Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(3611) keleb [keh'-leb]

from an unused root means. to yelp, or else to attack; a dog; hence (by euphemism) a male prostitute:--dog.

(3612) Kaleb [kaw-labe']

perhaps a form of 'keleb' (keleb), or else from the same root in the sense of forcible; Caleb, the name of three Israelites:--Caleb.

(3613) Kaleb 'Ephrathah [kaw-labe' ef-raw'-thaw]

from 'Kaleb' (Kaleb) and ''Ephraath' ('Ephraath); Caleb- Ephrathah, a place in Egypt (if the text is correct):--Caleb-ephrathah.

(3614) Kalibbow [kaw-lib-bo']

probably by erroneous transcription for Kalebiy {kaw-lay-bee'}; patronymically from 'Kaleb' (Kaleb); a Calebite or descendant of Caleb:--of the house of Caleb.

(3615) kalah [kaw-law']

a primitive root; to end, whether intransitive (to cease, be finished, perish) or transitived (to complete, prepare, consume):--accomplish, cease, consume (away), determine, destroy (utterly), be (when ... were) done, (be an) end (of), expire, (cause to) fail, faint, finish, fulfil, X fully, X have, leave (off), long, bring to pass, wholly reap, make clean riddance, spend, quite take away, waste.

(3616) kaleh [kaw-leh']

from 'kalah' (kalah); pining:--fail.

(3617) kalah [kaw-law']

from 'kalah' (kalah); a completion; adverb, completely; also destruction:--altogether, (be, utterly) consume(-d), consummation(-ption), was determined, (full, utter) end, riddance.

(3618) kallah [kal-law']

from 'kalal' (kalal); a bride (as if perfect); hence, a son's wife:--bride, daughter-in-law, spouse.

(3619) klub [kel-oob']

from the same as 'keleb' (keleb); a bird-trap (as furnished with a clap-stick or treadle to spring it); hence, a basket (as resembling a wicker cage):--basket, cage.

(3620) Kluwb [kel-oob']

the same as 'klub' (klub); Kelub, the name of two Israelites:--Chelub.

(3621) Kluwbay [kel-oo-bay'-ee]

a form of 'Kaleb' (Kaleb); Kelubai, an Israelite: -Chelubai.

(3622) Kluwhay [kel-oo-hah'-ee]

from 'kalah' (kalah); completed; Keluhai, an Israelite:--Chelluh.

(3623) kluwlah [kel-oo-law']

denominative passive participle from 'kallah' (kallah); bridehood (only in the plural):--espousal.

(3624) kelach [keh'-lakh]

from an unused root meaning to be complete; maturity:--full (old) age.

(3625) Kelach [keh'-lakh]

the same as 'kelach' (kelach); Kelach, a place in Assyria: -Calah.

(3626) Kol-Chozeh [kol-kho-zeh']

from 'kol' (kol) and 'chozeh' (chozeh); every seer; Col- Chozeh, an Israelite:--Col-hozeh.

(3627) kliy [kel-ee']

from 'kalah' (kalah); something prepared, i.e. any apparatus (as an implement, utensil, dress, vessel or weapon):--armour ((-bearer)), artillery, bag, carriage, + furnish, furniture, instrument, jewel, that is made of, X one from another, that which pertaineth, pot, + psaltery, sack, stuff, thing, tool, vessel, ware, weapon, + whatsoever.

(3628) kliy' [kel-ee']

or kluw1 {kel-oo'}; from 'kala'' (kala') (compare 'kele'' (kele')); a prison:--prison.

(3629) kilyah [kil-yaw']

feminine of 'kliy' (kliy) (only in the plural); a kidney (as an essential organ); figuratively, the mind (as the interior self):--kidneys, reins.

(3630) Kilyown [kil-yone']

a form of 'killayown' (killayown); Kiljon, an Israelite:--Chilion.

(3631) killayown [kil-law-yone']

from 'kalah' (kalah); pining, destruction: -consumption, failing.

(3632) kaliyl [kaw-leel']

from 'kalal' (kalal); complete; as noun, the whole (specifically, a sacrifice entirely consumed); as adverb, fully:--all, every whit, flame, perfect(-ion), utterly, whole burnt offering (sacrifice), wholly.

(3633) Kalkol [kal-kole']

from 'kuwl' (kuwl); sustenance; Calcol, an Israelite:--Calcol, Chalcol.

(3634) kalal [kaw-lal']

a primitive root; to complete:--(make) perfect.

(3635) klal [kel-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kalal' (kalal); to complete:--finish, make (set) up.

(3636) Klal [kel-awl']

from 'kalal' (kalal); complete; Kelal, an Israelite:--Chelal.

(3637) kalam [kaw-lawm']

a primitive root; properly, to wound; but only figuratively, to taunt or insult:--be (make) ashamed, blush, be confounded, be put to confusion, hurt, reproach, (do, put to) shame.

(3638) Kilmad [kil-mawd']

of foreign derivation; Kilmad, a place apparently in the Assyrian empire:--Chilmad.

(3639) klimmah [kel-im-maw']

from 'kalam' (kalam); disgrace:--confusion, dishonour, reproach, shame.

(3640) klimmuwth [kel-im-mooth']

from 'klimmah' (klimmah); disgrace:--shame.

(3641) Kalneh [kal-neh']

or Kalneh {kal-nay'}; also Kalnow {kal-no'}; of foreign derivation; Calneh or Calno, a place in the Assyrian empire:-- Calneh, Calno. Compare 'Kanneh' (Kanneh).

(3642) kamahh [kaw-mah]

a primitive root; to pine after:--long.

(3643) Kimham [kim-hawm']

from 'kamahh' (kamahh); pining; Kimham, an Israelite:--Chimham.

(3644) kmow [kem-o']

or kamow {kaw-mo'}; a form of the prefix "k-", but used separately (compare 'ken' (ken)); as, thus, so:--according to, (such) as (it were, well as), in comparison of, like (as, to, unto), thus, when, worth.

(3645) Kmowsh [kem-oshe']

or (Jer. 48:7) Kmiysh {kem-eesh'}; from an unused root meaning to subdue; the powerful; Kemosh, the god of the Moabites:--Chemosh.

(3646) kammon [kam-mone']

from an unused root meaning to store up or preserve; "cummin" (from its use as a condiment):--cummin.

(3647) kamac [kaw-mas']

a primitive root; to store away, i.e. (figuratively) in the memory:--lay up in store.

(3648) kamar [kaw-mar']

a primitive root; properly, to intertwine or contract, i.e. (by implication) to shrivel (as with heat); figuratively, to be deeply affected with passion (love or pity):--be black, be kindled, yearn.

(3649) kamar [kaw-mawr']

from 'kamar' (kamar); properly, an ascetic (as if shrunk with self-maceration), i.e. an idolatrous priest (only in plural):--Chemarims (idolatrous) priests.

(3650) kimriyr [kim-reer']

redupl. from 'kamar' (kamar); obscuration (as if from shrinkage of light, i.e. an eclipse (only in plural):--blackness.

(3651) ken [kane]

from 'kuwn' (kuwn); properly, set upright; hence (figuratively as adjective) just; but usually (as adverb or conjunction) rightly or so (in various applications to manner, time and relation; often with other particles):--+ after that (this, -ward, -wards), as ... as, + (for-)asmuch as yet, + be (for which) cause, + following, howbeit, in (the) like (manner, -wise), X the more, right, (even) so, state, straightway, such (thing), surely, + there (where)-fore, this, thus, true, well, X you.

(3652) ken [kane]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'ken' (ken); so:--thus.

(3653) ken [kane]

the same as 'ken' (ken), used as a noun; a stand, i.e. pedestal or station:--base, estate, foot, office, place, well.

(3654) ken [kane]

from 'kanan' (kanan) in the sense of fastening; a gnat (from infixing its sting; used only in plural (and irreg. in Exod. 8:17,18; Heb. 13:14)):--lice, X manner.

(3655) kanah [kaw-naw']

a primitive root; to address by an additional name; hence, to eulogize:--give flattering titles, surname (himself).

(3656) Kanneh [kan-neh']

for 'Kalneh' (Kalneh); Canneh, a place in Assyria:--Canneh.

(3657) kannah [kaw-naw']

from 'kanan' (kanan); a plant (as set):--X vineyard.

(3658) kinnowr [kin-nore']

from a unused root meaning to twang; a harp: -harp.

(3659) Konyahuw [kon-yaw'-hoo]

for 'Ykonyah' (Ykonyah); Conjah, an Israelite king:--Coniah.

(3660) knema' [ken-ay-maw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kmow' (kmow); so or thus:--so, (in) this manner (sort), thus.

(3661) kanan [kaw-nan']

a primitive root; to set out, i.e. plant:--X vineyard.

(3662) Knaniy [ken-aw-nee']

from 'kanan' (kanan); planted; Kenani, an Israelite: -Chenani.

(3663) Knanyah [ken-an-yaw']

or Knanyahuw {ken-an-yaw'-hoo}; from 'kanan' (kanan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has planted; Kenanjah, an Israelite:--Chenaniah.

(3664) kanac [kaw-nas']

a primitive root; to collect; hence, to enfold: -gather (together), heap up, wrap self.

(3665) kana` [kaw-nah']

a primitive root; properly, to bend the knee; hence, to humiliate, vanquish:--bring down (low), into subjection, under, humble (self), subdue.

(3666) kin`ah [kin-aw']

from 'kana`' (kana`) in the sense of folding (compare 'kanac' (kanac)); a package:--wares.

(3667) Kna`an [ken-ah'-an]

from 'kana`' (kana`); humiliated; Kenaan, a son a Ham; also the country inhabited by him:--Canaan, merchant, traffick.

(3668) Kna`anah [ken-ah-an-aw']

feminine of 'Kna`an' (Kna`an); Kenaanah, the name of two Israelites:--Chenaanah.

(3669) Kna`aniy [ken-ah-an-ee']

patrial from 'Kna`an' (Kna`an); a Kenaanite or inhabitant of Kenaan; by implication, a pedlar (the Canaanites standing for their neighbors the Ishmaelites, who conducted mercantile caravans):--Canaanite, merchant, trafficker.

(3670) kanaph [kaw-naf']

a primitive root; properly, to project laterally, i.e. probably (reflexive) to withdraw:--be removed.

(3671) kanaph [kaw-nawf']

from 'kanaph' (kanaph); an edge or extremity; specifically (of a bird or army) a wing, (of a garment or bed-clothing) a flap, (of the earth) a quarter, (of a building) a pinnacle:--+ bird, border, corner, end, feather(-ed), X flying, + (one an-)other, overspreading, X quarters, skirt, X sort, uttermost part, wing((-ed)).

(3672) Kinnrowth [kin-ner-oth']

or Kinnereth {kin-neh'-reth}; respectively plural and singular feminine from the same as 'kinnowr' (kinnowr); perhaps harp-shaped; Kinneroth or Kinnereth, a place in Palestine:--Chinnereth, Chinneroth, Cinneroth.

(3673) kanash [kaw-nash']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'kanac' (kanac); to assemble:--gather together.

(3674) knath [ken-awth']

from 'kanah' (kanah); a colleague (as having the same title):--companion.

(3675) knath [ken-awth']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'knath' (knath):--companion.

(3676) kec [kace]

apparently a contraction for 'kicce'' (kicce'), but probably by erroneous transcription for 'nec' (nec):--sworn.

(3677) kece' [keh'-seh]

or keceh {keh'-seh}; apparently from 'kacah' (kacah); properly, fulness or the full moon, i.e. its festival:--(time) appointed.

(3678) kicce' [kis-say']

or kicceh {kis-say'}; from 'kacah' (kacah); properly, covered, i.e. a throne (as canopied):--seat, stool, throne.

(3679) Kacday [kas-dah'-ee]

for 'Kasdiy' (Kasdiy):--Chaldean.

(3680) kacah [kaw-saw']

a primitive root; properly, to plump, i.e. fill up hollows; by implication, to cover (for clothing or secrecy):--clad self, close, clothe, conceal, cover (self), (flee to) hide, overwhelm. Compare 'kasah' (kasah).

(3681) kacuwy [kaw-soo'-ee]

passive participle of 'kacah' (kacah); properly, covered, i.e. (as noun) a covering:--covering.

(3682) kcuwth [kes-ooth']

from 'kacah' (kacah); a cover (garment); figuratively, a veiling:--covering, raiment, vesture.

(3683) kacach [kaw-sakh']

a primitive root; to cut off:--cut down (up).

(3684) kciyl [kes-eel']

from 'kacal' (kacal); properly, fat, i.e. (figuratively) stupid or silly:--fool(-ish).

(3685) Kciyl [kes-eel']

the same as 'kciyl' (kciyl); any notable constellation; specifically Orion (as if a burly one):--constellation, Orion.

(3686) Kciyl [kes-eel']

the same as 'kciyl' (kciyl); Kesil, a place in Palestine: -Chesil.

(3687) kciyluwth [kes-eel-ooth']

from 'kciyl' (kciyl); silliness:--foolish.

(3688) kacal [kaw-sal']

a primitive root; properly, to be fat, i.e. (figuratively) silly:--be foolish.

(3689) kecel [keh'-sel]

from 'kacal' (kacal); properly, fatness, i.e. by implication (literally) the loin (as the seat of the leaf fat) or (generally) the viscera; also (figuratively) silliness or (in a good sense) trust:--confidence, flank, folly, hope, loin.

(3690) kiclah [kis-law']

feminine of 'kecel' (kecel); in a good sense, trust; in a bad one, silliness:--confidence, folly.

(3691) Kiclev [kis-lave']

probably of foreign origin; Kisleu, the 9th Heb. month:--Chisleu.

(3692) Kiclown [kis-lone']

from 'kacal' (kacal); hopeful; Kislon, an Israelite:--Chislon.

(3693) Kcalown [kes-aw-lone']

from 'kacal' (kacal); fertile; Kesalon, a place in Palestine:--Chesalon.

(3694) Kcullowth [kes-ool-loth']

feminine plural of passive participle of 'kacal' (kacal); fattened; Kesulloth, a place in Palestine:--Chesulloth.

(3695) Kacluchiym [kas-loo'-kheem]

a plural probably of foreign derivation; Casluchim, a people cognate to the Egyptians:--Casluhim.

(3696) Kicloth Tabor [kis-loth' taw-bore']

from the feminine plural of 'kecel' (kecel) and 'Tabowr' (Tabowr); flanks of Tabor; Kisloth-Tabor, a place in Palestine:--Chisloth- tabor.

(3697) kacam [kaw-sam']

a primitive root; to shear:--X only, poll. Compare 'kircem' (kircem).

(3698) kuccemeth [koos-seh'-meth]

from 'kacam' (kacam); spelt (from its bristliness as if just shorn):--fitches, rie.

(3699) kacac [kaw-sas']

a primitive root; to estimate:--make count.

(3700) kacaph [kaw-saf']

a primitive root; properly, to become pale, i.e. (by implication) to pine after; also to fear:--(have) desire, be greedy, long, sore.

(3701) keceph [keh'-sef]

from 'kacaph' (kacaph); silver (from its pale color); by implication, money:--money, price, silver(-ling).

(3702) kcaph [kes-af']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'keceph' (keceph):--money, silver.

(3703) Kaciphya' [kaw-sif-yaw']

perhaps from 'keceph' (keceph); silvery; Casiphja, a place in Bab.:--Casiphia.

(3704) keceth [keh'-seth]

from 'kacah' (kacah); a cushion or pillow (as covering a seat or bed):--pillow.

(3705) k`an [keh-an']

(Aramaic) probably from 'ken' (ken); now:--now.

(3706) k`eneth [keh-eh'-neth]

(Aramaic) or kaeth (Aramaic) {keh-eth'}; feminine of 'k`an' (k`an); thus (only in the formula "and so forth"):--at such a time.

(3707) ka`ac [kaw-as']

a primitive root; to trouble; by implication, to grieve, rage, be indignant:--be angry, be grieved, take indignation, provoke (to anger, unto wrath), have sorrow, vex, be wroth.

(3708) ka`ac [kah'-as]

or (in Job) kaoas {kah'-as}; from 'ka`ac' (ka`ac); vexation: -anger, angry, grief, indignation, provocation, provoking, X sore, sorrow, spite, wrath.

(3709) kaph [kaf]

from 'kaphaph' (kaphaph); the hollow hand or palm (so of the paw of an animal, of the sole, and even of the bowl of a dish or sling, the handle of a bolt, the leaves of a palm-tree); figuratively, power:--branch, + foot, hand((-ful), -dle, (-led)), hollow, middle, palm, paw, power, sole, spoon.

(3710) keph [kafe]

from 'kaphaph' (kaphaph); a hollow rock:--rock.

(3711) kaphah [kaw-faw']

a primitive root; properly, to bend, i.e. (figuratively) to tame or subdue:--pacify.