Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(1) 'ab [awb]

a primitive word; father, in a literal and immediate, or figurative and remote application):--chief, (fore-)father(-less), X patrimony, principal. Compare names in "Abi-".

(2) 'ab [ab]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''ab' ('ab):--father.

(3) 'eb [abe]

from the same as ''abiyb' ('abiyb); a green plant:--greenness, fruit.

(4) 'eb [abe]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''eb' ('eb):--fruit.

(5) 'Abagtha' [ab-ag-thaw']

of foreign origin; Abagtha, a eunuch of Xerxes:--Abagtha.

(6) 'abad [aw-bad']

a primitive root; properly, to wander away, i.e. lose oneself; by implication to perish (causative, destroy):--break, destroy(- uction), + not escape, fail, lose, (cause to, make) perish, spend, X and surely, take, be undone, X utterly, be void of, have no way to flee.

(7) 'abad [ab-ad']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''abad' ('abad):--destroy, perish.

(8) 'obed [o-bade']

active of participle of ''abad' ('abad); (concrete) wretched or (abstract) destructin:--perish.

(9) 'abedah [ab-ay-daw']

from ''abad' ('abad); concrete, something lost; abstract, destruction, i.e. Hades:--lost. Compare ''abaddoh' ('abaddoh).

(10) 'abaddoh [ab-ad-do']

the same as ''abedah' ('abedah), miswritten for ''abaddown' ('abaddown); a perishing:-- destruction.

(11) 'abaddown [ab-ad-done']

intensive from ''abad' ('abad); abstract, a perishing; concrete, Hades:--destruction.

(12) 'abdan [ab-dawn']

from ''abad' ('abad); a perishing:--destruction.

(13) 'obdan [ob-dawn']

from ''abad' ('abad); a perishing:--destruction.

(14) 'abah [aw-baw']

a primitive root; to breathe after, i.e. (figuratively) to be acquiescent:--consent, rest content will, be willing.

(15) 'abeh [aw-beh']

from ''abah' ('abah); longing:--desire.

(16) 'ebeh [ay-beh']

from ''abah' ('abah) (in the sense of bending toward); the papyrus:--swift.

(17) 'abowy [ab-o'ee]

from ''abah' ('abah) (in the sense of desiring); want:--sorrow.

(18) 'ebuwc [ay-booce']

from ''abac' ('abac); a manger or stall:--crib.

(19) 'ibchah [ib-khaw']

from an unused root (apparently meaning to turn); brandishing of a sword:--point.

(20) 'abattiyach [ab-at-tee'-akh]

of uncertain derivation; a melon (only plural):--melon.

(21) 'Abiy [ab-ee']

from ''ab' ('ab); fatherly; Abi, Hezekiah's mother:--Abi.

(22) 'Abiy'el [ab-ee-ale']

from ''ab' ('ab) and ''el' ('el); father (i.e. possessor) of God; Abiel, the name of two Israelites:--Abiel.

(23) 'Abiy'acaph [ab-ee-aw-sawf']

from ''ab' ('ab) and ''acaph' ('acaph); father of gathering (i.e. gatherer); Abiasaph, an Israelite:--Abiasaph.

(24) 'abiyb [aw-beeb']

from an unused root (meaning to be tender); green, i.e. a young ear of grain; hence, the name of the month Abib or Nisan:--Abib, ear, green ears of corn (not maize).

(25) 'Abiy Gib`own [ab-ee' ghib-one']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'Gib`own' (Gib`own); father (i.e. founder) of Gibon; Abi-Gibon, perhaps an Israelite:--father of Gibeon.

(26) 'Abiygayil [ab-ee-gah'-yil]

or shorter Abiygal {ab-ee-gal'}; from ''ab' ('ab) and 'giyl' (giyl); father (i.e. source) of joy; Abigail or Abigal, the name of two Israelitesses:--Abigal.

(27) 'Abiydan [ab-ee-dawn']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'diyn' (diyn); father of judgment (i.e. judge); Abidan, an Israelite:--Abidan.

(28) 'Abiyda` [ab-ee-daw']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'yada`' (yada`); father of knowledge (i.e. knowing); Abida, a son of Abraham by Keturah:--Abida, Abidah.

(29) 'Abiyah [ab-ee-yaw']

or prolonged Abiyahuw {ab-ee-yaw'-hoo}; from ''ab' ('ab) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); father (i.e. worshipper) of Jah; Abijah, the name of several Israelite men and two Israelitesses:--Abiah, Abijah.

(30) 'Abiyhuw' [ab-ee-hoo']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'huw'' (huw'); father (i.e. worshipper) of Him (i.e. God); Abihu, a son of Aaron:--Abihu.

(31) 'Abiyhuwd [ab-ee-hood']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'howd' (howd); father (i.e. possessor) of renown; Abihud, the name of two Israelites:--Abihud.

(32) 'Abiyhayil [ab-ee-hah'-yil]

or (more correctly) hAbiychayil {ab-ee- khah'-yil}; from ''ab' ('ab) and 'chayil' (chayil); father (i.e. possessor) of might; Abihail or Abichail, the name of three Israelites and two Israelitesses:--Abihail.

(33) 'Abiy ha-`Ezriy [ab-ee'-haw-ez-ree']

from ''Abiy`ezer' ('Abiy`ezer) with the article inserted; father of the Ezrite; an Abiezrite or descendant of Abiezer; -- Abiezrite.

(34) 'ebyown [eb-yone']

from ''abah' ('abah), in the sense of want (especially in feeling); destitute:--beggar, needy, poor (man).

(35) 'abiyownah [ab-ee-yo-naw']

from ''abah' ('abah); provocative of desire; the caper berry (from its stimulative taste):--desire.

(36) 'Abiytuwb [ab-ee-toob']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'tuwb' (tuwb); father of goodness (i.e. good); Abitub, an Israelite:--Abitub.

(37) 'Abiytal [ab-ee-tal']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'tal' (tal); father of dew (i.e. fresh); Abital, a wife of King David:--Abital.

(38) 'Abiyam [ab-ee-yawm']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'yam' (yam); father of (the) sea (i.e. seaman); Abijam (or Abijah), a king of Judah:--Abijam.

(39) 'Abiyma'el [ab-ee-maw-ale']

from ''ab' ('ab) and an elsewhere unused (probably foreign) word; father of Mael (apparently some Arab tribe); Abimael, a son of Joktan:--Abimael.

(40) 'Abiymelek [ab-ee-mel'-ek]

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'melek' (melek); father of (the) king; Abimelek, the name of two Philistine kings and of two Israelites:--Abimelech.

(41) 'Abiynadab [ab-ee-naw-dawb']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'nadab' (nadab); father of generosity (i.e. liberal); Abinadab, the name of four Israelites:--Abinadab.

(42) 'Abiyno`am [ab-ee-no'-am]

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'no`am' (no`am); father of pleasantness (i.e. gracious); Abinoam, an Israelite:--Abinoam.

(43) 'Ebyacaph [eb-yaw-sawf']

contracted from ''Abiy'acaph' ('Abiy'acaph); Ebjasaph, an Israelite:--Ebiasaph.

(44) 'Abiy`ezer [ab-ee-ay'-zer]

from ''ab' ('ab) and '`Ezer' (`Ezer); father of help (i.e. helpful); Abiezer, the name of two Israelites:--Abiezer.

(45) 'Abiy-`albown [ab-ee-al-bone']

from ''ab' ('ab) and and an unused root of uncertain. derivation; probably, father of strength (i.e. valiant); Abialbon, an Israelite:--Abialbon.

(46) 'abiyr [aw-beer']

from ''abar' ('abar); mighty (spoken of God):--mighty (one).

(47) 'abbiyr [ab-beer']

for ''abiyr' ('abiyr); --angel, bull, chiefest, mighty (one), stout(-hearted), strong (one), valiant.

(48) 'Abiyram [ab-ee-rawm']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'ruwm' (ruwm); father of height (i.e. lofty); Abiram, the name of two Israelites:--Abiram.

(49) 'Abiyshag [ab-ee-shag']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'shagah' (shagah); father of error (i.e. blundering); Abishag, a concubine of David:--Abishag.

(50) 'Abiyshuwae [ab-ee-shoo'-ah]

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'showa`' (showa`); father of plenty (i.e. prosperous); Abishua, the name of two Israelites:--Abishua.

(51) 'Abiyshuwr [ab-ee-shoor']

from ''ab' ('ab) and 'shuwr' (shuwr); father of (the) wall (i.e. perhaps mason); Abishur, an Israelite:--Abishur.

(52) 'Abiyshay [ab-ee-shah'ee]

or (shorter) Abshay {ab-shah'ee}; from ''ab' ('ab) and 'shay' (shay); father of a gift (i.e. probably generous); Abishai, an Israelite:--Abishai.

(53) 'Abiyshalowm [ab-ee-shaw-lome']

or (shortened) bAbshalowm {ab-shaw- lome'}; from ''ab' ('ab) and 'shalowm' (shalowm); father of peace (i.e. friendly); Abshalom, a son of David; also (the fuller form) a later Israelite:--Abishalom, Absalom.

(54) 'Ebyathar [ab-yaw-thawr']

contracted from ''ab' ('ab) and 'yathar' (yathar); father of abundance (i.e. liberal); Ebjathar, an Israelite:--Abiathar.

(55) 'abak [aw-bak']

a primitive root; probably to coil upward:--mount up.

(56) 'abal [aw-bal']

a primitive root; to bewail:--lament, mourn.

(57) 'abel [aw-bale']

from ''abal' ('abal); lamenting:--mourn(-er, -ing).

(58) 'abel [aw-bale']

from an unused root (meaning to be grassy); a meadow:--plain. Compare also the proper names beginning with Abel-.

(59) 'Abel [aw-bale']

from ''abel' ('abel); a meadow; Abel, the name of two places in Palestine.:--Abel.

(60) 'ebel [ay'-bel]

from ''abal' ('abal); lamentation:--mourning.

(61) 'abal [ab-awl']

apparently from ''abal' ('abal) through the idea of negation; nay, i.e. truly or yet:--but, indeed, nevertheless, verily.

(62) 'Abel Beyth-Ma`akah [aw-bale' bayth ma-a-kaw']

from ''abel' ('abel) and 'bayith' (bayith) and 'Ma`akah' (Ma`akah); meadow of Beth-Maakah; Abel of Beth-maakah, a place in Palestine:--Abel-beth-maachah, Abel of Beth-maachah,

(63) 'Abel hash-Shittiym [aw-bale' hash-shit-teem']

from ''abel' ('abel) and the plural of 'shittah' (shittah), with the article inserted; meadow of the acacias; Abel hash- Shittim, a place in Palestine:--Abel-shittim.

(64) 'Abel Kramiym [aw-bale' ker-aw-meem']

from ''abel' ('abel) and the plural of 'kerem' (kerem); meadow of vineyards; Abel-Keramim, a place in Palestine:--plain of the vineyards.

(65) 'Abel Mchowlah [aw-bale' mekh-o-law']

from ''abel' ('abel) and 'mchowlah' (mchowlah); meadow of dancing; Abel-Mecholah, a place in Palestine:--Abel-meholah.

(66) 'Abel Mayim [aw-bale' mah'-yim]

from ''abel' ('abel) and 'mayim' (mayim); meadow of water; Abel-Majim, a place in Palestine:--Abel-maim.

(67) 'Abel Mitsrayim [aw-bale' mits-rah'-yim]

from ''abel' ('abel) and 'Mitsrayim' (Mitsrayim); meadow of Egypt; Abel-Mitsrajim, a place in Palestine:--Abel-mizraim.

(68) 'eben [eh'-ben]

from the root of 'banah' (banah) through the meaning to build; a stone:--+ carbuncle, + mason, + plummet, (chalk-, hail-, head-, sling-)stone(-ny), (divers) weight(-s).

(69) 'eben [eh'-ben]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''eben' ('eben):--stone.

(70) 'oben [o'ben]

from the same as ''eben' ('eben); 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) 'Abanah [ab-aw-naw']

perhaps feminine of ''eben' ('eben); stony; Abanah, a river near Damascus:--Abana. Compare ''Amanah' ('Amanah).

(72) 'Eben ha-`ezer [eh'-ben haw-e'-zer]

from ''eben' ('eben) and '`ezer' (`ezer) with the article inserted; stone of the help; Eben-ha-Ezer, a place in Palestine:--Ebenezer.

(73) 'abnet [ab-nate']

of uncertain derivation; a belt:--girdle.

(74) 'Abner [ab-nare']

or (fully) nAbiyner {ab-ee-nare'}; from ''ab' ('ab) and 'niyr' (niyr); father of light (i.e. enlightening); Abner, an Israelite:--Abner.

(75) 'abac [aw-bas']

a primitive root; to fodder:--fatted, stalled.

(76) 'aba`bu`ah [ab-ah-boo-aw']

(by reduplication) from an unused root (meaning to belch forth); an inflammatory pustule (as eruption):--blains.

(77) 'Ebets [eh'-bets]

from an unused root probably meaning to gleam; conspicuous; Ebets, a place in Palestine:--Abez.

(78) 'Ibtsan [ib-tsawn']

from the same as ''aba`bu`ah' ('aba`bu`ah); splendid; Ibtsan, an Israelite:--Ibzan.

(79) 'abaq [aw-bak']

a primitive root, probably to float away (as vapor), but used only as denominative from ''abaq' ('abaq); to bedust, i.e. grapple:-- wrestle.

(80) 'abaq [aw-bawk']

from root of ''abaq' ('abaq); light particles (as volatile):--(small) dust, powder.

(81) 'abaqah [ab-aw-kaw']

feminine of ''abaq' ('abaq):--powder.

(82) 'abar [aw-bar']

a primitive root; to soar:--fly.

(83) 'eber [ay-ber']

from ''abar' ('abar); a pinion:--(long-)wing(-ed).

(84) 'ebrah [eb-raw']

feminine of ''eber' ('eber):--feather, wing.

(85) 'Abraham [ab-raw-hawm']

contracted from ''ab' ('ab) and an unused root (probably meaning to be populous); father of a multitude; Abraham, the later name of Abram:--Abraham.

(86) 'abrek [ab-rake']

probably an Egyptian word meaning kneel:--bow the knee.

(87) 'Abram [ab-rawm']

contracted from ''Abiyram' ('Abiyram); high father; Abram, the original name of Abraham:--Abram.

(88) 'oboth [o-both']

plural of ''owb' ('owb); water-skins; Oboth, a place in the Desert:--Oboth.

(89) 'Age' [aw-gay']

of uncertain derivation (compare ''Agag' ('Agag)); Age, an Israelite:--Agee.

(90) 'Agag [ag-ag']

or uAgag {Ag-awg'}; of uncertain derivation (compare ''Age'' ('Age')); flame; Agag, a title of Amalekitish kings:--Agag.

(91) 'Agagiy [ag-aw-ghee']

patrial or patronymic from ''Agag' ('Agag); an Agagite or descendent (subject) of Agag:--Agagite.

(92) 'aguddah [ag-ood-daw']

feminine passive participle of an unused root (meaning to bind); a band, bundle, knot, or arch:--bunch, burden, troop.

(93) 'egowz [eg-oze']

prob of Persian origin; a nut:--nut.

(94) 'Aguwr [aw-goor']

passive participle of ''agar' ('agar); gathered (i.e. received among the sages); Agur, a fanciful name for Solomon:--Agur.

(95) 'agowrah [ag-o-raw']

from the same as ''Aguwr' ('Aguwr); properly, something gathered, i.e. perhaps a grain or berry; used only of a small (silver) coin:--piece (of) silver.

(96) 'egel [eh'-ghel]

from an unused root (meaning to flow down or together as drops); a reservoir:--drop.

(97) 'Eglayim [eg-lah'-yim]

dual of ''egel' ('egel).; a double pond; Eglajim, a place in Moab:--Eglaim.

(98) 'agam [ag-am']

from an unused root (meaning to collect as water); a marsh; hence a rush (as growing in swamps); hence a stockade of reeds:--pond, pool, standing (water).

(99) 'agem [aw-game']

probably from the same as ''agam' ('agam) (in the sense of stagnant water); figuratively, sad:--pond.

(100) 'agmown [ag-mone']

from the same as ''agam' ('agam); a marshy pool (others from a different root, a kettle); by implication a rush (as growing there); collectively a rope of rushes:--bulrush, caldron, hook, rush.

(101) 'aggan [ag-gawn']

probably from 'nagan' (nagan); a bowl (as pounded out hollow):--basin, cup, goblet.