Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(1276) — (1340)

(1276) Beriy [bay-ree']

of uncertain derivation; (only in the plural and with the article) the Berites, a place in Palestine:--Berites.

(1277) bariy' [baw-ree']

from 'bara'' (bara') (in the sense of 'barah' (barah)); fatted or plump:--fat ((fleshed), -ter), fed, firm, plenteous, rank.

(1278) briy'ah [ber-ee-aw']

feminine from 'bara'' (bara'); a creation, i.e. a novelty:--new thing.

(1279) biryah [beer-yaw']

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

(1280) briyach [ber-ee'-akh]

from 'barach' (barach); a bolt:--bar, fugitive.

(1281) bariyach [baw-ree'-akh]

or (shortened) bariach {baw-ree'-akh}; from 'barach' (barach); a fugitive, i.e. the serpent (as fleeing), and the constellation by that name:--crooked, noble, piercing.

(1282) Bariyach [baw-ree'-akh]

the same as 'bariyach' (bariyach); Bariach, an Israelite:--Bariah.

(1283) Briy`ah [ber-ee'-aw]

apparently from the feminine of 'ra`' (ra`) with a prepositional prefix; in trouble; Beriah, the name of four Israelites:-- Beriah.

(1284) Briy`iy [ber-ee-ee']

patronymically from 'Briy`ah' (Briy`ah); a Beriite (collectively) or descendants of Beriah:--Beerites.

(1285) briyth [ber-eeth']

from 'barah' (barah) (in the sense of cutting (like 'bara'' (bara'))); a compact (because made by passing between pieces of flesh):--confederacy, (con-)feder(-ate), covenant, league.

(1286) Briyth [ber-eeth']

the same as 'briyth' (briyth); Berith, a Shechemitish deity:--Berith.

(1287) boriyth [bo-reeth']

feminine of 'bor' (bor); vegetable alkali:--sope.

(1288) barak [baw-rak']

a primitive root; to kneel; by implication to bless God (as an act of adoration), and (vice-versa) man (as a benefit); also (by euphemism) to curse (God or the king, as treason):--X abundantly, X altogether, X at all, blaspheme, bless, congratulate, curse, X greatly, X indeed, kneel (down), praise, salute, X still, thank.

(1289) brak [ber-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'barak' (barak):--bless, kneel.

(1290) berek [beh'-rek]

from 'barak' (barak); a knee:--knee.

(1291) berek [beh'-rek]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'berek' (berek):--knee.

(1292) Barak'el [baw-rak-ale']

from 'barak' (barak) and ''el' ('el), God has blessed; Barakel, the father of one of Job's friends:--Barachel.

(1293) Brakah [ber-aw-kaw']

from 'barak' (barak); benediction; by implication prosperity:--blessing, liberal, pool, present.

(1294) Brakah [ber-aw-kaw']

the same as 'Brakah' (Brakah); Berakah, the name of an Israelite, and also of a valley in Palestine:--Berachah.

(1295) brekah [ber-ay-kaw']

from 'barak' (barak); a reservoir (at which camels kneel as a resting-place):--(fish-)pool.

(1296) Berekyah [beh-rek-yaw']

or Berekyahuw {beh-rek-yaw'-hoo}; from 'berek' (berek) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); knee (i.e. blessing) of Jah; Berekjah, the name of six Israelites:--Berachiah, Berechiah.

(1297) bram [ber-am']

(Aramaic) perhaps from 'ruwm' (ruwm) with a prepositional prefix; properly, highly, i.e. surely; but used adversatively, however:--but, nevertheless, yet.

(1298) Bera` [beh'-rah]

of uncertain derivation; Bera, a Sodomitish king:--Bera.

(1299) baraq [baw-rak']

a primitive root; to lighten (lightning):--cast forth.

(1300) baraq [baw-rawk']

from 'baraq' (baraq); lightning; by analogy, a gleam; concretely, a flashing sword:--bright, glitter(-ing sword), lightning.

(1301) Baraq [baw-rawk']

the same as 'baraq' (baraq); Barak, an Israelite:--Barak.

(1302) Barqowc [bar-kose']

of uncertain derivation; Barkos, one of the Nethimim:--Barkos.

(1303) barqan [bar-kwan']

from 'baraq' (baraq); a thorn (perhaps as burning brightly):--brier.

(1304) bareqeth [baw-reh'-keth]

or barkath {baw-rek-ath'}; from 'baraq' (baraq); a gem (as flashing), perhaps the emerald:--carbuncle.

(1305) barar [baw-rar']

a primitive root; to clarify (i.e. brighten), examine, select:--make bright, choice, chosen, cleanse (be clean), clearly, polished, (shew self) pure(-ify), purge (out).

(1306) Birsha` [beer-shah']

probably from 'resha`' (resha`) with a prepositional prefix; with wickedness; Birsha, a king of Gomorrah:--Birsha.

(1307) Berothiy [bay-ro-thee']

patrial from 'Berowthah' (Berowthah); a Berothite, or inhabitant of Berothai:--Berothite.

(1308) Bsowr [bes-ore']

from 'basar' (basar); cheerful; Besor, a stream of Palestine:--Besor.

(1309) bsowrah [bes-o-raw']

or (shortened) bsorah {bes-o-raw'}; feminine from 'basar' (basar); glad tidings; by implication, reward for good news:--reward for tidings.

(1310) bashal [baw-shal']

a primitive root; properly, to boil up; hence, to be done in cooking; figuratively to ripen:--bake, boil, bring forth, roast, seethe, sod (be sodden).

(1311) bashel [baw-shale']

from 'bashal' (bashal); boiled:--X at all, sodden.

(1312) Bishlam [bish-lawm']

of foreign derivation; Bishlam, a Pers.:--Bishlam.

(1313) basam [baw-sawm']

from an unused root meaning to be fragrant; (compare 'cam' (cam)) the balsam plant:--spice.

(1314) besem [beh'-sem]

or bosem {bo'-sem}; from the same as 'basam' (basam); fragrance; by implication, spicery; also the balsam plant:--smell, spice, sweet (odour).

(1315) Bosmath [bos-math']

feminine of 'besem' (besem) (the second form); fragrance; Bosmath, the name of a wife of Esau, and of a daughter of Solomon:-- Bashemath, Basmath.

(1316) Bashan [baw-shawn']

of uncertain derivation; Bashan (often with the article), a region East of the Jordan:--Bashan.

(1317) boshnah [bosh-naw']

feminine from 'buwsh' (buwsh); shamefulness:--shame.

(1318) bashac [baw-shas']

a primitive root; to trample down:--tread.

(1319) basar [baw-sar']

a primitive root; properly, to be fresh, i.e. full (rosy, (figuratively) cheerful); to announce (glad news):--messenger, preach, publish, shew forth, (bear, bring, carry, preach, good, tell good) tidings.

(1320) basar [baw-sawr']

from 'basar' (basar); flesh (from its freshness); by extension, body, person; also (by euphem.) the pudenda of a man:--body, (fat, lean) flesh(-ed), kin, (man-)kind, + nakedness, self, skin.

(1321) bsar [bes-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'basar' (basar):--flesh.

(1322) bosheth [bo'-sheth]

from 'buwsh' (buwsh); shame (the feeling and the condition, as well as its cause); by implication (specifically) an idol:--ashamed, confusion, + greatly, (put to) shame(-ful thing).

(1323) bath [bath]

from 'banah' (banah) (as feminine of 'ben' (ben)); a daughter (used in the same wide sense as other terms of relationship, literally and figuratively):--apple (of the eye), branch, company, daughter, X first, X old, + owl, town, village.

(1324) bath [bath]

probably from the same as 'battah' (battah); a bath or Hebrew measure (as a means of division) of liquids:--bath.

(1325) bath [bath]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'bath' (bath):--bath.

(1326) bathah [baw-thaw']

probably an orthographical variation for 'battah' (battah); desolation:--waste.

(1327) battah [bat-taw']

feminine from an unused root (meaning to break in pieces); desolation:--desolate.

(1328) Bthuw'el [beth-oo-ale']

apparently from the same as 'bathah' (bathah) and ''el' ('el); destroyed of God; Bethuel, the name of a nephew of Abraham, and of a place in Palestine:--Bethuel. Compare 'Bthuwl' (Bthuwl).

(1329) Bthuwl [beth-ool']

for 'Bthuw'el' (Bthuw'el); Bethul (i.e. Bethuel), a place in Palestine:--Bethuel.

(1330) bthuwlah [beth-oo-law']

feminine passive participle of an unused root meaning to separate; a virgin (from her privacy); sometimes (by continuation) a bride; also (figuratively) a city or state:--maid, virgin.

(1331) bthuwliym [beth-oo-leem']

masculine plural of the same as 'bthuwlah' (bthuwlah); (collectively and abstractly) virginity; by implication and concretely, the tokens of it:--X maid, virginity.

(1332) Bithyah [bith-yaw']

from 'bath' (bath) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); daughter (i.e. worshipper) of Jah; Bithjah, an Egyptian woman:--Bithiah.

(1333) bathaq [baw-thak']

a primitive root; to cut in pieces:--thrust through.

(1334) bathar [baw-thar']

a primitive root, to chop up:--divide.

(1335) bether [beh'-ther]

from 'bathar' (bathar); a section:--part, piece.

(1336) Bether [beh'-ther]

the same as 'bether' (bether); Bether, a (craggy) place in Palestine:--Bether.

(1337) Bath Rabbiym [bath rab-beem']

from 'bath' (bath) and a masculine plural from 'rab' (rab); the daughter (i.e. city) of Rabbah:--Bath-rabbim.

(1338) Bithrown [bith-rone']

from 'bathar' (bathar); (with the article) the craggy spot; Bithron, a place East of the Jordan:--Bithron.

(1339) Bath-Sheba` [bath-sheh'-bah]

from 'bath' (bath) and 'sheba`' (sheba`) (in the sense of 'shaba`' (shaba`)); daughter of an oath; Bath-Sheba, the mother of Solomon:--Bath- sheba.

(1340) Bath-Shuwa` [bath-shoo'-ah]

from 'bath' (bath) and 'showa`' (showa`); daughter of wealth; Bath-shua, the same as 'Bath-Sheba`' (Bath-Sheba`):--Bath-shua.