Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(607) — (707)

(607) 'antah [an-taw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''attah' ('attah); thou:--as for thee, thou.

(608) 'antuwn [an-toon']

(Aramaic) plural of ''antah' ('antah); ye:--ye.

(609) 'Aca' [aw-saw']

of uncertain derivation; Asa, the name of a king and of a Levite:--Asa.

(610) 'acuwk [aw-sook']

from 'cuwk' (cuwk); anointed, i.e. an oil-flask:--pot.

(611) 'acown [aws-sone']

of uncertain derivation; hurt:--mischief.

(612) 'ecuwr [ay-soor']

from ''acar' ('acar); a bond (especially manacles of a prisoner):--band, + prison.

(613) 'ecuwr [es-oor']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''ecuwr' ('ecuwr):--band, imprisonment.

(614) 'aciyph [aw-seef']

or maciph {aw-seef'}; from ''acaph' ('acaph); gathered, i.e. (abstractly) a gathering in of crops:--ingathering.

(615) 'aciyr [aw-sere']

from ''acar' ('acar); bound, i.e. a captive:--(those which are) bound, prisoner.

(616) 'acciyr [as-sere']

for ''aciyr' ('aciyr): prisoner.

(617) 'Acciyr [as-sere']

the same as ''acciyr' ('acciyr); prisoner; Assir, the name of two Israelites:--Assir.

(618) 'acam [aw-sawm']

from an unused root meaning to heap together; a storehouse (only in the plural):--barn, storehouse.

(619) 'Acnah [as-naw']

of uncertain derivation; Asnah, one of the Nethinim:--Asnah.

(620) 'Ocnappar [os-nap-par']

of foreign derivation; Osnappar, an Assyrian king:--Asnapper.

(621) 'Acnath [aw-se-nath']

of Egyptian derivation; Asenath, the wife of Joseph:--Asenath.

(622) 'acaph [aw-saf']

a primitive root; to gather for any purpose; hence, to receive, take away, i.e. remove (destroy, leave behind, put up, restore, etc.):--assemble, bring, consume, destroy, felch, gather (in, together, up again), X generally, get (him), lose, put all together, receive, recover (another from leprosy), (be) rereward, X surely, take (away, into, up), X utterly, withdraw.

(623) 'Acaph [aw-sawf']

from ''acaph' ('acaph); collector; Asaph, the name of three Israelites, and of the family of the first:--Asaph.

(624) 'acuph [aw-soof']

passive participle of ''acaph' ('acaph); collected (only in the plural), i.e. a collection of offerings):--threshold, Asuppim.

(625) 'oceph [o'-sef]

from ''acaph' ('acaph); a collection (of fruits):--gathering.

(626) 'acephah [as-ay-faw']

from ''acaph' ('acaph); a collection of people (only adverbial):--X together.

(627) 'acuppah [as-up-paw']

fem of ''acuph' ('acuph).; a collection of (learned) men (only in the plural):--assembly.

(628) 'acpcuph [as-pes-oof']

by reduplication from ''acuph' ('acuph); gathered up together, i.e. a promiscuous assemblage (of people):--mixt multitude.

(629) 'ocparna' [os-par-naw']

(Aramaic) of Persian derivation; diligently:--fast, forthwith, speed(-ily).

(630) 'Acpatha' [as-paw-thaw']

of Persian derivation; Aspatha, a son of Haman:--Aspatha.

(631) 'acar [aw-sar']

a primitive root; to yoke or hitch; by analogy, 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) 'ecar [es-sawr']

or riccar {is-sawr'}; from ''acar' ('acar); an obligation or vow (of abstinence):--binding, bond.

(633) 'ecar [es-sawr']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''ecar' ('ecar) in a legal sense; an interdict:--decree.

(634) 'Ecar-Chaddown [ay-sar' Chad-dohn']

of foreign derivation; Esar- chaddon, an Assyrian king:--Esar-haddon.

(635) 'Ecter [es-tare']

of Persian derivation; Ester, the Jewish heroine:--Esther.

(636) 'a` [aw]

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`ets' (`ets); a tree or wood:--timber, wood.

(637) 'aph [af]

a primitive particle; meaning accession (used as an adverb or conjunction); also or yea; adversatively though:--also, + although, and (furthermore, yet), but, even, + how much less (more, rather than), moreover, with, yea.

(638) 'aph [af]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''aph' ('aph):--also.

(639) 'aph [af]

from ''anaph' ('anaph); properly, the nose or nostril; hence, the face, and occasionally a person; also (from the rapid breathing in passion) ire:--anger(-gry), + before, countenance, face, + forebearing, forehead, + (long-)suffering, nose, nostril, snout, X worthy, wrath.

(640) 'aphad [aw-fad']

a primitive root (rather a denominative from ''ephowd' ('ephowd)); to gird on (the ephod):--bind, gird.

(641) 'Ephod [ay-fode']

the same as ''ephowd' ('ephowd) shortened; Ephod, an Israelite:--Ephod.

(642) 'ephuddah [ay-food-daw']

feminine of ''ephowd' ('ephowd); a girding on (of the ephod); hence, generally, a plating (of metal):--ephod, ornament.

(643) 'appeden [ap-peh'-den]

apparently of foreign derivation; a pavilion or palace-tent:--palace.

(644) 'aphah [aw-faw']

a primitive root; to cook, especially to bake:--bake(-r, (-meats)).

(645) 'ephow [ay-fo']

or hephowe {ay-fo'}; from 'poh' (poh); strictly a demonstrative particle, here; but used of time, now or then:--here, now, where?

(646) 'ephowd [ay-fode']

rarely oephod {ay-fode'}; probably of foreign derivation ; a girdle; specifically the ephod or high-priest's shoulder- piece; also generally, an image:--ephod.

(647) 'Aphiyach [af-ee'-akh]

perhaps from 'puwach' (puwach); breeze; Aphiach, an Israelite:--Aphiah.

(648) 'aphiyl [aw-feel']

from the same as ''aphel' ('aphel) (in the sense of weakness); unripe:--not grown up.

(649) 'Appayim [ap-pah'-yim]

dual of ''aph' ('aph); two nostrils; Appajim, an Israelite:--Appaim.

(650) 'aphiyq [aw-feek']

from ''acaph' ('acaph); properly, containing, i.e. a tube; also a bed or valley of a stream; also a strong thing or a hero:--brook, channel, mighty, river, + scale, stream, strong piece.

(651) 'aphel [aw-fale']

from an unused root meaning to set as the sun; dusky:--very dark.

(652) 'ophel [o'fel]

from the same as ''aphel' ('aphel); dusk:--darkness, obscurity, privily.

(653) 'aphelah [af-ay-law']

feminine of ''aphel' ('aphel); duskiness, figuratively, misfortune; concrete, concealment:--dark, darkness, gloominess, X thick.

(654) 'Ephlal [ef-lawl']

from 'palal' (palal); judge; Ephlal, an Israelite:--Ephlal.

(655) 'ophen [o'-fen]

from an unused root meaning to revolve; a turn, i.e. a season:--+ fitly.

(656) 'aphec [aw-face']

a primitive root; to disappear, i.e. cease:--be clean gone (at an end, brought to nought), fail.

(657) 'ephec [eh'-fes]

from ''aphec' ('aphec); cessation, i.e. an end (especially of the earth); often used adverb, no further; also (like 'pa`al' (pa`al)) 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(-ing), there, uttermost part, want, without (cause).

(658) 'Ephec Dammiym [eh'-fes dam-meem']

from ''ephec' ('ephec) and the plural of 'dam' (dam); boundary of blood-drops; Ephes-Dammim, a place in Palestine:--Ephes- dammim.

(659) 'epha` [eh'-fah]

from an unused root probably meaning to breathe; properly, a breath, i.e. nothing:--of nought.

(660) 'eph`eh [ef-eh']

from ''epha`' ('epha`) (in the sense of hissing); an asp or other venomous serpent:--viper.

(661) 'aphaph [aw-faf']

a primitive root; to surround:--compass.

(662) 'aphaq [aw-fak']

a primitive root; to contain, i.e. (reflex.) abstain:--force (oneself), restrain.

(663) 'Apheq [af-ake']

or rAphiyq {af-eek'}; from ''aphaq' ('aphaq) (in the sense of strength); fortress; Aphek (or Aphik), the name of three places in Palestine:--Aphek, Aphik.

(664) 'Apheqah [af-ay-kaw']

feminine of ''Apheq' ('Apheq); fortress; Aphekah, a place in Palestine:--Aphekah.

(665) 'epher [ay'-fer]

from an unused root meaning to bestrew; ashes:--ashes.

(666) 'apher [af-ayr']

from the same as ''epher' ('epher) (in the sense of covering); a turban:--ashes.

(667) 'ephroach [ef-ro'-akh]

from 'parach' (parach) (in the sense of bursting the shell); the brood of a bird:--young (one).

(668) 'appiryown [ap-pir-yone']

probably of Egyptian derivation; a palanquin:--chariot.

(669) 'Ephrayim [ef-rah'-yim]

dual of masculine form of ''Ephraath' ('Ephraath); double fruit; Ephrajim, a son of Joseph; also the tribe descended from him, and its territory:--Ephraim, Ephraimites.

(670) 'Apharcay [af-aw-re-sah'ee]

(Aramaic) of foreign origin (only in the plural); an Apherasite or inhabitant of an unknown region of Assyria:-- Apharsite.

(671) 'Apharckay [af-ar-sek-ah'ee]

(Aramaic) or fApharcathkay (Aramaic) {af-ar-sath-kah'ee}; of foreign origin (only in the plural); an Apharsekite or Apharsathkite, an unknown Assyrian tribe:--Apharsachites, Apharasthchites.

(672) 'Ephraath [ef-rawth']

or mEphrathah {ef-raw'-thaw}; from 'parah' (parah); fruitfulness; Ephrath, another name for Bethlehem; once (Psa. 132:6) perhaps for Ephraim; also of an Israelitish woman:--Ephrath, Ephratah.

(673) 'Ephrathiy [ef-rawth-ee']

patrial form ''Ephraath' ('Ephraath); an Ephrathite or an Ephraimite:--Ephraimite, Ephrathite.

(674) 'appthom [ap-pe-thome']

(Aramaic) of Persian origin; revenue; others at the last:--revenue.

(675) 'Etsbown [ets-bone']

or mEtsbon {ets-bone'}; of uncertain derivation; Etsbon, the name of two Israelites:--Ezbon.

(676) 'etsba` [ets-bah']

from the same as 'tseba`' (tseba`) (in the sense of grasping); something to sieze with, i.e. a finger; by analogy, a toe:--finger, toe.

(677) 'etsba` [ets-bah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''etsba`' ('etsba`):--finger, toe.

(678) 'atsiyl [aw-tseel']

from ''atsal' ('atsal) (in its secondary sense of separation); an extremity (Isa. 41:9), also a noble:--chief man, noble.

(679) 'atstsiyl [ats-tseel']

from ''atsal' ('atsal) (in its primary sense of uniting); a joint of the hand (i.e. knuckle); also (according to some) a party-wall (Ezek. 41:8):--(arm) hole, great.

(680) 'atsal [aw-tsal']

a primitive root; properly, to join; used only as a denominative from ''etsel' ('etsel); to separate; hence, to select, refuse, contract:--keep, reserve, straiten, take.

(681) 'etsel [ay'-tsel]

from ''atsal' ('atsal) (in the sense of joining); a side; (as a preposition) near:--at, (hard) by, (from) (beside), near (unto), toward, with. See also 'Beyth ha-'etsel' (Beyth ha-'etsel).

(682) 'Atsel [aw-tsale']

from ''atsal' ('atsal); noble; Atsel, the name of an Israelite, and of a place in Palestine:--Azal, Azel.

(683) 'Atsalyahhuw [ats-al-yaw'-hoo]

from ''atsal' ('atsal) and 'Yahh' (Yahh) prolonged; Jah has reserved; Atsaljah, an Israelite:--Azaliah.

(684) 'Otsem [o'-tsem]

from an unused root probably meaning to be strong; strength (i.e. strong); Otsem, the name of two Israelites:--Ozem.

(685) 'ets`adah [ets-aw-daw']

a variation from 'ts`adah' (ts`adah); properly, a step- chain; by analogy, a bracelet:--bracelet, chain.

(686) 'atsar [aw-tsar']

a primitive root; to store up:--(lay up in) store, + (make) treasure(-r).

(687) 'Etser [ay'-tser]

from ''atsar' ('atsar); treasure; Etser, an Idumaean:--Ezer.

(688) 'eqdach [ek-dawkh']

from 'qiddah' (qiddah); burning, i.e. a carbuncle or other fiery gem:--carbuncle.

(689) 'aqqow [ak-ko']

probably from ''anaq' ('anaq); slender, i.e. the ibex:--wild goat.

(690) 'ara' [ar-aw']

probably for ''ariy' ('ariy); lion; Ara, an Israelite:--Ara.

(691) 'er'el [er-ale']

probably for ''ariy'el' ('ariy'el); a hero (collectively):--valiant one.

(692) 'Ar'eliy [ar-ay-lee']

from ''er'el' ('er'el); heroic; Areli (or an Arelite, collectively), an Israelite and his descendants:--Areli, Arelites.

(693) 'arab [aw-rab']

a primitive root; to lurk:--(lie in) ambush(-ment), lay (lie in) wait.

(694) 'Arab [ar-awb']

from ''arab' ('arab); ambush; Arab, a place in Palestine:--Arab.

(695) 'ereb [eh'-reb]

from ''arab' ('arab); ambuscade:--den, lie in wait.

(696) 'oreb [o'-reb]

the same as ''ereb' ('ereb):--wait.

(697) 'arbeh [ar-beh']

from 'rabah' (rabah); a locust (from its rapid increase):-- grasshopper, locust.

(698) 'orobah [or-ob-aw']

feminine of ''oreb' ('oreb) (only in the plural); ambuscades:--spoils.

(699) 'arubbah [ar-oob-baw']

feminine participle passive of ''arab' ('arab) (as if for lurking); a lattice; (by implication) a window, dove-cot (because of the pigeon-holes), chimney (with its apertures for smoke), sluice (with openings for water):--chimney, window.

(700) 'Arubbowth [ar-oob-both]

plural of ''arubbah' ('arubbah); Arubboth, a place in Palestine:--Aruboth.

(701) 'Arbiy [ar-bee']

patrial from ''Arab' ('Arab); an Arbite or native of Arab:--Arbite.

(702) 'arba` [ar-bah']

masculine oarbaah {ar-baw-aw'}; from 'raba`' (raba`); four:--four.

(703) 'arba` [ar-bah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''arba`' ('arba`):--four.

(704) 'Arba` [ar-bah']

the same as ''arba`' ('arba`); Arba, one of the Anakim:--Arba.

(705) 'arba`iym [ar-baw-eem']

multiple of ''arba`' ('arba`); forty:---forty.

(706) 'arba`tayim [ar-bah-tah'-yim]

dual of ''arba`' ('arba`); fourfold:--fourfold.

(707) 'arag [aw-rag']

a primitive root; to plait or weave:--weaver(-r).