Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(102) 'aggaph [ag-gawf']

probably from 'nagaph' (nagaph) (through the idea of impending); a cover or heap; i.e. (only plural) wings of an army, or crowds of troops:--bands.

(103) 'agar [aw-gar']

a primitive root; to harvest:--gather.

(104) 'iggra' [ig-er-aw']

(Aramaic) of Persian origin; an epistle (as carried by a state courier or postman):--letter.

(105) 'agartal [ag-ar-tawl']

of uncertain derivation; a basin:--charger.

(106) 'egroph [eg-rofe']

from 'garaph' (garaph) (in the sense of grasping); the clenched hand:--fist.

(107) 'iggereth [ig-eh'-reth]

feminine of ''iggra'' ('iggra'); an epistle:--letter.

(108) 'ed [ade]

from the same as ''uwd' ('uwd) (in the sense of enveloping); a fog:-- mist, vapor.

(109) 'adab [aw-dab']

a primitive root; to languish:--grieve.

(110) 'Adb'el [ad-beh-ale']

probably from ''adab' ('adab) (in the sense of chastisement) and ''el' ('el); disciplined of God; Adbeel, a son of Ishmael:--Adbeel.

(111) 'Adad [ad-ad']

probably an orthographical variation for 'Chadad' (Chadad); Adad (or Hadad), an Edomite:--Hadad.

(112) 'Iddow [id-do]

of uncertain derivation; Iddo, an Israelite:--Iddo.

(113) 'adown [aw-done']

or (shortened) adon {aw-done'}; from an unused root (meaning to rule); sovereign, i.e. controller (human or divine):-- lord, master, owner. Compare also names beginning with "Adoni-".

(114) 'Addown [ad-done']

probably intensive for ''adown' ('adown); powerful; Addon, apparently an Israelite:--Addon.

(115) 'Adowrayim [ad-o-rah'-yim]

dual from ''adar' ('adar) (in the sense of eminence); double mound; Adorajim, a place in Palestine:--Adoraim.

(116) 'edayin [ed-ah'-yin]

(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation; then (of time):--now, that time, then.

(117) 'addiyr [ad-deer']

from ''adar' ('adar); wide or (generally) large; figuratively, powerful:--excellent, famous, gallant, glorious, goodly, lordly, mighty(- ier one), noble, principal, worthy.

(118) 'Adalya' [ad-al-yaw']

of Persian derivation; Adalja, a son of Haman:--Adalia.

(119) 'adam [aw-dam']

to show blood (in the face), i.e. flush or turn rosy:--be (dyed, made) red (ruddy).

(120) 'adam [aw-dawm']

from ''adam' ('adam); ruddy i.e. a human being (an individual or the species, mankind, etc.):--X another, + hypocrite, + common sort, X low, man (mean, of low degree), person.

(121) 'Adam [aw-dawm']

the same as ''adam' ('adam); Adam the name of the first man, also of a place in Palestine:--Adam.

(122) 'adom [aw-dome']

from ''adam' ('adam); rosy:--red, ruddy.

(123) 'Edom [ed-ome']

or (fully) oEdowm {ed-ome'}; from ''adom' ('adom); red (see Gen. 25:25); Edom, the elder twin-brother of Jacob; hence the region (Idumaea) occupied by him:--Edom, Edomites, Idumea.

(124) 'odem [o'-dem]

from ''adam' ('adam); redness, i.e. the ruby, garnet, or some other red gem:--sardius.

(125) 'adamdam [ad-am-dawm']

reduplicated from ''adam' ('adam); reddish:--(somewhat) reddish.

(126) 'Admah [ad-maw']

contracted for ''adamah' ('adamah); earthy; Admah, a place near the Dead Sea:--Admah.

(127) 'adamah [ad-aw-maw']

from ''adam' ('adam); soil (from its general redness):--country, earth, ground, husband(-man) (-ry), land.

(128) 'Adamah [ad-aw-maw']

the same as ''adamah' ('adamah); Adamah, a place in Palestine:--Adamah.

(129) 'Adamiy [ad-aw-mee']

from ''adamah' ('adamah); earthy; Adami, a place in Palestine:--Adami.

(130) 'Edomiy [ed-o-mee']

or (fully) aEdowmiy {ed-o-mee'}; patronymic from ''Edom' ('Edom); an Edomite, or descendants from (or inhabitants of) Edom:--Edomite. See ''Arowmiy' ('Arowmiy).

(131) 'Adummiym [ad-oom-meem']

plural of ''Adam' ('Adam); red spots; Adummim, a pass in Palestine:--Adummim.

(132) 'admoniy [ad-mo-nee']

or (fully) admowniy {ad-mo-nee'}; from ''adam' ('adam); reddish (of the hair or the complexion):--red, ruddy.

(133) 'Admatha' [ad-maw-thaw']

probably of Persian derivation: Admatha, a Persian nobleman:--Admatha.

(134) 'eden [eh'-den]

from the same as ''adown' ('adown) (in the sense of strength); a basis (of a building, a column, etc.):--foundation, socket.

(135) 'Addan [ad-dawn']

intensive from the same as ''eden' ('eden); firm; Addan, an Israelite:--Addan.

(136) 'Adonay [ad-o-noy']

am emphatic form of ''adown' ('adown); the Lord (used as a proper name of God only):--(my) Lord.

(137) 'Adoniy-Bezeq [ad-o''-nee-beh'-zek]

from ''adown' ('adown) and 'Bezeq' (Bezeq); lord of Bezek; Adoni-Bezek; a Canaanitish king:--Adoni-bezek.

(138) 'Adoniyah [ad-o-nee-yaw']

original (prolonged) dAdoniyahuw {ad-o-nee- yaw'-hoo}; from ''adown' ('adown) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); lord (i.e. worshipper) of Jah; Adonijah, the name of three Israelites:--Adonijah.

(139) 'Adoniy-Tsedeq [ad-o''-nee-tseh'-dek]

from ''adown' ('adown) and 'tsedeq' (tsedeq); lord of justice; Adoni-Tsedek, a Canaanitish king:--Adonizedec.

(140) 'Adoniyqam [ad-o-nee-kawm']

from ''adown' ('adown) and 'quwm' (quwm); lord of rising (i.e. high); Adonikam, the name of one or two Israelites:--Adonikam.

(141) 'Adoniyram [ad-o-nee-rawm']

from ''adown' ('adown) and 'ruwm' (ruwm); lord of height; Adoniram, an Israelite:--Adoniram.

(142) 'adar [aw-dar']

a primitive root; to expand, i.e. be great or (figuratively) magnificent:--(become) glorious, honourable.

(143) 'Adar [ad-awr']

probably of foreign derivation; perhaps meaning fire; Adar, the ''abdan' ('abdan)th Hebrew month:--Adar.

(144) 'Adar [ad-awr']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''Adar' ('Adar):--Adar.

(145) 'eder [eh'-der]

from ''adar' ('adar); amplitude, i.e. (concrete) a mantle; also (figuratively) splendor:--goodly, robe.

(146) 'Addar [ad-dawr']

intensive from ''adar' ('adar); ample; Addar, a place in Palestine; also an Israelite:--Addar.

(147) 'iddar [id-dar']

(Aramaic) intensive, from a root corresponding to ''adar' ('adar); ample, i.e. a threshing-floor:--threshingfloor.

(148) 'adargazer [ad-ar''-gaw-zare']

(Aramaic) from the same as ''iddar' ('iddar), and 'gzar' (gzar); a chief diviner, or astrologer:--judge.

(149) 'adrazda' [ad-raz-daw']

(Aramaic) probably of Persian origin; quickly or carefully:--diligently.

(150) 'adarkon [ad-ar-kone']

of Persian origin; a daric or Persian coin:--dram.

(151) 'Adoram [ad-o-rawm']

contracted for ''Adoniyram' ('Adoniyram); Adoram (or Adoniram), an Israelite:--Adoram.

(152) 'Adrammelek [ad-ram-meh'-lek]

from ''adar' ('adar) and 'melek' (melek); splendor of (the) king; Adrammelek, the name of an Assyrian idol, also of a son of Sennacherib:--Adrammelech.

(153) 'edra` [ed-raw']

(Aramaic) an orthographical variation for 'dra`' (dra`); an arm, i.e. (figuratively) power:--force.

(154) 'edre`iy [ed-reh'-ee]

from the equivalent of ''edra`' ('edra`); mighty; Edrei, the name of two places in Palestine:--Edrei.

(155) 'addereth [ad-deh'-reth]

feminine of ''addiyr' ('addiyr); something ample (as a large vine, a wide dress); also the same as ''eder' ('eder):--garment, glory, goodly, mantle, robe.

(156) 'adash [aw-dash']

a primitive root; to tread out (grain):--thresh.

(157) 'ahab [aw-hab']

or raheb {aw-habe'}; a primitive root; to have affection for (sexually or otherwise):--(be-)love(-d, -ly, -r), like, friend.

(158) 'ahab [ah'-hab]

from ''ahab' ('ahab); affection (in a good or a bad sense):--love(-r).

(159) 'ohab [o'-hab]

from ''adash' ('adash); meaning the same as ''ahab' ('ahab):--love.

(160) 'ahabah [a-hab-aw]

feminine of ''ahab' ('ahab) and meaning the same:--love.

(161) 'Ohad [o'-had]

from an unused root meaning to be united; unity; Ohad, an Israelite:--Ohad.

(162) 'ahahh [a-haw']

apparently a primitive word expressing pain exclamatorily; Oh!:--ah, alas.

(163) 'Ahava' [a-hav-aw']

probably of foreign origin; Ahava, a river of Babylonia:--Ahava.

(164) 'Ehuwd [ay-hood']

from the same as ''Ohad' ('Ohad); united; Ehud, the name of two or three Israelites:--Ehud.

(165) 'ehiy [e-hee']

apparently an orthographical variation for ''ayeh' ('ayeh); where:--I will be (Hos. 13:10, ''abah' ('abah)) (which is often the rendering of the same Hebrew form from 'hayah' (hayah)).

(166) 'ahal [aw-hal']

a primitive root; to be clear:--shine.

(167) 'ahal [aw-hal']

a denominative from ''ohel' ('ohel); to tent:--pitch (remove) a tent.

(168) 'ohel [o'-hel]

from ''ahal' ('ahal); a tent (as clearly conspicuous from a distance):--covering, (dwelling)(place), home, tabernacle, tent.

(169) 'Ohel [o'-hel]

the same as ''ohel' ('ohel); Ohel, an Israelite:--Ohel.

(170) 'Oholah [o-hol-aw']

in form a feminine of ''ohel' ('ohel), but in fact for .Oholahh {o-hol-aw'}; from ''ohel' ('ohel); her tent (i.e. idolatrous sanctuary); Oholah, a symbol. name for Samaria:--Aholah.

(171) 'Oholiy'ab [o''-hol-e-awb']

from ''ohel' ('ohel) and ''ab' ('ab); tent of (his) father; Oholiab, an Israelite:--Aholiab.

(172) 'Oholiybah [o''-hol-ee-baw']

(similarly with ''Oholah' ('Oholah)) for hOholiybahh {o''-hol-e-baw'}; from ''ohel' ('ohel); my tent (is) in her; Oholibah, a symbolic name for Judah:--Aholibah.

(173) 'Oholiybamah [o''-hol-ee-baw-maw']

from ''ohel' ('ohel) and 'bamah' (bamah); tent of (the) height; Oholibamah, a wife of Esau:--Aholibamah.

(174) 'ahaliym [a-haw-leem']

or (feminine) ahalowth {a-haw-loth'} (only used thus in the plural); of foreign origin; aloe wood (i.e. sticks):--(tree of lign-) aloes.

(175) 'Aharown [a-har-one']

of uncertain derivation; Aharon, the brother of Moses:--Aaron.

(176) 'ow [o]

presumed to be the "constructive" or genitival form of -av {av}; short for ''avvah' ('avvah); desire (and so probably in Prov. 31:4); hence (by way of alternative) or, also if:--also, and, either, if, at the least, X nor, or, otherwise, then, whether.

(177) 'Uw'el [oo-ale']

from ''ow' ('ow) and ''el' ('el); wish of God; Uel, and Israelite:--Uel.

(178) 'owb [obe]

from the same as ''ab' ('ab) (apparently through the idea of prattling a father's name); properly, a mumble, i.e. a water skin (from its hollow sound); hence a necromancer (ventriloquist, as from a jar):--bottle, familiar spirit.

(179) 'owbiyl [o-beel']

probably from ''abal' ('abal); mournful; Obil, an Ishmaelite:--Obil.

(180) 'uwbal [oo-bawl']

or (shortened) ubal {oo-bawl'}; from 'yabal' (yabal) (in the sense of 'yabal' (yabal)); a stream:--river.

(181) 'uwd [ood]

from an unused root meaning to rake together; a poker (for turning or gathering embers):--(fire-)brand.

(182) 'owdowth [o-doth']

or (shortened) rodowth {o-doth'} (only thus in the plural); from the same as ''uwd' ('uwd); turnings (i.e. occasions); (adverb) on account of:--(be-)cause, concerning, sake.

(183) 'avah [aw-vaw']

a primitive root; to wish for:--covet, (greatly) desire, be desirous, long, lust (after).

(184) 'avah [aw-vaw']

a primitive root; to extend or mark out:--point out.

(185) 'avvah [av-vaw']

from ''avah' ('avah); longing:--desire, lust after, pleasure.

(186) 'Uwzay [oo-zah'-ee]

perhaps by permutation for '`Uzziy' (`Uzziy), strong; Uzai, an Israelite:--Uzai.

(187) 'Uwzal [oo-zawl']

of uncertain derivation; Uzal, a son of Joktan:--Uzal.

(188) 'owy [o'-ee]

probably from ''avah' ('avah) (in the sense of crying out after); lamentation; also interjectionally Oh!:--alas, woe.

(189) 'Eviy [ev-ee']

probably from ''avah' ('avah); desirous; Evi, a Midianitish chief:--Evi.

(190) 'owyah [o-yaw']

feminine of ''owy' ('owy):--woe.

(191) 'eviyl [ev-eel']

from an unused root (meaning to be perverse); (figuratively) silly:--fool(-ish) (man).

(192) 'Eviyl Mrodak [ev-eel' mer-o-dak']

of Aramaic derivation and probably meaning soldier of Merodak; Evil-Merodak, a Babylonian king:--Evil-merodach.

(193) 'uwl [ool]

from an unused root meaning to twist, i.e. (by implication) be strong; the body (as being rolled together); also powerful:--mighty, strength.

(194) 'uwlay [oo-lah'ee]

or (shortened) rulay {oo-lah'ee}; from ''ow' ('ow); if not; hence perhaps:--if so be, may be, peradventure, unless.

(195) 'Uwlay [oo-lah'ee]

of Persian derivation; the Ulai (or Eulaeus), a river of Persia:--Ulai.

(196) 'eviliy [ev-ee-lee']

from ''eviyl' ('eviyl); silly, foolish; hence (morally) impious:--foolish.

(197) 'uwlam [oo-lawm']

or (shortened) ,ulam {oo-lawm'}; from ''alam' ('alam) (in the sense of tying); a vestibule (as bound to the building):--porch.

(198) 'Uwlam [oo-lawm']

appar, from ''alam' ('alam) (in the sense of dumbness); solitary; Ulam, the name of two Israelites:--Ulam.

(199) 'uwlam [oo-lawm']

apparently a variation of ''uwlay' ('uwlay); however or on the contrary:--as for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely, truly, wherefore.

(200) 'ivveleth [iv-veh'-leth]

from the same as ''eviyl' ('eviyl); silliness:--folly, foolishly(-ness).

(201) 'Owmar [o-mawr']

from ''amar' ('amar); talkative; Omar, a grandson of Esau:--Omar.

(202) 'own [one]

probably from the same as ''aven' ('aven) (in the sense of effort, but successful); ability, power, (figuratively) wealth:--force, goods, might, strength, substance.