'}; from 2986; stream; Jubal, an antediluvian:


3107. Yowzabad {yo-zaw-bawd'}; a form of 3075; Jozabad, the name of

ten Israelites: --Josabad, Jozabad.

3108. Yowzakar {yo-zaw-kawr'}; from 3068 and 2142;

Jehovah-remembered; Jozacar, an Israelite: --Jozachar.

3109. Yowcha> {yo-khaw'}; probably from 3068 and a variation of

2421; Jehovah-revived; Jocha, the name of two Israelites: --Joha.

3110. Yowchanan {yo-khaw-nawn'}; a form of 3076; Jochanan, the name

of nine Israelites: --Johanan.

3111. Yowyada< {yo-yaw-daw'}; a form of 3077; Jojada, the name of

two Israelites: --Jehoiada, Joiada.

3112. Yowyakiyn {yo-yaw-keen'}; a form of 3078; Jojakin, an

Israelite king: --Jehoiachin.

3113. Yowyaqiym {yo-yaw-keem'}; a form of 3079; Jojakim, an

Israelite: --Joiakim. Compare 3137.

3114. Yowyariyb {yo-yaw-reeb'}; a form of 3080; Jojarib, the name of

four Israelites: --Joiarib.

3115. Yowkebed {yo-keh'-bed}; from 3068 contracted and 3513;

Jehovah-gloried; Jokebed, the mother of Moses: --Jochebed.

3116. Yuwkal {yoo-kal'}; a form of 3081; Jukal, an Israelite:


3117. yowm {yome}; from an unused root meaning to be hot; a day (as

the warm hours), whether literal (from sunrise to sunset, or from

one sunset to the next), or figurative (a space of time defined by

an associated term), [often used adverb]: --age, + always, +

chronicals, continually(-ance), daily, ([birth-], each, to) day,

(now a, two) days (agone), + elder, X end, + evening, + (for)

ever(-lasting, --more), X full, life, as (so) long as (. . live),

(even) now, + old, + outlived, + perpetually, presently, +

remaineth, X required, season, X since, space, then, (process of)

time, + as at other times, + in trouble, weather, (as) when, (a,

the, within a) while (that), X whole (+ age), (full) year(-ly), +


3118. yowm (Aramaic) {yome}; corresponding to 3117; a day: --day (by

day), time.

3119. yowmam {yo-mawm'}; from 3117; daily: --daily, (by, in the)


3120. Yavan {yaw-vawn'}; probably from the same as 3196;

effervescing(i.e. hot and active); Javan, the name of a son of

Joktan, and of the race (Ionians, i.e . Greeks) descended from him,

with their territory; also of a place in Arabia: --Javan.

3121. yaven {yaw-ven'}; from the same as 3196; properly, dregs (as

effervescing); hence, mud: --mire,miry

3122. Yawnadab {yo-naw-dawb'}; a form of 3082; Jonadab, the name of

an Israelite and of a Rechabite: --Jonadab.

3123. yownah {yo-naw'}; probably from the same as 3196; a dove

(apparently from the warmth of their mating): --dove, pigeon.

3124. Yonah {yo-naw'}; the same as 3123; Jonah, an Israelite:


3125. Y@vaniy {yev-aw-nee'}; patronymically from 3121; a Jevanite,

or descendant of Javan: --Grecian.

3126. yowneq {yo-nake'}; active participle of 3243; a sucker; hence,

a twig (of a tree felled and sprouting): --tender plant.

3127. yowneqeth {yo-neh'-keth}; feminine of 3126; a sprout:

--(tender) branch, young twig.

3128. yownath >elem r@choqiym {yo-nath' ay'-lem rekh-o-keem'}; from

3123 and 482 and the plural of 7350; dove of (the) silence(i.e. dumb

Israel) of (i.e. among) distances(i.e. strangers); the title of a

ditty (used for a name of its melody): --Jonath-elem-rechokim.

3129. Yownathan {yo-naw-thawn'}; a form of 3083; Jonathan, the name

of ten Israelites: --Jonathan.

3130. Yowceph {yo-safe'}; future of 3254; let him add (or perhaps

simply active participle adding); Joseph, the name of seven

Israelites: --Joseph. Compare 3084.

3131. Yowciphyah {yo-sif-yaw'}; from active participle of 3254 and

3050; Jah (is) adding; Josiphjah, an Israelite: --Josiphiah.

3132. Yow<e>lah {yo-ay-law'}; perhaps feminine active participle of

3276; furthermore; Joelah, an Israelite: --Joelah.

3133. Yow<ed {yo-ade'}; apparently the active participle of 3259;

appointer; Joed, an Israelite: --Joed.

3134. Yow<ezer {yo-eh'-zer}; from 3068 and 5828; Jehovah (is his)

help; Joezer, an Israelite: --Joezer.

3135. Yow<ash {yo-awsh'}; from 3068 and 5789; Jehovah-hastened;

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

3136. Yowtsadaq {yo-tsaw-dawk'}; a form of 3087; Jotsadak, an

Israelite: --Jozadak.

3137. Yowqiym {yo-keem'}; a form of 3113; Jokim, an Israelite:


3138. yowreh {yo-reh'}; active participle of 3384; sprinkling;

hence, a sprinkling (or autumnal showers): --first rain, former


3139. Yowrah {yo-raw'}; from 3384; rainy; Jorah, an Israelite:


3140. Yowray {yo-rah'-ee}; from 3384; rainy; Jorai, an Israelite:


3141. Yowram {yo-rawm'}; a form of 3088; Joram, the name of three

Israelites and one Syrian: --Joram.

3142. Yuwshab Checed {yoo-shab' kheh'-sed}; from 7725 and 26l7;

kindness will be returned; Jushab-Chesed, an Israelite:


3143. Yowshibyah {yo-shi-yaw'}; from 3427 and 3050; Jehovah will

cause to dwell; Josibjah, an Israelite: --Josibiah.

3144. Yowshah {yo-shaw'}; probably a form of 3145; Joshah, an

Israelite: --Joshah.

3145. Yowshavyah {yo-shav-yaw'}; from 3068 and 7737; Jehovah-set;

Joshavjah, an Israelite: --Joshaviah. Compare 3144.

3146. Yowshaphat {yo-shaw-fawt'}; a form of 3092; Joshaphat, an

Israelite: --Joshaphat.

3147. Yowtham {yo-thawm'}; from 3068 and 8535; Jehovah (is) perfect;

Jotham, the name of three Israelites: --Jotham.

3148. yowther {yo-thare'}; active participle of 3498; properly,

redundant; hence, over and above, as adjective, noun, adverb or

conjunction [as follows]: --better, more(-over), over, profit.

3149. Y@zav>el {yez-av-ale'}; from an unused root (meaning to

sprinkle) and 410; sprinkled of God; Jezavel, an Israelite: --Jeziel

[from the margin].

3150. Yizziyah {yiz-zee-yaw'}; from the same as the first part of

3149 and 3050; sprinkled of Jah; Jizzijah, an Israelite: --Jeziah.

3151. Yaziyz {yaw-zeez'}; from the same as 2123; he will make

prominent; Jaziz, an Israelite: --Jaziz.

3152. Yizliy>ah {yiz-lee-aw'}; perhaps from an unused root (meaning

to draw up); he will draw out; Jizliah, an Israelite: --Jezliah.

3153. Y@zanyah {yez-an-yaw'}; or Y@zanyahuw {yez-an-yaw'-hoo};

probably for 2970; Jezanjah, an Israelite: --Jezaniah.

3154. yeza< {yeh'-zah}; from an unused root mean to ooze; sweat, i.e

. (by implication) a sweating dress: --any thing that causeth sweat.

3155. Yizrach {yiz-rawkh'}; a variation for 250; a Jizrach(i.e.

Ezrachite or Zarchite) or descendant of Zerach: --Izrahite.

3156. Yizrachyah {yiz-rakh-yaw'}; from 2224 and 3050; Jah will

shine; Jizrachjah, the name of two Israelites: --Izrahiah,


3157. Yizr@<e>l {yiz-reh-ale'}; from 2232 and 410; God will sow;

Jizreel, the name of two places in Palestine and of two Israelites:


3158. Yizr@<e>liy {yiz-reh-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3157; a

Jizreelite or native of Jizreel: --Jezreelite.

3159. Yizr@<e>liyth {yiz-reh-ay-leeth'}; feminine of 3158; a

Jezreelitess: --Jezreelitess.

3160. Y@chubbah {yekh-oob-baw'}; from 2247; hidden; Jechubbah, an

Israelite: --Jehubbah.

3161. yachad {yaw-khad'}; a primitive root; to be (or become) one:

--join, unite.

3162. yachad {yakh'-ad}; from 3161; properly, a unit, i.e . (adverb)

unitedly: --alike, at all (once), both, likewise, only,

(al-)together, withal.

3163. Yachdow {yakh-doe'}; from 3162 with pronominal suffix; his

unity, i.e . (adverb) together; Jachdo, an Israelite: --Jahdo.

3164. Yachdiy>el {yakh-dee-ale'}; from 3162 and 410; unity of God;

Jachdiel, an Israelite: --Jahdiel.

3165. Yechdiyahuw {yekh-dee-yaw'-hoo}; from 3162 and 3050; unity of

Jah; Jechdijah, the name of two Israelites: --Jehdeiah.

3166. Yachaziy>el {yakh-az-ee-ale'}; from 2372 and 410; beheld of

God; Jachaziel, the name of five Israelites: --Jahaziel, Jahziel.

3167. Yachz@yah {yakh-zeh-yaw'}; from 2372 and 3050; Jah will

behold; Jachzejah, an Israelite: --Jahaziah.

3168. Y@chezqe>l {yekh-ez-kale'}; from 2388 and 410; God will

strengthen; Jechezkel, the name of two Israelites: --Ezekiel,


3169. Y@chizqiyah {yekh-iz-kee-yaw'}; or Y@chizqiyahuw

{yekh-iz-kee-yaw'- hoo}; from 3388 and 3050; strengthened of Jah;

Jechizkijah, the name of five Israelites: --Hezekiah, Jehizkiah.

Compare 2396.

3170. Yachzerah {yakh-zay-raw'}; from the same as 2386; perhaps

protection; Jachzerah, an Israelite: --Jahzerah.

3171. Y@chiy>el {yekh-ee-ale'}; or (2 Chron. 29:14) Y@chav>el

{yekh-av-ale'}; from 2421 and 410; God will live; Jechiel (or

Jechavel), the name of eight Israelites: --Jehiel.

3172. Y@chiy>eliy {yekh-ee-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3171; a

Jechielite or descendant of Jechiel: --Jehieli.

3173. yachiyd {yaw-kheed'}; from 3161; properly, united, i.e . sole;

by implication, beloved; also lonely; (feminine) the life (as not to

be replaced): --darling, desolate, only (child, son), solitary.

3174. Y@chiyah {yekh-ee-yaw'}; from 2421 and 3050; Jah will live;

Jechijah, an Israelite: --Jehiah.

3175. yachiyl {yaw-kheel'}; from 3176; expectant: --should hope.

3176. yachal {yaw-chal'}; a primitive root; to wait; by implication,

to be patient, hope: --(cause to, have, make to) hope, be pained,

stay, tarry, trust, wait.

3177. Yachl@>el {yakh-leh-ale'}; from 3176 and 410; expectant of

God; Jachleel, an Israelite: --Jahleel.

3178. Yachl@>eliy {yakh-leh-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3177; a

Jachleelite or descendant of Jachleel: --Jahleelites.

3179. yacham {yaw-kham'}; a primitive root; probably to be hot;

figuratively, to conceive: --get heat, be hot, conceive, be warm.

3180. yachmuwr {yakh-moor'}; from 2560; a kind of deer (from the

color; compare 2543): --fallow deer.

3181. Yachmay {yakh-mah'-ee}; probably from 3179; hot; Jachmai, an

Israelite: --Jahmai.

3182. yacheph {yaw-khafe'}; from an unused root meaning to take off

the shoes; unsandalled: --barefoot, being unshod.

3183. Yachts@>el {yakh-tseh-ale'}; from 2673 and 410; God will

allot; Jachtseel, an Israelite: --Jahzeel. Compare 3185.

3184. Yachts@>eliy {yakh-tseh-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3183; a

Jachtseelite (collectively) or descendants of Jachtseel:


3185. Yachtsiy>el {yakh-tsee-ale'}; from 2673 and 410; allotted of

God; Jachtsiel, an Israelite: --Jahziel. Compare 3183.

3186. yachar {yaw-khar'}; a primitive root; to delay: --tarry


3187. yachas {yaw-khas'}; a primitive root; to sprout; used only as

denominative from 3188; to enroll by pedigree: --(number after,

number throughout the) genealogy (to be reckoned), be reckoned by


3188. yachas {yakh'-as}; from 3187; a pedigree or family list (as

growing spontaneously): --genealogy.

3189. Yachath {yakh'-ath}; from 3161; unity; Jachath, the name of

four Israelites: --Jahath.

3190. yatab {yaw-tab'}; a primitive root; to be (causative) make

well, literally (sound, beautiful) or figuratively (happy,

successful, right): --be accepted, amend, use aright, benefit, be

(make) better, seem best, make cheerful, be comely, + be content,

diligent(-ly), dress, earnestly, find favour, give, be glad, do (be,

make) good([-ness]), be (make) merry, please (+ well), shew more

[kindness], skilfully, X very small, surely, make sweet, thoroughly,

tire, trim, very, be (can, deal, entreat, go, have) well [said,


3191. y@tab (Aramaic) {yet-ab'}; corresponding to 3190: --seem good.

3192. Yotbah {yot-baw'}; from 3190; pleasantness; Jotbah, a place in

Palestine: --Jotbah.

3193. Yotbathah {yot-baw'-thaw}; from 3192; Jotbathah, a place in

the Desert: --Jotbath, Jotbathah.

3194. Yuttah {yoo-taw'}; or Yuwtah {yoo-taw'}; from 5186; extended;

Juttah (or Jutah), a place in Palestine: --Juttah.

3195. Y@tuwr {yet-oor'}; probably from the same as 2905;

encircled(i.e. inclosed); Jetur, a son of Ishmael: --Jetur.

3196. yayin {yah'-yin}; from an unused root meaning to effervesce;

wine (as fermented); by implication, intoxication: --banqueting,

wine, wine[-bibber].

3197. yak {yak}; by erroneous transcription for 3027; a hand or

side: -- [way-]side.

3198. yakach {yaw-kahh'}; a primitive root; to be right(i.e.

correct); reciprocal, to argue; causatively, to decide, justify or

convict: --appoint, argue, chasten, convince, correct(-ion),

daysman, dispute, judge, maintain, plead, reason (together), rebuke,

reprove(-r), surely, in any wise.

3199. Yakiyn {yaw-keen'}; from 3559; he (or it) will establish;

Jakin, the name of three Israelites and of a temple pillar:


3200. Yakiyniy {yaw-kee-nee'}; patronymically from 3199; a Jakinite

(collectively) or descendants of Jakin: --Jachinites.

3201. yakol {yaw-kole'}; or (fuller) yakowl {yaw-kole'}; a primitive

root; to be able, literally (can, could) or morally (may, might):

--be able, any at all (ways), attain, can (away with, [-not]),

could, endure, might, overcome, have power, prevail, still, suffer.

3202. y@kel (Aramaic) {yek-ale'}; or y@kiyl (Aramaic) {yek-eel'}; to

3201: --be able, can, couldest, prevail.

3203. Y@kolyah {yek-ol-yaw'}; and Y@kolyahuw {yek-ol-yaw'-hoo}; or

(2 Chronicles 26:3) Y@kiyl@yah {yek-ee-leh-yaw'}; from 3201 and

3050; Jah will enable; Jekoljah or Jekiljah, an Israelitess:

--Jecholiah, Jecoliah.

3204. Y@konyah {yek-on-yaw'}; and Y@konyahuw {yek-on-yaw'-hoo}; or

(Jereremiah 27:20) Y@kown@yah {yek-o-neh-yaw'}; from 3559 and 3050;

Jah will establish; Jekonjah, a Jewish king: --Jeconiah. Compare


3205. yalad {yaw-lad'}; a primitive root; to bear young;

causatively, to beget; medically, to act as midwife; specifically,

to show lineage: --bear, beget, birth([-day]), born, (make to) bring

forth (children, young), bring up, calve, child, come, be delivered

(of a child), time of delivery, gender, hatch, labour, (do the

office of a) midwife, declare pedigrees, be the son of, (woman in,

woman that) travail(-eth, --ing woman).

3206. yeled {yeh'-led}; from 3205; something born, i.e . a lad or

offspring: --boy, child, fruit, son, young man (one).

3207. yaldah {yal-daw'}; feminine of 3206; a lass: --damsel, girl.

3208. yalduwth {yal-dooth'}; abstractly from 3206; boyhood (or

girlhood): --childhood, youth.

3209. yillowd {yil-lode'}; passive from 3205; born: --born.

3210. Yalown {yaw-lone'}; from 3885; lodging; Jalon, an Israelite:


3211. yaliyd {yaw-leed'}; from 3205; born: --([home-])born, child,


3212. yalak {yaw-lak'}; a primitive root [compare 1980]; to walk

(literally or figuratively); causatively, to carry (in various

senses): --X again, away, bear, bring, carry (away), come (away),

depart, flow, + follow(-ing), get (away, hence, him), (cause to,

made) go (away, --ing, --ne, one's way, out), grow, lead (forth),

let down, march, prosper, + pursue, cause to run, spread, take away

([-journey]), vanish, (cause to) walk(-ing), wax, X be weak.

3213. yalal {yaw-lal'}; a primitive root; to howl (with a wailing

tone) or yell (with a boisterous one): --(make to) howl, be howling.

3214. y@lel {yel-ale'}; from 3213; a howl; --howling

3215. y@lalah {yel-aw-law'}; feminine of 3214; a howling: --


3216. yala< {yaw-lah'}; a primitive root; to blurt or utter

inconsiderately: --devour.

3217. yallepheth {yal-leh'-feth}; from an unused root apparently

meaning to stick or scrape; scurf or tetter: --scabbed.

3218. yekeq {yeh'-lek}; from an unused root meaning to lick up; a

devourer; specifically, the young locust: --cankerworm, caterpillar.

3219. yalquwt {yal-koot'}; from 3950; a travelling pouch (as if for

gleanings): --scrip.

3220. yam {yawm}; from an unused root meaning to roar; a sea (as

breaking in noisy surf) or large body of water; specifically (with

the article), the Mediterranean Sea; sometimes a large river, or an

artifical basin; locally, the west, or (rarely) the south: --sea (X

--faring man, [-shore]), south, west (-ern, side, --ward).

3221. yam (Aramaic) {yawm}; corresponding to 3220: --sea.

3222. yem {yame}; from the same as 3117; a warm spring: --mule.

3223. Y@muw>el{yem-oo-ale'}; from 3ll7 and 4l0; day of God; Jemuel,

an Israelite: --Jemuel.

3224. Y@miymah {yem-ee-maw'}; perhaps from the same as 3117;

properly, warm, i.e . affectionate; hence, dove [compare 3123];

Jemimah, one of Job's daughters: --Jemimah.

3225. yamiyn {yaw-meen'}; from 3231; the right hand or side (leg,

eye) of a person or other object (as the stronger and more

dexterous); locally, the south: --+ left-handed, right (hand, side),


3226. Yamiyn {yaw-meen'}; the same as 3225; Jamin, the name of three

Israelites: --Jamin. See also 1144.

3227. y@miyniy {yem-ee-nee'}; for 3225; right: --(on the) right


3228. Y@miyniy {yem-ee-nee'}; patronymically from 3226; a Jeminite

(collectively) or descendants of Jamin: --Jaminites. See also ll45.

3229. Yimla> {yeem-law'}; or Yimlah {yim-law'}; from 4390; full;

Jimla or Jimlah, an Israelite: --Imla, Imlah

3230. Yamlek {yam-lake'}; from 4427; he will make king; Jamlek, an

Israelite: --Jamlech.

3231. yaman {yaw-man'}; a primitive root; to be (physically)

right(i.e. firm); but used only as denominative from 3225 and

transitive, to be right-handed or take the right-hand side: --go

(turn) to (on, use) the right hand.

3232. Yimnah {yim-naw'}; from 3231; prosperity (as betokened by the

right hand); Jimnah, the name of two Israelites; also (with the

article) of the posterity of one of them: --Imna, Imnah, Jimnah,


3233. y@maniy {yem-aw-nee'}; from 3231; right(i.e. at the right

hand): --(on the) right (hand).

3234.Yimna< {yim-naw'}; from 4513; he will restrain; Jimna, an

Israelite: --Imna.

3235. yamar {yaw-mar'}; a primitive root; to exchange; by

implication, to change places: --boast selves, change.

3236. Yimrah {yim-raw'}; probably from 3235; interchange; Jimrah, an

Israelite: -- Imrah.

3237. yamash {yaw-mash'}; a primitive root; to touch: --feel.

3238. yanah {yaw-naw'}; a primitive root; to rage or be violent: by

implication, to suppress, to maltreat: --destroy, (thrust out by)

oppress(-ing, --ion, --or), proud, vex, do violence.

3239. Yanowach {yaw-no'-akh; or (with enclitic) Yanowchah

{yaw-no'-khaw}; from 3240; quiet; Janoach or Janochah, a place in

Palestine: --Janoah, Janohah.

3240. yanach {yaw-nakh'}; a primitive root; to deposit; by

implication, to allow to stay: --bestow, cast down, lay (down, up),

leave (off), let alone (remain), pacify, place, put, set (down),

suffer, withdraw, withhold. (The Hiphil forms with the dagesh are

here referred to, in accordance with the older grammarians; but if

any distinction of the kind is to be made, these should rather be

referred to 5117, and the others here.)

3241. Yaniym {yaw-neem'}; from 5123; asleep; Janim, a place in

Palestine: --Janum [from the margin].

3242. y@niqah {yen-ee-kaw'}; from 3243; a sucker or sapling: --young


3243. yanaq {yaw-nak'}; a primitive root; to suck; causatively, to

give milk: --milch, nurse(-ing mother), (give, make to) suck(-ing

child, --ling).

3244. yanshuwph {yan-shoof'}; or yanshowph {yan-shofe'}; apparently

from 5398; an unclean (acquatic) bird; probably the heron (perhaps

from its blowing cry, or because the night-heron is meant [compare

5399])]: --(great) owl.s

3245. yacad {yaw-sad'}; a primitive root; to set (literally or

figuratively); intensively, to found; reflexively, to sit down

together, i.e. settle, consult: --appoint, take counsel, establish,

(lay the, lay for a) found(-ation), instruct, lay, ordain, set, X


3246. y@cud {yes-ood'}; from 3245; a foundation (figuratively, i.e .

beginning): --X began.

3247. y@cowd {yes-ode'}; from 3245; a foundation (literally or

figuratively): --bottom, foundation, repairing

3248. y@cuwdah, {yes-oo-daw'}; feminine of 3246; a foundation:


3249. yacuwr {yaw-soor'}; from 5493; departing: --they that depart

3250. yiccowr {yis-sore'}; from 3256; a reprover: --instruct.

3251. yacak {yaw-sak'}; a primitive root; to pour (intransitive):

--be poured

3252. Yickah {yis-kaw'}; from an unused root meaning to watch;

observant; Jiskah, sister of Lot: --Iscah.

3253. Yicmakyahuw, {yis-mak-yaw-hoo'}; from 5564 and 3050; Jah will

sustain; Jismakjah, an Israelite: --Ismachiah.

3254. yacaph {yaw-saf'}; a primitive root; to add or augment (often

adverbial, to continue to do a thing): --add, X again, X any more, X

cease, X come more, + conceive again, continue, exceed, X further, X

gather together, get more, give more-over, X henceforth, increase

(more and more), join, X longer (bring, do, make, much, put), X

(the, much, yet) more (and more), proceed (further), prolong, put,

be [strong-] er, X yet, yield.

3255. y@caph (Aramaic) {yes-af'}; corresponding to 3254: --add.

3256. yacar {yaw-sar'}; a primitive root; to chastise, literally

(with blows) or figuratively (with words); hence, to instruct:

--bind, chasten, chastise, correct, instruct, punish, reform,

reprove, sore, teach.

3257. ya< {yaw}; from 3261; a shovel: --shovel.

3258. Ya<bets {yah-bates'}; from an unused root probably meaning to

grieve; sorrowful; Jabets, the name of an Israelite, and also of a

place in Palestine: --Jabez.

3259. ya<ad {yaw-ad'}; a primitive root; to fix upon (by agreement

or appointment); by implication, to meet (at a stated time), to

summon (to trial), to direct (in a certain quarter or position), to

engage (for marriage): --agree,(maxke an) appoint(-ment,a time),

assemble (selves), betroth, gather (selves, together), meet

(together), set (a time).

3260. Y@<diy {yed-ee'}; from 3259; appointed; Jedi, an Israelite:

--Iddo [from the margin] See 3035.

3261. ya<ah {yaw-aw'}; a primitive root; apparently to brush aside:

--sweep away.

3262. Y@<uw>el {yeh-oo-ale'}; from 3261 and 410; carried away of

God; Jeuel, the name of four Israelites; --Jehiel, Jeiel, Jeuel.

Compare 3273.

3263. Y@<uwts {yeh-oots'}; from 5779; counsellor; Jeuts, an

Israelite: --Jeuz.[gl

3264. ya<owr {yaw-ore'}; a variation of 3298; a forest: --wood.

3265. Ya<uwr {yaw-oor'}; apparently the passive participle of the

same as 3293; wooded; Jaur, an Israelite: --Jair[from the margin].

3266. Y@<uwsh {yeh-oosh'}; from 5789; hasty; Jeush, the name of an

Edomite and of four Israelites: --Jehush, Jeush. Compare 3274.

3267. ya<az {yaw-az'}; a primitive root; to be bold or obstinate:


3268. Ya<aziy>el {yah-az-ee-ale'}; from 3267 and 4l0; emboldened of

God; Jaaziel, an Israelite: --Jaaziel.

3269. Ya<aziyahuw {yah-az-ee-yaw'-hoo}; from 3267 and 3050;

emboldened of Jah; Jaazijah, an Israelite: --Jaaziah.

3270. Ya<azeyr {yah-az-ayr'}; or Ya<zer {yah-zare'}; from 5826;

helpful; Jaazer or Jazer, a place East of the Jordan: --Jaazer,


3271. ya<at {yaw-at'}; a primitive root; to clothe: --cover.

3272. y@<at (Aramaic), {yeh-at'}; corresponding to 3289; to counsel;

reflexively, to consult: --counsellor, consult together.

3273. Y@<iy>el {yeh-ee-ale'}; from 326l and 4l0; carried away of

God; Jeiel, the name of six Israelites: --Jeiel, Jehiel. Compare


3274. Y@<iysh, {yeh-eesh'}; from 5789; hasty; Jeish, the name of an

Edomite and of a an Israelite: --Jeush [from the margin]. Compare


3275. Ya<kan {yah-kawn'}; from the same as 5912; troublesome; Jakan,

an Israelite: --Jachan.

3276. ya<al {yaw-al'}; a primitive root; properly, to ascend;

figuratively, to be valuable (objectively: useful, subjectively:

benefited): --X at all, set forward, can do good, (be, have) profit,


3277. ya<el {yaw-ale'}; from 3276; an ibex (as climbing): --wild


3278. Ya<el {yaw-ale'}; the same as 3277; Jael, a Canaanite: --Jael.

3279. Ya<ala> {yah-al-aw'}; or Ya<alah {yah-al-aw'}; the same as

3280 or direct from 3276; Jaala or Jaalah, one of the Nethinim:

--Jaala, Jaalah.

3280. ya<alah {yah-al-aw'}; feminine of 3277: --roe

3281. Ya<lam {yah-lawm'}; from 5956; occult; Jalam, an Edomite:


3282. ya<an {yah'-an}; from an unused root meaning to pay attention;

properly, heed; by implication, purpose (sake or account); used

adverbially to indicate the reason or cause: --because (that),

forasmuch (+ as), seeing then, + that, + wheras, + why.

3283. ya<en {yaw-ane'}; from the same as 3282; the ostrich (probably

from its answering cry: --ostrich.

3284. ya<anah {yah-an-aw'}; feminine of 3283, and meaning the same:

--+ owl.

3285. Ya<anay {yah-an-ah'ee}; from the same as 3283; responsive;

Jaanai, an Israelite: --Jaanai.

3286. ya<aph {yaw-af'}; a primitive root; to tire (as if from

wearisome flight): --faint, cause to fly, (be) weary (self).

3287. ya<@ph {yaw-afe';} from 3286; fatigued; figuratively,

exhausted: --faint, weary.

3288. y@aph {yeh-awf'}; from 3286; fatigue (adverb, utterly

exhausted): --swiftly.e

3289. ya<ats {yaw-ats'}; a primitive root; to advise; reflexively,

to deliberate or resolve: --advertise, take advise, advise (well),

consult, (give, take) counsel(-lor), determine, devise, guide,


3290. Ya<aqob {yah-ak-obe'}; from 6117; heel-catcher(i.e.

supplanter); Jaakob, the Israelitish patriarch: --Jacob.

3291. Ya<aqobah {yah-ak-o'-baw}; from 3290; Jaakobah, an Israelite:


3292. Ya<aqan {yah-ak-awn'}; from the same as 6130; Jaakan, an

Idumaean: --Jaakan. Compare 1142.

3293. ya<ar {yah'-ar} from an unused root probably meaning to

thicken with verdure; a copse of bushes; hence, a forest; hence,

honey in the comb (as hived in trees): --[honey-]comb, forest, wood.

3294. Ya<rah {yah-raw'}; a form of 3295; Jarah, an Israelite:


3295. ya<arah {yah-ar-aw'}; feminine of 3293, and meaning the same:

--[honey-] comb, forest.

3296. Ya<arey >Or@giym {yah-ar-ay' o-reg-eem'}; from the plural of

3293 and the masculine plural active participle of 707; woods of

weavers; Jaare-Oregim, an Israelite: --Jaare-oregim.

3297. Y@<ariym {yeh-aw-reem'}; plural of 3293; forests; Jearim, a

place in Palestine: --Jearim. Compare 7157.

3298. Ya<areshyah {yah-ar-esh-yaw'}; from an unused root of

uncertain signification and 3050; Jaareshjah, an Israelite:


3299. Ya<asuw {yah-as-oo'}; from 6213; they will do; Jaasu, an

Israelite: --Jaasau.

3300. Ya<asiy>el {yah-as-ee-ale'}; from 6213 and 410; made of God;

Jaasiel, an Israelite: --Jaasiel, Jasiel.

3301. Yiphd@yah {yif-deh-yaw'}; from 6299 and 3050; Jah will

liberate; Jiphdejah, an Israelite: --Iphedeiah.

3302. yaphah {yaw-faw'}; a primitive root; properly, to be bright,

i.e . (by implication) beautiful: --be beautiful, be (make self)

fair(-r), deck.

3303. yapheh {yaw-feh'}; from 3302; beautiful (literally or

figuratively): --+ beautiful, beauty, comely, fair(-est, one), +

goodly, pleasant, well.

3304. y@pheh-phiyah {yef-eh' fee-yaw'}; from 3302 by reduplication;

very beautiful: --very fair.

3305. Yapho {yaw-fo'}; or Yaphow> (Ezra 3:7) {yaw-fo'}; from 3302;

beautiful; Japho, a place in Palestine: --Japha, Joppa.

3306. yaphach {yaw-fakh'}; a primitive root; properly, to breathe

hard, i.e. (by implication) to sigh: --bewail self.

3307. yapheach {yaw-fay'-akh}; from 3306; properly, puffing, i.e .

(figuratively) meditating: --such as breathe out.

3308. yophiy {yof-ee'}; from 3302; beauty: --beauty.

3309. Yaphiya< {yaw-fee'-ah}; from 3313; bright; Japhia, the name of

a Canaanite, an Israelite, and a place in Palestine: --Japhia.

3310. Yaphlet {yaf-late'}; from 6403; he will deliver; Japhlet, an

Israelite: --Japhlet.

3311. Yaphletiy {yaf-lay-tee'}; patronymically from 3310; a

Japhletite or descendant of Japhlet: --Japhleti.

3312. Y@phunneh {yef-oon-neh'}; from 6437; he will be prepared;

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

3313. yapha< {yaw-fah'}; a primitive root; to shine: --be light,

shew self, (cause to) shine (forth).

3314. yiph<ah {yif-aw'}; from 3313; splendor or (figuratively)

beauty: --brightness.

3315. Yepheth {yeh'-feth}; from 6601; expansion; Jepheth, a son of

Noah; also his posterity: --Japheth.

3316. Yiphtach {yif-tawkh'}; from 6605; he will open; Jiphtach, an

Israelite; also a place in Palestine: --Jephthah, Jiphtah.

3317. Yiphtach->el {yif-tach-ale'}; from 6605 and 410; God will

open; Jiphtach-el, a place in Palestine: --Jiphthah-el.

3318. yatsa> {yaw-tsaw'}; a primitive root; to go (causatively,

bring) out, in a great variety of applications, literally and

figuratively, direct and proxim.: --X after, appear, X assuredly,

bear out, X begotten, break out, bring forth (out, up), carry out,

come (abroad, out, thereat, without), + be condemned, depart(-ing,

--ure), draw forth, in the end, escape, exact, fail, fall (out),

fetch forth (out), get away (forth, hence, out), (able to, cause to,

let) go abroad (forth, on, out), going out, grow, have forth (out),

issue out, lay (lie) out, lead out, pluck out, proceed, pull out,

put away, be risen, X scarce, send with commandment, shoot forth,

spread, spring out, stand out, X still, X surely, take forth (out),

at any time, X to [and fro], utter.

3319. y@tsa> (Aramaic) {yets-aw'}; corresponding to 3318: --finish.

3320. yatsab {yaw-tsab'}; a primitive root; to place (any thing so

as to stay); reflexively, to station, offer, continue: --present

selves, remaining, resort, set (selves), (be able to, can, with-)

stand (fast, forth, --ing, still, up).

3321. y@tseb (Aramaic) {yets-abe'}; corresponding to 3320; to be

firm; hence, to speak surely: --truth.

3322. yatsag {yaw-tsag'}; a primitive root; to place permanently: --

establish, leave, make, present, put, set, stay.

3323. yitshar {yits-hawr'}; from 6671; oil (as producing light);

figuratively, anointing: --+ anointed oil.

3324. Yitshar {yits-hawr'}; the same as 3323; Jitshar, an Israelite:

-- Izhar.

3325. Yitshariy {yits-haw-ree'}; patronymically from 3324; a

Jitsharite or descendant of Jitshar: --Izeharites, Izharites.

3326. yatsuwa< {yaw-tsoo'-ah}; passive participle of 3331; spread,

i.e . a bed; (architecture) an extension, i.e . wing or lean-to (a

single story or collectively): --bed, chamber, couch.

3327. Yitschaq {yits-khawk'}; from 6711; laughter(i.e. mochery);

Jitschak (or Isaac), son of Abraham: --Isaac. Compare 3446.

3328. Yitschar {yits-khar'}; from the same as 6713; he will shine;

Jitschar, an Israelite: --and Zehoar [from the margin].

3329. yatsiy> {yaw-tsee'}; from 3318; issue, i.e . offspring:

--those that came forth.

3330. yatstsiyb (Aramaic) {yats-tseeb'}; from 3321; fixed, sure;

concretely, certainty: --certain(-ty), true, truth.

3331. yatsa< {yaw-tsah'}; a primitive root; to strew as a surface:

--make [one's] bed, X lie, spread.

3332. yatsaq {yaw-tsak'}; a primitive root; properly, to pour out

(transitive or intransitive); by implication, to melt or cast as

metal; by extension, to place firmly, to stiffen or grow hard:

--cast, cleave fast, be (as) firm, grow, be hard, lay out, molten,

overflow, pour (out), run out, set down, stedfast.

3333. y@tsukah {yets-oo-kaw'}; passive participle feminine of 3332;

poured out, i.e . run into a mould: --when it was cast.

3334. yatsar {yaw-tsar'}; a primitive root; to press (intransitive),

i.e . be narrow; figuratively, be in distress: --be distressed, be

narrow, be straitened (in straits), be vexed.

3335. yatsar {yaw-tsar'}; probably identical with 3334 (through the

squeezing into shape); ([compare 3331]); to mould into a form;

especially as a potter; figuratively, to determine(i.e. form a

resolution): --X earthen, fashion, form, frame, make(-r), potter,


3336. yetser {yay'-tser}; from 3335; a form; figuratively,

conception(i.e. purpose): --frame, thing framed, imagination,


3337. Yetser {yay-tser}; the same as 3336; Jetser, an Israelite:


3338. yatsur {yaw-tsoor'}; passive participle of 3335; structure,

i.e . limb or part: --member.ql

3339. Yitsriy {yits-ree'}; from 3335; formative; Jitsri, an

Israelite: --Isri.

3340. Yitsriy {yits-ree'}: patronymically from 3337; a Jitsrite

(collectively) or descendants of Jetser: --Jezerites.

3341. yatsath {yaw-tsath'}; a primitive root; to burn or set on

fire; figuratively, to desolate: --burn (up), be desolate, set (on)

fire ([fire]), kindle.

3342. yeqeb {yeh'-keb}; from an unused root meaning to excavate; a

trough (as dug out); specifically, a wine-vat (whether the lower

one, into which the juice drains; or the upper, in which the grapes

are crushed): --fats, presses, press-fat, wine(-press).

3343. Y@qabts@>el {yek-ab-tseh-ale'}; from 6908 and 410; God will

gather; Jekabtseel, a place in Palestine: --Jekabzeel. Compare 6909.

3344. yaqad {yaw-kad'}; a primitive root; to burn: --(be)

burn(-ing), X from the hearth, kindle.

3345. y@qad (Aramaic) {yek-ad'}; corresponding to 3344: --burning.

3346. y@qeda> (Aramaic) {yek-ay-daw'}; from 3345; a conflagration:


3347. Yoqd@<am {yok-deh-awm'}; from 3344 and 5971; burning of (the)

people; Jokdeam, a place in Palestine: --Jokdeam.

3348. Yaqeh {yaw-keh'}; from an unused root probably meaning to

obey; obedient; Jakeh, a symbolical name (for Solomon): --Jakeh.

3349. yiqqahah {yik-kaw-haw'}; from the same as 3348; obedience:

--gathering, to obey.

3350. y@qowd {yek-ode'}; from 3344; a burning: --burning.

3351. y@quwm {yek-oom'}; from 6965; properly, standing (extant), i.e

. by implication, a living thing: --(living) substance.

3352. yaqowsh {yaw-koshe'}; from 3369; properly, entangling; hence,

a snarer: --fowler.

3353. yaquwsh {yaw-koosh'}; passive participle of 3369; properly,

entangled, i.e . by implication (intransitively) a snare, or

(transitive) a snarer: --fowler, snare.

3354. Y@quwthiy>el {yek-ooth-ee'-ale}; from the same as 3348 and

410; obedience of God; Jekuthiel, an Israelite: --Jekuthiel.

3355. Yoqtan {yok-tawn'}; from 6994; he will be made little; Joktan,

an Arabian patriarch: --Joktan.

3356. Yaqiym {yaw-keem'}; from 6965; he will raise; Jakim, the name

of two Israelites: --Jakim. Compare 3079.

3357. yaqqiyr {yak-keer'}; from 3365; precious: --dear.

3358. yaqqiyr (Aramaic) {yak-keer'}; corresponding to 3357: --noble,


3359. Y@qamyah {yek-am-yaw'}; from 6965 and 3050; Jah will rise;

Jekamjah, the name of two Israelites: --Jekamiah. Compare 3079.

3360. Y@qam<am {yek-am'-awm}; from 6965 and 5971; (the) people will

rise; Jekamam, an Israelite: --Jekameam. Compare 3079, 3361.

3361. Yoqm@<am {yok-meh-awm'}; from 6965 and 5971; (the) people will

be raised; Jokmeam, a place in Palestine: --Jokmeam. Compare 3360,


3362. Yoqn@<am {yok-neh-awm'}; from 6969 and 5971; (the) people will

be lamented; Jokneam, a place in Palestine: --Jokneam.

3363. yaqa< {yaw-kah'}; a primitive root; properly, to sever

oneself, i.e . (by implication) to be dislocated; figuratively, to

abandon; causatively, to impale (and thus allow to drop to pieces by

rotting): --be alienated, depart, hang (up), be out of joint

3364. yaqats {yaw-kats'}; a primitive root; to awake (intransitive):

--(be) awake(-d).

3365. yaqar {yaw-kar'}; a primitive root; properly, apparently, to

be heavy, i.e . (figuratively) valuable; causatively, to make rare

(figuratively, to inhibit): --be (make) precious, be prized, be set

by, withdraw.

3366. y@qar {yek-awr'}; from 3365; value, i.e . (concretely) wealth;

abstractly, costliness, dignity: --honour, precious (things), price.

3367. y@qar (Aramaic) {yek-awr'}; corresponding to 3366: --glory,


3368. yaqar {yaw-kawr'}; from 3365; valuable (obj. or subj.):

--brightness, clear, costly, excellent, fat, honourable women,

precious, reputation.

3369. yaqosh {yaw-koshe'}; a primitive root; to ensnare (literally

or figuratively): --fowler (lay a) snare.

3370. Yoqshan {yok-shawn'}; from 3369; insidious; Jokshan, an

Arabian patriarch: --Jokshan.

3371. Yoqth@>el (yok-theh-ale'); probably from the same as 3348 and

410; veneration of God [compare 3354]; Joktheel, the name of a place

in Palestine, and of one in Idumaea: --Joktheel.

3372. yare> {yaw-ray'}; a primitive root; to fear; morally, to

revere;caus. to frighten: --affright, be (make) afraid, dread(-ful),

(put in) fear(-ful, --fully, --ing), (be had in) reverence(-end), X

see, terrible (act, --ness, thing).

3373. yare> {yaw-ray'}; from 3372; fearing; morally, reverent:

--afraid, fear (-ful).

3374. yir>ah {yir-aw'}; feminine of 3373; fear (also used as

infinitive); morally, reverence: --X dreadful, X exceedingly,


3375. Yirown {yir-ohn'}; from 3372; fearfulness; Jiron, a place in

Pal: --Iron.

3376. Yir>iyayh {yir-ee-yaw'}; from 3373 and 3050; fearful of Jah;

Jirijah, an Israelite: --Irijah.

3377. Yareb {yaw-rabe'}; from 7378; he will contend; Jareb, a

symbolical name for Assyria: --Jareb. Compare 3402.

3378. Y@rubba<al {yer-oob-bah'-al}; from 7378 and 1168; Baal will

contend; Jerubbaal, a symbol. name of Gideon: --Jerubbaal.

3379. Yarob<am {yaw-rob-awm'}; from 7378 and 5971; (the) people will

contend; Jarobam, the name of two Israelite kings: --Jeroboam.

3380. Y@rubbesheth {yer-oob-beh'-sheth}; from 7378 and 1322;

shame(i.e. the idol) will contend; Jerubbesheth, a symbol. name for

Gideon: --Jerubbesheth.

3381. yarad {yaw-rad'}; a primitive root; to descend (literally, to

go downwards; or conventionally to a lower region, as the shore, a

boundary, the enemy, etc.; or figuratively, to fall); causatively,

to bring down (in all the above applications); --X abundantly, bring

down, carry down, cast down, (cause to) come(-ing) down, fall

(down), get down, go(-ing) down(-ward), hang down, X indeed, let

down, light (down), put down (off), (cause to, let) run down, sink,

subdue, take down.

3382. Yered {yeh'-red}; from 3381; a descent; Jered, the name of an

antediluvian, and of an Israelite: --Jared

3383. Yarden {yar-dane'}; from 3381; a descender; Jarden, the

principal river of Palestine: --Jordan.

3384. yarah {yaw-raw'}; or (2 Chr. 26:15) yara> {yaw-raw'}; a

primitive root; properly, to flow as water (i.e. to rain);

transitively, to lay or throw (especially an arrow, i.e . to shoot);

figuratively, to point out (as if by aiming the finger), to teach:

--(+) archer, cast, direct, inform, instruct, lay, shew, shoot,

teach(-er,-ing), through.

3385. Y@ruw>el {yer-oo-ale'}; from 3384 and 410; founded of God;

Jeruel, a place in Palestine: --Jeruel.

3386. Yarowach {yaw-ro'-akh}; perhaps denominative from 3394; (born

at the) new moon; Jaroach, an Israelite: --Jaroah.

3387. yarowq {yaw-roke'}; from 3417; green, i.e . an herb: --green


3388. Y@ruwsha> {yer-oo-shaw'}; or Yaruwshah {yer-oo-shaw'} feminine

passive participle of 3423; possessed; Jerusha or Jerushah, as

Israelitess: --Jerusha, Jerushah.

3389. Y@ruwshalaim {yer-oo-shaw-lah'-im}; rarely Y@ruwshalayim

{yer-oo- shaw-lah'-yim}; a dual (in allusion to its two main hills

[the true pointing, at least of the former reading, seems to be that

of 3390]); probably from (the passive participle of) 3384 and 7999;

founded peaceful; Jerushalaim or Jerushalem, the capital city of

Palestine: --Jerusalem.

3390. Y@ruwshalem (Chald) {yer-oo-shaw-lame'}; corresponding to

3389: --Jerusalem.

3391. yerach {yeh'-rakh}; from a unused root of uncertain

signification; a lunation, i.e . month: --month, moon.

3392. Yerach {yeh'-rakh}; the same as 3391; Jerach, an Arabian

patriarch: --Jerah.

3393. y@rach (Aramaic) {yeh-rakh'}; corresponding to 3391; a month:


3394. yareach {yaw-ray'-akh}; from the same as 3391; the moon:


3395. Y@rocham {yer-o-khawm'}; from 7355; compassionate; Jerocham,

the name of seven or eight Israelites: --Jeroham.

3396. Y@rachm@>el {yer-akh-meh-ale'}; from 7355 and 410; God will

compassionate; Jerachmeel, the name of three Israelites:


3397. Y@rachm@>eliy {yer-akh-meh-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3396;

a Jerachmeelite or descendant of Jerachmeel: --Jerahmeelites.

3398. Yarcha< {yar-khaw'}; probably of Egyptian origin; Jarcha, an

Egyptian: --Jarha.

3399. yarat {yaw-rat'}; a primitive root; to precipitate or hurl

(rush) headlong; (intransitively) to be rash: --be perverse, turn


3400 Y@riy>el {yer-ee-ale'}; from 3384 and 410; thrown of God;

Jeriel, an Israelite: --Jeriel. Compare 3385.

3401. yariyb {yaw-rebe'}; from 7378; literally, he will contend;

properly, adjective, contentious; used as noun, an adversary: --that

content(-eth), that strive.

3402. Yariyb {yaw-rebe'}; the same as 3401; Jarib, the name of three

Israelites: --Jarib.

3403. Y@riybay {yer-eeb-ah'ee}; from 3401; contentious; Jeribai, an

Israelite: --Jeribai.

3404. Y@riyah {yer-ee-yaw'}; or Y@riyahuw {yer-ee-yaw'-hoo}; from

3384 and 3050; Jah will throw; Jerijah, an Israelite: --Jeriah,


3405. Y@riychow {yer-ee-kho'}; or Y@rechow {yer-ay-kho'}; or

variation (1 Kings 16:34) Y@riychoh {yer-ee-kho'}; perhaps from

3394; its month; or else from 7306; fragrant; Jericho or Jerecho, a

place in Palestine: --Jericho.

3406. Y@riymowth {yer-ee-mohth'}; or Y@reymowth {yer-ay-mohth'}; or

Y@remowth {yer-ay-mohth'}; feminine plural from 7311; elevations;

Jerimoth or Jeremoth, the name of twelve Israelites: --Jermoth,

Jerimoth, and Ramoth [from the margin].

3407. y@riy<ah {yer-ee-aw'}; from 3415; a hanging (as tremulous):


3408. Y@riy<owth {yer-ee-ohth'}; plural of 3407; curtains; Jerioth,

an Israelitess: --Jerioth.

3409. yarek {yaw-rake'}; from an unused root meaning to be soft; the

thigh (from its fleshy softness); by euphem. the generative parts;

figuratively, a shank, flank, side: --X body, loins, shaft, side,


3410. yarka> (Aramaic) {yar-kaw'}; corresponding to 3411; a thigh:


3411. y@rekah {yer-ay-kaw'}; feminine of 3409; properly, the flank;

but used only figuratively, the rear or recess: --border, coast,

part, quarter, side.

3412. Yarmuwth {yar-mooth'}; from 7311; elevation; Jarmuth, the name

of two places in Palestine: --Jarmuth.

3413. Y@remay {yer-ay-mah'-ee} from 7311; elevated; Jeremai, an

Israelite: --Jeremai.

3414. Yirm@yah {yir-meh-yaw'}; or Yirm@yahuw {yir-meh-yaw'-hoo};

from 7311 and 3050; Jah will rise; Jirmejah, the name of eight or

nine Israelites: --Jeremiah.

3415. yara< {yaw-rah'}; a primitive root; properly, to be broken up

(with any violent action) i.e . (figuratively) to fear: --be

grevious [only Isa. 15:4; the rest belong to 7489].

3416. Yirp@>el {yir-peh-ale'}; from 7495 and 410; God will heal;

Jirpeel, a place in Palestine: --Irpeel.

3417. yaraq {yaw-rak'}; a primitive root; to spit: --X but, spit.

3418. yereq {yeh'-rek}; from 3417 (in the sense of vacuity of

color); properly, pallor, i.e . hence, the yellowish green of young

and sickly vegetation; concretely, verdure, i.e . grass or

vegetation: --grass, green (thing).

3419. yaraq {yaw-rawk'}; from the same as 3418; properly, green;

concretely, a vegetable: --green, herbs.

3420. yeraqown {yay-raw-kone'}; from 3418; paleness, whether of

persons (from fright), or of plants (from drought): --greenish,


3421. Yorq@<am {yor-keh-awm'}; from 7324 and 5971; people will be

poured forth; Jorkeam, a place in Palestine: --Jorkeam.

3422. y@raqraq {yer-ak-rak'}; from the same as 3418; yellowishness:

--greenish, yellow.

3423. yarash {yaw-rash'}; or yaresh {yaw-raysh'}; a primitive root;

to occupy (by driving out previous tenants, and possessing in their

place); by implication, to seize, to rob, to inherit; also to expel,

to impoverish, to ruin: --cast out, consume, destroy, disinherit,

dispossess, drive(-ing) out, enjoy, expel, X without fail, (give to,

leave for) inherit(-ance, --or) + magistrate, be (make) poor, come

to poverty, (give to, make to) possess, get (have) in (take)

possession, seize upon, succeed, X utterly.

3424. y@reshah {yer-ay-shaw'}; from 3423; occupancy: --possession.

3425. y@rushah {yer-oosh-shaw'}; from 3423; something occupied; a

conquest; also a patrimony: --heritage, inheritance, possession.

3426. yesh {yaysh}; perhaps from an unused root meaning to stand

out, or exist; entity; used adverbially or as a copula for the

substantive verb (1961); there is or are (or any other form of the

verb to be, as may suit the connection): --(there) are, (he, it,

shall, there, there may, there shall, there should) be, thou do,

had, hast, (which) hath, (I, shalt, that) have, (he, it, there) is,

substance, it (there) was, (there) were, ye will, thou wilt,


3427. yashab {yaw-shab'}; a primitive root; properly, to sit down

(specifically as judge. in ambush, in quiet); by implication, to

dwell, to remain; causatively, to settle, to marry: --(make to)

abide(-ing), continue, (cause to, make to) dwell(-ing), ease self,

endure, establish, X fail, habitation, haunt, (make to)

inhabit(-ant), make to keep [house], lurking, X marry(-ing), (bring

again to) place, remain, return, seat, set(- tle), (down-)sit(-down,

still, --ting down, --ting [place] --uate), take, tarry.

3428. Yesheb>ab {yeh-sheb-awb'}; from 3427 and 1; seat of (his)

father; Jeshebab, an Israelite: --Jeshebeab.

3429. Yosheb bash-Shebeth {yo-shabe' bash-sheh'-beth}; from the

active participle of 3427 and 7674, with a preposition and the

article interposed; sitting in the seat; Josheb-bash-Shebeth, an

Israelite: --that sat in the seat.

3430. Yishbow b@-Nob {yish-bo'beh-nobe}; from 3427 and 5011, with a

pronominal suffix and a preposition interposed; his dwelling (is) in

Nob; Jishbo-be-Nob, a Philistine: --Ishbi-benob [from the margin].

3431. Yishbach {yish-bakh'}; from 7623; he will praise; Jishbach, an

Israelite: --Ishbah.

3432. Yashubiy {yaw-shoo-bee'}; patronymically from 3437; a

Jashubite, or descendant of Jashub: --Jashubites.

3433. Yashubiy Lechem {yaw-shoo-bee' leh'-khem}; from 7725 and 3899;

returner of bread; Jashubi-Lechem, an Israelite: --Jashubi-lehem.

[Prob. the text should be pointed Yosh@bev Lechem (yo-sheh-bay'

leh'-khem), and rendered "(they were) inhabitants of Lechem," i.e .

of Bethlehem (by contraction). Compare 3902].

3434. Yashob<am {yaw-shob-awm'}; from 7725 and 5971; people will

return; Jashobam, the name of two or three Israelites: --Jashobeam.

3435. Yishbaq {yish-bawk'}; from an unused root corresponding to

7662; he will leave; Jishbak, a son of Abraham: --Ishbak.

3436. Yoshb@qashah {yosh-bek-aw-shaw'}; from 3427 and 7186; a hard

seat; Joshbekashah, an Israelite: --Joshbekashah.

3437. Yashuwb {yaw-shoob'}; or Yashiyb {yaw-sheeb'}; from 7725; he

will return; Jashub, the name of two Israelites: --Jashub.

3438. Yishvah {yish-vaw'}; from 7737; he will level; Jishvah, an

Israelite: --Ishvah, Isvah.

3439. Y@showchayah {yesh-o-khaw-yaw'}; from the same as 3445 and

3050; Jah will empty; Jeshochajah, an Israelite: --Jeshoaiah.

3440. Yishviy {yish-vee'}; from 7737; level; Jishvi, the name of two

Israelites: --Ishuai, Ishvi, Isui, Jesui.

3441. Yishviy {yish-vee'}; patronymically from 3440; a Jishvite

(collectively) or descendants of Jishvi: --Jesuites.

3442. Yeshuwa< {yay-shoo'-ah}; for 3091; he will save; Jeshua, the

name of ten Israelites, also of a place in Palestine: --Jeshua.

3443. Yeshuwa< (Aramaic) {yay-shoo'-ah}; corresponding to 3442:


3444. y@shuw<ah {yesh-oo'-aw}; feminine passive participle of 3467;

something saved, i.e . (abstractly) deliverance; hence, aid,

victory, prosperity: --deliverance, health, help(-ing), salvation,

save, saving (health), welfare.

3445. yeshach {yeh'-shakh}; from an unused root meaning to gape (as

the empty stomach); hunger: --casting down.

3446. Yischaq {yis-khawk'}; from 7831; he will laugh; Jischak, the

heir of Abraham: --Isaac. Compare 3327.

3447. yashat {yaw-shat'}; a primitive root; to extend: --hold out.

3448. Yishay {yee-shah'-ee}; by Aramaic >Iyshay {ee-shah'-ee}; from

the same as 3426; extant; Jishai, David's father: --Jesse.

3449. Yishshiyah {yish-shee-yaw'}; or Yishshiyahuw

{yish-shee-yaw'-hoo}; from 5383 and 3050; Jah will lend; Jishshijah,

the name of five Israelites: --Ishiah, Isshiah, Ishijah, Jesiah.

3450. Y@siyma>el {yes-eem-aw-ale'}; from 7760 and 410; God will

place; Jesimael, an Israelite: --Jesimael.

3451. y@shiymah {yesh-ee-maw'}; from 3456; desolation: --let death

seize [from the margin].

3452. y@shiymown {yesh-ee-mone'}; from 3456; a desolation: --desert,

Jeshimon, solitary, wilderness.

3453. yashiysh {yaw-sheesh'}; from 3486; an old man: --(very) aged

(man), ancient, very old.

3454. Y@shiyshay {yesh-ee-shah'-ee}; from 3453; aged; Jeshishai, an

Israelite: --Jeshishai.

3455. yasam {yaw-sam'}; a prim root; to place; intransitively, to be

placed: --be put (set).

3456. yasham {yaw-sham'}; a primitive root; to lie waste: --be


3457. Yishma> {yish-maw'}; from 3456; desolate; Jishma, an

Israelite: --Ishma.

3458. Yishma<e>l {yish-maw-ale'}; from 8085 and 410; God will hear;

Jishmael, the name of Abraham's oldest son, and of five Israelites:


3459. Yishma<e>liy {yish-maw-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3458; a

Jishmaelite or descendant of Jishmael: --Ishmaelite.

3460. Yishma<yah {yish-mah-yaw'}; or Yishma<yahuw

{yish-mah-yaw'-hoo}; from 8085 and 3050; Jah will hear; Jishmajah,

the name of two Israelites: --Ishmaiah.

3461. Yishm@ray {yish-mer-ah'-ee}; from 8104; preservative;

Jishmerai, an Israelite: --Ishmerai.

3462. yashen {yaw-shane'}; a primitive root; properly, to be slack

or languid, i.e . (by implication) sleep (figuratively, to die);

also to grow old, stale or inveterate: --old (store), remain long,

(make to) sleep

3463. yashen {yaw-shane'}; from 3462; sleepy: --asleep, (one out of)

sleep(-eth, --ing), slept.

3464. Yashen {yaw-shane'}; the same as 3463; Jashen, an Israelite:


3465. yashan {yaw-shawn'}; from 3462; old: --old.

3466. Y@shanah {yesh-aw-naw'}; feminine of 3465; Jeshanah, a place

in Palestine: --Jeshanah.

3467. yasha< {yaw-shah'}; a primitive root; properly, to be open,

wide or free, i.e . (by implication) to be safe; causatively, to

free or succor: --X at all, avenging, defend, deliver(-er), help,

preserve, rescue, be safe, bring (having) salvation, save(-iour),

get victory.

3468. yesha< {yeh'-shah}; or yesha< {yay'-shah}; from 3467; liberty,

deliverance, prosperity: --safety, salvation, saving.

3469. Yish<iy {yish-ee'}; from 3467; saving; Jishi, the name of four

Israelites: --Ishi.

3470. Y@sha<yah {yesh-ah-yaw'}; or Y@sha<yahuw {yesh-ah-yaw'-hoo};

from 3467 and 3050; Jah has saved; Jeshajah, the name of seven

Israelites: -- Isaiah, Jesaiah, Jeshaiah.

3471. yash@pheh {yaw-shef-ay'}; from an unused root meaning to

polish; a gem supposed to be jasper (from the resemblance in name):


3472. Yishpah {yish-paw'}; perhaps from 8192; he will scratch;

Jishpah, an Israelite: --Ispah.

3473. Yishpan {yish-pawn'}; probably from the same as 8227; he will

hide; Jishpan, an Israelite: --Ishpan.

3474. yashar {yaw-shar'}; a primitive root; to be straight or even;

figuratively, to be (causatively, to make) right, pleasant,

prosperous: --direct, fit, seem good (meet), + please (will), be

(esteem, go) right (on), bring (look, make, take the) straight

(way), be upright(-ly).

3475. Yesher {yay'-sher}; from 3474; the right; Jesher, an

Israelite: --Jesher.

3476. yosher {yo'-sher}; from 3474; the right: --equity, meet,

right, upright(-ness).

3477. yashar {yaw-shawr'}; from 3474; straight (literally or

figuratively): --convenient, equity, Jasher, just, meet(-est), +

pleased well right(-eous), straight, (most) upright(-ly, --ness).

3478. Yisra>el {yis-raw-ale'}; from 8280 and 410; he will rule as

God; Jisrael, a symbolical name of Jacob; also (typically) of his

posterity: --Israel.

3479. Yisra>el (Aramaic) {yis-raw-ale'}; corresponding to 3478:


3480. Y@sar>elah {yes-ar-ale'-aw}; by variation from 3477 and 410

with directive enclitic; right towards God; Jesarelah, an Israelite:

-- Jesharelah.

3481. Yisr@>eliy {yis-reh-ay-lee'}; patronymically from 3478; a

Jisreelite or descendant of Jisrael: --of Israel, Israelite.

3482. Yisr@>eliyth {yis-reh-ay-leeth'}; feminine of 3481; a

Jisreelitess or female descendant of Jisrael: --Israelitish.

3483. yishrah {yish-raw'}; feminine or 3477; rectitude:


3484. Y@shuruwn {yesh-oo-roon'}; from 3474; upright; Jeshurun, a

symbol. name for Israel: --Jeshurun.

3485. Yissaskar {yis-saw-kawr'}; (strictly yis-saws-kawr'); from

5375 and 7939; he will bring a reward; Jissaskar, a son of Jacob:


3486. yashesh {yaw-shaysh'}; from an unused root meaning to blanch;

gray-haired, i.e . an aged man: --stoop for age.

3487. yath (Aramaic) {yath}; corresponding to 853; a sign of the

object of a verb: --whom.

3488. y@thiyb (Aramaic) {yeth-eeb'}; corresponding to 3427; to sit

or dwell: --dwell, (be) set, sit.

3489. yathed {yaw-thade'}; from an unused root meaning to pin

through or fast; a peg: --nail, paddle, pin, stake.

3490. yathowm {yaw-thome'}; from an unused root meaning to be

lonely; a bereaved person: --fatherless (child), orphan.

3491. yathuwr {yaw-thoor'}; passive participle of 3498; properly,

what is left, i.e . (by implication) a gleaning: --range.

3492. Yattiyr {yat-teer'}; from 3498; redundant; Jattir, a place in

Palestine: --Jattir.

3493. yattiyr (Aramaic) {yat-teer'}; corresponding to 3492;

preeminent; as an adverb, very: --exceeding(-ly), excellent.

3494. Yithlah {yith-law'}; probably from 8518; it will hang, i.e .

be high; Jithlah, a place in Palestine: --Jethlah.

3495. Yithmah {yith-maw'}; from the same as 3490; orphanage;

Jithmah, an Israelite: --Ithmah.

3496. Yathniy>el {yath-nee-ale'}; from an unused root meaning to

endure, and 410; continued of God; Jathniel, an Israelite:


3497. Yithnan {yith-nawn'}; from the same as 8577; extensive;

Jithnan, a place in Palestine: --Ithnan.

3498. yathar {yaw-thar'}; a primitive root; to jut over or exceed;

by implication, to excel; (intransitively) to remain or be left;

causatively, to leave, cause to abound, preserve: --excel, leave (a

remnant), left behind, too much, make plenteous, preserve, (be, let)

remain(-der, --ing, -- nant), reserve, residue, rest.

3499. yether {yeh'-ther}; from 3498; properly, an overhanging, i.e .

(by implication) an excess, superiority, remainder; also a small

rope (as hanging free): --+ abundant, cord, exceeding,

excellancy(-ent), what they leave, that hath left, plentifully,

remnant, residue, rest, string, with.

3500. Yether {yeh'-ther}; the same as 3499; Jether, the name of five

or six Israelites and of one Midianite: --Jether, Jethro. Compare


3501. Yithra> {yith-raw'}; by variation for 3502; Jithra, an

Israelite (or Ishmaelite): --Ithra.

3502. yithrah {yith-raw'}; feminine of 3499; properly, excellence,

i.e . (by implication) wealth: --abundance, riches.

3503. Yithrow {yith-ro'}; from 3499 withpron. suffix; his

excellence; Jethro, Moses' father-in-law: --Jethro. Compare 3500.

3504. yithrown {yith-rone'}; from 3498; preeminence, gain: --better,

excellency(-leth), profit(-able).

3405. Yithriy {yith-ree'}; patronymically from 3500; a Jithrite or

descendant of Jether: --Ithrite.

3506. Yithran {yith-rawn'}; from 3498; excellent; Jithran, the name

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

3507. Yithr@<am {yith-reh-awm'}; from 3499 and 5971; excellence of

people; Jithream, a son of David: --Ithream.

3508. yothereth {yo-theh'-reth}; feminine active participle of 3498;

the lobe or flap of the liver (as if redundant or outhanging):


3509. Y@theyh {yeh-thayth'}; of uncertain derivation; Jetheth, an

Edomite: --Jetheth.

3510. ka'ab {kaw-ab'}; a primitive root; properly, to feel pain; by

implication, to grieve; figuratively, to spoil: --grieving, mar,

have pain, make sad (sore), (be) sorrowful.

3511. k@>eb {keh-abe'}; from 3510; suffering (physical or mental),

adversity: --grief, pain, sorrow.

3512. ka>ah {kaw-aw'}; a primitive root; to despond: causatively, to

deject: --broken, be grieved, make sad.

3513. kabad {kaw-bad'}; or kabed {kaw-bade'}; a primitive root; to

be heavy, i.e . in a bad sense (burdensome, severe, dull) or in a

good sense (numerous, rich, honorable; causatively, to make weighty

(in the same two senses): --abounding with, more grievously afflict,

boast, be chargeable, X be dim, glorify, be (make) glorious

(things), glory, (very) great, be grievous, harden, be (make) heavy,

be heavier, lay heavily, (bring to, come to, do, get, be had in)

honour (self), (be) honourable (man), lade, X more be laid, make

self many, nobles, prevail, promote (to honour), be rich, be (go)

sore, stop.

3514. kobed {ko'-bed}; from 3513; weight, multitude, vehemence:

--grievousness, heavy, great number.

3515. kabed {kaw-bade'}; from 3513; heavy; figuratively in a good

sense (numerous) or in a bad sense (severe, difficult, stupid):

--(so) great, grievous, hard(-ened), (too) heavy(-ier), laden, much,

slow, sore, thiCk.

3516. kabed {kaw-bade'}; the same as 3515; the liver (as the

heaviest of the viscera): --liver.

3517. k@beduth {keb-ay-dooth'}; feminine of 3515; difficulty: --X


3518. kabah {kaw-baw'}; a primitive root; to expire or (causatively)

to extinguish (fire, light, anger): --go (put) out, quench.

3519. kabowd {kaw-bode'}; rarely kabod {kaw-bode'}; from 3513;

properly, weight, but only figuratively in a good sense, splendor or

copiousness: --glorious(-ly), glory, honour(-able).

3520. k@buwddah {keb-ood-daw'}; irreg. feminine passive participle

of 3513; weightiness, i.e . magnificence, wealth: --carriage, all

glorious, stately.

3521. Kabuwl {kaw-bool'}; from the same as 3525 in the sense of

limitation; sterile; Cabul, the name of two places in Palestine:


3522. Kabbown {kab-bone'}; from an unused root meaning to heap up;

hilly; Cabon, a place in Palestine: --Cabbon.

3523. k@biyr {keb-eer}; from 3527 in the original sense of plaiting;

a matrass (of intertwined materials): --pillow.

3524. kabbiyr {kab-beer'}; from 3527; vast, whether in extent

(figuratively, of power, mighty; of time, aged), or in number, many:

--+ feeble, mighty, most, much, strong, valiant.

3525. kebel {keh'-bel}; from an unused root meaning to twine or

braid together; a fetter: --fetter.

3526. kabac {kaw-bas'}; a primitive root; to trample; hence, to wash

(properly, by stamping with the feet), whether literal (including

the fulling process) or figurative: --fuller, wash(-ing).

3527. kabar {kaw-bar'}; a primitive root; properly, to plait

together, i.e . (figuratively) to augment (especially in number or

quantity, to accumulate): --in abundance, multiply.

3528. k@bar {keb-awr'}; from 3527; properly, extent of time, i.e . a

great while; hence, long ago, formerly, hitherto: --already, (seeing

that which), now.

3529. K@bar {keb-awr'}; the same as 3528; length; Kebar, a river of

Mesopotamia: --Chebar. Compare 2249.

3530. kibrah {kib-raw'}; feminine of 3528; properly, length, i.e . a

measure (of uncertain dimension): --X little.

3531. k@barah {keb-aw-raw'}; from 3527 in its original sense; a

sieve (as netted): --sieve.

3532. kebes {keh-bes'}; from an unused root meaning to dominate; a

ram (just old enough to butt): --lamb, sheep.

3533. kabash {kaw-bash'}; a primitive root; to tread down; hence,

negatively, to disregard; positively, to conquer, subjugate,

violate: -- bring into bondage, force, keep under, subdue, bring

into subjection

3534. kebesh {keh'-besh}; from 3533; a footstool (as trodden upon):


3535. kibsah {kib-saw'}; or kabsah {kab-saw'}; feminine of 3532; a

ewe: -- (ewe) lamb.

3536. kibshan {kib-shawn'}; from 3533; a smelting furnace (as

reducing metals): --furnace.

3537. kad {kad}; from an unused root meaning to deepen; properly, a

pail; but generally of earthenware; a jar for domestic purposes:

--barrel, pitcher.

3538. k@dab (Aramaic) {ked-ab'}; from a root corresponding to 3576;

false: --lying.

3539. kadkod {kad-kobe'}; from the same as 3537 in the sense of

striking fire from a metal forged; a sparkling gem, probably the

ruby: --agate.

3540. K@dorla<omer {ked-or-law-o'-mer}; of foreign origin;

Kedorlaomer, an early Persian king: --Chedorlaomer.

3541. koh {ko}; from the prefix k and 1931; properly, like this, i.e

. by implication, (of manner) thus (or so); also (of place) here (or

hither); or (of time) now: --also, here, + hitherto, like, on the

other side, so (and much), such, on that manner, (on) this (manner,

side, way, way and that way), + mean while, yonder.

3542. kah (Aramaic) {kaw}; corresponding to 3541: --hitherto.

3543. kahah {kaw-haw'}; a primitive root; to be weak, i.e .

(figuratively) to despond (causatively, rebuke), or (of light, the

eye) to grow dull: -- darken, be dim, fail, faint, restrain, X


3544. keheh {kay-heh'}; from 3543; feeble, obscure: --somewhat dark,

darkish, wax dim, heaviness, smoking.

3545. kehah {kay-haw'}; feminine of 3544; properly, a weakening;

figuratively, alleviation, i.e . cure: --healing.

3546. k@hal (Aramaic) {keh-hal'}; a root corresponding to 3201 and

3557; to be able: --be able, could.

3547. kahan {kaw-han'}; a primitive root, apparently meaning to

mediate in religious services; but used only as denominative from

3548; to officiate as a priest; figuratively, to put on regalia:

--deck, be (do the office of a, execute the, minister in the)

priest('s office).

3548. kohen {ko-hane'}; active participle of 3547; literally, one

officiating, a priest; also (by courtesy) an acting priest (although

a layman): --chief ruler, X own, priest, prince, principal officer.

3549. kahen (Aramaic) {kaw-hane'}; corresponding to 3548: --priest.

3550. k@hunnah {keh-hoon-naw'}; from 3547; priesthood: --priesthood,

priest's office.

3551. kav (Aramaic) {kav}; from a root corresponding to 3854 in the

sense of piercing; a window (as a perforation): --window.

3552. Kuwb {koob}; of foreign derivation; Kub, a country near Egypt:

-- Chub.

3553. kowba< {ko'-bah}; from an unused root meaning to be high or

rounded; a helmet (as arched): --helmet. Compare 6959.

3554. kavah {kaw-vaw'}; a primitive root; properly, to prick or

penetrate; hence, to blister (as smarting or eating into): --burn.

3555. k@viyah {kev-ee-yaw'}; from 3554; a branding: --burning.

3556. kowkab {ko-kawb'}; probably from the same as 3522 (in the

sense of rolling) or 3554 (in the sense of blazing); a star (as

round or as shining); figuratively, a prince: --star([-gazer]).

3557. kuwl {kool}; a primitive root; properly, to keep in; hence, to

measure; figuratively, to maintain (in various senses): --(be able

to, can) abide, bear, comprehend, contain, feed, forbearing, guide,

hold(-ing in), nourish(-er), be present, make provision, receive,

sustain, provide sustenance (victuals).

3558. kuwmaz {koo-mawz'}; from an unused root meaning to store away;

a jewel (probably gold beads): --tablet.

3559. kuwn {koon}; a primitive root; properly, to be erect(i.e.

stand perpendicular); hence (causatively) to set up, in a great

variety of applications, whether literal (establish, fix, prepare,

apply), or figurative (appoint, render sure, proper or prosperous):

--certain(-ty), confirm, direct, faithfulness, fashion, fasten,

firm, be fitted, be fixed, frame, be meet, ordain, order, perfect,

(make) preparation, prepare (self), provide, make provision, (be,

make) ready, right, set (aright, fast, forth), be stable,

(e-)stablish, stand, tarry, X verydeed

3560. Kuwn {koon}; probably from 3559; established; Kun, a place in

Syria: --Chun.

3561. kavvan {kav-vawn'}; from 3559; something prepared, i.e . a

sacrificial wafer: --cake.

3562. Kownanyahuw {ko-nan-yaw'-hoo}; from 3559 and 3050; Jah has

sustained; Conanjah, the name of two Israelites: --Conaniah,

Cononiah. Compare 3663.

3563. kowc {koce}; from an unused root meaning to hold together; a

cup (as a container), often figuratively, a lot (as if a potion);

also some unclean bird, probably an owl (perhaps from the cup-like

cavity of its eye): --cup, (small) owl. Compare 3599.

3564. kuwr {koor}; from an unused root meaning properly, to dig

through; a pot or furnace (as if excavated): --furnace. Compare


3565. Kowr<Ashan {kore aw-shawn'}; from 3564 and 6227; furnace of

smoke; Cor-Ashan, a place in Palestine: --Chor-ashan.

3566. Kowresh {ko'-resh}; or (Ezra 1:1 [last time],2) Koresh

{ko'-resh}; from the Persians; Koresh (or Cyrus), the Persian king:


3567. Kowresh (Aramaic) {ko'-resh}; corresponding to 3566: --Cyrus.

3568. Kuwsh {koosh}; probably of foreign origin; Cush (or Ethiopia),

the name of a son of Ham, and of his territory; also of an

Israelite: --Chush, Cush, Ethiopia.

3569. Kuwshiy {koo-shee'}; patronymically from 3568; a Cushite, or

descendant of Cush: --Cushi, Cushite, Ethiopian(-s).

3570. Kuwshiy {koo-shee'}; the same as 3569; Cushi, the name of two

Israelites: --Cushi.

3571. Kuwshiyth {koo-sheeth'}; feminine of 3569; a Cushite woman:


3572. Kuwshan {koo-shawn'}; perhaps from 3568; Cushan, a region of

Arabia: --Cushan.

3573. Kuwshan Rish<athayim {koo-shan' rish-aw-thah'-yim}; apparently

from 3572 and the dual of 7564; Cushan of double wickedness;

Cushan-Rishathajim, a Mesopotamian king: --Chushan-rishathayim.

3574. kowsharah {ko-shaw-raw'}; from 3787; prosperity; in plural

freedom: --X chain.

3575. Kuwth {kooth}; or (feminine) Kuwthah {koo-thaw'}; of foreign

origin; Cuth or Cuthah, a province of Assyria: --Cuth.

3576. kazab {kaw-zab'}; a primitive root; to lie (i.e. deceive),

literally or figuratively: --fail, (be found a, make a) liar, lie,

lying, be in vain.

3577. kazab {kaw-zawb'}; from 3576; falsehood; literally (untruth)

or figuratively (idol): --deceitful, false, leasing, + liar, lie,


3578. Koz@ba> {ko-zeb-aw'}; from 3576; fallacious; Cozeba, a place

in Palestine: --Choseba.

3579. Kozbiy {koz-bee'}; from 3576; false; Cozbi, a Midianitess:


3580. K@ziyb {kez-eeb'}; from 3576; falsified; Kezib, a place in

Palestine: --Chezib.

3581. koach {ko'-akh}; or (Dan. 11:6) kowach {ko'-akh}; from an

unused root meaning to be firm; vigor, literally (force, in a good

or a bad sense) or figuratively (capacity, means, produce); also

(from its hardiness) a large lizard: --ability, able, chameleon,

force, fruits, might, power(-ful), strength, substance, wealth.

3582. kachad {kaw-khad'}; a primitive root; to secrete, by act or

word; hence (intensively) to destroy: --conceal, cut down (off),

desolate, hide.

3583. kachal {kaw-khal'}; a primitive root; to paint (with stibium):


3584. kachash {kaw-khash'}; a primitive root; to be untrue, in word

(to lie, feign, disown) or deed (to disappoint, fail, cringe):

--deceive, deny, dissemble, fail, deal falsely, be found liars,

(be-)lie, lying, submit selves

3585. kachash {kakh'-ash}; from 3584; literally, a failure of flesh,

i.e . emaciation; figuratively, hypocrisy: --leanness, lies, lying.

3586. kechash {kekh-awsh'}; from 3584; faithless: --lying.

3587. kiy {kee}; from 3554; a brand or scar: --burning.

3588. kiy {kee}; a primitive particle [the full form of the

prepositional prefix] indicating causal relations of all kinds,

antecedent or consequent; (by implication) very widely used as a

relative conjunction or adverb [as below]; often largely modified by

other particles annexed: --and, + (forasmuch, inasmuch, where-)as,

assured[-ly], + but, certainly, doubtless, + else, even, + except,

for, how, (because, in, so, than) that, + nevertheless, now,

rightly, seeing, since, surely, then, therefore, + (al- )though, +

till, truly, + until, when, whether, while, whom, yea, yet.

3589. kiyd {keed}; from a primitive root meaning to strike: a

crushing; figuratively, calamity: --destruction.

3590. kiydowd {kee-dode'}; from the same as 3589 [compare 3539];

properly, something struck off, i.e . a spark (as struck): --spark.

3591. kiydown {kee-dohn'}; from the same as 3589; properly,

something to strike with, i.e . a dart (perhaps smaller that 2595):

--lance, shield, spear, target.

3592. Kiydown {kee-dohn'}; the same as 3591; Kidon, a place in

Palestine: --Chidon.

3593. kiydowr {kee-dore'}; of uncertain derivation; perhaps tumult:

-- battle.

3594. Kiyuwn {kee-yoon'}; from 3559; properly, a statue, i.e . idol;

but used (by euphemism) for some heathen deity (perhaps

corresponding to Priapus or Baal-peor): --Chiun.

3595. kiyowr {kee-yore'}; or kiyor {kee-yore'}; from the same as

3564; properly, something round (as excavated or bored), i.e . a

chafing-dish for coals or a caldron for cooking; hence (from

similarity of form) a washbowl; also (for the same reason) a pulpit

or platform: --hearth, laver, pan, scaffold.

3596. kiylay {kee-lah'-ee}; or kelay {kay-lah'-ee}; from 3557 in the

sense of withholding; niggardly: --churl.

3597. keylaph {kay-laf'}; from an unused root meaning to clap or

strike with noise; a club or sledge-hammer: --hammer.

3598. Kiymah {kee-maw'}; from the same as 3558; a cluster of stars,

i.e . the Pleiades: --Pleiades, seven stars.

3599. kiyc {keece}; a form for 3563; a cup; also a bag for money or

weights: --bag, cup, purse.

3600. kiyr {keer}; a form for 3564 (only in the dual); a cooking

range (consisting of two parallel stones, across which the boiler is

set): --ranges for pots.

3601. kiyshowr {kee-shore'}; from 3787; literally, a director, i.e .

the spindle or shank of a distaff (6418), by which it is twirled:


3602. kakah {kaw'-kaw}; from 3541; just so, referring to the

previous or following context: --after that (this) manner, this

matter, (even) so, in such a case, thus.

3603. kikkar {kik-kawr'}; from 3769; a circle, i.e . (by

implication) a circumjacent tract or region, expec. the Ghor or

valley of the Jordan; also a (round) loaf; also a talent (or large

[round] coin): --loaf, morsel, piece, plain, talent

3604. kikker (Aramaic) {kik-kare'}; corresponding to 3603; a talent:

-- talent.

3605. kol {kole}; or (Jer. 33:8) kowl {kole}; from 3634; properly,

the whole; hence, all, any or every (in the singular only, but often

in a plural sense): --(in) all (manner, [ye]), altogether, any

(manner), enough, every (one, place, thing), howsoever, as many as,

[no-]thing, ought, whatsoever, (the) whole, whoso(-ever).

3606. kol (Aramaic) {kole}; corresponding to 3605: --all, any, +

(forasmuch) as, + be-(for this) cause, every, + no (manner, --ne), +

there (where)-fore, + though, what (where, who)-soever, (the) whole.

3607. kala> {kaw-law'}; a primitive root; to restrict, by act (hold

back or in) or word (prohibit): --finish, forbid, keep (back),

refrain, restrain, retain, shut up, be stayed, withhold

3608. kele> {keh'-leh}; from 3607; a prison: --prison. Compare 3610,


3609. Kil>ab {kil-awb'}; apparently from 3607 and 1; restraint of

(his) father; Kilab, an Israelite: --Chileab.

3610. kil>ayim {kil-ah'-yim}; dual of 3608 in the original sense of

separation; two heterogeneities: --divers seeds (-e kinds), mingled


3611. keleb {keh'-leb}; from an unused root means. to yelp, or else

to attack; a dog; hence (by euphemism) a male prostitute: --dog.

3612. Kaleb {kaw-labe'}; perhaps a form of 3611, or else from the

same root in the sense of forcible; Caleb, the name of three

Israelites: --Caleb.

3613. Kaleb >Ephrathah {kaw-labe' ef-raw'-thaw}; from 3612 and 672;

Caleb- Ephrathah, a place in Egypt (if the text is correct):


3614. Kalibbow {kaw-lib-bo'}; probably by erroneous transcription

for Kalebiy {kaw-lay-bee'}; patronymically from 3612; a Calebite or

descendant of Caleb: --of the house of Caleb.

3615. kalah {kaw-law'}; a primitive root; to end, whether

intransitive (to cease, be finished, perish) or transitived (to

complete, prepare, consume): --accomplish, cease, consume (away),

determine, destroy (utterly), be (when . . were) done, (be an) end

(of), expire, (cause to) fail, faint, finish, fulfil, X fully, X

have, leave (off), long, bring to pass, wholly reap, make clean

riddance, spend, quite take away, waste.

3616. kaleh {kaw-leh'}; from 3615; pining: --fail.

3617. kalah {kaw-law'}; from 3615; a completion; adverb, completely;

also destruction: --altogether, (be, utterly) consume(-d),

consummation(-ption), was determined, (full, utter) end, riddance.

3618. kallah {kal-law'}; from 3634; a bride (as if perfect); hence,

a son's wife: --bride, daughter-in-law, spouse.

3619. k@lub {kel-oob'}; from the same as 3611; a bird-trap (as

furnished with a clap-stick or treadle to spring it); hence, a

basket (as resembling a wicker cage): --basket, cage.

3620. K@luwb {kel-oob'}; the same as 3619; Kelub, the name of two

Israelites: --Chelub.

3621. K@luwbay {kel-oo-bay'-ee}; a form of 3612; Kelubai, an

Israelite: --Chelubai.

3622. K@luwhay {kel-oo-hah'-ee}; from 3615; completed; Keluhai, an

Israelite: --Chelluh.

3623. k@luwlah {kel-oo-law'}; denominative passive participle from

3618; bridehood (only in the plural): --espousal.

3624. kelach {keh'-lakh}; from an unused root meaning to be

complete; maturity: --full (old) age.

3625. Kelach {keh'-lakh}; the same as 3624; Kelach, a place in

Assyria: --Calah.

3626. Kol-Chozeh {kol-kho-zeh'}; from 3605 and 2374; every seer;

Col- Chozeh, an Israelite: --Col-hozeh.

3627. k@liy {kel-ee'}; from 3615; something prepared, i.e . any

apparatus (as an implement, utensil, dress, vessel or weapon):

--armour ([-bearer]), artillery, bag, carriage, + furnish,

furniture, instrument, jewel, that is made of, X one from another,

that which pertaineth, pot, + psaltery, sack, stuff, thing, tool,

vessel, ware, weapon, + whatsoever

3628. k@liy> {kel-ee'}; or k@luw> {kel-oo'}; from 3607 [compare

3608]; a prison: -- prison.

3629. kilyah {kil-yaw'}; feminine of 3627 (only in the plural); a

kidney (as an essential organ); figuratively, the mind (as the

interior self): -- kidneys, reins.

3630. Kilyown {kil-yone'}; a form of 3631; Kiljon, an Israelite: --


3631. killayown {kil-law-yone'}; from 3615; pining, destruction:

--consumption, failing.

3632. kaliyl {kaw-leel'}; from 3634; complete; as noun, the whole

(specifically, a sacrifice entirely consumed); as adverb, fully:

--all, every whit, flame, perfect(-ion), utterly, whole burnt

offering (sacrifice), wholly.

3633. Kalkol {kal-kole'}; from 3557; sustenance; Calcol, an

Israelite: -- Calcol, Chalcol.

3634. kalal {kaw-lal'}; a primitive root; to complete: --(make)


3635. k@lal (Aramaic) {kel-al'}; corresponding to 3634; to complete:

-- finish, make (set) up.

3636. K@lal {kel-awl'}; from 3634; complete; Kelal, an Israelite: --


3637. kalam {kaw-lawm'}; a primitive root; properly, to wound; but

only figuratively, to taunt or insult: --be (make) ashamed, blush,

be confounded, be put to confusion, hurt, reproach, (do, put to)


3638. Kilmad {kil-mawd'}; of foreign derivation; Kilmad, a place

apparently in the Assyrian empire: --Chilmad.

3639. k@limmah {kel-im-maw'}; from 3637; disgrace: --confusion,

dishonour, reproach, shame.

3640. k@limmuwth {kel-im-mooth'}; from 3639; disgrace: --shame.

3641. Kalneh {kal-neh'}; or Kalneh {kal-nay'}; also Kalnow

{kal-no'}; of foreign derivation; Calneh or Calno, a place in the

Assyrian empire: -- Calneh, Calno. Compare 3656.

3642. kamahh {kaw-mah}; a primitive root; to pine after: --long.

3643. Kimham {kim-hawm'}; from 3642; pining; Kimham, an Israelite:

-- Chimham.

3644. k@mow {kem-o'}; or kamow {kaw-mo'}; a form of the prefix "k-",

but used separately [compare 3651]; as, thus, so: --according to,

(such) as (it were, well as), in comparison of, like (as, to, unto),

thus, when, worth.

3645. K@mowsh {kem-oshe'}; or (Jer. 48:7) K@miysh {kem-eesh'}; from

an unused root meaning to subdue; the powerful; Kemosh, the god of

the Moabites: --Chemosh.

3646. kammon {kam-mone'}; from an unused root meaning to store up or

preserve; "cummin" (from its use as a condiment): --cummin.

3647. kamac {kaw-mas'}; a primitive root; to store away, i.e .

(figuratively) in the memory: --lay up in store

3648. kamar {kaw-mar'}; a primitive root; properly, to intertwine or

contract, i.e . (by implication) to shrivel (as with heat);

figuratively, to be deeply affected with passion (love or pity):

--be black, be kindled, yearn.

3649. kamar {kaw-mawr'}; from 3648; properly, an ascetic (as if

shrunk with self-maceration), i.e . an idolatrous priest (only in

plural): --Chemarims (idolatrous) priests.

3650. kimriyr {kim-reer'}; redupl. from 3648; obscuration (as if

from shrinkage of light, i.e . an eclipse (only in plural):


3651. ken {kane}; from 3559; properly, set upright; hence

(figuratively as adjective) just; but usually (as adverb or

conjunction) rightly or so (in various applications to manner, time

and relation; often with other particles): --+ after that (this,

--ward, --wards), as . . as, + [for-]asmuch as yet, + be (for which)

cause, + following, howbeit, in (the) like (manner, --wise), X the

more, right, (even) so, state, straightway, such (thing), surely, +

there (where)-fore, this, thus, true, well, X you.

3652. ken (Aramaic) {kane}; corresponding to 3651; so: --thus.

3653. ken {kane}; the same as 3651, used as a noun; a stand, i.e .

pedestal or station: --base, estate, foot, office, place, well.

3654. ken {kane}; from 3661 in the sense of fastening; a gnat (from

infixing its sting; used only in plural [and irreg. in Exod.

8:17,18; Heb. 13:14]): --lice, X manner.

3655. kanah {kaw-naw'}; a primitive root; to address by an

additional name; hence, to eulogize: --give flattering titles,

surname (himself).

3656. Kanneh {kan-neh'}; for 3641; Canneh, a place in Assyria:


3657. kannah {kaw-naw'}; from 3661; a plant (as set): --X vineyard.

3658. kinnowr {kin-nore'}; from a unused root meaning to twang; a

harp: --harp

3659. Konyahuw {kon-yaw'-hoo}; for 3204; Conjah, an Israelite king:


3660. k@nema> (Aramaic) {ken-ay-maw'}; corresponding to 3644; so or

thus: --so, (in) this manner (sort), thus.

3661. kanan {kaw-nan'}; a primitive root; to set out, i.e . plant:

--X vineyard.

3662. K@naniy {ken-aw-nee'}; from 3661; planted; Kenani, an

Israelite: --Chenani.

3663. K@nanyah {ken-an-yaw'}; or K@nanyahuw {ken-an-yaw'-hoo}; from

3661 and 3050; Jah has planted; Kenanjah, an Israelite: --Chenaniah.

3664. kanac {kaw-nas'}; a primitive root; to collect; hence, to

enfold: --gather (together), heap up, wrap self.

3665. kana< {kaw-nah'}; a primitive root; properly, to bend the

knee; hence, to humiliate, vanquish: --bring down (low), into

subjection, under, humble (self), subdue.

3666. kin<ah {kin-aw'}; from 3665 in the sense of folding [compare

3664]; a package: --wares.

3667. K@na<an {ken-ah'-an}; from 3665; humiliated; Kenaan, a son a

Ham; also the country inhabited by him: --Canaan, merchant,


3668. K@na<anah {ken-ah-an-aw'}; feminine of 3667; Kenaanah, the

name of two Israelites: --Chenaanah.

3669. K@na<aniy {ken-ah-an-ee'}; patrial from 3667; a Kenaanite or

inhabitant of Kenaan; by implication, a pedlar (the Canaanites

standing for their neighbors the Ishmaelites, who conducted

mercantile caravans): -- Canaanite, merchant, trafficker.

3670. kanaph {kaw-naf'}; a primitive root; properly, to project

laterally, i.e. probably (reflexive) to withdraw: --be removed.

3671. kanaph {kaw-nawf'}; from 3670; an edge or extremity;

specifically (of a bird or army) a wing, (of a garment or

bed-clothing) a flap, (of the earth) a quarter, (of a building) a

pinnacle: --+ bird, border, corner, end, feather[-ed], X flying, +

(one an-)other, overspreading, X quarters, skirt, X sort, uttermost

part, wing([-ed]).

3672. Kinn@rowth {kin-ner-oth'}; or Kinnereth {kin-neh'-reth};

respectively plural and singular feminine from the same as 3658;

perhaps harp-shaped; Kinneroth or Kinnereth, a place in Palestine:

--Chinnereth, Chinneroth, Cinneroth.

3673. kanash (Aramaic) kaw-nash'}; corresponding to 3664; to

assemble: -- gather together.

3674. k@nath {ken-awth'}; from 3655; a colleague (as having the same

title): --companion.

3675. k@nath (Aramaic) {ken-awth'}; corresponding to 3674:


3676. kec {kace}; apparently a contraction for 3678, but probably by

erroneous transcription for 5251: --sworn.

3677. kece> {keh'-seh}; or keceh {keh'-seh}; apparently from 3680;

properly, fulness or the full moon, i.e . its festival: --(time)


3678. kicce> {kis-say'}; or kicceh {kis-say'}; from 3680; properly,

covered, i.e . a throne (as canopied): --seat, stool, throne.

3679. Kacday {kas-dah'-ee}; for 3778: --Chaldean.

3680. kacah {kaw-saw'}; a primitive root; properly, to plump, i.e .

fill up hollows; by implication, to cover (for clothing or secrecy):

--clad self, close, clothe, conceal, cover (self), (flee to) hide,

overwhelm. Compare 3780.

3681. kacuwy {kaw-soo'-ee}; passive participle of 3680; properly,

covered, i.e. (as noun) a covering: --covering.

3682. k@cuwth {kes-ooth'}; from 3680; a cover (garment);

figuratively, a veiling: --covering, raiment, vesture.

3683. kacach {kaw-sakh'}; a primitive root; to cut off: --cut down


3684. k@ciyl {kes-eel'}; from 3688; properly, fat, i.e .

(figuratively) stupid or silly: --fool(-ish).

3685. K@ciyl {kes-eel'}; the same as 3684; any notable

constellation; specifically Orion (as if a burly one):

--constellation, Orion.

3686. K@ciyl {kes-eel'}; the same as 3684; Kesil, a place in

Palestine: --Chesil.

3687. k@ciyluwth {kes-eel-ooth'}; from 3684; silliness: --foolish.

3688. kacal {kaw-sal'}; a primitive root; properly, to be fat, i.e .

(figuratively) silly: --be foolish.

3689. kecel {keh'-sel}; from 3688; properly, fatness, i.e . by

implication (literally) the loin (as the seat of the leaf fat) or

(generally) the viscera; also (figuratively) silliness or (in a good

sense) trust: -- confidence, flank, folly, hope,loin

3690. kiclah {kis-law'}; feminine of 3689; in a good sense, trust;

in a bad one, silliness: --confidence, folly.

3691. Kiclev {kis-lave'}; probably of foreign origin; Kisleu, the

9th Heb. month: --Chisleu.

3692. Kiclown {kis-lone'}; from 3688; hopeful; Kislon, an Israelite:


3693. K@calown {kes-aw-lone'}; from 3688; fertile; Kesalon, a place

in Palestine: --Chesalon.

3694. K@cullowth {kes-ool-loth'}; feminine plural of passive

participle of 3688; fattened; Kesulloth, a place in Palestine:


3695. Kacluchiym {kas-loo'-kheem}; a plural probably of foreign

derivation; Casluchim, a people cognate to the Egyptians:


3696. Kicloth Tabor {kis-loth' taw-bore'}; from the feminine plural

of 3689 and 8396; flanks of Tabor; Kisloth-Tabor, a place in

Palestine: --Chisloth- tabor.

3697. kacam {kaw-sam'}; a primitive root; to shear: --X only,poll.

Compare 3765.

3698. kuccemeth {koos-seh'-meth}; from 3697; spelt (from its

bristliness as if just shorn): --fitches, rie.

3699. kacac {kaw-sas'}; a primitive root; to estimate: --make count.

3700. kacaph {kaw-saf'}; a primitive root; properly, to become pale,

i.e . (by implication) to pine after; also to fear: --[have] desire,

be greedy, long, sore.

3701. keceph {keh'-sef}; from 3700; silver (from its pale color); by

implication, money: --money, price, silver(-ling).

3702. k@caph (Aramaic) {kes-af'}; corresponding to 3701: --money,


3703. Kaciphya> {kaw-sif-yaw'}; perhaps from 3701; silvery;

Casiphja, a place in Bab.: --Casiphia.

3704. keceth {keh'-seth}; from 3680; a cushion or pillow (as

covering a seat or bed): --pillow.

3705. k@<an (Aramaic) {keh-an'}; probably from 3652; now: --now.

3706. k@<eneth (Aramaic) {keh-eh'-neth}; or k@<eth (Aramaic)

{keh-eth'}; feminine of 3705; thus (only in the formula "and so

forth"): --at such a time.

3707. ka<ac {kaw-as'}; a primitive root; to trouble; by implication,

to grieve, rage, be indignant: --be angry, be grieved, take

indignation, provoke (to anger, unto wrath), have sorrow, vex, be


3708. ka<ac {kah'-as}; or (in Job) ka<as {kah'-as}; from 3707;

vexation: --anger, angry, grief, indignation, provocation,

provoking, X sore, sorrow, spite, wrath.

3709. kaph {kaf}; from 3721; the hollow hand or palm (so of the paw

of an animal, of the sole, and even of the bowl of a dish or sling,

the handle of a bolt, the leaves of a palm-tree); figuratively,

power: --branch, + foot, hand([-ful], --dle, [-led]), hollow,

middle, palm, paw, power, sole, spoon.

3710. keph {kafe}; from 3721; a hollow rock: --rock.

3711. kaphah {kaw-faw'}; a primitive root; properly, to bend, i.e .

(figuratively) to tame or subdue: --pacify.

3712. kippah {kip-paw'}; feminine of 3709; a leaf of a palm-tree: --


3713. k@phowr {kef-ore'}; from 3722; properly, a cover, i.e . (by

implication) a tankard (or covered goblet); also white frost (as

covering the ground): --bason, hoar(-y) frost.

3714. kaphiyc {kaw-fece'}; from an unused root meaning to connect; a

girder: --beam.

3715. k@phiyr {kef-eer'}; from 3722; a village (as covered in by

walls); also a young lion (perhaps as covered with a mane):

--(young) lion, village. Compare 3723.

3716. K@phiyrah {kef-ee-raw'}; feminine of 3715; the village (always

with the art.); Kephirah, a place in Palestine: --Chephirah.

3717. kaphal {kaw-fal'}; a primitive root; to fold together;

figuratively, to repeat: --double.

3718. kephel {keh'-fel}; from 3717; a duplicate: --double.

3719. kaphan {kaw-fan'}; a primitive root; to bend: --bend.

3720. kaphan {kaw-fawn'}; from 3719; hunger (as making to stoop with

emptiness and pain): --famine.

3721. kaphaph {kaw-faf'}; a primitive root; to curve: --bow down


3722. kaphar {kaw-far'}; a primitive root; to cover (specifically

with bitumen); figuratively, to expiate or condone, to placate or

cancel: -- appease, make (an atonement, cleanse, disannul, forgive,

be merciful, pacify, pardon, purge (away), put off, (make)


3723. kaphar {kaw-fawr'}; from 3722; a village (as protected by

walls): --village. Compare 3715.

3724. kopher {ko'-fer}; from 3722; properly, a cover, i.e .

(literally) a village (as covered in); (specifically) bitumen (as

used for coating), and the henna plant (as used for dyeing);

figuratively, a redemption-price: -- bribe, camphire, pitch, ransom,

satisfaction, sum of money, village.

3725. kippur {kip-poor'}; from 3722; expiation (only in plural):


3726. K@phar ha-<Ammowniy {kef-ar' haw-am-mo-nee'}; from 3723 and

5984, with the article interposed; village of the Ammonite;

Kefar-ha-Ammoni, a place in Palestine: --Chefar-haamonai.

3727. kapporeth {kap-po'-reth}; from 3722; a lid (used only of the

cover of the sacred Ark): --mercy seat.

3728. kaphash {kaw-fash'}; a primitive root; to tread down;

figuratively, to humiliate: --cover.

3729. k@phath (Aramaic) {kef-ath'}; a root of uncertain

correspondence; to fetter: --bind.

3730. kaphtor {kaf-tore'}; or (Am. 9:1) kaphtowr {kaf-tore'};

probably from an unused root meaning to encircle; a chaplet; but

used only in an architectonic sense, i.e . the capital of a column,

or a wreath-like button or disk on the candelabrum: --knop, (upper)


3731. Kaphtor {kaf-tore'}; or (Am. 9:7) Kaphtowr {kaf-tore'};

apparently the same as 3730; Caphtor (i.e. a wreath-shaped island),

the original seat of the Philistines: --Caphtor.

3732. Kaphtoriy {kaf-to-ree'}; patrial from 3731; a Caphtorite

(collectively) or native of Caphtor: --Caphthorim, Caphtorim(-s).

3733. kar {kar}; from 3769 in the sense of plumpness; a ram (as

full-grown and fat), including a battering-ram (as butting); hence,

a meadow (as for sheep); also a pad or camel's saddle (as puffed

out): --captain, furniture, lamb, (large) pasture, ram. See also

1033, 3746.

3734. kor {kore}; from the same as 3564; properly, a deep round

vessel, i.e. (specifically) a cor or measure for things dry: --cor,

mea sure. Aramaic the same.

3735. Kara> (Aramaic) {kaw-raw'}; probably corresponding to 3738 in

the sense of piercing (figuratively); to grieve: --be grieved.

3736. karbel {kar-bale'}; from the same as 3525; to gird or clothe:


3737. karb@la< (Aramaic) {kar-bel-aw'}; from a verb corresponding to

that of 3736; a mantle: --hat.

3738. karah {kaw-raw'}; a primitive root; properly, to dig;

figuratively, to plot; generally, to bore or open: --dig, X make (a

banquet), open.

3739. karah {kaw-raw'}; usually assigned as a primitive root, but

probably only a special application of 3738 (through the common idea

of planning implied in a bargain); to purchase: --buy, prepare.

3740. kerah {kay-raw'}; from 3739; a purchase: --provision.

3741. karah {kaw-raw'}; feminine of 3733; a meadow: --cottage.

3742. k@ruwb {ker-oob'}; of uncertain derivation; a cherub or

imaginary figure: --cherub, [plural] cherubims.

3743. K@ruwb {ker-oob'}; the same as 3742; Kerub, a place in Bab.:


3744. karowz (Aramaic) {kaw-roze'}; from 3745; a herald: --herald.

3745. k@raz (Aramaic) {ker-az'}; probably of Greek origin; to

proclaim: -- make a proclamation.

3746. kariy {kaw-ree'}; perhaps an abridged plural of 3733 in the

sense of leader (of the flock); a life-guardsman: --captains,

Cherethites [from the margin].

3747. K@riyth {ker-eeth'}; from 3772; a cut; Kerith, a brook of

Palestine: --Cherith.

3748. k@riythuwth {ker-ee-thooth'}; from 3772; a cutting (of the

matrimonial bond), i.e . divorce: --divorce(-ment).

3749. karkob {kar-kobe'}; expanded from the same as 3522; a rim or

top margin: --compass.

3750. karkom {kar-kome'}; probably of foreign origin; the crocus: --


3751. Kark@miysh {kar-kem-eesh'}; of foreign derivation; Karkemish,

a place in Syria: --Carchemish.

3752. Karkac {kar-kas'}; of Persian origin; Karkas, a eunuch of

Xerxes: --Carcas.

3753. karkarah {kar-kaw-raw'}; from 3769; a dromedary (from its

rapid motion as if dancing): --swift beast.

3754. kerem {keh'-rem}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning; a

garden or vineyard: --vines, (increase of the) vineyard(-s),

vintage. See also 1021.

3755. korem {ko-rame'}; active participle of an imaginary

denominative from 3754; a vinedresser: --vine dresser [as one or two


3756. Karmiy {kar-mee'}; from 3754; gardener; Karmi, the name of

three Israelites: --Carmi.

3757. Karmiy {kar-mee'}; patronymically from 3756; a Karmite or

descendant of Karmi: --Carmites.

3758. karmiyl {kar-mele'}; probably of foreign origin; carmine, a

deep red: --crimson.

3759. karmel {kar-mel'}; from 3754; a planted field (garden,

orchard, vineyard or park); by implication, garden produce: --full

(green) ears (of corn), fruitful field (place), plentiful (field).

3760. Karmel {kar-mel'}; the same as 3759; Karmel, the name of a

hill and of a town in Palestine: --Carmel, fruitful (plentiful)

field, (place).

3761. Karm@liy {kar-mel-ee'}; patron from 3760; a Karmelite or

inhabitant of Karmel (the town): --Carmelite.

3762. Karm@liyth {kar-mel-eeth'}; feminine of 3761; a Karmelitess or

female inhabitant of Karmel: --Carmelitess.

3763. K@ran {ker-awn'}; of uncertain derivation; Keran, an

aboriginal Idumaean: --Cheran.

3764. korce> (Aramaic) {kor-say'}; corresponding to 3678; a throne:

-- throne.

3765. kircem {kir-same'}; from 3697; to lay waste: --waste.

3766. kara< {kaw-rah'}; a primitive root; to bend the knee; by

implication, to sink, to prostrate: --bow (down, self), bring down

(low), cast down, couch, fall, feeble, kneeling, sink, smite (stoop)

down, subdue, X very.

3767. kara< {kaw-raw'}; from 3766; the leg (from the knee to the

ankle) of men or locusts (only in the dual): --leg.

3768. karpac {kar-pas'}; of foreign origin; byssus or fine vegetable

wool: --green.

3769. karar {kaw-rar'}; a primitive root; to dance (i.e. whirl):


3770. k@res {ker-ace'}; by variation from 7164; the paunch or belly

(as swelling out): --belly.

3771. Karsh@na> {kar-shen-aw'}; of foreign origin; Karshena, a

courtier of Xerxes: --Carshena.

3772. karath {kaw-rath'}; a primitive root; to cut (off, down or

asunder); by implication, to destroy or consume; specifically, to

covenant (i.e. make an alliance or bargain, originally by cutting

flesh and passing between the pieces): --be chewed, be

con-[feder-]ate, covenant, cut (down, off), destroy, fail, feller,

be freed, hew (down), make a league ([covenant]), X lose, perish, X

utterly, X want.

3773. karuthah {kaw-rooth-aw'}; passive participle feminine of 3772;

something cut, i.e . a hewn timber: --beam.

3774. K@rethiy {ker-ay-thee'}; probably from 3772 in the sense of

executioner; a Kerethite or life-guardsman [compare 2876] (only

collectively in the singular as plural): --Cherethims, Cherethites.

3775. keseb {keh'-seb}; apparently by transposition for 3532; a

young sheep: --lamb.

3776. kisbah {kis-baw'}; feminine of 3775; a young ewe: --lamb.

3777. Kesed {keh'-sed}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

Kesed, a relative of Abraham: --Onesed.

3778. Kasdiy {kas-dee'}; (occasionally with enclitic) Kasdiymah

{kas-dee'- maw}; towards the Kasdites: --into Chaldea),

patronymically from 3777 (only in the plural); a Kasdite, or

descendant of Kesed; by implication, a Chaldaean (as if so

descended); also an astrologer (as if proverbial of that people:

--Chaldeans, Chaldees, inhabitants of Chaldea.

3779. Kasday (Aramaic) {kas-dah'-ee}; corresponding to 3778; a

Chaldaean or inhabitant of Chaldaea; by implication, a Magian or

professional astrologer: --Chaldean.

3780. kasah {kaw-saw'}; a primitive root; to grow fat(i.e. be

covered with flesh): --be covered. Compare 3680.

3781. kashshiyl {kash-sheel'}; from 3782; properly, a feller, i.e .

an axe: --ax.

3782. kashal {kaw-shal'}; a primitive root; to totter or waver

(through weakness of the legs, especially the ankle); by

implication, to falter, stumble, faint or fall: --bereave [from the

margin], cast down, be decayed, (cause to) fail, (cause, make to)

fall (down, --ing), feeble, be (the) ruin(-ed, of), (be) overthrown,

(cause to) stumble, X utterly, be weak.

3783. kishshalown {kish-shaw-lone'}; from 3782; properly, a

tottering, i.e . ruin: --fall.

3784. kashaph {kaw-shaf'}; a primitive root; properly, to whisper a

spell, i.e. to inchant or practise magic: --sorcerer, (use)


3785. kesheph {keh'-shef}; from 3784; magic: --sorcery, witchcraft.

3786. kashshaph {kash-shawf'}; from 3784; a magician: --sorcerer.

3787. kasher {kaw-share'}; a primitive root properly, to be straight

or right; by implication, to be acceptable; also to succeed or

prosper: -- direct, be right, prosper.

3788. kishrown {kish-rone'}; from 3787; success, advantage:

--equity, good, right.

3789. kathab {kaw-thab'}; a primitive root; to grave, by

implication, to write (describe, inscribe, prescribe, subscribe):

--describe, record, prescribe, subscribe, write(-ing, --ten).

3790. k@thab (Aramaic) {keth-ab'}; corresponding to 3789:


3791. kathab {kaw-thawb'}; from 3789; something written, i.e . a

writing, record or book: --register, scripture, writing.

3792. k@thab (Aramaic) {keth-awb'}; corresponding to 3791:

--prescribing, writing(-ten).

3793. k@thobeth {keth-o'-beth}; from 3789; a letter or other mark

branded on the skin: --X any [mark].

3794. Kittiy {kit-tee'} or Kittiyiy {kit-tee-ee'}; patrial from an

unused name denoting Cyprus (only in the plural); a Kittite or

Cypriote; hence, an islander in general, i.e . the Greeks or Romans

on the shores opposite Palestine: --Chittim, Kittim.

3795. kathiyth {kaw-theeth'}; from 3807; beaten, i.e . pure (oil):


3796. kothel {ko'-thel}; from an unused root meaning to compact; a

wall (as gathering inmates): --wall.

3797. k@thal (Aramaic) {keth-al'}; corresponding to 3796: --wall.

3798. Kithliysh {kith-leesh'}; from 3796 and 376; wall of a man;

Kithlish, a place in Palestine: --Kithlish.

3799. katham {kaw-tham'}; a primitive root; properly, to carve or

engrave, i.e. (by implication) to inscribe indelibly: --mark.

3800. kethem {keh'-them}; from 3799; properly, something carved out,

i.e . ore; hence, gold (pure as originally mined): --([most] fine,

pure) gold(-en wedge).

3801. k@thoneth {keth-o'-neth}; or kuttoneth {koot-to'-neth}; from

an unused root meaning to cover [compare 3802]; a shirt: --coat,

garment, robe.

3802. katheph {kaw-thafe'}; from an unused root meaning to clothe;

the shoulder (proper, i.e . upper end of the arm; as being the spot

where the garments hang); figuratively, side-piece or lateral

projection of anything: --arm, corner, shoulder(-piece), side,


3803. kathar {kaw-thar'}; a primitive root; to enclose; hence (in a

friendly sense) to crown, (in a hostile one) to besiege; also to

wait (as restraining oneself): --beset round, compass about, be

crowned inclose round, suffer.

3804. kether {keh'-ther}; from 3803; properly, a circlet, i.e . a

diadem: --crown.

3805. kothereth {ko-theh'-reth}; feminine active participle of 3803;

the capital of a column: --chapiter.

3806. kathash {kaw-thash'}; a primitive root; to butt or pound:


3807. kathath {kaw-thath'}; a primitive root; to bruise or violently

strike: --beat (down, to pieces), break in pieces, crushed, destroy,

discomfit, smite, stamp.

3808. lo> {lo}; or low> {lo}; or loh ( Deut. 3:11) {lo}; a primitive

particle; not (the simple or abs. negation); by implication, no;

often used with other particles (as follows): --X before, + or else,

ere, + except, ig[-norant], much, less, nay, neither, never,

no([-ne], --r, [-thing]), (X as though...,[can-], for) not (out of),

of nought, otherwise, out of, + surely, + as truly as, + of a truth,

+ verily, for want, + whether, without.

3809. la> (Aramaic) {law}; or lah (Aramaic) (Dan. 4:32) {law};

corresponding to 3808: --or even, neither, no(-ne, --r),

([can-])not, as nothing, without.

3810. Lo> D@bar {lo deb-ar'}; or Low D@bar (2 Samuel 9:4,5) {lo

deb-ar'}; or Lidbir (Joshua 13:26) {lid-beer'}; [probably rather

Lod@bar {lo-deb-ar'}]; from 3808 and 1699; pastureless; Lo-Debar, a

place in Palestine: --Debir, Lo-debar.

3811. la>ah {law-aw'}; a primitive root; to tire; (figuratively) to

be (or make) disgusted: --faint, grieve, lothe, (be, make) weary


3812. Le>ah {lay-aw'}; from 3811; weary; Leah, a wife of Jacob:


3813. la>at {law-at'}; a primitive root; to muffle: --cover.

3814. la>t {lawt}; from 3813 (or perhaps for active participle of

3874); properly, muffled, i.e . silently: --softly.

3815. La>el {law-ale'}; from the prepositional prefix and 410;

(belonging) to God; Lael an Israelite: --Lael.

3816. l@om {leh-ome'} or l@>owm {leh-ome'}; from an unused root

meaning to gather; a community: --nation, people.

3817. L@>ummiym {leh-oom-meem'}; plural of 3816; communities; Leum

mim, an Arabian: --Leummim.

3818. Lo> <Ammiy {lo am-mee'}; from 3808 and 5971 with pronominal

suffix; not my people; Lo-Ammi, the symbolic name of a son of Hosea:


3819. Lo> Ruchamah {lo roo-khaw-maw'}; from 3808 and 7355; not

pitied; Lo- Ruchamah, the symbol. name of a son of Hosea:


3820. leb {labe}; a form of 3824; the heart; also used

(figuratively) very widely for the feelings, the will and even the

intellect; likewise for the centre of anything: --+ care for,

comfortably, consent, X considered, courag[-eous], friend[-ly],

([broken-], [hard-], [merry-], [stiff-], [stout-], double)

heart([-ed]), X heed, X I, kindly, midst, mind(-ed), X

regard([-ed)], X themselves, X unawares, understanding, X well,

willingly, wisdom.

3821. leb (Aramaic) {labe}; corresponding to 3820: --heart.

3822. L@ba>owth {leb-aw-oth'}; plural of 3833; lionesses; Lebaoth, a

place in Palestine: --Lebaoth. See also 1034.

3823. labab {law-bab'}; a primitive root; properly, to be enclosed

(as if with fat); by implication (as denominative from 3824) to

unheart, i.e . (in a good sense) transport (with love), or (in a bad

sense) stultify; also (as denominative from 3834) to make cakes:

--make cakes, ravish, be wise.

3824. lebab {lay-bawb'}; from 3823; the heart (as the most interior

organ); used also like 3820: --+ bethink themselves, breast,

comfortably, courage, ([faint], [tender-]heart([-ed]), midst, mind,

X unawares, understanding.

3825. l@bab (Aramaic) {leb-ab'}; corresponding to 3824: --heart.

3826. libbah {lib-baw'}; feminine of 3820; the heart: --heart.

3827. labbah {lab-baw'}; for 3852; flame: --flame.

3828. l@bownah {leb-o-naw'}; or l@bonah {leb-o-naw'}; from 3836;

frankincense (from its whiteness or perhaps that of its smoke):


3829. L@bownah {leb-o-naw'}; the same as 3828; Lebonah, a place in

Palestine: --Lebonah.

3830. l@buwsh {leb-oosh'}; or l@bush {leb-oosh'}; from 3847; a

garment (literally or figuratively); by implication (euphem.) a

wife: --apparel, clothed with, clothing, garment, raiment, vestment,


3831. l@buwsh (Aramaic) {leb-oosh'}; corresponding to 3830:


3832. labat {law-bat'}; a primitive root; to overthrow;

intransposed, to fall: --fall.

3833. labiy> {law-bee'}; or (Ezek. 19:2) l@biya> {leb-ee-yaw'};

irreg. masculine plural l@ba>iym {leb-aw-eem'}; irreg. feminine

plural l@ba>owth {leb-aw-oth'}; from an unused root men. to roar; a

lion (properly, a lioness as the fiercer [although not a roarer;

compare 738]): --(great, old, stout) lion, lioness, young [lion].

3834. labiybah {law-bee-baw'}; or rather l@bibah {leb-ee-baw'}; from

3823 in its original sense of fatness (or perhaps of folding); a

cake (either as fried or turned): --cake.

3835. laban {law-ban'}; a primitive root; to be (or become) white;

also (as denominative from 3843) to make bricks: --make brick, be

(made, make) white(-r).

3836. laban {law-bawn'}; or (Gen. 49:12) laben {law-bane'}; from

3835; white: --white.

3837. Laban {law-bawn'}; the same as 3836; Laban, a Mesopotamian;

also a place in the Desert: --Laban.

3838. L@bana> {leb-aw-naw'}; or L@banah {leb-aw-naw'}; the same as

3842; Lebana or Lebanah, one of the Nethinim: --Lebana, Lebanah.

3839. libneh {lib-neh'}; from 3835; some sort of whitish tree,

perhaps the storax: --poplar.

3840. libnah {lib-naw'}; from 3835; properly, whiteness, i.e . (by

implication) transparency: --paved.

3841. Libnah {lib-naw'}; the same as 3839; Libnah, a place in the

Desert and one in Palestine: --Libnah.

3842. l@banah {leb-aw-naw'}; from 3835; properly, (the) white, i.e .

the moon: --moon. See also 3838.

3843. l@benah {leb-ay-naw'}; from 3835; a brick (from the whiteness

of the clay): --(altar of) brick, tile.

3844. L@banown {leb-aw-nohn'}; from 3825; (the) white mountain (from

its snow); Lebanon, a mountain range in Palestine: --Lebanon.

3845. Libniy {lib-nee'}; from 3835; white; Libni, an Israelite:


3846. Libniy {lib-nee'}; patronymically from 3845; a Libnite or

descendants of Libni (collectively): --Libnites.

3847. labash {law-bash'}; or labesh {law-bashe'}; a primitive root;

properly, wrap around, i.e . (by implication) to put on a garment or

clothe (oneself, or another), literally or figuratively: --(in)

apparel, arm, array (self), clothe (self), come upon, put (on,

upon), wear.

3848. l@bash (Aramaic) {leb-ash'}; corresponding to 3847: --clothe.

3849. log {lohg}; from an unused root apparently meaning to deepen

or hollow [like 3537]; a log or measure for liquids: --log [of oil].

3850. Lod {lode}; from an unused root of uncertain signification;

Lod, a place in Palestine: --Lod.

3851. lahab {lah'-hab}; from an usused root meaning to gleam; a

flash; figuratively, a sharply polished blade or point of a weapon:

--blade, bright, flame, glittering.

3852. lehabah {leh-aw-baw'}; or lahebeth {lah-eh'-beth}; feminine of

3851, and meaning the same: --flame(-ming), head [of a spear].

3853. L@habiym {leh-haw-beem'}; plural of 3851; flames; Lehabim, a

son of Mizrain, and his descendants: --Lehabim.

3854. lahag {lah'-hag}; from an unused root meaning to be eager;

intense mental application: --study.

3855. Lahad {lah'-had}; from an unused root meaning to glow [compare

3851] or else to be earnest [compare 3854]; Lahad, an Israelite:


3856. lahahh {law-hah'}; a primitive root meaning properly, to burn,

i.e . (by implication) to be rabid (figuratively, insane); also

(from the exhaustion of frenzy) to languish: --faint, mad.

3857. lahat {law-hat'}; a primitive root; properly, to lick, i.e .

(by implication) to blaze: --burn (up), set on fire, flaming,


3858. lahat {lah'-hat}; from 3857; a blaze; also (from the idea of

enwrapping) magic (as covert): --flaming, enchantment.

3859. laham {law-ham'}; a primitive root; properly, to burn in, i.e.

(figuratively) to rankle: --wound.

3860. lahen {law-hane'}; from the prepositional prefix meaning to or

for and 2005; popularly for if; hence, therefore: --for them [by

mistake for prepositional suffix].

3861. lawhen (Aramaic) {law-hane'}; corresponding to 3860;

therefore; also except: --but, except, save, therefore, wherefore.

3862. lahaqah {lah-hak-aw'}; probably from an unused root meaning to

gather; an assembly: --company.

3863. luw> {loo}; or lu> {loo}; or luw {loo}; a conditional

particle; if; by implication (interj. as a wish) would that!: --if

(haply), peradventure, I pray thee, though, I would, would God


3864. Luwbiy {loo-bee'}; or Lubbiy (Dan. 11:43) {loob-bee'};

partrial from a name probably derived from an unused root meaning to

thirst, i.e . a dry region; apparently a Libyan or inhabitant of

interior Africa (only in plural): --Lubim(-s), Libyans.

3865. Luwd {lood}; probably of foreign derivation; Lud, the name of

two nations: --Lud, Lydia.

3866. Luwdiy {loo-dee'}; or Luwdiyiy {loo-dee-ee'}; patrial from

3865; a Ludite or inhabitants of Lud (only in plural): --Ludim.


3867. lavah {law-vaw'}; a primitive root; properly, to twine, i.e .

(by implication) to unite, to remain; also to borrow (as a form of

obligation) or (caus.) to lend: --abide with, borrow(-er), cleave,

join (self), lend(-er).

3868. luwz {looz}; a primitive root; to turn aside [compare 3867,

3874 and 3885], i.e . (literally) to depart, (figuratively) be

perverse: --depart, froward, perverse(-ness).

3869. luwz {looz}; probably of foreign origin; some kind of

nut-tree, perhaps the almond: --hazel.

3870. Luwz {looz}; probably from 3869 (as growing there); Luz, the

name of two places in Palestine: --Luz.

3871. luwach {loo'-akh}; or luach {loo'-akh}; from a primitive root;

probably meaning to glisten; a tablet (as polished), of stone, wood

or metal: --board, plate, table.

3872. Luwchiyth {loo-kheeth'}; or Luchowth (Jer. 48:5) {loo-khoth'};

from the same as 3871; floored; Luchith, a place East of the Jordan:


3873. Lowchesh {lo-khashe'}; active participle of 3907; (the)

enchanter; Lochesh, an Israelite: --Hallohesh, Haloshesh [includ.

the article].

3874. luwt {loot}; a primitive root; to wrap up: --cast, wrap.

3875. lowt {lote}; from 3874; a veil: --covering.

3876. Lowt {lote}; the same as 3875; Lot, Abraham's nephew: --Lot.

3877. Lowtan {lo-tawn'}; from 3875; covering; Lotan, an Idumaean:


3878. Leviy {lay-vee'}; from 3867; attached; Levi, a son of Jacob:

-- Levi. See also 3879, 3881.

3879. Leviy (Aramaic) {lay-vee'}; corresponding to 3880: --Levite.

3880. livyah {liv-yaw'}; from 3867; something attached, i.e . a

wreath: --ornament.

3881. Leviyiy {lay-vee-ee'}; or Leviy {lay-vee'}; patronymically

from 3878; a Levite or descendant of Levi: --Leviite.

3882. livyathan {liv-yaw-thawn'}; from 3867; a wreathed animal, i.e

. a serpent (especially the crocodile or some other large sea-

monster); figuratively, the constellation of the dragon; also as a

symbol of Bab.: --leviathan, mourning.

3883. luwl {lool}; from an unused root meaning to fold back; a

spiral step: --winding stair. Compare 3924.

3884. luwle> {loo-lay'}; or luwley {loo lay'}; from 3863 and 3808;

if not: --except, had not, if (...not), unless, were it not that.

3885. luwn {loon}; or liyn {leen}; a primitive root; to stop

(usually over night); by implication, to stay permanently; hence (in

a bad sense) to be obstinate (especially in words, to complain):

--abide (all night), continue, dwell, endure, grudge, be left, lie

all night, (cause to) lodge (all night, in, --ing, this night),

(make to) murmur, remain, tarry (all night, that night).

3886. luwa< {loo'-ah}; a primitive root; to gulp; figuratively, to

be rash: --swallow down (up).

3887. luwts {loots}; a primitive root; properly, to make mouths at,

i.e . to scoff; hence (from the effort to pronounce a foreign

language) to interpret, or (generally) intercede: --ambassador, have

in derision, interpreter, make a mock, mocker, scorn(-er, --ful),


3888. luwsh {loosh}; a primitive root; to knead: --knead.

3889. Luwsh {loosh}; from 3888; kneading; Lush, a place in

Palestine: --Laish [from the margin]. Compare 3919.

3890. l@vath (Aramaic) {lev-awth'}; from a root corresponding to

3867; properly, adhesion, i.e . (as preposition) with: --X thee.

3891. l@zuwth {lez-ooth'}; from 3868; perverseness: --perverse.

3892. lach {lakh}; from an unused root meaning to be new; fresh, i.e

. unused or undried: --green, moist.

3893. leach {lay'-akh}; from the same as 3892; freshness, i.e .

vigor: --natural force.

3894. lachuwm {law-khoom'}; or lachum {law-khoom'}; passive

participle of 3898; properly, eaten, i.e . food; also flesh, i.e .

body: --while...is eating, flesh.

3895. l@chiy {lekh-ee'}; from an unused root meaning to be soft; the

cheek (from its fleshiness); hence, the jaw-bone: --cheek (bone),

jaw (bone).

3896. Lechiy {lekh'-ee}; a form of 3895; Lechi, a place in

Palestine: --Lehi. Compare also 7437.

3897. lachak {law-khak'}; a primitive root; to lick: --lick (up).

3898. lacham {law-kham'}; a primitive root; to feed on;

figuratively, to consume; by implication, to battle (as

destruction): --devour, eat, X ever, fight(-ing), overcome, prevail,

(make) war(-ring).

3899. lechem {lekh'-em}; from 3898; food (for man or beast),

especially bread, or grain (for making it): --([shew-])bread, X eat,

food, fruit, loaf, meat, victuals. See also 1036.

3900. l@chem (Aramaic) {lekh-em'}; corresponding to 3899: --feast.

3901. lachem {law-khem'}; from 3898, battle: --war.

3902. Lachmiy {lakh-mee'}; from 3899; foodful; Lachmi, an Israelite;

or rather probably a brief form (or perhaps erroneous transcription)

for 1022: -- Lahmi. See also 3433.

3903. Lachmac {lakh-maws'}; probably by erroneous transcription for

Lachmam {lakh-mawm'}; from 3899; food-like; Lachmam or Lachmas, a

place in Palestine: --Lahmam.

3904. l@chenah (Aramaic) {lekh-ay-naw'}; from an unused root of

uncertain meaning; a concubine: --concubine.

3905. lachats {law-khats'}; a primitive root; properly, to press,

i.e. (figuratively) to distress: --afflict, crush, force, hold fast,

oppress(-or), thrust self.

3906. lachats {lakh'-ats}; from 3905; distress: --affliction,


3907. lachash {law-khash'}; a primitive root; to whisper; by

implication, to mumble a spell (as a magician): --charmer, whisper


3908. lachash {lakh'-ash}; from 3907; properly, a whisper, i.e . by

implication, (in a good sense) a private prayer, (in a bad one) an

incantation; concretely, an amulet: --charmed, earring, enchantment,

orator, prayer.

3909. lat {lawt}; a form of 3814 or else participle from 3874;

properly, covered, i.e . secret; by implication, incantation; also

secrecy or (adverb) covertly: --enchantment, privily, secretly,


3910. lot {lote}; probably from 3874; a gum (from its sticky

nature), probably ladanum: --myrrh.

3911. l@ta>ah {let-aw-aw'}; from an unused root meaning to hide; a

kind of lizard (from its covert habits): --lizard.

3912. L@tuwshim {let-oo-sheem'}; masculine plural of passive

participle of 3913; hammered (i.e. oppressed) ones; Letushim, an

Arabian tribe: -- Letushim.

3913. latash {law-tash'}; a primitive root; properly, to hammer out

(an edge), i.e . to sharpen: --instructer, sharp(-en), whet.

3914. loyah {lo-yaw'}; a form of 3880; a wreath: --addition.

3915. layil {lah'-yil}; or (Isa. 21:11) leyl {lale}; also lay@lah

{lah'- yel-aw}; from the same as 3883; properly, a twist (away of

the light), i.e . night; figuratively, adversity: --([mid-])night


3916. leyl@ya> (Aramaic) {lay-leh-yaw'}; corresponding to 3815:


3917. liyliyth {lee-leeth'}; from 3915; a night spectre: --screech


3918. layish {lah'-yish}; from 3888 in the sense of crushing; a lion

(from his destructive blows): --(old)lion.

3919. Layish {lah'-yish}; the same as 3918; Laish, the name of two

places in Palestine: --Laish. Compare 3889.

3920. lakad {law-kad'}; a primitive root; to catch (in a net, trap

or pit); generally, to capture or occupy; also to choose (by lot);

figuratively, to cohere: --X at all, catch (self), be frozen, be

holden, stick together,take

3921. leked {leh'ked}; from 3920; something to capture with, i.e . a

noose: --being taken.

3922. lekah {lay-kaw'}; from 32l2; a journey; Lekah, a place in

Palestine: --Lecah.

3923. Lachiysh {law-keesh'}; from an unused root of uncertain

meaning; Lakish, a place in Palestine: --Lachish.

3924. lula>ah {loo-law-aw'}; from the same as 3883; a loop: --loop.

3925. lamad {law-mad'}; a primitive root; properly, to goad, i.e .

(by implication) to teach (the rod being an Oriental

incentive):[un-] accustomed, X diligently, expert, instruct, learn,

skilful, teach(-er, -- ing).

3926. l@mow {lem-o'}; aprol. and separable form of the prepositional

prefix; to or for: --at, for, to, upon.

3927. L@muw>el {lem-oo-ale'}; or L@mow>el {lem-o-ale'}; from 3926

and 410; (belonging) to God; Lemuel or Lemoel, a symbolic name of

Solomon: --Lemuel.

3928. limmuwd {lim-mood'}; or limmud {lim-mood'}; from 3925;

instructed: --accustomed, disciple, learned, taught, used.

3929. Lemek {leh'-mek}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

Lemek, the name of two antediluvian patriarchs: --Lamech

3930. loa< {lo'ah}; from 3886; the gullet: --throat.

3931. la<ab {law-ab'}; a primitive root; to deride: --mock.

3932. la<ag {law-ag'}; a primitive root; to deride; by implication

(as if imitating a foreigner) to speak unintelligibly: --have in

derision, laugh (to scorn), mock (on), stammering.

3933. la<ag {lah'-ag}; from 3932; derision, scoffing: --derision,

scorn (-ing).

3934. la<eg {law-ayg'}; from 3932; a buffoon; also a foreigner:

--mocker, stammering.

3935. La<dah {lah-daw'}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

Ladah, an Israelite: --Laadah.

3936. La<dan {lah-dawn'}; from the same as 3935; Ladan, the name of

two Israelites: --Laadan.

3937. la<az {law-az'}; a primitive root; to speak in a foreign

tongue: --strange language.

3938. la<at {law-at'}; a primitive root; to swallow greedily;

causatively, to feed: --feed.

3939. la<anah {lah-an-aw'}; from an unused root supposed to mean to

curse; wormwood (regarded as poisonous, and therefore accursed):

--hemlock, wormwood.

3940. lappiyd {lap-peed'}; or lappid {lap-peed'}; from an unused

root probably meaning to shine; a flambeau, lamp or flame:

--(fire-)brand, (burning) lamp, lightning, torch.

3941. Lappiydowth {lap-pee-doth'}; feminine plural of 3940;

Lappidoth, the husband of Deborah: --Lappidoth.

3942. liphnay {lif-nah'ee}; from the prepositional prefix (to or

for) and 6440; anterior: --before.

3943. laphath {law-fath'}; a primitive root; properly, to bend, i.e

. (by implication) to clasp; also (reflexively) to turn around or

aside: --take hold, turn aside (self).

3944. latsown {law-tsone'}; from 3887; derision: --scornful(-ning).

3945. latsats {law-tsats'}; a primitive root; to deride: --scorn.

3946. Laqquwm {lak-koom'}; from an unused root thought to mean to

stop up by a barricade; perhaps fortification; Lakkum, a place in

Palestine: --Lakum.

3947. laqach {law-kakh'}; a primitive root; to take (in the widest

variety of applications): --accept, bring, buy, carry away, drawn,

fetch, get, infold, X many, mingle, place, receive(-ing), reserve,

seize, send for, take (away, --ing, up), use, win.

3948. leqach {leh'-kakh}; from 3947; properly, something received,

i.e . (mentally) instruction (whether on the part of the teacher or

hearer); also (in an active and sinister sense) inveiglement:

--doctrine, learning, fair speech.

3949. Liqchiy {lik-khee'}; from 3947; learned; Likchi, an Israelite:


3950. laqat {law-kat'}; a primitive root; properly, to pick up, i.e

. (generally) to gather; specifically, to glean: --gather (up),


3951. leqet {leh'-ket}; from 3950; the gleaning: --gleaning.

3952. laqaq {law-kak'}; a primitive root; to lick or lap: --lap,


3953. laqash {law-kash'}; a primitive root; to gather the after

crop: --gather

3954. leqesh {leh'-kesh}; from 3953; the after crop: --latter


3955. l@shad {lesh-ad'}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

apparently juice, i.e . (figuratively) vigor; also a sweet or fat

cake: --fresh, moisture.

3956. lashown {law-shone'}; or lashon {law-shone'}; also (in plural)

feminine l@shonah {lesh-o-naw'}; from 3960; the tongue (of man or

animals), used literally (as the instrument of licking, eating, or

speech), and figuratively (speech, an ingot, a fork of flame, a cove

of water): --+ babbler,bay, + evil speaker, language, talker,

tongue, wedge.

3957. lishkah {lish-kaw'}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

a room in a building (whether for storage, eating, or lodging):

--chamber, parlour. Compare 5393.

3958. leshem {leh'-shem}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

a gem, perhaps the jacinth: --ligure.

3959. Leshem {leh'-shem}; the same as 3958; Leshem, a place in

Palestine: --Leshem.

3960. lashan {law-shan'}; a primitive root; properly, to lick; but

used only as a denominative from 3956; to wag the tongue, i.e . to

calumniate: --accuse, slander

3961. lishshan (Aramaic) {lish-shawn'}; corresponding to 3956;

speech, i.e . a nation: --language.

3962. Lesha< {leh'-shah}; from an unused root thought to mean to

break through; a boiling spring; Lesha, a place probably East of the

Jordan: --Lasha

3963. lethek {leh'-thek}; from an unused root of uncertain meaning;

a measure for things dry: --half homer.

3964. ma> (Aramaic) {maw}; corresponding to 4100; (as indef.) that:

--+ what

3965. ma<abuwc {mah-ab-ooce'}; from 75; a granary: --storehouse.

3966. m@<od {meh-ode'}; from the same as 181; properly, vehemence,

i.e . (with or without preposition) vehemently; by implication,

wholly, speedily, etc. (often with other words as an intensive or

superlative; especially when repeated): --diligently, especially,

exceeding(-ly), far, fast, good, great(-ly), X louder and louder,

might(-ily, --y), (so) much, quickly, (so) sore, utterly, very (+

much, sore), well.

3967. me>ah {may-aw'}; or me>yah {may-yaw'}; properly, a primitive

numeral; a hundred; also as a multiplicative and a fraction:

--hundred([-fold], --th), + sixscore.

3968. Me>ah {may-aw'}; the same as 3967; Meah, a tower in Jerusalem:


3969. ma>ah (Aramaic) {meh-aw'}; corresponding to 3967: --hundred.

3970. ma>avay {mah-av-ah'ee}; from 183; a desire: --desire.

3971. m>uwm {moom}; usually muwm {moom}; as if passive participle

from an unused root probably meaning to stain; a blemish (physically

or morally): --blemish, blot, spot.

3972. m@uwmah {meh-oo'-maw}; apparently a form of 3971; properly, a

speck or point, i.e . (by implication) something; with negative,

nothing: --fault, + no(-ught), ought, somewhat, any ([no-])thing.

3973. ma>owc {maw-oce'}; from 3988; refuse: --refuse.

3974. ma>owr {maw-ore'}; or ma>or {maw-ore'}; also (in plural)

feminine m@>owrah {meh-o-raw'}; or m@orah {meh-o-raw'}; from 2l5;

properly, a luminous body or luminary, i.e . (abstractly) light (as

an element): figuratively, brightness, i.e.cheerfulness;

specifically, a chandelier: --bright, light

3975. m@uwrah {meh-oo-raw'}; feminine passive participle of 215;

something lighted, i.e . an aperture; by implication, a crevice or

hole (of a serpent): --den.

3976. mo>zen {mo-zane'}; from 239; (only in the dual) a pair of

scales: --balances.

3977. mo>zen (Aramaic) {mo-zane'}; corresponding to 3976:


3978. ma>akal {mah-ak-awl'}; from 398; an eatable (includ.

provender, flesh and fruit): --food, fruit, ([bake-]) meat(-s),


3979. ma>akeleth {mah-ak-eh'-leth}; from 398; something to eat

with,- i.e . a knife: --knife.

3980. ma>akoleth {mah-ak-o'-leth}; from 398; something eaten (by

fire), i.e. fuel: --fuel.

3981. ma>amats {mah-am-awts'}; from 553; strength, i.e . (plural)

resources: --force.

3982. ma>amar {mah-am-ar'}; from 559; something (authoritatively)

said, i.e. an edict: --commandment, decree.

3983. me>mar (Aramaic) {may-mar'}; corresponding to 3982:


3984. ma>n (Aramaic) {mawn}; probably from a root corresponding to

579 in the sense of an inclosure by sides; a utensil: --vessel.

3985. ma>en {maw-ane'}; a primitive root; to refuse: --refuse, X


3986. ma>en {maw-ane'}; from 3985; unwilling: --refuse.

3987. me>en {may-ane'}; from 3985; refractory: --refuse.

3988. ma>ac {maw-as'}; a primitive root; to spurn; also

(intransitively) to disappear: --abhor, cast away (off), contemn,

despise, disdain, (become) loathe(some), melt away, refuse, reject,

reprobate, X utterly, vile person

3989. ma>apheh {mah-af-eh'}; from 644; something baked, i.e . a

batch: --baken.

3990. ma>aphel {mah-af-ale'}; from the same as 651; something

opaque: --darkness.

3991. ma>phel@yah {mah-af-ay-leh-yaw'};prol. feminine of 3990;

opaqueness: --darkness.

3992. ma>ar {maw-ar'}; a primitive root; to be bitter or

(causatively) to embitter, i.e. be painful: --fretting, picking.

3993. ma>arab {mah-ar-awb'}; from 693; an ambuscade: --lie in

ambush, ambushment, lurking place, lying in wait.

3994. m@erah {meh-ay-raw'}; from 779; an execration: --curse.

3995. mibdalah {mib-daw-law'}; from 914; a separation, i.e .

(concretely) a separate place: --separate.

3996. mabow> {maw-bo'}; from 935; an entrance (the place or the

act); specifically (with or without 8121) sunset or the west; also

(adverb with preposition) towards: --by which came, as cometh, in

coming, as men enter into, entering, entrance into, entry, where

goeth, going down, + westward. Compare 4126.

3997. m@bowah {meb-o-aw'}; feminine of 3996; a haven: --entry.

3998. m@buwkah {meb-oo-kaw'}; from 943; perplexity: --perplexity.

3999. mabbuwl {mab-bool'}; from 2986 in the sense of flowing; a

deluge: --flood.

4000. mabown {maw-bone'}; from 995; instructing: --taught.