Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


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(304) 'Achlay [akh-lah'ee]

the same as ''achalay' ('achalay); wishful; Achlai, the name of an Israelitess and of an Israelite:--Ahlai.

(305) 'achalay [akh-al-ah'ee]

or achaley {akh-al-ay'}; prob from ''ach' ('ach) and a variation of 'luw'' (luw'); would that!:--O that, would God.

(306) 'achlamah [akh-law'-maw]

perhaps from 'chalam' (chalam) (and thus dream-stone); a gem, probably the amethyst:--amethyst.

(307) 'Achmtha' [akh-me-thaw']

of Persian derivation; Achmetha (i.e. Ecbatana), the summer capital of Persia:--Achmetha.

(308) 'Achacbay [akh-as-bah'ee]

of uncertain derivation; Achasbai, an Israelite:--Ahasbai.

(309) 'achar [aw-khar']

a primitive root; to loiter (i.e. be behind); by implication to procrastinate:--continue, defer, delay, hinder, be late (slack), stay (there), tarry (longer).

(310) 'achar [akh-ar']

from ''achar' ('achar); properly, the hind part; generally used as an adverb or conjunction, after (in various senses):--after (that, -ward), again, at, away from, back (from, -side), behind, beside, by, follow (after, -ing), forasmuch, from, hereafter, hinder end, + out (over) live, + persecute, posterity, pursuing, remnant, seeing, since, thence(-forth), when, with.

(311) 'achar [akh-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''achar' ('achar); after:--(here-)after.

(312) 'acher [akh-air']

from ''achar' ('achar); properly, hinder; generally, next, other, etc.:--(an-)other man, following, next, strange.

(313) 'Acher [akh-air']

the same as ''acher' ('acher); Acher, an Israelite:--Aher.

(314) 'acharown [akh-ar-one']

or (shortened) ;acharon {akh-ar-one'}; from ''achar' ('achar); hinder; generally, late or last; specifically (as facing the east) western:--after (-ward), to come, following, hind(-er, -ermost, -most), last, latter, rereward, ut(ter)most.

(315) 'Achrach [akh-rakh']

from ''achar' ('achar) and ''ach' ('ach); after (his) brother: Achrach, an Israelite:--Aharah.

(316) 'Acharchel [akh-ar-kale']

from ''achar' ('achar) and 'cheyl' (cheyl); behind (the) intrenchment (i.e. safe); Acharchel, an Israelite:--Aharhel,

(317) 'ochoriy [okh-or-ee']

(Aramaic) from ''achar' ('achar); other:--(an-)other.

(318) 'ochoreyn [okh-or-ane']

(Aramaic) or (shortened) :ochoren (Aramaic) {okh-or-ane'}; from ''ochoriy' ('ochoriy); last:--at last.

(319) 'achariyth [akh-ar-eeth']

from ''achar' ('achar); the last or end, hence, the future; also posterity:--(last, latter) end (time), hinder (utter) -most, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward.

(320) 'achariyth [akh-ar-eeth']

(Aramaic) from ''achar' ('achar); the same as ''achariyth' ('achariyth); later:--latter.

(321) 'ochoran [okh-or-awn']

(Aramaic) from ''achar' ('achar); the same as ''ochoriy' ('ochoriy); other:--(an-)other.

(322) 'achoranniyth [akh-o-ran-neeth']

prolonged from ''achowr' ('achowr); backwards:--back (-ward, again).

(323) 'achashdarpan [akh-ash-dar-pan']

of Persian derivation; a satrap or governor of a main province (of Persia):--lieutenant.

(324) 'achashdarpan [akh-ash-dar-pan']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''achashdarpan' ('achashdarpan):--prince.

(325) 'Achashverowsh [akh-ash-vay-rosh']

or (shortened) pAchashrosh {akh- ash-rosh'} (Esth. 10:1); of Persian origin; Achashverosh (i.e. Ahasuerus or Artaxerxes, but in this case Xerxes), the title (rather than name) of a Persian king:--Ahasuerus.

(326) 'achashtariy [akh-ash-taw-ree']

probably of Persian derivation; an achastarite (i.e. courier); the designation (rather than name) of an Israelite:--Haakashtari (includ. the article).

(327) 'achastaran [akh-ash-taw-rawn']

of Persian origin; a mule:--camel.

(328) 'at [at]

from an unused root perhaps meaning to move softly; (as a noun) a necromancer (from their soft incantations), (as an adverb) gently:--charmer, gently, secret, softly.

(329) 'atad [aw-tawd']

from an unused root probably meaning to pierce or make fast; a thorn-tree (especially the buckthorn):--Atad, bramble, thorn.

(330) 'etuwn [ay-toon']

from an unused root (probably meaning to bind); properly, twisted (yarn), i.e. tapestry:--fine linen.

(331) 'atam [aw-tam']

a primitive root; to close (the lips or ears); by analology to contract (a window by bevelled jambs):--narrow, shut, stop.

(332) 'atar [aw-tar']

a primitive root; to close up:--shut.

(333) 'Ater [aw-tare']

from ''atar' ('atar); maimed; Ater, the name of three Israelites:--Ater.

(334) 'itter [it-tare']

from ''atar' ('atar); shut up, i.e. impeded (as to the use of the right hand):--+ left-handed.

(335) 'ay [ah'ee]

perhaps from ''aiyn' ('aiyn); where? hence how?:--how, what, whence, where, whether, which (way).

(336) 'iy [ee]

probably identical with ''ay' ('ay) (through the idea of a query); not:--island (Job 22:30).

(337) 'iy [ee]

short from ''owy' ('owy); alas!:--woe.

(338) 'iy [ee]

probably identical with ''iy' ('iy) (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) 'iy [ee]

from ''avah' ('avah); properly, a habitable spot (as desirable); dry land, a coast, an island:--country, isle, island.

(340) 'ayab [aw-yab']

a primitive root; to hate (as one of an opposite tribe or party); hence to be hostile:--be an enemy.

(341) 'oyeb [o-yabe']

or (fully) owyeb {o-yabe'}; active participle of ''ayab' ('ayab); hating; an adversary:--enemy, foe.

(342) 'eybah [ay-baw']

from ''ayab' ('ayab); hostility:--emnity, hatred.

(343) 'eyd [ade]

from the same as ''uwd' ('uwd) (in the sense of bending down); oppression; by implication misfortune, ruin:--calamity, destruction.

(344) 'ayah [ah-yaw']

perhaps from ''iy' ('iy); the screamer, i.e. a hawk:--kite, vulture.

(345) 'Ayah [ah-yaw']

the same as ''ayah' ('ayah); Ajah, the name of two Israelites:--Aiah, Ajah.

(346) 'ayeh [ah-yay']

prolonged from ''ay' ('ay); where?:--where.

(347) 'Iyowb [ee-yobe']

from ''ayab' ('ayab); hated (i.e. persecuted); Ijob, the patriarch famous for his patience:--Job.

(348) 'Iyzebel [ee-zeh'-bel]

from ''iy' ('iy) and 'Zbul' (Zbul); Izebel, the wife of king Ahab:--Jezebel.

(349) 'eyk [ake]

also eykah {ay-kaw'}; and teykakah {ay-kaw'-kah}; prolonged from ''ay' ('ay); how? or how!; also where:--how, what.

(350) 'Iy-kabowd [ee-kaw-bode']

from ''iy' ('iy) and 'kabowd' (kabowd); (there is) no glory, i.e. inglorious; Ikabod, a son of Phineas:--I-chabod.

(351) 'eykoh [ay-ko]

probably a variation for ''eyk' ('eyk), but not as an interogative; where:--where.

(352) 'ayil [ah'-yil]

from the same as ''uwl' ('uwl); properly, strength; hence, anything strong; specifically 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) 'eyal [eh-yawl']

a variation of ''ayil' ('ayil); strength:--strength.

(354) 'ayal [ah-yawl']

an intensive form of ''ayil' ('ayil) (in the sense of ram); a stag or male deer:--hart.

(355) 'ayalah [ah-yaw-law']

feminine of ''ayal' ('ayal); a doe or female deer:--hind.

(356) 'Eylown [ay-lone']

or (shortened) ;Elown {ay-lone'}; or Eylon {ay- lone'}; from ''ayil' ('ayil); oak-grove; Elon, the name of a place in Palestine, and also of one Hittite, two Israelites:--Elon.

(357) 'Ayalown [ah-yaw-lone']

from ''ayal' ('ayal); deer-field; Ajalon, the name of five places in Palestine:--Aijalon, Ajalon.

(358) 'Eylown Beyth Chanan [ay-lone' bayth-chaw-nawn']

from ''Eylown' ('Eylown), 'bayith' (bayith), and 'chanan' (chanan); oak-grove of (the) house of favor; Elon of Beth-chanan, a place in Palestine:--Elon-beth-hanan.

(359) 'Eylowth [ay-loth']

or mEylath {ay-lath'}; from ''ayil' ('ayil); trees or a grove (i.e. palms); Eloth or Elath, a place on the Red Sea:--Elath, Eloth.

(360) 'eyaluwth [eh-yaw-looth']

feminine of ''eyal' ('eyal); power; by implication, protection:--strength.

(361) 'eylam [ay-lawm']

or (shortened) ;elam {ay-lawm'}; or (feminine) ielammah {ay-lam-maw'}; probably from ''ayil' ('ayil); a pillar-space (or colonnade), i.e. a pale (or portico):--arch.

(362) 'Eylim [ay-leem']

plural of ''ayil' ('ayil); palm-trees; Elim, a place in the Desert:--Elim.

(363) 'iylan [ee-lawn']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''Eylown' ('Eylown); a tree:--tree.

(364) 'Eyl Pa'ran [ale paw-rawn']

from ''ayil' ('ayil) and 'Pa'ran' (Pa'ran); oak of Paran; El- Paran, a portion of the district of Paran:--El-paran.

(365) 'ayeleth [ah-yeh'-leth]

the same as ''ayalah' ('ayalah); a doe:--hind, Aijeleth.

(366) 'ayom [aw-yome']

from an unused root (meaning to frighten); frightful:--terrible.

(367) 'eymah [ay-maw']

or (shortened) remah {ay-maw'}; from the same as ''ayom' ('ayom); fright; concrete, an idol (as a bugbear):--dread, fear, horror, idol, terrible, terror.

(368) 'Eymiym [ay-meem']

plural of ''eymah' ('eymah); terrors; Emim, an early Canaanitish (or Maobitish) tribe:--Emims.

(369) 'ayin [ah'-yin]

as if from a primitive root meaning to be nothing or not exist; a non-entity; generally used as a negative 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. Compare ''aiyn' ('aiyn).

(370) 'aiyn [ah-yin']

probably identical with ''ayin' ('ayin) in the sense of query (compare ''iy' ('iy)); --where? (only in connection with prepositional prefix, whence):--whence, where.

(371) 'iyn [een]

apparently a shortened form of ''ayin' ('ayin); but (like ''aiyn' ('aiyn)) an interrogative: is it not?:--not.

(372) 'Iy`ezer [ee-eh'-zer]

from ''iy' ('iy) and '`ezer' (`ezer); helpless; Iezer, an Israelite:--Jeezer.

(373) 'Iy`ezriy [ee-ez-ree']

patronymic from ''Iy`ezer' ('Iy`ezer); an Iezrite or descendant of Iezer:--Jezerite.

(374) 'eyphah [ay-faw']

or (shortened) ephah {ay-faw'}; of Egyptian derivation; an ephah or measure for grain; hence, a measure in general:-- ephah, (divers) measure(-s).

(375) 'eyphoh [ay-fo']

from ''ay' ('ay) and 'poh' (poh); what place?; also (of time) when?; or (of means) how?; --what manner, where.

(376) 'iysh [eesh]

contracted for ''enowsh' ('enowsh) (or perhaps rather from an unused root meaning to be extant); 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 translation):--also, another, any (man), a certain, + champion, consent, each, every (one), fellow, (foot-, husband-)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. Compare ''ishshah' ('ishshah).

(377) 'iysh [eesh]

denominative from ''iysh' ('iysh); to be a man, i.e. act in a manly way:--show (one) self a man.

(378) 'Iysh-Bosheth [eesh-bo'-sheth]

from ''iysh' ('iysh) and 'bosheth' (bosheth); man of shame; Ish- Bosheth, a son of King Saul:--Ish-bosheth.

(379) 'Iyshhowd [eesh-hode']

from ''iysh' ('iysh) and 'howd' (howd); man of renown; Ishod, an Israelite:--Ishod.

(380) 'iyshown [ee-shone']

diminutive from ''iysh' ('iysh); the little man of the eye; the pupil or ball; hence, the middle (of night):--apple (of the eye), black, obscure.

(381) 'Iysh-Chayil [eesh-khah'-yil]

from ''iysh' ('iysh) and 'chayil' (chayil); man of might; by defect. transcription (2 Sam. 23:20) Iysh-Chay {eesh-khah'ee}; as if from ''iysh' ('iysh) and 'chay' (chay); living man; Ish-chail (or Ish-chai), an Israelite:--a valiant man.

(382) 'Iysh-Towb [eesh-tobe']

from ''iysh' ('iysh) and 'Towb' (Towb); man of Tob; Ish-Tob, a place in Palestine:--Ish-tob.

(383) 'iythay [ee-thah'ee]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yesh' (yesh); properly, entity; used only as a particle of affirmation, there is:--art thou, can, do ye, have, it be, there is (are), X we will not.

(384) 'Iythiy'el [eeth-ee-ale']

perhaps from ''osher' ('osher) and ''el' ('el); God has arrived; Ithiel, the name of an Israelite, also of a symbolical person:--Ithiel.

(385) 'Iythamar [eeth-aw-mawr']

from ''iy' ('iy) and 'tamar' (tamar); coast of the palm-tree; Ithamar, a son of Aaron:--Ithamar.

(386) 'eythan [ay-thawn']

or (shortened) ethan {ay-thawn'}; from an unused root (meaning to continue); permanence; hence (concrete) permanent; specifically a chieftain:--hard, mighty, rough, strength, strong.

(387) 'Eythan [ay-thawn']

the same as ''eythan' ('eythan); permanent; Ethan, the name of four Israelites:--Ethan.

(388) 'Eythaniym [ay-thaw-neem']

plural of ''eythan' ('eythan); always with the article; the permanent brooks; Ethanim, the name of a month:--Ethanim.

(389) 'ak [ak]

akin to ''aken' ('aken); a particle of affirmation, surely; hence (by limitation) only:--also, in any wise, at least, but, certainly, even, howbeit, nevertheless, notwithstanding, only, save, surely, of a surety, truly, verily, + wherefore, yet (but).

(390) 'Akkad [ak-kad']

from an unused root probably meaning to strengthen; a fortress; Accad, a place in Babylon:--Accad.

(391) 'akzab [ak-zawb']

from 'kazab' (kazab); falsehood; by implication treachery:--liar, lie.

(392) 'Akziyb [ak-zeeb']

from ''akzab' ('akzab); deceitful (in the sense of a winter- torrent which fails in summer); Akzib, the name of two places in Palestine:--Achzib.

(393) 'akzar [ak-zawr']

from an unused root (apparently meaning to act harshly); violent; by implication deadly; also (in a good sense) brave:--cruel, fierce.

(394) 'akzariy [ak-zawr-ree']

from ''akzar' ('akzar); terrible:--cruel (one).

(395) 'akzriyuwth [ak-ze-ree-ooth']

from ''akzariy' ('akzariy); fierceness:--cruel.

(396) 'akiylah [ak-ee-law']

feminine from ''akal' ('akal); something eatable, i.e. food:--meat.

(397) 'Akiysh [aw-keesh']

of uncertain derivation; Akish, a Philistine king:--Achish.

(398) 'akal [aw-kal']

a primitive root; to eat (literally or figuratively):--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) 'akal [ak-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''akal' ('akal):--+ accuse, devour, eat.

(400) 'okel [o'-kel]

from ''akal' ('akal); food:--eating, food, meal(-time), meat, prey, victuals.

(401) 'Ukal [oo-kawl']

or mUkkal {ook-kawl'}; apparently from ''akal' ('akal); devoured; Ucal, a fancy name:--Ucal.

(402) 'oklah [ok-law']

feminine of ''Ukal' ('Ukal); food:--consume, devour, eat, food, meat.

(403) 'aken [aw-kane']

from 'kuwn' (kuwn) (compare 'ken' (ken)); firmly; figuratively, surely; also (advers.) but:--but, certainly, nevertheless, surely, truly, verily.

(404) 'akaph [aw-kaf']

a primitive root; apparently meaning to curve (as with a burden); to urge:--crave.