Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(809) 'ashiyshah [ash-ee-shaw']

feminine of ''ashiysh' ('ashiysh); something closely pressed together, i.e. a cake of raisins or other comfits:--flagon.

(810) 'eshek [eh'-shek]

from an unused root (probably meaning to bunch together); a testicle (as a lump):--stone.

(811) 'eshkowl [esh-kole']

or meshkol {esh-kole'}; probably prolonged from ''eshek' ('eshek); a bunch of grapes or other fruit:--cluster (of grapes).

(812) 'Eshkol [esh-kole']

the same as ''eshkowl' ('eshkowl); Eshcol, the name of an Amorite, also of a valley in Palestine:--Eshcol.

(813) 'Ashknaz [ash-ken-az']

of foreign origin; Ashkenaz, a Japhethite, also his descendants:--Ashkenaz.

(814) 'eshkar [esh-cawr']

for 'sakar' (sakar); a gratuity:--gift, present.

(815) 'eshel [ay'-shel]

from a root of uncertain signification; a tamarisk tree; by extension, a grove of any kind:--grove, tree.

(816) 'asham [aw-sham']

or mashem {aw-shame'}; a primitive root; to be guilty; by implication to be punished or perish:--X certainly, be(-come, made) desolate, destroy, X greatly, be(-come, found, hold) guilty, offend (acknowledge offence), trespass.

(817) 'asham [aw-shawm']

from ''asham' ('asham); guilt; by implication, a fault; also a sin-offering:--guiltiness, (offering for) sin, trespass (offering).

(818) 'ashem [aw-shame']

from ''asham' ('asham); guilty; hence, presenting a sin- offering:--one which is faulty, guilty.

(819) 'ashmah [ash-maw']

feminine of ''asham' ('asham); guiltiness, a fault, the presentation of a sin-offering:--offend, sin, (cause of) trespass(-ing, offering).

(820) 'ashman [ash-mawn']

probably from 'shemen' (shemen); a fat-field:--desolate place.

(821) 'ashmurah [ash-moo-raw']

or bashmuwrah {ash-moo-raw'}; or -ashmoreth {ash-mo'-reth}; (feminine) from 'shamar' (shamar); a night watch:--watch.

(822) 'eshnab [esh-nawb']

apparently from an unused root (probably meaning to leave interstices); A latticed window:--casement, lattice.

(823) 'Ashnah [ash-naw']

probably a variation for 'Yshanah' (Yshanah); Ashnah, the name of two places in Palestine:--Ashnah.

(824) 'Esh`an [esh-awn']

from 'sha`an' (sha`an); support; Eshan, a place in Palestine:--Eshean.

(825) 'ashshaph [ash-shawf']

from an unused root (probably meaning to lisp, i.e. practice enchantment); a conjurer:--astrologer.

(826) 'ashshaph [ash-shawf']

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''ashshaph' ('ashshaph):--astrologer.

(827) 'ashpah [ash-paw']

perhaps (feminine) from the same as ''ashshaph' ('ashshaph) (in the sense of covering); a quiver or arrow-case:--quiver.

(828) 'Ashpnaz [ash-pen-az']

of foreign origin; Ashpenaz, a Babylonian eunuch:--Ashpenaz.

(829) 'eshpar [esh-pawr']

of uncertain derivation; a measured portion:--good piece (of flesh).

(830) 'ashpoth [ash-pohth']

or uashpowth {ash-pohth'}; or (contraction) shphoth {shef-ohth'}; plural of a noun of the same form as ''ashpah' ('ashpah), from 'shaphah' (shaphah) (in the sense of scraping); a heap of rubbish or filth:--dung (hill).

(831) 'Ashqlown [ash-kel-one']

probably from 'shaqal' (shaqal) in the sense of weighing-place (i.e. mart); Ashkelon, a place in Palestine:--Ashkelon, Askalon.

(832) 'Eshqlowniy [esh-kel-o-nee']

patrial from ''Ashqlown' ('Ashqlown); Ashkelonite (collectively) or inhabitant of Ashkelon:--Eshkalonites.

(833) 'ashar [aw-shar']

or rasher {aw-share'}; a primitive root; to be straight (used in the widest sense, especially to be level, right, happy); figuratively, to go forward, be honest, proper:--(call, be) bless(-ed, happy), go, guide, lead, relieve.

(834) 'aher [ash-er']

a primitive relative pronoun (of every gender and number); who, which, what, that; also (as an adverb and a conjunction) when, where, how, because, in order that, etc.:--X after, X alike, as (soon as), because, X every, for, + forasmuch, + from whence, + how(-soever), X if, (so) that ((thing) which, wherein), X though, + until, + whatsoever, when, where (+ -as, -in, -of, -on, -soever, -with), which, whilst, + whither(- soever), who(-m, -soever, -se). As it is indeclinable, it is often accompanied by the personal pronoun expletively, used to show the connection.

(835) 'esher [eh'-sher]

from ''ashar' ('ashar); happiness; only in masculine plural construction as interjection, how happy!:--blessed, happy.

(836) 'Asher [aw-share']

from ''ashar' ('ashar), happy; Asher, a son of Jacob, and the tribe descended from him, with its territory; also a place in Palestine:--Asher

(837) 'osher [o'-sher]

from ''ashar' ('ashar); happiness:--happy.

(838) 'ashur [aw-shoor']

or ashshur {ash-shoor'}; from ''ashar' ('ashar) in the sense of going; a step:--going, step.

(839) 'ashur [ash-oor']

contracted for 't'ashshuwr' (t'ashshuwr); the cedar tree or some other light elastic wood:--Ashurite.

(840) 'Asar'el [as-ar-ale']

by orthographical variation from ''ashar' ('ashar) and ''el' ('el); right of God; Asarel, an Israelite:--Asareel.

(841) 'Asar'elah [as-ar-ale'-aw]

from the same as ''Asar'el' ('Asar'el); right toward God; Asarelah, an Israelite:--Asarelah. Compare 'Ysar'elah' (Ysar'elah).

(842) 'asherah [ash-ay-raw']

or masheyrah {ash-ay-raw'}; from ''ashar' ('ashar); happy; Asherah (or Astarte) a Phoenician goddess; also an image of the same:-- grove. Compare '`Ashtoreth' (`Ashtoreth).

(843) 'Asheriy [aw-shay-ree']

patronymic from ''Asher' ('Asher); an Asherite (collectively) or descendant of Asher:--Asherites.

(844) 'Asriy'el [as-ree-ale']

an orthographical variation for ''Asar'el' ('Asar'el); Asriel, the name of two Israelites:--Ashriel, Asriel.

(845) 'Asri'eliy [as-ree-ale-ee']

patronymic from ''Asriy'el' ('Asriy'el); an Asrielite (collectively) or descendant of Asriel:--Asrielites.

(846) 'ushsharna' [oosh-ar-naw']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to ''ashar' ('ashar); a wall (from its uprightness):--wall.

(847) 'Eshta'ol [esh-taw-ole']

or mEshtafowl {esh-taw-ole'}; probably from 'sha'al' (sha'al); intreaty; Eshtaol, a place in Palestine:--Eshtaol.

(848) 'Eshta'uliy [esh-taw-oo-lee']

patrial from ''Eshta'ol' ('Eshta'ol); an Eshtaolite (collectively) or inhabitant of Eshtaol:--Eshtaulites.

(849) 'eshtadduwr [esh-tad-dure']

(Aramaic) from 'shdar' (shdar) (in a bad sense); rebellion:--sedition.

(850) 'Eshtown [esh-tone']

probably from the same as 'Shuwniy' (Shuwniy); restful; Eshton, an Israelite:--Eshton.

(851) 'Eshtmoa` [esh-tem-o'-ah]

or bEshtmowam {esh-tem-o'-ah}; or sEshtmoh {esh-tem-o'}; from 'shama`' (shama`) (in the sense of obedience); Eshtemoa or Eshtemoh, a place in Palestine:--Eshtemoa, Eshtemoh.

(852) 'ath [awth]

(Aramaic) corresponding to ''owth' ('owth); a portent:--sign.

(853) 'eth [ayth]

apparent contracted from ''owth' ('owth) in the demonstrative sense of entity; properly, self (but generally used to point out more definitely the object of a verb or preposition, even or namely):--(as such unrepresented in English).

(854) 'eth [ayth]

probably from ''anah' ('anah); properly, nearness (used only as a preposition or an adverb), near; hence, generally, with, by, at, among, etc.:--against, among, before, by, for, from, in(-to), (out) of, with. Often with another prepositional prefix.

(855) 'eth [ayth]

of uncertain derivation; a hoe or other digging implement:--coulter, plowshare.

(856) 'Ethba`al [eth-bah'-al]

from ''eth' ('eth) and 'Ba`al' (Ba`al); with Baal; Ethbaal, a Phoenician king:--Ethbaal.

(857) 'athah [aw-thaw']

or matha {aw-thaw'}; a primitive root (collateral to ''uwth' ('uwth) contraction); to arrive:--(be-, things to) come (upon), bring.

(858) 'athah [aw-thaw']

(Aramaic) or wathaw (Aramaic) {aw-thaw'}; corresponding to ''athah' ('athah):--(be-)come, bring.

(859) 'attah [at-taw']

or (shortened); aatta {at-taw'}; or wath {ath}; feminine (irregular) sometimes nattiy {at-tee'}; plural masculine attem {at- tem'}; feminine atten {at-ten'}; or oattenah {at-tay'naw}; or fattennah {at-tane'-naw}; a primitive pronoun of the second person; thou and thee, or (plural) ye and you:--thee, thou, ye, you.

(860) 'athown [aw-thone']

probably from the same as ''eythan' ('eythan) (in the sense of patience); a female donkey (from its docility):--(she) ass.

(861) 'attuwn [at-toon']

(Aramaic) probably from the corresponding to ''esh' ('esh); probably a fire-place, i.e. furnace:--furnace.

(862) 'attuwq [at-tooke']

or mattiyq {at-teek'}; from 'nathaq' (nathaq) in the sense of decreasing; a ledge or offset in a building:--gallery.

(863) 'Ittay [it-tah'ee]

or tIythay {ee-thah'ee}; from ''eth' ('eth); near; Ittai or Ithai, the name of a Gittite and of an Israelite:--Ithai, Ittai.

(864) 'Etham [ay-thawm']

of Egyptian derivation; Etham, a place in the Desert:--Etham.

(865) 'ethmowl [eth-mole']

or tithmowl {ith-mole'}; or methmuwl {eth- mool'}; probably from ''eth' ('eth) or ''eth' ('eth) and 'muwl' (muwl); heretofore; definitely yesterday:--+ before (that) time, + heretofore, of late (old), + times past, yester(day).

(866) 'ethnah [eth-naw']

from 'tanah' (tanah); a present (as the price of harlotry):--reward.

(867) 'Ethniy [eth-nee']

perhaps from ''ethnah' ('ethnah); munificence; Ethni, an Israelite:--Ethni.

(868) 'ethnan [eth-nan']

the same as ''ethnah' ('ethnah); a gift (as the price of harlotry or idolatry):--hire, reward.

(869) 'Ethnan [eth-nan']

the same as ''ethnan' ('ethnan) in the sense of ''Ethniy' ('Ethniy); Ethnan, an Israelite:--Ethnan.

(870) 'athar [ath-ar']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to that of ''Athariym' ('Athariym); a place; (adverb) after:--after, place.

(871) 'Athariym [ath-aw-reem']

plural from an unused root (probably meaning to step); places; Atharim, a place near Palestine:--spies.