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Strong's-NewtonStein Hebrew Lexicon XII
James Strong, Bible Language Scholar
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Strong's-NewtonStein, Hebrew and Greek Lexicons, 1891

8,674 Hebrew Words TRANSLATED INTO 10,874 English Words (KJV);
5,523 Greek Words TRANSLATED INTO 6,064 English Words (KJV);
14,197 Hebrew/Greek Words TRANSLATED INTO 16,938 English (KJV)


All Definitions from "INSPIRED-INERRANT!" View of Scripture!
James Strong, Liberal Theologian, Mason;
Denies Creation, Flood, Virgin Birth, Inspiration, Salvation in Christ alone!
James Strong, "STRONG DELUSION!" Dangerous Definitions!

PART-A - ALL 8,674 Hebrew Words
PART-B - ALL 5,523 Greek Words



Whatever Hebrew Words or definitions you came here seeking today . . . we beg of you first of all:

  1. Take 1 Minute and read Dr. Riplinger's remarks below on the LIBERAL, TRUTH-DENYING beliefs of James Strong, the author of the most used Hebrew and Greek Lexicons in the history of the world!
  2. Take a Couple Of Minutes and read NewtonStein's Intro to Language: Hebrew, Greek and English. You need to know this well, to teach and preach on it, and read it often enough to MEMORIZE the basic Precepts.
  3. And a COUPLE MORE MINUTES and read GOD'S IMPRIMATUR (His literal SIGNATURE, IMAGE, STAMP in Language)
  4. Then take a FEW MINUTES and read about the MOST IMPORTANT WORD and CONCEPT in all language- the FIRST WORD in Hebrew Language, simply combining the first two letters "A B" for AB, meaning FATHER . .  which God Almighty is!
  5. FACT! If we don't understand the FATHER CONCEPT, we haven't even begun to understand  OUR FATHER GOD!

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Dr. G. A. Riplinger On

Greek & Hebrew Lexicons:

 Chapter 7

"Strong Delusion!"

James Strong’s Dangerous Definitions

In the back of his Strong’s Concordance!


Summary: James Strong of Strong’s Concordance:

  1. Strong was a member of the Westcott and Hort Revised Version Committee (RV) of 1881 and worked in masterminding this corrupt version.
  2. Strong was also a member of the American Standard Version Committee, finally published in 1901. It said that Jesus Christ was a creature, not the Creator.
  3. On these committees Strong joined Unitarians (e.g. Thayer),. . . a child molester (Vaughan), . . . followers of Luciferian H.P. Blavatsky (e.g. Ginsburg, Schaff), . . . and a horde of Bible critics (e.g. S. R. Driver), who together changed nearly 10,000 words of the text.
  4. Strong’s Concordance definitions are often the very words of these corrupt versions and also the Koran.
  5. Strong also gathered his definitions from Gesenius’ corrupt Hebrew Lexicon. His work also accesses the corrupt lexicons of Liddell-Scott, Thayer, Brown, Driver, and Briggs. All merit chapters in this book.
  6. Strong’s Greek text is not always that which underlies the Oldest Versions of the English Bible: Wycliffe's, Tyndles, Geneva (Puritan-Pilgrims) and King James Bible.
  7. Strong’s various definitions may not give anywhere near a literal translation of the Greek.
  8. Almost all of the latest editions of Strong’s Concordance are not even Strong’s original. In the Greek and Hebrew lexicons in the back section, they contain even more corrupt definitions from new version editors.
  9. In the main body of the concordance, which originally was correct, the new editions omit important KJB usages of the word ‘Jesus’ in order to match corrupt new versions.
  10. Almost to the man, the names mentioned above did NOT believe in:
  •  The Inspired-Inerrant-Infallible Word of God,
  • Creation by direct act of God,
  • Noah's Universal Flood; . . .
  • neither the Literal Heaven,
  • Hell,
  • Adversary and devils-demons
  • Virgin Birth,
  • Bodily Resurrection of Jesus (or the saved),
  •  or Return of Jesus bodily, . . .
  • nor the exclusive salvation in the Name of Jesus ONLY and by the Blood of Jesus ONLY,
  • or even in Believer's Baptism as a "buried with Christ in Baptism" preferring three drops of water sprinkled on a baby!



Bold Highlight Key Words-Phrases:



Dark Blue in [Square Brackets] for Notes by NewtonStein;



Three-fold:Ministry is

[1] Add depth to Hebrew & Greek Definitions;

[2] Correct the Liberal Bias of James Strong;

[3] Establish Inerrancy-Infalliability of Scripture;


NewtonStein Intro:


1. Hebrew is read from right to left.

The Hebrew Alphabet consists of 22 letters (and their variations), which are all regarded as consonants,

 . . .  being enunciated by the aid of certain "points" or marks, mostly beneath the letters, and which serve as vowels, and as numbers if above the letters, say in powers of ten.

PLEASE REMEMBER . . . in the Biblical Hebrew . . .

  1. there is no distinction of capital and lower case letters, as all are uppercase,
  2. Without Vowels;
  3. Neither is there any punctuation,
  4. Nor spaces between letters,
  5. Nor spaces between words,
  6. Nor spaces between sentences,
  7. Nor spaces between or paragraphs;
  10. Plus the Hebrew is a small language of 8674 Words in the Hebrew Scriptures,
  11. Thus EVERY WORD has more than ONE DEFINITION (some well over 20, 30, or even more!);
  12. Lastly, there were not even spaces between "messages" (*See immediately below)

Consider a "WORD of the LORD as a "message" - that comes to Isaiah. A particular message may be a few verses - or a few pages long.

Say the first message is 10 pages in English Bibles.

  1. Then the second message comes and may be only 6 sentences.
  2. There may be NO separation in the Hebrew or the English!
  3. There may be NO WAY to no that a particular message is several chapters or verses long EXCEPT from deep study - which is God's Goal for us from the beginning!

Remembering also, that messages came to the Prophets and Authors:

  1. They may be addressed to different persons, and/or peoples, or even nations - such as PROPHETS ISAIAH and JEREMIAH addressing various nations and kings!
  2. They may be spoken by different persons, such as the THREE FRIENDS of JOB then a FOURTH FRIEND . . . Such as the switching of speakers in Song of Solomon . . . (can YOU be sure who is speaking in these books?) . . .
  3. They may be speaking about (A) ages past (Jeremiah 4:23-26, or Jeremiah 1) . . . (B) the present age (most of Isaiah and Jeremiah) . . . or the future (C) Isaiah (Isaiah 40-66 mostly) . . . or (D) even speaking of TWO PRSONS/BEING at the same time! (Isaiah 14:12-14, Ezekiel 28:11-19)

Additionally, any two messages may occur as follows:

  1. Both on he same day!
  2. On two consecutive days!
  3. On two consecutive Sabbaths;
  4. Separated by several days, weeks, months or . . .
  5.  . . . even many years, centuries or millennia!

NONE of this is known or can be shown by the language structure of the Hebrew or English Bibles!

The REASON is that GOD REALLY WANTS US TO SPEND TIME IN HIS WORD . . . an HOUR A DAY minimum for non-Teachers, Preachers . . .and 8-16 HOURS A DAY for those called to Minister in the WORD (Acts 6).

"STUDY to show thyself approved unto God, as a workman that needeth not be ashamed!" (2 Timothy 2:15)




Consider the Hebrew Language:

Hebrew was "The Perfect Language" in its original form, as God taught or or programmed into Adam and Eve, and as He gave the Torah to Moses on Mount Sinai.

We must remember, however, that Hebrew "evolved" (deteriorated) over the millennia as all languages do (modern English, street slang and Ebonics are a long way from Shakespeare!) - and attempt to allow for that deterioration.

The the Hebrew of the Torah that God gave to Moses is SUPERIOR to the Hebrew grammar and language of the books of history, Psalms, the prophets, etc.

  1. PLEASE dont misunderstand what was just written!
  2. The TRUTH is not inferior . . . just the language!
  3. FACT: The Gospel as preached by a "Rural Red neck Hillbilly" - 'butchering the King's English' as the cliche goes  . . .
  4.  . . . is JUST AS TRUE as that preached in perfect grammar, denotation and connotation by a Professor of English at Harvard University!

The spoken Hebrew Language of the Hebrew people had decayed from the perfection of Eden to the Children of Israel in slavery in Egypt about 4000 years later, depending on whose chronology you choose to accept:

  • [A] That text of the Masoretic Jews dating back to AD-900's;
  • [B] Or that of the Septuagint Scriptures Jesus used, dating back to several hundred years before Christ;
  • [C] (which adds almost 1500 years to the King James Bible and almost all modern Bibles, . . .
  • [D] . . . which also solves many ancient manuscript problems,  if we accept the version Jesus used!).

With either chronology, those who believe the Inspired-Inerrant-Infallible Truth of God's Word,  must accept the following:

  1. God taught, or programmed, Adam and Eve with Perfect Hebrew;
  2. God also used this 'High Hebrew' in the Torah given to Moses at Sinai;
  3. Over thousands of years High Hebrew eroded into a more informal 'Spoken Hebrew', much as formal British-English eroded into the American dialect, and onto Ebonics and street slang;
  4. Over thousands of years more, it eventually evolved into into the derivative Aramaic Language, which was commonly spoken by the Jews in the days of Jesus;
  5. With informal Hebrew of the later Prophets and the more common Aramaic languages being spoken among the Post-Babylonian Exile Jews, the original Hebrew God taught became a "dead language", meaning it was no longer spoken by the Hebrew people;
  6. It also became LESS UNDERSTOOD even by the Scribes, lawyers and scholars with each generation UNTIL some of its definition and understanding was lost.
  7. EXAMPLE: The NAME of God was lost and NO ONE knows what vowel sounds belong with the consonants for certain, nor even the sound of two of the consonants: "J" v. "Y" and  "H" v. "W".
  8. Phrases like "GOG and MAGOG" have lost their definition, and PLEASE don't believe some babbling fool trying to sell you a book modern "TV Prophecy Book" -  who literally has no study in the languages God has given us His word in.
  9. At the time of Thayer's Lexicon, over 300 Greek Words had no certain definition. Thanks more archeological findings almost every week, that number is being reduced by the decade, but the number is still significant
  10. Finally, even First Century Hebrew continued to evolve into "modern Hebrew" as spoken in Israel in the 20th Century (and Post-AD-2000) . . . making even First Century Bible Hebrew a "dead language" . . . no longer spoken by any nation on Earth . . . and NOT perfectly understood!
  11. **That's why God COMMANDS us to show ourselves APPROVED by "S-T-U-D-Y" of His Word,  . . .
  12.  . . . working at it as a TRUE WORK MAN labors in the fields . . . long hours and great effort: blood, sweat and tears!


FACT: Father God did NOT give a HEBREW LEXICON to Adam in the Garden, or to Moses with the Torah, or to David with the Psalms, etc.

Thus the ONLY WAY to know what any Bible Word means is as follows;

  1. IMMEDIATE CONTEXT: Sadly, the context does NOT explain many extremely important words - such as Church (Matt 16:18) - as Jesus simply spoke with the implication that it was a word they all understood well and needed no definition  . . . and none asked for one . . . as they had other teachings!
  2. LINGUISTICAL CONTEXT: How is the word used in the language as found in letters, books, newspapers, For EXAMPLE: the TWO WORDS translated BAPTISM (most ministers don't even know there are TWO with DIFFERENT MEANINGS . . . one applied to water and one applied to the Holy Spirit . . . and simply understood - ONCE the definitions were clear . . . from common literature found on HOW TO MAKE PICKLES! (WEB SEARCH if unfamiliar! VERY NEAT and INFORMATIVE!)
  3. SCRIPTURAL CONTEXT: A great way to define Scriptural Words is to look up EVERY OTHER TIME THEY ARE USED!
  4. This MUST be done in Hebrew and Greek, however, as ENGLISH words - such as "love" are translated from several different Greek words (eros, phileo, agape, agapao), and ALL have DIFFERENT meanings!
  5. That's why God USED DIFFERENT WORDS!  Thus to translate them all as "LOVE" or "CHARITY", etc., in English becomes a confusing mess very quickly . . . 
  6. . . . and Modern Americans find it difficult to grasp that AGAPE - Divine love - is a mixture of justice, equity and charity and basically DEVOID OF EMOTION and FEELINGS!
  8. FACT: IT is NOT feelings, emotions, singing with expression or praising with tears!
  9. Having affection for Christ is NOT sin, but neither is it love, and millions of modern Americans shed tears regular when talking-singing-praising the Christ who DIED ON CALVARY FOR THEM . . .
  10.  . . . but have NO INTENTION WHATSOEVER to DOING the Commands of Christ and the New Testament!
  11. "Sell what you have and GIVE ALMS! Luke 12:33 - (NOT even put it in Church!) . . . "Having FOOD and RAINMENT, BE CONTENT therewith!" . . . He that hath TWO, let him give ONE to him that hath NONE! . . ."BE RECONCILED with the offended Christian brother-sister (NOT just saying you forgive which is easy!) BEFORE bringing your offering to the altar!" . . .
  12. . . . "Do all that the Pharisees bid you to do but do NOT follow their example!" (they were hypocirtes!). . . Blessing those (speaking goodly and praiseworthy about) THOSE HOW CURSE YOU! . . .
  13. . . . Doing Good to those who DESPITFULLY USE YOU! . . . NOT fighting back against those who take you to court but even giving them MORE THAN THEY ARE SEEKING TO TAKE FROM YOU!!!  . . .
  14. . . . Do NOT break even the LEAST Commandments of the Law! Matt 5:17,18,19, (Not for righteoueness or eternal life BUT BECASUE it is the WILL of GOD and HE WANTS YOU TO!!!)
  15.  . . . "Seek ye FIRST the Kingdom of Heaven!" Matt 6:33 (Do you spend more hours of time every week seeking that the WILL OF GOD be done on EARTH as it IS IN HEAVEN, MORE HOURS than you do MAKING MONEY for houses, cars, and lands that Jesus said to sell anyway and give the money to the poor?) . . .
  16. LOVING JESUS, Scripture says, is KEEPING HIS COMMANDMENTS . . . NOT the emotion you feel for your "PET DOG/CAT". . . FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM. . . FAVORITE MOVIE STAR . . . or JUNK FOOD!
  17. [We are as spiritually blind in the USA as a nation can be, even in the so-called Bible Churches, Bible Colleges and among Scholars!!!]
  18. However, the TRUE MEANING of Scriptural Love is LOST, partly due to poor translation, and the singular English word ALWAYS HAVING EMOTION and FEELINGS!

Hapax Legomenon:

hapax legomenon (plural - hapax legomena, sometimes abbreviated to hapax, pl. hapaxes) is a word that occurs only once within a context, either in the written record of an entire language, in the works of an author, or in a single text.

Hapax legomenon is a transliteration of Greek ἅπαξ λεγόμενον, meaning "(something) said (only) once".

Thus in Scriptural Context understanding - looking up EVERY Scriptural where a particular Hebrew or Greek words is used - one hits a stone wall when a word is ONLY used once in all of Scripture!

  1. FACT: There are over 1500 such Hebrew words including derivations. . .
  2. FACT: Of which over 400 hundred are ROOT WORDS
  3. FACT: With 686 such words in the New Testament!
  4. [SOURCE:

This is NOT the ultimate problem, if such words can be commonly found in the culture.

However, there is very little literature, letters, clay tablets, etc., left from 1500 years before Christ!

The Dead Sea Scrolls are wonderful, but barely date to 100-15- years before Christ!

Thus SOME of the Hebrew Words - and Greek also - remain LOST:

  • God is no doubt QUITE UNHAPPY with careless stewardship of His word over the centuries!
  • Remember the whole Book of the Law being LOST . . . then discovered in the Temple at a time of renovation, in the days of Josiah?


  1. FACT: All manner of Scriptures commanding "women in submission to men" are DISCARDED in modern translations, such as the following:
  2. Bishops and Elders being husbands of ONE WIFE!
  3. Let women keep SILENT in the Churches and let them ask their husbands when they get home if they have questions!
  4. For I suffer NOT a woman to TEACH A MAN . . . OR USURP AUTHORITY over him!
  5. For women to WEAR LONG HAIR to show submission to men!
  6. FACT: Likewise, translations become MORE PRO-GAY with every UPDATE like the New International Version . . . even having open homosexuals on their main governing translation board!
  7. THUS truth is being lost to this and following generations as the USA rejects God and disintegrates into oblivion! Issiah 60:12


The linguistics of the Hebrew Language as designed and taught by God to Adam and Eve (or perhaps "programmed" - either way does not affect the evidence of the Godhead), and it gives us massive "Eternal Evidence" - with modern daily clues as reminders - of the Existence and Transcendence of the Almighty Godhead.

  1. God the Spirit - who is Spirit - manifests as Spirit of Ghost (that is Presence without a corporeal body, NOT as Christ appearings after His Resurrection, but a manifestation of the Spirit as on Pentecost: ALL PRESENCE . . . NO COPOREAL BODY);
  2. God the Father - willing to give His Son to save the World! John 3:16-17;
  3. God the Son - willing to give His life to save the World! John 12:47;

The Godhead in infinite wisdom, decided to continually reveal the "THREE-FOLD-NATURE-OF-HIS-GODHEAD"  . . .

  • . . . EVERY DAY . . .
  • . . . IN EVERY DAY LANGUAGE . . .

. . . by making EVERY Hebrew "Root Word" have THREE-CONSONANTS!"

  • A. NEVER 1, or 2 letters;
  • B. NEVER 4, 5, 6 letters or more;
  • C. BUT ALWAYS 3 letters!
  • D. And ONLY 3 letters . . .
  • E. . . . and THREE letters alone!

That the first language, the perfect language from which all others derived, has ALL WORDS built on a THREE-CONSONANT STRUCTURE:

  • Is this not too unique to be a coincidence and chance?


That thousands of languages in the world . . . follow the letters of the Hebrew Alphabet of God, . . . retaining mostly the sounds of God's Letters - with a greater harmony the

  • (A) closer geographically, and
  • (B) sooner chronologically;

And furthermore, that almost all of the languages maintain LETTER "A" as their first letter:

  • Is not this too unique to be coincidence and chance?

"Alpeh" is the FIRST  LETTER of the Hebrew Alphabet!

[NOTE: Some languages have "names for their letters" - such as Hebrew and Greek, while others do not and simply call the letter by it's main vowel or consonant sound, like the "A", "E", "M", "N" "Z" etc., in English];

  1. "Alef"  for "A" is the first sound of the ancient Arabic Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  2. "Az" (Az is the 'name' . . . "A" is the letter) - the first sound of the ancient Croatian Alphabet: [SOURCE
  3. "A" is the first sound of the Cyrillic Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  4. "Alap" is the name of the first sound in the Ancient Syriac Alphabet, which language is almost a carbon-copy of the Hebrew: [SOURCE:
  5. "Alf" is the name of the first sound in the Most Ancient Phoenician Alphabet - the most dominaent of the Medeterranean Sea regions pre-1200 BC, which language is almost a carbon-copy of the Hebrew: [SOURCE:
  6. "A" is the first sound of the Ancient Akkadian-Babylonian Alphabet - which mimics the Hebrew amazingly so - dating back to 3,000 BEFORE Christ and carved in clay tablets! [SOURCE:
  7. "A" is the first sound of the Ancient Egyptian Language known as Coptic Alphabet:
  8. "A" is the first sound of the Cryptic Russian Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  9. "A" is the first sound in the Czech Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  10. "A" is the first sound of the extremely ancient Sabean language - as mentioned in the nolders book of the bible, Job; (The Sabean language later called 'Geez' . . . and finally 'Ethiopian'; [SOURCE:'ez
  11. "A" is the first sound in the Moravian Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  12. "A" is the first sound in the Ancient Japanese Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  13. "A" is the first sound in the Ancient Urdu Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  14. "A" is the first sound in various ancient languages of India Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  15. "A" is the first sound in the Ancient Aramaic Alphabet: [SOURCE: See Strong's Concordance];
  16. "A" is the first sound in the ancient Roman Latin Alphabet: [SOURCE: Jerome's Latin Vulgate:];
  17. "Alpha" is the name of the letter "A" as the first sound in the Ancient Greek Alphabet: [SOURCE: Thayers Greek Lexicon];
  18. "A" is the first sound even in the Native North American Cherokees Alphabet: [SOURCE:
  19.  And you know that Spanish, French, Swiss, German, Portuguese, etc.,  and all the languages less than 2500 years old have the A-sound as their first sound and letter of their alphabet!
  20. Of course there are HUNDREDS more counting the dialects;

In almost every case "B" - named 'beth or 'bet' in the Hebrew, depending on the millennium - follows "A" in all these languages just as the Hebrew, and in general much of the alphabet follows the whole Hebrew Alphabet!


Ancient Phoenician, Aramaic, Urdu, Samaritan, Arabic, Persian, Yiddish, the ancient Indo - Aryan language Binti, ancient Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek, the oldest Latin, . . .

 . . . As well as ancient Chinese and Japanese. . .

  •  . . . all written right to left . . .
  •  . . . JUST LIKE HEBREW!
  • What a COINCIDENCE should one say?

If one calculates the odds - of hundreds of ancient languages, their beginning letters, alphabetic structure, numbers of letters, reading right to left (and many other factors beyond this brief commentary)  many thousands of years apart . . . and many  thousands of miles apart, in the ancient days of NO modern communication; . . .

. . . to ALL start with "A" sound does the Hebrew, and follow the Hebrew pattern - it is almost as likely the next being you see will be a man form Mars . . .


Since this is NOT likely, and as Okkham's Law so often prevails, the most likely explanation for this phenomena is quite simply:

  1. God created the first people . . . which amazingly, in Hebrew, the Scripture actually states that God created Adam a "SPEAKING SPIRIT!";
  2. God taught them - or programmed into them the Hebrew Language!
  3. Thus ALL people derived from EVE, mother of all the living,. . .
  4. Thus ALL languages derived from HEBREW, God's Chosen Language
  5. Thus from the Tower of Babel, as people moved north, south east and west - speaking new languages - they retained the basic foundation of Hebrew, and evolved there from, more and more over time and distance!

Of course Modern Science has NO evidence to disprove this historical, archeological, and Biblical evidence as found in myriads of ancient manuscripts, . . .

 . . . and NO OTHER EXPLANATION as to how all the languages of the world came to copy from the Hebrew, . . . IF NOT a derivation of the same, considering the intermediate languages interspersed over space and time of many millennia!




Likewise, the  codons "Language of Life" - called by some "The Protein Language" - also designed and programmed by God to be the language of all living substance

  • from lions to dandelions,
  • from babies to buttercups to butterflies!

The Protein Language is the language of Genetics, of Cells, of RNA and DNA, of plants, of animals, of germs, of bacteria, etc.,even viruses . . . of all that exists: the Code of Life!


Strangely amazing . . . this Protein Language of all Life is also made of ALL THREE LETTER WORDS and ONLY THREE LETTER WORDS!

Thus each letter of these TRINITARIAN CODONS, . . .  is the life-giving code for an amino acid, creating the genetic structure of all that is LIFE!

Thus every word that your body parts (cells, organs, glands, tissues, hormones, etc.,) write to each other, and every word your body reads in communication from another body part, these are ALL THREE LETTER WORDS!

All of the intelligence your body has, all it knows and all it communicates - in every bodily function possible - is given in THREE LETTER WORDS!

  1. > NEVER 1, or 2 letters;
  2. > NEVER 4, 5, 6, or more;
  3. > ALWAYS 3 letters!
  4. > AND ONLY 3 letters,
  5. > and THREE LETTERS alone!

Can we possibly miss this, asks NewtonStein?

  • (Not if we can count as far as 1, 2, 3!!!)



Picture below shows "How Life Communicates!"
In ALL LIFE: Bacteria, fungi, plants, reptiles, insects, mammals and humans!

Note these also are ALL THREE LETTER Words of Life!

Here is a Chart of SECOND-BASE Codon Words;
Note these ALL are "THREE-LETTER" Words!

[SOURCE: To see over 100 such pictures and more, see:   ];

NOTE: ALL College students need this information so when they take College Biology, they can  "SEE GOD" in the Science Lab, and NOT be destroyed by the Christ-hating Science Teachers!



G-O-D! (That, Too, is THREE LETTERS!)

Even the Word "G-O-D" in English . . . is Three Letters! 

Why is "GOD" in English significant on a global scale?

For the simple reason that today, in the POST-AD-2,000 world, very few thousands speak, write, understand or even study - Biblical Hebrew with the THREE-LETTER-ROOT-WORD structure.

Comparatively, thousands of MILLIONS SPEAK English!  

  1.  ENGLISH, is an Official Language in well over 100 nations of the World! (Check the Almanac from your local library or bookstore!)
  2. ENGLISH, is The Major Language of Science, Globally!
  3. ENGLISH, is an Official - and the Major - Language of the United Nations!
  4. ENGLISH, is The Official Language of The Internet!
  5. ENGLISH, is The Major Language of Serious Publishing - even in Japan and Germany!
  6. ENGLISH, is The Official Language of Global Airlines and Airports!
  7. ENGLISH, is The Official Language of OF the World!
  8. **THUS more people will hear the Gospel in ENGLISH than any other Language!
  9. **THUS more people will read the Gospel in ENGLISH than any other Language!
  10. **THUS more people will own a Bible in ENGLISH than any other Language!
  11. **THUS more people will get saved from learning TRUTH in ENGLISH than any other Language!

FACT! SINCE God knew of the ENGLISH as the Global Language before the Foundation of the World!

FACT! SINCE God in His Goodness has ALWAYS given Signs to Those Who Believe:

  1. Giving to Noah  (and us!) a rainbow . . .
  2. To Moses a rod to become a serpent, and  putting his hand in bosom to become leprous)
  3. To Israel His Fire by night and His cloud by day . . .
  4. To Gideon the fleece, wet and dry, opposite of the natural weather around it, . . .
  5. To Samson's parents consuming the sacrifice . . .
  6. To Elijah and public Israel consuming the sacrifice . . .
  7. To Isaiah and later all of Israel (and us!) - "The Virgin Birth as a sign - Isa 7:14, . . .
  8. To the Wise Kings of Christ's Birth, The Star of the East . . .
  9. To the Shepherds in the fields, the Babe in Swaddling Clothes . . .
  10. To all of Israel in the First Century of Christ: The Signs of the times in Matthew 24:4-24, Mark 13:5-20 and Luke 17:31-41 and 21:10-25); etc.,


Thus ALL of these "linguistic signs and wonders" - remember, that in the Hebrew and Greek, circumcision was given as a sign - thus "sign" does NOT equate to 'SUPERNATURAL in the sensational sense, or MIRACULOUS' . . . but simply that which is NOT NATURAL as follows:

  1. A SIGN never happens on its own - as in circumcision;
  2. A SIGN never happens by mathematical probability, as in chance, such as flipping a coin and getting three heads in succession! THAT WILL HAPPEN, though oyu may have to flip the coin several times!

Basically and simply, a "WONDER" is that which is WONDERFUL! So it can be miraculous - like Jesus feeding the multitudes - or it can be a wonder for any of the following:

  1. For its being wonderful, as the 12 Spies finding an harlot who would "believe" in God and befriend them, as Ruth meeting and marrying Boaz, as Rachel giving birth to Joseph, as Hannah giving birth to Samuel, etc.,
  2. Or a wonder for it's power, from a great storm, earthquake, volcano as Jesus called signs of the times in Matthew 24, etc., though UN-NATURAL for it's rarity,, yet NOT SUPER-NATURAL in superseding General Laws of Science;
  3. Or even as a government using abusive power in an unbelievable way - as in Herod the Great slaughtering the babies of Bethlehem;

Thus we see ALL of the amazing wonders of the Hebrew language of God, given as a SIGN to those in the modern age  - "when knowledge is greatly increased" (Daniel 12:4) - who have access to information about the languages of the whole Earth and all of history at their fingertips by Internet . . .

 . . . whereby they can easily KNOW and PROVE these things to be true, as the EVIDENCE God gives in stamping His Imprimatur on the languages of humanity.

FACT! SINCE God originally made His name a "Three-Letter-Root-Word in Hebrew - "JAH" (Psalm 68:4)
FACT! ONCE AGAIN, God made His Name a THREE LETTER WORD in ENGLISH, the Global Language of the most populated era of Earth's history!

  • Some researchers say as many people have lived in the last 100 years;
  • As in the first 7,000 years

So remember this every time "GOD!" is heard, seen, read, and said, </b> etc., GOD is reminding the WORLD that He is the THREE-FOLD-GOD who exists as Spirit, Father and Son SIMULTANEOUSLY!

  1. "G" = Ghost-Presence of the Holy Spirit!
  2. "O" = Only Begotten Son!
  3. "D" = Divine Father of All!

Teach this to others, and help your family and friends see the "SIGNS along the WAY!"



Seeing God in Linguistics, in General; 

In linguistics, there are many, many more CLUES, SIGNS, FACTS of EVIDENCE that PROVE God is the Designer of:

  1. All language,
  2. Original Alphabet,
  3. The Hebrew Language,
  4. The Hebrew Language, First!
  5. That Hebrew is the parent language of all others!
  6. Hebrew Word Structure,
  7. Words unique to Hebrew Language that pertain to God . . .
  8. . . . that NO OTHER LANGUAGE DEVELOPED . . .
  9. . . . BECAUSE they had no God . . . with eternal Attributes! . . .


Emmanuel is the same word in every language, and no language has a word it can be translated into, . . . BECAUSE . . . it means GOD DWELLING IN THE MIDST OF HIS PEOPLE:

  1. Collectively in the Old Covenant as in the Holy Place and Shekineh Glory);
  2. Individually in the New Testament as in the Holy Spirit living in the midst of one's being: the heart!

Thus no language has a word like this BECAUSE no people had "this experience of GOD DWELLING IN THE MIDST OF HIS PEOPLE . . .  apart from the Hebrew People of the One True GOD: JAH!

  1. "Eman-nu" - is living in the midst of his people and can be applied to one living is his Family, Tribe, Community, Nation, etc.,
  2. "EL" is the English transliteration for one of the Hebrew Words for God meaning "GOD ALMIGHTY!"
  3. Thus Emmanu-EL means GOD living in the midst of His people!
  4. Thus "Emmanuel - an Hebrew Word - remains the same word in all languages,
  5. BECAUSE NONE of them have anything to translate it into!


Likewise for the word "Halleluah" - which is a Hebrew compound word "Hallelu-JAH" - and is a Command to "PRAISE JAH!"

  1. Halle - is give praise to;
  2. Hallelu - is to give your Highest Praise;
  3. JAH is God! (Psalm 68:4)
  4. Hallelu-JAH means "give God your Highest Praise!
  5. FACT! HalleluJAH is NOT a "by-word" to be repeated  continually and nonsensically;
  6. FACT! HalleluJAH is a COMMAND given by Scripture (or a Praise Leader) to be be obeyed-fulfilled!

Thus HalleluJAH is the SAME IN EVERY LANGUAGE OF THE WORLD . . . BECAUSE NONE of them have any word to translate it into . . . BECAUSE none of them have a REAL, SUPERNATURAL, LIVING GOD for such word to be applied!

How simple!


Likewise is the simple and common "Amen!"- which is a Hebrew Word pertaining to the Word of God and the Promises of the Word of God.

Amen basically means:

  1. So God has spoken! So let it be done! (Remember this phrase used in Cecille B DeMill's TEN COMMANDMENTS MOVIE?)
  2. Once the spoken Word of God had been written down, the meaning of Amen is automatically: So it is written! So let it be done!
  3. When the Word of God contained a Promise of provision, protection, etc., "Amen" automatically means: "So God has spoken, so let it be DONE UNTO ME!
  4. Likewise it is appropriate for God's people to say "AMEN!" when it is (A)being read from the Bible, (B)Preached/taught, (C)Prayed, (D)Sung, or simply used in conversation!

Thus Christian people OFTEN say Amen in all manner of situation, usually not knowing EXACTLY WHY they are saying, . . . almost being used as a byword!


There are several more examples - such as "HOSANNA!"  meaning to BLESS GOD! (What language would have THAT word! People who had false God's believe they were to bless the people and bring them luck!!!

Likewise "SHEKINEH" as in Shekineh Glory meaning the uniqueness of the Invisible, non-corporeal God manifested as:

  1. "Felt" as in God's Presence,. . . feeling the Spirit of God . . .
  2. "Seen" as in God's Glow (Glory Cloud!) or even Fire at Moses Burning bush, leading Israel, or Pentecost; . . .
  3. "Heard" as in the rustle in the tops of the mulberry trees . . . or the rushing mighty wind of the Tabernacle or Pentecost, or the hushed wind in a still room!
  4. What people would need such a word in their language . . . to be applied to a REAL GOD . . . over thousands of years, recording such manifestations - EXCEPT - The Hebrew People of the God of the Hebrews?

The scoffing world asks: "Where is evidence for God?" . . . to which those educated in the Word of God answer:

  • ANY Language and alphabet, ALL Languages and alphabets, . . .
  • ESPECIALLY the Hebrew Language and even ENGLISH!
  • EVERY LIVING THING from bacteria and viruses to plants, reptiles, insects, mammals and people!




(Strong's Numbers #1-1000)

Letter "A" - INTRO:

The first letter of the English alphabet is the letter "A" - which we simply pronounce as its name, the "long "AA" sound.

Letter "A" is also the first letter of the Hebrew Alphabet as devised by God, is named "ALEPH" - (pronounced al - LEPH') - in Hebrew.


0001 "AB " (pronounced  - awe-b')

The first Hebrew Word in a dictionary-Hebrew Lexicon, by DIVINE DESIGN, begins with 'Aleph' - "A".

Even more amazing, the first Hebrew Word devised by God</b>  begins simply by:

  • combining "A" - the first letter of the alphabet,
  • with letter "B" - the second letter of the alphabet,
  • to make the first Hebrew word "Ab" - (which rhymes with Bob, cob, rob, mob, sob, etc).

This first Hebrew Word by God - "Ab" - is STRONG'S NUMBER 0001 (that you can check in any Hebrew dictionary or lexicon) which word 'Ab' is Hebrew for "Father."

In the English King James Bible, this Hebrew word 'Ab' is translated into several different English words including:

  1. 'chief',
  2. 'prince',
  3. 'principal',
  4. 'patrimony',
  5. 'families',
  6. 'desire';

How can this one little Hebrew word "Ab" - be translated into all those different English words in the Bible?

Let's break it down step by step . . .

 . . . as it is the amazing foundation for the whole structure of God's Authority.


God established "AB" as the "CHIEF" of the home by making him far stronger than his wife, and children . . . thus giving his the "POWER" (dunamis) to go with the AUTHORITY! (exousia)

  1. [1] A true father is both a Chief and Prince;
  2. [2] A 'house' or 'household' is the family itself, . . . NOT the building as modern English define 'house'. Examples are as House of David, House of Moses, Household of faith, etc., Joshua saying: "As for me and my house, WE shall serve the Lord!" (Joshua's Family - NOT the boards and bricks of his domicile!);
  3. [3] Thus a true house is people, not boards and bricks, . . . but is the smallest unit of God Ordained Government, thus making the "AB-FATHER" an "Officer of Government";
  4. [4] Also, the "house" is the definition of the "legal jurisdiction" of the Father. The jurisdiction of any authority is a particular set of boundaries - often geographic - such as city court, state court, national courts, etc., each have authority ONLY in their jurisdiction.

    Thus "Ab-Father" - is first of all, the "Chief-and-Prince" of His Household!
  5. [5] The physical home, farm, property, of his "house-hold" (children, etc.) is the "geographic jurisdiction" of the Chief-Prince;
  6.  [6] Thus Hebrew fathers have legal jurisdiction in two frames of Reference:
  • [6-A] Jurisdiction-A is the Jurisdiction of his family, where ever they may be at any time - even in another tribe state or nation;
  • [6-B] Jurisdiction-B is the Jurisdiction of his property, within that district of his authority, the physical 'house' - (be it a building, cave, tent, land inhabited - either owned or rented) where the Father is Chief-Protector of all residents, and Principal Enforcer to set rules and guidelines for all who are there in;

Thus the "Ab" is the Chief-Prince of HIS FAMILY where ever they are (of age) . . . and is the Chief-Prince of ALL PERSONS within his geographic jurisdiction, whether neighbors, strangers, distant relatives, etc., and anyone who comes"under his roof" - "on his property" - which is "his jurisdiction.

Thus the "Ab" can STOP a visitor from smoking, drinking alcohol, using profane language, undressing, etc., WITHIN HIS JURISDICTION.


  1. A 'Principal' simply the Authoritative Agent (often representing other or higher legal authority) over a geographic region, and/or the specific residents thereof in official capacity.
  2. A PRINCIPALITY is the region of legal jurisdiction defined either as (A) geography (see School Principal and School Property below); or as (B) particular persons anywhere and/or particular events, etc., (See School Principal authority at official school functions, though it be a "school field trip" at the state zoo or theme park - below);
  3. Which PRINCIPAL in ancient millennia, the PRINCIPAL AGENT was the "PRINCE of a PALACE" . . . his home was his PALACE: this was a "PRINCE-a-PAL."
  4. English culture and literature picked up this Hebrew concept as every man is King of his Castle - be it a tent, trailer, teepee, hut or log cabin!
  5. The concept and office of a PRINCIPAL is easiest understood in the modern western world by considering the local SCHOOL PRINCIPAL;
  6. School Principals have GREAT AUTHORITY . . . in the geographic jurisdiction of SCHOOL PROPERTY! . . . for example in the dress code, say NOT allowing Tee-shirts with raw profanity for students and employees alike.
  7. HOWEVER, the same sutdents on the weekend at the City Park can wear shirts that VIOLATE the School Principal's rules, which are ONLY valid (A) on School Property,  . . . and at (B) Official School functions.
  8. In Hebrew language and culture, as the Principal, the Father is the Authoritative Agent of His House - REPRESNTING the Authority of God, His Word, His Law. . .
  9.  . . . as adjudicated by the Ruling Elders  . . .
  10.  . . .  be it Community, City, Tribe, Synagogue or Church.
  11. Thus a Principal, Father is chief, prince,judge, protector, defender, and provider;
  12. 'Principality' then, in all of its applications, is nothing more than thedefined regions of legal jurisdiction where the Principal is Chief!
  13. FACT: Principality has NOTHING to do with devils. demons an the spirit world.
  14. FACT: What we Christians wrestle against isNOT (A) Flesh and Blood - that is our individual neighbors, . . .
  15.  . . . but rather the COMPLICATED SYSTEMS of LAWS, . . .
  16.  . . . the CITY HALLS (which proverb says: "YOU CAN'T FIGHT CITY HALL!", . . .
  17.  . . . the POWERS (state's legislative, judicial, police and military authorities) . . .
  18.  . . .  and PRINCIPALITIES (their juridictions of these many SYSTEMIC Powers! ).. .
  19.  . . . inclusive of IRS, EPA, FBI, CIA, ICE,  School Boards,  politically correct COURTS and educational systems, etc.,
  20. Thus while "demon-fighting Christians" are busy "casting devils" out of every room they enter . . .
  21.  . . . the REAL POWERS and PRINCIPALITIES - county, city, school, court, state and federal governments have TAKEN EVERYTHING AWAY FROM THE CHURCH  . . . including even the right to define the RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION of MARRIAGE!. . .
  22. . . . CONSIDER THIS SCRIPTURE: . . .
  23. (Titus 3:1) Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work, Titus 3:1-3,   
  24. (Do you really believe Apostle Paul was COMMANDING Apostle Titus to COMMAND the Believes to BE SUBJECT TO DEVILS and DEMONS???  . . .
  25. Do you see the folly of this devil-worshipping theology of MAKING ALL POWERS and PRINCIPALITIES to be UNKNOWN, UNSEEN DEMONS???
  26. Powers and principalities are GODLESS EARTHLY RULERS, MAGISTRATES, KINGS, GOVERNORS, etc., . . .
  27. . . . while the Church has been fighting unknown, unnamed, unseen opponents called demons for a century . . . the secular, Godless American Government has been CHOKING the CHURCH TO DEATH!
  28. Thus Jesus warned again and again against BE NOT DECEIVED!!!

Consider some Scriptures speaking of princes, chiefs, fathers, leaders, etc.,

  1. Numbers 25:14
  2. Numbers 36:1
  3. Joshua 22:14
  4. 1 Chronicles 7:40


 [1] A "Chief Prince", is a PRINCE of other Princes of a particular region: literally a "PRINCE of Princes":

 [2] NT References to Jesus as Prince:

  1. "Thou... art not the least among the Princes of Judah: for out of thee shall come a Governor, Mat 2:4, from Micah 5:1,2,
    Matthew 2:5-7 (in Context) Matthew 2 (Whole Chapter)
  2. "And killed the Prince of Life, whom God hath raised from the dead; Acts 3:15 Acts 3:14-16 (in Context) Acts 3 (Whole Chapter)
  3. "Him hath God exalted with His Right Hand to be a Prince and a Saviour</b>,  Acts 5:31  Acts 5:30-32 (in Context) Acts 5 (Whole Chapter)
  4. "And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the Prince of the Kings of the earth."  Revelation 1:5  Revelation 1:4-6 (in Context) Revelation 1 (Whole Chapter)
  5. Being PRINCE of Kings, and/or PRINCE of Princes corresponds perfectly to LORD of Lords, KING of Kings, GOD of God's, WARRIOR of Warriors;
  6. Thus a Chief Prince is also a FATHER of Fathers, or a 'PRINCIPAL of Principals';

The Devil as Prince:

When applied to The Devil, as it is three times in the King James Version, he is called:

  1. The PRINCE of Devils that is chief of devils and/or leader of devils, and/or principal of devils, as found in Matt 9:34, Matt 12:24, Mark 3:22, John 12:31, John 14:30;

[A] In the Greek Language and Culture of the New Testament, PRINCE corresponds to the "Bishop" - the Overseer of any group - the Chairman, The "President" (President simply the "Preside-ing Elder") - the Chief, the Prince, the Shepherd, etc., be it overseeing believers, elders, rulers, political people, as mayor of a city, or of devils.

[B] Likewise, in the New Testament, 'Principality' is geographic jurisdiction, and is the place where the Prince - that is the Principal - exercises the authority and duty of fatherhood, initially,

[C] Thus the "Bishoprick" of Acts 1:20 (from Psalm 69:25, Psalm 109:8) is the region where the Bishop has authority - in this case Judas as one of the Twelve Disciples/Apostles of Christ - Christ perhaps choosing one for each of the Twelve Tribes of Israel (See Revelation 21:12, 14,

Thus as every Bishop has a Bishopric, the Bishop is the Prince-and-Principal and the jurisdiction is the Bishoprick.


This Bishop-Bishopric, Principal-Principality - each as 'Chief' and 'Prince' and 'Leader' and a 'father' . . . further corresponds to the New testament by connecting the requirements for Elders and Deacons to "Chief of their Houses" (Deacon being overseer of civil or non-religious needs, such as food, shelter, justice, widows discrimination, etc., SEE ACTS 6:1-12);

In all cases, those becoming [1]Bishops, [2]Deacons, [3]Elders - oversee others as FATHER of Fathers, CHIEF of Chiefs, and PRINCIPAL of Principals,  . . . and ALL candidates for Bishop, Deacon and Elder are required to have proved themselves as follows:

  1. They had to have "Ruled their household well;"
  2. Having "all children in subjection;"
  3. "With proper attitude, (gravity)"
  4. Thus showing they were properly proven as Princes, Fathers, Chiefs, and Principals, functioning as the true Chief of their House;
  5. This was required BEFORE being appointed/approved - by the body by election - to position of PRINCE among Princes, and CHIEF among Chiefs, PRINCIPAL among Principals . . . as a
  6. Bishop, (generic term of overseer of Elders or Deacons) - thus it was NOT a spiritual calling, but "an office" that one may simply "desire" - 1 Timothy 3:1)
  7. Elder, (spiritual overseer of youngers, whether in a synagogue, city council or Sanhedrin, etc., - Matt 5:21, 22 - thus a Ruling Elder - Heb 13:7, 17, 24)
  8. or Deacon (overseer of NON-SPIRITUAL needs - Acts 6:2, 3, 4.)


The same concept is continued in modern USA, thousands of years after God gave this title of "ab" to Adam. In modern USA 'Principal' - as a Prince, as a Chief, as a leader, as a Principal, is one who exercises authority over a jurisdiction of [a] a group of people, and [b] a literal geographic place

This corresponds to modern Public Schools:

  1. A person in almost every community is named a 'Principal' FATHER of Fathers, as the Chief Father - is selected to do the extended Duty of all Fathers - to teach the children (As commanded in the Torah, in the Great Jewish 'Shema' in the great Commandment of Deut 6:1-10;
  2.  . . .  and as Chief Father is set over the formal education of children of a particular community
  3. This PRINCIPAL of all the local Principals (as FATHER of all the local Fathers) ONLY has jurisdiction over the students, not their parents, not younger siblings at home, not relatives already out of school, not other students in a school across town, nor drivers on the highway, just the students;
  4. This school Principal also has a jurisdiction over the GEOGRAPHIC PLACE where the students "gather" (synagogue in Hebrew);

However, his Geographic jurisdiction extends to ALL citizens to some degree, when they are within his physical jurisdiction, such as adults must adhere to certain PRINCIPAL'S RULES:

  •  [A] No drunks on premise!
  •  [B] No drinking alcohol on premise!
  •  [C] No females in tiny bikini's or Thongs on premise!
  •  [D] No loud yelling or music on premise!

Thus a 'good' Principal, a 'true' Scriptural Principal is one who sees himself as a FATHER, chosen from the FATHERS - after PROVING HIMSELF as a FATHER (1 Timothy 3) . . . to act as a FATHER of Fathers to the Children of ALL the FATHERS.

The True Principal is not primarily a teacher, career person, government official, boss, dictator, professional doing a job, etc.,  . . . BUT A CHIEF FATHER . . . with a FATHER'S HEART:

  • Caring for ALL the children as his own children, grandchildren;
  • Caring for the employees as his adult children;
  • Caring for school property as his own property;
  • Caring for the school budget as his own money
  • Caring for the total school as his calling that he must give an account for unto God Almighty!

"AB" - PART-VI - PRINCE (and similar Words) GENERIC, NON-SPIRTUAL:

Please note that JESUS is called a Prince, the Devil is called a Prince, Gentiles are said to have Princes,

Thus "PRINCE" is a generic word. It is NON spiritual. It does NOT require one be Godly or even saved. It is NOT a Religious word.

Consider the following Scriptures well:

These "PRINCE" Scriptures apply to Christ Jesus!

  1. Daniel 8:25 And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand. Daniel 8:24-26 (in Context) Daniel 8 (Whole Chapter)
  2. Daniel 9:25 Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times. Daniel 9:24-26 (in Context) Daniel 9 (Whole Chapter)
  3. Matthew 2:6 And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Juda, art not the least among the princes of Juda: for out of thee shall come a Governor (Prince), that shall rule my people Israel. Matthew 2:5-7 (in Context) Matthew 2 (Whole Chapter)
  4. Acts 3:15 and killed the Prince of life, whom God hath raised from the dead; whereof we are witnesses.Acts 3:14-16 (in Context) Acts 3 (Whole Chapter) 
  5. Acts 5:31 Him hath God exalted with his right hand to be a Prince and a Saviour, for to give repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of sins.Acts 5:30-32 (in Context) Acts 5 (Whole Chapter)
  6. Revelation 1:5 and from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the prince of the kings of the earth. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood,Revelation 1:4-6 (in Context) Revelation 1 (Whole Chapter)

These "PRINCE" Scriptures apply The Adversary!

  1. Matthew 9:34 But the Pharisees said, He casteth out devils through the prince of the devils. Matthew 9:33-35 (in Context) Matthew 9 (Whole Chapter) 
  2. Matthew 12:24 But when the Pharisees heard it, they said, This fellow doth not cast out devils, but by Beelzebub the prince of the devils. Matthew 12:23-25 (in Context) Matthew 12 (Whole Chapter)
  3. Mark 3:22 And the scribes which came down from Jerusalem said, He hath Beelzebub, and by the prince of the devils casteth he out devils. Mark 3:21-23 (in Context) Mark 3 (Whole Chapter)
  4. John 12:31 Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the prince of this world be cast out. John 12:30-32 (in Context) John 12 (Whole Chapter) 
  5. John 14:30 Hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the prince of this world cometh, and hath nothing in me. John 14:29-31 (in Context) John 14 (Whole Chapter) 
  6. John 16:11 "... of judgment, because the prince of this world is judged. John 16:10-12 (in Context) John 16 (Whole Chapter) 
  7. Ephesians 2:2 wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience: Ephesians 2:1-3 (in Context) Ephesians 2 (Whole Chapter)

This "PRINCE" Scripture - one of many if the Hebrew Scriptures are included -applies to princes (leaders) among the Gentiles!

  1. Matthew 20:25 But Jesus called them unto him, and said, Ye know that the princes of the Gentiles exercise dominion over them, and they that are great exercise authority upon them. Matthew 20:24-26 (in Context) Matthew 20 (Whole Chapter)

These "PRINCE" Scriptures - one of many if the Hebrew Scriptures are included -applies to princes (leaders) of this world!

  1. 1 Corinthians 2:6 Howbeit we speak wisdom among them that are perfect: yet not the wisdom of this world, nor of the princes of this world, that come to nought: 1 Corinthians 2:5-7 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 2 (Whole Chapter) 
  2. 1 Corinthians 2:8 which none of the princes of this world knew: for had they known it, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory. 1 Corinthians 2:7-9 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 2 (Whole Chapter)

This "PRINCE" Scripture show the great generic variation applying it to the Prince of Eunuchs, used several times in Daniel;

  1. Daniel 1:18 Now at the end of the days that the king had said he should bring them in, then the prince of the eunuchs brought them in before Nebuchadnezzar. Daniel 1:17-19 (in Context) Daniel 1 (Whole Chapter) 


SURELY you see that the BIBLE WORD "PRINCE" is a GENERIC WORD - NOT SPIRITUAL, NOT RELIGIOUS - and is as accurately applied to the Devil as to Christ; and to worldly princes as to Godly Princes

What you need to understand is that the FOLLOWING WORDS (among many) are EQUALLY GENERIC, NON-RELIGIOUS,  . . . and were used commonly in everyday life in Greece for hundreds and hundreds of years, . . .

 . . . and out of this non-religious setting - THOUGH WORLD WIDE. . .

(as Greek was the ONLY LANGUAGE ever . . . to be considered world wide, . . .  as the people of many nations adopted it voluntarily, to be part of the Great Greek Empire as established . . .

 . . . EXACTLY as the modern world is accepting and adapting ENGLISH - not by force - but because it will help them share in global economy and prosperity!);


 . . . for "HIS CHURCH" and "HIS WORD!" . . .

 . . . the importance of which CAN NOT BE OVER STATED . . . "IF" we truly want to understand:

  • All as given IN HIS WORD, and ONLY in HIS WORD

FACT: PLEASE don't be offended at the implication that YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND GOD BETTER . . . ( AS DOES THIS SERVANT OF GOD) . . .

Let us NEVER get over the amazement of Apostle Paul's great Earthly quest:

  • Philippians 3:But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ.
  • 3:8 Yea doubtless, and I count all things but loss,
  • for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord:
  • for whom I have suffered the loss of all things,
  • and do count them but dung,
  • that I may win Christ
  • 3:9 and be found in him, not having mine own righteousness, which is of the law, but that which is through the faith of Christ, the righteousness which is of God by faith:
  • 3:10 that I may know him, and the power of his resurrection,
  • and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death;

Brethren and Sisters:

If the Apostle Paul - after being raised strict Pharisee - then 16-17 years formal rabbinical studies, supernatural Damascus Road experience, supernatural visions from God, supernatural revelations in writing half the letters of the New Testament . . . plus decades of ministry and mission work . . .

 . . . If Apostle Paul STILL had a 'heart-need', to sacrifice all things for the excellent knowledge of Jesus Christ, AND TO WIN some kind of approbation from Christ, . . .

. . . and THAT HE WOULD KNOW HIM . . .

 . . . where does that leave the REST OF USin KNOWING GOD as we OUGHT TO KNOW HIM!

. . . Such is the quest! . . .

Such is the command and the ONLY WAY God has given us:

  • "STUDY!!!!! . . .
  • that we may SHOW OURSELVES APPROVED UNTO GOD . . . (2 Timothy 2:15)

Thus we STRIVE to lay aside:

  1. TRADITION: Matt 15:9, Mark 7:7
  2. DENOMINATIONAL PREFERENCE "FOR" certain doctrines and practices;
  3. DENOMINATIONAL PREJUDICE "AGAINST" certain doctrines and practices;

Thus we pray for our "EYES to be ENLIGHTENED!"


Simple by amazing facts:

  1. The definitions of over 1500 Hebrew words are uncertain - [that's almost 1 of 5 words!] . . . (Some say 1301) . . . from Gog and Magog to the Name of God - that HE commanded to be ESTABLISHED IN THE EARTH FOR ALL TO GLORIFY!!!
  2. Over 400 are complete guesses!
  3. The definitions of 686 Greek words are uncertain [that's 1 of 8 words!], with many unknown.
  4. With hundreds of others from Baptism to Predestination, . . . from eternal security to unknown tongues . . . from Church to Apostle. . . STRONGLY DISPUTED!
  5. Over 26,000 words have been ADDED TO GOD'S WORD, the "ITALICS" in the King James . . . (and these added words are NOT EVEN MARKED in most modern horrendous translations!
  6. Only with intense study of God's Word and the Culture of God's Word and His People, can we hope to find TRUTH and achieve UNITY of Christ's NOW FRACTURED BODY . . . of which is Commanded: "LET THERE BE NO DIVISION AMONG YOU!" 1 Cor 1:10)


First we need to RIGHTLY DIVIDE the Words  IN GOD'S WORD . . . knowing the WORDS GOD devised, gave to the Hebrews to describe the concepts He designed:

  • Emmanuel, Hosanna, His 16 Jehovah-Yahweh titles, Amen, Hallelujah, altar, sacrifice, sin, salvation, eternal life, forgiveness, Ab (formal), abba (informal), His calendar, His Holy Days, and HUNDREDS more!


Second we need to RIGHTLY DIVIDE the spiritual Words GOD devised, from the words of the GREEK LANGUAGE - that GOD HIMSELF caused to blanket the Earth under Alexander the Great in a supernatural way, . . . THEN chose to REVEAL CHRIST'S GOSPEL of the KINGDOM . . . and the WRITINGS of the NEW TESTAMENT in that language!

To effectively communicate with the Greek Speaking word He had devised, God chose some common, everyday GREEK key words and concepts that would bring INSTANT UNDERSTANDING. . .  to masses of people and those hearing the GOSPEL FOR THE FIRST TIME!

Here are a few of those New Testament Generic Greek, Non-Religious Words:

  • [1] Apostle - This term was the Highest Ranking Officer in the Greek Military, who also directly represented the King in his absence, having ALL AUTHORITY of the King to do as follows: (A)establish New Colonies . . . (B)claim new lands discovered or conquered . . . (C) declare war against new enemies. . . (D)enter into treaties. . .(E)govern newly occupied lands. . .(F)appoint new governors-elders . . . (G)establish and enlarge the Kingdom of the King, (H)overseeing the King's Business, . . . military, soldiers, money, causes, name, reputation, government, administration, goals, commands, etc., . . . having NO INDEPENDENT LIFE OF HIS OWN . . .
  • [1-A] Thus ALL Apostles were AUTOMATICALLY Bishops . . . overseeing their military, soldiers, base, ships, new colonies, etc., but very few Bishops were Apostles!;
  • [1-B] Thus by very definition ALL APOSTLES WERE MISSIONARIES and ALL MISSIONARIES are - or used to be, and should be - APOSTLES:  (webs search it carefully!
  • [1-C] Amazingly, the 1000 denominations of the world agree on ALMOST NOTHING . . . but we DO AGREE to call those who take the Gospel to new lands, place, peoples, races: MISSIONARIES! . . . Of course you know this is NOT a Scriptural word.
  • [1-D] Consider that the Greek word translated Apostle is "apostele" - whose bares definition is "ONE SENT WITH AUTHORITY IN REPRESENTATION OF ANOTHER." Thus CHRIST is called an Apostle as He was "SENT by Father God to Earth to Represent Him with Authority!
  • [1-E] However, in Greek Culture, a Greek Apostle was the head of a Military Expedition with full authority of the King as mentioned above . . . just like in American Culture . . . the term "Commander and Chief" could be applied to school principals, sports coaches, bosses at work, the police chief, or even military Sargents . . . HOWEVER . . . we all know that in American Culture, the "Commander in Chief" is the "President of the USA!"
  • [1-F] What you MUST realize is that almost NO WORD, is it's etymology! Consider BUTTERFLIES! No butter! No flies! Consider GRAPE NUTS! Neither grapes nor nuts! Words originate, evolve, language changes them, time changes all, and the culture adds CONNOTATIONS that words and grammar have NOTHING TO DO WITH!
  • [1-G] Gay! What does that mean! Will people 1000 years from now wonder why Bible Christians were against GAY MARRIAGE - THINKING that is a happy man and woman, properly married?
  • [1-H] A true understanding of the word GAY, for anyone reading the New York Times in POST AD-2000 era, . . . is (A) NOT its etymology, . . . is (B) NOT its reason for being coined! . . . is (C) NOT its early usage era . . . is (D) NOT what 50 editions of dictionaries over 500 years says it means and has always meant . . .
  • [1-I] . . . the word GAY in AD 2010 - AND EVERY OTHER WORD  . . . ONLY MEANS,. . .  what that present culture has determined and consistently uses to communicate!
  • [1-J] Christian: what does that mean? Surely you realize that 100 definitions are possible!
  • [1-K] Marriage, husband, father, family, feminine, masculine, promiscuous, indecent, . . . bread, grass, pot, weed . . . she's hot, he's cool, religion, American, Church, church member, patriotic . . . and many words do NOT mean what they meant in 1950.
  • [1-l] Likewise Bible Words over 1-2,000 years, whether Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek: the CULTURE MUST BE STUDIED . . . as a workman laboring that NEEDETH NOT BE ASHAMED!
  • Church - From the Greek "ekklesia" in your Greek Bible - with no other meaning than Democratic Government with the following inherent: right to vote, right to speak, right ask question,right to assemble, right to petition, right to referendum,right to determine WHO votes, right to run for office, congregational final authority;
  • Sect - any group - whether political, economical, who has bonded together to "take over and control a city - as Scripture says of Apostle Paul, the Ringleader (Champion) of the SECT of the NAZARENES!
  • Bishop - General overseer - with as wide an application as the American term President - as PROPERLY APPLIED to a five year-old Kindergartner PRESIDENT of his class or of boy-girl Scouts as the PRESIDENT of the USA, RUSSIA, or IRAN!
  • Bishoprick - Each of the Twelve Disciples/Apostles had a region of Jurisdiction - as Scripture indisputable declares in Acts 1:20. That's why Jdas had to be replaced!
  • Presbyter - uRuling Elders ("boule" in the greek), elected for one year, with the "preside-ing elder" (preside-ent) selected by lot!
  • Right Hand of Fellowship - Extending the right hand was VOTING in a public meeting - whether city council court jury, or ordaining elders . . . NOT the American Custom of SHAKING HANDS!!! . . . as this was NOT even established by the time George Washintgon was President! 
  • Worship - THis is the work for KNEELING in SUBMISSION and is used to mean SUBMISSION of OBEDIENCE . . . it is NEVER associated with music, singing, adoration or expressing emotion at all . . . but is OBEDIENCE . . . whether to Christ with the ROD of IRON or as a DISCIPLE. . . . Thus Jesus taught: "WHY CALL YE ME LORD! LORD and DO NOT the things which I say?"
  • Withdrawal - Essentially a "financial  boycott" as not only friendship-and-fellowship was withdrawn, but the Church family would not SELL them things they needed . . . OR . . . BUY from them what goods or services they were selling.
  • Fellowship - (koinonia) This was the formal joining of a group,  . . . being ADDED to the NUMBER as counted 120 in the Upper Room and adding 3,000 on the Day of Pentecost, becoming a VOTING MEMBER;
  • Elders - Rulers - An extremely widespread term with great variation, used almost as the modern word "public office holder" - applying to many, many offices - some spiritual some not; Heb 13:7, 17, 24)
  • Powers and Principalities - (of Eph 6:10-20) as explained above - are NOT devils and demons . . . but rather GODLESS and PERSECUTING GOVERNMENTS, SECULAR LEGAL SYSTEMS REFUSING to acknowledge and Worship ALMIGHTY GOD and OBEY HIS WORD!  . . . CONSIDER THIS SCRIPTURE: . . . (Titus 3:1)Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work, Titus 3:1-3,   Titus 3 (Do you really believe Apostle Paul was COMMANDING Apostle Titus to COMMAND the Believes to BE SUBJECT TO DEVILS and DEMONS???  . . . See the folly of the devil-worshipping theology? Powers and principalities are GODLESS EARTHLY RULERS, MAGISTRATES, KINGS, GOVERNORS, etc., . . .While the Church has been fighting unknown, unnamed, unseen opponents called demons for a century . . . the secular, Godless American Government has been CHOKING the CHURCH TO DEATH!
  • Deacon - (Deaconate) - NOT JUNIOR ELDER! Deacon was used throughout the Greek Empire for centuries as a "SELF-SUPPORTING PUBLIC SERVANT" . . . thus in Acts they were given great authority with money and decision making - UNDER THE APOSTOLIC-BISHOP ELDERS - 
  • and ONLY in secular needs . . . such as feeding the hungry, taking care of widows dealing with complaints and discrimination issues  . . . with their duties COMMANDED NOT being in the MINISTRY of the WORD of GOD and PRAYER . . .(Read Acts 6:1-7 carefully);
  • As they developed rules and guidelines for SECULAR PROBLEMS . . . thus DEACONS' LAW came to be what Modern Americans refer to as CIVIL LAW: in both cases, SECULAR and NON RELIGIOUS.
  • Thus EVERY Mayor, Sheriff, City Council Member, TownShip Trustee, County Supervisor-Commissioner, etc., "IS" a Deacon . . . and SHOULD MEET THE QUALIFICATIONS of Acts 6, and 1 Timothy 3:7-15
  • [NOTE: GEORGE WASHINGTON SHOOK HANDS WITH NO ONE (likewise many other Founding Fathers) . . . NOT LIKING THE American RURAL CUSTOM shaking dirty hands . . . and much referring the European custom of England, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Holland, etc., of "Nodding" to lesser folk, and "Bowing" at the waist for more important recognition, with "kneeling" before Kings!];


This  concept of appointing a proven "Ab" - a Father-Chief-Prince-Principal-Leader as an Elder, Bishop, Deacon, Judge, etc., as the Principal of a Principality corresponds to much of modern life.

All of the following - and many more such positions - are simply EXTENDED-FATHER POSITIONS,

  1. from School Principals;
  2. and agents representing all manner ofcompanies (insurance agents, banking loan officers, etc.,)
  3. to police, sheriffs, and law officers
  4. to judges;
  5. to CEO's of many companies;
  6. to Doctors, Chief Nurses, and even Prison Wardens;
  7. to Mayors of communities and cities and Governors of states;
  8. to Militay officers of every rand from Sargent to 5-Star Generals;
  9. to Township Trustees, County Supervisors/Commissioners, and Justices of the Peace;
  10. to Chairmen of many legislative assemblies;
  11. to Presidents of the USA and other nations,
  12. and "Chief Justice of the Supreme Court!"

In each case, the "Ab" - as the "principal" - has jurisdiction to some degree over a defined "Principality" as:

  •  [A] over a certain group of people, anywhere;
  •  [B] over all people, in a certain area/region;


**Consider the Twelve Tribes of Israel:

he Tribes of Israel, ALL had the same Law and Constitution - which they had had the authority to:

  1. delete anything,
  2. add anything,
  3. alter anything,
  4. or ignore anything;
  5. as it was GOD'S LAW, for ALL people, ALL tribes, ALL nations, ALL places, ALL races, ALL ages  . . . INCLUDING USA TODAY! . . .
  6. HOWEVER . . . each TRIBE had their own area of Jurisdiction where their Principals . . .  Chief Elders, Councils, and Judges had authority;
  7. The smaller geographic principalities making for QUALITY CONTROL!

 [A] Even Synagogues with their Chief Rulers, Acts 8:18, Acts 18:17 were of this "Ab" model, along with the Early "unnamed, unorganized Church just after the turn of the First Century (as seen in the letters of Ignatius) . . .

  •  . . . to the early Church of Armenia, Church of Rome, Greek and Oriental Orthodox, Church of Ethiopia, the Coptic Church, and eventually, the Hugenots, the Calvinists of Geneva, the Anglican Church of England, the Puritans of New England, and even the Primitive Methodist Churches;
  •  ALL having GEOGRAPHIC BISHOPRICKS just like Jesus instituted as seen in Acts 1:20 . . . with some being called "PARISHES" . . .
  •  . . . which is the USA are STILL the geographic Jurisdictions of some states: Louisiana, etc.,

 [B] . . . the Bishoprick - that is their geographic region of Jurisdiction. (Acts 1:20)

 [1] The "Bishops" (Grk 'Episcopos') had a "Bishopric" - their region of their jurisdiction - See Acts 1:20, 2:12-24

 [2] This concept was equally applied to "Apostles" (Grk 'Apostolos') also had a "Apostleship" - that is their region of their jurisdiction, as the replacement for Judas is called an Apostle, who by transgression fell, and whose "Bishopric" (region) needed someone to replace Judas - See Acts 2:12-24

 [3] In fact, the word Apostle is not a Hebrew or Old Covenant word, not even a religious word!  Apostle was taken from Greek Culture by inspiration of Christ to HIS APOSTLES.

 [4] What were the Apostles of Christ's Church?

 [5] Apostle was the title of legal authority given by Greek Kings to their "Commander and Chief of Armed Forces" primarily the Navy in those days!

  • No planes were invented yet,
  • and armies could only get to islands and distant by ships . . .
  • with the Ship Apostle (NOT Captain - that's American!) having authority over the Soldiers they were transporting . . .
  •  thus the Navy Commander in Chief - the APOSTLE! - had the upper hand for hundreds of years!

 [6] Also, the Apostle had legal jurisdiction over the SOLDIERS and the SHIP  . . .  or REGION they were to defend, attack, conquer, etc.

 [7] The Apostle could speak for the King, declare war on another people, or declare peace, make treaties of trade, or otherwise, appoint lesser "principals", etc.

 [8] Thus Apostles were TRUE Principals, with a TRUE principality, their "Bishopric" their area of "Apostleship" etc.,

 [9] All inherent in the Hebrew word "AB" as Father-Chief-Prince, Prince of a Palace, making him a "Principal" and if elected by peers may become a PRINCE of Princes, CHIEF of Chiefs, PRINCIPAL among Principals:

 [10] All with authority [A] over a particular people where they may be . . . and [B] over a particular region/area, no matter who may be present!

 [11] UNTIL . . . such time as traditional Government was established in place of Military Law and Rule (by the Apostle);


This "principal" and "principality" concept is MISSING from almost all of the modern missions and local churches:

 [1] Modern Churches have their "Principals" be they called pastors, elders, bishops, evangelists, teachers,  preachers . . . or even worldly corporate "trustees" (Officers by the State);

 [2] Most modern Churches DO NOT have their "Principalities" - be they called pastors, elders, bishops, evangelists, teachers, or preachers;

 [3] Thus the modern church s DOOMED to fail culturally, BECAUSE they have no region whereby they can enforce Church discipline (unless they want to claim the miniscule area of their buildings!  . . .

  •  . . . and the NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH commands strict discipline and CANNOT BE SUCCESSFUL without it!
  • Almost all local Churches are RATHER INSIGNIFICANT TO THE CITIES, COUNTIES AND STATES in which they reside!

 [4] Thus Churches cannot Discipline as Christ Commanded and commended:

 [5] Christ commanded the "whole Church" to judge - to be the court - among brethren at odds: Matt 18:14-20, and numerous teaching on HOW to keep Christ's command: (1 Cor 6:1-9)

 [6] "JUDGE righteous judgement" and not according to circumstantial assumptions; (1 Cor 6:1-9)

 [7] Paul commanded to have Church Court and to NEVER go before the law of the land, which  is ALWAYS unjust; Numerous references, by I Cor 6:1-7;

 [8] Paul commanded Christians to have Church Court and to "seek a wise man among you" and/or simply to "set the least of the Church as Jury:  I Cor 6:1-7, see also I cor 5:1-15 and many more;

 [9] Christ commanded the carrying out "legal trials" as He commended the Church at Ephesus in Rev 2:2.

 [10] HOWEVER, modern Churches cannot do this . . . as they have NO BISHOPRIC - or region of jurisdiction - and Christians simply go to the Church-house across the street or across town!

 [11] If a local Church attempts a serious church trial, the angry member often TAKES THE CHURCH TO SECULAR COURT! . . .

 [12]. . . INSTEAD of submitting to properly ordained authority of Elders as Paul commanded many times! (Heb 13:7, 17, 2, etc.,)

 [13] When Church Principals seek to carry out proper Church trials or more minor issues . . . disgruntled members simply, leave go another local Church -  . . .

 . . . who instead of REFUSING THEM as being under discipline - usually RECEIVES them and criticizes the Church seeking discipline!

  • (A). . . which "pseudo-church" also has no principality, no Apostleship, no Bishopric,
  • (B) and no region of jurisdiction where discipline can be enforced!

Thus the modern Church is DOOMED TO FAILURE! . . . without repentance and revival of TEACHING!

Thus the modern Church is a "FALSE CHURCH" as it does NOT . . . and CANNOT discipline . . . not even practicing withdrawal, as Scripture commands!


Herein lies the FAILURE of Modern Christianity in ALL western nations, . . . and in ALL the lands they have IMPROPERLY EVANGELIZED!

Thus there is NO DISCIPLINE . . . not even in most homes by the "AB" . . . (the Father!) . . .  In fact, the "AB" today usually does NOT have authority over his children, grandchildren . . .

  •  . . . and the "AB" USUALLY is not even the HEAD of his WIFE as Scripture also commands! (Eph 5:21-33)

How did Modern Local Churches get into such a mess? For starters, their Ministers-Preachers-Teachers FAILED to understand the FIRST WORD OF THE HEBREW ALPHABET:

  1. The "AB" - the Chief, Prince, Leader, Judge, Elder, Principal over the principality!
  2. The "AB" extended to almost every other position of leadership in God's Kingdom Government from School Teachers to Shepherds to Apostles to Judges to Kings!

 [1] Thus they simply CAN NOT apply the Hebrew word "AB" - as being "father". . .

 [2] . . . (in the patriarchal sense) as "Chief & Prince" as ruler of the household, and as "Principal" - as the Prince of the Palace, . . .

 [3] . . . Scripturally REQUIRED to have a literal area of legal jurisdiction . . . as in Acts 1:20, the City Churches Paul wrote to commanding discipline, the TWELVE TRIBES of Israel, etc.

 [4] . . . which sadly, . . . all of modernity understands better than the Church of the Father of Spirits, the Father of the whole Family in Heaven and Earth! . . . (Do you think Don Trump, and Warren Buffet are "PRINCE'S in their PRINCIPALITIES?")

 [5] . . . and because no modern local Bible Church has a jurisdiction, they cannot exercise scriptural discipline . . . thus EVERYONE does whatever is right in their OWN EYES resulting in 40,000 denominations and CHAOS!!!

  • If you are a minister, GO THOU and  DO NOT Likewise!

The AMISH do the best at understanding "AB" . . . and SADLY even the Muslims (They have "AB" in their language too . . . REMEMBER "AB-BA" the Abba of the Aramaic and New Testament? (Romans 8:15)

READ and RE-READ this First Hebrew Teaching until you understand it well!

  • In fact, if you DON'T GRASP the concept of FATHER - "AB" . . .
  •  . . . there is little need to study anything else in the Hebrew Language . . .
  • . . . as "AB" is the first principle - the "GIANT CAMEL" if you will and most everything else is a "SWARM OF GNATS!" -  (as Christ chose the symbols!


BECAUSE the "AB" concept is so important to EVERYTHING in God's KINGDOM, LOCAL CHURCH, MISSIONS to new lands -  (as Apostles - the sent ones having authority to REPRESENT THE KING {JESUS!} and occupy new lands in HIS NAME) . . .

 . . . thus ALL listings of the REQUIREMENTS for Leadership REQUIRE the (A) ELDER . . . (B) BISHOP . . . and (C) DEACON to be as follows:

  5. (Takes for granted in Ruling Houseold well that the WIFE is in subjection)

"AB" Leads in the home (the palace of the principal), judges and maintains authority and DISCIPLINE, . . . and transfers that to the Local Church . . . SETTING THE EXAMPLE . . .

 . . . with ALL "AB'S" being in SUBMISSION to the COUNCIL of ELDERS (Eph 5:21), . . .

 . . . with ALL Elders, Deacons, Apostles, Pastors, Shepherds, Bishops, Teachers, Ruling Elders, (Heb 13:7, 17, 24) . . . AND SENATE (Acts ) being in SUBMISSION one to another . . . (like the balance  among the following:

  1. Kings (like Saul, David, Hezekiah, Josiah,
  2. High Priests
  3. Prophets (Samuel, Nathan, Gad, Isaiah Jeremiah)
  4. San Hedrin Council of Elders!

When ALL the leaders in the Synagogues/local Churches, Cities, Nation are in Proper submission and under discipline . . . it is MUCH EASIER for the wife, small Children and adult children to listen to THE "AB" as well!

This it ALL starts with the "AB!"

If you are a Minister-"AB". . . GO THOU and DO LIKEWISE!

NOTE please see that many of the words following "AB" in the Hebrew language are 'compound words' with'AB' - Hebrew 'father' as the root word, including many negative words such as destruction, destroy, failure, sorrow, etc., . . .

See the first several words in Hebrew . . . such as

  • >> ABBADON, the DESTROYER in the Revelation,
  • >> which is AB + BADON
  • >> The "Father of Destruction"

The point is, that if the Evil One can attack the Office and Position of Father - the basic unit of Divine Government: the household-family; HE CAN DESTROY EVERY OTHER UNIT of DIVINE GOVERNMENT!

Seeing that father and family precede ALL other forms of government from Community to city to nation to synagogue to Church . . . if the Office and Position of 'Ab' - Father as Chief, Prince and Principal with a Principality can be destroyed among God's people, the whole of society is sure and soon to follow;

The whole history of Israel bears this out;

As does Modern USA: the destruction of modern fathers is the rampant demise of modern western society: God's concept of the DIVINE 'AB'  has been DESTROYED in USA  . . . from TV to government to schools to colleges!

Thus the Hebrew FATHER, the Chief, the Leader, the Prince, having a region of Jurisdiction, is the foundation of all Government, thus of all society!

Lose the foundation, lose the whole structure; <b.Lose the fathers, lose the whole society!

**QUESTION: And what was the Ministry of John the Baptist to PREPARE the WAY of the LORD?

  • in Love, leadership, DISCIPLINE and EXAMPLE!

"AB" - PART-XIII - Goal of Jesus and John the Baptist;

Jesus and john the forerunner, came to re-establish each level of government - GOD'S KINGDOM - from the home, to the Synagogue and Elders, to the palace and king, and of course: HIS CHURCH!

Jesus was prophesied TO DO as follows:

  1. Make every 'Mountain Low' (Mountain, and leader-dictatorial type: the oppressor, to bring them Down;)
  2. Make every 'Valley Filled' (Valley, the oppressed from soldiers to children, to wives to elderly, to raise them UP;)
  3. Make the 'Crooked Straight!'  (Crooked are Unlawful, unrighteous, who must and will, become Lawful - or be destroyed;)
  4. Make the 'Rough Roads, Smooth!' (Rough are the 'Difficult', who will be made Better!)
  5. AND (result) ALL FLESH SHALL SEE THE 'Salvation of the Lord'!"
  6. Luke 3:4, 5, 6,

Therefore, the Linguistic Scholar 'Sees the Hand of God  even in the careful design of the Hebrew Alphabet and the making of the FIRST WORD - "AB!"

Thus we should NOT be surprised when Jesus makes a GREAT CLAIM . . .  NOT to be General of all Soldiers, . . . NOT to be Mathematician of all numbers, . . . NOT to be Thinker of all thoughts or Singer of all songs:

  • RATHER . . . Christ claimed for Himself to be the Substance of ALL LETTERS:
  • The Alpha and Omega, The "A" to "Z",  (Greek);
  • The Aleph and Tav in the Hebrew;

Thus Christ is ALL thought, ALL that ever can be thought, ALL that is known, ALL that ever can be know, and ALL TRUTH!

Christ shows HOW IMPORTANT THIS UNDERSTANDING and TITLE for Himself is . . . by claiming  TEN TIMES in John's "Revelation of Jesus Christ",  His Preeminent Sovereignty in ALL:

  •  >> ALL people,
  •  >> ALL places, 
  •  >> ALL ages,
  •  >> ALL Alphabets,
  •  >> ALL Letters,
  •  >> ALL words,
  •  >> ALL truth,
  •  >> ALL books, writings and documents;
  •  >> ALL communication,
  •  >> ALL expressed thought!
  •  > > ALL in ALL!

 No other title does Jesus emphasize as much for Himself!

"AB" - PART-IXV: Sadly, Hebrew Fatherhood is lost in English! (Not the Culture as expressed above, but in the Bible Translations!)

Sadly, the English does NOT HAVE ONE WORD that has all these aspects of "AB".

 "AB" is translated into various words in the English Bibles, but it's primary understanding is "Father"  as "sperm doner" - (whose the father of the child) - much more than "Ruler", "Leader", "Prince", "Chief" or "Principal."

[Though "AB is sometimes translated  as "prince" or "chief" - rather randomly - as the KJV does]. 

 [NOTE ASIDE: Messianic Jewish scholar Anayahu ben David began this study, going through Strong's Lexicon of the traditional Old Testament, and rendering EVERY Hebrew root word into its corresponding English word - as consistently as possible in the manner outlined above].

NewtonStein has taken the concept to the next level, and shows CONTINUITY and CORRESPONDENCE of the Hebrew-Old Covenant  . . . FIRST to the GREEK New-Testament, . . . THEN to the English;

 SADLY: Since God did not develop English Language, it is not perfectly constructed as was Hebrew in its origin. Thus the Hebrew root words do not always have a perfect-English counterpart, but it can ONLY be approximated;

As by far, most English speaking people associate the Hebrew word for Father - "AB" - with the English word father, RATHER than the words Prince, or Chief . . .

 . . . THUS these concepts of Prince and Chief DO NEED be taught to the English people,  . . . as being an important part of the identity, duty, definition, and role of father.

Simple question: "who do you think will do it?

  1. Government schools?
  2. Hollywood?
  3. Colleges?
  4. Government?
  5. Women's Lib?

FACT: DADS, MINISTERS, SUNDAY-SCHOOL TEACHERS, ELDERS, DEACONS . . .if YOU don't do it . . . it will NOT get done!

"AB" . . .  It ALL depends on You!

"AB" - XV-CONCLUSION: Thus All Authority Figures Should be as Dads!

[NOTE: We didn't even get to touch on the fact that "AB" is the PROTECTOR and DEFENDER and CHAMPION . . . of the family-household unit . . . synagogue/Church . . . community-city . . . Tribe-nation . . .

 . . . and God NEVER ASKS WOMEN to be the PROTECTORS and DEFENDERS of the FAMILY . . . THEREFORE . . .

SINCE . . . every authority figure in society is a simple extension of the "Ab" - the fathers - applied to ever-larger areas . . . and SINCE this is the qualification for all of God'S specified list of requirements of leaders . . . (fathers and husbands ruling household well . . . Elders, Deacons, Bishops, member of San Hedrin - See Titus 1, and 1 Timothy 3) . . .

 . . . THEN All such persons should have the attitude of the father. . .  as protector and provider and leader and judge . . . and 99.99% SHOULD BE FATHERS!!!

  1. >> School teachers,
  2. >> Principals,
  3.  >> Coaches,
  4.  >> Precinct Captains,
  5.  >> Township Trustees,
  6.  >> Mayors,
  7.  >> City Councils,
  8.  >> City Aldermen,
  9.  >> County Commissioners/supervisors
  10.  >> Constables, Justice of the Peace,
  11.  >> Officers of the synagogue/Church
  12.  >> Police (policy enforcers)
  13.  >> Governors,
  14.  >> Presidents,
  15.  >> Kings, Pharaohs, Caesars, Dictators,
  16.  >> Various military Officers,
  17.  >> Pastors-Ministers
  18.  >> Chiefs of all kinds: Police, Fire, FBI, CIA,
  19.  >> Child-Care workers,
  20.  >> 4-H, Scout Leaders,
  21.  >> Counselors, Psychiatrists, etc.,
  22.  >> And many more;

All of these positions are to do their WORK AS "AB's" -  FATHERS WHO WILL DIE . . .

. . . created in the IMAGE of our FATHER GOD . . .

. . . with Jesus Himself being our EVERLASTING FATHER (Isaiah 9:6). . .


OUR FATHER GOD did provide for our eternal Salvation . . . and Jesus as the Everlasting Father - (Champion Like George Washington is Father of Our Country as HE GAINED THE VICTORY!) . . .

 . . . who DID give His Life for us . . .

. . . and even learning from Abraham - who rescued his wife and Lot when captured . . . and GOD calls him the Father of the Faithful! (Romans)


Everything is (A)built upon, (B) flows from, (C)lives, breathes and has its being in, by, and because of  "Our FATHER Which At in Heaven, . . .

 . . . and even Jesus is called the EVERLASTING FATHER in Isaiah 9:6-7,  . . . not as God the Conceiving Father of us all,  . . .

 . . . but as George Washington is the Father of Our Country. As he made USA possible, Jesus Christ makes ETERNAL SALVATION  POSSIBLE . . .

 . . .Thus the Alpha-&-Omega, the A-Z, begins and ends in the FATHERHOOD of God, Christ, the "Soul Winner" sowing the "See of Conception" as Apostle Paul, said  Christians have many instructors  but just one "father" in the soul winning sense . . .

 . . . the Earthly Father who HEADS the FAMILY, judges-chastens-corrects Children and loves wife as Christ loved the Church . . .

. . . and father as "City-Community Fathers" or "Founding Fathers" and ALL POSITIONS OF AUTHORITY!

UNTIL . . . you understand FATHER well, you are not ready to move on to other Hebrw or Greek Concepts . . .

. . . BECAUSE . . . understanding ALL things Biblical is growing in understanding GOD . . . and since GOD IS OUR FATHER . . .

. . . the "AB" - the FATHER CONCEPT as GOd gave us in the FIRST HEBREW WORD . . .


May Father God Bless your studies to SHOW THYSELF APPROVED UNTO FATHER GOD!



Cambridge Theological Seminary


2. AB

(Chald.), ab; corresp. to 1:— father in Hebrew

3.  ABE; 

from the same as 24; a green plant:— greenness, fruit.

4. ABE

 (Chald.), abe; corresp. to 3:— fruit.  See l78.

5.  Abagtba, ab-ag-thaw ;

of for. or.; Abagtha, a eunuch of Xerxes:— Abagtha.

6. abad,

aw-bad'; a prim, root; prop, to wander away, i.e. lose oneself; by impl. to
perish (caus. destroy):— break, destroy (-uction), + not escape, fail, lose, (cause to, make) perish, spend, X and surely, take, be undone, X utterly, be void of, have no way to flee.

7. abad

(Chald.), ab-od'; corresp. to 6:— de-  stroy, perish.

8. abade

o-bade'; act. part, of 6; (concr.) wretched or (abstr.) destruction:— perish.

9. abadah,

ab-ay-daw 1 ; from 6; concr.  T : something lost; abstr. destruction, i.e.
Hades:— lost. Comp. 10.

10.  'abaddoh,

ab-ad-do'; the same as 9, ' . miswritten for 11; a perishing:— destruc-

11. abaddown,

ab-ad-done' ; intens. from ' 6; abstr. a perishing; concr. Hades:— de-

12. abdan,

ab-davm'; from 6; a perish- ing:— destruction.

13. abdan. ob-dawn'; from 6; a perish-

ing:— destruction.

14. !,DN 'abab, aw-baw'; a prim, root; to breathe

after, i.e. (fig.) to be acquiescent: — consent,
rest content, will, be willing.

15. !tlN 'abeb, aw-beh'; from 14; longing:— desire.

16. 713N '6beh, ay-beh'; from 14 (in the sense of

bending towards); the papyrus:— swift.

17. ,'faN 'abowy, ab-o'ee ; from 14 (in the sense

of desiring); want:— sorrow.

18. 013N 'SbitW9, ay-booce 1 ; from 75; a manger

or stall:— crib.

19. F1t,QN 'Ibchah, ib-khaw 1 ; from an unused

root (appar. mean, to turn); brandishing
of a sword:— point.

20. rpa3N 'fibattiyacb., ab-at-tee'-akh; of un-

cert. der.; a melon (only plur.): — melon.

21. ,DN 'Ably, ab-ee 1 ; from 1; fatherly; Abi,

Hezekiah's mother:— Abi.

22. bSPaN 'Abiy,6l, ab-ee-ale'; from 1 and 410;

father (i.e. possessor) of God; Abiel, the
name of two Isr. :— Abiel.

23. OOSOiN 'Ably' ac&pb, ab-ee-aw-sawf ; from

1 and 622; father of gathering (i.e.
gatherer); Abiasaph, an Isr.:— Abiasaph.

24. 5,ON 'abiyb, aw-beeb'; from an unused root

(mean, to be tender) ; green, i.e. a young
ear of grain; hence the name of the month Abib or
Nisan:— Abib, ear, green ears of corn.

25. ]iS,DS ,,3N 'Ably Glb'own, ab-ee' ghib-one';

' from 1 and 1391 ; father (i.e. founder)
of Gibon; Abi-Gibon, perh. an Isr.:— father of Gibeon.

26. 5j , 3 ,, 3N 'Abiygayil, ab-ee-gdh'-yil, or shorter
bj,SN 'Abiygal, ab-ee-gal'; from 1 and 1524;

father (i.e. source) of joy; Abigail or Abigal, the
name of two Israelitesses:— Abigal.

27. T3' 1 3£? 'Abiydan, ab-ee-dawn'; from 1 and

1777; father of judgment (i.e. judge);
Abidan, an Isr. :— Abidan.

28. yTSN 'Ably da', ab-ee-daw 1 ; from 1 and 3045;

'father of knowledge (i.e. knowing); Abida,
a son of Abraham by Keturah:— Abida, Abidah.

29. fPSN 'Abiyah, ab-ee-yaw 1 ; or prol. ,ISTQN

'Abiyahuw, ab-ee-yaw' -hoo; from 1
and 3050; father (i.e. worshipper) of Jah; Abijah,the
name of several Isr. men and two Israelitesses:—
Abiah, Abijah.

30. N17T13N 'AbiybiiW, ab-ee-hoo'; from 1 and

1931 ; father (i.e. worshipper) of Him
(i.e. God) ; Abihu, a son of Aaron:— Abihu.

31. ,HrTSN 'Abiyhuwd, ab-ee-hood'; from 1 and

1935; father (i.e. possessor) of renown;
Abihud, the name of two Isr.:— Abihud.

32. b,.iTISN 'Abiybayil, ab-ee-hah'-yil; or (more
correctly) b,S?, 'Abiycbayll, ab-ee-khah'-yil;
from 1 and 2428; father (i.e. possessor) of might; Abi-
hail or Abichail, the name of three Isr. and two Is-
raelitesses: — Abihail.

33. ,,Wr? ,,K ' Abiy ba-,Ezrty, ab-ee' -liaw-ez-

' ree'; from 44 with the art. inserted;
father of the Ezrite; an Abiezrite or descendant of
Abiezer:— Abiezrite.

34. T,iN 'ebydwn, eb-yone'; from 14, in the sense

of want (espec. in feeling); destitute:—
beggar, needy, poor (man).

35. flSTON! 'abiyownab, a6-ee-j,o-ncraJ';froml4;

provocative of desire; the caper berry
(from its stimulative taste):— desire.
b-'tTSN 'Abiycbayil. See 32.

36. aittTnN 'Abiytawb, athee-toob 1 ; from 1 and

' 2898; father of goodness (i.e. good); Abi-
tub, an Isr.:— Abitub.

37. btTSN 'Abiyfal, ab-ee-tal'; from 1 and 2919;

' father of dew (i.e. fresh); Abital, a wife
of King David:— Abital.

38. 0,3$ ' Abiyam, ab-ee-yawm'; from 1 and 3320;

' father of (the) sea (i.e. seaman); Abijam
(or Abijah), a king of Judah:— Abijam.

39. btjWON 'Abiyma'61, ab-ee-maw-aW ; from 1

' and an elsewhere unused (prob. for.)
word; father of Mael (appar. some Arab tribe) ; Abi-
mael, a son of Joktan:— Abimael.

40. Tlbn,aiS 'Abiymelek, ab-ee-mel'-ek; from 1

and 4428; father of (the) king; Abime-
lek, the name of two Philistine kings and of two
Isr. :— Abimelech.

41.. an3, , 3£? 'Abiynadab, ab-ee,naw-dawb' ; from

1 and 5068; father of generosity (i.e.

liberal) ; Abinadab, the name of four Isr. :— Abinadab.

42. 0?3' , 3N 'Abiyao'am, ob-ee-no'-am; from l

and 5278; father of pleasantness (i.e.
gracious); Abinoam, an Isr.:— Abinoam.
IraN 'Abiyner. See 74.

43. £©J3§I 'Ebyacapfc, eb-yaw-sawf ; oontr. from

23; Ebjasaph, an Isr.:— Bbiasaph.

44. ,ItS,,??. 'Abiy'ezer, ab-ee-ay'-zer; from 1 and

' 5829; father of help (i.e. helpful); Abie-
zer, the name of two Isr. :— Abiezer.

45. pabS',N 'Ably-'albown, ab-ee-cil-bone';

from 1 and an unused root of unc.
der.; prob. father of strength (i.e. valiant); Abial-
bon, an Isr. :— Abialbon.

46. T3N 'abiyr, aw-beer'; from 82; mighty (spo-

ken of God):— mighty (one).

47. ,P38 'abbiyr, ab-beer'; for 46:— angel, bull,

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

48. DT1N 'Abtyram, ab-ee-rawm'; from 1 and

, 7811; father of height (i.e. lofty);
Abiram, the name of two Isr.:— Abiram.

49. SlB'Ofc? 'Abtysbag, ab-ee-shag'; from 1 and

7686; father of error (i.e. blundering);
Abishag, a concubine of David:— Abishag.

50. yillTiN »Abiysb,kwac, ab-ee-shoo'-ah; from

' 1 and 7771 ; father of plenty (i.e. pros-
perous); Abishua, the name of two Isr.:— Abishua.

51. ,Vlll3 n SIS 'Ablysbuwr, ab-ee-shoor 1 ; from 1

' and 7791; father of (the) wall (i.e. perh.
mason); Abishur,a,n Isr.: — Abishur.

52. , , 1B' , 3N 'Abiysbay, ab-ee-shah'ee; or (shorter)

,,rilS ' Absbay, ab-shah'ee; from 1 and 7862;
father of a gift (Le. prob. generous) ; Abi-
shai, an Isr. :— Abishai.

53. Dibl2i, , 3N 'Abiysbalowm, ab-ee-shaw-lome 1 ;

' or (short.) Dib'ij 3N ' Afoshalowm,
ab-shaw-lome' ; from 1 and 7965; father of peace (i.e
friendly); Abshalom, a son of David; also (the fuller
form) a later Isr. :— Abishalom, Absalom.

54. ,,irPSN 'Ebyathar, eb-yaw-thawr' ; contr.

from 1 and 3498; father of abundance
(i.e. liberal); Ebjathar,sta Isr.: — Abiathar.

55. Tp, 'abafe, aw-bak'; a prim, root; prob. to coil

upward:— mount up.

56. briN 'abal, aw-bal'; a prim, root; to bewail:—

lament, mourn.

57. bSN 'abel, aw-bale'; from 56; lamenting:—

mourn (-er, -tag).

58. bSIK 'abel, aw-bale'; from an unused root

(mean, to be grassy); a meadow: — plain.
Comp. also the prop, names beginning with Abel-.

59. biN 'Abel, ajo-6ate', - from58; a. meadow; Abel,

the name of two places in Pal. : — Abel.

60. biN 'Sbel, ay'-bel; from 56; lamentation:—


61. bSN 'aba.1, ab-awl'; appar. from B6 through

the idea of negation; nay, i.e. truly or
yet:— but, indeed, nevertheless, verily.

62. nrWHTTa baN 'Abel Beyth-raae&fcab.,

aw-bale' bayth ma-a-kaw';
from 58 and 1004 and 4601 ; meadow of Beth-Maakah;
Abel of Beth-maakah, a place in Pal.: — Abel-beth,
maacbah, Abel of Beth-maachah.





63. JPJST&J ba« »Ab61 lmsb-Snluiym, aw-

bate 1 hash-shit-teem' ; from 56 and
the plur. of 7848, with the art. ins. ; meadow of the
acacias; Abel hash-Shittim, a place in Pal.:— Abel-

64. tflSffi ba§ 'Abel K e ramiym, aw-bale'

ker-aw-meem,' ; from 58 and the
plur. of 3754; meadow of vineyards; Abel-Keramim,
a place in Pal. :— plain of the vineyards.

65. rfymti baN 'Abel M e cb.6wlab, aw-bale,

mekh-o-laW; from 58 and 4346;
meadow of dancing; Abel-Mecholah, a place in
Pal. :— Abel-meholah.

66. B?ObaN 'Abel Maylm, aw-bale' mah'-yim;

from 58 and 4325; meadow of water;
AbeUMajim, a place in Pal. :— Abel-maim.

67. B,lJpabaN 'Abel Mitsraylm, aw-bale'

mits-rah'-yim; from 68 and 4714;
meadow of Egypt; AbeUMitsrajim, a place in Pal.:—

68. ,|3N 'eben, eh'-ben; from the root of 1139

through the mean, to build; a stone:—
-|- carbuncle, -f mason, -(-plummet, [chalk-, hail-,
head-, sling-] stone (-ny), (divers) weight (-s).

69. la.K 'eben (Chald.), eh'-ben; corresp. to 68:—


70. ,J3fc, 'oben, o'-ben; from the same as 68; a pair

of stones (only dual); a potter's wheel or a
midwife's stool (consisting alike of two horizontal
disks with a support between):— wheel, stool.
71. fljl,N ' Abanah, ab-avynaw'; perh. fem. of 68;
stony; Abanah, a river near Damascus: —
Abana. Comp. 649.

72. 1J5SJJT ,jaN 'Eben Ha-'ezer. eh'-ben haw-e'-
zer; from 68 and 6828 with the art.
ins. ; stoneof the help; Eben-ha-Ezer, a place in Pal. :—

73. UHK 'abnet, ab-nate'; of uncert. deriv.; a

belt:— girdle.
74 ,paN 'Abner, ab-naref; or (fully) ira&j

'Abtyner, ab-ee-nare'; from 1 and 5216;
father of light (Le. enlightening); Abner, on Isr.:—

75. D3N 'abac, aw-bas 1 ; a prim, root; to fodder:—

fatted, stalled.

76. Sl|3»aN ,aba«bft«ab, ab-ah-boo-aw 1 ; (by re-

' dupl.) from an unused root (mean, to
belch forth); an inflammatory pustule (as eruption) :—

77. V3N 'Ebets, eh'-bets; from an unused root

prob. mean, to gleam; conspicuous; Ebets,
a place in Pal. :— Abez.

78. ,3£3N 'Ibtsan, ib-tsawn'; from the same as76;

splendid; Ibtsan, an Isr.: — Ibzan.

79. p3N 'abaq, aw-bakf; a prim, root; prob. to

float away (as vapor), but used only as
denom. from 80; to bedust, i.e. grapple: — wrestle.

80. p3N 'abdq, aw-bawk 1 ; from root of 79 ; light par-

ticles (as volatile):— (small) dust, powder.

81. •,!]??£$ 'abaqab, db-aaj-fcaic'; fem. of 80:—


82. ,ON 'abar, aw-bar 1 ; a prim, root; to soar:—


83. ,ON 'eber, ay-ber 1 ; from 82; a pinion:— [long-]

wing (-ed).
84 TtiaN ,ebrab, eb-raW; fem. of 83:-feather,

85. BFPiaN 'Abraham, ab-raw-hawm' ; contr.

from 1 and an unused root (prob. mean.
to be populous); father of a multitude; Abraham, the
later name of Abram:— Abraham.

86. ,!p3N ,ab«Sk, ab-rake'; prob. an Eg. word

mean, kneel:— bow the knee.

87. B'laN 'Abram, ab-rawm'; contr. from 48; high

father; Abram, the original name of Ab-
raham:— Abram.

I'lgaN 'Abshay. See 53.
BiVoaN ' Abshalowm. gee 53.

88. rON 'oboth. oJmth'; plur. of 178; water-sfcims, -

Oboth, a place in the Desert:— Oboth.

89. N38 ' Ag6', aw-gay'; of uncert. der. [comp. 90] ;

Age, an Isr. 1— Agee.

90. 538 'Agag, ag-ag';or 5JN 'Agag, ag-awg';

of uncert. der. [comp. 89]; flame; Agag, a
tattle of Amalekitish kings:— Agag.

91. ,CUN 'Agagiy, ag-aw-ghee'; patrial or patron.

from 90; an Agagite or descendant (subject)
of Agag:— Agagite.

92. !TTIN 'aguddah, ag-ood-daw'; fem. pass.

' part, of an unused root (mean, to bind); a
band, bundle, knot, or arch: — bunch, burden, troop.

93. TON 'egowz, eg-oze'; prob. of Pers. or.; a

nut: — nut.

94. TUN 'Aguwr, ow-goor'; pass. part, of 103;

gathered (i.e. received among the sages);
Agur, a fanciful name for Solomon:— Agur.

95. S,nT5N 'Sgowrah, ago-rato'; from the same

as 94; prop, something gathered, i.e.
perh. a grain or berry; used only of a small (silver)
coin,:— piece [of] silver.

96. 53N 'egel, eh'-ghel; from an unused root (mean.

to flow down or together as drops); a reser-
voir:— drop.

97. B?b3N 'Eglayim, eg-lah'-yim; dual of 96; a

double pond; Eglajim, a place in Moab:—

98. DJN 'agam, ag-am'; from an unused root (mean.

to collect as water) ; a marsh; hence a rush
(as growing in swamps); hence a stockade of reeds:—
pond, pool, standing [water].

99. BAN 'agem, aw-game'; prob. from the same

as 98 (in the sense of stagnant water); fig.
sad: — pond.

100. T1H5N 'agmown, ag-mone'; from the same

as 98; a marshy pool [others from a dif-
ferent root, a kettle]; by impl. a rush (as growing
there); collect, a rope of rushes:— bulrush, caldron,
hook, rush.

101. ]|t« 'aggan, ag-gawn'; prob. from 5059; a

oomiI (as pounded out hollow):— basin, cup,

102. E].JN 'aggaph, ag-gawf; prob. from 5062

(through the idea of impending); a cover
or heap; i.e. (only plur.) wings of an army, or crowds
of troops :— bands.

103. 'IAN 'Agar, aw-gar 1 ; a prim, root; to har-

vest:— gather.

104. N'T'iN 'igg«ra' (Chald.), ig-er-aw 1 ; of Pers.

or.; an epistle (as carried by a state
oourier or postman):— letter.

105. ba'ias, 'agarfal, ag-ar-tawl'; of uncert. der. ;

a basin: — charger.

106. tflAN 'egrdph, eg-rofe 1 ; from 1640 (in the

sense of grasping); the clenched hand:—

107. rn.Wt 'lggeretb, ig-eh'-reth; fem. of 104;

an epistle:— letter.

108. IN ,6d, ode; from the same as 181 (in the

sense of enveloping); a fog:— mist, vapor.

109. a,N ,adab, aw-dab'; a prim, root; to lan-

guish:— grieve.

110. bNSTIN »Adb e 'el, adbeh-ale'; prob. from 109

(in the sense of chastisement) and 410;
disciplined ofCtod; Adbeel, a son of Ishmael:— Ad-

111. TWSt 'A dad, ad-ad'; prob. an orfh. var. for

, ; 2301; Adad (or Hadad), an Edomite:—

112. i'lN 'Iddow, id-do ; of uncert. der.; Iddo, an

Isr.:— Iddo.
Bi,IN 'Edowm. See 123.
■'Wi'TN 'Eddwmiy. See 30.

113. ,|ilN 'adown, aw-done', or (short.) 'j'jN.

'a doii, aw-done'; from an unused root
(mean, to rate); sovereign, le. controller (human or
divine):— lord, master, owner. Comp. also names be-
ginning with , Adoni-',,,,,,,,

114. 111N »Add6wn, ad-done'; prob. intens. for

113; powerful; Addon, appar. an Isr.:—

115. B,lilN. 'Adowrayim, ad-o-rah'yim; dual

from 142 (in the sense of eminence);
double mound; Adorajim, a place in Pal.: — Adoraim.

116. X,tH »£dayii» (Chald.), ed-ah'-yin; of uncert.

der. ;then (of time):— now, that time, then.

117. ,T V 5N 'addijT, ad-deer' ; from 142; wide c,

(gen.) large; flg. powerful:— excellent, fa-
mous, gallant, glorious, goodly, lordly, mighty (-ier,
one), noble, principal, worthy.

118. N,HN 'Adalya', ad-al-yaW; of Pers. der.;

' Adalja, a son of Haman:— Adalia.

119. D'lN 'adam, aw-dam'; to show blood (in the

face), i.e. flush or turn rosy:— be (dyed,
made) red (ruddy).

120. BIN 'adam, aw-dawm'; from 119; ruddy, i.e.

a human being (an individual or the spe-
cies, mankind, etc.):— X another, -(-hypocrite, +
common sort, x low, man (mean, of low degree), per-

121. BIN 'Adam, aw-dawm'; the same as 120;

Adam, the name of the first man, also of a
place in Pal. :— Adam.

122. BHN 'adorn, aw-dome'; from 119; rosy:— reft,


123. B,N 'Edorn, ed-ome'; or (fully) BAN

'Edowm, ed-ome'; from 122; red [see
Gen. 25 : 85]; Edom, the elder twin-brother of Jacob;
hence the region (Idumsea) occupied by him:— Edom,
Edomites, Idumea.

124. B,IN 'odem, o'-dem; from 119; redness, i.e. the

ruby , garnet, or some other red gem :-

125. BTMIN 'adamdam, ad-am-dawm'; re

T! ' from 119 ; reddish: — (somewhat) reddish.

126. ?TO,IN 'Admab, ad-maw'; contr. for 127;

' , earthy; Admah, a place near the Dead
Sea:— Admah.

127. SlMIN 'adamah, ad-aw-maw 1 ; from 119; soil

' (from its gen. redness): — country, earth,
ground, husband [-man] (-ry), land.

128. rtWlN 'Adamab, ad-aw-maw'; the same as

T ' ,' 127; Adamah, a place in Pal. :— Adamah.
,,THIN 'admowniy. See 132.

129. ,WIN 'Adamly, ad-ato-mee'; from 127;

1 earthy; Adami, a place in Pal.:— Adami.

130. ''M'lN 'Eddmiy, ed-o-mee'; or (fully) , 1 ??ilN

'Eddwmfy, ed-o-mee'; patron, from
123; an Edomite, or desc. from (or inhab. of) Edom:—
Edomite. See 726.

131. B,IN ' Adummlym, ad-oom-meem'; plur.

' of 121; red spots; Adummim, a pass in
Pal. :— Adummim.

132. , , ?,3'19! 'admonty, ad-mo-nee', or (fully)

, , |1?2'1N 'admoiirniy, ad-mo-nee'; from 119;

plexion):— red, ruddy.

133. Nrm'IN 'Admatba', ad-maw-thaw'; prob.

of Pers. der. ; Admatha, a Pers. noble-
man:— Admatha.

134. ,IN 'eden, eh' -den; from the same as 118 (in

' the sense of strength); a basis (of a build-
ing, a column, etc.):— foundation, socket.
pN ,adon. See 113.

135. V,N 'Addan, ad-dawn': intens. from the

same as 134 ; firm; Addan, an Isr. :— Addan.

136. ,'i'TN 'Adonay, ad-o-noy'; an emphatic form

s of 113; the Lord (used as a prop, name of
God only):— (my) Lord.

137. pta,S'lN 'Addniy-Bezeq., ,uU,,-nee-beh'-

,' zek; from 118 and 966; lord of
Bezek; Adoni-Bezek, a Canaanitish king:— Adoni-

138. TT'l'lN 'Addniyah, ad-o-nee,aw' ; or. (prol)
IfT'i'lN 'Ad6niya.bAir, ad-o-nee-yaw'-hoo;

' from 113 and 3050; lord (i.e. worshipper)
of Jah; Adonijah, the name of three Isr.:— Adonijah-

139. p,-,lN 'Adoniy-Tsedeq, ad-o,-nee-

' tseh'-dek; from 113 and 6664; lord of
justice; Adoni-Tsedek, a Canaanitish king:— Adoni

140. Bp,S 'Ad6ntyq&m, ad-o-nee-fajt»m';from

, ' 113 and 6965; lord of rising (Le. high)'
Adonikam, the name of one or two Isr.:— Adonikam




141. tiT'S'lN 'Adonlyram, ad-o-nee-rawm'; from
T ' , 113 and 7311; lord of height; Adoniram,
an 1st. :— Adoniram.

143. TIN 'adar, aw-dar': a prim, root; to expand,
~ T i.e. be great or (fig.) magnificent:— (be-
come) glorious, honourable.

143. TIN 'Adar, ad-awr'; prob. of for. der.; pern.

T , ! mean, fire; Adar, the 12th Heb. month:—

144. TIN 'Adar (Chald.), ad-awr 1 ; corresp. to

T , 143:— Adar.

145. TIN 'eder, eh'-der; from 148; amplitude, i.e.

(concr.) a mantle; also (flg.) splendor:—
goodly, robe.

146. TIN 'Addar, ad-dawr'; intens. from 142; am-

x ■ pit; Addar, a place in Pal. ; also an Isr. :—

147. TIK 'Iddar (Chald.), id-dar 1 ; intens. from a

root corresp. to 142; ample, i.e. a thresh-
Ing-ytoor:— threshingfloor.

148. Tf5T1N 'adargazer (Chald.), ad-ar,-gdw-

zare'; from the sameasl47, and 1505;
a chief diviner, or astrologer:— judge.

149. NTp,1N 'adrazda' (Chald.), adWaz-daw';

, : , ! prob. of Pers. or.; quickly or care-
ful! y:— diligently.

150. ,I3T3N 'adarkdn, ad-ar-kone'; of Pers. or. ;

a daric or Pers. coin: — dram.
151. ffllN 'Adoram, ad-o-rawm'; contr. for 141;
, Adoram (or Adoniram), an Isr.:—

158. ,ilbfilTlN 'Adrammelek, ad-ram-meh'-lek;
from 142 and 4428; splendor of (the)
king; Adrammelek, the name of an Assyr. idol, also
of a son of Sennacherib:— Adrammelech.

153. ST1N 'edra' (Chald.), ed-rato'; an orth. var.

for 1872; an arm, i.e. (flg.) power:— force.

154. ,,18 'edre'ly, ed-reh'-ee; from the equiva-

lent of 153; mighty; Edrei, the name of
two places in Pal. :— Edrei.

155. riTjN 'adderetb, ad-deh'-reth; fem. of 117;

something ample (as a large vine, a wide
dress); also the same as 145:— garment, glory, goodly,
mantle, robe.

156. IAIN 'adash, aw-dasft'; a prim, root; to tread

out (grain):— thresh.

157. IStlN 'abab, aw-hab'; or a!,!N »abeT,, aw-

habe'; a prim, root; to have affection for
fsexually or otherwise):— (be-) love (-d, -ly, -r), like,

158. aflN 'abab, ah'-hab; from 157; affection (in a

good or a bad sense):— love (-r).

159. arfS 'ohab, o'-hab; from 156; mean, the same

as 158:— love.

160. !,D!1N 'ababab, a-hab-aw'; fem. of 158 and

mean, the same:— love.

161. IflN 'Obad, o'-had; from an unused root

mean, to be united; unity; Ohad, anlsr.:—

162. Sl!,lN 'ahabb, a-haw'; appar. a prim, word

' expressing j,ai»exclamatorily; Oh!:— ah,

163. N171N 'Ah&Ta', &-hav-aW; prob. of for. or.;

Ahava, a river of Babylonia:— Ahava.

164. ,I,I,,!N 'Ebuwd, ay-hood'; from the same as

161 ; united; Ehud, the name of two or
three Isr.:— Ehud.

165. ,AN 'Shiy, e-hee'; appar. an orth. var. for

346; where:— I will be (Hos. 13 : 10, 14)
[which is often the rendering of the same Heb. form
from 1961].

166. btlN 'ataal, aw-hal'; a prim, root; to be

clear:— shine.

167. bi3N 'abal, aw-hal'; a denom. from 168; to

tent:— pitch (remove) a tent.

168. b?1N '6bel, o'-hel; from 166; a tent (as clearly

conspicuous from a distance):— covering,
(dwelling) (place), home, tabernacle, tent.

169. bil'N 'Obel, o'-hel; the same as 168; Ohel, an

, Isr.:-OheL

170. FlbilN 'Ob61ab, 6-hoUaw'; in form a fem. of

168, but in fact for SibilN 'Obdlabb,

, r. T

o-hol-aw 1 ; from 168; her tent (i.e. idolatrous sanctu-
ary); Oholah, a symbol, name for Samaria:— Aholah.

171. aN,,bnN 'Obdliy'ab, o,-hoUe-awb' ; from

, ', T 168 and 1; tent of (his) father; Oho-
liab, an Isr.:— Aholiab.

172. Sia,bftN 'Obollyban, 3,-fco2-ee-oaio'; (simi-

larly with 170) for Sia,N 'Obd-
liybabb, o,-hoUe-baw'; from 168; my tent (is) in
her; Oholibah, a symbol, name for Judah:— Aholibah.

173. rrn,briS, 'ObSliybamab, o,-hoUe-baw-

maw,; from 168 and 1116; tent of
(the) height; Oholibamah, a wife of Esau:— Aholiba-

174. d,bllN 'analiym, a-haw-leem'; or (fem.)

nibllN 'abalowtb, d-haw-loth' (only used
' thus in the plur.) ; of for. or. ; aloe wood
(i.e. sticks):— (tree of lign-) aloes.

175. lililN 'Abarown, d-har-one'; of uncert.

deriv. ; Aharon, the brother of Moses:—

176. IN '6w, o; presumed to be the ,constr.,or

genitival form of IN ,,v, av, short, for
185; desire (and so prob. in Pro v. 31 : 4); hence (by
way of alternative) or, also if:— also, and, either, if,
at the least, X nor, or, otherwise, then, whether.

177. biSIS 'tJw'el, oo-ale'; from 176 and 410; wish
of God; DeJ.anlsr.:— Uel.

178. SIN 'dwb, obe; from the same as 1 (appar.
through the idea of prattling a father's

name); prop, a mumble, Ie. a water-sfcm (from its
hollow sound); hence a necromancer (ventriloquist,
as from a jar):— bottle, familiar spirit

179. b,aiN 'Owbiyl, o-beel'; prob. from 56;
mournful; Obil, anlshmaelite:— Obil.

180. baiN 'uwbal, oo-bawl'; or (short.) baN
'ubal, oo-bawl'; from 2986 (in the sense

of 2988); a stream:— river.

181. ,11N 'uwd, ood; from an unused root mean,
to rake together; a poker (for turning or

gathering embers):— (fire-) brand.

182. rriTlN 'owdowtb, o-dot,i'; or (short.) nilN
'odowtli, o-doth' (only thus in the

plur.); from the same as 181; turnings (i.e. occa.
sions) ; (adv.) on account of :— (be-) cause, concerning,

183. ftlN 'avab, aw-vaw'; a prim, root; to wish
for:— covet, (greatly) desire, be desirous,

long, lust (after).

184. mtt 'avab, aw-vaw'; a prim, root; to extend
or mark out:— point out.

185. FHN 'awab, aw,aw 1 ; from 183; longing:—
desire, lust after, pleasure.

186. ,'TIN 't)wzay, oo-zah'ee; perh. by perm, for
5813, strong; XJzai, an Isr.:— Uzai.

187. bllN 'tJwzal, oo-zdwl'; of uncert. der.; Uzal,
a son of Joktan:— Uzal.

188. ,,IN »fiwy, o'ee; prob. from 183 (in the sense
of crying out after); lamentation; also

interj. Oh! :— alas, woe.

189. ''IN 'Eviy, ev-ee'; prob. from 183; desirous;
Evi, a Midianitish chief :—Evi.

a?iN 'owySb. See 341.

190. fTIN 'owyah, o-yaw 1 ; fem. of 188:— woe.

191. b'HN 'fiviyl, ev-eel'; from an unused root
(mean, to be perverse); (flg.) silly:— tool

(-ish) (man).

192. ,SJlSa Vng 'Eviyl M «rodak, ev-eel' mer-

o-dak'; of Chald. deriv. and prob.
mean, soldier of Merodak; EvilrMerodak, a Babylon-
ian king:— Evil-merodach.

193. b,1N » Awl, ool; from an unused root mean, to
twist, i.e. (by Impl.) be strong; the body
(as being rolled together); also powerful:— mighty,

194. ,iblN 'Awlay, oo-lah'ee; or (short.) ,'bjjl
'ulay, oo-lah'ee; from 176; if not; hence

perhaps: — if so be, may be, peradventure, unless.

195. ,,VlN 'tfwlay, oo-lah'ee: of Pers. der.; the
Ulai (or Eulasus), a river of Persia:— Ulat

196. ,N 'fivtliy, ev-ee-lee'; from 191; silly, fool-
ish; hence (mor.) impious:— foolish.

197. QblN 'fiwlam, oo-lawm'; or (short.) Clbs,
'ulam. oo-lawm'; from 481 (in the sense

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

198. OblN 'trwlam, oo-lawm'; appar. from 481
(in the sense of dumbness); solitary;

Ulam, the name of two Isr.:— Ulam.

199. QblN 'fiwlam, oo-iatem'; appar. a variation
of 194; however or on the contrary:— as

for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely, truly, where-

200. flblN 'trveletb, iv-veh'-leth; from the same
as 191; silliness:— folly, foolishly (-ness).

201. TOIN ,6wmar, o-mawr'; from 559; talka-
tive; Omar, a grandson of Esau:— Omar.

202. TIN 'own, one; prob. from the same as 205
(in the sense of effort, but successful);

ability, power, (flg.) wealth:— force, goods, might,
strength, substance.

203. ,1N 'Own, one; the same as 202; On, an
Isr. :— On.

204. 'JIN 'Own, one; or (short.) ■}& 'On. ,»•■, ,,
Eg. der.; On, a city of Egypt:— On.

205. ,JIN 'aven, aw'-ven; from an unused root
perh. mean. prop, to pant (hence to exert

oneself, usually in vain; to come to naught); strictly
nothingness; also trouble, vanity, wickedness; spec,
an idol:— affliction, evil, false, idol, iniquity, mischief,
mourners (-ing), naught, sorrow, unjust, unrighte-
ous, vain, vanity, wicked (-ness.) Comp. 369.

206. ,1N 'Aven, aw'-ven; the same as 205; idola-
try; Aven, the contemptuous synonym of

three places, one in Coele-Syria, one in Egypt (On),
and one in Pal. (Bethel):— Aven. See also 204, 1007.

207. 131N '6wn6w, o-no'; or (short.) S3N
»6ndw, o-no'; prol. from 202; strong;

Ono, a place in Pal. :— Ono.

208. &31N 'Ownam, o-nawm'; a var. of 209;
strong; Onam, the name of an Edomite

and of an Isr. :— Onam.

209. 'JJIN 'Ownan, o-nawn': a var. of 207; strong;
Onan, a son of Judah: — Onan.

210. TB1N » tfwpbaz, 00-,CTOZ'; perh. a corruption
of 211; Uphaz, a famous gold region :-


211. TBIN 'Owpbiyr, o-feer 1 ; or (short.) T'ljU
'Opbtyr, o-feer'; and 1D1N '©w-

pbir, o-feer'; of uncert. deriv.; Ophir, the name
of a son of Joktan, and of a gold region in the East:—

212. ]S1N 'owphan, o-fawn'; or (short) )t,,,,,,,,i
'opban, o-fawn'; from an unused root mean, to
revolve; a wheel:— wheel.

T31N 'dwpbir. See 211.

213. VW 'uwts, oots; a prim, root; to press; (by
impl.) to be close, hurry, withdraw:—

(make) haste (-n, -y), labor, be narrow.

214. ,IZIN 'owtsar, o-tsaw 1 ; from 686; a deposi-
tor,;— armory, cellar, garner, store

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

215. TIN 'owr, ore; a prim, root; to be (caus.
make) luminous (lit. and metaph.):—

X break of day, glorious, kindle, (be, en-, give,
show) light (-en, -ened), set on Are, shine.

216. TIN '6wr, ore; from 215; illumination or
(concr.) luminary (in every sense, includ-
ing lightning, happiness, etc.):— bright, clear, + day,
light (-ning), morning, sun.

217. TIN »uwt, oor; from 215; flame, hence (In
the plur.) the East (as being the region of

light) :— fire, light. See also 224.

218. TIN 'trwr, oor; the same as 217; Ur, aplace
in Chaldsea; also ai, Isr.: — Ur.

219. HTlN '6wrab, ,mv.w,; fem. of 216; hirni-
nousness, i.e. (flg.) prosperity; also a

plant (as being bright):— herb lieht.




220. iTVIN. 'avGrab, aimy-raW; by transp. for

723; a stall:— cote.

221. ,IN 'tlwrty, oo-ree'; from 217; itery; Uri,

the name of three Isr. :— Uri.

222. bijP'TIN 'tJwrlyel, oo-ree-ale'; from 817 and

410; ,tone o, G7od; J7rieJ, the name of
two 1st. :— Uriel.

223. rVTtN 'tlwriyab, oo-ree-jaw'; or (prol.)

It'P'llN 'f,wriyabdw, oo-ree-yawf-hoo;
from 217 and 3050; flame of Jah;
Urijah, the name of one Hittite and five Isr. '.—Uriah,

224. D,IN 'frwrfym, oo-reem'; plur. of 217;

lights; Urim, the oracular brilliancy of
the figures in the high-priest's breastplate:— Urim.
WliN 'Owrenab. See 728.

225. TIN 'uwtb, ooth; a prim, root; prop, to

come, i.e. (impl.) to assent:— consent.

226. 7Y1N '6wtb, 6th; prob. from 225 (in the sense

of appearing); a signal (lit. or fig.), as a
flag, beacon, monument, omen, prodigy, evidence,
etc.;— mark, miracle, (en-) sign, token.

227. TN 'az, awz; a demonstrative adv.; at that

time or place; also as a conj., therefore:—
beginning, for, from, hitherto, now, of old, once,
since, then, at which time, yet.

228. NTN ,aza, (Chald.), az-ato'; or frTN ,&zab

(Chald.), az-aie'; to kindle; (by impl.) to
heat:— heat, hot.

229. ,,ajN 'Ezbay, ez-bah'ee; prob. from 231;

hyssop-like; Ezbai, an Isr. :— Ezbai.
280. ,1TN 'azad (Chald.), az-awd'; of uncert. der. ;

, firm:— be gone.
231. aitN 'Szdwb, ay-zobe'; prob. of for. der.;

hyssop:— hyssop.
832. Tittt 'ezowr, ay-zore'; from 246; something

oirt; a 6e,t, also a oand:— girdle.

233. VN 'fizay, az-ah'ee; prob. from 227; at that

time:— then.

234. !TT,DTN 'azkaJrab, az-kaw-raw'; from 2142;

a reminder; spec. rememora»ce-oJ,er-
ing:— memorial.

235. bjN 'azal, aw-zaV; a prim, root; to 30 aioa#,

hence to disappear:— fail, gad about, go to
and fro [but in Ezek. 27 : 19 the word is rendered by
many ,from Uzal,, by others ,yarn,], be gone

236. b_TN 'azal (Chald.), az-al'; the same as 235; to

, depart:— go (up).

237. b.TS 'ezel, eh'-zel; from 2S5; departure; Ezel,

a memorial stone in Pal. :— Ezel.

238. ,ITN 'azan, aw-zan'; a prim, root; prob. to

1 expand; but used only as a denom. from
241 j to broaden out the ear (with the hand), i.e.
(by impl.) to listen:— give (perceive by the) ear, hear
(-ken). See 239.

289. ,|TN 'azan, aw-zan'; a prim, root [rather
ident. with 238 through the idea of scales as
if two ears]; to weigh, l.e. (fig.) ponder:— give good

240. 1TN 'az£n, aw-zane'; from 238; a spade or

paddle (as having a broad end):— weapon.

241. ,1TN »6zen, o'-zen; from 238; broadness, i.e.

(concr.)the ear (from its form in man):—
4- advertise, audience, + displease, ear, hearing,
4- show.

242. FtlNti ,pjX 'Uzzen Sbe'erab, ooz-zane'

,' sheh-er-aw'; from 288 and 7609;
plat of Sheerah (i.e. settled by him) ; Uzzen-Sheerah, a
place in Pal :— Uzzen-sherah.

243. ,vtan rriattj 'Aznowtb Tab6wr, ««-

»6th' taw-bore'; from 238 and
8396; ,lata (i.e. tops) of Tabor (i.e. situated on it);
Aznoth-Tabor, a place in Pal. :— Aznoth-tabor.
244 ,WN 'Ozniy, oz-nee'; from 241; having
(quick) ears; Ozni, an Isr. ; also an Oznite
(collect.), his desc.:— Ozni, Oznites.

245. S1J518 'Azanyab, az-an-yaw'; from 238 and

3050; heard by Jah; Azanjah, an
IBr.;— Azaniah.

246. d,TN 'azlqqSym, az-iblceem'; a var. for

2131; manacles: — chains.

247. ITN 'azar, aw-zar 1 ; a prim, root; to belt: —

bind (compass) about, gird (up, with).

248. 8,N 'ezrfiwa', ez-ro'-d; a var. for 2220;

the arm: — arm.

249. HJTN 'ezracb, ez-rawkh'; from .2224 (in the

sense of springing up); a spontaneous
growth, i.e. native (tree or persons): — bay tree,
(home-) born (in the land), of the (one's own) country

250. TjTtN 'Ezracbiy, ?.z-raw-khee'; patron.

from 2246; an Ezrachite or desc. of
Zerach:— Ezrahite.

251. IlN 'acb, awkh; a prim, word; a brother

(used in the widest sense o£ literal relation-
ship and metaph. affinity or resemblance [like 1]):—
another, brother (-ly), kindred, like, other. Comp.
also the prop, names beginning with , Ah-, or

252. UN »acb (Chald.), akh; corresp. to 251:—


253. f,IN 'acb, aioftft; a var. for 162; Oh! (expres-

sive of grief or surprise):— ah, alas.

254. TIN 'acb, awkh; of uncert. der.; afire-pot or

chafing-dish :— hearth.

255. HN ,6acb, o'-akh; prob. from 253; a howler

or lonesome wild animal: — doleful creature.

256. SStIM 'Ach'ab, akh-awb'; once (by contr.)

inN 'Echab (Jer. 29 : 22), ekh-awb'; from
251 and 1; brother [i.e. friend] of (his)
father; Achab, the name of a king of Israel and of a
prophet at Babylon:— Ahab.

257. ,3f7N 'Acbban, ckh-bawn'; from 251 and

995; brother (i.e. possessor) of under-
standing; Achban, an Isr. : — Ahban.

258. inN 'acbad, kzw-khad'; perh. a prim, root;

to unify, i.e. (fig.) collect (one's
thoughts):— go one way or other.

259. ,inN 'ecbad, ekh-awd'; a numeral from 258;

prop, united, i.e one, - or (as an ordinal)
first:— a, alike, alone, altogether, and, any (-thing),
apiece, a certain, [dai] ly, each (one), + eleven,
every, few, first, + highway, a man, once, one, only,
other, some, together.

260. 1T1N 'achuw, awf-khoo; of une. (perh. Eg.)

der.; a bulrush or any marshy grass (par-
ticularly that along the Nile):— flag, meadow.

261. Iinijt 'Ecbiiwd, ay-khood'; from 258;

united; Echud, the name of three
Isr.:— Ehud.

262. ilJHN 'acbvab, akh-vaw'; from 2331 (in the

sense of 2324); an utterance;— declara-

263. FnfJN 'acbavab (Chald.), akh-av-aw'; cor-

resp. to 262; solution, (of riddles): — show-

264. iTltlSS 'acbavab, akh-av-aw 1 ; from 251;

fraternity:— brotherhood.

265. Hirti, 'Acbdwach, akh-o'-akh; by redupl.

' from 251; brotherly; Achoach, an
Isr.;— Ahoah.

266. ,'f'rinN 'Acbowcbfy, akh-o-khee'; patron.

from 264; an Achochite or desc. of
Achoach: — Ahohite.

267. ,OTriN 'Acbftwmay, akh-oo-mah'ee; perh.

' from 251 and 4325; brother (i.e. neigh-
bour) of water; Achumai, an Isr.:— Ahumai.

268. Tins, 'acbdwr, aw-khore'; or (short.) ,inN

'achor, aw-khore'; from 299; the
hinder part; hence (adv.) behind, backward; also (as
facing north) the West:— after (-ward), back (part,
-side, -ward), hereafter, (be-) hind (-er part), time to
come, without.

269. rriflN 'acbAwtb, aw-khoth'; irreg. fem.

of 251 ; a sister (used very widely [like
250], lit. and fig.):— (an-) other, sister, together.

270. THN 'acbaz, aw-khaz'; a prim, root; to seize

(often with the accessory idea of holding
in possession): — |- be affrighted, bar, (catch, lay,
take) hold (back), come upon, fasten, handle, por-
tion, (get, have or take) possess (-ion).

271. TttN 'Acbaz, aw-khawz'; from 270; posses-

sor; Achaz, the name of a Jewish king and
of an Isr. : — Ahaz.

272. rwnN 'acbuzzab, akh-ooz-zaw'; fem. pass.

' pare, from 270; something seized, i.e.
a possession (esp. of land):— possession.

273. ,,TnN 'Achzay, akh-zah'ee; from 270; seizer;

Achzai, an Isr.:— Ahasai.

274. tVJttN 'Acbazyab, akh-az-yaw'; or (prol.)

IfPTHN 'Achazyabuw, akh,az-yaw'-hoo;
from 270 and 3050; Jah has seized;
Achazjah, the name of a Jewish and an Isr. king:—

275. D-TON 'Acbnzzam, akh,ooz-zawm' ; from

270; seizure; Achuzzam, an Isr.:— Ahu-

276. ntrtN ' Acb nzzatb, akh-ooz-zath'; a var. of

272; possession; Achuzzath, a Philis-
tine:— Ahuzzath.

277. TIN 'Achiy, akh-ee'; from 251; brotherly;

Achi, the name of two Isr. :— Ahi.

278. TIN 'Ecbiy, ayJchee'; prob. the same as

277; Eehi, an Isr.:— Ehi.

279. DNTIN 'Acbiy'am, akh-ee-awm'; from 251

' and 517; brother of the mother (i.e.
uncle); Achiam, an Isr.:— Ahiam.

280. iTTTIN. 'achiydab (Chald.), akh-ee-daw 1 ;

corresp. to 2420, an enigma: — hard

281. STAN 'Acblyab, akh-ee-yaw'; or (prol.)

TTTIN 'Achiyabdw, akh-ee-yaw' -hoo;
' from 251 and 3050; brother (i.e. worship-
per) of Jah; Achijah, the name of nine Isr. :— Ahiah,

282. TflTjN 'Aebiybuwd, akh-ee-hood' ; from

251 and 1935; brother (i.e. possessor)
of renown; Achihud, an Isr.: — Ahihud.

283. rriN 'Acbydw, akh-yo'; prol. from 251;

brotherly; Achio, the name of three
Isr.:— Ahio.

284. ,inTIN 'Acbiycbftd, akh-ee-khood' ; from

',' ' 251 and 2330; brother of a riddle (i.e.
mysterious); Achichud, an Isr.; — Ahihud.

285. aitSTJN 'Achiytftwb, akh-ee-toob'; from

' 251 and 2898; brother of goodness;
Achitub, the name of several priests:— Ahitub.

286. TfeTIN 'Acbtylawd, akh-ee-lood'; from

' 251 and 3205; brother of one born;
Achilud, an Isr.:— Ahilud.

287. nTMTlJJ 'Acbiymdtirtb, akh-ee-mdth' ;

from 251 and 4191; brother of death;
Achimoth, anlsr.:— Ahimoth.

288. TfbnTjN 'Acbiymelek, akh-ee-meh'-lek;

from 251 and 4428; ftrofher 0, (the)
king; Achimelek, the name of an Isr. and of a Hit-
tite :— Ahimelech.

289. ]72TIN 'Acbtyman, akh-ee-man'; or

,KlTIN 'Acblyman, akh-ee-mawn'; from
' 251 and 4480; brother of a portion (i.e.
gift); Achiman, the name of an Anakite and of an
Isr. : — Ahiman.

290. ySSTJSj 'Acbiyma'ats, afcft-ee-j»ah'-ats;

from 251 and the equiv. of 4619;
brother of anger; Achimaats, the name of three
Isr. :— Ahimaaz.

291. ,jTIN 'Acbyan, akh-yawn'; from 251; broth-

erly; Achjan, an Isr.:— Ahian.

292. aiiTJN 'Acbiynadab, akh-ee-naw-dawb 1 ;

from 251 and 6068; brother of liberal-
ity; Achinadab, an Isr. : — Ahinadab.

293. Dy,nN 'Acbiynd'am, akhree-no'-am;

from 251 and 5278; brother of pleas-
antness; Achinoam, the name of two Israelitesses:—

294. IpapTlN 'Acbiycamab, afcft-ee-sara-

, mawk'; from 251 and 5564; brother
of support; Achisamak, an Isr.: — Abisamach.

295. 1T3JTIN 'Acbty'ezer, dkh-ee-eh'-zer; from

' 251 and 5828; brother of help: Achi-
ezer, the name of two Isr.:— Ahiezer.

296. apTJN 'Aebfyqam, akh-ee-kawm'; from

, ' ' 251 and 6965; brother of rising (I.e.
high); Achikam, anlsr.:— AMkam.

297. ayTlN 'Achiyram, afcft-ee-rawrot'; from

' 251 and 7311; brother of height (i.e.
high); Achiram, anlsr.:— Ahiram.

298. ,•JJTTJN 'Aehiyramiy, akh-ee-raw-mee' ;

' patron, from 297; an Achiramite or
desc. (collect.) of Achiram:— Ahiramites.

299. fffW 'Achiyra', akh-ee-rah'; from 251

' and 7451; brother of wrong; Achira,
an Isr. : — Ahira.

800. ,itTlirnN 'Achiyshachar, akh-ee-shakh'-
ar; from 851 and 7837; brother of
(the) dawn; Achishachar, an Isr.:— Ahishar.
301. THrni? 'Achiyshar, akh-ee-shawr' ; from
T ' ' 251 and 7891; brother of (the) singer;
Achishar, an Isr. :— Ahishar.

802. bshTIK 'Achiyth&phel, akh-ee-tho'-fel;
' ' from 251 and 8602; brother of folly;
Achithophel, an Isr. : — Ahithophel.

303. ibnN 'Achlab, akh-lawb'; from the same

, : root as 2459; fatness (i.e. fertile') ; Ach-
lab, a place in Pal. : — Ahlah.

304. ,ibtlN 'Achlay, akh-lah'ee; the same as 805;

: wishful; Achlai, the name of an Israel-
itess and of an Isr. :— Ahlai.

305. ,'bniS! 'achalay, akh-al-ah'ee; or ,btlN

'aclialey, akh-aVay': prob. from 253
and a var. of 3863; would that!:—0 that, would God.

306. fmbriN 'achlamah, akh-law'-maw; perh.

, ' from 2492 (and thus dream-stone); a
gem, prob. the amethyst:— amethyst.

307. Nnnntjt 'Achm e tha.', akh-me-thaw'; of

Pers. der. ; Achmetlia (i.e. Ecbatana),
the summer capital of Persia:— Achmetha.

308. i aOni? 'Achachay, akh-asbah'ee; of un-

cert. der.; Achasbai, an Isr.:— Ahasbai.
809. inN 'achar, aw-khar'; a prim, root; to
, T loiter (i.e. be behind); by impl. to pro-
crastinate:- continue, defer, delay, hinder, be late
(Slack), stay (there), tarry (longer).

310. ,ItlN 'acliar, akh-ar'; from 809; prop, the

hind part; gen. used as an adv. or conj.,
after (in various senses):— after (that, -ward), again,
at, away from, back (from, -side), behind, beside, by,
follow (after, -ing), forasmuch, from, hereafter, hind-
er end, + out (over) live, + persecute, posterity, pur-
suing, remnant, seeing, since, thence [-forth], when,

311. 'nOi? 'achar (Chald.), akh-ar'; corresp. to

310; after:— [here-] after.

312. inN 'acher, akh-air 1 ; from 309; prop.

hinder; gen. next, other, etc.: — (an-)
other (man), following, next, strange.

313. IflN 'Acher, akh-air 1 ; the same as 313;

Acher, an Isr. :— Aher.
314 flinN 'acharown, akh-ar-one'; or (short.)
VinN 'acharon, akh-ar-one'; from 309;
hinder: gen. late or last; spec, (as fac-
ing the east) western:— after (-ward), to come, fol-
lowing, hind (-er, -ermost, -most), last, latter, rere-
ward, ut(ter)most.

315. n,TIN 'Achraeh, akh-rdkh; from 310 and

' 251, after (his) brother: Achrach, an
Isr.:— Aharah.

316. bn,iriN 'Acharchel, akh-ar-kale' ; from

310 and 2426; behind (the) intrench-
ment (i.e. safe) ; Acharehel, an Isr. :— Aharhel.

317. , 1 ,inN 'ochoriy (Chald.), okh-or-ee'; from

' , T 311; other:— (an-) other.

318. VTIN 'ochdreyn (Chald.), okh-or-ane';

, , ' or (short.) YlTTJJ 'ochdren (Chald.),
okh-or-ane'; from 317; last:— at last.

319. rT,nN 'achariyth, akh-ar-eeth' ; from 310;

the last or end, hence the future; also
posterity:— (last, latter) end (time), hinder (utter)
-most, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward.

320. rT,nN 'achariyth (Cbald.), akh-ar-eeth';

' ' from 311; the same as 319; later:—

321. Tltli, 'ochdran (Chald.), okh-or-awn'; from

811; the same as 817; other:— (an-)

YnttN 'ochdren. See 318.

322. rPSTnlS 'achoranniyth, akh-o-ran-neeth' ;

prol. from 268; backwards:— back
(-ward, again).




,JBT11B08 'aehashdarpan, akh-ash-dar-

pan': of Pers. der.; a satrap or

governor of a main province (of Persia):— lieutenant.

324. ■JsTIttJITO aehashdarpan (Chald.), akh-
ash-dar-pan' ; corresp. to 323: —


325. UJinTOON 'Achashverowsh, akh-ash-
vay-rosh'; or (short.) USTOnSt
'Achashrdsh, akh-ash-rosh'

(Esth. 10 : 1); of Pers. or. ; Achashverosh (i.e. Ahasue-
rus or Artaxerxes, but in this case Xerxes), the title
(rather than name) of a Pers. king:— Ahasuerus.

326. ,HrnBOK 'achashtariy, akh-ash-taw-ree' ;
prob. of Pers. der. ; an achastarite

(i.e. courier); the designation (rather than name) of
an Isr. : — Haakashtari [includ. the art.].

327. ,pnUJnSi ', akh-ash-taw-rawn' ;
of Pers. or. ; a mule:— camel.

328. l3N 'af, at; from an unused root perh. mean,
to mo'oe softly; (as a noun) a necromancer

(from their soft incantations), (as an adv.) gently:—
charmer, gently, secret, softly.

329. 1t2&, ,&t&.&, aw-tawd'; from an unused root
prob. mean, to pierce or make fast; a

Wiorn-tree (espec. the buckthorn):— Atad, bramble,

330. ,)1J3N ,e(uwn, ay-toon'; from an unused
root (prob. mean, to bind) ; prop, twisted

(yarn), i.e. tapestry:— fine linen.

331. QDN 'alain, aw-tam'; a prim, root; to close
(the lips or ears); by anal, to contract (a

window by bevelled jambs): — narrow, shut, stop.

332. ',IE3N 'atar, aw-tar'; a prim, root; to close
up:— shut.

333. ,ItiN 'Ate,r, aw-tare'; from 832; maimed;
Ater, the name of three Isr. :— Ater.

334. ,IBN 'Uter, it-tare'; from 332; shut up, i.e.
impeded (as. to the use of the right

hand): — |- left-handed.

335. ,,N 'ay, ah'ee; perh. from 370; where? hence
how ,—how, what, whence, where, wheth-
er, which (way).

336. ,'N 'ly, ee; prob. ident. with 335 (through the
idea of a query); not:— island (Job 22 : 30).

337. ,'N 'iy, ee ! short, from 188; alas!:— woe.

338. ,Sl »ty, ee; prob. ident. with 337 (through the

idea of a doleful sound) ; a howler (used only
in the plural), i.e. any solitary wild creature:— wild
beast of the islands.

339. ijt 'ly, ee; from 183; prop, a habitable spot

(as desirable); dry land, a coast, an
island:— country, isle, island.

340. S,N 'ayab, aw-yab'; a prim, root; to hate

(as one of an opposite tribe or party);
hence to be hostile:— he an enemy.

341. 2iS '6yeb, o-yabe'; or (fully) a,HK '6w-

yeb, o-yabe'; act. part, of 340; hating;
an adversary:— enemy, foe.

342. iia,N 'eybah, ay-baw 1 ; from 340; hostil-

1 ity:— enmity, hatred.

343. TN 'eyd, ode; from the same as 181 (in the

sense of bending down); oppression; by
impl. misfortune, ruin:— calamity, destruction.

344. !,PN 'ayah, ah-yaw'; perh. from 337; the

screamer, i.e. a hawk:— kite, vulture.

345. STN 'Ayah, ah-yaw'; the same as 844; Ajah,

T the name of two Isr. : — Aiah, Ajah.

346. fPN Jay6h,afc-»ai,' 1 , prol.fromsa5;tofter«,:—


347. ISTW ,iy6wb, ee-ydbe 1 ; from 340; hated (i.e.

' persecuted); Ijob, the patriarch famous
for his patience:— Job.

348. bars? 'lyzebel, ee-zeh'-bel; from 336 and

'■,'' ' 2083; chaste; Izebel, the wife of king
Ahab:— Jezebel.

349. TpN '6yk, «,e, also !,'?'',? 'eykah, ay-

kaw'; and ttSS,N 'eykakah, ay-
kaw'-kah; prol. from 335; how? or how!; also where:—
how, what.

350. ,ria3,, 1 £? ty-kabowd, ee-kaw-bode 1 ; from

T ' 336 and 8519; (there is) no glory, i.e.
inglorious; Ikabod, a son of Phineas: — I-chabod.

351. ttD,N 'eykdh, ay-ko; prob. a var. for 849, but

not as an interrogative; where:— where,
tld,N 'eykah; FDD,K 'eykakah. Sea

352. b?N 'aytl, ah'-yil; from the same as 193;

prop, strength; hence anything strong;
spec, a chief (politically); also a ram (from his
strength); a pilaster (as a strong support): an oak or
other strong tree:— mighty (man), lintel, oak, post,
ram, tree.

353. b,, 'eyal, eh-yawl'; a var. of 852; strength.—


354. b n N 'ayal, ah-yawl'; an intens. form of 359

(in the sense of ram); a stag or male
deer:— hart.

355. !,lb,N 'ayalah, ah-yaw-law'; tern, of 351; a

doe or female deer:— hind.

356. ,pb,N 'isyldwn, ay-lone'; or (short.) ■pbjl

'Blown, ay-lone'; or ibiN 'Eyldn,

ay-lone'; from 352; oak-grove; Elon,
the name of a place in Pal., and also of one Hittite,
two Isr. :— Elon.

357. ,pbjN 'Ayaldwn, ah-yaw-lone' ; from 354.

deer-field; Ajalon, the name of Ave
places in Pal. :— Aijalon, Ajalon.

358. Ijn rP3 ffe,l$ 'Eylown Beyth Cha-

nan, ay-lone' bayth-chaw-
nawn'; from 356, 1004, and 2603; oak-grove o,(the)
house of favor; Elon of Beth-chanan, a place in
Pal. :— Elon-beth-hanan.

359. nib-'N 'Eylowth, ay-loth'; or nb,N

'Eylath, ay-lath'; from 352; trees or
a grove (i.e. palms) ; Eloth or Elath, a place on the
Red Sea:— Elath, Eloth.

360. nib, 1 }, 'eyaliiwth, eh-yaw-looth' ; tern, of

353; power; by impl. protection:—


361. Ob,N 'eylam, ay-lawm'; or (short.) dbN

'elam, ay-lawm'; or (fern.) rt2bN
'elammah, ay-lam-maw'; prob. from 352; a pil-
lar-space (or colonnade), i.e. a pale (or portico):—

362. db,N 'Eyllm, ay-leem'; plur. of 852; palm-
trees; Elim, a place in the Desert: —


363. ,jb,N 'tylan (Chald), ee-lawn'; corresp. to

356; a tree: — tree.

364. ,HNB b 1 , 'Eyl Pa'ran, ale paw-raum';

from 352 and 6290; oak of Paran;
El-Paran, a portion of the district of Paran:— El-

■jbiN 'Eylon. See 356.

365. nb,N 'ayeleth, ah-yeh'-leth; the same as

355; a doe:— hind, Aijeleth.
fi,N 'aylm. See 868.

366. D,N 'ay6m, aw-yome'; from an unused root

(mean, to frighten); frightful: — terrible.

367. n)!, 1 }, 'eymah, ay-maw'; or (short.) n?3N

T ■' T ,

'email, ay-maw 1 ; from the same as
366; fright; concr. an idol (as a bugbear):— dread.
fear, horror, idol, terrible, terror.

368. d, l n ,, N 'Eymiym, ay-meem'; plur. of 867;

terrors; Emim, an early Canaanltisil
(or Moabitish) tribe:— Emims.

369. ],]i, 'ayln, ah'-yin; as if from a prim, root

mean, to be nothing or not exist; a non-
entity; gen. used as aneg. particle:— else, except, fail,
[father-] less, be gone, in [-curable], neither, never,
no (where), none, nor (any, thing), not, nothing, to
nought, past, un [searchable], well-nigh, without.
Comp. 870.

370. T,N 'ayln, ah-yin'; prob. ident. with 869 in

the sense of query (comp. 336);— where?
(only in connection with prep, pref., whence):—
whence, where.

371. ]' , N 'iyn, ee»t; appar. a short, form of 869|

but (like 870) interrog. ; is it not?:— not

372. ,ITS,N »iy«ezer, ee-eh'-zer; from 8

helpless; Iezer, an Isr. :— Jeezer.




873. ,,,l??, ,fy«eiriy, ee-ez-ree 1 ; patron, from

372; an Iezritt or desc of Iezer:— Je-

874. ttBnS ,€ypbab, ay-fart; or (short.) tXBSf,

'epbab, ay-fart; of Eg. der.; an
ephah or measure for grain; hence a measure in
gen.:— ephah, (divers) measure (-s).

375. ilfi,N ,6ypbdb, ay-fo'; from 385 and 6311;
what place?; also (of time) when?; or
(of means) how?: — what manner, where.

876. ti,N 'iy»b, eesh; contr. for 582 [or perh.

rather from an unused root mean, to be
extanf]; a man as an individual or a male person;
often used as an adjunct to a more definite term (and
in such cases frequently not expressed in transla-
tion)'.— also, another, any (man), a certain, + cham-
pion, consent, each, every (one), fellow, [foot-, hus-
band-] man, (good-, great, mighty) man, he, high
(degree), him (that is), husband, man [-kind], + none,
one, people, person, + steward, what (man) soever,
whoso (-ever), worthy. Comp. 802.

877. IS,S ,iy»b, eesh; denom. from 376; to be a

man, ie. act in a manly way:— show (one)
self a man.

378. niB3,115 - 'i? 'fysb-Bosbetb, eesh-bo'-sheth;

from 3T6 and 1322; man of shame;
Ish-Bosheth, a son of King Saul:— Ish-bosheth.

379. TlTT,N 'iysbbowd eesh-hode'; from 376

and 1935; man of renown; Ishod, an
Isr.:— Ishod.

380. ,plB' , N 'iysbdwn, ee-shone'; dimin. from

376; the little man ot the eye; the pupil
or ball; hence the middle (of night):— apple [of the
eye], black, obscure.

,TH,N si ysb-Cbay. See 881.

381. b, , HHB,'N 'iyBb-CbayU, eesh-khah'-yil ;

from 376 and 2428 ; man of might; by
defect, transcription (2 Sam. 23 : 20) ,TniTN ,lsb-

Cbay, eesh-khah'ee; as if from 376 and 2416; living
man; Ish-chail (or Ish-chai), an Isr.:— a valiant man.

382. ,,UTN 'lysb-Towb, eesh-tobe' ; from

376 and 2897; man ofTob; Ish-Tob,
& place in Pal. :— Ish-tob.

,US' 1 !, 'ishay See 3448:
■prHN 'itbown. See 2978.

383. ,WN 'iytbay (Chald.), ee-thah'ee ; corresp.

to 8426; prop, entity; used only as a par-
ticle of affirmation, there is: — art thou, can, do ye,
have, it be, there is (are), X we will not.

384. v ,N' , n' , N 'fytbiy'el, eeth-ee-alef ; perh. from

837 and 410; God has arrived; Ithiel,
the name of an Isr., also of a symb. person:— Ithiel.

385. ,TpP,'N 'fytbamar, eeth-aw-mawr 1 ; from

839 and 8558; coast of the palm-tree;
Ithamar, » son of Aaron:— Ithamar.

386. ,|rPN 'eytban, ay-thawn'; or (short.) yiN

'etban, ay-thawn'; from an unused
root (mean, to continue); permanence; hence (concr.)
permanent; spec, a chieftain:— hard, mighty, rough,
strength, strong.

387. ,jrpBl 'Eytban, ay-thawn'; the same as 886;

permanent; Ethan, the name of four
Isr. :— Ethan.

388. d,irpN Eythaniym, ay-thaw-neem' ; plur.

of 386; always with the art.; the per-
manent brooks; Ethanim, the name of a month:—

389. ,N 'ak, ale; akin to 403; a particle of affirma-

tion, surely; hence (by limitation) only:—
also, in any wise, at least, but, certainly, even, how-
beit, nevertheless, notwithstanding, only, save, surely,
of a surety, truly, verily, + wherefore, yet (but).

390. ,I3N 'Akkad, ak-kad'; from an unused root

prob. mean, to strengthen; a fortress;
Accad, a place in Bab.:— Accad.

391. ST5N 'akzab, ak-zawb'; from 3576; false-

hood; by impl. treachery:— Bar, lie.

392. a,pS 'Akziyb, ak-zeeb'; from 891; deceit-

ful (in the sense of a winter-torrent
which fails in summer); Akzib, the name of two
places in Pal.;— Achzih,

393. TON 'akzar ak-eawr 1 ; from an unused root
(appar. mean, to act harshly); violent;

by impl. deadly; also (in a good sense) brave:— cruel,

394. ,''n'pN 'akzarfy, ak-zaw-ree'; from 393; ter-

rible: — cruel (one).

395. rTPTpS 'akz«riyAwtb, ak-ze-ree-ooth' ;

from 894; fierceness:— cruel.

396. Flb,pN 'akfylab, ak-ee-law'; tern, from 398;

something eatable, i.e. food: — meat.

397. IBpN 'Ablysb, aw-keesh'; of uncert. der.;

Akish, a Philistine king: — Achish.

398. bpN 'attal, aw-kaV; a prim, root; to eat

(lit. or fig.):— X at all, burn up, consume,
devour (-er, up), dine, eat (-er, up), feed (with), food,
X freely, x in . . . wise (-deed, plenty), (lay) meat,
X quite.

399. bpt, 'akal (Chald.), ak-al'; corresp. to 398:—

+ accuse, devour, eat.

400. b?N 'obel, o'-kel; from 398; food:— eating,

food, meal [time], meat, prey, victuals.

401. blDN 'Crkal, oo-kawl'; or b3N Tbkal,

ook-kawV; appar. from 398: devoured;
Ucal, a fancy name:— Ucal.

402. ilbSN 'oklab, ok-lart; fern, of 401; food:—

consume, devour, eat, food, meat.

403. ,DR 'alien, aw-kane'; from 3559 [comp.

3651]; firmly; fig. surely; also (advers.)
but:— but, certainly, nevertheless, surely, truly,

404. tpit 'aliapb, aw-kaf; a prim, root; appar.

mean, to curve (as with a burden); to
urge:— crave.

405. t|3N 'efcepb, eh'-kef; from 404; a load; by

impl. a stroke (others dignity): — hand.

406. ,,ON 'ibbar, ik-kawr'; from an unused root

mean, to dig; a farmer: — husbandman,

407. f]12)DN , Aksbapb, afc-sftaw,'; from 3784; fas-

cination; Acshaph, a place in Pal.:—

408. bit 'al, al; a neg. particle [akin to 8808]; not

(the qualified negation, used as a depreca-
tive); once (Job 24 : 25) as a noun, nothing:— nay,
neither, + never, no, nor, not, nothing [worth],
rather than.

409. bit 'al (Chald.), al; corresp. to 408:— not.

410. bN '61, ale; short, from 352; strength; as adj.

mighty; espec. the Almighty (but used also
of any deity):— God (god), X goodly, X great, idol,
might (-yone), power, strong. Comp. names in ,-el.,

411. bN '©1, ale; a demonstr. particle (but only in

a plur. sense) these or those:— these, those.
Comp. 428.

412. bN '£1 (Chald.), ale; corresp. to 411:— these.

413. bit '61, ale; (but used only in the shortened

constr. form bN 'el, el) ; a prim, particle,
prop, denoting motion towards, but occasionally
used of a quiescent position, i.e. near, with or among;
often in general, to: — about, according to, after,
against, among, as for, at, because (-fore, -side), both
. . . and, by, concerning, for, from, X hath, in (-to),
near, (out) of, over, through, to (-ward), under, unto,
upon, whether, with (-in).

414. NbN »EIa', ay-law'; a var. of 424; oak; Ela,

anlsr.:— Elah.

415. bN79? ,tibst bN 'EI 'el6bf-y TTtsra'el,

ale el-o-hay' yis-raw-ale' ;
from 410 and 430 and 3478 ; the mighty God of Jisrael ;
El-Elohi-Jisrael, the title given to a consecrated spot
by Jacob:— El-elohe-israel.

416. bNTH;| bN »E1 B&yth-'El, ale bayth-ale';

from 410 and 1008; the God of
Bethel; El-Bethel, the title given to a consecrated
spot by Jacob:— El-beth-el.

417. ti,asbN 'elgabiysb, eVgaw-beesh'; from

410 and 1378; hail (as if a great
peart):— great hail [-stones].

418. fi,libx 'alguwmmiym, al-goom-meem' ;

by transp. for 484; sticks of algum
wood:— algum [trees].

419. ,libit 'Eldad, el-ddd'; from 410 and 1730;

God has loved; Eldad, anlsr.:— Eldad.

420. WWt 'Elda'ab, el-daw-art; from 410 and

3045; God of knowledge; Eldaah, B,
son of Midian:— Eldaah.

421. FlbN 'alab, aw-lart; a prim, root [rather

ident. with 422 through the idea of invo-
cation] ; to bewail: — lament.

422. ilbN 'alab, aw-lart; a prim, root; prop, to

adjure, i.e. (usually in a bad sense) im-
precate: — adjure, curse, swear.

423. tlbN 'alab, aw-law'; from 422; animpreco-

tion: — curse, cursing, execration, oath,

424. TtbN 'elab, ay-law'; f em. of 852; an oak or

other strong tree:— elm, oak, teil tree

425. 7,ibN 'Blab, ay-lart; the same as 424; Elah,

the name of an Edomite, of four Isr., and
also of a place in Pal. :— Elah.

426. PlbN »81abb (Chald.), el-art; corresp. to

T , 433; God;— God, god.

427. ribN 'allah, aWaio'; a var. of 424:— oak.

428. ilbN 'el-leb, ale'-leh; prol.from411; tfteseor

those:— an- (the) other; one sort, so,
some, such, them, these (same), they, this, those,
thus, which, who (-m).

429. STJN 'elleb (Chald.), ale'-leh; corresp. to

428:— these.
, rfbN'elfiabb. See 433. |yiJ £v,-

D,ribN 'eloblym, el-o-heem'; plur. of 433;
'' gods in the ordinary sense; but spec,
used (in the plur. thus, esp. with the art.) of the su-
preme God; occasionally applied by way of defer-
ence to magistrates; and sometimes as a superla-
tive:— angels, X exceeding, God (gods) (-dess, -ly),
X (very) great, judges, X mighty.

431. ibN 'alftw (Chald.), al-oo'; prob. prol. from

: 412; lo!:— behold.

432. ibN 'illikw, il-loo'; prob. from 408; nay, i.e.

(softened) if:— but if, yea though.
tTlbN 'Slowabb, el-o'-ah; rarely (short.)
fa ,



,-PN 'eloabb, el-o'-ah; prob. prol. (emphat.)
from 410; a deity or the Deity:— God'
god. See 430.

434. ?13N 'eluwl, el-ool'; for 457; good for noth-

ing:— thing of nought.

435. blbN 'filuwl, el-ool'; prob. of for. der.; Elul,

, the sixth Jewish month:— Elul.

436. TibN 'Sldwn, ay-lone'; prol. from 852; an

oak or other strong tree:— plain. See also

437. IlbN 'allown, aJAone'; a var. of 436:— oak.

438. flbN 'Allown, al-lone'; the same as 437;


Allon, an Isr., also

a place in Pal.:—

rVDa 1,feN 'Allown Bakuwth, al-lone'
baw-kooth'; from 437 and a var.
of 1068; oak of weeping; Allon-Bakuth, a monumen-
tal tree:— Allon-bachuth.

440. ,iibN ',lowniy, ay-lo-nee'; or rather

(short.) ''bbN ',loniy, ay-lo-nee';
patron, from 438; mElonite or desc. (collect.) of
Eton:— Elonites.

441. EjlbN 'allnwpb, al-loof; or (short.) tjbN

'alluph, al-loof; from 502; familiar;
a friend, also gentle; hence a buttock (as being tame;
applied, although masc, to a cow); and so a chief,
tain (as notable like neat cattle):— captain, duke,
(chief) friend, governor, guide, ox.

442. TlJlbN 'AlnWBb, aw-loosh'; of uncert. der.;

Alush, a place in the Desert:— Alush.

443. lilbs VElzafoad, el-saw-bawd'; from 410

and 2064; God has bestowed; Elzabad,
the name of two Isr. : —Elzabad.

444. tlbN 'alacb, aw-lakh'; a prim, root; to mud-

dle, i.e. (fig. and intrans.) to turn (mor-
ally) corrupt:— become filthy.

445. 13lbx 'Elchanan, el-khaw-nawn'; from

T ! 410 and 2603; God (is) gracious; Elcha-
nan, anlsr.: — Elkanan.

r?N 'Elly. See 1017.




446. a,bN 'Eliy,ab, el-ee-awb'; from 410 and 1;

God of (his) father; Eliab, the name
of six Isr.:— Eliab.

447. b&rbK 'Eliy,el,eZ-ee-,rie';from410repeated;

, God o,(his) Qod; Eliel, the name of
nine Isr. :— Eliel.

448. firiN,N 'Eliyatbab, el-ee-aw-thaw'; or

(contr.) firpbt? 'Eliyatbab, el-
ee-yaw-thaw'; from 410 and 385; God of (his) consent;
Eliathah, an Isr.:— Eliathah.

449. TT'bN 'filiydad, ehee-dawd' ; from the

, same as 419; God of (his) love; Elidad,
an Isr.:— Elidad.

450. STb&t 'Elyada«, el-yaw-daw'; from 410 and

¥T: 8045; God (is) knowing; Eljada, the
name of two Isr. and of an Aramaean leader:— Eliada.

451. frbs 'alyab, al-yaw'; from 422 (in the orig.

, ! , sense of strength) ; the stout part, i.e.
the fat tail of the Oriental sheep:— rump.

452. FrbN 'Eliyab, ay-lee-yaw'; or prol.

lln,N 'Ellyabuw, ay-lee-yaw'-hoo; from
T ', 410 and 3050; God of Jehovah; Elijah,
the name of the famous prophet and of two other
Isr.:— Elijah, Eliah.

45&. lifVlS ', Ii y ll , w , et-ee-hoo 1 ; or (fully)

NlFPbN 'EliybuW, el-ee-hoo'; from 410

and 1931; God of him; Elihu, the

name of one of Job's friends, and of three Isr. :—


454. ,S,jiFPbN ,Ely e b6w«eynay, el-ye-ho-ay-

nah'ee; or (short.) ,'F,bst

'Ely6w,6ynay, el-yo-ay-nah'ee; from 418 and
S068 and 5869; towards Jehovah (are) my eyes; Elje-
hoenai or Eljoenai, the name of seven Isr. :— Elihoe-
nai, Eiionai.

455. Nan,bN »Elyacbba», eJ-jrafeft-oate'; from 410

and 2fc44; Qod will hide; Eljachba,
an Isr. :— Eliahbah.

456. tft'mbN 'Eltycbdrepb, eUe-kho'-ref;

from 410 and 2779; God of autumn;
Elichoreph, an Isr.:— Elihoreph.

457. b-bi, 'eliyl, el-eel'; appar. from 408; good

, for nothing,by anal, vain or vanity; spec.
an idol:— -idol, no value, thing of nought.

458. 'JjbM'bN 'filiymelek, elee-meh'-lek; from

410 and 4428; God o, (the),- Eli-
melek, an Isr.— Elimelech.

459. pbt, 'llleyii (Chald.), il-lane 1 ; or shorter
TfeN 'IllSn, il-lane'; prol. from 412; these:—

the, these.

460. rp,bjS! 'Elyacaph, el-yaw-sawf; from 410

¥ T ' ' and 3264; God (is) gatherer; Eljasaph,
the name of two Isr.:— Ehasaph.

461. TtybN 'Eliy'ezer, el-ee-eh'-zer; from 410

' and B828; God of help; Eliezer, the
name of a Damascene and of ten Isr. :— Eliezer.

462. ,'W'bN 'filty'Synay, elree-ay-nah'ee; prob.

' contr. for 454; Elienai, an Isr.:—

463. OU,bN »Eliy«am, el-ee-awm'; from 410 and

, ' 5971; God of (the) peopie; Eliam, an
Isr. :— Eliam.

464. TB,N 'Eliypbaz, eUee-faz'; from 410 and

6337; God of gold; Eliphaz, the name
of one of Job's friends, and of a son of Esau:— Eli-

465. bs,bN 'Eliyphal, eUee-fawl'; from 410 and

, ' , 6419; God of judgment; Eliphal, an
Isr.:— Eliphal.

466. lilbtfbN 'Eliypb e 16buw, el-ee-fe-lay'-

,' ,, hoo; from 410 and 6395; God of his
distinction; Eliphelehu, aolsr.:— Elipheleh.

467. Cbs'bN 'Bliypbelef, el-ee-feh'-let; or

(short.) QbsbS 'Elpelef, eUpeh'-
let; from 410 and 6405; God of deliverance; Eliphe-
let'or Elpelet, the name of six Isr.:— Eliphalet, Eli-
phelet, Elpalet.

468. TOTbtt 'Eleytsirnrr, el-ee-tsoor 1 ; from 410

,, and 6697; God of (the) rock; Elitsur,
an Isr.:— Elizur.

469. ,JBX'bN 'Eliytsapban, el-ee-tsaw-fawn' ;

or (short.) ,BJWS! 'Eltsaphan,

el-tsaw-fawn'; from 410 and 6845; God of treasure;
Elitsaphan or Eltsaphan, an Isr. :— Elizaphan, Elza-

470. Np,bN 'Eliyqa', el-eckaW; from 410 and

6958; God of rejection; Elika, an
1st.:— Elika.

471. ti,b N 'Elyaqiym, el-yaw-keem' ; from410

and 6965; God of raising; Eljakim,
the name of four Isr.:— Eliakim.

472. J,IZ,bN 'Eliygbeba«, el-ee-sheh'-bah; from

' 410 and 7651 (in the sense of 7650) ;
God of (the) oath; Elisheba, the wife of Aaron:—

473. Mffi,bN 'Eliysbab, eUie-sliaw'; prob. of

for. der.; Elishah, a son of Javau:—

474. ?11B, l bN 'Eliysbuwa', eUee-shoo'-ah; from

410 and 7769; God of supplication (or
of riches'); Elishua, a son of King David:— Elishua.

475. S,TBjbtJ 'EIya»biyb, el-yaw-sheeb'; from

410 and 7725; God will restore; Elja-
shib, the name of six Isr.:— Eliashib.

476. 3,2Ta,bN 'Eliyshama', el-ee-shaw-maw' ;

, from 410 and 8085; God of hearing;
Elishama, the name of seven Isr. :— Elishama.

477. yTlJ-bt, ,Eliysba,, el-ee-shaw 1 ; contr. for

' , 474; Eliaha, the famous prophet:—

478. £3BTl5 , 'bN 'Eliysbapbat, eVee-shaw-fawV ;

from 410 and 8199; God of judg-
ment; Elishaphat, an Isr.: — Elishaphat.
FirvbK 'Eliyatbab. See 448.

T T- ■,:

479. TlbN 'IlleTt (Chald.), Make'; proL from 412;

these:— these, those.

480. ibbt} 'al e Iay, al-le-lah'ee; by redupl. from

421; alas!:— woe.

481. tlbN »alam, aw-lam'; a prim, root; to tie

' fast; hence (of the mouth) to be tongue-
tied:— bb&, be dumb, put to silence.

482. fibs, 'clem, ay'-lem; from 481; silence (i.e.

mute justice):— congregation. Comp. 3128.
abN 'Slam. See 361.

bbM 'alum. See 486.

483. DbN ,lll£m, iUame'; from 481; speech-

less:— dumb (man).

484. &P$ab8S 'almugglym, al-moog-gheem' ;

' prob. of for. der. (used thus only in
theplur.); almug (i.e. prob. sandal-wood) sticks:—
almug trees. Comp. 418.

485. ftabS 'alnmmak, aloom-maw'; or (masc.)
tfttt 'alum, aw-loom'; pass. part, of 481;

something bound; a sheaf: — sheaf.

486. ,H'lKlbs 'Almfiwdad, al-mo-dawd'; prob.

T ! , of for. der. :— Almodad, a son of Jok-
tan:— Almodad.

487. 'ilblsfejj 'Allammeleb., al-lam-meh'-lek;

from 427 and 4428; oak of (the) king;
AllammeUk, a place in Pal. :— Alammelech.

488. ,obN 'alman, al-mawn'; prol. from 481 in

T ! ~ the sense of bereavement; discarded (as
a divorced person) :— forsaken.

489. ,ttbN 'almfin, al-mone'; from 481 as in 488;

bereavement: — widowhood.

490. FlMbN 'almanali, al-maw-naw'; fern, of

488; a widow; also a desolate place:—
desolate house (palace), widow.

491. ni3M5N 'almaiiuwtb., al-maw-nooth' ;

fern, of 488; concr. a toidow; abstr.
widowhood: — widow, widowhood.

492. , I 3,3b,fi, 'almdniy, al-mo-nee'; from 489 in

the sense of concealment; some one
(i.e. so and so, without giving the name of the person
or place):— one, and such.
■jbN 'lllSn. See 459.

VjbN 'El6nly. See:440.

493. toibs 'Elna'am, el-nah'-am; from 410 and

'' 5276; God (is his) delight; Elnaatn, an
Isr, : — Bfaa&BX ,

494. TrffiMS 'Elnathan, el-naw-thawn' ; from

410 and 5414; God (is the) giver; Elna,
than, the name of four Isr. :— Elnathan.

495. ,lObs 'EUapar, el-law-sawr' ; prob. of for.

der.; Ellasar, an early country of

496. lljbN 'El'ad, el-awd'; from 410 and 5749;

God has testified; Elad, an Isr. :— Elead.

497. fTJSbjS 'El'adab., eZ-aw-daw',- from 410 and

¥T ! ',' 5710; God has decked; Eladah, an.
Isr.:— Eladah.

498. TCPbK 'El'uwzay, eloo-zah'ee; from 410

and 5756 (in the sense of 6797); God.
(is) defensive; Eluzai, an Isr.:— Eluzai.

499. IJSbN 'El'azar, el-aw-zawr'; from 410 and

'' 5826; God (is) helper; Elazar, the
name of seven Isr. :— Eleazar.

500. Sb,bS 'El'alS', el-awlay'; or (more prop-

erly) rtufbSI 'El'alSn, el-aw-lay';
from 410 and 5927; God (is) going up; Elale or Ela-
leh, a place east of the Jordan:— Elealeh.

501. fltobs 'El'asah, el-aw-saw 1 ; from 410 and

6213; God has made; Elasah, the
name of four Isr. :— Elasah, Eleasah.

502. 5]b{, 'alapb, aw-lof; a prim, root, to as-

sociate with; hence to learn (and caus. to
teach);— learn, teach, utter.

503. £]bN 'alapn, aw-laf ; denom. from 505; caus.

to make a thousandfold: — bring forth

504. EJbN 'elepb, eh'-lef; from 502; a,am%,-also

(from the sense of yoking or taming) an
ox or cow:— family, kine, oxen.

505. t]bN 'eleph, eh'-lef; prop, the same as 504;

hence (an ox's head being the first letter
of the alphabet, and this eventually used as a num-
eral) a thousand:— thousand.

506. rjb$ 'alaph (Chald.), alaf; or tjbs

'elepb, (Chald.), eh'-lef; corresp. to
505:— thousand.

507. E]bN 'Elepb., eh'-lef; the same as 505; Eleph,

a place in Pal.:— Eleph.
tjbs, 'alluph. See 441.

Ubsbit 'Elpelef. See 467.

508. b»gbN 'Elpa«al, eUpdh'-al; from 410 and

6466; God (is) act; Elpaal,anlar.:—

509. ybtt 'alats, aw-lats'; a prim, root; to

press:— urge.
IB,bit 'Eltaapban. See 469.

510. QlpbN 'alquwm, aUkoom'; prob. from 408

and 6965; a non-rising (i.e. resistless-
ness):— no rising up.

511. WpbiJ 'Elqanab, eUkaw-naw 1 ; from 410

, , ' and 7069; God has obtained; Elkanah.
the name of seven Isr.:— Elkanah.

512. ,'IDpbN 'Elqosbiy, el-ko-shee'; patrlalfrom

a name of uncert. der. ; an Elkoshite
or native of Elkosh:— Elkoshite.

513. ibinbN 'Eltowlad, eUto-lad'; prob. from

410 and a masc. form of 8435 [comp.
8434]; God (is) generator; Eltolad, a place in
PaL:— Eltolad.

514 Nprib, 'Elt e q6, el-te-kay'; or (moreprop.)
STpFlbSt ,Elt«qeb, el-te-kay'; of uncert. der.;

Eltekeh or Elteke, a place in Pal.: —

515. ,JpnbN »Elt e q6ii, el-te-kone'; from 410 and

8626; God (is) straight; Eltekon, a
place in Pal.:— Eltekon.

516. riniBFI bg ' Al tasbcbetb, al tash-kayth';

from 408 and 7843; Thou must not
destroy; prob. the opening words of a popular
song:— Al-taschith.

517. ON '§m, ame; a prim, word; a mother (as the

bond of the family) ; in a wide sense (both
lit. and fig.) [like 1]:— dam, mother, x parting.





ON 'inn, eem; a prim, particle; used very
widely as demonstr., lo!; interrog., wheth-
er?; or conditional, if, although; also Oh that!,
■when; hence as a neg., not:— (and, can-, doubtless, if,
that) (not), + but, either, + except, -f more (-over
if, than), neither, nevertheless, nor, oh that, or,
-f save (only, -ing), seeing, since, sith, + surely (no
more, none, not), though, + of a truth, + unless,
+ verily, when, whereas, whether, while, + yet.

519. S,TON 'amah, aw,-maw',' appar. a prim, word;

a maid-servant or female slave: —
(hand-) bondmaid (-woman,) maid (-servant).
TO3N ,emah. See38f.

T ■■

520. TO2N 'umnah, am-maiw'; prol. from 517;

prop, a mother (i.e. unit) of measure, or
the fore-arm (below the elbow), i.e. a cubit; also a
door-base (as a bond of the entrance):— cubit, + hun-
dred, exchange for 3967], measure, post.

521. TO2N 'aminah (Chald.), am-maw'; corresp.

to 520:— cubit.

522. TO2N 'Aminah, am-maw'; the same as 520;

Ammah, a hill in Pal. : — Ammah.

523. TO2N ummah, oom-maw 1 ; from the same

as 517; a collection, i.e. community of

persons:— nation, people.

624. TO2N ,immah (Chald.), oom-maw'; cor-
resp. to 523:— nation.

525. ,|TON 'amAwn, aw-mone'; from 539, prob.

in the sense of training; skilled, i.e. an
architect [like 542] : — one brought up.

526. ,pUN 'Imown, aw-mone'; the same as 525;

Amort, the name of three Isr.: — Amon.

527. flSSS 'amowi, mow'; a var. for 1995; a

throng of people:— multitude.

528. 1TON 'Amown, aw-mone'; of Eg. der.;

Amon (i.e. Ammon or Amn), a deity of

Egypt (used only as an adjunct of 4996) :— multitude,


629. ,ITON 'Smftwn, ay-moon'; from 539; estab-
lished, i.e. (fig.) trusty; also (abstr.)

trustworthiness:— faith (-ful), truth.

530. TOTON 'emuwnah, em-oo-nau?; or (short.)

TO13N '8mAnah, em-oo-umu'; fem. of 529;
lit. firmness; fig. security; mor. fidel-
ity:— -faith (-ful, -ly, -ness, [man]), set office, stability,
steady, truly, truth, verily.

531. VTON 'AmAwts, aw-mohts 1 ; from 553;

strong; Amots, an Isr. : — Amoz.

532. ,'MS 'Amiy, aw-mee'; an abbrev. for 526;

Ami, an Isr.:— Ami.
,)i3TON 'Amiynown. See 550.

am-meets'; or (short.)

from 553; strong
or (abstr.) strength: — courageous, migh-
ty, strong (one).

534. TBN 'amiyr, aw-meer'; appar. from 559 (in

the sense of self -exaltation); a summit
(of a tree or mountain):— bough, branch.

535. b72N ,amal, aw-mal'; a prim, root; to droop;

by impl. to be sick, to mourn:— languish,
be weak, wax feeble.

536. bbjON 'nmlal, oom-lal'; from 535; sick:—


537. bbnN »am£lal, am-ay-lawl'; from 535; lan-

guid: — feeble.

538. DON 'imam, am-awm'; from 517; gather-

ing-spot; Amam, a place in Pal.:—

539. TON 'aman, aw-man'; a prim, roof, prop.

to build up or support; to foster as a pa-
rent or nurse; fig. to render (or be) firm or faithful,
to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet; mor. to
be true or certain; once (Isa. 30 : 21; by interch.
for 541) to go to the right hand:— hence assurance,
believe, bring up, establish, + fail, be faithful (of
long continuance, stedfast, sure, surely, trusty, veri-
fied), nurse, (-ing father), (put), trust, turn to the

640. TON ,iman (Chald.), am-an'; corresp. to

539:— believe, faithful, sure.

641. TON 'aman, aw-man'; denom. from 3225;

to take the right hand road:— turn to the
right. See 539.



533. yTON 'ammtyts,

V,HN 'ammits, am-meets'i

542. TON 'aman, aw-mawn'; from 539 (in the

sense of training); an expert: — cunning

543. TO.N 'am6n, aw-mane'; from 539; sure;
abstr. faithfulness; adv. truly:— Amen,

so be it, truth.

544. TON '6men, oh.-men.'; from 539; verity:—


545. TO73N 'omnah, om-naw'; fem. of 544 (in the

spec, sense of training); tutelage:—
brought up.

546. TO72N 'omnali, om,naw'; fem. of 544 (in its
usual sense); adv. surely: — indeed.

547. TOBN ,6m e nah, o-me-naw'; fem. act. part,
of 544 (in the orig. sense of supporting);

a column: — pillar.

548. TO73N 'amanah, am-aw-naw'; fem. of 543;
something fixed, i.e. a covenant, an al-
lowance: — certain portion, sure.

549. TO72N 'Amanah, am-aw-naw'; the same as

543; Amanah, a mountain near Damas-
cus: — Amana.

TO72N 'Smunah. See 530.

T -. Vt

550. ,pMN 'Amnown, am-nohn'; or f,S

'Amiynown, am-ee-nohn'; from
539; faithful; Amnon (or Aminon), a son of David:—

551. &TON 'omnam, om-nawm'; adv. from 544;

verily:— indeed, no doubt, surely, (it is,
of a) true (-ly, -th).

552. I3MN 'umnam, oom-nawm'; an orth. var.

of 551:— in (very) deed; of a surety.

553. ITON 'amats, aw-mats'; a prim, root; to be

alert, phys. (on foot) or ment. (in cour-
age):— confirm, be courageous (of good courage,
stedfastly minded, strong, stronger), establish, for-
tify, harden, increase, prevail, strengthen (self), make
strong (obstinate, speed).

554. Visti 'amots, aw-mohts 1 ; prob. from 653; of

a strong color, i.e. red (others fleet):—

555. ,ITO'N 'omets, o'-mets; from 553; strength:—

yBN 'ammits. See 533.

TOWN 'amtsah, am-tsaw 1 ; from 553;

force: — strength.
, 5£13N 'Amtsiy, am-tsee'; from 553; strong ■

'' Amtsi, an Isr.:— Amzi.
TTJTnN 'Amatsyah, am-ats,yaw'; or

1TO3TON 'Amatsyahfkw, am-ats-yaw'-hoo;
from 553 and 3050; strength ofjah;
Amatsjah, the name of four Isr.:— Amaziah.

559. ,TON 'amar, aw-mar 1 ; a prim, root; to say

(used with great latitude):— answer, ap-
point, avouch, bid, boast self, call, certify, challenge,
charge, + (at the, give) command (ment), commune,
consider, declare, demand, X desire, determine, X ex-
pressly, X indeed, x intend, name, X plainly, pro-
mise, publish, report, require, say, speak (against,
of), X still, X suppose, talk, tell, term, X that is,
X think, use [speech], utter, X verily, x yet.

560. ,TON 'amar (Chald), am-ar'; corresp. to

559:— command, declare, say, speak, tell.

561. ,,TON »6mer, ay'-mer; from 559; something

said:— answer, X appointed unto him,
saying, speech, word.

562. 'TON »6mer, o'-mer; the same as 561:— pro-

mise, speech, thing, word.

563. ,TON 'Immar (Chald.), im-mar'; perh. from

660 (in the sense of bringing forth); a
lamb:— lamb.

564. 'TON 'Immfcr, im-mare'; from 559; talka-

tive; Immer, the name of five Isr.:—

565. ifTON Mmrah, im-raie'; or TOTON

'emrah, em-raw'; fem. of 561, and
mean, the same: — commandment, speech, word.

566. ,''TON ?Imriy, tnwee'; from 564; wordy;

Imxi, the name of two Isr.:— Imri.


,',TON 'J-Smorty, em-o-ree'; prob. a patron.

from an unused name derived from 659

in the sense of publicity, i.e. prominence; thus a

mountaineer; an Emorite, one of the Canaanitisa

tribes:— Amorite.

568. !,P,TON 'Amaryah, am-ar-yaw'; or (prol.)

1!T,TON 'Amaryahuw, am-ar-yaw'-hoo;
from 559 and 3050; Jah has said (i.e.
promised); Amar jah, the name of nine Isr.: — Aim,

569. bffTON 'Amraphel, am-raTO-,eZ', - of uncert.

(perh. for.) der. ; Amraphel, a king of
Shinar :— Amraphel.

570. UJ72N 'emesh, eh'-mesh; time past, i.e. yes-

terday or last night:— former time, yes-
terday (-night).

571. JTON 'emeth, eh'-meth; contr. from 539;

stability; fig. certainty, truth, trust-
worthiness:— assured (-ly), establishment, faithful,
right, sure, true (-ly, -th), verity.

572. nnrTON 'amtachath, am-takh'-ath; from

4969; prop, something expansive, i.e.
a bag;— sack.

573. ''ITO N ' Amlttay, am-it-tah'ee ; from 671;

veracious; Amittai, an Isr. : — Amittai.

574. ''IPTON 'emtaniy (Chald.), em-taw,nee';

from a root corresp. to that of 4975;
welUoined (i.e. burly) or mighty:— terrible.

575. ,)N an, awn; or TON 'unah. aw'-naw;

contr. from 370; where?; hence whither?,
when?; also hither and thither: — ,,,,,,,,-ecny (no) whither,
now, where, whither (-soever).
,)N '6n. See 204.

576. NJN 'ana' (Chald.), an-aW; or TON

'anah (Chald.), an-aw 1 ; corresp. to
589; I;— 2, as for me.

577. N3N 'anna', awn'-naw; or TON 'annah,

awn',naw; appar. contr. from 160 and
4994: oh now!:—l (me) beseech (pray) thee, 0,
TON 'anah. See 576.

TON 'anah. See 575.


TON 'anah, aw-naw'; a prim, root; to
groan:— lament, mourn.

579. TON 'anah, aw-naw'; a prim, root [perh.

rather ident. with 578 through the idea of
contraction in anguish] ; to approach; hence to meet
in various senses:— befall, deliver, happen, seek a

TON 'annah. See 577.

T r

580. 13N 'S.nuw, an-oo'; contr. for 587; toe.'— we.

iSN Onow. See 207.

581. ,p2N 'lnnuwn (Chald.), in-noon'; or (fem.)

V3N 'Innfyn (Chald.), in-neen'; corresp. to
1992; they;— X are, them, these.

582. fflilN 'enowsh, en-oshe'; from 605; prop, a

mortal (and thus differing from the
more dignified 120); hence a man in gen. (singly
or collect.):— another, x [blood] thirsty, certain,
chap [-man], divers, fellow, X in the flower of their
age, husband, (certain, mortal) man, people, person,
servant, some ( x of them), + stranger, those,
+ their trade. It is often unexpressed in the Engl.
Version, especially when used in apposition with an-
other word. Comp. 376.

583. UJ13N 'findwsh, en-ohsh'; the same as 582;

Enosh, a son of Seth:— Enos.

584. TON 'anach, aw-nakh'; a prim, root; to

sigh:— groan, mourn, sigh.

585. 71TON 'anachah, an-aw-khaw'; from 585;
sighing:— groaning, mourn, sigh.

N5TON 'anachna' (Chald.), an-akh'-naw; or

TOTON 'anachnah (Chald.), an-akh-naw'',

corresp. to 587; we: — we.
13TON 'anachnuw, an-akh'-noo, appar.

from 595; we: — ourselves, us, we.
rrtTON 'Anacharath, an-am-kha-rawth' ',;
prob. from the same root as 5170; a
gorge or narrow pass; Anacharath, a place in Pal. :—



589. ''38 'aniy, an-ee'; eontr. from 595; I:— I,

(as for) me, mine, myself, we, X which,

590. S JN ,oniy, on-ee'; prob. from 579 (in the

sense of conveyance); a ship or (collect.) a
fleet:— galley, navy (of ships).

591. i,P3S, 'finiyah, on-ee-yaw 1 ; fern, of 590; a

ship: — ship ([-men]).

592. fTOS 'aniyah, an-ee-yaw'; from 578; groan-

ing:— lamentation, sorrow.
•pS 'limiyn. See 581.

593. Q,OS 'Aniy«am, an-ee-awm'; from 578 and

5971; groaning of (the) people; Aniam,
an Isr. :— Aniam.

594. ,-J3S 'anak, an-awk'; prob. from an unused

root mean, to be narrow; according to
most a plumb-line, and to others a hoolc:— plumb-

595. ,ObS 'anokiy, aw-no-fcee' (sometimes aw-

no'-fcee); a prim, pron.; J;— I, me,
X which.

596. ]3S 'anan, aw-nan'; a prim, root; to mourn

i.e. complain: — complain.

597. 03S 'anac, aw-nas'; to insist: — compel.

598. D3S 'anac (Chald.), an-as'; corresp. to 597;

flg. to distress: — trouble.

599. E|3S 'anaph, aw-naf; a prim, root; to

breathe hard, te. be enraged:— he angry

600. £]3S 'anaph (Chald.), an-af; corresp. to

639 (only in the plur. as a sing.); the
face:— lace, visage.

601. 71B3N 'anaphah, an-aw-faw'; from 599; an

unclean bird, pern, the parrot (from its
irascibility) :— heron.

602. p3S 'anaq, aw-nak'; a prim, root; to






shriek: — cry, groan.

71p3S 'anaqah, an-aw-kaw', from 603;

shrieking:— crying out, groaning, sigh-

Mp2S 'anaqah, an-aw-kaw'; the same as
, ' 608; some kind of lizard, prob. the
pecfco (from its wail):— ferret.

605. 1I33S 'anash, aw-nash'; a prim, root; to be

frail, feeble, or (flg.) melancholy:— des-
perate (-ly wicked), incurable, sick, woeful.

606. 1253N 'Snash (Chald.), en-awsh'; or ffittS

'6nash (Chald.), en-ash'; corresp. to
582; a man.-— man, -f whosoever.
P3S 'ant. See 859.

607. 71F13S 'antah (Chald.), an-tawf; corresp. to

859; thou:— as for thee, thou.

608. ,prOg 'antnwn (Chald.), an-tocm'; plur. of

607; ye:—je.

609. SDS 'Afa', aw-saw';ot uncert. der. ;4sa, the

name of a king and of a Levite:— Asa.

610. WPS 'aciiwk, aw-sook': from 5480; an-

ointed, i.e. an oU-Jlask:—pot.

611. TlDS 'acown, aw-sone'; of uncert. der.;

hurt:— mischief.

612. ,WON. 'Scftwr, ay-soor'; from 631; a bond

(espec. manacles of a [prisoner):— band,
+ prison.

613. TlDS »e£uwr (Chald.), es-oor,; corresp. to

612: — band, imprisonment.

614. ETpJJ ' a 9,yPl». aw-seef; or t]PS 'aciph,

aw-seef; from 622; gathered, i.e. (abstr.)
a gathering fa of crops:— ingathering.

615. TDS 'aciyr, aw-sere'; from 631; bound, te.

a captive:— (those which are) bound,

616. T3S. 'a,iyr, as-sere'; for 615:— prisoner.

617. TBS 'A99iyr, as-sere'; the same as 616; pri-

soner; Assir, the name of two Isr. :—


618. PDS 'acam, aw-sawm'; from an unused

root mean, to heap together; a store-
house (only in the plur.):— barn, storehouse.

619. !TI3pS. 'A,nah, as-naw 1 ; of uncert. der.;

Amah, oaeot theNethim'm;— Ascah.

1E30N 'Ocnappar, os-nap-par'; of for.
der.; Osnappar, an Assyrian king: —

621. n3PS 'Ac e nath, aw-se-nath'; of Eg. der.;

Asenath, the wife of Joseph:— Asenath.

622. E]0S 'acaph, aw-saf; a prim, root; to

gather for any purpose; hence to receive,
take away, i.e. remove (destroy, leave behind, put
up, restore, etc.):— assemble, bring, consume, de-
stroy, fetch, gather (in, together, up again), X gen-
erally, get (him), lose, put all together, receive, re-
cover [another from leprosy], (be) rereward, X sure-
ly, take (away, into, up), X utterly, withdraw.

623. C]DN 'Acaph, aw-sawf; from 622; collector;

T T Asaph, the name of three Isr., and of the
family of the first:— Asaph.

HON 'aciph. See 614.

624. ftON 'acuph, aw-soof; pass. part, of 622;

collected (only in the plur.), i.e. a collec-
tion, (of offerings):— threshold, Asuppim.

625. E|pN »6ceph, o'-sef; from 622; a collection

(of fruits):— gathering.

626. HBDN 'acfephah, as-ay-,aw'; from 622; a col-

lection of people (only adv.):— X to-

627. 71BDN 'acnppah, aswp-paw' ; iem. of 624; a

collection of (learned) men (only in the
plur.):— assembly.

628. tlpBDS 'acp e cnph, as-pes-oof; by redupl.

' from 624; gathered up together, i.e. a
promiscuous assemblage (of people):— mixt multitude.

629. S3,lBpN 'ocparna' (Chald.). os-par-naw'; of

Pers. der.; diligently:— fast, forth-
with, speed (-ily).

630. SnSpS 'Acpatha', os-paw-thaw' ; of Pers.

T T ' , der! ; Aspatha, a son of Haman:— As-

631. IDS 'acar, aw-sar'; a prim, root; to yoke or

~ T hitch; by anal, to fasten in any sense,
to join battle:— bind, fast, gird, harness, hold, keep,
make ready, order, prepare, prison (-er), put in bonds,
set in array, tie.

632. IDS 'Scar, es-awr 1 ; or ,lt,6, 'tccar, is-

sawr 1 ; from 631; an obligation or vow(oi
abstinence):— binding, bond.

633. ,10S 'ecar (Chald.), es-awr'; corresp. to 632

T , in a legal sense; an interdict:— decree.

634. WtT'lDS »Ecar-Chadd6wn, ay-sar'
chad-dohn'; of for. der.; Esar-

chaddon, an Assyr. king:— Esar-haddon.

635. ITDS 'Ecter, es-tare'; of Pers. der.; Ester,
the Jewish heroine:— Esther.

636. 3,S 'a e (Chald.), aw; corresp. to 6086; a tree

T or wood:— timber, wood.

637. CIS 'aph, af; a prim, particle; mean, acces-

sion (used as an adv. or conj.) ; also or
yea; adversatively though:— also, + although, and
(furthermore, yet), but, even, + how much less
(more, rather than), moreover, with, yea.

638. HS 'aph. (Chald.), af; corresp. to 637:— also.

639. E]S 'aph, af; from 599; prop, the nose or

nostril; hence the face, and occasionally a
person; also (from the rapid breathing in passion)
ire:— anger (-gry), + before, countenance, face,
+ forbearing, forehead, + [long-] suffering, nose,
nostril, snout, X worthy, wrath.

640. ,ISN 'aphad, aw-fad'; a prim, root [rather

, , a denom. from 646]; to gird on (the
ephod):— bind. gird.

,IBS 'ephfid. See 646.

641. IBS »B!ph6d, ay-fode'; the same as 646

short.; Ephod, an Isr.:— Ephod.

642. FMBS 'Sphuddah, ay-food-daw 1 '; fem. of

646; a girding on (of the ephod); hence
gen. & plating (of metal):— ephod, ornament.

643. ,I,BS 'appeden, ap-peh'-den; appar. of for.

vv der. ; a pavilion or palace-tent: — palace.

644. HBS 'aphah, aw-faw,; a prim, root; tocoofc,

T T espec. to bake:— bake, (-r, [-meats]).
JIBS ,£phah. See 374.

645. IBS 'eph6w, ay-fo'; or NIBS 'ephd,F',

ay-fo'; from 6311; strictly a demonstrative
particle, here; but used of time, now or then:— here,
now, where?

646. ,I1BS 'ephfiwd, ay-fode,, rarely ,IBS
'ephod, ay-fode'; prob. of for. der.; a

spec, the ephod or high-priest's shoulder-
piece; also gen. an image:— ephod.

647. tPBS. 'Aphiyach, af-ee'-akh; perh. from

6315; breeze; Aphiach, an Isr. : — Aphiah.

648. TBS 'aphiyl, aw-feel'; from the same as

651 (in the sense of weakness); unripe:-
not grown up.

649. D?ES 'Appayim, ap-pah'-yim; dual of 639;

two nostrils; Appajim, an Isr. : — Appaim.

650. p,BS 'aphiyq, aw-feek'; from 622; prop.

containing, i.e. a tube; also a bed or val-
ley of a stream ; also a strong thing or a hero: —
brook, channel, mighty, river, + scale, stream,
strong piece.

,rsp» 'dphiyr. See 311.

651. 5BS 'aphel, aw-fale'; from an unused root

mean, to set as the sun; dusky:— very

652. bfiS ophel, o'-fel; from the same as 651;

dusk:— darkness, obscurity, privily.

653. ribBN 'aphelah, af -ay-law'; fem. of 651;

duskiness, flg. misfortune; concr. con-
cealment;— dark, darkness, gloominess, X thick.

654. bbsS 'Ephlal, ef-lawl'; from 6419; judge;

Ephlal, an Isr. : — Ephlal.

655. ,)BS 'ophen, o'-fen; from an unused root

mean, to revolve; a turn, i.e. a season: —
+ fitly.

IBS 'ophan. See 212.

656. DBS 'aphfic, aw-face'; a prim, root; to dis-

appear, i.e. cease. - — be clean gone (at an
end, brought to nought), fail.

657. DBS 'ephef , eh'-fes; from 656; cessation, i.e.

an end (espec. of the earth); often used
adv. no further; also (like 6466) the ankle (in the
dual), as being the extremity of the leg or foot:—
ankle, but (only), end, howbeit, less than nothing,
nevertheless (where), no, none (beside), not (any,
-withstanding), thing of nought, save (-tag), there,
uttermost part, want, without (cause).

658. 0,33 DBS 'Ephec Dammiym, eh'-fes

dam-meem'; from 657 and the plur.
of 1818; 6oiMidar#o,ftfood-drops; Ephes-Dammim,a
place in Pal. :— Ephes-dammim.

659. S'BS 'epha', eh'-fah; from an unused root

prob. mean, to breathe; prop, a breath,
i.e. nothing:— of nought.

660. ttJBS 'eph'eh, e,-efc'; from 659 (in the sense

of hissing); an asp or other venomous
serpent:— viper.

661. t|BS 'aphaph, aw-faf; a prim, root; to

surround: — compass.

662. pBS 'aphaq, aw-fak'; a prim, root; to con-

tain, i.e. (reflex.) abstain:— force (one-
self), restrain.

663. pBS 'Apheq, af-ake'; or p,BS 'Aphiyq,

af-eek'; from 662 (in the sense of
strength); fortress; Aphek (or Aphik), the name of
three places in Pal.:— Aphek, Aphik.

664. flpBS 'Apheqah, af-ay-kaw'; fem. of 663;

fortress; Aphekah, a place in PaL:—
(,55. 'IBS 'fepher, ay'-fer; from an unused root

mean, to bestrew; ashes: — ashes.
666. IBS 'apher, df-ayr'; from the same as 665

(in the sense of covering); a turban}—

667. tt,lBS 'ephroach, ef-ro'-dkh; from 6524 (In

the sense of ftursfino the shell); the
brood of a bird:— young (one).

668. IT,SS 'appiryown, ap,pir-yone'; prob. of

Eg. der.; a palanquin:— chariot,

669. B,ES 'Ephraylm, ef-rah'-yim; dual of a

masc. form of 672; double fruit; Eph-
rajim, a son of Joseph; also the tribe descended
from him, and its territory:— Ephraim Ephraimites




670. 'W88 'Apbarecay (Chald.), af-avyresah'-

ee; of for. or. (only in the plur.); an
Apharesite or inhabitant of an unknown region of As
Syria:— Apharsite.

671. ,W»K 'Aptaarc«bay (Chald.), af-ar-sek-

ah'ee; or ,Onp,1BN 'Aphar-
catlikay (Chald.), af-ar-sath-kah'ee; of for. or.
(only in the plur.); an Apharsekite or Apharsathkite,
an unknown Assyrian tribe:— Apharsaehites, Aphar-

672. rnSSf 'Epbratb, ef-rawth'; or ttrtlBK

'Epbratbab, e] '-raw '-thaw; from
6509; fruitfulness; Ephrath, another name for Beth-
lehem; once (Psa. 132 : 6) perh. for Ephraim; also of
an Israelitish woman:— Ephrath, Ephratab.

673. ,TrtDN 'Ephrathiy, ef-rawth-ee' ; patrial

from 672; an Ephrathite or an Eph-
raimite:— Ephraimite, Ephrathite.

674 OnSJN 'app e tbom (Chald.), ap-pe-thome' ; of
Pers. or.; revenue; others at the lash-

675. ISBN 'Etsbown, eta-bone'; or 'pBN

'Etsbon, ets-bone'; of uncert. der.;
Etsbon, the name of two Isr.:— Ezbon.

676. 3,3BN 'etsba', ets-bah'; from the same as

6648 (in the sense of grasping); some
thing to seize with, i.e. a finger; by anal, a toe.-— fin-
ger, toe.

677. 23BN »etsba, (Chald.), ets-bah'; corresp. to

676:— finger, toe.

678. Vrjj9{| 'atsiyl, aw-tseel'; from 680 (in its

secondary sense of separatum); an ex-
tremity (Isa. 41 : 9), also a noble: — chief man, noble.

679. b,BN 'atstsiyl, ats-tseel'; from 680 (in its

primary sense of uniting) ; a joint of the
hand (i.e. knuckle); also (accord, to some) a party-
wall (Ezek. 41 : 8) :— [arm] hole, great.

680. bBN 'atsal, aw-tsal'; a prim, root; prop, to

join; used only as a denom. from 681 ; to
separate; hence to select, refuse, contract;— keep, re-
serve, straiten, take.

681. biSN 'Stsel, ay'-tsel; from 680 (in the sense

of joining); a side; (as a prep.) near:—
at, (bard) by, (from) (beside), near (unto), toward,
with. See also 1018.

682. bBN 'Atsel, aw-tsale'; from 680; noble;

Atsel, the name of an Isr., and of a place
in Pal.: — Azal, Azel.

683. ISTJbJtK 'Atgalyabuw, aU-al-yaW-hoo;

from 680 and 3050 prol. ; Jah has re-
served; Atsaljah, an Isr. : — Azaliah.

684. QBN 'Otsem, o'-tsem; from an unused root

prob. mean, to be strong; strength (i.e.
strong); Otsem, the name of two Isr.:— Ozem.

685. !T15,SN ,ets«adab, ets-aw-daw' ; avstr. from

: v 6807; prop, a step-chain; by anal, a
bracelet:— bracelet, chain.

686. 1BN 'atsar, aw-tsar; a prim, root; to store

up:— (lay up in) store, (make) treas-
ure (-r).

687. ,IBN 'Etser, ay'-tser; from 686; treasure;

Etser, an Idumamn:— Ezer.

688. fTlpN 'eqdacb, ek-dawkh'; from 6916;

burning, i.e. a carbuncle or other fiery
gem:— carbuncle.

689. IpN ,aqqow, ak-ko'; prob. from 603; slen-

der, i.e. the ibex: — wild goat.

690. N'lB ' Ara,', ar-au,; prob. for 738; Hon; Ara,

an Isr.:— Ara.

691. bNIN 'er'el, er-ale 1 ; prob. for 739; a ft- 3

(collect.):— valiant one.

692. ,'bN'IN ,Ar»eliy, ar-ay-lee'; from 691; fte-

rot'c; Areli (or an Arelite, collect.), an
Isr. and bis desc. : — Areli, Arelites.

693. 3,1S, ,arab, aw-rab'; a prim, root; to lurk:—

(he in) ambush (-ment), lay (lie in) wait.

694. 3,nK 'Arab, ar-awb'; from 693; ambush;

Arab, a place in Pal.:— Arab.
895. 3,18 'ereb, eh'-reb; from 693; ambuscade:—

den, Be in wait
696. atl6, 'oreb, af,reb: the same as 695:— wait.

bt&,tig 'ArbS'L See 1009.

697. !,I3,,!N 'arbeb, ar-beh'; from 7335; a locust

(from its rapid increase):— grasshopper,

698. TV,yt 'orftbab, or-ob-aw'; tern, of 696 (only

in the plur.); ambuscades:— spoils.

699. ?13flN 'arnbbab, ar-oob-baw 1 ; fern. part.

pass, of 693 (as if for lurking); a lat-
tice; (by impl.) a window, dove-cot (because of the
pigeon-holes), chimney (with its apertures for smoke),
sluice (with openings for water): — chimney, window.

700. rrian,« 'Arubbowtb, ar-oob-both; plur. of

699; Arubboth, a place in Pal.:— Aru-




''SMS 'Arbiy, ar-oee'; patrial from 694; an
Arbite or native of Arab:— Arbite.

3,3,l8 'arba', ar-bah'; masc. 71S3,lN '«,»

~ : - r t ; -

ba'ali. dr-baw-aw'; from 7251 ; four:—

ya,1N 'arba' (Chald.), ar-bah'; corresp. to
702:— four.

704. ya'IN 'Arba', ar-bah'; the same as 702;

Arba, one of the Anakim:— Arba.
ttJDIN 'arba'ab. See 702.

T t : -

705. D,fl,Ti! 'arba'iym, ar-baw-eem'; multiple
of 702; forty:— forty.

706. DWa,N 'arba'tayim, ar-bah-tah'-yim;
dual of 702; fourfold:— fourfold.

707. JrtN 'arag, aw-rag'; a prim, root; to plait
or weave: — weaver (-r).

708. S,fct ,ereg, eh'-reg; from 707; a weaving; a
braid; also a shuttle:— beam, weaver's


709. ah'IN 'Argdb, ar-gobe'; from the same as

7263; stony; Argob, a district of Pal.:—

710. ]13 b 1N 'arg®va.n, arg-ev-awn'; a var. for

713; purple: — purple.

711. ,pSTN 'argovan (Chald.), arg-ev-awn'; cor-

resp. to 710:— scarlet.

712. WMS 'argaz, ar-gawz'; perh. from 7264 (in

the sense of being suspended); a box (as
a pannier):— coffer.

713. ,)M. ; i,1N 'argaman, ar-gaw-mawn' ; of for.

or.; purple (the color or the dyed
stuff):— purple.

714. 'HlN ,Ard, ard; from an unused root prob.

mean, to wander; fugitive; Ard, the
name of two Isr.:— Ard.

715. IIIIN 'Arddwn, ar-dohn'; from the same

as 714; roaming; Ardon, an Isr.:—

716. ,'TIS 'Ardfy, ar-dee'; patron, from 714; an

! Ardite (collect.) or desc. of Ard:— Ax-

717. JTlN 'arab, aw-raw 1 ; a prim, root; to

plucfc.'-gather, pluck.

718. ,ftB '»,«, (Chald.), ar-oo 1 ; prob. akin to

431; Jo,;— behold, lo.

719. ,I},lN 'Arvad, ar,vad'; prob. from 7300; a

! refuge for the roving; Arvad, an island-
city of Pal. :— Arvad.

720. ,TIN. -,Ar6-OTd, ar-ode'; an orth. var. of 719;

fugitive; Arod, an Isr.:— Arod.

721. iTViN, 'Arradiy, ar-vaw-dee'; patrial from

719; an Arvadite or citizen of Arvad:—

722. ,''VdIX 'Arftwdiy, ar-o-dee 1 ; patron, from

721; an Arodite or desc. of Arod:—
Arodi, Arodltes.

723. FP1N 'urvab, oorwaw'; or, SThN ,&ra»

t : ,v , t —.

,ah. ar-aw-yah'; from 717 (in the sense
of feeding); a herding-place for an animal:— stall.

724. TtDIIN »&ruwkab, ar-oo-kavf; or

T ~i

fD'HSl 'arukab, ar-oo-kaw'; tern. pass,
part, of 748 (in the sense of restoring to
soundness); wholeness (lit or fig.):— health, made up,

725. FTO'HN 'Aruwmab, ar-oo-maw 1 : a var. of

, 7816; height; ArumaK , Pi, 06 ta
Pal.:— Arumah.

726. ,'ailN, 'ArftwmSy, ar-o-mee'; e, clerical

error for 130; an Edomite (as In the
marg.):— Syrian.

727. Tl,lN 'arowa, aw,one'; or l',iN 'aron,

aw-rone'; from 717 (in the sense of ootft-
ering); a box:— ark, chest, coffin.

728. ilJI'lN 'Aravnau, ar-av-naw 1 ; or (by

transp.) ni,liN '6wrnal», ore-
naw'; or iTJN, 'Arniyab, ar-nee-yaw 1 ; all by
orth. var. for 771 ; Aravnah (or Arnijah or Ornah), a
Jebusite:— Araunah.

729. T,N 'araz, aw-raz'; a prim, root; tobe,rw;

used only in the pass, participle as a de-
nom. from 730; of cedar:— made of cedar.

730. flN ,erez, eh'-rez; from 729; a cedar tree

(from the tenacity of its roots):— cedar

731. flT,N 'arzab., ar-zaw'; fem. of 730; cedar

wainscoting:— cedar work.

732. ITlN 'uracil, aw-rakh'; a prim, root; to tra-

vel:— go, wayfaring (man).

733. fTlN » Aracb, aw-rakh'; from 732; way-far-

ing; Arach, the name of three Isr.:—

734. (TIN 'oracb, o'-rakh; from 732; a well

trodden road (lit. or fig.); also a car-
avan:— manner, path, race, rank, traveller, troop,
[by-, high-] way.

735. fl,N 'dracb (Chald.), o'-rakh; corresp. to

734; a road: — way.

736. SirftN ,6l,chab, o-rekh-aw 1 ; fem. act. part.

of 732; a caravan: — (travelling) com-

737. rirriN 'arucbah, ar-oo-khaw 1 ; fem. pass.

part, of 732 (in the sense of appointing);
a rafiore of food:— allowance, diet, dinner, victuals.

738. ,k 55j 'arty, aree'; or (prol.) TT'IN 'aryeh,

ar-yay'; from 717 (in the sense of vio-
lence); a lion:— (young) lion, + pierce [from the

739. bN,ijt 'ftrfy'Sl, ar-ee-ale'; or bN'lN

'arl'61, ar-ee-ale'; from 738 and 410;
lion of Ood, i.e. heroic:— lionlike men.

740. biST'liJ 'Ari'el, ar-ee-ale'; the same as 739;

Ariel, a symb. name for Jerusalem,
also the name of an Isr. :— Ariel,

741. b,N,N 'ftri'Syl, ar-ee-ale'; either by trans-

position for 739 or, more prob., an orth.
var. for 2025; the altar of the Temple:— altar.
743. TnN 'Ariyday, ar-ee-dah'-ee; of Pers. or.;

Aridai, a son of Haman:— Aridai.

743. SrVT,S 'Ariydatba', ar-ee-daw-thaw' ; of

Pers. or.; Aridatha, a son of Ha-
man: — Aridatha.

J-P'IN 'aryeb. See 738.

744. iT'tt? 'aryeb (Chald.), ar-yay'; corresp. to


745. •I.I'IN 'Aryeb, ar-yay 1 ; the same as 738;

lion; Arjeh, an Isr.:— Arieh.
rp,S8 'ftrayab- See 723

t r -;

746. 'SjV'IN »Ary6-wk, ar-yoke'; of for. or.;

Arjok, the name of two Babylonians:—

747. , 1 ,I 1N 'Arty,ay, ar-ee-sah'-ee; of Pers. or.;

Arisai, a son of Haman:— Arisat

748. 'it'lN »arak, aw-rakf; a prim, root; to be

(caus. make) long (lit. or fig.):— defer,
draw out lengthen, (be, become, make, pro-) long,
+ (out-, over-) live, tarry (long).

749. TpS. ,arab (Chald.), ar-ak 1 ; prop, corresp.

to 748, but used only in the sense of reach-
ing to a given point; to suit:— be meet.

750. '3'IS 'a.r€l£ aw-rake'; from 748; long:— long

[-suffering, -winged], patient slow [to

751. ,N 'Erek, eh'-rek; from 748; length; Erek,

a place in Bab.:— Erech.
75«. ,ipN 'arfib, awroke'; from 748; Zowgtf,-long.

753. TJ, ,6rek,o'-re&;frQm74B;Jen(rtfw — M«c
ever, length. Ions.




764. NS,N ,arka, (Chald.), or-fcoto'; or
ST3T8 'arkak (Chald.), arkaw 1 ; from 749;
length:— lengthening, prolonged.

755. t,D?,lN 'arkikbak (Chald.), ar-koo-baw 1

from an unused root corresp. to 7392
(in the sense of bending the knee); the knee:— knee.
ttS'lN 'arnkak. See 734.

756. ,'IS'TtS 'Ark e vay (Chald.), ar-kev-ah'ee;

patrial from 751 ; an Arkevite (collect.)
or native of Erek:— Archevite.

757 ,IB 'Arkiy, ar-kee'; patrial from another
place (in Pal.) of similar name with 751;
an Arkite or native of Erek:— Archi, Archite.

758. dIN 'Aram, arawm'; from the same as 759;

the highland; Aram or Syria, and its in-
habitants; also the name of a son of Shem, a grand-
son of Nahor, and of an Isr. :— Aram, Mesopotamia,
Syria, Syrians.

759. p52,1St 'arn»6wn, ar-monef; from an unused

root (mean, to be elevated); a citadel
(from its height):— castle, palace. Comp. 2038.

760. iTSIX D'nSjt 'Irani Tsobab, ar-am' tsc-

baw'; from 758 and 6678; Aram
of Tsoba (or CoBle-Syria).— Aram-zobah.

761. ,,838 'Arammiy, ar-am-mee' ; patrial from

758; einAramite or Aramsean:— Syrian,

762. rPjanN 'Aramiytk, ar-aw-meeth' ; tern, of

761; (only adv.) in Aramcean:— in the
Syrian language (tongue), in Syriack.

763. D?lSTJ d'lij? 'Aram Nakarayim, ar-am'

nah-har-ah'-yim; from 758 and
the dual of 5104; Aram of (the) two rivers (Euphrates
and Tigris) or Mesopotamia:— Aham-naharaim, Meso-

764. ,'353'IN 'Armoniy, ar-mo-nee'; from 759; pa-

latial; Armoni, an Isr.:— Armoni.

765. ,,1N 'Aran, ar-awn'; from 7442; stridulous;

Aran, an Edomite:— Aran.

766. ,p'S 'oren, o'-ren; from the same as 765 (in

the sense of strength); the ash tree (from
Its toughness):— ash.

767. yis »6ren, o'-ren; the same as 766; Oren, an

Isr. :— Oren.
■pi} ,aren. See 727.

768. riSJpJS 'arnebetk, ar-neh'-beth; of uncert.

der. ; the hare:— hare.

769. ,jii'lK 'Arnown, ar-nohn'; or 'JJ'IN

■Anion, ar-nohn'; from 7442; a
brauiling stream; the Arnon, a river east of the
Jordan; also its territory:— Arnon.
FJJTW 'Arniyan. See 728.

770. -,,,,,,,,y-]» 'Arnan,

same as 7

771. ,JDICJ 'Oman, or-nawn'; prob. from 766

strong; Oman, a Jebusite:— Oman.

ar-nawn'; prob. from the
); noisy; Arnan, an Isr.: —


772. :n$ 'ara' (Chald.), ar-ah'; corresp. to 776;
the earth; by impl. (fig.) low:— earth, in-

778. rP3,,18 'ar'iytk (Chald.), arh-eeth'; tern, of
772; the bottom:— bottom.

774. IS'Hi? 'Arpad. ar-pawd'; from 7503; spread

out: Arpad, a place in Syria:— Arpad,

775. TB3pS,1N 'Arpakskad, ar-pak-shad' ; prob.

of for. or.; Arpakshad, a son of
Noah,' also the region settled by him:— Arphaxad.

776. y,N 'erets, eh'-rets; from an unused root

prob. mean, to be firm; the earth (at
large, or partitively a land): — x common, country,
earth, field, ground, land, x nations, way, + wilder-
ness, world.

777. NST1N 'artsa', ar-tsaw'; from 776; earthi-

ness; Artsa, an Isr :— Arza.

778. p,lN 'araq (Chald.), ar-ak'; by transmutation

for 772; the earth:— earth.

779. TIN 'arar, aw-rar 1 ; a prim, root; to exe-

crate:— x bitterly curse.

780. tyyUSi 'Ararat, ar-avyrat'; of for. or.; Ara-

rat (or rather Armenia):— Ararat, Ar-

781. ID'IN 'aras, aw-ras'; a prim, root; to engage

for matrimony:— betroth, espouse.

782. np'li? 'aresketk, ar-eh'-sheth; from 781 (in

the sense of desiring to possess); a
longing for:— request.

783. NFlttJlBnn'IN 'Artackskaskta.', ar-tdkh-

shash-taw'; or NFUBlZjtTEHS
'Artackskaskt', ar-takh-shasht' ; or by perm.
NFOlZJnrhN 'Artackskact', ar-takh-shast' ; of
for. or. ; Artachshasta (or Artaxerxes), a title
(rather than name) of several Pers. kings:— Arta-

784. IDS, »6sk, aysh; a prim, word; fire Qit. or

fig.):— burning, fiery, fire, flaming, hot.

785. IDS, '&»k (Chald.), aysh; corresp. to 784:-


786. 1DSJ ,isk, eesh; ident. (in or. and formation)

with 784; entity; used only adv., there is
or are:— are there, none can. Comp. 3426.

787. TDK '6sk (Chald.), ohsh; corresp. (by transp.

and abb.) to 803; a foundation:— founda-

788. baiBN 'Askbel, ash-bale'; prob. from the

same as 7640; flowing; Ashbel, an Isr.:—

789. ,Siat? 'Askbeliy, ash-bay-lee'; patron.

from 788; an Ashbelite (collect.) or
desc. of Ashbel:— Ashbelites.

790. 13U5N 'Eskban, esh-bawn'; prob. from the

same as 7644; vigorous; Mshban, an
Idumsean :— Eshban.

791. ?3TBN ,Askbea«, asA-oay'-afc; from 7650; ad-

jurer; Asbea, an Isr.:— Ashbea.

792. byaiDN 'Eskba,al, esh-bah'-al; from 376

' ' and 1168; man of Baal; Eshbaal (or
Ishbosheth), a son of King Saul:— Eshbaal.

793. TON 'esked, eh' -shed; from an unused root

mean, to pour; an outpouring: — stream.

794. STUDS, 'askedak, ash-ay-daw'; fern, of 793;

T ' a ravine:— springs.

795. TfalDS? 'Askddwd, ash-dode'; from 7703;

ravager; Ashdod, a place in Pal.:—

796. ,Hl'TOS, 'Askdowdiy, ash-do-dee'; patrial

from 795; an Ashdodite (often collect.)
or inhabitant of Ashdod:— Ashdodites, of Ashdod.

797. rPTHID'St 'Askddwdiytk, ash-do-deeth' ;

fern, of 796 ; (only adv.) in the lan-
guage of Ashdod:— in the speech of Ashdod.

798. S,U0SS1 rriTffl.N 'Askdowtk kap-Pii -

gak, ash-doth' hap-pis-gaw'l
from the plur. of 794 and 6449 with the art. interposed ;
ravines of the Pisgah; Ashdoth-Pisgah, Q place east
of the Jordan:— Ashdoth-pisgah.

799. rfttfJS, 'eskdatk, esh-dawth'; from 784 and

1881; afire-law:— fiery law.

800. HIES, 'eskskak, esh-shaW; tern, of 784;

fire: — fire.

801. STIBSJ 'Isksbak, ish-shaw'; the same as 800,

but used in a liturgical sense; prop, a
burnt-offering; but occasionally of any sacrifice:—
(offering, sacrifice), (made) by fire.

802. STESJ 'iskskak, isft-staw',- fem. of 876 or 582;

irregular plur. D,IDS naskiym, naw-

sheem'; a woman (used in the same wide sense as
582):— [adulter]ess, each, every, female, X many,
+ none, one, + together, wife, woman. Often unex-
pressed in English.

803. SVKDS, »askuwyak,asft-oo-2,afc';fem.pass.

part, from an unused root mean, to
found; foundation:— foundation.

804. TH2SJ; 'Asksku-wr, ash-shoor 1 ; or '■ffl&J

'Askskur, ash-shoor'; appar. from
833 (in the sense of successful); Ashshur,the second
son of Shem; also his desc. and the country occupied
by them 'i.e. Assyria), its region and its empire:—
Asshur, Assur, Assyria, Assyrians. See 838.

805. ,,1V!iSl 'Isktiwriy, ash-oo-ree'; or ■',TUSK
'Asksknwriy, ash-shoo-ree' ; from

a patrial word of the same form as 804; an Ashurite
(collect.) or inhab. of Ashur, a district in Pal. :— Asshu-
rim, Ashurites.

806. TltllDN » Askckiiwr, asfc-fcftoor'; prob. from

7835; black; Ashchur, an Isr. :— Ashur.

807. SttyiDN 'Asklyma', ash-ee-maw 1 ; of for.

or.; Ashima, a deity of Hamath:—
a shtma

STl,lDS? 'askgyrak. See 842.

808. ID,ffiN 'askiysk, aw-sheesh': from the same

as 784 (in the sense of pressing down
firmly; comp. 803); a (ruined) foundation:— founda-

809. S,HD,TDS? 'asktyskak, ash-ee-shaw 1 ; fem. of

808; something closely pressed to-
gether, i.e. a cake of raisins or other comfits:— flagon.

810. 'llDSt 'eskek, eh'-shek; from an unused root

(prob. mean, to bunch together) ; a testicle
(as a temp):— stone.

811. Vi31DS, 'eskkowl, esh-kole'; or V3tt5«

'eskk&l, esh-kole'; prob. prol. from
810; a bunch of grapes or other fruit:— cluster (of

812. bisUJSt 'Eskkol, esh-kole'; the same as 811;

Eshcol, the name of an Amorite, also
of a valley in Pal. :— Eshcol.

813. T33TDSJ 'Askk'naz, ash-ken-azf ; ottor. or.;

Ashkenaz, a Japhethite, also his desc. :—

814. 'ISUJN 'eskkar, esh-cawr'; for 7989; a gra-

tuity:— gift, present.

815. VipS, 'eskel, ay'-shel; from a root of uncert.

signif.; a tamarisk tree; by extens. a
grove of any kind:— grove, tree.

816. D1D& 'askam, aw-sham'; or dtpN 'iUlicm,

aw-shame'; a prim, root; to be guilty;
by impl. to be punished or perish:— X certainly,
be (-come, made) desolate, destroy, X greatly, be
(-come, found, hold) guilty, offend (acknowledge of-
fence), trespass.

817. DtDN 'askam, aw-shaum'; from 816; guilt;

by impl. a fault; also a sin-offering: —
guiltiness, (offering for) sin, trespass (offering).

818. DlDN 'askem, aw-shame'; from 816; guilty;

hence presenting a sin-offering:— one
which is faulty, guilty.

819. S-rafflS? 'askmak, ash-maw'; fem. of 817;

guiltiness, a fault, the presentation
of a sin-offering:— offend, sin, (cause of) trespass
(-ing, offering).

!T-ffl:iZJS» 'askmnrak. See 821.

T J —

820. ,J72TI5N 'ashman, ash-mawn'; prob. from

8081; ufat field:— desolate place.

821. Sf,Qipsj 'askmiirak, ash-moo-raw'; or

STTD3UJN 'askmnwrak, ash-moo-raw'; or

rfTOBBJ 'askmdretk, ashmo'-reth; (fem.)
from 8104; a night watch:— watch.

822. 23U5N 'esknab, esh-nawb'; appar. from an

unused root (prob. mean, to leave inter-
stices); a latticed window: — casement, lattice.

823. STJTDSt 'Asknak, ash-naw'; prob. a var. for

3466; Ashnah, the name of two places
in Pal.:— Ashnah.

824. ,J,IDSJ 'Esk'an, esh-awn'; from 8172; sup-

port; Eshan, a place in Pal. :— Eshean.

825. tfifSji 'askskapb, ash-shawf; from an un-

used root (prob. mean, to lisp, i.e. prac-
tise enchantment); a conjurer:— astrologer.

826. I]1BS? 'askskapk (Chald.), ashrshawf; cor-

resp. to 835:— astrologer.

827. SlSfflN 'askpak, ash-paw 1 ; perh. (fem.)

from the same as 835 (in the sense of
covering); a quiver or sirrow-case: — quiver.

828. T3S1DN 'Ashp'naz, ash-pen-az'; of for. or.;

Ashpenaz, a Bab. eunueh:— Ashpenaz-

829. ISttJN 'esfcpar, esh-pawr'; of uncert. der.:

a measured portion:— good piece (of



PB12JN 'ashpoth, ashpohth'; or msips

'ashpowth, ash-pohth'; or (oontr.)

ribllS sh e ph6th, shef-ohth'; plur. of a noun

of the same form as 827, from 8198 (in the

Bense of scraping); a heap of rubbish or filth:— dung


831. ,pb,lBB 'Ashq e lown, ash-hel-me'; prob.

from 8854 in the sense of weighing-
place(i.e. mart); .JsAfeto»,aplacemPal.:— Ashkelon,

832. iJ'fepBJN 'Eshqoifiwnly, esh-kel-o-nee' ;

patrial from 831; an Ashkelonite
(collect.) or inhab. of Ashkelon:— Eshkalonites.

833. IffiN 'ashar, aw-shar'; or ItJiS 'asher,

aw-share'; a prim, root; to be straight
(used in the widest sense, espec. to be level, right,
happy); flg. to go forward, be honest, prosper: — (call,
be) bless (-ed, happy), go, guide, lead, relieve.

834. TI23N 'asher, ashler'; a prim. rel. pron. (of

every gend. and numb.); who, which,
what, that; also (as adv. and conjunc.) when, where,
how, because, in order that, etc. : — X after, X alike,
as (soon as), because, X every, for, + forasmuch,
-f- from whence, -f how (-soever), X if, (so) that
([thing] which, wherein), X though, + until, + what-
soever, when, where (+ -as, -in, -of, -on, -soever,
-with), which, whilst, + whither (-soever), who (-m,
-soever, -se). As it is indeclinable, it is often accom-
panied by the personal pron. expletively, used to
show the connection.

835. TfiJN 'esher, eh'-sher; from 833; happiness;

only in masc. plur. constr. as interjec,
how happy!:— blessed, happy.

836. ids »Ash£r, aw-share'; from 833; happy;

Asher, a son of Jacob, and the tribe de-
scended from him, with its territory; also a place in
Pal.:— Asher.

837. ',lPN 'osier, o'-sher; from 883; happiness:—


838. Tfifc, 'ashfo.a,sWr,or'nffiNashshnr,

ash-shoor 1 ; from 833 in the sense of going;
a step:— going, step.

839. ItBN 'ashur, ash-oor'; contr. for 8391; the

cedar tree or some other light elastic
wood:— Ashurite.

TB3N 'Ashshnr. See 804, 838.

840. byittSN 'Asar'el, as-ar-ale'; by orth. var.

, , from 833 and 410; .right of God; As-
arel, an Isr. :— Asareel.

841. ilbitt'liBi? 'Asar'elah, as-ar-ale'-aw; from

the same as 840; right towards
God; Asarelah, anlsr.:— Asarelah. Comp. 3480.

842. miBN 'asherah, ash-ay-raw'; or rtTlBN

T, -; T ■■ -■

'&sheyrah, ash-ay-raw'; from 833
happy; Asherah (or Astarte) a Phoenician goddess
also an image of the same:— grove. Comp. 6253.

843. ,b TON 'Ash&rly, aw-shay-ree' ; patron, from

836; an Asherite (collect.) or desc. of
Asher:— Asherites.

844. bjjT,UJS? 'Aeriy'el, as-ree-ale'; an orth. var.

for 840; Asriel, the name of two
Isr.:— Ashriel, Asriel.

845. ,bNltoN 'Asri'elfy, as-ree-ale-ee' ; patron.

from 844; an Asrielite (collect.) or
desc. of Asriel:— Asrielites.

846. itfllBN 'ushshama' (Chald.), oosh-ar-

waio'; from a root corresp. to 833; a
wall (from its uprightness):— wall.

847. VwrtUSS 'Eshta'ol, esh-taw-ale' ; or
biNFTON 'Eshta'owl, esh-taw-ole' ; prob.

from 7592; intreaty; Eshtaol, a
place in Pal.:— Eshtaol.

848. ,b&JRlZJN 'Eshta'uliy, esh-taw-oo-lee' ; pa-

trial from 847; an Eshtaolite (collect.)
or inhab. of Eshtaol:— Eshtaulites.

849. ■fllgtii, 'eshtaddmrr (Chald.), esh-tad-

dure'; from 7712 (in a bad sense);
rebellion:— sedition.

850. TintlSt, 'Eshtown, esh-tone'; prob. from

the same as 7764; restful; Eshton, an
Isr.:— Eshton,

851. ?fa,N 'Eshtemda', esh-tem-o'-ah; or
yi?3FlU)N 'Esht e mdwa«, esh-tem-o'-ah; or

rTOniflX 'Eshtomoh, esh-tem-o'; from
8085 (in the sense of obedience) ; Esh-
temoa or Eshtemoh, a place in Pal.:— Eshtemoa, Esh-

TUX, 'ath. See 859.

852. FIN 'ath (Chald.), awth; corresp. to 236; a

portent:— sign.

853. flN 'eth, ayth; appar. contr. from 226 in the

demonstr. sense of entity; prop, self (but
gen. used to point out more def. the object of a verb
or prep., even or namely):— [as such unrepresented
in English.]

854. fit, '£th, ayth; prob. from 579; prop, near-

ness (used only as a prep, or adv.), near;
hence gen. with, by, at, among, etc.: — against,
among, before, by, for, from, in (-to), (out) of, with.
Often with another prep, prefixed.

855. DN '6th, ayth; of uncert. der.; aftoe or other

digging implement:— coulter, plowshare.
MS 'atta. See 859.


Kintt 'atha.'. See 857.

856. b»arii, 'Ethba'al, eth-bah'-al; from854and

1168; with Baal; Ethbaal, a Phoeni-
cian king:— Ethbaal.

857. ft™ 'athah, aw-thaw'; or NnK 'atta',


aw-thaw 1 ; a prim, root [eollat. to 225
contr.] ; to arrive. - — (be-, things to) come (upon), bring.

858. Unit »a.thah (Chald.), aw-thaw'; or Nnt,

'SthsL' (Chald.), aw-thaw 1 ; corresp. to
857: — (be-) come, bring.

859. ririN 'attah, at-taw'; or (short.) RN 'atta,

at-taw'; or nN° 'atb, ath; fem. (irreg.)
sometimes ,tlN 'attty, at-tee'; plur. masc, fir,,,,,,,,fc$
'attem, at-tem'; fem. ,jntj 'atten, at-ten'; or
i,DFM8 'attSnah, at-tay'-naw; or rlSFlN 'attfen-
uab, at-tane'-naw; a prim. pron. of the sec. pers. ;
thou and thee, or (plur.) ye and you:— thee, thou, ye,

860. ,jiriN 'atbo-wn, aw-thone'; prob. from the

same as 386 (in the sense of patience);
a female ass (from its docility) :— (she) ass.

861. IIFlN 'attnwn (Chald.), at-toon'; prob. from

the corresp. to 784; prob. a fire-place, i.e.
furnace:— furnace.

862. pIPN 'attfiwg;, at-tooke'; or p,ng

'attiyq, at-teeh'; from 5423 in the
sense of decreasing; a ledge or offset in a building:—

iriS} 'attiy. See 859.

863. ''FIJS 'Ittay, it-tah'ee; or inijjt 'Iytbay,

ee-thah'ee; from 854; near; Ittai or
Ithai, the name of a Oittite and of an Isr.:— Ithai,

864. BriN ',tham, ay-thawm'; of Eg. der.;

Etham, a place in the Desert:— Etham.
dnfr? 'attem. See 859.

865. bilariN 'ethmowl, eth-mole'; or b'TOHN

'ithmowl, ith-mole'; or blMnji
'ethmiiwl, eth-mool'; prob. from 853 or 854 and

4136; heretofore; def. yesterday: 1- before (that)

time, + heretofore, of late (old), + times past, yes-

,jriN atten. See 859.

866. SliriN 'ethnah, eth-naw'; from 8566; a pres-

ent (as tTae -price of harlotry):— reward.
TliflU 'atteuab, or SlSFlii 'attSnnah.

T, - T ■' ~

See 859.

867. 'yriN 'Ethniy, eth-nee'; perh. from 866; mu-

nificence; Ethni, anlsr.:— Ethni.

868. 15, 'ethnan, eth-nan'; the same as 866; a

gift (as the price of harlotry or idola-
try):— hire, reward.

869. ,|5rii,t 'Ethnan, eth-nan'; the same as 868 in

the sense of 867; Ethnan, an Isr.:—

870. ,ipN 'athar (Chald.), affwir,; from a root

corresp. to that of 871; a place; (adv.)
after:— after, place.

871. fi,DN 'Atharlym, ath-aw-reem'; plur.

from an unused root (prob. mean, to
step); places; Atharim, a place near Pal.:— spies.

872. !,HSa b e 'ah, og-me'; from 985; tm entrance to

a building:— entry.

873. UJ1N3 bi'uwsh (Chald.) be-oosh'; from 888;
wicked:— bad.

874. ,,iNSl ba'ar, baw-ar'; a prim, root; to dig;

by anal, to engrave; flg. to explain:— de-
clare, (make) plain (-ly).

875. liia e 'fer, be-ayr'; from 874; apit; espec. a

well:— pit, well.

876. ,l!!,3 B e 'er, be-ayr'; the same as 875; Beer, a-
place in the Desert, also one in PaL:~


877. INS bd'r, bore; from 874; a cistern:— cistern.

878. N,Na B e '£ra', H-ay-raw'; from 875; a. well;

Beera, an Isr. :— Beera.

879. tfibN INS B e 'Sr 'Eliym, be-ayr' ay-leem';

from 875 and the plur. of 410; well
of heroes; Beer-Elim, a place in the Desert:— Beer-

880. STINa B e 'Srah, be-ay-raw'; the same as

878; Beerah, an Isr. :— Beerah.

881. rillSSl B e '6rowtb, be-ay-rohth' ; fem. plur.

of 875 ; wells; Beeroth, a place in Pal. :—

882. ,'INa B e 'feriy, be-ay-ree'; from 875; foun-

tained; Beeri, the name of a Hittite and
of an Isr.:— Beeri.

883. W tjb. 1N3 B e '6p la-Cbay Rd'iy,

be-ayr' lakh-ah'ee ro-ee'; from
875 and 2416 (withpref.) and 7208; well of a living
(One) my Seer; Beer-Lachai-Boi, a place in the Des-
ert:— Beer-lahai-roi.

884. 3DU) INS B e '6r Sheba,, be-ayr' sheh'-bah;

from 875 and 7651 (in the sense of
7650); well of an oath; Beer-Sheba, a place in Pal,:—

885. IjJSr, 1 ?? nSijfi B e erdth B e ney-Ta«a-

qan, be-ay-roth' be-nay'
yah-a-can'; from the fem. plur. of 875, and the plur.
contr. of 1121, and 3292; wells of (the) sons of Jaakan;
Beeroth-Bene-Jaakan, a place in the Desert:— Beeroth
of the children of Jaakan,

886. ,'n'lNa B e 'Sr6thiy, be-ay-ro-thee 1 ; patrial

from 881; a Beerothite or inhab. of
Beeroth:— Beerothlte.

887. U3NS ba'ash, baw-ash'; a prim, root; to

smeJIbad; flg. to be offensive morally:—
(make to) be abhorred (had in abomination, loath-
some, odious), (cause a, make to) stink (-ing savour),
X utterly.

888. 1Z5N21 beȣsh (Chald.), be-aysh'; corresp. to

887:— displease.

889. ttJNSl b e '6sh, be-oshe'; from 877; a stench:—


890. TTONSl bo'shah, bosh-aw 1 ; fem. of 889;

stink-weed or any other noxious or
useless plant:— cockle.

891. d,fflNa b e 'usbiym, be-oo-sheem'; plur. of

889; poison-berries:— wild grapes.

892. 7,Q!J1 babab, baw-baw'; fem. act. part, of

an unused root mean, to hollow out;
something hollowed (as a gate), l.e. the pupil of the
eye:— apple [of the eye].

893. n 35 Bebay, bay-bah'ee; prob. of for. or.;

Bebai, an Isr. :— Bebai.

894. baa Babel, baw-bel'; from 1101; co»,usio»i;

Babel (i.e. Babylon), including Babylonia,
and the Bab. empire:— Babel, Babylon.

895. baa Babel (Chald.), baw-bel'; corresp. to

894:— Babylon.

896. ,'baa Bablty (Chald.), bab-lee'; patrial from

895; a, Babylonian: — Babylonia.




897. 33 bag, bag; a Pers. word; food:— spoil [from.

the marg. for 957.]

898. 133 bagad, baw-gad'; a prim, root; to cover

(with a garment); fig. to act covertly; by
topi, to pillage:— deal deceitfully (treacherously, un-
faithfully), offend, transgress (-or), (depart), treach-
erous (dealer, -ly, man), unfaithful (-ly, man), x very.

899. ,733 beged, behg'-ed; from 898; a covering

i.e. clothing; also treachery or pillage:—
apparel, cloth (-es, -rag), garment, lap, rag, raiment,
robe, X very [treacherously], vesture, wardrobe.

900. rrilJa b6g e dowth, ooftg'-e,i-6fci&;fem.plur.

act. part, of 898; treacheries;— treach-

901. TU3 bagdwd, baw-gode'; from 898; treach-

erous:— treacherous.

902. ,ISa Bigvay, big-vah'ee; prob. of for. or.;

1 Bigvai, an 1st.;— Bigvai.

903. NH33 Bigtha', big-thaw 1 ; of Pers. der.;

T ! ' Bigtha, a eunuch of Xerxes:— Bigtha.

904. ,naa Blgtban, big-thavm'; or iCnSa

Blgtbana', big-thaw 1 -naw; of similar
deriv. to 903; Bigthan or Bigthana, a eunuch of
Xerxes:— Bigthan, Bigthana.

905. 13 bad, bad; from 909; prop, separation; by

topi, apart of the body, branch of a tree,
bar for carrying; fig. chief of a city; espec. (with
prep, pref.) as adv., opart, only, besides:— alone,
apart, bar, besides, branch, by self, of each alike, ex-
cept, only, part, staff, strength.

906. 13 bad, bad; perh. from 909 (in the sense of

divided fibres); flaxen thread «r yarn;
hence a linen garment:— linen.

907. 13 bad, bad; from 908; a brag or lie; also a

liar: — liar, lie.

908. N13 bada', baw-daw'; a prim, root; (fig.) to

invent: — devise, feign.

909. 1,33 badad, barn-dad'; a prim, root; to di-

vide, i.e. (reflex.) be solitary:— alone.

910. 113 badad, baw-dawd'; from909; separate;

adv. separately:— alone, desolate, only,

911. Iia B e dad, bed-ad'; from 909; separation;

Bedad, an Edomite:— Bedad.

912. {1,13 B6d e yab, bay-de-yaw'; prob.shortened

T ! for 5662; servant of Jehovah; Bedejah,
an Isr. :— Bedeiah.

913. S,IS b e dlyl, bed-eel'; from 914; alloy (be-

! cause removed by smelting); by anal.
tin: — ,,,,,,,,- plummet, tin.

g-j, ,, badal, baw-dal'; a prim, root; to di-
vide (in var. senses lit. or fig., separate,
distinguish, differ, select, etc.):— (make, put) differ-
ence, divide (asunder), (make) separate (self, -ation),
sever (out), X utterly.

915. 513 badal, baw-dawV; from 914; apart:—


916. FT513 b e dalacb, bed-o'-ldkh; prob. from

' 914; something in pieces, i,e. bdellium, a
(fragrant) gum (perh. amber); others a pearl:— bdel-

917. 113 B e dan, bed-awn'; prob. short, for 5658;

T! servile; Bedan, the name of two Isr.: —

918. P13 badaq, haw-dak 1 ; a prim, root; to gap

open; used only as a denom. from 919; to
mend a breach:— repair.

919. P13 bedeq, beh'-dek; from 918; a gap or

' ' leak (in a building or a ship):— breach,
-f calker.

920. 1)513 Bldqar, bid-car'; prob. from 1856 with

prep, pref.; by stabbing, i.e. assassin;
Bidkar, an Isr. :— Bidkar.

921. 113 b e dar (Chald.), bed-ar'; corresp. (by

transp. to 6504; to scatter:— scatter.

922. 1S13 bobuw, bo'-hoo; from an unused root

(mean, to be empty); a vacuity, i.e. (super-
ficially) an undistlnguishable ruin:— emptiness, void.
933. tJt13 babaj, bah'-hat; from an unused root

(prob. mean, to glisten); white marble or
perh. alabaster:— red [marble].
924 iVria b e niyluw(Chald.), fte-ftee-Joo'; from I
927; a hurry} only adv. hastily:— in I

925. l,rlS babiyr, bam-here'; from an unused

root (mean, to be bright); shining:—

926. 5!13 babal, baw-hal'; a prim, root; to trem-

ble inwardly (or palpitate), i.e. (fig.) be
(caus. make) (suddenly) alarmed or agitated; byimpl.
to hasten anxiously:— be (make) affrighted (afraid,
amazed, dismayed, rash), (be, get, make) haste (-n, -y,
■By), (give) speedy (-ily), thrust out, trouble, vex.

927. 51TI3 b e bal (Chald.), be-hal'; corresp. to 986;

to terrify, hasten: — in haste, trouble.

928. t15!13 bebalab, beh-haw-law' ; from 926;

panic, destruction: — terror, trouble.

929. ,153!13 b e bemah, be-hay-maw'; from an

unused root (prob. mean, to be mute);
prop, a dumb beast; espec. any large quadruped or
animal (often collect.): — beast, cattle.

930. nini13 b e b£mdwtb, be-hay-mohth'; in

' form a p)ur. of 929, but really asing. of
Eg. der.; a wafer-oz.i.e. the hippopotamus or Nile-
horse :— Behemoth.

931. 1113 baben, bo'-hen; from an unused root

appar. mean, to be thick; the thumb of
the hand or great toe of the foot:— thumb, great toe.

932. ,|7JI3 Bohan, bo'-han; an orth. var. of 931;

thumb; Bohan, an Isr.:— Bohan.

933. |?S13 bobaq, bo'-hak; from an unused root

mean, to 6e pale; white scurf:— freckled

934. rftna bobereth, bo-heh'-reth; fern. act.

part, of the same as 925; a whitish spot
on the skin:— bright spot.

935. N13 bow', bo; a prim, root; to go or come (in

a wide variety of applications) :— abide, ap-
ply, attain, X be, befall, -f besiege, bring (forth, in,
into, to pass), call, carry, X certainly, (cause, let,
thing for) to come (against, in, out, upon, to pass), de-
part, X doubtless again, -+- eat, + employ, (cause to)
enter (in, into, -tering, -trance, -try), be fallen, fetch,
-f follow, get, give, go (down, in, to war), grant,
+ have, X indeed, [in-]vade, lead, lift [up], mention,
pull in, put, resort, run (down), send, set, x (well)
stricken [in age], x surely, take (in), way.
313 buwb. See 892, 5014.

936. T13 buwz, booz; a prim, root; to disre-

spect: — contemn, despise, X utterly.

937. T13 buwz, booz; from 986; disrespect: — con-

tempt (-uously), despised, shamed.

938. T13 Biiwz, booz; the same as 937; Buz, the

name of a son of Nahor, and of an Isr.:—

939. !,IT13 buwzab, boo-zaw'; fern. pass. part, of

936; something scorned; an object of
contempt: — despised.

940. ,'TIS Bnwziy, boo-zee'; patron, from 938;

a Buzite or desc. of Buz:— Buzite.

941. ,Vf3. Buwziy, boo-zee'; the same as 940,

Buzi, an Isr.:— Buzi.

942. ,'jS Baway, bawah'ee; prob. of Pers. or. ;

Bavvai, an Isr.:— Bavai.

943. ,T13 bowk, book; a prim, root; to involve

(lit. or fig.):— be entangled (perplexed).
944 513 b,iwl, boot; tor 2981; produce (of the
earth, etc.):— food, stock.

945. 513 Bawl, booi; the same as 944 (in the sense

of rain); Bui, the eighth Heb. month:—


613 buwm. See 1116.

946. 51313 Bnwnab, boo-nav,; from 995; dis-

T cretion; Bunah, an Isr.: — Bunah.
,,S13 Buwniy. See 1138.

947. 013 bnwc, boos; a prim, root; to trample

(lit. or fig.):— loath, tread (down, under
[foot]), be polluted.

948. V13 buwts, boots; from an unused root (of

the same form) mean, to bleach, i.e. (in-
trans.) be white; prob. cotton (of some sort):— fine
(white) linen.

949. V,i?i3 Bowtse,ts, bo-tsatesf; from the same

as 948; shining; Botsets, a rock near
Michmash:— Bozez.

950. 7TP13 buwqah, boo-kaw'; fern. pass. part.

of an unused root (mean, to be hollow);
emptiness (as adj.):— empty.

951. ,ipia bowk,r, bo-kare 1 , - prop. act. part.from

1239 as denom. from 1241; a cattle-
tender:— herdman.

952. 113 buwr, boor; a prim, root; to bore, i,e.

iflg.) examivie;— declare.

953. 113 bdwr, bore; from 952 (in the sense of

877); a. pit hole (espec. one used as a cis-
tern or prison):— cistern, dungeon, fountain, pit, well.

954. T2J13 bikwsh, boosh; a prim, root; prop, to

pale, i.e. by impl. to be ashamed; also
(by impl.) to be disappointed, or delayed:— ,be, make,
bring to, cause, put to, with, a-) shame (-d), be (put to)
confounded (-fusion), become dry, delay, be long.

955. 711Z313 buwshah, boo-shaw'; fern. part. pass.

of 954; shame:— shame.

956. H13 buwtb (Chald.), booth; appar. denom.

from 1005; to lodge over night:— pass the

957. 13 baz, baz; from 962; plunder:— booty, prey,

spoil (-ed).

958. NT3 baza', baw-zaw'; a prim, root; prob. to

cleave:— spoil.

959. 71T3 bazab, baw-zaw'; a prim, root; to

disesteem:— despise, disdain, contemn
(-ptible), + think to scorn, vile person.

960. 7,tT3 bazdb, baw-zo'; from 959; scorned:—


961. !1T3 blzzab, biz-zaw'; fern, of 957; booty,-—

prey, spoil.

962. TT3 bazaz, baw-zaz'; a prim, root; to plun-

der: — catch, gather, (take) for a prey,
rob (-ber), spoil, take (away, spoil), x utterly.

963. li,TS bizzay6wn,bfe-za«i-j,o)ie';from959:_

disesteem: — contempt.

964. rT l ni ,,l I3 htzy6wth e yab, biz-yo-the-yaw'i

from 959 and 8050 ; contempts of Jah;
Bizjothjdh, a place in Pal.:— Bizjothjah.

965. ]JT3 bazaq, baw-zawk'; from an unused root

mean, to lighten; a flash of lightning: —
flash of lightning.

966. P.T3 Bezeq, beh'-zek; from 965; lightning; Be,

zek, a place in Pal. :— Bezek.

967. 1T3 bazar, baw-zar'; a prim, root; to dis-

perse: — scatter.

968. Nri13 Biztba', biz-thaw'; of Pers. or.; Biz-

tha, a eunuch of Xerxes:— Biztha.

969. ,jina bacbown', baw-khone'; from 974; an

assayer of metals: — tower.

970. 11)13 bachuwr, baw-khoor'; or Ifta

bacbur, baw-khoor'; part. pass, of

977; prop, selected, i.e. a youth (often collect):

(choice) young (man), chosen, x hole.

nilina b e cbuwr6wtb. See 979.

D,lina Baebawriym. See 980.

971. TTia baebiyn, bakh-een'; another form of

975; a watch-tower of besiegers:— tower.

972. 1T13 bacbtyr, baw-kheer'; from 977; se-

lect:— choose, chosen one, elect.

973. 5113 bacbal, baw-khal 1 ; a prim, root; to

loathe:— abhor, get hastily [from the
marg. for 926].

974. ]ri3 bacban, baw-khan'; a prim, root; to

test (espec. metals) ; gen. and flg. to inves-
tigate:— examine, prove, tempt, try (trial).

975. 'JOS bacban, bakh'-an; from 974 (in the

sense of keeping a look-out); a watch-
tower;— tower.

976. ,IBS! bocban, bo'-khan; from 974; trial:—


977. 1113 bacbar, baw-khar'; a prim, root; prop.

to try, i.e. (by impl.) select:— acceptable,
appoint, choose (choice), excellent, join, be rather,

1113 baebnr. See 970.

978. ■ , ?311113 Bacharuwmiy, bakh-ar-oo-mee,;

patrial from 980 (by transp.); a Bach-
arumite or inhab. of Bachurim:— Baharumite.

979. niina b e cbur6wth, behh-oo-rothe'; or

nil1!,l3 b e chuwrdwtli, &eSA-oo-rotJi';

fem. plur. of 970; also (masc. plur.)

S,ltlS b e cbiiriym, bekh-oo-reem-; youth

(collect, and abstr.):— young men.




880. fi,Ha Bachnriym, bakh-oo-reem'; or

fi,inia Bacbuwriyin, bakh-oo-reem' ;
mase. plur. of 970; young men; Bach-
itrim, a place in Pal. :— Bahurim.

981. NUa bat&,, baw-taw'; or TOa bsitali

baw-taw'; a prim, root; to babble;
hence to vociferate angrily:— pronounce, speak (unad-

982. Htpa batach, baw-takh'; a prim, root; prop.

to hie for refuge [but not so ■precipitately
as 2680] ; fig. to trust, be confident or sure:— be bold
(confident, secure, sure), careless (one, woman), put
confidence, (make to) hope, (put, make to) trust.

983. fltta bejacb, beh'-takh; from 982; prop, a

place of refuge; abstr. safety, both the
fact (security) and the feeling {trust); often (adv.
with or without prep.) safely:— assurance, boldly,
(without) care (-less), confidence, hope, safe (-ly, -ty),
secure, surely.

984. nya Befacb, beh'-takh; (he same as 983;

Betach, a place in Syria: — Betah.

985. FlfiBa Mtchah, bit-khaw'; fern, of 984;

trust:— confidence.

986. pTOaa blttacfaowii, bit-taw-khone'; from

982; trust:— confidence, hope.

987. ninB'3 bat?,,ch6wtb, bat-too-khoth' ; tern,

plur. from 982; security:— secure.

988. ?C33 batel, baw-tale'; a prim, root; to desist

from labor:— cease.

989. btta b'tel (Chald.), bet-ale'; corresp. to 988;

to stop: — (cause, make to), cease, hinder.

990. TO2L beten, beh'-ten; from an unused root

prob. mean, to be hollow; the belly, espec.
the womb; also the bosom or body of anything:—
belly, body, + as they be born, + within, womb.

991. ,,,,,,,,,p% Be|en, beh'-ten; thesameas990; Beten,

a place in Pal. :— Beten.

992. TO3 bdfen, bo'-ten; from 990; (only in plur.)

a pistachio-nut (from its form):— nut.

993. tKjba Btfiniym, bet-o-neem'; prob. plur.

' from 992; hollows: Betonim, a place in
Pal.:— Betonim.

994. ,,Si biy, bee; perh. from 1158 (in the sense of

asking); prop, a request; used only adv.
(always with , my Lord ,); Oh that!; with leave, or if
it please:— alas, O, oh.

995. pa biyn, bene; a prim, root; to separate

mentally (or distinguish), i.e, (gen.) under-
stand:— attend, consider, be cunning, diligently, di-
rect, discern, eloquent, feel, inform, instruct, have in-
telligence, know, look well to, mark, perceive, be
prudent, regard, (can) skill (-f ul), teach, think, (cause,
make to, get, give, have) understand (-ing), view,
(deal) wise (-ly, man).

996. ,pa bfeyn, bane (sometimes in the plur.

masc. or fem.); prop, the constr. contr. form of an otherwise unused noun from 995; a. distinction; but used only as a prep., between (repeated
before each noun, often with other particles); also as
a conj., either . . . or:— among, asunder, at, between
(-twixt . . . and), + from (the widest), x in, out of,
whether (it be . . . or), within.

997. ,Sl bSyn (Chald.), bane; corresp. to 996:
among, between.

998. Fli, 1 ? btynab, bee-naw 1 ; from 995; understanding,-knowledge, meaning, x perfectly, understanding, wisdom.

999. 515,3 biynab (Chald.), bee-naw'; corresp. to

1000. MS,a b&ytsab, bay-tsaw'; from the same as 918; an egg (from its whiteness): egg.



Strong's Numbers #1001-2000

1001. S,a blyra' (Chald.), bee-raw,; corresp. to

1002; a palace:— palace.

1002. «Tya biyrab, bee-raw'; of for. or.; acas-

tle or palace:— palace.

1003. IWTa biyrantytb, bee-raw-neeth'; from

1002; a fortress:— castle.

1004. Tf% bayitb, bah'-yith; prob. from 1129

abbrev.; a house (in the greatest var. of
applications, espec. family, etc.):- -court, daughter,
door, + dungeon, family, + forth of, X great as
would contain, hangings. home[bon,], [winterlhouse

(-hold), inside (-ward), palace, place, -f- prison, + stew-
ard, + tablet, temple, web, + within (-out).

1005. rra bayitb (Chald.), bah-yith; corresp. to

1004:— house.

1006. ma Bayitb, bah'-yith; the same as 1004;

Bajith, a place in Pal.: — Bajith.

1007. ,JIN ma Beyth ,Aven, bayth aW-ven;

from 1004 and 205; house of vanity;
Beth-Aven, a place in Pal.:— Beth-aven.

1008. bsjTPSl BSyth-'El, bayth-ale'; from 1004

and 410; house of God; Beth-El, a
place in Pal.:— Beth-el.

1009. bN,8 FPfi Beytb. 'Arbe'l, bayth ar-

bale'; from 1004 and 695 and 410;
house of Bod's ambush; Beth-Arbel, a place in Pal. :—

1010. p3,a b?3 ma Beytb Ba'al OT,,6wn,

bayth bah'-al me-own'; from
1004 and 1168 and 4583; famse of Baal of (the) habita-
tion of [appar. by transp.] ; or (shorter)

,p3,a ma Beytb H e ,own, bayth me-
own'; house of habitation of
(Baal); Beth-BaaUMeon, a place in Pal.:— Beth-baal-
meon. Comp. 1186 and 1194.

1011. Wa rP3 Beytb Bir'iy, bayth bir-ee';

from 1004 and 1254; house of a
creative one; Beth-Biri, a place in Pal.:— Beth-birei.

1012. !T13 ma Beytb Barab, bayth bauyraw';

prob. from 1004 and 5679; house of
(the),ord; Beth-Barah, a place in Pal.:— Beth-barah.

1013. I ,n3~ma Beyth-Gade,r, bayth-gaw-dare' ;

, from 1004 and 1447; house of (the)
wall; Beih-Qader, a place in Pal.:— Beth-gader.

1014. bia| ma Beyth Camuwl, bayth gaw-

moot' ; from 1004 and the pass. part,
of 1576; house of (the) weaned; Beth-Gamut, a place
E. of the Jordan:— Beth-gamul.

1015. trnban ma Beytb DIblathayim,

bayth dib-law-thah'-yim;
from 1004 and the dual of 1690; house of (the) two fig-
cakes; Beth-Diblathajim, a place E. of the Jordan:—

1016. TiSJ-ma Berth-Dagdwm, bayth-daw-

gohn'; from 1004 and 1712; house
of Dagon; Beth-Dagon,, the name of two places in
Pal. :— Beth-dagon.

1017. ,ib,rl ma Beyth ha-'Eliy, bayth haw

elree'; patrial from 1008 with the
art. interposed; a Beth-elite, or inhab. of Bethel: —

1018. biNrt ma Beytb ha-'etsel, bayth haw-

ay'-tsel; from 1004 and 681 with
the art. interposed; house of the side; Beth-ha-Etsel,
a place in Pal.: — Beth-ezel.

1019. b,bsrt ma Beytb hag-GUgal, bayth

hag-gil gawl' ; from 1004 and
1537 with the article interposed ; house of the Gilgal (or
rolling); Beth-hag-Gilgal, a place in Pal.:— Beth-

1020. rria-,rj ma Beyth ba-Y«sbty-

mowlU, bayth hah-yesh-
eewoth'; from 1004 and the plur. of 3451 with the art.
interposed; house of the deserts; Beth-ha-Jeshimoth,
a town E. of the Jordan:— Beth-jeshimoth.

1021. S'lBrt ma Bfeyth hak-Kerem, bayth

hak-keh'-rem; from 1004 and S754
with the art. interposed; house of the vineyard; Beth-
hak-Kerem, a place in Pal.:— Beth-haccerem.

1022. ,, at1i,3 ma Beytb bal-I.acbmiy,oa2,tt

haUlakh-mee 1 ; patrial from
1035 with the art. ins. ; a Beth-Uchemite, or native of
Bethlechem:— Bethlehemite.

1023. prraE ma Beytb ham-Merchaq,

bayth ham-mer-khawk' ; from
1004 and 4801 with the art. interposed; house of the
breadth; Beth-ham-Merchak, a place in Pal.: — place
that was far oft.

1024 rriSSi'TBrtma Beytb ham-Marka-
bowth, bayth ham-mar-
kaw-ioth'; or (short) niaS,ia ma Beytb OTar-
kabowth, bayth mar-kaw-both' ; from 1004andthe
plur. of 4818 (with or without the art. interposed);
place of (the) chariots; Beth-ham-Markaboth or Beth-
Markaboth, a place in Pal.:- Beth-roarcaboth.

1025. p»?n ma Beytb ha-,Eineq, bayth

haw-Ay'-mek; from 1004 and
6010 with the art. interposed; house of the valley;
Beth-ha-Emek, a place in Pal.:— Beth-emek.

1026. iia,rt ma Beytb havArabah, bayth

haw-ar-aw-baw'; from 1004 and
6160 with the art. interposed; house of the Desert,
Beth-ha-Arabah, a place in PaL: — Beth-arabah.

1027. D,fJ ma Beytb ba-Bam, bayth haw-

rawm'; from 1004 and 7311 with
the art. interposed ; house of the height; Beth-ha-Bam,
a place E. of the Jordan:— Beth-aram.

1028. y,n ma B6yth ha-Ban, bayth ham

rawn'; prob. for 1027; Beth-haBan,
a place E. of the Jordan:— Beth-haran.

1029. SiaiSrtma Beytb basb-Sblttab,

bayth hash-shit-taw'; from
1004 and 7848 with the art. interposed; house of the
acacia; Beth-hash-Shittah, a place in Pal.:— Beth-

1030. ,a©rt ma Beyth hash-Shimshiy,

bayth hash-shim-shee' ; patrial
from 1053 with the art. inserted; a Beth-shimshite, oi
inhab. of Bethshemesh:— Bethshemite.

1031. fhi'Q ma Beyth Cboglab, bayth chog-

law'; from 1004 and the same as
2295; house of a partridge; Beth-Choglah, a place in
Pal.:— Beth-hoglah.

1032. 'p'Tin ma Beyth eh6wr6wn, bayth

kho-rone'; from 1004 and 2356;
house of hollowness; Beth-Choron, the name of two
adjoining places in Pal.:— Beth-horon.

]:n ma Beytb Cbanan. See 358.

1033. 1? ma Beytb Ear, bayth Tear; from

1004 and 3733; house of pasture;
Beth-Car, a place in Pal.:— Beth-car.

1034. niNab ma BSytb I,eba'6wth, bayth

leb-aw-6th'; from 1004 and the
plur. of 3833; house of lionesses; Beth-Lebaoth, a
place in PaL :— Beth-lebaoth. Comp. 3822.

1035. Crib ma Beytb Iiecbem, bayth leh,-

khem; from 1004 and 3899; house
of bread; Beth-Lechem, a place in Pal. :— Beth-lehem.

1036. tYlBSb ma Beytb l e -,Apbrab, bayth

le-af-raw'; from 1004 and the
fem. of 6083 (with prep, interposedl; house to (i.e. Of)
dust; Beth-le-Aphrah, a place in Pal.:— house Of

1037. Nfta ma BSytb MIllow', bayth mil-

, w; or sfea n,a B,yth nil-

lft», bayth mil-lo'; from 1004 and 4407; house of (the)
rampart; Beth-Millo, the name of two citadels:—
house of Millo.

1038. FlDra ma Bgytb ISa'akab, bayth

mah-ak-aw'; from 1004 and 4601;
fcowse of Maakah; Beth-Maakah, a place in Pal.:—

1039. STTO3 ma Bfeytb Nlmrab, bayth ntm-

raw'; from 1004 and the fem. of
5246; house o,(the) leopard; Beth-Nimrah, a place
east of the Jordan:— Beth-nimrah. Comp. 5247.

1040. yiS ma B6ytb ,£den, bayth ajf-den?

from 1004 and 5730; house of plea-
sure; Beth-Eden, a place m Syria:— Beth-eden.

1041. rnaTJ ma Bfeyth ,Azmaveth, baytk

az-maw'-veth; from 1004 and
5820; house of Azmaveth, a place in Pal.:— Beth-az-
maveth. Corop. 5820.

1042. mjS ma Beytb 'AnoiJirtb, bayth on-

oth'; from 1004 and a plur. from
6030; house of replies; Beth-Anoth, a place in PaL:—

1043. m$ mgl Beytb 'Anath, baythan-awtW;

an orth. var. for 1042; Beth-Anath,
a place in Pal.: — Beth-anath.

1044. 152 n,a BSytb «E«ed, bayth atf-toA;

from 1004 and a oeriv. of 6123;
house of (the) binding (for sheep-shearing); Beth'
Eked, a place in Pal.:— shearing-house.




1045. rflTTl,? n,,3 Berth (Ashtut-owih,

bayth ash-tawroth': from
1001 and 6253; house of Ashtoreths; Beth-Ashtaroth,
a place in PaL:— house of Ashtaroth. Comp. 1203,

1046. tibB ma Beytb Pelet, bayth peh'-let;

from 1004 and 6412; house of es-
cape; Beth-Palet, a place to Pal.:— Beth-palet.

1047. ,riS,S n,a Beytb P e( 6wr, bayth pe-ore';

from 1004 and 6465; house of Peor;
Beth-Peor, a place E. of the Jordan:— Beth-peor.

1048. yS9 rP3 Beytb Patstsets, bayth pats-

tsates 1 ; from 1004 and a der. from
6327; house of dispersion; Beth-Patstsets, a place to
Pal.:— Beth-pazzez.

1049. 'TOt rP£ Beytli Tsiwr, bayth tsoor,;

from 1004 and 6697; fto»seo,(the)
rock; Beth-Tsur, a place in Pal.:— Beth-zur.

1050. iitTl n,g BSytb B e cb6wb, bayth re-

khobe'; from 1004 and 7339; house
of (.the) street; BethrBechob, a place inPaL:— Beth-

1051. SB 1 ! rPa B,ytb Bapba', bayth raw-

, faw'; from 1004 and 7497; house of
(the) giant; Beth-Bapha, anlsr.:— Beth-rapha.

1052. 1N1B rPa BSytb Sb e 'an, bayth she-awn';
or n© n,a Bey til Shan, oatrfft shown'; from

1004 and 7599; house of ease; Beth-
Shean or Beth-Shan, a place in Pal.:— Beth-shean,

1053. TOJia rpa Beytb Sbemesb, bayth sheh'-

mesh; from 1004 and 8121 ; ftowse
o, (the) m; Beth-Shemesh, a place to Pal.:— Beth-

1054. QIBg rY,3 Beytb Tappnwach, bayth

tap-poo'-akh; from 1004 and 8698;
house of (the) apple; Beth-Tappuach, a place to
Pal. :— Beth-tappuah.

1055. 'jrPa biytban, bee-thaum'; prob. from

1004; a palace (i.e. torgre ftouse):—

1056. Ctaa Baka,, baw-kaw 1 ; from 1058; weep-

ing; .Baca, a valley to Pal.:— Baca.

1057. £Oa baka', baw-kaw'; the same as 1056;

the weeping tree (some gum-distilling
tree, perh. the balsam):— mulberry tree.

1058. iiaa bakah, baw-kaw'; a prim, root; to

weep; gen. to bemoan:— X at all, be-
wail, complain, make lamentation, x more, mourn,
X sore, X with tears, weep.

1059. fDa bekeh, beh'-keh; from 1058; a weep-

ing:— x sore.

1060. ,Tiaa b e k6wr, bek-ore'; from 1069; first-

born; hence chief: — eldest (son), first-
born (-ling).

1061. 11321 blkkwwr, Uk-koor'; from 1069; the

first-fruits of the crop:— first fruit
(-ripe [fig.]), hasty fruit.

1062. tTjba b e kfiwrab, oefe-o-rai»'; or (short.)

tTnba b c korab, befco-raw',, fern, of 1060;
the firstling of man or beast; abstr.
primogeniture:— birthright, firstborn t-ltog).

1063. H113a bikkirwTab, bik-koo,raw 1 ; fem.

of 1061; the early fig:— flrstripe

1064 rY}toa B e kdwrath, bek-o-rath'; fem. of
' 1062; primogeniture; Bekorath, an
Isr. :— Bechorath.

1065. 'pa b e kiy, bek-ee'; from 1068; a weeping;

by analogy, a dripping: — overflowing,
X sore, (continual) weeping, wept.

1066. D,aa Boklym, bo-keem'; plur. act. part, of

1058; (with the art.) the weepers; Bo-
kirn, a place to Pal. :— Boebim.

1067. ffflB bekiyrah, bek-ee-raw 1 ; fem. from

T ' ' 1069; the eldest daughter:— firstborn.

1068. ri' , ?3 b e kiytb, bek-eefh'; from 1058; a

weeping:— mourning.

1069. iaa bakar, baw-kar 1 ; a prim, root; prop.

1 to burst the womb, i.e. (caus.) Sear or
make early fruit (of woman or tree) ; also (as denom.
from 1061) to give the birthright:— -make firstborn, be
firstling, bring forth first child (new fruit).




,pa beker, beh'-ker; from 1069 (in the sense
of youth); a young camel:— dromedary.

'Ipa Beker, beh'-ker; the same as 1070;
Beker, the name of two Isr. :— Becher.

tt,Oa bifcrah, bik-raw'; fem. of 1070; a
young she-camel: — dromedary.

niba b e b6rah. See 1062.

bak-koo-raw' ; by orth.
a first-ripe fig:— flrst-

J-naa bakkurab,
var. for 1063;

1,pa Bok e ru.w, bo-ker-oo'; from 1069;
first-born; Bokeru, an Isr.:— Bocheru.

1075. ,''■pa Blkriy, bik-ree'; from 1069; youth-

ful; Bikri, anlsr.:— Bichri.

1076. ,aa Bakriy, bak-ree'; patron, from 1071;

a Bakrite (collect.) or desc. of Beker:—

1077. ba bal, bal; from 1086; prop, a failure; by

impl. nothing; usually (adv.) not at all;
also lest:— lest, neither, no, none (that . . .), not (any),

1078. ba Bel, bale; by contr. for 1168; Bel, the

Baal of the Babylonians:— Bel.

1079. ba bal (Chald.), bawl; from 1080; prop.

anxiety, i.e. (by impl.) the heart (as its
seat):— heart.

1080. Nba b e la, (Chald.), bel-aw,; corresp. to 1086

T ' (but used only in a mental sense); to
afflict:— wear out.

1081. pNba Bal'adan, baUad-awn'; from 1078

T : ! and 113 (contr.) ; Bel (is bis) lord; Bal-
adan, the name of a Bab. prince:— Baladan.

1082. ibS. balag, baw-lag'; a prim, root; to break

off or ioose (to a favorable or unfavora-
ble sense), i.e. desist (from grief) or invade (with de-
struction) :— comfort, (recover) strength (-en).

1083. FBba Bllgab, bil-gaw'; from 1082; desist-

ance; Bilgah, the name of two Isr.: —

1084. ,,a Bilgay, biUgah'ee; from 1082; desist-

ant; Bilgai, anlsr.:— Bilgai.

1085. Tlba Blldad, bil-dad'; of uncert. der.;

Bildad, one of Job's friends:— Bildad.

1086. Irfoa balab, baw-law,, a prim, root; to

fail; by impl. to wear out, decay (caus.
consume, spend): — consume, enjoy long, become
(make, wax) old, spend, waste.

1087. riba baleh, baw-Uh'; from 1086; worn

out— old.

1088. nba Balab, baw-law'; fem. of 1087; fail-

ure; Balah, a place in Pal.:— Balah.

1089. JJlba balahb, bawlah'; a prim, root [rather

by transp. for 026]; to palpitate; hence
(caus.) to terrify:— trouble.

1090. Fli-fen Bllhah, bil-haw'; from 1089; timid;

Bilhah, the name of one of Jacob's
concubines; also of a place in Pal.:— Bilhah.

1091. ilrfra ballabab, bal-law-haw' ; from

1089; alarm; hence destruction-
terror, trouble.

1092. ,riba, bil-hawn'; from 1089; timid;

Bilhan, the name of an Edomite and
of an Isr.:~Bilhan.

1093. iba b e 16w (Chald.), beUo'; from a root cor-

resp. to 3086; excise (on articles con-
sumed):— tribute.

1094. Niba b e l6w,, beUo'; or (fully)

,fca b e lowy, bel-o'ee; from 1086; (only in
plur. constr.) rags:— old.

1095. IBNTBtpba Belt e sba»tstsar, bale-tesh-ats-

tsar'; of for. der.; Belteshats-
tsar, the Bab. name of Daniel:— Belteshazzar.

1096. 'iSNIBUba Beltesha'tstsar (Chald.),

bale-tesh-ats-tsar' ; corresp. to
1095:— Belteshazzar.

1097. ,'ba b e liy, bel-ee'; from 1086; prop, failure,

i.e. nothing or destruction; usually (with
prep.) without, not yet, because not, aslong as, etc.: —
corruption, ig[norantly], for lack of, where no . . .
is, bo that no, none, not, unfawares], without.

1098. b-ba b e liyl, beUeel'; from 1101; mixed, i.e.

(spec.) feed (for cattle):— corn, fodder,


!ra,,b3 b e liymab, bel-ee-mah'; from 1097
and 4100; (as todef.) nothing what-
ever:— nothing,

1100. bgijba b e liya«al, bel-e-yah'-al; from 1097

and 3276; without profit, worthless-
ness; by extens. destruction, wickedness (often to
connection with 376, 803, 1121, etc.):— Belial, evil,
naughty, ungodly (men), wicked.

1101. bba balal, baw-lal'; a prim, root; to over-

flow (spec, with oil); by impl. to mix;
also (denom. from 1098) to fodder:— anoint, con-
found, X fade, mingle, mix (self), give provender,

1102. Dba balam, baw-lam'; a prim, root; to

muzzle:— he held to.

1103. Oba balac, baw-las'; a prim, root; to pinch

sycamore figs (a process necessary to
ripen them):— gatherer.

1104. 5,ba bala', baw-lah'; a prim, root; to make

away with (spec, by swallowing); gen.
to destroy:— cover, destroy, devour, eat up, be at
end, spend up, swallow down (up).

1105. 3,ba bela«, beh'-lah; from 1104; a gulp; fig.

destruction: — devouring, that which he
hath swallowed up.

1106. 5,ba Bela«, beh'-lah; thesameasll05;Bela,

the name of a place, also of an Edomite
and of two Isr.:— Bela.

1107. ,yba Ml'adey, biUid-ay'; or

■,3,ba bal'adey, bal-ad-ay'; constr. plur.
from 1077 and 5703; not tiU,i.e. (as
prep, or adv.) except, without, besides: — beside, not
(in), save, without.

1108. ijba Bal'iy, bel-ee'; patronym. from 1106:

a Belaite (collect.) or desc. of Bela:—

1109. DSJba BtVam biVawm,'; prob. from 1077

and 5971; not (of the) people, i.e. for-
eigner ; Bilam, a Mesopotamian prophet; also a place
to Pal.:— Balaam, Bileam.

1110. pba balaq, baw-lak'; a prim, root; to an-

nihilate:— (make) waste.

1111. pba Balaq, baw-lawk'; from 1110; waster;

Balah, a Moabitish king: — Balak.

1112. ISNTBba Belsba'tstsar, bale-shats-tsar';
or ,15JlB&6a llel'sbatstsar, bale-shats-tsar';

of for. or. (comp. 1095); Belshats-
tsar, a Bab. king:— Belshazzar.

1113. -iSNlBpa Belsha'tstsar (Chald.), bale-

shats-tsar'; corresp. to 1112:— Bel-

1114. ,jIB,a Bllshan, bU-shawn'; of uncert. der. ;

Bilshan, an Isr.: — Bilshan.

1115. ,Tlba blltty, bil-tee'; constr. fem. of 1086

(equiv. to 1087); prop, a failure of, i.e.
(used only as a neg. particle, usually ,,,,,,,,rith prep, pref .)
not, except, without, unless, besides, because not, un-
til, etc.:— because un[satiable], beside, but, + con-
tinual, except, from, lest, neither, no more, none, not,
nothing, save, that no, without.

1116. 1TTO3 bamah, haw-maw 1 ; from an unused

root (mean, to be high); an elevation:—
height, high place, wave.

1117. !l72a Bamah, baw-maw'; the same as 1116;

Bamah, a place to Pal.: — Bamah. See
also 1120.

1118. btlMa Biiuliul, bim-hawl'; prob. from

4107 with prep, pref.; with pruning;
Bimhal, anlsr.:— BimhaL

1119. i?aa b e m6w, bem-&; prol. for prep, pref.;

in, with, by, etc.:— for, in, into, through.

1120. ni)3a Bam6wtb, baw-moth'; plur. of

1116; heights; or (fully)
b?3 niaa Bamowth Ba?al, baw-moth'
bah'-al; from the same and 1168;
heights of Baal; Bamoth or Bamoth-Baal, a place E.
of the Jordan:— Bamoth, Bamoth-baal.

1121. ,a ben, bane; from 1129; a son (as a builder

of the family name), in the widest sense
(of lit. and fig. relationship, including grandson, sub-
ject, nation, quality or condition, etc., [like 1, 251,
etc.]): — [-afflicted, age, [Ahoh-] [Amnion-] [Hach-
mon-] [Lev-]ite, [anotot-]ed one, appointed to, (4-)ari



row, [Assyr-J [Babylon-] [Egypt-] [Grec-]ian, one
born, bough, branch, breed, + (young) bullock,
-f. (young) calf, X came up in, child, colt, x common,
X corn, daughter, X of first, + firstborn, foal, + very
fruitful, + postage, X in, + kid, + lamb, (+) man,
meet, + mighty, -f nephew, old, (-f ) people, + rebel,
-+■ robber, X servant born, X soldier, son, + spark,
+ steward, + stranger, X surely, them of, -f tumul-
tuous one, -f valiant[-est], whelp, worthy, young
(one), youth.

1122. ,0 Ben, bane; the same as 1121; Ben, an

Isr.:— Ben.

1123. ,]3 ben (Chald.), bane; corresp. to 1121:—

child, son, young.

1124. NJ3 b e na, (Chald.), ben-av,; or

!133 b,nah (Chald.), ben-aw'; corresp. to
1129; to build:— build, make.

1125. anj,N-ja Ben-,Abiynadab, ben-ab-

ee, -naw-dawb 1 ; from 1121 and
40; (the) son of Abinadab; Ben-Abinadab, an Isr.:—
the son of Abinadab.

1126. , 1 5iN~,}a Ben-'dwniy, ben-o-nee'; from

1121 and 205; son of my sorrow;
Ben-Oni, the original name of Benjamin: — Ben-oni.

1127. 1 ,l3Sr,a Ben-Geber, ben-gheh'-ber; from

, 1121 and 1397; son of (the) hero; Ben-
Geber, an Isr. :— the son of Geber.

1128. ',l]?} - , Ben-Deqer, ben-deh'-ker; from

' 1121 and a der. of 1866; son of
piercing (or of a lance); Ben-DeTcer, an Isr.:— the son
of Dekar.

1129. !,I5a banan, baw-naw'; a prim, root; to

build (lit. and fig.):— (begin to) build (-er),
obtain children, make, repair, set (up), X surely.

1130. ,n7T,]a Ben-Hadad, ben-had-ad'; from

1121 and 1908; son of Hadad; Ben-
Hadad, the name of several Syrian kings:— Ben-

1131. ,,IS? Binnnwy, bin-noo'ee; from 1129;

built up; Binmii, an Isr.: — Binnui.

1132. rrtliT,,ja Ben-5E6wcnetn, ben-zo-

khayth'; from 1121 and 2105; son
of Zocheth; Ben-Zocheth, an Isr. :— Ben-zoketh.

1133. ,ffiV,a Ben-Clinwr, ben-khoor 1 ; from

1121 and 2354; son of Chur; Ben-
Chur, an Isr. :— the son of Hur.

1134. S'VTVia Ben-Cnayil, ben-khah'-yil; from

'' 1121 and 2428; son of might; Ben-
Chail, an Isr. :— Beu-haiL

1135. ,PIT'S Ben-Chanan, ben-khawnavm' ;

from 1121 and 2605; son of Ohanan;
Ben-Chanan, an Isr.:— Ben-hanan.

1136. 1pn,1?l Ben-Cbe,ed, ben-kheh'-sed; from

' 1121 and 8617; son of kindness; Ben-
Chesed, an Isr. :— the son of Hesed.

1137. ,'aa, Baniy, baw-nee'; from 1129; built;

Bani, the name of five Isr.:— Bani.

1138. ,'S3 Bunniy, boorirnee'; or (fuller)

,'SIS Buwniy, 6oo-mee'; from 1129; built;
Bunni or Buni, an Isr. : — Bunni.

1139. p,a',JSl B e nSy-B e raq, ben-ay'-ber-ak' ;

1 ' from the plur. constr. of 1121 and
1800; sons of lightning, J3ene-berafc, aplaeeinPal.:—

1140. In,pS binyab, bin-yaw'; fem. from 1129; a

structure: — building.

1141. FP33 B»iiayab, ben-aw-yawf; or(prol.)

lS,P3a B e nayah,iw, ben-aw-yaw'-hoo;
, ' from 1129 and 3050; Jah has built;
Benajah, the name of twelve Isr.:— Benaiah.

1142. ,|P?£ ''J® B°ney Tataqan, ben-ay' yah-

1 ak-awn'; from the plur. of 1121 and
3292; sons of Taakan; Bene-Jaakan, a place in the
Desert:— Bene- jaakan.

1143. fi,D2l b,naytm, bay,nah'-yim; dual of 996;

adouble interval, l.e. the space between
two armies: — h champion.

1144. ,| , M' , 3I3 Blnyamiyn, bin-yaw-mene'; from

1121 and 3225; son o,(the) right hand;
Binjamin, youngest son of Jacob; also the tribe de-
scended from him, and its territory:— Benjamin.


. , , i' , a' , ,]a Ben-y e miyniy, ben-yem-ee-

nee'; sometimes (with the art. ins.)

VJX'-'ia Ben-ba-y e mtniy, ben-hah-

yem-ee-nee'; with 376 ins. (1 Sam.


,ijp£j la,N-ja Ben-'fysb. Yemlyniy,

ben-eesh' yem-ee-nee'; son of

a man ofJemini; or short. (1 Sam. 9:4; Esth. 2 : B)

■ , 5, , '?7 MS,tJ 'lysli Y e miyniy, eesh yem-
ee-nee'; a man of Jemini; or
(1 Sam. 20 : 1) simply

,,H,. T e miniy, yem-ee-nee'; aJeminite;

,OT3? ,a B e nfy TT e mlyniy, ben-ay'
yem-ee-nee 1 ;) patron, from 1144;
a Benjaminite, or descendant of Benjamin:— Ben-
jamlte, of Benjamin.

1146. IJJS binyan, bin-yawn'; from 1129; an

edifice: — building.

1147. ,3.3 binyan (Chald.), bin-yawn'; corresp.

to 1146;— building.

1148. li,ia B e niynuw, ben-ee-noo'; prob. from

1121 with pron. suff.; our son; Beninu,
an Isr.:— Beninu.

1149. D33 b e nac (Chald.), ben-as'; of uncert. afBn. ;

to be enraged:— -be angry.

1150. N5,?3 Bln«a», bin-aw'; or

W?a Bin'ab, bin-aw'; of uncert. der.;
Bina or Binah, an Isr. : — Binea, Bineah.

1151. , , 'B?,'ia Ben-'Anuniy, ben-am-mee';

from 1121 and 5971 with pron. suff. ;
son of my people; Ben-Ammi, a son of Lot:— Ben-

1152. 7T,Ti0a B e c6wd e yab, bes-o-deh-yaw' ;

from 5475 and 3050 with prep, pref . ;
in (the) connseJ of Jehovah; Besodejah, an Isr.:—

1153. ,'Da B e cay, bes-ah'-ee; from 947; domineer-

ing; Besai, one of the Nethinim:— Besai.
1154 ,lpa bfecer, beh'-ser; from an unused root

mean, to be sour; an immature grape: —
unripe grape.

1155. ',Ipa bo,er, bo'-ser; from the same as

' 1154:— sour grape.

1156. N3,a b e 'a» (Chald.), beh-aw,; or

t :

ft)? b e 'ab. (Chald.), beh-aw 1 ; corresp. to
1158; to seek or ask:— ask, desire, make
[petition], pray, request, seek.

1157. 153 b e «ad, beh-ad'; from 5704 with prep.

' pref.; in up to or over against; gen. at,
beside, among, behind, for, etc.:— about, at, by (means
of), for, over, through, up (-on), within.

1158. WS ba'ab, baw-aw 1 ; a prim, root; to

gush over, i.e. to swell; (flg.) to desire
earnestly; by impl. to ask:— cause, inquire, seek up,
swell out, boil.

1159. ,D,3 ba,uw (Chald.), bate-oo'; from 1156; a

request:— petition.

1160. ,Ti,a B e «6wr, beh-ore'; from 1197 (in the

sense of burning); a lamp; Bear, the
name of the father of an Edomitish king; also of that
of Balaam:— Beor.

1161. d'TWa bi,uwtbiym, be-oo-iheme' ; masc.

plur. from 1204; alarms:— terrors.

1162. T!3f3 Bo'az, bo'-az; from an unused root of

uncert. mean.; Boaz, the ancestor of
David; also the name of a pillar in front of the tem-
ple:— Boaz.

1163. £3?a ba'af, baw-at'; a prim, root; to tram-

ple down, i.e. (flg.) despise;— kick.

1164. ,Wa b e «iy, beh-ee'; from 1158; a prayer:—


1165. TSa b e «iyr, beh-ere'; from 1197 (in the

sense of eating): cattle: — beast, cattle.

1166. b3,3 ba«al, baw-aV; a prim, root; to be

master; hence (as denom. from 1167) to

marry: — Beulah have dominion (over), be hus-
band, marry (-rled, X wife).

1167. b3,3 ba'al, bah'-al; from 1166; a master;

hence a husband, or (flg.) owner (often
used with another noun in modifications of this latter
sense): — |- archer, + babbler, + bird, captain, chief

man, + confederate, + have to do, + dreamer,
those to whom it is due, + furious, those that are
given to it, great, + hairy, he that hath it, have,
+ horseman, husband, lord, man, + married, mas-
ter, person, + sworn, they of.

1168. 5?a Ba'al, bah'-al; the same as 1167; Baal,

a Phoanician deity:— Baal, [olur.l Ba-

1169. b»a b e ,el (Chald.), beh-ale'; corresp. to

1167:— + chancellor.

1170. m,a ,53 Ba'al B e riytb, bah'-al ber-

eeth'; from 1168 and 1285; Baal
of (the) covenant; Baal-Berith, a special deity of the
Shechemites:— Baal-berith.

1171. ,13 b?a Ba'al Gad, bah'-al gawd; from

1168 and 1409; Baal of Fortune;
Baal-Gad, a place in Syria:— Baal-gad.

1172. Inbys ba'&lab, bah-al-aw 1 ; fem. of 1167;

a mistress:— that hath, mistress.

1173. !HM,a Batftlab, bah-al-aw'; the same as

1172; Baalah, the name of three
places in Pal.:— Baalah.

1174. pan b?3 Ba'al Hamown, bah'-al

haw-mone'; from 1167 and 1995;
possessor of a multitude; Baal-Hamon, a place in
Pal. :— Baal-hamon.

1175. nfcya B,=«al6wtb, beh-aw-ldth',- plur. of

1172; mistresses; Bedloth, a place in
Pal. :— Bealoth, in Aloth [by mistake for a plur. from
5927 with prep. pref.}.

1176. aiat. b?3 Ba-ul Z e bnwb, bah'-al zeb-

odb'; from 1168 and 2070; Baal
of (the) Fly; Baal-Zebub, a special deity of thf,
Ekronites :— Baal-zebub.

1177. ■j,n b?3 Ua'al Cnanan, bah'-al khaw-

nawn'; from 1167 and 2603; posses-
sor of grace; Baal-Chanan, the name of an Edomite,
also of an Isr.:— Baal-hanan.

1178. ,liitn b?a Ba'al Cbatsowr, bah'-al

khaw-tsore'; from 1167 and a
modif. of 2691; possessor of a village; BacO-Chatsor,
a place in Pal. :— Baal-hazor.

1179. ymin b?a Ba'al Cbermdwn, bah'-al

kher-mone'; from 1167 and
2768; possessor of Sermon; Baal-Chermon, a place
in Pal. :— Baal-hermon.

1180. ,5»a Ba'alfy, bah-al-ee'; from 1167 with-

pron. suff.; my master; Baali,a sym-
bolical name for Jehovah:— Baali.

1181. rraa ''bSa Bat&l£y Bamdwtb, bah-

al-ay' baw-moth'; from the
plur. of 1168 and the plur. of 1116; Baals of (the)

heights; Baale-Bamoth, a place E. of the Jordan:

lords of the high places.

1182. ,,3 B e «elyada«,6eA-ei-,o«)-(toM,;from

1168 and 8045; Baal has known;
Beeljada, an Isr.:— Beeliada.

1183. S-Pb?a B e ,alyah, beh-aUyaw'; from 1167

„ ,. , and 30B0 i Jah fa) master; Bealjah,
an Isr.:— Beahah. , '

1184. mil-p ib?a Ba,&ley V e bnwdab, bah-

al-ay' yeh-hoo-daw' ; from the
plur. of 1167 and 3063; masters of Judah; Baale-Je-
hudah, a place in Pal.:— Baale of Judah.

1185. 0,bya Ba'Slic, bah-aUece'; prob. from a

der. of 5965 with prep, pref.; in exul-
tation; Baalis, an Ammonitish king:— Baalis.

1186. p3»? b?a Ba'al BP'own, bah-al meh-

one'; from 1168 and 4583; Baal of
(the) habitation (of) [comp. 1010]; Ba&i-Meon, a place
E. of the Jordan:— Baal-meon.

1187. liS,S b?3 Baealpeedwr, bah'-al peh-ore';

from 1168 and 6465; Baal of Peor;
BaaUPeor, a Moabitish deity :— Baal-peor.

1188. d,B b?3 Ba'al P e ,ratafym, bah'-al

per-aw-tseem' ; from 1167 and
the plur. of 6556; possessor of breaches; BaaUPera-
tsim, a place in Pal.: — Baal-perazim.

1189. ,jIB, b?a Ba'al Ts'phown, bah'-al tsef-

one'; from 1168 and 6828 (in the
sense of cold) [according to others an Eg. form of
Typhon, the destroyer] ; Baal of winter; Baal-Tse-
phan, a place in Egypt:— Baal-zephon.




1190. iTT$?1l5b?S Ba'al Sh&lishab, bah'-al

shaw-lee-shaw' ; from 1168 and
6031; Baal of Shalishahj BaahShalishah, a place in
Pat . :— Baal-shalisha.

1191. rfeys Ba'al&tb, bah-al-awth' ; a modif . of

,, 1173; mistressship; Baalath, a place tn
Pal.:— Baalath.

1192. INS rbS3 Ba'alatb B e «6r, bah-al-ath'

, ' ' beh-ayr,. from 1173 and 875; mis-

tress of a well; Baalath-Beer, a place in PaL :-Baa-

1193. ,flan b23 Ba,al lamar, bah'-al taw-

mawr', from 1167 and 8558; pos-
sessor of (the) palm-tree; Baal-Tamar, a place in
Pal. :— Baal-tamar.

1194. 13,a B e «6n, beh-ohn'; prob. a eontr. of 1010;

' Bean, a place E. o£ the Jordan:— Beon.

1195. N33,3 Ba'aiia.', bah-an-aw' ; the same as

1196; Baana, the name of four Isr.:—
Baana, Baanah.

1196. S1339 Ba'anab, 6aft-an-aw'; from a der.

, ' of 6031 with prep, pref . ; in affliction;—
Baanah, the. name of four Isr. :— Baanah.

1197. ,1?3 ba'ar, baw-ar'; a prim, root; to kin-

dle, i.e. consume (by Are or by eating);
also (as denom. from 1198) to be (.-come) brutish:— be
brutish, bring (put, take) away, burn, (cause to) eat
(up), feed, heat, kindle, set ([on fire]), waste.

1198. ,D,3 ba'ar, bah'-ar; from 1197; prop, food

(as consumed); i.e. (byexten.) of cattle
brutishness; (concr.) stupid.-— brutish (person), fool-

1199. N,, Ba,ara,, bah-ar-aw'; from 1198; brut-

, !T ish: Baara, an Israelitish woman:—


FthS'SL b e «Srab, be-ay-raw'; from 1197; a

burning;— fire.
fiWfcpa Ba«sba,,,,,,,, bah-shaw'; from an unused
T ' root mean, to stink; offensiveness;
Basha, a king of Israel:— Baasha.

1202. FPtoa Ba'asSyah, bah-as-ay-yaw 1 '; from

6213 and 3050 with prep. pref. ; in (the)
work of Jah; Baasejah. an Isr.:— Baaseiah.

1203. FHFIlriya B et esbt e rah, beh-esh-ter-aw' ;

, : from 6251 (as sing, of 6252) with

prep, pref.; with Ashtoreth; Beeshterah, a place E.
of the Jordan:— Beeshterah.

1204. rC3 ba'atto, baw-ath'; a prim, root; to

fear;— affright, be (make) afraid, ter-
rify, trouble.

1205. ttn3,3 b e «atbab, beh-aw-thaw 1 ; from 1204;

T T ! fear:— trouble.
V'a toots, botse; prob. the same as 948; mud

(as whitish clay):— mire.
J,lS3 bltstsab, bits-tsaw 1 ; intens. from

1206; a swamp:— fen, mire (-ry place).
Til£3° foatsdwr, baw-tsore'; from 1219;
' inaccessible, l.e. lofty:— vintage [by
confusion with 1210].

1209. ,'ISa Betsay, bay-tsah'ee; perh. the same
as 1153; Betsai, the name of two Isr.:—


1210. Ttta batslyr, baw-tseer,; from 1219;

clipped, i.e. the grape crop:— vintage.

1211. VS3 to e tsel, beh'-tsel; from an unused root

' ' appar. mean, to peel; an onion:— onion.

1212. ,SbKSl B e tsal'61, bets-al-ale'; prob. from

6738 and 410 with prep. pref. ; in (the)
shadow (i.e. protection) of God; Betsalel; the name of
two Isr.:— Bezaleel.

1213. rYfaeg Batfrtfiwtb, bats-looth'; or
JTPbSSl Batsliytb, bats-leeth'; from the

same as 1211; a peeling; Batsluthor
Satslith; an Isr.:— Bazlifh, Bazluth.

1214. 3,£3 toatsa', baw-tsah'; a prim, root to

break off, j.e. (usually) plunder; fig. to
finish, or (intrans.) stop:— (be) covet (-ous), cut (oft),
finish, fulfill, gain (greedily), get, be given to
[covetousness], greedy, perform, be wounded.

1215. 3,2£3 foetsa', beh'-tsah; from 1214; plunder,

by extens. gain (usually unjust): —
covetousness, (dishonest) gain, lucre, profit.

1216. pita ba,s6q, baw-tsake'; a prim, root;

perh. to swell up, i.e. blister:— swell.

1217. p3£3 batseq. baw-tsake'; from 1216; dough
(as swelling by fermentation):— dough,


1218. HJJSa Botsqath, bots-cath'; from 1216; a
swell of ground; Botscath, a place in

Pal. :— Bozeath, Boskath.

1219. 12£3 batsar, bow-tsar 1 ; a prim, root; to

clip off; spec, (as denom. from 1210) to
gather grapes; also to be isolated (i.e. inaccessible by
height or fortification):— cut off, (de-) fenced, fortify,
(grape) gather (-er), mighty things, restrain, strong,
wall (up), withhold.

1220. ,|2£3 toetser, beh'-tser; from 1219; strictly a

clipping, ie. gold (as dug out):— gold

1221. 13£3 Betser, beh'-tser; the same as 1220.

an inaccessible spot; Betser, a place in
Pal. ; also an Isr.:— Bezer.

1222. 1$a bHsar, bets-ar'; anotherform for 1220;

gold:— gold.

1223. STJSSI botsrab, bots,aw; tern, from 1219;

an enclosure, i.e. sheep-fold: — Bozrah.

1224. !Tj5ta. Botsrab, bots-raw 1 ; the same as

1223; Botsrah, a place in Edom :—

1225. liliia bitstsardwn. bits-tsaw-rone' ;

masc. intens. from 1219; a fortress:—

1226. ITlSa batstsfireth, bats-tso'-reth; tern.

intens. from 1219; restraint (of rain),
I.e. drought: — dearth, drought.

1227. piap3 Baqbtiwq, bak-book'; the same as

1228; Bakbuk, one of the Nethinim:—

1228. pa)?a baqbnk, bak-book'; from 1238; a

bottle (from the gurgling in empty-
ing):— bottle, cruse.

1229. !,Pp3p3. Baqbukyab, bak-book-yaw' ;

from 1228 and 8050; emptying (i.e.
wasting) ofJah; Bakbukjah, an Isr.:— Bakbukiah.

1230. 1)93)55 Baqbaqqar, bak-bak-kar 1 ; redupl.

from 1239; searcher; Bakbakkar, an
Isr. :— Bakbakkar.

1231. ,a Bnqqty, book-kee'; from 1238;

wasteful; Bukki, the name of two Isr.:—

1232. !,!J)?a Bnqqiyab, book-kee-yauf ; from

' 1238 and 3050; wasting of Jah; Buk-
kijah, an Isr.:— Bukkiah.

1233. g,,p3 b e qiya«, bek-ee'-ah; from 1234; a As-

sure:— breach, cleft.
1234 3,pa toaqa', baw-kah'; a prim, root; to

cleave; gen. to rend, break, rip or
open:— make a breach, break forth (into, out, in
pieces, through, up), be ready to burst, cleave (asun-
der), cut out, divide, hatch, rend (asunder), rip up,
tear, win.
1233. i,pa beqa', beh'Jcah; from 1234; a section

(half) of a shekel, i.e. a beka (a weight
and a coin):— bekah, half a shekel.

1236. NJ»pa blq,a, (Chald.), bik-aw,; corresp. to

1237.— plain.

1237. InSpa biq«ah, bik-aw'; from 1234; prop, a

split, i.e. a wide level valley between
mountains:— plain, valley.

1238. pp3 baqaq, baw-kah'; a prim, root; to

pour out, i.e. to empty, fig. to depopu-
late; by anal, to spread out (as a fruitful vine):—
(make) empty (out), fail, X utterly, make void.

1239. 1p3 baqar, baw-kar'; a prim, root; prop.

to plough, or (gen.) break forth, i.e.
(fig.) to inspect, admire, care for, consider:— (make)
inquire (-ry), (make) search, seek out

1240. 1p3 to e qar (Chald.), oeJwir'; corresp. to

1239 :— inquire, make search.

1241. ,IpS baqar, baw-kawr 1 ; from 1239; a beeve

or animal of the ox kind of either gen-
der (as used for ploughing); collect, a herd:— beeve,
. bull (+ -ock), -f calf, +COW, great [cattle], + heifer,
I herd, kine, ox.

1242. ,Ija b6qep, 6o'-fcer; from 1289; prop. dawr.

(as the break of day); gen. morning.-—
(+) day, early, morning, morrow.

1243. tTnpa baqqarah, bak-kauvraw 1 ; intenf.

from 1239; a looking after:— seek out.

1244. ITlpa blqqoreth, bik-ko-reth; from 1239;

prop, examination, i.e. (by impL) pun-
ishment:— scourged.

1245. IZJpa baqasb, baw-kash'; a prim, root; to

search out (by any method, spec, in
worship or prayer); by impl. to strive after:— ask,
beg, beseech, desire, enquire, get, make inquisition,
procure, (make) request, require, seek (for).

1246. FTO]?a baqqashah, bak-kaw-shaw 1 ; from

1245; a petition:— request.

1247. ,,IS bap (Chald.), bar; corresp. to 1181 5 a

son, grandson, etc.: — X old, son.

1248. 15 bar, bar; borrowed (as a title) from

1247; the heir (apparent to the throne):—


1305 (in its
also pure,


,13 bap, bar; from

senses); beloved;
choice, clean, clear, pure.

1250. ,a bar, bawr; or

,la bar, bar; from 1805 (in the sense of win-
nowing): grain of any kind (even while
standing in the field); by extens. the open country:—
corn, wheat.

1251. 13 bap (Chald.), bar; corresp. to 1250; a

field:— field.

1252. ,ilL bdr, bore; from 1305; purit y:— cleanness,


1253. la bdr, bore; the same as 1252; vegetable

lye (from its cleansing); used as a soap
for washing, or a flux for metals:— X never so,

1254. 6W3 bara», baw,raw 1 ; a prim, root; (absol.)

to create; (qualified) to cut down (a
wood), select, feed (as formative processes):— choose,
create (creator), cut down, dispatch, do, make (fat).

1255. flNba IJINTS B'Wdak Bal'adan,

ber-o-dak' bal-ad-avm' ; a
var. of 4757; Berodak-Baladan, a Bab. king:— Bero-

,WJ,P Blr'ty. See 1011.

1256. fPN'ia B,a'yab, ber-aw-yaw 1 ; from 1254

and 3050; Jah has created; Berafah,
an Isr.:— Beraiah.

1257. la'ia bartrar, bar-boor 1 ; by redupl. from

1250; a fowl (as fattened on grain):—


Yia barad, baw-rad'; a prim, root, to
hail: — hail.

1259. T,Q barad, bawrawd'; from 1258; hail:—

hail ([stones]).

1260. T12 Bered, beh'-red; from 1258; hail;

Bered, the name of a place south of
Pal., also of an Isr.:— Bered.

1261. l',ia toarod, baw-rode'; from 1258; spotted

(as if with hail) :— grisled.

1262. !T,ia barab, bawnraw 1 ; a prim, root; to

select; also (as denom. from 1250) to
feed; also (as equiv. to 1305) to render clear (Eccl.
3 : 18): — choose, (cause to) eat, manifest, (give) meat.

1263. TT1™ia. Baruwk, bauyrook'; pass. part, fron

1288; blessed: Baruk, the name of threi.
Isr.:— Baruch.

1264. Biia b e r6wm, ber-ome'; prob. of for. or.-

damask (stuff of variegated thread) :-
rich apparel.

1265. UJila b e r6,,,,,,,,WBb, ber-osh'; of uncert. der. ; a

cypress (?) tree; hence a lance or a
musical instrument (as made of that wood):— fir

1266. rrm b e rowtb, ber-oth'; a var. of 1265; the

' cypress (or some elastic tree) :— fir.

1267. WT| baruwth, bavyrooth'; from 1362;

food:— meat.

1268. Fini'ia Bfirowtbah, bayro-thaw'; or

,'nna BSrothay, bay-ro-thah'ee; prob.
from 1266; cypress or cypresslike;
Berothah or Berothai, a place north of Pal.:— .
Berothah, Berothai.

Beer rath


1269. niT,a, Blrzowtb, beer-zoth'; prob. fem.

plur. from an unused root (appar.
mean, to pierce); holes; Birzoth, an Isr.:-Birzavith
[from the marg,'].

1270. 3J,,3, barzel, bar-zel'; perh. from the root

of 1869; iron (as cutting); by extens.
an iron implement: — (ax) head, iron.

1271. ,bVlS Barzlllay, bar-zil-lah'ee; from 1270;

iron hearted; Barzillai, the name of
three Isr. :— Barzillai.

1272. fl'lS baracb, baw-rakh'; a prim, root; to

bolt, i.e. fig. to flee suddenly:— chase
(away); drive away, fain, flee (away), put to flight,
make haste, reach, run away, shoot.
tlia bariacb. See 1881.

— - T

1273. ,,itl'ia Barchuiniy, bar-lchoo-mee' ; by

transp. for 978; a Barchumite, or
native of Bachurim: — Barhumite.

1274. 1,fB b e riy, ber-ee'; from 1263; fat:— tat.

1275. ,,a Be,iy, bay-ree'; prob. by contr. from

882; Beri, an Isr.:— Beri.

1276. , 1 '15l Beriy, bay-ree'; of uncert. der. ; (only

in the plur. and with the art.) the Ber-
ites, a place in Pal.:— Berites.

1277. ST'ia bariy', bawbee'; from 1254 (in the

sense of 1262); fatted or plump:—
fat ([fleshed], -ter), fed, Arm, plenteous, rank.

1278. rlSPia b e riy,ab, ber-ee-aw'; fem. from

1254; a creation, i.e. a novelty: — new

1279. i,P,T3 biryab, beer-yaw 1 ; fem. from 1262;

food: — meat.

1280. rn,15l b e riyacb, ber-ee'-akh; from 1272; a

bolt: — bar, fugitive.

1281. rp,]S bariyacb, baw-ree'-akh; or (short.)

tt,l!3, bariacb, baw-ree'-akh; from 1272; a
fugitive, i.e. the serpent (as fleeing),
and the constellation by that name:— crooked, noble,

1282. rr'na Bariyacb, baw-ree'-akh; the same

as 1281 ; Bariach, an Isr. : — Bariah.

1283. STp'ia B e riy,ah, ber-ee'-aw; appar. from

the fem. of 7451 with prep, pref . ; in
trouble; Beriah, the name of four Isr. :— Beriah.

1284. ,VP,A B e riy«iy, ber-ee-ee'; patron, from

1283 ; a Beriite (collect.) or desc. of
Beriah :— Beerites.

1285. m,3 b'riytb., ber-eeth': from 1262 (in the

sense of cutting [like 1254]); a com-
pact (because made by passing between pieces of
flesh): — confederacy, [con-]feder[-ate], covenant,

1286. rP,15l B'T-iytb, ber-eeth'; the same as 1285;

Berith, a Shechemitish deity:— Berith.

1287. rfjla boriytb, bo-reeth'; fem. of 1258;

vegetable alkali:— sope.

1288. T35 barak, baw-rak'; a prim, root; to

kneel; by impl. to bless God (as an act
of adoration), and (vice-versa) man (as a benefit);
also (by euphemism) to curse (God or the king, as
treason): — X abundantly, X altogether, X at all,
blaspheme, bless, congratulate, curse, X greatly,
X indeed, kneel (down), praise, salute, X still, thank.

1289. Ifia b e rak (Chald.), ber-ak'; corresp. to

1288:— bless, kneel.

1290. 'TT'na bereb, beh'-rek; from 1288; a knee:—


1291. Tia berek (Chald.), beh'-rek; corresp. to

1290:— knee.

1292. biSp'ia Barak'el, baw-rak-ale' ; from

1288 and 410, God has blessed; Bara-
kel, the father of one of Job's friends:— Barachel.

1293. T'D'IS B e rakah, ber-aw-kaw'; from 1288;

benediction; ,by impl. prosperity:—
blessing, liberal, pool, present.

1294. TOI'S B e rakah, ber-aw-kaw' ; the same

T T : as 1293 ; Berakah, the name of an Isr.,
and also of a valley in Pal. :— Berachah.
1295- TO~f3. b e rekab- ber-uy-kaw 1 ; from 1288; a
reservoir (at which camels kneel as a
resting-place):— (fish-) pool.

1296. rT,S Berekyah, beh-rek-yaw' ; or

1,lJ3'ia Berekyahuw, beh-rek-yaw' -hoo;
from 1290 and 3050; knee (l.e.
blessing) of Jah; Berekjah, the name of six Isr.:—
Berachiah, Bereebiah.

1297. D53 b e ram, (Chald.) ber-am'; perh. from

7813 with prep. pref. ; prop, highly, i.e.
surely; but used adversatively, however:— but, never-
theless, yet.

1298. yia Bcra', beh'-rah; of uncert. der. ; Bera,

a Sodomitish king:--Bera.

1299. p'HS baraq, baw-rak'; a prim, root; to

lighten (lightning): — cast forth.

1300. p'la baraq, baw-rawk'; from 1299; light-

ning; by anal, a gleam; concr. a
Hashing sword: — bright, glitter (-ing, sword),

1301. p,ia Baraq, baw-rawk'; the same as 1300;

Barak, an Isr. : — Barak.

1302. Dip'ia Barqowc, bar-kose'; of uncert.

der. ; Barkos, one of the Nethimim: —

1303. ,jp'ia barqan, bar-kawn'; from 1300; a

thorn (perh. as burning brightly):—

1304. np,ia bareqeth, baw-reh'-keth; or

np,l!3 bar e kath, baw-rek-ath' ; from 1300;
a gem (as flashing), perh. the eme-
rald: — carbuncle.

1305. ,ins barar, baw-rar'; a prim, root; to

clarify (i.e. brighten), examine, select: —
make bright, choice, chosen, cleanse (be clean),
clearly, polished, (shew self) pure (-ify), purge

1306. yiB'ia BLrehat, beer-shah'; prob. from

7562 with prep. pref. ; with wickedness;
Birsha, a king of Gomorrah:— Birsha.

1307. TVia Berotbiy, bay-ro-thee' ; patrial

from 1268; a Berothite, or inhabitant
of Berothai:— Berothite.

1308. TTO3 B e s6wr, bes-ore'; from 1319; cheer-

ful; Besor, a stream of Pal..— Besor.

1309. JTlTOSl b e s6wrab, bes-o-raw 1 ; or (short.)

rTTlDa b e s«$rab, bes-o-raw'; fem. from
1319; glad tidings; by impl. reward
for good news:-re-wa.Td for tidings.

1310. blE3 basbal, baw-shal'; a prim, root;

prop, to boil up; hence to be done in
cooking; fig. to ripen: — bake, boil, bring forth, is ripe,
roast, seethe, sod (be sodden).

1311. b'JJa basbel, Daw-shale 1 ; from 1S10;

boiled: — X at all, sodden.

1312. fiblBa Bishlam, bish-lawm'; of for. der.;

Bishlam, a Pers. :— Bishlam.

1313. Dffla basam, baw-sawm'; from an unused

root mean, to be fragrant; [comp.
5561] the balsam plant:— spice.

1314. DTBa besem, beh'-sem; or

blQ'a bosem, bo'-sem; from the same as
1313; fragrance; by impl. spicery; also
the balsam plant: — smell, spice, sweet (odour).

1315. nntoa Bosmath, bos-math'; fem. of

1314 (the second form); fragrance;
Bosmath, the name of a wife of Esau, and of a daugh-
ter of Solomon:— Bashemath, Basmath.

1316. ]TBa Bashan, baw-shawn'; of uncert. der. ;

Bashan (often with the art.), a region
E. of the Jordan :— Bashan.

1317. SlJttSa boshnah, bosh-naw'; fem. from

954; shamefulness: — shame.

1318. Dlfla bashac, baw-shas 1 ; a prim, root; to

trample down: — tread.

1319. Ittla basar. baw-sar'; a prim, root; prop.

to be fresh, i.e. full (rosy, fig. cheerful);
to announce (glad news):— messenger, preach, pub-
lish, shew forth, (bear, bring, carry, preach, good, tell
good) tidings.

1320. T&J2L basar, baw-sawr 1 ; from 1319; flesh

(from its freshness); by extens. body,
person; also (by euphem.) the pudenda of a man: —
body, [fat, lean] flesh [-ed], kin, [man-] kind, -4- nak-
edness, self, skin.

1321. TOa b e sar (Chald.), bes-ar 1 ; corresp. to

1320:— flesh.
ilTffla b e s6rah. See 1309.

1322. nitja bosheth, bo'-sheth; from 954; shame

(the feeling and the condition, as well
as its cause); by impl. (spec.) an idol:— ashamed, con-
fusion, 4- greatly, (put to) shame (-f ul thing).

1323. na batb, bath; from 1129 (as fem. of 1121);

a daughter (used in the same wide sense
as other terms of relationship, lit. and fig.):— apple
[of the eye], branch, company, daughter, X first,
X old, -4- owl, town, village.

1324. !,ia batb. bath; prob. from the same as 1327;

a bath or Heb. measure (as a means of
division) of liquids:— bath.

1325. na batb (Chald.), bath; corresp. to 1324:—


1326. !,!n3 bathah, baw-thaw'; prob. an orth.

var. for 1327; desolation:— waste.

1327. tina battab, bat-taw'; fem. from an un-

used root (mean, to break in pieces);
desolation:— desolate.

1328. b,ina B'thuw'el, beth-oe-aW; appar.

from the same as 1326 and 410; de-
stroyed of God; Bethuel, the name of a nephew of
Abraham, and of a place in Pal. :— Bethuel. Comp

1329. bina B e thuwl, beth-ool'; for 1328; Be-

thul (i.e. Bethuel), a place in Pal.:—

1330. flbina b e thuwlah, beth-oo-law' ; fem.

pass. part, of an unused root mean,
to separate; a virgin (from her privacy); sometimes
(by continuation) a bride; also (fig.) a city or state:—
maid, virgin.

1331. Q,bina b e thuwliym, beth-oo-leem' ;

masc. plur. of the same as 1330;
(collect, and abstr.) virginity; by impl. and concr. the
tokens of it:— x maid, virginity.

1332. ITna Blthyah, bith-yaw'; from 1323 and

3050; daughter (i.e. worshipper) of
Jah; Bithjah, an Eg. woman:— Bithiah.

1333. pna bathaq, baw-thak'; a prim, root; to

cut in pieces:— thrust through.

1334. ina batbar, baw-thar'; a prim, root, to

chop up:— divide.

1335. ,ina betber, beh'-ther; from 1334; a sec-

tion:— part, piece.

1336. ina Betber, beh'-tlver; the same as 1335;

Bether, a (craggy) place in Pal.:—

1337. CP,© na Batb Rabbfym, bath rab-

beem'; from 1323 and a masc.
plur. from 7227; the daughter (i.e. city) of Babbah: —

1338. yhna Bltbrown, bith-rone'; from 1334;

(with the art.) the craggy spot; Bith-
ron, a place E. of the Jordan:— Bithron.

1339. 3,aT2i - na Bath-Shel,a«, bath-sheh'-bah;

from 1323 and 7651 (in the sense of
7650); daughter of an oath; Bath-Sheba, the mother
of Solomon:— Bath-sheba.

1340. ?1ffl-na Bath-Shuwa«, bath-shoo'-ah;

from 1323 and 7771; daughter of
wealth; Bath-shua, the same as 1339:— Bath-shua.

1341. NS gS», gay'; for 1343; haughty:— proud.

1342. TINS ga'ab, gaw-aw'; a prim, root; to

■mount up; hence in gen. to rise, (fig.)
be majestic:— gloriously, grow up, increase, be risen,

1343. r,K« ge'eh gay-eh'; from 1342; lofty; fig.

arrogant:— proud.

1344. TlNi ge'ah, gay-aw'; fem. from 1342; arro-

gance:— pride.

1345. bsn&Ul G e 'ttw'Sl, gheh-oo-ale'; from 1342

and 410; majesty of God; Geiiel, an
Isr. :— Geuel.




1346. S1183 ga'avfih, gah-av-aw'; from 1342;

arrogance or majesty; by impl. (concr.)
ornament: — excellency, haughtiness, highness, pride,
proudly, swelling.

1347. ,pN3 ga'dwn, gaw-ohn'; from 1842; the

same as 1346: — arrogancy, excellency
(-lent), majesty, pomp, pride, proud, swelling.

1348. rYlKS g6»iiwth, gay-ooth'; from 1342; the

same as 1346:— excellent things, lifting
up, majesty, pride, proudly, raging.

1349. T,gl ga'ayfiwn, gaJi-ah-yone'; from 1342:

haughty: — proud.

1350. 3N3 ga'al, gaw-al'; a prim, root, to redeem

(according to the Oriental law of kin-
ship), I.e. to be the next of kin (and as such to buy
back a relative's property, marry his widow, etc.): —
X in any wise, X at all, avenger, deliver, (do, per-
form the part of near, next) kinsfolk (-man),
purchase, ransom, redeem (-er), revenger.

1351. 5N3 ga'al, gavMxl'; a prim, root, [rather

' ident. with 1350, through the idea of
freeing, i.e. repudiating] ; to soil or (flg.) desecrate:—
defile, pollute, stain.

1352. bN3 go'el, go 1 -el; from 1351; profana-

tion:— defile.

1353. !,iVN3 g'ullah, gheh-ool-law' ; fern. pass.

part, of 1350; redemption (including
the right and the object); by impl. relationship:—
kindred, redeem, redemption, right.

1354. 33 gab, gab; from an unused root mean.

to hollow or curve; the 6acfc(as rounded
[comp. 1460 and 1479]; by anal, the top or rim, a boss,
a vault, arch of eye, bulwarks, etc.:— back, body,
boss, eminent (higher) place, [eye] brows, nave,

ag gab (Chald.), gab; corresp. to 1354:—

33 geb, gabe; from 1461; a log (as cut out);
, also well or cistern (aB dug):— beam, ditch,




1357. 33 gSb, gabe; prob. from 1461 [comp. 1462];

, a locust (from its cutting):— locust.

1358. 33 gdb (Chald.), gobe; from a root corresp.

to 1461; a pit (for wild animals) (as cut
out):— den.

1359. 33 G6b, gobe; or (fully)

313 Gowb, gobe'; from 1461; pit; Odb, a
place in Pal.:— Gob.

1360. S?33 gebe, geh'-beh; from an unused root

mean. prob. to collect; a reservoir; by
anal, a marsh:— marish, pit.

1361. PDJ! gababh, gaw-bah'; a prim, root; to

soar, i.e. be lofty; flg. to be haughty:—
exalt, be haughty, be (make) high (-er), lift up, mount
up, be proud, raise up great height, upward.

1362. EI33, gaw-bawh'; from 1361; lofty

, T (lit. or fig.):— high, proud.

1363. SJ33 gdbabb, go'-bah; from 1361; elation,

grandeur, arrogance:— excellency,

haughty, height, high, loftiness, pride.

1364. JM-, gabdahb, gaw-bo'-ah; or (fully)
!3133 gabSwahh, gaw-bo'-ah; from 1861;

elevated (or elated), powerful, arro-
gant:— haughty, height, high (-er), lofty, proud, X ex-
ceeding proudly.

1365. rWl3| gabbuwth, gab-hooth'; from

1361; pride:— loftiness, lofty.

1366. 3133 g e bAwl, gheb-ool'; or (short.)

?33 g e bnl, gheb-ool'; from 1379; prop, a
,, ' cord (as twisted), i.e. (by impl.) a boun-
dary; by extens. the territory inclosed:— border,
bound, coast, X great, landmark, limit, quarter,

1367. !lbl33 g e buwlab, gheb-oo-law'; or (short.)
Sn333 g e bAlab, gheb-oo-law 1 ; fem. of

1366; a boundary, region:— border,
bound, coast, landmark, place.

1368. 1133 gibbdwr, ghib-bore'; or (short.)
,133 gibbdr, ghib-bore'; intens. from the

same as 1397; powerful; by impl. war-
rior, tyrant:— champion, chief, x excel, giant, man,
mighty (man, one), strong (man), valiant man.

1369. S11133 g e bmrrah, gheb-oc-raw'; fem.

pass. part, from the same as 1368;
force (lit. or fig.); by impl. valor, victory:— -force,
mastery, might, mighty (act, power), power, strength.

1370. J111S3 g'buwrah (Chald.), gheb-oo,aw' ;

corresp. to 1369; power:— might.

1371. 11133 gibbeacb, ghib-bay'-akh; from an un-

used root mean, to be high (in the fore-
head); bald in the forehead :— forehead bald.

1372. nlia3 gabbachatb, gab-bakh'-ath; from

the same as 1371 ; baldness in the fore-
head; by anal, a bare spot on the right side of cloth:—
bald forehead, X without.

1373. ,'as Gabbay, gab-bah'ee; from the same as

1354; collective:— Qabbai, an Isr.:— Gab-

1374. d,SS Gebtym, gay-beem'; plur. of 1356;

cisterns; Gebim, a place in Pal.:—

1375. 3P33 g e biya«, gheb-ee'-ah; from an unused

root (mean, to be convex); a goblet; by
anal, the calyx of a flower:— house, cup, pot.

1376. T33 gobiyr, gheb-eer'; from 1396; a mas-

ter:— lord.

1377. tYTSS g e biyrab, gheb-ee-raw 1 ; fem. of

1376; a mistress:— queen.

1378. llS,S gabiysh, gaw-beesh'; from an un-

used root (prob. mean, to freeze);
crystal (from its resemblance to ice):— pearl.

1379. b33 gabal, gaw-bal'; a prim, root; prop, to

twist as a rope; only (as a denom. from
1366) to bound (as by a line):— be border, set (bounds

1380. ,33 G«bal, gheb-al'; from 1379 (in the

sense of a. chain ot hills); amountain;
Gebal, a place in Phoenicia:— Gebal.

1381. bl3 G e bal, gheb-awl'; the same as 1380;

Gebal, a region in Idumsea:— Gebal.
ribaS g e bulab. See 1367.

r ,■. :

1382. 1333 Gibliy, ghib-lee'; patrial from 1380; a

Gebalite, or inbab. of Gebal:— Giblites,

1383. nb33 gabluth, gab-looth'; from 1379; a

twisted chain or lace:— end.

1384. 'jaa glbben, gib-bane'; from an unused

root mean, to be arched or contracted;
hunch-backed: — crookbackt.

1385. J1233 g e binah, gheb-ee-naw 1 '; fem. from the

same as 1384; curdled milk:— cheese.

1386. p33 galmon. gab-nohn'; from the same as

1384; a hump or peak of hills :— high.

1387. 5,33 Geba', gheh'-bah; from the same as

1375, a hillock; Geba, a place in Pal.:—
Gaba, Geba, Gibeah.

1388. 8233 Gib'a', ghib-aw'; by perm, for 1389;

a hill; Giba, a place in Pal. :— Gibeah.

1389. rW33 glb'ah, ghib-aw'; fem. from the

same as 1387; a hillock: — hill, little hill.

1390. Sll,33 Glb'ab, ghib-aw 1 ; the same as 1389;

Gibah; the name of three places in
Pal.:— Gibeah, the hill.

1391. pJ,33 Gib'own, ghib-ohn'; from the same

as 1387; hilly; Gibon, a place in Pal.:—

1392. bi,33 gtb,61, ghib-ole'; prol. from 1375; the

calyx of a flower:— boiled.

1393. ' 1 ?b'33 Glb'oniy, ghib-o-nee'; patrial from

1391; a Gibonite, or inhab. of Gibon:—

1394. ri3?33 Gib'atb, ghib-ath'; from the same

' as 1375; hilliness; Gibath: — Gibeath.

1395. , , ri5 t 33 Glb'athiy, ghib-aw-thee' ; patrial

, T : ' from 1390; a Gibathite, or inhab. of
Gibath:— Gibeathite.

1396. 133 gabar, gaw-bar 1 ; a prim, root; to be

strong; by impl. to prevail, act inso-
lently:— exceed, confirm, be great, be mighty, prevail,
put to more [strength], strengthen, be stronger, be

1397. 133 geber, gheh'-ber; from 1396; prop, a

valiant man or warrior; gen. a person
simply: — every one, man, X mighty. (









133 Geber, gheh'-ber; the same as 3397;
Geber, the name of two Isr. :— Geber.

133 g,bar, gheb-ar'; from 1396; the same
as 1397; a person:— man.

133 g®bar (Chald.), gheb-ar 1 ; corresp. to
1399: — certain, man.

133 glbbar (Chald.), ghib-bawr'; intens. of
1400; valiant, or warrior: — mighty.

133 Gibbar, ghib-bawr'; intens. of 1399;

Gibbar, an Isr. :— Gibbar.
S1133 g e burab.. See 1369.

bS,i133 Gabriy'el, gab-ree-ale'; from
' : 1397 and 410; man of God; Gabriel,
an archangel: — Gabriel.

1404. rl33 geberetb, gheb-eh',reth; fem. o£

1376; mistress:— lady, mistress.

1405. 111133 Gibb e tb6wn, ghib-beth-one' ; in-

tens. from 1389; a hilly spot; Gib
bethon, a place in Pal.:— Gibbethon.

1406. 33 gag, gawg; prob. by redupl. from 1342; a

roof; by anal, the top of an altar:— root
(of the house), (house) top (of the house).

1407. 13 gad, gad; from 1413 (in the sense ol

cutting); coriander seed (from its fur-
rows): — coriander.

1408. 13 Gad, gad; a var. of 1409; Fortune, a

Bab. deity:— that troop.

13 gad, gawd; from 1464 (in the sense Of

distributing); fortune:— troop.
,7)1 Gad, gawd; from 1464; Gad, a son of
, Jacob, includ. his tribe and its territory;
also a prophet: — Gad.

1411. 1313 g e (Chald.), ghed-aw-bawr 1 ;

corresp. to 1489; a treasurer;— treas-

1412. 511313 Gudgodab, gud-go'-daw; by re-

dupl, from 1413 (in the sense of cut-
ting) cleft; Gudgodah, a place in the Desert:— Gud-

1413. 113 gadad, gaw-dad'; a prim, root [comp.

1464] ; to crowd; also to gash (as if by
pressing into):— assemble (selves by troops), gather
(selves together, self in troops), cut selves.

1414. 113 g e dad (Chald.), ghed-ad'; corresp. to

1413; to cut down:— hew down.
J1113 g,dAdab. See 1417.

T'.. :

1415. (113 gadah, gaw-daw'; from an unused

root (mean, to cut off); a border of a
river (as cut into by the stream):— bank.
M1| Gaddab. See 2693.

1416. 1,113 godawd, ghed-ood'; from 1413; a

crowd (espec. of soldiers);— army, band
(of men), company, troop (of robbers).

1417. 1113 g'duwd, ghed-ood'; or (fem.)

•1113 g e dudab, ghed-oo-daw' ; from 1413;

a furrow (as cut):— furrow.
111113 g e d«wdab, ghed-oo-daw'; fem.
part. pass, of 1413; an incision:—

1419. 3113 gadowl, gaw-dole'; or (short.)

313 gadol, gaw-dole'; from 1431; great (in
any sense); hence older; also insolent:—
+ aloud, elder (-est), + exceeding (-ly), + far, (man of)
great (man, matter, thing, -er, -ness), high, long,
loud, mighty,more, much, noble, proud thing, x sore,
(X) very.

1420. Sibil! g e d«wlab, ghed-oo-law'; or

(short.) «1313 g e dnllab, ghed-ooUauf; or (less
ilbl13 g e duwllab, ghed-ooUlaw'; fem. of
1419; greatness; (concr.) mighty
acts;— dignity, great things (-ness), majesty.

1421. t)113 gldduwph, ghid-doof; or (short.)

f|13 glddupb, ghid-doof; and (fem.)

1ISII3 glddupbab., ghid-doo-favf; or

)1B13 glddnpbab, ghid-doo-fauf; from
1422; vilification:— reproach, reviling,





1432. ITIB115 gduwpiiiih, ghed-oo-faw,; tern.

pass. part, of 1442: a revilement:—

1ft3 G e d6wr. See 1448.

1423. I'JJl g e dty, ghed-ee'; from the same as 141B;

a young goat (from browsing) :— kid.
1424 l,!!, Gadiy, gaw-dee'; from 1409; fortunate;

Gadi, an Isr.: — Gadi

1425. ,H3 Gadiy, gaw-dee 1 ; patron, from 1410; a

Gadite (collect.) or desc. of Gad:— Gadites,
children of Gad.

1426. l,Jl Gaddiy, gad-dee'; intens. for 1434;

Gaddi, an Isr.:— Gaddi.

1427. bS,IS Gaddiy'el, gad-dee-ale'; from 1409

and 410; fortune of God; Gaddiel, an
Isr.:— Gaddiel.

1428. rt;,!?, gldyab, ghid-yaw'; or

WIS, gadyab, gad-yaw'; the same as
1415; a river brink:— bank.

1429. STIS g e diyab, ghed-ee-yaw 1 ; fern, of 1423;

a young female goat:— Wd.

1430. IB 1 ,!)! gadiysb, gaw-deesh'; from an un-

used root (mean, to fteap up) ; a stack of
sheaves; by anal, a tomb:— shock (stack) (of corn),

1431. blS gadal, gaw-dal'; a prim, root; prop.

to twist [comp. 1434], i.e. to be (caus.
make) large (in various senses, as in body, mind, es-
tate or honor, also in pride):— advance, boast, bring
up, exceed, excellent, be (-come, do, give, make, wax),
great (-er, come to . . . estate, -,,,,,,,,- things), grow (up),
increase, lift up, magnify (-iflcal), be much set by,
nourish (up), pass, promote, proudly [spoken], tower.

1432. Vl3 gadel, gaw-dale'; from 1431; targe (lit.

or flg.): — great, grew.

1433. Vl3 godel, go'-del; from 1431; magnitude

(lit. or flg.):— greatness, stout (-ness).

1434. Vl3 g e dll, ghed-eel'; from 1431 (in the sense

: of twisting); thread, i.e. a tassel or fes-
toon:— fringe, wreath.

1435. bia Giddel, ghid-dale'; from 1431; stout;

Giddel, the name of one of the Nethinim,
also of one of , Solomon's servants,: — Giddel.
Via gadol. See 1419.
?lb,JS g e dullab. See 1420.

1436. STblS G e dalyah, ghed-al-yaw' ; or(prol.)

VfVJSI G e dalyal»fiw, ghed-al-yaw' -hoo;
from 1431 and 8050; Jah lias become
great; Gedaljah, the name of Ave Isr.:— Gedaliah.

1437. 'Vjibla Glddaltiy, ghid-dal'-tee; from

: ' 1431 ; I have made great; Giddalti, an

1438. 3H3 gada«, gaw-dah'; a prim, root; to fell

a tree; gen. to destroy anything:— cut
(asunder, in sunder, down, off), hew down.

1439. Tteia Gid«6wn, ghid-ohn'; from 1438;

' , feller (i.e. warrior); Gidon, an Isr.:—
Gideon. •

1440. tfyia Gld«6m, gftid-o7im';from 1438; a eut-

1 ting (Le. desolation); Gidom, a place
in PaL:— Gidom.

1441. ,Wia Gld«6niy, ghid-o-nee'; from 1438;

warlike [comp. 1489]; Gidoni, an
1st.;— Gideon!

1442. EH3 gadapb, gaw-daf; a prim, root; to

hack (with words), Le. revile:— blas-
pheme, reproach.

JPJ3 giddupb, and

MOT| giddupbah. See 1421

1443 T33 gadar, gaw-dar 1 ; a prim, root; to wall
in or around:— close up, fence up,
hedge, Inclose, make up [a wall], mason, repairer,

1444. ,)13 geder, gheh'-der; from 1443; a circwm-


1445. ,fl3 Geder, gheh'-der; the same as 1444;

Geder, a place in Pal.:— Geder.

1446. ,fta G 6 d6r, ghed-ore'; or (fully)

lVi3 G e d«»wr, ghed-ore'; from 1448; inrfo-
: sure; Gedor, a place in PaL; also the
name of three Isr. :— Gedor.

1447. Tiajgade'r, gaw-dare'; from 1448; a cir-

cumvcUlation; byimpl. an inclosure:—
fence, hedge, wall.

1448. SYJ13 g e derala, ghed-ay-raw' ; fem. of

1447; inclosure (espec. for flocks): —
[sheep-] cote (fold) hedge, wall.

1449. STria G e d£rab, ghed-ay-rav,; the same as

1448; (with the art.) Gederah, a place
in PaL:— Gederah, hedges.

1450. rri,na G e d6rdwtb, ghed-ay-rohth'; plur.

of 1448; walls; Geder oth, a place in
Pal.:— Gederoth.

1451. ''',QS G e de,riy, ghed-ay-ree' ; patrial from

1445; a Gederite, or inhab. of Geder:—

1452. ,TlTia G e deratliiy, ghed-ay-raw-thee' ;

patrial from 1449; a Gederathite, or
inhab. of Gederah:— Gederathite.

1453. E'jrrna G e d6r6tliaylm, ghed-ay-ro-thah'-

yim; dual of 1448; double wall; Ge-
derothajim, a place in Pal.: — Gederothaim.

1454. (13 g6b, gay; prob. a clerical error for 2088;

this:— this.

1455. Flrta gahi&Ii, gaw-haw'; a prim, root; to

remove (a bandage from a wound, i.e.
heal it): — cure.

1456. S,I!13 gSbah., gay-haw'; from 1455; acure:—


1457. ',irtj galiar, gaw-har'; a, prim, root; to

prostrate oneself:— cast self down,
stretch self.

1458. ,13 gav, gav; another form for 1460; the

back: — back.

1459. ,13 gav (Cbald.), gav; corresp. to 1460; the

middle:— midst, same, there- (where-) in.

1460. ,13 g&v gave; from 1342 [corresp. to 1354] ;

the back; by anal, the middle: — ,,,,,,,,- among,
back, body.

1461. Sia gftwb, goob; a prim, root; to dig:—


1462. Sia gowb, gobe; from 1461; the locust

(from its grubbing as a larve) :— grass-
hopper, X great.

1463. 313 Gdwg, gohg; of uncert. der.; Gog, the

name of an Isr., also of some northern
nation:— Gog.

1464. ,MS guwd, goode; a prim, root [akin to

1413]; to crowd upon, i.e. attack:— invade,

1465. !lia gfevab, gay,oaw'; fem. of 1460; the

', back, Le. (by extens.) the person:—

1466. !rn3 g&vab, gay-vow 1 ; the same as 1465;

exaltation; (flg.) arrogance:— lifting up,

1467. !Tia gfevab (Cbald.), gay-vaW; corresp. to

T , 1466:— pride.

1468. T13 gftwz, goon; a prim, root [comp. 1494] ;

prop, to shear off; but used only in the
(flg.) sense of passing rapidly:— bring, cut off.

1469. Vfia gdwzal, go-zawl'; or (short.)

3J3 gozal, go-zawl'; from 1497; a nestling
(as being comparatively nude of feath-
ers):— young (pigeon).

1470. Ipa Gdwzan, go-zawn'; prob. from 1468;

a quarry (as a place of cutting stones);
Gozan, a province of Assyria:— Gozan.
147L ,na gdwy, go'ee; rarely (short.)

a g6y, gof-ee; appar. from the same root as
1465 (in the sense of massing) ; a foreign
nation,; hence a Gentile; also (flg.) a troop of ani-
mals, or a flight of locusts:— Gentile, heathen, nation,

1472. njia. gOviy&Ii, ghev-ee-yaw'; proL for

1465; a body, whether alive or dead:—
(dead) body, carcase, corpse.

1473. rfyia gowlali, go-laur; or (short.)

tlba gdlab, go-law 1 ; act. part. fem. of
1540; exile; concr. and colL exiles:—
(carried away), captive C-itaO, removing.

1474 ibia Gftwlan, go-lawn'; from 1478; cap-
tive; Golan, a place east of the Jordan:—

1475. VHia gnwmmats, goonumawts'; of un.

cert, der.; a pit:— pit.

1476. ''SIS Gftwniy, goo-nee'; prob. from 1598;

protected; Guni, the name of two Isr.:—

1477. ,WS Guwniy, goo-nee'; patron, from 1476;

a Gunite (collect, with art. pref .) or desc.
of Guni:— Gunites.

1478. 3,13 gava', gaw-vah'; a prim, root; to

breathe out, Le. (by impl.) expire: — die,
be dead, give up the ghost, perish.

1479. Clia guwpb., goof; a prim, root; prop, to

hollow or arch, Le. (flg.) close; to shut:—

1480. JlBlS guwpbah, goo-faw'; from 1479; a

corpse (as dosed, to sense):— body.

1481. 113 gu,,,,,,,,mr, goor; a prim, root; prop, to

turn aside from the road (for a lodging
or any other purpose), i.e. sojourn (as a guest) ; also
to shrink, fear (as in a strange place) ; also to gather
for hostility (as afraid):— abide, assemble, be afraid,
dwell, fear, gather (together), inhabitant, remain, so-
journ, stand in awe, (be) stranger, X surely.

1482. IIS gftwr, goor; or (short.)

la gar, goor; perh. from 1481; a cub (as
still abiding in the lair), espec. of the
lion:— whelp, young one.

1483. T13 Giiwr, goor; the same as 1482; Our, a

place in Pal.:— Gur.

1484. ',113 gowr, gore; or (fem.)

•,1,3 gdrab, go-raw'; a var. of 1482:—

1485. b?3,Tia Gftwr-Ba'al, goor-bah'-al; from

1481 and 1168; dwelling of Baal;
Gur-Baal, a place in Arabia:— Gur-baaL

1486. V,ri3 gowral, gcwrawl'; or (short.)

Vj3 goral, g&ral'; from an unused root
mean, to 6e rough (as stone); prop, a
pebble, i.e. a !ot (small stones being used for that pur-
pose); flg. a portion or destiny (as if determined by
lot):— lot

1487. BIS guwsh, goosh; or rather (by perm.)

IB,a giysh, gheesh; of uncert. der. ; a mass
of earth:— clod.

1488. T3 gSz, ga2ie; from 1494; a ,eece (as shorn);

also mown grass:— fleece, mowing, mown

1489. 13T.|1 glzbar, ghiz-bawr'; of for. der.-

ireosiirer:— treasurer.

1490. 1373 gizbar (Chald.), ghiz-bawr 1 ; corresp.

to 1489:— treasurer.

1491. rtT3 gazab, gaw-zaw 1 ; a prim, root [akin

to 1468]; to cm, oft, Le. portion out:—

1492. FW3 gazzah, gaz-zaw 1 ; fem. from 1494; a

1493. ,'jrifa Gtz6wniy, ghee-zo-nee'; patrial from

the unused name of a place appar. in
Pal. ; a Gizonite or inhab. of Gizoh: — Gizonite.

1494. TT3. gazaz, gaw-zaz'; a prim, root [akin to

1468]; tocui off; spec, to shear a flock,
or shave the hair; flg. to destroy an enemy:— cut off
(down), poU, shave, ([sheep-]) shear (-er).

1495. ITS Gaz£z gaw-zaze'; from 1494; shearer;

Gazez, the name of two Isr.:— Gazez.

1496. IVT3 gaziytb, gaw-zeeth'; from 1491;

something cut, Le. dressed stone:—
hewed, hewn stone, wrought

1497. bl.S gazal, gaw-zal'; a prim, root; to pluck

off; spec, to flay, strip or ro6:— catch,
consume, exercise [robbery], pluck (off), rob, spoil,
take away (by force, violence), tear.

1498. b.TS gazel, gaw-zale'; from 1497; robbery, or

(concr.) plunder:— robbery, thing taken
away by violence.

1499. Vta gSzel, ghe'-zel; from 1497; plunder, Le

■piolemce:— violence, violent perverting'.
b?3 gozal. See 1469.

1500. SibTS g e z£lali, ghez-ay-law' ; tern, of 1498

and mean, the same:— that (he had
robbed) [which he took violently away], spoil, vio-

1501. DT3 gazam, gaw-zawm'; from an unused

root mean, to devour; a kind of locust:—

1502. &TJ Gaizam, gaz-zawm'; from the same as

1501 ; devourer:— Qazzam, one of the Ne-
thinim : — Gazzam.

1503. 3,T3 geza«, geh'-zah; from an unused root

mean, to cut down (trees); the trunk or
stump of a tree (as felled or as planted):— stem, stock.

1504. ,W gazar, g.iw-zar'; a prim, root; to cut

down or off; (fig.) to destroy, divide, ex
elude or decide: — cut down (off), decree, divide,

1505. ITS g e zar (Chald.), ghez-ar'; corresp. to

1504; to quarry; determine: — cut out,




1506. ,ITS gezer, gheh'-zer; from 1504; something

cut off; a portion: — part, piece.

1507. ,ItS Gezer, gheh'-zer; the same as 1506;

Gezer, a place in Pal. :— Gazer, Gezer.

1508. STJTS gizrah, ghiz-raw'; fern, of 1506; the

figure or person (as if cut out); also an
inclosure (as separated):— polishing, separate place.

1509. FlTTS g,zerall, ghez-ay-raw' ; from 1504; a

: desert (as separated):— not inhabited.

1510. STlTS gez$r&h.iChald.), ghez-ay-raw'; from

1505 (as 1504); a decree:— decree.

1511. ,',ITS Glzriy (in the marg.), ghiz-ree'; pa-

trial from 1507; a Oezerite (collect.) or

inhab. of Gezer; but better (as in the text) by transp.

,iT,l3° Glrziy, gher-zee'; patrial of 1630; a

! Girzite (collect.) or member of a native

tribe in Pal.:— Gezrites.

lin.J Gididwn. See 1531.

1512. liftS gacliowii, gaw-khone'; prob. from

1518; the external abdomen, belly (as
the source of the foetus [comp. 1521]):— belly.
■nflS GScliaziy. See 1523.
VnS gachol. See 1513.

1513. btlS gecliel, geh'-khel; or (fem.)

ln?nS gacheletli, gah-kheh'-leth; from an
unused root mean, to glow or kindle;
an ember:— (burning) coal.

1514. OTIS Gaebajn, gah'-kham; from an unused

root mean, to burn; flame; Gacham, a
son of Nahor:— Gaham.

1515. ID! Gachar, gah'-khar; from an unused

root mean, to hide; lurker; Gachar, one
of the Nethinim:— Gahar.
,3 goy. See 1471.

1516. SOS guy,, gah'ee; or (short.)

,3 gay, gah'ee; prob. (by transm.) from the
same root as 1466 (abbrev.) ; a gorge (from
its lofty sides; hence narrow, but not a gully or win-
ter-torrent): — valley.

1517. ,PS giyd, gheed; prob. from 1464; a thong

(as compressing') ; by anal, a tendon: —

1518. ITS giyacli, ghee'-akh; or (short.)

T13 goach. go'-akh; a prim, root; to gush
forth (as water), gen. to issue:— break
forth, labor to bring forth, come forth, draw up, take

1519. ITS giyacli (Chald.), ghee'-akh; or (short.)
till giiwach (Chald.), goo'-akh; corresp.

to 1548; to rush forth:— strive.

1520. IPS Giyacli, ghee'-akh; from 1518; a foun-

tain; Giach, a place in Pal. :— Giah.

1521. YlFPS Giychdwn, ghee-khone'; or (short.)

'liflS Gichown, ghee-khone'; from 1518;
stream; Gichon, a river of Paradise;
also a valley (or pool) near Jerusalem:— Gihon.

1522. ,'tn,S G,ychaziy, gay-khah-zee'; or

,'TfJS GSchaziy, gay-khah-zee 1 ; appar-
from 1516 and 2372; valley of a vision-
ary: Gechazi, the servant of Elisha:— Gehazi.

Vs giyl, gheel; or (by perm.)

313° gawl, goal; a prim, root; prop, to
spin round (under the influence of any
violent emotion), i.e. usually rejoice, or (as cringing)
fear:— he glad, joy, be joyful, rejoice.

1524. b,,,,,,,,,3 giyl, gheel; from 1523; a revolution (of

time, i.e. an age) ; also joy: — X exceed-
ingly, gladness, X greatly, joy, rejoice (-ing), sort.

1525. tlb 1 3 giylah, ghee-law'; or

nb, 1 - 5 ! giylatb, ghee-lath'; fem. of 1534;

joy:— joy, rejoicing.
|TJ5,,,,,,,,1 Giyloh. See 1543.

1526. ,'fb'Vl Giyldniy, ghee-lo-nee' ; patrial from

1543; a Gilonite or inhab. of Giloh:—

1527. ni,S Giynath, ghee-nath'; of uncert. der.;

Ginath, an Isr. :— Ginath.

1528. Trl giyr (Chald.), gheer; corresp. to 1615;

lime:— plaster.
T3 geyr. See 1616.

1529. ,]TZi' 1 3 Geyshan, gay-shawn'; from the

same as 1487; lumpish; Geshan, an
Isr.:— Geshan.

1530. bs gal, gal; from 1556; something rolled, i.e.

a heap of stone or dung (plur. ruins) ; by
anal, a spring of water (plur. waves):— billow, heap,
spring, wave.

1531. 33 g&l, gole; from 1556; a cup for oil (as

round):— bowl.
Nbs g e Ia». See 1541.

1532. ib3 gallafo, gaZ-taiio'; from an unused root

mean, to shave; a barber:— barber.

1533. ?3b3 Gilboa', ghil-bo'-ah; from 1530 and

1158; fountain of ebullition; Gilboa,
a mountain of Pal. :— Gilboa.

1534. 3333 galgal, gal-gal'; by redupl. from 1556;

a wheel; by anal, a whirlwind; also
dust (as whirled):— heaven, rolling thing, wheel.

1535. 3333 galgal (Chald.), gal-gal'; corresp. to

1534; awheel: — wheel.

1536. 33b3 gllgal, ghil-gawV; a var. of 1534:-


1537. 33bs Gllgal, ghil-gawl' ; the same as 1536

(with the art. as a prop, noun) ; Gilgal.
the name of three places in Pal.:— Gilgal. See also

1538. nbilbs gulgoleth, gul-go'-leth; by redupl.

from 1556 ; a skull (as round) ; by impl.
a head (in enumeration of persons): — head, every
man, poll, skull.

1539. lbs geled, ghe'-led; from an unused root

prob. mean, to polish; the (human) skin
(as smooth):— skin.

1540. Jibs galah, gaw-laiv'; a prim, root; to de-

nude (espec. in a disgraceful sense);
by impl. to exile (captives being usually stripped):
fig. to reveal: — [-advertise, appear, bewray, bring,
(carry, lead, go) captive (into captivity), depart, dis-
close, discover, exile, be gone, open, x plainly, pub-
lish, remove, reveal, X shamelessly, shew, X surely,
tell, uncover.

1541. ribs gHah (Chald.), ghel-aw'; or

JOS g e la' (Chald.), ghel-aw,, corresp. to

1540:— bring over, carry away, reveal.
rtb T 3 golah. See 1473.

1542. FT33 Giloh, ghee-lo'; or (fully)

•T3' , 3 Giyloli, ghee-lo'; from 1540; open;
Giloh, a place in Pal. :— Giloh.

1543. Mb3 gnllah, gool-law'; fem. from 1556; a

fountain, bowl or globe (all as round):—
bowl, pommel, spring.

1544. 3lb3 gilluwl, ghil-lool'; or (short.)

bb3 glllul, ghil-lool'; from 1B56; prop, a
log (as round); by impl. an idol:— idol.

1545. &ib3 geiowm, 0fteZ-omeV from 1563; cloth-

ing (as wrapped) :— clothes.

1546. Tibs galiiwth, gaw-looth'; fem. from

1540; captivity; concr. exiles (col-,
lect):— {they that are carried away) captives (-ity.)

1547. nibs galuwth (Chald.), gaw-looth'; cor-

resp. to 1546:— captivity.

1548. tI3S galacta, gaw-lakh'; a prim, root; prop.

to be bald, i.e. (caus.) to shave; fig. to lay
waste:— poll, shave (off).

1549. ,p,S gillaydwn, ghil-law-yone' '; or

y?% gllyown, ghil-yone'; from 1540; a
tablet for writing (as bare) ; by anal, a
mirror (as s. plate):— glass, roll.

1550. b,bs galiyl, gaw-leel'; from 1556; a valve

of a folding door (as turning); also a
ring (as round) :— folding, ring.

1551. b,bs Galiyl, gaw-leel'; or (prol.)

j-ib,bj Galiylah, gaw-lee-law 1 '; the same
as 1550; a circle (with the art.); Galil
(as a special circuit) in the North of Pal. :— Galilee.

1552. rfrbs g e liylah, ghel-ee-law'; fem. of

1550; a circuit or region:— border,
coast, couutl-y.

1553. niVb3 G,,liyl6wth, ghel-ee-lowth'; plur.

of 1552; circles; Geliloth, a place in

1554. Q-'TS Galliym, gal-leem'; plur. of 1530;

springs; Gallim, a place in Pal. :— Gal-

1555. rvjbs Golyatb, gol-yath,; perh. from 1540;

exile; Goljath, a Philistine:— Goliath.

1556. 533 galal, gaw-lal'; a prim, root; to roll ,

(lit. or flg.):— commit, remove, roll
(away, down, together), run down, seek occasion,
trust, wallow,

1557. bbs galal, gaw-lawl'; from 1556; dung (as

in balls):— dung.

1558. bb3 galal, gaw-lawl'; from 1556; a circum-

stance (as rolled around) ; only used adv.,
on account of :— because of, for (sake).

1559. bbs Galal, gaw-lawl'; from 1556, in the

sense of 1560; great; Galal, the name of
two Isr.:— Galal.

1560. bbs g e lal (Chald.), ghel-awl'; from a root

corresp. to 1556; weight or size (as if
rolled):— great.

1561. bbs gelel, gay'-lel; a var. of 1557; dung

(plur. balls of dung):— dung.

1562. ,'bbs Gilalay, ghe-lal-ah'ee; from 1561;

dungy; Gilalai, an Isr.:— Gilalai.

1563. D33 galam, gaw-lam'; a prim, root; to

fold:— wrap together.

1564. 033 golem, go'-lem; from 1563; a wrapped

(and unformed mass, i.e. as the em-
bryo):— substance yet being unperfect.

1565. ,linbs galmuwd, gal-mood'; prob. by

prol. from 1563; sterile (as wrapped
up too hard); flg. desolate:— desolate, solitary.

1566. 3,5S gala', gaw-lah'; a prim, root; to be

obstinate:— (inter-) meddle (with).

1567. ,J5,b3 Gal'Gd, gal-ade'; from 1530 and 5707;

heap of testimony; Galed, a memorial
cairn E. of the Jordan:— Galeed.

1568. ,Wbs Gll'ad, ghil-awd'; prob. from 1567;

Gilad, a region E. of the Jordan; also
the name of three Isr. :— Gilead, Gileadite.

1569. ,H3,bs Gll'adiy, ghil-aw-dee' ; patron, from

1568; a Giladite or desc. of Gilad:—

1570. tubs galash, gaw-lash'; aprim. root; prob.

to caper (as a goat):— appear.

1571. OS gam, gam; by contr. from an unused

root mean, to gather; prop, assemblage;
used only adv. also, even, yea, though; often repeated
as correl. both . . . and:— again, alike, also, (so much)
as (soon), both (so) . . . and, but, either . . . or, even,
for all, (in) likewise (manner), moreover, nay . . .
neither, one, then (-refore), though, what, with, yea.

1572. NWS gama», gaw-maw 1 ; a prim, root (lit.

or flg.) to ct&soro.-— swallow, drink.

1573. N73.3 gome', go'-meh; from 1573; prop, an

absorbent, i.e. the bulrush (from its
porosity); spec, the papyrus:— (bul-) rush.

1574. 1533 gomed, go'-med; from an unused root

appar. mean, to grasp; prop, a span:—



1575. ,fl3| gammad, gam-mawd'; from the same

as 1574; a warrior (as grasping weap-
ons): — Qammadims.

1576. bTO3 g e mftwl,p,iem-ool'; from 1580; treat-

ment, i.e. an act (of good or ill); by
imp!, service or regttitaJ; — (-as bast served, benefit,
desert, deserving, that which he bath given, recom-
pence, reward.

1577. 71133 gamuwl, gaw-mool'; pass. part, of

1580; rewarded; Gamut, an Isr.:— Ga-
mul. See also 1014.

1578. (,131733 g e muwlah, ghem-oo-law' ; tern, of

1576; mean, the same:— deed, reeom-
pence, such a reward.

1579. 1T323 Gimzow, ghim-zo 1 ; of uncert. der.;

Gimzo, a place in Pal.:— Gimzo.

1580. b,23 gamal, gaio-maV; a prim, root; to

treat a person (well or ill), i.e. benefit or
requite; by impl. (of toil) to ripen, i.e. (spec.) to
wean: — bestow on, deal bountifully, do (good), recom-
pense, requite, reward, ripen, + serve, wean, yield.

1581. b)33 gamal, gaw-mawl'; appar. from 1580

(in the sense of labor or burden-bear-
ing): a camel:— camel.

1582. ■'Visa G B mallly, ghem-al-lee'; prob. from

1581 ; camel-driver; Gemalli, an Isr.:—

1583. Virtual CamUy,I, gam-lee-ale'; from 1580

and 410; reward of God; Gamliel, an
Tsr.:— Gamaliel.

1584. 1M| gamar, gaw-mar'; a prim, root; to

end (in the sense of completion or fail-
are):— cease, come to an end, fail, perfect, perform.
1685. 1333 g e mar (Chald.), ghem-ar'; corresp. to

1584:— perfect.

1586. 1B3 Gomer, go'-mer; from 1584; comple-

tion; Gomer, the name of a son of Ja-
pheth and of his desc. ; also of a Hebrewess: — Gomer.

1587. 71J1123 G e marya.b, ghem-ar-yaw 1 ; or

UTJTS? G e maryabuw, ghem-ar,yaw'-
hoo; from 1584 and S050; Jah has
perfected; Gemarjah, the name of two Isr.:— Gem-

1588. 'jl gan, gan; from 1598; a garden (as

fenced) :— garden.

1589. 333 ganab, gauvnab'; a prim, root; to

thieve (lit. or fig.); by impl. to deceive:—
carry away, x indeed, secretly bring, steal (away),
get by stealth.

1590. 333 gannab, gauniab'; from 1589; a

stealer: — thief.

1591. 71333 g e nebah, ghen-ay-bau,; from 1589;

stealing, i.e. (concr.) something
stolen.'— theft.

1592. fl333 G e nubath, ghen-oo-bath'; from

1589; theft; Genubath, an Edomitish
prince:— Gemibath.

1593. 7133 gannab, gan-naw'; fern, of 1588; a

garden:— garden.

1594. 7133, ghin-naw 1 ; another form for

1593:— garden.

1595. T33 genez, gheh'-nez; from an unused root

mean, to store; treasure; by impl. a
coffer:— chest, treasury.

1596. tj3 g«naz (Chald.), gken-az'; corresp. to
1595; treasure: — treasure.

glnzab, ghin-zak'; prol. from 1595;

a treasury:— treasury.
,JM ganan, gaw-nan'; a prim, root; to
hedge about, i.e. (gen.) protect:— defend.
111133 GlnnHbown, ghin-neth-one; or

17133 Glnn e tb6w, ghin-neth-o'; from
1598; gardener; Ginnethon or Ginnetho,
an Isr.: — Ginnetho, Ginnethon.

1600. 713,3 ga'ah, gaw-aw,; a prim, root; to

bellow (as cattle):— low.

1601. 7123 Go'ah, oo-ato'; fern. act. part, of

1600; lowing; Qoah, a place near
JeruB.:— Goath.

1602. b?3 ga'al, gaw-al'; a prim, root; to detest;

■ by UnpL to reject:— abhor, fail, lothe,
vllaly oast away.

1603. b?3 Ga'ai, gaft'-al; from 1602; loathing;


Ga'al, gah'-al; from 1602;
Goal, an Isr.:— SaaL

1604. b?3 ga'al. go'-al; from 1602; abhorrence:—


1605. 1?3 ga'ar, gaw-ar'; a prim, root; to

chide:— corrupt, rebuke, reprove.

1606. 7113J3 gO'arah, gheh-aw-raw ; from 1605;

a chiding;— rebuke (-ing), reproof.

1607. 1233,3 ga'asb, gaw-ash'; a prim, root to

agitate violently:— move, shake, toss,

1608. ©5,3 Ga?asb, oa'-osft; from 1607; a s«afc-

ing; Gaash, a hill in Pal. :— Gaash.

1609. SnM Ca'lam, gah-tawm'; of uncert. der.;

Gatam, an Edomite: — Gatam.

1610. t]3 gapb, gaf; from an unused root mean.

to arch; the back; by extens. the body or
self: — (- highest places, himself.

1611. £13 gapb (Chald.), gaf; corresp. to 1610: —

a wing:— wing.

1612. ,1S3 gepben, gheh'-fen; from an unused root

mean, to bend; a vine (as twining),
esp. the grape:— vine, tree.

1613. 1S3 gdpber, go'-fer; from an unused root,

prob. mean, to house in; a kind of tree
or wood (as used for building), appar. the cypress:—

1614. 2,P1B3 gophriytb, gof-reeth'; prob. fem.

of 1613; prop, cypress-resin; by anal.
sulphur (as equally inflammable): — brimstone.

1615. 13 gir, gfteer; pern, from 3564; lime (from

being burned in a kiln: —chalk [-stone].

1616. 13 g6r, gare; or (fully)

T , 3. g,y,! gare; from 1481; prop, a guest;
by Impl. a foreigner:— alien, sojourner,

13 BUT. See 1482.



813 Gfera', gay-raw'; perh. from 1628; i
grain; Gera, the name of six Isr.:-

313 garab, gaw-rawV; from an unused root
mean, to scratch; scurf (from itching):—
scab, scurvy.

1619. 313 Gareb, gaw-rabe'; from the same as

1618; scabby; ffareb, the name of anlsr.,
also of a hill near Jerus.:— Gareb.

1620. 1313 gargar, gar-gar'; by redupl. from

1641; a berry (as if a pellet of rumina-
tion):— berry.

1621. 7111313 garg e r6,,,,,,,,rtb, gar-gher-owth'; fem.

plur. from 1641 ; the throat (as used
in rumination): — neck.

1622. ,'123313 Glrgasbiy, ghir-gaw-shee'; patrial

from an unused name [of uncert.
der.]; a Girgashite, one of the native tribes of Can-
aan:— Girgashite, Girgasite.

1623. IIS garad, gaw-rad'; a prim, root; to

abrade:— scrape.

1624. !,I13 garab, gate-rate'; a prim, root; prop.

to grate, i.e. (flg.) to anger: — contend,
meddle, stir up, strive.

1625. 7113 gerab, gay-raw 1 ; from 1641; the cud

(as scraping the throat):— cud.

1626. H13 ggrab, gay-raw'; from 1641 (as in

1625); prop, (like 1620) a kernel (round
as if scraped), i.e. a gerah or small weight (and
coin):— gerah.

7113 gdrab. See 1484.

1627. 1113 garown, gauwone'; or (short.)

,,13 gar&n, gaw-rone'; from 1641; the
throat [comp. 1621] (as roughened by
swallowing):— X aloud, mouth, neck, throat.

1628. 11113 jreriiwtb gay-rooth'; from 1481; a

(temporary) residence:— habitation.

1629. tl3 garaz, gaw,raz'; a prim, root; to cut

off :— cut off.

1630. D,tla G,riz4ym, gher-ee-zeem'; plur. of

an unused noun from 1629 [comp.
1511], cut up d.e. rocky); Gerisim, a mountain of
PaL:— Gerizim,

1631. 1J13 garaen, garden 1 ; from 1889; an

axe;— ax.

1632. Vl3, gardl, gaw-role'; from the same as

1486; harsh:— man of great [as in the
marg. which reads 1419].

bl3 gdral. See 1486.

1633. 013 garam, gaw-ram'; a prim, root; to be

spare or skeleton-like; used only as a
denom. from 1634; (caus.) to bone, i.e. denude (by
extens. craunch) the bones:— gnaw the bones, break.

1634. 013 gerem, gheh'-rem; from 1633; a bone

(as the skeleton of the body) ; hence self,
i.e. (flg.) very:— bone, strong, top.

16S5. 013 gerem (Chald.), gheh'-rem; corresp. to
1634; a bone:— bone.

1636. ,'Mia Garmiy, gar-mee'; from 1684; bony,

i.e. strong:— Garmite.

1637. ,13 goren, go'-ren; from an unused root

mean, to smooth; a threshing-,oor (as
made ewen) ; by anal, any open area: — (barn, corn,
threshing-) floor, (threshing-, void) place.
,J13 garon. See 1627.

1638. 013 garac, gaw-ras'; a prim, root; to

crush; also (intrans. and flg.) to dis-
solve:— break.

1639. 3,13 gars', gaw-rah'; a prim, root; to

scrape off; by impl. to shave, remove,
lessen or withhold:— abate, clip, (di-) minish, do (take)
away, keep back, restrain, make small, withdraw.

1640. C|13 garapb, gaw-raf; a prim, root; to

bear off violently:— sweep away.

1641. 113 garar, gaw-rar'; a prim, root; to drag

off roughly; by impl. to bring up the
cud (i.e. ruminate) ; by anal, to saw:— catch, chew,
X continuing, destroy, saw.

1642. 113 G e rar, gher-awr'; prob. from 1641; a

rolling country; Gerar, a Philistine
city:— Gerar.

1643. 12313 geres, gheh'-res; from an unused root

mean, to husk; a kernel (collect.), i.e.
grain:— beaten corn.

1644. 11)13 garasb, gaw-rash'; a prim, root; to

drive out from a possession; espec. to
expatriate or divorce:— cast up (out), divorced
(woman), drive away (forth, out), expel, X surely
put away, trouble, thrust out.

1645. 11313 geresb, gheh'-resh; from 1644; pro-

duce (as if expelled):— put forth.

1646. 7112313 g e rnsbab, gher-oo-shaw' ; fem. pass.

part, of 1644; (abstr.) dispossession:—

1647. 012313 Ger,bdm, gay-resh-ome'; for 1648;

Gereshom, the name of four Isr.:—

1648. 1112313 Ger,sbown, gay-resh-one' '; or

0112313 Ger e sbowm, gay-resh-ome'; from
1644; a refugee; Gereshon or Gere-
shom, an 1st.:— Gershon, Gershom.

1649. , I 3U5,13 Ger,sbnnniy, gay-resh-oon-nee';

patron, from 1648; a Geree,ionite or
desc. of Gereshon:— Gershonite, sons of Gershon.

1650. 111133 G e sbftwr, ghesh-oor'; from an un»

1 used root (mean, to join); bridge;
Geshur, a district of Syria:— Geshur, Geahurite.

1651. ,'111233 G e sbawriy, ghe-shoo-ree 1 ; patrial

from 1650; a Geshurite (also collect.)
or inhab. of Geshur:— Geshuri, GeBhurites.

1652. D1133 gasbam, gaw-sham'; a prim, root; to

shower violently:— (cause to) rain.

1653. 01233 gesbem, gheh'-shem; from 1652; a

shower: — rain, shower.

1654. 01233 Gesbem, gheh'-shem; or (proL)

v v

1321233 Oashmiiw gash-moo'; the same &s
1653; Geshem or Gashmu, an Arabian:—
Gesbem, Gashmu.

1655. 01233 gesbem (Chald.), gheh'-shem; appar.

the same as 1653; used in a peculiar
sense, the body (prob. for the [flg.] Idea, of a bard.
rain):— body.




1656. BU53 gdsbem, go'shem; from 1662; equlv.

to 1653:— rained upon.
TOttta Gaabmnw. See 1654.

1657. ,,,,,,,,,Vilk Goshen, go'-shen; prob. of Eg. or. ; Go-

shen, the residence of the Isr. in Egypt;
also a place in Pal:— Goshen.

1658. NB1I53 Glshpa', ghish-paw'; of uncert. der. ;

Qishpa, an Isr. :— Gispa.

1659. ttjttja gashash, gaw-shash'; a prim, root;

appar. to feel about:— grope.

1660. na gatli, ga«i; prob. from 5059 (in the sense

of treading out grapes); a wine-press (or
vat for holding the grapes in pressing them):—
(wine-) press (fat).

1661. rig Gath, gath; the same as 1660; Oath, a

Philistine city:— Gath.

1662. iBIin-na Gath-ha-Chepher, gath-hah-

khay'-fer; or (abridged)
,lBn-!,in3 Glttah-Chepher, ghit-taw-
khay'-fer; from 1660 and 3658 with
the art. ins. ; winepress of (the) well; Gath-Chepher,
a place in Pal.:— Gath-kephr, Gittah-kephr.

1663. ,WS Gittiy, ghit-tee'; patrial from 1661; a

Gittite or inhab. of Gath:— Gittite.

1664. ti?Fl3 Glttaylm, ghit-tah'-yim; dual of

1660; double wine-press; Gittajim, a
place in Pal.:— Gittaim.

1665. rPFlS Glttiyth, ghit-teeth'; tern, of 1663; a

Gittite harp:— Gittith.

1666. 1213 Gether, gheh'-ther; of uncert. der.;

Gether, a son of Aram, and the region
settled by him: — Gether.

1667. 'pWrna Gath-RImmdwn, gath-rim-

monef; from 1660 and 7416; wine-
press of (the) pomegranate; Gath-Bimmon, a place in
Pal. :— Gath-rimmon.

1668. Sn da' (Chald.), daw; corresp. to 2088;

this; — one . . . another, this.

1669. SN1 da'ab, daw-ab'; a prim, root; to

pine: — mourn, sorrow (-ful).

1670. FDSfJ d e 'abah, deh-aw-baW; from 1669;

prop, pining; by anal, fear:— sorrow.

1671. ,pSSW d e 's£.b6wn, deh-aw-bone' ; from

1669; pining:— sorrow.
1673. SS&I da'ag, daw-ag 1 ; a prim, root; be anx-
ious:— be afraid (careful, sorry), sorrow,
take thought.

1673. S6H »6'Sg, do-aro'; or (fully)

Stftl IWiWeg, do-ayg'; act. part, of 1672;
anxious; Doeg, an Edomite: — Doeg.

1674. FiaS? 5 ! d e 'agah, deh-aw-gaw' ; from 1678;

anxiety: — care (-fulness), fear, heavi-
ness, sorrow.

1675. SlOT da'ab, daw-aw 1 ; a prim, root; to dart,

1 Le. fly rapidly:— fly.

1676. FISH da'ab, daw-aw'; from 1675; the kite

(from its rapid,igAt): — vulture. See 7201.

1677. ai dob, do6e; or (fully)

,Tn d6wb, dobe; from 1680; the bear (as
slow):— bear.

1678. SM do, (Chald.), dobe; corresp. to 1677:—


1679. SS,7 dobe', do'-beh; from an unused root

(comp. 1680) (prob. mean, to be sluggish,
I.e. restful); quiet:— strength.

1680. 331 dabab, daw-bab'; a prim, root (comp,

1679) ; to move slowly, i.e. glide; — cause
to speak.

1681. iT&l dlbbah. dtb-baw 1 ; from 1680 (in the

sense of furtive motion); slander:— de-
faming, evil report, infamy, slander.

1682. n,lia, d e bowrah, deb-o-raw 1 ; or (short.)

T !

JTlhl d e bdrah, deb-o-raw'; from 1696 (in
the sense of orderly motion); the bee
(from Its systematic instincts):— bee.

1683. {,HiS 1 ! D e b6irrah, deb-o-raw 1 ; or (short.)

Wjh, D e b6rah, deb-oraw'; the same as
1682; Deborah, the name of two Be-
brewesses:— Deborah.

1684. na? d e bacb (Chald.), deb-akh'; corresp. to

' 2076; to sacrifice (an animal): — offer

1685. TVy? d e bacb (Chald.), deb-akh'; from 1684;

a sacrifice:— sacrifice.

1686. TTSfl dtby6wn, dib-yone'; in the marg.

for the textual reading
■p,tT cherydwn, kher-yone'; both (in the
plur. only and) of uncert. der. ; prob.
some cheap vegetable, perh. a bulbous root:— dove'B

1687. ,VW d e biyr, deb-eer 1 ; or (short.)

■,D,! d e bir, deb-eer 1 ; from 1696 (appar. m
the sense of oracle) ; the shrine or inner-
most part of the sanctuary: — oracle.

1688. TW D e biyr, deb-eer 1 ; or (short.)

,Crt » e bir (Josh. 13 : 26 [but see 3810]), deb-
eer,; the same as 1687; Debir, the name
of an Amoritish king and of two places in Pal.: —

1689. TOil Dl blah, dib-law'; prob. an orth. err.

for 7247; Diblah, a place in Syria:—

1690. iTbs'l d e belab, deb-ay-law'; from an un-

used root (akin to 2082) prob. mean, to
press together; a cake of pressed figs: — cake (lump)
of figs.

1691. lafert Dlblaylm, dib-lah'-yim; dual from

the masc. of 1690; two cakes; Diblajim,
a symbol, name:— Diblaim.

tTnb3 ,: ] Dlblathaylm. See 1015.

1692. j?31 dabaq, daw-bak'; a prim, root; prop.

to impinge, i.e. cling or adhere; fig. to
catch by pursuit: — abide fast, cleave (fast together),
follow close (hard after), be joined (together), keep
(fast), overtake, pursue hard, stick, take.

1693. pST d e baq. (Chald.), deb-ak'; corresp. to

1692; to stick to: — cleave.

1694. p95 debeq, deh'-bek; from 1692; a joint; by

impl. solder: — joint, solder.

1695. pSI dabeq, daw-bake'; from 1692; adher-

ing:— cleave, joining, stick closer.

1696. ,0.1 dabar, daw-bar 1 ; a prim, root; perh.

prop, to arrange; but used fig. (of
words) to speak; rarely (in a destructive sense) to
subdue: — answer, appoint, bid, command, commune,
declare, destroy, give, name, promise, pronounce,
rehearse, say, speak, be spokesman, subdue, talk,
teach, tell, think, use [entreaties], utter, X well,
X work.

1697. ,fil dabar, daw-bawr'; from 1696; a word;

by impl. a matter (as spoken of) or thing;
adv. a cause.- — act, advice, affair, answer, x any
such (thing), + because of, book, business, care, case,
cause, certain rate, + chronicles, commandment,
X commune (-ication), + concern [ing], + confer,
counsel, + dearth, decree, deed, X disease, due, duty,
effect, + eloquent, errand, [evil favoured] ness,
+ glory, + harm, hurt, + iniquity, -(- judgment, lan-
guage, + lying, manner, matter, message, [no] thing,
oracle, X ought, X parts, + pertaining, + please,
portion, + power, promise, provision, purpose, ques-
tion, rate, reason, report, request, X (as hast) said,
sake, saying, sentence, + sign, -f- so, some [unclean-
ness], somewhat to Bay, + song, speech, x spoken,
talk, task, -f- that, X there done, thing (concerning),
thought, 4- thus, tidings, what [-soever], 4- wherewith,
which, word, work.

1698. ,IST deber, deh'-ber; from 1696 (in the sense

of destroying); a pestilence: — murrain,
pestilence, plague.

1699. ,QK dober, do'-ber; from 1696 (in its origi-

'' rial sense); a pasture (from its arrange-
ment of the flock): — fold, manner.

,1S1 d e bir or »,=bir. See 1687, 3688.


,3Tj dibber, dib-bare'; for 1697:— word.

JT-OI dibrab, dib-raw'; fern, of 1697; a
T : • reason, suit or style; — cause, end, es-
tate, order, regard.

1701. rrffl dibrab (Chald.), dUnraw'; corresp.
to 1700:— intent, sake.

TChl d e bdrab or D e borah. See 1682,
T ' 1683.

1702. STfiW dob e rah, do-ber-aw 1 ; fern. act. part.

of 1696 in the sense of driving [comp.
1699]; a raft ;— float.

1703. ttSKJ dabbarab, dab-bawraw 1 '; Intens.

from 1696; a word:— word.

1704. ,',Ti'l Dlbriy, dib-ree 1 ; from 1697; wordy;

Dibri, an Isr. :— Dibri.

1705. rnzl Dah e rath, daw-ber-ath' ; from 1697

(perh. in the sense of 1699); Daberath,
a place in Pal:— Dabareh, Daberath.

1706. lBla'l d e bash, deb-ash'; from an unused

root mean, to be- gummy; honey (from
its stickiness); by anal, syrup:— honey ([-comb]).

1707. 2111333 dabbesheth, dab -beh'-sheth; intens.

from the same as 1706; a sticky mass,
i.e. the hump of a camel:— hunch [of a camel].

1708. ni2)S3 Dabbesheth, dab-beh'-sheth; the

same as 1707; Dabbesheth, a place in
Pal. :— Dabbesheth.

1709. 3PI dag, dawg; or (fully)

1X1° da'g (Neh. 13 : 16), dawg; from 1711; a

fish (as prolific); or perh. rather from

1672 (as timid) ; but still better from 1672 (in the sense

of squirming, i.e. moving by the vibratory action of

the tail) ; a fish (often used collect.):— flsh.

1710. JIM dagab, daw-gaw 1 ; tern, of 1709, and

mean, the same: — fish.

1711. TX,1 dagab, daw-gaw'; a prim, root; to

move rapidly; used only as a denom.
from 1709; to spawn, i.e. become numerous: — grow.

1712. Tttl Dtigown, daw-gohn'; from 1709; the

fish-god; Dagon, a Philistine deity:—

1713. hil dagal, daw-gal'; a prim, root; to

flaunt, i.e. raise a flag; fig. to be con-
spicuous: — (set up, with) banners, chiefest.

1714. bW degel, deh'-gel; from 1713; a flag.—

banner, standard.

1715. ,,,,,,,,,i1 dagan, daw-gawn'; from 1711; prop.

increase, i.e. grain.'— corn ([floor]),

1716. 'ngl dagar, dato-firor',aprim. root; to&rood

over eggs or young:— gather, sit.

1717. T3 dad, dad; appar. from the same as 1780;

the breost (as the seat of love, or from its
shape): — breast, teat.

1718. IXVI dadab, daw-daw'; a doubtful root; to

walk gently:— go (softly, with).

1719. TVI D e dan, ded-awn'; or(prol.)

STST7 » e daneb (Ezek. 25 : 18), deh-daw 1 -
neh; of uncert. der.; Dedan., the name
of two Cushites and of their territory:— Dedan.

1720. ,Vyi D e daniym, ded-aw-neem'; plur. of

1719 (as patrial); Dedanites, the desc.
or inhab. of Dedan:— Dedanim.

1721. D' 1 ?'!' 1 ! Dodaniym, do-daw-neem' ; or 0,y

orth. err.)
D 1 ?,! 8 ! Rddamiym (1 Chron. 1 : 7), ro-dosw-
neem,'; a plur. of uncert. der.; Dodan-
ites, or desc. of a son of Javan:— Dodanim.

1722. 353 d e bab (Chald.), deh-hab'; corresp. to

2091; gold:— gold (-en).

1723. 81711° »abava, (Chald.), dah-hav-aw,; of

uncert. der. ; Dahava, a people colo-
nized in Samaria: — Dehavites.

1724. BrYl daham, daMi-Aam'; aprtm.root(comp.

1740); to be dumb, ie. (fig.) dumb-
founded:— -be astonished.

1725. ',irll dabar, daw-har 1 ; a prim, root; to

curvet or move irregularly: — pranse.

1726. IStn dababar, dah-hah-har 1 ; by redupL

from 1725; a gallop:— pransing.
3tm »6w'eg. See 1673.

1727. yft d&wb, doob; a prim, root; to mope, Le,

(flg.) pine, — sorrow.
S'Tl dowb. See 1677,



1728. Ml davvag, dav-vawg 1 ; an orth. Tar. of
1709 as a denom. [1771]; a fisherman:—



1729. S1M1 dtfrwgan, doo-gaw 1 ; tern, from the

same as 1728; prop, fishery, i.e. a hook
for fishing:— fish [hook].

1730. lil dowd, dode; or (short.)
,11 dod, dode; from an unused root mean.

prop, to boil, i.e. (fig.) to love; by impl. a
love-token, lover, friend; spec, an uncle: — (well-) be-
loved, father's brother, love, uncle.

1731. Ill dnwd, dood; from the same as 1730; a

pot (for boiling); also (by resemblance of
shape) a basket:— basket, caldron, kettle, (seething)

1732. Til David, daMi-reed'; rarely (fully)

Vy,l Dariyd, daw-veed'; from the same as
1780; loving; David, the youngest son
of Jesse;— David.

1733. rTTll dowdab., do-daw'; fem. of 1730; an

aunt: — aunt, father's sister, uncle's

1734. tTfa Dowdow, do-do'; from 1730; loving;

Dodo, the name of three Isr.:— Dodo.

1735. ISIIlil Dowdavahuw, do-daw-vaw'-hoo;

,, from 1730 and 3050; loveofjah; Do-
davah, an Isr. :— Dodavah.

1736. ,Hfl dnwday, doo-dah'-ee; from 1731; a

boiler or basket; also the mandrake (as
aphrodisiac): — basket, mandrake.

1737. ,,lil Dowday, do-dah'ee; formed like

1736; amatory; Dodai, an Isr. :— Dodai.

1738. STtt davah, daw-vaw'; a prim, root; to be

sick (as if in menstruation):— infirmity.

1739. Sill daveh, daw-veh'; from 1738; sick

(espec. in menstruation):— faint, men-
Btruous cloth, she that is sick, having sickness.

1740. BfJ dAwach, doo'-akh; a prim, root; to

thrust away; fig. to cleanse:— cast out,
purge, wash.

1741. ,J5 d,vay, dev-ah'ee; from 1739; sickness;

fig. loathing:— languishing, sorrowful.

1742. 1J1 daway, dav-voy'; from 1739; sick; fig.

troubled:— taint.
,Pll Baviyd. See 1732.

1743. T[,rt dnwk, dook; a prim, root; to bruise in

a mortar:— beat.

1744. ng,WJ dnwfciyphath, doo-kee-fath' ; of

uncert. der. ; the hoopoe or else the
grouse:— lapwing.

1745. 117211 dnwmah, doo-maw'; from an un-

used root mean, to be dumb (comp.
1820); silence; fig. death:— silence.

1746. Finn Ddwmak, doo-maw'; the same as

1745; Dumah, a tribe and region of
Arabia:— Dumah.

1747. SITOfJ duwmiyah, doo-me-yaw,; from

1820; stillness; adv. silently; abstr.
quiet, trust:— silence, silent, waiteth.

1748. QHI 11 ! dvwmam, doo-mawm'; from 1826;

still; adv. silently: — dumb, silent,
quietly wait.

pIZJnW Duwmealieq. See 1833.

1749. Mil dfiwnag, do-nag'; of uncert. der.;

wax:— wax.

1750. VTJ duwts, doots; a prim, root; to leap:—

be turned.

1751. pf! dftwq (Chald.), doofc; corresp. to 1854;

to crumble: — be broken to pieces.

1752. ,Vn duwr, dure; a prim, root; prop, to

gyrmte (or move in a circle), i.e. to re-
main:— dwell.

1753. Til ddwr (Ohald.), dure; corresp. to 1752;

to reside:— dwell.

1754. ,Ill 6&WT, dure; from 1752; a circle, ball or

pile:— ball, turn, round about.

1755. lil ddwr, dore; or (short.)

Il dor, dore; from 1752; prop, a revolution
of time, I.e. an age or generation; also a
dwelling:— age, X evermore, generation, [n-]ever,

1756. Til Dowr, dore; or (by perm.)
IJil Bd'r (Josh. 17 : 11 ; 1 Kings 4 : 11), dore;

from 1755; dwelling; Dor, a place in Pal.:— Dor.

1757. SOW Ddnrra' (Chald.), doo-raw'; prob.
from 1753; circle or dwelling; Dura, a

place in Bab.:— Dura.

1758. IDIl ddwsli, doosh; or
lljil dowsh, dosh; or
,jjiT; t,,,,,,,,ij sit deesfr; a prim, root; to trample

or thresh: — break, tear, thresh, tread out
(down), at grass [Jer. 50: 11, by mistake for 1877].

1759. IZjll dnwsh. (Chald.), doosh; corresp. to
1758; to trample:— tread down.

1760. Sim dachah, daw-khaw'; or

tim dachach (Jer. 23 : 12), daw-khakh'; a

prim, root; to push down: — chase, drive

away (on), overthrow, outcast, x sore, thrust, totter.

1761. Slim dacha-rail (Chald.), dakh-av-aw';
from the equiv. of 1760 ; prob. a musical

instrument (as being struck):— Instrument of music.

1762. Tft d e ehiy, deh-khee'; from 1760; a push,
i.e. (by impl.) a fall:— falling.

1763. 3711 d e cnal (Chald.), deh-khal'; corresp. to
2119; to slink, i.e. (by impl.) to fear, or

(caus.) be formidable:— make afraid, dreadful, fear,

1764. 'Jill dochan, do'-khan; of uncert. der.;
millet;— millet.

1765. fim dacnapn, daw-khaf; a prim, root; to
urge, i.e. hasten: — (be) haste (-ned),

pressed on.

1766. J5£ll dacnaii, daw-khak'; a prim, root; to
press, i.e. oppress:— thrust, vex.

1767. , ,3 day, dahee; of uncert. der. ; enough (as
noun or adv.), used chiefly with prep, in

phrases:— able, according to, after (ability), among,
as (oft as), (more than) enough, from, in, since, (much
as is) sufficient (-ly), too much, very, when.

1768. , diy (Chald.), dee; appar. for 1668; that,
used as rel., conj., and espec. (with prep.)

in adv. phrases; also as a prep, of: — x as, but, for
(-asmuch +), -(- now, of, seeing, than, that, therefore,
until, -+- what (-soever), when, which, whom, whose.

1769. ,fCP, Diybown, dee-bone'; or (short.)

'p,'l Diybon, dee-bone'; from 1727; pin-
ing:—Dibon, the name of three places in
Pal.:— Dibon. {Also, with 1410 added, Dibon-gad.]

1770. Ml diyg, deeg; denom. from 1709; to fish:—


1771. Ml dayag, dah,yawg'; from 1770; a fisher-

man: — fisher.

1772. ST 1 ! dayan, dah-yaw'; intens. from 1675; a

falcon (from its rapid flight):— vulture.

1773. VI d e yow, deh-yo'; of uncert. der.; ink:—

'' ink.

1774. 3f,tT ,'l Diy zahab, dee zaw-hawb'; as if

from 1768 and 2091; of gold; Dizahab,
a place in the Desert:— Dizahab.

1775. ,)i)Ml Diymown, dee-mone'; perh. for

1769; Dimon, a place in Pal.:— Dimon.

1776. S1M7M1 Biymfiwnah, dee-mo-naw'; fem.

of 1775; Dimonah, a place in Pal.:—

1777. ,PI diyn, deen; or (Gen. 6 : 3)
111 duwn, doon; a prim, root [comp. 113] ;

to rule; by impl. to judge (as umpire); also to strive
(as at law):— contend, execute (judgment), judge, min-
ister judgment, plead (the cause), at strife, strive.

1778. ,pi diyn (Chald.), deen; corresp. to 1777; to

judge:— judge.

1779. 'pi diyn, deen; or (Job 19 : 29)

,11 duwn, doon; from 1777; judgment (the
suit, justice, sentence or tribunal); by impl. also
strife:— cause, judgment, plea, strife.

1780. pi diyn (Chald.), deen; corresp. to 1779:—


1781. ,p3 dayan, dabsuawn'; from 1777; a judge

or advocate:— judge.

1782. ,pi dayan (Chald.), dah-yawn'; corresp. to

,, 1781:-judge.

S1M1 Diynfih, dee-naw'; fem. of 1779; jus.
1 ' tice; Dinah, the daughter of Jacob:—

1784. ,Ml Diynay (Chald.), dee-nah'ee; patrial

from an uncert. prim.; a Dinaife or
inhab. of some unknown Ass. province:— Dinaite.
ngPl Biyphath. See 7384.

1785. jM,I dayfeq, daw-yoke'; from a root corresp.

to 1751 ; a batt errag-tower:— fort.

1786. 1ZJ?1 dayish, dah'-yish; from 1758; thresh

ingtime:— threshing.

1787. ,p,, 1 ! Biyskdwn,

•$&,{ Biyshon,

flTD! Disliown. or

■JTI51 Disbon, dee-shone'; the same as 1788;
Dishon, the name of two Edomites: —

1788. Ytt5' v 7 diyshon, dee-shone'; from 1758; the

leaper, i.e. an antelope: — pygarg.

1789. TO 11 ! Biyskan, dee-shawn'; another form

of 1787; Dishan, an Edomite:— Dishan,

1790. ,-pi dak, dak; from an unused root (comp.,

1794) ; crushed, i.e. (fig.) injured:— afflicted,

1791. Tjl dek (Chald.), dake; or

'fj'J dak (Chald.), dawk; prol. from 1668;
this:— the same, this.

1792. 831 daka,, daw-kaw'; a prim, root (comp.

1794) ; to crumble; trans, to bruise (lit. or
fig.):— beat to pieces, break (in pieces), bruise, contrite,
crush, destroy, humble, oppress, smite.

1793. N31 dakka', dak-kavy; from 1792; crushed

(lit. powder, or fig. contrite): — contrite,

1794. Sl!Dl dakan, daw-fcaiu'; a prim, root (comp.

1790, 1792); to collapse (phys. or men-
tally):— ra-eak (sore), contrite, crouch.

1795. !131 dakkah, dak-kaw'; from 1794 like

1793; mutilated: (-wounded.

1796. ,'SI ddkly, dok-ee'; from 1794; a dashing

of surf: — wave.

1797. ,JS 1 ! dlkkfen (Chald.), dik-kane'; prol. from

1791 ; this: — same, that, this.

1798. ,51 d e kar (Chald.), dek-ar,; corresp. to

2145; prop, a male, i.e. of sheep:— ram.

1799. ,Tlpl dikrown (Chald.), dik-rone'; or

,),D1 dokran, dok-rawn' (Chald.); corresp.
to 2146; a register:— record.

1800. 31 dal, dal; from 1809; prop, dangling, i.e.
(by impl.) weak or thin:— lean, needy,

poor (man), weaker.

1801. Ml dalag, daw-lao'; a prim, root; to
spring:— leap.

1802. S131 dalah, daw-law'; a prim, root (comp.
1809) ; prop, to dangle, i.e. to let down a

bucket (for drawing out water); fig. to deliver:—
draw (out), x enough, lift up.

1803. SlTl dallah, dal-law'; from 1802; prop,
something dangling, i.e. a loose thread

or hair; fig. indigent:— hair, pining sickness, poor
(-est sort).

1804. ribl dalacn, daw-lakh'; a prim, root; to
roil water:— trouble.

1805. iVl d e liy, del-ee'; or

,,l dftlly, doUeef; from 1802; a pail or jar
(for drawing water): — bucket.

1806. STbl » e layah, del-aw-yaw 1 '; or (prol.)

1ST31 D e layahhiiw, del-aw-yaw'-hoo;
from 1802 and 3050; Jah has delivered;
Delajah, the name of five Isr.:— Dalaiah, Delaiah.

1807. Th,l D e liylan, del-ee-law'; from 1809;
languishing: — Delilah, a Philistine

woman:— Delilah.

1808. STyl daliyah, daw-lee-yaw'; from 1802;
something dangling, i.e. a bough: —


1809. bbl dalal, daw-lal'; a prim. Toot (comp.
1802); to slacken or be feeble; fig. to be

oppressed:— -bring low, dry up, be emptied, be not
equal, fail, be impoverished, be made thin.

1810. ffy,! Ml«an, diUavm'; of uneert. der.;

Dilan, a place in Pal.:— Dilean.

1811. tlb'l dalapk, daw-laf; a prim, root; to

drip; by impl. to iceep.,-drop through,
melt, pour out.

1812. £]bj deleph, deh'-lef; from 1811; a drip-

ping;— dropping.

1813. 'jiefeS I»alpk6wn, daUfonC; from 1811;

dripping; Dalphon, a son of Hainan:—

1814. pVl dalaq, daio-faft': a prim, root; to flame

(lit. or fig.):— burning, chase, inflame,
kindle, persecute (-or), pursue hotly.

1815. pb'H d e laq (Chald.), deUalcf; corresp. to

~ ' 1814:— burn.

1816. rqAS dalleqetb, daUekf -Teeth; from 1814;

a burning fever: — inflammation.

1817. rib} deletk, deft'-ieft; from 1802; something

swinging, i.e. the valve of a door: — door
(two-leaved), gate, leaf, lid. [In Psa. 141:3, d&l, irreg.]

1818. D, dam, dawm; from 1826 (comp. 119);

blood (as that which when shed causes
death) of man or an animal; by anal, the juice of the
grape; flg. (espec. in the plur.) bloodshed (i.e. drops
of blood):— blood (-y, -guiltiness, [-thirsty]), -+• in-

1819. STWI daninh, daw-maw 1 ; a prim, root ; to

compare; by impl. to resemble, liken,
consider:— compare, devise, (be) like (-n), mean,
think, use similitudes.

1820. !TOT, daw-maw 1 ; a prim, root; to

be dumb or silent; hence to fail or
perish; trans, to destroy:— cease, be cut down (off),
destroy, be brought to silence, be undone, X utterly.

1821. TTS'I d e mak (Chald.), dem-aw'; corresp. to

1819; to resemble:— be like.

1822. t,fBlJ dnramah, doom-maw'; from 1820;

desolation; concr. desolate: — destroy.

1823. rVTOT d e mir«rtk, dem-ooth'; from 1819;

resemblance; concr. model, shape; adv.
like:— fashion, like (-ness, as), manner, similitude.
1821. ,021 d e mty, dem-ee 1 ; or

,VH,I dSmiy, dom-ee'; from 1820; quiet:—
cutting off, rest, silence.

1825. 'fi r 1S r l dimydwn, dim-yone'; from 1819;

resemblance: — X like.

1826. ttSft damam, daw-mam'; a prim, root

[comp. 1724, 1820] ; to fee dumb; by impl.
to be astonished, to stop; also to perish:— cease, be
cut down (oft), forbear, hold peace, quiet self, rest,
be silent, keep (put to) silence, be (stand) still, tarry,

1827. fTn73,1 d e mamak, dem-aw-maw'; fern.

from 1826; quiet: — calm, silence, still.

1828. 173,1 dfimen, do' -men; of uneert. der.; ma-

nure:— dung.

1829. flSJW Dlmnak, dimsnaw 1 ; fern, from the

T ! ' same as 1828; a dung-heap; Dimnah, a
place in Pal. :— Dimnah.

1830. 3W damn', daw-mah'; a prim, root; to

weep: — X sore, weep.

1831. 3WI dema«, deh'-mah; from 1880; a tear;

flg. juice:— liquor.

1832. FI3W! dlm'ak, dim-awf; fern, of 1831;

weeping: — tears.

1833. WPPI d e me»keq, dem-eh'-shek; by orth.

' : var. from 1834; damask (as a fabric of
Damascus):— in Damascus.

1834. piM} Dammeseq, dam,meh'-sek; or
ptoilT Dnwmeseq, doo-meh'-sek; or
piiWl 1 ? Darmeseq, dar-meh'-sek; of for.

' v ' or. ; Damascus, a city of Syria:—

1835. 13 Dan, dawn.; from 1777; judge; Dare, one

of the sons of Jacob; also the tribe de-
scended from him, and its territory; likewise a place
in Pal. colonized by them:— Dan.

1836. Vj dSn (Chald.), dame; an orth. var. of 1791;

this: — [afore-] time, -j- after this manner,
here [-after], one . . . another, such, there [-fore],
these, this (matter), + thus, where [-fore], which.
,,,,,,,,&pl Dani'61. See 1841.





1837. ST@3 Dannah, dan-naw 1 ; of uneert. der.;
Dannah, a place in PaL: — Dannah.

1838. mD!1?5 Dlnkabak, din-haw-baw'; of un-
, , ! ' cert, der.; Dinhabah, an Edomitish

town:— Dinhaban.

1839. ,yi Daniy, daw-nee'; patron, from 1835; a
Danite (often collect.) or deso. (or inhab.)

of Dan:— Danltes, of Dan.

1840. bNW BaniyS'l, dauMiee-jraZe'.- in Ezek.
h$3l Danl'61, date-nee-ate'.- from 1835 and

410; judge of God; Daniel or Danijel,
the name of two Isr.:— DanieL

1841. bK'OT DaniyS'l (Chald.), dauynee-yale';
', , corresp. to 1840; Danijel, the Heb.

prophet: — Daniel.

1842. ,]3,2 ,p Ban Ta'an, dawn yah' -an; from
1835 and (appar.) 3282; judge of pur-
pose; Dan-Joan, a place in Pal. :— Dan-jaan.

1843. yi d6a { , day'-ah; from 3045; knowledge:—
knowledge, opinion.

1844. W, d6«ah, day-aw 1 ; fern, of 1848; knowl-
edge:— knowledge.

1845. bS?W » e «urir,61, deh-oo-ale'; from 8045
and 410; known of God; Deuel, an

Isr. :— Deuel.

1846. TjyT da'ak, daw-ak 1 ; a prim, root; to be
extinguished: flg. to expire or be dried

up:— be extinct, consumed, put out, quenched.

1847. VSI da«atk, dah'-ath; from 8045; knowl-
edge:— cunning, [ig-] norantly, know

(-ledge), [un-] awares (wittingly).

1848. ,'Zn dftpkiy, dof'-ee; from an unused root
, (mean, to push over); a stumbling-
block:— slanderest.

1849. pEI dapnaq, daw-faW; a prim, root; to
1 knock; by anal to press severely:— beat,

knock, overdrive.

1850. tlpEft Dopkqak, dof-kauf; from 1849; a
T ! , knock; Dophkah, a place in the Des-
ert:— Dophkah.

1851. pi! daq, dak: from 1854; crushed, i.e. (by
impl.) small or thin:— dwarf, lean [-flesh-
ed], very little thing, small, thin.

1852. p,I doq, doke; from 1854; something crum-
bling, i.e. fine (as a thin cloth): — curtain.

1853. Wbp 1 , Diqlah, dik-law 1 ; of for. or.; Diklah,
a region of Arabia:— Diklah.

1854. ppl daqaq, daw-kaV; a prim, root [comp.
1915]; to crusfc (or intrans.) crumble: —

beat in pieces (small), bruise, make dust, (into) X pow-
der, (be, very) small, stamp (small).

1855. ,pi?! d e qaq (ChaM.), dek-cik 1 ; corresp. to
1854; to crumble or (trans.) crush: —

break to pieces.

1856. ,,1 daqar, daw-kar 1 ; a prim, root; to stab;
by anal, to starve; flg. to revile:— pierce,

strike (thrust) through, wound.

1857. 1P_2 Deqer, deh'-ker; from 1856; a stab;
Deker, an Isr. : — Dekar.

1858. ,13 dar, dor; appar. from the same as 1865;
prop, a pearl (from its sheen as rapidly

turned); by anal, pearl-stone, i.e. mother-of-pearl or
alabaster:— X white.

1859. ,13 dar (Chald.), dawr; corresp. to 1755; an
age;— generation.

•■ft ddr. See 1755.

1860. Ipt,fyi d e ra»6wn, der-aro-one'; or

,pN13 dSra'fiwn, day-raw-one 1 ; from an
unused root (mean, to repulse); an ob-
ject of aversion:— abhorring, contempt.

1861. ,p3,l3 dorbown, dor-bone' [also dor-
bawn'] ; of uneert. der. ; a goad:— goad.

1862. 2,3,13, »arda«, dar-ddh'; appar. from 1858
and 1843; pearl of knowledge; Darda,

an Isr.:— Darda.

1863. ,1313 dardar, dar-dar 1 ; of uneert. der.; a
thorn:— thistle.

1864. tftft darowm, dowe-rome'; of uneert. der.;
the south; poet, the south wind:— south.

1865. ,TTW d e r6wr, der-ore 1 ; from an unused
root (mean, to move rapidly) ; freedom;

hence spontaneity of outflow, and so clear:— liberty,


1113 UPr&ixrr, der-ore 1 ; the same as 1865,
applied to a bird; the swift, a kind of
swallow:— swallow.

1867. tt5V,13, Dar'yavesk, daw-reh-yaw-vaysh'!
of Pers. or. ; Darejavesh, a title (rather

than name) of several Persian kings:— Darius.

1868. lD,U »ar,yav6sk (Chald.), daw-reh-
yaw-vaysh'; corresp. to 1867: — Darius.

1869. ,TlT darak, daw-rak'; a prim, root; to
tread; by impl. to walk; also to string a

bow (by treading on it in bending):— archer, bend,
come, draw, go (over), guide, lead (forth), thresh,
tread (down), walk.

1870. ,'Tl derek, defc'-refc; from 1869; a road (as
trodden); flg. a course of life or mode

of action, often adv. :— along, away, because of, -f- by,
conversation, custom, [east-] ward, journey, manner,
passenger, through, toward, [high-] [path-] way
[-side], whither [-soever].

1871. ,]i733,1'1 dark e mown, dar-fcem-one'; of
Pers. or.; a , drachma,, or coin:—


1872. i,5} dera, (Chald.), der-aw,; corresp. to
2220; an arm.— arm.

1873. yyy Dara,, daw-rah'; prob. contr. from
1862; Dara, an Isr.: — Dara.

1874. Y,p,!,! Darqown, dar-kone'; of uneert.
der. ; Darkon, one of , Solomon's ser-
vants, :— Darkon.

1875. Vyyi darash, daw-rash'; a prim, root;
prop, to tread or frequent; usually to

follow (for pursuit or search) ; by impl. to seel; or ask;
spec, to worship:— ask, X at all, care for, x dili-
gently, inquire, make inquisition, [necro-] mancer,
question, require, search, seek [for, out], X surely.

1876. NU} 1 ! dasha, daw-shavy; a prim, root; to
sprout:— bring forth, spring.

1877. Nllfr desne', deft'-sftefc; from 1876; a sprout;
by anal, grass:— (tender) grass, green,

(tender) herb.

1878. ■jTI5, ! T dawlicu daw-shane'; a prim, root; to
be fat ; trans, to fatten (or regard as fat);

spec, to anoint; flg. to satisfy; denom. (from 1880) to
remove (fat) ashes (of sacrifices):— accept, anoint,
take away the (receive) ashes (from), make (wax) fat.

1879. ,fJil dastaen, daw-shane'; from 1878; fat;
flg. rich, fertile: — fat.

1880. TO} desken, deh'-shen; from 1878; the fat;
abstr. fatness, i.e. (flg.) abundance; spec.

the (fatty) ashes of sacrifices:— ashes, fatness.

1881. m datk, dawth; of uneert. (perh. for.) der.:
a royal edict or statute:— commandment,

commission, decree, law, manner.

1882. rfl datk (Chald.), dawth; corresp. to 1881;
decree, law.

1883. HTn detke' (Chald.), deh r -thay; corresp. to
1877.— tender grass.

1884. ,Q.TU dnkabar (Chald.), deth-aw-bawr 1 ; of
Pers. or. ; mean, one skilled in law; a

judge:— counsellor.

1885. yril Dathan, daw-thawn' ; of uneert. der.;
Dathan, an Isr. :— Dathan.

1886. ,rCn Dotkan, do'-thawn; or (Cbaldaizing

■pr,j Dotkayln (Gen. 37 : 17), do-thah'-yin;
of uneert, der.; Dothan, a. place in
Pal.:— Dotban.

1887. KM k£,, hay; a prim, particle; lot:— behold,


1888. Nh he' (Chald.), hay; or

Nil ka, (Chald.), haw; corresp. to 1887:—
even, lo.

1889. flNlTT keack, heh-awkh'; from 1887 and 253',

aha!: — ah, aha, ha.
•',tlNTl Oa'rariy. See 2043.

1890. STiari kabbab, hab-hawb'; by redupL

from 3051; gift (in sacrifice), i.e. hoc,
ocaust:— offering.



1891. bit! babal. havybal'; a prim, root; to be

vain in act, word, or expectation; spec,
to lead astray:— be (become, make) vain.

1892. baiTt bebel, heh'-bel; or (rarely in the abs.)

»•!!! babel, hab-ale'; from 1891; emptiness
or vanity; fig. something transitory and
unsatisfactory; often used as an adv.:— X alto-
gether, vain, vanity.

1893. ban Bebel, heh'-beb; the same as 1893;

Bebel, the son of Adam:— Abel.

1894. ,|!3n lioben. ho'-ben; only in plur., from an

unused root mean, to be hard; ebony:—

1895. ISn babar, haw-bar 1 ; a prim, root of un-

cert. (pern. for.)der.; to be a horoscop-
ist: — |- (astro-) loger.

1896. N5_n Hege', hay-gay'; or (by perm.)

y$7l Hegay, hay-gah'ee; prob. of Pers. or.;
Hege or Hegai, a eunuch of Xerxes:—
Hegai, Hege.

1897. T,,,,,,,,W1 bagab, haw-gaw'; a prim, root [comp.

1901]; to murmur (in pleasure or anger);
by impl. to ponder:— imagine, meditate, mourn,
mutter, roar, x sore, speak, study, talk, utter.

1898. TIUTI bagab, haw-gaW; a prim, root; to re-

mote;— stay, take away.

1899. H3rt begeb, heh'-geh; from 1897; a mutter-

ing (in sighing, thought, or as thun-
der):— mourning, sound, tale.

1900. XVtitn baguwtb, haw-gooth'; from 1897;

musing: — meditation.

1901. S,n bagiyg, haw-gheeg 1 ; from an unused

root akin to 1897; prop, a murmur, i.e.
complaint: — meditation, musing.

1902. Tr|i,! blggaydwn, hig-gavyyonef '; intens.

from 1897; a murmuring sound, i.e. a
musical notation (prob. similar to the modern affet-
tuoso to indicate solemnity of movement); by impl. a
machination: — device, Higgaion, meditation, solemn

1903. Y'Xn bagtyn, haw-gheen'; of uncert. der. ;

perh. suitable or turning: — directly.
1904 13rt Hagar, haw-gawr 1 ; of uncert. (perh.

for.) der.; Hagar, the mother of Ish-
mael:— Hagar.

1905. ,•'TSn Hagriy, hag-reef; or (proL)

N ,b 13n Hagrl,, hag-ree'; perh. patron, from
1904; aHagrite or member of a cer-
tain Arabian clan:— Hagarene. Hagarite, Haggeri.

1906. ,It! bed, hade; for 1959; a shout:— sounding


1907. ,itttl baddabar (Chald.), had-daw-bawr 1 ;

prob. of for. or. ; a vizier: — counsellor.

1908. Tin Hadad, had-ad'; prob. of for. or.

[comp. Ill]; Hadad, the name of an
idol, and of several kings of Edom:— Hadad.

1909. TUHTTt Hadad'ezer, had-ad-eh'-zer;

: ,' from 1908 and 5838; Hadad (is his)
help; Hadadezer, a Syrian king:— Hadadezer. Comp.

1910. pft'TTTn Hadadrlmmown, had-ad-

' : ' rim-mone'; from 1908 and 7417;
Hadad-Bimmon, a place in Pal. :— Hadad-rimmon.

1911. Fnri badab, haw-dam'; a prim, root [comp.

8034]; to stretch forth the band:— put.

1912. flh HodAw, ho'-doo; of for. or.; Hodu

(i.e. Hindustan):— India.

1913. D b li,in Hadowram, had-o-rawm' ; or

DTTT1 Hadoram, had-o-rawm'; prob. of
for. der. ; Hadoram, a son of Joktan,
and the tribe descended from him:— Hadoram.

1914. ' r 2Tl Hldday, hid-dah'ee; of uncert. der.;

Biddai, an Isr.:— Hiddai.

1915. TpJI badab, haw-dak'; a prim, root [comp.

1854]; t, crush with the foot:— tread

1916. thfl b&ddtn, had-ome'; from an unused

root mean. w, stamp upon; a foot-
stool:— [foot-] stool.

1917. OTH baddam (Chald.), had-dawm'; from a

root corresp. to that of 1916; something
Stamped to pieces, i.e. a bit:— piece.

1918. GTH badass, had-as 1 ; of uncert. der.; the

myrtle:— myrtle (tree).

1919. {,13,?!! Had&ccah, had-as-saw 1 ; fern, of

WS; Badassah (or Esther):— Hadas-

1920. J|Tn badapb, haw-daf; a prim, root; to

push away or down:— cast away (out),
drive, expel, thrust (away).

1921. Tin badar, haw-dar 1 ; a prim, root; to

swell up (lit. or fig., act. or pass.); by
impl. to favor or honour, be high or proud: — counte-
nance, crooked place, glorious, honour, put forth.

1922. Tin badar (Chald.), had-ar 1 ; corresp. to

1931; to magnifying.):— glorify, honour.

1923. Tin badar (Chald.), had-ar'; from 1933;

magnificence:— honour, majesty.

1924. Tin Hadar, had-ar'; the same as 1936;

Hadar, an Edomite:— Hadar.

1925. ,Tin beder, heh'-der; from 1931; honour;

used (fig.) for the capital city (Jerusa-
lem):— glory.

1926. TIM badar, hamdawr'; from 1931; mag-

, niftcence, i.e. ornament or splendor:—
beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, glory, goodly,
honour, majesty.

1927. STTlrt b&darab, had-avyraw'; fern, of

TI : 1936; decoration:— beauty, honour.
BITn HadJiram. See 1913.

1928. IJSTTn Hadarezer, tad-ar-eV-zer; from

1934 and 5838; Hadar (Le. Hadad,
1908) is his help; Hadarezer (i.e. Hadadezer, 1909), a
Syrian king:— Hadarezer.

1929. Sn batab, haw; a short, form of 163; ah!

expressing grief :— woe worth.

1930. in b6w, ho; by perm, from 1939; oh!:—


1931. Nin b,rw», hoo; of which the fem. (beyond

the Pentateuch) is
H,n bly», he; a prim, word, the third pers.

pron. sing. , he (she or it); only expressed
when emphatic or without a verb; also (intens.) self,
or (esp. with the art.) the same; sometimes (as de-
monstr.) this or that; occasionally (instead of copula)
as or ore:— he, as for her, him (-self), it, the same, she
(herself), such, that ( . . . it), these, they, this, those,
which (is), who.

1932. Nin hnw (Chald.), hoo; or (fem.)

ten bly (Chald.), he; corresp. to 1931;—
X are, it, this.

1933. Nin bava', haw-vaw 1 ; or

nm bavab, haw-vaw 1 ; a prim, root
[comp. 183, 1961] supposed to mean prop,
to breathe; to be (in the sense of existence): — be,
X have.

1934. Nin bava, (Chald), ftotKwe'; or

nm bavab (Chald.), hav-aW; corresp. to
' 1933; to exist; used in a great variety of
applications (especially in connection with other
words):— be, become, + behold, + came (to pass),
+ cease, + cleave, + consider, + do, -fgive, -fhave
+ judge, + keep, + labour, + mingle (self), + put,
+ see, + seek, + set, + slay, -f take heed, tremble,
-f walk, + would.

1935. Tin bowd, hode; from au unused root;

grandeur (i.e. an imposing form and ap-
pearance):— beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious,
glory, goodly, honour, majesty.

1936. ,lin Hiwd, hode; the same as 1935; Hod,

an Isr. :— Hod.

1937. ni,pn Howd'vah, ho-dev-aw'; a form of

1938; Hodevah (or Hodevjah), an
Isr. :— Hodevah.

1938. n,nin Howdavyah, ho-davyaw 1 ; from

1935 and 3050; majesty of Jah; Bo-
davjah, the name of three Isr. : -Hodaviah.

1939. inTHin Howday,vRbuw, ho-dahneh-

vaw'-hoo; a form of 1938; Hodaj-
vah, an Isr.:— Hodaiah.

1940. n,,fin Howdiyab, ho-dee-yaw'; a form

for the fem. of 3064; a Jewess:—

1941. n,lin Hdwdlyab, ho-dee-yaw'; a form

of 1938; Hodijah, the name of three
Isr.:— Hodijah.

nin bavab. See 1933.

¥ T

nin bavab. See 1934.

1942. njn bawab, hav-vaw 1 ; from 1983 (in the

sense of eagerly coveting and rushing
upon; by impI.of,aKtno); desire; also ruin;— calam-
ity, iniquity, mischief, mischievous (thing), naughti-
ness, naughty, noisome, perverse thing, substance,
very wickedness.

1943. nin bovab, ho-vaW; another form for

1943; ruin:— mischief.

1944. Qnin Hdvrbam, ho-hawm'; of uncert.

der.; Boham, a Canaanitish king:—

1945. lin bdwy, hoh'ee; a prol. form of 1980

[akin to 188] ; oh!:— ah, alas, ho, O, woe.

1946. ,in hawk (Chald.), hook; corresp. to 1981;

to go; caus. to bring:— bring again,
come, go (up).

1947. ribbin bftwlelab, ho-lay-law' ; fem. act.

part, of 1984; folly:— madness.

1948. nkbin bovrtelfiwtb, ho-lay-looth'; from

act. part, of 1984; folly:— madness.

1949. Sin hnwm, hoom; a prim, root [comp.

3000]; to make an uproar, or agitate
greatly :— destroy , move, make a noise, put, ring again.

1950. dnin Hdwmam, ho-mawm'; from 8000;

raging; Homam, an Edomitish chief-
tain:— Homam. Comp. 1967.

1951. ,Jin bftwn, hoon; a prim, root; prop, to be

naught, i.e. (fig.) to be (caus. act) light:—
be ready.

1952. 'jin bown, hone; from the same as 1951 in

the sense of 303; wealth; by impL
enough:— enough, + for nought, riches, substance,

1953. 5,ttl!Jin Howsbama', ho-shaw-maW;

from 3068 and 8085; Jehovah hat
heard; Hoshama, anlsr.:— Hoshama.
1954 ytB'in Howshea', ho-shay'-ah; from 8467;
deliverer; Boshed, the name of five)
Isr. :— Hosea, Hoshea, Oshea.

1955. n,SlBin Howsba'yab, ho-shah-yam';

from 3467 and 3050; Jah has saved;
Hoshajah, the name of two Isr. :— Hosbaiah.

1956. T,nin Howtbiyr, ho-theer'; bam 8498;

he has caused to remain; Hothir, an
Isr.: — Hothir.

1957. ntn bazab, haw-zaw 1 ; a prim, root [comp.

3873] ; to dream:— sleep.

1958. in bty, he; for 5093; lamentation:— woe,

tiTtl bly». See 1931, 1933.

1959. TFn heydad, hay-dawd'; from an unused

root (mean, to shout); acclamation: —
shout (-tag).

1960. n,n bny«dab, hoo-yed-aw 1 ; from the

same as 1959; prop, an acclaim, i.e. a
choir of singers: — thanksgiving.

1961. n,n bayab, haw-yaw'; a prim, root [comp.

1933]; to exist, i.e. be or become, come to
pass (always emphatic, and not a mere copula or auxili-
ary):— beacon, X altogether, be (come, accomplished.

committed, like), break, cause, come (to pass),
continue, do, faint, fall, + follow, happen, X have,
last, pertain, quit (one-) self, require, X use.

1962. nj3 bayab, hah-yaw 1 ; another form for

1948; ruin:— calamity.

1963. T,n bfeyk, hake; another form for 849;

how?:— how.

1964. b,n hrjykal, hay-kawl'; prob. from 3301

(in the sense of capacity); a large pub-
lic building, such as a palace or temple:— palace,

1965. b'D'Tt beykal (Chald.), hay-kaV; corresp.

to 1964:— palace, temple.
1968. bb,n beylel, hay-lale'; from 1984 (in the
sense of brightness) ; the morning-star; —





1967. QWtl Hfeymam, hay-mawm'; another

form for 1950; Hemam, an Idumeean:—

1968. VSVf Heyman, hay-maum'; prob. from

539; faithful; Heman, the name of at
least two 1st. :— Heman.

1969. ,p fl hiyn, keen; prob. of Eg. or.; ahinor

liquid measure:— bin.

1970. ,,Qfl hakar, haw-kar 1 ; a prim, root; appar.

to injure:— make self strange.

1971. 71,35 hakkarah, hak-kaw-raw 1 ; from

5334; respect, i.e. partiality:— shew.
,5 hal. See 1973.

1972. 8,71 hala,, haw-law 1 ; prob. denom. from

1973; to remove or be remote.-— cast far

1973. FHSfeS hal e ah, haw-leh-aw 1 ; fromtheprim.

form of the art. [bn hal] ; to the dis-
tance, i.e. far away; also (of time) thus far:— back,
beyond, (hence-) forward, hitherto, thenceforth,

1974. b'farj hllluwl, hil-lool'; from 1984 (in the

sense of rejoicing); a celebration of
thanksgiving for harvest: — merry, praise.

1975. fj5 hallaz, hal-lawz'; from 1976; this or

that:— side, that, this.

1976. JltbS.hallazeh, hal-law-zeh' ; from the

art. [see 1973] and 2088; this very:—

1977. IT,S hallSzuw, AaHa2,-20o'; another form

of 1976; that:— this.

1978. ipVl haliyk, haw-leek'; from 1980; a waZfc,

i,e. (by impl.) a step; — step.

1979. W'bS haliykah, hat-ee-kaw 1 ; fern, of

1978; a walking; by impl. a proces-
sion or marcfc, a caravan:— company, going, walk,

1980. IjVl halak, haw-lak'; akin to 3213; a prim.

root; to walk (in a great variety of ap-
plications, lit. and fig.):— (all) aloner, apace, behave
(self), come, (on) continually, be conversant, depart,
-(- be eased, enter, exercise (self), -)- follow, forth,
forward, get, go (about, abroad, along, away, for-
ward, on, out, up and down), + greater, grow, be
wont to haunt, lead, march, x more and more, move
(self), needs, on, pass (away), be at the point, quite,
run (along), + send, speedily, spread, still, surely,
4- tale-bearer, + travel (ler), walk (abroad, on,
to and fro, up and down, to places), wander, wax,
way-] faring man, x be weak, whirl.

1981. ',D'n halak (Chald.), hal-aW; corresp. to

' 1980 [comp. 1946] ; to walk:— walk.
1983. Ttbrt helek, hay'-lek; from 1980; prop, a
journey, i.e. (by impl.) a wayfarer; also
a flowing:— X dropped, traveller.

1983. Tjbri halak (Chald.), hal-awk'; from 1981;

prop, a journey, i.e. (by impl.) toll on
goods at a road: — custom.

1984. Vbtl halal, haw-lal'; a prim, root; to be

, clear (orig. of sound, but usually of color) ;
to shine; hence to make a show, to boast; and thus to
be (clamorously) foolish; to rave; causat. to cele-
brate; also to stultify:— (make) boast (self), celebrate,
commend, (deal, make), fool (-ish, -ly), glory, give
[light], be (make, feign self) mad (against), give in
marriage, [sing, be worthy of] praise, rage, renowned,

1985. bVfl Hillel, hil-layl'; from 1984; praising

(namely God); Hillel, an Isr.:— ffilleL

1986. tfofl hal am, haw-lam'; a prim, root; to

strike down; by impl. to hammer, stamp,
conquer, disband:— beat (down), break (down), over-
come, smite (with the hammer).

1987. DbfT Helem, hay'-lem; bom 1986; smiter;

Helem, the name of two Isr. :— Helem.

1988. tiblH halom, hal-ome'; from the art. [see

■ 1973]; hither:— here, hither (-[to]),

1989. niKlbrt halmuwth, haUmooth'; from

1986; a hammer (or mallet): — ham-

1990. Din Hani, hawm; of uncert der.; Bam, a

region of Pal. :— Ham.

1991. Bfl hein, haym; from 1993; abundance, he.

wealth:— any of theirs.

1992. Bn h6m, haym; or (prol.)

71735 hemmah, haym'-maw; masc. plur.
from 1931; they (only used when em-
phatic):— it, like, x (how, so) many (soever, more as)
they (be), (the) same, X so, x such, their, them,
these, they, those, which, who, whom, withal, ye.

1993. TH2TI hamah, haw-maw 1 ; a prim, root

[comp. 1949]; to make a loud sound
(like Engl, ,hum,); by impl to be in great commotion
or tumult, to rage, war, moan, clamor: — clamorous,
concourse, cry aloud, be disquieted, loud, mourn, be
moved, make a noise, rage, roar, sound, be troubled,
make in tumult, tumultuous, be in an uproar.

1994. 17217 hlmmow (Chald.), him-mo'; or(prol.)

,Jrall hlmmown (Chald.) ,fcim-mone'; cor-
resp. to 1992; they:— x are, them, those.

1995. ,pMtl hamown, haw-mone'; or

,fail hamon (Ezek. 5 : 7), haw-mone'; from
1993; a noise, tumult, crowd; also dis-
quietude, wealth:— abundance, company, many, mul-
titude, multiply, noise, riches, rumbling, sounding,
store, tumult.

riSWiS ham-moleketh. See 4447.

1996. 315 ,fKln Hamown Gdwg, ham-one'

gohg; from 1995 and 1463; the mul-
titude of Gog; the fanciful name of an emblematic
place in Pal. : — Hamon-gog.

1997. 713TO5 Hainownah, ham-o,naw'; fem. of

1995; multitude; Hamonah, the same
as 1996:— Hamonah.

TfiTOrT hamuwnek. See 2002.

1998. STMrl hemyah, hem-yaw'; from 1993;

sound: — noise.

1999. ffeMTI hamullah, ham-ool-law'; or (too

',,' fully)
ffeTOfl hamuwllah (Jer. 11 : 16), ham-
ool-law'; fem. pass. part, of an unused
root mean, to rush (as rain with a windy roar); a
sound. - — speech, tumult.

,SlVsilfl ham-melek. See 4429.

2000. U7371 hamam, haw-mam'; a prim, root

[comp. 1949, 1998]; prop, to put in com-
motion; by impl. to disturb, drive, destroy: — break,
consume, crush, destroy, discomfit, trouble, vex.
•f!2tl hamon. See 1995.

2001. 15371 Hainan, haw-mawn'; of for. der.;

Haman, a Pers. vizier: — Hainan.

2002. ,SpanS hamniyk (Chald.), ham-neeW; but

the text is
1EHM5° hamuwnek, ham-oo-nayV '; of
for. or.; & necklace: — chain.

2003. 07371 hamac, haw-mawce'; from an unused

root appar. mean, to crackle; a dry
twig or brushwood:— melting.

2004. IS hen, hane; fem. plur. from 1931; they

(only used when emphatic): — X in, such
like, (with) them, thereby, therein, (more than) they,
wherein, in which, whom, withaL

2005. ,,,,,,,,,11 hen. hane; a prim, particle; lo!; also (as

expressing surprise) if:— behold, if, lo,

2006. ,)5 n , m (Chald.), hane; corresp. to 2005: lo!

also there [-fore], [un-] less, whether, but,
if: — (that) if, or, whether.

2007. 7135 hennah, hane'-naw; prol. for 2004;

themselves (often used emphat. for the
copula, also in indirect relation):— X in, X such (and
such things), their, (into) them, thence, therein, these,
they (had), on this side, those, wherein.

2008. 7135 hennah, hane'-naw; from 2004;

hither or thither (but used both of place
and time):— here, hither [-to], now, on this (that) side,
+ since, this (that) way, thitherward, 4- thus far, to
. fro, + yet.

2009. S?S hlnnSh, hin-nay'; prol, [for 3005;

lo!:— behold, lo, see.

2010. 71)135 hftnachah, hariraw-Tchavt; from

5117; permission of rest, i.e. quiet:—

2011. D3S Hlnnfim, hin-nome'; prob. of for. or. ;

Hinnom, appar. a Jebusite: — Hinnom.

2012. 5,35 Hena', hay-nah'; prob. of for. der.

Hena, a place appar. in Mesopotamia:—

2013. SD71 hacah, haw-saw'; a prim, root; to

hush:— hold peace (tongue), (keep) si-
lence, be silent, still.

2014. 71SB5. hSphugah, haf-oo-gaw 1 ; from 6318;

relaxation: — intermission.

2015. Tf&S haphak, haw-fak'; a prim, root;

to turn about or over; by impl. to
change, overturn, return, pervert: — X become,
change, come, be converted, give, make [a bed],
overthrow (-turn), perverse, retire, tumble, turn
(again, aside, back, to the contrary, every way).

2016. ,HTI hephek, heh'-fek; or

,,BS hephek, hay'-fek; from 2015; a turn,
i.e. the reverse: — contrary.

2017. 'TJBri hdphek, ho'-fek; from 2015; an upset,

i.e. (abstr.) perversity:— turning or
things upside down.

2018. fDDS haphekah, haf-ay-kaw'; fem. of

2016; destruction: — overthrow.

2019. IjBpBS haphakpak, haf-ak-paW '; byre-

dupl. from 2015; very perverse:—

2020. SbSS hatst»alah, hats-tsaw-law 1 ; from

6337; rescue: — deliverance.

2021. 'J31S hotsen, ho'-tsen; from an unused root

mean, appar. to be sharp or strong; a
weapon of war:— chariot.

2022. ,S har, har; a short, form of 2042; a

mountain or range of hills (sometimes
used fig.):— hill (country), mount (-ain), X promotion.

2023. ,,iS H6r, Ttore; another form for 2022; moun-

tain; Hor, the name of a peak in Idumfiea
and of one in Syria:— Hor.

2024. N,S Hara', haun-aw 1 ; perh. from 2022;

mountainousness; Hara, a region of
Media:— Hara.

2025. bN'lS har'el, har-ale'; from 2022 and 410;

mount of God; fig. the altar of burnt-
offering :— altar. Comp. 739.

2026. S'lS harag, haw-rag'; a prim, root; to

smite with deadly intent:— destroy, out
of hand, kill, murder (-er), put to [death], make
[slaughter], slay (-er), x surely.

2027. 3,~J, hereg, heh'-reg; from 2026; slaugh-

ter:— be slain, slaughter.

2028. WIS haregah, har-ay-gauf; fem. of 2027;

slaughter: — slaughter.

2029. ITH71 harah, haw-raw'; a prim, root; to be

(or become) pregnant, conceive (lit. or
fig.):— been, be with child, conceive, progenitor.

2030. 7T171 hareh, haw-reh'; or

, ,b 171 hariy (Hos. 14 : 1), fcaio-ree'; from
2029; pregnant.-— (be, woman) with child,
conceive, X great.

2031. ,lh,]S harh6r (Chald.), har-hor'; from a

root corresp. to 2029; amenta! concep-
tion:— thought.

2032. ,Vlf1 herown, hay-rone'; or

p,S heraydwn, hay,raw-yone'; from
2029; pregnancy:— conception.

2033. ,tIMS Harftwriy, har-o-ree'; another

form for 2043; a Harorite or moun-
taineer: — Harorite.

2034. InDi,S. hariycah, har-ee-saW; from 2040;

something demolished: — ruin.

2035. niD,lSj hariycnwth,ftar-ee-sooifc';from

, 8040; demolition!— destruction.




8, oHdram, horawm,'; from an unused
root (mean, to tower up); high; Swam,
a Canaanitish king:— Horam.

2037. Dirt Barnm, haw-room'; pass. part, of the

same as 2036; high; Harum, an Isr. :—

2038. TrOli,! barmfiwn, har-mone'; from the

same as 2036; a castle (from its
height):— palace.

2039. yyj Haran, hatwaim'; perh. from 2022;

■mountaineer; Haran, the name of two
men:— Haran.

2040. D,$,! barac, haw-ras'; a prim, root; to pull

down or in pieces, break, destroy:—
beat down, break (down, through), destroy, over-
throw, pluck down, pull down, ruin, throw down,
X utterly.

2041. Dltl here?, heh'-res; from 2040; demoli-

tion:— destruction.

2042. ,lllTI harar, haw-rawr'; from an unused

root mean, to loom up; a mountain;—
bill, mount (-ain).

2043. ,j)$j Haraxiy hah-rawree 1 ; or

,EH Harariy (2 Sam. 23 : 11), haw-row-

ree 1 ; or
TjStt. Ha'rariy (2 Sam. 23 : 84, last
clause), haw-raw-ree 1 ; appar. from
2042; a mountaineer:— Hararite.

2044. fiTJJn HashSm, haw-shame'; perh. from

the same as 2828; wealthy; Hashem, an
Isr.:— Hashem.

2045. nwaipn haahma,nwth, hashmaw-

ooth'; from 8085; announcement:—
to cause to hear.

2046. ,IFlrt hittuwk, hit-took'; from 5418; a

melting:— is melted.

2047. ,arirt Hatbak, hath-awk'; prob. of for. or.;

Hathak, a Pers. eunuch:— Hatach.

2048. brtt batbal, haw-thal'; a prim, root; to

deride; by impl. to cheat.-— deal deceit-
fully, deceive, mock.

, brrt hathdl, haw-thole'; from 2048 (only in
plur. collect.); a derision:— mocker.
0. nini,l batbatb', haw-thath'; a prim, root;
prop, to break in upon, i.e. to assail:—
Imagine mischief .

2051. 'pi V e dan, ved-awn'; perh. for 5730 ; Vedan

(or Aden), a place in Arabia: — Dan also.

2052. 3rt1 Vabeb, vaw-habe'; of uncert. der.;

Vaheb, a place in Moab:— wbathedid.

2053. 11 vav, vaw; prob. a hook (the name of the

sixth Heb. letter):— hook.

2054. ,YII vazar, vaw-zawr'; presumed to be

from an unused root mean, to bear guilt;
crime:— X strange.

2055. Knri Vay«zatba,, vah-yez-aw'-thaw; of

for. or.; Vajezatha, a son of Haman.—

2056. ibl valad. vaw4awd'; for 3206; a 6o»:~

,, child.

2057. FP31 Vanyab, vansyaW; perh. for 6043;

! FajyaA, an Isr.:— Vaniah.

8. ''Dpi Vopbciy, vof-see'; prob. from 3254;
additional; Vophsi, an Isr.: — Vophsi.

9. ,'Mil Vastanty, vash-nee'; prob. from 3461 ;
weak; Vashni, an Isr.:— Vashm.

,,5fl253 Vasbtty, vash-tee'; of Pers. or.;
Fashti, the queen of Xerxes:— Vashti.


2061. 3NT z e »eb, zehrabe 1 ; from an unused root
mean, to be yellow; a wolf:— wolf .

2063. 3NT Z e ,eb, zeft-a&e'; the same as 2061; Zeeb,
a Midianitish prince:— Zeeb.

2063. nttT zo'tta, zothe'; irreg. fern, of 2089; this
(often used adv.):— hereby (-in, -with), it,

likewise, the one (other, same), she, so (much), such

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

2064. ,T3T zabad, zaw-bad'; a prim, root; to con-

fer:— endure.

2065. ,I3T zebed, seh'-bed; from 2064; a gift:—


2066. ,T3T Zabad, zaw-bawd'; from 2064; giver;

Zabad, the name of seven Isr. :— Zabad.

2067. ,'TJT Zabdiy, zab-dee'; from 2065; giving;

Zabdi, the name of four Isr.: — Zabdi.

2068. biCTJT. Zabdiy'el, zab-dee-ale' ; from 2065

and 410; gift of God; Zabdiel, the
name of two Isr.:— Zabdiel.

2069. t3,J3T Z e badyab, zeb-adsyaw' '; or

1FP13T Z e badyabuw, zeb-ad-yaw'-hoo;
from 2064 and 3050; Jah has given;
Zebadjah, the name of nine Isr.:— Zebadiah.

2070. 313T z e buwb, zefe-oofe'; from an unused root

(mean, to flit); a jffy (espec. one of a
stinging nature):— fly.

2071. TOT Za.bu.wd, zaw-bood'; from 2064;

given; Zabud, an Isr. : — Zabud.

2072. TBT Zabbuwd, zab-bood'; a form of 2071;

given; Zabbud, an Isr. :— Zabbud.

2073. bl3T z e buwl, ae-feooZ'; or

b3T ■ e bul,ze6-ooJ'; from 2082; a residence:—
dwell in, dwelling, habitation.

2074. yibttT Z e buwluwn, zeb-oo-loon'; or

,Jlb3T Z e buluwn, zeb-oo-loon'; or

,|bt!aT 2S c buwlun, ze6-oo-!oon'; from 2082;
habitation; Zebulon, a son of Jacob;
also his territory and tribe:— Zebulun.

2075. ,'pbliT Z e buwldniy, zeb-oo-lo-nee' ;

patron, from 2074; a Zebukmite or
desc. of Zebulun:— Zebulonite.

2076. !,DT zabacb, zaw-bakh'; a prim, root; to

slaughter an animal (usually in sacri-
fice):— kill, offer, (do) sacrifice, slay.

2077. f13T zebacb, zeh'-bakh; from 2076; prop, a

slaughter, i.e. the flesh of an animal; by
impl. a sacrifice (the victim or the act):— offer (-ing),

2078. fTST Zebacb, zeh'-bakh; the same as 2077;

sacrifice; Zebach, a Midianitish prince:—

2079. IJ! Zabbay, zab-bah'ee; prob. by orth. err.

for 2140; Zabbai (or Zaccai), an Isr.:—

2080. ttT»3T Z e biydab, zeb-ee-daw'; fem. from

2064; giving; Zebidah, an Israelitess : —

2081. W3T Z e btyna», zeb-ee-naw 1 ; from an un-

used root (mean, to purchase); gain-
fulness; Zebina, an Isr. : — Zebina.

2082. 53T zabal, zaw-bal'; a prim, root; appar.

prop, to inclose, i.e. to reside:— dwell

2083. b3T Z e bul, zeb-ool'; the same as 2073; do-

ling; Zebul, an Isr.:— Zebul. Comp. 2073.
,pbST Z e buluwn. See 2074.

2084. )5.1 z e ban (Chald.), zeb-an'; corresp. to the

root of 2081; to acquire by purchase:—

2085. 3T zag, zawg; from an unused root prob.

mean, to inclose; the skin of a grape:—

2086. IT zeo, zade'; from 2102; arrogant:— pre-

sumptuous, proud.

2087. filT zadown, zaw-done'; from 2102; ar-

rogance:— presumptuously, pride, proud

2088. TIT zeb, zeh; a prim, word; the masc. de-

monst. pron., this or that:— he, X hence,
X here, it (-self), X now, X of him, the one ... the
other, X than the other, (X out of) the (self) same,
such (an one) that, these, this (hath, man), on this side
... on that side, X thus, very, which. Comp. 2063,
2090, 2097, 2098.

2089. SIT zeb (1 Sam. 17 : 34), zeh; by perm, for

7716; a sheep;— Iamb.

2090. Sit zob, zo; for 2088; this or that:— as well as

another, it, this, that, thus and thus.

2091. 3tTT zabab, zaw-hawb 1 ; from an unused

root mean, to shimmer; gold; fig. some-
thing gold-colored (i.e. ,elloio), as oil, a clear sky:—
gold (-en), fair weather.

2092. D: ,IT zabam, zaw-ham'; a prim, root; to be

rancid, i.e. (trans.) to loathe: — abhor.

2093. UTIJ Zabam, zah'-han:; from 2092; loath-

ing; Zaham, an Isr. :--Zaham.

2094. liTj zabar, zaw-har' , a prim, root; to

gleam; fig. to enlighten (by caution):—
admonish, shine, teach, (give) warn (-ing).

2095. 1!lT z«bar (Chald.), zeh-har 1 ; corresp. to

2094; (pass.) be admonished: — take heed.
i. IfIT zobar. zo'-har; from2094; brilliancy:—

2097. IT zow, zo; for 8088; this or that:— that,


2098. IT ziw, zoo; for 2088; this or that:— that

this, X wherein, which, whom.

2099. IT Ziv, zeev'; prob. from an unused root

mean, to be prominent; prop, brightness
[comp. 2122], i.e. (fig.) the month of flowers; Ziv (cor-
resp. to Ijar or May) :— Zif .

2100. 31T zuwb, zoob; a prim, root; to flow freely

(as water), i.e. (spec.) to have a (sexual)
flux; fig. to waste away; also to overflow: — flow,
gush out, have a (running) issue, pine away, run.

2101. 31T zowb, zobe; from 2100; a seminal or

menstrual flux:— issue.

2102. TIT zuwd, zood; or (by perm.)

,PT ziyd, zeed; aprlm.root; toseeifte; fig. to
be insolent:— ,,,,,,,,,e proud, deal proudly, pre-
sume, (come) presumptuously, sod.

2103. TIT zuwd (Chald.), zood; corresp. to 2102; to

fee proud: — in pride.

2104. D,TIT Zuwziym, zoo-zeem'; plur. prob,

from the same as 2123; prominent; Z%-
zites, an aboriginal tribe of Pal.: — Zuzims.

2105. nniT Z6wcb6tb, zo-khayth'; of uncert.

or.; Zocheth, an Isr.:— Zoheth.

2106. HIT zavtytb, zaw-veeth'; appar. from the

same root as 2099 (in the sense of pro-
minence); an angle (as projecting), I.e. (by impl.) a
corner-column (or onto):— comer (stone).

2107. blT zuwl, zool; a prim, root [comp. 2151];

prob. to shake out, i.e. (by impl.) to soot-
ier profusely; fig. to treat lightly:— lavish, despise.

2108. SlblT zuwlab, zoo-law'; from 2107; prop.

scattering, i.e. removal; used adv. ex-
cept:— heside, but, only, save.

2109. ,JIT zuwn zoon; a prim, root; perh. prop.

to fee plump, i.e. (trans.) to nourish: — feed.

2110. ,|1T zuwn (Chald.), zoon; corresp. to 2109:—


2111. SIT zawa,, zoo'-aft; a prim, root; prop, to

shake off, i.e. (fig.) to agitate (as with
fear):— move, tremble, vex.

2112. JP1T zuwa, (Chald.), zoo'-ah; corresp. to

2111; to shake (with fear):— tremble.

2113. WlT zhra'ah, zevaw-aw'; from 2111; agi-

tation, fear:— be removed, trouble, vex-
ation. Comp. 2189.

2114. TIT zuwr, zoor; a prim, root; to turn aside

(espec. for lodging) ; hence to fee o for-
eigner, strange, profane; spec. (act. part.) to commit
adultery: — (come from) another (man, place), fanner,
go away, (e-) strange (-r, thing, woman).

2115. TIT zuwr, zoor; a prim, root [comp. 6695];

to press together, tighten.- — close, crush,
thrust together.

2116. itllT zuwreb, zooreh'; from 2115; trodden

on:— that which is crushed.

2117. NTT zaza', zaw-zaw'; prob. from the root of

2123; prominent; Zaza, an Isr.: — Zaza.

2118. flflT zacbacb, zaw-khakh'; a prim, root; to

shove or displace:— loose.

2119. bTIT zacbal, zaw-khal'; a prim, root; to

crawl; by ImpL to fear:— be afraid, ser-
pent, worm.

2120. nbflt Zdcbeletb, zo-kheh'4eth; tern, act

part of 2119; Brawling (i.e. serpentj;
Zocheleth, a boundary stone in Pal. :— Zoneteth.

2121. 'JTT't zfcydawn, zay-dohn'; from 8102;

boiling of water, i.e. wove.'— proud.

2122. TT ziyv (Chald.), zeev; corresp. to 8099;

(flg.) cheerfulness: — brightness, counte-

2123. VJ ziyz, zee,,' from an unused root appar.

mean, to be conspicuous; fulness of the
breast; also a moving creature: — abundance, wild

2124. NT, 1 ! zlyza', zee-zauf; appar. from the

same as 2123; prominence, Ziza, the
name of two Isr. :— Ziza.

2125. flTT Ziyzak, zee-ami'; another form for

2124; Zizah, an Isr.:— Zizah.

2126. N3 n T Ziyna', zee-naw'; from 2109; well fed;

or pern, an ortb. err. for 2124; Zina, an
Isr. :— Zina.

2127. yy Ziya«, zee'-ah; from 2111; agitation;

Zia, an Isr.:— Zia.

2128. tpT Ztypk, zee,; from the same as 2208;

flowing; Ziph, the name of a place in
Pal. ; also of an Isr. :— Ziph.

2129. fiB,,T Ziypkak, zee-faw,, fern, of 2128; a

flowing; Ziphah, an Isr.:— Ziphah.

2130. ''ECy Ziypbiy, zee-fee'; patrial from 2128; a

Ziphite or inhab. of Zlph:— Ziphim,

2131. tip, 1 ! ziyqak ffsa- 5° ; u ,. zee-,,»«,' (fern.);

J?T ziq, zeefc; or

]JT zeq, za&e; from 2187; prop, what leaps
forth, i.e. flash of Are, or a burning arrow;
also (from the orig. sense of the root) a bond: — chain,
fetter, firebrand, spark.

2132. rPT zayltb, zah'-yith; prob. from an unused

root [akin to .2099] ; an olive (as yielding
illuminating oil), the tree, the branch or the berry:—
olive (tree, -yard), Olivet.

2133. ,|rpT ZSytkan, zay-thawn'; from 2132;

olive grove; Zethan, an Isr. : — Zethan.

2134. ,3T zak, zalc; from 2141; clear:— clean, pure.

2135. J13T zakak, zaw-fcate'; a prim, root [comp.

, , 2141] ; to be translucent; flg. to be in-
nocent:— be (make) clean, cleanse, be clear, count

2136. IDT zakfiw (Chald.), zaw-hoo 1 ; from a root

1 corresp. to 2135; purity:— innocency.

2137. rVDIDT z e kirwkiytk, zek-oo-keeth 1 ; from

' 2135; prop, transparency, i.e. glass:—

2138. TDT zakuwr, zaw-hoor'; prop. pass. part.

1 of 2142, but used for 2145; a moie (of
man or animals):— males, men-children.

2139. TIDT Zakkirwr, zak-koor'; from 2142;

mindful; Zakkur, the name of seven
Isr.:— Zaccur, Zacchur.

2140. ,OT Zakkay, zak-kah'ee; from 2141; pure;

Zakkai, an Isr.:— Zaccai.

2141. WT zakak, zaw-kak'; a prim, root [comp.

2135]; to be transparent or clean (phys.
or mor.):— be (make) clean, be pure (-r).

2142. ,IDT zakar, zaw-kar'; a prim, root; prop.

to mark (so as to be recognized), i.e. to
remember; by impl. to mention; also (as denom.
from 2145) to be male:— X burn [incense], X earn-
estly, be male, (make) mention (of), be mindful, re-
count, record ,-er), remember, make to be remem-
bered, bring (call, come, keep, put) to (in) remem-
brance, X still, think on, X well.

2143. IDT zfcker, zay'-ker; or

IDT zeker, zeh'-ker; from 2142; a memento,
abstr. recollection (rarely if ever); by
lmpl. commemoration;— memorial, memory, remem-
brance, scent.

2144. ,IDT Zeker, zeh'-ker; the same as 2143; Zeker,

an Isr.:— Zeker.

2145. ,IDT zakar, zaw-kawr 1 ; from 2142; prop.

remembered, i.e. a male (of man or ani-
mals, as being the most noteworthy sex):— X him,
male, man (child, -kind).





2146. ,jilpT zlkrown, zik-rone'; from 2142; a

memento (or memorable thing, day or
writing): — memorial, record.

2147. ,,DT Zikriy, zik-ree'; from 2142; memora-

ble; Zicri, the name of twelve Isr.:—

2148. In,lDT Z e karyak, zek-ar-yaw 1 ; or

IiT'IDT Z,karyabiiw, zek-ar-yaw 1 -hoo;
from 2142 and 3050; Jah has remem-
bered; Zecarjah, the name of twenty-nine Isr.:—
Zacbariah, Zechariah.

2149. ttfej zulluwtb, zool-looth'; from 2151;

prop, a shaking, l.e. perh. a tempest:—

2150. btbt zalzal, zal-zal'; by redupl. from 2151;

tremulous, i.e. a twig: — sprig.

2151. VbT zalal, zau,-!aJ'; a prim, root [comp. 2107];

to shake (as in the wind), i.e. to quake; flg.
to be loose morally, worthless or prodigal:— blow
down, glutton, riotous (eater),,vile.

2152. rtsybT zal'aphak, zal-aw-favi '; or

S1BS5T zll'aphaph, zil-aw-faw'; from
2196; a glow (of wind or anger); also a
famine (as consuming) :— horrible, horror, terrible.

2153. InsbT Zilpah, zil-paw; from an unused

root appar. mean, to trickle, as myrrh;
fragrant dropping; Zilpah, Leah's maid:— Zilpah.

2154. STHT zlmmak, zim-maw'; or

X •

?TST zammah, zam-maw'; from 2161; a
plan, espec. a bad one:— heinous crime,
lewd (-ly, -ness), mischief, purpose, thought, wicked
(device, mind, -ness).

2155. ST72T Zimmah, zim-maw'; the same as

2154; Zimmah, the name of two Isr.:—

2156. 7,I,li73T z e m6wrak, zem-o-raw'; or

!TT:T z e m«»rak, zem-o-raw' (fern.) ; and

,1uT z'mor, zem-ore' (masc): from 2168;
a twig (as pruned):— vine, branch, slip.

2157. DtpT Zamzom, zam-zome' ; from 2161; in-

triguing; a Zamzumite, or native tribe
of Pal. :— Zamzummim.

2158. TBt zamiyr, zaw-meer'; or

,T3T zamir, zaw-meer'; and (fern.)

FIT3T z e mirak, zem-ee-raw'; from 2167; a
song to be accompanied with instru-
mental music:— psalm (-1st), singing, song.

2159. TMT zamiyr, zaw-meer 1 ; from 2168; a

twig (as pruned): — branch.

2160. rVMSy Z e miyrak, zem-ee,raw'; fem. of

2158; song; Zemirah, an Isr.:—

2161. DMT zamam, zaw-mdm'; a prim, root; to

plan, usually in a bad sense: — consider,
devise, imagine, plot, purpose, think (evil).

2162. CUT zamam, zaw-mawm'; from 2161; a

plot— wicked device.

2163. yiyj zaman, zaw-man'; a prim, root; to fix

(a time): — appoint.

2164. ,faT z e man (Chald.), zem,m'; corresp. to

2163; to agree (on a time and places-

2165. TOT z e man, zem-awn'; from 2163; an ap-

pointed occasion:— season, time.

2166. 1KT z e man (Chald.), zem-awn'; from 2165;

the same as 2165:— season, time.

2167. TnT zamar, zauMnar'; a prim, root [perh.

ident. with 2168 through the idea of strik-
ing with the fingers]; prop, to touch the strings or
parts of a musical instrument, i.e. play upon it; to
make music, accompanied by the voice; hence to cel-
ebrate in song and music:— give praise, sing forth
praises, psalms.

2168. ,|BT zamar, zaw-mar' '; a prim, root [comp.

, 2-,67, 5568, 6785]; to trim (a vine):— prune.

2169. ,TOT zemer, zeh'-mer; appar. from 2167 or

2168; a gazelle (from its lightly touching
the ground):— chamois.


,IMT z e mar (Chald.), zem-awr'; from a root
corresp. to 2167; instrumental music:—

THT zamir.

, T

,ifey z e mor.

See 2158.
See 2156.



THT zamntar (Chald.), zam-mawr'; from
the same as 2170; an instrumental musi-

STIHT zlmrak, zim-raw'; from 2167; a mu-
sical piece or song to be accompanied
by an instrument:— melody, psalm.
2173 iTTOT zlmrak, zim-raw'; from 2168;
pruned (i.e. choice) fruit:— best fruit.
SfTHT zemirak. See 2158.

STlfay zomorak. See 2156.

2174. fflfi ZImriy, ziro-ree'; from 2167; musical;

Zimri, the name of five Isr., and of an
Arabian tribe:— Zimri.

2175. fTBJ Zimran, zinwrawn'; from 2167; mu-

sical; Zimran, a son of Abraham by
Keturah :— Zimran.

2176. rTTDT zlmrath, zim-raioia'; from 2167; in-

strumental music; by impl. praise:—

2177. )t zan, zan; from 2109; prop, nourished (or

fully developed), i.e. a, form or sort: — divers
kinds, X all manner of store.

2178. ■)! zan (Chald.), zan; corresp. to 8177;

sort: — kind.

2179. D?T zanab, zaw-nab'; a prim, root mean, to

way; used only as a denom. from 2180;
to curtail, i.e. cut off the rear:— smite the hindmost.

2180. DJT zanab, zaw-nawb'; from 2179 (in the

orig. sense of flapping); the toil (lit. or
flg.):— tail.

2181. niT zanab, zaw-naw'; a prim, root [highly

fed and therefore wanton]; to commit
adultery (usually of the female, and less often of
simple fornication, rarely of involuntary ravishment)-,
flg. to commit idolatry (the Jewish people being re-
garded as the spouse of Jehovah):— (cause to) commit
fornication, X continually, x great, (be an, play the)
harlot, (cause to be, play the) whore, (commit, fall to)
whoredom, (cause to) go a- whoring, whorish.

2182. H13T Zanowach, zaw-no'-akh; from 2186;

rejected; Zanoach, the name of two
places in Pal.:— Zanoah.

2183. ,|13T zannwn, zaio-noom'; from 8181; adul-

tery; fig. idolatry:— whoredom.

2184. HIST z'nnwth, zen-ooth'; from 2181; adul-

tery, i.e. (flg.) infidelity, idolatry:—

2185. HIST zdndwth, zo-noth'; regarded by some

as if from 2109 or an unused root, and
applied to military equipments; but evidently the
fem. plur. act. part, of 2181; harlots:— armour.

2186. I1J3T zanack, zaw-nakh'; a prim, root mean.

to push aside, i.e. reject, forsake, fail: —
cast away (off), remove far away (off).

2187. pJT zanaq. zaw-nak'; a prim, root; prop.

to draw together the feet (as an animal
about to dart upon its prey), I.e. to spring forward:—

2188. !,WT z@'ab, zay-aw 1 ; from 8111 (in the sense

of 3154); perspiration:— sweat.

2189. tTWT za'avak, zah-av-avf; by transp. for

2113; agitation, maltreatment:— X re-
moved, trouble.

2190. y,,,,,,,,Sl Ia.t&T&n, zah-av-awn' ; : from 2111; dis-

quiet; Zaavan, an Idumaaan:— Zaavan.

2191. TW ze'feyr, zeh-ayr'; from an unused root

' [akin (by perm.) to 6819], mean, to dwin-
dle; small:— little.

2192. Tin z e «6yr (Chald.), xeh-avr 1 ; corresp. to

, ' 2191:— little.

TWT za'ak, zam-ak 1 ; a prim, root; to extin-
1 • -be extinct.


2194. ftPT za'am, zaw-am'; a prim, root; prop, to
foam at the mouth, i.e. to be enraged:—
abhor, abominable, (be) angry, defy, (have) indigna-
| tion,




2195. D?T za'am, zah'-am; from 2194; strictly

froth at the mouth, i.e. (fig.) fury (espec.
of God's displeasure with sin):— angry, indignation,

2196. M?T za,apb, zaw-af; a prim, root; prop.

to boil up, i.e. (fig.) to be peevish or
angry:— fret, sad, worse liking, be wroth.

2197. £]3,T za'apb, zah'-af; from 2196; anger:—

indignation, rage (-ing), wrath.

2198. RS,1 zu'epb, zaw-af e'; from 2196; angry:—


2199. p3,T za'aq, zaw-ak'; a prim, root; to shriek

(from anguish or danger); by anal, (as a
herald) to announce or convene publicly: — assemble,
call (together), (make a) cry (out), come with such a
company, gather (together), cause to be proclaimed.

2200. p3,T zo'iq (Chald.), zeh'-eek; corresp. to 2199;

to make an outcry:— cry.

2201. ]?{S,T za-aq, zah'-ak; and (fern.)

SlpST z e ,aqah, zeh-aw-kaw 1 '; from 2199; a
shriek or outcry v— cry (-ing).

2202. ,jhST Zlpbron, zi-frone'; from an unused

root (mean, to be fragrant) ; Ziphron, a
place in Pal.:— Ziphron.

2203. riDT zepbetb, zeh'-feth; from an unused

root (mean, to liquify); asphalt (from its
tendency to soften in the sun):— pitch,
pt ziq, or pj zfeq. See 2131.

2204. ,j5T zaqen, zaw-kane'; a prim, root; to be

old:— aged man, be (wax) old (man).

2205. ,pT zaqen, zaw-kane'; from 3304; old:—

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

2206. ,jpT zaqan, zaw-kawn'; from 2204; the

beard (as indicating age):— beard.

2207. ,)pT zdqen, zo'-ken; from 2304; old age:-


2208. pT zaqun, zato-fcoon',' prop. pass. part, of

2204 (used only in the plur. as a noun) ; old
age:— old age.

2209. fllpT zlqnab, zik-maio',- fem. of 2205; old

age.— old (age).
2210 D)?T zaqapb, zaw-kaf; a prim, root; to
lift, i.e. (fig.) comfort:— raise (up).

2211. £©T z-qapb (Chald.), zek-af; corresp. to

2210; to hang, i.e. impale:— set up.

2212. W5T zaqaq, zaw-kak'; a prim, root; to

strain, (fig.) extract, clarify:— fine, pom-
down, purge, purify, refine.

2213. IT ze,r, zare; from 2237 (in the sense of scat-

tering); a chaplet (as spread around the
top), l.e. (spec.) a border moulding:— crown.

2214. 81T zara'.zaw-raio'; from 2114 (in the sense

, of estrangement) [comp. 2219]; dis-
gust: — loathsome.

2215. yit zarab, zaw-rab'; a prim, root; to flow

away: — wax warm.

2216. bS3,Yf Z e rtibbabel,zer-oob-oau,oel';from

2215 and 894; descended of (i.e. from)
Babylon, i.e. born there; Zerubbabel, an Isr.:—

2217. b331T Z e rnbbabel (Chald.), zer-oob-baw-

bel'; corresp. to 2216:— Zerubbabel.

2218. 15J Zered, zeh'-red; from an unused root

mean, to be exuberant in growth; lined
With shrubbery; Zered, a brook E. of the Dead Sea:—
Zared, Zered.

2-219. 7T1T zarab, zaw-raw 1 ; a prim, root [comp.
2114; to toss about; by impl. to diffuse,
winnow:— cast away, compass, disperse, fan, scatter
(away), spread, strew, winnow.

0. SilT z e r6wa«, zer-o'-aft; or (short.)

I3J,|T z®r6a«, zer-o'-ah; and (fem.)

TO'TlT z,ow'ab, zer-o-aw 1 ; or

HSHf z c rd'ab, zer-o-aw 1 ; from 2232; the
arm (as stretched out), or (of animals)
the foreleg; fig. force:— arm, + help, mighty, power,
shoulder, strength.

2221. 8V,J! zfirftwa,, zay-roo'-ah; from 2232;
something sown, i.e. a plant;— sowing,
thing that is sown.

2222. tpOI zarziypb, zar-zeef; by redupl. from

! an unused root mean, to flow; a, pour-
ing rain: — water.

Wi,lT z e rdw«all. See 2220.

2223. Tift! zarziyr, mr-zeer 1 ; by redupl. from

', 2115; prop, tightly girt, i.e. prob. a
racer, or some fleet animal (as being slender in the
waist): 1- greyhound.

2224. rtlT zaracb, zaw-rakh'; a prim, root; prop,

to irradiate (or shoot forth beams), i.e.
to rise (as the sun); spec, to appear (as a symptom of
leprosy):— arise, rise (up), as soon as it is up.

2225. ITTr zeracb, zeh'-rakh; from 2224; arising

of light:— rising.

2226. rfnT Zeracb, zeh'-rakh; the same as 2225:

Zerach, the name of three Isr., also of an
Idumaean and an Ethiopian prince:— Zarah, Zerah.

2227. ,WIT Zarcbty, zar-fcfcee',- patron, from 2226;

a Zarchite or desc. of Zerach: — Zarchite.

2228. iTTM Z e racbyab, zer-akh-y aw' ; from

2225 and 3050; Jah has risen; Zerach-
jah, the name of two Isr.:— Zerahiah.

2229. d,T zaram, zaw-ram'; a prim, root; to

gush (as water) :— carry away as with a
flood, pour out.

2230. D,IT zerem, zeh'-rem; from 2229; a gush of

water: — flood, overflowing, shower, storm,

2231. TXKn zlrmab, zir,maw'; fem. of 2230; a

gushing of fluid (semen) :— issue.

2232. yiT zarat, zaw-rah'; a prim, root; to sow;

tig. to disseminate, plant, fructify: —
bear, conceive seed, set with, sow (-er), yield.

2233. VlJ zera«, zeh'-rah; from 2232; seed; fig.

fruit, plant, sowing-time, posterity:—
X carnally, child, fruitful, seed (-time), sowing-time.

2234. 9,f «,,»« (Chald.), zer-ah'; corresp. to 2233;

posterity: — seed.
5,hT z e r6a«. See 2220.

2235. 3,,tT zeroa', zay-ro'-ah; or

fyiT zera'dn, zay-raw-ohn' ; from 2232;
something sown (only in the plur.), i.e. a
vegetable (as food):— pulse.

TO'lT z-Tto&b. See 2220.

2236. p'lT zaraq, zaw-rak'; a prim, root; to

sprinkle (fluid or solid particles):— be
here and there, scatter, sprinkle, strew.

2237. TIT zarar, zaw-rar'; a prim, root [comp.

2114]; perh. to diffuse, i.e. (spec.) to
sneeze: — sneeze.

2238. ffi,T Zeresh, zeh'-resh; of Pers.or.; Zeresh,

Banian's wife:— Zeresh.

2239. rV,lT zeretb, zeh'-reth; from2219; thespread

of the fingers, i.e. a span:— span.

2240. N1DT Zattdw', zat-too 1 ; of uncert. der.;

Zattu, an Isr.:— Zattu.

2241. DPT ZStbAm, zay-thawm'; appar. a var. for

2133; Zetham, an Isr.:— Zetham.

2242. iriT Zetbar, za.y-thar'; of Pers.or.; Zethar,

a eunuch of Xerxes:— Zethar.


2243. 3n cbdb, khobe; by contr. from 2245; prop.

a cherisher, i.e. the bosom:— bosom.

2244. NSH cbaba.', khaw-baw'; a prim, root

[comp. 2245] ; to secrete;— X held, hide
(self), do secretly.

2245. Sin cbabab, khaw-bab'; a prim, root

[comp. 3344, 3247]; prop, to hide (as in
the bosom), i.e. to cherish (with affection):— love.

2246. aan Cbobab, kho-bawb'; from 2245; cher-

ished; Ohobab, father-in-law of Moses:—

2247. Man cbabab, khaw-bah'; a prim, root

[comp. 2245]; to secrete.-— hide (self).

2248. nbian cbabOTrlab (Chald.), Mao-oo-to';

, from 2255; prop, overthrown. I.e.
(morally) crime:— hurt.

I. liatl Chabowr, khaw-bore'; from 2266;

united; Chabor, a river of Assyria:


2250. TTlian cbabbft-wrab, khab-boo-raW; or

nian cbabburab, khab-boo-raw' ; or

rtpan chaburab, khab-oo,raw' ; from
2266; prop, bound (with stripes), i.e. a
weal (or blaek-and-blue mark itself):— blueness,
bruise, hurt, stripe, wound.

2251. £aap cbabat, khaw-bat'; a prim, root; to

knock out or off:— beat (off, out), thresh.

2252. Sljan Ch&bayab, khab-ah-yaw' ; or

•,PaO Cbabayah, khab-aw-yaw 1 '; from
2247 and 3050; Jah has hidden • Chaba-
jah. inlsr.: — Habaiah.

3253. Tl,an chebydwn, kheb-yone 1 ; from 2247;
a concealment:— hiding.

2254. ,5n cbabal, khaw-bal'; a prim, root; to
wind tightly (as a rope), i.e. to bind;

spec, by a pledge: flg. to pervert, destroy; also to
writhe in pain (espec. of parturition):— x at all,
band, bring forth, (deal) corrupt (-ly), destroy, of-
fend, lay to (take a) pledge, spoil, travail, x very,

2255. ban cbabal (Chald.), khab-al'; corresp. to
2254; to ruin: — destroy, hurt

2256. ban cbebel, kheh'-bel; or

bail cbebel, khay'-bel; from 2254; a rore
(as twisted), espec. a measuring line; bj
impl. a district or inheritance (as measured); or a
noose (as of cords); flg. a company {as if tied to-
gether); also a throe (espec. of parturition); also
ruin:— band, coast, company, cord, country, destruc-
tion, line, lot, pain, pang, portion, region, rope, snare,
sorrow, tackling.

2257. ban cbabal (Chald.), khab-al'; from 2255;

harm (personal or pecuniary): — damage,

2258. ban cbabfil, khab-ole'; or (fem.)

TOan cbabolab. khab-o-law'; from 2254;
a pawn (as security for debt):— pledge.

2259. ban chobel, kho-bale'; act. part, from 2254

(in the sense of handling ropes); a
sailor:— pilot, shipmaster.

2260. ban cblbbel, khib-bale'; from 2254 (in the

sense of furnished with ropes); a
mast: — mast.

2261. nbsan cbabatstseletb, khab-ats-tseh'-

leth; of uncert. der.; prob. meadow-
saffron: — rose.

2262. n;SSan Cbabatstsanyab, khab-ats-

tsan-yaw'; of uncert. der.; Chab-
atstsanjah, a Eechabite:— Habazaniah.

2263. pan cbabaq, khaw-bak'; a prim, root; to

clasp (the hands or in embrace): — em-
brace, fold.

2264. pan cbibbuq, fcfcio-&oo&' ,-from2263; aclasp-

ing of the hands (in idleness):— fold.

2265. plpan Cbabaqquwq, khab-ak-kook' ; by

redupl. from 2263; embrace; Chabak-
kuk, the prophet:— Habakkuk.

2266. ian cbabar, khaw-bar'; a prim, root; to

join (lit. or flg.); spec, (by means of
spells) to fascinate:— charm (-er), be compact, couple
(together), have fellowship with, heap up, join (self,
together), league.

2267. ,ian cbeber, kheh'-ber; from 2266; a so-

ciety; also a spell: ,,,,,,,,- charmer (-ing),

company, enchantment, X wide.

2268. ,Qn Cbeber, hheh'-ber; the same as 2267;

community; Cheber, the name of a Ken,
ite and of three Isr.:— Heber.

2269. 'nan cbabar (Chald.), khab-ar 1 ; from a root

corresp. to 2266; an associate:— compan-
ion, fellow.

2270. 'nan cbaber, khaw-bare 1 ; from 8266; an

associate:— companion, fellow, knit

2271. ,ian cbabbar, fcftao-oawr'; from 2266; e,

partner: — companion.




fTfiffan ch&barbfirah, khab-ar-boo-
raw'; by redupl. from 2266; a
streak (like a line), as on the tiger:— spot.

2273. fTflrt chabrah (Chald.), khab,raw'; fern.

of 2269; an associate;— other.

2274. STJin chebr&h, kheb-raw 1 ; tern, of 2267;

association:— company.

2275. ,jillH Chebrown, kheb-rone'; from 2267;

seat of association; Chebron, a place
in Pal., also the name of two Isr.:— Hebron.

2276. ,O'Tnin Chebrowniy, khebwnee' ; or

,,■Han Chebroniy. kheb,' ; patron,
from 2275; Chebronite (collect.), an in-
hab. of Chebron:— Hebronites.

2277. ,',tan Chehriy, JAee-ree',- patron, from

2268; a Chebrite (collect.) or desc. of
Cheber:— Heberites.

2278. man chabereth, khab-eh'-reth; tern, of

2270; a consort:— companion.

2279. niah chobereth, kho-beh'-reth; fern. act.

part, of 2266; a joint:— which coup-
leth, coupling.

3280. ©an chabash, khaw-bash'; a prim, root;
to wrap firmly (espec. a turban, com-
press, or saddle); flg. to stop, to rule:— bind (up),
gird about, govern, healer, put, saddle, wrap about.

2281. natl chabeth, khaw-bayth'; from an un-

used root prob. mean, to cook [comp.
4227]; something fried, prob. a griddle-cofce;— pan.

2282. m chag, khag; or

jn cbag, khawg; from 2287; a festival, or a
victim therefor:— (solemn) feast (day),
sacrifice, solemnity.

2283. SCn chagfi.', khaw-gaw 1 ; from an unused

root mean, to revolve [comp. 2287] ; prop.
vertigo, i.e. (flg.) fear:— terror.

am cbagab, khaw-gawb'; of uncert. der.;

a locust: — locust,
asn Cbagab, khaw-gawb'; the same as
,T 2284; locust; Chagab, one of the Neth-
inim:— Hagab.

2286. Nasn CbagabA', khag-aw-baW; or
t13Sn Chagabah, khag-aw-baw 1 ; fem. of

,, ' 2285; locust; Chagaba or Ohagabah,
one of the Nethinim:— Hagaba, Hagabah.

2287. 3jn lebagag, khaw-gag'; a prim, root [comp.

2283, 2328; prop, to move in a circle, i.e.
(spec.) to march in a sacred procession, to observe a
festival; by impl. to be giddy: — celebrate, dance, (keep,
hold) a (solemn) feast (holiday), reel to and fro.

2288. 130 chftgav, khag-awv'; from an unused

root mean, to take refuge; a rift in
rocks:— cleft.

,TUn chag6vsr, khaw-gp~,'; from 2296;

belted:— girded with.
1130 chagdwr, khag-ore'; or
,IJn cbagdr, khag-ore'; and (fem.)
STlTin ehagowrah, khag-o-raw 4 ; or

fTlin ch&gorah, khag-o-raw'; from 2296;
a belt (for the waist):— apron, armour,
gird Me).

2291. ,'an Cbaggiy, khag-ghee'; from 2287;
festive; Chaggi, an Isr. ; also (patron.) a
Chaggite, or desc. of the same:— Haggi, Haggites.

■'lO Cbaggay, khag-gah'ee; from 2282; fes-
tive; Chaggai, a Heb. prophet: — Haggai.
!,IJ.?n Chaggiyah, khag-ghee-yaw' ; from
2282 and 3050; festival of Jah; Chaggi-
jah, an Isr. :— Haggiab.

2294. rPSfl Chagglyith, khag-gheeth'; fem. of

2291; festive; Chaggith, a wife of
David :— Haggith.

2295. nbW Choglah, khog-laW; ot uncert. der. ;

prob. a partridge; Choglah, an Israel -
itess:— Hoglah. See also 1031.

2296. Ian chagar, khaw-gar 1 ; a prim, root; to

gird on (as a belt, armor, etc.):— be able
to put on, be afraid, appointed, gird, restrain, x on
every side.

2297. in chad, khad; abridged from 259; one:—


TTJI chad (Chald.), khad; corresp. to 2297; as
card, one; as art. single; as ord. first;
adv. at once:— a, first, one, together.

2299. in chad, khad; from 2300; sharp:— sharp.

2300. Iin chadad, khaw-dad'; a prim, root; to

be (caus. make) sharp or (flg.) severe:—
be fierce, sharpen.

2301. Iiq Chadad, khaiUid'; from 2300; fierce;

Chadad, an Ishmaelite:— Hadad.

2302. !lin chadah, khaw-daW; a prim, root; to

rejoice:— make glad, be joined, rejoice.

2303. Ilin ehaddnwd, khad-dood'; from 2300;

a point:— sharp.

2304. TTlin chedvah, khed-vaw'; from 2303; re-

joicing:- gladness, joy.

2305. tllin chedvah (Chald.), khed-waw'; cor-

resp. to 2304:— joy.

2306. ,HO ehftdiy (Chald.), khad-ee'; corresp. to

2873; a breast:— breast.

2307. I,in Chadiyd, khaw-deed'; from 2300; a

peak; Chadid, a place in Pal. :— Hadid.

2308. blf! chadal, khaw-daV; a prim, root;

prop, to be flabby, i.e. (by impl.) desist;
(flg.) be lacking or idle: — cease, end, fail, forbear, for-
sake, leave (off), let alone, rest, be unoccupied, want.

2309. bill chedel, kheh'-del; from 2308; rest, i.e.

the state of the dead:— world,

2310. bin chadel, khaw-dale'; from 2308;

vacant, i.e. ceasing or destitute: — he that
forbeareth, frail, rejected.

2311. ,bin Ohadlay, khad-lah'ee; from 2809;

idle; Chadlai, an Isr. : — Hadlai.

2312. pill ,hfidcq, khay'-dek; from an unused

root mean, to sting; e. prickly plsmt:—
brier, thorn.

2313. bpin Chlddeqel, khid-deh'-kel; prob. of

for. or.; the Chiddekel (or Tigris)
river:— Hiddekel.

2314. ,1in chadar, khaw-dar 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to inclose (as a room), i.e. (by
anal.) to beset (as in a siege):— enter a privy chamber.

2315. Tin cheder, kheh'-der; from 2314; »n

apartment (usually lit.):— ([bed] inner)
chamber, innermost (-ward) part, parlour, + south,
X within.

2316. IIQ Chadar, khad-ar 1 ; another form for

2315; chamber; Chadar, an Ishmaelite: —

2317. ,SftlO Chadrah, khad-rawk'; of uncert.

der.; Chadrak, a Syrian deity:—

2318. VUin chadash, khaw-dash'; a prim, root;

to be new; caus. to rebuild:— renew,

2319. Bin chadash, khaw-dawsh'; from 2318;

new:— fresh, new thing.

2320. Tljlh chodesh, kho'-desh; from 2818; the

new moon; by impl. a month:— month
(-ly), new moon.

2321. IBlh Chodesh, kho'-desh; the same as 2320;

Chodesh, an Israelitess:— Hodesh.

2322. Utiin Chadashah, khad-aw-shaw' ; fem.

of 2819; new; Chadashah, a place in
Pal.:— Hadasbah.

Pin chadath (Ohald.), fcfcad-aWi.'; corresp.

to 2319; new:— new.
Nin chavfi' (Chald.), khaiww 1 ; corresp. to

2381 ; to show:— shew.
ain chftwb, khoob; also

a,n chayab, khaw-yaV; a prim, root;
prop. perh. to He, i.e. (flg. and reflex.) to
owe, or (by impl.) to forfeit:— make endanger.

2326. aitt chdwb, khobe; from 2325; debt:—


2327. iiain chowbah, kho-baw'; fem. act. part.

of 2247; hidi ng place; Chobah, a place
in Syria:— Hobah.

2328. 3W chuwg, khoog; a prim, root jcomp.

2287] ; to describe a circle: — compass.
31tt chfiwg, khoog; from 2328; a circle: —
circle, circuit, compass.


2330. Tin chnwd, khood; a prim, root; prop, to

tie a knot, i.e. (flg.) to propound a rid-
dle:— put forth.

2331. mn charah, khawnvah'; a prim, root;

[comp. 2824, 2421] ; prop, to live; by impl,
(intens.) to declare or show:— show.

2332. Slin Chavvah, khav-vaw'; eausat. from

2331 ; life-giver; Chavvah (or Eve), the
first woman:— Eve.

2333. fTin chavvah, khowoaw'; prop, (he game

as 2332 (life-giving, i.e. living-place); by
impL an encampment or village:— (small) town.

2334. T?; niin Ouwowth TTa«iyr, khav-

vothe' yaw-eer'; from the plur. of
2333 and a modification of 3265; hamlets ofjair, a re-
gion of Pal.:— [Bashan-] Havoth-jair.

2335. ,Tin Chowaay, kho-zah'ee; from 2S74; vis-

ionary; Chozai, an Isr.:— the seers.

2336. frin chdivach, kho'-akh; from an unused

rootappar. mean, to pierce; a thorn; by
anal, a ring for the nose:— bramble, thistle, thorn.

2337. mn chavach, khaw-vawkh'; perh. Hie same

as 2336; a dell or crevice (as if pierced in
the earth):— thicket.

2338. tain chfrwrt (Chald.), khoot; corresp. to the

root of 2339, perh. as a denom. ; to string
together, i.e. (flg.) to repair:— join.

2339. ttin olinwt. khoot; from an unused root

prob. mean, to sew; a string; by impl. a
measuring tape:— cord, fillet, line, thread.

2340. ,,ttl Chlwty, khiv-vee 1 ; perh. from 2383; a

villager; a Chiwite, one of the aboriginal
tribes of Pal. :— Hivite.

2341. Ilb,in Chavtylah, khav-ee-law' ; prob.

from 2812; circular; Chavilah, the
name of two or three eastern regions; also perh. of
two men:— Havilah.

2342. bin chawl, khool; or

b,TI chtyl, kheel; a prim, root; prop, to
twist or whirl (in a circular or spiral man-
ner), i.e. (spec.) to dance, to writhe in pain (espec. of
parturition) or fear; fig. to wait, to pervert:— bear,
(make to) bring forth, (make to) calve, dance, drive
away, fall grievously (with pain), fear, form, great,
grieve, (be) grievous, hope, look, make, be in pain, be
much (sore) pained, rest, shake, shapen, (be) sorrow
(-ful), stay, tarry, travail (with pain), tremble, trust,
wait carefully (patiently), be wounded.

2343. Sin Chfrcvl, khool; from 2342; a circle;

Chul, a son of Aram; also the region set-
tled by him:— Hul.

2344. bin chfiwl, khole; from 2342; sand (as

round or whirling particles):— sand.

2345. Bin chuwm, khoom; from an unused root

mean, to be warm, i.e. (by impl.) sun-
burnt or swarthy (blackish):— brown.

2346. fTOin chowmah, kho-maw'; fem. act

part, of an unused root appar. mean, to
join; a.wallol protection:— wall, walled.

2347. Din chftwc, khoos; a prim, root; prop, to

cover, i.e. (flg.) to compassionate:— pity,
regard, spare.

2348. Elin chowph, khofe; from an unused root

mean, to cover; a cove (as a sheltered
bay): — coast [of the sea], haven, shore, [sea-] side.

2349. fiBin Chavrpham, khoo-fawm'; from the

same as 2348; protection: Chupham, an
Isr.:— Hupham.

2350. ,'MBin ChAwphamiy, khoo-faw-mee 1 ;

patron, from 2349; a Chuphamite or
desc. of Chupham:— Huphamites.

2351. Vm chft-wts, khoots; or (short.)

V,n chfits, khoots; (both forms fem. in the

plur.) from an unused root mean, to sever;

prop, separate by a wall, i.e. outside, outdoors:—

abroad, field, forth, highway, more, out (-side, -ward),

street, without.

pin chftwq. See 2436.

ppitl ChuwqSq. See 2712.




,AH ch&irr, khoor; or (short.)

n£T ehdr, khoor; from an unused root prob.
mean, to bore; the crevice of a serpent;
the cell of a prison:— hole.

8353. Tin ehuwi-, khoor; from 8357; white
linen:— white.

2354. TOT Chfiwr. khoor; the same as 2353 or

3358; Chur, the name of four 1st. and one
Midianite:— Hur.

2355. Tin chowr, khore; the same as 8353; white

linen:— network. Comp. 2715.

2356. Tin chowr, khore; or (short.)

Tn cbdr, khore; the same as 3352; a cavity,
socket, den: — cave, hole.

2357. Tin cbavar, khtmyvar'; a prim, root; to

blanch (as with shame):— wax pale.

2358. Tin cblw&r (Chald.), khiv-vawr' ; from a

root corresp. to 3357; white:— white.
,pTin Chowrown. See 1032.
•,Tin cbowriy. See 3753.

2359. ,'Tin Chuwriy, fcftoo-ree',- prob. from 8353;

linen- worker; Churi, an Isr. :— Huri.

0. ,,in Cbuwray, fcftoo-rafc'ee; prob. anorth.
var. for 2359; Churai, an Isr.:— Hurai.

2361. dTOT Chuwram, khoo-rawm'; prob. from

3353; whiteness, i.e. noble; Ctararo, the
name of an Isr. and two Syrians:— Huram. Comp.

2362. ,JT1D ©havran, khav-rawn'; appar. from

2357 (in the sense of 8352); cavernous;
Chavran, a region E. of the Jordan:— Hauran,

2363. OT1 cbirwsb, fcoosft; a prim, root; to

hurry; fig. to be eager with excitement
or enjoyment:— (make) haste (-n), ready.

2364. ntljin Cbftwshab, khoo-shaw'; from 3363;

T haste; Ohushah, an Isr.:— Hushah.

2365. ,'ItJOT Cbnwsbay, fcftoo-s,iaft'ee,- from 8363;

hasty; Chushai, an Isr. : — Hushai.

2366. Q,IBin Chfiwshiym, khoo-sheem'; or
tin5n Cbiisblym, khoo-shem'; or

filljn Chxishim, khoo-sheem'; plur. from
2363; hasters; Chushim, the name of
three Isr.: — Hushim.

2367. QlUfn Ch&wsham, khoo-shawm'; or
DTlJn Cbusham, khoo-shawm'; from 2363;

hastily; Ohusham, an Idumeean:—

2368. Dnin cbowtham, kho-thawm'; or

ftn'n chotham, kho-thawm'; from 8856; a
signature-ring: — seal, signet.

2369. dnin Cbdwtbam, kho-thawm' , the same

as 2368; seal; Chotham, the name of
two Isr.: — Hotham, Hothan.

2370. NTrj cbaza' (Chald.), khaz-aw'; or

rtTtt chazah (Chald.), khaz-aw'; corresp. to
T 2373; to gaaeupon; mentally to dream,
be usual (i.e. seem):— behold, have [a dream], see, be

2371. Vwn Cb&za'el, khaz-aw-ale' ; or

b$nTn cb&zab'el, khaz-aw-ale'; from 3373
and 410; Qod has seen; Chazael, a
king of Syria:— Hazael.

2372. ntn cbazah, khaw-zaus; a prim, root; to

gaze at; mentally to perceive, contem-
plate (with pleasure) ; spec, to have a vision of:— be-
hold, look, prophesy, provide, see.

2373. ntn chazeh, khaw-zeh'; from 2373; the

breast (as most seen in front) :— breast.
2874. STrh chozeh, kho-zeh'; act. part, of 8373; a

beholder in vision; also a compact (as
toofced upon with approval):— agreement, prophet,
see that, seer, [star-1 gazer.

bNMtn Cbazah'el. See 3371.

2375. ITn Cbazow, khaz-o'; from 2372; seer;
Chazo, a nephew of Abraham : — Hazo.

2376. ITn chezev (Chald.), khay'-zev; from 2370;

a sight:— look, vision.

2377. 'JITn chazfrwn, khaw-zone'; from 2373; a

sijjM (mentally), i.e. a dream, revelation,
or oracle.-— vision.

2378. nim chazowtb, khaw-zooth'; from 3373;

a revelation:— vision.

2379. nim. eh&zowtb (Chald.), khaz-oth'; from

3370; a view:— sight.

2380. rflTtt cbazikwtb, khaw-zooth'; from 8373;

a loofc; hence (fig.) striking appearance,
revelation, or (by impl.) compact:— agreement, nota-
ble (one), vision.

2381. bSTtn Ch&ziy'el, khaz-ee-ale'; from 3373

and 410; seen of Qod; Chaziel, a Le-
vite:— Haziel.

2382. FPTn Ch&zayab., khaz-aw-yaw 1 ; from 8372

and 8050; Jah has seen; Chazajah, an
Isr.:— Hazaiah.

2383. ,pTn Cbezyown, khez-yone'; from 3378;

vision; Chezjon, a Syrian:— Hezion.

2384. 1 TJtt chizzayown, khiz-zaw-yone' ; from

3373; a revelation, espec. by dream:—

2385. T,Tn chaziyz, khaw-zeez'; from an unused

root mean, to glare; a flash of light-
ning:— bright cloud, lightning.

2386. TVl! cbaziyr, khaz-eer'; from an unused

root prob. mean, to inclose; a hog (perh.
as penned): — boar, swine.

2387. T , Tn Cbeziyr, khay-zeer'; from the same

as 8386; perh. protected; Chezir, the
name of two Isr. :— Hezir.

pTtl cbazaq, khaw-zak'; a prim, root; to
fasten upon; hence to seize, be strong
(flg. courageous, causat. strengthen, cure, help, re-
pair, fortify), obstinate; to bind, restrain, conquer: —
aid, amend, x calker, catch, cleave, confirm, be con-
stant, constrain, continue, be of good (take) courage
(-ous, -ly), encourage (self), be established, fasten,
force, fortify, make hard, harden, help, (lay) held
(fast), lean, maintain, play the man, mend, become
(wax) mighty, prevail, be recovered, repair, retain,
seize, be (wax) sore, strengthen (self), be stout, be
(make, shew, wax) strong (-er), be sure, take (hold),
be urgent, behave self valiantly, withstand.

2389. pTTJ cbazaq, khaw-zawk'; from 2388; strong

(usu. in a bad sense, hard, bold, vio-
lent):— harder, hottest, -f- impudent, loud, mighty,
sore, stiff [-hearted], strong (-er).

2390. ptn cbazeq, khaw-zake'; from 8388; poroer-
ful:— X wax louder, stronger.

2391. pTtt ebezeq, khayf-zek; from 8388; help.-—


2392. ptn cbozeq, kho'-zek; from 2388; power:—


2393. npTtl chezqah, khez-kaW; fern, of 2391;

prevailing power:— strength (-en self),
(was) strong.

2394. npTtl cbozqah, khoz-kaw'; tern, of 3393;

vehemence (usu. in a bad sense):— force,
mightily, repair, sharply.

2395. ,T?Ttt Chizqiy, Wtiz-fcee',- from 2388; strong,-

Chizki, an Isr.:— Hezeki.

2396. fPftTtl Cblzqiyab, khiz-kee-yaw'; or

Irl,pTn Chlzqiyahfiw, khizleee-yaw'-

hoo; also
i,,',, T e cblzqiyab, yekh-iz-kee-yaw' ; or

WPJITJ TT e eblzqiyabuw, yekh-iz-kee-

yaw'-hoo; from 3388 and 8050;

strengthened of Jah; Chizkijah, a king of Judah,

also the name of two other Isr.:— HezeMah, EizMah,

Hizkrjah. Comp. 8169.

2397. fin cbach, khawkh; once (Ezek. 89 : 4)

TTTl cbacbiy, khakh-ee'; from the same as
8836; a ring for the nose (or lips):—
bracelet, ohain, hook.

TTTI cbacbiy. See 8397.

2398. NBn cba$a,, i,au,-tow'; a prim, root; prop,
to miss; hence (fig. and gen.) to sin:
by infer, to forfeit, lack, expiate, repent, (causat.)
lead astray, condemn: — bear the blame, cleanse, com-
mit [sin], by fault, harm he bath done, loss, miss,
(make) offend (er), offer for sin, purge, purify (self),
make reconciliation, (cause, make) sin (-ful, -ness),

2399. NUfl chef, khate; from 2398; a crime or its

penalty:— fault, x grievously, offence,
(punishment of) sin.

2400. NBn chatta.', khattaw'; intens. from 2398;

a, criminal, or one accounted guilty:—
offender, sinful, sinner.

2401. nNJJt] ehafa'ah, khat-aw-aw'; fern, of

8399; an offence, or a sacrifice for it:—
sin (offering), sinful.

2402. ,NBn cbatfa'ah (Chald.), khat-taw-aw';

corresp. to 2401; an offence, and the
penalty or sacrifice for it:— sin (offering).

2403. ntjan chatta'ah, khat-taw-aw'; or
riNan chatfa'th, khat-tawth'; from 3398;

an offence (sometimes habitual sinful-
ness), and its penalty, occasion, sacrifice, or expia-
tion; also (concr.) an o,ender.-— punishment (of sin),
purifying (-flcation for sin), sin (-ner, offering).

2404. aBfi chafab, khaw-tab'; a prim, root; to

chop or carve wood:— cut down, hew
(-er), polish.

2405. FGBn ch&tubah, khat-oo-baw' ; tern, pass.

part, of 2404; prop, a carving; hence
a tapestry (as figured):— carved.

2406. Han chi|tah, khit-taw'; of uncert. der.;

wheat, whether the grain or the
plant:— wheat (-en).

2407. TSian Chaltuwsh, khat-toosh'; from an

unused root of uncert. signif. ; Chat-
tush, the name of four or five Isr. :— Hattush.

2408. ''Bn cbafiy (Chald.), khat-ee'; from a root

corresp. to 2398; an offence:— sin.

2409. tf,tSn ehatJaya' (Chald.), khat-taw-yaw' ;

from the same as 2408; an expiation:—
sin offering.

2410. NB'tsn Cbafiyta', khat-ee-taw' ; from an

unused root appar. mean, to dig out;
explorer; Chatita, a temple porter:— Hatita.

2411. b,Bll Cbattiyl, khat-teeV; from an unused

root appar. mean, to wave; fluctuating;
Chattil, one of ,Solomon's servants,:— Hattil.

2412. SS,an Cb&tiypha', khat-ee-faw' ; from

2414; robber; Chatipha, one of the
Nethinim:— Hatipha.

2413. dan chatam, khaw-tam'; a prim, root; to

stop: — refrain.

2414. ClBn cbafapb, khaw-taf; a prim, root; to

clutch; hence to seize as a prisoner: —

2415. TBH cbdfer, kho'-ter; from an unused root

of uncert. signif. ; a twig:— rod.

2416. Tl cbay, khah'ee; from 3431; alive; hence

raw (flesh); fresh (plant, water, year),
strong; also (as noun, espec. in the fern. sing, and
masc. plur.) life (or living thing), whether lit. or

flg.: [-age, alive, appetite, (wild) beast, company,

congregation, life (-time), live (-ly), living (creature,
thing), maintenance, + merry, multitude, + (be) old,
quick, raw, running, springing, troop.

2417. TI cbay (Chald.), khah'ee; from 3418; alive;

also (as noun in plur.) life:— life, that
liveth, living.

2418. &rn chaya' (Chald.), khah-yaw 1 ; or

(Tn cb&yab (Chald.), khah-yaw'; corresp.
to 2421; to Woe:— live, keep alive.

2419. TMJin Obiy'el, khee-ale'; from 2416 and 410;

living of God; Chiel, an Isr.:— HieL
STI cbayab. See 8335.

2420. Smn cbiydab, khee-daw'; from 3380; a

puzzle; hence a trick, conundrum, sen-
tentious maa»,m.-— dark saying (sentence, speech),
hard question, proverb, riddle.




3421. ITO cb&yah, ftftoro-j,ow'; a prim, root
[comp. 2331, 2424]; to live, whether lit. or
fig. j causat. te revive:— keep (leave, make) alive,
X certainly, give (promise) life, (let, Buffer to) live,
nourish up, preserve (alive), quicken, recover, re-
pair, restor, (to life), revive, (X God) save (alive, life,
lives), X surely, be whole.

2482. 7,Ptl cbayeb, khaw-yth,'; from 2421; vigor-
ows: — lively,

2423. NYTI cbSyva' (Chald.), khayoaW; from

2418; an animal:— beast.
2424 IVPIl cbayiiwtb, khah-yooth'; from 2421;

life:— X living.

2425. T3H cbayay, khaw-yah'ee; a prim, root

, [comp. 2421]; to live; causat. to revive:—
live, save life.

2426. ,WF1 cbeyl, khale; or (short.)

bri cbfel, khale; a collat. form of 2428; an
army; also (by anal.) an intrenchment:—
army, bulwark, host, + poor, rampart, trench, walL
V)1 cbiyl. See 2342.

2427. Vtt ebiyl, kheel; and (fern.)

ilVn cbiylab, khee-law 1 ; from 2342 ; a

, ' ttroe (espec. of childbirth):— pain, pang,

2428. V$J cbayll, khah'-yil; from 2342; prob. a

force, whether of men, means or other
resources; an army, wealth, virtue, valor, strength:—
able, activity, (+) army, band of men (soldiers), com
pany, (great) forces, goods, host, might, power, riches,
strength, strong, substance, train, (+) valiant (-ly),
valour, virtuous (-ly), war, worthy (-ily).

2429- Vtl cbayll (Chald.), khah'-yil; corresp. to
2428; an army, or strength:— aloud, army,
X most [mighty], power.

2430. !tVrj eheylata, khay-law'; fern, of 2428; an

intrenchment: — bulwark.

2431. tjVn CbSylam, khay-lawm'; or

6t,bn Cbel'am, khay-lawm'; from 2428;

fortress; Chelam, a place E. of Pal. :—


2433. 'jVri Cbiyl&n, khee-lane'; from 24

fortress; Chilen, a place in PaL:—

2433. ,pft cbiyn, kheen; another form for 2580

beauty: — comely.

2434. V,n cbaylts, khah'-yits; another form for

2351 ; a wall: — wall.

2435. ,p5!:' , )l cbiytsown, khee-tsone'; from 2484;

prop, the (outer) wall side; hence ex-
terior; flg. secular (as opposed to sacred):— outer,
outward, utter, without.

2436. ,p, 1 !! cbSyq, khake, or

T,TI cbeq, khake; and

pin cbowq, khoke; from an unused root,
appar. mean, to inclose; the bosom Git
or flg.):— bosom, bottom, lap, midst, within.

2437. SlTTl, khee-raw 1 ; from 2357 in the

sense of splendor; Chirah, an Adullam-
ite:— Hirah.

2438. D,TI Cbiyram, khee-rawm', or

DtT! Cbiyrowm, khee-rome'; another
form of 2361 ; Chiram or Chirom, the
name of two Tyrians:— Hiram, Huram.

2439. Vi,T,,,,,,,, cbiysh, kheesh; another form for 2363

to hurry: — make haste.

2440. llS,tl cliiysli, kheesh; from 2439; prop, t

hurry; heDce (adv.) quickly:— soon.

2441. ,ITI cbelt, khake; prob. from 2596 in the

sense of tasting; prop, the palate or
inside of the mouth; hence the mouth itself (as the
organ of speech, taste and kissing):— (roof of the)
mouth, taste.

2442. FOfl cbakab, khaw-kaw'; a prim, root

[appar. akin to 2707 through the idea of
piercing'] ; prop, to adhere to; .hence to await:— long,
tarey, wait.

3443. 7130 cbakkab, khak-kaw'; prob. from
2442; a hook (as adhering):— angle, hook.

2444. {TlVan Cbakiylab, khak-ee-law' ; from the
, same as 2447; dark; Chakilah, a hill

in Pal.:— Hachilah.

2445. &On cbafckiym (Chald.), khak-keem';
from a root corresp. to 2449; wise,

I.e. a Magian:— wise.

2446. Ttban Cb&kalyab, khak-al-yaw' ; from

T ' ~ ,' the base of 2447 and 3050; darkness of
Jah; Chakaljah, an Isr. :— Hachaliah.

2447. Vban cbakliyl, khak-leel'; by redupl.

from an unused root appar. mean, to
be dark; darkly flashing (only of the eyes); in a good
sense, brilliant (as stimulated by wine):— red.

2448. rnbVjtl ehakliluwth, khak-lee-looth' ;

from 2447; flash (of the eyes); in a
bad sense, blearedness: — redness.

2449. D5H cbakam, khaw-kam'; a prim, root,

to be wise (in mind, word or act):—
X exceeding, teach wisdom, be (make self, shew self)
wise, deal (never so) wisely, make wiser.

2450. S3t1 chakam, khaw-kawm'; from 2449;

wise, (i.e. intelligent, skilful or artful):—
cunning (man), subtil, ([un-]), wise ([hearted], man).

2451. TTOptl chokmab, khok-maw'; from 2449;

' : , wisdom (in a good sense):— skilful, wis-
dom, wisely, wit.

2452. FraDtt chokmah (Chald.), khok-maw'; cor-

resp. to 2451 ; wisdom: — wisdom.

2453. ,iiUDf Cbakmowniy, khak-mo-nee' ;

from 2449; skilful; Chakmoni, an
Isr. :— Hachmoni, Hachmonite.

2454. niMSn ehobmowth, khok-moth'; or

HTOSn cbakuiowtb, khak-moth'; collat.
forms of 2451; wisdom:— wisdom,
every wise [woman].

Vn cbfeX See 2426.

2455. Vn ebdl, khole; from 2490; prop, exposed;

hence profane:— common, profane (place),

2456. Njn chala', khaw-law 1 ; a prim, root [comp.

2470] ; to be sick:— be diseased.

2457. JlNbri ebel'ab, khel-aw'; from 2456; prop.

disease; hence rust: — scum.

2458. ft&Vfl Cbel'ah, khel-aw'; the same as 2457;

, ' ' Chelah, an Israelitess:— Helah.

2459. aVn cbeleb, kheh'-leb; or


abn cbeleb, khay'-leb; from an unused
root mean, to be fat; fat, whether lit.
or flg. ; hence the richest or choice part: — X best, fat
(-ness), X finest, grease, marrow.

2460. abtl Cbeleb, khay'-leb; the same as 2459;

fatness; Cheleb, an Isr. :— Heleb.

2461. S5n cbalab, khaw-lawb'; from the same

as 2459; milk (as the richness of Mne): —
+ cheese, milk, sucking.

2462. f&btl Cbelbab, khel-baw'; fern, of 2459;

fertility; Ghelhah, a place in Pal.:—

2463. fiaVfi Cbelb&wn, kheUbone'; from 2459;

fruitful; Chelbon, a place in Syria:—

2464. Fttabn cbelb,,nab, khel-ben-aw'; from

2459; galbanam, an odorous gum (as if
fatty) :— galbanum.

2465. ,lbn cbeled, kheh'-led; from an unused

root appar. mean, to glide swiftly; life
(as a fleeting portion of time); hence the world (as
transient);— age, short time, world.

2466. ib.H cbeled, khay'-led; the same as 2465;

Cheled, an Isr.:— Heled.

2467. ,ibh cboled, kho'-led; from the same as

2465 ; a weasel (from its gliding motion) :—

2468. FTjbn Chnldab, khool-daw,; tern, of 2467;

' Chuldah, an Israelitess:— Huldah.


,,ifl Cbelday, khel-dah'-ee; from 2466;
worldliness; Cheldai, the name of two
Isr. :— Heldai.

2470. flbn cbalab, khaw-law 1 ; a prim, root [comp.
2342, 2470, 2490] ; prop, to be rubbed or

worn; hence (fig.) to beweak, sick, afflicted; or(causat-)
to grieve, make sick; also to stroke (in flattering), en-
treat:— beseech, (be) diseased, (put to) grief, be
grieved, (be) grievous, infirmity, intreat, lay to, put
to pain, X pray, make prayer, be (fall, make) sick,
sore, be sorry, make suit ( x supplication), woman in
travail, be (become) weak, be wounded.

2471. Flbn cballab, khal-law'; from 2490;acafce

(as usually punctured): — cake.

2472. dibtl cbalowm, khal-ome'; or (short.)

D5n cbalom, khal-ome'; from 2492; a,
dream:— dream (-er).

2473. ,pbh Cbolfiwn, kho-lone'; or (short.)

fstl Cbolon, kho-lone'; prob. from 2344;
sandy; Oholon, the name of two places in
Pal.:— Holon.

2474. ,jiVfl cballdwn, khaUone'; a window' (as

perforated)' — window

2475. Epbri cbalowpb, khal-ofe'; from 2498;

' prop surviving; by impl. (collect.) or-
phans:— X destruction.

2476. illlJlbn cbaluwsbab, khal-oo-shavf;

fern. pass. part, of 2522; defeat:—
being overcome.

2477. tlVfi Cbalacb, khal-akh'; prob. of for. or.;

Chalach, a region of Assyria: — Halah.

2478. Vribn Cbalcbuwl, khal-khool'; by redupL

from 2342; contorted; Chalchul, a place
in Pal.:— Halhul.

2479. ribnbri cbalcbalah, khal-khaw-law 1 ; fern.

from the same as 2478; writhing (in
childbirth); by impl. terror:— (great, much) pain.

2480. ttbft cSxalat, khaw-lat'; a prim, root; to

snatch at: — catch.

2481. ,btl cbaliy, khal-ee'; from 2470; a trinket

(as polished): — jewel, ornament.

2482. ,bfl Cbaliy, hhal-se'; the same as 2481;

Chali, a place in Pal. :— Hali.

2483. TJ3 cbdliy, khol-ee'; from 2470; malady,

r ' anxiety, calamity:— disease, grief, (is)
sick (-ness).

2484. Mjbtl cbelyab, kheUyaw 1 ; tern, of 2481; a

trinket: — jeweL

2485. Vbll cbaliyl, khaw-leel'; from 2490; a flute

(as perforated):— pipe.
3486. TlVbfl chaliylab, khaw-lee'-law; or

!,lbbn cbalilab, khaw-lee'-law; a directive
from 2490; lit. for a profaned thing;
used (interj.) far be it!:— be far, ( X God) forbid.

2487. MB,'bn cbaliy pbab, kJud-ee-faw' ; from

2498; alternation: — change, course.

2488. !,!2£,bn cb&liytsab, khal-ee-tsaw'; from

2502; spoil:— armour.

2489. iObn cb£l e b&,, khay-lek-aw'; or

npbn cbel e kab, khay-lek-aw'; appar.
from an unused root prob. mean, to be

dark or (flg.) unhappy; a wretch, i.e. unfortunate:


2490. 33tl cbalal, khaw4al'; a prim, root [comp.

2470]; prop, to bore, i.e. (by impl.) to
wound, to dissolve; flg. to profane (a person, place
or thing), to break (one's word), to begin (as if by an
,opening wedge,); denom. (from 2485) to play (the
flute):— begin (x men began), defile, x break, defile,
X eat (as common things), X first, X gather the grape
thereof, x take inheritance, pipe, player on instru-
ments, pollute, (cast as) profane (self), prostitute, slay
(slain), sorrow, stain, wound.

2491. bbtl cbalal, khaw-lawl'; from 2490; pierced

(espec. to death); fig. polluted:— kill,
profane, slain (man). X slew, (deadly) wounded,
tlbbn cbalilab. See 2486,




2492. Dbtt chalam, khaw-lam'; a prim, root;

prop, to bind firmly, i.e. (by impl.) to be
(oausat. to make) plump; also (.through the fig. sense
of dumbness) to dream.-— (cause to) dream (-er), be in
good liking, recover.

2493. Sbn Chelem (Chald.), khay'-lem; from a

root oorresp. to 8492; a dream:— dream.

2494. tibn Chelem, khay'-lem; from 2492; a

dream; Chelem, an Isr.:— Helem. Comp.

2495. niXfeH challamftwth, khaUlaw-mooth' ;

from 2492 (in the sense of insipidity);
prob. purslain:— egg.

2496. UTKfen challamiysh, khal-law-meesh' ;

prob. from 2492 (in the sense of hard-
ness) ; flint:— flint (-y), rock.

2497. ,ptl Cheldn, khay-lone'; from 242&istrong

Chelon, an Isr. :— Helon

2498. tjbn chalaph, khaw-laf; a prim, root;

prop, to slide by, i.e. (by impl.) to hasten
away, pass on, spring up, pierce or change: — abolish,
alter, change, cut off, go on forward, grow up, be
over, pass (away, on, through), renew, sprout, strike

2499. EJbn chalaph (Chald.), khal-af; corresp.

, to 2498; to pass on (of time): — pass.

2500. Cfcn cheleph, khay'-lef; from 2498; prop.

exchange; hence (as prep.) instead of:—

2501. £1?n Cheleph, kheh'-lef; the same as 2600;

change; Cheleph, a place in Pal. :—

2502. yb£l chalats, khaw-lats'; a prim, root; to

pull off; hence (intens.) to strip, (re-
flex.) to depart; by impl. to deliver, equip (for fight) ;
present, strengthen:— arm (self), (go, ready) armed
( x man, soldier), deliver, draw out, make fat, loose,
(ready) prepared, put off, take away, withdraw self.
,bn Chelets, kheh'-lets; or

5f1 Chelets, khay'-lets; from 2502; perh.
strength; Chelets, the name of two Isr.:—

2504. Vbn chalats, khaw-lawts'; from 2502 (in

the sense of strength); only in the
dual; the loins (as the seat of vigor):— loins, reins.

2505. p3f1 chalaq, khaw-lak'; a prim, root; to be

smooth (fig.) ; by impl. (as smooth stones
were used for lots) to apportion or separate: — deal,
distribute, divide, flatter, give, (have, im-) part (-ner),
take away a portion, receive, separate self, (be)
smooth (-er).

2506. pbtt cheleq, khay'-lek; from 2505; prop.

smoothness (of the tongue); also an
allotment:— flattery, inheritance, part, x partake,

2507. pbn Cheleq, khay'-lek; the same as 2506;

portion; Chelek, an Isr. :— Helek.

2508. |?bn chalaq (Chald.), khaUawk 1 ; from a

root corresp. to 2505; apart:— portion.

2509. pbtl cbalaq, khaw-lawk'; from 2505;

smooth (espec. .of tongue):— flatteriDg,

2510. pbfj Cbalaq, khaw-lawk 1 ; the same as 2509;

bare; Chalak, a mountain of Idumeea:—

2511. pbtt challaq, khal-lawk'; from 2505;

smooth:— smooth.
2513. pbrt challuq, fcftaMoofc'; from 2505;

smooth:— smooth.
2513. fl)jbn cbelqab, khel-kaw'; fem. of 2506;
prop, smoothness; fig. flattery; also
an allotment:— field, flattering (-ry), ground, parcel,
part, piece of land ([ground]), plat, portion, slippery
place, smooth (thing).

2514 !l|sbn chalaqqah, khal-ak-kaw 1 ; fem.
from 2505; flattery:— flattery.

2515. itljibt] chalnqqah, khal-ook-kaw' ; fem.

of 2512; a distribution: — division.

2516. ,Tjbn Chelqiy, khel-kee'; patron, from

' ! '' 2507; a Chelkite or desc of Chelek:—

2503. fbr

2517. ,Tjbri Chelqay, khel-kah'ee; from 2505;

apportioned; Chelkai, an Isr.: — Hel-

2518. fT'jpbn Chilqiyah, khil-kee,yaw' ,, op

IM,bn Chilqiyahuw, khU-kee-yaw'-hoo;
from 2506 and 3050; portion of Jaft;
Chilhijah, the name of eight Isr. :— Hilkiah.

2519. rlj?bpbjn chalaqlaqqah, khal-ak-lak-

kaw'; by redupl. from 2505; prop,
something very smooth; i.e. a treacherous spot; fig.
blandishment: — flattery, slippery.

2520. nj?bri Cbelqatb, kheUkath'; a form of

2513; smoothness; Ohelkath, a place in
Pal.:— Eelkath.

2521. S'lttS rijjbn Chelqath bats-TsA-

rirm, kheUkath' hats-tsoo-
reem'; from 2520 and the plur. of 6697, with the art.
inserted; smoothness of the rocks; Chelkath Hats-
tsurim, a place in Pal.:— Helkath-hazzurim.

2522. fflbn chalash, khaw-lash'; a prim, root;

to prostrate; by impl. to overthrow,
decay:— discomfit, waste away, weaken.

2523. llSbn challash, khal-lawsh'; from 2522;

frail:— weak.

2524. tit,! Cham, khawm; from the same as 2846 ;


a father-in-law (as in affinity):— father in

2525. En cham, khawm; from 2552; hot:— hot,


2526. 617 Cham, khawm; the same as 2525; hot

(from the tropical habitat); Cham, a son
of Noah; also (as a patron.) his desc. or their coun-
try:— Ham.

2527. On cbom, khome; from 2552; fteat:— heat,

to be hot (warm).

2528. N)3fl chema» (Chald.), khem-aw'; or

JlBn chamah (Chald.), kham-aio'; corresp.

to 2534; anger:— fury,
Nntt cbema'. See 2534.

2529. ilNMH chem'ah, khem-aw 1 ; or (short.)

TilZft chemah, khay-maw 1 ; from the same
root as 2346; curdled milk or cheese:—

2530. TOt,,,,,,,, ehamad, kkaw-mad'; a prim, root;

to delight in:— beauty, greatly beloved,
covet, delectable thing, (X great) delight, desire,
goodly, lust, (be) pleasant (thing), precious (thing).

2531. ,Van chemed, kheh'-med; from 2530; de-

light:— desirable, pleasant.

2532. !TTOt,! chemdab, khem-dav,; fem. of

2531; delight:— desire, goodly, plea-
sant, precious.

2533. ,intl Chemdan, khem-dawn'; from 2531 ;

pleasant; Chemdan, an Idumsean:—

2534. iTMIl chemah, khay-maw 1 ; or (Dan. 11 : 44)

Wntt chema', khay-maw'; from S179; heat;
flg. anger, poison (from its fever):—
anger, bottles, hot displeasure, furious (-ly, -ry), heat,
indignation, poison, rage, wrath (Jul). See 2529.

2535. 17172)1 chammah, Tcham-maw 1 ; from 2525;

heat; by impl. the sun:— heat, sun.

2536. bNTHfl Chammuw'el, kham-moo-ale' ;

from 2585 and 410; anger of Cod;
Chammuel, an Isr.:— Hamuel.

2537. btaiMn Chamiiwtal, kham-oo-taV ; or

bta,at] Chamiyfal, kham-ee-tal'; from
2524 and 2919; father-in-law of dew;
Ghamutal or Chamital, an Israelitess: — Hamutal.

2538. bintt Chamuwl, khaw-mool'; from 2550;

pitied; Chamul, an Isr.: — Hamul.

2539. ,ipIMn Chamuwliy, khaw-moo-lee' ; pa-

tron, from 2538: a Chamulite (collect.)
or desc. of Chamul:— Hamulites.

2540. ,,,,,,,,)1Sn Chammown, kham-mone'; from

2552; warm spring, Ihammon, the name
of two places in Pal. :— Hammon.

2541. Vittn. chamiwla, khaw-motse'; from

2556; prop, violent; by impl. a roo-
ber:— oppressed.

2542. pllSfl chammnwq, kham-mook'; from

2559; a wrapping, i.e. drawers.— joints.

2543. linn chamowr, kham-ore'; or (short.)

Inn chamor. ftam-ore; from 2560; a male
ass (from its dun red):— (he) ass.

2544. linn Chamowr, kham-ore'; the same as

2543; ass; Chamor, a Canaanite:—

2545. flint! chamdwth, kltam-oth'; or (short.)

rifatj chamdth, kham-oth'; fem. of 2524;
a mother-in-law: — mother in law.

2546. tann ehomet, kho'-met; from an unused

root prob. mean, to lie Zoto; a lizard (as
creeping): — snail.

2547. iDgJaJrj Chumfah, khoom-taw'; fem. of

2546; low; Chumtah, a place in Pal.:—

2548. y,Btt chamiyts, fcftaw-meets'; from 2556;

seasoned, i.e. salt provender:— clean.

2549. h ffi' 1 WtI ehamiyshiy, kham-ee-shee' ; or

ISnn cbamlshshty, kham-ishshee' ; ord.
from 2568; ,,tft; also a fifth:— Blib.

2550. 5MR cbamal, khauymal'; a prim, root; to

commiserate; by impl. to spare:— have
compassion, (have) pity, spare.

2551. !lb?2f1 chemlah, khem-law'; from 2550;

commiseraiiore:— merciful, pity.

2552. toil! chamam, khaw-mam'; a prim, root;

to be hot (lit. or fig.):— enflame self, get
(have) heat, be (wax) hot, (be, wax) warm (self, at).

2553. ,Wan chamman, kham-mawn'; from 2535;

a sim-pfllar:— idol, image.

2554. DMtl cbamac, khaw-mas'; a prim, root; to

be violent; by impl. to maltreat: — make
bare, shake off, violate, do violence, take away vio-
lently, wrong, imagine wrongfully.

2555. DMfl chama,, khaw-mawce'; from 2554;

violence; by impl. wrong; by meton. un-
just gain.-— cruel (-ty), damage, false, injustice, X op-
pressor, unrighteous, violence (against, done), violent
(dealing), wrong.

2556. yMtl chametg, khaw-mates'; a prim, root;

to be pungent; i.e. in taste (sour, i.e. lit.
fermented, or flg. harsh), in color (dazzling) :— cruel
(man), dyed, be grieved, leavened.

2557. yotJ chamStz, khaw-mates'; from 2556;

ferment, (flg.) earfortiora:— leaven, lea-
vened (bread).

2558. yart chdmets, kho'-mets; from 2556; vine-

gar:— vinegar.

2559. pot! chamaq, khaw-mak'; a prim, root;

prop, to enwrap; hence to depart (Le.
turn about):— go about, withdraw self.

2560. ,172.n chamar, ftAaic-mar'; a prim, root;

prop, to boil up; hence to ferment (with
scum); to glow (with redness) ; as denom. (from 2564)
to smear with pitch: — daub, foul, be red, trouble.

2561. ,,l5pn cbemer, kheh'-mer; from 2560; wine

(as fermenting):— X pure, red wine.

2562. inn chamar (Chald.), kham-ar 1 ; corresji.

to 2561; «ii«e: — wine.
inn chamor. See 2543.

2563. inn cbomer, kho'-mer; from 2560; prop.

a bubbling up, i.e. of water, a wave; of
earth, mire or clay (cement); also a heap; hence a
chomer or dry measure:— clay, heap, homer, mire,
motion, mortar.

2564. inn cbemar, khay,mawr'; from 2560;

bitumen (as rising to the surface):—
slime (-pit).

2565. !,Ilfon chamorah, kham-o-raw 1 ; from

2560 [comp. 2563] ; a heap:— heap.

2566. 'Jinn Chamran, kham-rawn'; from 2560;

red; CTtamrati, an Idumsean:— Amran.

2567. UJnn chamash, khaw-mash'; a denom.

from 2568; to tax a fifth:— take up the
fifth part




2568. U3nn chamesh, khaw-maysh' ; maso.

STlB'pn charaishshah, kham-ish-shaw 1 ;
a prim, numeral; five:— St [-teen],
fifth, five ( X apiece).

2569. TB?in chomesh, kho'-mesh; from 2567; a

fifth tax:— fifth part.

2570. ttSptl chomesh, kho'-mesh; from an un-

used root prob. mean, to oe stout; the
abdomen (as obese) :— fifth [rib].

2571. VSmn chamdsh, khaw-moosh'; pass. part.

of the same as 2570; staunch, i.e. able
bodied soldiers:— armed (men), harnessed.

STffintl chamishshah. See 2568.

t , -:

,'Hint! ch&mishshiy. See 2549.

2572. fi,lBHPI chamlshshiym, khamAsh-

sheem'; multiple of 2568; fifty:—

2573. frail chemeth, khay'-meth; from the same

as 2346; a skin bottle (as tied up):—

2574. rfflt! ChamJith, kham-awth'; from the

same as 2346; walled; Chamath, a place
f } Syria:— Hamath, Hemath.

rbn ch&moth. See 2545.

2575. HBO Chammath, kham-math' ; a Tar. for

the first part of 2576; hot springs;
Chammath, a place in Pal. : — Hammath.

2576. 1OT tflSn Chammoth Bo'r, kham-

moth' dore; from the plur. of
2535 and 1756; hot springs of Dor; Chammath-Dor,
a place in Pal.:— Hamath-Dor.

2577. ,Tint! Ck&inatliiy, kham-aw-thee' ; pa-

trial from 2574; a Chamathite or native
of Chamath.'— Hamathite.

2578. !-Oi22 ran Cli&niath Tsowhah,

kham-ath' tso-baw 1 ; from 2574
and 6678; Chamath of Tsobah; Chamath-Tsobah;
prob. the same as 2574: — Hamath-Zobah.

2579. FQ, nnn Chamath Rabbah, kham-

,' ath' rab-baw'; from2574and 7237;
Chamath of Rabbah; Chamath-Babbah, prob. the
same as 2574.

2580. in chen, khane; from 2603; graciousness,

i.e. subj. (kindness, favor) or objective
(beauty):— favour, grace (-ious), pleasant, precious,
[well-] favoured.

2581. yn ChSn, khane; the same as 2580; grace;

Chen, a fig. name for an Isr.: — Hen.

2582. ,nin Chenadad, khay-naw-dawd' ; prob.

from 2580 and 1908; favor of Sadad;
Chenadad, an Isr. :— Henadad.

2583. H3n chanah. [khaw-naw'; a prim, root

[comp. 2603] ; prop, to incline; by impl.
to decline (of the slanting rays of evening); spec, to
pitch a tent; gen. to encamp (for abode or siege):—
abide (in tents), camp, dwell, encamp, grow to an end,
lie, pitch (tent), rest in tent.

2584. 71311 Channah, khan-naw 1 ; from 2603;

favored; Channah, an Israelitess: — Han-

2585. TfiitT CMnowk, khan-oke'; from 2696;

initiated; Chanok, an antediluvian
patriach:— Enoch.

2586. ,port Channwn, khawnoon'; from 2603;

favored; Chanun, the name of an Am-
monite and of two Isr. : — Hanun.

2587. yfill channuwn, khanwoon'; from 2603;

gracious:— gracious.

2588. JTD7J chaniiwth, khaw-nooth'; from 2583;

prop, a vault or cell (with an arch); by
impl. a prison:— cabin.

2589. ri30 channfiwth, khansnoth'; from 2608

(in the sense of prayer); supplication: —
he gracious, intereated,

2590. t33n chanat, khaw-naV; a prim, root; to

spice; by impl. to embalm; also to
ripen:— embalm, put forth.

2591. NEJfJ Chlnta, (Chald.), khint-taw'; cor-

, : , resp. to 2406; wheat;— wheat,

2592. ,iSjt,an Ch&nniy'el, khansnee-ale' ; from

2603 and 410; favor of God; Channiel,
the name of two Isr.:— Hanniel.

2593. Tpitl ehaniyk, kaw-neek'; from 2596; ini-

tiated; i.e. practised:— trained.

2594. WW? chanirnah, khan-ee-naw'; from

2603; graciousness:— favour.

2595. ftpn chaniyth, khan-eeth'; from 2583; a

lance (for thrusting, like pitching a
tent) :— javelin, spear.

2596. WH chanak, khaw-nak'; a prim, root;

T prop, to marrow [comp. 2614] ; fig. to in-
itiate or discipline: — dedicate, train up.

2597. N3.5f! ch&nukka' (Chald.), chan-ook-kaw' ;

corresp.to2598; consecration:— dedica-

2598. itSSt] channkkah, khan-ook-kaw' ; from

2596; initiation, i.e. consecration.-—
dedicating (-tion).

2599. ,'Sin Chandkiy, khanro-kee'; patron, from

2585; a ChaiMkite (collect.) or desc. of
Chanok:— Hanochites.

2600. QSH chinnam, khin-nawm'; from 2580;

gratis, i.e. devoid of cost, reason or ad-
vantage:— without a cause (cost, wages), causeless, to
cost nothing, free (-ly), innocent, for nothing
(nought), in vain.

2601. bNffln Chanam'el, khan-am-ale' ; prob.

by orth. var. for 2606; Chanamel, an
1st. : — Hanameel.

2602. bnin chanamal, khan-aw-mawl' ; of un-

oert. der.; perh. the aphis or plant-
louse:— frost.

2603. ,JDH chanan, khaw-nan'; a prim, root

[comp. 2583] ; prop, to bend or stoop in
kindness to an inferior; to favor, bestow; causat. to
implore (i.e. move to favor by petition): — beseech,
X fair, (be, find, shew) favour (-able), be (deal, give,
grant (gracious (-ly), intreat, (be) merciful, have (shew)
mercy (on, upon), have pity upon, pray, make suppli-
cation, X very.

2604. 'Jif. chanan (Chald.), khan-an'; corresp. to

2603 ; to favor or (causat.) to entreat:—
shew mercy, make supplication.

2605. )2n Chanan, khaw-nawn'; from 2603; fa-

vor; Chanan, the name of seven Isr.:—

2606. bttMt! Ch&nan'el, fcftan-an-aie'; from 3603

and 410; God has favored; Chananel,
prob. an Isr., from whom a tower of Jerusalem was
named:— Han aneel.

2607. ''Jitt Chananfy, khan-aw-nee' ; from 2603;

gracious; Chanani, the name of six
Isr. : — Hanani.

2608. STSSn Ch&nanyah, khanran-yaw'; or

ISTMt! Chananyahnw, khan-an-yaw'-
hoo; from 2603 and 3050; Jah has fa-
vored; Chananjah, the name of thirteen Isr. :— Han-

2609. D5H Change, khaw-nace'; of Eg. der.;

Chanes, a place in Egypt:— Hanes.

2610. E|5n eliiliieph khaw-nafe'; a prim, root;

to soil, espec. in a moral sense: — cor-
rupt, defile, x greatly, pollute, profane.

2611. IJjn ehaneph, khaw-nafe'; from 2610;

soiled (i.e. with sin), impious:— hypocrite

2612. E]5h chfinepk, kho'-nef; from 2610; moral

filth, i.e. wickedness:— hypocrisy.

2613. )TtBin chanuphah, khan-oo-faw 1 ; fern.

from 2610; impiety:— profaneness.

2614. 'pStl chanaq, khaw-nak'; a prim, root

[comp. 2596] ; to be narrow; by impl. to
throttle, or (reflex.) to choke oneself to death (by a
rope):— hang self, strangle.

2615. ,]rSn Channathon, khan-naw-thone' ;

prob. from 2603; favored; Channathon,
a place in Pal.:— Hannathon.

2616. ,lpn chacad, khaw-sad'; a prim, root;

prop. perh. to bow (the neck only [comp.
2603] in courtesy to an equal), i.e. to be kind; also (by
euphem. [comp. 1288], but rarely) to reprove;— shew
self merciful, put to shame,

2617. Iprt eheced, kheh'-sed: from 8616; kind'

ness; by impl. (towards God) piety i
rarely (by opp.) reproof, or (subject.) beauty:— fa-
vour, good deed (-liness, -ness), kindly, (loving-) kind-
is, merciful (kindness), merny, pity, reproach,
wicked thing.

2618. ,ipfl Checed kheh'-sed; the same as 2617s

favor; Chesed, an Isr. :— Hesed.

2619. fl,Qtl Chacadyah, khas-ad-yaw'; from

2617 and 3050; Jah has favored;
Chasadjah, an Isr. :— Hasadiah.

2620. InOn chacah, khaw-saw 1 ; a prim, root; to

flee for protection [comp. 982]; fig. to
confide in:— have hope, make refuge, (put) trust

2621. !,!0n Chdcah, kho-saw'; from 2620; hope-

ful; Chosah, an Isr.; also a place in
Pal.:— Hosah.

2622. niOn chaciiwth, khawsooth'; from 2620;

confidence: — trust.

2623. TDH chaciyd, khaw-seed'; from 2616;

prop, kind, i.e. (religiously) pious (a
saint):— godly (man), good, holy (one), merciful, saint,
[un-] godly.

2624. STT'DtJ ckaciydah, khas-ee-daw'; fern, ot

2623; the kind (maternal) bird, i.e. a
stork:— X feather, stork.

2625. b,ptl chaciyl, khaw-seel'; from 2628; the

ravager, i.e. a locust:— caterpillar.

2626. ,pDH chactyn, khas-een'; from 2630; prop,

firm, i.e. (by impl.) mighty:— strong.

2627. Tpfl chacclyr (Chald.), khas-seer'; from a

root corresp. to 2637; deficient:— want-

2628. bon chacal, khaw-sal'; a prim, root; to

eat off: — consume.

2629. tipfl chacam, khaw-sam'; a prim, root; to

muzzle; by anal, to stop the nose: —
muzzle, stop.

2630. 10JR chacan, khaw-san'; a prim, root;

prop, to (be) compact; by impl. to
hoard:— lay up.

2631. 1DH chacan (Chald.), khas-an'; corresp. to

2630; to hold in occupancy:— possess.

2632. ,]&n cliecen (Chald.), khay'-sen; from 2631;

strength: — power.

2633. IpM chdeen, kho'-sen; from 2630; wealth;—

riches, strength, treasure.

2634. ,]0n Chacon, khaw-sone'; from 2630; pow-

erful:— strong.

2635. JjDn chacaph (Chald.), khas-af; from a

root corresp. to that of 2636; a clod;—

2636. OSpfl chacpac, khas-pas'; redupl. from an

unused root mean, appar. to peel; a
shred or scale: — round thing.

2637. IDn chacfer, khaw-sare'; a prim, root; to

lack; by impl. to fail, want, lessen:-
be abated, bereave, decrease, (cause to) fail, (have)
lack, make lower, want.

2638. ,lDn chaee,r, khaw-sare'; from 2637; lack-

ing; hence without:— destitute, fail,
lack, have need, void, want.

2639. IDn checer, kheh'-ser; from 2637; lacks

hence destitution:— poverty, want,

2640. 'Iph choeer, fcfto'-ser; from 2637; poverty:—

in want of.

2641. StJ&Q Chacrfih, Jehas-raw'; from 8637t

want:—Chasrah, an Isr. :— Hasrah.

2642. li'Tpn checrfiwn, khes-rone'; from 8637;

deficiency: — wanting.

2643. CVn chaph, khaf; from 2653 (in the moral

sense of covered from soil); pure;— inno-

2644. NBn chapha', khaw-faw'; an orth. var. of

2645; prop, to cover, i.e. (in a sinister
sense) to act covertly:— do secretly.

2645. flStl chaphah, khaw-faw 1 ; a prim, root

[comp. 2644, 2653]; to cover; by impl. to
veil, to incase, protect:— ceil, cover, overlay.

2646. flBIl chnppah, khooppaw'; from 8645; 3

canopy.-— chamber, closet, defence.

2647. ,,J371 Chnppah, khoop,paw'; the same 3S

2646; Chuppah, an Isr.;— Huppah.




2648. TEH cbapbaz, khaw-faz'; a prim, root;

prop, to start up suddenly, i.e. (by impl.)
to hasten away, to fear.— (make) haste (away),

2649. pTBri cbippaxown, khip-paw-zone' ;

from 2648; hasty flight:— haste.

2650. ti,Bfl Chuppiym, fcftoqp-peem'; plur. of

,, 8646 [comp. 2349]; Chuppim, an Isr.;—

2651. ,(pn cbdpben, kho'-fen; from an unused

root of uncert. signif . ; a yisi (only in the
dual):— fists, (both) hands, hand [-ful].

2652. ,VBQ Cbopbniy, khof-nee'; from 2651;

perh. pugilist; Chophni, an Isr.:—

2653. SlgTI cbfipbapb, khaw-faf; a prim, root

[comp. 2645, 3182]; to cover (in protec-

2654. VBH chapbets, khaw-fates 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to incline to; by impl. (lit. but
rarely) to bend; fig. to be pleased with, desire: —
X any at all, (have, take) delight, desire, favour, like,
move, be (well) pleased, have pleasure, will, would.

2655. Von cbapbets, khaw-fates 1 ; from 2654;
with:— delight in, desire,

favour, please, have pleasure, whosoever would,
willing, wish.

2656. yDT] cbSpbets, khay'-fets; from 2654;

pleasure; hence (abstr.) desire; concr.
a valuable thing; hence (by extens.) a matter (as
something in mind):— acceptable, delight (-some),
desire, things desired, matter, pleasant (-ure), pur-
pose, willingly.

2657. tn,l ,'Iffipri Cbepbtsiy bath, khef-tsee'

baw; from 2656 with suffixes; my
delight (is) in her; Cheptsi-bah, a fanciful name for
PaL:— Hephzi-bah.

2658. 'IDH cbapbar, khaw-far 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to pry into; by impl. to delve, to
explore:— dig, paw, search out, seek.

2659. ,,IBf! cbapber, khaw-fare'; a prim, root

[perh. rath, the same as 2658 through the
idea of detection]; to blush; fig. to be ashamed, dis-
appointed; causat. to shame, reproach: — be ashamed,
he confounded, be brought to confusion (unto shame),
come (be put to) shame, bring reproach.

2660. ,ISTI Chepher, khay'-fer; from 2658 or

2659 ; a p it or shame; Chepher, a place in
Pal. ; also the name of three Isr.: — Hepher.

2661. ',lbn chaphor, khaf-ore'; from 2658; a

hole; only in connection with 6512,
which ought rather to be joined as one word, thus

•,flB'ISO ehapharpSrah, khaf-ar-pay-
raw 1 ; by redupl. from 2658; a bur-
rower, le. prob. a rat: — ,,,,,,,,- mole.

2662. ,,BH Chephriy, khef-ree 1 ; patron, from

2660; a Chephrite (collect.) or desc. of
Chepher:— Hepherites.

2663 B,Sn Chapharayim, khafaw-rah'-yim;
dual of 2660; double pit; Chaphara-
jim, a place in Pal.:— Haphraim.

STnErtpn ch&pharperah. See 2661.

2664. toStJ ehapbas, khan-fas'; a prim, root; to

seek; causat. to conceal oneself (i.e. let
he sought), or mask:— change, (make) diligent
(search), disguise self, hide, search (for, out).

2665. ,,,,,,,,l)pn chephes, khay'-fes; from 2664; some-

thing covert, i.e. a trick:— search.

2666. IBBTt chapbash, khaw-fash' ; a prim, root;

to spread loose, fig. to manumit:— be

2667. tfbh Chdphesh, kho'-fesh; from 2666;

something spread loosely, i.e. a car-
pet.-— precious.

2668. S,TC5Btl chuphshah, khoof-shau,; from

, 2666; liberty (from slavery):— free-

2669. rilZJDri cbepbsfenwth, khof-shooth';

rPVCBtl chophshiyth, khof-sheeth' ; from
2666; prostration by sickness (with
1004, a hospital):— several.

3670. ,tfSri cbopbsbiy, khof-shee'; from 2666;
exempt (from bondage, tax or care): —
free, liberty.

2671. VTl chSts, khayis; from 2686; prop, a

piercer, i.e. an arrow; by impl. a wound;
fig. (of God) thunder-ooB; (by interchange for 6086)
the shaft of a spear: — f- archer, arrow, dart, shaft,
staff, wound.

Vn chuts. See3S51.

2672. SSSn cbatsab, khaw-tsaV; or

33.1,! chatseb, khaw-tsabe 1 ; a prim, root;

to cut or carve (wood, stone or other

material); by impl. to hew, split, square, quarry,

engrave:— cut, dig, divide, grave, hew (out, -er), make,


2673. Wtl cbatsab, khaw-tsaw 1 ; a prim, root

[comp. 2686]; to cut or split in two; to
halve:— divide, X live out half, reach to the midst,

2674. TiStn Chatsowr, khaw-tsore'; a collect.

form of 2691; village; Chatsor, the
name (thus simply) of two places in Pal. and of one
in Arabia:— Hazor.

2675. ttrfln 1'ian Chatsdwr Ch&dattah,

khaw-tsore' khad-at-taw' ; from
2674 and a Chaldaizing form of the f em. of 2319 [comp.
2323]; new Chatsor, a place in Pal.:— Hazor, Hadattah
[as if two places],

2676. ni»n chatsowth, khaw-tsoth'; from 2673;

the middle (of the night):— mid

2677. ,,2ffl cbfetsiy, khay-tsee'; from 2673; the

half or middle:— half, middle, mid
[-night], midst, part, two parts.

2678. ,Srt ebttstsiy, khits-tsee' ; or

,'Jttl chetsiy, chay-tsee'; prol. from 2671;
an arrow: — arrow.
'. rfinSteri ,an Ch&tsiy ham-M e nii-
cbdwtb, chat-tsee' ham-
men-oo-khoth' ; from 2677 and the plur. of 4496, with
the art. interposed; midst of the resting-places;
Chatsi-ham-Menuchoth, an Isr.: — half of the Mana-

2680. ,l nTO,?3 ■fJJ Ch&tsiy liam-M«nach.

tiy, kltat-see' ham-men-akh-
tee'; patron, from 2679; a Chatsi-ham-Menachtite or
desc. of Chatsi-ham-Menuchoth:— half of the Mana-

2681. ,,IJ ehatsiyr, khaw-tseer' ; a collat.

form of 2691 ; a court or abode:— court.

2682. T2tn ebatsiyr, khaw-tseer'; perh. orig.

the same as 2681, from the greenness
of a court-yard; grass; also a Jeefc (collect.):— grass,
hay, berb, leek.

2683. ,jSn chetsen, khay'-tsen; from an unused

root mean, to hold firmly; the bosom (as
comprised between the arms):— bosom.

2684. ,)5tn cbotsen, kho'-tsen; a collat. form of

2683, and mean, the same: — arm, lap.

2685. t|SWl ch&tgaph (Chald.), khats-af; a prim.

root; prop, to shear or cut close; fig. to
be severe:— hasty, be urgent.

2686. yatj cbatsats, khaw-tsats'; a prim, root

[comp. 2678]; prop, to chop into, pierce
or sever; hence to curtail, to distribute (into ranks);
as denom. from 2671, to shoot an arrow:— archer,
X bands, cut off in the midst.

2687. ysn cbatsats, khaw-tsawts'; from 2687;

prop, something cutting; hence gravel
(as grit); also (like 2671) an arrow:— arrow, gravel

2688. ,lMT) ,pS,O Chats«tsown Tamar,

7:hats-ets-one' taw-mawr,; or

T3F1 ,JlEltn Chats&tson Tamar, khats-

ats-one' taw-mawr'; from 2686

and 8558; division [i.e. perh. row] of (the) palm-tree;

Chatsetson-tamar, a place in Pal.:— Hazezon-ta-


2689. iTlIfiStJ fflbatsdts,ab, khats-o-tser-aw';

by redupl. from 2690; a trumpet
(from its sundered or quavering note)!— trumpet (-er).

2690. ,Hgn cbatsar, khaw-tsar'i a prim, root;

prop, to surround with a stockade, and
thus separate from the open country; but used only
in the redupl. form

,kn ch&tsotser, khast-o-tsaref; or (2

, Chron. 5 : 12)
Tnitt? chatsorer, hhats-o-rare 1 '; as dem.
' from 2689; to trumpet, Le. blow on that
instrument:— blow, sound, trumpeter.

2691. ,l2in chatser, khaw-tsare' (masc. and

fern.); from 2690 in its original sense; a
yard (as inclosed by a fence) ; also a hamlet (as simi-
larly surrounded with walls) : — court, tower, village.

2692. ,Wg ,lXn Cbatsar Addar, khats-ar 1 ad-

,' dawr'; from 2691 and 146; (the) vil-
lage of Addar; Chatsar-Addar, a place in Pal.:—

2693. JTJ| tgQ Cbatsar Gaddah, khats-ar,

gad-daw'; from 2691 and a fern, of
1408; (the) village of (female) Fortune; Chatsar-
Oaddah, a place in Pal. :— Hazar-gaddah.

2694. y,rn ,lSn Cbatsar hat-Tiyfcown,

khats-ar' hat-tee-kone' ; from
2691 and 8484 with the art. interposed; village of the
middle; Chatsar-hat-Tikon, a place in Pal:— Hazar-

2695. i,l!£fi Cbetsrfiw, khets,ro'; by an orth.

var. for 2696; inclosure; Chetsro, an
Isr.:— Hezro, Hezrai.

2696. fttyn Cbetsrdwn, khets-rone 1 ; from

2691; court-yard; Chetsron, the name
of a place in Pal. ; also of two Isr. : — Hezron.

2697. ,Wl,n Cbetsrdwniy, khets,ro-nee'; pa-

tron, from 2696; a Chetsronite or
(collect.) desc. of Chetsron:— Hezronites.

2698. rrV-Kq Cb&tserowtb, khats-ay-roth';

fern. plur. of 2691; yards; Chatseroth,
a place in Pal.:— Hazeroth.

2699. ff,JiO. CbatserijTOl,feftais-a#-reem';plur.

masc. of 2691 ; yards; Chatserim, a
place in Pal. :— Hazerim.

2700. ITtSf'SQ Cbatsarmavetb, khats-ar-

maw'-veth; from 2691 and 4194; vil-
lage of death; Chatsarmaveth, a place in Arabia:—

2701. tlDID IStJ Cbatsar Cuwcah, khats-ar 1

soo-scnu'; from 2691 and 5484;
village of cavalry; Chatsar-Susah, a place in Pal.:—

2702. d,DID ,iSn Cbatsar ,Juwclym, khats-

ar 1 soo-seem'; from 2691 and the
plur. of 5483; village of horses; Chatsar-Susim, a
place in Pal. :— Hazar-susim.

2703. yiyj? ,TSn Cbatsar 'lynown, khats-ar 1

ay -none'; from 2691 and a der. of
5869; village of springs; Chatsar-Enon, a place in
Pal. :— Hazar-enon.

2704. ,j,J? ISt! Cbatsar '%nan, khats,Lr,

ay-nawn'; from 2691 and the same
as 5881 ; village of springs; Chatsar-Enan, a place in
Pal. :— Hazar-enan.

2705. 'bSITB 1SQ Cbatsar Sbfiw'al lhats-ar,

lage of (the) fox; Chatsar-Shual, a place in PaL:-

pn cb6q. See 2436.

2706. ph ch6q., khoke; from 2710; an enactment?

hence an appointment (of time, space
quantity, labor or usage):— appointed, bound, com
mandment, convenient, custom, decree (-d), due, law,
measure, X necessary, ordinance (nary), portion, set
time, statute, task.

2707. rtpn cbaqab, khaw-kaw'; a prim, root; co

carve; by impl. to delineate; also to in-
trench:— carved work, portrayed, set a print.

2708. SlJSn cbnqqab, khook-kaw'; fem. of 2706,

and mean, substantially the same:— ap-
pointed, custom, manner, ordinance, site, statute.

2709. NBIpt! Cbaqfrtrpba', khah-oo-faw'; from

an unused root prob. mean, to bend;
crooked; Chakupha, oneof theNethinim:— Hakupha,




3710. p?H ehaqaq, khaw-kak'; a prim, root;
prop, to hack, i.e. engrave (Judg. 6 : 14,
to be a seribe simply); by impl. to enact (laws being
cut in stone or metal tablets in primitive times) or
(gen.) prescribe:— appoint, decree, governor, grave,
lawgiver, note, pourtray, print, set.

2711. pptl ch,qeq, khay'-kek; from 2710; an en-

actment, a resolution:— decree, thought.

2712. ppH Chuqqoq, khook-koke' ; or(fully)

ppTI Cbuwqoq, khoo-koke'; from 8710;
appointed; Chukkdk or Chukok, a
place in Pal.:— Hukkok, Eukok.

2713. IpH ehaqar, khaw-kar'; a prim, root;

prop, to penetrate; hence to examine
intimately:— find out, (make) search (out), seek (out),
sound, try.

2714. 1j?n cheqer, khay'-ker; from 2713; exam-

ination, enumeration, deliberation: —
finding out, number, [un-] search (-able, -ed out, -ing).

2715. In cbor, khore; or (fully)

litt cb6ws% khore; from 2787; prop, white
or pure (from the cleansing or shining
power of fire [comp. 2751]); hence (fig.) noble (in
rank):— noble.

It! cbur. See 2362.

2716. Nin ehere',kheh'-reh; from an unused (and
vulg.) root prob. mean, to evacuate the bowels;

excrement:— dung. Also i,ijn° cb&riy, khar-ee'.

2717. 5in cbarab, khavA-ab'; or

Sit! cbar&b, khaw-rabe'; a prim, root; to
parch (through drought), i.e. (by anal.)
to desolate, destroy, Mi.— decay, (be) desolate, de-
stroy (-er), (be) dry (up), slay, X surely, (lay, lie,
make) waste.

2718. iltl cbarab (Chald.), khar-ab 1 ; a root cor-

resp. to 2717; to demolish:— destroy.

2719. Sin ehereb,kheh'-reb; tromZni; drought;

aLjo a cutting instrument (from its de-
structive effect), as a knife, sword, or other sharp im-
plement: — axe, dagger, knife, mattock, sword, tool.

2720. Sin cbareb, khaw-rabe'; from 2717;

T parched or ruined.-— desolate, dry,

2721. Sin cbdreb, kho'-reb; a collat. form of

2719; drought or desolation: — desolation,
drought, dry, heat, x utterly, waste.

2722. 3in Cboreb, kho-rabe'; from 2717; deso-

late; Choreb, a (gen.) name for the Sina-
itic mountains:— Horeb.

2723. !,Bln cborbab, khar-haitf; fem. of 2721;

prop, drought, i.e. (by impL) a desola-
tion:— decayed place, desolate (place, -Hon), destruc-
tion, (laid) waste (place).

2724. naln cbaxabab, khaw-raw-baw 1 '; fem.

of 2720; a desert:— dry (ground, land).

2725. ,yiSin cbarabdwn, khar-aw-bone' ; from

2717; parching heat:— drought.

2726. Wtoin CbarbownS,', khar-bo-nawf ; or

Wtein Chorbfiimnab, khar-bo-rumf; of
Pers. or.; Charbona or Charbonah,
a eunuch of Xerxes:— Harbona, Harbonah.

2727. 31tt cbarag, khaw-rag'; a prim, root;

prop, to leap suddenly, j.e. (by impl.) to
6e dismayed:— be afraid.

2728. bait! ehargfil, khar-gole'; from 2727; the

leaping insect, i.e. a locust:— beetle.

2729. Iin cbarad, khaw-rad'; a prim, root; to

shudder with terror; hence to fear; also
to hasten (with anxiety):— be (make) afraid, be care-
ful, discomfit, fray (away), quake, tremble.

2730. ,1in cbarSd, khaw-rade'; from 2729; fear-

ful; also reverential:— afraid, trembling.

2731. !,Hin eb&radab, khar-aw-daw,; fem. of

2730; fear, anxiety: — care, X exceed-
ingly, fear, quaking, trembling.

2732. FHin Cbar&dab, khar-aw-daw 1 ; the same

as 2731; Charadah, a place in the De-
sert:— Haradah.

2733. ,n',in Cbarddiy, khar-o-dee'; patrial from

,, a deriv. of 2729 [comp. 5878]; a Char-
odite, or tnhab. of Charod:— Harodite.

2734. ST,in cbaMlb, khaw-raW; a prim, root
[comp. 2787]; to glow or grow warm;

fig. (usually) to blaze up, of anger, zeal, jealousy:— be
angry, burn, be displeased, x earnestly, fret self,
grieve, be (wax) hot, be incensed, kindle, X very, be
wroth. See 8474.

2735. 1|,!Sft 1ft Cbdr bag-Gidgad, khore

hag-ghid-gawd' ; from 2356 and a
collat. (masc.) form of 1412, with the art. interposed;
hole of the cleft! Chor-hag-didgad, a place in the De'
sert:— Hor-hagidgad.

2736. STSlin Charbayab, khar-hah-yaw' ; from

2734 and 3050; fearing Jah; Char-
hajah, an Isr.:— Harhaiah.

2737. Mltl charawz, khaw-rooz'; from an un-

used root mean, to perforate; prop.
pierced, i.e. a bead of pearl, gems or jewels (as
strung): — chain.

2738. Win cbarftwl, khaw-rool'; or (short.)

5'in cbarnl, khaw-rool'; appar. pass. part,
of an unused root prob. mean, to be
prickly; prop, pointed, i.e. a bramble or other thorny
weed: — nettle.

■p-lh cbdrdwn. See 1032, 2772.

2739. tlMlin cbaruwmaph, khar-oo-maf ;

from pass. part, of 2763 and 639; snub-
nosed; Oharumaph, an Isr.: — Harumaph.

2740. ,pin cbarown, kham-rone 1 ; or (short.)

yin cliai-on. khaw-rone'; from 2734; a
burning of anger: — sore displeasure,
fierce (-ness), fury, (fierce) wrath (-fill).

2741. ''BllfJ Cbardwpbiy, khar-oo-fee'; a pa-

trial from (prob.) a collat. form of
2756; a Oharuphite or inhab. of Charuph (or Cha-
riph) :— Harupbite.

2742. yiin cbariiwts, khaw-roots'; or

V'ltl cbardts, khaw-roots'; pass. part, of
2782; prop, incised or (act.) incisive;
hence (as noun masc. or fem.) a trench (as dug), gold
(as mined), a threshing-sledge (having sharp teeth);
(fig.) determination; also eager: — decision, diligent,
(fine) gold, pointed things, sharp, threshing instru-
ment, wall.

2743. yiin Cbaruwta, khaw-roots'; the same

as 2742; earnest; Charuts, an Isr.:—

2744. ,vmiO Charchftwr, khar-khoor'; a fuller
form of 2746; inflammation; Char-

chur, one of the Nethinim: — Harhur.

2745. DrHn Cbarchac, khar-khas 1 ; from the
same as 2775; pern, shining; Charchas,

an Isr. :— Harhas.

2746. inin charchur, khar-khoor': from 2787;
fever (as hot):— extreme burning.

2747. Ultl cberet, kheh'-ret; from a prim, root
mean, to engrave; a chisel or graver;

also a style for writing:— graving tool, pen.
U,nn cbarif. See 2754.

2748. fibltt charfom, khar-tome'; from the
same as 2747 ; a horoscopist (as drawing

magical lines or circles):— magician.

2749. Dbltl cbarfom (Chald.), khar-tome'; the

same as 2748:— magician.

2750. ,,in cbSriy, khor-ee'; from 2734; a burning

(i.e. intense) anger:— fierce, X great, heat.
,',in chariy. See 2716.

2751. s in cboriy, kho-ree'; from the same as

2353; white bread:— white.

2752. ,h Cboriy, kho-ree'; from 2356; cave-

dweller or troglodyte; a Chorite or abo-
riginal Idumasan:— Horims, Horites.

2753. ,,}h Cb6riy, kho-ree'; or

,in Cbdwrty, kho-ree'; the same as 2752;
Chori, the name of two men:— Hon.

2754. tTin cbariyt, khaw-reef; or

■ T

t3in cbarlt, khaw-reet'; from the same as
2747; prop, cut out (or hoUow), Le. (by
impl.) a pocket:— bag, crisping pin.

2755. d , 5i,',' 1 'nn charey-yowniym, Tehar-ay'-

yo-neem'; from the plur. of 2716

and the plur. of 3133; excrements of doves for pern.
rather the plur. of a single word

,Nln cbar&»y6wn, khar-aw-yone! '; of
similar or uncert deriv.], prob. a
kind of vegetable:— doves' dung.

2756. iy?B Cbaiiypb, khawreef; from 8778;
autumnal; Chariph, the name of two

Isr.:— Eariph.

2757. 'pin cbartyts, khaw-reeW; or

Vin cbarlts, khaw-reets 1 ; from 2782;
prop, incisure or (pass.) incised [comp.
2742]; hence a threshing-sledge (with sharp teeth):
also a slice (as cut): — r- cheese, harrow.

2758. tP,Q cbariysh, khaw-reesh'; from 2790;

ploughing or its season:— earing (time),

2759. Ili,in cbariysbiy, khar-ee-shee'; from

2790 in the sense of silence; quiet, i.e.
sultry (as noun fem. the sirocco or hot east wind):—

2760. ,Hin charak, khawrak'; a prim, root; to

braid (i.e. to entangle or snare) or catch
(game) in a net:— roast.

2761. Tjin ebarak (Chald.), khar-akf; a root

' prob. allied to the equiv. of 2787; to
scorch:— singe.

2762. ,Hin cberek, kheh'-rek; from 2760; prop.

a net, i.e. (by anal.) lattice: — lattice.
Vin Cbaxftl. See 2738.

2763. O'nn cbaram, khaw-ram'; a prim, root; to

seclude; spec, (by a ban) to devote to
relig. uses(espec. destruction); phys. and reflex, to be
blunt as to the nose:— make accursed, consecrate,
(utterly) destroy, devote, forfeit, have a flat nose.
utterly (slay, make away).
2734. Qln cbSrem, khay'-rem; or (Zech. 14 : 11)

B'nn cberem, kheh'-rem; from 2768; phys.
(as shutting in) a net (either lit or fig.);
usually a doomed object; abstr. extermination:— (ac-)
curse (-d, -d thing), dedicated thing, things which
should have been utterly destroyed, (appointed to)
utter destruction, devoted (thing), net.

2765. Din Cb5r£m, khor-ame'; from 3768; de-

voted; Ohorem, a place in PaL:— Horem.

2766. fi,n Charim, khaw-reem'; from 2763;

snub-nosed; Charim, an Isr.: — Harlm.

2767. IrWin Cbormab, khor-maw'; from 2768;

devoted; Chormah, a place in PaL:—

2768. TlMin Cbermfiwn, fcfter-mone'; from

: ' 2763; abrupt; Chermon, a mount of
Pal.:— Hermon.

2769. fi',in'in Cbermowiuym, ftfter-mo-

neem'; plur. of 2768; Hermans, i.e.
its peaks:— the Hermonites.

2770. 12Win cbermesb, kher-mashe'; from 8788;

a sickle (as cutting):— sickle.

2771. yip Cbaran, kaw-rawn'; from 2787;

parched; Charan, the name Of a man
and also of a place:— Haran.

yin cbarfin. See 2740.

2772. ,'jhh Cb&rfiniy, fcfto-ro-nee'; patrial from

2773; a Choronite or inhab. of Choro-
naim: — Horonite.

2773. tpiln Cbftrfinaylm, kho-ro-nah'-yim;

dual of a deriv. from 2356; double
cave-town; Choronajim, a place in Moab: — Horonaim.

2774. 1B3in Oharnepber, khar-neh'-fer; of

' uncert. der.; Charnepher, an Isr.;—

2775. Din cbere?, kheh'-res; or (with a directive

HDItl cbarc&b, khar'-saw; from an un-
, used root mean, to scrape; the itch;
also [perh. from the mediating idea of 87771 the
sun:— itch, sun.

2776. Din Clierec, kheh'-res; the same as S775;

', shining; Chares, a mount in Pal:—

2777. niDin cbarcAwtb, Khar-sooth?; from

2775 (appar. in the sense of » red tHe




used for scraping); a potsherd, i.e. (by impl.) a pot-
tery; the name of a gate at Jerus.:— east.

3778. IpO eharaph, khaw-raf; a prim, root; to
pull off, i.e. (by impl.) to expose (as by
stripping); spec, to betroth (as if a surrender); fig. to
carp at, i.e. defame; denom. (from 2779) to spend the
winter:— betroth, blaspheme, defy, jeopard, rail, re-
proach, upbraid.

2779. S,n choreph, kho'-ref; from 2778; prop.

the crop gathered, i.e. (by impl.) the
autumn (and winter) season; fig. ripeness of age:—
cold, winter ([-house]), youth.

2780. Vpn Chareph, khaw-rafe'; from 2778;

reproach,til; Chareph, an Isr.:—

2781. flS'in cherpah, kher-paw'; from 2778;

contumely, disgrace, the pudenda:—
rebuke, reproach (-fully), shame.

2782. Y,V cbarats, khaw-rats'; a prim root;

prop, to point sharply, i.e. (lit.) to
wound; fig. to be alert, to decide:— bestir self, decide,
decree, determine, maim, move.

2783. y,2t! ch&rats (Chald.), khar-ats'; from a

root corresp. to 2782 in the sense of
vigor; the loin (as the seat of strength):— loin.
V'ntJ charftts., See 2742.

2784. FiaSflft chartsubbah, khar-tsoob-baw' ;

of uncert. der. ; a fetter; fig. apain:—

Y~,n charits. See 2757.

2785. fS'j'O chartsan, khar-tsan'; from 2782; a

sour grape (as sharp in taste):— ker-

2786. U,lfi charaq, khaw-rak 1 ; a prim, root; to

grate the teeth:— gnash.

2787. Tin charar, khaw-rar'; a prim, root; to

glow, i.e. lit. (to melt, burn, dry up) or
fig. (to show or incite passion: — be angry, burn, dry,

2788. I'ltJ cbarer, khaw-rare'; from 2787; arid:—

parched place.

2789. ,,,,,,,,tfiri cheres, kheh'-res; a collat. form

mediating between 2775 and 2791 ; a piece
of pottery:— earth (-en), (pot-) sherd, + stone.

2790. Vi'yi cbarasb, khaw-rash'; a prim, root;

to scratch, i.e. (by impl.) to engrave,
plough; hence (from the use of tools) to fabricate (of
any material); fig. to deutse (in a bad sense); hence
(from the idea of secrecy) to be silent, to let alone;
hence (by impl.) to be deaf (as an accompaniment of
dumbness): — X altogether, cease, conceal, be deaf,
devise, ear, graven, imagine, leave off speaking, hold
peace, plow (-er, -man), be quiet, rest, practise se-
cretly, keep silence, be silent, speak not a word, be
Brill, hold tongue, worker.

2791. IB,n cheresh, kheh'-resh; from 2790;

magical craft; also silence:— cunning,

2792. U),in Cheresh, kheh'-resh; the same as

2791:— Cheresh, a Levite:— Heresh.

2793. IB 1 !!! cbdresh, kho'-resh; from 2790; a

forest (pern, as furnishing the material
for fabric):— bough, forest, shroud, wood.

2794. 12)Hn cbdresh, kho-rashe'; act. part, of

2790; a fabricator or mechanic:— ar-

2795. UJ'in cheresh, khay-rashe'; from 2790;

deaf (whether lit. or spir.):— deaf.

2796. tti'l'n charash, khaw-rawsh'; from 2790; a

fabricator of any material:— artificer,
(■+-) carpenter, craftsman, engraver, maker, +mason,
skilful, (+) smith, worker, workman, such as

2797. NlfhO Charsba', khar-shaw'; from 2792;

magician; Charsha, one of the Nethi-
Dim:— Earsha.

2798. fi'Tp-jn Charashiym, khar-aw-sheem';

p?.ur. of 2796; mechanics, the name
of a valley In Jerus. :— Charashim, craftsmen.

2799. rnjhtl charfishetb, khar-o'sheth; from

2790; mechanical work,-— carving, cut-

2800. ntt$,in Ch&rosheth, khar-o'sheth; the

same as 2799; Charosheth, a place in
Pal.:— Harosheth.

2801. rtntl charath, khawrath'; a prim, root;

to engrave:— graven.

2802. ZTin Cberetb, kheh'-reth; from 2801 [but
equiv. to 2793] ; forest; Chereth, a thicket

in Pal.:— Hereth.

2803. iffin cbasbab, khaw-shab'; a prim, root;
prop, to plait or interpenetrate, i.e. (lit.)

to weave or (gen.) to fabricate; fig. to plot or con-
trive (usually in a malicious sense); hence (from the
mental effort) to think, regard, value, compute:—
(make) account (of), conceive, consider, count,
cunning (man, work, workman), devise, esteem,
find out, forecast, hold, imagine, impute, invent, be
like, mean, purpose, reckon (-ing be made), regard,

2804. SUJri cbasbab (Chald.), khash-ab'; corresp.

to 2803; to regard:— repute.

2805. SttJtl chesheb, khay'-sheb; from 2803; a

belt or strap (as being interlaced):—
curious girdle.

2806. i-CiattJri Chashbaddanah, khash-bad-

' ' daW,naw; from 2803 and 1777;
considerate judge; Chasbaddanah, an Isr.: — Has-

2807. !,DU5n Chashubah, khash-oo-baW ; from

2803; estimation; Chashubah, an
Isr.:— Hashubah.

2808. pailjn cheshbown, khesh-bone'; from

2803; prop, contrivance; by impl. in-
telligence—account, device, reason.

2809. liSlSn Cheshbown, khesh-bone'; the

same as 2808; Cheshbon, a place E.
of the Jordan:— Heshbon.

2810. TttlBn chishshahown, khish-shaw-

bone'; from 2803; a contrivance, i.e.
actual (a warlike machine) or mental (a machina-
tion):— engine, invention.

2811. 7,PSll5n Cbasbabyab, khash-ab-yaw' ; or

liTaiDtl Chashabyahnw, khash-ab-
, yaw'-hoo; from 2803 and 3050; Jah
has regarded; Chashabjah, the name of nine Isr. :—

2812. ilSillJn Cb&sbabnah, khash-ab-naw' ;

fern, of 2808; inventiveness; Chash-
nah, an Isr.:— Hashabnah.

2813. n;?ai230 Chashabn e yah, khash-ab-neh-

1,cm)' ; from 2808 and 3050; thought
of Jah; Chashabnejah, the name of two Isr.:—

2814. train cbasbab, khaw-shaw'; a prim, root;

to hush or keep quiet:— hold peace, keep
silence, be silent, (be) still.

2815. SIIBri Chashsbuwb, khash-shoob'; from

2803; intelligent; Chashshub, the name
of two or three Isr.:— Hashub, Hasshub.

2816. ,illin chashowb (Chald.), khash-oke';

from a root corresp. to 2821; the
dark:— darkness.

2817. NSlfan CbasAwpha', khas-oo-faw'; or

KBWn Cbasnpba.', khas-oo-faw'; from
2834; nakedness; Chasupha, one of the
Nethmim:— Hashupba, Hasupha.

•pWn chashuwq. See 2838.

2818. fitfjtt cbfisbacb (Chald.), kliash-akh'; a

collat. root to one corresp. to 2363 in the
sense of readiness; to be necessary (from the idea of
convenience) or (transit.) to need:— careful, have need

2819. rmrwSrj chashchfrirth, khash-khooth';

from a root corresp. to 2818; neces-
sity:— -be needful.

Indian chasheyk&h. See 2825,

d,tin Chushiym. See 2366.

2820. 'Stort cbasak kliawsak'; a prim root; to

restrain or (reflex.) refrain; by impl. to
refuse, spare, preserve; also (by interch. with 2821) to
observe:— assuage, X darken, forbear, hinder, hold

back, keep (back), punish, refrain, reserve, spare,

2821. 'iJlBH chashak, khawshak'; a prim, root,-
reddish (of the hair or the com- to be dark (as withholding light);
transit, to darken:— be black, be (make) dark, darken,
cause darkness, be dim, hide.

2822. TfUJn choshek, kho-shek'; from 2821; the

dark; hence (lit.) darkness; fig. misery,
destruction, death, ignorance, sorrow, wickedness:—
dark (-ness), night, obscurity.

2823. 'Tjian chashak, khaw-shoke'; from 2821;

dark (fig. i.e. obscure): — mean.

2824. iTOUin cheshfeak, khesh-kaw'; from 2B21;

darkness: — dark.

2825. tlD'iJn ehashfekah, khash-ay-kaw 1 ; or

tlS,lfln ch&shekah, khash-ay-kaw' ;

from 2821; darkness; fig. misery:—

2826. PtfJF chasbal, khaw-shal'; a prim, root;

to make (intrans. be) unsteady, ie.
weak:— feebie.

2827. bl2Jt] chasbal (Chald.), khashMd'; a root

corresp. to 2826; to weaken, to. crush:—

2828. DISH Chashnm, khaw-shoom'; from the

same as 2831; enriched; Chashnm, the
name of two or three Isr.: — Hashum.
WT,,,,,,,, Chnsham. See 2367.

tauin Chushim. See 2366.

2829. ,pMtJn Cheshmown, khesJwnone'} the

same as 2831; opulent; Cheshmon, a
place in Pal. :— Heshmon.

2830. baipn chashmal, khash-mal'; of uncert.

der.; prob. bronze or polished spec-
trum metal:— amber.

2831. ,2U;n chashman, khashman' ; from an

unused root (prob. mean, firm or
capacious in resources) ; appar. wealthy: — princes.

2832. ftMUJn Cbashmdnab, khash,mo-naW;

fern, of 2831 ; fertile; Chasmonah, a
place in the Desert:— Hashmonah.

2833. ,,,,,,,,,lin cbosben, kho'-shen; from an unused

root prob. mean, to contain or sparkle;
pern, apoc&et (as holding the Urim and Thummim),
or rich (as containing gems), used only of the gorget
of the highpriest:— breastplate.

2834. Sliart chasaph, khaw-saf; a prim, root;

to strip off, i.e. gen. to make naked (for
exertion or in disgrace), to drain away or bail up
(a liquid) :— make bare, clean, discover, draw out, take,

2835. Slfen chasipb, khaw-seef; from 2834;

prop, drawn off, i.e. separated; hence a
small company (as divided from the rest):— little

2836. pl2Jn cbashaq, khaw-shak'; a prim, root;

to cling, i.e. join, (fig.) to love, delight in ;
ellipt. (or by interch. for 2820) to deliver:— have a de-
light, (have a) desire, fillet, long, set (in) love.

2837. pllin cbesbeq, khay'-shek; from 2836; de-

light: — desire, pleasure.

2838. pllJn cbasbuq, khaw-shook'; or

p1U3n chashikwq, khaw-shook'; pass. part.
of 2836; attached, i.e. a fence- rail or
rod connecting the posts or pillars:— fillet.

2839. pCn chlshshuq, khish-shook' ; from 2836;

conjoined, i.e. a wheel-spoke or rod con-
necting the hub with the rim:— felloe.

2840. ,llSn chislishur, khish-shoor' ; from an

unused root mean, to bind together;
combined, i.e. the nave or hub of a wheel (as holding
the spokes together):— spoke.

2841. rTlTIJn cbashrab, khash-rawf; from the

same as 2840; prop, a combination or
gathering, i.e. of watery clouds:— dark.
NBU30 Chasapha.'. See 2817.

2842. UJlgn chashash, khaw-shdsli'; by vur. for

7179; dry grass:— chaff.

2843. ,rilBtl Chusbatbty, khoo-shaw-thee' ; pa-

tron, from 2364; a Chushathite or deso,
of Chusbah:— Hushathite.




2844. nt! chath, khath; from 3865; concr.

crushed; also afraid; abstr. terror.—
broken, dismayed, dread, fear.

2845. tin Cheth, khayth; from 2865; terror;

Cheth, an aboriginal Canaanite:— Heth.
2848. Jinn chathah, khaw-thaw 1 ; a prim, root;
T T to lay hold of; espec. to pick up fire:—
heap, take (away).

2847. Finn ehittah,Miit-fa«,'; from 2865; fear:—


2848. bint! chittuwl, khit-tool'; from 2853;

swathed, i.e. a bandage;— roller.

2849. nnnn chathchath, khath-khath'; from

, ! , 2844; terror:— tear.

2850. Tin Chlttiy, khit-tee'; patron, from 2845;

2873. nap tabach, taw-bakh'; a prim, root; to

slaughter (animals or men):— Mil,
(make) slaughter, slay.

2874. nap tebaeh, teh'-bakh; from 2873; prop.

something slaughtered; hence a beast
(or meat, as butchered); abstr. butchery (or concr.
a place of slaughter):— X beast, slaughter, X slay,
X sore.

2875. naU Tebaeh, teh'-bakh; the same as 2874;

massacre; Tebaeh, the name of a Meso-
potamian and of an Isr.:— Tebah.

2876. nay tabbaeh, tab-bawkh'; from 2873;

prop, a butcher; hence a lifeguardsman
(because acting as executioner) ; also a cook (as usually

slaughtering the animal for food):— cook, guard.
a Chittite, or desc. of Cheth:— Hittite, 2877. nap tabbaeh (Chald.), tab-bawkh'; the

same as 2876; a lifeguardsman: —

2878. nrptO tibcliah, tib-khatf; fern, of 2874
and mean, the same:— flesh, slaugh-



2851. nWJ chlttiyth, khit-teeth'; from 2865

' fear:— terror.

2852. linn cb.atb.ab:, khaw-thak'; a prim, root

prop, to cut off, i.e. (fig.) to decree: —

2853. bnn, khaw-thal'; a prim, root; to

swathe:— X at all, swaddle.

2854. nfenn chathullah, khath-ool-law 1 ; from

2853; a swathing cloth (fig.):— swad-
dling band.

2855. ,fbrin Chethlon, kheth-lone'; from 2853;

enswathed; Ohethlon, & place in Pal.:—

2856. Dnn Chatham, khaw-tham'; a prim, root;

to close up; espec. to seal: — make an
end, mark, seal (up), stop.

2857. fintt Chatham (Chald.), khath-am'; a root

corresp. to 2856; to seal:— seal.
Bnh chdtham. See 2368.

2858. nainh chothemeth, kho-the-mefh; fern.

act. part, of 2856; a seal: — signet.

28J59T 1 inn Chatham, khaw-than'; a prim, root;

L, to give (a daughter) away in marriage;

I hence (gen.) to contract affinity by marriage:— join

,,,,,,,, in affinity, father in law, make marriages, mother in

iaw, son in law.

2860. ,inn chathan, khaw-thawn'; from 2859; a
relative by marriage (espec. through the
bride); fig. a circumcised child (as a species of
religious espousal):— bridegroom, husband, son in

FISnn chathnnnah, khath-oon-naw 1

from 2858; a wedding:— espousal.
Einn chathaph, khaw-thaf; a prim, root;

to clutch:— take away.
Jinn chetheph, kheh'-thef; from 2862;
' prop, rapine; fig. robbery:— prey.

2864. ,inn chathar, khaw-thar 1 ; a prim, root;

to force a passage, as by burglary; fig.
with oars:— dig (through), row.

2865. nnn chathath, khaw-thath'; a prim.

root; prop, to prostrate; hence to break
down, either (fit.) by violence, or (fig.) by confusion
and fear:— abolich, affright, be (make) afraid, amaze,
beat down, discourage, (cause to) dismay, go down,
scare, terrify.

2866. nnt! chathath. khath-ath'; from 2865;

dismay: — casting down.

2867. Pnn Chathath, khath-ath'; the same as

,' 2866; Chathath, an Isr.:— Hathath.


2868. aNU t e 'e1, (Chald.), teh-abe'; a prim, root;

to rejoice:— be glad.

2869. ap fab (Chald.), tawb; from 2868; the same

as 2896; good:— fine, good.

2870. b&jaa tab«»el, taw-beh-ale 1 ; from 2895 and

410; pleasing (to) Ood; Tabeel, the
name of a Syrian and of a Persian:— Tabeal, Tabeel.

2871. biaO fabirwl, taw-booV; pass. part, of

2881 ; prop, dyed, i.e. a turban (prob. as
of colored stuff):— dyed attire.

2872. ,,IISO tabbftwr, tab-boor'; from an un-

used root mean, to pile up; prop.
accumulated; ie. (by impl.) a summit.'— middle,


HTjap tabbachah, tab-baw-khaw 1 '; fern.

of 2876; a female cook:— cook.
ntpa Tlbehath, tibkhath'; from 2878;
slaughter; Tibchath, a place in
Syria:— Tibhath.

2881 . 330 tabal, taw-bal'; a prim, root; to dip:—

dip, plunge.

2882. ISTJbaa T e balyahmr, teb-al-yaw'-hoo;

from 2881 and 3050; Jah has dipped;
Tebaljah, an Isr.:— Tebaliah.

2883. 3,aa taba«, taw-bah'; a prim, root; to

sink:— drown, fasten, settle, sink.

2884. niS,SU Tabba'dwth, tab-baw-othe' ; plur.

of 2885; rings; Tabbaoth, one of the
Nethinim:— Tabbaoth.

2885. n»aa tabba'ath, tab-bah'-ath; from 2883;

prop, a seal (as sunk into the wax),
i.e. signet (for sealing); hence (gen.) a ring of any
kind:— ring.

2886. 'p'H'ISC? Tabrimmown, tab-rim-mone' ;

from 2895 and 7417; pleasing (to)
Simmon; Tabrimmon, a Syrian: — Tabrimmon.

2887. nap Tebeth, tay'-beth; prob. of for. der.;

tebeth, the tenth Heb. month:— Te-

2888. natt Tabbath, tab-bath'; of uncert. der.;

Tabbath, a place E. of the Jordan: —

2889. Tina takowr, taw-hore'; or

■,inti tahfip, taw-hore 1 ; from 2891; pure (in
a phys., chem., cerem. or moral
sense):— clean, fair, pure (-ness).

2890. littp » e h6wr, teh-hore'; from 2891;

purity:— pureness.

2891. ',iS'IO tahfer, taw-hare'; a prim, root; prop.

to be bright; i.e. (by impl.) to be pure
(phys. sound, clear, unadulterated; Levit. uncon-
taminated; mor. innocent or holy):— be (make, make
sen,, pronounce) clean, cleanse (self), purge, purify
(-ier, self).

2892. hflb fohar, to'-har; from 2891; lit. bright-

ness; ceremon. purification: — clearness,
glory, purifying.

2893. iTjTJO fohorah, toh-or-aw'; fem. of 2892;

cerem. purification; moral purity: —
X is cleansed, cleansing, purification (-fying).

2894. N10 tuw», too; a prim, root; to sweep

away:— sweep.

2895. Sia (owb, tobe; a prim, root, to be (trans.

do or make) good (or well) in the widest
sense:— be (do) better, cheer, be (do, seem) good,
(make) goodly, X please, (be, do, go, play) well.

2896. aia towb, tobe; from 2895; good (as an

adj.) in the widest sense; used likewise
as a noun, both in the masc. and the fern., the sing,
and the plur. (good, a good or good thing, a good
man or woman; the good, goods or good things, good
men or women), also as an adv. (well):— beautiful,
best, better, bountiful, cheerful, at ease, X fair
(word), (be in) favour, fine, glad, good (deed, -lier,
liest, -ly, -ness, -s), graciously, joyful, kindly, kind-
ness, liketh (best), loving, merry, x most, pleasant,

4- pleaseth, pleasure, precious, prosperity, ready,
sweet, wealth, welfare, (be) well ([-favoured]).

2897. aia Tdwb, tobe; the same as 2896; good:

Tob, a region appar. E. of the Jordan:—

2898. a,ia tu-wrb, foob; from 2895; good (as a

noun), in the widest sense, espec. good-
ness (superl. concr. the best), beauty, gladness, wel-
fare:— fair, gladness, good (-ness, thing, -s), joy, go
well with.

2899. IfPSiN aia T6wb Adoniyahaw,

tobe ctdo-nee-yah'-hoo; from
2896 and 138; pleasing (to) Adonijah; Tob-Adonijah,
an Isr. :— Tob-adonijah.

2900. n,aia Tdwbiyah, to-bee-yaw'; or

IfPaia Towbivahnw, to-bee-yaw 1 -hoo;
from 2896 and 3050; goodness of
Jehovah; Tobijah, the name of three Isr. and of one
Samaritan:— Tobiah, Tobijah.

2901. fna tavah, taw-vow 1 ; a prim, root; to
spin: — spin.

2902. nia Jikwach, too'-akh; a prim, root; to
smear, espec. with lime: — daub, overlay.

plaister, smut.

2903. nOBia towphaphah, to-faw-J aw 1 ; from
an unused root mean, to go around

or bind; a fillet for the forehead:— frontlet.

2904. bia tawl, tool; a prim, root; topitch over
or reel; hence (transit.) to cast down or

out:— carry away, (utterly) cast (down, forth, out),
send out.

2905. Iia tirwr, toor,, from an unused root
mean, to range in a reg. manner; a row;

hence a wall:— row.

2906. 11B t&wr (Chald.), toor; corresp. to 66B7;
a rock or hill:— mountain.

2907. 12310 tfiws, toos; a prim, root; to pounce at
a bird of prey :— haste.

mO t,ath (Chald.), tev-awth'; from a
root corresp. to 2901; hunger (as twist-
ing):— fasting.

2909. nnO taehah, taw-Maw 1 ; a prim, root; to
stretch a bow, as an archer:— [bow-]


2910. !,inO tuwehah, too-khaw'; from 2909 (or
2902) in the sense of overlaying; (in the

plur. only) the kidneys (as being covered); hence (fig.)
the inmost thought:— inward parts.

2911. JinO fchown, tekh-one'; from 2912; a
hand mill; hence a millstone:— to


2912. ,jnO tachan, taw-khan'; a prim, root; to
grind meal; hence to be a concubine

(that being their employment):— grind (-er).

2913. Jtjna fachanah, takh-an-aw 1 ; from 2912;
a hand mill; hence (fig.) chewing:—


2914. ina t e chdr, tekh-ore'; from an unused
root mean, to burn; a boil or ulcer (from

the inflammation), espec. a tumor in the anus or
pudenda (the piles): — emerod.

2915. n,O fiyach, tee'-akh; from (the equiv. of)
2902; mortar or plaster.-— daubing.

2916. O,O fiyt, feet; from an unused root mean,
appar. to be sticky [rath. perh. a denom.

from 2894, through the idea of dirt to be swept away] ;
mud or clay; fig. calamity: — clay, dirt, mire.

2917. yp tiyn (Chald.), teen; perh. by interch.
for a word corresp. to 2916; clay:— miry.

2918. iTTO fiyrah, tee-raw'; fem. of (an equiv.
to) 2905; a wall; hence a fortress or a

hamlet: — (goodly) castle, habitation, palace, row.

2919. bp tal, tal; from 2926; dew (as covering
vegetation):— dew.

2920. ba fal (Chald.), tal; the same as 2919:-

2921. N5p tala,', taw-law 1 ; a prim, root; prop, to
cover with pieces; i.e. (by impl.) to

spot or variegate (as tapestry):— clouted, with divers
colours, spotted.

2922. gbp fla', tel-aw'; appar. from 2921 in the
(orig.) sense of covering (for protection);

a lamb [comp. 2924];— lamb.


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2923. Q'Wbp T e la»Sym, tel-aw-eem'; from the

plur. of 3922; lambs; Telaim, a place
to Pal.:— Telaim.

2924. tlba tiileli. taw-Uh'; by var. for 2922; a

lamb:— lamb.

2925. fhti?tl talfelah, taUtay-law 1 ; from 2904;

overthrow or rejection.-— captivity.

2926. 5313 talal, taw-lal'; a prim, root; prop, to

strew over, i.e. (by impl.) to cover to or
plate (with beams):— cover.

2927. bbu t»lal (Cbald.), tel-al'; corresp. to 2926;

to cover with shade:— have a shadow.

2928. the Tel em, teh'-lem; from an unused

root mean, to breakup or treat violently;
oppression; Telem, the name of a place to Idumssa,
also of a temple doorkeeper:— Telem.
2929'. Ti»by Talmown, tal-mone'; from the
same as 2728; oppressive; Talmon, a
temple doorkeeper: — Talmon.

2930. NME3 fame', taw-may'; a prim, root; to be

foul, espec. to a cerem. or mor. sense
{contaminated):— defile (self), pollute (self), be (make,
make self, pronounce) unclean, x utterly.

2931. N53D f am£', taw-may'; from 2930; foul in a

relig. sense:— defiled, + infamous, pol-
luted (-tion), unclean.

2932. !,lNpa fiua'ah, toom-aw,; from 3930; relig.

impurity: — fllthiness, unclean (-ness).

2933. !,TOD t si ma h. taw-maw'; a collat. form of

2930; to be impure to a relig. sense:— be
defiled, be reputed vile.

2934. ])2£2 faman, taw-man'; a prim, root; to

hide (by cohering over):— hide, lay priv-
ily, to secret.

2935. Nptp tene», teh'-neh; from an unused root

prob. mean, to weave; a basket (of inter-
laced osiers): — basket.

2936. MC fanaph, taw-naf; a prim, root; to

soil:— defile.

2937. FWI2 fa'ab, taw-aw'; a prim, root; totean-

der; causat. to lead astray:— seduce.
8. QyO ta'am, taw-am'; a prim, root; to
taste; flg. to perceive: — X but, perceive,

d3,9 f,,am (Chald.), teh-am'; corresp. to
' 2938; to taste; causat. to feed:— make to
eat, feed.

2940. D?t2 fa'am, tah'-am; from 2938; prop, a

taste, i.e. (fig.) perception; by impl. in-
telligence; transit, a mandate:— advice, behaviour,
decree, discretion, judgment, reason, taste, under-

2941. d?£? ta«am (Chald.), tah'-am; from 2939;

prop, a taste, i.e. (as in 2940) a judicial
sentence:— account, X to be commanded, command-
ment, matter.

2942. fiSU t e «£m (Chald.), tea-ame'; from 2939,

and equiv. to 2941; prop, flavor; fig.
judgment (both subj. and obj.); hence account (both
subj. and obj.): (-chancellor, -f command, com-
mandment, decree, ■+- regard, taste, wisdom.

2943. Wt3 fa'an, taw-an'; a prim, root; to load a

beast:— lade.

2944. W£2 ta'am, taw-an'; a prim, root; to stab:—

thrust through.

Clt3 fapa, taf; from 2952 (perh. referring to
the tripping gait of children); a family
(mostly used collect, in the sing.):— (little) children
(ones), families.

2946. FISH taphach, taw-fakh'; a prim, root; to

flatten out or extend (as a tent); flg. to
nurse a child (as promotive of growth); or perh. a
denom. from 2947, from dandling on the palms: —
span, swaddle.

2947. tlBta tepbach, tay'-fakh; from 2946; a

spread of the hand, i.e. a palm-breadth,
(not , span, of the fingers); archit. a corbel (as a sup-
porting palm):— coping, hand-breadth.

2948. nab tSpuacb, to'-fakh; from 2946 (the

same as 2947):— hand-breadth (broad).
9. F1SE2 (lppncn, tip-pookh'; from 2946; nurs-
ing;— span long-

2950. beta taphal, taw-fal'; a prim, root; prop.

to stick on as a patch; fig. to impute
falsely:— forge (-r), sew up.

2951. ,lOSt? tipbear, tif-sar'; of for. der.; a mil-

itary governor .—captain.
tjSD fapbapb, taw-faf; a prim, root; ap-
par. to trip (with short steps) coquet-
:— mince.

1SU (•pbar (Chald.), tef-ar'; from a root
corresp. to 6852, and mean, the same as
6856; a finger-nail; also a hoof or claw: — nail.

2954. 1Z9SU tiiphash, taw-fash'; a prim, root;

prop, appar. to be thick; flg. to be
stupid:— be fat.

2955. HSU T&pbaXh, taw-fath'; prob. from 5197;

a dropping (of ointment); Taphath, an
Israelitess:— Taphath.

2956. Tlti farad, fato-rad'; a prim, root; to drive

on; flg. to follow close: — continual.

2957. ,fld t e xa.A (Chald.), ier-ad'; corresp. to

2956 ; to expel:— drive.

2958. 'D'ftO t e rowm, ter-ome'; avar. of 2962; not

yet:— before.
'. WJd faracb, taw-rdkh': a prim, root; to
overburden: — weary.
VHo, tdracb, to'-rakh; from 2959; a bur-
den:— cumbrance, trouble.

2961. '''lU tarty, taw-ree'; from an unused root

appar. mean, to be moist; prop, drip-
ping; hence fresh (i.e. recently made such):— new,

2962. d'nD terem, teh'-rem; from an unused root

appar. mean, to interrupt or suspend;
prop, non-occurrence; used adv. not yet or before:—
before, ere, not yet.

2963. tpU |arapn, taw-raf; a prim, root; to

pluck off or pull to pieces; causat. to
supply with food (as in morsels) :— catch, X without
doubt, feed, ravin, rend to pieces, X surely, tear (in

2964. Ifjt? ferepb, teh'-ref; from 2963; something

torn, i.e. a fragment, e.g. a fresh leaf,
prey, food:— leaf , meat, prey, spoil.

2965. Wlt3 |arapfa, taw-rawf; from 2963; re-

cently torn off, i.e. fresh:— pluckt off.

2966. FTS,nt: f e repbab, ter-ay-faw'; fern, (col-

lect.) of 2964; prey, i.e. flocks devoured
by animals:— ravin, (that which was) torn (of beasts,
in pieces).

2967. •'bB'ia yarp e lay (Chald.), tar-pel-ah'ee;

from a name of for. der. ; a Tarpelite
(collect.) or inhab. of Tarpel, a place to Assyria:— Tar-

aN, 1 ya'ab, yaio-db 1 ; a prim, root; to de-
sire:— long.

rW 1 va'ah, yaw-aw'; a prim, root; to be

suitable:— appertain.
liN,'. y,»6wr. See 2975.

2970. fT'lTN, TTa'azanyab, yah-az-an-yaw 1 ; or

lIT'iTJC Xa'azanyabuw, yah-az-an-
yaw'-hoo; from 238 and 3050; heard
of Jah; Jaazanjah, the name of four Isr.:— Jaaza-
niah. Comp. 3153.

2971. TW Ya'iyr, yaw-ere'; from 215; enlight-

ener; Jaw, the name of four Isr. :— Jair.

2972. ,N, 1 Ya'iriy, yaw-ee-ree'; patron, from

2971 ; a Jalrite or desc. of Jair:— Jairite.

2973. 3JJ2 ya'al, yaw-al'; a prim, root; prop, to

be slack, i.e. (flg.) to be foolish:— dote, be
(become, do) foolish (-ly).

2974. b$J ya'al, yaw-al'; a prim, root [prob.

rather the same as 2973 through the idea
of mental weakness] ; prop, to yield, espec. assent;
hence (pos.) to undertake as an act of volition:— as-
say, begin, be content, please, take upon, X willingly,

2975. 'IN? y««ar, yeh-ore'; of Eg. or.; a channel,

e.g. a fosse, canal, shaft; spec, the Nile,
as the one river of Egypt, including its collat. tren-

ches; also the Tigris, as the main river of Assyria!—
brook, flood, river, stream.

2976. 1I3NJ ya'asb, yaw-ash'; a prim, root; to de-

sist, i.e. (fig.) to despond:— (cause to) de
spair, one that is desperate, be no hope.

2977. FPU}, Yd'sbiyab, yo-shee-yaw' ; or

li,P'OSi' 1 Tfo'sbiyabuw, yo-she-yaw'-

hoo; from the same root as 803 and
3050; founded of Jah; Joshijah, the name of two
Isr.:— Josiah.

2978. ,pHiO, y e 'lth6wBi, yeh-ee-thone 1 ; from 857;

an entry:— entrance.

2979. ,,1 nnN'] y e »atb e ray,!,efc-au;-tfter-aft'ee;from

the same as 871 ; stepping; Jeatherai,
an Isr. :— Jeaterai.

2980. aaj yafoah, yaw-bob; a prim, root; to

bawl:— cry out.

2981. bid? y e buwl, yeb-ool'; from 2986; produce,

i.e. a crop or (fig.) wealth:— fruit, in-

2982. Ota? Y e bawc, yeb-oos'; from 947; trodden,

i.e. threshing-p'ace; Jebus, the aborigi-
nal name of Jerus. : —Jebus.

2983. ,'Old? Yebuweij, yeb-oo-see'; patrial from

2982; a Jebusite or inhab. of Jebus:—
Jebusite (-s).

2984. ',Hia? Ylbcbar, yib-khar'; from 977; choice;

Jibchar, an Isr, :— Ibhar.

2985. ,pa J Yabiyn, yaw-bene'; from 995; intel-

ligent; Jabin, the name of two Cana
anitish kings:— Jabin.

Vi,l Yabeysb. See 3003.

2986. baj yabal, yaw-bal'; a prim, root; prop, to

flow; causat. to bring (espec. with
pomp):— bring (forth), carry, lead (forth).

2987. bS 1 ? yn,al (Chald.), yeb-al'; corresp. to

2986; to bring:— bring, carry.
bai yobel. See 3104.

. bd, yabal, yaw-bawl'; from 2986; a
stream: — [water-] course, stream.
bd n Yabal, yaw-bawl'; the same as 2988;

Jabal, an antediluvian:— Jabal.
b, ydbel. See 3104.

2990. ba, yabbel, yob-bale'; from 2986; having

running sores; — wen.

2991. DSba 1 ; TTlbl e ,am, yib-lehrawm' ; from 1104

and 6971 ; devouring people; Jibleam, a
place to Pal. :— Ibleam.

2992. di 1 yabam, yaw-bam'; a prim, root of

doubtful mean. ; used only as a denom.
from 2993; to marry a (deceased) brother's widow:—
perform the duty of a husband's brother, marry.

2993. dd -1 yab&m, l,ato-bamm'; from (theorig. of)

2992; a brother-in-law:— husband's

2994. nna? ,bSmetb, yeb-ay'-meth; fem. part.

of 2992 ; a sister-in-law:— brother's wife,
sister in law.

2995. b&»a? Yabn 6 '6l, yab-neh-ale'; from 1129

and 410; built of God; Jabneel, the
name of two places in Pal. :— Jabneel.

2996. !,I.3a, Yabneb, yab-neh'; from 1129; a

',' building; Jabneh, a place to Pal.:—

2997. FPM? Yibneyab., yib-neh-yaw'; from 1129

and 3050; built of Jah; Jibnejah, an
Isr. :— Ibneiah.

2998. ft,d? Tlbntyab, yib,nee-yaw'; from 1129

and 3050; building of Jah; Jibnijah, an
Isr.:— Ibnijah.

2999. p'3, Tabbdg., yab-boke'; prob. from 1338;

pouring forth; Jabbok, a river E. of the
Jordan:— Jabbok.

3000. liTd'ia? Y e berebyahuw, yeb-eh,ek-

yaw'-hoo; from 1288 and 8050:
blessed of Jah; Jeberekjah, an Isr.:— Jeberechiah.



Strong's Numbers #3001-4000

3001. lBa'' yab£sh, yaw-bashe'; a prim, root; to

be astamed, con,used 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,,

3003. Ilfcp yabesb, yaw-bashe'; from 3001 1 dry:—

dried (away), dry.
3008. 123J3J Ifabesb, yaw-bashe'; the Bame as
3002 (also
18 , , ,, Uabeysb, yaw-bashe'; often with the
addition of 1568, i.e. Jabesh of Qilad);
Jabesh, the name of an Isr, and of a place in Pal.:—
Jabesh ([-Gilead]).

3004. ny?22 yabbasbab, yab-baw-shaw' ; from

3001; dry ground: — dry (ground, land).

3005. D12KP TTibsam, yib-sawm'; from the same

as 1814; fragrant; Jibsam, an Isr.:—

3006. nB33P yabbesbetb, yab-beh'-sheth; a var.

of 3004; dry ground:— dry land.

3007. nttjai yabbesbetb (Chald.), yab-beh'-sheth;

corresp. to 3006; dry land:— earth.

3008. bN?P Tfig'al, yig-awl'; from 1350; avenger;

Jigal, the name of three Isr.:— Igal,



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33'' yagab, yaw-gab'; a prim, root; to dig

or plough:— husbandman.
32P yagfeb, yaw-gabe'; from 3009; a

ploughed field:— field.
WiaTP TTogb e bab, yog-beh-haw' ; tern.
from 1361 ; hillock; Jogbehah, a place
E. of the Jordan:— Jogbehah.

8012. Wb,a,; TTigdalyabAw, yig-dal-yaw'-
T: , ! hoo; from 1431 and 3050; magnified
ofJah; Jigdaljah, an Isr. :— Igdaliah.

3013. STP yagab, yaw-gaw'; a prim, root; to

grieve;— afflict, cause grief, grieve, sor-
rowful, vex.

3014. TV? 1 yagab, yaw-gaw'; a prim, root [prob.

1 , rather the same as 3013 through the com-
mon idea of dissatisfaction] ; to push away:— be re-

3015. ■p,P yagdwn, yaw-gohn'; from 3013; affiic-

tion:— grief, sorrow.

3016. 'liS' 1 yagowr, yaw-gore'; from 3025; fear-

T , M j ; _afraid, fearest.

3017. TUP laguwr, yaw-goor'; prob. from 1481 ;

a lodging; Jagur, a place in Pal.: —

8018. Of, 1 ,,! y«giya,, yeg-ee'-ah; from 3021; toil;
' ' hence a work, produce, property (as the
result of labor):— labour, work.
3019. 3 n 3' 1 yagtya', yaw-ghee 1 -ah; from 3021;

tired: — weary.
8020. ,kiP Yoglly, yog-lee 1 ; from 1540; exiled;

Jogli, an Isr.:— Jogll.
3021. 2)F yaga«, yaw-gah'; a prim, root; prop, to
gasp; hence to be exhausted, to tire, to
toil:— faint, (make to) labour, (be) weary.
8022. W yaga«, yaw-gaw'; from 3021; earnings
, (as the puduct of toil):— that which he
laboured for.

3023. W 1 yag6a«, yaw-gay' -ah; from 3021; tired;

, w hence (trans.) tiresome:— full of labour,

3024. TO y e gi«ab, yeg-ee-aw'; fem. of 8019;

fatigue: — weariness.
8025. ,liP yagfir, yaw-gore'; a prim, root; to
fear:— be afraid, fear.

3026. NfVnnto ,VP Tf e gar Sahaduwtha'

(Chald.), yegar' sah-had-oo-
thaw'; from a word derived from an unused root
(mean, to gather) and a der. of a root corresp. to
7717; heap of the testimony; Jegar-Sahadutlia, a
cairn E. of the Jordan:— Jegar-Sahadutha.

3027. ,P yad, yawd; a prim, word; a hand (the

open one [indicating power, means, direc-
tion, eta.], in distinction from 3709, the closed one);
used (as noun, adv., etc.) in a great variety of appli-
cations, both lit. and fig., both proximate and remote
[as follow]:— (+ be) able, X about, + armholes, at,
axletree, because of, beside, border, x bounty,
-j- broad, [broken-] handed, X by, charge, coast,
-j- consecrate, + creditor, custody, debt, dominion,
X enough, + fellowship, force, X from, hand [-staves,
-y work], X he, himself, X in, labour, -f- large, ledge,
[left-] handed, means, X mine, ministry, near, X of,
X order, ordinance, X our, parts, pain, power, X pre-
sumptuously, 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 fliim,
me, you), work, ■+• yield, X yourselves.

3028. t! yad (Chald.), yad; corresp. to 3027:—

hand, power.

3029. NT yMa.' (Chald.), yed-aw 1 ; corresp. to

3034; to praise:— (give) thank (-s).

3030. tlV&PP Yidalab.ttfd'-aJ-aw'.-ofuncert.der.

Jidalah, a place in Pal.:— Idalah.

3031. 12J3,P Tttdbasb, yid-bawsh'; from the same

! ' as 1706; perh. honeyed; Jidbash, an
Isr.:— Idbash.

3032. TP yadad, yaw-dad'; a prim, root; prop.

to handle [comp. 3034], i.e. to throw, e.g.
lots:— cast.

3033. mTP ydtddwtb, yed-ee-dooth' ; from

3039; prop, affection; concr. a darling
object:— dearly beloved.

3034. !TP y&dab, yaw-daw 1 ; a prim, root; used

only as denom. from 3027; lit. to use (i.e.
hold out) the hand; phys. to throw (a stone, an ar-
row) at or away; espec. to revere or worship (with ex-
tended hands); intens. to bemoan (by wringing the
hands):— cast (out), (make) confess (-ion), praise,
shoot, (give) thank (-fill, -s, -sgiving).

3035. IT YIddow, yid-do'; from 3034; praised;

Jiddo, an Isr.:— Iddo.

3036. pT Yaddwn, yaw-done'; from 3034;

thankful; Jadon, an Isr.:— Jadon.

3037. 2,FC Yaddtiwa', yad-doo'-ah; from 3045;

knowing; Jaddua, the name of two
Isr.:— Jaddua.

3038. WrtT T«duirthuwii, yed-oo-thoon' ; or

,],irfp Y s dutbdwn, yed-oo-thoon'; or

■JirPT Y e diytbuwn, yed-ee-thoon' ; prob.
from 3034; laudatory; Jeduthun, an
Isr. :— Jeduthun.

3039. ,JTp y e dfyd, yed-eed'; from the same as

1730; loved:— amiable, (well-) beloved,

3040. TTVV YOdiydab, yed-ee-daw'; fem. of

3039; beloved; Jedidah, an Israelit-
ess:— Jedidah.

3041. StJTT Y e diyd e yab, yed-ee-deh-yaw' ;

,' from 3089 and 3050; beloved ofJah;
Jedidejah, a name of Solomon:— Jedidiah.

3042. PPT Y e d»yab, yed-aw-yaw'; from 3034

and 3050; praised of Jah; Jedajah, the
name of two Isr. :— Jedaiah.

3043. b»TT. T e dty«a'ffl, yed-ee-ah-ale'; from

3045 and 410; knowing God; Jediael,
the name of three Isr. :— Jediael.

3044. E]bT Yidlapb, yid-lawf; from 1811; tear-

ful; Jidlaph, a Mesopotamian:— Jidlaph.

3045. i,T yada,, yaw-dah'; a prim, root; to

know (prop, to ascertain by seeing); used
in a great variety of senses, flg., lit., euphem. and
infer, (including observation, care, recognition; and
causat. instruction, designation, punishment, etc.)
[as follow]:— acknowledge, acquaintance (-ted with),
advise, answer, appoint, assuredly, be aware, [un]
awares, can [-not], certainly, for a certainty, compre-
hend, consider, X could they, cunning, declare, be
diligent, (can, cause to) discern, discover, endued with,
familiar friend, famous, feel, can have, be [ig-] no-
rant, 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. yT yoda, (Chald.), yed-ah'; corresp. to

3045: — certify, know, make known,

3047. Vf Yada.«, yaw-daw 1 ; from 8045; knowing;

Jada, an Isr.:— Jada.

3048. S-WT IMa'yah, yed-ah-yaW; from 3045

and 3050 ; Jah has known; Jedajah, the
name of two Isr.:— Jedaiah.

,'pJ'T yldd c ,6niy, yid-deh-o-nee'; from
3045; prop, a knowing one; spec, a con-
jurer; (by impl.) a ghost:— wizard.

3050. SP Yabh, yaw; contr. for 3068, and mean.

the same; Jah, the sacred name:— Jah, the
Lord, most vehement. Cp. names in ,-iah,, ,-jah.,

3051. 3!T yahab, yaw-hob 1 ; a prim, root; to

give (whether lit. or flg.); gen. to put;
imper. (reflex.) come:— ascribe, bring, come on, give,
go, set, take.

3052. SiT y e bab (Chald.), yeh-haW; corresp. to

3051:— deliver, give, lay, -+- prolong, pay,

3053. 5!T yobab, yeh-hawb 1 ; from 3051; prop.

what is given (by Providence), i.e. a
lot:— burden.

3054. ,IST yabad, yaw-had'; denom. from a form

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

3055. ,1ST 1 TT e bud, yeh-hood'; a briefer form of

one corresp. to 3061; Jehud, a place in
Pal.:— Jehud.

3056. ,'TT Yehday, yeh-dah'ee; perh. from a

form corresp. to 3061; Judaistic; Jeh-
dai, an Isr.:— Jehdai.

3057. STCffP. T e budtyab, yeh-hoo-dee-yaw' ;

fem. of 3064; Jehudijah, a Jewess:—

3058. N1ST YSbftir', yay-hoo'; from 3068 and

1931 ; Jehovah (is) He; Jehu, the name of
five Isr.:— Jehu.

3059. TtlSiFP Y e bdWacbaz, yeh-ho-aw-

khawz'; from 3068 and 270; Jehovah-
seized; Jehoachaz, the name of three Isr.:— Jehoahaz.
Comp. 3099.

3060. IZi&jirP Y e bow,asb, yeh-ho-awsh' ; from

3068 and (perh.) 784; Jehovah-fired;
Jehoash, the name of two Isr. kings:— Jehoash
Comp. 3101.

3061. TFP Y e bAwd (Chald.), yeh-hood'; contr.

from a form corresp. to 3063; prop,
Judah, hence Judosa: — Jewry, Judah, Judea.

3062. ,Witt? Y e bdwda'iy (Chald.), yeh-hoo-

daw-ee'; patrial from 3061; a, Jehu-
da'ite (or Judaite), i.e. Jew:— Jew.

3063. JTJIFP Y e b«wdab, yeh-hoo-daW; from

8034; celebrated; Jehudah (or Judah),
the name of five Isr.; also of the tribe descended
from the first, and of its territory:— Judah.

3064. ,',JlST Y e biiwdiy, yeh-hoo-dee' ; patron.

from 3063; a Jehudite (i.e. Judaite or
Jew), or desc. of Jehudah (i.e. Judah):— Jew.
8065. Tl!,P Y e buwdiy, yeh-hoo-dee'; the same
as 3064; Jehudi, an Isr. :— Jehudi.

3066. r,,}W T e buwdiytb, yeh-hoo-deeth';

fem. of 8064; the Jewish (used adv.)
language:— in the Jews' language.

3067. rPTfP TT e bftwdiytb, yeh-hoo-deeth' ; the

same as 3066; Jewess; Jehudith, a
Canaanitess :— Judith.

3068. i-tii-p Yobdvah, yeh-ho-vaw 1 ; from 1961;

(the) sell-Existent or Eternal; Jeho-
vah, Jewish national name of God:— Jehovah, the
Lord. Comp. 3050, 3069.

3069. i-pPP Y e b6vib, yeh-ho-vee'; a var. of 8068

[used after 186, and pronounced by
Jews as 430, in order to prevent the repetition of the
same sound, since they elsewhere pronounce 3068 as

3070. i-INT nirp Y e b6vab ylreb, yeh-ho-

vaw' yir-eh'; from 3068 and
7200; Jehovah will see (to it); Jehovah-Jireh, a sym-
bolical name for Mt. Moriah:— Jehovah-jireh.

3071. ,'SJ iTJfP Y e bovab nicely, yeh-ho-vato'

nis-see'; from 8068 and 5251 with
pron. suffix.; Jehovah (is) my banner; Jehovah-
Nissi, a symbolical name of an altar in the Desert.—

3072. W]5.,]S nirr Y e bovah tsldq6nnw,

yeh-ho-vaw' tsid-kay'-noo;
from 3068 and 6664 with pron. suffix. ; Jehovah (is) our
right; Jehovah-Tsidkenu, a symbolical epithet of the
Messiah and of Jerus.:— the Lord our righteousness.

Vehhovaw shawlome


3073. CffelzS HTTP, Y e b6va.b shalowm, yeh-

ho-vav? shaw-lome J ; from 3066
and 7985; Jehovah (is) peace; Jehovah-Shalom, a sym-
bolical name of an altar in Pal. :— Jehovah-shalom,

3074. ttttllj i,li!T« Y e bdvab shammab, yeh-

ho-vaw' shaiom' -maw; from 3068
and 8033 with directive enclitic; Jehovah (is) thither;
Jehovah-Shammah, a symbol, title of Jerus.:— Jeho-

3075. ,iSp-T Y e bowaabad, yeh-ho-zaw-bawd' ;

from 3068 and 2064; Jehovah-en-
dowed; Jehozabad, the name of three Isr.:— Jehoza-
bad. Comp. 3107.

3076. IjnitT Y e bowcbauan, yeh-ho-khaw-

natim'; from 3068 and 2603; Jehovah-
favored; Jehochanan, the name of eight Isr.:— Jeho-
hanan, Johanan. Comp. 3110.

3077. 3,TiS,P Y«b6wyada«, yeh-ho-yaw-daw 1 ';

from 8068 and 8045; Jehovah-known;
Jehojada, the name of three Isr. :— Jehoiada. Comp.


3078. TOriT Y e bdwyakiyn, yeh-ho-yaw-

keen'; from 3068 and 3559; Jehovah
will establish; Jelwjakin, a Jewish king:— Jehoiachin.
Comp. 3112.

3079. Q,VP Y e bdwyaqiym, yeh-ho-yaw-

keem'; from 3068 abbrev. and 6965;
Jehovah will raise; Jehojakim, a Jewish king; —
Jehoiakim. Comp. 3113.

3080. S,irT Y«b6wyariyb,yeft-fto-yau,-reeb';

from 3068 and 7378; Jehovah will
contend; Jeftojarib, the name of two Isr.:— Jehoiarlb.
Comp. 3114.

3081. b3tt,P Y,,huwkal, yeh-hooJcal'; from

3201; potent; Jehukal, an Isr. : — Jebu-
cal. Comp. 8116.
3083. S'ljilTP Y«h6wnadafc, yeh-ho-naw-

dawb'; from 3068 and 5068; Jehovah-
largessed; Jehonadab, the name of an Isr. and of an
Arab: — Jehonadab, Jonadab. Comp. 3122.
3083. ■JlJjiJ-P Y e bdwna.tbaii, yeh-ho-naw-

thawn'; from 3068 and 5414 ; Jehovah-
given; Jehonathan, the name of four Isr.;— Jona-
than. Comp. 3129.

3084 E|5i!,P Y e b6w£Spb, yeh-ho-safe'; a fuller
form of 3130; Jehoseph (i.e. Joseph), a
son of Jacob:— Joseph.

3085. rtWitt? Y e bow,addak, yeh-ho-ad-daw' ;

from 3068 and 5710; Jehovah-adorn-
ed; Jehodddah, an Isr. : — Jehoada.

3086. •pWifP Y e bow,addiyn, yeh-ho-ad-

deen'; or
YjSTSTJ Y e bowaddan, yeh-ho-ad-davm' ;
from 3068 and 5727; Jehovah-pleased;
Jehoaddin or Jehodddan, an Israelitess: — Jenoaddan.

3087. PjSS, 1 ? Yefcowtsadaq, yeh-ho-tsaw-

dawk'; from 3068 and 6663; Jehovah-
righted; JehoUadak, an Isr.:— Jehozadek, Josedech.
Comp. 3136.

8088. B,i!,, Yobowram, yeh-ho-rawm' ; from
3068 and 7311 ; Jehovah-raised; Jeho-
ram, the name of a Syrian and of three Isr.:— Jeho-
ram, Joram. Comp. 3141.

3089. S,OTT] Y,li6wshebat, yeh-ho-sheh'-bah;

from 3068 and 7650; Jehovah-sworn;
Jehosheba, an Israelitess:— Jehosheba. Comp. 3090.

3090. rwaiBirP Y e hdwshab,atU yeh-ho-

shab-ath'; a form of 8089; Jehosh-
abath, an Israelitess:— Jehoshabeath.

3091. SlttfifP T«how!hiiwa,, yeh-ho-shoo'-ah;

2OTP Y e h©wsba«a, yeh-ho-shoo'-ah;
from 3068 and 3467; Jehovah-saved;
Jehoshua (i.e. Joshua), the Jewish leader:— Jehoshua,
Jehoshuab, Joshua. Comp. 1954, 3442,

3092. DStfliJ-p Y e hdwsbaphaf, yeh-ho-shaw-

fawt'; from 3068 and 8199; Jehovah-
judged; Jehoshaphat, the name of six Isr. ; also of a
valley near Jerus. :— Jehoshaphat. Comp. 3146.

3093. T,P yabiyr, yaw-here'; prob. from the

same as 2022; elated; hence arrogant:—
haughty, proud.

3094. bi,VWT Y e taallel,el, yeh-hal-lel-ale' ; from

1984 and 410; praising God; Jehal-
lelel, the name of two Isr. :— Jehaleleel, JehaleleL

3095. ti,TV yakal©m,ya&-ftaJ-ome';froml986(in

the sense of hardness); a precious
stone, prob. onyx:— diamond.

3096. yil2 Yabato, yah'-hats; or

?,!3S?7? Yabtsah, yah'-tsaw; or (fern.)
tlSrP Yabtsah, yah-tsaw 1 ; from an un-
used root mean, to stamp; perh. thresh-
ing-floor; Jahats or Jahtsah, a place E. of the Jor-
dan:— Jahaz, Jahazah, Jahzah.

3097. iNV Yow'ab, yo-awb'; from 3068 and 1;

Jehovah-fathered; Jodb, the name of
three Isr. :— Joab.

3098. flNi 1 Yow'ach, yo-awkh'; from 3068 and

251; Jehovah-brothered; Joaeh, the
name of four Isr. :— Joah.

3099. tn&O, 1 Yow'acbaz, yo-aw-khawz' ; a form

of 3059; Jodchaz, the name of two
Isr. :— Jehoabaz, Joahaz.

3100. bitV Ydw'el, yo-ale'; from 3068 and 410;

Jehovah (is his) God; Joel, the name of
twelve Isr.:— Joel.

3101. IBNii Yow'aeh, yo-awsh'; or

U), Yo'asb (2 Chron. 24 : 1), yo-awsh'; a
form of 3060; Joash, the name of six
Isr.:— Joash.

3102. Si,, Tow,, yobe; perh. a form of 3103, but

more prob. by err. transc. for 3437; Job,
an Isr.:— Job.

3103. Sir Towbab, yo-bawb'; from 2980; howl-

er; Jobab, the name of two Isr. and of
three foreigners:— Jobab.

3104. bar, yo-bale'; or

1 05? yobel, yo-bale'; appar. from 2986; the
blast of a horn (from its continuous
sound); spec, the signal of the silver trumpets;
hence the instrument itself and the festival thus intro-
duced:— jubile, ram's horn, trumpet.

3105. b'J.V yftwbal, yoo-bal'; from 2986; a

stream:— river.

3106. ba,P Yuwbal, yoo-bawl'; from 2986
stream; Jubal, an antediluvian:— Jubal.

3107. Tarp Ydwzabad, yo-zaw-bawd' ; a form

of 3075; Jozabad, the name of ten
Isr:— Josabad, Jozabad.

3108. ',OT, 1 Tdvzakar, yo-zaw-kawr'; from

3068 and 2142; Jehovah-remembered;
Jozacar, an Isr. :— Jozachar.

3109. NHV Yowcha,, yo-khaw 1 ; prob. from

8068 and a var. of 2421; Jehovah-re-
vived; Jocha, the name of two Isr. : — Joha.

3110. Ijni,' Tnwchanan, yo-Itfcato-naum'; a

form of 3076; Jochanan, the name of
nine Isr.:— Johanan.

1V$V Yuwjah. See 3194.

3111. 9,ffl Y6wyada«, yo-yaw-daW; a form of

3077; Jojada, the name of two Isr.:—
Jehoiada, Joiada.
8112. ']■ , S■ , ,' , Yfrwyakiyn, yo-yaw-keen'; a form

of 3078; Jojakin, an Isr. king:—
3113. D','P Ydwyaqiym, yo-yate-keem';

form of 3079; Jojakim, an Isr.:—
Joiakim. Comp. 3187,
3114 B,T Yowyariyb, yo-yaw-reeb' ; a form

of 3080; Jojarib, the name of four
Isr.:— Joiarib.

3115. laai -1 Yowkebed, yo-keh'-bed; from 3068

contr. and 3513; r ehovah-gloried; Jo-
kebed, the mother of Moses:— Jochebed.

3116. V§,P Tawkal, yoo-kal'; a form of 8081;

Jukal, an Isr.:— Jucal.

3117. 0T 1 yowm, yome; from an unused root

mean, to be hot; a day (as the warm
hours), whether lit. (from sunrise to sunset, or from
one sunset to the next), or fig. (a space of time de-
fined by an associated term), [often used adv.] :— age,
+ always, + chronicles, continually (-ance), daily,
([birth-], each, to) day, (now a, two) days (agone),
+ elder, X end, 4. evening, + (for) ever (-lasting,

-more), X full, life, as (so) long as (. . . live), (even)
now, + old, + outlived, -f perpetually, presently.
-f- remaineth, x required, season, X since, space,
then, (process of) time, + as at other times, -f- in trou-
ble, weather, (as) when, (a, the, within a) while (that),
X whole (-f age), (full) year (-ly), + younger.

3118. tiP yowm (Chald.), yome; corresp. to 3117;

a day:— day (by day), time.

3119. Dai, 1 yowmam, yo-maicm'; from 8117;

daily:— daily, (by, in the) day (-time).

3120. ,]P Yavan, yaw,vawn'; prob. from the

same as 3196; effervescing (i.e. hot and ac-
tive); 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. ,]P yaven, yaw-ven'; from the same as 3196;

prop, dregs (as effervescing); hence
mud:— mire, miry.

3122. anSi'' Yownadtib, yo-matodatob'; a form

of 3082; Jonadab, the name of an Isr.
and of a Rechabite:— Jonadab.

3123. {,UP ydwnah, yo-naw'; prob. from the

same as 3196; a dove (appar. from the
warmth of their mating):— dove, pigeon.

3124. tliP Yomili. yo-nav,; the same as 3123;

Jonah, an Isr. : — Jonah.

3125. ,W 1 . Y'vaniy, yev-aw-nee'; patron, from

3121; a Jevanite, or desc. of Javan:—

3126. pSi,' yowneq, yo-nake'; act. part, of 8243;

a sucker; hence a twig (of a tree felled
and sprouting) : — tender plant.

3127. ripjn 1 ydwneqetb, yo-neh'-keth; fern. o£

3126; a sprout: — (tender) branch,
young twig.

3128. trp'rfj bbNi t-OY 1 ydwnath. »elem r«-

choqiym, yo-nath' ay 1 -
lem rekh-o-keem' ; from 3123 and 482 and the plur. of
7360; dove of (the) silence (i.e. dumb Israel) o,(i.e.
among) distances (i.e. strangers); the title of a ditty
(used for a name of its melody):— Jonath-elem-recho-

3129. ,|n3',■ , Ydwnatban, yo-naw-thaum' ; a

form of 3083; Jonathan, the name Of
ten Isr. :— Jonathan.

3130. r,Di, 1 Y6w?6ph, yo-safe'; tat. of 3254; let

him add (or perh. simply act. part, add-
ing); Joseph, the name of seven Isr. :— Joseph.
Comp. 8084.

3131. frCDi,' Ydwciphyah, yo-sif-yavy; from

act. part, of 3254 and 3050; Jah (is)
adding; Josiphjah, an Isr.:— Josipbiah.

3132. fibNyp Ydw,6,lab, yo-ay-laW; perh.

fern. act. part, of 8276; furthermore;
Joelah, an Isr.: — Joelah.

3133. lyi, 1 Y6w,£d, yo-ade'; appar. act. part, of

3259; appointer; Joed, an Isr.:— Joed.

3134. I ',W , V , Y6w,ezer, yo-ea'-zer; from 8068 and

5828; Jehovah (is his) help; Joezer, an
Isr.:— Joezer.

3135. layr Y6w«a«li, yo-awsh'; from 8068 and

5789; Jehovah-hastened; Joash, the
name of two Isr.:— Joash.



(5,l3tT Yowtsadaq, yo-tsauwiaM,'; a
form of 3087; Jotsadak, an Isr.:— Jo-

d,'j? l 1 Yowqtym, yo-keem'; a form of 8113;
Jokim, an Isr.:— Jokim.

3138. fTTh ydwreh, yo-reft'; act. part, of 3884;

sprinkling; hence a sprinkling (or au-
tumnal showers):— first rain, former [rain].

3139. l, t ,,' , Yowrab., yo-raw'; from 3384; rainy,

Jorah, an Isr. :— Jorah.

3140. ' , ',,' , Yowray, yo-rah'-ee; from 3381:

rainy; Jorai, an Isr.:— Jorai.

3141. fi'li 1 Ydwram, yo-rawm'; a form of 3088!

Joram, the name of three Isr. and one
Syrian:— Joram.

3142. IDn attPP Yuwshab Obeyed, yoc-shaV

kheh'-sed; from 7725 and 2617;
kindness will be returned; Jushab-Chesed, an Isr.J—


Yehhovaw shawlome


3143. n,ffii, Yowsbibyab, yo-shib-yav,;

from 3427 and 30S0; Jehovah will
cause to dwell; Joshibjah, an Isr.:— Josibiab.

3144. fTBT 1 ITowgbab, yo-shaw'; prob. a form

of 3145; Joshah, an Isr.:— Joshah.

3145. {,PITST 1 Y6wsliavy;tb, yo-shav-yaw' ;

from 3068 and 7737; Jehovah-set;
Joshavjah, an Isr.:— Joshaviah. Comp. 3144.

3146. UEUJi, 1 Towshiiphal, yo-shaw-fawt' ; a

form of 3093; Joshaphat, an Isr.:—

3147. Dni, 1 Yowiliiiiu, yo-thawm'; from 3068

and 8535; Jehovah (is) perfect; Jotham,
the name of three Isr.:— Jotham.

3148. ,riV yowtber, yo-thare'; act. part, of

8498; prop, redundant; hence over and
above, as adj., noun, adv. or conj. [as follows]:—
better, more (-over), over, profit.

3149. bNlT, 10 Y e zav'el, yez-av-ale'; from an un-

used root (mean, to sprinkle) and
410; sprinkled of God; Jezavel, an Isr. :— Jeziel [from
the marff.J.

3150. S,PTJ ,JTIzziyata, yiz-zee-yaw'; from the

same as the first part of 3149 and 3050;
sprinkled ofjah; Jiizijah, an Isr.:— Jeziah.

3151. P'p ,Yaziyz yaw-zeez'; from the same as

3133; he will make prominent; Jaziz, an
Isr. :— Jaziz.

3152. r,!N,br Yizliy'ab, yiz-lee-aw'; perh. from

an unused root (mean, to draw up) ;
he will draw out; Jizliah, an Isr.:— Jezliah.

3153. iTTiT'? Tfezanyab, yez-an-yaw'; or

ItTDP Tf e zanyahuw, yez-an-yaw'-hoo;
prob. for 2970; Jezanjah, an Isr.:—

3154. 3,P yeza', yeh'-zah; from an unused root

mean to ooze; sweat, i.e. (by impl.) a
sweating dress: — any thing that causeth sweat.

3155. n'l'P TTIzracb, yiz-rawkh'; a var. for 250;

a Jizrach (i.e. Ezrachite or Zarcbite) or
desc. of Zerach: — Izrahite.

3156. FPrHP TTizracbyab, yiz-rakh-yaw' ;

from 2224 and 3050; Jah will shine;
Jizrachjah, the name of two Isr.:— Izrahiah, Jezra-

3157. btenr Vizre'e'l, yiz-reh-ale' ; from 2232

and 410; God will sow; Jizreel, the
name of two places in Pal. and of two Isr.:— Jezreel.

3158. ,br,T? Yizr e ,e»Iiy, yiz-reh-ay-lee' ;

patron, from 3157; a Jizreelite or
native of Jizreel: — Jezreelite.

3159. rpb»9,,,,,,,,,V YtzrO'e'liytfi, yiz-reh-ayleeth' ;

fem. of 3158; a Jezreelitess:— Jez-

3160. Tiarp ,IT e ehobbab, yekh-oob-baw' ; from

2247; hidden; Jechubbah, an Isr.:— Je-

3161. If yachad, yaw-khad'; a prim, root; to

be (or become) owe:— join, unite.

3162. 1£P yacbad, yakh'-ad; from 3161; prop, a

unit, i.e. (adv.) unitedly: — alike, at all
(once), both, likewise, only, (al-) together, withal.

3163. TirP YacMow, yakh-doe'; from 3162 with

pron. suffix; his unity, i.e. (adv.) toge-
ther; Jachdo, an Isr.:-TTahdo.

3164. biT'irP Yacbdiy'el, yakh-dee-ale' ; from

3163 and 410; unity of God; Jachdiel,
an Isr.: — JahdieL

3165. TP'virr TTecbdtyabAw, yekh-dee-yaw'-

hoo; from 3162 and 3050; unity of
Jah; Jechdijah, the name of two Isr. :— Jehdeiah.
btJTtF. TT e cbav'e1. See 3171.

3166. btTtrr lfacb&ziy,el, yakh-az-ee-ale';

, from 2372 and 410; beheld of God;
Jachaziel, the name of five Isr.: — Jahaziel, Jahziel.

3167. !,PTrP Tacbz,yab, yakh-zeh-yaw' ; from

2372 and 3050; Jah will behold; Jachze-
jah, an Isr.: — Jahaziah.

8168. bNpTtP T e cbezq6'l, yekh-ez-kale' ; from
2388 and 410; God will strengthen;
Jechezkel, the name of two Isr,:— Ezekiel, Jeheze-

3169. HJpTtn Y e chizqiyab, yekh-iz-kee-yaw' ;

VPjJJIT Tf e cblzqiyah»w, yekh-iz-kee-
' yaW-hoo; from 3388 and 3050;
strengthened of Jah; Jechizkijah, the name o£ five
Isr.:— Hezekiah, Jebizkiah. Comp. 3396.

3170. tTlTtP ITacbzerab, yakh-zay-raw' ; from

the same as 2386; perh. protection;
Jachzerah, an Isr. :— Jahzerah.

3171. b&W Y e cbiy»el, j,efcft-ee-a'e';or(2Chron.

' '29 : 14)
bjSirr Y e ebav,el, yekh-av-ale' ; from 2421
and 410; God will live; Jechiel (or
Jechavel), the name of eight Isr. :— Jehiel.

3172. ,'b&rrP Y,=cbty,elty, yekh-ee-ay-lee'; pat-

ron. from 3171; a Jechielite or desc.
of Jechiel:— Jehieli.

3173. TrP yacbtyd, yaw-kheed'; from 3161; prop.

united, i.e. sole; by impl. beloved; also
lonely; (fem.) the life (as not to be replaced):— dar-
ling, desolate, only (child, son), solitary.

3174. fTTP Tf e cbiyab, yekh-ee-yaw' ; from 2431

and 3050; Jah will live; Jechijah, an
Isr. :— Jehiah. '

3175. bTl,' yachiyl, yaio-kheel'; from 3176; ex-

pectant:— should hope.

3176. 3 IT yacbal, yaw-chal'; a prim, root; to

wait; by impl. to be patient, hope: —
(cause to, have, make to) hope, be pained, stay, tarry,
trust, wait.

3177. b$6rr Yacbl e ,el, yakh-leh-ale'; from 3176

and 410; expectant of God; Jachleel,
an Isr.:— Jahleel.

3178. ,biStbrn Yacbie'eliy, yakh-leh-ay-lee' ;

patron, from 3177; a Jachleelite or
desc. of Jacbleel. :— Jahleelites.

3179. DrP yacbam, yaw-kham'; a prim, root;

prob. to be hot; fig. to conceive:— get
heat, be hot, conceive, be warm.

3180. TmJT yachmdwr, yakh-moor' ; from

a560; a kind of deer (from the color;
comp. 2543): — fallow deer.

3181. , r &n2 Xacbmay, yakh-mah'-ee; prob. from

3179; hf,t; Juchmai, an Isr.: — Jahmai.

3182. f|rP yaeheph, ynw-khafe'; from an un-

used root mean, to take off the shoes;
unsandalled: — barefoot, being unshod.

3183. btjSBT Yaehts e, el, yakh-tseh-ale'; from

2673 and 410; Ttn'd will allot; Jacht-
seel, anlsr.:— Jahzeel. Comp. 3185.

3184. ,•bN'lt'fP Yacbts,-''eliy. tjakh-tsehay-lee';

patron, from 3is:j; a Jachtseelite
(collect.) or desc. of Jachtseel:— Jauzwlitas.

3185. biTltrP Yachtsiy'el, yakh-tsee-ale' ; from

, 2673 and 410; allotted of God;
Jachtsiel. an Isr. :— Jahziel. Comp. 3183.

3186. 1,T yacbar, yaw-khar'; a prim, root; to

delay:— tarry longer.

3187. tori, 1 yacbas, yaw-khan?; a prim, root; to

sprout; used only as denom. from 3188;
to enroll by pedigree: — (number after, number
throughout the) genealogy (to be reckoned), be reck-
oned by genealogies.

3188. totT yacbas, ydkh'-as; from 3187; a pedi-

gree or family list (as growing spontane-
ously) :— genealogy.

3189. nrP Tacbatb, yakh'-ath; from 3161;

unity; Jachath, the name of four Isr. : —

3190. ,£3, yatab, yaw-tab'; a prim, root; to be

(causat.) make well, lit. (sound, beautiful)
or fig. (happy, successful, right): — be accepted, amend,
use aright, benefit, be (make) better, seem best, make
cheerful, be comely, + be content, diligent My), 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, seen].

3191. SCS] yefab (Chald.), yet-ab 1 ; corresp. to

3190:— seem good.

3192. IrOa; Yotbab, yot-baW; from 8190; pleas-

antness; Jotbah, a, place in Pal.:—

3193. firOt?, Yotbatbab, yot-baw'-thaw; from

3192; Jotbathah, a place in the Des-
ert:— Jotbath, Jotbathah.

3194. !,IET Yntjab, yoot-taw'; or

f,,,,,,,,OV ITuwfab, yoo-taw'; from 6186; ex-
tended; Juttah (or Jutah), a place in
Pal.:— Juttah.

3195. T£3? Y e tdwr, yet-oor'; prob. from the

same as 2905; encircled (i.e. inclosed);
Jetur, a son of Ishmael:— Jetur.

3196. 1,,2 yayln, yah'-yin; from an unused root

mean, to effervesce; wine (as fermented);
by Impl. intoxication: — banqueting, wine, wine

3197. Tjl yak, yak; by err. transe. for 3027; a

hand or side:— [way-] side.
V-D,; yaliowl. See 3201.

il'TO'! Y e kown e yab. See 3204.

3198. nD, 1 yakacb, yaw-kahh'; a prim, root; to

be right (i.e. correct); recip. to argue;
causat. to decide, justify or convict: — appoint, argue,
chasten, convince, correct (ion), daysman, dispute,
judge, maintain, plead, reason (together), rebuke, re-
prove (-r), surely, in any wise.

r,pb , 3'; Y e biyl e yab. See 3203.

3199. fSfl Yakiyn, yaw-keen'; from 3559; he (or

it) will establish; Jakin, the name of
three Isr. and of a temple pillar:— Jachin.

3200. ,'i' , '?' 1 Yakiyniy, yaw-kee-nee' ; patron.

from 3199; &Jakinite (collect.) or desc
of Jakin:— Jachinites.

3201. bb; yabol, yaw-kole'; or (fuller)

biS 1 yabowl, yaw-kole'; a prim, root; to

be able, lit. (can, could) or mor. (may,

might):— be, able, any at all (ways), attain, can (away

with, [-not]), could, endure, might, overcome, have

power, prevail, still, suffer.

3202. b? - ; y,kel (Chald.), yek-ale'; or

b,? y e kiyl (Chald.), yek-eel'; corresp. to
3201:— be able, can, couldest, prevail.

3203. T,bS,! X e kolyab, yek-ol-yaw'; and

,l!,pb;p Y e bolyabuw, yek-ol-yaw' -hoo; or

' : ' ' (2 Ch. 26 : 3)
nT5, 1 'J' 1 .° Tekiyioyab, yek-ee-teh-yaw 1 ; from
3301 and 3050; Jah will enable; JekoU
jah or Jekiljah, an Israelitess:— Jecholiah, Jecoliah.

3204. !,P?5, Y e k.onyab, yek-on-yaw'; and

IfTSD, 1 Tr e !tonyabiiw, yek-on-yaw 1 -hoo;

or (Jer. 27 : 20)
STSilD'V y e k6wB e yah, yek-o-neh-yaw';

from 3559 and 3050; Jah will establish;
Jekonjah, a Jewish king: — Jeconiab. Comp. 8659.

3205. lb 1 yalad, yaw-lad'; a prim, root; to bear

young; causat. to beget; med. to act as
midwife; spec, 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, (wo-
man in, woman that) travail (-eth, -ing woman).

3206. iV; yeled, yeh'-led; from 3305; something

bom, i.e. a lad or offspring:— boy, child,
fruit, son, young man (one).

3207. !,nb? yaldab, yal-daW; fem. of 3206; a

lass: — damsel, girl.

3208. nilb,: yalduwtb, yal-dooth'; abstr.from

3206; boyhood (or girlhood):— child-
hood, youth.

3209. lib - ; ylllowd, yti-lode'; pass, from 3205;

born:— born.

3210. lib, 1 Yalown, yaw-lone'; from 3885; lodg-

ing; Jalon, an Isr.: — Jalon.

3211. Tbj yaltyd, yaw-leed'; from 3205; born:—

([home-]) born, child, son.

3212. ,Tlbj yalab, yaw-lak'; a prim, root [comp.

1980]; to walk (lit. or fig.); causat. to
carry (in various senses):— X again, away, bear,
bring, carry (away), come (away), depart, flow, ■+ fol-
low (-ing), get (away, hence, him), (cause to, make)
go (away, -ing, -ne, one's way, out), grow, lead (forth),
let down, march, prosper, + pursue, cause to ran,





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

3213. bb, yalal, yaw-lal'; a prim, root; to howl

(with a wailing tone) or yell (with a bois-
terous one) : — (make to) bowl, be howling.

3214. bb,; y e lgl, yeUaW; from 3213; a howl;—


3215. Flbb? yHalan, yel-awAaw 1 ; fern, of 3214; a

howling:— howling.

3216. Sj, 1 yala,, yaw-lah'; a prim, root; to blurt

or utter inconsiderately: — devour.
8217. nsfe, yallepheth, yalAeh'-feth; from an
unused root appar. mean, to stick or
scrape; scurf or tetter:— scabbed.

3218. 150? yeleq, yeh'-lek; from an unused root

mean, to lick up; a devourer; spec, the
young locust: — cankerworm, caterpillar.

3219. taipb? yalquwf, yal-kooV; from 3950; a

travelling pouch (as if for gleanings):—

3220. d, yam, yawm; from an unused root mean.

to roar; a sea (as breaking in noisy surf)
or large body of water; spec, (with the art.) the Medi-
terranean; sometimes a large river, or an artificial
basin; locally, the west, or (rarely) the south:— sea
(X -faring man, [-shore]), south, west (-era, side,
8221. d 11 yam (Chald.), yawm; corresp. to 3220:—


3222. &J ydm, yame; from the same as 3117; a

warm spring: — mule.

3223. bsra,! !T e m£w,61, yem-oo-ale'; from 3117

and 410; day of God; Jemuel, an
Isr.:— Jemuel.

3224. fTO' , J3'! Y e miymaJi, yem-ee-maw'; perh.

from the same as 3117; prop, warm,
I.e. affectionate; hence dove [comp. 3123] ; Jemimah,
one of Job's daughters:— Jemimah.

3225. yfo' 1 yamtyn, 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. ,'W Yamtyn, yaw-meen'; the same as

8225; Jamin, the name of three Isr.:—
Jamin. See also 1144.

3227. ip'W yemiyiiiy, yem-ee-nee'; for 3225;

right:— (on the) right (hand).

3228. ,'J,'??? Y e miynly, yem-ee-nee'; patron.

from 8226; a Jeminite (collect.) or desc.
of Jamin:— Jaminites. See also 1145.

3229. Nba? ,Ylm'ia', yeem-law'; or

nbxP ITlmlan, yim-law 1 ; from 4390; full;
'' Jimla or Jimlah, an Isr.:— Imla,

3230. Tlb7£ Vamlik, yam-lake'; from 4427; he

will make king; Jamlek, an Isr.: —

3231. V2'' y&man, yaw-man'; a prim, root; to be

(phys.) right (i.e. firm); but used only as
denom. from 3225 and transit., to be right-handed or
take the right-hand side:— go (turn) to (on, use) the
right hand.

3232. HSff 1 irimnab, yim-naw'; from 3231; pros-

'' perity (as betokened by the right hand);
Jimnah, the name of two Isr.; also (with the art.) of
the posterity of one of them:— Imna, Imnah, Jimnah,

3233. ,ffiy 1 y e maniy, yem-aw-nee'; from 3231;

right (i.e. at the right hand):— (on the)
right (hand).

3234. 3,37a,] Ilmnat, yim-naw'; from 4513; he

will restrain; Jimna, an Isr. :— Imna.

8235. 'yO' 1 yamar, yaw-mar 1 ; a prim, root; to ex-
change; by impl. to change places:—

boast selves, change.

3236. STTCP Ifimran, vim-raw 1 ; prob. from 3235;

interchange; Jimrah, an Isr.: — Imrah.

3237. ,iM' 1 yamash, yaw-mash'; a prim, root; to

touch: — feel.

3238. fTy yanah, yaw-naw,; a prim, root; to

rage or be violent: by impl. to suppress,
to maltreat:— destroy, (thrust out by) oppress (-ing,
■ton, or), proud, vex, do violence.

3239. rri,T Yaixiwacli. iyaw-no'-akh; or (with

!m U 1 TTandwchali, yaw-no'-khaw;

from 3240; quiet; Janoach or Jano-
chah, a place in Pal.:— Janoah, Janohah.
fili; Yanum. See 3241.

3240. ft}, 1 yanach, yaw-nakh'; a prim, root; to

deposit; by impl. to allow to stay:— be-
stow, cast down, lay (down, up), leave (off), let alone
(remain), pacify, place, put, set (down), suffer, with-
draw, 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. ttiy,° Yauiym, yaw-neem'; from 5123;

asleep; Janim, a place in Pal.:— Janum
[from the marg.].

3242. Tlp, 1 , y,iyqah, yen-ee-kaw 1 ; from 3243;

a sucker or sapling: — young twig.

3243. pS, 1 yanaq, yaw-nak'; a prim, root; to suck;

causat. to give milk: — milch, nurse (-ing
mother), (give, make to) suck (ing child, -ling).

3244. fptB, yanshuwpb, yan-shoof; or

tpU53, yanshowph, yan-shofe'; appar.
from 8398; an unclean (aquatic) bird;
prob. the heron (perh. from its blowing cry, or because
the JwoM-heron is meant [comp. 5399]): — (great) owl.

3245. ID, 1 yacad, yaw-sad'; a prim, root; to set

(lit. or fig.); intens. to found; reflex, to
sit down together, i.e. settle, consult:— appoint, take
counsel, establish, (lay the, lay for a) found (-ation),
instruct, lay, ordain, set, X sure.

3246. 10,} y°c4d, yes-ood'; from 3245; a founda-

tion (fig. i.e. beginning)'. — X began.
.3247. ,V,,,,,,,,t,,[ y e cowd, yes-ode'; from 3245; a. foun-
dation (lit. or fig.):— bottom, founda-
tion, repairing.

3248. rTTlO? y,nwdah, yes-oo-daw'; fern, of

3246; a foundation:— foundation.

3249. Tl&J yacuwr, yaw-soor'; from 5493; de-

parting:— they that depart.

3250. lm i,iO,l ylccowr, yis-sore'; from 3256; a re-

prover:— instruct.

3251. Tjd, yacak, yaw-sak'; a prim, root; to

pour (intrans.): — be poured.

3252. T'DD' 1 , Ylckatt, yis-kaw'; from an unused

root mean, to watch; observant; Jis-
kah, sister of Lot:— Iscah.

3253. IrTpttp'? Tlcmakyahuw, yis-mak-yaw-

hoo'; from 5564 and 3050; Jah will
sustain; Jismakjah, an Isr.: — Ismachiah.

3254. C|D, yacaph, yaw-saf; a prim, root; to add

or augment (often adv. 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. f|D,, y e caph (Chald.), yes-af; corresp. to


3256. ,Id J yacar, yaw-sar'; a prim, root; to chas-

tise, lit. (with blows) or fig. (with words);
hence to instruct:— bind, chasten, chastise, correct,
instruct, punish, reform, reprove, sore, teach.

3257. y, ya«, yaw; from 3261; a shovel:— shovel.

3258. Y,l Ya,bSts, yah-bates'; from an unused

root prob. mean, to grieve; sorrowful;
Jabets, the name of an 1st., and also of a place in
Pal. :— Jabez.

3259. ,13P ya'ad, yaw-ad'; a prim, root; to fix

upon (by agreement or appointment) ; by
impl. to meet (at a stated time), to summon (to trial),
to direct (in a certain quarter or position), to engage
(for marriage):— agree, (make an) appoint (-ment, a
time), assemble (selves), betroth, gather (selves, to-
gether), meet (together), set (a time).
■fajn Y e ,dow. See 3260.

3260. 1,1 te'diy, yed-ee'; from 3259; appoint-

ed; Jedi, an Isr.:— Iddo [from the marg.]
See 3035.

3261. ?V$, ya'alt, yaw-aw'; a prim, root; appar

to brush aside:— sweep away.

3262. bsiy? Y,nw'Sl, yeh-oo-ale'; from 3261 and

410; carried away of God; Jeiiel, the
name of four Isr. ;— Jehiel, Jeiel, Jeuel. Comp. 3273.

3263. yW. ir e «awts, yeh-oots'; from 5779; coun-

sellor; Jeiits, an Isr. :— Jeuz.

3264. 'nij, 1 ya'dwr, yaw-ore'; a var. of 3293; a

forest: — wood.

3265. TtfJ Ya«uwr, yaw-oor'; appar. pass. part.

of the same as 3293; wooded; Jaiir,
an Isr.: — Jair [from the marg.].

3266. Hit, S,u.-wsb.,yeh-oosh'; IromhISS; hasty;

Jeiish, the name of an Edoroite and of
four 1st. :— Jehush, Jeush. Comp. 3274.

3267. TS, ya'az, yaw-az'; a prim, root; to be bola

or obstinate: — fierce.

3268. M,W, TTa'azly'el, yah-az-ee-ale' ; from

3287 and 410; emboldened of God; Ja
aziel, an Isr.:— Jaaziel.

3269. 1S1JW1 Ya,aztyahikw, yah-az-ee-yaw

hoo; from 3267 and 3050; emboldened
of Jah; Jaazijah, anlsr.:— Jaaziah.

3270. TT3p Ya'azeyr, yah-az-ayr'; or

1W2 Ya,ze,, yah-zare'; from 5826; helpful,
Jaazer or Jazer, a place E. of the Jor.
dan:— Jaazer, Jazer.

3271. dWJ ya'at, yaw-at'; a prim, root; to

clothe: — cover.

3272. Dy. 1 y e 'a$ (Chald.), yeh-at'; corresp. to 3289;

to counsel; reflex, to consult; — counsel-
lor, consult together.

3273. btgV?,,,,,,,, T e «iy'el, yeh-ee-ale'; from 3261 and

410; carried away of God; Jeiel, the
name of six Isr.:— Jeiel, Jehiel. Comp. 3262.
T3fJ Ya'iyr. See 3265.

3274. HJ, 1 , Y e ,lysh, yeh-eesh'; from 5789; hasty:

Jeish, the name of an Edomite and of
an Isr.: — Jeush [from the marg.]. Comp. 3266.

3275. ,JIM, Ya'kan, yah-kawn'; from the same

as 5912; troublesome; Jakan, an Isr.:—.

3276. b§5 ya'al, yaw-al'; a prim, root; prop, to

ascend; flg. to be valuable (obj. useful,
subj. benefited):— X at all, set forward, can do good,
(be, have) profit (-able).

3277. by, 1 ya'Sl, yaw-ale'; from 3276; aniftei (as

climbing): — wild goat.

3278. bsfj TTa'el, yaw-ale'; the same as 3277; Jael,

a Canaan ite:— Jael.

3279. Sby.1 T[SL,&La?,yah-al-aW;or

ilbS? ; Ya'alali, yah-al-aw'; the same as
3280 or direct from 8276; Jaala or
Jaalah, one of the Nethinim: — Jaala, Jaalah.

3280. fby, ya'alah, yah-al-aW; fern, of 3277:—

8281. tib»? TTa'lam, yah-lawm'; from 5956; oc-
cult; Jalam, an Edomite:— Jalam.

3282. ,j?, ya'an, yah'-an; from an unused root

mean, to pay attention; prop, heed; by
impl. purpose (sake or account); used adv. to indi-
cate the reason or cause: — because (that), foras-
much (+ as), seeing then, + that, + whereas, +■ why.

3283. ,Si ya'gn, yaw-ane'; from the same as

3282; the ostrich (prob. from its answer-
ing cry:— ostrich.

3284. Tn?!2 ya'an&li, yah-an-av,; fern, of 3283,

and mean, the same: (- owl.

3285. ,V535 TTa'anay, yah-an-ah'ee; from the

same as 3283; responsive; Jaanai, an
Isr.: — Jaanai.

3286. El?, 1 ya'aph, yaw-af; a prim, root; to tire

(as if from wearisome flight):— faint,
cause to fly, (be) weary (self).

3287. C|y; y&t&pb, yaw-af e'; from 3286; fatigued;

fig. exhausted.— faint, weary.

3288. CIS -1 . y e aph, yeh-awf; from 3286; fatigue

' (adv. utterly exhausted):— swiftly.

3289. V?, 1 ya'ats, yaw-ats 1 ; a prim, root; to ad-

vise; reflex, to deliberate or resolve:—
advertise, take advice, advise (well), consult, (give
take) counsel (-lor), determine, devise, guide, pur




3290. ap3p Ya,aq6b, yah-ak-obe'; from 6117;
heel-catcher (i.e. supplanter); Jodkob,
the Israelitish patriarch:— Jacob.

8291. FDp!?l Ya'aqobah, yah-ak-o'-baw; from
3290; Jaakobah, an Isr. :— Jaakobah.

3292. 'JJM, Ya,&qan, yah-ak-awn'; from the
same as 6130; Jaakan, an Idumaean:—
Jaakan. Comp. 1142.

829S. ,13,? ya'ar, yah'-ar; from an unused root
prob. mean, to thicken with verdure; a
copse of bushes; henee a forest; hence honey in the
comb (as hived in trees):— [honey-] comb, forest,

8294. STJP Ya'rah, yah-raw 1 ; a form of 3295;
Jarah, an Isr. : — Jarah.

3295. iTjjp ya'arab, yah-ar-aw 1 ; fem. of 3293,

and mean, the same:— [honey-] comb,

3296. &11)X ,,J, Ya«arey ,Or,giym, yah-ar-

ay' o-reg-eem'; from the piur.
of 8293 and the masc. plur. part. act. of 707; woods
of weavers; Jaare-Oregim, an Isr. : — Jaare-oregim.

3297. fi , 1, Y e «ariym, yeh-aw-reem' • plur. of

3293 ; forests; Jearim, a place in Pal. :—
Jearim. Comp. 7157.

3298. ITPIB'I?!;! Ya'aresbyab, yah-ar-esh-yaw' ;

from an unused root of uncert.
signif. and 3050; Jaareshjah, an Isr.:— Jaresiah.

3299. SteP Ya'asftw, yah-as-oo'; from 6213;

they will do; Jaasu, an Isr. : — Jaasau.

3300. bSFtar Ya'asiy'el, yah-as-ee-ale'; from

6213 and 410; made of God; Jaasiel,
an Isr.:— Jaasiel, Jasiel.

3301. iTW; Ylpbd»y£h, yif-deh-yaw'; from

6299 and 3050; Jahwill liberate; Jiph-
dejah, an Isr. :— Iphedeiah.

3302. 11SP yapbah, yaw-faw 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to be bright, i.e. (by impl.) beauti-
ful:— las beautiful, be (make self) fair (-r), deck.

3303. SIB, 1 yapbeb, jaMJ-,eft'; from 3302; beauti-

ful (lit. or flg.): (-beautiful, beauty,

comely, fair (-est, one), + goodly, pleasant, well.
3304 flJBTIB, y«pbeb-pbiyab, yef-eh' fee-
yaw'; from 3302 by redupl.; very
beautiful:— very fair.
8305. is; lapho, yaw-fo 1 ; or

Sis' 1 ¥4pIiow, (Ezra 8 : 7), yaw-fo'; from
3302; beautiful; Japho, a place in Pal. : —
Japha, Joppa.

3306. HB'' yapbacb, yaw-fakh'; a prim, root;

prop, to breathe hard, ie. (by impL) to
sigh:— bewail self.

3307. HB, 1 yapbeacb, yaw-fay'-akh; from 3306;

prop, puffing, Le. (fig.) meditating:—
such as breathe out.

3308. ,'B' 1 y«pbiy, yof-ee'; from 3302; beauty:—


3309. 2,,3 Yapbiya«, yaw-fee' -ah; from 3313;

bright; Japhia, the name of a Canaan-
ite, an Isr., and a place in Pal.: — Japhia.

3310. tabSP Yapblftt, yaf-late'; from 6403; he

will deliver; Japhlet, an Isr.:— Japhlet.

3311. ,tA,B- YapbMjiy, yaf -lay-tee' ; patron.

from 3810; a Japhletite or desc. of
Japhlet:— Japhleti.

3312. SIMP Yopbunneb, yef-oonsneh' ; from

6437; he will be prepared; Jephunneh,
the name of two Isr. :— Jephunneh.

3313. SB, 1 yapba«, yaw-fah'; a prim, root; to

shine:— be light, [shew self, (cause to)
shine (forth).

3314. S,WB? ylpb«ab,i,i,-,i«)', , from3813; splendor

or (flg.) beauty: — brightness,

3315. ttf Yepbetb, yeft'-,«,ft, from 6601; expan-

sion; Jepheth, a son of Noah; also his
posterity: — Japheth.

3316. ttFlB? Ylpbtacb, yif-tawleh'; from 6605;

he will open; Jiphtach, an Isr.; also a
place in Pal.:— Jephthah, Jiphtah.

3317. bN-nCBI Ylpbtacb-'el, yif-tach,ale' ;

from 6605 and 410; OodwiU open;
JipMach-el, a place in Pal. :— Jiphthab-eL

3318. NX 1 yatsa', yaw-tsaw 1 ; a prim, root; to go
(causat. bring) out, in a great variety of

applications, lit. and flg., 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, de-
part (-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 command-
ment, shoot forth, spread, spring out, stand out,
X still, x surely, take forth (out), at any time, X to
[and fro], utter.

3319. tBjp y e tsa» (Ohald.), yets,wf; corresp. to
3818:— finish.

3320. i5tj yatsab, yaw-tsab'; a prim, root; to
place (any thing so as to stay); reflex, to

station, offer, continue: — present selves, remaining,
resort, set (selves), (be able to, can, with-) stand (fast,
forth, -ing, still, up).

3321. S2£? y,tseb (Chald.), yets-abe'; corresp. to
3320; to be firm; hence to speak surely:—


3322. S5SJ y at gag, yaw-tsag'; a prim, root; to
place permanently:— establish, leave,

make, present, put, set, stay.

3323. ,Vtl yitshar, yits-hawr,, from 6671; oil
(as producing light); fig. anointing:—

4- anointed, oil.

3324. 1!JS? Yttshar, yits-hawr'; the same as
3323; Jitshar, an Isr.:— Izhar.

3325. ,Hilli? Yitsbariy, yits-haw-ree'; patron,
from 3324; a Jitsharite or desc. of

Jitshar:— Izeharites, Izharites.

3326. 3,1S!P yatsuwa', yaw-tsoo'-ah; pass. part,
of 3331 ; spread, i.e. a bed; (arch.) an ex-
tension, i.e. wing or lean-to (a single story or col-
lect.):— bed, chamber, couch.

3327. pnip. Vltscbaq, yits-khawk'; from 6711;
laughter (i.e. mockery)', Jitschak (or

Isaac), son of Abraham:— Isaac. Comp. 3446.

3328. ,iQ5f,J Yitscbar, yits-khar'; from the same
as 6713; he will shine; Jitschar, an

Isr.: — and Zehoar [from the marg.].

3329. fcTS; yatsiy', yaw-tsee'; from 3318; issue,
i.e. offspring:— those that came forth.

3330. S%1 yatstsiyb (Chald.), yats-tseeb'; from
8321; fixed, sure; concr, certainty:—

certain (-ty), true, truth.

2, yatsiya'. See 3326.

3331. 3,5£- yatsa', yaw-tsah'; a prim, root; to
strew as a surface:— make [one's] bed,

X lie, spread.

3332. pip yatsaq, yaw-tsak 1 ; a prim, root; prop,
to pour out (trans, or intrans.); by impl.

to melt or cast as metal; by extens. 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. SljJS, y e tsubab, yets-oo-kaw' ; pass. part,
fem. of 3382; poured out, i.e. run into

a mould: — when it was cast.

3334. IK; yatsar. yaw-tsar 1 ; a prim, root; to
press (intrans.), i.e. be narrow; flg. be in

distress:— be distressed, be marrow, be straitened (in
straits), be vexed.

3335. ,lit 11 yatsar, yaw-tsar 1 ; prob. identical with
3334 (through the squeezing into shape);

([comp. 3831]); to mould into a form; espec. as a
potter; flg. to determine (i.e. form a resolution) :—
X earthen, fashion, form, frame, make (-r), potter,

3336. ,tit£ yetser, yay'-tser; from 3835; a form;
flg. conception (i.e. purpose):— frame,

thing framed, imagination, mind, work.

3337. 15F Yetser, yay'-tser; the same as 3336;
Jetser, an Isr.:— Jezer.

3338. 1SJ yatsar, yaw-tsoor'; pass. part, of 3835;
structure, i.e. limb or part:— member.

3339. ,,St? Yttsriy,9ife-ree'; from 8335; forma-
tive; Jitsri, an Isr, :— Isri.

3340. ,HIT?: Yitsrty, yits-ree'; patron, from 3337;
a Jitsrite (collect.) or desc. of Jetser:—

3341. nS 1 yatsatb, yaw-tsath'; a prim, root; to
bum or set on fire; flg. to desolate:—

burn (up), be desolate, set (on) fire ([fire]), kindle.

3342. i]?, yeqeb, yeh'-keb; from an unused root

mean, to excavate; a trough (as dug
out) ; spec, a wine-,ai (whether the lower one, into
which the juice drains; oi the upper, in which the
grapes are crushed) :— f ats, presses, press-fat, wine

3343. 'bNSap' 1 . Y e qabts,»el, yek-ab-tseh-ale' ;

from 6908 and 410; God will gather;
Jekabtseel, a place in Pal. :— Jekabzeel. Comp. 6909.

3344. ,lp, yaqad, yaw-kad 1 ; a prim, root; to

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

3345. 1]?,'. y e qad (Chald.), yek-ad'; corresp. to

3344:— burning.

3346. Wlp. 1 ] y e qeda, (Chald.), yek-ay-daw'; from

3345; a conflagration: — burning.

3347. Byi)?; Yoqd e ,am, yok-deh-awm'; from

3344 and 5971 ; burning of (the) people;
Jokdeam, a place in Pal. :— Jokdeam.

3348. i,l]5, Yaqeb, yaw-keh'; from an unused root

prob. mean, to obey; obedient; Jakeh, a
symbolical name (for Solomon):— Jakeh.

3349. n7,I')5, yiqqabab, yik-kaw-haw 1 '; from the

same as 8348; obedience: — gathering,
to obey.

3350. lip,; y e qowd, yek-ode'; from 8344; a burn-

ing: — burning.

3351. filp,'. y,qiiwm, yek-oom'; from 6965; prop.

standing (extant), i.e. by impl. a living
thing: — (living) substance.

3352. UJipJ yaqfiwsb, yaw-koshe'; from 3369;

prop, entangling; hence a snarer:—

3353. UJIp, yaquwsb, yawkoosh'; pass, part, of

8369; prop, entangled, i.e. by impl. (in-
trans.) a snare, or (trans.) a snarer: — fowler, snare.

3354. bN,nip, Y e qawtbiy'6l, yek-ooth-ee'-alei

from the same as 3348 and 410; obe-
dience of God; Jekuthiel, an Isr.:— JekuthieL

3355. ,,,,,,,,,typ1 Yoqjan, yok-tawn'; from 6994; he

will be made little; Joktan, an Arabian
patriarch: — Joktan.

3356. D,pJ Yaqiym, yaw-keem'; from 6965; he

will raise; Jakim, the name of two Isr. :—
Jakim. Comp. 3079.

3357. ,Vp, yaqqiyr, yak-keer'; from 8365: pre-

cious: — dear.

3358. Tp2 yaqqiyr (Chald.) yak-keer 1 ; corresp.

to 3357:— noble, rare.

3359. FH?p? Y e qamyab, yek-am-yaw'; from

6965 and 3050; Jah will rise; Jekam-
jah, the name of two Isr. :— Jekamiah. Comp. 3079.

3360. D,MpI Y e qam«am, yek-am'-awm; from

6965 and 5971; (the) people will rise
Jekamam, an Isr. :— Jekameam. Comp. 8079, 3361.

3361. fiSMp; Yoqm e «am, yok-meh-awm'; from

6965 and 6971; (the) people wiXL be
raised; Jokmeam, a place in Pal: — Jokmeam
Comp. 3360, 3362.

3362. OSipJ Yoqn et am, yoksneh-awmf; from

6969 and 5971; (the) people will be
lamented; Joknedm, a place in Pal. : — Jokneam.

3363. 5,p, yaqa,, yaw-kah'; a prim, root; prop.

to sever oneself, i.e. (by impl.) to be dis-
located; flg. to abandon; causat. to impale (and thus
allow to drop to pieces by rotting):— be alienated, de-
part, hang (up), be out of joint.
3364 yp 1 , yaqats, yaw-kats'; a prim, rooc; to
awake (intrans.):— (be) awake (-d).
5)1?, yaqapb. See 5362.

3365. ,1pJ yaqar, yaw-kar 1 ; a prim, root; prop,

appar. to be heam, i.e. (flg.) valuable;
causat. to make rare (flg. to inhibit):— be (make) pre-
cious, be prized, be set by, withdraw.

3366. ,tj!?) y,qar, yek-awr 1 ; from 3365; value, i.e.

(concr.) wealth; abstr. costliness, dig,
nity:— honour, precious (things), price.



3367. ,lp, 1 y e qar (Chald.), yek-awr'; corresp.

3366:— glory, honour.

3368. ,Ip, 1 faqar, yaw-kawr'; from 3365; valua-

ble (obj. or subj.):— brightness, clear,
costly, excellent, fat, honourable women, precious,

3369. lZ3p,, yaqosh. yaw-koshe'; a prim, root; to

ensnare (lit. or fig.): — fowler (lay a)

3370. ,Jlflp; Yoqslian, yok-shawn'; from 3369;

insidious; Jokshan, an Arabian pa-
triarch : — Jokshan.

3371. ,Nrip; Yoqtb e ,el, yok-theh-ale' ; prob.

from the same as 3348 and 410; vener-
ation of God [comp. 3354]; Joktheel, the name of a
place in Pal., and of one in Idumasa:— Joktheel.
N'T yara'. See 3384.

3372. NT yare', yaw-ray'; a prim, root; to fear;

mor. to revere; caus. to frighten:— af-
fright, be (make) afraid, dread (-ful), (put in) fear
(-ful, -fully, -ing). (be had in) reverence (-end), X see,
terrible (act, -ness, thing).

3373. NT yarfe', yaw-ray'; from 3373; fearing;

mor. reverent: — afraid, fear (-ful).
3374 PiNT yir'ali, yir-aw'; leva, of 3373; fear
(also used as infln.); mor. reverence: —
X dreadful, x exceedingly, fear (-fulness).

3375. ,pST Ylr6wn, yir-ohn'; from 3373; fear-

fulness; Jiron, a place in Pal. :— Iron.

3376. FPTOT Yir'iyayh, yir-ee-yaw'; from 3373

and 3050; fearful of Jah; Jirijah, an
Isr.:— Irijah.

3377. 3TJ YarSb, yaw-rabe'; from 7378; he will

contend; Jareb, a symbolical name for
Assyria:— Jareb. Comp. 3403.

3378. b,ST Y e rubbatal, yer-oob-bah'-al; from

7378 and 1168; Baal will contend;
Jerubbaal, a symbol, name of Gideon:— Jerubbaal.

3379. flSST TTarob'am, yaw-rob-awm' ; from

7378 and 5971 ; (the) people will con-
tend; Jarobam, the name of two Isr. kings:— Jero-

3380. rUBan,! Y e rubbesb.etli, yer-oob-beh'-

slieth; from 7378 and 1333; shame (i.e.
the idol) will contend; Jerubbesheth, a symbol, name
for Gideon:— Jerubbesheth.

3381. IT yarad, yaw-rad'; a prim, root; to de-

scend (lit. to go doivnwards; or conven-
tionally to a lower region, as the shore, a boundary,
the enemy, etc.; or fig. to fall); causat. to bring
down (in all the above applications):— X abundantly,
bring down, carry down, cast down, (cause to) come
(-tag) 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. ,IT Yered, yeh'-red; from 3381 ; a descent;

Jered, the name of an antediluvian, and
of an Isr.:— Jared.

3383. ■j'lT ICaxAen, yar-dane' ; from 3381; a de-

scender; Jarden, the principal river of
Pal.:— Jordan.

3384. HT yarah, yaw-raw'; or (2 Chr. 36 : IE)

NT yara', yaw-raw'; a prim, root; prop,
to flow as water (i.e. to rain); trans, to
lay or throw (espec. an arrow, i.e. to shoot); fig. to
point out (as if by aiming the finger), to teach: —
(+) archer, cast, direct, inform, instruct, lay, shew,
shoot, teach (-er, -ing). through.

3385. biJlT T'rnw'a, yer-oo-ale'; from 3384

and 410: founded of God; Jeruel, a
place in Pal. :— Jeruel

3386. WrP Tarowach, yaw-ro'-akh; perh. de-

nom. from 3394; (born at the) new
moon; Jaroach, an Isr. : — Jaroah.

3387. piT yarowq, yaw-roke'; from 3417; green,

i.e. an herb:— green thing.

3388. JW51T TT e riiwsb.a', yer-oo-shaw'; or

[■TO1T TT e riiwsh-ali, yer-oo-shaW; fern,
pass. part, of 3433; possessed; Jeru-
sha or Jerushah, an Israelitess:— Jerusha, Jerushah.


3412. m?3T


EfclBIT I,nwshalaim,
lah'-im; rarely

DTJTBIT Y e ruwslialaytm, yer-oo-shaw-
lah'-yim; a dual (in allusion to its
two main bills [the true pointing, at least of the
former reading, seems to be that of 3390]); prob.
from (the pass. part, of) 3384 and 7999; founded
peaceful; Jerushalaim or Jerushalem, the capital
city of Pal. :— Jerusalem.

3390. dbl231T : C e rnirihalem (Chald.), yer-oo-

shaw-lame' ; corresp. to 3389:— Jeru-

3391. HT yerach, yeh'-rakh; from an unused

root of uncert. signif. ; a lunation, i.e.
month:— month, moon.

3392. !,|T Yeracb., yeh'-rakh; the same as 3391;

Jerach, an Arabian patriarch:— Jerah.

3393. ttT y e racb (Chald.), yeh-rakh'; corresp. to

3391 ; a month:— month.

3394. nT yareach, yaw-ray' -akh; from the

same as 3391 : the moon:— moon.
TIT Y e recb.6w. See 3405.

3395. DHT ir e r6cham, yer-o-khawm' ; from

7355; compassionate; Jerocham, the
name of seven or eight Isr. :— Jeroham.

3396. bSMnT. Y e racb.m e 'el, yer-akh-meh-ale' ;

from 7355 and 410; God will com-
passionate; Jerachmeel, the name of three Isr.:—

3397. ,ibSMIT Y e rachm e »eliy, yer-akh-meh-

ay-lee'; patron, from 3396; aJer-
achmeelite or desc. of Jerachmeel: — Jerahmeelites.

3398. SHT Yareb-a', yar-khaw'; prob. of Eg.

or.; Jarcha, an Eg.:— Jarha.

3399. t2T y arat, yaw-rat' ; a prim, root; to pre-

cipitate or hurl (rush) headlong; (in-
trans.) to be rash:— be. perverse, turn over.

3400. bjOT Y e riy,el, yer-ee-ale'; from 3384 and

410; thrown of God; Jeriel, an Isr. :—
Jeriel. Comp. 3385.

3401. ST; yariyb. yaw-rebe'; from 7378; lit. he

will contend; prop. adj. contentious;
used as noun, an adversary: — that contend (-eth),
that strive.

3402. S,T ITariyb, yaw-rebe'; the same as 3401;

Jarib, the name of three Isr. :— Jarib.

3403. ,,T Vriybay, yer-eeb-ah'ee; from 3401;

contentious; Jeribai, an Isr.:— Jeribai.

3404. FPT Y e riyah, yer-ee-yaw'; or

1!TT TT e riyaIiiiw, yer-ee-yaw' '-hoo; from
3384 and 3050; Jah will throw; Jeri-
jah, an Isr.:— Jeriah, Jerijah.

3405. TFT Y e riycb.6w, yer-ee-kho'; or

itTT Y e r6cbdw yer-ay-kho' ; or var. (1

Kings 16 : 34)
SirPT 1T e riycli61i, yer-ee-kho'; perh. from
3394; its month; or else from 7306;
fragrant; Jericho or Jerecho, a place in Pal.:—

3406. ni?3, , T Y e riymdwtb., yer-ee-mohth' ; or



TT e rfeymdwtli, yer-ay-mohth' ; or

TT e rfeymdwtli, yer-ay-mohth' ; or

lT e rem6wtli, yer-ay-mohth'; fern.

plur. from 7311 ; elevations; Jerimoth
or Jeremoth, the name of twelve Isr. :— Jeremoth,
Jerimoth, and Bamoth [from the marg.].

3407. SiyT y e riy'ali, yer-ee-aw'; from 3415; a

hanging (as tremulous): — curtain.

3408. ni,T Yerly'owth, yer-ee-ohth' ; plur. of

3407; curtains; Jerioth, an Israeli-
tess:— Jerioth.

3409. TlT yarek. yaw-rake' ; from an unused root

mean, to be soft; the thigh (from its
fleshy softness); by euphem. the generative parts;
fig. a shank, flank, side:— x body, loins, shaft, side,

3410. SOT yarka' (Chald.), yar-kaw'; corresp.

to 3411; a thigh:— thigh.

3411. !,DT y e rej£ab., yer-ay-kaw 1 ; fem. of 3409;

prop, the flank; but used only fig., the
rear or recess:— border, coast, part, quarter, side.


7311; elevation;
of two places in Pal.:— Jarmuth.

ninT X e rSm6wtb_. See 3406.

yar-mooth'; from
Jarmuth, the name

3413. 173T I e remiiy, yer-ay-mah'ee; from 7311;

elevated; Jeremai, an Isr.: — Jeremai.

3414. !T7pT Xirm e yah., yir-meh-yaw' ; or

TFMT Yirm e yab-ikw, yir-meh-yaw'-hoo;
from 7311 and 3050; Jah will rise;
Jirmejah, the name of eight or nine Isr.:— Jeremiah.

3415. 3,T yara', yaw-rah'; a prim, root; prop, to

be broken up (with any violent action),
i.e. (fig.) to fear:— be grievous [only Isa. 15 : 4; the
rest belong to 7489].

3416. bNBT Ylrpe'el, yir-peh-ale' ;

and 410; God ivill heal;
place in Pal. :— Irpeel.

3417. pT yaraq, yaw-rah';

spit: — x but, spit.

3418. pT yereq, yeh'-rek; from 3417 (in the sense

of vacuity of color); prop, pallor, i.e.
hence the yellowish green of young and sickly vege-
tation; concr. verdure, i.e. grass or vegetation:—
grass, green (thing).

3419. pT yaraq, yaw-rawk'; from the same as

3418; prop, green; concr. a vegetable:—
green, herbs.


3430. ■pp'T

(from fright),


from 7495
Jirpeel, a

prim, root; to

TTarqdwn. See 4313.

y,raqown, yay-raw-kone' ; from
3418; paleness, whether of persons
or of plants (from drought): — mildew,

B3,pT Yorq et am, yor-keh-awm' ; from
7334 and 5971 ; people will be poured
forth; Jorkeam, a place in Pal.: — Jorkeam.

3422. p'lpT y e raqraq, yer-ak-rak'; from the

same as 3418; yellowishness:— green-
ish, yellow.

3423. U5T yarasli. yaw-rash,, or

125T yaresb, yaw-raysh' ; a prim, root; to
occupy (by driving out previous tenants,
and possessing in their place); by impl. to seize, to
rob, to inherit; also to expel, to impoverish, to
ruin;— cast out, consume, destroy, disinherit, dispos-
sess, drive (-ing) out, enjoy, expel, X without fail,
(give to, leave for) inherit (-ance, -or), -f- magistrate,
be (make) poor, come to poverty, (give to, make to)
possess, get (have) in (take) possession, seize upon,
succeed, X utterly.

3424. fTOT y e resb.ab, yer-ay-shaw' ; from 8438;

occupancy: — possession.

3425. ttlST y e ruslxsliali. yer-oosh-shaw' ; from

3423; something occupied; a conquest;
also a patrimony:— heritage, inheritance, possession.

3426. T25,j yesh, yaysh; perh. from an unused root

mean, to stand out, or exist; entity;
used adv. 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)Iwere, ye will, thou wilt, wouldest.

3427. 3TB, 1 yasbab, yaw-shab'; a prim, root;

prop, to sit down (spec, as judge, in am-
bush, in quiet); by impl. to dwell, to remain; causat.
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 (-tie),
(down-) sit (-down, still, -ting down, -ting [place] -uate),
take, tarry.

3428. SNllir Yeslieb'ab, yeh-sheb-awb' ; from

8427 and 1 ; seat of (his) father; Je-
shebab, an Isr.:— Jeshebeab.

3429. rOTSa SUP Tfoslieb basb-Shebeth,

yo-shabe' bash-sheh'-beth;

from the act. part, of 3427 and 7674, with a prep, and
the art. interposed ; sitting in the seat; Josheb-bash-
Shebeth, an Isr. :— that sat in the seat.




8430. Tti$ ,(SpT YlsbbSw b«-Ndb, yish-bo'

beh-nobe; from 3427 and 6011, with
a proa, suffix and a prep, interposed; his dwelling
(Is) in Nob; Jishbo-be-Nob, a Philistine:— Ishbi-benob
[from the marg.].

8431. n51»7 Ytsbbacb, yish-bakh'; from 7623;

he will praise; Jishbach, an Isr.:—

8432. ,•ailij YtUbubfy, »aw-sftoo-6ee'; patron.

from 3437; a Jashubite, or desc. of
Jashub:— Jashubites.

8433. Drib ,OUT! Yaishabiy Lechem, yaw-

shoo'-bee leh'-khem; from 7785
and 3699; returner of bread; Jashubi-Lechem, an
Tsr.:— Jashubi-lehem. [Prob. the text should be

fihb ,U}, 1 Y6sh e bey Lechem, yo-sheh-

bay' leh'-khem, and rendered
,(they were) inhabitants of Lechem,, Le. of Beth-
lehem (by contraction). Comp. 3902.]

3434. D3,31l5j Yashob'am, yaw-shob-awm' ;
from 7725 and 5971; people wiU re-
turn; Jashobam, the name of two or three Isr.:—

8435. p3'i, Ylshbaq, yish-bawk 1 ; from an un-

used root corresp. to 7662; he will
leave; Jishbdk, a son of Abraham:— Ishbak.

8436. ni23]?30'; Yo»bfe e qasbab, yosh-bek-aw-

shaw'; from 8427 and 7186; a hard
seat; Joshbekashah, an Isr.: — Joshbekashah.

8437. ailSJ Taahuwb, yaw-shoob'; or

i' , 115' , Yaabiyb, yaw-sheeb'; from 7785; he
will return; Jashub, the name of two
Isr.;— Jashub.

3438. n# Yisfav&h, yish,vaw'; from 7737; fte

will level; Jishvah, an Isr.;— Ishvah,

3439. •,t,ilB,' Y e »bowcbayah, yesh-o-khaw-

yaw'; from the same as 3445 and
3050; Jan will empty; Jeshochajah, an Isr.:— Jesho-

8440. ,noSl Ylsbviy, yishsvee'; from 7737; level;

Jiahvi, the name of two Isr.:— Ishuai,
Ishvi, Isui, Jesui.

8441. ,'IID? Yiabviy, i,isA-tiee,; patron, from 3440;

a Jishvite (collect.) or desc. of Jishvi:—

8442. §1123,. Yesbuwa', yay-shoo'-ah; for 3091;

he will save; Jeshua, the name of ten
Isr., also of a place in Pal. :— Jeshua.
3443. ?W; Yesbuwa' (Chald.), yay-shoo'-ah;

corresp. to 8442:— Jeshua.
8444 JTISIIBI y e ihnw'ah, yesh-oo'-aw; tern.
pass. part, of 3467; something saved,
Le. (abstr.) deliverance; hence aid, victory, pros-
perity:— deliverance, health, help (-ing), salvation,
save, saving (health), welfare.

8445. nUJ -1 yesbacb, yeh'-shakh; from an unused
root mean, to gape (as the empty stom-
ach); hunger:— casting down.

3446. pnijJ? Ylscbaq, yis-khawk'; from 7831; lie
wiU laugh; Jischak, the heir of Abra-
ham:— Isaac. Comp. 3327.

8447. BttP yasbat, yaw-shat'; a prim, root; to

extend.-— hold out

8448. 1&; Yishay, yee-shah'ee; by Chald. ,,Sl
'fysbay, ee-shah'ee; from the same as 3426; extant;
Jishai, David's father:— Jesse.

arrj,' Yagbiyb. See 3437.
3449. tVffi Yishsbiyah, yish-shee-yaW ; or

,W Ylshsbiyahnw, yish-shee-yaw 1 -
hoo; from 6383 and 8050; Jah will
lend; Jishshijah, the name of five Isr. :— Ishi&h, Is-
shiah, Ishijah, Jesiah.

8450. bSa, l ttJ' 1 . Y e siyma,el, yes-eem-aw-ale' ;

from 7760 and 410; God will place;
Jesimael, an Isr.:— Jeshnael.

8451. fm,° yesbiymah, yesh-etymaw'; from

3456; desolation;— let death seize
[from the marg.}.

3452. Tin' , ll5'; y e sbiymdwn,»esft-ee-mone';from

3456; a desolation:— desert, Jeshi-
mon, solitary, wilderness.

nTO, y e sbiymowtb. See 1020, 3451.

3453. ttTttT yasbiysh, yaw-sheesh'; from 3486;

an old man:— (very) aged (man), an-
cient, very old.

3454. ,HZTttj, Y e shiysbay, yesh-ee-shah'ee; from

3453; aged; Jeshishai, an Isr.:— Jesh-

3455. dto, yasam, yaw-sam'; a prim root; to

place; intrans. to be placed;— be put

3456. D1Z5, 1 yasbam, yaw-sham'; a prim, root; to

lie waste:— be desolate.

3457. Naia,; Ylsbma,', yish-maW; from 3456;

desolate; Jishma, an Isr. :— Ishma.

3458. bSWailT Ylsbma'e'I, yish-maw-ale'; from

8085 and 410; God will hear; Jish-
mael, the name of Abraham's oldest son, and of five
Isr.:— IshmaeL

3459. ,biWaiZT Yishma'e'liy, yish-maw-ay-lee';

patron, from 3458; a Jishmaelite
or desc. of Jishmael:— Ishmaelite.

3460. !,PS , M1IJ'; Yishma'yab, yish-mah-yav, ; or

llrfSMIIJ, Yiihma'yahiiw, yish-mah-
yaw'-hoo; from 8085 and 3050; Jah
will hear; Jishmajah, the name of two Isr. :— Ish-

3461. , |, n?aili, YIshm e ray, yish-mer-ah'ee; from

8104; preservative; Jishmerai, an
Isr.: — Ishmerai.

3462. ,JIDJ yasben, yaw-shane'; a prim, root;

prop, to be slack or languid, i.e. (by
impl.) sleep (flg. to die); also to grow old, stale or in-
veterate:— old (store), remain long, (make to) sleep.

3463. flU 1 yaslien. yaw-shane 1 ; from 3462:

sleepy:— asleep, (one out of) sleep (-eth,
-ing), slept.

3464. yB, 1 Yashen, yaw-shane'; the same as 3463;

Jashen, an Isr.:— Jashen.

3465. 1TUJ yasban, yaw-shown'; from 3462; old:—


3466. n3Tli,, Y e sbanab, yesh-aw-naw, ; tern, of

3465; Jeshanah, a place in Pal.:— Jesh-

3467. yD 1 , yasha,, yaw-shah'; a prim, root;

prop, to be open, wide or free, i.e. (by
impl.) to be safe; causat. to free or succor:— X at all,
avenging, defend, deliver (-er), help, preserve, res-
cue, be safe, bring (having) salvation, save (-iour),
get victory.

3468. y®l yesbat, yeh'shah; or

3,12J?_ yesba,, yay'-shah; from 3467; liberty,
deliverance, prosperity:— safety, salva-
tion, saving.

3469. ,WIT Yisb'ty, yish-ee'; from 3467; sa«ina;

Jishi, the name of four Isr.:— Ishi.

3470. TCV,T Y e sba«yab. yesh-ah-yaw' ; or

W,B?? Y e sba,yabuw, yesh-ah-yaw'-
hoo; from 3467 and 3050; Jah has
saved; Jeshajah, the name of seven Isr.:— Isaiah, Je-
saiah, Jeshaiah.

3471. F!B1I£ yasb e pbe1», yaw-shef-ay 1 ; from an

unused root mean, to polish; a gem
supposed to be jasper (from the resemblance in
name) : — jasper.

3472. nSUJ, Ylsbpah, yish-paw'; pert, from

8192; he will scratch; Jishpah, anlsr.: —

3473. ,S12?7 Ylsbpan, yish-paum' ; prob. from

the same as 8237; lie will hide; Jishpan,
an Isr.:— Ishpan.

3474. ,HBJ yasbar, yaw-shar 1 ; a prim, root; to

be straight or even; flg. to be (causat. to
make) right, pleasant, prosperous: — direct, fit, seem
good (meet), 4- please (well), be (esteem, go) right
(on), bring (look, make, take the) straight (way), be
upright (-ly).

3475. 1X&, Yeaber, yayf-sher; from 3474; the

right; Jesher, an Isr.:— Jesher.

3476. ,Wj, ydsber, yo,-sher; from 3474; the

right:— equity, meet, right, upright

3477. IBJJ yasbar, yaw-shawr 1 ; from 8474-

straight (lit. or flg.):— convenient,
equity, Jasher, just, meet (-est), + pleased well
right (-eons), straight, (most) upright (-ly, -ness).

3478. bN,iB? Yisra'el, yis-raw-ale 1 ; from 8280

and 410; lie will rule as God; Jisrael,
a symbolical name of Jacob; also (typically) of his
posterity:— Israel.

3479. binto 1 Yisra'el (Chald.), yis,-aio-ale'

corresp. to 3478:— IsraeL

3480. HbjnBT Y e sar,elab, yes-ar-ale'-aw; by

var. from 3477 and 410 with direc-
tive enclitic; rtgfct towards God; Jesarelah, an Isr.: —
Jesharelah. Comp. 841.

3481. ,'bN,TlT Yi8r e 'elly,,,»•s-rell-a»-lee',• patron.

from 3478; a Jisreelite or desc. of
Jisrael:— of Israel, Israelite.

3482. ttfejfjjqri Yisr e ,eliy«b, yis-reh-ay-leeth';

fem. of 8481; a Jisreelitess or fe-
male desc. of Jisrael:— Israelitish.

3483. Tr™''. ytsbrab, yish-raw'; fem. of 8477;

rectitude: — uprightness.
8484. ,JVYII, Y e sburiiwn, yesh-oo-roon'; from

3474; upright; Jeshurun, a symbol,
name for Israel:— Jeshurun.

3485. IplBiiT Yissa,kar, yis-saw-kawr' (strictly

yis-saws-kawr'); from 5375 and 7939;
lie will bring a reward; Jissaskar, a son of Jacob: —

3486. 1ST15J yasbesb, yaw-shaysh'; from an un

used root mean, to blanch; gray-haired,
i.e. an aged man:— stoop for age.

3487. rP yatb (Chald.), yath; corresp. to 863; a

sign of the object of a verb: + whom.

3488. 2rH y e tbiyb (Chald.), yeth-eeb'; corresp. to

3427; to sit or dwell:— dwell, (be) set, sit.

3489. ,irp yathed, yaw-thade'; from an unused

root mean, to pin through or fast; a
peg:— vail, paddle, pin, stake.

3490. OirP yatbdwm, yaw-thome'; from an un-

used root mean, to be lonely; a be-
reaved person:— fatherless (child), orphan.

3491. ,Wi, 1 yatbawr, yaw-thoor 1 ; pass. part, of

3498; prop, what is left, i.e. (by impl.) a
gleaning: — range.

3492. Trr Yattfyr, yat-teer'; from 3498; redun-

dant; Jattir, a place in Pal.:— Jattir.

3493. ,PFT yattiyr (Chald.) yat-teer 1 ; corresp. to

8492; preeminent; adv. very:— exceed-
ing (-ly), excellent.

3494. TlbrP Yitblab, yithrlaW; prob. from 8518;

it will hang, i.e. be high; Jithlah, a
place in Pal :— Jethlah.

3495. Fran? Yltbmab, yith-mavf; from the

same as 3490; orphanage; Jithmah, an
Isr.:— Ithmah.

3496. biTprH Yatbniy,el, yath-nee-ale' ; from

an unused root mean, to endure, and
410; continued of God; Jathniel, an Isr.:— Jathniel.

3497. ]5rP Yltbnan, yith-nawn'; from the same

as 8577; extensive; Jithnan, a place in
Pal.:— Ithnan.

3498. ,wr yathar, yaw-thar 1 ; a prim. root;toi«i

over or exceed; by impl. to excel; (in-
trans.) to remain or be left; causat. 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. ,in, 1 yetber, yeh'-ther; from 8498; prop, au

overhanging, i.e. (by impl.) an excess, su-
periority, remainder; also a small rope (as hanging
free): — (-abundant, cord, exceeding, excellency
(-ent), what tbey leave, that hath left, plentifully,
remnant, residue, rest, string, with.

3500. ,,irP Yetber, yeh'-ther; the same as 8499

Jether, the name of five or six Isr. and of
one Midianite:— Jether, Jethro. Comp. 3503.

3501. N'ln'; YlthraV yith-raw 1 ; by var. for 3502;

Jithra, an Isr. (or Ishmaelite):— Ithra.




3502. STirn ylturab. yith-raW; torn, of 3499;

prop, excellence, i.e. (by impl.)
wealth: — abundance, riches.

3503. i'-in - '. Yitbrow, yith-ro 1 ; from 3499 with

pron. suffix; his excellence; Jethro,
Moses' father-in-law:— Jethro. Comp. 3500.

8504. ,pirn ylthrowu. yith-rone'; from 3498!

preeminence, gain: — better, excellency
(-leth), profit (-able).

8505. ,'IrP Yitbriy, yith-ree'; patron, from 3500;

a Jithrite or desc. of Jether:— Ithrite.

8506. 'prYJ Yltbran, yith-rawri; from 3498; ex-

cellent; Jithran, the name of an Edom-
lte and of an Isr.:— Ithran.

3507. B9,W Yltbr e «am, yitlweh-awm'; from

3499 and 5971; excellence of people;
Jithream, a son of David:— Ithream.

3508. rnrn yotberetb, yo-theh'-reth; fem. act.

part, of 3498 ; the lobe or flap of the liver
(as If redundant or outhanging):— caul.

3509. nrV Y'tbetb, yeh-thayth'; of uncert. der.;

Jetheth, an Edomite;— Jetheth.

3510. 3N3 ba'ab, kaw-ab'; a prim, root; prop, to

feel pain; by Impl. to grieve; flg. to
spoil:— grieving, mar, have pain, make sad (sore), (be)

3511. 2N3 k°'eb, heh-abe'; from 3510; suffering

(phys. or mental), adversity:— grief,
pain, sorrow.

3512. 71iS3 ka'ab, kaw-aw 1 ; a prim, root; to de-

spond: cauaat. to deject;— broken, be
grieved, make sad.

3513. 133 kabad, haw-bad'; or

123 kabSd, haw-bade'; a prim, root; to be
heavy, i.e. in a bad sense (burdensome,
levere, dull) or in a good sense (numerous, rich, hon-
orable); causat. 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. 133 kdbed, ko'-bed; from 3513; weight,

multitude, ■ueaemence;— grievousness,
heavy, great number.

3515. 123 kabed, kaw-bade 1 ; from 3513; heavy;

fig. in a good sense (numerous) or in a
bad sense (severe, difficult, stupid):— (so) great, griev-
ous, hard (-ened), (too) heavy (-ier), laden, much,
slow, sore, thick.

3516. 123 kabed, Jems-bade',, the same as 3515;

the liver (as the heaviest of the vis-
cera) :— liver.

123 kabod. See 3519.

8517. H123 k e beduth, keb-ay-dooth,; fem. of
3515; difficulty;— x heavily.

3518. 7123 k a ball, kaw-baw'; a prim, root; to

expire or (causat.) to extinguish (fire,
light, anger):— go (put) out, quench.

3519. 1123 kabowd, kaw-bode'; rarely

133 kabod, kaw-bode'; from 3513; prop.
weight; but only fig. in a good sense,
splendor or copiousness:— glorious (-ly), glory, hon-
our (-able).

3520. J11123 k e buwddah, fceb-ood-date'; irreg.

fem. pass. part, of 3513; weightiness,
I.e. magnificence, wealth:—- carriage, all glorious,

3521. 5133 Kabuwl, kaw-bool'; from the same

as 3525 in the sense of limitation;
sterile; Cabul, the name of two places In Pal.:—

3522. ,p33 Kabbown, kab-bone'; from an un-

used root mean, to heap up; hilly; Cab-
ton. a place in Pal:— Gaboon.

3523. T23 k e biyr, keb-eer; from 3587 in the orig.

sense of plaiting; a matrass (of inter-
twined materials):— pillow.

3524. 1T33 kabbiyr, hob-beer 1 ; from 3527; vast,

whether in extent (flg. of power,
mighty; of time, ayed), or in number, many:—
+ feeble, mighty, most, much, strong, valiant.

3525. b33 kebel, keh'-bel; from an unused root

mean, to twine or braid together; a fet-
ter:— tetter.

3526. D33 kabac, kaw-bas'; a prim, root; to

trample; hence to wash (prop, by
stamping with the feet), whether lit. (including the
fulling process) or fig.:— fuller, wash (-ing).

3527. 123 kabar, kaw-bar'; a prim, root; prop.

to plait together, i.e. (fig.) to augment
(espec. in number or quantity, to accumulate):— in
abundance, multiply.

3528. 123 k e bar, keb-awr'; from 3527; prop, ex-

tent of time, i.e. a great while; hence
long ago, formerly, hitherto:— already, (seeing that
which), now.

3529. 133 K e bar, keb-awr'; the same as 3528;

length; Kebar, a river of Mesopotamia:—
Chebar. Comp. 2249.

3530. 71123 klbrab. Tab-raw 1 ; fem. of 3528;

» : •

prop, length, i.e. a measure (of uncert.
dimension):— X little.

3531. 51133 k e barab, keb-aw-raw'; from 3527 in
its orig. sense; a sieve (as netted):—


3532. ©23 kebes, keh-bes'; from an unused root

mean, to dominate; a ram (just old
enough to butt):— lamb, sheep.

3533. 1Z523 kabash, kaw-bash'; a prim, root; to

tread down; hence neg. to disregard;
pos. to conquer, subjugate, violate: — bring into
bondage, force, keep under, subdue, bring into sub-

3534. 11323 kebesb, keh'-besh; from 3533; a foot-

stool (as trodden upon):— footstool

3535. 7111523 klbsab, kib-saw 1 ; or

7111323 kabsab, kab-saw'; fem. of 3532; a
ewe: — (ewe) lamb.

3536. 'J1B23 kibshan, kib-shawn'; from 3533: a

smelting furnace (as reducing
metals) :— furnace.

3537. 13 kad. kad; from an unused root mean, to

deepen; prop, a pail; but gen. of earthen-
ware; ajar for domestic purposes: — barrel, piteher.

3538. 213 k e dab (Chald.), ked-ab'; from a root

corresp. to 3576; false:— lying.

3539. 1313 kadkod, kad-hode'; from the same

as 3537 in the sense of striking fire
from a metal forged; a sparkling gem, prob. the
ruby.— agate.

3540. 173Sbl13 K e dorIa,6mer, fced-or-laio-o'-

mer; of for. or. ; Kedorlaomer, an
early Pers. king:— Chedorlaomer.

3541. 713 koh, ko; from the prefix k and 1931;

prop, like this, i.e. by impl. (of manner)
thus (or so); also (of place) here (or hither); or (of
time) now:— also, here, -f- 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. US kab (Chald.), kaw; corresp. to 3541:—


3543. 11713 kahab, haw-haw'; a prim, root; to

be weak, i.e. (flg.) to despond (causat.
rebuke), or (of light, the eye) to grow dull:— darken,
be dim, fail, faint, restrain, X utterly.

3544. 71713 kebeb. kay-heh'; from 3543; feeble,

obscure: — somewhat dark, darkish, wax
dim, heaviness, smoking.

3545. S1713 kebab, kay-haw'; fem. of 3544; prop.

a weakening; flg. alleviation, i.e.
cure:— healing.

3546. ,713 k e bal (Chald.), keh-hal'; a root cor-

, resp. to 3201 and 3557; to be able:— be
able, could.

3547. ]713 kalian kaw-han'; a prim, root, ap-

par. mean, to mediate in religious ser-
vices; but used only as denom. from 3548; to officiate
as a priest; flg. to put on regalia:— deck, be (do the
office of a, execute the, minister in the) priest ('s

3548. ,J713 koh en ko-hane'; act. part, of 3547;

lit. one officiating, a priest; also (by
courtesy) an acting priest (although a layman):—
chief ruler, X own, priest, prince, principal officer.

3549. 1713 kaben (Chald.), kaw-hane'; corresp.

to 3548:— priest.

3550. 713713 k e humnah, keh-hoon-naw' ; from

3547; priesthood:— priesthood, priest's

3551. 13 kav (Chald.), kav; from a root corresp.

to 3854 in the sense of piercing; a window
(as a perforation):— window.

3552. 213'Kuwb, koob; of for. der.; Kub, a

country near Egypt:— Chub.

3553. 3,213 kowba', ho'-bah; from an unused

root mean, to be high or rounded; a
Jielmet (as orefced):— helmet. Comp. 6959.

3554. 7113 kavah, haw-vaw'; a prim, root; prop.

to prick or penetrate; hence to blister
(as smarting or eating into):— burn.
1113 kowacb. See 3581.

3555. 71,13 k e viyah, kev-ee-yaw,; from 3554; a

branding: — burning.

3556. 2313 kowkab, ho-kawb'; prob. from the

same as 3522 (in the sense of rolling) or
3554 (in the sense of blazing); a star (as round or as
shining); flg. a prince.'— star ([-gazer]).

3557. 313 kiiwl, hool; a prim, root; prop, to heep

in; hence to measure; fig. 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. T7313 kuwmaz, koo-mawz'; from an un-

used root mean, to store away; a jewel
(prob. gold beads):— tablet.

3559. ]13 kiwn, koon; a prim, root; prop, to be

erect (i.e. stand perpendicular); hence
(causat.) to set up, in a great variety of applications,
whether lit. (establish, fix, prepare, apply), or flg.
(appoint, render sure, proper or prosperous) - .— cer-
tain (-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 very deed.

3560. yO Kiiw n fcoon; prob. from 3559; estab-

lished; Kun, a place in Syria:— Chun.

3561. TfO kawan, hav-vawn'; from 3559; some-

thing prepared, i.e. a sacrificial wafer:—

3562. 17,P3313 Kownanyahuw, ko-nan-yaw'-

hoo; from 3559 and 3050; Jah has

sustained; Conanjah, the name of two Isr.: Cona-

niah, Cononiah. Comp. 3663.

3563. 613 kowc, hoce; from an unused root

mean, to hold together; a cup (as a
container), often flg. a lot (as if a potion); also some
unclean bird, prob. an owl (pern, from the cup-like
cavity of its eye):— cup, (small) owl. Comp. 3599.

3564. 113 kuwr, hoor; from an unused root

mean. prop, to dig through; a pot or
furnace (as if excavated):— furnace. Comp. 3600.
113 kowr. See 3733.

3565. ,),3, 113 Kowr «Ashan, kore aw-shawn';

from 3564 and 6227; furnace of
smohe; Cor-Ashan, a place in Pal. :— Chor-ashan.

3566. 115113 Kdwresb, ho'-resh; or (Ezra 1 • 1

[last time], 2)

12513 Koresb, ho'-resh; from the Pers.;
Koresh (or Cyrus), the Pers. king:—

3567. 115113 Kowresb (Chald.), ko'-resh; corresp.

to 3566:— Cyrus.




8568. Il5l3 KuTCsb. koosh; prob. of for. or.;
Cush (or Ethiopia), the name of a son o£
Ham, and of bis territory; also of an 1st.:— Chush,
Cash, Ethiopia.

3569. '''12513 Kiiwgbiy, koo-shee'; patron, from

3568; a Cushite, or deso. of Cush:—
Cushi, Cushite, Ethiopian (-s).

3570. ,TOIS Kuwsbiy, koo-shee'; the same as

8569; Cushi, the name of two Isr.:—

3571. miSlS KftwBbiytb, koo-sheeth'; tern, of

3569; a Cushite woman:— Ethiopian.

8572. ,]tt5l3 Knwshan, koo-shawn'; perh. from

8568; Cushan, a region of Arabia:— Cu-

8573. fiW'ttS'l 'J12J13 KuwsbaD Rish»atha-

ylm, koo-shan' rish-aw-
thah'-yim; appar. from 3572 and the dual of 7564;
Cushan of double wickedness; Cushan-Rishathajim,
a Mesopotamia!! king: — Chushan-rishathayim.

3574. f,I,,ll25i3 korrsbarab, ko-shaw-raw'; from
3787; prosperity; in plur. freedom:—
X chain.

8575. ni3 Kuwth, kooth; or (fem.)

!,Ifl13 Kiiwthah, koo-tham'; of for. or.;
Cuth or Cuthah, a province of As-
syria:— Cuth.

8576. 3T3 kazab, kaw-zab'; a prim, root; to lie

(i.e. deceive), lit. or flg.:— fail, (be found
a, make a) liar, lie, lying, be in vain.

8577. 3T3 kazab, kaw-zawb'; from 3576; false-

hood; lit. (untruth) or fig. (idol):— deceit-
ful, false, leasing, + liar, lie, lying.

3578. Nap Koz e ba,, ko-zeb-aw'; from 3576; fal-

lacious; Cozeba, a place in Pal.:—

3579. ,W3 Kozbiy, koz-bee'; from 3576; false;

Cozbi, a Midianitess:— Cozbi.

3580. V(S K e ziyb, ta-eeo'; from 3576; falsified;

Kezib, a place in Pal. : — Chezib.

3581. 03 koach, ko'-akh; or (Dan. 11 : 6)

IJ13 kowacb, ko'-akh; from an unused
root mean, to be firm; vigor, lit. (force.
In a good or a bad sense) or flg. (capacity, means,
produce); also (from its hardiness) a large lizard: —
ability, able, chameleon, force, fruits, might, power
(-ful), strength, substance, wealth.

3582. ,in3 kachad, kaw-khad'; a prim, root; to

secrete, by act or word; hence (intens.)
to destroy:— conceal, cut down (off), desolate, hide.

3583. bfJ3 kacbal, kaw-khal'; a prim, root; to

paint (with stibium): — paint.

3584. 123)13 kacbasb, kaw-khash'; a prim, root;

to be untrue, in word (to lie, feign, dis-
own) or deed (to disappoint, fail, cringe):— deceive,
deny, dissemble, fail, deal falsely, be found liars,
(be-) lie, lying, submit selves.

3585. ffl'rD baebasb, kakh'-ash; from 3584; lit. a

failure of flesh, i.e. emaciation; flg.
hypocrisy:— leanness, lies, lying.
8586. iari3 kechagb, kekh-awsh'; from 3584;

faithless:— lying.
3587. Tp kiy, kee; from 3554; a brand or scar:—

8588. ,'S. kiy, kee; a prim, particle [the full form
of the prepositional prefix] indicating cau-
sal relations of all kinds, antecedent or consequent;
(by impl.) very widely used as a rel. conj. or adv. [as
below]; often largely modified by other particles an-
nexed:— and, + (forasmuch, inasmuch, where-) as,
assured [-ly], -1- Dut, certainly, doubtless, + else, even,
-(- except, for. how. (because, in, so, than) that, + ne
vertheless, now. rightly, seeing, since, surely, then,
therefore, + (al-) though, -f till, truly, + until, when,
whether, while, whom, yea, yet.
3589. T3 kiyd, keed; from a prim, root mean, to
strike: a crushing; fig. calamity: — de-

8590. TlTS kiydowd, kee-dode'; from the same
as 8589 [comp. 3539] ; prop, something
struck off, i.e. a spark (as struck):— spark.

3591. pT 1 , kiyddwil. kee-dohn'; from the same

as 3589; prop, something to strike with,
i.e. a dart (perh. smaller than 2595):— lance, shield,
spear, target.

3592. p,P3 Kiydown kee-dohn'; the same as

3591 ; Kidon, a place in Pal.:— Chidon.

3593. ,11T , 3 kiydowr, kee-dore'; of uncert. der. ;

perh. tumult:— battle.

3594. 1JV2 Kiyuwn, kee-yoon'; from 3559; prop.

a statue, i.e. idol; but used (by euphem-
ism) for some heathen deity (perh. corresp. to Pria-
pus or Baal-peor):— Chiun.

3595. Ti B 3 kiyowr, kee-yore'; or

T3 kiy or, kee-yore'; from the same as 3564;
prop, something round (as excavated or
bored), i.e. a chafing- dish for coals or a caldron for
cooking; hence (from similarity of form) a wash-
bowl; also (for the same reason) a pulpit or plat-
form: — heartb, laver, pan, scaffold.

3596. ,Vs kiylay, kee-lah'ee; or

,OS) kelay, kay-lah'ee; from 3557 in the
sense of withholding; niggardly:— churl.

3597. rp,S beylaph, kay-laf; from an unused

root mean, to clap or strike with noise;
a club or sledge-hammer: — hammer.

3598. 7TO n 3 Kiymab, kee-maw'; from the same

as 3558; a cluster of stars, i.e. the Plei-
ades:— Pleiades, seven stars.

3599. D,S kiyc, keece; a form for 3563; a cup; also

a bag for money or weights:— bag, cup,

3600. ,PS 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.

1,3 kiyor. See 3595.

3601. 11125,3 kiygbdwr, kee-shore'; from 3787;

lit. a director, i.e. the spindle or
shank of a distaff (6418), by which it is twirled:—

3602. f,!33 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. 133 klkkar, kik-kawr 1 ; from 3769; a circle,

i.e. (by impl.) a circumjacent tract or
region, espec. the Ohor or valley of the Jordan; also
a (round) loaf; also a talent (or large [round] coin) :—
loaf, morsel, piece, plain, talent.

3604. 133 klkker (Chald.), kik-kare'; corresp.

to 3603; a talent:— talent.

3605. V3 kol, kole; or (Jer. 33 : 8)°

513 kSwl, kole; from 3634; prop, the whole;
hence all, any or every (in the sing, only,
but often in a plur. 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. 33 kol (Chald.), kole; corresp. to 3605:— all,

any, + (forasmuch) as, + be- (for this)
cause, every, + no (manner, -ne), + there (where)
-fore, + though, what (where, who) -soever, (the)

3607. N33 kala', kaw-law 1 ; a prim, root; to re-

strict, by act (hold, back or in) or word
(prohibit):— finish, forbid, keep (back), refrain, re-
strain, retain, shut up, be stayed, withhold.

3608. fcilb3 kele', keh'-leh; from 3607; a prison:—

prison. Comp. 3610, 3628.

3609. at}b3 Kil'ab, kil-awb'; appar. from 3607

and 1; restraint of (his) father; Kilab,
an 1st. : — Chileab.

3610. tTNbs kll'aylm, kil-ah'-yim; dual of 3608

in the original sense of separation;
two heterogeneities: — divers seeds (-e kinds), mingled

3611. 3j3 keleb, keh'-leb; from an unused root

mean, to yelp, or else to attack; a dog;
hence (by euphemism) a male prostitute:— dog.

3612. tlv3 Kaleb, kaw-labe'; perh. a form of

8611, or else from the same root in the

sense of forcible; Caleb, the name of three Isr.:—

3613. firilSN ab.3 Kaleb 'Epbratbah, kaw-

labe' efraw'-thaw; from 3612
and 672 ; Caleb-Ephrathah, a place in Eg. (if the text is
correct):— Caleb-ephrathah.

3614. iab3° Kallbbow, kaw-Hb-bo 1 ; prob. by

err. transc. for
,'SSS Kalebiy, kaw-lay-bee' ; patron, from
3612; a Calebite or desc. of Caleb:— of
the house of Caleb.

3615. !,I53 kalab, kaw-law'; a prim, root; to

end, whether intrans. (to cease, be
finished, perish) or trans, (to complete, prepare, con-
sume): — accomplish, cease, consume (away), deter-
mine, 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. J,lb3 kaleb, kaw-leh'; from 3615; pining:—


3617. Inb3 kalab, kaw-law 1 ; from 8615; a com-

pletion; adv. completely; also destruc-
tion:— altogether, (be, utterly) consume (-d), con-
summation (-ption), was determined, (full, utter) end,

3618. r,63 kallah, kal-laW; from 3634; a bride

(as if perfect) ; hence a son's wife:— bride,
daughter-in-law, spouse.

N133 b e luw,,,,,,,, See 3628.

3619. 3,b3 k e Iub, 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. aib3 K'lnwl., kel-oob'; the same as 3619;

Kelub, the name of two Isr.:— Chelub.

3621. ,a,D3 K e luwbay, kel-oo-bay'ee; a form

of 3612 ; Kelubai, an Isr. :— Chelubai.

3622. ,Alb:? K e Iuwhay, kel-oo-hah'ee; from

3615; completed; Keluhai, an Isr.: —

3623. flblb3 k e luwlah, kel-oo-law'; denom

pass. part, from 3618; bridehood (only
in the plur.):— espousal.

3624. 1133 kelaeb, keh'-lakh; from an unused

root mean, to be complete; maturity:—
full (old) age.

3625. n?3 Kelach, keh'-lakh; the same as 8624;

Kelach, a place in Assyria: — Calah.

3626. rTTtvbs Kol-Chozeh, kol-kho-zeh'; from
3605 and 2374; every seer; Col-Cho-

zeh, an Isr.:— Col-hozeh.

3627. ,b3 k e 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, + what-

3628. trb3 k e liy,, kel-ee'; or

Nlb3 k e lQ-w», fcel-oo'; from 3607 [comp.
3608] ; a prison: — prison.

3629. r,pb3 kllyab, kil-yaw'; fem. of 3627 (only

in the plur.) ; a kidney (as an essential
organ); fig. the mind (as the interior self):— kidneys,

3630. l,bS Kllyown, kil-yone'; a form of 8631;

Kiljon, an Isr. :— Chilion.

3631. ,JI,VS killayown, kil-law-yone' ; from

3615; pining, destruction: — consump-
tion, failing.

3632. b,b3 kaliyl, kaw-leel'; from 3634; complete;

as noun, the whole (spec, a sacrifice
entirely consumed); as adv. fully: — all, every whit,
flame, perfect (-ion), utterly, whole burnt offering
(sacrifice), wholly.

3633. b'3b3 Kalkdl, kal-kole'; from 3557; suste-

nance; Calcol, an Isr. : — Calcol, CbalcoL

3634. bb3 kalal, kaw-lal'; a prim, root; to com-

plete:— (make) perfect.




8635. bb3 k e lal (Chald.), kel-al'; corresp. to 8634;
to complete: — finish, make (set) up.

3636. bb3 K e lal, kel-awl'; from 3634; complete;

Kelal, an Isr. : — Chelal.

3637. tft© kalam, kaw-lawm'; a prim, root;

prop, to wound; but only fig., to
taunt or insult:— be (make) ashamed, blush, be con-
founded, be put to confusion, hurt, reproach, (do, put
to) shame.

3638. IKlb? Kilmad, kiUmawd'; of for. der.;

Kilmad, a place appar. in the Assyrian
empire: — Chilmad.

3639. rrabS k'limmah hel-im-maw'; from 3687;

1 disgrace:— confusion, dishonour, re-
proach, shame.

8640. nfab? k'Ummuntb, keUm-mooth';

from 8689; disgrace:— shame.

8641. rtfr? Kalneh, fcol-nefc';or

•,IJjb? Kalneh, kal-nay' ; also

iib? KalnAw, fcal-no'; of foT. der.; Cal-
neh or Calno, a place in the Assyrian
empire:— Calneh, Calno. Comp. 3656.
3643. ~,Q3 kamahh. toio-moli'; a prim, root;

to pine after:— long.
3643. Q71H3 Kimliam, him-hawm'; from 3b42;
pining; Kimham, an 1st.:— Chimbam.
8644. TO? k,mfiw, kem-o'; or

IMS kamow, kaw-mo'; a form of the pref.
k, but used separately [comp. 3651]; as,
tftus, so:— according to, (such) as (it were, well as), in
comparison of, like (as, to, unto), thus, when, worth.

3645. 101)33 K'mowih, kem-oshe 1 ; or (Jer.

: 48 : 7)
llSTD? K e miysh, kem-eesh'; from an un-
used root mean, to subdue; the power-
ful; Kemosh, the god of the Moabites:— Chemosh.

3646. 1123 kammdn, kam-mone'; from an un-

used root mean, to store up or preserve;
, cummin, (from its use as a condiment) :— cummin.

8647. 0)23 kamac, haw-mas'; a prim, root; to

store away, i.e. (fig.) in the memory:—
lay up in store.

8648. D23 kamar, haw-mar 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to intertwine or contract, i.e. (by
impl.) to shrivel (as with heat); fig. to be deeply
affected with passion (lore or pity):— be black, be
kindled, yearn.

3649. 1)23 kamar, kaw-mawr'; from 8648; prop.

an ascetic (as if shrunk with self -macer-
ation), i.e. an idolatrous priest (only in plur.):—
Chemarims, (idolatrous) priests.

3650. Tip? klmriyr, kim-reer'; redupl. from

8648; obscuration (as if from shrinh-
age of light), i.e. an eclipse (only in plur.):— black-

1. 1? ken kane; from 3559; prop, set upright;
hence (fig. as adj.) just; but usually (as
adv. or conj.) rightly or so (in various applications to
manner, time and relation; often with other par-
ticles) : h after that (this, -ward, -wards), as ... as,

-f [for-] asmuch as yet, + be (for which) cause,
-f following, howbeit, in (the) like (manner, -wise),
y. the more, right, (even) so, state, straightway,
such (thing), surely, + there (where) -fore, this, thus,
true, well, X you.

3652. ,]3 k6n (Chald,), kane; corresp. to 3651; so:—


3653. ,13 ken, kane; toe same as 8651, used as a

noun; a stand, i.e. pedestal or station:—
base, estate, foot, office, place, well.

3654. 13 Iken, kane; from 3661 in the sense of fast-

ening; a gnat (from infixing its sting;
used only in plur. [and irreg. in Exod. 8 : 17, 18; Heb.
13 : 14]):— lice, X manner.

8655. 7133 kanah, kaw-naw'; a prim, root; to

address by an additional name; hence,
to eulogise:— give flattering titles, surname (himself).

8656. !,E,3 Eanneh. han-neh'; for 3641; Oanneh,

a place in Assyria:— Canneh
3657. 7TS3 Hannah, han-naW; from 3661; a plant
(as set,):— X vineyard.

3658. 1153 klnnowr, fctn-nore'; from an unused

root mean, to twang; a harp: — harp.

3659. 1rP33 Konyahuw, kon-yaW-hoo; for

8204; Conjah, an Isr. king:— Coniah.
8660. 8)233 k e nema» (Chald.), ken-ay-maw';

corresp. to 3644; so or thus:— so, (in)
this manner (sort), thus.

3661. ,33 kaiian, haw-nan'; a prim, root; to set

out, i.e. plant: — X vineyard.

3662. ,,M3 K. e naniy, ken-aw-nee': from 3661;

planted; Kenani, an Isr. : — Chenani.

3663. fP333 K'nanyah, ken-an-yaw 1 ; or

VP333 K e nanvahnw, hen-an,yaw'-hoo;
from 3661 and 8050; Jah has planted;
Kenanjah, an Isr.:— Chenaniah.

3664. 033 kanac, kauy-nas 1 ; a prim, root; to

collect; hence, to enfold:— gather (toge-
ther), heap up, wrap self.

3665. 3,33 kana,, kaw-nah'; a prim, root; prop.

to bend the knee; hence to humiliate,
vanquish:— bring down (low), into subjection, under,
humble (self), subdue.

3666. !-IS33 kin ,ah kin-aw'; from 366B in the

sense of folding [comp. 3664]; a pack-
age:— vexes.

3667. ,1233 K e na,an, ken-ah'-an; from 3665;

humiliated; Kenaan, a son of Ham;
also the country inhabited by him:— Canaan, mer-
chant, trafflck.

3668. J13OT3 K. e na«anak, ken-ah-an-aW '; fern.

of 8667; Kenaanah, the same of two
Isr. : — Chenaanah.

3669. ,WSS K e na,&niy, ken-ah-an-ee'; patrial

from 3667; a Kenaanite or inhabitant
of Kenaan; by impl. a pedlar (the Canaanites stand-
ing for their neighbors the Ishmaelites, who conduct-
ed mercantile caravans): — Canaanite, merchant,

8670. £133 fcanaph, kaw-naf; a prim, root; prop,
to project laterally, i.e. prob. (reflex.) to
withdraw: — be removed.

3671. t|33 kanapb, kaw-nawf; from 8670; an

edge or extremity; spec, (of a bird or
army) a wing, (of a garment or bed-clothing) a flap,
(of the earth) a quarter, (of a building) a pin-
nacle: — (- bird, border, corner, end, feather [-ed],
X flying, + (one an-) other, overspreading, X quar-
ters, skirt, X sort, uttermost part, wing ([-ed]).

3672. nV,l33 Kinn'rowth, kin-ner-oth' ; or

1H133 Kinnereth, kin-neh'-reth; respec-
tively plur. and sing. fern, from the
same as 3658; perh. ftarp-shaped; Kinneroth or Kin-
nereth, a place in Pal. :— Ohinnereth, Chinneroth, Cin-

3673. 1B33 kanash (Chald.), kaumash'; cor-

resp. to 3664; to assemble: — gather to-

3674. 1133 k,nath, kenawth'; from 8855; a coi-

league (as having the same title):— com-

3675. r03 k e natk (Chald.), ken-awth'; corresp.

to 3674:— companion.

3676. 03 kec, kace; appar. a contr. for 3678, but

prob. by err. transc. for 5251:— sworn.
8677. ND3 kece', keh'-seh; or

fl03 kecek, keh'-seh; appar. from 8680;
prop, fulness or the full moon, i.e. its
festival:— (time) appointed.

3678. NO? klcce', kis-say'; or

SID? klcceh. kis-say'; from 8680; prop.
covered, i.e. a throne (as canopied):—
seat, stool, throne.

3679. ,«JD3. Kacday. has-dah'ee; f or 3778:-Chal-


3680. 7,103 kacah, haw-saw 1 ; a prim, root; prop.

to plump, i.e. fill up hollows; by impl.
to cover (for clothing or secrecy):— clad self, close,
clothe, conceal, cover (self), (flee to) hide, over-
whelm. Comp. 3780.

7103 kecek. See 3677.

7103 kicceta See 3678.

3681. ,103 kacuwy, kawsoo'ee; pass- P&r'- of

8680; prop, covered, i.e. (as noun) a
covering: — covering.

3682. ni03 k«cA-wtk, kes-ooth'; from 8680; a

cover (garment) ; flg. a veiling: — cover-
ing, raiment, vesture.

3683. tlp3 kacach, kaw-sakh'; a prim, root; to

cut off:— cut down (up).

3684. bN?3 k e ciyl, kes-eeV; from 8688; prop, fat,

! i.e. (fig.) stupid or silly:— fool (-ish).

3685. bip? K,ciyl, kes-eel'; the same as 3684;

any notable constellation; spec. Orion
(as if a burly one) : — constellation, Orion.

3686. b,D? K. e ciyl, hes-eel'; the same as 8684; Ke-

sil, a place in Pal. :— Chesil.

3687. mbip? k«clyluwtk, fces-eeJ-ooMi'; from

3684; silliness:— foolish.

3688. bp3 kacal, kaw-sal'; a prim, root; prop, to

be fat, i.e. (fig.) silly:— be foolish.

3689. bp? kecel, keh'-sel: from 3688; prop, fat-

ness, i.e. by impl. (lit.) the loin (as the
seat of the leaf fat) or (gen.) the uiscera; also (flg.)
silliness or (in a good sense) trust: — confidence, flank,
folly, hope, loin.

3690. 7lb03 klclah, fcts-toto'; fern, of 3689; in a

good sense, trust; in a bad one, silli-
ness.- — confidence, folly.

3691. lbp3 Kiclev, kin-lave'; prob. of for. or.;

Kisleu, the 9th Heb. month:— Chisleu.

3692. Tlbp3 Klcldwn, kis-lone'; from 8688;

hopeful; Kislon, an Isr.:— Cbislon.

3693. ,)ib03 K e calown, kes-aw-lone' ; from 3688;

fertile; Kesalon, a place in Pal.:—

3694 nibP3 Ke, ullowtli. kes-ool-loth'; tern.
plur. of pass. part, of 8688; fattened,
Kesulloth, a place in PaL :— Chesulloth.

3695. D,nbp? Kacluchiym, kas-loo'-kheem; a

plur. prob. of for. der. ; Casluchim,
a people cognate to the Eg.:— Casluhim.

3696. 13FI ri?03 Kl. loth Tabor, kis-l5th'
taw-bore'; from the fem. plur. of

3689 and 8396; flanks of Tabor; Kisloth-Tabor, a
place in Pal. :— Chisloth-tabor.

3697. D03 kacam, kaw-sam'; a prim, root; to

shear:— X only, poll. Comp. 8765.

3698. HODS knccemetb, koos-seh'-meth; from

8697; spelt (from its bristliness as if
just shorn):— fitches, rie.

3699. 003 kacac, kaw-sas'; a prim, root; to es-

timate:— make count.

3700. C|03 kacapk,fcato-sa,'; a prim, root; prop.

to become pale, i.e. (by impl.) to pine
after; also to fear: — [have] desire, be greedy, long,

3701. C|03 keceph. keh'sef; from 3700; silver

(from its pale color); by impl. money:—
money, price, silver (-ling).

3702. C]03 k«caph (Chald.), fces-a,'; corresp. to

8701:— money, silver.

3703. NJBpB Kaclphyef, kaw-sif-yaw' ; perh.

from 8701 ; silvery; Casiphja, a place
in Bab.:— Casiphia.

3704. ri03 keceth, fcefc'-setA; from 8680; a cushion

or pillow (as covering a seat or bed):—

3705. ,|3,3 k e «an (Chald.), keh-an'; prob. from 3652;

noTo:— now.

3706. n.33j3 k e ,eneth (Chald.), keh-eh',neth; or

r#3 k«'etk (Chald.), keh-eth'; fem. of 8705;
thus (only in the formula ,and so
forth,):— at such a time.

3707. 03,3 ka'ac, kaw-as'; a prim, root; to trow

ble; by impl. to grieve, rage, be indig-
nant:— be angry, be grieved, take indignation, pro-
voke (to anger, unto wrath), have sorrow, vex, be

3708. 03,3 ka'ac, kah'-as; or (in Job)

113S3 ka'as, kah'-as; from 8707; vexation;—
anger, angry, grief, indignation, provo-
cation, provoking, x sore, sorrow, spite, wrath.
ny3 k e «etb.. See 3706,




3709. E]3 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); flg.
power:— branch, + foot, hand ([ ful], -die, [-led]), hol-
low, middle, palm, paw, power, sole, spoon.

3710. J|3 kSph, kafe; from 3731; a hollow rock:—


8711. nS3 kaphah, kaw-faw 1 ; a prim, root;
,', prop, to bend, i.e. (flg.) to tame or sub-
due:— pacify.

3712. riSO klppah, kip-paw'; tern, of 3709; a

leaf of a palm-tree:— branch.

3713. ,11S3 k e ph6wr, kef-ore'; from 3722; prop.

! a cover, i.e. (by impl.) a tankard (or
covered goblet); also white frost (as covering the
ground):— bason, hoar (-y) frost.

3714. D,BS kaphiyc, kaw-fece'; from an unused

root mean, to connect; a girder:—

3715. TB3 k e phiyr, kef-eer 1 ; from 3722; a vi!-

lage (as covered in by walls); also a
young lion (perh. as covered with a mane):— (young)
lion, village. Comp. 3723.

3716. !,ITB? K. e phiyrah, kef-ee-raw'; tern, of

3715; the village (always with the
art.); Kephirah, a place in Pal. :— Chephirah.

3717. b?3 kaphal, kaw-fal'; a prim, root; to

fold together; flg. to repeat:— double.

3718. bs© kephel, keh'-fel; from 3717; a dupli-

cate:— double.

3719. ,63 kaphan, kaw-fan'; a prim, root; to

bend;— bend.

3720. ,|B3 kaphan, kaw-fawn'; from 3719; hun-

ger (as making to stoop with emptiness
and pain):— famine.

3721. C1B3 kaphaph, kaw-faf; a prim, root; to

curve:— bow down (self).

3722. ,IBS kaphar, kaw-far'; a prim, root; to

cover (spec, with bitumen); flg. to expi-
ate or condone, to placate or cancel: — appease, make
(an) atonement, cleanse, disannul, forgive, be merci-
ful, pacify, pardon, to pitch, purge (away), put
off, (make) reconcile (-liation).

3723. 1B3 kaphar, kaw-fawr 1 ; from 3722; a vil-

lage (as protected by walls):— village.
Comp. 3715.

3724. ,IB3 kopher, ko'-fer; from 3722; prop, a

cover, i.e. (lit.) a visage (as covered in);
(spec.) bitumen (as used for coaiinff), and the henna
plant (as used for dyeing); flg. a redempiton-price:—
bribe, camphire, pitch, ransom, satisfaction, sum of
money, village.

3725. 1B3 kipptir, fcip-poor'; from 3722; expia-

tion (only in plur.):— atonement.

3726. ,OiTayrl 1B3 K e phar ha-tAmraow

niy, kef-ar' haw-am-mo-nee' ;
from 3723 and 5984, with the art. interposed; village
of the Ammonite; Kefar-ha-Ammoni, a place in
Pal. : — Chef ar-haamonai.

3727. niS3 kapporeth, fcap-po'-rett; from 3722;

a lid (used only of the cover of the
sacred Ark):— mercy seat.

3728. 1BB3 kaphask, kaw-fash'; a prim, root; to

tread down; flg. to humiliate: — cover.

3729. HB3 k e pbatb (Chald.), kef-ath'; a root of

uncert. correspondence; to fetter:—

3730. 1tlB3 kaplitor, kaf-tore 1 ; or (Am. 9 : 1)

TinB3 kapbtowr, kaf-tore'; prob. from

an unused root mean, 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) lintel.

3731. 1FIB3 Kapbtor, kaf-tore'; or (Am. 9 : 7)

11HB3 Kaphtftwr, kaf-tore'; appar. the
same as 3730; Caphtor (i.e. a wreath-
shaped island), the original seat of the Philistines:—

3732. ,I'nBB Kaphtoriy, kaf-to-reef; patrial

from 3731 ; a Caphtorite (collect.) or
native of Caphtor:— Caphthorim, Caphtorim (-s),

3733. 13 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. 13 kdr, kore; from the same as 3564; prop.

a deep round vessel., i.e. (spec.) a cor or meas-
ure for things dry :— cor, measure. Chald. the same.

3735. N13 kara' (Chald.), kaw-raw 1 ; prob. cor-

resp. to 3738 in the sense of piercing
(flg.); to grieve:— be grieved.

3736. 3313 karbel, kar-bale'; from the same as

3585 ; to gird or clothe:— clothed.

3737. &6al3 karb e la, (Chald.), kar-bel-aW;

from a verb corresp. to that of 3736 ; a
mantle:— hat.

3738. STJ5 karah, kaw-raw 1 ; a prim, root; prop.

to dijr; flg. to plot; gen. to bore or
open:— dig, X make (a banquet), open.

3739. 7113 karah, kaw-raw 1 ; usually assigned as

a prim, root, but prob. only a special
application of 3738 (through the common idea of
planning implied in a bargain); to purchase:— buy,

3740. 7113 her all. hay-raw'; from 3739; a pur-

chase:— provision.

3741. !t13 karah, kaw-raw'; fern, of 3733; a

meadow:— cottage.

3742. 2113 k e ruwb, ker-oob 1 ; of uncert. der.;

a cherub or imaginary figure: — cherub,
[plurJ] cherubims.

3743. 3113 K e ruwb, ker-oob'; the same as 3748;

Kerub, a place in Bab.:— Cherub.

3744. 1113 kardwz (Chald.), fcaw-roze'; from

3745: a herald: — herald.

3745. T13 k c raz (Chald.), ker-az'; prob. of Greek

or. (KijpiWw); to proclaim: — make a

3746. , 13 kariy, kaw-ree'; perh. an abridged

plur. of 3733 in the sense of leader (of the
flock); a life-guardsman: — captains, Cherethites
[from the marg.].

3747. rP13 K. e riyth, ker-eeth'; from 3772; a cut;

Kerith, a brook of Pal. :— Cherith.

3748. nirPIS k«riythuwtb, ker-ee-thooth' ;

from 3772; a cutting (of the matri-
monial bond), i.e. divorce: — divorce (-ment).

3749. 3313 karkdb, kar-kobe'; expanded from

the same as 3528; a rim or top mar-
gin:— compass.

3750. D.313 karkom, kar-kome 1 ; prob. of for.

or. ; the crocus: — saffron.

3751. tiFnS,S Kark e miysh, kar-kem-eesh' ; of

for. der.; Karkemish, a place in
Syria :— Carchemish.

3752. 03,13 Karkac, Tcar-kasT; of Pers. or.;

Karkas, a eunuch of Xerxes:— Carcas.

3753. F11313 karkarah, kar-kaw-raw' ; from

3769; a dromedary (from its rapid
motion as if dancing):— swift beast.

3754. 013 kerem, keh'-rem; from an unused root

of uncert. mean.; a garden or vine-
yard:— vines, (increase of the) vineyard (-s), vintage.
See also 1021.

3755. D13 kdrem, ko-rame'; act. part, of an

imaginary denom. from 3754; a vine-
dresser:— viae dresser [as one or two words}.

3756. ,KTO Karmiy kar-mee'; from 3754; gar-

dener; Karmi, the name of three 1st. :—

3757. ,W3 Karmiy, kar-mee'; patron, from

8756; a Karmite or desc. of Karmi:—

3758. Vral? karmtyl, Tcar-mele 1 ; prob. of for.

or. ; carmine, a deep red:— crimson.

3759. b»13 karmel, Tmr-meV; from 3754; a

planted field (garden, orchard, vineyard
or park); by impl. garden produce:— full (green) ears
(of corn), fruitful field (place), plentiful (field).

3760. bn13 Karmel, kar-meV; the same as 3759;

Karmel, the name of a hill and of a
town in Pal.:— Carmel, fruitful (plentiful) field,

3761. ,i,MI? Karm e lly, kar-meUee 1 ; patron

from 3760; a Karmelite or inhab. oi
Karmel (the town):— Carmelite.

3762. rPbH13 Karm e liyth, fcar-meJ-ee«i';fem

of 3761 ; a Karmelitess or female in
hab. of Karmel:— Carmelitess.

3763. 113 K e ran, ker-awn 1 ; of uncert. der.: Ker

an, an aboriginal Idumasan:— Cberan.

3764. N013 korce' (Chald.), kor-say'; corresp.

to 3678; a throne:— throne.


DD13 klrcem, kir-same',
waste:— waste.

from 3697; to lay


3766. 5,13 kara', kaw-rah'; a prim, root; to bend

the knee; by impl. to sink, to prostrate:—
bow (down, self), bring down (low), cast down, couch,
fall, feeble, kneeling, sink, smite (stoop) down, subdue,
X very.

3767. 3,13 karat, hate-raw 1 ; from 3766; the leg

(from the knee to the ankle) of men or
locusts (only in the dual) :— leg.

3768. DB13 karpac, kar-pas 1 ; of for. or.; byssus

or fine vegetable wool:— green.
113 karar, kaw-rar 1 ; a prim, root; to

dance (i.e. whirl): — dance (-ing).
tol3 k e r£s, ker-ace'; by var. from 7164; the

paunch or belly (as swelling out):—

£313 Koresh. See 3567.

3771. SCU313 Karsb e na', kar-shen-aw' ; of for.

or. ; Karshena, a courtier of Xerxes:—

3772. ni3 karath, kaw-rath'; a prim, root; to

cut (off, down or asunder); by impl. to
destroy or consume; spec, to covenant (i.e. make an
alliance or bargain, orig. 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. S,inl3 kartithah, kaw-rooth-aw' ; pass.

part. fern, of 3772; something cut, i.e.
a hewn timber:— beam.

3774. ,Til? K e r6thiy, ker-ay-thee' ; prob. from

3772 in the sense of executioner; a Ker-
ethite or life-guardsman [comp. 2876] (only collect,
in the sing, as plur.):— Cherethims, Cherethites.

3775. 3ffl3 keseb, keh'-seb; appar. by transp. for

3532; a young sheep: ■ — lamb, sheep.

3776. !,iai23 klsbah, kis-baw'; tern, of 3775; a

young ewe: — lamb.

3777. ,lip3 Kesed, keh'-sed; from an unused root

of uncert. mean. ; Kesed, a relative of
Abraham:— Chesed.

3778. I,Sg Kasdiy, kasdee' (occasionally with

t1M' 1 '1tt!3 Kasdiymah, kas-dee'-maw;
towards the Kasdites: — into Chal-
dea), patron, from 3777 (only in the plur.); a Kasdite,
or deso. of Kesed; by impl. a Chaldatan (as if so
descended); also an astrologer (as if proverbial of
that people:— Chaldeans, Chaldees, inhabitants of

3779. ,'TOS) Kasday (Chald.), kas-dah'ee; cor-

resp. to 3778; a Chaldcean or inhab. of
Chaldsea; by impl. a Magian or professional astrolo-
ger:— Chaldean.

3780. 711233 kasah, kaw-saw'; a prim, root; to

grow fat (i.e. be covered with flesh):—
be covered. Comp. 3680.

3781. b,ffl? kashshiyl, kash-sheel'; from 3782;

prop, a feller, i.e. an axe:— ax.

3782. blB3 kashal, kaw-shal'; a prim, root; to

totter or waver (through weakness of
the legs, espec. the ankle); by impl. to falter,
stumble, faint or fall:— bereave [from the marg.],
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

3783. 1°lbl±3 klshshaldwn, Hsh-shaw-lone 1 ;

from 3788; prop, a tottering, Le,
ruin;— fall.



8784. r|T253 kasliaph. kawshaf; a prim, root;
prop, to whisper a spell, i.e. to inchant
or practise magic:— sorcerer, (use) witch (craft).

3785. E|1U3 kesheph, keh'shef; from 3784; ma-

gic—sorcery, witchcraft.

3786. £]123 basbsbapb, tofe-shaw,',- from 3784;

a magician; — sorcerer.

3787. ,1123 kasbSr, haw-share'; a prim, root-

prop, to be straight or right; by impl.
to be acceptable; also to succeed or prosper:— direct,
be right, prosper.

3788. 1111133 klsbrown. kish-rone'; from 3787;

success, advantage; — equity, good,

3789. 3ri3 kathab, haw-thaW ; a prim, root; to

grave; by impl. to write (describe, in-
scribe, prescribe, subscribe);--describe, record, pre-
scribe, subscribe, write (-ing, -ten).

3790. 3n3 k thab (Chald.), keth-aV; corresp. to

3789:— write (-ten).

3791. 3ri3 kathab. kaw-thawb'; from 8789;

something written, i.e. a writing, record
or book:— register, scripture, writing.
3793. 3113 knhab (Chald), keth-awb'; corresp.

to 3791:— prescribing, writing (ten).

3793. 113,13 k G thdbeth, keth-o'-beth; from 3789;

a letter or other mark branded on the
skin:— X any [mark].

3794. ,WS Kiltiy kit-tee'; or

n ,F,,,,,,,,3 Klttiyiy, kit-tee-ee'; patrial from an

unused name denoting Cyprus (only in

the plur.); a Kittite or Cypriote: hence an islander in

gen., i.e. the Greeks or Romans on the shores opposite

Pal.:— Chittim, Kittim.

3795. mrra kathiytb, kaw-theeth'; from 3807;

beaten, i.e. pure (oil): — beaten.

3796. bn3 kdthel, ko'-thel; from an unused root

mean, to compact; a wall (as gathering
inmates) : — wall.

3797. brj3 knhal (Chald.), keth-al'; corresp. to

' 3796-.— wall.

3798. U!, l bri3 Klthliysb. kith-leesh'; from 3796

and 376; wall of a man; Kithlish, a
place in Pal.:— Kithlish.

3799. DH3 katbaiu. kaw-fham'; a prim, root;

prop, to carve or engrave, i.e. (by impl.)
to inscribe indelibly:— mark.

3800. DH3 kethem. keh'-them; from 3799; prop.

something carved out, i.e. ore; hence
gold (pure as originally mined):— ([most] fine, pure)
gold (en wedge).

3801. r0h3 k e t»6uetli kethM'-neth; or

rQTQ kuttoneth, koot-to'-neth; from t.n
unused root mean, to cover [comp.
3802] ; a shirt:— coat, garment, robe.

3802. C|n3 kath£pb, kaw-thafe'; from an un-

used root mean, to clothe; the shoulder
(proper, i.e. upper end of the arm; as being the spot
where the garments hang); fig. side-piece or lateral
projection of anything;— arm, corner, shoulder
(-piece), side, undersetter.

3803. 1113 kathar, kaw-thar'; a prim, 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. 1113 kether. keh'-ther; from 3808; prop, a

circlet, i.e. a diadem: — crown.

3805. rrtTD kdtbereth, ko-theh'-reth; tern. act.

part, of 3803; the capital of a column:—

3806. 12H3 katbash, kaw-thash'; a prim, root;

to butt or pound:— bray.

3807. nri3 kathatb, kaw-thath'; a prim, root;

to bruise or violently strike: — beat
down, to pieces), break in pieces, crushed, destroy,
liscomflt, smite, stamp.

3808. S& 16,, lo; or

Nib low', lo; or

rib 16b (Deut. 3 : 11), lo; a prim, particle;
not (the simple or abs. negation); by

impl. no; often used with other particles (as fol-
lows):— X before, + or else, ere, + except, ig [-nor-
ant], 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,
-f- of a truth, -f verily, for want, + whether, without.

3809. t,b la' (Chald.), law; or

tlb lab (Chald.) (Dan. 4 : 33), law; corresp.
to 3808:— or even, neither, no (-ne, -r),
([can-]) not, as nothing, without.
Nb 1ft'. See 8863.

3810. 131 tf-

131 ib

1,6' D e bar, lo deb-ar,; or

Low » e bar (2 Sam. 9 : 4, 5), lo
deb-ar'; or
13.1b IAdbir (Josh. 13 : 26), lid-beer' [prob.

13ib° L6d e bar, lo-deb-ar']; from 3808 and
1699: pastureless; La-Debar, a place in
Pal.:— Debir, Lo-debar.

3811. TlStb la'fth, law-avY; a prim, root; to tire;

(fig.) to be (or make) disgusted:— faint,
grieve, lothe, (be, make) weary (selves).

3812. Hijtb Le'ali lay-aw'; from 3811; weary!

Leah, a wife of Jacob:— Leah.
D'iKb l«»owm. See 3816.

3813. UNb la'at, law-at'; a prim, root; to

muffle: — cover.

3814. Di,b la't, lawt; from 3818 (or perh. for act.

part, of 3874); prop, muffled, i.e. silent-
ly:— softly.

3815. bfttb La'el, law-ale 1 ; from the prep. pref.

and 410; (belonging) to God; Lael an
Isr. :— Lael.

3816. DS,b Vom, leh-ome'; or

6l!sb F'owm, leh-ome 1 ; from an unnsed
root mean, to gather; a community:—
nation, people.

3817. d,2Nb L,immijrm, leh-oom-meem' ;

plur. of 3816; communities; Leum
mint, an Arabian: — Leummim.

3818. ,,Hiy tfb 1,6, tlmmiy, lo am-mee'; from

3808 and 5971 with pron. suffix; not
my people; Lo-Ammi, the symbol, name of a son of
Hosea : — Lo-ammi.

3819. !TOni S,b Lo, Ruchamab, lo roo-khaw-

maw'; from 380S and 7355; not
pitied; Lo-Ruchamah, the symbol, name of a daughter
of Hosea: — Lo-ruhamah.

3820. aib 16b, lobe; a form of 3824; the heart; also

used (fig.) very widely for the feelings, the
will and even the intellect; likewise for the centre of
anything: — (- care for, comfortably, consent, x con-
sidered, courag [eous], friend [-ly], ([broken-],
[hard-], [merry-], [stiff-], [stout-], double) heart
([-ed]), X heed, X I, kindly, midst, mind (-ed), X re-
gard ([-ed)], X themselves, X unawares, understand-
ing, X well, willingly, wisdom.

3821. 3b leb (Chald.), labe; corresp. to 3820:—


3822. 111835 L e ba'6wtb, leb-aw-oth'; plur. of

3833; lionesses; Lebaoth, a place in
Pal.:— Lebaoth. See also 1034.

3823. 33b labab, law-bab'; a prim root; prop.

w be enclosed (as if with fat) ; by impl.
(as denom. from 3824) to unheart, i.e. (in a good
sense) transport (with love), or (in a bad sense) stul-
tify; also (as denom. from 3834) to make cakes:—
make cakes, ravish, be wise.

3824. 33b lebab, lay-bawb'; from 8823: the heart

(as the most interior organ); used also
like 3820: ,,,,,,,,- bethink themselves, breast, comfort-
ably, courage, ([faint], [tender-] heart ([-ed]), midst,
mind, X unawares, understanding.

3825. 33b l e bab (Chald.), leb-ab'; corresp. to

3824:— heart.
fl33b l,bibab. See 3834.

3826. nab llbbah, lib-baw'; fem. of 3820; the

heart: — heart.

3827. nab labbab, lab-haw 1 ; for 3852; flame.--


3828. n;iab !, bon uali leb-o-naw'; or

tiahb l e bcnab, leb-o-naw'; from 3836;
frankincense (from its whiteness or
perh. that of its smoke) :— (frank) incense.

3829. Wiib L'bownah, leb-o-naw'; the same

as 3828; Lebonah, a place in Pal.:

3830. 1313b lefeftwsh, leb-oosh'; or

133b l e bftsb, leb-oosh'; from 8847; a gar-
ment (lit. or fig.); by impl. (euphem.) a
wife:— apparel, clothed with, clothing, garment, rai
ment, vestment, vesture.

3831. l»13b 1' buwsl. (Chald.), leb-oosh'; corresp.

to 3830:— garment.

t23b labat, law-bat'; a prim, root; to over-
throw; intrans. to fall:— fall
,'ab bubbly. See 3864.

N,ab labiy', law-bee'; or (Ezek. 19 : 2)

fct ft 3b l,biya', leb-ee-yaw'; irreg. masc.

d,N3b l e ba'iym, leb-aw-eem'; irreg. fem.


nijOb l e ba.'6wth, leb-dw-6th'; from an

unused root mean, to roar; a lion

lioness as the fiercer [although not a roarer;

(great, old, stout) lion, lioness, young



comp. 738]):-

3834. fia,ab labiy bah, law-bee-baw' ; or rather

M33b l e bibab, leb-ee,baw'; from 3828 in its
orig. sense of fatness (or perh. of fold-
ing); a cake (either as fried or turned):— cake.

3835. ,|3b laban, law-ban'; a prim, root; to be

(or become) white; also (as denom. from
3843) to make bricks:— make brick, be (made, make)
white (-r).

3836. ,)3b laban, law-bawn'; or (Gen. 49 : 12)

]3b In boil law-bane'; from 3885; white:—

3837. ,3b Laban. law-bawn'; the same as 3886;

Laban, a Mesopotamian; also a place in
the Desert:— Laban.

13b. LabbSn. See 4192.

3838. &03b L e bana,, leb-aw-naw'; or

Ftjab Ij c banah. leb-aw-naw 1 ; the same as
3842; Lebana or Lebanah, one of the
Nethinim:— Lebana, Lebanah.

3839. nab llbneb, lib-neh'; from 3835; some

sort of whitish tree, perh. the storax: —

3840. nisb libnah, lib-naw'; from 8835; prop.

whiteness, i.e. 0,y impl.) transpa-
rency:— paved.

3841. n33b Libnah, lib-naw'; the same as 3839;

Libnah, a place in the Desert and one
in Pal. :— Libnah.

3842. nj3b l'baiuill leb-aw-naw'; from 3885;

prop, (the) white, i.e. the moort:— moon.
See also 3838.

3843. n53b l'henah, leb-ay-naw'; from 8835; a

brick (fromthetofcitenessof theclay):—
(altar of) brick, tile.

n33b 1 bomili See 3828.


3844. 1133b L'bainiwB leb-aw-nohn' '; from

3825; (the) white mountain (from its
snow); Lebanon, a mountain range in Pal.:—

3845. ,,tjb Llbniy, lib-nee'; from 3885; white;

Libni, an Isr.:— Libni.

3846. ''pab Llbniy, lib-nee'; patron, from 8845;

a Libnite or desc. of Libni (collect.):—

3847. 133b l&bash, law-bash'; or

133b lab,sh, law-bashe'; a prim, root;

prop, wrap around, i.e. (by imp].) to put

on a garment or clothe (oneself, or another), lit. or

fig.:— (in) apparel, arm, array (self), clothe (self),

come upon, put (on, upon), wear.


3848. llfob M,asli (Chald.), leb-ash'; corresp. to
' 3847:-- clothe.
itfsb l e bush. See 3830.

8849. 53 I6g, lohg; from an unused root appar.
mean, to deepen or hollow [like 3537] ; a
log or measure for liquids:— log [of oil].

3850. 13 Ii6d, tode; from an unused root of un-

cert. signif . ; Lod, a place in Pal.:— Lod.
,Bib Iildbtr. See 3810.

3851. !3,!l3 labab, lah'-hab; from an unused root

mean, to gleam; a flash; fig. a sharply
polished blade or point of a weapon:— blade, bright,
flame, glittering.

3852. natlb, leh-aw-baw 1 ; or

Kirb labebetb, lah-eh'-beth; fern, of 3851,
and mean, the same:— flame (-ming),
head [of a spear].

3853. EPS??. l e habiym, leh-haw-beem' ; plur.

of 3851; flames; Lehabim, a son of
Mizrain, and his descend. :— Lehabim.

3854. Xlb lahag, lah'-hag; from an unused root

mean, to be eager; intense mental ap-
plication: — study.

3855. 1TO Lahad, lah'-had; from an unused root

mean, to glow [comp. 3851] or else to be
earnest [comp. 3854] ; Lahad, an Isr. s — Lahad.

3856. SJlb lahahh, law-hah'; a prim, root mean.

prop, to bum, i.e. (by impl.) to be rabid
(flg. insane); also (from the exhaustion of frenzy) to
languish: — faint, mad.

3857. tanb lahaf, law-hat'; a prim, root; prop.

to lick, i.e. (by impl.) to blaze:— burn
(up), set on Are, flaming, kindle.

3858. tanb labaf, lah'-hat; from 3857; a blaze;

also (from the idea of enwrapping)
magic (as covert) :— flaming, enchantment.

3859. 0nb la ham, law-ham'; a prim, root; prop.

to bum in, i.e. (flg.) to rankle:— wound.

3860. ,TO laheo, law-hane'; from the pref. prep.

mean, to or for and 2005; pop. for if;
hence therefore;— tor them [by mistake for prep.

3861. fTS lawheii (Chald.), law-hane 1 ; corresp.

to 3860; therefore; also except:— but,
except, save, therefore, wherefore.

3862. tljjnb labaqah, lah-hak-aw'; prob. from

an unused root mean, to gather; an
assembly:— company.

Nib low'. See 3808.

3863. Nib 1AW, loo; or

Kb lft,,,,,,,, loo; or

lb l6w, loo; a conditional particle; if; by
impl. (interj. as a wish) would that!:—
If (haply), peradventure, I pray thee, though, I would,
would God (that).
8864. ,,ib Luwbty, loo-bee 1 ; or

Tnb Lnbbiy (Dan. 11 : 43), loob-bee 1 ; patrK
al from a name prob. derived from an un.

used root mean, to thirst, i.e. a dry region; appar. a

Libyan or inhab. of interior Africa (only in plur.):—

Lublin (-s), Libyans.

3865. 113 Lnwd, lood; prob. of for. der.; Lud,
the name of two nations: — Lud, Lydia.

8866. lyb Imwdiy, loo-dee'; or

,•,.,lib Liiwdiyiy, loo-dee-ee'; patrialfrom
8865 ; a Ludite or inhab. of Lud (only in
plur.);— Ludim, Lydians.

3867. !,l,lb lavah, law-vaw 1 ; a prim, root; prop.

to twine, i.e. (by impl.) to unite, to re-
main; also to borrow (as a form of obligation) or
(caus.) to Zend':— abide with, borrow (-er), cleave, join
(self), lend (-er).

3868. Tib luwse, Jooz; a prim, root; to turn aside

[comp. 3867, 8874 and 3885], i.e. (lit.) to
depart, (flg.) be perverse:— depart, froward, perverse

3869. Tib luwz. looz; prob. of for. or ; some

kind of lurt-tree, pern, the almond:—

3870. Tib Lnwz, looz; prob. from 3869 (as grow-

ing there); Z,uz, the name of two places
in Pal.: — Luz.

3871. nib luwath, loo'-akh; or

TO luacli, loo'-akh; from a prim, root;
prob. mean, to glisten; a tablet (as
polished), of stone, wood or metal:— board, plate,

3872. rPHlb Lnwcbiyth, loo-kheeth'; or

rnrib° Luchowth (Jer. 48 : 5), loo-khoth';
from the same as 3871; floored; Lu-
chith, a place E. of the Jordan: — Luhith.

3873. fflriib Lowchesh, lo-khashe'; act. part, of

3907; (the) enchanter; Lochesh, an
Isr.:— Hallohesh, Haloshesh [includ. the art.].

3874. EJlb luwt, loot; a prim, root; to wrap up:—

cast, wrap.

3875. £3ib low}, lote; from 3874; a veil:— cover-


3876. taib L6w(, lote; the same as 3875; Lot,

Abraham's nephew:— Lot.

3877. ,Jttib Lowttta, lo-tawn'; from 3875; cover-

ing;' Lotan, an Idumsean:— Lotan.

3878. ,Hb LSviy, lay-vee'; from 3867; attached;

Levi, a son of Jacob:— Levi. See also

3879. 3881.

3879. ,'lb Iifeviy (Chald.), lay-vee'; corresp. to

3880:— Levite.

3880. tTnb llvyah, liv-yaw'; from 3867; some-

thing attached, i.e. a wreath:— crna-

3881. ,,lb IiSviyiy, lay-vee-ee 1 ; or

,'lb I«eviy, lay-vee'; patron, from 3878; a
Leviite or desc. of Levi: — Levite.

3882. IfPlb llvyathan, liv-yaw-thawn' ; from

3867; a wreathed animal, i.e. a serpent
(espec. the crocodile or some other large sea-mons-
ter); flg. the constellation of the dragon; also as a
symbol of Bab.: — leviathan, mourning.

3883. bib luwl, loot; from an unused root mean.

to fold back; a spiral step:— winding
stair. Comp. 3924.

3884. isblb luwle', loo-lay'; or

,,bib luwley, loo lay'; from 3863 and
3808; if not:— except, had not, if (. . .
not), unless, were it not that.

3885. lib lu w ii, loon; or

yb liyn, leen; a prim, root; to stop (usually
over night); by impl. to stay perma-
nently; hence (in a bad sense) to be obstinate (espec.
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) mur-
mur, remain, tarry (all night, that night).

3886. J,lb Inwa', loo'-ah; a prim, root; to gulp;

flg. to be rash: — swallow down (up).

3887. Vlb luwts, loots; a prim, root; prop, to

make mouths at, i.e. to scoff; hence
(from the effort to pronounce a foreign language) to
interpret, or (gen.) intercede: — ambassador, have in
derision, interpreter, make a mock, mocker, scorn
(-er, -ful), teacher.

Bib liiwsh, loosh; a prim, root; to knead:—

IIJiV liuwsb, loosh; from 3888; kneading;
Lush, a place in Pal.:— Laish [from
the marg.]. Comp. 3919.

3890. nib l e vath (Chald.), lev-awth'; from a root
corresp. to 3867; prop, adhesion, i.e. (as
prep.) with:— x thee.

ninb Lnchowth. See 3872.

Tb laz, and

njb lazeb. See 1975 and 1976.

niTb I e ziiwth, lez-ooth'; from 8868; per-

verseness: — perverse.
nb lacb, lakh; from an unused root mean,
to be new; fresh, i.e. unused or undried:—
jrreen, moist.

Kawshat KQ


3893. nb leach , lay'-akh; from the same as 8893:

freshness, i.e. vigor:— natural force.
nb luach. See 8871.

3894. ninb la eh u win, law-khoom'; or

6113 lachiim, law-khoom'; pass. part, of
3898; prop, eaten, i.e. food; also flesh,
i.e. body:— while ... is eating, flesh.

3895. ,Tib l e ehiy, lekh-ee'; from an unused root

mean, to be soft; the cheek (from its fleshi-
ness); hence the jaw-bone: — cheek (bone), jaw (bone).

3896. inb liecbiy, lekh'-ee; a form of 3895; Le-

chi, a place in Pal. :— Lehi. Comp. also

3897. ,nb lachak, law-khdkf; a prim, root; to

lick: — lick (up).

3898. Onb lacham, law-kham'; a prim, root; to

feed on; flg. to consume; by impl. to
battle (as destruction): — devour, eat, X ever, fight
(-ing), overcome, prevail, (make) war (-ring).

3899. Dnb lechem, lekh'-em; from 3898; food

(for man or beast), espec. bread, or grain
(for making it):— ([shew-]) bread, X eat, food, fruit,
loaf, meat, victuals. See also 1036.

3900. Onb l e chem (Chald.), lekh-em'; corresp. to

3901. Onb lachem, law-khem'; from 3898;

battle:— war.
finb lachum. See 3894.

3902. lUnb Lachmiy, lakh-mee'; from 3899;

foodful; Lachmi, a Philis. ; or rather
prob. a brief form (or perh. err. transc.) for 1022:—
Lahmi. See also 3438.

3903. Dwnb Lachmac, lakh-maws'; prob. by

err. transc. for
DUnb Lachmam, lakh-mawm'; from
3899; food-like; Lachmam or Lachmas,
a place in Pal. :— Lahmam.

3904. fljnb l,=chenah (Chald.), lekh-ay,naw' ;

from an unused root of uncert. mean. ;
a concubine: — concubine.

3905. Vnb lachats, law-khats'; a prim, root;

prop, to press, i.e. (fig.) to distress: —
afflict, crush, force, hold fast, oppress (-or), thrust

3906. Vnb lachats, lakh'-ats; from 8905; dis-

tress: — affliction, oppression.

3907. Iljnb lachash, law-khash'; a prim, root; to

whisper; by impl. to mumble a spell (as
a magician): — charmer, whisper (together),

3908. UJnb lachash, lakh'-ash; from 3907; prop.

a whisper, i.e. by impl. (in a good sense)
a private prayer, (in a bad one) an incantation;
concr. an amulet:— charmed, earring, enchantment,
orator, prayer.

3909. tab laf, lawt; a form of 8814 or else part.

from 3874; prop, covered, i.e. secret; by
impl. incantation; also secrecy or (adv.) covertly; —
enchantment, privily, secretly, softly.

3910. tib lot, lote; prob. from 3874; a gum (from

its sticky nature), prob. ladanum: —

3911. HNtab l e ta,a.h, let-aw-aw'; from an un-

used root mean, to hide; a kind of
lizard (from its covert habits):— lizard.

3912. DTBItab L e tiiwshim, let-oo-sheem' ; masc.

plur. of pass. part, of 3913; hammered
(i.e. oppressed) ones; Letushim, an Arabian tribe: —

3913. IBtib latash, law-tash'; a prim, root; prop.

to hammer out (an edge), i.e. to
sharpen:— instructer, sharp (-en), whet.

3914. !Tjb ldyah, lo-yaw'; a form of 3880; a

wreath: — addition.

3915. b,jb layil, lah'-yil; or (Isa. 21 : 11)

'v. lfiyl, lale; also

!lb?b la,lth, lah'-yel-aw; from the same
as 3883; prop, a twist (away of the light),
i.e. night; flg. adversity:— ([mid-]) night (season).
8916. fcObib leyl e ya» (Chald.), lay-leh-yauf ; cor-
resp. to 3915;— night.



3917. JTMj liyliyth, Ue-leeth'; from 3916; a

night spectre:— screech owl.

3918. 1B,jb laylsh, lah'-yish; from 3888 in the

sense of crushing; a lion (from his de-
structive blows):— (old) lion.

3919. U3,;b Layisb, lah'-yish; the same as 3918;

Laish, the name of two places in Pal. :—
Laish. Comp. 3889.

3920. 13? lakad, law-lead'; a prim, root; to catch

(in a net, trap or pit); gen. to capture or
occupy; also to choose (by lot) ; flg. to cohere:— X at
all, catch (self), be frozen, be bolden, stick together,

3921. ,Db J eked leh'-hed; from 3920; something

to capture with, i.e. a moose.-— being

3922. r,E,b lekah, lay-kaw'; from 3312; a jour-

ney; Lekah, a place in Pal.:— Lecah.

3923. UTpb Lachiysh, law-keesh'; from an un-

used root of uncert. mean. ; Lakish, a
place in Pal.: — Lachish.

3924. Flixbb lula'ah, loo-law-aw'; from the same

as 3883; a loop:— loop.

3925. TCD lamad, law-mad'; a prim, root; prop.

to goad, i.e. (by impl.) to teach (the rod
being an Oriental incentive): — [un-] accustomed,
X diligently, expert, instruct, learn, skilful, teach (-er,
-tag). ,

TJ35 Ummud. See 3928.

3926. %33 l,raow, lem-o'; a prol. and separable

form of the pref . prep. ; to or for: — at,
for, to, upon.

3927. bsrab I'muw'el, lem-oo-ale'; or
bSjrinb Ii e m6w'el, lem-o-ale'; from 3926

and 410; (belonging) to Ood; Lemuel
or Lemoel, a symbol, name of Solomon:— Lemuel.

3928. Tl73b Ummuwd, lim-mood'; or

,TOb Ummud, lim-mood'; from 3925; in-
structed;— accustomed, disciple, learned,
taught, used.

3929. Tpib Lemek, leh'-mek; from an unused

root of uncert. mean. ; Lemek, the name
of two antediluvian patriarchs: — Lamech.

3930. }jb Ida', lo'ah from 3886; the gullet:—


3931. !3Sb la«ab, law-ab'; a prim, root; to de-

ride:— mock.

3932. iSh la'as law-ag'; a prim, root; to deride;

by impl. (as if imitating a foreigner) to
speak unintelligibly:- -have in derision, laugh (to
scorn), mock (on), stammering.

3933. a?b la'ag, lah'-ag; from 3932; derision,

scoffing:— derision, scorn (-ing).

3934. 35,b la«eg, law-ayg'; from 3932; a buffoon;

also a foreigner:— mocker, stammering.

3935. STWb La'dah, lah-daw'; from an unused

root of uncert. mean.; Ladah, an
Isr.:— Laadah.

3936. YWb La'dan, lah-dawn'; from the same

as 3935; Lodan, the name of two Isr. :—

3937. T?b la'az, law-az'; a prim, root; to speak

in a foreign tongue:— strange language.

3938. £2?b la e at, law-at'; a prim, root; to swallow

greedily, causat. to feed:— feed.

3939. !TWb la'ftnab, lah-an-aw'; from an un-

used root supposed to mean to curse;
wormwood (regarded as poisonous, and therefore
accursed): — hemlock, wormwood.

3940. Ts? lappiyd, lap-peed'; or

,lBb lappid, lap-peed'; from an unused
root prob. mean, to shine; a flambeau,
lamp or flame:— (Are-) brand, (burning) lamp, light-
ning, torch.

3941. rflTsb Iiappiydowth, lap-pee-doth' ;

leva. plur. of 3940; Lappidoth, the
husband of Deborah :— Lappidoth.

3942. ''DDb Upbnay, lif-nah'ee; from the pref.

prep, (to or for) and 6440; anterior: —


3. rffib laphatb, law-fath 1 ; a prim, root;
prop, to bend, i.e. (by impl.) to clasp;

also (reflex.) to turn around or aside:— take hold, turn
aside (self).

3944. pSb latsown. law-tsonef; from 3887;

derision:— scornful (-ning).

3945. V,b latsats, lawtsats'; a prim, root; to

deride: — scorn.

3946. Dlpb Laqquwm lak-koom'; from an un-

used root thought to mean to stop up
by a barricade; pern, fortification; Lakkum, a place
in Pal.:— Lakum.

3947. n]?b laqacb, law-kakh'; a prim, root; to

take (in the widest variety of applica-
tions): — accept, bring, buy, carry away, drawn, fetch,
get, infold, X many, mingle, place, receive (-ing),
reserve, seize, send for, take (away, -ing, up), use,

3948. n]5b leqacli, leh'-kakh; from 3947; prop.

something received, i.e. (mentally) in-
struction (whether on the part of the teacher or
hearer); also (in an act. and sinister sense) inveigle-
ment: — doctrine, learning, fair speech.

3949. ,,npb Llqchiy, lik-khee'; from 3947; learn-

ed; Likchi, an Isr.:— Likhi.

3950. J3]jb laqaf , law-kat'; a prim, root; prop, to

pick up, i.e. (gen.) to gather; spec, to
glean:— gather (up), glean.

3951. tajjb leqef, leh'-ket; from 3950; the glean-

ing:— gleaning.

3952. p)3b laqaq, law-kak'; a prim, root; to lick

or Zap:— lap, lick.

3953. TB]5b laqash, law-kash'; a prim, root; to

gather the after crop: — gather.

3954. ffljjb leqesb, leh'-kesh; from 3953; the after

crop:— latter growth.

3955. ,TO? l e sbad, lesh-ad'; from an unused root

of uncert. mean.; appar. juice, i.e. (flg.)
vigor; also a sweet or fat cake:— fresh, moisture.

3956. yTO3 lashowii, law-shone'; or

,|iUj lashon, law-shone'; also (id plur.) fem.

FWtijb l e sb,mah, lesh-o-naw 1 ; from 3960;
the tongue (of man or animate), used
lit. (as the instrument of licking, eating, or speech),
and flg. (speech, an ingot, a fork of flame, a cove of
water): — h babbler, bay, + evil speaker, language,
talker, tongue, wedge.

3957. rlSipb llsbkah. lish-kaw 1 ; from an unused

root of uncert. mean.; a room in a
building (whether for storage, eating, or lodging):—
chamber, parlour. Comp. 5393.

3958. Dfflb leshem, leh'-shem; from an unused

root of uncert. mean. ; a gem, perh. the
jacinth:— ligure.

3959. D12)b Leshem. leh'-shem; the same as 3958;

Leshem, a place in Pal.:— Leshem.

3960. ,JlEb lashan. fou,-s7ia»';aprim. root; prop.

to lick; but used only as a denom. from
3956; to wag the tongue, i.e. to calumniate:— accuse,

3961. ,|TSb lishshan (Chald.) lish-shawn'; cor-

resp. to 3956; speech, i.e. a nation:— lan-

3962. yicb Lesha', leh'-shah; from an unused

root thought to mean to break through;
a boiling spring; Leeha, a place prob. E. of the
Jordan:— Lasha.

3963. Tfrib letliek. leh'-thek; from an unused root

of uncert. mean. ; a measure for things
dry:— half homer.



See 4100.

3964. JB3 ma' (Chald.) maw; corresp. to 4100; (as

indef .) that: — (- what.

3965. D13N73 ina'aliiiwc. mah-ab-ooce' ; from

75; & granary: — storehouse.

3966. 15,73 m e '6d, meh-ode'; from the same as

181 ; prop, vehemence, i.e. (with or with-
out prep.) vehemently; by impl. wholly, speedily, etc.
(often with other words as an intensive or superla-
tive; espec. 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. 71N72 me'ah, may-aw'; or

iTNM mS'yah, may-yaw'; prob. a prim,
numeral; a hundred; also as a multi-
plicative and a fraction:— hundred ([-fold], -th),

+ sixscore.

3968. 71N73 Me'ah, may-aw 1 ; the same as 3967;

Mecih, a tower in Jerus. :— Meah.

3969. 71N72 ra e 'ah (Chald.), meh-aw 1 ; corresp. to

T ' 3967:— hundred.

3970. ,HSTO ma'&vay, mah-av-ah'ee; from 183; a

desire:— desire.
bNTO mow'l. See 4136.

3971. 01N72 m'uwm, moom; usually

D173 muwm, moom; as if pass. part, from
an unused root prob. mean, to stain; a
blemish (phys. or mor.) :— blemish, blot, spot.

3972. rrait,72 m e ,nwmali, meh-oo'-maw; ap-

par. a form of 3971 ; prop, a speck or
point, i.e. (by impl.) something; with neg. nothing:—
fault, -)- no (-ught), ought, somewhat, any ([no-])

3973. Difctta ma'owc, maw-oce'; from 3988: re-

fuse:— refuse.

3974. TIN?? ma'owr, maw-ore'; or

,1N73 ma'or, maw-ore'; also (in plur.) fem.

!T,riN73 m e »dwrah, meh-o-raw'; or

fT,lN73 m e '6rah, meh-o-raw'; from 215;
prop, a luminous body or luminary,
i.e. (abstr.) light (as an element); flg. brightness, i.e,
cheerfulness; spec, a chandelier: — bright, light.

3975. FHINTp m e uwrah, meh-oo-raw'; fem.

pass, part, of 215; something lighted,
i.e. an aperture; by impl. a crevice or hole of a ser-
pent) : — den.

3976. ,jTNb nio'zen, mo-zane'; from 239; (only in

the dual) a pair of scales:— balances.

3977. ]TN53 mo'zk (Chald.) mo-zane'; corresp.

to 3976:— balances.
7,PN73 me'yah. See 3967.

3978. bl3N)3 ma'akal, mah-ak-awV; from 398; an

eatable (includ. provender, flesh and
f ruit) :— f ood, fruit, ([bake-]) meat (-s), victual.

3979. nb3N73 ma'&keleth, mah-ak-eh'-leth;

from 898; something to eat with, i.e.
a knife: — knife.

3980. rbbfrTO ma'akoleth, mah-ak-o'-leth;

from 398; something eaten (by Are),
i.e. fuel:— fuel.

3981. V73tTO ma'amats, mah-am-awts'; from

553; strength, i.e. (plur.) resources:—

3982. 173N73 ma'amar, mah-am-ar'; from 559;

something (authoritatively) said, i.e.
an edict: — commandment, decree.

3983. ,1)318)2 me'mar (Chald.), may-mar'; cor-

resp. to 3982:— appointment, word.

3984. yXD ma,n (Chald.), mawn; prob. from a

root corresp. to 579 in the sense of an in-
closure by sides; a utensil:— vessel.

3985. ,]HV2 nia'fen, maw-ane'; a prim, root; to

refuse:— refuse, X utterly.

3986. ]N73 nia'em, maw-ane 1 ; from 3985; unwil-

ling:— refuse.

3987. ]N)3 me'en, may-ane'; from 8985; refrac-

tory:— refuse.

3988. DN72 ma'ac, maw-as 1 ; a prim, root; to

spurn; also (intrans.) to disappear:—
abhor, cast away (off), contemn, despise, disdain, (be-
come) loathe (some), melt away, refuse, reject, re-
probate, X utterly, vile person.

3989. !,ISN)2 ma'&pbeb, mah-af-eh'; from 644;

something baked, i.e. a batch:— baken.

3990. bDN73 ma'aphel, mah-af-ale'; from the

sameas.651; something opaque: — dark-

3991. !-pbBN72° ma'pbeieyah, mah-af-ay-leh-

yaw 1 ; prol. fem. of 3990; opaque-
ness:— darkness.




,18jt73 ma'ar, maw-ar 1 , a prim, root; to be
bitter or (causat.) to embitter, i.e. be
painful: — fretting, picking.

18,73 ma,oi. See 3974.

3993. 318,73 ma'arab, mah-ar-awb'; from 693;

an ambuscade;— lie in ambush, am-
bughment, lurking place, lying in wait.

3994. 7118,73 m e ,erab, meft-ay-rau,'; from 779;

an execration: — curse.
!,I18,73 m e '6rah. gee 8974.

3995. flbl3B mlbdalab, mib-daw-law' ; from

914; a separation, i.e. (concr.) a sep-
arate place:— separate.

3996. 8,1373 ma.b6w,, mate-bo'; from 935; an en-

trance (the place or the act); spec,
(with or without 8121) sunset or the west; also (adv.
with prep.) towards:— by which came, as Cometh, in
coming, as men enter into, entering, entrance into,
entry, where goeth, going down, + westward. Comp.

3997. 718,1373 m e bowab, meb-o-a«o'; fem. of

3996; a haven: — entry.

3998. 71D1373 m e fruwkah, meb-oo-kaw' ; from

943; perplexity:— perplexity,

3999. bl372 mabbuwl, mab-bool'; from 2986 in

the sense of flouring; a deluge: — flood.

4000. ,J1373 mabown, marc-bone'; from 995; in-

structing: — taught.

4001. 7101373 m e biiwcab, meb-oo-saw 1 ; from

947; a trampling:— treading (trodden)
down (under foot).

4002. 51373 mabbawa', mdb-boo'-ah; from 5042;

a fountain:— fountain, spring.

4003. 7TJ51373 m e bMwqab., meb-oo-kah'; from

the same as 950; emptiness: — void.

4004. 11713)3 mibebowr, mib-khore'; from 977;

select, i.e. well fortified:— choice.

4005. 171373 mlbchar, mib-khawr'; from 977;

select, i.e. best:— choice (-st), chosen.

4006. 171373 Mlbchar, mib-khawr'; the same as

4005; Mibchar, an Isr. :— Mibhar.

4007. £3373 mabbaf, mab-bawt'; or

13373 mebbat, meb-bawt'; from 5027; some-
thing expected, i.e. (abstr.) expecta-
tion: — expectation.

4008. 8,13373 mlbta,, mib-taw'; from 981; a rash

utterance (hasty vow):— (that which
. . .) uttered (out of).

4009. 71E3373 mlbtach, mib-tawkh'; from 982;

prop, a refuge, i.e. (obi.) security, or
(subj.) assurance:— confidence, hope, sure, trust.

4010. rpyb3M mabliygiyth, mab-leeg-eeth' ;

from 1082; desistance (or rather
desolation):— comfort self.

4011. 713373 mlbneb, mib-neh'; from 1129; a

building: — frame.

4012. ,SIM M c bunnay, meb-oonnah'ee; from

1129; built up; Mebunnai, an Isr. :—

4013. 1,373 mlbtsar, mib-tsawr'; also (in plur.)

, ' ' fem. (Dan. 11 : 15)
711S373 mlbtsar ah, mib-tsavi-raw' ; from

¥ t : ■

1219; a fortification, castle, or for-
tified city; flg. a defender:— (de-, most) fenced, for-
tress, (most) strong (hold).

4014. 13S373 Mlbtsar. mib-tsawr'; the same as

4018: Mibtsar, an Idumsean:— Mibzar.
711S£353 mlbtsarah. See 4013.

T T : ■

4015. 711373 mtbrach, mib-rawkh'; from 1272; a

refugee:— fugitive.

4016. 115313 mab&Bh, maro-boosa'; from 954;

(plur.) the (male) pudenda:— secrets.

4017. Dil3373 Mibsam, mib-sawm'; from the same

as 1314; fragrant; Mibsam, the name
of an Ishmaelite and of an Isr.:— Mibsam.

4018. 7lblS373 m e bashsh e lah, meb-ash-shel-

aw 1 ; from 1310; a cooking hearth:—

373 Mag. See 7248. 7249.

4019. TlS,aaa Magbiysh, mag-beesh'; from the

same as 1378; stiffening; Magbish, an
Isr., or a place in Pal. :— Magbish.

4020. 133373 mlgbalah, mig-baw-law 1 ; from

1379; a border:— end.

4021. 713,3573 mlgba'ah, mig-baw-aw'; from the

same as 1389; a cap (as hemispher-
ical):— bonnet.

4022. 1373 ineged, meh'-ghed; from an unused root

prop. mean, to be eminent; prop, a dis-
tinguished thing ; hence something valuable, as a pro-
duct or fruit:— pleasant, precious fruit (thing).

4023. ,111373 M c gldd6wn (Zech. 12 : 11), meg-id-

done'; or
11373 M e glddow, meg-id-do'; from 1413;
rendezvous; Megiddon or Megiddo, a
place in Pal. :— Megiddo, Megiddon.

4024. bl1373 Migdowl, migdole'; or

bl373 Migdol, migdole'; prob. of Eg. or.;
Migdol, a place in Eg.:— Migdol, tower.

4025. bsCIM Magdty'el, mag-dee-ale'; from

4022 and 410; preciousness of God;
Magdiel, an Idumeean:— Magdiel.

4026. bl35'3 mlgdal, mig-dawl'; also (in plur.)

7lbl353 migdalah. mig-daw-law' ; from
1481 ; a tower (from its size or height) ;
by anal, a rostrum; flg. a (pyramidal) bed of flow-
ers: — castle, flower, pulpit, tower. Comp. the names

bi373 Migdol. See 4024.

lbl373 migdalab. See 4026.

4027. b8, - bl373 Mlgdal-'fll, mig-dal-ale' ; from

4026 and 410- tower of God; Mig-
dal-El, a place in Pal..— Migdal-ei.

4028. 1.rbl373 Mlgdal-Gad, migdal-gawd' ;

from 4026 and 1408; tower of For-
tune; Migdal-Gad, a place in Pal. :— Migdal-gad.

4029. 113,-bl373 MIgdal-'Eder, mig-dal'-ay'-

der; from 4026 and 5739; tcrwer of
a flock; Migdal-Sder, a place in Pal. : — Migdal-eder,
tower of the flock.

4030. 7131373 migdanah. mig-daw-naw' '; from

the same as 4022; preciousness, i.e. a
gem: — precious thing, present.

4031. 31373 Magowg, maw-gogue'; from 1463;

Magog, a son of Japheth; also a bar-
barous northern region: — Magog.

4032. ,11373 magowr, maw-gore'; or (Lam. 2 : 22)
11373 magiiwr, maw-goor 1 ; from 1481 in

the sense of fearing; a fright (obj. or
subj.):— fear, terror. Comp. 4036.

4033. 11373 magiiwr, maw-goor 1 ; or

1373 magnr, maw-goor'; from 1481 in the
sense of lodging; a temporary abode; by
extens. a permanent residence: — dwelling, pilgrimage,
where sojourn, be a stranger. Comp. 4032.

4034. 7111373 m e g6wrah, meg-o-raw'; fem. of

4032; affright— tear.

4035. 7111373 m e gikwrah, meg-oo-raw' ; fem. of

4032 or of 4033; a fright; also a gran-
ary: — barn, fear.

4036. 3,3573 11373 Magowr mlc-Cabtyb,

maw-gore' mis-saw-beeb' ;
from 4032 and 5439 with the prep, inserted; affright
from around; Magor-mis-Sabib, a symbol, name of
Pashur:— Magor-missabib.

4037. 711T373 magzerah, mag-zay-raw' ; from

1504; a cutting implement, i.e. a
blade:— axe.

4038. 3373 maggal. mag-gawl'; from an unused

root mean, to reap; a sickle: — sickle.

4039. 713373 m e glllah, Tmeg-il-laW ; from 1556;

a roll:— roll, volume.

4040. 7lb373 m e glllab (Chald.), meg-il-law'; cor-

resp. to 4039:— roll.

4041. 71723 73 m e gammah, meg-am-maw'; from

the same as 1571 ; prop, accumulation,
i.e. impulse or direction:— sup up.

4042. ,373 magan, maw-gan'; a denom. from

4043,,,,,,,, prop, to shield: encompass with;

flg. to rescue, to hand safely over (i.e. surrender):—

4043. ]372 magen, maw-gane'; also(in plur.) fem.

713373 m e glnnah, meg-in-naw'; from 1598:
a shield (i.e. the small one or buckler) ;
flg. a protector; also the scaly hide of the crocodile:—
X armed, buckler, defence, ruler, + scale, shield.

4044. 713373 m,glnnah, meg-in-naw'; from 4042;

a covering (in a bad sense), i.e. blind-
ness or obduracy:— sorrow. See also 4043.

4045. n13,373 mlg'ereth, mig-eh'-reth; from

1605; reproof {i.e. curse): — rebuke.

4046. 71B373 magg&phah, mag-gay-faw' '; from

5062; & pestilence; by anal, defeat: —
(X be) plague (-d), slaughter, stroke.

4047. T133', I E373 Magpiy'agh. mag-pee-awsh' ; ap-

par. from 1479 or 5062 and 6211; ex-
terminator of (the) moth; Magpiash, an Isr.:—

4048. 1353 magar, maw-gar 1 ; a prim, root; to

yield up; intens. to precipitate: — cast
down, terror.

4049. 1373 m e gar (Chald.), meg-ar'; corresp. to

4048; to overthrow:— destroy.

4050. 711373 in°gerah, meg-ay-raw'; from 1641;

a saw: — axe, saw.

4051. ,(11373 Mlgrown, mig-rone'; from 4048;

precipice; Migron,a place in Pal.:—

4052. 7151373 migra'ah, mig-raw-aw'; from

1689; a ledge or offset: — narrowed

4053. 71B1373 mlgrapbab, mig-raw-faw' ; from

1640; something thrown off (by the
spade), i.e. a clod:— clod.

4054. U51373 mlgrash, mig-rawsh'; also (in plur.)

fem. (Ezek. 27 : 28)

71UJ1373 mlgrashah, rnig-raw-shaw' ; from

1644; a suburb (i.e. open country

whither flocks are driven for pasture); hence the

areo around a building, or the margin of the sea:—

east out, suburb.

4055. 173 mad, mad; or

173 med, made; from 4058; prop, extent,

i.e. height; also a measure; by impl. a

vesture (as measured); also a carpet;— armour,

clothes, garment, judgment, measure, raiment,


4056. 713173 madbacb (Chald.), mad-bakh';

from 1684; a sacrificial altar:— altar.

4057. 13173 mldbar, mid-bawr'; from 1696 in the

sense of driving; a pasture (i.e. open
field, whither cattle are driven) ; by impl a desert;
also speech (including its organs):— desert, south,
speech, wilderness.

4058. 1173 madad, maw-dad'; a prim, root;

prop, to stretch; by impl. to measure (as
if by stretching a line); flg. to be extended;— measure,
mete, stretch self.

4059. 1173 mlddad, mid-dad'; from 5074;

flight:— he gone.

4060. 71173 mlddab, mid-daw 1 ; fem. oi 4055;

prop, extension, i.e. height ir breadth;
also a measure (including its standard); hence a
portion (as measured) or a uestmenf; spec, tribute
(as measured) :— garment, measure (ing, meieyard,
piece, size, (great) stature, tribute, wide.

4061. 71173 mlddab (Chald.), mid-daw'; or

711373 mlndab (Chald.), min-daw 1 ; cor-
resp. to 4060; tribute in money:— toU,

4062. 71371173 madhebah, mad-hay-bawf ;

perh. from the equiv. of 1722; gold-
making, i.e. exactress: — golden city.

4063. 1173 medev. meh'-dev; from an unused root

mean, to stretch; prop, extent, i.e. meas-
ure; by impl. a dress (as measured):— garment.

4064. 711173 madveh. mad-veh'; from 1788; sick-

ness: — disease.

4065. 7J1173 madduwach, mad-doo'-akh; from

5080; seduction:— cause of banishment.



6. ,|TTO madown maw-dohn' '; from 1777; a
contest or quarrel:— brawling, conten-
tion C-ous), discord, strife. Comp. 4079, 4090.

4067. pT3 madonn, maw-dohn'; from the

same as 4063; extensiveness, i.e.
height:— stature.

4068. ,|TTO Madown. maw-dohn'; the same as

4067; .Mddon, a place in Pal. :— Madon.

4069. 3,TTO madduwa,, mad-doo'-ah; or

3fTO madduat, mad-doo'-ah; from 4100
and the pass. part, of 3045; what (is)
known f ; Le. (by impl.) (adv.) why?:— bow, wherefore,

4070. ,YlTa m'dowr Chald.), med-ore'; or

,ITO m'dor (Chald.), med-ore'; or

,VTO m e dar (Chald.), med-awr'; from 1753;
a dwelling: — dwelling.

4071. FlTl'TO m e diiwrah, med-oo-raw'; or

!,I1,TO m e diirah, med-oo-raw 1 ; from 1752
in the sense of accumulation; a pile of
fuel:— pile (for Are).

4073. JltTTO mldcheh, mid-kheh'; from 1760;
overthrow: — ruin.

4073. flSH'TO m e dachphah, med-akh-faw';

from 1765; a push, i.e. ruin: — over-

4074. '''TO Maday, maw-dah'ee; of for. der. ; Ma-

dai, a country of central Asia: — Madai,

Medea, Media.

4075. ,H73 Maday, maw-dah'ee; patrial from

4074; a Madian or native of Madai:—

4076. ,,,VIZ Maday (Chald.), maw-dah'ee; corresp.

, to 4074:-Mede (-s).

4077. ,H72 Maday (Chald.), maie-doft'ee; corresp.

to 4075:— Median.

4078. ,,,HM madday, mad-dah'ee; from 4100 and

1767; what (is) enough, i.e. sufficiently :—

4079. y,V? mldyan, mid-yawn'; a var. for

4066:— brawling, contention (-ous).

4080. ,pTO Mldyan ,mid-yawn'; the same as

4079; Uidjan, a son of Abraham; also
his country and (collect.) his descend.:— Midian,

4081. 'p'TO MIddiyn, mid-deere'; a var. for 4080:—


4082. rWTO m e dlynan, med-ee-naw 1 ; from

! 1777; prop, a judgeship, i.e. jurisdic-
tion; by impl. a district (as ruled by a judge); gen. a
region:— ( X every) province.

4083. WTO m e diynah (Chald.), med-ee-naw';

' ' corresp. to 4082:— province.

4084. ,FTO Mldyaniy, mid-yaw,nee' ; patron.

' T : , or patrial from 4080; a Midjanite or
descend, (native) of Midjan:— Midianite. Comp. 4092.

4085. ITO 1 !?? m°d6b.ah, med-o-kaw'; from 1743;

a mortar: — mortar.

4086. TOTO MadmSn, mad-mane'; from the

same as 1828; dunghill; Madmen, a
place in 'Pal. -.—Madmen.

4087. iH313TO madmSnah, mad-may-naw';

fern, from the same as 1828; a dung-
hill:— dunghill.

4088. fI37_3TO Madmenah mad-may-naw'; the

same as 4087; Madmenah, a place in
Pal. :— Madmenah.

4089. JIMTO Madmannah, mad-man-naw'; a

var. for 4087; Madmannah, a place
in Fat.:— Madmannah.

4090. TTO m e dan, med-awn'; a form of 4066:—

discord, strife.

4091. ,|TO M,dan, med-awn'; the same as 4090;

Medan, a son of Abraham:— Medan.


,TO M e daniy, med-aw-nee'; a var. of
4084:— Midianite.

. S,I53 madda,, mad-daw 1 ; or

yy3 madda', mad-dah'; from 3045; intel-
ligence or consciousness:— knowledge,
science, thought.

yfl m6da.(. See 4129.
¥TO. madftat. See 4069.

4094. !T1]5'TO madqarah, mad-kaw-raw 1 ; from

1856; a wound: — piercing.
,VTO m e ddr. See; 4070.

4095. JTPlTO madregah, mad-ray-gaw' ; from

an unused root mean, to step; prop.
a step; by impl. a steep or inaccessible place:— stair,
steep place.

JTlTO m diiruh See 4071.

4096. ,,TTO mldrafc, mid-rawk'; from 1869; a

treading, i.e. a place for stepping
on:— [foot-] breadth.

4097. 12S,1TO mldrash, mid-rawsh'; from 1875;

prop, an investigation, i.e. (by impl.)
a treatise or elaborate compilation: — story.

4098. rTBjTO mMnshshah, med-oosh-shaw' ;

from 1758; a threshing, i.e. (concr.
and fig.) down-trodden people: — threshing.

4099. Sirro M e datha, med-aw-thaw'; of Pers.

or. ; Medatha, the father of Haman: —
Hammedatha [includ. the art.].

4100. !TO mail, maw; or Ii73 iriali, mah; or
,72 ma, mow; or -53 ma, mah; also

?TO meh, mel; a prim, particle; prop, in-
terrog. «j,iat ? (includ. how ? why ?
when f); but also exclam. what ! (includ. how!), or in-
def . what (includ. whatever, and even rel. that which) ;
often used with prefixes in various adv. or conj.
senses:— how (long, oft, [-soever]), [no-] thing, what
(end, good, purpose, thing), whereby (-fore, -in, -to,
-with), (for) why.



4101. !TO mah (Chald.), maw; corresp. to 4100:—

how great (mighty), that which, what
(-soever), why.

4102. !7|!TO mahahh, maw-hah'; appar. a de-

nom. from 4100; prop, to question or
hesitate, i.e. (by impl.) to be reluctant:— delay, linger,
stay selves, tarry.

4103. tTOIfTO m e huwmah, meh-hoo-maw' ;

from 1949; confusion or uproar:—
destruction, discomfiture, trouble, tumult, vexation,

4104. TOITTO UPhnwman, meh-fcoo-mawn'; of

Pers. or.; Mehuman, a eunuch of
Xerxes : — Mehum an.

4105. iMay™ M e hey$ab,el, meh-hay-tab-

ale'; from 3190 (augmented) and
410; bettered of God; Mehetabel, the name of an
Edomitish man and woman:— Mehetabeel, Mehetabel.

4106. T!TO matalyr, maw-here'; or

hSTO mahir, maw-here'; from 4116; quick;
hence skilful:— diligent, hasty, ready.

4107. 5STO mahal, maw-hal'; a prim, root; prop.

to cut down or reduce, i.e. by impl. to
adulterate:— mixed.

4108. TjbfTO mahlelt, mah-lake'; from 1980; a

walking (plur. collect.), i.e. access.-—
place to walk.

4109. ,ifctTO mahalak, mah-hal-awk' ; from

1980; a walk, i.e. a passage or a dis-
tance:— journey, walk.

4110. bbna mahalal, mah-haUawV ; from 1984;

fame:— praise.

4111. SN&brra Mah&lal'el, mah-hal-al-ale 1 ;

from 4110 and 410; praise of God;
Mahalalel, the name of an antediluvian patriarch
and of an Isr.: — Mahalaleel.

4112. JTO5FT73 mahalnmmah, mah-hal-oom-

maw 1 ; from 1986; a blow:— stripe,

4113. ITTOiTTO mahamorah, mah-ham-o-raW;

from an unused root of uncert.
mean. ; perh. an abyss: — deep pit.

4114. !TDE!TO mahpekah, mah-pay-kaw'; from

2015; a destruction:— when . . . over-
threw, overthrow (-n).

4115. rOSTTO mahpeketh, mah-peh'-keth;

from 2015; a wrench, i.e. the
stocks:— prison, stocks.

4116. ,17173 mahar, maw-har 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to be liquid or flow easily, i.e. (by
impL); to hurry (in a good or a bad sense); often
used (with another verb) adv. promptly:— be carried
headlong, fearful, (cause to make, in, make) haste
(-n, -ily, (be) hasty, (fetch, make ready) x quickly,
rash, x shortly, (be so) X soon, make speed,
X speedily, X straightway, X suddenly, swift.

4117. ,,liTO mahar, maw-har'; a prim, root (perh.

rather the same as 4116 through the
idea of readiness in assent): to bargain (for a wife),
i.e. to wed:— endow, x surely.

4118. ,,lfTO maker, mah-hare'; from 4116; prop.

hurrying; hence (adv.) in a hurry:—
hasteth, hastily, at once, quickly, soon, speedily,

1!TO mahir. See 4106.

4119. ,,irTO mahar, mo'-har; from 4117; a price

(for a wife):— dowry.

4120. niFTO m e herah, meh-hay-raw 1 ; fem. of

411S; prop, a hurry; hence (adv.)
promptly:— hastily, quickly, shortly, soon, make
(with) speed (-ily), swiftly.

4121. ,''HfTO Mah&ray, mah-har-ah'ee; from

4116; hasty; Maharai, an Isr. :— Maha-

4122. T3t Wn %113 ,rta Maher Shalal

Chash Baz, mah-
hare' shawAawl' khawsh baz; from 4118 and 7998
and 2363 and 957; hasting (is he [the enemy] to the)
booty, swift (to the) prey; Maher-Shalal-Chash-Bae;
the symbol, name of the son of Isaiah:— Maher-sha-

4123. !,15nlTO mahathallah, mah-hath-al-

x — -: —

law'; from 2048; a delusion:— de-

4124. 5NTO Mow'ab, mo-awb; from a prol. form

of the prep. pref. m- and 1; from (her
[the mother's]) father; Modb, an incestuous son of
Lot; also his territory and desc. : — Moab.

4125. ,'iNTO Mow'abiy, mo-aw-bee'; fem.

!,PSNi73 Mdw'abiyah, mo-au!-6ee-0a«i'i

ITSNTO Mdwabiyth, mo-aw-beeth' ; pat-
ron, from 4124; a Modbite or Moab-
itess, i.e. a desc. from Moab:— (woman) of Moab,
Moabite (-isb, -ss).

2NTO mow'l. See 4136.

4126. NSi73 m6wba», mo-baW; by transp. tor

3996; an entrance:— coming.

4127. 3TO nrawg, moog; a prim, root; to melt,

i.e. lit. (to soften, flow down, disappear),
or fig. (to fear, faint):— consume, dissolve, (be) faint
(-hearted), melt (away), make soft.

4128. ,ITO muwd, mood; a prim, root; to
shake:— measure.

4129. 3Hi?3 mdwda', mo-dah'; or rather

J,b moda«, mo-daw'; from 3045; an 00
quaintance:— kinswoman.

4130. riS'TTO mowda'ath, mo-dah'-ath; from
3045; acquaintance:— kindred.

4131 . C3TO m6wt, mote; a prim, root; to waver,

by impl. to slip, shake, fall:— be carried,
cast, be out of course, be fallen in decay, X exceed-
ingly, fall (-ing down), be (re-) moved, be ready
shake, slide, slip.

4132. £3TO m«wt, mote; from 4131; a wavering,

Le. fall; by impl. a pole (as shaking);
hence a yoke (as essentially a bent pole):— bar, be
moved, staff, yoke.




4133. !,!J3ia mowtiili mo-taw'; fern, of 4135;, a

pole; by impl. an ox-bow; hence a yoke
(either lit. or flg.):— bands, heavy, staves, yoke.

4134. ,,173 mnwk, mook; a prim, root; to become

thin, i.e. (flg.) be impoverished:— be
(waxen) poor (-er).

4135. 3173 mnwl, modi; a prim, root; to cut

short, i.e. curtail (spec, the prepuce, i.e.
to circumcise); by impl. to blunt; flg. to destroy:—
circumcise (-ing, selves), cut down (in pieces),
destroy, X must needs.

4136. 31)3 mnwl, mool; or

3173 mdwl (Deut. 1 rl), mole; or

3N173 mow'] (Neb, 18 : 38), moJe; or

353 mul (Num. 32 : 5), mooZ; from 4135; prop.

abrupt, i.e. a precipice; by impL the front;

used only adv. (with prep, pref.) opposite:— (over)

against, before, [fore-] front, from, [God-] ward,

toward, with.

4137. !Tj,,,,,,,,i73 Mowladab., mo-l»w-daw'; from

3305; birth; Moladah, a place in

4138. rnVi?3 mowledeth, mo-leh'-deth; from

3205; nativity (plur. birth-place); by
impl. lineage, native country; also offspring,
family :— begotten, born, issue, kindred, native (-ity).

4139. J13173 luuttlau. moo-law'; from 4135; cir-

cumcision: — circumcision.

4140. VVia OTowliyd, mo-leed'; from 3205;

genitor; Molid, an Isr.:— Molid.
B173 miiuiu. See 3971.
1373173° Mciwmiikan See 4462.

4141. 50173 imiwiab, moo-sawb'; from 5437; a

turn, i.e. circuit (of a building):— wind-
ing about.

4142. 1130173 muwcabbah, moo-sab-baw' ; or

SHS073 mucabbah, moo-sab-baw'; fern, of

4141 ; a reversal, i.e. the backside (of a

gem), fold (of a double-leaved door), transmutation

(of a name) :— being changed, inclosed, be set, turning.

4143. 10173 muwcad, moo-sawd'; from 3245; a

foundation:— foundation.

4144. 10173 mow,ad, mo-sawd'; from 3245; a

foundation: — foundation.

4145. ttlOia mmwcadata, moo-saw-daw'; fem.

of 4143; a foundation; flg. an
appointment:— foundation, grounded. Comp. 4328.

4146. tllOia mowcadah, mo-saw-daw'; or

fTlD73 mocadah mo-saw-daw'; fem. of
4144; a foundation:— foundation.

4147. IDia m6w£&r, mo-sare'; also (in plur.)

5110173 mowcerah, mo-say-raw'; or

t,I1073 n»6c e rab., mo-seraw'; from 3256;
prop, chastisement, i.e. (by impl.) a
halter; flg. restraint:— band, bond.

4148. 10173 mnwear, moo-sawr'; from 3256;

prop, chastisement; flg. reproof, warn-
ing or instruction; also restraint:— bond, chastening
([-eth]), chastisement, check, correction, discipline,
doctrine, instruction, rebuke.

4149. J110173 OTow,Srab., mo-say-raw'; or

1111073 OT6c e rdwtli, mo-ser-othe' ; fem. of

4147; correction or corrections; Mo-
serah or Moseroth, a place in the Desert:— Mosera,

4150. 15H73 moWed. mo-ade'; or

13,73 mo'ed mo-ade'; or (fem.)

ni3,1M mfiiirtadaJi (2 Chron. 8 : 13), tno-
aw-daw'; from 8259; prop, an appoint-
ment, i.e. a fixed time or season; spec, a festival;
conventionally a year; by implication, an assembly
(as convened for a definite purpose) ; technically the
congregation; by extension, the place of meeting;

also a signal (as appointed beforehand):— appointed
(sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congrega-
tion, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season,
solemn (-ity), synagogue, (set) time (appointed).

4151. 15173 mow'ad, mo-awd'; from 3259; prop,
an assembly [as in 4150] ; fig. a troop:—
appointed time.

4153. S113J173 mnw'adah, moo-aw-daw 1 ; from
3259; an appointed place, i.e.
asylum:— appointed.

4153. !,I,73,173 Mow-adyah. mo-ad-yaw'; from

4151 and 3050; assembly of Jah;
Moddjah, an Isr. :— Moadiah. Comp. 4573.

4154. rYlSTO miiw'edetb, moo-ay'-deth; fem.

pass. part, of 4571; prop, made to
slip, i.e. dislocated:— out of joint.

4155. E|3,!73 niuw'aph, moo-awf; from 5774;

prop, covered, i.e. dark; abstr. obscu-
rity, i.e. distress:— dimness.

4156. !,I2U,173 mowcStsab., mo-ay-tsaw 1 ; from

3289; a purpose:— counsel, device.

4157. •TJW173 muw'aqah, moo-aw-kaw'; from

5781; pressure, i.e. (flg.) distress:—

4158. n?B173° Blowpha'ath (Jer. 48 : 21), mo-

fah'-ath; or
nyS,M in@ypb.aatb.. may-fah'-ath; or

rWS73 m@phaath, may-fah'-ath: from 3313;
illuminative; Mophaath or Mephaath,
a place in Pal.:— Mephaath.

4159. 113173 mowph,th, mo-faith'; or

11873 mophetb., mo-faith'; from 3302 in
the sense of conspicuousness; a mir-
acle; by impl. a token or omen:— miracle, sign,
wonder (-ed at).

4160. V173 muwts, moots; a prim, root; to press,

i.e. (flg.) to oppress:— extortioner.

4161. NS173 ni6wts:i'. mo-tsaw'; or

I81E73 motsa', mo-tsaw'; from 3318; a going
forth, i.e. (the act) an egress, or (the
place) an exit; hence a source or product; spec.
dawn, the rising of the sun (the East), exportation,
utterance, a gate, & fountain, a mine, a meadow (as
producing grass):— brought out, bud, that which
came out, east, going forth, goings out, that which
(thing that) is gone out, outgoing, proceeded out,
spring, vein, [water-] course [springs].

4162. NS173 mowtsa', mo-tsaw 1 ; the same as

4161; Motsa, the name of two Isr.:—

4163. ft!S3£173 mowtsa'ah, mo-tsaw-aw 1 ; fem.

of 4161; a family descent; also a
setoer [marg.; comp. 6675]:— draught house; going

4164. pl£173 muwtsaq, moo-tsak 1 ; or

9X173 miiwtsaq, moo-tsawk'; from 3332;
narrowness; flg. distress:— anguish, is
straitened, straitness.

4165. yS.'Va muwtsaq, moo-tsawk'; from 5694;

prop, fusion, i.e. lit. a casting (of
metal); flg. amass (of clay):— casting, hardness.

4166. !lp3£173 muwtsaqah, moo-tsaw-kaw' ; or

np5S73 nratsaqah. moo-tsaw-kaw'; from
3332; prop, something poured out, i.e.
a casting (of metal); by impl. a tube (as cast):—
when it was cast, pipe.

4167. pl)3 muwq, mook; a prim, root; to jeer,

i.e. (intens.) blaspheme:— be corrupt.

4168. ,Ipl'3 mowqSd, mo-kade'; from 3344; a

fire or fuel; abstr. a conflagration: —
burning, hearth.

4169. !,np173° m6-wq e dali, mo-ked-aw 1 ; fem. of

4168; fuel:— burning.

4170. ttJplH niowqesh mo-kashe'; or

125p73 luoiiesli. mo-kashe'; from 3369; a
noose (for catching animals) (lit. or

flg-); by impl. a hook (for the nose):— be ensnared,
gin, (is) snare (-d), trap.

4171. 1173 uniwr. moor; a prim, root; to alter;

by impl. to barter, to dispose of; — X at
all, (ex-) change, remove.

4172. N1173 mowra', mo-raw'; or

Nia mora', mo-raw 1 ; or

Fllia morah (Psa. 9 : 20), mo-raw'; from
3372; fear; by impl. a fearful thing or
deed:— dread, (that ought to be) fear (-ed), terrible-
ness, terror.

4173. 51173 mowrag, mo-rag'; or

3173 morag, mo-rag'; from an unused root
mean, to triturate; a threshing sledge:—
threshing instrument.

4174. 11173 mowrad, mo-rawd'; from 3381; a

descent; arch, an ornamental append-
age, perh. a festoon:— going down, steep place, thin

4175. FI1173 mowrch, mo,reh'; from 3384; an

archer; also teacher or teaching; also
the early rain [see 3138] :— (early) rain.

4176. ?,!1173 Mowreb., mo-reh'; or

!,H73 Moreh., mo-reh'; the same as 4175;
Moreh, a Canaanite; also a hill (perh.
named from him):— Moreh.

4177. tlllB mowrah, mo-raw'; from 4171 in the

sense of shearing; a razor: — razor.

4178. £31173 mdwraf, mo-rawt'; from 3399; ob-

stinate, i.e. independent:— peeled.

4179. !,P1173 Mowriyah, mo-ree-yaw'; or

t,Fl73 Mdriyah., mo-ree-yaw'; from 7200
and 3050; seen of Jah; Morijah, a hill
in Pal.:— Moriah.

4180. 1251173 mowrash, mo-rawsh'; from 3423; a

possession; flg. delight: — possession,

4181. SllHIia mowraahah, mo-raw-shaw 1 ;

fem. of 4180; a, possession: — heritage,
inheritance, possession.

4182. na nUJ11)3 Mowresheth Oath, mo-

reh'-sheth gath; from 3423 and
1661 ; possession of Gath; Moresheth-Qath, a place in
Pal. :— Moresheth-gath.

4183. ■ , rni51173 Morashtiy, mo-rash-tee'; patrial

from 4182; a Morashtite or inhab.
of Moresheth-Gatb:— Morashthite.

4184. 113173 muwsb., moosh; a prim, root; to

touch:— feel, handle.

4185. TB173 miiwsb., moosh; a prim, root [perh.

rather the same as 4184 through the idea
of receding by contact, ; to withdraw (both lit. and
flg., whether intrans. or trans.):— cease, depart, go
back, remove, take away.

4186. 3U3173 mowshab, mo-shawb'; or

5U373 moshab, mo-shawb'; from 3427; a
seat; fig. a site; abstr. a session; by
extension an abode (the place or the time); by impl.
population:— assembly, dwell in, dwelling (-place),
wherein (that) dwelt (in), inhabited place, seat, sit-
ting, situation, sojourning.

4187. 1113173 Muwshly, moo-shee'; or

,UJH, mush-shee'; from 4184;
sensitive; Mushi, a Levite: — Mushi.

4188. IBia Muwshly, moo-shee'; patron, from

4187; a Mushite (collect.) or dese. of
Mushi:— Mushites.

4189. nOiai73 mowsh'kah, mo-shek-aw 1 ; act

part. fem. of 49O0; something drouj-
ing, i.e. (fig.) a cord:— band.

4190. !,iyiD153 mowshatah, mo-shaw-aw'; from

3467; deliverance: — salvation.

4191. ma muwth, mooth; a prim, root; to die

(lit. or flg.); causat. to kill:— x at all,
X crying, (be) dead (body, man, one), (put to, worthy
of) death, destroy (-er), (cause to, be like to, must)
die, kill, necro [-mancer], X must needs, slay,
x surely, X very suddenly, x in [no] wise.



4192. ma niuwth (Psa. 48 : 14), mooth; or

Igib nTO Mrawtb lab-b&u. mooth lab-
bane'; from 4191 and 1121 with the
prep, and art. interposed; ,To die for the son,,
prob. the title of a popular song:— death, Muth-

4193. niB mowtli (Ohald.), mohth; corresp. to

4194; death:— death.

4194. DIM ni live til, maw'-veth; from 4191 ; death

(nat. or violent); eonor. the dead, their
place or state (hades); tig. pestilence, ruin: — (be)
dead ([-ly]), death, die (-d).

]zb n,IB JHnwtb'lab-ben. See 4192.

4195. Tlia mowtbar, mo-thar'; from 8498; lit.

gain; fig. superiority:— plenteousness,
preeminence, profit.

4196. napp mizbeacb, miz-bay'-akh; from 2076;

an altar: — altar.

4197. ATB mezeg, meh'-zeg; from an unused root

mean, to mingle (water with wine); tem-
pered wine:— liquor.

4198. !,STB mazeh, maw-zeh'; from an unused

root mean, to suck out; exhausted:—

4199. 5,tt73 Mlzzab, miz-zaw'; prob. from an un-

used root mean, to faint with fear;
terror; Mizzah, an Edomite:— Mizzah.

4300. 1p? mezev, meh'-zev; prob. from an unused

root mean, to gather to; a granary: —

4301. JlPlTB m'zuwzah, mez-oo-zaw 1 '; or

tTPOS m e ziizab, mez-oo-siato'; from the
same as 2123; a door-post (as promi-
nent): — (door, side) post.

4203. pTB mazfiwn, maw-zone'; from 2109;

food:— meat, victual.
4303. ,pTB mazowii CChald.), matu-zone'; cor-
resp. to 4202:— meat.

4204. TlTB mazowr, maw-zore'; from 2114 in

the sense of turning aside from truth ;
treachery, i.e. a plot:— wound.

4305. TiTB mazowr, maw-zore'; or

,,ITO mazor, mato-zore'; from 2115 in the
sense of binding up; a bandage, i.e.
remedy; hence a sore (as needing a compress): —
bound up, wound.

fITTB m e znzab. See 4201.

4306. H,pa maziyacb, maw-zee'-akh; or

HTM mSzach, may-zakh'; from 2118; a bejf
(as movable):— girdle, strength.

4307. ihTa mazleir, maz-layg'; or (fem.)

JTtbTB mizlagab, miz-law-gaw' ; from
' ' an unused root mean, to draw up; a
fork:— fleshhook.

4308. Flb-TO mazzalah, maz-zaw-law' ; appar.

from 5140 in the sense of raining; a
constellation, i.e. Zodiacal sign (perh. as affecting
the weather):— planet. Comp. 4216.

4309. STBTn m,lmmah, me«-im-maw'; from

2161; a pton, usually evil (machina-
tion), sometimes good (sagacity) :— (wicked) device,
discretion, Intent, witty invention, lewdness, mis-
chievous (device), thought, wickedly.

4310. ,VlBTa mtzmfiwr, miz-more 1 ; from 2167;

prop, instrumental music; by impl. a
poem set to notes:— psalm.

4311. iT-TOTM mazme'rali, maz-may-raw 1 ; from

2168; a pruning-knife:— pruning-

4212. fTtHp? m e zamm e rji.b, mez-am-mer-aw';

from 2168; a tweezer (only in the
plur.) :— snuff era.

4213. ,WB ruiz'ar, mtz-awr'; from the same as

2191; fewness; by impl. as superl.
dimiwutiveness:— few, X very.
1773 mazor. See 4205.

4314. FtlTQ mlzreb, miz-reh'; from 2219; a win-
nowing shovel (aa scattering the
chaff):— fan.

4215. iTITU m e zareb, mez-aw-reh'; appar. from

2219; prop, a scatterer, i.e. the north
wind (as dispersing clouds, only in plur.):— north.

4216. ST1-TB mazzarah, maz-zaw-raW '; appar.

from 6144 in the sense of distinction;
some noted constellation (only in the plur.), perh.
collect, the zodiac: — Mazzoroth. Comp. 4208.

4217. PHJP mlzracb, miz-rawkh'; from 2224;

sunrise, i.e. the east: — east (side,
-ward), (sun-) rising (of the sun).

4218. S,TB mlzra ( , miz-raw'; from 2232; a plant-

ed field:— thing sown.
4319. jJ'I'pa niizraq, miz-rawk'; from 2286; a

bowl (as If for sprinkling):— bason,

4220. fta mea,li may'-akh; from 4229 in the

sense of greasing; fat; fig. rich:— failing

4221. tlB moach, mo'-akh; from the same as

4220; fat, i.e. marrow: — marrow.
4322. (XTOZ macha', mawkhaw'; a prim, root;
to rub or strike the hands together (in
exultation):— clap.

4233. NH73 m e «?h&' (Chald.), mekh-aw'; corresp.
to 4222; to strike in pieces; also to
arrest; spec, to impale:— hang, smite, stay.

4224. Nana macbabe', makh-ab-ay'; or

Nana macb&bd', makh-ab-o'; from 2244;
a refuge:— hiding (lurking) place.

4225. n,iana maclibereth, makh-beh'-reth;

from 2266; a junction, i.e. seam or
sewed piece: — coupling.

4226. JTiana m e cbabb e rab, mekh-ab-ber-aw' ;

from 2266; a joiner, i.e. brace or
cramp: — coupling, joining.

4237. nana macb&batb, makh-ab-ath' ; from

the same as 2281;- a pan for baking
in:— pan.

4238. n'lina macb&gdretb, makh-ag-o'-reth;

from 2296; a girdle:— girding.

4229. ttna machah, maw-khaw 1 ; a prim, root;

prop, to stroke or rub; by Impl. to
erase; also to smooth (as If with oil), i.e. grease or
make fat; also to touch, i.e. reach to: — abolish, blot
out, destroy, full of marrow, put out, reach unto,
X utterly, wipe (away, oat).

4230. fWina m e cbiiwgab, mekh-oo-gaW;

from 2328; an instrument for mark-
ing a circle, ie. compasses: — compass.

4231. Tina macbowz, maw-khoze'; from an

unused root mean, to enclose; a harbor
(as shut in by the shore):— haven.
4233. bSPItTO nfcbuwya'el, mekh-oo-yaw-ale' ;
bSP'riB M e ebiyya,el, mekh-ee-yaw-ale' ;
from 4229 and 410; smitten of Sod;
Mechujael or Mechijael, an antediluvian patriarch: —

4233. ft'nna OTacbaviym, makh-av-eem'; ap-

par. a patrial, but from an unknown
place (in the plur. only for a sing.); a Machamte or
inhab. of some place named Machaveh:— Mahavite.

4234. Virra machowl, maw-khole'; from 2342;

a (round) dance: — dance (-clng).

4235. Vina Macbowl, maw-khole' ; the same as

4234; dancing; Machol, an Isr.:— Ma-

J-fcina m e cbdwlab. See 65, 4246.

4336. tlTOa macb&zeb, makh-az-eh'; from 2872;
a vision: — vision.

4237. ilTfia mecbezab, mekh-ez-aw,; from 2372;

a window:— light.

4238. rTTS,JTlB JJIacbaziy'owtb, makh-az-ee-

oth'; fem. plur. from 2372; visions;
Machazioth, an Isr.: — M ah azi oth.

4239. TIB m e cbly, mekh-ee'; from 4229; a stroke,

i.e. battering-ram, — engines.

4240. fcHTra lff e cliiydi»', mekh-ee-daw 1 ; from

2380; junction; Mechida, one of the
Netbinim :— Mehida.

4241. {,TITO mlebyab, mikh-yaw 1 ; from 2421;

preservation of life; hence suste-

nance; also the live flesh, i.e. the quick:— preserve life,
quick, recover selves, reviving, sustenance, victuals.
bSTYlB OT e cbiyya»6l. See 4282.

4242. ,VOB m e cbiyr, mekh-eer 1 ; from an un-

used root mean, to buy; price, pay-
ment, wages:— gain, hire, price, sold, worth.

4243. TTlB UI e cbiyr, mekh-eer 1 ; the same as

4242; price; Mechir, an Isr. :— Mehir.

4244. tlbtia Machlah, mdkh-law'; from 2470;

sickness; Machlah, the name appar. of
two Israelitesses:— Mahlah.

4245. Slbna maeb&leb, makh-al-eh'; or (fem.)

Fnna macb&lab, makk-al-aw 1 ; from
2470; sickness:— disease, infirmity,

4246. nbha m e cbowlab, mekh-o-law'; fem. of

4234; a dance;— company, dances

4247. Slbria m e chlllah, mekh-il-laW; from

2490; a cavern (as if excavated):—

4248. ,pbriB OTachlown, makh-lone'; from

2470; sick; Machlon, an Isr.:— Mahloa

4249. ibfia Iffachliy, mdkh-lee'; from 2470; sick;

Machli, the name of two Isr. :— Mahli.

4250. vflB Macbliy, mdkh-lee'; patron, from

4249; a Machlite or (collect.) desc. of
Machli :— Mahlites.

4251. ,btlB maeblay, mafch-loo'ee; from 2470;

a disease: — disease.

4252. Elbna macbalapb, makh-al-awf; from

2498; a (sacrificial) knife (as gliding
through the flesh):— knife.

4253. Jtsbna macblapbab, makh-law-faw' ;

from 2498; a ringlet of hair (as glid-
ing over each other) :— lock.

4254. FlXbrjB macb&latsab, makh-aVaw-

tsaw'; from 2502; a mantle (as
easily drawn off): — changeable suit of apparel,
change of raiment.

4255. Jljjbrra macbUqab (Chald.), makh-lek-

aw 1 ; corresp. to 4256; a section (of
the Levites):— course.

4256. njj,na macb&ldqetb, makhrol-o'-keth;

from 2505; a section (of Levites, peo-
ple or soldiers):— company, course, division, portion.
See also 5555.

4257. nbna macb&latb, mafch-ol-ath'; from

2470; sickness; Machalath, prob. the
title (initial word) of a popular song:— Mahalath.

4258. nbna machalatb, makh-al-ath' ; the

same as 4257; sickness; Machalath,
the name of an Ishmaelitess and of an Israelitess:—

4259. ,'nbha ]Ii: e cb6latbiy, mekh-o-lawlhee';

patrial from 65; a Mecholathite or
Inhab. of Abel-Mecholah:— Mecholathite.

4260. l,IXBnB macbama'ab, makh-am-aw-

aw'; a denom. from 2529; something
buttery (I.e. unctuous and pleasant), as (fig.) flat-
tery:— X than butter.

4261. lana macbmad, makh-mawd'; from

2530; delightful; hence a delight, i.e.
object of affection or desire:— beloved, desire, goodly,
lovely, pleasant (thing).

4262. lana macbmad, makh-mood'; or

,VIBTTB macbmuwd, makh-mood'; from
2580; desired; hence a valuable:—
pleasant thing.

4263. bana macbmal, makh-mawl'; from 2550;

prop, sympathy; (by paronomasia with
4261) delight:— pitieth.

4264. Flina macbaneb, makh-an-eh'; from

2583; an encampment (of travellers or
troops); hence an army, whether lit. (of soldiers) or
fig. (of dancers, angels, cattle, locusts, stars; or even
the sacred courts):— army, band, battle, camp, com-
pany, drove, host, tents.

4265. 'J'jTttfJB OTachaneh-Dan, makh-an-ay'.

dawn; from 4264 and 1835; camp
of Dan; Machaneh-Dan, a place in Pal. ;— Mahaneh-




4266. D?3nH Macb&naylm, makh-an-ah'-yim;

dual of 4264; double camp; Machan-
ajim, a place in Pal. :— Mahanaim.

4267. pirn machanaq, makh-an-ak' ; from

2614; choking:— strangling.
8. SlOtTO macbaceb, makh-as-eh' ; or

JlpfTO macbceb, makh-seh'; from 2620;
a shelter (lit. or flg.):— hope, (place of)
refuge, shelter, trust.

4269. DlOrra macbcowm, makh-sohm'; from

2629; a muzzle:— bridle.

4270. TiDTTO machcowr, makh-sore'; or

,,©TO macbcor, makh-sore'; from 2637;
deficiency; hence impoverishment:—
lack, need, penury, poor, poverty, want.

4271. FPDTTO Macbcfeyab, makh-say-yaw' ;

T , ' from 4268 and 3050; refuge of (i.e. in)
Jah; Machsejah, an Isr. :— Maaseiah.

4272. VTTO macbats, maw-khats'; a prim, root;

to dash asunder; by impl. to crush,
emash'or violently plunge; fig. to subdue or destroy:—
dip, pierce (through), smite (through), strike through,

4273. VTTI2 macbats, makh'-ats; from 4272; a

contusion; — stroke.

4274. 33£fl72 macbtseb, makh-tsabe'; from 2672;

prop, a hewing; concr. a quarry: —
hewed (-n).

4275. flltrTO mecbStsab, mekh-ets-aw' ; from

2673; a. halving: — half.

4276. rPlifTO macbatsiytb, makh-ats-eeth' ;

from 2673 ; a halving or the middle:—
half (so much), mid [-day].

4277. pJTO macbaq, maw-khak'; a prim, root; to

crush: — smite off.

4278. ,IJ5t,D2 mecbqar, mekh-kawr 1 ; from 2713;

prop, scrutinized, i.e. (by impl.) a re-
cess: — deep place.

4279. ,irro macbar, maw-khar'; prob. from 309;

prop, deferred, i.e. the morrow; usually
(adv.) tomorrow; indef . hereafter:— time to come, to-

4280. rWltp? macbara'ab, makh-ar-aw-aw' ;

from the same as 2716; a sink:—
draught house.

4281. !TI23'lIl'3 maebaresbab, makh-ar-ay-

shaw'; from 2790; prob. a pwk-
are:— mattock.

4282. niB'HfTO macb&resbetb, makh-ar-eh'-

sheth; from 2790; prob. a hoe:—

4283. n,in72 mochdratb, mokh-or-awth' ; or

tr. T ■ ■

tjn'in,J mocbdratbam (1 Sam. 30 : 17),
mokh-or-aw-thawm' ; fern, from the
same as 4279; the morrow or (adv.) tomorrow: —
morrow, next day.

4284. !,DUJrra Jmachasbabab, makh-ash-aw-

baw' ; or
DTilinB macb&gbebetb, makh-ash-eh'-
beth; from 2803; a contrivance, i.e.
(concr.) a texture, machine, or (abstr.) intention,
plan (whether bad, a, plot; or good, advice): — cunning
(work), curious work, device (-sed), imagination, in-
vented, means, purpose, thought.

4285. TtBtTO macbsbak, makh-shawk'; from

2821 ; darkness; concr. a darkplace:—
dark (-ness, place).

4286. C|ian?3 macbsopb, makh-sofe'; from 2834;

a peeling:— made appear.

4287. nfi52 Macbatb, makh'-ath; prob. from

4229 ; erasure; Machath, the name of
two Isr.:— Mahath.

4288. flFina mfieblttalt, mekh-it-taw; from 2846;

prop, a dissolution; concr. a ruin, or
(abstr.) consternation:— destruction, dismaying,
ruin, terror.

4289. InriHU macbtab, makh-taw'; the same as

T : 4288 in the sense of removal; a pan
for live coals:— censer, firepan, snuffdish.

4290. n,intTO macbteretb, makh-teh'-reth;

from 2864; a burglary; flg. unex-
pected examination: — breaking up, secret search.

4291. NH73 m e ta, (Chald.), met-aW; or

fIU73 m e tab (Chald.), met-aw'; appar. cor-
resp. to 4672 in the intrans. sense of
being found present; to arrive, extend or happen: —
come, reach.

4292. Nl2Nl373 mat'at£', mat-at-ay'; appar. a

denom. from 2916; a broom (as re-
moving dirt [comp. Engl, ,to dust,, i.e. remove
dust]) :— besom.

4293. ratM matbeacb, mat-bay'-akh; from

2873; slaughter:— slaughter.

4294. !lp73 ma«eli, mat-teh'; or (fem.)

f,!H73 ma;tah, mat-taw 1 ; from 5186; a

branch (as extending); fig. a tribe; also

a rod, whether for chastising (flg. correction), ruling

(a sceptre), throwing (a lance), or walking (a staff;

flg. a support of life, e.g. bread):— rod, staff, tribe.

4295. 71B73 mattab, mat'-taw; from 5786 with

directive enclitic appended; downward,
below or beneath; often adv. with or without pre-
fixes:— beneath, down (-ward), less, very low, under

4296. map mlitali, mit-taw'; from 5186; a bed

(as extended) for sleeping or eating; by
anal, a sofa, litter or bier:— bed ([-chamber]), bier.

4297. FiaM mutfeb, moot-teh'; from 5186; a

stretching, i.e. distortion (flg. ini-
quity) :— perverseness.

4298. !,iE73 mattab, moot-taw'; from 5186; ex-

pansion:— stretching out.

4299. 7T1l373 majveb, mat-veh'; from 2901; some-

thing spun:— spun.

4300. b,EM m e tiyl, met-eel'; from 2904 in the

sense of hammering out; an iron bar
(as forged):— bar.

4301. ,|i73U73 matmown, mat-mone'; or

yi2072 mat mon, mat-mone 1 ; or
173U72 matamiiii, mat-moon'; from 2934; a
secret storehouse; hence a secreted

valuable (buried); geE. money:— hidden riches, (hid)

treasure (-s).

4302. y£37? matta.', mat-taw'; from 5193; some-

thing planted, i.e. the place (a garden
or vineyard), or the thing (a plant, fig. of men); by
impl. the act, planting:— plant (-ation, -ing).

4303. D7U72 inat'aiii mat-am'; or (fem.)

rTHJ'tM mat'ammab, mat-am-maw';

from 2938; a delicacy.— dainty
(meat), savoury meat.

4304. nngp'p niitpachatb, mit-pakh'-ath;

from 2946; a wide cloak (for a
woman): — vail, wimple,

4305. ,,lD73 mafar, maw-tar'; a prim, root; to

rain.— (cause to) rain (upon).

4306. 1E373 malar, maw-tawr'; from 4305; rain:—


4307. N1I273 mattara', mat-taw-raw'; or

rfnEM mattarah, mat-taw-raw'; from
5201; a jail (as a guard-house); also
an aim (as being closely watched):— mark, prison.

4308. ,Tn£?7? OTatred, mat-rode'; from 2956;

propulsive; Matred, an Edomitess:—

4309. ■',liJg Matriy, mat-ree'; from 4305; rainy;

Matri, an Isr.:— Matri.

4310. ''TO mty, me; an interrog. pron. of persons,

as 4100 is of things, who? (occasionally, by
a peculiar idiom, of things); also (indef .) whoever;
often used in oblique construction with pref. or
suff.:— any (man), X he, X him, + O that! what,
which, who (-m, -se, -soever), + would to God.

4311. NiT'73 Meyd e ba», may-deb-aw'; from

T : 4325 and 1679; water of quiet;
Medeba, a place in Pal. :— Medeba.

4312. ,TT 1 73 Meydad, may-dawd'; from 3032 in

the sense of loving; affectionate; lie-
dad, an Isr.:— Medad.

4313. ,Pp,TIt ,tZ Mey bay-Yarq6wn, may

hah,ee-yar-kone' ; from 4325 and
3420 with the art. interposed ; water of the yellowness;
Me-haj-Jarkon, a place in Pal. :— Me-jarkon.

4314. 3tiTf ''M Mey Zabab, may zaw-hawV;

from 4325 and 2091, water of gold;
Me-Zahab, an Edomite:— Mezahab.

4315. iCJ,Ta meytab, may-tawb'; from 8190; the

best part:— best.

4316. SO,a Miyka', mee-kaw'; a var. for 4318;

Mica, the name of two Isr.:— Micha.

4317. 5N5, , 73 Mlyka'el, me-kaw-ale'; from 4310

and (the pref. der. from) 3588 and 410;
who (is) like God?; Mikael, the name of an archangel
and of nine Isr. '.—Michael.

4318. ilp 11 ?? Miykab, mee-kaw 1 ; an abbrev. of

4320; Micah, the name of seven Isr.:—
Micah, Micaiah, Michah.

4319. ,l!-!3T0» Miykabuw, me-kaw'-hoo; a

contr. for 4321; Mikehu, an Isr. pro.
phet:— Micaiah (2 Chron. 18 : 8).

4320. fTtP?? Miykayah, me-kaw-yaw'; from

4310 and (the pref. der. from) 8588 and
3050; who (is) like Jah?; Micajah, the name of two
Isr. : — Micah, Michaiah. Comp. 4318.

4321. 1!T]3 , 7; Miybay«buw, me-kaw-yehrhoo';

1!,P3Q Mlkay e buw (Jer. 36 : 11), me-
kaw-yeh-hoo' ; abbrev. for 4322; Mika-
jah, the name of three Isr.:— Micah, Micaiah,

4322. 1!,P3173 Miykayabuw, me-kaw-yaw 1 -hoo;

for 4320; Mikajah, the name of an.
Isr. and an Israelitess:— Michaiah.

4323. b,p miykal, me-kawl'; from 3201; prop.

a container, i.e. a streamlet: — brook.

4324. 53,73 Miykal, me-kawl'; appar. the same

as 4323; rivulet; Mikal, Saul's daugh-
ter:— Michal.

4325. U?73 mayim, mah'-yim; dual of a prttn.,,,,,,,, j&

noun (but used in a sing, sense); water ;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

flg. juice; by euphem. urine, semen: )- piss,, ,

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

4326. ,72,73 Miyamin, me-yaw-meem' ; a form

for 4509; Mijamin, the name of three
Isr. :— Miamin, Mijamin.

4327. ] 1 73 miyn, meen; from an unused root

mean, to portion out; a sort, i.e. species:—
kind. Comp. 4480.

4328. 7,nS?72° m e yuccadab, meh-yoos-saw-

daw'; prop. fem. pass. part, of 3245;
something founded, i.e. a foundation: — foundation.

4329. ,D,? meyciik, may-sawk 1 ; from 5526; a

portico (as covered):— covert.
n?B, , 73 OTSypba'atb. See 4158.

4330. V,12 miyts, meets; from 4160; pressure:—

churning, forcing, wringing.

4331. NUTO Meysba', may-shaw 1 ; from 4185;

departure; Mesha, a place in Arabia;
also an Isr. :— Mesha.

4332. bNlZra Ittlysba'el, mee-shaw-ale' '; from

4310 and 410 with the abbrev. insep.
rel. [see 834] interposed; who (is) what God (is)?;
Mishael, the name of three Isr.:— Mishael.

4333. bNlB, 1 )? Miysba'el (Chald.), mee-shaw-ale';

corresp. to 4332; Mishael, an Isr.:—

4334. ,liHJ' 1 73 miysbowr, mee-shore'; or

lidia miysbor, mee-shore'; from 3474; a
level, i.e. a plain (often used [with the
art. pref.] as a prop, name of certain districts); fig.
concord: also straightness, i.e. (fig.) justice (some-
times adv. justly):— equity, even place, plain, right
(-eously), (made) straight, uprightness.

4335. ,IZ,U Meysbak. may-shak'; borrowed

from 4336; Meshak, an Isr.:— Meshak.

4336. ,pfn Meysbak (Chald.), may-shak'; of

for. or. and doubtful signif.; Meshak,
the Bab. name of 4333:— Meshak.

4337. 5 , 'lB' 1 73 Mey»ba«, may-shah'; from 3467;

safety; Mesha, an Isr.: — Mesha.

4338. 5,TZJ -, 73) Meysba«, may-shaw'; a var. for

4337; safety; Mesha, a Moabite:—

. TUTU meysbar, may-shawr'; from 3474;
evenness, i.e. (flg,) prosperity or con-





cord; also straightness, i.e. (fig.) rectitude (only to
plur. with sing, sense; often adv.):— agreement,
aright, that are equal, equity, (things that are) right
(-eousiy, things), sweetly, upright (-ly, -ness).

4340. irpa mej tliar, may-thawr' ; from 8498; a

cord (of a tent) [comp. 3499] or the
ttring (of a bow):— cord, string.

4341. 138373 mak'ob, mak-obe'; sometimes

318373 mak'owb, mahobe'; also (fern.

Is,. 63 : 3)
!,S,liX373 mak'obah, mak-o-baw 1 ; from
3510; anguish, or (fig.) eviction:—
grief, pain, sorrow.

T5D73 niakbiyr, male-beer'; trans, part,
of 3527; plenty:— abundance.

3. 833373 Makbisna', mak-bay-naw 1 ; from
the same as 3528; knoll; Macbena, a
place to Pal. settled by him:— Machbenah.

4344. , , 3!,),373 lH.akban.u.ay, mak-ban-nah'ee;

patrial from 4343; a Macbannite or
native of Maobena:— Machbanai.

4345. 1:3373 makber, mak-bare'; from 3527 in

the sense of covering [comp. 3531]; a
prole;— grate.

4346. 1,373 makbar, mahbawr'; from 3527 in

the sense of covering; a cloth (as
netted [comp. 4845]):— thick cloth.

4347. H373 makkah, mak-kaw 1 ; or (masc.)

•1373. makkeh, mak-keh'; (plur. only) from
5221; a blow (In 2 Chron. 2 : 10, of the
flail); by impl. a wound; flg. carnage, also pesti-
lence:— beaten, blow, plague, slaughter, smote,
X sore, stripe, stroke, wound ([-ed]).

4348. 5TD73 mlkrah. mik-vaw'; from 3554; a

burn:— that burneth, burning.

4349. ,|i373 makown, maw-kone'; from 3559;

prop, a fixture, i.e. a basis; gen. a
place, esp. as an abode:— foundation, habitation,
(dwelling-, settled) place.

4350. !,IJ,D,a m'kowiiah mek-o-naw'; or

FU373 m e koiiali mek-o-naw'; fern, of 4849;
& pedestal, also a spot: — base.

4351. i, - 1!373 m e kuwrah, mek-oo-raw'; or

711373 m'korah, mek-o-raw 1 ; from the
same as 8564 to the sense of digging;
origin (as If a mine):— birth, habitation, nativity.

4352. ,WS Ittakty, maw-kee'; prob. from 4134;

pining; Maki, an Isr.:— Machi.

4353. I'OTS Maktyr, maw-keer'; from 4876; sales-

man; Makir, an Isr.:— Machir.

4354. ,,Y,SQ Iflakiyrty, maw-kee-ree' ; patron.

from 4853; a Hakirite or descend, of
Makir:— of Machir.

4355. TI373 makak, maw-kaW; a prim, root; to

tumble (to ruins); flg. to perish:— be
brought low, decay.

4356. ,18,373 mikla'ah, mik-law-aw'; or

7T3D13 miklah, mik-law'; from 3607; a pen
, ' ' (for flocks):— ([sheep-]) fold. Comp.

4357. ribSTp miklab, mik-law'; from 8616; com-

T : ' pletion (in plur. concr. adv. wholly):—
perfect. Comp. 4356.

4358. bib?)? mlklowl, mikJole'; from 86S4;

perfection (i.e. concr. adv. splen-
didly):— most gorgeously, all sorts.

4359. bb373 mlklal, mik-lawl'; from 3634; per-

fection (of beauty) :— perfection.

4360. bbiaa liilklul, mik-lool'; from 3684; some-

thing perfect, i.e. a splendid garment: —
all sorts.

4361. nbiS73 makkoleth, mak-ko'-leth; from

398; nourishment;— food.

4362. 173373 mlkman, mik-man'; from the same

as 3646 to the sense of hiding; treasure
(as hidden,):— treasure.

4363. DM372 Iffikmac (Ezra 2 : 27; Keh. 7 : 81),

mik-maws'; or
,1573372 Tffikmash, mik-mawsh'; or

12)73373 Ifflkinash (Keh. 11 : 31), mik-mash';
from 3647; hidden; Mikmas or Mik-
mash, a place in Pal.: — Mi kmas , Mikmash.

4364. 173373 luakmar mak-mawr 1 ; or

173373 mlkmor, mik-more'; from 8648 to
the sense of blackening by heat; a
(hunter's) net (as dark from concealment):— net.

4365. 1,1173373 mlkmereth, mifc-roeh'-reffc; or

■,1173373 mlkmdreth, mik-mo'-reth; fern.

of 4364; a (fisher's) net;— drag, net.
11373373 Mikmash. See 4363.

4366. rn73373 Mlkm e thath, mik-meth-awth' ;
appar. from an unused root mean.

to hide; concealment; Mikmethath, a place to Pal.:—

4367. , l 5,!3373 Ittaknadbay, mak-nad-bah'ee:
from 4100 and 5068 with a particle

interposed; what (is) like (a) liberal (man)?; Mak-
nadbai, an Isr. :— Machnadebai.

S-13373 mekonah. See 4850.

713353 OT 6 konah, mek-o-naw'; the same as
t :

4350; a base; Mekonah, a place in
Pal. :— Mekonah.

4369. !,!3373 111' feu mill mek-oo-naw'; the same

as 4350; a spot:— base.

4370. 33373 mlkiiac, mik-nawce'; from 3647 in

the sense of hiding; (only in dual)
drawers (from concealing the private parts):— bree-

4371. 3373, meh'-kes; prob. from an un-

used root mean, to enumerate; an
assessment (as based upoa a census) :— tribute.

4372. 713373 mlkceb, mik-seh'; from 8680; a

covering, Le. weather-boarding;—

4373. 7,13373 inikcah, mik-saw'; fern, of 4371; an

enumeration; by impl. a valuation:—
number, worth.

4374. H3373 m e kacceh, mek-as-seh'; from 3680;

a covering, i.e. garment; spec, a
coverlet (for a bed), an awning (from the sun); also
the omentum (as covering the intestines):— clothing,
to cover, that which covereth.

4375. 713,3373 Makpelah, mak-pay-law' ; from

8717; a fold; Makpelah, a place in
Pal. :— Machpelah.

4376. 1373 makar, maw-kar'; a prim, root; to

sell, lit. (as merchandise, a daughter in
marriage, Into slavery), or flg. (to surrender): — X at
all, sell (away, -er, self).

4377. 1373 meker, meh'-ker; from 4376; merchan-

dise; also value:— pay, price, ware.

4378. 1373 makkar, mak-kawr'; from 5234; an

acquaintance:— acquaintance.

4379. 711,373 mlkreh, mik-reh'; from 3738; a pit
(for salt) :— [salt-] pit.

rT,D73 m e kerah, mek-ay-raw'; prob. from
the same as 3564 to the sense of stab-
bing; a sword:— habitation.

711373 m'korali. See 4851.

4381. ,'1373 Ifllkrty, mik-ree'; from 4376; sales-

man; Mikri, an Isr. :— Michri.

4382. , , nl373 M e kerathly, mek-ay-raw-thee' ;

patrial from an unused name (the
same as 4880) of a place to Pal. ; a Mekerathite, or
Inhab. of Mekerah:— Mecberathite.

4383. bilZJ373 mikshowl, mik-shole'; or

7115373 mlkshol, mik-shole'; masc. from
3782; a stumbling-block, lit. or flg.
(obstacle, enticement [spec, an idol], scruple):— caused
to fall, offence, X [no-] thing offered, ruin, stumbling-

4384. 713T15373 makshelah, mak-shay-law' ; tern.

from 8782; a stumbling-block, but
only flg. (fall, enticement [idol]):— ruin, stumbling-

4385. 3F1373 mi k tab mik-tawb'; from 8789; a

thing written, the characters, or a
document (letter, copy, edict, poem):— writing.

7lr,i373 m e klttah, mek-it-taw 1 ; from 3807;
a fracture:— bursting.

4387. dr,l373 mlktam, mik-tawm'; from 8799; an

engratiing, Le. (techn.) a poem:—

4388. 115F1373 maktesh, mak-taysh'; from 3806;

a mortar; by anal, a socket (ot a
tooth):— hollow place, mortar.

4389. 1BF1373 Itlaktesii mak-taysh'; the same as

4888; dell; the Maktesh, a place in
Jerus. :— Maktesh.

bia mnl. See 4136.

4390. 8b,3 mal£', maw-lay 1 ; or

8373 mala, (Esth. 7 : 5), maw-law 1 ; a prim,
root, to fill or (intrans.) be full of, in a
wide application (lit. and flg.):— accomplish, confirm,
+ consecrate, be at an end, be expired, be fenced, fill,
fulfil, (be, become, X draw, give in, go) full (-ly, -ly
set, tale), [over-] flow, fulness, furnish, gather (selves,
together), presume, replenish, satisfy, set, space, take
a [hand-] full, + have wholly.

4391. 8b?3 m e la» (Chald.), meUaw'; corresp. to

, 4390; to ,HI;— fill, be full.

4392. 8b?3 male', maw-lay'; from 4390; full (lit.

or flg.) or filling (lit.); also (concr.) ful-
ness; adv. fully:— X she that was with child, flu (-ed,
-ed with), full (-ly), multitude, as is worth.

4393. 6tb73 m e 16,, mel-o'; rarely
8,073 m e l6w,, mel-o'; or

,073 m e 16w (Ezek. 41 : 8), mel-o'; from 4390;
fulness (lit. or flg.):— x all along, X all
that is (there-) in, fill, ( x that whereof . . . was) full,
fulness, [hand-] full, multitude.

riV?3 Millo, See 4407.

4394. 8,73 mllla.', mil-loo'; from 4890; a fulfilling

(only in plur.), i.e. (lit.) a setting (of
gems), or (techn.) consecration (also concr. a dedica-
tory sacrifice):— consecration, be set.

4395. !,,8b,3 m c le'ah, mel-ay-aw'; tern, of 4392;

something fulfilled, i.e. abundance (of
produce):— (first of ripe) fruit, fulness.

4396. !18T73 millu'ah, miMoo-aio'; fem. of 4894;

a, filling, i.e. setting (of gems):— inclos-
ing, setting.

4397. ,,8?73 mal'ak, maVawk'; from an unused

root mean, to despatch as a deputy; a
messenger; spec, of God, i.e. an angel (also a prophet,
priest or teacher):— ambassador, angel, king, messen-

4398. ,,j8b,3 mal'ak (Chald.), mal-alt'; corresp.

to 4397; an angel:— angel.

4399. 7138,73 m'la'kab, meZ-auj-itoui'; from the

same as 4897; prop, deputyship, i.e.
ministry; gen. employment (never servile) or work
(abstr. or concr.); also property (as the result of
labor):— business, -+■ cattle, + industrious, occupation.
( + -pied), + officer, thing (made), use, (manner of)
work ([-man], -manship).

4400. ri,i38b73 mal'aknwtb, mal-dk-ooth' ;
from the same as 4397; a message:—

4401. ,'3iS:b73 Mal'akiy, mal-aw-kee'; from the

same as 4397; ministrative; Malaki,
a prophet:— Malachi.

4402. nNb73 mllle'th, mil-layth'; from 4390;

fulness, i.e. (concr.) a plump socket
(of the eye):— X fitly.

4403. laiaba malbnw»b, mal-boosh'; or

,25,ib,3 malbngh, mal-boosh'; from 3847; a
garment, or (collect.) clothing:— ap-
parel, raiment, vestment.

4404. ,i{,073 malbea, mal-bane'; from 3835

(denom.); a brick-kiln:— brickwork.

4405. rfM? mi] lab, mil-law'; from 4448 (plur.

masc. as if from
i,l573 milleb, mil-leh'); a word; collect, a
discourse; fig. a topic: — [-answer, by-
word, matter, any thing (what) to say, to speak (-tog),
speak, talKtog, word.




1406. JtbB mlllah (Chald.), miUlaW; corresp. to
4405; a word, command, discourse, or
subject: — commandment, matter, thing, word.
iba m e low. See 4393.

Nlba m e ldW. See 4393.


4407. Nib? mlllow', mil-lo 1 ; or

8t5» mil-Id' (2 Kings 12 : 20), miUo'; from
4390; a rampart (as jUZed in), i.e. the
oitadel:— Mfflo. See also 1037.

4408. 01353 mallurvach, mal-loo'-akh; from

4414; seo-purstai» (from its saMness):—

4409. TpbB Btalliiwk, mal-luke'; or

,,3lbB° OTallnwkiy (Neh. 12 : 14), moI-Joo-
fcee'; from 4427; regnant; Mallnk, the
name of five Isr.;— Malluoh, Melichu [.from the

4410. !,DlbB m e lnwkali, mel-oo-JmiB',' fem.

pass. part, of 4427; something ruled,
l.e. a realm:— kingdom, king's, x royal.

4411. ]lba malinn, maw-lone'; from 8385; a

lodgment, i.e. caravanserai or encamp-
ment:— iaa, place where . . . lodge, lodging (place).

4413. !,I5lba mHuwnah, mel-oo-naw 1 ; fem.
from 3885; a hut, a hammock: — cot-
tage, lodge.

4413. ,TVlbjQ OTalldwthiy, mal-lo'-thee; appar.

from 4448; I have talked (i.e. loqua-
cious): — MaUothi, an Isr. : — Mallothi.

4414. tT3B malach, maw-lakh'; a prim, root;

prop, to rub to pieces or pulverize; ta-
trans. to disappear as dust; also (as denom. from
4417) to salt whether intern, (to season with salt) or
extern, (to rub with salt): — X at all, salt, season,
temper together, vanish away.

4415. tlba m e lach (Chald.), mel-akh'; corresp.

to 4414; to eat salt, i.e. (gen.) subsist:—
+ have maintenance.

4416. tibn m e lach (Chald.), mel-akh'; from 4415;

salt: — h maintenance, salt.

4417. J,ib_B melach, meh'-lakh; from 4414; prop.

powder, i.e. (spec.) salt (as easily pulver-
ized and dissolved:— salt ([-pit]).

4418. flba malach, maw-lawkh'; from 4414 in its

orig. sense; a rag or old garment:—
rotten rag.

4419. tlba mallach, mal-lawkh'; from 4414 in its

second, sense; a sailor (as following ,the
salt ,):— mariner.

4420. rttlba m e ldcha,h, mel-ay-khaw' ; from

' 4414 (in its denom. sense); prop, salted
(i.e. land [778 being understood]), i.e. a desert:—
barren land (-ness), salt [land],

4431. ITanbip mllchamah, mil-khaw-maw' ;
from 3898 (in the sense of fighting);
a battle (i.e. the engagement); gen. u,ar(i.e. war-
fare):— battle, fight, (-tag), war ([-rior]).
4433. Db_73 malaf, maw-lat'; a prim, root; prop.

to be smooth, i.e. (by impl.) to escape (as
if by slipperiness); causat. to release or rescue; spec,
to bring forth young, emit sparks:— deliver (self),
escape, lay, leap out, let alone, let go, preserve, save,
X speedily, X surely.

4433. 13,373 melef, meh'-let; from 4422, cement

(from its plastic smoothness):— day.

4434. f,P£3b73 OT e Iatyali, mel-at-yaW; from 4423

,! ' and 3050; (whom) Jah has delivered;
Melatjah, a Gibeonite:— MelaOah.

4435. tjjftfO m e liylah, mel-ee-law'; from 4449

(in the sense of cropping [comp. 4135]);
a head of grain (as cut oft):— ear.

4436. flST'bB m e liytsah, mel-ee-tsaw' ; from

3887; an aphorism; also a satire: —
interpretation, taunting.

4437. lb_73 malak, maw-lak'; a prim, root; to

reign; incept, to ascend the throne;
causat. to induct into royalty; hence (by impl.) to
take counsel:— consult, X indeed, be (make, set a, set
up) king, be (make) queen, (begin to, make to) reign
(-tag), rule. X surely.

4438. TjbH melek, meh'-lek; from 4427; a king:—

king, royal.

4439. ,sjba Melek. meh'-lek; the same as 4428;

king; Melek, the name of two Isr.:—
Melech, Hammelech [by includ. the art.].

4430. ,!jba melek (Chald.), meh'-lek; corresp. to

4428; a king:— king, royaL

4431. ,ba m e lak (Chald.), mel-ak'; from a root

corresp. to 4427 in the sense of consul-
tation; advice.-— counsel.
4433. Tjb73 mdlek, mo'-lek; from 4427; Molek (i.e.

king), the chief deity of the Ammon-
ites:— Molech. Comp. 4445.

4433. N3b)3 malka' (Chald.), mal-kaw 1 ; corresp.

to 4436; a queen:— queen.

4434. rnbba malkddeth, mal-ko'-deth; from

8920; a snare:— trap.

4435. ftebn Mllkah, mil-haw 1 ; a form of 4436;

queen; Milcah, the name of a Hebrew-
ess and of an Isr. :— Milcah.

4436. Fisbn malkah, mal-kaw'; fem. of 4428; a

queen: — queen.

4437. 133B malkuw (Chald.), mal-koo'; corresp.

to 4438; dominion (abstr. or concr.):—
kingdom, kingly, realm, reign.

4438. rTDba malkuwth, maUkooth'; or

1133)3 malkuth, mal-kooth'; or (in plur.)

!Tpb)3 malkuyah, mal-koo-ydh' ; from
4427; a rule; concr. a dominion: —
empire, kingdom, realm, reign, royal.

4439. bflPSiba Malkiy'el, maVkee-ale'; from

4428 and 410; king of (i.e. appointed
by) God; Malkiel, an Isr. :— Malohiel.

4440. ■'b&TSlba Malkiy'eliy, mal-kee-ay-lee' ;

patron, from 4439; a Malkielite or
desc. of Malkiel:— Malchielite.

4441. J,F3373 IKalkiyah, maUkee-yaw' ; or

,I!-P3ba Malkiyahnw (Jer. 88 : 6), maU
kee-yaw'-hoo; from 4428 and 8050;
king of (i.e. appointed by) Jah; MaUeijah, the name
of ten Isr. :— Malchiah, Malchijah.
4443. 'piSt, l 3b73 OTalkiy-Tuedeq, mal-kee-
,' tseh'-dek; from 4428 and 6664;
king of right; Malki-Tsedek, an early king in Pal.:—

4443. DTSiba Malklyram, maVkee-rawm' ;

from 4428 and 7311; king of a high
one (i.e. of exaltation); Malkiram, an Isr.: — Malchi-

4444. glUjisba Malkiy»huwa«, mal-kee-shoo'-

ah; from 4428 and 7769; king of
wealth; Malkishua, an Isr. :— Malchishua.

4445. Q3,ba Malkam, mal-kawm'; or

0133)3 Milkowm, mil-kome'; from 4428
for 4432; Malcam or Milcom, the
national idol of the Ammonites :-Malcham, Milcom.

4446. rpba m e leketh, meUeh'-keth; from 4427;

a queen:— queen.

4447. ri?ba Moleketh, mo-leh'-keth; fem. act.

part, of 4427; queen; Moleketh, an
Israelitess:— Hammoleketh [includ. the art.].

4448. bba mala] maw-lal'; a prim, root; to

speak (mostly poet.) or say:— say, speak,

4449. bba m e lal (Chald.), meVal'; corresp. to

4448; to speak:— say, speak (-tag).

4450. ,'bba Milalay, mee-lal-ah'ee; from 4448;

talkative; Milalai, an Isr. :— Milalai.

4451. ,iaba malmad. mal-mawd'; from 3925; a

goad for oxen:— goad.
4453. yba malats, maw-lats'; a prim, root; to
be smooth, i.e. (flg.) pleasant:— be

4453. litba meltsar, mel-tsawr'; of Pers. der.;

T ' ' the butler or other officer in the Bab.
court:— Melzar.

4454. pb)3 malaq, maw-lak 1 ; a prim, root; to

crack a joint; by impl. to wring the neck
of a fowl (without separating it):— wring oft.

4455. Olpba malqowach, mal-ko'-akh; from

8917; trans, (in dual) the jaws (as

taking food); lntrans. spoil [and captives] (as
taken):— booty, jaws, prey.

4456. ttjlpba malqdwsh, mal-koshe'; from

3953 ; the spring rain (comp. 8954) ; fig.
eloquence:— latter rain.

4457. njjba melqach, mel-kawkh'; or

ftpba malqach, mal-kawkh'; from 3947;
(only in dual) tweezers:— snuffers,

4458. Innnba meltachah, mel-taio-khaw' ; from

an unused root mean, to spread out;
a wardrobe (i.e. room where clothing is spread):—

4459. TOFlbtt maltatah, mal-taw-aw'; transp.

for 4973; a grinder, i.e. back tooth:—
great tooth.

4460. !,H37273 mamm e gurah., mam-meg-oo-

raw 1 ; from 4048 (in the sense of de-
positing') ; a granary:— bam.

4461. laa meiuad, may-mad'; from 4058; a

measure; — measure.
4463. 1317373 TSVm.mr1i.aix, mem-oo-kawn'; or
■)3aia° Mowniukan (Esth. 1 : 16), mo-
moo-kawn'; of Pers. der.j Memucan
or Momucan, a Pers. satrap:— Memucan.

4463. 1117373 maiudwtli maw-mothe'; from

4191; a mortal disease; concr. a
corpse: — death.

4464. ,1T7373 mainzer, mam-zare'; from an un-

used root mean, to alienate; & mongrel,
i.e. born of a Jewish father and a heathen mother:—

4465. ',ISBB mlmkar, mim-kawr'; from 4376;

merchandise; abstr. a selling: —
X ought, (that which Cometh of) sale, that which . . .
sold, ware.

4466. rnSBB mlmkereth, mim-keh'-reth; fem.

of 4465; &sale: 1- sold as.

4467. i,t33B73 mamlakah, mam-law-kaw';

from 4427; dominion, i.e. (abstr.) the
estate (ruZe) or (concr.) the country (realm) :— king-
dom, king's, reign, royal.

4468. nisbaa mamlakuwth, mam-law-

kooth'; a form of 4467 and equtv. to
it:— kingdom, reign.

4469. T|0BB mamcak, mam-sawk'; from 4587;

mixture, i.e. (spec.) wine mixed (with
water or spices):— drink-offering, mixed wine.

4470. 'IBB memer, meh'-mer; from an unused

root mean, to grieve; sorrow:— bitter-

4471. N,iaa Blamre), mam,ray'; from 4754 (in

the sense of vigor); lusty; Manure, an
Amorite:— Mamre.
4473. 1,1730 mamror, mam-roref; from 4843;

a bitterness, i.e. (fig.) calamity:—

4473. rnpBa mUnah.a.cb,mim-shakh'; from 4886,

in the sense of expansion; outspread
(i.e. with outstretched wings):— anointed.

4474. ,btlJBa mlmshal, mim-shawl'; from 4910;

a ruler or (abstr.) rule:— dominion,
that ruled.

4475. nblBBB memahalah, mem-shaw-laW ;

fem. of 4474; rule; also (concr. in
plur.) a realm or a ruler:— dominion, government,
power, to rule.

4476. pttpBB mlmsb&q., mim-shawk'; from the

same as 4943; a possession;— breeding.

4477. P£lBB mamtaq, mam-talc 1 ; from 4985;

something sweet (lit. or fig.):— (most)

4478. ,(B man, mawn; from 4100; lit. a whatness

(so to speak), i.e. manna (so called from
the question about it):— manna.

4479. ,]B man (Chald.), mawn; from 4101; who or

what (prop, taterrog., hence also tadet,
and rel.):— what, who (-msoever, + -so).

4480. ,|B mln, min; or

,'SB minnf y, min-nee'; or

,313 mlnney (constr. plur.), mfti-nay' (Isa.
SO : 11); for 4482; prop, a pari of ; hews





(prep.), from or out of in many senses (as follows):—
above, after, among, at, because of, by (reason of),
from (among), in, x neither, x nor, (out) of, over,
since, X then, through, X whether, with.

4481. ,53 min (Chald.), min; corresp. to 4480:—

according, after, + because, + before, by,
for, from, X him, X more than, (out) of, part, since,
X these, to, upon, + when.

4482. I'D men, mane; from an unused root mean.

to apportion; a part; hence a musical

chord (as parted into strings):— in [the same] (Psa.

68 : S3), stringed instrument (Psa. 150 : 4), whereby
(Psa. 45 : 8 [defective plur.J).

4483. N373 m e na' (Chald.), men-aie 1 ; or

STI373 ni e nah (Chald.), men-aw'; corresp. to
4487; to count, appoint:— number,
ordain, set.

4484. N373 Jiione, (Chald.), men-ay 1 ; pass. part, of

4483; numbered: — Mene.

4485. W'JlM inangiynah, man-ghee-naw 1 ;

from 5059; a satire:— music.
•TJIM mlndah. See 4061.

4486. 1,3373 manda« CChald.), man-dah'; cor-

resp. to 4093; wisdom or intelligence:—
knowledge, reason, understanding.
HJ73 iiinali See 4483.

4487. HIT! manih, maw-naw'; a prim, root;

prop, to weigh out; by impl. to allot or
constitute officially; also to enumerate or enroll:—
appoint, count, number, prepare, set, tell.

4488. FI373 maneh, maw-neh'; from 4487; prop.

a fixed weight or measured amount, i.e.
(teehn.) a maneh or mina: — maneh, pound.

4489. 71373 moneh, mo-neh'; from 4487; prop.

something weighed out, i.e. (fig.) a
portion of time, i.e. an instance:— time.

4490. iTDB manah, maw-naw 1 ; from 4487; prop.

something weighed,, out, i.e. (gen.) a
division; spec, (of food) a ration; also a lot:— such
things as belonged, part, portion.

4491. 371373 minhag, min-hawg'; from 5090; the

driving (of a chariot):— driving.

4492. !T,I71373 mlnharah, min-haw-raw' ; from

5102; prop, a channel or fissure, i.e.
(by impl.) a cavern:— den.

4493. TtoH m&nowd, maw-node'; from 5110; a

nodding or toss (of the head in deri-
sion) :— shaking.

4494. ffiS52 mandwach, maw-no'-akh; from

5117; quiet, i.e. (concr.) a settled spot,
or (flg.) a home:— (place of) rest.

4495. 01353 HIanowaeh, maw-no'-akh; the same

as 4494; rest; Manodch, anlsr.:— Ma-

4496. ttM3J3 meniiwchali, men-oo-khaw' ; or

W1373 m e niichah, men-oo-khaw'; fem.

of 4495; repose or (adv.) peacefully;

flg. consolation (spec, matrimonii); hence (concr.) an

abode:— comfortable, ease, quiet, rest (-ing place),


4497. 11373 manown, maw-nohn'; from 5125; a

continuator, i.e. heir: — son.

4498. 01373 nuanowc, maw-noce'; from 5127; a

retreat (lit. or fig.); abstr. a fleeing:—
X apace, escape, way to flee, flight, refuge.

4499. 7101373 m e mrwcah, men-oo-saw 1 ; or

1TO373 m e niicah, men-oo-saw'; fem. of
' ! 4498; retreat:— fleeing, flight.

4500. 11373 manowr, maw-nore'; from 5214; a

yoke (prop, for ploughing), i.e. the
frame of a loom:— beam.

4501. 7111373 menowrah, men-o-raw'; or

•TIM m e n»rah, men-o-raw'; fem. of 4500
' (intheorig. sense of 5216); a cftande-
Uer:— candlestick.

I. 1T373 mlnn e zar, min-ez-awr 1 ; from 5144;
a prince:— crowned.

4503. 7171373 minchah, min-khaw'; from an un-

used root mean, to apportion, i.e. be-
stow; a donation; euphem. tribute; spec, a sacrificial
offering (usually bloodless and voluntary) :— gift,
oblation, (meat) offering, present, sacrifice.

4504. 7171373 minchah (Chald.), min-khaw'; cor-

resp. to 4503; a sacrificial offering:—
oblation, meat offering.

ifTIM m e nuchah. See 4496.

rriHW Muneliwlli. See 2679.

4505. 0713'? M c nachem, men-akh-ame' ; from

5162; comforter; Menachem, an Isr. :—

4506. nri3?2 Itlanachath, mauMiakh'-ath; from

5117; rest; Manachath, the name of
an Edomite and of a place in Moab:— Manahath,
,Wnin M e nachtiy. See 2680.

4507. ,'ITS OT e niy, men-ee'; from 4487; the Ap-

portioned i.e. Fate (as an idol):— num-

,TO miuniy See 4480, 4482.

4508. ,'SB ntlnniy min-nee'; of for. der. ; Minni,

an Armenian province:— Minni.
nV'W m e nayowth. See 4521.

4509. 'pH,STS fflinyamiyn, min-yaw-meen' ;

from 4480 and 3225; from (the) right
hand; Minjamin, the name of two Isr.:— Hiniamin.
Comp. 4326.

4510. ,piTS minyan (Chald.), min-yawn'; from

4483; enumeration: — number.

4511. rPM Mlnniyth. min-neeth'; from the

same as 4482; enumeration; Minnith, a
place E. of the Jordan:— Minnith.

4512. rfsjD mlnleh, min-leh'; from 5239; com-

pletion, i.e. (in produce) wealth:— per-

710373 m e nucah. See 4499.

4513. 3,373 ma ii a' maw-nah'; a prim, root; to

debar (neg. or pos.) from benefit or
injury:— deny, keep (back), refrain, restrain, with-

4514. 315,372 maii'UTcl, man-ool'; or

OT man'nl, man-ooZ', - from 5274; a
bolt:— lock.

4515. 53,373 man'al, man-awl'; from 5274; a

bolt.— shoe.

4516. 03,373 man'ani. man-am'; from 5276; a

delicacy: — dainty.

4517. 3,33,373 ra e na«na,, men-ah-ah'; from 5128;

a sistrum (so called from its rattling
sound):— cornet.

4518. r,P]?372 m e naqqiyth, men-ak-keeth' ; from

5352; a sacrificial basin (for holding
blood):— bowl.

711372 in'iiorah See 4501.

4519. 71123373 M 6 na8hsheh, men-ash-sheh' ;

from 5382; causing to forget; Menash-
sheh, a grandson of Jacob, also the tribe desc. from
him, and its territory: — Manasseh.

4520. ''ISM in: e nashshiy, men-ash-shee' ; from

4519; a Menashshite or desc. of Men-
ashsheh:— of Manasseh, Manassites.

4521. ri373 m e nath, men-awth'; from 4487; an

allotment (by courtesy, law or prov-
idence):— portion.

4522. 073 mac, mas; or

072 mic, mees; from 4549; prop, a burden
(as causing to faint), i.e. a tax in the
form of forced labor:— discomfited, levy, task [-mas-
ter], tribute (-tary).

4523. D73 mac, mawce; from 4549; fainting, i.e.

(fig.) disconsolate:— is afflicted.

4524. 0073 mecab, may-sab'; plur. masc.
D,SjOT? m e cibbiym, mes-ib-beem'; or fem.

1113073 m e cibbowth, mes-ib-bohth' ; from
5437; a divan (as enclosing the room):
abstr. (adv.) around:— that compass about, (place)
round about, at table.

713073 mucabbah. See 4143.

4525. 13073 macger, mas-gare'; from 5462; a

fastener, i.e. (of a person) a smith, (of
a thing) a prison:— prison, smith.

4526. 1113073 mlcgereth, mis-gheh'-reth; from

5462; something enclosing, i.e. a mar-
gin (of a region, of a panel); concr. a stronghold: —
border, close place, hole.

4527. 1573 maccad, mas-sad'; from 3245; a

foundation: — foundation,
illpa mocadah. See 4146.

4528. ,}Vffl3T3 mlcd'rown, mis-der-ohn'; from

the same as 5468; a colonnade or
internal portico (from its rows of pillars):— porch.

4529. 71073, maw-saw'; a prim, root; to

dissolve: — make to consume away,
(make to) melt, water.

4530. 71S73 mic , ah. mis-saw'; from 4549 (in the

sense of flowing); abundance, i.e. (adv.)
liberally:— tribute.

4531. 71373 maccah, mas-saw'; from 6254; a

testing, of men (judicial) or of God
(querulous): — temptation, trial.

4532. 71373 maccah, mas-saw'; the same as 4531;

Massah, a place in the Desert.— Mas-

4533. 711073 macveh, mas-veh'; appar. from an

unused root mean, to cover; a veil:—

4534. 7151073 m,cuwhah, mes-oo-kaw 1 ; for
4881 ; a hedge:— thorn hedge.

4535. 71373 maccach, mas-sawkh'; from 5255 in

the sense of staving off; a cordon,
(adv.) or (as a) military barrier:— broken down.

4536. inp73 mlcchar, mis-khaior' ; from 5503;

(rode:— traffic.

4537. T[p73 macak, maw-sak'; a prim, root; to

mix, espec. wine (with spices):— mingle.

4538. ,7(073 mecek, meh'-sek; from 4537; a mix-

ture, i.e. of wine with spices:— mixture.

4539. IIDM macak, maw-sawk'; from 5526; a

cover, i.e. veil: — covering, curtain, hang-

4540. 713073 m'cnkkah, mes-ook-kaw 1 ; from

5526; a covering, i.e. garniture:—

4541. 713373 inaccekah, mas-say-kaw' ; from

5258; prop, a pouring over, i.e. fusion
of metal (espec. a cast image); by impl. a Kbation,
i.e. league; concr. a coverlet (as if poured out):—
covering, molten (image), vail.

4542. ]3072 mlcken, mis-fcane'; from 5531; indi-

gene—poor (man).

4543. 7133073 mlck e nah, mis-ken-aw 1 ; by

transp. from 3664; a magazine:—
store (-house), treasure.

4544. 1133073 mickenuth, mis-kay-nooth' '; from

4542; indigence: — scarceness.

4545. ri5373 macceketh, mas-seh'-keth; from

5259 in the sense of spreading out;
something expanded, i.e. the warp in a loom (as
stretched out to receive the woof) :— web.

4546. !,lb072 m e clllah, mes-il-law'; from 5549; a

thoroughfare (as turnpiked), lit. or
fig. ; spec, a viaduct, a staircase: — causeway, course,
highway, path, terrace.

4547. 313073 macJuwl. mas-lool'; from 5549; a

thoroughfare (as turnpiked):— high-

4548. ,I73073 macmer, mas-mare'; or

173073 micmer, mis-mare'; also (fem.)

ST173073 macm c rah, mas-mer-aw 1 ; or

ST173D73 mlcm e rah, mis-mer-aw 1 ; or even

iTjntoa masm e rah (Eccles. 12 : 11),
mas-mer-aw'; from 5568; a peg (as
bristling from tbe surf ace):— nail.



Mahal aw


4549. DOS) macac, maw-aas'; a prim, root; to

liquefy; flg. to waste (with disease), to
faint (with fatigue, fear or grief):— discourage, faint,
be loosed, melt (away), refuse, x utterly.

4550. 3,iSU macca', mas-sah'; from 5266; a de-

parture (from striking the tents), i.e.
march (not necessarily a single day's travel); by
impl. a station (or point of departure):— journey

4551. 5,S!0 macca', mas-saw'; from 5265 in the

sense of projecting; a missile (spear or
arrow) ; also a quarry (whence stones are, as it were,
ejected):— before it was brought, dart.

4552. 'WOO nitc'ad, mis-awd'; from 5583; a

balustrade (for stairs) :— pillar.

4553. ,IBDM mlcped, mis-pade'; from 5594; a

lamentat ion:— lamentation, one mourn-
eth, mourning, wailing.

4554. NIBpp mi,;pdw,, mis-po'; from an unused

root mean, to collect; fodder: — prov-

4555. !,inBD5p iiiii-puchuh, mis-paw-hlmm' ;

from 5596; a veil (as spread out):—

4556. nnspp ml,pacbatb, mis-pakh'-ath;

from 5596; scurf (as spreading over
the surface):— scab.

4557. ,IBpM mlcp&c, mis-pawr'; from 5608; a

number, def. (arithmetical) or indef.
(large, innumerable; small, a few); also (abstr.)

narration: f- abundance, account, x all, x few,

[in-] finite, (certain) number (-ed), tale, telling,
+ time.

4558. ,IB053 ffllcpar, mis-pawr 1 ; the same as

4457; number; Mispar, an Isr.:— Miz-
par. Comp. 4559.

ri,lpb Mftc'TowlU. See 4149.

4559. rHBDM Mlcperetb, mis-peh'-reth; tern, of

4457; enumeration; Mispereth, an
Isr.:— Mispereth. Comp. 4458.

4560. ,np?3 macar, maw-tar 1 ; a prim, root; to

sunder, i.e. (trans.) set apart, or (reflex.)
apostatize: — commit, deliver.

4561. ,IDM mocar, mo-sawr 1 ; from S256; admo-

nition:— instruction.

4562. nlbH macoreth, maw-so'-reth; from 681 ;

a hand: — bond.

4563. ,Tinp73 mictdwr, mis-tore'; from 5641; a

refuge: — covert.

4564. ,,IFlp13 macter, mas-tare'; from 5641 ; prop.

a hider, i.e. (abstr.) a hiding, i.e. aver-
sion: — hid.

4565. 'TFIpH mlctar mis-tawr 1 - from 5641- prop.

a concealer, i.e. a covert. - — secret (-ly,

tW» m e «a,. See 4577.

4566. T3T0 ma'bfid mafc-bauni';; from 5647; an

act:— work.

4567. TWO ma'bad (Chald.), mah-bawd'; cor-

resp. to 4566; an act:— work.

4568. •,QgE matibeh, mah-ab-eh'; from 5666;

prop, compact (part of soil), i.e.
loam. - — clay.

4569. ,155,?3 ma'abar, man-ab-auir'; or fern.

!nl33,53 ma,abapah, mah-ab-aw-raw' ;

from 5674; a crossing-place (of a

river, a. ford; of a mountain, a pass); abstr. a transit,

I.e. (fig.) overwhelming:— ford, place where .

4570. 533,53 ma'gal, mah-gawl'; or tern,

Jl533,M ma'galab, mah-gaw-law 1 ; from
the same as 5696; a track (lit. or flg.);
also a rampart (as circular):— going, path, trench,
way ([-side]).

4571. 1SJ53 nia'ad, maw-ad'; a prim, root; to

waver. - — make to shake, slide, slip.

Wh mo'ed. See 4150.

4572. ,,WQ OTa'aday, mah-ad,ah'ee; from 5710;

ornamental, - Itaadai, an Isr.: — Ma-

4573. tlfWO Ma'adyab, mah-ad-yaw 1 ; from

5710 and 3050; ornament of Jah; Ma-
adjah, an Isr. :— Maadiah. Comp. 4153.

4574. yWli ma'idan mah-ad-avm'; or (fem.)

SlSTOTa ma'adannah, mah-ad-an-naw' ;
from 5727; a delicacy or (abstr.) plea-
sure (adv. cheerfully): — dainty, delicately, delight,

4575. {,finWS ma'idannah, mafc-ad-an-naw,, -

by transp. from 6029; a bond, i.e.
group. - — influence.

4576. ,(W)2 madder, mob-dare 1 ; from 5737; a

(weeding) hoe.-— mattock.

4577. tVJPa m,ah (Chald.), meh-aw 1 ; or

tXSO m e ,a, (Chald.), meh-aw'; corresp. to
4578; only in plur. the boteets;— belly.

4578. tWO mc'ah may-aW; from an unused

root prob. mean, to be soft; used only
in plur. the intestines, or (collect.) the abdomen, flg.
sympathy; by impl. a vest; by extens. the stomach,
the uterus (or of men, the seat of generation), the
heart (flg.):— belly, bowels, X heart, womb.

4579. tWO m,ah, may-aw 1 ; fem. of 4578; the

belly, i.e. (flg.) interior:— gravel.

4580. iWO ma'owg, maw-ogue'; from 5746; a

cake of bread (with 3934 a table-buffoon,
i.e. parasite): — cake, feast.

4581. V&O ma'owi, maw-oze' (also
TWO ma'uwz, maw-oozf); or
WO ma',z, maw-oze 1 (also

WO ma'iiz, maw-ooz'); from 5810; a forti-
fied place; flg a defence: — force, fort
(-ress), rock, strength (-eu), (x most) strong (hold).

4582. 'TlVO Ma'dwk, maw-oke 1 ; from 4600; op-

pressed; Maok, a Philistine:— Maoch.

4583. ,|iJ,53 ma,own, maw-ohn'; or

,PSW ma'ivn (1 Chron. 4 : 41), mato-een';

from the same as 5772; an abode, ot

God (the Tabernacle or the Temple), men (their

home) or animals (their lair); hence a retreat

(asylum): — den, dwelling ([-] place), habitation.

4584. ,pyo Blu'own. maw-ohn'; the same as

4583; a residence; Moon, the name of
an Isr. and of a place in Pal.:— Maon, Maonites.
Comp. 1010, 4586.

4585 71313,72 iii,'6iviiiVli. meft-o-naur 4 ; or

ttXfO m c, 6nab, meft-o-nato'; fem. of 4583,
and mean, the same:— den, habitation,
(dwelling) place, refuge.

4586. ,W)3 M e «Awmly, meh-oo-nee'; or

, , 5'W2 IH e «iyniy, meft-ee-nee'; prob. patri-
al from 4584; a Meunite, or inhab. of
Maon (only in plur.):— Mehunim (-s), Meunim.

4587. ,•nbiya m e «6wndtbay, meh-o-no-thah'ee;

plur. of 4585; habitative; Meonothai,
an Isr.:— Meonothai.

4588. rp3,n ma,wph, maw-oof; from 5774 in

the sense of covering with shade [comp.

4155]; darkness:— dimness,

4589. ,YlTKl ma'owr, mate-ore'; from 5783;

nakedness, i.e. (in plur.) the puden-
da:— nakedness.

W2 ma'oz See 4583.


WO ma,nz. See 4588.

4590. TTW2 Ha'azvah, mah-az-yaw'; OP

IfTfSB Itta'azyabAw, mah-az-yaw 1 -hoo;
prob. from. 5756 (in the sense of pro-
tection) and 3050; rescue of Jah; Maazjah, the name
ot two Isr. :— Maariah.

4591. t3?p ma'at, maw-at'; a prim, root; prop.

to pare off, i.e. lessen; intrans. to be (or
caus. to morfce) small or few (or flg. ineffective):—
suffer to decrease, diminish, (be, X borrow a, give,
make) few (in number, -ness), gather least (little),
be (seem) little, (X give the) less, be muusbed, bring
to nothing.

4592. tt»73 me'al, mefc-at'; or

13SO m,,af, meh-awt'; from 4591; a little
or few (often adv. or compar.):— almost,
(some, very) few (-er, -est), lightly, little (while),
(very) small (matter, thing), some, soon, X very.

4593. t33,K! ma'at, maw-ote', - pass. adj. of 4591;

thinned (as to the edge), i.e. sharp:—
wrapped up.

4594. FiaSKl ma'fiteli, maft-af-eft'; from 6844; a

vestment:— garment.

rlBtaS,a ma'ajaphab, mah-at-aw-faw 1 ;
from 5848; a cloak:— mantle.

WO m e «ly, meh-ee'; from 6758; a pile of
rubbish (as contorted), i.e. a ruin (comp.
5856):— heap.

4597. WJ$ HXa'ai, maw-ah'ee; prob. from 4578;

sympathetic; Maai, an Isr. : — Maai.

4598. 'bWli m e «tyl, meh-eeV; from 4603 in the

sense of covering; a robe (Le. upper
and outer garment):— cloke, coat, mantle, robe.
tPVO me'iym. See 4578.

)WO m««iyn (Chald.). See 4577.

4599. Iiyo ma'yan, mah-yawn'; or

l OWB ma«y®ildw (Psa. 114 : 8), mah-yen-

o'; or (fem.)
STyWS ma'yauab, mah-yaw-naw' ; from
5869 (as a denora. in the sense of a
spring); & fountain (also collect.), flg. a source (ot
satisfaction) : — fountain, spring, well.
W Hae'iyniy. See 4586.

4600. ,WO ma'ak, mate-afc'; a prim, root; to

press, i.e. to pierce, emasculate,
handle:— bruised, stuck, be pressed.

4601. 7135|5a Ifla'ilksili. mah-ak-aw'; or

TOm IHa'akath (Josh. 13 : 13), mah-ak-
awth'; from 4600; depression; Maakah
(or Maakath), the name of a place in Syria, also of a
Mesopotamian, of three Isr., and of four Israelitesses
and one Syrian woman:— Maachah, Maachathites.
See also 1038.

4602. ,TOSfla Ma'akathiy, maft-afc-aw-fnee';

patrial from 4601; a Maakathite, or
inhab. of Maakah:— Maachathite.

4603. yVO ma'al, maw-aV; a prim, root; prop.

to cover up; used only flg. to act
covertly, i.e. treacherously:— transgress, (commit, do
a) trespass (-ing).

4604. bVJ2 ma'al, mah'-al; from 4608; treachery,

i.e. sin:— falsehood, grievously, sore,
transgression, trespass, x very.

4605. b?53 ma'al, mah'-al; from 5927; prop, the

upper part, used only adv. with pref.
upward, above, overhead, from the top, etc.:— above,
exceeding (ly), forward, on (X very) high, over, up
(on, -ward), very.

bVO me'al. See 5921.

4606. V,Ja m6,al (Chald.), may-awl'; from 5954;

(only in plur. as sing.) the setting (of the
sun) :— going down.

4607. ?3,)3 mo'al, mo'-al; from 5927; a raising (of

the bands) :— lifting up.

4608. nb?53 ma'aleb, mah-al-eh'; from 5927; an

elevation, i.e. (concr.) acclivity or
platform; abstr. (the relation or state) a rise or (flg.)
priority:— ascent, before, chiefest, cliff, that goeth.
up, going up, hill, mounting up, stairs.

4609. ThSO ma'alah, mah-al-aw'; fem. of 4608;

elevation, i.e. the act (lit. a journey to
a higher place, flg. a thought arising), or (concr.) the
condition (lit. a step or grade-mark, flg. a superiority
of station); spec, a climactic progression (in certain
Psalms):— things that come up, (high) degree, deal, go
up, stair, step, story.




4610. O,,)?? TnSTi Ma'ftlcSi fAqrabtoiym,

mah-al-ay' ak-rab-beem f ;
from 4608 and (the plur. of) 6137; Steep of Scorpions,
a place in the Desert: — Maaleh-accrabim, the ascent
(going up) of Akrabbim.

4611. VSfQ ma'alal, mah-al-awV '; from 59S3; an

act (good or bad):— doing, endeavour,
Invention, work.

4612. TDS12 ma'imai, mah,am-awd' ; from

6975; (flg.) a position:— attendance,
office, place, state.

4613. ,TOS12 mo,5mad, moh-otu-awd' ; from

5975 ; lit. a foothold.— standing.

4614. {10733,53 ma'amacah, mah-am-aw-saw' ;

from 6006; burdensomeness:— bur-

4615. p?33,53 matamaq, mah-am-awW; from

6009; a deep.-— deep, depth.

4616. 1,12 nu'in, mah'-an; from 6030; prop.

heed, i.e. purpose; used only adv., on ac-
count of (as a motive or an aim), teleologically ire
order that:— because of, to the end (intent) that, for
(to, . . . 's sake), + lest, that, to.

4617. !W73 ma'aneb, mah-an-eh'; from 6030; a

reply (favorable or contradictory): —
answer, x himself.

4618. 713553 ma'auab, mah-an-aw'; from 6031,

in the sense of depression or tilling;

a furrow: f- acre, furrow.

J-Ijya m e '6nab. See 4385.

4619. VJ53 IHa'ats, mah'-ats; from 6095; closure;

Maats, anlsr.:— Maaz.

4620. 7131STO ma'jitx,bah, mah-ats-ay-baw' ;

from 6087; anguish:— sorrow.

4621. 1J£?.?3 ma'atsad, mah-ats-awd' ; from an

unused root mean, to hew; an axe:—
ax, tongs.

4622. liaya mataowr, mah-tsore'; from 6113;

obj. a hindrance: — restraint.

4623. b ,llt3,73 matsar, mah-tsawr'; from 6113;

sub], control.— rule.

4624. STj?.853 ma'aqeb, mah-ak-eh'; from an un-

used root mean, to repress; a para-
pet:— battlement.

4625. lZJpS'3 ma'aqasb, mah-dk-awsh' ; from

6140; a croofc (in a road) - .— crooked

4626. 12J73 ma'ar, mah'-ar; from 6168; a nude

place, i.e. (lit.) the pudenda, or (flg.) a
vacant space: — nakedness, proportion.

4627. 01572 ma'irab, mah-ar-awV ; from 6148,

in the sense of trading; traffic; by
impl. mercantile goods:— market, merchandise.

4628. 01573 ma'arab, mah-ar-awb'; or(fem.)

7i;3l553 ma'arabah, mah-ar-aw-baw' ;
from 6150, in the sense of shading;
the west (as the region of the evening sun):— west.

4629. fT,l573 ma'areb, mah-ar-eh' ; from 6168; a

nude place, i.e. a common:— meadows.

4630. {11573° ma'arab, mah-ar-aw 1 ; fem. of

4639; an open spot: — army [from the

4631. 711573 m e «arab, meh-aw-raw'; from 5783;

a cavern (as dark):— cave, den, hole.

4632. JT1573 fflPXarah, meh-aw-raw'; the same

as 4631; cave; Mearah, a place in
Pal.:— Mearah.

4633. ,1573 ma'arak, malwtr-awk'; from 6186;

an arrangement, i.e. (flg.) mental dis-
position:— preparation.

4634. {101573 ma'arnkali, mah-ar-aw-kaw 1 ';

fem. of 4633; an arrangement; concr.
a pile; spec, a military array: — army, fight, be set in
order, ordered place, rank, row.

4635. np15.53 ma'areketb, mah-ar-eh' '-keth;

from 6186; an arrangement, i.e.
(concr.) a, pile (of loaves):— row, shewbread.

4636. &1573 ma'arom, mah-ar-ome'; from 6191,

in the sense of stripping; bare: —

4637. iHSW?'? ma'aratsab., mah-ar-aw-tsaw';

from 6206; violence,'— terror.

. H1573 OTa'arath, mah-ar-awth' ; a form
of 4630; waste; Maarath, a [place in
Pal. :— Maarath.

4639. fTOJB ma'aseh, mah-as-eh'; from 6213; an

action (good or bad); gen. a transac-
tion; abstr. activity; by impl. a product (spec, a
poem) or (gen.) property:— act, art, + bakemeat,
business, deed, do (-ing), labour, thing made, ware of
making, occupation, thing offered, operation, posses-
sion, X well, ([handy-, needle-, net-]) work, (-ing,
-manship), wrought.

4640. ,ilWa Ma'say, mah-as-ah'ee; from 6213;

operative; Maasai, an Isr. : — Maasiai.

4641. 7T105.73 Ma'aseyah, mah-as-ay-yaw'; or

IfPWU Ma'asey abuw, mah-as-ay-yaw'-

hoo; from 4639 and 3050; work of

Jah; Maasejah, the name of sixteen Isr.:— Maaseiah.

4642. 71J512J573 ma'ashaqqah, mah-ash-ak-

kaw'; from 6231; oppression: — op-
pression, x oppressor.

4643. 1105)2 ma'asGr, mah-as-ayr'; or

litJ552 matasar, mah-as-ar 1 ; and (in plur.)

{1110572 ma'asrab, mah-as-raw'; from
6240; a tenth; espec. a tithe:— tenth
(part), tithe (-ing).

4644. C|73 OToph mofe; of Eg. or.; Moph, the

capital of Lower Egypt:— Memphis.
Comp. 5297.

rTOODT? m e phib6sbetb. See 4648.

4645. 53B72 mipbga', mif-gaw'; from 6293; an

object of attack:— mark.

4646. {1372 mappach, map-pawkh'; from 5301;

a breathing out (of life), i.e. expiring: —
giving up.

4647. HS72 mappnach, map-poo' -akh; from

5301; the bellows (i.e. blower) of a
forge:— bellows.

4648. mOO,ST? M e phiybdsbetb, mef-ee-bo'-

sheth; or
nifiOB52 M e pbib6sbetb, mef-ee-bo 1 -sheth;
prob. from 6284 and 1322; dispeller
of shame (i.e. of Baal) ; Mephibosheth, the name of
two Isr. :— Mephibosheth.

4649. D,SM Muppiym, moop-peem'; a plur. ap-

par. from 5130; wavings; Muppim, an
Isr.:— Muppim. Comp. 8206.

4650. y, , S5? mSphiyts, may-feets'; from 6327; a

breaker, i.e. mallet: — maul.

4651. 5B73 ul appal, map-pawl'; from 5307; a

falling off, i.e. chaff; also something
pendulous, i.e. a flap:— flake, refuse.

4652. 71N5B73 mlphla'ab, mif-law-aw'; from

6381 ; a miracle:— wondrous work.

4653. {153372 mlpblaggab, mif-lag-gaw' ; from

6385; a classification: — division.

4654. 713372 mappalab, map-paw-law'; or

{15352 mappelab, map-pay-law'; from
5307; something fallen, i.e. a ruin:—
ruin (-ous).

4655. doSD mlpblaf, mif-lawt'; from 6403; an

escape: — escape.

4656. nltJBa mlpbletsetb, mif-leh'-tseth; from

6426; a terror, i.e. an idol:— idol.

4657. toST? mipblas, mif-lawce'; from an un-

used root mean, to balance; a pois-
ing:— balancing.

4658. nbSM mappeletta, map-peh'-leth; from

5307; ,all, i.e. decadence; concr. a
ruin; spec, a carcase. - — carcase, fall, ruin.

4659. 55372 mlpbtal, mif-awV; or (fem.)

71,5372 mipb'alah, mif-aw-law'; from
6466; a performance;— work.

4660. V372 mappats, map-pawts'; from 5310; a

smiting to pieces:— slaughter.

4661. V353 mappfets, map-pates'; from 5310; a

smiter, i.e. a war clwft: — battle ax.

4662. ,1)531? miphqad, mif-kawd'; from 6485;

an appointment, i.e. mandate; concr.
a designated spot; spec, a census;— appointed place,
commandment, number,.

4663. 1JJB73 Miphqad, mif-kawd'; the same as
4662; assignment; Miphkad, the name
of a gate in Jerus. :— Miphkad.

4664 V,1373 mipbrats, mif-rawts'; from 6555;
a break (in the shore), i.e. a haven:—

4665. nj31353 mlpbreketb, mif-reh'-keth; from

6561; prop, a fracture, i.e. joint
(vertebra) of the neck:— neck.

4666. 101352 mlpbras, mif-rawce'; from 6566;

an expansion: — that which. . . spread-
est forth, spreading.

4667. 71510372 mtpbsa'ah, mif-sauniw'; from

6585; astride, i.e. Q,y euphem.)the
crotch: — buttocks.

H373 nvoplietb See 4159.

4668. ftfl372 mapbteacb, maf-tay'-dkh; from

6605; an opener, i.e. a key:— key.

4669. {1FI372 mlpbtacb, mif-tawkh'; from 6605;

an aperture, i.e. (flg.) utterance:—

4670. IFlBM mlpht&a,mif-tawn'; from the same

as 6620; a stretcher, i.e. a sill.'— thresh-

4671. ytt mots motes; op

yin mowts (Zeph. 2 : 2), motes; from 4160;
chajf (as pressed out, ie. winnowed or
[rather] threshed loose):— chaff.

4672. N3E73 matsa', maw-tsaw'; a prim, root;

prop, to come forth to, i.e. appear or
exist; trans, to attain, i.e. find or acquire; flg. to

occur, meet or be present: 1- be able, befall, being,

catch, X certainly, (cause to) come (on, to, to hand),
deliver, be enough (cause to) find (-ing, occasion,
out), get (hold upon), x have (here), be here, hit, be
left, light (up-) on, meet (with), x occasion serve, (be)
present, ready, speed, suffice, take hold on.
Nilb motsa'. See 4161.

4673. SS73 MiatstHa, mats-tsowb'; from 5E24; ft

fixed spot; flg. an oj?lce, a military
post:— garrison, station, place where . . . stood.

4674. yO.12 matstsab, moots-tsawb' ; from 5324;

a station, i.e. military post: — mount.

4675. 713S1? matstsabab, mats-tsaie-bau!'; or

r,Q&T? mitstsabab, mits-tsaw-baw' ; fem.
of 4673; a military guard. - — army , gar-

4676. SlSiSTp matstsebab, mats-tsay-baw'',

fem. (eausat.) part, of 5324; something
stationed, i.e. a column or (memorial stone); by
anal, an idol:— garrison, (standing) image, pillar.

4677. fVaiW? M e ts6bayab, mets-o-baw-yaw' ;

appar. from 4672 and 3050; found of
Jah; Metsobajah, a place in Pal.: — Mesobaite.

4678. rQ,rn matstsebetb, mats-tseh'-beth;

from 5324; something stationary, i.e.
a monumental stone; also the stock of a tree:— pillar,

4679. 1S5p mtsad, mets-ad'; or

11?7? m e tsad, mets-awd'; or (fem.)

n,lta m e tsadab, mets-aw-daw 1 ; from
6679; a fastness (as a covert of
ambush):— castle, fort, (strong) hold, munition.
Slian m e tsadab. See 4686.

t -. :

4680. rtSCH matsab, maw-tsaw 1 ; a prim, root;

to suck out; by impl. to drain, to
sgueeze out:— suck, wring (out).

4681. M3SU OTotsab, mo-tsaw'; act. part. fem. of

4680; drained; Motsah, a place in
Pal.:— Mozab.

4682. 715£a matstsab, mats-tsaw'; from 4711 in

the sense of greedily devouring for sweet-
ness; prop, sweetness; concr. sweet (i.e. not soured or
bittered with yeast); spec, an unfermented cake or
loaf, or (ellipt.) the festival of Passover (because no
leaven was then used):— unleavened (bread, cake),
without leaven.

4683. f1S73 matstsab, mats-tsaw'; from 5327; a

quarrel:— contention, debate, strife.

4684. nb,Bpp matshalah, mats-hawlaw' ;

from 6670; a whinnying (through
impatience (or battle or lust):— neighing.

4685. TiJTQ matsowd, maw-tsode'; or (fern.)

Fnij£73 m e ts6wdab., mets-o-daw' ; or

ink?3 m e tsodab., mets-o-daw 1 ; from 6679;

a net (for capturing animals or

fishes); also (by interch. for 4679) a fastness or

(besieging) tower:— bulwark, hold, munition, net,


4686. IlitM xuatsuwd, maw-tsood'; or (fern.)

mi!£M mHsuwdaJh, mets-oo-daw 1 ; or

!T,13£73 mHsudah, mets-oo-daw'; for 4685;
a net, or (abstr.) capture; also a ,ast-
ness:— castle, defence, fort (-ress), (strong) hold, be
hunted, net, snare, strong place.

4687. fnStt mitarrah, mits-vaw 1 ; from 6680; a

command, whether human or divine
(collect, tbe Law):— (which was) commanded (-ment),
law, ordinance, precept.

4688. FlbilM m' IsowViii, mets-o-law 1 ; or

ribjtn ni e ts61ah, mets-o-law 1 ; also

TO13W m e tsuwlab., mets-oo-law' ; or

SrfcXM m e tsulab. r mets-oo-law'; from the
' , : same as 6683; a deep place (of water
or mud); — bottom, deep, depth.

4689. fh£& matsdwq, maw-tsdke'; from 6693;

a narrow place, i.e. (abstr. and fig.)
confinement or disability:— anguish, distress, strait-

4690. pl£73 matsuwq, maw-tsook'; or

pl£73 matsiiq, maw-tsook'; from 6693;
something narrow, i.e. a column or hill-
top: — pillar, situate.

4691. Mp12£73 m c tsiiwqah, mets-oo-kaw' ; or

MpS)2 m e tsxiqab., mets-oo-kaw'; fem. of
, ', ' 4690; narrowness, i.e. (flg.) trouble:—
anguish, distress.

4692. Ti£n matsfiwr, maw-tsore'; or

,llltM mitiuwr, maw-tsoor'; from 6696;

something hemming in, i.e. (obj.) a

mound (of besiegers), (abstr.) a siege, (fig.) distress;

or (subj.) a fastness:— besieged, bulwark, defence,

fenced, fortress, siege, strong (hold), tower.

4693. Tl3t?2 matsowr, maw-tsore'; the same as

4693 in the sense of a limit; Egypt (as
the border of Pal.):— besieged places, defence, forti-

4694. ST,11£T3 m e tsTrwrab., mets-oo-raw, '; or

rtlKM m e tsiirali, mets-oo-raw' ; fem. of

4692; a hemming in, i.e. (obj.) a mound

(of siege), or (subj.) a rampart (of protection),

(abstr.) fortification;— fenced (city), fort, munition,

strong hold.

4695. niKI? matstBawth, mats-tsooth' ; from

5327; a quarrel:— that contended.

4696. t,l3£'3 mfitsacb., may'-tsakh; from an un-

used root mean, to be clear, i.e. conspic-
uous; the forehead (as open, and prominent) :— brow,
forehead, + impudent.

4697. iinSW mitsebjib., mits-BAaio'; from the

same as 4696; a shin-piece of armor
(as prominent), only plur.:— greaves.
!,fc SH? m e tsolah. See 4688.

ftbtt72 mHsnlah. See 4688.

t -. :

4698. Hte|EB m e tsillab, mets-il-law' ; from 6750;

a tinkler, i.e. a bell:— bell.

4699. !,tbK73 ■WHdUl, mets-oot-Zau,; from

' 6751; s,iode.— bottom.

4700. nbl£73 m e ts61etb, mets-ay'-leth; from

6750; (only dual) double tinklers, i.e.
cymbals: — cymbals.

4701. riMXtt mltsnepbetb, mits-neh'-feth;

from 6801 ; a tiara, i.e. official turban
(of a king or high priest) :— diadem, mitre.

4702. 3,2£73 matstsat, mate-tnuc'; from 3331; a

couch;— bed.




,!yi£52 niits'ad, mits-awd'; from 6805; a
step; fig. companionship: — going, step.

4704. STtWKS mitsts e ,iyrah, mits-tseh-ee-

raw'; fem. of 4705; prop, littleness:
concr. diminutive:— little.

4705. ,lSSM mits,ar, mits-awr'; from 6819; petty

(in size or number); adv. a short
(time):— little one (while), small.

4706. ,VSH Mlts'ar, mits-awr 1 ; the same as

4705; Mitsar, a peak of Lebanon:—

4707. TIBS?? mltspeb, mits-peh'; from 6822; an

observatory, espec. for military pur-
poses:— watch tower.

4708. STISS73 Mitspeh, mits-peh'; the same as

4707; Mitspeh, the name of five places
in Pal. :— Mizpeh, watch tower. Comp. 4709.

4709. S1BK73 OTitspab, mits-paw 1 ; fem. of 4708;

Mitspah, the name of two places in
Pal.:— Mitspah. [This seems rather to be only an
orth. var. of 4708 when , in pause,.]

4710. ]BS73 mltspun, mits-poon'; from 6845;

a secret (place or thing, perh. trea-
sure):— hidden thing.

4711. VS'2 matsats, maw-tsats'; a prim, root;


to suck: — milk.
!,Ip T 2£73 mutsaqah. See 4166.

,I5p3 nietsar may-tsar'; from

pain, strait.

pSS72 matsiiq. See 4690.

STjttM mnsuqah. See 4691.

!Tl3t72 m e tsurab. See 4694.

t ■■. :

4713. ,lSM OTltsrty, mits-ree',- from 4714; a

Mitsrite, or inhab. of Mitsrajim: —
Egyptian, of Egypt.

4714. Pfjtoj Illitsraylm, mits-rah'-yim; dual of

4693; Mitsrajim, i.e.Upper and Lower
Egypt:— Egypt, Egyptians, Mizraim.

4715. tVlJM mitsrepb, mits-rafe'; from 6884;

a crucible:— fining pot.

4716. p72 maq, mak; from 4743; prop, a melting,

i.e. putridity:— rottenness, stink.

4717. !,Qp72 maqqabab, mak-kaw-baw 1 ; from

5344; prop, a perforatrix, i.e. a ham-
mer (as piercing):— hammer.

4718. ri3W3 maqqebetb, mak-keh'-beth; from

5344; prop, a perforator, i.e. a ham-
mer (as piercing); also (intrans.) a perforation, i.e. a
quarry:— hammer, hole.

4719. f,n]?'3 OTaqqSdab, mak-kay-dau, ; from

the same as 5348 in the denom. sense
of herding (comp. 5349) ; fold; Makkedah, a place in
Pal.:— Makkedah.

4720. WpU mlqdasb, mik-dawsh'; or

12J,7J??2 miqqedasb (Exod. 15 : 17), mik-

ked-awsh'; from 6942; & consecrated

thing or place, espec. a palace, sanctuary (whether

of Jehovah or of idols) or asylum: — chapel, hallowed

part, holy place, sanctuary.

4721. bf1p_73 maqbel, mak-hale'; or (fem.)

7lbrlp72 maqbelab, mak-hay-law' ; from
6950; an assembly: — congregation.

4722. nbflpM Maqbeldtb, mak-hay-loth' ; plur.

of 4721 (fem.); assemblies; Makhel-
oth, a place in the Desert:— Makheloth.

4723. rT7p?2 mfqveh, mik-veh'; or

STTlpT? miqveh (1 Kings 10 : 28), mik-vay'; or

NIpTp miqve' (2 Chron. 1 : 16), mik-vay';
from 6960; something waited for, i.e.
confidence (obj. or subj.); also a collection, i.e. (of
water) a pond, or (of men and horses) a caravan or
drove:— abiding, gathering together, hope, linen yarn,
plenty [of water], pool.

4724. TTlpM miqvab, mik-vaw'; fem. of 4723; a

collection, i.e. (of water) a reservoir: —

4725. fiipf maqowm, maw-kome'; or
Dp73 maqom. maw-kome'; also (fem.)

!,I72ip72, m e qowmab, mek-o-mah'; or

7T2p72 m e qomab, mek-o-mah'; from 6965;

prop, a standing, i.e. a spot; but used

widely of a locality (gen. or spec); also (fig.) of a

condition (of body or mind):— country, X home,

X open, place, room, space, X whither [-soever].

4726. Tlp72 maqdwr, maw-kore'; or

,lp72 maqor, maw-kore'; from 6979; prop.
something dug, i.e. a (gen.) source (of
water, even when naturally flowing; also of tears,
blood [by euphem. of the female pudenda] ; flg. of
happiness, wisdom, progeny): — fountain, issue,
spring, well (-spring).

4727. np r )3 miqqacb, mik-kawkh'; from 3947;

reception: — taking.

4728. !,inpM niaqqacbab, mak-kaw-khaw';

from 3947; something received, i.e.
merchandise (purchased):— ware.

4729. ,lUpn mlqtar, mik-tawr'; from 6999;

something to fume (incense) on, i.e. a
hearth place:— to burn . . . upon.

STltilpja m e qatt e rah. See 6999.

4730. ITltJpB miqferetb, mik-teh',reth; fem. of

4729; something to fume (incense)
in, i.e. a coal-pan:— censer.

4731. bj?72 maqqel, mak-kale'; or (fem.)

r,lbp73 maqq e lab, mak-kel-aw 1 ; from an
unused root mean, appar. to germi-
nate; a shoot, i.e. stick (with leaves on, or for walk-
ing, striking, guiding, divining):— rod, ([hand-]) staff.

4732. rribpM Mlqlowth, mik-lohth' (or perh.

mik-kel-ohth'); plur. of (fem.) 4731;
rods; Mikloth, a place in the Desert:— Mikloth.

4733. tibpQ mlqlaf, mik-lawt'; from 7038 in the

sense of taking in; an asylum (as a re-
ceptacle) : — refuge.

4734. nybp7; miqla'atb, mik-lah'-ath; from

7049; a sculpture (prob. in bass-re-
lief):— carved (figure), carving, graving.
I3p73 maqdm. See 4725.

ft73p73 m e qdmab. See 4725.

4735. i,l3p73 mlqneh, mik-neh'; from 7069; some-

thing bought, i.e. property, but only
live stock; abstr. acquisition: — cattle, flock, herd,
possession, purchase, substance.

4736. !,IJp72 mlqnah, mik-naw'; fem. of 4735;

prop, a buying, i.e. acquisition; concr.
a piece of property (land or living); also the sum
paid:— (he that is) bought, possession, piece, pur-

4737. ir,P3p7p Mlqn,yaliiiw, mik-nay-yaw' '-

hoo; from 4785 and 3050; possession
ofjah; Miknejah, an Isr.:— Mikneiah.

4738. dDp7p mlqcam, mik-sawm'; from 7080; an

augury: — divination.

4739. Vp_73 OTaqats, maw-kats'; from 7112; end;

Makats, a place in Pal.:— Makaz.

4740. 3?ilSp ; 72 maqtsowa', mak-tso'-ah; or

?i£p73 maqtsoa?, mak-tso'-ah; or (fem.)

M5,!Stp73 maqtso'ah, mak-tso-aw 1 ; from
7106 in the denom. sense of bending,
an angle or recess: — corner, turning.

4741. 713,3£p72 niaqtsu'ab., mak-tsoo-aw' ; from

7106; a scraper, i.e. a carving
chisel:— plane.

4742. !,!5,3tp73 m e qats«ab., mek-oots-aw' ; from

7106 in the denom. sense of bend-
ing; an angle: — corner.

4743. pp7J maqaq, maw-kaW; a prim, root; to

melt; flg. toxoid, dwindle, vanish: — con-
sume away, be corrupt, dissolve, pine away.
,lp)3 maqor. See 4726.

4744. N,1pB miqra', mik-raw 1 ; from 7121; some.

thing called out, i.e. a public meeting
(the act, the persons, or the place); also areAearsaZ;—
assembly, calling, convocation, reading.

4745. Tl'lpTi mlqreh. mik-reh'; from 7136; Bome.

thing wet with, i.e. an accident or for.
tune;— something befallen, befalletb, chan ce, event,
hap (-peneth).




4746. !,H}5M m e qareb, mek-aw-reh'; from 7186;

prop, something meeting, i.e. a frame
(of timbers) :— building.

4747. !T,I)5M m e qeTah, mek-ay-rau,; from the

same as 7119; a cooling off:— X sum-

aJP.b moqesb. See 4170.

4748. FTOJJ5M mlqsbeh, mik-sheh'; from 7185 in

the sense of knotting up round and
hard; something turned (rounded), i.e. a curl (of
tresses):— X well [set] hair.

4749. ImiyjyiS miqsbah, mik-shaw'; fern, of 4748;

rounded work, i.e. moulded by ham-
mering (repousse):— beaten (out of one piece, work),
upright, whole piece.

4750. Fillip? miqsbah, mik-shaw'; denom. from

7160; lit. a encumbered field, i.e. a cu-
cumber patch:— garden of cucumbers.

4751. ,TO mar, mar; or (fem.)

},I1M mar all, maw-raw 1 ; from 4843; bitter
(lit. or fig.); also (as noun) bitterness, or
(adv.) bitterly: — ,,,,,,,,- angry, bitter (-ly, -ness), chafed,
discontented, x great, heavy.

4752. ,M mar, mar; from 4843 in its orig. sense

of distillation; a drop: — drop.
475S. ,|M mor, more; or

,11M mdwr, more; from 4843; myrrh (as
distilling in drops, and also as bitter): —

4754. fct,lM mara', maw-raw 1 ; a prim, root; to

rebel; hence (through the idea of mal-
treating) to whip, i.e. lash (self with wings, as the
ostrich in running):— be filthy, lift up self.

4755. NT3 Mara.', maw-raw'; for 4751 fem. ; bit-

ter; Mara, a symbol, name of Naomi: —

4756. N'lM marc' (Chald.), maw-ray 1 ; from a

root corresp. to 4754 in the sense of dom-
ineering; a master: — lord, Lord.
N'lM mora'. See 4172.

4757. Ty,b3 TtthH M,r6'dak Bal'adan,

mer-o-dak' bal-aw-dawn' ; of
for. der.; Merodak-Baladan, a Bab. king: — Mero-
dach-baladan. Comp. 4781.

4758. itStTI? mar'eh, mar-eh'; from 7200; a view

(the act of seeing); also an appear-
ance (the thing seen), whether (real) a shape (espec.
if handsome, comeliness; often plur. the looks), or
(mental) a vision: — X apparently, appearance (-reth),
X as soon as beautiful (-ly), countenance, fair, fa-
voured, form, goodly, to look (up) on (to), look [-eth],
pattern, to see, seem, sight, visage, vision.

4759. fWlM mar'ah, mar-aw'; fem. of 4758; a

vision; also (causat.) a mirror:— look-
ing glass, vision.

4760. FlN'TO mar'ah., moor-aw'; appar. fem.

pass, causat. part, of 7200; something
conspicuous, i.e. the craw of a bird (from its promi-
nence):— crop.

flN1M° M e r,6wn. See 8118.

4761. STBNIM mar'ashah, mar-aw-shaw 1 ; de-

nom. from 7218; prop, headship, i.e.
(plur. for collect.) dominion:— principality.
4762 H,N'-IM Mar'eshah, mar-ay-shaw 1 ; or

SllB,lM Mareshah, mar-ay-shaw'; formed
like 4761; summit; Mareshah, the
name of two Isr. and of a place in Pal. :— Mareshah.

4763. rTBN'l'P m°ra'ashah mer-ah-ash-aw' ;

formed like 4761; prop, a head-
piece, i.e. (plur. for adv.) at (or as) the head-rest
(or pillow):— bolster, head, pillow. Comp. 4772.

4764. SIM OTerab, may-rawb'; from 7231; in-

crease; Jlerab, a daughter of Saul:—

4765. TJTQ marbad, mar-bad'; from 7234; a

coverlet:— covering of tapestry.

4766. ilS'lM marbeb, mar-beh'; from 7235; prop.

increasing; as noun, greatness, or

(adv.) greatly,-— great, increase,

4767. S13T3 mlrbah, meer-baw'; from 7235;

abundance, i.e. a great quantity:—

4768. efTTQ marbtytb, mar-beeth'; from 7235;

a multitude; also offspring; spec, in-
terest (on capital):— greatest part, greatness, increase,

4769. Y,% marbets, mar-bates'; from 7857; a

reclining place, Le. fold (for flocks):—
couching place, place to lie down.

4770. p3,1M marbeq, mar-bake'; from an unused

root mean, to tie up; a stall (for cat-
tle):— X fat (-ted), stall.

iHM moras See 4173.

4771. Siirta margdwa«, mar-go'-ah; from 7380;

a resting place:— rest.

4772. tTJ-VlM marg,lab, mar-ghel-aW '; denom.

from 7272; (plur. for collect.) a foot-
piece, i.e. (adv.) at the foot, or (direct.) the foot it-
self :— feet. Comp. 4763.

4773. rTOSTa M»arg6mab, mar-gay-maw 1 ; from

7875; a stone-heap:— sling.

4774. MM,M marge'ah, mar-gay-aw'; from

7880; rest:— refreshing.

4775. TIM marad, maw-rod'; a prim, root; to

rebel:— rebel (-lious).

4776. TIM m e rad (Chald.), mer-ad'; from a root

corresp. to 4775; rebellion:— rebellion.

4777. TIM mered, meh'-red; from 4775; rebell-

ion:— rebellion.

4778. TIM Mered, meh'-red; the same as 4777;

Mered, an Isr. :— Mered.

4779. TIM marad (Chald.), maw-rawd'; from

the same as 4776; rebellious:— rebellious.

4780. fllTlM marduwth, mar-dooth'; from

4775; rebelliousness: — X rebellious.

4781. TlHM M«r6dab, mer-o-dawk 1 ; of for. der.;

Merodak, a Bab. idol:— Merodach.
Comp. 4757.

4782. ,,ST™ Mord«kay, mor-dek-ah'ee; of for.

der. ; Mordeccti, an Isr. : — Mordecai.

4783. E]T?M mnrdaph, moor-dawf; from 7291;

persecuted:— persecuted.

4784. !TnM marah, maw-raw?; a prim, root; to

be (caus. make) bitter (or unpleasant) ;
(fig.) to rebel (or resist; causat. to provoke):— bitter,
change, be disobedient, disobey, grievously, provoca-
tion, provoke (ing), (be) rebel (against, -lious).

4785. f1T3 Marab, maw-raw'; the same as 4751

fem.; bitter; Marah, a place in the
Desert:— Marah.

■TIM Moreh. See 4175.

4786. !YlM marab, mo-raw 1 ; from 4843; bitter-

ness, i.e. (fig.) frouMe.-— grief.

4787. iTjM inorrah, mor-raw'; a form of 4786;

trouble:— bitterness.

4788. TlTJ maruwd, maw,rood'; from 7800 In

the sense of maltreatment; an outcast;
(abstr.) destitution: — cast out, misery.

4789. n,1H Merowz. may-roze'; of uncert. der. ;

Meroz, a place in Pal.:— Meroz.

4790. (TVlM mrowarh mer-o-akh'; from 4799;

bruised, i.e. emasculated:— broken.

4791. di,lM marfiwm, maw-rome'; from 7311;

altitude, i.e. concr. (an elevated place),
abstr. (elevation), flg. (elation), or adv. (aloft):— (tax)
above, dignity, haughty, height, (most, on) high
(one, place), loftily, upward.

4792. fiilM Merowm, may,rome'; formed like

4791; height; Merom, a lake in Pal.:—

4793. yiTa merowtl may-rotes': from 7323; a

run (the trial of speed):— race.

4794. itSJYTO m, ru vvt sail mer-oo-tsaw'; or

!,I5TnM m e rutsah, mer-oo-tsaw'; fem. of

4793; a race (the act), whether the

manner or the progress:— course, running. Comp.

4795. pilM marnwq, maw-rook 1 ; from 4888;
prop, rubbed; but used abstr.! a rub.
bing (with perfumery):— purification.
ThH m'rowr. See 4844.

flTlM m e rowrab. See 4846.


plur. of

Maroth, a

rfllM Marowtb, maw-rohth';
4751 fem.; bitter springs;
place in PaL:— Maroth.

4797. HTTp mlrzacb, meer-zakh'; from an un-

used root mean, to scream; a cry, i.e.
(of joy), a revel:— banquet.

4798. D.flM marzeach, mar-zay'-akh; formed

like 4797; a cry, i.e. (of grief) a fomen-
tation;— mourning.

4799. ITlM maracb, maw-rakh'; a prim, root;

prop, to soften by rubbing or pressure;
hence (medicinally) to apply as an emollient:— lay for

4800. I31T1M merchab, mer-khawb'; from 7387;

enlargement, either lit. (an open
space, usually in a good sense), or flg. (liberty):—
breadth, large place (room).

4801. pI,HM merchaq, mer-khawk 1 ; from 7368;

remoteness, i.e. (concr.) a distant
place; often (adv.) from afar:— (a-, dwell in, very)
far (country, off). See also 1028.

4802. ri1BnT3 marchesheth, mar-kheh'-sheth;

from 7870; a stew-pan:— fryingpan-

4803. UT2 marat, maw-rat'; a prim, root; to

polish; by impl. to make bald (the
head), to gall (the shoulder); also, to sharpen:—
bright, furbish, (have his) hair (be) fallen oft, peeled,
pluck off (hair).

4804. U1M m e raf (Chald.), mer-at'; corresp. to

4803; to pull oft:— be plucked.

4805. ,,,IM m e riy, mer-ee'; from 4784; bitterness,

i.e. (fig.) rebellion; concr. bitter, or re-
bellious:— -bitter, (most) rebel (-lion, -lious).

4806. N,M m e riy', mer-ee'; from 4754 in the sense

of crossness, through the idea of domi-
neering (comp. 4756); stall-fed; often (as noun) a
beeve:— fat (fed) beast (cattle, -ling).

4807. b?a S,M M c riyb Baal, mer-eeb 1 bah'-

al; from 7378 and 1168; quarreller
of Baal; Merib-Baal, an epithet of Gideon: — Merib-
baal. Comp. 4810.

FET'TO m e riybah, mer-ee-6au,'; from

7378; quarrel: — provocation, strife.
J,iyTM M e rf ybah, mer-ee-baw'; the same
as 4808; Meribah, the name of two
places in the Desert:— Meribah.

4810. ,53 ,+JS M e rly Ba'al, mer-ee 1 bah',U;

from 4805 and 1168; reoettion oj
(i.e. against) Baal; Meri-Baal, an epithet of Gid-
eon:— Merl-baal. Comp. 4807.

4811. fT'lM M c rayah, mer-aw-yawf; from 4784;

rebellion; Merajah, an Isr. :— Meraiah.
Comp. 8236.

r,PT3 Moriyah. See 4179.

4812. riT'lM M e ray6wth, mer-aw-yohth' ; plur.

of 4811; rebellious; Merajoth, the
name of two Isr.:— Meraiotb.

4813. V~fli Mlryam, meer-yawm'; from 4805;

rebelliously; Mirjam, the name of two
Israelitessesr— Miriam.

4814. niT,M m e riyruwth, mer-ee-rooth';

from 4843; bitterness, i.e. (flg.)
grief:— bitterness.

4815. , I T',1M m e riyriy, mer-ee-ree'; from 4843;

bitter, i.e. poisonous: — bitter.

4816. '3HM mdrek, mo'-rek; perh. from 7401;

softness, i.e. (flg.) fear:— faintness.

4817. SB'IM merbab, mer-kawV; from 7398; &

chariot; also a seat (in a vehicle): —
chariot, covering, saddle.

4818. tiaS'HM merbabab, mer-kaw-baw' ; fem.

of 4817; a chariot:— chariot. See also

4819. rijb'lM markoletb, mar-ko'-leth; from

7408; a mart:— merchandise.






JTO'TO mlrmah, meer-maw'; from 7411 in
the sense of deceiving; fraud: — craft,
deceit (-ful, -fully), false, feigned, guile, subtilly,

4821. ft53,l?3 Mirmab, meer-maw 1 ; the same as
4830; Mirmah, an Isr.:— Mirma.

4832. ITtoTn M e r«5m6wtb, mer-ay-mohth' ;

plur. from 7311; heights; Meremoth,
the name of two Isr :— Meremoth.

4823. 073,73 mirma,;, meer-mawce 1 ; from 7439;

abasement (the act or the thing):—
tread (down) -ing, (to be) trodden (down) under foot.

4824. ,'ribin lU&rdndtbiy, may-rchno-thee' ;

patrial from an unused noun; aMero-
nothite, or inhab. of some (otherwise unknown) Mero-
noth: — Meronothite.

4825. 0173 Mere,;, meh'-res; of for. der.; Meres,

aPers.;— Meres.

4826. N3D173 Marc e na,, mar-sen-aw 1 ; of for.

der.; Marsena, a Pers.:— Marsena.

4827. Tya mera', may-rah'; from 7489; used as

(abstr.) noun, wickedness:— do mischief.

4828. 5|173 m6r«sa,, may-ray'-ah; from 7462 in

the sense of companionship; a friend: —
companion, friend.

4829. !,W,173 mir'eli, meer-eh'; from 7462 in the

sense of feeding; pasture (the place or
the act); also the haunt of wild animals:— feeding
place, pasture.

4830. IT'S,!)? mlr'iytb, meer-eeth'; from 7462 in

the sense of feeding; pasturage;
concr. a. flock:— flock, pasture.

4831. Flb?n73 OTar'alaU, mar-al-aw'; from 7477;

perh. earthquake; Maralah, a place
in Pal.:— Maralah.

4832. NS,TO marp,,, mar-pay 1 ; from 7495; prop.

curative, i.e. lit. (concr.) a medicine,
or (abstr.) a cure; fig. (concr.) deliverance, or (abstr.)
placidity:— ([in-]) cure (-able), healing (-1th), remedy,
sound, wholesome, yielding.

4833. U3EH73 mirpas, meer-paws'; from 7515;

muddled water:— that which . . . have

4834. V173 marats, maw-rats'; a prim, root;

prop, to press, i.e. (fig.) to be pungent
or vehement; to irritate: — embolden, be forcible,
grievous, sore.

4835. SlUtlM m e rutsal», mer-oo-tsaw' ; from

7533; oppression: — violence. See also

4836. ?2t173 marts£a«, mar-tsay'-ah; from 7527;

an awl:— aul.

4837. fiBSfclT? martsepbetb, mar-tseh'-feth;

from 7528; a pavement: — pavement.

4838. J5173 maraq, maw-rak'; a prim, root; to

polish; by impl. to sharpen; also to
rinse:— bright, furbish, scour.

4839. p173 maraq, maw-rawk'; from 4838; soup

(as if a rinsing) : — broth. See also 6564.

4840. Hp173 merqach, mer-kawkh'; from 7543;

a spicy herb: — X sweet.

4841. S,Itlj5173 merqacbah, mer-kaw-khaw' ,

fem. of 4840; abstr. a seasoning
(with spicery); concr. an unguent-kettle (for prepar-
ing spiced oil):— pot of ointment, X well.

4842. nn]?,TO mlrqacbatb, meer-kakh'-ath;

from 7543; an aromatic unguent;
also an unguent-pot: — prepared by the apothecaries'
art, compound, ointment.

4843. 1153 marar, maw-rar'; a prim, root; prop.

to trickle [see 4752] ; but used only as a
denom. from 4751; to be (causat. make) bitter (lit. or
fig.):— (be, be in, deal, have, make) bitter (-ly, -ness),
be moved with choler, (be, have sorely, it) grieved
(-eth), provoke, vex.

4844. 1173 m e r6r, mer-ore'; or

11173 m e r6wr, mer-ore'; from 4848; a
bitter herb:— bitter (-ness).

4845. Fill?? m e r«srah, mer-ay-raw 1 ; from 4843;

bile (from its bitterness):— gall.
HI 1 !?? m e r6rab, mer-o-raw 1 ; or

!,J1i173 m e rdwrah, mer-o-raw'; from
4843; prop, bitterness; concr. a bitter
thing; spec, bile; also venom (of a serpent):— bitter
(thing), galL

4847. ,IIT? M e raxty, mer-cito-ree'; from 4843;

bitter; Merari, an Isr.:— Merari. See
also 4848.

4848. ,'IIT? M,ariy, mer-aw-ree 1 ; from 4847; a

Merarite (collect.), or desc. of Mera-
ri:— Merarites.

mzhtt lUaresbab. See 4762.

4849. ri3,12?173 mirsba'atb, meer-shah'-ath;

from 7561; a female wicked doer:—
wicked woman.

4850. Q?n173 M. e rathaylm, mer-aw-thah'-yim;

dual of 4751 fem.; double bitterness;
Merathajim, an epithet of Babylon:— Merathaim.

4851. 12373 Mash, mash; of for. der.; Mash, a son

of Aram, and the people desc. from
him:— Mash.

4852. K1B73 Mesha', may-sham'; of for. der.;

Mesha, a place in Arabia:— Mesha.

4853. N1I373 massa.', mas-saw'; from 5375; a

burden; spec, tribute, or (abstr.) porter-
age; flg. an utterance, chiefly a doom, espec. sing-
ing; mental, ,lcsire: — burden, carry away, prophecy,
X they set, song, tribute.

4854. N1I372 Massa', mas-saw'; the same as 4853;

T — W.I '

burden; Massa, a son of Ishmael:—


4855. N1BM mashsba', mash-shaw'; from 5383;

a loan; by impl. interest on a debt: —
exaction, usury.

4856. NTS!? niasso', mas-sof; from 5375; par-

tiality (as a lifting up):— respect.

4857. SN12373 mash'ab, mash-awb'; from 7579; a

trough for cattle to drink from:—
place of drawing water.

ilNiap m e sbo'ah. See 4875.

4858. !,INil373 massa'ab, mas-saw-aw'; from

5375; a conflagration (from the rising
of smoke):— burden.

4859. J1N1S7? masbsha'ah, mash-shaw-aw' ;

fem. of 4855; a loan:— X any [-thing],

J-iNJgp mashshu'ab. See 4876.

4860. ]iN1IS72 masksha'own. mash-shaw-ohn';

from 5377; dissimulation:— deceit.

4861. bN1D73 Mish'al, mish-awl'; from 7592; re-

quest; Mishal, a place in Pal. :— Mishal,
Misheal. Comp. 4913.

4862. !,lbN12373 mlsh'alah, mish-aw-law 1 ; from

7592; a request: — desire, petition.

4863. n1N123J3 misb'eretb, mish-eh'-reth; from

7604 in the orig. sense of swelling; a
kneading-trough (in which the dough rises):— knead-
ing trough, store.

4864. 21X12373 mas'eth, mas-ayth'; from 5375;

prop, (abstr.) a raising (as of the
hands in prayer), or rising (of flame); flg. an utter-
ance; concr. a beacon (as raised); a present (as
taken), mess, or tribute; fig. a reproach (as a bur-
den):— burden, collection, sign of fire, (great) flame,
gift, lifting up, mess, oblation, reward.
23,12373 moshab. See 4186.



TG'B'n m e sbubah. See 4878.


riSSaiDM mishb e tsa.b, mish-bets-aw' ;

from 7660; a brocade; by anal, a
(reticulated) setting of a gem:— ouch, wrought.

4866. 1212373 mlsbber, mish-bare'; from 7665;

the orifice of the womb (from which
the foetus breaks forth):— birth, breaking forth.

4867. 1312373 mishbar, mish-bawr'; from 7665; a

breaker (of the sea):— billow, wave.
21312373 mlsbbatb, mish-bawth' ; from 7673;
cessation, i.e. destruction:— sabbath.

. 3S12573 misg&h, mis-gawb'; from 7682; prop,
a cliff (or other lofty or inaccessible
place); abstr. altitude; fig. a refuge: — defence, high
fort (tower), refuge.

4869; Misgab, a place in Moab:— Misgab.
!,1312373 mlshgeb, mish,gay'; from 7686; an
error: — oversight.

4871. FI12J73 masbah, maw-shaw 1 ; a prim, root;

T T to pull out (lit. or flg.):— draw (out),
draw (out).

4872. !,I12373 Mosheb, mo-sheh'; from 4871; draw-

ing out (of the water), i.e. rescued;
Mosheh, the Isr. lawgiver:— Moses.

4873. 2112373 Mosheb (Chald.), mo-sheh'; corresp.

to 4872:— Moses.

4874. n,J372 masbsbeb, mash-sheh'; from 5383;

a debt: — |- creditor.

4875. !,I8il2373 m e show'ah, mesh-o-aw 1 ; or

f!N25?3 m'sho'ali. mesh-o-aw'; from the
' same as 7722; (a) ruin, abstr. (the act)
or concr. (the wreck) : — desolation, waste.

4876. !,IOTt2372 niashshuWab, mash-shoo-aw, ';

T1N1B33 mashshii'ah, mash-shoo-aw 1 '; for
4875; ruin: — desolation, destruction.

4877. aaiffi'n M'showbab, mesh-o-bawb'; from

' 7725; returned; .MesAooao, an Isr.:—

4878. HaiUJ73 m e shuwbah, mesh-oo-baw' ; or

212112333 m e shubah, mesh-oobaw' ; from
7725; apostasy:— backsliding, turninft

4879. 213112373 m e shuwgah, mesh-oo-gaw' ; from

an unused root mean, to stray; mis-
take: — error.

4880. 23112373 mashowt, maw-shote'; or

23112373 mishshowf, mish-shote'; from

7751 ; an oar: — oar.
2123,112373° m e suwkab, mes-oo-kaw 1 ; or

213312373 mcsukab, mes-oo-kaw,; from 7753;

a hedge:— hedge.
210, 112373° m'shnwcah, mesh-oo-saw 1 '; from
an unused root mean, to plunder;
spoliation ,—spoil.

4883. 1111373 massdwr, mas-sore'; from an un-

used root mean, to rasp; a saw:— saw.

4884. SrTjItaa m e siiwrah, mes-oo-raw 1 ; from an

unused root mean, appar. to divide;
a measure (for liquids): — measure.

4885. 113112333 masons, maw-soce'; from 7797; de-

light, concr. (the cause or object) or
abstr. (the feeling):— joy, mirth, rejoice.

4886. (112373 mashach, maw-shakh'; a prim, root;

to rub with oil, i.e. to anoint; by impl.
to consecrate; also to paint: — anoint, paint.

4887. ni2J7p m e sbacb (Chald.), mesh-akh'; from

a root corresp. to 4886; oil:— oil.

4888. 212111373 misbcbab, meesh-khaw'; or

21)112373 mosbcbab, mosh-khaw 1 ; from
4886; unction (the act); by impl. a
consecratory gift:— (to be) anointed (-tag), ointment.

4889. rVTlilJa masbcbiytb, mash-kheeth' ;

from 7843; destructive, i.e. (as noun)
destruction, lit. (spec, a snare) or flg. (oomtpWon):—
corruption, (to) destroy (-ing), destruction, trap,
X utterly.

4890. T?tTO73 miscbaq, mis-khawk'; from 7831; a

laughing-stock:— scorn.

4891. 1)111373 mlsbcbar, mish-khawr 1 ; from

7836 in the sense of day breaking;
dawn:— morning.

4892. rinUJ73 mashchetb, mash-khayth'; for
4889; destruction: — destroying.

4893. nnia'73 misbcbatb, mish-khawth' ; or

ntlU373 mosbcbatb, mosh-khawth' ; from
7843; disfigurement: — corruption,

4894. rjitaaSM mlsbtowacb, mish-to'-akh; or

nUTJ373 mlsbfacb, mish-takh'; from
7849; a spreading-place:— (to) spread
(forth, -ing, upon).

4895. STjUtXM maslemah, mas-tay-maw' ;
from the same as 7850; enmity:—





4896. ,itffij?? mlshtar, mish-tawr 1 ; from 7860;

jurisdiction:— dominion.

4897. ,,Ilia meshiy, meh'-shee; from 4871; «tt

(as drawn from the cocoon):— silk.
,,IPO OTfishty See 4187.

4898. bsanajia M e sheyaab»el, mesh-ay-zab-

ale'; from an equiv. to 7804 and
410; delivered of Ood; Meshezabei, an Isr.:— Meshe-

4899. l?,? m&ahiyaeh, maw-shee'-alea; from

4886; anointed; usually a consecrated
person (as a king;, priest, or saint); spec, the Mes-
eiah:— anointed, Messiah.

4900. TjlBO mashate, ?naw-rftafc'; a prim, root;

to dra«), used in a great variety of
applications (includ. to sow, to sound, to prolong,
to develop, to march, to remove, to delay, to fie tall,
etc.):— draw (along, out), continue, defer, extend,
forbear, X give, handle, make (pro-, sound) long,
X sow, scatter, stretch out.

4901. TJISB meshek, meh'-shek; from 4900; a

sowing,, also a possession; — precious,

4902. TITOS Meshiek, meh'-shek; the same in form

as 4901, but prob. of for. der. ; Meshek,
a son of Japheth, and the people desc. from him:—
Mesech, Hesbech.

4903. n31iS73 mlslikah (Chald.), mush- ,tab 1 ; cor-

resp. to 4904; a bed:— bed.

4904. 31312573 mlskkab, mUh-kawb'; from 7901;

a 6ed (fig. a tier); abstr. steep; by
euphem. carnal intercourse;— bed ([-chamber]),
couch, lieth (lying) with.

TOiBO m e sukah. See 4881.

4905. V,tafi maskiyl, mos-fceel'; from 7919;

instructive, I.e. a didactic poem:—

C31272 mashkiym. See 7925.

4906. rPSillft maskiyth, mas-keetW ; from the

same as 7906; a figure (carved on
stone, the wall, or any object); fig. imagination: —
conceit, image (-ry), picture, X wish.

4907. ,jaiaa mlghkan (Chald.), mish-kari; cor-

resp. to 4908; residence;— habitation.

4908. ,|312?B, mish-kawn'; from 7931;

a residence (includ. a shepherd's hut,
the lair of animals, fig. the grave; also the Temple) ;
spec, the Tabernacle (prop, its wooden walls): —
dwelleth, dwelling (place), habitation, tabernacle,

4909. rHSiaa maskdreth, mas-koh',refh; from

7936; wages or a reward:— reward,

4910. 31BB mashal, maw-sAal'; a prim, root; to

rule; — Chave, make to have) dominion,
governor, X indeed, reign, (bear, cause to, have) rule
(-tag, -r), have power.

4911. 3125a mashal, maw-shal'; denom. from 4912;

to Itfcen, i.e. (trans.) to use figurative
language (an allegory, adage, song or the like);
intrans. to resemble.— be (come) like, compare, use
(as a) proverb, speak (in proverbs), utter.

4912. 31)312 mashal, mow-shawl'; appar. from

4910 in some orig. sense of superiority
In mental action; prop, a pithy maorim, usually of a
metaphorical nature; hence a simile (as an adage,
poem, discourse):— byword, like, parable, proverb.

4913. 3125a Mashal, maw-shawl'; for 4861; Ma-

T T '

sftal, a place in Pal. '.—Mashal.

4914. 3125)2 mHhowl, mesh-ol'; from 4911; a

satire;— byword.

4915. 3125ft mdshel, mo'-shel; (1) from 4910; em-

pire; (2) from 4911; a. parallel: — domin-
ion, like.

D3T31I513 mlshlowsh. See 7969.

4916. Olbttia mlshlowach, mish-lo'-akh; or

tpl2572 mlshloacb, mish-lo'-akh; also

riblpa mishlach, mish-lawkh'; from 7971;
a sending out, i.e. (abstr.) presenta-
tion (favorable), or seizure (unfavorable); also
(concr.) a place of dismissal, or a business to be dis-
charged:— to lay, to put, sending (forth), to set.

4917. nnblBa mlshlachath, mish-lakh'-ath;

fern, of 4916; a mission, i.e. (abstr.
and favorable) release, or (concr. and unfavorable)
an army:— discharge, sending.

4918. tij,l2J72 jffl e shnllam, mesh-ool-lawm' ; from

7999; allied; Meshullam, the name of
seventeen Isr. :— Meshullam.

4919. rmfeffil? m«shlllem6wth, mesh-U-lav-

mohth'; plur. from 7999; reconcilia-
tions:— Meshillemoth, an Isr. :— Meshillemoth. Comp.

4920. t-pabTO? meshelemyah, roesn-efc-lem-

yaw 1 ; or
ItTabjIJa M e shelemyahuw, mesh-eh-
lem-yaW -two; from 7999 and 3050;
ally ofjah; Meshelemjah, an Isr. :— Meshelemiah.

4921. mKfelffl? OT 6 shlllemiyth, mesh-il-lay-

meeth'; from 7999; reconciliation}
Meshillemith, an Isr. : — Meshillemith. Comp. 4919.

4922. nKfcttia Jfreshullemeth, mesh-ool-leh'-

meth; fern, of 4918; Meshullemeth,
an Israelitess:— Meshullemeth.

4923. !17|12372 m e shammah, mesh-am-maw 1 ';

from 8074; a waste or amazement:—
astonishment, desolate.

4924. ,]ai2513 mashman, mash-mawn'; from

8080; fat, i.e. (lit. and abstr.) fatness;
but usually (fig. ana concr.; a rich dish, a fertile
field, a robust man:— fat (one, -ness, -test, -test place).

4925. 5137312573 Mishmannah, mish-man-naw' ;

from 8080; fatness; Mashmannah,
an Isr. :— Mishmannah.

4926. S73125B niiihma,. mish-maw 1 ; from 8085; a

t : ■

report: — hearing,

4927. yi312373 Miahma!, mish-maw'; the same as
4926; Mishma, the name of a son of

Ishmael, and of an Isr.:— Mishma.

4928. ny7212372 mlshma'ath, mish-mah'-ath;

fern, of 4926; audience, i.e. the royal
court; also obedience, i.e. (concr.) a subject:— bidding,
guard, obey.

4929. 17311573 ml, lunar mish-mawr'; from 8104';

a guard (the man, the post, or the
prison); fig. a. deposit; also (as observed) a usage
(abstr.), or an example (concr.):— diligence, guard,
office, prison, ward, watch.

4930. 51,17311572 m.i-m' rail, mas-mer-aw'; for

4548 fern.; a peg: — nail.

4931. rV~;721,J72 mlshmereth, mish-meh'-reth;

fern, of 4929; watch, i.e. the act (cus-
tody) or (concr.) the sentry, the post; obj. preserva-
tion, or (concr.) safe; fig. observance, i.e. (abstr.) duty,
or (obj.) a usage or party:— charge, keep, to be kept,
office, ordinance, safeguard, ward, watch.

4932. 51312572 mlshneh, mish-neh'; from 8138;

prop, a repetition, i.e. a duplicate
(copy of a document), or a double (in amount); by
impl. a second (in order, rank, age, quality or loca-
tion):— college, copy, double, fatlings, next, second
(order), twice as much.

4933. 51312)73 m e ehiccah, mesh-is-saw'; from

8155; plunder: — booty, spoil.

4934. 31912312 mlsh,6wl, misft-ole'; from the

same as 8168; a hollow, i.e. a narrow
passage:— path.

4935. ,WlJa mish'iy, mish-ee'; prob. from 8159;

inspection:— to supple.

4936. t)S,125?2 iaisb'am, mish-awm 1 ; appar. from

8159; inspection; JMisftam, an Isr. :—

4937. 1S125B mlsb'en, mish-ane'; or

,rfOli mish'an, mish-awn'; from 8172; a
support (concr.), i.e. (fig.) a protector
or sustenance:— stay.

4938. 513,,125B miKti'eiiah, mish-ay-naw' '; or

rD512572 mlsb'eneth, mish,h'-neth; fem.
of 4987; support (abstr.), i.e. (fig.)
sustenance or (concr.) a walking-stick:— staff.

4939. tlStoa mlspach, mis-pawkh'; from 5596;

slaughter: — oppression.

4940. 5D1B12572 mlahpachah, mish-paw-khaw';

from 8192 [comp. 8198]; a family.

i.e. circle of relatives; fig. a class (of persons), a spe.
cies (of animals) or sort (of things); by extens. a tribe
or people:— family, kind (-red).

4941. DB12573 mlshpat, mish-pawt'; from 8199;

prop, a uerdicl (favorable or unfa-
vorable) pronounced judicially, espec. a sentence or
formal decree (human or [partic] divine law, indi-
vidual or collect.), includ. the act, the place, the suit,
ftp frim,.and the penalty; abstr. justice, includ. a
partic. right, or privilege (statutory 3, customary), or
even a style:— + adversary, ceremony, charge,
X crime, custom, desert, determination, discretion,
disposing, due, fashion, form, to be judged, judg-
ment, just (-ice, -ly), (manner of) law (-ful), manner,
measure, (due) order, ordinance, right, sentence,
usest, x worthy, + wrong.

4942. 151312)73 mlshpath, mUh-pawth'; from

8192; a stall for cattle (only dual):—
burden, sheepfold.

4943. pl2513 megheq, meh'-shek; from an unused

root mean, to hold; possession:—
+ steward.

4944. pi2?B mashahaq, mash-shawk'; from 8264;

a traversing, i.e. rapid motion:— run
ning to and fro.

4945. 51pl2J72 mashqeh, mash-keh'; from 8248;

prop, causing to drink, i.e. a butler;
by impl. (intrans.) drink (itself) ; fig. a well-watered
region:— butler (-ship), cupbearer, drink (-ing), fat
pasture, watered.

4946. ?ipTO? mlshqowl, wish-kale 1 ; from 8254;

weight:— weight.

4947. t|ipl2573 mashqowph, mash-kofe'; from

8259 in its orig. sense of overhang-
ing; a lintel: — lintel, upper door post.

4948. 3J312572 mlahqal, mish-kawl'; from 8254;

weight (numerically estimated) ; hence,
weighing (the act):— (full) weight.

4949. rfc]?TB72 mlshqeleth, mish-keh'-leth; or

rftplI572 mlsbqoleth, mish-ko'-leth; fem.
of 4948 or 4947; a weight, i.e. a plum-
met (with line attached):— plummet.

4950. »p r 12372 mtshqa.% misli-Jcaw'; from 8257;

a settling place (of water), i.e. a
pond:— deep.

4951. !,HiSB in Isr all. mis-raw'; from 8280; em-

pire; — government,

4952. nil!572 mlshrah, mish-raw 1 ; from 8281 in

the sense of loosening; maceration,
i.e. steeped juice:— liquor.

4953. ,'pil'IST? mashrdwqiy (Chald.), mas7i-ro-

kee'; from a root eorresp. to 8319; a
(musical) pipe (from its whistling sound):— flute.

4954. ,, y'111373 Ittlshra'iy, mish-raw-ee' ; patrial

from an unused noun from an un-
used root; prob. mean, to stretch out; extension; a
Mishraite, or inhab. (collect.) of Mishra:— Misnraites.

4955. SlBllDa mlsraphah, mis-raw-faw' ; from

8313; combustion, i.e. cremation (of
a corpse), or calcination (of lime):— burning.

4956. a,72 niEnta inisrephowth maylin,

mis-ref-ohth' mah'-yim; from
the plur. of 4955 and 4325; burnings of water; Mis-
rephoth-Majim, a place in Pal. :— Misrephoth-mayim.

4957. 71)5'niI573 Masreqah, mas-ray-kaw' ; a

form for 7796 used denom.; m'ne-
yard; Masrekah, a place in Idumsaa:— Masrekah.

4958. rTniIJ73 magreth, mas-rayth'; appar. from

an unused root mean, to perforate,
i.e. hollow out; a pan:— pan.

4959. 1231B73 mashash, maw-shash' ; a prim, root:

to feel of; by impl, to grope;— feel,
grope, search.

4960. tinlSa mlshteh, mish-teh'; from 8354;

drink; by impl. drinking (the act);
also (by impl.), a banquet or (gen.) feast:— banquet,
drank, drink, feast ([-ed], -ing).

4961. iinilJB mlshteh (Chald.), mish-teh'; eor-

resp. to 4960; a 6angue,;— banquet.

4962. HO math, math; from the same as 4970;

prop, an aduW (as of full length); by
impl. a man (only in the plur.): — tfew, x friends,
men, persons, X small.




4963. ISjITO mathbeb, math-bane'; denom. from

8401; straw in the heap:— straw.

4964. 5n?3 metbeg, meh'-theg; from an unused

root mean, to curb; a bit:— bit, bridle.

4965. rTONTl an?3 IKetbeg ba-' Amman,

meh'-theg haw-am-maw' ; from
4964 and 520 with the art. interposed; bit of the me-
tropolis; Metheg-ha-Ammah an epithet of Gath:—


4966. pinM mathowq, maw-thoKe'; or

pirm mathuwq, maw-thodk,; from 4985;
sweet: — sweet (-er, -ness).

4967. bNTIJinM lU e tbuwsba'£l, metA-oo-shaw-

! ate'; from 4962 and 410, with the
rel. interposed; man who (is) of God; Methushael, an
antediluvian patriarch:— Methusael.

4968. nVfflirin mnhnwsbelacb, meth-oo-

sheh'-lakh; from 4962 and 7973; man
of a dart; Methushelach, an antediluvian patri-
arch: — Methuselah.

4969. tin?J oiHthach. maio-thakh'; a prim, root;

to stretch out:— spread out.

4970. ,,rp2 matbay, maw-thah'ee; from an un-

used root mean, to extend; prop, extent
(of time); but used only adv. (espec. with other par-
ticles pref.), when (either rel. or interrog.):— long,

B,Tffl m e tbiym. See 4962.

4971. rOprVQ matbkonetk, math-ko'-neth; or

rOprTO matbkunetb, math-koo'-neth;
from 8505 in the transferred sense of
measuring,' proportion (in size, number or ingredi-
ents):— composition, measure, state, tale.

4972. SlNbjTO matt e la'ab, mat-tel-aw-aw' ;

from 4100 and 8513; what a
trouble ,;— what a weariness.

4973. inf Snn m e tball e ,ab, meth-al-leh-aw 1 ;

contr, from 3216; prop, a biter, i.e. a
tooth:— cheek (jaw) tooth, jaw.

4974. di,02 m'tliom, meth-ohm'; from 8552;

wholesomeness; also (adv.) complete-
ly:— men [by reading 4962], soundness.
,jrra Methen. See 4981.

4975. ,jrib motben, mo'-then; from an unused

root mean, to be slender; prop, the
waist or small of the back; only in plur. the loins:—
+ greyhound, loins, side.

4976. ,jFffl matt a ii, mat-tawn'; from 5414; a

present:— gift,[to give, reward.

4977. ,)ni3 Mattan, mat-tawn'; the same as 4976;

Mattan, the name of a priest of Baal,
and of an Isr.:— Mattan.

4978. MF1U matt e na, (Chald.), mat-ten-aW;

corresp. to 4979:— gift.

4979. n;n?2 mattanab, mat-taw-naw' ; fern, of

4976; a present; spec.'(ta a good sense)
a sacrificial offering, (in a bad sense) a bribe:— gift.

4980. !,!2rra mattanab, mat-taw-naw 1 ; the

same as 4979; Mattanah, a place in
the Desert:— Mattanah.

4981. ,'Sri? OTitbniy, mith-nee 1 ; prob. patrial

from an unused noun mean, slender-
ness; a Uithnite, or inhab. of Methen:— Mithnite.

4982. ,'JFlB M.att e nay, mat-ten-ah'ee; from 4976;

itoeroZ; Mattenai, the name of three
Isr.:— Mattenai.

4983. !,P3nU Mattanyab, mat-tan-yaw'; or

irP3CT3 OTattanyabirw, mat-tan-yaw' -
hoo; from 4976 and 3050; gt,t o, .,aft;
Mattanjah, the name of ten Isr. :— Mattaniah.
D,DrVQ motbnaylm. See 4975.

4984. (Si!53)nW mithnasse', mith-nas-say' ; from

5375; (used as abstr.) supreme exal-
tation:— exalted.

4985. pTO mathaq, maw-thak'; a prim, root;

to suck, by impl. to relish, or (tatrans.)
be tweet;— be (made, x take) sweet.
4986- p™ metbeq, meh'-thek; from 4985; fig.

pleasantness (of discourse):— sweet-

4987. pritt mdtbeq, mo'-thek; from 4985; sweet-
ness:— sweetness.

i. pD73 matbaq, maw-thawk'; from 4985; a
dainty, i.e. (gen,) food:— feed sweetly.

4989. rtp r nM Mitbqab, mith-kaw 1 ; fern, of 4987;

sweetness; Mithkah, a place in the
Desert:— Mithcah.

4990. nl1n?3 OTlthr«datb, mith-red-awth' ; of

Fers. origin; Mithredath, the name
of two Persians:— Mithredath.

4991. firm mattatb, mat-tawth'; fern, of 4976

abbrev.; a present: — gift, reward.

4992. tlFlFlM Mattattab, mat-tat-taw 1 ; for

4993; gift of Jah; Mattattah, an
Isr.:— Mattathah.

4993. (,PriPia Idattltbyab, mat-tith-yaW; or

liTTIFIM MattithyaJiuw, mat-tifft-jraw'-
hoo; from 4991 and 3050; gift of Jah;
Mattithjah, the name of four Isr.:— Mattithiah.

4994. N3 na», nam; a prim, particle of incitement

and entreaty, which may usually be
rendered I pray, now or then; added mostly to verbs
(in the Imperat. or Fut.), or to interj., occasionally to
an adv. or conj. :— I beseech (pray) thee (you), go to,
now, oh.

4995. N3 na,, naw; appar. from 5106 in the sense

of harshness from refusal; prop, tough,
i.e. uncooked (flesh) :— raw.

4996. & Nd,, no; of Eg. origin; No (i.e. Thebes),

the capital of Upper Egypt:— No. Comp.

4997. Tto no'd, node; or

11N3 nd'wd, node; also (fem.)
!T1«3 noMah no-daw 1 ; from an unused
root of uncert. signif.; a (skin or
leather) bag (for fluids):— bottle.

,Tlffl ne'darty. See 142.

4998. !,!N3 na'ab, naw-aw 1 ; a prim, root; prop.

to be at home, i.e. (by impl.) to be
pleasant (or suitable), i.e. beautiful:— be beautiful,
become, be comely.

4999. StSO na'ab, naw-aw'; from 4998; a home;

fig. a pasture:— habitation, house, pas-
ture, pleasant place.

5000. ST183 na'veb, naw-veh'; from 4998 or 5116; suitable, or beautiful:— be cometh, comely, seemly.

5001. DSC na'am, naw-am'; a prim, root; prop.

to whisper, i.e. (by impl.) to utter as an
oracle:— say.

5002. DN? n e ,nm, neh-oom'; from 5001; an

oracle:— (hath) said, saith.

5003. E1N3 na'apb, naw-af; a prim, root; to

commit adultery; fig. to apostatize:—
adulterer (-ess), commit (-tag) adultery, woman that
breaketh wedlock.

5004. C]Stt ni'nph, nee-oof; from 6003; adul-

tery:— adultery.

5005. t]1BK3 na'apbtrnpb, nah-af-oof; from

5008; adultery:— adultery.

5006. VSO na'ats, naw-ats'; a prim, root; to

scorn; or (Eccles. 12 : 5) by interch. for
5132, to bloom:— abhor, (give occasion to) blaspheme,
contemn, despise, flourish, X great, provoke.

5007. J1SN3 n e 'atsab, neh-aw-tsaw 1 '; or

5lSIf,3 ne'atsah, neh-aw-tsaw 1 ; from 5006;
scorn:— blasphemy.

5008. pN3 na'aq, naw-afc'; a prim, root; to

groan: — groan.

5009. STpM n e »aqab, neft-aw-fcaw'; from 5008; a

groan:— groaning.

5010. 1N3 na'ar, naw-ar'; a prim, root; to re-

ject:— abhor, make void.

5011. 313 Nob. nobe; the same as 5108; fruit; Nob,

a place in Pal. :— Nob.

5012. N33 naba', naw-baw 1 ; a prim, root; to

prophesy, i.e. speak (or sing) by inspira-
tion (in prediction or simple discourse):— prophesy
(-tnzX. make self a prophet.

5013. N33 n e ba, (Chald.), neb-aw'; corresp. to

5012 :— prophesy.

5014. 233 nabab, naw-baV; a prim, root; to

pierce; to be hollow, or (flg.) foolish:—
hollow, vain.

5015. 133 N e bdw, neb-o'; prob. of for. der.;

Nebo, the name of a Bab. deity, also of a
mountain in Moab, and of a place in Pal.:— Nebo.

5016. FKJ133 n e buw'ah, neb-oo-aw,; from 5012;

a prediction (spoken or written):—

5017. S18133 n e bnnr'ab (Chald.), neb-oo-aw;

corresp. to 5016; inspired teaching:—

5018. ffflSOf N«bAwzaradan, neb-oo-sar-

ad-awn'; of for. or.; iVebuzara-
dan, a Bab. general:— Nebuzaradan.

5019. 1SK313133 N«buwfc:adne,tstBar, neb-

oo-kad,nets-tsar 1 '; or
1SK31533 N'bukadnflMnar (2 Kings
24 : 1, 10), neb-oo-kad-nets-
tsar 1 ; or

1K313133 N e bnwkadnetstsar (Esth.
2:6; Dan. 1 : 18), neb-oo-Jsad-mefs-
tsar'; or

1SN113133 x e biiwkadre'tBt8ar, neb-

oo-kad-rets-tsar 1 ; or
1121811331313° N e buwkadre,tstao,,,,,,,,rr
' (Ezra 2 : 1; Jer. 49 : 28),
neb-oo-kadsrets-tsore' ; at for. der.; Nebukadnetstsar
(or -retstsar, or -retstsor), king of Babylon:— Nebu-
chadnezzar, Nebuchadrezzar.

5020. 1S31331313 N e b«wkadnetstsar (C!hald.),

neb-oo-fcod-nefs-fsar'; corresp. to
5019:— Nebuchadnezzar.

5021. ,)STTB133 N e bnW8hazban, neb-oo-shaz-

bawn'; of for. der.; Nebushazban,
Nebuchadnezzar's chief eunuch:— Nebushazban.

5022. m33 Nabowth, naw-both'; fem. plnr.

from the same as 5011; fruits; Naboth,
an Isr.:— Naboth.

5023. },,3T33 n e blzbab (Chald.), neb-iz4,aw'; of

uncert. der. ; a largess: — reward.

5024. D33 nabach, naw-bakh'; a prim, root; to

bark (as a dog):— bark.

5025. tl33 Nobacb, no'-bach; from 5024; a bark;

Nobach, the name of an Isr., and of a
place E. of the Jordan:— Nobah.

5026. m33 mbcbaz, nib-khaz'; of for. or.; Nib-

chaz, a deity of the Avites: — Nibbaz.

5027. £333 nabaf, naw-bat'; a prim, root; to

scan, i.e. look intently at; by impl. to
regard with pleasure, favor or care:— (cause to) be-
hold, consider, look (down), regard, have respect, see.

5028. E333 N e baf, neb-awt'; from 5027; regard;

Nebat, the father of Jeroboam I:—

5029. N,,? n e biy» (Chald.), meb-ee'; corresp. to

5030; a prop het:— prophet.

5030. N,ilS nabiy', naw-bee'; from 5012; a pro-

phet or (gen.) inspired man:— prophecy,
that prophesy, prophet.

5031. H8,'33 n e biy»ab, neo-ee-yaw,; fem. of

5030; a prophetess or (gen.) inspired
woman; by impl. a poetess; by association a pro-
phet's wife:— prophetess.

5032. nTSS N e bayowtb, neb-aw-yoth'; or

rP33 N e bay6tb, neb-aw-uotft'; fem. plur.
from 5107; fruitfulnesses; Nebajoth, a
son of Ishmael, and the country settled by him:—
Nebaioth, Nebajoth.

5033. ,33 nebek, nay'-bek; from an unused root

mean, to burst forth; a fountain:—

5034. 333 nabel, naw-bale'; a prim, root; to

wilt; gen. to fall away, fail, faint; fig.
to be foolish or (mor.) wicked; causat. to despise,
disgrace: — disgrace, dishonour, lightly esteem, fade
(away, -ing), fall (down, -ling, off), do foolishly, come
to nought, x surely, make vile, wither.

5035. b33 nebel, neh'-bel; or

533 nebel, nay'-bel; from 5034; a skta-bafl
tor liquids (from collapsing when empty);



hence, a vase (as similar in shape when full) ; also a
lyre (as having a body of like form) :— bottle, pitcher,
psaltery, vessel, viol.

5036. bii nabal, naw-bawl'; from 5034; stupid;

wicked (espec. impious) :— fool (-ish, -ish
man, -ish woman), vile person.

5037. b33 Nabal, nawbawl'; the same as 5036;

dolt; Nabal, an Isr.:— Nabal.

5038. Sib?)? n e b£lah, neb-ay-law'; from 5034; a

fiabby thing, i.e. a carcase or carrion
(human or bestial, often collect.); fig. an idol:—
(dead) body, (dead) carcase, dead of itself, which
died, (beast) that (which) dieth of itself.

5039. ttbai n e balah, neb-aw-law'; fern, of 5036;

foolishness, i.e. (mor.) wickedness;
concr. a crime; by extens. punishment:— folly, vile,

5040. rnb3l? nabluwth, nab-looth'; from 5036;

prop, disgrace, i.e. the (female) puden-
da:— lewdness.

5041. 1323? N e baMa(;, neb-al-lawt' ; appar. from

5036 and 3909 ; foolish secrecy; Neballat,
a place in Pal. :— Neballat.

5043. 3,33 liaba', naw-bah'; a prim, root; to gush
forth; fig. to utter (good or bad words);
spec, to emit (a foul odor);— belch out, flowing, pour
out, send forth, utter (abundantly).

5043. 818133 neDr e sha» (Chald.), neb-reh-shaw' ;

from an unused root mean, to shine;
a light; plur. (collect.) a chandelier: — candlestick.

5044. 112553 Nibshan, nib-shawn'; of uncert.

der.; Mbshan, a place in Pal.:— Nib-

5045. 333 negeb, neh'-gheb; from an unused root

mean, to be parched; the south (from its
drought); spec, the Negeb or southern district of
Judah, occasionally, Egypt (as south to Pal.);— south
(country, side, -ward).

5046. 133 nagad, naw-gad'; a prim, root; prop.

to front, i.e. stand boldly out opposite;
by impl. (eausat.), to manifest; fig. to announce
(always by word of mouth to one present) ; spec, to
expose, predict, explain, praise:— bewray, x cer-
tainly, certify, declare (-iug), denounce, expound,
X fully, messenger, plainly, profess, rehearse,
report, shew (forth), speak, X surely, tell, utter.

5047. 13? n e gad (Chald.), meg-ad'; corresp. to 5046;

to flow (through the idea of clearing the
way):— issue.

5048. 133 neged, neh'-ghed; from 5046; a front,

i.e. part opposite; spec, a counterpart,
or mate; usually (adv., espec. with prep.) over
against or before:— about, (over) against, X aloof,
X far (off), X from, over, presence, x other side,
sight, X to view.

5049. 133 neged (Chald.), neh'-ghed; corresp. to

5048; opposite:— toward.

5050. S133 nagahh, naw-gah'; a prim, root; to

glitter; eausat. to illuminate:— (en-)
lighten, (cause to) shine.

5051. EI33 ndgahh, no'-gah; from 5050: brill-

iancy (lit. or fig.):— bright (-ness), light,
(clear) shining.

5052. 7333 Ndgahh, no'-gah; the same as 5051;

Nbgah, a son of David:— Nogah.

5053. SI33 ndgahh (Chald.), no'-gah; corresp. to

5051; dawn:— morning.

5054. 71713? n e gohah, neg-o-haw'; fern, of 5051;

splendor:— brightness.

5055. ft33 nagach, naw-gakh'; a prim, root; to

but with the horns; flg. to war
against:— gore, push (down, -ing).

5056. 7133 naggach, nag-gawkh'; from 5055;

butting, i.e. vicious: — used (wont) to

5057. TH nagiyd, naw-gheed'; op

,JjO nagtd, naw-gheed'; from 5046; a com-
mander (as occupying the front), civil,
military or religious; gen. (abstr. plur.), honorable
themes:— captain, chief, excellent thing, (chief)
governor, leader, noble, prince, (chief) ruler.

5058. 7,13,33 n'giynah, neg-ee-naw'; or

n?, 1 ?? n e giynath (Psa. 61 : title), neg-ee-
nath'; from 5059; prop, instrumental
music; by impl. a stringed instrument; by extens. a
poem set to music; spec, an epigram:— stringed
instrument, musick, Neginoth [plur.], song.

5059. ,]33 nagan, naw-gan'; a prim, root; prop,
to thrum, i.e. beat a tune with the

fingers; espec. to play on a stringed instrument;
hence (gen.) to make music: — player on instruments,
sing to the stringed instruments, melody, ministrel,
play (-er, -ing).

5060. 3,33 naga,, naw-gah'; a prim, root; prop, to
touch, i.e. lay the hand upon (for any

purpose; euphem., to lie with a woman) ; by impl. to
reach (flg. to arrive, acquire); violently, to strike
(punish, defeat, destroy, etc.) :— beat, (x be able to)
bring (down), cast, come (nigh), draw near (nigh),
get up, happen, join, near, plague, reach (up), smite,
strike, touch.

5061. 3,33 negat, neh'-gah; from 5060; a blow (flg.

infliction) ; also (by impl.) a spot (concr.
a leprous person or dress):— plague, sore, stricken,
stripe, stroke, wound.

5062. E]33 nagaph, naw-gaf; a prim, root; to

push, gore, defeat, stub (the toe), inflict
(a disease):— beat, dash, hurt, plague, slay, smite
(down), strike, stumble, X surely, put to the worse.

5063. !Tj33 negeph, neh'-ghef; from 5062; a trip

(of the foot); flg. an infliction (of
disease) :— plague, stumbling.

5064. 133 nagar, naw-gar 1 ; a prim, root; to flow;

flg. to stretch out; eausat. to pour out or
down; flg. to deliver over:— fall, flow away, pour
down (out), run, shed, spilt, trickle down.

5065. IBM nagas, naw-gas'; a prim, root; to

drive (an animal, a workman, a debtor,
an army) ; by impl. to tax, harass, tyrannize:— dis-
tress, driver, exact (-or), oppress (-or), X raiser of
taxes, taskmaster.

5066. UJ33 nagash, naw-gash'; a prim, root; to

be or come (cansat. bring) near (for any
purpose) ; euphem. to lie with a woman ; as an enemy,
to attack; relig. to worship; eausat. to present; flg.
to adduce an argument; by reversal, to stand back: —
(make to) approach (nigh), bring (forth, hither,
near), (cause to) come (hither, near, nigh), give
place, go hard (up), (be, draw, go) near (nigh), offer,
overtake, present, put, stand.

5067. 15 ned, made; from 5110 in the sense of

piling up; a mound, i.e. wave:— heap.

5068. 1313 nadab, naw-dab'; a prim, root; to

impel; hence to volunteer (as a soldier),
to present spontaneously:— offer freely, be (give,
make, offer self) willing (-ly).

5069. 31? n e dab (Chald.), ned-ab'; eorresp. to

5068; be (or give) liberal (-ly):— (be minded
of . . . own) freewill (offering), offer freely (wil-

5070. 313 Nadab, naw-dawb'; from 5068; liberal;

Nadab, the name of four Isr. :— Nadab.

5071. 71313 n e daba.h, ned-aw-baw'; from 5068;

prop, (abstr.) spontaneity, or (adj.)
spontaneous; also (concr.) a spontaneous or (by
infer., in plur.) abundant gift:— free (-will) offering,
freely, plentiful, voluntary (-ily, offering), willing (-ly,

5072. 7T313 N e dabyah, ned-ab-yaw,; from 5068

and 3050; largess of Jah; Nedabjah,
an Isr.:— Nedabiah.

5073. Tj313 nldbak (Chald.), nid-iawk'; from a

root mean, to stick; a layer (of building
materials) :— row.

5074. 113 nadad, narv-dad'; a prim, root; prop.

to wave to and fro (rarely to flap up and
down); flg. to rove, flee, OT(caus.)to drive away:—
chase (away), x could not, depart, flee (x apace,
away), (re-) move, thrust away, wander (abroad, -er,

5075. 113 n e dad (Chald.), ned-ad'; corresp. to

5074; to depart:— go from.

5076. 113 nadad, naw-dood'; pass. part, of 5074;

prop, tossed; abstr. a rolling (on the
] bed):— tossing to and fro.

5077. 7113 nadah, naw-date'; or

N13° nada' (2 Kings 17 : 21), naw-daw'; a
prim, root; prop, to toss; flg. to exclude,
i.e. banish, postpone, prohibit:— cast out, drive, put
far away.

5078. 7113 nedeh, nay'-deh; from 5077 in the

sense of freely flinging money; a
bounty (for prostitution):— gifts.

5079. HI? nlddah, nid-daw'; from 6074; prop.

rejection; by impl. impurity, espec. per-
sonal (menstruation) or moral (idolatry, incest):—
X far, fllthiness, x flowers, menstruous (woman), put
apart, X removed (woman), separation, set apart,
unclean (ness, thing, with fllthiness).

5080. 7113 nadach, naw-dakh'; a prim, root; to

push off; used in a great variety of appli-
cations, lit. and flg. (to expel, mislead, strike, inflict,
etc.):— banish, bring, cast down (out), chase, compel,
draw away, drive (away, out, quite), fetch a stroke,
force, go away, outcast, thrust away (out), withdraw.

5081. 3T13 nadiyb, naw-deeb'; from 5068; prop.

voluntary, i.e. generous; hence, mag-
nanimous; as noun, a grandee (sometimes a
tyrant):— free, liberal (things), noble, prince, willing

5082. 7 - Q, l 13 n e diybah, ned-ee-baw'; fem. of

5081; prop, nobility, i.e. reputation:—

5083. ,]13 nadan, naw-dawn'; prob. from an un-

used root mean, to give; a present (for
prostitution) :— gif t.

5084. ,J13 nadan, naw-dawn'; of uncert. der.; a

sheath (of a sword):— sheath.

5085. 71313 nldneh (Chald.), nid-neh'; from the

same as 5084; a sheath; fig. the body (as
the receptacle of the soul):— body,

5086. E]13 nadaph, naw-daf; a prim, root; to

shove asunder, l.e. disperse: — drive
(away, to and fro), thrust down, shaken, tossed to and

5087. 113 nadar, naw-dar'; a prim, root; to

promise (pos., to do or give something to
God) :— (make a) vow.

5088. '113 neder, neh'-der; or

113 neder, nay'-der; from 5087; a promise
(to God); also (concr.) a thing pro-
mised:— vow ([-ed]).

5089. 7,0 noahh, no'-&h; from an unused root

mean, to lament; lamentation: — wailing.

5090. 3!,t3 nahag, naw-hag'; a prim, root; to

drive forth (a person, an animal or
chariot), i.e. lead, carry away; reflex, to proceed (i.e.
impel or guide oneself); also (from the panting
induced by effort), to sigh:— acquaint, bring (away),
carry away, drive (away), lead (away, forth), (be)
guide, lead (away, forth).

5091. 71713 nahah, naw-haw'; a prim, root; to

groan, i.e. bewail; bence (through the
idea of crying aloud) to assemble (as if on proclama-
tion):— lament, wail.

5092. ,'Si? n e hiy, neh-hee'; from 5091; an elegy:—

lamentation, wailing.

5093. 7V713 nthyah, nih-yaw'; fem. of 6092;

lamentation: — doleful.

5094. 1,'!13 n e hiyp (Chald.), neh-heere'; or
1T713 nehiyruw (Chald.), neh-hee-roof ;

from the same as 5105; illumination,
i.e. (flg.) wisdom:— light.

5095. 3713 nahal, naw-hal'; a prim, root; prop.

to run with a sparkle, i.e. flow; hence
(trans.) to conduct, and (by infer.) to protect, s«,-
fain:— carry, feed, guide, lead (gently, on).

5096. bbij3 Nahalal, nah-hal-awl' ; or

32713 Nahalol, nah-hal-ole' ; the same as
5097; Nahalal or Nahalol, a place in
Pal.:— Nahalal, Nahallal, Nahalol.

5097. 3,371.3 nahalol, nah-hahole't from 5095;

pasture: — bush.

5098. &713 naharn, nau,-fcam'; a prim, root; to

growl:— mourn, roar (-tag).

5099. di13 naharn, nah'-ham; from 5098; a

snarl:— roaring.




5100. (1)3713 n e faamab, neh-haw-maw 1 ; fem. of

5099; snarling: — disquietness, roaring.

5101. pW nabaq, naw-hak 1 ; a prim, root; to

bray (as an ass), scream (from hunger):—

5102. ,l!jp nahar, naw-har'; a prim, root; to

sparkle, i.e. (flg.) be cheerful; hence
(from the sheen of a running stream) to flow, i.e.
(flg.) assemble:— flow (together), be lightened.

5103. 111? n e bar (Chald.), neh-har'; from a root

eorresp. to 5102; a river, espec. the
Euphrates:— river, stream.

5104. IFIS nabar, naw-hawr'; from 5102; a

stream (includ. the sea; espec. the Nile,
Euphrates, etc.); flg., prosperity:— flood, river.

5105. mt,I3 u'liarali, neh-haw-raw' ; from 5102

in its orig. sense; daylight:— light.

5106. N13 miw', noo; a prim, root; to refuse,

forbid, dissuade, or neutralize:— break,
disallow, discourage, make of none effect.

5107. 3113 iiuwl), noo6; a prim, root; to germi-

nate, i.e. (flg.) to (causat. make) flourish;
also (of words), to utter;— bring forth (fruit), make
cheerful, increase.
6108. 3113° nowb, nobe; or

D, 1 ?. neyb, nabe; from 5107; produce, lit. or
flg.:— fruit.

5109. ,013° Ndwbay, no-bah'ee; from 5108;

fruitful; Nobai, an Isr.:— Nebai [from
the marg.].

5110. ,113 nnwd, nood; a prim, root; to nod, i.e.

waver; flg. to wander, flee, disappear;
also (from shaking the head in sympathy), to console,
deplore, or (from tossing the head in scorn) taunt:—
bemoan, flee, get, mourn, make to move, take pity,
remove, shake, skip for joy, be sorry, vagabond, way,

5111. 113 nuwd (Chald.), nood; eorresp. to 5116;

to .,lee:— get away.

5112. 113 nowd, node [only defect.

13 mod, node]; from 5110; exile.'— wander-
6113. 113 Nowd, node,' the same as 5112;
vagrancy; Nod, the land of Cain:— Nod.

5114. 31113 Ndwdab, no-daa,'; from 5068; noble;

Nodab, an Arab tribe:— Nodab.

5115. 7,113 navih, naw-vaw 1 ; a prim, root; to

rest (as at home) ; causat. (through the
implied idea of beauty [comp. 5116]), to celebrate
(with praises) :— keep at home, prepare an habita-

5116. t113 naveh, naw-veh'; or (fem.)

S113 navah, naw-vaw 1 ; from 5115; (adj.) at
home; hence (by impl. of satisfaction)
lovely; also (noun) a home, of God (temple), men
(residence), flocks (pasture), or wild animals (den):—
comely, dwelling (place), fold, habitation, pleasant
place, sheepcote, stable, tarried.

5117. H13 nnwach, noo'-akh; a prim, root; to

rest, i.e. settle down; used in a great
variety of applications, lit. and fig., intrans., trans.
and causat. (to dwell, stay, let fall, place, let alone,
withdraw, give comfort, etc.) : — cease, be confederate,
lay, let down, (be) quiet, remain, (cause to, be at,
give, have, make to) rest, set down. Comp. 3241.

5118. PI13 nuwach, noo'-akh; or

nl3 novvach, no'-akh; from 5117; quiet-
Test (-ed, -ing place).

5119. !Hni3 Nowcbab, no-chaw'; fem. of 5118;


ouiefude; Nochah, an Isr. :— Nohah.

5120. t313 iiHivt. noot; to quake:— be moved.

5121. n,n3° Naviytb, nauM,eefft',' from 5115;

residence, - Navith, a place in Pal.:—
Naioth [from the marg.}.
5123 1513 n e valuw (Chald.), nev-aw-loo'; or

,V313 n'valiy (Chald.), nev-aw-lee'; from

an unused root prob. mean, to be foul; a

sink:— dunghill.

5123. fl13 nnwm, noom; a prim, root; to slumber

(from drowsiness): — sleep, slumber.
SIM 7,TO13 nawmah, noo-maw 1 ; from 6129;
sleepiness:— drowsiness.

5125. ,|13 n awn, noon; a prim, root; to resprout,

i.e. propagate by shoots; flg., to be perpet-
ual:— be continued.

5126. ,|13 Nnwn, noon; or

,J13 Nown (1 Chron. 7 : 27), nofcn; from 5125;
perpetuity; Nun or JVbn, the father of
Joshua:— Non, Nun.

5127. D13 nuwc, noos; a prim, root; to flit, i.e.

vanish away (subside, es