`8001. sh@lam (Aramaic) {shel-awm'}; corresponding to 7965;

prosperity: --peace.[ql

8002. shelem {sheh'-lem}; from 7999;

properly, requital, i.e. a (voluntary) sacrifice in thanks: --peace


8003. shalem {shaw-lame'}; from 7999; complete

(literally or figuratively); especially friendly: --full, just, made

ready, peaceable, perfect(-ed), quiet, Shalem [by mistake for a

name], whole.[ql

8004. Shalem {shaw-lame'}; the same as 8003;

peaceful; Shalem, an early name of Jerusalem: --Salem.[ql


shillem {shil-lame'}; from 7999; requital: --recompense.[ql


Shillem {shil-lame'}; the same as 8005; Shillem, an Israelite:


8007. Salma> {sal-maw'}; probably for 8008; clothing;

Salma, the name of two Israelites: --Salma.[ql

8008. salmah

{sal-maw'}; transp. for 8071; a dress: --clothes, garment,


8009. Salmah {sal-maw'}; the same as 8008; clothing;

Salmah, an Israelite: --Salmon. Compare 8012.[ql

8010. Sh@lomoh

(shel-o-mo'}; from 7965; peaceful; Shelomah, David's successor:


8011. shillumah {shil-loo-maw'}; feminine of 7966;

retribution: --recompense.[ql

8012. Salmown {sal-mone'}; from 8008;

investiture; Salmon, an Israelite: --Salmon. Compare 8009.[ql


Sh@lomowth {shel-o-moth'}; feminine plural of 7965; pacifications;

Shelomoth, the name of two Israelites: --Shelomith [from the

margin], Shelomoth. Compare 8019.[ql

8014. Salmay {sal-mah'-ee};

from 8008; clothed; Salmai, an Israelite: --Shalmai.[ql


Sh@lomiy {shel-o-mee'}; from 7965; peaceable; Shelomi, an


8016. Shillemiy {shil-lay-mee'};

patronymically from 8006; a Shilemite (collectively) or descendants

of Shillem: --Shillemites.[ql

8017. Sh@lumiy>el {shel-oo-mee-ale'};

from 7965 and 410; peace of God; Shelumiel, an Israelite:


8018. Shelemyah {shel-em-yaw'}; or Shelemyahuw

{shel-em-yaw'-hoo}; from 8002 and 3050; thank-offering of Jah;

Shelemjah, the name of nine Israelites: --Shelemiah.[ql


Sh@lomiyth {shel-o-meeth'}; or Sh@lowmiyth (Ezra 8:10)

{shel-o-meeth'}; from 7965; peaceableness; Shelomith, the name of

five Israelites and three Israelitesses: --Shelomith.[ql


Shalman {shal-man'}; of foreign derivation; Shalman, a king

apparently of Assyria: --Shalman. Compare 8022.[ql

8021. shalmon

{shal-mone'}; from 7999; a bribe: --reward.[ql

8022. Shalman>ecer

{shal-man-eh'-ser}; of foreign derivation; Shalmaneser, an Assyrian

king: --Shalmaneser. Comp 8020.[ql

8023. Shiloniy {shee-lo-nee'};

the same as 7888; Shiloni, an Israelite: --Shiloni.[ql


Shelaniy {shay-law-nee'}; from 7956; a Shelanite (collectively), or

descendants of Shelah: --Shelanites.[ql

8025. shalaph {saw-laf'}; a

primitive root; to pull out, up or off: --draw (off), grow up, pluck


8026. shelaph {sheh'-lef}; from 8025; extract; Sheleph, a

son of Jokthan: --Sheleph.[ql

8027. shalash {shaw-lash'}; a

primitive root perhaps originally to intensify, i.e. treble; but

apparently used only as denominative from 7969, to be (causatively,

make) triplicate (by restoration, in portions, strands, days or

years): --do the third time, (divide into, stay) three (days, -fold,

parts, years old).[ql

8028. Shelesh {sheh'-lesh}; from 8027;

triplet; Shelesh, an Israelite: --Shelesh.[ql

8029. shillesh

{shil-laysh'}; from 8027; a descendant of the third degree, i.e.

great grandchild: --third [generation].[ql

8030. Shilshah

{shil-shaw'}; feminine from the same as 8028; triplication;

Shilshah, an Israelite: --Shilshah.[ql

8031. Shalishah

{shaw-lee-shaw'}; feminine from 8027; trebled land; Shalishah, a

place in Palestine: --Shalisha.[ql

8032. shilshowm {shil-shome'}; or

shilshom {shil-shome'}; from the same as 8028; trebly, i.e. (in

time) day before yesterday: --+ before (that time, -time), excellent

things [from the margin], + heretofore, three days, + time past.[ql

8033. sham {shawm}; a primitive particle [rather from the relative

pronoun, 834]; there (transferring to time) then; often thither, or

thence: --in it, + thence, there (-in, + of, + out), + thither, +


8034. shem {shame}; a primitive word [perhaps rather from 7760

through the idea of definite and conspicuous position; compare

8064]; an appellation, as a mark or memorial of individuality; by

implication honor, authority, character: --+ base, [in-]fame[-ous],

named(-d), renown, report.[ql

8035. Shem {shame}; the same as 8034; name; Shem, a son of Noah

(often includ. his posterity): --Sem, Shem.[ql

8036. shum (Aramaic) {shoom}; corresponding to 8034: --name.[ql

8037. Shamma> {sham-maw'}; from 8074; desolation; Shamma, an

Israelite: --Shamma.[ql

8038. Shem>eber {shem-ay'-ber}; apparently from 8034 and 83; name of

pinion, i.e. illustrious; Shemeber, a king of Zeboim: --Shemeber.[ql

8039. Shim>ah {shim-aw'}; perhaps for 8093; Shimah, an Israelite:

--Shimah. Compare 8043.[ql

8040. s@mo>wl {sem-ole'}; or s@mo>l {sem-ole'}; a primitive word

[rather perhaps from the same as 8071 (by insertion of the aleph)

through the idea of wrapping up]; properly, dark (as enveloped),

i.e. the north; hence (by orientation), the left hand: --left (hand,


8041. sama>l {saw-mal'}; a primitive root [denominative from 8040];

to use the left hand or pass in that direction): --(go, turn) (on

the, to the) left.[ql

8042. s@ma>liy {sem-aw-lee'}; from 8040; situated on the left side:


8043. Shim>am {shim-awm'}; for 8039 [compare 38]; Shimam, an

Israelite: --Shimeam.[ql

8044. Shamgar {sham-gar'}; of uncertain derivation; Shamgar, an

Israelite judge: --Shamgar.[ql

8045. shamad {shaw-mad'}; a primitive root; to desolate:

--destory(-uction), bring to nought, overthrow, perish, pluck down,

X utterly.[ql

8046. sh@mad (Aramaic) {shem-ad'}; corresponding to 8045:


8047. shammah {sham-maw'}; from 8074; ruin; by implication,

consternation: --astonishment, desolate(-ion), waste, wonderful


8048. Shammah {sham-maw'}; the same as 8047; Shammah, the name of an

Edomite and four Israelites: --Shammah.[ql

8049. Shamhuwth {sham-hooth'}; for 8048; desolation; Shamhuth, an

Israelite: --Shamhuth.[ql

8050. Sh@muw>el {sehm-oo-ale'}; from the passive participle of 8085

and 410; heard of God; Shemuel, the name of three Israelites:

--Samuel, Shemuel.[ql

8051. Shammuwa< {sham-moo'-ah}; from 8074; renowned; Shammua, the

name of four Israelites: --Shammua, Shammuah.[ql

8052. sh@muw<ah {sehm-oo-aw'}; feminine passive participle of 8074;

something heard, i.e. an announcement: --bruit, doctrine, fame,

mentioned, news, report, rumor, tidings.[ql

8053. Shamuwr {shaw-moor'}; passive participle of 8103; observed;

Shamur, an Israelite: --Shamir [from the margin].[ql

8054. Shammowth {sham-moth'}; plural of 8047; ruins; Shammoth, an

Israelite: --Shamoth.[ql

8055. samach {saw-makh'}; a primitive root; probably to brighten up,

i.e. (figuratively) be (causatively, make) blithe or gleesome:

--cheer up, be (make) glad, (have, make) joy(-ful), be (make) merry,

(cause to, make to) rejoice, X very.[ql

8056. sameach {saw-may'-akh}; from 8055; blithe or gleeful: --(be)

glad, joyful, (making) merry([-hearted], -ily), rejoice(-ing).[ql

8057. simchah {sim-khaw'}; from 8056; blithesomeness or glee,

(religious or festival): --X exceeding(-ly), gladness,

joy(-fulness), mirth, pleasure, rejoice(-ing).[ql

8058. shamat {shaw-mat'}; a primitive root; to fling down;

incipiently to jostle; figuratively, to let alone, desist, remit:

--discontinue, overthrow, release, let rest, shake, stumble, throw


8059. sh@mittah {shem-it-taw'}; from 8058; remission (of debt) or

suspension of labor): --release.[ql

8060. Shammay {sham-mah'-ee}; from 8073; destructive; Shammai, the

name of three Israelites: --Shammai.[ql

8061. Sh@miyda< {shem-ee-daw'}; apparently from 8034 and 3045; name

of knowing; Shemida, an Israelite: --Shemida, Shemidah.[ql

8062. Sh@miyda<iy {shem-ee-daw-ee'}; patronymically from 8061; a

Shemidaite (collectively) or descendants of Shemida:


8063. s@miykah {sem-ee-kaw'}; from 5564; a run (as sustaining the

Oriental sitter): --mantle.[ql

8064. shamayim {shaw-mah'-yim}; dual of an unused singular shameh

{shaw-meh'}; from an unused root meaning to be lofty; the sky (as

aloft; the dual perhaps alluding to the visible arch in which the

clouds move, as well as to the higher ether where the celestial

bodies revolve): --air, X astrologer, heaven(-s).[ql

8065. shamayin (Aramaic) {shaw-mah'-yin}; corresponding to 8064:


8066. sh@miyniy {shem-ee-nee'}; from 8083; eight: --eight.[ql

8067. sh@miyniyth {shem-ee-neeth'}; feminine of 8066; probably an

eight-stringed lyre: --Sheminith.[ql

8068. shamiyr {shaw-meer'}; from 8104 in the original sense of

pricking; a thorn; also (from its keenness for scratching) a gem,

probably the diamond: --adamant (stone), brier, diamond.[ql

8069. Shamiyr {shaw-meer'}; the same as 8068; Shamir, the name of

two places in Palestine: --Shamir. Compare 8053.[ql

8070. Sh@miyramowth {shem-ee-raw-moth'}; or Sh@mariymowth

{shem-aw-ree-moth'}; probably from 8034 and plural of 7413; name of

heights; Shemiramoth, the name of two Israelites: --Shemiramoth.[ql

8071. simlah {sim-law'}; perhaps by permutation for the feminine of

5566 (through the idea of a cover assuming the shape of the object

beneath); a dress, especially a mantle: --apparel, cloth(-es, -ing),

garment, raiment. Compare 8008.[ql

8072. Samlah {sam-law'}; probably for the same as 8071; Samlah, an

Edomite: --Samlah.[ql

8073. Shamlay {sham-lah'-ee}; for 8014; Shamlai, one of the

Nethinim: --Shalmai [from the margin].[ql

8074. shamem {shaw-mame'}; a primitive root; to stun (or

intransitively, grow numb), i.e. devastate or (figuratively) stupefy

(both usually in a passive sense): --make amazed, be astonied, (be

an) astonish(-ment), (be, bring into, unto, lay, lie, make)

desolate(-ion, places), be destitute, destroy (self), (lay, lie,

make) waste, wonder.[ql

8075. sh@mam (Aramaic) {shem-am'}; corresponding to 8074: --be


8076. shamem {shaw-mame'}; from 8074; ruined: --desolate.[ql

8077. sh@mamah {shem-aw-maw'}; or shimamah {shee-mam-aw'}; feminine

of 8076; devastation; figuratively, astonishment: --(laid, X most)

desolate(-ion), waste.[ql

8078. shimmamown {shim-maw-mone'}; from 8074; stupefaction:


8079. s@mamiyth {sem-aw-meeth'}; probably from 8074 (in the sense of

poisoning); a lizard (from the superstition of its noxiousness):


8080. shaman {shaw-man'}; a primitive root; to shine, i.e. (by

analogy) be (causatively, make) oily or gross: --become (make, wax)


8081. shemen {sheh'-men}; from 8080; grease, especially liquid (as

from the olive, often perfumed); figuratively, richness:

--anointing, X fat (things), X fruitful, oil([-ed]), ointment,

olive, + pine.[ql

8082. shamen {shaw-mane'}; from 8080; greasy, i.e. gross;

figuratively, rich: --fat, lusty, plenteous.[ql

8083. sh@moneh {shem-o-neh'}; or sh@mowneh {shem-o-neh'}; feminine

sh@monah {shem-o-naw'}; or sh@mownah {shem-o-naw'}; apparently from

8082 through the idea of plumpness; a cardinal number, eight (as if

a surplus above the "perfect" seven); also (as ordinal) eighth:

--eight([-een, -eenth]), eighth.[ql

8084. sh@moniym {shem-o-neem'}; or sh@mowniym {shem-o-neem'}; mult.

from 8083; eighty, also eightieth: --eighty(-ieth), fourscore.[ql

8085. shama< {shaw-mah'}; a primitive root; to hear intelligently

(often with implication of attention, obedience, etc.; causatively,

to tell, etc.): --X attentively, call (gather) together, X

carefully, X certainly, consent, consider, be content, declare, X

diligently, discern, give ear, (cause to, let, make to) hear(-ken,

tell), X indeed, listen, make (a) noise, (be) obedient, obey,

perceive, (make a) proclaim(-ation), publish, regard, report, shew

(forth), (make a) sound, X surely, tell, understand, whosoever

[heareth], witness.[ql

8086. sh@ma< (Aramaic) {shem-ah'}; corresponding to 8085: --hear,


8087. Shema< {sheh'-mah}; for the same as 8088; Shema, the name of a

place in Palestine and of four Israelites: --Shema.[ql

8088. shema< {shay'-mah}; from 8085; something heard, i.e. a sound,

rumor, announcement; abstractly, audience: --bruit, fame,

hear(-ing), loud, report, speech, tidings.[ql

8089. shoma< {sho'-mah}; from 8085; a report: --fame.[ql

8090. Sh@ma< {shem-aw'}; for 8087; Shema, a place in Palestine:


8091. Shama< {shaw-maw'}; from 8085; obedient; Shama, an Israelite:


8092. Shim<a> {shim-aw'}; for 8093; Shima, the name of four

Israelites: --Shimea, Shimei, Shamma.[ql

8093. Shim<ah {shim-aw'}; feminine of 8088; annunciation; Shimah, an

Israelite: --Shimeah.[ql

8094. Sh@ma<ah {shem-aw-aw'}; for 8093; Shemaah, an Israelite:


8095. Shim<own {shim-one'}; from 8085; hearing; Shimon, one of

Jacob's sons, also the tribe descended from him: --Simeon.[ql

8096. Shim<iy {shim-ee'}; from 8088; famous; Shimi, the name of

twenty Israelites: --Shimeah [from the margin], Shimei, Shimhi,


8097. Shim<iy {shim-ee'}; patronymically from 8096; a Shimite

(collectively) or descendants of Shimi: --of Shimi, Shimites.[ql

8098. Sh@ma<yah {shem-aw-yaw'}; or Sh@ma<yahuw {shem-aw-yaw'-hoo};

from 8085 and 3050; Jah has heard; Shemajah, the name of twenty-five

Israelites: --Shemaiah.[ql

8099. Shim<oniy {shim-o-nee'}; patronymically from 8095; a Shimonite

(collectively) or descendants of Shimon: --tribe of Simeon,


8100. Shim<ath {shim-awth'}; feminine of 8088; annunciation;

Shimath, an Ammonitess: --Shimath.[ql

8101. Shim<athiy {shim-aw-thee'}; patronymically from 8093; a

Shimathite (collectively) or descendants of Shimah:


8102. shemets {sheh'-mets}; from an unused root meaning to emit a

sound; an inkling: --a little.[ql

8103. shimtsah {shim-tsaw'}; feminine of 8102; scornful whispering

(of hostile spectators): --shame.[ql

8104. shamar {shaw-mar'}; a primitive root; properly, to hedge about

(as with thorns), i.e. guard; generally, to protect, attend to,

etc.: --beward, be circumspect, take heed (to self), keep(-er,

self), mark, look narrowly, observe, preserve, regard, reserve, save

(self), sure, (that lay) wait (for), watch(-man).[ql

8105. shemer {sheh'-mer}; from 8104; something preserved, i.e. the

settlings (plural only) of wine: --dregs, (wines on the) lees.[ql

8106. Shemer {sheh'-mer}; the same as 8105; Shemer, the name of

three Israelites: --Shamer, Shemer.[ql

8107. shimmur {shim-moor'}; from 8104; an observance: --X be (much)


8108. shomrah {shom-raw'}; feminine of an unused noun from 8104

meaning a guard; watchfulness: --watch.[ql

8109. sh@murah {shem-oo-raw'}; feminine of passive participle of

8104; something guarded, i.e. an eye-lid: --waking.[ql

8110. Shimrown {shim-rone'}; from 8105 in its original sense;

guardianship; Shimron, the name of an Israelite and of a place in

Palestine: --Shimron.[ql

8111. Shom@rown {sho-mer-one'}; from the active participle of 8104;

watch-station; Shomeron, a place in Palestine: --Samaria.[ql

8112. Shimrown M@ro>wn {shim-rone' mer-one'}; from 8110 and a

derivative of 4754; guard of lashing; Shimron-Meron, a place in

Palestine: --Shimon-meron.[ql

8113. Shimriy {shim-ree'}; from 8105 in its original sense;

watchful; Shimri, the name of four Israelites: --Shimri.[ql

8114. Sh@maryah {shem-ar-yaw'}; or Sh@maryahuw {shem-ar-yaw'-hoo};

from 8104 and 3050; Jah has guarded; Shemarjah, the name of four

Israelites: --Shamariah, Shemariah.[ql

8115. Shomrayin (Aramaic) {shom-rah'-yin}; corresponding to 8111;

Shomrain, a place in Palestine: --Samaria.[ql

8116. Shimriyth {shim-reeth'}; feminine of 8113; female guard;

Shimrith, a Moabitess: --Shimrith.[ql

8117. Shimroniy {shim-ro-nee'}; patronymically from 8110; a

Shimronite (collectively) or descendants of Shimron:


8118. Shom@roniy {sho-mer-o-nee'}; patrial from 8111; a Shomeronite

(collectively) or inhabitants of Shomeron: --Samaritans.[ql

8119. Shimrath {shim-rawth'}; from 8104; guardship; Shimrath, an

Israelite: --Shimrath.[ql

8120. sh@mash (Aramaic) {shem-ash'}; corresponding to the root of

8121 through the idea of activity implied in day-light; to serve:


8121. shemesh {sheh'-mesh}; from an unused root meaning to be

brilliant; the sun; by implication, the east; figuratively, a ray,

i.e. (arch.) a notched battlement: --+ east side(-ward), sun

([rising]), + west(-ward), window. See also 1053.[ql

8122. shemesh (Aramaic) {sheh'-mesh}; corresponding to 8121; the

sun: --sun.[ql

8123. Shimshown {shim-shone'}; from 8121; sunlight; Shimshon, an

Israelite: --Samson.[ql

8124. Shimshay (Aramaic) {shim-shah'-ee}; from 8122; sunny;

Shimshai, a Samaritan: --Shimshai.[ql

8125. Shamsh@ray {sham-sher-ah'-ee}; apparently from 8121; sunlike;

Shamsherai, an Israelite: --Shamsherai.[ql

8126. Shumathiy {shoo-maw-thee'}; patronymically from an unused name

from 7762 probably meaning garlic-smell; a Shumathite (collectively)

or descendants of Shumah: --Shumathites.[ql

8127. shen {shane}; from 8150; a tooth (as sharp); specifically (for

8143) ivory; figuratively, a cliff: --crag, X forefront, ivory, X

sharp, tooth.[ql

8128. shen (Aramaic) {shane}; corresponding to 8127; a tooth:


8129. Shen {shane}; the same as 8127; crag; Shen, a place in

Palestine: --Shen.[ql

8130. sane> {saw-nay'}; a primitive root; to hate (personally):

--enemy, foe, (be) hate(-ful, -r), odious, X utterly.[ql

8131. s@ne> (Aramaic) {sen-ay'}; corresponding to 8130: --hate.[ql

8132. shana {shaw-naw'}; a primitive root; to alter: --change.[ql

8133. sh@na> (Aramaic) {shen-aw'}; corresponding to 8132: --alter,

change, (be) diverse.[ql

8134. Shin>ab {shin-awb'}; probably from 8132 and 1; a father has

turned; Shinab, a Canaanite: --Shinab.[ql

8135. sin>ah {sin-aw'}; from 8130; hate: --+ exceedingly, hate(-ful,


8136. shin>an {shin-awn'}; from 8132; change, i.e. repetition: --X


8137. Shenatstsar {shen-ats-tsar'}; apparently of Babylonian origin;

Shenatstsar, an Israelite: --Senazar.[ql

8138. shanah {shaw-naw'}; a primitive root; to fold, i.e. duplicate

(literally or figuratively); by implication, to transmute

(transitive or intransitive): --do (speak, strike) again, alter,

double, (be given to) change, disguise, (be) diverse, pervert,

prefer, repeat, return, do the second time.[ql

8139. sh@nah (Aramaic) {shen-aw'}; corresponding to 8142:


8140. sh@nah (Aramaic) {shen-aw'}; corresponding to 8141: --year.[ql

8141. shaneh (in plural only), {shaw-neh'}; or (feminine) shanah

{shaw-naw'}; from 8138; a year (as a revolution of time): --+ whole

age, X long, + old, year(X -ly).[ql

8142. shehah {shay-naw'}; or shena> (Psa. 127:2) {shay-naw'}; from

3462; sleep: --sleep.[ql

8143. shenhabbiym {shen-hab-beem'}; from 8127 and the plural

apparently of a foreign word; probably, tooth of elephants, i.e.

ivory tusk: --ivory.[ql

8144. shaniy {shaw-nee'}; of uncertain derivation; crimson,

properly, the insect or its color, also stuff dyed with it:

--crimson, scarlet (thread).[ql

8145. sheniy {shay-nee'}; from 8138; properly, double, i.e. second;

also adverbially, again: --again, either [of them], (an-)other,

second (time).[ql

8146. saniy> {saw-nee'}; from 8130; hated: --hated.[ql

8147. sh@nayim {shen-ah'-yim}; dual of 8145; feminine sh@ttayim

{shet-tah'-yim}; two; also (as ordinal) twofold: --both, couple,

double, second, twain, + twelfth, + twelve, + twenty (sixscore)

thousand, twice, two.[ql

8148. sh@niynah {shen-ee-naw'}; from 8150; something pointed, i.e. a

gibe: --byword, taunt.[ql

8149. Sh@niyr {shen-eer'}; or S@niyr {sen-eer'}; from an unused root

meaning to be pointed; peak; Shenir or Senir, a summit of Lebanon:

--Senir, Shenir.[ql

8150. shanan {shaw-nan'}; a primitive root; to point (transitive or

intransitive); intensively, to pierce; figuratively, to inculcate:

--prick, sharp(-en), teach diligently, whet.[ql

8151. shanac {shaw-nas'}; a primitive root; to compress (with a

belt): --gird up.[ql

8152. Shin<ar {shin-awr'}; probably of foreign derivation; Shinar, a

plain in Babylonia: --Shinar.[ql

8153. sh@nath {shen-awth'}; from 3462; sleep: --sleep.[ql

8154. shacah {shaw-saw'}; or shasah (Isa. 10:13) {shaw-saw'}; a

primitive root; to plunder: --destroyer, rob, spoil(-er).[ql

8155. shacac {shaw-sas'}; a primitive root; to plunder: --rifle,


8156. shaca< {shaw-sah'}; a primitive root; to split or tear;

figuratively, to upbraid: --cleave, (be) cloven ([footed]), rend,


8157. sheca< {sheh'-sah}; from 8156; a fissure: --cleft,


8158. shacaph {shaw-saf'}; a primitive root; to cut in pieces, i.e.

slaughter: --hew in pieces.[ql

8159. sha<ah {shaw-aw'}; a primitive root; to gaze at or about

(properly, for help); by implication, to inspect, consider,

compassionate, be nonplussed (as looking around in amazement) or

bewildered: --depart, be dim, be dismayed, look (away), regard, have

respect, spare, turn.[ql

8160. sha<ah (Aramaic) {shaw-aw'}; from a root corresponding to

8159; properly, a look, i.e. a moment: --hour.[ql

8161. sha<atah {shah'-at-aw}; feminine from an unused root meaning

to stamp; a clatter (of hoofs): --stamping.[ql

8162. sha<atnez {shah-at-naze'}; probably of foreign derivation;

linsey-woolsey, i.e. cloth of linen and wool carded and spun

together: --garment of divers sorts, linen and wollen.[ql

8163. sa<iyr {saw-eer'}; or sa<ir {saw-eer'}; from 8175; shaggy; as

noun, a he-goat; by analogy, a faun: --devil, goat, hairy, kid,

rough, satyr.[ql

8164. sa<iyr {saw-eer'}; formed the same as 8163; a shower (as

tempestuous): --small rain.[ql

8165. Se<iyr {say-eer'}; formed like 8163; rough; Seir, a mountain

of Idumaea and its aboriginal occupants, also one in Palestine:


8166. s@<iyrah {seh-ee-raw'}; feminine of 8163; a she-goat:


8167. S@<iyrah {seh-ee-raw'}; formed as 8166; roughness; Seirah, a

place in Palestine: --Seirath.[ql

8168. sho<al {sho'-al}; from an unused root meaning to hollow out;

the palm; by extension, a handful: --handful, hollow of the hand.[ql

8169. Sha<albiym {shah-al-beem'}; or Sha<alabbiyn

{shah-al-ab-been'}; plural from 7776; fox-holes; Shaalbim or

Shaalabbin, a place in Palestine: --Shaalabbin, Shaalbim.[ql

8170. Sha<alboniy {shah-al-bo-nee'}; patrial from 8169; a

Shaalbonite or inhabitant of Shaalbin: --Shaalbonite.[ql

8171. Sha<aliym {shah-al-eem'}; plural of 7776; foxes; Shaalim, a

place in Palestine: --Shalim.[ql

8172. sha<an {shaw-an'}; a primitive root; to support one's self:

--lean, lie, rely, rest (on, self), stay.[ql

8173. sha<a< {shaw-ah'}; a primitive root; (in a good acceptation)

to look upon (with complacency), i.e. fondle, please or amuse

(self); (in a bad one) to look about (in dismay), i.e. stare: --cry

(out) [by confusion with 7768], dandle, delight (self), play,


8174. Sha<aph {shah'-af}; from 5586; fluctuation; Shaaph, the name

of two Israelites: --Shaaph.[ql

8175. sa<ar {saw-ar'}; a primitive root; to storm; by implication,

to shiver, i.e. fear: --be (horribly) afraid, fear, hurl as a storm,

be tempestuous, come like (take away as with) a whirlwind.[ql

8176. sha<ar {shaw-ar'}; a primitive root; to split or open, i.e.

(literally, but only as denominative from 8179) to act as

gate-keeper (see 7778): (figuratively) to estimate: --think.[ql

8177. s@<ar (Aramaic) {seh-ar'}; corresponding to 8181; hair:


8178. sa<ar {sah'-ar}; from 8175; a tempest; also a terror:

--affrighted, X horribly, X sore, storm. See 8181.[ql

8179. sha<ar {shah'-ar}; from 8176 in its original sense; an

opening, i.e. door or gate: --city, door, gate, port (X -er).[ql

8180. sha<ar {shah'-ar}; from 8176; a measure (as a section):


8181. se<ar {say-awr'}; or sa<ar (Isaiah 7:20) {sah'-ar}; from 8175

in the sense of dishevelling; hair (as if tossed or bristling):

--hair(-y), X rough.[ql

8182. sho<ar {sho-awr'}; from 8176; harsh or horrid, i.e. offensive:


8183. s@<arah {seh-aw-raw'}; feminine of 8178; a hurricane: --storm,


8184. s@<orah {seh-o-raw'}; or s@<owrah {seh-o-raw'} (feminine

meaning the plant); and (masculine meaning the grain); also s@<or

{seh-ore'}; or s@<owr {seh-ore'}; from 8175 in the sense of

roughness; barley (as villose): --barley.[ql

8185. sa<arah {sah-ar-aw'}; feminine of 8181; hairiness: --hair.[ql

8186. sha<aruwrah {shah-ar-oo-raw'}; or sha<ariyriyah

{shah-ar-ee-ree-yaw'}; or sha<arurith {shah-ar-oo-reeth'}; feminine

from 8176 in the sense of 8175; something fearful: --horrible


8187. Sh@<aryah {sheh-ar-yaw'}; from 8176 and 3050; Jah has stormed;

Shearjah, an Israelite: --Sheariah.[ql

8188. S@<oriym {seh-o-reem'}; masculine plural of 8184; barley

grains; Seorim, an Israelite: --Seorim.[ql

8189. Sha<arayim {shah-ar-ah'-yim}; dual of 8179; double gates;

Shaarajim, a place in Palestine: --Shaaraim.[ql

8190. Sha<ashgaz {shah-ash-gaz'}; of Persian derivation; Shaashgaz,

a eunuch of Xerxes: --Shaashgaz.[ql

8191. sha<shua< {shah-shoo'-ah}; from 8173; enjoyment: --delight,


8192. shaphah {shaw-faw'}; a primitive root; to abrade, i.e. bare:

--high, stick out.[ql

8193. saphah {saw-faw'}; or (in dual and plural) sepheth {sef-eth'};

probably from 5595 or 8192 through the idea of termination (compare

5490); the lip (as a natural boundary); by implication, language; by

analogy, a margin (of a vessel, water, cloth, etc.): --band, bank,

binding, border, brim, brink, edge, language, lip, prating,

([sea-])shore, side, speech, talk, [vain] words.[ql

8194. shaphah {shaw-faw'}; from 8192 in the sense of clarifying; a

cheese (as strained from the whey): --cheese.[ql

8195. Sh@phow {shef-o'}; or Sh@phiy {shef-ee'}; from 8192; baldness

[compare 8205]; Shepho or Shephi, an Idumaean: --Shephi, Shepho.[ql

8196. sh@phowt {shef-ote'}; or sh@phuwt {shef-oot'}; from 8199; a

judicial sentence, i.e. punishment: --judgment.[ql

8197. Sh@phuwpham {shef-oo-fawm'}; or Sh@phuwphan {shef-oo-fawn'};

from the same as 8207; serpent-like; Shephupham or Shephuphan, an

Israelite: --Shephuphan, Shupham.[ql

8198. shiphchah {shif-khaw'}; feminine from an unused root meaning

to spread out (as a family; see 4940); a female slave (as a member

of the household): --(bond-, hand-)maid(-en, -servant), wench,

bondwoman, womanservant.[ql

8199. shaphat {shaw-fat'}; a primitive root; to judge, i.e.

pronounce sentence (for or against); by implication, to vindicate or

punish; by extenssion, to govern; passively, to litigate (literally

or figuratively): --+ avenge, X that condemn, contend, defend,

execute (judgment), (be a) judge(-ment), X needs, plead, reason,


8200. sh@phat (Aramaic) {shef-at'}; corresponding to 8199; to judge:


8201. shephet {sheh'-fet}; from 8199; a sentence, i.e. infliction:


8202. Shaphat {shaw-fawt'}; from 8199; judge; Shaphat, the name of

four Israelites: --Shaphat.[ql

8203. Sh@phatyah {shef-at-yaw'}; or Sh@phatyahuw {shef-at-yaw'-hoo};

from 8199 and 3050; Jah has judged; Shephatjah, the name of ten

Israelites: --Shephatiah.[ql

8204. Shiphtan {shif-tawn'}; from 8199; judge-like; Shiphtan, an

Israelite: --Shiphtan.[ql

8205. sh@phiy {shef-ee'}; from 8192; bareness; concretely, a bare

hill or plain: --high place, stick out.[ql

8206. Shuppiym {shoop-peem'}; plural of an unused noun from the same

as 8207 and meaning the same; serpents; Shuppim, an Israelite:


8207. sh@phiyphon {shef-ee-fone'}; from an unused root meaning the

same as 7779; a kind of serpent (as snapping), probably the cerastes

or horned adder: --adder.[ql

8208. Shaphiyr {shaf-eer'}; from 8231; beautiful; Shaphir, a place

in Palestine: --Saphir.[ql

8209. sappiyr (Aramaic) {shap-peer'}; intensive of a form

corresponding to 8208; beautiful: --fair.[ql

8210. shaphak {shaw-fak'}; a primitive root; to spill forth (blood,

a libation, liquid metal; or even a solid, i.e. to mound up); also

(figuratively) to expend (life, soul, complaint, money, etc.);

intensively, to sprawl out: --cast (up), gush out, pour (out),

shed(-der, out), slip.[ql

8211. shephek {sheh'-fek}; from 8210; an emptying place, e.g. an

ash-heap: --are poured out.[ql

8212. shophkah {shof-kaw'}; feminine of a derivative from 8210; a

pipe (for pouring forth, e.g. wine), i.e. the penis: --privy


8213. shaphel {shaw-fale'}; a primitive root; to depress or sink

(expec. figuratively, to humiliate, intransitive or transitive):

--abase, bring (cast, put) down, debase, humble (self), be (bring,

lay, make, put) low(-er).[ql

8214. sh@phal (Aramaic) {shef-al'}; corresponding to 8213: --abase,

humble, put down, subdue.[ql

8215. sh@phal (Aramaic) {shef-al'}; from 8214; low: --basest.[ql

8216. shephel {shay'-fel}; from 8213; an humble rank: --low estate


8217. shaphal {shaw-fawl'}; from 8213; depressed, literally or

figuratively: --base(-st), humble, low(-er, -ly).[ql

8218. shiphlah {shif-law'}; feminine of 8216; depression: --low


8219. sh@phelah {shef-ay-law'}; from 8213; Lowland, i.e. (with the

article) the maritime slope of Palestine: --low country, (low)

plain, vale(-ley).[ql

8220. shiphluwth {shif-looth'}; from 8213; remissness:


8221. Sh@pham {shef-awm'}; probably from 8192; bare spot; Shepham, a

place in or near Palestine: --Shepham.[ql

8222. sapham {saw-fawm'}; from 8193; the beard (as a lip-piece):

--beard, (upper) lip.[ql

8223. Shapham {shaw-fawm'}; formed like 8221; baldly; Shapham, an

Israelite: --Shapham.[ql

8224. Siphmowth {sif-moth'}; feminine plural of 822l; Siphmoth, a

place in Palestine: --Siphmoth.[ql

8225. Shiphmiy {shif-mee'}; patrial from 8221; a Shiphmite or

inhabitant of Shepham: --Shiphmite.[ql

8226. saphan {saw-fan'}; a primitive root; to conceal (as a

valuable): --treasure.[ql

8227. shaphan {shaw-fawn'}; from 8226; a species of rock-rabbit

(from its hiding), i.e. probably the hyrax: --coney.[ql

8228. shepha< {sheh'-fah}; from an unused root meaning to abound;

resources: --abundance.[ql

8229. shiph<ah {shif-aw'}; feminine of 8228; copiousness:

--abundance, company, multitude.[ql

8230. Shiph<iy {shif-ee'}; from 8228; copious; Shiphi, an Israelite:


8231. shaphar {shaw-far'}; a primitive root; to glisten, i.e.

(figuratively) be (causatively, make) fair: --X goodly.[ql

8232. sh@phar (Aramaic) {shef-ar'}; corresponding to 8231; to be

beautiful: --be acceptable, please, + think good.[ql

8233. shepher {sheh'-fer}; from 8231; beauty: --X goodly.[ql

8234. Shepher {sheh'-fer}; the same as 8233; Shepher, a place in the

Desert: --Shapper.[ql

8235. shiphrah {shif-raw'}; from 8231; brightness: --garnish.[ql

8236. Shiphrah {shif-raw'}; the same as 8235; Shiphrah, an

Israelitess: --Shiphrah.[ql

8237. shaphruwr {shaf-roor'}; from 8231; splendid, i.e. a tapestry

or canopy: --royal pavilion.[ql

8238. sh@pharphar (Aramaic) {shef-ar-far'}; from 8231; the dawn (as

brilliant with aurora): --X very early in the morning.[ql

8239. shaphath {shaw-fath'}; a primitive root; to locate, i.e.

(generally) hang on or (figuratively) establish, reduce: --bring,

ordain, set on.[ql

8240. shaphath {shaw-fawth'}; from 8239; a (double) stall (for

cattle); also a (two-pronged) hook (for flaying animals on): --hook,


8241. shetseph {sheh'-tsef}; from 7857 (for alliteration with 7110);

an outburst (of anger): --little.[ql

8242. saq {sak}; from 8264; properly, a mesh (as allowing a liquid

to run through), i.e. coarse loose cloth or sacking (used in

mourning and for bagging); hence, a bag (for grain, etc.):

--sack(-cloth, -clothes).[ql

8243. shaq (Aramaic) {shawk}; corresponding to 7785; the leg:


8244. saqad {saw-kad'}; a primitive root; to fasten: --bind.[ql

8245. shaqad {shaw-kad'}; a primitive root; to be alert, i.e.

sleepless; hence to be on the lookout (whether for good or ill):

--hasten, remain, wake, watch (for).[ql

8246. shaqad {shaw-kad'}; a denominative from 8247; to be

(intensively, make) almond-shaped: --make like (unto, after the

fashion of) almonds.[ql

8247. shaqed {shaw-kade'}; from 8245; the almond (tree or nut; as

being the earliest in bloom): --almond (tree).[ql

8248. shaqah {shaw-kaw'}; a primitive root; to quaff, i.e.

(causatively) to irrigate or furnish a potion to: --cause to (give,

give to, let, make to) drink, drown, moisten, water. See 7937,


8249. shiqquv {shif-koov'}; from 8248; (plural collective) a

draught: --drink.[ql

8250. shiqquwy {shik-koo'-ee}; from 8248; a beverage; moisture, i.e.

(figuratively) refreshment: --drink, marrow.[ql

8251. shiqquwts {shik-koots'}; or shiqquts {shik-koots'}; from 8262;

disgusting, i.e. filthy; especially idolatrous or (concretely) an

idol: --abominable filth (idol, -ation), detestable (thing).[ql

8252. shaqat {shaw-kat'}; a primitive root; to repose (usually

figurative): --appease, idleness, (at, be at, be in, give)

quiet(-ness), (be at, be in, give, have, take) rest, settle, be


8253. sheqet {sheh'-ket}; from 8252; tranquillity: --quietness.[ql

8254. shaqal {shaw-kal'}; a primitive root; to suspend or poise

(especially in trade): --pay, receive(-r), spend, X throughly,


8255. sheqel {sheh'-kel}; from 8254; probably a weight; used as a

commercial standard: --shekel.[ql

8256. shaqam {shaw-kawm'}; or (feminine) shiqmah {shik-maw'}; of

uncertain derivation; a sycamore (usually the tree): --sycamore

(fruit, tree).[ql

8257. shaqa< {shaw-kah'}; (abbreviated Am. 8:8); a primitive root;

to subside; by implication, to be overflowed, cease; causatively, to

abate, subdue: --make deep, let down, drown, quench, sink.[ql

8258. sh@qa<ruwrah {shek-ah-roo-raw'}; from 8257; a depression:

--hollow strake.[ql

8259. shaqaph {shaw-kaf'}; a primitive root; properly, to lean out

(of a window), i.e. (by implication) peep or gaze (passively, be a

spectacle): --appear, look (down, forth, out).[ql

8260. sheqeph {sheh'-kef}; from 8259; a loophole (for looking out),

to admit light and air: --window.[ql

8261. shaquph {shaw-koof'}; passive participle of 8259; an embrasure

or opening [compare 8260] with bevelled jam: --light, window.[ql

8262. shaqats {shaw-kats'}; a primitive root; to be filthy, i.e.

(intensively) to loathe, pollute: --abhor, make abominable, have in

abomination, detest, X utterly.[ql

8263. sheqets {sheh'-kets}; from 8262; filth, i.e. (figuratively and

specifically) an idolatrous object: --abominable(-tion).[ql

8264. shaqaq {shaw-kak'}; a primitive root; to course (like a beast

of prey); by implication, to seek greedily: --have appetite, justle

one against another, long, range, run (to and fro).[ql

8265. saqar {saw-kar'}; a primitive root; to ogle, i.e. blink

coquettishly: --wanton.[ql

8266. shaqar {shaw-kar'}; a primitive root; to cheat, i.e. be untrue

(usually in words): --fail, deal falsely, lie.[ql

8267. sheqer {sheh'-ker}; from 8266; an untruth; by implication, a

sham (often adverbial): --without a cause, deceit(-ful),

false(-hood, -ly), feignedly, liar, + lie, lying, vain (thing),


8268. shoqeth {sho'-keth}; from 8248; a trough (for watering):


8269. sar {sar}; from 8323; a head person (of any rank or class):

--captain (that had rule), chief (captain), general, governor,

keeper, lord, ([-task-])master, prince(-ipal), ruler, steward.[ql

8270. shor {shore}; from 8324; a string (as twisted [compare 8306]),

i.e. (specifically) the umbilical cord (also figuratively, as the

centre of strength): --navel.[ql

8271. sh@re> (Aramaic) {sher-ay'}; a root corresponding to that of

8293; to free, separate; figuratively, to unravel, commence; by

implication (of unloading beasts) to reside: --begin, dissolve,

dwell, loose.[ql

8272. Shar>etser {shar-eh'-tser}; of foreign derivation; Sharetser,

the name of an Assyrian and an Israelite: --Sharezer.[ql

8273. sharab {shaw-rawb'}; from an unused root meaning to glare;

quivering glow (of the air), expec. the mirage: --heat, parched


8274. Sherebyah {shay-rayb-yaw'}; from 8273 and 3050; Jah has

brought heat; Sherebjah, the name of two Israelites: --Sherebiah.[ql

8275. sharbiyt {shar-beet'}; for 7626; a rod of empire:


8276. sarag {saw-rag'}; a primitive root; to intwine: --wrap

together, wreath.[ql

8277. sarad {saw-rad'}; a primitive root; properly, to puncture

[compare 8279], i.e. (figuratively through the idea of slipping out)

to escape or survive: --remain.[ql

8278. s@rad {ser-awd'}; from 8277; stitching (as pierced with a

needle): --service.[ql

8279. sered {seh'-red}; from 8277; a (carpenter's) scribing-awl (for

pricking or scratching measurements): --line.[ql

8280. sarah {saw-raw'}; a primitive root; to prevail: --have power

(as a prince).[ql

8281. sharah {shaw-raw'}; a primitive root; to free: --direct.[ql

8282. sarah {saw-raw'}; feminine of 8269; a mistress, i.e. female

noble: --lady, princess, queen.[ql

8283. Sarah {saw-raw'}; the same as 8282; Sarah, Abraham's wife:


8284. sharah {shaw-raw'}; probably feminine of 7791; a fortification

(literally or figuratively): --sing [by mistake for 7891], wall.[ql

8285. sherah {shay-raw'}; from 8324 in its original sense of

pressing; a wrist-band (as compact or clasping): --bracelet.[ql

8286. S@ruwg {ser-oog'}; from 8276; tendril; Serug, a postdiluvian

patriarch: --Serug.[ql

8287. Sharuwchen {shaw-roo-khen'}; probably from 8281 (in the sense

of dwelling [compare 8271] and 2580; abode of pleasure; Sharuchen, a

place in Palestine: --Sharuhen.[ql

8288. s@rowk {ser-oke'}; from 8308; a thong (as laced or tied):

--([shoe-]) latchet.[ql

8289. Sharown {shaw-rone'}; probably abridged from 3474; plain,

Sharon, the name of a place in Palestine: --Lasharon, Sharon.[ql

8290. Sharowniy {shaw-ro-nee'}; patrial from 8289; a Sharonite or

inhabitant of Sharon: --Sharonite.[ql

8291. saruwq {sar-ook'}; passive participle from the same as 8321; a

grapevine: --principal plant. See 8320, 8321.[ql

8292. sh@ruwqah {sher-oo-kaw'}; or (by permutation) sh@riyqah

{sher-ee-kaw'}; feminine passive participle of 8319; a whistling (in

scorn); by analogy, a piping: --bleating, hissing.[ql

8293. sheruwth {shay-rooth'}; from 8281 abbreviated; freedom:


8294. Serach {seh'-rakh}; by permutation for 5629; superfluity;

Serach, an Israelitess: --Sarah, Serah.[ql

8295. sarat {saw-rat'}; a primitive root; to gash: --cut in pieces,

make [cuttings] pieces.[ql

8296. seret {seh'-ret}; and sareteth {saw-reh'-teth}; from 8295; an

incision: --cutting.[ql

8297. Saray {saw-rah'-ee}; from 8269; dominative; Sarai, the wife of

Abraham: --Sarai.[ql

8298. Sharay {shaw-rah'-ee}; probably from 8324; hostile; Sharay, an

Israelite: --Sharai.[ql

8299. sariyg {saw-reeg'}; from 8276; a tendril (as entwining):


8300. sariyd {saw-reed'}; from 8277; a survivor: --X alive, left,

remain(-ing), remnant, rest.[ql

8301. Sariyd {suw-reed'}; the same as 8300; Sarid, a place in

Palestine: --Sarid.[ql

8302. shiryown {shir-yone'}; or shiryon {shir-yone'}; and shiryan

{shir-yawn'}; also (feminine) shiryah {shir-yaw'}; and shiryonah

{shir-yo-naw'}; from 8281 in the original sense of turning; a

corslet (as if twisted): --breastplate, coat of mail, habergeon,

harness. See 5630.[ql

8303. Shiryown {shir-yone'}; and Siryon {sir-yone'}; the same as

8304 (i.e. sheeted with snow); Shirjon or Sirjon, a peak of the

Lebanon: --Sirion.[ql

8304. S@rayah {ser-aw-yaw'}; or S@rayahuw {ser-aw-yaw'-hoo}; from

8280 and 3050; Jah has prevailed; Serajah, the name of nine

Israelites: --Seraiah.[ql

8305. s@riyqah {ser-ee-kaw'}; from the same as 8321 in the original

sense of piercing; hetchelling (or combing flax), i.e. (concretely)

tow (by extension, linen cloth): --fine.[ql

8306. shariyr {shaw-reer'}; from 8324 in the original sense as in

8270 (compare 8326); a cord, i.e. (by analogy) sinew: --navel.[ql

8307. sh@riyruwth {sher-ee-rooth'}; from 8324 in the sense of

twisted, i.e. firm; obstinacy: --imagination, lust.[ql

8308. sarak {saw-rak'}; a primitive root; to interlace:


8309. sh@remah {sher-ay-maw'}; probably by an orthographical error

for 7709; a common: --field.[ql

8310. Sarc@kiym {sar-seh-keem'}; of foreign derivation; Sarsekim, a

Babylonian general: --Sarsechim.[ql

8311. sara< {saw-rah'}; a primitive root; to prolong, i.e. (reflex)

be deformed by excess of members: --stretch out self, (have any)

superfluous thing.[ql

8312. sar<aph {sar-af'}; for 5587; cogitation: --thought.[ql

8313. saraph {saw-raf'}; a primitive root; to be (causatively, set)

on fire: --(cause to, make a) burn([-ing], up) kindle, X utterly.[ql

8314. saraph {saw-rawf'}; from 8313; burning, i.e. (figuratively)

poisonous (serpent); specifically, a saraph or symbolical creature

(from their copper color): --fiery (serpent), seraph.[ql

8315. Saraph {saw-raf'}; the same as 8314; Saraph, an Israelite:


8316. s@rephah {ser-ay-faw'}; from 8313; cremation: --burning.[ql

8317. sharats {shaw-rats'}; a primitive root; to wriggle, i.e. (by

implication) swarm or abound: --breed (bring forth, increase)

abundantly (in abundance), creep, move.[ql

8318. sherets {sheh'-rets}; from 8317; a swarm, i.e. active mass of

minute animals: --creep(-ing thing), move(-ing creature).[ql

8319. sharaq {shaw-rak'}; a primitive root; properly, to be shrill,

i.e. to whistle or hiss (as a call or in scorn): --hiss.[ql

8320. saruq {saw-rook'}; from 8319; bright red (as piercing to the

sight), i.e. bay: --speckled. See 8291.[ql

8321. soreq {so-rake'}; or sowreq {so-rake'}; and (feminine) soreqah

{so-ray-kaw'}; from 8319 in the sense of redness (compare 8320); a

vine stock (properly, one yielding purple grapes, the richest

variety): --choice(-st, noble) wine. Compare 8291.[ql

8322. sh@reqah {sher-ay-kaw'}; from 8319; a derision: --hissing.[ql

8323. sarar {saw-rar'}; a primitive root; to have (transitively,

exercise; reflexively, get) dominion: --X altogether, make self a

prince, (bear) rule.[ql

8324. sharar {shaw-rar'}; a primitive root; to be hostile (only

active participle an opponent): --enemy.[ql

8325. Sharar {shaw-rawr'}; from 8324; hostile; Sharar, an Israelite:


8326. shorer {sho'-rer}; from 8324 in the sense of twisting (compare

8270); the umbilical cord, i.e. (by extension) a bodice: --navel.[ql

8327. sharash {shaw-rash'}; a primitive root; to root, i.e. strike

into the soil, or (by implication) to pluck from it: --(take, cause

to take) root (out).[ql

8328. sheresh {sheh'-resh}; from 8327; a root (literally or

figuratively): --bottom, deep, heel, root.[ql

8329. Sheresh {sheh'-resh}; the same as 8328; Sheresh, an Israelite:


8330. shoresh (Aramaic) {sho'-resh}; corresponding to 8328:


8331. sharshah {shar-shaw'}; from 8327; a chain (as rooted, i.e.

linked): --chain. Compare 8333.[ql

8332. sh@roshuw (Aramaic) {sher-o-shoo'}; from a root corresponding

to 8327; eradication, i.e. (figuratively) exile: --banishment.[ql

8333. sharah@rah {shar-sher-aw'}; from 8327 [compare 8331]; a chain;

(arch.) probably a garland: --chain.[ql

8334. sharath {shaw-rath'}; a primitive root; to attend as a menial

or worshipper; figuratively, to contribute to: --minister (unto),

(do) serve(-ant, -ice, -itor), wait on.[ql

8335. shareth {shaw-rayth'}; infinitive of 8334; service (in the

Temple): --minister(-ry).[ql

8336. shesh {shaysh}; or (for alliteration with 4897) sh@shiy

{shesh-ee'}; for 7893; bleached stuff, i.e. white linen or (by

analogy) marble: --X blue, fine ([twined]) linen, marble, silk.[ql

8337. shesh {shaysh}; masculine shishshah {shish-shaw'}; a primitive

number; six (as an overplus [see 7797] beyond five or the fingers of

the hand); as ord. sixth: --six([-teen, -teenth]), sixth.[ql

8338. shawshaw {shaw-shaw'}; a primitive root; apparently, to

annihilate: --leave by the sixth part [by confusion with 8341].[ql

8339. Sheshbatstsar {shaysh-bats-tsar'}; of foreign derivation;

Sheshbatstsar, Zerubbabel's Persian name: --Sheshbazzar.[ql

8340. Sheshbatstsar (Aramaic) {shaysh-bats-tsar'}; corresponding to

8339: --Sheshbazzar.[ql

8341. shashah {shaw-shaw'}; a denominative from 8337; to sixth or

divide into sixths: --give the sixth participle[ql

8342. sasown {saw-sone'}; or sason {saw-sone'}; from 7797;

cheerfulness; specifically, welcome: --gladness, joy, mirth,


8343. Shashay {shaw-shah'-ee}; perhaps from 8336; whitish; Shashai,

an Israelite: --Shashai.[ql

8344. Sheshay {shay-shah'-ee}; probably for 8343; Sheshai, a

Canaanite: --Sheshai.[ql

8345. shishshiy {shish-shee'}; from 8337; sixth, ord. or (feminine)

fractional: --sixth (part).[ql

8346. shishshiym {shish-sheem'}; multiple of 8337; sixty: --sixty,

three score.[ql

8347. Sheshak {shay-shak'}; of foreign derivation; Sheshak, a

symbol. name of Babylon: --Sheshach.[ql

8348. Sheshan {shay-shawn'}; perhaps for 7799; lily; Sheshan, an

Israelite: --Sheshan.[ql

8349. Shashaq {shaw-shak'}; probably from the base of 7785;

pedestrian; Shashak, an Israelite: --Shashak.[ql

8350. shashar {shaw-shar'}; perhaps from the base of 8324 in the

sense of that of 8320; red ochre (from its piercing color):


8351. sheth (Numbers 24:17) {shayth}; from 7582; tumult: --Sheth.[ql

8352. Sheth {shayth}; from 7896; put, i.e. substituted; Sheth, third

son of Adam: --Seth, Sheth.[ql

8353. sheth (Aramaic) {shayth}; or shith (Aramaic) {sheeth};

corresponding to 8337: --six(-th).[ql

8354. shathah {shaw-thaw'}; a primitive root; to imbibe (literally

or figuratively): --X assuredly, banquet, X certainly, drink(-er,

-ing), drunk (X -ard), surely. [Prop. intensive of 8248.][ql

8355. sh@thah (Aramaic) {sheth-aw'}; corresponding to 8354:


8356. shathah {shaw-thaw'}; from 7896; a basis, i.e. (figuratively)

political or moral support: --foundation, purpose.[ql

8357. shethah {shay-thaw'}; from 7896; the seat (of the person):


8358. sh@thiy {sheth-ee'}; from 8354; intoxicaion: --drunkenness.[ql

8359. sh@thiy {sheth-ee'}; from 7896; a fixture, i.e. the warp in

weaving: --warp.[ql

8360. sh@thiyah {sheth-ee-yaw'}; feminine of 8358; potation:


8361. shittiyn (Aramaic) {shit-teen'}; corresponding to 8346

[compare 8353]; sixty: --threescore.[ql

8362. shathal {shaw-thal'}; a primitive root; to transplant:


8363. sh@thiyl {sheth-eel'}; from 8362; a sprig (as if

transplanted), i.e. sucker: --plant.[ql

8364. Shuthalchiy {shoo-thal-kee'}; patronymically from 7803; a

Shuthalchite (collectively) or descendants of Shuthelach:


8365. shatham {shaw-tham'}; a primitive root; to unveil

(figuratively): --be open.[ql

8366. shathan {shaw-than'}; a primitive root; (causatively) to make

water, i.e. urinate: --piss.[ql

8367. shathaq {shaw-thak'}; a primitive root; to subside: --be calm,

cease, be quiet.[ql

8368. sathar {saw-thar'}; a primitive root; to break out (as an

eruption): --have in [one's] secret parts.[ql

8369. Shethar {shay-thawr'}; of foreign derivation; Shethar, a

Persian satrap: --Shethar.[ql

8370. Sh@thar Bowz@nay {sheth-ar' bo-zen-ah'-ee}; of foreign

derivation; Shethar-Bozenai, a Persian officer: --Shethar-boznai.[ql

8371. shathath {shaw-thath'}; a primitive root; to place, i.e.

array; reflex. to lie: --be laid, set.[ql

8372. ta> {taw}; and (feminine) ta>ah (Ezek. 40:12) {taw-aw'}; from

(the base of) 8376; a room (as circumscribed): --(little)


8373. ta>ab {taw-ab'}; a primitive root; to desire: --long.[ql

8374. ta>ab {taw-ab'}; a primitive root [probably identical with

8373 through the idea of puffing disdainfully at; compare 340]; to

loathe (morally): --abhor.[ql

8375. ta>abah {tah-ab-aw'}; from 8374 [compare 15]; desire:


8376. ta>ah {taw-aw'}; a primitive root; to mark off, i.e.

(intensively) designate: --point out.[ql

8377. t@>ow {teh-o'}; and tow> (the original form) {toh}; from 8376;

a species of antelope (probably from the white stripe on the cheek):

--wild bull (ox).[ql

8378. ta>avah {tah-av-aw'}; from 183 (abbreviated); a longing; by

implication, a delight (subjectively, satisfaction, objectively, a

charm): --dainty, desire, X exceedingly, X greedily, lust(ing),

pleasant. See also 6914.[ql

8379. ta>avah {tah-av-aw'}; from 8376; a limit, i.e. full extent:

--utmost bound.[ql

8380. ta>owm {taw-ome'}; or ta>om {taw-ome'}; from 8382; a twin (in

plural only), literally or figuratively: --twins.[ql

8381. ta>alah {tah-al-aw'}; from 422; an imprecation: --curse.[ql

8382. ta>am {taw-am'}; a primitive root; to be complete; but used

only as denominative from 8380, to be (causatively, make) twinned,

i.e. (figuratively) duplicate or (arch.) jointed: --coupled

(together), bear twins.[ql

8383. t@>un {teh-oon'}; from 205; naughtiness, i.e. toil: --lie.[ql

8384. t@>en {teh-ane'}; or (in the singular, feminine) t@>enah

{teh-ay-naw'}; perhaps of foreign derivation; the fig (tree or

fruit): --fig (tree).[ql

8385. ta>anah {tah-an-aw'}; or to>anah {to-an-aw'}; from 579; an

opportunity or (subjectively) purpose: --occasion.[ql

8386. ta>aniyah {tah-an-ee-yaw'}; from 578; lamentation:

--heaviness, mourning.[ql

8387. Ta>anath Shiloh {tah-an-ath' shee-lo'}; from 8385 and 7887;

approach of Shiloh; Taanath-Shiloh, a place in Palestine:


8388. ta>ar {taw-ar'}; a primitive root; to delineate; reflex. to

extend: --be drawn, mark out, [Rimmon-]methoar [by union with


8389. to>ar {to'-ar}; from 8388; outline, i.e. figure or appearance:

--+ beautiful, X comely, countenance, + fair, X favoured, form, X

goodly, X resemble, visage.[ql

8390. Ta>area< {tah-ar-ay'-ah}; perhaps from 772; Taarea, an

Israelite: --Tarea. See 8475.[ql

8391. t@>ashshuwr {teh-ash-shoor'}; from 833; a species of cedar

(from its erectness): --box (tree).[ql

8392. tebah {tay-baw'}; perhaps of foreign derivation; a box:


8393. t@buw>ah {teb-oo-aw'}; from 935; income, i.e. produce

(literally or figuratively): --fruit, gain, increase, revenue.[ql

8394. tabuwn {taw-boon'}; and (feminine) t@buwnah {teb-oo-naw'}; or

towbunah {to-boo-naw'}; from 995; intelligence; by implication, an

argument; by extension, caprice: --discretion, reason, skilfulness,

understanding, wisdom.[ql

8395. t@buwcah {teb-oo-saw'}; from 947; a treading down, i.e. ruin:


8396. Tabowr {taw-bore'}; from a root corresponding to 8406; broken

region; Tabor, a mountain in Palestine, also a city adjacent:


8397. tebel {teh'-bel}; apparently from 1101; mixture, i.e.

unnatural bestiality: --confusion.[ql

8398. tebel {tay-bale'}; from 2986; the earth (as moist and

therefore inhabited); by extension, the globe; by implication, its

inhabitants; specifically, a partic. land, as Babylonia, Palestine:

--habitable part, world.[ql

8399. tabliyth {tab-leeth'}; from 1086; consumption:


8400. t@ballul {teb-al-lool'}; from 1101 in the original sense of

flowing: a cataract (in the eye): --blemish.[ql

8401. teben {teh'-ben}; probably from 1129; properly, material, i.e.

(specifically) refuse haum or stalks of grain (as chopped in

threshing and used for fodder): --chaff, straw, stubble.[ql

8402. Tibni {tib-nee'}; from 8401; strawy; Tibni, an Israelite:


8403. tabniyth {tab-neeth'}; from 1129; structure; by implication, a

model, resemblance: --figure, form, likeness, pattern,


8404. Tab<erah {tab-ay-raw'}; from 1197; burning; Taberah, a place

in the Desert: --Taberah.[ql

8405. Tebets {tay-bates'}; from the same as 948; whiteness; Tebets,

a place in Palestine: --Thebez.[ql

8406. t@bar (Aramaic) {teb-ar'}; corresponding to 7665; to be

fragile (figuratively): --broken.[ql

8407. Tiglath Pil>ecer {tig-lath' pil-eh'-ser}; or Tiglath P@lecer

{tig-lath pel-eh-ser}; or Tilgath Piln@>ecer {til-gath'

pil-neh-eh'-ser} or Tilgath Pilnecer {til-gath' pil-neh'-ser}; of

foreign derivation; Tiglath-Pileser or Tilgath-pilneser, an Assyr.

king: --Tiglath-pileser, Tilgath-pilneser.[ql

8408. tagmuwl {tag-mool'}; from 1580; a bestowment: --benefit.[ql

8409. tigrah {tig-raw'}; from 1624; strife, i.e. infliction:


8410. tidhar {tid-hawr'}; apparently from 1725; enduring; a species

of hard-wood or lasting tree (perhaps oak): --pine (tree).[ql

8411. t@diyra> (Aramaic) {ted-ee-raw'}; from 1753 in the original

sense of enduring; permanence, i.e. (adverb) constantly:


8412. Tadmor {tad-more'}; or Tammor (1 Kings 9:18) {tam-more'};

apparently from 8558; palm-city; Tadmor, a place near Palestine:


8413. Tid<al {tid-awl'}; perhaps from 1763; fearfulness; Tidal, a

Canaanite: --Tidal.[ql

8414. tohuw {to'-hoo}; from an unused root meaning to lie waste; a

desolation (of surface), i.e. desert; figuratively, a worthless

thing; adverbially, in vain: --confusion, empty place, without form,

nothing, (thing of) nought, vain, vanity, waste, wilderness.[ql

8415. t@howm {teh-home'}; or t@hom {teh-home'}; (usually feminine)

from 1949; an abyss (as a surging mass of water), especially the

deep (the main sea or the subterranean water-supply): --deep

(place), depth.[ql

8416. t@hillah {teh-hil-law'}; from 1984; laudation; specifically

(concretely) a hymn: --praise.[ql

8417. toholah {to-hol-aw'}; feminine of an unused noun (apparently

from 1984) meaning bluster; braggadocio, i.e. (by implication)

fatuity: --folly.[ql

8418. tahalukah {tah-hal-oo-kaw'}; from 1980; a procession: --X


8419. tahpukah {tah-poo-kaw'}; from 2015; a perversity or fraud:

--(very) froward(-ness, thing), perverse thing.[ql

8420. tav {tawv}; from 8427; a mark; by implication, a signature:

--desire, mark.[ql

8421. tuwb (Aramaic) {toob}; corresponding to 7725, to come back;

specifically (transitive and ellip.) to reply: --answer, restore,

return (an answer).[ql

8422. Tuwbal {too-bal'}; or Tubal {too-bal'}; probably of foreign

derivation; Tubal, a postdiluvian patriarch and his posterity:


8424. tuwgah {too-gaw'}; from 3013; depression (of spirits);

concretely a grief: --heaviness, sorrow.[ql

8425. Towgarmah {to-gar-maw'}; or Togarmah {to-gar-maw'}; probably

of foreign derivation; Togarmah, a son of Gomer and his posterity:


8426. towdah {to-daw'}; from 3034; properly, an extension of the

hand, i.e. (by implication) avowal, or (usually) adoration;

specifically, a choir of worshippers: --confession, (sacrifice of)

praise, thanks(-giving, offering).[ql

8427. tavah {taw-vaw'}; a primitive root; to mark out, i.e.

(primitive) scratch or (definite) imprint: --scrabble, set [a


8428. tavah {taw-vaw'}; a primitive root [or perhaps ident. with

8427 through a similar idea from scraping to pieces]; to grieve:

--limit [by confusion with 8427].[ql

8429. t@vahh (Aramaic) {tev-ah'}; corresponding to 8539 or perhaps

to 7582 through the idea of sweeping to ruin [compare 8428]; to

amaze, i.e. (reflex. by implication) take alarm: --be astonied.[ql

8430. Towach {to'-akh}; from an unused root meaning to depress;

humble; Toach, an Israelite: --Toah.[ql

8431. towcheleth {to-kheh'-leth}; from  3176; expectation:


8432. tavek {taw'-vek}; from an unused root meaning to sever; a

bisection, i.e. (by implication) the centre: --among(-st), X

between, half, X (there-,where-), in(-to), middle, mid[-night],

midst (among), X out (of), X through, X with(-in).[ql

8433. towkechah {to-kay-khaw'}; and towkachath {to-kakh'-ath}; from

3198; chastisement; figuratively (by words) correction, refutation,

proof (even in defence): --argument, X chastened, correction,

reasoning, rebuke, reproof, X be (often) reproved.[ql

8434. Towlad {to-lawd'}; from 3205; posterity; Tolad, a place in

Palestine: --Tolad. Compare 513.[ql

8435. towl@dah {to-led-aw'}; or tol@dah {to-led-aw'}; from 3205;

(plural only) descent, i.e. family; (figuratively) history: --birth,


8436. Tuwlon {too-lone'}; from 8524; suspension; Tulon, an

Israelite: --Tilon [from the margin].[ql

8437. towlal {to-lawl'}; from 3213; causing to howl, i.e. an

oppressor: --that wasted.[ql

8438. towla< {to-law'}; and (feminine) towle<ah {to-lay-aw'}; or

towla<ath {to-lah'-ath}; or tola<ath {to-lah'-ath}; from 3216; a

maggot (as voracious); specifically (often with ellipsis of 8144)

the crimson-grub, but used only (in this connection) of the color

from it, and cloths dyed therewith: --crimson, scarlet, worm.[ql

8439. Towla< {to-law'}; the same as 8438; worm; Tola, the name of

two Israelites: --Tola.[ql

8440. Towla<iy {to-law-ee'}; patronymically from 8439; a Tolaite

(collectively) or descendants of Tola: --Tolaites.[ql

8441. tow<ebah {to-ay-baw'}; or to<ebah {to-ay-baw'}; feminine

active participle of 8581; properly, something disgusting (morally),

i.e. (as noun) an abhorrence; especially idolatry or (concretely) an

idol: --abominable (custom, thing), abomination.[ql

8442. tow<ah {to-aw'}; feminine active participle of 8582; mistake,

i.e. (morally) impiety, or (political) injury: --error, hinder.[ql

8443. tow<aphah {to-aw-faw'}; from 3286; (only in plural collective)

weariness, i.e. (by implication) toil (treasure so obtained) or

speed: --plenty, strength.[ql

8444. towtsa>ah {to-tsaw-aw'}; or totsa>ah {to-tsaw-aw'}; from 3318;

(only in plural collective) exit, i.e. (geographical) boundary, or

(figuratively) deliverance, (actively) source: --border(-s),

going(-s) forth (out), issues, outgoings.[ql

8445. Towqahath {to-kah'-ath}; from the same as 3349; obedience;

Tokahath, an Israelite: --Tikvath [by correction for 8616].[ql

8446. tuwr {toor}; a primitive root; to meander (causatively, guide)

about, especially for trade or reconnoitring: --chap[-man], sent to

descry, be excellent, merchant[-man], search (out), seek, (e-)spy


8447. towr {tore}; or tor {tore}; from 8446; a succession, i.e. a

string or (abstractly) order: --border, row, turn.[ql

8448. towr {tore}; probably the same as 8447; a manner (as a sort of

turn): --estate.[ql

8449. towr {tore}; or tor {tore}; probably the same as 8447; a

ring-dove, often (figuratively) as a term of endearment: --(turtle)


8450. towr (Aramaic) {tore}; corresponding (by permutation) to 7794;

a bull: --bullock, ox.[ql

8451. towrah {to-raw'}; or torah {to-raw'}; from 3384; a precept or

statute, especially the Decalogue or Pentateuch: --law.[ql

8452. towrah {to-raw'}; probably feminine of 8448; a custom:


8453. towshab {to-shawb'}; or toshab (1 Kings 17:1) {to-shawb'};

from 3427; a dweller (but not outlandish [5237]); especially (as

distinguished from a native citizen [active participle of 3427] and

a temporary inmate [1616] or mere lodger [3885]) resident alien:

--foreigner, inhabitant, sojourner, stranger.[ql

8454. tuwshiyah {too-shee-yaw'}; or tushiyah { too-shee-yaw'}; from

an unused root probably meaning to substantiate; support or (by

implication) ability, i.e. (direct) help, (in purpose) an

undertaking, (intellectual) understanding: --enterprise, that which

(thing as it) is, substance, (sound) wisdom, working.[ql

8455. towthach {to-thawkh'}; from an unused root meaning to smite; a

club: --darts.[ql

8456. tazaz {taw-zaz'}; a primitive root; to lop off: --cut down.[ql

8457. taznuwth {taz-nooth'}; or taznuth {taz-nooth'}; from 2181;

harlotry, i.e. (figuratively) idolatry: --fornication, whoredom.[ql

8458. tachbulah {takh-boo-law'}; or tachbuwlah {takh-boo-law'}; from

2254 as denominative from 2256; (only in plural) properly, steerage

(as a management of ropes), i.e. (figuratively) guidance or (by

implication) a plan: --good advice, (wise) counsels.[ql

8459. Tochuw {to'-khoo}; from an unused root meaning to depress;

abasement; Tochu, an Israelite: --Tohu.[ql

8460. t@chowth (Aramaic) {tekh-oth'}; or t@choth (Aramaic)

{tekh-oth'}; corresponding to 8478; beneath: --under.

8461. Tachk@moniy {takh-kem-o-nee'}; probably for 2453; sagacious;

Tachkemoni, an Israelite: --Tachmonite.[ql

8462. t@chillah {tekh-il-law'}; from 2490 in the sense of opening; a

commencement; rel. original (adverb, -ly): --begin(-ning), first


8463. tachaluw> {takh-al-oo'}; or tachalu> {takh-al-oo'}; from 2456;

a malady: --disease, X grievous, (that are) sick(-ness).[ql

8464. tachmac {takh-mawce'}; from 2554; a species of unclean bird

(from its violence), perhaps an owl: --night hawk.[ql

8465. Tachan {takh'-an}; probably from 2583; station; Tachan, the

name of two Israelites: --Tahan.[ql

8466. tachanah {takh-an-aw'}; from 2583; (only plural collectively)

an encampment: --camp.[ql

8467. t@chinnah {tekh-in-naw'}; from 2603; graciousness;

causatively, entreaty: --favour, grace, supplication.[ql

8468. T@chinnah {tekh-in-naw'}; the same as 8467; Techinnah, an

Israelite: --Tehinnah.[ql

8469. tachanuwn {takh-an-oon'}; or (feminine) tachanuwnah

{takh-an-oo-naw'}; from 2603; earnest prayer: --intreaty,


8470. Tachaniy {takh-an-ee'}; patronymically from 8465; a Tachanite

(collectively) or descendants of Tachan: --Tahanites.[ql

8471. Tachpanchec {takh-pan-khace'}; or T@chaphn@chec (Ezek. 30:18)

{tekh-af-nekh-ace'}; or Tachp@nec (Jeremiah 2:16) {takh-pen-ace'};

of Egyptian derivation; Tachpanches, Techaphneches or Tachpenes, a

place in Egypt: --Tahapanes, Tahpanhes, Tehaphnehes.[ql

8472. Tachp@neyc {takh-pen-ace'}; of Egyptian derivation; Tachpenes,

an Egyptian woman: --Tahpenes.[ql

8473. tachara> {takh-ar-aw'}; from 2734 in the original sense of

2352 or 2353; a linen corslet (as white or hollow): --habergeon.[ql

8474. tacharah {takh-aw-raw'}; a facitious root from 2734 through

the idea of the heat of jealousy; to vie with a rival: --close,


8475. Tachrea< {takh-ray'-ah}; for 8390; Tachrea, an Israelite:


8476. tachash {takh'-ash}; probably of foreign derivation; a (clean)

animal with fur, probably a species of antelope: --badger.[ql

8477. Tachash {takh'-ash}; the same as 8476; Tachash, a relative of

Abraham: --Thahash.[ql

8478. tachath {takh'-ath}; from the same as 8430; the bottom (as

depressed); only adverbially, below (often with prepositional prefix

underneath), in lieu of, etc.: --as, beneath, X flat, in(-stead),

(same) place (where...is), room, for...sake, stead of, under, X

unto, X when...was mine, whereas, [where-]fore, with.[ql

8479. tachath (Aramaic) {takh'-ath}; corresponding to 8478:


8480. Tachath {takh'-ath}; the same as 8478; Tachath, the name of a

place in the Desert, also of three Israelites: --Tahath.[ql

8481. tachtown {takh-tone'}; or tachton {takh-tone'}; from 8478;

bottommost: --lower(-est), nether(-most).[ql

8482. tachtiy {takh-tee'}; from 8478; lowermost; as noun (feminine

plural) the depths (figuratively, a pit, the womb): --low (parts,

-er, -er parts, -est), nether (part).[ql

8384. Tachtiym Chodshiy {takh-teem' khod-shee'}; apparently from the

plural masculine of 8482 or 8478 and 2320; lower (ones) monthly;

Tachtim-Chodshi, a place in Palestine: --Tahtim-hodshi.[ql

8484. tiykown {tee-kone'}; or tiykon {tee-kone'}; from 8432;

central: --middle(-most), midst.[ql

8485. Teyma> {tay-maw'}; or Tema> {tay-maw'}; probably of foreign

derivation; Tema, a son of Ishmael, and the region settled by him:


8486. teyman {tay-mawn'}; or teman {tay-mawn'}; denominative from

3225; the south (as being on the right hand of a person facing the

east): --south (side, -ward, wind).[ql

8487. Teyman {tay-mawn'}; or Teman {tay-mawn'}; the same as 8486;

Teman, the name of two Edomites, and of the region and descendant of

one of them: --south, Teman.[ql

8488. Teym@niy {tay-men-ee'}; probably for 8489; Temeni, an

Israelite: --Temeni.[ql

8489. Teymaniy {tay-maw-nee'}; patronymically from 8487; a Temanite

or descendant of Teman: --Temani, Temanite.[ql

8490. tiymarah {tee-maw-raw'}; or timarah {tee-maw-raw'}; from the

same as 8558; a column, i.e. cloud: --pillar.[ql

8491. Tiytsiy {tee-tsee'}; patrial or patronymically from an unused

noun of uncertain meaning; a Titsite or descendant or inhabitant of

an unknown Tits: --Tizite.[ql

8492. tiyrowsh {tee-roshe'}; or tiyrosh {tee-roshe'}; from 3423 in

the sense of expulsion; must or fresh grape-juice (as just squeezed

out); by implication (rarely) fermented wine: --(new, sweet)


8493. Tiyr@ya> {tee-reh-yaw'}; probably from 3372; fearful, Tirja,

an Israelite: --Tiria.[ql

8494. Tiyrac {tee-rawce'}; probably of foreign derivation; Tiras, a

son of Japheth: --Tiras.[ql

8495. tayish {tah'-yeesh}; from an unused root meaning to butt; a

buck or he-goat (as given to butting): --he goat.[ql

8496. tok {toke}; or towk (Psa. 72:14) {toke}; from the same base as

8432 (in the sense of cutting to pieces); oppression: --deceit,


8497. takah {taw-kaw'}; a primitive root; to strew, i.e. encamp:

--sit down.[ql

8498. t@kuwnah {tek-oo-naw'}; feminine passive participle of 8505;

adjustment, i.e. structure; by implication, equipage: --fashion,


8499. t@kuwnah {tek-oo-naw'}; from 3559; or probably ident. with

8498; something arranged or fixed, i.e. a place: --seat.[ql

8500. tukkiy {took-kee'}; or tuwkkiy {took-kee'}; probably of

foreign derivation; some imported creature, probably a peacock:


8501. takak {taw-kawk'}; from an unused root meaning to dissever,

i.e. crush: --deceitful.[ql

8502. tiklah {tik-law'}; from 3615; completeness: --perfection.[ql

8503. takliyth {tak-leeth'}; from 3615; completion; by implication,

an extremity: --end, perfect(-ion).[ql

8504. t@keleth {tek-ay'-leth}; probably for 7827; the cerulean

mussel, i.e. the color (violet) obtained therefrom or stuff dyed

therewith: --blue.[ql

8505. takan {taw-kan'}; a primitive root; to balance, i.e. measure

out (by weight or dimension); figuratively, arrange, equalize,

through the idea of levelling (ment. estimate, test): --bear up,

direct, be ([un-])equal, mete, ponder, tell, weigh.[ql

8506. token {to'-ken}; from 8505; a fixed quantity: --measure,


8507. Token {to'-ken}; the same as 8506; Token, a place in

Palestine: --Tochen.[ql

8508. tokniyth {tok-neeth'}; from 8506; admeasurement, i.e.

consummation: --pattern, sum.[ql

8509. takriyk {tak-reek'}; apparently from an unused root meaning to

encompass; a wrapper or robe: --garment.[ql

8510. tel {tale}; by contraction from 8524; a mound: --heap, X


8511. tala> {taw-law'}; a primitive root; to suspend; figuratively

(through hesitation) to be uncertain; by implication (of mental

dependence) to habituate: --be bent, hang (in doubt).[ql

8512. Tel >Abiyb {tale aw-beeb'}; from 8510 and 24; mound of green

growth; Tel-Abib, a place in Chaldaea: --Tel-abib.[ql

8513. t@la>ah {tel-aw-aw'}; from 3811; distress: --travail, travel,


8514. tal>uwbah {tal-oo-baw'}; from 3851; desiccation: --great


8515. T@la>ssar {tel-as-sar'}; or T@lassar {tel-as-sar'}; of foreign

derivation; Telassar, a region of Assyria: --Telassar.[ql

8516. talbosheth {tal-bo'-sheth}; from 3847; a garment:


8517. t@lag (Aramaic) {tel-ag'}; corresponding to 7950; snow:


8518. talah {taw-law'}; a primitive root; to suspend (especially to

gibbet): --hang (up).[ql

8519. t@luwnah {tel-oo-naw'}; or t@lunnah {tel-oon-naw'}; from 3885

in the sense of obstinacy; a grumbling: --murmuring.[ql

8520. Telach {teh'-lakh}; probably from an unused root meaning to

dissever; breach; Telach, an Israelite: --Telah.[ql

8521. Tel Charsha> {tale khar-shaw'}; from 8510 and the feminine of

2798; mound of workmanship; Tel-Charsha, a place in Babylonia:

--Tel-haresha, Tel-harsa.[ql

8522. t@liy {tel-ee'}; probably from 8518; a quiver (as slung):


8523. t@liythay (Aramaic) {tel-ee-thah'-ee}; or taltiy (Aramaic)

{tal-tee'}; ordinal from 8532; third: --third.[ql

8524. talal {taw-lal'}; a primitive root; to pile up, i.e. elevate:

--eminent. Compare 2048.[ql

8525. telem {teh'-lem}; from an unused root meaning to accumulate; a

bank or terrace: --furrow, ridge.[ql

8526. Talmay {tal-mah'-ee}; from 8525; ridged; Talmai, the name of a

Canaanite and a Syrian: --Talmai.[ql

8527. talmiyd {tal-meed'}; from 3925; a pupil: --scholar.[ql

8528. Tel Melach {tale meh'-lakh}; from 8510 and 4417; mound of

salt;Tel-Melach, a place in Babylonia: --Tel-melah.[ql

8529. tala< {taw-law'}; a denominative from 8438; to crimson, i.e.

dye that color: --X scarlet.[ql

8530. talpiyah {tal-pee-yaw'}; feminine from an unused root meaning

to tower; something tall, i.e. (plural collective) slenderness:


8531. t@lath (Aramaic) {tel-ath'}; from 8532; a tertiary rank:


8532. t@lath (Aramaic) {tel-awth'}; masculine t@lathah (Aramaic)

{tel-aw-thaw'}; or t@latha> (Aramaic) {tel-aw-thaw'}; corresponding

to 7969; three or third: --third, three.[ql

8533. t@lathiyn (Aramaic) {tel-aw-theen'}; mult. of 8532; ten times

three: --thirty.[ql

8534. taltal {tal-tal'}; by reduplication, from 8524 through the

idea of vibration; a trailing bough (as pendulous): --bushy.[ql

8535. tam {tawm}; from 8552; complete; usually (morally) pious;

specifically, gentle, dear: --coupled together, perfect, plain,

undefiled, upright.[ql

8536. tam (Aramaic) {tawm}; corresponding to 8033; there: --X

thence, there, X where.[ql

8537. tom {tome}; from 8552; completeness; figuratively, prosperity;

usually (morally) innocence: --full, integrity, perfect(-ion),

simplicity, upright(-ly, -ness), at a venture. See 8550.[ql

8538. tummah {toom-maw'}; feminine of 8537; innocence:


8539. tamahh {taw-mah'}; a primitive root; to be in consternation:

--be amazed, be astonished, marvel(-lously), wonder.[ql

8540. t@mahh (Aramaic) {tem-ah'}; from a root corresponding to 8539;

a miracle: --wonder.[q

8541. timmahown {tim-maw-hone'}; from 8539; consternation:


8542. Tammuwz {tam-mooz'}; of uncertain derivation; Tammuz, a

Phoenician deity: --Tammuz.[ql

8543. t@mowl {tem-ole'}; or t@mol {tem-ole'}; probably for 865;

properly, ago, i.e. a (short or long) time since; especially

yesterday, or (with 8032) day before yesterday: --+ before (-time),

+ these [three] days, + heretofore, + time past, yesterday.[ql

8544. t@muwnah {tem-oo-naw'}; or t@munah {tem-oo-naw'}; from 4327;

something portioned (i.e. fashioned) out, as a shape, i.e.

(indefinitely) phantom, or (specifically) embodiment, or

(figuratively) manifestation (of favor): --image, likeness,


8545. t@muwrah {tem-oo-raw'}; from 4171; barter, compensation:

--(ex-)change(-ing), recompense, restitution.[ql

8546. t@muwthah {tem-oo-thaw'}; from 4191; execution (as a doom):

--death, die.[ql

8547.Temach {teh'-makh}; of uncertain derivation; Temach, one of the

Nethinim: --Tamah, Thamah.[ql

8548. tamiyd {taw-meed'}; from an unused root meaning to stretch;

properly, continuance (as indefinite extension); but used only

(attributively as adjective) constant (or adverbially, constantly);

ellipt. the regular (daily) sacrifice: --alway(-s), continual

(employment, -ly), daily, ([n-])ever(-more), perpetual.[ql

8549. tamiym {taw-meem'}; from 8552; entire (literally, figuratively

or morally); also (as noun) integrity, truth: --without blemish,

complete, full, perfect, sincerely (-ity), sound, without spot,

undefiled, upright(-ly), whole.[ql

8550. Tummiym {toom-meem'}; plural of 8537; perfections, i.e.

(techn.) one of the epithets of the objects in the high-priest's

breastplate as an emblem of complete Truth: --Thummim.[ql

8551. tamak {taw-mak'}; a primitive root; to sustain; by

implication, to obtain, keep fast; figuratively, to help, follow

close: --(take, up-)hold (up), maintain, retain, stay (up).[ql

8552. tamam {taw-mam'}; a primitive root; to complete, in a good or

a bad sense, literal, or figurative, transitive or intransitive (as

follows): --accomplish, cease, be clean [pass-]ed, consume, have

done, (come to an, have an, make an) end, fail, come to the full, be

all gone, X be all here, be (make) perfect, be spent, sum, be (shew

self) upright, be wasted, whole.[ql

8553. Timnah {tim-naw'}; from 4487; a portion assigned; Timnah, the

name of two places in Palestine: --Timnah, Timnath, Thimnathah.[ql

8554. Timniy {tim-nee'}; patrial from 8553; a Timnite or inhabitant

of Timnah: --Timnite.[ql

8555. Timna< {tim-naw'}; from 4513; restraint; Timna, the name of

two Edomites: --Timna, Timnah.[ql

8556. Timnath Cherec {tim-nath kheh'-res}; or Timnath Cerach

{tim-nath seh'-rakh}; from 8553 and 2775; portion of (the) sun;

Timnath-Cheres, a place in Palestine: --Timnath-heres,


8557. temec {teh'-mes}; from 4529; liquefaction, i.e. disappearance:


8558. tamar {taw-mawr'}; from an unused root meaning to be erect; a

palm tree: --palm (tree).[ql

8559. Tamar {taw-mawr'}; the same as 8558; Tamar, the name of three

women and a place: --Tamar.[ql

8560. tomer {to'-mer}; from the same root as 8558; a palm trunk:

--palm tree.[ql

8561. timmor (plural only) {tim-more'}; or (feminine) timmorah

(singular and plural) {tim-mo-raw'}; from the same root as 8558;

(arch.) a palm-like pilaster (i.e. umbellate): --palm tree.[ql

8562. tamruwq {tam-rook'}; or tamruq {tam-rook'}; or tamriyq

{tam-reek'}; from 4838; properly, a scouring, i.e. soap or perfumery

for the bath; figuratively, a detergent: --X cleanse, (thing for)


8563. tamruwr {tam-roor'}; from 4843; bitterness (plural as

collective): --X most bitter(-ly).[ql

8564. tamruwr {tam-roor'}; from the same root as 8558; an erection,

i.e. pillar (probably for a guide-board): --high heap.[ql

8565. tan {tan}; from an unused root probably meaning to elongate; a

monster (as preternaturally formed), i.e. a sea-serpent (or other

huge marine animal); also a jackal (or other hideous land animal):

--dragon, whale. Compare 8577.[ql

8566. tanah {taw-naw'}; a primitive root; to present (a mercenary

inducement), i.e. bargain with (a harlot): --hire.[ql

8567. tanah {taw-naw'}; a primitive root [identical with 8566

through the idea of attributing honor]; to ascribe (praise), i.e.

celebrate, commemorate: --lament, rehearse.[ql

8568. tannah {tan-naw'}; probably feminine of 8565; a female jackal:


8569. t@nuw>ah {ten-oo-aw'}; from 5106; alienation; by implication,

enmity: --breach of promise, occasion.[ql

8570. t@nuwbah {ten-oo-baw'}; from 5107; produce: --fruit,


8571. t@nuwk {ten-ook'}; perhaps from the same as 594 through the

idea of protraction; a pinnacle, i.e. extremity: --tip.[ql

8572. t@nuwmah {ten-oo-maw'}; from 5123; drowsiness, i.e. sleep:


8573. t@nuwphah {ten-oo-faw'}; from 5130; a brandishing (in threat);

by implication, tumult; specifically, the official undulation of

sacrificial offerings: --offering, shaking, wave (offering).[ql

8574. tannuwr {tan-noor'}; from 5216; a fire-pot: --furnace,


8575. tanchuwm {tan-khoom'}; or tanchum {tan-khoom'}; and (feminine)

tanchuwmah {tan-khoo-maw'}; from 5162; compassion, solace:

--comfort, consolation.[ql

8576. Tanchumeth {tan-khoo'-meth}; for 8575 (feminine); Tanchumeth,

an Israelite: --Tanhumeth.[ql

8577. tanniyn {tan-neen'}; or tanniym (Ezek. 29:3) {tan-neem'};

intensive from the same as 8565; a marine or land monster, i.e.

sea-serpent or jackal: --dragon, sea-monster, serpent, whale.[ql

8578. tinyan (Aramaic) {tin-yawn'}; corresponding to 8147; second:


8579. tinyanuwth (Aramaic) {tin-yaw-nooth'}; from 8578; a second

time: --again.[ql

8580. tanshemeth {tan-sheh'-meth}; from 5395; properly, a hard

breather, i.e. the name of two unclean creatures, a lizard and a

bird (both perhaps from changing color through their irascibility),

probably the tree-toad and the water-hen: --mole, swan.[ql

8581. ta<ab {taw-ab'}; a primitive root; to loathe, i.e. (morally)

detest: --(make to be) abhor(-red), (be, commit more, do)

abominable(-y), X utterly.[ql

8582. ta<ah {taw-aw'}; a primitive root; to vacillate, i.e. reel or

stray (literally or figuratively); also causative of both: --(cause

to) go astray, deceive, dissemble, (cause to, make to) err, pant,

seduce, (make to) stagger, (cause to) wander, be out of the way.[ql

8583. To<uw {to'-oo}; or To<iy {to'-ee}; from 8582; error, Tou or

Toi, a Syrian king: --Toi, Tou.[ql

8584. t@<uwdah {teh-oo-daw'}; from 5749; attestation, i.e. a

precept, usage: --testimony.[ql

8585. t@<alah {teh-aw-law'}; from 5927; a channel (into which water

is raised for irrigation); also a bandage or plaster (as placed upon

a wound): --conduit, cured, healing, little river, trench,


8586. ta<aluwl {tah-al-ool'}; from 5953; caprice (as a fit coming

on), i.e. vexation; concretely a tyrant: --babe, delusion.[ql

8587. ta<alummah {tah-al-oom-maw'}; from 5956; a secret: --thing

that is hid, secret.[ql

8588. ta<anuwg {tah-an-oog'}; or ta<anug {tah-an-oog'}; and

(feminine) ta<anugah {tah-ah-oog-aw'}; from 6026; luxury:

--delicate, delight, pleasant.[ql

8589. ta<aniyth {tah-an-eeth'}; from 6031; affliction (of self),

i.e. fasting: --heaviness.[ql

8590. Ta<anak {tah-an-awk'}; or Ta<nak {tah-nawk'}; of uncertain

derivation; Taanak or Tanak, a place in Palestine: --Taanach,


8591. ta<a< {taw-ah'}; a primitive root; to cheat; by analogy, to

maltreat: --deceive, misuse.[ql

8592. ta<atsumah {tah-ats-oo-maw'}; from 6105; might (plural

collective): --power.[ql

8593. ta<ar {tah'-ar}; from 6168; a knife or razor (as making bare):

also a scabbard (as being bare, i.e. empty): --[pen-]knife, razor,

scabbard, shave, sheath.[ql

8594. ta<arubah {tah-ar-oo-baw'}; from 6148; suretyship, i.e.

(concretely) a pledge: --+ hostage.[ql

8595. ta<tua< {tah-too'-ah}; from 8591; a fraud: --error.[ql

8596. toph {tofe}; from 8608 contracted; a tambourine: --tabret,


8597. tiph>arah {tif-aw-raw'}; or tiph>ereth {tif-eh'-reth}; from

6286; ornament (abstractly or concretely, literally or

figuratively): --beauty(-iful), bravery, comely, fair, glory(-ious),

hono; ornament (abstractly or concretely, literally or

figuratively): --beauty(-iful), bravery, comely, fair, glory(-ious),

honour, majesty.[ql

8598. tappuwach {tap-poo'-akh}; from 5301; an apple (from its

fragrance), i.e. the fruit or the tree (probably includ. others of

the pome order, as the quince, the orange, etc.): --apple (tree).

See also 1054.[ql

8599. Tappuwach {tap-poo'-akh}; the same as 8598; Tappuach, the name

of two places in Palestine, also of an Israelite: --Tappuah.[ql

8600. t@phowtsah {tef-o-tsaw'}; from 6327; a dispersal:


8601. tuphiyn {too-feen'}; from 644; cookery, i.e. (concretely) a

cake: --baked piece.[ql

8602. taphel {taw-fale'}; from an unused root meaning to smear;

plaster (as gummy) or slime; (figuratively) frivolity: --foolish

things, unsavoury, untempered.[ql

8603. Tophel {to'-fel}; from the same as 8602; quagmire; Tophel, a

place near the Desert: --Tophel.[ql

8604. tiphlah {tif-law'}; from the same as 8602; frivolity: --folly,


8605. t@phillah {tef-il-law'}; from 6419; intercession,

supplication; by implication, a hymn: --prayer.[ql

8606. tiphletseth {tif-leh'-tseth}; from 6426; fearfulness:


8607. Tiphcach {tif-sakh'}; from 6452; ford; Tiphsach, a place in

Mesopotamia: --Tipsah.[ql

8608. taphaph {taw-faf'}; a primitive root; to drum, i.e. play (as)

on the tambourine: --taber, play with timbrels.[ql

8609. taphar {taw-far'}; a primitive root; to sew: --(women that)

sew (together).[ql

8610. taphas {taw-fas'}; a primitive root; to manipulate, i.e.

seize; chiefly to capture, wield, specifically, to overlay;

figuratively, to use unwarrantably: --catch, handle, (lay, take)

hold (on, over), stop, X surely, surprise, take.[ql

8611. topheth {to'-feth}; from the base of 8608; a smiting, i.e.

(figuratively) contempt: --tabret.[ql

8612. Topheth {to'-feth}; the same as 8611; Topheth, a place near

Jerusalem: --Tophet, Topheth.[ql

8613. Tophteh {tof-teh'}; probably a form of 8612; Tophteh, a place

of cremation: --Tophet.[ql

8614. tiphtay (Aramaic) {tif-tah'-ee}; perhaps from 8199; judicial,

i.e. a lawyer: --sheriff.[ql

8615. tiqvah {tik-vaw'}; from 6960; literally, a cord (as an

attachment [compare 6961]); figuratively, expectancy: --expectation

([-ted]), hope, live, thing that I long for.[ql

8616. Tiqvah {tik-vaw'}; the same as 8615; Tikvah, the name of two

Israelites: --Tikvah.[ql

8617. t@quwmah {tek-oo-maw'}; from 6965; resistfulness: --power to


8618. t@qowmem {tek-o-mame'}; from 6965; an opponent: --rise up


8619. taqowa< {taw-ko'-ah}; from 8628 (in the musical sense); a

trumpet: --trumpet.[ql

8620. T@qowa< {tek-o'-ah}; a form of 8619; Tekoa, a place in

Palestine: --Tekoa, Tekoah.[ql

8621. T@qow<iy {tek-o-ee'}; or T@qo<iy {tek-o-ee'}; patronymically

from 8620; a Tekoite or inhabitant of Tekoah: --Tekoite.[ql

8622. t@quwphah {tek-oo-faw'}; or t@quphah {tek-oo-faw'}; from 5362;

a revolution, i.e. (of the sun) course, (of time) lapse: --circuit,

come about, end.[ql

8623. taqqiyph {tak-keef'}; from 8630; powerful: --mightier.[ql

8624. taqqiyph (Aramaic) {tak-keef'}; corresponding to 8623:

--mighty, strong.[ql

8625. t@qal (Aramaic) {tek-al'}; corresponding to 8254; to balance:

--Tekel, be weighed.[ql

8626. taqan {taw-kan'}; a primitive root; to equalize, i.e.

straighten (intransitive or transitive); figuratively, to compose:

--set in order, make straight.[ql

8627. t@qan (Aramaic) {tek-an'}; corresponding to 8626; to

straighten up, i.e. confirm: --establish.[ql

8628. taqa< {taw-kah'}; a primitive root; to clatter, i.e. slap (the

hands together), clang (an instrument); by analogy, to drive (a nail

or tent-pin, a dart, etc.); by implication, to become bondsman by

handclasping): --blow ([a trumpet]), cast, clap, fasten, pitch

[tent], smite, sound, strike, X suretiship, thrust.[ql

8629. teqa< {tay-kah'}; from 8628; a blast of a trumpet: --sound.[ql

8630. taqaph {taw-kaf'}; a primitive root; to overpower: --prevail


8631. t@qeph (Aramaic) {tek-afe'}; corresponding to 8630; to become

(causatively, make) mighty or (figuratively) obstinate: --make firm,

harden, be(-come) strong.[ql

8632. t@qoph (Aramaic) {tek-ofe'}; corresponding to 8633; power:

--might, strength.[ql

8633. toqeph {to'-kef}; from 8630; might or (figuratively)

positiveness: --authority, power, strength.[ql

8634. Tar>alah {tar-al-aw'}; probably for 8653; a reeling; Taralah,

a place in Palestine: --Taralah.[ql

8635. tarbuwth {tar-booth'}; from 7235; multiplication, i.e.

progeny: --increase.[ql

8636. tarbiyth {tar-beeth'}; from 7235; multiplication, i.e.

percentage or bonus in addition to principal: --increase, unjust


8637. tirgal {teer-gal'}; a denominative from 7270; to cause to

walk: --teach to go.[ql

8638. tirgam {teer-gam'}; a denominative from 7275 in the sense of

throwing over; to transfer, i.e. translate: --interpret.[ql

8639. tardemah {tar-day-maw'}; from 7290; a lethargy or (by

implication) trance: --deep sleep.[ql

8640. Tirhaqah {teer-haw'-kaw}; of foreign derivation; Tirhakah, a

king of Kush: --Tirhakah.[ql

8641. t@ruwmah {ter-oo-maw'}; or t@rumah (Deut. l2:11)

{ter-oo-maw'}; from 7311; a present (as offered up), especially in

sacrifice or as tribute: --gift, heave offering ([shoulder]),

oblation, offered(-ing).[ql

8642. t@ruwmiyah {ter-oo-mee-yaw'}; formed as 8641; a sacrificial

offering: --oblation.[ql

8643. t@ruw<ah {ter-oo-aw'}; from 7321; clamor, i.e. acclamation of

joy or a battle-cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarum:

--alarm, blow(-ing) (of, the) (trumpets), joy, jubile, loud noise,

rejoicing, shout(-ing), (high, joyful) sound(-ing).[ql

8644. t@ruwphah {ter-oo-faw'}; from 7322 in the sense of its

congener 7495; a remedy: --medicine.[ql

8645. tirzah {teer-zaw'}; probably from 7329; a species of tree

(apparently from its slenderness), perhaps the cypress:


8646. Terach {teh'-rakh}; of uncertain derivation; Terach, the

father of Abraham; also a place in the Desert: --Tarah, Terah.[ql

8647. Tirchanah {teer-khan-aw'}; of uncertain derivation; Tirchanah,

an Israelite: --Tirhanah.[ql

8648. t@reyn (Aramaic) {ter-ane'}; feminine tarteyn {tar-tane'};

corresponding to 8147; two: --second, + twelve, two.[ql

8649. tormah {tor-maw'}; and tarmuwth {tar-mooth'}; or tarmiyth

{tar-meeth'}; from 74ll; fraud: --deceit(-ful), privily.[ql

8650. toren {to'-ren}; probably for 766; a pole (as a mast or

flag-staff): --beacon, mast.[ql

8651. t@ra< (Aramaic) {ter-ah'}; corresponding to 8179; a door; by

implication, a palace: --gate mouth.[ql

8652. tara< (Aramaic) {taw-raw'}; from 8651; a doorkeeper:


8653. tar<elah {tar-ay-law'}; from 7477; reeling: --astonishment,


8654. Tir<athiy {teer-aw-thee'}; patrial from an unused name meaning

gate; a Tirathite or inhabitant of an unknown Tirah: --Tirathite.[ql

8655. t@raphiym {ter-aw-feme'}; plural from 7495; a healer; Teraphim

(singular or plural) a family idol: --idols(-atry), images,


8656. Tirtsah {teer-tsaw'}; from 7521; delightsomeness; Tirtsah, a

place in Palestine; also an Israelitess: --Tirzah.[ql

8657. Teresh {teh'-resh}; of foreign derivation; Teresh, a eunuch of

Xerxes: --Teresh.[ql

8658. tarshiysh {tar-sheesh'}; probably of foreign derivation

[compare 8659]; a gem, perhaps the topaz: --beryl.[ql

8659. Tarshiysh {tar-sheesh'}; probably the same as 8658 (as the

region of the stone, or the reverse); Tarshish, a place on the

Mediterranean, hence, the ephithet of a merchant vessel (as if for

or from that port); also the name of a Persian and of an Israelite:

--Tarshish, Tharshish.[ql

8660. Tirshatha> {teer-shaw-thaw'}; of foreign derivation; the title

of a Persian deputy or governor: --Tirshatha.[ql

8661. Tartan {tar-tawn'}; of foreign derivation; Tartan, an

Assyrian: --Tartan.[ql

8662. Tartaq {tar-tawk'}; of foreign derivation; Tartak, a deity of

the Avvites: --Tartak.[ql

8663. t@shu>ah {tesh-oo-aw'}; from 7722; a crashing or loud clamor:

--crying, noise, shouting, stir.[ql

8664. Tishbiy {tish-bee'}; patrial from an unused name meaning

recourse; a Tishbite or inhabitant of Tishbeh (in Gilead):


8665. tashbets {tash-bates'}; from 7660; checkered stuff (as

reticulated): --broidered.[ql

8666. t@shuwbah {tesh-oo-baw'}; or t@shubah {tesh-oo-baw'}; from

7725; a recurrence (of time or place); a reply (as returned):

--answer, be expired, return.[ql

8667. t@suwmeth {tes-oo-meth'}; from 7760; a deposit, i.e. pledging:

--+ fellowship.[ql

8668. t@shuw<ah {tesh-oo-aw'}; or t@shu<ah {tesh-oo-aw'}; from 7768

in the sense of 3467; rescue (literal or figurative, pers., national

or spir.): --deliverance, help, safety, salvation, victory.[ql

8669. t@shuwqah {tesh-oo-kaw'}; from 7783 in the original sense of

stretching out after; a longing: --desire.[ql

8670. t@shuwrah {tesh-oo-raw'}; from 7788 in the sense of arrival; a

gift: --present.[ql

8671. t@shiy<iy {tesh-ee-ee'}; ord. from 8672; ninth: --ninth.[ql

8672. tesha< {tay'-shah}; or (masculine) tish<ah {tish-aw'}; perhaps

from 8159 through the idea of a turn to the next or full number ten;

nine or (ord.) ninth: --nine (+ -teen, + -teenth, -th).[ql

8673. tish<iym {tish-eem'}; multiple from 8672; ninety: --ninety.[ql

8674. Tatt@nay {tat-ten-ah'-ee}; of foreign derivation; Tattenai, a

Persian: --Tatnai.[ql