Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)

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(2162) zamam [zaw-mawm']

from 'zamam' (zamam); a plot:--wicked device.

(2163) zaman [zaw-man']

a primitive root; to fix (a time):--appoint.

(2164) zman [zem-an']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zaman' (zaman); to agree (on a time and place):--prepare.

(2165) zman [zem-awn']

from 'zaman' (zaman); an appointed occasion:--season, time.

(2166) zman [zem-awn']

(Aramaic) from 'zman' (zman); the same as 'zman' (zman):--season, time.

(2167) zamar [zaw-mar']

a primitive root (perhaps ident. with 'zamar' (zamar) through the idea of striking with the fingers); properly, to touch the strings or parts of a musical instrument, i.e. play upon it; to make music, accompanied by the voice; hence to celebrate in song and music:--give praise, sing forth praises, psalms.

(2168) zamar [zaw-mar']

a primitive root (compare 'zamar' (zamar), 'camar' (camar), 'tsemer' (tsemer)); to trim (a vine):--prune.

(2169) zemer [zeh'-mer]

apparently from 'zamar' (zamar) or 'zamar' (zamar); a gazelle (from its lightly touching the ground):--chamois.

(2170) zmar [zem-awr']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'zamar' (zamar); instrumental music:--musick.

(2171) zammar [zam-mawr']

(Aramaic) from the same as 'zmar' (zmar); an instrumental musician:--singer.

(2172) zimrah [zim-raw']

from 'zamar' (zamar); a musical piece or song to be accompanied by an instrument:--melody, psalm.

(2173) zimrah [zim-raw']

from 'zamar' (zamar); pruned (i.e. choice) fruit:--best fruit.

(2174) Zimriy [zim-ree']

from 'zamar' (zamar); musical; Zimri, the name of five Israelites, and of an Arabian tribe:--Zimri.

(2175) Zimran [zim-rawn']

from 'zamar' (zamar); musical; Zimran, a son of Abraham by Keturah:--Zimran.

(2176) zimrath [zim-rawth']

from 'zamar' (zamar); instrumental music; by implication, praise:--song.

(2177) zan [zan]

from 'zuwn' (zuwn); properly, nourished (or fully developed), i.e. a form or sort:--divers kinds, X all manner of store.

(2178) zan [zan]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zan' (zan); sort:--kind.

(2179) zanab [zaw-nab']

a primitive root meaning to wag; used only as a denominative from 'zanab' (zanab); to curtail, i.e. cut off the rear:--smite the hindmost.

(2180) zanab [zaw-nawb']

from 'zanab' (zanab) (in the original sense of flapping); the tail (literally or figuratively):--tail.

(2181) zanah [zaw-naw']

a primitive root (highly-fed and therefore wanton); to commit adultery (usually of the female, and less often of simple fornication, rarely of involuntary ravishment); figuratively, to commit idolatry (the Jewish people being regarded as the spouse of Jehovah):--(cause to) commit fornication, X continually, X great, (be an, play the) harlot, (cause to be, play the) whore, (commit, fall to) whoredom, (cause to) go a-whoring, whorish.

(2182) Zanowach [zaw-no'-akh]

from 'zanach' (zanach); rejected; Zanoach, the name of two places in Palestine:--Zanoah.

(2183) zanuwn [zaw-noon']

from 'zanah' (zanah); adultery; figuratively, idolatry:--whoredom.

(2184) znuwth [zen-ooth']

from 'zanah' (zanah); adultery, i.e. (figuratively) infidelity, idolatry:--whoredom.

(2185) zonowth [zo-noth']

regarded by some as if from 'zuwn' (zuwn) or an unused root, and applied to military equipments; but evidently the feminine plural active participle of 'zanah' (zanah); harlots:--armour.

(2186) zanach [zaw-nakh']

a primitive root meaning to push aside, i.e. reject, forsake, fail:--cast away (off), remove far away (off).

(2187) zanaq [zaw-nak']

a primitive root; properly, to draw together the feet (as an animal about to dart upon its prey), i.e. to spring forward:-- leap.

(2188) ze`ah [zay-aw']

from 'zuwa`' (zuwa`) (in the sense of 'yeza`' (yeza`)); perspiration:--sweat.

(2189) za`avah [zah-av-aw']

by transposition for 'zva`ah' (zva`ah); agitation, maltreatment:--X removed, trouble.

(2190) Za`avan [zah-av-awn']

from 'zuwa`' (zuwa`); disquiet; Zaavan, an Idumaean:--Zaavan.

(2191) ze`eyr [zeh-ayr']

from an unused root (akin (by permutation) to 'tsa`ar' (tsa`ar)), meaning to dwindle; small:--little.

(2192) z`eyr [zeh-ayr']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'ze`eyr' (ze`eyr):--little.

(2193) za`ak [zaw-ak']

a primitive root; to extinguish:--be extinct.

(2194) za`am [zaw-am']

a primitive root; properly, to foam at the mouth, i.e. to be enraged:--abhor, abominable, (be) angry, defy, (have) indignation.

(2195) za`am [zah'-am]

from 'za`am' (za`am); strictly froth at the mouth, i.e. (figuratively) fury (especially of God's displeasure with sin):--angry, indignation, rage.

(2196) za`aph [zaw-af']

a primitive root; properly, to boil up, i.e. (figuratively) to be peevish or angry:--fret, sad, worse liking, be wroth.

(2197) za`aph [zah'-af]

from 'za`aph' (za`aph); anger:--indignation, rage(-ing), wrath.

(2198) za`eph [zaw-afe']

from 'za`aph' (za`aph); angry:--displeased.

(2199) za`aq [zaw-ak']

a primitive root; to shriek (from anguish or danger); by analogy, (as a herald) to announce or convene publicly:-- assemble, call (together), (make a) cry (out), come with such a company, gather (together), cause to be proclaimed.

(2200) z`iq [zek'-eek]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'za`aq' (za`aq); to make an outcry:--cry.

(2201) za`aq [zah'-ak]

and (feminine) zoaqah {zeh-aw-kaw'}; from 'za`aq' (za`aq); a shriek or outcry:--cry(-ing).

(2202) Ziphron [zi-frone']

from an unused root (meaning to be fragrant); Ziphron, a place in Palestine:--Ziphron.

(2203) zepheth [zeh'-feth]

from an unused root (meaning to liquify); asphalt (from its tendency to soften in the sun):--pitch.

(2204) zaqen [zaw-kane']

a primitive root; to be old:--aged man, be (wax) old (man).

(2205) zaqen [zaw-kane']

from 'zaqen' (zaqen); old:--aged, ancient (man), elder(-est), old (man, men and...women), senator.

(2206) zaqan [zaw-kawn']

from 'zaqen' (zaqen); the beard (as indicating age):--beard.

(2207) zoqen [zo'-ken]

from 'zaqen' (zaqen); old age:--age.

(2208) zaqun [zaw-koon']

properly, passive participle of 'zaqen' (zaqen) (used only in the plural as a noun); old age:-old age.

(2209) ziqnah [zik-naw']

feminine of 'zaqen' (zaqen); old age:--old (age).

(2210) zaqaph [zaw-kaf']

a primitive root; to life, i.e. (figuratively) comfort:--raise (up).

(2211) zqaph [zek-af']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zaqaph' (zaqaph); to hang, i.e. impale:--set up.

(2212) zaqaq [zaw-kak']

a primitive root; to strain, (figuratively) extract, clarify:--fine, pour down, purge, purify, refine.

(2213) zer [zare]

from 'zarar' (zarar) (in the sense of scattering); a chaplet (as spread around the top), i.e. (specifically) a border moulding:--crown.

(2214) zara' [zaw-raw']

from 'zuwr' (zuwr) (in the sense of estrangement) (compare 'zarah' (zarah)); disgust:--loathsome.

(2215) zarab [zaw-rab']

a primitive root; to flow away:--wax warm.

(2216) Zrubbabel [zer-oob-baw-bel']

from 'zarab' (zarab) and 'Babel' (Babel); descended of (i.e. from) Babylon, i.e. born there; Zerubbabel, an Israelite:--Zerubbabel.

(2217) Zrubbabel [zer-oob-baw-bel']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Zrubbabel' (Zrubbabel):--Zerubbabel.

(2218) Zered [zeh'-red]

from an unused root meaning to be exuberant in growth; lined with shrubbery; Zered, a brook East of the Dead Sea:--Zared, Zered.

(2219) zarah [zaw-raw']

a primitive root (compare 'zuwr' (zuwr)); to toss about; by implication, to diffuse, winnow:--cast away, compass, disperse, fan, scatter (away), spread, strew, winnow.

(2220) zrowa` [zer-o'-ah]

or (shortened) zroao {zer-o'-ah}; and (feminine) zrowpah {zer-o-aw'}; or zrowah {zer-o-aw'}; from 'zara`' (zara`); the arm (as stretched out), or (of animals) the foreleg; figuratively, force:--arm, + help, mighty, power, shoulder, strength.

(2221) zeruwa` [zay-roo'-ah]

from 'zara`' (zara`); something sown, i.e. a plant:--sowing, thing that is sown.

(2222) zarziyph [zar-zeef']

by reduplication from an unused root meaning to flow; a pouring rain:--water.

(2223) zarziyr [zar-zeer']

by reduplication from 'zuwr' (zuwr); properly, tightly girt, i.e. probably a racer, or some fleet animal (as being slender in the waist):--+ greyhound.

(2224) zarach [zaw-rakh']

a primitive root; properly, to irradiate (or shoot forth beams), i.e. to rise (as the sun); specifically, to appear (as a symptom of leprosy):--arise, rise (up), as soon as it is up.

(2225) zerach [zeh'-rakh]

from 'zarach' (zarach); a rising of light:--rising.

(2226) Zerach [zeh'-rakh]

the same as 'zerach' (zerach); Zerach, the name of three Israelites, also of an Idumaean and an Ethiopian prince:--Zarah, Zerah.

(2227) Zarchiy [zar-khee']

patronymically from 'Zerach' (Zerach); a Zarchite or descendant of Zerach:--Zarchite.

(2228) Zrachyah [zer-akh-yaw']

from 'zerach' (zerach) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has risen: Zerachjah, the name of two Israelites:--Zerahiah.

(2229) zaram [zaw-ram']

a primitive root; to gush (as water):--carry away as with a flood, pour out.

(2230) zerem [zeh'-rem]

from 'zaram' (zaram); a gush of water:--flood, overflowing, shower, storm, tempest.

(2231) zirmah [zir-maw']

feminine of 'zerem' (zerem); a gushing of fluid (semen):--issue.

(2232) zara` [zaw-rah']

a primitive root; to sow; figuratively, to disseminate, plant, fructify:--bear, conceive seed, set with sow(-er), yield.

(2233) zera` [zeh'-rah]

from 'zara`' (zara`); seed; figuratively, fruit, plant, sowing-time, posterity:--X carnally, child, fruitful, seed(-time), sowing- time.

(2234) zra` [zer-ah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'zera`' (zera`); posterity:--seed.

(2235) zeroa` [zay-ro'-ah]

or zeraSon {zay-raw-ohn'}; from 'zara`' (zara`); something sown (only in the plural), i.e. a vegetable (as food):--pulse.

(2236) zaraq [zaw-rak']

a primitive root; to sprinkle (fluid or solid particles):--be here and there, scatter, sprinkle, strew.

(2237) zarar [zaw-rar']

a primitive root (compare 'zuwr' (zuwr)); perhaps to diffuse, i.e. (specifically) to sneeze:--sneeze.

(2238) Zeresh [zeh'-resh]

of Persian origin; Zeresh, Haman's wife:--Zeresh.

(2239) zereth [zeh'-reth]

from 'zarah' (zarah); the spread of the fingers, i.e. a span:--span.

(2240) Zattuw' [zat-too']

of uncertain derivation; Zattu, an Israelite:--Zattu.

(2241) Zetham [zay-thawm']

apparently a variation for 'Zeythan' (Zeythan); Zetham, an &� Israelite:--Zetham.

(2242) Zethar [zay-thar']

of Persian origin; Zethar, a eunuch of Xerxes:--Zethar.