Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(203) 'Own [one]

the same as ''own' ('own); On, an Israelite:--On.

(204) 'Own [one]

or (shortened); On {one}; of Egyptian derivation; On, a city of Egypt:--On.

(205) 'aven [aw-ven']

from an unused root perhaps meaning properly, to pant (hence, to exert oneself, usually in vain; to come to naught); strictly nothingness; also trouble. vanity, wickedness; specifically an idol:--affliction, evil, false, idol, iniquity, mischief, mourners(-ing), naught, sorrow, unjust, unrighteous, vain ,vanity, wicked(-ness). Compare ''ayin' ('ayin).

(206) 'Aven [aw'-ven]

the same as ''aven' ('aven); idolatry; Aven, the contemptuous synonym of three places, one in Coele-Syria, one in Egypt (On), and one in Palestine (Bethel):--Aven. See also ''Own' ('Own), 'Beyth 'Aven' (Beyth 'Aven).

(207) 'Ownow [o-no']

or (shortened) ;Onow {o-no'}; prolonged from ''own' ('own); strong; Ono, a place in Palestine:--Ono.

(208) 'Ownam [o-nawm']

a variation of ''Ownan' ('Ownan); strong; Onam, the name of an Edomite and of an Israelite:--Onam.

(209) 'Ownan [o-nawn']

a variation of ''Ownow' ('Ownow); strong; Onan, a son of Judah:--Onan.

(210) 'Uwphaz [oo-fawz']

perhaps a corruption of ''Owphiyr' ('Owphiyr); Uphaz, a famous gold region:--Uphaz.

(211) 'Owphiyr [o-feer']

or (shortened) pOphiyr {o-feer'}; and fOwphir {o- feer'}; of uncertain derivation; Ophir, the name of a son of Joktan, and of a gold region in the East:--Ophir.

(212) 'owphan [o-fawn']

or (shortened) pophan {o-fawn'}; from an unused root meaning to revolve; a wheel:--wheel.

(213) 'uwts [oots]

a primitive root; to press; (by implication) to be close, hurry, withdraw:--(make) haste(-n, -y), labor, be narrow.

(214) 'owtsar [o-tsaw']

from ''atsar' ('atsar); a depository:--armory, cellar, garner, store(-house), treasure(-house) (-y).

(215) 'owr [ore]

a primitive root; to be (causative, make) luminous (literally and metaphorically):--X break of day, glorious, kindle, (be, en-, give, show) light (-en, -ened), set on fire, shine.

(216) 'owr [ore]

from ''owr' ('owr); illumination or (concrete) luminary (in every sense, including lightning, happiness, etc.):--bright, clear, + day, light (-ning), morning, sun.

(217) 'uwr [ore]

from ''owr' ('owr); flame; hence (in the plural) the East (as being the region of light):--fire, light. See also ''Uwriym' ('Uwriym).

(218) 'Uwr [oor]

the same as ''uwr' ('uwr); Ur, a place in Chaldaea; also an Israelite:--Ur.

(219) 'owrah [o-raw']

feminine of ''owr' ('owr); luminousness, i.e. (figuratively) prosperity; also a plant (as being bright):--herb, light.

(220) 'averah [av-ay-raw']

by transposition for ''urvah' ('urvah); a stall:--cote.

(221) 'Uwriy [oo-ree']

from ''uwr' ('uwr); fiery; Uri, the name of three Israelites:--Uri.

(222) 'Uwriy'el [oo-ree-ale']

from ''uwr' ('uwr) and ''el' ('el); flame of God; Uriel, the name of two Israelites:--Uriel.

(223) 'Uwriyah [oo-ree-yaw']

or (prolonged) Uwriyahuw {oo-ree-yaw'-hoo}; from ''uwr' ('uwr) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); flame of Jah; Urijah, the name of one Hittite and five Israelites:--Uriah, Urijah.

(224) 'Uwriym [oo-reem']

plur of ''uwr' ('uwr); lights; Urim, the oracular brilliancy of the figures in the high-priest's breastplate:--Urim.

(225) 'uwth [ooth]

a primitive root; properly, to come, i.e. (implied) to assent:--consent.

(226) 'owth [oth]

probably from ''uwth' ('uwth) (in the sense of appearing); a signal (literally or figuratively), as a flag, beacon, monument, omen, prodigy, evidence, etc.:--mark, miracle, (en-)sign, token.

(227) 'az [awz]

a demonstrative adverb; at that time or place; also as a conjunction, therefore:--beginning, for, from, hitherto, now, of old, once, since, then, at which time, yet.

(228) 'aza' [az-zaw']

(Aramaic) or iazah (Aramaic) {az-aw'}; to kindle; (by implication) to heat:--heat, hot.

(229) 'Ezbay [ez-bah'ee]

probably from ''ezowb' ('ezowb); hyssop-like; Ezbai, an Israelite:--Ezbai.

(230) 'azad [az-zawd']

(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation; firm:--be gone.

(231) 'ezowb [ay-zobe']

probably of foreign derivation; hyssop:--hyssop.

(232) 'ezowr [ay-zore']

from ''aziqqiym' ('aziqqiym); something girt; a belt, also a band:--girdle.

(233) 'azay [az-ah'ee]

probably from ''az' ('az); at that time:--then.

(234) 'azkarah [az-kaw-raw']

from 'zakar' (zakar); a reminder; specifically remembrance- offering:--memorial.

(235) 'azal [aw-zal']

a primitive root; to go away, 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 (spent).

(236) 'azal [az-al']

(Aramaic) the same as ''azal' ('azal); to depart:--go (up).

(237) 'ezel [eh'-zel]

from ''azal' ('azal); departure; Ezel, a memorial stone in Palestine:--Ezel.

(238) 'azan [aw-zan']

a primitive root; probably to expand; but used only as a denominative from ''ozen' ('ozen); to broaden out the ear (with the hand), i.e. (by implication) to listen:--give (perceive by the) ear, hear(-ken). See ''azan' ('azan).

(239) 'azan [aw-zan']

a primitive root (rather identical with ''azan' ('azan) through the idea of scales as if two ears); to weigh, i.e. (figuratively) ponder:--give good head.

(240) 'azen [aw-zane']

from ''azan' ('azan); a spade or paddle (as having a broad end):--weapon.

(241) 'ozen [o'-zen]

from ''azan' ('azan); broadness. i.e. (concrete) the ear (from its form in man):--+ advertise, audience, + displease, ear, hearing, + show.

(242) 'Uzzen She'erah [ooz-zane' sheh-er-aw']

from ''azan' ('azan) and 'She'erah' (She'erah); plat of Sheerah (i.e. settled by him); Uzzen-Sheerah, a place in Palestine:--Uzzen-sherah.

(243) 'Aznowth Tabowr [az-noth' taw-bore']

from ''azan' ('azan) and 'Tabowr' (Tabowr); flats (i.e. tops) of Tabor (i.e. situated on it); Aznoth-Tabor, a place in Palestine:--Aznoth-tabor.

(244) 'Ozniy [oz-nee']

from ''ozen' ('ozen); having (quick) ears; Ozni, an Israelite; also an Oznite (collectively), his descendant:--Ozni, Oznites.

(245) 'Azanyah [az-an-yaw']

from ''azan' ('azan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); heard by Jah; Azanjah, an Israelite:--Azaniah.

(246) 'aziqqiym [az-ik-keem']

a variation for 'ziyqah' (ziyqah); manacles:--chains.

(247) 'azar [aw-zar']

a primitive root; to belt:--bind (compass) about, gird (up, with).

(248) 'ezrowa` [ez-ro'-a]

a variation for 'zrowa`' (zrowa`); the arm:--arm.

(249) 'ezrach [ez-rawkh']

from 'zarach' (zarach) (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 (nation).

(250) 'Ezrachiy [ez-raw-khee']

patronymic from 'Chobab' (Chobab); an Ezrachite or descendant of Zerach:--Ezrahite.

(251) 'ach [awkh]

a primitive word; a brother (used in the widest sense of literal relationship and metaphorical affinity or resemblance (like ''ab' ('ab))):--another, brother(-ly); kindred, like, other. Compare also the proper names beginning with "Ah-" or "Ahi-".

(252) 'ach [akh]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''ach' ('ach):--brother.

(253) 'ach [awkh]

a variation for ''ahahh' ('ahahh); Oh! (expressive of grief or surprise):--ah, alas.

(254) 'ach [awkh]

of uncertain derivation; a fire-pot or chafing dish:-- hearth.

(255) 'oach [o'-akh]

probably from ''ach' ('ach); a howler or lonesome wild animal:--doleful creature.

(256) 'Ach'ab [akh-awb']

once (by contraction) oEchab (Jer. 29:22) {ekh- awb'}; from ''ach' ('ach) and ''ab' ('ab); brother (i.e. friend) of (his) father; Achab, the name of a king of Israel and of a prophet at Babylon:--Ahab.

(257) 'Achban [akh-bawn']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'biyn' (biyn); brother (i.e. possessor) of understanding; Achban, an Israelite:--Ahban.

(258) 'achad [aw-khad']

perhaps a primitive root; to unify, i.e. (figuratively) collect (one's thoughts):--go one way or other.

(259) 'echad [ekh-awd']

a numeral from ''achad' ('achad); properly, 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) 'achuw [aw'-khoo]

of uncertain (perhaps Egyptian) derivation; a bulrush or any marshy grass (particularly that along the Nile):--flag, meadow.

(261) 'Echuwd [ay-khood']

from ''achad' ('achad); united; Echud, the name of three Israelites:--Ehud.

(262) 'achvah [akh-vaw']

from 'chavah' (chavah) (in the sense of 'chava'' (chava')); an utterance:-- declaration.

(263) 'achavah [akh-av-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''achvah' ('achvah); solution (of riddles):--showing.

(264) 'achavah [akh-av-aw']

from ''ach' ('ach); fraternity:--brotherhood.

(265) 'Achowach [akh-o'-akh]

by reduplication from ''ach' ('ach); brotherly; Achoach, an Israelite:--Ahoah.

(266) 'Achowchiy [akh-o-khee']

patronymic from ''achavah' ('achavah); an Achochite or descendant of Achoach:--Ahohite.

(267) 'Achuwmay [akh-oo-mah'-ee]

perhaps from ''ach' ('ach) and 'mayim' (mayim); brother (i.e. neighbour) of water; Achumai, an Israelite:--Ahumai.

(268) 'achowr [aw-khore']

or (shortened) achor {aw-khore'}; from ''Achiyra`' ('Achiyra`); the hinder part; hence (adverb) behind, backward; also (as facing north) the West:--after(-ward), back (part, -side, -ward), hereafter, (be-)hind(-er part), time to come, without.

(269) 'achowth [aw-khoth']

irregular feminine of ''ach' ('ach); a sister (used very widely (like ''Ezrachiy' ('Ezrachiy)), literally and figuratively):--(an-)other, sister, together.

(270) 'achaz [aw-khaz']

a primitive root; to seize (often with the accessory idea of holding in possession):--+ be affrighted, bar, (catch, lay, take) hold (back), come upon, fasten, handle, portion, (get, have or take) possess(-ion).

(271) 'Achaz [aw-khawz']

from ''achaz' ('achaz); possessor; Achaz, the name of a Jewish king and of an Israelite:--Ahaz.

(272) 'achuzzah [akh-ooz-zaw']

feminine passive participle from ''achaz' ('achaz); something seized, i.e. a possession (especially of land):--possession.

(273) 'Achzay [akh-zah'ee]

from ''achaz' ('achaz); seizer; Achzai, an Israelite:--Ahasai.

(274) 'Achazyah [akh-az-yaw']

or (prolonged) rAchazyahuw {akh-az-yaw'-hoo}; from ''achaz' ('achaz) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has seized; Achazjah, the name of a Jewish and an Israelite king:--Ahaziah.

(275) 'Achuzzam [akh-ooz-zawm']

from ''achaz' ('achaz); seizure; Achuzzam, an Israelite:--Ahuzam.

(276) 'Achuzzath [akh-ooz-zath']

a variation of ''achuzzah' ('achuzzah); possession; Achuzzath, a Philistine:--Ahuzzath.

(277) 'Achiy [akh-ee']

from ''ach' ('ach); brotherly; Achi, the name of two Israelites:--Ahi.

(278) 'Echiy [ay-khee']

probably the same as ''Achiy' ('Achiy); Echi, an Israelite:--Ehi.

(279) 'Achiyam [akh-ee-awm']

from ''ach' ('ach) and ''em' ('em); brother of the mother (i.e. uncle); Achiam, an Israelite:--Ahiam.

(280) 'achiydah [akh-ee-daw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'chiydah' (chiydah), an enigma:--hard sentence.

(281) 'Achiyah [akh-ee-yaw]

or (prolonged) pAchiyahuw {akh-ee-yaw'-hoo}; from ''ach' ('ach) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); brother (i.e. worshipper) of Jah; Achijah, the name of nine Israelites:--Ahiah, Ahijah.

(282) 'Achiyhuwd [akh-ee-hood']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'howd' (howd); brother (i.e. possessor) of renown; Achihud, an Israelite:--Ahihud.

(283) 'Achyow [akh-yo']

prolonged from ''ach' ('ach); brotherly; Achio, the name of three Israelites:--Ahio.

(284) 'Achiychud [akh-ee-khood']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'chuwd' (chuwd); brother of a riddle (i.e. mysterious); Achichud, an Israelite:--Ahihud.

(285) 'Achiytuwb [akh-ee-toob']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'tuwb' (tuwb); brother of goodness; Achitub, the name of several priests:--Ahitub.

(286) 'Achiyluwd [akh-ee-lood']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'yalad' (yalad); brother of one born; Achilud, an Israelite:--Ahilud.

(287) 'Achiymowth [akh-ee-moth']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'muwth' (muwth); brother of death; Achimoth, an Israelite:--Ahimoth.

(288) 'Achiymelek [akh-ee-meh'-lek]

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'melek' (melek); brother of (the) king; Achimelek, the name of an Israelite and of a Hittite:--Ahimelech.

(289) 'Achiyman [akh-ee-man']

or mAchiyman {akh-ee-mawn'}; from ''ach' ('ach) and 'min' (min); brother of a portion (i.e. gift); Achiman, the name of an Anakite and of an Israelite:--Ahiman.

(290) 'Achiyma`ats [akh-ee-mah'-ats]

from ''ach' ('ach) and the equivalent of 'Ma`ats' (Ma`ats); brother of anger; Achimaats, the name of three Israelites:--Ahimaaz.

(291) 'Achyan [akh-yawn']

from ''ach' ('ach); brotherly; Achjan, an Israelite:--Ahian.

(292) 'Achiynadab [akh-ee-naw-dawb']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'nadab' (nadab); brother of liberality; Achinadab, an Israelite:--Ahinadab.

(293) 'Achiyno`am [akh-ee-no'-am]

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'no`am' (no`am); brother of pleasantness; Achinoam, the name of two Israelitesses:--Ahinoam.

(294) 'Achiycamak [akh-ee-saw-mawk']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'camak' (camak); brother of support; Achisamak, an Israelite:--Ahisamach.

(295) 'Achiy`ezer [akh-ee-eh'-zer]

from ''ach' ('ach) and '`ezer' (`ezer); brother of help; Achiezer, the name of two Israelites:--Ahiezer.

(296) 'Achiyqam [akh-ee-kawm']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'quwm' (quwm); brother of rising (i.e. high); Achikam, an Israelite:--Ahikam.

(297) 'Achiyram [akh-ee-rawm']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'ruwm' (ruwm); brother of height (i.e. high); Achiram, an Israelite:--Ahiram.

(298) 'Achiyramiy [akh-ee-raw-mee']

patronymic from ''Achiyram' ('Achiyram); an Achiramite or descendant (collectively) of Achiram:--Ahiramites.

(299) 'Achiyra` [akh-ee-rah']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'ra`' (ra`); brother of wrong; Achira, an Israelite:--Ahira.

(300) 'Achiyshachar [akh-ee-shakh'-ar]

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'shachar' (shachar); brother of (the) dawn; Achishachar, an Israelite:--Ahishar.

(301) 'Achiyshar [akh-ee-shawr']

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'shiyr' (shiyr); brother of (the) singer; Achishar, an Israelite:--Ahishar.

(302) 'Achiythophel [akh-ee-tho'-fel]

from ''ach' ('ach) and 'taphel' (taphel); brother of folly; Achithophel, an Israelite:--Ahithophel.

(303) 'Achlab [akh-lawb']

from the same root as 'cheleb' (cheleb); fatness (i.e. fertile); Achlab, a place in Palestine:--Ahlab.