Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(1769) — (1869)

(1769) Diybown [dee-bome']

or (shortened) Diybon {dee-bone'}; from 'duwb' (duwb); pining:--Dibon, the name of three places in Palestine:--Dibon. (Also, with 'Gad' (Gad) added, Dibon-gad.)

(1770) diyg [deeg]

denominative from 'dag' (dag); to fish:--fish.

(1771) dayag [dah-yawg']

from 'diyg' (diyg); a fisherman:--fisher.

(1772) dayah [dah-yaw']

intensive from 'da'ah' (da'ah); a falcon (from its rapid flight):--vulture.

(1773) dyow [deh-yo']

of uncertain derivation; ink:--ink.

(1774) Diy zahab [dee zaw-hawb']

as if from 'diy' (diy) and 'zahab' (zahab); of gold; Dizahab, a place in the Desert:--Dizahab.

(1775) Diymown [dee-mone']

perhaps for 'Diybown' (Diybown); Dimon, a place in Palestine:--Dimon.

(1776) Diymownah [dee-mo-naw']

feminine of 'Diymown' (Diymown); Dimonah, a place in Palestine:--Dimonah.

(1777) diyn [deen]

or (Gen. 6:3) duwn {doon}; a primitive roy a straight course, i.e. sail direct:--(come) with a straight course.

(1778) diyn [deen]

(Aramaic) corresp. to 'diyn' (diyn); to judge:--judge. Or diyn, {deen}; or (Job 19:29).

(1779) duwn [doon]

from 'diyn' (diyn); judgement (the suit, justice, sentence or tribunal); by impl. also strife:--cause, judgement, plea, strife.

(1780) diyn [deen]

(Aramaic) corresp. to 'duwn' (duwn):--judgement.

(1781) dayan [dah-yawn']

from 'diyn' (diyn); a judge or advocate:--judge.

(1782) dayan , [dah-yawn']

(Aramaic) corresp. to 'dayan' (dayan):--judge.

(1783) Diynah [dee-naw']

fem. of 'duwn' (duwn); justice; Dinah, the daughter of Jacob:--Dinah.

(1784) Diynay [dee-nah'-ee]

(Aramaic) partial from uncertain primitive; a Dinaite or inhabitant of some unknown Assyria province:--Dinaite.

(1785) dayeq [daw-yake']

from a root corresp. to 'duwq' (duwq); a battering-tower:--fort.

(1786) dayish [dah-yish']

from 'duwsh' (duwsh); threshing-time:--threshing.

(1787) Diyshown [dee-shone']

(Diyshon, the same as 'diyshon' (diyshon); Dishon, the name of two Edomites:--Dishon.

(1788) diyshon [dee-shone']

from 'duwsh' (duwsh); the leaper, i.e. an antelope:--pygarg.

(1789) Diyshan [dee-shawn']

another form of 'Diyshown' (Diyshown) Dishan, an Edomite:--Dishon.

(1790) dak [dak]

from an unused root (compare 'dakah' (dakah)); crushed, i.e. (fig.) injured:--afflicted, oppressed.

(1791) dek [dake]

(Aramaic) or dak (Aramaic) {dawk}; prolonged from 'da'' (da'); this:--the same, this.

(1792) daka' [daw-kaw']

a primitive root (compare 'dakah' (dakah)); to crumble; transitively, to bruise (literally or figuratively):--beat to pieces, break (in pieces), bruise, contrite, crush, destroy, humble, oppress, smite.

(1793) dakka' [dak-kaw']

from 'daka'' (daka'); crushed (literally powder, or figuratively, contrite):--contrite, destruction.

(1794) dakah [daw-kaw']

a primitive root (compare 'dak' (dak), 'daka'' (daka')); to collapse (phys. or mentally):--break (sore), contrite, crouch.

(1795) dakkah [dak-kaw']

from 'dakah' (dakah) like 'dakka'' (dakka'); mutilated:--+ wounded.

(1796) dokiy [dok-ee']

from 'dakah' (dakah); a dashing of surf:--wave.

(1797) dikken [dik-kane']

(Aramaic) prolonged from 'dek' (dek); this:--same, that, this.

(1798) dkar [dek-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zakar' (zakar); properly, a male, i.e. of sheep:--ram.

(1799) dikrown [dik-rone']

(Aramaic) or dokran {dok-rawn'} (Aramaic); corresponding to 'zikrown' (zikrown); a register:--record.

(1800) dal [dal]

from 'dalal' (dalal); properly, dangling, i.e. (by implication) weak or thin:--lean, needy, poor (man), weaker.

(1801) dalag [daw-lag']

a primitive root; to spring:--leap.

(1802) dalah [daw-law']

a primitive root (compare 'dalal' (dalal)); properly, to dangle, i.e. to let down a bucket (for drawing out water); figuratively, to deliver:--draw (out), X enough, lift up.

(1803) dallah [dal-law']

from 'dalah' (dalah); properly, something dangling, i.e. a loose thread or hair; figuratively, indigent:--hair, pining sickness, poor(-est sort).

(1804) dalach [daw-lakh']

a primitive root; to roil water:--trouble.

(1805) dliy [del-ee']

or doliy {dol-ee'}; from 'dalah' (dalah); a pail or jar (for drawing water):--bucket.

(1806) Dlayah [del-aw-yaw']

or (prolonged) Dlayahhuw {del-aw-yaw'-hoo}; from 'dalah' (dalah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has delivered; Delajah, the name of five Israelites:--Dalaiah, Delaiah.

(1807) Dliylah [del-ee-law']

from 'dalal' (dalal); languishing:--Delilah, a Philistine woman:--Delilah.

(1808) daliyah [daw-lee-yaw']

from 'dalah' (dalah); something dangling, i.e. a bough:--branch.

(1809) dalal [daw-lal']

a primitive root (compare 'dalah' (dalah)); to slacken or be feeble; figuratively, to be oppressed:--bring low, dry up, be emptied, be not equal, fail, be impoverished, be made thin.

(1810) Dil`an [dil-awn']

of uncertain derivation; Dilan, a place in Palestine:--Dilean.

(1811) dalaph [daw-laf']

a primitive root; to drip; by implication, to weep:--drop through, melt, pour out.

(1812) deleph [deh'-lef]

from 'dalaph' (dalaph); a dripping:--dropping.

(1813) Dalphown [dal-fone']

from 'dalaph' (dalaph); dripping; Dalphon, a son of Haman:--Dalphon.

(1814) dalaq [daw-lak']

a primitive root; to flame (literally or figuratively):--burning, chase, inflame, kindle, persecute(-or), pursue hotly.

(1815) dlaq [del-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'dalaq' (dalaq):--burn.

(1816) dalleqeth [dal-lek'-keth]

: from 'dalaq' (dalaq); a burning fever:--inflammation.

(1817) deleth [deh'-leth]

from 'dalah' (dalah); something swinging, i.e. the valve of a door:--door (two-leaved), gate, leaf, lid. (In Psa. 141:3, dal, irreg.).

(1818) dam [dawm]

from 'damam' (damam) (compare ''adam' ('adam)); blood (as that which when shed causes death) of man or an animal; by analogy, the juice of the grape; figuratively (especially in the plural) bloodshed (i.e. drops of blood):--blood(-y, -guiltiness, (-thirsty), + innocent.

(1819) damah [daw-maw']

a primitive root; to compare; by implication, to resemble, liken, consider:--compare, devise, (be) like(-n), mean, think, use similitudes.

(1820) damah [daw-mam']

a primitive root; to be dumb or silent; hence, to fail or perish; trans. to destroy:--cease, be cut down (off), destroy, be brought to silence, be undone, X utterly.

(1821) dmah [dem-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'damah' (damah); to resemble:--be like.

(1822) dummah [doom-maw']

from 'damah' (damah); desolation; concretely, desolate:--destroy.

(1823) dmuwth [dem-ooth']

from 'damah' (damah); resemblance; concretely, model, shape; adverbially, like:--fashion, like (-ness, as), manner, similitude.

(1824) dmiy [dem-ee']

or domiy {dom-ee'}; from 'damah' (damah); quiet:--cutting off, rest, silence.

(1825) dimyown [dim-yone']

from 'damah' (damah); resemblance:--X like.

(1826) damam [daw-man']

a prim root (compare 'daham' (daham), 'damah' (damah)); to be dumb; by implication, to be astonished, to stop; also to perish:--cease, be cut down (off), forbear, hold peace, quiet self, rest, be silent, keep (put to) silence, be (stand) still, tarry, wait.

(1827) dmamah [dem-aw-maw']

feminine from 'damam' (damam); quiet:--calm, silence, still.

(1828) domen [do'-men]

of uncertain derivation; manure:--dung.

(1829) Dimnah [dim-naw']

feminine from the same as 'domen' (domen); a dung-heap; Dimnah, a place in Palestine:--Dimnah.

(1830) dama` [daw-mah']

a primitive root; to weep:--X sore, weep.

(1831) dema` [dah'-mah]

from 'dama`' (dama`); a tear; figuratively, juice:--liquor.

(1832) dim`ah [dim-aw']

feminine of 'dema`' (dema`); weeping:--tears.

(1833) dmesheq [dem-eh'-shek]

by orthographical variation from 'Dammeseq' (Dammeseq); damask (as a fabric of Damascus):--in Damascus.

(1834) Dammeseq [dam-meh'-sek]

or Duwmeseq {doo-meh'-sek}; or Darmeseq {dar-meh'-sek}; of foreign origin; Damascus, a city of Syria:--Damascus.

(1835) Dan [dawn]

from 'diyn' (diyn); judge; Dan, one of the sons of Jacob; also the tribe descended from him, and its territory; likewise a place in Palestine colonized by them:--Dan.

(1836) den [dane]

(Aramaic) an orthographical variation of 'dek' (dek); this:-- (afore-)time, + after this manner, here (-after), one...another, such, there(-fore), these, this (matter), + thus, where(-fore), which.

(1837) Dannah [dan-naw']

of uncertain derivation; Dannah, a place in Palestine:--Dannah.

(1838) Dinhabah [din-haw-baw']

of uncertain derivation; Dinhabah, an Edomitish town:--Dinhaban.

(1839) Daniy [daw-nee']

patronymically from 'Dan' (Dan); a Danite (often collectively) or descendants (or inhabitants) of Dan:--Danites, of Dan.

(1840) Daniye'l [daw-nee-yale']

in Ezekiel it is: Daniel {daw-nee-ale'}; from 'Dan' (Dan) and ''el' ('el); judge of God; Daniel or Danijel, the name of two Israelites:--Daniel.

(1841) Daniye'l [daw-nee-yale']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Daniye'l' (Daniye'l); Danijel, the Heb. prophet:--Daniel.

(1842) Dan Ya`an [dawn yah'-an]

from 'Dan' (Dan) and (apparently) 'ya`an' (ya`an); judge of purpose; Dan-Jaan, a place in Palestine:--Dan-jaan.

(1843) dea` [day'-ah]

from 'yada`' (yada`); knowledge:--knowledge, opinion.

(1844) de`ah [day-aw']

feminine of 'dea`' (dea`); knowledge:--knowledge.

(1845) D`uw'el [deh-oo-ale']

from 'yada`' (yada`) and ''el' ('el); known of God; Deuel, an Israelite:--Deuel.

(1846) da`ak [daw-ak']

a primitive root; to be extinguished; figuratively, to expire or be dried up:--be extinct, consumed, put out, quenched.

(1847) da`ath [dah'-ath]

from 'yada`' (yada`); knowledge:--cunning, (ig-)norantly, know(-ledge), (un-)awares (wittingly).

(1848) dophiy [dof'-ee]

from an unused root (meaning to push over); a stumbling-block:--slanderest.

(1849) daphaq [daw-fak']

a primitive root; to knock; by analogy, to press severely:--beat, knock, overdrive.

(1850) Dophqah [dof-kaw']

from 'daphaq' (daphaq); a knock; Dophkah, a place in the Desert:--Dophkah.

(1851) daq [dak]

from 'daqaq' (daqaq); crushed, i.e. (by implication) small or thin:--dwarf, lean(-fleshed), very little thing, small, thin.

(1852) doq [doke]

from 'daqaq' (daqaq); something crumbling, i.e. fine (as a thin cloth):--curtain.

(1853) Diqlah [dik-law']

of foreign origin; Diklah, a region of Arabia:--Diklah.

(1854) daqaq [daw-kak']

a primitive root (compare 'hadak' (hadak)); to crush (or intransitively) crumble:--beat in pieces (small), bruise, make dust, (into) X powder, (be, very) small, stamp (small).

(1855) dqaq [dek-ak']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'daqaq' (daqaq); to crumble or (trans.) crush:--break to pieces.

(1856) daqar [daw-kar']

a primitive root; to stab; by analogy, to starve; figuratively, to revile:--pierce, strike (thrust) through, wound.

(1857) Deqer [deh'-ker]

from 'daqar' (daqar); a stab; Deker, an Israelite:--Dekar.

(1858) dar [dar]

apparently from the same as 'drowr' (drowr); properly, a pearl (from its sheen as rapidly turned); by analogy, pearl-stone, i.e. mother-of-pearl or alabaster:--X white.

(1859) dar [dawr]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'dowr' (dowr); an age:--generation.

(1860) dra'own [der-aw-one']

or dera)own {day-raw-one;}; from an unused root (meaning to repulse); an object of aversion:--abhorring, contempt.

(1861) dorbown [dor-bone']

(also dor-bawn'); of uncertain derivation; a goad:--goad.

(1862) Darda` [dar-dah']

apparently from 'dar' (dar) and 'dea`' (dea`); pearl of knowledge; Darda, an Israelite:--Darda.

(1863) dardar [dar-dar']

of uncertain derivation; a thorn:--thistle.

(1864) darowm [daw-rome']

of uncertain derivation; the south; poet. the south wind:--south.

(1865) drowr [der-ore']

from an unused root (meaning to move rapidly); freedom; hence, spontaneity of outflow, and so clear:--liberty, pure.

(1866) drowr [der-ore']

the same as 'drowr' (drowr), applied to a bird; the swift, a kind of swallow:--swallow.

(1867) Dar`yavesh [daw-reh-yaw-vaysh']

of Persian origin; Darejavesh, a title (rather than name) of several Persian kings:--Darius.

(1868) Daryavesh [daw-reh-yaw-vaysh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Dar`yavesh' (Dar`yavesh):--Darius.

(1869) darak [daw-rak']

a primitive root; to tread; by implication, to walk; also to string a bow (by treading on it in bending):--archer, bend, come, draw, go (over), guide, lead (forth), thresh, tread (down), walk.