Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


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(3372) yare' [yaw-ray']

a primitive root; to fear; morally, to revere; caus. to frighten:--affright, be (make) afraid, dread(-ful), (put in) fear(-ful, -fully, -ing), (be had in) reverence(-end), X see, terrible (act, -ness, thing).

(3373) yare' [yaw-ray']

from 'yare'' (yare'); fearing; morally, reverent:--afraid, fear (-ful).

(3374) yir'ah [yir-aw']

feminine of 'yare'' (yare'); fear (also used as infinitive); morally, reverence:--X dreadful, X exceedingly, fear(-fulness).

(3375) Yirown [yir-ohn']

from 'yare'' (yare'); fearfulness; Jiron, a place in Pal: -Iron.

(3376) Yir'iyayh [yir-ee-yaw']

from 'yare'' (yare') and 'Yahh' (Yahh); fearful of Jah; Jirijah, an Israelite:--Irijah.

(3377) Yareb [yaw-rabe']

from 'riyb' (riyb); he will contend; Jareb, a symbolical name for Assyria:--Jareb. Compare 'Yariyb' (Yariyb).

(3378) Yrubba`al [yer-oob-bah'-al]

from 'riyb' (riyb) and 'Ba`al' (Ba`al); Baal will contend; Jerubbaal, a symbol. name of Gideon:--Jerubbaal.

(3379) Yarob`am [yaw-rob-awm']

from 'riyb' (riyb) and '`am' (`am); (the) people will contend; Jarobam, the name of two Israelite kings:--Jeroboam.

(3380) Yrubbesheth [yer-oob-beh'-sheth]

from 'riyb' (riyb) and 'bosheth' (bosheth); shame (i.e. the idol) will contend; Jerubbesheth, a symbol. name for Gideon: -Jerubbesheth.

(3381) yarad [yaw-rad']

a primitive root; to descend (literally, to go downwards; or conventionally to a lower region, as the shore, a boundary, the enemy, etc.; or figuratively, to fall); causatively, to bring down (in all the above applications); -X abundantly, bring down, carry down, cast down, (cause to) come(-ing) down, fall (down), get down, go(-ing) down(-ward), hang down, X indeed, let down, light (down), put down (off), (cause to, let) run down, sink, subdue, take down.

(3382) Yered [yeh'-red]

from 'yarad' (yarad); a descent; Jered, the name of an antediluvian, and of an Israelite:--Jared.

(3383) Yarden [yar-dane']

from 'yarad' (yarad); a descender; Jarden, the principal river of Palestine:--Jordan.

(3384) yarah [yaw-raw']

or (2 Chr. 26:15) yara; {yaw-raw'}; a primitive root; properly, to flow as water (i.e. to rain); transitively, to lay or throw (especially an arrow, i.e. to shoot); figuratively, to point out (as if by aiming the finger), to teach:--(+) archer, cast, direct, inform, instruct, lay, shew, shoot, teach(-er,-ing), through.

(3385) Yruw'el [yer-oo-ale']

from 'yarah' (yarah) and ''el' ('el); founded of God; Jeruel, a place in Palestine:--Jeruel.

(3386) Yarowach [yaw-ro'-akh]

perhaps denominative from 'yareach' (yareach); (born at the) new moon; Jaroach, an Israelite:--Jaroah.

(3387) yarowq [yaw-roke']

from 'yaraq' (yaraq); green, i.e. an herb:--green thing.

(3388) Yruwsha' [yer-oo-shaw']

or Yaruwshah {yer-oo-shaw'} feminine passive participle of 'yarash' (yarash); possessed; Jerusha or Jerushah, as Israelitess:--Jerusha, Jerushah.

(3389) Yruwshalaim [yer-oo-shaw-lah'-im]

rarely Yruwshalayim {yer-oo- shaw-lah'-yim}; a dual (in allusion to its two main hills (the true pointing, at least of the former reading, seems to be that of 'Yruwshalem' (Yruwshalem))); probably from (the passive participle of) 'yarah' (yarah) and 'shalam' (shalam); founded peaceful; Jerushalaim or Jerushalem, the capital city of Palestine:--Jerusalem.

(3390) Yruwshalem [yer-oo-shaw-lame']


(3391) yerach [yeh'-rakh]

from a unused root of uncertain signification; a lunation, i.e. month:--month, moon.

(3392) Yerach [yeh'-rakh]

the same as 'yerach' (yerach); Jerach, an Arabian patriarch:--Jerah.

(3393) yrach [yeh-rakh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yerach' (yerach); a month:--month.

(3394) yareach [yaw-ray'-akh]

from the same as 'yerach' (yerach); the moon:--moon. Yrechow. See 'Yriychow' (Yriychow).

(3395) Yrocham [yer-o-khawm']

from 'racham' (racham); compassionate; Jerocham, the name of seven or eight Israelites:--Jeroham.

(3396) Yrachm'el [yer-akh-meh-ale']

from 'racham' (racham) and ''el' ('el); God will compassionate; Jerachmeel, the name of three Israelites:--Jerahmeel.

(3397) Yrachm'eliy [yer-akh-meh-ay-lee']

patronymically from 'Yrachm'el' (Yrachm'el); a Jerachmeelite or descendant of Jerachmeel:--Jerahmeelites.

(3398) Yarcha` [yar-khaw']

probably of Egyptian origin; Jarcha, an Egyptian:--Jarha.

(3399) yarat [yaw-rat']

a primitive root; to precipitate or hurl (rush) headlong; (intransitively) to be rash:--be perverse, turn over.

(3400) Yriy'el [yer-ee-ale']

from 'yarah' (yarah) and ''el' ('el); thrown of God; Jeriel, an Israelite:--Jeriel. Compare 'Yruw'el' (Yruw'el).

(3401) yariyb [yaw-rebe']

from 'riyb' (riyb); literally, he will contend; properly, adjective, contentious; used as noun, an adversary:--that content(-eth), that strive.

(3402) Yariyb [yaw-rebe']

the same as 'yariyb' (yariyb); Jarib, the name of three Israelites:--Jarib.

(3403) Yriybay [yer-eeb-ah'ee]

from 'yariyb' (yariyb); contentious; Jeribai, an Israelite:--Jeribai.

(3404) Yriyah [yer-ee-yaw']

or Yriyahuw {yer-ee-yaw'-hoo}; from 'yarah' (yarah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will throw; Jerijah, an Israelite:--Jeriah, Jerijah.

(3405) Yriychow [yer-ee-kho']

or Yrechow {yer-ay-kho'}; or variation (1 Kings 16:34) Yriychoh {yer-ee-kho'}; perhaps from 'yareach' (yareach); its month; or else from 'ruwach' (ruwach); fragrant; Jericho or Jerecho, a place in Palestine:--Jericho.

(3406) Yriymowth [yer-ee-mohth']

or Yreymowth {yer-ay-mohth'}; or Yremowth {yer-ay-mohth'}; feminine plural from 'ruwm' (ruwm); elevations; Jerimoth or Jeremoth, the name of twelve Israelites:--Jermoth, Jerimoth, and Ramoth (from the margin).

(3407) yriy`ah [yer-ee-aw']

from 'yara`' (yara`); a hanging (as tremulous):--curtain.

(3408) Yriy`owth [yer-ee-ohth']

plural of 'yriy`ah' (yriy`ah); curtains; Jerioth, an Israelitess:--Jerioth.

(3409) yarek [yaw-rake']

from an unused root meaning to be soft; the thigh (from its fleshy softness); by euphem. the generative parts; figuratively, a shank, flank, side:--X body, loins, shaft, side, thigh.

(3410) yarka' [yar-kaw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'yrekah' (yrekah); a thigh:--thigh.

(3411) yrekah [yer-ay-kaw']

feminine of 'yarek' (yarek); properly, the flank; but used only figuratively, the rear or recess:--border, coast, part, quarter, side.

(3412) Yarmuwth [yar-mooth']

from 'ruwm' (ruwm); elevation; Jarmuth, the name of two places in Palestine:--Jarmuth.

(3413) Yremay [yer-ay-mah'-ee]

from 'ruwm' (ruwm); elevated; Jeremai, an Israelite: -Jeremai.

(3414) Yirmyah [yir-meh-yaw']

or Yirmyahuw {yir-meh-yaw'-hoo}; from 'ruwm' (ruwm) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will rise; Jirmejah, the name of eight or nine Israelites:--Jeremiah.

(3415) yara` [yaw-rah']

a primitive root; properly, to be broken up (with any violent action) i.e. (figuratively) to fear:--be grevious (only Isa. 15:4; the rest belong to 'ra`a`' (ra`a`)).

(3416) Yirp'el [yir-peh-ale']

from 'rapha'' (rapha') and ''el' ('el); God will heal; Jirpeel, a place in Palestine:--Irpeel.

(3417) yaraq [yaw-rak']

a primitive root; to spit:--X but, spit.

(3418) yereq [yeh'-rek]

from 'yaraq' (yaraq) (in the sense of vacuity of color); properly, pallor, i.e. hence, the yellowish green of young and sickly vegetation; concretely, verdure, i.e. grass or vegetation:--grass, green (thing).

(3419) yaraq [yaw-rawk']

from the same as 'yereq' (yereq); properly, green; concretely, a vegetable:--green, herbs.

(3420) yeraqown [yay-raw-kone']

from 'yereq' (yereq); paleness, whether of persons (from fright), or of plants (from drought):--greenish, yellow.

(3421) Yorq`am [yor-keh-awm']

from 'ruwq' (ruwq) and '`am' (`am); people will be poured forth; Jorkeam, a place in Palestine:--Jorkeam.

(3422) yraqraq [yer-ak-rak']

from the same as 'yereq' (yereq); yellowishness: -greenish, yellow.

(3423) yarash [yaw-rash']

or yaresh {yaw-raysh'}; a primitive root; to occupy (by driving out previous tenants, and possessing in their place); by implication, to seize, to rob, to inherit; also to expel, to impoverish, to ruin:--cast out, consume, destroy, disinherit, dispossess, drive(-ing) out, enjoy, expel, X without fail, (give to, leave for) inherit(-ance, -or) + magistrate, be (make) poor, come to poverty, (give to, make to) possess, get (have) in (take) possession, seize upon, succeed, X utterly.

(3424) yreshah [yer-ay-shaw']

from 'yarash' (yarash); occupancy:--possession.

(3425) yrushah [yer-oosh-shaw']

from 'yarash' (yarash); something occupied; a conquest; also a patrimony:--heritage, inheritance, possession.

(3426) yesh [yaysh]

perhaps from an unused root meaning to stand out, or exist; entity; used adverbially or as a copula for the substantive verb (1961); there is or are (or any other form of the verb to be, as may suit the connection):--(there) are, (he, it, shall, there, there may, there shall, there should) be, thou do, had, hast, (which) hath, (I, shalt, that) have, (he, it, there) is, substance, it (there) was, (there) were, ye will, thou wilt, wouldest.

(3427) yashab [yaw-shab']

a primitive root; properly, to sit down (specifically as judge. in ambush, in quiet); by implication, to dwell, to remain; causatively, to settle, to marry:--(make to) abide(-ing), continue, (cause to, make to) dwell(-ing), ease self, endure, establish, X fail, habitation, haunt, (make to) inhabit(-ant), make to keep (house), lurking, X marry(-ing), (bring again to) place, remain, return, seat, set(- tle), (down-)sit(-down, still, -ting down, -ting (place) -uate), take, tarry.

(3428) Yesheb'ab [yeh-sheb-awb']

from 'yashab' (yashab) and ''ab' ('ab); seat of (his) father; Jeshebab, an Israelite:--Jeshebeab.

(3429) Yosheb bash-Shebeth [yo-shabe' bash-sheh'-beth]

from the active participle of 'yashab' (yashab) and 'shebeth' (shebeth), with a preposition and the article interposed; sitting in the seat; Josheb-bash-Shebeth, an Israelite:--that sat in the seat.

(3430) Yishbow b-Nob [yish-bo'beh-nobe]

from 'yashab' (yashab) and 'Nob' (Nob), with a pronominal suffix and a preposition interposed; his dwelling (is) in Nob; Jishbo-be-Nob, a Philistine:--Ishbi-benob (from the margin).

(3431) Yishbach [yish-bakh']

from 'shabach' (shabach); he will praise; Jishbach, an Israelite:--Ishbah.

(3432) Yashubiy [yaw-shoo-bee']

patronymically from 'Yashuwb' (Yashuwb); a Jashubite, or descendant of Jashub:--Jashubites.

(3433) Yashubiy Lechem [yaw-shoo-bee' leh'-khem]

from 'shuwb' (shuwb) and 'lechem' (lechem); returner of bread; Jashubi-Lechem, an Israelite:--Jashubi-lehem. (Prob. the text should be pointed Yoshbev Lechem {yo-sheh-bay' leh'-khem}, and rendered "(they were) inhabitants of Lechem," i.e. of Bethlehem (by contraction). Compare 'Lachmiy' (Lachmiy)).

(3434) Yashob`am [yaw-shob-awm']

from 'shuwb' (shuwb) and '`am' (`am); people will return; Jashobam, the name of two or three Israelites:--Jashobeam.

(3435) Yishbaq [yish-bawk']

from an unused root corresponding to 'shbaq' (shbaq); he will leave; Jishbak, a son of Abraham:--Ishbak.

(3436) Yoshbqashah [yosh-bek-aw-shaw']

from 'yashab' (yashab) and 'qasheh' (qasheh); a hard seat; Joshbekashah, an Israelite:--Joshbekashah.

(3437) Yashuwb [yaw-shoob']

or Yashiyb {yaw-sheeb'}; from 'shuwb' (shuwb); he will return; Jashub, the name of two Israelites:--Jashub.

(3438) Yishvah [yish-vaw']

from 'shavah' (shavah); he will level; Jishvah, an Israelite: -Ishvah, Isvah.

(3439) Yshowchayah [yesh-o-khaw-yaw']

from the same as 'yeshach' (yeshach) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will empty; Jeshochajah, an Israelite:--Jeshoaiah.

(3440) Yishviy [yish-vee']

from 'shavah' (shavah); level; Jishvi, the name of two Israelites:--Ishuai, Ishvi, Isui, Jesui.

(3441) Yishviy [yish-vee']

patronymically from 'Yishviy' (Yishviy); a Jishvite (collectively) or descendants of Jishvi:--Jesuites.

(3442) Yeshuwa` [yay-shoo'-ah]

for 'Yhowshuwa`' (Yhowshuwa`); he will save; Jeshua, the name of ten Israelites, also of a place in Palestine:--Jeshua.

(3443) Yeshuwa` [yay-shoo'-ah]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Yeshuwa`' (Yeshuwa`):--Jeshua.

(3444) yshuw`ah [yesh-oo'-aw]

feminine passive participle of 'yasha`' (yasha`); something saved, i.e. (abstractly) deliverance; hence, aid, victory, prosperity:--deliverance, health, help(-ing), salvation, save, saving (health), welfare.

(3445) yeshach [yeh'-shakh]

from an unused root meaning to gape (as the empty stomach); hunger:--casting down.

(3446) Yischaq [yis-khawk']

from 'Shachatsowm' (Shachatsowm); he will laugh; Jischak, the heir of Abraham:--Isaac. Compare 'Yitschaq' (Yitschaq).

(3447) yashat [yaw-shat']

a primitive root; to extend:--hold out.

(3448) Yishay [yee-shah'-ee]

by Aramaic Iyshay {ee-shah'-ee}; from the same as 'yesh' (yesh); extant; Jishai, David's father:--Jesse.

(3449) Yishshiyah [yish-shee-yaw']

or Yishshiyahuw {yish-shee-yaw'-hoo}; from 'nashah' (nashah) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will lend; Jishshijah, the name of five Israelites:--Ishiah, Isshiah, Ishijah, Jesiah.

(3450) Ysiyma'el [yes-eem-aw-ale']

from 'suwm' (suwm) and ''el' ('el); God will place; Jesimael, an Israelite:--Jesimael.

(3451) yshiymah [yesh-ee-maw']

from 'yasham' (yasham); desolation:--let death seize (from the margin).

(3452) yshiymown [yesh-ee-mone']

from 'yasham' (yasham); a desolation:--desert, Jeshimon, solitary, wilderness.

(3453) yashiysh [yaw-sheesh']

from 'yashesh' (yashesh); an old man:--(very) aged (man), ancient, very old.

(3454) Yshiyshay [yesh-ee-shah'-ee]

from 'yashiysh' (yashiysh); aged; Jeshishai, an Israelite:--Jeshishai.

(3455) yasam [yaw-sam']

a prim root; to place; intransitively, to be placed:--be put (set).

(3456) yasham [yaw-sham']

a primitive root; to lie waste:--be desolate.

(3457) Yishma' [yish-maw']

from 'yasham' (yasham); desolate; Jishma, an Israelite: -Ishma.

(3458) Yishma`e'l [yish-maw-ale']

from 'shama`' (shama`) and ''el' ('el); God will hear; Jishmael, the name of Abraham's oldest son, and of five Israelites:--Ishmael.

(3459) Yishma`e'liy [yish-maw-ay-lee']

patronymically from 'Yishma`e'l' (Yishma`e'l); a Jishmaelite or descendant of Jishmael:--Ishmaelite.

(3460) Yishma`yah [yish-mah-yaw']

or Yishmacyahuw {yish-mah-yaw'-hoo}; from 'shama`' (shama`) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah will hear; Jishmajah, the name of two Israelites:--Ishmaiah.

(3461) Yishmray [yish-mer-ah'-ee]

from 'shamar' (shamar); preservative; Jishmerai, an Israelite:--Ishmerai.

(3462) yashen [yaw-shane']

a primitive root; properly, to be slack or languid, i.e. (by implication) sleep (figuratively, to die); also to grow old, stale or inveterate: -old (store), remain long, (make to) sleep.

(3463) yashen [yaw-shane']

from 'yashen' (yashen); sleepy:--asleep, (one out of) sleep(-eth, -ing), slept.

(3464) Yashen [yaw-shane']

the same as 'yashen' (yashen); Jashen, an Israelite:--Jashen.

(3465) yashan [yaw-shawn']

from 'yashen' (yashen); old:--old.

(3466) Yshanah [yesh-aw-naw']

feminine of 'yashan' (yashan); Jeshanah, a place in Palestine:--Jeshanah.

(3467) yasha` [yaw-shah']

a primitive root; properly, to be open, wide or free, i.e. (by implication) to be safe; causatively, to free or succor:--X at all, avenging, defend, deliver(-er), help, preserve, rescue, be safe, bring (having) salvation, save(-iour), get victory.

(3468) yesha` [yeh'-shah]

or yeshai {yay'-shah}; from 'yasha`' (yasha`); liberty, deliverance, prosperity:--safety, salvation, saving.

(3469) Yish`iy [yish-ee']

from 'yasha`' (yasha`); saving; Jishi, the name of four Israelites:--Ishi.

(3470) Ysha`yah [yesh-ah-yaw']

or Yshayahuw {yesh-ah-yaw'-hoo}; from 'yasha`' (yasha`) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has saved; Jeshajah, the name of seven Israelites:--Isaiah, Jesaiah, Jeshaiah.

(3471) yashpheh [yaw-shef-ay']

from an unused root meaning to polish; a gem supposed to be jasper (from the resemblance in name):--jasper.

(3472) Yishpah [yish-paw']

perhaps from 'shaphah' (shaphah); he will scratch; Jishpah, an Israelite:--Ispah.