Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(3271) ya`at [yaw-at']

a primitive root; to clothe:--cover.

(3272) y`at , [yeh-at']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'ya`ats' (ya`ats); to counsel; reflexively, to consult:--counsellor, consult together.

(3273) Y`iy'el [yeh-ee-ale']

from 'ya`ah' (ya`ah) and ''el' ('el); carried away of God; Jeiel, the name of six Israelites:--Jeiel, Jehiel. Compare 'Y`uw'el' (Y`uw'el).

(3274) Y`iysh [yeh-eesh']

from '`uwsh' (`uwsh); hasty; Jeish, the name of an Edomite and of a an Israelite:--Jeush (from the margin). Compare 'Y`uwsh' (Y`uwsh).

(3275) Ya`kan [yah-kawn']

from the same as '`Akan' (`Akan); troublesome; Jakan, an Israelite:--Jachan.

(3276) ya`al [yaw-al']

a primitive root; properly, to ascend; figuratively, to be valuable (objectively: useful, subjectively: benefited):--X at all, set forward, can do good, (be, have) profit, (able).

(3277) ya`el [yaw-ale']

from 'ya`al' (ya`al); an ibex (as climbing):--wild goat.

(3278) Ya`el [yaw-ale']

the same as 'ya`el' (ya`el); Jael, a Canaanite:--Jael.

(3279) Ya`ala' [yah-al-aw']

or Yaaalah {yah-al-aw'}; the same as 'ya`alah' (ya`alah) or direct from 'ya`al' (ya`al); Jaala or Jaalah, one of the Nethinim:--Jaala, Jaalah.

(3280) ya`alah [yah-al-aw']

feminine of 'ya`el' (ya`el):--roe.

(3281) Ya`lam [yah-lawm']

from '`alam' (`alam); occult; Jalam, an Edomite:--Jalam.

(3282) ya`an [yah'-an]

from an unused root meaning to pay attention; properly, heed; by implication, purpose (sake or account); used adverbially to indicate the reason or cause:--because (that), forasmuch (+ as), seeing then, + that, + wheras, + why.

(3283) ya`en [yaw-ane']

from the same as 'ya`an' (ya`an); the ostrich (probably from its answering cry:--ostrich.

(3284) ya`anah [yah-an-aw']

feminine of 'ya`en' (ya`en), and meaning the same:--+ owl.

(3285) Ya`anay [yah-an-ah'ee]

from the same as 'ya`en' (ya`en); responsive; Jaanai, an Israelite:--Jaanai.

(3286) ya`aph [yaw-af']

a primitive root; to tire (as if from wearisome flight):--faint, cause to fly, (be) weary (self).

(3287) ya`ph [yaw-afe';]

from 'ya`aph' (ya`aph); fatigued; figuratively, exhausted:--faint, weary.

(3288) yaph [yeh-awf']

from 'ya`aph' (ya`aph); fatigue (adverb, utterly exhausted): -swiftly.e

(3289) ya`ats [yaw-ats']

a primitive root; to advise; reflexively, to deliberate or resolve:--advertise, take advise, advise (well), consult, (give, take) counsel(-lor), determine, devise, guide, purpose.

(3290) Ya`aqob [yah-ak-obe']

from '`aqab' (`aqab); heel-catcher (i.e. supplanter); Jaakob, the Israelitish patriarch:--Jacob.

(3291) Ya`aqobah [yah-ak-o'-baw]

from 'Ya`aqob' (Ya`aqob); Jaakobah, an Israelite: -Jaakobah.

(3292) Ya`aqan [yah-ak-awn']

from the same as '`Aqan' (`Aqan); Jaakan, an Idumaean: -Jaakan. Compare 'Bney Ya`aqan' (Bney Ya`aqan).

(3293) ya`ar [yah'-ar]

from an unused root probably meaning to thicken with verdure; a copse of bushes; hence, a forest; hence, honey in the comb (as hived in trees):--(honey-)comb, forest, wood.

(3294) Ya`rah [yah-raw']

a form of 'ya`arah' (ya`arah); Jarah, an Israelite:--Jarah.

(3295) ya`arah [yah-ar-aw']

feminine of 'ya`ar' (ya`ar), and meaning the same:--(honey-) comb, forest.

(3296) Ya`arey 'Orgiym [yah-ar-ay' o-reg-eem']

from the plural of 'ya`ar' (ya`ar) and the masculine plural active participle of ''arag' ('arag); woods of weavers; Jaare-Oregim, an Israelite:--Jaare-oregim.

(3297) Y`ariym [yeh-aw-reem']

plural of 'ya`ar' (ya`ar); forests; Jearim, a place in Palestine:--Jearim. Compare 'Qiryath Y`ariym' (Qiryath Y`ariym).

(3298) Ya`areshyah [yah-ar-esh-yaw']

from an unused root of uncertain signification and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jaareshjah, an Israelite:--Jaresiah.

(3299) Ya`asuw [yah-as-oo']

from '`asah' (`asah); they will do; Jaasu, an Israelite: -Jaasau.

(3300) Ya`asiy'el [yah-as-ee-ale']

from '`asah' (`asah) and ''el' ('el); made of God; Jaasiel, an Israelite:--Jaasiel, Jasiel.

(3301) Yiphdyah [yif-deh-yaw']

from 'padah' (padah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will liberate; Jiphdejah, an Israelite:--Iphedeiah.

(3302) yaphah [yaw-faw']

a primitive root; properly, to be bright, i.e. (by implication) beautiful:--be beautiful, be (make self) fair(-r), deck.

(3303) yapheh [yaw-feh']

from 'yaphah' (yaphah); beautiful (literally or figuratively):--+ beautiful, beauty, comely, fair(-est, one), + goodly, pleasant, well.

(3304) ypheh-phiyah [yef-eh' fee-yaw']

from 'yaphah' (yaphah) by reduplication; very beautiful:--very fair.

(3305) Yapho [yaw-fo']

or Yaphow (Ezra 3:7) {yaw-fo'}; from 'yaphah' (yaphah); beautiful; Japho, a place in Palestine:--Japha, Joppa.

(3306) yaphach [yaw-fakh']

a primitive root; properly, to breathe hard, i.e. (by implication) to sigh:--bewail self.

(3307) yapheach [yaw-fay'-akh]

from 'yaphach' (yaphach); properly, puffing, i.e. (figuratively) meditating:--such as breathe out.

(3308) yophiy [yof-ee']

from 'yaphah' (yaphah); beauty:--beauty.

(3309) Yaphiya` [yaw-fee'-ah]

from 'yapha`' (yapha`); bright; Japhia, the name of a Canaanite, an Israelite, and a place in Palestine:--Japhia.

(3310) Yaphlet [yaf-late']

from 'palat' (palat); he will deliver; Japhlet, an Israelite:--Japhlet.

(3311) Yaphletiy [yaf-lay-tee']

patronymically from 'Yaphlet' (Yaphlet); a Japhletite or descendant of Japhlet:--Japhleti.

(3312) Yphunneh [yef-oon-neh']

from 'panah' (panah); he will be prepared; Jephunneh, the name of two Israelites:--Jephunneh.

(3313) yapha` [yaw-fah']

a primitive root; to shine:--be light, shew self, (cause to) shine (forth).

(3314) yiph`ah [yif-aw']

from 'yapha`' (yapha`); splendor or (figuratively) beauty: -brightness.

(3315) Yepheth [yeh'-feth]

from 'pathah' (pathah); expansion; Jepheth, a son of Noah; also his posterity:--Japheth.

(3316) Yiphtach [yif-tawkh']

from 'pathach' (pathach); he will open; Jiphtach, an Israelite; also a place in Palestine:--Jephthah, Jiphtah.

(3317) Yiphtach-'el [yif-tach-ale']

from 'pathach' (pathach) and ''el' ('el); God will open; Jiphtach-el, a place in Palestine:--Jiphthah-el.

(3318) yatsa' [yaw-tsaw']

a primitive root; to go (causatively, bring) out, in a great variety of applications, literally and figuratively, direct and proxim.:--X after, appear, X assuredly, bear out, X begotten, break out, bring forth (out, up), carry out, come (abroad, out, thereat, without), + be condemned, depart(-ing, -ure), draw forth, in the end, escape, exact, fail, fall (out), fetch forth (out), get away (forth, hence, out), (able to, cause to, let) go abroad (forth, on, out), going out, grow, have forth (out), issue out, lay (lie) out, lead out, pluck out, proceed, pull out, put away, be risen, X scarce, send with commandment, shoot forth, spread, spring out, stand out, X still, X surely, take forth (out), at any time, X to (and fro), utter.

(3319) ytsa' [yets-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yatsa'' (yatsa'):--finish.

(3320) yatsab [yaw-tsab']

a primitive root; to place (any thing so as to stay); reflexively, to station, offer, continue:--present selves, remaining, resort, set (selves), (be able to, can, with-) stand (fast, forth, -ing, still, up).

(3321) ytseb [yets-abe']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yatsab' (yatsab); to be firm; hence, to speak surely:--truth.

(3322) yatsag [yaw-tsag']

a primitive root; to place permanently:--establish, leave, make, present, put, set, stay.

(3323) yitshar [yits-hawr']

from 'tsahar' (tsahar); oil (as producing light); figuratively, anointing:--+ anointed oil.

(3324) Yitshar [yits-hawr']

the same as 'yitshar' (yitshar); Jitshar, an Israelite:--Izhar.

(3325) Yitshariy [yits-haw-ree']

patronymically from 'Yitshar' (Yitshar); a Jitsharite or descendant of Jitshar:--Izeharites, Izharites.

(3326) yatsuwa` [yaw-tsoo'-ah]

passive participle of 'yatsa`' (yatsa`); spread, i.e. a bed; (architecture) an extension, i.e. wing or lean-to (a single story or collectively): -bed, chamber, couch.

(3327) Yitschaq [yits-khawk']

from 'tsachaq' (tsachaq); laughter (i.e. mochery); Jitschak (or Isaac), son of Abraham:--Isaac. Compare 'Yischaq' (Yischaq).

(3328) Yitschar [yits-khar']

from the same as 'tsachar' (tsachar); he will shine; Jitschar, an Israelite:--and Zehoar (from the margin).

(3329) yatsiy' [yaw-tsee']

from 'yatsa'' (yatsa'); issue, i.e. offspring:--those that came forth.

(3330) yatstsiyb [yats-tseeb']

(Aramaic) from 'ytseb' (ytseb); fixed, sure; concretely, certainty:--certain(-ty), true, truth.

(3331) yatsa` [yaw-tsah']

a primitive root; to strew as a surface:--make (one's) bed, X lie, spread.

(3332) yatsaq [yaw-tsak']

a primitive root; properly, to pour out (transitive or intransitive); by implication, to melt or cast as metal; by extension, to place firmly, to stiffen or grow hard:--cast, cleave fast, be (as) firm, grow, be hard, lay out, molten, overflow, pour (out), run out, set down, stedfast.

(3333) ytsukah [yets-oo-kaw']

passive participle feminine of 'yatsaq' (yatsaq); poured out, i.e. run into a mould:--when it was cast.

(3334) yatsar [yaw-tsar']

a primitive root; to press (intransitive), i.e. be narrow; figuratively, be in distress:--be distressed, be narrow, be straitened (in straits), be vexed.

(3335) yatsar [yaw-tsar']

probably identical with 'yatsar' (yatsar) (through the squeezing into shape); ((compare 'yatsa`' (yatsa`))); to mould into a form; especially as a potter; figuratively, to determine (i.e. form a resolution):--X earthen, fashion, form, frame, make(-r), potter, purpose.

(3336) yetser [yay'-tser]

from 'yatsar' (yatsar); a form; figuratively, conception (i.e. purpose):--frame, thing framed, imagination, mind, work.

(3337) Yetser [yay-tser]

the same as 'yetser' (yetser); Jetser, an Israelite:--Jezer.

(3338) yatsur [yaw-tsoor']

passive participle of 'yatsar' (yatsar); structure, i.e. limb or part:--member.ql

(3339) Yitsriy [yits-ree']

from 'yatsar' (yatsar); formative; Jitsri, an Israelite: -Isri.

(3340) Yitsriy [yits-ree']

: patronymically from 'Yetser' (Yetser); a Jitsrite (collectively) or descendants of Jetser:--Jezerites.

(3341) yatsath [yaw-tsath']

a primitive root; to burn or set on fire; figuratively, to desolate:--burn (up), be desolate, set (on) fire ((fire)), kindle.

(3342) yeqeb [yeh'-keb]

from an unused root meaning to excavate; a trough (as dug out); specifically, a wine-vat (whether the lower one, into which the juice drains; or the upper, in which the grapes are crushed):--fats, presses, press-fat, wine(-press).

(3343) Yqabts'el [yek-ab-tseh-ale']

from 'qabats' (qabats) and ''el' ('el); God will gather; Jekabtseel, a place in Palestine:--Jekabzeel. Compare 'Qabts'el' (Qabts'el).

(3344) yaqad [yaw-kad']

a primitive root; to burn:--(be) burn(-ing), X from the hearth, kindle.

(3345) yqad [yek-ad']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yaqad' (yaqad):--burning.

(3346) yqeda' [yek-ay-daw']

(Aramaic) from 'yqad' (yqad); a conflagration: -burning.

(3347) Yoqd`am [yok-deh-awm']

from 'yaqad' (yaqad) and '`am' (`am); burning of (the) people; Jokdeam, a place in Palestine:--Jokdeam.

(3348) Yaqeh [yaw-keh']

from an unused root probably meaning to obey; obedient; Jakeh, a symbolical name (for Solomon):--Jakeh.

(3349) yiqqahah [yik-kaw-haw']

from the same as 'Yaqeh' (Yaqeh); obedience: -gathering, to obey.

(3350) yqowd [yek-ode']

from 'yaqad' (yaqad); a burning:--burning.

(3351) yquwm [yek-oom']

from 'quwm' (quwm); properly, standing (extant), i.e. by implication, a living thing:--(living) substance.

(3352) yaqowsh [yaw-koshe']

from 'yaqosh' (yaqosh); properly, entangling; hence, a snarer: -fowler.

(3353) yaquwsh [yaw-koosh']

passive participle of 'yaqosh' (yaqosh); properly, entangled, i.e. by implication (intransitively) a snare, or (transitive) a snarer:--fowler, snare.

(3354) Yquwthiy'el [yek-ooth-ee'-ale]

from the same as 'Yaqeh' (Yaqeh) and ''el' ('el); obedience of God; Jekuthiel, an Israelite:--Jekuthiel.

(3355) Yoqtan [yok-tawn']

from 'qaton' (qaton); he will be made little; Joktan, an Arabian patriarch:--Joktan.

(3356) Yaqiym [yaw-keem']

from 'quwm' (quwm); he will raise; Jakim, the name of two Israelites:--Jakim. Compare 'Yhowyaqiym' (Yhowyaqiym).

(3357) yaqqiyr [yak-keer']

from 'yaqar' (yaqar); precious:--dear.

(3358) yaqqiyr [yak-keer']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yaqqiyr' (yaqqiyr):--noble, rare.

(3359) Yqamyah [yek-am-yaw']

from 'quwm' (quwm) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will rise; Jekamjah, the name of two Israelites:--Jekamiah. Compare 'Yhowyaqiym' (Yhowyaqiym).

(3360) Yqam`am [yek-am'-awm]

from 'quwm' (quwm) and '`am' (`am); (the) people will rise; Jekamam, an Israelite:--Jekameam. Compare 'Yhowyaqiym' (Yhowyaqiym), 'Yoqm`am' (Yoqm`am).

(3361) Yoqm`am [yok-meh-awm']

from 'quwm' (quwm) and '`am' (`am); (the) people will be raised; Jokmeam, a place in Palestine:--Jokmeam. Compare 'Yqam`am' (Yqam`am), 'Yoqn`am' (Yoqn`am).

(3362) Yoqn`am [yok-neh-awm']

from 'quwn' (quwn) and '`am' (`am); (the) people will be lamented; Jokneam, a place in Palestine:--Jokneam.

(3363) yaqa` [yaw-kah']

a primitive root; properly, to sever oneself, i.e. (by implication) to be dislocated; figuratively, to abandon; causatively, to impale (and thus allow to drop to pieces by rotting):--be alienated, depart, hang (up), be out of joint.

(3364) yaqats [yaw-kats']

a primitive root; to awake (intransitive):--(be) awake(-d).

(3365) yaqar [yaw-kar']

a primitive root; properly, apparently, to be heavy, i.e. (figuratively) valuable; causatively, to make rare (figuratively, to inhibit):--be (make) precious, be prized, be set by, withdraw.

(3366) yqar [yek-awr']

from 'yaqar' (yaqar); value, i.e. (concretely) wealth; abstractly, costliness, dignity:--honour, precious (things), price.

(3367) yqar [yek-awr']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yqar' (yqar):--glory, honour.

(3368) yaqar [yaw-kawr']

from 'yaqar' (yaqar); valuable (obj. or subj.): -brightness, clear, costly, excellent, fat, honourable women, precious, reputation.

(3369) yaqosh [yaw-koshe']

a primitive root; to ensnare (literally or figuratively):--fowler (lay a) snare.

(3370) Yoqshan [yok-shawn']

from 'yaqosh' (yaqosh); insidious; Jokshan, an Arabian patriarch:--Jokshan.

(3371) Yoqth'el [yok-theh-ale']

probably from the same as 'Yaqeh' (Yaqeh) and ''el' ('el); veneration of God (compare 'Yquwthiy'el' (Yquwthiy'el)); Joktheel, the name of a place in Palestine, and of one in Idumaea:--Joktheel.