Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(1988) halom [hal-ome']

from the article (see 'halah' (halah)); hither:--here, hither(-(to)), thither.

(1989) halmuwth [hal-mooth']

from 'halam' (halam); a hammer (or mallet):--hammer.

(1990) Ham [hawm]

of uncertain derivation; Ham, a region of Palestine:--Ham.

(1991) hem [haym]

from 'hamah' (hamah); abundance, i.e. wealth:--any of theirs.

(1992) hem [haym]

or (prolonged) hemmah {haym'-maw}; masculine plural from 'halak' (halak); they (only used when emphatic):--it, like, X (how, so) many (soever, more as) they (be), (the) same, X so, X such, their, them, these, they, those, which, who, whom, withal, ye.

(1993) hamah [haw-maw']

a primitive root (compare 'huwm' (huwm)); to make a loud sound like Engl. "hum"); by implication, to be in great commotion or tumult, to rage, war, moan, clamor:--clamorous, concourse, cry aloud, be disquieted, loud, mourn, be moved, make a noise, rage, roar, sound, be troubled, make in tumult, tumultuous, be in an uproar.

(1994) himmow [him-mo']

(Aramaic) or (prolonged) himmown (Aramaic) {him- mone'}; corresponding to 'hem' (hem); they:--X are, them, those.

(1995) hamown [haw-mone']

or hamon (Ezek. 5:7) {haw-mone'}; from 'hamah' (hamah); a noise, tumult, crowd; also disquietude, wealth:--abundance, company, many, multitude, multiply, noise, riches, rumbling, sounding, store, tumult.

(1996) Hamown Gowg [ham-one' gohg]

from 'hamown' (hamown) and 'Gowg' (Gowg); the multitude of Gog; the fanciful name of an emblematic place in Palestine:--Hamogog.

(1997) Hamownah [ham-o-naw']

feminine of 'hamown' (hamown); multitude; hamonah, the same as 'Hamown Gowg' (Hamown Gowg):--Hamonah.

(1998) hemyah [hem-yaw']

from 'hamah' (hamah); sound:--noise.

(1999) hamullah [ham-ool-law']

or (too fully) hamuwllah (Jer. ll:l6) {ham- ool-law'}; feminine passive participle of an unused root meaning to rush (as rain with a windy roar); a sound:--speech, tumult.

(2000) hamam [haw-mam']

a primitive root (compare 'huwm' (huwm), 'hamah' (hamah)); properly, to put in commotion; by implication, to disturb, drive, destroy:--break, consume, crush, destroy, discomfit, trouble, vex.

(2001) Haman [haw-mawn']

of foreign derivation; Haman, a Persian vizier:--Haman.

(2002) hamniyk [ham-neek']

(Aramaic) but the text is hamuwnek {ham-oo-nayk'}; of foreign origin; a necklace:--chain.

(2003) hamac [haw-mawce']

from an unused root apparently meaning to crackle; a dry twig or brushwood:--melting.

(2004) hen [hane]

feminine plural from 'huw'' (huw'); they (only used when emphatic):-- X in, such like, (with) them, thereby, therein, (more than) they, wherein, in which, whom, withal.

(2005) hen [hane]

a primitive particle; lo!; also (as expressing surprise) if:--behold, if, lo, though.

(2006) hen [hane]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'hen' (hen): lo! also there(-fore), (un- )less, whether, but, if:--(that) if, or, whether.

(2007) hennah [hane'-naw]

prolongation for 'hen' (hen); themselves (often used emphatic for the copula, also in indirect relation):--X in, X such (and such things), their, (into) them, thence, therein, these, they (had), on this side, whose, wherein.

(2008) hennah [hane'-naw]

from 'hen' (hen); hither or thither (but used both of place and time):--here, hither(-to), now, on this (that) side, + since, this (that) way, thitherward, + thus far, to...fro, + yet.

(2009) hinneh [hin-nay']

prolongation for 'hen' (hen); lo!:--behold, lo, see.

(2010) hanachah [han-aw-khaw']

from 'nuwach' (nuwach); permission of rest, i.e. quiet:--release.

(2011) Hinnom [hin-nome']

probably of foreign origin; Hinnom, apparently a Jebusite:--Hinnom.

(2012) Hena` [hay-nah']

probably of foreign derivation; Hena, a place apparently in Mesopotamia:--Hena.

(2013) hacah [haw-saw']

a primitive root; to hush:--hold peace (tongue), (keep) silence, be silent, still.

(2014) haphugah [haf-oo-gaw']

from 'puwg' (puwg); relaxation:--intermission.

(2015) haphak [haw-fak']

a primitive root; to turn about or over; by implication, to change, overturn, return, pervert:--X become, change, come, be converted, give, make (a bed), overthrow (-turn), perverse, retire, tumble, turn (again, aside, back, to the contrary, every way).

(2016) hephek [heh'-fek]

: or hephek {hay'-fek}; from 'haphak' (haphak); a turn, i.e. the reverse:--contrary.

(2017) hophek [ho'-fek]

from 'haphak' (haphak); an upset, i.e. (abstract) perversity:--turning of things upside down.

(2018) haphekah [haf-ay-kaw']

feminine of 'hephek' (hephek); destruction:--overthrow.

(2019) haphakpak [haf-ak-pak']

by reduplication from 'haphak' (haphak); very perverse:--froward.

(2020) hatstsalah [hats-tsaw-law']

from 'natsal' (natsal); rescue:--deliverance.

(2021) hotsen [ho'-tsen]

from an unused root meaning apparently to be sharp or strong; a weapon of war:--chariot.

(2022) har [har]

a shortened form of 'harar' (harar); a mountain or range of hills (sometimes used figuratively):--hill (country), mount(-ain), X promotion.

(2023) Hor [hore]

another form of 'har' (har); mountain; Hor, the name of a peak in Idumaea and of one in Syria:--Hor.

(2024) Hara' [haw-raw']

perhaps from 'har' (har); mountainousness; Hara, a region of Media:--Hara.

(2025) har'el [har-ale']

from 'har' (har) and ''el' ('el); mount of God; figuratively, the altar of burnt-offering:--altar. Compare ''ariy'el' ('ariy'el).

(2026) harag [haw-rag']

a primitive root; to smite with deadly intent:--destroy, out of hand, kill, murder(-er), put to (death), make (slaughter), slay(-er), X surely.

(2027) hereg [heh'-reg]

from 'harag' (harag); slaughter:--be slain, slaughter.

(2028) haregah [har-ay-gaw']

feminine of 'hereg' (hereg); slaughter:--slaughter.

(2029) harah [haw-raw']

a primitive root; to be (or become) pregnant, conceive (literally or figuratively):--been, be with child, conceive, progenitor.

(2030) hareh [haw-reh']

or hariy (Hosea 14:1) {haw-ree'}; from 'harah' (harah); pregnant:--(be, woman) with child, conceive, X great.

(2031) harhor [har-hor']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'harah' (harah); a mental conception:--thought.

(2032) herown [hay-rone']

or herayown {hay-raw-yone'}; from 'harah' (harah); pregnancy:--conception.

(2033) Harowriy [har-o-ree']

another form for 'Harariy' (Harariy); a Harorite or mountaineer:--Harorite.

(2034) hariycah [har-ee-saw']

from 'harac' (harac); something demolished:--ruin.

(2035) hariycuwth [har-ee-sooth']

from 'harac' (harac); demolition:--destruction.

(2036) Horam [ho-rawm']

from an unused root (meaning to tower up); high; Horam, a Canaanitish king:--Horam.

(2037) Harum [haw-room']

passive participle of the same as 'Horam' (Horam); high; Harum, an Israelite:--Harum.

(2038) harmown [har-mone']

from the same as 'Horam' (Horam); a castle (from its height):--palace.

(2039) Haran [haw-rawn']

perhaps from 'har' (har); mountaineer; Haran, the name of two men:--Haran.

(2040) harac [haw-ras']

a primitive root; to pull down or in pieces, break, &� destroy:--beat down, break (down, through), destroy, overthrow, pluck down, pull down, ruin, throw down, X utterly.

(2041) herec [heh'-res]

from 'harac' (harac); demolition:--destruction.

(2042) harar [haw-rawr']

from an unused root meaning to loom up; a mountain:--hill, mount(-ain).

(2043) Harariy [hah-raw-ree']

or Harariy (2 Sam. 23:11) {haw-raw-ree'}; or Haarariy (2 Sam. 23:34, last clause), {haw-raw-ree'}; apparently from 'harar' (harar); a mountaineer:--Hararite.

(2044) Hashem [haw-shame']

perhaps from the same as 'Chashum' (Chashum); wealthy; Hashem, an Israelite:--Hashem.

(2045) hashma`uwth [hashmaw-ooth']

from 'shama`' (shama`); announcement:--to cause to hear.

(2046) hittuwk [hit-took']

from 'nathak' (nathak); a melting:--is melted.

(2047) Hathak [hath-awk']

probably of foreign origin; Hathak, a Persian eunuch:--Hatach.

(2048) hathal [haw-thal']

a primitive root; to deride; by implication, to cheat:--deal deceitfully, deceive, mock.

(2049) hathol [haw-thole']

from 'hathal' (hathal) (only in plural collectively); a derision:--mocker.

(2050) hathath' [haw-thath']

a primitive root; properly, to break in upon, i.e. to assail:--imagine mischief.