Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(1175) B`alowth [beh-aw-loth']

plural of 'ba`alah' (ba`alah); mistresses; Bealoth, a place in Palestine:--Bealoth, in Aloth (by mistake for a plural from '`alah' (`alah) with prepositional prefix).

(1176) Ba`al Zbuwb [bah'-al zeb-oob']

from 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and 'zbuwb' (zbuwb); Baal of (the) Fly; Baal-Zebub, a special deity of the Ekronites:--Baal-zebub.

(1177) Ba`al Chanan [bah'-al khaw-nawn']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) and 'chanan' (chanan); possessor of grace; Baal-Chanan, the name of an Edomite, also of an Israelite:--Baal-hanan.

(1178) Ba`al Chatsowr [bah'-al khaw-tsore']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) and a modification of 'chatser' (chatser); possessor of a village; Baal-Chatsor, a place in Palestine:--Baal-hazor.

(1179) Ba`al Chermown [bah'-al kher-mone']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) and 'Chermown' (Chermown); possessor of Hermon; Baal-Chermon, a place in Palestine:--Baal-hermon.

(1180) Ba`aliy [bah-al-ee']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) with pron. suff.; my master; Baali, a symbolical name for Jehovah:--Baali.

(1181) Ba`aley Bamowth [bah-al-ay' baw-moth']

from the plural of 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and the plural of 'bamah' (bamah); Baals of (the) heights; Baale-Bamoth, a place East of the Jordan:--lords of the high places.

(1182) B`elyada` [beh-el-yaw-daw']

from 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and 'yada`' (yada`); Baal has known; Beeljada, an Israelite:--Beeliada.

(1183) B`alyah [beh-al-yaw']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah (is) master; Bealjah, an Israelite:--Bealiah.

(1184) Ba`aley Yhuwdah [bah-al-ay' yeh-hoo-daw']

from the plural of 'ba`al' (ba`al) and 'Yhuwdah' (Yhuwdah); masters of Judah; Baale-Jehudah, a place in Palestine:--Baale of Judah.

(1185) Ba`alic [bah-al-ece']

probably from a derivative of '`alac' (`alac) with prepositional prefix; in exultation; Baalis, an Ammonitish king:--Baalis.

(1186) Ba`al M`own [bah-al meh-one']

from 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and 'ma`own' (ma`own); Baal of (the) habitation (of) (compare 'Beyth Ba`al M`own' (Beyth Ba`al M`own)); Baal-Meon, a place East of the Jordan:--Baal-meon.

(1187) Ba`al P`owr [bah'-al peh-ore']

from 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and 'P`owr' (P`owr); Baal of Peor; Baal-Peor, a Moabitish deity:--Baal-peor.

(1188) Ba`al P`ratsiym [bah'-al per-aw-tseem']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) and the plural of 'perets' (perets); possessor of breaches; Baal-Peratsim, a place in Palestine:--Baal- perazim.

(1189) Ba`al Tsphown [bah'-al tsef-one']

from 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and 'tsaphown' (tsaphown) (in the sense of cold) (according to others an Egyptian form of Typhon, the destroyer); Baal of winter; Baal-Tsephon, a place in Eqypt:--Baal-zephon.

(1190) Ba`al Shalishah [bah'-al shaw-lee-shaw']

from 'Ba`al' (Ba`al) and 'Shalishah' (Shalishah); Baal of Shalishah, Baal-Shalishah, a place in Palestine:--Baal-shalisha.

(1191) Ba`alath [bah-al-awth']

a modification of 'ba`alah' (ba`alah); mistressship; Baalath, a place in Palestine:--Baalath.

(1192) Ba`alath B`er [bah-al-ath' beh-ayr']

from 'ba`alah' (ba`alah) and ''er' ('er); mistress of a well; Baalath-Beer, a place in Palestine:--Baalath-beer.

(1193) Ba`al Tamar [bah'-al taw-mawr']

from 'ba`al' (ba`al) and 'tamar' (tamar); possessor of (the) palm-tree; Baal-Tamar, a place in Palestine:--Baal-tamar.

(1194) B`on [beh-ohn']

probably a contraction of 'Beyth Ba`al M`own' (Beyth Ba`al M`own); Beon, a place East of the Jordan:--Beon.

(1195) Ba`ana' [bah-an-aw']

the same as 'Ba`anah' (Ba`anah); Banana, the name of four Israelite:--Baana, Baanah.

(1196) Ba`anah [bah-an-aw']

from a derivative of '`anah' (`anah) with prepositional prefix; in affliction:--Baanah, the name of four Israelites:--Baanah.

(1197) ba`ar [baw-ar']

a primitive root; to kindle, i.e. consume (by fire or by eating); also (as denominative from 'ba`ar' (ba`ar)) to be(-come) brutish:--be brutish, bring (put, take) away, burn, (cause to) eat (up), feed, heat, kindle, set ((on fire)), waste.

(1198) ba`ar [bah'-ar]

from 'ba`ar' (ba`ar); properly, foot (as consumed); i.e. (by exten.) of cattle brutishness; (concretely) stupid:--brutish (person), foolish.

(1199) Ba`ara' [bah-ar-aw']

from 'ba`ar' (ba`ar); brutish: Baara, an Israelitish woman:--Baara.

(1200) b`erah [be-ay-raw']

from 'ba`ar' (ba`ar); a burning:--fire.

(1201) Ba`sha' [bah-shaw']

from an unused root meaning to stink; offensiveness; Basha, a king of Israel:--Baasha.

(1202) Ba`aseyah [bah-as-ay-yaw']

from '`asah' (`asah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh) with a prepositional prefix; in (the) work of Jah; Baasejah, an Israelite:--Baaseiah.

(1203) B`eshtrah [beh-esh-ter-aw']

from '`ashtrah' (`ashtrah) (as singular of '`Ashtarowth' (`Ashtarowth)) with a prepositional prefix; with Ashtoreth; Beeshterah, a place East of the Jordan:--Beeshterah.

(1204) ba`ath [baw-ath']

a primitive root; to fear:--affright, be (make) afraid, terrify, trouble.

(1205) b`athah [beh-aw-thaw']

from 'ba`ath' (ba`ath); fear:--trouble.

(1206) bots [botse]

probably the same as 'buwts' (buwts); mud (as whitish clay):--mire.

(1207) bitstsah [bits-tsaw']

intensive from 'bots' (bots); a swamp:--fen, mire(-ry place).

(1208) batsowr' [baw-tsore']

from 'batsar' (batsar); inaccessible, i.e. lofty:--vintage (by confusion with 'batsiyr' (batsiyr)).

(1209) Betsay [bay-tsah'-ee]

perhaps the same as 'Bcay' (Bcay); Betsai, the name of two Israelites:--Bezai.

(1210) batsiyr [baw-tseer']

from 'batsar' (batsar); clipped, i.e. the grape crop:--vintage.

(1211) btsel [beh'-tsel]

from an unused root apparently meaning to peel; an onion:--onion.

(1212) Btsal'el [bets-al-ale']

probably from 'tsel' (tsel) and ''el' ('el) with a prepositional prefix; in (the) shadow (i.e. protection) of God; Betsalel, the name of two Israelites:--Bezaleel.

(1213) Batsluwth [bats-looth']

or Batsliyth {bats-leeth'}; from the same as 'btsel' (btsel); a peeling; Batsluth or Batslith, an Israelite:--Bazlith, Bazluth.

(1214) batsa` [baw-tsah']

a primitive root to break off, i.e. (usually) plunder; figuratively, to finish, or (intransitively) stop:--(be) covet(- ous), cut (off), finish, fulfill, gain (greedily), get, be given to (covetousness), greedy, perform, be wounded.

(1215) betsa` [beh'-tsah]

from 'batsa`' (batsa`); plunder; by extension, gain (usually unjust):--covetousness, (dishonest) gain, lucre, profit.

(1216) batseq [baw-tsake']

a primitive root; perhaps to swell up, i.e. blister:--swell.

(1217) batseq [baw-tsake']

from 'batseq' (batseq); dough (as swelling by fermentation):--dough, flour.

(1218) Botsqath [bots-cath']

from 'batseq' (batseq); a swell of ground; Botscath, a place in Palestine:--Bozcath, Boskath.

(1219) batsar [baw-tsar']

a primitive root; to clip off; specifically (as denominative from 'batsiyr' (batsiyr)) to gather grapes; also to be isolated (i.e. inaccessible by height or fortification):--cut off, (de-)fenced, fortify, (grape) gather(-er), mighty things, restrain, strong, wall (up), withhold.

(1220) betser [beh'-tser]

from 'batsar' (batsar); strictly a clipping, i.e. gold (as dug out):--gold defence.

(1221) Betser [beh'-tser]

the same as 'betser' (betser), an inaccessible spot; Betser, a place in Palestine; also an Israelite:--Bezer.

(1222) btsar [bets-ar']

another form for 'betser' (betser); gold:--gold.

(1223) botsrah [bots-raw']

feminine from 'batsar' (batsar); an enclosure, i.e. sheep fold:--Bozrah.

(1224) Botsrah [bots-raw']

the same as 'botsrah' (botsrah); Botsrah, a place in Edom:--Bozrah.

(1225) bitstsarown [bits-tsaw-rone']

masculine intensive from 'batsar' (batsar); a fortress:--stronghold.

(1226) batstsoreth [bats-tso'-reth]

feminine intensive from 'batsar' (batsar); restraint (of rain), i.e. drought:--dearth, drought.

(1227) Baqbuwq [bak-book']

the same as 'baqbuk' (baqbuk); Bakbuk, one of the Nethinim:--Bakbuk.

(1228) baqbuk [bak-book']

from 'baqaq' (baqaq); a bottle (from the gurgling in emptying):--bottle, cruse.

(1229) Baqbukyah [bak-book-yaw']

from 'baqbuk' (baqbuk) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); emptying (i.e. wasting) of Jah; Bakbukjah, an Israelite:--Bakbukiah.

(1230) Baqbaqqar [bak-bak-kar']

reduplicated from 'baqar' (baqar); searcher; Bakbakkar, an Israelite:--Bakbakkar.

(1231) Buqqiy [book-kee']

from 'baqaq' (baqaq); wasteful; Bukki, the name of two Israelites:--Bukki.

(1232) Buqqiyah [book-kee-yaw']

from 'baqaq' (baqaq) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); wasting of Jah; Bukkijah, an Israelite:--Bukkiah.

(1233) bqiya` [bek-ee'-ah]

from 'baqa`' (baqa`); a fissure:--breach, cleft.

(1234) baqa` [baw-kah']

a primitive root; to cleave; generally, to rend, break, rip or open:--make a breach, break forth (into, out, in pieces, through, up), be ready to burst, cleave (asunder), cut out, divide, hatch, rend (asunder), rip up, tear, win.

(1235) beqa` [beh'-kah]

from 'baqa`' (baqa`); a section (half) of a shekel, i.e. a beka (a weight and a coin):--bekah, half a shekel.

(1236) biq`a' [bik-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'biq`ah' (biq`ah):--plain.

(1237) biq`ah [bik-aw']

from 'baqa`' (baqa`); properly, a split, i.e. a wide level valley between mountains:--plain, valley.

(1238) baqaq [baw-kah']

a primitive root; to pour out, i.e. to empty, figuratively, to depopulate; by analogy, to spread out (as a fruitful vine):--(make) empty (out), fail, X utterly, make void.

(1239) baqar [baw-kar]

a primitive root; properly, to plough, or (generally) break forth, i.e. (figuratively) to inspect, admire, care for, consider:--(make) inquire (-ry), (make) search, seek out.

(1240) bqar [bek-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'baqar' (baqar):--inquire, make search.

(1241) baqar [baw-kawr']

from 'baqar' (baqar); beef cattle or an animal of the ox family of either gender (as used for plowing); collectively, a herd:-- beeve, bull (+ -ock), + calf, + cow, great (cattle), + heifer, herd, kine, ox.

(1242) boqer [bo'-ker]

from 'baqar' (baqar); properly, dawn (as the break of day); generally, morning:--(+) day, early, morning, morrow.

(1243) baqqarah [bak-kaw-raw']

intensive from 'baqar' (baqar); a looking after:--seek out.

(1244) biqqoreth [bik-ko-reth]

from 'baqar' (baqar); properly, examination, i.e. (by implication) punishment:--scourged.

(1245) baqash [baw-kash']

a primitive root; to search out (by any method, specifically in worship or prayer); by implication, to strive after:--ask, beg, beseech, desire, enquire, get, make inquisition, procure, (make) request, require, seek (for).

(1246) baqqashah [bak-kaw-shaw']

from 'baqash' (baqash); a petition:--request.

(1247) bar [bar]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'ben' (ben); a son, grandson, etc.:--X old, son.

(1248) bar [bar]

borrowed (as a title) from 'bar' (bar); the heir (apparent to the throne):--son.

(1249) bar [bar]

from 'barar' (barar) (in its various senses); beloved; also pure, empty:--choice, clean, clear, pure.

(1250) bar [bawr]

or bar {bar}; from 'barar' (barar) (in the sense of winnowing); grain of any kind (even while standing in the field); by extens. the open country:--corn, wheat.

(1251) bar [bar]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'bar' (bar); a field:--field.

(1252) bor [bore]

from 'barar' (barar); purify:--cleanness, pureness.

(1253) bor [bore]

the same as 'bor' (bor); vegetable lye (from its cleansing); used as a soap for washing, or a flux for metals:--X never so, purely.

(1254) bara' [baw-raw']

a primitive root; (absolutely) to create; (qualified) to cut down (a wood), select, feed (as formative processes):-- choose, create (creator), cut down, dispatch, do, make (fat).

(1255) Bro'dak Bal'adan [ber-o-dak' bal-ad-awn']

a variation of 'Mro'dak Bal'adan' (Mro'dak Bal'adan); Berodak-Baladan, a Babylonian king:--Berodach-baladan.Birliy.

(1256) Bra'yah [ber-aw-yaw']

from 'bara'' (bara') and 'Shmuw'el' (Shmuw'el); Jah has created; Berajah, an Israelite:--Beraiah.

(1257) barbur [bar-boor']

by reduplication from 'bar' (bar); a fowl (as fattened on grain):--fowl.

(1258) barad [baw-rad']

a primitive root, to hail:--hail.

(1259) barad [baw-rawd']

from 'barad' (barad); hail -hail ((stones)).

(1260) Bered [beh'red]

from 'barad' (barad); hail; Bered, the name of a place south of Palestine, also of an Israelite:--Bered.

(1261) barod [baw-rode']

from 'barad' (barad); spotted (as if with hail):--grisled.

(1262) barah [baw-raw']

a primitive root; to select; also (as denominative from 'bar' (bar)) to feed; also (as equivalent to 'barar' (barar)) to render clear (Eccl. 3:18):--choose, (cause to) eat, manifest, (give) meat.

(1263) Baruwk [baw-rook']

passive participle from 'barak' (barak); blessed; Baruk, the name of three Israelites:--Baruch.

(1264) browm [ber-ome']

probably of foreign origin; damask (stuff of variegated thread):--rich apparel.

(1265) browsh [ber-osh']

of uncertain derivation; a cypress (?) tree; hence, a lance or a musical instrument (as made of that wood):--fir (tree).

(1266) browth [ber-oth']

a variation of 'browsh' (browsh); the cypress (or some elastic tree):--fir.

(1267) baruwth [baw-rooth,]

from 'barah' (barah); food:--meat.

(1268) Berowthah [bay-ro-thaw']

or Berothay {bay-ro-that'-ee}; probably from 'browth' (browth); cypress or cypresslike; Berothah or Berothai, a place north of Palestine:--Berothah, Berothai.

(1269) Birzowth [beer-zoth']

probably feminine plural from an unused root (apparently mean to pierce); holes; Birzoth, an Israelite:--Birzavith (from the marg.).

(1270) barzel [bar-zel']

perhaps from the root of 'Birzowth' (Birzowth); iron (as cutting); by extension, an iron implement:--(ax) head, iron.

(1271) Barzillay [bar-zil-lah'-ee]

from 'barzel' (barzel); iron-hearted; Barzillai, the name of three Israelites:--Barzillai.

(1272) barach [baw-rakh']

a primitive root; to bolt, i.e. figuratively, to flee suddenly:--chase (away); drive away, fain, flee (away), put to flight, make haste, reach, run away, shoot.

(1273) Barchumiy [bar-khoo-mee']

by transposition for 'Bacharuwmiy' (Bacharuwmiy); a Barchumite, or native of Bachurim:--Barhumite.

(1274) briy [ber-ee']

from 'barah' (barah); fat:--fat.

(1275) Beriy [bay-ree']

probably by contraction from 'B'eriy' (B'eriy); Beri, an Israelite:--Beri.