Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(2748) chartom [khar-tome']

from the same as 'cheret' (cheret); a horoscopist (as drawing magical lines or circles):--magician.

(2749) chartom [khar-tome']

(Aramaic) the same as 'chartom' (chartom):--magician.

(2750) choriy [khor-ee']

from 'charah' (charah); a burning (i.e. intense) anger:--fierce, X great, heat.

(2751) choriy [kho-ree']

from the same as 'chuwr' (chuwr); white bread:--white.

(2752) Choriy [kho-ree']

from 'chowr' (chowr); cave-dweller or troglodyte; a Chorite or aboriginal Idumaean:--Horims, Horites.

(2753) Choriy [kho-ree']

or Chowriy {kho-ree'}; the same as 'Choriy' (Choriy); Chori, the name of two men:--Hori.

(2754) chariyt [khaw-reet']

or charit {khaw-reet'}; from the same as 'cheret' (cheret); properly, cut out (or hollow), i.e. (by implication) a pocket:--bag, crisping pin.

(2755) charey-yowniym [khar-ay'-yo-neem']

from the plural of 'chere'' (chere') and the plural of 'yownah' (yownah); excrements of doves {or perhaps rather the plural of a single word charapyown {khar-aw-yone'}; of similar or uncertain derivation, probably a kind of vegetable:--doves' dung.

(2756) Chariyph [khaw-reef']

from 'charaph.' (charaph.); autumnal; Chariph, the name of two Israelites:--Hariph.

(2757) chariyts [khaw-reets']

or charits {khaw-reets'}; from 'charats' (charats); properly, incisure or (passively) incised (compare 'charuwts' (charuwts)); hence, a threshing-sledge (with sharp teeth): also a slice (as cut):--+ cheese, harrow.

(2758) chariysh [khaw-reesh']

from 'charash' (charash); ploughing or its season:--earing (time), ground.

(2759) chariyshiy [khar-ee-shee']

from 'charash' (charash) in the sense of silence; quiet, i.e. sultry (as feminine noun, the sirocco or hot east wind):--vehement.

(2760) charak [khaw-rak']

a primitive root; to braid (i.e. to entangle or snare) or catch (game) in a net:--roast.

(2761) charak [khar-ak']

(Aramaic) a root probably allied to the equivalent of 'charar' (charar); to scorch:--singe.

(2762) cherek [kheh'-rek]

from 'charak' (charak); properly, a net, i.e. (by analogy) lattice:--lattice.

(2763) charam [khaw-ram']

a primitive root; to seclude; specifically (by a ban) to devote to religious uses (especially destruction); physical and reflexive, to be blunt as to the nose:--make accursed, consecrate, (utterly) destroy, devote, forfeit, have a flat nose, utterly (slay, make away).

(2764) cherem [khay'-rem]

or (Zecheriah 14:11) cherem {kheh'-rem}; from 'charam' (charam); physical (as shutting in) a net (either literally or figuratively); usually a doomed object; abstr. extermination:--(ac-)curse(-d, -d thing), dedicated thing, things which should have been utterly destroyed, (appointed to) utter destruction, devoted (thing), net.

(2765) Chorem [khor-ame']

from 'charam' (charam); devoted; Chorem, a place in Palestine:--Horem.

(2766) Charim [khaw-reem']

from 'charam' (charam); snub-nosed; Charim, an Israelite:--Harim.

(2767) Chormah [khor-maw']

from 'charam' (charam); devoted; Chormah, a place in Palestine:--Hormah.

(2768) Chermown [kher-mone']

from 'charam' (charam); abrupt; Chermon, a mount of Palestine:--Hermon.

(2769) Chermowniym [kher-mo-neem']

plural of 'Chermown' (Chermown); Hermons, i.e. its peaks:--the Hermonites.

(2770) chermesh [kher-mashe']

from 'charam' (charam); a sickle (as cutting):--sickle.

(2771) Charan [kaw-rawn']

from 'charar' (charar); parched; Charan, the name of a man and also of a place:--Haran.

(2772) Choroniy [kho-ro-nee']

patrial from 'Choronayim' (Choronayim); a Choronite or inhabitant of Choronaim:--Horonite.

(2773) Choronayim [kho-ro-nah'-yim]

dual of a derivative from 'chowr' (chowr); double cave-town; Choronajim, a place in Moab:--Horonaim.

(2774) Charnepher [khar-neh'fer]

of uncertain derivation; Charnepher, an Israelite:--Harnepher.

(2775) cherec [kheh'-res]

or (with a directive enclitic) charcah (khar'- saw}; from an unused root meaning to scrape; the itch; also (perhaps from the mediating idea of 'charcuwth' (charcuwth)) the sun:--itch, sun.

(2776) Cherec [kheh'-res]

the same as 'cherec' (cherec); shining; Cheres, a mountain in Palestine:--Heres.

(2777) charcuwth [khar-sooth']

from 'cherec' (cherec) (apparently in the sense of a red tile used for scraping); a potsherd, i.e. (by implication) a pottery; the name of a gate at Jerusalem:--east.

(2778) charaph. [khaw-raf']

a primitive root; to pull off, i.e. (by implication) to expose (as by stripping); specifically, to betroth (as if a surrender); figuratively, to carp at, i.e. defame; denominative (from 'choreph' (choreph)) to spend the winter:--betroth, blaspheme, defy, jeopard, rail, reproach, upbraid.

(2779) choreph [kho'-ref]

from 'charaph.' (charaph.); properly, the crop gathered, i.e. (by implication) the autumn (and winter) season; figuratively, ripeness of age:--cold, winter (-house), youth.

(2780) Chareph [khaw-rafe']

from 'charaph.' (charaph.); reproachful; Chareph, an Israelite:--Hareph.

(2781) cherpah [kher-paw']

from 'charaph.' (charaph.); contumely, disgrace, the pudenda:--rebuke, reproach(-fully), shame.

(2782) charats [khaw-rats']

a primitive root; properly, to point sharply, i.e. (literally) to wound; figuratively, to be alert, to decide:--bestir self, decide, decree, determine, maim, move.

(2783) charats [khar-ats']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'charats' (charats) in the sense of vigor; the loin (as the seat of strength):--loin.

(2784) chartsubbah [khar-tsoob-baw']

of uncertain derivation; a fetter; figuratively, a pain:--band.

(2785) chartsan [kchar-tsan']

from 'charats' (charats); a sour grape (as sharp in taste):--kernel.

(2786) charaq [khaw-rak']

a primitive root; to grate the teeth:--gnash.

(2787) charar [khaw-rar']

a primitive root; to glow, i.e. literally (to melt, burn, dry up) or figuratively (to show or incite passion:--be angry, burn, dry, kindle.

(2788) charer [khaw-rare']

from 'charar' (charar); arid:--parched place.

(2789) cheres [kheh'-res]

a collateral form mediating between 'cherec' (cherec) and 'cheresh' (cheresh); a piece of pottery:--earth(-en), (pot-)sherd, + stone.

(2790) charash [khaw-rash']

a primitive root; to scratch, i.e. (by implication) to engrave, plough; hence (from the use of tools) to fabricate (of any material); figuratively, to devise (in a bad sense); hence (from the idea of secrecy) to be silent, to let alone; hence (by implication) to be deaf (as an accompaniment of dumbness):--X altogether, cease, conceal, be deaf, devise, ear, graven, imagine, leave off speaking, hold peace, plow(-er, man), be quiet, rest, practise secretly, keep silence, be silent, speak not a word, be still, hold tongue, worker.

(2791) cheresh [kheh'-resh]

from 'charash' (charash); magical craft; also silence:--cunning, secretly.

(2792) Cheresh [kheh'-resh]

the same as 'cheresh' (cheresh):--Cheresh, a Levite:--Heresh.

(2793) choresh [kho'-resh]

from 'charash' (charash); a forest (perhaps as furnishing the material for fabric):--bough, forest, shroud, wood.

(2794) choresh [kho-rashe']

active participle of 'charash' (charash); a fabricator or mechanic:--artificer.

(2795) cheresh [khay-rashe']

from 'charash' (charash); deaf (whether literally or spir.):--deaf.

(2796) charash [khaw-rawsh']

from 'charash' (charash); a fabricator or any material:--artificer, (+) carpenter, craftsman, engraver, maker, + mason, skilful, (+) smith, worker, workman, such as wrought.

(2797) Charsha' [khar-shaw']

from 'Cheresh' (Cheresh); magician; Charsha, one of the Nethinim:--Harsha.

(2798) Charashiym [khar-aw-sheem']

plural of 'charash' (charash); mechanics, the name of a valley in Jerusalem:--Charashim, craftsmen.

(2799) charosheth [khar-o'-sheth]

from 'charash' (charash); mechanical work:--carving, cutting.

(2800) Charosheth [khar-o'-sheth]

the same as 'charosheth' (charosheth); Charosheth, a place in Palestine:--Harosheth.

(2801) charath [khaw-rath']

a primitive root; to engrave:--graven.

(2802) Chereth [kheh'-reth]

from 'charath' (charath) (but equivalent to 'choresh' (choresh)); forest; Chereth, a thicket in Palestine:--Hereth.

(2803) chashab [khaw-shab']

a primitive root; properly, to plait or interpenetrate, i.e. (literally) to weave or (gen.) to fabricate; figuratively, to plot or contrive (usually in a malicious sense); hence (from the mental effort) to think, regard, value, compute:--(make) account (of), conceive, consider, count, cunning (man, work, workman), devise, esteem, find out, forecast, hold, imagine, impute, invent, be like, mean, purpose, reckon(-ing be made), regard, think.

(2804) chashab [khash-ab']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'chashab' (chashab); to regard:--repute.

(2805) chesheb [khay'-sheb]

from 'chashab' (chashab); a belt or strap (as being interlaced):--curious girdle.

(2806) Chashbaddanah [khash-bad-daw'-naw]

from 'chashab' (chashab) and 'diyn' (diyn); considerate judge; Chasbaddanah, an Israelite:--Hasbadana.

(2807) Chashubah [khash-oo-baw']

from 'chashab' (chashab); estimation; Cashubah, an Israelite:--Hashubah.

(2808) cheshbown [khesh-bone']

from 'chashab' (chashab); properly, contrivance; by implication, intelligence:--account, device, reason.

(2809) Cheshbown [khesh-bone']

the same as 'cheshbown' (cheshbown); Cheshbon, a place East of the Jordan:--Heshbon.

(2810) chishshabown [khish-shaw-bone']

from 'chashab' (chashab); a contrivance, i.e. actual (a warlike machine) or mental (a machination):--engine, invention.

(2811) Chashabyah [khash-ab-yaw']

or Chashabyahuw {khash-ab-yaw'-hoo}; from 'chashab' (chashab) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has regarded; Chashabjah, the name of nine Israelites:--Hashabiah.

(2812) Chashabnah [khash-ab-naw']

feminine of 'cheshbown' (cheshbown); inventiveness; Chashnah, an Israelite:--Hashabnah.

(2813) Chashabnyah [khash-ab-neh-yaw']

from 'cheshbown' (cheshbown) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); thought of Jah; Chashabnejah, the name of two Israelites:--Hashabniah.

(2814) chashah [khaw-shaw']

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

(2815) Chashshuwb [khash-shoob']

from 'chashab' (chashab); intelligent; Chashshub, the name of two or three Israelites:--Hashub, Hasshub.

(2816) chashowk [khash-oke']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'chashak' (chashak); the dark:--darkness.

(2817) Chasuwpha' [khas-oo-faw']

or Chasuphao {khas-oo-faw'}; from 'chasaph' (chasaph); nakedness; Chasupha, one of the Nethinim:--Hashupha, Hasupha.

(2818) chashach [khash-akh']

(Aramaic) a collateral root to one corresponding to 'chuwsh' (chuwsh) in the sense of readiness; to be necessary (from the idea of convenience) or (transitively) to need:--careful, have need of.

(2819) chashchuwth [khash-khooth']

from a root corresponding to 'chashach' (chashach); necessity:--be needful.

(2820) chasak [khaw-sak']

a primitive root; to restrain or (reflex.) refrain; by implication, to refuse, spare, preserve; also (by interch. with 'chashak' (chashak)) to observe:--assuage, X darken, forbear, hinder, hold back, keep (back), punish, refrain, reserve, spare, withhold.

(2821) chashak [khaw-shak']

a primitive root; to be dark (as withholding light); transitively, to darken:--be black, be (make) dark, darken, cause darkness, be dim, hide.

(2822) choshek [kho-shek']

from 'chashak' (chashak); the dark; hence (literally) darkness; figuratively, misery, destruction, death, ignorance, sorrow, wickedness:--dark(-ness), night, obscurity.

(2823) chashok [khaw-shoke']

from 'chashak' (chashak); dark (figuratively, i.e. obscure):--meaning

(2824) cheshkah [khesh-kaw']

from 'chashak' (chashak); darkness:--dark.

(2825) chashekah [khash-ay-kaw']

or chashekah {khash-ay-kaw'}; from 'chashak' (chashak); darkness; figuratively, misery:--darkness.

(2826) chashal [khaw-shal']

a primitive root; to make (intrans. be) unsteady, i.e. weak:--feeble.

(2827) chashal [khash-al']

(Aramaic) a root corresponding to 'chashal' (chashal); to weaken, i.e. crush:--subdue.

(2828) Chashum [khaw-shoom']

from the same as 'chashman' (chashman); enriched; Chashum, the name of two or three Israelites:--Hashum.

(2829) Cheshmown [klesh-mone']

the same as 'chashman' (chashman); opulent; Cheshmon, a place in Palestine:--Heshmon.

(2830) chashmal [khash-mal']

of uncertain derivation; probably bronze or polished spectrum metal:--amber.

(2831) chashman [khash-man']

from an unused root (probably meaning firm or capacious in resources); apparently wealthy:--princes.

(2832) Chashmonah [khash-mo-naw']

feminine of 'chashman' (chashman); fertile; Chasmonah, a place in the Desert:--Hashmonah.

(2833) choshen [kho'-shen]

from an unused root probably meaning to contain or sparkle; perhaps a pocket (as holding the Urim and Thummim), or rich (as containing gems), used only of the gorget of the highpriest:--breastplate.

(2834) chasaph [khaw-saf']

a primitive root; to strip off, i.e. generally to make naked (for exertion or in disgrace), to drain away or bail up (a liquid):--make bare, clean, discover, draw out, take, uncover.

(2835) chasiph [khaw-seef']

from 'chasaph' (chasaph); properly, drawn off, i.e. separated; hence, a small company (as divided from the rest):--little flock.

(2836) chashaq [khaw-shak']

a primitive root; to cling, i.e. join, (figuratively) to love, delight in; elliptically (or by interchangeable for 'chasak' (chasak)) to deliver:--have a delight, (have a ) desire, fillet, long, set (in) love.

(2837) chesheq [khay'-shek]

from 'chashaq' (chashaq); delight:--desire, pleasure.

(2838) chashuq [khaw-shook']

or chashuwq {khaw-shook'}; past participle of 'chashaq' (chashaq); attached, i.e. a fence-rail or rod connecting the posts or pillars:--fillet.

(2839) chishshuq [khish-shook']

from 'chashaq' (chashaq); conjoined, i.e. a wheel-spoke or rod connecting the hub with the rim:--felloe.

(2840) chishshur [khish-shoor']

from an unused root meaning to bind together; combined, i.e. the nave or hub of a wheel (as holding the spokes together):--spoke.

(2841) chashrah [khash-raw']

from the same as 'chishshur' (chishshur); properly, a combination or gathering, i.e. of watery clouds:--dark.

(2842) chashash [khaw-shash']

by variation for 'qash' (qash); dry grass:--chaff.

(2843) Chushathiy [khoo-shaw-thee']

patronymically from 'Chuwshah' (Chuwshah); a Chushathite or descendant of Chushah:--Hushathite.

(2844) chath [khath]

from 'chathath' (chathath); concretely, crushed; also afraid; abstractly, terror:--broken, dismayed, dread, fear.

(2845) Cheth [khayth]

from 'chathath' (chathath); terror; Cheth, an aboriginal Canaanite:--Heth.

(2846) chathah [khaw-thaw']

a primitive root; to lay hold of; especially to pick up fire:--heap, take (away).

(2847) chittah [khit-taw']

from 'chathath' (chathath); fear:--terror.

(2848) chittuwl [khit-tool']

from 'chathal' (chathal); swathed, i.e. a bandage:--roller.