Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(708) 'ereg [eh'-reg]

from ''arag' ('arag); a weaving; a braid; also a shuttle:--beam, weaver's shuttle.

(709) 'Argob [ar-gobe']

from the same as 'regeb' (regeb); stony; Argob, a district of Palestine:--Argob.

(710) 'argvan [arg-ev-awn']

a variation for ''argaman' ('argaman); purple:--purple.

(711) 'argvan [arg-ev-awn']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''argvan' ('argvan):--purple.

(712) 'argaz [ar-gawz']

perhaps from 'ragaz' (ragaz) (in the sense of being suspended), a box (as a pannier):--coffer.

(713) 'argaman [ar-gaw-mawn']

of foreign origin; purple (the color or the dyed stuff):--purple.

(714) `Ard [ard]

from an unused root probably meaning to wander; fugitive; Ard, the name of two Israelites:--Ard.

(715) 'Ardown [ar-dohn']

from the same as '`Ard' (`Ard); roaming; Ardon, an Israelite:--Ardon.

(716) 'Ardiy [ar-dee]

patronymic from '`Ard' (`Ard); an Ardite (collectively) or descendant of Ard:--Ardites.

(717) 'arah [aw-raw']

a primitive root; to pluck:--gather, pluck.

(718) 'aruw [ar-oo']

(Aramaic) probably akin to ''aluw' ('aluw); lo!:--behold,lo.

(719) 'Arvad [ar-vad']

probably from 'ruwd' (ruwd); a refuge for the roving; Arvad, an island-city of Palestine:--Arvad.

(720) 'Arowd [ar-ode']

an orthographical variation of ''Arvad' ('Arvad); fugitive; Arod, an Israelite:--Arod.

(721) 'Arvadiy [ar-vaw-dee']

patrial from ''Arvad' ('Arvad); an Arvadite or citizen of Arvad:--Arvadite.

(722) 'Arowdiy [ar-o-dee']

patronymic from ''Arvadiy' ('Arvadiy); an Arodite or descendant of Arod:--Arodi, Arodites.

(723) 'urvah [oor-vaw']

or rarayah {ar-aw'-yah'}; from ''arah' ('arah)(in the sense of feeding); a herding-place for an animal:--stall.

(724) 'aruwkah [ar-oo-kaw']

or rarukah {ar-oo-kaw'}; feminine passive participle of ''arak' ('arak) (in the sense of restoring to soundness); wholeness (literally or figuratively):--health, made up, perfected.

(725) 'Aruwmah [ar-oo-maw']

a variation of 'Ruwmah' (Ruwmah); height; Arumah, a place in Palestine:--Arumah.

(726) 'Arowmiy [ar-o-mee']

a clerical error for ''Edomiy' ('Edomiy); an Edomite (as in the margin}:--Syrian.

(727) 'arown [aw-rone']

or laron {aw-rone'}; from ''arah' ('arah) (in the sense of gathering); a box:--ark, chest, coffin.

(728) 'Aravnah [ar-av-naw']

or (by transposition) rOwrnah {ore-naw'}; or fArniyah {ar-nee-yaw'}; all by orthographical variation for ''Ornan' ('Ornan); Aravnah (or Arnijah or Ornah), a Jebusite:--Araunah.

(729) 'araz [aw-raz']

a primitive root; to be firm; used only in the passive participle as a denominative from ''erez' ('erez); of cedar:--made of cedar.

(730) 'erez [eh-rez']

from ''araz' ('araz); a cedar tree (from the tenacity of its roots):--cedar (tree).

(731) 'arzah [ar-zaw']

fem of ''erez' ('erez); cedar wainscoating:--cedar work.

(732) 'arach [aw-rakh']

a primitive root; to travel:--go, wayfaring (man).

(733) 'Arach [aw-rakh']

from ''arach' ('arach); way faring; Arach, the name of three Israelites: Arah.

(734) 'orach [o'-rakh]

from ''arach' ('arach); a well-trodden road (literally or figuratively); also a caravan:--manner, path, race, rank, traveller, troop, (by-, high-)way.

(735) 'orach [o'-rakh]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''orach' ('orach); a road:--way.

(736) 'orchah [o-rekh-aw']

feminine active participle of ''arach' ('arach); a caravan:--(travelling) company.

(737) 'aruchah [ar-oo-khaw']

feminine passive participle of ''arach' ('arach) (in the sense of appointing); a ration of food:--allowance, diet, dinner, victuals.

(738) 'ariy [ar-ee']

or (prolonged) earyeh {ar-yay'}; from ''arah' ('arah) (in the sense of violence); a lion:--(young) lion, + pierce (from the margin).

(739) 'ariy'el [ar-ee-ale']

or (arilel {ar-ee-ale'}; from ''ariy' ('ariy) and ''el' ('el); lion of God; i.e. heroic:--lionlike men.

(740) 'Ari'el [ar-ee-ale']

the same as ''ariy'el' ('ariy'el); Ariel, a symbolical name for Jerusalem, also the name of an Israelite:--Ariel.

(741) 'ari'eyl [ar-ee-ale']

either by transposition for ''ariy'el' ('ariy'el) or, more probably, an orthographical variation for 'har'el' (har'el); the altar of the temple:-- altar.

(742) 'Ariyday [ar-ee-dah'-ee]

of Persian origin; Aridai, a son of Haman:--Aridai.

(743) 'Ariydatha' [ar-ee-daw-thaw']

of Persian origin; Aridatha, a son of Haman:--Aridatha.

(744) 'aryeh [ar-yay']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''ariy' ('ariy):--lion.

(745) 'Aryeh [ar-yay']

the same as ''ariy' ('ariy); lion; Arjeh, an Israelite:--Arieh.

(746) 'Aryowk [ar-yoke']

of foreign origin; Arjok, the name of two Babylonians:--Arioch.

(747) 'Ariycay [ar-ee-sah'-ee]

of Persian origin; Arisai, a son of Haman:--Arisai.

(748) 'arak [aw-rak']

a primitive root; to be (causative, make) long (literally or figuratively):--defer, draw out, lengthen, (be, become, make, pro-)long, + (out-, over-)live, tarry (long).

(749) 'arak [ar-ak']

(Aramaic) properly, corresponding to ''arak' ('arak), but used only in the sense of reaching to a given point; to suit:--be meet.

(750) 'arek [aw-rake']

from ''arak' ('arak); long:--long(-suffering, -winged), patient, slow (to anger).

(751) 'Erek [eh'-rek]

from ''arak' ('arak); length; Erek, a place in Babylon:--Erech.

(752) 'arok [aw-roke']

from ''arak' ('arak); long:--long.

(753) 'orek [o'rek']

from ''arak' ('arak); length:--+ forever, length, long.

(754) 'arka' [ar-kaw']

(Aramaic) or narkah (Aramaic) {ar-kaw'}; from ''arak' ('arak); length:--lengthening, prolonged.

(755) 'arkubah [ar-koo-baw']

(Aramaic) from an unused root corresponding to 'rakab' (rakab) (in the sense of bending the knee); the knee:--knee.

(756) 'Arkvay [ar-kev-ah'ee]

(Aramaic) patrial from ''Erek' ('Erek); an Arkevite (collectively) or native of Erek:--Archevite.

(757) 'Arkiy [ar-kee']

patrial from another place (in Palestine) of similar name with ''Erek' ('Erek); an Arkite or native of Erek:--Archi, Archite.

(758) 'Aram [arawm']

from the same as ''armown' ('armown); the highland; Aram or Syria, and its inhabitants; also the name of the son of Shem, a grandson of Nahor, and of an Israelite:--Aram, Mesopotamia, Syria, Syrians.

(759) 'armown [ar-mone']

from an unused root (meaning to be elevated); a citadel (from its height):--castle, palace. Compare 'harmown' (harmown).

(760) 'Aram Tsobah [ar-am' tso-baw']

from ''Aram' ('Aram) and 'Tsowba'' (Tsowba'); Aram of Tsoba (or Coele-Syria):--Aram-zobah.

(761) 'Arammiy [ar-am-mee']

patrial from ''Aram' ('Aram); an Aramite or Aramaean:--Syrian, Aramitess.

(762) 'Aramiyth [ar-aw-meeth']

feminine of ''Arammiy' ('Arammiy); (only adverbial)in Aramean:--in the Syrian language (tongue), in Syriac.

(763) 'Aram Naharayim [ar-am' nah-har-ah'-yim]

from ''Aram' ('Aram) and the dual of 'nahar' (nahar); Aram of (the) two rivers (Euphrates and Tigris) or Mesopotamia:--Aham-naharaim, Mesopotamia.

(764) 'Armoniy [ar-mo-nee']

from ''armown' ('armown); palatial; Armoni, an Israelite:--Armoni.

(765) 'Aran [ar-awn']

from 'ranan' (ranan); stridulous; Aran, an Edomite:--Aran.

(766) 'oren [o'-ren]

from the same as ''Aran' ('Aran) (in the sense of strength); the ash tree (from its toughness):--ash.

(767) 'Oren [o'-ren]

the same as ''oren' ('oren); Oren, an Israelite:--Oren.

(768) 'arnebeth [ar-neh'-beth]

of uncertain derivation; the hare:--hare.

(769) 'Arnown [ar-nohn']

or uArnon {ar-nohn'}; from 'ranan' (ranan); a brawling stream; the Arnon, a river east of the Jordan, also its territory:-- Arnon.

(770) 'Arnan [ar-nawn']

probably from the same as ''Arnown' ('Arnown); noisy; Arnan, an Israelite:--Arnan.

(771) 'Ornan [or-nawn']

probably from ''oren' ('oren); strong; Ornan, a Jebusite:--Ornan. See ''Aravnah' ('Aravnah).

(772) 'ara` [ar-ah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''erets' ('erets); the earth; by implication (figuratively) low:--earth, interior.

(773) 'ar`iyth [arh-eeth']

(Aramaic) feminine of ''ara`' ('ara`); the bottom:--bottom.

(774) 'Arpad [ar-pawd']

from 'raphad' (raphad); spread out; Arpad, a place in Syria:--Arpad, Arphad.

(775) 'Arpakshad [ar-pak-shad']

probably of foreign origin; Arpakshad, a son of Noah; also the region settled by him:--Arphaxad.

(776) 'erets [eh'-rets]

from an unused root probably meaning to be firm; the earth (at large, or partitively a land):--X common, country, earth, field, ground, land, X natins, way, + wilderness, world.

(777) 'artsa' [ar-tsaw']

from ''erets' ('erets); earthiness; Artsa, an Israelite:--Arza.

(778) 'araq [ar-ak']

(Aramaic) by transmutation for ''ara`' ('ara`); the earth:--earth.

(779) 'arar [aw-rar']

a primitive root; to execrate:--X bitterly curse.

(780) 'Ararat [ar-aw-rat']

of foreign origin; Ararat (or rather Armenia):--Ararat, Armenia.

(781) 'aras [aw-ras']

a primitive root; to engage for matrimony:--betroth, espouse.

(782) 'aresheth [ar-eh'-sheth]

from ''aras' ('aras) (in the sense of desiring to possess); a longing for:--request.

(783) 'Artachshashta' [ar-takh-shash-taw']

or mArtachshasht {ar-takh- shasht'}; or by permutation gArtachshactu {ar-takh-shast'}; of foreign origin; Artachshasta (or Artaxerxes), a title (rather than name) of several Persian kings:--Artaxerxes.

(784) 'esh [aysh]

a primitive word; fire (literally or figuratively):-- burning, fiery, fire, flaming, hot.

(785) 'esh [aysh]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''esh' ('esh):--flame.

(786) 'ish [eesh]

identical (in origin and formation) with ''esh' ('esh); entity, used only adverbially, there is or are:--are there, none can. Compare 'yesh' (yesh).

(787) 'osh [ohsh]

(Aramaic) corresponding (by transposition and abbreviation) to ''ashuwyah' ('ashuwyah); a foundation:--foundation.

(788) 'Ashbel [ash-bale']

probably from the same as 'shebel' (shebel); flowing; Ashbel, an Israelite:--Ashbel.

(789) 'Ashbeliy [ash-bay-lee']

patronymic from ''Ashbel' ('Ashbel); an Ashbelite (collectively) or descendant of Ashbel:--Ashbelites.

(790) 'Eshban [esh-bawn']

probably from the same as 'Shebna'' (Shebna'); vigorous; Eshban, an Idumaean:--Eshban.

(791) 'Ashbea` [ash-bay'-ah]

from 'shaba`' (shaba`); adjurer; Asbea, an Israelite:--Ashbea.

(792) 'Eshba`al [esh-bah'-al]

from ''iysh' ('iysh) and 'Ba`al' (Ba`al); man of Baal; Eshbaal (or Ishbosheth), a son of Saul:--Eshbaal.

(793) 'eshed [eh'-shed]

from an unused root meaning to pour; an outpouring:--stream.

(794) 'ashedah [ash-ay-daw']

feminine of ''eshed' ('eshed); a ravine:--springs.

(795) 'Ashdowd [ash-dode']

from 'shadad' (shadad); ravager; Ashdod, a place in Palestine:--Ahdod.

(796) 'Ashdowdiy [ash-do-dee']

patrial from ''Ashdowd' ('Ashdowd); an Ashdodite (often collectively) or inhabitant of Asdod:--Ashdodites, of Ashdod.

(797) 'Ashdowdiyth [ash-do-deeth']

feminine of ''Ashdowdiy' ('Ashdowdiy); (only adverb) in the language of Ashdod:--in the speech of Ashdod.

(798) 'Ashdowth hap-Picgah [ash-doth' hap-pis-gaw']

from the plural of ''ashedah' ('ashedah) and 'Picgah' (Picgah) with the article interposed; ravines of the Pisgah; Ashdoth- Pisgah, a place east of the Jordan:--Ashdoth-pisgah.

(799) 'eshdath [esh-dawth']

from ''esh' ('esh) and 'dath' (dath); a fire-law:--fiery law.

(800) 'eshshah [esh-shaw']

feminine of ''esh' ('esh); fire:--fire.

(801) 'ishshah [ish-shaw']

the same as ''eshshah' ('eshshah), but used in a liturgical sense; properly, a burnt-offering; but occasionally of any sacrifice:--(offering, sacrifice), (made) by fire.

(802) 'ishshah [ish-shaw']

feminine of ''iysh' ('iysh) or ''enowsh' ('enowsh); irregular plural, nashiym {naw-sheem'}; a woman (used in the same wide sense as ''enowsh' ('enowsh)):--(adulter)ess, each, every, female, X many, + none, one, + together, wife, woman. Often unexpressed in English.

(803) 'ashuwyah [ash-oo-yah']

feminine passive participle from an unused root meaning to found; foundation:--foundation.

(804) 'Ashshuwr [ash-shoor']

or iAshshur {ash-shoor'}; apparently from ''ashar' ('ashar) (in the sense of successful); Ashshur, the second son of Shem; also his descendants and the country occupied by them (i.e. Assyria), its region and its empire:--Asshur, Assur, Assyria, Assyrians. See ''ashur' ('ashur).

(805) 'Ashuwriy [ash-oo-ree']

or iAshshuwriy {ash-shoo-ree'}; from a patrial word of the same form as ''Ashshuwr' ('Ashshuwr); an Ashurite (collectively) or inhabitant of Ashur, a district in Palestine:--Asshurim, Ashurites.

(806) 'Ashchuwr [ash-khoor']

probably from 'shachar' (shachar); black; Ashchur, an Israelite:--Ashur.

(807) 'Ashiyma' [ash-ee-maw']

of foreign origin; Ashima, a deity of Hamath:--Ashima.

(808) 'ashiysh [aw-sheesh']

from the same as ''esh' ('esh) (in the sense of pressing down firmly; compare ''ashuwyah' ('ashuwyah)); a (ruined) foundation:--foundation.